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v Nvillivi* Mldldiii tvirnrc in veiba inoHlmri. Heine liound Innweitr to the Dnjinin of no Mlr. VOL. VII. \.-.s.,vi. S. }'.. Ilthsumt, FRIDAY. November 5. 1415 NO. 374 -^ fall In Attention Right Dress Right Turn By Your Left Quick March To the Barracks and ENLIST Th*Band Concert was postp ned : ghl in ci m... | .. ., .1 thi vet weather. :o: — The M ii Sl< im< i "Mexi o" imed for Mi w Vork yesterday lei H 'H taking i he fi il p sen gen Miss IHi n Kiordan : Mis. listelli U iordan ; I >r. and Mrs IV I • VVyatt : Messrs VV. .1. () \i. II. Fredei ick A. RobMI, Jen in i I Pyfn mi, Stuart Pal i i, and A. R. i rankish. :o. The Ward I ine Freight %  im i "Katnnia" ai rived yesterday evening from N< w Vork. .'i i.' l HI I XODl'S T< > FI < IRIDA. I I II, u inare the em, in figures fi r i he month % ctob 1915. Outwards: Inwards. Males 198 i', Females 45 Total 243 7> 1 shipped per S. S "Mexii o" Nov. 4th. bales s| ges, IOJ do refuge spongi 1 .1 bales %  poffge 1 lippings, io ba bales sisal, 5 do. \ shells, es canned pineapj 1 empi barrels, tons I MI un\ itae, 10 bales Junk, 7 1 iii|ii\ Gas drums, 4 pkgs. sundries, 909 i>: — Nassau, N. P. N0\ %  I 111 I'M',. Mr. Editor Dea Sir, I'd jus' like in ask the officials 0 any one wh 1 can answi 1 mv query, if it 1right and pn iper foi the Sanita spei tor, when appealed to disturbance! ed by fill k yards, to stand in 1 le St H ft lean in", on his bii y< le and ennui re ol 1 he partii s %  ised nl such indi 1 eni 5, II even thing air tg I 1 hat sort 1 >f ,in1 loes heexpeel in elicit : Sin h carelessm ss musl be een into by the p 1 per aut I101 il ies, 01 so< in the whole low n will havi tn I • %  tui mil inti 1 a Sinil ri am, I rathei think the lns| tor ol innno sin • 111(1 seek into the well re of thi public ;IIHI its health, or what we paying him foi ? Yours TAX PAYER, FOR SALE A FF W pi ci sof househ ild furniture. Can be any time b tween the hours of 10 .1 in and 1 p.m. Call at MRS. KNOWI.is C 1. Oin-.li, and I' "> %  A II Si-. 2nd Bahamas Contingent I I' 1-, probable that the Contin it will be leavin for Jai • ittei part 0 ml %  1 %  i lie Recruiting { %  imittee Bppeals to the gem ral public f,,1 warm vests for tin thi se may I"' sent ti I im mandant's Office ,'i i"-; B racks. It is 1 K| 1 t< rl that the men will arrive in England during winter and tinappeal will afford their friends an oppor tunity 'f showing their a| prec iation of the l< 13 .'il mam • 1 in which the men hava 1 forward i<> serve their King and Country. R. 11. C CRAWFORD, v tirman, Recruitin 1 d immittee. I )c|,il), r. 1915. Radiograms .|ili November, 1915 1., ml n, 2nd;— Premier Asqu 1 in ilir I louse "I Com inons i'idaj on the policy mid plai i it at Britain, c< rn•\ in, 1 he did not 1 %  tli, 111 was win ad\ %  11, 11 iplized thi if I' pe t<> night and the, ling, although i'. has I re on ol n.-fronts an reci iving little tin u I 1 e Austro • i, rmans and IWil garians continue liner adv in -ei bi and are dail> 'haw ing 1 to Ni ', making the posi tii n of the v 1 bian army in the North \ prj pn carious. It is be li< vi 'I here how ever that the Sei bians will I"' able to with 11 raw to the mountains and re the invaders until thi nee which the Entente Mlies ha i1 promised draws some <>( the pn • sure from them. The British and French troo] 1 already landed at Salonika al read) an: doing this in the South and newol a Russian con tinfant ivhi< h Ik variously re 1 bavin la at Varna ,,r in be approaching Bulgaria through Rouiliaaia is anx %  JII aited. On the W % % %  front exfoi ioi ting m Ch impagne then is littl im activity, I' 1 ;' on the I .. em front at l< asl 3 or 4 battles are 1" ing fought. I h Germ nt continue their effort to approach Riga from the Wesi : the Russians are at tacking Wesi "I" Dvinsk and among tbi lakes South of that city, while attai ks and counter attacks almost continuous on th< Stry and along In Str) pa in Gali B il i'li s are claim 1 advan 1 The Italian often si thi Vustrians c< a 1 i 11 in s although Vienna re ts thai it is meeting with no suci ess. Berlin, 2: A< cordin \ to i )vi i ,1 Agency despati the r u r k s captun 'I the Fn nch submarine 'I urqui e l\ intact and probi I will utilize the vessel themselvi s. London, and: I IM PI i Minister. Mr Asquith, in the House of Commons t< lay rtelivi red before the largest mblyof the year his much discuss* .1 stati mi nl on the 1.1' the war. The pr< miers most important di claration was that 1 lie war will be conducli 'I %  .. immittee of from to live members winch will< nneult with the full 1 , questions of thi m< >l s< rious natun Wear Armbr-isters Shoes


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Publication Date: Friday, November 05, 1915
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v
Nvillivi* Mldldiii tvirnrc in veiba inoHlmri.
Heine liound Innweitr to the Dnjinin of no Mlr.
VOL. VII.
\.-.s.,vi. S. }'.. Ilthsumt, FRIDAY. November 5. 1415
NO. 374
" -^
fall In
Attention
Right Dress
Right Turn
By Your Left
Quick March
To the Barracks
and ENLIST
Th*Band Concert was
postp ned : ghl in ci m-
... | .. ., .1 thi vet weather.
:o:
The M ii Sl< im< i "Mexi o"
imed for Mi w Vork yester-
day lei H 'H taking i he fi il
! p sen gen
Miss I- Hi n Kiordan : Mis.
listelli U iordan ; I >r. and
Mrs IV I VVyatt : Messrs VV.
.1. () \i. II. Fredei ick A. Rob-
mi, Jen in i I Pyfn mi,
Stuart Pal i i, and A. R.
i rankish.
:o.
The Ward I ine Freight
im, i "Katnnia" ai rived
yesterday evening from N< w
Vork.
.'i i.' -
l HI I XODl'S T< >
FI < IRIDA.
I I ii,.u in- are the em-
, in figures fi r i he month
?ctob 1915.
Outwards: Inwards.
Males 198 i',
Females 45
Total 243 7>
1 shipped per S. S
"Mexii o" Nov. 4th.
bales s|.....ges, ioj do
refuge spongi 1 .1 bales
poffge 1 lippings, io ba
bales sisal, 5 do.
- \ shells,
es canned pineapj
1 empi barrels, tons
I mi un\ itae, 10 bales Junk,
7 1 iii|ii\ Gas drums, 4 pkgs.
sundries, 909 i> ftnil, 183 bis. Citrus fruit.
:<>:
Nassau, N. P.
N0\ I 111 I'M',.
Mr. Editor
Dea Sir,
I'd jus'
like in ask the officials 0
any one wh 1 can answi 1 mv
query, if it 1- right and
pn iper foi the Sanita
spei tor, when appealed to
disturbance! ed by fill
k yards, to stand in 1 le
St H ft lean in", on his bii y< le
and ennui re ol 1 he partii s
ised nl such indi 1 eni 5,
II even thing airtg I 1 hat
sort 1 >f ,in- 1 loes heexpeel
in elicit: Sin h carelessm ss
musl be een into by the p 1
per aut I101 il ies, 01 so< in the
whole low n will havi
tn I tui mil inti 1 a Sinil ri
am, I rathei think the lns|
tor ol inn- no sin 111(1 seek
into the well re of thi public
;iihI its health, or what
we paying him foi ?
Yours TAX PAYER,
FOR SALE
AFF W pi ci sof househ ild
furniture. Can be
any time b tween the hours
of 10 .1 in and 1 p.m.
Call at
MRS. KNOWI.is
C 1. Oin-.li, and I' "> a, II Si-.
2nd Bahamas
Contingent
II' 1-, probable that the Contin
it will be leavin
for Jai ittei part 0
ml 1
i lie Recruiting { imittee
Bppeals to the gem ral public
f,,1 warm vests for tin
thi se may I"'- sent ti I im
mandant's Office ,'i i"-; B
racks.
It is 1 K| 1 t< rl that the men
will arrive in England during
winter and tin- appeal will
afford their friends an oppor
tunity 'f showing their a| prec
iation of the l< 13 .'il mam 1 in
which the men hava 1 for-
ward i<> serve their King and
Country.
R. 11. C CRAWFORD,
v tirman,
Recruitin 1 d immittee.
I )c|,il), r. 1915.
Radiograms
.|ili November, 1915
1., ml n, 2nd; Premier Asqu
1 in ilir I louse "I Com
inons i'idaj on the policy mid
plai i it at Britain, c< rn-
\ in, 1 he did not
1 , tli,111 was win ad\
. 11, 11......iplized thi
if I'.....pe t<> night and the,
ling, although i'. has I
re on ol n.-- fronts
an reci iving little tin u
I 1 e Austro i, rmans and IWil
garians continue liner adv
in -ei bi and are dail> 'haw ing
1 to Ni ', making the posi
tii n of the v, 1 bian army in the
North \ prj pn carious. It is be
li< vi 'I here how ever that the
Sei bians will I"' able to with
11 raw to the mountains and re
the invaders until thi nee
which the Entente Mlies ha i1
promised draws some <>( the pn
sure from them.
The British and French troo] 1
already landed at Salonika al
read) an: doing this in the South
and new- ol a Russian con
tinfant ivhi< h Ik variously re
1 bavin la at Varna
,,r in be approaching Bulgaria
through Rouiliaaia is anx
jii aited.
On the W front ex-
foi ioi ting m
Ch impagne then is littl
im activity, I'1;' on the I ..
em front at l< asl 3 or 4
battles are 1" ing fought. I h
Germ nt continue their effort
to approach Riga from the
Wesi : the Russians are at
tacking Wesi "I" Dvinsk and
among tbi lakes South of
that city, while attai ks and
counter attacks almost
continuous on th< Stry and
along In Str) pa in Gali
B il i'li s are claim1.
advan 1
The Italian often
si thi Vustrians c< a
1 i 11 in s although Vienna re
ts thai it is meeting with
no suci ess.
Berlin, 2: A< cordin \ to
i )vi i ,1 Agency despati
the r u r k s captun 'I the
Fn nch submarine 'I urqui
e l\ intact and probi I
will utilize the vessel them-
selvi s.
London, and: I Im Pi i
Minister. Mr Asquith, in the
House of Commons t< lay
rtelivi red before the largest
mblyof the year his much
discuss* .1 stati mi nl on the
1.1' the war. The pr< miers
most important di claration was
that 1 lie war will be conducli 'I
.. immittee of from
to live members winch
will< nneult with the full 1
, questions of thi m< >l s< rious
natun .
Wear Armbr-isters
Shoes


r
li is Cakei. foi granted tliat
Preri
er and A. .!. H ilfi in will l>'-
memb ncil.
plan

ii
net two i
MI1V.
1
I
. I
II I
Hi
on the [>oIh
. I : i
a
-ou
tian wa;
.
to m
in it li .
bur
He 1
'I Mi. .
it in a v
N
[.on
Sews:
i ckin Champ
;i bi imbardmenl with
was i
Mm i R
prisoners were taken in Gali-
cia.
I he Italian offensive i
tinues in >ra and Carso.
Vill and pri-
been taken.
I \:' LAW.
Albanians
in i Krusevo
-
i
!i

e in p irliami nt.
Land
I
I
t Is
nt.
1 lii
I
! lonl
i;
I I
\
Villa
1
I ;
mil
\\ .
I i
turn i"
! unl
ill health.

i u ill) the (
Professional Announcement
Dr.W. R. Lamb
American Oculist and Optician
Specialist in I- xarmtiing the I
fend correcting Defective
Visicn.
IIA S 11
| I I to I
will I
I ;: !
I
I
1 5 Crates of
Crockery.
UM 1 I
it oi i Loncfi
V. II I I w

U .' I 1 8
D -
I
I
KNICK-KNACK ST
Notic
-^
MORE men are
wanted for I
2nd Bahamas Con-
tingent. Volunteers
n go to t h m-
mandant's office at
v time.
Volunteer and
DO IT N 0 W





'
1








.

21 .".
Quarry Stoife
For Sale.
FOR ^ALE "~
A GRAPH with
lisl nd Fi
CO.
Look I
For.:
.1 W l li
!
iv/'an: !

;
NassauYian: i ; him >i
id you \\ i.: 11
ays.
All are welc:::: Coi
11 \ 111 wntil to taste the
.mi evi i produi ed.
Williams' Shoes Are Better


r
li is Cakei. foi granted tliat
Preri
er and A. .!. H ilfi in will l>'-
memb ncil.
plan

ii
net two i
MI1V.
1
I
. I
II I
Hi
on the [>oIh
. I : i
a
-ou
tian wa;
.
to m
in it li .
bur
He 1
'I Mi. .
it in a v
N
[.on
Sews:
i ckin Champ
;i bi imbardmenl with
was i
Mm i R
prisoners were taken in Gali-
cia.
I he Italian offensive i
tinues in >ra and Carso.
Vill and pri-
been taken.
I \:' LAW.
Albanians
in i Krusevo
-
i
!i

e in p irliami nt.
Land
I
I
t Is
nt.
1 lii
I
! lonl
i;
I I
\
Villa
1
I ;
mil
\\ .
I i
turn i"
! unl
ill health.

i u ill) the (
Professional Announcement
Dr.W. R. Lamb
American Oculist and Optician
Specialist in I- xarmtiing the I
fend correcting Defective
Visicn.
IIA S 11
| I I to I
will I
I ;: !
I
I
1 5 Crates of
Crockery.
UM 1 I
it oi i Loncfi
V. II I I w

U .' I 1 8
D -
I
I
KNICK-KNACK ST
Notic
-^
MORE men are
wanted for I
2nd Bahamas Con-
tingent. Volunteers
n go to t h m-
mandant's office at
v time.
Volunteer and
DO IT N 0 W





'
1








.

21 .".
Quarry Stoife
For Sale.
FOR ^ALE "~
A GRAPH with
lisl nd Fi
CO.
Look I
For.:
.1 W l li
!
iv/'an: !

;
NassauYian: i ; him >i
id you \\ i.: 11
ays.
All are welc:::: Coi
11 \ 111 wntil to taste the
.mi evi i produi ed.
Williams' Shoes Are Better


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