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taken by the cruiser Descartes from the steamers Coamo. Jufin and Carolina. :o:— Official News is probably dela; c;l e to interruption to wires severe storms in Mew Y< irk, and South. A Christmas Safe and Bazaar W ILL be held in the! h Hall, George! %  n I I ursday, I >ecember \ %  • ii he funds of j I %  Iral. To | i ned by His E> i Hem the G vi rnor and Mr Al at .) p.m. ; \ Ii ction of I al and fan les will I be II sal< including lim a. chin i I I ea, I i and Refreshnd Suppers %  DRINK Welch's Grape Juice. IMPORTANT C 'Ii i l: i American %  e gg %  doz.) and ap| I at T. fOOTE PRICES Quarts, 2s. 3d. each. Pints, is. 4d., 15s. per doz. | Pints, 9d. 8s. 6d. i doz i Pints, 5d. 4s. 6d. per doz. T BLACK S 222 Bay St. AND The Nassau Candy Kitchen, Opp. Hotel Colcnial. HEX Bay st. DeGregory's Tire Works NOTICE I Ii' s is to inform the pub%  lie thai t! e undersigned will not b • p m ible for anySTEAM VULCANISING All makes find sizes of St. Mathew's Parish Church Schoolroom. Wednesday, December 22nd. 3 p.m. 10 p.m. Sale of—Aprons, Clothing, Fancy Goods, Pictures, Toys, Booklets. A charming AfternoonTea will be provided 4.00-6.CO p.m. Ice Cream will be served at any tune. A SPECIAL STALL OF WAR LITERft II RE for free distribution to American Citizens. I ea, Coffee, Cot <>a, Cake, Candy lb une made fiiead STAI LS, 6 00 1000 p.m. COCOA M T SIIV. SHOOI 1NGGALLERY— A Pi ize for the best shot of the aftei n< on. Ladies c\ (1' iitlenv You are all helping the w %  ibs "I War, and we too have foregone our Large Bazaar in order to be abli I i I Hive more time and energy to the works of mercy, necessitated by this world's detjky; we therefore appeal to you all to help us with goodwill Iin our Works i PEACE. Oil. 11 A. HIGGS. Auto Tires and Tubes Repaired JTQR SALE All Work Guaranteed • 30 WEST BAY STREET. Look! :• %  • %  %  .'• ''*ITB;^^ I'*-1 Foreigner: 1 haven't tasted a well cooked meal since I'vi I 1 en m Nassau. Nas saurian: -Have you ever ed Isaac Roberts on I.a ii Bay St. .for igner: No. Jfassatnr/an: -Try him once and you will try him always. All ire welcome: -Come now cooking ofth^besVcook N0RWICH VKOM FIRE INSURANCE SOCIETY, Norwich lassau ever produced. JOHN BUTLER Office: 367 Hay St., East 'Phone 245 Commission Merchant, Auctioneer and Real Estate Agent EXPORTER Sisal, Sponges, Bark, Cotton and Woods AGENT T ENDERS will be received bj Mr. Timothy A. Smith, up to the ; ist of December for a dwelling house and lot on Shirley Street, bounded on the north by Shir ley Street, 1 m the East by pro perty of Timothy A. Smith, %  in the South by propei ty ol the late .lames, A. Godfrey, wesl by Canaan Lane. Sold free of all encumberance, the right is reserved of rejecting any or all of the t( uders. TIMOI IIV A. SMITH. \>, .• %  > Shii ley Str et. Advertise in i The Tribune. \ Wear Armbrister's Shoes



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Nvillius ;\,iili. ins IUMII in varba maiinl. Ki-in; bound iniwrikr to the Doemmi of no Master. VOL. VIM. NfeJWaU, N. P.. R&hMima, WKDNKSBAV, December. IS. 1913. L. OILBKRT DUPUCH, Editor •" i Pi %  HI rioi. Cornel Shirley & Charlotte Sis III ." P., ,'iil/l IIIMS I'llONK MO. P. <>. BOX 168. PUBLISHED DAILY KATES Monday, We u e • • %  Mid Fii • Unniteilv ... 4*. 6d HalfYearh ..... isPAY \ MI .1-: IN \i'\ AMI: kdvertisuif Rat line f -i first iiMerti pence i ei line '.i ccmid inse tion : aiiii onei ) pel line lot -mi1 if.', iiikecti .: r ameiitt i hi line*. 4-. The S. Y. "Oneida"arrived here on Saturday. She is '.\'oed by the genial and pi p lar Commodore 0 Zion Baptist Chapel, Bimini 1 00 Mother's Zion Baptist Church, I'M etown FTeuthera 111 0 St. Paul's Native Baptist Church, B nip 1 man Town Eleutln 248 :o: — We beg to di aw oui 1 a I ere' attention t<> the Christmas Sale and Bazaai ti 1 be I in the Church Hall to morrow evening. See advei tisemenl m an< tin 1 11 ilumu. Radiograms 1 1 M1 December, 1915 London, lath: \ Reut< 1 despatch from Saloniki dated December 1 itb says a profound sensation has been c uised by the statement from a F rench source that Colonel Phallisof the irei k c Minnis.si in at .1 meeting with the French generals yesterday declared in the name of the Greek government that should the Bulgarian army considei 11 uecess iry to cross the < ireek frontier in pursuit of the Vllied armies the < ireek ai my, in ordei t" avoid all %  !• ngei ius 1 itact, would retire before the Bulgari .in Fi >r • -. [*he French retirement continues the ; 1 pati h, Ins 1 %  iiiim Tested foi the pasl few daj s doubtless due to the fact that they desti >) ed all the roads and In idges behind them. (in their retirement from the right b ink <>f the Cernia the r 1. iicli burned the bridge span ning the river at Vozartsi, the ferry at Ribartsi and the rail ,v.n bridgi at Gradsko. On abandoning Krivolak the French destroyed parts of the railway at Demirkapou they blew up a long tunnel and an impoi taut bridge. During all tin's,, operations the French were Facing four Bulgarian Ii.f.mtrv and 1 me ca v.ilrv regiments but they sucled in retiring with slight loss and took aloii^ all I 1 supplies. B rljn, via London, 12: rhe Anglo-Ifrencb forces pressed bj the Bulgarians in Southern S< 1 !,ia are etre % %  %  ing at places over theGreek borjdei ii isanuounced in to days official report by the German arcny head quarti rs S Mi Francesco: The Chi e i] iaiters h re went on in']ml today as being opposed to the ( hange of China from a republic to a monarchy and decided to n nuously the proposed change in g ivernment. I 1 mdon, 12:A Reuter de tch from P< trograd gives details of the building ol foitifications on the line 0 the Bug River by the Gerni nis. The information is brought bj 1 Barnovitch region afl 1 evacuati< n of that pla< e, following the Russian suc< e mid-Ni i' Hamburg, 1 2: The pi iz I a has before it I c ise of t he American hip I'ass of Balmaha has decide I to treat hei as an enemy • 1 sel. It is announced that the evidence has establish the ship was under the Bri tish flag until theend of ig and was s ld to an Amprii an company after the outbi of the u — :o: 15th December, ;oi5. Berlin: Bulgarian troops broke through the AngloFrench line at \'ard ir River and cut off the Frem h from the British. The French Front was taken bv storm and tie i forces suffered heavy 1 isses I he pursuit of the Allies troops continues accord in 1 I 1 NO. ., Sofi ] patch of Sun laj from tl e • ial report Lond n: rh 1 el %  mm. nt has COffll all < ireek ; | %  %  : ,:i11 and %  ports I the purpo e ol making up %  and <\w to Entente All tion Ath< %  II %  %  '''' 1 r many vt I 1 ie th \ is on ', %  lam: ty lists, accordin papi : %  %  I'. in 1 mi. bered ll!1 65.3 m lhi • List which : il isuall i< Lon I riio • 01 Pwo C Ne v V01 -' I dam to win unica W on: II • tion %  I •'• on [une Fr; George Wi and %  .: %  wi re indi< l< d chi ts to ilest tion Factories ; \\ • • 1 Williams 1 Shoes Are Better y


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Publication Date: Wednesday, December 15, 1915
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Nvillius ;\,iili. ins iumii in varba maiinl.
Ki-in; bound iniwrikr to the Doemmi of no Master.
VOL. VIM.
NfeJWaU, N. P.. R&hMima, WKDNKSBAV, December. IS. 1913.
L. OILBKRT DUPUCH,
Editor " i Pi
hi rioi.
Cornel Shirley & Charlotte Sis
III ." P., ,'iil/l IIIMS
I'llONK MO. P. <>. BOX 168.
PUBLISHED DAILY
KATES
Monday, We u e . Mid Fii ;!e i opv ... J'l
i nr.i!.i;. an 1 I inn la) y id
"flti.pi.n sinyle i
We.-kly'
Monthly > '
Unniteilv ... 4*. 6d
HalfYearh .....
is-
PAY \ mi .1-: in \i'\ ami:
kdvertisuif Rat line
f -i first iiMerti pence i ei line
'.i ccmid inse tion : aiiii onei......) pel
line lot -mi-1 if.', iiikecti
.: r ameiitt i hi line*. 4-.
The S. Y. "Oneida"arrived
here on Saturday. She is
'.\'oed by the genial and pi p
lar Commodore Y. C. Cpmmi idon E. S. Ben
edict wlin refuses to be< ome
old,'d espi t e li i s more
than threescore ye irs and len
is one of the best known fig
uret in Yachting circles. I fe
is ;i competent Navigator,
and a veni'alile "son of the
sea ()n me k i asii n he
took a honeymoon party for
a trip two tli tusand mile up
the Amazon. We hope h
will make his stay ami ng u ,
a lengthy one.
THE BAHAMIAN RED CROSS GUILD.
The following sum-, have
b< en "1 no i|
The (iirls Prepai
tory Sell,ml Mas
sau, 1 1 1 11
St. \gnesChurch,
Gregoi v Ton n o 3 3
St. Stephen Church,
Rimini Ep$* ik'3 (> 0
Zion Baptist Chap-
el, Bimini 1 00
Mother's Zion Bap-
tist Church, I'M e-
town FTeuthera 111 0
St. Paul's Native
Baptist Church,
B nip 1 man Town
Eleutln 248
:o:
We beg to di aw oui 1 a I
ere' attention t<> the Christ-
mas Sale and Bazaai ti 1 be
I in the Church Hall to
morrow evening. See advei -
tisemenl m an<'tin 1 11 ilumu.
Radiograms
11M1 December, 1915
London, lath: \ Reut< 1
despatch from Saloniki dated
December 1 itb says a profound
sensation has been c uised by the
statement from a F rench source
that Colonel Phallisof the irei k
c Minnis.si in at .1 meeting with
the French generals yesterday
declared in the name of the
Greek government that should
the Bulgarian army considei
11 uecess iry to cross the < ireek
frontier in pursuit of the Vllied
armies the < ireek ai my, in ordei
t" avoid all ! ngei ius 1 itact,
would retire before the Bulgari
.in Fi >r -.
[*he French retirement con-
tinues the ;'1 pati h, Ins 1
iiiim Tested foi the pasl few daj s
doubtless due to the fact that
they desti >) ed all the roads and
In idges behind them.
(in their retirement from the
right b ink <>f the Cernia the
r 1. iicli burned the bridge span
ning the river at Vozartsi, the
ferry at Ribartsi and the rail
,v.n bridgi at Gradsko.
On abandoning Krivolak the
French destroyed parts of the
railway at Demirkapou they
blew up a long tunnel and an
impoi taut bridge.
During all tin's,, operations
the French were Facing four
Bulgarian Ii.f.mtrv and 1 me ca
v.ilrv regiments but they suc-
led in retiring with slight
loss and took aloii^ all I 1
supplies.
B rljn, via London, 12: rhe
Anglo-Ifrencb forces pressed bj
the Bulgarians in Southern S< 1
!,ia are etre ' ing at places over
theGreek borjdei ii isanuounc-
ed in to days official report by
the German arcny head quarti rs
S Mi Francesco: The Chi
e i] iaiters h re went on
in']ml today as being op-
posed to the ( hange of China
from a republic to a mon-
archy and decided to n
nuously the proposed
change in g ivernment.
I 1 mdon, 12:- A Reuter de
tch from P< trograd gives
details of the building ol
foitifications on the line 0
the Bug River by the Ger-
ni nis. The information is
brought bj 1
Barnovitch region afl 1
evacuati< n of that pla< e, fol-
lowing the Russian suc< e
mid-Ni i'
Hamburg, 1 2: The pi iz
.....I a has before it I
c ise of t he American hip
I'ass of Balmaha has decide I
to treat hei as an enemy 1
sel. It is announced that the
evidence has establish
the ship was under the Bri
tish flag until theend of ig
and was s ld to an Amprii an
company after the outbi
of the u
:o:
15th December, ;oi5.
Berlin: Bulgarian troops
broke through the Anglo-
French line at \'ard ir River
and cut off the Frem h from
the British. The French Front
was taken bv storm and tie i
forces suffered heavy 1 isses
I he pursuit of the Allies
troops continues accord in 1 I 1
NO.
., Sofi ] patch of Sun laj
from tl e ial report
Lond n: rh 1 el
.mm. nt has COffll
all < ireek -; | ' : ,:i11
and ' ports I the
purpo e ol making up
and '
<\w to Entente All
tion
Ath< II ' ''''
1 r many vt
I 1 ie th
\ is on
', lam:
ty lists, accordin '
papi :
.
I'. in 1
mi. bered ll!1
65.3 m
' lhi
List
which
: il .
isuall i<
Lon I riio

01
Pwo C
Ne v V01 !
-'
I
dam to win unica
W on: II

tion I ' '
on [une '
Fr;
George Wi
and .:
wi re indi< l< d chi
ts to ilest
tion Factories ;
\\

1
Williams1 Shoes Are Better
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taken by the cruiser Descar-
tes from the steamers Coamo.
Jufin and Carolina.
:o:
Official News is probably
dela; c;l e to interruption to
wires severe storms
in Mew Y< irk, and South.
A Christmas Safe
and Bazaar
WILL be held in the!
h Hall, George!
n I I ursday, I >ecember \
ii he funds of j
I Iral.
To | i ned by His
E> i Hem the G vi rnor and
Mr Al at .) p.m. ;
\ Ii ction of I
al and fan les will I
be ii sal< including
. lim a. chin i I
I ea, I i and Refresh-
nd Suppers
DRINK
Welch's Grape Juice.
IMPORTANT
C 'Ii i l: i American
egg doz.) and
ap|
I at
T. fOOTE
PRICES
Quarts, 2s. 3d. each.
Pints, is. 4d., "
15s. per doz.
| Pints, 9d.
8s. 6d. i doz
i Pints, 5d.
4s. 6d. per doz.
T BLACK S 222
Bay St.
and The Nassau Candy Kitchen,
Opp. Hotel Colcnial.
HEX
Bay st. DeGregory's Tire Works
NOTICE
I Ii's is to inform the pub-
lie thai t! e undersigned
will not b p m ible for
any-
Steam Vulcanising
All makes find sizes of
St. Mathew's
Parish Church
Schoolroom.
Wednesday, December 22nd.
3 p.m. 10 p.m.
Sale ofAprons,
Clothing,
Fancy Goods,
Pictures,
Toys,
Booklets.
A charming AfternoonTea
will be provided 4.00-6.CO
p.m.
Ice Cream will be served
at any tune.
A SPECIAL STALL OF
WAR LITERft II RE for
free distribution to American
Citizens.
I ea, Coffee, Cot <>a, Cake,
Candy lb une made fiiead
STAI LS, 6 00 1000 p.m.
COCOA M T SIIV.
SHOOI 1NGGALLERY
A Pi ize for the best shot of
the aftei n< on.
Ladies c\ (1' iitlenv
You are all helping the
w ibs "I War, and we too
have foregone our Large Ba-
zaar in order to be abli I i
I Hive more time and energy to
the works of mercy, necessi-
tated by this world's detjky;
we therefore appeal to you
all to help us with goodwill
Iin our Works i PEACE.
Oil.
11 A. HIGGS.
Auto Tires and Tubes Repaired jtqR SALE
All Work Guaranteed
30 WEST BAY STREET.
Look!
: .'
''*itb;^^ i'*-- 1
Foreigner: 1 haven't tasted
a well cooked meal since
I'vi I 1 en m Nassau.
Nas saurian: -Have you ever
ed Isaac Roberts on
I.a ii Bay St. .-
for igner: No.
Jfassatnr/an: -Try him once
and you will try him
always.
All ire welcome: -Come now
cooking ofth^besVcook N0RWICH VKOM FIRE INSURANCE SOCIETY, Norwich
lassau ever produced.
JOHN BUTLER
Office: 367 Hay St., East 'Phone 245
Commission Merchant, Auctioneer and
Real Estate Agent
------------------------EXPORTER------------------------
Sisal, Sponges, Bark, Cotton and Woods
-----------------------------AGENT-----------------------------
TENDERS will be recei-
ved bj Mr. Timothy A.
Smith, up to the ; ist of Dec-
ember for a dwelling house
and lot on Shirley Street,
bounded on the north by Shir
ley Street, 1 m the East by pro
perty of Timothy A. Smith,
in the South by propei ty ol
the late .lames, A. Godfrey,
wesl by Canaan Lane. Sold
free of all encumberance, the
right is reserved of rejecting
any or all of the t( uders.
TIMOI IIV A. SMITH.
\>, . , > Shii ley Str et.
Advertise in
i The Tribune.
\
Wear Armbrister's Shoes


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