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'rations at other points. '1'he %  tegical[value of the aban oned positions is minimized by new operations in the East 1 he casualties were three wounded. Six small guns were left. General Munro gives credit for the skilful transfer of the I >i es to the generals and the navy. 'i lie French government '•;. iit that French artillery; ">rted successful British atta k against Turkish trem he* at Western extremity iallipoli. I mli headquarters reports my trenches were bombarded at various points. The • my heavily shelled Ypres. enemy bombing attack on Hulluch was repulsed. Forty four aerial combats were reported. One British aei plane is missing. I he Russians report the 'Hiking of the German cruiser 1 men and a big torpedo bi % %  t. Reports from Kutel Amara g General Townshends! estimate of Turkish losses on %  .' ist, lath and i3thas -'500. On the night of the 17th British and Indian troops sed Turkish advanced tn 1: iies. About 30 of the i ii' my were killed and n taken prisoners. Prime Minister today .'•d the vote for a further million men raising the numI ithorized to four million. II xpressed deep regret of' government sanctioning t'.ir withdrawal from Anzac rated by so many heroic :;i>loits which have won our gallant Australian and N Zealand kinsmen undy memory nf honour. There 1 be no retirement from Helles. I ; nch official reports announce somewhat •lively en• 0 inter between Greeks and Bulgarians. Several Greek officers and soldiers were killed or wounded. (Signed) BONAR LAW. Athens:—It is reported that a Russian cruiser and t wo d< stroyers con v oy i n g sixteen troop transports arrived off the Bulgarian coast and are vigorously bombarding Varna. Berlin: —Constantinople advices say that the British suffered enormous losses in attacking Seddul Bahr front previous to withdrawing from Suvla and An/ac. The Turks took enormous quantities of ammunition and cannon. London;— The Biitish steamer Huntlev, formerly German hospital ship Ophelia, and the British steamer Belford were sunk. The crew of the latter were saved. Amsterdam:—The German Reichstag today adopted a credit of ten billion marks asked for by the government. London:Lieut. Gen. Sir Wm R. Robertson, chief of the genera] staff, has been recalled from France to become chief of jhe Imperial staff I 1 indi HI replacing Lieut. Gen. SirArchibald Murray who will receive an important command. New York:—Col. E. II. House "ill go to Europe at the president's request to de livei information to ambas sadors concerning the governments attitude on inter national affairs. He will not attend anv peace missions. X5he Imperial Orchestra 3 tit Violin I 2nd Vi \in, • Flutt, Trap Drum an Pian B EGS to inform their friends and the general public that they are equipped with all latest music for modern dances, garden parties, and entertainments, and is also prepared to accept engagements at short notice. Terms reasonable. For further particulars, see Messrs. Thos. W. Lunn, Mai 1 borough St., SamL C. Mcl'herson, or Walter F. Weir, Baillou Hill Road. St. Matthew's Paisrh Church Schoolroom. Wednesday, December 22nd. 3 p.m. 10 p.m. Sale of—Aprons, Clothing, Fancy Goods, Pictures, Toys, Booklets. A charming Afternoon Tea will be provided 4.00-6.00 p.m. Ice Cream will be served at anv time. A SPECIAL STALL OF WAR LITERATURE for free distribution to American Citizens. lea, Coffee, Cocoa, Cake Candy — Home-made Bread STALLS, 6.00-10.00 p.m. COCOA NTT SHY. SHOOTING GALLERY— A Prize for the best shot of the afternoon. Ladies A: Gentlemen, You are all helping the works of War, and we too have foregone our Large Bazaar in order to be able to give more time and energy to the works of mercy, necessitated by this world's devilry; we therefore appeal to you all to help us with goodwill in our Works of PEACE. For Rent A SIX room ccttagekwith bath attached, near Prison and Fort Fincastle. Apply JOS. LAING, Blue Hill St. NOTICE T 'HE entire stock in trade of the late B.E. Williams is being disposed of at greatly reduced prices as it has been decided to close down the business in the early part of January. In the meantime the undersigned is prepared to receive offers for the purchase of the whole or any part thereof. Come and get your Christmas shoes CHEAP. An opportunity no one should miss. N. 1 reasonable offer refused. PHILIP A. TRECO Trustee for the Creditors. 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 i in Nassau at New York prices plus Freight and Duty. Buy here and save New York Commission, Interest and the trouble of ordering. CHAS. E. ALBUIT, Aftat. Look! Foreigner: —I haven't ta£pjd a well cooked meal since I've been in Nassau. Nassauvian: — Have you aver tried Isaac Roberts on East Bay St. ? Foreigner: —No. Nassauvian: —Try him once and you will try him always. All are welcome: — Cone now if you want to taste the cooking of the best cook Nassau ever produced. JAS. A. EVANS UNDER I AKt K 527 East Day St. B EGS to inform hit friends and the public that he has just received this week by the i S. S. Borglum a complete stock of the latest and mint up-to I date in coffins comprising cask etsand white coffins for children and can be supplied at any size. Terms reasonable Satisfaction Guaranteed Advcrtiie in The Tribune. Williams Shoes Are Better



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Nulllus iv. l.lu in-, lurnit In verbs iim/M, Beintt bound to aweur to ihe Uogmns of no Master. %  e VOL. XIII. NttJWau, N. P.. Bahamas. WEDNESDAY December. 22. 1915. NO. 24 ,-. L. OILBBBT DUPOCH, Editor inJ Prcpritttr, OFFICK Corner Shirley 6. Charlotte St* A (jssiln, .V. P., H ii,'(ll'ls 'PHONE 200, P, O. HOX K'.:t. PUBLISHED DAILY RATES Mori. lav, WeJni id Friday -,!. , V „ -1,1 1 uewluv. an I I huraday tin i *Bh.ii. iy • i' Vr ...... 5 I Xfi.iithly I *. 6tl irurly i • 'i taily ... II PAYABLE IN KD\ A NCK AdMftiiing Raid i—*i tuce ei lin fot firtl inscrtt thn Una !^ l| V mil.I m-.-ai. :i ,i• CMliy pM V ireriiemeno un li i aiglil lin (• %  %  Wi are told th'att'fie St. Mary's Bazaar, which' took place yesti rday, was a huge MI ci --. Over£41 was t'aki n! AREN' I' we a wealthy community We have been requi I • ,, -• te thai the following additional subscription to the Motor Ambulan e Fund has been re eived*— Previously acknow[, |ged 2650 16 6 Mr O. J. McDonald i o 6 £2651 17 o — :a: — We beg i" draw our leaders' attention to the Bazaar which is to be held in St. Matthew's Parish Church Scho !ro 'in, this afternoon; The pro edirigs 1 omprise a sale of useful and fancy articles, and there will be numerous other attractions in^ luding a Shooting Gallecy, and ;i Cocoa Nut Shy. Don't worrv about tea or supper, the "'Inner man" will be well • atcied foi 011 the spot. Just take a few shillings in your pocket to help on the good cause. The Bazaai opens al 3 p.m. and will conclude at 10 p.m. Emigration figures for November, 1915. Outwards, Inwards. Male 113 v l females. 39 11 I 15^ 128 I olice Orderly Room, Na au, 21st I >ecember-1915. NOTICE R EFERRING to do, ment Notice No. 326 of this date suspending all Rules and Regulationmade under lieStreet Nuisance IV ihibition Act 1899 "" ) ( '"'" ; 24th and 25th, the Public are hereby notified that tin firing of crackers will not be allowed in the vicinity of the Churches during Divine Si 1 ve e, inside the Public Mar ket, and on the, Wharves t< 1 the North of Baj Street. Masqueraders will not be allowed inside the Market or on the Wharves, and the carrying of whips of any descrip tion is strictly prohibited. By Order, R. II. C CR \WFORD Commandant of Police. LOOK OUT ON THURSDAY for the "Laugh and Grow Fat" Magazine 3Subterranean J^ir'cc: PRICE 6D. Radiograms 2ISt December, T91 5. London i-jth. During the relaxation in all the offensive camps except the Italian pressure on the Austrians which has follow ed the expulsion of the Serbian army from its own country European interest is focussed on the probabilities of some new but as yet undeveloped upheaval. It appears to be taken for granted on all sides that the •policy of the Central Powers will he to attempt to pain dcision somewhere, while their opponents will prefer to devote the winter in preparation for warfare in Spring. There is much discussion in gr< at Britain over a rej orted pi bj the Turks on the Sue/. Canal. Messages from neutral 1 tries professing to have German sources of inform Hum describe 11 lie German Field Marshal, Von Der <1 leltz, as equipping at Aleppo an army for the in sion of Egj pt. The same coi n s pomhnis assert that the Germans are collecting large num bers "f camels and donkeys for transport. A majority of English writers who know Egypt declare that such a project would be ho| elei The OBSERVI W today says it coi sider? a Geiman attempt to invade England as a 1 perate, gamble and that the extensive movements of ti in Bi Iguim may mean pre para tions for embarking at /.. eh rugge and in the Scheldt River Officers returning from the Western front express the belief that fighting here on a big scale is impossible ou ing to the condition of life country which is muddier arid altogether in worse condition than last year. Wear Armbript^p's Shoes The activity on the Gallipoll Pi ninsuta and small Italian gains are the only important military operations reported today. The Germans have lost tho small cruiser Bremen and a a tor, edo boatfttaowgh submarine attack. It is presumed that the submarine was one of the jlish under-sea squadrons which recently has shown enter prise in these waters. The Turks claim to have sunk a British monitor in the Tigris River near Kutel Amara. The Greek government is ; I to have protested form ally against the Entente Allies fortifying outside of Saloniki. Jhi may be-of the same character as the one lodged against rsl landing of the troops whii h lias been described merely as a technical one to keep the re drd clca/. II. nr, I %  id's., P'ince party arrived in Cnnstsffjria and was wel :omi d informally by pro! lid clergymen and n Minister. Nol withstanding the fact that the party has no official standingNorwegian hospitali tv and the warm friendship of the Norwegians towards Amei ii ans assure the peace |, 11\ an interesting Sojourn during tneir three days stay in that country. 11 cember .:2nd, 1915. Pond l* -'1st. (i<.-. 1 tnor. Bahamas. Official News; — Fur the 1 details of the evacuation of An/ and Snvla show that the great army was .withdrawn from one area occupied in Gallipoli and from theclosi st contact with tlieenemy without the enemy's knowled. I he 1 out raction of fi %  nt fa< ilitates more effective op


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Nulllus iv.l.lu in-, lurnit In verbs iim/M,
Beintt bound to aweur to ihe Uogmns of no Master.
e
VOL. XIII.
NttJWau, N. P.. Bahamas. WEDNESDAY December. 22. 1915.
NO. 24
,-.
L. OILBBBT DUPOCH,
Editor inJ Prcpritttr,
OFFICK
Corner Shirley 6. Charlotte St*
A (jssiln, .V. P., H ii,'(ll'ls
'PHONE 200, P, O. HOX K'.:t.
PUBLISHED DAILY
RATES
Mori.lav, WeJni id Friday
-,!. ,V -1,1
1 uewluv. an I I huraday tin i '
*Bh.ii. iy i'
Vr ...... 5 I
Xfi.iithly ..........I*. 6tl
irurly .......' i '
'- i .......
taily ... II
PAYABLE IN KD\ANCK
AdMftiiing Raid i*i tuce ei lin
fot firtl inscrtt thn Una
!^ l| V mil.I m-.-ai. :i ,i- CMliy pM
V ireriiemeno un li i aiglil lin (
' Wi are told th'att'fie St.
Mary's Bazaar, which' took
place yesti rday, was a huge
mi ci --. Over41 was t'aki n!
AREN' I' we a wealthy com-
munity !
We have been requi I
,, - te thai the following
additional subscription to the
Motor Ambulan e Fund has
been re eived*
Previously acknow-
[, |ged 2650 16 6
Mr O. J. McDonald i o 6
2651 17 o
:a:
We beg i" draw our lead-
ers' attention to the Bazaar
which is to be held in St.
Matthew's Parish Church
Scho !ro 'in, this afternoon;
The pro edirigs 1 omprise a
sale of useful and fancy ar-
ticles, and there will be nu-
merous other attractions in-
^ luding a Shooting Gallecy,
and ;i Cocoa Nut Shy. Don't
worrv about tea or supper,
the "'Inner man" will be well
atcied foi 011 the spot. Just
take a few shillings in your
pocket to help on the good
cause.
The Bazaai opens al 3 p.m.
and will conclude at 10 p.m.
Emigration figures for No-
vember, 1915.
Outwards, Inwards.
Male 113 v l
females. 39 11
I 15^
128
I olice Orderly Room,
Na au, 21st I >ecember-1915.
NOTICE
REFERRING to do,
ment Notice No. 326 of
this date suspending all Rules
and Regulation- made under
lie- Street Nuisance IV ihibi-
tion Act 1899 "" ')( '"'" ;
24th and 25th, the Public are
hereby notified that tin firing
of crackers will not be allow-
ed in the vicinity of the
Churches during Divine Si 1
ve e, inside the Public Mar
ket, and on the, Wharves t< 1
the North of Baj Street.
Masqueraders will not be
allowed inside the Market or
on the Wharves, and the car-
rying of whips of any descrip
tion is strictly prohibited.
By Order,
R. II. C CR \WFORD
Commandant of Police.
LOOK OUT
on Thursday
for the
"Laugh and Grow
Fat" Magazine
3- Subterranean J^ir'cc:-
Price 6d.
Radiograms
2ISt December, T91 5.
London i-jth.
During the relaxation in all
the offensive camps except
the Italian pressure on the
Austrians which has follow ed
the expulsion of the Serbian
army from its own country
European interest is focussed
on the probabilities of some
new but as yet undeveloped
upheaval.
It appears to be taken for
granted on all sides that the
policy of the Central Powers
will he to attempt to pain d-
cision somewhere, while their
opponents will prefer to devote
the winter in preparation for
warfare in Spring.
There is much discussion in
gr< at Britain over a rej orted
pi bj the Turks on
the Sue/. Canal.
Messages from neutral 1
tries professing to have German
sources of inform Hum describe
11lie German Field Marshal,
Von Der <1 leltz, as equipping
at Aleppo an army for the in
sion of Egj pt. The same coi n s
pomhnis assert that the Ger-
mans are collecting large num
bers "f camels and donkeys for
transport. A majority of Eng-
lish writers who know Egypt
declare that such a project
would be ho| elei
The OBSERVI W today says
it coi sider? a Geiman attempt
to invade England as a 1
perate, gamble and that the
extensive movements of ti
in Bi Iguim may mean pre para
tions for embarking at /.. eh
rugge and in the Scheldt River
Officers returning from the
Western front express the belief
that fighting here on a big scale
is impossible ou ing to the con-
dition of life country which is
muddier arid altogether in
worse condition than last year.
Wear Armbript^p's Shoes
The activity on the Gallipoll
Pi ninsuta and small Italian
gains are the only important
military operations reported to-
day.
The Germans have lost tho
small cruiser Bremen and a
a tor, edo boatfttaowgh subma-
rine attack. It is presumed that
the submarine was one of the
! jlish under-sea squadrons
which recently has shown enter
prise in these waters.
The Turks claim to have sunk
a British monitor in the Tigris
River near Kutel Amara.
The Greek government is
; I to have protested form
ally against the Entente Allies
fortifying outside of Saloniki.
Jhi may be-of the same
character as the one lodged
against rsl landing of the
troops whii h lias been described
merely as a technical one to
keep the re drd clca/.
II. nr, I -id's.,P'ince party
arrived in Cnnstsffjria and
was wel :omi d informally by
pro! lid clergymen and
n Minister. Nol
withstanding the fact that
the party has no official
standingNorwegian hospitali
tv and the warm friendship
of the Norwegians towards
Amei ii ans assure the peace
|, 11\ an interesting Sojourn
during tneir three days stay
in that country.
11 cember .:2nd, 1915.
Pond l* -'1st.
(i<.-. 1 tnor.
Bahamas.
Official News; Fur the 1 de-
tails of the evacuation of An-
/ and Snvla show that the
great army was .withdrawn
from one area occupied in
Gallipoli and from theclosi st
contact with tlieenemy with-
out the enemy's knowled.
I he 1 out raction of fi nt
fa< ilitates more effective op-


'rations at other points. '1'he
' tegical[value of the aban
oned positions is minimized
by new operations in the East
1 he casualties were three
wounded. Six small guns
were left.
General Munro gives credit
for the skilful transfer of the
I >i es to the generals and the
navy.
'i lie French government
';. iit that French artillery;
">rted successful British
atta k against Turkish
trem he* at Western extremity
iallipoli.
I mli headquarters reports
my trenches were bom-
barded at various points. The
my heavily shelled Ypres.
enemy bombing attack on
Hulluch was repulsed.
Forty four aerial combats
were reported. One British
aei plane is missing.
I he Russians report the
'Hiking of the German cruiser
1 men and a big torpedo
bi t.
Reports from Kutel Amara
g General Townshends!
estimate of Turkish losses on '
.' ist, lath and i3thas -'500.
On the night of the 17th
British and Indian troops
sed Turkish advanced
tn 1: iies. About 30 of the
i ii' my were killed and n
taken prisoners.
Prime Minister today
.'d the vote for a further
million men raising the num-
I ithorized to four million.
II xpressed deep regret of'
government sanctioning
t'.ir withdrawal from Anzac
rated by so many her-
oic :;i>loits which have won
our gallant Australian and
N Zealand kinsmen undy
memory nf honour. There
1 be no retirement from
Helles.
I ; nch official reports an-
nounce somewhat lively en-
0 inter between Greeks and
Bulgarians. Several Greek
officers and soldiers were
killed or wounded.
(Signed)
BONAR LAW.
Athens:It is reported that
a Russian cruiser and t wo
d< stroyers con v oy i n g six-
teen troop transports arrived
off the Bulgarian coast and
are vigorously bombarding
Varna.
Berlin: Constantinople
advices say that the British
suffered enormous losses in
attacking Seddul Bahr front
previous to withdrawing from
Suvla and An/ac. The Turks
took enormous quantities of
ammunition and cannon.
London;
The Biitish steamer Hun-
tlev, formerly German hospi-
tal ship Ophelia, and the
British steamer Belford were
sunk. The crew of the latter
were saved.
Amsterdam:The German
Reichstag today adopted a
credit of ten billion marks
asked for by the government.
London:- Lieut. Gen. Sir
Wm R. Robertson, chief of
the genera] staff, has been re-
called from France to become
chief of jhe Imperial staff
I 1 indi hi replacing Lieut. Gen.
SirArchibald Murray who will
receive an important com-
mand.
New York:Col. E. II.
House "ill go to Europe at
the president's request to de
livei information to ambas
sadors concerning the gov-
ernments attitude on inter
national affairs. He will not
attend anv peace missions.
X5he
Imperial
Orchestra
3 tit Violin I 2nd Vi \in,
Flutt, Trap Drum an Pian
BEGS to inform their friends
and the general public
that they are equipped with
all latest music for modern
dances, garden parties, and
entertainments, and is also
prepared to accept engage-
ments at short notice. Terms
reasonable. For further par-
ticulars, see Messrs. Thos. W.
Lunn, Mai 1 borough St., SamL
C. Mcl'herson, or Walter F.
Weir, Baillou Hill Road.
St. Matthew's
Paisrh Church
Schoolroom.
Wednesday, December 22nd.
3 p.m. 10 p.m.
Sale ofAprons,
Clothing,
Fancy Goods,
Pictures,
Toys,
Booklets.
A charming Afternoon Tea
will be provided 4.00-6.00
p.m.
Ice Cream will be served
at anv time.
A SPECIAL STALL OF
WAR LITERATURE for
free distribution to American
Citizens.
lea, Coffee, Cocoa, Cake
Candy Home-made Bread
STALLS, 6.00-10.00 p.m.
COCOA NTT SHY.
SHOOTING GALLERY
A Prize for the best shot of
the afternoon.
Ladies A: Gentlemen,
You are all helping the
works of War, and we too
have foregone our Large Ba-
zaar in order to be able to
give more time and energy to
the works of mercy, necessi-
tated by this world's devilry;
we therefore appeal to you
all to help us with goodwill
in our Works of PEACE.
For Rent
A SIX room ccttagekwith
bath attached, near Pri-
son and Fort Fincastle.
Apply JOS. LAING,
Blue Hill St.
NOTICE
T'HE entire stock in trade
of the late B.E. Williams
is being disposed of at great-
ly reduced prices as it has
been decided to close down
the business in the early part
of January.
In the meantime the under-
signed is prepared to receive
offers for the purchase of the
whole or any part thereof.
Come and get your Christ-
mas shoes CHEAP.
An opportunity no one
should miss.
N. 1 reasonable offer refused.
PHILIP A. TRECO
Trustee for the Creditors.
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
i in Nassau at New York prices
plus Freight and Duty.
Buy here and save New
York Commission, Interest
and the trouble of ordering.
Chas. E. Albuit,
Aftat.
Look!
Foreigner:I haven't tapjd
a well cooked meal since
I've been in Nassau.
Nassauvian: Have you aver
tried Isaac Roberts on
East Bay St. ?
Foreigner: No.
Nassauvian: Try him once
and you will try him
always.
All are welcome: Cone now
if you want to taste the
cooking of the best cook
Nassau ever produced.
JAS. A. EVANS
UNDER I AKt K
527 East Day St.
BEGS to inform hit friends
and the public that he has
just received this week by the
i S. S. Borglum a complete stock
of the latest and mint up-to
I date in coffins comprising cask
etsand white coffins for children
and can be supplied at any size.
Terms reasonable
Satisfaction Guaranteed
Advcrtiie in
The Tribune.
Williams Shoes Are Better


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