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I:,ill occupied on the pr< tfious day. u'ussinii reports say that near l)\ ins|< I. lie enemy were driven from HazanhirichJ firm and wood. Near Pirisk headquarters the 82nd German division was surprised and two gene 'rah, one commanding tlie division were taken prisoners. Italy reports the offensive continues Montenero, Gori/.a and Carso. Seven hundred prisoners weir captured. (Signed) BONAR LAW. Lond< '!i :— Pic-id Marshal F rench was in London yes lerday for a conference with Premier Agquith. 'I he British casualties published during Novi rhber total IlOO officers and 45 JOO noncommissioned officers and men. The total since the bemingof hostilities haabee'n 600.000. i he British steamer Dotterel has been sunk, pies lmably by submarines. Field Marshall Karl Kitchener returned today Berlin: Constantinople advises that the Brifcish forces m Mesopotamia are < ontinuing their retreat after the ban I.of November 25th win. h resulted in a victoryfor the Turks. Among the British los-es was a cavalry commander killed. London: Athens advices f thai Greece's reply to the Entente Pow rs note continue the policy of benevolent neutrality 1! (reei e's sovereign rights are not infringed and no resti i< tions of a military chnrai t< r are imposed* The German positions on the Belgian coast from Zeebrugge to ( Igtend were bombarded for two hours this morning by a British squadron, ace, irding to Amsterdam advice s. Bucharest advices say that Koumania has notified" Russia that she earnestly desiies to remain neutral therefore Russian ships will not be permitted to enter the Danube River which is mined. Berlin: —The war office announces the capture of 1'iisrend in Westei n Serbia near the Albanian frontier. W ilrningion, I )elawan : An explosion in the powder mills of the Dupont Company cau-ed the death of tl irtv workmen and injury to many others. Washington: —The AustroNungarian government dt 5ires more time in which to complete its statement on the sinking of the An'cona. I he Austrian government lacks the report from the-com man der of the submarine. The Austro Germans have had to divert part of their armies down the Danube to Roumanian honli ices are; 1 shillings pe'r do/., or li ss toi largei quantitii s. We also print initials in gold letters on wi it ing paper ami envelopes, which makes very appropriate and inexpen sive Xmas pre scuts. D lane WEI I.INC. hose No. do, corner Nassau Court Apply to J. \V. DAVIS Advertise in he Tribune Quarry Stone For Sale. Si e AM 1 in R P. SUT roN 10 East St 1 c t. Williams' Shoes Are Better i



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\ Nulllua nildi< mi |urare in veiba muHlati Hci r bound to swear lo the Dn|m&i nlnoMmter. VOL. XIII. Nassau. N. !.. Bahamas. WEDNESDAY. December. I. 1415. NC I. OILBKRT Di'l'i rn. Editor ind Proprietor OPFIOK Corner Shirley 6. Charlotte Sts VOSMM, N I'. Bakan i I'HONK aoo. i'. o. HOX im. IM ;w isiini DAILY RATES Monday, Wo ntwto^ and Fndaji sag! py i lay, and Thun la) tingle copy %  • i n MII. le coot V kly Montbl) Quarterly HalfYeaiit Vaa h %  > %  is id ,Jd I' 6 6d V W Mil. I. IN ADVA Ml. I • rtisuig Hat ia pano |>ei line (• %  i fi %  —t inicrtion: Ihn e 11 ei lin ' u 1 a t i 0 n in War saw district. Thousands have died ami nun Ireds of thousands are suffi ring from hunger. Many are homeless. London: It is reported from Rome that Austria is attempt ing to conclude a separate peace. I.i ndon: The British have withdrawn from vicinity of Bag dad before Turkish reinforce ments. The Britisi position is now further down the Tigris River. 30th November, 1915. London, 39th. Governor, Bahamas. Official News;—General Frem h rej orts various successful operations including the do struction of a Terman submarine off Middlekirke by a British aeroplane. Thesubmarine wa broken in half A party of our troops entered the enemy trenches at (iomme court Wood bombed the enemy in n deep du out and then returned. There was a successful air raid against German aerdome and ammunition factory at I ,a< lhappelle. ()ur aeroplam returned safely aftei doing con sidi table damage. (Signed) BONAR LAW. --:o: 3' i th November, r9r5. London, 38th: -The gn at • r pi irtion of what remains of the Sei bians' Northern army is believed to have crossed the mountains of Albania and Montenegro where the S< 1 bi ans, with the aid of King Nicholas' troops, and suppli s reaching them from the Adriatic, arc continuing to offer -tern resistance to the Austro Ci e 1 m a n-Bulgarian invaders. Like the Belgians, however, the Serbians hold only a fringe of their country which widens as it reaches the Northern c< irner of which Monaslii is the centre. For si me reason varioush explained the Bulgarians have halted tin ir mar. h on M< mat tir. say that Ii ivin ; t of M U l< % %  habited by nationals I people and gov disinclined to West and on in disagreemi nt v. alii, s who are del drivi inly th< and the Mont' 1 tin Fn nch and Brit the B ilkans. Though at have largely the task may pn ' one. Waiter I the nativi pi will be sevi re. Saloniki Satur : iv f first time in eight ; taket mountains of 1 there will !" %  a In a During the latl the week continu compelled the I ^ration-.. gi\ and British tim reinfor ements being at Saloniki and I date theii politi' — :o %  I ber, Govi rnor, R 1,1 mdon, N'I iv, SJews: I rd i returm d from '.in ,\h I In M Ctesiphon battle strength 1 ti mated -ions one of which .'. %  ally wiped 'ill. C I'ownshend aftei the wounded II i has withdrawn top ei di wn the 1 i\ Fram e report I em) wa -. di iven I ei neai 1 ,ab\ rintl Wear Armbrister's Shoes '.'.V


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Nulllua nildi< mi |urare in veiba muHlati
Hcir bound to swear lo the Dn|m&i nlnoMmter.
VOL. XIII.
Nassau. N. !.. Bahamas. WEDNESDAY. December. I. 1415.
NC
I. OILBKRT Di'l'i rn.
Editor ind Proprietor
OPFIOK
Corner Shirley 6. Charlotte Sts
Vosmm, N I'. Bakan i -
I'HONK aoo.
i'. o. hox im.
IM ;w isiini DAILY
RATES
Monday, Wo ntwto^ and Fndaji
sag!.....py .........
i lay, and Thun la) tingle copy
in mii. le coot
V kly
Montbl)
Quarterly
HalfYeaiit
Vaa h
>
is
id
,Jd
I'
6
6d
V W Mil.I. IN ADVA Ml.
I rtisuig Hat ia pano |>ei line
(i fi t inicrtion: Ihn e 11..... ei lin
' line lot MibaqiMui iuaerti i it,
\ :inii'i'int'iits undei eight linei i-.
"Sydney, arc giving aconci rt
to-night in St. Andews Hall,
.it N 11 i I'h k.
The proceeds will be given
to the British' Red Cross
Fund. We are sure that this
will be gen< rously supported
a-, the programme is sure to
be exceptional!) good, and
the i ause is a worthv one.
Ni i I !l ii I is I) ing -pared
by the people of Nassau to
make the all-too brief stay of
II. M A. S. "Sydney in these
waters, a pleasant one.
!lis Excellency the Govern*
or, g ive a garden party in
the grounds of Government
House, where an opportunity
was offered ol meeting Cap-
tian ilossop, and the officers.
A lai ge and representative
g it i ing nailed themselves
of this opp irtunity. Then
wi re quite a number of so< ial
g it lei ings, dain es, an 1 so
t iith, arranged by some of
the leading residi nts at their
homes, and the Boy Scouft
entertained the members of
the i rew right royally at
their club in Market St.
Numbers of people have
visited the ship, and the la-
dies h ive provided ntinn ions
p esents of fruit, newspapers,
mag \z nes, and so forth We
undersl ind that lhe"Sydney"
leaves to in ii row fi ren on.
We are informed that the
ships company of II. M. A. s.
Radiograms
November. 30, 1915.
London:-The French steamer
Algeria and British steamer
Tunis hase been sunk. Twenty
a.....^f the ere v of the French
shipare missing and eighi saved.
Salonika: I he I lulgai ians
are with.hawing troops from
lurkisii Frontier in anticpation
of Russian attacks in the direi
lion of the Black Seaor tluou^h
Rnumania.
Berlin: Emperor William
arrived iif Vienna today and
visited Emperor Francis Joseph.
Paris, Earl Kitchener arrived
today from Italy He visited
President Poincare
Athens; Mo astir has been
tuated bj the cm ilian popu
lation. The Northern Serbian
arm) continues retiring towards
Scutari, Albania.
Ottawa: -The Canadian
government has commandeered
high grades "f wke.it in East
-mi Canadian elevators only
presumably for export to the
Allies A fair price will he paid
for the wheat.
London:It is reported that
there is great destitution among
the p o |> u 1 a t i 0 n in War
saw district. Thousands have
died ami nun Ireds of thousands
are suffi ring from hunger. Many
are homeless.
London: It is reported from
Rome that Austria is attempt
ing to conclude a separate peace.
I.i ndon: The British have
withdrawn from vicinity of Bag
dad before Turkish reinforce
ments. The Britisi position is
now further down the Tigris
River.
30th November, 1915.
London, 39th.
Governor,
Bahamas.
Official News;General
Frem h rej orts various successful
operations including the do
struction of a Terman subma-
rine off Middlekirke by a Bri-
tish aeroplane. The- submarine
wa broken in half
A party of our troops entered
the enemy trenches at (iomme
court Wood bombed the enemy
in n deep du out and then
returned.
There was a successful air
raid against German aerdome
and ammunition factory at
I ,a< lhappelle. ()ur aeroplam -
returned safely aftei doing con
sidi table damage.
(Signed)
BONAR LAW.
--:o: -
3'ith November, r9r5.
London, 38th: -The gn at -
r pi irtion of what remains of
the Sei bians' Northern army
is believed to have crossed
the mountains of Albania and
Montenegro where the S< 1 bi
ans, with the aid of King
Nicholas' troops, and sup-
pli s reaching them from the
Adriatic, arc continuing to
offer -tern resistance to the
Austro Ci e 1 m a n-Bulgarian
invaders.
Like the Belgians, how-
ever, the Serbians hold only
a fringe of their country
which widens as it reaches
the Northern c< irner of which
Monaslii is the centre.
For si me reason varioush
explained the Bulgarians
have halted tin ir mar. h on
M< mat tir.
say that Ii ivin
; t of M U l<
habited by
nationals I
people and gov
disinclined to
West and on '
in disagreemi nt v.
alii, s who are del
drivi inly th<
and the Mont' 1
tin Fn nch and Brit
the B ilkans.
Though at
have largely -
the task may pn '
one. Waiter I
the nativi pi
will be sevi re.
Saloniki Satur : iv f
first time in eight ;
taket
mountains of 1
there will !" a In a
During the latl
the week continu
compelled the
I ^ration-.. gi\
and British tim
reinfor ements being
at Saloniki and I
date theii politi' '
:o
I ber,
Govi rnor, R
1,1 mdon, N'i iv,
SJews: I rd i
returm d from
'.in ,\h I
In M
Ctesiphon battle
strength 1 ti mated
-ions one of which .'.
'ally wiped 'ill. C
I'ownshend aftei
the wounded ii i
has withdrawn top
ei di wn the 1 i\
Fram e report I
em) wa -. di iven I
ei neai 1 ,ab\ rintl
Wear Armbrister's Shoes
'.'.V


I:,ill occupied on the pr< tfious
day.
u'ussinii reports say that
near l)\ ins|< i.lie enemy were
driven from HazanhirichJ
firm and wood.
Near Pirisk headquarters
the 82nd German division
was surprised and two gene
'rah, one commanding tlie
division were taken prisoners.
Italy reports the offensive
continues Montenero, Gori/.a
and Carso. Seven hundred
prisoners weir captured.
(Signed)
BONAR LAW.
Lond< '!i : Pic-id Marshal
F rench was in London yes
lerday for a conference with
Premier Agquith.
'I he British casualties pub-
lished during Novi rhber total
IlOO officers and 45 joo non-
commissioned officers and
men. The total since the be-
mingof hostilities haabee'n
600.000.
i he British steamer Dot-
terel has been sunk, pies lm-
ably by submarines.
Field Marshall Karl Kitch-
ener returned today
Berlin: Constantinople
advises that the Brifcish
forces m Mesopotamia are
< ontinuing their retreat after
the ban I.- of November 25th
win. h resulted in a victoryfor
the Turks. Among the British
los-es was a cavalry com-
mander killed.
London: Athens advices
f thai Greece's reply to the
Entente Pow rs note con-
tinue the policy of benevolent
neutrality 1! (reei e's sove-
reign rights are not infringed
and no resti i< tions of a mili-
tary chnrai t< r are imposed*
The German positions on
the Belgian coast from Zee-
brugge to ( Igtend were bom-
barded for two hours this
morning by a British squad-
ron, ace, irding to Amsterdam
advice s.
Bucharest advices say that
Koumania has notified" Rus-
sia that she earnestly desiies
to remain neutral therefore
Russian ships will not be
permitted to enter the Dan-
ube River which is mined.
Berlin:The war office an-
nounces the capture of 1'iis-

rend in Westei n Serbia near
the Albanian frontier.
W ilrningion, I )elawan : -
An explosion in the powder
mills of the Dupont Company
cau-ed the death of tl irtv
workmen and injury to many
others.
Washington: The Austro-
Nungarian government dt 5-
ires more time in which to
complete its statement on the
sinking of the An'cona. I he
Austrian government lacks
the report from the-com man
der of the submarine.
The Austro Germans have had
to divert part of their armies
down the Danube to Roumanian
honl ed the German request for the
opening of the Danube through
out its entire length to enable
the Germans to send supplies
to Bulgaria and Turkey,
Ronmania insisted that mined
ships must not pass I'aki, wl i I
is on the Da I) U be and 11 .e Ron-
mafYian-Bulgarian frontier.
Russian warships including
new dreadnaughts again have
been seen off Blacfc Sea coast of
Bulgaria hut there is no news of
any landing or movement of
troops.
Artillery is kept bus) on t 11
l'.astem am! Western fronts. The
artilleiy. as was the case last
Winter, is doing the heav
part of the work and it appears
doubtlnl whether either side
will attempt any earl) offensive.
Pine Bluff, Arkansas: Approx-
imately 15.c po hale-, of long
staple cotton stored in the n
house of the Pine Bluff Comprea
Company were either or badly damaged by fire today.
The cotton was valued at s'i.
350.000.
Paris:The I lavas 1 orres
pondent .*it Athens states that
an official note issued yesterd \
ays representatives 01 Entente
Powers have submitted demands
to the foreign office. In an ami
cable s |) i r i t certain
demands have hern made Bays
the note and at the same time
a desire is expressed that they
may be accepted.
See ^L~ Photo Post Cards
OF
Second Bahamas
Contingent
At Cole's Pharmacy
and Dioccssan Hook Store
FOUND
ON Nassau Para boat 9
ft. keel over all. Has un-
dergone late repairs.
()\\ ner can come into pos
s< ssion of property on appli
cation to Mitchell Johnson,
sloop (,' ;\,." Sponge Ex
change Wharf.
NOTICE
TII F entire stock in trade
of the late P E. Williams
is being disposed of at great
ly reduced juices as it has
1 ^,n decided to close down
the busini ss m the early pai 1
of January.
In the meantime the under
signed is pr< pare <| to receis e
offers for the purchase of the
w hole or any part thereof.
Come a icl gel your Chi ist-
mas shoes CHE \P
An opportunity no one
should miss.
\c 1 reast n ible 1 iffei refi '
PHILIP A I'RECO
Trustee for the Credit irs.
Look!
LOST
A GOLD hair pin
with a small piece of
chain attached, be
tween West St., Sou Ml and
1'ain's Town.
Reward if returned to
'Tribune Office"
X5he
Imperial
Orchestra
(2 Hi Violins, I 2nd l'i tin. Villa,
ilute, I nf / '1 nm and Plan i
BE( IS to iii!. 'i ni#lheii l'i iends
and the general public
that they are 1 quipped with
all latot music for modern
dances, garden parties, and
ntertainments, and is .also
p pared to accept engage-
mi nts at short notice. 11 rms
r< asonable. F01 fuithe 1 par
1 i< 111.11-, see Missis 1 hos. VV.
Lunn, Marlborough St., Sam I.
C. McPhers. n, or Walter F
Weir, Bftillou 11 11 Road.
Foreigner: I haven't tast< d
a well coi rked meal since
I've b( en in Nassau.
Nassauvian: Have you evei
11 ied Isai c Kobei ts on
Easl Bay St. ?
Foreigner: No.
Nassauvian: Try him once
and you will try "him
always.
All are welcomt: Come now
if \on want to taste the
fTOR RFMT cooking of the best cook
* v-rix *Xl-ri^ X Nassau ever produced.
Xmas'
Card]
Wll AR I'- printing Xmas
Cauls in all stvleS and
are pr< p.fed to take further
orders Be up-to-date and
have youi cards printed as
y ()ur ]>i ices are; 1 shillings
pe'r do/., or li ss toi largei
quantitii s.
We also print initials in
gold letters on wi it ing paper
ami envelopes, which makes
very appropriate and inexpen
sive Xmas pre scuts.
D
lane
WEI I.INC. hose No.
do, corner Nassau Court
Apply to
J. \V. DAVIS
Advertise in
! he Tribune
Quarry Stone
For Sale.
Si e
Am 1 in r P. Sut roN
10 East St 1 c t.
Williams' Shoes Are Better
i


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