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New York:-Stock ClosingSteel II3 54* 68 £ '44 I ob 68. Westing Car Fury Union Heading Penna Via Jamaica. Lo.idon:—On Monday we carried out successful operations south of Ypres and on Tuesday I we bombarded enemys support j lines behind his front. We also brought down three enemy aero planes. The Daily Express claims to nave reliable information that very serious riots took place in Hamburg on December 8th and 9th. It is estimated that 20.000 people participated in the riot ing and that 1,000 were killed or wounded. A despatch from Amsterdam says that the Austrian cabinet has resigned. MiamiEXCU RSIO N-KeyMfcst Motor Vessel "PANAMA" Sails from Nassau to Key West DECEMBER 21st Stopping on way to MIAMI Round Trip: Nassau-Miami $12. Nassau-Key West 16, Tickets for return good only for 10 days. Nassau, N.P., Dec. 12, 1916. All Particulars, OFFICE "FRANCES E." East Bav Street. Announcement Before Buying Your CHRISTMAS CARDS SEE OUR SAMPLES AND PRICES Have them printed to your own design. Call at Tribune Office, for further particulars. No orders taken after Wednesday next, the 21st. See us early and avoid the rush. Mr. Oscar E. Johnson TAILOR and CLOTHIER WANTED AHUTCIIKR-One whoun dcrstand Ins business Apply Tribune Office." QEGS to inform bis many Customers that he has just returned lJ from New York where lie became a graduate 01 the Mitchell 'College of AmerkuSi. was awarded a DIPLOMA of efficiency in the several branches of Tailoring. Modern Technique and Cutting being his specialty. This testimonial from such a high quartet will serve as a Guarantee to confirm the confidence of his clientele in his skill and in his well known three P's viz : Price, Push, Punctuality. Patronage Solicited. OSCAR E. JOHNSON, No. 9, Market St. (and No. 10 George St.) irfj? "The Clothes of a Perfect Day" ftg f or Exchange. Ladies Silk Waists Ladies Silk Sweaters Ladies Overcoats Above is a Job Lot Selling Cheap WM. HILTON, [40 BAY ST, Phone 201. R ENTED property in MourU Vernon, IW. and Florida, for property in New Providence. .' m Whatluive you i^^ Apply JOHN HKNRY Cumberland St •



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Nvilllua B.ddlctua |urnro In veiba. mtvuntrl Bel OK bound lo iwe&r to ihe Dogma,* of no Master, VOL. XIV NuN.P.. Bahaiiifti. FRIDAY December 15 1916 No 19 L. OILBKRT DUJTCH, Editor and Proprietor. Or'KICK: Corner Shirley & Chnrlotte Sli Namau, .V, I'., Bahama* I'HONK W. P. 0. BOX 168. PUBLISHED DAILY RATES Monday, Wednesday ami Friday— single copy ... j.l Tuesday, and Thursday— single copy Id Saturday-single copy ... I Id Weekly ] Monthly i s. 6.1 yarteily u f.d HalfYearly ,,,. 'early 1 8s. I'AYAHI.I-: IN ADVANCK Idvertiiing Ratea:— Sis penea per lint for fiisl iniertioa; three |.ence |>er line for sennid inseitioii ; aii.i noepanny per line lor siibsquent Insertio .-. Advertisements under eiiilit line4s. The s s "Mexico" sailed from New York yesterday afternoon with 61 passenger* and 93 pack *ges. Telegrams December 14th, 1 g 1 f>" Berlin, latli: I he text ol the note addressed hy Germany and her allies t.. the hostile govern m nts is as follows: I lie most terrific war ever ex perienced in fiisjory has been tag mg for the lal Iwo years and a h.ilf over a large put ol the wry l,|; a cast; strophe which thousands of yenis ol common civilization was powerless to pievent and which injures the most precious achievements of humanity. Our aims are OOt to sli.itter OU' adversaries iii spite of our consciousness of our military and economic strength, and our readiness to con %  M e 'llfa^ y w hich has been fir ced upon untill the bitter end. If necessary ut the same lime prompt ed by t liens'r'to avoid further bloodshedjjfl make an end to the atrocities^ war the lour allied power propose to enter forthwith into, peace negotiations. The pre .positons which they bring Yorward for such negotiations and which have for their object a guarantee of tlie existence of the honour and liberty of these nations are, accord to their fum belief an appropriate basis for the establishment of a lasting peace. The four allied powers have been obliged to take up arms to delend justice arid liberty of national evolution. The glorious deeds of our armies have in no way altered their purpose. We always maintain ed th" firm belief that our rights and justified claims in no way con Irol the rights of these nations. The spiritual and material progress which were the piide of Emope at the beginning of the twentieth cen turv are threatened with ruin. Ger many and her allies, Austria Hun gary, Bulgaria and Turkey give proof of their unconquerable strength in this struggle. They gained gigantic advantages over td versa lies super ioi in number and in war material. Our lines aland unshaken against over repeated at tempts made by enemy aimies. The last advance in the Balkans has been rapidly and victoriously oveicome. The most recent events have demonstrati d that further con tinu.nice of the war will not result m breaking the resistance of our foicts and ihe whole situation with regard to our troops justifies our expect..uon of further successes. If in spite of this oiler of peace and reconciliation the struggle I should go on the four allied powers are resolved to continue to a i icI toriouf end but they disclaim responsibility for tins before human ity and history. I The imperial government through the good offices of your excellency ask thi' government of (Here is inserted the name of the neutral power addressed) in each instance to bring this communication to the knowledge of the government of (Here are inserted the names of the belligerents)." After reading the note the chanrcllor said: Gentleman—In August, 1914, our enemies challenged the su periority of power. In the world war today we raise the question of peace, which is a question of humanity. We await the answer of our enemie>. with the soreness of mind which is guaranteed to us by our exterior and interier strength and by our clear conscience. If our enemies decline to end the war. if they wish to take upon themselves the worlds heavy burden of all these terrors which hereafter will follow, them even in the least and smallest homes every German heart will burn in sacred wrath against our enemies which are unwilling to stop human slaughter in order that .their plans of conquest and annihila turn may continue. In a fateful bottl we took a fateful decision. Il has been sat urated with the blood of hundreds of thousands of our sons and brothers who gave their lives for the safety of their home. Human will and human understanding are unable to reach to the extreme and last questions in thisstruggle of nations which has unveiled all the terrors of earthly life but also the giandeur of human courage and hu man will in ways never seen be fore. God will be the judge. We can proceed upon our way with out fear and unshamed. We are read) for fighting and we are ready for peace." The chancellors speech was listened to by thronged galleries. Ihe royal box was crowded and all the ambassadors and ministers of foreign governments were in the diplomatic boxes. Washington: —Germany's pro potal for peace is regarded here as having broken the chains which for months have restrain ed the United States as well as other neutral nations from mak ing offers of mediation. There are indications that when the United States acting as interme diary in transmitting Germany's proposal may accompany its ac lion by some steps, necessarily delicate, to throw the influence of this country into the balance for at least a consideration how ever preliminary of the terms on which a lasting peace might be brought to the world. December 15th, 1916. Via Key West. Eureka, California:— Submarine 53 went aground in a fog early today oil a shoal iii Humbeldt Bay. Waves later drove her 150 feet up the beach. It is hoped that the receding tide will leave her high and diy. Lieutenant Beguesch who is in command took a prominent part in the salvaging of the submarine !•'. 4, lost in Honolulu. Washington:—Germai' 1 ply to the Americar note of pro test against the deportation of Belgians is undetstood to contend that the United States I not been accurately informed of the purposes of the deportations which are said to be on the ground of serial necessity. London:—The Roumanian evacuation of Southern Wall.ichia is virtually complete. Grt Wallachin south of Bucharest Tehernaveda railway has bet .1 cleared of hostile forces. London:—The House of Com mons passed a vote of credit of four hundred million p< unds sterling making a war total of three billion five hundred and thirty two million pounds. A suppleint ntaty estimate pro vides for additional one million men during the present financial year. The original estimate was four million men. London:—The French bark Emma Laurens has been sunk, crew saved. Norwegian steam r Ejer has been torpedoed, crew landed. The British steamer Hurlington struck a mi sunk. Nine lives weir k ll remainder of the crew were picked up. Paris: Toal prohibition of alcoholic beverages has been de ctded pn by the French government.


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Nvilllua B.ddlctua |urnro In veiba. mtvuntrl
Bel ok bound lo iwe&r to ihe Dogma,* of no Master,
VOL. XIV
NuN.P.. Bahaiiifti. FRIDAY December 15 1916
No 19
L. OILBKRT DUJTCH,
Editor and Proprietor.
Or'KICK:
Corner Shirley & Chnrlotte Sli
Namau, .V, I'., Bahama*
I'HONK W. P. 0. BOX 168.
PUBLISHED DAILY
RATES
Monday, Wednesday ami Friday
single copy ..... ... j.l
Tuesday, and Thursdaysingle copy Id
Saturday-single copy ... I Id
Weekly ............ ]
Monthly ...........is. 6.1
yarteily..........u. f.d
HalfYearly........ ,,,.
'early ............18s.
I'AYAHI.I-: IN ADVANCK
Idvertiiing Ratea: Sis penea per lint
for fiisl iniertioa; three |.ence |>er line
for sennid inseitioii ; aii.i noepanny per
line lor siibsquent Insertio .-.
Advertisements under eiiilit line- 4s.
The s s "Mexico" sailed from
New York yesterday afternoon
with 61 passenger* and 93 pack
*ges.
Telegrams
December 14th, 1 g 1 f>"
Berlin, latli: I he text ol the
note addressed hy Germany and
her allies t.. the hostile govern
m nts is as follows:
" I lie most terrific war ever ex
perienced in fiisjory has been tag
mg for the lal Iwo years and a
h.ilf over a large put ol the wry l,|;
a cast; strophe which thousands
of yenis ol common civilization
was powerless to pievent and
which injures the most precious
achievements of humanity. Our
aims are OOt to sli.itter OU' adver-
saries iii spite of our consciousness
of our military and economic
strength, and our readiness to con
'"Me 'llfa^y which has been fir
ced upon untill the bitter end. If
necessary ut the same lime prompt
ed by t liens'r'- to avoid further
bloodshedjjfl make an end to the
atrocities^ war the lour allied
power propose to enter forthwith
into, peace negotiations. The pre
.positons which they bring Yorward
for such negotiations and which
have for their object a guarantee
of tlie existence of the honour and
liberty of these nations are, accord
to their fum belief an appropriate
basis for the establishment of a
lasting peace.
The four allied powers have been
obliged to take up arms to delend
justice arid liberty of national
evolution. The glorious deeds of
our armies have in no way altered
their purpose. We always maintain
ed th" firm belief that our rights
and justified claims in no way con
Irol the rights of these nations.
The spiritual and material progress
which were the piide of Emope at
the beginning of the twentieth cen
turv are threatened with ruin. Ger
many and her allies, Austria Hun
gary, Bulgaria and Turkey give
proof of their unconquerable
strength in this struggle. They
gained gigantic advantages over
td versa lies super ioi in number and
in war material. Our lines aland
unshaken against over repeated at
tempts made by enemy aimies.
The last advance in the Balkans
has been rapidly and victoriously
oveicome. The most recent events
have demonstrati d that further con
tinu.nice of the war will not result
m breaking the resistance of our
foicts and ihe whole situation with
regard to our troops justifies our
expect..uon of further successes.
If in spite of this oiler of peace
and reconciliation the struggle
I should go on the four allied powers
are resolved to continue to a i ic-
I toriouf end but they disclaim res-
ponsibility for tins before human
ity and history.
I The imperial government through
the good offices of your excellency
ask thi' government of (Here is in-
serted the name of the neutral
power addressed) in each instance
to bring this communication to the
knowledge of the government of
(Here are inserted the names of the
belligerents)."
After reading the note the
chanrcllor said:
GentlemanIn August, 1914,
our enemies challenged the su
periority of power. In the world
war today we raise the question
of peace, which is a question of
humanity. We await the answer
of our enemie>. with the soreness
of mind which is guaranteed to
us by our exterior and interier
strength and by our clear con-
science. If our enemies decline
to end the war. if they wish to
take upon themselves the worlds
heavy burden of all these terrors
which hereafter will follow,
them even in the least and
smallest homes every German
heart will burn in sacred wrath
against our enemies which are
unwilling to stop human
slaughter in order that .their
plans of conquest and annihila
turn may continue.
In a fateful bottl we took a
fateful decision. Il has been sat
urated with the blood of hun-
dreds of thousands of our sons
and brothers who gave their
lives for the safety of their home.
Human will and human under-
standing are unable to reach to
the extreme and last questions
in thisstruggle of nations which
has unveiled all the terrors of
earthly life but also the giand-
eur of human courage and hu
man will in ways never seen be
fore.
God will be the judge. We
can proceed upon our way with
out fear and unshamed. We are
read) for fighting and we are
ready for peace."
The chancellors speech was
listened to by thronged galleries.
Ihe royal box was crowded
and all the ambassadors and
ministers of foreign govern-
ments were in the diplomatic
boxes.
Washington: Germany's pro
potal for peace is regarded here
as having broken the chains
which for months have restrain
ed the United States as well as
other neutral nations from mak
ing offers of mediation. There
are indications that when the
United States acting as interme
diary in transmitting Germany's
proposal may accompany its ac
lion by some steps, necessarily
delicate, to throw the influence
of this country into the balance
for at least a consideration how
ever preliminary of the terms on
which a lasting peace might be
brought to the world.
December 15th, 1916.
Via Key West.
Eureka, California: Sub-
marine 53 went aground in a
fog early today oil a shoal iii
Humbeldt Bay. Waves later
drove her 150 feet up the beach.
It is hoped that the receding
tide will leave her high and diy.
Lieutenant Beguesch who is in
command took a prominent part
in the salvaging of the sub-
marine !'. 4, lost in Honolulu.
Washington:Germai' 1
ply to the Americar note of pro
test against the deportation of
Belgians is undetstood to con-
tend that the United States I
not been accurately informed
of the purposes of the deporta-
tions which are said to be on
the ground of serial necessity.
London:The Roumanian
evacuation of Southern Wall.i-
chia is virtually complete. Grt
Wallachin south of Bucharest
Tehernaveda railway has bet .1
cleared of hostile forces.
London:The House of Com
mons passed a vote of credit of
four hundred million p< unds
sterling making a war total of
three billion five hundred and
thirty two million pounds.
A suppleint ntaty estimate pro
vides for additional one million
men during the present financial
year. The original estimate was
four million men.
London:The French bark
Emma Laurens has been sunk,
crew saved. Norwegian steam r
Ejer has been torpedoed, crew
landed. The British steamer
Hurlington struck a mi
sunk. Nine lives weir k ll
remainder of the crew were
picked up.
Paris: Toal prohibition of
alcoholic beverages has been de
ctded pn by the French govern-
ment.


New York:-Stock Closing-
Steel II3
54*
68
'44
I ob
68.
Westing
Car Fury
Union
Heading
Penna
Via Jamaica.
Lo.idon:On Monday we
carried out successful operations
south of Ypres and on Tuesday I
we bombarded enemys support j
lines behind his front. We also
brought down three enemy aero
planes.
The Daily Express claims to
nave reliable information that
very serious riots took place in
Hamburg on December 8th and
9th. It is estimated that 20.000
people participated in the riot
ing and that 1,000 were killed
or wounded.
A despatch from Amsterdam
says that the Austrian cabinet
has resigned.
Miami- EXCU RSIO N-KeyMfcst
Motor Vessel "PANAMA"
Sails from Nassau to Key West
DECEMBER 21st
Stopping on way to MIAMI
Round Trip: Nassau-Miami $12.
Nassau-Key West 16,
Tickets for return good only for 10 days.
Nassau, N.P., Dec. 12, 1916.
All Particulars, OFFICE "FRANCES E."
East Bav Street.
Announcement
Before Buying Your
CHRISTMAS
CARDS
See our SAMPLES
and PRICES
Have them printed to your
own design.
Call at
Tribune Office,
for further particulars.
No orders taken
after Wednesday
next, the 21st. See us
early and avoid the rush.
Mr. Oscar E. Johnson
TAILOR and CLOTHIER
WANTED
AHUTCIIKR-One whoun
dcrstand Ins business
Apply
" Tribune Office."
QEGS to inform bis many Customers that he has just returned
lJ from New York where lie became a graduate 01 the Mitchell
'College of AmerkuSi. was awarded a DIPLOMA of efficiency in the
several branches of Tailoring. Modern Technique and Cutting
being his specialty.
This testimonial from such a high quartet will serve as a
Guarantee to confirm the confidence of his clientele in his skill
and in his well known three P's viz :
Price, Push, Punctuality. Patronage Solicited.
OSCAR E. JOHNSON, No. 9, Market St.
(and No. 10 George St.)
irfj? "The Clothes of a Perfect Day" ftg for Exchange.
Ladies Silk Waists
Ladies Silk Sweaters
Ladies Overcoats
Above is a Job Lot Selling Cheap
WM. HILTON, [40 BAY ST, Phone 201.
RENTED property in MourU
Vernon, IW. and Florida,
for property in New Provi-
dence. .' m
Whatluive you i^^
Apply
JOHN HKNRY
Cumberland St


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