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• ill mind, that aricms i ; ...; ,., ght to bi to meet Yet I i nnol • • I me and m I trust that 5 And I vill rais< • r tiiy I ; and that He will al u. I remain in. lefuily RODERICK. LAT£ST~ War News. Septeml : 5. idon, 14th. j %  %  it. ['hi 1 }ties and %  k I I ; it i L Ru nent BI I iv e n< ai I h 1 V'ilna D v i in G ilicia. i g n 1 BONAR [.AW. Athens: -A i r< ink a (ierman s : I I h sub!" ari launchmaximum range of 5. ed of 16 kn Washington: Arbiti %  nany timi int of I 1 try. i ndon: -The Ru itai is threat* n< d by \ Hinderbergs drive wl en aystho I irts. I'he Turks are said to be firing villages and it is ' %  intend toaban • vv York: Western finan: I mi s J. Hill, arrived her fer wit land and l'i n float R huge loan in th Pari -: \ Madrid a new in rection %  • | : n %  only in Madi i %  ,; the provin ial Amb, lay that IN 2 PIECE and UNION SUITS. SANITARY COOL RELIABLE SOLO BY Wm. Hilton 260 BAY STREET. "The Allies" Try J. C. Coakley's new Id. Cigars The A/lie A I-!' nd of fi iur fim 1 They are good to the end Johnson's Artistic Wood Finishes Johnaon'a Prepared Wax Johnaon'a Wood Dy Johnson's Under La< 1'a Fi.vt Wood Finish n won' • Pa l t iii,r — fin FOR SALE BY Chas. E. Albury White Lime 1 \M VI. E my cni! %  I I ii.. : J • % %  : •.! 1 I' • %  115. ht maki Jw2 Rewstpci. D EWRAIJ 1 x ation le p.to I iin 1 "Leander,"' and n on 1': ida) n ght .: 1 Length of Cli in: in. Aii'. I; I3i ilh in n. %  ially 1 %  d men BOY WANTED in. For Rent A with rind i rt Fii Appl) J S. LAING, Blue Hill TRIBUNE OFFK T. LI. Kn 528 I S now ; • and lir them. tion (iuaran I ; not HE LINI \ STi )RE.j ) HA: I THE EV1 "LAYB" l.ETZ 1 %  teed I ble, Ii • '1 Millin j\Yh R V and Silver, BI Wl i ; I 1 iold 1 ,( rit, I ted I! es. Hid Whit Iin, Itli. W %  1 Silk. I I s i, IQl.y NOTICE TO FRENCH CITIZENS hI ' I ll i1 1 a %  H. F. ARMBRISTRR. c 1 nattlai .'•em foi I ^. X. I'.. wS luly, i 1 Williams' Shoes AVe Better /irrni



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Nvillmtvddlclus |urare In verba m&n'a. o. BOX 108. PUBLISHED DAILY RATES Monday, tt | ,,_ v:;i %  • %  ... 1 • i v Mn itbly RalfYesrl) v i -. 6 %  PAYABLE IN ADVANCE Aclvertiiii | R •. Six | once poi line Foi nrel ii, rtion: thn e i eni < %  \ rr line I insertion ny i a line lor lubaqueol intei Ii in*. \ i ttiaameoti undu tight linet ^~. T-*PUBLISHED AT 4 P.M. "GOVERNMENT NOTICES" '1 he names <>f persons appointed to make out Alpha betical Lists of Voters published. C. (). Anderson, Postmasti r, lias been granted fourteen days sick leave from .5th inst. A. K. Coir, Chief Clerk, has been appointed Acting Postmaster. Miss Olive Preston, has been appointed Acting Clerk in the Registrar of Ri cords Department. Thomas A. T. Munro, liar bom Master, has been granted three months vacation leave. Copy No. 2 (.6. 16th September 1915 His Excellency the Governor dire< ts it to be uoti.ii. d that the undermentioned'officers in the Public service of the Bahamas have been permill .I to enlist in the Contingent which has proceeded i" Jamaica en route for Eng land, for active s< rvii e in the I In y have be< n granted the vacation leave 011 lull pay for three months from the 9th September 1915 with an ex tension of leave for three months on half nay, with the promise that their appoint ments shall be kept open for them. Charles F. Bethel. 2nd Clerk Colonial Secretary's Department. Irwin I. Bain. Clerk Audit I )epai tment. James II. Knowles. Clerk to Public Board of W. rks New Providence and Board of Health. Origen II. Mason, and. Cl< rk Treasury Department. Harold 1). Bascome. Tide waiter Customs Department, Fred< nek C.C. Light bourn! Cadet. I i je II. Johnson. Con Police Force. vidence and Board of Health for the Colony. Richard 1). Brace, to be Acting 2nd Clerk temporari ly, in the Treasury Deparl ment. stable Ponce Aubrey F. Farrington, i'li waiter in the Custom Department has been granted three months ieaveof absence. James Wallace has been appointed acting Tidewaiter in the Customs Department. Victor H. Saunders, has bei 11 appointed a member, temporarily of the Electrical Hoard. The Poll to be held at Polling Division No. 2, Andros will be held by Mr. J. A. Ki Iso instead of Mr. Ezekiel S. Bain. IVuders are invited up to the 20th Sept for laying iron sewi rpipes in the Harbour of Nassau. — :o: — 'Die Motor "Frances E" arlived this afternoon from Miami with mails and passengers. Rum Cay •Aug. 29th, 1915 Teachers and Scholars of St rhe Governor has made Christopher's Sunday School James (1. Kelly, has been appointed Acting Harboui Mas/te, and also Lxamining Acting Clerk to the Pub] Officer. the following actingappoint ments. riieophilous Know h s *rd. C lei U Ci 1I1 mial Secretary's I >ep;i! tun nt to be acting 2nd Clerk. AudlevG. W. Kelly, Ca det t<> be Acting 3rd Clerk Colonial Secretary's Depart ment. Mis-, Agnes (; w,.,, ],_ to De an really had no idea of such occurrence as has just uhlic taken place. You have taken me by surprise, therefore you will be good enough I hope to excuse my unpreparedness and pardon any inappropriate remark which I might make in response to youi able and eloquent address. My stay of more than three years with you is one from experience and also a certain amount of pleasure and satisfaction; and I am more than happy with the. thought that I am leaving behind me marks to which 1 trust you may be able to point with pleasure for many years to come, of my usefulness as a Teacher and a friend. With reference to your remark regarding my apparent unweariness in church work amid opposition, I wish to impress upon you tins fact, that in the Christian's vocation oppositions and disc agements of ever* the stern type are not to bd looked for for who is Christian's Leader but J Christ! and you are all doubt aware of what He IK to put up with while He w here on earth, though Hewa God's own Dear Son. So, toe if we must be his Soldiers, we have to fight manfully under His banner having mind upon the words of the Apostle Haul, namely, "Thou therefore indure hardness as a good soldier of Jesus Christ." Now it would be amiss for me to fail to express to you a sense of the deep obligation lay under to you in havir proved successful in vario instances during my stay wi you; for without your atte tion and support I under heaven could not have made any of the acconplishments of which you have spoken. Hi your midst I am glad to say I have never met with any opposition. You have always given me hearty support in my striving for the good of this church. This has #so' much encouraged me that I wish could ever remain Board of Works for New Pro j which I have gathered much I with you. But you and I Wear A^mbrister's Shoes


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Publication Date: Wednesday, September 15, 1915
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Nvillm- tvddlclus |urare In verba m&n'a Bein bound to swoa.r lo the Dogmas of no Maxtor.
VOL. VII.
Na-.su. N. P.. Bahamas. WEDNESDAY September. 15. 1915
NO. 3T4
I.. GILBKKT DUPUCH,
md /'? pi i,i i
OPPICK
Corner Shirley 6. Charlotte Sla
i V /'. Baka
'PHONE 260. |>. o. BOX 108.
PUBLISHED DAILY
RATES
Monday, tt | ,,_
v:;i ... 1
i v
Mn itbly
RalfYesrl)
v' ....... i
-. 6
PAYABLE IN ADVANCE
Aclvertiiii | R . Six | once poi line
Foi nrel ii, rtion: thn e i eni < \ rr line
I insertion ny i a
line lor lubaqueol intei Ii in*.
\ i ttiaameoti undu tight linet ^~.
T-*- PUBLISHED AT 4 p.m.
"GOVERNMENT NOTICES"
'1 he names <>f persons ap-
pointed to make out Alpha
betical Lists of Voters
published.
C. (). Anderson, Postmasti r,
lias been granted fourteen
days sick leave from .5th inst.
A. K. Coir, Chief Clerk,
has been appointed Acting
Postmaster.
Miss Olive Preston, has
been appointed Acting Clerk
in the Registrar of Ri cords
Department.
Thomas A. T. Munro, liar
bom Master, has been granted
three months vacation leave.
Copy
No. 2 (.6. 16th September 1915
His Excellency the Gov-
ernor dire< ts it to be uoti.ii. d
that the undermentioned'offi-
cers in the Public service of
the Bahamas have been per-
mill .I to enlist in the Con-
tingent which has proceeded
i" Jamaica en route for Eng
land, for active s< rvii e in the
I In y have be< n granted
the vacation leave 011 lull pay
for three months from the 9th
September 1915 with an ex
tension of leave for three
months on half nay, with the
promise that their appoint
ments shall be kept open for
them.
Charles F. Bethel. 2nd
Clerk Colonial Secretary's
Department.
Irwin I. Bain. Clerk Audit
I )epai tment.
James II. Knowles. Clerk
to Public Board of W. rks
New Providence and Board
of Health.
_ Origen II. Mason, and.
Cl< rk Treasury Department.
Harold 1). Bascome. Tide
waiter Customs Department,
Fred< nek C.C. Light bourn!
Cadet.
I i je II. Johnson. Con
Police Force.
vidence and Board of Health
for the Colony.
Richard 1). Brace, to be
Acting 2nd Clerk temporari
ly, in the Treasury Deparl
ment.
stable Ponce
Aubrey F. Farrington,
! i'li waiter in the Custom
Department has been granted
three months ieaveof absence.
James Wallace has been
appointed acting Tidewaiter
in the Customs Department.
Victor H. Saunders, has
bei 11 appointed a member,
temporarily of the Electrical
Hoard.
The Poll to be held at
Polling Division No. 2, An-
dros will be held by Mr. J. A.
Ki Iso instead of Mr. Ezekiel
S. Bain.
IVuders are invited up to
the 20th Sept for laying iron
sewi rpipes in the Harbour
of Nassau.
:o:
'Die Motor "Frances E" ar-
lived this afternoon from Miami
with mails and passengers.
Rum Cay
Aug. 29th, 1915
Teachers and Scholars of St
rhe Governor has made Christopher's Sunday School
James (1. Kelly, has been
appointed Acting Harboui
Mas/te, and also Lxamining Acting Clerk to the Pub]
Officer.
the following actingappoint
ments.
riieophilous Know h s *rd.
C lei U Ci 1I1 mial Secretary's
I >ep;i! tun nt to be acting 2nd
Clerk.
Audlev- G. W. Kelly, Ca
det t<> be Acting 3rd Clerk
Colonial Secretary's Depart
ment.
Mis-, Agnes (; w,.,, ],_ to De
an
really had no idea of such
occurrence as has just
uhlic
taken place. You have taken
me by surprise, therefore you
will be good enough I hope
to excuse my unpreparedness
and pardon any inappropri-
ate remark which I might
make in response to youi
able and eloquent address.
My stay of more than three
years with you is one from
experience and also a certain
amount of pleasure and satis-
faction; and I am more than
happy with the. thought that
I am leaving behind me marks
to which 1 trust you may be
able to point with pleasure
for many years to come, of
my usefulness as a Teacher
and a friend.
With reference to your re-
mark regarding my apparent
unweariness in church work
amid opposition, I wish to
impress upon you tins fact,
that in the Christian's voca-
tion oppositions and disc
agements of ever* the
stern type are not to bd
looked for for who is
Christian's Leader but J
Christ! and you are all
doubt aware of what He Ik
to put up with while He w
here on earth, though Hewa
God's own Dear Son. So, toe
if we must be his Soldiers, we
have to fight manfully under
His banner having mind up-
on the words of the Apostle
Haul, namely, "Thou there-
fore indure hardness as a
good soldier of Jesus Christ."
Now it would be amiss for
me to fail to express to you a
sense of the deep obligation
lay under to you in havir
proved successful in vario
instances during my stay wi
you; for without your atte
tion and support I under
heaven could not have made
any of the acconplishments
of which you have spoken.
Hi your midst I am glad to
say I have never met with any
opposition. You have always
given me hearty support in
my striving for the good of
this church. This has #so'
much encouraged me that I
wish could ever remain
Board of Works for New Pro j which I have gathered much I with you. But you and I
Wear A^mbrister's Shoes


ill mind, that
ari-
cms i ; ...; ,., ght to
bi to meet
Yet I i nnol

I
. me and m
I trust that 5
And I vill
rais< rtiiy
I
; and
that He will al
u.
I remain
in. lefuily
RODERICK.
LATST~
War News.
Septeml : 5.
idon, 14th.
j


it. ['hi 1
}ties and

k I I ;
it
i
L Ru nent
bi I
iv e n< ai I h
1 V'ilna
D v i
!
in G ilicia.
i g n 1
BONAR [.AW.
Athens: -A i r<
! ink a (ierman s
: I
I h sub-
ari launch-
maximum
range of 5.
ed of 16 kn
Washington: Arbiti
-
nany timi
int of I
1 try.
i ndon: -The Ru
itai is threat* n< d by \
Hinderbergs drive wl
en aystho
I
irts.
I'he Turks are said to be
firing villages and it is '
' intend toaban

vv York: Western finan-
:' I mi s J. Hill,
arrived her
fer wit
land and l'i n
float r huge loan in th
Pari -: \ Madrid
! a new in
rection |
: n only in Madi i
,; the provin ial
Amb,
lay that
IN 2 PIECE and
UNION SUITS.
SANITARY
COOL
RELIABLE
SOLO BY
Wm. Hilton
260 BAY STREET.
"The Allies"
Try J. C. Coakley's
new Id. Cigars
The A/lie
A I-!' nd of fi iur fim
1 -
They are good to the end
Johnson's
Artistic Wood
Finishes
Johnaon'a Prepared Wax
Johnaon'a Wood Dy
Johnson's Under La<
1'a Fi.vt Wood Finish
n .
won' Pa l t iii,r fin
FOR SALE BY
Chas. E. Albury
White Lime
1\M VI. E
my cni!

I
I ii..
:
J : .! 1 I' .
115.
ht maki .
Jw2 Rewstpci.
D EWRAIJ
1 x
ation le p.to
I iin 1
"Leander,"' and n
on 1': ida) n ght .: 1
Length of Cli in:
in.
Aii'. I;
I3i ilh in n.

ially
.
1
d men
BOY WANTED
. in.
For Rent
A with
rind i rt Fii
Appl) J S. LAING,
Blue Hill
TRIBUNE OFFK
T. LI. Kn
528
IS now
; and
lir them.
tion (iuaran I
; not
HE LINI \ STi )RE.j
)
Ha:
I
THE EV1 "LAYB" l.ETZ
1 teed I ble,
Ii .
'1
. Millin
j\Yh R V and
Silver, BI
Wl i ; !
I ,
1 iold
1
,(
rit, I ted I!
es.
Hid
Whit
Iin,
Itli.
W 1 Silk.
I
I si, IQl.y
NOTICE TO FRENCH CITIZENS
h-
I
' '
I
ll i-
1 1 a

H. F. ARMBRISTRR.
c 1 nattlai .'- em foi I ^.
X. I'.. wS
luly, i 1
Williams' Shoes AVe Better
/irrni


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