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/ I, GILBKRT DTJPOCH, Editor and Proprietor. OPPIOK: Corner Shirley & Chcrlolte Sts NtHHtU, S. I'., Ihihamas PHONE 200. 1'. O. BOX I6S. PUBLISHED DAILY RATES Mond iy, Wednesday and Fiiiiay— single coro jd lay, and Thursday—single C"i>y id I -single CO v ... i|d Weekly arly 1 8s. PAYABLE IX AO VANO K Advertitii .: Rates:—Sis pence pei line (ci ertiim: time pence pei line lor second inwrtirfn; and onepennj pei line for subsqucni insei tiont, \ tii-i'inriits undci eight lines 4--. Zhe tribune Tuesday, January 2^. 1916 THE HON. HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY. .Monday 17th January 1916. I lie House met at 7.30 p.m. I 'RESENT; II is Honour The Spi aker, Hi Deputy Speaker, Messrs. (i imblin, G. II. Johnson, J. R. Young, Weech, Turtle, Culmer, Bethel, Cole, To tie, Bain, Anderson, Bo wen, H. F. Armbrister, Sweeting, E. V. Solomon,l^.W. Voung, Brice, "A\. C. B.Johnson, A. K. Solo-iiioii, Curry, Moore, Moseley, Albury, G. W. Armbrister. Mi ssageNo.8from Hi-, Ex. the Governor re estimates was presented by the Hon. G. II < iamblin, read and 1 irdered to pi intcd. Mr. Gamblin -obtained l ave to introduce A Bill for an Act to amend 1 he Aquisition of Land Act Questions by Mr.LAV.Young: When does the Board of Health for New Providence 11.tend to remedy the evil that at present exists at the foot of Church Street in connection with the recent attempt at reclamation? Answer by Hon. G. II. Gamblin The question makes an assumption which the Board does not admit. Any step which in the opinion of 1 lie Board ought to lie taken to maintain the health of < the community will he taken by the Hoard as and when funds are available. Mr. W. C B Johnson moved and Mr. C. E. Albury seconded the Second reading of the following resolution Resolved, that this House will indemnify the Receiver General and Treasurer in paying out of the Public Treasury by warrant in the usual manner to the Governor in Council a sum not ex (ding Two thousand pounds f< r the purpose of paving all necessary expenses incurred in raising and despatching a Third Contingent j of Sixty five men and in making provision for the n< 1 1 ary reinforcements to main; tain the number of men c< m tributed by the Colony to the present war at Tw< 1 hundn d Dr. C. C. Svt 1 eling moved and J. R. Youngsei ondi d an amendment, which ins< rt< I £1500 instead of £2500, 15 men instead l I 5, and 1 men instead of 200. Mr. G. M. Coleseconded bj E. L. Bowen moved a further amendment which insei U d 92 men instead of 65 and 227 men inst< ad "I 200. On both amendments a lengthy debate ensued, the question of finnm e being urged as the ground of oh lion to increasing th^contin: ni to 200 men. Yeas and Nays were, ailed on the ist amendment and were as follows.— Yi AS M. ssrs J R. C %  Young. Turtle, Sw< i ting, E. V. Solomon, Moore, Brire, Curry and A. K. Solomon. NAYS Messrs (i imblin, G II. Johnson, Weech, Culmer, Bethell, Cole, To ite, Bain, Anderson, Bowen, 11 F. Al ni blister, Moseley, LAW Young (i \Y. Armbrister, Albury and \V. C. D Johnson. The amendment was lost On the 2nd ami ndment be ing put it was lost, and on the original resolution b( ing put it was unanimiusly earned. After the giving ol 11 the I [< >use adjourned to M day evening the 24th. GOVERNOR'S REPLY TO CONGRATULATORY MESSAGE OF THE HOUSE. Mr, Deputy Speaker and Gentlemen, I consider I hat the 1 honourable House of Assembly has done me very great honour in passing the Resolution of which you have banded me a copy I shall always remember that the dignity of Knighthood which His Majesty has been pleased to confer on me was 11 ceived while I was in this Colons. I shall likewise associate with that honour the loyalty, patriotism, and self-saci ifii %  of the people of the Bahamas,and their devo tion to t h eir King and Country dui iug the Great War. I request that you will convey li 1 1 he Speaker and the Honourable House of Assem bly my warm thank's |,,i the Ri si ilul i< m. W. L.ALLARDYCE, Governor. Government House, Nassau, 12th January, 191G Complaints reach us tfliat the Market basin is fast Jf.ll ing up, so that the boa* in man) instam es have l&afl high water to haul in tl the abulmi nt, and upon vi-Iting spot we find huge Ifraps in'1 leelings all a lore the edges of abutments. The law is quite stronland (dear against throwing anything ovi 1 board which sinks and offeinleis should btf pun isln d. From the appearance, it giMs the idea (hat the cane pi 1 lings an swept overboard, instead 1 f being removed from whan 1 s otherwise. —"Oi Some time ago there used to he a light on the N. W. corner of the City Slaughter House, to make the opening 1 if market Basin, so that no boats seeking Harbour there could easily locate it, but we regret to have tp report llial tins light has been removed, or is no longer kept burning, so that on dark and squall) nights boats are vvithyWifliculty taken into the Mai In 1 Basin. I his light 1so si 1 viceable, so \ei \ n< cessai y that we unhe 1t.1i ingl) suggest its n placement, as the 1 garnets fully worth the candle.' —:o: — On Sunday aftei noon lv i > lights w ere 1 ibs< 11ed lau mug at the fish maiket, \ 1/: tin one immediately ovei tindoor oppositi the sti ps. and.. m the other at. the N. Westi 111 end of the Fisli Shed. This was and 111 eisight,01 ni gli cl on the p it of som< one, and we call attention to it to re mind the 1 me \\ hi ise dut y it is to turn 1 in and 1 II 1 hi se lights. hat they are For use all night and not dui ing the day time If kept binning all dav al though small.y-'-t the\ will in crease the current used quar lerly. The Board of Health mi look into this. :o: last of p issengerspei MailSl lie r "Mexico" on Sundav morn ing.— Misses Julia Bischoff, 1 > ra Cuthbert, I. dia Gardnci, Anni L. Johnson, Emma Long Catli erine McDonald, Theodora Mac A Manus, Alice Mai Manns, Isabel May, < i' raldine Mai key, Sara Nichols* d i, Margan t Ouinni M .'{•.'.oirisbn; (Hivia Uodfiti Marjorie Smith, Ellen Stewart, Minnie VV. Smith, Alice Thur ber, Fredi 11 1 Venabli s. Eliza beth B. Dodds, Dorothy Wo d lb, Marj I.. Mosiei and Florence I iav< nport; Mesdami Mary M Comstock, (irai < %  M. I ).< is, Edith S Gardner, Annie C. Graham, Kat ie T Ki llei, Alice Mai Manns, Maret Mcln. tyre, I .ei n ora M 1 kev, Emily T I cy, Mai ion Vi nables, and Minnie Woodwoi th; Misti rs and Mistresses, Milton S. Ad! IT, Albert II. Atterbury, Bernard j H' rtels, John bland, Edwin 11 Brown, Alfred E Corti s, Walti 1 S. Crittenden, Mlison Dodd, William A Glasgow, Craig 1 li berton, Frederii k L. J< ni I 1 George W. Johnson, William R. McCullogh, Zeb Mayhew, llaman V. Moss, and Phelpa Newla rry, Alfn d T, Smith, I. How aril Sloeum, 1'dnui Whit taker, s E Burns, and Harr) W Mosier; Evelyn Bicknell, Harri son K. Bird .1 ..niB 'Wilier, Mi



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I Harg Davenport, Raymond i trnsau, John W. I lussey, A us tin R Knapp, William MacWil liams, Henry K, McHarg.Frank S Minor, Edward E. Qlaquibcl, Tin*" I .[ Palmer, Elmer J. Read, Cornelius B. Riordan James B Stokes, George Taylor, Walter R. Quinlan, Roberl Walbi' Ige, Fred \ We ikes, Fi ink E Won Iworth; M isters Edward II Miner. James I' Mackev, Hugo VlacManus, I In hertM icVfanus, John MacM inus Inhn W I lusspy Jr \le-~i Thorn is B Robinson ill li MMShippman, Miss Viol i Sti ition; Mrs Drue l'i i IIII-.MII; Messrs Frank P. M irrell, W iltei <1. \\-s i 1 Oliv< r Strange, CharlesP Ezell, IrUtui P. Yancy, Archie 1$. •' i iper, Walter McDonald, G rden B Smith, Ulyses Brown, (' ip ir B. Wi ight, Julius Jam< s II ierl \ Paine, William Da \ I i.! • II. Stratton, John \Y l"h >mps >n, i )b i h in I).i\-i s, I ue rhomps n, Clarence A I i les, Wi .i rii B Page, Rojin Prince. (124) I he attention of our readers is invited to the Variety Entertainment at St An Irews Hall at B o'. lock 1 his evening as pi 1 a I k I m< nt. I'lp' M n! steamer "Mia 11" arrived this afternoon from Mi ami with in tils and p — :•>: The fallowing I j.' %  11 li inded to 11for pull lion: Hahamas Pn >gn ssi\ 1 I."a|ue, Nassau, \. P Baham qth [anuary '\ i >WHEREAS Umighty lias 111 ||i^ Divine pfl 1 losen to l ike unto Hii 1 he great and esteemed m Educator, Dr. B J Washington of Tuskegee Alii) 1111 a, and WHLUKAS I),-. Wa hiogt 1 m's entire life was spent in uplifting ( ) ur I Lace, and the bel lei mi 11I nl the %  < mditioii of in inkind t he vvoi Id over, and ill it he <]CA] af no other ever has, is vastly beyond dispute. BE IT 1'HE.REFORERESOLVED th ii the Progressive League in special session a milled, do mourn the death of this great Negro In spkator, and World Boncfnc fully appreciating the the human race has sas tained. In this sad event the negro's cause has received a great blow; and FURTHER BE IT RESOLVED thai this resolution be recorded in the in i nutes of th is League, a 1 :oj iy he sent to the local press fol publication, and to tlie be reaved family at Tuske Alabama, with the sympathy of the League. s II. IIVKi'.R IV sdt. L. W. YOUNG II. E. S. REEVES Secv. Washington, 32;— The Bri [front. Ninaior ten German n tish Embassy to.lav issued chines were brought down. Radiograms 25th January, 191b. Londi HI 24th. (i iverm ir, Bahamas. Offi rial News: —Hostile aeroplanes dropped bombs on Kentish Easl Coast Sunday night. I henwas no naval or military damage. (Jin civi ban was killed and six slightly injured. Sunday m K 111 two hostile seaplanes visited the same locality but were driven off. British headquarters rep n I mining and artillery activity. Twenty four French air planes bombarded thestation and barracks at Met/, one of them was lost. After mining and violent this stat 'incut based 011 its despatch from London : A disguised Belgian Jesuit Father Menus.:,., lately receiv Madrid:—A new wireli vice, the invention of Dr. D jas, a Spanish professor, will I e tested on February 1st be) _,i k.. 4.1 o 1 1? ."1 1 a coast station ot Spam ai edln he Holy Father, haS| U nit d States# Th# V iceis given the following account of bis audience to a Dutch b imbardment West of ArrasLens road the enemy pene |sund"ay't"vo" naval trated several hundred yards of first line French trench S Counter attack-, drove them out except on 220 yard salent. The enemy lost heavily. In t he Caucasus precipitate r*urkisll retreat in Fi/eroum region continues Many DI i soners, art illery and ammuni tion capturt d. Erzeroum forts have been bombarded. General Aylmer attacked Turkish positions six miles b low Kut el Am 111 On the 22nd. The fighting was fierce with varying success. Very heavy casualties on bothsides Since then bad weal her and Tigris floods prevent further troops ni ivements General ? "!''',' ,, • ,. treated without I ownseud reports his supplies are sufficient and there has II n 111 further lighting. (Signed) BONAR LAW. chaplain in the Belgian armv, on his return—The pope told me to repeat it along the trenches to the men, to officers and even to the king himself, that he considered Belgium has the right to complete re punting from Germany and that he will never consent to giving his good offices for reestablishment > d peace unless Belgium has all her territories in Europe and Africa rest red her with plentitude her Liberty and her internal rights as they existed before and this without prejudice to her claim for an adequate in demnily to her, fixed after a minute inquiry and inventory of all public monuments des troyed, after building factor il s and private houses and restitution for all private property, —:o: — [inn iry 25th 1916. Berlin: — Tin: Admiralty an nounces that a German naval aeroplane late Saturday night dropped bombs on station, do< ks and barracks at Dover. On aeroplanes I) imbed the aviation sheds at Hugham, Westof Dover Heavy fires were observed. Enemy squadron of aeroplanes bombarded Met/. Twocivilians veie killed and eight wounded One aeroplane was shot clown and its occupants taken prison ei s. Rome: —King Nicholas of Montem Peter, arrived from Brindisi. Nicholas \\ ill join his two daughters at Lyons. Rome: -It is reported that Emperor Francis Joseph ha. acute bronchitis. London:—The Austro Ger mans occupied Scutari, accord iugtoa newsagency despatch. Se> eral thous ind S< rbinns re offering resistance. I 1 was announced in the house of commons that in the last four weeks thirteen British aero puted to have greatly men effectiveness. IJuflalo, N. V.— Fifteen work men were killed and many in jured by an explosion in the plant of the Kelker Blower Company late today. Fll'aso:— Bernardo and Fred •rico Duran, Mexican cattle thieves, were todaj 1 :ecuted by a firing squad for the murder of Bert Alters, an American ranch man. Washington:—Tne U States notified (beat Britain its.injection to the applioat of the Trading With The Fne my Act in a manner affecting American trade. Washington:-The supreme court has upheld the constitu tionality of the income lax I -:o: — January 25th 10 P Queenstpwn: The All liner I'oniinci anian bo Cananda was disabl d Fastnet and turm d back t< port. The cause is unkn< %  1 Rome:—The M mlenegrajj in dange r of b eing cul 1 planes were lost on the Western from the Adriatic trians. Paris: Military experts' pect the Germans to make new drive to the Channel.. Saloniki:—45 French a< plani s bombard d Austrian and Bulgarian headquai 1 at Monastir causing hi 1 damn Athens: The .Allies about to make £ loan I > t irei ce. London: —The ptand ()iI tankei Pi trosite and the Norwegian ship Mons w taken into Kirk wall by a I'u itisb warship. The former had a cargo of oil for 1 > n mark. The Mons was loaded with grain. London: —Lloyd Geo saj s that England is prepai ing to delivei a terrific blow against GermanyBerlin:—A railroad train ni ar Dvinsk was set by a German aeroplane.



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\ We Want To Help The Washerwoman At The New York House and Isaiah Sweeting up East DRINK— Welch's Grape Juke. Sunlight Sonp Lightnin Ocl soap Tov >ap Bn ip i cts pei 6cts " 4 cts " ( cts " %  m H. T. BRICE Commission Merchant OFFICE : west side Bi sponge icxch&ng*. Nassau, /V. P., Bahamas. PRICES Q larts, 2s. 3d. ea h. Pints Is. 4d., 15s. p i 'I '/• \ Pints, 9d. 8s. 6d. pei doz. j Pints, 5d. 4s. 6d. per AGENT A BLACK'S 222 BC ay St. AND The Nassau Candy Kitchen, Opp. Hotel Colonial. I Phone ?14. East Bay Stt. SHEEP HORSES CATTLE %  SPONGE, SISAL and other ISLAND Products Automobiles \ Bieyeles iRci CARS AND POPE BICYCL'ES (iW*ar) FOR SALE, AND FOR HIRE. Sole agent for EO MOTOR CAR Co. Chas. E. Bethel 1 Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Ales prompt attention to all repairs Supplies and accessories Gasoline and Oils Colonial Bathing Beaefc T 11 i. Colonial Datl Dec. i |ili. eluding fruit, lunch ai acli If' r iief.'il i to grow |,all.;n n [or tw trl L'icKel be I'iirk in< Imli >HONE 402 .1. P. SIMMS 47 Market St. bot^ fifty < ill 1 intei i i dftiii \ N.'fwi'" b l1 ] : '" "' ai n |



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fr~^ NVIIHMS ndjii-luBoinn bonr\d toeWvr (urnre In veiba muHlstrl |0 il>o l)o|inai of no Master. VOL. XIII. %  r'l^.' T NIRVI. N. P.. flE&fefcmas. TUESDAY. Janunrv 23, 1916. riu= — ,;i. No. 54 Detail of Subscriptions to Bahamas Contingent Fund Published on %  22nd inst. LONG CAY d Mis W. T. i i £300 1 1 0 (> : I 1 5 1 I.i| old Karri, R. A. '' Mrs. V lit: C, II. Hall 1 0 o li Mi. an I Mrs. R, I lam a, Mr. & I. I*. Il.iii) \ in 6 o Gel. 1 I ACKLINS ISLAND \ D.iv. I' rial Chu %  £* do Hard Hill d [s, each %  -1 C. N< S mil.. Will I lantia Pi I nn, EdwArd I'" Simeon Banna', I l.iimn, Eugene I lie, Clii.i-.tiaH I Id Philip Hanna. Hanni Ma;** jdattl 1 ''" !" tfe iI l.lllll.-l, Iv'ufl! II. ich i 1;': "ft* '""^ I'-*—4v ',• 1 i Hanna' II. A. Mi Kin1 i T p iil.1". "All i ml Sclir. ilia" phine Smith I \ 1 'uI li r. ilia W.J. Mi !. M . : E cKini y, Mrs J. li s, Margari t 1 %  %  1 c .1 Taj lol 'Mis o 10 K %  McLain 1 iB.icli -Ma'. ai m a T-.tal use in i he Tribune. WilsofwDi 1 Him MM I, |nlius ; i tj el la i I/.;: iina, : I I l ; i't 11,1 Hanna. l\' mm, Xla'hlia i l£ llnttu: M.-i.nWLt ii nd, V'i 1 I la Han 11 Ddfcfc Ma Manna. Alffitj aies.C^rnli. i'V illiam 'Vn. 1 or* I\"! .! %  •' %  %  • is 11, Cl.ncii' < 'a< I, r.llcu I Wili'n d I \. ach I .'.-ill 1/.1 K>'-, : SiitK-.. Ix'.i l.'iiaij (' 'VB[ Rl!' Willin.i • I 10 C nna, Ru I'. i I Hanna, % %  I • Roll Pri nd, Julia Hanna, I. Henstie.l I u isa 1 Annie 1 lanna, p : H i, Ah an Pi v I' arson, I Willie 2d. H tekiah Roll i B ; iff. \ Hanna; !. I R 5 & %  lit, s. s. Dec. 2? Mi. Editor, allow : e i" known to the puhli entertainmi nt v n bj t lie pupils of The Bi iblic a Fund. A \ ; immi dial Hi worship Ci until i lohn A. Bow e Esqr., who is > < n ml helping in this | ri en t He gave a stiri idly number ho had gat In i 1. 1 1 <• ii.; HI the j thai it is I and help tl e mo unkj id I i• each of us like true B I i helping hand lo I (her country, no i ill The icnd. ri d, n I small Union J I itations bv f i.ui A. Voung, Miss liilbert "• i .--ret I* terj I 'ioJohrj and W illia'W A'. Tj nes v ; j. liss :c*iT|ul M Mel. I sung. The • IUIIIC'V. ; liy an ; from i.'iel *\Ir. r Piatl vvliu !. evening e aqSieix c National Anth 1th ••( i [i inns Kin ing f\ 7 ,'.-. I iliink Mr. i ; 1" I i 1 • ['. in. %  v n;_ \ dull child I i. i • %  will! %  .— aftei %  .IT t EOst 0 \ I i m %  ** (.'s< "Mi dclivi ' kllU-M'. Ol'i Forwent A LOW Al. lyrf^S !.' ; v.: '•-.


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Zhe tribune
Tuesday, January 2^. 1916
THE HON. HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY.
.Monday 17th January 1916.
I lie House met at 7.30 p.m.
I 'resent;
II is Honour The Spi aker,
Hi Deputy Speaker, Messrs.
(i imblin, G. II. Johnson, J.
R. Young, Weech, Turtle,
Culmer, Bethel, Cole, To tie,
Bain, Anderson, Bo wen, H.
F. Armbrister, Sweeting, E. V.
Solomon,l^.W. Voung, Brice,
"A\. C. B.Johnson, A. K. Solo-
-iiioii, Curry, Moore, Moseley,
Albury, G. W. Armbrister.
Mi ssageNo.8from Hi-, Ex.
the Governor re estimates was
presented by the Hon. G. II
< iamblin, read and 1 irdered to
pi intcd.
Mr. Gamblin -obtained
l ave to introduce
A Bill for an Act to amend
1 he Aquisition of Land Act
Questions by Mr.LAV.Young:
When does the Board of
Health for New Providence
11.tend to remedy the evil that
at present exists at the foot
of Church Street in connec-
tion with the recent attempt
at reclamation?
Answer by Hon. G. II. Gamblin
The question makes an as-
sumption which the Board does
not admit.
Any step which in the opinion
of 1 lie Board ought to lie taken
to maintain the health of < the
community will he taken by the
Hoard as and when funds are
available.
Mr. W. C B Johnson mov-
ed and Mr. C. E. Albury
seconded the Second reading
of the following resolution
Resolved, that this House
will indemnify the Receiver
General and Treasurer in
paying out of the Public
Treasury by warrant in the
usual manner to the Gover-
nor in Council a sum not ex
(ding Two thousand
pounds f< r the purpose of
paving all necessary expenses
incurred in raising and des-
patching a Third Contingent
j of Sixty five men and in mak-
ing provision for the n< 1 1
ary reinforcements to main-
; tain the number of men c< m
tributed by the Colony to the
present war at Tw< 1 hundn d
Dr. C. C. Svt 1 eling moved
' and J. R. Youngsei ondi d an
' amendment, which ins< rt< I
1500 instead of 2500, 15
men instead l I 5, and 1 ,
men instead of 200.
Mr. G. M. Coleseconded bj
E. L. Bowen moved a further
amendment which insei U d
92 men instead of 65 and 227
men inst< ad "I 200.
On both amendments a
lengthy debate ensued, the
question of finnm e being
urged as the ground of oh
lion to increasing th^contin-
: ni to 200 men.
Yeas and Nays were, ailed
on the ist amendment and
were as follows.
Yi as M. ssrs J R. C
Young. Turtle, Sw< i ting, E.
V. Solomon, Moore, Brire,
Curry and A. K. Solomon.
Nays Messrs (i imblin, G
II. Johnson, Weech, Culmer,
Bethell, Cole, To ite, Bain,
Anderson, Bowen, 11 F. Al ni
blister, Moseley, LAW Young
(i \Y. Armbrister, Albury and
\V. C. D Johnson.
The amendment was lost
On the 2nd ami ndment be
ing put it was lost, and on the
original resolution b( ing put
it was unanimiusly earned.
After the giving ol 11
the I [< >use adjourned to M
day evening the 24th.
GOVERNOR'S REPLY TO
CONGRATULATORY
MESSAGE OF THE
HOUSE.
Mr, Deputy Speaker and Gen-
tlemen,
I consider I hat the 1 honour-
able House of Assembly has
done me very great honour in
passing the Resolution of
which you have banded me a
copy .
I shall always remember
that the dignity of Knight-
hood which His Majesty has
been pleased to confer on me
was 11 ceived while I was in
this Colons. I shall likewise
associate with that honour
the loyalty, patriotism, and
self-saci ifii of the people of
the Bahamas,and their devo
tion to their King and Coun-
try dui iug the Great War.
I request that you will con-
vey li 1 1 he Speaker and the
Honourable House of Assem
bly my warm thank's |,,i the
Ri si ilul i< m.
W. L.ALLARDYCE,
Governor.
Government House,
Nassau,
12th January, 191G
Complaints reach us tfliat
the Market basin is fast Jf.ll
ing up, so that the boa* in
man) instam es have l&afl .
high water to haul in tl the
abulmi nt, and upon vi-Iting
spot we find huge Ifraps
in'- 1 leelings all a lore the
edges of abutments.
The law is quite stronland
(dear against throwing any-
thing ovi 1 board which sinks
and offeinleis should btf pun
isln d.
From the appearance, it
giMs the idea (hat the cane
pi 1 lings an swept overboard,
instead 1 f being removed from
whan 1 s otherwise.
"Oi
Some time ago there used
to he a light on the N. W.
corner of the City Slaughter
House, to make the opening
1 if market Basin, so that no
boats seeking Harbour there
could easily locate it, but we
regret to have tp report llial
tins light has been removed,
or is no longer kept burning,
so that on dark and squall)
nights boats are vvithyWifli-
culty taken into the Mai In 1
Basin. I his light 1- so si 1
viceable, so \ei \ n< cessai y
that we unhe 1t.1i ingl) sug-
gest its n placement, as the
1 garnets fully worth the candle.'
:o:
On Sunday aftei noon lv i >
lights w ere 1 ibs< 11ed lau mug
at the fish maiket, \ 1/: tin
one immediately ovei tin-
door oppositi the sti ps. and.. m
the other at. the N. Westi 111
end of the Fisli Shed. This
was and 111 eisight,01 ni gli cl
on the p it of som< one, and
we call attention to it to re
mind the 1 me \\ hi ise dut y it is
to turn 1 in and 1 II 1 hi se lights.
hat they are For use all night
and not dui ing the day time
If kept binning all dav al
though small.y-'-t the\ will in
crease the current used quar
lerly.
The Board of Health mi
look into this.
:o:
last of p issengerspei MailSl
lie r "Mexico" on Sundav morn
ing.
Misses Julia Bischoff, 1 > ra
Cuthbert, I. dia Gardnci, Anni
L. Johnson, Emma Long Catli
erine McDonald, Theodora Mac a *
Manus, Alice Mai Manns, Isabel
May, < i' raldine Mai key, Sara
Nichols*di, Margan t Ouinni
M .'{.'.oirisbn; (Hivia Uodfiti
Marjorie Smith, Ellen Stewart,
Minnie VV. Smith, Alice Thur
ber, Fredi 11 -1 Venabli s. Eliza
beth B. Dodds, Dorothy Wo d
lb, Marj I.. Mosiei and
Florence I iav< nport; Mesdami -
Mary M Comstock, (irai < M.
I ).< is, Edith S Gardner, Annie
C. Graham, Kat ie T Ki llei,
Alice Mai Manns, Maret Mcln.
tyre, I .ei n ora M 1 kev, Emily T
I cy, Mai ion Vi nables, and
Minnie Woodwoi th; Misti rs
and Mistresses, Milton S. Ad!it,
Albert II. Atterbury, Bernard j
H' rtels, John bland, Edwin 11
Brown, Alfred E Corti s, Walti 1
S. Crittenden, Mlison Dodd,
William A Glasgow, Craig
1 li berton, Frederii k L. J< ni I 1
George W. Johnson, William R.
McCullogh, Zeb Mayhew, lla-
man V. Moss, and Phelpa New-
la rry, Alfn d T, Smith, I. How
aril Sloeum, 1'dnui Whit taker,
! s E Burns, and Harr) W
Mosier; Evelyn Bicknell, Harri
son K. Bird .1 ..ni- B 'Wilier, Mi-


I
Harg Davenport, Raymond
' i trnsau, John W. I lussey, A us
tin R Knapp, William MacWil
liams, Henry K, McHarg.Frank
S Minor, Edward E. Qlaquibcl,
Tin*" I..... .[ Palmer, Elmer J.
Read, Cornelius B. Riordan
James B Stokes, George Taylor,
Walter R. Quinlan, Roberl
Walbi' Ige, Fred \ We ikes,
Fi ink E Won Iworth; M isters
Edward II Miner. James I'
Mackev, Hugo VlacManus, I In
hertM icVfanus, John MacM inus
Inhn W I lusspy Jr
\le-~i Thorn is B Robinson
ill li mm- Shippman,
Miss Viol i Sti ition; Mrs Drue
l'i i iiii-.mii; Messrs Frank P.
M irrell, W iltei <1. \\-s i 1
Oliv< r Strange, CharlesP Ezell,
IrUtui P. Yancy, Archie 1$.
' i iper, Walter McDonald,
G rden B Smith, Ulyses Brown,
(' ip ir B. Wi ight, Julius Jam< s
II ierl \ Paine, William Da
\ I i.! II. Stratton, John \Y
l"h >mps >n, i )b i h in I).i\-i s,
I' ue rhomps n, Clarence A
I i les, Wi .i rii B Page, Rojin
Prince. (124)
I he attention of our
readers is invited to the
Variety Entertainment at
St An Irews Hall at B o'. lock
1 his evening as pi 1 a I k I
m< nt.
I'lp' M n! steamer "Mia 11"
arrived this afternoon from Mi
ami with in tils and p
:>:
The fallowing I j.' 11
li inded to 11- for pull
lion:
Hahamas Pn >gn ssi\ 1 I."a|ue,
Nassau, \. P Baham
qth [anuary '\i'>-
WHEREAS Umighty
lias 111 ||i^ Divine pfl
1 losen to l ike unto Hii
1 he great and esteemed
m Educator, Dr. B J
Washington of Tuskegee
Alii) 1111 a, and
WHLUKAS I),-. Wa hiog-
t1 m's entire life was spent in
uplifting ()ur I Lace, and the
bel lei mi 11I nl the < mditioii
of in inkind t he vvoi Id over,
and ill it he <]ca] af no
other ever has, is vastly be-
yond dispute.
BE IT 1'HE.REFORERE-
SOLVED th ii the Progres-
sive League in special session
a milled, do mourn the
death of this great Negro In
spkator, and World Boncfnc
, fully appreciating the
the human race has sas
tained. In this sad event the
negro's cause has received a
great blow; and FURTHER
BE IT RESOLVED thai this
resolution be recorded in the
in i nutes of th is League, a 1 :oj iy
he sent to the local press fol
publication, and to tlie be
reaved family at Tuske
Alabama, with the sympathy
of the League.
s II. IIVKi'.R IV sdt.
L. W. YOUNG
II. E. S. REEVES Secv.
Washington, 32; The Bri [front. Ninaior ten German n
tish Embassy to.lav issued chines were brought down.
Radiograms
25th January, 191b.
Londi hi 24th.
(i iverm ir, Bahamas.
Offi rial News: Hostile
aeroplanes dropped bombs on
Kentish Easl Coast Sunday
night. I hen- was no naval
or military damage. (Jin
civi ban was killed and six
slightly injured. Sunday m k 111
two hostile seaplanes visited
the same locality but were
driven off.
British headquarters rep n I
mining and artillery activity.
Twenty four French air
planes bombarded thestation
and barracks at Met/, one
of them was lost.
After mining and violent
this stat 'incut based 011 its
despatch from London :
A disguised Belgian Jesuit
Father Menus.:,., lately receiv
Madrid:A new wireli
vice, the invention of Dr. D
jas, a Spanish professor, will I e
tested on February 1st be)
_,i k.. 4.1 o 1 1? ."1 1 a coast station ot Spam ai
edln he Holy Father, haS|Unit,d States# Th#Viceis
given the following account
of bis audience to a Dutch
b imbardment West of Arras-
Lens road the enemy pene |sund"ay't"vo" naval
trated several hundred yards
of first line French trench S
Counter attack-, drove them
out except on 220 yard salent.
The enemy lost heavily.
In t he Caucasus precipitate
r*urkisll retreat in Fi/eroum
region continues Many di i
soners, art illery and ammuni
tion capturt d. Erzeroum forts
have been bombarded.
General Aylmer attacked
Turkish positions six miles
b low Kut el Am 111 On the
22nd. The fighting was fierce
with varying success. Very
heavy casualties on bothsides
Since then bad weal her and
Tigris floods prevent further
troops ni ivements General ? "!''','
,- ,. treated without
I ownseud reports his supplies
are sufficient and there has
II n 111 further lighting.
(Signed)
BONAR LAW.
chaplain in the Belgian armv,
on his returnThe pope told
me to repeat it along the
trenches to the men, to officers
and even to the king himself,
that he considered Belgium
has the right to complete re
punting from Germany and
that he will never consent to
giving his good offices for re-
establishment > d peace unless
Belgium has all her territories
in Europe and Africa rest red
her with plentitude her
Liberty and her internal rights
as they existed before and
this without prejudice to her
claim for an adequate in
demnily to her, fixed after a
minute inquiry and inventory
of all public monuments des
troyed, after building factor
il s and private houses and
restitution for all private
property,
:o:
[inn iry 25th 1916.
Berlin: Tin: Admiralty an
nounces that a German naval
aeroplane late Saturday night
dropped bombs on station, do< ks
and barracks at Dover. On
aeroplanes
I) imbed the aviation sheds at
Hugham, Westof Dover Heavy
fires were observed.
Enemy squadron of aeroplanes
bombarded Met/. Twocivilians
veie killed and eight wounded
One aeroplane was shot clown
and its occupants taken prison
ei s.
Rome: King Nicholas of
Montem
Peter, arrived from Brindisi.
Nicholas \\ ill join his two
daughters at Lyons.
Rome: -It is reported that
Emperor Francis Joseph ha.
acute bronchitis.
London:The Austro Ger
mans occupied Scutari, accord
iugtoa newsagency despatch.
Se> eral thous ind S< rbinns re
offering resis-
tance.
I1 was announced in the house
of commons that in the last four
weeks thirteen British aero
puted to have greatly men
effectiveness.
IJuflalo, N. V. Fifteen work
men were killed and many in
jured by an explosion in the
plant of the Kelker Blower
Company late today.
Fll'aso: Bernardo and Fred
rico Duran, Mexican cattle
thieves, were todaj 1 :ecuted by
a firing squad for the murder of
Bert Alters, an American ranch
man.
Washington:Tne U
States notified (beat Britain
its.injection to the applioat
of the Trading With The Fne
my Act in a manner affecting
American trade.
Washington:- -The supreme
court has upheld the constitu
tionality of the income lax I
- -:o:
January 25th 10 P
Queenstpwn: The All
liner I'oniinci anian bo
Cananda was disabl d
Fastnet and turm d back t<
port. The cause is unkn< 1
Rome:The M mlenegrajj
in danger of being cul
1 planes were lost on the Western
from the Adriatic
trians.
Paris: Military experts'
pect the Germans to make
new drive to the Channel..
Saloniki:45 French a<
plani s bombard d Austrian
and Bulgarian headquai 1
at Monastir causing hi 1
damn
Athens: The .Allies
about to make loan I >
t irei ce.
London: The ptand
()iI tankei Pi trosite and the
Norwegian ship Mons w
taken into Kirk wall by a
I'u itisb warship. The former
had a cargo of oil for 1 > n
mark. The Mons was loaded
with grain.
London: Lloyd Geo
saj s that England is prepai
ing to delivei a terrific blow
against Germany-
Berlin:A railroad train
ni ar Dvinsk was set
by a German aeroplane.


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The
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and
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6cts "
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m
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