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r* > London, 30th:— The King is improving after his fail from his horse, lie is still abed. London, 30th: Japan has requested the United States to give support to representations at Peking to postpone the re-establishment of aChinese monarchy until the European war is ended, Bucarest, 30th:-— It is reporl i that Turkish warships Bri slau, Greeben and tlamedi h have attacked the Russian squadron in the Bla k Sea. The results are not yet known. Amsterd im, 31 >th:—It is reported that nine persons convicte 1 of 1 spion ige were executed yesterday in Belgium. Paris, 31st; < ierman troops in importanl ma made thoroughly organized tack "ii French p isitions 1 night on a front of nearlj five miles in Champa) a trict. I hi y w..ie check) d with heavy German isa s and hurled back everyw here excepting the summit .>f Butte de Tabure A very large number of German de 1 left on the field. Berli n, 3 1st: —(ierman troop-, storm the heights Northwest of rahure and captured about [200 yards of French trenches. Northi ast of Neville and South of Souchez i4O0French were 1 apt u red. The Germans lost a salient .trench North of La Mesnil in Champ igne. The Germans captun I Milanouac, Serbia, 40 miles South of the Save ki South of Srebrenica 601 Serbians were taken. Berlin 31:— Military authorities state that Robert Fay arrested in New Yorkcharged with con-.pir.icv to blow niu| nition steamers is n tan officer in the German artnv. Dougkas, Villa vanguard of Arizona, 31: 1260 cavalry have approached Agua Prieilta to attack tlieCairan/a forces there. Villa has bejan placing his artillery and the Carranza forces are entrenching. It will probablv be several days before an attack is made. London, 31:—The Norwegian steamer Eidsiva hasl n sunk. Her crew were saved. — :o: 1 st November, 1 Londou, 30th: (inly the mountainous charactei of the country in which they are fight ing is savinih • Serbian armi 5 from annihilation and thier resistance to the Teutonic and Bulgarian pressure continues the m -1 interesting phase 0/ tinwar. Except for the French tingent defending the Serbian [in • in the region nf Strumitza the Allies i ments h not reached the hard pressed Si rbians Serbs, t iny n< 1 ;hbour Montenegro meantii 1 ing hammere I In the Austi i; are ex< new ed press along the I h ina near V*i shegrad in a movement co-o| •A ith the >< neral Teut< offensive in the B ilki After the Russian b< ml 1 rd incut of the Bulgarian littoral Russian troops ai 11-1 cr issing the Black Si ira to an attempted landing with a view toi ik n the Bui garians in the rear. These rep irts 1 ime from 1, %  man sour< e • and are not con :n med, nor is the rep >i•• of a big naval engagemi nt in black Sea between a Russian squadron and Turkish craft heard officially. The mo\ 1 mi nt of Ru troops to aid Sei bia is general I \ credit! 1 in England and ,givi 11 the most prominent place in the late editions of the evening pa pers in London. A guarded re ference to the undertaking was made in a Petrograd di spatch pi inted this morning wh'cli re ferred to the Russian Emperor journeying South to give a send oil to large forces. im sources in England Are still making urgent appeals to the Allies to rush troops to their countrys sunport but the verj fact that the Serbians have b en abli to hold nut to the present time has created a 1 ei tain amount of ipttmtsm, aer of the great battle fronts in the East and West has THE LEOPARD \ i ann< t char je his. spot 1: the removal of spot I lemishes ti ue shilling. M 2nd Bahamas Con' tingent. Volunteers can g*o to the Commandant's office at any time. Volunteer and DO IT NOW Nov. For Results Advertise in The Tribune. AND ON Wednesday 'einooij, 3rd al'4Y>'"l. A MATINEE will be given For Nurses nd Children ('under in only) Admission Six pence Pay at door 4 ^ Williams' Shoes Are Better



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NulllXIM .MIIIIC ins ] v i r. %  -1 %  ill v • i li.t iiiii y. i — c r i. Heinn bound msvtenr in ill.Dnftmns of i\o Mnsler. VOL. Ml. \nsaa\i. N. IV. Hahiwn.is. MONDAY. November. I, 1915 NO. ^74 .V The following is a copy of a telegram rec< ived fn im the Secretary of State for the Col mies relative to tke King's condition. G >l'Y I l TELEGRAM. I • "ii•! %  HI 30th (.it ivei 11 >r 11 ihamas. Octi iber ith. King's condition furthei impn ived, some sleep, pain dimiriishin :, ti mpei itun : normal. (Signed)BONAR LAW. The 0 n Air service for the aND Coi •. if was attended by a large number of visitors The singing was led by the band and a vet) i propriate MI m n 'ipreai hed bj the Ri Dudley | Browne from the I iiiii,-0 I J 1 _•! r.'K i 1 the men and prai|| I the n fur their loyalty j^ 1 iotism and ira — :o: — The M tor "Frances E" ar1 ivi d in Miami yesterday. irrivals per yesti rd ; 's mail st< aim I )r. VV. R. Lamb, Ainei Oculist and l >pti ian. Dr. I. irab is al the Hotel N iss 1'i an 1 will remain in this rity fi>r ij d tys only or until the 171!: insl. his idverIisment in tomorrow's issue, Radiograms Ocl (oth 1915. Londi in, 28th: I he (ierman offii ial statement re o rds 1 he advance of the A i tin Gi 1 in HI forces in Seibia aiici the capture by the Bulgarian • if Xij' in and Kni ivi \\ I -, bot 1 on the linn ik River Northeast "I Nish, but there is little 1 il her authi u 1 tative ii'".\s of the situation. Then are rep that the Serbians have 1 aptured I skull which is not in liliif,as s :i | mika I %  it. the French hold line of Krivolak Eadovista ami Strumitza, for with an army then and the v < : bians at Vi les, I • ould fi u m a dangero 1 salient. F01 thi rn iment the danspot foi thi S is \ irthej si corner w tin j I ing attacked from and 1 veritually must fall 1 towi Southwest. I us fai I havi 1 and despite he sei ii >usness of the in 1 ion pti 1 prevails in Serbian tei in Londi m. I Ii' 1 French, a G dread} have 0 men with too mnis al Salonika. W the vhei f. British Fo e m e n t s rem 'ins a secret that I of consid thi ' t a I thou 1 ( ii neral S ( \Iu in %  1 1 enth a| point* command the Galiipi ili opi r • ins has di cided Map >r '. ii neral Sir Bi j in I. VI lion, who commanded I column that relieved Maf< l< ing in Si >uth All ii an w ar, to D 1 opefate with the French. < '1 atei anxiety ex ists as ti 1 the attitude ol Grei e. It is known that Austin i lunga ry and Ilulgai ia have ciim plained of thecont intu d hos pitality shown the Allies al Salonika, and the account si, Lira-, to saj that the ( 1 i; 1 lent lias aski d the Allu s to leave < in ek : y. \ 1st this is the quoted ass %  jivi n by the Greek M uistcr at I'.uis to the Fre nch gi ivi rnm< nl thai (In HI 1 intention of ci imfnit1 ing any : istile act toward troo] : nind Riga and I )\ insk ii mans are n ing their efforts 1 the DvinaR and ii' ar 1 >n the St\ r, t lien has been n< %  \ %  11 i n g i n I I 1 a r e a. I ;i %  %  11 a small %  have taken pla e VVi st of Ri ga -hi %  • '1 man 11 ng ina n din cl ion. Hithi 1 to their main h >ou\ west 1 'I that .id. ()n I id in G licia ding .. an I witl Irawal 1 f P V'i v ian i is a su r 1 %  %  lence ii by a la rge m I %  explanation is thai tippremi • 1 taken his his in conn with the wi I. >nd< n: -An mphatic di nial tiiati Ireatlh il in \\ a sd in any pi tiati ms, direcl 1 >r ind made by 1 Vivid LI (lei 11 ge in reply to qu in the house ol 1 omm< ns toI Mr I loyd Ge< 11 ge s| M ike fiir Premier Asquith when the questi acame up. The querj propounded by M: Bryce wi to unofficial \ hange of views had ben can ied on ien Ilerlin and London with the possible objei I ol tin: oinclusi*m ol an early p< ice, and whethei inquiries 1 imilar nature ii I been 1 de by official representati any m tral pow< rs. —:o: Ocl 1915. I ad n 30th (iovernor Bahai.. I )fficial pi'". : 1 tctober thirti eth, Champagne. French 1 further in disput salient < apturing two hundred prise: in Russia and Itah thi re i no -jl( CI.il I: Signed) BONAR LAW, Ci 1 1 mhagen, ithOct: -It that a I nl of Ru isian troi havi ft Od and Si basti ipol for the Bulgai ianco; Paris, 30th: It : 1 ted that lii it isli 1 roi ips who I 11 %  'd al Salonika have joii the Sei bian n, '::: I'eutOl %  1 mi inui progn ss in \ : housand Si 1 taki n prisom Inn Ion. :h: A British auxiliary mini sunk ni collision wit ha Briti 1 warship of t he < i lip. ili P< ninsula. ( >ne hundn d men aw reported mi ing. Ottawa, (Int. 30th: Sir Charles Tu| i| ei. Can Statesman, died in England today, aged g (.. Wear Armbr-isters Shoes


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NulllXIM .mIiIic ins ] v i r. -1 ill v i li.t iiiii y. i c r i.
Heinn bound msvtenr in ill.- Dnftmns of i\o Mnsler.
VOL. Ml.
\nsaa\i. N. IV. Hahiwn.is. MONDAY. November. I, 1915
NO. ^74
.V
The following is a copy of
a telegram rec< ived fn im the
Secretary of State for the
Col mies relative to tke
King's condition.
G >l'Y I l TELEGRAM.
I "ii! hi 30th
(.it ivei 11 >r
11 ihamas.
Octi iber ith. King's con-
dition furthei impn ived, some
sleep, pain dimiriishin :, ti m-
pei itun : normal.
(Signed)BONAR LAW.
The 0 n Air service for the
aND Coi . if was attended
by a large number of visitors
The singing was led by the
band and a vet) i propriate
mi m n 'i- preai hed bj the
Ri Dudley | Browne from
the I iii-
ii,-- 0 I J
1 _! r.'K i 1 the men and
prai|| I the n fur their loyalty
j^ 1 iotism and
ira
:o:
The M tor "Frances E" ar-
1 ivi d in Miami yesterday.
irrivals per
yesti rd ; 's mail st< aim
I )r. VV. R. Lamb, Ainei
Oculist and l >pti ian.
Dr. I. irab is al the Hotel
N iss 1'i an 1 will remain in
this rity fi>r ij d tys only or
until the 171!: insl.
his idverIisment in to-
morrow's issue,
Radiograms
Ocl (oth 1915.
Londi in, 28th: I he (ier-
man offii ial statement re
o rds 1 he advance of the A i
tin Gi 1 in hi forces in Seibia
aiici the capture by the Bul-
garian if Xij' in and Kni
ivi \\ I -, bot 1 on the linn ik
River Northeast "I Nish, but
there is little 1 il her authi u 1
tative ii'".\s of the situation.
Then are rep that the
Serbians have 1 aptured
I skull which is not in
lili- if,as s:i| mika I
it. the French hold
line of Krivolak Eadovista
ami Strumitza, for with an
army then and the v< : bians
at Vi les, I ould fi u m
a dangero 1 salient.
F01 thi rn iment the dan-
spot foi thi S is
\ irthej si corner w
tin j I ing attacked from
and 1 veritually
must fall 1 towi
Southwest. I us fai I
havi
1 and despite he sei ii >us-
ness of the in1 ion pti
1 prevails in Serbian
tei in Londi m.
I Ii'1 French, a
G dread}
have 0 men
with too mnis al Salonika.
W the vhei
f. British Fo e m e n t s
rem 'ins a secret that I
of consid
thi ' t a I
thou 1 ( ii neral S (
\Iuin 1 1 enth a| point*
command the Galiipi ili opi r
ins has di cided
Map >r '. ii neral Sir Bi j in I.
VI lion, who commanded I
column that relieved Maf< l<
ing in Si >uth All ii an w ar, to
d 1 opefate with the French.
< '1 atei anxiety ex ists as
ti 1 the attitude ol Grei e. It
is known that Austin i lunga
ry and Ilulgai ia have ciim
plained of thecont intu d hos
pitality shown the Allies al
Salonika, and the account
- si, Lira-, to saj that the
( 1 i; 1 lent lias aski d
the Allu s to leave < in ek
: y.
\ 1st this is the quoted
ass jivi n by the Greek
M uistcr at I'.uis to the Fre
nch gi ivi rnm< nl thai (In
hi 1 intention of ci imfnit-
1 ing any : istile act toward
troo]
: nind Riga
and I )\ insk ii
mans are n ing their ef-
forts 1 the DvinaR
and ii' ar 1 >n the
St\ r, t lien has been n< \
11 i n g i n I I 1 a r e a.
I ;i 11 a small
have taken pla e VVi st
of Ri ga -hi '1
man 11 ng ina n
din cl ion. Hithi 1 to their main
h
>ou\ west 1 'I that
.id.
()n I id in G licia
ding .. an
I witl Irawal 1 f
P V'i v ian i is a su r 1

. lence ii
. by a la rge m I
explanation is
thai tip- premi 1
taken his his
in conn
with the wi
I. >nd< n: -An mphatic
di nial tiiati Ireatlh il in \\as-
d in any pi
tiati ms, direcl 1 >r ind
. made by 1 Vivid LI
(lei 11 ge in reply to qu
in the house ol 1 omm< ns to-
I
Mr I loyd Ge< 11 ge s|m ike fiir
Premier Asquith when the
questi a- came up.
The querj propounded by
M: Bryce wi to unofficial
. \ hange of views had ben
can ied on ien Ilerlin
and London with the possible
objei I ol tin: oinclusi*m ol an
early p< ice, and whethei
inquiries 1 imilar nature
ii I been 1 de by official
representati any m
tral pow< rs.
:o:
Ocl 1915.
I ad n 30th
(iovernor
Bahai..
I )fficial pi'". : 1 tctober thirti
eth, Champagne. French 1
further in disput
salient < apturing two hundred
prise:
in Russia and Itah thi re i no
-jl( CI.il I:
Signed)
BONAR LAW,
.
Ci 11 mhagen, ithOct: -It
that a I
nl of Ru isian troi
havi ft Od and Si bas-
ti ipol for the Bulgai ianco;
Paris, 30th: It : 1 ted
that lii it isli 1 roi ips who I 11
'd al Salonika have joii
the Sei bian
n, '::: I'eutOl
1 mi inui progn ss in
\ : housand Si 1
taki n prisom
Inn Ion. :h: A British
auxiliary mini
sunk ni collision wit ha Bri-
ti 1 warship of t he < i lip. ili
P< ninsula. ( >ne hundn d men
aw reported mi ing.
Ottawa, (Int. 30th: Sir
Charles Tu| i| ei. Can
Statesman, died in England
today, aged g (..
Wear
Armbr-isters
Shoes


r*
>
London, 30th: The King
is improving after his fail
from his horse, lie is still
abed.
London, 30th: Japan has
requested the United States
to give support to represen-
tations at Peking to post-
pone the re-establishment of
aChinese monarchy until the
European war is ended,
Bucarest, 30th:- It is re-
porl i that Turkish warships
Bri slau, Greeben and tlame-
di h have attacked the Rus-
sian squadron in the Bla k
Sea. The results are not yet
known.
Amsterd im, 31 >th:It is re-
ported that nine persons con-
victe 1 of 1 spion ige were ex-
ecuted yesterday in Belgium.
Paris, 31st; < ierman
troops in importanl ma
made thoroughly organized
tack "ii French p isitions
' 1 night on a front of nearlj
five miles in Champa) a
trict.
I hi y w..ie check) d with
heavy German isa s and
hurled back everyw here ex-
cepting the summit .>f Butte
de Tabure A very large
number of German de 1 !
left on the field.
Berli n, 3 1st: (ierman
troop-, storm the heights
Northwest of rahure and
captured about [200 yards of
French trenches.
Northi ast of Neville and
South of Souchez i4O0French
were 1 apt u red.
The Germans lost a salient
.trench North of La Mesnil in
Champ igne.
The Germans captun I
Milanouac, Serbia, 40 miles
South of the Save ki
South of Srebrenica 601 Ser-
bians were taken.
Berlin 31:Military autho-
rities state that Robert Fay
arrested in New Yorkcharged
with con-.pir.icv to blow niu- |
nition steamers is n tan offi-
cer in the German artnv.
Dougkas,
Villa vanguard of
Arizona, 31: -
1260 cav-
alry have approached Agua
Prieilta to attack tlieCairan-
/a forces there. Villa has be-
jan placing his artillery and
the Carranza forces are en-
trenching. It will probablv
be several days before an at-
tack is made.
London, 31:The Norwe-
gian steamer Eidsiva hasl n
sunk. Her crew were saved.
:o:
1 st November, 1
Londou, 30th: (inly the
mountainous charactei of the
country in which they are fight
ing is savin- ih Serbian armi 5
from annihilation and thier
resistance to the Teutonic and
Bulgarian pressure continues the
m -1 interesting phase 0/ tin-
war. Except for the French
tingent defending the Serbian
[in in the region nf Strumitza
the Allies i ments h
not reached the hard pressed
Si rbians Serbs, t iny n< 1 ;hbour
Montenegro meantii 1 ing
hammere I In the Austi i;
are ex< new ed press
along the I h ina near V*i shegrad
in a movement co-o|
a ith the >< neral Teut<
offensive in the B ilki
After the Russian b< ml 1 rd
incut of the Bulgarian littoral
Russian troops ai 11- -1
cr issing the Black Si ira
to an attempted landing
with a view toi ik n the Bui
garians in the rear.
These rep irts 1 ime from 1,
man sour< e and are not con
:n med, nor is the rep >i of a
big naval engagemi nt in
black Sea between a Russian
squadron and Turkish craft
heard officially.
The mo\ 1 mi nt of Ru
troops to aid Sei bia is general I \
credit! 1 in England and ,givi 11
the most prominent place in the
late editions of the evening pa
pers in London. A guarded re
ference to the undertaking was
made in a Petrograd di spatch
pi inted this morning wh'cli re
ferred to the Russian Emperor
journeying South to give a
send oil to large forces.
im sources in England
Are still making urgent appeals
to the Allies to rush troops to
their countrys sunport but the
verj fact that the Serbians have
b en abli to hold nut to the
present time has created a 1 ei
tain amount of ipttmtsm,
aer of the great battle
fronts in the East and West has
THE LEOPARD \
i ann< t char je his. spot 1: the removal of spot
I lemishes ti used. As the Leopard's eyes gleam in the darki
I the night, so clothes washed with Sunlight^
gleam white and pure in the brilliant light of day.
like the I.c pard's jaws, whichare formed to dctrc
SU. .IGHT SOAP
is created to pi rve. It
: 1 rves \ 1 ur cl thes and
riouseh Id In
11. : 11 '
1
I
will not injui - the
1
k IT.
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OkUt
ishi 'I any marked devel p
m< nts Pel reports to
it that the Austro 11
arc evacuating Volhynia
1 quantity of
ammunition and supplii -
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Notice
ORE men
wanted for
are
the
The 1st Bahamas
Girl Guides
will give an
ENTERTAINMENT
in St. Andrews Hall on
1 hursda) N'ov. 4th
at 8 p 111.
I Indei ii . i His
I ki ellem \ tlw Govei nor
and Mrs. AI lardy ce
in aid of
The I.O.D.E. British RED CROSS
FUND
\ ; ssi< 11 I >ue shilling.
.

M
2nd Bahamas Con- '
tingent. Volunteers
can g*o to the Com-
mandant's office at
any time.
Volunteer and
DO IT NOW
Nov.
For Results
Advertise in
. The Tribune.
AND ON
Wednesday 'einooij,
3rd al'4Y>'"l.
A MATINEE
will be given
For Nurses nd Children
('under in only)
Admission Six pence
Pay at door
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