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F'remier Skouloiced an agn eruent ol Greek mil and Entente ofisider the ne> ^i t LI ition. I he 1 that the Greek isinclini y theii pur chases to their heart's con ten 1 Restaurant opens at 6o'clock when a light will be sen ed. Admission : Adull Childen \<\ HIGH LIFE TAILORING FOR SALE T ENDERS will be recei ved by Mr. Timotl Smith, up to t he (ist nf I >' %  ember for a dwelling house and lot on Shirley Street, b


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p^ v^VOL. Mil SulllVl* .v.l 111 'IIS 'MI. il Iin V < I ll.l II..V, ...i Heinu bound miweor to the Dngmivs of no Master. Ne.svi. N.P.. liahMLRt. WF.DNKSDAY, December. H. 1915. il.r !•" i'ii i >XK I r n. i 0\ KB. A concert will be given to in1 1 %  %  -\ I hursday) night on OKPICK >the Library Green 1>\ the Bd . iriy & charioitcStahamas Police Band. PROQRAMMEE. i. Man li "' )in Ancestors" 2. Waltz "Conlemplati in" V )vcrture ".silver Shield" I I ake Walk "A Co in Band Contest" 5 Sele tion "Welc imi Bro Jonathan l'BI.1 '111-11 DAILY E .I.I i ,|d 5 %  i %  IS I IN \ ll\ \ \l' .. I ' %  1 S otch 'ivei sion "She was giddy" 7 I > %  • Step "i let "in and _' gel un l< i" G >IJ s Wi TillKING C. II KOBEQTS A g Dandmaster. BilTIS^ RED CROSS. |fc .; ivc he ii equi te by < invi HI ..I i • idai die r!li.vinj MI. 1.1 'in il sub s "i i i lo I !i. Mnii,, \ m bill mre I'M id have been re c< iv (I 'i. 7th I >i I,, < lllsi \ c; I': (• %  ioiish no vhdged £i( 1 • Ii i mas Baptist Mission 2 _, • nited Bui ial ^01 y. ox Hill i V Fi i< nd" Help" \ I I .5 0 i 11 o | :o;. The Lighthouse Tender "C 'i" m in" in i\.-,' in M as ii ili i 'i mo, :o: ^ •' be %  to draw nui read i ii in i -II In the "( In ist h -Il ni -M Andrew's II (II tomorrow ,' I'ur-i I .\ night. Puller par ilars will bi F und in an II column. Radiograms 7H1 I )i-. flliliri, ]() 1 5. London: The negotial ions bctw< en ( i n e< e and the Alii 1 I I' '. rs siill drag on ai Athens. New hiti lies apparent 1' .11 ise as 'II ones an smoothed out. One day ;i settlement is rep irted only %  > be followi d the next 1>\ denia I, 1 ir aci ounts i >l fresh diffii ulties confronting the diplomats. I lie people of the Allii E counti ies, pai t i< ulai Ij those of I' iiM %  and Italy are In coming impat ient and the press 1demanding that slei n er action In* taken lo demonstrate I" King Constantine and his ministi is the deter minat im "f the Enti ntf* Power* i" get 1 he assu mice demanded. \. -\ pi | sals are said to have been made by Fram e ;IIKI (Jreal Bi itain in ili** In | e 1 ,f reaching an agreement, koumauias attitude Isi i ns undecided Since the despatch announcing the 1 losing <>f Rimmanian p. u i s to foreign shipping was received silence has descended on Bucharest, and Europe is anxiously awaiting the next move which will give a meaning to this move. l"he t leneraj belief here is that the Roum mi in go\ ei nni' nt i-. wail i ng f'n a concen Iration of a sufficient Russian force in Bessarabia and a large enough Vngl • %  In m h army in Southern Sei bia lo make victory certain, ng to the Allii s. Meanwhile the Vuslro-G i mans and Bulgai ians 11 n tinue rounding up the few Si 1 bian troops remain in a Sei bia and also are proc ed ing, wit Ii 1 heir usual en< the campaign ag linst M nlent gro. Paris, 5th: Official an intuncement was m ide Ii >re today of the meeting at Ca I iis yesti rday of n presenta lives 1 I Great Bi itain and li.iu e. s.-fi Fran isco lli: The total atten I nice at the P American Pacific Kxposition, h clostd yesterday, was 18 871.957 ;is anuounci d, offi cially to day. Yesterday was re cord day !• ir attendance, | s persoi s pas ling the turnstili ;. — :o: Decembei 81 Ii, 1915. London, —1I1 Govi rnor, D iliamas. ( Hi'-i.il New s: A Mi itisli SUIIIII.II ine Mini, the 'I ui I is.li destroy 1 VHI Kissai in (lie (if Mam ora on tin d Deceni l 11. 1 escuing two %  iflicei•• :i nd forty men. ()n the 41I1 the submai Ine sunk a su i| ] \ • 1 1 mer n nd I ur sailing \ essels ca rrying sii| i| I ii 9 ( i ciir d Irfncli reports a raid ai Don. I lie station and a muni 1 ions stsel whii 1 I S --lull. 1 Is < the Standard ( j .hi.winch ha 1 d, presumably Irian submarin < w .is wounded. Petrograd: I olas has postpoi 1 d |y the opening and the Coun< because 1 li e i have not Com| pa rat ion of the I '.a is: —Thei meeting today war council. I'i from France, I 1 Britain, Italy, I 1.1 were pr< 1 Ji iffre p.' sided !' 1 omniand of t France. Vienna: -Il nounced t li a %  arshi] destroy submarine Fre; I anian coast. 'I vvi 1 and 25 men we 1 1 Berlin:Arm; he? ns announced 250 metres French trencln in ague. 60 F rei 1 h .vere taken. I he French f> w 1 sh in Serbia 1 1 d.u River were let 1 eat to Ipek. 1200 French pi taken. • Wear Armbrister's Shoe


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Title: The Tribune.
Uniform Title: Tribune. (Nassau, Bahamas).
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Publisher: Tribune
Publication Date: Wednesday, December 08, 1915
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p^
v^-
VOL. Mil
SulllVl* .v.l 111 'IIS 'MI.il I- in V < I ll.l II..V, ...i
Heinu bound miweor to the Dngmivs of no Master.
Ne.svi. N.P.. liahMLRt. WF.DNKSDAY, December. H. 1915.
il.- r !" i'ii
.
i
>XK I r n. i 0\ KB.
A concert will be given to
in- 11 -\ I hursday) night on
okpick >the Library Green 1>\ the Bd
. iriy & charioitcStahamas Police Band.
PROQRAMMEE.
i. Man li "' )in Ancestors"
2. Waltz "Conlemplati in"
V )vcrture ".silver Shield"
I I ake Walk "A Co in
Band Contest"
5 Sele tion "Welc imi Bro
Jonathan
l'BI.1 '111-11 DAILY
. E
.i.i
i
,|d
5
i

IS
* I IN \ ll\ \ \l'
.- .
' I
'
1 S otch 'ivei sion "She was
giddy"
7 I > Step "i let "in and
_' gel un l< i"
G >IJ s Wi Till- KING
C. II KOBEQTS
A g Dandmaster.
BilTIS^ RED CROSS.
|fc .; ivc he ii equi te by
< invi hi ..I i idai die
r!li.vinj mI.1.1 'in il sub
s "ii!i lo I !i. Mnii,, \m
bill mre I'm id have been re
c< iv (I 'i. 7th I >i I,,
< lllsi \ c;
I': ( ioiish
no vhdged i( ,
1 Ii imas Baptist
Mission 2 _, ,
nited Bui ial ^01 y.
ox Hill i
V Fi i< nd"
- Help"
\ I I ,
.5 0
i 11 o
, |
:o;.
The Lighthouse Tender
"C 'i" m in" in i\.-,' in Mas
- ii ili i 'i mo,
:o:
^ ' be to draw nui read
i ii in i -ii In the "("In ist
' h -Il ni -m
Andrew's II (II tomorrow
,' I'ur-i I .\ night. Puller par
' ilars will bi F und in an
ii column.
Radiograms
7H1 I )i-. flliliri, ]() 1 5.
London: The negotial ions
bctw< en (in e< e and the Alii -
1 I I' '. rs siill drag on ai
Athens. New hiti lies appar-
ent 1' .11 ise as 'II ones an
smoothed out. One day ;i
settlement is rep irted only
!> be followi d the next 1>\
denia I, 1 ir aci ounts i >l fresh
diffii ulties confronting the
diplomats. I lie people of the
Allii e counti ies, pai t i< ulai Ij
those of I' iiM ' and Italy are
In coming impat ient and the
press 1- demanding that slei n
er action In* taken lo demon-
strate I" King Constantine
and his ministi is the deter
minat i- m "f the Enti ntf*
Power* i" get 1 he assu mice
demanded.
\. -\ pi | sals are said to
have been made by Fram e
;iikI (Jreal Bi itain in ili** In | e
1 ,f reaching an agreement,
koumauias attitude Isi i
ns undecided Since
the despatch announcing the
1 losing <>f Rimmanian p.uis
to foreign shipping was re-
ceived silence has descended
on Bucharest, and Europe
is anxiously awaiting the
next move which will give a
meaning to this move.
l"he t leneraj belief here is
that the Roum mi in go\ ei n-
ni' nt i-. wailing f'n a concen
Iration of a sufficient Rus-
sian force in Bessarabia and
a large enough Vngl In m h
army in Southern Sei bia lo
make victory certain,
ng to the Allii s.
Meanwhile the Vuslro-G i
mans and Bulgai ians 11 n
tinue rounding up the few
Si 1 bian troops remain in a
Sei bia and also are proc ed
ing, wit Ii 1 heir usual en<
the campaign ag linst M n-
lent gro.
Paris, 5th: Official an
intuncement was m ide Ii >re
today of the meeting at Ca
I iis yesti rday of n presenta
lives 1 I Great Bi itain and
li.iu e.
s.-fi Fran isco lli: The
total atten I nice at the P
American Pacific Kxposition,
h clostd yesterday, was
18 871.957 ;is anuounci d, offi
cially to day. Yesterday was re
cord day ! ir attendance, |s .
persoi s pas ling the turnstili ;.
:o:
Decembei 81 Ii, 1915.
London, 1I1
Govi rnor,
D iliamas.
(*Hi'-i.il New s: A Mi itisli
suIiiii.ii ine Mini, the 'I ui I is.li de-
stroy 1 Vhi Kissai in (lie
(if Mam ora on tin d Deceni
l 11. 1 escuing two iflicei :ind
forty men.
()n the 41I1 the submai Ine sunk
a su i| ]\ 1.1 mer nnd I ur sail-
ing \ essels ca rrying sii| i| I ii 9
(icii- r d I- rfncli reports a
raid ai Don. I lie station and a
muni 1 ions st Ii.'up been blown up.
The enemy's Ii
bombarded witl g 1
rhere is not hi
Russia or Italy.
(Sigm di
h<
AthensjT I
Stairs (ruiser
reported] havii
Canea wait ne
dred refugees -
Syria. Thecruis
the \e>sel whii
1 I S --lull. 1 Is <
the Standard (
j .hi.- winch ha
1 d, presumably
Irian submarin <
w .is wounded.
Petrograd: I
olas has postpoi 1 d
|y the opening
and the Coun<
because 1 li e i
have not Com|
pa rat ion of the
I '.a is: Thei
meeting today
war council. I'i
from France, I 1
Britain, Italy, I
1.1 were pr< 1
Ji iffre p.' sided !'
1 omniand of t
France.
Vienna: -Il
nounced t li a
. arshi] destroy -
submarine Fre;
I anian coast. 'I vvi 1
and 25 men we 1 1
Berlin:- Arm; he?
ns announced
250 metres
French trencln in
ague. 60 F rei 1 h
.vere taken.
I he French f>
w 1 sh in Serbia 1 1
d.u River were
let 1 eat to Ipek.
1200 French pi
taken.

Wear Armbrister's Shoe



F'remier Skoulo-
iced an agn eruent
ol Greek mil
and Entente
ofisider the ne>
^i t li ition. I he
1 that the Greek
isinclini partu ipate in
' mflict He Rave per
' that G recce
in v attack French
forces, that they
ould remain neu
nt.mi sovereign
lid that the En
in the Balkans
! fail nless | i ,< o men
5 e ce t ary
fied Germ
' iy Ed and Von
l< -liable entire
ir naval and
.ity.
I s address to
\ as mainlj on
and nec< s
iv preparedness
Ivanced Am
ii dianshipof
nine for all
\ mis. He also
ounci d nat
ins whose
inipean bell
ered Ameri
St e a in er
I.' nrj h'< .id w ri
iking for sup
to end the
in
BM
Look!
i tvi n't tasted
I meal sine*.
n Nassau.
II e you < vei
Roberts on
i St.!
fner:
ii
nd v.i
vavs.
.. ( ome now
u ml to taste the
e best iiink
i evei piodneed.
n i
ui in; him (nee
and you will try 11 i m
Ivertise in
he Tribune.
A Christmas
Sale
WILL be hold in the St.
Andrew's Hall on
Thursday ',th inst in aid of
the fund of St. Andrew's
Church.
\ few hand embroidered Irish
Linen, 1 < : Cloths and a var
iety "I very inexpensive hand
kerchiefs, as well as a good
selection of useful and fancy
articles will be i iffen d h u sale.
Tea, Ices & Sweets will be
served on the lawn fmm .\ to
5.30 o'clock.
A shady coi ner will be re
served for buys where the
children may en'y >y theii pur
chases to their heart's con ten 1
Restaurant opens at
6o'clock when a light -
will be sen ed.
Admission : Adull -
Childen \<\
HIGH LIFE
TAILORING
FOR SALE
TENDERS will be recei
ved by Mr. Timotl
Smith, up to t he (ist nf I >'
ember for a dwelling house
and lot on Shirley Street,
b ley Street, on the East by pro
perty of Timothy A. Smith.
on the Smith by pp 'perty of
the 'ate James, A < i< idfrev,
I by Canaan lane. Sold
free of all ( ia umberance, the
right is reserved of reje ting
any or all of the tenders.
TIMOTHY A. SMITH
No 250 Shirley street.
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528 Bay Street.
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