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In Alsace a suprise attack de li vered by us on a German trench to the southwest of Metzeral resulted in our bringing back some prisoners. We sustained no losses. Berlin:—General Von Falkenheyms troops invading West ern Roumnnia from the north and West effected a junction with Von Mackensens forces from the south that crossed the Danube into Roumanian terri tory, driving towards Bucharest. Von Mackensen has reached the outskirts of Alexandra, 47 nnlesrrom the Roumanian Cap ital. The Roumanians are re treating eastward from the Lower Alt, burning towns as they retire. A Roumanian cavalry divis ion was repulsed in attempting to protect the rear Von Falkenheyms forces, advancing down the Alt Valley have captured Rumnica and Valcean, Along the Black Sea Coast in DobruHja Entente attacks on Von Mackensens line aided by warships was a failure. London.— H ritish troops holding the lines east of Beaumont llam-l, north of Ancre Brook, repelled a (ierman nitacldng party last night, (ierman raiders in Arras dis trict were alo repulsrd. Paris:—A surprise attack by the Germans on a small French post near Maison Champagne was easily beaten off. There were no infantry actions a the French front last night. French progress is reported for the Italians in their north ward drive west of Monastir. Petrograd:—Only artillery reconnoisances and aeroplane operations are reported from the Russian front. Merlin: —Roumanian officers taken prisoners declare that the disaster ii due to unreadiness The Entente failed to supply sufficient cannon, machine guns and military material. Condi tions on the Roumanian front are chaotic. .--. t .. I U .. k i, %  I. THE DELANCY TOWN GROCERY I S offering until ^further notice, No. 1 flour at 4.4 shi 11j ings per barrel, and No.2 at' 40 shillings. Relating to No. 1 flour; 2 lb-, for 11 cts. N0.2, 5 cts. per lb. Just added another shipment of choice Roasted Coffee at is. 3d. and is. 6d. per lb. Do you know that I have light brown sugar at £% 2 o per bag of 224 lbs? Fish is scarce—I have large Herrings at 2d. and 3d. each: Small Herrings at is.3d. per box. Xmas Hams will arrive by the next steamer, prices will be reasonable. MARTINAS BETHEL Prop. TELEPHONE 174. P. O. Pox 347. 21st November 1916. is possibly and it is THE CHAMOIS the most sure-footed of" all tamed for its remarkable animals, agility. SUNLIGHT SOAP is the sure friend of every careful housewife and it 10 famed all ovtr the world for the remarkable case with which it dispels dirt from the clothes in the wash. The Chamois is to he found only on the loftiest mountain nY but Sr\i.iwi;t SOAP is • fbun i in all p.iris of the civilized worl I. in ong There are above 40,000 people of my nice in the Bahamas, therefore why should I worry. Instead. I sliall simply remain, Yours f.iitl.fullv, DR. J. A. WRIGHT (Dentist.) 37 Market Street, Nassau, N. P. Oi'flcf Hours: 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sundays, 9 to n am. J. C. Coakley's Flake Tobacco. This Tobacco made express Iv for J. C. Coaklev Long leaf, Fine flavor and aronia. 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 Hakes at 6d. per flake. Satisfaction guaranteed 01 money refunded. DRINK WELCH'S Grape Juice Just a hint— "The Allies" id. Cigars are the best ever, and still at the front and good to the end. J. C. COAKLRY, 304 Pay 5 t PRICES '_ i.nts, 2s. 3d. each. Pints, Is. 4d., 16s. per doz. Pints, 9d. 8s. 6d. per doz. Pints, 5d. 4s. 6d. per doz. At BLACK'S 222 Bay St. FOR RENT T' and IAT desirable Cottage, corner Mnilborouh St. Nassau Court. Possession can be had 1st December. For further particulars, Apply J. W. DAVIS, 6-10 Marlborough St. And The Nassau Candy Kitchen Opp. ||otel Cololiial ; y 4 The Tribune" Office FOR Commercial and Artstic Printing.



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mn>""mmwt/ "News FOP Everybody" VVIIIIM-, e.ddlcrua furare in verbs rimuistrl Blr\ bound inte&r to the Dogma, of no Muster. VOL. XIV N&Mu N. P.. Ba.ha.ma.*. MONDAY November 27 1916 No. > L. (JIUJKKT DUl'UCH. Editor and Proprietor. OFKICK: Corner Shirley & Charlotte Ste Nassau, S. P., Bahamas •PHONK 2fl0. P. O. BOX 163. PUBLISHED DAILY RATES Monday. Wednesday and Friday— single ropy ... ... ... Jd Tuesday, and Thursday—single copy id Saturday — single copy ... i Jd Weekly 5d Monthly i s. 6d Ouailcrly .. .ts. 6d HalfYearlv o s. Veailv 1 8s. I'AYAIil.K IN ADVASCK Advertising Ratal :— MI pence pot line for first ioMrtion; tluee i e i< t: per line for second in-eition ; |M i 'nepeinn pet line (or subsipieut insertion-. Advertisementundef t nc i The S. S. "Chiswick" from Baltimore bound to Cuba put in here yesterday with her Chief Engineer very ill. He was taken to the B.G. Hospital. The "Chis wick" may continue on her voy age today leaving her Chief En gineer for Medical attention. Telegrams xth Noveniberj 1916. War Summary 23rd. Via Key West. The Teutonic Allies in the VYallachia Province contioui their advance against tlie Ron manians, 1 'Inoperations there, ;o 1 ordinjj to the latest German official communication,are pro greasing in at cordara e with German plans Semi-official advices from Ber'in are to ihe clfeel thalVon I'alk-iyVv ilMj army tip to No vi'inli r 11 \\ ad taken over 1I.000 |uarl*ilnm< ires ol wheat soil in Waliachia, and with the capture of railroad had shut off communication of all Roumanian troops west of Crajova. On the front in France, with he return Ol better weather, the artillery actions have become more violent. No infantry attacks have been reported. Had weather continues on the Austro Italian front and artil lery duels alone prevailed there. Petrograd announces officially the loss recently off the Roumanian coast in the Black Sea of the dreadnaught Imperatrista Maria. The disaster was due to an internal explosion ar.d the loss of life amounted to about 2'5 Bucharest announces that the Roumanian troops in the Jiul Valley in Western Waliachia have been withdrawn and now occupy their old positions. The war office announced today that the troops in the Alt Valley had maintained thvir positions. Paris reports officially that the night passed quietly on the entire western front. Reuten Athens correspondent cables as follows : The Greek government has refused the de maud of Vice Admiral du Pournet that Greece surrender eighteen field batteiies, sixteen batteries of mountain aitiller) with 1.0 to shells for each ; 40.000 Manlichers with 230 cartridges each, 140 machine guns wiih ammunition and fifty mo tor-vans. Refen ing to Vice Admiral du I'diirin I'S contention that the cession of war material to the Bulgarians and Germans had disturbed the equilibrium the Greek government replied that although it does not d< sire to entei into the details of that operation it must point out that the cabinet then in powercould not approve n| resistance to the Central Powers without aban doning neutrality, but duly pro tasted. It also contends that the gUIIS already taki n by Ine Entente are in idem, while (hose taken by the Bulgarians were obsolete I h reply concludes that the BUi ender of war material for fi nancial compensation or other wise would constitute a flagrant violation of neutrality and moreover that public opinion would not admit of the forces of Greece being so neutralized as to be unable to defend her vital interests if these were endanger ed. Washington, 33:—Increasing frequency of attacks by German submarines upon American ves se!s, or other vessels carrying American citizens, with the consequent necessity of repeat ed inquiry for Berlin facts, las led to the adoption of a policy of silence on the part of the state department. Officials let it be known today that such a course was considered necessary because most of the cases in ves tigated developed no violation of international law, and pre mature discussion wascalculat ed to stir up useless excitement in the United States. With no less than ten inquiries [lending before the German foreign office : Secretary Lansing dec lines even to talk over cabled reports from Berlin, lie said the facts are being laid before the president as fast as received and the clos est watch is being kept on all developements. In no case how ever is the information com plete enough for definite action. 26th November, 1916. Via Key West. Bucharest:—Another crossing of the Danube has hern made by the Get mam at AslaezncHr the mouth of the Alt River Von Mackensens advance there and from Simnii ?H has hem arrested, London:— Roumanian troops operating An Ihe extreme left wing in Waliachia have extricated them selves afirr destroying millions of hundred weight in erreals. London: —The provincial govern menl of Greece handed by former piemier Venezilns formally deelated war on Bulgaria, I I Greek Ministry will n 1 resist Ihe Entente demand foi Greek aim* and .mmunilicn. I'aiis: —A super-Zeppelin was wrecked in a storm Tuesday near Main zone. There was one survivor of the crew of 28. London:—Six German torpedoboat destroyers off the English coast Thuisday night made an ineffective raid. One shell strucl; a small vessel. There was little damage and no one injuied. London:—Sir Hiram klnii inventor of the machine gun, died yesterday. London:—Win flenry Jacques a graduate of the naval academy at Annapolis and afterwards I'resi dent of the Holland submarine Company was killed in a London Suburb. It is supposed that he step, ped from the right side of a train according to American custom and was srtuck by a train on the other track. London:—Von Macltensen who has crossed the Danube near Simnitaa is moving towards Bucharest and the Alt River and attacking the Roumanians in the rear. The situation for Roumnnia is critical. Bucarest:— The Bulgarians have crossed the Danube, near Simnilzfl but weie repulsed in attempt ing to advance. Via Bermuda. Paris;—French aviators delivered forty attacks in the course of which live enemj machine guns were brought to the ground. Factories at Voeklinger were bombed by French aeronauts. Saloniki:—The village of Dob* rimir was captured by French Serbian troops West of Mans new progress has been made. On thewesiern shore of Lake Presba the French advanced to the out. Skirts of Homesova. The area of Serbia now liberated aggregates 1200 kilometres. London:—Last night we raided enemy trenches in the Fesubert and Bois Greater sections. — :o:— 27th November, 1916, Via Key West. London:—Hostile artillery 1 been active in the neighboui hood of LesBoeufs and on I side of the La Bass'e Can 1. Paris:—Entente forces on the Macedonia front have madi some further progress. I


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mn>""mmwt/

"News Fop Everybody"
VviIIim-, e.ddlcrua furare in verbs rimuistrl
Blr\ bound inte&r to the Dogma, of no Muster.
VOL. XIV
N&Mu N. P.. Ba.ha.ma.*. MONDAY November 27 1916
No. >
L. (JIUJKKT DUl'UCH.
Editor and Proprietor.
OFKICK:
Corner Shirley & Charlotte Ste
Nassau, S. P., Bahamas
PHONK 2fl0. P. O. BOX 163.
PUBLISHED DAILY
RATES
Monday. Wednesday and Friday
single ropy ... ... ... Jd
Tuesday, and Thursdaysingle copy id
Saturday single copy ... i Jd
Weekly ............ 5d
Monthly ............is. 6d
Ouailcrly........ .. .ts. 6d
HalfYearlv............os.
Veailv ............18s.
I'AYAIil.K IN ADVASCK
Advertising Ratal :mi pence pot line
for first ioMrtion; tluee i e i< t: per line
for second in-eition ; |M i 'nepeinn pet
line (or subsipieut insertion-.
Advertisement- undef t nc i .
The S. S. "Chiswick" from
Baltimore bound to Cuba put in
here yesterday with her Chief
Engineer very ill. He was taken
to the B.G. Hospital. The "Chis
wick" may continue on her voy
age today leaving her Chief En
gineer for Medical attention.
Telegrams
xth Noveniberj 1916.
War Summary 23rd.
Via Key West.
The Teutonic Allies in the
VYallachia Province contioui
their advance against tlie Ron
manians, 1 'In- operations there,
;o 1 ordinjj to the latest German
official communication,are pro
greasing in at cordara e with
German plans
Semi-official advices from
Ber'in are to ihe clfeel thalVon
I'alk-iyVv ilMj army tip to No
vi'inli r 11 \\ ad taken over 1I.-
000 |uarl*ilnm< ires ol wheat
soil in Waliachia, and with the
capture of railroad had shut off
communication of all Rouma-
nian troops west of Crajova.
On the front in France, with
he return Ol better weather, the
artillery actions have become
more violent. No infantry at-
tacks have been reported.
Had weather continues on the
Austro Italian front and artil
lery duels alone prevailed there.
Petrograd announces official-
ly the loss recently off the Rou-
manian coast in the Black Sea
of the dreadnaught Imperatrista
Maria. The disaster was due to
an internal explosion ar.d the
loss of life amounted to about
2'5
Bucharest announces that the
Roumanian troops in the Jiul
Valley in Western Waliachia
have been withdrawn and now
occupy their old positions. The
war office announced today that
the troops in the Alt Valley had
maintained thvir positions.
Paris reports officially that
the night passed quietly on the
entire western front.
Reuten Athens correspondent
cables as follows : The Greek
government has refused the de
maud of Vice Admiral du
Pournet that Greece surrender
eighteen field batteiies, sixteen
batteries of mountain aitiller)
with 1.0 to shells for each ; 40.-
000 Manlichers with 230 car-
tridges each, 140 machine guns
wiih ammunition and fifty mo
tor-vans.
Refen ing to Vice Admiral du
I'diirin i's contention that the
cession of war material to the
Bulgarians and Germans had
disturbed the equilibrium the
Greek government replied that
although it does not d< sire to
entei into the details of that
operation it must point out that
the cabinet then in powercould
not approve n| resistance to the
Central Powers without aban
doning neutrality, but duly pro
tasted.
It also contends that the gUIIS
already taki n by Ine Entente
are in idem, while (hose taken
by the Bulgarians were obsolete
I h reply concludes that the
BUi ender of war material for fi
nancial compensation or other
wise would constitute a flagrant
violation of neutrality and
moreover that public opinion
would not admit of the forces of
Greece being so neutralized as
to be unable to defend her vital
interests if these were endanger
ed.
Washington, 33:Increasing
frequency of attacks by German
submarines upon American ves
se!s, or other vessels carrying
American citizens, with the
consequent necessity of repeat
ed inquiry for Berlin facts, las
led to the adoption of a policy
of silence on the part of the
state department. Officials let it
be known today that such a
course was considered necessary
because most of the cases in ves
tigated developed no violation
of international law, and pre
mature discussion wascalculat
ed to stir up useless excitement
in the United States. With no
less than ten inquiries [lending
before the German foreign office :
Secretary Lansing dec lines even
to talk over cabled reports from
Berlin, lie said the facts are
being laid before the president
as fast as received and the clos
est watch is being kept on all
developements. In no case how
ever is the information com
plete enough for definite action.
26th November, 1916.
Via Key West.
Bucharest:Another crossing of
the Danube has hern made by the
Get mam at AslaezncHr the mouth
of the Alt River Von Mackensens
advance there and from Simnii?H
has hem arrested,
London: Roumanian troops
operating An Ihe extreme left wing
in Waliachia have extricated them
selves afirr destroying millions of
hundred weight in erreals.
London: The provincial govern
menl of Greece handed by former
piemier Venezilns formally de-
elated war on Bulgaria, I I -
Greek Ministry will n 1 resist Ihe
Entente demand foi Greek aim*
and .mmunilicn.
I'aiis: A super-Zeppelin was
wrecked in a storm Tuesday near
Main zone. There was one survivor
of the crew of 28.
London:Six German torpedo-
boat destroyers off the English
coast Thuisday night made an in-
effective raid. One shell strucl; a
small vessel. There was little
damage and no one injuied.
London:Sir Hiram klnii in-
ventor of the machine gun, died
yesterday.
London:Win flenry Jacques
a graduate of the naval academy
at Annapolis and afterwards I'resi
dent of the Holland submarine
Company was killed in a London
Suburb. It is supposed that he step,
ped from the right side of a train
according to American custom and
was srtuck by a train on the other
track.
London:Von Macltensen who
has crossed the Danube near Sim-
nitaa is moving towards Buch-
arest and the Alt River and
attacking the Roumanians in the
rear. The situation for Roumnnia
is critical.
Bucarest: The Bulgarians have
crossed the Danube, near Sim-
nilzfl but weie repulsed in attempt
ing to advance.
Via Bermuda.
Paris;French aviators delivered
forty attacks in the course of which
live enemj machine guns were
brought to the ground. Factories
at Voeklinger were bombed by
French aeronauts.
Saloniki:The village of Dob*
rimir was captured by French
Serbian troops West of Mans
new progress has been made. On
thewesiern shore of Lake Presba
the French advanced to the out.
Skirts of Homesova. The area of
Serbia now liberated aggregates
1200 kilometres.
London:Last night we raided
enemy trenches in the Fesubert and
Bois Greater sections.
:o:
27th November, 1916,
Via Key West.
London:Hostile artillery 1
been active in the neighboui
hood of LesBoeufs and on I
side of the La Bass'e Can 1.
Paris:Entente forces on the
Macedonia front have madi
some further progress.
I


In Alsace a suprise attack de
li vered by us on a German trench
to the southwest of Metzeral re-
sulted in our bringing back some
prisoners. We sustained no loss-
es.
Berlin:General Von Falk-
enheyms troops invading West
ern Roumnnia from the north
and West effected a junction
with Von Mackensens forces
from the south that crossed the
Danube into Roumanian terri
tory, driving towards Bucharest.
Von Mackensen has reached
the outskirts of Alexandra, 47
nnlesrrom the Roumanian Cap
ital. The Roumanians are re
treating eastward from the
Lower Alt, burning towns as
they retire.
A Roumanian cavalry divis
ion was repulsed in attempting
to protect the rear Von Falken-
heyms forces, advancing down
the Alt Valley have captured
Rumnica and Valcean,
Along the Black Sea Coast
in DobruHja Entente attacks on
Von Mackensens line aided by
warships was a failure.
London.Hritish troops holding
the lines east of Beaumont llam-l,
north of Ancre Brook, repelled
a (ierman nitacldng party last
night, (ierman raiders in Arras dis
trict were alo repulsrd.
Paris:A surprise attack by
the Germans on a small French
post near Maison Champagne
was easily beaten off. There
were no infantry actions a
the French front last night.
French progress is reported
for the Italians in their north
ward drive west of Monastir.
Petrograd:Only artillery
reconnoisances and aeroplane
operations are reported from the
Russian front.
Merlin: Roumanian officers
taken prisoners declare that the
disaster ii due to unreadiness
The Entente failed to supply
sufficient cannon, machine guns
and military material. Condi
tions on the Roumanian front
are chaotic. .--. t ..
I U .. k i, ! I.
THE
DELANCY TOWN
GROCERY
IS offering until ^further no-
tice, No. 1 flour at 4.4 shi 11- j
ings per barrel, and No.2 at'
40 shillings. Relating to No.
1 flour; 2 lb-, for 11 cts. N0.2,
5 cts. per lb. Just added an-
other shipment of choice
Roasted Coffee at is. 3d. and
is. 6d. per lb. Do you know
that I have light brown sug-
ar at % 2 o per bag of 224
lbs? Fish is scarceI have
large Herrings at 2d. and 3d.
each: Small Herrings at is.3d.
per box. Xmas Hams will ar-
rive by the next steamer,
prices will be reasonable.
MARTINAS BETHEL Prop.
Telephone 174.
P. O. Pox 347.
21st November 1916.
is possibly
and it is
THE CHAMOIS
the most sure-footed of" all
tamed for its remarkable
animals,
agility.
SUNLIGHT SOAP
is the sure friend of every
careful housewife and it 10
famed all ovtr the world
for the remarkable case
with which it dispels dirt
from the clothes in the
wash. The Chamois is to
he found only on the
loftiest mountain nY
but Sr\i.iwi;t Soap is
fbun i in all p.iris of the
civilized worl I.
in

ong
There are
above 40,000 people
of my nice in the Bahamas,
therefore why should I worry.
Instead. I sliall simply remain,
Yours f.iitl.fullv,
Dr. J. A. WRIGHT
(Dentist.)
37 Market Street,
Nassau, N. P.
Oi'flcf Hours:
9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Sundays, 9 to n am.
J. C. Coakley's
Flake Tobacco.
This Tobacco made express
Iv for J. C. Coaklev
Long leaf, Fine flavor and
aronia. 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 Hakes at 6d. per flake.
Satisfaction guaranteed 01
money refunded.
DRINK
WELCH'S
Grape
Juice
Just a hint"The Allies"
id. Cigars are the best ever,
and still at the front and good
to the end.
J. C. COAKLRY,
304 Pay 5t
PRICES
'_ i.nts, 2s. 3d. each.
Pints, Is. 4d., "
16s. per doz.
Pints, 9d.
8s. 6d. per doz.
Pints, 5d.
4s. 6d. per doz.
At BLACK'S
222 Bay St.
FOR RENT
T'
and
IAT desirable Cottage,
corner Mnilborouh St.
Nassau Court. Posses-
sion can be had 1st Decem-
ber. For further particulars,
Apply
J. W. DAVIS,
6-10 Marlborough St.
And The Nassau Candy Kitchen
Opp. ||otel Cololiial
;-------------------------y-
4The Tribune" Office
FOR
Commercial and Artstic Printing.


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