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the steamer flew tWAustrian flag. Paris:— Vienn; that the impressj in Austro-Hung; circles that the reply to the Ai on the sinking of will bring diploi ture. jvice say prevails n official irthcoming iriran note le Ancona uatic rupParis:—There are artillery engagements of great activity over the whole front in Vosges district. Geneva*—Vienna news advices state that Chancellor Von Bethmann Holwegg is expected in Vienna shortly with full conditions under which the Central Powers will accept peace. Germany will suggest that the first conference be held at The Hague. London:—The steamer Vonstirum has been sunk. The crew are safe. 29th December, 1915. New York.—The Federal Grand Jury has indicted for conspiring to foment strikes American munitions far torn s, Cohgression Buchanan of Illinois; Robert Fowler, ex-Congressman of Illinois; Frank Monnett former Attornev General of Ohio; I >a\ id Lamarand JacobTaylor, Presidents of labour National Peace Council; Franz Von Rintelen, German agent; II. B. Martin and Herman Scbulteis. With the excepttion of Lamar and Kintelen the men indicted are all officers of the council. The govern ment claims that Von Kintelen formed and financed the council. The latter i^ iiMva prisoner in England on fraudulent passport charges. Athens:—Aeroplanes of the Allii sat Salonikl report that Germans and the Bulgarians show no signs of taking the offensive. London: —It is feared that the British force of 30.000 at Kutel Amara is surrounded by a superior force of Turks. The Turks made a breach in the defences and left 200 dead inside. The force withdrawn from France may be going to their assistance. London:—A crisis is feared in the cabinet over conscription. It is reported that David Lloyd George threat ens to resign unless Premier Asquith consents to draft single men before calling on married men to serve. Berlin:— It is reported that the Italian king has been wounded and is in hospital. German artillery stopped train movements at Soissons, l'okio:—Japanese liners have abandoned the Suez Canal route and will sail via Good Hope. Washington:—A storm of marked intensity is over Alabama and moving Northeast. The wind will become easterly bv Wednesday morning and increase to gale force Storm warnings are displayed from Cape Henry t<>. New York, also QU.the Florida Peninsula. New York:—Mr. Bryan who liad aTt^n^ed passage by the iitftterdam lomonow to join the Ford peace party has cancelled Excursion to Miami Round Trip $10 "Per Frances E." sailing Friday Morning December 31st at 8 o'clock. >This allows three days in Miami All particulars at Office FRANCES E. Xassau, N. P., Dec. 27 1915 Colonial Bathing Beach T HE Colonial Bathing Reach (Saratoga) opened for the Season 011 Dec. 14th. General admission to grounds 111 eluding fruit, lunch and bathing, one shilling or twenty five cents. Tickets will be sold at the Park including the above admission and ferry both ways for two shillings or fifty cents. Bolts will leave n't intervals commencing at 10 a.m. liming the bathing hours. A definite schedule will be announced later. f .iis reservation. Brand Whitlock. Minister to Belguim,Colonel House diplomatic agent of President Wilson and Captain B03 Ed, Dismissed German Mili tary Attache will sail on the Rotterdam. •DRINKWelch's Grape Juice. W ILL be given in S. Andrew's Hall on Tbursday, Dec. 30th at 8 p.m. by Bahamas Boy Scouts in aid of the B fi h a m i a n League of the Cross of Geneva. Admission is. to be paid at the door. For Rent A SIX room cottage with bath attached, near Pri son and Fort Fincastle. Apply JOS. LAING, BlueHilLSt PRICES Quarts, 2s. 3d. each. Pints, Is. 4d., 15s. per doz. J Pints, 9d. 8s. 6d. per doz. \ Pints, 5d. 4s. 6d. per doz. T BLACK'S 222 Bay St. AND The Nassau Candy Kitchen, ^ %  Wfc' Hotel Colonial. Williams' Shoes Are Better



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\ N vil Ihis addlclga |\irare In verb* mniilal, BeinK bound to swear to the Dogma.* of no Master. VOL. *U|. Nane&u. N. P.. Bahama*. WEDNESDAY December. 29. 1915. -•** NO. 29 L OILBKICHDUI'LCH, Editor and I'mfrietor. ORRIO.K: Corner Shirley & Charlotte St. Anssflu, .V. r, llnh„mas PHONE an i>. o. i>WILFRID, NASSAU We beg to draw our reader's attention to the announcement which appears in another column, of a concert by the Bahamas Boy Scouts in aid of the funds of the Bahamian League ol the Cross of Geneva, to-morrow night at 8. p.m. MAILS. Foreign Mails to be despatched via Miami, Fla, per "Frances K", will be made up and 1 losed on Friday next, the 31st insi, at 8a.m". sons for doing so and for believing the project was doomed to failure. "Thedemocra tic: method employed bv the managers of the expedition is repugnant to my principles",, she said. RadiogramsDecember 28th, 1915. London, 26:— Christmas passed without heavy fighting anywhere on the European fronts. It passed also without a truce which gave a touch of humanity to Christmas Day a yi ;'r ago. I he United Kingdom howevei witnessed a general abandonment of the truce between political parties. Christmas broke over the British Western front wet and blowing, and altogether cheerless. As morning ad vanced the Sun struggled through mists, and by the time of the soldiers .dinner it was .quite fine and very mild. The day was uneventful in the extreme. Plenty of gun lire was prohibited, thus making conditions as comfortable as possible. New York, 26:—New York and New England states have had a serious storm and a number of lives have been lost. There was rain, hail and snow accompanied bv a ninety mile gale. Considerable property damage was done. Mot Springs:-Congress will be uijt.d by President Wilsol to .concentrate its alteuttTm unon the adminis trations nati%al defense programme immemntely-aftet the Christmas holidays. Arras, 26th: — Hundreds of big shells tore the air over Anas all Friday after noon. The echoes of these wese the last compliments of the season and the fire had no sooner died ,n\vav than Stockholm. Via London, 20: — Mrs Inez Milhollaud Boissevain of New York who withdrew from theFord peace party Saturday presented to „ a pubhc meeting of the dele-[profit at i*percent on capital gates a statement of her reainvested and could increase life began ;to show" itsdf through re-opened cellar doors and windows in prepar tion for the usual Christmas live festivities. Washington, 2f>:-OQi; ia! information concerning the sinking of the Japanese liner Yasko Mam still was lacking both at the.state department and at the Japanese Embassy. Washington, 2f>:—Invcs tigation has disclosed the department of commerce announced yesterday that American hosiery manufact urers who.opposed tariff cuts >n knit goods are making a that margin through better methods in the manufacture I of their goods. Paris:—No renewal of rela/ tions with the German Socia lists, no peace at the present juncture, war to the knife, as the Entente Allied are sure of victory. 39th December, 1915. London, 29th. Governor, Bahamas. Official News December 28th: — Headquarters r/.Vits that the eriqmy sprang n mine Southeast of Hohenzollern Redoubt. We consolidated near the edge of the c rater. We bombarded trenches South of Lille Armentieres railway. EltsCwhtFe 'v.'.'amqiivl. --enemy attacks Champagne and yosges failed. The French liner Ville Ciotot was sunk in the Mediterranean. Kighty lives were lost. Russian torp< do craft destroyed enemy sailing vessejs* in the Black Sea and subsequently repulsed attack of enemy submarines, one of which is believed to have been sunk. The Russians have occupied Assadabad West of Ramadan, in Persia. They also fought an engagement South' W< st of Teheran. There is no change at Saloniki. (Signed) BONAR LAW. London: —Survivors of the French liner Ciotat .number 280. There were 80 drowned when the steamer .sunk off the Island of Crete. According to news advices the submarine which destroyed /T Wear A rmbri step's Shoes LATBD


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N vil Ihis addlclga |\irare In verb* mniilal,
BeinK bound to swear to the Dogma.* of no Master.
VOL. *U|.
Nane&u. N. P.. Bahama*. WEDNESDAY December. 29. 1915.

-**
NO. 29
L OILBKICHDUI'LCH,
Editor and I'mfrietor.
ORRIO.K:
Corner Shirley & Charlotte St.
Anssflu, .V. r, llnhmas
phone an i>. o. i RATES
Monday, Wednoday ami Friday
tingle com........
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^lutdfly single opy
Weekly ......'
Monthly
Quarterly
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I'AVARUC IN AllVANCK
AdWtlling IC.t.s:-s,x penc, ,. ,
Jorfirat in ..-it.....: three pence pei line
foi lecond ineertion ; ami oue|ienin per
line (or uibanutgl iiiHi'tioiK.
Advertisement! undei eight line
Addington House
Dec. 29th 191 k.
^ In sympa t h v with the
Church mi England .'Hid in all
flfrbability acting in harmo-
ny witli the Chun ii through-
out the Empire, i have in-
vited every parish in New
Providence to unite in a
Solemn act of SUPPI.ICA
now
I he Afternoon of SI'X
DAY (JAN and) is the select
ed time for the United Service.
^ The various Parochial
Chiors v-iii meet in the
Church Hai.i. at 3.4^ p.m.
1 he Congregations will as
semble in the Street between
the Church Hall and the
Cathedral (West Front.)
A Procession will then be
formed, which will move on
the same route as in the last
year. (The Proi ession will
end in the Cathedral, where
an address will he given and
'the Church I.ttany sung.
The faithiul are entreated to
present themselves at their
.out the remainder of thedav,
>>WILFRID, NASSAU
We beg to draw our reader's
attention to the announce-
ment which appears in an-
other column, of a concert by
the Bahamas Boy Scouts in
aid of the funds of the Baha-
mian League ol the Cross of
Geneva, to-morrow night at
8. p.m.
MAILS.
Foreign Mails to be des-
patched via Miami, Fla, per
"Frances K", will be made up
and 1 losed on Friday next,
the 31st insi, at 8a.m".
sons for doing so and for be-
lieving the project was doom-
ed to failure. "Thedemocra
tic: method employed bv the
managers of the expedition
is repugnant to my princi-
ples",, she said.
Radiograms-
December 28th, 1915.
London, 26: Christmas
passed without heavy fight-
ing anywhere on the Europe-
an fronts. It passed also with-
out a truce which gave a
touch of humanity to Christ-
mas Day a yi ;'r ago.
I he United Kingdom how-
evei witnessed a general
abandonment of the truce be-
tween political parties.
Christmas broke over the
British Western front wet
and blowing, and altogether
cheerless. As morning ad
vanced the Sun struggled
through mists, and by the
time of the soldiers .dinner
it was.quite fine and very
mild. The day was unevent-
ful in the extreme. Plenty
of gun lire was prohibited,
thus making conditions as
comfortable as possible.
New York, 26:New York
and New England states
have had a serious storm and
a number of lives have been
lost. There was rain, hail
and snow accompanied bv a
ninety mile gale. Consider-
able property damage was
done.
Mot Springs:-- Congress
will be uijt.d by President
Wilsol to .concentrate its
alteuttTm unon the adminis
trations nati%al defense pro-
gramme immemntely-aftet
the Christmas holidays.
Arras, 26th: Hundreds of
big shells tore the air over
Anas all Friday after noon.
The echoes of these wese
the last compliments of the
season and the fire had
no sooner died ,n\vav than
Stockholm. Via London,
20: Mrs Inez Milhollaud
Boissevain of New York who
withdrew from theFord peace
party Saturday presented to ,
a pubhc meeting of the dele-[profit at i*percent on capital
gates a statement of her rea- invested and could increase
life began ;to show" itsdf
through re-opened cellar
doors and windows in prepar
tion for the usual Christmas
live festivities.
Washington, 2f>:-OQi; ia!
information concerning the
sinking of the Japanese liner
Yasko Mam still was lacking
both at the.state department
and at the Japanese Embassy.
Washington, 2f>:Invcs
tigation has disclosed the
department of commerce
announced yesterday that
American hosiery manufact
urers who.opposed tariff cuts
>n knit goods are making a
that margin through better
methods in the manufacture
I of their goods.
, Paris:No renewal of rela/
tions with the German Socia
lists, no peace at the present
juncture, war to the knife,
as the Entente Allied are
sure of victory.
39th December, 1915.
London, 29th.
Governor,
Bahamas.
Official News December
28th: Headquarters r/.Vits
that the eriqmy sprang n
mine Southeast of Hohen-
zollern Redoubt. We conso-
lidated near the edge of the
c rater. We bombarded
trenches South of Lille Ar-
mentieres railway. EltsCwhtFe
'v.'.'amqiivl. --enemy attacks
Champagne and yosges fail-
ed.
The French liner Ville
Ciotot was sunk in the Medit-
erranean. Kighty lives were
lost.
Russian torp< do craft des-
troyed enemy sailing vessejs*
in the Black Sea and subse-
quently repulsed attack of
enemy submarines, one of
which is believed to have
been sunk.
The Russians have occupi-
ed Assadabad West of Ram-
adan, in Persia. They also
fought an engagement South'
W< st of Teheran. There is no
change at Saloniki.
(Signed)
BONAR LAW.
London: Survivors of the
French liner Ciotat .number
280. There were 80 drowned
when the steamer .sunk off
the Island of Crete. Accord-
ing to news advices the
submarine which destroyed
/T
Wear A rmbri step's Shoes
LATBD


the steamer flew tWAustrian
flag.
Paris: Vienn;
that the impressj
in Austro-Hung;
circles that the
reply to the Ai
on the sinking of
will bring diploi
ture.
jvice say
prevails
n official
irthcoming
iriran note
le Ancona
uatic rup-
Paris:There are artillery
engagements of great activity
over the whole front in Vos-
ges district.
Geneva*Vienna news ad-
vices state that Chancellor
Von Bethmann Holwegg is
expected in Vienna shortly
with full conditions under
which the Central Powers
will accept peace. Germany
will suggest that the first
conference be held at The
Hague.
London:The steamer
Vonstirum has been sunk.
The crew are safe.
29th December, 1915.
New York.The Federal
Grand Jury has indicted for
conspiring to foment strikes
American munitions far
torn s, Cohgression Buchanan
of Illinois; Robert Fowler,
ex-Congressman of Illinois;
Frank Monnett former At-
tornev General of Ohio;
I >a\ id Lamarand JacobTay-
lor, Presidents of labour Na-
tional Peace Council; Franz
Von Rintelen, German agent;
II. B. Martin and Herman
Scbulteis. With the except-
tion of Lamar and Kintelen
the men indicted are all offi-
cers of the council. The gov-
ern ment claims that Von
Kintelen formed and finan-
ced the council. The latter
i^ iiMva prisoner in England
on fraudulent passport
charges.
Athens:Aeroplanes of the
Allii sat Salonikl report that
Germans and the Bulgarians
show no signs of taking the
offensive.
London: It is feared that
the British force of 30.000
at Kutel Amara is surround-
ed by a superior force of
Turks. The Turks made a
breach in the defences and
left 200 dead inside. The
force withdrawn from France
may be going to their as-
sistance.
London:A crisis is feared
in the cabinet over conscrip-
tion. It is reported that
David Lloyd George threat
ens to resign unless Premier
Asquith consents to draft
single men before calling on
married men to serve.
Berlin:It is reported that
the Italian king has been
wounded and is in hospital.
German artillery stopped
train movements at Soissons,
l'okio:Japanese liners
have abandoned the Suez
Canal route and will sail via
Good Hope.
Washington:A storm of
marked intensity is over Ala-
bama and moving Northeast.
The wind will become easter-
ly bv Wednesday morning
and increase to gale force
Storm warnings are display-
ed from Cape Henry t<>. New
York, also qu- .the Florida
Peninsula.
New York:Mr. Bryan who
liad aTt^n^ed passage by the
iitftterdam lomonow to join the
Ford peace party has cancelled
Excursion to Miami
Round Trip $10
"Per Frances E." sailing Friday Morning
December 31st at 8 o'clock. >-
This allows three days in Miami
All particulars at Office
FRANCES E.
Xassau, N. P., Dec. 27 1915
Colonial Bathing Beach
THE Colonial Bathing Reach (Saratoga) opened for the
Season 011 Dec. 14th. General admission to grounds 111
eluding fruit, lunch and bathing, one shilling or twenty
five cents. Tickets will be sold at the Park including
the above admission and ferry both ways for two shillings or
fifty cents. Bolts will leave n't intervals commencing at 10 a.m.
liming the bathing hours. A definite schedule will be announc-
ed later.
f
.iis reservation. Brand Whit-
lock. Minister to Belguim,Colo-
nel House diplomatic agent of
President Wilson and Captain
B03 Ed, Dismissed German Mili
tary Attache will sail on the
Rotterdam.
DRINK-
Welch's Grape Juice.
WILL be given in S. An-
drew's Hall on Tburs-
day, Dec. 30th at 8 p.m. by
Bahamas Boy Scouts
in aid of the B fi h a m i a n
League of the Cross of Ge-
neva.
Admission is. to be paid
at the door.
For Rent
A SIX room cottage with
bath attached, near Pri
son and Fort Fincastle.
Apply JOS. LAING,
BlueHilLSt '
PRICES
Quarts, 2s. 3d. each.
Pints, Is. 4d.,
15s. per doz.
J Pints, 9d.
8s. 6d. per doz.
\ Pints, 5d.
4s. 6d. per doz.
T BLACK'S 222 Bay St.
and The Nassau Candy Kitchen,
^Wfc' Hotel Colonial.
Williams' Shoes Are Better


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