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Iv announce the actual block ade of Germany Berlin:—! he Austro Hun garians repulsed Ihe Russ offensive in Bi bia. The Russians sustained heavj lossi London: The Spanish met Bayo struck a mine Thursday, 25 of the crew were lost. The British steam I ocquet was sunk. London: Prince I h nry of I'I ussia has bi en suinmonede to Berlin, according to a re t fr 'in Heine It is also re ported that the Emperors thda) fi stivities, January li, have b( en cancelled ow ing I.I I 11 Emperoi ill health. Wash in ton: The remova I of private Clark from an Am erican < 'earner by a Jamaii 1 neutrality offii < r is not ex pected t>> i'i suit in a protesl from the I' 1 ii: 1 d Stati 5. The affair ured within British territorial waters. Paris: A In tu bsubmarim torp di 1 1! an Austrian des troyer which sunk. A York: Mrs Pankhi \ 0 ca me to raise funds fei the relief of Sei bia was ni in Elli d because she I b<' u impris* >ned foi I he II:.".. Fords | >i partj ] iken up aftei I tin^' alii rnati s to a pi i p • d peace confi ranee of itra I >. B rlin: Train service B i tin to C< instant i has be gun. Rome: Mon t e n e g ra n 1 roops from cettinje are H< e into Albania. he w here abouts of King Nicholas and his foro s is a myst< ry. — :o: — January 16th 1 I .ondon 1 =, uovi mi ir B hamas (Jffii ial ni ws Fifteenth January:— F 1 e u c ii reporl sub marine attached to Italian navy sank Austrian 1 juiser II Cattaro. Art illerv lire north of Meen! real caused t wo violent m plosioi • 11 r i ( i s h reppi is i nemy 1 K iiehe-. about (i 1 v e n c h y much damage by our lire lei day Austrian report capture of Cetigne. Czar in imperial Older tohis armyand navy saya Russia cannot be assured her inde pi ndence and rights enii 13 Fruits of her labour or develop her resources without de cisive victory, therefore then can he no peace without vie tory. (Signed) I NAR LAW. A Garden Fete Under the distinguished patronage of Hio Excellen the Governor and Lady Allardyce. W I I. I. be held in the His Hon our the Chiel Jusl ice 1 m I'ues day, 181 h inst., in aid n, anil it it b issibly the most useful of all the animals which dwell in this part of the world. I like the Reindeer, SUNLIGHT SOAP is to be found in all parts of the civilised world, and its at utility is vouched lor by millions of contented housewives who would not be without it. SUNLIGHT SOAP enjoys a well-merited reputation, it is absolutely pure, and will not harm the most delicate fabric. A piece 1 I Sunlight Si >ap used in \' ur in--.; wa h will 11 nvince you of its excelk n< e. B5FOR SALE Reo Motor Car, '.'"( %  ; m 0 '" vn ALSO A Good Row Boat £7. J P. SIMMS GASOLINE Fromliiis Date, Price in Original Drums,' )ne shilling 1 ial Ion. Less quantity, One Shi I ling and th: e pei G il Ion. Iii Cases, T< n < Sallons, las. per Case. C. C. SAUNDERS East Bay Street Nassau N. P. Saturday, 1 >, I 11 V*i iiin.i Sausage, I lamburgei Steak i Corned ai d R asl Beef, Potti H Meat, v ilmon, >liv< 5, Mustard, R\ api irated and Co Milk, Bn akfast Cocoa, Raisins, Prunes, Currants, Asst. N Asst, Bi icuits, Candii s, Mi I Also -i nil <• supplj 'if B I Ionic made C 1 IP Fruit Ji Hies and Mai mal V rated Watt 1 -. I lome n Pickles, Olive Oil Cigars and Cigarel li a F. A GARNER, 52 \\'i treel W. A. MATHER UNDERTAKER D I.-! 11 In* fi lends i the I'II 1 lie Hi..; t e lias JUS! 11 c. II OUtfil I f.iciliries foi the buisn of an unI. l .u-li 1 1 in a |K isition lo cam out Funl raJs IIIHI be • ir 1 u*t< il in Ins care with 11 des| if) tcli; a nd J I (utiy solicits tii< 11 pit room 1 Gel 11 \ Prices first iiwl pfovjf the*ellial .ire the very lowest 101 Ihecinssl win k. For Rent A SIX room cottage w iih bath -ittai hed. neai Pii son and Fort I' inrast Ie. Apply JOS. LAlNCi, Blue Hill St. Here's An Oppor= tu filly that you cannot afford to lose. If You V i'i 'in iini/e II \mi want .1 I' 11-1 Class Light II you want to be n nizi d. Use th Best T.i that IIH ni' ) ran buy. I he il and tin Cl l at: BEACON KER9SF.HE MANTLE LAMPS m BURNERS 1 Of tho .l.Hi-J II bled. n I inllr powtr. I, limtc .*ly M f-ut for Ml* iioiirN. • I II £!!?, •: nr. imrHIM.I (,I Ollr-tvulh 111.' !•• entirely of For No %  >.! %  1. 1 0 I j ante, simple and c 1 u n. Thoro la only one m. Insist on A H. Home Supply Co. KANSAS CITY, MO. For Sale By THOS. ENABBIE \\ Christie St.. Nassau. N. P. iven if II quisled W ilV .11 I know won. ilnful I .in; \



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* Nvilllu* R.lilxins |utsre in vei ba mtvitislri Bemi: hnui'.ii tnsvvenr to ih< Dnimm of no Master. No. 45 VOL. XIII. NUIIMI, N.P.. Kahamns. MONDAY. January 17. 1916. L, OILBRK'l IHITi II. Edt "i i iii; Corner Sliiricy & Charlotte St PHONB 300. P. 0. i OX l and PUBLISHED DAILY RA Minn; ). ". • %  i i Jil h •iilv Is. I I I• • \ v \r.i.i. IN \ 11\ i line fin i 'I he Mai] Si "I l day in irningandaftei I a the foil fi >r N issau, to I lavan \ I l %  %  I i : I %  ' \ Ellen I liiue T |'>yce, Clara II iu %  Florenr %  \ %  VI > I. Jane I' id Bert Johnson ; M J a I'd I 11 i I l)d Kobert Collier, Mr. and Mrs I : on, Mr. .in I Mrs. William P, Joyce, Mr. and Mrs. Henrv I' I 'epuy, Mr. and Mr : William J. Wallace, Mr. and Mrs Frank R. S'oonan and Mr. and \li i, John C. Raul ; Mi ssrs Walter P. \n man, J< isepli 1 des, Joseph A. I.innane, (>rville T. Conover, Frank W nbben Frederii k V Robinson, Je rumi' K vvfrom, Frederick '1 I la 11 y S> luii • Ci.lw \r\ npsnn ; Mr. B ston; • %  / 'I I n Phillbad I Riti hie. Mi ssrs Alfred M. Faull Martin 1 % avis, Charli s Pritchard, rhomas Curd. Milton J. Worthy, Gerald J Cupee, IUI I W. i William maid I I! i %  ;d, i Johnson,' iustavus A. liavne, Ri ibert Gi i u. I Webb, William Webb. John W. I hompson and Leonard .1. Bri The Mol "I I."arrived yesterday afti moon from Miami with tomatoccal and cattle feed and m ails a n d p issengei Mi :Fred Walters, A. ;i a'. (ii Schult, |. V i and A. O. White. The ao umulation of mails ived in our Posl of] yesterdny was per "Fran E I igs, fn im Miami, and u/a" ig ba ;s fn im 91 bags in all. was made at 9 ' 11 i g 111, a 11 d m i iia\ 1 •. '. undi 1 1 I, d om anda half to two hour; bi II • objection 01 1 inI' st Offi ithorilie! the Mail. It is well thai this o bjectiin was reconsidered as the public would not ha> 1 d for furtl < 1 de'a\ ol Is thai had aln ady n delayed nearly a fortnight. Radiograms January 15th 1916. London, : !i: Another decisive stage in the Balkan situation lias b( en reai hi d with Montenegro now follow ing Serbia in virl ual absorpn by im ad i: s. It was Irani; d to night that Austria and Mi mti negro hadi onji ti 1 an ai mi-t i < e, tliis IK ing 1 -a strued as the last act of the little country after having its 1 apital, Cetti'nje dominated by the Austrians capture >l M nut I,ovci 11. Whether King N %  iholas will routinue the unl qua! stri ronsi 1 d doubtful here bul the acited viev ng the I men in Londi m is tliat Mont em gro has virtually ed under Austrian ci >ntrol. The < hief signifii am e 1 this do< s nut lie in the small tin it' trial acquisition which is |ess than Si 1 hia. but in Aust 1 tas \dri ont lying alongside the Austi ian main The Mail Steamer "Morrn %  le" an ived In Ni w York at 8 o cli 'i'K Sundae moi nlng. Advertise in he Tribune. nsivi it: \ %  :< 1 staiii >n of Cattaro whi ; iati hej announi e t he 1 ntire Austrian Heel including tl d 1 ( a 1111 fj and I hich n cut naval raid was made against Italian transports going to hi relief of Sei bia. trillion Thisfm tin 1 extension of \usti ias front with the dominating naval center of Cattaio is viewi d as further tending toward the realization

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Nvilllu* R.lilxins |utsre in vei ba mtvitislri
Bemi: hnui'.ii tnsvvenr to ih< Dnimm of no Master.
No. 45
VOL. XIII.
Nuiimi, N.P.. Kahamns. MONDAY. January 17. 1916.
L, OILBRK'l IHITi II.
Edt
"i i iii;
Corner Sliiricy & Charlotte St
PHONB 300. P. 0. i OX l
and
PUBLISHED DAILY
RA
Minn; ). ".

i
i Jil
h
iilv Is. I
, I
.
I-
\ v \r.i.i. in \ 11\
i line
fin i
'I he Mai] Si "I
l
day
in irningandaftei I a
the foil
fi >r N issau, to
I lavan
\ I l - I i : I ' \
Ellen I liiue T
|'>yce, Clara II iu .
Florenr \ VI > I.
Jane I' id Bert
Johnson ; M J
a I'd I 11 i I l)d
Kobert Collier, Mr. and
Mrs I : on, Mr.
.in I Mrs. William P, Joyce,
Mr. and Mrs. Henrv I' I 'epuy,
Mr. and Mr : William J.
Wallace, Mr. and Mrs Frank
R. S'oonan and Mr. and \li i,
John C. Raul ; Mi ssrs Walter
P. \n man, J< isepli 1 des,
Joseph A. I.innane, (>rville
T. Conover, Frank W nbben
Frederii k V Robinson, Je
rumi' K vvfrom, Frederick
'1 I la 11 y S> luii
Ci.lw \r\
npsnn ; Mr.
B ston;

/
'I I n Phillbad
I Riti hie.
Mi ssrs Alfred M. Faull
Martin 1 ?avis, Charli s Pritch-
ard, rhomas Curd. Milton J.
Worthy, Gerald J Cupee,
iui I W. i William
maid I I! i . ;d,
i Johnson,' iustavus A.
liavne, Ri ibert Gi i u. I
Webb, William Webb. John
W. I hompson and Leonard
.1. Bri......
The Mol "I I."ar-
rived yesterday afti moon
from Miami with tomato-
ccal and cattle feed and
m ails a n d p issengei
Mi :- Fred Walters, A.
;i a'. (ii Schult, |. V
i and A. O. White.
The ao umulation of mails
ived in our Posl of]
yesterdny was per "Fran
E I igs, fn im Miami, and
u/a" ig ba ;s fn im
91 bags in all.
was made at 9
' 11 i g 111, a 11 d m i
iia\ 1 . '.
undi 11 I, d om
anda half to two hour; bi
II objection 01
1 in- I' st Offi ithorilie!
the Mail. It is well
thai thisobjectiin was recon-
sidered as the public would
not ha> 1 d for furtl < 1 de-
'a\ ol Is thai had aln ady
n delayed nearly a fort-
night.
Radiograms
January 15th 1916.
London, : !i: Another
decisive stage in the Balkan
situation lias b( en reai hi d
with Montenegro now follow
ing Serbia in virl ual absorp-
n by im ad i: s. It was
Irani; d to night that Austria
and Mi mti negro hadi onji ti 1
an ai mi-ti< e, tliis Ik ing 1 -a
strued as the last act of the
little country after having its
1 apital, Cetti'nje dominated
by the Austrians capture >l
M nut I,ovci 11. Whether King
N iholas will routinue the
unl qua! stri ronsi
1 d doubtful here bul the ac-
ited viev ng the I
. men in Londi m is tliat
Mont em gro has virtually
ed under Austrian ci >nt-
rol. The < hief signifii am e 1
this do< s nut lie in the small
tin it' trial acquisition which
is |ess than Si 1 hia. but in
Aust 1 tas \dri ont lying
alongside the Austi ian main
The Mail Steamer "Morrn
le" an ived In Ni w York at
8 o cli 'i'K Sundae moi nlng.
Advertise in
' he Tribune.
nsivi it: \:< 1 staiii >n of
Cattaro whi ; iat-
i-hej announi e t he 1 ntire Aus-
trian Heel including tl
d 1 ( a 1111 fj
and I hich n cut
naval raid was made against
Italian transports going to
! hi relief of Sei bia.
trillion Thisfm tin 1 extension
of \usti ias front with the
dominating naval center of
Cattaio is viewi d as further
tending toward the realiza-
tion niahiii},' the Adriatic an Aus-
ti ian sen, thuschecking ItaJys
ambition to make an Italian
Italy had so much at stake
that officials and diplomat
had been anxiousjy waiting
to see wh.it lid b ijL
help M< mti ni gr< 1 and at tl^
same time t< 1 avi rt annt!
Austrian exti nsion on I
Adriatic. They were aw
that Italy had once befon
d Austria from gi
tint' territoi ial oncession
In 111 M.mt- r Cat-
. emphatically objectin
to tin. treaty madi in hh
As Italy was thi n a nn 1
her of the triple allianceAus
tria reluctantly y i elded to 1
Italian bji '
It wasbelievad thi
tic relations would nkiv
pai t in Italy's ai 1 l ni e
Mo; King N
laughl f tj
Kin;;' of I'
that quart r did 1 1
the Italian 1
landed furthi r
and has n< I
sini e.
The London TIMESi
that Italys ts in M
tenegro i a- im;
Imp ai the opening
the Dardanelli 1 d thi I
prospective annihilation
Montenegro will have
maritime
quences in the 1 a tern M<
1 rrane.
17th January 1916.
Ni w Vork: I sulfm
1 ine !'. 2 was paitially di
tri yed this afternoon ai 1
Brooklyn Navj Yard d
dock by an expli sion 1
from a storage battery. I hi
workmen and one enlist
man w eie killed and a pi
hi r of eidisti d men injUfl 1
Berlin: lan|n 101 Willi.
ap| can d in puhC
tinn i : nd was cli; 1
ed by ci 61yds.
London: -.It is expo I
that Co-cat Put."iii v, illirhcit
MUTILATED


Iv announce the actual block
ade of Germany
Berlin:! he Austro Hun
garians repulsed Ihe Russ
offensive in Bi bia. The
Russians sustained heavj
lossi
London: The Spanish
met Bayo struck a mine
Thursday, 25 of the crew
were lost. The British steam
I ocquet was sunk.
London: Prince I h nry of
I'i ussia has bi en suinmonede
to Berlin, according to a re
t fr 'in Heine It is also re
ported that the Emperors
thda) fi stivities, January
li, have b( en cancelled ow
ing i.i I 11 Emperoi ill health.
Wash in ton: The remova I
of private Clark from an Am
erican < 'earner by a Jamaii 1
neutrality offii < r is not ex
pected t>> i'i suit in a protesl
from the I' 1 ii: 1 d Stati 5. The
affair ured within
British territorial waters.
Paris: A I- n tu bsubmarim
torp di 1 1! an Austrian des
troyer which sunk.
a York: Mrs Pankhi
\ 0 ca me to raise funds fei
the relief of Sei bia was ni
in Elli d because she
I b<' u impris* >ned foi
I he II:.".. Fords | >i
partj ] iken up aftei
- I tin^' alii rnati s to a pi i
p d peace confi ranee of
itra I >.
B rlin: Train service B i
tin to C< instant i has be
gun.
Rome: Mon t e n e g ra n
1 roops from cettinje are H< e
into Albania. he w here
abouts of King Nicholas
and his foro s is a myst< ry.
:o:
January 16th 1
I .ondon 1 =,
uovi mi ir
B hamas
(Jffii ial ni ws Fifteenth Jan-
uary: F 1 e u c ii reporl sub
marine attached to Italian
navy sank Austrian 1 juiser
II Cattaro.
Art illerv lire north of Meen-
! real caused t wo violent m
plosioi
11 r i ( i s h reppi is i nemy
1 k iiehe-. about (i 1 v e n c h y
much damage by our lire
lei day

Austrian report capture of
Cetigne.
Czar in imperial Older tohis
armyand navy saya Russia
cannot be assured her inde
pi ndence and rights enii 13
Fruits of her labour or develop
her resources without de
cisive victory, therefore then
can he no peace without vie
tory.
(Signed)
I NAR LAW.
A Garden Fete
Under the distinguished
patronage of Hio Excellen
the Governor and
Lady Allardyce.
WI I. I. be held in the
His Hon
our the Chiel Jusl ice 1 m I'ues
day, 181 h inst., in aid I daughters Of the Em pi re
Red Cross fund.
I Iseful anJ Fancy artich s,
Plants, Fi uil \ 1 gitable and
Sweets will be offerd foi sale.
Tea, Cake and Cream.
Special attrei lions will be
provided for children.
dates opens at 3 o'clock.
Admission, Adults r-i! chil
dren 3d.
THE REINDEER
is an inhabitant of the Arctic Rcgi< >n, anil it it b issibly
the most useful of all the animals which dwell in this
part of the world. I like the Reindeer,
SUNLIGHT SOAP
is to be found in all parts of the civilised world, and its
at utility is vouched lor by millions of contented
housewives who would not
be without it. Sunlight
Soap enjoys a well-merited
reputation, it is absolutely
pure,and will not harm the
most delicate fabric. A piece
1 I Sunlight Si >ap used in
\' ur in--.; wa h will 11 n-
vince you of its excelk n< e.
B5-
FOR SALE
Reo Motor Car,
'.'"(; m 0 '" vn
ALSO
A Good Row Boat
7.
J P. SIMMS
GASOLINE
Fromliiis Date, Price in
Original Drums,' )ne shilling
' 1 ial Ion.
Less quantity, One Shi I
ling and th: e pei G il
Ion.
Iii Cases, T< n < Sallons, las.
per Case.
C. C. SAUNDERS
East Bay Street
Nassau N. P.
Saturday,
1 ><- ember 18th 1915.
Just Received
Sardii -.(). uei >, I 11 V*i
iiin.i Sausage, I lamburgei Steak i
Corned ai d R asl Beef, Potti H
Meat, v ilmon, >liv< 5, Mustard,
R\ api irated and Co
Milk, Bn akfast Cocoa, Raisins,
Prunes, Currants, Asst. N
Asst, Bi icuits, Candii s, Mi
' I
Also -i nil < supplj 'if B
I Ionic made C 1 IP
Fruit Ji Hies and Mai mal
V rated Watt 1 -. I lome n
Pickles, Olive Oil
Cigars and Cigarel li a
F. A GARNER,
52 \\'i treel
W. A. MATHER
UNDERTAKER
DI.-! 11 In* fi lends
.....i the I'ii1 lie Hi..; t e lias
JUS! 11 c. II OUtfil I
f.iciliries foi the buisn of an un-
I. l.u-li 1 1 in a
|k isition lo cam out Funl raJs iIihI
be ir 1 u*t< il in Ins care with
11 des| if) tcli; a nd j i ,
(utiy solicits tii< 11 pit room 1 Gel
11 \ Prices first iiwl pfovjf the*ellial
.ire the very lowest 101 Ihecinssl
win k.
For Rent
A SIX room cottage w iih
bath -ittai hed. neai Pii
son and Fort I' inrast Ie.
Apply JOS. LAlNCi,
Blue Hill St.
Here's An Oppor=
tu filly that you cannot
* afford to lose.
If You V i'i 'in iini/e
II \mi want .1 I' 11-1 Class
Light
II you want to be n
nizi d. Use th Best T.i
that iih ni') ran buy. I he
il and tin Cl
l at:
BEACON
KER9SF.HE MANTLE
LAMPS m BURNERS
1
Of tho
.l.Hi-J
II bled.
n I inllr
powtr.
' I, limtc
.*ly M f-ut for Ml*
iioiirN.
I II !!?,
: nr-
. imr-
hIm.i (,i Ollr-tvulh 111.'
! entirely of
For
No
>.!.1. 1 0 I.....j ante,
simple and c 1 u n.
Thoro la only one
m. Insist on
A H.
Home Supply Co.
KANSAS CITY, MO.
For Sale By
Thos. E- Nabbie
\\ Christie St.. Nassau. N. P.
iven if ii quisled W ilV
.11 I know won. '
ilnful I .in; .
\


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