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\ Notice Wm. H. Poictier, Harness-Maker, Saddler, MattrtsMaker. Maker of Cushions and Upholsterer, desire to inform his patrons and friends that he has removed his business from 416 Hay Street to Augusta St. S near the Union Livery Stables, where he is prepared to carry mi his business as hitherto, with promptness and thoi< Highness. Orders left at the T Office wil attention. rune :eTve prompt NOTICE Police Orderly Room, Nassau, 29th December 1915 K datives claiming Separation A Ho w a n re from members of the Second Bahamas Contingent should be present at the Treasury on Saturday 8th January 1916 v, lieiv. payment will be made Upt6 Mat date to dependents whose claims have been approved. By Order, CRAWFORD if l Polici. •Fore/^nT^^Hiaven't tasted a well cooked meal since I've been in Nassau. Nassauyian: — Have you ever tried Isaac Roberts on East Hay St. ? Foreigner: —No. Nassauvian: — Try him once and you will try him always. All are welcome:—Come now if you want to taste the c oking of the best cook Nassau ever produced. W. A. MATHER UNDERTAKER lESIRF.S lo inform liisJriends nd the Public ttmjr'e has ^ved a compete outfit of .the iiuisncss of an un• icli places him in a iti.Mi to carry out Funerals that may t.e entrusted to his care with Byslem And despatch; and respect fully solicit! then pntronnrfc (let my Prjces first and provg thtstthat a re the very lowest for the clati fiM \\. >i k. DeGpegory's Tire Works STEAM VULCANISING All makes Mid nizes of Auto Tires and Tubes Repaired All Work Guaranteed 30 WEST BAY STREET. Welch's Grape Juice. PRICES Quarts, 2s. 3d. Pints, Is. 4d., 15s. per doz. 1 Pints, 9d. 8s. 6d. per doz. i Pints, 5d. 4-9. 6d. per doz. T BLACK S 222 Bay St. AND The Nassau Candy Kitchen, Opp. Hotel Colonial. 1ar.11 THE AGILITY and prodigious leap hg powers of the KANGAROO are famed all the world over. Its agility, however, is excelled by the ease and quickness with which SUNLIGHT SOAP expels dir; from the clothes in the wash. SUNLIGHT SOAP enjoys well earned and worldwide distinction as a S ap of thefirst quality. I is re; libation is maintained hy tlie /, 1 000 Guarantee of Purity gh in with every har, and by ti good report of millions housewives who use ; t da V WHV NO I TRY IT. Big Reduction In Prices Of Fresh Meat [~Hh" undersigned will sell at Block No. 6 in the City Meat Market from the 14th inst. fresh meat at the follow' ing prices viz: — BeefSteak at iod. per lb. Roast B eef at log 1 .. JKewing at 9d. „ lb. Mutton 8Jd. „ lb. Pork 7d. „ lb N. B.— I beg to draw th< attention of the public to.tbfact, that in my above a/ vertisement offering Ire meat of various kinds at I duced prices, that my 01 prices are those as quo above, which I am prepa at all times to serve customers, and all oth\ who may favour me witl their patronage and fro* and after the middle of Dec embei of this year I quite a vadefyoPAmerK frozen meat and poultry— Remember my prices 1 inte to hold to as time will pre T. A. ROKEP FOR SALE Old Lumber and Sloi Apply to ANN MINN 232 Shiiley NOTICE. T lll> l>. to inform my Pt an.I the Public in der lliat I have opened my Pi Black Smith Shop; and am ready to do anything in 1 a lit General repair or new w ik V SJioemg Specially. All work Mechanically. P. A HUYLOR NOTICE This is to inform tlie pi that the undersigned is prep to furnish chicken* at Ma prices. Apply 1^ DOUGLAS BAIN East Bay! near Long Branch, The C il



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<3P' m* M* upi NUIIKIM addii ins turare in verbs maestri Ki'irvi' bound to sMi-nr 10 the Dogmas of no Master I, (Jii.m: Corner I'llONI VIII. ;r or ii in. Iditof mil Pfopristot I0PFIOM -lev 6. CKivrlotte Sti Ml'. V /' /in(inm i> P. ft. ION 183. Ne-isavi. N. P.. Be.ho.mas. FRIDAY January 7. 1916. No. 37 fomlav. I w! Bnesday, Itiinl.u (eddy iillilv iJLlSMH) DAILY RATES [BBif-i. \ end I i K1.IV \y ... l'i [ I hurt la) tingle cop) id IM-'e copy %  a d is. I.I 4~. 6d is I'.l.i; i\ ,\ii\ A Si I SlJI '(Mil •; •'. Ill* F'.liV'tHtin.•) %  pence pei line I line f"n ; end ooepenn) pei h-p|t insei U' itre. indei eight line i • turned ,he G ver ? 0 rj *iy accompanied oot.'nj. Esq., from n H _j %  rioil to Andros 1 ^'IILJ %  t .i i I. nd forethought • -vn a I.M| who l0 \d in INS Car, fi-iij'P ('lie "Kestral" shoJ? !-.' i H t llit: tune, and wilds*ca i n s piovcd i i reijl.: I lisp lirVi ,,„ w Sn ni rdyce, and his wejea tlie voyage the hd driven oi ei ustem Maura arrivisl ajck of time. W pa up la in •I.1 (Is who for many ."fl.ii %  I ,, die Govern 'nil I I.IM I',,. I|,.ipitiial)l.' 'I* of 1,| V| |,;, S |, ep|) •W %  < %  < I i Presidency ol Honoj Legislative l" th Cc| rei an wi m ind tin by lond L i!, cfc,,t|i y he will his ii (lie House, |hII' II. G.imhlin hiiiiiiiisas(;o\eiii [Leadejoiidny even IU' loll rjj^vilr vacancj in •use ofliblv, caused clevat ll..n. J. 1'. Sands to the Legislative Council, to wit, in the representation of San Salvador, and we learn that there are several aspirants for the honours, viz: Messrs Win. Hilton, Samuel Knowles, W. A. Mather, Herbert Russell and Thaddeus Toote. Why this rush? The House leader-ship does not go with this particular representation. Onlj a few weeks ago there was a vacancy in the same constitu ency and Geo. W. Armbrister Esq was returned unopposed The IV. Schr "Lady Shea" which went to Kingston Jaroai ca to carry a portion of the Bahamas 2nd Contingent, has since been sold to Messrs. Myers X: v m of that place. Capt. Thomas R. Johnson, former proprietor of the Park Store, who went on her, is still in Kingston, where he has sat for, and passed Ins Examination, and secured a Master's Certificate. He will sail the said Schr "Lady Shea" for her new owners, and be employed between this port and Kingston, .1 unaica. • :o:— T a \lnil Steamer "Mexico" left New Yoi |; at i pin yesterday with 113 passengers for \as--au. The Motor "Frances K" Ii ft Miami this morning for Nassau : o: — The first Hand Concert of the New Year WHS attended by a good average audience. The Selection from Maritana was i hold venture, but was vi ry well rendered indeed, however it did not receive an encore as did the Rag "International". The programme was a good one and well rendered The American Anthem "Star Spangled Panner" was given next before our own National Vnthem, to both of which the audii m '• ItOOd! Radiograms 71I1 January 1916. London, 7th. Governor, Bahamas. Official News: — Headquarters iq France reports special artillery activity Southern front. British aeroplanes bombarded Douai aerodrome. A German aeroplane dr. ipped bombs on Boulogne. No damage was done. Russia reports furious fighting continues N.East of C/ernowitz and further portions of theenemys positions seized and counter attacks repulsed with heavy los-.es. The enemy were also t pulsed Southwest ofPinsk. The ground previously captured middle Strypa lias been consolidated. General Joflie in an army order says German army iff < 1 ive resources are dwindling while tlie Allies ;i:e ever becoming; strong' 1. (Signed) PON \R LAW. London;—A labour congress representing three million men went on record today against the House of commons bill for compulsory military set v ice. I heci >ngi 1 ss recommends members of the labour party in the house to oppose the bill inall its stages. Arthur I lendi rson, President of the Board of Education and leader of the labour party; William 1'iare, Parliamentary Under Secretary for Home Affairs and George II Roberts, Lord Commissioner of the Treasury, also labour p nly leaders, have resigned fiom the ministry. Marseilles.-The French steamer Karnak with a BBSPl [ar£e in....'j-ober of passeD/***** aboard arrived*from Alexandria and Malta. She v. purSned for several hours nionday evening by a submarine but escaped by zig-zagging. Berlin:— A French hand grenade attack against I German lines Northeasl LeMesnil was easily repuh Entente artillery has bi uninterruptedly shelling tl important town of Lans, Northeast of Anas. London:Russian pressure* on Austrians from Volbynia Southward to Bukovi 1 continues heavy. There isd perate fighting. New York:—TJ Gn ek lini r T lid bet n abandoi gers and ere; .1 re aboard the' ris and the crew are aboard the Perugia Parkersburg, West Viaginia: — The steamer Kanawha wrecked in the Ohio River I. night. Six persons are n New York: The United %  Steel Company has voluntarily raised the wages of two milli men adding fifteen million dollars to its yearly payroll. Copenhagi n: Ii is tumoi 1 that the Swedes are likeiy to 1 iermany if there is a prospect of Russian victory over the Kaiser. Berlin:— 1 78 pages of Tolstoi's Diary just published at Moscow have beensupprssed by the censor. New York:—-The Italian Steamer Guisseppi Verdi arrived with guns mounted on her stern' and manned by naval gune Secretary Lansing is investigningand may forbid her dfl| si lire unless the guns are taken Advertise in The Tribune.


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Title: The Tribune.
Uniform Title: Tribune. (Nassau, Bahamas).
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Publisher: Tribune
Publication Date: Friday, January 07, 1916
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<3p- '
m*
M*
- upi
NuIIKim addii ins turare in verbs maestri
Ki'irvi' bound to sMi-nr 10 the Dogmas of no Master
I, (Jii.m:
Corner
I'llONI
VIII.
;r or ii in.
Iditof mil Pfopristot
I0PFIOM
-lev 6. CKivrlotte Sti
Ml'. V /' /in(inm i-
> P. ft. ION 183.
Ne-isavi. N. P.. Be.ho.mas. FRIDAY January 7. 1916.
No. 37
fomlav.
I w!
Bnesday,
Itiinl.u
(eddy
iillilv
iJLlSMH) DAILY
RATES
[BBif-i. \ end I i k1.iv
\y ... l'i
[ I hurt la) tingle cop) id
IM-'e copy ad
is. I.I
4~. 6d
is
I'.l.i; i\ ,\ii\ a Si i
SlJI '(Mil - ; '. Ill*
F'.liV'tHtin.) pence pei line
I line f"n ; end ooepenn) pei
h-p|t insei U' itre.
indei eight line i
turned ,he Gver?0'
rj *iy accompanied
oot.'nj. Esq., from n
H_j rioil to Andros
1 ^'IILJ t .i i .
I. nd forethought
-vna I.m| who
l0 \d in Ins Car,
fi-iij'P ('lie "Kestral"
shoJ? !-.' iHt llit: tune, and
wilds*- cains piovcd i i
reijl.: I lisp lirVi ,,w Sn
ni rdyce, and his
wejea tlie voyage
the hd driven oi ei
ustem Maura arriv-
isl ajck of time.
W
pa
up
la
in
I- .1 (Is who for ma-
ny ."fl.ii I ,, die Govern
'nil I I.im I',,. I|,.ipitiial)l.'
'I* of 1,|V| |,;,S |,ep|)
W < Honoj Legislative
l"
th
Cc|
rei
an
wi
m
ind
tin
by
lond L
i!, cfc,,t|i
y he will
his ii (lie House,
|h- II' II. G.imhlin
hiiiiiiiisas(;o\eiii
[Leadejoiidny even
IU' loll
rjj^vilr vacancj in
use ofliblv, caused
clevat ll..n. J. 1'.
Sands to the Legislative Coun-
cil, to wit, in the representation
of San Salvador, and we learn
that there are several aspirants
for the honours, viz: Messrs
Win. Hilton, Samuel Knowles,
W. A. Mather, Herbert Russell
and Thaddeus Toote.
Why this rush? The House
leader-ship does not go with this
particular representation. Onlj
a few weeks ago there was a
vacancy in the same constitu
ency and Geo. W. Armbrister
Esq was returned unopposed
The IV. Schr "Lady Shea"
which went to Kingston Jaroai
ca to carry a portion of the Ba-
hamas 2nd Contingent, has
since been sold to Messrs. Myers
X: v m of that place.
Capt. Thomas R. Johnson,
former proprietor of the Park
Store, who went on her, is still
in Kingston, where he has sat
for, and passed Ins Examina-
tion, and secured a Master's
Certificate. He will sail the
said Schr "Lady Shea" for her
new owners, and be employed
between this port and Kingston,
.1 unaica.
- :o:
T a \lnil Steamer "Mexico"
left New Yoi |; at i pin yester-
day with 113 passengers for
\as--au.
The Motor "Frances K" Ii ft
Miami this morning for Nassau
: o:
The first Hand Concert of the
New Year whs attended by a
good average audience.
The Selection from Maritana
was i hold venture, but was
vi ry well rendered indeed, how-
ever it did not receive an encore
as did the Rag "International".
The programme was a good
one and well rendered
The American Anthem "Star
Spangled Panner" was given
next before our own National
Vnthem, to both of which the
audii m ' ItOOd!
Radiograms
71I1 January 1916.
London, 7th.
Governor, Bahamas.
Official News: Head-
quarters iq France reports
special artillery activity
Southern front. British aero-
planes bombarded Douai
aerodrome. A German aero-
plane dr. ipped bombs on Bou-
logne. No damage was done.
Russia reports furious fight-
ing continues N.East of C/er-
nowitz and further portions
of theenemys positions seized
and counter attacks repulsed
with heavy los-.es. The enemy
were also t pulsed Southwest
ofPinsk. The ground previ-
ously captured middle Strypa
lias been consolidated.
General Joflie in an army
order says German army iff
< 1 ive resources are dwind-
ling while tlie Allies ;i:e ever
becoming; strong' 1.
(Signed)
PON \R LAW.
London;A labour con-
gress representing three mil-
lion men went on record to-
day against the House of
commons bill for compulsory
military set v ice. I heci >ngi 1 ss
recommends members of the
labour party in the house to
oppose the bill inall its stages.
Arthur I lendi rson, President
of the Board of Education
and leader of the labour par-
ty; William 1'iare, Parlia-
mentary Under Secretary for
Home Affairs and George II
Roberts, Lord Commissioner
of the Treasury, also labour
p nly leaders, have resigned
fiom the ministry.
Marseilles.- -The French
steamer Karnak with a
. BBSPl
[are in....'j-ober of passeD/*****
aboard arrived*from Alex-
andria and Malta. She v.
purSned for several hours
nionday evening by a subma-
rine but escaped by zig-zag-
ging.
Berlin:A French hand
grenade attack against I
German lines Northeasl
LeMesnil was easily repuh
Entente artillery has bi
uninterruptedly shelling tl
important town of Lans,
Northeast of Anas.
London:- Russian pressure*
on Austrians from Volbynia
Southward to Bukovi 1
continues heavy. There isd *
perate fighting.
New York:TJ
Gn ek lini r T lid
bet n abandoi
gers and ere;
.1 re aboard the'
ris and the crew are aboard
the Perugia
Parkersburg, West Viaginia:
The steamer Kanawha
wrecked in the Ohio River I.
night. Six persons are n
New York: The United -
Steel Company has voluntarily
raised the wages of two milli
men adding fifteen million doll-
ars to its yearly payroll.
Copenhagi n: Ii is tumoi 1
that the Swedes are likeiy to
1 iermany if there is a prospect
of Russian victory over the Kai-
ser.
Berlin:178 pages of Tols-
toi's Diary just published at
Moscow have beensupprssed by
the censor.
New York:-The Italian Ste-
amer Guisseppi Verdi arrived
with guns mounted on her stern'
and manned by naval gune
Secretary Lansing is investign-
ingand may forbid her dfl| si
lire unless the guns are taken
Advertise in
The Tribune.


\
Notice
Wm. H. Poictier, Har-
ness-Maker, Saddler, Mattrts-
Maker. Maker of Cushions
and Upholsterer, desire to
inform his patrons and
friends that he has removed
his business from 416 Hay
Street to Augusta St. S near
the Union Livery Stables,
where he is prepared to carry
mi his business as hitherto,
with promptness and tho-
i< Highness.
Orders left at the T
Office wil
' attention.
rune
:eTve prompt
NOTICE
Police Orderly Room,
Nassau, 29th December 1915
Kdatives claiming Separa-
tion A Ho w a n re from
members of the Second Ba-
hamas Contingent should be
present at the Treasury on
Saturday 8th January 1916
v, lieiv. payment will be made
Upt6 Mat date to dependents
whose claims have been ap-
proved.
By Order,
CRAWFORD
if l Polici.
Fore/^nT^^Hiaven't tasted
a well cooked meal since
I've been in Nassau.
Nassauyian: Have you ever
tried Isaac Roberts on
East Hay St. ?
Foreigner: No.
Nassauvian: Try him once
and you will try him
always.
All are welcome:Come now
if you want to taste the
c oking of the best cook
Nassau ever produced.
W. A. MATHER
UNDERTAKER
lESIRF.S lo inform liisJriends
nd the Public ttmjr'e has
^ved a compete outfit of
.the iiuisncss of an un-
icli places him in a
iti.Mi to carry out Funerals that
may t.e entrusted to his care with
Byslem And despatch; and respect
fully solicit! then pntronnrfc (let
my Prjces first and provg thtstthat
a re the very lowest for the clati fiM
\\. >i k.
DeGpegory's Tire Works
Steam Vulcanising
All makes Mid nizes of
Auto Tires and Tubes Repaired
All Work Guaranteed
30 WEST BAY STREET.
Welch's Grape Juice.
PRICES
Quarts, 2s. 3d.
Pints, Is. 4d., "
15s. per doz.
1 Pints, 9d.
8s. 6d. per doz.
i Pints, 5d.
4-9. 6d. per doz.
t BLACK S 222
Bay St.
and The Nassau Candy Kitchen,
Opp. Hotel Colonial.
1ar.11
THE AGILITY
and prodigious leap hg powers of the Kangaroo are
famed all the world over. Its agility, however, is
excelled by the ease and quickness with which
Sunlight Soap expels dir;
from the clothes in the wash.
SUNLIGHT
SOAP
enjoys well earned and world-
wide distinction as a S ap of
thefirst quality. I is re; libation
is maintained hy tlie /, 1 000
Guarantee of Purity gh in
with every har, and by ti
good report of millions
housewives who use ;t da V
WHV NO I TRY IT.
Big Reduction
In Prices Of
Fresh Meat
[~Hh" undersigned will sell
at Block No. 6 in the City
Meat Market from the 14th
' inst. fresh meat at the follow-
' ing prices viz:
BeefSteak at iod. per lb.
Roast Beef at log1. .. JK-
ewing at 9d. lb.
Mutton 8Jd. lb.
Pork 7d. lb
N. B. I beg to draw th<
attention of the public to.tb-
fact, that in my above a/
vertisement offering Ire
meat of various kinds at I
duced prices, that my 01
prices are those as quo
above, which I am prepa
at all times to serve
customers, and all oth\
who may favour me witl
their patronage and fro*
and after the middle of Dec
embei of this year I
quite a vadefyoPAmerK
frozen meat and poultry
Remember my prices 1 inte
to hold to as time will pre
T. A. ROKEP
FOR SALE
Old Lumber and Sloi
Apply to
ANN MINN
232 Shiiley
Notice.
Tlll> l>. to inform my Pt
an.I the Public in der
lliat I have opened my Pi
Black Smith Shop; and am
ready to do anything in 1 a lit
General repair or new w ik V
SJioemg Specially. All work '
Mechanically.
P. A HUYLOR
NOTICE
This is to inform tlie pi
that the undersigned is prep
to furnish chicken* at Ma
prices.
Apply 1^
DOUGLAS BAIN
East Bay!
near Long Branch, The C
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