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**IIJ •—^f lllf m smm I.. lilLHKICI' IM.lMl.-M. 4 Editor ind Proprietor. i)!•>'. iv COIKOT ihlrlM A Churlcmo St Ati.. .0.1, if. r\, /ii/nim.%  'WJONK |. .). nOK Hi.[. JL PVUUjSltCD OAiLV HATES Mon.l.-iy. W..ii,-iay and Kn.lay — *uvf! OJJ.V jd I UB-a.iy, airl J lnir%lj> -angle C"py id it Kit ,v -ninafe cupy 1 J. 1 %  •no •••.•! no'e K)l lirM iriciti'>i>; llitw ,.e'.ur Day celebrations will be something worth while. Lots of people high and low, rich and poor, have been forking out, some by the guinea and some by the shilling. Soon Nassau and we truit, even the out-islands will be resplendent with the buttons. This will be welcomed all around as a sort of novelty for one of our War anniversaries We used flags before, and right pretty they have looked, but it is just as well to eh inge oil lo the buttons, for the sake of variety. And the best of it is that the buttonslast longer and can be even treasured as mementoes for generations. We are living in an epoch making time and should perservesome sou venirs which can be handed down to our grandchildren. —:o: — ANSWER TO CORRESPONDENT. We have received a communication signed John Yatmg, Annie Tlnnston and Laura Tynes at Cat Island-. As the publication of the news contained in the above letter might prove to be a contravention of the "Defence of lite Uealm Act" we regret we are unable to publish same. — :o:— Ladv Allardvce has asked us to state that she has received the sum of £b from the President yf the Circle of Kings Daughters and Willing Helpers, Mrs. Mary Robert*, for the benefit of the wounded soldiers and sailors of the Allies. The above amount is the outcome of 1 lie Grand Picnic on Monday last. It will be remembered that these same Willing ftelpers lately prepared lor trnnsmis sion to the British Red Cross half a hundred excellent walking sticks for the use of the wounded. —:o:— Owing to the entertainment to be given on "Our Day" at the Imperial Thea tre on Thursday evening the Police Hand concert will be given on Wednesday (tomorrow) at 8.15 p.m. Seats will be charged for at the rate of sixpence (6d.) each, the total proceeds of which vvill be given to the Red Cross Fund. —:o: — The motor vessel "Frances F." left Mimi, Fla. this morn ing for Nassau and is expect ed to arrive here tomorrow afternoon. She is bringing 39 bags of mail. "Your honour, I acknow ledge the reference of the op posing counsel to rjiy K ta y hair," said the lawyer quot ed by the Boston Transcript. "My hair is gray and it will continue tobe gray as long as I live. The hair of that gentle man is black and will con tinue to be black as long as he dyes." A lady was entertaining her daughter's caller, who was just back from a summer outing, relates the Christian llciald. The conversation had been somewhat spasmo die, and finally si e decided to try him on some of the new books, "Have you read 'freckles,' Mr. Johnson ?" she ventured. "No, ma'am," he stammered blushing, "mine are the brown kind.". *'A man is known by the company he keeps" as also u business is known by its acl vertising. Have you noticed wlmt a fine progressive lot of voting TAILORS we have now? don't they deserve a trial ? If not ready for your XJTISS or Winter suit yet, when ready, just look in The Tribune for their advertisements Telegrams October 16th, iql6. Chadtifly, France, 14:—"We now have tin-1 iei nuns by ihee.us and will continue 10 shake their heads til their brains raitle and they will be compelled to give in.'' %  his declaration vas made today by General EdotUTfd ( asislnaur, ehiej <>f rtaif oj all the French armies in the field to BfUMl and \mtncan wnt correspondents. "The great question at iMW7".b Cf>ht(hued." w.iwhether we should be th*slaves of the German-. We shall not be. We shall die on die battlefield but we shall never be slaves' 1 General Castelnaur bad just witnesied a review of the first infantry regiment after the regimental flag bad been decorated by (*i neial Joffre, Many of the office!• and men were personally decorated by General Jnffie, who embraced them. 1 London, 14:—Standing on their own frontier the Roumanian troops who recently invaded Transylvania are fighting desperately to prevent the forces of the Central Powers from entering Roumania. Russian reinforcements are being ruihed to their aid, and Bucharest announces that King Ferdinand will take the field at the head of his liaiassed troops. Berlin savs that in Eastern Transylvania and on the southern borders the AnstrO-German forces continues to progress against the invaders. ^ East of Cisk Szireda the advance had not yet halt**)iand west of the Vulcan Pass Roumanian attacks had been repulsed. Anglo-French attacks on the %  Somme have been repulsed by the troops of Crown Prince Rupiecht of Bavaria. Bejlin records the capture by Saxon reifirnents ot a portion of ^incos Wood no'th of Lhaulian with 800 prisoners. Berlin: — An official statement issued by the AuMro-Hungarian 'authorities charged viola'ion ot international law and atrocities against the Roumanian! in Iransyivania, accoidineto an Overs) is NewAgency de>psffcli. In I'ogaras a pooion >f the German and Hud" gaiiati population were rounded up by the Roumanians, dtiv*o to the banks of the Rival Alt and tliere forced into the water with knots. Roumanian loldiers stood on both hanks and drove those who tried 10 reach the bank back into the liver which at this point,in many metfia deap. Roumanian troops A ho participated in these atrocities ire -iid to Have been hopelessly intoxicated after collecting all the liquors in Fog iraa, I be commander of the 41I1 Roumanian division, General Simioi sen, had All of the valuabl fiiiniture icnived from the courtboUM at Fogaras and carried to the railway station from wherit was sent to bis home by rail. STORM Washington, 16:—The tropical disturbance this moining apparent ly wasrurving ove> the north portion of Yucatan Peninsula moving north or northwest and is s'ill of marked character. All Gulfshi|>pmg il advised lo take precautions. October 17th, 1916. London ifth, Governor Bahamas. Official News: —On the Somme [root there were no general British attcicks during the week. Our line advanced at various points and more prisoners were capturfd. The French made important advances Tuesday between FWny Chaulnes taking 1250 piisoneis. The attack was renewed on Saturday when an additional 1100 prisoners were capiured. Last night the French obtained a footing at S.iilly Sallisi-I where the fighting is proceeding. The Italians have resumed the attack on Caisn making progress and capturing some 8.000 prisoners. There is no change en the Russian front. 1 The Roumanians are retiring from Transylvania. (Signed) BONAR LAW. Via Jamaica. Ldtidon :—Official News 15th— North of the Stuff Redoubt two linos of enemy communication trenches were cleared for a dis



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. I The Tribune—Advertisements %  'I THE BAHHMAS CHAMBER OF COMMERCE. The business men of the City who promised, and also those who did not, are hereby reminded that* this is the wek when they should keep account of their sales and also all receipts. This applies to all, from the fisherman, to the Lady seller of fine laces and silks ; as it is hoped that all busiGirl Guides I nesses will carry out the sugAssisted by 200children from*g e stion, to give a percentage the Public Schools. jof the weeks sales to "OUR IN THE DAY" fund, for the relief of Barrack Grounds our sick and wounded soid0.1 the afternoon of ' Ild sailore ,n this tcrn *0R Our Day Under the distinguished patronage of His Exdellency the Governor and Lady Allardyce. A PAGEANT OF The Empire and our Allies. By Boy Scouts and Guides ble but rightous war. You will bet-ailed upon on Friday or as soon after as Grand, possible by a representative March, Music by the Police of the Chamber who will be Band. pleased to receive as large a October the 20th. PROGRAMME Tableaux, Songs, 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 ADMISSION Adults Children 6d. 3d. Tickets can be obtained from the Scouts or Girl Guides, and entrance fee will also be accepted at the Main Gate at the Barracks. All the chairs that it is possible to procure will be on the Grounds and an extra fee of 3d. will be charged for each seat. The entire proceeds are to be given to the Red Cross "Our Day" fund. There are above 40J000 people of my race in trie Bahamas, therefore why should I worry. Instead, I shall simply rtmain, Yours faithfully, DR. J.A.WRIGHT (Dentist.) 37 Market Street, Nassau, N. P. Office Hours : 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sundays, 9 to. 11 a.m. ICE T HE Bahamas Timber Co. befcs to draw attention of the public to the fact that ofey are now selling Ice at their Lumber Office on East St. City. Hours, 6 a.m. to 6 p.m. contribution as you can possibly make, bearing in mind that the object for which this fund is being raised calls for a real sacrifice on the part of every loyal British subject. Mo amount will be considered insignificant or too small. Pennies will make Pounds, so let every one do his or her best, and the result will be surprising. The Honorary Secretary, Hon. J. C. R. Young, will ac[ knowledge through the columns of this Journal the receipt of all contributions. THE BAHAMAS CHAMBER OF COMMERCE. W. C. B. JOHNSON, President. 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 he attended to. There will be a small fee attached for such as can pay. nth October. m i %  %  %  %  %  s: Tivers rir-i Bahamas Chamber of Commerce OUR DAY' O ct. 19*1 RED CROSS'FUND I W, C. B. Johnson, Esq., Pres. Hon. J. R. C. Vtpng, Treasj Committee: ( Chat. E. Albury, Esq. Arthur B. Sutton, Esq. R. W. Sawyer, Esq. Contributions of Monfyj J 'Produce, Sisal, etc. tvill bel received at Office of the! Chamber in Masonic Build-1 ing by CHAS. J. ABBOTT, Secy, to Committee. I NOTICE T O ALL whom it may concern: District Grand Offic ers of District No. 3 of the Bahamas of the G. G. A. O. of B. and S. of Love and Charity are as follows : Jas. A. Knowles, D.G.W.S. Earnest A. Lightbourn, D.G:S. Wm. Shepard, D.D.M. F. Anderson, GG. Inspector The above are the only.authorized officers. Attested, A. J. Johnson, G.G.W.S. Per J. R. Knowles, G.G. D.W.S. i Just Arrived Enamel Beds, • and Springs, Fancy Goods, and Notions. Shoes. E. C. Griffin. Bay St. and Victortm Ar: Advertise in The Tribune. NOTICE T HE Recruiting Committee are again enlisting men for Drafts for the Bahamas Contingent. Applicants will be attended to between 8 a.m. and 4 p.m. at the Commandant's Office at theBarracks. Enlist now as the vessel for Jamaica will be leaving early in November. R. H. C. CRAWFORD Commandant. 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 Films used by the Submarine Film Corporation in the Advertising of Nassau under thei r con tract "Bea u\\-< ful 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. W. A. MATHER f UNDERTAKER D ESIRES to inform hii friends and the Public that he has uist received a complete outfit of facilities for the business of an under taker, which places him in a position to carry out Funerals that may be entrusted to hit care with system and del pfttefa ; and respectfully soli cits their patronage. Get my price first and prove that they are the very lowest for first class work. 1 fc



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twice ol nearly 200 yards. Prisoners taken amounted to nearly 300. Tlie "—North of KurymniM m Volhyjfc the Rui*n$ carried German twoche* yesterday capturing number of prisoners, Russian submarines kive captured the large armed transport Rodilfto and taken it into Sebattopol. Uome: —In the Trentino we made fuithei pi ogress yesterday. In the CoSOiagOn ara we captured a battery of four mountain nuns and a huge quantity of ammunition. A nnouncemeni Mr. Oscar E. Johnson TAILOR and CLOTHIER Via Key West. London:— Teutonic pressure against Roamaoians %  tone the Transylvania fiontier continues unabated, lie Rourrlaniaos have been driven bad. trail within their holders SOOthWfSl "f Kronstadt where the Ten ton ic thrust is aimed at Bucharest, On the Soumip front the Allies Continue theii unrelentini! drive. The French succeed in penetrating German positions daily, The Allies are pushing up to the edge of tin; Itapauine road. The Germans made Strong attacks on new British positions near S'hwaben fortifications but were beaten back with heavy German losses, In Macedonia the Entente forces have resumed their strong offensive south of MoMStir, The Teutons offensive is being extended northward from Transylvania into the Carpathians. South of Dornawatra I'etiograd reports the enemy attacking with great forces. Further north in the Carpathians the Russians have beaten off the enemv attacks. Near Korrnoze and Kirlibara the Russians took 1200 prisoners. The battle in Galicia is still raging with intensity southeast of Lemberg. The Allies have formally recognized the provisional government of Greece in the Island of Crete set up by former premier Vonezelos- LOST On Sunday last between Dowdeswell St. and Trinity Churdh—a pair of gold rim spectacles. Finder, kindly return to TRIBUNE OFFICE. DECS to inform his many Ctistomers that he has just, returned *-* from New York where he became a graduatejof the Mitchell College of America& was awarded a DIPLOMA of efficiency in the several branches of Tailoring. Modern Technique and Cutting being bis specialty. Ibis testimonial from such a high quarter will serve as a Guarantee to confirm the confidence of his clientele in his skill and in his well known three P's viz : Price, Push, Punctuality. Patronage Solicited. OSCAR E. JOHNSON, No. 9, MarketSt. TAILORING! -: A. J. KEMP -TAILOR— And Artistic Cutter Graduate of the Jno. J. Mitchell's School of Garment Cutting (NEW Y RK) Is prepared to ({ive the Latest r'athinns and the licst satisfaction to the 'general public REPAIRING. CLEANING and PRESSING carefully attended to. TAILORING! YOUR PATRONAGE appreciated. will be No. 572 East Bay Street, NASSAU, BAHAMAS. *— %  Theo. S. N. Nabbie TAILOR 5 PROFESSIONAL CUTTER 43 KING ST. BRANCH, 60 MARLBOROUGH ST. W E want it understood that there is satisfaction given in all our work. Have you tried us yet ? No then give us a trial. Don't fret about War pricas, we have our special moderate price. Why not come or SEND for US and get all that is-due you irom YOUR TAILOR. NOTICE. BAHAMA ISLANDS A NY person who can give any *y% information as to the whereabouts of Charles Beason or of Richard Fernander 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 communicate 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 ata about to be commenced in the Supreme Court. KENNETH SOLOMON, Acting Attorney General 21st September, 1916. New Bioyole Tyres FOP Sale We put them on for you free of charge. In stock a fine Assortment of other bieych accessories. BRUCE JOHNSON 4a King Street, Nassau.



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%  >-*.tl r CRYSTAL ICE 1 Professional Announcement O / UR PLANT is now able to supply nil the Ice necesbonjp consumption nd to let the public benefit. Our prices have been -hare in the • is follows :— 12 24 48 100 lbs •t • t at < ts 4kJ. 9d. Is. 3s. 6d. W. W. R. LAMB reduced is follows F ,mvc ""i "^"" American Oculist 6t Optician Specialist in Examining the Eye and Correcting Defective I Vision at Hotel Nassau until October 25th inclusive. I—IAS the pleasure to again umounce to the citizens of New %  Providence that lie may be consulted at the Sbove address until the time staled. Those Wishing H c onsultation should make n appointment, at their earliest COllveilh nee as he will not remain longer than the 3$th. He is fully prepared, as usual, with the most modern instiu ,marrta and apparatus'for thoroughly examining and refracting* complaints ol any Kind reported to the proprietor the eye> act'ortho* to the latest and mod approved methods as win receive prompt and courteous attention. .employed by the most cn.n.eni O.-ul.sts in the Metropolitan Eye DEPOTS. Infirmaries, and he has the larges: and best supply of all dtsiral'ay St City The Ice House ble k i' nds iDd s, vlts of ,enw "" (l mountings 61 the best quality E Bav Si (iiUrl Tlw r-iv/l. .'.. i I eVC r b, ou K ,,t '" Nassau, including several thousands of spheroShiSst i |. ?,, t : -r P l, Week cvl "" ln ] Pfiwatic, btf. cal and other kinds of lenses made SEV1; l It iJ.Vn^^l? 11 ^ 9 P today specially to order fo, the correoi.on of artigmatism, weakness of cast M. (ne\v Koad) C. C. Smiths Oiocery Store, lire ocular muscles and other eye troubles which the ordinary open next week. lenses will not correct. • Baillou Mill Koad Store, Corner Delancy Hill, open tt*b'ose who are troubled with weak efts, defecti\e vision, It is our duty to protect home industries and the figures listed above are intended to give the public an advantage that they have not hitherto enjoyed. next week. HAROLD %  DRINK-. E. M. JOHNSON, Prop. Welch's Grape juice. PRICES Quarts; 2s. 3d. each. Pints, Is. 4d., 15s. per doz. \ Pints, 9d. 8s. 6d. per doe. i Pints, 6d. 4s. 6d. per dot. T BLACK S 222 Bay St. AND The Nassau Candy Kitchen Opp. Hotel Colonial. The Tribune for Modern Printing headache, due to eye strain, eye ache, inflammation of the e\es or the-lids, w. ekness of the ocular muscles or any of the numerous conditions of the eyes requiring a thorough examination or necessitating the use of glasses; ,,, ( | must ol these troubles .are i permanently cured by accurate refraction and properly adjusted : glasses — would do well to ernbrace the present exceptional oppoitunity of giving their eyes the attention they requite—an opportunity which for completeness of apparatus and supply of lenses and mountings, thoroughness of examination, perfection of refraction which biings the vision up to the highest standard possible and for the best and most satisfactory results is equal in every respect to the best obtainable anywheie abroad as thousands of his patients here and elsewhere are willing to ;;t'est. His method of examination with the ophthahmometer, electric ophthahmoscope and retinoscope are so caieful, thorough and accurate that the diagnoses the cause of the defective vision or eye trouble, so that the best and most satisfactory results are always obtained from the glasses he prescribes, which are accurately fitted and warranted to be coriect. Thev are not only guaranteeil to be absolutely perfect in the correction of the refraction and for the production of the clearest vision possible, but for durability and general satisfaction and the immediate relief of head-ache, eye-ache and other ocular troubles which call for the use of gUsses. they are equal to the best that could possibly be obtained anywhere abroad. Comparatively few of those who are using glasses have' the kind their eyas require, the kind which gives the best vision, the most comfort, and which preserve the sight and Keep it noimal all through life. This is because the eyes in most cases have not had the careful and thorough examination by a qualified specialist which is most important and necessary when the best resultsare desired. Asthe BCComodalive power of the eye grdunlly weakens as one grows older it becomes necessarv to make a change of glasses every three or four vears and many make a great mistake iq continuing the use of unsuitable glasses it is one of the principal causes of cataract and other serious eye troubles Dr. Lamb is certificated in both medicine and optics, has thousands of references and testimonials from prominent citizens of many countries where he has practised his profession eontinuously for over 25 years, and has established through reliable and superior service the most extensive eye practise in the world. Charges Reasonable. Hours, 9 to .12 a,m., 2 to 5 p.m.



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\ (4 News For Everybody" Nulllvi* n-lr the camp commandants, and the authori tits showed a general disposition to remove the causes of complaint. In many instances the inspectors record improve mtnts in the ca pp conditions since their previous visits, and in a few cases they suggest fur ther improvements. On the whole however, thai reports are remarkably free from criticism, and they pay repeated trihutes to the excellence of the food, the sanitary and hospital arrangements, and the facilities I for work, exercise and recrea ition. COMMITTEES OF PRISONERSMost of the camps are large ly run by committee chosen by the interned men themselves, and in tiie laigcr camps the or gunizaiioii is of an elaboiate character. At Knockaloe near Peel, where over 20,000 mm are interned, the visitors found that there weie relief and kitchen committees; recreative Imll committees, a piisoneis' aid society, gymnasium sp< its, in dustri. I, educational, library, musical and dramatic commit tees, all Chosen by tl.e prisoners as well as a sick and burial club which cares for prisoners in their last illness and tends the grave <>f the dead in an adjoin ing churchyard, derma-) in structors teach English, Trench, German, Kalian, Spanish, mat hematics, political economy Imok keeping, shorthand, writ ing, ami landscape gardening in each of the four camps the piisoneis have both string and and brass orchestras, and plays are gum in English and tier man, the inmates themselves arranging the costumes, scenery and stage settings Nearly 72 per cent, of the prisoners at Knoekaloe were found to he at work, many being employed as boot makrs, tailors, joiners, plumbers,-wood workers, gar deners.and railwav.quarry, and postal workers. There are 45 acies available for exercise and a variety,of games is played daily. Under the heading "Wants" the inspectors say, "There were no complaints of a serious nature." 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 At Duffryn Aled, Abergele, a coimtiy house in a romantic valley among the Welsh moun tains, 81 (.flu eis and servants were.interned when the inspec tion was made. The inspectors say:—"In this camp there was an amusement committee, a wine committee, a canteen com mitice, a bouse committee, a cigar, cigaiette, committee and n postmaster general. All these committees are chosen quarterly by the interned officers, who have absolute control ov*r the management of tlf^houst—the only thing done by the British staff being to pay the monthly bills. The officers give much time to the study of languages particularly Spanish. At Erou goch, near Bala, with goo prisoners, there are 55 classes for languages, electricity, engineering drawing, gardening, and so on; and the visitors report that in a studio excellent work i s done in portrait and landscape painting and sculpture. At the Scottish internment camp at Stobsa"board of justice.'elected by the prisoners settles disputes among the inmates "by apology or otherwise." The prisoners at several of the camps go on route marches two or three times a week. In one case a camp newspaper is produced. In another 85 per cent, are engaged in work. Scmecut their comrades'hair, and some wash clothes; others make watches, broom*, and boots; and a doctor and more tljan one dentist look after the health of their fellow prisoners. — The Times. Advertise in fh Tribune


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News For Everybody"
Nulllvi* n-l Balr\x bound to iwonr to the Do|iiik< ( no Master.
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VOL. XIII
Nfvi N.P.. Bahnm.%a, TUESDAY October 17.1916
Cape Of Prisoners
|| In England.
A VOLUME of impartial
testimony to the excellence
of ilte arrangements made fui
the well being of prisoners of
war interned in this country is
contained in a series of report*
[made to the American Am has
Isador by members of the Em-
bassy Staff who have during the
Hast few months paid visits of
Inspection to various intern-
incut camps in the United
Kingdom. Hie. reports were is-
[el yesterday as-i Parliamen
|ry paper
The detailed reports made
fter visits to 23 camps show
low thoroughly the visitors in
sstr gated the conditions under
lii'h the prisoners are living,
kid their verdict is highly tat
factory. As Was to be expect-
, they received various com
la ints from some of the intern-
al officers and men, but in few
cites did they find the com-,
ptints of a serious character.
Where there appeared to them
good ground for criticism the
cases were taken up either with
the War Office <>r the camp
commandants, and the authori
tits showed a general disposi-
tion to remove the causes of
complaint. In many instances
the inspectors record improve
mtnts in the ca pp conditions
since their previous visits, and
in a few cases they suggest fur
ther improvements. On the
whole however, thai reports are
remarkably free from criticism,
and they pay repeated trihutes
to the excellence of the food,
the sanitary and hospital ar-
rangements, and the facilities
I for work, exercise and recrea
ition.
COMMITTEES OF
PRISONERS-
Most of the camps are large
ly run by committee chosen by
the interned men themselves,
and in tiie laigcr camps the or
gunizaiioii is of an elaboiate
character. At Knockaloe near
Peel, where over 20,000 mm are
interned, the visitors found that
there weie relief and kitchen
committees; recreative Imll
committees, a piisoneis' aid
society, gymnasium sp< its, in
dustri. I, educational, library,
musical and dramatic commit
tees, all Chosen by tl.e prisoners
as well as a sick and burial club
which cares for prisoners in
their last illness and tends the
grave <>f the dead in an adjoin
ing churchyard, derma-) in
structors teach English, Trench,
German, Kalian, Spanish,
mat hematics,political economy
Imok keeping, shorthand, writ
ing, ami landscape gardening
in each of the four camps the
piisoneis have both string and
and brass orchestras, and plays
are gum in English and tier
man, the inmates themselves
arranging the costumes, scenery
and stage settings Nearly 72
per cent, of the prisoners at
Knoekaloe were found to he at
work, many being employed as
boot makrs, tailors, joiners,
plumbers,-wood workers, gar
deners.and railwav.quarry, and
postal workers. There are 45
acies available for exercise and
a variety,of games is played
daily. Under the heading
"Wants" the inspectors say,
"There were no complaints of a
serious nature."
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
At Duffryn Aled, Abergele, a
coimtiy house in a romantic
valley among the Welsh moun
tains, 81 (.flu eis and servants
were.interned when the inspec
tion was made. The inspectors
say:"In this camp there was
an amusement committee, a
wine committee, a canteen com
mitice, a bouse committee, a
cigar, cigaiette, committee and
n postmaster general. All these
committees are chosen quarter-
ly by the interned officers, who
have absolute control ov*r the
management of tlf^houstthe
only thing done by the British
staff being to pay the monthly
bills. The officers give much
time to the study of languages
particularly Spanish. At Erou
goch, near Bala, with goo pris-
oners, there are 55 classes for
languages, electricity, engineer-
ing drawing, gardening, and so
on; and the visitors report that
in a studio excellent work is
done in portrait and landscape
painting and sculpture. At the
Scottish internment camp at
Stobsa"board of justice.'elect-
ed by the prisoners settles dis-
putes among the inmates "by
apology or otherwise." The
prisoners at several of the camps
go on route marches two or
three times a week. In one case
a camp newspaper is produced.
In another 85 per cent, are en-
gaged in work. Scmecut their
comrades'hair, and some wash
clothes; others make watches,
broom*, and boots; and a doctor
and more tljan one dentist look
after the health of their fellow
prisoners.
The Times.
Advertise in
fh Tribune


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Advancements underA-iii ln.i-. |,
NOTICE When Correspondence or
Articles an signed with the writer's name
or initials, or with a pteudvnvm, or are
marked'Communicated," the lldit.rr must
not necessarily be held to be in agreement
with the views therein expressed or with the
mode ojexpression In such instances, or in
the case oj "Letters to the Editor," insertion
only means that the matter or point oj view
is considered 0/ sufficient interest and im
furtanct to warrant publication.
Jbe (LnDune
Tuesday October' 17,1916
It is gratifying to note
that if only we can have fine
weather for it, (>ur Day cele-
brations will be something
worth while. Lots of people
high and low, rich and poor,
have been forking out, some
by the guinea and some by
the shilling. Soon Nassau and
we truit, even the out-islands
will be resplendent with the
buttons. This will be welcom-
ed all around as a sort of
novelty for one of our War
anniversaries We used flags
before, and right pretty they
have looked, but it is just as
well to eh inge oil lo the but-
tons, for the sake of variety.
And the best of it is that the
buttonslast longer and can be
even treasured as mementoes
for generations. We are liv-
ing in an epoch making time
and should perservesome sou
venirs which can be handed
down to our grandchildren.
:o:
ANSWER TO CORRESPONDENT.
We have received a com-
munication signed John
Yatmg, Annie Tlnnston and
Laura Tynes at Cat Island-.
As the publication of the
news contained in the above
letter might prove to be a
contravention of the "Defen-
ce of lite Uealm Act" we re-
gret we are unable to publish
same.
:o:
Ladv Allardvce has asked
us to state that she has re-
ceived the sum of b from
the President yf the Circle of
Kings Daughters and Will-
ing Helpers, Mrs. Mary Rob-
ert*, for the benefit of the
wounded soldiers and sailors
of the Allies. The above
amount is the outcome of 1 lie
Grand Picnic on Monday
last.
It will be remembered that
these same Willing ftelpers
lately prepared lor trnnsmis
sion to the British Red Cross
half a hundred excellent
walking sticks for the use of
the wounded.
:o:
Owing to the entertain-
ment to be given on "Our
Day" at the Imperial Thea
tre on Thursday evening the
Police Hand concert will be
given on Wednesday (tomor-
row) at 8.15 p.m.
' Seats will be charged for
at the rate of sixpence (6d.)
each, the total proceeds of
which vvill be given to the
Red Cross Fund.
:o:
The motor vessel "Frances
F." left Mimi, Fla. this morn
ing for Nassau and is expect
ed to arrive here tomorrow
afternoon. She is bringing 39
bags of mail.
"Your honour, I acknow
ledge the reference of the op
posing counsel to rjiy Ktay
hair," said the lawyer quot
ed by the Boston Transcript.
"My hair is gray and it will
continue tobe gray as long as
I live. The hair of that gentle
man is black and will con
tinue to be black as long as
he dyes."
A lady was entertaining
her daughter's caller, who
was just back from a summer
outing, relates the Christian
llciald. The conversation
had been somewhat spasmo
die, and finally si e decided
to try him on some of the
new books, "Have you read
'freckles,' Mr. Johnson ?" she
ventured. "No, ma'am," he
stammered blushing, "mine
are the brown kind.".
*'A man is known by the
company he keeps" as also
u business is known by its acl
vertising. Have you noticed
wlmt a fine progressive lot of
voting Tailors we have now?
don't they deserve a trial ? If
not ready for your XjTISS or
Winter suit yet, when ready,
just look in The Tribune for
their advertisements
Telegrams
October 16th, iql6.
Chadtifly, France, 14:"We
now have tin-1 iei nuns by ihee.us
and will continue 10 shake their
heads til their brains raitle and
they will be compelled to give in.''
his declaration vas made today
by General EdotUTfd ( asislnaur,
ehiej <>f rtaif oj all the French
armies in the field to BfUMl and
\mtncan wnt correspondents.
"The great question at iMW7".b
Cf>ht(hued." w.i- whether we should
be th*slaves of the German-. We
shall not be. We shall die on die
battlefield but we shall never be
slaves'1.
General Castelnaur bad just
witnesied a review of the first in-
fantry regiment after the regimen-
tal flag bad been decorated by
(*i neial Joffre, Many of the office!
and men were personally decorated
by General Jnffie, who embraced
them. 1
London, 14:Standing on their
own frontier the Roumanian troops
who recently invaded Transyl-
vania are fighting desperately to
prevent the forces of the Central
Powers from entering Roumania.
Russian reinforcements are being
ruihed to their aid, and Bucharest
announces that King Ferdinand
will take the field at the head of
his liaiassed troops.
Berlin savs that in Eastern
Transylvania and on the southern
borders the AnstrO-German forces
continues to progress against the
invaders. ^
East of Cisk Szireda the advance
had not yet halt**)iand west of the
Vulcan Pass Roumanian attacks
had been repulsed.
Anglo-French attacks on the
Somme have been repulsed by the
troops of Crown Prince Rupiecht
of Bavaria.
Bejlin records the capture by
Saxon reifirnents ot a portion of
^incos Wood no'th of Lhaulian
with 800 prisoners.
Berlin: An official statement
issued by the AuMro-Hungarian
'authorities charged viola'ion ot
international law and atrocities
against the Roumanian! in Iran-
syivania, accoidineto an Overs) is
New- Agency de>psffcli. In I'ogaras
a pooion >f the German and Hud"
gaiiati population were rounded up
by the Roumanians, dtiv*o to the
banks of the Rival Alt and tliere
forced into the water with knots.
Roumanian loldiers stood on both
hanks and drove those who tried
10 reach the bank back into the
liver which at this point,in many
metfia deap. Roumanian troops
a ho participated in these atrocities
ire -iid to Have been hopelessly
intoxicated after collecting all the
liquors in Fog iraa, I be command-
er of the 41I1 Roumanian division,
General Simioi sen, had All of the
valuabl fiiiniture icnived from
the courtboUM at Fogaras and
carried to the railway station from
wher- it was sent to bis home by
rail.
STORM
Washington, 16:The tropical
disturbance this moining apparent
ly wasrurving ove> the north por-
tion of Yucatan Peninsula moving
north or northwest and is s'ill of
marked character. All Gulfshi|>-
pmg il advised lo take precautions.
October 17th, 1916.
London ifth,
Governor
Bahamas.
Official News: On the Somme
[root there were no general British
attcicks during the week. Our
line advanced at various points
and more prisoners were capturfd.
The French made important ad-
vances Tuesday between FWny
Chaulnes taking 1250 piisoneis.
The attack was renewed on Satur-
day when an additional 1100 pri-
soners were capiured. Last night
the French obtained a footing at
S.iilly Sallisi-I where the fighting
is proceeding.
The Italians have resumed the
attack on Caisn making progress
and capturing some 8.000 prison-
ers.
There is no change en the Rus-
sian front. 1
The Roumanians are retiring
from Transylvania.
(Signed)
BONAR LAW.
Via Jamaica.
Ldtidon :Official News 15th
North of the Stuff Redoubt two
linos of enemy communication
trenches were cleared for a dis -


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The TribuneAdvertisements
'I
THE BAHHMAS CHAMBER
OF COMMERCE.
The business men of the
City who promised, and also
those who did not, are hereby
reminded that* this is the
wek when they should keep
account of their sales and
also all receipts.
This applies to all, from
the fisherman, to the Lady
seller of fine laces and silks ;
as it is hoped that all busi-
Girl Guides I nesses will carry out the sug-
Assisted by 200children from*gestion, to give a percentage
the Public Schools. jof the weeks sales to "OUR
in the DAY" fund, for the relief of
Barrack Grounds our sick and wounded soid-
0.1 the afternoon of ' *Ild sailore ,n this tcrn"
*0R
Our Day
Under the distinguished pat-
ronage of His Exdellency
the Governor
and
Lady Allardyce.
A PAGEANT OF
The Empire and our
Allies.
By Boy Scouts and
Guides
ble but rightous war.
You will bet-ailed upon on
Friday or as soon after as
Grand, possible by a representative
March, Music by the Police of the Chamber who will be
Band. pleased to receive as large a
October the 20th.
PROGRAMME
Tableaux, Songs,
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
Admission
Adults Children
6d. 3d.
Tickets can be obtained from
the Scouts or Girl Guides,
and entrance fee will also be
accepted at the Main Gate at
the Barracks.
All the chairs that it is pos-
sible to procure will be on the
Grounds and an extra fee of 3d.
will be charged for each seat.
The entire proceeds are to be
given to the Red Cross "Our
Day" fund.
. There are
above 40J000 people
of my race in trie Bahamas,
therefore why should I worry.
Instead, I shall simply rtmain,
Yours faithfully,
Dr. J.A.WRIGHT
(Dentist.)
37 Market Street,
Nassau, N. P.
Office Hours :
* 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Sundays, 9 to. 11 a.m.
ICE
THE Bahamas Timber Co.
befcs to draw attention
of the public to the fact that
ofey are now selling Ice at
their Lumber Office on East
St. City. Hours, 6 a.m. to
6 p.m.
contribution as you can pos-
sibly make, bearing in mind
that the object for which this
fund is being raised calls for
a real sacrifice on the part of
every loyal British subject.
Mo amount will be consid-
ered insignificant or too
small. Pennies will make
Pounds, so let every one do
his or her best, and the result
will be surprising.
The Honorary Secretary,
Hon. J. C. R. Young, will ac-
[ knowledge through the col-
umns of this Journal the re-
ceipt of all contributions.
The Bahamas
Chamber of Commerce.
W. C. B. JOHNSON,
President.
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 he attended
to. There will be a small fee
attached for such as can pay.
nth October.
mi !.__ ....._ !. s:Tivers,rir-i
Bahamas
Chamber of Commerce
OUR DAY'Oct. 19*1
Red Cross'Fund I
W, C. B. Johnson, Esq., Pres.
Hon. J. R. C. Vtpng, Treasj
Committee: (
Chat. E. Albury, Esq.
Arthur B. Sutton, Esq.
R. W. Sawyer, Esq.
Contributions of Monfyj J
'Produce, Sisal, etc. tvill bel
received at Office of the!
Chamber in Masonic Build-1
ing by
CHAS. J. Abbott,
Secy, to Committee. I
NOTICE
TO ALL whom it may con-
cern: District Grand Offic
ers of District No. 3 of the
Bahamas of the G. G. A. O.
of B. and S. of Love and
Charity are as follows :
Jas. A. Knowles, D.G.W.S.
Earnest A. Lightbourn,
d.g:s.
Wm. Shepard, D.D.M.
F. Anderson, GG. Inspector
The above are the only.au-
thorized officers.
Attested,
A. J. Johnson, G.G.W.S.
Per J. R. Knowles, G.G.
D.W.S.
i
Just Arrived
Enamel Beds,
and Springs,
Fancy Goods,
and Notions.
Shoes.
E. C. Griffin.
Bay St. and Victortm Ar:
Advertise in
The Tribune.
NOTICE
THE Recruiting Committee
are again enlisting men
for Drafts for the Bahamas
Contingent. Applicants will
be attended to between 8 a.m.
and 4 p.m. at the Command-
ant's Office at the- Barracks.
Enlist now as
the vessel for Jamaica
will be leaving early
in November.
R. H. C. CRAWFORD
Commandant.
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 Films used by the Sub-
marine Film Corporation in
the Advertising of Nassau
under thei r con tract "Bea u\\-<
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._______
W. A. MATHER f
UNDERTAKER
DESIRES to inform hii
friends and the Public
that he has uist received a
complete outfit of facilities
for the business of an under
taker, which places him in a
position to carry out Funerals
that may be entrusted to hit
care with system and del
pfttefa ; and respectfully soli
cits their patronage. Get my
price first and prove that
they are the very lowest for
first class work.
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twice ol nearly 200 yards. Priso-
ners taken amounted to nearly 300.
Tlie " succesful raid was rained out on
Chemdorf on tlie 12th by a large
number of French and British aer-
oplanes.
Paris:There has been great ar-
tillery activity in the Somme re-
gion In the sector of Ablaincouit-
Mdloy it prisoners were taken
during yesterday's KghtinC,
Petro0rad:>North of Kurymni-
M m Volhyjfc the Rui*n$ carri-
ed German twoche* yesterday cap-
turing number of prisoners,
Russian submarines kive cap-
tured the large armed transport
Rodilfto and taken it into Sebat-
topol.
Uome: In the Trentino we
made fuithei pi ogress yesterday.
In the CoSOiagOn ara we captur-
ed a battery of four mountain nuns
and a huge quantity of ammuni-
tion.
A nnouncemeni
Mr. Oscar E. Johnson
TAILOR and CLOTHIER
Via Key West.
London: Teutonic pressure
against Roamaoians tone the
Transylvania fiontier continues
unabated, lie Rourrlaniaos have
been driven bad. trail within their
holders SOOthWfSl "f Kronstadt
where the Ten ton ic thrust is aim-
ed at Bucharest,
On the Soumip front the Allies
Continue theii unrelentini! drive.
The French succeed in penetrating
German positions daily, The Al-
lies are pushing up to the edge of
tin; Itapauine road. The Germans
made Strong attacks on new Bri-
tish positions near S'hwaben for-
tifications but were beaten back
with heavy German losses,
In Macedonia the Entente forces
have resumed their strong offensive
south of MoMStir,
The Teutons offensive is being
extended northward from Transyl-
vania into the Carpathians. South
of Dornawatra I'etiograd reports
the enemy attacking with great
forces. Further north in the Car-
pathians the Russians have beaten
off the enemv attacks. Near Kor-
rnoze and Kirlibara the Russians
took 1200 prisoners. The battle
in Galicia is still raging with in-
tensity southeast of Lemberg.
The Allies have formally recog-
nized the provisional government
of Greece in the Island of Crete
set up by former premier Voneze-
los-
LOST
On Sunday last between
Dowdeswell St. and Trinity
Churdha pair of gold rim
spectacles. Finder, kindly re-
turn to TRIBUNE OFFICE.
DECS to inform his many Ctistomers that he has just, returned
*-* from New York where he became a graduatejof the Mitchell
College of America& was awarded a DIPLOMA of efficiency in the
several branches of Tailoring. Modern Technique and Cutting
being bis specialty.
Ibis testimonial from such a high quarter will serve as a
Guarantee to confirm the confidence of his clientele in his skill
and in his well known three P's viz :
Price, Push, Punctuality. Patronage Solicited.
OSCAR E. JOHNSON, No. 9, MarketSt.
TAILORING! -:
A. J. KEMP
-TAILOR
And Artistic Cutter
Graduate of the
Jno. J. Mitchell's School of
Garment Cutting
(NEW Y RK)
Is prepared to ({ive the Latest r'athinns
and the licst satisfaction to the
'general public
REPAIRING. CLEANING and
PRESSING carefully attended to.
TAILORING!
YOUR PATRONAGE
appreciated.
will be
No. 572 East Bay Street,
NASSAU, BAHAMAS.
*
Theo. S. N. Nabbie
Tailor 5 Professional Cutter
43 king st. branch, 60 marlborough st.
WE want it understood that there is satisfaction
given in all our work. Have you tried us yet ?
No then give us a trial. Don't fret about War pricas,
we have our special moderate price. Why not come or
SEND for US and get all that is-due you irom
YOUR TAILOR.
NOTICE.
BAHAMA ISLANDS
A NY person who can give any
*y% information as to the
whereabouts of Charles Beason
or of Richard Fernander 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 ata
about to be commenced in the
Supreme Court.
KENNETH SOLOMON,
Acting Attorney General
21st September, 1916.
New Bioyole Tyres
Fop Sale .
We put them on for you free
of charge.
In stock a fine Assortment of
other bieych accessories.
BRUCE JOHNSON
4a King Street, Nassau.
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CRYSTAL ICE1 Professional Announcement
O
/
UR PLANT is now able to supply nil the Ice neces-
bonjp consumption nd to let the public
benefit. Our prices have been
-hare in the
is follows :
12
24
48
, 100
lbs
t

t
at

<
ts
4kJ.
9d.
Is.
3s.
6d.
W. W. R. LAMB *
reduced is follows .......... F ,mvc ""i "^"" American Oculist 6t Optician
Specialist in Examining the Eye and Correcting Defective
I Vision at Hotel Nassau until October 25th inclusive. .
IIAS the pleasure to again umounce to the citizens of New
Providence that lie may be consulted at the Sbove ad-
dress until the time staled. Those Wishing hconsultation should
make n appointment, at their earliest COllveilh nee as he will not
remain longer than the 3$th.
He is fully prepared, as usual, with the most modern instiu
,- marrta and apparatus'for thoroughly examining and refracting*
complaints ol any Kind reported to the proprietor the eye> act'ortho* to the latest and mod approved methods as
win receive prompt and courteous attention. .employed by the most cn.n.eni O.-ul.sts in the Metropolitan Eye
DEPOTS. Infirmaries, and he has the larges: and best supply of all dtsira-
l'ay St City The Ice House ble ki'nds iDd s,-vlts of ,enw* ""(l mountings 61 the best quality
E Bav Si (iiUrl Tlw r-iv/l. .'.. i I eVC-r b,'ouK,,t '" Nassau, including several thousands of sphero-
ShiSst i |. ?,,t:-r* Pl, Week- cvl""ln"]. Pfiwatic, btf. cal and other kinds of lenses made
SEV1; l It iJ.Vn^^l?11^9* P today specially to order fo, the correoi.on of artigmatism, weakness of
cast M. (ne\v Koad) C. C. Smiths Oiocery Store, lire ocular muscles and other eye troubles which the ordinary
open next week. lenses will not correct.
Baillou Mill Koad Store, Corner Delancy Hill, open tt*b'ose who are troubled with weak efts, defecti\e vision,
It is our duty to protect home industries and the
figures listed above are intended to give the public an ad-
vantage that they have not hitherto enjoyed.
next week.
HAROLD
DRINK-.
E. M. JOHNSON,
Prop.
Welch's Grape juice.
PRICES
Quarts; 2s. 3d. each.
Pints, Is. 4d., "
15s. per doz.
\ Pints, 9d.
8s. 6d. per doe.
i Pints, 6d.
4s. 6d. per dot.
T BLACK S 222 Bay St.
and The Nassau Candy Kitchen
Opp. Hotel Colonial.
The Tribune "
for Modern Printing
headache, due to eye strain, eye ache, inflammation of the e\es
or the-lids, w. ekness of the ocular muscles or any of the numer-
ous conditions of the eyes requiring a thorough examination or
necessitating the use of glasses- ;,,,(| must ol these troubles .are
i permanently cured by accurate refraction and properly adjusted
: glasses would do well to ernbrace the present exceptional op-
poitunity of giving their eyes the attention they requitean
opportunity which for completeness of apparatus and supply of
lenses and mountings, thoroughness of examination, perfection
of refraction which biings the vision up to the highest standard
possible and for the best and most satisfactory results is equal in
every respect to the best obtainable anywheie abroad as thou-
sands of his patients here and elsewhere are willing to ;;t'est.
His method of examination with the ophthahmometer,
electric ophthahmoscope and retinoscope are so caieful, tho-
rough and accurate that the diagnoses the cause of the defective
vision or eye trouble, so that the best and most satisfactory re-
sults are always obtained from the glasses he prescribes, which
are accurately fitted and warranted to be coriect. Thev are not
only guaranteeil to be absolutely perfect in the correction of the
refraction and for the production of the clearest vision possible,
but for durability and general satisfaction and the immediate
relief of head-ache, eye-ache and other ocular troubles which
call for the use of gUsses. they are equal to the best that could
possibly be obtained anywhere abroad.
Comparatively few of those who are using glasses have' the
kind their eyas require, the kind which gives the best vision, the
most comfort, and which preserve the sight and Keep it noimal
all through life. This is because the eyes in most cases have
not had the careful and thorough examination by a qualified
specialist which is most important and necessary when the best
resultsare desired. Asthe BCComodalive power of the eye grd-
unlly weakens as one grows older it becomes necessarv to make
a change of glasses every three or four vears and many make a
great mistake iq continuing the use of unsuitable glasses it is
one of the principal causes of cataract and other serious eye
troubles
Dr. Lamb is certificated in both medicine and optics, has
thousands of references and testimonials from prominent citizens
of many countries where he has practised his profession eontin-
uously for over 25 years, and has established through reliable
and superior service the most extensive eye practise in the world.
Charges Reasonable. Hours, 9 to .12 a,m., 2 to 5 p.m.


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