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one paying for another person's drink or giving him money to • fni it. or an; one serving a drink < xcept to the person who pays for it, will be liable to punishment. —.0:— GIRLS KEPT IN CAGES IN NEW BRITAIN. The inhabitants, it N said by Wallace, have a peculiar cus torn of confining Ihi ir girls in I cages until thej are old enough ; to be married. Tins custom is j said i" be peculiar to the people : af New lintaii). The rages are made of the palm tn e, and the girls are put into ih sm when two or three years ofaye. These c iges ore built inside of the and tie levei allowed t 1 leave tin e un der any The houses is I'. ;• need in with a s >rl of wicker work made of reeds. Ventilation under the cin umstam e is ren dared difi cult. 'I h Is are said to grow up strong and healthful in spite of tie dis advantaf Excursion TRIP TO Eleuthera M OTOR boat "Ranger" for Governors I [arbour and Savannah Sound I aayi Rawson Sq. Saturd ly^oth at 1 |o p.m. retumUfgon Tuesday. Hound Trip 10s. day. / Hound 1 igip^rtc. J. Gibson %  F rmation will be ven I'S Barber Shop lav St. ENTERTAINMENT. T HERE will be given in St. Agnes Church Hall Tuesday ()ct. 12th an "Ev< ning performan e" lor the benefit of Bahamas Contin1 Fund. Among the items of the programme, is the interest in'-: play: The capture of Capt. John Smith by the Indiana in a Virginian jungle in 1005. Admission rs. Poors open 7.20 p. in. Curtain 8 p.in. Patriotic I Entertainment under the patronage of His Excellency the Governor and Mrs. Allardyce by the children of THE VICTORIA SCHOOL in St. Andrews Hall Friday, October 15th I Admission :— 1 shilling. Doors open at 7.301 • Commences at 8 11'clock l Rope Rope Rope Manilla Rope Hemp Rope Sisal Rope Baling Rope Jute Rope. A PI I.I. line of over 300 Coifs k< pt in stock and clcli\ eredfn>m >ur Wan h in Nassau at New York prices plus Freight and Duty. Buy here and savi N< York Commission, Interest' and the trouble of ordering. CMAS. I.. ALBUSY, Agent.; Shingles l'( si No. 1 Heart sin. C> pr< i Shingles at $9.1 11 per I lions sand of 20 bundles Discounts on lots of ovei 5000 shingles. Special Price also on cheaper grarlts also 501. Cypress at s •.;•.. %  per thousand of 20 bundli 5. This price made p*isslbli by i\ ven largi purchasi Pie-di stock arriving every week. ('. C SAUNDERS. For Results Advertise in "he Tribune. io.\]' I THE ABNORMAL DEVELOPMENT of the GIRAFFE is remarkable, but the abifl development of the demand tor SUNLIOHI SO. still more remarkable. It is not known how many people have ever seen a Giraffe, but it is known that there are millions and millions of careful housewives all over the world using Sunlight SoapV^ These housewives no longer dread %\ the advent of wash-dav, for, with SUNLIGHT SOAP atheir ally, they arc assured of a quick despatch of all dirt and 11 I me-.. SuNLIGH I" !' aves you < lothes. %, TRY IT IN YOUR N X I WASH. I DRINKWelch's Grape Juice. PRICES ( h iarts, 2s. 3d. each. Pints, IS. 4d., 15s. perdoz. i Pints, 9d. 8s. 6d. per doz. \ Pints, 5d. 4s. 6d. per doz. T BLACK S 222 Bay St. AND The Nassau Candy Kitchen, Opp. Hotel Colonia. If you haven't anything to advertise. Advertise your Business for sale. Williams' Shoes Are Better -T



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NUIUVJ* .\.i>li. m-. |urnre in vcib MIHIUBMI. Hniii' bound ii. MM-.-, i 10 the I) .n.\of no Malr. VOL. XII. NBIMM, N. P.. llh-.M, %  MONDAY. October. II. 1915 NO. 374. Mr PUBLISHED AT 4 P. M. Fall In Attention Right Dress Right Turn By Your Left Quick March To the Barracks and ENLIST The Mail Steamer "Mexico" arrived in New York at 6 o'clock Sunday morning. —:o: — IN THE MAGISTRATES COURT Sept 20 Wm. Minnis— Wounding one Henry Duncombe—iGs nnd 5s. Costs or 14 days. Alfred Graham —Drunk nnd wing profane and indecent lang. in Meadows St. — tot. & 2s. costs or 8 days. Elijah Johnson and Jos. Driggi— F ighting and using profane and indecent language In B. H. R, Each fined 10s. or 8 days. 21. Percy Coakley —Larceny of one pair of underpants value is. 64. goods and chattels of Elijah Roberts—3 months. Peaison Roberts Assltg. P. C. James Payne while in the cxe cut ion of his duty—Fined £i and is. costs or 20 days. KmiljS^plraHian Larceny of a fow^^alue is. 6(1. goods of Susan Hepburn Dissmissed. 22. Jos. DriggsAssaulting Elijah Johnson—3 months. .Arthur Edwards and Eugene Rodriquez (Boys)— Laroenj "I 7 cocoanuts growing on land of Adam Nicolls situate in Bain's Town Each senteni ed to one month imprisonment and to receive 8 strokes of the tamn rind rod on the morning of their discharge. Alice Delancy—Larrcnv of 2 cocoanuts growing on land of Ad. mi Nicolls situate in Bain's Town—6 months. Emanuel Griffin Drunk and using profane and indecent Ian guage in Ii. H. R —20 days. 33 Charles W hi te h ea d— Whistling in the Fish Market — IS 6d. W in Sands Larceny of one paii •.1I1; 1 1, g iods and chatti 1 I Win. Gitson — 3 months. 24 Cyrus Arnibi ister — Larceny of a hat valueros. poods and chattels of the Revd. Wilfred s. Lovcll--Remanded till 281I1 inst. John Deveaux —Using profane language in B. 11. Rd. —10s. or 8 days. Theoj hilus D r i g g s — Using profane and insulting language i towards the Clerk of the Market in Slaughter I louse of said Market —5s. or 4 i!a\ s 25 Wm. Minnis and Sarah Duncdmbe Loud shouting and quarrelling in Sandiland"s Vil lage bound in their own recog nicence in £2 to appear foi sentence when called upon Theophilus Thurstori Loud shouting and using profane langu ige in Bain's Town in sight and hearing of pestons in the neighgourhood—10s, or 8 days. Ebenezer Wood —Assaulting and beating Louisa William iGs. and 4s. costs or 14 days. Moses Pat ton Using t' reats of personal violence towards Emily Patton from which she fears some bodily injury at his bands— Bound in his own [ftCOgnil 1 in e in £10 to keep the [peace for 6 months. rJK.T:. —T.-* Notice A LL Recruits for the Bahamas Contingent for the War are required to be at the Barracks this afternoon at 4 o'clock sharp. R. II. C. CRAWFORD, Commandant. 0< tober 1 ith 1915. NOTICE rp HER E will be a %  recruitiug* meetting at Fox HiH tomorrow (Tuesday) night at 8 o'clock sharp. R. H. C. CRAWFORD, Commandant. 1 ith October, 191 5. Russian government report inceesant fighting near Dvinsk. On I'ripet near Pinsk enemy advanced. In South Russia success is about four thousand priso captured. In Servia enemy for

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Publication Date: Monday, October 11, 1915
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NuIUvj* .\.i>li. m-. |urnre in vcib mihiubmi.
Hniii' bound ii. mm-.-, i 10 the I) .n.\- of no Malr.
VOL. XII.
Nbimm, N. P.. llh-.M, MONDAY. October. II. 1915
NO. 374.
Mr PUBLISHED AT 4 P. M.
Fall In
Attention
Right Dress
Right Turn
By Your Left
Quick March
To the Barracks
and ENLIST
The Mail Steamer "Mexico"
arrived in New York at 6 o'clock
Sunday morning.
:o:
In The magistrates Court
Sept
, 20 Wm. Minnis Wounding
one Henry DuncombeiGs nnd
5s. Costs or 14 days.
Alfred Graham Drunk nnd
wing profane and indecent lang.
in Meadows St. tot. & 2s. costs
or 8 days.
Elijah Johnson and Jos.
DriggiFighting and using
profane and indecent language
In B. H. R, Each fined 10s. or 8
days.
21. Percy Coakley Larceny
of one pair of underpants value
is. 64. goods and chattels of
Elijah Roberts3 months.
Peaison Roberts Assltg. P. C.
James Payne while in the cxe
cut ion of his dutyFined i
and is. costs or 20 days.
KmiljS^plraHian Larceny of
a fow^^alue is. 6(1. goods of
Susan Hepburn Dissmissed.
22. Jos. Driggs- Assaulting
Elijah Johnson3 months.
.Arthur Edwards and Eugene
Rodriquez (Boys) Laroenj "I
7 cocoanuts growing on land
of Adam Nicolls situate in
Bain's Town Each senteni ed to
one month imprisonment and to
receive 8 strokes of the tamn
rind rod on the morning of their
discharge.
Alice DelancyLarrcnv of 2
cocoanuts growing on land of
Ad. mi Nicolls situate in Bain's
Town6 months.
Emanuel Griffin Drunk and
using profane and indecent Ian
guage in Ii. H. R 20 days.
33 Charles W hi te h ea d
Whistling in the Fish Market
IS 6d.
W in Sands Larceny of one
paii - .1I1; 1 1, g iods and
chatti 1 I Win. Gitson 3
months.
24 Cyrus Arnibi ister Lar-
ceny of a hat valueros. poods
and chattels of the Revd. Wil-
fred s. Lovcll--Remanded till
281I1 inst.
John Deveaux Using profane
language in B. 11. Rd. 10s. or
8 days.
Theoj hilus D r i g g s Using
profane and insulting language
i towards the Clerk of the Mar-
ket in Slaughter I louse of said
Market 5s. or 4 i!a\ s
25 Wm. Minnis and Sarah
Duncdmbe Loud shouting and
quarrelling in Sandiland"s Vil
lage bound in their own recog
nicence in 2 to appear foi sen-
tence when called upon
Theophilus Thurstori Loud
shouting and using profane
langu ige in Bain's Town in
sight and hearing of pestons in
the neighgourhood10s, or 8
days.
Ebenezer Wood Assaulting
and beating Louisa William
iGs. and 4s. costs or 14 days.
Moses Pat ton Using t' reats
of personal violence towards
Emily Patton from which she
fears some bodily injury at his
bands Bound in his own [ftCOg-
nil 1 in e in 10 to keep the
[peace for 6 months.
rJK.T:.
T.-*
Notice
a LL Recruits for
" the Bahamas
Contingent for the
War are required to
be at the Barracks
this afternoon at 4
o'clock sharp.
R. II. C. CRAWFORD,
Commandant.
0< tober 1 ith 1915.
NOTICE
rp HER E will be a
* recruitiug* meet-
ting at Fox HiH to-
morrow (Tuesday)
night at 8 o'clock
sharp.
R. H. C. CRAWFORD,
Commandant.
' 1 ith October, 191 5.
Russian government report
inceesant fighting near Dvinsk.
On I'ripet near Pinsk enemy
advanced.
In South Russia success is
about four thousand priso
captured. In Servia enemy for
lercd reverses.
(Signed I
BONAR LAW.
Berlin:The Teutons captur
ed tin great, r part of the city
of Belgrade in Servia.
Paris:German losses very
heavy yesterday near Loo1-. All
French advices maintained.
Bulgarian Minister handed
his passports yesterdays.
London: Bulgaria makes
strong protest toGreeceagainst
the landing of British and
French troops at Salonica.
The British steamers Silverash
and Scnwby have been sunk.
Petrograd:A German trans
port was sunk by a British sub
marine in the Baltic.
.'0:
Government to
Forbid "Treating
in London.
.**
Radiograms
October loth 1915.
London 9th.
Governor,
Bahamas.
Official News:French gov-
ernment reports violent enemy
attacks on Loos following in-
tense bombardment comp eteh
repelled with very important
losses.
In Champagne further pro-
gress enemy work called Tra
peze, several trenches, two re'
doubts in salient before enem} 's
secuid line captured quick fisiiiR
guns and over two hundred!
prisoners.
Order Will, It Is Said, Apply to
Clubs and Restaurants as
Well as to Saloons.
London, Sept. 18:The Bri-
tish military authorities have
decided that a prohibition upon
"treating" is essential to the
well -being of the troops within
the metropolitan police district
of London^ and the Board of
Central Control will probably
issue nn order when it meets
next Tuesday forbidding this
fonptjpflii spitality. The district
u'ont.ijns 700 square miles.
.Under the prospect wc order,
Which applies to clubs and ro
staurants as well RS saloons, any
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one paying for another person's
drink or giving him money to
fni it. or an; one serving a
drink < xcept to the person who
pays for it, will be liable to
punishment.
.0:
Girls Kept In Cages In New
Britain.
The inhabitants, it N said by
Wallace, have a peculiar cus
torn of confining Ihi ir girls in I
cages until thej are old enough ;
to be married. Tins custom is j
said i" be peculiar to the people :
af New lintaii). The rages are
made of the palm tn e, and the
girls are put into ih sm when
two or three years ofaye. These
c iges ore built inside of the
, and tie levei
allowed t 1 leave tin e un
der any The
houses is I'. ; need in
with a s >rl of wicker work
made of reeds. Ventilation
under the cin umstam e is ren
dared difi cult. 'I h Is are
said to grow up strong and
healthful in spite of tie dis
advantaf
Excursion
TRIP TO
Eleuthera
MOTOR boat "Ranger"
for Governors I [arbour
and Savannah Sound I aayi
Rawson Sq. Saturd ly^oth at
1 |o p.m. retumUfgon Tues-
day.
Hound Trip 10s.
day. /
Hound 1
igip^rtc. j. Gibson
f
rmation will be
ven
i's Barber Shop
lav St.
ENTERTAINMENT.
THERE will be given in
St. Agnes Church Hall
Tuesday ()ct. 12th an "Ev< n-
ing performan e" lor the
benefit of Bahamas Contin-
1 Fund.
Among the items of the pro-
gramme, is the interest in'-:
play: The capture of Capt.
John Smith by the Indiana in
a Virginian jungle in 1005.
Admission rs.
Poors open 7.20 p. in. Cur-
tain 8 p.in.
Patriotic I
Entertainment
under the patronage of
His Excellency the Gover-
nor and Mrs. Allardyce
by the children of
The Victoria School
in
St. Andrews Hall
Friday, October 15th
_______ I
Admission : 1 shilling.
Doors open at 7.301
Commences at 8 11'clock
" l
Rope
Rope
Rope
Manilla Rope
Hemp Rope
Sisal Rope
Baling Rope
Jute Rope.
API I.I. line of over 300
Coifs k< pt in stock and
clcli\ eredfn>m >ur Wan h
in Nassau at New York prices
plus Freight and Duty.
Buy here and savi N<
York Commission, Interest'
and the trouble of ordering.
Cmas. I.. Albusy,
Agent.;
Shingles
l'( si No. 1 Heart sin. C> pr< -i
Shingles at $9.1 11 per I lions
sand of 20 bundles
Discounts on lots of ovei
5000 shingles.
Special Price
also on cheaper grarlts also
501. Cypress at s' .;.. per
thousand of 20 bundli 5. This
price made p*isslbli by i\ ven
largi purchasi .
Pie-di stock arriving every
week.
('. C SAUNDERS.
For Results
Advertise in
"he Tribune.
io.\]' I
THE ABNORMAL DEVELOPMENT
of the Giraffe is remarkable, but the abifl
development of the demand tor Sunliohi So.
still more remarkable. It is not known how many
people have ever seen a Giraffe, but it is known
that there are millions and millions of careful
housewives all over the world using
Sunlight SoapV^
These housewives no longer dread %\
the advent of wash-dav, for, with
Sunlight Soap a- their ally, they
arc assured of a quick despatch of all
dirt and 11 I me-.. SuNLIGH I"
!' aves you < lothes.
%,

TRY IT IN YOUR
N X I WASH.
I

DRINK-
Welch's Grape Juice.
PRICES
(hiarts, 2s. 3d. each.
Pints, IS. 4d., "
15s. perdoz.
i Pints, 9d.
8s. 6d. per doz.
\ Pints, 5d.
4s. 6d. per doz.
T BLACK S 222 Bay St.
and The Nassau Candy Kitchen,
Opp. Hotel Colonia.
If you haven't anything to advertise.
Advertise your Business for sale.
Williams' Shoes Are Better
-T


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