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m I gar ,n "pulsory service sinking of the Persia is forth Ha r %  Z?J )ef re Par —"^-lis said to have l ou K'v-n assurances that if any T.,,,,' 1 '; Austrian submarine is at [fault the Austrian governo5 Itrted he disagreed to withhold their judgment V '''J-'ntyo cab.net re until an explanation ol the, i n-_ .\.ictV, u %  l UK %  •Misuian govern^^sssssss :r nt wou, d %  >?• * %  tempt failed to break %  "P^ Ial ,Le Sllb %  %  "> ii:-cs in Galicia raa r,ne u ni '' ireof Germany the. K'ussians suffered an d ,Austria, and Great Briapp] ing lussrs. tain s mterf rence with neugton:—The President ,ral commerce will be the I ofState are taking subject of pi culiarly interest r .L' ', i' Kible to obiain >ng debates in congress, and ve to the sinking also that the question of na land [win act just ns tional preparedm s will a!i 11 ISl btained.lbe taken up. prsincluding I o P\ ' London:v,r,u:„. %  ,me have ben sunk in e iVrsia was I warning the Media terranean but whii h of the Peuton Allies is resj on ble is not v i reports that the known, ['he London I I Ml •> fluenca is the wbrIreports that the <',.. i' e Peninsular and I g i o n: -Surgeon n in this c( ut II try ew York, ChiraLine is t! '' %  ', Boston, San .. Cleveland %  oir. In t|,e two latter t ari i.. .... -A desperate battle is tlie Austrian land u fdfceiand tlie Mon•" ir |) ISS :-l(lil Moil ;1 Gibi iltar 9f the \ u the Austrian I u %  •' It is thought lliat e 1' rsia carried a 4 •'•HI IMIdefense pur the —:o: • 5th January 1916 1 ton, 3: — On of tl, re onv< ning of asioess prevails natorsand repn sen•by 1 1 llU veen Hie United .-IIHI some of the Luronts. I'M sidl lit 1 utshort his lion; i trip in order to be apital when thelegisbegin to offer r< WIUI regard to alleged fements of American its. Close inquiry is to le into the sinki:. P< rsia and the govern • PP*ars determined to : Heps warranted by revealed The Austrian d'Affairs has asked "• -Inn-ton authorities Heavy fighting eon' ah ng t he I! n the Pripei Marshi s to the Bukowina fr nt. Vii nna re ports that the H an on the offensive points but all their atti I have b en reputa d. Ar'/iii, r\ 1 ngagemi nts and in : n i n £ ; 111 1 sap] i rations continue on the French, Austro-Italian and Dardanelles fronts. In the Balkans 1 so 1 pt in Montem gro where the Aus trians claim to have put to rout a Montenegran detach ment which attempted an advance the situation re mains unchanged. There has also been no change at Salon iki as concerns the Entente Allies who have not yel so far as is known n pfii d to (ireece's protest against their fortifying the district against possible a t t a c k bj the Teuti in Allies; or an swered Greece's representa lions concerning ll 1 t of the consuls of the Central Powers and their Allies. For Rent A SIX room cottage with bath attached, tieai Pi 1 son and Fort I'iiuastle. Api.lv JOS. LAING, Illue Mill St, DeGregory's Tire Wo STEAM VULCANISING Ail makes end sizes of Auto Tires and Tubes Repaire All Work Guaranteed 30 WEST BAY STREET. ''^BmmmmmmmmmmBTmtamaaBMmaMammtBm Welch's Grape Juice. RINK-PRICES 2 3.1. %  ach 1 Pints, Is. 4;L, 15 s. per (I -,'M I Pints, 9d. T BLACK S 222 BI? AND Ths Nassau Candy Kitchen, Opp. Hotel Colcnial. Hi T. BRICE Commission Merchant OFFICE : w es i side BID spon* icxchanga. Nassau, N. P., Bahamas. iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiaiitiiiiiiii AGENT HORSES 1&m SHEEP CATTLE MV POULTRY SPONGE, SISAL and other ISLAND Products



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NvilliUM rvtlduins i\ir,\nIn veiba maestri Hem,, bound loiweir to the Dogmas of no Master. VOL. VIII N&ssnvj, V P., Bahamas. WEDNESDAY January 5. 1916. I. OILBEItT in ii II, Edit* and Proprietor. iiii'ii i: Corner Shirley 6. Charlotte Sts Satmn, N I', Bahai 'PHONE UO. p. 0. l.OX 188, PUBLISHED DAILY RATES Monday, We ; %  • %  %  -. %  y i. 'ul A (I veil I lr> • ~'H |,„ e '""• i-fi line sU I eighl I > i -< i The people would l '-^/[ n ku w ht>w is it that Ihe first intimaJjo^ 1 1,., t the public has of l vacancy in the subordinate, ulhci's (if the pubUcs^f^Sis the ann .un egyht of the appointniji'.if the MHO ssor? ( ) n wh.it print iple are tin se vacancii s Till %  :': Should nol the public kn< > w of a vacancy before it is filled, so as t< • give an op tj to aspi rants ti) the public service to api ily, and also It i give t 1 ose already in i he service an i ip port unity to apply f ( T pro in it i < H I? \ i iiii it would give an opportunity for thi "transfu sion" of new blood into the public servii Not long since it was the pra tice to mnounce in the Official Gazette that a i ei tain office would be vacant an I that appli ati< ns would be received for the same; whj has thi p liscon tinned ? favouritism is a bad prin C'p'r; in any service. Mail Steamei "Miami" opens tlie Winter service witW ".-tuck iii the mud in ivii'Bay." I he P< a e Hand Com 'A ill Ixiven at 8.15 to morrow evt ning, Radiograms 4U1. 1.in campaign tinui tant visi ,iary, 1916. 2nd: RUSE as Bessarabia 11 nie mosl impoi %  war activity. I'romJA-rpet to t lie Roumaii13ff*oT.i liter ov< 1 a front of at t 300 miles a huge Russian force with a great ap pearanct 1 f confidence is hurling hammer blows .it the opposing forces which ording h 1 official accounts total at least 1.500.000 mi n. Petrogrnd still claims con siderable suet esst s in the early stagi s of the campaign an 1 despatt hesemphasize the Mint equipment supi and munitions thai Russia laid up for this purpose during period of comparative passivity, Some London oh 51 rvers spet ulating on the meaning of the Bessarabian move hail it as one of the most ambitious strati plans since the beginning of hostilities and predict that it -. Ml prove .1 1 olossal attempt to break tinbackb< nc of the it rmanic Allies wholi lint across the Balkans. I husone critic says : "The plan is that Russia and the other Allies moving from different sides shall meet in the Balkans and gain complete maste-ryof the peninsula. If they succeed Turkev will be s bdued and the vitals of Austria-Hungary menaced," New York: 1 ft nry Ford in an in ten clared that his views r< garding the cause ol the war have undergone a mai ked change. When lasaid he was ol ti e opinion that bankers and manufac turers of munitions and ar mament w< re responsible but he returns with the belief that it is the people themselves, those b< ing slaughtt 1 ed, w ho are p jponsible. I he in' n doing the fighting have been content to let those who rule do their thinking and they have nol taken advantage of their Divine right to say themst l\ 1 s w hat they shall do and think. I 'i kin:—! he Presidt nt of China w ho hi • %  1 1 pted the profit 1 of an emp< r< >rs crown [uesi of various ants in the nit ion entt r ed the palace in the Impt rial Yt How Chair, sat on the th.oie and wa-anno mi | rj as nnpi rial majesty at the \i '.\ Veai day 1 %  ei >tii i n giv-11 foi Chit lals He is a 1 read) addre mperor by the Chinese although the foi mal coroi cen mony has nt t yet takt 11 pi -—:< %  : January 5II1 rg London, .ith. ( i i i\ (1 nor, Bahamas. ial News:British headquai lers report succt I LI 1 bombingattai k I j a • mall ty of our 1 roops. K Is 1 w here enemy grenadt attci failed nt nr Tahure. At other points there were aitil ; I !iissi 1 repoi Is in Chartorvsk and Strvpa region enemy attempts t trenches repulse tosses. Vi lent fi linues North of and the Russians ins; despite nume er-attacks. (Signed Bl )\: London:—Th< and Oriental st< long wa sun] with a not I a r Mediterranean. loss of life. ri Athens:Ring P l' : Si : bia ai 1 ived at fc*loj Sunda) aboard a I m. ^ audin ^^^ l< In:., hywnd Bi tish %  bian S arrivir: Salon iki, 1: Lord 1 volui 11 1 uitinj I 1 De ml 1 : ill In -A 1 • married, 1 marrit d and 112 |j 1 m men en I i s t ed d unman ii d and 1. 970 marrit d mt ttcsl future 7.000 marrii d and : in men w< u ri jectt d by lh< cruiting officers. A call has be< n issued single men betv 1 en 2 >, .. 2i< inclusive to ie| ort foi -. ii t by Pel ru in 8th. It is said that Ireland is | be f Xludt d I:' in tin script ion bill w hich is to be introdu* 1 d in pm liament I row, i John Simon, Secretary ol Siati for Home affairs 1 ned, L (\TEDi


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NvilliUM rvtlduins i\ir,\n- In veiba maestri
Hem,, bound loiweir to the Dogmas of no Master.
VOL. VIII
N&ssnvj, V P., Bahamas. WEDNESDAY January 5. 1916.
I. OILBEItT in ii II,
Edit* and Proprietor.
iiii'ii i:
Corner Shirley 6. Charlotte Sts
Satmn, N I', Bahai
'PHONE UO. p. 0. l.OX 188,
PUBLISHED DAILY
RATES
Monday, We ;
, --. y........ i l lay, an I Thui iglecopy t |l
Monthly
nntbl]
Mrttt
mllYi
f- % in
PAVAIlfcl IN.AIjVANCI'
i
i
it, -I
4>. 'ul
A (I veil I lr> ~'h |,e
'"" i-fi line
sU I
, eighl I > i -< i
The people would l'-^/[n
ku w ht>w is it that
Ihe first intimaJjo^ 11,., t
the public has of l vacancy
in the subordinate, ulhci's (if
the pubUcs^f^Sis the an-
n .un egyht of the appoint-
niji'.if the mho ssor?
()n wh.it print iple are tin se
vacancii s Till ':': Should nol
the public kn<>w of a vacan-
cy before it is filled, so as t<
give an op tj to aspi
rants ti) the public service to
api ily, and also It i give t1 ose
already in i he service an i ip
port unity to apply f( t pro
in iti \ i iiii it would give an
opportunity for thi "transfu
sion" of new blood into the
public servii
Not long since it was the
pra tice to mnounce in the
Official Gazette that a i ei
tain office would be vacant
an I that appli ati< ns would
be received for the same; whj
has thi p liscon
tinned ?
favouritism is a bad prin
C'p'r; in any service.
Mail Steamei "Miami"
opens tlie Winter service
witW ".-tuck iii the mud in
ivii'- Bay."
I he P< a e Hand Com
'a ill Ix- iven at 8.15 to
morrow evt ning,
Radiograms
4U1.
1.in
campaign
tinui
tant visi
,iary, 1916.
2nd: Ruse as
Bessarabia 11 n-
ie mosl impoi
war activity.
I'romJA-rpet to t lie Roumaii-
13ff*oT.iliter ov< 1 a front of at
t 300 miles a huge Rus-
sian force with a great ap
pearanct 1 f confidence is hurl-
ing hammer blows .it
the opposing forces which
ording h 1 official accounts
total at least 1.500.000 mi n.
Petrogrnd still claims con
siderable suet esst s in the
early stagi s of the campaign
an 1 despatt hesemphasize the
Mint equipment supi
and munitions thai Russia
laid up for this purpose dur-
ing period of comparative
passivity, Some London oh
51 rvers spet ulating on the
meaning of the Bessarabian
move hail it as one of the
most ambitious strati .
plans since the beginning of
hostilities and predict that it
-. Ml prove .1 1 olossal attempt
to break tin- backb< nc of the
' it rmanic Allies wholi lint
across the Balkans. I husone
critic says : "The plan is that
Russia and the other Allies
moving from different sides
shall meet in the Balkans and
gain complete maste-ryof the
peninsula. If they succeed
Turkev will be s bdued and
the vitals of Austria-Hungary
menaced,"
New York: 1 ft nry Ford
in an in ten clared that
his views r< garding the cause
ol the war have undergone
a mai ked change. When la-
said he was ol ti e opinion
that bankers and manufac
turers of munitions and ar
mament w< re responsible but
he returns with the belief
that it is the people them-
selves, those b< ing slaughtt 1 -
ed, w ho are p jponsible. I he
in' n doing the fighting have
been content to let those who
rule do their thinking and
they have nol taken advan-
tage of their Divine right to
say themst l\ 1 s w hat they
shall do and think.
I 'i kin:! he Presidt nt of
China w ho hi 1 1 pted the
profit 1 of an emp< r< >rs crown
[uesi of various
ants in the nit ion entt r
ed the palace in the Impt rial
Yt How Chair, sat on the
th.oie and wa-- anno mi | rj
as nnpi rial majesty at the
\i '.\ Veai day 1 ei >tiiin giv-
-11 foi Chit lals He is
a 1 read) addre mperor
by the Chinese although the
foi mal coroi cen mony
has nt t yet takt 11 pi
-:<:
January 5II1 rg
London, .ith.
(ii i\ (1 nor, Bahamas.
ial News:- British
headquai lers report succt
I li 1 bombingattai k I j a mall
ty of our 1 roops. K Is 1
w here enemy grenadt attci
failed nt nr Tahure. At other
points there were aitil ;
I !iissi 1 repoi Is in Charto-
rvsk and Strvpa region
enemy attempts t
trenches repulse
tosses. Vi lent fi
linues North of
and the Russians
ins; despite nume
er-attacks.
(Signed
Bl )\:
London:Th<
and Oriental st<
long wa sun]
with a not I a r
Mediterranean.
loss of life.
ri '
Athens:- Ring P l' :
Si : bia ai 1 ived at fc*loj
Sunda) aboard a I m. ^
audin ^^^
l< In:., hywnd Bi tish

bian S arrivir:
Salon iki,
. 1: Lord 1'
volui 11 1 uitinj I
1
De ml 1 : ill In -a 1
married, 1
marrit d and 112 |j 1 m
men en I is t ed d
unman ii d and 1. ,
970 marrit d mt ttcsl
future 7.000
marrii d and : in
men w< u ri jectt d by lh<
cruiting officers.
A call has be< n issued
single men betv 1 en 2 >, ..
2i< inclusive to ie| ort foi
-. ii t by Pel ru in 8th.
It is said that Ireland is | ,
be f X- ludt d I:' in tin
script ion bill w hich is to be
introdu* 1 d in pm liament I
row,
i John Simon, Secretary
ol Siati for Home affairs 1
ned,
L
(\TEDi


m
I
gar ,n
"pulsory service sinking of the Persia is forth
Ha r ' Z?J)efre Par "^-lis said to have
"lou- K'v-n assurances that if any
T.,,,,'1'; Austrian submarine is at
[fault the Austrian govern-
o5
It- rted he disagreed to withhold their judgment
V '''J-'ntyo cab.net re until an explanation ol the,
i n-_.\.ictV, u l UK- Misuian govern-
^^sssssss :rnt wou,,d >? *
tempt failed to break ' "P^ "Ial ,Le Sllb"
''"> ii:-cs in Galicia raa.r,ne u'ni''ireof Germany
the. K'ussians suffered an.d,Austria, and Great Bri-
app] ing lussrs. tain s mterf rence with neu-
gton:The President ,ral commerce will be the
I ofState are taking subject of pi culiarly interest
r.L' ', i' Kible to obiain >ng debates in congress, and
ve to the sinking also that the question of na
land[win act just ns tional preparedm s will a!- i
11 ISl btained.lbe taken up.
prsincluding I o _
P\ London:-
......v,r,u:. ,me" have ben sunk in
e iVrsia was
I warning
the Media terranean but
whii h of the Peuton Allies
is resj on ble is not v i
reports that the known, ['he London I I Ml >
fluenca is the wbr- Ireports that the <',.. '
i' e Peninsular and I
g i o n: -Surgeon
n in this c(
ut ii try
ew York, Chira- Line is t! ,
''', Boston, San
.. Cleveland
oir. In t|,e two latter
t ari i.. ....
-A desperate battle is
_ tlie Austrian land
u fdfceiand tlie Mon-
" ir |) ISS :-l(lil Moil ;1
Gibi iltar 9f the \ !
u the Austrian I u
' It is thought lliat
e 1' rsia carried a 4
'hi imi- defense pur
the
:o:
5th January 1916
1 ton, 3: On
of tl, re onv< ning of
asioess prevails
natorsand repn sen-
by 1 1 llU,
veen Hie United
- .-iihI some of the Luro-
nts. I'm sidl lit
1 utshort his lion-
;i trip in order to be
apital when thelegis-
begin to offer r<
wiUi regard to alleged
fements of American
its. Close inquiry is to
le into the sinki:.
' P< rsia and the govern
' PP*ars determined to
: Heps warranted by
revealed The Austrian
d'Affairs has asked
" -Inn-ton authorities
Heavy fighting eon'
ah ng t he I! ......n
the Pripei Marshi s to the
Bukowina fr nt. Vii nna re
ports that the H an
on the offensive
points but all their atti I
have b en reputa d.
Ar'/iii, r\ 1 ngagemi nts and
in : n i n ; 111 1 sap] i
rations continue on the
French, Austro-Italian and
Dardanelles fronts.
In the Balkans 1 so 1 pt in
Montem gro where the Aus
trians claim to have put to
rout a Montenegran detach
ment which attempted an
advance the situation re
mains unchanged. There has
also been no change at Salon
iki as concerns the Entente
Allies who have not yel so
far as is known n pfii d to
(ireece's protest against their
fortifying the district against
possible a t t a c k bj
the Teuti in Allies; or an
swered Greece's representa
lions concerning ll 1 t of
the consuls of the Central
Powers and their Allies.
For Rent
A SIX room cottage with
bath attached, tieai Pi 1
son and Fort I'iiuastle.
Api.lv JOS. LAING,
Illue Mill St,
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Steam Vulcanising
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Auto Tires and Tubes Repaire
All Work Guaranteed
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