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L. UILBKKT DUl'UCH, Editor and Proprietor. 0FFICK: Corner Shirley & Charlotte Sta Nassau, N. P., B.thamas "PHONE MOL p. O. liOX 168. PUBLISHED DAILY RATES Mon.lay, Wednesday ami Friday— copy 5,1 Jue . 1 1, %  lecopy Id Saturday—single o>py ... ii should taki caution ag't: marints in the Atlantic, the Gttlf of Mexico and the api to the Greater Ant i! Show no unneccessary lights, and high speed in dayI and in bright mfonlight through all ,n W tshington, 13:—The a distui bance in 1 lie vicinil y of Swan Kland in g in nsity. It will 111 ive northward atti nded py strong shifting winds probably of gale fcrce over the east portion of the Gulf of Mexico, Southern Florida and Cuban waters. London, 13th. Governor, Bahamas. Official News:—On the Somme the French have captured the whole village of Saillesel. We captured a thousand yards of < Di my Friday night. Ti day we attacked enemy posil mi both bank's of the Al I Pr< ss reports from hi arquarlers stair that Beaumont I ia m 1 and St. Pierre Dim D, u ith two thousan I 1 isoners iptun d. Th ing %  MI! i nui •near Si 1 re. Then I mui ha activity during the week. lay Ostend harl an enem) warship was ii' >; 111 K d In Dobrudja the enemy re ted. In Macedonia the & rbians defeated the Bulgarians on the Cerna River. Thi re is little charfge on othi 1 fron Another enemy batth ship was tin pedoi d in the North S a. Damage unknovi n (Signed) BONAR LAW. VIA BERMUDA. Paris, nth:—OfficialNorth of the Somme the mil have retaken the great, r part of Saillesel village. In the eastern theatre the Serbians are carrying on a vigorous 1 iffi iisive along I IK I %  ma River. Th< j h tve
  • n. rograd, nth Official —In I rans) Ivania \\ e have captured two commanding heights 55"miles soul! asl ol tra. In Dobrudja Russian a south said continues. The Rou mani ns have assumed the on 1 com idi rabla a of the Transylvania •it. i di>n, 1 ith: Fren< h as serio ; I tacked ol Ham, St. i in, Ti %  r Te Dreu ind 1 1 e blasl furnaces 'i ol Metz, with excellent tits. I. ml n:— The i -'. Pii v ; ; u red by thrust n this m< itiH inui 1. Two t pi ; mgu1 oth *idi re re. %  ma. front in t '' S Pet It is u Field M -hnl M.irl. 1 mil 1 u 1 1 1 brudja undi 1 rous conns. I he Russians havi • I in crossing the 1 1 inube at uth I 11 h i I'hi'l; Sea port oft ia is rein again un fire of : he Ri Fleet. Pa i-: I be recent Serbian victory in M ii. donia was a brilliant one. TI ns ;ind I'u II back two III the Cerna River re Si uthi asl ol \l 11 istir. In the two 1 \li ittll I.OOO pi is "• taken. Berlin:—Teutonic progress conis un ihe Transylvania tx 1 f Roumania. Tlnre townli lured and miner, usatt Roumanians n pulsed. 1.000 *rere taken. Pi trograd: li is officially snili.n ;i majority "f the ;is u hich took part in Fridays b< mbardmenl in the Gull ol Finland were sunkfe^jaji German 6 knot ^^p-do boats. Ron Sixty women and children wi'ip tilled in anaif cad hyan \ustrian taut In n Saturday at love. Berlin: Von M I ', i._s^n is %  til' -session if the 'Tflrenvivoda



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    • • flKfc ' Railw Hostile f. i^^Kliei' >'\ II I,-Il|l)'' Hi I Kibrudja hai 8 been drlvi i back, J3ucharrsi: -The Roumanians 'at^fl^fding iheir own in all day barue northeast Campalung l>ut are retiring undai pressure on the nylii bank of the Alt River. i 11 anna, Sp tin: I !a plain Fr< >lei ick Courtis of lh \ i in' r Columbian arrivi >l w itli the ot i 9 mi n. I nit i was < pi isonei aboard the (ierman submarine U 4') fo six days Afli 1 t lie destruction "f ihe Columbians 1 tats. The ship was I n trthui Patters >n o Bri h steamei Sc itorri 1 was %  pri wner on the U, 49 For eight days. The captain <>( a Norwegian mer, the Fords ten, also was s U. 4qalsod itroyeJ 11 ship II.lit". Berlin: Geitnan forci I I.iy nigltl i nlered ilir 1 1 I of I inland and 1II 1 lively i 11.1v.1l base in R THE MAN WHO MADE GOOD. hav< b" 1 n able In I without deep erao • made public AT days of Li limit Colonel Elking ton. Ihe in. M who made good. i ilom! I' I kin eton wai at Ihe wai in W',11 wii He \\;is ears' sen good work in the South Afri an War. There came in the first tlin e month* oi the wai an unfortunate incident — noth ihg, be it said, to the colonel's Mill dishonour. He was tried by o urt martial and, with the strict severity which must prevail in war, lie was cashiered. "A terrible ending" 11 said "to a long, honourable cari' r!" Bui it was not the end. Colonel Blkingtoq I. I le did not imble; did nnt complain of th sentence passed upon him; but he started a brave attempt to make Ins name afresh. Unable to' SI rve any longer jajfjlln' tanks • f his Own kit^T lie enlisted as a private HI the Fort ign I < %  gion of Franci nd then' he pro 1 W manhood. Titnejffli 1 me he distin hed elf in fi fhting. I hi n there came on 1 si ialIy hot time. All ihe off! were knocked out, KM took the lend of his 1 and exti ice ted it I • danger. He was bndiv •<< • ed and he won r tions Ihe Fr< n Medal* and Cruix de Gu with palm hospital and fi invalided on gii MIIh-, to 1 he Kit e Kin few daj e him bat k his bon l .nd his rank in our own v —Daily Mail. GENER \l. POS1 l >FFICE LI D EP RS ill the p, Offio igs Bank are requi sted to nd in t 1 pass-books for the ann \.:dit. I( posit01 i at th< 0 lands will d< ti> | hooks I I l|triet P master for trai iion Nassau. Just Arrived Enamel Beds, and Springs, Fancy Gojds. and Notions. Shoes. E. C. Griffin. Bay St. and Victoria Ave. The Sea on for the l~ has; .st begun New Bicycle Tyres For Sale UV ['at them n I r you free of charge, New American Bicycles for sale. Moderate Prices. BRUCE fOHNSON 42 King Street, \. [ havi 1 pecial co to! "Winter Panamas >i JOHN CANCINO. WFFCH BUILDING 364 BAY ST. Highest prices paid for Grape Fruit Call and See Theo. P, Knowles '& Co Bicycles for Sa Hire 2 c 1!~' I I ion'1 : dark tt 0 day. I i I.M k of high • %  '' East Bay lgl*6W. A. WEEKS Phone 214 st Bay St. Chas. E. Bethel! Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Ales %  Wines Spirits



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    J. C. Coakley's < Flake Tobacco. This Tobacco made express ly for J. C. Coakley Long leaf, Fine flavor and aroma, Keeps hard and firm. Made to catch the trade of those who know what good' tobacco is and have got tired' of some of the old brands that have gone bad. Give it a trial and you will enjoy smoking like you used to. | Prices 6Jd. per flake—3; dozen flakes at 6d. per flake. Satisfaction guaranteed or money refunded. Just a hint— "The Allies" Jd. Cigars are the best ever, and still at the front and good to the end. J. C. COAKLEY, 304 Bay St. 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, Reo Agent 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 THE London Directory Published Annually E NABLES traders throughout the World to communicate direct with English MANUFACTURERS & DEALERS in each class of goods. Besides being a complete commercial guide to London and its suburbs, the Directory contains lists of EXPORT MERCHANTS with the goods they ship, and the Colonial and Foreign Markets they supply; STEAMSHIP LINES arranged under the Ports to which they sail, and indicating the approximate sailings; PROVINCIAL TRADE NOTIOES of leading Manufacturers, Merchants, etc., in the principal provincial towns and industrial centres of the United Kingdom. A copy of the current edition will be forwarded, freight paid, on receipt of Postal Order for 20*. Dealers seeking Agencies can advertise their trade cards for £1, or larger advertisements from £ J. THE LONDON DIRECTORY CO., LTD. 52 Abchurch Lane, London, E.C. FOR SALE A fine American Mare. No reasonable offer declined. Three months approved note acceptable. W. C. B. JOHNSON. Nassau, N. P., Oct. 18, 1916. TENDERS WILL be received for the rej pairs to Bahama Friendly Society building, addressed to the Chairman of Committee, Mr. John A. Evans (who will also give information respecting repairs required) up to Thursday next, 16th instant. The right is reserved of rejecting any or all of the tenders. By order, THOS. A. EDDEN, Gen. Sec. NOTICE HP HIS is to inform my m Patrons aadjfae Public, that I have ofljfifd 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 Mechanically P. A. HUYLER i T To Pay r 21s. For 100 lbs. RfeE —Is Equivalent To— 47s. Od. -£ %  fop 224 lbs: BUT Our lbO lb. Bags Is Superior Rice. SEE FOR YOURSELF At The New York House Imperial West Indian Assurance Association, LI MI TE D. Authorized Capital £5,000 LOW BATES FOR %  WEEKLY SICK & ACCIDENT BENEFITS and LIFE INSURANCE Prompt and atisfactory Adjustments of Claims. HOME OFFICE: — 264 Day Street, Nassau. Shingles. J UST received from Jacksonville 5 x 19 "Best Cypress at 18s per 1000. No better grade than these on the Market—5 30X "Primes" Cypress at 32s. per 1000. This grade carries our same guarantee as theBests." Any defective shingles can be returned. Alsocheaper grade in stock April6th. 1916 C. C. SAUNDERS. •'The Tribune" Office FOR Commercial and Artistic Printing.



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    "News FOP Everybody" Nulllvia cviidu tua lurare In verb* me.||tstrl Baln bound toaweivr to the DojmM o( no Muster. VOL. XIII N. P.. BB.ho.maa. TUESDAY November 14. 1916 No. Ml World's Increase In Us Of Flour. F LOUR consumption of the world has been increasing at a faster rate in the last sixteen years than in any similar period, says the "Dixie Miller." The twentieth century has wit nessed great strides in the broad ening of white flour consumption. Wheat flour has supplant ed, to some extent, other foods in China, Japan and India, and it is in these countries, rather than in Europe or in North America, that the amount of flour beingconsumed at this time isso much larger than fifteen or twenty years ago, says, "Milling and Grata News." White flour is still an unknown article of food in many parts of China and Japan, farts of South America and Africa are still unacquaint ed with the value of while flour, and the possibilities of enlarg ing the consumption of wheat flour, are such that.it is indeed curious that the possible output of flour mills of the world to day is at least 35 per cent, in excess of consumption. What has been the rate of in crease in recent years? A world authority places the gain at 100. 000,000 bushels annually. This may be a small exaggeration, but the increase in tbe use of flour in China and Japan must not be under-estimated. The United States has shown a large per capita increase S. America & Africa considered at one time very small consumers of flour, are rapidly being converted to the many ue B of white flour Although j^d is still the prin cipal artichrof diet in the Orient, the larger demand for white flour in China and Japan is reflected in the increased pro dllCtion of wheat and the ex tensive additions to the flour mill capacity of these countries. A nnouncemenl Mr. Oscar E. Johnson TAILOR and CLOTHIER B EGS to inform his many Customers that he has just returned from New York where he became a graduate of the Mitchell College of America& 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. (and No. 10 George St.) HuQut .fed 1 All I EL ffl llim I ji wL Sir & -v1 b 1 Wherever wheat is grown and where white flour is made, there is sure to be develpoed a de mand for the "staff of life." This is the case in the Orient. In the next few years flour con sumption there will probably show a bigger gain than in the past. Aside from the larger demand for flour in the Orient, other sections of the world have been us ing the product of wheat more extensively. The percapita gain in Europe has been large, and it is natural to expect that, in the years following the war, European countries will eat more bread than ever before. White bread is a cheap food, and the ravaged countries of Europe, already known as the largest con sinners of floui, will eat more than ever before. The United States per capita consumption of white flour is being augmented by publicity campaigns and food studies. That it is capable of a large increase is indicated by the fact that a number of European coun tries consume an average of more than seven bushels of wheat annually for every person, while the consumption in the United States is barely five and one-half bushels. Still, flour con sumption in this country is now larger than 10 years ago, and the value of white flour is being appreciated more and more every year. There need never be any doubt that the production of wheat will always increase faster than co..sumption. This generation, at least, need bother itself only with means for in creasing the demand for wheat flour. Where wheat is a profit able crop it will always be pro duced. Wheat is profitable to farmers now and has been profit able in the last fewyears. Many parts of the world are adapted to wheat production, and un cultivated sections will be sown to wheat as the dtmand for wheat flour increases. If flour consumption is gaining at the rate of 100,000,000 bushels every year, then wheat 1 induction is easily keeping p;.ce, as indicated by figures on world wheat production to it y and ten years ago. The growing popularity of white flour among the people of the world reflects a better standard of living, as compared with earlier years. There is hardly a home in this country that does not serve white flour to day in some form at very meal, and this is not becarse of its cheepness, but becauM of its value as a food ; r duct. Some day this will be true of all the homes of the world. The product of the wheat berry is a refined food, and any increase in its consumption means a heatlhier and wealthier people. — Journal of Commerce. I


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    "News Fop Everybody"
    Nulllvia cviidu tua lurare In verb* me.||tstrl
    Baln bound toaweivr to the DojmM o( no Muster.
    VOL. XIII
    N. P.. BB.ho.maa. TUESDAY November 14. 1916
    No. Ml
    World's Increase In
    Us Of Flour.
    FLOUR consumption of the
    world has been increasing
    at a faster rate in the last six-
    teen years than in any similar
    period, says the "Dixie Miller."
    The twentieth century has wit
    nessed great strides in the broad
    ening of white flour consump-
    tion. Wheat flour has supplant
    ed, to some extent, other foods
    in China, Japan and India, and
    it is in these countries, rather
    than in Europe or in North Am-
    erica, that the amount of flour
    beingconsumed at this time isso
    much larger than fifteen or
    twenty years ago, says, "Milling
    and Grata News." White flour
    is still an unknown article of
    food in many parts of China and
    Japan, farts of South America
    and Africa are still unacquaint
    ed with the value of while flour,
    and the possibilities of enlarg
    ing the consumption of wheat
    flour, are such that.it is indeed
    curious that the possible output
    of flour mills of the world to
    day is at least 35 per cent, in
    excess of consumption.
    What has been the rate of in
    crease in recent years? A world
    authority places the gain at 100.
    000,000 bushels annually. This
    may be a small exaggeration,
    but the increase in tbe use of
    flour in China and Japan must
    not be under-estimated. The
    United States has shown a large
    per capita increase S. America
    & Africa considered at one time
    very small consumers of flour,
    are rapidly being converted to
    the many ue B of white flour
    Although j^d is still the prin
    cipal artichrof diet in the Or-
    ient, the larger demand for
    white flour in China and Japan
    is reflected in the increased pro
    dllCtion of wheat and the ex
    tensive additions to the flour
    mill capacity of these countries.
    A nnouncemenl
    Mr. Oscar E. Johnson
    TAILOR and CLOTHIER
    BEGS to inform his many Customers that he has just returned
    from New York where he became a graduate of the Mitchell
    College of America& 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.
    (and No. 10 George St.)
    HuQut .fed 1 All I EL ffl llim I ji wL Sir & -v- 1 !b 1
    Wherever wheat is grown and
    where white flour is made, there
    is sure to be develpoed a de
    mand for the "staff of life."
    This is the case in the Orient. In
    the next few years flour con
    sumption there will probably
    show a bigger gain than in the
    past.
    Aside from the larger demand
    for flour in the Orient, other sec-
    tions of the world have been us
    ing the product of wheat more
    extensively. The percapita gain
    in Europe has been large, and it
    is natural to expect that, in the
    years following the war, Euro-
    pean countries will eat more
    bread than ever before. White
    bread is a cheap food, and the
    ravaged countries of Europe, al-
    ready known as the largest con
    sinners of floui, will eat more
    than ever before.
    The United States per capita
    consumption of white flour is
    being augmented by publicity
    campaigns and food studies.
    That it is capable of a large in-
    crease is indicated by the fact
    that a number of European coun
    tries consume an average of
    more than seven bushels of
    wheat annually for every person,
    while the consumption in the
    United States is barely five and
    one-half bushels. Still, flour con
    sumption in this country is now
    larger than 10 years ago, and
    the value of white flour is being
    appreciated more and more
    every year.
    There need never be any
    doubt that the production of
    wheat will always increase fas-
    ter than co..sumption. This
    generation, at least, need bother
    itself only with means for in
    creasing the demand for wheat
    flour. Where wheat is a profit
    able crop it will always be pro
    duced. Wheat is profitable to
    farmers now and has been profit
    able in the last fewyears. Many
    parts of the world are adapted
    to wheat production, and un
    cultivated sections will be
    sown to wheat as the dtmand
    for wheat flour increases. If
    flour consumption is gaining at
    the rate of 100,000,000 bushels
    every year, then wheat 1 induc-
    tion is easily keeping p;.ce, as
    indicated by figures on world
    wheat production to it y and
    ten years ago.
    The growing popularity of
    white flour among the people
    of the world reflects a better
    standard of living, as compared
    with earlier years. There is
    hardly a home in this country
    that does not serve white flour
    to day in some form at very
    meal, and this is not becarse of
    its cheepness, but becauM of
    its value as a food ; r duct.
    Some day this will be true of
    all the homes of the world. The
    product of the wheat berry is a
    refined food, and any increase in
    its consumption means a heatlh-
    ier and wealthier people.
    Journal of Commerce.
    I


    L. UILBKKT DUl'UCH,
    Editor and Proprietor.
    0FFICK:
    Corner Shirley & Charlotte Sta
    Nassau, N. P., B.thamas
    "PHONE MOl p. o. liOX 168.
    PUBLISHED DAILY
    RATES
    Mon.lay, Wednesday ami Friday
    copy ......... 5,1
    Jue 1 1, lecopy Id
    Saturdaysingle o>py ... ii Weekly ............ y\
    Moi.thlv ............Is. 5,1
    yOartetly............., .
    HalfYea.lv............qS.
    Nearly ............lgs.
    1'AYAIiLK IN ADVANCE
    Sdi I pence pai line
    I tinsertion; thrae pence per line
    ' nnj per
    ibsqueatiii
    ____________
    near the river Anne. Two
    thousand prisoners is a big
    haul for the beginning of an
    operation. We hope that the
    number may be materially
    augmented.
    ;o:
    The sch.MLady shea" ar-
    rived from Kingston, Jamaica
    on Saturday evi nil g about 9
    o'clock after a v< ry rough trip
    of 1 brought 25
    ! dischai g< d soldiers.
    The Ward Line S. S. "Es-
    I peranza"arrived in New York
    erday evening.
    NOTICEWktn "Cm or
    Art. or ,':..
    may-
    . 1
    itk the
    mod. (ir jn
    "'' .
    that the I
    portance u van
    Zbc tribune
    Tuesday Nov. 14th 1916.
    Apjiarently the best news
    from the Front is'the recov-
    ery of the Uusso-Roumanian
    forces. In the Dobrudja, our
    Allies arc sending back Von
    Mackensen in fine style. On
    the Transylvanian border the
    Roumanians have resumed
    the offenisve and tin Russians
    have come fifty miles into
    Transylvania from Btikovina,
    on the north. Italy is appar-
    ently getting ready for an-
    other of li r advances towards
    Trieste. A recent wireless
    me- ,m Greece she
    us that Hi" Y. nezilists are
    territory from the
    As to whether
    Civil War will become the
    order of tin day in that un-
    happy country, outsiders are
    scarcely in a position to say.
    But the power that Roua
    ia is able to put forth m
    mu h In our cause, and
    may well take courage from
    the lid n js from thai quai
    Sin e writing the
    the news comes that the Bri-
    tish h ive started another big
    forward movement this time
    \ 1 irmi 1 m email way waJked
    . into tlii' offi es uf < me of out Bre-ii -
    incf companies and intimated
    that ha wished to insure his barn
    and .1 oupll ks.
    "Wh il I icilties I. ive j 011 1
    tinguishing a fire in youi villai
    inquired the superintendent 1 :
    t.
    I be man d his hi a
    poni. 1 '.: e miller of .1 lit-
    tle while. Eventu illy I ired:
    "Well, it a imetimes rain."
    Tit-Bits,
    A friend met a chcciful Irish
    citizen who had plainly suffered
    some hard km i
    "Well, Pat, how are you getting
    j?" he inquired.
    "Oh, Oi'm bard up yet; but Oi
    have 1 fine Job in Honnolulee, and
    fare paid: 'i tail to-morry."
    "Sine, man, you'll never he able
    to work there. I he temperatuic is
    a 100 in the shade.''
    Pat had endured too much cheer-
    fully to be discouraged.
    "Well," he replied, hopefully,
    "Oi'll oot be workin' in tb' sb
    all th' tune."
    Telegrams
    itth November, 1916,
    War Warning- >
    should taki caution
    ag't: marints in the At-
    lantic, the Gttlf of Mexico and
    the api to the Greater
    Ant i!
    Show no unneccessary lights,
    and high speed in day-
    I and in bright mfonlight
    through all ,n
    W tshington, 13:The
    a distui bance in 1 lie vicinil y
    of Swan Kland in g in
    nsity. It will 111 ive north-
    ward atti nded py strong
    shifting winds probably of
    gale fcrce over the east por-
    tion of the Gulf of Mexico,
    Southern Florida and Cuban
    waters.
    London, 13th.
    Governor,
    Bahamas.
    Official News:On the
    Somme the French have cap-
    tured the whole village of
    Saillesel. We captured a
    thousand yards of < Di my
    - Friday night. Ti day
    we attacked enemy posil
    mi both bank's of the Al
    I Pr< ss reports from hi arquar-
    lers stair that Beaumont I ia
    m 1 and St. Pierre Dim d,
    u ith two thousan I 1 isoners
    iptun d. Th ing
    mi!inui - near Si 1 re.
    Then I mui ha
    activity during the week.
    lay Ostend harl
    ' an enem) warship was
    ii' >; 111 K d
    In Dobrudja the enemy re
    ted.
    In Macedonia the & rbians
    defeated the Bulgarians on
    the Cerna River. Thi re is
    little charfge on othi 1 fron
    Another enemy batth ship
    was tin pedoi d in the North
    S a. Damage unknovi n
    (Signed)
    BONAR LAW.
    VIA BERMUDA.
    Paris, nth:Official-
    North of the Somme the
    mil have retaken the
    great, r part of Saillesel vil-
    lage. In the eastern theatre
    the Serbians are carrying on
    a vigorous 1 iffi iisive along I Ik
    I ' ma River. Th< j h tve
  • en the Bulgarians from
    tr mglj fortified posil ions
    and captured 51 o prisim\ is,
    ten guns and ten machine
    guns.
    On the morningof Ihe K th
    November 1 n Hi itish
    at roplanes bombarded the
    stepl works at Frocklingen,
    northwest of Saarbruken, d
    ing s- rious damage to
    buildings. Threeenemyai ro
    plai ere engaged and
    driven down On the Foll< i -
    ing night eight of our aero
    I 1 in< s again bombarded
    e works and several nresj
    e observed. 'Mm ma
    chines returned sa^^
    The S rbians on Ihe Mace
    nian front soittpu st gf
    Monastir have nTm. ted a
    further defeal on tl 1 Bui
    i 1 ins. All of Culse Hill and
    the village of Polog are now
    in th 1 >n.
    rograd, nth Official
    In I rans) Ivania \\ e have
    captured two commanding
    heights 55"miles soul! asl ol
    tra. In Dobrudja
    Russian a south
    said continues. The Rou
    mani ns have assumed the
    on 1 com idi rabla
    a of the Transylvania
    it.
    i di>n, 1 ith: Fren< h as
    serio ; I tacked
    ol Ham, St.
    i in, Ti r Te
    ' Dreu
    ind 11 e blasl furnaces
    'i ol Metz, with excellent
    tits.
    I. ml n: The
    i -'. Pii
    v ; ; u red by
    thrust "
    n this m< itiH
    inui 1. Two t pi
    ; mgu-
    1 oth *idi re re.

    ma. front in t!'' S
    Pet It is u
    Field M -hnl
    M.irl. 1 mil 1! u
    1 11 brudja undi 1 rous con-
    ns. I he Russians havi
    I in crossing the 11 inube at
    uth I 11 h i
    I'hi'l; Sea port oft ia is re-
    in again un fire of
    : he Ri Fleet.
    Pa i-: I be recent Serbian vic-
    tory in M ii. donia was a bril-
    liant one. TI ns ;ind I'u I-
    I back two
    . iii the Cerna River re
    Si uthi asl ol \l 11 istir. In the two
    1 \- li ittll I.OOO pi is "
    taken.
    Berlin:Teutonic progress con-
    is un ihe Transylvania tx
    1 f Roumania. Tlnre town- li
    lured and miner, usatt
    Roumanians n pulsed. 1.000
    *rere taken.
    Pi trograd: li is officially sn-
    ili.n ;i majority "f the
    ;is u hich took part in
    Fridays b< mbardmenl in the Gull
    ol Finland were sunkfe^jaji German
    6 knot ^^p-do boats.
    Ron Sixty women and child-
    ren wi'ip tilled in anaif cad hyan
    \ustrian taut In n Saturday at
    love.
    Berlin: Von M I ',i._s^n is til'
    -session if the 'Tflrenvivoda



    flKfc ' Railw Hostile f.
    i^^Kliei' >'\ II I,-Il|l)'' Hi
    I Kibrudja hai 8 been drlvi i back,
    J3ucharrsi: -The Roumanians
    'at^fl^fding iheir own in all day
    barue northeast Campalung l>ut
    are retiring undai pressure on the
    nylii bank of the Alt River.
    i 11 anna, Sp tin: I !a plain Fr< >l-
    ei ick Courtis of lh \ i
    in' r Columbian arrivi >l w itli the
    ot i 9 mi n. I nit i
    was < pi isonei aboard the (ierman
    submarine U 4') fo six days Afli 1
    tlie destruction "f ihe Columbians
    1 tats. The
    ship was I
    n trthui Patters >n o
    Bri h steamei Sc itorri 1 was
    pri wner on the U, 49 For eight
    days. The captain <>( a Norwegian
    mer, the Fords ten, also was s
    U. 4qalsod itroyeJ
    11 ship II.lit".
    Berlin: Geitnan
    forci I I.iy nigltl i nlered ilir
    1 1 I of I inland and 1II 1 lively
    i 11.1v.1l base in r
    The Man Who
    Made Good.
    hav< b" 1 n able
    I- n I without deep erao
    made public
    at days of
    Li limit Colonel Elking
    ton. Ihe in. m who made good.
    i ilom! I' I kin eton wai at
    Ihe wai in
    W',11
    wii He \\;is
    ears'
    sen good
    work in the South Afri an
    War. There came in the first
    tlin e month* oi the wai an
    unfortunate incident noth
    ihg, be it said, to the colonel's
    Mill dishonour. He was
    tried by o urt martial and,
    with the strict severity which
    must prevail in war, lie was
    cashiered. "A terrible ending"
    11 said "to a long, honour-
    able cari' r!" Bui it was not
    the end. Colonel Blkingtoq
    I. I le did not
    imble; did nnt complain of
    th sentence passed upon him;
    but he started a brave at-
    tempt to make Ins name
    afresh. Unable to' SI rve any
    longer jajfjlln' tanks f his
    Own kit^T lie enlisted as a
    private hi the Fort ign I <-
    gion of Franci nd then' he
    pro 1 W manhood.
    Titnejffli 1 me he distin
    hed elf in fi fhting.
    I hi n there came on 1 si ial-
    Iy hot time. All ihe off!
    were knocked out, KM
    took the lend of his 1
    and exti ice ted it I
    danger. He was bndiv <<
    ed and he won r
    tions Ihe Fr< n
    Medal* and Cruix de Gu
    with palm
    hospital and fi in-
    valided on
    gii mi- Ih-,
    to 1 he Kit e Kin
    few daj e him bat k
    his bon l .nd his rank in
    our own v *
    Daily Mail.
    GENER \l. POS1 l >FFICE
    LI
    DEP RS ill the p, '
    Offio igs Bank are
    requi sted to nd in t1
    pass-books for the ann
    \.:dit.
    I( posit01 i at th< 0
    lands will d< ti> |
    hooks I I l|- triet P
    master for trai iion
    Nassau.
    Just Arrived
    Enamel Beds,
    and Springs,
    Fancy Gojds.
    and Notions.
    Shoes.
    E. C. Griffin.
    Bay St. and Victoria Ave.
    The Sea on for the l~ has; .st begun
    New Bicycle Tyres
    For Sale
    UV ['at them n I r you free
    of charge,
    New American
    Bicycles for sale.
    Moderate Prices.
    BRUCE fOHNSON
    42 King Street, \.
    [ havi 1 pecial co to!
    "Winter Panamas
    >i
    JOHN CANCINO.
    Wffch Building 364 Bay St.
    Highest prices paid for
    Grape Fruit
    Call and See
    Theo. P, Knowles '& Co
    Bicycles for Sa
    Hire
    2 c
    1!~' I
    I ion'1 : dark tt 0 day. I i
    i.m k of high ''
    East Bay
    lgl*6-
    W. A. WEEKS
    Phone 214 st Bay St.
    Chas. E. Bethel!
    Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
    Ales

    Wines
    Spirits



    J. C. Coakley's
    < Flake Tobacco.
    This Tobacco made express
    ly for J. C. Coakley
    Long leaf, Fine flavor and
    aroma, Keeps hard and firm.
    Made to catch the trade of _
    those who know what good'
    tobacco is and have got tired'
    of some of the old brands that
    have gone bad.
    Give it a trial and you will
    enjoy smoking like you used
    to. |
    Prices 6Jd. per flake3;
    dozen flakes at 6d. per flake.
    Satisfaction guaranteed or
    money refunded.
    Just a hint"The Allies"
    Jd. Cigars are the best ever,
    and still at the front and good
    to the end.
    J. C. COAKLEY,
    304 Bay St.
    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,
    Reo Agent
    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
    THE
    London Directory
    Published Annually
    ENABLES traders throughout the
    World to communicate direct with
    English
    MANUFACTURERS & DEALERS
    in each class of goods. Besides being a
    complete commercial guide to London
    and its suburbs, the Directory contains
    lists of
    EXPORT MERCHANTS
    with the goods they ship, and the Colo-
    nial and Foreign Markets they supply;
    STEAMSHIP LINES
    arranged under the Ports to which they
    sail, and indicating the approximate
    sailings;
    PROVINCIAL TRADE NOTIOES
    of leading Manufacturers, Merchants, etc.,
    in the principal provincial towns and
    industrial centres of the United Kingdom.
    A copy of the current edition will be
    forwarded, freight paid, on receipt of
    Postal Order for 20*.
    Dealers seeking Agencies can advertise
    their trade cards for 1, or larger adver-
    tisements from J.
    The London Directory Co., Ltd.
    52 Abchurch Lane, London, E.C.
    FOR SALE
    A fine American Mare.
    No reasonable offer declined.
    Three months approved note
    acceptable.
    W. C. B. JOHNSON.
    Nassau, N. P.,
    Oct. 18, 1916.
    TENDERS
    WILL be received for the rej
    pairs to Bahama Friendly So-
    ciety building, addressed to the
    Chairman of Committee, Mr.
    John A. Evans (who will also
    give information respecting re-
    pairs required) up to Thursday
    next, 16th instant. The right is
    reserved of rejecting any or all
    of the tenders.
    By order,
    THOS. A. EDDEN,
    Gen. Sec.
    Notice
    HP HIS is to inform my
    m
    Patrons aadjfae Public,
    that I have ofljfifd 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 Mechanically
    P. A. HUYLER
    iT
    To Pay
    r
    21s. For 100 lbs. RfeE
    Is Equivalent To
    47s. Od. - fop 224 lbs:
    BUT
    Our lbO lb. Bags
    Is Superior Rice.
    SEE FOR YOURSELF
    At The New York House
    Imperial West Indian
    Assurance Association,
    LI MI TE D.
    Authorized Capital 5,000
    --------------- LOW BATES FOR-------------
    WEEKLY SICK & ACCIDENT BENEFITS
    and LIFE INSURANCE
    Prompt and atisfactory Adjustments of Claims.
    Home Office:264 Day Street, Nassau.
    Shingles.
    JUST received from Jacksonville 5 x 19 "Best Cypress at 18s
    per 1000. No better grade than these on the Market5 30X
    "Primes" Cypress at 32s. per 1000. This grade carries our
    same guarantee as theBests."
    Any defective shingles can be returned.
    Alsocheaper grade in stock
    April6th. 1916 C. C. SAUNDERS.
    'The Tribune" Office
    FOR
    Commercial and Artistic Printing.


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