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and Radetky WWL itauiageu Iiy Anglo-French fleets attack on Poli were confirmed by a despatch to-day from Trieste. London.— Berlin announces that Dardanelles ports have begun a bombardment of the Allies Jllack Sea fleet. One ship lias been damaged. Ottawa.—The Canadian State Department denies the statement made in Congress that Canadian troops on the way to the war had crossed American territory in Maine. New York.—District Attorney Whitman made a statement to-day that when he says he favour-, state police he refers to a state constabulary which would exclude first class cities sucl; as New York, Rochester end Buffal >. Washington.—I he text of the navy appropriation bill wasngn i d to by the house committee as published in todays Herald shows that a bureau of Strategy, and nnrqunle reserve, more marine corps and officers and a suitable aviation corps were all provided for Washington:—Although! ien< .,1 Mnytorena has refused to sign an %  8 "'lit neutralizing b o i d ei territory negotiations in this r< rd arc still in progress. 1'iesid.iii (iut'•rriez IIPS instructed Maytorena to make no attack on Naco, and to Withdraw forces from the border pending a (loser study of the situation. January 6th IQtJ, London 5th. Governor, Ha ha mas. Official news January jib:—-The French government reports the capture of the entire "vi'lape of Stienbadi in Upper Alsace. Russian government reports further successes especially ne;ir Bolernofl and in Western Galicia. 5.000 lurks were taken prisoners in the 'SUS (Signed) HAKCOTRT. 'I lie Prench have effectively carned the village of Stejnbacli the surrounding heights, thirty miles from the Rhine and are advancing towards Sennhein. This is only 14 miles ivest of Cobnar and is on the road to Mi ulhaiisen. I he Ge.rmans admit these gains but announce I hey won at intervals along the western war front, cap. tilling a trench and several prison, ersnear Arras. The Gem: ins also Claim advances in Argonne re fflon, I lie Trench made progress in the I dunes around St. Georges, German sappers were stopped west f lens and near Lille where the French re-captured a trench taken by the Germans. Die Russian war office an* IIUUirCGS-a UCCIS1V5 Vicluiy over the Turks in the Caucasus. All Turkish positions are now said to be held by the Russians. The Rut. have occupied eight townships in Hungary and continue their invasion routing the A us t liana through the Carpatbain passes.The Russian sian statement announces complete success in Buckowina and Galicia. The drive toward Warsaw has been renewed. The Germans failed again in their attempt ta cross the B/ura. The Hague reports that German aviators dropped bombs on some British munition shops in Northern France neai Dunkirk and it is said that 100 soldiers were killed 01 wounded. Amsterdam:Other Catholics veie arrested besides Cardinal Mercier, but have been released. Vrra Cruz:—General Obrrgon has reported to Carran/a that he hasenptured the city of Pueblo. New York:An Amsterdam deepatch to the New Ymk Times says the German commander has ordered all Belgians available fir 1914, 1915 and [916 to report at German headquarters 'or enrollment in the German army i NOTICE T HIS is lo inform the public that if any person or persons are found trespassing on my lot of land situate on Forbes Hill in the Island of Little Exuma, they will be dealt with according to the Law. ERNEST CLARKE (Owner) JACOB CLARKE (Overseer) Forbes Hill, Little Exuma July 23rd 1915 GASOLINE TN Drums and 10 Gallon Cans. Price one shilling per Gallon. All previous prices cancelled. C. C. SAUNDERS East Hay St. Nassau N. 1*. .Ian. s'l' 1915. Fresh Onion Seed FROM TENERIFFE AND NATIVE SEED CORN Toote's, 499 Bay Street NOTICE Men of the Bahamas who have 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 on Thurday the 7th January at .) o'clock p.m. sharp. Those who have not yet volunteered and who are desirous of doing so may have their names enrolled at the Commandant's Office on any day before Thursday next between cj a.m. and 3 p.m. R. H. C. CRAWFORD Commandant of police, .jili January 1915. Mapes Fertilizers / noiu carry in stock the following formulas: Pineapple.— It bas been proven that this has no equal and a visit to fields using same will convince you. Vegetable.— Now is the time to use this and increase your yield in Tomatoes, Potatoes, Onions and all other vegetables by 100 per cent. Orange Tree.— \<> .assist the growth of Young Citrus Tree. Fruit and Wine. Increase the yield and grovi th of old Citrus trees. For further information and books on the use of these Fertilisers, please apply to WALTER K. MOORE Agent for Mapes lertiliier in the Hiihumas. LOOK: The following Blank forms maybe had at "TheTribune" Office. Duty Entry. Free Entry. Warehouse Entries. Sponging Articles. Ship's Reports, in quantities at Special Rates



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Publication Date: Wednesday, January 06, 1915
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Nwllivi* addiclua |urar In verba maglstri.
Belr\|( bound to awenr to th Dogmiva of r\o Maater.
VOL. XII.
Nbmam, N. P.. Bnh.m&i, Wadneadav. Januarr '. 1915
NO 57
L. GILBKRT DUPTJOH,
Editor and Propriety'.
OKMCK: 44 MA UK KT STUKKT
Nassau, N. P., liahnmas
TBONB 200. P. O. BOX 163.
i'l
id
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PUBLISHED DAILY
Monday, Wednesday and Friday
single COOT.........
Tuesday, and Thursdaysingle copy
Saturdaysingle copy
Weakly ............
Monthly ............n-
Quarterly........ 4*<-
flail Yearly..........S*.
Yeaily ............!<
PAYAB1.K IN ADVANTK
Advertising Rates: Sis pence |>cr line
for first insertion; tbret pence |>er line
for second insertion ; and 004 peony per
line, for suhsqucnt insertions.
Advertisements under eight lines is.
zm- PUBLISHED AT 4 P.M.
We record with tmich rcpret tlie
death of Mr. Edmund Hilton Curry
Junior partner of the firm of W. 11.
Curry residence in Union Street tliis morn-
ing after a protracted illo* I,
Mr. Curry leaves a wife a son and
a daughter nnd a large circle of
other relatives to whom we oiler
our sincere sympathy,
:o:
Late arrivals at tlie Hotel I.u.
cerne.
Mr. and Mrs. Ceo. W. Reinhardt,
Mr. and Mrs. N. II. Biggur, Mr. |.
R. Petrie, Mr. and Mrs. G. A. (i II
rue, MissK. Clement, and Miss L.
Clement.
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BAND PROGRAMME.
Thursday 8.15 p.m.
1. March 1 'he Etonians'
a. V.ilse "Barcelona Beauties**
3. Gavotte "l.ouisNiir'
4. Selection frQinibe opera'tFauit''
5 Patrol "Southern Dfcam'1
(By Request)
(,. Valsc "Dreaming"
7. Chorus "Comrades in Arms"
"God Save the King"
W. COEN.
Bandmaster.
Latest War News
RADIOGRAM
January 5th tote.
OOVKBNMHrf I'Kllss
London:British warships botn
harded the town of Dar es Islaara,
capitol of German Bast Africa in.
flicting much damage and di
all German vessels in the harbour,
The town is the terminus ol r
large caravan route and has im
portant commercial interests.
Inclement weather lias forced a
lull all along the European battle
fronts, Berlin admits 'he loss of
Steinbacb. an Upper Alsace village,
Artillery duels marked the fight-
ing in the West.
Germans declare that the situa-
tion on the East front is unchanged.
The American note still occu-
pies a prominent position.
The Formidable was sunk by a
submarine.
Berlin: Trie official press bureau
today announce that a German
submarine had reported to the
admiralty that it had torpedoed
and sunk the battleship Formid-
able ofi Plymouth- British destroy-
ers pursued the submarine.
New York:'1 he disbanding of
the 22ndregiment engincersof New
York has been followed by the an-
nouncement from Major General
O'Reilly that the "Ballroom era"
is over and that efforts will he con-
centrated next year toward making
the national gu ird an efficient and
practical fighting force.
London:The British reply to
the American note about con-
trabands will be sent this \vecl<.
An outline of the reply has been
sent to France since that country
is active In searching the Med-
iterranean. It is believed (hat the
regulations will be loosened up on
neutral countries giving assurance
th.it they will not assist in supply-
ing Germany, Austria and Turkey
with war munitions.
Washington:General Scot of
the United States army and Gene-
ral Villa have arranged to confer
tonight on the national bridge St
El Paso Texas with a view to ar-
riving at an understanding perma-
nently to pievent firing across the
Mexican border by factions.
Copenhagen: A Norwegian
steamer arriving from Gibraltar
announces that n British cruiser
has brought in the 1 lamburg Amer-
ican liner Grnecia.
Chicago: 1 demand for
wheat resulted today in spectacular
buying on the board of tiade here.
I 1. top quotation reached Si.31
foi M ly delivery.
January 6th 191.5.
New York,The Wednesdaj
morning edition of the Nw !
lid published exclusively a
despatch dated Amsterdam, lues
day, which announces thai Card -
ual Mercier, Archbishop of Mechlin
and Primate of Belgian, was ar-
rested yesterday by German sol-
diers and placed in jail, No doubt
his arrest was the result o| a letter
to his diocesans ordered read 111
all Belgian churches declaring_f.li il
the Germans had no lawful au-
thority m Belgium and therefore
the Belgians owed them no loy il-
ly or obeisance. (
' London.- The "Herald Bureau"
learns that Brittins reply to the
American shipping protest will he
forthcoming in a few days and
that there is no truth in the repor.18
ih it it will be a wholesale surren-
der of British contentions, or will
involve the creAtian ol a special
prize court.
London.The struggle in Lpper
Alsace (or the possession of Cer.
nay continues. The French are
advancing inch by inch. They
have-captured Steinbach and re-
ports are momentarily expected
th it they have also taken Ceinay.
Bremen. -Tin' ElMonte from
Galveston Texas, the first Ameri-
can merchantman to arrive for 40
years, arrive 1 in this port on Jan-
uary 1st.
She was brought into Bremen
by Captain Pinchin who had nei-
ther mine char's or pilot. She
was loaded with cotton.
petrograd.- The Turkish frce
North ol Kus are threatened wi'h
rfisaster. The enemy is in disor-
folly flight almost complete!)
Mi rounded by Russians who hold
the main mads. Ihe Russians
have attacked Aidahan on two
sides and heavy artillery is now
playing an important part.
Geneva.Reports that the Aus-
trian battleships VMbut Unit"



and Radetky wwl itauiageu Iiy
Anglo-French fleets attack on Po-
li were confirmed by a despatch
to-day from Trieste.
London. Berlin announces that
Dardanelles ports have begun a
bombardment of the Allies Jllack
Sea fleet. One ship lias been
damaged.
Ottawa.The Canadian State
Department denies the statement
made in Congress that Canadian
troops on the way to the war had
crossed American territory in
Maine.
New York.District Attorney
Whitman made a statement to-day
that when he says he favour-, state
police he refers to a state consta-
bulary which would exclude first
class cities sucl; as New York,
Rochester end Buffal >.
Washington.I he text of the
navy appropriation bill wasngn i d
to by the house committee as pub-
lished in todays Herald shows
that a bureau of Strategy, and
nnrqunle reserve, more marine
corps and officers and a suitable
aviation corps were all provided
for
Washington:Although! ien< .,1
Mnytorena has refused to sign an
8 ..... "'lit neutralizing b o i d ei
territory negotiations in this r< rd
arc still in progress. 1'iesid.iii (iut-
'rriez Iips instructed Maytorena
to make no attack on Naco, and to
Withdraw forces from the border
pending a (loser study of the sit-
uation.
January 6th IQtJ,
London 5th.
Governor,
Ha ha mas.
Official news January jib:-The
French government reports the
capture of the entire "vi'lape of
Stienbadi in Upper Alsace.
Russian government reports fur-
ther successes especially ne;ir Bole-
rnofl and in Western Galicia. 5.000
lurks were taken prisoners in the
! 'SUS
(Signed)
HAKCOTRT.
'I lie Prench have effectively car-
ned the village of Stejnbacli
the surrounding heights, thirty
miles from the Rhine and are ad-
vancing towards Sennhein. This
is only 14 miles ivest of Cobnar and
is on the road to Mi ulhaiisen.
I he Ge.rmans admit these gains
but announce I hey won at intervals
along the western war front, cap.
tilling a trench and several prison,
ersnear Arras. The Gem: ins also
Claim advances in Argonne re
fflon,
I lie Trench made progress in the
I dunes around St. Georges,
German sappers were stopped west
f lens and near Lille where the
French re-captured a trench taken
by the Germans.
Die Russian war office an*
IIUUirCGS-a UCCIS1V5 Vicluiy over the
Turks in the Caucasus. All Turk-
ish positions are now said to be
held by the Russians. The Rut.
have occupied eight townships in
Hungary and continue their inva-
sion routing the A us t liana through
the Carpatbain passes.The Russian
sian statement announces complete
success in Buckowina and Galicia.
The drive toward Warsaw has
been renewed. The Germans fail-
ed again in their attempt ta cross
the B/ura.
The Hague reports that German
aviators dropped bombs on some
British munition shops in Northern
France neai Dunkirk and it is said
that 100 soldiers were killed 01
wounded.
Amsterdam:- Other Catholics
veie arrested besides Cardinal
Mercier, but have been released.
Vrra Cruz:General Obrrgon
has reported to Carran/a that he
hasenptured the city of Pueblo.
New York:- An Amsterdam dee-
patch to the New Ymk Times says
the German commander has order-
ed all Belgians available fir 1914,
1915 and [916 to report at German
headquarters 'or enrollment in the
German army
i
NOTICE
THIS is lo inform the pub-
lic that if any person or
persons are found trespassing
on my lot of land situate on
Forbes Hill in the Island of
Little Exuma, they will be
dealt with according to the
Law.
ERNEST CLARKE
(Owner)
JACOB CLARKE
(Overseer)
Forbes Hill, Little Exuma
July 23rd 1915
GASOLINE
TN Drums and 10 Gallon
Cans. Price one shilling
per Gallon. All previous
prices cancelled.
C. C. SAUNDERS
East Hay St.
Nassau N. 1*.
.Ian. s'l' 1915.
Fresh Onion Seed
FROM TENERIFFE
AND NATIVE SEED CORN
Toote's, 499 Bay Street
NOTICE
Men of the Bahamas who
have 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 on Thurday the
7th January at .) o'clock p.m.
sharp.
Those who have not yet
volunteered and who are de-
sirous of doing so may have
their names enrolled at the
Commandant's Office on any
day before Thursday next be-
tween cj a.m. and 3 p.m.
R. H. C. CRAWFORD
Commandant of police,
.jili January 1915.
Mapes Fertilizers
/ noiu carry in stock the
following formulas:
Pineapple. It bas been prov-
en that this has no equal
and a visit to fields using
same will convince you.
Vegetable.Now is the time
to use this and increase
your yield in Tomatoes,
Potatoes, Onions and all
other vegetables by 100
per cent.
Orange Tree. \<> .assist the
growth of Young Citrus
Tree.
Fruit and Wine. Increase the
yield and grovi th of old
Citrus trees.
For further information
and books on the use of these
Fertilisers, please apply to
WALTER K. MOORE
Agent for Mapes lertiliier
in the Hiihumas.
look:
The following Blank forms
maybe had at "TheTribune"
Office.
Duty Entry.
Free Entry.
Warehouse Entries.
Sponging Articles.
Ship's Reports,
in quantities at Special Rates


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