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m* —— DELANCY TOWN HEAD QUARTERS HAS FOR SALE \A/ H I T E SUGAR 4 Jd.. v Peaches and Pears is.id. a tin, English Jams, lib. atgd. Vinigar as. 6d per doz. bottles, have you tried my Oleomargarine from Armour & Co. only is. 6d. per lb. 35s. for 251b. tin. (not salt) All English Soaps have advanced in prices, but in spite of this I am offering Sunlight Soap at 3s. per doz. bars, Turkish Bath Soap 2s. qd. per do/., bars. Genuine Carbolic Soap 5s. 6d. per doz. bars (4 pieces to box) Life Buoy 3s. per doz. (two to box) lo"ts of other soap cheap by dozen bars. We have what no other shops have Shoe whiteing, clears and whitens at the same time, applied by a sponge in the bottle only6d. per bottle D.M. C.Silk 3d. per ball. Try mv id. Cigars better than the Allied 2d. Cigars. Try Them. MARTINAS BETHEL Prop. TELEPHONE 174. NOTICE. T HE BOARD OF AGRICULTURE under the Plants Protection Act 1916 is now prepared to spray citrus Orchards or Trees. Early applications to the Acting Secretary will be attended to. There will be a small fee attached for such as can pay. nth October. BARGAINS BARGAINS AT ZACHARY TAYLORS STOKE 8-10 Ma.ket Street Under the distinguished patronage of His EXCELLENCY THE GOVERNOR AND LADY ALLARDYCE The Development Board will exhibit at Imperial Theatre October 19th at 8.30 p m. in aid of "Our Day" RED CROSS FUND The Film* used by the Submarine Film Corporation in the Advertising of Nassau under theircontract "Beautiful Nassau" "Empire Day in Nassau" "Departure of 3rd Contingent." All new to Nassau audiences. Interspersed with musical selections by well known artists. Box seats 3s. Orchestra seats 2s. Gallery is Seats reserved. pOLOURED Crepes and V^ Swiss 36 to 40 inches wide at onjy 6d. par yard. 12 hairpins in pkgs. for only a half penny. White Voiles and Swiss at only 6d. per yard. Don't miss this sale which begins Monday morning. Oct 5th. 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 NOTICE. BAHAMA ISLANDS A NY person whocan giveany %  < information as to the whereabouts of Charles Beason or of Richard Fernunder both formerly of this Island of New Providence and who are believed to have left the Colony many years ago, viz: Charles Beacon about 50 years ago and Richard Fernander about 30 years ago, is requested to com municate with the Attorney General without delay. Richard Fernander is alleged to be an illegitimate son of the late Henry Fernander of New Providence in respect of whose property, escheat proceedings are about to be commenced in the Supreme Court. KENNETH SOLOMON, Acting Attorney General, ant September, 1916. Highest prices :paifi ftff Crape Fruit Call and See Theo. P. Knowles Co. at 376 Bay $c. Heat—Eat 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 Bicycles for Sale. Hire and Repaired. Don't grope in the dark—turn night into day. Large stock of high grade Electric Flashlights, batteries and bulbi. W, A. WEEKS 504 East Bay St.



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%  * — — ~vit "News FOP Everybody" fitatne Nulllua tvddit-ma |urr In varba, mrvwlatrl Balng bound to iwior to tha Doma ol no Mailar. •-. VOL. XIII NajN. N. P.. B*.hm*. WDENESDAY October II. 1916 SS4 L. OICBBRT DUPUCH. Editor and fropriitor. OFFICK: Corner Shirley & Churlotta Sis Na$3au, N. P., Bakamat PHONE 2B0. P. 0. BOX 183. PUBLISHED DAILY RATES Neon.lay, Wednesday ami Friday— %  ingle copy Tuasdajr, an'l Thursday—tingle copy id ^rwrday—single copy i|d Weekly Id Monthly u 6.1 LKiarterly .. 41. Half Yearly 9 5. VearlT ... lfc 6d •AYABI.K IN AUVANOK rertltuig Rates : -M pence |>er line rfaHt insertion; three pence per line Bond insertion : ai..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: Wednesday, October 11, 1916
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Spatial Coverage: Bahamas
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"News Fop Everybody"
fitatne
Nulllua tvddit-ma |urr In varba, mrvwlatrl
Balng bound to iwior to tha Doma ol no Mailar.
-.
VOL. XIII
NajN. N. P.. B*.hm*. WDENESDAY October II. 1916
SS4
l. oICbbrt dupuch.
Editor and fropriitor.
OFFICK:
Corner Shirley & Churlotta Sis
Na$3au, N. P., Bakamat
PHONE 2B0. P. 0. BOX 183.
PUBLISHED DAILY
RATES
Neon.lay, Wednesday ami Friday
ingle copy ......... Tuasdajr, an'l Thursdaytingle copy
id
^rwrdaysingle copy i|d
Weekly ............ Id
Monthly ............u. 6.1
LKiarterly........ .. 41. Half Yearly............95. VearlT ......... ... lfc 6d


AYABI.K IN AUVANOK
rertltuig Rates : -M pence |>er line
rfaHt insertion; three pence per line
Bond insertion : ai..i tie loc subequeut iiitertinns.
Adyerti*emiiU under eixht lines 4s.
The Ward Line S. S. "Es-
peranza" is expected to ar-
rive from Havana about 10
o'clock tonight and will sail
on schedule time tomorrow
Telegrams
STORM
Washington, iotb:Tht
tropical disturbance this
morning was apparently cen
tral a short distance north
east ofPorto Rico and prob-
ably recurving to the north
ward.
October nth, 1916.
London:Successful raids were
made on German trenches in the
neighbourhood of Neuville St.
Vaast and Loot.
The Brimh forces which crossed
the Struma River from the eastern
end of the Macedonian front have
extended their position to the north
and south occupying several more
tillages.
Paris:Increased activity south
of the River Somme may be the
prelude to another blow below the
river. The centre of activity is be-
tweeen Denie and Lidonn.
London: Although the great
battles in Volhyma and Galicia
are continuing feiociously Petro-
grad reports that nothing of im-
portance liis occurrd. IJerlin is
equally reticent.
Bulgaria acknowledges thai the
Serbians have foiced a passage of
the 1 i-ina River in Greek Mace-
donia.
Former Premier Veneielos and
other members of the provisional
government have gone to Saloniki
where the Greek revolution began.
There is no indication of Greece's
immediate departure from her poli
cy of neutrality.
Copenhagen:The Danish sub-
marine Dykkeran was sunk yester-
day after collision with a Norwe-
gian steamer. The submarine was
brought to the surface and five or
six of the crew rescued. Lieutenant
Commander Christiansen was
found dead in the conning tower.
Christiana:A Russian torpedo
boat yesterday sunk two German
submarines after they had attacked
the Russian station on the Mur-
man coast. Several peisons were
killed by the submarines fires.
Washington. The United
States has refused to accept the
contention nf the Entente Allies
that neutrals should deny the
use of their harbours to all sub
marines whether merchant or
warships.
New York:There is no news of
further raids by the German sub-
marines ofl the American coast.
Nothing has yet been heard of the
crew of the British steamer Kings-
ton which left the ship before she
was sunk by a submarine.
:o:
ioth October, 1916.
Bucharest, 8:In the facs
of far superior numbers,
mainly Germans, the Rou-
manian troops from Her-
manstadt to Kronstad-Bras-
so hart been withdrawn to
the Carpathian frontier ac-
cording to the official com-
munication from Roumanian I along. All he said was, "Oh
headquarters to insure better' 1 here must be a war on after
defence of the frontier passes, all, 1 suppose"
London, 8:The British
have captured all of the
town of LeSars and also
made gains north and north-
east of Courcellette and
southwest of Gaudecourt.
The Germans have re-cap-
tured from the British tren
dies that had been taken
from them in the region of
Les Bouef.
With the French Armies
in France, 8:The Entente
Allies offensive north of the
Somme has been continued
with such rapidity that no
opportunity has arisen to
clear the battlefield of the
dead.
The correspondent of the
Associated Press was enabled
to watch the French troops
whengoingSaturday to make
fresh spring forward. Tin
result of this was the capture
of territory over a kilometer
in depth and six kilometer
front which gave them a
commanding position in the
vicinity of Sailly Saillesel
and at the same time posses
sion of the Bapaume road.
Immediately behind the
new li ie evidences abounded
of the severity of the fighting
Dozens of dead Germans lie
in the trenches, tons of mili-
tary accoutrements, rifles and
steel helmets were scattered
everywhere.
:o:
Like Knights of Old-
You see our chaps f< It the
honour of the New Army w is
at stake, and its repul I
all to make. We'd told DO
what the Bodie newspapers
said about 'em, how Kite lrTi-
er's men didn't count lerious
ly, and all that, and they
went into the scrap like
knights of the olden time
with the ladies lookin' on,
vou know, as though theNew
[ttrmy would stand or fall in
history according as each
singleoneof 'em carried him
self in thisshow. You could'
nt check 'em; nothing was
too bad for 'em; and 1 give
you my word, nothing you
can possibly say will be too
good for 'em.An Officer.
The spirit of our boys was
splendid. They simply loved
the fun. One of them got
blown up by a shell. He
seemed pretty dazed, but he
picked himself up and came
Bahamas
Chamber of Commerce
OUR DAY'Oct. 19
Red Cross Fund
W. C. B. Johnson, Esq., Pfl I
Hon. J. R. C. Young, Treas.
Committee:
Chas. E. Albury, Esq.
Arthur B. Sutton, Esq.
R. W. Sawyer, Esq.
Contributions of Money,
Produce, Sisal, etc. will
received at Office of the
Chamber in Masonic Build-
ing by
Chas. J. Abbott,
Secy, to Committee


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DELANCY TOWN
HEAD QUARTERS
HAS FOR SALE
\A/ H I T E SUGAR 4Jd..
" v Peaches and Pears is.id.
a tin, English Jams, lib. atgd.
Vinigar as. 6d per doz. bottles,
have you tried my Oleomar-
garine from Armour & Co. only
is. 6d. per lb. 35s. for 251b. tin.
(not salt) All English Soaps
have advanced in prices, but in
spite of this I am offering Sun-
light Soap at 3s. per doz. bars,
Turkish Bath Soap 2s. qd. per
do/., bars. Genuine Carbolic
Soap 5s. 6d. per doz. bars (4
pieces to box) Life Buoy 3s.
per doz. (two to box) lo"ts of
other soap cheap by dozen bars.
We have what no other shops
have Shoe whiteing, clears and
whitens at the same time, ap-
plied by a sponge in the bottle
only6d. per bottle D.M. C.Silk
3d. per ball. Try mv id. Cigars
better than the Allied 2d. Cig-
ars. Try Them.
MARTINAS BETHEL Prop.
Telephone 174.
NOTICE.
THE BOARD OF AGRI-
CULTURE under the
Plants Protection Act 1916
is now prepared to spray cit-
rus Orchards or Trees. Early
applications to the Acting
Secretary will be attended
to. There will be a small fee
attached for such as can pay.
nth October.
BARGAINS
BARGAINS
At Zachary Taylors
STOKE
8-10 Ma.ket Street
Under the distinguished
patronage of
His Excellency the
Governor
and Lady Allardyce
The Development Board will
exhibit at
Imperial Theatre
October 19th at 8.30 p m.
in aid of
"Our Day"
RED CROSS FUND
The Film* used by the Sub-
marine Film Corporation in
the Advertising of Nassau
under theircontract "Beauti-
ful Nassau" "Empire Day
in Nassau" "Departure of
3rd Contingent." All new to
Nassau audiences. Intersper-
sed with musical selections
by well known artists.
Box seats 3s.
Orchestra seats 2s. Gallery is
Seats reserved.
pOLOURED Crepes and
V^ Swiss 36 to 40 inches
wide at onjy 6d. par yard.
12 hairpins in pkgs. for only
a half penny. White Voiles
and Swiss at only 6d. per
yard. Don't miss this sale
which begins Monday morn-
ing.
Oct 5th.
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
NOTICE.
BAHAMA ISLANDS
A NY person whocan giveany
< information as to the
whereabouts of Charles Beason
or of Richard Fernunder both
formerly of this Island of New
Providence and who are believ-
ed to have left the Colony ma-
ny years ago, viz: Charles
Beacon about 50 years ago and
Richard Fernander about 30
years ago, is requested to com
municate with the Attorney
General without delay. Richard
Fernander is alleged to be an
illegitimate son of the late
Henry Fernander of New Prov-
idence in respect of whose prop-
erty, escheat proceedings are
about to be commenced in the
Supreme Court.
KENNETH SOLOMON,
Acting Attorney General,
ant September, 1916.
Highest prices :paifi ftff
Crape Fruit
Call and See
Theo. P. Knowles Co.
at 376 Bay $c.
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
Bicycles for Sale.
Hire and Repaired.
Don't grope in the darkturn night into day. Large
stock of high grade Electric Flashlights, batteries and bulbi.
W, A. WEEKS 504 East Bay St.


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