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1HF: TRIBUNE, NASSAU, N. P. L. GILBKKT DUPUCH, Editor and Proprietor. omoK Corner Shirley & Charlotte Sis .Nassau, .V. P., Bahamas THONK 2GO. I\ O. BOX MB. PUBLISHED DAILY RATES Monday, Wednesday and Fiid.iy single copy Tuesday, and Thursilay—tingle Copy Saturday —single cony Weekly Monthly ... ... II. Quarterly 4-. HaUYearly a t. Yearly 1 8> H id i|d 5'I 6d M PAYABLK IN ADVANCE Advertising Ratec—Sia pence per line fur first iu#ii. MrPUBLISHED AT 5 P.M. THE 9TH SEPTEMBER 1915, Thursday last, the usually' apathetic heart of Nass seems to have been stirred to the core, from early morning flags began to appear from business places and private residences until by early af '' "< %  %  %  i n city ]MI sen ted a lively appearance ; El 'in C. E Albury's store was a bannei [pood Bye Boys" le harbour also Bahamian aea and a nuni: lung their buntireeze. early afternoon were seen wending ay from all quarters, )\r to our contingent, and in doing so formally hand it over to Mr. W. S. Albury who will have charge of the men until they reach Jamaica. Police Orderly Room, Nassau N. P., Bahamas, 6th September 1915. Private No. i W i 1 I i a m Fletcher Albury, I in ha mas Con t i ngen I. The Recruiting Committee have, with the approval of the Executive Commitle of the War Relief Fund, appointed you to command I Bahamas Contingent until its arrival in Jamaica. 2. ()n arrival in Jamaica you will report to His Excellency the (iovernor. 3. During the voyage you will ee I it the strictest discipline is maintained. 4. You will on no ao ount allow intoxicating liquors t< %  H 15 Excellency W L. AlUrdyce. Esq., C. M. G. Governor, of the Bahamas landers, and Pacific Islanders, and, if need be, to lay down tiit-ir lives along with them fin King, and Country, and Flag, and for each one ol US who I behind in the Bahamas. 1 Vp plause) Do no tluills ol pride and pleasure emotion course iliroue,li us as we think of these lliings? Of course they do; wj should he noil-15riti! Ii were it otherwise. We uic proud of our small contingent, we are satistied with the way they have, during a period 01 only three w ei ks, adapted iheinseh es to military conditiotisand mil itniy disi ipline, and v\ %  Ha\ e e\ ery confidence thai after .1 sufficient period of training ll y will, \ in called upon to do so, maintain the besl traditions of the fighting force* ol His Ma Applause). I pi 1ii.iily cannot help fee I in" 1 the gra\ ityol ihi nal lonal situation, nor the in gent m ed for men, nor what leulonism now standfor, are yet full) realizi d be used by any member of thi locally otherwise funds would Contingent. 1 le foi the despatch of ;. Any insubordination, a much luiger contingent, conduct to the prejudice of Briton's cause and thai of good order and discipline, or her Allies is a leous and any misconduct on the pan a just cause, Teuton militarof a member of the Contiu'sin and 'frightfurhess' have gent, you will make a note of I to be trampled under foot omitting his family, Bahamas Contingent from beginning to end ; he could not do more e\ en il he was a Ml THE BAHAMAS CONTNGENT THE EMBARKATION. At 4 p.m. on Thursday af term ion the men of th • C< >n h (chiefly) the locality tangent fell in with blankets [ The. "Barrack, and across their shoulders and fi Square and bv the! headed by tne Police band I prnbarkation thous-! Paying the Contingents own ^ %  •oplehad gathered Marching bong wind, they water front, on san g' marched down Last r in windows Street, accompanied by a vast >a view of the throng of people who made 1 roofs of housit difficult for them to keep their place-. ; after in The VV. C. B. Johnson Esq., Deputy Speaker: and A. II. Sherwood Smith Esq Private Secretary; preceeded by I ( ioverm U 's piper in Scottish costume playing the battle cry of the Gordons "The Cock of the North" proceeded from the portico of the CourtHouse to the platfoi in: on the Governor taking his place thereon he was received with the and report to the Officei commanding at Jamaica. 6. You will see that mem bers of the Contingent do nol in any way inteifi re with the Master or crew in the wo ing of 1 he ship, and that I M ister's orders are obeyed. 7. Y< iu will lake charge of all stores belonging lo the Contingent, see to thi ir propei isie e icli day, ins| 1 1 the food b fore it is sen 1 d, and and exterminated, and Our Boys are going to assist in the rampling, I tteai I leai 1 and trust thereby l< 1 do their little bit on then III count as well as ours tu assure the freedom of the world and give the 1 ight to the small nations to live. I have no hesitation in saying that (ire itBi itain will not shea! I e the sword until all pi issibilitv of Germany Prussianizing see that the Non-CommissEuropi is dead. (Applause. ioned Officers undei your command detail a s "fficient number of men eacl day to It n •S J sea-wall at be risked what thus moved Nassau ? Well the great war has reached the Bahamas, the call of the nation has come to her, the opportunity has come for her in unison with other p iris of the Empire, to give her sonsfin defense of the right, and VN4aa* brav ilv cross ing Shirley Street the tune was changed to the ever ;>!•• %  sent "It's .1 long way to rip 1 y" whi< h they alsi 1 sang as they marched. On reaching R iws >ti Sq. which was already dens -ly p icked with people, (except the circle which w is n i and iu the centre of which a platform Lad been erected f r has she responded to the call, i l lu gubernatorial patty) they and is sending her sons took U P position opposite a to take her place in the great Police G u a r d of Honour Royal Salute, the Pol ic e take care of and clean the Guard of Honour presenting eating utensils, and also for arms, the band playing the general fatigue duly. National Anthem and the Contingent standing at attention. —o — His Excellency then made the follow ing spei ch: Men of the 1'ihniivi-, Cmtin gent, Ladies and Gentle men: Are we downhearted ? No. Are we downhearted ? No. ^defense of the Empire ; they •be few in number but 'reach the heart of the Ratrv as deeply as many bore would. They have gone and will no doubt do their part to their own personal credit and lo the honour i>( their native land. They are not likely to be forgotten and the d iy of their departure will evei stand out far. and away above all the eventful d i\s of the C 'I ony. V 3 p.m. The Men of the Contingent's leave had expired M\d they repaired t,, the Barracks when' they re mailed until the time for embarkation ai rived. Before concluding tins Fee ble attempt to record this fcGolden Letter Day of the >iomy we must in justice It ice the very great interest uifested bv His Excellency w iv should we be I luring the Punjab expedition in 1897 our tro >ps were called upon to storm the heights < if Dargai. One or more regiments failed locross The Committe wish \ ou You may ask, have 1 no spei ial message or advice for our men, no last word for them to take aw ay and think over under different skies: Yes, 1 have. Men of the Bahamas Contingent, mv roes and the Contingent every sage to you is this: success (sd. I. H. C. Crawford, Chairman. (sd.i G. M. C 1e. (s 1 |S. A Dilli t. d.) L. VV. Young, sd.) I). S. I). Mo 1 ley. Reci uiting CommitteeI iday is a Red Letter Day in the History of the Bahamas, and I am proud that it has fallen to my lot to have both the honour and the privilege of standing here to bid "An 1.won" 1 n behalf of the a (111 H'Mlll 011 orn.ill 01 me some--ery exposed ground. iQoveniraent and the ColonThe Gordon Highlanders and the Gourkhas were then ordered to attack, and while doing so Piper Findlater was shot in both ankles. Nothing wincli had previously taken, up the position. The Hoy Scouts were in position at the opening of the circle, and the Eastern Volunteer Band onjdaunted, although severely e opposite side. wounded and in great pain, Soon after the arrival of the h ie crawled to a rock, put his Contingent Mrs. Allardyce, back against it, and blew the Misses Ulardyce and Mrs that inspiriting battle cry of Tudor, The Lord Bishop of the Gordons, "The Cock' of Nassau,Revds. H.W.Weigall the North", thesamethat mv A.. Browneandl Langpiper played as he preceded ton tool; their place's on the pi,it form. At 4.30 His Exi ellency (i vei nor w. L. Ulardy :e Esquii e C. M. G. His Honour I). Tudor Esq. K. C, Chief JusThe Honourable W. Il.ut Bennett C. M. < ',., Colonial Secretary; Honourable me ai ross the square. The sequel you know, the (iordi ins and the Gourkhas together stormed and U> K the heights of Dargai, and Piper Findlater was decorated with the Victoria Cross. Who among us here, on this epoch making day, is bold enough to assert I". C. WellsDurant M. A., K.I that no Victoria Cross inemC., Attorney General; Hon-!bryo lies hidden under the ourable T. V. Matthews I. S. [khaki tunic of one of our own O., Receiver General and Treasurer; Honourables J. P. Sands; G. H.. Gamblin ; iitiraor AAlsudyce, not I and G. H. Johnson D. D. S.; contingent? (Applause) And now before I go further 1 will rriad the instructions Which are being given ists to that small, selfejacrifuing, and heroic few who are about to leave tis in order to proceed tO the front. I am confident that I express aright the feeling which is uppermost in the hearts of all when 1 say, "Well d b oys, we are proud of v ,n." 'Hear. Hear.) It is not vet five weeks si we bad that momentous public meeting in St. Andrews Hall when we dicided to accept the responsibility of Empire in its most practical form and despatch a small contingent to the front We have before us thirty men who are both willing and anxious to represent us in the firing line; who have heard the call of the Motherland in her hour of need and have answered it; who are desirous of taking part in their country's battle; and who look forward with pleasure to being afforded the opportunity to inarch supo." to shoulder with Austral Indians, Canadian, N 'Pear God and Honour the King. Do nothing to disgrace either your uniform or your Flag. 1 On my own account, and on behalf of all presenl here to-day, I say to i ah one of you, 'Fare line well ; God Sp< ed thee.' One word mi re before I sit down to the People of the Bahamas, and mi ue especially to the friends and nlations of those who are about to leave us; I pray you 'Have faith to look with fearless eyes Beyond the tragedy of a % world of sti ifi And trust that oul of night and death shall rise The dawn of ampler life.' After His Kxeellency's speech, No. 1 Private William F. Albury advanced to the platform and received from His Excellency his instructions and all necessary documents which were placed in a despatch box and placed in his hands by the Commandant. After this a beautiful bouquet with hearts and souvenir streamers of bed White and Blue ribbon, one for each man. was presented to Private Albury by Miss Frances Lotinore (in Khaki skii t) with the words "In the name of '••*" **" '•" % %  '" the t I I turn M



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THE TRIBUNE. NASSAU. N. P. <* W h( n the order was given to embark the men had to light their way through the dense excited crowd which pressed upon them to say Goodbye. When the order was given Jo cast off the Motor boat P'Vim" (with the Police band on bo ird) and the M I "Salome' pulled the transport into mid stream, amid a tumultuous shouting and w id kerchiefs! the shore as well as from a flotilla Ira ted sail i motor boats, (tlie Eastern Volunb i B Hid wa • nb tin: "Yum Yum") wine!. vo to the sandl win re she was casl loo amid i I y, iving ol tic handker and timated that n :•• along ill. fri and in bo I 1 frderly Room, : ''11,1 v !n response to his app< al fur & ; i the Conl in %  11 l.uit has tie* lion %  Ige ".ith 'hanks i ipt of the Follow From II. t. Butler,—ia tins J. fi ier .:"" Anth ny Ba er I I. hod %  i :. ,\cigars. I I ;e (). Pyfrom i i i' %  in — i Mrs. Clementina Cooper—i tin cigarette and i tin jam. Howard T. Brice: — i box containng:—4 tins tomatoes, 4 tins milk, 2 tins pork & beans, 2 tins roasted beef, 2 tins salmon, 1 tin jam, 1 tin tea, 1 box (:ig ai:., 1 pkg. matches and 1 hunch bananas lack IJurnside —G tins cigar %  Johnny Knowles—4 tins ci garetl I lolmes an Mi Berta |i times -6 tins 1 igaretti s. I 1 bo 11. Vine Fi llico—1 h >x Miss MaLle I l\. J. Griffin —13 tins ci %  1 box cigars. J. Herbert! Lobb ai d Offi Thi Is on the h 1 ti n I'o our bi irty us to-day, latth [I • t Q | H \ s L \ l '• I hro I he bio dsi ed field of b board the "Varuna" and tnere was no means of knowing from whom they were sent. No. 19 Private I [arold I a rent Bascome was the rer-ipi1 nt of a Silver Cigan tte Case From Messrs. VV. R. P and J II. Peel on behall the staff of the Customs Department. Th< bouquel by Miss Frances Lotti from the Volunf who to thank M Kerr for the making of thi : %  '" %  I • typing the words on the rts and Mr. Moseley for printing the WOK!-, on the pa. Since >< ptemberird on the South front the Russians have taken 400 officers and men. : Thirdly, the United States hat rendered immense services I this country by caring for tin inten sts of British subji i i abroad, and above all. In m Bristol: 11,.rrades Union ing tl e fol of British | ris >ners ( hng din e of 1 easii r. S< m the million won,, en votes ov< 1 rui : .,| i,ihu whelmii insl ions havi iiten tjl X sympathy, expsessd >y went d iwn to ,] in 1 wa d no1 station to meet thi An K lo i s'ideration n bv Great Bib 1 th •ions in | I She would sum up the pn 1 nl answi rwi /ery fine; 1 (,|j i< 1 50 tins I %  &f 1 1 i ' •12 t i na Chas, B, Duncombe _• tins en: I' l --1 1111 1 nan fJuth r -a ti Kobeu Duncombe -2 tins cin Mrs. T. II, C. Lofthouse—l tin 1 tin %  di I smpi • \ nis Mrs. F. A. Garnei tin Can 1 9 jarspn 1 Public Library —a i bundles books and map %  1 tin cigarettes, irettes. 2 tins cigar %  v^./ t|ai '.Bethel—2 tins cigar• ett. II. VV. Stuart Garner~i5 shilling, with which one towel for each pan was bought. Na sau Librarj A quantity of newspa| Mrs W. B. North -6 tins in UPS. Mrs. Artl at B. Sutton and Miss Sylvia Sutton— 6 tins cigarettes. %  • >r Weslevan Church Rev. S T. Hopps, Minister —30 to be d, livered to Contingent after arrival in England. I-. ^ Powell 1 box cigan. V • Ice House 1 box containin ;:—6 tins milk, 6 pkg*. cottage loaf, b tins baked brans, 3 tins i", 1 tins pineapple preserve, 1 tin apples, .; tins fresh h rrings, 1 tin sau and 6 jam m irmalade. Cheapside -l box contain ing:—5 tins salmon, 6 tins her ringl, } tins haddocks, 3 tincocoa, 2 pkgs. tea, 1 bottle malt vinegar, 1 tin salt, 1 tin butter, 2 tins coffee & milk, 3 tins s IU sages, 6 tins biscuits, 1 pkg, onions and 1 bo\ potato, s. Daughters of the Empire—34 tins Victor Sannders—24 tins ci garettes. Ch i. E. 2 tins 1 11 |. ("! 1 and I in tob< in thei •Has {and Sli drum Major and ribbon for drun 9 • i aid a bunch of banai C C Smith —12 tins ape juice, %  a sauce, a tomato catsup, 2 bottles rsar.d 2 tius : I a tins Mi VV. .1. M % %  : ., li.. r net ' %  • pital 1 :al Con >rt. Mrs Geo. Minns and her Voh 1 barrel of & ter Mi. and Mrs. Kenm th Soloi V ; iR to each "smoking' ibei of 1 toba '.3 tins I t pi| To t'ie "non si 1 box soap, i am, 1 pkg. foot 1 and 1 tin talcum powder. Ri v. S. Lov II : Si Matthew's Parish Church : 1 '1 mem of the Contingent a 1 of "Sir I'lioiii is Mo in the Towi 1 From Addington House—9 ii'0.1 plums preserve, frank Holmes 2 1 tins cigarettes ers). o caki • soap (non smokei Diocesan Book Store — 2 do/.. ./ nes. Mrs. Geo. Minns —48 pocket handkerchiefs. Chas. C. Odle—22 Review Heralef. will IHML : i Mrs. VV. 1 lend to 1 ndi 111 n, Fran that il anci men This is u said: • I ml We red to di 1 un el ive to I i inilin ms of King ubj c I inly have misinti rpn : d the acts ol %  ur iov 1 lid be 1 in this country there k_ in a t r a e i un, iiir^sssi I th!' 1 >r in y own On i ted* \ n Stati s intima had faith in I""! in her diplomatic i •ry, a r< aliza lion 'is war of ideals, has : I l,evp '"" I 10th nations >me to a s. use of kinship of mutual admiration, not m, withacomimuM-au;;;;;;,;;; 1 ; ;': 1 ', dbythepossiblemis .and of deeper funda hich m Rentals still, on the ground and men who so k nd ly a 1 them at the Bahamas Contingeht Concert which to >k place on the 7th uist. at St. Andrew's II ill.' RELIGIOUS SERVICES SUNDAY, 12TH SEPTEMBER ST MATT! I NWS PARISH OHUHOB Church and Shirley St •:. RMI r TRIMI 1 v XV 1.I6 a.m [J I imunj >n. 1" 15 a.m. i I I I I LATEST War News. il er iii, 1 nor, %  ports that artillery is actit e at Y\ other' nditions normal. ly in many thin 5, oppi 51 d each other 1 have Tin imenl reports artilcontinu In the V n my attacks with su! ; shells and burning liqui trenches ei • e\ a< uated but I'i.c 1 nemy tei i|mrarily 1 pied the 1 1 to I r lin French ain bombarded the Stat and mentals still, on tn ground ol %  i!i 1 I the whole of d not alone the soci political on country. You have not asked me the tion to which I am now go ing to reply, but 1 am goin \ to I myself. It is tl.. asb ( n the parl Ill Unil ti s in this yeai ir ? From the British %  i t, has she helped or 5? 1 he account wfi i s bring -.ill d 1 other, as Hi itishe did ml!. o f I do's li I alii broken by oppositr time w e are all in a pei fectly n< >rmal. We are living, as ii were, al ili" top ol 1 un being, and wi ite, to b it in 1 1 mil 1 do, > in 1 Hartman d re are th se among us who made by Great Britain largely due to improvised organization, or m the United States by her 1 ia seemed to chime vval sympathy. Her diplomacy has bi %  ichable, and we in are grateful di rstanding winch ia arj m .'i support as an field. New York Timt Notice. Commission appointed .ira*. %  f thought that the Un States, as a vast den* •; icy in1 b\ high national and as the 1 n tnj of all f<\ ndpre. The Russians continue then tiooary and tyrannical elem premeditated retreat, holding might have done more to help Arthur B. Sutton —1 cart load the enemy ai impi 11 '.nit points the Commissions of £;. | Act.l9l2\ < .; I" enquire HUM mini tration of Ilospsta] I ii,'.or 1 abolishing I Medical Of] ALL PE 1I1 sire, to the above mentioned Commission an quested to send in their name to Mi B. Holmes, the Si cr, the Comrn at the At tornej Gen ral's H.^7\§TRONGE, Pn sid< nt. Septi 1915. oanuts. Mi Nigel IV Burnsida — i small box rakes. VV. S. Wilson —2 tins cigarettes. William Thompson—1 basket Genips. Mrs. VV. R Maura -1 lot home made bread. A. Z. Saunders—1 lot paper flags Roland 1?. Cash—A silver stick pin toi each member of the Contingent. Mis, Geo, Minns (made by Miss Cassie Kerr]—A bouquet to Mr. \lliury with a motto for thi Contingent attach' Mi s Keva Allardyce— 7 pairs Wool, i, hich were given to the 7 ent men. Dr. J. Baird Albury—i2oolbs. ice. A quantity of Cake and other goods were sent directly on BONAR LAW. Washington:— Yesterday the AustroHungarian (iovernment was informed by the United States that Ambassador Duna was unaccepl ibla. I le promulgated plans to handicap ammunition [limits Supplj ing aininii nition to the Allies and also used American citizens to carry despatches through enemy countries. The action of Von Hernsterff and of other \ustrian officials is receiving the attenti m of the state department. Petrograd:—Another big sue attended the Russians in Eastern Galicia Southwest of Trembola on the 7th and


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5 LATEST RADIOGRAMS tf %  r • NOTI_CE The R.e8u' r Delivery of "Vhe TRIBUNE" Is now guaranteed. NOW IS THE TIME TO MitSCKIl',1' Nvjlliuu uddirltia lurare in veibe. .n.\>M-on II. no' bound loear to the Dogmas of no Master "THE TRIBUNE" WANTS ADVT'S. FOR RESULT ADVF.RT1SE IN THE TRIBUNE" >-^ Special Rates to Yearly Advertiaera Vol. XII. No. ^51 NASSAU. N. P.. BAHAMAS. SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 11.1915 Price. THREE CENTS IS ENGLAND APATHETIC ? NO. By Sir Gilbert Parker. Continued from Saturday Ith September. of those The reply was that the vote h as question was not in their minds, crease the depravit) already di pra\ ed. been a great drain from industry that the vote win come c into thearmy; certain industries self; that if the> knewfor enormously increased their demand lor labor; therefore the nium mi the laborof the dis reputable to per cent of the drinking laboring classes has been vastly increased. of itcerthat it would be denied for an indefinite period they should still wort every bit f%strenuouslyasthey were working now; that the greater cause comes before the less lor alllbitishers-* The misdoings of the 10 per cause of liberty and democracy. BJBJ* !" 1 The other day 1 watched a ling; which is tenfold greater lenge; I hope it will be accepted; regimeni ol Kifehener's Army than it was on the 4th of August, I have no doubt of the result. at work in Norfolk The phy1914. siqueoftlie men was remark Yes, your question as to able, they were stalwart, bionz whether drink has prevented ed, healthy, hearty, happy. Great Britain from rising to the Willingness, esprit, were everyheight of her necessity during where; but the thing that g'Jl the yen ol war should be an deep into my mind wasthequiet swered at this point. confidence and understand nig 1 have seen in some American between the officers and the papers most cruel libels upon the men. j Biitish workingman. 1 have You would see an offic 1 seen London likened to Babylon ikiog to .1 lance corporal as or Bvzantium. I have si cent, set up a certain amount of sympathetic demoralization and interfere materially with sober 1 rkrnen in jobs that require co-operation, as, for instance, the riveters in shipbuilding. Tl iunsatisfactorj minority She said that if the Allies win the woman's cause will be at most retarded, but that if I'rus Sianism wins the whole cause of freedom would be immeasurably weaken) d and set back, that women's suffrage would not Drink there is and has always been in this country, and too much drink. Congestion, with poverty and crowded homes, of great cities such as New York, Chicago, St.Louis,Pin ladelphia Boston, or London, Paris or Rome, and many others one knows, is the cause of c.v 1 There was a sudden passion, ate outburst on the part of an Knizlish Minister to the I I!' cl williyv Bit with undu merely be retarded, but removpowii anted 1 ed from the sphere of possibility mem, to the great satisfaction alt. .-ether. And Miss Kenney of labor as a whole, which readded: pudiates the acts of the iuevi"No Our union is too sensitable minocitv of degraded We of the danger to tolerate any workers compromise with rn. You ask me, "How has the war affected the suffrage n ove ment and the suffrage di orders which were so widespread in this country over a year ago ?" Well in the first pi u e, imme -I I e-lI^MSll IIIIIIMII IKJ cue UIIV.I %  though to a friend, confidential stated in a Philadelphia paper that it was drink which preventdiately after the declaration 01 ly, as he stood with his company; that goaper cent, of the people ef j us f rom winning the war, war. the Women's social and and the lanes corporal replied in this country are apathetic, through irregular work in •he '"'in'cal Union called a meeting with easy naturalness. There and that this is all due to dewas no gap6f formality between generacv, self-indulgence, and them. When their talk was drink. finished a talk upon woi k to b done or work done, somi thing nature; and if it were true, then connected with the company the fate of Sodon and Gomorrah there was no lack of respect, would be too good for (ireat Just as the soldier of old days Britain and this empire. England has had great opporegi factories where munitions were made. That was taken with great We have never been believers in Compromise within justice. (continued on thiri r would have done under the older s vs l e in, the lance corporal touched his cap. Discipline was there, but something which made discipline a thrrfg to have joy in, for it was 3-happiness in common effort for Ine honor of the regiment. ( this war in the field and in training for the field, is tunities and vast responsibilities, and her people have done due to lack masterly and prodigious things, months seriousness in countries like the I Inited State-. The Same Minister who made that statement now declares that the laclc of munitions was of organization loth things are a commerce throughout the world greater than that of any 1 ither nation; her shipping represents more than half "f the • the wonderful happiness of the wor d g shipp j n g. aod jf ner men. T" e >' mav he fatigued and worn, but they are never downca-t Nothing has been too good for them as to food and in 1 : ies, and < ven luxur ies The love of the nat in has and suspended the publication of their organ, The Suffragette, and mobilized all their members This isa charge of a ghastlj seriousness in this country; it for national work: that is, n was taken with infinitely greater mg. production ol clothing, re lief work.otc. The leaders of the suffragette| movement soon saw that the ill dividual devotion >>f its mem bers w as a> >t nough, so the) 1 solved to devote their vast 01 ganization, to national purposes 1 ifncially they organized recruiting meeting-; they made a reissue of The suffragette as a war paper, which is lining good work in combating the stupid Cl itii ism of a small minority with cosmopolitan sympathies, who am full of the love of God and i.ll their fellow creatures, m\(\ Who would throw bouquets to murderers, because human sympathy is such a divine thing. It is notable that the leaders at of the suffragette movement dens her history shows, in put true, but only in part. She has peopled overseasdoUndoubtedly in the rush and minions; she has preserved, with excitement, in the demand for a handful of men, the lo\alty of extra output, a percentage of the vast Indian empire; she has the workmen who drink and who ordinarily drink too much plunged into greater self-indul gence, and to some extent helped ti 1 disorganize the mass. Bui again, if any one who knows this countrv will come people were so degenerate as to fail the State in its hour of need hereiiow and go from town to and peril, then indeed should all town, village to village, and city the world turn theirbacks upon her. I make this challenge, how ever: If half a dozen America! been spent 011 them, but it has journalists of repute and capd not been squanderei In the ,-, ty #dl come to this country rouijh earthquake of war we have been shaken together. I lor. to city, will make public houses, will go to the usual saloon resorts, he will find ly that, though wag. s aie higher, 1though there is more employ ment than there has been for rd)hRS it all is the bloodshed, () ,i lis vast metropolis,and will and will go into any city, town, many years, there is less drink, or village in England, or come not more. expect the ue.iMii" p urred out, the loss ,,, life mid material—still we r-.m r'ruthfullv-sny that the nation has profiled by ds sacrifice, its effort, and its bereavement. Rational character has been made; in lerent goodness has I,. come m 1 juificiettl merit. |n P nil iinent some one once S;|I ,I I, tei ipiu usly of social ism, "When that lime comes we shall all be feeding oul of the ..,,„ % %  mu 1 cmal trough." Well. we are n %  d ling 'hat, hut we are all working in the sann national field. There ire'me slackers that has alvt irs hen the case. There are %  > . %  cow firds. but they will not > • ahl to -'-ape the pasm dty which is [on vi r sp ; il take any street in any ( f these villages, towns, or in any borough of London, 1 declare that he will find, not qo percent apathetic but QO percent rrpre •enting homes from which some person is gone to fight, to be trained to fight, is employed in the manufacture of munitions of war, or has relatives lighting, preparing to fight, or occupied in the manufacture of muni lions of war, or some other work which is essentially war work. I know of what I speak. It nas been tried. \n American journ di-' li iB "'" bom nousi to house in one of the \< %  quarters of London, and I truth of been •.:ined. 1 make this chaL We have no right to the sympathy of the States and of other neutral countries if England is more drunken now than she was: and we have a right to ask that, when these charges are made against her, investigation should also he made. The responsibility of the people of this countrv is great, and American journalistic enterprise would only be doing its duty if it made the investigation which I suggest, since this gre.it war is nil international question, and the judgment of neutral nations must affect the i nd of it directly. The re il result of the war has i. n< > to incn a ral ty, but, th rou I ne ney to in sire a thorough settlement, that •hey want, not alone peace with honor, but peace of sue h a 08 tore as shall set' the world secured against a barbarous and aggresive militarism. Miss Annie Kenney was asked by me whether the Social and i i e( ] Political Union approved ofThe Hague Peace Conference ofi Women. The reply was: "No. We think the evolution <>f the women movement in the last generation has produced two types—the I success and the failure. "The personnel of the Peace Conference re p I S senl e d the failure. We sent 1.1 The I higue j one of our members to protest, and we Saw that the confer' was merely playing into Ger main's hands. Every woman who" a ttended that conference will one daj bitterly repent it." Miss Kenney w 19 a 1 k e d w nether suffragette actn ity in the national would inat.lv affei I 1 f the vote If you will tfi collars a trid track of trips to tl will soon their worth. ON SALE AT NASSAU'S BEST RETAILERS CLUETT, PBABODT ft; CO., Inc. HAKERS^TMY, N. Y. I'., S. A. :. L. ~£3FTHOUSE I v. In ..v.Ai'.'-io Pretty Flower Stand. Wonderful tain*. H l> I ^""V"''"' on Ireturned al i M-•• %  %  %  '.'{! I .' ,,.. 1 11 hv. % %  H lnch i t; .,,„',;;.'. k. n. .%  '"' 5*ndP0SrC.AHurrCul(.K.i.. I I %  founds. We guarantee the i

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Vol. XII. No. ^51
NASSAU. N. P.. BAHAMAS. SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 11.1915
Price. THREE CENTS
IS ENGLAND APATHETIC ? NO.
By Sir Gilbert Parker.
Continued from Saturday Ith September.
of those The reply was that the vote
has question was not in their minds,
crease the depravit)
already di pra\ ed.
been a great drain from industry that the vote win come c
into thearmy; certain industries self; that if the> knewfor
enormously increased their
demand lor labor; therefore the
nium mi the laborof the dis
reputable to per cent of the
drinking laboring classes has
been vastly increased.
of it-
cer-
that it would be denied for
an indefinite period they should
still wort every bit f%strenu-
ouslyasthey were working now;
that the greater cause comes
before the less lor alllbitishers-*
The misdoings of the 10 per cause of liberty and democracy.
BjBj*1
The other day 1 watched a ling; which is tenfold greater lenge; I hope it will be accepted;
regimeni ol Kifehener's Army than it was on the 4th of August, I have no doubt of the result.
at work in Norfolk The phy- 1914.
siqueoftlie men was remark Yes, your question as to
able, they were stalwart, bionz whether drink has prevented
ed, healthy, hearty, happy. Great Britain from rising to the
Willingness, esprit, were every- height of her necessity during
where; but the thing that g'Jl the yen ol war should be an
deep into my mind wasthequiet swered at this point.
confidence and understandnig 1 have seen in some American
between the officers and the papers most cruel libels upon the
men. j Biitish workingman. 1 have
You would see an offic 1 seen London likened to Babylon
ikiog to .1 lance corporal as or Bvzantium. I have si
cent, set up a certain amount of
sympathetic demoralization and
interfere materially with sober
1 rkrnen in jobs that require
co-operation, as, for instance,
the riveters in shipbuilding.
Tl i- unsatisfactorj minority
She said that if the Allies win
the woman's cause will be at
most retarded, but that if I'rus
Sianism wins the whole cause of
freedom would be immeasurab-
ly weaken) d and set back, that
women's suffrage would not
Drink there is and has always
been in this country, and too
much drink. Congestion, with
poverty and crowded homes, of
great cities such as New York,
Chicago, St.Louis,Pinladelphia
Boston, or London, Paris or
Rome, and many others one
knows, is the cause of c.v 1
There was a sudden passion,
ate outburst on the part of an
Knizlish Minister to the I I!' cl
williyv Bit with undu merely be retarded, but remov-
powii
anted 1 ed from the sphere of possibility
mem, to the great satisfaction alt..-ether. And Miss Kenney
of labor as a whole, which re- added:
pudiates the acts of the iuevi- "No Our union is too sensi-
table minocitv of degraded We of the danger to tolerate any
workers compromise with rn.
You ask me, "How has the
war affected the suffrage n ove
ment and the suffrage di orders
which were so widespread in
this country over a year ago ?"
Well in the first pi u e, imme
-I------....." I e-lI^MSll iiiiiimii IKJ cue UIIV.I
though to a friend, confidential stated in a Philadelphia paper that it was drink which prevent- diately after the declaration 01
ly, as he stood with his company; that goaper cent, of the people efj us from winning the war, war. the Women's social and
and the lanes corporal replied in this country are apathetic, through irregular work in he '"'in'cal Union called a meeting
with easy naturalness. There and that this is all due to de-
was no gap6f formality between generacv, self-indulgence, and
them. When their talk was drink.
finished a talk upon woi k to b
done or work done, somi thing nature; and if it were true, then
connected with the company the fate of Sodon and Gomorrah
there was no lack of respect, would be too good for (ireat
Just as the soldier of old days Britain and this empire.
England has had great oppor-
egi
factories where munitions were
made.
That was taken with great
We have never been believers in
Compromise within justice.
(continued on thiri
r
would have done under the older
s vs l e in, the lance corporal
touched his cap.
Discipline was there, but
something which made discip-
line a thrrfg to have joy in, for
it was 3-happiness in common
effort for Ine honor of the regi-
ment. gam.- of the Eleven.
One of the most roiii.ii liable
aspe< Is <>( this war in the field
, and in training for the field, is
tunities and vast responsibilities,
and her people have done due to lack
masterly and prodigious things, months -
seriousness in countries like the
I Inited State-.
The Same Minister who made
that statement now declares
that the laclc of munitions was
of organization
loth things are
a commerce throughout the
world greater than that of any
1 ither nation; her shipping re-
presents more than half "f the
the wonderful happiness of the wor,d-g .shippjng. aod jf ner
men. T"e>' mav he fatigued
and worn, but they are never
downca-t Nothing has been
too good for them as to food
and in 1: ies, and < ven luxur
ies
The love of the nat in has
and suspended the publication
of their organ, The Suffragette,
and mobilized all their members
This isa charge of a ghastlj seriousness in this country; it for national work: that is, n
was taken with infinitely greater mg. production ol clothing, re
lief work.otc.
The leaders of the suffragette|
movement soon saw that the ill
dividual devotion >>f its mem
bers w as a> >t nough, so the) 1
solved to devote their vast 01
ganization, to national purposes
1 ifncially they organized re-
cruiting meeting-; they made a
reissue of The suffragette as a
war paper, which is lining good
work in combating the stupid
Cl itii ism of a small minority
with cosmopolitan sympathies,
who am full of the love of God
and i.ll their fellow creatures,
m\(\ Who would throw bouquets
to murderers, because human
sympathy is such a divine thing.
It is notable that the leaders
at of the suffragette movement de-
ns her history shows, in put true, but only in part.
She has peopled overseasdo- Undoubtedly in the rush and
minions; she has preserved, with excitement, in the demand for
a handful of men, the lo\alty of extra output, a percentage of
the vast Indian empire; she has the workmen who drink and
who ordinarily drink too much
plunged into greater self-indul
gence, and to some extent helped
ti 1 disorganize the mass.
Bui again, if any one who
knows this countrv will come
people were so degenerate as to
fail the State in its hour of need hereiiow and go from town to
and peril, then indeed should all town, village to village, and city
the world turn theirbacks upon
her.
I make this challenge, how
ever: If half a dozen America!
been spent 011 them, but it has journalists of repute and capd
not been squanderei In the ,-,ty #dl come to this country
rouijh earthquake of war we
have been shaken together. I lor.
to city, will make
public houses, will go to the
usual saloon resorts, he will find
ly that, though wag. s aie higher,
1- though there is more employ
ment than there has been for
rd)h- rs it all is the bloodshed, ,() ,ilis vast metropolis,and will
and will go into any city, town, many years, there is less drink,
or village in England, or come not more.
expect
the ue.iMii" p urred out, the loss
,,, life mid materialstill we
r-.m r'ruthfullv-sny that the na-
tion has profiled by ds sacrifice,
its effort, and its bereavement.
Rational character has been
made; in lerent goodness has I,.
come m 1 juificiettl merit.
|n P nil iinent some one once
S;|I,I I, tei ipiu usly of social
ism, "When that lime comes we
shall all be feeding oul of the
..,, mu 1 cmal trough." Well.
we are n ' d ling 'hat, hut we
are all working in the sann
national field.
There ire- 'me slackers
that has alvt irs hen the case.
There are ->.. cow firds. but
they will not !> ahl to -'-ape
the pasm dty which is
[on vi r sp; il
take any street in any ( f these
villages, towns, or in any
borough of London, 1 declare
that he will find, not qo percent
apathetic but QO percent rrpre
enting homes from which some
person is gone to fight, to be
trained to fight, is employed in
the manufacture of munitions
of war, or has relatives lighting,
preparing to fight, or occupied
in the manufacture of muni
lions of war, or some other
work which is essentially war
work.
I know of what I speak. It
nas been tried. \n American
journ di-' li i- B "'" bom nousi
to house in one of the \<
quarters of London, and I
truth of been
.:ined. 1 make this chaL
We have no right to
the sympathy of the
States and of other neutral
countries if England is more
drunken now than she was: and
we have a right to ask that,
when these charges are made
against her, investigation should
also he made.
The responsibility of the peo-
ple of this countrv is great, and
American journalistic enterprise
would only be doing its duty if
it made the investigation which
I suggest, since this gre.it war
is nil international question,
and the judgment of neutral
nations must affect the i nd of it
directly.
The re il result of the war has
i. n< > to incn a ral
ty, but, th rou
I ne ney to in
sire a thorough settlement, that
hey want, not alone peace with
honor, but peace of sue h a 08
tore as shall set' the world
secured against a barbarous and
aggresive militarism.
Miss Annie Kenney was asked
by me whether the Social and
i ie(] Political Union approved ofThe
Hague Peace Conference ofi
Women.
The reply was: "No. We think
the evolution <>f the women
movement in the last generation
has produced two typesthe I
success and the failure.
"The personnel of the Peace
Conference re p I S senl e d the
failure. We sent 1.1 The I higue j
one of our members to protest,
and we Saw that the confer'
was merely playing into Ger
main's hands. Every woman
who"attended that conference
will one daj bitterly repent it."
Miss Kenney w 19 a 1 k e d
w nether suffragette actn ity in
the national would
inat.lv affei I 1 "f
the vote
If you will tfi
collars a trid
track of
trips to tl
will soon
their worth.
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THE 9th SEPTEMBER 1915,
Thursday last, the usually'
apathetic heart of Nass
seems to have been stirred to
the core, from early morning
flags began to appear from
business places and private
residences until by early af
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Fletcher Albury,
I in ha mas Con t i ngen I.
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have, with the approval of
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Bahamas Contingent until
its arrival in Jamaica.
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cipline is maintained.
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H15 Excellency W L. AlUrdyce. Esq., C. M. G.
Governor, of the Bahamas
landers, and Pacific Islanders,
and, if need be, to lay down
tiit-ir lives along with them fin
King, and Country, and Flag,
and for each one ol US who I
behind in the Bahamas. 1 Vp
plause) Do no tluills ol pride
and pleasure emotion course
iliroue,li us as we think of these
lliings? Of course they do; wj
should he noil-15riti! Ii were it
otherwise. We uic proud of our
small contingent, we are satis-
tied with the way they have,
during a period 01 only three
w ei ks, adapted iheinseh es to
military conditiotisand militniy
disi ipline, and v\ . Ha\ e e\ ery
confidence thai after .1 sufficient
period of training ll y will,
\ in called upon to do so,
maintain the besl traditions of
the fighting force* ol His Ma
Applause). I pi 1- ii.iily
cannot help fee I in" 1
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tion, nor the in gent m ed for
men, nor what leulonism now
stand- for, are yet full) realizi d
be used by any member of thi locally otherwise funds would
Contingent. 1 le foi the despatch of
;. Any insubordination, a much luiger contingent,
conduct to the prejudice of Briton's cause and thai of
good order and discipline, or her Allies is a leous and
any misconduct on the pan a just cause, Teuton militar-
of a member of the Contiu- 'sin and 'frightfurhess' have
gent, you will make a note of I to be trampled under foot
omitting his family,
Bahamas Contingent from
beginning to end ; he could
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Ml
THE BAHAMAS CONTNGENT
THE EMBARKATION.
At 4 p.m. on Thursday af
term ion the men of th C< >n
h (chiefly) the locality tangent fell in with blankets
[ The. "Barrack, and across their shoulders and
fi Square and bv the! headed by tne Police band
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^oplehad gathered Marching bong wind, they
water front, on sang' marched down Last
r in windows Street, accompanied by a vast
>a view of the throng of people who made
1 roofs of hous- it difficult for them to keep
their place-. ; after
in The VV. C. B. Johnson Esq., Depu-
ty Speaker: and A. II. Sher-
wood Smith Esq Private
Secretary; preceeded by I
( ioverm U 's piper in Scottish
costume playing the battle
cry of the Gordons "The Cock
of the North" proceeded from
the portico of the CourtHouse
to the platfoi in: on the Gov-
ernor taking his place thereon
he was received with the
and report to the Officei
commanding at Jamaica.
6. You will see that mem
bers of the Contingent do nol
in any way inteifi re with the
Master or crew in the wo
ing of 1 he ship, and that I
M ister's orders are obeyed.
7. Y< iu will lake charge of
all stores belonging lo the
Contingent, see to thi ir pro-
pei is- ie e icli day, ins| 1 1 the
food b fore it is sen 1 d, and
and exterminated, and Our
Boys are going to assist in
the rampling, I tteai I leai 1
and trust thereby l< 1 do their
little bit on then iii count as
well as ours tu assure the
freedom of the world and
give the 1 ight to the small
nations to live. I have no
hesitation in saying that
(ire itBi itain will not shea! I e
the sword until all pi issibili-
tv of Germany Prussianizing
see that the Non-Commiss- Europi is dead. (Applause.
ioned Officers undei your
command detail a s "fficient
number of men eacl day to
It n
SJ
sea-wall at
be risked
what thus moved Nassau ?
Well the great war has
reached the Bahamas, the
call of the nation has come
to her, the opportunity has
come for her in unison with
other p iris of the Empire, to
give her sonsfin defense of
the right, and VN4aa* brav ilv
cross
ing Shirley Street the tune
was changed to the ever ;>!
sent "It's .1 long way to rip
1 y" whi< h they alsi 1 sang
as they marched.
On reaching R iws >ti Sq.
which was already dens -ly
p icked with people, (except
the circle which w is n i
and iu the centre of which a
platform Lad been erected f r
has she responded to the call, illu" gubernatorial patty) they
and is sending her sons took UP position opposite a
to take her place in the great Police G u a r d of Honour
Royal Salute, the Pol ic e take care of and clean the
Guard of Honour presenting eating utensils, and also for
arms, the band playing the general fatigue duly.
National Anthem and the
Contingent standing at at-
tention.
o
His Excellency then made
the follow ing spei ch:
Men of the 1'ihniivi-, Cmtin
gent, Ladies and Gentle
men:
Are we downhearted ? No.
Are we downhearted ? No.
^defense of the Empire ; they
be few in number but
'reach the heart of the
Ratrv as deeply as many
bore would.
They have gone and will no
doubt do their part to their
own personal credit and lo
the honour i>( their native
land. They are not likely to
be forgotten and the d iy of
their departure will evei stand
out far. and away above all
the eventful d i\s of the C 'I
ony.
V 3 p.m. The Men of the
Contingent's leave had ex-
pired M\d they repaired t,,
the Barracks when' they re
mailed until the time for
embarkation ai rived.
Before concluding tins Fee
ble attempt to record this
fcGolden Letter Day of the
>iomy we must in justice
It ice the very great interest
uifested bv His Excellency
w
iv should we be
I luring the Punjab expedi-
tion in 1897 our tro >ps were
called upon to storm the
heights < if Dargai. One or
more regiments failed locross
The Committe wish \ ou
You may ask, have 1 no
spei ial message or advice for
our men, no last word for
them to take aw ay and think
over under different skies:
Yes, 1 have. Men of the Ba-
hamas Contingent, mv roes
and the Contingent every sage to you is this:
success
(sd.
I. H. C. Crawford,
Chairman.
(sd.i G. M. C 1e.
(s 1 |S. A Dilli t.
d.) L. VV. Young,
sd.) I). S. I). Mo 1 ley.
Reci uiting Committee-
I iday is a Red Letter Day
in the History of the Baha-
mas, and I am proud that it
has fallen to my lot to have
both the honour and the pri-
vilege of standing here to bid
"An 1.won" 1 n behalf of the
a (111 H'Mlll 011 orn.ill 01 me
some--ery exposed ground. iQoveniraent and the Colon-
The Gordon Highlanders and
the Gourkhas were then or-
dered to attack, and while
doing so Piper Findlater was
shot in both ankles. Nothing
wincli had previously taken,
up the position. The Hoy
Scouts were in position at the
opening of the circle, and the
Eastern Volunteer Band onjdaunted, although severely
' e opposite side. wounded and in great pain,
Soon after the arrival of the hie crawled to a rock, put his
Contingent Mrs. Allardyce, back against it, and blew
the Misses Ulardyce and Mrs that inspiriting battle cry of
Tudor, The Lord Bishop of the Gordons, "The Cock' of
Nassau,Revds. H.W.Weigall the North", thesamethat mv
A.. Browneandl Lang- piper played as he preceded
ton tool; their place's on the
pi,it form.
At 4.30 His Exi ellency (i v-
ei nor w. L. Ulardy :e Esquii e
C. M. G. His Honour I).
Tudor Esq. K. C, Chief Jus-
The Honourable W.
Il.ut Bennett C. M. < ',., Colo-
nial Secretary; Honourable
me ai ross the square. The
sequel you know, the (iordi ins
and the Gourkhas together
stormed and U> K the heights
of Dargai, and Piper Findla-
ter was decorated with the
Victoria Cross. Who among
us here, on this epoch making
day, is bold enough to assert
I". C. Wells- Durant M. A., K.I that no Victoria Cross inem-
C., Attorney General; Hon-!bryo lies hidden under the
ourable T. V. Matthews I. S. [khaki tunic of one of our own
O., Receiver General and
Treasurer; Honourables J. P.
Sands; G. H.. Gamblin ;
iitiraor AAlsudyce, not I and G. H. Johnson D. D. S.;
contingent? (Applause)
And now before I go fur-
ther 1 will rriad the instruc-
tions Which are being given
ists to that small, selfejacri-
fuing, and heroic few who
are about to leave tis in or-
der to proceed tO the front. I
am confident that I express
aright the feeling which is
uppermost in the hearts of all
when 1 say, "Well d......boys,
we are proud of v ,n." 'Hear.
Hear.)
It is not vet five weeks si
we bad that momentous public
meeting in St. Andrews Hall
when we dicided to accept the
responsibility of Empire in its
most practical form and des-
patch a small contingent to the
front We have before us thirty
men who are both willing and
anxious to represent us in the
firing line; who have heard the
call of the Motherland in her
hour of need and have answered
it; who are desirous of taking
part in their country's battle;
and who look forward with
pleasure to being afforded the
opportunity to inarch supo."
to shoulder with Austral
Indians, Canadian, N
'Pear God and Honour the
King. Do nothing to dis-
grace either your uniform or
your Flag.1
On my own account, and
on behalf of all presenl here
to-day, I say to i ah one of
you, 'Fare line well ; God
Sp< ed thee.'
One word mi re before I sit
down to the People of the
Bahamas, and mi ue especial-
ly to the friends and nlations
of those who are about to
leave us; I pray you
'Have faith to look with
fearless eyes
Beyond the tragedy of a
% world of sti ifi .
And trust that oul of
night and death
shall rise
The dawn of ampler life.'
After His Kxeellency's
speech, No. 1 Private William
F. Albury advanced to the
platform and received from
His Excellency his instruc-
tions and all necessary docu-
ments which were placed in
a despatch box and placed in
his hands by the Comman-
dant.
After this a beautiful bou-
quet with hearts and souve-
nir streamers of bed White
and Blue ribbon, one for each
man. was presented to Pri-
vate Albury by Miss Frances
Lotinore (in Khaki skii t) with
the words "In the name of
'*" **".....'" '" the
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W h( n the order was given
to embark the men had to
light their way through the
dense excited crowd which
pressed upon them to say
Goodbye.
When the order was given
Jo cast off the Motor boat
P'Vim" (with the Police band
on bo ird) and the M I
"Salome' pulled the trans-
port into mid stream, amid
a tumultuous shouting and
w id kerchiefs!
the shore as well as from a
flotilla Ira ted sail i
motor boats, (tlie Eastern
Volunb i B Hid wa nb
tin: "Yum Yum") wine!. ,
vo to the sandl
win re she was casl loo
amid i I y, iving ol
tic handker and
timated that n
: along ill.
fri and in bo I
1 frderly Room,
: ''11,1 v
!n response to his app< al fur
& ; i the Conl in
11 l.uit has tie* lion
Ige ".ith 'hanks
i ipt of the Follow .
From
II. t. Butler,ia tins
J. fi ier .:""
Anth ny Ba er
I I.hod i :. ,\- cigars.
II ;e (). Pyfrom
i i i' in i
Mrs. Clementina Cooperi
tin cigarette and i tin jam.
Howard T. Brice:i box
containng:4 tins tomatoes,
4 tins milk, 2 tins pork & beans,
2 tins roasted beef, 2 tins salmon,
1 tin jam, 1 tin tea, 1 box (:ig
ai:., 1 pkg. matches and 1 hunch
bananas
lack IJurnside G tins cigar
'
Johnny Knowles4 tins ci
garetl
I lolmes an Mi Berta
|i times -6 tins 1 igaretti s.
I 1 bo
11. Vine Fi llico1 h >x
Miss MaLle I
l\. J. Griffin 13 tins ci
1 box cigars.
J. Herbert!
Lobb ai d Offi Thi Is on the h
1 ti n I'o our bi irty
' us to-day,
latth [I t, Q| .
, H\s, L\ l ' I hro I he
bio dsi ed field of b
board the "Varuna" and tnere
was no means of knowing from
whom they were sent.
No. 19 Private I [arold I a
rent Bascome was the rer-ipi-
1 nt of a Silver Cigan tte Case
From Messrs. VV. R. P
and J II. Peel on behall
the staff of the Customs De-
partment.
Th< bouquel by
Miss Frances Lotti
from the Volunf
who to thank M
Kerr for the making of thi
: '" ' I
typing the words on the
rts and Mr. Moseley for
printing the wok!-, on the
pa. Since >< ptemberird on the
South front the Russians have
taken 400 officers and
men.
:
Thirdly, the United States hat
rendered immense services I
this country by caring for tin
inten sts of British subji i i
abroad, and above all. In m
, Bristol: 11,.- rrades Union ing tl e fol of British | ris >ners
( hng din e of 1 easii r. S< m the
million won,, en votes ov< 1 rui : .,| i,ihu
whelmii insl ions havi
iiten tjl
X sympathy, expsess-
d >y went d iwn to ,] in 1 wa d no1
station to meet thi AnKlo i s'ideration
n bv Great
Bib 1 th
ions in |

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She
would sum up the pn 1 nl
'
answi rwi /ery fine; 1 (,|j
i< 1 50 tins
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1 1 i ' 12 ti na
Chas, B, Duncombe _ tins
en:
I' l --1 1111 1
nan fJuth r -a ti
"
Kobeu Duncombe -2 tins ci-
n
Mrs. T. II, C. Lofthousel
tin
1 tin
'
di I smpi \
nis
Mrs. F. A. Garnei tin
Can 1 9 jarspn
1 Public Li-
brary a i bundles books and
map
1 tin cigarettes,
irettes.
2 tins cigar
v^./ t|ai '.Bethel2 tins cigar-
ett.
II. VV. Stuart Garner~i5
shilling, with which one towel
for each pan was bought.
Na sau Librarj A quantity
of newspa|
Mrs W. B. North -6 tins
in Ups.
Mrs. Artl at B. Sutton and
Miss Sylvia Sutton6 tins ci-
garettes.
! >r Weslevan Church
Rev. S T. Hopps, Minister30
to be d, livered
to Contingent after arrival in
England.
I-. ^ Powell 1 box cigan.
V Ice House 1 box con-
tainin ;:6 tins milk, 6 pkg*.
cottage loaf, b tins baked brans,
3 tins i", 1 tins pineapple
preserve, 1 tin apples, .; tins
fresh h rrings, 1 tin sau
and 6 jam m irmalade.
Cheapside -l box contain
ing:5 tins salmon, 6 tins her
ringl, } tins haddocks, 3 tin-
cocoa, 2 pkgs. tea, 1 bottle malt
vinegar, 1 tin salt, 1 tin butter,
2 tins coffee & milk, 3 tins s iu
sages, 6 tins biscuits, 1 pkg,
onions and 1 bo\ potato, s.
Daughters of the Empire34
tins
Victor Sannders24 tins ci
garettes.
Ch i. E.
2 tins 1
11 |. ("! 1
and I in tob<
in thei
Has {and Sli
drum Major and ribbon for
drun
9 i
! aid a bunch of
banai
C C Smith12 tins
ape juice,
'a sauce, a
tomato catsup, 2 bottles
rsar.d 2 tius
: I a tins
Mi VV. .1. M: .,
li.. r
net '' pital 1
:al Con >rt.
Mrs Geo. Minns and her
Voh 1 barrel of &
ter
Mi. and Mrs. Kenm th Soloi
V ; i- r to each "smoking'
ibei of 1
toba '.3 tins
I t pi|
To t'ie "non si
, 1 box soap, '
i am, 1 pkg. foot 1
and 1 tin talcum powder.
Ri v. S. Lov II : Si Matthew's
Parish Church .: 1 '1 mem
of the Contingent a 1
of "Sir I'lioiii is Mo
in the Towi 1
From Addington House9
ii'0.1 plums preserve,
frank Holmes 21 tins cigarettes
ers). o caki soap (non
smokei
Diocesan Book Store 2 do/..
./ nes.
Mrs. Geo. Minns48 pocket
handkerchiefs.
Chas. C. Odle22 Review
Heralef.
. will Ih-
Ml : i Mrs. VV. 1
lend to 1 ndi
111 n,
Fran that il
anci
men This is u
said:
I ml
We red to di
1 un el ive to
I i inilin ms of King
ubj c I in-
ly have misin-
ti rpn : d the acts ol ur iov
1 lid be
1 in this country there
k_ in a
t r a e i un,

iiir^sssi
I th-
!' 1 >r in y own
On i ted*
\ n
Stati s intima
had faith in
I""! in her
diplomatic i
ry, a r< aliza
lion
" 'is war of ideals,
has : I
l,evp '"" I 10th nations
>me to a s. use of kinship
of mutual admiration, not
m, withacomimuM-au;;;;;;,;;;1;';':1 ', dbythepossiblemis
.and of deeper funda hich m
Rentals still, on the ground
and men who so k nd
ly a 1 them at the Baha-
mas Contingeht Concert
which to >k place on the 7th
uist. at St. Andrew's II ill.'
RELIGIOUS SERVICES
Sunday, 12th September
ST MATT! I NWS PARISH OHUHOB
Church and Shirley St
:. Rmi r
Trimi 1 v XV
1.I6 a.m [J I imunj >n. 1" 15 a.m.
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LATEST
War News.
il er iii,
1
nor,

ports that
artillery is actit e at Y\
other' nditions normal.
ly in many thin 5,
oppi 51 d each other
1
have
Tin imenl reports artil-
continu
In the V n
my attacks with su!;
shells and burning liqui
trenches ei e\ a< uated but
I'i.c 1 nemy tei i|mrarily 1
pied the 1
1
to I r lin
French ain bombarded
the Stat and
mentals still, on tn ground ol
i!i 1 I the whole of
d not alone the
soci political
on country.
You have not asked me the
tion to which I am now go
ing to reply, but 1 am goin \ to
I myself. It is tl..
asb ( n the parl
. Ill Unil ti s in this
yeai ir ? From the British
it, has she helped or
5?
1 he account wfi i
s bring
-.ill
d
1 other, as Hi itishe
did
ml!. o f I
! do's li I al-
ii broken by oppositr
time w e are all in a
pei fectly n< >rmal.
We are living, as ii were, al
ili" top ol 1 un being, and wi
ite, to b
it in 1
1 mil
1 do,
. > in
1 Hartman d
. re are th se among us who
made by Great Britain largely
due to improvised organization,
or m the United States by her
1 ia
seemed to chime vval
sympathy.
Her diplomacy has bi
ichable, and we
in are grateful
di rstanding winch ia
arj
m
.'i support as an
field.
New York Timt
Notice.
Commission appointed
.ira*.
*
f
thought that the Un
States, as a vast den* ; icy in-
1 b\ high national ,
and as the 1 n tnj of all
f<\. ndpre.
The Russians continue then tiooary and tyrannical elem
premeditated retreat, holding might have done more to help
Arthur B. Sutton1 cart load the enemy ai impi 11 '.nit points
the Commissions of ;. |
Act.l9l2\ < .;
I" enquire hum
mini tration of
Ilospsta]
! I
ii,'.- or 1
abolishing I
Medical Of] -
ALL PE
1I1 sire, to
the above men-
tioned Commission an
quested to send in
their name to Mi B.
Holmes, the Si cr,
the Comrn at the
At tornej Gen ral's
H.^7\TRONGE,
Pn sid< nt.
Septi 1915.
'
oanuts.
Mi Nigel IV Burnsida i
small box rakes.
VV. S. Wilson 2 tins cigar-
ettes.
William Thompson1 basket
Genips.
Mrs. VV. R Maura -1 lot
home made bread.
A. Z. Saunders1 lot paper
flags
Roland 1?. CashA silver
stick pin toi each member of
the Contingent.
Mis, Geo, Minns (made by
Miss Cassie Kerr]A bouquet
to Mr. \lliury with a motto for
thi Contingent at-
tach' '
Mi s Keva Allardyce 7 pairs
Wool, i, hich were given
to the 7 ent men.
Dr. J. Baird Alburyi2oolbs.
ice.
A quantity of Cake and other
goods were sent directly on
BONAR LAW.
Washington: Yesterday the
Austro- Hungarian (iovernment
was informed by the United
States that Ambassador Duna
was unaccepl ibla. I le promul-
gated plans to handicap ammu-
nition [limits Supplj ing aininii
nition to the Allies and also
used American citizens to carry
despatches through enemy coun-
tries.
The action of Von Hernsterff
and of other \ustrian officials is
receiving the attenti m of the
state department.
Petrograd:Another big sue
attended the Russians in
Eastern Galicia Southwest of
Trembola on the 7th and inst. Thetook 150 officers and
7.000 men. Tl
treatvd towards the Rivet S
us in our fight for oivilization,
rrjight ind : the
war with us.
ay -and in this 1
believe I speak for the
majority of British p< oph
We have not li'id the least di
to iovoke the armed ass,si.....
:: i United States, or to in
gu< nee her in the slightest in
this matter.
The United Slates has per
f 'imed immense s< 1 v ice to the
Alln 9 by resisting all atti ?
to wean or force hei from her
neutrality by prohibiting
export of inunili ms 1 if war. I h ;
perfect propriety nn\ adherenci
to the spirit 1 'I true n< utrality
have resisted German pressure.
Secondly, the services she has
pei foi un d to civilization
ganizing relii 11
bei n lity, and
therefon
fighting to resl
ium her ursurped dominion.
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A SIX room cottage wit]
bath attached neai Prim
and Forl Ian astle.
Apply JOS. LAING,
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2 Reward.
KEWRAD will bo paid to
any one giving inform-
ation leading up to the re-
ry of an Ail :hoi and
in bi 1' mging to the Schr.
"Leander," andn mo^ ed from
her on Friday night aoth Au-
gust last.
Length of Chain : 30 fa-
thoms x 5-8 in.
Anch<
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ings.
Washable Ma rquisettes.
Black and Wl ti "--and and
White, DcubU Width.
Poplin.
Black Poplin, White Poplin,
double width.
White Washing Silk.
Silk Crepe, tton *
May i-!. I'll,.
For Results
Advertise in
The Tribune.
H. Dighton Pearson-
Felhw of the Royal Institute
cf British Architects.
is practicing as an
Architect 6- Surveyor
in the I'.aha ma-,. '
I hose who are interested in
PUBLIC or PRIVATE
building schemes u ill bowed
advised '< consult him as to
Designing, Superintending
of Building Surveying, Dilap
idat;ons, and improvem nts
o! pn iperty generally.
Addre
ST. MATTHEWS RECTORY
Telephone No. 191.
The Bishop's
Eastern School.
The above will be re-
opened On the 13th.
Sept.
There arc vacancies for a
few more pupils, applications
will be re< eived by th^head
teacher at if> Marlborouah St.
IN 2 PIECE and, w
UNION SUITS.
"TW Allies"
n
SANITARY
COOL
RELIABLE
SOLO BY
Just Received by
This Steamer
Fresh American
Fruit.
Peaches, Pears,
Plums, etc. etc.
/, K. AMOURY.
\i \ Street.
Try J. C. Coakley's
new Id. Cigars
The A Hies
A 1'U nd ol lour fine toba< cos
o -
They are good to the end
Wm Hilton
260 BAY STREET.
W- A. MATHER
UNDERTAKER
DESIRES lo infurm his.,frioticls
and the Public ilmtfra has
lust rrcrived a complete outfit ai
faciliiies for tlio Innsricss of an un-
dertaker, which places him in a
position to (;iiry nut lunerals that
may be sntrusted to his care wiih
system and despatch ; and respeel
fully solicits their patronage (ici
my Prices first and prove thai thes
are 111* very lowest for lhe *-^.' -^
work.
NOTICE TO FRENCH CITIZENS
INS! k'l ( I IONS have In; II !('-
ceivt d summoninK allP'rench-
men horn in Martinique,
' i\iadi lope or French Guiana
belonging to the classi s i8qo
to 1909 (born from i,sjo to
1 oi to present themselves
immediately at the ViccCon*
sulate of France at Port-of
Spain or at an\ of the twelve
Consular Aeenciesof the Bri-
tish West Indies to pass a
medical examination.
H. F. ARMBR1STER,
Consulnr Ai;.-:h for France.
MUT/L A TED


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