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n: Colon*] I louse, Pre siik l it Wilson's personal representative,has been in consultation Sir Kdward Grey. It is said unofficially G rmanj se Ics separate • I mice and U'u sia. In the i apitals of the EnAllies the opinion is that the Russian completely uphe plansof the Central s for an invasion of Sal iniki and Egypt. In conn< i lion w iih yesterement of the of a G i man war v< sn I iki I ang inyska in i st Central Africa half a mil i level it is sta: that the British ships •mplished the surof the ( i erman \ ess ^iisT^. and i sporte< ft of ,\f,i,a. Til the of lliese vessels the Bos dominated the lake ** the centre of a large •d important territory A ign in Hast Africa is to gin. Jnferesl in the fate of the refugee army is !" y a quest ion asked in .V'f.n^se of commons today Whether a considerable ; the Serbian army is I" ' ^ Utari after 'I great priva1 "" %  retreat through ''n.'tain S and whether government *rl„as array some 1 • I 't.) '" tke Mediterranean H'ey may rest and ii Operate '. ioth January, 1915, London 9th. Governor, Bahamas. Official Xi'ws: The compl< te 1 vacuation of Gallipnli !'' ninsula hi s b< 1 n succi full\ accomplished. All guns got away except seventeen worn out which were destroyed. Our casual it ies one wounded. Genual Munro states that the successful accomplishmen! was due to Generals I'm dwood and Davies and the assistance of the Navy und' 1 Admiral I terobeck. I he battleship King Ed ward VII. struck a mine and was abandi in d on ac< ount of heavy sea in which she sunk. Two men weninjun d. (Signed) BONAR LAW. THE ELEPHANT is the largest inhabitant of the forest in*the world. This is an undisputed fact. Sim LIGHT SOAP has tin largest sale of any Soap in the world. This, also, is an undisputed fai t. The great value of the Elephant's tusks is well known, but far better known to good housewives is the great value of Sunlight Soap It enjoys a well-d< served Its mission is ii st indard is tj. Increasing leisure, and reducing work, it is hted housewives all over the world in to anj 1 'tiicr. RIAL Wll I PROVE TIMS ,n reply Lord Robert Cecil l ,' .i considerable bian army at 1 where at first" the 'l',?; 1 ""'") in great diss ; I he situation, he added, ; .' en relieved Entente Al lies. the |n said, had con! the matter asked in %  J Oie 1 'iit melon: ^miMta battleship King Edward Stl Uek a nnin in a IK av> sea and sunk shortly afterwards. I he ships company was lak'ii "II without loss of life, only two men being injured. Berlin:—The war office an nouneed yesterday near Hirl zi in South of Hartmannsweil 1 r kopf theGi 1 mans com] Ii %  ed the re conquest of trenches which were taken from them on December 31st. 20officer! and 1. 000 Chasseurs and fif. : teen machine guns were taken Paris: —The war office announces in Artois IK nch batteries bombarded German trenches West of Clairville. In Champagne they bom barded the German tren< hi s Southwest of-Butte deMesnil. Xew York:—The Jury in the Federal court returned a verdict of not guilty in the! cases of Robert W. Taft, I). Newton Barney, .1. S. Hemm ingway, A. II. Robertson, Fredi ri< k Brewsti r and Hi n v McHarff directors of 1110 LOST evening be and Shirlel Ms a | ^-^ tween the deswi Turtle Shell Brood? in "form 0l a hatchet. Reward if returned to TRIBUNE Office. For Hire Horse and Buggy Fitted ui with fill 1 Taw 1 s guaranteed li particulars ply at Ck A B< 'WK \. 10—Delam > Sfl JAS. A. EVANS F VNDF.R.TAKIK 527 East Bay St. R l i ^ to inform hii f r d 7* and the ;nil,lc thai I M just n eived*Tn^w^TTbj tl b ; s : fiorglum ','' "" I most up to in coffins comprising rusk etsandwhit rchildren C;il, I,. M,,,,!;,,!. I ,,„ S|Z( Coffin fittings can also be sup plied. Ti workshop will be open on Sundays. Overscan also I,, left at The 1 nbunc office. I >'i ins reasonable Satisfaction Guaranteed SALE English made rolie wTTTi Ic \(TTTi7 m Hru Also V i B^ppl^ W< 1 hX >l \i\ I1. NOTICE .„„ '"' i ea '" ,v wenarg directors 1 if/in g to %  '"'" 'ii' :< 'UP nt concernThe jury disagreed in the case of Win R01 kefelli r, Chas. K Brooker Charles M From Athens Pratt, Lewis Cass I edj 1 and Edward I). Robbtns. grains t the number of Scr tfuggf^ in drrek ternow 40.000 of whom e i'i -Saloniki. Advertise in I he Tribune. For Sale An English Bicycle AND Horse and Bugg-y Both in 8 od 1 pa i r andof the 11 si n al 1 For further particulars Apply at 'TRIBUNE' Office EAD 'I eat her 1quired fm the Bishop's K.islei n Si heel ((In Is.) Will applicants kindly commnnn ate with the Rei tor, St Mattli' w's Ri.'toi y ': or, Miss Molly Allairv, Marlborough Street IMPORTANT F OR t h e hes! American eggs (2S. ( d per doz ) and apples. Call at T. TOOTE East BaySt. AAtr



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Nulllvis ndilu 111-. |urare In verba mnn'stri t'.otnK bound lomesr to the Dogma.* of no Master. V OL. .XIII. Nii>u, N.P.. He.ha.maa. MONDAY. January 10. 1916. No. 59 t 01" I'i ill, ntor und I'rtiprittor. OFFIOK: Corner Shirley 6, Charlotte Sti M.srtu, .V. /'., Hahamas PHONI 300. I', o. no.V l'.:t. Pl/BLISMCD DAILY RATES Id. n.I.iv, WeJiievla) and Friday-— iingla ' >;>y j.i I in--.i.i_x, airl rhursday single oopj id aitiinl.i\ MM-II' Cop) ijd Veekh d ilhlN IS. n.1 tlMrl) 4s. f„l |.il I VIM ()s. IH 1 \ +i; IN vnv, II ll 1 lll-l %  I iMl HI-PIB 1 • **enicnUi [rhe i.,,h II) |.rr M arnarvon liv in.1 'his. fendei lor Kadio] bs in 8tli Janu a IW". t ^ 1 i 111 ^ 1 <11 Irnished the \^ 2 y |r di^ mmm V reign relations <>u^W noor the senate in whicw Sena|r John Sharp Williams Jok the leading part. It Receded the adoption witht opposition of a res dution • 11 d by Senator Fall callon President Wilson for available information bring on the recognition of tinC irransa government by 1 lie United States. Washington, 6: -Hope of obtaining from survivors of conchisive proof that it was a torpedo which sunk the Persia was abandoned at the state department today when tlyfcvonsnl general at Alexandria cabled that no new facts were contained in the affidavits be had gathered. London, 6.—General Ian Hamilton's report on the British operations on the Gallipoli Peninsula was published in the Official (ia/.ctte tonight. It tells the story of the fighting on the Peninsula from the beginning of May until the middle of October. The report threw light on the landing at Anzac Cove an Sulva Hasmi ^Hfutnth 1 wh.ch has>^ .u..w;J,i strong attacks upon the mili tary administration of the government, the wholeopera11. HIS requiring the combined action ol the army and navy. The handling of massi B of troops within a limited area probably was the most com plicated ever undertaken and military men are not su/ prised that some important details failed to work out as planned. London, 6: -The area of RiiSStan successes over the Austro-( ierman forces in the East continues to widen. Al though the situation around Czamowitz has not been cleared up it appears from advices from Russian sources that the Austrians are hard pressed over a long line of defense and are throwing huge reinforcements into the district. The Russians here are expected to strike at the KoloineaStanislau-Halcz line where powerful works have been in preparation for some time by the \ustro Germans, Meanwhile the Russian position 25 miles North of the middle Stvr River had been greatly strengthened by successful operations in the region of the great marshes where the Russians are beginning to plot. It is the first tin edge from the marshes with woman received the CTOS prospects of being able to use London—The Russian the roads leading either'tensive continues. They have Northwest, West or South[captured the village of C: west. Their advance here torysk. has not been the result of any Manila:-Kumagae, (hamone battle but a scries of enP' on of Japan, defraud gageraents lasting over a con .Griffin of San Francii siderable period. J^-llwTSnaJUia —to:^ %  —'{Far-Eastern ter 9^ ; UinVff\~i9!oT pionship. ,, JRcfon, 8th. New York:—Ten Governor, Bahamas. J the crew ot the o Official News:—British Aztec have been remo headquarters report enemy' recently sunk after an eSl bombing attacks supported sion at her dock in Brook! by artillery near Armentieres; Paris: -Six persons were was repulsed. British artillery killed and ten wounded in did considerable damage to Nancy during the last three enemy lines at various points, days during bombardment Russia 1ports the capture of by German 15-inch guns. Chnrtorysk. Austrian asphyxiating gas attack Northeast of Czernowitz was repulsed. (Signed) BONAR LAW. — o:— 9th January,1916 Paris:— The consuls of G many, Austria, Turkey and Bulgaria atSaloniki have ani at TV ulon aboard a man of war. Youngstown, Ohio:—A si 11 in the Last Ybungstewn St Mill for increased wages cul Paiis:An Italian steamer from Brindisi with supplies and 400 Montenegran recruits initiated yesterday in gem from America struck a mine rioting. One man was lilled 1 In the Adriatic near Sangivia hund-edwounded. Ten hi, and sank immediately. 200 were burned with loss of a mill passengers perish, d. ' dollars. State troops cont,.. London:The Norwegian '^^V^-Thel', • steamer Louheur has been ^^ vigorously protest ag; sunk. 15 of the crew landed. British intervention in censm Rome: —An Ancona life-! ma ji s to neutral countries. I boat picked up near Ansa many accepts the Amencai evidently had held women 1 tention that the mere §Bcii passengers as shell holes in I non combatants in ltfeb< the boat were stopped by when prizes are destroyed i • shawls and torn skirts. considered as assuring tin London: -The Lord peace.pl of safety party has arrived at The 1 A !" : r2?TKS V, 1 penctratod to mopie o g 1• TI c 111 1 and did great rial Berio:-The Greek Island fllT M( , ( ar J ltl of Melos has been occupied I an|c by the /Vllies. Emperor wil-J ^bel Hague.4 s,orM liam has conferred the Iron arr lls j IH stamphange Cross on Frau SkolikoffGlci" because of the J wit/ for disclosing a bomb coins. TIL f\ TBD I 1


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Nulllvis ndilu 111-. |urare In verba mnn'stri
t'.otnK bound lomesr to the Dogma.* of no Master.
vol. .xiii.
Nii>u, N.P.. He.ha.maa. MONDAY. January 10. 1916.
No. 59
t 01" I'i ill,
ntor und I'rtiprittor.
OFFIOK:
Corner Shirley 6, Charlotte Sti
. M.srtu, .V. /'., Hahamas
PHONI 300. I', o. no.V l'.:t.
Pl/BLISMCD DAILY
RATES
Id.n.I.iv, WeJiievla) and Friday-
iingla '>;>y ......... j.i
I in--.i.i_x, airl rhursday single oopj id
aitiinl.i\ mm-Ii' Cop) ijd
Veekh d
ilhlN Is. n.1
tlMrl) 4s. fl
|.il I Vim ()s.
IH
1 \ +i;
in vnv,
II ll
1 lll-l
. I iMl Hi-PiB
' 1
**enicnUi
[rhe i.,,h
II) |.rr
M
arnarvon
liv in.1 'his.
fendei
lor
Kadio]
bs
in
8tli Janua
IW". t ^ 1 i 111 ^ 1 <11
Irnished the \^ 2y
|r di^mmmV
reign relations <>u^W noor
the senate in whicw Sena-
|r John Sharp Williams
Jok the leading part. It
Receded the adoption with-
t opposition of a res dution
11 d by Senator Fall call-
on President Wilson for
available information
bring on the recognition
of tin- C irransa government
by 1 lie United States.
' Washington, 6: -Hope of
obtaining from survivors of
conchisive proof that it was
a torpedo which sunk the
Persia was abandoned at the
state department today when
tlyfcvonsnl general at Alexan-
dria cabled that no new facts
were contained in the affida-
vits be had gathered.
London, 6.General Ian
Hamilton's report on the Bri-
tish operations on the Galli-
poli Peninsula was published
in the Official (ia/.ctte to-
night. It tells the story of
the fighting on the Peninsula
from the beginning of May
until the middle of October.
The report threw light on the
landing at Anzac Cove an
Sulva Has- mi ^Hfutnth1
wh.ch has>^ .u..w;J,i
strong attacks upon the mili
tary administration of the
government, the wholeopera-
11. his requiring the combined
action ol the army and navy.
The handling of massi B of
troops within a limited area
probably was the most com
plicated ever undertaken and
military men are not su/
prised that some important
details failed to work out as
planned.
London, 6: -The area of
RiiSStan successes over the
Austro-( ierman forces in the
East continues to widen. Al
though the situation around
Czamowitz has not been
cleared up it appears from
advices from Russian sources
that the Austrians are hard
pressed over a long line of
defense and are throwing
huge reinforcements into the
district.
The Russians here are expect-
ed to strike at the Koloinea-
Stanislau-Halcz line where
powerful works have been in
preparation for some time by
the \ustro-Germans, Mean-
while the Russian position
25 miles North of the middle
Stvr River had been greatly
strengthened by successful
operations in the region of
the great marshes where the
Russians are beginning to plot. It is the first tin
edge from the marshes with woman received the CTOS
prospects of being able to use LondonThe Russian
the roads leading either'tensive continues. They have
Northwest, West or South- [captured the village of C:
west. Their advance here torysk.
has not been the result of any Manila:- -Kumagae, (ham-
one battle but a scries of en- P'on of Japan, defraud
gageraents lasting over a con .Griffin of San Francii
siderable period. J^-llwTSnaJUia
to:- ^ '{Far-Eastern ter
9^;UinVff\~i9!oT pionship.
,, JRcfon, 8th. New York:Ten
Governor, Bahamas. J the crew ot the o
Official News:British Aztec have been remo
headquarters report enemy' recently sunk after an eSl
bombing attacks supported sion at her dock in Brook!
by artillery near Armentieres; Paris: -Six persons were
was repulsed. British artillery killed and ten wounded in
did considerable damage to Nancy during the last three
enemy lines at various points, days during bombardment
Russia 1- ports the capture of by German 15-inch guns.
Chnrtorysk. Austrian asphy-
xiating gas attack Northeast
of Czernowitz was repulsed.
(Signed)
BONAR LAW.
o:
9th January,1916
Paris:The consuls of G
many, Austria, Turkey and Bul-
garia atSaloniki have ani
at TV ulon aboard a man of war.
Youngstown, Ohio:A si 11
in the Last Ybungstewn St
Mill for increased wages cul
Paiis:- An Italian steamer
from Brindisi with supplies
and 400 Montenegran recruits initiated yesterday in gem
from America struck a mine rioting. One man was lilled 1
In the Adriatic near Sangivi- a hund-edwounded. Ten hi,
and sank immediately. 200 were burned with loss of a mill
passengers perish, d. ' dollars. State troops cont,..
London:- The Norwegian '^^V^-Thel',
steamer Louheur has been ^^vigorously protest ag;
sunk. 15 of the crew landed. British intervention in censm
Rome: An Ancona life-! majis to neutral countries. I
boat picked up near Ansa many accepts the Amencai
evidently had held women 1 tention that the mere Bcii
passengers as shell holes in I non combatants in ltfeb<
the boat were stopped by when prizes are destroyed i
shawls and torn skirts. considered as assuring tin
London: -The Lord peace.pl of safety _
party has arrived at The 1 A*:r2?TKS
V, 1 penctratod to mopie
og 1 ti c 111 1 and did great rial '
Berio:-The Greek Island fllT M(, (,arJltl
of Melos has been occupied I _an|c
by the /Vllies. Emperor wil-J ^bel Hague.4s,orM
liam has conferred the Iron arr llsjIH. stamphange
Cross on Frau SkolikoffGlci" because of the J
wit/ for disclosing a bomb coins.
_
TIL f\ TBDI
1


n: Colon*] I louse, Pre
siiklit Wilson's personal repres-
entative,has been in consultation
Sir Kdward Grey.
- It is said unofficially
G rmanj se Ics separate
I mice and U'u sia.
In the i apitals of the En-
Allies the opinion is
that the Russian
completely up-
he plansof the Central
s for an invasion of
Sal iniki and Egypt.
In conn< i lion w iih yester-
ement of the
of a G i man war v< s-
n I iki I ang inyska in
i st Central Africa half a

mil i level it is sta-
: that the British ships
mplished the sur-
of the (ierman \ ess
^iisT^- .
and i sporte<
ft of ,\f,i,a. Til the
of lliese vessels the
Bos dominated the lake
** the centre of a large
d important territory A
ign in Hast Africa is
to gin.
Jnferesl in the fate of the
refugee army is
y a quest ion asked in
.V'f.n^se of commons today
Whether a considerable
; the Serbian army is
I" !' ^ Utari after
'I great priva-
1 "" retreat through
!"''n.'tainS and whether
government
* *rlas array some
1 I't.) '" tke Mediterranean
' H'ey may rest and
ii Operate '.
ioth January, 1915,
London 9th.
Governor, Bahamas.
Official Xi'ws: The com-
pl< te 1 vacuation of Gallipnli
!'' ninsula hi s b< 1 n succi
full\ accomplished. All guns
got away except seventeen
worn out which were destroy-
ed. Our casual it ies one
wounded.
Genual Munro states that
the successful accomplish-
men! was due to Generals
I'm dwood and Davies and the
assistance of the Navy und' 1
Admiral I terobeck.
I he battleship King Ed
ward VII. struck a mine and
was abandi in d on ac< ount
of heavy sea in which she
sunk. Two men wen- injun d.
(Signed)
BONAR LAW.
THE ELEPHANT
is the largest inhabitant of the forest in*the world.
This is an undisputed fact. Sim LIGHT Soap has
tin largest sale of any Soap in the world. This,
also, is an undisputed fai t. The great value of
the Elephant's tusks is well known, but far better
known to good housewives is the great value of
Sunlight Soap
It enjoys a well-d< served
Its mission is
ii st indard is
tj. Increasing leisure,
and reducing work, it is
hted house-
wives all over the world in
to anj 1 'tiicr.
RIAL Wll I PROVE TIMS
,n reply Lord Robert Cecil
l
,' .i considerable
bian army at
1 where at first" the
'l',?;1 ""'") in great dis-
s; I he situation, he added,
; .' en relieved
Entente Al
lies.
the
|n said, had con-
! the matter asked in
JOie 1'iit
melon: ^miMta
battleship King Edward
Stl Uek a nnin in a Ik av> sea
and sunk shortly afterwards.
I he ships company was lak-
'ii "II without loss of life,
only two men being injured.
Berlin:The war office an
nouneed yesterday near Hirl
zi in South of Hartmannsweil
1 r kopf theGi 1 mans com] Ii
ed the re conquest of trenches
which were taken from them
on December 31st. 20officer!
and 1.000 Chasseurs and fif. ,:
teen machine guns were tak-
en
Paris:The war office an-
nounces in Artois Ik nch bat-
teries bombarded German
trenches West of Clairville.
In Champagne they bom
barded the German tren< hi s
Southwest of-Butte deMesnil.
Xew York:The Jury in
the Federal court returned a
verdict of not guilty in the!
cases of Robert W. Taft, I).
Newton Barney, .1. S. Hemm
ingway, A. II. Robertson,
Fredi ri< k Brewsti r and Hi n
v McHarff directors of 1110
LOST
evening be
and Shirlel Ms a|
^-^ tween the
deswi
Turtle Shell Brood? in "form
0l a hatchet.
Reward if returned to
TRIBUNE Office.
For Hire
Horse and Buggy
Fitted ui with fill 1
Taw 1 s
guaranteed
li particulars
ply at
Ck A B< 'WK
\. 10Delam > Sfl
JAS. A. EVANS F
VNDF.R.TAKIK
527 East Bay St.
Rl!i^ to inform hii fr.- d
7* and the ;nil,lc thai I M
just n eived*Tn^w^TTbj tl
b;s: fiorglum
','' "" I most up to
in coffins comprising rusk
etsandwhit rchildren
C;il, I,. M,,,,!;,,!. I ,, S|Z(,
Coffin fittings can also be sup
plied. '
Ti" workshop will be open
on Sundays.
Overscan also I,, left at The
1 nbunc office.
I >'i ins reasonable
Satisfaction Guaranteed
SALE
English made
rolie wTTTi Ic \(TTTi7
m Hru Also V i
B^ppl^
W< 1 hX >l \i\ I- 1.
NOTICE
......'"' i ea '" ,v wenarg directors 1
if/ing to
'"'" 'ii':<'up nt concern-
The jury disagreed in the
case of Win R01 kefelli r,
Chas. K Brooker Charles m
From Athens Pratt, Lewis Cass I edj 1
and Edward I). Robbtns.
grains
t the number of Scr
tfuggf^ in drrek ter-
now 40.000 of whom
e i'i -Saloniki.
Advertise in
I he Tribune.
For Sale
An English Bicycle
AND
Horse and Bugg-y
Both in8od 1 pair andof the
11 si n al 1
For further particulars
Apply at 'TRIBUNE' Office
EAD 'I eat her 1- quired
fm the Bishop's K.islei n
Si heel ((In Is.) Will appli-
cants kindly commnnn ate
with the Rei tor, St Mat-
tli' w's Ri.'toiy ': or, Miss
Molly Allairv, Marlborough
Street
IMPORTANT
FOR t h e hes! American
eggs (2S. ( d per doz ) and
apples.
Call at
T. TOOTE
East BaySt.
AAtr


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