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-J a the French whooccupied that section. To avoid any inci dent or accident capable of starting strife a complete cordon wns drawn about the marines. It is impossible to predict vvheather trouble can be avoided during the night. The Greek government Is ful ly alive to the fact that Greece's fate hangs on the — prevention of further mea sures on the part of the French commander. Earlier in the day a review Jfiaby King Constantin of the •""sailors belonging to the ves dJosels of the Greek navy which sJ were taken possession of by *o *the Entente Allies was made snathe occasion of an immense '{'•royalist demonstration. J 'Crowds paraded the street ^'carrying life-sized portraits vlJfof tke sovereign and wild oi ly cheering for the monarch. b-^Tbe Minister of Marine read •tttfeO order of the, day praising -"l*he loyalty of the sailors and iblcomplimenting them on their r> Conduct under most trying 91 'Jcircumstances. After the cereGi Jmony the king assembled the officers about him and ad • | J dressed them personally ex ^''pressing pride that they had ""scorned offers of money and ^•'honours and had remained "'faithful to their oath and 9V,i their country. He gave his >' word that he would stand by loc thern to the end against what ever consequences their loyal ty might entail. JJJQ-J The king issued the follow v/oVB order of the day:Ji/oc' "Officers, Sailors—in these Ji; feours when stricken andwith hjiteleeding hearts each moment twm09 new wounds deep in our rli/souls which so short a time smftgowere proud in united and an'>yictoridus Greece my govern.i-incut has been oblidged to nsJOrder you to leave the ships >i93pon which brought the news of the freeing of our lijjgjberated brothers. You came |Jf) with tortured hearts and eyes f [jwet 'with tear9. every man Southern Carpathians is still in progiess. All efforts of the AustroGerman forces have been beaten biirk. there is no let-up in intensity of ready to suffer all. May our the struggle in the Transylvantan be realized and Alp passes leading to Rwurpiinia. The Roumanians reinforceil l>y Russians checked the progress of representative of^ the fatherland you love so much, to which you have given so much and for which you are hopes soon may the hours soon come when you will be able to return to your ships. The Holy Ikcns that have protected you in the past will protect you in the future and the General Von FaIkenheyms armies. Berlin:—The German offensive yesterday captured Russian trenches on the west bank of the JStokhod, in Volhynia. Russian al, tacks were repulsed near Gubnow -' t)) $aithful to his oath, to the J0 s)de of your king. I thank j )ir you and congratulate you, qf .Oh, my faithful sailors, I 10 'thank you, not only as king K jarid chief of the fleet, but as boa glorious .flag once in""' with heavy Russian losses, caught by the winds ofGreek j Pensacola. Florida:—SeveraJ vesseas will bring hope and con-|sels in the harbour were sunk by sobrtiotrw hrever Greek 'he topical hurricane. The wind hearts beat for nation and r^ched a veloc.y of n 4 mtlespcr king". —:o:— October, 20th, 1916. Via Jamaica. London, 18:—Thf British extended their front north of Gueudrcourt and towards Butte de Warlencouit taking 150 prisoners. Paris:—North of the Somrae the French took the village of Sailly! Saillesel and ridges northwest ami j northeast of the village. South of the Somme the Germans first line! was carried on the whole front heI tween LaMaisonette and ttiaches. 250 prisoners were taken. In Macedonia the French captured enemy trenches to a depth of 400 feet on the right bank of the Vardar River. Rome:—A squadron of French and Italian airships have bombard-_ ed Austrian warships and works at" R.ovigno and Punta Salvora. Bucharest:—In the Predeal region south of Kronstadt the Ronmanians have resumed the offensive and --re driving back the Teutonic forces on the Transylvania side of the border. Via Key West. Paris: —It is reported that the Serbians have lecaptured the town of Brod in the Cerna River region. On the Somme front the French withstood seyeral German counterattacks and extended their gains between Biabhes and LaMaisonette in the direction of Peronne. Berlin: —British attacks on six and a half mile front between Le Sars and Morval, in the Somme region, yesterday w*re generally unsuccessful. French advances between Biac hes and LaMaisonette are unimportant. London:—East of Vardar-Dorian sector on the Macedonian front Bulgarians attacked the British right flank but were repulsed. Petrograd:—There is spirited fighting in Volhynia. No headway has been made by the Austro-Ger • man forces on the Russian lines. Teutonic efforts to break through the Russian-Roumanian lines in 1 the Dornawatra region in the NOTICE T HIS is to inform my Patrons and the Public, that I have opened my Public Black Smith Shop; and am now ready to do anything in the line fo Gene ral repair or new work Horseshoeing a specialty. All work done Mechanicallv P. A. HUYLER FOR SALE A fine American Mare. No reasonable offer declined. Three months approved note acceptable. VV. C. B; JOHNSON. Nassau, N. P., Oct. 18, 1916. 1917 Announcement "Reo Six" 7 passenger Touring £250 "Reo Four" 5 passenger Touring 205 NOTE. In July closing the Reo year 1916 I made a special offer of £246 on the Reo Six, 7 passenger Touring Car as 1 had done the previous year on the Reo Four, 5 passenger Touring, but no one need confuse these special offers which are transient, with regular prices. Yours, J. P. SIMMS, f Ro Ajenl 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 43 King Street, Nassau. D W. A. MATHER UNDERTAKER ESIRES to inform his friends and the Public that he has just 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 his care with system and des pati:h ; and respectfully soli cits their patronage. Get my price first and prove thnt they are the very lowest for first class work. LOST On Sunday last between Dowdeswell St. and Trinity Church—a pair of gold rim spectacles. Finder, kindly return to TRIBUNE OFFICE. ICE T HE Bahamas Timber Ob. begs to draw attention of the public to the fact that they are now selling Ice at their Lumber Office on East St. City Hours, 6 a.m. to 6 p.m. There ape above 40,000 people of my race in the Bahamas, therefore why should I worry. Instead. I shall sim.adv remain, 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 IJ a.m.



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"News FOP Everybody" NvilllviM cddlctua nirnre m verbs m&Kletrl Being bound to swear to the linimn of no Muttr, *— -£ OX. XIII Na.-i.ixvi N.P.. Bth&m&t, FRIDAY October 20.1916 No. '& • %  : .: • l 1 l L. OILBin DUPUCH, Editor and Proprietor. 0FPI0K: Corner Shirley & Charlotte St. Nanau, N. P., Bahamai PHONE ^50. p. o. BOX 163. PUBLISHED DAILY RATES Monday. Wednesday and Friday— single copy Jd Juesday, and Thursday—single co|.y id Saturday—single copy ... |{,| Weekly Monthly '.'.'. is. 6.1 Quarterly 4 fc 6 ,i HalfYearlv .£ fterfV 1 i fc cax Valley we repulsed hostile attacks. Our troops are hold ing their positions. In the Usul Valley the enemy has been driven beyond the frontier. Our artillery Caught under its fire an enemy battalion advancing in massed formation. There is no change on the southern front. Paris:—The Germane thrice attacking French positions in Sailly Saillesel were repulsed with heavy casualties. I'AYARLR TN ADVANCK Advertising Rates:—six pence per line for first insertion: tliree pence per line lor second insertion ; ar.

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"News Fop Everybody"
NvilllviM cddlctua nirnre m verbs m&Kletrl
Being bound to swear to the linimn of no Muttr,
*-
OX. XIII
Na.-i.ixvi N.P.. Bth&m&t, FRIDAY October 20.1916
No. '&
: .: l 1 l
L. OILBin DUPUCH,
Editor and Proprietor.
0FPI0K:
Corner Shirley & Charlotte St.
Nanau, N. P., Bahamai
PHONE ^50. p. o. BOX 163.
PUBLISHED DAILY
RATES
Monday. Wednesday and Friday
single copy ......... Jd
Juesday, and Thursdaysingle co|.y id
Saturdaysingle copy ... |{,|
Weekly ......
Monthly ....... '.'.'. is. 6.1
Quarterly..........4fc 6,i
HalfYearlv...........
fterfV1 ............ifc
cax Valley we repulsed hostile
attacks. Our troops are hold
ing their positions. In the Usul
Valley the enemy has been
driven beyond the frontier. Our
artillery Caught under its fire an
enemy battalion advancing in
massed formation.
There is no change on the
southern front.
Paris:The Germane thrice
attacking French positions in
Sailly Saillesel were repulsed
with heavy casualties.
I'AYARLR TN ADVANCK
Advertising Rates:six pence per line
for first insertion: tliree pence per line
lor second insertion ; ar. . line for subsqueut msc-rlions.
Advertisements.....ler oi -lit line* 4~.
MAILS.
Foreign Mails to be despatch
*d,.via. v,iain'. Pie. per "Frances
E." will be made up and closed
tomorrow (Saturday) at I p.m.
Telegrams
October 19th, 1916.
, Via Jamaica.
London:There has been
considerable artillery activity
on sides in the Somme. In the
( clear weather yesterday our aer-
oplane made many reconnais-
. auces and bombed enemy rail
way lines, stations factories and
depots.
Rome:Austrian attacks on
Monte Pasubio were repulsed.
PariaGreat aerial activity
is re Anted and sixty five en
gagements were reported in the
Somme region. Five German
machines were brought down.
The enemy suffered heavy loss
es in attacks on Bellny Ensan
terre which were repulsed.
Bucharest:On the north and
northwest front and in the Bi
Via Key West.
Athens:Greek newspapers
published reports that a fleet of
thirty American warships were
coming whereupon thousands
marched to the American Lega
tion bearing American and
Greek flags to protest against
the landing of French marines.
The crowd tried vainly fur seve
ral hours to see the American
Minister. The crowd then ap
pointed a delegation which visi
ted the legation and presented
a resolution asking American
sympathy and protection from
the Allies. The minister prom
ised to forward the resolution
to Washington. He has been
asked to permit the legation to
take charge of Austrian, Bulga
rian and Turkish interests if
Greece declares war.
Bucharest:Roumanians have
resumed the offensive in the re
gion of Predeal driving back the
Teutons on the Transylvania
tide of the border. Teutonic at
tacks along the entire Carpath
iaa front failed ta penetrate the
Entente lines.
I
London.Lord Derby today
in a speech indicated that con
Ascription would not be put into
effect immediately in Ireland.
Petrograd: Heavy attacks
continue in Galicia where Teu
tonic counter attacks were re
pulsed, notably around Korynit
za
The Russians in Turkish Ar
menia repulsed seven Turkish
attacks against Sudinag Moun
tain.
Rome:The Italians have
broken the last of the Austrian
lines betweenCosmagnon Roite
and have stormed the Austrian
lines north of the summit of
Mount Pasubio.
Berlin:French attacks near
Morval and Ra^court were re
pulsed after heavy fighting. Bri
tish and French attacks near
Courcellette Thiepval and
Bouchavesnes also failed. j
Mobile, Alabama:The tro
pical hurricane has passed in
I land. Its velocity was recorded
j at no miles an hour. There
was but little damage here,
however Radio communication
has been re established between
here and Swan Island which had
been cut off since Saturday.
The damage at Swan Island
was comparatively small as the
three wireless towers had been
dismantled.
:o:
October 19th, 1916.
London, 17th:Volhynia,
Galicia and Transylvania are
still the points where the
heaviest fighting is taking
place.
Along the Somme front. In
France, bombardments alone
have prevailed except to the
west of Belloy Esanterre
where tlieGermans threw two
attacks against the French,
only to be repulsed.
In Macedonia the hostili-
ties have been confined main
ly to patrole engagements &
artillery duels.
Bad weather has set
throughout the Austro-Ital
ian theatre and with snow in
the mountains and rain in
the valleys no fighting of
moment has taken place.
. Ml 1
Continuing their violent
efforts in Galicia the Austro-
Germans according ioi both
Berlin and Vienna have ta
ken trenches over a front of
ii miles from the Russians
and made prisoners 30 offi-
cers an4 1119 men. West of
Lutsk in Volhynia the Rus-
sians attacked violently
many times, according to
Vienna, but were repulsed
everywhere with great losses.
In the Southern Carpathi-
ans near Donawatra addi
tional heights have been ta
ken from the Russians by the
Teutonic Allies, according to
Berlin.
In Transylvania the Rou-
manians fighting near the
border passes continue'tena
ciously to hold back the
Austro-Germans everywhere.
In the Ural Valley they have
driven the invaders back
across the Roumanian bor
der.
Athens, 17:Marines from
the ships of the Entente Pow
ers to the number of about
1.000 have been landed at
Piraeus and have occupied
the railway center at Piraeus
and several buildings in Ath
ens. Immediately this became
known the streets of Athens
swarmed with Greek franti-
cally cheering King Constan
tin and chanting the Greek
national anthem.
Great crowds marched
through the streets and thou
sands gathered in the neigh-
bourhood of Post Office
Square. The War Minister or
dered out Greek troops and
marines to guard every ap
proach to the square in or
der to prevent any clash be
tween Greek civilians and
I '
i



-J a
the French whooccupied that
section. To avoid any inci
dent or accident capable of
starting strife a complete
cordon wns drawn about the
marines. It is impossible to
predict vvheather trouble can
be avoided during the night.
The Greek government Is ful
ly alive to the fact that
Greece's fate hangs on the
prevention of further mea
sures on the part of the
French commander.
Earlier in the day a review
Jfiaby King Constantin of the
""sailors belonging to the ves
dJosels of the Greek navy which
sJ were taken possession of by
*o *the Entente Allies was made
snathe occasion of an immense
'{'royalist demonstration.
J 'Crowds paraded the street
^'carrying life-sized portraits
vlJfof tke sovereign and wild
oi ly cheering for the monarch.
b-^Tbe Minister of Marine read
tttfeO order of the, day praising
-"l*he loyalty of the sailors and
iblcomplimenting them on their
r>' Conduct under most trying
91'Jcircumstances. After the cere-
Gi Jmony the king assembled the
officers about him and ad
|Jdressed them personally ex
^''pressing pride that they had
""scorned offers of money and
^'honours and had remained
"'faithful to their oath and
9V,itheir country. He gave his
>' word that he would stand by
locthern to the end against what
ever consequences their loyal
ty might entail.
jjjq-j The king issued the follow
v/oVB order of the day:-
Ji/oc' "Officers, Sailorsin these
Ji; feours when stricken andwith
hjiteleeding hearts each moment
twm09 new wounds deep in our
rli/souls which so short a time
smftgowere proud in united and
an'>yictoridus Greece my govern-
.i-incut has been oblidged to
nsJOrder you to leave the ships
>i93pon which brought the
news of the freeing of our li-
jjgjberated brothers. You came
|Jf)with tortured hearts and eyes
f[jwet 'with tear9. every man
Southern Carpathians is still in
progiess. All efforts of the Austro-
German forces have been beaten
biirk.
there is no let-up in intensity of
ready to suffer all. May our the struggle in the Transylvantan
be realized and Alp passes leading to Rwurpiinia.
The Roumanians reinforceil l>y
Russians checked the progress of
representative of^ the father-
land you love so much, to
which you have given so
much and for which you are
hopes soon
may the hours soon come
when you will be able to re-
turn to your ships. The Holy
Ikcns that have protected
you in the past will protect
you in the future and the
General Von FaIkenheyms armies.
Berlin:The German offensive
yesterday captured Russian tren-
ches on the west bank of the
JStokhod, in Volhynia. Russian al-
, tacks were repulsed near Gubnow
-'
t))$aithful to his oath, to the
J0 s)de of your king. I thank
j)iryou and congratulate you,
qf.Oh, my faithful sailors, I
10'thank you, not only as king
Kjarid chief of the fleet, but as
boa
glorious .flag once in""' with heavy Russian losses,
caught by the winds ofGreek j Pensacola. Florida:SeveraJ ves-
seas will bring hope and con-|sels in the harbour were sunk by
sobrtiotrw hrever Greek 'he topical hurricane. The wind
hearts beat for nation and r^ched a veloc.y of n4 mtlespcr
king".
:o:
October, 20th, 1916.
Via Jamaica.
London, 18:Thf British extend-
ed their front north of Gueudrcourt
and towards Butte de Warlencouit
taking 150 prisoners.
Paris:North of the Somrae the
French took the village of Sailly!
Saillesel and ridges northwest ami j
northeast of the village. South of
the Somme the Germans first line!
was carried on the whole front he- I
tween LaMaisonette and ttiaches.
250 prisoners were taken.
In Macedonia the French captur-
ed enemy trenches to a depth of
400 feet on the right bank of the
Vardar River.
Rome:A squadron of French
and Italian airships have bombard-_
ed Austrian warships and works at"
R.ovigno and Punta Salvora.
Bucharest:In the Predeal re-
gion south of Kronstadt the Ron-
manians have resumed the offen-
sive and --re driving back the Teu-
tonic forces on the Transylvania
side of the border.
Via Key West.
Paris: It is reported that the
Serbians have lecaptured the town
of Brod in the Cerna River region.
On the Somme front the French
withstood seyeral German counter-
attacks and extended their gains
between Biabhes and LaMaisonette
in the direction of Peronne.
Berlin: British attacks on six
and a half mile front between Le
Sars and Morval, in the Somme re-
gion, yesterday w*re generally un-
successful.
French advances between Biac
hes and LaMaisonette are unim-
portant.
London:East of Vardar-Dorian
sector on the Macedonian front
Bulgarians attacked the British
right flank but were repulsed.
Petrograd:There is spirited
fighting in Volhynia. No headway
has been made by the Austro-Ger
man forces on the Russian lines.
Teutonic efforts to break through
the Russian-Roumanian lines in
1 the Dornawatra region in the
Notice
THIS is to inform my
Patrons and the Public,
that I have opened my
Public Black Smith Shop;
and am now ready to do
anything in the line fo Gene
ral repair or new work Horse-
shoeing a specialty. All work
done Mechanicallv
P. A. HUYLER
FOR SALE
A fine American Mare.
No reasonable offer declined.
Three months approved note
acceptable.
VV. C. B; JOHNSON.
Nassau, N. P.,
Oct. 18, 1916.
1917
Announcement
"Reo Six"
7 passenger Touring 250
"Reo Four"
5 passenger Touring 205
NOTE.
In July closing the Reo
year 1916 I made a special
offer of 246 on the Reo Six,
7 passenger Touring Car as 1
had done the previous year
on the Reo Four, 5 passenger
Touring, but no one need
confuse these special offers
which are transient, with
regular prices.
. Yours,
J. P. SIMMS, f
Ro Ajenl
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
43 King Street, Nassau.
D
W. A. MATHER
UNDERTAKER
ESIRES to inform his
friends and the Public
that he has just 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 his
care with system and des
pati:h ; and respectfully soli
cits their patronage. Get my
price first and prove thnt
they are the very lowest for
first class work.
LOST
On Sunday last between
Dowdeswell St. and Trinity
Churcha pair of gold rim
spectacles. Finder, kindly re-
turn to TRIBUNE OFFICE.
ICE
THE Bahamas Timber Ob.
begs to draw attention
of the public to the fact that
they are now selling Ice at
their Lumber Office on East
St. City Hours, 6 a.m. to
6 p.m.
There ape
above 40,000 people
of my race in the Bahamas,
therefore why should I worry.
Instead. I shall sim.adv remain,
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 ij a.m.
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