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OILBKIIT DUI'L'L'M, 0 Editor ard Prop\ OFFIOK: Corner A THO.N I per iStDLISH1 )A!LV When we saw the Hardy Rolle 3 o, Mrs. T. course as it appeared to-day, Roll i o, Rai In 1 B ilfoui it was extremely hard to beI Mrs. Charlotte Rolle 1 o, Mr. lieve that not so long ago it I. Rolle ; v MR Hardy was little better than a mo Rolle i o, Mrs. Johnson 1 o, rass, and that sportsmen of Mr. Isaac Hyler 3 o, Mr. S. another sort have shot Eng Lockhart 4 o, Mrs. I Rig I lish snipe in that neighbour mes Rigby si 0, I ho id. Mis I. Mi. Zac .;;•, %  •• j;j, Tl ced Rigby 1 6, Mr. Felix Thurs*!ui.i'tin ; ... ,j (1 fine sport, thi Heat SI il jdland tlic Governor's cup in particular being ki enly ti sted from start to finish. In the latter event, "Kitoh ener", ridden by Mr. Pritchard, N kVednesfi > P '• r uariefly V irly... ... is, 4s. 9 s 186 I 6d •At \m.ii\ U)VANOE > % %  I line %  %  P" H"e l, v declining to ke< I I in I ; I I , 1 B 1 < 1 .1 for M v "ertien em ;,: lines is. track, he clean <1 the bound ry wall, spilling his jo< I o j — ton 3 o, Mr. M 1 %  < Rigby 2 o. B IND CAY. HI 1 .\ Mi. Mul ins p LINDS1 V. Mr. II Johnson 1 o, Mr. T. Burrows 2 11. \h .1 Ch u Iton 4 o, Mr .1. Mill Mr. .1. < 1 J. St 1 I Mr. Gfoc tribune Thursday, December 30, 1915. fortunately without injuring M. Ma d. Mr. J. John him. We appi id thi Ri sull of urlongs. / BAHAMAS RACING AND POLO ASSOCIATION. 1 meet of the the Ri HEAT Stakes 1 1 Prizi : ist 5 S ivs., 2nd 2 S ivs., Winner, tsl Heat, Lola Mi E. L. Johns* >n, %  %  ond: Flight Mi J. Frei .... mm. r 11-111 .MI .1 r icn, %  •' toi >k i) ,i, e \\\T 1 11 %  , I W inner, 2nd Heat, !• ash r "; ; i1 wea Mi F.Claridge, ..uLJi r heatte ": -Mrllsaacs. fcnaWW v he atten1 rge as it ill c >n in the M ason only .-! few of our I.I ITLE HARBOUR. Mr. Wil >ii2 o, Mr. 1 m I d. Mrs. Lilian J 6d Mrs. <)Hve Johnson 6d., Mi -. Ethel John. Mi N ithaniel John %  on 1 o, Mrs. I lenretta Johnson '(i. -Mr Ishmi ;il Light -Mr|l "FinnWuia; f, urne 2 "' Ml h A JS ert l ha MrE. L. Johwon,/ a Flasli ^ vS'li M.. JJ Johnson : o, Mr. \\ ilham J nson.1 • Mr F. C port I P nt. t, time, 'i 11 rs duiiii ks, wi As it was, a goiid number 1 I both loc i people and visitirs • ti ndanco, and a %  -A 5 made. Promotors of lhes< its are deserving of • 11 -t praise for all that y have accomplished in th short time thai the Association has been inexistence. Joseph W '. he track itself is in first f lass condition, and affords vi ry goi id going for the 11r 1 i' ith of the stand-, are subntially constructed, and rd a good view of the whole c< ui I' %  %  1 improvements have bi a made 1 bat call for special ii' it; p, one is the new cl aran el hat has been made for the accomodation of cars : ai riages, the 01 her is the 1 •-, ellenl road leading West Hay Strei t, just f.\ very close fini I HE DONKEY SI AKES Prize 15s. rs1 M ,,-,-Mi j>, ,,,sir, Astwood, When one CR \i'CAY. Mr. Deal 2 o, Mrs. I 30, Mr. Rufu Mi Roberl Fox 6d. FR \ZER3 HOC. CAY. Mr. |oseph 11 Mis. Balfour 20, Mi ( rke 1 8fcd. Total >'; 5J. — ;o: I Iffi -. I 1 nchun h London, E C. Christmas 1915. indebted for the very daily necessaries of life. At one time it could li" truly said that Britain v the only great maritime 11ation without a provision \tn its Merchant seamen, but v it h the establishment of the Royal \1IV( d Aged Men hant mi u's Institution t h a t stigm was removed, and 1, n half a century this greal National Charity h ided a Home or Pension for thous tnds of aged and destitute seamen of thi British Men antile Mo ine. Like many other old estabihed Insl itution • the "R< %  %  Alfred" has fell the pinch of war conditiims and theomill e 1 i t i o n of the numi n funds for w< 11 thj obji Is a iug 1 mi of the present N tional crisi. An earnesl appeal is therefore mad.to Brit" >ns in all parts "I the woi Id t< 1 help the Co imittei of this old Sail* Charity to maki good the di li ien y and to an %  1 the urgent "signals ol distn f 1 hundreds 1 if hard press d ma: mi is win have giv< n the besl years of tin ir lijfes in iervice of thi ii Cowiti \. Co kindlj i lo tin Royal Alfred Insi. tution ;it 58, Fern hur< h Si London. I-.. (.'.. w ill b( fully acknowledge d by Y ms I aithfulh J. BAILY WALKER. Si en tarj. b the Editor. considers the truly greal and hi roic parl British Merchant S amen are ihi Goll Link-. We an 11 takinginthe War, their claim issummon upoi] tne ,,,., us onsideraed for api iai I I 1 lion ()f ;iI1 j s unquestionably Police mil • on F nday, 31SI s tablishi d. Dec. li. 1. I 1 drawn::.; of 'n i;1 ,„„. ,,| tliesebrave fel District I I or the en | ows should stand in nei I of suingyear.an required to be a helping hand when forced in attendance promptly the time and pi; %  na vrould be. one Radiograms ith I ><'( mbi 1. 1915. 1. mdi a 27th: Although \ was a holidaj in England the members ol the 1 abi returned hurriedly I: tinseine1 if their Chi isl mas for an imporlanl : 111:; at which W,is disCU 1 I e Derby recruiting or affliction to abanhem andoth 1 rswhic' The Bahamian Red Cross Ciild Wll \1 E CAY fl I 1' ventures to affirm, an ingraparliamenl re convent must be thi shed out when titude to th se to w hom as a |y Britain owes her commercial prospei ii;.. and whom t o a de Whal C o, Mr most apparent of late she is talked of. I he pai li nentary situation '( m tinues full of um 111111iurs and some changes in gr eel the 1 abinel are bi ing w i



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the offensive and killed y British, put remainder to flight, and captured a quanity of booty. News from the other war fronts continue to show there are no important develop-! ments. The Russ ansare winning successes against weak, | i nemj [or i s in Persia, the British in South Persia have had some severe fighting with the lurks without materially altering the situation. i )n the Western front tin re There is a possibility that Sir I'M ward Grey's health may compel him to leave the ea binet altlioughjheattended to days meeting. I^e sudden return of WinChurchill to England liki vise i the basis of many rumours. David Lloyd recc ved an ovation in holiday crowds when he u rived at Downing Stn et the cabiw t mv tin lh D< lib r, ; ,15. London, -;th: -Thedepar-1 ; huir t(l orl v pt m iI the Indian army fiom nor artillery and bombing .pi ration:-. I : nee for another held of action was the bosl important e of the days n< The resumption of TeutonI British p [submarine a< tivity is evi 1 : 1 1 d. W liether th n %  ;i <> %  V\ a jced | )V tne sinking ol a 1 • %  : P ot fhalf dozen ships in the p isl mia is not announ. sd. In Wl (^ j ne loss both lives in the case of 30th Dei ember, 1915London:—The Russians after 1 occupying Kashan, Persia, are marching on Ispahan, 'the Russians continue their fierce at tacks in Southern Galicia and irabia probably with in 1 tention of diverting the teutons] attention from the Allies in the. Balkans. ; Berlin:—The French offeni in t hc Vosges,at Hirtzstein and Hartmannsweilerkopt oro down during the night. New York:—The Battleship Texas has been awarded silvi t ,1 From the Holland V Steamship Compan) in appreciation of the n passengers and crew • mship Ryndam ofl Ni tuckel last May. The bi tt South Carolina rec d ilai gift, as itaided NOTICE r to inform the public [indersi ;ned is prepared at Market Apply DOUGLAS BAIN %  • Has St. ,., Lon i Bran h, The Creek. Thii that to price u nably all lies of Indian tn 1 the Fren< h 1 Villa d< laCiotat, while b itl iads of the 1 JAS. A. EVANS UNDF.R-TAKf-R. . %  I 1 B h is f 1 and • ibli ed this %  1 : a o : %  A and n inscomprisn : I pliedal Ti rms reas Satisfaction Guaranteed as. ' .... idua t at %  1"-. In Egyptian operations on Chi istmas Day inst 00 Tripolitan the Egyptian theatre willed fc raDS near Marsamatru there I 1 "i official denialfrom the wasc0 mplete success the en press Bureau win h states thai there hn: bi en no fightth" British and The 1 urkish official com m mi ati in >enl 0 it toda) win h 1 1 limed su \ in Washington:\ m etorm swept the Eastern p rt tates d lelayingl us ing its worsl rain ii are. 1 ondi n: a modified form < 1 embi 1 v K elatives claimingSi paration A 11 o w a 11 ( e from membi 1of the Si cond Bahamas Contingent, should be pn si nl at the Treasury Satuiday 8th January 1 where payment will be r Up to that date tod< | endi nts whose claims have be< 11 ap proved. Bj Older, R. 11. C CF WVFORD Foreiiner: I haven't I a w( 11 cooked nee I've %  en in Nassau. J/assauv/an: -Havi trii I i %  c Robei Foreigner: No. Nassauvian: Trj him 0 and you will try I All are welcom:: Com. now if you want to ta-te the I the bi %  : r produ Advertise in The Tribune. At UTJL t\ TED



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Nvilltus addictus lurare in veiba manlM, Beint! bound loiwetr to the Dogmas of no Master. VOL. XIII. Nassau. N. P.. Bahamas. THURSDAY December. *0. 1915, *' NO. 50 Russia's Friends and Foes A N interview with SergiuS ian Ministei of Foreign Affairs. 1 i jor) M isoo, was commisned bj lln "(lulli ol<" to interview .\I prod i c txtrai is from ilie report of ili" interview, "In forty minutes I must start for Field I le iriquartei s, where I go to see the Em t\ i ring rapi \\y in English, wlii :h a< quired its perfi ct ac cent and intonation during the twelve years that h I irst Sei i<4Hw n')d Chi i.: 1 d at the Russian F.mbassy in Lon d n. "X'. i %  .. H hat do you want %  tal "Is HiB Ik iti si i it i< MI —" I began, but he interrupted. "The B ill. HI qui sti m i a bya pt< r, mi ini ul-'it "I tin war, not at all the main or deciding i u The war will be si I where it really began, in Ie 1 gium and in Poll "Bui is there not a danger that the war will en I leaving Belgium or Poland or both in th • p issession of <' %  rmany ?" "Noi Hie slightest," he replied, his voii i i : as hi earnestness im reasi d he Belgian issue is to En 'land and France what the Polish issue is to us. and (lie i"' nations must fight till Belgium and Po. land ai I' idly mangled, \no doubt, from German clutch Ss. 'Bui how can the invasion of ui Balkans by the Centra > Jered mi relj ii incidi nl in the light of the ictrines of Pan.Slavism ? Are ins to abnndnn their Ser ii'. brothers lo their fate ?" "Not at all." he crii d, and a | frown knotted hiI i :e ; "but the most direct way for Ru to lie 11 > Servia is to the • iermans in Poland and hammer them back to < Jet many." The newspapers at the timi of this interview wen full of rep nts th it Russia was on the point of attacking Bulgaria, and it \ as rum al Rus sian forces had landed mar Varna, on the Bulgarian Black Sea coast. R< plj ing to a question as to the truth of these rumors, tins man. name figured promim ntly in polychromatic "papers" of the diplom itic coi respondence thai | led the \\ ar. said : "As I h ive jus) inl inialed, the place to sti ike al Bulgai ia is in Poland, and I don't belief i I will lie a direct in\asion of Bui garia ; cei tainly not on her coast lim the natural difficulties antremend* >us. Bui Balkans are no longer in the /.one of diplomacy, and you shou'd seek such information, not from me, but from the mili i iry author!tii s "Then tli n e is no longer hope of winning Greece and Rurmi nia bj the methods of diploma The B tlkan question is now a question for the si ratcgists of the allie I General Staffs. A plain show of force will count for much with tin se linle na lions. I'm not qualified to speak on mat ters of strati luit I can say, however, that Russia is I ; Red with (he v ay her allies are In Iping in Balkans." "Do you expei t any moona tions to ir, youi I.V elleiu \ ?" "No, I do not. At least not on Germany's side." "Won't the Kaiser's royal connections in Greece and Roumania bring him additional al lies?" "No, I'm not worrying about that. I am confident Rum will keep her faith des| iti I offers of the perfidii n Get a I despite hinatioi the treacherous Ferdinand of Bulgaria. "For would it not be absurd for Rumania, with five million people, to attack' Russia, with hundred and eighty million? The mo h i uid hope to gain would he parts of B< ssara bia, which in its Entirety con tains only six liui'.tl it d thousand Rumanians, and by this she would be only laying up tr< uble for herself,for Russia wilhflevw nil', ssarabia permanent!). Put if Rumania comes with the Allies sin can hope to gain In e million Rumanians in 1 na and Tl BUS) hania. "And you believe tl it the Balkan qui stion will not e im p riant at the peace conference aft r the war ?" "No. Poland and Belgium will be all important till re. "If the Allies could cut through Bulgaria and shut ofl nunication between P' rlin and Constantinople, would there not be a good cliam %  ii bringing the Turks to a separ a te pi ace ?" I asked. Not answering directly, he said: "What if the Germans are getting through to Constan tinopla ? What can they do there ? Blocked at the Darda nelles, the) can do their cause no good in Constantinople. Their slap at the Balkans, like their campaign in Poland and their suhm nine warfare, is the ii rate floundei ing effort of .in animal at haw We had to ' %  LJ I U W ietire before t 1 em in Poland. and Galicia b< i ause we short of ammunition and guns, and even had to send men i the trenches unarmed, but now the stuff is coining in, and when we get enough we'll scatter the Germansasa heavs hail-storm ttersanofd ladies' pici When the qui stion above was repeated, the Foreign Mm ister replied directly that feared there was little chance of getting Turkey into a separate peace, but he added, with emphasis and with a characteristic sardonic grin .and tightening of the "This will he the em Turk in Europe, and it's high time, too. Of course you can t Kti rminate a whole pi : l *> ,, but the barbarous rule of Turkey in Europe must end lor ever." The Pole-:, v. ')!'a %  hi, ,,, sparkli d again an 1 the • mance returned to his voice. | loyal; '. and wil ; i very gi al conci r. Vi r) great in • |, slow emI has "In this post bellum dial tion of rewi rid favors I i of Russia, will not the interests i f tl e Jews • ntei 'ol the Pol flict?" -Aha !" lie cried, jumping from his chair and rubbing his hands with enthusiasm. "You knowthi I 0 nemii s the Jews. The) have r< nlized ll 1A : • of ti e Ji ws even Letter than we. The Poles are a brave, loyal | i ople." "There will I greal n< ed of English and French capital in I',,. ft, the war, and tl your American business n that lure is the chance ol H niv. German) had i I nual trade of seven I million rubles with us before the i' ftinm lon 1thpa Wear Armbr'ister's Shoes Al UT/L A TBD


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Nvilltus addictus lurare in veiba manlM,
Beint! bound loiwetr to the Dogmas of no Master.
VOL. XIII.
Nassau. N. P.. Bahamas. THURSDAY December. *0. 1915,
___ *'
NO. 50
Russia's Friends
and Foes
AN interview with SergiuS
ian Ministei
of Foreign Affairs.
1 i jor) M isoo, was commis-
ned bj lln "(lulli ol<" to in-
terview .\I pro-
d i c txtrai is from ilie report
of ili" interview,
"In forty minutes I must start
for Field I le iriquartei s, where I
go to see the Em
t\ i ring rapi \\y in English,
wlii :h a< quired its perfi ct ac
cent and intonation during the
twelve years that h I irst
Sei i<4Hw n')d Chi i.:1' d
at the Russian F.mbassy in Lon
d n. "X'. i .. h hat do you want
tal
"Is Hi- B Ik iti si i it i I began, but he interrupted.
"The B ill. hi qui sti m i a by-
a pt< r, mi ini ul-'it "I tin war,
not at all the main or deciding
i u The war will be si I
where it really began, in Ie 1
gium and in Poll
"Bui is there not a danger
that the war will en I leaving
Belgium or Poland or both in
th p issession of <' rmany ?"
"Noi Hie slightest," he re-
plied, his voii i i : as hi
earnestness im reasi d he
Belgian issue is to En 'land and
France what the Polish issue is
to us. and (lie i"' nations
must fight till Belgium and Po.
land ai I' idly mangled,
\no doubt, from German clutch
Ss.
'Bui how can the invasion of
ui Balkans by the Centra
> Jered mi relj
ii incidi nl in the light of the
ictrines of Pan.Slavism ? Are
ins to abnndnn their Ser
ii'. brothers lo their fate ?"
"Not at all." he crii d, and a
| frown knotted hi- I i :e ; "but
the most direct way for Ru
to lie 11 > Servia is to the
iermans in Poland and hammer
them back to < Jet many."
The newspapers at the timi
of this interview wen full of
rep nts th it Russia was on the
point of attacking Bulgaria,
and it \ as rum al Rus
sian forces had landed
mar Varna, on the Bulgarian
Black Sea coast. R< plj ing to
a question as to the truth of
these rumors, tins man.
name figured promim ntly in
polychromatic "papers" of
the diplom itic coi respondence
thai | led the \\ ar. said :
"As I h ive jus) inl inialed, the
place to sti ike al Bulgai ia is in
Poland, and I don't belief i I
will lie a direct in\asion of Bui
garia ; cei tainly not on her
coast lim the natural
difficulties an- tremend* >us. Bui
Balkans are no longer in the
/.one of diplomacy, and you
shou'd seek such information,
not from me, but from the mili
i iry author!tii s "
"Then tli n e is no longer hope
of winning Greece and Rurmi
nia bj the methods of diploma
" The B tlkan question is now
a question for the si ratcgists of
the allie I General Staffs. A
plain show of force will count
for much with tin se linle na
lions. I'm not qualified to
speak on mat ters of strati
luit I can say, however, that
Russia is I; Red with (he v ay
her allies are In Iping in
Balkans."
"Do you expei t any moo- na
tions to ir, youi
I.V elleiu \ ?"
"No, I do not. At least not
on Germany's side."
"Won't the Kaiser's royal
connections in Greece and Rou-
mania bring him additional al
lies?"
"No, I'm not worrying about
that. I am confident Rum
will keep her faith des| iti I
offers of the perfidii n Get a
I despite hinatioi
the treacherous Ferdinand of
Bulgaria.
"For would it not be absurd
for Rumania, with five million
people, to attack' Russia, with
hundred and eighty million?
The mo h i uid hope to
gain would he parts of B< ssara
bia, which in its Entirety con
tains only six liui'.tlit d thousand
Rumanians, and by this she
would be only laying up tr< uble
for herself,for Russia wilhflevw
. nil', ssarabia permanent!).
Put if Rumania comes with the
Allies sin can hope to gain In e
million Rumanians in 1
na and Tl BUS) hania.
"And you believe tl it the
Balkan qui stion will not e im
p riant at the peace conference
aft r the war ?"
"No. Poland and Belgium
will be all important till re. '
"If the Allies could cut
through Bulgaria and shut ofl
. nunication between P' rlin
and Constantinople, would
there not be a good cliam ii
bringing the Turks to a separ
a te pi ace ?" I asked.
Not answering directly, he
said: "What if the Germans
are getting through to Constan
tinopla ? What can they do
there ? Blocked at the Darda
nelles, the) can do their cause
no good in Constantinople.
Their slap at the Balkans, like
their campaign in Poland and
their suhm nine warfare, is the
ii rate floundei ing effort of
.in animal at haw We had to
'.'. -* ____LJIUW
ietire before t1 em in Poland.
and Galicia b< i ause we
short of ammunition and guns,
and even had to send men i
the trenches unarmed, but now
the stuff is coining in, and when
we get enough we'll scatter the
Germansasa heavs hail-storm
ttersanofd ladies' pici
When the qui stion above
was repeated, the Foreign Mm
ister replied directly that
feared there was little chance
of getting Turkey into a separ-
ate peace, but he added, with
emphasis and with a character-
istic sardonic grin .and tighten-
ing of the
"This will he the em
Turk in Europe, and it's high
time, too. Of course you can t
, Kti rminate a whole pi : l *>
,, but the barbarous rule of
Turkey in Europe must end lor
ever."
The Pole-:, v. ')!'a
hi, ,,, sparkli d again an 1 the
mance returned to his voice.
| loyal;
'. and wil
; i very gi al conci
r. Vi r) great in
, |, slow em-
I has
"In this post bellum dial
tion of rewi rid favors I i
of Russia, will not
the interests i f tl e Jews
ntei '- ol the Pol
flict?"
-Aha !" lie cried, jumping
from his chair and rubbing his
hands with enthusiasm. "You
know- thi I 0 nemii s
the Jews. The) have r< nlized
ll1A : of ti e Ji ws even
Letter than we. The Poles are
a brave, loyal | i ople."
"There will I greal n< ed of
English and French capital in
I',,. ft, the war, and tl
your American business n
that lure is the chance ol h
niv. German) had i I
nual trade of seven I
million rubles with us before the
i' ftinm lon 1thpa
Wear Armbr'ister's Shoes
Al UT/L A TBD


OILBKIIT DUI'L'L'M,
0
Editor ard Prop\
OFFIOK:
Corner
A
THO.N I
per
iSt-
DLISH1
)A!LV
When we saw the Hardy Rolle 3 o, Mrs. T.
course as it appeared to-day, Roll i o, Rai In 1 B ilfoui
it was extremely hard to be- I Mrs. Charlotte Rolle 1 o, Mr.
lieve that not so long ago it I. Rolle ; v Mr Hardy
was little better than a mo Rolle i o, Mrs. Johnson 1 o,
rass, and that sportsmen of Mr. Isaac Hyler 3 o, Mr. S.
another sort have shot Eng Lockhart 4 o, Mrs. I Rig
I lish snipe in that neighbour mes Rigby si 0,
I ho id. Mis I. Mi. Zac
.;;, j;j, Tl ced Rigby 1 6, Mr. Felix Thurs-
*!ui.i'- tin ; ... ,j(1 fine sport, thi Heat SI il
jdland tlic Governor's cup in
particular being ki enly
ti sted from start to finish.
In the latter event, "Kitoh
ener", ridden by Mr.
Pritchard,
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ins p
LINDS1 V.
Mr. II Johnson 1 o, Mr. T.
Burrows 2 11. \h .1 Ch u Iton
4 o, Mr .1. Mill Mr. .1.
< 1 J. St 1 I Mr.
Gfoc tribune
Thursday, December 30, 1915.
fortunately without injuring M. Ma d. Mr. J. John
him.
We appi id thi Ri sull of
urlongs.
/
BAHAMAS RACING AND POLO
ASSOCIATION.
1 meet of the
the Ri
HEAT Stakes 1 1
Prizi : ist 5 S ivs., 2nd 2
S ivs., Winner, tsl Heat,
Lola Mi E. L. Johns* >n,
ond: Flight Mi J. Frei
.... mm. r 11-111 .mi .1 r icn,
- ' toi >k i) ,i, e \\\t 1 11 ,
. I W inner, 2nd Heat, ! ash
' r ";;i1 wea' Mi F.Claridge, ..uLJi
' rheatte": -Mrllsaacs. fcnaWW
v
he atten-
1 rge as it
ill c >n in the m ason
only .-! few of our
I.I ITLE HARBOUR.
Mr. Wil >ii2 o,
Mr. 1 m I d. Mrs.
Lilian J 6d Mrs. <)Hve
Johnson 6d., Mi -. Ethel John-
. Mi N ithaniel John
on 1 o, Mrs. I lenretta John-
son '(i. -Mr Ishmi ;il Light
-Mr|l "FinnWuia; f,urne 2 "' Mlh AJSertlha
MrE. L. Johwon,/a Flasli ^ vS'li
m.. JJ Johnson : o, Mr. \\ ilham
J nson.1
Mr F. C
port
I
P
nt.

t, time, 'i 11 ist
CKNEY STAKES
.
Mr. R. Wi 1 ch, 2nd
6 ,1;r Breeze Mr E. Saundi
rem< dy.
Tl G Cup.
Pi ize Winner of th
1-1 |-'l, el Eo -I MrJ. Fr< n :h,
2no Dn zzi I Mr C D< Gn
/
vftil >rs duiiii
ks, wi
As it was, a goiid number 1 I
both loc i people and visit- irs
ti ndanco, and a
-a 5 made.
Promotors of lhes<
its are deserving of
11 -t praise for all that
y have accomplished in
th short time thai the Asso-
ciation has been inexistence. Joseph W
'. he track itself is in first
f lass condition, and affords
vi ry goi id going for the 11r 1
i' ith of the stand-, are sub-
ntially constructed, and
rd a good view of the
whole c< ui
I' 1 improvements have
bi a made 1 bat call for spe-
cial ii' it; p, one is the new
cl aran el hat has been made
for the accomodation of cars
: ai riages, the 01 her is the
1 -, ellenl road leading
West Hay Strei t, just
f.\ very close fini
I HE DONKEY SI AKES
Prize 15s. rs1 M ,,-,- -Mi j>, ,,,- sir,
Astwood, When one
CR \i'- CAY.
Mr. Deal 2 o, Mrs.
I 30, Mr. Rufu
Mi Roberl Fox 6d.
FR \ZER3 HOC. CAY.
Mr. |oseph 11 Mis.
Balfour 20, Mi ( rke 1 8fcd.
Total >'; 5J.
;o:
I Iffi -. I 1 nchun h
London, E C.
Christmas 1915.
indebted for the very daily
necessaries of life.
At one time it could li"
truly said that Britain v
the only great maritime 11a-
tion without a provision \tn
its Merchant seamen, but
v it h the establishment of the
Royal \1IV( d Aged Men hant
mi u's Institution t h a t
stigm was removed, and 1, n
half a century this greal Na-
tional Charity h ided a
Home or Pension for thou-
s tnds of aged and destitute
seamen of thi British Men an-
tile Mo ine.
Like many other old estab-
ihed Insl itution the "R<
Alfred" has fell the pinch of
war conditiims and theomi-
ll e 1 i t i o n of the numi n
funds for w< 11 thj obji Is a
. iug 1 mi of the present N
tional crisi.
An earnesl appeal is there-
fore mad.- to Brit" >ns in all
parts "I the woi Id t< 1 help the
Co imittei of this old Sail*
Charity to maki good the
di li ien y and to an 1 the
urgent "signals ol distn
f.....1 hundreds 1 if hard press
. d ma: mi is win have giv< n
the besl years of tin ir lijfes in
iervice of thi ii Cowiti \.
Co kindlj i
lo tin Royal Alfred Insi.
tution ;it 58, Fern hur< h Si .
London. I-.. (.'.. w ill b(
fully acknowledge d by
Y ms I aithfulh
J. BAILY WALKER.
Si en tarj.
b the Editor.
considers the
truly greal and hi roic parl
British Merchant S amen are

ihi Goll Link-.
We an 11 takinginthe War, their claim
issummon upoi] tne ,,,.,.....us onsidera-
ed for api iai I I 1 lion ()f ;iI1 js unquestionably
Police mil on F nday, 31SI stablishi d.
Dec. li. 1. I 1 drawn::.; of 'ni;1, ,. ,,| tliesebrave fel
District I I or the en |ows should stand in nei I of
suingyear.an required to be a helping hand when forced
in attendance promptly
the time and pi; na vrould be. one

Radiograms
ith I ><'( mbi 1. 1915.
1. mdi a 27th: Although
\ was a holidaj in Engl-
and the members ol the 1 abi
returned hurriedly I:
tin- seine- 1 if their Chi isl mas
for an imporlanl
: 111:; at which W,is disCU -
1 I e Derby recruiting
or affliction to aban- hem andoth 1 rswhic'
The Bahamian Red Cross Ciild
Wll \1 E CAY
fl I
1'
ventures to affirm, an ingra- parliamenl re convent
must be thi shed out when
titude to th se to w hom as a
|y Britain owes her com-
mercial prospei ii;.. and
whom
t o
a de
Whal C o, Mr most apparent of late she is talked of.
I he pai li nentary situa-
tion '(mtinues full of um
111111- iurs and some changes in
gr eel the 1 abinel are bi ing w i


the offensive and killed y
British, put remainder to
flight, and captured a quan-
ity of booty.
News from the other war
fronts continue to show there
are no important develop-!
ments. The Russ ansare win-
ning successes against weak-
, | i nemj [or i s in Persia, the
British in South Persia have
had some severe fighting with
the lurks without materially
altering the situation.
i )n the Western front tin re
There is a possibility that
Sir I'M ward Grey's health may
compel him to leave the ea
binet altlioughjheattended to
days meeting.
I^e sudden return of Win-
Churchill to England
liki vise i the basis of many
rumours. David Lloyd
' recc ved an ovation
in holiday crowds when
he u rived at Downing Stn et
the cabiw t mv tin
lh D< lib r, ; ,15.
London, -;th: -Thedepar-1; huir t(l orl v pt mi-
I the Indian army fiom
nor artillery and bombing
. .pi ration:-.
I : nee for another held of
action was the bosl import-
ant e of the days n< The resumption of Teuton-
I British p [submarine a< tivity is evi
1 :11 d. W liether th n
;i <> V\ a jced |)V tne sinking ol a
1 : Potf- half dozen ships in the p isl
mia is not announ. sd. In Wl(^ jne loss
both lives in the case of
30th Dei ember, 1915-
London:The Russians after 1
occupying Kashan, Persia, are
marching on Ispahan, 'the Rus-
sians continue their fierce at
tacks in Southern Galicia and
irabia probably with in 1
tention of diverting the teutons]
attention from the Allies in the.
Balkans. ;
Berlin:The French offeni
in thc Vosges,at Hirtzstein and
Hartmannsweilerkopt oro
down during the night.
New York:The Battleship
Texas has been awarded silvi t
' ,1 From the Holland V
Steamship Compan) in
appreciation of the n
passengers and crew
mship Ryndam ofl Ni
tuckel last May. The bi tt
South Carolina rec d
ilai gift, as itaided
NOTICE
r to inform the public
[indersi ;ned is prepared
at Market
Apply
DOUGLAS BAIN
! Has St.
. ,., Lon i Bran h, The Creek.
Thii
that
to
price
u nably all
lies of Indian tn 1
the Fren< h
1 Villa d< laCiotat, while
b itl iads of the 1
JAS. A. EVANS
UNDF.R-TAKf-R.
. I 1
Bh is f 1
and ibli '
ed this 1
: a o :
A and n
inscomprisn
: I
pliedal
Ti rms reas
Satisfaction Guaranteed
as.
' ...... .... idua It 1- assumed that t missng in the I the
of the Indians in France h |; n ..,,,,,,,,,- Ministre
., ailed by drafts from he B J _._ ,'*
Bi rnai st.
:o:
i l< mix r, 1915.
1 ondon, 29th
Governor
!' hamas.
Official News, December
H ead q u a r t ers in
1' 1 mce reports we explodi d
a mine at Fricourt causing
;1.' .,'!' the enemy considerable da
';ul ,WI mage, there was unusual ar
national |i;,;.,v . !mlv \v, replied
th( king words to thi H|i( llV( |y ,. ] s e w here in
la lian : "Before < there was intense ar
leave France 1 send my dear l;lli n activity, along the en
ant son. Prim 1 front Hartmannsweilers
. armii s which an 1 m the
I',. I K n lorn.
In conm rtion w ilh tonij
announcement it is worth
jog the 1.11 ge and more
imprmant share the youthful
Pi ':, of Wales is tal g in
s of tin 1 ipii It
p ,1 thai the British
public b th at home
the C will re
1I1 ir senst I
1 nidi
gallant son. tne 1 rinci
Wall -, 'A ho has shared with
my ai mi< s the d ngers and
hardships of the 1 ampaign to
thank you in my nami
kofp. Here the French cai 1 ii d
enemy treni hi capturing a
bout a hundred pnsoni 1 ,
In Gal ria fighting of des-
pi rate cl arncti r contin >t at
1"-. In Egyptian
operations on Chi istmas Day
inst 00 Tripolitan
the Egyptian theatre willed fcraDS near Marsamatru there
I 1 "i official denialfrom the wasc0mplete success the en
press Bureau win h states
thai there hn: bi en no fight-
th" British and
The 1 urkish official com
m mi ati in >enl 0 it toda)
win h 1 1 limed su \ in
Washington:- \ m
etorm swept the Eastern p rt
tates d
lelayingl us
ing
its worsl rain ii are.
1 ondi n: a modified form ption is likely nlthough
e^olfltj taken '
Wolff BureaiTSr*^
Gei
lieved to be German,
lei ms w hich include tho
ation of Belguim s
inn: ' a
.,. xation of French ten
blishniejit in Poland ol
kingdom undi 1 a i< 1
man pane' ; the res t< ration
Russia and Belguim.
B rlin: The Russians have
made eight attacks against the
,l)i.i border
sin e Chi istmas and have not
broken through.
Just Received
ters, C
imburgers
:: si Be* '. P
Eva| 1 a l
Milk. Bi ...... '"
I rrants, A st
N ... 1 1 Candies,
Pi. kh
F. A GARNER,
tree!
Look!
ing bel ween
the Arabs except a British
attack "ii the principal Arab
force near Mers t Matusu f.nd
that an Arab force was dis
persed with trifling loss to
oui The 'I ni ki h <
, that the Turks took
my le; ving 200 di ad. Ships
gunfire ga\ effective sup
port.
General Tovvnshend n ports
that attai ks and bombard
ments of Klitl 1 \mara have
entirely ceased since Christ
mas I' i\'
(Signed)
BON \U LAW.
NOTICE
Police Orderly Room,
Nassau, 29th 1 >< 1 embi 1 v
Kelatives claimingSi para-
tion A 11 o w a 11 ( e from
membi 1- of the Si cond Ba-
hamas Contingent, should be
pn si nl at the Treasury
Satuiday 8th January 1
where payment will be r
Up to that date tod< | endi nts
whose claims have be< 11 ap
proved.
Bj Older,
R. 11. C CF WVFORD
Foreiiner: I haven't I
a w( 11 cooked nee
I've en in Nassau.
J/assauv/an: -Havi
trii I i c Robei
Foreigner: No.
Nassauvian: Trj him 0
and you will try I
All are welcom:: Com. now
if you want to ta-te the
I the bi '
- : r produ
Advertise in
The Tribune.
.
At UTJL t\ TED


: in
>i.(I
rat
cr
18
war,jyil slip w ill dim cr
ImcUoi die enniiu ana
Russia b\ hrr treaeher
soulless conniving is loo
for even Germany, with
tricks and guile, to ove
Here is a dinner; for Kngjlml
tad America w Inch I hope tHe\
will see and seize."
^\ oneeff
\A/il-l- 1 i givi ii in S. An-
" V chew's Hall on Thurs-
day, D. th at 8 p.m. by
the
7th Bahamas
(Harbour Island)
Boy Scouts
in aid of the Ba ha mi a n
'' of tlio Cross of Ge-
neva.
Admissi n i to be paid
at the d(

Big Reduction
In Prices Of
Fresh Meat
pill', undersigned will sell
at Block No. 6 in the City
Meat Market from the 14th
inst. fresh meat at the follow-
'. 1 rices vis:
Bi el Steak at
Roast
iod
per lb.
lb.
oast Ueef-HJod. lb.
' WlTtf at Q<1 Mutton f lb.
I' rk ;d. lb
I. B. I beg to draw Ihe
ittention of the public to the
fact, that in my above ad
vi rtisement offt ring lresh
meat of various kinds at re-
duce d prices, that my only
prio s ai thosi as quoted
above, which I am prepared
at all times to serve my
CUSl and all others
who may favour me with
their patronage and from
and after the middle of Dec:
emb< 1 of this year 1 will have
quite a variety of American
n unat and poultry
Remembi r my prices I intend
to hold to as time will prove.
T. A. ROKER.
Advertise in
he Tribune.
AS TUK CAMEL
is indisp us.,UK- to the iravelln crossing the African deserta, so
also is Runlic.iit Sn.\r indispensable to .1 careful houi A
Camel can go for leveral days without drinking, but .1 good house-
wife cannot afford to let .1 single day pau without putting
Sunlight Soap
to tome use. The first duty "i every housewife is to economise;
the duty of SUNLIGHT SOAP is to
help the housewife to economise.
The daily use ol Si hi iohi S kt
is practical economy. It do 1 the
most washing in the short* it
time, with least labour, and
with no discomfort. 1st- a piece
in your next wash, and you will
be convinced as to its value.
iiii-
^k^isaa
We Want To Help
The
Washerwoman
At The New York House
and
Isaiah Sweeting
up East
Sunlight Soap
Lightning Si ap
gimi Si ap
Tow 1.- Soap
Bn wn Soap
6 cts per bar
6 1 Is -
5 els
4 cts "
6 els "
Excursion to Miami
Round Trip $10
"Per Frances E." sailing Friday Morning
I'.....:'" 1 _;; -t at S o\ lot k.
This allows three days in Miami
All particulars at Office
I RANCES E.
Nassau, >.. P., I h c. 27 1915
For Rent
A six room cottage with
bath attached, near l'n
son ami Fort Fincastle.
Apply JOS. LAING,
Blue IlilLSt.
*
Buy TODAY for a
Sixpence
THE
Laugh and Grow
Fat" Magazine
oubten mean 3-rber
..
At Diocessan Book Store, and
No. 33 King St.
NOTICE
Til E entire stork in t ra Ifl
of the late IV E.Williams
is being disposed of at great-
ly reduced pri( es as it has
n d( cided to close down
tin busim s> in the early part
1 if Janua
In the meantime the under-
signed is prepared to receive
offers for the purchase of the
u hole or any part thereof.
Com 1 aad get your Christ-
inas shot ("III \l\
An opportunity I'ilk one
should in.
No reasonable 1 iffei refua d.
PHILIP A. rRECO
Tl USt( e fi >r tin' Ciedil
GASOLINE
Fromthis Date, Price in
Original Dunns, < )ne shilling
per (ialion.
I ,< ss quantity, One Shil
ling and three peni e pei Gal
Ion.
In C Ten Gallons, 12s.
per Case
C. C. SAUNDERS
East Bay Street
Nassau N. P.
Saturday,
11 ember 18th 1915.
IMPORTANT
FOR the best American
28. < I. p d02 I ;i\\<\
appfi s.
Call at
T. TOOTE
East Bay St.
Williams' Shoes Are Better
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