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Buy TODAY for Sixpence THE "Laugh and Gn Fat" Magazine] 3y Subterranean B^ber At Diocesian Book Store, and No. 33 Xing tt 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 tlie meantime the undersigned is prepared to receive offers for the purchase of the whole or any part thereof. Coml and get vour Christmas shies CHEAP. An opportunity no one shoul* miss. N'pfeasonable offer refused. PHILIP A. TRECO Trustee for the Creditors. Just Received Sardines, Oysters, Clams, Vienna Sausage, Hamburger Steak Corned and Roast Beef, Potted Meat, Salmon, JTlives, Mustard, Evaporated aad Condensed Milk, Breakfast -ocoa, Raisins, Prunes, Currary*,, .As*t. -Kuts," As?t. Bis$iu*


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Nulllvia rvddu ins |\irare In verbs. ino.Kl.il. Helnn bound lomenr to (he Dnamim of no Master. ses^s VOL. XIII. Naieau. N. P.. Bahamas. MONDAY December. 27. 1915. NO. 27 L. OILBl-MiT DDPDCH, Editor and Proprietor. %  OIFICK: Corner Shirley & Charlotte Sts .\.ISMH, .V. P., liahamas I'llo.NK ago. P. O. BOX 183. PUBLISHED DAILY RATES Monday, Wc.inc~l.iv and Friday — liagla com ... §d Tuesday, an I Thursday tingle copy td %  ^a tut lav lingl i \ i Jd Weekly' }d Monthly ... i %  Qimrterlv t~6d FhlfYoarl) reailv IH I'-WAHLIO IN ADVA1SCK -Advertising Rates:—•''•ix pence per line lor first inatrtion: three pence pei line for *ri>iiii insertion ; and onepennj per line (m lubaqueol insertions. Advertisement! undei eight lint . SECOND BAHAMAS CONTINGENT. We .ire authoritatively informed that the and Contingent left Jamaica for England a week or more ago. Privates Daniel Sweeting and Hartman Roberta were made buglers, and Sweeting was doing duty before they left Jamaica. Private A. L. Roberts of the ist Contingent was discharged from the Public Hospital and attached to the and Contingent with whom he went to England. The men of that part of the 2nd Contingent which embarked in the "Lady Shea" have requested Capt. Dillet, to convey their thanks and appreciation to Mrs Laura Catto, Misses E.Maude Catto, Jielleri Peters, Lily Peters, Muriel Peteis, Beatrice Hill, Gwennie Hill, MollieAlburv, Emmie Lightbourn, Florrie Smith, Stella Smith, Hilda Smith, Amy Stuart, Muriel Stuart and Maisy Stuart for a fine iced cake; the Misses Peters for a lot of Preserved Citron; Mrs A. II. Clarke for ft box of Cocoanut Cream, all of which wascarefuliy divided so that each man had a portion; also to Mrs. Catharine Svlvester for a copy of one of the Gospels; to Mr V Pan/a for tracts and portions of scripture, and to some unknown friend for a copy of Mr I.ampen's sermon at their first Church parade. TheS. S."Matanza" sailed from New York at 2 p. m. on Saturday for Nassau with 7200 barrels of cargo. Radiograms 24th December, 1915. New York:— Koenig.Justice and Sayandrcks were indicted on a charge of setting on foot a military expedition against Canada. Justice was accused as actirig as spy to report on the movements of Canadian troops. — .0:— December 25th 1915 Xmas Day London: — Governor, Bahamas. Official news December twenty fourth: Headquarters in Prance report the enemy bombing attacks failed onPloegsteerl Wqod. Artillery active in Hartmannsweiler'kopf. French abandoned captured positions on right retaining left and ceotce on front mile and quarter. (Signed) HONAR PAW. From Cape Cod. Christiana: —Henry Ford sails from America, because off illness but announces that expedition will continue undei the direction of a committee. He is said to have left a] Wednesday at the Hague to cheque for $27,000 for its ex to discuss peace steps. Dardanelles, officers 1667, men 20.543; other theat officers 871, men 10.543. A msterdam: —Prom i nen t socialists from belligerent countries excepting Italy met pi uses. Rome; The former German cruiser Brezlau was sunk in a battle in t lie Black Sea and the (ioebeh damaged, Pekin:—Government troo; have joined the revolution inl Yunnan Province, the pro-l vince has "been declalcd ind-| — _ — Constantinople : There has j pendent. The revofltionists| been a fierce bombardment; number 30.000. of the Turkish right wing at Paris:—It is reported that there has been a. clash between Austro-German and the Dardanelles but the Turks have forced a cruiser and five torpedo boasts to retire. u' !,•„.„ -,-, •• •, .Bulgarian army officers in \\ aslurgton : 1 he united I , c J •„ , <...,, c „.;i :,,,. ,• ,1 which five were killed and Males \vil investigate the , • ,1 ,;.,„ oJ w, i ^ several wounded, inking J l v V Japanese "Uterrean Two Aeroplanes, one a Gei m -lean jyas man, bombed Scutari, killing a passenfcer ana-iU prow five and injuring iGcivil to Teutonl^f' 1 "^ the Uner\ -^_ was torpedcHTHaWnaaSut warning. New York:—The Greek liner Thessaloniki with tbrea hundred p&sengers from Greece for New York sent out a distress call yesterday afternoon and theStampaliastood by tier through the night. The 1 Thessaloniki is proceeding with engines partly Out of romniision due toflooding of engine room in a storm. Pbila: —France places thirty million dollar shell order here. — :o:— 3^~ Washington: — The Spec ial report of the general naval bont.i r~~„nai oublictoday. The report recommein dreadnoughts, four battle cruisers and many other craft at an expenditure of three hundred million dollars. It indicates that heavier expenditures will follow. Il commends five million air craft expenses. Captain Dullard, Superintendent of the Navy Radio Service, in his annual report recommends goverment control and operation of all coastal radio stations within the United States. Paris:—The JOURNA1 S tish casualties to 1 Jecember;: Athens correspondent say tin Qtll were 538.227. There were' Germans have begun artillerj killed inFlnndersand France: bombardment of the Anglo26th December, 1915. London:—Premier Asquith announced that the lotal Bri Officers 4829 men 77.470. French lines around Saloniki. Wear Armbrister's Shoes AI U TIL f\ TBD I n


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Title: The Tribune.
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Language: English
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Publication Date: Monday, December 27, 1915
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Nulllvia rvddu ins |\irare In verbs. ino.Kl.il.
Helnn bound lomenr to (he Dnamim of no Master.
ses^s
VOL. XIII.
Naieau. N. P.. Bahamas. MONDAY December. 27. 1915.
NO. 27
L. OILBl-MiT DDPDCH,
Editor and Proprietor.
OIFICK:
Corner Shirley & Charlotte Sts
.\.ismh, .V. P., liahamas
I'llo.NK ago. P. O. BOX 183.
PUBLISHED DAILY
RATES
Monday, Wc.inc~l.iv and Friday
liagla com ... ...... d
Tuesday, an I Thursday tingle copy td
^atut lav lingl.....i \ i Jd
Weekly' ........ }d
Monthly ... i
Qimrterlv t~- 6d
FhlfYoarl)
reailv IH
I'-WAHLIO IN ADVA1SCK
--
Advertising Rates:''ix pence per line
lor first inatrtion: three pence pei line
for *ri>iiii insertion ; and onepennj per
line (m lubaqueol insertions.
Advertisement! undei eight lint .
Second Bahamas Contingent.
We .ire authoritatively in-
formed that the and Contin-
gent left Jamaica for England
a week or more ago.
Privates Daniel Sweeting
and Hartman Roberta were
made buglers, and Sweeting
was doing duty before they
left Jamaica.
Private A. L. Roberts of
the ist Contingent was dis-
charged from the Public- Hos-
pital and attached to the and
Contingent with whom he
went to England.
The men of that part of
the 2nd Contingent which
embarked in the "Lady Shea"
have requested Capt. Dillet,
to convey their thanks and
appreciation to Mrs Laura
Catto, Misses E.Maude Catto,
Jielleri Peters, Lily Peters,
Muriel Peteis, Beatrice Hill,
Gwennie Hill, MollieAlburv,
Emmie Lightbourn, Florrie
Smith, Stella Smith, Hilda
Smith, Amy Stuart, Muriel
Stuart and Maisy Stuart for
a fine iced cake; the Misses
Peters for a lot of Preserved
Citron; Mrs A. II. Clarke for
ft box of Cocoanut Cream,
all of which wascarefuliy di-
vided so that each man had a
portion; also to Mrs. Catha-
rine Svlvester for a copy of
one of the Gospels; to Mr
V Pan/a for tracts and por-
tions of scripture, and to
some unknown friend for a
copy of Mr I.ampen's sermon
at their first Church parade.
TheS. S."Matanza" sailed
from New York at 2 p. m. on
Saturday for Nassau with
7200 barrels of cargo.
Radiograms
24th December, 1915.
New York: Koenig.Justice
and Sayandrcks were indict-
ed on a charge of setting on
foot a military expedition
against Canada. Justice was
accused as actirig as spy to
report on the movements of
Canadian troops.
.0:
December 25th 1915
Xmas Day
London:
Governor,
Bahamas.
Official news December
twenty fourth: Headquar-
ters in Prance report the ene-
my bombing attacks failed
onPloegsteerl Wqod. Artill-
ery active in Hartmannsweil-
er'kopf. French abandoned
captured positions on right
retaining left and ceotce on
front mile and quarter.
(Signed)
HONAR PAW.
From Cape Cod.
Christiana: Henry Ford
sails from America, because
off illness but announces that
expedition will continue un-
dei the direction of a commi-
ttee. He is said to have left a] Wednesday at the Hague to
cheque for $27,000 for its ex to discuss peace steps.
Dardanelles, officers 1667,
men 20.543; other theat
officers 871, men 10.543.
A msterdam: Prom i nen t
socialists from belligerent
countries excepting Italy met
pi uses.
Rome; The former German
cruiser Brezlau was sunk in
a battle in t lie Black Sea and
the (ioebeh damaged,
Pekin:Government troo;
have joined the revolution inl
Yunnan Province, the pro-l
vince has "been declalcd ind-|
, ----_----- _---------- _
Constantinople : There has j pendent. The revofltionists|
been a fierce bombardment; number 30.000.
of the Turkish right wing at
Paris:It is reported that
there has been a. clash be-
tween Austro-German and
the Dardanelles but the Turks
have forced a cruiser and five
torpedo boasts to retire.
u' !,. -,-, , .Bulgarian army officers in
\\ aslurgton : 1 he united I , c J ,
<...,,c .;i :,,,. , ,1 which five were killed and
Males \vil investigate the ,
,1 ,;., oJ w, i ^ several wounded,
inking ,Jl.,vV Japanese
"Uterrean Two Aeroplanes, one a Gei
"........m -lean jyas man, bombed Scutari, killing
a passenfcer ana-iU prow five and injuring iGcivil .
to Teutonl^f'1 "^ the Uner\ -^_
was torpedcHTHaWnaaSut warn-
ing.
New York:The Greek
liner Thessaloniki with tbrea
hundred p&sengers from
Greece for New York sent out
a distress call yesterday after-
noon and theStampaliastood
by tier through the night. The1
Thessaloniki is proceeding
with engines partly Out of
romniision due toflooding of
engine room in a storm.
Pbila: France places
thirty million dollar shell or-
der here.
:o:
3^~
Washington: The Spec ial
report of the general naval
bont.i r~~nai oublictoday.
The report recommein
dreadnoughts, four battle
cruisers and many other craft
at an expenditure of three
hundred million dollars. It
indicates that heavier ex-
penditures will follow. Il
commends five million
air craft expenses.
Captain Dullard, Superin-
tendent of the Navy Radio
Service, in his annual report
recommends goverment con-
trol and operation of all
coastal radio stations within
the United States.
Paris:The JOURNA1 S
tish casualties to 1 Jecember;: Athens correspondent say tin
Qtll were 538.227. There were' Germans have begun artillerj
killed inFlnndersand France: bombardment of the Anglo-

26th December, 1915.
London:Premier Asquith
announced that the lotal Bri
Officers 4829 men 77.470.
French lines around Saloniki.
Wear Armbrister's Shoes
AIUTIL f\ TBDI
n


Buy TODAY for
Sixpence
THE
"Laugh and Gn
Fat" Magazine]
3y Subterranean B^ber
At Diocesian Book Store, and
No. 33 Xing tt

NOTICE
THE 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 tlie meantime the under-
signed is prepared to receive
offers for the purchase of the
whole or any part thereof.
Coml and get vour Christ-
mas shies CHEAP.
An opportunity no one
shoul* miss.
N'pfeasonable offer refused.
PHILIP A. TRECO
Trustee for the Creditors.
Just Received
Sardines, Oysters, Clams, Vi-
enna Sausage, Hamburger Steak
Corned and Roast Beef, Potted
Meat, Salmon, JTlives, Mustard,
Evaporated aad Condensed
Milk, Breakfast -ocoa, Raisins,
Prunes, Currary*,, .As*t. -Kuts,"
As?t. Bis$iu* 'Went.
Also a nice supply of Bread,
Home mada Cakes and Pies,
Fruit Jellies and Marmalade,
Aerated Waters, Home made
Pickles.
Cigars and Cigarettes.
F. A. GARNER,
52 West Bay Street.
NOTICE
This is to inform the public
that the undesigned is prepared
to furnish chickens at Market
prices.
Apply
DOUGLAS BAIN
East Bay St.
near Long Branch, The Creek.
THE LEOPARD
cannot change his spots, but the removal of spots and
blemishes from clothes is assured if Sunlight Soap is
used. As the Leopard's eyes gleam in the darkness
of the night, so clothes washed with SuNLIOHT SoAP
gleam white and pure in the brilliant light of day. Un-
like the Leopard's jaws, which are formed to dctroy,
SUNLIGHT SOAP
is created to preserve. It
preserves your clothes and
household linen, and m;ikes
them last longer. Sim n.11 r
Soap is guaranteed pure,
and will not injure the
finest fabric.
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(IT.- W'J-W&5rcifi
..r*ST*:\
Excursion to Miami
Round Trip $10
"Per Frances E." sailing Friday Morning
December 31st at 8 o'clock.
This alfcws three days in Miami
particulars at Office
FRANCES E.
'ec. 27 1915
Nassau,
Phone ?14.
East Bay St.
Chas. E. Bethell
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
Ales
Wines
S pi r
its
GASOLINE
Fromthis Date, Price in
Original Drums, One shilling
per Gallon.
Less quantity, One Shil
ling and three pence per Ga/f-
lon.
In Cases, Ten Gallons, 12s.
per Case.
C. C. SAUMDERS
East Hay Street
Nassau N. P.
Saturday,
December 18th 1915.
Big Reduction
In Prices Of
Fresh Meat
"THE undersigned will sell
1 at Block No. 6 in the City
Meat Market from the 14th
inst. fresh meat at the follow-
ing prices viz:
Beef Steak at lod. per lb.
lb.
, lb.
. lb.
Roast Reef at iod.
Stewing at gd.
Mutton 8Jd.
Pork 7d.
lb.
N. B. I beg to draw the
attention of the public to the
fact, that in my above ad
vertisement offering rcejfa
meat of various kinds attf"-
duced prices, that my only
prices are those as quoted
above, which 1 am prepared
at all limes to serve my
customers, and all others
who may favour me with
their patronage and from
and after the middle of Dec
ember of this year I will have
quite a variety of American
frozen meat and poultry-
Remember my prices 1 intend
to hold to as time will prove.
T. A. ROKER.
JAS. A. EVANS
UNDERTAKER.
527 East Day St.
BEGS to inform liis friends
and the public that he hat
just received this week by the
S. S. Borglum a complete stock
of the latest and most up-to
date in coffins comprising cask-
ets and white coffins forchilaren
and can be supplied at any size.
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