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of the other neutral nations Amara to •liepermanent peaceboard j rownsend. h it is planned result of the Ford peace \pedition. An effort is on i to have representatives MI) Spain join the peaceid. lierlin, By Wireless to Say. 9:—The Turkish gov: %  nt a111; 'I reil for tinirrest o| consuls tiieTeutonic Allies in Sal ki have arrested the !i<:h and British offii als .1 1 remain' in Embassies Conatantii ople, tin ()v< r News A jncy announces ,;a. >: — i2tli J.; 1 nary, 1916 London:— Tie British I Mesopotamia are proceeding a Tigris Liver to relief e el amara. Due to weather litions the\ halted tweitt) below tlieirobjective. LieBritish steamer Clan iarlar.e was sunk in the erranean on Decembei i ; Laa ersdli d in hh boats 1 n and 18 Lascersland in Malta* [| fa semi officially fT^\'\ %  .need tli. t it was an Aus ubmarine wlrich Mink the n liner Port S.iid in the terrane; n last month six pa-s' ngers and one r of tin 1 rew were killed. 1 Citj 1 trainload if employes 1 1 lie American Smelting 1 my were, held up in ern Chihuahua '>v \ d relieve General On the night of the to form 7 1 1 Aylmer reported an action with about three Turkish divi sions near Sheiks Sand on the Tigris 25 mil S East of the Kut el Amara. On the right bank Kemballs column had carried enemys position and was entrenching. On the 9th Alymer reported that he was pursuing the enemj who were in retreat but the pursuit was hindered by heavy rain. Sir I\rcy Lake succeeds Sir John Nixon who is compelled to return owing t<> ill health. It was announced in Larlia m n! j est< rday that tin Prime Minister of the Commonwealth mates Australia would have supplied 300.000 men under arms by June and the Prime Minister ol New Zealand 1 m ,il 1 \ /c dand would have y ln ,ll< e,ul "' %  ''" nny and reinforcements at 1 nlar intervals. The French government ie ports that fresh information from Champagne confirms that .,i least three Gi rman divisions tooV pait in t]w important at 1,,, k winch faih d complttelj under (Tench artillery ami trench fire and counter attacks. The French go' ernment re ports nil aerial battle yi sterday in which French aircraft de stroved three German aircraft M inj Utters on Geimanscap lured al I lartmnnnweilerskopf iplain of penury, shortageof food supplies and inability to irchafe the necessaries "f lif' The Russian government re port enormous losses of ti |1 tlie inv in Galicia. JJvrgni d) pu / BONAR LAW. ust Received T^rr-DRINKWelch's Grape Juicg. .', PRICES On..its, 2s. 3d. each. Lints, Is. 4d., • 15s. \> Excellency the Go"-;---, " J 7 „uy ^Jiardj'ce. including tliir We lem Chihuahua '>v \ ilia 1 !its and all of the Ami ri were killed. There were ibly forty mining mi rj Ion the train Americans. January 12th I ondon, 11 th. eriior, Bahamas. 1 d News nth January: — the 61 li General Aylmer left ehi 50 miles from Kut el 1916. ardines, Oysters, Clams, Vi ma Sausage, Hamburger steaK ned and Rasl Beef, Potted iimon, OUves, Mustard, Evaporated and Condensed Milk, Breakfast Cocoa, Raisins, Prfcmes, Currants. Atst. Nuts, Asst. Biscuits, Candies, Mince Meat. \ n nice supply of Dread, Home marie Cakes ami Pies, Fruit Jellies and Marmalade, \ era ted Waters, 11..me made Pickles, Olive Oil Cigars and Cigarette*. F. A GARNER, W l LI. he h-Id in the pounds of Ills III. our the Chief Justi* eon I uesday, 18th inst., in aid of ih 11 ughters of Ihe Emp 1 n Ri d Cross I' und. Useful and Fancy arl Plants, Fruits, Vi gilable and S W ( ets will beofferd f rs.de. Tea, Cak< %  am. Special attrei lions will be provided for 1 hildren. <; ,0 op< ns at •: o'cl Adraissi n, \dults 6d children 3d. For Hire Horse and E\u £ £ y Fitted up with all a|'l'll>~' For fu o: N Bay ontaining 52 West Kay Street. FOUND Si an gilt 1 a black ground staple ends Apply at TRIBUN envelope etti %  fitted with Office Mrs. BRUG No. 10—pelnn y St. W. A. MATHER UNDERTAKER D T -Ik I -s '" infiirii' Ins f ;in,I tin I'ublic 1I1 o I c h i> ,,1-t % %  roc, I ;i OWjiplcle mill'lt < I f.Hilnirf-i 1! > %  buisi -of an mi,lnt •k'-r. I.K h pt*ri li 1 in in a .11 to cawMft l'tm< rals lliit ma) I"' nioisil to li %  re with 1 patch. 11 1 ji es In l 1 e llie vei y I mk, CM AS C. ARMS H 1 -XL Mana a specialt; ly and A Absolute lei I, The pi" uili •'tli.n for I In CIHRJ fust HTfiObRN G ST. Hill. CED Paper eiling Work, work carefully performed tii HI guarsn cst references.



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N vi 111 vi -. addlcitis |urare In veiba man siii cn>i' bound loawe&r to the Dogmas of no Master VOL. XIII. Nassau. N. P.. Bahamas. WEDNESDAY. January 12. I9I6. No. 41 I.. QILBRRT DUPUl II. Editor in l Pt HI PICK Corner SUlrley & Charloile Sll imai PHONIC 200. p. (i. i OS 188. PUBLISHED DAILY RATE > %  : 1 -'i iei i nisei 11 A.lvrili-*iifi,|. | [,„,.. v "Frances E" %  ii ( harti red %  in lo bring Mm' in Mi. 'imi from Mair^teaiiK i "Miami; il was intended to get the "Fran es E" off yesterckn morning hut it appears tha't she could not be got readv ; she will leave Miami to morrow and Should arrive II: fey". —:o: lie mail Steami "Miami" "• I'varn has bea fl a ml is now on dork, l)ut wi (fail to |,.;irn whet!;' r another s i DISBURSEMENTS. i Nov. 15. Transmitted to London for pun base "I motor ambulanCl s 13 Dec. 15. Telegram in London 22 Dec. 15 Transmi tted to London for purchase of motor ambulanCl E 11 Jan. if). Baham is K'I (1 Cross 1 imlcl 11 Jtui. 16. Daughters 'if llic Empire 2500 o n 1.1 0 IOO o o s' i|) will ,. put -on in her [place or when she will make V 1 1 'I ei it. Con'rai tsseeni to I).' only "scraps o' paper". :ov— he Mail Steamr "Mono pistil arrived this .afternoon loom Havana with eight pas \ rs. ——_.&. advertise in' The Tribune. has bi en abandoned \\ ith the W unding of only one man among the British and French, according to British official statements issui d. I his pews has bet 11 expt i ti (I For several days, for theretirerai nt of the troops from Anzacand Suvka Day thn c weeks ago Ii It no Strategic .advantage to the ntion of the tip of the Peninsula. Nevertheless the news will be received with n gjrel by the* people of the I'I itish Isli s as well as the Colonii Ri newed activity of vai noted by the Turkish official communications in '5 '' fl the past fi A days has presumably been in the natun prt parations for the final act j in the I >ardam Hi s. J Tonights official Turkish ?|atemen1 covering the per" ,cr \l Thursday lo Saturday recorSr^^ effectiveness i Turkish bnfieT^whj, hi v. been drawing in anfcpn,., „ •ratingon the Allies reniiain ing positions. Anothei pangtolheBriti! will be caused by the arj nouncement of the loss of tH. battleship King Edward VII \\ hich was blown up by a %  nine I he British ofli ial ment on the incidi nl Radiograms 11 Hi January, ion ^" ,l,a; Charles J. Griffin and \\ m Johnson won the I .11 1 -astern lawn tennis doubles "'' ampionship from Kuma [i i and Mikami. Philadelphia: Time men were killed in an explosion in the mokeless nowei works ai ( irm j Point. X, u Je.ie) Petroprad: As a result of 1... ':':'.!. ..' r ',' l: :' %  in ,i ". ,l,, '~ ""' r veal the scene of the no ident and men ly says it %  cui red in lieavj seas and the %  nlire crew was savt d. The King Edward VII. re%  nted an invi stmt nt of nearly £\ < %  and was one of the lini si of the last of pre (In Fidnotights. Youngstown < )hio:Pre parations an '• %  %  ing made for re opening of tl e iron mills here after 'a strike in which two lives were lost and a mill; ii 1 pert) (I m by ri The 1 situation is wi II unde trol. Washington: A week ol open discussion nl the senate and house 1 mal ext it' ment 1 he fi in ign relations of the] United Stat< s has bet n siderably allayi d. Admit tration 1 aders appear I have u di d in ; revi ti i F-d ir colli lo adopt a pi ifii y of i waiting for compli ti m I ion of rec< nt war activities in which Ai liv< s were lost it is however that there will 1 almost daily discuss i i the capital for weeks ti on conditio: United Sti I result the war. now | Iraint I I i hinunr) nth i I Brovvns\ il I e: \o di n along (he Texas> hole %  t tO I State.M |.qi indii ati thai rutm >urs lated st night of ha activ tyon tl Russians n ad< an advance of 30 mil ;s overa rronl of miles 60 in Galii i 1 and lli Au Irians were dnven West of iheStryi a River. I lavana:A Spanish sti amer rep 'its that a German submarine strandi d near Cadiz and 1 he en tv weie asphyxiati d. 1 ith January. 1916. London, 9th:--1 he remain. positions on Gnllipoli 'eninsula held bv (he Allies w i ing I lie R io < inn;.' oul fi : %  ion. I' %  \n : I.. t %  %  all grain be I i]< ai rjol than January 24th. Any j son who makes falsi men! r< gi rding grain will punished by a years impi men! and a fine of one' ; %  -and dollars. The F.ague.Via Lond 9:—Assurance received t< I ha i Sv nd is ing five civilian ,, ,|


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N vi 111 vi -. addlcitis |urare In veiba man siii
cn>i' bound loawe&r to the Dogmas of no Master
VOL. XIII.
Nassau. N. P.. Bahamas. WEDNESDAY. January 12. I9I6.
No. 41
I.. QILBRRT DUPUl II.
Editor in l Pt
hi PICK
Corner SUlrley & Charloile Sll
imai
PHONIC 200. p. (i. i OS 188.
PUBLISHED DAILY
RATE >
:
1 "-.- |'} ... j < l
I uesday, and I huracla) Mngle cop) id
I
y ...
Monthly i~. i,'
irrlv is,
fear!
Vc.nlv .. is
Red Cross Motor Ambulance
Fund.
receipts.
s ]
I otal subscrij ,
l*A1 \ia.i IN UH'ANCI
' Hl i i ee |-ei hue
i linr
ti 'ii ; ;ni ini|......, pi r
>-'i iei i nisei 11
A.lvrili-*iifi,|. | [,,.. ,v
"Frances E"
'ii ( harti red
in lo bring
Mm' in Mi.'imi from
Mair^teaiiK i "Miami;-' il
was intended to get the
"Fran es E" off yesterckn
morning hut it appears tha't
she could not be got readv ;
she will leave Miami to
morrow and Should arrive
ii: fey".
:o:
' lie mail Steam- i "Miami"
" I'varn has be- a fl
a ml is now on dork, l)ut wi
(fail to |,.;irn whet!;' r another
s! i
DISBURSEMENTS.
i Nov. 15. Trans-
mitted to London
for pun base "I
motor ambulan-
Cl s
13 Dec. 15. Tele-
gram in London
22 Dec. 15 Trans-
mi tted to London
for purchase of
motor ambulan-
Cl E -
11 Jan. if). Baham is
K'i (1 Cross 1 imlcl
11 Jtui. 16. Daugh-
ters 'if llic Empire
2500 o n
1.1 0
IOO o o

s' i|) will ,. put -on in her
[place or when she will make
V11 'I ei it. Con'rai tsseeni
to I).' only "scraps o' paper".
:ov
he Mail Steam- r "Mono
pistil arrived this .afternoon
loom Havana with eight pas
\ rs.
_.&.-------------
advertise in'
The Tribune.
has bi en abandoned \\ ith the
W unding of only one man
among the British and French,
according to British official
statements issui d. I his pews
has bet 11 expt i ti (I For several
days, for theretirerai nt of the
troops from Anzacand Suvka
Day thn c weeks ago Ii It no
Strategic .advantage to the
ntion of the tip of the
Peninsula. Nevertheless the
news will be received with
n gjrel by the* people of the
I'i itish Isli s as well as the
Colonii .
Ri newed activity of vai
noted by the Turkish
official communications in
'5 '' fl the past fi a days has presum-
ably been in the natun
' prt parations for the final act
j in the I >ardam Hi s.
J Tonights official Turkish
?|atemen1 covering the per-
",cr\l Thursday lo Saturday
recorSr^^ effectiveness i
Turkish bnfieT^whj, hi v.
been drawing in anfcpn,.,
ratingon the Allies reniiain
ing positions.
Anothei pangtolheBriti!
will be caused by the arj
nouncement of the loss of tH.
battleship King Edward VII
\\ hich was blown up by a
nine I he British ofli ial
ment on the incidi nl
Radiograms
11 Hi January, ion
^",l,a; Charles J. Griffin
and \\ m Johnson won the I .11
1 -astern lawn tennis doubles
"'' ampionship from Kuma [i i
and Mikami.
Philadelphia: Time men
were killed in an explosion in
the mokeless nowei works ai
( irm j Point. X, u Je.ie)
Petroprad: As a result of
1... ':':'.!. ..'r',' 'l::' in* ,i". ,l,,'~ ""' r veal the scene of
the no ident and men ly says
it " cui red in lieavj seas and
the nlire crew was savt d.
The King Edward VII. re-
nted an invi stmt nt of
nearly \ < and was
one of the lini si of the last
of pre (In Fidnotights.
Youngstown < )hio:- Pre
parations an ' ing made for
re opening of tl e iron mills
here after 'a strike in which
two lives were lost and a
mill; ii 1
pert) (I m by ri
The 1
situation is wi II unde
trol.
Washington: A
week ol open discussion nl
the senate and house 1
mal ext it' ment
1 he fi in ign relations of the]
United Stat< s has bet n
siderably allayi d. Admit
tration 1 aders appear I
have u di d in ; revi
ti i F-d ir colli
lo adopt a pi ifii y of i
waiting for compli ti
m I ion of rec< nt war
activities in which Ai
liv< s were lost it is
however that there will 1
almost daily discuss i i
the capital for weeks ti
on conditio: .
United Sti I result
the war. now |
Iraint I I i
hinunr) nth i
I Brovvns\ il I e:
\o di n
along (he Texas- >
hole t tO I
State.- M |.qi
indii ati thai rutm >urs
lated st night of ha
activ tyon tl
Russians n ad< an advance of
30 mil ;s overa rronl of miles 60
in Galii i 1 and lli Au Irians
were dnven West of iheStryi a
River.
I lavana:- A Spanish sti amer
rep 'its that a German subma-
rine strandi d near Cadiz and 1 he
en tv weie asphyxiati d.
1 ith January. 1916.
London, 9th:--1 he remain.
positions on Gnllipoli
'eninsula held bv (he Allies
w i
ing
I lie R io < inn;.'
oul fi : ion.
I' \n
- : I.. t
all grain be I i]< ai rjol
than January 24th. Any j
son who makes falsi
men! r< gi rding grain will
punished by a years impi
men! and a fine of one' ;
-and dollars.
The F.ague.Via Lond
9:Assurance received t<
I ha i Sv nd is
ing five civilian ,, ,|


of the other neutral nations Amara to
liepermanent peaceboard j rownsend.
h it is planned
result of the Ford peace
\pedition. An effort is on
i to have representatives
mi) Spain join the peace-
id.
lierlin, By Wireless to Say-
. 9:The Turkish gov-
: nt a- 111; 'I re-
il for tin- irrest o| consuls
tiieTeutonic Allies in Sal
ki have arrested the
!i<:h and British offii als
.1 1 remain' in Embassies
Conatantii ople, tin ()v< r
News A jncy announces
,;a.
>:
i2tli J.;1 nary, 1916
London:Tie British I
Mesopotamia are proceeding
a Tigris Liver to relief e
el amara. Due to weather
litions the\ halted tweitt)
below tlieirobjective.
Lie- British steamer Clan
iarlar.e was sunk in the
. erranean on Decembei
i ; Laa ersdli d in hh boats
1 n and 18 Lascersland
in Malta*
[| fa semi officially
fT^\'\ .need tli. t it was an Aus
ubmarine wlrich Mink the
n liner Port S.iid in the
terrane; n last month
six pa-s' ngers and one
r of tin 1 rew were killed.
1 1 ram the submarine.
don:John Redmond,
of tin- Irish party an
1 uriced in the h m
that no Nationalist
id furtha 1 1|l('
litary service bill.
nna:-4"he Austrians
captured 1 towns
mtentgro.
1.1 Paso,TexaV.It is re
1 from Chihuah > Citj
1 trainload if employes
1 1 lie American Smelting
1 my were, held up in
ern Chihuahua '>v \ d
relieve General
On the night of the
to form 71'1 Aylmer reported an action
with about three Turkish divi
sions near Sheiks Sand on the
Tigris 25 mil S East of the Kut
el Amara. On the right bank
Kemballs column had carried
enemys position and was en-
trenching. On the 9th Alymer
reported that he was pursuing
the enemj who were in retreat
but the pursuit was hindered by
heavy rain.
Sir I\rcy Lake succeeds Sir
John Nixon who is compelled
to return owing t<> ill health.
It was announced in Larlia
m n! j est< rday that tin Prime
Minister of the Commonwealth
mates Australia would have
supplied 300.000 men under
arms by June and the Prime
Minister ol New Zealand 1
m,il 1 \ /c dand would
have y ln ,ll<' e,ul "' ''"
nny and reinforcements at 1
nlar intervals.
The French government ie
ports that fresh information
from Champagne confirms that
.,i least three Gi rman divisions
tooV pait in t]w important at
1,,, k winch faih d complttelj
under (Tench artillery ami
trench fire and counter attacks.
The French go' ernment re
ports nil aerial battle yi sterday
in which French aircraft de
stroved three German aircraft
M inj Utters on Geimanscap
lured al I lartmnnnweilerskopf
iplain of penury, shortageof
food supplies and inability to
irchafe the necessaries "f lif'
The Russian government re
port enormous losses of ti|1 tlie
inv in Galicia.
JJvrgni d)
pu
/
BONAR LAW.
ust Received
T^rr-DRINK-
Welch's Grape Juicg.
.',
PRICES
On..its, 2s. 3d. each.
Lints, Is. 4d.,
15s. \> Lints, 9d.
8s. 6d. per doz.
Lints, 5d.
4s. 6d. per doz.
A
T
BLACK'S
222 Bay St.
and The Nassau Candy Kitchen,
Opp. Hotel Colonial.
A Garden Fete
Under the distinguished
patronage of #;'-> Excellency
the Go"-;---, "J
7 uy ^Jiardj'ce.
including
tliir
We lem Chihuahua '>v \ ilia
1 !its and all of the Ami ri
were killed. There were
ibly forty mining mi rj
Ion the train
Americans.
January 12th
I ondon, 11th.
eriior, Bahamas.
1 d News nth January:
' the 61 li General Aylmer left
ehi 50 miles from Kut el
1916.
ardines, Oysters, Clams, Vi
ma Sausage, Hamburger steaK
ned and Rasl Beef, Potted
. iimon, OUves, Mustard,
Evaporated and Condensed
Milk, Breakfast Cocoa, Raisins,
Prfcmes, Currants. Atst. Nuts,
Asst. Biscuits, Candies, Mince
Meat. ,
\ n nice supply of Dread,
Home marie Cakes ami Pies,
Fruit Jellies and Marmalade,
\ era ted Waters, 11..me made
Pickles, Olive Oil
Cigars and Cigarette*.
F. A GARNER,
Wl LI. he h-Id in the
pounds of Ills III.
our the Chief Justi* eon I ues-
day, 18th inst., in aid of ih
11 ughters of Ihe Emp 1 n
Ri d Cross I' und.
Useful and Fancy arl
Plants, Fruits, Vi gilable and
SW( ets will beofferd f rs.de.
Tea, Cak< am.
, Special attrei lions will be
provided for 1 hildren.
<; ,0 op< ns at : o'cl
Adraissi n, \dults 6d chil-
dren 3d.
For Hire
Horse and E\u y
Fitted up with all
a|'l'll>~'
For fu
*
o:
N Bay
ontaining
52 West Kay Street.
FOUND
Si an
gilt 1
a black ground
staple ends
Apply at
TRIBUN
envelope
etti
fitted with
Office
Mrs. BRUG
No. 10pelnn y St.
W. A. MATHER
UNDERTAKER
DT -Ik I -s '" infiirii' Ins f
;in,I tin I'ublic 1I1 o I c h i>
,,1-t !! roc,I ;i OWjiplcle mill'lt < I
f.Hilnir- f-i 1! > buisi -- of an mi-
,lnt k'-r. I.k h pt*ri li 1 in in a
.11 to cawMft l'tm< rals lliit
ma) I"' nioisil to li re with
1 patch. 11
1 ji es In l
1 e llie vei y I
mk,
CM AS C.
ARMS
H
1
-XL
Mana
a specialt;
ly and A
Absolute
lei I, The
pi" uili 'tli.n
for I In cIhrj fust
HTfiObRN
G ST.
Hill.
CED Paper
eiling Work,
work careful-
ly performed
tii hi guarsn
cst references.


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