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tfc News FOP Everybody" NvilliviM •.ddlciu* |urar in ntb mnttiafri Binn bound loiwnr to lh OoimM ol no Maatar. <** %  < W VOL. XIII NMMU N.P.. Be.ha.ir>*>. FRIDAY September 22. HI* No. 2fc4 L. oil.KKKT OUH oil. Mitt* mil I'roprittor. Or" KICK: Corner Shirley & Charlotte M ..(.-.in, .V. /'., liahainat %  I'llUNK H*) l\ 0. HOX MS. PUBl-ISHr.I) DAILY RATES Moii'lay. VVeJucvuty un.1 Friday— Stogie copy J.I tuevdj), anl I liursday single copy ii li)ni/v ineu( iti-.ri lion-. \ilvi(i>ciiiri.(s umler eiylil one-. 4.-.. THE BAND CONCERTNo rain threatened to fall last night. Tlius a verv pood number took advantage of the hot still niglit to listen to the rendering of a good pro gramme. Items one, throe and five were very well received and the Twostepand the Rag were of course popular. W are glad to note that interest in these concerts keeps up .w*ll, and we trust the Hand will feel encouraged in its good work. The time for closing Mails to be despatched per 'Fran ces l';."*^xtcn led to Satur d : iy (to^rorrow) at i.p.m. The Ward Line.S.S. "Esper anza" sailed from New York at 5.p.m. yesterday with 42 passengers and 48 packages for Nassau. THE "KULTURED" COLONEL An officer who had just re turned from Moutauban told me of a German colonel who had been made prisoner. Witil most -pressing solictude for his own safety, he sofargol ahead of his guard as to pre sent himself at the mouth of one of the biggest and deep est dug outs recently Vfl rated by his countrymen. On living to enter, however, he was stopped by a medical officer, who told him that this shelter was dedicated entirely Telegrams September 22, 1916 London: —Field Marshal Voin Mackeusens advamc through Roumanian province ofDubrudJN lias been checked by Roumanians and Russians heavily reinforced i" strong |y fortified positions. I'll.British as well as the French have been subjected to heavy attacks by Germans on the Somme front. Contin uous assaults were repulsed by New Zen landers south of rVncre River, the Germans losing heavily. Petrograd announcesoffen sive movement by the Ger mans along the Stokhod in Volhynia southeast of Kovel the attacks were repulsed. Turkish troops have ap peared on the Riga front led by German and Austrian of ficers and with German equip ment. Paris:—It is reported that a revolution has taken place in the Greek island of Crete where the revolutionists have proclaimed a provisional government. New York: — It is announc ed that arbitration in the street car strike will be en forced by the state board. Several passengers were in jured today by missiles thrown from housetops at elevated trains. Ottawa, Canada:—In Mon day and Tuesdays armoured car operations on the Somme front the Canadian casualties were 400 killed, 1.000 wound ed and 300 missing. Washington:—The official account of Villas raid on Chicliuahua City last Satur from General Bell as £1 Paso Texas, says that the bandit chief captured some Carran zn artillery sixteen automo bile loads of aims and am munition and liberated 200 prisoners from the penitent! nry. He was joined by 1500 Carranza soldiers. Tingarrison numbered 6.000 Villa made a speech from the balcony of the governors palace after capturing the federal buildings. On September 14th Villa sent a letter to General Trevino commanding at Chihuahua says that he would arrive at j p.m. Saturday to shake hands. General bell expresses the op inion that the raid was completely successful. Washington : Admiral Mayo re ports that a 12 inch pun on the battleship Michigan exploded yesterday during firing tests seriously injuring one man. HAVh YOUR OLD CHAIRS made new by having them RE-CANED Satisfaction guaranteed. Orders can be left at "IRIBUNE" Office or| Mrs. EMELIUS S. BETHEL Fowler's Lane, off Doweswell StRubber Over Sboes at the BIG 4 Shoe Store Warm and dry feet ensures health. G. T. KNOVVLES, PROP. Sept. :oth, 19(6. New Bicycle Tyres For Sale We put them on for you free of charge. 'In stock a fine assortment of other bicycle accessories. BRUCE JOHNSON Advertise in The Tribune. FOR SALE "Peerless" 7 passenger MOTOR CAR A good investment for any one who contemplates rent ing car during the winter months. To be sold at a moderate price. Apply to WALTER K. MOORE I


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Title: The Tribune.
Uniform Title: Tribune. (Nassau, Bahamas).
Alternate Title: Nassau tribune
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Tribune
Publication Date: Friday, September 22, 1916
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General Note: Description based on: Vol. 79, no. 210 (Aug. 3, 1983); title from caption.
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News Fop Everybody"
*
NvilliviM .ddlciu* |urar in ntb mnttiafri
Binn bound loiwnr to lh OoimM ol no Maatar.
<**< W
VOL. XIII
Nmmu N.P.. Be.ha.ir>*>. FRIDAY September 22. HI*
No. 2fc4
L. oil.KKKT OUH oil.
Mitt* mil I'roprittor.
Or" KICK:
Corner Shirley & Charlotte M
..(.-.in, .V. /'., liahainat
I'llUNK H*) l\ 0. HOX MS.
PUBl-ISHr.I) DAILY
RATES
Moii'lay. VVeJucvuty un.1 Friday
- Stogie copy ......... J.I
tuevdj), anl I liursday single copy i Mlutilay single copy ... i Jd
Wrrbly ............ 5,|
Mo.iihly ...........is. twl
'Jii.nl.-ilv........ .. is, |
Hi.IIY.miIv.. .....os.
Nnrll ..........Igs
I'AYAItl.K IN ADVANCK
Mverluiiig KtttOi "m* iienc |erlme
fc>i li) S iiv lot >ni/v ineu( iti-.ri lion-.
\ilvi(i>ciiiri.(s umler eiylil one-. 4.-..
THE BAND CONCERT-
No rain threatened to fall
last night. Tlius a verv pood
number took advantage of
the hot still niglit to listen to
the rendering of a good pro
gramme. Items one, throe and
five were very well received
and the Twostepand the Rag
were of course popular. W
are glad to note that interest
in these concerts keeps up
.w*ll, and we trust the Hand
will feel encouraged in its
good work.
The time for closing Mails
to be despatched per 'Fran
ces l';."*^xtcn led to Satur
d:iy (to^rorrow) at i.p.m.
The Ward Line.S.S. "Esper
anza" sailed from New York
at 5.p.m. yesterday with 42
passengers and 48 packages
for Nassau.
The "Kultured"
Colonel
An officer who had just re
turned from Moutauban told
me of a German colonel who
had been made prisoner. Witil
most -pressing solictude for
his own safety, he sofargol
ahead of his guard as to pre
sent himself at the mouth of
one of the biggest and deep
est dug outs recently Vfl
rated by his countrymen. On
living to enter, however, he
was stopped by a medical
officer, who told him that this
shelter was dedicated entirely
Telegrams
September 22, 1916
London: Field Marshal
Voin Mackeusens advamc
through Roumanian province
ofDubrudJN lias been checked
by Roumanians and Russians
heavily reinforced i" strong
|y fortified positions.
I'll.- British as well as the
French have been subjected
to heavy attacks by Germans
on the Somme front. Contin
uous assaults were repulsed
by New Zen landers south of
rVncre River, the Germans
losing heavily.
Petrograd announcesoffen
sive movement by the Ger
mans along the Stokhod in
Volhynia southeast of Kovel
the attacks were repulsed.
Turkish troops have ap
peared on the Riga front led
by German and Austrian of
ficers and with German equip
ment.
Paris:It is reported that
a revolution has taken place
in the Greek island of Crete
where the revolutionists have
proclaimed a provisional
government.
New York: It is announc
ed that arbitration in the
street car strike will be en
forced by the state board.
Several passengers were in
jured today by missiles
thrown from housetops at
elevated trains.
Ottawa, Canada:In Mon
day and Tuesdays armoured
car operations on the Somme
front the Canadian casualties
were 400 killed, 1.000 wound
ed and 300 missing.
Washington:The official
account of Villas raid on
Chicliuahua City last Satur
from General Bell as 1 Paso
Texas, says that the bandit
chief captured some Carran
zn artillery sixteen automo
bile loads of aims and am
munition and liberated 200
prisoners from the penitent!
nry. He was joined by 1500
Carranza soldiers.
Tin- garrison numbered 6.000
Villa made a speech from the
balcony of the governors pal-
ace after capturing the federal
buildings.
On September 14th Villa sent
a letter to General Trevino
commanding at Chihuahua says
that he would arrive at j p.m.
Saturday to shake hands.
General bell expresses the op
inion that the raid was com-
pletely successful.
Washington : Admiral Mayo re
ports that a 12 inch pun on the
battleship Michigan exploded
yesterday during firing tests se-
riously injuring one man.
HAVh
Your Old Chairs
made new by having them
RE-CANED
Satisfaction guaranteed.
Orders can be left at
"IRIBUNE" Office
or|
Mrs. EMELIUS S. BETHEL
Fowler's Lane,
off Doweswell St-
Rubber Over Sboes
at the
BIG 4 Shoe Store
Warm and dry feet
ensures health.
G. T. KNOVVLES,
Prop.
Sept. :oth, 19(6.
New Bicycle Tyres
For Sale
We put them on for you free
of charge.
'In stock a fine assortment of
other bicycle accessories.
BRUCE JOHNSON
Advertise in
The Tribune.
FOR SALE
"Peerless" 7 passenger
MOTOR CAR
A good investment for any
one who contemplates rent
ing car during the winter
months.
To be sold at a moderate
price.
Apply to
WALTER K. MOORE
I


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< .' .. ..
HeatEat
It's Great
Royal Scarlet Beef
Stew
6d. per tin
For Washing up. after
Kirkman's Borax
Soap
12oz. for 3d.
At The New York House
Imperial West Indian
Assurance Association,
IIM I TED.
Authorized Capital 5,000
--------------------------LOW RATES FOR----------------
WEEKLY SICK & ACCIDENT BFNEFITS
and LIFE INSURANCE
Prompt and Satisfactory Adjustments of Claims.
S3
Home Office:- 264 Bay Street, Nassau.
summammammmmma^mmmmmmtmmtmm
Phone Srl4
East Bay St.
Chas. E. Bethel 1
'Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
Ales
Wines
MM
THE AGILITY
and prodigious leaping powers of the Kangaroo arc
famed all the world over. Its agility, however, is
excelled by the ease and quickness with which
Sunlight Soap expels dirt
from the clothes in the wash.
SUNLIGHT
SOAP
enjoys well-earned and world-
wide distinction as a Soap of
the first quality. Its reputation
is maintained by the iooo
Guarantee of Purity given
with every bar, and by the
good report of millions of
housewives who use it daily.
WHY NOT TRY IT.
DRINK--
Welch's Grape juice.
PRICES
Quaste, 2s. 3d. each.
Pints, Is. 4d.t "
15s. per do/..
i Pints, 9d.
8s. 8d. pei dot.
i Pints, 5d.
4 A BLACK S 222 Bay St.
and The Nassau Candy Kitchen
Opp. Hotel Colonial.
.. ... The Tribune
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