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. VIA KKYWEST. Paris:-The Town of Combles has been captured by the Anglo l-reuch Tnil is '.he most bril liant and important victory of the Somme offensive. The bat ties norili of the Somme are all going in favour of the Entente Allies. The French also ad vanced further north after cap turing Fregicourt and along liethune Road. A vast stockof munitionsand provisions was captured at Combles, and the town was fill ed with German dead. London:—Bombs were dropp ed last night by half a dozen Zeppelins over northern coun ties. 36 persons were killed and 27 injured. Paris:—The Germans last night attacked the French lines at Verdun driving in between Thiamont Work and Fleury. French guns were effective in checking the assault. Berlin:—Entente advances were made on the Somme front along a line from Gaudecourt to Bouchavosnes a distance of six and one half miles including the town of Combles. The Entente extended from the Ancre to the Somme but were repulsed elsewhere. The Roumanians forced their way again in Zurduk and Vulcan passes. The Germans withdrew after repulsing all attacks. In Galicia the Russians under took a violent offensive near Manajoa but met with heavy losses and failed in theirobject. In Macedonia the Bulgarian* are violently attacking in efforts to stop Entente advances. L f a /'S—It is reported that tha chief of staff of Greeks army has resigned. The revolutionary' movement is reported to be spreading in Greek Macedonia, Crete, Aegean Islands and Epirus. r Madrid:-The Spanish gov trnmenthas protested to Germany against the torpedoing of Spanish vessels. El Paso, Texas:—Wholesale executions are taking place in Chihuahua Mexico following ft!. ""P* Vi attack. 500 Vt la adherents have been exe cuted. Villa and two hundred men are moving north towards the American expeditionary force according to reliable sources. J. G. Coakley's Flake Tobacco. This Tobacco made express ly for J # C. Coakley Long leaf, Fine flavor and aroma. Keeps hard and firm. Made to catch the trade of those who know what good tobacco is and have got tired, of some of the old brands that have gone bad. Give it a trial and you will enjoy smoking like you used to. Prices 6Jd. per flake—3 dozen flakes at od. per flake. Satisfaction guaranteed 01 mom y refunded. Just a hint— The Allies" id. Cigars are the best ever, and still at the front and good to the end. J. C. COAKLEY, 304 Bay Si Bicycles for Sale, Hire and 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. Appjy to WAL1ER K. MOORE Notice Duke Street, Nt.9. Nassau, N. P. A T a regular meeting of the Miami Industrial Mutual Benefit and Saving's Association held Wad. Sept. 6, 1916. H. S. Bragg, Preiident Presiding; the charge of Supt. S. H. Tinker; Collector Stephen A. Cobbamjwas heard and after a thorough investigation, we the executive Officers have sus tainad the dismissal of Stephen A. Cobbam, by the Supt. S. H. Tinker. Signed, H.S. BRAGG, Pres. T.J.GRAPP, Director J. R. KNOWLES, State Agent &• Chairman. Aug. 18th, 1916 Advertise in The Tribune. Don't grope in the dark—turn nigh stock of high grade Electric Flashlights, W. A. WEEKS t into day. Large batteries and bulbs. 504 East Bay St. Heat—Eat It's Great Royal Scarlet Beef Stew 6d. pep tin For Washing up, after Kirkman's Borax Soap 12oz. fop 3d. At The New York House Phone 214 East Bay St. Chas. E. Bethel. Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Ales Wines m Spirits 1



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tt News FOP Evepybo dy" ibtttw Nulllvie e.ddlctiie (urare in varbe, mfkHlatrt Being bound to a wen. r to the Dogmata of no Master. 1 MToTT i % % %  %  VOL. XIII NaMiu N.P.. Bo.ha.mae. WEDNESDAY September 27.1916 N*. 272 L. (JILBKRT DUPUCI1, Editor ind Proprietor. OKPIOK: •rner Shirley & Charlotte St* Nauau, N. P., Hahamai PHONIC a P. O. BOX 163. PUBLISHED DAILY RATES I Monday, Wednesday and Friday— single copy |d Tuesday, and Thursday—single copy id Saturday -single cony ... i Id Weald* 5.I Monthly i s. 6.1 Quarterly ... p. 6d flair" llfYeailv Tsa.ly ft. PAVARLK IN AOVANCK 1 k-aralaiiig Rates :—->ix pence |t line : latt insertion; three pence per line r second, instttion ; and clhepenny prr M for sub^quent insertions. IvtrtUerneiits under eight lines p. • We are sorry to learn that Mr. VV. Maura, Sr. was run into *and siightly hurt by a bycycle last night. The rider had no A> light, neither did he have a bell. We notice quite frequent' ly that the police ride without y light—bad example 1 —:o:— The Police Band will give a Concert on the Library Green tomorrow evening at 8 15. DIED. At Castle Island Light Station on the 6th init after a short illness of nine days, Muriel, laughter of William and Letina Bethell of Governor's Har hour, Eleuthera. .: R. I. P. Telegrams y September aGth, 1916. London, 24:—On the battle ground in France, aside from the repulse of local attacks both by the Allies and German, violent artillery duels have predominated. In Galicin a Russian attack on the upper reaches of the Dneistfr resulted in a general engagement. Northof Zborow the attackers succeeded in entering the trenches ol the Teutons but later, accord ing to both Berlinand Vienna, were driven out suffering sanguinary losses, and leav ing 700 prisoners and 7 machine guns. Petrograd how ever says that in this region the Russians took prisoners 1500 Austrians and Germans. In the Carpathians several positions recctly taken by lie Russians have been re-cap turedbyth Teutons. In Roumania fighting has died down somewhat in Dobrudja region, while on the Transylvania front an attack by the Roumanians on the Vulcan Pass, which was re pulsed, is the only engage ment reported. British troops fighting along the Struma have cross ed the river at three fpoints and taken the town of Jen mita from the Bulgarians, while the Serbians have made additional progress north west of Kamailkalon, and the French, to the northwest of Fiorina. Sofia reports the capture by the Bulgarians of a mountain crest south of the village of Popla. The usual artillery bom bardments and isolated artil lery engagements have taken place on the Austro-Italian front. Violent Austrian at tacks in the Carse region failed, according to Rome, but the Italian war office ad mits the blowing up of a part of Mount Cimone by an Aus trian mine and the relinquish ment of the position by the Italians. Vienna says that 247 prisoners fell into the hands of the Austrians as a result of these operations and that an entire Italian company was buried in the explosion. Aerial activity in which two Zeppelins were brought down and more than two score of Germans, French and British aeroplanes mat with disaster in fights in the air forms the chief news of the war there having been no land battle of great proportions or startling results in any of the various theatres. London, 24: —Of the 12 big ,Zeppelins which invaded the British Isles last night to deal death and destrucrion from the skies two today lay stark and black masses of steel and aluminum in the little village of Mangold, Essex County. They fell victims of anti-air craft defenses of London and outlying districts. One came down a flaming torch as did ZeppelinL.21 destroyed three weeks ago, while the second disabled by gunfire effected a landing which saved the lives of the crew who tonight are prisoners in Fngland. The crew of the first raider died in the consuming flames of theirown ship,but they were not so terribly charred as their predecessors. London, 24:—Notwithstand ing the wall nigh total darkness of the nights and the numberof wounded seen upon the streets of London life is not without its lighter shades even in these crucial days of the great war. One reason for this is that the wounded soldiers are about the most cheerful lot London has ever known. Most of thfse en countered along the Strand in Picadilly and other promenades of the West End are from Can ada, Australia and New Zea land. The wounded English Tommies are more often found in the suburbs in the neighbour hood of his own home. New York, 24:—While sever al unions lepresenting various trades met today and dicussed plans for the threatened suspen %  ion of work Wednesday active picketing of the transit lines, which have been declared un fair by organized labour, was begun by thousands of men and women. There was little dis order. 27th September, 1916. VIA JAMAICA Paris.—On the right bank of the Meuse we easily repulsed German attacks yesterday. London:— British monitors and destroyers bombarded the Belgian coast on Sunday. South of the Ancre British troops attacked on Monday and have everywhere been successful. Enemy positions were stormed on a six mile front between Combles andMartinquich to a depth of over a mile. The strongly fortified villages of Morval and Zesbeeufsand several lines of trenches are in our hands. All are of great military importance to us. Heavy losses were inflicted on the enemy while our loss comparatively small in comparison with the results achieved Successes are reported in Dobrudja, 2 000 enemy prisoners having been taken. A despatch from Saloniki reports that the Allies have start ed a vigorous offensive. The Russians have captured an im portant position. The French advanced and have captured Petorak and the Serbians have crossed the frontier north of Krusograd. Rome:-— Italian troops ha\taken high mountain positions on the Trentino front. I


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tt
News Fop Evepybo dy"
ibtttw
Nulllvie e.ddlctiie (urare in varbe, mfkHlatrt
Being bound to a wen. r to the Dogmata of no Master.
1
MToTT i
VOL. XIII
NaMiu N.P.. Bo.ha.mae. WEDNESDAY September 27.1916
N*. 272
L. (JILBKRT DUPUCI1,
Editor ind Proprietor.
OKPIOK:
rner Shirley & Charlotte St*
Nauau, N. P., Hahamai
PHONIC a P. O. BOX 163.
PUBLISHED DAILY
RATES
I Monday, Wednesday and Friday
single copy......... |d
Tuesday, and Thursdaysingle copy id
Saturday -single cony ... i Id
Weald* ............ 5.I
Monthly ............is. 6.1
Quarterly........ ... p. 6d
flair"
llfYeailv
Tsa.ly
ft.
PAVARLK IN AOVANCK
1
k-aralaiiig Rates :->ix pence |t line
: latt insertion; three pence per line
r second, instttion ; and clhepenny prr
M for sub^quent insertions.
IvtrtUerneiits under eight lines p.
We are sorry to learn that
Mr. VV. Maura, Sr. was run into
*and siightly hurt by a bycycle
last night. The rider had no
a> light, neither did he have a
' bell. We notice quite frequent-
' ly that the police ride without
y lightbad example 1
:o:
The Police Band will give a
Concert on the Library Green
tomorrow evening at 8 15.
DIED.
At Castle Island Light Station
on the 6th init after a short ill-
ness of nine days, Muriel,
laughter of William and Leti-
na Bethell of Governor's Har
hour, Eleuthera.
.: R. I. P.
Telegrams
y September aGth, 1916.
London, 24:On the battle
ground in France, aside from
the repulse of local attacks
both by the Allies and Ger-
man, violent artillery duels
have predominated.
In Galicin a Russian attack
on the upper reaches of the
Dneistfr resulted in a general
engagement. Northof Zbo-
row the attackers succeeded
in entering the trenches ol
the Teutons but later, accord
ing to both Berlinand Vien-
na, were driven out suffering
sanguinary losses, and leav
ing 700 prisoners and 7 ma-
chine guns. Petrograd how
ever says that in this region
the Russians took prisoners
1500 Austrians and Germans.
In the Carpathians several
positions recctly taken by
lie Russians have been re-cap
turedbyth Teutons.
In Roumania fighting has
died down somewhat in Do-
brudja region, while on the
Transylvania front an attack
by the Roumanians on the
Vulcan Pass, which was re
pulsed, is the only engage
ment reported.
British troops fighting
along the Struma have cross
ed the river at three fpoints
and taken the town of Jen
mita from the Bulgarians,
while the Serbians have made
additional progress north
west of Kamailkalon, and the
French, to the northwest of
Fiorina.
Sofia reports the capture by
the Bulgarians of a mountain
crest south of the village of
Popla.
The usual artillery bom
bardments and isolated artil
lery engagements have taken
place on the Austro-Italian
front. Violent Austrian at
tacks in the Carse region
failed, according to Rome,
but the Italian war office ad
mits the blowing up of a part
of Mount Cimone by an Aus
trian mine and the relinquish
ment of the position by the
Italians. Vienna says that 247
prisoners fell into the hands
of the Austrians as a result of
these operations and that an
entire Italian company was
buried in the explosion.
Aerial activity in which
two Zeppelins were brought
down and more than two
score of Germans, French and
British aeroplanes mat with
disaster in fights in the air
forms the chief news of the
war there having been no
land battle of great propor-
tions or startling results in
any of the various theatres.
London, 24: Of the 12 big
,Zeppelins which invaded the
British Isles last night to deal
death and destrucrion from
the skies two today lay stark
and black masses of steel and
aluminum in the little village
of Mangold, Essex County.
They fell victims of anti-air
craft defenses of London and
outlying districts. One came
down a flaming torch as did
ZeppelinL.21 destroyed three
weeks ago, while the second
disabled by gunfire effected
a landing which saved the
lives of the crew who tonight
are prisoners in Fngland. The
crew of the first raider died
in the consuming flames of
theirown ship,but they were
not so terribly charred as
their predecessors.
London, 24:Notwithstand
ing the wall nigh total darkness
of the nights and the numberof
wounded seen upon the streets
of London life is not without
its lighter shades even in these
crucial days of the great war.
One reason for this is that the
wounded soldiers are about the
most cheerful lot London has
ever known. Most of thfse en
countered along the Strand in
Picadilly and other promenades
of the West End are from Can
ada, Australia and New Zea
land. The wounded English
Tommies are more often found
in the suburbs in the neighbour
hood of his own home.
New York, 24:While sever
al unions lepresenting various
trades met today and dicussed
plans for the threatened suspen
ion of work Wednesday active
picketing of the transit lines,
which have been declared un
fair by organized labour, was
begun by thousands of men and
women. There was little dis
order.
27th September, 1916.
Via Jamaica
Paris.On the right bank of
the Meuse we easily repulsed
German attacks yesterday.
London: British monitors
and destroyers bombarded the
Belgian coast on Sunday.
South of the Ancre British
troops attacked on Monday and
have everywhere been success-
ful. Enemy positions were
stormed on a six mile front be-
tween Combles andMartinquich
to a depth of over a mile. The
strongly fortified villages of
Morval and Zesbeeufsand seve-
ral lines of trenches are in our
hands. All are of great mili-
tary importance to us. Heavy
losses were inflicted on the
enemy while our loss compara-
tively small in comparison
with the results achieved
Successes are reported in Dob-
rudja, 2 000 enemy prisoners
having been taken.
A despatch from Saloniki re-
ports that the Allies have start
ed a vigorous offensive. The
Russians have captured an im
portant position. The French
advanced and have captured
Petorak and the Serbians have
crossed the frontier north of
Krusograd.
Rome:-Italian troops ha\-
taken high mountain positions
on the Trentino front.

I


.
Via kkyWest.
Paris:-The Town of Combles
has been captured by the Anglo
l-reuch Tnil is '.he most bril
liant and important victory of
the Somme offensive. The bat
ties norili of the Somme are all
going in favour of the Entente
Allies. The French also ad
vanced further north after cap
turing Fregicourt and along
liethune Road.
A vast stockof munitionsand
provisions was captured at
Combles, and the town was fill
ed with German dead.
London:Bombs were dropp
ed last night by half a dozen
Zeppelins over northern coun
ties. 36 persons were killed
and 27 injured.
Paris:The Germans last
night attacked the French lines
at Verdun driving in between
Thiamont Work and Fleury.
French guns were effective in
checking the assault.
Berlin:Entente advances
were made on the Somme front
along a line from Gaudecourt
to Bouchavosnes a distance of
six and one half miles including
the town of Combles. The En-
tente extended from the Ancre
to the Somme but were repulsed
elsewhere.
The Roumanians forced their
way again in Zurduk and Vulcan
passes. The Germans withdrew
after repulsing all attacks.
In Galicia the Russians under
took a violent offensive near
Manajoa but met with heavy
losses and failed in theirobject.
In Macedonia the Bulgarian*
are violently attacking in efforts
to stop Entente advances.
Lfa/'SIt is reported that tha
chief of staff of Greeks army has
resigned. The revolutionary'
movement is reported to be
spreading in Greek Macedonia,
Crete, Aegean Islands and Epi-
rus. r
Madrid:-The Spanish gov
trnmenthas protested to Ger-
many against the torpedoing of
Spanish vessels.
El Paso, Texas:Wholesale
executions are taking place in
Chihuahua Mexico following
ft!. ""P* Vi attack. 500
Vt la adherents have been exe
cuted.
Villa and two hundred men
are moving north towards the
American expeditionary force
according to reliable sources.
J. G. Coakley's
Flake Tobacco.
This Tobacco made express
ly for J# C. Coakley
Long leaf, Fine flavor and
aroma. Keeps hard and firm.
Made to catch the trade of
those who know what good
tobacco is and have got tired,
of some of the old brands that
have gone bad.
Give it a trial and you will
enjoy smoking like you used
to.
Prices 6Jd. per flake3
dozen flakes at od. per flake.
Satisfaction guaranteed 01
mom y refunded.
Just a hint" The Allies"
id. Cigars are the best ever,
and still at the front and good
to the end.
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304 Bay Si
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Hire and
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
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Appjy to
WAL1ER K. MOORE
Notice
Duke Street, Nt.9.
Nassau, N. P.
AT a regular meeting of the
Miami Industrial Mutual
Benefit and Saving's Associa-
tion held Wad. Sept. 6, 1916.
H. S. Bragg, Preiident Pre-
siding; the charge of Supt. S.
H. Tinker; Collector Stephen
A. Cobbamjwas heard and after
a thorough investigation, we
the executive Officers have sus
tainad the dismissal of Stephen
A. Cobbam, by the Supt. S. H.
Tinker.
Signed, H.S. BRAGG, Pres.
T.J.GRAPP, Director
J. R. KNOWLES,
State Agent & Chairman.
Aug. 18th, 1916
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