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L OILBKKT DUPUCH, Editor and Proprietor. OKFICIO: Corner Shirley & Charlotte St NOMM, .V. P., Bahamas 'PI ION K 2(H). P. O. BOX 163. fc |e Men of-Wafii PUBLISHED DAILV RATES Monday, We.tnesaay and Friday— s;rljj!e coj.y Tuesday, and Thursday—tingle copy Slturciay—single copy W*Uy afoi.thly ... ... ... ... is. waftefly ... ..... ff I-'Yearly £ Iily 1 8s. J'l id i]d 5<> 6d 6d PAYABLE IN ADVANCK Advertising Halts:— Six |>eiice per line for first imartion: three pence per line fpr secum] niseitioii ; aini ouepeiiii) pen line foi subsquent inaattiont. rVdvattUamaott under eitflit lines 4s. ttbc tribune Tuesday. December 21. 1915 ARRIVAL OF THE 2ND BAHAMAS CONTINGENT AT JAMAICA RECEIVES A HEARTY WELCOME Due to the generosity of the Enthusiastic Prince of Good fellows HORACE V MYERS of the Firm of Fred L. Myers and Son of Kingston. As is well known to our readers the 2nd Contingent left Nassau on the 25th November (Flag Day) per the Bahamas Hired Transports "Lady Shea" and "E. M.Zelhus"; also that they railed at Ragged Island, which place they left on the 2nd inst. After four days, save one, of fine weather they reached Port Royal, the "Zellars" at! 10 a.m. and the "LadyShae" at Noon; it was BOOH known at Kingston that the Bahamians had arrived and preparations were begun for their reception; but unfortunately rain fell anj dispersed the waiting crowd which included a band. The Transports were berthed at Myer's wharf at 3 p.m. where Military Officers, Officials, men of the Jamaica Contingent, Girl Guides, Roy Scouts, a Naval band from there ni; iHi' Men otWar"ifr~*jie rt, and a Juvenile band from Alpha Cottage a Roman Catholic institution, Citizens, and last but not least, the office staff of Fred L. Myers and Son and that Prince of Good Fellows, HORACE V.| MYERS, who was hither and thither perfecting arrangements. As soon as possible the men (and their baggage) were landed and fell in on the wharf, the Military Adjutant for the Contingent taking charge. Conspicuously displayed was a Red banner with gilt letters "Welcome Bahamas" surmounted at each end by an English Red Ensign, under this the 2nd Contingent marched, headed by the two bands, Girl Guides,and Boy Scouts, and halted near Mv < '• office where a large number of persons were assembled, and where they were served by the Guides and Scouts with a "Cool drink" (Myer's expression) of iced aerated waters, and with cigars and matches. Mr. Myers then in felicitous terms addressed the men bid ding them welcome to Jamai ca and the sugar wharf, be was followed by the Hon. Chairman of the Jamaica Contingent Committee His Worship the Mayor of King ston, and the Acting Custos of Kingston. Captain Cole replied on behalf of t h e Contingent thanking Mr. Myers and the other gentlemen for their cor dial welcome, then led the men in three cheers for Jamai ca, the Chairman of theCen tral Recruiting Committee returned the compliment by calling for three cheers for the Bahama*. The men were then moved to another position where they were photoed. After this the contingent led by the two bands, Boy Scouts, and Girl Guides and followed by some of t he men of the Jamaica Contingent started on the march through the city to Up Park Camp, four miles away, on arrival they were taken to Swallow Field Camp where they were put under canvas (Tents) and after putting in their baggage which had been brought up by a party from tin Jamaica Contingent, they sat down to Ten. As the men man lied along expressions of approbation could be beard from the crowds that lined the route of march, and it was very gratifying to hear the mili tary men express their ad miration of the men's appear a nee. W learn that Private A us tin Roberta did not proceed to England with the 1st Con t indent, on account of avoid able disease, and was still in hi ispital on the arrival of the 2nd Contingent in Jamaica. We aie very pleased to learn that the Port an 11101 i ties of Kingston have been very courteous to the Bahamas, according to the Bahamian Transport "Lady Shea," the privileges of an Admiralty Transport also that all other officials whom it has been necessary to meet have been equally so. The Ward Line S. ?. Etper ansa, arrived here yesterday morning, having been delayed for several hours by heavy uca ther. Sffe brought the following passengers [01 Nass iu:— %  Mesclanies: — Therisa M. Bray, Fanny Thorp, Johanna I>. Hail man, Margaret R. Wood well, (Catherine H. Buckanan, Harriet F. Buchterkirch, Anna B. Hub bell. Anna I) Wolff, Eva ... Goddard, Jacqueline Harris. [Catherine J, Lynch, Catherine Reagan Maise Whipple, Mary A Herring, Misses: Mildred Marks, Mary Lynch, Amelia I). Define, Bridget Sullivan, Mary Smith, M.ny Shannon, Therisa Ci.Harrington, Jennie F. Ed wine, Elisabeth Close, Mar ion McLaughlin, Agnes Morri m, Messrs:—Charles E. Brav, Alfred H. Thorp, Arinin Buch terkirch, LeRoy R. Stnddard, Charles !•'. Forsyth, Julian H! Han is, James Tiernev, Thomaj K McManus, Patrick E. Lnftus, John J Lynch, John L. Sullivan, Jerome Whippie, James McCool Joseph Duncan. Mesdames Augusta Brown, Alice Haskins, Frances Bayne Mr. Peter Watus. Mesdames A i 1 e e n|AV e i r, Margaret Lowe, Sarah Wil Hams. The Schr. "Sarah E. Douglas" arrived from Miami yesterday morning, with a cargo of tomato crates, lumber, and Ice, and the following passengers. Mesdames Ida Roberts, Alberta Sweeting, Belle Ingraliam, Clementa Sands, Elizabeth Clarke, Myrtle Russell, Amelia Russell, Charlotte Roberts, Lelia Pinder, Misses .'Hanna Roberts, Fannie Anderson, Violet Chipchase, Mamie Johnson, Florida McGregor, Franclla McGregor, Lurline Sands, Rosa Sands, Ellen Wilson, May Russell, Messrs: —Cleavent Nealey, Leroy Roberts, Maxwell Fountain,; Melvin Blatch, Joseph Sands, Geo. Keir, Cornelius Gibson, Abraham Clark, E. B. C. Russell, William Corder, John Alburv, Raymond Alburv. Radiograms 21st December, 1915. London aoth. Governor, Bahamas Official News: The war office announces that all troops at Suvl.i and Anzac with guns and stores have been transferred elsewhere, losses insignificant. General French in a farewell letter expresses heartfelt sorrow over his parting with the British army in France before the victorious conclusion of the campaign. He expressed the firmest conviction that a glorious ending to splendid and heroic efforts is not far distant. Fr> iu h headquarters report oiis attacks and heavy bombardment Northeast of Ypres. Except a few places where they were repulsed before reach ing our line the enemy were prevented from leaving trenches Elsewhere in France artillery duels are reported. The station at Mats was bombarded by aeroplanes Italy reports 115 prisoners 1 aptured in attack on enemy trenches on Monte San Michiele.



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Berlin official telegram announces small Qtrman cruiser Bremen and accompanying torpedo b<>jA were sunk by a submarine in the Baltic. (Signed) BONAR LAW. London:—It is officially announced that all troops at Suvla and Anzau Cove.Callipoli, with Kuns and stores have successsfully been transferred with insignificant casualties to another sphere of operations. It is unofficially estimated that roo.ooo men were involved and that Saloniki may be their destination. It is officially intimated that Gallipoli operations will con tinue. Saloniki:— High Greek mili tary authorities declare that an attack on Saloniki by Austro Germans is inevitable. The Greek general staff will quit the city today. Brindisi: --Reports reach here of fightiag between small de tachments of Greek and Bulga rian troops in the Province of EpirilS on tlie Greek border. Greek reinforcements are proceeding to the scene. London:—The Total British casualties to the Saloniki expe ditionSnto Serbia were only 1378, it is officially announced. It is officially announced that the submarine which sunk the Lusitania was not destroyed as has been repotted. Lloyd George announces that the successes of the Germans are due to mechanical preponder nnces at the beginning of the war. The Entente Allies are now getting sufficient muni tions. British command of the sea is not due to the excellence <>f sailors, but to overwhelming superiority of machinery. Berlin:—Entente monitors yesterday shelled German positions at Westende but were driven away by land batteries. Athens: -In the parlianim tary elections yesterday the party of M Gounaris, Minister Inferior, was given a great majority and the government a great victory. Venezelos. adherents did not vote. Premier Skouloudis was not a candidate. New York: -The captain of the American steamer' Borinquen arrived today and reports that the cruiser Descartes removed Wm. Garbem purser, off San Juan on 15th December. Toronto:—It is reported that the British steamer Cambris was sunk in the British Channel. All were saved. Washington.—The second Ancona note will reach' Vienna tomorrow and will be published in United States on Wednesday. THE BLUFF EI.EUTHERA List of contributors to the Red Cross Fund: James A. Lowe £0 12 o, Eliza beth Parker 1 o, Margaret Marshal 1 o, Margaret V. Dorset 1 0 Peter McKenzie 1 o, Julia McKenzie 1 3, Cornelius Saunden 6d, Frances Kelly 8 J, Patience Storr 1 }. Tobias Dorset 2 o, George F. Nielly 4 o, Violet Smith 6d, Thomas B. Anderson 3 o, Birdie Anderson 1 o, Cupid Nielly 6 o, Alecia Nielly r 6, Florida Dorset 1 o, Ellen Colebrooks 1 o, Lewis Johnson (>d, Olivia Nielly 3d, Rubert Saunders 6d, Octavius Nielly id, Samuel Pedican 1 o, James T. Dorset 3 o, John C. Nielly oj, Dorothea Dorset qd, Olivia Dorset 1 0, Eunice Dorset 1 o, Millie Dorset 1 o, Florence Nielly 2 6, Mary J. Neilly 1 6, William T. Smith 1 o, Grace Nielly id. Athaliah Nielly •> o Lavina Nielly id, Elvira Lowe 3d, Nina Niellv 1 o, Albertha Nielly 1 o, Euna Smith id, Mary Hall 1 o, Clementina Lowe 6d, James Wright 6d, Charles E. Nielly 1 o, Samuel Hudson 1 o, Eulie Niellv 3d, Blosset Dorset 3d, Florida Pedican 3d, Bernette Butler* z\, Emily Neilly 3d, Evelyn Young 3d, Mary Wright 6d, George Johnson 1 o, James Wood 1 o. Major Saunders f 0, Thomas A. Anderson jd, Saleme Niellv 1 o. William Niellv 3d, William R. Smith .id, Mary L. Kelly 6d, Percy Saunders td.Venora John son 6d, Gertrude Smith id, NemiahKelly 3d, Wilfred Saunders fid, Frances Colebrooks 1 o, Obadiali Johnson 1 n, Ellen E. Smith 1 o, Mc'lenic Hall 1 o Viola Kelly 5d, Henry Neillv 1 o, Oscar Smith i.L Peter G. Neilly 6d. joshufl Blatch |r. M, Elijah Smith Sr. 6d. Hflzial Bethel 2 0, William Eldcn 1 0 Elijah Smith Sr. 6d, Ueorge Hauton 3d, Catherine Nielly 6d, Archer Dorset 6d, Peter A. Donathan 2 o, Timothy Dorset 6d, Laury Nielly ijd, Samuel Hudson Jr. 1 o, Timothy Hudson 1 o, Henry Dorset 1 1, William B. Nielly 4 oj, Siward Johnson 3d, John B. Nielly 4 o, Siward Saunders 1 o, Willard Johnson 3d, EllisNieHy 3d, Franklin Saunders 1 o, Blooming Nielly 6d, Enoch Johnson 1 9A Venoro Nielly 1 o, Carmichael Stuart 2 9, Roland Smith 1 o, Rendolph Kelly lid, James D. Smith 1 il, Florenzo Smith 1 o, Hattie Smith 1 o, William Davis id, Edwin Nielly 3-Jd, John C. Nielly oid, John Barry 1 o, Ellen Barrey 6d, Roderic Barry 3d, John Barry Jr. 3d, Samuel B. Nielly 4 6, John A. Nielly 4 6, Charles G. Niellv 4 o, John Hilton 4 6, Fredric Colobrooks 4 G, William Johnson id, Alice Blatch 3d, Catherine Blatch 3d, George B. Nielly 5 o, Millie C. Saunders 6d, Cupid Saunders 6 o, James Butler 1 o, Carmichael Nielly 5 0Lucretia Barry gd, Ezekiel Saunders 6 3, Ornald Young 4 o, Samuel C. Nielly 3 6, Albert V. Nielly 1 6, Roland B. Hall 7 o Theodocia Nielly 1 0 George H. Smith 6 3, Harold Smith 4 0 Urban Niellv 1 6, Joseph Barry 7 o, Edward An derson 5 o, William Bain 1 o, Thurston Stuart 1 0, Irene Pedican 1 0, Charles Marshall [r. 6d, Ida Johnson 3d, Wilhelmine Johnson 3d, Alfred Niellv 3 <>, Alexander Brown 2 o, Alfred Marshal 1 o, Eli za Davis 1 3, Melvin Nielly 2 o, Charles Marshal Sr. 6 o £10 ") 0 A Well Wisher I 0 For Rent A SIX room cottage with bath attached, near Prison and Fort Fincastle. Apply JOS. LAING, Blue Hill St. Total 11 00 NOTICE. T HIS i>. to inform my Patrons and t!it Public in GSDCMl thai I hiiVf opened my Public Mack Smith Sbnp; and am now iMily to do anything in I %  line ol GeiutraJ repair 01 new >v l< Bow ^toeing Specially. All wiuh dom Meelianiraltts P. A IIIYLOR Rope Rope Rope Manilla Rope Hemp Rope Sisal Rope Baling Rope Jute Rope. A FULL line of over 300 Coils kept in stock and delivered from our Warehouse in Nassriu at New York prices plus Freight and Duty. Buy here and save New York Commission, Interest and the trouble of ordering. CHAS. E. ALBUKT, AfMt Look! Foreigner: l haven't tasted a well cooked meal since I've been in Nassau. Nassauvian: — Have you ever tried Isaac Roberts on East Bay St. ? Foreigner: —No. Nassauvian:— Try him mice and you will try him always. AH are welcome: —Come now if you want to taste the cooking of the best cook Nassau ever produced. JAS. A. EVANS ISDI.RIAKIR 527 /-:


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line Imperial j Orchestra htVt I Id 1 : It'll, • • / Dm an I / .in %  DECiS to inform iheii friends u and the general public that the) nre equipped with •''I! lalest music for modern rd in parties, and rtainrnents, and is also id to accept i i al short notici. 1 1 rms "• Forfurther parti • Messrs. Thos. VV. %  ro6gh Si ,Saml. j M Pherson, or Waltei IS W ir, Baillou Hill Rgad. GASOLINE s Date, Price in Drums, One shilling i %  Gal on, 'I lautity, Our Shi] md three pcmr p. C', 1 .' %  • IMI Gallons us i C a C. C. SAUNDERS East Bay Street P. turd; v. 1 : %  lh 1915. NOTICE ~'" lock in trade 1 "I Hielat. i;. E.Willi; n : di po i :,.;, t [y reduced pi it has rl\ pan a itime the under• .1 lo re F the : -• part then F %  in Chri 1 n HEAP. 1 %  I i PHIUPA. IRECO '"' N the Cn diti athing* Beaeh FOR SALE A FRUIT I.()l situate in .~* N S^rei right to : >! F "Relaymus" '' pph to I lvlIW XI OFFICI: T HE Colon i ; Bathing Beach (Sai itoga) opened for the Season on Dec. ijih General admission to grounds including fruit, lunch and bathing, one shilling or twenty five 1 ents. Tickets will be sold at the Park including the above admission an.I fern both ways foi two shillings 01 fifty rents. B a s will leave at intervals commencing at 10 a.m. during the bathing hours. A definite sclu dule will be annouti %  •' ed later. K-siaBfcra We Want To Help The Washerwoman At The New York House and Isaiah Sweeting up Last '1 1 5oap Lightning Soap Si iap Towe; Snap Br,own Soap 6 cts per bar .... .. 5 cts " ."l cts •• %  • 'Ms %  • Big Reduction In Prices Of Fresh Meat pi IE undi rsigned wWl sell at Block No. in the City M< at Market from the 14th inst. fresh meat at the Following prio s \ 1/: Heel' St( ak at lofl. |. rve my customers, and all otl • : who may favour me with their patronage and from and aflei the middle of I >ec embei of this j e ir I u ill have quite a variety of American Fi ;> 11 meat and poultry Remember my pi ii < %  -. 1 intend to hold to as time vill prove. T.A. ROKEttS •azrri.'^riii:-'; s. l ftaMa.arj-':a;.3 i i3!ing, %  •%  iaTT r H. T. BRICE Commission Merchant OFFICE: MTMI sid Big sponge KxchRn Be Nassau, A', p., Bahamas. AGENT FOR SALE T ENDERS will be reo ivi d IA MI. Timothy A. Smith, up to tintisf of Deceml ei for a dw< (ling house and lol on Shirley Stn t, boundi d on tin noi t hby Shir Stn t, on the East by pro perty of Timothy A. Smith, "ii the South by pi ipei ty oi the late James, A. < iodfrey, by Canaan Lane. Sold free ol all eni umberance, the right i-reserved of reje ting any 01 all of the lenders. TIMOTHY A. SMI I'll. .v 250 .'MIII ley Street. HORSES CATTLE SHEEP POULTRY SPONGE, SISAL and other ISLAM) Products IMPORTANT p ( )R t h e best American • eggs (as. 6d. per doz.) and apples. Call at I". TOOTE East Bay St. Williams Shoes Are Better X



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%  > Nullius Bxiditttia |utre in voiba II.I-I'. % %  %  Beinu bound lojufivr to thr Dnamitq of no Master. -Ml VOL. XIII. Na-.snu. N. P.. H&hnmab. TUESDAY December. 21. I 15, NO. 2> The New Situation in the Balkans. • %  W ITH tin almost complete subjugal ion of Sen ia, al tet a campaign of fifty two daj s the center if interest in the great Balkan wai sliifl regards impui tance to that i ner of Russia adjoining Kumama on Russia's south and But first .1-i Sei v\', tha Sei \ ian armj. which lias been pressi Ibai k, fighting desperately, by tli < iei mans, \usti ; i and Bulgai ians from 11if* north and east, has been forced into Mb i>11.1 an 1 \l mtenegro ; con tradition reports from the two opposing forces say, on the one hand, that this Sei •• ian arm) i .ill but destroyed ; on** the r, that i 1 isstill I irge, made ii|> of veterans who have had a terrible training, and that it can and will in time n ich its allies in the south. Montenegro will aid the Servian fort as in everyway; what position Al bania will assume is unceilain, hut apparently it has taken no steps t<> intern the Sei vians an I tins il w 'M1 1 fin 1 % % %  diffii ull %  nplisli 'I i i eturn to the c irner of Russia of which w e have spok ms to be mi doubl that Russia has gathi red here, ia I be vicinity if the towns ol f inlat/ an I Ren ible f iree, consisting <>f parhapsfotn ai m\ corps. Russia can ba immense aid t i her allies in tha B ilkans ; she has two lines of attack : one ag linsl the Balk in ports on the Black Se i, and one hy the Danube and through Rumania. One mouth and on • lower put of the Danube, it must be ii 'ted, are adjacent lo Russian territory, so ihit t,|, P has excellent facilities for arcuimilati.i'' her foi To meet this threatening and sen ous Russian adi n e Dulgai ia, < i'u man). and Austi ia are, trai ; ferring I irge forces to tha Ru inanian holder in this \ icinity. What will Rum inia do ? ma). while sun [ imaiuiug nau tral. grant Russia pern ion to I' s. II\ II her tei ritory ; si e m ly refuse this permissiim she ma\ P issibl) declare I ersell in favor of tha Allies and the fact that she is a next door neighbour to Russia pud has interests in com mon with Russia is an argu ment for the last. But as wc wi lie Rumania persists in her neutrality, and, according to r< ports said to come from Ru lia's capital, Ruchan st, de es thai she will not permit Russian ships to pass up her part of the I lanube. There has been little of note in an) of Ihe other war frdhts, although it grows more and more probable that iorizia, al read) nearl) h ittered to pii bv Italian guns, is on the point if surrender. In Russi i the co ning <>f winter undoubtedly gives the Russian forces an ad vantage. For many weeks now Russians have attack* d ra tin r than retreated, and the pi spects on that line for the Allies seem to he grow ing I i ighter every den As to the gefii i il probahili j ties of the outcome of the war, it may be w i th while at 1to quote a sealnee from G< n< i 11 Gallieni, the French Minis ter of War, in which he do dares his unshakable confidence in \ ictoi j and says: "The sirs tegic situation . has been unalterable for many months . The French, British, and Italian armies are intact ; thev fro \ ing str< nger each la y and betti i armed to vanquish.' BAGDAD AND TEHERAN The far away wars whii h are going on in the Tigris Valley, near the fabled site of the Gar den of Kden,and in Persia, have Kiinc to the front in the news. In the hist the British army, which has been slowly advanc ing tow • %  gdad un lei I command of General Towns head, has been ill battle W ith the Turks, and apparentl) Ii is. at least temporarily, been dri\ en hack from that objective af ter a battle fought eighteen miles southeast of Bagdad, at the ancient rums and villago of ( siphon. Another attack on Bagdad is probable. Experts say that the loss of Bagdad would have an elfe< I "ii the Turkish Empire second onl) to tha h iss of Constantinople, would put a barrier to an) Turkish or (ierman advance to waids India, and ( ui the Bagdad Railwj i three nun ': from th Persian Gulf. From l'eisia i' has be< I ported that Russian troops an march ing on I %  -! leran, the ca| ii lal "f Persia, and that this city must soon fall into K'u hands Kioting anl violence are i %  •! >i led aga %  i 51 Ihe British colony in Ihe city ol in southv esl rn Persia The Outl St. Matthew's Paisrh Church Schoolroom. %  BJPJBJBJ : \5ammaam LOOK OUT ON THURSDAY fort lie "Laugh and Grow Fat" Magazine JDu Suoterra PRICE GD rranean J3 Wednesday, December 22nd. 3 p.m. 10 p.m. Sale of—Aprons, t loth ing, Fancy Goods, Pii tun i j s, Booklets. A cliai ming Afternoon I e i will be provided 4.00 I p.m. Ice Cn am will be served at anv lime. A SPECIAL STALL WAR LITERATURE for distribution to Atnei i an Citizi I C< ifiee, Cocoa, Cake, Candy I lome made B ST \l LS, I oo-io on p.m. 1 ( u oA NUT SHY. SHOOTING GALLERYA Prize for the best ih the afti rm ion. Ladi (v (e ntlemen, You aic all helping the works "I War, and we me cnii Larg< Ba/ 11 in rder to be al moi e i line and em 1 to ks ol mercy, n< 1 liis ADI Id's d< we I ppeal to all to In !p iis. with gO0< \ ill in oui Works of PEACH. CM \s. C UQHTBOLRN ARMSTRONG ST. H&wkln'a Hill. |;X II. R [ENCED Paper 1 - Hanger. Ceiling Work, a S[)i 1 id! y, Al! work can ful \i listically perfoi \l Si itisf action gun an 1 1 • %  best refei Wear Armbrister's \


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Nullius Bxiditttia |utre in voiba ii.i-i'.''
Beinu bound lojufivr to thr Dnamitq of no Master.
-Ml
VOL. XIII.
Na-.snu. N. P.. H&hnmab. TUESDAY December. 21. I 15,
NO. 2>
The New Situation in the
Balkans.


WITH tin almost complete
subjugal ion of Sen ia, al
tet a campaign of fifty two
dajs, the center if interest in
the great Balkan wai sliifl
regards impui tance to that i
ner of Russia adjoining Kuma-
ma on Russia's south and
But first .1-- i Sei v\', tha Sei
\ ian armj. which lias been
pressi Ibai k, fighting desperate-
ly, by tli < iei mans, \usti; i
and Bulgai ians from 11if* north
and east, has been forced into
Mb i>11.1 an 1 \l mtenegro ; con
tradition reports from the two
opposing forces say, on the one
hand, that this Sei ian arm)
i .ill but destroyed ; on** the
r, that i1 isstill I irge, made
ii|> of veterans who have had a
terrible training, and that it
can and will in time n ich its
allies in the south. Montenegro
will aid the Servian fort as in
everyway; what position Al
bania will assume is unceilain,
hut apparently it has taken no
steps t<> intern the Sei vians
an I tins il w 'm1 1 fin 1 diffii ull
nplisli '
'I i i eturn to the c irner of
Russia of which w e have spok
ms to be mi doubl
that Russia has gathi red here,
ia I be vicinity if the towns ol
f inlat/ an I Ren ible
f iree, consisting <>f parhapsfotn
ai m\ corps. Russia can ba
immense aid t i her allies in tha
B ilkans ; she has two lines of
attack : one ag linsl the Balk in
ports on the Black Se i, and one
hy the Danube and through
Rumania. One mouth and on
lower put of the Danube, it
must be ii 'ted, are adjacent lo
Russian territory, so ihit t,|,P
has excellent facilities for ar-
cuimilati.i'' her foi To
meet this threatening and sen
ous Russian adi n e Dulgai ia,
< i'u man). and Austi ia are, trai
; ferring I irge forces to tha Ru
inanian holder in this \ icinity.
What will Rum inia do ?
ma). while sun [ imaiuiug nau
tral. grant Russia pern ion to
I' s. ii\ ii her tei ritory ; si e m ly
refuse this permissiim she ma\
P issibl) declare I ersell in favor
of tha Allies and the fact that
she is a next door neighbour to
Russia pud has interests in com
mon with Russia is an argu
ment for the last. But as wc
wi lie Rumania persists in her
neutrality, and, according to
r< ports said to come from Ru
lia's capital, Ruchan st, de
es thai she will not permit
Russian ships to pass up her
part of the I lanube.
There has been little of note
in an) of Ihe other war frdhts,
although it grows more and
more probable that iorizia, al
read) nearl) h ittered to pii
bv Italian guns, is on the point
if surrender. In Russi i the
co ning <>f winter undoubtedly
gives the Russian forces an ad
vantage. For many weeks now
Russians have attack* d ra
tin r than retreated, and the
pi spects on that line for the
Allies seem to he grow ing
I i ighter every den
As to the gefii i il probahili j
ties of the outcome of the war,
it may be w i th while at 1-
to quote a seal- nee from G< n<
i.11 Gallieni, the French Minis
ter of War, in which he do
dares his unshakable confidence
in \ ictoi j and says: "The sirs
tegic situation has been
unalterable for many months
. . The French, British, and
Italian armies are intact ; thev
fro \ ing str< nger each la y
and betti i armed to vanquish.'
BAGDAD AND TEHERAN
The far away wars whii h are
going on in the Tigris Valley,
near the fabled site of the Gar
den of Kden,and in Persia, have
Kiinc to the front in the news.
In the hist the British army,
which has been slowly advanc
ing tow gdad un lei I
command of General Towns
head, has been ill battle W ith
the Turks, and apparentl) Ii is.
at least temporarily, been dri\
en hack from that objective af
ter a battle fought eighteen
miles southeast of Bagdad, at
the ancient rums and villago of
( siphon. Another attack on
Bagdad is probable. Experts
say that the loss of Bagdad
would have an elfe< I "ii the
Turkish Empire second onl) to
tha h iss of Constantinople,
would put a barrier to an)
Turkish or (ierman advance to
waids India, and ( ui the Bag-
dad Railwj i three nun
': from th Persian
Gulf.
From l'eisia i' has be< I
ported that Russian troops an
march ing on I -! leran, the ca| ii
lal "f Persia, and that this city
must soon fall into K'u
hands Kioting anl violence
are i!>i led aga i 51 Ihe British
colony in Ihe city ol in
southv esl rn Persia
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Paisrh Church
Schoolroom.
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i j s,
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Ice Cn am will be served
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ttbc tribune
Tuesday. December 21. 1915
ARRIVAL OF THE
2ND BAHAMAS CONTINGENT
AT JAMAICA
RECEIVES A HEARTY WELCOME
Due to the generosity of
the Enthusiastic
Prince of Good fellows
HORACE V MYERS
of the Firm of Fred L. Myers
and Son of Kingston.
As is well known to our
readers the 2nd Contingent
left Nassau on the 25th No-
vember (Flag Day) per the
Bahamas Hired Transports
"Lady Shea" and "E. M.Zel-
hus"; also that they railed at
Ragged Island, which place
they left on the 2nd inst.
After four days, save one,
of fine weather they reached
Port Royal, the "Zellars" at!
10 a.m. and the "LadyShae"
at Noon; it was BOOH known
at Kingston that the Baha-
mians had arrived and pre-
parations were begun for their
reception; but unfortunately
rain fell anj dispersed the
waiting crowd which includ-
ed a band.
The Transports were berth-
ed at Myer's wharf at 3 p.m.
where Military Officers, Offi-
cials, men of the Jamaica
Contingent, Girl Guides, Roy
Scouts, a Naval band from there
ni; iHi' Men ot- War"ifr~*jie
rt, and a Juvenile band
from Alpha Cottage a Roman
Catholic institution, Citizens,
and last but not least, the
office staff of Fred L. Myers
and Son and that Prince of
Good Fellows, HORACE V.|
MYERS, who was hither and
thither perfecting arrange-
ments.
As soon as possible the men
(and their baggage) were
landed and fell in on the
wharf, the Military Adjutant
for the Contingent taking
charge.
Conspicuously displayed
was a Red banner with gilt
letters "Welcome Bahamas"
surmounted at each end by
an English Red Ensign, un-
der this the 2nd Contingent
marched, headed by the two
bands, Girl Guides,and Boy
Scouts, and halted near Mv < '
office where a large number of
persons were assembled, and
where they were served by the
Guides and Scouts with a
"Cool drink" (Myer's expres-
sion) of iced aerated waters,
and with cigars and matches.
Mr. Myers then in felicitous
terms addressed the men bid
ding them welcome to Jamai
ca and the sugar wharf, be
was followed by the Hon.
Chairman of the Jamaica
Contingent Committee His
Worship the Mayor of King
ston, and the Acting Custos
of Kingston.
Captain Cole replied on
behalf of t h e Contingent
thanking Mr. Myers and the
other gentlemen for their cor
dial welcome, then led the
men in three cheers for Jamai
ca, the Chairman of theCen
tral Recruiting Committee
returned the compliment by
calling for three cheers for
the Bahama*.
The men were then moved
to another position where
they were photoed.
After this the contingent
led by the two bands, Boy
Scouts, and Girl Guides and
followed by some of t he men
of the Jamaica Contingent
started on the march through
the city to Up Park Camp,
four miles away, on arrival
they were taken to
Swallow Field Camp where
they were put under canvas
(Tents) and after putting in
their baggage which had
been brought up by a party
from tin Jamaica Contingent,
they sat down to Ten.
As the men man lied along
expressions of approbation
could be beard from the
crowds that lined the route
of march, and it was very
gratifying to hear the mili
tary men express their ad
miration of the men's appear
a nee.
W learn that Private A us
tin Roberta did not proceed
to England with the 1st Con
tindent, on account of avoid
able disease, and was still in
hi ispital on the arrival of the
2nd Contingent in Jamaica.
We aie very pleased to
learn that the Port an 11101 i ties
of Kingston have been very
courteous to the Bahamas,
according to the Bahamian
Transport "Lady Shea," the
privileges of an Admiralty
Transport also that all other
officials whom it has been
necessary to meet have been
equally so.
The Ward Line S. ?. Etper
ansa, arrived here yesterday
morning, having been delayed
for several hours by heavy uca
ther. Sffe brought the following
passengers [01 Nass iu:
Mesclanies: Therisa M. Bray,
Fanny Thorp, Johanna I>. Hail
man, Margaret R. Wood well,
(Catherine H. Buckanan, Harriet
F. Buchterkirch, Anna B. Hub
bell. Anna I) Wolff, Eva ...
Goddard, Jacqueline Harris.
[Catherine J, Lynch, Catherine
Reagan Maise Whipple, Mary
A Herring, Misses: Mildred
Marks, Mary Lynch, Amelia
I). Define, Bridget Sullivan,
Mary Smith, M.ny Shannon,
Therisa Ci.Harrington,Jennie F.
Ed wine, Elisabeth Close, Mar
ion McLaughlin, Agnes Morri
m, Messrs:Charles E. Brav,
Alfred H. Thorp, Arinin Buch
terkirch, LeRoy R. Stnddard,
Charles !'. Forsyth, Julian h!
Han is, James Tiernev, Thomaj
K McManus, Patrick E. Lnftus,
John J Lynch, John L. Sullivan,
Jerome Whippie, James McCool
Joseph Duncan.
Mesdames Augusta Brown,
Alice Haskins, Frances Bayne
Mr. Peter Watus.
Mesdames A i 1 e e n|AV e i r,
Margaret Lowe, Sarah Wil
Hams.
The Schr. "Sarah E. Dou-
glas" arrived from Miami yes-
terday morning, with a cargo
of tomato crates, lumber, and
Ice, and the following pas-
sengers.
Mesdames Ida Roberts,
Alberta Sweeting, Belle In-
graliam, Clementa Sands,
Elizabeth Clarke, Myrtle Rus-
sell, Amelia Russell, Char-
lotte Roberts, Lelia Pinder,
Misses .'- Hanna Roberts,
Fannie Anderson, Violet
Chipchase, Mamie Johnson,
Florida McGregor, Franclla
McGregor, Lurline Sands,
Rosa Sands, Ellen Wilson,
May Russell, Messrs: Clea-
vent Nealey, Leroy Roberts,
Maxwell Fountain,; Melvin
Blatch, Joseph Sands, Geo.
Keir, Cornelius Gibson, Ab-
raham Clark, E. B. C. Russell,
William Corder, John Al-
burv, Raymond Alburv.
Radiograms
21st December, 1915.
London aoth.
Governor,
Bahamas
Official News: The war
office announces that all troops
at Suvl.i and Anzac with guns
and stores have been transferred
elsewhere, losses insignificant.
General French in a farewell
letter expresses heartfelt sorrow
over his parting with the British
army in France before the vic-
torious conclusion of the cam-
paign. He expressed the firm-
est conviction that a glorious
ending to splendid and heroic
efforts is not far distant.
Fr> iu h headquarters report
oiis attacks and heavy bombard-
ment Northeast of Ypres.
Except a few places where
they were repulsed before reach
ing our line the enemy were
prevented from leaving trenches
Elsewhere in France artillery
duels are reported. The station
at Mats was bombarded by
aeroplanes
Italy reports 115 prisoners
1 aptured in attack on enemy
trenches on Monte San Michi-
ele.


Berlin official telegram an-
nounces small Qtrman cruiser
Bremen and accompanying tor-
pedo b<>jA were sunk by a sub-
marine in the Baltic.
(Signed)
BONAR LAW.
London:It is officially an-
nounced that all troops at Suvla
and Anzau Cove.Callipoli, with
Kuns and stores have successs-
fully been transferred with in-
significant casualties to another
sphere of operations. It is un-
officially estimated that roo.ooo
men were involved and that Sa-
loniki may be their destination.
It is officially intimated that
Gallipoli operations will con
tinue.
Saloniki: High Greek mili
tary authorities declare that an
attack on Saloniki by Austro
Germans is inevitable. The
Greek general staff will quit the
city today.
Brindisi: --Reports reach here
of fightiag between small de
tachments of Greek and Bulga
rian troops in the Province of
EpirilS on tlie Greek border.
Greek reinforcements are pro-
ceeding to the scene.
London:The Total British
casualties to the Saloniki expe
ditionSnto Serbia were only
1378, it is officially announced.
It is officially announced that
the submarine which sunk the
Lusitania was not destroyed as
has been repotted.
Lloyd George announces that
the successes of the Germans are
due to mechanical preponder
nnces at the beginning of the
war. The Entente Allies are
now getting sufficient muni
tions. British command of the
sea is not due to the excellence
<>f sailors, but to overwhelming
superiority of machinery.
Berlin:Entente monitors
yesterday shelled German
positions at Westende but
were driven away by land
batteries.
Athens: -In the parlianim
tary elections yesterday the
party of M Gounaris, Minist-
er Inferior, was given a great
majority and the government
a great victory. Venezelos.
adherents did not vote. Pre-
mier Skouloudis was not a
candidate.
New York: -The captain
of the American steamer'
Borinquen arrived today and
reports that the cruiser Des-
cartes removed Wm. Garbem
purser, off San Juan on 15th
December.
Toronto:It is reported
that the British steamer Cam-
bris was sunk in the British
Channel. All were saved.
Washington.The second
Ancona note will reach'
Vienna tomorrow and will be
published in United States
on Wednesday.
THE BLUFF EI.EUTHERA
List of contributors to the
Red Cross Fund:
James A. Lowe 0 12 o, Eliza
beth Parker 1 o, Margaret Mar-
shal 1 o, Margaret V. Dorset 1 0
Peter McKenzie 1 o, Julia Mc-
Kenzie 1 3, Cornelius Saunden
6d, Frances Kelly 8 J, Patience
Storr 1 }. Tobias Dorset 2 o,
George F. Nielly 4 o, Violet
Smith 6d, Thomas B. Anderson
3 o, Birdie Anderson 1 o, Cupid
Nielly 6 o, Alecia Nielly r 6,
Florida Dorset 1 o, Ellen Cole-
brooks 1 o, Lewis Johnson (>d,
Olivia Nielly 3d, Rubert Saun-
ders 6d, Octavius Nielly id,
Samuel Pedican 1 o, James T.
Dorset 3 o, John C. Nielly oj,
Dorothea Dorset qd, Olivia
Dorset 1 0, Eunice Dorset 1 o,
Millie Dorset 1 o, Florence
Nielly 2 6, Mary J. Neilly 1 6,
William T. Smith 1 o, Grace
Nielly id. Athaliah Nielly > o
Lavina Nielly id, Elvira Lowe
3d, Nina Niellv 1 o, Albertha
Nielly 1 o, Euna Smith id,
Mary Hall 1 o, Clementina
Lowe 6d, James Wright 6d,
Charles E. Nielly 1 o, Samuel
Hudson 1 o, Eulie Niellv 3d,
Blosset Dorset 3d, Florida Pedi-
can 3d, Bernette Butler* z\,
Emily Neilly 3d, Evelyn Young
3d, Mary Wright 6d, George
Johnson 1 o, James Wood 1 o.
Major Saunders f 0, Thomas A.
Anderson jd, Saleme Niellv 1 o.
William Niellv 3d, William R.
Smith .id, Mary L. Kelly 6d,
Percy Saunders td.Venora John
son 6d, Gertrude Smith id, Ne-
miahKelly 3d, Wilfred Saunders
fid, Frances Colebrooks 1 o,
Obadiali Johnson 1 n, Ellen E.
Smith 1 o, Mc'lenic Hall 1 o
Viola Kelly 5d, Henry Neillv
1 o, Oscar Smith i.L Peter G.
Neilly 6d. joshufl Blatch |r. M,
Elijah Smith Sr. 6d. Hflzial
Bethel 2 0, William Eldcn 1 0
Elijah Smith Sr. 6d, Ueorge
Hauton 3d, Catherine Nielly 6d,
Archer Dorset 6d, Peter A.
Donathan 2 o, Timothy Dorset
6d, Laury Nielly ijd, Samuel
Hudson Jr. 1 o, Timothy Hudson
1 o, Henry Dorset 1 1, William
B. Nielly 4 oj, Siward Johnson
3d, John B. Nielly 4 o, Siward
Saunders 1 o, Willard John-
son 3d, EllisNieHy 3d, Frank-
lin Saunders 1 o, Blooming
Nielly 6d, Enoch Johnson 1 9A
Venoro Nielly 1 o, Carmi-
chael Stuart 2 9, Roland
Smith 1 o, Rendolph Kelly
lid, James D. Smith 1 il,
Florenzo Smith 1 o, Hattie
Smith 1 o, William Davis id,
Edwin Nielly 3-Jd, John C.
Nielly oid, John Barry 1 o,
Ellen Barrey 6d, Roderic
Barry 3d, John Barry Jr. 3d,
Samuel B. Nielly 4 6, John
A. Nielly 4 6, Charles G.
Niellv 4 o, John Hilton 4 6,
Fredric Colobrooks 4 G, Wil-
liam Johnson id, Alice Blatch
3d, Catherine Blatch 3d,
George B. Nielly 5 o, Millie
C. Saunders 6d, Cupid Saun-
ders 6 o, James Butler 1 o,
Carmichael Nielly 5 0Lucre-
tia Barry gd, Ezekiel Saun-
ders 6 3, Ornald Young 4 o,
Samuel C. Nielly 3 6, Albert
V. Nielly 1 6, Roland B. Hall
7 o Theodocia Nielly 1 0
George H. Smith 6 3, Harold
Smith 4 0 Urban Niellv 1 6,
Joseph Barry 7 o, Edward An
derson 5 o, William Bain 1 o,
Thurston Stuart 1 0, Irene
Pedican 1 0, Charles Marshall
[r. 6d, Ida Johnson 3d, Wil-
helmine Johnson 3d, Alfred
Niellv 3 <>, Alexander Brown
2 o, Alfred Marshal 1 o, Eli
za Davis 1 3, Melvin Nielly
2 o, Charles Marshal Sr. 6 o
10 ") 0
A Well Wisher I 0
For Rent
A SIX room cottage with
bath attached, near Pri-
son and Fort Fincastle.
Apply JOS. LAING,
Blue Hill St.
Total
11 00
Notice.
THIS i>. to inform my Patrons
and t!it Public in GSDCMl
thai I hiiVf opened my Public
Mack Smith Sbnp; and am now '
iMily to do anything in I line ol
GeiutraJ repair 01 new >v l< Bow
^toeing Specially. All wiuh dom
Meelianiraltts
P. A IIIYLOR
Rope
Rope
Rope
Manilla Rope
Hemp Rope
Sisal Rope
Baling Rope
Jute Rope.
A FULL line of over 300
Coils kept in stock and
delivered from our Warehouse
in Nassriu at New York prices
plus Freight and Duty.
Buy here and save New
York Commission, Interest
and the trouble of ordering.
Chas. E. ALBUKT,
AfMt
Look!
Foreigner: l haven't tasted
a well cooked meal since
I've been in Nassau.
Nassauvian: Have you ever
tried Isaac Roberts on
East Bay St. ?
Foreigner: No.
Nassauvian: Try him mice
and you will try him
always.
AH are welcome: Come now
if you want to taste the
cooking of the best cook
Nassau ever produced.
JAS. A. EVANS
ISDI.RIAKIR
527 /-: BEGS to inform hit friends
and the public that he bat
just received this week by the
S. S. horglum a complete of the latest and most up-to
date in coffins comprising cask
etsand white coffins for children
and can he supplied at any size.
Terms reasonable
Satisfaction Giiartnttl
Advertise in
I he Tribune.
1


line
Imperial j
Orchestra
- htVt I Id 1 : It'll,
/ Dm an I / .in
DECiS to inform iheii friends
u and the general public
that the) nre equipped with
''I! lalest music for modern
rd in parties, and
rtainrnents, and is also
id to accept i i
al short notici. 11 rms
" Forfurther par-
ti Messrs. Thos. VV.
' ro6gh Si ,Saml.
j M Pherson, or Waltei IS
W ir, Baillou Hill Rgad.
GASOLINE
s Date, Price in
Drums, One shilling
i Gal on,
'I lautity, Our Shi]
md three pcmr p. C', 1
.' .
Imi Gallons us
i C a
C. C. SAUNDERS
East Bay Street
P.
turd; v.
1 : lh 1915.
NOTICE
~'" lock in trade
1 "I Hielat. i;. E.Willi;
n : di po i :,.;,t.
[y reduced pi it has
'
rl\ pan
a
itime the under
.1 lo re
F the
' : - part then F
-in Chri 1
n HEAP.
1 '" I
i
PHIUPA. IRECO
'"' n the Cn diti
athing* Beaeh
FOR SALE
A FRUIT I.()l situate in
.~*N S^rei right to
: >! F "Relaymus"
'' pph to
I lvlIW XI OFFICI:
THE Coloni ; Bathing Beach (Sai itoga) opened for the
Season on Dec. ijih General admission to grounds in-
cluding fruit, lunch and bathing, one shilling or twenty
five 1 ents. Tickets will be sold at the Park including
the above admission an.I fern both ways foi two shillings 01
fifty rents. B a s will leave at intervals commencing at 10 a.m.
during the bathing hours. A definite sclu dule will be annouti '
ed later.
K-siaBfcra
We Want To Help
The
Washerwoman
At The New York House
and
Isaiah Sweeting
up Last
'- 1 1 5oap
Lightning Soap
Si iap
Towe; Snap
Br,own Soap
6 cts per bar
, .... ..
5 cts "
."l cts
'Ms
Big Reduction
In Prices Of
Fresh Meat
pi IE undi rsigned wWl sell
at Block No. in the City
M< at Market from the 14th
inst. fresh meat at the Follow-
ing prio s \ 1/:
Heel' St( ak at lofl. |. Roast Beef at tod. ., lb.
Stewing at od. ,, lh.
Mutton 8$d. ., lb.
Pork 7d. lb.
N. B. I beg to draw the
attention of the|ml.hr to the
fact, that in my above ad
vertisemi nt offering fresh
in' at of various kiinh at re
(lured puces, that my only
prices are those as quoted
above, \\ hich I am pr< pare I
at all t imes to s> rve my
customers, and all otl :
who may favour me with
their patronage and from
and aflei the middle of I >ec
embei of this j e ir I u ill have
quite a variety of American
Fi ;> 11 meat and poultry
Remember my pi ii <-. 1 intend
to hold to as time vill prove.
T.A. ROKEttS
azrri.'^riii:-';
-,s.lftaMa.arj-':a;.3ii3!ing, -iaTTr
H. T. BRICE
Commission Merchant
Office: mtmi sid Big sponge KxchRnBe.
Nassau, A', p., Bahamas.
AGENT
FOR SALE
TENDERS will be reo i-
vi d Ia Mi. Timothy A.
Smith, up to tin- tisf of Dec-
eml ei for a dw< (ling house
and lol on Shirley Stn t,
boundi d on tin noi t hby Shir
" Stn t, on the East by pro
perty of Timothy A. Smith,
"ii the South by pi ipei ty oi
the late James, A. < iodfrey,
' by Canaan Lane. Sold
free ol all eni umberance, the
right i-- reserved of reje ting
any 01 all of the lenders.
TIMOTHY A. SMI I'll.
.v
250 .'Miii ley Street.
HORSES
CATTLE
SHEEP
POULTRY
SPONGE, SISAL and other ISLAM) Products
IMPORTANT
p( )R t h e best American
eggs (as. 6d. per doz.) and
apples.
Call at
I". TOOTE
East Bay St.
Williams Shoes Are Better
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