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— — vanced several miles into Transylvania. licrlin:—Further gains hane been made by the forces of the Central Powers in Dobrudja. The Roumanians have blown up the Tchernavoda bridge. The admiralty announces that in the month of Septem* ber i 4 r hostile merchantmen with tonnage of 182.000 have been sunk or brought in by submarines of the Central powers or destroyed by mines 13 captains of hostile ships were taken, 39 neutral ships of 72.600 tonnage were sunk for carrying contraband. Via Jamaica. London:—The French have regained virtually all the ground lost in the second battle of Verdun accomplish mg in a single day what took the Germans nearly two months. North of Verdun the enemy delivered three successive counter attacks in the flegidh of Hiiudremont. The French front was maintained intact. The number of unwounded prisoners actually counted exceeded 4500. Bucharest:—At Oittiz the enemy has been repulsed be yond the frontier. In the reg ion of the Vulcan Pass we have ceded a little.ground. We have retreated north of Tchernavoda in Dobrudja.At other points there is no change. I'etrograd:—In the fighting of October 21st twenty battalions of Austrian infantry wnich took part in the attack against Russian forces at Kirlbaba in the Carpathians were cut to pieces. Saloniki:—The Bulgarians and Germans who attacked the Serbians were heavily repulsed in the Vardar district. The Ser. bianscounter attacked and cap tured Bulgarian first line tren dies, also taking some prison ers. LJA nnouncemenU Mr. Oscar E. Johnson TAILOR and CLOTHIER r D l.GS to inform his many Customers that he has just returned W from New York where he became a graduate of the Mitchell College of AmerkuSc was awarded a DIPLOMA of efficiency in the several branches of Tailoring. Modern Technique and Cutting eing his specialty. This 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, Market St. 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. HITLER Advertise in The Tribune. FOR SALE "Peerless" 7 passenger MOTOR CAR A good investment for any one who contemplates rent ing car during the winter months. To be sold at a moderate price. 4 Apply to WALTER K. MOORE There are above 40,000 people of my race in the Bahamas, therefore why should I worry. Instead. I shall simply 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 11 a.m. THE LEOPARD cannot change his spots, but the removal of spots and blemishes from clothes is ;: SUrcd if BuNUOHT SOAP is used. As the Leopard's eyes yleam in the darkness of the night, so clothes wa-lied with StWLlGHT SOAP gleam white and pure in the brilliantlight of day. Unlike the Leopard's jaws, which are formed to destroy, SUNLIGHT SOAP is created to •preserve. It preserves your clothes and household linden, and makes them last longer. SUNLIGHT SOAP is guaranteed pure, and will not injure the finest fabric. BUY IT. Shingles. JUST received from Jacksonville 5x19 "Best Cvpr^ .,„"' IOOa No bcltcr R rade tlian these " the SknWt I rimes' Cypress at 32s. per 1000. same guarantee as the Bests." A n >" defective shinies can be returned. Alsocheaper grade in stock April6th. 1916 c. C. SAUNDERS. at 18s ~5 3 f, x This grade carries our <



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"News FOP Everybody'* 1 Nulltvia ekddlcttia |\irnre tr\ vly as a counter to the advance of tlio Teutons in the Dobrodja region, the French have smashed tlie Gcrmotl line north and northeast' of Verdun over a front of four and one third miles penetrating it along its entire lngth, in the center to a depih of nearly two miles. PieceeeAl by a violent bomhard. menfsi/tMas marled the great at. tacks arm 1 ounter-attaeks during the days WIK n Verdun was the center of interest the offensive was rV livered approximately from the eastern bank of the Mouse River near Bras east ward to the Damloup Battery. When night fell the village and Fort l)"uimont in the centre were in the hands of the French while on their left wing they had pn forward beyond Thiamont and captured the riaudremont Quarry and taken up positions alpng the Bras-Douamont road. On their right wmgconsiderable progress ilto had been made frenn Douamopl to Damloup. More than 3600 prisoners and quantities of %  rat material were captured. Berlin, 24:—The capture of Constanza is the hardest blow Rpu mania has received during the entire campaign. Through it Jhey have lost their largest seaport, a poll noted in international trade for its shipments of grain and petroleum. Simultaneously the RouiaiM lost ih.ir main line of communication with Russia by way of the Black Sea, a loss which is hound to have a far-reaching consequence for Rountania in carrvmg on her military operations. The raiKvny line from Constanza to Tchernnvoda is alrendy partly in the hands of the forces of Von Mac ken sen. East of Murfatlar this line has alre idy been croasd hy the attacking a r miesand us lelt wing is approaching Tchernnvoda. I he encircling movement of the Teutonic fosces at 1 lermannstadt chaogtd the Transylvania adventures of the Roumanians into a speedy and complete defeat. In the same way the capture of Constansi and the interruption of, railway communication for Rnumania o 0stitutes a decisive blow to them in the Dobrudja theatre. The advance planned by the Russians and Roumanian! through Dobrtio'ja against the Bulgarians and between Sofii and Constantinople has thus been frustrated. London, 24: -The British in the Somme region are saying that if the Germans ordered the weather it could not have suited their p.irpose.better than during the last two days of persistent rnin which ii.is turned shell craters into howls and made trench rides fall in. It kept every stitch of clothing of the men in the front line saturated and made the field across which charges have been made as slippery si Class. Artillery preparations necry for attack are impossible without visibility and visiOilitv is so low that tanks will have to 'use I

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Publication Date: Friday, October 27, 1916
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Nulltvia ekddlcttia |\irnre tr\ v Being bound to iwe&r to the Dogma* of no Master.
VOL. XIII
N^m.iu N.P.. Bivhumr.*. FRIDAY October 27.1916 %
No. 297
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and 3,000 bbls. cargo, *
Telegrams
October 26th 1916.
Paris, 24: Switching their dfFen-
live from the Somine region, pos-
sil>ly as a counter to the advance
of tlio Teutons in the Dobrodja re-
gion, the French have smashed tlie
Gcrmotl line north and northeast'
of Verdun over a front of four and
one third miles penetrating it along
its entire lngth, in the center to a
depih of nearly two miles.
PieceeeAl by a violent bomhard.
menfsi/tMas marled the great at.
tacks arm 1 ounter-attaeks during
the days wIk n Verdun was the cen-
ter of interest the offensive was rV
livered approximately from the
eastern bank of the Mouse River
near Bras east ward to the Damloup
Battery.
When night fell the village and
Fort l)"uimont in the centre were
in the hands of the French while
on their left wing they had pn
forward beyond Thiamont and
captured the riaudremont Quarry
and taken up positions alpng the
Bras-Douamont road.
On their right wmgconsiderable
progress ilto had been made frenn
Douamopl to Damloup. More than
3600 prisoners and quantities of
rat material were captured.
Berlin, 24:The capture of Con-
stanza is the hardest blow Rpu
mania has received during the en-
tire campaign. Through it Jhey
have lost their largest seaport, a
poll noted in international trade
for its shipments of grain and pet-
roleum. Simultaneously the Rou-
iaiM lost ih.ir main line of
communication with Russia by
way of the Black Sea, a loss which
is hound to have a far-reaching
consequence for Rountania in car-
rvmg on her military operations.
The raiKvny line from Constanza
to Tchernnvoda is alrendy partly
in the hands of the forces of Von
Mac ken sen.
East of Murfatlar this line has
alre idy been croasd hy the attack-
ing armiesand us lelt wing is ap-
proaching Tchernnvoda.
I he encircling movement of the
Teutonic fosces at 1 lermannstadt
chaogtd the Transylvania advent-
ures of the Roumanians into a
speedy and complete defeat. In the
same way the capture of Constansi
and the interruption of, railway
communication for Rnumania o 0-
stitutes a decisive blow to them
in the Dobrudja theatre.
The advance planned by the
Russians and Roumanian!
through Dobrtio'ja against the
Bulgarians and between Sofii
and Constantinople has thus
been frustrated. '
London, 24: -The British in the
Somme region are saying that if
the Germans ordered the weather
it could not have suited their p.ir-
pose.better than during the last
two days of persistent rnin which
ii.is turned shell craters into howls
and made trench rides fall in. It
kept every stitch of clothing of the
men in the front line saturated and
made the field across which charges
have been made as slippery si
Class. Artillery preparations nec-
ry for attack are impossible
without visibility and visiOilitv is
so low that tanks will have to 'use I fog horns to prevent collisions' less critical. Pctrograd says
when they go wandering across the I the Pressure of Yon Macken-
-ted shell craters. TheGer- sens armies has somewhat
mans in the machine gun positions
need only enough visibility to see
a few hundred yards but about La
Transloy where the British attack-
ed Monday over a narrow fiont and
The situation of the defeat
ed Russian-Roumanian army
sens armies
weakened.
Berlin:Unofficial reports
state that the Entente forces
took 1,000 yards of trenches the ; split into two parts alter the
bloodiest andTiercest kind of fight- j fall of Tcliernavoda some es-
ing has been proceeding. Tuesday leaping across the bridge in
the utter discomfort and mud and u Danube wllile others fled
wet seemed only to make both, .. j t-v u 1; A^
sides mere bitter. Against the j northward in Dobrudja.
British here are the veteran troops 1 parenflv sections reman
of German regiments which tookj in the Black Sea Pi
Fort Vaux and Douamont at Wr-*) |,aVc made a stand against
dun and now are as savage in de- th Bulgarians, (iermans and
tense as they were 111 attack last 1... h ,, c ,. ___
Spring. 1 urks north of the Constanaa
Ottawa, Canada, 24: The I Tchernavnda line. The Kou-
government believes tonight i maniansttuation is consider
that the Canadian Pacific Rail-
way strike scheduled for Wed-
nesday will not take place.
Pressure is being brought on the
men and on the railway officials.
Should an agreement not be
reached between the company
and men the government has
power under the War Pressure
Act to step in and operate the
fail way.
London, 24:The Norwegian
steamer Secundo and the steam-
er Gronhaugh have been sunk.
The Norwegian steamer Edam
ed by Berlin military corn*,
mentators increasingly pre-
carious.
Petrograd:Teutonic pres
sure lias been arrested on
the Transylvania border in
the region of theCarpatfiians.
Near Capul Mountain the.
Russians repulsed Teuton at
tacks.
Paris:The Germans have
ceased counter attacks at
Verdun. French military*^ ri-
has been seized and taken into!te" dccJ'ire thnt ***
Emden.' The Norwegian barque
Cunna has been burned by the
Germans.
October 27th, 1916.
Via Key West.
London:The admiralty
announces that the mine
sweeper Genista, Lieut. Com
tmander John White, was tor-
pedoed by enemy submarine
on October 33rd and sunk.
All officer! and 73 men lost
12 men were saved. When last
seen the ship was sinking but
was still engaged with the
enemy submarine.
of Fort Vaux is momentarily
expected.
In Macedonia new Entente
advances are announced.
French cavalry occupied two
village* in the vicinity of the
Greco-Albanian border.
The Serbians drove the Bui
garians and Germans further
back in the region oT the
Cerna River southeast of
Monastir.
Bucharest:-*-On the
Transylvania border the Rou
manians captured Mom t
Karekharas. South of Bicaz
the Roumanians have ad
V
f



vanced several miles into
Transylvania.
licrlin:Further gains hane
been made by the forces of
the Central Powers in Dob-
rudja. The Roumanians have
blown up the Tchernavoda
bridge.
The admiralty announces
that in the month of Septem*
ber i4r hostile merchantmen
with tonnage of 182.000 have
been sunk or brought in by
submarines of the Central
powers or destroyed by mines
13 captains of hostile ships
were taken, 39 neutral ships
of 72.600 tonnage were sunk
for carrying contraband.
Via Jamaica.
London:The French have
regained virtually all the
ground lost in the second
battle of Verdun accomplish
mg in a single day what took
the Germans nearly two
months.
North of Verdun the enemy
delivered three successive
counter attacks in the flegidh
of Hiiudremont. The French
front was maintained intact.
The number of unwounded
prisoners actually counted
exceeded 4500.
Bucharest:At Oittiz the
enemy has been repulsed be
yond the frontier. In the reg
ion of the Vulcan Pass we
have ceded a little.ground.
We have retreated north of
Tchernavoda in Dobrudja.At
other points there is no
change.
I'etrograd:In the fighting
of October 21st twenty bat-
talions of Austrian infantry
wnich took part in the attack
against Russian forces at
Kirlbaba in the Carpathians
were cut to pieces.
Saloniki:The Bulgarians
and Germans who attacked the
Serbians were heavily repulsed
in the Vardar district. The Ser.
bianscounter attacked and cap
tured Bulgarian first line tren
dies, also taking some prison
ers.
LJ--------
A nnouncemenU
Mr. Oscar E. Johnson
TAILOR and CLOTHIER
r
D l.GS to inform his many Customers that he has just returned
W from New York where he became a graduate of the Mitchell
College of AmerkuSc was awarded a DIPLOMA of efficiency in the
several branches of Tailoring. Modern Technique and Cutting
eing his specialty.
This 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, Market St.
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. HITLER
Advertise in
The Tribune.
FOR SALE
"Peerless" 7 passenger
MOTOR CAR
A good investment for any
one who contemplates rent
ing car during the winter
months.
To be sold at a moderate
price. 4
Apply to
WALTER K. MOORE
There are
above 40,000 people
of my race in the Bahamas,
therefore why should I worry.
Instead. I shall simply 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 11 a.m.
THE LEOPARD
cannot change his spots, but the removal of spots and
blemishes from clothes is ;: SUrcd if BuNUOHT Soap is
used. As the Leopard's eyes yleam in the darkness
of the night, so clothes wa-lied with StWLlGHT Soap
gleam white and pure in the brilliantlight of day. Un-
like the Leopard's jaws, which are formed to destroy,
SUNLIGHT SOAP
is created to preserve. It
preserves your clothes and
household linden, and makes
them last longer. Sunlight
Soap is guaranteed pure,
and will not injure the
finest fabric.
BUY IT.

Shingles.
JUST received from Jacksonville 5x19 "Best Cvpr^
.,"' IOOa No bcltcr Rrade tlian these " the SknWt
I rimes' Cypress at 32s. per 1000.
same guarantee as the Bests."
An>" defective shinies can be returned.
Alsocheaper grade in stock
April6th. 1916 c. C. SAUNDERS.
at 18s
~5 3f,x
This grade carries our
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