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Mr.fl .., inoiis said the British submarines in the Sea oi Marmara have sunk >>r damaged two battleships five gunboats one torpetjo boat eight i ransports and 197 supply ships. I le said thai France Bnd jreat Britain were determined i<> maintain the independence of Serbia. •The financial situation "f Great Britain, he announced, Professional Announcement Dr.W.R.Lamb American Oculist and Optician Specialist in Examining the Eye o-nd correcting Defective Vision. H AS the : leasure to a in anri to th< citii x iu that lie will h it tl tel Ne m until A (.,•>/ JfA inclusive. 1 I n %  < < no• sultation should mi 1 ' ivas serious and that the nation .,,,..,.„,.., Vl Dr. Lambs would be required to make great facilities 1 atten ii er sacrifices ' ' ''"' ',.',' • ,. ., best obtainable in\ Mi li ; lita y rhe Premier believes that Karl Derby's recruiting plan will latest, best and up 1 -f u j He has thi largest ipply . ,' • ,, ,, 1. I .ill desirable kinds and styles I Mr Asquith said that the Dar: ,„_.,, ,,, danelles situation was causi %  !:•. to Nassau In I anxiousconsidi ration but in the thousand 1 i„ .1 „.. ill ther kinds of li holding 1 urks. Tin re are %  me million British %  on the Franco B Igian front.The q*""* 1 >"" casualties in Ki md Flandei ha\ e been 377.' 1 0 ["he (iernunii.i\e n gain gn lund sim April 1st, Notice i nORE men are lVl wanted for the] 2nd Bahamas Contingent. Volunteers 1 can g-o to the Commandant's office at! any time. Volunteer and DO IT rVOW The Rainbdw Club AM) The 1st Bahamas Girl Guides Quarry Stone For Sale. *i will give nn D•"• 1 I %  111 iiiMiniii. u n The premn-i anil >unced thai table and qualified Oculist w I ; erick Edward Smith h s turns indicate that w< miens suff' rage has been beaten in this st.1 te liv 'wo 1 ie. 2nd Bahamas Contingent is pi .inn 1 suitable About of 1 who ,ir-' using glasses which h riTrnT 1 nilir i!T ENTERTAINrlEN 1 rtunity "(< msi ll in St. Andrews Hall n Thursdaj No\. 4th al 8 i 1 inI'm! 1 Excel Go" i' >x and Mis. Allan in aid of The I.O.D.E. British RED C. 5 .05S FUND Adi 0 ing See ARTHUR B. StH i<># ii 1 East Stn et. Big .Reduction //; /'rices Ot Fresh Meat I 111*", undersigned will al Block N>>. 6 in the I \|, al Mai I'llm the 14th inst. I'K'SII meat al the toll ing pi H s viz: — \\c\ i Sti ak m io(" Ri ias1 Bi ef al 1 Stew ing at gd. Mutton Bid. 1 > i i 'ml. ll). lb. lb. lb. lb. 1 1 ". %  it 1 n. i\ 1 < 1 n 1 1 i 'limn Una 1 ... , . resort to 1 nai I i is % % %  ededSir I irson as le kn m ver) it( Attorney I %  lei il. I he closing jaie noi Is of Ml Vsquiths Statement *k. Comparatively few fl • •1 1 .1 i" are uaine %  %  were l.et us endure to the end ... the errors f refi ction P, ,|,,r Earlv election re best vision, and most com) rttothi rhe pi %  I I I %  uch upon I • 1 %  ttenti 1 1 e taken I the; and kept in i 1 to ild age, bul if I .;li 'li or if tl ted 1 %  il %  %  used n 1 sight iii m I illr life Using unsuitable I is probable that the (. on,,,. lin^i nl will I)'' leaving I tl t < hii fci many Nas au for Jamaica at the %  %  • jpti e of the san • the time latter part ol Novembi 1 11 The Recru ting Committee ••""' i"' rf '.' ,. 1 thrv -.liiiiilil be cliai t every tlir.-c appeals to the general public orfou ,.. fi ii warm s< >ck mf< . ters rumuiati< 1 d r .. nd ofti n • warm s for the men; sent to the 1 • %  •> %  Office at the ",'" we H : places where I lined t i hayi 1 a mi ned In New York. P lies 1 • ni| -il 1 n H nc ihe pul .-in I ii 1found that I xi I %  men; these may be Commandant' %  Barracks. It is expected tli it the men will arrive in England during winter, and this appeal will afford their friends an opportunity of showing their AM) ON Wednesday aftt 3rd at 1 p inA MATINEE will be givi n For Nu nd Child ('tinder 10 on Admi i i"n 1 'ay nl dour N. B. %  1 b< 4 to di.iw the al tention of the public to 1 : %  that in my above ad1 ulTi ring fresh ni' at of various kind ; al re! thai my only quoti 'I 1 w hit li I .''in prepan 1! al all tiiin s to st rve my customers, and all otl who may favour me \vit h their 1 nl '* and after the m %  embei of this year I will have • • %  nl Arni'i %  and pouItrvKi .in nl*. ; -. %  ; %  -I intend t,, hold to me vil! pi T. V ROKER. Rope Rope Rope ovnl CPS of the oculist. !' %  '' '"' all I men attend ' while thay have an have come forward to serve JtcllPtoppoitiinity rather than wj (hen Km"; and Country. appreciation of the manlier in which the R. 11. c ii; wvroKD. Chan man, Recruiting Committi e 2~)i\\ ( t i-tolii r, i'ii ,. an.'ther year. Dr. I. imb's lay In Nassau will bineceaaarilv sh rt, %  • %  %  hii pracl • 11 it I countries until %  I %  %  I % %  an where he i a iiallj ,,s in N issau Charges reas n iWe. 1 Hours: 9 to 12 in I fi m -J I 5, i FOR SALE A ORAPHAPHONE with English and French Record J For pai lirulars, Apply, P. \. I RI'XO. For Results Advertise in The Tribune. Manilla Rope Hemp Rope Sisal Rope Baling Rope Jute Rope. A FULL lim I ovei 300 ( ,1 tils kepi in stock and deliver) d fn >m <\x\ Wan h in Nassau al New York [>rices plus Freight find I >uty. Buy here and save New York C immisston, Iiilt rest and the tn >uble \ >! ord ClIAs. I'.. Al.Bfli Ag. nt. Williams' Shoes Are Better



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SulliUk nddW Ins IVII.III in vei ba iTmni-.ni. BeinK bound tnswenr fo the Dogmna of no Mrvoter. VOL. XII. N&'.BRVI. N.P..Bahinft S W I 'DNK.SD AY. November , 1415 NO. 374 Fall In Attention Right Dress Right Turn By Your Left Quick March To the BarracKs and ENLIST Step ^ ri ign Mails per Mail Steamer "' >" will %  losi <1 on I inn day 4th at 10.30 a.m. [nt'ei HI -111. 11 Mails foi Harbour Island, Spanish W kleul hera, Andros, Al ia< 1 >, i ima, Long Island, Port II) e, Rum Cay, Watli Island will be closed on Friday 5!Ii Vivember 1915 al a p.m. 1: In the personal paragraph in yesterdaj s issue 11 fen ing 11 Mr. and Mrs. Rupi 11 M. Simpson, the h pes made us to say "emigrant" w here we ant. v re1 ract. I I' %  11: %  ! 1.' • 11 rt will bt given tomorrow, Thursday evening .it 8.1 j p.m. PROGR \MMI 1. March "Canada" V 1 "Vera Dear" j. Characteristic 1 >ai ^ "Dinah's Jubilee" 4. A' 1 llf> "Latchford" 5, \J^\ .HI Fantasia "( n't OUt and get under" 7. Valse "' lold and Silvt r" 8. iallop "Sadh B I." GOD SAVE THE KING Corpl. H. ROACH. \ tg. Bandmaster. N 13 Ii e Cream will be on V\ C. I 1 Inion The 1 roi I • tl t and. Con ht. RED CROSS MOTOR AMBULANCE FUND. £ Brought I orward .. Mi. G. K K. Brace to Mi. J. II. Peel 5 Mr. Thaddi I 3 1 s 2 O 0 0 3 5 .") ti 1 to .1 o 'Wi Icome Mr<>th< t Jonathan" Mi. K. S. Mi Mr. L. G. B Mr. A Mi i.Wheatly I urtle 1 Ri I ii 1 o I Suffer i ng' Mr. R. M. Lightbourn I he B tptist Unit >n C'lll: 'Ant inym Mr. I (i. .I< ihnson 20 Mi. E. I. L. Johnst >n 'Anonymi >us" pi Wm. Ran j •A Frii nd' Mr. G. D. C doulakis 'Am mytnous' Mr. I imothyW. R. Culmer Mr. W. I-.. S. CalI. 1111I1 1 Mr. [as. M. Rae Mr. T. P. Moore Mr. .1. 1'. Farrington 5 3 Mr. C. II. rhompson 1 0 Mr. ('. C. Smith parl of £10) 5 18 'Cash' 3 o 'Anonymous' o 10 Mr. CO. Anderson 3 o •Well-Wisher '2 0 D O o 11 0 11 I I 5 ; 0 O Jo 0 O .5 0 5 0 1 10 0 0 •1 n 0 3 O 0 2 0 t) .") I" to Dr. Chas W. BIi by Mr. C. II. Mattht .. Mi & Mrs. R. IV Shepherd Mr. D. I& R. M. De( Jregory, Mr. II. W. Lighting Mr. & Mrs. P. II. I (urns, Mr. J.W. Matth \S\ in\ athv', Mr. A. F : 'Moore, Miss Edna Mot %  1 *. The Hon. l! 1 Mis H.ircourt Malcolm, o to 0 o o 25 0 0 3 0 0 1 0 0 2 0 0 5 5 0 1 1 0 52 10 0 I 0 o o tl 0 o l o Oi 0 r.", 6 6 We ha\ I 1 n requested by the Govt 1 nor to state thai in addition to th Motor Am* bulan e Fund the following amounts were obtained lor Red Cross Society and form a pi ri of the Bahamas I rafalgai I >. 3 Gift:— Fete, (1 i\ t. 1 iarKing's Daughters, 1 0 0 C. A. Dupuch, 10 ' tun reeds of Off e r tor i 1 23 17 6 I Ihrisl Church, 9 1 j 6 St. Andrew's, 13 1 0 Trinity, 21 o 0 St. Saviour's, _' 0 0 Childreo's ()£fei ing ( Cathedral) 10 o o Mis. C. E. Albury, 11 1 1 £i55 H 9 We have likewise been asked by His Excellency to say that in order to still further enhance the value of the gift of motor ambulances, and make the link complete between the donors of the cars rind our wounded soldiers for whom the cars are provid< d, that he has enquired from Lord I., -inflow m whether the British R d ( St iety would be willing to accepl the sei vi ind if so up< n what terms, of six competi ui chaufft mtl who, 1 1 v ui' dical 1 xamin tion, would be 1 onveyt d to England free of 1 x use. Lost O X coming fr< >m Stt Sue i addi Electrical fixtures Reward giv< n 1 11 its return Dr. WEIR Gra' cliff Radiograms ;id Novell ii: London:-The Bi itish boat numl ei unk in the Strait-, of Gibraltaraftei I 1 in collision with .1 small auxiliary Vessel. Two offlCl I'll me men are missing. Turin:—Crown Princi I rich William 11 ag lin dead Amsterdam:-A new Al French expedition is reported off Kavala, Greece, in transpoi Vienna:—The Italians in tl e o (md half of October lost 150, Mien. P.. ion:-The Teutons occupy Cacak an important railway junctionSouth-west of Ktaguj e vat/.. London:—Premier Atquith in a statement to tlio house of comWear Armbristers Shoes


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SulliUk nddW Ins ivii.iii in vei ba iTmni-.ni.
BeinK bound tnswenr fo the Dogmna of no Mrvoter.
VOL. XII.
N&'.brvi. N.P..BahinftS, WI 'DNK.SD AY. November , 1415
NO. 374
Fall In
Attention
Right Dress
Right Turn
By Your Left
Quick March
To the BarracKs
and ENLIST
Step
^
ri ign Mails per Mail
Steamer "' >" will
losi <1 on I inn day 4th at
10.30 a.m.
[nt'ei hi -111.11 Mails foi Har-
bour Island, Spanish W
kleul hera, Andros, Al ia< 1 >,
i ima, Long Island, Port
II) e, Rum Cay, Watli
Island will be closed on Fri-
day 5!Ii Vivember 1915 al a
p.m.
1:
In the personal paragraph
in yesterdaj s issue 11 fen ing
11 Mr. and Mrs. Rupi 11 M.
Simpson, the h pes made us
to say "emigrant" w here we
ant. v re1 ract.
I I' 11: ! 1.' 11 rt will
bt given tomorrow, Thursday
evening .it 8.1 j p.m.
PROGR \MMI
1. March "Canada"
, V 1 "Vera Dear"
j. Characteristic 1 >ai
^ "Dinah's Jubilee"
4. A'1 llf> "Latchford"
5, \J^\ .hi Fantasia
"( n't OUt
and get under"
7. Valse "' lold and Silvt r"
8. iallop "Sadh B I."
GOD SAVE THE KING
Corpl. H. ROACH.
\ tg. Bandmaster.
N 13 Ii e Cream will be on
V\ C. I 1 Inion
The 1 roi I tl t and. Con
ht.
RED CROSS MOTOR
AMBULANCE FUND.

Brought I orward ..
Mi. G. K K. Brace to
Mi. J. II. Peel 5
Mr. Thaddi I
3
1
s
2
O
0
0
3
5
.")
ti 1
to
.1
o
'Wi Icome Mr<>th< t
Jonathan"
Mi. K. S. Mi
Mr. L. G. B
Mr. A Mi i.Wheatly
I urtle
1 Ri I ii 1 o I Suffer i ng'
Mr. R. M. Light-
bourn
I he B tptist Unit >n
C'lll:
'Ant inym
Mr. I (i. .I< ihnson 20
Mi. E. I. L. John-
st >n
'Anonymi >us"
pi Wm. Ran j
A Frii nd'
Mr. G. D. C
doulakis
'Am mytnous'
Mr. I imothyW. R.
Culmer
Mr. W. I-.. S. Cal-
I.1111I1 1
Mr. [as. M. Rae
Mr. T. P. Moore
Mr. .1. 1'. Farrington 5 3
Mr. C. II. rhompson 1 0
Mr. ('. C. Smith
parl of 10) 5 18
'Cash' 3 o
'Anonymous' o 10
Mr. CO. Anderson 3 o
Well-Wisher '2 0
D
O
o
11
0
11
I I 5
; 0 O
Jo 0 O
.5 0 '
5 0 1
10 0 0
1 n 0
3 O 0
2 0 t)
.")
I"
to
Dr. Chas W. BIi by
Mr. C. II. Mattht ..
Mi & Mrs. R. IV
Shepherd
Mr. D. I- & R. M.
De( Jregory,
Mr. II. W. Light-
ing
Mr. & Mrs. P. II.
I (urns,
Mr. J.W. Matth
\S\ in\ athv',
Mr. A. F:'Moore,
Miss Edna Mot 1 *.
The Hon. l!
1 Mis H.ir-
court Malcolm,
o
to 0 o
o
25 0 0
3 0 0
1 0 0
2 0 0
5 5 0
1 1 0
52 10 0
I
0
o
o
tl
0
o
l
o
Oi
0
r.", 6 6
We ha\ I 1 n requested by
the Govt 1 nor to state thai in
addition to th Motor Am*
bulan e Fund the following
amounts were obtained lor
Red Cross Society and
form a pi ri of the Bahamas
I rafalgai I >. 3 Gift:
Fete, (1 i\ t. 1 iar-
King's Daughters, 1 0 0
C. A.
Dupuch, 10 '
! tun reeds of
Off e r tor i 1 23 17 6
I Ihrisl Church, 9 1 j 6
St. Andrew's, 13 1 0
Trinity, 21 o 0
St. Saviour's, _' 0 0
Childreo's ()fei ing
(Cathedral) 10 o o
Mis. C. E. Albury, 11 1 1
i55 H 9
We have likewise been ask-
ed by His Excellency to say
that in order to still further
enhance the value of the gift
of motor ambulances, and
make the link complete be-
tween the donors of the cars
rind our wounded soldiers for
whom the cars are provid< d,
that he has enquired from
Lord I.,-inflow m whether the
British R d ( St iety
would be willing to accepl
the sei vi ind if so up< n
what terms, of six compe-
ti ui chaufft mtl
. who, 1
1 v ui' dical 1 xamin
tion, would be 1 onveyt d to
England free of 1 x use.
Lost
OX coming fr< >m Stt
Sue i '
addi
Electrical fixtures Reward
giv< n 1 11 its return
Dr. WEIR
Gra' cliff
Radiograms
;id Novell ii- :
London:- -The Bi itish
boat numl ei unk in the
Strait-, of Gibraltaraftei I 1
in collision with .1 small auxil-
iary Vessel. Two offlCl I'-
ll me men are missing.
Turin:Crown Princi I
, rich William 11 ag lin
dead
Amsterdam:-A new Al
French expedition is reported
off Kavala, Greece, in transpoi
Vienna:The Italians in tl e
o (md half of October lost 150,
Mien.
P.. ion:- -The Teutons occupy
Cacak an important railway
junctionSouth-west of Ktaguj e
vat/..
London:Premier Atquith in
a statement to tlio house of com-
Wear Armbristers
Shoes


Mr.fl ..,
inoiis said the British subma-
rines in the Sea oi Marmara
have sunk >>r damaged two
battleships five gunboats one
torpetjo boat eight i ransports
and 197 supply ships.
I le said thai France Bnd jreat
Britain were determined i<>
maintain the independence of
Serbia.
The financial situation "f
Great Britain, he announced,
Professional Announcement
Dr.W.R.Lamb
American Oculist and Optician
Specialist in Examining the Eye
o-nd correcting Defective
Vision.
HAS the : leasure to a in anri
to th< citii x iu that lie
will h it tl tel Ne m until A
(.,>- / JfA inclusive. 1 I n < < no-
sultation should mi 1 '
ivas serious and that the nation .,,,..,.,..,....., Vl Dr. Lambs
would be required to make great facilities 1 atten ii
er sacrifices ''"'
',.',' ,. ., best obtainable in\ Mi li ; lita y
rhe Premier believes that
Karl Derby's recruiting plan will latest, best and up 1
-fuj He has thi largest ipply
. ,' ,, ,, 1. I .ill desirable kinds and styles I
Mr Asquith said that the Dar- :,,_.,, ,,, .
danelles situation was causi .!:. to Nassau In I
anxiousconsidi ration but in the thousand
1 i .1 .. ill ther kinds of li
holding ,
1 urks.
Tin re are me million British
on the Franco B Igian front.The q*""*1 >""
casualties in Ki md Flan-
dei ha\ e been 377.' 1 0 ["he (ier-
nun- ii.i\e n gain
gn lund sim April 1st,
Notice i
nORE men are
lVl wanted for the]
2nd Bahamas Con-
tingent. Volunteers 1
can g-o to the Com-
mandant's office at!
any time.
Volunteer and
DO IT rVOW
The
Rainbdw Club
AM)
The 1st Bahamas
Girl Guides
Quarry Stone
For Sale. *i
will give nn
D"..............1....... I 111 iiiMiniii. u n
The premn-i anil >unced thai table and qualified Oculist w
I ; erick Edward Smith h s '
turns indicate that w< miens suff'
rage has been beaten in this
st.1 te liv 'wo 1.....ie.
2nd Bahamas
Contingent
is pi
.in- n 1 suitable About -
of 1 who ,ir-' using glasses
which h .
riTrnT 1 nilir i!T
ENTERTAINrlEN 1
rtunity "(< msi ll
in St. Andrews Hall n
Thursdaj No\. 4th
al 8 i1 in-
I'm! 1 '
Excel Go" i' >x
and Mis. Allan
in aid of
The I.O.D.E. British RED C.5.05S
FUND
Adi 0 ing
See
Arthur B. StH i<>#
ii 1 East Stn et.
Big .Reduction
//; /'rices Ot
Fresh Meat
I 111*", undersigned will
al Block N>>. 6 in the I
\|, al Mai I'll- m the 14th
inst. I'k'sIi meat al the toll
ing pi h s viz:
\\c\ i Sti ak m io("
Ri ias1 Bi ef al 1
Stew ing at gd.
Mutton Bid.
1 >
i i
'ml.
ll).
lb.
lb.
lb.
lb.
1 1 ". it 1 n. i\ 1 < 1 n 1 1 i 'limn Una 1
... resort to 1 nai I i is
ededSir I irson as le kn m ver) ,it( .
Attorney I lei il. I he closing jaie noi
Is of Ml Vsquiths Statement *k. Comparatively few fl
1 1 .1 i" are uaine .
were l.et us endure to the end ...
the errors f refi ction
P, ,|,,r Earlv election re best vision, and most com) rttothi
rhe pi ' I I I
uch upon I
1 ttenti 1
1 e taken I the;
and kept in i
1 to ild age, bul if I
.;li 'li
or if tl ted 1 '
il
used n 1
sight iii
m
Iillr life Using unsuitable
I is probable that the (. on- ,,,.,
lin^i nl will I)'' leaving I tl t < hii fci many
Nas au for Jamaica at the " jpti
e of the san the time
latter part ol Novembi 1 11
The Recru ting Committee ""' i"'rf' '.'
, ,. 1 thrv -.liiiiilil be cliai t every tlir.-c
appeals to the general public orfou, ,..
fi ii- warm s< >ck mf< . ters rumuiati< 1
dr .. nd ofti n
warm s for the men; ,
sent to the 1 >
Office at the ",'" weH :
places where I
lined t i hayi
1
a mi ned In New York. P
lies 1 ni| -il
1 n H nc ihe pul
.-in I ii 1- found that
I xi I
men;
these may be
Commandant'
Barracks.
It is expected tli it the men
will arrive in England dur-
ing winter, and this appeal
will afford their friends an
opportunity of showing their
AM) ON
Wednesday aftt
3rd at 1 p in-
A MATINEE
will be givi n
For Nu nd Child
('tinder 10 on
Admi i i"n
1 'ay nl dour
N. B. 1 b< 4 to di.iw the
al tention of the public to 1
: . that in my above ad-
1 ulTi ring fresh
ni' at of various kind ; al re-
! thai my only
quoti 'I
. 1 w hit li I .''in prepan 1!
al all tiiin s to st rve my
customers, and all otl
who may favour me \vit h
their 1 nl '*
and after the m '
embei of this year I will have
nl Arni'i
and pouItrv-
Ki .in nl*. ; -.; -I intend
t,, hold to me vil! pi
T. V ROKER.
Rope
Rope
Rope
ovnl
cps of the oculist. !' " '' '"'
all I "
men attend while thay have an
have come forward to serve JtcllPtoppoitiinity rather than wj
(hen Km"; and Country.
appreciation of the
manlier in which the
R. 11. c ii; wvroKD.
Chan man,
Recruiting Committi e
2~)i\\ (ti-tolii r, i'ii ,.
an.'ther year. Dr. I. imb's lay In Nassau
will bi- neceaaarilv sh rt, hii
pracl 11 it I
countries until I '' I an !
where he i a iiallj
,,s in N issau Charges reas n iWe.
1 Hours: 9 to 12 in I fi m -J I 5,
i
FOR SALE
A ORAPHAPHONE with
English and French Recordj
For pai lirulars,
Apply,
P. \. I RI'XO.
For Results
Advertise in
The Tribune.
Manilla Rope
Hemp Rope
Sisal Rope
Baling Rope
Jute Rope.
A FULL lim I ovei 300
(',1 tils kepi in stock and
deliver) d fn >m <\x\ Wan h
in Nassau al New York [>rices
plus Freight find I >uty.
Buy here and save New
York C immisston, Iiilt rest
and the tn >uble \ >! ord
ClIAs. I'.. Al.Bfli
Ag. nt.
Williams' Shoes Are Better


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