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L <;ILtRT DUPOOR, Fitter .ind Proprietor OPPICK Corner Shirley & Chnrioile Sta .Vatsou, .v. p., Bahama* TlloNE UttO. P. (). BOX 168. PUBLISHED DAILY RATES iv, Wednesday and Friday !• Coj.v |,| an i I lim la) ngle o ipy id •f— tingle) cony i! ( | si is. bd I) 4* M if early... _____: • %  • !* CAVAla.l IN \ {){ \\rl • ling Kates ir In e i t in ertion: er line rood in-titr ii. aiui !pe:im per ine 'or wbtquei i nisei i. tieiti-i.t umlei eiglu line i-. Zhe tribune I iiraday. December 14. 191 j have he ird that Li( u i Ernest Dann, a nephol Kevs. C A and II. F. was killed in a I i ince, on Nov. 22nd. following passengers -1 Per S. S. "Mexii %  rom Mew York on Sunday: Mesdames: Maud Sands, G trude Wells Dunant. Tern Iv'ydi r, Kathleen Sin lair, t< r ^ Hamlyn Holmes, iil\ C. Merriman, Jennie lorf, M Watson Rudd, ide Clark, Valeria Uii e irigg, Charlotte Prin i ; •: Ella May Wells DurDorothy I). Lovall, rin Sinclair, Alberta olm, Sarah Flint, Chris tin C. Merrira in, Isabel C. nan, Enid Bad a leri a M. B. Brownrigg •' ies Clarke, Clementina Ross, Maude Morris; James C. Ferguson, 1 nrv W. Clark. SvlvesterP. I, Ernest Ryder, David VV. Ferguson, R, Donald -on, V. A. Vesper Man ro, I rederick J Lovall, Harry dnev Smith, HenryC.Simp n, (ieorge Garncau, Thorn 1 \mourv, James P. El nndorf, Allied Edwin • Brownrigg. Mesdames Zoi Coronadis, ms Pieper; Misses Eline nakis, Beatrice Storr; Messrs. Theodoris Damianos, Henry Pieper, Louis Massa nowsky. Mesdames Bertha Conoway, Lilian Meade, Christina Coakley, Lettia Edwards; Miss Elizabeth Miller; Messrs. Themelis Verenakis, John I!. Conoway, Marshall Meade, George Davis. John R. Fer guson, Frank Morral, John Ferguson, Gilbert Thompson, I'II n ee Alfred Roker, Charles M. Green. THE GOLD IN THE FRENCH STOCKING The greatest su cess of the I' rench war loan proves on< e more how thrift and patiiotism go hand in hand in the • republic. In January, 1912, before j inte ni! i< mal bankers had begun consciously or unconsi i0 >sly to prepa 1 u the war, ; iiited States held in 1 91,780, ,o nlyin the rreasui v < Jreat Britain held $711, 1 1 and Fram e $1, 2 11'.' 1' >; in both countries it ciri 11I ited freelv, hut in 1 : ince it also bulged out the toe of many u w< % %  k?n st. 1 k ing Germany had a much sin 11 lei amount. There has been inflation in each country. Britons bo si that the Bank of England bv its discount rate c m "draw gold out of the ground;" and in spite of heavy shipments hire the bank' hi tidings have rei ently run $ too,ooo,o< 0 or more above 1013. averaging -Mine $3011, 1 1.000. On Mo in lav the Imperial German Bank held $608,1><1 >,< o 1 gold a i a basis for $1,4 5 $,000,11 0 p iper; the Bank of France $960,000,000 gold on which $2,480,000 in paper was outstanding. France had also raised money by issuing shortterm Treasury notes, hv a smaller issue of Treasury 'obligations' — pract ically oI 5 year bonds and hv borrowing from England on g< >ld sent thither The hank borrowings and short-term notes are simply an unfunded debt 'The national wealth of France is estimated at $ r o,000,000.000 hut over and above all indebtedness, private or pubic Her material wealth, therefore, is considerably greater. Her people hold, according to RaphaelGeorges Levy. $8,000,000,000 of foreign securities. They owned in August, 1914, $8oo000,000 of Amerii an securities alone, of which the) ha\e sold only one tenth. But the ; chief strength of the country in finance as in the Geld, is confident. Faith in Fram e and the gold in the st<" king have once more served the republic. :i >', Mangr • %  e (lay Andros th L) nber 1915. Editor Ti ibune I >' ar Sir, %  nmi the mannei in whit h you jumbled together the subsci iptions from the donors to the various Wai bundfrom pei ns in my I district, 1 draw the inferem e that yi >u A 1 n either loath to publish them HI did not have space to print them in a more read able fashion. Neithei of these reas< ns 1 an execuse you Iit possible t hat I submitted t< 111 l m si vital cause. Please d 1 pei form your servi es so pei functoi ily again, or we might think that • tired. Vi 1 \ truly yi iurs, GEO. II CLARKE. :o.We beg to draw our esteenii d correspondent'satten tion to the fai t that while it is alw ays a great pleasure (o publish the names <>f subscribeiti> t h e vai ious pat r iotic funds, we consider his remarks as to the M W'XI.U in M huh we publish those lists, are to say the least of it decidedly out of pi, 11 e. Is he aware that there ARE other lists, and that we have to publish these almost daily ? May we also remind him that t lies" lists are published gratis, and that after all, the district which he administers is no1 quite the "hub of the universe."-Ed.] BAHBMAI REO CROSS OUILD. List of subscriptions from S. Paul's Native Baptist Church, Bannerman Town Eleuthera. I % avid Knowles 4 (> J, Cor nelius I hom] son (.d Lucy A. Thompson 6d Moses I.. Williams _> o, Charlotte Williams i 3, RichardThompson 1 o, Susanah I homp-on 1 o, Sharper McKinney Sr. 3d,. Jam. 15 1 Milhi 6d, Matthius Ma< kaj 6d, David McKinni y 6d, Naa man Mi Kinney 6d., Annie Mai ka\ id, Rowena Mai \ffi) 1'., I). 1111 e 1 Millergd., Vii loria Bn >vt 11 3d., Samuel ; McKinm \ ;'. Evelj n Mi Kinne\ ;,|., Ji 1 epii .1 Knowles6d, Cathei it e Mi llei bd Susan 1 Mackay od., S ai pei McKin m y Ji 3d ( i.a M Her 6d Frances Mel 1 '. \driana I )elain J I 0,Ci il ,' %  Miller jd., I ianah Millei 6d I Hive Mc, Kiniic' ^d,Olivia Yi >ung iod, \. pi i|i 1 m Y01 ng i o, Fram 1 s McKinni > 6d Sarah Mi Kinni j jd., lb Kni I'A Ies j(j ( Chai Ies Vlillei id., Cassandra E. Finla \, Dorcas I homp1 son id., Charity \rmbrister : ; Dalpbne Miller 6d., RaI chad Yi HI %  : Dora Young^ji. 6d Justina M llei [d., M< litsa V Knic' Ies |d, Anna Musgn \ e id., Isi 1 1 I )i lancy I 1 '). Fi -'is \|, kiniH \ Simi 1 MI Mi K i nnej 2 o, James K Me impson 1 Q, Thomas lb \Ii Kim e\ 6d., 11 ai e McKinney id., Joseph Miller id., I .evinin A il ms fid, Sarah I Mi K nm \ id. Pre< dla Finl i\ ;d. Waltei f inlay 3d. "-ibis Mai ka\ I, Kleonei A. I ho npson fid, David T. Millei 6d, Mai 1 ha Mai kav 3d, b.iac Mackay ;d, William Mclntosh <'<\, Fram es Youffg id, Fiances Williams 1 O, b'osanah Mai k.iy 3d, SarSh Millei '., Viiginia I hompson (,'], Jusiina Millei 6d, Alice bethel 3d, Clotilda Mackay id, Sustina Fine id, Lilian Basden '. CharlotteMiller6d, Advilda Young id, Augustai Mdler vb Lama Delancy id, Ann Gibson ij, Ethel Mackay 3d, Joseph Mdler ),, Catherine I Young 3d, Florence Musgrove id, Jutsen Miller .',, Evelyn Young I 1 ., Margaret Musgrove 3.1. Ilarold Minus id,



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Eli/.beth Delancy 3d, s amuel] II Vrmbrister 6d, ElviraThomp' sun 6d, I'.uil McKinney i o, Man is>ali Knowles .'.. • £ 2 \ i\ • Mher items Ullnoticed 3| Total £> 4 8 J VMES R. THOMSON', PASTOR. —:o:— Russell Town, Grd. Hah ima 1 it Editor 11.him 1 Mi. Edjjor: \llovv me a space in your valuable c > lumn> to puLlish 1 ie r >llov iiig in idenl vhi< h wr'-d here on i <• 1 2th inst. \ugusHis Hepburn, npanied 1 It David ;oose, md 1 ittl' !> %  %  '• : \ 1 ,1 rs 1 1 Hubert Cooper; (si in • f the Rev. W. \\. Coopei 1 on his 1 turn home fi %  iiii 1 voya*e 'i 1 1 lie shi 11 ig grape fruit. The bi > %  I hey wen .! oard (about 1 J feet by kei 1 1 as H idently upset about a n le's disl in %  •• from rny home, if which there are no settlers 1 th it listri •' to rendei iny 1 isistance flunews re ich "1 ni" nbout 30 minutes later by some female persons pass ing bv win) saw llieao idi nt, 1 d hurried off to lei me know, is I was the only man HI the s-'ttlement at the time I then launched a boat by 1 e help of some females; but, the weatheff was so rough at e 1 ime, / one man could Ii irdly mamage a boat How ; I 1'iiys ied 10 theii rescue undei extreme persTver in e; but just before I reached them, 1 '.HI I [being blown in a >• p isition, through tlie mer Jes of "Piovidence" and 1 he ifigenii us tgacity of M: \ j\. Hopburn, th y lied J ndior\ Mi Wild 1 • s el vv is viiy much b'uiscill in.l in a pretty |"or ''mi liii/m of (r imp The li'ili !iiv was shivering bad 1\ fio/n the ehilliness of the wateyr. hut were nol otherwise hurti. Mr Hepburn appeared as /f he had simplv taken a di Jr I Ie niii;lit to be highly congratulated U u Ins braverv. tanking you for spai allowed. I am very situ erely \< ui s TH VDDEUS A. RUSSELL. COMMUNICATED. (Iregon Town Eleuthera Deer. 11 th 1915 A spec i;il service was held nt S Vgnee Chur 1 on the 9th f 11 the purpose of raising funds foi 1 he Re< Cross. I lit musi< ral part of the sei vice coi s'st ed "f a ilium, Granvilie Macki*y. The Union Ja< l< was placet in front of die \li.ir an I the Catt chist re id th'' seim .11 preached at the 1 B hi dral on he 21st to the dicers a I the Balmi as %  itinjj 1 M e\ C. Dud •\ I. ii| "i. H( :ti 11 of tlie %  1 i. Hie (1 ngrei ati< 11 %  1 large one '.win:,' to the emenrj the w eather, 1 >n 'I %  %  tion vas eiy small A number of si ys, intl ihi r 1 eai her Mr I. \|>t I %  >! i' att s service Ihe 'hymns us* d were [68, {65, fn>m \ M. I'IHN.i tional Anthem was sung at he close "f tinservii e. I II. Radiograms 1 jtli I tecember. 19:5. London 13th Governor, Hal mas < UBi ial New s: 1 ieneral r 1 fin Ii reports thai sixteen • f nui ie* raided a sti >i<-. depot and Miraumonl ai drome. Ml w en In a\ il\ boi b ed and it is I" lie\ed ciinsider able (I mi ige .1-done. Bombard 1 enemy lines continues with good results. A sm ill, successful bombing ai lack near Neu*e Chapelle des troyed an en< my machine gun and inflicted numerous casual ties ( in (M-.ii iltii s were 1 ii'ii< er and four nun wound* d In the Black Sea Russian tor edo boats sank two Tin lash guubi ats. The Italians have captured Irong heights of Guidicassa and I mi 'iv. 11 h is Serbia Press Bureau announces that the tenth di\ ision after sustaining violent attacks l>\ i ei whelming numl tei s I retired with our Allits funn Lake Doiran Westward t<> Vardar. The successful withdraw al was due to gallant conduct of the troops, especially Minister and Dublin fusiliers and C<>n naught Rangers. We lust fif tei n hundred men and eight In Id guns. (Signed) BONAR LAW. London: Sal" nila advn es state that the British have evacuated Doiran and Gievgeli, in Southeastern ^'•ibia. The Bulgarians are reported to be pursuing die British with in five miles of the Greek frontier. (Ireek forces are reported mov ing towards the frontier Berlin: — It isofficially report ed that the British and French have ent irelj been expelled fi m Mai ed mian 1 1 ritory. Ii is stated that t wo British divisioi s were neai ly annihilat London: —The Bi itish sti ai Pine Jrove has been sunk, hei e • safe It is estimatod that German and Austru I Inngarian subma 1 ines to date have sunk 5 8 ves • %  with total I mnage of 900. 0 Casualties among British oiTi to November 29th were 21. 000 of whom 6500 were kill 1 d The British gi ivei nmenl lias JI base Ameri %  s held in Rngland pay ing five year five percent \ ler boi 1 esi lated value of si iti-s 1five hundred million pounds sterling. 'The purp is t" ci inser\ e alues and a> d 1 mm ulst iry loan. It is officially announced that the British repulsed Turk ish attai I s at Knt1 Amara. Bi 1 tish reinfi in ements are g ling foru a id NOTICE. T ills is to inform mv PatfODS .111,1 1 he Public in ( ieneral that I liave opened mv F'ublir Blnck Smiili sini|i; gnd am now ready to dn anything in 1 e 'me ol General repair ni new \ k Horsi Sh teing s,„( i.iiK Ml work done \\v hann allv. P. \ IILYLoL' Advertise in The Tribune. Big I 0:1 In Fresh Meat THE mid a • at Block I 1 tin Meat Mark t froi inst. fresh n t at l ing prices \ > Stea 1 I. Roast Be< i< I. Stewing Muttoi Pork N. B. I attent ii n f.n t, that vertisi m meat of \ k ; dined pi 1 : 1 1 above, r< at all %  ( ust mei -. who mav r and afti of em tx 1 1 quiti a ; frozen 1 R %  to hold ; NC T HE ent of the 1 I' is being I < |j 1: duo I been di 1 the business ie of Januai j. In thi .! K s i g n e d i s p 1 <\ • offers foi tin whole 1 : ' •• Co you 1 ( > A 0| 1 '• should II. Noreaso PHI! I :K< 1 GAS In Drums ; 1 Ten < lalli n 11 ling i on C. i l-.i Strdd Nassau N I Apt i. 1



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tttiut ed from first page) dwell, and the slid* that snted it passi d ovei very v. Perhaps you i" i if slides to v. I] | '"" artist lias thrown ling into his pictun •' Pri ligal indulging in living and wai is allowed his ima uch Fn e play tli.it the re ressii n, U[K>II men I i live .1 life • I more i thout o much rioutm ould i Sunda) wel. be I ol I iuci i. i min swi .1 note all to If. \\r is often • riant, and this is his : %  ngly : half I i k of And i %  All ryi sight i" ii that is ered h e evel. :ei ml i • In Krom which 1 iral, toi ttli tion in I >rtant i n • 1 '1. We Want To Help The Washerwoman At The New York House and Isaiah Sweeting up last 0 !|> 1 bar %  I • (• %  'iap %  •. 1 %  %  • is • %  £ A Timely Hint Extract from a letter Dear "You MUST remember how mm Ii we enjoyed the grape fruil yi u* senl us through Mi Christie from sau, last Xmas 1 have %  leaves from then on the i'>tli this month, and ai i ives in New Yi irk o Just.in tin i the Holi days I pit on I 1 • 1 %  ( n and i i fl II C. CHRIS1 IE H. T. BRICE Commission Merchant OFFICE : n % %  .< • tm Nassau, N IK. Baham AGENT HO KS ^B& SHEEP CATTLE J^ POULTRY SPONGES, SISAL and other ISLAND Products FOR SALE T l i .A. to 1 I I %  t reel Smith, on 1 \ (1 I . the i ighl is %  TIMOI I!V A. • Ml II No Phone ?14. IMPORTANT C best Am 'eggs I and I Hat I. TOOT1 li • NOTICE j %  I 5 %  inform the | ned nol I East Bay St. Chas. E. Bethell Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Ales "ines Spirits ftp* Xmas Cards W print in Xma" C; es ;IIKI are | ordi : % %  printed Id lil Our p i shillings : .. : i foi lai quni '. •: We IO lials in per •'in i .. % %  %  mi I 'I %  11 %  x i > • II Williams Shoes Are Better



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NVJIIIXJS >M*iiti HIS ivirnrc in veiba IIIRKIM. Hemit bound i<> sw<-nr to ihc lliitin.v. of no Muster. VOL. VIII. Nh.M\i, N I*.. l ihm *•.. rVKSOAY, December. 14. I >is. NO. 17 Mi ines an d Mine-Sweepers I, near I surface they were In in in Saa< li,r "i i p and Mei t< smallei The big moi (l itli ; ilfore inj thing uld hi to enti .., • n %  rar > I i nd'i trie and %  • tioi e so mi n employed in n e 'suddenly n hardly I lima rl liinitei I" I en who; tl al im I nd l 1 Navy in A E wi1 t k re dt pressing i fi.-r 1 %  ni i 1 ; i p until tin I: I | flout al ' fli \ : lilt tl 'v| hcil of it • %  • a i • d : u hat I they ,,.>re rl. nres it w : mi —"'Vill 1 • ep the • % %  Hie labour of red to i • i *wii 1,11 icperi I tol.ai die Full; I h >>ns of 1 llv in %  i tin | ' n? for the kitten, I "l (pi we h %  i %  f quo So iu h Ii ; n'' n .. %  n i '' I %  i rafter her I II %  b< ll ite from her neril I i %  %  %  ... iii i .... the wife |n machine their spare t ime : thev m wall Ii I out nfone %  • f I • su| have evei wi in %  I I %  • : i i 111 ;" i I-dil • | %  •• I Wear Armbrister's Shoes v


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Publication Date: Tuesday, December 14, 1915
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NvjIIixjs >M*iiti his ivirnrc in veiba iiirkim.
Hemit bound i<> sw<-nr to ihc lliitin.v. of no Muster.
VOL. VIII.
Nh.M\i, N I*.. l ihm *.. rVKSOAY, December. 14. I >is.
NO. 17
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L <;ILtRT DUPOOR,
Fitter .ind Proprietor
OPPICK
Corner Shirley & Chnrioile Sta
.Vatsou, .v. p., Bahama*
TlloNE UttO. P. (). BOX 168.
PUBLISHED DAILY
RATES
iv, Wednesday and Friday -
! Coj.v ...... |,|
, an i I lim la) ngle o ipy id
f tingle) cony i!(|
si
is. bd
I) ..... 4* M
if early...
' _____: !*
CAVAla.l IN \ {){ \\rl
ling Kates ir In e
i t in ertion: er line
rood in-titr ii. aiui.....!pe:im per
ine 'or wbtquei i nisei i.
tieiti-i.t umlei eiglu line i-.
Zhe tribune
I iiraday. December 14. 191 j
have he ird that Li( u
i Ernest Dann, a neph-
ol Kevs. C A and II. F.
was killed in a
I i ince, on Nov. 22nd.
following passengers
- -1 Per S. S. "Mexii
rom Mew York on Sunday:
Mesdames: Maud Sands,
G trude Wells Dunant.Tern
Iv'ydi r, Kathleen Sin lair,
t< r ^ Hamlyn Holmes,
iil\ C. Merriman, Jennie
lorf, M Watson Rudd,
ide Clark, Valeria Uii e
irigg, Charlotte Prin i ;
: Ella May Wells Dur-
Dorothy I). Lovall,
rin Sinclair, Alberta
olm, Sarah Flint, Chris
tin C. Merrira in, Isabel C.
nan, Enid Bad
a leri a M. B. Brownrigg
' ies Clarke, Clementina
- Ross, Maude Morris;
. James C. Ferguson,
1 nrv W. Clark. SvlvesterP.
I, Ernest Ryder, David
VV. Ferguson, R, Donald
-on, V. A. Vesper Man
ro, I rederick J Lovall, Harry
dnev Smith, HenryC.Simp
n, (ieorge Garncau, Thorn
1 \mourv, James P. El
nndorf, Allied Edwin
Brownrigg.
Mesdames Zoi Coronadis,
ms Pieper; Misses Eline
nakis, Beatrice Storr;
Messrs. Theodoris Damianos,
Henry Pieper, Louis Massa
nowsky.
Mesdames Bertha Cono-
way, Lilian Meade, Christina
Coakley, Lettia Edwards;
Miss Elizabeth Miller; Messrs.
Themelis Verenakis, John I!.
Conoway, Marshall Meade,
George Davis. John R. Fer
guson, Frank Morral, John
Ferguson, Gilbert Thompson,
I'iinee Alfred Roker, Charles
M. Green.
THE GOLD IN THE FRENCH STOCKING
The greatest su cess of the
I' rench war loan proves on< e
more how thrift and patiiot-
ism go hand in hand in the
republic.
In January, 1912, before
j inte ni! i< mal bankers had be-
gun consciously or unconsi i-
0 >sly to prepa 1 u the war,
; iiited States held in 1
91,780, ,o nlyin the
rreasuiv. < Jreat Britain held
$711, 1 1 and Fram e $1,
2 11'.' 1' >; in both countries
it ciri 11I ited freelv, hut in
1 : ince it also bulged out the
toe of many u w< k?n st. 1 k
ing Germany had a much
sin 11 lei amount.
There has been inflation in
each country. Britons bo si
that the Bank of England bv
its discount rate c m "draw
gold out of the ground;" and
in spite of heavy shipments
hire the bank' hi tidings have
rei ently run $ too,ooo,o< 0 or
more above 1013. averaging
-Mine $3011, 1 1.000. On
Mo in lav the Imperial German
Bank held $608,1><1 >,< o 1 gold
a i a basis for $1,4 5 $,000,11 0
p iper; the Bank of France
$960,000,000 gold on which
$2,480,000 in paper was out-
standing. France had also
raised money by issuing short-
term Treasury notes, hv a
smaller issue of Treasury
'obligations' pract ically o-
I 5 year bonds and hv bor-
rowing from England on g< >ld
sent thither The hank bor-
rowings and short-term notes
are simply an unfunded debt
'The national wealth of
France is estimated at $ ro,-
000,000.000 hut over and
above all indebtedness, pri-
vate or pubic Her material
wealth, therefore, is consider-
ably greater. Her people
hold, according to Raphael-
Georges Levy. $8,000,000,000
of foreign securities. They
owned in August, 1914, $8oo-
000,000 of Amerii an securi-
ties alone, of which the) ha\e
sold only one tenth. But the
; chief strength of the country
in finance as in the Geld, is
confident.
Faith in Fram e and the
' gold in the st<" king have
once more served the republic.
:i >',
Mangr . e (lay Andros
th L) nber 1915.
Editor Ti ibune
I >' ar Sir,
! nmi the mannei in whit h
you jumbled together the
subsci iptions from the donors
to the various Wai bund-
from pei ns in my I district,
1 draw the inferem e that yi >u
a 1 n either loath to publish
them hi did not have space to
print them in a more read
able fashion. Neithei of
these reas< ns 1 an execuse you
I- it possible t hat I submitted
t< 111 l su kindly let me know and I
will have them printed in
pamphlet form and sent to
each ami eveiy home a- a
stimulus to further p itriotis n
and loyalty in tln> m si vital
cause. Please d......1 pei form
your servi es so pei functoi ily
again, or we might think
that tired.
Vi 1 \ truly yi iurs,
GEO. II CLARKE.
:o.-
We beg to draw our es-
teenii d correspondent'satten
tion to the fai t that while it
is alw ays a great pleasure (o
publish the names <>f subscrib-
ei- ti> the vai ious patriotic
funds, we consider his re-
marks as to the M W'XI.U in
M huh we publish those lists,
are to say the least of it decid-
edly out of pi, 11 e. Is he aware
that there ARE other lists,
and that we have to publish
these almost daily ? May we
also remind him that t lies"
lists are published gratis, and
that after all, the district
which he administers is no1
quite the "hub of the uni-
verse."- -Ed.]
BAHBMAI REO CROSS OUILD.
List of subscriptions from
S. Paul's Native Baptist
Church, Bannerman Town
Eleuthera.
I ?avid Knowles 4 (> J, Cor
nelius I hom] son (.d Lucy
A. Thompson 6d Moses I..
Williams _> o, Charlotte Wil-
liams i 3, RichardThompson
1 o, Susanah I homp-on 1 o,
Sharper McKinney Sr. 3d,.
Jam. 15 1 Milhi 6d, Matthius
Ma< kaj 6d, David McKinni y
6d, Naa man Mi Kinney 6d.,
Annie Mai ka\ id, Rowena
Mai \ffi) 1'., I). 1111 e 1 Millergd.,
Vii loria Bn >vt 11 3d., Samuel
; McKinm \ ;'. Evelj n Mi Kin-
ne\ ;,|., Ji 1 epii .1 Knowles6d,
Cathei it e Mi llei bd Susan 1
Mackay od., S ai pei McKin
m y Ji 3d ( i.a M Her 6d ,
Frances Mel 1 '. \driana ,
I )elain J I 0,Ci il ,' Miller jd., .
I ianah Millei 6d I Hive Mc- ,
Kiniic' ^d,Olivia Yi >ung iod,
\. pi i|i 1 m Y01 ng i o, Fram 1 s
McKinni > 6d Sarah Mi Kin-
ni j jd., lb Kni i'a Ies j(j(
Chai Ies Vlillei id., Cassandra
E. Finla \, Dorcas I homp- 1
son id., Charity \rmbrister
: ; Dalpbne Miller 6d., Ra- I
chad Yi hi -:. Dora Young^ji.
6d Justina M llei [d., M< lit-
sa V Knic' Ies |d, Anna '
Musgn \ e id., Isi 11 I )i lancy I
1 '). Fi -'is \|, kiniH \
Simi 1 mi Mi Kinnej 2 o, James
K Me impson 1 q, Thomas lb
\Ii Kim e\ 6d., 11 ai e McKin-
ney id., Joseph Miller id.,
I .evinin A il ms fid, Sarah
I Mi K nm \ id. Pre< dla ,
Finl i\ ;d. Waltei f inlay 3d.
"-ibis Mai ka\ I, Kleonei A.
I ho npson fid, David T. Mil-
lei 6d, Mai 1 ha Mai kav 3d,
b.iac Mackay ;d, William
Mclntosh <'<\, Fram es Youffg
id, Fiances Williams 1 O,
b'osanah Mai k.iy 3d, SarSh
Millei '., Viiginia I hompson
(,'], Jusiina Millei 6d, Alice
bethel 3d, Clotilda Mackay
id, Sustina Fine id, Lilian
Basden '. CharlotteMiller6d,
Advilda Young id, Augustai
Mdler vb Lama Delancy id,
Ann Gibson ij, Ethel Mackay
3d, Joseph Mdler ),, Catherine I
Young 3d, Florence Musgrove
id, Jutsen Miller .',, Evelyn
Young I1., Margaret Mus-
grove 3.1. Ilarold Minus id,


Eli/.beth Delancy 3d,samuel] II
Vrmbrister 6d, ElviraThomp'
sun 6d, I'.uil McKinney i o,
Man is>ali Knowles .'..
2 \ i\
Mher items Ull-
noticed 3|
Total > 4 8
J VMES R. THOMSON',
PASTOR.
:o:
Russell Town, Grd. Hah ima
1 it Editor 11.him ,
1 Mi. Edjjor:
\llovv me a space in your
valuable c>lumn> to puLlish
1 ie r' >llov iiig in idenl vhi< h
wr'-d here on i < 1 2th inst.
\ugusHis Hepburn,
npanied 1 It David
;oose, md 1 ittl' !> '
: \ 1 ,1 rs 1 1
Hubert Cooper; (si in f the
Rev. W. \\. Coopei 1 on his
1 turn home fi iiii 1 voya*e
'i 1 1 lie shi 11 ig grape
fruit. The bi > I hey wen
.! oard (about 1 j feet by kei 11
* as H idently upset about a
n le's disl in from rny home,
if which there are no settlers
1 th it listri ' to rendei iny
1 isistance flu- news re ich
"1 ni" nbout 30 minutes later
by some female persons pass
ing bv win) saw llieao idi nt,
1 d hurried off to lei me
know, is I was the only man
hi the s-'ttlement at the time
I then launched a boat by
1 e help of some females; but,
the weatheff was so rough at
' e 1 ime, / one man could
Ii irdly mamage a boat How
; I 1'iiys ied 10 theii rescue
undei extreme persTver in e;
but just before I reached them,
1 '.hi I [being blown in a
> p isition, through
tlie mer Jes of "Piovidence"
and 1 he ifigenii us tgacity of
M: \ j\. Hopburn, th y
lied J ndior\ Mi. Wild
1 s el vv is viiy much
b'uiscill in.l in a pretty |"or
''mi liii/m of (r imp The
li'ili !iiv was shivering bad
1\ fio/n the ehilliness of the
wateyr. hut were nol otherwise
hurti. Mr Hepburn appeared
as /f he had simplv taken a
di Jr I Ie niii;lit to be highly
congratulated U u Ins braverv.
tanking
you for spai
allowed.
I am very situ erely \< ui s
TH VDDEUS A. RUSSELL.
COMMUNICATED.
(Iregon Town Eleuthera
Deer. 11 th 1915
A spec i;il service was held nt
S Vgnee Chur 1 on the 9th f 11
the purpose of raising funds foi
1 he Re< Cross. I lit musi<
ral part of the sei vice coi s'st
ed "f a I larmonium pi iyed by Messrs
.lain, s 11 Wood, Curtis i> iliu- m,
Granvilie Macki*y. The Union
Ja< l< was placet in front of die
\li.ir an I the Catt chist re id
th'' seim .11 preached at the
1 b hi dral on he 21st to the
dicers a I the Balmi as
! itinjj 1 M e\ C. Dud
\ I. ii| "i. H( :ti 11 of tlie
1 i. Hie (1 ngrei ati< 11
1 large one '.win:,' to the
emenrj the w eather, 1 >n
'I tion vas
eiy small A number of si
ys, intl ihi r 1 eai her Mr
I. \|>tI>!i' att s service
Ihe 'hymns us*d were [68, -
{65, fn>m \ M. I'ih- N.i
tional Anthem was sung at
he close "f tin- servii e.
I II. -
Radiograms
1 jtli I tecember. 19:5.
London 13th
Governor, *
Hal mas
< UBi ial New s: 1 ieneral
r 1 fin Ii reports thai sixteen f
nui ie* raided a sti>i<-.
depot and Miraumonl ai
drome. Ml w en In a\ il\ boi b
ed and it is I" lie\ed ciinsider
able (I mi ige .1-- done.
Bombard 1 enemy lines
continues with good results. A
sm ill, successful bombing ai
lack near Neu*e Chapelle des
troyed an en< my machine gun
and inflicted numerous casual
ties ('in (M-.ii iltii s were
1 ii'ii< er and four nun wound* d
In the Black Sea Russian tor
edo boats sank two Tin lash
guubi ats.
The Italians have captured
Irong heights of Guidicassa and
I mi 'iv.11 h is
Serbia Press Bureau announces
that the tenth di\ ision after
sustaining violent attacks l>\
i ei whelming numl tei s I
retired with our Allits funn
Lake Doiran Westward t<> Var-
dar. The successful withdraw
al was due to gallant conduct
of the troops, especially Minister
and Dublin fusiliers and C<>n
naught Rangers. We lust fif
tei n hundred men and eight
In Id guns.
(Signed)
BONAR LAW.
London: Sal" nila advn es
state that the British have eva-
cuated Doiran and Gievgeli, in
Southeastern ^'ibia.
The Bulgarians are reported
to be pursuing die British with
in five miles of the Greek fron-
tier.
(Ireek forces are reported mov
ing towards the frontier
Berlin: It isofficially report
ed that the British and French
have ent irelj been expelled fi m
Mai ed mian 1 1 ritory. Ii is stat-
ed that t wo British divisioi s
were neai ly annihilat
London: The Bi itish sti ai
Pine Jrove has been sunk, hei
e safe
It is estimatod that German
and Austru I Inngarian subma
1 ines to date have sunk 5 8 ves
with total I mnage of 900.
0
Casualties among British oiTi
to November 29th were
21. 000 of whom 6500 were kill
1 d
The British gi ivei nmenl lias
ji base Ameri
s held in Rngland pay
ing five year five percent \
ler boi
1 esi lated value of si
iti-s 1- five hundred million
pounds sterling. 'The purp
is t" ci inser\ e alues and a> d
1 mm ulst iry loan.
It is officially announced
that the British repulsed Turk
ish attai I s at Knt1 Amara. Bi 1
tish reinfi in ements are g ling
foru a id
Notice.
Tills is to inform mv PatfODS
.111,1 1 he Public in ( ieneral
that I liave opened mv F'ublir
Blnck Smiili sini|i; gnd am now
ready to dn anything in 1 e 'me ol
General repair ni new \ k Horsi
Sh teing s,-( i.iiK Ml work done
\\v hann allv.
P. \ IILYLoL'
Advertise in
The Tribune.
Big I 0:1
In
Fresh Meat
THE mid a
at Block I 1 tin
Meat Mark t froi
inst. fresh n t at l
ing prices \
> Stea 1 I.
Roast Be< i< I.
Stewing
Muttoi
Pork
N. B. I
attent ii n !
f.n t, that .
vertisi m
meat of \ k ;
dined pi 1
: 1 1
above, r<
at all
( ust mei -.
who mav r

and afti of
em tx 1 1
quiti a ;
frozen 1
R
to hold
;
NC
THE ent
of the 1 I'
is being I <
|j 1: duo I
been di 1
the business ie
of Januai j.
In thi .! k
s i g n e d i s p 1 <\
offers foi tin
whole 1 :
Co you 1 (
>
A 0| 1 '
should ii.
Noreaso
PHI! I :k<

1
GAS
In Drums
; 1
Ten < lalli n 11
ling i on
C. i l-.i
Strdd
Nassau N I
Apt i. 1 '


tttiut ed from first page)
dwell, and the slid* that
snted it passi d ovei very
v. Perhaps you
i" i if slides to v. I] |
'"" artist lias thrown
ling into his pictun
' ' Pri ligal indulging in
- living and wai
is allowed his ima
uch Fn e play tli.it the re
ressii n, u[k>ii men
I i live .1 life I more
" i thout
o much rioutm ould
i Sunda) -
wel. be I ol
I
iuci i.
! i min swi
- .1 note all to
- If. \\r is often .
riant, and this is his
: ' ngly
: half I
i
k of
And i

. All ryi
sight i"
ii
that is
ered h e
'
evel.
:ei ml i

In Krom which 1
iral, toi
ttli tion in I
>rtant i n 1 '1.
We Want To Help
The
Washerwoman
At The New York House
and
Isaiah Sweeting
up last
0 !|> 1 bar
I (
' '-
iap .
1 is -
A Timely Hint
Extract from a letter
Dear----------
"You MUST remember
how mm Ii we enjoyed the
grape fruil yi u* senl us
through Mi Christie from
sau, last Xmas 1 have
leaves
from then on the i'>tli this
month, and ai i ives in New
Yi irk o
Just.in tin i the Holi
days I pit on
' I1
1 ( n and
i i fl
.
II C. CHRIS1 IE
H. T. BRICE
Commission Merchant
Office : n .< tm,
Nassau, N IK. Baham
AGENT
HO KS ^B& SHEEP
CATTLE J^ POULTRY
SPONGES, SISAL and other ISLAND Products
FOR SALE
Tl
i .A.
to 1 I I

t reel
Smith,
on 1
. \ (1
* I
. the
i ighl is

TIMOI I!V A. Ml II
No
Phone ?14.
IMPORTANT
C best Am
'eggs I and
I Hat
I. TOOT1
li !'
NOTICE
' j I 5 inform the |
* ned
nol
I
East Bay St.
Chas. E. Bethell
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
Ales
"ines
Spirits
ftp*
Xmas
Cards
W print in Xma"
C; es ;iikI
are |
ordi :
' printed
Id lil
Our p i shillings
: .. : i foi lai
quni '. :
We io lials in
per
'in i .. .! mi
I 'I . 11 x i > II
Williams Shoes Are Better


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