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An i i i .ui Consul has tnkei over the interests of Aus,tro Hungary Paris: —President I'onea'ne Washington:—Tlie I .S. Con* sul at Alexandrd advised the state department to day that| Consul McNeeley was last and the Kings of BelguimJseen in the water after the Italy and Serbia exchanged Persia sank. No submarine New Years greetings and [was seen by the survivors but expr< ssions of unabated confi-1 officers on the Persia saw tor | denre in the Entente Allies final triumph. Washington: -The Aus trian Ancona reply relii ves tension over the ini i-l.nl hut the destruction ( I' the nner Persia causes appre I er Lafayette Saturday, hav tension. The American Coning received warning mess pedos wake. The Persia sank in five minutes. It is reoorfed 245 persons were lust. .\ press despatch from London says that many Americans chose embarking on Fr< nch steam t Alexandria has b< 1 n M t< d to forward all fcible information to the lepartment. Fashington: A vi n eai thquake was reby the (i 1 irgetown rraph. The location is mil 1 (I hut probably in [America. %  IV, on, B : hamas. eus .1 inuai v 1st: 1 '.os lies and sh trpni! enemy infantryh—1 Mirmistein Vosees c3 1 f ranee re Ding activity e few casualamage to our ien in I"ranee n< 1 iplete ly repulsed. A Germaintawork North of Aisne was w>e F Furtlii r drtailsof naval fighl %  a 1 BtirazzO show that the French submarine Mongi was sunk, crew mostly s ' ny transport sank and enemy hydroplane destroyed. At Kut (I Amara the ca u 1 Ml Christmas were about %  d and ; %  1 wounded. insular and Oriental Her P i-.ia was sunk by submarine in the I.astern Mediterranean with I life. (S:..:ned) DOMAR LAW ages. Constantinople: Hea vy fighting continues along Dardanelles front still held by the Entente Allies On December 3isf the invaders land and si a Forces attacked the Turks but were repi lied 1 if* dually. Berlin.'—Strong British forces unsui ci ssfulls attempt) il to enter iei man positions near Fre. lingliein, Northeast of. Armen. ini. s, 'u the night <>f Jan. 1st. I'll-(iermanscapUin 1 a French trench South of Hartmanswei lerkopf taking 200 pi isoi :o: "] January, 1016. Vienna :—During the las^ two u eeks of 1 tetobei a'id the montli of N ivtmber Austrian and Gi 1 man submarines sunk in the Madid rraneaii eight .roo| ships twenty five transports and tliii ty four merchantmen. Tl of life on the troopf'p; W IS five thousand iu p fecfc;T^Tielief is held here that the Kaiser is suffering from heredilao) cancel New York : I |i n:\ Pprd ,,,rived in New V n'; tri In* appa rently in good health but silent as to his peace trip. London : It is reported that England has been s\\ 1 pi by a THE LION as nized is rei SOAP is Soaps. The only over the th K ing ol as the King of rule of the Lion animal world ; the SDNLIOH I Laundry extends rule of SUNLIGHT SOAP all C ^1 extends to wherever Soap is necessary. It is without ^< a rival for washing clothc>,\^v3 y -\ household linen and fabrics even of the finest texture. 11 is the best Soap that skill and money can produce. Give it a trial and you will he convinced <>[ its value. I'M itish headquarters in France r< poll that 16 oi our aeroplanes ard< d Comies railroad station and ten attacked the Henillv aerdrome and consi di rable damage done *t boil plai es. .Ml the machii^^ re h ly. Tl e em m\ heavily OUT treiiehi s South of -i < ^l e-rcil ish trench but were expell Ji B K< >"> f great severity whicL unroofed houses and did consiil rable damage to coast shipping. :o: 3rd January 1916. London, 3rd, Governor Bahamas. Official News December* 1st: Tlie New Years honours in elude the appointment of the Czai as Field Marshal in the British Army. I he Pa itish a 1 moured cm is< r ftd. 153 survivors Natal was sunk in hnrboui b\ at Alexandria. |an internal explosion There passengers, are about p~>osurvh en. • Geimnn grenade allacl s on 1 Inrtemanweilerkopf were repulsi d. I 1 Russians repoi t fighting lh O Piipet. Austriaus re port battles in I astern < iali< ia increasingly violi nt. The Russians are attai king Bi ssarabia from lower and middle Str\ pa Italian report naval engage %  meet with Austrian squadron "IT Durazzo. The \ustrian detroyi rI 1, .la, and Lika • 1 sunl. Signed) BONAR LAW. 1 tl just reci S, S. hoi Minifor chil In |p|ili> '1 at any size. MS' Miahle Sniisf icllon Guaranteed IMPORTANT pok t h e best American 1 eggs (as. 6d. per do/.) and apph Call at T. TO').!,'; '" T'iist B.rv St. T NOTICE ill', entile Stock in trade of the late !'• I' %  Williams is bein:; disposed of at greatly reduded prices as it lias been d hided I 1 > eh ise down the business in the eat ly pai I ,r ymeantime the uudi s prepared to iei ei\ e leipurchase of the rt thereof. ^ %  : your Chiistpnity no one /.isoiiahli off 1 1 (pfllSi d HIL1P \. IRECO Trustee for the Creditors. Advertise in he "Tribune. Wear Armbrister'e Shoes f



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Null!*** addle iu |urare in veib rnatfislrl BelnK bound to •wear to the Dogmas of no Master. Na-..ivi. N. P.. Bahamas. MONDAY January V 1916. No. >> Germans in Hartmannswi ilerkoff region of the Vosges land between Russians and the Austro-Huns along B sarabia front continue the most saguinary of anj in the [adiograms December 31s! 10,15. ckholm:—Members of lord extx dition havedi v decided that as soon various war tactics fheRus I sMhle tentative peace w ill be submitted to the mg nal ions. Men versed lei-national law will bfl oved for guidance on uts. a is to have service. nice in A and ofll I %  ic-li 111 minister inldii: —1 Lo iat nee 55 bags 01 rubber ali '"signed lo a well known forwarding agent in veden w< re ftim • e I from %  parcel 1 dl on bo rd the S. < )scar second. Tin 1 • 11 I'I wei '.lit of the ruhber Mzed is about .pjo pounds. ie rein the mail finch rd Montague and three Americans including Robi I Mc Neilly, Ameri ail C at Aden. It is reported four boat loads escaped, the boats had capa< it) oFCoeaclij but it is not know n how many were in 1 h. The steamer Abelia was also sunk New York: T!\e guard ( u tter Si neca that the Gre k st, amer saloniki has In rn locr l< d aboul i0 mill Fast of New York The (Jreel leami rTitief is standing by. Tbessnlo nika is in no d, pn ceeding si. 1 York. Pai is:In the bomhardinei ic aeroplanes tl French command iki has run sled iJfJ I in kish, Mul^arJ&rjT tro Huii!;a 1 ian UBej Williams' iShoes Are Fetter I M UTIL A TBD


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Publication Date: Monday, January 03, 1916
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Null!*** addle iu |urare in veib rnatfislrl
BelnK bound to wear to the Dogmas of no Master.
Na-..ivi. N. P.. Bahamas. MONDAY January V 1916.
No. >>
Germans in Hartmannswi il-
erkoff region of the Vosges
land between Russians and
the Austro-Huns along B -
sarabia front continue the
most saguinary of anj in the
[adiograms
December 31s! 10,15.
ckholm:Members of
lord extx dition havedi
v decided that as soon various war tactics fheRus
I,sMhle tentative peace
w ill be submitted to the
mg nal ions. Men versed
lei-national law will bfl
oved for guidance on
uts.
a
is to have
service.
nice in

A and ofll
I
ic-li
111 minister
inldii: 1
Lo
iat
nee
55 bags 01 rubber ali
'"signed lo a well known
forwarding agent in
veden w< re ftim e I from
parcel 1 dl on bo rd the
S. < )scar second. Tin 1
11 I'- I wei '.lit of the ruhber
Mzed is about .pjo pounds.
ie rein the mail
finch was handed over \<\ the post
oilier for immedalte trans-
mission to itstlestillation.
V.
.-,;..
\<- .
steamer 1 hessalo
whose safety consi
prehension has bei 1
i')o miles east o'Sa
at 7 50 on the thirti
boiler 100111 is flo<
slie is making nbo
knots All on board are u
I.ondi
in-' betw'
29th:
n the
M^lit.
"ii li and
si nis are still vigorously on
the offensive to the north of
the Buckovs ina front. Vienna
while ass. nine thai renewed
,,ii,e ks against the Austro
Huns failed with great lossi -
lo the Russians admit- thai
to the east of Purkinow sup-
noun- erior Russian forci s conipell
vill |. ed a retirement of troops of
iiv 1st! the dual monarchy upon theii
mtinto chief division.
ie German and V rencp
communications again
variance a- to the
; near Hartmansweil-
'^mpi-lin asserts that a
.v,.,^ri--1ff(ii-.|J,e(1! 11 II/'stein
Broke down undi r^tne^JTEt
sine of the German fire and
that the French were expell-
ed from German positions
they had previously captured
on Hnrtmansweilerkoff. Paris
dei lares that despite violent
counter attacks the French
have capt 'red a sera S ofGer
man works between Re) fels-
ni and lliitstein and that
I hey have been added to the
in n< lies previously lost by
the Germans. Again there
has been SOnifi fighting in
northern Russia in the region
of Riga mhI ar.....id Dvinsk
but no noteworthy changes
in ground have resulted.
11 cember 31 st 1915.
'I he Italian Bombard men I
of AuSl rian positions 611 the
Pyrol and Isonzo fr 'iiTHT^1
main unciti
situation re-
The Turks have entirely
.1 theii attai ks against
: ,. British lone at Kut El
Amara there bavin- b a no
operations there since Christ-
mas I lay.
It is" officially cep<
that the Swedish land battei
n s have open* d fire on Ger-
man torpedo I" ats which
were chasing Swedish
steami rs in Swedish territor-
ial waters.
:o:
1st January, 1916.
London:- I hi British ar-
mored cruiser Natal sunk
in an unnamed harbour after
an 1 xrernal ( pi. sjcvi.t- -hr
which the ship was blown to
pi< 11 f Four hundred of the
crew of seven hundn d w< re
saved.
Berlin: 1 he Frem h sub-
marine Monge was destroy-
esti 1 day off Durazzo. Al-
BniSjy an Austro Hunga-
rian riofjrcV^sislig '
cruiser HeligofcHiw^fm I live
ih stroyi rs. I life vi 1 and lil'iei n sailors of the
Monge were captured. Her
complement was 2^. men.
Paris: The Montei egrans
captured 1500 Austrians in
an engage ment in the Sanjak.
The rest of 110 AtlSti ian de-
tachmi ni \\ere annihilated,
London* it is ri poi U d
that Ih itish troops landed al
()i fano, 31 miles \\ < st 1 if
Kavala 91) tie ( iiei k coast,
apparently with the intention
of checkmating any advance
against the Anglo French
right Hank' at Saloniki.
Washington: Vienna pn ss
versions of the Ancona replj
vindicate that Am demands
have been mi t and the sub
iiiiii ine commnndi r punisln d
for failure lo take into I I -
COUIll panic aboard llie \nc<
na before torpedoing. '11
official text of the reply is noj
yet published. _
San Francisco; -
Li Slam command!
Chim se gov< rnmentj
the Province of Kiaif
dec land his indepei
Yuan Shi Kai-
London:The
considering threebf
scription, one If
i, 111 _ provides foJ
married men if ni
:o:-f
January 21
London:'I he
and Oriental linej
and oT
lost. About
were aboard
worm n and -'5
lorpedo f
tencan'.\,n
i . Son
and ma: (
. j passed
including 8
childj3irfThecrevv numberel
)0W*75 Lasdars.
he passen<,'i is included
.. >rd Montague and three
Americans including Robi I
Mc Neilly, Ameri ail C
at Aden. It is reported
four boat loads escaped, the
boats had capa< it) oFCoeaclij
but it is not know n how many
were in 1 h. The steamer
Abelia was also sunk
New York: T!\e
guard (utter Si neca
that the Gre k st, amer
saloniki has In rn locr l< d
aboul i- 0 mill Fast of New
York The (Jreel leami rTit-
ief is standing by. Tbessnlo
nika is in no d,
pn ceeding si. 1
York.
Pai is:- In
the bomhardinei
ic aeroplanes tl
French command .
iki has run sled iJfJ
I in kish, Mul^arJ&rjT
tro Huii!;a 1 ian UBej
Williams' iShoes Are Fetter
I M UTIL A TBD


An i i i .ui Consul has tnkei
over the interests of Aus,tro
Hungary
Paris: President I'onea'ne
Washington:Tlie I .S. Con*!
sul at Alexandrd advised the
state department to day that|
Consul McNeeley was last
and the Kings of BelguimJseen in the water after the
Italy and Serbia exchanged Persia sank. No submarine
New Years greetings and [was seen by the survivors but
expr< ssions of unabated confi-1 officers on the Persia saw tor |
denre in the Entente Allies
final triumph.
Washington: -The Aus
trian Ancona reply relii ves
tension over the ini i-l.nl
hut the destruction ( I' the
nner Persia causes appre I er Lafayette Saturday, hav
tension. The American Con- ing received warning mess
pedos wake. The Persia sank
in five minutes. It is reoorfed
245 persons were lust. .\ press
despatch from London says
that many Americans chose
embarking on Fr< nch steam
t Alexandria has b< 1 n
M t< d to forward all
fcible information to the
lepartment.
Fashington: A vi n
eai thquake was re-
by the (i 1 irgetown
rraph. The location is
mil 1 (I hut probably in
[America.
'
! IV,
on,
B : hamas.
eus .1 inuai v
1st:
1 '.os
lies and sh
trpni!
enemy infantry-h1
Mirmistein Vosees c3
1 f ranee re
Ding activity
e few casual-
amage to our
ien in I"ranee
. n< 1
iplete
ly repulsed. A Germaintawork
North of Aisne was w>e F
Furtlii rdrtailsof naval fighl
a 1 BtirazzO show that
the French submarine Mongi
was sunk, crew mostly s
' ' ny transport sank and
enemy hydroplane destroyed.
At Kut (I Amara the ca u 1
Ml Christmas were about
d and ; 1 wounded.
insular and Oriental
Her P i-.ia was sunk by
submarine in the I.astern
Mediterranean with
I life.
(S:..:ned)
DOMAR LAW
ages.
Constantinople: Hea vy
fighting continues along Dard-
anelles front still held by the
Entente Allies On December
3isf the invaders land and si a
Forces attacked the Turks but
were repi lied 1 if* dually.
Berlin.'Strong British forces
unsui ci ssfulls attempt) il to en-
ter iei man positions near Fre.
lingliein, Northeast of. Armen.
ini. s, 'u the night <>f Jan. 1st.
I'll-- (iermanscapUin 1 a French
trench South of Hartmanswei
lerkopf taking 200 pi isoi
- :o:
"] January, 1016.
Vienna :During the las^ two
u eeks of 1 tetobei a'id the montli
of N ivtmber Austrian and Gi 1
man submarines sunk in the
Madid rraneaii eight .roo| ships
twenty five transports and tliii
ty four merchantmen. Tl
of life on the troopf'p; W.IS
five thousand iu p
fecfc;- T^Tielief is held
here that the Kaiser is suffering
from heredilao) cancel
New York : I |i n:\ Pprd ,,,-
rived in New V n'; tri In* appa
rently in good health but silent
as to his peace trip.
London : It is reported that
England has been s\\ 1 pi by a
THE LION
as
nized
is rei
Soap is
Soaps. The
only over the
th
K ing ol
as the King of
rule of the Lion
animal world ; the
Sdnlioh I
Laundry
extends
rule of
SUNLIGHT SOAP
all C^1
extends to wherever Soap is
necessary. It is without ^<
a rival for washing clothc>,\^v3 y-\
household linen and
fabrics even of the finest tex-
ture. 11 is the best Soap that
skill and money can produce.
Give it a trial and you will
he convinced <>[ its value.
I'm itish headquarters in France
r< poll that 16 oi our aeroplanes
ard< d Comies railroad
station and ten attacked the
Henillv aerdrome and consi
di rable damage done *t boil
plai es. .Ml the machii^^ re
h ly.
Tl e em m\ heavily
OUT treiiehi s South of
-i < ......" ^l e-rcil
ish trench but were expell
Ji
B
K<
>"> UK
serious
Advices say that
IN 1 ly, American
[den, was drown
Jiikiii',' of the Per
Jes II (irant of Mus
storm <>f great severity whicL
unroofed houses and did consi-
il rable damage to coast ship-
ping.
:o:
3rd January 1916.
London, 3rd,
Governor
Bahamas.
Official News December* 1st:
Tlie New Years honours in
elude the appointment of the
Czai as Field Marshal in the
British Army.
I he Pa itish a 1 moured cm is< r
ftd. 153 survivors Natal was sunk in hnrboui b\
at Alexandria. |an internal explosion There
passengers, are about p~>osurvh
en.
Geimnn grenade
allacl s on 1 Inrtemanweilerkopf
were repulsi d.
I 1 Russians repoi t fighting
lh O Piipet. Austriaus re
port battles in I astern < iali< ia
increasingly violi nt. The Rus-
sians are attai king Bi ssarabia
from lower and middle Str\ pa
Italian report naval engage
meet with Austrian squadron
"IT Durazzo. The \ustrian de-
troyi r- I 1, .la, and Lika 1
sunl.
Signed)
BONAR LAW.
1 tl
just reci
S, S. hoi
Mini- for chil In
|p|ili> '1 at any size.
MS' Miahle
Sniisf icllon Guaranteed
IMPORTANT
pok t h e best American
1 eggs (as. 6d. per do/.) and
apph .
Call at
T. TO').!,'; '"
T'iist B.rv St.
T
NOTICE
ill', entile Stock in trade
of the late !' I' Williams
is bein:; disposed of at great-
ly reduded prices as it lias
been d hided I1 > eh ise down
the business in the eat ly pai I
,ry-
meantime the uudi .
s prepared to iei ei\ e
leipurchase of the
rt thereof.
^: your Chiist-
pnity no one
/.isoiiahli off 1 1 (pfllSi d
HIL1P \. IRECO
- Trustee for the Creditors.
Advertise in
! he "Tribune.
Wear Armbrister'e Shoes
f


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