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L. OILISKKT DUI'lCir. Editor iiul Propritttr. OPFICM Corner 8hlrly 6, Chivrlottc Sts A assail, N, /'. E lAatnai "PHONE ZOO. P. o. BOX 183. PUBLISHED DAILY RATES Monday, V. i . and Friday— single copy Jd Tuesday, ani Thurt li copy id Saturday single copy ijd Weekly 5 d M tlilv i>. i< i S uarterly ... ... 4s. 6d alfYea'ilv a s, 1 [ 8s PATARLB IN ADVANCK Advertising Rates :—Si pence perline for In-• three pi e pei line forte srtion; and nne|ienn) pe line for subsqueot insertin 1-. AdvertiseneDts UD lei eight lii B I Zhc tribune TUESDAY. October 4, 1915. 4M PUBLISHED AT.) P. M. Fall In Attention Right Dress Right Turn By Your Left Quick March To the Barracks and ENLIST Our readers will, we are sure, be pleased to read that our Contingent was well received at Jamaica as appears by the extract from a lengthy article in the Jamaica Gleaner of 21st September the day irrival which npp tge and e extracts from i^J^ ''' letter which appears l>"r*s. The Gleaner also gives a of one section of the Contingent and promises its readers the other section in its next pears on out th days issue, and further refers to the Contingent in its leader of that date which for lack of 1 impelled to defer for another issue. We musi all feel very much gratified by this kindliness of our sister colony, it is encouraging to the men who are there and also to those who are to follow. 1ST BAHAMAS CONTINGENT Extracts Fn >m Letters ReD ived From VV.F. ALBURY, Officer in Chai Jamaica 22nd Si pteml \\e arrived all well Monday morning. We w< re met on thewhari byayoungLieutenant and taken to Up Park Camp fn a car. We are very comfortably fixed at the Barracks and well taken care of. It will be appn ciated by those in Nassau to know that two members of the Recruiting Committee had arranged to meet us on arrival. At the Barracks our Photo was at once taken. Their motor car was placed at my disposal, and 1 was taken to the Colonial Secretary's Office where I reported. It will also be gratifying to the Recruiting Committee to know they were highly congratulated here on their promptness in getting through our CoutingerrLin so irt a time. The good showing of our little Company and their smai 1 appearance has been mentioned to me by several of the officers. We expe.t to be in Jamaica ab >ul one mouth. The boys are all verv happy and contented, they look forward to the 5 a. m. bugle and the variety of duties, and the drill for the day. They have a spit ndid swim ming pool in the grounds, and good shower baths from the mountain. Farrington and Mason have .een made Corporals, and I havT55*?r7 promised provj tion bv the Brigadier General in charge. No. 1$ (Matthew Armbristei. Cat Island) regrets when lights arc put out at ro.15 p.m., he is si i happy. The Contingent send kindest regards to Recruiting Committee, and all inquil ing friends. :o: — The Mail Ste imer Havana" an ived from Sew York early tins morning. The following passengers wentransferred to the tender "Colonia" and the ship proceeded to 1 lavana with 1 j'j passengi 1 s for that city: Misses R ca B. Cat Margaret C itie, Dorothy E, V. Jellii 01 and I).irolhj Parkinson ; M sdames I lora Amoiiry and infant, Iva Bli by and infant. \ ;nes Cameron, and Margan I Jellicoe ; Mr. and Mrs. Joseph S. Chichestei. Mr, and Mrs. John Irwin, Mr. and Mrs. Robert II. lawyer, Dr. and Mi %  •. Walter Hi ;s Messrs R berl \V. 1). Albury, Phillip Bailey, Howard T. Brice, John I. Crimmins, Irving W. Davi n. Ralph J. Griffith, George I learn, Daniel Lufkin, Charles H. Mather, Angus I.. Pringle, I. Albert Richardson, Albert K. Sands and Jordon W. Sands; Masti is Sii eied Ann out y and Robert II. bawyer [r. Mesdame Violet V!. Burnside and infant, and Margaret Christie. Miss Elsie Gibson; Mrs. Julia Tale; Mr. and Mis. Gerald Cespedes; Messrs Timothy Bain, Wi 11 i a rn Humes, and Rupert Perpall. —:o: — Mr. Abraham Van Winkle died recently at his home in New Jersey from a stroke of A pi iplex-y. Further not ice will appear in a latei issue. — :o.— It is rumoured that(irahamWhite, the famous aviator has been discovered to be a spy and has bl eil shot in the Tower of London. Fo> Results Advertise in The Tribune. Rolleville Exuma Sept. 30th 1915. Editor of Tiibum 1 ribune Office Nassau. I >ear Mr. Editor, /^%, With regard to a letti i W( n iticed in Tribune oi 7th August, we would like to express our congratulations through your medium to the people 0* Steven ton' in 'the way that they spoke of our Commissioner. 1 here is a bond of sympathy betwei n us of Rblle Villeand Steventpn in this respect, < >ur Commissioner di 1 sn't know who to treal us cordially, or if he di M s. he doesn'l show ii, tl is no one thatjhas had a case in the Court, that didn't leave with a grievance, one is buffed up and insulted just as il t here was no just ice for him. It itrue Mr. T.ditoi thai we are ignorant people, men I) tillers of the soil, but We do want justki and that wi cannot find in our Comtnissii mer. 'Thanking you for spa< e, Yours, ROLLEVILLE. Radiograms October 4th 1915. London, 2nd:—Heavy fighting continues on both the East era and Western frontiers but it lacks the dramatic featu/i B afforded by the early stages of the Allies big offensive which started a week ago today and resulted in a considerable gam "f ground in Champagne and Artois still held by the Allies, or the great drives which the AustnvGermans made against the Russians and which in five months carried them from West cm Galicia to the Western bor dei of old Russia. In the W <-si the Allit s, in the face of fm ioits (ierman counti r ana l.s are holding their m-.w position and are themselves making local attacks which the tiwmans claim to have repulsed. Official reports do not exactly agree as to what is going on in Champagne and Artois but apparently both sides are taking part in attacks naturally follow when one .11 m\ is attempting to consolidate 1 he gn tund won. 7



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In their reports the French say they have made some prograss 00 the heights of La Folie in the Souchez area as well as in Cliampngne. Cni/^Jte with the Allies cnptiTred of nearly 30.000 prisoners, 140 guns and innu in irable machine guns the (1 irm HIS claim to have taken 15.00 > men and *>i machine guns. I emporarily the great of fensive may be considered at an end and the question is h ing asked as to whi re the nexl attempt to pierce the German line will he made. That one will he made no 1) M1\ here doubts and the expectation is that it will not long hi' delayed. Russia lias been relieved to some extenl by ihe with drawal of German troops to ni". ; the 1 iftensive in the W< si and to supply a contingent for the enterprise against Serbia. Russia appeals to he hoi I ing her own along virtu illy hen ntiic front. At any rate the Germans make no • laim to advances except by Von Lensingen who is moving for ward slowly. In Galicia and at several other points the Russians have taken the often give and are delivering li":i\ v blows against the invaders. M any orthese attacks, accord ing to German accounts, have : repulsed. It is said that Germany has taken the offensiveagainst Serbia independently of A us tria and a Bucar ist report asserts that the (iermans have attempted without success to cross the Danube near Sem endrai. It is at this point that the main Serbian railway in 1st nearly approaches the frontier, October 5th 1915. I .ondon, .jth. Govern* >i. Bahamas. ( ) i ial News: General I ; n '1 rep r g ts that British en inter-attacks Friday night secured its objective, viz: recapturedJ, *ot two German trenches. The French report some progress in Artois also Champagne where > nnsiderahle part of the enemys salient N01 th of Mesnil was cap* tured. Russia reports German attacks near Dvinsk were repulsed. The Germans were also rep ilsed in the Vileika I district A Russia*) ultimatum has been sent t.> Bulgaria. Signed) BONAR LAW. London': It is reported that two powerful Russian squadrons are off the Bulgarian Co 1st, m u Varna. Bet lin: I rench killed, wounded and prisi ners in the nt VVi stei n /one offensive were 1 ji I # I 0 1 and Brit ish 6o.The I1 1 lossi s were abait 40. 0 Siifia: --It w 1 'la iallv deI fn Saturday that Get m.in 1 ffi ei in chargi of Bulgarian military or t hat Gi rmany was supplying Bulgarian with fund >. Athens—Sunday: —It is reported that the landing of I French troops at Salonika is for the purpose of assisting I Greece as an entente ally. Greece seized Macedonian railways of which two are Austrian and one French. Paris: -French troops, made progress North of Arras. 1 here is continuous fighting in the vicinity of NouvrOD .and Quenneviers and artillery engagements in Champagne district. Be: lin: -Two British monitors were damaged by Geri man naval airs hips oft Belgium. The Germans made Further gain irgainsl t ; :" British near 1.00s hut I1st part < f a treqeh to the French near Givenchy, October 5th, 1915. Londi a. 3rd. The Russian Minister at Sofia h is been ordered by his government to leave the Bulgarian i apital if within _• | IK. ins Bulgaria does not openlj break with the central powi rs and dismiss the German and Austrian officers in that country directing the operations of King Ferdinands army. The other powers of the quadl Ugle entente are hacking up Russia 111 this demand and Bulgaria must decide within the next few hours on o nit 1 nued neutral i t y or throwing in her lot with the central powet It is considered certain here that King Ferdinand and Prem i e r Radowslavofl h a v e made their choice and are await ing only the completion of mobilization to strike at Sei via and Ru >sia, and to "I" n the road to Constantinople who has been anxiously waiiing for many we :ks for promised aid from the C< lltl.it poWl 1 s (ir< ece, it is b 'lieved, will live up to her agreement with S rbia ind go (•> her assis tani e if she is at tacked by her libour. The attitude of Roumania, which remains a partially mobilized spectator, remains uncertain. Although fully confident of their ability to handle the situation the Allies do not belittle it. which accounts in some respects for their activity. Rain and Mud lias prevented the Allies from continuing their full offensive. In Artois, however, lighting nf a stubborn na tore is still going 011. Success here as in Champagne is varying although the Allies aie holding virtually all the ground gained in last week's thrust. The German wedge pointing towards Molodechno lias been thrust back. The failure of this German effort has materially improved the situation and is is not believed that the Tuetoos can. for some lime, concentrate lor another drive The general staff call at ten lio.1 to completion of the task uf straightening the hue South shellac or \..: nish Johnson's Flat Wood Finish —fora beautiful, artistic, liarut-ruhhi'il effect with 'tit tinexpense of rubl ing, Johnson's Past' Wood Filler— for filling the grain "nil pom of wood, preparing i-t foi tin' finish. Johnson's Powdered Wax lot bat room Boon. FOR SALP; BY Chas. E. 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admirably, and do credit to the instruction they have received from their drill sergeants. The example so well set by Dr. J. Baird AI bury has been splendidly followed, and hospitality of every description lias been offered the contingent. They are our local heroes, and very properly their doings and their sayings are matters of supreme general interest. Their march to the Cathedral on Sunday morning was practically their first formal public appearance, and this was followed on Monday afternoon by an inspection of the detachment by llis Ex cellcncy the Governor. A lai^r crowd was present in the bar rack grounds, and the men were put through their drill by the Commandant, when the great progress that they have made in the fortningtil they have been in training was ob vious to all. At the conclusion of the interesting physical ex ercises which followed, Mis Ex cellency briefly addressed the contingent, and after expressing his appreciation of their ap pearance and drill and regret ting that their numbers were not three hundred instead of thirty, he told the men, amidst loud cheers, that he had every confidence that on the comple tion of their training they would compare favourably with any body of men of a similar size anywhere in the Kmpire and that he well knew that the lion our of the colony was safe in their keeping—sentimen's well and vigorously expressed which went straight to the hearts of all present." (to be continued) For Sale O NE horse and carriage in good condition. Cab No.| 24. Apply JAMES KELLY, Cabman No. 56. White Lime I AM offering FOK SALE my entire stock (if White Lime of about 800 bushels at 6d. per bushel. Orders left at Mr. Solomon I'inlayson, l)eveau\ St. or Phone 258 or "The Tribune" Office. JosiAll JUAHMING Shingles Best No. 1 Heart 5in. Cypress. Shingles at $9.60 per tbous sand of 20 bundles Discounts on lots of over 5000 shingles. Special Price also on cheaper grades—also 5'm. Cypress ,-it .*' ,73 per thousand of 20 bundles. This price made possible by a very large purchase. Fresh stock arriving every week. C. C SAUNDERS. T. M. Knowles 528 Bay Street. I S now prepared to supply Rubber Tires for Babies Carriages, also to reset, and repair them. Satisfaction Guaranteed. Johnson's Artistic Wood Finishes Johnson's Prepared Wax—a com plete finish and polilh for all Furniture woodwork and floor*. Johnson's Wood Dye—for the artistic coloring of all wood, soft or hard Johnson's Under Lac-a spirit finish, very much su|>crior to shellac or vajnish Johnson's Flat Wood Finish—for a beautiful, artistic, hand-rubhod effect without the expense of rubbiltff. Johnson's Pa.ste Wood Filler—for filling the grain and ponl of wood, preparing i for the finish. Johnson's PowdSred Wax — for bal room floors. FOR. SALE BY WA. MATHER 1 UNDERTAKER D ESIKKS In inform his.fi iciuls and tin 1 Public ihntlfc has 1 just rt'ccivp.i a complete outfit of Facilities fm the buisness of an undertaker, which places him in 1 position to carrj out Funerals that may be entrusted to his care with sy-tem and despatch; and respect fully solicits thai 1 patronage Get my Prices first and prove that these are the very lowest for the first class work. (THE LINEN STORE.; and Have Received The Latest Spring N^jtelty THE NEW "LAVE" iiiTS Guaranteed Untarnishable, and Washable. Suitable for Waists, Yokes, Dresses, Millinery. White and Black, White and Silver, Black and Silver. White and Gold Ei^tkJtfjaL Gold. H. !i.dr..j^a4^|MF ix. Illue :mfF|HMB^ 7( '>"!


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I NulliviN niKlliiiio |\irnrc in verb* nmKlilrl. Balng bound lo mtur to ihc Dogmas of no Master. VOL. XII. MkMiu. N. P.. B&h&inM, TUESDAY. October. 5. 1915 NO. 571. The Arrival of The Bahamas Contingent Schooner Yaruna Come Into Port Decked from Stem to Stern VOLUNTEERS FOR WAR Men are Taken Charge Of by Military Authorities at Camp To Wait for Our Contingent D ECKED from stem to ster.i with flags, the British schooner Varuna came into purl yesterday rooming from the Bahama Islands, bringing the Bahama contingent, which, along with the local men will shortly be going to England for active service. The contingent numbered thirty-one men all told including Mr. W. F. Albury who came in charge. His cousin Dr. R. \V. Albury,a well known Dentist at Nassau, also came along with the Contingent, although he is not attached to it, and hopes, il possible, to ac company the men on active service. They are a fine body of men and attired in khaki uniforms with service caps, presented quite a smart appearance as they landed from the Varuna at the pier of Messrs. Fred L, Myers and Son yesterday morning. The Varuna left Nassau, Mew Providence, on the qth of Sep tember after the Contingent had been given a hearty lend off by the Governor and people of the Bahamas. The vessel •tapped at Ragged Island to take in a cargo of salt for Mes srs. Fred L. Myers and Son her stay llitre lasting from Sunday the 12th to Wednesday the 15th. There was some trouble with the labourers who were engag td to load the vessel and the members of the Contingent fjot busy and practically loaded the vessel themselves, working night and day until the job was complete. Indeed it did credit to tin 1 men, who, burning with a desire to serve their King and country, were determined that nothing should keep them back from reaching Jamaica so long as they could help it. They are anxious to get out and prepare for the firing line so thev loaded the ship and saved a delay that otherwise might have been serious. On leaving Ragged Island, the Varuna shaped her course for Kingston, experiencing heavy head winds as the voyage progressed Morant Point was sighted on Sunday and the vessel reached Port Royal at 11 o'clock on Sunday night. The voyage, on account of the unexpected delay at Wagged Island, was longer than anticipated and the rn 1 ions were running short but this dirt riot assume a very serious aspect. The men, however, were verv glad when they reached Kingston and enjoyed a good breakfast on arrival. TAKEN TO UP-PARK CAMP The members of the Contingent were taken to (Jp-Park Camp by electric cars, and were taken charge of by the military authorities, Lieut. Larmier of the 1st battalion W. I. R. being put in command of the men who will be trained along with other recruits of the W. I. R. They are quartered in one of the barrack rooms within the enclosure,and every thing is being done to make them comfortable and happy. Two members of the Jamaica War Contingent Committee, visited the men in Camp yesterday, and afterwards took Mr. W. F. Albury who came in charge of the nn n, to the Colo nial Secretary's Office where they introduced him to the li 1. Robert Johnstons, Acting Colohial Se< retary. Mi. \lbury brought despatch es from the Governor of the Ba hamas lo liis Excellency the "jov rr.or of Jamaica, which he handed over to the Acting Co lonial Secretary. Later in the day Mr. W ,F. Albury by special appointment called on His Ex cellency Sir William Manning at King's House and subsequent ly on Brigadier-General Black den at Trafalgar Park. Mr. W. F. Albury who came in charge of the Contingent was employed iif the Bank of Nas sail ane gave up his position so a? to take charge of the Con tingent and proceed to Jamaica and thence to England. His cousin, Mr. R. VV. Albury is a well known dentist in Nassau and he too has come along with the Contingent. His wish is to Among other members of the Contingent are Mr. Frederick C. C. Lightbourn, a Clerk in the Colonial Secretary's De partment at Nassau, Mr. George M. Cole Jr., a Hank Clerk at Nassau, and Irwin S. Bain an Audit Oflicc Clerk. The full list of members of the contingent is as follows: (1) William Fletcher Albury, (2) William Thompson, (3) George Aranha, (4) George Maurice Cole, (5) Irwin Simon Bain, (6) Holbreton William Browne, (7) Origen Hermas Mason, (8) Henry Archil aid Roach, (9.) Frederick Clement Cornelius Lightbourn, (10) S ney Cuthbeit Farrington, (11 1 James Roderick Taylor, (12! Hersal Stanley Hall,' (13) Robert Livingstone Atwell, (14) Charles Bain, (15) Mathew Armbrister, (16) Chailes Perciva Bethel, 1T7I Artie Kemp, (18 Reginald Walters Wood, fig' Harold D. Bascome, (20) Fre derick Flowers, (21) Austin Vincent Roberts, (22) Arthur Henry Fountain, (23) James Bain, (241 George Hubert Johnson, (25) Charles Bethel, (aC) John Demeritte. (27) Austin Dean, (28) John Williams, (29) Bruce Marshall Maura, (30) James Henry Knowles. In its issue of the 8th of September, the "Nassau Guardian" dealing with the contingent says: "During the past few days remain with the Contingent in I nothing has loomed so large in Camp whilst in Jamaica and he I the local mind—not even the is also hoping that he will be j war itself—as the coming and able to proceed to England I goings of the Bahamas Contra along with them. It might be gent. Since the men were put mentioned that a brother of Mr. into uniform last week they R. W. Albury is a Medical OITi have been familiar sight ab£Uf cer at Nassau, who has subscrib the city, and foi pj^,Yo\v the ed very liberally to the various first time in U/rhistory the War Funds raised at that place. : streets of Na^nui have witness Bp to the present time, he has led thfc^-./ctni le of the SOLgiven about A,000 to.: r '/MBlfsONS OF THE-COLOous funds, including £400 to I NY clad in Khaki, strolling the London "Times" Fund for about or marching along in ;l buying a motor ambulance. 'body.* The men have shri| %  Wear Ar-mbrister's Shoes


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NulliviN niKlliiiio |\irnrc in verb* nmKlilrl.
Balng bound lo mtur to ihc Dogmas of no Master.
VOL. XII.
MkMiu. N. P.. B&h&inM, TUESDAY. October. 5. 1915
NO. 571.
The Arrival of The Bahamas
Contingent
Schooner Yaruna Come Into Port Decked
from Stem to Stern
VOLUNTEERS FOR WAR
Men are Taken Charge Of by Military
Authorities at Camp
To Wait for Our Contingent
DECKED from stem to ster.i
with flags, the British
schooner Varuna came into purl
yesterday rooming from the
Bahama Islands, bringing the
Bahama contingent, which,
along with the local men will
shortly be going to England
for active service.
The contingent numbered
thirty-one men all told includ-
ing Mr. W. F. Albury who
came in charge. His cousin
Dr. R. \V. Albury,a well known
Dentist at Nassau, also came
along with the Contingent,
although he is not attached to
it, and hopes, il possible, to ac
company the men on active
service.
They are a fine body of men
and attired in khaki uniforms
with service caps, presented
quite a smart appearance as
they landed from the Varuna at
the pier of Messrs. Fred L, Myers
and Son yesterday morning.
The Varuna left Nassau, Mew
Providence, on the qth of Sep
tember after the Contingent
had been given a hearty lend
off by the Governor and people
of the Bahamas. The vessel
tapped at Ragged Island to
take in a cargo of salt for Mes
srs. Fred L. Myers and Son her
stay llitre lasting from Sunday
the 12th to Wednesday the 15th.
There was some trouble with
the labourers who were engag
td to load the vessel and the
members of the Contingent fjot
busy and practically loaded the
vessel themselves, working
night and day until the job was
complete. Indeed it did credit
to tin1 men, who, burning with
a desire to serve their King and
country, were determined that
nothing should keep them back
from reaching Jamaica so long
as they could help it. They
are anxious to get out and pre-
pare for the firing line so thev
loaded the ship and saved a de-
lay that otherwise might have
been serious.
On leaving Ragged Island,
the Varuna shaped her course
for Kingston, experiencing hea-
vy head winds as the voyage
progressed Morant Point was
sighted on Sunday and the ves-
sel reached Port Royal at 11
o'clock on Sunday night. The
voyage, on account of the un-
expected delay at Wagged Is-
land, was longer than anticipa-
ted and the rn 1 ions were running
short but this dirt riot assume a
very serious aspect. The men,
however, were verv glad when
they reached Kingston and en-
joyed a good breakfast on ar-
rival.
TAKEN TO UP-PARK CAMP
The members of the Contin-
gent were taken to (Jp-Park
Camp by electric cars, and
were taken charge of by the
military authorities, Lieut.
Larmier of the 1st battalion W.
I. R. being put in command of
the men who will be trained
along with other recruits of the
W. I. R. They are quartered
in one of the barrack rooms
within the enclosure,and every
thing is being done to make
them comfortable and happy.
Two members of the Jamaica
War Contingent Committee,
visited the men in Camp yes-
terday, and afterwards took
Mr. W. F. Albury who came in
charge of the nn n, to the Colo
nial Secretary's Office where
they introduced him to the
li 1. Robert Johnstons, Acting
Colohial Se< retary.
Mi. \lbury brought despatch
es from the Governor of the Ba
hamas lo liis Excellency the
"jov rr.or of Jamaica, which he
handed over to the Acting Co
lonial Secretary. Later in the
day Mr. W ,F. Albury by special
appointment called on His Ex
cellency Sir William Manning
at King's House and subsequent
ly on Brigadier-General Black
den at Trafalgar Park.
Mr. W. F. Albury who came
in charge of the Contingent was
employed iif the Bank of Nas
sail ane gave up his position so
a? to take charge of the Con
tingent and proceed to Jamaica
and thence to England. His
cousin, Mr. R. VV. Albury is a
well known dentist in Nassau
and he too has come along with
the Contingent. His wish is to
Among other members of the
Contingent are Mr. Frederick
C. C. Lightbourn, a Clerk in
the Colonial Secretary's De
partment at Nassau, Mr. George
M. Cole Jr., a Hank Clerk at
Nassau, and Irwin S. Bain an
Audit Oflicc Clerk.
The full list of members of
the contingent is as follows:
(1) William Fletcher Albury,
(2) William Thompson, (3)
George Aranha, (4) George
Maurice Cole, (5) Irwin Simon
Bain, (6) Holbreton William
Browne, (7) Origen Hermas
Mason, (8) Henry Archil aid
Roach, (9.) Frederick Clement
Cornelius Lightbourn, (10) S
ney Cuthbeit Farrington, (111
James Roderick Taylor, (12!
Hersal Stanley Hall,' (13) Ro-
bert Livingstone Atwell, (14)
Charles Bain, (15) Mathew Arm-
brister, (16) Chailes Perciva
Bethel, 1T7I Artie Kemp, (18
Reginald Walters Wood, fig'
Harold D. Bascome, (20) Fre
derick Flowers, (21) Austin
Vincent Roberts, (22) Arthur
Henry Fountain, (23) James
Bain, (241 George Hubert John-
son, (25) Charles Bethel, (aC)
John Demeritte. (27) Austin
Dean, (28) John Williams, (29)
Bruce Marshall Maura, (30)
James Henry Knowles.
In its issue of the 8th of Sep-
tember, the "Nassau Guardian"
dealing with the contingent
says:
"During the past few days
remain with the Contingent in I nothing has loomed so large in
Camp whilst in Jamaica and he I the local mindnot even the
is also hoping that he will be j war itselfas the coming and
able to proceed to England I goings of the Bahamas Contra
along with them. It might be gent. Since the men were put
mentioned that a brother of Mr. into uniform last week they
R. W. Albury is a Medical OITi have been familiar sight abUf
cer at Nassau, who has subscrib the city, and foi pj^,Yo\v the
ed very liberally to the various first time in U/rhistory the
War Funds raised at that place. : streets of Na^nui have witness
Bp to the present time, he has led thfc^-./ctni le of the SOL-
given about A,000 to.: ,r '/MBlfsONS OF THE-COLO-
ous funds, including 400 to I NY clad in Khaki, strolling
the London "Times" Fund for about or marching along in ;l
buying a motor ambulance. 'body.* The men have shri|

Wear Ar-mbrister's Shoes
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TUESDAY. October 4, 1915.
4M PUBLISHED AT.) P. M.
Fall In
Attention
Right Dress
Right Turn
By Your Left
Quick March
To the Barracks
and ENLIST
Our readers will, we are
sure, be pleased to read that
our Contingent was well re-
ceived at Jamaica as appears
by the extract from a lengthy
article in the Jamaica Glea-
ner of 21st September the day
irrival which np-
p tge and
e extracts from i^J^ '''
letter which appears l>"r*s.
The Gleaner also gives a
of one section of the Contin-
gent and promises its readers
the other section in its next
pears on out
th
days issue, and further refers
to the Contingent in its lea-
der of that date which for
lack of 1 impell-
ed to defer for another issue.
We musi all feel very much
gratified by this kindliness of
our sister colony, it is en-
couraging to the men who
are there and also to those
who are to follow.
1st Bahamas Contingent
Extracts Fn >m Letters Re-
d ived From VV.F. ALBURY,
Officer in Chai
Jamaica 22nd Si pteml
\\e arrived all well Mon-
day morning. We w< re met
on thewhari byayoungLieu-
tenant and taken to Up Park
Camp fn a car.
We are very comfortably
fixed at the Barracks and well
taken care of.
It will be appn ciated by
those in Nassau to know that
two members of the Recruit-
ing Committee had arranged
to meet us on arrival.
At the Barracks our Photo
was at once taken.
Their motor car was plac-
ed at my disposal, and 1 was
taken to the Colonial Secre-
tary's Office where I reported.
It will also be gratifying to
the Recruiting Committee to
know they were highly con-
gratulated here on their
promptness in getting
through our CoutingerrLin so
irt a time.
The good showing of our
little Company and their
smai 1 appearance has been
mentioned to me by several
of the officers.
We expe.t to be in Jamai-
ca ab >ul one mouth.
The boys are all verv happy
and contented, they look for-
ward to the 5 a. m. bugle and
the variety of duties, and the
drill for the day.
They have a spit ndid swim
ming pool in the grounds,
and good shower baths from
the mountain.
Farrington and Mason have
.een made Corporals, and I
havT55*?r7 promised provj
tion bv the Brigadier General
in charge.
No. 1$ (Matthew Armbris-
tei. Cat Island) regrets when
lights arc put out at ro.15
p.m., he is si i happy.
The Contingent send kind-
est regards to Recruiting
Committee, and all inquil ing
friends.
:o:
The Mail Ste imer Hava-
na" an ived from Sew York
early tins morning. The fol-
lowing passengers wen- trans-
ferred to the tender "Colonia"
and the ship proceeded to
1 lavana with 1 j'j passengi 1 s
for that city:
Misses R ca B. Cat
Margaret C itie, Dorothy
E, V. Jellii 01 and I).irolhj
Parkinson ; M sdames I lora
Amoiiry and infant, Iva Bli by
and infant. \ ;nes Cameron,
and Margan I Jellicoe ; Mr.
and Mrs. Joseph S. Chiches-
tei. Mr, and Mrs. John Irwin,
Mr. and Mrs. Robert II. law-
yer, Dr. and Mi . Walter Hi ;s
Messrs R berl \V. 1). Albury,
Phillip Bailey, Howard T.
Brice, John I. Crimmins, Irv-
ing W. Davi n. Ralph J.
Griffith, George I learn,
Daniel Lufkin, Charles H.
Mather, Angus I.. Pringle, I.
Albert Richardson, Albert K.
Sands and Jordon W. Sands;
Masti is Sii eied Ann out y and
Robert II. bawyer [r.
Mesdame Violet V!. Burn-
side and infant, and Margaret
Christie.
Miss Elsie Gibson; Mrs.
Julia Tale; Mr. and Mis.
Gerald Cespedes; Messrs
Timothy Bain, Wi 11 i a rn
Humes, and Rupert Perpall.
:o:
Mr. Abraham Van Winkle
died recently at his home in
New Jersey from a stroke of
A pi iplex-y.
Further not ice will appear
in a latei issue.
:o.
It is rumoured that(iraham-
White, the famous aviator
has been discovered to be a
spy and has bl eil shot in the
Tower of London.
Fo> Results
Advertise in
The Tribune.
Rolleville Exuma
Sept. 30th 1915.
Editor of Tiibum
1 ribune Office
Nassau.
I >ear Mr. Editor, /^%,
With regard to a letti i W(
n iticed in Tribune oi 7th
August, we would like to
express our congratulations
through your medium to the
people 0* Steven ton' in 'the
way that they spoke of our
Commissioner. 1 here is a
bond of sympathy betwei n us
of Rblle Villeand Steventpn
in this respect, < >ur Com-
missioner di 1 sn't know who
to treal us cordially, or if he
di m s. he doesn'l show ii, tl
is no one thatjhas had a case
in the Court, that didn't leave
with a grievance, one is buff-
ed up and insulted just as il
t here was no just ice for him.
It i- true Mr. T.ditoi thai we
are ignorant people, men I)
tillers of the soil, but We do
want justki and that wi can-
not find in our Comtnissii mer.
'Thanking you for spa< e,
Yours,
ROLLEVILLE.
Radiograms
October 4th 1915.
London, 2nd:Heavy fight-
ing continues on both the East
era and Western frontiers but it
lacks the dramatic featu/i B af-
forded by the early stages of
the Allies big offensive which
started a week ago today and
resulted in a considerable gam
"f ground in Champagne and
Artois still held by the Allies,
or the great drives which the
AustnvGermans made against
the Russians and which in five
months carried them from West
cm Galicia to the Western bor
dei of old Russia.
In the W <-si the Allit s, in the
face of fm ioits (ierman counti r
ana l.s are holding their m-.w
position and are themselves
making local attacks which the
tiwmans claim to have repulsed.
Official reports do not exactly
agree as to what is going on in
Champagne and Artois but
apparently both sides are
taking part in attacks natur-
ally follow when one .11 m\
is attempting to consolidate
1 he gn tund won. 7


In their reports the French
say they have made some pro-
grass 00 the heights of La
Folie in the Souchez area as
well as in Cliampngne.
Cni/^Jte with the Allies
cnptiTred of nearly 30.000
prisoners, 140 guns and innu
in irable machine guns the
(1 irm his claim to have taken
15.00 > men and *>i machine
guns.
I emporarily the great of
fensive may be considered at
an end and the question is
h ing asked as to whi re the
nexl attempt to pierce the
German line will he made.
That one will he made no
1) m1\ here doubts and the
expectation is that it will not
long hi' delayed.
Russia lias been relieved
to some extenl by ihe with
drawal of German troops to
ni". ; the 1 iftensive in the W< si
and to supply a contingent
for the enterprise against
Serbia.
Russia appeals to he hoi I
ing her own along virtu illy
hen ntiic front. At any rate
the Germans make no laim
to advances except by Von
Lensingen who is moving for
ward slowly. In Galicia and
at several other points the
Russians have taken the often
give and are delivering li":i\ v
blows against the invaders.
M any orthese attacks, accord
ing to German accounts, have
: repulsed.
It is said that Germany
has taken the offensiveagainst
Serbia independently of A us
tria and a Bucar ist report
asserts that the (iermans have
attempted without success to
cross the Danube near Sem
endrai. It is at this point that
the main Serbian railway
in 1st nearly approaches the
frontier,
October 5th 1915.
I .ondon, .jth.
Govern* >i.
Bahamas.
( ) i ial News: General
I ; n '1 rep rgts that British
en inter-attacks Friday night
secured its objective, viz: re-
capturedJ, *ot two German
trenches. '
The French report some
progress in Artois also
Champagne where > nnsider-
ahle part of the enemys sali-
ent N01 th of Mesnil was cap*
tured.
Russia reports German at-
tacks near Dvinsk were re-
pulsed. The Germans were
also rep ilsed in the Vileika
I district
A Russia*) ultimatum has
been sent t.> Bulgaria.
Signed)
BONAR LAW.
London': It is reported
that two powerful Russian
squadrons are off the Bulgar-
ian Co 1st, m u Varna.
Bet lin: I rench killed,
wounded and prisi ners in the
nt VVi stei n /one offensive
were 1 ji i#i 0 1 and Brit ish 6o.-
The I1 1 lossi s were
abait 40. 0
Siifia: --It w 1 'la iallv de-
I fn Saturday that Get
m.in 1 ffi ei in chargi
' of Bulgarian military or t hat
Gi rmany was supplying Bul-
garian with fund >.
AthensSunday: It is re-
ported that the landing of
I French troops at Salonika is
for the purpose of assisting
I Greece as an entente ally.
Greece seized Macedonian
railways of which two are
Austrian and one French.
Paris: -French troops, made
progress North of Arras.
1 here is continuous fighting
in the vicinity of NouvrOD .and
Quenneviers and artillery en-
gagements in Champagne
district.
Be: lin: -Two British mon-
itors were damaged by Ger-
i man naval airs hips oft Bel-
gium.
The Germans made Further
gain irgainsl t;:" British near
1.00s hut I1st part to the French near Givenchy,
October 5th, 1915.
Londi a. 3rd. The Rus-
sian Minister at Sofia h is
been ordered by his govern-
ment to leave the Bulgarian
i apital if within _ | Ik.ins
Bulgaria does not openlj
break with the central powi rs
and dismiss the German and
Austrian officers in that coun-
try directing the operations
of King Ferdinands army.
The other powers of the
quadl Ugle entente are hack-
ing up Russia 111 this demand
and Bulgaria must decide
within the next few hours on
o nit 1 nued neutral i t y or
throwing in her lot with the
central powet
It is considered certain here
that King Ferdinand and Pre-
m i e r Radowslavofl h a v e
made their choice and are
await ing only the completion
of mobilization to strike at
Sei via and Ru >sia, and to
"I" n the road to Constanti-
nople who has been anxious-
ly waiiing for many we :ks
for promised aid from the
C< lltl.it poWl 1 s
(ir< ece, it is b 'lieved, will
live up to her agreement with
S rbia ind go (> her assis
tani e if she is at tacked by her
libour.
The attitude of Roumania,
which remains a partially
mobilized spectator, remains
uncertain.
Although fully confident of
their ability to handle the
situation the Allies do not
belittle it. which accounts in
some respects for their activi-
ty.
Rain and Mud lias prevented
the Allies from continuing their
full offensive. In Artois, how-
ever, lighting nf a stubborn na
tore is still going 011. Success
here as in Champagne is vary-
ing although the Allies aie
holding virtually all the ground
gained in last week's thrust.
The German wedge pointing
towards Molodechno lias been
thrust back. The failure of this
German effort has materially
improved the situation and is is
not believed that the Tuetoos
can. for some lime, concentrate
lor another drive
The general staff call at ten
lio.1 to completion of the task
uf straightening the hue South
Arrivals from Riga report the
situation as normal.
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woodwork and floors.
Johnson's Wood Dye for the artistic
coloring of all wood, s. .ft or hard
Johnson's fnder Lac-a s|iiril
finish, very much luperioi t.> shellac or
\..: nish
Johnson's Flat Wood Finish fora
beautiful, artistic, liarut-ruhhi'il effect
with 'tit tin- expense of rubl ing,
Johnson's Past' Wood Fillerfor
filling the grain "nil pom of wood,
preparing i-t foi tin' finish.
Johnson's Powdered Wax lot bat
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Chas. E. Albtiry
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f+ ONE-THIRD SAVED. **
Quality const.!.red. we tfuarnnlce to show
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hen the Pnsi i)
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Price 67 6 IM4
Same Mm: bet iili
two tine J MHiii n I- and
llii".' UuMr* or Nap
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Pr|t-e 41,- 10,05
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a Pretty Velvet Lined
Cim suitable for Pres-
entation.
Postage ]> kI-ich'Ii.
extia. Foreign Con
Gents* 9et. Solid *
81j.netRln|((ii<> sU>i
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shoo (dera. bands* 1 .
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S:iin.-ltnik'iiil8cl Solid
Gold. Pnoe aO/- $ N
'*'un 1m! kiipnlliil set
1 vMin Blood Stone or
Ked Cornelian al th*
I same price. Ln^ruvlnf
Monogram in fold in
beet style Sd. laei per
Letter extra i
, Uuj <>n fton- 26 {''ic)
pejrLetteu extra.
lintisii BraplreM. U3cr
11 trit-h, 0d. iiGi'i extra.
WEDDING RINGS '.
Waaell Wedding Rlnaa b> areljfht at only a
small prom over the actual cost or produc
tlon. Oui high laae fimiii In teoond tu nouc.
I llfi(lli.l;Il nf C\ tl \ UfrldlMK
rtn mi ild by us la plainly ^HR
1 liiRlde wiin tti"
jirm-.il Oovdmmont stamp<
Weddlni: Kl.Tk'" <'" I"' -"i -
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Pattern aalilastrated at the
saine piioo. in 22ct Gold,
rlj{litSpennyw4 hu. Wire Pattern,
pure 27 0 *i.7* Eound lusiile.
Iii 1|ctGold.w< ijit M- '>%
walRbta. Prtot 21 *!
With the above Weddtnjt
RlnMs. we give a present o?
!ix sit rim* Silver Plated
ea Spoons A Sujiar Tontla
ettber uid I r.cii'h 01 fancy
Patti 11. 1 hi 1 tpooni are
Klertro Bllvei Plat, d 011 tbe
sJlty Nickel HUvi t
and are raarantocd to lEtVu
entire aatlHtactlon.
Postage (Reataterad) on Wed dine Rinjc and
Prt-Bi-nt. llriti-h Empire 1 7 iSOciextra. ForeUn
Counirli'h 1,|ijuci extia.
Send POSTCARD for Cataloitue of nin.Jrwr|
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i ( Mntaln Pana, tot let Artlolea. Panoj Ouoda,
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save you Poiiiidi. We guarantee the -ute
delivery of our foods dmin: it.*- Wnr. hlionld
niiv k'"iids In ii>ht in trniit>lt. wi- nndertake to
replace ll 111 al-nliilelv KUI- V nt ill Mu,|..
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admirably, and do credit to the
instruction they have received
from their drill sergeants. The
example so well set by Dr. J.
Baird AI bury has been splen-
didly followed, and hospitality
of every description lias been
offered the contingent. They
are our local heroes, and very
properly their doings and their
sayings are matters of supreme
general interest. Their march
to the Cathedral on Sunday
morning was practically their
first formal public appearance,
and this was followed on Mon-
day afternoon by an inspection
of the detachment by llis Ex
cellcncy the Governor. A lai^r
crowd was present in the bar
rack grounds, and the men
were put through their drill by
the Commandant, when the
great progress that they have
made in the fortningtil they
have been in training was ob
vious to all. At the conclusion
of the interesting physical ex
ercises which followed, Mis Ex
cellency briefly addressed the
contingent, and after expressing
his appreciation of their ap
pearance and drill and regret
ting that their numbers were
not three hundred instead of
thirty, he told the men, amidst
loud cheers, that he had every
confidence that on the comple
tion of their training they would
compare favourably with any
body of men of a similar size
anywhere in the Kmpire and
that he well knew that the lion
our of the colony was safe in
their keepingsentimen's well
and vigorously expressed which
went straight to the hearts of
all present."
(to be continued)
For Sale
ONE horse and
carriage in good
condition. Cab No.|
24.
Apply
JAMES KELLY,
Cabman No. 56.
White Lime
I AM offering FOK SALE
my entire stock (if White
Lime of about 800 bushels
at 6d. per bushel.
Orders left at Mr. Solomon
I'inlayson, l)eveau\ St. or
Phone 258 or "The Tribune"
Office.
JosiAll JUahming
Shingles
Best No. 1 Heart 5in. Cypress.
Shingles at $9.60 per tbous
sand of 20 bundles
Discounts on lots of over
5000 shingles.
Special Price
also on cheaper gradesalso
5'm. Cypress ,-it .*' ,73 per
thousand of 20 bundles. This
price made possible by a very
large purchase.
Fresh stock arriving every
week.
C. C SAUNDERS.
T. M. Knowles
528 Bay Street.
IS now prepared to supply
Rubber Tires for Babies
Carriages, also to reset, and
repair them.
Satisfaction Guaranteed.
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Johnson's Prepared Waxa com
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woodwork and floor*.
Johnson's Wood Dyefor the artistic
coloring of all wood, soft or hard
Johnson's Under Lac-a spirit
finish, very much su|>crior to shellac or
vajnish
Johnson's Flat Wood Finishfor a
beautiful, artistic, hand-rubhod effect
without the expense of rubbiltff.
Johnson's Pa.ste Wood Fillerfor
filling the grain and ponl of wood,
preparing i for the finish.
Johnson's PowdSred Wax for bal
room floors.
FOR. SALE BY
W- A. MATHER
1
UNDERTAKER
DESIKKS In inform his.fi iciuls
and tin1 Public ihntlfc has
1 just rt'ccivp.i a complete outfit of
Facilities fm the buisness of an un-
dertaker, which places him in 1
position to carrj out Funerals that
may be entrusted to his care with
sy-tem and despatch; and respect
fully solicits thai 1 patronage Get
my Prices first and prove that these
are the very lowest for the first class
work.
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Suitable for Waists, Yokes,
Dresses, Millinery.
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White, Cream, and Ecru I3re
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Lace Nets, Overalls, Point
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Washable Marquisettes.
Black and White, Sand and
White,Double Width.
Poplin.
Black Poplin, White Poplin,
double width.
White Washing Silk.
Silk Crepe, Cotton Crepe.
May 1st, 1915.
IN 2 PIECE and
UNION SUITS.
I Chas. E. Albury
sanitary
COOL
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Wm Hilton
280 BAY STREET.
2 Reward.
KEWARD will be paid to
any one giving inform-
ation landing up to the re-
covery of an Anchor and
; Chain belonging to the Schr.
i "Leander," and removed from
her on Friday night 20th Au-
gust last.
Length of Chain : 30 fa-
thoms x 5-8 in.
Anchor about 140 lbs.
Both in good condition.
Report to
TRIBUNE OFFICE.
DRINK:
Welch's Or ape Juice.
PRICES
Quarts, 2s. 3d. each.
Pints, Is. 4d., "
15s. per doz.
I Pints, 9d.
8S. 6d. per d0Z.
j Pints, 5d.
4s. 6d. per doz.
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