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1 Ti B rlin:— The Cathedral at! iport was destroyed by >.' %  rman artillery because ofi observation posts. Paris:—Last night there vv is continuous artillery ac tivity in the vicinity of Nieu I Belgium, the results favouring the French. The (i rmans at one point pene trat< d French trenches but driven out. The City of Nancy was again bombard : i i v (if rman long rai is and aeroplanes. Two persi ins were wounded and there was minor property lage. London:—Two hostile aero • p les dropped b imbs on Dunkirk. The military service bill. 1 its third reading one to the house of L i > Turks and fifty offi captun d by Russians in i lie recent battle in neigh 1 of Erzeroum. • ; h Januarv, 1916. Al M mastir andGievw ire bombardi d by i aero] ilanes. A hunms were killed in Red Cross Fete Bahamian Red Cross Guild A FETE under the Pa rronage of Mis Excel len -v the tii >\ 1 1 inii will be I held in Govi rnment House ; Grounds on T h u r sd a j the 17th F( bruary in aid of funds for the ilritish R Cross. CoNS. VN< I A11 \I:I Pi • FOP Sale 6 Horse Power Caille Perfection. Condition Guaranteed. Apply 364 Bay St. Colonial Bathing Beach Lost ier _plafif i'p v i lin: -The British relief I ig lo Kut el was repul %  I neat iria on January 2 1 s t, I British left 3.000 dead on tl Liverpool:—It is reported the Dominion liner N01 I m ha b en sunk. I Ion: -The British govI'll 1 in nt has ordered an in|v -ti MI ion of the sinking of [1 Persia. It is reported unially that Tui k< y has as iuoied responsibility for the jubm irine ai 1 i n. V ount Bryce asks the United States for the relief 'or theArmenians driven by thcT'irks to thedesei ts of -y [ia, Mi ?op tamia. I Washington: -Germany has lenta new proposal in the Lusitaui 1 case. Details are lot vet published. O N Thursday afti 11 I el w< 1 n (11 Si n el and the E Taraih "Mizpcth" bro< >ch. Ri asonable Rewai d on delivery at TRIBUNE OFFICE A For Sent SIX room ccttage w ilh bath attai In d. near Pri son and Fort I" Api.lv JOS LAING, blue Hill St. For Sale An English Bicycle AND Horse and Buggy Moth in pair and of the I For further particul Apply at 'TR1BUNI 1 1 T ill C lonial Bathing Beach (Saratoga) opened for the non Dec. i|th. General admission to grounds including fruit, lunch and bathing, one shilling or twenty will be sold at the Park including the al) ferry both ways for two shillings or fifty cents. D ats \ ill leave at intervals commencing at in a.m. during the b ithing hours. A definite schedule will be announ :• ed lati r Phone ?14. East Bay St. Chas. E. Bethell Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Ales Wines Spirit FOR SAL E Reo Motor Car, Term s: £50 down ALSO A Good Row Boat £7. J P. SIMMS % %  KTiTTT -DRINK* Welch's Grape Juice. PRICES Quarts, 2s. 3d. %  a>: Pints, Is. 4d., 15s. |" 1 doz. I .1 Pint-, 9d. 8s. 6d. pei d >/.. J Pints, 5d. 4s. 6d. >er ut


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NulliUB n.dilic lu lurare lr\ vnlin m&Hlstri Htmi 1 bound lo swervr to the Dngm.ji of no Master. VOL. XIII. Naimu, N. P.. Bithnmna. WKDNKSPAY, January 2b, 1916. No. 53 I. QILBKRT DUPUCH, Uttr iimf /'> %  | 0ITKK Corner Shirley *. Charlotte SIB I I ..'. /', htth.i 'PHONE MO. P. 0. BOX 108. PUBLISHED liAll.v RATES \l< in >,l I uetday, and I hut lay n %  pj i i' I Mo .tl.lv ... • !-. • 4*. 'ill lalf Yearli V-."li Is. I'AYAHLK IN ,\n\ Wt'l A I • • \ imo Bl line ] | i i line lot — %  11>%  i tet t i i : 11 i Ml i-.'inri.ts umlfl i MAILS I ORI [GN |" i "Miami" foi Miami \\ ill be closed i >11 Fi i [day 28th. al i a.m. Per "Mexico" for NVu [York, Friday 281I1 at 10.30 [a.m. IINI : : AR. Fi iday |3 p.m. -:o: — RED CROSS FETE MIC 1 it 'ii with the Ri d (/,lSS l<>i •• to be held in (iov,.,.,......! I fou ie (irounds '! hui I ly 17th Febru rj we 11 : 1 B.ady AII-H.|\ .-.• 1 -1 !( e 1 I 1 ild be very plea >ed to ivecontrib mil, pn 1 rvi i, \ egetiiblt -, rs, pi ints & :. ;,i • 1 inn'Mt House and that ii |rould b ii convenient e tho e d sirous of contribu would lei her know >out a week beforehand dial I hey prop ise to '-end in rder ili.it the stall-sp 1 1 ay be nrran ( .1 a< cording The Variety Entertainment given List night at St. Andrew-Hall under the patronage of Lady Allardyce and the Red Cross Guild, rend' 1ed ;i lengthy programme which made a pleasant even ing for those v> hu attended, n il by any means so mam as might have been 1 x Much credit is due soi tie.performers, the pianoforte duel by Miss Una and Mr. Waltei Weii was particular ly good; tlie little role Cindt n lla, by a young lad) whose name we have not dis covered, indicated latent dramat ic talent; the fairii s in Cinder* lla were vei) and deservi d better tn al nl bj the I )rchestra; thi Son-,' "Jn the Shadows" a pleasinglittle bitof singing; and the performance of the Imperial On hi stra was \ good. Lady Allardyce and M N rdj e and several ladii of the Red Cross (iuild wi re present, also 0. S. Consul >'_' ty, and the Hon. (i. II. (i imblin, the latter m iking some appropriate and < mi ndatory remarks at the Mrs. David Patton w h 1 we Understand was the man is lo be (ongratulated on 1 ssful 1 ffort. Passen ;< 1pi 1 Mail Sti atiler "Miami" \ 1 sterday. M ss Agnes Ralston; M dames S. \. M Canna, M. \. Kruger, R R iss, ahdL.Shaw ; Misters and Mistresses W. R, Lindsej, Ri v. I". II. Hmvt It, I v Coon, Capt. Ii. J. Mitchell, K. O Pigford, M. II nrn, I! I %  '. l.i iter, c! (i Kenyon, W. Bl nm : 1; M rs .\ T \l %  ( 'anna. (.'. I ) McCanna, F. T. M< irton, C. .1. Paine, John Drohan, C. C. Saundi rs, and August Schran Master Henry II. Mitchell. D 11; Mi sdames Ella Griffin and Laura I he Bi itish Si 1 "E. M. / ." E. Ritch.masti r, a r ri ved this morn in g from Kingston, Jamaica with a rum and catand nine p isst ngt rs, the v ol the Schr. "1 .ady Sli which it will be remembi red p inied by the "E. M. £ellars")took a p< >r1 ion of tht 2nd Bahamas Contingi nl I I maica in X u last. THRSJOUNO MEN FROM BAHAMA "lH£S OPEN GARAGE AND SALE they open for tin Case. I heir lonstrator, tl e firsl i "40V in FI : ida. i~. expected to arrive hi 1 e within a Wl '. and I first shipment of cars u ill fol soon afl '. merit an P :o:— The Poli< e Band Ci %  • will be 1 a I''1 idaj night this wei Radiograms January 26th rQl6. London 25th. nor, Bahamas. 1 >h*ii ial Ni v\ s: Headq in France report s ful bombardmi nl ol treni in s near Armi ij () |" ning up a : |i automobile agi n \ m 'l,n Ihree j >ung mi n from sau Bahama I, stai h d in buSHI' ss 1, ,(|; J Ur)c | 1 I |,,. ,, thi 'I mp Uitomo Sahs omp; n\ i In • the Ca '•. and their agencv and automobile repair busin will be ci ndu I well as sali s room maintained, is \< > %  cated at 3 s \\ ,,,,, street, midway I' ranklin and Floi ida avi run s l*he 11n%  B, K. I hompson, E. J. II. McP n rid I! il. Mc Pherson, about six wei l.s ago and cided upon Tampa as hc.id quarters for (hi Ca e in this stale. I In y are 1 xpei iulo mobile and e men, hav re| %  11 ted Bui< I n tin Bahama Islands for >eai to hold the n< J for that I' iritorv well as the in w field which \ British patrol atta Stn ngly he'd 1 many tff rich retiring \\ ithout 1 asi Ity. my attempti d lo Ii of Yser but Frem Ii artilli previ nled enemy trend Small enem Iti pting to id at 11< 1pulsed. In the C the I 1 mi continui s. Kurd %  %  lac have be n d X Lake Van. In mia Fi 1 ncl planesbombardi d Ihecantonmi nis al M n and Gn gheli. < A G a aplane \\ di iven off from Dover yestei day by a Bi itisli 51 a plane. A German s iplai fi ireed into I Ire si a by a lii itisli ma i hine near Nicup H I today. S gned 1 \R LAW.


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Publication Date: Wednesday, January 26, 1916
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NulliUB n.dilic lu lurare lr\ vnlin m&Hlstri
Htmi1 bound lo swervr to the Dngm.ji of no Master.
VOL. XIII.
Naimu, N. P.. Bithnmna. WKDNKSPAY, January 2b, 1916.
No. 53
I. QILBKRT DUPUCH,
Uttr iimf /'> |
0ITKK
Corner Shirley *. Charlotte Sib
I I ..'. /', htth.i
'PHONE MO. P. 0. BOX 108.
PUBLISHED liAll.v
RATES
\l< in
>,l
I uetday, and I hut lay n pj i
i' I
......
Mo .tl.lv ... !-.
4*. 'ill
lalf Yearli
V-."li Is.
I'AYAHLK IN ,\n\ Wt'l
A I \ imo
Bl line
] | i i
line lot 11>- i tet t i i : 11
i Ml i-.'inri.ts umlfl i
MAILS
I ori [gn |" i "Miami" foi
Miami \\ ill be closed i >11 Fi i
[day 28th. al i a.m.
Per "Mexico" for NVu
[York, Friday 281I1 at 10.30
[a.m.
IIni : : ar. Fi iday
|3 p.m.
- -:o:
RED CROSS FETE
mic 1 it 'ii with the Ri d
(/,- lSS l<>i to be held in (iov-
,.,.,......! I fou ie (irounds
'! hui I ly 17th Febru rj
we 11 : 1
B.ady AII-h.|\ .-. 1 -1 !(e 1
I 1 ild be very plea >ed to
ivecontrib
mil, pn 1 rvi i, \ egetiiblt -,
rs, pi ints & :. ;,i ,
1 inn'Mt House and that ii
|rould b ii convenient e
tho e d sirous of contribu
! would lei her know
>out a week beforehand
dial I hey prop ise to '-end in
rder ili.it the stall-sp 1 1
ay be nrran ( .1 a< cording
The Variety Entertainment
given List night at St. An-
drew-- Hall under the patron-
age of Lady Allardyce and
the Red Cross Guild, rend' 1-
ed ;i lengthy programme
which made a pleasant even
ing for those v> hu attended,
n il by any means so mam
as might have been 1 x
Much credit is due soi
tie.- performers, the pianoforte
duel by Miss Una and Mr.
Waltei Weii was particular
ly good; tlie little role Cin-
dt n lla, by a young lad)
whose name we have not dis
covered, indicated latent dra-
mat ic talent; the fairii s in
Cinder* lla were vei)
and deservi d better tn al
nl bj the I )rchestra; thi
Son-,' "Jn the Shadows" .
a pleasinglittle bitof singing;
and the performance of the
Imperial On hi stra was \
good.
Lady Allardyce and M
N' rdj e and several ladii
of the Red Cross (iuild wi re
present, also 0. S. Consul
>'_' ty, and the Hon. (i. II.
(i imblin, the latter m iking
some appropriate and <
mi ndatory remarks at the
Mrs. David Patton w h 1 we
Understand was the man
is lo be (ongratulated on
1 ssful 1 ffort.
Passen ;< 1- pi 1 Mail Sti a-
tiler "Miami" \ 1 sterday.
M ss Agnes Ralston; M
dames S. \. M Canna, M. \.
Kruger, R R iss, ahdL.Shaw ;
Misters and Mistresses W. R,
Lindsej, Ri v. I". II. Hmvt It,
I v Coon, Capt. Ii. J. Mitch-
ell, K. O Pigford, M. II
nrn, I! I'. l.i iter, c!
(i Kenyon, W. Bl nm : 1;
M rs .\ T \l ( 'anna. (.'. I )
McCanna, F. T. M< irton, C.
.1. Paine, John Drohan, C. C.
Saundi rs, and August Schran
Master Henry II. Mitchell.
D 11; Mi sdames
Ella Griffin and Laura
I he Bi itish Si 1 "E.
M. / ." E. Ritch.masti r,
a r ri ved this morn in g from
Kingston, Jamaica with a
. rum and cat-
and nine p isst ngt rs, the
v ol the Schr. "1 .ady Sli
which it will be remembi red
.....p inied by the "E. M.
ellars")took a p< >r1 ion of tht
2nd Bahamas Contingi nl I
I maica in X u last.
THRSJOUNO men from
BAHAMA "lHS OPEN GA-
RAGE AND
SALE
they open for tin Case. I heir
lonstrator, tl e firsl
i "40V in FI : ida.
i~. expected to arrive hi 1 e
within a Wl '. and I
first shipment of cars u ill fol
soon afl
'. merit an P
:o:
The Poli< e Band Ci
will be 1 a I''1 idaj night
this wei
Radiograms
January 26th rQl6.
London 25th.
nor, Bahamas.
1 >h*ii ial Ni v\ s: Headq
in France report s
ful bombardmi nl ol
treni in s near Armi ij
()|" ning up a : |i auto-
mobile agi n \ m 'l,n
Ihree j >ung mi n from '
sau Bahama I, stai h d in bu-
SHI' ss 1, ,(|; J Ur)c| 1 I |,,. ,,
thi 'I mp Uitomo
Sahs omp; n\ i In
the Ca '. and their agencv
and -
automobile repair busin
will be ci ndu I well as
sali s room maintained, is \< >
cated at 3 s \\ ,,,,,
street, midway
I' ranklin and Floi ida avi run s
l*he 11n- B, K. I hompson,
E. J. II. McP n rid I! il.
Mc Pherson,
about six wei l.s ago and
cided upon Tampa as hc.id
quarters for (hi Ca e in this
stale.
I In y are 1 xpei iulo
mobile and e men, hav
re| 11 ted Bui< I n tin
Bahama Islands for
>eai to hold the
n< J for that I' iritorv
well as the in w field which
\ British patrol atta
Stn ngly he'd 1 many tff rich
retiring \\ ithout 1 asi Ity.
my attempti d lo
Ii of Yser but
Frem Ii artilli previ nled
enemy trend
Small enem Iti pt-
ing to id at 11< 1-
pulsed.
In the C the I 1 mi
continui s. Kurd ! lac
have be n d X
Lake Van.
In mia Fi 1 ncl
planesbombardi d Ihecanton-
mi nis al M n and Gn
gheli. <
A G a aplane \\
di iven off from Dover yestei
day by a Bi itisli 51 a plane. A
German s iplai fi ireed
into I Ire si a by a lii itisli ma
i hine near Nicup h i today.
S gned
1 \R LAW.


1
Ti
B rlin: The Cathedral at!
iport was destroyed by
>.'. rman artillery because ofi
observation posts.
Paris:Last night there
vv is continuous artillery ac
tivity in the vicinity of Nieu
I Belgium, the results
favouring the French. The
(i rmans at one point pene
trat< d French trenches but
driven out. The City
of Nancy was again bombard :
i i v (if rman long rai
is and aeroplanes. Two
persi ins were wounded and
there was minor property
lage.
London:Two hostile aero
p les dropped b imbs on
Dunkirk.
The military service bill.
1 its third reading
one to the house of
L
i > Turks and fifty offi
captun d by Russians
in i lie recent battle in neigh
1 of Erzeroum.

; h Januarv, 1916.
Al M mastir andGiev-
w ire bombardi d by
i aero] ilanes. A hun-
ms were killed in
Red Cross Fete
Bahamian Red Cross Guild
A FETE under the Pa
rronage of Mis Excel
len -v the tii >\ 1 1 inii will be I
held in Govi rnment House;
Grounds on T h u r sd a j
the 17th F( bruary in aid of
funds for the ilritish R
Cross.
CoNS. VN< I A11 \i:i .
Pi
Fop Sale
6 Horse Power
Caille Perfection.
Condition Guaranteed.
Apply 364 Bay St.
Colonial Bathing Beach
Lost
ier
_plafif
i'pvi lin: -The British relief
I ig lo Kut el
was repul I neat
iria on January 21st,
I British left 3.000 dead
on tl
Liverpool:It is reported
the Dominion liner N01
I m ha b en sunk.
I Ion: -The British gov-
I'll 1 in nt has ordered an in-
|v -ti mi ion of the sinking of
[1 Persia. It is reported un-
ially that Tui k< y has as
iuoied responsibility for the
jubm irine ai 1 i n.
V ount Bryce asks the
United States for the relief
'or the- Armenians driven by
thcT'irks to thedesei ts of -y
[ia, Mi ?op tamia.
I Washington: -Germany has
lenta new proposal in the
Lusitaui 1 case. Details are
lot vet published.
ON Thursday afti 11
I el w< 1 n (11 Si n el
and the E Taraih
"Mizpcth" bro< >ch.
Ri asonable Rewai d on
delivery at
" TRIBUNE OFFICE
A
For Sent
SIX room ccttage w ilh
bath attai In d. near Pri
son and Fort I"
Api.lv JOS LAING, .
blue Hill St.
For Sale
An English Bicycle
AND
Horse and Buggy
Moth in pair and of the
I
For further particul
Apply at 'TR1BUNI 1 1
Till C lonial Bathing Beach (Saratoga) opened for the
non Dec. i|th. General admission to grounds in-
cluding fruit, lunch and bathing, one shilling or twenty
will be sold at the Park including
the al) ferry both ways for two shillings or
fifty cents. D ats \ ill leave at intervals commencing at in a.m.
during the b ithing hours. A definite schedule will be announ :
ed lati r
Phone ?14.
East Bay St.
Chas. E. Bethell
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
Ales
Wines
Spirit
FOR SAL E
Reo Motor Car,
Term s: 50 down
ALSO
A Good Row Boat
7.
J P. SIMMS
KTiTTT
-DRINK*
Welch's Grape Juice.
PRICES
Quarts, 2s. 3d. a>:
Pints, Is. 4d.,
15s. |" 1 doz. I
.1 Pint-, 9d.
8s. 6d. pei d >/..
J Pints, 5d.
4s. 6d.
>er ut T BLACK S 222 Bay St.
and The Nassau Candy Kitchen,
Opp. Hotel Colonial.


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