<%BANNER%>

PAGE 1

L. OILBKRT DUFUCH, Editor and Proprietor. OFftCK: Corner Shirley & Chariot!* Sla Nassau, N. P., Bahamas 'PHONE 260. P. O. BOX 163. PUBLISHED DAILY RATES Monday, Wednesday and Fridaysingle copy Tuesday, and Thursday—single copy id l-l Saturday—single copy ,|d Weekly V" Monthly IS. 6u like codfish balls, Mr. Pox? The New Lodger: I don't know, |fr>, Stubbins, I never attended any. —Tit-Bin She fin London Saturday Journal); S-j many men nowadays marry far money. You wouldn't marry I me for money, would you, dearest ? | He (absently): N.>, darling I j wouldn't marry you for all tire j money in the world. She : OI> you horrid, horrid wietch Telegrams 20th November, 1916. Via Key West. London:— The FrancoSerbian army captured Mon astir after a fierce battle lasting several days. German and Bulgarian troops are retreating northward in disorder. The allies have seized the railway. Berlin:— M onastir has bi 1 n abandoned by Bulgarian and German forces who took positions to the north after the Allies stormed northeast of Chegal. German and Austro Hungarian troops yesterday despite tenacious resistance forced their way through nar row mountain passes on the Transylvania front into Wallachia plain. Teuton troops pushing be hind the Roumanians in Southeastern Ron mania have reached Orsova Craiova rail road. Since the fir^rM November the Austro Germans on that front have captured 19.000 Ron maninns and 26 fjjpinon. British troops in the Ancre River region of France yeiter day met with Sanguinary revers es. French infantry attacks on St. Pierre Vaast Wood broke down with heavy losses to the attackers. Athens:— SaturdayViceAdmiral Fournet commander of the Anglo French fleet in the Mediaterranean last night presented to the Greek government a note demanding th<' surrender to the En. tente Allies of all arms and ammunition with the exception of 50,000 rifles in artual use by forces ietnaining after the last step of mobilization Pftiograd:-—Roumanians on the Transylvania front yesterday took the offensive agftinsl the Austro Germans in Tirgujuily Valley and captured a series of heights in Jiul ami Alt Valleys. Stiong Teuton forces pushed back the Roumanians a short distance southward, London:—The British steamship I.ady Carrington and the Portuguese Steamer San Niccola have been sunk. Berlin: —According t> advices the Russian casualties since June i-t number 100,621 officers and 202,873 men. Paris: —Extraordinary weather condicons in France during the last 48 hours culminated yesterday in a tidal wive in the Gulf of Marseilles. Many ves els foundered. November 20th, 1916. Via Key West. War Summary, 18th—In Western Wallachia the advance of the Austro-Hungarians continues steadily and Campalung, 80 miles northwest of Bucharest, is almost within grasp 01 the invaders. Battles are taking place within a few miles of Campalung which is at the head of a railway and along a liver that penetrates the plains west of Bucharest, and Petrograd says thai the forces of Von Falkenheym have taken Liresht about five miles northeast of Cam pa. lung Mote than 2.I00 prisoners were taken by the AustroHu'ignrians in the latest operations in WaUff^ia. 1500 alone being captnSsjJpn engagements south of Uotheiitliurni Pass and towards Rimlik. West of Predeal the invaders, Berlin says, broke the Roumanian positions. Rungul Mountain in Moldavia, east of KedjfWTs, has been carried by Bavarian ttoops.



PAGE 1

iSfb town of Barakli oh the ngtu bank of the Struma River has been occupied by British trdtipS. On the Western Macedonian front in the Monastir region Berhn asserts that attacks of the Entente forces were repulsed. The Franco-Serbian offensive in the Cerna Rivar region, Paris asserts, continues with success Several positions were occupied and German-Bulgarian attacks wrre repulsed. The Franco-Ser bians captured 400 prisoners on November 15th. Little activity is reported on the Sonime front the latest two official French statement a repi rt no infantry activity. London claims the extension of the British front along the Ancre east of Beaucou-t. Berlin records the repulse of British at tacks on the northern part of that front Except for the capture of several heights near Jacobeni, Bukowina, neither Petrogrador Berlin reports any great activi ty on the eas'ern front. The British troops delivered another assault on the German line on both banks of the Ancre River today in what is describ ed by the German war office as another attempt to break through. The attack which was preceded by enormous artillery activity failed, according to Girman accounts. The fighting is slill in progre ss near Ouede court south of the river. This action came after British ad vances northeast of Beaumont Hamel and north of Beaucourt last night, according to British statement. Berlin reports that French attacks nearSailly Sail lesel broke down under German (ire. On the Other hand the French report repulse of Ger man attack on French trenches at Biaches. London, 18:—The visit of Baron Burian, Austro llnngari an Foreign Minister to Berlin is stated to have been in crnnec tion with a conference with the German Imperial Chancellor re garding the relations of the two empires with tie United States, according to a despatch under a Berne date given out today 1>> thef^^elessNews. "The ques tiolVmider discussion", avs the despatch, "Was whether the submarine campaign should be continued in its present form with the possibility of a rupture witk.Mie United States, or whe ther'Tt should be modified". | Announcement Mr. Oscar E. Johnson TAILOR and CLOTHIER DLGS to inform his many Customers, that be has just returned *-*' from New York where he became a graduate 01 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.) London, 18: —In a statement made to the Associated Press today Lord Robert Cecil uttered a vigorous protest against Ger many's deportation of Belgians and declared that the people of Belgium hope that American public opinion will show itself, not only in a few days or weeks of protest and criticism, but in stead> pressure upon the inva ders of Belgium to conduct the war against the soldiers of the Allies in the trenches and not against the civilian population who are hopelessly in their power, Lord Robert reviewed the measure! taken by the Allies to provide relief for theBelgians and characterized as a "Lie" what he termed Germany's at tempt to justify its action by saying that England was re sponsilde for unemployment in Belgium. --:o: — 21st November, 1916. London, 2rst. Governor, Bahamas, Officinl News:—In successful Ancre offensive we Captured SfViB thonsmd prisoners ami extended mn tine t<> the outskirts of Grandecourt and Sene. The French repulsed pow< rful attacks north and south of the Sonime. 'I he Serbians and Allies have defeated tlie enemy and occupied Monastir. Despite Stubborn resistance the enemy has made con sidenhle advance in Jiul Valley and Rotlieitiiurm Pas*, There is little change on othei fronts British seaplanes again bombarded Ostend. (Signed) BONAR LAW. Via Key West. London:—The capture of Monastir by General Sarrails army in Macedonia is looked upon by Entente military writers as of notable political importance. The German and Bulgarian forces which evacuated tlit city are still in full retreat and are being relentlessly pur sued. Already several towns well to the north i 1 flour: a lbs. for 11 cts. No.2, 5 cts. per lb. Just added an other shipment of ch Roasted Coffee at is. 3d. a is. 6d. per lb. Do you ko that I have light brown si ar at (320 per bag ol 1 lbs.? Fish is scarce-1 h re large Herrings at 2d. and I. each: Small Herrings Jit per box. XmasHams v rive by 1be next Sti prices will be reasonable. MARTINAS BETHEL Pr TELEPHONE 174P. 0. Box 347aist November 1916.



PAGE 1

J. C. Coakley's Flake Tobacco. This Tobacco made express l.vfor J.C. Coakley Long leaf, Fine flavor and aroma, Keeps hard and firm. Made to catch the trade of those who know what good toba* co is and have got tired of some of the old brands thai have gone bad. dive it a trial and you will enjoy smoking like you used to. Prices-GJd. per flake—3 dozen flakes at 6d. per flake Satisfaction guaranteed 01 money refunded. Just a hint— "The Mlies" id. Cigars are the best ev< r, and stfllat {he front and good to the end. J. C. COAKLEY, 304 Bay -'1 Private School A RE you going to beastar "7* '" a Stick ? Why not try lhompsoa'e Private School ? Terms reasonable. Apply to % TRIBUNE Office. T 1 that Publ and anyt ral rt shoei done NOTICE IIS is to inform my Pa!ions and the Public, I have opened my ic Black Smith Shop; am now readj to do hiog in tin 1 line foGi ne pairor new work Horse Hg a specialty. All work Mechanically P. A. HUYLER W. A. MATHER UNDERTAKER D ESIRES to inform his friends and the Public that he has just received a complete outfit of facilil ii for the business of an under taker, which places him in a position tocarryout Funerals that may be entrusted lo his care with system and des patch ; and respectfully soli (its their patronage. Cut my price fust and prove that they are the very low< st for fust class work. New Bicycle Tyres For Sale We put (hem mi for you free of charge. New American Bicycles for sale. Moderate Prices. BRUCE JOHNSON 42 King Street, Nassau. 1917 Announcement "Reo Six"" 7 passengei Touring £.?50 "Reo Four" 5 passengei Touring 205 NOTE. In July closing the. Reo year IQIG I made a special 'H' 1 of £346 on (he R< o Six, 7 i' s • %  ogei louring Car as I had done thi p year on the Reo Four, 5 passenger routing, but no one ne< d confuse these special offers which are transient, with regular prices. Yours, J. P. SIMMS, Reo Agent "FRENCH ORLENE" absolute!) cures deafness and noises in the head, no matter how severe or longafcmding the case may be. Hundreds I persons w hose Ccises were supposed to be incurable have been permanently cured by this new remedy. This wonderful preparation goes dinet to the actual seat of the trouble, and < nc liox is ample to effectually cure any ordinary case. MRS. BOWB, oi /' rtland ( • says:—"The "Orlen pletel* cured me mttet tv suffering." MISS FRANCIS, f Bradfcrd Birmingham, s.r. "V urnewremi dy h .s been tinmeant ol curing my mother's di ; i f II in ally 2f> ye us. It is in splendid prej *ratloB, and she wishes me t 11 nyi j c jrou bet heal tfi It tbanka. MRS.WILDEofGmt*norS(. Beljast. I am delighted, I tried the Orlene* t>v the head noises ir.is. e I almott rid the hi turned enabliiiL' me t" hear orinary coi venation quite esily. M tonV MAfHARD, ' ie St.. 'Aftei K near1 on earious sn called • : 1 t • find 1 impli red *t such .1 •• cost The'Orient*is indeed .t siden di I 11 •iiirdy." **" %  Every sufferer 1 hould try this new remedy, for there is nothing better at any price. PRICE 4 6 per Box, posl free, with full directions. Address: -ORLENE,' Co., 10, South View, Wailing Street, Dattf >rd, Kent, England. Please mention this paper. The Season for the Hat has just begun FOR SALE -\ line Amu ican Mare. No reasonable offer declined. Three months approve d note acceptable. W. C. 15 JOHNSON. Nassau, N. P., Oct. 18, 1916. I have a spei :,,! 1 1 -i 1 ignnu lit l Winter Panamas n JOHN CANCINO, WEECH BUILDING 364 BAY ST. FOR SALE "Pa rless" 7 ba$seng§T 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 To Pay 21s. For 100 lbs. —Is Equivalent To — RICE 47s=. Od. ifor 224 lb?. BUT Our IOO lb. Bags Is Superior Rice. s^f SEE FOR YOURSELF At The New York Hoqse



PAGE 1

"News For Everybody" S 11111 MM n,|,||, ma ivirnre in veiba mnu'ilrl B*lr\|< bound to awervr to the l)o|inni ol no Master. VOL. XIII NUMHU N.P., Bahnnoi, Tl'ESnAY November 21 |4|6 No. >20 Joffre And His Men. The Victors Of Maurepas. Ceremony Behind The Battle Front. Will I THE FRENCH ARMY, Oct. 14. The pictured! General Joffre presenting medals to a handful of French officers or privates, fresh from the battlefield, is one of tli" com noii|)l;t' es of the war Every on!has seen it —in the cinema theatres In real life it is not a commonplace. It is an inspiration. Even the kissing on both eh 1 kf of the rl :coi il eil men, in l.'iglisli conceptions so quaintly unsoldierlilce, comes a ceremony full "f mean ing. The whole thing is the embodiment of the hrotherl) spirit 1 f Republican Fi ince ai w ir with hei eiieim and u lited in herself. I saw it this morning a day of grey, cloudf stillness, and m irvi lied at the self restraint ol it, the serious sell restraint of conscious strenth in a gi ive em ergency. The sitting was a wul • grassy expanse; with a background of yellowing trees, rath er like a part of the p irl >eyond the Long Water at Hampton Court. Evei \ t*|ing %  1 I <"vei \ one was curiously silent. I he fringe of o ilnokerssp >ke, if they spoke at all. almost in whisp I cept for the whirring of a solitary! •. 01 I uieoverhead, and one or i. A %  %  %  ails of com inin,I from the offii rs, there was hardly a sound, fill sudden ly the band truck up > spirited drum and bugle march, and then the "\lari'hons, marchons!" Of the A *\larscillese," and the General came. THE GENERALISSIMEThere was none of the ordin ary pomp of a military Ci re moiiy in time of peace. I le was in undress uniform and on foot, and accompanied by onlv two oiii 1 IN. I haw n up opposite to him. facing the direction from which he was coming, w< re the heroes "I Maurepas, the 1st Infantry Regiment of the French Armj i iti d recently m the (>n!ersof the Day a long. motionless line of ( louilv grey blue, stretching far away into distance. Walking rathei li avily, but astonishingly quickly for a man of his build, the Generalissime n M u'^ht up to the right II ink of the line and then along it to the far end, without ,-i wool or a gesture ex cept once to salute the regiment il II ig in the central battalion -Mill at this time, and until the General had finally l< ft the ground, there was always the same unbroken deathlj silence Even when he pinned the med all mi the hnasts of the hand full of men drawn up ifl front of the thr< e battalions, .nu\ when h %  di 1 iraii d the dag of the ie gim in ith ^ roix de Guerre, the proud dis'in ti HI won R| Maurep 19. there wa %  not a sound. iein 11], people, ,111 I s ihlieis, they w ere to i ne ir war and death for the ordinary noisy de nionstrations of life Most of the women were in black ; neaih all the men in uniform. The regiment itself, though moment* arily M rtfioa, was straight from | the front and very soon will be I The three men selected *rom the back there again—exactly crowd who came forwai where, the enemy will find out all in good Iirae. Since the offensive on the Somme began, —n — but especially at Maun pa le y nd it, they have been in I \iu thick of one of the thickest fights that even tin's war has seen, and the gaps that death and wounds have left in their ranks are still fresh. There was the sadness of war as well as its gravity and d I i mination in the air, a sadness that even made itself felt in note-, of the vigorous quick step that the band played as the) headed the regiment in the march past, and then took up their position opposite the Saulting base, or ia'her Hie P lint where Lite General was st inding alone. Then the three b itlalioni "f the regiment moved quickly pas) in quartet column, lily and i\ 'hnn rally as if they I u\ been living for months past the corporate life of the barrack square and the para le ground, instead of individual life of the trenches, .-. forest of slender, gleaming bayonets, and long swinging capottt, and martial helmets, And behind them all, bringing up the rear, \\ ith its attendant band of i ill. less /M/I/ICHI-S, one of the guns which finally broke down the stubborn resistance of the enemy. "PAPA" JOFFRE \'.!! %  last of them went by and Hie ( ieneral turned sw;n with a passing salute to the group of \tfaches drawn from ne ok all the count) ies of the Id w ho had been watching the ceremony, a little story about the ("hi. f ( ,f the PreiM h \rmy came into my head which is tome typical of the whole of his relations with the armies of the Republic. lb had called for volunteers for a special air service which meant almost certain death ed and w ie quietly walking v when he stopped th with a word. "Est-ce que Ies i nfanta voi t e la n ort sans i brasser leur papa ?" hi and kissed them each in tu n. The depth or the brotherly and fatherly relations existing in (ha French Army bet\ officers and men has %  <• throughout the war, se< me to be one of the great s of the strength nf our M am morn than ever coir of it now that 1 have s< (ieneralisstme with some f men and have talked to G< de Castlen IU, the gallan l'ie o ffu er who lias l< of Ins own sons in the service of France and her Allies. — "The Time NOTICE. A LL persons having claim against the I of the late Jacob lienj fJetlu I are requested to i the same duly attested, those indi bted to the Estate to make Daymen KENNETH SOLOMi >N\ Attorney for John Ast Executor. IjtD Nov. 1916. GENERAL POST OFFICE, NASSAU, BAHAMA Ijtb. SQVBMBEB, iqt r 'D EPOSITORS in the 1 Office savings Hank are requested to send in tl pass-book, for I lie Btini Audit. I)i posftors at the On; I lands will deliver their books to the District P< master for transmission I ) Nassau.


The Tribune.
ALL ISSUES CITATION THUMBNAILS DOWNLOADS ZOOMABLE PAGE IMAGE
Full Citation
STANDARD VIEW MARC VIEW
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00084249/02750
 Material Information
Title: The Tribune.
Uniform Title: Tribune. (Nassau, Bahamas).
Alternate Title: Nassau tribune
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Tribune
Publication Date: Tuesday, November 21, 1916
 Subjects
Genre: newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: Bahamas
 Notes
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 79, no. 210 (Aug. 3, 1983); title from caption.
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 09994850
oclc - 9994850
System ID: UF00084249:02750

Downloads

This item has the following downloads:

( PDF )

( PDF )

( PDF )

( PDF )


Full Text
"News For Everybody"
S 11111 mm n,|,||, ma ivirnre in veiba mnu'ilrl
B*lr\|< bound to awervr to the l)o|inni ol no Master.
VOL. XIII
Numhu N.P., Bahnnoi, Tl'ESnAY November 21 |4|6
No. >20
Joffre And His Men.
The Victors Of Maurepas.
Ceremony Behind The Battle Front.
Will I THE FRENCH ARMY,
Oct. 14.
The pictured! General Joffre
presenting medals to a handful
of French officers or privates,
fresh from the battlefield, is one
of tli" com noii|)l;t' es of the
war Every on!has seen it in
the cinema theatres In real life
it is not a commonplace. It is
an inspiration. Even the kissing
on both eh 1 kf of the rl :coi il
eil men, in l.'iglisli conceptions
so quaintly unsoldierlilce,
comes a ceremony full "f mean
ing. The whole thing is the
embodiment of the hrotherl)
spirit 1 f Republican Fi ince ai
w ir with hei eiieim and u lited
in herself.
I saw it this morning a day
of grey, cloudf stillness, and
m irvi lied at the self restraint
ol it, the serious sell restraint of
conscious strenth in a gi ive em
ergency. The sitting was a wul
grassy expanse; with a back-
ground of yellowing trees, rath
er like a part of the p irl >eyond
the Long Water at Hampton
Court. Evei \ t*|ing ' 1 I <"vei \
one was curiously silent. I he
fringe of o ilnokerssp >ke, if they
spoke at all. almost in whisp
I cept for the whirring of a
solitary! . 01 I uieoverhead, and
one or i. A ails of com
inin,I from the offii rs, there
was hardly a sound, fill sudden
ly the band truck up > spirited
drum and bugle march, and
then the "\lari'hons, marchons!"
Of the A*\larscillese," and the
General came.
The Generalissime-
There was none of the ordin
ary pomp of a military Ci re
moiiy in time of peace. I le
was in undress uniform and on
foot, and accompanied by onlv
two oiii 1 in. I haw n up opposite
to him. facing the direction
from which he was coming,
w< re the heroes "I Maurepas,
the 1st Infantry Regiment of
the French Armj i iti d recently
m the (>n!ersof the Day a long.
motionless line of ( louilv grey
blue, stretching far away into
distance. Walking rathei
li avily, but astonishingly
quickly for a man of his build,
the Generalissime n M u'^ht
up to the right II ink of the line
and then along it to the far end,
without ,-i wool or a gesture ex
cept once to salute the regiment
il II ig in the central battalion
-Mill at this time, and until the
General had finally l< ft the
ground, there was always the
same unbroken deathlj silence
Even when he pinned the med
all mi the hnasts of the hand
full of men drawn up ifl front of
the thr< e battalions, .nu\ when
h di 1 iraii d the dag of the ie
gim in ith ^ roix de Guerre,
the proud dis'in ti hi won r|
Maurep 19. there wa not a sound.
' iein 11], people, ,111 I s ihlieis,
they w ere to i ne ir war and
death for the ordinary noisy de
nionstrations of life Most of the
women were in black ; neaih
all the men in uniform. The
regiment itself, though moment*
arily M rtfioa, was straight from
| the front and very soon will be I The three men selected *rom the
back there againexactly crowd who came forwai
where, the enemy will find out
all in good Iirae. Since the of-
fensive on the Somme began,
................. n
but especially at Maun pa
le y nd it, they have been in I \iu
thick of one of the thickest
fights that even tin's war has
seen, and the gaps that death
and wounds have left in their
ranks are still fresh.
There was the sadness of war
as well as its gravity and d I i
mination in the air, a sadness
that even made itself felt in '
note-, of the vigorous quick step
that the band played as the)
headed the regiment in the
march past, and then took up
their position opposite the
Saulting base, or ia'her Hie
P lint where Lite General was
st inding alone. Then the three
b itlalioni "f the regiment mov-
ed quickly pas) in quartet
column, lily and i\ 'hnn
rally as if they I u\ been living
for months past the corporate
life of the barrack square and
the para le ground, instead of
individual life of the trenches,
.-. forest of slender, gleaming
bayonets, and long swinging
capottt, and martial helmets,
And behind them all, bringing
up the rear, \\ ith its attendant
band of i ill. less /m/i/ichi-s, one of
the guns which finally broke
down the stubborn resistance of
the enemy.
"Papa" Joffre
\- '.!! last of them went by
and Hie ( ieneral turned sw;n ,
with a passing salute to the
group of \tfaches drawn from
ne ok all the count) ies of the
Id w ho had been watching
the ceremony, a little story
about the ("hi. f (,f the PreiM h
\rmy came into my head which
is tome typical of the whole
of his relations with the armies
of the Republic.
lb had called for volunteers
for a special air service which
meant almost certain death
ed and w ie quietly walking
v when he stopped th
with a word. "Est-ce que Ies
i nfanta voi t e la n ort sans i
brasser leur papa ?" hi
and kissed them each in tu n.
The depth or the brotherly
and fatherly relations existing
in (ha French Army bet\
officers and men has <
throughout the war, se<
me to be one of the great s
of the strength nf our M
am morn than ever coir
of it now that 1 have s<
(ieneralisstme with some f
men and have talked to G<
de Castlen iu, the gallan
l'ie.....offu er who lias l<
of Ins own sons in the service of
France and her Allies.
"The Time
NOTICE.
ALL persons having
claim against the I
of the late Jacob lienj
fJetlu I are requested to i
the same duly attested,
those indi bted to the
Estate to make Daymen
KENNETH SOLOMi >N\
Attorney for John Ast
Executor.
IjtD Nov. 1916.
GENERAL POST OFFICE,
NASSAU, BAHAMA .
Ijtb. SQVBMBEB, iqtr'-
DEPOSITORS in the 1
Office savings Hank are
requested to send in tl
pass-book, for I lie Btini
Audit.
I)i posftors at the On; I
lands will deliver their
books to the District P<
master for transmission I )
Nassau.


L. OILBKRT DUFUCH,
Editor and Proprietor.
OFftCK:
Corner Shirley & Chariot!* Sla
Nassau, N. P., Bahamas
'PHONE 260. P. O. BOX 163.
PUBLISHED DAILY
RATES
Monday, Wednesday and Friday-
single copy
Tuesday, and Thursdaysingle copy id
l-l
Saturdaysingle copy ,|d
Weekly V"
Monthly ........IS. 6 Quarterly ... HalfYearly... ........4* fxl
.........9S.
Yearly .........18s
FAYABLK IN ADVANCK
Advertising Kates :Six pence per line
for first insertion; three pence per line
for second insertion ; and ouepenny per
line for subsquent insertions.
Advertisements under eiuht lines 45.
NOTICE When Correspondence or
Articles are signed with the writer's name
or initials, or with a pseudonym, or are
marked "Communicated," the Editor must
not necessarily be held to be in agreement
with the views therein expressed or with the
mode ofexpression In such instances, or in
the case of "Letters to the Editor" insertion
only means that the majler or point of view
is considered of sufficient ih/if.-: and im-
portance to warrant publication.
Zhe tribune
TUESDAY. November 2l*t.
"Officials are anxious over
the present Submarine situa-
tion. There are fears that the
Teutonic poweis may at any
minute launch a starvation
campaign against England
that would involve the Unit-
ed States." So runs cue of
the telegrams published yes-
terday. l'*nr our part we have
not the slightest doubt that
the "Teutonic powers" have
already attempted to launch
their "starvation campaign."
But whether that attempt
will meet with success is an-
other matter. The agitation
for a ruthless submarine cam-
paign died down with sus-
picious suddenness in Ger-
many, no doubt because the
public there knows well that
the campaign has already be-
gun. However that may be
the Admiralty maintains a
discreet silence on the ques-
tion, a silence, by the way
which seems'to arouse Sus-
picion and uneasiness among
a section of the British pub-
lic. For our part we do not
share those sentiments, al
though we must confess we
should feel much better
pleased if there was a practi-
cal Naval Olficer, such as
"Jacky" Fisher at the Ad-
miralty, instead of an inex-
perienced landsman.
We have the utmost con-
fidence in our Navy, and
dont doubt for a moment its
ability to deal effectively
with any situation that may-
arise. Large numbers of Ger-
man submarines have been
accounted formore than
we are allowed to know
about at present,but it is
evident that Germany can
build these under seas craft
very rapidly, and that the
modern types are larger,
swifter, and more powerfully
armed than their predeces-
sors.
These facts demonstrate
the need of unceasing vigi-
lance, but that we can with
the utmost confidence leave
to our wonderful Navy to ex-
ercise. This latest campaign
of piracy has met with but
little success, and can only
end in the same way as all
the others. Germany sencls
out her new Submarines but
after a few weeks of activity
our Fleets hunt them down
and destroy them. All wa
need is patience and confi-
dence, and we hope that the
time is not far distant when
the Admiralty will be able
to take the public more fully
into its confidence, when we
shall learn the marvels which
our Navy has accomplished.
The Rev. C. A. Dann left
here yesterday evening by
sch. "Lady Shea" on a pas-
torial visit to E*:uma and
Ragged Island.
(Written by an American.)
My England Not my native
laud,
But dear to me as if she were,
How often have I longed to
stand
With those brave hearts who
fight for her !
Mother of Freedom Pledged
to Right!
From Honour's path she
itHmld not stray,
But, sternly faithful, used her
might
To lead mankind the nobler
way.
My England patient, valiant
true !
Nor foes without, nor frauds
within
Will shake her purpose to sub-v
v due
The cohorts of embattled sin.
My England strike! Droop not
nor pause,
Till triumph on your banners
shine!
Then take a grateful ivorld's
applause,
Millitmi of hearts that beat
like mine.
Mis. Stubbing: Do y<>u like cod-
fish balls, Mr. Pox? The New
Lodger: I don't know, |fr>, Stub-
bins, I never attended any.
Tit-Bin
She fin London Saturday Journ-
al); S-j many men nowadays marry
far money. You wouldn't marry I
me for money, would you, dearest ? |
He (absently): N.>, darling I j
wouldn't marry you for all tire j
money in the world.
She : OI> you horrid, horrid
wietch !
Telegrams
20th November, 1916.
Via Key West.
London: The Franco-
Serbian army captured Mon
astir after a fierce battle last-
ing several days. German
and Bulgarian troops are re-
treating northward in disor-
der. The allies have seized
the railway.
Berlin:Monastir has bi 1 n
abandoned by Bulgarian and
German forces who took po-
sitions to the north after the
Allies stormed northeast of
Chegal.
German and Austro Hun-
garian troops yesterday des-
pite tenacious resistance for-
ced their way through nar
row mountain passes on the
Transylvania front into
Wallachia plain.
Teuton troops pushing be
hind the Roumanians in
Southeastern Ron mania have
reached Orsova Craiova rail
road.
Since the fir^rM November
the Austro Germans on that
front have captured 19.000 Ron
maninns and 26 fjjpinon.
British troops in the Ancre
River region of France yeiter
day met with Sanguinary revers
es.
French infantry attacks on
St. Pierre Vaast Wood broke
down with heavy losses to the
attackers.
Athens: Saturday- Vice- Ad-
miral Fournet commander of the
Anglo French fleet in the Media-
terranean last night presented to
the Greek government a note de-
manding th<' surrender to the En.
tente Allies of all arms and am-
munition with the exception of
50,000 rifles in artual use by forces
ietnaining after the last step of
mobilization
Pftiograd:-Roumanians on the
Transylvania front yesterday took
the offensive agftinsl the Austro
Germans in Tirgujuily Valley and
captured a series of heights in Jiul
ami Alt Valleys.
Stiong Teuton forces pushed back
the Roumanians a short distance
southward,
London:The British steamship
I.ady Carrington and the Portu-
guese Steamer San Niccola have
been sunk.
Berlin: According t> advices
the Russian casualties since June
i-t number 100,621 officers and
202,873 men.
Paris: Extraordinary weather
condicons in France during the last
48 hours culminated yesterday in
a tidal wive in the Gulf of Marse-
illes. Many ves els foundered.
November 20th, 1916.
Via Key West.
War Summary, 18thIn
Western Wallachia the advance
of the Austro-Hungarians con-
tinues steadily and Campalung,
80 miles northwest of Bucha-
rest, is almost within grasp 01
the invaders. Battles are taking
place within a few miles of
Campalung which is at the head
of a railway and along a liver
that penetrates the plains west
of Bucharest, and Petrograd says
thai the forces of Von Falken-
heym have taken Liresht about
five miles northeast of Cam pa- .
lung Mote than 2.I00 prison-
ers were taken by the Austro-
Hu'ignrians in the latest opera-
tions in WaUff^ia. 1500 alone
being captnSsjJpn engagements
south of Uotheiitliurni Pass and
towards Rimlik. West of Pre-
deal the invaders, Berlin says,
broke the Roumanian positions.
Rungul Mountain in Moldavia,
east of KedjfWTs, has been car-
ried by Bavarian ttoops.


iSfb
town of Barakli oh the
ngtu bank of the Struma River
has been occupied by British
trdtipS. On the Western Mace-
donian front in the Monastir re-
gion Berhn asserts that attacks
of the Entente forces were re-
pulsed.
The Franco-Serbian offensive
in the Cerna Rivar region, Paris
asserts, continues with success
Several positions were occupied
and German-Bulgarian attacks
wrre repulsed. The Franco-Ser
bians captured 400 prisoners on
November 15th.
Little activity is reported on
the Sonime front the latest two
official French statement a re-
pi rt no infantry activity.
London claims the extension
of the British front along the
Ancre east of Beaucou-t. Berlin
records the repulse of British at
tacks on the northern part of
that front
Except for the capture of
several heights near Jacobeni,
Bukowina, neither Petrogrador
Berlin reports any great activi
ty on the eas'ern front.
The British troops delivered
another assault on the German
line on both banks of the Ancre
River today in what is describ
ed by the German war office as
another attempt to break
through. The attack which was
preceded by enormous artillery
activity failed, according to
Girman accounts. The fighting
is slill in progress near Ouede
court south of the river. This
action came after British ad
vances northeast of Beaumont
Hamel and north of Beaucourt
last night, according to British
statement. Berlin reports that
French attacks nearSailly Sail
lesel broke down under German
(ire. On the Other hand the
French report repulse of Ger
man attack on French trenches
at Biaches.
London, 18:The visit of
Baron Burian, Austro llnngari
an Foreign Minister to Berlin is
stated to have been in crnnec
tion with a conference with the
German Imperial Chancellor re
garding the relations of the two
empires with tie United States,
according to a despatch under
a Berne date given out today 1>>
thef^^elessNews. "The ques
tiolVmider discussion", avs the
despatch, "Was whether the
submarine campaign should be
continued in its present form
with the possibility of a rupture
witk.Mie United States, or whe
ther'Tt should be modified". |
Announcement
Mr. Oscar E. Johnson
TAILOR and CLOTHIER
DLGS to inform his many Customers, that be has just returned
*-*' from New York where he became a graduate 01 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.)
London, 18: In a statement
made to the Associated Press
today Lord Robert Cecil uttered
a vigorous protest against Ger
many's deportation of Belgians
and declared that the people of
Belgium hope that American
public opinion will show itself,
not only in a few days or weeks
of protest and criticism, but in
stead> pressure upon the inva
ders of Belgium to conduct the
war against the soldiers of the
Allies in the trenches and not
against the civilian population
who are hopelessly in their
power, Lord Robert reviewed
the measure! taken by the Allies
to provide relief for theBelgians
and characterized as a "Lie"
what he termed Germany's at
tempt to justify its action by
saying that England was re
sponsilde for unemployment in
Belgium.
--:o:
21st November, 1916.
London, 2rst.
Governor,
Bahamas,
Officinl News:In successful An-
cre offensive we Captured SfViB
thonsmd prisoners ami extended
mn tine t<> the outskirts of Grande-
court and Sene.
The French repulsed pow< rful
attacks north and south of the
Sonime. 'I he Serbians and Allies
have defeated tlie enemy and occu-
pied Monastir. Despite Stubborn
resistance the enemy has made con
sidenhle advance in Jiul Valley
and Rotlieitiiurm Pas*, There is
little change on othei fronts Bri-
tish seaplanes again bombarded
Ostend.
(Signed)
BONAR LAW.
Via Key West.
London:The capture of Mon-
astir by General Sarrails army in
Macedonia is looked upon by En-
tente military writers as of notable
political importance. The German
and Bulgarian forces which evac-
uated tlit city are still in full re-
treat and are being relentlessly pur
sued. Already several towns well to
the north taken by the Lntente tioops. Mon-
astir was materially damaged by
fKe and explosion and is deserted
by the population.
Berlin: New positions north of
Monastir have been occupied with
out inemy pressure being fell. Sei-
bian attempts to advance along
Mngleci fionteasl of Monastir were
defeated.
Paris:'Bad weather in France
apparently brought operations vir-
tually to a close.
Berlin!The war office announ-
ces tint the Teuton troops in Rou-
mania are approaching Ctajova,
capital of Western Wallachia 120
miles west of Bucharest.
North of the Somme artillery
duels are.in progress. Livlier fight*
inj is reported on the Lower Dan-
ube and Stiuma fronts.
London: It is reported that the
Dutch goverment instructed its re-
presentative at Berlin to notify the
German government of the painful
impression produced in Holland by
the deportations of Belgian civil-
ians to Germany.
FOR RENT
THAT desirable Cotti ,
comer Marlborough St.
and Nassau Court. Posses-
sion can be had 1st Decem-
ber. For further particulars,
Apply
J."\V. DA\1S,
6-10 Marlborough St.
NOTICE.
T II E
DELANCY TOWIJ
GROCERY
IS offering until further
tice, No. 1 flour at 24 shill
ings per barrel, and No.?
ao shillings. Relating i> i
1 flour: a lbs. for 11 cts. No.2,
5 cts. per lb. Just added an -
other shipment of ch
Roasted Coffee at is. 3d. a
is. 6d. per lb. Do you ko
that I have light brown si
ar at (320 per bag ol 1
lbs.? Fish is scarce-1 h re
large Herrings at 2d. and I.
each: Small Herrings Jit
per box. XmasHams v
rive by 1be next Sti
prices will be reasonable.
MARTINAS BETHEL Pr
Telephone 174-
P. 0. Box 347-
aist November 1916.


J. C. Coakley's
Flake Tobacco.
This Tobacco made express
l.vfor J.C. Coakley
Long leaf, Fine flavor and
aroma, Keeps hard and firm.
Made to catch the trade of
those who know what good
toba* co is and have got tired
of some of the old brands thai
have gone bad.
dive it a trial and you will
enjoy smoking like you used
to.
Prices-GJd. per flake3
dozen flakes at 6d. per flake
Satisfaction guaranteed 01
money refunded.
Just a hint"The Mlies"
id. Cigars are the best ev< r,
and stfllat {he front and good
to the end.
J. C. COAKLEY,
304 Bay -'1
Private School
A RE you going to beastar
"7* '" a Stick ? Why not try
lhompsoa'e Private School ?
Terms reasonable.
Apply to
% Tribune Office.
T1
that
Publ
and
anyt
ral rt
shoei
done
Notice
IIS is to inform my
Pa!ions and the Public,
I have opened my
ic Black Smith Shop;
am now readj to do
hiog in tin1 line foGi ne
pairor new work Horse
Hg a specialty. All work
Mechanically
P. A. HUYLER
W. A. MATHER
UNDERTAKER
DESIRES to inform his
friends and the Public
that he has just received a
complete outfit of facilil ii -
for the business of an under
taker, which places him in a
position tocarryout Funerals
that may be entrusted lo his
care with system and des
patch ; and respectfully soli
(its their patronage. Cut my
price fust and prove that
they are the very low< st for
fust class work.
New Bicycle Tyres
For Sale
We put (hem mi for you free
of charge.
New American
Bicycles for sale.
Moderate Prices.
BRUCE JOHNSON
42 King Street, Nassau.
1917
Announcement
"Reo Six""
7 passengei Touring .?50
"Reo Four"
5 passengei Touring 205
NOTE.
In July closing the. Reo
year IQIG I made a special
'H' 1 of 346 on (he R< o Six,
7 i' s' ogei louring Car as I
had done thi p year
on the Reo Four, 5 passenger
routing, but no one ne< d
confuse these special offers
which are transient, with
regular prices.
Yours,
J. P. SIMMS,
Reo Agent
"French Orlene" absolute!) cures deafness and
noises in the head, no matter how severe or longafcmding
the case may be. Hundreds I persons w hose Ccises were
supposed to be incurable have been permanently cured
by this new remedy.
This wonderful preparation goes dinet to the ac-
tual seat of the trouble, and < nc liox is ample to effectual-
ly cure any ordinary case.
MRS. BOWB, oi /' rtland (
says:"The "Orlen
pletel* cured me mttet tv
suffering."
MISS FRANCIS, f Bradfcrd '
Birmingham, s.r. "V urnewremi
dy h .s been tin- meant ol curing my
mother's di ; i
f II in ally 2f> ye us. It is in
splendid prej *ratloB, and she wishes
me t 11 nyi j c jrou bet heal tfi It
tbanka.
MRS.WILDEofGmt*norS(. Beljast.
I am delighted, I tried the
Orlene* t>v the head noises ir.is.
e I almott rid the hi
turned enabliiiL' me t" hear or-
inary coi venation quite esily.
M tonV MAfHARD, ie St..
'Aftei k near-
1 on earious sn called
" : 1 t find 1
impli red *t such .1
cost The'Orient*is indeed .t siden
di I 11 iiirdy."
**" Every sufferer 1 hould try this new remedy, for
there is nothing better at any price.
Price 4 6 per Box, posl free, with full directions.
Address: -ORLENE,' Co., 10, South View,
Wailing Street, Dattf >rd, Kent, England.
Please mention this paper.
The Season for the Hat has just begun
FOR SALE
-\ line Amu ican Mare.
No reasonable offer declined.
Three months approve d note
acceptable.
W. C. 15 JOHNSON.
Nassau, N. P.,
Oct. 18, 1916.
I have a spei :,,! 1 1 -i 1 ignnu lit l
Winter Panamas
n
JOHN CANCINO,
Weech Building 364 Bay St.
FOR SALE
"Pa rless" 7 ba$sengT
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
To Pay
21s. For 100 lbs.
Is Equivalent To
RICE
47s=. Od. i- for 224 lb?.
BUT
Our IOO lb. Bags
Is Superior Rice. s^f
SEE FOR YOURSELF
At The New York Hoqse


University of Florida Home Page
© 2004 - 2011 University of Florida George A. Smathers Libraries.
All rights reserved.

Acceptable Use, Copyright, and Disclaimer Statement
Powered by SobekCM