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m Public Notice. T UB Public are hereby inform ed that, 0,1 the advice of the Commander in Chief at Jamaica, and as a precautionary measure, the Government lias decided to extinguish the lights at • Island and Egg Island on and from the night of the 5II1 December, 1916, until further notice. The Light at Bast End New Providence will not be ex tinguished but will be screened itli. For a limited period, a patrol boat will be stationed outside Hie bar after dark to warn ap preaching shipping. With regard to HOUSEHOLD LIGHTING, residents in New idence are request to extinguish or effectiv< ly screes all electric and other lights showing ward from North East to North West. No powerful lights ON MO TOR CARS or other vehicles will be' permitted: All lights must be dimmed to the satisfaction of the* commandant who will be pleased to make suggestions as to the manner in Ctl this can best he done. Vessels lying In the harbour may not exhibit riding light 1 lights showing seaward. By Order, W. HART BENNETT Colonial Secretary. 4th December, 1916. NOTICE. — :o: — % The members of the Commission appointed to enquire I report as to the adequacy or otherwise of the salaries of the Subordinate Members 1 the Public Service of the Coldny (including the Norr1 immissioned Officers and a of th' Piilice Force)etc., will be pleased if anyone int( r< sted in the matters referred to them will cither attend before them at one of their sittings, or communicate tb' ii suggestions or ideas to Miss Doris Perpall Secretary of the Commission, or to any member thereof. N'NETH SOLOMON. President. Notice S EALED Tenders will be received from the 1st Dec. to the 28th, addressed to the Chairman of the United Burial Society for the year 1917. No. 1. For cleaning and lighting the Hall: No. 2. Contents to bury 'the dead making coffins, digiging graves, horse, carriage and the hearse. There must I be four distinct specifications, viz., 1st. For a still born and not over 12 m/3s. 2nd. For a 12 nios. and not over 5 yrs. 3rd. For a 5 yrs. and not over 12 vrs. 4th. 'For Adults. Rights are reserved for rejecting the whole or any of tin; Tenders. The Contractor is responsible for Coffins, Graves, Horse, Carriagedriver, Hearse and Messenger's Fee. The Contract is to be performed to the satisfaction of the President. All coffins must be dressed neatly with Breast Plate, Age Handle and ^tubs. Unmarried a white net. Married a black net. A. W. FISHER President. (Signed,! JAMES II. WALLACE Secy, to the United Burial Society. Notice. NOTICE. F ROM and after the 2nd. December, 1916, the Commandant will be pleased to receive the names of any persons between the ages of j 18 and 40 who are desirious of offering their services for the purpose of forming ft Vol unteer defence force. Those offering their services will be required to take and -ubscribe an catb of Allegiance. All information regarding the duties to be perform! d can bo, obtained on application at the Office of the Commandants. By Order YY. HAKT-BENNETT Colonial Secretary. 1st December, 1916. — :o: — W E, the undersigned, beg to inform our customers that 011 and alter the IS) December, the price of milk will be gd. per-quart instead of 8d., 4$d. per pint instead of 4d. and 2id. per half pint instead of 2d., owing to the enormous increase in cattlefeed, etc. The price "I milk should have been raised long ere now, but to save this we have been trying to use our local feeds, but as the Winter is setting in and the latter is getting scares we have to again resort to the foreign material. By this explanation our customers will realize that we have tried to consid1 1 them. It is just possible that there will be a still further increase in the [nice of milk. (Signed) II. O. STURRUP T M. KV >WLES WALTER TWYNAM Hotel Colonial Dairy. IT IS TOO BAD T H A I' the Ward Linesails on the 71b and 21st of this month. This means that anyone who de-ires me to ship HOLIDAY GIFT BOX I IS for Christmas must send in orders by the 6th instant, and if New Year I delivery is pre ferred, by the 21st. MY selected (irape Fruit is always highly appn 1 inted. I put tbein on the doorstep. II. C. CHRISTIE Dec. 1st. W. A. MATHER UNDERTAKER D ESIRES to inform his friends and the Public that he has just received .1 complete outfit of facilities for the business of an under taker, which places him in a position to cany out Funerals that may be entrust! d to tiis 1 are with system and d< patch : and respectfully soli (its their patronage. Get my price first and prove that they arc the very lowest for In si 1 lass work. J. C. Coakley's Flake Tobaceo. This Tobacco madeetfpress ly for J. C. Coakley Long leaf, Fine flavor and aroma. Keeps hard and firm. Made to catCD the trade of those who know what good lobai CO is and have got tired 1 if some of the old brands that have gone bad. Give it a trial and you will njoy smoking like you used to. Prices 6Jd. per flake—3 ( dozen Hakes at 6d. per Hake. Satisfaction guaranteed or money refunded. Jusl a Mat—The. Mlii id Cigars are the best evi r, nd stili at the front and goo(L< to the end. |. C. COAKLEY, 304 Bay • 1917 Announcement "Reo Six 7, ~ 7 pa sen ger Touring £250 "Reo Four" 5 passenger Touring 205 NOTE. In Julv closing the Reo i [QIO I made n spe< ial offer of £"246 on tin R( 0 Six, 7 1 ngei I curing Cai as 1 had done the pre\ |0US year on the Reo Foui, 5 passenger I ouring, but no one ne< d 1 onfuse these sp< cial off whit b are transient, with 1 gular prices. Yours, J. P. SIMMS. Reo Ai:<-n 1 New Bicycle Tyres For Sale We put (hem mi for yon free of charge.* New American Bicycles forrtile. Moderate Prices. BRUCE JOHNSON 42 King Street, Nassau. 1



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Nulllvja rxlilums ivirnre in verbs mejktflafrl Belrtx bound toawe&r 10 the Dojmai of no Master. VOL. XIV NftMnu N.P.. llB.he.mA>. WKDNrSDAY December o 1416 \o. 11 I.. (JILBKRT DUPOOH, Editor .mil 1'rnprirtor. OKKICK: Corner Shirley & Chtvrlotle Sta Namau, V /'., Hahamas TIIONK 900 I', o. nox ic,:t. PUBLISHED DAILY RATES Mr. ii 1. iv, We.lnewlay ami Friday— angle com ... ruesday. an-l Thursday -cJnxle Copy I'l i.l Saturday-single copy %  H Weekly ... M Monthly ... ... .. is. ruarterl* %  •.. RaUYearle... M ''•"Iv Ss PAYARLK IN ADVANCK '; I Ma i line %  i in MI ertion; three pence .or line 'or second insertion %  ., K ] one|>enny |iei line (oi Hibequcnl imei lion i\d*erti taken prisoners and .booty, the authorities that it is no longri lattei including twenty six guns. merelv .uques'ion of the cession .... „ „. . I he German official com municatiop says that in this rt gion a Roumanian fo*ce was outflanked it throw n bra 1; with heaw casualties. of war materials hut a far more serious matter and that reparation must be made corresponding wjktfcthe gravity of the assault qfylhe Allied troops Athens: General Corakas head of the Venizelist recruiting hu reau has been arrested charged with inciting guerilla warfare in Athens and using bis room in Hard fighting still continues from the border of Ruckowina along northern Roumania with both sides claiming the advan tage. Baying all Americans and other foreigners are safe redoubted b\ government agents here. It is reported that sixty Chinese were killed. London:—The resignation of Preniiei Asquith has been offi daily announced New York:—Georges Carpentier Heavy weight Champion of PranCS and Ji ss \\ illard have virtu. dlv matched for a ten round light in New York within a months. The French military authorities will,grantCarpentier three months furlough. The For Exchange. R I ATI I> property in Mount Vernon, III. and Florida, in x ProviFor propeit> dence. W bat bave you 7 Apply JOHN HENRY Ciiuibri l and Sl Advertise in The Tribune.


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Nulllvja rxlilums ivirnre in verbs mejktflafrl
Belrtx bound toawe&r 10 the Dojmai of no Master.
VOL. XIV
NftMnu N.P.. llB.he.mA>. WKDNrSDAY December o 1416
\o. 11
I.. (JILBKRT DUPOOH,
Editor .mil 1'rnprirtor.
OKKICK:
Corner Shirley & Chtvrlotle Sta
Namau, V /'., Hahamas
tiionk 900 I', o. nox ic,:t.
PUBLISHED DAILY
RATES
Mr.ii 1.iv, We.lnewlay ami Friday
angle com ... ruesday. an-l Thursday -cJnxle Copy I'l
i.l
Saturday-single copy H
Weekly ... M
Monthly ... ... .. is.
ruarterl*........ .. RaUYearle... M

''"Iv .........!Ss
PAYARLK IN ADVANCK
'; I Ma i line
i in mi ertion; three pence .or line
'or second insertion ., K] one|>enny |iei
line (oi Hibequcnl imei lion .
i\d*erti MAILS
Foreign Mails to be despatch
ed per S.S. "F.speranza" will be
made up and closed on Tluirs
day ftomorrow] at 10.30. a.m.
Telegrams
December 5tl 1916,
Paris; The fighting at Athens
diminished at flight and now [Bucharest, although the
the Hotel Majestic as a point
from which to tire upon soldiers
and civilians.
A number of soldiers deposed
that Corakas paid twentyfive
Drachmas a head to induce sol
diers to desert the army and join
the Y< nezilis at Saloniki, eral Corakas will probabb
tried on a charge of abetting
treason
London:"The Prime minis-
ter with a view to the most ef
fective pro ecution of the war
lias dei idad to advise Mis Ma
jestv The King to consent to'lie
reconstruction of the govern
ment." Nothing is known on
\\ Inch to I) ise a precise interpre
tation of the official statement
respecting the reconstruction of
the government. There is no
thing suggesting that Mr. As
quith contemplates abandoning
the Premiership or indeed that
any resignations are impending
and the only important differ
ence in the personal of the min
istry se< ins to be the readmission
of Sir Edward Carson
Roumania siill holds the cen-
tre of interest in the world war.
The encircling movement of the
Teutonic allies continues to
draw closer toward her capital
Ron
On none of the other fronts
has there been any great infan
try activity, the big guns of all
the belligerents still doing the
gi eater portion of the work.
An attack by the Entente for
ii' itiiwesl of Mi nastii on
Saturday was put down with
sanguinary losses according to
in.
The Italians are claiming an
advance of 300 meters over a
front of twotliirdsof a mile on
the Carso sector of tho Austro
Italian front the manoeuvre
which straightened out the It
aliati line.
The French transport Karcak
has been sunk mar Malta bv a
hi 11. h VVar R< lief Fund will
ive fort) thousand dollars
profit from the match.
I -1 he Russian offen
sive of the Roumanian cam*
11 has b the Carpathian frontier extend
ing down the Moldavian border
The Teuton armies to '.he south
arc : theii way toward
'. The Danubi
fighting closei to Duel nr< W
southwest and uth. 1
isand five hundred prisoners
have I e aptun I in th last
two daj
Copenhagen:The R(
stimated the total
losses of the Entente 1
German submarineaccording to during the war t 'be 15,100,
an announcement by the tier 1 men. of which the iv,. 1 lost
man admiralty. The transport is 8,500,000, French 3.700 1
1,300,000 Italians 800,-
has ceased s lysa I lavas dispatch
from that citj The Entente
troops Ii ive been sent back from
Athens to I'iiaaus. The Greek
government has offered six
manians are apart ntly stiffening
their defen ie.
The Teutons have crossed the
river west of Bucharest but both
said to have been loaded with
troops bound for Saloniki
It is semi officially announced
from I'etrograd that the Rus
sian Premier has re.id a procla
mation in the Duma slating
that Russia through agreement
with Great Britain, France and
Italy will hold Constanlin
and the Dardanelles in the
event of an Entente allied vic-
tory.
:o:
December 6fh 1916.
Elpas : Charles Elrrerjdorf,
the American reporttd killed at
Chichauchau City is s ife ; and
is daughter erroneously abduct
ler nations the
Iritish
OOO and the Sllial
remain,lei
London:The Norwegian
imers Bossi and Draupner
have been sunk.
New York:Closing Stocks:
I'etrograd and Bucharest assert ed bv Villa is in Arizona Re-
mountain bagteries to Vice Ad-' that,southwest of the rapit.il the ports from Chichauchau City
Leather ,. 1
Steel 1 -'.5 7 H
Maxwell
First Pfd
K.i iitluin
Ore
Miami
St lb aid
Westinghouse Midvale 1 /

miral Do Fournet, but the En-1 Russians and Roumanians fight
tente ministers have received in ing together have forced the re
OrniCtions from their govern I tirement of the Teutons and
ments to declare to the Greek > taken prisoners and .booty, the
authorities that it is no longri lattei including twenty six guns.
merelv .uques'ion of the cession .... . .
I he German official com
municatiop says that in this rt
gion a Roumanian fo*ce was
outflanked it throw n bra 1; with
heaw casualties.
of war materials hut a far more
serious matter and that repara-
tion must be made correspond-
ing wjktfcthe gravity of the as-
sault qfylhe Allied troops
Athens: General Corakas head
of the Venizelist recruiting hu
reau has been arrested charged
with inciting guerilla warfare in
Athens and using bis room in
Hard fighting still continues
from the border of Ruckowina
along northern Roumania with
both sides claiming the advan
tage.
Baying all Americans and other
foreigners are safe redoubted b\
government agents here. It is re-
ported that sixty Chinese were
killed.
London:The resignation of
Preniiei Asquith has been offi
daily announced ,
New York:Georges Carpen-
tier Heavy weight Champion of
PranCS and Ji ss \\ illard have
virtu.dlv matched for a ten
round light in New York within
a months. The French military
authorities will,grantCarpentier
three months furlough. The
For Exchange.
RI ATI I> property in Mount
Vernon, III. and Florida,
in x
Provi-
For propeit>
dence.
W bat bave you 7
Apply
JOHN HENRY
Ciiuibriland Sl
Advertise in
The Tribune.


m
Public Notice.
TUB Public are hereby inform
ed that, 0,1 the advice of the
Commander in Chief at Jamai-
ca, and as a precautionary mea-
sure, the Government lias de-
cided to extinguish the lights at
Island and Egg Island on
and from the night of the 5II1
December, 1916, until further
notice.
The Light at Bast End New
Providence will not be ex
tinguished but will be screened
itli.
For a limited period, a patrol
boat will be stationed outside
Hie bar after dark to warn ap
preaching shipping.
With regard to HOUSEHOLD
LIGHTING, residents in New
idence are request to ex-
tinguish or effectiv< ly screes all
electric and other lights showing
ward from North East to
North West.
No powerful lights ON MO
TOR CARS or other vehicles
will be' permitted: All lights
must be dimmed to the satisfac-
tion of the* commandant who
will be pleased to make sug-
gestions as to the manner in
Ctl this can best he done.
Vessels lying In the harbour
may not exhibit riding light
1 lights showing seaward.
By Order,
W. HART BENNETT
Colonial Secretary.
4th December, 1916.
NOTICE.
:o:
%
The members of the Com-
mission appointed to enquire
I report as to the adequacy
or otherwise of the salaries
of the Subordinate Members
1 the Public Service of the
Coldny (including the Norr-
1 immissioned Officers and
a of th' Piilice Force)etc.,
will be pleased if anyone in-
t( r< sted in the matters referr-
ed to them will cither attend
before them at one of their
sittings, or communicate
tb' ii suggestions or ideas to
Miss Doris Perpall Secretary
of the Commission, or to any
member thereof.
N'NETH SOLOMON.
President.
Notice
SEALED Tenders will be
received from the 1st Dec.
to the 28th, addressed to the
Chairman of the United Bu-
rial Society for the year 1917.
No. 1. For cleaning and
lighting the Hall:
No. 2. Contents to bury
'the dead making coffins, dig-
iging graves, horse, carriage
, and the hearse. There must
I be four distinct specifications,
viz.,
1st. For a still born and
not over 12 m/3s.
2nd. For a 12 nios. and
not over 5 yrs.
3rd. For a 5 yrs. and not
over 12 vrs.
4th. 'For Adults.
Rights are reserved for re-
jecting the whole or any of
tin; Tenders.
The Contractor is respon-
sible for Coffins, Graves,
Horse, Carriagedriver, Hearse
and Messenger's Fee.
The Contract is to be per-
formed to the satisfaction of
the President.
All coffins must be dressed
neatly with Breast Plate, Age
Handle and ^tubs.
Unmarried a white net.
Married a black net.
A. W. FISHER
President.
(Signed,!
JAMES II. WALLACE
Secy, to the United Burial
Society.
Notice.
NOTICE.
FROM and after the 2nd.
December, 1916, the
Commandant will be pleased
to receive the names of any
persons between the ages of
j 18 and 40 who are desirious
of offering their services for
the purpose of forming ft Vol
unteer defence force.
Those offering their servi-
ces will be required to take
and -ubscribe an catb of Al-
legiance.
All information regarding
the duties to be perform! d
can bo, obtained on applica-
tion at the Office of the Com-
mandants.
By Order
YY. HAkT-BENNETT
Colonial Secretary.
1st December, 1916.
:o:
WE, the undersigned, beg
to inform our custom-
ers that 011 and alter the IS)
December, the price of milk
will be gd. per-quart instead
of 8d., 4$d. per pint instead
of 4d. and 2id. per half pint
instead of 2d., owing to the
enormous increase in cattle-
feed, etc. The price "I milk
should have been raised long
ere now, but to save this we
have been trying to use our
local feeds, but as the Winter
is setting in and the latter is
getting scares we have to
again resort to the foreign
material. By this explanation
our customers will realize
that we have tried to consid-
1 1 them. It is just possible
that there will be a still fur-
ther increase in the [nice of
milk.
(Signed)
II. O. STURRUP
T M. KV >WLES
WALTER TWYNAM
Hotel Colonial Dairy.
IT IS TOO BAD
TH a I' the Ward Linesails
on the 71b and 21st of
this month. This means that
anyone who de-ires me to ship
HOLIDAY GIFT BOX I IS
for Christmas must send in
orders by the 6th instant, and
if New Year I delivery is pre
ferred, by the 21st.
My selected (irape Fruit is
always highly appn 1 inted.
I put tbein on the doorstep.
II. C. CHRISTIE
Dec. 1st.
W. A. MATHER
UNDERTAKER
DESIRES to inform his
friends and the Public
that he has just received .1
complete outfit of facilities
for the business of an under
taker, which places him in a
position to cany out Funerals
that may be entrust! d to tiis
1 are with system and d< -
patch : and respectfully soli
(its their patronage. Get my
price first and prove that
they arc the very lowest for
In si 1 lass work.
J. C. Coakley's
Flake Tobaceo.
This Tobacco madeetfpress
ly for J. C. Coakley
Long leaf, Fine flavor and
aroma. Keeps hard and firm.
Made to catCD the trade of
those who know what good
lobai CO is and have got tired
1 if some of the old brands that
have gone bad.
Give it a trial and you will
. njoy smoking like you used
to.
Prices 6Jd. per flake3 (
dozen Hakes at 6d. per Hake.
Satisfaction guaranteed or
money refunded.
Jusl a MatThe. Mlii "
id Cigars are the best evi r,
! nd stili at the front and goo(L<
to the end.
|. C. COAKLEY,
304 Bay
1917
Announcement
"Reo Six7,~
7 pa sen ger Touring 250
"Reo Four"
5 passenger Touring 205
NOTE.
In Julv closing the Reo
i [qio I made n spe< ial
offer of "246 on tin R( 0 Six,
7 1 ngei I curing Cai as 1
had done the pre\ |0US year
on the Reo Foui, 5 passenger
I ouring, but no one ne< d
1 onfuse these sp< cial off
whit b are transient, with
1 gular prices.
Yours,
J. P. SIMMS.
Reo Ai:<-n 1
New Bicycle Tyres
For Sale
We put (hem mi for yon free
of charge.*
New American
Bicycles forrtile.
Moderate Prices.
BRUCE JOHNSON
42 King Street, Nassau.
1


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