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L OILBRRT DUPOOH, • imd Proprutw HKKIC'K Corner Shirley Cri\rl.>lle Sis \ aftMlf, .' %  /' I'niinun is 'PHONE 300. P. o. I o\ 103. PUBLISHED DAILY RATES Monday, Wedtiestla) • '" I Friday— tingle copy ... J.l I'uesday, airJ rhunday -mje cojiy i.l Saturday —single copy ... %  1J • Weekly 5.1 ; Muntliiy i s. 6 I Quarterly ... 1-. '"I RalfYearly Yearly I S. PAYABLE IN ADVANOM Advertii ing i>Eati a e per line (.'i in -t insertion: tlm e 1 euce |TI line I forsecoud inserti >u ; arid uuepenny \-e line lor subsqucul insertions. rtixemeuti > n lei eight line1-. Zhc {Tribune THURSDAY. October 7. 1913. *• I'UBLISHKD A I 5 P.M. Fall In Attention Right Dress Right Turn By Your Left Quick March To the Barracks and ENLIST lor Ni-w York tins afternoon with passengers as follows:MI-.MS M. E. Collins and M.n v E.Carey : Mrs. I. aura A Rattray; Mr. and Mis. W. I'.. s. Strombom, Mr. and Mrs. Edward lose, Mr. and Mis. R. G. Collins, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Van Vechton, Mr. and Mrs. Bern hard Struck mann, Mr. and Mrs. Amedee St.Ger main ; Dr. and Mrs. Walter Hess: Messrs J. S. Brooker, Emmons Howard, F. W. Tibbin, .1. W. 1 >avison, I'. (1. Johnson, Geo. W. Armbris ter, Gilbert Coleman, (ii >. Probert, John J. Crirnrains, II,,i iv Harde, Robert Wright, PercyMorss, Robert Billoupo, and Chas. .1. Ybungblood, Misses Margaret Bissett, and Hazel Sawyer: Mis. Olive Sawver. The Police Band Cora erl will be given Ihis < %  ening at 8.15.PROGRAMME. 1. March I'enderand True' Valse "The Promenade" "()peratic i t • annes 2. 3Selection A Raggy Drag Medley Dance Valse 1 .azy 1 1 II .11 :e "Stars ind Stripes" "In the Shadvs" "Convent Girls" Men who intend enlisting in the Bahamas Contingent for the War should com*Tor ward at oni e there is a great deal to be done before they are ready for embarkation', and the sooner these "things are begun the sooner they will be ready to embark. Time counts. — :o:— The Mail Steamer "Mexico" arrived from Havana pester day afternoon and steamed 8. Cake Walk "K tonville Iv tonlets" GOD SAVE THE KING CorplH. Roach, Actg Bandmaster. —:o: — THE EXODUS TO FLORIDA. For the month of Septemb, 1 1915. Outward Inward Males 85 57 Females 27 JJ Total 112 70. — :o: —ECHOES FROM NICOLL'S TOWN, ANDROS. A most interesting a 0 d successful Concert consisting of Sacred Songs, Recitations, Dialogues, Exercises. Addresses, and Instrumental Selections was given at the Pub lie Schoolroom on Sunday afternoon uth September by the scholars of the/ion Baptist Sundav School in conjunction with several of their juvenile friends IT 0111 t wo other Sundav si hools in aid of the building of the new Zion Baptist Church. Promptly at half past 2 o'clock the scholars with their various frii nds marched from the Sunday school in procession headed by the Band, instruments played by several members of the Excelsior Club of Mastic Point under the command of Mr. Benjamin Woodside who is President of the Club to the sclioolroom. Immediately on the assi mbling ol the audience, there was a distribution of programmes prepared by Mr. T. \: l in enslade, the Public School Teacher who acted abb' anil efficiently as Chairman and 1 Irganist. An introdu tory selection from the Hurl was unaniraousl) applauded, and the in. n are to be complimented for theii < flici 1 n< y in handling their instruments on this as on subsi qu( n1 occasions. Following tills was the well kim w n Son',; "Stand up, Stand up for Ji s:i-" sung by all, and a In ii f prayer by the R< v. .Arthur Bow leg, Pastor in chat ge of t'iiZion Baptist Church here. The scholars kept the audiem e impre I i luring the w hole of their perl rinain 1 S and they are lo be 1 ongratulated for the efficient manner in which lhe\ a ited th< Hiselves. Although the entire programme was rendered without a hitch, \< 1 special mention must IK made of the Exercise 'Lambs < >f the Flock' as also Miss Muriel Lightbourn's .-solo "Foi t n Master" which won the applause of the entire audience, Eloquent addn ssi s w< re delivered by the Rev. A. Bow l( s, and the Kev. I. a b a n Johnson in charge of the Baptist Church at Conch S mid. The programme concluded with the "Good-bye Song" and the pronouncing of the Benediction by Mr. Joseph Johnson. Then the wholeaudience rose and s;,n ( _r the Natiunal Anthem heartily. The collections amounted to£i. 16.



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Addresses—Kevds. A. Bowleg and L. JobfMOn. Instrumental Selection —Excelsioi Mo d. '* e ii^% i c t i o n—Mr. Joseph [ohrtSOTL GOD SAVE THE KING. A two-storey dwelling liouse owned by Mr. R, G. Christie is i i eiei tioD. Mr. Bartholomew VV i idside and Mr. Alfred W..1 l,i e have completed tlie stone work, and Mr. Samuel E. Bow j leg is now working at tlie wood work. We are informed that Mr. II. 1'. Treco intends building a similar one. When these two buildings are completed thej will doubtless make ite an, addition to the settlement. Our Commissioner is leaving US lor a little while. wish him bon voyage and trust his trip will prove beneficial to him. Notice A LL men who have -*"* %  passed the Medical Examination before that date, ane required to be at the Barracks at 4 o'clook o n Monday afternoon next the ltih instant, for final Enlistment in the Bahamas Contingent for the War. % R. H. C. CRAWFORD Chairman Recruiting Committee. Police Orderly Room, N.i—iu,Utli'Oct..b<-i, 191 .'>. Radiograms Oct iber 6th, 1915. Via Key West. London, 4th:— The time alIrrted for Bulgaria by the Al lit s, through Russia, to turn her back on German, Austrian and Turk, expired late today but the expiration of the time limit brought no immediate surfaceiiidicai ; oi)s to clarify the situation* %  Whether the Bulgarian Minister promptly left the Bulgarian capital as his government threatened provided Bulgaria dcci'led not to meet the RUN sian demands; whether Bulgaria dissented, asking for further tune, or whether King Ferdinand and his supporters merely observed silence, was not known in London up to n o'clock tonight. Either the censorship or the vagaries of war time cable ser vice, or the two combined, resulted in keeping London in the dark, although definite news was expected hourly. Russian warships have appeared in the Black Sea off Bui%  11 ..in poi t of Varna, French and British troops have landed at Salonika, a Greek port fifty miles distant from Bulgaria and troops which have been on the move for several days have been massed in great numbers on the Serbian frontier. From the central powers have come many reports of the great weight of men and guns being piled along the Serbian border preliminary to a blow against that country as the first step in what the popular imagination has accepted as a fact: Germany's determination to s in a S li tl.rough the corner of Serbia and link up with Bulgaria, creating a new battle line from the Austrian border to Constantinople. I delayed cables told of the landing of troops at Salonika With these reports arrived comments from the Athens papers the gist of which was t li a t the appearance oJ French and British soldiers in Greece at a time when Greece was still outwardly neutral should cause no excitement as to their mission, as one of the Athens newspapers expressed it, it was to defend the railway against Bulgari an aggression and give help to Serbia, the ally of Greeci. The Greek Minister in Lou dnn refused to comment on the report that the Hellenicgovernment considered the landing of the Allies troops as a violation of neutrality and had protested. In the West the Germans have persisted in their driv ing counter attacks against the British until thev have'mv. re taken part of the Hohen zollei 11 Redoubt. This is ad mitted by Field Marshal French but it is not claimed specifically by the Germans, possibly because of the fact that the loss of this strong hold was never conceded by Berlin. That asphyxiating gas was used by the British in their recent offensive, is Ber tin's charge. The British War Office has made no statement regarding the truth or fa Lily of this. The Germans claim that the British lost 60.000 and the French 150.000 men in the recent lighting is without de Dial so far. Schenectady, N. Y. 4th:— More than 9.000 union workers comprising about two thirds of the employes of the Gi neral Eh eti ical Company, stuck today for an eight hour day. They have been work ing 10 hour--. New York, 4:—The Anglo French live hundred million dollar loan has been oversub scribed. It is possible that when the underwriters books are closed tomorrow it will be found that fifty million more th-ui needed has been spoken for. New Orleans, 4:—The total known and reported dead from tlie West Indian storm of last week tonight stood at 55;. There are still many missing but it is not thought that the figures will go above the number stated. —:o: — October 7th 1915. London:6th. Governor, Bahamas. Official News. — The French government reports fighting in Artois, Anas and Champagne confined to bombardments. Enemy suprise in Vosges completely repulsed. Russia reports engagements on the Riga front and elsewhere, villages and trenches being captured from the eneA Turkish detachment was defeated near Van, Caucasus. (Signed) liONAU LAW. Washington: -Secretary Daniels has approved of recommendations for incn a ed rate of pay lor certain navy employes manufacturing ordinance material. Washington:—All commex cial and amateur wireless telegraph stations in the United Slates are soon to be organized by the navy department for "immediate use' by the intelligence: bureau in case of emergency. President Wilson received the navy civilian advisory board headed by Edison. He said that he believed that the: whole nation is convinced we ought be: prepared, not for war but for defence and '. adequately prepared. Rome:-The Austrian Emperor is reported dangerously ill. New York:—Private advices say that Teutonic submarine sunk a French auxiliary cruiser oil" Rhodes on September gth. ENTERTAINMENT. T HERE will, be given in St .Agnes Church Hall Tuesday Oct. 12th an "livening performance" for the benefit of Bahamas Contingent Lund. Among the items of the programme, is the interesting play:—The capture of Capt. John Smith by the Indians in a Virginian jungle in 1005. Admission is. Poors open 7.20 p. 111. Curtain


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*^ -ir NOTICE T ENDERS willbi ; bj the Commandant i the making up of clothing for the Bahamas Conl ingent. The number of suits required tn be made is 20 1 and li nden rs will be n quired IQ submit the names oi two eli le persons who are willing to become b mnd that the clothing will be o impleti (1 w ithin mth after I. ; 1 (I a I Fi tr the p of the work in a satisfacton manThe uniform will be of khaki and the* cloth will be shrunk befi livei ed t o I h 1 I All mat rial ckets, trimming, inclucl inj i il tuns I rousi rs, musl bi ipplied 1A the I end( n %  I 11 (Hi ther information apply to the Commandant at the Commandant's offii e at Barra 1 hi right i < 1 to re jpet any or nil of I 1 riders. R. II. I CR WY1 >RD, iimand ml 1 H Chairman Re i11 i t i n g C mmittee. Poli( ( 1 rlj Ro 'in, 1915. %  If you will give tin collars a trial and keep ; track of their many trips to the laundry you will soon appreciate j their worth. ON S VLB AT NASSAU'S BEST BETA1LERS (I. l 1.11. PEASODY 81 i ('., Inc. MAKERS, TROY, N. V. I .. S. A. C. L. LOFTHOUSE Exclusive Alien'. maiammmmmKr&rr'. BUY.ITJF RUPTURE CURED by STUART'S I'LAPAO PAD* .MtUM thai gettittr. as i simply lo scf-aunt-ne lo^rcvr it slipping, impuitanl .11. t in itojng rupI U thai I .1 he Id by a No S traps. r uott let 9prin#t n.tached *.ip, cinnut tie or pr** the bone. ifltaiMH e trculrd inlvi*. |n %  cases re* lay from \* S fl a 1 velvet i if rteovcrj li Awarded Gold Mivdal Intiirnatlonnl Expo• i' 101, Rome 1 Grand Prix nt Paris. 1 •• %  l g 1RIAL 1 1 Aldrf: STU^T PlAi-UR PAD CO., LTD., the ptivacy of thp;rt's just received n 1 iinpl ifil < tdcilii ies foi the I 1 1 mi urv clerlaker, w t.icli pi ires li 111 In ;i pi ~i 1 ion in ca iry 1 >ul I urn 1 .Is ilwt may be entrutted to his care wiih j iem ami despatch; and re|ipcl full v solicits iheii pniion ige i< 1 my Pri li. il aril piove I lint I 1. the very lowi si for I he fii 1 claw w i k. Shingles Best No. 1 Heart 5m. Cypress Shingles at $9.60per tlions sand of 20 bundka Discounts on lotsoT^fci 5 line cent for i aonrs. Hiliihtor than jra. rlci niuliy or six ordinary lamps nl imei I,I la .in.-11 -ml. tke cost. Mad a entirely of brass. For use In ; homes, sloren. hall* and Chun-hen. No 1 odor, no nolae. safe, j 8ltn|>lo anil c 1 o a n. There 1 only one BensonInsist o n navlr. It. BEACON Home Supply Co. KANSAS CITY, MO. For Sale By THOS. ENABBIE14 CIIKMSTIK ST., Nassau, N.P. Specinl Terms given if rei|uet(H<' JV e ii and km w .ill : %  %  < '.II Kr^^onilrrful Lamp. Williams' Shoe^ v-> Better



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1 NAill'vis riddle III* nimir in vnlia iimnislri. Heine bound toswenr lo the Dogman of no Mutter, VOL. XII. x N ". N. P.. Ba.hB.mfia. THURSDAY. October. 7. 1915 NO. 37V The Arrival of The Bahamas Contingent. I alst) connected with the Jamaica contingent, and for which Continued from Tuesday October 5th, 1915. PRESENTEO WITH COLOURS "'Mr H my "ii the East ern Parade j esterday afternoon, when Mrs. Allardyce presented to the contingent the colours which attached to an historic staff, had been furnished by the Daughters of the Empire, was unique in the long and honour able annals of this colony, and will never be forgotten by those who witnessed it. The arrangement A g re all that could be desin d and conducted with that • Mill I beautiful hymn played by the band of the constabulary. Mrs. AI lard; %  with a few w ell cho sen v ords then h inded the 11 I to Private Albury and his colour guard, who received them on bendi J knee, afterwards returning to the n amidst a spontaneous outburst of cheers which marked theap preciation of those pn His Excellency's remarks were most appropriate, and vie feel the ceremony Was Bure "'''' bis confidence that the M ihamas contingent will re distinction and stflteti 'u !" with the honour of the flag ness which we are proud to Wat had been entrusted to them think is immemorably assa iatuntarnished and unsullied and ed with our public functions. w,th B reputation which will The splendid setting, the beau" i;,l>r tneir fellow countrymen til'ul vard of the pasade, prud of them tj will prove to be the simple dignity of the Gover l,lllv l ust '' c| dfiisparty. the striking l ,e iveraor of the Bahapurpose funds are now I. Plans are also made to have a "Flag Day" at Bocas, in aid of tha fund to send off the men. CAPTAIN MUNROE ON A VISIT I tain Munroe, who it will he remembered figured very prominently in the Fire Insurance litigation in Jamaica -nine a ,'o, came down in the ner Varuna, j i sterdaj. He is h< re on / mtaica Gleaner. nor eanonicals of His Lordship th< i :,s ;, :(l M !" Allardyce also Bishop and his attendant cler entertained the nun at a r< and the piled drums upon ,| "" R' ve n at the Government Rescues His Dog, Saves His Ship. Submarine 0 mmander, Touched : Captain's Efforts for I >;. wning I 'et, Lets Caucasian Go, The following stox; '•* which Captain Robinson, of .e Britisli steamship Caucasian, and a German submarine figured, has been made public by the National Canine Defence I.i ague, I' ngland :— "The i'.in :asi in was chased hold 11 %  • \ ssel in order to recover his breath. The com* being (mender of the submarine, in being I imperfect English, said:—'I make up my mind to blow up your boats for your not stop. ping ship, but will not for your saving little dog,' "I nsequently thirty eight lives were saved owing to the rescue of the dog. The captain then swam bade to his boat with the animal on his sh< der. Kor two days Ca Robii a feared the i woul i not n cover owing t, < ure, but she is now i. er." Captain Robinson has sii been awarded the medal of the National Canine Defen League. \', W York Herald. OUR BROKEN WALLS < >ver a winding, wayside wall, Raggi I. and rough,and gray, There crept*a lender clining \ iin.-. Tire! s day by day. At lasl its mantle of softest tint Covered each jagged seam ; The straggling wall, half brokBishop and his attendant cler entertained the men at a fecep League Kngland-— Covered each jagged seam ; By and the piled .hums upon *" ,M Rven at the Government | he Caucasian was chased fne stra SK ,,n K wall, half brokwhich thi o retted with Houseon the gth inst. Other f or nn nour and t!l( „,„.,,„„ .-n down, in the square formed by the entertainments aho marked the ,, ; ir having been destroyed r ccanic ivith that leafs, tint, .1 contingent, the Bahamas Con departure of the contingent for wa s compelled to stop. Cap-! crown, ilary and the Boy Scouts, this island. ,.,,,,, n, who hails fn fair as an artists dream. outside of which was gathered h men commence their a very large crowd inched, all course of training from today. com Dined to create a picture ol i nt dignity yet beautiful ilicity. I %  cen mony itrii nt impressive in the e rtri me, was admirably run dttcli d and was most I r< di'able to all who took pa11 in it. Mrs Loft house, >MI behalf uf the I % %  %  rsol the Empire, hand ed in Mrs. Allardyce the colours, which were then laid on the pih d drums. The Bishop then blcssW :' %  • ' >urs, the religious ceremony concluding with a 1 llV Wc I P Y sterday aftei round at seeing. FROM TURKS ISLAND In addition to tha Bahamas enntingi nt, Tin ks Island will be sending in men to Jamaica shortly to join the local force, and but for the recent hurricane I i and Caj man would ha\e al nt hei quota of fight Then there is a proposal from is del Toro to tend 25 | 1maicans from that place to be Shields, gave Betty, a 1 man ten months old, to the ^ n or ne kindness that clings into the and twioes %  boufthe city sight i,.,;,!. but",,.' passing the"doe Over life's broken wall, lownoneofthe new dropped ''''" Wn *>?bovt the scars of pain, Striving to hide them all (>h for the helpful, ministei in I ands, Beneficent, willing feet, That spread rich mantles of tender thought a mile. ,,. • %  ", •,, Tdo h Oer life shard places, till Time has wrought it i 11 • 11 the wi %  "When the captain entered' the boat he saw the animal swimming toward the subma line. Without hesitation he jumped into the waterand swam j about a quarter of When he plaC< d it On his shoulder, and, as the submarine had by this time drawn up to him, he laid ling—divinc.com; LANTA WII IN S Wear Armbrister's Shoes


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NAill'vis riddle III* nimir in vnlia iimnislri.
Heine bound toswenr lo the Dogman of no Mutter,
VOL. XII. x
N". N. P.. Ba.hB.mfia. THURSDAY. October. 7. 1915
NO. 37V
The Arrival of The Bahamas
Contingent.
I alst) connected with the Jamai-
ca contingent, and for which
Continued from Tuesday October 5th, 1915.
PRESENTEO WITH COLOURS
"'Mr h my "ii the East
ern Parade j esterday afternoon,
when Mrs. Allardyce presented
to the contingent the colours
which attached to an historic
staff, had been furnished by the
Daughters of the Empire, was
unique in the long and honour
able annals of this colony, and
will never be forgotten by those
who witnessed it. The arrange-
ment agre all that could be
desin d and
conducted with that
Mill I
beautiful hymn played by the
band of the constabulary. Mrs.
AI lard; with a few w ell cho
sen v ords then h inded the 11 I
to Private Albury and his
colour guard, who received
them on bendi J knee, after-
wards returning to the n
amidst a spontaneous outburst
of cheers which marked theap
preciation of those pn
His Excellency's remarks were
most appropriate, and vie feel
the ceremony Was Bure "'''' bis confidence that the
M ihamas contingent will re
. distinction and stflteti 'u with the honour of the flag
ness which we are proud to Wat had been entrusted to them
think is immemorably assa iat- untarnished and unsullied and
ed with our public functions. w,th B reputation which will
The splendid setting, the beau- "i;,l>r tneir fellow countrymen
til'ul vard of the pasade, prud of themtj will prove to be
the simple dignity of the Gover l,lllv lust'' c|
dfiisparty. the striking 'l,e iveraor of the Baha-
purpose funds are now
I. Plans are also
made to have a "Flag Day" at
Bocas, in aid of tha fund to send
off the men.
CAPTAIN MUNROE ON A VISIT
I tain Munroe, who it will
he remembered figured very
prominently in the Fire Insur-
ance litigation in Jamaica -nine
a ,'o, came down in the
ner Varuna, j i sterdaj.
He is h< re on
/ mtaica Gleaner.
nor
eanonicals of His Lordship th< i":,s ;,':(l M. Allardyce also
Bishop and his attendant cler entertained the nun at a r<
and the piled drums upon ,|"" R'ven at the Government
Rescues His Dog,
Saves His Ship.
Submarine 0 mmander,
Touched : Captain's Efforts
for I >;. wning I 'et, Lets
Caucasian Go,
The following stox; '* which
Captain Robinson, of .e Bri-
tisli steamship Caucasian, and
a German submarine figured,
has been made public by the
National Canine Defence
I.i ague, I' ngland :
"The i'.in :asi in was chased
hold 11 \ ssel in order to re-
cover his breath. The com*
being (mender of the submarine, in
being I imperfect English, said:'I
make up my mind to blow up
your boats for your not stop.
ping ship, but will not for your
saving little dog,'
"I nsequently thirty eight
lives were saved owing to the
rescue of the dog. The captain
then swam bade to his boat
with the animal on his sh<
der. Kor two days Ca
Robii a feared the i
woul i not n cover owing t, <
ure, but she is now i.
er."
Captain Robinson has sii
been awarded the medal of the
National Canine Defen
League.
\', W York Herald.
OUR BROKEN WALLS
< >ver a winding, wayside wall,
Raggi I. and rough,and gray,
There crept*a lender clining
\ iin.-.
Tire! s day by day.
At lasl its mantle of softest tint
Covered each jagged seam ;
The straggling wall, half brok-
Bishop and his attendant cler entertained the men at a fecep League Kngland- Covered each jagged seam ;
By and the piled .hums upon *",M Rven at the Government | he Caucasian was chased fne straSK,,nK wall, half brok-
which thi o retted with Houseon the gth inst. Other for nn nour and t!l(. ,.,, .-n down,
in the square formed by the entertainments aho marked the ,,;ir having been destroyed r'ccanic- ivith that leafs, tint, .1
contingent, the Bahamas Con departure of the contingent for was compelled to stop. Cap-! crown,
ilary and the Boy Scouts, this island. ,.,,,,, n, who hails fn fair as an artists dream.
outside of which was gathered h" men commence their
a very large crowd inched, all course of training from today.
com Dined to create a picture ol
i nt dignity yet beautiful
ilicity. I cen mony it-
rii nt impressive in the
e rtri me, was admirably run
dttcli d and was most I r< di'able
to all who took pa11 in it. Mrs
Loft house, >mi behalf uf the
I ' rsol the Empire, hand
ed in Mrs. Allardyce the colours,
which were then laid on the
pih d drums. The Bishop then
blcssW :'' >urs, the religious
ceremony concluding with a
1 ll- V
Wc I P
Y sterday aftei
round at
seeing.
FROM TURKS ISLAND
In addition to tha Bahamas
enntingi nt, Tin ks Island will
be sending in men to Jamaica
shortly to join the local force,
and but for the recent hurricane
I i and Caj man would ha\e al
nt hei quota of fight
Then there is a proposal from
is del Toro to tend 25 | 1-
maicans from that place to be
Shields, gave Betty, a 1
man ten months old,
to the ^n 'or *ne kindness that clings
into the and twioes
boufthe city sight i,.,;,!. but",,.' passing the"doe Over life's broken wall,
lownoneofthe new dropped ''''" Wn*>?bovt the scars
of pain, .
Striving to hide them all !
(>h for the helpful, ministei in ,
I ands,
Beneficent, willing feet,
That spread rich mantles of ten-
der thought
a mile. ,,. ", ,, t-
do h Oer life shard places, till Time
has wrought
it i 11 11 the wi
"When the captain entered'
the boat he saw the animal
swimming toward the subma
line. Without hesitation he
jumped into the waterand swam j
about a quarter of
When he
plaC< d it On his shoulder, and,
as the submarine had by this
time drawn up to him, he laid
lingdivinc.com;
LANTA Wii in S
Wear
Armbrister's
Shoes


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Zhc {Tribune
THURSDAY. October 7. 1913.
* I'UBLISHKD A I 5 P.M.
Fall In
Attention
Right Dress
Right Turn
By Your Left
Quick March
To the Barracks
and ENLIST
lor Ni-w York tins afternoon
with passengers as follows:-
Mi-.ms M. E. Collins and
M.n v E.Carey : Mrs. I.aura A
Rattray; Mr. and Mis. W. I'..
s. Strombom, Mr. and Mrs.
Edward lose, Mr. and Mis.
R. G. Collins, Mr. and Mrs.
Carl Van Vechton, Mr. and
Mrs. Bern hard Struck mann,
Mr. and Mrs. Amedee St.Ger
main ; Dr. and Mrs. Walter
Hess: Messrs J. S. Brooker,
Emmons Howard, F. W.
Tibbin, .1. W. 1 >avison, I'. (1.
Johnson, Geo. W. Armbris
ter, Gilbert Coleman, (ii >.
Probert, John J. Crirnrains,
II,,i iv Harde, Robert Wright,
PercyMorss, Robert Billoupo,
and Chas. .1. Ybungblood,
Misses Margaret Bissett, and
Hazel Sawyer: Mis. Olive
Sawver.
The Police Band Cora erl
will be given Ihis < ening at
8.15.-
PROGRAMME.
1. March I'enderand True'
Valse "The Promenade"
"()peratic
it
annes
2.
3-
Selection
A Raggy Drag
Medley
Dance
Valse
1 .azy
11 II
.11 :e
"Stars ind
Stripes"
"In the Shad- vs"
"Convent Girls"
Men who intend enlisting
in the Bahamas Contingent
for the War should com*Tor
ward at oni e there is a great
deal to be done before they
are ready for embarkation',
and the sooner these "things
are begun the sooner they
will be ready to embark.
Time counts.
:o:
The Mail Steamer "Mexico"
arrived from Havana pester
day afternoon and steamed
8. Cake Walk "K tonville
Iv tonlets"
GOD SAVE THE KING
Corpl- H. Roach,
Actg Bandmaster.
:o:
THE EXODUS TO
FLORIDA.
For the month of Septem-
b, 1 1915.
Outward Inward
Males 85 57
Females 27 jj
Total 112 70.
:o: -
Echoes From Nicoll's town,
ANDROS.
A most interesting a 0 d
successful Concert consisting
of Sacred Songs, Recitations,
Dialogues, Exercises. Ad-
dresses, and Instrumental Se-
lections was given at the Pub
lie Schoolroom on Sunday
afternoon uth September by
the scholars of the/ion Bap-
tist Sundav School in con-
junction with several of their
juvenile friends IT 0111 t wo
other Sundav si hools in aid
of the building of the new
Zion Baptist Church.
Promptly at half past 2
o'clock the scholars with their
various frii nds marched from
the Sunday school in process-
ion headed by the Band, in-
struments played by several
members of the Excelsior
Club of Mastic Point under
the command of Mr. Benja-
min Woodside who is Presi-
dent of the Club to the scliool-
room. Immediately on the
assi mbling ol the audience,
there was a distribution of
programmes prepared by Mr.
T. \: l in enslade, the Public
School Teacher who acted
abb' anil efficiently as Chair-
man and 1 Irganist.
An introdu tory selection
from the Hurl was unanira-
ousl) applauded, and the
in. n are to be complimented
for theii < flici 1 n< y in hand-
ling their instruments on this
as on subsi qu( n1 occasions.
Following tills was the well
kim w n Son',; "Stand up,
Stand up for Ji s:i-" sung by
all, and a In ii f prayer by the
R< v. .Arthur Bow leg, Pastor
in chat ge of t'ii- Zion Baptist
Church here.
The scholars kept the au-
diem e impre I i luring the
w hole of their perl rinain 1 S
and they are lo be 1 ongratu-
lated for the efficient manner
in which lhe\ a ited th< Hi-
selves. Although the entire
programme was rendered
without a hitch, \< 1 special
mention must Ik made of the
Exercise 'Lambs < >f the Flock'
as also Miss Muriel Light-
bourn's .-solo "Foi t n Master"
which won the applause of
the entire audience, Eloquent
addn ssi s w< re delivered by
the Rev. A. Bow l( s, and the
Kev. I. a b a n Johnson in
charge of the Baptist Church
at Conch S mid. The pro-
gramme concluded with the
"Good-bye Song" and the
pronouncing of the Benedic-
tion by Mr. Joseph Johnson.
Then the wholeaudience rose
and s;,n(_r the Natiunal An-
them heartily. The collect-
ions amounted toi. 16. The schoolroom was tasteful*
Iv decorated with Union
Jacks, flowers, etc. for the'
occasion, and excellent be-
haviour was rnainta^gd dur-
ing the afternoon, ^^l
The Pastor, Officers, and
members of the Zion Baptist
Church here are grateful to
Mr. Greenslade for his ardu-
ous and untiring efforts in the
tuition of the boys and girls
in making the Concert a suc-
cess, and to the Ladies and
Gentlemen who came up from
Mastic Point to assist in mak-
ing it successful financially
as also to our Nicoll's Town
friends.
Appended is part of the
Programme.
Introductory Selection
Excelsior Band.
Opening SongStand up for
JesusBy School
Prayer by Kev. A. Bowleg.
Other Songs by the School
"Grateful Praise,""When Little
Samuel Woks/' "Two little eyes
to look in(imi," "Onward Chil-
dren Onward," "The Lambs of
Jesus," "The two ways," 'Praise
(iod for the Bible," "Supplies
tion," "God is Love,' God
Knows," "Jesus Saviour dear to
me," "Heathcote Chimes," and
"Good bye Song."
Scripture ReadingVivian
AI bury.
Recitations:--'! larvest Time'
Miriam Bowleg; 'Jesus lender
Shepherd' C. Bowleg; "Only two
ways" Dell Russell; "God's
Pi iwi f Sarah Richards; "Holy
Bible'T'.rmnia RuSSellj 'I haven'
Nora Ellis; "Will you come ?"
Neheuiiah Sturrup; "Be Known'
Evelyn Brooks; "Have pity on
them" Rosa Evans; "Love one
Another" M. Sturrup; "Christ
as the Lily'1 Kate Richards;
"Christs Love to his own' 11.
I.vans; "Keep Step nidi the
Master' M. Muiphy; "I want to
he like Jesus' E. Ellis; "Be faith
ful' Elijah Richardson; "The
Watch is ticking' O. Woodside;
"The Coming King" Blom va
Scott; "When is the time for
prayer?" E. Robe; 'I am a sol-
dier of the Cross' Alpheus
Evans; "Is not the way to Hea-
ven a Rain," O. Evans; and
"Now the day is o'er" Sarah D.
Roll*;
__
Alphabet of Bible Commands,
Exercise and 'Lambs of the
Flock" bv the School. t '^m
Solos -"For the MasTep Mu-
riel Lightbourn. "Looking this
way", P. Gibson.
i-


AddressesKevds. A. Bowleg
and L. JobfMOn.
Instrumental Selection Ex-
celsioi Mod.
'*e ii^% i c t i o nMr. Joseph
[ohrtSOTL
GOD SAVE THE KING.
A two-storey dwelling liouse
owned by Mr. R, G. Christie is
i i eiei tioD. Mr. Bartholomew
VV i idside and Mr. Alfred W..1
l,i e have completed tlie stone
work, and Mr. Samuel E. Bow j
leg is now working at tlie wood
work.
We are informed that Mr. II.
1'. Treco intends building a
similar one. When these two
buildings are completed thej
will doubtless make ite an,
addition to the settlement.
Our Commissioner is leaving
US lor a little while.
wish
him bon voyage and trust his
trip will prove beneficial to
him.
Notice
a LL men who have
-*"* passed the Medi-
cal Examination be-
fore that date, ane
required to be at the
Barracks at 4 o'clook
o n Monday after-
noon next the ltih
instant, for final En-
listment in the Baha-
mas Contingent for
the War. %
R. H. C. CRAWFORD
Chairman
Recruiting Committee.
Police Orderly Room,
N.iiu,Utli'Oct..b<-i, 191 .'>.
Radiograms
Oct iber 6th, 1915.
Via Key West.
London, 4th: The time al-
Irrted for Bulgaria by the Al
lit s, through Russia, to turn her
back on German, Austrian and
Turk, expired late today but
the expiration of the time limit
brought no immediate surface-
iiidicai;oi)s to clarify the situa-
tion* .*
Whether the Bulgarian Min-
ister promptly left the Bulgarian
capital as his government
threatened provided Bulgaria
dcci'led not to meet the Run
sian demands; whether Bulgaria
dissented, asking for further
tune, or whether King Ferdi-
nand and his supporters merely
observed silence, was not known
in London up to n o'clock to-
night.
Either the censorship or the
vagaries of war time cable ser
vice, or the two combined, re-
sulted in keeping London in the
dark, although definite news
was expected hourly.
Russian warships have ap-
peared in the Black Sea off Bui-
11 ..in poi t of Varna, French
and British troops have landed
at Salonika, a Greek port fifty
miles distant from Bulgaria and
troops which have been on the
move for several days have been
massed in great numbers on
the Serbian frontier.
From the central powers have
come many reports of the
great weight of men and guns
being piled along the Serbi-
an border preliminary to a
blow against that country as
the first step in what the
popular imagination has ac-
cepted as a fact: Germany's
determination to s in a S li
tl.rough the corner of Serbia
and link up with Bulgaria,
creating a new battle line
from the Austrian border to
Constantinople.
I delayed cables told of the
landing of troops at Salonika
With these reports arrived
comments from the Athens
papers the gist of which was
t li a t the appearance oJ
French and British soldiers in
Greece at a time when Greece
was still outwardly neutral
should cause no excitement
as to their mission, as one of
the Athens newspapers ex-
pressed it, it was to defend
the railway against Bulgari
an aggression and give help
to Serbia, the ally of Greeci.
The Greek Minister in Lou
dnn refused to comment on
the report that the Hellenic-
government considered the
landing of the Allies troops
as a violation of neutrality
and had protested.
In the West the Germans
have persisted in their driv
ing counter attacks against
the British until thev have'mv.
re taken part of the Hohen
zollei 11 Redoubt. This is ad
mitted by Field Marshal
French but it is not claimed
specifically by the Germans,
possibly because of the fact
that the loss of this strong
hold was never conceded by
Berlin.
That asphyxiating gas
was used by the British in
their recent offensive, is Ber
tin's charge. The British
War Office has made no
statement regarding the
truth or fa Lily of this.
The Germans claim that
the British lost 60.000 and the
French 150.000 men in the
recent lighting is without de
Dial so far.
Schenectady, N. Y. 4th:
More than 9.000 union work-
ers comprising about two
thirds of the employes of the
Gi neral Eh eti ical Company,
stuck today for an eight hour
day. They have been work
ing 10 hour--.
New York, 4:The Anglo
French live hundred million
dollar loan has been oversub
scribed. It is possible that
when the underwriters books
are closed tomorrow it will
be found that fifty million
more th-ui needed has been
spoken for.
New Orleans, 4:The to-
tal known and reported dead
from tlie West Indian storm
of last week tonight stood at
55;. There are still many
missing but it is not thought
that the figures will go above
the number stated.
:o:
October 7th 1915.
London:- 6th.
Governor,
Bahamas.
Official News. The French
government reports fighting
in Artois, Anas and Cham-
pagne confined to bombard-
ments. Enemy suprise in
Vosges completely repulsed.
Russia reports engagements
on the Riga front and else-
where, villages and trenches
being captured from the ene-
A Turkish detachment was
defeated near Van, Caucasus.
(Signed)
liONAU LAW.
Washington: -Secretary
Daniels has approved of
recommendations for incn a -
ed rate of pay lor certain navy
employes manufacturing ord-
inance material.
Washington:All commex
cial and amateur wireless tel-
egraph stations in the United
Slates are soon to be organiz-
ed by the navy department
for "immediate use' by the
intelligence: bureau in case of
emergency.
President Wilson received
the navy civilian advisory
board headed by Edison. He
said that he believed that the:
whole nation is convinced we
ought be: prepared, not for
war but for defence and '.
adequately prepared.
Rome:-The Austrian Em-
peror is reported dangerously
ill.
New York:Private ad-
vices say that Teutonic sub-
marine sunk a French auxi-
liary cruiser oil" Rhodes on
September gth.
ENTERTAINMENT.
THERE will, be given in
St .Agnes Church Hall
Tuesday Oct. 12th an "liven-
ing performance" for the
benefit of Bahamas Contin-
gent Lund.
Among the items of the pro-
gramme, is the interesting
play:The capture of Capt.
John Smith by the Indians in
a Virginian jungle in 1005.
Admission is.
Poors open 7.20 p. 111. Cur-
tain $./Agttra' (Ulturrb
TIIF.RK will be a Sacred
Instrumental Concert in
the above Church at 4 p.m.,
1 m Sunday the roth October.
A collei lion \\ ill be lake n up
'and given bi the Bahamas,
Contingent Fund.


*^ -ir
NOTICE
TENDERS willbi ;
bj the Commandant Police, Chairman of the Re-
cruiting Committee, at his
Office at the Barracks until
noon "i Monday 11111 inst.,
f >i the making up of clothing
for the Bahamas Conl ingent.
The number of suits re-
quired tn be made is 20 1 and
li nden rs will be n quired Iq
submit the names oi two eli -
le persons who are will-
ing to become b mnd that
the clothing will be o implet-
i (1 w ithin mth after
I. ; 1 (I a I -
Fi tr the p of the
work in a satisfacton man-
The uniform will be of
khaki and the* cloth will be
shrunk befi livei
ed t o I h 1 I
All mat rial ckets,
trimming, inclucl inj i il tuns
I rousi rs, musl bi ipplied
1a the I end( n .

I 11 (Hi ther information
apply to the Commandant
at the Commandant's offii e
at Barra
1 hi right i < 1 to re
jpet any or nil of I 1 riders.
R. II. I CR WY1 >RD,
iimand ml 1 H
Chairman Re i11 i t i n g
C mmittee.
Poli( ( 1 rlj Ro 'in,
1915.
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collars a trial and keep
; track of their many
trips to the laundry you
will soon appreciate
j their worth.
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week.
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carriage in good
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Hiliihtor than jra.
rlciniuliy or six or-
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Mad a entirely of
brass. For use In
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and Chun-hen. No
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