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Nulltue. addiiitss tvirare lr\ verba magifeirl. Beinu bound 10 awear to the Dogmas of no M&tte-r. nsa&vi, N. P., BrvhiymAs. Monday. January 4, 191 ^ >• k OILBRRT DUPUCH, F.dticr ami Prnprielrr. lllpiCK: 44 MARKET STRKBf Sanaa, N. P., /><>; a..:,. •M'HONK 2(10. P. O. BOX 168. PUBLISHED DAILY M inday, Wednesdey and Friday** j single copy {il I leaday, an4 Thursuay—single copy "I I turday—single i ... ijcl .-. I,ly" ... 5'l f>nthiy : s. M liarlarly ... .. 4a. 6d ilfYeerly 9 *. Mrlv I 8S. IWYARI.K IN APVANOK I flwrtising Rates :—six pence |*r line fur first insertion; three pence per line fi r second insertion ; ar..i .'tic penny per line for subsquent insertions. Advertisement* under light lines 4s. SPECIAL. MM ol our friends bave ini run ted lo us that I be increase in tice of the Saturday's I "rihune" •ill deprive them of the plea SUM f reading it, because harrowed jle.isures are not to their taste, iv e shall n >t increase [he price, as IM' i i nl intended,but continue it GOSPEL HALL Dowdeswell St. near Victoria Avi nue GOSPEL ADDRESS Tuesday Evening 7 p.m. The Silver, Trumpets The Trumpets of Rama Horns The " Brass R; S. BTRXTTON —:o: — NOTICE Men of the Bahamas who have volunteered for service in His Majesty's Navy during tlie present war and who have had their names enrolled by the Commandant of Police, are requested to attend an important meeting at tin. Barracks bo Thurday the 7th '"""-;y i\ rt fj't^MT'if p.m A sharp. l*hose who have not yet volunti ered and who are desirous of doing so may have their nanus enrolled at the Commandant's Office on any d ty before Thursday next between 9 a.m. and 3 p.m. R. II. C. CKAWKORD Commandant of police. 4th January 1915. Latest War News RADIOGRAM January 3rd 1914. Prom Cape Cod J.m. 2nd. Moth sides claim gains along Western battle line wheie fighting is greatly impeded owing to bad weather. Ii would seem Geimans have again res imed offensive with slight gains in the Argonne an.I Flanders, They also repulsed a French assault in the Dunes near Nieuport, where violent artillery duel is still progressing. The French made gams in Aisne wh*re the (ierman guns Terrific lighting Steinbach, alss< e, age. to the French. In Poland tlie Russian') still announce ih it 'isrm inare still herd hack while tout Russ .111 .limits are i.ivading Hungary by wav of Carpathian Passes, h ivin^ ron'.ed the Austro llungaiian foices in Gallicia, It fcteporled from Berlin that the K 11-er 1ftb nit to undci go an operation on his throat London.— Hie battleship "For midable" according lolate dispatches was sunk by two submarine torpedoes, in the fishing area near Portsmouth harbour. It is hardly possible that an) further rescues will he reported in addition to those already recorded. Terrific seas were raging at the time and • it is remarkable that any of the crews were saved, The oiltrnkcr "Brindilla" is reported In have been arrested again off tie. epast \ silenced. continues in with a Iv.uuolland and taken into AberC<>o: ianlinoplc. reported thai A ; .. ArciahTiair !n the Caucasus. New Orleans.— Vera Ctut re..-. s have taken San Luis Potosi bloody battle, Pueblo is I bonll The British fleet Ij ing al in Portsmouth was the re il 1 of the German submit! which sunk the battleship "Formidable" yesterday, Germany's attack in Western P il md h is shifted thirty miles to the South of Sochaczevv, the recent centre ol Von Hindenberg's activity. Petrogred reports that Russian forces bave entered Hungary al four points and have captured tivo is South of C/.inowitz in I'UINO.N :r:a. German forces are _rew ported repulsed between the \ r istula and Pilica rivers. The Kaiser has begun a new off ,-ive along the Western battle front, but his attacks in Flan I ' have been repulsed. Paris says UHes h IV< g til ground in I hi \i goone. The Fie:: Ii ".overrun, in Ii is Created the Department ol I laul Rheiin out of Ms ii. n tn' occupied by the I 1 I .ondon 2 id Governor Hah 1111 is Official news, Janu irj 2nd. Frencii government reports act 10 1 chief!v cmfined artillery and ni nilack on Metf station by aeroplane. German offensive cheeked various p nuts Successful operation against Au-trians Western Galii ia II VRCOURT J oiuar) 3rd : PIOKKD IT I ondon. Sunday, Up| N >'. in the vicinity ol Steinbai 1 pr< sented the onl) si ene on infanln that marked till earlier days wai on the Western front. Pai is rej French infantry, by hand to combat advanced into the vill ( In the other hand Berlin di 11 es that the French have gained a sold footing in Steinbach, fighting ,b A. _i



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which is sporadic in other quarters in t lie West lias brought about no material change in the situation. Artillery is playing the biggest part. In Poland there have been engagements on rivers Bzura and Flaw. ka hut Germans are no nearer Warsaw than a week ago. They have commenced ofTenesive operations in direction of KiHce, a large town in Southern Poland with ohject of holding up Russian advance on Cracow. Petrograd reports Russians continue o .-.weep the Austrians Westward in Galicia farther East Rusinns are not far \oili of Roumanian Frontier marching tpwardsTransylvania, On Caucasia 'I urks have as*uma offen*We and grossed Russian fiontier at three points Heavy fighting is now in pi ogress. Another fortv men from British battleship "Formidable" lost in English Channel on Friday have reached safely making total of two hundred and one survivors ofcrewof seven hundredand eighty. Berlin Via Sayville Wireles'-. Jinking British battleship "For. midahle may have been the result of mine disaster Inn our sub* marines have shown ability reach English Channel before. New York. Accused conspiracy violate laws United States trlinujjfl manipulation passports elf ven German steamship agents and army reservists were arrested today as the result world elide investigation by department of Justice following execution Hnns Cerl Loyd, German spy in Tower of London who bad American pa sp->rts. Petro..:rad. with the defeay of the Austrians in Galicia and South Poland and the retreat of the Germans across the B/ura Petrograd believes the turning point on the whole war has hpen passed. Washington It is 'he intention of the secretary of the navy to have a much more Important nn y yaul at New Oileans indicated bv pi HIS that hid b-en announced ir. cording t" secretary Daniels l be opening of the navy yaid will he gradual but the great importance of having a well equipped plant on the Gulf of Mexico is recognized and no expense will he spared. I inuary 4th 19*5. PICKED UP The Germans have concentrated large h .dies of troops between the Oise and the llelgiai frontier where they have begun at aggressive action against the Allies. In Northern Fiance vie,lent attacks have been delivered against French troops near I.nbisse. in the neigh borhood of Roye and also on the Arras battle front. A Paris despatch says that the German advance was driven back to their old line of trenches after suffering heavy losses. There is no other notable news from the Western front. A Petrograd despatch saya that the Austrian troops are Seeing in disorder before the Russia'ns in Bukowina and that the attacks ol the Germans along the Bzura and Rawak Rivers have been repulsed by the Czars troops. An official Petrograd despatch says that the road to Wlozckows and the Kielc region around the village of I,epw7sno \Mcr counter attacks forced them to abandon all trenches previously taken. Several hundred prisoner, and nine machine guns were captured. In Westw* C-lni.i %  ngTTTThg he region of Gorlice. Eight army corps have entered Ilungaray by four ways and have begun a vast invasion which has thrown the I luiignrians into panic. An Associated PiSSS despatch from London says that 200.000 troops have passed Cologne on their wiy to reinforce General von I linderhurgs army in Poland. An official of a neutral nation after visiting France and Geimany make; the statement that the war will end in a dra t> fJf i New York: —The revenue cutter Manhattan yesterday held up the Norwegian Au.eiican liner Bergenfjiord at bei dock as She was about to sail and arrested four German reservists carrying false passports. The four reservists and two German agents were jailed. I lie authorities are investigating a I leg. ed conspiracy in many other cities in America. All Britons observed today as the day of Intercessions of Payer by all religious denominations for peace. /•pita wi'l command the south ern forces and Villa the northern. Prance admits some gains soutneast of Rheims hut at heavy cost. The Fienjh aic bombarding AltIfirch an I have destroyed part of the railroad. General offensive has been assumed all ih" WMV between the sea and Switsi I irtd but terrific weather interferes with extended opeiat ions. It is sai I that tin Admiralty in England will resort lo conscupl tion soon, I he Germans have captured important position of Borjimow. Klse where they have not been able to progress. The Austrian retreat has degenerated into q IOU". — :o: %  The S S Sgur.inCa" arrived in New York this morning. TENDE VVILL be received by the un-^ dersigned until noon ow Thursday the 21st January, 19.15 for the purchase of the Schooner "flattie H. Roberts'" her fixtures and appurtenances. KENNETH SOLOMON C. T. PARRlNGTON Executors Estate John Alfred. 24th Deer. 1914. Tenders should be addressed "KENNETH SOLOMAN "Chambers, "Tender for I lattic H. Robert* NOTICE XIII. Business heretofore carried on by the late John Alfred will be continued tinder the same name by the under signed Trutees and Executors to his Estate. Mr Clarence Thorpe Earrington, who has an interest in iho business, will be Manager thereof. KENNETH SOLOMON C. T. FARUINGION Trustees and Excutors. Nassau, ist Dec. 1914. NOTICE ALL persons having claims ;i gainst the Estate of the late John Alfred .ire requested to render the same duly attested, and those indebted thereto to make payment to Kenneth Solomon 'me of the Executors of his will. KENNETH SOLOMON C. T. FARRINGTON EN ecu tors, Nassau. 16th Dec. 1914. For Results Advertise in The Tribune FOR RENT A house 111 Dowdesvvell St. (South Side) in two apartments, two buildings east of the Gospel Hall. Possession given immediately. A|>plv to KENNETH "SOLOMON or C. T. FARIHNGTON 30 Dec. 1914 WANTED OLD BAHAMAS POSTAGE STAMPS O ne 6d. grey lilac One 6d. grcv lilac surcharged 4(1. One 0:1 grey violet One £l King Edward.— green or black, Address L. GREY care of TRIBUNE—enclosing samples and prices. J



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itl Nultius addle tiu jvirare in verba m&giblrl. F.cinn bound 10 twtRr to the Dogmas of no M*m*T. VOL, XII. NR-II&U, N. P.. B&h&mrts, Mnncim, Jn>i.ry 4, 191 ^ 15 L. OILBKKT DUPl'CH, Editor and Proprietor, amen -n MARKET BTRKEI t .Votiau, N. I'., bakamas 'PI ION K MO, P. O. BOX 168. 4PUBLISHED DAILV Monday, V\V Inevlrv and Friday—> single copy {il Tuesday, and Thursday—single cgpy iIit lines 4s, SPECIAL. As some of our friends have intimated to 111 thai IheSncrease in price of the Saturday's 1'nluine" will deprive them of the pleasure of reading it, because bnrrowtd pleasures ;ite not to their taste, we shall mt increase the pice, as we had mt'tided, hut Continue it it ij I, GOSPEL HALL Dowdeswell St. near Victoria Avenue (.(IM'KI. ADDRESS Tuesday Evening 7 p.m. The Silver Trumpets The Trumpets of Rams Horns The," Brass R. S. STRAIT' )N NOTICE Men of the Bahamas who, haw volunteered for service in His Majesty's Navy during the present war and who have had their names enrolled by the Commandant of Police, are requested to attend an important meeting at the Barracks bo Thurday the 7th Josiwyif at,4 ri^ock p.m t Bharp, %  —— %  —-— Those who have nol volunteered and who are desirous of doing so may hi i their names -eirrolied at the Commandant's Office on any day hefore Thursday next between 9 a.m. and 3 p.m. R. H. C. CRAWFORD Commandant of police 4th January 1915. Latest War News RADIOGRAM January 3rd 1914. From Cape Cod Jan. and. Doth sides claim gains along Western battle hue where fighting is greatly impeded owing to bad weather. Ii would seem (.jetmans have again resumed offensive with •.lioht gains in the Argonne. and Flanders, They also repulsed a French assault in the Dunes near Nieuport, where violent artillery duel is still progressing. The French made gains in Aisne wh;re the German guns were silenced. Terrific lighting continues in Sleinbach, Alsace, with a Ivant* Bge in tlie French. In Poland the Russians still announce that GAmans are sii! 1 Iield back while foui Russian nrmits are invading Hungary by way p( Carpathian Passes, lnvin,' routed the Austio Hungaiian foic.'s in Gallicia. It is reported from Berlin that the Kaiser is about to undergo an operation on his thro 11 I.on loo— the battleship "For midable" according lolate dispatches was sunk bv two submarine torpedoes, in the fishing area near Portsmouth harbour. It is hardly possible t|iat anj further rescues will he reported in addition to those already recorded. Terrific seas were raging at the time and it is remarkable that any of the crews were saved, 'I'he oiltpnker "Brindilla" is reported t" have been arrested again off tin epast otland and taken inti Genstantinopte,— It is I "* A uiki has ent< Ar,l,d,Kflw w. %  T-fi i rnn New Orleans.—Vera en ports say that Caranza for s have liken San Luis Potosi all' bloody battle) Pueblo is : ing bombarded. The British fleet lying at... in Portsmouth was the real 1 live of the German submarine, which sunk the battleship "Formidable" yesterday. Germany's Btta< k in Western Poland has shifted thirty mill the South of Soch.u.zew.tlie recent centre of Von Hindenbeig's activity, Petrograd reports that Russian forces have entered Hungary at four points and have captured two towns South oi CseinowitX in I'mko.vma. German forces are re. ported repulsed between the Vistula and IMica rivers. The Kaiser has begun a new of. tensive along the Western battle front, but his attacks in Flan lers have been repulsed. Pans says Mlies have gain I ground in the Argonpe. The French government h is created the Department of Haul Rheim out dl \liti m I rritory occupied bj the I London 2 id (loveinor Bahamas Offi -id news, January 2nd. French government reports action chieflv confined artillery and night attack 1 11 Mi It station by aeroplane. German offensive checked viri. cms p ants .Successful operation against Au-trians Western Galicia II VRCOURT. Jinuary 3rd 1915 PICKED I'P I nndon. Sunday, Uppi 1 Alsace, m the viciuit) of Steinbai pn sented the only scene on mf mtu fighting that marked the earlier nays wai on the Western front. Pans re| French Infantry, by hand to hand combat advanced into the vill On the other hand Berlin den es that the French have gained a sold footing in Sleinbach, fjghling


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Nultius addle tiu jvirare in verba m&giblrl.
F.cinn bound 10 twtRr to the Dogmas of no M*m*T.
VOL, XII.
Nr-ii&u, N. P.. B&h&mrts, Mnncim, Jn>i.ry 4, 191 ^
15
L. OILBKKT DUPl'CH,
Editor and Proprietor,
amen -n market btrkei
t .Votiau, N. I'., bakamas
'PI ION K MO, P. O. BOX 168.
4-
PUBLISHED DAILV
Monday, V\V Inevlrv and Friday>
single copy ...... {il
Tuesday, and Thursdaysingle cgpy i Saturdaytiaglc e ipy ... i}d
Weekly ............ J'l
Monthly ............is. fl
' 11 Hlcrly........ .. 4s. Od
Rait Yearly............ns.
V*adv............ m.__
PAYAIU.V: IN ADVANCE
Advertising Rates :sx pence per line
for first insertion; three pence per line
for second insertion ; an.I one penny per
line for subsquent insertions.
Advertisements under eis>Iit lines 4s,
SPECIAL.
As some of our friends have in-
timated to 111 thai IheSncrease in
price of the Saturday's 1'nluine"
will deprive them of the pleasure
of reading it, because bnrrowtd
pleasures ;ite not to their taste,
we shall mt increase the pice, as
we had mt'tided, hut Continue it
it ij I,
GOSPEL HALL
Dowdeswell St. near Victoria
Avenue
(.(IM'KI. ADDRESS
Tuesday Evening 7 p.m.
The Silver Trumpets
The Trumpets of Rams Horns
The," Brass
R. S. STRAIT' )N
NOTICE
Men of the Bahamas who,
haw volunteered for service
in His Majesty's Navy during
the present war and who
have had their names enroll-
ed by the Commandant of
Police, are requested to at-
tend an important meeting at
the Barracks bo Thurday the
7th Josiwyif at,4 ri^ock p.mt
Bharp, -
Those who have nol
volunteered and who are de-
sirous of doing so may hi i
their names -eirrolied at the
Commandant's Office on any
day hefore Thursday next be-
tween 9 a.m. and 3 p.m.
R. H. C. CRAWFORD
Commandant of police
4th January 1915.
Latest War News
RADIOGRAM
January 3rd 1914.
From Cape Cod
Jan. and.
Doth sides claim gains along
Western battle hue where fighting
is greatly impeded owing to bad
weather. Ii would seem (.jetmans
have again resumed offensive with
.lioht gains in the Argonne. and
Flanders, They also repulsed a
French assault in the Dunes near
Nieuport, where violent artillery
duel is still progressing. The
French made gains in Aisne wh;re
the German guns were silenced.
Terrific lighting continues in
Sleinbach, Alsace, with a Ivant*
Bge in tlie French.
In Poland the Russians still
announce that GAmans are sii!1
Iield back while foui Russian nr-
mits are invading Hungary by
way p( Carpathian Passes, lnvin,'
routed the Austio Hungaiian foi-
c.'s in Gallicia. It is reported from
Berlin that the Kaiser is about to
undergo an operation on his thro 11
I.on loo the battleship "For
midable" according lolate dispat-
ches was sunk bv two submarine
torpedoes, in the fishing area near
Portsmouth harbour. It is hardly
possible t|iat anj further rescues
will he reported in addition to
those already recorded. Terrific
seas were raging at the time and
it is remarkable that any of the
crews were saved, 'I'he oiltpnker
"Brindilla" is reported t" have
been arrested again off tin epast
' otland and taken inti
Genstantinopte, It is I
"* A uiki has ent<
Ar,l,d,Kflww. T-fiirnn
New Orleans.Vera en
ports say that Caranza for s have
liken San Luis Potosi all'
bloody battle) Pueblo is : ing
bombarded.
The British fleet lying at...
in Portsmouth was the real 1 '
live of the German submarine,
which sunk the battleship "Formi-
dable" yesterday.
Germany's Btta< k in Western
Poland has shifted thirty mill
the South of Soch.u.zew.tlie recent
centre of Von Hindenbeig's acti-
vity,
Petrograd reports that Russian
forces have entered Hungary at
four points and have captured two
towns South oi CseinowitX in
I'mko.vma. German forces are re.
ported repulsed between the Vis-
tula and IMica rivers.
The Kaiser has begun a new of.
tensive along the Western battle
front, but his attacks in Flan lers
have been repulsed.
Pans says Mlies have gain I
ground in the Argonpe.
The French government h is
created the Department of Haul
Rheim out dl \l- iti m I rritory
occupied bj the I
London 2 id
(loveinor
Bahamas
Offi -id news, January 2nd.
French government reports action
chieflv confined artillery and night
attack 1 11 Mi It station by aero-
plane.
German offensive checked viri.
cms p ants .Successful operation
against Au-trians Western Galicia
II VRCOURT.
Jinuary 3rd 1915
PICKED I'P
I nndon. Sunday, Uppi 1 Alsace, m
the viciuit) of Steinbai pn sented
the only scene on mf mtu fighting
that marked the earlier nays wai
on the Western front. Pans re|
French Infantry, by hand to hand
combat advanced into the vill
On the other hand Berlin den es
that the French have gained a
sold footing in Sleinbach, fjghling


Nulltue. addiiitss tvirare lr\ verba magifeirl.
Beinu bound 10 awear to the Dogmas of no M&tte-r.
nsa&vi, N. P., BrvhiymAs. Monday. January 4, 191 ^
>
k OILBRRT DUPUCH,
F.dticr ami Prnprielrr.
lllpiCK: 44 MARKET STRKBf
Sanaa, N. P., /><>; a..:,.
M'HONK 2(10. P. O. BOX 168.
PUBLISHED DAILY
M inday, Wednesdey and Friday**
j single copy........ {il
I leaday, an4 Thursuaysingle copy "I
I turdaysingle i ... ijcl
.-. I,ly" ... ......... 5'l
f>nthiy ............:s. M
liarlarly ... ..... .. 4a. 6d
ilfYeerly............9*.
Mrlv ............I8S.
IWYARI.K IN APVANOK
I flwrtising Rates :six pence |*r line
fur first insertion; three pence per line
fi r second insertion ; ar..i .'tic penny per
line for subsquent insertions.
Advertisement* under light lines 4s.
SPECIAL.
MM ol our friends bave in-
i run ted lo us that I be increase in
tice of the Saturday's I "rihune"
ill deprive them of the plea sum
f reading it, because harrowed
jle.isures are not to their taste,
iv e shall n >t increase [he price, as
im'ii nl intended,but continue it
GOSPEL HALL
Dowdeswell St. near Victoria
Avi nue
GOSPEL ADDRESS
Tuesday Evening 7 p.m.
The Silver, Trumpets
The Trumpets of Rama Horns
The Brass
r; s. btrXtton
:o:
NOTICE
Men of the Bahamas who
have volunteered for service
in His Majesty's Navy during
tlie present war and who
have had their names enroll-
ed by the Commandant of
Police, are requested to at-
tend an important meeting at
tin. Barracks bo Thurday the
7th '"""-;y i\ rt fj't^MT'if p.mA
sharp.
l*hose who have not yet
volunti ered and who are de-
sirous of doing so may have
their nanus enrolled at the
Commandant's Office on any
d ty before Thursday next be-
tween 9 a.m. and 3 p.m.
R. II. C. CKAWKORD
Commandant of police.
4th January 1915.
Latest War News
RADIOGRAM
January 3rd 1914.
Prom Cape Cod
J.m. 2nd.
Moth sides claim gains along
Western battle line wheie fighting
is greatly impeded owing to bad
weather. Ii would seem Geimans
have again res imed offensive with
slight gains in the Argonne an.I
Flanders, They also repulsed a
French assault in the Dunes near
Nieuport, where violent artillery
duel is still progressing. The
French made gams in Aisne wh*re
the (ierman guns
Terrific lighting
Steinbach, alss< e,
age. to the French.
In Poland tlie Russian') still
announce ih it 'isrm in- are still
herd hack while tout Russ .111 .li-
mits are i.ivading Hungary by
wav of Carpathian Passes, h ivin^
ron'.ed the Austro llungaiian foi-
ces in Gallicia, It fcteporled from
Berlin that the K 11-er 1- ftb nit to
undci go an operation on his throat
London. Hie battleship "For
midable" according lolate dispat-
ches was sunk by two submarine
torpedoes, in the fishing area near
Portsmouth harbour. It is hardly
possible that an) further rescues
will he reported in addition to
those already recorded. Terrific
seas were raging at the time and
it is remarkable that any of the
crews were saved, The oiltrnkcr
"Brindilla" is reported In have
been arrested again off tie. epast
\..... silenced.
continues in
with a Iv.uu-
olland and taken into Aber-
C<>o: ianlinoplc. reported
thai A ; ..
ArciahTiair !n the Caucasus.
New Orleans. Vera Ctut re-
..-. s have
taken San Luis Potosi
bloody battle, Pueblo is I
bonll
The British fleet Ij ing al
in Portsmouth was the re il 1
of the German submit!
which sunk the battleship "Formi-
dable" yesterday,
Germany's attack in Western
P il md h is shifted thirty miles to
the South of Sochaczevv, the recent
centre ol Von Hindenberg's acti-
vity.
Petrogred reports that Russian
forces bave entered Hungary al
four points and have captured tivo
is South of C/.inowitz in
I'uIno.n :r:a. German forces are _rew
ported repulsed between the \ris-
tula and Pilica rivers.
The Kaiser has begun a new of-
f ,-ive along the Western battle
front, but his attacks in Flan I '
have been repulsed.
Paris says UHes h IV< g til
ground in I hi \i goone.
The Fie:: Ii ".overrun, in Ii is
Created the Department ol I laul
Rheiin out of Ms ii. n tn'
occupied by the I 1 '
I .ondon 2 id
Governor
Hah 1111 is
Official news, Janu irj 2nd.
Frencii government reports act 10 1
chief!v cmfined artillery and ni
nilack on Metf station by aero-
plane.
German offensive cheeked vari-
ous p nuts Successful operation
against Au-trians Western Galii ia
II VRCOURT
J oiuar) 3rd :
PIOKKD IT
I ondon. Sunday, Up| N >'. in
the vicinity ol Steinbai 1 pr< sented
the onl) si ene on infanln
that marked till earlier days wai
on the Western front. Pai is rej
French infantry, by hand to
combat advanced into the vill
( In the other hand Berlin di 11 es
that the French have gained a
sold footing in Steinbach, fighting
,b
A.
_i


which is sporadic in other quarters
in t lie West lias brought about no
material change in the situation.
Artillery is playing the biggest
part.
In Poland there have been enga-
gements on rivers Bzura and Flaw.
ka hut Germans are no nearer War-
saw than a week ago. They have
commenced ofTenesive operations
in direction of KiHce, a large town
in Southern Poland with ohject of
holding up Russian advance on
Cracow.
Petrograd reports Russians con-
tinue o .-.weep the Austrians West-
ward in Galicia farther East Rus-
inns are not far \oili of Rouman-
ian Frontier marching tpwards-
Transylvania, On Caucasia
'I urks have as*uma offen*We and
grossed Russian fiontier at three
points Heavy fighting is now in
pi ogress.
Another fortv men from British
battleship "Formidable"
lost in English Channel on Friday
have reached safely making total
of two hundred and one survivors
ofcrewof seven hundredand eighty.
Berlin Via Sayville Wireles'-.
Jinking British battleship "For.
midahle may have been the result
of mine disaster Inn our sub*
marines have shown ability reach
English Channel before.
New York. Accused conspiracy
violate laws United States trlinujjfl
manipulation passports elf ven
German steamship agents and army
reservists were arrested today as
the result world elide investigation
by department of Justice following
execution Hnns Cerl Loyd, German
spy in Tower of London who bad
American pa sp->rts.
Petro..:rad. with the defeay of
the Austrians in Galicia and South
Poland and the retreat of the Ger-
mans across the B/ura Petrograd
believes the turning point on the
whole war has hpen passed.
Washington It is 'he intention
of the secretary of the navy to
have a much more Important nn y
yaul at New Oileans indicated bv
pi his that hid b-en announced ir.
cording t" secretary Daniels l be
opening of the navy yaid will he
gradual but the great importance
of having a well equipped plant on
the Gulf of Mexico is recognized
and no expense will he spared.
I inuary 4th 19*5.
PICKED UP
The Germans have concentrated
large h .dies of troops between the
Oise and the llelgiai frontier
where they have begun at aggres-
sive action against the Allies. In
Northern Fiance vie,lent attacks
have been delivered against French
troops near I.nbisse. in the neigh
borhood of Roye and also on the
Arras battle front.
A Paris despatch says that the
German advance was driven back
to their old line of trenches after
suffering heavy losses. There is no
other notable news from the West-
ern front.
A Petrograd despatch saya that
the Austrian troops are Seeing in
disorder before the Russia'ns in
Bukowina and that the attacks ol
the Germans along the Bzura and
Rawak Rivers have been repulsed
by the Czars troops.
An official Petrograd despatch
says that the road to Wlozckows
and the Kielc region around the
village of I,epw7sno \Mcr counter
attacks forced them to abandon
all trenches previously taken. Sev-
eral hundred prisoner, and nine
machine guns were captured.
In Westw* C-lni.i ngTTTThg
he region of Gorlice.
Eight army corps have entered
Ilungaray by four ways and have
begun a vast invasion which has
thrown the I luiignrians into panic.
An Associated PiSSS despatch
from London says that 200.000
troops have passed Cologne on
their wiy to reinforce General von
I linderhurgs army in Poland.
An official of a neutral nation
after visiting France and Geimany
make; the statement that the war
will end in a dra t>. fJf i
New York: The revenue cutter
Manhattan yesterday held up the
Norwegian Au.eiican liner Ber-
genfjiord at bei dock as She was
about to sail and arrested four Ger-
man reservists carrying false pass-
ports. The four reservists and two
German agents were jailed. I lie
authorities are investigating a I leg.
ed conspiracy in many other cities
in America.
All Britons observed today as
the day of Intercessions of Payer
by all religious denominations for
peace.
/pita wi'l command the south
ern forces and Villa the northern.
Prance admits some gains soutn-
east of Rheims hut at heavy cost.
The Fienjh aic bombarding Alt-
Ifirch an I have destroyed part of
the railroad. General offensive has
been assumed all ih" wmv between
the sea and Switsi I irtd but terrific
weather interferes with extended
opeiat ions.
It is sai I that tin Admiralty in
England will resort lo conscupl
tion soon,
I he Germans have captured im-
portant position of Borjimow.
Klse where they have not been able
to progress.
The Austrian retreat has degene-
rated into q IOU".
:o:

The S S Sgur.inCa" arrived
in New York this morning.
TENDE
VVILL be received by the un-^
dersigned until noon ow
Thursday the 21st January, 19.15
for the purchase of the Schoon-
er "flattie H. Roberts'" her fix-
tures and appurtenances.
KENNETH SOLOMON
C. T. PARRlNGTON
Executors Estate John Alfred.
24th Deer. 1914.
Tenders should be addressed
"KENNETH SOLOMaN
"Chambers,
"Tender for I lattic H. Robert*
NOTICE
XIII. Business heretofore car-
ried on by the late John
Alfred will be continued tinder
the same name by the under
signed Trutees and Executors
to his Estate.
Mr Clarence Thorpe Earring-
ton, who has an interest in iho
business, will be Manager there-
of.
KENNETH SOLOMON
C. T. FARUINGION
Trustees and Excutors.
Nassau, ist Dec. 1914.
NOTICE
ALL persons having claims
;i gainst the Estate of the late
John Alfred .ire requested to
render the same duly attested,
and those indebted thereto to
make payment to Kenneth Solo-
mon 'me of the Executors of his
will.
KENNETH SOLOMON
C. T. FARRINGTON
En ecu tors,
Nassau.
16th Dec. 1914.
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FOR RENT
A house 111 Dowdesvvell St.
(South Side) in two apart-
ments, two buildings east of the
Gospel Hall. Possession given
immediately.
A|>plv to
KENNETH "SOLOMON
or
C. T. FARIHNGTON
30 Dec. 1914
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STAMPS
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