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. Sofia;—Com m u nicatioo has been established between Nith and Sofia. •'"•^Washington: All vessels .frfjttft navy not on special Secifke in foreign writers will f?p*H\ in'h'mr po !hi ((-in SOlhv'ind remain until January 6th, and as many officers apd men as is possible will bt given shore leave. NOTICE T HE entire stock in trade f the late B. E.Williams W being disposed of at greatly reduced prices as it lias been decided to close down the business in the early part of January. In the meantime the undersigned is prepared in rece ve offers for the purchase of the whole or any part thereof. Come and gel your Christmas shoes CHEAP. An opportunity no one should miss. No reasonable oiler refused. PHILIP A.TRECO Trustee for the Creditors. Pkoto Post Cards U .. -, tOF Second Bahamas Contingent At Cole's Pharmacy and Diocessan Hook Store Quarry Stone For Sale. r See ARTHUR IV Si T ION 10 East Street. FOR RENT TOWELLING hoA Timely flint. Extract from a letter Dear "You MUST remember how much we enjoyi d 1 1 grape fruit \ D U si ni us through Mr Christie from Nassau, lasl Xm;iI have learnt that the stea riK 1 11•. 1 v es from tin :( on the 16th this month, and arrives in New York on ihi 20th." Just iii lime fi>r the Holi days 1 pul the boxe: on the doorsti |' I (ii\(:\. t ( ndition and Q ality Guaranti II C. CHRISTIE PHONE Rope Rop e Rope Manilla Rope Hemp Rope Sisal Rope Baling Rope Jute Rope. A I'd ILL line of over CoiK kepi iii sti ick and delivered from mWai I in Nassau at New V' 11 k | n plus Freight and Duty. Buy here and save X W ^ 01 k C< immission, Inh r< st and the trouble 1 if ordei ing. CIIAS. E. ALBURY, AK< nt. *l v lane. 60, corner Nassau Court Apply to J. \V. DAVIS Advertise in The Tribune. Cards W E ARE [11 in! ing \m;iCards ill all Si vie ; and are prepared to take further orders Be up-tolati and have v< iui 'aid-, pi inted yon would like them. Our prii es are; \ shillings per do/., or |i s • f( a la: quantilii s. We also print initials in I I on wi iting papei and env< lopes, which mk very appr< pi iateand inexpi n si\f Xlll Ills. THE CHAMOIS is possibly the most sure-footed of all animal! and it is famed tor its remarkable agilitj SUNLIGHT SOA is the sure friend gf ever| Careful housewife and it tamed all over the worlj for the remarkable easl With which it dispels dii from the clothes in thi Wash. The Chamois is fl be found only on the loftiest mountain ridged but SUNLIGH r SOAP i> found in all parts of thel 1 ivilized world. % %  '. %  '.^ %  i ll i IT i. f ii l MB H. T. BRICE Commission Merchant OFFICE : vt—t side Bm sponge icxchang*, Nassau, A'. p., Bahamas. AGENT HORSES ^80". SHEEP CATTLE Z POULTRY SPONGES, SISAL and other ISLAND Products DeGregory's Tire Works) STEAM VULCANISING All nukes and llZM ol Auto Tires and Tubes Repaired All Work Guaranteed 30 WEST BAY STREET. Williams' Shoes Arc Better



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Nullius addicttis |vjrnre In veiba m&rtlnti Beir>n bound loswear to the Dogmas of no Master. VOL. XIII. N&JIMU, N. f>.. Bit ha inns. MONDAY. December, b, 1915, NO. 10 QILBRRT DIM (II. %  rirtor OPPICK Corner Shirley 6. Chart) It* Ms A II Man, ,\ /', | 'PHONE 260. P. 0. I OX 163. PUBLISHED DAILY RATES Monday, W e lues \a\ and i ingle i ipv ... lay, an'l Thu • satui %  • rl Monthly ... i Quarterly i Half Yearlt I I Yearly 18 PAYABLK IN A I >\ \\( i. Adverti I • • • 1 i e %  %  i : iv :, • foi -uli-'i lenl inserti \[ >• s to w 111. The Germ ins kni>w ilia 1 there is n<• Ion any possibility of tli.it. p,,it they hope and reck I al a year hen e the Allies w< -ill 5th December, tgi5. %  mdon, .|th. (1 \ ei nor, Bahamas. 1 >ffi rial News:-In M< sop 1 tamia General Townsend is retiring on Hutelamaru He fought a rearguard action on the night 01 the 30th againsl atly superior Turkish forces Our ca iualtii s esl imated at 150. Two^river boats wi re disabled by shell fire and wen abandoned after the the fe< eral prison at Atlanta, merchantman flying theAmeri can flag luit o\\ nrd by < in ek-. London: The British steamer Clan MacLeod was unk. Four men were killed and one wounded. London:—The British armv in Mesopotamia is in retreat. eral rownscnd,s forcei are retiring to Hutelamaru 105 miles from Bagdad. The retreat is in perfect order before fcreal ly superioi numl sri Berlin. Army headquarters reports the capture of 2 Serbians in mi untain regions. London: Bucharest reports that Roumainan militar) autho rities have commandeered all watei crafl in tho interests of national defense New York;—Dr. Buenz, Kotter Hochmeister were sentenced to alialf yi rs inprisonmi nt in be ii" nearer the attainment ol any ol t : ; : ed obguns and engines were. ren jecti\ i rr. den d useless. Met ,tal ras— :o:~ unities in the Ctesiphon fightPROPHECY. ing wa | all probability we shall In France there have been a bad lime, possi U a artillery actions and grenade New York:Henry Ford with bad time, during the fighting.^ A small post near) eighty peaoe advocates departed few months, "Ii have vei ) next shall ieoi -in. Poppinghaus was sen fenced for one year. The HamI urg American Line was fined one dollar. Defendants bail has I ei n placed at S 10.000 pending appeal. mi vve| Lombardtzhyde was lost and) for Christiana. Norway, HO om i rin b) the en I of recaptun d. Februarj to see I .; t, and to riiere is nothing spei ial see it, we believe, in the Bal il ;M Russia, or Italy. kuis." -Spe : ;. ;. I" Serbia Monastir lias o: — i f. 111 %  11. rhe 5 S "M txico' 1 in New V' II ol i\ moi ning at io oV I' M k. The organ, m ide by Cap Signed) B INAR LAW. Athens: —A wireli ss S. O. S. reached Al hens from an tin tain Wilson of Ragged Island named American ship stating concerning which we wrote that it was being attacked some weeks ago.hast been by an Austrian or German brought down to Nassau. A submarine submarine South concei i IM ., nised of the bland of Cn te, panied bj 57 nev a| rr men ai d photographers and twenty general assistants, secretaiies and stenographers, Yokohama: The emperor reviewed the Ja| mese fleet to rl ly. The United States Ship Saratoga had the postofhonour osite the new battleship Fuso. 125 ships were in line. The total tonnage of warships review ed was 600 000, their crews numbering 50.000 men. An linpciia. Rescript stated that 1 it situation in the worlds affairs requin est efforts of officers and men". —:o: — 6th Decembt r, 1 Shanghai:—! he en the Chinese cruiser Chao mutinied Sunday night i 1 opened lire on two ol warships and the arsenal. The fire was returned the engagement lastl : hour. Several shots the foreign concessii n, Chinese authoritii s ced that the Chao II be shelled and sin k break. Apparently break an the cai known. Paris: Mini ter I the ministi rs of tin Saturday afterni • in. .' %  ward11 1 premier 11 with thi king. Ii i stood that the I w< re 1 t! Greek reph to the 1 tatives will be satisl Bi ilin:— 'I he n Si 1 bians w ere ovi rtak defeated near the All 1 lioiii ii 1 I \ Bulgai i,in 100 eanmn wi re taki n The oc< upatii ai of Mi tir by Germans and Bi ans is officially conl London:A large ami nition fact' r) at I lalle ian Saxony, was di 1 by an explosion with or several hundn d liv< contented woi kmi n ai pecti d. 1 \ tr< 'grad:—Calm pn on Russian and Cau fronts yesterday. Rome:—No even!: • of note along the u 1 Paris: —Nothing 1 ante was offically < 1 ti dav. Wear Armbrister's Shoes :.-_>..-^


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Nullius addicttis |vjrnre In veiba m&rtlnti
Beir>n bound loswear to the Dogmas of no Master.
VOL. XIII.
N&JIMU, N. f>.. Bit ha inns. MONDAY. December, b, 1915,
NO. 10
QILBRRT DIM (II.
rirtor
OPPICK
Corner Shirley 6. Chart) It* Ms
A II Man, ,\ /', |
'PHONE 260. P. 0. I OX 163.
Published daily
RATES
Monday, W e lues \a\ and i
ingle i ipv ...
! lay, an'l Thu
satui -
' rl
Monthly ... i
Quarterly i Half Yearlt I I
Yearly 18
PAYABLK IN A I>\ \\( i.
Adverti
I
1 i e i : iv :,
foi -uli-'i lenl inserti
\ during which t!i sinstrumient
will be on view and son e si I

Washington: The fon go-
ing report is nnconfirmed
ections played on it, by the here. The collier Caesar is
choir of Zion Baptist church, in that neighborhood but ofli-
This concert will be held in cials believe thai the ship at-
Ziorr, tomorrow (Tuesday) larked is probably a small
night, at 7.30. An attractive
pi gramme has b< en prepar-
ed, and it will be worth your
while to att( ml \ silver
lecti< 'ii will be taken.
Radiograms
GERMAN HOPE OF INCONCLUSIVE
PEACE.
" I'ii" enemy no I 1
11 >[ > s to w 111. The Germ ins
kni>w ilia 1 there is n< Ion
any possibility of tli.it. p,,it
they hope and reck I al a
year hen e the Allies w< -ill
5th December, tgi5.
mdon, .|th.
(1 \ ei nor,
Bahamas.
1 >ffi rial News:- -In M< sop 1
tamia General Townsend is
retiring on Hutelamaru He
fought a rearguard action on
the night 01 the 30th againsl
atly superior Turkish forc-
es Our ca iualtii s esl imated
at 150. Two^river boats wi re
disabled by shell fire and
wen abandoned after the the fe<*eral prison at Atlanta,
merchantman flying theAmeri
can flag luit o\\ nrd by < in ek-.
London: The British
steamer Clan MacLeod was
unk. Four men were killed
and one wounded.
London:The British armv
in Mesopotamia is in retreat.
eral rownscnd,s forcei are
retiring to Hutelamaru 105
miles from Bagdad. The retreat
is in perfect order before fcreal
ly superioi numl sri
Berlin. Army headquarters
reports the capture of 2......
Serbians in mi untain regions.
London: Bucharest reports
that Roumainan militar) autho
rities have commandeered all
watei crafl in tho interests of
national defense
New York;Dr. Buenz, Kotter
Hochmeister were sentenced to
alialf yi rs inprisonmi nt in
be ii" nearer the attainment
ol any ol t:; : ed ob- guns and engines were. ren
jecti\ i rr. den d useless. Met ,tal ras-
:o:~ unities in the Ctesiphon fight-
PROPHECY. ing wa |
all probability we shall In France there have been
a bad lime, possi U a artillery actions and grenade New York:- Henry Ford with
bad time, during the fighting.^ A small post near) eighty peaoe advocates departed
few months,
"Ii
have
vei)
next
shall
' ieoi -in. Poppinghaus was sen
fenced for one year. The Ham-
I urg American Line was fined
one dollar. Defendants bail has
I ei n placed at S 10.000 pending
appeal.
mi vve| Lombardtzhyde was lost and) for Christiana. Norway, ho om
i rin b) the en I of recaptun d.
Februarj to see I .; t, and to riiere is nothing spei ial
see it, we believe, in the Bal il";M Russia, or Italy.
kuis." -Spe : ;. ;. I" Serbia Monastir lias
o: i f. 111 11.
rhe 5 S "M txico' 1
in New V' ii ol i\ moi n-
ing at io oV I'm k.
The organ, m ide by Cap
Signed)
B INAR LAW.
Athens: A wireli ss S. O. S.
reached Al hens from an tin
tain Wilson of Ragged Island named American ship stating
concerning which we wrote that it was being attacked
some weeks ago.hast been by an Austrian or German
brought down to Nassau. A submarine submarine South
concei i Im ., nised of the bland of Cn te,
panied bj 57 nev a| rr men
ai d photographers and twenty
general assistants, secretaiies
and stenographers,
Yokohama: The emperor
reviewed the Ja| mese fleet to
rl ly. The United States Ship
Saratoga had the postofhonour
osite the new battleship
Fuso.
125 ships were in line. The
total tonnage of warships re-
view ed was 600 000, their crews
numbering 50.000 men. An
linpciia. Rescript stated that
1 it situation in the
worlds affairs requin
est efforts of officers and men".
:o:
6th Decembt r, 1
Shanghai:! he en
the Chinese cruiser Chao
mutinied Sunday night i 1
opened lire on two ol
warships and the arsenal.
The fire was returned .
the engagement lastl :
hour. Several shots
the foreign concessii n,
Chinese authoritii s
ced that the Chao II
be shelled and sin k
break. Apparently
break
an the cai
known.
Paris: Mini ter
I
the ministi rs of tin
Saturday afterni in. .'
ward- 11 1 premier 11
with thi king. Ii i '
stood that the I
w< re 1 t!
Greek reph to the 1
tatives will be satisl
Bi ilin: 'I he n
Si 1 bians w ere ovi rtak
defeated near the All 1
lioiii ii 1 I \ Bulgai i,in
100 eanmn wi re taki n
The oc< upatii ai of Mi
tir by Germans and Bi
ans is officially conl
London:- A large ami
nition fact' r) at I lalle
ian Saxony, was di 1
by an explosion with
or several hundn d liv<
contented woi kmi n ai
pecti d.
1 \ tr< 'grad:Calm pn
on Russian and Cau
fronts yesterday.
Rome:No even!:
of note along the u 1
Paris: Nothing 1
ante was offically < 1
ti dav.
Wear Armbrister's Shoes
:.-_>..-^


.
Sofia;Com m u nicatioo
has been established between
Nith and Sofia.
'"^Washington: All vessels
.frfjttft navy not on special
Secifke in foreign writers will
f?p*H\ in'h'mr po !- hi ((-in
SOlhv'ind remain until Janu-
ary 6th, and as many officers
apd men as is possible will
bt given shore leave.
NOTICE
THE entire stock in trade
f the late B. E.Williams
W being disposed of at great-
ly reduced prices as it lias
been decided to close down
the business in the early part
of January.
' In the meantime the under-
signed is prepared in rece ve
offers for the purchase of the
whole or any part thereof.
Come and gel your Christ-
mas shoes CHEAP.
An opportunity no one
should miss.
No reasonable oiler refused.
PHILIP A.TRECO
Trustee for the Creditors.
Pkoto Post Cards
U .. -, t-
OF
Second Bahamas
Contingent
At Cole's Pharmacy
and Diocessan Hook Store
Quarry Stone
For Sale.
r See
Arthur IV Si t ion
10 East Street.
FOR RENT
TOWELLING ho-
A Timely flint.
Extract from a letter
Dear--------
"You MUST remember
how much we enjoyi d 1 1
grape fruit \du si ni us
through Mr Christie from
Nassau, lasl Xm;i- I have
learnt that the stea riK 1 11. 1 v es
from tin :( on the 16th this
month, and arrives in New
York on ihi 20th."
Just iii lime fi>r the Holi
days 1 pul the boxe: on
the doorsti |' .
I (ii\(:\. t ( ndition and
Q ality Guaranti
II C. CHRISTIE
Phone
Rope
Rop
e
Rope
Manilla Rope
Hemp Rope
Sisal Rope
Baling Rope
Jute Rope.
A I'd ILL line of over
CoiK kepi iii sti ick and
delivered from m- Wai I
in Nassau at New V' 11 k | n
plus Freight and Duty.
Buy here and save X W
^ 01 k C< immission, Inh r< st
and the trouble 1 if ordei ing.
Ciias. E. Albury,
Ak< nt.
*l v
lane.
60, corner Nassau Court
Apply to
J. \V. DAVIS
Advertise in
The Tribune.
Cards
WE ARE [11 in! ing \m;i-
Cards ill all Si vie ; and
are prepared to take further
orders Be up-to- lati and
have v< iui 'aid-, pi inted
yon would like them.
Our prii es are; \ shillings
per do/., or |i s f( a la:
quantilii s.
We also print initials in
I I on wi iting papei
and env< lopes, which mk
very appr< pi iateand inexpi n
si\f Xlll Ills.
THE CHAMOIS
is possibly the most sure-footed of all animal!
and it is famed tor its remarkable agilitj
SUNLIGHT SOA
is the sure friend gf ever|
Careful housewife and it
tamed all over the worlj
for the remarkable easl
With which it dispels dii
from the clothes in thi
Wash. The Chamois is fl
be found only on the
loftiest mountain ridged
but Sunligh r Soap i>
found in all parts of thel
1 ivilized world.
.'. '.^illiITi.fiil.MB
H. T. BRICE
Commission Merchant
Office : vtt side Bm sponge icxchang*,
Nassau, A'. p., Bahamas.
AGENT
HORSES ^80". SHEEP
CATTLE Z POULTRY
SPONGES, SISAL and other ISLAND Products
DeGregory's Tire Works)
Steam Vulcanising
All nukes and llZM ol
Auto Tires and Tubes Repaired
All Work Guaranteed
30 WEST BAY STREET.
Williams' Shoes Arc Better
.


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