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To Present and Prospective Automobile Owners not change models yearly or increase the variety to the extent of makw 7L you pay the list price for an automobile you are entitled W nen to something more than the possession of a self-propelled vehicle. THIS "something" is SERVICE—the foundation of which is a local abundant stock of spare parts. THE purchase of an automobile from a local dealer entitles you to service. Can you get it in your locality ? Impossible. Why? Because the total volume of automobile business of any one make in your city does not permit it. A N automobile dealtr in countries where motor cars are not manufactured can give proper service to owners only if two conditions are fulfilled:— ist.—That he sells a car of recognized merits which is not an experiment but a proven success, manufactured in quantities by makers who concentrate their efforts in one and only one chassis and who do ing it practically impossible to keep their distributors and dealers properly supplied with parts. 2nd.—That he sells at least one hundred cars of the same model and make yearly. ARE the above conditions fulfilled in your locality ? Can you receive full value for your purchase of a motor car if you buy same locally ? I N order to overcome existing conditions in territories such as yours we have made arrangements with the manufacturers of one of the oldest, most popular and reliable motor cars on the American market, that will enable you to purchase an up-to-the-minute automobile without the intervention of local dealers at an extremely low price and with the only possible combination that will give you reliable service. THE PLAN WE will sell and ship Maxwell Cars directly to the ultimate purchasers. We will furnish ABSOLUTELY GRATIS to the purchaser of each Maxwell Car seventy five dollars worth of spare parts including one (casing) tire and one inner tube. A portion of the assortment of parts FURNISHED GRATIS will be the same in all cases, the balance will be changed in each instance and every purchaser will receive a list of the parts fur nished gratis to every owner in his locality. This Is Actual! Not A Promise! The Car The roomy, handsome, luxurious, full five passenger Maxwell Touring Car Including Electric starter. Electric lights.Magneto ignition. "One Man" khuki hood. Demountable rims. C^ear vision, double ventilating windscreen and tyre carrier. Four cylinder motor ; cone clutch ; unit transmission bolted to engine; \ floating rear axle; right side steer, center control; 56 inch tread; 103 Inch wheel base: 30 x 3J inch tyres on demountable rims; weight 1900 pounds. Motor—15ore, 3^ inches; stroke 4^ Complate BpsaWoatlonH in oil and lakes the drive smoothly and without grabbing. Gear Box —3 speed selective type enclosed in case, which is bolted to flywheel housing. Main transmission shaft has Hyatt roller bearing in front end and bronze Lushing, babbitt lined, at roar. Jackshaft has phosphor bronze bushing ; gears are nickel steel ; heat treated. electrical comrol unit, which can be easily removed for inspection or adjustment. Wheel Base—103 inches. inches, cylinders and crank case integral ; detachable head ; valves. 1 9-16 inch diameter, located on right side and completely enclosed. Crank Shaft of exceptional size and Steering and Control—Right side T re < 4_c6 inches, strength, and fitted with large steer; 16 inch steering wheel; irbearings. Cam Shaft and cams drop forged integrally from solid bar of steel. Ignition—Snnms high tension magneto. Cooling—Tubular radiator and fan. Thermosyphon system with large inlet.and outlet connections. Lubrication—Splash system with positive oil pump, delivering oil to four separate trougUs maintaining constant level. Carburetor—Special atomizer type; dash adjustment to suit starting and running in any climate. Petrol is supplied by gravity. Petrol Tank—Located under dash cowl, making short and absolute feed to carburetor. Positive feeding qualities, even on steepest grades. Capacity, 10 gallons. Clutch—Cone clutch; faced with multi-bestos lining; clutch runs Maxwell Motor Caps ammeter are carried on this Wheels —Art board within sight and easy reach of the driver. Lights and ignition switch, ammeter, fuse box, battery regular are contained in metal housing called the Tyres—30 x reai; tyres llery type of best Starting and Lighting System— V. grade incknv; 12 spokes in both front and re.ir wheels ; equipped with demountable rims. 3. famous n rear. inches front and make of anti.skid Simmt-Htlff unit motor and generator, mounted on left side of motor. Pressure by foot on plunger pedal statrts electric motor and engages starter pinion with flywheel glaring, thereby spinning motor of car at a rapid rate, which insures immediate starling. Mud Guards—Crown mud guards, fully enclosed at front and rear te'ween wheels and body; joined All lights operated on one switch; reversible worm steering gear, adjustable; ball thrust on bolh ends of worm; steering rod, spark and throttle levers enclosed in lube which is rigidly held to instrument bgard ; steering gMI case mounted to frame ; steering drag link is athwait car and absorbs shock from wheels. Control : Gear shift lever in center of diiving compartment and operated at left of driver; spark and throttle controls operated on quadrant underneath steering wheel. Throttle also operated by foot accelerator; left foot pedal controls clutch, right foot pedal controls service brake; emergency brake controlled by hand lever alongside of gear shift lever. Instrument board: Carburetor adjustment, speedometer, lights and ignition switch, battery regulator, switch and Rear Axle-1 floating type, five Hyatt bearings; axle shafts of nickel steel; gear ratio 3.58 to 1. Front Axle—Drop forged I-beam section, extra long wheel hub, tunning on ball bearings. Springs—Front, semi-ecliptic, 32 inches long, 1} inches wide, fixed in front, shackled at rear. Springs —Rear, ] elliptic ; lower half 40 inches long, scroll 16 inches long from center of spring shackle to spring seat; 1' inches wide, fixed at front to transmit drive, shackled at rear and mounted on a rocking seat. Frame—Pressed steel with cross members. Frame is tapered from 33 7-16 inches at rear to 28 inches at front, insuring that the body rests solidly its complete length. by running board and convex valances. Running board of pressed steel covered with lino, lcum, which is bound with nonrusting material. Equipment—Two electric headlights oj mciies in diameter wiMi dimmer. Storage battery, electric: tail light, electric horn, oneman khaki hood with envelope and quick-adjustable stoim curtains, clear vision and double ventilating windscreen, speedometer, spare lyre carrier with extra demountable rim;pump, jark, special spanners and tools. generator automatically stores current in battery under front seat, which furnishes electricity for lamps and starting. Matcials—All steels used throughout the new ulaxwell are made from our own formula, as specified by our chief metallurgist, after the most exhaustive analyses and tests to determine kind of metal the alloy and heat treatment that would best meet requirements of each particular pArt. three Bodies—Stream line 5-passenger Colors:—Right drive Maxtouring car, 2-passenger road.. n ^ ster, 2-passenger cabriolet and 6 wel1 L5rown With Khaki Top passenger Inwncar Each luxLeft dr ; ve B ac ,. w ; th M unously upholstered and perfectly finished and appointed, hair lop. F.O.B. FACTORY DETROIT. MICHIGAN One of the Pioneers. Has been in existence for over twelve years. The entire Maxwell organization consisting of eight thousand five hundred people have devoted and will continue to devote all their efforts, energies and resources to the perfection of one Chassis. The fundamental ideas of the design and construction of Maxwell Cars have remained unchanged during last four years, but the car has been continually improved and is today as perfect as human ingenuity and skill can make it. It is a proven success. THE PRICES ROADSTER $080TOURING CAR $595SEDAN $85TOWN CAR $QIBCABRIOLET $86BRailroad freight, Detroit to New York $20 open cars. $25 closed cars. Boxing for ocean shipment $25 open cars. $35 closed cars. The Terms One Hundred Dollars with Order, Balance Sight Draft with full set of Shipping Documents attached. No interest. No commission of any kind JOHN DWILLIAMS & COMPANY, No. 2 RECTOR STREET, New York City. References :—National City Bank of New York, Mechanics and Metals National Bank of New York. ILLUSTRATED MAXWELL CATALOGUE may be obtained by applying to "THE TRIBUNE" The appearance of this advertisement will no iloutit cause unfavmimkr. — t .<. admittances may be made direct to us or to the manufacturers;— Bemaiauccs m 3 MAXWELL MOTOR CO. INC. STATE STREET. NEW Export Department, 17 • .



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N VJ 111 vi9> IMIIIII IIIJ ivirnre tn viba m&ulatrl Belnit bound lomtur to the tloamnsof no Master. VOL. XIV Nuiim N. P.. Bah&mM. MONDAY December 4 1416 No. 9 L. (ill.BKKT DTJPOOH, Editor ,ind I'rnprirlnr. omoM Corner Shirley 6. Che.rlote Sis .W*m, ,V. /'., Huhamas I'HONK aio. i>. o. BOX ira. PUBLISHED DAILY RATES Monday, Wednesday and Friday— •ingle copy TiK-Miay, an) Thursday—single copy Saturday—finale COOT i. ... ... | y ; Monthly I s# Quarterly .. Half Yearly qs. >adv 1 8s I'AYAISI.K IN ADVANCK tdvertraiog Ratea:—Sii peooi pai lint for first ioaertioo: three pence pi •'• %  •nil insertion ; and onepennj pet line for mbaquenl inaertinna. Mreruameuu nndei eight linai 4~. I 'etrograd: — The Roumanians have recaptured iwo towns from Von Mackensen south of Bucharest hut Hie rel ii ing weal of the capitol. The Russians are kittling fierce I) BgRIDSt tlie Teutons along the Transylvania boiler to relieve pres sute on the Roumanians. F he s s Monterey from New York is expected to arrive liere at 6 o'clock this afternoon. With the permission of the Government tlie Develop "lent Hoard has Supplied the Post Office with dies for cancelling stamps on all outgoing letters calling attention to "Nassau Tourist Sea son Dec. to April." Telegrams 3rd December, 1916. Paris:—The Germans have clos ent of work by %  toppaga of factories are being de|i Tied to Germany. Athens:—Troops landed by the Allies fought their way to Athens last night and the king agreed to give up six batteries of artillery as den 1.1 i,^gj The casualties were 201, rhe I'Vp.li Legation was fired. The French tried to capture the wireless station on Ohscvaton Heights but watt repulsed, A truce has been arranged and the Allies are preparing to withdraw their troops. Stockholm:—Germany announces that she will not permit Sweden, Norway, Denmark or Holland to contract for provisions or raw materials through any Entente power il they are prevented from sending such provisions or part there of to (ieimany. Petrograd:— Russian troops apparent I) have arrived in force to aid the Roumanians in defending Bucharest, Von Mackensens forces ha e been driven back south of Bucharest and 1 he Roumanians have recapluied the towns of Ttomana and Gosti nari, 16 miles from Bucharest. The Russians apparently are also taking precautions against an ad vance on Bur hares) from the rear of the Russians in possession of the western end of the great budge crossing the Danube at Tenet navoda, Berlin:—The Teutons defeated the Roumanians in a pitched battle on Argrchu River southeast of ( ampalung, and gained some ground. The Teutons yesteiday cap tured (1.200 Roumanians and 40 guns. Russian efforts on Moldavia front and further north were fruitless. Athens:—The crisis seems passed for the present. King Constantine agreed to give up the artillery demanded by the Allies. A panic signed in Athens with the exchange of shots between Greeks ind Entente marines. Many civilians are reported having been killed. London: — Admiraldieresford in an address today advocating a stronger naval policy stated that IbaCrisis of war is at hand. The Germans are going to send a submarine fleet to the I'ailic and wherevei is tbt British trade route, iid. New York: — Py request of the F.n. tfnte governments the proposed sale by Morgan and Company of Short time British end French trea Bury bills has been withdrawn. 4th I lecember, 191ft Via Key West. Petrograd:—Russiift] troops have ariived on the front south of Bucharest and engaged in a great battle to save the Rou manian capitol. German and Bulgarian troops south of Bu charest were compelled to retire. The Roumanians tool; prisoners, booty and 26 guns. The Russians have made furth er suecesses on the Transylvania front. Bucharest:—The main bodv of Bulgarian and German forces southwest of Bucharest were defeated and driven hack towards the south. The Roumanians were also victorious in bat tic with the Turks. The Rou manians were compelled to re tire on the right wing of their western front. Berlin — The Roumanians made a successful advance orj Argech ue River on the front before Bucharest. Roumanian forces which at tempted to advance southwest of Bucharest were outflanked and thrown back sustaining heavy losses. 'The Roumanians and Rus liana inaugurated an offensive last week on the bordeis of Bukowina and northern Roumania but met with further de feats. A German submarine on November 27th near Malta sunk a French transport steamer, the Karnak of O.000 tons, she was crowded with troops destined for Saloniki. Paris:—Violent artillery fighting occurred last night south of the Somme in the vicinity of Barleno. London:—The Roumanian government has been established at Jassy near the Russian frontier. Parliament will be convened soon. A nsterdnm: — Fmperor Chas. has goneto Austrian army headquarter-.. Anthens:—The Kntente Pow'ers have agreed to remove their representative from control of the Greek postal and telegraph service. London:—The British steamers Burcombe and Istratand thQ Norwegian steamer Skjol and three Trench sailing vessels have been sunk. London:—Lord Northcl campaign against the cabm-t gives rise to many rumours of changes. The political crisi acute and it is stated in well informed circles that David Lloyd George has tendered his resignation which has not yet been accepted. Berlin:—30.000 prisoners d i ed in camps out of a total of 1.663.000, in two years. London:—The British tell the Editor of the Chicago Herald that they do not plan a trade war. Lloyd George says that T.ngland cannot live without America. December 4th, 1916. War Summary, December 2nd. The series of engagements which marked the advance of the Teutonic troops upoa Buch arest are developing into a great battle. From Berlin comes the announcement that the first Roumanian army which had of fered battle on the Argechu River southeast of Piteshti has been broken through and defeat ed by German and Bulgarian troops after a tenacious struggle. Whether this indicates the turn ing of the right wing of the R manian army is notclear. The capture of more than 6.000 men and 49 cannons is reported by Berlin,



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!' ; >-;r,id reports that, the Derce fighting i Q the valley of the Argechu on the roads leading to Bucharest compelled only a slight retirement of the defenders. The Roumanian resistance South of DtlCharest has stiffened and I he villages of Tzomanaand G -tmare have been re captured from the invading forces. Simultaneously the Russians have possession of the western part of Tchernavoda bridge across the Danube which was taken by theTeutons in Dobrud ja late in October. A fierce battle continues along the Wooded Carpathians and along the Bukowina and Tolovian frontiers'. Reports from various war offices show that the Russian and Roumanian at tempts to break through into Transylvania is nowhere dimin ished. The Russians have gained a footing in the town of Kill baba where there was fierce fighting in the streets. ( > | erations of lesser impor tance are reported from the Ma cedonian front while artillerv Bi tiona have taken place along the British front in France. 1 be casualties resulting from the (lash between the Greeks i 'lie Allies has not vet been • officially announced but it is stated to be in the neighbourhood of 200. Two Greek colonels and some civilians were killi d. An employee of the British Legation was mortally wounded. The fighting began as soon as the Kntente troops were landed to enforce the demands of Vice Admiral I hi Fournet for the surrender of the Greek guns, 2,000 French marines who occupied the Zappeion exchanged shots with Greek reservists and there was an engagement between soldiers in tl e annex of the British Legation and Greek troops in the square opposite the build tag. The Allied fleet fired on the hills back of the city and two shells are reported to have fallen near the centre of the city. Meanwhile thousands of restdents of Athens took refuge on Attika and at Phaltron. After the Dutch and Spanish Ministers intervened and Vice Admiral Du Fournet had sent a suggestion of an armistice to premier Larn bros the King consented to a surrender of the puns and the I trnte forces, with the excep tion of a guard or 300, were withdrawn. Admiral Du Fournet assured the Greek commander that the Allied troops had no orders to • fire on the Greeks and the Greek I general replied in similar vein, it was agreed that the clash was due to a misunderstanding. IT IS TOO BAD T HAI' the Ward Line sails on the 7th and 21st of this month. This means that anyone who desires me to ship HOLIDAY GIFT BOXES for Christmas must send in orders by the 6th instant, and if New Year Delivery is pre ferred, by the 21st. My selected Grape Fruit is always highly appreciated. I put them on the doorstep. If. C. CHRISTIE Dec. 1st. Til E DELANCY TOWN GROCERY I S offering until further notice, No. 1 Hour at 44 shillings per barrel, and No.a .it 40 shillings. Relating to \o. 1 flour: 2 lb-, for 11 its. No.2, 5cts. per lb. Just added another shipment of choice Roasted Coffee at is. 3d. and is. 6d. per ib. Do you know that I have light brown sug ar at £3 2 o per hag of 224 lbs? Fish is scarce —I have large Herrings at 2d. and 3d. each: Small Herrings at is 3d. per box. Xinas Hams will arrive by lire next steamer, prices will be reasonable. MARTINAS BETHEL Prop. Ti-:i.jii*ll0NK 174. P. (). Box 347. 21st November 1916. New Bicycle Types For Sal* We put them on for you free of charge. New American Bicycles for sale. Moderate Prices. BRUCE JOHNSON 42 King Street, Nassau. NOTICE. F ROM and after the 2nd December, 1916, the Commandant will be pleased to receive the names of any parsons between the ;iges of 18 and 40 who are desirious of offering their services for the purpose of forming a Vol unteer defence force. Those offering their servi ces will be required to take .Hid subscribe an enth of \l legiance. All information regarding the duties to be performed can be obtained on application at the Office of the Commandants. By Order W. HAKT-BENNET? Colonial Secretary. 1st Decemher. 1916. 1917 Announcement "Reo Six" 7 passenger ('(Hiring £250 "Reo Four" 5 passenger Touring 205 NOTE. Iii July closing the Reo year 1916 I made a special oiler of £246 on the Reo Six, 7 passenger louring Car as I had done the previous yeai on the Reo Four, 5 passenger louring, but no one need confuse these special 'offers which are transient, with regular prices. Yours, J. P. SIMMS, Reo Agent There are above 40,000 people of my race in the Bahamas, therefore why should I worry. Instead. I shall simply remain, Yours faithfully, DR.J. A. WRIGHT (Dentist.) 37 Market Street, Nassau, N. 1'. Office Hours : 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sundays, 9 to 11 a.m. NOTICE OF REMOVAL K EMOVED from 404 Hay Strict City, to George Street No. 11. All work done with neatness and despatch, as here-to-fore. Patronage solicited. JOS. H. S. BOWEN, Tailor. 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. J. C. Coakley's Flake Tobacco. This Tobacco made express lv for J. C. Coaklt v Long leaf, Fine flavor and aroma. Keeps hard and firm. Mach' to catch the trade of those who know what good toha CO is and have got tired of sonic of tin ..Id hiands that have gone bad. Give it a trial anil you will enjoy smoking like you used to. 1'iii II pel flake —3 dozen flakes at od. per Hake. Satisfaction guarantee d or %  i' Hiy refunded. Just a ft***—"The lilies" id Cigars are the besl ever, and still at the front and good to the end. J. C. COAKLRY, 304 Bay St. NOTICE 7 HIS is to inform my Rations and the Public, that I have opened my Public: Black Smith Shop; and am now ready to do anything in the linugW (i< ne ral repair or new wo^FHorseshoeing a specialty. All woik done Mechanically P. A. HUYLER 4



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"W N\iIlivis Rildu rua Ivitnre In verbs iiii:ilrl Helnn bound lo iwenr to the Dogmiv of no Master. VOL. XIV NKMRVI N. P.. Ba.hekinas. MONDAY Derember 4 V*lb No. 9 L OfLBRKT DUPOOH, Editor .ind PfW*rMtr. omoK Corner Shlrlev 6> Charlotte Ste NoaMW, .V /'., Ilahamas THONK 2150. I\ O. BOX Itt. PUBLISHED DAILY RATES Won.lay. We.1nes.lay ami Fii.lay— %  Oftocopv J.i Tiie-ilav, ,111 I I lnii-il.iy -single copy id Saturday—tingle copy ... ilcr line %  : I he s s Monterey from New York is expected (o arrive here at 6 o'clock this afternoon. With the permission of the Government the Develop ment Board 1ms supplied the Post Office with dies forcancelling stamps on all out%  going letters calling attention to "Nassau Tourist Sea son Deo. to April." Telegrams 3rd December, iqiG. Paris:—The Germans have clos rd the coal mines at Campinc and tlte men 'brown out of work by stoppage of factorial are being deported to (iermany. I Athens: —Troops landed by the P Allies fought tb/ir way tc Athens last ni-ht and the king xgieed to give up six batteries of artillery as deman^a^ I hecnsualtiea were 200. The ['HP-di Legation was fired. • The French tried ic capture the wireless station on Ohso'vator) Heights but weie repulsed. A truce has been arranged and the Allies I are prep.iiing to withdraw their troops. Petrograd: -The Roumanians have recaptured two towns from Von Mai kensen south of Bucharest but are retiring weal of the capitol. The Russians are battling fiercelj against the Teutons along the Transylvania border to relieve pres sure on the Roumanians. Stockholm:—Germany announces that she will not permit Sweden, Norway, Denmark or Holland to contract for provisions or raw materials through any Entente power if they are prevented from tending such provisions or part there of to Germany. Petrograd: —Russian troops ap pa rent ly have arrived in force to aid the Roumanians in defending Bucharest, Von Mackenseos forces have been driven back south of Bucharest and ihe Roumanians have recaptured the towns of Tzomana and Gosti nari, 16 miles from Bucharest. The Russians apparently are also taking precautions against an ad vance on Bucharest from the rear of the Russians in possession of the western end of the great budge crossing the Danube at Tchemavoda. Berlin:—The Teutons defeated the Roumanians in a pitched battle on Argechu River southeast of Campalung, and gained some ground, the Teutons yesterday cap tured 6.200 Roumanians and 49 guns. Russian efforts on Moldavia front and further north were fruitless. Athens:— The crisis seems passed for the present. King Constantine agreed to give up the artillery demanded by the Allies. A panic signed in Athens with the exchange of shots between Greeks ind Entente marines. Many civilians are reported having been killed. London: — Admiral Beresford in an address today advocating a stronger naval policy stated that the Crisis of war is at hand. The Germans are going to send a submarine fleet to the Paific and wherever is the British tiade route, be said. New York: —By request of I he Entente governments the proposed sale by Morgan and Company of short time British and French trea suVy bills has been withdrawn. 4th I December, iqi6. Via Key West. Petrograd:—Russiftn troops have anived on the front south of Bucharest and engaged in a great battle to save the Rou manian capitol. German and Bulgarian troops South of Bu charest were compelled to retire. The Roumanians tool; prisoners, booty and 26 guns. The Russians have made furth er successes on the Transylvania front. Bucharest:—The main body of Bulgarian and German forces southwest of Bucharest were defeated and driven back towards the south. The Roumanians were also victorious in bat tie with the Turks. I he Rou mamans were compelled to retire on the right wing of their western front. Berlin—The Roumanians made a successful advance orj Argech ue River on the front before Bucharest. Roumanian forces which at tempted to advance southwest of Bucharest were outflanked and thrown back sustaining heavy losses. The Roumanians and Rus sians inaugurated an offensive last week on the bordeis of Bukowina and northern Roumania but met with further de feats. A German submarine oa November 27th near Malta sunk a French transport steamer, the Karnak of O.ooo tons, she was crowded with troops destined for Saloniki. Paris:—Violent artillery fighting occurred last night south of the Somme in the vicinity of Barleno. London:—The Roumanian government has been established at Jassy near the Russian frontier. Parliament will be convened soon. Amsterdam:—Empeem Chas, has gone to Austrian army headquarters. Anthens:—The Entente Pow'ers have agreed to remove their representative from control 01 the Greek postal and telegraph service. London:—The British steamers Burcombe and Istrat and the Norwegian steamer Skjol and three French sailing vessels have been sunk. London:—Lord Northclifl-s campaign against the cabii gives rise to many rumours of changes. The political crisis is acute and it is stated in well informed circles that David Lloyd George has tendered his ri signation which has not yet been accepted. Berlin:—30.000 prisoners died in camps out of a total of 1.663.000, in two years. London:—The British tell the Editor of the Chicago Herald that they do not plan a trade war. Lloyd George says that England cannot live without America. December 4th, 1916. War Summary, December and. The series of engagements which marked the advance of the Teutonic troops upoa Buch arest are developing into a great battle. From Berlin comes the announcement that the first Roumanian army which had ot fered battle on the Argechu River southeast of Piteshti has been broken through and defeat ed by German and Bulgarian troops after a tenacious struggle. \\ hethet this indicates the turn ing of the right wing of the I manian army is not clear. I capture of more than 6.000 men and 49 cannons is reported by Berlin.


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N\iIlivis Rildu rua Ivitnre In verbs iiii:ilrl
Helnn bound lo iwenr to the Dogmiv of no Master.
VOL. XIV
Nkmrvi N. P.. Ba.hekinas. MONDAY Derember 4 V*lb
No. 9
L OfLBRKT DUPOOH,
Editor .ind PfW*rMtr.
omoK
Corner Shlrlev 6> Charlotte Ste
NoaMW, .V /'., Ilahamas
THONK 2150. I\ O. BOX Itt.
PUBLISHED DAILY
RATES
Won.lay. We.1nes.lay ami Fii.lay
Oftocopv ....... J.i
Tiie-ilav, ,111 I I lnii-il.iy -single copy id
Saturdaytingle copy ... il Ni lv ...... ...... 5,1
Kfl .llily ............is. 6.1
Huarlerly........ .. 45. M
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Pearly ............ISs
I'AVAItl.K IN ADVANOK
\clvertisinc; Ratal : Six pnct pet Ii 116
for first insertion: three pence i>cr line
line for sults<|iieiit imei lions.
Advertisements andei ! .'lit line* >:
I he s s Monterey from New
York is expected (o arrive
here at 6 o'clock this after-
noon.
With the permission of the
Government the Develop
ment Board 1ms supplied the
Post Office with dies forcan-
celling stamps on all out-
going letters calling atten-
tion to "Nassau Tourist Sea
son Deo. to April."
Telegrams
3rd December, iqiG.
Paris:The Germans have clos
rd the coal mines at Campinc and
tlte men 'brown out of work by
stoppage of factorial are being de-
ported to (iermany.
I Athens: Troops landed by the
P Allies fought tb/ir way tc Athens
last ni-ht and the king xgieed to
give up six batteries of artillery as
deman^a^ I hecnsualtiea were 200.
The ['HP-di Legation was fired.
The French tried ic capture the
wireless station on Ohso'vator)
Heights but weie repulsed. A truce
has been arranged and the Allies
I are prep.iiing to withdraw their
troops. *
Petrograd: -The Roumanians
have recaptured two towns from
Von Mai kensen south of Bucharest
but are retiring weal of the capitol.
The Russians are battling fiercelj
against the Teutons along the
Transylvania border to relieve pres
sure on the Roumanians.
Stockholm:Germany announces
that she will not permit Sweden,
Norway, Denmark or Holland to
contract for provisions or raw
materials through any Entente
power if they are prevented from
tending such provisions or part
there of to Germany.
Petrograd: Russian troops ap
pa rent ly have arrived in force to
aid the Roumanians in defending
Bucharest,
Von Mackenseos forces have been
driven back south of Bucharest and
ihe Roumanians have recaptured
the towns of Tzomana and Gosti
nari, 16 miles from Bucharest.
The Russians apparently are also
taking precautions against an ad
vance on Bucharest from the rear
of the Russians in possession
of the western end of the great
budge crossing the Danube at
Tchemavoda.
Berlin:The Teutons defeated
the Roumanians in a pitched battle
on Argechu River southeast of
Campalung, and gained some
ground, the Teutons yesterday cap
tured 6.200 Roumanians and 49
guns. Russian efforts on Moldavia
front and further north were fruit-
less.
Athens:The crisis seems passed
for the present. King Constantine
agreed to give up the artillery de-
manded by the Allies. A panic
signed in Athens with the exchange
of shots between Greeks ind En-
tente marines. Many civilians are
reported having been killed.
London: Admiral Beresford in
an address today advocating a
stronger naval policy stated that
the Crisis of war is at hand. The
Germans are going to send a sub-
marine fleet to the Paific and
wherever is the British tiade route,
be said.
New York: By request of I he En-
tente governments the proposed
sale by Morgan and Company of
short time British and French trea
suVy bills has been withdrawn.
4th I December, iqi6.
Via Key West.
Petrograd:Russiftn troops
have anived on the front south
of Bucharest and engaged in a
great battle to save the Rou
manian capitol. German and
Bulgarian troops South of Bu
charest were compelled to re-
tire. The Roumanians tool;
prisoners, booty and 26 guns.
The Russians have made furth
er successes on the Transylvania
front.
Bucharest:The main body
of Bulgarian and German for-
ces southwest of Bucharest were
defeated and driven back to-
wards the south. The Rouman-
ians were also victorious in bat
tie with the Turks. I he Rou
mamans were compelled to re-
tire on the right wing of their
western front.
BerlinThe Roumanians made
a successful advance orj Argech
ue River on the front before
Bucharest.
Roumanian forces which at
tempted to advance southwest
of Bucharest were outflanked
and thrown back sustaining
heavy losses.
The Roumanians and Rus
sians inaugurated an offensive
last week on the bordeis of
Bukowina and northern Rou-
mania but met with further de
feats.
A German submarine oa Nov-
ember 27th near Malta sunk a
French transport steamer, the
Karnak of O.ooo tons, she was
crowded with troops destined
for Saloniki.
Paris:Violent artillery fight-
ing occurred last night south of
the Somme in the vicinity of
Barleno.
London:The Roumanian
government has been establish-
ed at Jassy near the Russian
frontier. Parliament will be
convened soon.
Amsterdam:Empeem Chas,
has gone to Austrian army head-
quarters.
Anthens:The Entente Pow-
'ers have agreed to remove their
representative from control 01
the Greek postal and telegraph
service.
London:The British steam-
ers Burcombe and Istrat and the
Norwegian steamer Skjol
and three French sailing vessels
have been sunk.
London:Lord Northclifl-s
campaign against the cabii
gives rise to many rumours of
changes. The political crisis is
acute and it is stated in well
informed circles that David
Lloyd George has tendered his
ri signation which has not yet
been accepted.
Berlin:30.000 prisoners died
in camps out of a total of 1.663.-
000, in two years.
London:The British tell
the Editor of the Chicago Her-
ald that they do not plan a trade
war. Lloyd George says that
England cannot live without
America.
December 4th, 1916.
War Summary, December and.
The series of engagements
which marked the advance of
the Teutonic troops upoa Buch
arest are developing into a
great battle. From Berlin comes
the announcement that the first
Roumanian army which had ot
fered battle on the Argechu
River southeast of Piteshti has
been broken through and defeat
ed by German and Bulgarian
troops after a tenacious struggle.
\\ hethet this indicates the turn
ing of the right wing of the I
manian army is not clear. I
capture of more than 6.000 men
and 49 cannons is reported by
Berlin.


To Present and Prospective Automobile Owners
not change models yearly or increase the variety to the extent of mak-
w 7L you pay the list price for an automobile you are entitled
Wnen to something more than the possession of a self-propelled
vehicle.
THIS "something" is SERVICEthe foundation of which is a
local abundant stock of spare parts.
THE purchase of an automobile from a local dealer entitles you
to service. Can you get it in your locality ? Impossible. Why? Be-
cause the total volume of automobile business of any one make in your
city does not permit it.
A N automobile dealtr in countries where motor cars are not man-
ufactured can give proper service to owners only if two conditions are
fulfilled:
ist.That he sells a car of recognized merits which is not an ex-
periment but a proven success, manufactured in quantities by makers
who concentrate their efforts in one and only one chassis and who do
ing it practically impossible to keep their distributors and dealers pro-
perly supplied with parts.
2nd.That he sells at least one hundred cars of the same model
and make yearly.
ARE the above conditions fulfilled in your locality ? Can you
receive full value for your purchase of a motor car if you buy same
locally ?
I N order to overcome existing conditions in territories such as
yours we have made arrangements with the manufacturers of one of
the oldest, most popular and reliable motor cars on the American mar-
ket, that will enable you to purchase an up-to-the-minute automobile
without the intervention of local dealers at an extremely low price
and with the only possible combination that will give you reliable
service.
THE PLAN
WE will sell and ship Maxwell Cars directly to the ultimate purchasers. We will furnish ABSOLUTELY
GRATIS to the purchaser of each Maxwell Car seventy five dollars worth of spare parts including one (casing)
tire and one inner tube. A portion of the assortment of parts FURNISHED GRATIS will be the same in all
cases, the balance will be changed in each instance and every purchaser will receive a list of the parts fur
nished gratis to every owner in his locality.
This Is Actual!
Not A Promise!
The Car
The roomy, handsome, luxurious, full five
passenger Maxwell Touring Car
Including Electric starter. Electric lights.Magneto
ignition. "One Man" khuki hood. Demountable
rims. C^ear vision, double ventilating windscreen
and tyre carrier.
Four cylinder motor ; cone clutch ; unit
transmission bolted to engine; \ float-
ing rear axle; right side steer, center
control; 56 inch tread; 103 Inch wheel
base: 30 x 3J inch tyres on demount-
able rims; weight 1900 pounds.
Motor15ore, 3^ inches; stroke 4^
Complate BpsaWoatlonH
in oil and lakes the drive smooth-
ly and without grabbing.
Gear Box 3 speed selective type
enclosed in case, which is bolted
to flywheel housing. Main trans-
mission shaft has Hyatt roller
bearing in front end and bronze
Lushing, babbitt lined, at roar.
Jackshaft has phosphor bronze
bushing ; gears are nickel steel ;
heat treated.
electrical comrol unit, which can
be easily removed for inspection
or adjustment.
Wheel Base103 inches.
inches, cylinders and crank case
integral ; detachable head ;
valves. 1 9-16 inch diameter, lo-
cated on right side and complete-
ly enclosed.
Crank Shaft of exceptional size and Steering and ControlRight side Tre_<4_c6 inches,
strength, and fitted with large steer; 16 inch steering wheel; ir-
bearings.
Cam Shaft and cams drop forged
integrally from solid bar of steel.
IgnitionSnnms high tension mag-
neto.
CoolingTubular radiator and
fan. Thermosyphon system with
large inlet.and outlet connec-
tions.
LubricationSplash system with
positive oil pump, delivering oil
to four separate trougUs main-
taining constant level.
CarburetorSpecial atomizer type;
dash adjustment to suit starting
and running in any climate.
Petrol is supplied by gravity.
Petrol TankLocated under dash
cowl, making short and absolute
feed to carburetor. Positive
feeding qualities, even on steep-
est grades. Capacity, 10 gallons.
ClutchCone clutch; faced with
multi-bestos lining; clutch runs
Maxwell Motor Caps
ammeter are carried on this Wheels Art
board within sight and easy
reach of the driver. Lights and
ignition switch, ammeter, fuse
box, battery regular are contain-
ed in metal housing called the Tyres30 x
reai;
tyres
llery type of best Starting and Lighting System V.
grade incknv; 12 spokes in both
front and re.ir wheels ; equipped
with demountable rims.
3.
famous
n rear.
inches front and
make of anti.skid
Simmt-Htlff unit motor and gen-
erator, mounted on left side of
motor. Pressure by foot on
plunger pedal statrts electric
motor and engages starter pin-
ion with flywheel glaring, there-
by spinning motor of car at a
rapid rate, which insures imme-
diate starling.
Mud GuardsCrown mud guards,
fully enclosed at front and rear
te'ween wheels and body; joined All lights operated on one switch;
reversible worm steering gear,
adjustable; ball thrust on bolh
ends of worm; steering rod, spark
and throttle levers enclosed in
lube which is rigidly held to in-
strument bgard ; steering gMI
case mounted to frame ; steering
drag link is athwait car and ab-
sorbs shock from wheels. Con-
trol : Gear shift lever in center
of diiving compartment and op-
erated at left of driver; spark
and throttle controls operated on
quadrant underneath steering
wheel. Throttle also operated
by foot accelerator; left foot
pedal controls clutch, right foot
pedal controls service brake;
emergency brake controlled by
hand lever alongside of gear
shift lever. Instrument board:
Carburetor adjustment, speedo-
meter, lights and ignition switch,
battery regulator, switch and
Rear Axle-1 floating type, five
Hyatt bearings; axle shafts of
nickel steel; gear ratio 3.58 to 1.
Front AxleDrop forged I-beam
section, extra long wheel hub,
tunning on ball bearings.
SpringsFront, semi-ecliptic, 32
inches long, 1} inches wide, fix-
ed in front, shackled at rear.
Springs Rear, ] elliptic ; lower
half 40 inches long, scroll 16 in-
ches long from center of spring
shackle to spring seat; 1' inches
wide, fixed at front to transmit
drive, shackled at rear and
mounted on a rocking seat.
FramePressed steel with
cross members. Frame is taper-
ed from 33 7-16 inches at rear
to 28 inches at front, insuring
that the body rests solidly its
complete length.
by running board and convex
valances. Running board of
pressed steel covered with lino,
lcum, which is bound with non-
rusting material.
EquipmentTwo electric head-
lights oj mciies in diameter wiMi
dimmer. Storage battery, elec-
tric: tail light, electric horn, one-
man khaki hood with envelope
and quick-adjustable stoim cur-
tains, clear vision and double
ventilating windscreen, speedo-
meter, spare lyre carrier with ex-
tra demountable rim;pump, jark,
special spanners and tools.
generator automatically stores
current in battery under front
seat, which furnishes electricity
for lamps and starting.
MatcialsAll steels used through-
out the new ulaxwell are made
from our own formula, as speci-
fied by our chief metallurgist,
after the most exhaustive analy-
ses and tests to determine kind
of metal the alloy and heat
treatment that would best meet
requirements of each particular
pArt.
three BodiesStream line 5-passenger Colors:Right drive Max-
touring car, 2-passenger road- .. n ^
ster, 2-passenger cabriolet and 6 wel1 L5rown With Khaki Top
passenger Inwncar Each lux- Left dr;ve B,ac,. w;th M
unously upholstered and perfect-
ly finished and appointed, hair lop.
F.O.B. FACTORY DETROIT.
MICHIGAN
One of the Pioneers. Has been in existence for over twelve years. The entire Maxwell organization con-
sisting of eight thousand five hundred people have devoted and will continue to devote all their efforts, energies
and resources to the perfection of one Chassis.
The fundamental ideas of the design and construction of Maxwell Cars have remained unchanged during
last four years, but the car has been continually improved and is today as perfect as human ingenuity and skill
can make it. It is a proven success.
THE PRICES
Roadster $080- Touring Car $595- Sedan $85- Town Car $qib- Cabriolet $86b-
Railroad freight, Detroit to New York $20 open cars. $25 closed cars. Boxing for ocean shipment $25 open cars. $35 closed cars.
The Terms
One Hundred Dollars with Order, Balance Sight Draft with full set of Shipping Documents attached. No interest. No commission of any kind
JOHN D- WILLIAMS & COMPANY, No. 2 Rector Street, New York City.
References :National City Bank of New York, Mechanics and Metals National Bank of New York.
ILLUSTRATED MAXWELL CATALOGUE may be obtained by applying to "THE TRIBUNE"
The appearance of this advertisement will no iloutit cause unfavmimkr. t .<.
admittances may be made direct to us or to the manufacturers;
Bemaiauccs m 3 MAXWELL MOTOR CO. INC.
STATE STREET. NEW
Export Department, 17
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Belnit bound lomtur to the tloamnsof no Master.
VOL. XIV
Nuiim N. P.. Bah&mM. MONDAY December 4 1416
No. 9

L. (ill.BKKT DTJPOOH,
Editor ,ind I'rnprirlnr.
omoM
Corner Shirley 6. Che.rlote Sis
.W*m, ,V. /'., Huhamas
I'Honk aio. i>. o. BOX ira.
PUBLISHED DAILY
RATES
Monday, Wednesday and Friday
ingle copy .........
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Saturdayfinale coot
i. ... ...|y.....;
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I'AYAISI.K IN ADVANCK
tdvertraiog Ratea:Sii peooi pai lint
for first ioaertioo: three pence pi
'nil insertion ; and onepennj pet
line for mbaquenl inaertinna.
Mreruameuu nndei eight linai 4~.
I 'etrograd: The Roumanians
have recaptured iwo towns from
Von Mackensen south of Bucharest
hut Hie rel ii ing weal of the capitol.
The Russians are kittling fierce I)
BgRIDSt tlie Teutons along the
Transylvania boiler to relieve pres
sute on the Roumanians.
F he s s Monterey from New
York is expected to arrive
liere at 6 o'clock this after-
noon.
With the permission of the
Government tlie Develop
"lent Hoard has Supplied the
Post Office with dies for can-
celling stamps on all out-
going letters calling atten-
tion to "Nassau Tourist Sea
son Dec. to April."
Telegrams
3rd December, 1916.
Paris:The Germans have clos
e the men thrown <>nt of work by
toppaga of factories are being de-
|i Tied to Germany.
Athens:Troops landed by the
Allies fought their way to Athens
last night and the king agreed to
give up six batteries of artillery as
den 1.1 i,^gj The casualties were 201,
rhe I'Vp.li Legation was fired.
The French tried to capture the
wireless station on Ohscvaton
Heights but watt repulsed, A truce
has been arranged and the Allies
are preparing to withdraw their
troops. "
Stockholm:Germany announces
that she will not permit Sweden,
Norway, Denmark or Holland to
contract for provisions or raw
materials through any Entente
power il they are prevented from
sending such provisions or part
there of to (ieimany.
Petrograd: Russian troops ap-
parent I) have arrived in force to
aid the Roumanians in defending
Bucharest,
Von Mackensens forces ha e been
driven back south of Bucharest and
1 he Roumanians have recapluied
the towns of Ttomana and Gosti
nari, 16 miles from Bucharest.
The Russians apparently are also
taking precautions against an ad
vance on Bur hares) from the rear
of the Russians in possession
of the western end of the great
budge crossing the Danube at
Tenet navoda,
Berlin:The Teutons defeated
the Roumanians in a pitched battle
on Argrchu River southeast of
( ampalung, and gained some
ground. The Teutons yesteiday cap
tured (1.200 Roumanians and 40
guns. Russian efforts on Moldavia
front and further north were fruit-
less.
Athens:The crisis seems passed
for the present. King Constantine
agreed to give up the artillery de-
manded by the Allies. A panic
signed in Athens with the exchange
of shots between Greeks ind En-
tente marines. Many civilians are
reported having been killed.
London: Admiraldieresford in
an address today advocating a
stronger naval policy stated that
IbaCrisis of war is at hand. The
Germans are going to send a sub-
marine fleet to the I'ailic and
wherevei is tbt British trade route,
iid.
New York: Py request of the F.n.
tfnte governments the proposed
sale by Morgan and Company of
Short time British end French trea
Bury bills has been withdrawn.
4th I lecember, 191ft
Via Key West.
Petrograd:Russiift] troops
have ariived on the front south
of Bucharest and engaged in a
great battle to save the Rou
manian capitol. German and
Bulgarian troops south of Bu
charest were compelled to re-
tire. The Roumanians tool;
prisoners, booty and 26 guns.
The Russians have made furth
er suecesses on the Transylvania
front.
Bucharest:The main bodv
of Bulgarian and German for-
ces southwest of Bucharest were
defeated and driven hack to-
wards the south. The Rouman-
ians were also victorious in bat
tic with the Turks. The Rou
manians were compelled to re
tire on the right wing of their
western front.
Berlin The Roumanians made
a successful advance orj Argech
ue River on the front before
Bucharest.
Roumanian forces which at
tempted to advance southwest
of Bucharest were outflanked
and thrown back sustaining
heavy losses.
'The Roumanians and Rus
liana inaugurated an offensive
last week on the bordeis of
Bukowina and northern Rou-
mania but met with further de
feats.
A German submarine on Nov-
ember 27th near Malta sunk a
French transport steamer, the
Karnak of O.000 tons, she was
crowded with troops destined
for Saloniki.
Paris:Violent artillery fight-
ing occurred last night south of
the Somme in the vicinity of
Barleno.
London:The Roumanian
government has been establish-
ed at Jassy near the Russian
frontier. Parliament will be
convened soon.
A nsterdnm: Fmperor Chas.
has goneto Austrian army head-
quarter-..
Anthens:The Kntente Pow-
'ers have agreed to remove their
representative from control of
the Greek postal and telegraph
service.
London:The British steam-
ers Burcombe and Istratand thQ
Norwegian steamer Skjol
and three Trench sailing vessels
have been sunk.
London:Lord Northcl
campaign against the cabm-t
gives rise to many rumours of
changes. The political crisi
acute and it is stated in well
informed circles that David
Lloyd George has tendered his
resignation which has not yet
been accepted.
Berlin:30.000 prisoners d i ed
in camps out of a total of 1.663.-
000, in two years.
London:The British tell
the Editor of the Chicago Her-
ald that they do not plan a trade
war. Lloyd George says that
T.ngland cannot live without
America.
December 4th, 1916.
War Summary, December 2nd.
The series of engagements
which marked the advance of
the Teutonic troops upoa Buch
arest are developing into a
great battle. From Berlin comes
the announcement that the first
Roumanian army which had of
fered battle on the Argechu
River southeast of Piteshti has
been broken through and defeat
ed by German and Bulgarian
troops after a tenacious struggle.
Whether this indicates the turn
ing of the right wing of the R
manian army is notclear. The
capture of more than 6.000 men
and 49 cannons is reported by
Berlin,


!' ; >-;r,id reports that, the
Derce fighting iQ the valley of
the Argechu on the roads lead-
ing to Bucharest compelled only
a slight retirement of the de-
fenders.
The Roumanian resistance
South of DtlCharest has stiffened
and I he villages of Tzomanaand
G -tmare have been re captured
from the invading forces.
Simultaneously the Russians
have possession of the western
part of Tchernavoda bridge
across the Danube which was
taken by theTeutons in Dobrud
ja late in October.
A fierce battle continues along
the Wooded Carpathians and
along the Bukowina and Tolo-
vian frontiers'. Reports from
various war offices show that
the Russian and Roumanian at
tempts to break through into
Transylvania is nowhere dimin
ished. The Russians have gain-
ed a footing in the town of Kill
baba where there was fierce
fighting in the streets.
(>| erations of lesser impor
tance are reported from the Ma
cedonian front while artillerv
Bi tiona have taken place along
the British front in France.
1 be casualties resulting from
the (lash between the Greeks
i 'lie Allies has not vet been
officially announced but it is
stated to be in the neighbour-
hood of 200. Two Greek col-
onels and some civilians were
killi d. An employee of the
British Legation was mortally
wounded.
The fighting began as soon as
the Kntente troops were landed
to enforce the demands of Vice
Admiral I hi Fournet for the sur-
render of the Greek guns, 2,000
French marines who occupied
the Zappeion exchanged shots
with Greek reservists and there
was an engagement between
soldiers in tl e annex of the Bri-
tish Legation and Greek troops
in the square opposite the build
tag.
The Allied fleet fired on the
hills back of the city and two
shells are reported to have fall-
en near the centre of the city.
Meanwhile thousands of rest-
dents of Athens took refuge on
Attika and at Phaltron. After
the Dutch and Spanish Ministers
intervened and Vice Admiral Du
Fournet had sent a suggestion
of an armistice to premier Larn
bros the King consented to a
surrender of the puns and the
I trnte forces, with the excep
tion of a guard or 300, were
withdrawn.
Admiral Du Fournet assured
the Greek commander that the
! Allied troops had no orders to
fire on the Greeks and the Greek
I general replied in similar vein,
it was agreed that the clash was
due to a misunderstanding.
IT IS TOO BAD
THAI' the Ward Line sails
on the 7th and 21st of
this month. This means that
anyone who desires me to ship
HOLIDAY GIFT BOXES
for Christmas must send in
orders by the 6th instant, and
if New Year Delivery is pre
ferred, by the 21st.
My selected Grape Fruit is
always highly appreciated.
I put them on the doorstep.
If. C. CHRISTIE
Dec. 1st.
Til E
DELANCY TOWN
GROCERY
IS offering until further no-
tice, No. 1 Hour at 44 shill-
ings per barrel, and No.a .it
40 shillings. Relating to \o.
1 flour: 2 lb-, for 11 its. No.2,
5cts. per lb. Just added an-
other shipment of choice
Roasted Coffee at is. 3d. and
is. 6d. per ib. Do you know
that I have light brown sug
ar at 3 2 o per hag of 224
lbs? Fish is scarce I have
large Herrings at 2d. and 3d.
each: Small Herrings at is 3d.
per box. Xinas Hams will ar-
rive by lire next steamer,
prices will be reasonable.
MARTINAS BETHEL Prop.
Ti-:i.jii*ll0NK 174.
P. (). Box 347.
21st November 1916.
New Bicycle Types
For Sal*
We put them on for you free
of charge.
New American
Bicycles for sale.
Moderate Prices.
BRUCE JOHNSON
42 King Street, Nassau.
NOTICE.
FROM and after the 2nd
December, 1916, the
Commandant will be pleased
to receive the names of any
parsons between the ;iges of
18 and 40 who are desirious
of offering their services for
the purpose of forming a Vol
unteer defence force.
Those offering their servi
ces will be required to take
.Hid subscribe an enth of \l
legiance.
All information regarding
the duties to be performed
can be obtained on applica-
tion at the Office of the Com-
mandants.
By Order
W. HAkT-BENNET?
Colonial Secretary.
1st Decemher. 1916.
1917
Announcement
"Reo Six"-
7 passenger ('(Hiring 250
"Reo Four"
5 passenger Touring 205
NOTE.
Iii July closing the Reo
year 1916 I made a special
oiler of 246 on the Reo Six,
7 passenger louring Car as I
had done the previous yeai
on the Reo Four, 5 passenger
louring, but no one need
confuse these special 'offers
which are transient, with
regular prices.
Yours,
J. P. SIMMS,
Reo Agent
There are
above 40,000 people
of my race in the Bahamas,
therefore why should I worry.
Instead. I shall simply remain,
Yours faithfully,
Dr.J. A. WRIGHT
(Dentist.)
37 Market Street,
Nassau, N. 1'.
Office Hours :
9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Sundays, 9 to 11 a.m.
NOTICE
OF REMOVAL
KEMOVED from 404 Hay
Strict City, to George
Street No. 11. All work done
with neatness and despatch,
as here-to-fore. Patronage
solicited.
JOS. H. S. BOWEN,
Tailor.
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.
J. C. Coakley's
Flake Tobacco.
This Tobacco made express
lv for J. C. Coaklt v
Long leaf, Fine flavor and
aroma. Keeps hard and firm.
Mach' to catch the trade of
those who know what good
toha CO is and have got tired
of sonic of tin ..Id hiands that
have gone bad.
Give it a trial anil you will
enjoy smoking like you used
to.
1'iii II pel flake3
dozen flakes at od. per Hake.
Satisfaction guarantee d or
i' Hi- y refunded.
Just a ft***"The lilies"
id Cigars are the besl ever,
and still at the front and good
to the end. *
J. C. COAKLRY,
304 Bay St.
Notice
7 HIS is to inform my
Rations and the Public,
that I have opened my
Public: Black Smith Shop;
and am now ready to do
anything in the linugW (i< ne
ral repair or new wo^FHorse-
shoeing a specialty. All woik
done Mechanically
P. A. HUYLER
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