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ped two bombs without doing WOTII^F* damage, The Z< s disapHUllvL pea red i wards tin English coast. Iinglan Is repl) i i the Washi m Note with ref( rence to American shipping will be alto. Iiei >nciliatoi \ According t'i i ngliuli : •itchi all coucaeaions will • %  hie E i inddeems lot in direct with THOMAS M. KNOWLES ' Is now prepared to supply I it is b -ncwul i:t relinquish . . J ', "*..: and deliver tli.' purest milk undet e: circumstances, to be obtained anywhere! THE wt II known Dairyman of the East Brit ... in IQ 14. due war, ol in exports and f355.ooo.ooo in im pert*,compared with the ; revious year. A complete change in I 1 latent situation is expected by the Russian victoi 5 o ei thi lurks. I he latti retired r for I liile .%  !'! %  I 1 he I ic moven invading I lungai s of 1 P tlnough Bukowina and simuli ously adv incmg on ( 1 in (ialicia they have the combined German Austrian \rmy. Then is DO II: I landers where the water it leep Ho ding fie! Isan roads \ I rench coi respi rod %  : | f thi "London Ma i '. ppelin in kirk Hying %  1 >wards England 'hat t e Othl led it Villa has taken • 1 the fortes on the American border and p o| "• to sop the fighting thereby annihilation o( Can forces. Carran/as Brmy 1reported marching toward ity of Mexi. I'. GASOLINE TN Drums and 10 Gallon Cans. Price our shilling Gallon. All previous prices cant ellt C. C. SAUNDERS East Bav St. \a>sau X I'. Ian. 5th 1915. FOR RENT from his Dairv Farm on East > Shirley Street', opposite Wil-, liamsStreet. Orders maybe delivered at his Store on East Hay St. No. 528, 'Phone No. lit'. Delivery at from 7 a.m. to 10 a.m.. and from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. dailj irj San.' Bottles. Many germs make milk impun In Knowles' milk no germs found ; Look at the bottles in which its sold, at Knowles who takes them all around. Mills' like his needs no lac torn et>:, In verification of its streng Liquor pura nee impura Knowles would never go tli.it length. NOTICE A LL persons having claims against the Kstatu of the late John Alfred are requested to ler the same duly attested, and those indebted thereto to make payment to Kenneth Solomon one of the Executors of his will. KENNETH SOLOMON C. T. FARRINGTON Executors. Nassau, ibth Dec. 1914. D W A. MATHER UNDERTAKER ESIRES to inform, hifri*nir TENDERS yjJUA. be received by the undersigned until noon of Thursday the 21st January, 1915 for the purchase of the Sch< • r "Hattie II. Roberts*' her fixtures and appurtenances. KENNETH SOLOMON C. T FARRINGTON cutors Estate John Alfred. 24th Deer 191 1. Tenders should be addret "KENNETH SOLOMAN "Charnl 1 T( oder for Hattie II. Robert*. just received a complete outfit of facilities for the buisnoes of an undertaker, which places him in a poaitii ;. to carry out Funerals that may be entrusted to his care with SJ tem and despatch ; and respect fully solicits then patronage Get my Prices first and prove that thane are the very lowest f<>r the first class work, NOTICE THE Business heretofore ried on by the late John Alfred will be continued under the same name by the under NOTICE T HIS is ti in the public that ii any person or in rsons are found trespassing on my lot of land situate on Forbes Hill in the Island of Little Exuma, they will be j dealt with ling to the Law. ERNEST CLARKE 1 Owner) JACOB CLARKE (Overseer) Forbes Hill, Little Exuma July 23rd 1915 LOOK : The following Blank forms A house in Dowdeswell St. signed Trutees and Executors „iav be had at "TheTribune" 'Smith Sid' in two apartto Ins Kstate. rK (South Sidi in t'.vo apartments, two buildings east of the i iospel I lilt. Possession given immediate!), Apply to KENNETH SOLOMON or C. T. FARRINGTON 30 Dec. 1014 to his Kstate. Mr Clarence Thorpe Farrington, who has an interest in the business, will be Manager thereof. KENNETH SOLOMON C. T. FARRINGTON Trustees'and Kxcutors. Nassau, 1st Dec. igi^. Office. Duty Emtry. free Entry. Warehouse Entries. Sponging Artit It s. Ship's Reports. • In quantities at Special Rates Wear Armbrister's Shoes



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Nullius eddlctus (urare In verb* mtkgiatrl. Being bound to iweur to the Dogma.* of no K*.ater. VOL. XII. N.V.NIWI. N. P.. Bahamas. Friday. Jknuwy . 1915 so. ^9 L OTLBBBT DUPUCH, Edit I '"' I'r.tvirtor OrPIOB M MARKET BTBBBT • IN, .V. /'. linhnmii' •l'KONi: aOO. P. O. BOX UNPUBLISHED DAILY Monday, Wednesday and Fii lay— single COpJ Tueaday.an-1 Ihur'e m [k i >py id Saturday -singta i Weekly K Monthly I 4-. >\ uarterly %  IfYeafl) Vaarly K 9 18) PAYAIH.K IN ADVANCE Atlverti ; % %  Rates P'' }•"• for first insertion; three end pei line fomcoodinMrtii n %  %  i( i line foi subsquenl insert \ \ ertiMmeoti m It i '•' hi '' ""• '" %  PT PUBLISHED A I 4 I'M. BIRTHS. On the 38th l-M.-'i.h.M, 1914 Id the wile ol Mr. E. VV. R,obf/ts, Asst. Light Keep", t'.iy l.obos-a daughter. On. the 8t!i January 19IS. at n i>m# -_to the wife of Mr. Eugeoa Alhurv — a son. Latest War News January 71b. 1911 GOVKUNMKNT PKKSS London. French peasantry in the • valley of the Meuse South' of the Belgian frontier are Starving to death. The people are absolutely without food and many deaths have resulted. Over a million people are destitute in Belgium and unable to pay for food. All Belgium now on a ration of ten ounces daily Lord Kitchener reviews the military situation and praises the Alliedjforces, particularly the Servians. Washington. Steamer Denver bound t<> Bremen, Germany from Norfolk, Viiginm with a cargo of cotton has been delayed at K.rkwall, Orkney Islands, North Scotland and owners ask state department foi expl n it ion. Washington. Wilson's Mexican policy harshly criticized by Lodge, declared 'hat" state of revolution .•xi-ts in Mexico an l thai it is useless for the Tinted States to adopt any policy other than a military occupation. Asserted animosity tO Hneria had directed Wilson polil } Washington, World Congress neutral nations will convene in Washington today and may define the rights of neutral countries in wartime \1! nations of the earth ;ire invited. Washington, For the sixth time President Wilson faced women and told them he is againts suffrage as a national issue and would wofk to defeat it. Declared he considered it a state issue and held that the proposed legislative, amendment A is not a |s$ "i pei nianenl way to I'llild. WHShtntfon President Wilson will leave'TashiDgton today for Indianapolis where he will deliver his first purely political address since lie became presj lent. He will appeal at the Jackson Day Celebration. Brunswick Ga. Hope for safety of Rambler's crew wrecked off Cumberland Island on Monday has been abandoned. Two bodies washed ashore and portions ol clothing ol other members of the crew found Macon Ga. Two killed and two injured in a Storm that swept Southern Georgia. Much propertywas also destroyed, by the severe v> ind. New York Worst accident in history of New York's subway. Seven hundred persons on stalled trains were panicstrickenbysmoke from a shortcircuited cable. Over two hundred were injured, one woman fatally. City wrestles with a transport*. tion blockade. The accident occurred between 58th and 50th St. Washington, Admioialretion leaders said tonight that they would make a determined fight tomorrow to bring the government ship purchase bill before the Senate for debate. January 8th 1915. London 7th. Governor Bahamas. Official news January 7th: The French anil Russian go* rnmeits report no important developements excepting continued Russian offensive in Bukowina. Further reports from the Caucasus confirm the complete character of Turkish defeats. Two army corps were almost annihilated. (Sighed) HARCOUR1 PICK in DP The French official statement announces important advances at St Miheleand the rapture of th first line of German trenches in Woevre district near Fleury. It also claims advantages of artillery fighting between the North Sea and the River Lyt, In the region of I.ille a violent German attack was repulsed. The Germans conducted a fierce bombardment south of Dixmude without making any headway. All positions gained by the French around Steinpach have been retained, German attacks being successfully rep 1 1 d The French have made further advances towards Altkirch, occupying foiests tWO and a half miles distant. The German war office teports hard fighting around Arras and that the French were repulsed with heavy losses in theArgonneregion. It Slates that there have been no changes in the eastern area where the German army is progressing slowly, but greatly hindered by bad weather. Unofficial dispatches from Petrograd show that the Russians facing the Germans and Austnans ire now sufficiently numerous to surpass the enemy's strength at all points along the line. This applies to operations in Fast Prussia, Poland and Galicia, It is not anticipated that the Germans will make any further progress on Warsaw. The Turks who have invaded Russiac territory have been innihilated. I heir losses are placed at 50.000, besides prisoners. French batteries yesterday drove ol several Zeppelins which appeared over Dunkirk. One craft dropw


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Nullius eddlctus (urare In verb* mtkgiatrl.
Being bound to iweur to the Dogma.* of no K*.ater.
VOL. XII.
n.v.niwi. N. P.. Bahamas. Friday. Jknuwy . 1915
so. ^9
L OTLBBBT DUPUCH,
Edit I '"' I'r.tvirtor
OrPIOB M MARKET BTBBBT
IN, .V. /'. linhnmii'
l'KONi: aOO. P. O. BOX UN-
PUBLISHED DAILY
Monday, Wednesday and Fii lay
single COpJ
Tueaday.an-1 Ihur'e m [k i >py id
Saturday -singta i
Weekly K
Monthly ...... I '
..... 4-. >\
uarterly
IfYeafl)
Vaarly
K
9
18)
PAYAIH.K IN ADVANCE
Atlverti ; Rates P'' }"
for first insertion; three end pei line
fomcoodinMrtii n i( i
line foi subsquenl insert
\ \ ertiMmeoti m It i '' hi '' "" '"
PT PUBLISHED A I 4 I'M.
BIRTHS.
On the 38th l-M.-'i.h.M, 1914 Id
the wile ol Mr. E. VV. R,obf/ts,
Asst. Light Keep", t'.iy l.obos-a
daughter.
On. the 8t!i January 19IS. at n
i>m#-_to the wife of Mr. Eugeoa
Alhurv a son.
Latest War News
January 71b. 1911
GOVKUNMKNT PKKSS
London. French peasantry in the
valley of the Meuse South' of the
Belgian frontier are Starving to
death.
The people are absolutely with-
out food and many deaths have
resulted. Over a million people are
destitute in Belgium and unable
to pay for food. All Belgium now
on a ration of ten ounces daily
Lord Kitchener reviews the
military situation and praises the
Alliedjforces, particularly the Ser-
vians.
Washington. Steamer Denver
bound t<> Bremen, Germany from
Norfolk, Viiginm with a cargo of
cotton has been delayed at K.rk-
wall, Orkney Islands, North Scot-
land and owners ask state depart-
ment foi expl n it ion.
Washington. Wilson's Mexican
policy harshly criticized by Lodge,
declared 'hat" state of revolution
.xi-ts in Mexico an l thai it is
useless for the Tinted States to
adopt any policy other than a
military occupation. Asserted an-
imosity tO Hneria had directed
Wilson polil } .
Washington, World Congress
neutral nations will convene in
Washington today and may define
the rights of neutral countries in
wartime \1! nations of the earth
;ire invited.
Washington, For the sixth time
President Wilson faced women and
told them he is againts suffrage as
a national issue and would wofk to
defeat it. Declared he considered it
a state issue and held that the
proposed legislative, amendment
a is not a |s$ "i pei nianenl way
to I'llild.
WHShtntfon President Wilson
will leave'TashiDgton today for
Indianapolis where he will deliver
his first purely political address
since lie became presj lent. He will
appeal at the Jackson Day Cele-
bration.
Brunswick Ga. Hope for safety
of Rambler's crew wrecked off
Cumberland Island on Monday has
been abandoned. Two bodies
washed ashore and portions ol
clothing ol other members of the
crew found
Macon Ga. Two killed and two
injured in a Storm that swept
Southern Georgia. Much property-
was also destroyed, by the severe
v> ind.
New York Worst accident in
history of New York's subway.
Seven hundred persons on stalled
trains were panicstrickenbysmoke
from a shortcircuited cable. Over
two hundred were injured, one
woman fatally.
City wrestles with a transport*.
tion blockade. The accident oc-
curred between 58th and 50th St.
Washington, Admioialretion
leaders said tonight that they
would make a determined fight
tomorrow to bring the government
ship purchase bill before the Senate
for debate.
January 8th 1915.
London 7th.
Governor
Bahamas.
Official news January 7th: The
French anil Russian go* rnmeits
report no important developements
excepting continued Russian offen-
sive in Bukowina.
Further reports from the Cauca-
sus confirm the complete character
of Turkish defeats. Two army corps
were almost annihilated.
(Sighed)
HARCOUR1
pick in DP
The French official statement an-
nounces important advances at St
Miheleand the rapture of th first
line of German trenches in Woevre
district near Fleury. It also claims
advantages of artillery fighting be-
tween the North Sea and the River
Lyt, In the region of I.ille a vio-
lent German attack was repulsed.
The Germans conducted a fierce
bombardment south of Dixmude
without making any headway.
All positions gained by the
French around Steinpach have been
retained, German attacks being
successfully rep 11- d
The French have made further
advances towards Altkirch, occu-
pying foiests tWO and a half miles
distant.
The German war office teports
hard fighting around Arras and that
the French were repulsed with
heavy losses in theArgonneregion.
It Slates that there have been no
changes in the eastern area where
the German army is progressing
slowly, but greatly hindered by bad
weather.
Unofficial dispatches from Pet-
rograd show that the Russians
facing the Germans and Austnans
ire now sufficiently numerous to
surpass the enemy's strength at all
points along the line. This applies
to operations in Fast Prussia, Po-
land and Galicia, It is not antici-
pated that the Germans will make
any further progress on Warsaw.
The Turks who have invaded
Russiac territory have been in-
nihilated. I heir losses are placed
at 50.000, besides prisoners.
French batteries yesterday drove
ol several Zeppelins which appear-
ed over Dunkirk. One craft drop-
w


ped two bombs without doing WOTII^F*
damage, The Z< s disap- HUllvL
pea red i wards tin English coast.
Iinglan Is repl) i i the Wash-
i m Note with ref( rence to
American shipping will be alto.
Iiei >nciliatoi \ According t'i
i ngliuli : - itchi all coucaeaions
will hie E i inddeems
lot in direct with THOMAS M. KNOWLES
' Is now prepared to supply I
it is b -ncwul i:t relinquish . J ', "*..:
_ and deliver tli.' purest milk
undet e: circumstances, to be obtained anywhere!
THE wt II known
Dairyman of the
East
Brit ...
in iq 14. due war, ol
in exports and f355.ooo.ooo in im
pert*,compared with the ; revious
year.
A complete change in I 1 lat-
ent situation is expected by the
Russian victoi 5 o ei thi lurks.
I he latti
retired
r for I liile
.-!'! I 1 he
I ic moven
invading I lungai s
of 1 P
tlnough Bukowina and simuli
ously adv incmg on ( 1
in (ialicia they have the
combined German Austrian \rmy.
Then is do II: I landers
where the water it
leep Ho ding fie! Isan roads \
I rench coi respi rod : | f thi "Lon-
don Ma i '. ppelin
in kirk Hying
1 >wards England 'hat t e
Othl led it
Villa has taken 1 the
fortes on the American border and
p o| " to sop the fighting there-
by annihilation o( Can.....-
forces.
Carran/as Brmy 1- reported
marching toward ity of Mexi.
I'.
GASOLINE
tN Drums and 10 Gallon
* Cans. Price our shilling
Gallon. All previous
prices cant ellt
C. C. SAUNDERS
East Bav St.
\a>sau X I'.
Ian. 5th 1915.
FOR RENT
from his Dairv Farm on East
> Shirley Street', opposite Wil-,
liamsStreet. Orders maybe
delivered at his Store on East
Hay St. No. 528, 'Phone No.
lit'. Delivery at from 7 a.m.
to 10 a.m.. and from 3 p.m.
to 5 p.m. dailj irj San.'
Bottles.
Many germs make milk im-
pun
In Knowles' milk no germs
found ;
Look at the bottles in which
its sold, at
Knowles who takes them all
around.
Mills' like his needs no lac torn
et>:,
In verification of its streng
Liquor pura nee impura
Knowles would never go
tli.it length.
NOTICE
A LL persons having claims
against the Kstatu of the late
John Alfred are requested to
ler the same duly attested,
and those indebted thereto to
make payment to Kenneth Solo-
mon one of the Executors of his
will.
KENNETH SOLOMON
C. T. FARRINGTON
Executors.
Nassau,
ibth Dec. 1914.

D
W A. MATHER
UNDERTAKER
ESIRES to inform, hi- fri*nir
TENDERS
yjJUA. be received by the un-
dersigned until noon of
Thursday the 21st January, 1915
for the purchase of the Sch<
r "Hattie II. Roberts*' her fix-
tures and appurtenances.
KENNETH SOLOMON
C. T FARRINGTON
cutors Estate John Alfred.
24th Deer 191 1.
Tenders should be addret
"KENNETH SOLOMAN
"Charnl 1
T( oder for Hattie II. Robert*.
just received a complete outfit of
facilities for the buisnoes of an un-
dertaker, which places him in a
poaitii ;. to carry out Funerals that
may be entrusted to his care with
SJ tem and despatch ; and respect
fully solicits then patronage Get
my Prices first and prove that thane
are the very lowest f<>r the first class
work,
NOTICE
THE Business heretofore
ried on by the late John
Alfred will be continued under
the same name by the under
NOTICE
THIS is ti in the pub-
lic that ii any person or
in rsons are found trespassing
on my lot of land situate on
Forbes Hill in the Island of
Little Exuma, they will be
j dealt with ling to the
Law.
ERNEST CLARKE
1 Owner)
JACOB CLARKE
(Overseer)
Forbes Hill, Little Exuma
July 23rd 1915
LOOK :
The following Blank forms
A house in Dowdeswell St. signed Trutees and Executors iav be had at "TheTribune"
'Smith Sid' in two apart- to Ins Kstate. rK
(South Sidi in t'.vo apart-
ments, two buildings east of the
i iospel I lilt. Possession given
immediate!),
Apply to
KENNETH SOLOMON
or
C. T. FARRINGTON
30 Dec. 1014
to his Kstate.
Mr Clarence Thorpe Farring-
ton, who has an interest in the
business, will be Manager there-
of.
KENNETH SOLOMON
C. T. FARRINGTON
Trustees'and Kxcutors.
Nassau, 1st Dec. igi^.
Office.
Duty Emtry.
free Entry.
Warehouse Entries.
Sponging Artit It s.
Ship's Reports.
In quantities at Special Rates
Wear Armbrister's Shoes


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