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L OILBRRT DUPUOH, Editor .mj PI OPFK i Corner Shirley fi. Chavrlolte Sis 'PHOllE 260. p. o. I OX I"',::. PUBLISHED IIAILY RATES r, Wadm I rid ly single I u Monthly IN Id i : 'i'l 5'l i %  I' \1AKI.K IN ADVANl I ' I %  i % %  %  11 er 11n*fot'rrn:'.' rici • %  ., ; line (or -ul-'iuc .; \ Ivriti'ciiH'iilmi i i -1•_;111 In • Zhc {tribune TUESDAY. November 2. 191 S. The Mail Steamer "Morro Castle" arrived from X " Sum g .;,,! a fter transferring the following passengers to the 1 ei ler 'Col f '" proo • i Havana with rs for thai city, Mis es Ma I Bai tt, Emma ton, Annie Bi • May Mali olm, Clairmond Mai sfield, Floren :e \l. Halanen, M Saunders, May B. John on, I lar E. Sutto'n, Isabel Bi I Emili S. Lightbourn, Una B Holmes, El \ Add -rley, Lilian erley and I> iisy \. Stui rrup, Catherine Adderlev, Ella E. Leach, Ellen S. Moore, Laura K. Sam!-, and Catherine S. v < I ott; I>r. and Mrs. Robi it \". Weir, Hon. and Mrs. Han onrt Malcolm, Mr. and Mrs. Ruperl M. Simpson, Hon. and Mrs. I. Ronald Young, Mr. and Mrs. William. .1. Clogg, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Westfield, and Mr and Mrs. ArthurG. Swe< iing; Messrs II. E. M.Johns m, Arthur R. Prankish, Ci nstantni" Christophelis, George W. Donaldson,Charles A. R. Menendez, Henry Zimmerman, William Rowers, Frederick S. Armbrister, Henry W. Lightbourn, andjame I Saunders; Rev, Chrv ostom Schrii m r. and Dr. William R Lamb; Master [. Ronald 'i ng MisTelcey Hassel; Mrs, Aline MaU'ii, MISSIS. .John M Brost, William C. II Ste venson, and Manuel d I iren j. Mi ssrs. Alfred Sawyer, Peter Dona than, and .1 hn Johnson. We hear that Mr. George W. Armbrister is a candidate i for eli ction for Cat Island. I'll,' Motor "Frances E" left Miami today l'"i Na lau. V thi Band C nci rts an Ice ill be furnished li\ the W. C. T. Union tinpro oted to comforts of the ..i'l Contingent. 1ST BAHAMAS CONTINGENT III'following pr<>im have I)' en made in Jamaica in the Bahamas Contingent. Albury, W. I Seai jeant. Mason, <). Coi ;iral. i : ington, S. do. Cole, G. M. do. Bethi I, C. do. Johnin, i. II. do. '.n. II. do. B i ,11. do. I Contingent ha mad' 1 a Mai nine (inn Sectii in. Dr. and Mrs. Robert F. Weir, an iv. d on Sunday per Miirro Castle ami arc at tin ir win' '.' n '•. isually among the first of our win tc: emigrants, Mr. and Mrs. Ruperl M, Simpson ar1 on Sunday and are at their winter home. %  >: The Hon. a n d M r s. J. R maid Voung liave retuim 'I home alter a long summer vacation. — :o:— The Rev. Fr. Chrj sostom S hriener is home again, from hisummer visit up North, his sister Mis. Si hott returm d with him. The Hon. Mr. Speaker, and Mis. Malcolm returned on Sunday per "Mono Castle" from their summer holiday. Miss Mm .field is again in the ity, lor her usual winter! stay. :.>: — Our i sti emed citizen II\Y. Lightbourn a n d his daughter Miss Emilie Lightbourn came home per "Mi 'iio Castle" on Sunday. Extracts From Letters From The Bahamas Contingent ptember 30-1",. It isa beaul itt.il afternoon, the %  10U 5t we have had y< t. I •. is delightful, w 1M1 a 50ft north 1 1 I breeze blowing, and <". 1 y thing bright ami clear, It has | wet all dav, hut the sun I just come out, and as I looUout of the barrack window in the north, I si e one of thi beautiful sights possible I is the bai rack] aid covered w ith How flow ex carpe! 11, u ith the ual ro \ ellow buildings going to %  1 1 illhills almost, the hills and mountains green at the nil and the colour iter as it i;urs up, till a' t p it is bluish purple. I is light grey, and almn I summit of the mountains an 1 ireenw a a and X %  1 stle, with n I tiled r<> ifs, an I •". buildings. Il i e than beau tiful, and it mak and :a ea t ami w mi lei ful 1 .'in. \ll the 1 f<>| sion d twitti 1 "I a Inil, an commands mi the dull ground to the boys. I I Mj dutii s w re not arduous, tions le "1 ">> : house" at 7 a. m. and keep a fire goii potatoes befiar breakfast. kfi st, lie |<( eps a I while a cook conks the dinuei. The same thing foi supi 1 he has 'to rinse en; the I lei and hod tl. i r. There • nothing in it to do, and I found time drag a part of the til They cook h>r about : mi n in the "cook hou ai this is my fust expei ience of 1 ooking as I have only bei n in the building oner before and that was will n I was messorderly, a week ago to daw I don't know d I i \ plained '.hosi ''ute s tojou I may have forgotten to put them in. Well anyhow, mi ss orderly to SWI ep thi pi IZ2 and W around the building before breakfast, i lam he draws the bread and meat at 7 a m and cli ars up th< after br<. last. I le. has to dean the lamps, door knobs, sashes, and taps, etc. After dinner and supper he he cleans up again. We have 01 e si iU h h,i^. and want t Won't think .• u ill get them here. We nS**'^ 11 d musketrj lecfcn every daj at : J. |o bj a sergeant w ho %  • us the rilie, and every other day 1 o-M • Lieut Tuick, \\ ho (jivi S us the appil. cation. I hi % %  ill le into camp next we 1 I we hope to leave for i'.n aftrnoon, 1 when they I hand ill' re. The, plaj ed a % %  etty came, and tin' band had its new hand • i "a "first si ow." The 1 hand certainly doi s plaj 11 an I tifuiK I don't n you that we had forty iern in a cimple "f the buildings in 1 I h iron fen with ,11 u.ed guard all arou Some of them who are'harml walk in tin grounds from 7 p m., and others can only r a guard with I'd rifli • I i.• %  mi ies stand in lathsheds above the fence, w ith loaded uil'sjfri hi -, eve s of intense hatred. It maj he I onlj fancv it, t others do't 10 < lh, w nuldn't I lad if only tins othi t. ould m tl ie & mine '" u -. It would I glad that the | louse i' ind doubt not that Mm will have but little bli in getting the men Now i 'in Guardian ist Baham 1 Conl in gent I Ip I'.n k Camp Kingston Jamaica. < )ctobi 1 iqth 19153 The Editor, 'I he Tribune Sir, use my asking a favour, as I had inti nded not !• • ask a fa\ our of any 1 ne, but to serve my King and country. l'h .1 e tell the boys to come over and help me to bring the V. C t.i our tiny little country. The soldiers life is one foi stide and good lor sirength%  ning men by learning our drill. We .ne 30 strona ( 1 tnafl sirl<) but we are wilnng to do



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^ the work of 300 and 111'-ii help (o do some more. So coinc on boys and help me fight #ise who are afraid. We will stand and the c iermans. I cl< ise this down hoping tn • all some time, but boys do as I have done 1 help to bring that V. ('. Sir, the Bahamian b • thank yme influential I >emi in is strutting about an 1 dissuading the white mi n from enlisting ? It seems preposterous Mr. Editor for such things if true to be allowed to continue, and I suggest the hangman's knot be placed around such offenders necks. 1 maintain that such actions is TREASON. 1 say treason because il the rumoui be corn cl su li persons are aiding and abbeting the enemy, by obstructing the enlistment of men inHis Britannic Majesty's army for the purpose 1 if helping to subdue the enemy, th< re fi ire sir, I claim that all should be punished. Now that an extensive appeal has been made from the throne I hop" 1 he recruiting ommittee will see that the men be all enlisted in the same manner, without discrimination and if by chance die in the same manner. I his is nol B time for petty-] God made us all, and if any man thinks that he is better than another because of his skin, lei him remember [with all due reverence) and praise to His I loly name, thai our Lord and Masti • man, waseoloun d, I .< 1 us hope to as many as are in sound health be enrolling their names as sp< pdily as possible in order that \\ hen the time this tow n ol Na sau together with th< adj tcent islands may -end at 1< ast two thousand mi n. If needs be. Thanks for space allowed Y rs truly PATRIOTIC. Radiograms 2nd November, 1915. London, 1st. Goveanor Bahai Official N< vs: Novi mber 1st, kings condition is further improvi cl and his pain is dimin! rnture andjpulse are normal, eper Hytin sunk through a collision I lipoli. 150 1111 n are missing. Fram e reports stubborn trench fighting Jin Artois, Cham| ague, enemy attacks were defeat) 'I on a five mile front, excepting fi 1 local st 1 Tahure Hill, with very hi The enemy claims further proi in Serbia. %  ned) BONAR LAW. Berlin: The French submarine Turquoise was sunkby Turkish artillery. I lie crew arc prisoners. The French troops in Serbia came from Gallipoli. Bulgai ian ai 111!<-• • are hombarding the exterior Forts ol Nish, The Germans have captured the town of Kraguyvatz where there is a great Serbian aisenal. During October the Germans capti %  1 ooprisoners on Russian and Serbian front-,. 1 I," (iei mans arc %  in advancing towards Riga. London :I he king, m improA d, n tuned to London t' might. I 1 V. : ; the actor, is dead. Sir Arthur William Rocker, si ienl ist, is di .^\. ag< d 67. Peking:The Chinese ernmenl ha reji I d ,; . al fr< im Japan, G I Britain and Russia that a decision regarding a monarchical nment be postpoi Halifax. X. S— The Dutch imer Kamborn and the steamer Ho king, formerly 11 nish but now ll\ ii American flag, have been brought into ur with prize en i the I u ol an unit, rl ik< 1. which pl< ,s him in a position t" carry out Funerals that may be 1 ntrusted to his 1 are with system and despatch | fully solicits theii pain a j r r ii es first and prove thai these are the very I westforthi first class work.



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lion wasdistressin^anddisgust log, the climate an intolerable one, the teat of war a bed of mud, malaria (which thev did not know anything about then) rampant, and the air heavy with | %  stiferous exhalations of "tunej of decaying tropical vegetation. Nelson wasbarely savedfrorn being stung to death oya serpent, and he narrowly i"'l being poisoned through armkingat a spring in which some branches ol themachii apple had been thrown. I were without provisions ai 'I to subsist on a orotn Formed by broiling moilKeys. He became verv ill and nis life wassaved by Sir Petei 1 '"'-•' r appointing him to the mmand of the 'Janus', ,. guns He returned to famaica to take possession of her, but was suffering from such a severe attai k of dysenterv thai Inh ad Jo be conveyed on shore wl " : i lerly nursed by Lady ',' I ; and n *r I per. Mis dlness increasing he was finally invalided home. (to be continued* The Rainbow Club AM) The 1st Bahamas Girl Guides will give an 2nd Bahamas Contingent [ T is probable thJ the Con' tngent wilHoe leaving Nassau For Jamaica at the latter part of Noveml 1 "' ^" ting Committee appeals to tia.-.-cut-ral public 1 "<" wann -,... i; S comforters and warm v. At the n th se n;;,y lM**n\ to the i oramaridant's Office at the 11 11 lacks. It is expected that the men V|Ii arrive in England durmg winter, andlhis appeal will afford their, friends an opportunity of showing their appreciation of the loyal manner in which the m< n h ive come forward to serve their King and Country. R. H. C. CRAWFORD, Chairman, Recruiting Committee 29th October, 1915. ENTERTAINMENT in St. Andn w Hall on Thursdaj Nov. 4th at 8 p m. I nder the patronage of I li^ Excellencj the < iovernor and Mis. Allaid in aid of The I.O.D.E. British RED CROSS FUND Admission One shilling, ti f .. tale .-it M B '. Si AND ON VVi dm s I ly afternoon, N 3rd at -| p.m. A MATINEE will be givt ii For Nurses and Child Big Reduction In Prices Of Fresh Meat pIK undi rsigned u ill s< I! al Block No. 6 in the City Meat Mai kit from the 14th inst. fresh meat at the following prices viz: — Bl ef Steak at iod. pi i II). R isl Beef at iod. ,, lb. Stewing at gd. .. lb. Mutton 8Jd. ., [b. Pork7d. „ lb. (under HI only) Admis ;ion -Six pi 1 Pay at door N. B.— I beg to draw the attention of the public to the fact, that in my above advertisement oil, nng fresh meat of various kinds at reduced prices, that ray only prices are those as quoted above, which I am prepan d al all times to serve mv customers, and all others who may favour me with their patronage and from and afti 1 the middle of 11 embei of this year I will have quite n variety of American frozen meat and poultrv Remember my prices I intend to hold to as time will pn <\ e T. \ ROKER. Rope Rope Rope Manilla Rope1 Hemp Rope w '\^j| Sisal Rop..'*Baling Rope Jute Rope. A ''' '-'• line of over %  Coils kept in deliven d from %  ui Warehod in .Nassau at New York pri< plus Freight ;md Duty. Buj here and save Neil York Commission, Interest and the trouble of ordering CHAS. E. ALBURY, Agent] White Lime AM offering F( >.; S \I.E '">' entin of White Lime of aboul 800 bushels I. per but hel. Orders left at Mr. Solomon Finlayson, Deveaux St. or Ph one 258 or "The Tribune" Office. I iSIAH RAHMl Look! FOR SALE A GRAPHAPHONE with English and French Recurdi For particulars, Apply, P. A. I RECO. Quarry Stone For Sale. 55 e ARTHUR B. SUTTON 1 East Sti %  in in 1 irn e 11 \ him For Results Advertise in he Tribune. CHAS C. UQHTBObRN AR.MSTR.ONG ST. Hawkln's Hill. pX PERIENCED P %  *—• Hanger. Ceiling Work, •' -r cinlty. All work carefully and Artistically performed. Absolute sat isl iction guaran i' ed. The vi ry best r< fen 11 TERMS MODERATE. Foreigner: I haven't tat a wi II ci 11 iked meal sini < %  I've bi en in \ ssau. Nassauvian: —Havi tried Isa c Roberts on East \;.-\ St. ? Foreigner: ,\o. Nassauvian: Try and you wil always. All are welcome: Comi now il you want to ta ti I 1 oking of the best 1 ik Nassau evei 1 l uced. 1 5 Crates of Crockery MNl \l'l > rED.J | 11 M • %  1 Wl LL 8 ELL '>' B %  and I nai pie, orp] itu i Bowls fi 2d. I 1 •. 1 1 'I I Id to I M 1 I. Pitch rs9d. to 1 0 Platti 3d. ( Dd Dishes. 8d. I 2 Cl rs.0 tols.8d I • : i %  :!,',''" (,r: I ;; • ro crate ofOd. pei bbl. Call Q ii I ly i KNICK-KNACK STORE '•in M nki t Mint I UK LINEN STORE. and iyj MQ rovers Have Received I he I.at -;t Spring Novelty THE NEW "LAVENETS Guan nteed Untarnishabli. and Washable. Suitable for \\ ait I Vokes, 11 Millin i j. White and Black, White and Silver, Black and Sii White and G Id, E. ru and 1 %  'Id, Heliotrope and Gold, Saxe Blue and t „,|d. t iold SUver and Crystal Tassi Is, W In!'', Cream, and Ecru Bre '"i""' Nets, Shadow Nets, '-•!"' Nets, ( h i r alls, Point d'Esprit, Pleati d Net Much ings. Washable Marquisettes. Blai k and White, Sand and White, Double Width. Poplin. Black Poplin, White Poplin, double width. White Washing Silk. Silk Crepe, Cotton Crepe. May ist, 1915. Williams' Shoes Are Better



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ff^ >4fe NUIIIUM nddicttia |urarc in verbs m&Hlatrl. Beinj. bound to swear to the l)omtv of no Mnster. \l,J f VOL. VII. Naiaitu. N. P., I'MIIA Til' SIIAY. November 2. I91.S NO. ^74 Life of Nelson and short account of The Battle of Trafalgar ? A Lecture delivered by His Excellency the Governor. William L Allardyce. Esq.. CMC. on Trafalgar Day (2 1st October i 1915. in Viciona Hall, in aid of the Red Cross Fund. sickly se ison." As typical of his daring and character the following is w< II authenticated. i" a gale of wind lured an American letter of marque (we were at war with America at th^time) and the I irst Liei ti ant was unable rd hei iwing to the hi On h Capt Locker said. "H n the ship who can b ard the Continued from SMurdny. October Mi. 1915. W HEN the "Rai mnabla" was paid oil lie was transferred to the "Tri umph" w liich was used gu irdship in the Medway, As tlie| was a surplus "I young nai ers in lhos< days, and Ins uncle was very anxious to rfeel luin in all mattersappertaining to the was sent by him on a merchant ship (o the West Indies as a foremast hand. This training la somew hat over a year, and he returned in i 77a to the I ri umph.' Nelson writing at tins time says : "If I did no) im prove in mj education I return i d a practi al s< aman and K impressed with the idea, 'afl the most honour, forward the betti man.'" Vboul this time an < % %  tion was being fitti I out to the North Pole, and he begged to .11 i ip ii} Captain I i in the 'Carets vain. Although only men w ere sup posed I '.", and Nelson was only i j. he pleaded so hard that he was taken. On his re turn he was, through Ins uncle's influence, nttai hed to the 'Si i horse', 20 Runs, which was fit ting out f-r the East Indies. To quote Nelson's words, "Nothing less than such a distant voyage could in the least satis fv m\ desire for maritime kn >w ledge." I luring this three years 1 ruise he did much >}u\\ as a seaman aloft, was afti rwi rated as a midshipman, and finally on the quart er. This was in 1 I; n he was \~ yean 1 '•• In 177'' he was ia< home, and shortl) aft< i attach, d to the 'Won sti r', i Captaii !.u!. Robii son, %  Vi ting Lieutenant. Tins ship was employed running I anm i and I iil ral ter, and it is interesting to note thai in hi r be paid his first \ isit to the Me littei in which ciated w ith liis name Captain Rl inson saw much in young Nelson that impn ssed him, and e all possible encoui mem to his youthful abi ities Nelson afti proudh n nrdrd the I di nee thai I 1 nder n posed in him in these words, Uthough m\ might have hecn a suflii ii causi For not entrustii with the rharge of a watch, y< t Captain Robinson used to lie felt as easy when I was up on deck as any Officer in the ship." In 1777 he passed his exami nation lor Lieutt nant and was givi n Ins commission and ap p< nitci t,, the 'Lowestoffe' C iptjiin Locker) a frigate of \2 guns drained for the Wl Si Indies. Promotion there was often very rapid, the old toasl being, "a bloody war and a I" !/<• > '1 he Master ran to the gangwaj to gel into the 1 oat when Ni Ison sti pped him, saj "II is mj turn now, if' I Later nvalidedhome and obtained Nelson's transfer to gship ol P< u f Parl er, as thud Lieutenant. Two months later he appoint! d to thebrig 'Had ger' and sent to protect I quit< I and the r..i\ of Honduras from American pri ersmen. \ rding to his phers, Nelsoi • rial l this period of his life, ow ingto his delicate health and his diminutive figure, w as f ir from i xpn ssing the greal of his in:. Hi ctual pov From Ins earliest years. i the hero of Sparta he had been enamoun d of RIO i>-. and had p ( ,\ ., -of mind. N Ison pi also a similar tenderm ss an d simplii itv of manner, The de mi anoui of this extraordinary man was entin Ij the di mi ,:ii in of a British si aman. V is littl Mir he I ad now ' '• In had endured the hardest parl ol its life in a vo ational sei &e When the en< rgii s of his m j n( j were not called forth by some object of duty, or professional interest. |„. seemed to retire within him If, and to care bul little for "int, si< s of p<: • d life. In his dn ~s he had all the clennlim ^ of an English h his manner of wi aring it gavi him an air of neglig no nd yet his gem ral and conversation, whn he wit hed to %  Ii m p a (harm that was irresistible. I r> tiaiis-r. s^Bir a moment. I i Spain, *nc cori idffrable anxi fell in Ciie.it /kitain at our naval been repp %  : h\ 1 atlmm as i i of the K i| ;; 1 < oi with the obj< e! of I ii. %  f'v : enti his third son, 1 'rim e William I lenry, as a midshipman. So far as th< rdeck was conri d the result was sui i ful. The ships of war were promptly filled with sprigs of the nobility. It was long a popular stor) in the Navy that %  William had i : man a lieu! nant of a man of war hail :< n-topsail yard, shout at, "My Lords and (Jentle men. and all you Right lion ourable Lubbers, hear a hand and roll up that sail and lay Iii June, 1779, Nelsi m,! 1 came Posi-Ci a in the frigi 'Hinchinbrook', 38 guns. 11" was not tin n 2i. From this point onward his promotion from the rank of Captain to \dmiral ci uld I made by se niority only, the possibility of juniors passing ovi r his head 1 favour ot Other** ise was thus done away with. It was at this juncture that the safety of Jamaica • threatened, and Nelson imi diatelj 1 Hi red hi< s< rvices to the Admiralty and to the < !ov ernor and war appointed to command the batteries at P Royal, which was tin 1 t im portanl | osl in the whole Is land. In 1 38o he took i arl in an exjH dition to lake Nil ara • I 'St Juan and othei Spanish str< nghi Ids. Here he losl his health, the exi edi ntinued on foui 1 \ Wear Armbristers Shoes /


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NuIIIum nddicttia |urarc in verbs m&Hlatrl.
Beinj. bound to swear to the l)omtv of no Mnster.
\l,J f VOL. VII.
Naiaitu. N. P., I'mIia....., Til' SIIAY. November 2. I91.S
NO. ^74
Life of Nelson
and short account of
The Battle of Trafalgar
?
A Lecture delivered by His Excellency the Governor. William
L Allardyce. Esq.. CMC. on Trafalgar Day (2 1st October i
1915. in Viciona Hall, in aid of the Red Cross Fund.
sickly se ison." As typical of
his daring and character the
following is w< II authenticated.
i" a gale of wind
lured an American letter of
marque (we were at war with
America at th^time) and the
I irst Liei ti ant was unable
rd hei iwing to the hi
On h Capt
Locker said. "H
n the ship who can b ard the
Continued from SMurdny.
October Mi. 1915.
WHEN the "Rai mnabla"
was paid oil lie was
transferred to the "Tri
umph" w liich was used
gu irdship in the Medway, As
tlie| was a surplus "I young
nai ers in lhos< days, and
Ins uncle was very anxious to
rfeel luin in all mattersapper-
taining to the was sent
by him on a merchant ship (o
the West Indies as a foremast
hand. This training la
somew hat over a year, and he
returned in i 77a to the I ri
umph.' Nelson writing at tins
time says : "If I did no) im
prove in mj education I return
i d a practi al s< aman and
K impressed with the idea, 'afl
the most honour, forward the
betti man.'"
Vboul this time an < .
tion was being fitti I out to the
North Pole, and he begged to
.11 i ip ii} Captain I i
in the 'Carets vain.
Although only men w ere sup
posed I '.", and Nelson was
only i j. he pleaded so hard
that he was taken. On his re
turn he was, through Ins uncle's
influence, nttai hed to the 'Si i
horse', 20 Runs, which was fit
ting out f-r the East Indies.
To quote Nelson's words, "No-
thing less than such a distant
voyage could in the least satis
fv m\ desire for maritime kn >w
ledge." I luring this three years
1 ruise he did much >}u\\ as a
seaman aloft, was afti rwi
rated as a midshipman, and
finally on the quart
er. This was in
1! I;- n he was \~ yean
1 ' In 177'' he was ia<
home, and shortl) aft< i
attach, d to the 'Won sti r', i
Captaii !.u!. Robii son,
' Vi ting Lieutenant. Tins
ship was employed running
I anm i and I iil ral
ter, and it is interesting to note
thai in hi r be paid his first \ isit
to the Me littei in which
ciated w ith liis name Captain
Rl inson saw much in young
Nelson that impn ssed him, and
e all possible encoui
mem to his youthful abi ities
Nelson afti proudh n
nrdrd the I di nee thai I 1
' nder n posed in him in
these words, Uthough m\
might have hecn a suflii ii
causi For not entrustii
with the rharge of a watch, y< t
Captain Robinson used to
lie felt as easy when I was up
on deck as any Officer in the
ship."
In 1777 he passed his exami
nation lor Lieutt nant and was
givi n Ins commission and ap
p< nitci t,, the 'Lowestoffe'
C iptjiin Locker) a frigate of
\2 guns drained for the Wl Si
Indies. Promotion there was
often very rapid, the old toasl
being, "a bloody war and a
I" !/< > '1 he Master ran to the
gangwaj to gel into the 1 oat
when Ni Ison sti pped him, saj
"II is mj turn now, if' I
" Later
' nvalidedhome and
obtained Nelson's transfer to
gship ol
P< u f Parl er, as thud Lieute-
nant. Two months later he
appoint! d to thebrig 'Had
ger' and sent to protect I
quit< I and the r..i\ of
Honduras from American pri
ersmen. \ rding to his
phers, Nelsoi rial
l this period of his
life, ow ingto his delicate health
and his diminutive figure, w as
f ir from i xpn ssing the greal
of his in:. Hi ctual pov
From Ins earliest years. !
i the hero of Sparta
he had been enamoun d of rIo
i>-. and had p( ,\ .,
-of mind. N Ison pi
also a similar tenderm ss and
simplii itv of manner, The de
mi anoui of this extraordinary
man was entin Ij the
di mi ,:ii in of a British si aman.
V is littl Mir
he I ad now
' ' In had endured
the hardest parl ol its life in a
vo ational sei &e When the
en< rgii s of his mjn(j were not
called forth by some object of
duty, or professional interest. |.
seemed to retire within him
If, and to care bul little for
"int, si< s of p<:
d life. In his dn ~s he had all
the clennlim ^ of an English
h his manner of
wi aring it gavi him an air of
neglig no nd yet his gem ral
and conversation, wh- n
he wit hed to Ii m p
a (harm that was irresistible.
I r> tiaiis-r. s^Bir a moment.
I i Spain, *nc
cori idffrable anxi fell
in Ciie.it /kitain at our naval
been repp : h\
1 atlmm as i
' i of the K i| ;;
1'< oi with the obj< e! of I
ii. f'-v : enti
his third son, 1 'rim e William
I lenry, as a midshipman. So
far as th< rdeck was con-
ri d the result was sui i
ful. The ships of war were
promptly filled with sprigs of
the nobility. It was long a
popular stor) in the Navy that
William had
i : man a lieu!
nant of a man of war hail
:< n-topsail yard, shout
at, "My Lords and (Jentle
men. and all you Right lion
ourable Lubbers, hear a hand
and roll up that sail and lay
Iii June, 1779, Nelsi m,! 1 came
Posi-Ci a in the frigi
'Hinchinbrook', 38 guns. 11"
was not tin n 2i. From this
point onward his promotion
from the rank of Captain to
\dmiral ci uld I made by se
niority only, the possibility of
juniors passing ovi r his head 1
favour ot Other** ise was thus
done away with.
It was at this juncture that
the safety of Jamaica
threatened, and Nelson imi
diatelj 1 Hi red hi< s< rvices to
the Admiralty and to the < !ov
ernor and war appointed to
command the batteries at P
Royal, which was tin 1 t im
portanl | osl in the whole Is
land. In 1 38o he took i arl in
an exjH dition to lake Nil ara
I 'St Juan and
othei Spanish str< nghi Ids. Here
he losl his health, the exi edi
ntinued on foui 1 \
Wear Armbristers Shoes
/


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Editor .mj Pi
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Corner Shirley fi. Chavrlolte Sis
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Zhc {tribune
TUESDAY. November 2. 191 S.
The Mail Steamer "Morro
Castle" arrived from X ,
" Sum g .;,,! after
transferring the following pas-
sengers to the 1 ei ler 'Col
f'" proo i Havana with
rs for thai city,
Mis es Ma I Bai tt, Emma
ton, Annie Bi May
Mali olm, Clairmond Mai sfield,
Floren :e \l. Halanen, M
Saunders, May B. John on, I lar
' E. Sutto'n, Isabel Bi I
Emili S. Lightbourn, Una B
Holmes, El \ Add -rley, Lilian
erley and I> iisy \. Stui ,
rrup,
Catherine Adderlev, Ella E.
Leach, Ellen S. Moore, Laura K.
Sam!-, and Catherine S. v< I ott;
I>r. and Mrs. Robi it \". Weir,
Hon. and Mrs. Han onrt Mal-
colm, Mr. and Mrs. Ruperl M.
Simpson, Hon. and Mrs. I.
Ronald Young, Mr. and Mrs.
William. .1. Clogg, Mr. and
Mrs. Charles Westfield, and
Mr and Mrs. ArthurG. Swe< i-
ing; Messrs II. E. M.Johns m,
Arthur R. Prankish, Ci nstan-
tni" Christophelis, George
W. Donaldson,Charles A. R.
Menendez, Henry Zimmer-
man, William Rowers, Fre-
derick S. Armbrister, Henry
W. Lightbourn, andjame I
Saunders; Rev, Chrv ostom
Schrii m r. and Dr. William
R Lamb; Master [. Ronald
'i ng
Mis- Telcey Hassel; Mrs,
Aline MaU'ii, Missis. .John
M Brost, William C. II Ste
venson, and Manuel d I ire-
n j.
Mi ssrs. Alfred Sawyer, Peter
Dona than, and .1 hn Johnson.
We hear that Mr. George
W. Armbrister is a candidate
i for eli ction for Cat Island.
I'll,' Motor "Frances E" left
Miami today l'"i Na lau.
V thi Band C nci rts an Ice
ill be furnished
li\ the W. C. T. Union tin- pro
oted to comforts
of the ..i'l Contingent.
1ST BAHAMAS CONTINGENT
III'- following pr<>im '
have I)' en made in Jamaica
in the Bahamas Contingent.
Albury, W. I Seai jeant.
Mason, <). Coi ;iral.
i : ington, S. do.
Cole, G. M. do.
Bethi I, C. do.
John- in, i. II. do.
'.n. II. do.
B i ,11. do.
I Contingent ha
mad'1 a Mai nine (inn Sectii in.
Dr. and Mrs. Robert F.
Weir, an iv. d on Sunday per
Miirro Castle ami arc at tin ir
win' '.' n '.
! isually among the first of
our win tc: emigrants, Mr. and
Mrs. Ruperl M, Simpson ar-
1 on Sunday and are at
their winter home.
>:
The Hon. a n d M r s. J.
R maid Voung liave retuim 'I
home alter a long summer
vacation.
:o:
The Rev. Fr. Chrj sostom
S hriener is home again, from
hi- summer visit up North,
his sister Mis. Si hott returm d
with him.
The Hon. Mr. Speaker, and
Mis. Malcolm returned on
Sunday per "Mono Castle"
from their summer holiday.
Miss Mm .field is again in
the ity, lor her usual winter!
stay.
- :.>:
Our i sti emed citizen II-
\Y. Lightbourn a n d his
daughter Miss Emilie Light-
bourn came home per "Mi 'i-
io Castle" on Sunday.
Extracts
From Letters From
The
Bahamas Contingent
ptember 30-1",.
It isa beaul itt.il afternoon, the
' 10U 5t we have had y< t. I . is
delightful, w 1M1 a 50ft north 1 1 I
breeze blowing, and <". 1 y thing
bright ami clear, It has |
wet all dav, hut the sun I
just come out, and as I looUout
of the barrack window in the
north, I si e one of thi
beautiful sights possible I
is the bai rack] aid covered w ith
How flow ex carpe!
11, u ith the ual ro
\ ellow buildings going to
1 1 ill- hills almost, the hills
and mountains green at the
nil and the colour
iter as it i;urs up, till a' '
t p it is bluish purple. I
is light grey, and almn I
summit of the mountains an
1 ireenw a a and X 1 stle, with
n I tiled r<> ifs, an I ".
buildings. Il i e than beau
tiful, and it mak
! and :a ea t ami w mi lei ful
1 .'in. \ll the
1 f<>|
sion d twitti 1 "I a Inil, an
commands mi the dull ground
to the boys. I I
Mj
dutii s w re not arduous,
tions
' le "1 ">> : house" at 7 a. m.
and keep a fire goii
potatoes befiar breakfast.
kfi st, lie |<( eps a I
while a cook conks the dinuei.
The same thing foi supi 1
he has 'to rinse en; the I lei
and hod tl. i r. There
nothing in it to do, and I found
time drag a part of the til
They cook h>r about : mi n in
the "cook hou ai this is my
fust expei ience of 1 ooking as I
have only bei n in the building
oner before and that was will n
I was messorderly, a week ago
to daw I don't know d I i \
plained '.hosi ''ute s tojou I may
have forgotten to put them in.
Well anyhow, mi ss orderly .
to SWI ep thi pi IZ2 and W .
around the building before
breakfast, i lam he draws the
bread and meat at 7 a m and
cli ars up th< after br<.
last. I le. has to dean the lamps,
door knobs, sashes, and taps,
etc. After dinner and supper he
he cleans up again. We have .
01 e si iU h h,i^. and want
t Won't think
. u ill get them here. We nS**'^
11 d musketrj lecfcn every
daj at : j. |o bj a sergeant w ho
us the rilie, and every
other day 1 o-M Lieut
Tuick, \\ ho (jivi S us the appil.
cation. I hi ill
le into camp next we 1 I
we hope to leave for i'.n j in perhaps 6 \vc<
; months 1 like camp life |l;
1 very day, ami town
id that I havn't been out
l since Sunday mornin 1 iccept
e j,,do yesti rda> aft- rnoon,
1 when they I hand ill' re.
The, plaj ed a etty came,
and tin' band had its new hand
i "a "first si ow." The
1 hand certainly doi s plaj 11 an
I tifuiK I don't n
you that we had forty iern
in a cimple "f the buildings in
1 I h iron fen
with ,11 u.ed guard all arou
Some of them who are'harml
walk in tin grounds from
7 p m., and others can only
r a guard with
I'd rifli I i- .mi ies stand
in lath- sheds above the fence,
w ith loaded uil'sjfri hi -, eve
s of intense
hatred. It maj he I onlj fancv it,
t others do't 10 < lh, w nuldn't
I lad if only tins othi
' t. ould m tl ie & mine
'" u -. It would
I glad that the | louse
i' ind doubt
not that Mm will have but little
bli in getting the men Now
i
' 'in Guardian
ist Baham 1 Conl in gent
I Ip I'.n k Camp
Kingston Jamaica.
< )ctobi 1 iqth 19153
The Editor, 'I he Tribune
Sir,
use my asking
a favour, as I had inti nded
not ! ask a fa\ our of any 1 ne,
but to serve my King and
country.
l'h .1 e tell the boys to come
over and help me to bring the
V. C t.i our tiny little coun-
try.
The soldiers life is one foi
stide and good lor sirength-
ning men by learning our
drill.
We .ne 30 strona (1 tnafl
sirl<) but we are wilnng to do


^
the work of 300 and 111'-ii
help (o do some more. So
coinc on boys and help me
fight #i *hcjne, then we shall be happy.
\\vh'ii any one says that
little N issau isn't wi irth, why
bovs you jump and say thai
Nassau has 30 there and
more to c.....e that will stand
up to the world.
So don't be afraid boys
1 ome over and fight and h
1 li man. to win theV. C,
I'll" V. C. 1 our mott<, and
God is our guide, he will
poinl us t( 1 the V. I'. and help
ns to return.
Ladies, don'l have any men
1 ingi.....ound who \\
go and fight to a^
lives and oui ; we do not
in to sk any favours of
th' >se who are afraid.
We will stand and
the c iermans.
I cl< ise this down hoping
tn all some time, but
boys do as I have done
1 help to bring
that V. ('.
Sir, the Bahamian b
thank y s^V c in the Tribune.
AIK well.
GEORGE ARAHNA.
Bahamas Contingent.
Na ;:m X. P.
25th. Oct.
Editor Tribui
Sir, II o w
can it it be trulj said that
we 'f tli" Bahamas are loyal
and pal 1 iotic when happen-
ings of tli" pasl few wi
were of so astounding nature.
The appeal for men to
in Mis Majesty's army lias
n nobly responded to as
can be seen daily al the re-
cruiting Station but sir. .alas,
it is 1 inly tin ci 1 loured man
we find tin i". What lias be
come of the whites in the
country. Is it true they have
all been turned down or is'nt
it a facl (according to I lame
Rumoui) thai si >me influen-
tial I >emi in is strutting about
an 1 dissuading the white
mi n from enlisting ? It seems
preposterous Mr. Editor for
such things if true to be al-
lowed to continue, and I sug-
gest the hangman's knot be
placed around such offenders
necks. 1 maintain that such
actions is Treason. 1 say
treason because il the ru-
moui be corn cl su li persons
are aiding and abbeting the
enemy, by obstructing the en-
listment of men inHis Britan-
nic Majesty's army for the
purpose 1 if helping to subdue
the enemy, th< re fi ire sir, I
claim that all should be pun-
ished. Now that an extensive
appeal has been made from
the throne I hop" 1 he recruit-
ing ommittee will see that
the men be all enlisted in the
same manner, without discri-
mination and if by chance die
in the same manner. I his is
nol b time for petty-]
God made us all, and if any
man thinks that he is better
than another because of his
skin, lei him remember [with
all due reverence) and praise
to His I loly name, thai our
Lord and Masti man,
waseoloun d, I .< 1 us hope to
as many as are in sound
health be enrolling their
names as sp< pdily as possible
in order that \\ hen the time
this tow n ol Na sau
together with th< adj tcent
islands may -end at 1< ast two
thousand mi n. If needs be.
Thanks for space allowed
Y rs truly
PATRIOTIC.
Radiograms
2nd November, 1915.
London, 1st.
Goveanor Bahai
Official N< vs: Novi mber 1st,
kings condition is further
improvi cl and his pain is dimin-
! rnture andjpulse
are normal,
eper Hytin
sunk through a collision
I lipoli. 150 1111 n are missing.
Fram e reports stubborn trench
fighting Jin Artois, Cham| ague,
enemy attacks were defeat) 'I on
a five mile front, excepting fi 1
local st 1 Tahure Hill,
with very hi
The enemy claims further pro-
i in Serbia.
- ned)
BONAR LAW.
Berlin: The French subma-
rine Turquoise was sunk- by
Turkish artillery. I lie crew arc
prisoners.
The French troops in Serbia
came from Gallipoli.
Bulgai ian ai 111!<- are hom-
barding the exterior Forts ol
Nish, The Germans have cap-
tured the town of Kraguyvatz
where there is a great Serbian
aisenal.
During October the Ger-
mans capti 1 ooprison-
ers on Russian and Serbian
front-,. 1 I," (iei mans arc
in advancing towards
Riga.
London :- I he king, m
improA d, n tuned to Lon-
don t' might.
I 1 V. :; the actor, is
dead.
Sir Arthur William Rocker,
si ienl ist, is di .^\. ag< d 67.
Peking:- The Chinese
ernmenl ha reji I d ,;. .
al fr< im Japan, G I Bri-
tain and Russia that a deci-
sion regarding a monarchical
nment be postpoi
Halifax. X. S The Dutch
imer Kamborn and the
steamer Ho king, formerly
11 nish but now ll\ ii
American flag, have been
brought into ur with
prize en ships aboard.
Washington: The Mar
of Mrs (ialt and I ': -
id< nt Wilson as formally
iun 1 1 ".'.'ill occour "Near
the cli isi ol De 1 mber ".
. York: Hei mannRid-
der, publisher ol Staatz Zeit-
ung is dead 11 in kidi
disi ase. He was 65 yea; 1
:o:
2nd November, 1 115
London,< tot. 31: Tl e Si 1 bian
fortress of Pirot, describi 'I as
the kej lo Nish, is in the hands
nf th" b'.il. while the
Austin (iermans from the- North
ui ing to fi im h ring
I Kraguyevatz w here the
Sti bian arsi nal is situated.
Thus besides endangering
both th<- Serbian war 1 apital
and the town where the Serbian
munitions are manufactured,
lei are narrowing the
gap through which tlie Serbian
army in the Northwest can es-
cape.
Simultaneously the Austrians
attacking Montenegro to
remove if possible, the dange
of an enemy on tin ir Hank Ap
parently the fighting I" tween
the Austrians and Montcnc-
grans alonf the Drina Rivet is
of a in. linary character
as it took tht Austrians with
far tupi 1 ior equipment more
than a week to force a crossing
of the river at one point alo: e,
that South of Vishegrad.
The Anglo-French troops
are firmly established along
tl Southern cud of N
Railroad, and into
Bulgaria, hai.....- pi< d the
hills surrounding Strumitza,
although the capture of that
town which has b< en n port-
ed, is ni dly confirm! d
The allied fleet! too have.
again bombarded the ian
towns on the Aegean
While the efforts take some..1'
the strain ofl the heavily tried
1 re is no in
formation as to the movi mi
of tli.- greater forces whi
hoped will save her
Reports continue- I
late, chiefly faun German
sources, of a Ru 1 my
which is to mat
mania to the 1
the British and IT< nch r< in-
forci ment
ble that
in addition to dire< 1 assist-
an 1 ,;. Ulii s will try and
ins whcrelw I I
\i. tro Get mans maj I
venti d from sending reinfi
Italy al-
ts undi rtaken I
ive on
Wi stc in front. '1 i'" Gei
1 to have anticipated I
as on Saturday night t
launched a 1 at in
Champagni ovei a front of
five mill s in effort to 1
ground recently lost, but
pulsed, suffering < x
tely heavy losses, and to
the North of LeMesnil they
actually lost one of their.
trenches.
W A. MATHER
UNDERTAKER
DESIKI-.s to inform Ins friends
and the Public tliat-'tc lie
just 1. ceived a complete outfit ol
facilities f.>i the I u ol an un-
it, rl ik< 1. which pl< ',s him in a
position t" carry out Funerals that
may be 1 ntrusted to his 1 are with
system and despatch |
fully solicits theii pain
a j r rii es first and prove thai these
are the very I westforthi first class
work.


lion wasdistressin^anddisgust
log, the climate an intolerable
one, the teat of war a bed of
mud, malaria (which thev did
not know anything about then)
rampant, and the air heavy
with | stiferous exhalations of
"tunej of decaying tropical
vegetation. Nelson wasbarely
savedfrorn being stung to death
oya serpent, and he narrowly
i"'l being poisoned through
armkingat a spring in which
some branches ol themachii
apple had been thrown. I ,
were without provisions ai
'I to subsist on a
orotn Formed by broiling moil-
Keys. He became verv ill and
nis life wassaved by Sir Petei
1 '"'-' r appointing him to the
mmand of the 'Janus', ,.
guns He returned to famaica
to take possession of her, but
was suffering from such a severe
attai k of dysenterv thai In-had
Jo be conveyed on shore wl
' " :' i lerly nursed by Lady
',',I;" and n*r I per.
Mis dlness increasing he was
finally invalided home.
(to be continued*
The
Rainbow Club
AM)
The 1st Bahamas
Girl Guides
will give an
2nd Bahamas
Contingent
[T is probable thJ the Con-
' tngent wilHoe leaving
Nassau For Jamaica at the
latter part of Noveml
1'"' ^" ting Committee
appeals to tia.-.-cut-ral public
1"<" wann -,... i;S, comforters
and warm v. At the n
th se n;;,y lM**n\ to the
i oramaridant's Office at the
11 11 lacks.
It is expected that the men
V|Ii arrive in England dur-
mg winter, andlhis appeal
will afford their, friends an
opportunity of showing their
appreciation of the loyal
manner in which the m< n
h ive come forward to serve
their King and Country.
R. H. C. CRAWFORD,
Chairman,
Recruiting Committee
29th October, 1915.
ENTERTAINMENT
in St. Andn w Hall on
Thursdaj Nov. 4th
at 8 p m.
I nder the patronage of I li^
Excellencj the < iovernor
and Mis. Allaid
in aid of
The I.O.D.E. British RED CROSS
FUND
Admission One shilling,
ti f .. tale .-it M B '. Si
AND ON
VVi dm s I ly afternoon, N
3rd at -| p.m.
A MATINEE
will be givt ii
For Nurses and Child
Big Reduction
In Prices Of
Fresh Meat
pIK undi rsigned u ill s< I!
al Block No. 6 in the City
Meat Mai kit from the 14th
inst. fresh meat at the follow-
ing prices viz:
Bl ef Steak at iod. pi i II).
R isl Beef at iod. ,, lb.
Stewing at gd. .. lb.
Mutton 8Jd. ., [b.
Pork7d. lb.
(under hi only)
Admis ;ion -Six pi 1
Pay at door
N. B. I beg to draw the
attention of the public to the
fact, that in my above ad-
vertisement oil, nng fresh
meat of various kinds at re-
duced prices, that ray only
prices are those as quoted
above, which I am prepan d
al all times to serve mv
customers, and all others
who may favour me with
their patronage and from
and afti 1 the middle of 11
embei of this year I will have
quite n variety of American
frozen meat and poultrv
Remember my prices I intend
to hold to as time will pn <\ e
T. \ ROKER.
Rope
Rope
Rope
Manilla Rope- 1
Hemp Rope w '\^j|
Sisal Rop..'*-
Baling Rope
Jute Rope.
A ''' '-' line of over
Coils kept in
deliven d from ui Warehod
in .Nassau at New York pri<
plus Freight ;md Duty.
Buj here and save Neil
York Commission, Interest
and the trouble of ordering
Chas. E. Albury,
Agent]
White Lime
AM offering F( >.; S \I.E
* '">' entin of White
Lime of aboul 800 bushels
' I. per but hel.
Orders left at Mr. Solomon
Finlayson, Deveaux St. or
Phone 258 or "The Tribune"
Office.
I iSIAH RAHMl
Look!
FOR SALE
A GRAPHAPHONE with
English and French Recurdi
For particulars,
Apply,
P. A. I RECO.
Quarry Stone
For Sale.
55 e
Arthur B. Sutton
1 East Sti
in in 1 irn e
11 \ him
For
Results
Advertise in
he Tribune.
CHAS C. UQHTBObRN
AR.MSTR.ONG ST.
Hawkln's Hill.
pX PERIENCED P
* Hanger. Ceiling Work,
' -r cinlty. All work careful-
ly and Artistically performed.
Absolute sat isl iction guaran
i' ed. The vi ry best r< fen 11
TERMS MODERATE.
Foreigner: I haven't tat
a wi II ci 11 iked meal sini <
I've bi en in \ ssau.
Nassauvian: Havi
tried Isa c Roberts on
East \;.-\ St. ?
Foreigner: ,\o.
Nassauvian: Try
and you wil
always.
All are welcome: Comi now
il you want to ta ti I
1 oking of the best 1 ik
Nassau evei 1.....luced.
1 5 Crates of
Crockery
MNl \l'l > rED.J | 11 M
' 1
Wl LL 8ELL
'>' '
B and
I
nai pie, orp] itu i
Bowls fi 2d. I 1 . 1 1
'I I Id to I
M 1 I. Pitch rs9d. to 1 0
Platti 3d. ( Dd Dishes. 8d. I 2
Cl rs.0 tols.8d I : i
:!,',''" (,r: I ;; ro crate ofOd. pei
bbl.
Call Q ii I ly i
KNICK-KNACK STORE
'in M nki t Mint
I UK LINEN STORE.
and
iyj mq rovers
Have Received
I he I.at -;t Spring Novelty
THE NEW "LAVE- NETS
Guan nteed Untarnishabli.
and Washable.
Suitable for \\ ait I Vokes,
11 Millin i j.
White and Black, White and
Silver, Black and Sii
White and G Id, E. ru and
1 'Id, Heliotrope and Gold,
Saxe Blue and t ,|d. t iold
SUver and Crystal Tassi Is,
W In!'', Cream, and Ecru Bre
'"i""' Nets, Shadow Nets,
'-!"' Nets, (hiralls, Point
d'Esprit, Pleati d Net Much
ings.
Washable Marquisettes.
Blai k and White, Sand and
White, Double Width.
Poplin.
Black Poplin, White Poplin,
double width.
White Washing Silk.
Silk Crepe, Cotton Crepe.
May ist, 1915.
Williams' Shoes Are Better
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