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I. GILBJCRT DUPUOH, Editor ,*nj I'roprietor. ornoM Corner Shirley 6> Chtvrlolte Sis VMMU, .V. p. ( Bakamai I'llONB 200, P. O. BOX 108. PUBLISHED DAILY RATES Monday, Wednetdey and Friday— %  %  %  '. %  ? % % %  ... 1,1 y,n-f Thursday single coi.y Jd ,le cop, •My ::: ::: • „. gj %  ; ,. i. IS I'AVAHI.i: IN ADVANCi; V MIISIMM |<,,l,. s: _ >|x ,.,,,„.,. ,, r| |ui< line '! "' • ii*wlion ; .11.0 one|>c mi i.ri line lor lubaquei i insartiiMM, %  Vlverti-e mem, undei eight line* 4-. ^be ^tribune luesday, January 4. 1916. Hient, earnest and inspiriting address was delivered by the Lord Bishop of the Diocese, the Litany was sung, and a hymn made up the brief but Impressive service. The Mail Steamer "Mexico* arrived in New York at 2 o clock Sunday morning. We have it from good 8UThornton, Salvatore Isabella, Patrick Jordan, John Ward, Jack Jolas, Joseph Milan, Joseph Harold, Theodore Berger, Paul Sen raid t, Leon A. DePres, Charles R. Millspaugh, Arthur Hegevoed, William H. Smith, Robert G. Smith, Henry W. Wright, John II. Robinson, Liotta Salvatore, Ji ns Warney, and Dana Hammond; Master thority that His Excellency'George Low Jr. Mr. S. A Dillet resumed his di sk in our office yesterday. — :o: — liL'il Steamer "MonteNd off the port early morning from N< w assengers for Nassau to the Tender "Colonia" she proded to Havan 1 with 22 passengers lor that city. — :o:— Daniel McLoughlin a passengei on board the "Monterey" (a cook for the Hot< I Colonial) jumped overboard on Saturday morning and was d owned, the body was re' vered and will be sent to -N.w York. — :o:— The procession of Interces 1 by the Anglican Church on Suuday afternoon was largelyattendedby theclergy, :rs and members of the ral church's, Q x c c p I 1 ist Church Cathedral, n ctor seemed to be the only representative of that church in the procession its c MI ;n gal ion being in a ilis ma I minoi ity, and its choir conspicuous by its absence Tin pro ession in tved down (,. Street, up It ly and Pre lei ick Strei ts, returning al Mi Cathedral by w ly of Princi s and George Streets %  The spacious edifice was fill-1 to its 1 parity; 111 eloilic I i ivernor is included in the New Years honours am ong those who were knight ed. — :< 1: In another column will be found the address of His Lordship, The Bishop at the Intercessory service al the C 11 hi %  Rudd \h ssrs Chi is Pe lerson, Junius C. Chisman, Geoi gi \Y. Chisman, Archibald \\u(\s< in, Otis (1 Franklin, John \V. Whipps, Lucian Rich mi iid, Ldinboria Green, l.\onel T. Foster, Samuel Bohi e, Roland I' Robinson, I lerbert C Mumi y, C01 nelius Misson, John Hunt, Nathaniel Taj !• >i Charles B. Wil on, An hibald Nairn, Moyl I i. I torsey, James niissi s vicriruuc .Ml llllOsll, ,-. ' label InezB rown.Nfly .wf ^rl %  Herron, Cody Quaroga, n, Jero^^ Butler, Mary j*JM Lan^ Edward T. ajn/nd/Annie N. Collins, Rudd, Gus AYi he Alfred laTgaret Kelly.Julia Meehan P' an ks R? ndo, Ph Chambers, i ,,'.,,,., M. 11'..,. M. ra u... William E. Evans, Paul EdMM gan I Mellsop, Mary McCall, Catherine Leo 11 a r d, Mary Mai Veagh, M a r t h 11 White, Anna ScOlt, Anna Gel son, and Dorothy Low; Mesdames Marcelle Smith, Ella Sower, Mary Collins, Jennie Kennedy, Mai y I >oj le, and Marie Stroul; Mr. and Mis. Charles B. Whitney, Mr. and Mis. Hem\ E. Woodward Mr. and Mrs. Thomas L. Audi eW, Mr and Mrs. Fred, C. Becker, Mr. and Mis. Hom< 1 P. Clarke, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh .1. Flynn, Mr. and Mrs. (Jei 1 ire Low: Messrs. Frederick II. Mill, Edward C. Stradley, Guy A. Hans, Corwin McDowell, Harold Cunningham Thomas i )rient, R i c h n 1 d Brock, James G hrock, John .1. Drum, Harry Shade, [ 1 1 l.annin ('n 01 ge W. Babbitt, Frank J McConville, Harold M. Leech, Baldi Portinaro, Thomas Chakres, I homas Mori is, S t a n I e y k'rrnv, Charles J. Walsh, Josep h Sears, .him liarritt, Lewis Alexander, Gi os| Doherl y, Benjamin Churchill, Cosmos O'M ea r a, Gus Routoules, I'.mar J e n s e n, Edward I' wards. All xander Bryant, William Hun!, Eugene Hoicomb, and S tephen I l awej s__ :o: We obsei ve r< gretfully that the old ,int\ 1 stablished nami "Royal Victoria Hotel" I !' in curtailed to I lotel Victoria. I he Burgee now flying al the mast has only two words, the word "Royal" having bt en dropped out. :< 1: I he S. S. "Montere) w as al the Bar al 4 a in. and yet ii was M\K o'clock 1" fon the Mail bugs were delivered at the Post < )fficeconsequent ly it was 1 IN o'clock before the I' >blic were served with mails foi w Inch tin J pay an • 11 1 ai' US subsidy. Why ? :o: We have heard that the Bahamas Racing Association had plans foi converting the i bouchere House into a C< untrvClub, but thus far we "nothing loing" I he Win!> 1 Sea -on is fast approaching nay, we may say is on us and no changes have y t b< 1 n made (here. The "Admiral Dewey" steamed into Harbor early yesterday morning from Wilson City Abaco aiid^eluint d in the evening. -.0: — Considerable dissatisfaction is being expressed on all sides, and by all classes as to delay Latterly, in delivery of mails at the Lost Office from the Ward Steamers Formerly tin Mads came ashore eail\ and promptly in the Pilot Boats, now they come ashore with the passengers and their baggage and are not en n then si nt to the Lost Office until after all the passengers are landed, and all their Baggage is put in the Customs -bed. Monday morning however the mail was brought off in the pilot boal, just a little before the 11 ndei came in ; this arrangemi nt was in no Way t he n sull ol any in ten Bt 01 effoit "ii the parl of the \gi nts f 1 lie Ward Line to facilitate the delivery of the mails, but was entirely due to the coui ti sj of the pi lot Mr. John N. Brown whi > 1 iffen i his boat to I,oid the mails. ;o; Tfai '""Vr.'yT'riTirinole is becoming VI 1 \' attiaillCe' V .IMV (o I loi e ()w ners ArWo-i all • dav, and evi ryday horsiand 1 are tin re training for 1 Inseasi m's 1 a< e, s< • that the future races promise to be more and more pleasant. :< 1: — The Di\ I >. 1< Bathing Resorts Propiietoi has pur chased the hue Motor Yacht "Aileen" foi mei ly w ned by Mr. Andrew ('. Crawford, foi thp purpose of convi ying guests across the Harbour this w inti 1 season, so that at lasl the Row Boat has been abandoned. :o: — The Mail Steamer "Miami' is expected to anive bee at 10 a.m. tomorrow, and the mails to be forwarded by her will be closi d tomorrow at 2 30 p.m. 'I he Hotel Colonial 1 'peni cl today and in their display f bunting we notice that the \ MI/77L



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^ United States flag is placed at the Eastern enJ of tlie building dominating the city; some time ago is arrangeiii< ii 1 was objected to and the foreign flag was becomingly removed to the far or Western end of the building. We are Dot just now in a mood for the dominance (apparently) or in reality, of any foreign flag and we hope that this gentle protest will correct the doubtless unintentional offence. The Schr. William II. AIbury arrived yesterday from Miami with a cargo of lum ber and 13 passengers:— Misses Miriam Cook and M ironia McQuay; Mesdames Maurice .1. hnson, Evelina Cook and Anna E. Marshall; Mr. and Mrs. Theodore E. Donovan, Messrs. John V. Johnson, James Seymour, I )uke Richards, Titus Rolle, Chai les Bain, and Randolph William-. Radiograms jrd Janua/y, 1916. I i>iul"ill, IS}:. "illl rtju ^ yWu-M.ni "army equipped with _l munitions from Japan, America and England is engaged in a ai attack on the Au'tro I lungarian forces in (i ilicia, Repot ifrom Vienna and Petrograd claim llie advantagt for tin n respective fnn es bur nei Iher capital rtts ribea decisive suits. The details liich aie hut few, and Conflicting, giv n i d ifinati rlescripl on of the battle hue. Xe \-i npers corres' p indents in Peti (jra I estimate lh il one and a half million Austro (Sermani are eng ;i I and assert that wli never change t. that have cured in the fighting line are in favour of the Russians. The Austrian war office official report says that ttie Russian attacks were ever} wheic n | jlse I treat losses A signific nit Fact is that the Russian army liw again been. able to takt the offensive Re %  -•Hi telegrams from the war theatre win re the war is raging sav the \usii i ans show better 4riting q 1 ilitiei now than in the earlier singes of the war. The result < f tlie b ittls is ex pected to %  have an important influence on the Balkan situa tion particularly in Roumanias policy. Apparently Russia has been preparing for these operations for some time past. Cable Communication from the Hessarabian region has virtually been suspended for more than a month thousands of messages being held up until Wednesday last whan the censorship was light) ned and they began coming through, Washington: -Austrias reply to the Ancona Note'not only meets the cardinal points of Americas demands hut gives assurance for the future which are considered satisfactory in their extent more than lh which were given by Germany. The full American official view will not be known until after President Wilson has studied the Ausii inn reply which was received today from Ambassador Penfield and was immediately di spatctu d to 1 lot Springs by white house messen • 1. It ma) he stated anthorita lively however that danger of a diplomatic rupture has passed and the controversy now enters the same stage as the Lusita nia negotiations with Germany and on even mor< favourable basis. — :o: — .ph. January, 191G London, 3rd. Governor, Bahamas, Official News: About two hundred lives were lo^t in the sinking of the Persia, ["he American Consul from Aden is missing. I lie G I e n Line steamer Glengyle was sunk, about ten lives were lost. Headquarters in France r< poi Is a small pa 1 tv seized a position on the I ii 1 man front line at Arnientieres, inflicted several casualties and retired. There is mining activity on both sides Elsewhi re in Prance artillery intivity I lartmannsweilerkopf as result which I'"reach withdrew on front of one furlong. Russia reports fierce fighting continues South Priega on Styr where the Russians caossed to tlu' left bankand captured Kardask and St rupo. Near Chartorisk enemy repulsed with heavy |i iSSl S, 70 prisoners captun d. N e a r Czernowilz Ru>ians o< piGeneral Post Office, Nassau, N. P., 31st Deer, IQI.V Schedule of sailings of Steamers under contract to convey Mails from the Bahamas to Foreign Countries during the month of January 1916. DATB OF SAILING NAME OF STEAMS R DESTINATION HOUR OF CLOSING Jan. jth Miami Miami 2.30 p.m. 11 6th Espt ran/ New York10.30 a.m. 11 7th Miami Miami 5.00 p.m. 11 nth 11 n 8.00 a.m. 13th Mono Castle New York10.30 a.m. 11 14th Miami Miami T 1.30 a.m. 11 11 18th 20th 11 Monterey New York 2.30 p.m. 10.30 a.m. 11 2 1 st Miami Miami 4.00 p.m. 91 1* 25th 27tll : 11 Mexico 11 New York 5.30 p.m. 10.30 a u^ M 28th Miami Miami ^^M Parcel Mails will be made up and closed^ as For the United Kingdom and the Jan. 5th, 12th, 19th and 26th at noon. ed several heights captur;n w about 900 prisoners and three machine guns. f Signed,) BONAR LAW. Loud 0 n:—The British steamer Glengyle was sunk i n the Mediaterranean on Sunday.Ther were 120passengers and rew aboard. All w ere landed except three Europeans and seven Chinese. I he British steamer St. Oswald sunk by submarine in Mediterranean while in the sei vice of the Admiralty. Washington: —Pi esi d e n I Wilson leaves Hot Springs to night to t a k e persona! charge of the Persia situation. The Austrian Embassy assured Se< retary Lansing if it developed thai Austrian Submarine sunk the Persia Austria would give prompt satisfaction and reparation. i'okioIt is reported that the armoured cruisers Kas Ugn, Tokio and Clutosa will pri N red to the >ue/ ("anal presumably to protect Japan* 1 se shipping. Cop< nhaRi n:— The German goverment has granted the Ford "j ifPnce piH by special many to The Saloniki :commander of the rree.ch foice; the American Consul has taken charge of Turkish and Gerruam interests in addition to those of Austrian-I lungary Paris: S advices say that Emperor William's illness is 51 i ions. Berlin:>German troo|>s mad attaclton wide front between Labassee and Bethune. I a Fn nch occupants <>f one trench were annihilated. In some other positions the Entente troops fled FOR SALE Old Lumber and Stone Apply to ANN MINNS 232 Shirley St. IMPORTANT F OR t h 1 best Ai; rican eggs (as. I d. per doz ) and apph s. Call at T. TOOTS East Bay St. AT£D]



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L QILBRRT DUPUOH, Editor and Proprietor. OI'-Kli'lv Corner Shirley & Charlotte Sis %  VMMU, .Y. />., Bahamai 'I'HONI 800, P. 0. ION 163. PUBLISHED IJAII-Y RATES •. WMimday Mid Pridaj : %  >py i,i jr.an I Thursday single* >m id %  rdy~ii„g| e cop, J(| v iji ,. i : ' M %  %  ''> %  is1 %  ""'ttte:-N pen,. %  | 'I'M mseijinn; Hi.,,, i .. |, ll( j '"" ,l *'' !l "" ; Hr.,i !.„ un: lor luopquciil insertion*. A \riii-e iiipi,is umlei eielil In,4 .. XTfoe Uvibunc ruesday. January 4. 1916. Mr. s. A Dillet assumed his desk in our office yesterday. !i >: — iii'i' Steamer "Monte'iient, Ernest and inspiriting address was delivered by the Lord Bishop of the Diocese, the litany was sung, and a hymn made op the brief but Impressive service. — -o:— The Mail Steamer "Mexico' arrived in New York at 2 o'clock Sunday morning. Thornton, Salvatore Isabella, Patrick Jordan, John Ward, The "Admiral Dewey" steamed into Harbor early _. „ -...,_ ,_. ,..,.. inn UI;I i til i \ Jack Jolas, Joseph Milan,'yesterday morning from WifJoseph ["beodore son City Abaco andjwturned Bi rger, Paul Sehmidt, I.eon A. I). Pi S, Chiles R. Millspaugh, Arthur Hegevoed, William H. Smith, Robert G. Smith, Henry \V. Wright, John II Robinson, Liotta I Salvatore, Jens Warney, and I^ I r i. \t___ We have it from good au-jDana Hammond; that £x< ellency George Low Jr. Master the (1 ivernor is included in the New Years honours am %  AVAMI.KIN AI.VANCir OIlg U)ose ,,,,„ werfi ,< • |t iM fed off the portearly ton, Je norning from N. u [ne i t( ed. — :,,: In another column will be found the address of lbs Lordship, The Bishop at (he Intercessor^ service at Cathedral on Sunday. -:o: Passengerspi i Mad Steamer-'Monterey' from New York the assengers for Nassau to the lender "Colonia" she pro'\e<-\ to Havana with 22 p issengers for that city. — :o: — Daniel McLoughlin a pas* nger on board the "Monterey* (a cook for the II | Colonial) jumped overboard on Sat in day morning and was d owned, the body was recovered and will be sent to New York. The procession of Iiiteices i by tinAnglican Church on Sunday afternoon was largelyattended by theclergy, ^choirs and members of the ral churches, e \ c e p t Christ Church Cathedral, n ctoi seemed to be Hie only representative of that church in the procession its congregation being in a dis mal minority, and its choii conspicuous by its absence. The procession moved down Ge rge Street, up B ly and Frederick Streets, returning ••it th Cathedral byway of Prino •• and (i<' n pi -'t reels The spacious edifice was Riled : ) its c iparity; an eloMisses Carrie I leard and Esl her Do Ison, and Mrs. Jane Rudd Messrs Chris Peterson, Junius C. Chisman, (1' orgi W. Chisman, Archibald Hudson, ()tis G. Franklin, John W. Whipps, Lucian Richin md, Edinborra Green, Lyonel T. Foster, Samuel Boh* e, Roland B Robinson, I lerbei I C Mumey, Cornelius Misson. John Hunt, Nathaniel Taylor yesterday: Charles B. Wilson, Archibald Misses Gertrude M< IntoshJ J^rn, Moul G. Dorsey, James Mabel lnez Brown.N;a^ .irpr H rron, Cody Qunroga, imta But id, Anni* arel Kelly,Julia Meehan Margaret Mellsop, Mary McCall, Catherine I. e o n a id, Mary Mai Veagh, M a r t h :i White, Anna Scott, Anna (id-on, and. Dorothy Low; Mesdames Marcelle Smith, Ella Sower, Mar) Collins, Jennie Kenn< dy, Mary I >qj !••, and Marie Strout; Mr. and Mrs. Charles B. Whitney, Mr. and Mrs. Henry I-.. Woodward Mr. and Mrs. Thomas L. Andrew, Mr and Mrs. Fred. C. Bi cker, Mr. and Mrs. Homi i P. Clarke, Mr. and Mis. Hugh J. Plynn, Mr. and Mrs. Geo Low: Messrs. Frederick II. Hill, Edward C. Stradley, Guy A. Hans, Corwin McDowell, Han ild Cunningham Thomas Orient, R i c h a rd Brock, James G. Brock, John J. I >i urn, 11 irry Shade. [ isepll l.annin George W. Babbitt, I 1 'rank J McConville, Harold M. Leech, Baldi Portin Thomas Chakres, Thomas Mori is, S t a n 1 e v M Oswald bang, Edward N. Collins lK l ,,loh< rly, Benjamin Churchill, Cosmos O'Meara, Cms Routoules, I'aiiar Jens e n, Edward P. :o: — \\ e i ills.-: ve r* gretfully that the old and ( Stablished name "Royal Victoria Hotel" has been curtail* d lo Hotel Victoria. I he Burgee now flying at the mast has only tw< i Words, the word "Royal" having b* en dropped out. :> i: I he S. S. "Monterey" was al the Bar at .| a in. and vet it was NINE o'clock before the Mail bags were deliv* red at the Post ( mi econsequent ly it was i i \' o'clock before the P blic w ere serv* d with mails foi which they pay an eil i mi us subsidy. \Vh\ ? a >: We have heard that the Bahamas Racing Association K, ,. n had plans for coir citing the Labouchere House into a Ci untrvClub, but thus far we "nothing doing" 'I he Winter Si on ia Fasl approaching nay, we may s !s on us and no changes have rel been made there, ; o ; Tfai •"'. v.-rrnTirmore is becoming very attractive' x>w to HorseOwners Arm'ist all dav, and ev*( I ydny In irs< S and %  is are there training for the si asi m's l.o i %  i hat the future races promise to be more and more pleasant. :o:~ The Dr) Doi k bathing Ri i oi Is Propiii loi has pur > hased the fin* Motor Yacht "Aileen" foi niei ly | w ned by Mr. Andrew C. Crawford, for the | iurpose of n nv* yiiig guests RI ross the Harb* iur this winter season, so thai at last the R< w Boat has been abandoned. :o:— The .Mail Steamer "Miami' .peeled lo arrive here at 10 a.m. tomorrow, and the mails to be forwarded by her will be closed tomorrow at 2 30 p m. —:o:-I he Hotel Colon 1H • ip>ned today and in their display 1 f bunting we notice that the MUTJL



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\ United States flag is placed influence on tlie Balkan situa at the Eastern end of the Won particularly in Roumanias building d oniinating thecity; policy. Apparently Russia lias some time ago is arrange| D een preparing for these opera ment was objected to and the tlons f,,r som *' time i ,ast Cable foreign Bag was becomingly communication fromitheiBessa. removed to the far or West, r nb,a HPP ha ? v,rll,a y been .,, .... suspended for more than a era end of the building. j m onlll lhousandl of roM8a ges We are not kist now in a being held up until Wednesday mood for the dominance fap. last when the censorship was parently) or in reality, of any foreign Rag and we hope that this gentle protest will correct ihe doubtless unintentional offence. The Schr. William II. Albury arrived yesterday from Miami with a cargo of him ber and 13 passengers:— Misses Miriam Cook and ightened and they began com ing through. Washington: -Austria! reply to the Ancona Note^not only meets the cardinal points of Americas demands hut gives assurance for the future which are considered satisfactory in their extent more than those whi,ch were given by Germany, 1'lie full American official view will not be known until after Maronia McQuay; Mesdames President Wilson has studied Maurice Johnson, Evelina the Austrian reply which was Cook and Anna E. Marsha Mr and Mrs. Theodore E. Donovan, Messrs. John V. Johnson, James Seymour, Duke Richards, Titus Rolle, Charles Main, and Randolph William^. Radiograms 3rd Janua.v, 1916. Li>;i> Mono Castle New York 8.00 a.m. 10.30 a.m. „ 14th Miami Miami 11.30 a.m. M 18th „ 20th Monterey New York 2.30 p.m. 10.30 a.m. „ 2ISt Miami Miami 4.00 p.m. „ 25th! „ 2 7 tll| „ 28th 1 „ Mexico Miami New York Miami 5.30 p.m. 10.30 a uj^j Parcel Mails will be made up and closed as For the. United Kingdom and the Jan. jth, 12th, iQtb and 26th at noon. ed several heights capturing about 900 prisoners and three machine guns. (Signed; BONAR LAW. I. o n d 0 n:— The British steamer Glengyle was sunk i n the Mediaterranean o n Sunday.Ther were 120passengers and crew nixiflrd. All w e r e landed except three Europeans and seveuChinese. 'I he British steamer Si. ()swald sunk by submarine in Mediterranean while in the sci vice of the Admiralty. Washington: —President Wilson leaves Hot Springs ti' night to 1 a k c | ersonal charge of the Persia situat ion. The Austrian Embassy assured Secretary Lansing if it developed that Austrian submarine sunk ihe Persia Ausl iii w ould give prompt satisfaction and reparation. TokioIt is reported that the armoured cruisers Kasugn, Tokio and Chitosa will proceed lo Ihe Suez Canal mi sumablj to protect Japan* shipping. Copenhagen:— The German govermenl has granted the Ford 111U ace pal by spe.cia many to The' Saloniki I^B| JT commander of the French to.ces the American Consul has taken charge of Turkish and Ciernin interests in addition to tliose of Austrian-I lungary. Paris:—Swiss advices say that Emperor William's illness is 'i ih %  US. Ii rlin:>(Jerman troops mndc an attach on wide front between Labassee and Bethune. The French occupants of one trench were annihilated. In some other positions the Entente troops l!< d FOR SALE Old Lumber and St %  Apply to ANN MINNS 232 Shi 1 ley St. IMPORTANT F OR t b e best Air.. eggs (as. 6d. per doz | and appli Call at T. TOO IK East Bav St. ATBD]



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T Continued from 1st page S neither of the women or I men. Religions dessentions. These were embittering Feeling, ^nctenl though poorChurch ^^ v. %0 bet disestablished, lever thai means—and dis •wed which was a way of essing that it was to be of all or nearly all the %  s which her Sons in ancient sought to strengthen he. We may imagine the di >ns in the Camp of Gallant little Wales and how eyes have 1 ; i trdly at one another— R i perhaps there was not same wholesale murder in as in Ireland. Last but not least our I % %  i [man neighbours teemed to have been advised that India, at the ttion of War in Europe, Would throw herself heart and soul into thejfurtherance of the <' ian Cause. It is true Eng 1 lias not touched the heart iflncli i -Mat toourshame -but bas convinced her head -she ''firmed her intellect India gs thiit she (i e. the multi ^itionalities of which isc nnposedjmust pme one. The ana v be a beast „.•"'!>(. 'Mini passeiljf* would expect Tciicl'" v We, namely: C( ft won the hearts of ',.-. •• '"'' 'use justice after an is not CHRIST a id nothing : n rl %  ( -' iRisr will touch the heart of India. '' or ea !i and all of these icauiesol the Great War so far I %  in lividually to hi.no.' ]wt offer our PENI I ENCB today accept the PKNANCR filenient of terribleSiss —Drunkenness-Sexual Immorality.Blas phemy—havein all ages of the nfcory of God's dealings with the people of the worldbrought down judgment and destruction. There is no deny ii it we are no longer a moral people That is to sa) Religion is no longer holding in check the evil propensities ol our nature. Punishment has come to us. however great the Victory may be, still we shall have been punished rhe sword, the famine, and the pestilence. Death i" every conceiv ible form has overtaken those we knew and loved. The blind you would saj w uld recognize the hand • I God. But the strangest and and most terrible thing about it is that the signs of peni are hard to see, The i >cp< riei ce of the prophet lsaiah(XLI I seems repeated in our case. The words w i re quoted by the R< c tor in the Cathedral in the morning Set mon I herefore 1 1 >ha • h poui 'il upon him i he "fury of his anger, and the "strength of battle; and it hath "set him on fire round about, "he knew it not; and it burnt him ; he laid it not '. \ he irt. () (idll 111.ike ||s to sec our sins! for inched we have sinned through our fault out own fault our own most grei vous fault. Surely vve, who for one reason or an Iher have not given our own I). idles to shield tlie* country to which we owe so much we might at least be steadfast and persis tanl in on,prayers thai God would give good sir cess to the brave men fighting our We Want To Help The Washerwoman" At The New York House and Isaiah Sweeting up East Sunlight Soap 6 cts per bar Lightning Soap Gets " ()ctagon Soap 5 cts " Towe; Soap 4 cts " Brown Soap 6 els " Colonial Bathing Beaeh T ill. Colonial Bathing Beach (Saratoga) opened for tbi Season on Dec. 14th. General admission to grounds i eluding fruit, lunch and bathing, 1 e sliding or twenty five cents. Tickets will !• sold at the I'ail; including ib <\ admission au ferrj both ways for two shillings fifty cents. B ats will leave at intervals commencing at 10 a. duiii ithing hours. A definite schedule will be annoui cd later OBMMM ,•(,,,. I, 1.. r ,, ., '. r n >"*' ma\eni.m iigtitmg our f. en on the tmp.re battle for us Surely that ,, TKe Causes'mentioned above whatGod '* wait in ? fo1 From nly the inward work" s ''" ;i ;,( k '" w ledgement< f I yand striving for liberty of a ly c'l with Hi Presence and IPs Power %  't multitude and thev do not but listen to the words ol a the soldier port one of the first s individually fse of shame At the same to offer himself for his Coun %  ' We almost welcomed the try. Words written actually because it gave us respite on the battle field in the 1:11 the perplexities of our own %  tn| differences. "t we walked in penitence •ugh the streets of Nassau to%  'he opening, Sunday of a • Year — >ur eyes were cast 1 tnthe lust in shame and Christian people, to be, Our IJ sure pained with the midst dead. of the dying and the Blow out, you bugli s, the rich Dead: There is none so lonelv poor of old, But d\ iug, has made us ran 1 gifts than gold. o\ ei and S ,—Bttllft*i Up the \, ars to be < 'I WOI k and joy and that until ip ne, 'jhat men rail age; and those, who would have I)' en, I laii -ons, [| ; ,._ ijnj, iin mortality. Blow, bugles blow! They brought us, foi out dearth llolim ss, lacked so long, and Love ,\IK\ Pain! Hon has come back, as a King, to earth, And paid his subjects with a royal And Nobleness w Iks in our ways again; And w e have 1 ome into our heritage. ,w -efaa that the national These laid Ihe world away; """ is strained by the de poured out Ihe red For Rent A SIX room cottage with O bath atta. h. d. neat Pri s "" and fort Kincasl Applj JOS I \ixc. Blue 11.11 St. jid Januairy, 10,16. London,! it: The last of the year found the l-.ur eans belligerents li 0 buj 0 upii d w 1 1 b mattei pressing importance top; long ( riOUgn In do any m al SUM |< taking regarding war situation I 1 %  mosl ol lighting nations the probal l\ seemed rather ueai er its end a year ago than i d 1 s now. For ( iieat Bi i!a it is unfortunate that they passi s mto hisloi j will fr sli navalealamily, thes| iug of 11 last day of a busy one for the British" Cabinet which accomplished the almost unprecdi nted task of holding two meetings in a single day. Il now appcais that the momentous qu< si ion ol < ompulsory s e 1 vice in ( i io.at Britain is likely to be ni 11 'inplishcd with tranquil litv. I • 11 I.-. n I v H I I j I calamity the sj| | [•miser Natal. Tl.J the old year WiJ • /we/77



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VOL. Mil. Vullivrtil.h. in-. |urare In veiba maestri Beinx bound to swear tr, ihc Dogmns of no Master. N..-.s,,v,. V P., l-.vli ....., s. TUESDAY January 4. |q|h. .J W No. >4 Address by the Bishop AT THE CATHEDRAL ^ After the Penitential Procession SUNDAY AFTERNOON, JANUARY 2, 1916 I. A sou; OF THANK: (I) For seven It en montu.j the British Empire has been fighting lur its very existence. In tlie fust daysol August 10,14 we threw ourselves all unprepared, ws were, into the battle front. A hundred thousand men, a contemptible army in deed M> far a-, numbers Wl ii' concern! .1 especially when we > onsidi 1 that the Empire i-> vulnerable on a frontier no shorter than the circuit ol the whole world. Still the little.ouu; held u, w, \ i le me uiqffioiiK'nt of.lhe outbreak ol wal our NAVY did not immediately dirperse after the man reuvres. It was "ready, aye rea i'iiiis the inti nded inva MOII of the V01 ksliire Coast l>\ a ;^ 1 1 11 111 ihvi was Dfevi nt( .1 The 1 tie 1 nies' inti ntioo ] par rnilv -v.is to 111 H. Ii quickl) through the manufacturing c 11 tie ..I Lam %  \ %  shire froj ing evei \ tiling as thej went. The marcli would 'I ubt I a h ive been marked black and roI with all the horrors with which we are now familiai in the history of tlie Germ in campaign in Belgium, N. France, Poland and Servia. ( ) m N IVY s ived ns. fj) A third cause for fltank fuhiess to record today. I lie European war. in winch we Colonies rushed bravely and immediately to the rescue. What did surprise us and almost take our breath away with jo\ and gladneSI was that India with her 300,000,000 people Stood steadlast and loyal to the British Raj. and the King Em peror. Kaiser-i-Hhide is the title under which King George IN worshipped by our fellow Subjects xn India. When the news .unit to the British Pat liament that Indiaall India, u as offering men and money, t niliied flic ey< "' :.. an r older member ol the oldest pai rcy otuouat liament in lhe vvolU1 to tujlik that alter all— after all the hard savings, two hundred years of British effort in and for India had n<'i been thrown away. For these good gifts is in the words of our old Prayer Book— "\\ c bless I hee" Good Lord I— • \\Y bh ss I hee for our creation, 'pi' 51 1 val and all the lib ss "nigs of this life —but above all, "for Thine inestimable love in the n di mption of the woi Id out Lord Jesus Christ: for "the means of < irace, and for "the ii >pe of Glory. And, w e -. nil Tine, give us t! at dill" "Si use 1 if all thy incioii s, that ".an hearts may be unfeignedly "thankful, and thai we shew "forth Thy praise not only with "our lips but in our lives : by "giving up ourselves to Thy European war. ... ^." ^ -'Sen ice ; and by walking he ? 1 l, f s( K ;; s e ;SSri„ 8 ,,r'"fore I hee in holiness and righ '"n '' V 2 "tcusufssallour days" the Children of the Lmpir' t'> the as ice of the old Mother land. M|, : were not surp.ised perh ips lb it the sons of the II. There is a note of PENITENCE in our gathering ton,. ther today. The Crisis of oui own peril, with that of the whole civilised w orld provi a retrospect— and givesa rei for the unusual proceeding on lh. pai t of apparently sane men and women who have come out into the street lo saj their prayers, trampling in the dust— 1 nst 1 ail of lounging comfortably on cushion) 1 lers, Ided from the sun 1 1 rain or wind beneath the kindly roof. WHAT LED TO THE WAR? It's ill \< 1. well, to say the Kaisi r 01 < ierrnan ambitions But we are not hento be judges of oth< 1 s. We can leave the IN %  I his 111) I illldons to the mercii a nj God. We today, as I'IAI 1 IN is toe. MI our own sins—not of othei peoph -i These things seem lo 111c to have contributed to the great w ar 1. Our Folitical Blindnei -.' In the days of the 6 of f*rO) B. C.) there w as a pro phetess called Cassandra who always prophesied truth but whose fate it was never lo be' In lieved. So the old warrior Lord Roberts spent the last \ ears of his long life not in tire rest u hicll he had earned but in warning us of the penis w hicli threatened lhe Empire through lhe arming of (i. rmany and our own unprepared, ess But (he Nation was given up to pleasure-seeking and we Would not listi n (j) Our Love of pleasure .' I'he political leaders lor the mo men' dared not enforce uuiver sal military training—because it would interfere with our foot ball, golf, tennis, horse racing,] bridge playing. All of which are good in themselves ex< i pt when made a business of or when spoiled and poisoned I J tinbetting and gambling a Cl'at. d with them. Ill fact the games if same to be valued not So 111in h for their own innocent selves, as for the opportunity. i iiilieioffered for picking one aim;! pockets We must not call garni ling stealing I suj p A. how the Government the daj dared not interfere with the pli isun sof our youth. That led to the war because Gei n a nation given over to -.. '. (3) Our Internal Differences were an excuse to our I iemy not to delay the war by foil 1 i cal differ, net s Ireland, tin rich mine of fighting men,_ lorn asunder on the .."( at medand fly at each otlu r's ihroals Civil Wai Capital and Labour on lla English 11 Id not sec! :li. 11 iuti rminable differ.;. X ir would the v ire pulleion eithei sale explain what Pu showi ri us nt a glance in 1 his ndmirab irto< ns h n he painted 1.1 yd George in a Chariot holding in hand %  two horses j oked lo 'heC b) side. The horse ried 011 their colhrs ttoeii 1 ive names "Capital' 1 I our" and t< gi Ihei these • ed the Empire on |low v< heels. Then tin 1 was the war of the Sexet Wi mwi fighting for ;1 vote which men can har<'l\ I B induced to use. At Iras'I have to I s flogged up t [lie polls or cajoled thitherand then they hardly know tfbai want or w t iai to vote tor. Any how on the question there \ the malrfng of a pretty qu irr I from whi< h the advisers and •1 ies of the Kaiser thought he could nap advantage. In his system established in England there would be room for the (Continued on lth page) Wear Armbr-ister's Shoes MUTILATED


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VOL. Mil.
Vulliv- rtil.h. in-. |urare In veiba maestri
Beinx bound to swear tr, ihc Dogmns of no Master.
N..-.s,,v,. V P., l-.vli ....., s. TUESDAY January 4. |q|h.
.J______W
No. >4
Address by the Bishop
At the Cathedral ^
After the Penitential Procession
Sunday Afternoon, January 2, 1916
I. A sou; OF Thank:
(i) For seven It en montu.j the
British Empire has been fight-
ing lur its very existence. In
tlie fust daysol August 10,14 we
threw ourselves all unprepared,
ws were, into the battle
front. A hundred thousand
men, a contemptible army in
deed m> far a-, numbers Wl ii'
concern! .1 especially when we
> onsidi 1 that the Empire i-> vul-
nerable on a frontier no shorter
than the circuit ol the whole
world. Still the little.ouu;
held u, -
w, \. i le me
uiqffioiiK'nt of.lhe outbreak ol
wal our Navy did not imme-
diately dirperse after the man
reuvres. It was "ready, aye rea
i'iiiis the inti nded inva
moii of the V01 ksliire Coast l>\
a ;^ 1111 111 ihvi was Dfevi nt( .1
The 1 tie 1 nies' inti ntioo ] par
rnilv -v.is to 111 h. Ii quickl)
through the manufacturing c 11
tie ..I Lam \ " shire
froj ing evei \ tiling as thej
went. The marcli would 'I ubt
I a h ive been marked black
and roI with all the horrors
with which we are now familiai
in the history of tlie Germ in
campaign in Belgium, N.
France, Poland and Servia.
()m N IVY s ived ns.
fj) A third cause for fltank
fuhiess to record today. I lie
European war. in winch we
Colonies rushed bravely and
immediately to the rescue.
What did surprise us and almost
take our breath away with jo\
and gladneSI was that India
with her 300,000,000 people
Stood steadlast and loyal to the
British Raj. and the King Em
peror. Kaiser-i-Hhide is the
title under which King George
in worshipped by our fellow
Subjects xn India. When the
news .unit to the British Pat
liament that India- all India,
u as offering men and money,
t niliied flic ey< "' :.. an
r older member ol the oldest pai
rcy otuouat liament in lhe vvolU1 to tujlik
that alter all after all the hard
savings, two hundred years of
British effort in and for India
had n<'i been thrown away.
For these good gifts is in the
words of our old Prayer Book
"\\ c bless I hee" Good Lord I
\\Y bh ss I hee for our creation,
'pi' 51 1 val....., and all the lib ss
"nigs of this life but above all,
"for Thine inestimable love in
' the n di mption of the woi Id
out Lord Jesus Christ: for
"the means of < irace, and for
"the ii >pe of Glory. And, w e
-. nil Tine, give us t! at dill"
"Si use 1 if all thy incioii s, that
".an hearts may be unfeignedly
"thankful, and thai we shew
"forth Thy praise not only with
"our lips but in our lives : by
"giving up ourselves to Thy
European war. ... ^." ^ -'Sen ice ; and by walking he
? ",1l,fs('K;;s e;SSri8 ,,r'"fore I hee in holiness and righ
'"n '' V 2 "tcusufssallour days"
the Children of the Lmpir' t'>
the as ice of the old Mother
land. M|,: were not surp.ised
perh ips lb it the sons of the
II. There is a note of PENI-
TENCE in our gathering ton,.
ther today. The Crisis of oui
own peril, with that of the
whole civilised w orld provi
a retrospectand givesa rei
for the unusual proceeding on
lh. pai t of apparently sane men
and women who have come out
into the street lo saj their
prayers, trampling in the dust
1 nst 1 ail of lounging comfortably
on cushion) 1 lers,
Ided from the sun 1 1 rain or
wind beneath the kindly roof.
WHAT LED TO THE WAR?
It's ill \< 1. well, to say the
Kaisi r 01 < ierrnan ambitions!
But we are not hen- to be judg-
es of oth< 1 s. We can leave the
In I his 111) I illldons to
the mercii a nj God. We
today, as I'iai 1 in is toe.mi
our own sinsnot
of othei peoph -i
These things seem lo 111c to
have contributed to the
great w ar
1. Our Folitical Blindnei -.' In
the days of the 6 of f*rO)
. B. C.) there w as a pro
phetess called Cassandra who
always prophesied truth but
whose fate it was never lo be'
In lieved. So the old warrior
Lord Roberts spent the last
\ ears of his long life not in tire
rest u hicll he had earned but in
warning us of the penis w hicli
threatened lhe Empire through
lhe arming of (i. rmany and our
own unprepared, ess But (he
Nation was given up to plea-
sure-seeking and we Would not
listi n
(j) Our Love of pleasure .' I'he
political leaders lor the mo
men' dared not enforce uuiver
sal military trainingbecause
it would interfere with our foot
ball, golf, tennis, horse racing,]
bridge playing. All of which
are good in themselves ex< i pt
when made a business of or
when spoiled and poisoned I J
tin- betting and gambling a
Cl'at. d with them. Ill fact the
games if same to be valued not
So 111in h for their own innocent
selves, as for the opportunity.
i
iiiliei-
offered for picking one aim;!
pockets We must not call
garni ling stealing I suj p
A. how the Government
the daj dared not interfere with
the pli isun sof our youth. That
led to the war because Gei n
! a nation given over to
-.. '.
(3) Our Internal Differences
were an excuse to our I iemy
not to delay the war by foil 1 i
cal differ, net s Ireland, tin
rich mine of fighting men,_
lorn asunder on the I Iomb Rule. As in mo
difficulties a few win
either side caused
lion. But theeffe,
for 100,01 o lrisli.J
01 ">.."( at med- and
fly at each otlu r's ihroals
Civil Wai '
Capital and Labour on lla
English 11 Id not sec!
:li. 11 iuti rminable differ.;.
X ir would the v ire pullei- on
eithei sale explain what Pu
showi ri us nt a glance in 1
his ndmirab irto< ns h n
he painted 1.1 yd George in a
Chariot holding in hand
two horses j oked lo 'heC
b) side. The horse
ried 011 their colhrs ttoeii
1 ive names "Capital' 1
I our" and t< gi Ihei these
ed the Empire on |low
v< heels.
Then tin 1 was the war of the
Sexet Wi mwi fighting for ;1
vote which men can har<'l\ I B
induced to use. At Iras'- I
have to I s flogged up t [lie
polls or cajoled thitherand then
they hardly know tfbai
want or wtiai to vote tor. Any
how on the question there \
the malrfng of a pretty qu irr I
from whi< h the advisers and
1 ies of the Kaiser thought he
could nap advantage. In his
system established in England
there would be room for the
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luesday, January 4. 1916.
Hient, earnest and inspirit-
ing address was delivered by
the Lord Bishop of the Dio-
cese, the Litany was sung,
and a hymn made up the brief
but Impressive service.
The Mail Steamer "Mexico*
arrived in New York at 2
o clock Sunday morning.
We have it from good 8U-
Thornton, Salvatore Isabella,
Patrick Jordan, John Ward,
Jack Jolas, Joseph Milan,
Joseph Harold, Theodore
Berger, Paul Sen raid t, Leon
A. DePres, Charles R. Mills-
paugh, Arthur Hegevoed,
William H. Smith, Robert G.
Smith, Henry W. Wright,
John II. Robinson, Liotta
Salvatore, Ji ns Warney, and
Dana Hammond; Master
thority that His Excellency'George Low Jr.
Mr. S. A Dillet resumed his
di sk in our office yesterday.
:o:
liL'il Steamer "Monte-
Nd off the port early
morning from N< w
assengers for Nassau to the
Tender "Colonia" she pro-
ded to Havan 1 with 22
passengers lor that city.
:o:
Daniel McLoughlin a pas-
sengei on board the "Monte-
rey" (a cook for the Hot< I
Colonial) jumped overboard
on Saturday morning and was
d owned, the body was re-
' vered and will be sent to
-N.w York.
:o:
The procession of Interces
- 1 by the Anglican Church
on Suuday afternoon was
largelyattendedby theclergy,
:rs and members of the
ral church's, q x c c p I
1 ist Church Cathedral,
n ctor seemed to be the
only representative of that
church in the procession its
c mi ;n gal ion being in a ilis
ma I minoi ity, and its choir
conspicuous by its absence
Tin pro ession in tved down
(,. Street, up It ly and
Pre lei ick Strei ts, returning
al Mi Cathedral by w ly of
Princi s and George Streets
The spacious edifice was
fill-1 to its 1 parity; 111 elo-
ilic I i ivernor is included in
the New Years honours am
ong those who were knight
ed.
:< 1:
In another column will be
found the address of His
Lordship, The Bishop at the
Intercessory service al the
C 11 hi :o:
Passengers pi r Mail Steam-
er -'M interey' from New York
yesterday:
Missi s Gertrude Melntosh
M
toi
Misse.s Carrie I leard and
Esther Dodson, and Mrs. I; 111 >
Rudd
\h ssrs Chi is Pe lerson,
Junius C. Chisman, Geoi gi
\Y. Chisman, Archibald \\u(\-
s< in, Otis (1 Franklin, John
\V. Whipps, Lucian Rich
mi'iid, Ldinboria Green, l.\o-
nel T. Foster, Samuel Bohi e,
Roland I' Robinson, I lerbert
C Mumi y, C01 nelius Misson,
John Hunt, Nathaniel Taj ! >i
Charles B. Wil on, An hibald
Nairn, Moyl I i. I torsey, James
niissi s vicriruuc .Ml llllOsll, ,-. -...........-.........'
label InezBrown.Nfly.wf ^rl Herron, Cody Quaroga,
n, Jero^^ Butler, Mary j*JM Lan^ Edward T.
ajn/nd/Annie N. Collins, Rudd, Gus AYi he Alfred
laTgaret Kelly.Julia Meehan P'an.ks' R?ndo,Ph Chambers,
i ,,'.,,,., m. 11'..,. M.ra u... William E. Evans, Paul Ed-
Mm gan I Mellsop, Mary Mc-
Call, Catherine Leo 11 a r d,
Mary Mai Veagh, M a r t h 11
White, Anna ScOlt, Anna
Gel son, and Dorothy Low;
Mesdames Marcelle Smith,
Ella Sower, Mary Collins,
Jennie Kennedy, Mai y I >oj le,
and Marie Stroul; Mr. and
Mis. Charles B. Whitney, Mr.
and Mis. Hem\ E. Woodward
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas L. Au-
di eW, Mr and Mrs. Fred, C.
Becker, Mr. and Mis. Hom< 1
P. Clarke, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh
.1. Flynn, Mr. and Mrs. (Jei 1 ire
Low: Messrs. Frederick II.
Mill, Edward C. Stradley,
Guy A. Hans, Corwin Mc-
Dowell, Harold Cunningham
Thomas i )rient, R i c h n 1 d
Brock, James G hrock, John
.1. Drum, Harry Shade, [ 1 1
l.annin ('n 01 ge W. Babbitt,
Frank J McConville, Harold
M. Leech, Baldi Portinaro,
Thomas Chakres, I homas
Mori is, S t a n I e y k'rrnv,
Charles J. Walsh, Josep h
Sears, .him liarritt, Lewis
Alexander, Gi os| Doherl y,
Benjamin Churchill, Cosmos
O'M ea r a, Gus Routoules,
I'.mar J e n s e n, Edward I'
wards. All xander Bryant,
William Hun!, Eugene Hoi-
comb, and Stephen Ilawej s__
:o:
We obsei ve r< gretfully that
the old ,int\ 1 stablished nami
"Royal Victoria Hotel" I
!' in curtailed to I lotel Vic-
toria. I he Burgee now flying
al the mast has only two
words, the word "Royal"
having bt en dropped out.
- :< 1:
I he S. S. "Montere) w as
al the Bar al 4 a in. and yet
ii was M\K o'clock 1" fon
the Mail bugs were delivered
at the Post < )fficeconsequent
ly it was 1 IN o'clock before
the I' >blic were served with
mails foi w Inch tin J pay an
11 1 ai' US subsidy. Why ?
:o:
We have heard that the
Bahamas Racing Association
had plans foi converting the
i bouchere House into a
C< untrvClub, but thus far we
"nothing loing" I he Win-
!> 1 Sea -on is fast approaching
nay, we may say is on us and
no changes have y t b< 1 n
made (here.
The "Admiral Dewey"
steamed into Harbor early
yesterday morning from Wil-
son City Abaco aiid^eluint d
in the evening.
-.0:
Considerable dissatisfac-
tion is being expressed on all
sides, and by all classes as to
delay Latterly, in delivery of
mails at the Lost Office from
the Ward Steamers Formerly
tin Mads came ashore eail\
and promptly in the Pilot
Boats, now they come ashore
with the passengers and their
baggage and are not en n
then si nt to the Lost Office
until after all the passengers
are landed, and all their Bag-
gage is put in the Customs
-bed.
Monday morning however
the mail was brought off in
the pilot boal, just a little be-
fore the 11 ndei came in ;
this arrangemi nt was in no
Way t he n sull ol any in ten Bt
01 effoit "ii the parl of the
\gi nts f 1 lie Ward Line to
facilitate the delivery of the
mails, but was entirely due
to the coui ti sj of the pi lot Mr.
John N. Brown whi > 1 iffen i
his boat to I,oid the mails.
- ;o;
Tfai '""Vr.'yT'riTirinole is be-
coming VI 1 \' attiaillCe'V.imv
(o I loi e ()w ners ArWo-i all
dav, and evi ryday horsi- and
1 are tin re training for
1 In- seasi m's 1 a< e, s< that the
future races promise to be
more and more pleasant.
- :< 1:
The Di\ I >. 1< Bathing
Resorts Propiietoi has pur
chased the hue Motor Yacht
"Aileen" foi mei ly w ned by
Mr. Andrew ('. Crawford, foi
thp purpose of convi ying
guests across the Harbour
this w inti 1 season, so that at
lasl the Row Boat has been
abandoned.
:o:
The Mail Steamer "Miami'
is expected to anive bee at
10 a.m. tomorrow, and the
mails to be forwarded by her
will be closi d tomorrow at 2
30 p.m.
'I he Hotel Colonial 1 'peni cl
today and in their display f
bunting we notice that the
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United States flag is placed
at the Eastern enJ of tlie
building dominating the city;
some time ago is arrange-
iii< ii 1 was objected to and the
foreign flag was becomingly
removed to the far or West-
ern end of the building.
We are Dot just now in a
mood for the dominance (ap-
parently) or in reality, of any
foreign flag and we hope that
this gentle protest will cor-
rect the doubtless uninten-
tional offence.
The Schr. William II. AI-
bury arrived yesterday from
Miami with a cargo of lum
ber and 13 passengers:
Misses Miriam Cook and
M ironia McQuay; Mesdames
Maurice .1. hnson, Evelina
Cook and Anna E. Marshall;
Mr. and Mrs. Theodore E.
Donovan, Messrs. John V.
Johnson, James Seymour,
I )uke Richards, Titus Rolle,
Chai les Bain, and Randolph
William-.
Radiograms
jrd Janua/y, 1916.
I-i>iul"ill, IS}:. "illl rtju ^
yWu-M.ni"army equipped with
_l munitions from Japan, America
and England is engaged in a
ai attack on the Au'tro
I lungarian forces in (i ilicia,
Repot i- from Vienna and Petro-
grad claim llie advantagt for
tin n respective fnn es bur nei
Iher capital rtts ribea decisive
suits. The details liich aie
hut few, and Conflicting, giv
n i d ifinati rlescripl on of the
battle hue. Xe \-i npers corres'
p indents in Peti (jra I estimate
lh il one and a half million
Austro (Sermani are eng ;i I
and assert that wli never change
t. that have cured in the
fighting line are in favour of the
Russians. The Austrian war
office official report says that
ttie Russian attacks were ever}
wheic n | jlse I treat losses
A signific nit Fact is that the
Russian army liw again been.
able to takt the offensive Re
-Hi telegrams from the war
theatre win re the war is raging
sav the \usiiians show better
4r- iting q 1 ilitiei now than in
the earlier singes of the war.
The result < f tlie b ittls is ex
pected to have an important
influence on the Balkan situa
tion particularly in Roumanias
policy. Apparently Russia has
been preparing for these opera-
tions for some time past. Cable
Communication from the Hessa-
rabian region has virtually been
suspended for more than a
month thousands of messages
being held up until Wednesday
last whan the censorship was
light) ned and they began com-
ing through,
Washington: -Austrias reply
to the Ancona Note'not only
meets the cardinal points of
Americas demands hut gives
assurance for the future which
are considered satisfactory in
their extent more than lh
which were given by Germany.
The full American official view
will not be known until after
President Wilson has studied
the Ausii inn reply which was
received today from Ambassa-
dor Penfield and was imme-
diately di spatctu d to 1 lot
Springs by white house messen
1. It ma) he stated anthorita
lively however that danger of
a diplomatic rupture has passed
and the controversy now enters
the same stage as the Lusita
nia negotiations with Germany
and on even mor< favourable
basis.
:o:
.ph. January, 191G
London, 3rd.
Governor, Bahamas,
Official News: About two
hundred lives were lo^t in
the sinking of the Persia, ["he
American Consul from Aden
is missing.
I lie G I e n Line steamer
Glengyle was sunk, about ten
lives were lost. Headquarters
in France r< poi Is a small
pa 1 tv seized a position on the
I ii 1 man front line at Arnien-
tieres, inflicted several cas-
ualties and retired. There is
mining activity on both sides
Elsewhi re in Prance artillery
in- tivity I lartmannsweiler-
kopf as result which I'"reach
withdrew on front of one fur-
long.
Russia reports fierce fight-
ing continues South Priega
on Styr where the Russians
caossed to tlu' left bank- and
captured Kardask and St rupo.
Near Chartorisk enemy re-
pulsed with heavy |i iSSl S, 70
prisoners captun d. N e a r
Czernowilz Ru>ians o< pi-
General Post Office,
Nassau, N. P.,
31st Deer, iqi.v
Schedule of sailings of Steamers under contract to
convey Mails from the Bahamas to Foreign Countries dur-
ing the month of January 1916.
DATB OF SAILING NAME OF STEAMS R DESTINATION HOUR OF CLOSING
Jan. jth Miami Miami 2.30 p.m.
11 6th Espt ran/ New York- 10.30 a.m.
11 7th Miami Miami 5.00 p.m.
11 nth 11 n 8.00 a.m.
13th Mono Castle New York- 10.30 a.m.
11 14th Miami Miami t 1.30 a.m.
11 11 18th 20th 11 Monterey New York 2.30 p.m. 10.30 a.m.
11 2 1 st Miami Miami 4.00 p.m.
91 1* 25th 27tll : 11 Mexico 11 New York 5.30 p.m. 10.30 a u^
M 28th Miami Miami ^^M
Parcel Mails will be made up and closed^ as
For the United Kingdom and the
Jan. 5th, 12th, 19th and 26th at noon.
ed several heights captur;nw
about 900 prisoners and three
machine guns.
f Signed,)
BONAR LAW.
Loud 0 n:The British
steamer Glengyle was sunk
i n the Mediaterranean on
Sunday.Ther were 120pass-
engers and rew aboard. All
w ere landed except three
Europeans and seven Chinese.
I he British steamer St. Os-
wald sunk by submarine in
Mediterranean while in the
sei vice of the Admiralty.
Washington: Pi esi d e n I
Wilson leaves Hot Springs
to night to t a k e persona!
charge of the Persia situa-
tion. The Austrian Embassy
assured Se< retary Lansing if
it developed thai Austrian
Submarine sunk the Persia
Austria would give prompt
satisfaction and reparation.
i'okio- It is reported that
the armoured cruisers Kas
Ugn, Tokio and Clutosa will
pri N red to the >ue/ ("anal
presumably to protect Japan*
1 se shipping.
Cop< nhaRi n: The German
goverment has granted the Ford
"j ifPnce piH
by special
many to The
Saloniki :-
commander of the rree.ch foice;
the American Consul has taken
charge of Turkish and Gerruam
interests in addition to those of
Austrian-I lungary
Paris: S advices say that
Emperor William's illness is
51 i ions.
Berlin:>German troo|>s mad
attaclton wide front between
Labassee and Bethune. I a
Fn nch occupants <>f one trench
were annihilated. In some other
positions the Entente troops fled
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A \riii-eiiipi,is umlei eielil In,- 4..
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ruesday. January 4. 1916.
Mr. s. A Dillet assumed his
desk in our office yesterday.
!i >:
iii'i' Steamer "Monte-
'iient, Ernest and inspirit-
ing address was delivered by
the Lord Bishop of the Dio-
cese, the litany was sung,
and a hymn made op the brief
but Impressive service.
-o:
The Mail Steamer "Mexico'
arrived in New York at 2
o'clock Sunday morning.
Thornton, Salvatore Isabella,
Patrick Jordan, John Ward,
The "Admiral Dewey"
steamed into Harbor early
, _. -...,_ ,_. ,..,.. inn ui;i i til i \
Jack Jolas, Joseph Milan,'yesterday morning from Wif-
Joseph ["beodore son City Abaco andjwturned
Bi rger, Paul Sehmidt, I.eon
A. I). Pi s, Chiles R. Mills-
paugh, Arthur Hegevoed,
William H. Smith, Robert G.
Smith, Henry \V. Wright,
John II Robinson, Liotta
I Salvatore, Jens Warney, and
I^...... I r.............i. \t___
We have it from good au-jDana Hammond;
that x< ellency George Low Jr.
Master
the (1 ivernor is included in
the New Years honours am
'AVAMI.KIN AI.VANCir OIlg U)ose ,,,, werfi ,< ,|t
iM
fed off the portearly ton, Je
norning from N. u
[ne i
t(
ed.
:,,:
In another column will be
found the address of lbs
Lordship, The Bishop at (he
Intercessor^ service at
Cathedral on Sunday.
-:o: -
Passengerspi i Mad Steam-
er-'Monterey' from New York
the
. assengers for Nassau to the
lender "Colonia" she pro-
'\e<-\ to Havana with 22
p issengers for that city.
:o:
Daniel McLoughlin a pas-
* nger on board the "Monte-
rey* (a cook for the II |
Colonial) jumped overboard
on Sat in day morning and was
d owned, the body was re-
covered and will be sent to
New York.
The procession of Iiiteices
i by tin- Anglican Church
on Sunday afternoon was
largelyattended by theclergy,
^choirs and members of the
ral churches, e \ c e p t
Christ Church Cathedral,
n ctoi seemed to be Hie
only representative of that
church in the procession its
congregation being in a dis
mal minority, and its choii
conspicuous by its absence.
The procession moved down
Ge rge Street, up B ly and
Frederick Streets, returning
it th Cathedral by- way of
Prino and (i<' n pi -'t reels
The spacious edifice was
Riled : ) its c iparity; an elo-
Misses Carrie I leard and
Esl her Do Ison, and Mrs. Jane
Rudd
Messrs Chris Peterson,
Junius C. Chisman, (1' orgi
W. Chisman, Archibald Hud-
son, ()tis G. Franklin, John
W. Whipps, Lucian Rich-
in md, Edinborra Green, Lyo-
nel T. Foster, Samuel Boh* e,
Roland B Robinson, I lerbei I
C Mumey, Cornelius Misson.
John Hunt, Nathaniel Taylor
yesterday: Charles B. Wilson, Archibald
Misses Gertrude M< IntoshJ J^rn, Moul G. Dorsey, James
Mabel lnezBrown.N;a^.irpr H rron, Cody Qunroga,
imta But
id, Anni*
arel Kelly,Julia Meehan
Margaret Mellsop, Mary Mc-
Call, Catherine I. e o n a id,
Mary Mai Veagh, M a r t h :i
White, Anna Scott, Anna
(id-on, and. Dorothy Low;
Mesdames Marcelle Smith,
Ella Sower, Mar) Collins,
Jennie Kenn< dy, Mary I >qj !,
and Marie Strout; Mr. and
Mrs. Charles B. Whitney, Mr.
and Mrs. Henry I-.. Woodward
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas L. An-
drew, Mr and Mrs. Fred. C.
Bi cker, Mr. and Mrs. Homi i
P. Clarke, Mr. and Mis. Hugh
J. Plynn, Mr. and Mrs. Geo
Low: Messrs. Frederick II.
Hill, Edward C. Stradley,
Guy A. Hans, Corwin Mc-
Dowell, Han ild Cunningham
Thomas Orient, R i c h a rd
Brock, James G. Brock, John
J. I >i urn, 11 irry Shade. [ isepll
l.annin George W. Babbitt,
I1'rank J McConville, Harold
M. Leech, Baldi Portin
Thomas Chakres, Thomas
Mori is, S t a n 1 e v
M Oswald bang, Edward
N. Collins lK'l,,l Blanks, Randolph I hambcrs,
William E. Evans, Paul Ed-
wards. Alexander Bryant,
IOI-
William Hunt, Eugene Ilol
comb,
(trf
aw!S-r
n the evening.
.o:
Considerable dissatisfac-
tion is being expressed on all
sides, and by all (lasses as to
delay latterly, in delivery of
mails at the Posl Office bom
the Ward Steamers Formerly
the Mails came ashore earlv
and promptly in the pilot
Boats, new tin y come ashore
with the passengers and thejr
baggage and are not even *
then s< lit to the Post Office
until after all the passengers
are landed,and all their Bag-
Rage is put in the Customs
Shed.
Monday morning howeier
the mail was brought off in
the pilot boat, just a little be-
I' ire the I ( ndei caine in ;
this arrangem* nt was in no
Way the n suit of any inter* -t
oi effort on the pait of the
\gi nts of I he Ward Line lo
facilitate the delivery of the
mails, but w as cut nelv due
to the court* sj of the pilot Mr.
John N. Brown who offered
his boat to land the mails.
\
Charles J. Walsh, | o s e n
Sears, John Barntt, Lewis
Alexander, Geosge 1 >oh< rly,
Benjamin Churchill, Cosmos
O'Meara, Cms Routoules,
I'aiiar Jens e n, Edward P.
:o:
\\ e i ills.-: ve r* gretfully that
the old and ( Stablished name
"Royal Victoria Hotel" has
been curtail* d lo Hotel Vic-
toria. I he Burgee now flying
at the mast has only tw< i
Words, the word "Royal"
having b* en dropped out.
- :> i:
I he S. S. "Monterey" was
al the Bar at .| a in. and vet
it was NINE o'clock before
the Mail bags were deliv* red
at the Post ( mi econsequent
ly it was i i \' o'clock before
the P blic w ere serv* d with
mails foi which they pay an
eil i mi us subsidy. \Vh\ ?
a >:
We have heard that the
Bahamas Racing Association
K, ,.n. had plans for coir citing the
Labouchere House into a
Ci untrvClub, but thus far we
"nothing doing" 'I he Win-
ter Si on ia Fasl approaching
nay, we may s !s on us and
no changes have rel been
made there,
- ; o ;
Tfai "'. v.-rrnTirmore is be-
coming very attractive' x>w
to HorseOwners Arm'ist all
dav, and ev*( I ydny In irs< S and
is are there training for
the si asi m's l.o i - i hat the
future races promise to be
more and more pleasant.
- :o:~
The Dr) Doi k bathing
Ri i oi Is Propiii loi has pur
> hased the fin* Motor Yacht
"Aileen" foi niei ly | w ned by
Mr. Andrew C. Crawford, for
the | iurpose of n nv* yiiig
guests ri ross the Harb* iur
this winter season, so thai at
last the R< w Boat has been
abandoned.
- :o:
The .Mail Steamer "Miami'
.peeled lo arrive here at
10 a.m. tomorrow, and the
mails to be forwarded by her
will be closed tomorrow at 2
30 p m.
:o:--
I he Hotel Colon 1H ip>ned
today and in their display 1 f
bunting we notice that the
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United States flag is placed influence on tlie Balkan situa
at the Eastern end of the Won particularly in Roumanias
buildingdoniinating thecity; policy. Apparently Russia lias
some time ago is arrange- |Deen preparing for these opera
ment was objected to and the! tlons f,,r som*' time i,ast- Cable
foreign Bag was becomingly communication fromitheiBessa.
removed to the far or West- ,rnb,a" HPP ha? v,rll,a y been
, .,, .... suspended for more than a
era end of the building. jmonlll lhousandl of roM8ages
We are not kist now in a being held up until Wednesday
mood for the dominance fap. last when the censorship was
parently) or in reality, of any
foreign Rag and we hope that
this gentle protest will cor-
rect ihe doubtless uninten-
tional offence.
The Schr. William II. Al-
bury arrived yesterday from
Miami with a cargo of him
ber and 13 passengers:
Misses Miriam Cook and
ightened and they began com
ing through.
Washington: -Austria! reply
to the Ancona Note^not only
meets the cardinal points of
Americas demands hut gives
assurance for the future which
are considered satisfactory in
their extent more than those
whi,ch were given by Germany,
1'lie full American official view
will not be known until after
Maronia McQuay; Mesdames President Wilson has studied
Maurice Johnson, Evelina the Austrian reply which was
Cook and Anna E. Marsha
Mr and Mrs. Theodore E.
Donovan, Messrs. John V.
Johnson, James Seymour,
Duke Richards, Titus Rolle,
Charles Main, and Randolph
William^.
Radiograms
3rd Janua.v, 1916.
Li>;i Russian*"army equipped with
I munitions from Japan, America
a I England is engaged in a
creal attack on tlie Au
I lungarian forces in (] ilicia.
Reports from Vienna and Petro- ""' sinking of the
" claim the advantact for American Consul from Adei
received today from Ambassa-
dor Pen field and was imme-
diately despatched to Hot;
Springs by white house messen
ger. It ma\ be stated authorita
lively however that danger of
a diplomatic rupture lias passed
and the controversy now enters
the same stage as the Lusita
nia negotiations with Germany
and 'in even mi ire favourable
basis.
:o:
4th, January, 1916
London, 3rd.
Governor, I'alia mas,
Official News: About two
lundred lives were loft ill
Persia. Th-
is missing.
I'he G le
grad
their respective fon es Lur nei
iher capital describes decisive I he Ci I e n Line steamei
results. The details which are Glengyle was sunk, about ten
but few, and conflicting, givs lives were lost. Headquarters
nodefinati description of the jn France reports a small
&"! I""'- Newspapers c<.....s tv S(,I/(,(1 Q posjtf6non the
i"!'?^ German fronl line at Armen-
tieres, inflicted several cas-
ualties and retired. There is
mining activity on both sides
that one and a half million
Austro Germans are engage*
and assert that wli never change
es thai have occured in the m
fighting line arein favourofthe Elsewhere in France artillery
Russians. The Austrian war activity Hartmannsweiler-
office official report says that ikopt as result which French
the Russian attacks were every withdrew "ii front of one fur-
ivheie repulse I [real looses |i ng.
A liunificant fact is that [he Russia reports-fierce fight-
Russian army has again been. jng (,,nli......9 South Priega
ableio.akv the offensive Re on Styr where Ihe Russians
cent telegrams from lie war 'd f ,
theatre where the war is raging ... ...
lav the Auslriansshow better capturedKardaskandStrupo.
4- ting qualities now .ha,, in Near Chartorisk enemy re-
the earlier stages "f the war. pulsed with heavy losses, 70
The result of the bstth is ex prisoners captured. Near
pected to have an important Czernowitz Russians oca'pi-
General Post Office,
Nassau, N. P.,
31st Deer. 1915.
Schedule of sailings of Steamers under contract to
convey Mails from the Bahamas to Foreign Countries dur-
ing the month of January 1916.
DATE or SAIL INC, NAML or STEAMER DESTINATION HOUR OF CLOSING
Jan. 4th 6th M 7th Miami Esperanza .Miami Miami New York Miami 2.30 p.m. 10.30 a.m. 5.00 p.m.
nth 13th >> Mono Castle New York 8.00 a.m. 10.30 a.m.
14th Miami Miami 11.30 a.m.
M 18th 20th Monterey New York 2.30 p.m. 10.30 a.m.
2ISt Miami Miami 4.00 p.m.
25th! 27tll| 28th 1 Mexico Miami New York Miami 5.30 p.m. 10.30 a uj^j
Parcel Mails will be made up and closed as
For the. United Kingdom and the
Jan. jth, 12th, iQtb and 26th at noon.
ed several heights capturing
about 900 prisoners and three
machine guns.
(Signed;
BONAR LAW.
I. o n d 0 n: The British
steamer Glengyle was sunk
i n the Mediaterranean o n
Sunday.Ther were 120pass-
engers and crew nixiflrd. All
w e r e landed except three
Europeans and seveuChinese.
'I he British steamer Si. ()s-
wald sunk by submarine in
Mediterranean while in the
sci vice of the Admiralty.
Washington: President
Wilson leaves Hot Springs
ti' night to 1 a k c | ersonal
charge of the Persia situa-
t ion. The Austrian Embassy
assured Secretary Lansing if
it developed that Austrian
submarine sunk ihe Persia
Ausl iii w ould give prompt
satisfaction and reparation.
Tokio- It is reported that
the armoured cruisers Kas-
ugn, Tokio and Chitosa will
proceed lo Ihe Suez Canal
mi sumablj to protect Japan*
shipping.
Copenhagen: The German
govermenl has granted the Ford
111U
ace pal
by spe.cia
many to The'
Saloniki I^B| JT
commander of the French to.ces
the American Consul has taken
charge of Turkish and Ciernin
interests in addition to tliose of
Austrian-I lungary.
Paris:Swiss advices say that
Emperor William's illness is
'i ih US.
Ii rlin:>(Jerman troops mndc an
attach on wide front between
Labassee and Bethune. The
French occupants of one trench
were annihilated. In some other
positions the Entente troops l!< d
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Continued from 1st page
S neither of the women or
I men.
Religions dessentions. These
were embittering Feeling,
^nctenl though poorChurch
^^ v. %0 bet disestablished,
lever thai meansand dis
wed which was a way of
essing that it was to be
of all or nearly all the
' s which her Sons in ancient
sought to strengthen he.
We may imagine the di
>ns in the Camp of Gallant
little Wales and how eyes have
1 ;i trdly at one another
R i perhaps there was not
same wholesale murder in
! as in Ireland.
Last but not least our I " i
[man neighbours teemed to have
been advised that India, at the
ttion of War in Europe,
, Would throw herself heart and
soul into thejfurtherance of the
<' ian Cause. It is true Eng
1 lias not touched the heart
iflncli i -Mat toourshame -but
bas convinced her head -she
''firmed her intellect India
gs thiit she (i e. the multi
^itionalities of which
isc nnposedjmust
pme one. The
ana v be a beast
."'!>(. 'Mini
passeiljf* would expect
Tciicl'"v' We, namely:
C( ft won the hearts of
',.-. '"'' 'use justice after
an is not Christ a id nothing
:nrl ' (-' iRisr will touch the
heart of India.
,''or ea !i and all of these
icauiesol the Great War so far
I in lividually to hi.no.'
]wt offer our Peni i encb today
accept the Pknancr
filenient of terribleSiss Drunk-
enness-Sexual Immorality.Blas
phemyhave- in all ages of
the nfcory of God's dealings
with the people of the world-
brought down judgment and
destruction. There is no deny
ii it we are no longer a moral
people That is to sa) Religion
is no longer holding in check the
evil propensities ol our nature.
Punishment has come to us.
however great the Victory may
be, still we shall have been pun-
ished rhe sword, the famine,
and the pestilence. Death i"
every conceiv ible form has
overtaken those we knew and
loved. The blind you would saj,
w uld recognize the hand I
God. But the strangest and
and most terrible thing about
it is that the signs of peni
are hard to see, The i >cp< riei ce
of the prophet lsaiah(XLI I
seems repeated in our case. The
words w i re quoted by the R< c
tor in the Cathedral in the
morning Set mon I herefore
" 11>- ha h poui 'il upon him i he
"fury of his anger, and the
"strength of battle; and it hath
"set him on fire round about,
"he knew it not; and it burnt him
; he laid it not '. \ he irt.
() (idll 111.ike ||s to sec our
sins! for inched we have sin-
ned through our fault out
own fault our own most grei
vous fault.
Surely vve, who for one
reason or an Iher have not
given our own I).idles to
shield tlie* country to which
we owe so much we might at
least be steadfast and persis
tanl in on,- prayers thai God
would give good sir cess to
the brave men fighting our
We Want To Help
The
Washerwoman"
At The New York House
and
Isaiah Sweeting
up East
Sunlight Soap 6 cts per bar
Lightning Soap Gets "
()ctagon Soap 5 cts "
Towe; Soap 4 cts "
Brown Soap 6 els "
Colonial Bathing Beaeh
Till. Colonial Bathing Beach (Saratoga) opened for tbi
Season on Dec. 14th. General admission to grounds i
eluding fruit, lunch and bathing, 1 e sliding or twenty
five cents. Tickets will ! sold at the I'ail; including
ib <\ admission au ferrj both ways for two shillings
fifty cents. B ats will leave at intervals commencing at 10 a.
duiii ithing hours. A definite schedule will be annoui
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OBMMM
,(,,,.I, 1.. ,r ,, ., '.-----rn >"*' ma\eni.m iigtitmg our
f. en on the tmp.re battle for us Surely that ,,
TKe Causes'mentioned above whatGod '* wait,in? fo1 From
" nly the inward work- "s'''" ;i" ;,(k'"wledgement< f
I
y- and striving for liberty of a
ly c'l
with
Hi
Presence and IPs Power
''t multitude and thev do not
but listen to the words ol a
the soldier port one of the first
s individually
fse of shame At the same to offer himself for his Coun
' We almost welcomed the try. Words written actually
because it gave us respite on the battle field in the
1:11 the perplexities of our own
tn| differences.
. "t we walked in penitence
ugh the streets of Nassau to-
'he opening, Sunday of a
Year >ur eyes were cast
1 tnthe lust in shame and
Christian people,
to be, Our
IJ sure pained with the
midst
dead.
of the dying and
the
Blow out, you bugli s,
the rich Dead:
There is none so lonelv
poor of old,
But d\ iug, has made us ran 1
gifts than gold.
o\ ei
and
S ,Bttllft*i
Up the \, ars to be
< 'I WOI k and joy and that un-
til ip ne,
'jhat men rail age; and those,
who would have I)' en,
I laii -ons, [|; ,._ ijnj,
iin mortality.
-
Blow, bugles blow! They
brought us, foi out dearth
llolim ss, lacked so long, and
Love ,\ik\ Pain!
Hon..... has come back, as a
King, to earth,
And paid his subjects with a
royal
And Nobleness w Iks in our
ways again;
And w e have 1 ome into our
heritage.
! ,w-efaa that the national These laid Ihe world away;
""" is strained by the de poured out Ihe red
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London,! it: The last
of the year found the l-.ur
eans belligerents li 0 buj
0 upii d w 1 1 b mattei
pressing importance top;
long ( riOUgn In do any m
al sum |< taking regarding
war situation I 1 mosl ol
lighting nations the
probal l\ seemed rather ueai
er its end a year ago than i
d 1 s now. For ( iieat Bi i!a
it is unfortunate that they
passi s mto hisloi j will
fr sli navalealamily, thes|
iug of 11
last day of
a busy one for the British"
Cabinet which accomplished
the almost unprecdi nted task
of holding two meetings in a
single day. Il now appcais
that the momentous qu< si ion
ol < ompulsory s e 1 vice in
(iio.at Britain is likely to be
ni 11 'inplishcd with tranquil
litv.
I
11 I.-. n I v H I I j I
calamity, the sj| |
[miser Natal. Tl.J
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