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T | Algiers: I I ; %  m r Y-'i | Former!) the I Ian : Vraer n liner Dacia] topedoi.! and sunk : Su ma ine. 1 \ \ ing to Bi'z it. i pa saved froi i tin Italiai lilise I i torped viousl) I ie entire i rew and pas been I inde I safely. Paris: Th n has been infan 1 : in the region uf I nss violent bombardments ign rind spil h in district. Berl n: The I .lured tli utli -,l |. rl Krusi : bi in prison* Pi ; : Pi uloudis the new (ii, i, i 1 nas n ''ill,1 Frarn e thai I I v\ ill continue "Sh bell m utrality i Entente Pov New York: -Th Si rtier u : I .'iinl | ux. Washington: It is "1 thai I,ill | mission includes In is confronted w i n seri us in I' Hyd if mutin Pekii Chin turns how indicate thai m> marchical form adopl i will not i | %  U nti] Big Reduction //; Prices Of Fresh Meat ri 11'. in: ed will .iBlock No. 6 in the City Mi al Markel from the i.|iii inst. fresh melt at the following prici s \i/: — Beef Si per lb. 11 .. lb. ., lb. M il d. .. lb. Pi Lost N. E. I bi the of the |>ublic to I in my inat of various I that my only pri< h I | al all tin I mv cu-' rid with and I \ %  Ri to 1 T. \. R< >KER. Rope Rope Rope Manilla Ro| : Baling Re A I* I'LL I in N i plus 1 and the In i CHA I 2nd Bahamas Contingent I I" is probable that the Contin it will be leaving Nassau for Jamaica ;ii the latter part of \n\eml i i The Recruiting Committee to the general public w.nin vests for the men; ent I the Com 1 H at the Barh iexpected tflat the men I uri ng appeal ends an o| lheir apprec I loyal Win e forK and R. II. C CRAWFORD, ( linn,in, R ruiting G mmil tee. i. 1915. S A N I T*A R Y COOL RELIABLE SOLD BY Wm Hilton 260 BAY STREET. For Rent A SIX 1 e with I Apply J >S. LAING, Blui Mill St. FOR SALE A FI W 1 %  if housi In ild I I 1 1 the hours 1 n. a 11 d i 1'. 111. I at MRS KNOWI.I NOTICE A RTESMN mil, %  WM. Mi KIWI V Quarry Stone For Sale. A B ON 1 I GASOLINE CATURDAY Night, i •^ the abutment %  the : of N. Fn rich, I 1 )ne %  12 1 white \\ ith rope fender an mnd hei i' 1 11111 to CHAS. I \I BURY FOR SALE In I )rum tli vert pi I inllon. Ti 11 'i Shil A GR.. PHONE with English and Fr V.Z'A Record* c. C. SAUNDERS % %  East B Apply, Nassau N. P. I'. \. I RECO. April. 1 -il, ig Look! Foreigner: I haven't a well n I've been in V >au. Nassauvi&n: 11 tried Isaai i on I t B For •' n r Nassauvian: Try hii and you will try him m All W if you the Jo ;;'s A 1 F: es 1 %  Prepared Wax %  Johnson** Wood Dya 01 Johnaon'a Und 1 1.. Joh i>-. HI" 1 Flo.! v... >d Fin lah r II 1. Johnson's Pa.al vv ood t 1 Johm FOR SAL; NOTICE. 1 "* 111 %  %  %  1 Pni fTH P. \ HUY1 OR Williams' Shoes Are Better



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NulliUM fecMlCttM lurnro In veiba mmglatrt. Heii\|> bound IO swear to the Itngrntva of no MiM.ter VOL. XII. N rt -. S nvi. V I'.. KrthiMiis. WF'.DNF.SDA Y. November 10. I U5. NO. 374 Th( Very # Re\ Chrysostom 1 Schreim O.S.B. io o o M Fall In Attention Right Dress Right Turn By Your Left Quick March To the Barracks and ENLIST BRITISH RED CROSS. w by %  lhal ins lo llie British Red C Fund to tlie 8th. instanl 1' led A. G. S Dr. & Mi V) 1 I III ; i'.lll I;11 '• \id S I II \ \\ 0 0 Mi Uriah I. i'.ii les, M l ..il. Add I to lo o M G. Harold • V|! 5 Mi. & Mrs R. II. Mi C I .Fairingl n o o Mi. I 0 Kind | o Mi C. Menend o o i ', o o r. J.I,. baunucrs, 5 0 o 1 >: VVi are credibly infoi Eleulli I) in agriculI I )ui ing thi week as man) r of slips ha\ 1 been sent from Nassau lo Eleut 1 I In and we hopi thai 11 may prove | ile to thost vho ai enins. There will be no Band • BRIO GENERAL BLACXDEN VISITS CONTINGENT CAMP. A NUMBER OF PROMOTIONS MADE AMONG THE MEN. DRILLING PROGRESSES APACE 1 % %  %  >ork ap %  ii, 11 in Camp, of. 'I ich ol men v\ IH> are %  %  ui on Sunday al 1 hi Gaii 11 and returned i<> the v' 11 C a in p a 1 ion. I Li' ond bati '. ttment no m. fhe -i\ platoons havi up with the mi n 1 n I up to :il 1 inn-. '1 i na 1 ii MI and were sw irn in. They are now awaiting final appi < ival. Dr. A. G. Curphey, D.M.O. ;ii Clan iniit w ho is to go In medical chai ge %  if the o n1 ingenl reported for duty at \ ,IIM1 has b add gth. I.i' Hi. til 11 and I.i' in, Rutty %  Hi Sunday and I .ii tit. C. F. M01 gan repoi ted : y. 1 hey 1 lh cil • from the 11 THE PROMOTIONS MADE Vesti nl.iv the following pi t i o 11 a r \ %  : Pte. 11 and I 'ti Russel. nts, Ptes Redfor^. II. .1. I . (1 \. Ii. 'I I A. \\ G. ( O \ 1 C \. 1 R A. Magi 1 s, I ho. C. D. Bell, Edwards, ,' O. Brash, 1 1 ingti n, Bel hel, Masi in, I [all. I. ,ii; 1 irals : Ptes. Cummii 5, I.ovell, G I in, in,Cum 1 1 .'. B. Sil< W. II. S. \lcl I'.: iw 11, B\ field, Ni M iks, ''. Silvern, Morris, I and M a u1 I p io Fi i'i last 1 he men win 1 I taken on lh< stiength came from the fi illow in St. M St. Catherine | ; Kingston 40 and Mam 25 ml St. Andrew 15 Trelawny St. Thomas St. Elizabeth Ham Port U" 1 Radiograms A (ii 1 man m ite to the state 1 tment toda) d en i< s 1 latically that G e 1 m a n i prepared falsi ports, and doubt I • Lansing : ad m n then : .111 i Is. New York : K and (iv: dieted ( liar. to b The Unitid rn< thiyea the mo t \, wn. %  I (|o\ ernor, Bahami 1 1 \ %  '. unk ubmarine. 1 1 reports coi I U 11 captun d. The Italian my pi >sitioii at ( Enerm reporl • 1 d) NAR L Wear Armfor-istep's Shoes


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Title: The Tribune.
Uniform Title: Tribune. (Nassau, Bahamas).
Alternate Title: Nassau tribune
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Language: English
Publisher: Tribune
Publication Date: Wednesday, November 10, 1915
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Spatial Coverage: Bahamas
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NulliUM fecMlCttM lurnro In veiba mmglatrt.
Heii\|> bound io swear to the Itngrntva of no MiM.ter
VOL. XII.
Nrt-.Snvi. V I'.. KrthiMiis. WF'.DNF.SDA Y. November 10. I U5.
NO. 374
Th( Very# Re\.
Chrysostom
1 Schreim O.S.B. io o o
M
Fall In
Attention
Right Dress
Right Turn
By Your Left
Quick March
To the Barracks
and ENLIST
BRITISH RED CROSS.
w
by lhal
ins
lo llie British Red C
Fund to tlie 8th. instanl
1'
led
A. G. S
Dr. & Mi V)
' 1 I III ; i'.lll I-
;11 ' \id S
. I
II
\ \\ 0 0
Mi Uriah I.
i'.ii les,......
M l ..il. Add
I to lo o
M G. Harold
V|! 5
Mi. & Mrs R. II.
-
Mi C I .Fairingl n o o
Mi. I 0 Kind | o
Mi C. Menend o o
i ', o o
r. j.i,. baunucrs, 5 0 o
1 >: -
VVi are credibly infoi
Eleulli
I) in agriculI
I )ui ing thi week as man)
r of
slips ha\ 1 been sent
from Nassau lo Eleut 1
I In and we
hopi thai 11 may prove |
ile to thost vho ai en-
ins.
There will be no Band

BRIO GENERAL
BLACXDEN VISITS
CONTINGENT CAMP.
a number of promotions made
among the men.
Drilling Progresses apace
1
>ork
ap

ii, 11 in Camp,
of. 'I ich ol
men v\ Ih> are

ui on Sunday al 1 hi
Gaii 11 and returned i<> the
v' 11 C a in p a 1
ion. I Li'
ond bati '.
ttment
no m.
fhe -i\ platoons havi
up with the mi n 1 n
I up to :il 1 inn-.
'1 i
na
1 ii mi and were sw irn in. They
are now awaiting final ap-
pi < ival.
Dr. A. G. Curphey, D.M.O.
;ii Clan in- iit w ho is to go
In medical chai ge if the o n-
1 ingenl reported for duty at
\ ,iim1 has b
add gth. I.i' Hi.
til 11 and I.i' in, Rutty
Hi Sunday
and I .ii tit. C. F. M01 gan re-
poi ted : y. 1 hey 1
lh cil
from the 11
The Promotions Made
Vesti nl.iv the following
pi t i o 11 a r \
:
Pte.
11 and I 'ti Russel.
. nts, Ptes Redfor^.
II. .1. I . (1 \.
Ii. 'I I A.
. \\ G. ( O
\ 1 C
\. 1 R A. Magi 1 s, I ho-
. C. D. Bell, Edwards,
,' O. Brash, 1
1 ingti n, Bel hel, Masi in, I [all.
I.,ii; 1 irals : Ptes.
Cummii 5, I.ovell, G I in,
in,Cum
1 1 .'. B. Sil< W.
' II. S. \lcl
I'.: iw 11, B\ field, Ni m iks, ''.
Silvern, Morris, I
and M a u1
I p io Fi i'i last
1 he men win 1 I taken
on lh< stiength came from
the fi illow in
St. M
St. Catherine | ;
Kingston 40
and
Mam 25
ml
St. Andrew 15
Trelawny
St. Thomas
St. Elizabeth
Ham
Port U"
1
Radiograms
A (ii 1 man m ite to the state
1 tment toda) d en i< s
1 latically that G e 1 m a n
i prepared falsi
ports, and doubt
I

Lansing : ad m
n then :
.111 i Is.
New York : K
and (iv:
dieted ( liar.
to b
The Unitid rn<
thi- yea the mo t \,
wn.

I
(|o\ ernor,
Bahami
1 1
\ '. unk
ub-
marine.
1 1 reports coi
I
U 11
captun d.
The Italian
my pi >sitioii at (
Enerm reporl
1 d)
NAR L
Wear
Armfor-istep's
Shoes


T |
Algiers: I I ; ,m. r
Y-'i | Former!) the I Ian :
Vraer n liner Dacia]
topedoi.! and sunk :
Su ma ine. 1 \ \
' ing to Bi'z it.i pa
saved froi i tin Italiai
lilise I i torped
viousl) I ie entire i rew and pas
been
I inde I safely.
Paris: Th n has been infan
1 : in the region uf
I nss violent bombardments
ign rind spil
h in
district.
Berl n: The I .-
lured tli
utli -,l |.
rl Krusi
:
bi in prison*
Pi ;- : Pi uloudis
the new (ii, i, i1 nas
n ''ill- ,1 Frarn e thai I I
v\ ill continue "Sh be-
ll m utrality i
Entente Pov
New York: -Th Si rtier
u :
I .'iinl |
ux.
Washington: It is
"1 thai I,ill |
mission includes In
is confronted
w i n seri us in
I'
Hyd
if mutin
Pekii Chin
turns how in-
dicate thai m> marchical form
adopl i will
not i | Unti]
Big Reduction
//; Prices Of
Fresh Meat
ri 11'. in: ed will
.i- Block No. 6 in the City
Mi al Markel from the i.|iii
inst. fresh melt at the follow-
ing prici s \i/:
Beef Si per lb.
11 .. lb.
., lb.
M il d. .. lb.
Pi
Lost
N. E. I bi the
of the |>ublic to I
in my
'
in- at of various I
. that my only
pri<
h I |
al all tin I mv
cu-' rid
with
'
and
I
\
Ri
to 1
T. \. R< >KER.
Rope
Rope
Rope
Manilla Ro|
:
Baling Re
A I* I'LL I
in N i
plus 1
and the In i
Cha I '
2nd Bahamas
Contingent
II" is probable that the Contin
it will be leaving Nassau
for Jamaica ;ii the latter part of
\n\eml i i
The Recruiting Committee
to the general public
w.nin vests for the men;
ent I the Com
1 H at the Bar-
h i- expected tflat the men
I uri ng
appeal
ends an o|
lheir apprec
I loyal
Win e for-
K and
R. II. C CRAWFORD,
( linn,in,
R ruiting G mmil tee.
i. 1915.
S A N I T*A R Y
COOL
RELIABLE
SOLD BY
Wm Hilton
260 BAY STREET.
For Rent
A SIX 1 e with
I
Apply J >S. LAING,
Blui Mill St.

FOR SALE
AFI W 1 if housi In ild
I I 1
1 the hours
1 n. a 11 d i 1'. 111.
I at
MRS KNOWI.I
NOTICE
ARTESMN mil,

WM. Mi KIWI V
Quarry Stone
For Sale.
A B on
1 I
GASOLINE
CATURDAY Night, i
^ the abutment the
: of N. Fn rich, I 1 )ne
12 1
white \\ ith rope fender
an mnd hei
i' 1 11111 to
CHAS. I \I BURY
FOR SALE
In I )rum tli vert pi
I inllon.
Ti 11 'i Shil
A GR.. PHONE with
English and Fr v.z'a Record* c. C. SAUNDERS
' East B
Apply, Nassau N. P.
I'. \. I RECO. April. 1 -il, ig
Look!
Foreigner: I haven't
a well n
I've been in V >au.
Nassauvi&n: 11
tried Isaai i on
I t B
For ' n r
Nassauvian: Try hii
and you will try him
m
All W
if you the
Jo ;;'s
A 1 .
F: es
1 Prepared Wax

Johnson** Wood Dya
01
Johnaon'a Und 1 1..
Joh i>-. hi" 1 Flo.! v... >d Fin lah
r II 1.
Johnson's Pa.al vv ood t 1
Johm
FOR sal;
Notice.
1"* 111 , 1
Pni
fTH
P. \ HUY1 OR
Williams' Shoes Are Better


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