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[.. illl.l'.ll.!' IMPIVII. •t %  • iH'Hi'i; Cornet Shirley A> Ch.vrliitlc St* PHONE 2U0. P. 0. I OX l<, Pl'BLISHHU IIAII.Y RATES y Weilm sin i U lily ... i .p. • I I I' \ AU.I. IN .\l)\ I V (I veil • r fiist insertion: l Zhc £rilnmc THURSDAY. Novemlicr 4. 191 %  ,. A very pleasing and m >yable i n, was ent( rtainmi nl ol tin lamas Contingi nl by 1 Ird Albui al his d< ii' e I he \< %  r da\ I'he Contingenl I. ft the I' n Barrai alf p i I' '"i and m in lied oul I he Ridge," on tin n turn march they w the Police Band in a wagon. had spared no I ins or expei ;ive the men a good blow i the lawn u n I insufficient foi all, lamp posts with m w lamps were in a circle around the lawn, with fl strung n the p making the the Poli e B id nlivi in d the time. ( >a th V val of the Con1 nl at I he Ridge" the I toctor was absent h h I : visit ,i steam c Ii W i B iv but happily returm I soon afl Miss Albury i the visitors of win >m tin re wen o llv number in< ling Their Excellencies the Governor and Mi 3 Allarcyce, His Honour the Chit f Justii eand Mi I'IHIMI, 1 he Hon. and Mrs F. Menen %  :. I R S 1 u I re in evidi ;. and m le verj u >efnl in waiting. S 101 arrival of the n refreshment Man) of the \ ting in serving I lests of the in. There wei t il and chicken pates, sand" pound-cake, sp nge-cake, 1 :e-cream, mineral waters, cip garettes to all nl which 1 hundred did full justi e, '•nil the al ; ople ap %  ,1 to be danger of ; 1*. %  Utei feasl ii the li\ elj music of the band could not r< sted, was in i I) l>v '"I in, it wa id a horn %  idi \i the close, men • when the R 1 ne I shown nem • I'he I saving that it '-.as him 1 rtain them %  :! M I I 11 I I tll 111. the King, anol I 1 \: plaj ed a %  down Bay St. to 1 1 the %  I their admiral "Thi Ridge' and ml fro, they were d 1 II ving u ithoul ;i doubt I lily ne nt. :• ; IK! >n Wi dm sday hop on M St. Si (Utll Vn .lillinueh damage had been d ne. \t about 1 k this ung I, and 1 Hoot ipied, Ii %  I %  Igi of Love and Chai ity; the lowi r floor being used as a dance hall. I he building was' gi little more than the walls being i 1: — I'lic M nl sti arner "Mexi arrived from Havana \ isterday afti 1 noon and proceeded to South VV B i) :' brought "in passenger. Mi". Fredi 1 ii k Van /. Tin M : rived h< >m Miami 1 his moi n with ange-bo I and I j | I e Murphy, K a and Virginia Kasper; Mesdame i Johnson, Lillian Murp Maude ^mith, Main-! Rod' I • %  II Rahming and infant : \l l hi Id |ohn Cartwi I : T. Mi i 'i 1 vard A Moss; M lid %  ward Chasi : \ %  ived in tin I %  on I' 1 F. Bri • I earn II C o 11 • it 2 p.m. I lie are invite the G tie for 1 Supreme :i 1. N rhis mornii ing in 1 lie building I I tlin c drays piled up 111 a 1 i i • tii no todian than I e dra> mi 11. Whj I km .Surely our mails ate w< irth I %  t In no other 1 • ish Mm p. do 1 I 1 H His Ma j ted reck Vo u rs CHARLES h I UAH I R \l — %  For Rent A SIX room col ill] bath > 11.1' bed, n Apply JOS. LAING, Blue ILII St THE FORD TIRE COMPANY \ w York-. Oi t ^^ I). I. ,v R. M. IW i%mav 1 1 Ii: — It is with \ I pleathai I am writing this lettei t • 1 you to inform \ your brothel Manual, 1 il you must hivi 1 v proud. '1 1 brol liei 1 ami • June, having a d 1 tin auto 1 in and vu ni/.ing busini ss, and I d< ; hi apt pupil, thorough in evi detail ol the work a to him; tri t ly In >m si in null; ind wil any new pi; tin k in ne of di a with pe. he is th on tub • I have Ii. d in 'iur eni|il Regarding Ins on I, and it is i of time wl Ml finish 111 \ \ .it lice to lid now I nl undi of the ,'ork, will sueWe 1 annol tell you in tl I to I Inn t v ill n find %  of fillin 1 in Our 1 lies go with Manual, any sei vice to him al tinii ; I to I I I 011 ; <".. WAI i 1 \i FORD for the Ford I I w I offer my rvici to tl .'. ho may require them on the ' ibove ti t i m on i 1 1 fro in 1 11 v m p loj itlfs impany o\ New York. MANI EL. Di GR1 GORY



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Fall in Attention Right Dress Right Turn By Your Left Quick March To the BarracKs and ENLIST Radiograms 1915 Ion: i -1 %  The ilia: || lied K : vatz, th< I Sei in.i, while the Bulgarians pushing their way I i untainsto N Fn 'in all sid G 111.ill I \ -! : i in !|i! I'.lll .' ann on 1 # vvhi I'hey how and .. Ma .i ] \' >n '! that lie lias in moi li"8 I Southern to the have I xnerii m e in rm iu I an in i .1 the I) muhe I I mi' >k Rivers in \ >t to I kub in the l i >tward driving I Serbians ml <>!' the towns into the Hi' luntain but I | they havi bei ii is the Sei! li in tin lei i it"i v have bei n reinfi>r< %  < d by French and British w ith mo will iners who sail i and (1 illipi ili. London, ist:— There has been a noiici able decrease in I K 'lii ical discussii ns and al ks *>11 the g< >\ ei nmi nl in the past few da) Equally not the growth of Optimism rdjii i!n suo i s of I I h rbj s recruiting scheme. Pren uer \ squith speei li in house "I Commons tomorwill bi if the i ii i iportn lit t r.rii.iins conduct l political (u lure %  : ac •II U^ li iiii-i If. Arizona, t: G I • ,jrison of \p Fl r the red i %  ry scriouslj \ %  %  mi lesI tof D i '.iiajlii when Vil i.i Ini %  i n i I : led h\ I s of the Jrtcksun, i ; i i. i : late pri i even "f them ser life ere pranted full f' a subi • lealth and tl I \i i'— r, 1915. I < )inli H I Govi in >r, Bahamas. Offn in I News Novi mbi r — I he king returned last much impn >ved. Tin %  n tish torpedo boa( I sunk ina collisi. I • :;m icers am ill the area East of Y|ires on Octi ith othei v, ise artillery oil both -nil W as less activi. Thi lo i .. :i( r i man battalions a\ eragi rhty nit strength. niii h nemj attempts in Champagni I | and too pri taken. i iinn n( rep rts the i nemy checl near Riga, R sue1 ialii ia. Olii. ial Ni .1 he kinj n condition is impn '\iil. Ili is still kei ping la< ks at varii en sti ppi (1. Russia i fight ng and centra] t. R u s %  ( hart' rysk and "ii the Enen I I heavily. Tin no important changi • in %  ia. Sij ;ni '! BON \U' LAW. Mai O Eighteen are believed to !" %  d as the result of the wn ck ol pass< the Santa Clara, from Portland to San irani i bodii %  vered and ti i %  I' i i uittai i r Krivol k. In [ion of Strum I' nin haii nil mtaiiis near iIn fron! I'M Berlin: I'he (iermans h i apt ured I 'zin Si i bia. Von 11 indenburg lias been forced in w ithdraw Ins |ini s bei w :it"ii and ll-i II Lakes on i I nNoitIn in %  ml i'I the Ivi.sLost nun' men are missing. i eral French repi >rts that the ei lemv heavily bombard'Washing! Madrid: The I• MI i rmalh I hat Von Iki !' >\v inl mis to discuss p i 11 %  : 11 !. i i i and in O N coming from Steamei Sunday a paper bundle addressed to me containing Electrical fixtures Reward given Oil its return ti) Dr. WEIR Gray cliff 2nd Bahamas Contingent I I' i>f showii iatii HI if the loyal i h the men have coi i to i try. R. II. C. CRAWFORD. Cl airman, Recruiting Committi 29th Oct a 5. IN 2 PIECE and UNION SUITS. SANITARY COOL RELIABLE SOLD BY Wm Hilton 260 BAY STREET. 1 HI r. M. KNOWLl 523 Bay Stn I s n>\\ to su| ply Rubl er Tire* foi ( : 1 iages, alsito nd K pair them. Satisfaction (iuaranti 1 d.



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r 'Contin ued from first page) manner of holding a gun was so awkward keeping the piece Stlways cocked as though lie were about t" board an enerm, and leHiiij; ll\ when a bird ap peared without taking aim 01 putting the f >wling pieci t<> his shoulder—that anj one who attended linn went in f^r of his life. Finally indesperatii n he declared, 'If the Government will in-' '. mi', I will leavi the country !' He < rote to the Treasury thai if lie could get no satisfa* tor) an tvei from • :•) he would take refuge in Trance On the 5th of IV, ember, : 7 |2, Nelson wrote. "If r Lordships should be 1 ed to appoint me to ,-, 1 .t I should fei 1 gratel War with Frant e was now mi minent, and that being tli he was not long If ft in d vonr. Nelsnn joyfully wrote to his wife, 'After clouds come sunshine. The Admiral! smile upon me that I ,1111 as much surprised as when they frowned,' (To be contin 11 Notice M ORE men are wanted for the 2nd Bahamas Contingent. Volunteers can g-o to the Commandant's office at any time. Volunteer and DO IT N 0 W Quarry Stone For Sale. S e AIM HUR B. St n OSIO Easl Miir;. FOR SALE A GRAPHAPHONE with English and French Recurd For particulars; Apply, I'. A. TRI'XO. Advertise in i he Tribune. Professional Announcement Dr.W. R. Lamb American Oculist and Optician Specialist in I xninining the Eye .vnil correcting Defective Vision. I—I ''• % % %  .' N 1 u t h at hi wi 11 b %  • n tment _' ; > I imb's ft n ible in ai M la lj lie has I %  hero-i I A' • %  • when %  but ha' • %  %  %  %  I . r 1 ... . %  or if tl led I 1 ten glass* s 01 11 me .it ill ire used 11 1 imu' e seri n-.lv n store I unsuitable Klassei c mtini in 'I'al tii.t. %  three • • %  • urely • ther 1 banc ei .1 w hich inaki • lant 1 1 inge. It if well for those livii Id no) .in I quickly be obtained t have n ''"i li cats ; break • N ir York. PI oth< r cities the I is* m ik> •. it compul . I. fifth of then I ' 1 list. It si uld In well f 'i :ill th ri quire ntl them now bile Iht y ha %  1 • in u itfoi .in thi 1 yeai l> 1 b's stay in N iss IU 1I 1 rilv sli"lt. :is HSU it, 1Ins I !! %  ._ %  II countries nutsidi • is Wi -'I when he is ai well known profession illy isonable. 1 Hnun: '.1 t-. 12 1 fi ,., 21 ft, AS THE CAMEL 1 \ n ble t" til-travel 11 1 rossing ih A hi in di rts, :i M)i-u ;!',-. days ittaou 1 .1 %  < ... if cannot afford to let 1 single da) pass without pmtiniJ Sunlight Soap i dut) of everj housewife is to economise: the duty "t Si si IOH r SUM' IS to help the I I he dailj IOHT SOAP inotny. li .1 must in the si with lea t labour, -mil with tin di* mfort 1 in your next 1 h ind you will In1 xtxjmtwZsssnM DeGregory's lire Works STFAM VULCANISING All makes i\r\d sizes of Auto Tires and Tubes Repaired All WorK Guaranteed 30 WEST BAY STREET. 1 5 Crates of Crockery. U NI XPF.C IN' %  It "' i .; IS. \\ I. I. S I I. I. At retail vi %  I .: le Karl 1 I Bowls from 2d. I I (1 PI I I .. • I I 1 • M -' 1 I, Pil B t 16d Platto rs, 3.1. to 0 :. • Chaml Dd.tolsfl Lol 1 rate Grass 4s. to 3 hl.l. 1 I Quirklv I KNICK-KNACK STORE 80 "' CIIAS C. UWII'liOLRN AR.MSTR ONG ST. Hkin's Hill. E X PER IXC I. I) Papei Hanger. Coiling Work %  specialty. All work carefully and Artistically performed. Absolute satisfaction guaften teed. The verj besl references. TERMS MODERATE. T. M. KNOWLES :28 Bay Street. I S iii i w prepared to supply Ruhbei Tires for Babief also to reset, and •in HI. Satisfai tion < ruaranti 1 d. Look! Foreigner: I haven't tasted a well cooked meal since I've b( en in Nassau. Nassauvian:Have you ever ed I Roberts on East l'i.i\ St. ? Foreigner: So. Nassauvian: Try him once and you will try him always. All are welcome: Come now if you w.-ini to taste the cfioking ol 11 itbest cook X.i sau evei produced. Williams' Shoes Are Better



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1 9 NUIIHI. addUttis |urnrc in vciba m*|ttatri. tieint! bound loauxnr to the I>om.a of no Mnwter. VOL. XII. NfeMMU, N. P.. Bahama*. THURSDAY. November 4. 1913 NO. 574 Life of Nelson and short account of The Battle of Trafalgar ^ A Lecture delivered by His Excellency the Governor, William L. Allardyce. Esq.. C.M.G.. on Trafalgar Day (21st October) 1915, in Victoria Hall, in aid of the Red Cross Fund %  i ommand ofLord I lood. It i> stated thai Mood held such a high opinion of this you Continued from Tuesday. Novembc* 2. 1915. After some months at Bath ,. ,.,,. i %  .. Captain, he was only 24 years he wrote, A HUI^I I have not ... "... nl aee at thi lime, thai h i %  [ut'.e i' %  %  ered the us< oi ... ...-. %  m\ limbs, vet my inside is a new m.in." In August 1781 he .. -. appointed to the 'Albe4li;u le' n ns, and despati h ed with other two vessels to Elsineur lo 1 rotei the I ward trade. This commission v liiiti some litlle aim j ance as he fell tli it Ins set deserved a more generous n nition than I nl a winlei's cruise into the 1 • '. North S a 1 in hi! an ival al Elsineur Danisl \ Imiral si nl .1 mid ghipman lo the 'Albi marie' to in tin name and fon ,. %  felt this as ;m indignity, and informed tiic midshipman in reply, "The • \l is one of I lis llri tannic Maji st) 's ships ; you are at libertj lo count hei Run i you go down ii'" side, n in.i\ R sure the Danish Vdmiral I at, if necessarj. thev shall all he well served." Nelson re turned [mm the Baltic early in 1783, and the 'Albemarle' was ordi red to Qu' ec. I lere he made the friendship of Mexander 1 > ivison whose name is intimately associated with that h lence In October he sailed , mvoy to New York Where be found the flei I under IK son 'km %  tactics as any officei in the fl.et." While al New York managed to obtain a transfer Iron thi I anadiau to th< West Inch,in Station. 1 ii h< ing told that the formei tei for pi i/r UP mey he remai ked, '"1 bill the W est Indii s is thi tion for honour.' Nelson re mained on lhal station until .Linn iry, 1783, w hen peace with I ; nee was concluded. Me then return) d to Ei gland and in June the 'Albemarle' paid ofl al Spithead. Nelson writing al the time saj s, "The w hole shi| I 'S company ofl Ted if I could get a shin to enter for her immediately In the fi %  lowing yeai he was ap| ointed to the 'Boreas' and sailed foi the 1,1 eward Islands havin shrouds while the ner\ous little middy crawled up to windward. When they met at the top he would -j" ak in the most ch< 11 ful wa) explaining to the youngsti i" that thenwas no In this and otlar %  ,va\ I them and won thi rtion. For nine months he did his best to enforce the English Navigation Act and performed much un ulai work I le seizi dm nj %  hich he km re nol pi ivilegi d to trade, and to his ov 11 words he as 'persi roin one island to another.' ] 1 iovernoi of the Leeward Islands, Sir Thomas Shir. a gentleman of irascible ramenl i into a furious sion on finding certain of his orders firmlj objected to by Nelson, and told him hotly that old I ii n< rals w ere not in I habit of taking advice from young gentlen 1 n v :r"' an %  ed Nelson, contemptuously, '1 .mi is 1 ild as the Prime \lin I ngland, and think my self a! le ol commanding one ol Ills M.i ji stj 's ships as that Ministet is ol govei ning • Sti te Amidst all his many vai 1 cif .. tji m, however, and defiance of the menaces of .it toi neys, and th" abuse and i atP d 1 if n any Wi si Indi 1 lei Nelson found leisun to fall in love and marry. Pos sil>l\ he would have laid his I and fortum al Ihi feel of Moutray, the •• f the Commissi r <>f Antigua, had '"'" Lady Hughes, the >ll0 ,„.,„ ;1 wi(lmv I|( u rilrs wife of Sir Richard, Lorn man • der in Chief on that station There w re mi Ishipmeu in the 'Bon as' and Ni Ison's treat nient of them was observed and n corded by Lad) I lughes, There of her as having been 'very \ ery good' to him : declares that hut foi her he must almost I hanged himself 'at this infernal hole' Col ling wood loved her and thus wrote of her : 1 were timid spirits amongst the ciatea witn mat |. l() ,„| Nelson to encourage "To you belongs the wondrous i,fean(1 cnrres them would say. lam going a race to the masthead, and beg I may meet you there.' lie would then spriog into the |i 1 To >-hc(l around you pleasure; New worth to best of thil impart, And make of trifles treasure" She appears to have 1" en a very charming woman. It was at th isleand of NA however that Nelson met his future wife. Mrs. Fanny Nisi et. Prior to this, and in ordei to amuse her, a lady friend I written and described to hei' little Captain of the 'Boreas" She told 1 1 r th it he drank no wine till the torfstsofthe King, the Queen, the Royal Family, Lord H then, wrote tin I strangi 1 1 ularly fill : d obsi' I that tl were alwa; ml with him." Tl she added. "If you, Fanny, I • le something ol him : forj have been in the habit ol 1 tending to these odd people." Nelsoi privately to Mrs. Fannj Nisbet on the 12th March 1787. I 'Bon as' sailed for England in June, and on his return V was employed al the N 1 ing men into th< si n ice from passing mid n. It v ci rtainly nol tl e sort of wi i foi but having received his iiistn tions, and being satisfied that the country 1 eedi d the men. he promptlv carried nut the dutii i '!• d to him. From tl t 1 nd of Ihis year until January 170 ] Nelsi n gol out of favour both at the Admiralty and at Court, and was con : led by departmental neglecl to lie bv in an almost povi tj stricken retirement. Thi se five vears of inactivity must h < been a U rrible penance to his eager spirit. The absolute failure of his home life to s itisfv him during this period is very marked, lie could not shoot, and was nu are of his imperfi c tion as a spo-tsman. One of his biographers l< Its thai he once shot a partridge, but hi (Continued Ofl Wear Armbristers Shoes


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9
NuIIhi. addUttis |urnrc in vciba m*|ttatri.
tieint! bound loauxnr to the I>om.a of no Mnwter.
VOL. XII.
NfeMMU, N. P.. Bahama*. THURSDAY. November 4. 1913
NO. 574
Life of Nelson
and short account of
The Battle of Trafalgar

^
A Lecture delivered by His Excellency the Governor, William
L. Allardyce. Esq.. C.M.G.. on Trafalgar Day (21st October)
1915, in Victoria Hall, in aid of the Red Cross Fund
i ommand ofLord I lood.
It i> stated thai Mood held such
a high opinion of this you
Continued from Tuesday.
Novembc* 2. 1915.
After some months at Bath ,.
. ,.,,. i .. Captain, he was only 24 years
he wrote, A hui^i I have not ... ,
"... nl aee at thi lime, thai h
, i [ut'.e i' ered the us< oi ... ...-.
m\ limbs, vet my inside is a
new m.in." In August 1781 he
.. -. appointed to the 'Albe-
4li;u le' n ns, and despati h
ed with other two vessels to
Elsineur lo 1 rotei the I
ward trade. This commission
. v liiiti some litlle aim j
ance as he fell tli it Ins set
deserved a more generous n
nition than I nl a win-
lei's cruise into the 1 '. North
S a 1 in hi! an ival al Elsineur
Danisl \ Imiral si nl .1 mid
ghipman lo the 'Albi marie' to
in tin name and fon
,. felt this as
;m indignity, and informed tiic
midshipman in reply, "The
\l is one of I lis llri
tannic Maji st) 's ships ; you are
at libertj lo count hei Run i
you go down ii'" side, n '
in.i\ r sure the Danish Vdmiral
I at, if necessarj. thev shall all
he well served." Nelson re
turned [mm the Baltic early in
1783, and the 'Albemarle' was
ordi red to Qu' ec. I lere he
made the friendship of Mexan-
der 1 > ivison whose name is in-
timately associated with that
h
lence In October he sailed
, mvoy to New York
Where be found the flei I under
IK
son 'km ' !
tactics as any officei in the
fl.et." While al New York
managed to obtain a transfer
Iron thi I anadiau to th< West
Inch,in Station. 1 ii h< ing told
that the formei tei for
pi i/r up mey he remai ked, '"1
bill the W est Indii s is thi
tion for honour.' Nelson re
mained on lhal station until
.Linn iry, 1783, w hen peace with
I ; nee was concluded. Me
then return) d to Ei gland and
in June the 'Albemarle'
paid ofl al Spithead. Nelson
writing al the time saj s, "The
w hole shi|i's company ofl Ted if
I could get a shin to enter for
her immediately In the fi!
lowing yeai he was ap| ointed
to the 'Boreas' and sailed foi
the 1,1 eward Islands havin
shrouds while the ner\ous little
middy crawled up to windward.
When they met at the top he
would -j" ak in the most ch< 11
ful wa) explaining to the
youngsti i" that then- was no
In this and otlar
,va\ I them and
won thi rtion. For nine
months he did his best to en-
force the English Navigation
Act and performed much un
ulai work I le seizi dm nj
hich he km re nol
pi ivilegi d to trade, and to
his ov 11 words he as 'persi
roin one island to another.'
] 1 iovernoi of the Lee-
ward Islands, Sir Thomas Shir-
. a gentleman of irascible
ramenl i into a furious
sion on finding certain of his
orders firmlj objected to by
Nelson, and told him hotly that
old I ii n< rals w ere not in I
habit of taking advice from
young gentlen 1 n "v:r"' an
ed Nelson, contemptuously,
'1 .mi is 1 ild as the Prime \lin
I ngland, and think my
self a! le ol commanding
one ol Ills M.i ji stj 's ships as
that Ministet is ol govei ning
Sti te
Amidst all his many vai 1 '
cif... tji m, however, and
defiance of the menaces of .it
toi neys, and th" abuse and i at-
p d 1 if n any Wi si Indi
1 lei Nelson found leisun to
fall in love and marry. Pos
sil>l\ he would have laid his
I and fortum al Ihi feel of
Moutray, the f the
Commissi.....r <>f Antigua, had
'"'" Lady Hughes, the >ll0 ,., ;1 wi(lmv I|(. u.rilrs
wife of Sir Richard, Lorn man
der in Chief on that station
There w re mi Ishipmeu in
the 'Bon as' and Ni Ison's treat
nient of them was observed and
n corded by Lad) I lughes, There
of her as having been 'very \ ery
good' to him : declares that hut
foi her he must almost I
hanged himself 'at this infernal
hole' Col ling wood loved her
and thus wrote of her :
1 were timid spirits amongst the
ciatea witn mat |.l() ,| Nelson to encourage "To you belongs the wondrous
i,fean(1 cnrres them would say.'lam going a
race to the masthead, and beg
I may meet you there.' lie
would then spriog into the |i 1
To >-hc(l around you pleasure;
New worth to best of thil
impart,
And make of trifles treasure"
She appears to have 1" en a
very charming woman.
It was at th isleand of Na
however that Nelson met his
future wife. Mrs. Fanny Nisi et.
Prior to this, and in ordei to
amuse her, a lady friend I
written and described to hei'
little Captain of the 'Boreas" .
She told 1 1 r th it he drank no
wine till the torfstsofthe King,
the Queen, the Royal Family,
Lord H
then, wrote tin I
strangi 1 1 ularly fill
: d obsi' I that tl
were alwa; ml
with him." Tl
she added. "If you, Fanny, I
-
le something ol him : forj
have been in the habit ol 1
tending to these odd -
people." Nelsoi '
privately to Mrs. Fannj Nisbet
on the 12th March 1787. I
'Bon as' sailed for England in
June, and on his return V
was employed al the N- 1
ing men into th< si n ice from
passing mid n. It v
ci rtainly nol tl e sort of wi
, i foi but having received
his iiistn tions, and being sat-
isfied that the country 1 eedi d
the men. he promptlv carried
nut the dutii i '! d to him.
From tl t 1 nd of Ihis year until
January 170 ] Nelsi n gol out of
favour both at the Admiralty
and at Court, and was con :
led by departmental neglecl to
lie bv in an almost povi tj
stricken retirement. Thi se five
vears of inactivity must h <
been a U rrible penance to his
eager spirit. The absolute
failure of his home life to s itis-
fv him during this period is very
marked, lie could not shoot,
and was nu are of his imperfi c
tion as a spo-tsman. One of
his biographers l< Its thai he
once shot a partridge, but hi
(Continued Ofl
Wear
Armbristers
Shoes


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THURSDAY. Novemlicr 4. 191 ,.
A very pleasing and m
>yable i n, was
ent( rtainmi nl ol tin
lamas Contingi nl by
-1 I- rd Albui, al his
d< ii' e I he \< rda\
I'he Contingenl I. ft the
I' n Barrai alf p i
I' '"i and m in lied oul
" I he Ridge," on tin n turn
march they w the
Police Band in a wagon.
had spared no
I ins or expei ;ive the
men a good blow i the
lawn u n I insufficient foi
all, lamp posts with m w
lamps were in a circle
around the lawn, with fl
strung n the p
making the
the Poli e B id nlivi in d the
time.
( >a th V val of the Con-
1 nl at I he Ridge" the
I toctor was absent h
h I : visit ,i steam c .
Ii W i B iv but happily
returm I soon afl
Miss Albury i the
visitors of win >m tin re wen
o llv number in< ling
Their Excellencies the Gov-
ernor and Mi 3 Allarcyce, His
Honour the Chit f Justii eand
Mi I'ihImi, 1 he Hon. and
Mrs F. Menen :.
I R S 1 uI re in
evidi ;. and m le verj u >e-
fnl in waiting.
S 101 arrival of the
.....n refreshment
Man) of the \ ting
in serving I lests of the
in.
There wei t il and chicken
pates, sand" pound-cake,
sp nge-cake, 1 :e-cream, mineral
waters, cip garettes
to all nl which 1
hundred did full justi e, 'nil the
al ; ople
ap
,1 to be danger of ; 1*. -

Utei feasl ii the li\ elj music
of the band could not r< sted,
was in
i I) l>v '"I
in, it wa id a
horn
' idi
\i the close, men

when the R 1 ne
I shown
nem

I'he I saving
that it '-.as him 1
rtain them
:! M I I 11 I
I tll 111.
the King,
anol I 1
\:
plaj ed a

down Bay St. to 1
1 the
I their
admiral "Thi
Ridge' and ml
fro, they were d 1 II ving
u ithoul ;i doubt I lily ne
nt.
:
; IK! >n Wi dm sday
hop
on M
St. Si (Utll Vn
.lill-
inueh damage
had been d ne.
\t about 1 k this
ung
I, and 1 Hoot
ipied, Ii I Igi of Love
and Chai ity; the lowi r floor
being used as a dance hall.
I he building was' gi
little more than the walls be-
ing i
1:
I'lic M nl sti arner "Mexi
arrived from Havana \ ister-
day afti 1 noon and proceeded
to South VV B i) :- '
brought "in passenger.
Mi". Fredi 1 ii k Van /.
Tin M :
rived h< >m Miami 1 his moi n
with ange-bo
I and Ij |
I e Murphy,
' K a and Virginia
Kasper; Mesdame i
Johnson, Lillian Murp
Maude ^mith, Main-! Rod'
I II
Rahming and infant : \l
l hi Id |ohn Cartwi
I : T. Mi i 'i 1
vard A Moss; M lid
ward Chasi
:
\
ived in tin I '
on I' 1 '
! F. Bri
I earn
II C o 11
it 2 p.m. I
lie are invite
the G tie for 1
Supreme
:i 1.
N
rhis mornii
ing in 1
lie building I I
tlin c drays piled up
111 a 1 i i tii no
todian than I e dra> mi 11.
Whj I km .- Surely
our mails ate w< irth I
t
In no other 1
ish Mm p. do 1 I 1 H
His Ma j
ted reck
Vo u rs
CHARLES h I UAH I R \l .
-
For Rent
A SIX room col ill]
bath > 11.1' bed, n
.
Apply JOS. LAING,
Blue ILII St
The Ford Tire Company
\ w York-.
Oi t ^^
I). I. ,v R. M. IW
i%mav
1 1 Ii:
It is with \ I plea-
thai I am writing this
lettei t 1 you to inform \
your brothel
Manual, 1 il
you must hi- vi 1 v proud.
'1 1 brol liei 1 ami
June, having a d
1 tin auto 1 in and vu
ni/.ing busini ss, and I d<
; hi
apt pupil, thorough in evi
detail ol the work a
to him; tri t ly In >m si in
null; '
ind wil
any new pi; tin k in
ne of di
a with
pe-
. he is th
on tub I have
Ii. d in 'iur eni|il
Regarding Ins on
I, and it is
i of time wl
Ml
finish 111 \
\ .it
lice to
lid
now I nl
undi of the ,'ork,
will sue-
We 1 annol tell you in tl
-
I to I
Inn t v ill
n find

of fillin 1 in
Our 1 lies go with
Manual,
any sei vice to him al
tinii ; I to
I I I 011 ;
<".. WAI i 1 \i FORD
for the Ford I I w
I offer my rvici to tl
.'. ho may require them on the
' ibove ti
t i m on i 11 fro in 111 v m p loj
itlfs
impany o\ New
York.
MANI EL. Di GR1 GORY


Fall in
Attention
Right Dress
Right Turn
By Your Left
Quick March
To the BarracKs
and ENLIST
Radiograms
' 1915
Ion: i -1 The
ilia: || lied K :
vatz, th< I
Sei in.i, while the Bulgarians
pushing their way I
i untainsto N
Fn 'in all sid G
111.ill I \ -! : i in !|i! I'.lll .'
an- n on 1
#
vvhi
I'hey
how
and ..
Ma .i] \' >n
'! that lie lias
in -
moi li"8
I Southern
to the
have I
xnerii m e in rm iu I
an
in i .1 the
I) muhe I I mi' >k Rivers in
\ >t to I kub in the
l i
>tward driving I
Serbians ml <>!' the towns into
the Hi' luntain but
I | they havi
bei ii is the Sei! li
in tin lei i it"i v have bei n
reinfi>r<< d by French and
British w ith mo
will iners who sail
i
and (1 illipi ili.
London, ist: There has
been a noiici able decrease in
I k 'lii ical discussii ns and al -
ks *>11 the g< >\ ei nmi nl in
the past few da) .
Equally not
the growth of Optimism
rdjii i!n suo i s of I
I h rbj s recruiting scheme.
Pren uer \ squith speei li in
house "I Commons tomor-
will bi if the i
ii i iportn lit
t r.rii.iins conduct l
political
(u lure : ac
ii U^ li iiii-i If.
. Arizona, t: G
I

,jrison of \p
Fl r the
red
i
ry scriouslj
\


mi lesI tof D
i '.iiajlii when
Vil i.i
In-
i '

i n
i I
:
led h\ -
I
s of the
Jrtcksun, i ; i i. i :
late pri
i even "f them ser
life ere pranted full
f' a subi

lealth
and tl I
\i i'
r, 1915.
I < )inlihi.
Govi in >r,
Bahamas.
Offn in I News Novi mbi r
I he king returned last
much impn >ved.
Tin n tish torpedo boa( I
sunk ina collisi. I :;m '
icers am
ill the area East of Y|ires on
Octi ith othei v, ise artil-
lery oil both -nil W as less
activi.
Thi lo i .. :i( r i man
battalions a\ eragi rhty
nit strength.
! niii h
nemj attempts
in Champagni I |
and too pri taken.
i iinn n(
rep rts the i nemy checl
near Riga, R sue-
1 ialii ia.
Olii. ial Ni .1 he
kinj n condition is
impn '\iil. Ili is still kei ping
la< ks at varii
en sti ppi (1.
Russia i fight ng
. and centra]
t. R u s
( hart' rysk and "ii the
Enen I I heavily.
Tin no important
changi in ia.
Sij ;ni '!
BON \U' LAW.
Mai O Eigh-
teen are believed to !" d
as the result of the wn ck ol
. pass< the San-
ta Clara, from Portland to
San i- rani i bodii
vered and ti i

I' i
i ui-
ttai i r Krivol k.
In [ion of Strum
I' nin haii nil
mtaiiis near iIn fron-
! I'M .
Berlin: I'he (iermans h
i apt ured I 'zin Si i bia. Von
11 indenburg lias been forced
in w ithdraw Ins |ini s bei w
:it"ii and ll-i ii Lakes on
iIn- NoitIn in ml i'I the Ivi.s-
Lost
nun'
men are missing.
i eral French repi >rts that
the ei lemv heavily bombard- 'Washing!
Madrid: The '
I mi i rmalh I hat
Von Iki !' >\v inl mis to dis-
cuss p i 11 : 11 !. i i i and in
ON coming from Steamei
Sunday a paper bundle
addressed to me containing
Electrical fixtures Reward
given Oil its return ti)
Dr. WEIR
Gray cliff
2nd Bahamas
Contingent
II' i<- pri ibabli I hat I I ntin-
gent will be
for Jamaica at th lattei | art ol

'I'll. Recruitii Coi ttei
to thi gem ral public
'.\ aim vests for the mi n;
-' may !
; andant's I I
It is ex| ct that tl
w ill arrivi in I n [land
winter and tins appeal will
rd their i
tunity >>f showii
iatii hi if the loyal i
h the men have coi i
to
i try.
R. II. C. CRAWFORD.
Cl airman,
Recruiting Committi
29th Oct a 5.
IN 2 PIECE and
UNION SUITS.
SANITARY
COOL
RELIABLE
SOLD BY
Wm Hilton
260 BAY STREET.
1 hi
r. M. KNOWLl
523 Bay Stn
Is n>\\ to su| ply
Rubl er Tire* foi
( : 1 iages, alsito nd
K pair them.
. Satisfaction (iuaranti 1 d.


r
'Continued from first page)
manner of holding a gun was
so awkward keeping the piece
Stlways cocked as though lie
were about t" board an enerm,
and leHiiij; ll\ when a bird ap
peared without taking aim 01
putting the f >wling pieci t<> his
shoulderthat anj one who
attended linn went in f^r of
his life. Finally indesperatii n
he declared, 'If the Government
will in-' '. mi', I will leavi
the country !' He < rote to the
Treasury thai if lie could get
no satisfa* tor) an tvei from
:) he would take refuge in
Trance On the 5th of IV, em-
ber, : 7 |2, Nelson wrote. "If
r Lordships should be 1
ed to appoint me to ,-,
1 .t I should fei 1 gratel
War with Frant e was now mi
minent, and that being tli
he was not long If ft in d '
vonr. Nelsnn joyfully wrote to
his wife, 'After clouds come
sunshine. The Admiral!
smile upon me that I ,1111 as
much surprised as when they
frowned,'
(To be contin 11
Notice
MORE men are
wanted for the
2nd Bahamas Con-
tingent. Volunteers
can g-o to the Com-
mandant's office at
any time.
Volunteer and
DO IT N 0 W
Quarry Stone
For Sale.
S e
Aim hur B. St n os-
io Easl Miir;.
FOR SALE
A GRAPHAPHONE with
English and French Recurd .
For particulars;
Apply,
I'. A. TRI'XO.
Advertise in
i he Tribune.
Professional Announcement
Dr.W. R. Lamb
American Oculist and Optician
Specialist in I xninining the Eye
.vnil correcting Defective
Vision.
II
''.' N 1 u t h at hi
wi 11 b
n
tment
_' ; > I imb's
ft
n ible in ai M la lj
lie has I

hero-i
I
A'

when
but ha'



I
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r
1
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or if tl led I
1 ten
glass* s 01 11 me .it ill ire used 11 1
imu- e seri n-.lv
n store
I unsuitable Klassei
c mtini in
'I'-
al tii.t.
three

urely
ther 1 banc
ei .1 w hich inaki lant 1
1 inge.
It if well for those livii
Id no)
.in I quickly be obtained t have n ''"i li
cats ; break

N ir York. PI
oth< r cities the I is* m ik> . it compul
. I.
fifth of then
I 1
list. It si uld In well f 'i
:ill th ri quire ntl
them now bile Iht y ha
1 in u itfoi
.in thi 1 yeai l> 1 b's stay in N iss iu
1I1 rilv sli"lt. :is HSU it, 1- Ins
I !!._ II
countries nutsidi is Wi -'I
when he is ai well known profession illy
isonable.
1 Hnun: '.1 t-. 12.....1 fi ,., 21 ft,
AS THE CAMEL
1
\
- n ble t" til-- travel 11 1 rossing ih A hi in di rts,
:i M)i-u ;!',-.
' days ittaou 1 .1 < ...
if cannot afford to let 1 single da) pass without pmtiniJ
Sunlight Soap
i dut) of everj housewife is to economise:
the duty "t Si si ioh r Sum' is to
help the I
I he dailj ioht Soap
inotny. li .1
must in the si
with lea t labour, -mil
with tin di* mfort 1
in your next 1 h ind you will
In- 1

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DeGregory's lire Works
Stfam Vulcanising
All makes i\r\d sizes of
Auto Tires and Tubes Repaired
All WorK Guaranteed
30 WEST BAY STREET.
1 5 Crates of
Crockery.
UNI XPF.C IN'
It "' i .;
' IS.
\\ I. I. S I I. I.
At retail vi
I .: le Karl 1
I
Bowls from 2d. I I (1 PI I I ..
I I 1
M -' 1 I, Pil B t 1- 6d
Platto rs, 3.1. to 0 :.
Chaml Dd.tolsfl Lol
1 rate Grass 4s. to 3
hl.l.
1 I Quirklv I
KNICK-KNACK STORE
80 "' .....
CIIAS C. UWII'liOLRN
AR.MSTR ONG ST.
Hkin's Hill.
EX PER IXC I. I) Papei
Hanger. Coiling Work
specialty. All work careful-
ly and Artistically performed.
Absolute satisfaction guaften
teed. The verj besl references.
TERMS MODERATE.
T. M. KNOWLES
:28 Bay Street.
IS iiiiw prepared to supply
Ruhbei Tires for Babief
. also to reset, and
in hi.
Satisfai tion < ruaranti 1 d.
Look!
Foreigner: I haven't tasted
a well cooked meal since
I've b( en in Nassau.
Nassauvian:- Have you ever
' ed I Roberts on
East l'i.i\ St. ?
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and you will try him
always.
All are welcome: Come now
if you w.-ini to taste the
cfioking ol 11 it- best cook
X.i sau evei produced.
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