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! i. OILBKKT DUPCCII. I of the South bound steamers Eitor .mi I'roprirtor. | arr | v j n g |, ero w i tn cargo, SQ OFHCK: as to utilize the steamers' Corner Shirley ft Charlotte St. Mex co ;uul M ,, ||( Cas| | ( f or A.-.'-• tin, N.P., Btihiimns %  , pass, nger service ana tlie steamers Monteray andEsperanza for cargo during Tourist season. This is a good change, and !-I)\R SHE p. o. rox im. %  1 HI ISHII) DAILY RATES 1 IV \. \\ c mousy anil I v ... i' should be welcomed bv Imiav, .in I lhui*iav mule onv I'l I ii" i-i Mtuiday -single o|.y i|d porters and Exporters alike. Monthly is. fa I Quaritrl] fj.lfYrflin f,lv 4'i-. is I i I'AV AULBIN ADVANCK Advertisiiii l;..te:S \ f"i ftul n The Price of Sisal is good. At present for Hand Cleand, :19s. per I0O lbs. is offered in 00r local market, and we are ance par line crediblv informed that the J Adverti*eiiiriitiM lit line 1 TLhc Uribunc Thursday. Jnnuarv *> %  1916. )Z." 1 -'' lin< S. Johnson Co. is selling at llnefoi siil.|ueut insertion;. Q CtS. peril). V. U. D. .\e\V Y01 k, from their crop of fei tilized grown plants. I -:o:The Board of Agriculture is assisting the small Toma—* to growers to harvest and The Mail Steamer "Espershi P their crops, by supplying ^la-?n%ecl ea.lv this C \ '"^ W" e C< Pjchasing lavant with the packed crates, and paying lassauand n ; V V '^ '"""'" %  f ,. A transit for New York. But for this many of the 1 he following are the pasjailer growers could nol sengerS'— handle their productions. i^B C\' — Misses Elsie Elizabeth, and ,, t „ .. „ Margaret Arnstein, and Sweet lepers are being ; Mr. and Mrs. fgely cultivated at Eleu Arnstein, Messrs Frederthera, and shipments are beV. Broatch, and Charles g'nmng to go forward and h; and Master William satisfactory prices are being 1st, in obtained. Mr. and .MrsVUoward Wif] M;,nv h "r r '"'^T !!"' i, ms growing ol the peppers to the o ._ Pomatoi s and say tliere is 'I he Mail Steamer "Esper ; m or *' mone ? \ n }* m anza" steamed lor New York .,. f 1 omatoes are going forward by each North bound 1 argo steamer now. I he crop on Eleuthera is tinlargest ever produced. Account sales by recent this afternoon with mails and ] fei follows: \li. ;ind Mrs T. L. \11dn Mi and Mr, C. II Whitney, M Ed vardC. Stradle'-, I C Sill, 11. j. Heii hman and ewis l\ Pilcher, >isteis I iita Butler and Mary !\'.<\ lliond. (10) — :o: G )OI) rSEWS mail shows $3 per crate ana 1, tter. This means much to Eleutherans. —:o: — The Hacks on the Streets Jibly informed neve, ooked better. Most of; •wing to the ever inthem have been newly parnig number of apphca ed and refitted, preparatory fo, passage, to Nassau to the bi* season winch a I of at Hi N.Y?4C.M S S. us, and all of tire Hack drivers Hi l h;iv( asked to be ;illo 1 rl in changes in I; dale of feilins, reare looking forward to. •:o: — li is rumoured that the N. .in ihe North hound. V. & C M S.S. Co. has leased "ins leaving.here with the Adderley Wharf (No 3) on the alternate weeks and Office in Bay Street and will soon remove their business thereto. Messrs. Hairy and Vincent .\h I'll rson and Mr. Bru< i Thompson, sons of our 1 S teemed fellow citizens E. W. T. McPherson and Hezekiah Thompson Esquires, have pitched their tents in Tampa Fla, having opened .1 Garage there, evidently finding it a better field of labour. Mr. Bruce Thompson t was in the public service here, hai ing idled the position of Meteoro logical Recorder for many years and Clerk to the Electrical Board since its creation. WAR SENTIMENT IN JAMAICA. I he Government has i 1'' ,1 o 1 per annum foi foi tj J ears. CHRISTMAS MESSAGES. From the Hon. J. II. All wood, M. L. C. to the people 1 if |amaica : "The peasants are offi ring their !i\ es Freeh Let the others follow their noble i \ amples and pay if they can not light." —Christmas Number The Daily Gleaner Kingsti n Jama it a. From Mr. Hector Josephs K.C. "Of money Jamaica u sending lier tens of tho isands of pounds, of men she is send ing her thousands. And this is being done, not in a spirit of boastful Dl ide, but for the honour of the Empire and in grateful reiiiembeiaiin ofthe treasure that has been spent and the blood that is bi ing shed whereby we live todaj safe from ;i hostile attai k; and in response to the summons of our King." Ibid. From Mr. William Morrison. •' I low is it and why is il that we here in Jamaica, thousands of miles away from the Mother Country (in many instances without oill evei hav ing paid a visit there, in several other cases un.-onnet ted by any direct I ies pf kith or kin and only actuated by the deep and genuine sentiment within us) have responded so thoroughly to the call? The answei is to be found in the one word "I reedom." • 4 lb,\l From Major Chai les W< d Hill, 1st West India Regiment. "Have I done my little best I'm my country during the past year ? If this question is honestl) aski d there will be hundredsmoreeligible young men coming forward to ( Q roll in our Contingent, and thus take a< live part in the fortunes of their country." Ibid. From the Hon. Fred Evans M. I.. C. l he all absorbing topictoday in Westmoreland, as it must be in all Jamaica is the recruiting rjf-vi iluale< rs to go forwardTind lake Hi. 11 xrTrm^, in the greatest wai known t< 1 the world that is now raging in Europi And 1 .tit boys are Responding aMy to the call Ibid. From Mrs AnnieJ. I louglas. "(in Is, if \ nil km i\\ that a young man has nothing to keep him from servung his King and Emp ie, -\JI I J "ii meel him at a dance/TowfBt — him, at tennis 01 g< df avoid \ him When he appioai hes l^ you, S3) "Gel into 'Khaki' and I am with vou all the iimi '" II he wont and peisisti ntly refuses, put a white f. ather in his hat, and t< II him to go home to Ids "Mama. Ibid. From Mis Blat kden, wife of Bi i gadiei (ieneral Blackden. "Courage of a high order is needed by us w omen, if we mean to take our share in the w ar's great entei pi ise. \\ e too must bear the Sil) red call of duty, and be willing to give up all that we hold dear for the Sake ol our com try." 1 ;• 0 %  Then let us with brave words send foith our mePto



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' fighl for their Motherland' Let our watchword be Cour ag. .'• Ibid. I* ram Blanche Jelfroy Smith. ^\Yh i',"\ li • : lit• %  -.ft] %  of our love, harder perhaps for us who are so fur away from the centre of things, let wh i ei y er th&\ aa we awaken iV-t in ourselves and ihen in oir men thft spirit of true giving So will they look back, ami gain incentives from us 10 strive after and at i i\ n*T|uri!5sTW^n though it mav he unknownlinhonour d and unsung'' so let us rise above our feeling.Lind give, give an I yet ngaiubive of Our dearest and lest." Ibia. Radiograms January 0th i|i<\ I pdon, 6th. "~—povet-uor, la ha mas. Olkial Nelv^-*Uw^P?irne Minister introducing lull I'm compuls'irj military m \ ice for siiiRlVmeii between tfc? ages o 18 .i ad 11 emphasizedlhc won dei fullv in %  •'in.-i MIL; nsults of the I-X't 1 < %  -i lieme. i I• -.-1 is III I"ire poi i t'A" enemy ho itler bat teries silcn e<| \ \ o%ntien s Ourifire pre inted the develop inM t uf a hostile atWk al •it I.N' vhere in I' i^e^yjjf f.miA l\H$ i ii Butte tie rah til letely rep its ed. T 4iil s vi t ww ris enemy trenches :upied North of Ezernowitz and mn PI attacks repulsed with se\ ere l< isses. The em my were ilso repulsed in l^i,u' and Chai Hirvsli regions. I e Tin ks shelled Kuti 1 Am ,H.I on the se :ond "f January. There lias been quiet since. \ i nffici il St at < nu i.l of ill" British blockade policy saw thfl i iei HI lti)S export trade lias belji su islani i dlj desti iyi d. Cofton.u i'il and rubber have been ex< luded from Germany f. .r rri my months, Fats, Oils and dairy produce arc only obtain abfml famine prices There is c i ISI lerahle discontent among ;i seat ion of the German population and there hive been food riots in the larger towns. (Signed) IJOXAU I-A*' otli January, 191O. London, 4th:—The Petrograd correspondent of the II a V a s Agency announces that the Austriahs have evacuated Czernowitz, tlie Rus j sians having sei ze d all tlie heights dominating the town.' The Russian official communication does not confirm the evacuation but says that Northeast of Czernowitz we have occupied a line of trenches and repulsed strong enemy counter attacks. Washington, 4—There is no lessening in the tension on the new submarine crisis to day with President Wilsons return to the White House to take personal charge of the situation but there were marked indications of the pre sidents intention to proceed carefully and deliberately be fore committing the United States to the next step in its ajrejijv ^trained relations with the "Teutonic powers. At the state department hope wa-. expressed that there would be opportunity to sel tie the dispute amicably and it was stated that the govern ment believed \ustrias assur ance in the last Ancona note were given in go d faith. Two points il was euphasiz ed must be cle ired up before the n \t inove is made. It musl be establish! d wheilu r the Persia actually was tor pe loed and if so what was the nationality of the suhina 1 inc. New York, 4—A wireless mess licit came in frag meats at 8:35 o'clocktonight from the Greek liner These a loniki said thai the crew had taken to the lifeb its. The manner in which the message was received indicated that the disabled ship concerning whose movements there has been much mystery for several daVS was in set ions trouble aod probably sinking. A win li s 1 message received earlier in the evening indicated that the steamer United States wllil h went to the I bessalo niki yesterday probably was in the vicinity of the disabled liner Whether the United States readied her could not be ascertained. The captain and ninety members of the crew were reported to be on board. Her passengers, 300 in all, had previously been transferred to the steamer Patris 0th January, 191O. London:—I he American Embassy has been informed that the K'IA Homer R. Sal isbury a passenger on the Per sia has not been rescm d. Premier Asquith introduced a compulsory military bill in the house of commons today. The bill has practically the same provisions of the I >erby scheme. All males 18 to II are liable for service. Ire land is 1 >.< mpted )tln T ex emptionsare possible on the grounds physical incapacity. munition workers or dependants. The bill may add 500 000 men to the army. Washington:The President and secretary of state are still awaiting official advices regarding the Persia. Foreign affairs were discussed in the senate. An Bmb irgo on the shipment of arms was pr< %  • ed. I he Reverend Salisbury was Superintendent of Mis si, ins m India for the Seventh Day Adventist Church. Fort de France, Martinique: eGerman and Austrian subjects taken from American vessels by the French cruiser Descai tes have b< en r< l< ased and w ill proceed to New York. London:-'! he steatnei l.eto undei contract with the American Commision foi the rein f of Belgium struck a mine but is proceeding on her Voyage It is officially announced i that the British lost 0001 o in Loos offensive in September jand October. Neuters and flavas agen cies icpoi t the Russinns have occupied Czernowitz 1 aptur1 ing many prisoners. New Y01 k: -Congn ssman 1 Buchanan implicated in mu nil ions plot c. >nspirac) has been released on $5 000 bail Constantinople : 'I II e Turks repulsed reinforcemi nt trying to relieve Ihe beleaguered garrison at K Amara. New York:R bids the use of bis name at primaries because lie is not a candidate for president. New Turk-: — On rumoi that the kaiser was dead man exchange fell t< 1 2 foi four mark '' 1 on record. Paris thin kaiser has cancer, win' sterdam reports blood pi Washington:—Se a a t o r Gore has introduced .1 bill barring passports to Ai cans trav< lling on ships of th belligerents. "5*Ave. ait ARROW Striped Madras COLLAR One of the most popular of the recent style introductions in Madras collars. ON BALK AT NASSAU'S BEST 1:1 %  '•'! Ml.l'.ltS ci.ri.IT. PKABODY .\ CO., MAKERS, TROY, N. V. I'., 8. A. C. L. LOFTHOUSB Exclusive Agent. FOR SALE Old Lumbei and St< Apply to ANN MINN For Rent A SIX room c 'ttage w bath attached, neai l'ii sou and 1'ort kin | •• Apply JOS LA1NG, Blue Hill St. Al UT/L A TED



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? iiza" i Continued from 1st page which the pioblems with which he has to deal alter not merely in degree but in kind. Si.John Fiench passed that point brilli antly in South Africa ; Lord Roberts passed it also perhaps lit the same time. On the othei hand, there have been Generals >ir Redvers Buller who never pasted it at all, and re. mained magnificent Brigadiers, but ineffective in the control of larger forces. The significance i Sir Douglas Haig's three fold triumph in France and Flanders is that he has proved himself to have made this fateful stop with brilliant success. Before the war he had never commanded iu action anything largi i than a regiment; in manoeuvres nevei anything larger than a division. At the Aisne he com' %  i a corps, and now fie .'ommands an army, and as his sibilities increase so do bis praises grow." ^> maaama i ii sens ft M I i 4 NOTICE {Police Ordeily Koom, II, 29th December 1915 datives claimingSepara*^ tion A 11 o w a n ce from 1 em ben of the Second BaContingent should be u si lit at tlic Treasury on .\j,(u 1 day 8th January 1916 w\ere payment will be made ip to that date to dependents claims have been ap row d. By Order, R, II. C. CRAWFORD Ci'inmiitnliitit oi Police FOR SALE Colonial Bathing: Beach T N£ !" S; T HE Colonial Bathing Beach (Saratoga opened for the Season on Dec. 14th. General admission to grounds including fruit, lunch and bathing, one shilling;ot twenty five cents. Tickets will be sold at the Park including the above admission and ferry both ways for two Shillings or fifty cents. Boats will leave at intervals commencing at 10 a.m. dining the bathing hours A definite schedule will he announced later %  %  "w • %  • %  We Want To Help The Washerwoman At The New York Mouse and Isaiah Sweeting up Last Sunlight Soap Lightning Soap Octagon Soap Tower Soap Brown Soap 6 cts per bar Gets " 5 cts " 4 cts " 6 cts " H. T. BRICE Commission Merchant OFFICE : West Side Big Spongo CxcKivnge. Nassau, N. P., Bahamas. AGENT ; NDERS will be recei• ved by Mr. Timothy A. nitli, up to the usl of Defer for a dwelling house and lot on Shirley Street, inded on the northby Shir Street, on the Mast by pro iv of Timothy A. Smith, Hie South by property of 'he late James, A. Godfrey, -'. by Canaan Lane. Sold e of nil encumberance, the lit,is reserved of rejecting v r all of the lenders. TIMOTHY A. SMI I'll No. 250 Shirley Street. HORSES CATTLE SHEEP POULTRY SPONQE, SISAL and other ISLAND Products lie el part DeGregory's Tire Works STEAM VULCANISING All makes o.m\ |j:es of Auto Tires and Tubes Repaired AH Work Guaranteed 30 WEST BAY STREET. T HE entire stocBJ| trade! of the late IV rCllliamsJ is being disposed "fcgreatp ly reduced prices M\_ liaP been de< ided ty. l<£do\\n the business in Uie of January. In the meantime tlrfndersigned is prepared toleeive Offers for the pun-hast ot'tha' whole or any part thereof. Come a id gel youafchrist-J mas shoes ClIE \P. j An op|ioi tunity lo one should miss. No reasonable off? PHILIP A.TRI Tiuslee for the CJ| "jAS. A. EV/NS UM>r.R.TAKt.l East BayS B KGS t" inf> ii)> hi fi i< nds and the public thane has just received this weelby the S. S. Borglum a compla stock ( ,f iJTe I %  "."I mostip-to^ date in coffins coinpi H fk ( "sk etsand white coffins fqJbliildren and can be supplied a/an) size. I"i iins 1 casi iiil ile SallsfAClion Gunitnleed Rope ] Rope Hope Manilla Ro^e Hemp Rope Sisal Rope j Baling Rope Jute Rope. N — A Kl I.I. line of over 300 Coil> kept in Sto< l< and delivered from 1 >ur Warehouse in Nassau at New York prices plus I'M ighl and I >uty. IUIV here and save New York C >mmission, Interest and the trouble of ordei nig. CIIAS. E. ALBUBT, Agent. CI1AS C. LIUHTliOLRN AR.MSTR.ONG ST. llr\wkln' S Hilt. t 7X lE Iv' I ENCED Paper -j I langer. Ceiling Work, a specially. AU work carefully and Artistically performed. Absolute satisfaction guaran teed. The vcrv best references.



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Continued from 1st page which the problems with which he lias to deal alter not merely in degree but in kind. Si." John French passed that point brilli nnily in South Africa ; Lord Roberts passed it also perhnps at the same time. On the other hand, there have been Generals like >ir Redvers Buller who never passed it at all, and reman: I magnificent Brigad but ineffective in the control of larger forces. The significance of Sir Douglas Haig's three fold triumph in France and Flanders is that he has proved himself to have made this fateful step with brilliant success. Before the war he had never commanded in action anything largei than a regiment ; in manoeuvres never anything larger than a division. At the Aisne lie comI a corps, and now he nandsan army, and as his responsibilities increase so do his praistt grow." Colonial Bathing* Beach NOTH 'llg I 10' .1 Mil .1 i NOTICE 'lice Ordei lv Koom, i, 29th December 1915 elatives claiming Separa"^ tion A 11 ow B 1. ce from ibera of the Se< 1 md I'.i%  • %  iHjas Contingent should be -1 nt at the Treasury on Xj jiu clay St 11 January 1916 / re payment will be made up to that date to dependents claims have been api'i d. By Order, R. H. C. CR VWFORD CnmmanJant oj Police FOR SALE T HE Colonial Bathing Beach fSaratoga opened for the Season on Dec. 14th. General admission to grounds including fruit, lunch and bathing, one shilling or twenty live cents. Tickets will be sold at the Park including the above admission and ferry both ways for two shillings or fifty cents. Boats will have at intervals commencing at 10 a.m. dining the bathing hours. A definite schedule will he announced later 'WfWKV't' • *"S"*rr We Want To Help The Washerwoman At The New York House and Isaiah Sweeting up Last 6 ctS per bar Gets " 5 cts " 4 cts " Sunlight Soap Lightning Soap Octagon Soap Timer Soap Brown N-'

mpiisv£| etsand while collins lo'i and can he sup: lied a : I'i 1 mie, e Satisfaction GuMtnt4 Rope Ropei Set s. 3 ""TENDERS will be recei* ved by Mr. Timothy A. • inith, up to the 31 st of Deiember for a dwelling house and lot on Shirley Street, bounaed on the north by Shir y Street, on the East by pro D^QpegOPy S FlPe WOPkS Mv of I i mot by A. Smith, the South by property of t'lelaie James, A. Godfrey, •t by Canaan Lane. Sold e oi all encumberance, the lit,is reserved of rejecting 1 1 all of the tenders. TIMOTHY A. SMI I'll No. 350Shirley Street. Manilla Roye Hemp Rope Sisal Rope j Baling Rope • Jute Rope. A TI I.I. line of o\er Coils kept in sto( k a II delivered from our \Yareln*i e in Nassau at New York pric plus I'M ighl and Duty. luiv here and save M-fcr I York" Commission, In left and the trouble of order i||{] ClIAS. K. Al.IHKY.I STEAM VULCANISING All makes anj sizes of Auto Tires and Tubes Repaired ~; All Work Guaranteed 30 WEST BAY STREET. ClIAS C. LIGHTliOUh' AR.MSTR.ONG ST. HawklA'a Hill. X I' I-. lv' T N'CKI) I-B|t M;,ner. Ceiling Won speciallv. All work" raid* lv an 1 Aitistically | -i f. .r.ti-s Absolule satisfaction iiuaftii teed The vcrv best lelereaci ,. M UTIL A TBD



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^ 1 NVIIIMI-. tttldlctua jvirnrr In vrilin iimiiisiri Beinn bound to iwetr to the Dogmtvi of no Master. VOL. XIII. \..-s,,v,. N. P.. IJB.hai.itt8. THURSDAY Janunry 6. 1916. No. Vi GENERAL HAIG l\\*w English Leader on Continent T l IE appointment of General Sir Douglas Haig to be Commander in Chief of the Mulish for ces in France and Belgium re calls id mind a paragraph in a recent report ol I ii Id Marshal Sir John Frew h, m which he, p'aTu ruin 'Cvbtfii to the man who now su cei ds him : "I desire t" express i<> the ar my under my command my iai i< HI of the splen did work they have at complisli sd nnd mj heartfelt thanks fni the brilliant Ii rshipdispiaj '•(I by (ie II ral Sir Dou Haig nnd the corps and divi n I commanders who acted under Ins irders in the main at tack." y io"m>\* ; i!i': appreciation "' 5 J | >, ,1 i| is | |ajg appeared 111 decent issue of The London Ie "Win n the war began in \i\ .:usi i( is safe i" saj that few people in England knew any tliin.' about Sir Douglas Haig. As H rule w t pay I '• 11Ie at ten tio'i t<> our military or naval leaders until their existence is forci il upo i us, and outside the circle ol %  icperls and their own friends ihe) i njoy n anonymity as perfect in its waj ns the pub jicity enj iveH by ihe politician Sir folin Jell coe was k'inwn to students of naval warfare .-ill over Europe; but how many of tho general British public had evei heard ab ml him ? Yel today his name is .1 household word. S imething similar is hap nine in the case of Sir Dou 1 las. I laic When he wenl mil to comii).ind $1 of ilif two army corps which made up Sir John French's small and gallant army in August he was hardly known at all. Nor did we hear much of him in the retreat, be cause in a retreat the post of glory is that of the rearguard) and ihe great rearguard action fought by the other ai my corps under Sir I lor£ce Smith Don %  11 "It was not until the battle of the Aisne that his name be gan spet iall) to dis< ngnge it self from those of other general %  iffici rsmi nti< wed in dispatches. In his dispatch dati d I >ct. 8 Sir John French specially selected Sir 11> u las Haig foi particular rj %  • %  '. %  n ()n S< pt. 1 •;, when the fust footing had been gained on the north bank of the Aisne, Sii .1 1,11 French wrote as fol •• III.' action of the First G rps on this day, under the direction and ci mmni d of Sir I Douglas I l.i g, ns 1 'I so skilful, bold, and decisive a character that he gained pti itio.is whii h alone have euabli d me to maintain m\ posit i' %  1 for more than three i.s of veiy severe fighiingon : he north hank of the ri\ 1 1. "General Haig had proved himself bold, skillful, and n 0 lute as the leader of an advance, I Ie was to prove himsi If 11 fi w weeks later to possess to the full that tenai ity in defense which he had aln ad) show n in repuls in the < lei man counterattacks on the \isue In () -foher the British f rces w ere mn\ ed froiit the neighboihood ofSoissons to Ihe line from Ypres to I a I' nnd ihe I en:nof what has been described as the greatest battle in English history— the three weeks" battle for the de fense of Ypres —was in Sir 11 ugtas Haig's hands. "' [throughout this trying pe riod," wrote Sir John French, 'Sir Douglas Haig, aided by his divisional commanders and bri gade commanders, held the line with marvelous tenacity and undaunti d courage. Words fail me to express the admiration I feel for their conduct, or m\ sense of the incah ulable servi i< and he us, d general!) to bi pitted against (lie the late G< ral Grierson in these mi tattl. s. It would be haul find two men more differ; J ip. training and temppiams > n ihe one side, Gritrson,*-* yd n from his earliesi u. ii a student of warfare rather than a fighting man had alv been held in bondage to a 1 appointment; on the otner side, Haig, who had spent his actr. military life as a regimental officer or Drigadier, and l nly for a year or two had the time or opportunity to turn fi the actual handling of man cl bi side Mm to the large* \ blems of handling troops in %  bod) on the map. •Moth wi re S< othmen, Grit rson of humbler parentage than I laij;, hut I laic had icmai. almost undeci. rated and know 11, while on state OCCJ (irierson blazt d witln rden ribbons from evi r) soven and every army in Europe. Thi %  11 \ 11 got the chain e of fight together for Ihe common ob of their professional life, l r < ii it rs< m died (as his fiiends out of pme exaltation nnd I pinc-si a few days days hi lbs Bi ilish Arm) went ,n lion. "S:r 1 li UglaS Laic I BSCSI 011 his old opponent's II hi' nd's tradition, as w ell 1 ow 11. Then a poii 1 every < ien< rat's can er, pei w hen l.e gi Is a division, pi i not until lie get Ins cor| (Continued on lth page)


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NviIImi-. tttldlctua jvirnrr In vrilin iimiiisiri
Beinn bound to iwetr to the Dogmtvi of no Master.
VOL. XIII.
\..-s,,v,. N. P.. IJB.hai.itt8. THURSDAY Janunry 6. 1916.
No. Vi
GENERAL HAIG
l\\*w English Leader on Continent
Tl IE appointment of Gen-
eral Sir Douglas Haig
to be Commander in
Chief of the Mulish for
ces in France and Belgium re
calls id mind a paragraph in a
recent report ol I ii Id Marshal
Sir John Frew h, m which he,
p'aTu ruin 'Cvbtfii to the man
who now su cei ds him :
"I desire t" express i<> the ar
my under my command my
iai i< hi of the splen
did work they have at complisli
sd nnd mj heartfelt thanks fni
the brilliant Ii rshipdispiaj
'(I by (ie ii ral Sir Dou
Haig nnd the corps and divi
n I commanders who acted
under Ins irders in the main at
tack." y '
. io"m>\*;i!i': appreciation
"' 5 J | >, ,1 i| is | |ajg appeared
111 decent issue of The London
Ie '
"Win n the war began in \i\
.:usi i( is safe i" saj that few
people in England knew any
tliin.' about Sir Douglas Haig.
As h rule w t pay I ' 11Ie at ten
tio'i t<> our military or naval
leaders until their existence is
forci il upo i us, and outside the
circle ol icperls and their own
friends ihe) i njoy n anonymity
as perfect in its waj ns the pub
jicity enj iveH by ihe politician
Sir folin Jell coe was k'inwn to
students of naval warfare .-ill
over Europe; but how many
of tho general British public
had evei heard ab ml him ? Yel
today his name is .1 household
word.
' S imething similar is hap
! nine in the case of Sir Dou 1
las.I laic When he wenl mil
to comii).ind
$1
of ilif two ar-
my corps which made up Sir
John French's small and gallant
army in August he was hardly
known at all. Nor did we hear
much of him in the retreat, be
cause in a retreat the post of
glory is that of the rearguard)
and ihe great rearguard action
fought by the other ai my
corps under Sir I lorce Smith
Don 11
"It was not until the battle
of the Aisne that his name be
gan spet iall) to dis< ngnge it
self from those of other general
iffici rsmi nti< wed in dispatches.
In his dispatch dati d I >ct. 8 Sir
John French specially selected
Sir 11> u las Haig foi particular
rj '. n ()n S< pt. 1 ;, when
the fust footing had been gained
on the north bank of the Aisne,
Sii .1 1,11 French wrote as fol
III.' action of the First G rps
on this day, under the direction
and ci mmni d of Sir I Douglas
I l.i g, ns 1 'I so skilful, bold,
and decisive a character that
he gained pti itio.is whii h alone
have euabli d me to maintain
m\ posit i' 1 for more than three
i.s of veiy severe fighiingon
: he north hank of the ri\ 1 1.
"General Haig had proved
himself bold, skillful, and n 0
lute as the leader of an advance,
I Ie was to prove himsi If 11 fi w
weeks later to possess to the full
that tenai ity in defense which
he had aln ad) show n in repuls
in the < lei man counterattacks
on the \isue In () -foher the
British f rces w ere mn\ ed froiit
the neighboihood ofSoissons to
Ihe line from Ypres to I a I'
nnd ihe I en:n- of what has
been described as the greatest
battle in English history the
three weeks" battle for the de
fense of Ypres was in Sir
11 ugtas Haig's hands.
"' [throughout this trying pe
riod," wrote Sir John French,
'Sir Douglas Haig, aided by his
divisional commanders and bri
gade commanders, held the line
with marvelous tenacity and
undaunti d courage. Words fail
me to express the admiration I
feel for their conduct, or m\
sense of the incah ulable servi
"A more recent dispatch tells
the same (ale : 'The energy and
vigor with which Gem ral Sii
Douglas Haig handled hiscom
mand show- him to be a leader
of great ability and power.'
The Mulish Army on the Conti
nenl has fought strenuousl) and
without intermission, but its
brightest achii vementsare
attributed by Ihe Commander
in Chief himself, so fai as lea
dership is c< im ei ned, to one
man The \isne, Ypres, N'euve
Chap, lie, tin se an clasps w hich
Sir Douglas I hoc will wcai
more proudly on Ins medal rib
bon than any man in his force,
"Although the world has
known so little about him, Sir
Douglas Haig hat, of course,
! een vet) much in the eye of the
army for a longtime. Sir John
Freni h knows him well, for
they took their lust big course
of practical military education
together. Major Haig, as he
then was, was Chief of Staff to
Colonel French in that brilliant
serifs of mi nor operalionsarouud
Colesbrrg, which prepared the
way for Lord Robi rt's advance,
and when that advance
s closely 1 cialed with
'he present Con macdei in CI ief
in the wink of the Cavalry I'i
\ ision. He lias had experience
at the W;ii Office, where he has
bpen 11 lor of Military Train
illg, and in India, w line hi was
Chief of ihe 1 leneral Staff to
Lord Kiti hem r's successor For
|| e last two JI ars bi fore the
war he commanded those cli\i
sions concentrated at Aldershot
which, under Lord Haldnne's
scheme, were known as the
'striking force,' that is to Bay, a
force always mobilized and al
ways ready at a few hours' no
lice to go abroad.
"In the manoeuvers of last
Spring it had become the cut"
torn to give him the comnin.d
of one of the 0| posing >i<
and he us, d general!) to bi pit-
ted against (lie the late G<
ral Grierson in these mi
tattl. s. It would be haul
find two men more differ; J ip.
training and temppiams > n
ihe one side, Gritrson,*-* yd
n from his earliesi u. ii a
student of warfare rather than a
fighting man had alv
been held in bondage to a 1
appointment; on the otner side,
Haig, who had spent his actr.
military life as a regimental
officer or Drigadier, and l
nly for a year or two had the
time or opportunity to turn fi
the actual handling of man cl
bi side Mm to the large* \
blems of handling troops in
bod) on the map.
Moth wi re S< othmen, Grit r-
son of humbler parentage than
I laij;, hut I laic had icmai.
almost undeci.rated and
know 11, while on state OCCJ
(irierson blazt d witln rden
ribbons from evi r) soven
and every army in Europe. Thi -
11 \ 11 got the chain e of fight
together for Ihe common ob
of their professional life, l r
< ii it rs< m died (as his fiiends
out of pme exaltation nnd I
pinc-si a few days days hi
lbs Bi ilish Arm) went
,n lion.
"S:r 1 li UglaS Laic I BSCSI
011 his old opponent's II
hi' nd's tradition, as w ell 1
ow 11. Then..... a poii 1
every < ien< rat's can er, pei
w hen l.e gi Is a division, pi i
not until lie get Ins cor|
(Continued on lth page)


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i. oilbkkt dupccii. I of the South bound steamers
Eitor .mi I'roprirtor. | arr|vjng |,ero witn cargo, SQ
ofhcK: as to utilize the steamers'
Corner Shirley ft Charlotte St. Mex,co ;uul M,,||(, Cas||(. for
A.-.'- tin, N.P., Btihiimns ,
pass, nger service ana tlie
steamers Monteray andEsper-
anza for cargo during Tour-
ist season.
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At present for Hand Clean- d,
:19s. per I0O lbs. is offered in
00r local market, and we are
ance par line crediblv informed that the J
Adverti*eiiiriitiM lit line 1 .
TLhc Uribunc
Thursday. Jnnuarv *> 1916.
)Z."1' -'' lin< S. Johnson Co. is selling at
llnefoi siil.|ueut insertion;. Q CtS. peril). V. U. D. .\e\V
Y01 k, from their crop of fei -
. tilized grown plants.
I -:o:-
The Board of Agriculture
is assisting the small Toma-
* to growers to harvest and
The Mail Steamer "Esper- shiP their crops, by supplying
^la-?n%ecl ea.lv this C\ '"^ W" e*C< Pjchasing
lavant with the packed crates, and paying
lassauand n';! VV'^ '"""'" f ,.
a transit for New York. But for this many of the
1 he following are the pas- jailer growers could nol
sengerS' handle their productions.
i^B C\'
Misses Elsie Elizabeth, and ,, t ..
Margaret Arnstein, and Sweet lepers are being
; Mr. and Mrs. fgely cultivated at Eleu
Arnstein, Messrs Freder- thera, and shipments are be-
V. Broatch, and Charles g'nmng to go forward and
h; and Master William satisfactory prices are being
1st, in obtained.
Mr. and .MrsVUoward Wif] M;,nv h"rr* '"'^T !!"'
i,ms growing ol the peppers to the
.o._ Pomatoi s and say tliere is
'I he Mail Steamer "Esper ;mor*' mone? \n}*m-
anza" steamed lor New York .,. f
1 omatoes are going for-
ward by each North bound
1 argo steamer now.
I he crop on Eleuthera is
tin- largest ever produced.
Account sales by recent
this afternoon with mails and
] fei follows:
\li. ;ind Mrs T. L. \11dn
Mi and Mr, C. II Whitney,
M Ed vardC. Stradle'-,
I C Sill, 11. j. Heii hman
and ewis l\ Pilcher, >isteis
I iita Butler and Mary
!\'.<\ lliond. (10)
:o: -
G )OI) rSEWS
mail shows $3 per crate ana
1, tter. This means much to
Eleutherans.
:o:
The Hacks on the Streets
. Jibly informed neve, ooked better. Most of;
wing to the ever in- them have been newly parn-
ig number of apphca ed and refitted, preparatory
fo, passage, to Nassau to the bi* season winch a I of
at Hi N.Y?4C.M S S. us, and all of tire Hack drivers
Hi
l h;iv( asked to be ;illo
1 rl in changes in
I; dale of feilins, re-
are looking forward to.
:o:
li is rumoured that the N.
.in ihe North hound. V. & C M S.S. Co. has leased
"ins leaving.here with the Adderley Wharf (No 3)
on the alternate weeks and Office in Bay Street and
will soon remove their busi-
ness thereto.
Messrs. Hairy and Vincent
.\h I'll rson and Mr. Bru< i
Thompson, sons of our 1 S
teemed fellow citizens E. W.
T. McPherson and Hezekiah
Thompson Esquires, have
pitched their tents in Tampa
Fla, having opened .1 Garage
there, evidently finding it a
better field of labour. Mr.
Bruce Thompsont was in the
public service here, hai ing
idled the position of Meteoro
logical Recorder for many
years and Clerk to the Elec-
trical Board since its creation.
WAR SENTIMENT IN JAMAICA.
I he Government has i
1'' ,1 o 1 per annum foi foi tj
J ears.
CHRISTMAS MESSAGES.
From the Hon. J. II. All
wood, M. L. C. to the people
1 if |amaica :
"The peasants are offi ring
their !i\ es Freeh Let the
others follow their noble i \
amples and pay if they can
not light."
Christmas Number The
Daily Gleaner Kingsti n
Jama it a.
From Mr. Hector Josephs
K.C.
"Of money Jamaica u
sending lier tens of tho isands
of pounds, of men she is send
ing her thousands. And this
is being done, not in a spirit
of boastful Dl ide, but for the
honour of the Empire and in
grateful reiiiembeiaiin ofthe
treasure that has been spent
and the blood that is bi ing
shed whereby we live todaj
safe from ;i hostile attai k;
and in response to the sum-
mons of our King."
Ibid.
From Mr. William Morrison.
' I low is it and why is il
that we here in Jamaica,
thousands of miles away
from the Mother Country (in
many instances without oill
evei hav ing paid a visit there,
in several other cases un.-on-
net ted by any direct I ies pf
kith or kin and only actuated
by the deep and genuine sen-
timent within us) have re-
sponded so thoroughly to the
call? The answei is to be
found in the one word "I ree-
dom." 4
lb,\l
From Major Chai les W< d
Hill, 1st West India Regi-
ment.
"Have I done my little best
I'm my country during the
past year ? If this question is
! honestl) aski d there will be
hundredsmoreeligible young
men coming forward to ( q
roll in our Contingent, and
thus take a< live part in the
fortunes of their country."
" Ibid.
From the Hon. Fred Evans
M. I.. C.
" l he all absorbing topic-
today in Westmoreland, as it
must be in all Jamaica is the
recruiting rjf-vi iluale< rs to go
forwardTind lake Hi. 11 xrTrm^,
in the greatest wai known t< 1
the world that is now raging
in Europi And 1 .tit boys are
Responding a- My to the call
Ibid.
From Mrs AnnieJ. I louglas.
"(in Is, if \ nil km i\\ that a
young man has nothing to
keep him from servung his
King and Emp ie, -\ji I J "ii
meel him at a dance/TowfBt
him, at tennis 01 g< df avoid \
him When he appioai hes l^
you, S3) "Gel into 'Khaki'
and I am with vou all the
iimi '" II he wont and pei-
sisti ntly refuses, put a white
f. ather in his hat, and t< II
him to go home to Ids "Ma-
ma.
Ibid.
From Mis Blat kden, wife
of Biigadiei (ieneral
Blackden.
"Courage of a high order
is needed by us w omen, if we
mean to take our share in the
w ar's great entei pi ise. \\ e
too must bear the Sil) red call
of duty, and be willing to
give up all that we hold dear
for the Sake ol our com try."
1 ; 0
Then let us with brave
words send foith our mePto


'

fighl for their Motherland'
Let our watchword be Cour
ag. .'
Ibid.
I* ram Blanche Jelfroy Smith.
^\Yh i',"\' li : lit- -.ft]
of our love, harder perhaps
for us who are so fur away
from the centre of things, let
whieiyer th&\ aa we
awaken iV-t in ourselves and
ihen in oir men thft spirit of
true giving So will they look
back, ami gain incentives
from us 10 strive after and at
i i\n*T|uri!5sTW^n though it
mav he unknownlinhonour
d and unsung'' so let us rise
above our feeling.Lind give,
give an I yet ngaiubive of
Our dearest and lest."
__________________ Ibia.
Radiograms
January 0th i|i<\
I pdon, 6th.
"~povet-uor, la ha mas.
Olkial Nelv^-*Uw^P?irne
Minister introducing lull I'm
compuls'irj military m \ ice for
siiiRlVmeii between tfc? ages o
18 .i ad 11 emphasizedlhc won
dei fullv in 'in.-i. mil; nsults of
the I-X't 1 <. -i lieme.
i I -.-1 is iii I"i- re
poi i t'A" enemy ho itler bat
teries silcn e<| \ \ o%ntien s
Ourifire pre inted the develop
in- mt uf a hostile atWk al
it
I.N' vhere in I' i^e^yjjf f.miA
l\H$ i ii Butte tie
rah til letely rep its
ed. -T
4iilsvi.t wwris enemy trenches
:upied North of Ezernowitz
and mn pi attacks repulsed
with se\ ere l< isses. The em my
were ilso repulsed in l^i,u' and
Chai Hirvsli regions.
I e Tin ks shelled Kuti 1 Am
,h.i on the se :ond "f January.
There lias been quiet since.
\ i nffici il St at < nu i.l of ill"
British blockade policy saw
thfl i iei hi lti)S export trade lias
belji su islani i dlj desti iyi d.
Cofton.u i'il and rubber have
been ex< luded from Germany
f. .r rri my months, Fats, Oils and
dairy produce arc only obtain
abfml famine prices There is
c i isi lerahle discontent among
;i seat ion of the German popula-
tion and there hive been food
riots in the larger towns.
(Signed)
IJOXAU I-A*'
otli January, 191O.
London, 4th:The Petro-
grad correspondent of the
II a V a s Agency announces
that the Austriahs have eva-
cuated Czernowitz, tlie Rus j
sians having sei ze d all tlie
heights dominating the town.'
The Russian official commu-
nication does not confirm the
evacuation but says that
Northeast of Czernowitz we
have occupied a line of
trenches and repulsed strong
enemy counter attacks.
Washington, 4There is
no lessening in the tension on
the new submarine crisis to
day with President Wilsons
return to the White House to
take personal charge of the
situation but there were
marked indications of the pre
sidents intention to proceed
carefully and deliberately be
fore committing the United
States to the next step in its
ajrejijv ^trained relations
with the "Teutonic powers.
At the state department hope
wa-. expressed that there
would be opportunity to sel
tie the dispute amicably and
it was stated that the govern
ment believed \ustrias assur
ance in the last Ancona note
were given in go d faith.
Two points il was euphasiz
ed must be cle ired up before
the n \t inove is made. It
musl be establish! d wheilu r
the Persia actually was tor
pe loed and if so what was
the nationality of the suhina
1 inc.
New York, 4A wireless
mess licit came in frag
meats at 8:35 o'clock- tonight
from the Greek liner These a
loniki said thai the crew had
taken to the lifeb its. The
manner in which the message
was received indicated that
the disabled ship concerning
whose movements there has
been much mystery for several
daVS was in set ions trouble
aod probably sinking. A
win li s1- message received ear-
lier in the evening indicated
that the steamer United States
wllil h went to the I bessalo
niki yesterday probably was
in the vicinity of the disabled
liner Whether the United
States readied her could not
be ascertained. The captain
and ninety members of the
crew were reported to be on
board. Her passengers, 300
in all, had previously been
transferred to the steamer
Patris
0th January, 191O.
London:I he American
Embassy has been informed
that the K'ia Homer R. Sal
isbury a passenger on the Per
sia has not been rescm d.
Premier Asquith introduced
a compulsory military bill
in the house of commons to-
day. The bill has practically
the same provisions of the
I >erby scheme. All males 18 to
II are liable for service. Ire
land is 1 >.< mpted )tlnt ex
emptionsare possible on the
grounds physical incapacity.
munition workers or depend-
ants. The bill may add 500
000 men to the army.
Washington:- The Presi-
dent and secretary of state are
still awaiting official advices
regarding the Persia. Foreign
affairs were discussed in the
senate. An Bmb irgo on the
shipment of arms was pr<
ed.
I he Reverend Salisbury
was Superintendent of Mis
si, ins m India for the Seventh
Day Adventist Church.
Fort de France, Martini-
que: eGerman and Austrian
subjects taken from American
vessels by the French cruiser
Descai tes have b< en r< l< ased
and w ill proceed to New York.
London:-'! he steatnei
l.eto undei contract with the
American Commision foi the
rein f of Belgium struck a
mine but is proceeding on her
Voyage
It is officially announced
i that the British lost 0001 o in
Loos offensive in September
jand October.
Neuters and flavas agen
cies icpoi t the Russinns have
occupied Czernowitz 1 aptur-
1 ing many prisoners.
New Y01 k: -Congn ssman
1 Buchanan implicated in mu
nil ions plot c. >nspirac) has
been released on $5 000 bail
Constantinople : 'I II e
Turks repulsed reinforcemi nt
trying to relieve Ihe belea-
guered garrison at K
Amara.
New York:- R
bids the use of bis
name at primaries because lie
is not a candidate for presi-
dent.
New Turk-: On rumoi -
that the kaiser was dead '
man exchange fell t<
1 2 foi four mark '' 1
on record. Paris thin
kaiser has cancer, win'
sterdam reports blood pi
Washington:Se a a t o r
Gore has introduced .1 bill
barring passports to Ai
cans trav< lling on ships of th
belligerents.
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i
Continued from 1st page
which the pioblems with which
he has to deal alter not merely
in degree but in kind. Si.- John
Fiench passed that point brilli
antly in South Africa ; Lord
Roberts passed it also perhaps
lit the same time. On the othei
hand, there have been Generals
>ir Redvers Buller who
never pasted it at all, and re.
mained magnificent Brigadiers,
but ineffective in the control of
larger forces. The significance
i Sir Douglas Haig's three fold
triumph in France and Flanders
is that he has proved himself to
have made this fateful stop
with brilliant success. Before
the war he had never command-
ed iu action anything largi i
than a regiment; in manoeuvres
nevei anything larger than a
division. At the Aisne he com-
' i a corps, and now fie
.'ommands an army, and as his
sibilities increase so do
bis praises grow."
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maaama
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ii
sens
ft
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NOTICE
{Police Ordeily Koom,
ii, 29th December 1915
datives claimingSepara-
*^ tion A 11 o w a n ce from
1 em ben of the Second Ba-
- Contingent should be
u si lit at tlic Treasury on
.\j,(u 1 day 8th January 1916
w\ere payment will be made
ip to that date to dependents
claims have been ap
' row d.
By Order,
R, II. C. CRAWFORD
Ci'inmiitnliitit oi Police
FOR SALE
Colonial Bathing: Beach T NS;
THE Colonial Bathing Beach (Saratoga opened for the ,
Season on Dec. 14th. General admission to grounds in-
cluding fruit, lunch and bathing, one shilling;ot twenty
five cents. Tickets will be sold at the Park including
the above admission and ferry both ways for two Shillings or
fifty cents. Boats will leave at intervals commencing at 10 a.m.
dining the bathing hours A definite schedule will he announc-
ed later
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At The New York Mouse
and
Isaiah Sweeting
up Last
Sunlight Soap
Lightning Soap
Octagon Soap
Tower Soap
Brown Soap
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Gets "
5 cts "
4 cts "
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OFFICE : West Side Big Spongo CxcKivnge.
Nassau, N. P., Bahamas.
AGENT
; NDERS will be recei-
ved by Mr. Timothy A.
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er for a dwelling house
and lot on Shirley Street,
inded on the northby Shir
Street, on the Mast by pro
iv of Timothy A. Smith,
Hie South by property of
'he late James, A. Godfrey,
-'. by Canaan Lane. Sold
e of nil encumberance, the
lit,is reserved of rejecting
v r all of the lenders.
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SHEEP
POULTRY
SPONQE, SISAL and other ISLAND Products
lie el
part
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THE entire stocBJ| trade!
of the late IV rCllliamsJ
is being disposed "fcgreatp
ly reduced prices M\_ liaP
been de< ided ty. l the business in Uie
of January.
In the meantime tlrfnder-
signed is prepared toleeive
Offers for the pun-hast ot'tha'
whole or any part thereof.
Come a id gel youafchrist-J
mas shoes ClIE \P. j
An op|ioi tunity lo one
should miss.
No reasonable off?
PHILIP A.TRI
Tiuslee for the Cj|
"jAS. A. EV/NS
UM>r.R.TAKt.l
East BayS
BKGS t" inf> ii)> hi fi i< nds
and the public thane has
just received this weelby the
S. S. Borglum a compla stock
(,f iJTe I ."."I mostip-to^
date in coffins coinpiHfk ("sk
etsand white coffins fqJbliildren
and can be supplied a/an) size.
I"i iins 1 casi iiil ile
SallsfAClion Gunitnleed
Rope ]
Rope
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Hemp Rope
Sisal Rope j
Baling Rope .
Jute Rope. "N
A Kl I.I. line of over 300
Coil> kept in Sto< l< and
delivered from 1 >ur Warehouse
in Nassau at New York prices
plus I'm ighl and I >uty.
IUiv here and save New
York C >mmission, Interest
and the trouble of ordei nig.
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Continued from 1st page
which the problems with which
he lias to deal alter not merely
in degree but in kind. Si." John
French passed that point brilli
nnily in South Africa ; Lord
Roberts passed it also perhnps
at the same time. On the other
hand, there have been Generals
like >ir Redvers Buller who
never passed it at all, and re-
man: I magnificent Brigad
but ineffective in the control of
larger forces. The significance
of Sir Douglas Haig's three fold
triumph in France and Flanders
is that he has proved himself to
have made this fateful step
with brilliant success. Before
the war he had never command-
ed in action anything largei
than a regiment ; in manoeuvres
never anything larger than a
division. At the Aisne lie com-
I a corps, and now he
nandsan army, and as his
responsibilities increase so do
his praistt grow."
Colonial Bathing* Beach
NOTH
'llg I 10'
.1
Mil
.1 i
NOTICE
" 'lice Ordei lv Koom,
i, 29th December 1915
elatives claiming Separa-
"^ tion A 11 ow b 1. ce from
ibera of the Se< 1 md I'.i-
iHjas Contingent should be
. -1 nt at the Treasury on
Xj jiu clay St 11 January 1916
/ re payment will be made
up to that date to dependents
claims have been ap-
i'i d.
By Order,
R. H. C. CR VWFORD
CnmmanJant oj Police
FOR SALE
THE Colonial Bathing Beach fSaratoga opened for the
Season on Dec. 14th. General admission to grounds in-
cluding fruit, lunch and bathing, one shilling or twenty
live cents. Tickets will be sold at the Park including
the above admission and ferry both ways for two shillings or
fifty cents. Boats will have at intervals commencing at 10 a.m.
dining the bathing hours. A definite schedule will he announc-
ed later
'WfWKV't' *"S"*rr
We Want To Help
The
Washerwoman
At The New York House
and
Isaiah Sweeting
up Last
6 ctS per bar
Gets "
5 cts "
4 cts "
Sunlight Soap
Lightning Soap
Octagon Soap
Timer Soap
Brown N-' EassHOzmaHBB -xk ?xr

rcaaan
H. T. BRICE
Commission Merchant
OFFICE '. Wesl Side Bi Sponjo Kxchnnge.
Nassau, N. P., Bahamas.
AGENT
HORSES W| SHEEP
CATTLE ( POULTRY
SPONGE, SISAL and other ISLAND Products
Till', entire stot'Bio tr;
of the late R. EWiUia
is being disposed ofct gr(-
lv reduced prices .1 it
hem de< ided \+l 1 it do
the busini ss in tin- cVly p|t
of January.
In the meantime in
signed is prepare il tojec
offers for the purchai
w hole or any part tli
Conn- a id get you
mas shoes ClIE \P.
An opportunity
should miss.
No reasonable
rim.ip a. iriC'<
Tuistee for the Ciili
i-JAs"/VEA7TN:i
UNDERTAKE. L
527 Hast liayS.
Bl.! IS tn inform hi f
.md the public thalhj
just received this wee?
S. S. Borghun a
of fti'ft i. : and niost.ij
date in cotlins ci>mpiisv|
etsand while collins lo'i
and can he sup: lied a : '
I'i 1 m- ie, e
Satisfaction GuMtnt4
Rope
Ropei
Set

s.
3 '
""TENDERS will be recei-
* ved by Mr. Timothy A.
inith, up to the 31 st of Dei-
ember for a dwelling house
and lot on Shirley Street,
bounaed on the north by Shir
y Street, on the East by pro D^QpegOPy S FlPe WOPkS
Mv of I i mot by A. Smith,
the South by property of
t'lelaie James, A. Godfrey,
t by Canaan Lane. Sold
e oi all encumberance, the
lit,is reserved of rejecting
1 1 all of the tenders.
TIMOTHY A. SMI I'll
No. 350Shirley Street.
Manilla Roye
Hemp Rope
Sisal Rope j
Baling Rope
Jute Rope.
ATI I.I. line of o\er
Coils kept in sto( k a II
delivered from our \Yareln*i e
in Nassau at New York pric
plus I'm ighl and Duty.
luiv here and save M-fcr
I York" Commission, In left
and the trouble of order i||{]
ClIAS. K. Al.IHKY.I
Steam Vulcanising
All makes anj sizes of
Auto Tires and Tubes Repaired ~;
All Work Guaranteed
30 WEST BAY STREET.
ClIAS C. LIGHTliOUh'
AR.MSTR.ONG ST.
HawklA'a Hill.
X I' I-. lv' T N'CKI) I-B|t
M;,ner. Ceiling Wo-
n speciallv. All work" raid*
lv an 1 Aitistically |-i f. .r.ti-s
Absolule satisfaction iiuaftii
teed The vcrv best lelereaci ,.
M UTIL A TBD


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