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\ L OILQKHT ByjTCH, fetor OKI i torner ShirUy & Charlotte Sis Nassau, X. /', Bahama* THONK 2(10. i>. o. BOX MB. PUBLISHKD DAILY RATES Mon. lay, We Inetday and Ffklay single OOpy Tuesday, and ihuraday tingle copy Saturday— single CApy Weekly Monthly ... i-. Hrteilv ... ... .. js. alf Ye.u iv... ... \ A MM, Advertising Rati Su • %  (01 fust iottrtion: tin. e i. ... -1 fi.r aecond insei tion ; and line (or Mibsqueul iuserl Advprti^iiuMits UIIIIPI eight li line I in e I % % %  TLbe tribune TUESDAY. November It.. 1915. MAILS. FOREIGN-. Per Mail Steamer "Morro Castle" will be closed on Thursday. 18th at 10.30 a.m. Per Motor "F ranees E" on Friday 19th at 8 a.m. LNTBRINSULAR. For Harbour Island, Spanish Wells, Eleutheca, Andros, Abaco, Exuma, Long Island, Ra Island, Grand Bahama, Bimini, and Berry Island on Friday 19th inst. at 2 p.m. A fireoccured last night, at midnight, in an unoccupied house on No. 2 Street, Grant Town which was entirely ttoyed; it was owned by Mr. C. C. Smith of East Strei t and we understand was insured. A remarkable tardiness in getting water was observed. We have been informed that Mr. George Robinson, Mr. Bnfce Bethel and Mi. Herbert Bethel who re ently left In have entered the army, the former in the Royal I a Id Artillery and tin.' two lattei in the Scots Greys. —:o: 1ST BAHAMAS CONTINGENT. We are reliably informi d that the ist Contingi at left Jamaica for England. The Mail Steamer "Mexi. 0" arrived on Sunday morning from \< w Y irk, transferred the following passengers to Tender "Colonia" and pn 1 C( ed( d to I lav ana. 1 Miss fanny C. Apple ton, I Harriet Caipenter, Geneve Griffith, Lucy Griffith, Label J. Perry, Martha Loizeau, Ana Loizeau, Amu tte C. B. Walker, and Phyllis Wells; Mesdames Angelina [sham, P. Daniel Loizeau, Edwina Pope, and Harriet O. li. Walker; Mr. and Mis William I. Fraser, Mr and Mrs. Charles B. Rockwell; Messrs John A. Chandler. < ie< irge A Higgs, Thaddeus Johnson, Lemuel S Miller, and William Strombom; Master l > miel Loizeau. Mi Ivy I). Edwards, Mr. Harold fountain. Mr. Fred Sinclair. The following were passenI %  the Motor"! 1 ranci s b" from Miami on Saturday afternoon.— Mrs Fran es Saundi rs, Mes rs. Egberl Munroe, Augusl us Nealey .and 1 homas Mai key. CHRISTMAS PRESENTS FOR BAHA MIANSON WAR SERVICE I lut lommttee ofEx-Colonial (Ji iv( rnorsin I .< nd< in who are looking after the int" the West Indian Con:inge is being assisted by a Committee of lad m| io ed prim ipally of the wives of the C invernors and which has sei ri formed bj Miss Mary Moseley. Through the agei the se o >mmitte< s it will be p \ sibl" i very Bahamian absent from the Colony i hi' h Ch: I--1 mas pn -en's will be foi w ni. I to London and distributed lo each soldier onin eti d with tins Colony. Any one who wishes to send such a present can forward il to Mrs. H.ireourt Malcolm, The Casual inas, I t Hill Stn el b in midd y i il Wi Insi lay Nov ml 17th. Each present should be propci ly [lacked for shipment by Parcel's Post and must not exceed Three pounds in weight. It must have written on it the name of the Baha mian for whom it is intended as well as t he name of t he givei and a descripti< m of its contents. Mrs. Malcolm will acknow ledge in the Press the receipt of all pack,ice-, and will for ward them to London. Extracts From Letters From The Bahamas Contingent Up Park Camp Kingsti i n. la. \"\. 2nd, iM 5. Dear . As you know our time is almost taken up with work. I shall nowendea\oui to give you a glim| 1 1 if our life in I mp. First weare living in tents at a place called Swal low Field, it is ind< ed a very l'i'tt\ pii 1 no to behold aboul [20 tents all snow white pitched in rows, there are six men to each tent. Now for the daily routine, we awakeni d at 5 b> he b which sounds the "Reveil batlr, quite a delightful shower, tea and bread at 6, drill from 6.30 till 8 1 5, breakfast, which c insists of tea and bread again, Machine gun drill from q till 12, dinnei 1 2 15, Stewed beef, p. Mat' >( S, a lull until 2, fatigue drill (which 1 onsists of cleaning up the lines and veeding until 3 30, Squad drill from | to 6, then 1 omes walking oui in the city until 9. jo, lights out 10.15, lms finishes the day O f cou when I gel in town after a day's stiff d ill I spend all I have gol on s< imething for the 1 man. and I 1 assure you in Kingst n 1 me realizes that the Empire is really al tcause the prices are War Prio S with a vengeance. Ere this you h no doubt seen the proim ll 1. uis which have I n made in the Coat ingent, I h a v e b e e n among t he fortunate oneto receive some recognition al the hands of my instrui and hope later on to receive further more. I know that it must be very gratifying to the Bahamas lo know that oui Contingent has been chosen to form tin Machine gun ; i< 'ii and I must say that an isl of our boys* have displayed quite an aptitude in picking up the mat nanism whn h is no easy job considering that the gun has 305 pieces, of course its a quick I way to heaven or to Ins sata! nic Mij' sty's domains ha, ha! I But I should worry, I never span the Bi idge until I get to it, 1 he Bahamas C< ml ingent on the w hole h a s en at< d quite a favourite impression. On Sunday last 1 >i t. 31SI we attended a farewell servic e at the L s Church. I he little Bahama Contingent was the centre ol a 11 ra ct io n brought up the rear ai ting as ; Bahamas I'lat ion I'. Companj, I.ir style we t< 10k the cake 1111 ood form. 1 )ame Rumoui i that we leave this week, that is m 6th, Sat., ab >u1 %  but ol C< IU1 -••this is not official. . Now in losing allow me to wish you a con1 inued flow d health and wealth. Believe me t*1>e yours truly, •IN THE MAGISTRATES COURT \< v. ~. Chas Johnson (I) D ink and i nt lang on the V'endui days. II. lilting I'"!, e Constabh No. 39 Allied Ri 'I and Lanci Cor peral Charles King in ution of their dut) or I .| >\:r I ,i irenzi i I iomi 2 Dii barging a lo I '. 1 w i t, %  nil t'i the anno}.nice <.f rtain inhabitants of the Eastern Disti I Dismi ed Ralph Smith Breach St. Traffic Ruli or 4 days. Lilian Bull' r, and Fli in me Knowli s F ight ing in Bay i I ch lined 8s or 7 days. 3. Llewellyn Sweeting I 'sing obscene and indei enl language in Public Stn et 15s. or 10 days.



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(II) Assaulting one Charles Baillou— 20s. or 15 days. Benjamin Armbrister As saulting and beating I lenry Wwiiiui —Dismiss* d. 4. Janus Balfout One Gustafll Fei gurson unlawfully and maliciously did wound — £ a or one month. g Minna Thompson, Mary Thompson, and Marie Gro\ e nor -Throwing stoni s lo the annoyance and danger <>f persons in Public Street in ( irantS Town Minna and M 11 ieeach fined ti i days Mai %  or 14 days. 1,. Rosa Prioi Assaulting and beating Celestina I >eleveaux i6s. 01 [4 d lys. John Minus Detain one stove value |s. 6d. mi,bedsi value 12s the gf( iods and chattels f)f Sri i ill Thompson -()rder mail'' WANTED Immediately M<*RE MEN h.r the 21 1 Bahamas Contingent to leave Nassau 1 in I hursday J 5111 inst. Radiograms 1. Movember, 1915. Li mdi in, 13th: I hi' <•< 111tinued lan( ling 1 if British and I ench troi ips is causing s uneasim to B Igaria and TMI key and the ministers of 111 >-' two piiwi rs today again proti st( id i' 1 the (Jreek g ernment winch took formal IT a ice of their prote I. I deti rmination of the Entente Allies in the Balkan npaign is shown by the large force they arc sending tii the Balkans,and news was II eived from Ri >rne today that Italy also had decided t<> intervene in this regiiin in a ni mm r w %  irthy of 1 eat %  ness, to %  uBicienl support to the French and Bi 11 ish to accomplish a rum i te triumph. This aid is to have some influence on* Greece and Roumania. The latter country howev< r is waiting for the development of Russian plans. Meanwhile the Austro-Gerrnans and Bulgarians are advancing slowly in their eff< 11 tin cut off or annihilate the Serbian army. 1 hese efforts ay gpiwing more difficult as the Serbians havem iw occupied, according to their official reports, defensive i" >--itioiis to the South and I ast of Kralievo an'" I of Ivagnitz l, and on the Last! in fr< •lit 1 m the left bank of the Southern Morava where 1 heavy fighting is in progi Mexico City, 13: Ri ports • Iras Neg 1 said that people arriving th from the interior of Mexi 0 brought wool 1 'I '.':> atly im%  ed conditions following the reci ignition of thi Cat ranza I lovernment. 1 .ondon, 1 3: Ii is officially announced that Winston Spencer Churchill,Chanrello" f the I >u< hy of Lancaster, ha-• ned from thecabinet tnd will join the army in I ran e. Mi. *. hurchill in his le'tti r of 1 esignation explaine 1 ili.it Ii: in tinformation of a small war council and appreciate the lit ion which Pn mier As quilh expressed to include him among its mi mbers. Hi foresaw the difficulties that the premier would have to face in its compi isition, he s';ii' d, and he made no 1 omplaint because the scheme was change 1. but with that 1 h mge his work in the government naturallj < losed. Washington, 13: Still without definite information regarding the circumstances under which the Italian liner A neon i a \\ as sunk state department officials took no further st< ps today in the situation. \ w York, 13: Assertions that in the event of future foreign wars exportation from the lulled States would virtually cease and that only superior British and French navies enable exportation to continue in spite of the present European conflict were made at the meeting of the Academy of Political Science tonight as arguments for the upbuilding of the American merchant marine. London, 13:— Re-affirms tion of Premier Asquiths his toric pledge regarding the Entente Allies terms of peace delivered at the Lord Mayors banquet, Novembero.th, 1914, was made by Sir Edward Grey today in a written answer to a question put by Sir Arthur Mai kham Liberal member of parliament for Mansfield di\ ision of Notts. London, 13:— Although London refuses to share the 1 onsti ination which the dis solul ion of the Gri ek chamber has causi d in France no at tempt is made to minimize the seriousness 1 f the situa tion nor to ignore the fact that King Constantine's ac tion has put a definite quietus nil all ii pes of Greek CO (ipei.ii .on iii the near future. Rome, 13:—An official statement reads: "Raids by detachments are reported at the confluence of the Cameri and the Adige where we destroyed the railway bridge between Mori and S< ghe in the 1 pei Calamento Vallev at the Brento and Cismon toi rents. In the Upper C01 rvole (in: offensi • 1 1 ontii les nor mally". i'li Noveml BI : m the West bank of the Styr River in Galicia. The Germans stormed a French trench three hundred yards long North east of Fourie. Paris:—Infantry fire is continuous at Labyrynth, Artois district. The German losses yesterday were very large. London: —Winston Spencer Churchill speaking in the house df commons declared that the project of British forces for the relief of Antwerp originated with Earl Kitchener and the 1 h Ljuvernment. Several thousand British were furred across the border and interned in Holland. Churchill asserted that the Dardanelles operations should e continued with sustained furv. Referring to the loss of the British squadron off Chili lasl yeai he stated that the admiral ty's disposition of warships was 1 best under the circumstances. DEPARTMENTAL NOTICE CIVIL ENGINEER'S OFFICE. Weeding renders aer invited for the ch aring' weeding, and removal of bushes, weeds and grass from the Burial Ground known as Infant's View situate South of Fort Charlotte. 1. nders to be sent to Civil Engineer's Office on Friday 19th November 10.15 at noon By order of Public Hoard of, Work-. W. Mild IK, Civil Engineer. Civil Engineer's Offi< e, Nassau, 12th Nov., 1915. For Results Advertise in • The Tribune D



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the signal for the fleet to bear tip in two columns as they an formed in order of sailing : a mode of attack Ins Lordship had previously directed toavoid the inconveniences and delay in forming a line of battle in the usual manner. The enemy's line consisted of thirty thn e ships (of win, h eighteen w French and fifteen Spani commanded in chief by Admi ral Villeneuve: the Spaniards under the direction of Gravina were with their heads North ward, and fon led their line of battle with great i los< ness and directness ; but as the mode of attack was unusual, so the structure of their line was new ; it formed a cr< nt, c i xing to leeward, so that in leai down to the centi their van and rear abafl I beam ; before the fin opei %  every alternate ship wa a cable's length to windward ol her Second ahead and astern, forming a kind of double line, and appeared whei then beam to leave a very littl terval between th< m ; and this without crowding their sli Admiral Villeneuve was in the Hucentaure in the the Prince of Asturia vina's fla^ in the :< ar ; but the French and Spanish Sti mixed without an) apparent regard to ory 01 li ional squadron. As the mode of our attack had been previously deteri on and COmm I to the Hag Officers and Capl few •ignall wen' • iry, anil none were made to di rect close ordei as th< lines bore down. 1 he Commander in Cli ief, in the Victory, led I tther column, and t Roj al Sove reign, which bow my flag, the lee. The action began at twelve o'clock by the leading ships ol the column breaking through the enemy's line, the Comman der in Chief about tin&f enth ship from the van, the Second in Command about the twelfth from the rear, leaving the van of the enemy unoccupied : the succeeding ships breaking through in all parts, astern of their leaders, and engaging the enemy at the muzzles of their guns. The conflict was severe : the enemy's ships were fought with a gallantry highly honourable to their Officers ; but the attack on them was irresist ible.andit pleased theAlmigh ty Disposer of all events to '.'i. mi I lis \|,i jest) 'sarms acorn plete and glorious victory, \ at three p.m., inniiv of the enemy's ships having struck their colours, their line gave wa) ; Admiral Gravina with ten ships joining their frigates to leeward stood towards Ca di/. The five headmost ships in their van tacl ed, and stand 111 J4 to the Southward, to windward of the Bi itish line, • % %  i ngage I, ami the stei nmost of them taken ; the others u enl off, leaving t>> his Majesty's idron nineteen ship of the line, 'of w hich three are fust rates tieSantissima, Trim dad, and tin Santa Anna thi' e F'. vis Admi Villeni uve, the Commander in Chief ; I >on Ignatis M 1 >' \liva. Vice Admiral an ; ish R( ar Admiral, I >on Bat ol lidalgo Cisueros. C( >LLINGW< 0D. / %  be conti T3he Imperial Orchestra %  1 UtVt : %  :-. I .. | IB, | I, Flute, Trap litum a* B EGS to inform theii fi lends and the general public that they are i quip|ied \\ ith all latest music for mod.an dances, garden parties, and rtainments, and is also prepared to accept engagements at shOl I in ttice. I ( Mils mable. Foi furthi r particulars, see Messis I In>s. \\. 1 .utm, Marlborough St.. Saml. i Mi Phersi n. "i Waltei 1 Wi ir, Baillou Hill Road. Big Reduction In Prices Of Fresh Meat T| I F undi rsigncd will • ell at l'iik No. I in the t tyl Meal Markel from tini |th uist. fresh IIH il al j^afollowing pri i • \ i/: — Beef Steak al I I. pei 11). Roasl B( • al tod. .. lb. Stew mat od. „ lb. Mutton 3£d. „ 11). Pork 1. „ lb. Rope Rop e Rope 2nd Bahamas Contingent I I i tin genl will be leaving Ma i .it the lattei part of \'o\ The Recruit appeals to I • jeni ral public fur warm vests Foi th these ma y be sent I the < !om %  i lant's Office It is i ted that thi will arrive in England di i winter and this appeal will afford their frien Is an 11| por tunilj i l six v. ui" I iation of the 1 nner in which t! Forward to s, ; ; ;, Country. K'.'II. C. CRAWFORD, C aii man, R' ruiting Ci imm NOTICE. T l 11> is • I' ai OIIS • t lie Publ ic in • i' n thai 1 havi op ned my Public Black Smith Shop; and am no read> to da anything in i e line ol ( I 'll' il ir in new u rk Horw Sh ie "loecially. All woiI; done Mei hanii illy. P. A. iilTi.uk Manilla Rope Hemp Rope Sisal Rope Baling Rope Jute Rope. A FULL line i f ovei 31 i 1 Coils kepi in strx k and delivered fn >m IUI Warehi >use in Nassau al New Y01 k pi 1 reight and I mty. Buy here and sa\ e Ni w York Commission, Interest id t 1 tr< iuble ol orderii % %  CHAS, E. ALBURY, \e< nt. GASOLINE In 1 hums Eleven pi per I iall< >n. lint ialli ai Cms I I 11 Shil ling pei Gallon C. C. SAUNDERS East Bay Street Nassau \. P. Api il, i 191 5 Lost N. B. I In ; to draw the attenl ion ol the public to the fact, that in my above ademenl off< 1 ing Iresh mi at 1 if vai ious kinds al din id prio thai my 1 mly pi ici s are those as quoted alu ive, w hi' li 1 am prepan d al all ti';. my customers, and all otl 1 who maj favo 11 me with their pat nd fn m and al ter 1 he middle "I Decembei "I this y< 11 1 will ha\ e quit Ameri fnizen meat nd pilultrv Remember my prio I intend tn hold to as 1 ime '.'ill prove. T, A R< iKER. FOR SALE A GRAPHAPHOJ^ with English and French Rec. F< • ulars, Apply, I'. A. I RE( <). Quarry Stone For Sale. AR rHUR 11 N : East Street. FOR SALE A NEW SMACK 13 ft. Keel ; ft. wide. I' 111 Pa 1 1 ii ulars applv to S ATURDAY Night, from the abutment oppositi the store of \. 1' rench, Esq., ( me open boat. 1 J It., painted white with ropi fender around her. UN turn to CHA^ E. ALBURY .1 I, KNOWLES Ship-) 1 'I For Results Advertise in The Tribune The Tribune, for Modern Printing* \



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/ tFS. Nulllvi. Kddi< ma (urnre lr\ verba mmdM. K. in, i m l toswervr to the [)n|mni of no Master. •mm VOL. Ml. Nassnu. N. P.. BahM.ift. TWCSDAf November. 16. 1915. MO. 374 Life of Nelson and short account of The Battle of Trafalgar i %  A Lecture delivered by His Excellency ihe Governor. Willmm L. Allardyce, C.fA.Q., on Trafalgar Da) 21 si October). 19 IS. m Vi. toria Hall, in .'.id of the Red Cross Fund t_ ciiiimvirj from Saturday. November IV 1915. The last words N d in his dial ^laj the it ( n l v. hom 1 granl to i 13 Country, and benefit of Europe in and gloi ious vi tor3. I in..\ no mis ct in any 1 tie t.u nisli it; and may humanity 4bf:< be the predomin it in the British Fleet I 1 myself indh idu illj I 1 ommit life to Him who made me, and in.i> I lis blessings light up on inv • in-for serving ni\ Country faithfully. To Him [ resign m ause which is entrusted to me to de fend, \i.''ii. Aim n, Amen." B Y this time the hostile Hi ets were 111 it her, red the famous sign il, "England confi,]i i hat every man w ill do his (lnt\." \s the word it in the vocabulary, and HI \ i!i' il to follow tills witn the signal f< %  11 ise action", %  1 save time tn.i H ts' should \ 111 plied, "th .' will do." The 1 .!-". iously deti 1 mined if at tack i.e the 'Nelson I uch', which consisted in breaking the %  •' %  me '" two pla a Ihered to and took the French and Spanish Nelson in ihe 'Vii torv' 1"! ihe weather ilumn, and ( ood in 'R. ,1 al Si ivereign' the lee. Seven or eight of l thcrmost 1 ned the whole ol theii artillei j 'Vii toi \', as she appr | but she forgi '1 ahi ad ti space of open the Santissima Trinidad, Bucentaun and R ;d< mbtable. At about half pasl one Nel th deck with C iptain I l.-i:i|\ • %  I en he wasstruck I shol from at iter in t mizzen top •>! I e R< di ml I 1 I li dropped with Ins fa< 1 mi the exact ere his tary had I killed rtly bel a round onversing with Cap: mi I lardy. 'I y done for me al last, I lardy" Nelson exclaimi d, "] hope not" answi red tin Captain 11 -" &aid Nelsi>n, "m\ b 1. li." He was lifted up and can i< d below to the o kpit. ( n the wa\ itti his onhand he dre* his hand ken In* f over his face that his might not know v. ho it that w as being 1 oin below. The wound w is prol ed ;iml it was round that the ball was lodged in the spine. Meanwhile, w ithout thebattle was furiously raging. The men from the 'Redoubtable' tried to board the 'Victory' but the as sault was in entl r< puls ed Nelson had been lying in the cockpit an hour and ten minutes when Captain Hardy who had been sent fur .1 rrived To Nelson's enquirs "I low goes the day' I lardy replied, "Yen wi II. My Lord, we have got tw< he in fourteen <>f the ene my's shi| s iii our possi ssio "I hope" s lid Nelson,"that none of our ships ha ••. e struck ?" I : dy replied, "No, My Lord, th r< no fi a of that." Mr. Beatty, the Surgeon, was again sum moued and urged by Nelson to ak the truth as to Ins condition. He replied, "My Lord, unhappil) foi oui country, nothing can he done for you" and having aid tins he turned 13 to con eal Ins grief. Har d\ returned in an hour to the %  il the d\ ing hero, and to his eii(]i lined him that Fourteen or fifteen ships had bei lured. Nelson replied, "That is well, but I bargained fin f. cnt\." Nelson w as sink ing last. Continuing he s %  ', "Kiss me Hardy." The Captain knelt and I'll is; '-'I hit lips tn I, "Now I am "'I hank 1 1 d I have doi e my dul Shortly afterwards he became ii,ii ss. I h' new s "I the batth of Trafal 1 reai bed the Admiraltj on the m< rnin %  e the t t l i of No\ e mbi 1. !ol lingwood's despati h was at once pi iitte in a L01 \< >n ( i a zette Extraordinary. I \\ ith me tonight one of Ihe on ginal copies of the "Times' which was pi inted on the ful lowing da\. \"\ ember, 1 G It contains Cwllingwood's des patch which I will read to yen, as also the leading article, which will afford some idea of the feeling evinced at the news of Nelson's death. NOTICE A k I ESMN Wells sunk rid pumps fitted, and plumbing done by \VM. McKINNEY. Christie St. EXTRACT FROM THE LONDON GAZETTE EXTRAORDINARY. WEDNESDAY, NOV. 6TH, 1805. Admiralty Office, Nov. 6th. Dispatches, of which the fol lowing are copies, were receiv 1 (I at the Admiralty this day, at one o'clock, a.m., from ViceAdmiral Collingwood, Com mander in Chief of his Maies tvs ships and vessels off Ca. : — Euryalus, off Cape Trafal) 1 Oct 22nd, 1805. Sir, ever-to-be lamented h of Vice-Admiral Lord Viscount Nelson, who in thi late conflict with the enein\ fell in the hour of victory, leaves to me the duty of inform mt: my Lord's Commissioners ol the Admiralty that on the instant it was communi cated to the Commander in Chief, from the ships watching the motions of the enemy in Cadi/, that the combined fleet had put to sea : as they saih d with light winds wisterly, Ins Lordship concludi d their desti nation was the Mediterranean, and immediately made all sail for the Straights entrance with the British Squadron,consisting of twen'\ seven ships, three of them sixty fours, where his Lordship was informi d b} Cap tain Blackwood 'whose vigi lance in watching and giving notice of the enemy's move ments has been highly mtrito rious) that they had not vet passed ihe Straights. On Monday, the 21st instant at daylight, when Cape Trafal gar bore E. by S. about seven leagues, the enemy was discov ered six or seven miles Fast ward, the wind about West and very light. The Comma' der in Chief immediately ton {Continued en 4th pagt Wear ArmbHster's Shoes


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Nulllvi. Kddi< ma (urnre lr\ verba mmdM.
K. in, i.....ml toswervr to the [)n|mni of no Master.
mm
VOL. Ml.
Nassnu. N. P.. BahM.ift. TWCSDAf November. 16. 1915.
MO. 374
Life of Nelson
and short account of
The Battle of Trafalgar
i
A Lecture delivered by His Excellency ihe
Governor. Willmm L. Allardyce, C.fA.Q.,
on Trafalgar Da) 21 si October). 19 IS. m
Vi. toria Hall, in .'.id of the Red Cross Fund
t_ ciiiimvirj from Saturday.
November IV 1915.
The last words N d
in his dial ^laj the
it (nl v. hom 1
granl to i 13 Country, and
benefit of Europe in
and gloi ious vi tor3. I
in..\ no mis ct in any 1 tie
t.u nisli it; and may humanity
4bf:< be the predomin it
in the British Fleet I 1
myself indh idu illj I 1 ommit
life to Him who made me,
and in.i> I lis blessings light up
on inv in-- for serving
ni\ Country faithfully. To Him
[ resign m ause
which is entrusted to me to de
fend, \i.''ii. Aim n, Amen."
BY this time the hostile Hi ets
were 111 it her,
red the
famous sign il, "England con-
fi,]i i hat every man w ill do his
(lnt\." \s the word
it in the vocabulary, and
hi \ i!i' il to follow tills
witn the signal f< ' 11 ise action",
1 save time
tn.i h ts' should
\ 111 plied,
"th .' will do."
The 1.!-". iously deti 1 mined
if at tack i.e the 'Nelson
I uch', which consisted in
breaking the ' 'me '"
two pla a Ihered to and
took the French and Spanish
Nelson
in ihe 'Vii torv' 1"! ihe weather
ilumn, and ( ood in
'R. ,1 al Si ivereign' the lee.
Seven or eight of l
thcrmost 1 ned the
whole ol theii artillei j
'Vii toi \', as she appr |
but she forgi '1 ahi ad ti
space of open
the Santissima Trinidad, Bu-
centaun and R ;d< mbtable. At
about half pasl one Nel
th deck with C iptain
I l.-i:i|\ I en he wasstruck I
shol from at iter in t
mizzen top >! I e R< di ml I 1
I li dropped with Ins fa< 1
mi the exact
ere his tary had I
killed rtly bel a round
onversing with
Cap: mi I lardy. 'I y
done for me al last, I lardy"
Nelson exclaimi d, "] hope
not" answi red tin Captain
11 -" &aid Nelsi>n, "m\ b
1. li." He was
lifted up and can i< d below to
the o kpit. ( n the wa\. itti
his on- hand he dre* his hand
ken In* f over his face that his
might not know v. ho it
that w as being 1 oin
below. The wound w is prol ed
;iml it was round that the ball
was lodged in the spine. Mean-
while, w ithout the- battle was
furiously raging. The men
from the 'Redoubtable' tried to
board the 'Victory' but the as
sault was in entl r< puls
ed Nelson had been lying in
the cockpit an hour and ten
minutes when Captain Hardy
who had been sent fur .1 rrived
To Nelson's enquirs "I low goes
the day' I lardy replied, "Yen
wi II. My Lord, we have got
tw< he in fourteen <>f the ene
my's shi| s iii our possi ssio
"I hope" s lid Nelson,"that none
of our ships ha . e struck ?" I:
dy replied, "No, My Lord, th r<
, no fi a of that." Mr. Beatty,
the Surgeon, was again sum
moued and urged by Nelson to
ak the truth as to Ins condi-
tion. He replied, "My Lord,
unhappil) foi oui country, no-
thing can he done for you" and
having aid tins he turned
13 to con eal Ins grief. Har
d\ returned in an hour to the
il the d\ ing hero, and to
his eii(]i lined him that
Fourteen or fifteen ships had
bei lured. Nelson replied,
"That is well, but I bargained
fin f. cnt\." Nelson w as sink
ing last. Continuing he s ',
"Kiss me Hardy." The Cap-
tain knelt and I'll is; '-'I hit lips
tn I, "Now I am
"'I hank
1 1 d I have doi e my dul
Shortly afterwards he became
ii,ii ss. I h' new s "I the
batth of Trafal 1 reai bed the
Admiraltj on the m< rnin e
the ttli of No\embi 1. !ol
lingwood's despati h was at
once pi iitte in a L01 \< >n (ia
zette Extraordinary. I
\\ ith me tonight one of Ihe on
ginal copies of the "Times'
which was pi inted on the ful
lowing da\. \"\ ember, 1G ,
It contains Cwllingwood's des
patch which I will read to yen,
as also the leading article,
which will afford some idea of
the feeling evinced at the news
of Nelson's death.
NOTICE
Ak I ESMN Wells sunk
rid pumps fitted, and
plumbing done by
\VM. McKINNEY.
Christie St.
EXTRACT FROM THE
LONDON GAZETTE
EXTRAORDINARY.
Wednesday, Nov. 6th, 1805.
Admiralty Office,
Nov. 6th.
Dispatches, of which the fol
lowing are copies, were receiv
1 (I at the Admiralty this day,
at one o'clock, a.m., from Vice-
Admiral Collingwood, Com
mander in Chief of his Maies
tvs ships and vessels off Ca-
. :
Euryalus, off Cape Trafal) 1
Oct 22nd, 1805.
Sir,
ever-to-be lamented
h of Vice-Admiral Lord
Viscount Nelson, who in thi
late conflict with the enein\
fell in the hour of victory,
leaves to me the duty of inform
mt: my Lord's Commissioners
ol the Admiralty that on the
instant it was communi
cated to the Commander in
Chief, from the ships watching
the motions of the enemy in
Cadi/, that the combined fleet
had put to sea : as they saih d
with light winds wisterly, Ins
Lordship concludi d their desti
nation was the Mediterranean,
and immediately made all sail
for the Straights entrance with
the British Squadron,consisting
of twen'\ seven ships, three of
them sixty fours, where his
Lordship was informi d b} Cap
tain Blackwood 'whose vigi
lance in watching and giving
notice of the enemy's move
ments has been highly mtrito
rious) that they had not vet
passed ihe Straights.
On Monday, the 21st instant
at daylight, when Cape Trafal
gar bore E. by S. about seven
leagues, the enemy was discov
ered six or seven miles Fast
ward, the wind about West
and very light. The Comma'
der in Chief immediately ton
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TUESDAY. November It.. 1915.
MAILS.
Foreign-. Per Mail Steamer
"Morro Castle" will be closed
on Thursday. 18th at 10.30
a.m.
Per Motor "F ranees E" on
Friday 19th at 8 a.m.
Lntbrinsular. For Har-
bour Island, Spanish Wells,
Eleutheca, Andros, Abaco,
Exuma, Long Island, Ra
Island, Grand Bahama, Bimi-
ni, and Berry Island on Fri-
day 19th inst. at 2 p.m.
A fireoccured last night, at
midnight, in an unoccupied
house on No. 2 Street, Grant
Town which was entirely
ttoyed; it was owned by Mr.
C. C. Smith of East Strei t and
we understand was insured.
A remarkable tardiness in
getting water was observed.
We have been informed that
Mr. George Robinson, Mr.
' Bnfce Bethel and Mi. Herbert
Bethel who re ently left In
have entered the army, the
former in the Royal I a Id Ar-
tillery and tin.' two lattei in
the Scots Greys.
:o:
1ST BAHAMAS CONTINGENT.
We are reliably informi d
that the ist Contingi at left
Jamaica for England.
The Mail Steamer "Mexi. 0"
arrived on Sunday morning
from \< w Y irk, transferred
the following passengers to
Tender "Colonia" and pn 1
C( ed( d to I lav ana.
1 Miss fanny C. Apple ton,
I Harriet Caipenter, Geneve
Griffith, Lucy Griffith, Label
J. Perry, Martha Loizeau,
Ana Loizeau, Amu tte C. B.
Walker, and Phyllis Wells;
Mesdames Angelina [sham,
P. Daniel Loizeau, Edwina
Pope, and Harriet O. li. Wal-
ker; Mr. and Mis William I.
Fraser, Mr and Mrs. Charles
B. Rockwell; Messrs John A.
Chandler. < ie< irge A Higgs,
Thaddeus Johnson, Lemuel
S Miller, and William Strom-
bom; Master l > miel Loizeau.
Mi Ivy I). Edwards, Mr.
Harold fountain.
Mr. Fred Sinclair.
The following were passen-
I the Motor"!1 ranci s b"
from Miami on Saturday af-
ternoon.
Mrs Fran es Saundi rs,
Mes rs. Egberl Munroe, Au-
gusl us Nealey .and 1 homas
Mai key.
Christmas Presents For Baha
miansOn War Service
I lut lommttee ofEx-Colonial
(Ji iv( rnorsin I .< nd< in who are
looking after the int"
the West Indian Con:inge
is being assisted by a Com-
mittee of lad m| io ed
prim ipally of the wives of
the C invernors and which has
sei ri formed bj Miss Mary
Moseley.
Through the agei the
se o >mmitte< s it will be p \
sibl" i very Bahamian
absent from the Colony i War service. And arrai
meats have been made by
v> hi' h Ch: I--1 mas pn -en's
will be foi w ni. I to London
and distributed lo each sol-
dier onin eti d with tins Co-
lony.
Any one who wishes to
send such a present can for-
ward il to Mrs. H.ireourt
Malcolm, The Casual inas,
I t Hill Stn el b in mid-
d y i il Wi In- si lay Nov ml
17th. Each present should be
propci ly [lacked for shipment
by Parcel's Post and must
not exceed Three pounds in
weight. It must have written
on it the name of the Baha
mian for whom it is intended
as well as t he name of t he
givei and a descripti< m of its
contents.
Mrs. Malcolm will acknow
ledge in the Press the receipt
of all pack,ice-, and will for
ward them to London.
Extracts
From Letters From
The
Bahamas Contingent
Up Park Camp
Kingstiin. la.
\"\. 2nd, iM 5.
Dear-------------
. . As you know our time is
almost taken up with work.
I shall nowendea\oui to give
you a glim| 1 1 if our life in
I mp. First weare living in
tents at a place called Swal
low Field, it is ind< ed a very
l'i'tt\ pii 1 no to behold aboul
[20 tents all snow white
pitched in rows, there are six
men to each tent. Now for
the daily routine, we
awakeni d at 5 b> he b .
which sounds the "Reveil
batlr, quite a delightful show-
er, tea and bread at 6, drill
from 6.30 till 8 1 5, breakfast,
which c insists of tea and
bread again, Machine gun
drill from q till 12, dinnei
1 2 15, Stewed beef, p. Mat' >( S,
a lull until 2, fatigue drill
(which 1 onsists of cleaning
up the lines and veeding
until 3 30, Squad drill from |
to 6, then 1 omes walking oui
in the city until 9. jo, lights
out 10.15, lms finishes the
day.....Of cou
when I gel in town after
a day's stiff d ill I spend
all I have gol on s< imething
for the 1 man. and I 1
assure you in Kingst n 1 me
realizes that the Empire is
really al tcause the
prices are War Prio S with a
vengeance. Ere this you h
no doubt seen the proim ll 1. uis
which have I.....n made in the
Coat ingent, I h a v e b e e n
among t he fortunate one- to
receive some recognition al
the hands of my instrui
and hope later on to receive
further more. I know that it
must be very gratifying to
the Bahamas lo know that
oui Contingent has been
chosen to form tin Machine
gun ;'! i< 'ii and I must say
that an isl of our boys* have
displayed quite an aptitude
in picking up the mat nanism
whn h is no easy job consider-
ing that the gun has 305
pieces, of course its a quick
I way to heaven or to Ins sata-
! nic Mij' sty's domains ha, ha!
I But I should worry, I never
span the Bi idge until I get to
it, 1 he Bahamas C< ml ingent
on the w hole h a s en at< d
quite a favourite impression.
On Sunday last 1 >i t. 31SI we
attended a farewell servic e at
the L s Church. I he little
Bahama Contingent was the
centre ol a 11 ra ct io n
brought up the rear ai ting as
; Bahamas I'lat ion I'. Com-
panj, I.ir style we t< 10k the
cake 1111 ood
form. 1 )ame Rumoui i
that we leave this week, that
is m 6th, Sat., ab >u1
but ol C< IU1 -this is not offi-
cial. . Now in losing al-
low me to wish you a con-
1 inued flow d health
and wealth.
..... Believe me t*1>e
yours truly,
IN THE MAGISTRATES COURT
\< v. ~. Chas Johnson (I)
D ink and
i nt lang on the
V'endui
days.
II. lilt-
ing I'"!, e Constabh No. 39
Allied Ri 'I and Lanci Cor
peral Charles King in
ution of their dut)
or I .| >\:r
I ,i irenzi i I iomi 2 Dii barg-
ing a lo I '. 1 w i t,
nil t'i the anno}.nice <.f
rtain inhabitants of the
Eastern Disti I Dismi ed
Ralph Smith Breach St.
Traffic Ruli or 4 days.
Lilian Bull' r, and Fli in me
Knowli s F ight ing in Bay
i I ch lined 8s or 7
days.
3. Llewellyn Sweeting
I 'sing obscene and indei enl
language in Public Stn et -
15s. or 10 days.


(II) Assaulting one Charles
Baillou20s. or 15 days.
Benjamin Armbrister As
saulting and beating I lenry
Wwiiiui Dismiss* d.
4. Janus Balfout One
Gustafll Fei gurson unlawful-
ly and maliciously did wound
a or one month.
g Minna Thompson, Mary
Thompson, and Marie Gro\ e
nor -Throwing stoni s lo the
annoyance and danger <>f
persons in Public Street in
( irantS Town Minna and
M 11 ieeach fined ti i days
Mai. or 14 days.
1,. Rosa Prioi Assaulting
and beating Celestina I >ele-
veaux i6s. 01 [4 d lys.
John Minus Detain
one stove value |s. 6d.
mi,- bedsi value 12s the
gf( iods and chattels f)f Sri i ill
Thompson -()rder mail''
WANTED
Immediately
M<*RE MEN h.r the 21 1
Bahamas Contingent to leave
Nassau 1 in I hursday j 5111
inst.
Radiograms
1. Movember, 1915.
Li mdi in, 13th: I hi' << 111-
tinued lan( ling 1 if British and
I ench troi ips is causing s
uneasim to B Igaria and
Tmi key and the ministers of
111>-' two piiwi rs today again
proti st( id i' 1 the (Jreek g
ernment winch took formal
it a ice of their prote I.
I deti rmination of the
Entente Allies in the Balkan
npaign is shown by the
large force they arc sending
tii the Balkans,and news was
II eived from Ri >rne today
that Italy also had decided t<>
intervene in this regiiin in a
ni mm r w irthy of 1 eat
ness, to uBicienl
support to the French and
Bi 11 ish to accomplish a rum
i te triumph.
This aid is to have some in-
fluence on* Greece and Rou-
mania. The latter country
howev< r is waiting for the
development of Russian plans.
Meanwhile the Austro-Ger-
rnans and Bulgarians are ad-
vancing slowly in their ef-
f< 11 t- in cut off or annihilate
the Serbian army.
1 hese efforts ay gpiwing
more difficult as the Serbians
havem iw occupied, according
to their official reports, de-
fensive i" >--itioiis to the South
and I ast of Kralievo an'"
I of Ivagnitz l, and on the
Last! in fr< lit 1 m the left bank
of the Southern Morava where
1 heavy fighting is in progi
Mexico City, 13: Ri ports
! Iras Neg 1 said
that people arriving th
from the interior of Mexi 0
brought wool 1 'I '.':> atly im-
ed conditions following
the reci ignition of thi Cat ran-
za I lovernment.
1 .ondon, 1 3: Ii is officially
announced that Winston
Spencer Churchill,Chanrello"
f the I >u< hy of Lancaster,
ha-- ned from thecabinet
tnd will join the army in
I ran e. Mi. *. hurchill in his
le'tti r of 1 esignation explain-
e 1 ili.it Ii- : in tin- for-
mation of a small war
council and appreciate the
lit ion which Pn mier As
quilh expressed to include
him among its mi mbers. Hi
foresaw the difficulties that
the premier would have to
face in its compi isition, he
s';ii' d, and he made no 1 om-
plaint because the scheme
was change 1. but with that
1 h mge his work in the gov-
ernment naturallj < losed.
Washington, 13: Still
without definite information
regarding the circumstances
under which the Italian liner
A neon i a \\ as sunk state de-
partment officials took no
further st< ps today in the
situation.
\ w York, 13: Assertions
that in the event of future
foreign wars exportation from
the lulled States would vir-
tually cease and that only
superior British and French
navies enable exportation to
continue in spite of the pre-
sent European conflict were
made at the meeting of the
Academy of Political Science
tonight as arguments for the
upbuilding of the American
merchant marine.
London, 13: Re-affirms
tion of Premier Asquiths his
toric pledge regarding the
Entente Allies terms of peace
delivered at the Lord Mayors
banquet, Novembero.th, 1914,
was made by Sir Edward Grey
today in a written answer to
a question put by Sir Arthur
Mai kham Liberal member of
parliament for Mansfield
di\ ision of Notts.
London, 13: Although
London refuses to share the
1 onsti ination which the dis
solul ion of the Gri ek chamber
has causi d in France no at
tempt is made to minimize
the seriousness 1 f the situa
tion nor to ignore the fact
that King Constantine's ac
tion has put a definite quietus
nil all ii pes of Greek CO
(ipei.ii .on iii the near future.
Rome, 13:An official
statement reads: "Raids by
detachments are reported at
the confluence of the Cameri
and the Adige where we des-
troyed the railway bridge be-
tween Mori and S< ghe in the
1 pei Calamento Vallev at
the Brento and Cismon toi
rents.
In the Upper C01 rvole
(in: offensi 1 1 ontii les nor
mally".
i'li Noveml bi. : London, 13d!,
1 i' ivernor.
Baham is
' )i:.' rial News: -France report*
thai in Artois tin- Germans sur-
prised the French first line
trench. They were subsequently
expelled leaving all their
wounded.
Elsewhere there wi re artillery
duels,
Russifl reports the retreating
enemy is hi ing pursued near
Riga. The Russians are advanc
n West from Kernmerus.
Italy reports thai fighting con
1 tinues neai Goriria and on Cai so
the Italians making some "pro-
gress, Thirty were killed and
forty eight injured by airraids
over Verona.
The Serbians continues nn
orderly retreat before superior
enemy forces.
(Signed)
BONAR LAW
Berlin, 15:The war office
announces the capture of 8500
Serbians. Of these Bulgaria ti < V
7.11, .0. The Serbians are being
pursued all along the line.
General Von Lensingen drove,
the Russians fri >m the West bank
of the Styr River in Galicia.
The Germans stormed a French
trench three hundred yards long
North east of Fourie.
Paris:Infantry fire is con-
tinuous at Labyrynth, Artois
district. The German losses
yesterday were very large.
London: Winston Spencer
Churchill speaking in the house
df commons declared that the
project of British forces for the
relief of Antwerp originated
with Earl Kitchener and the
1 h Ljuvernment. Several
thousand British were furred
across the border and interned
in Holland.
Churchill asserted that the
Dardanelles operations should
e continued with sustained
furv.
Referring to the loss of the
British squadron off Chili lasl
yeai he stated that the admiral
ty's disposition of warships was
1 best under the circumstanc-
es.
DEPARTMENTAL NOTICE
CIVIL ENGINEER'S OFFICE.
Weeding- renders aer
invited for the ch aring' wee-
ding, and removal of bushes,
weeds and grass from the
Burial Ground known as In-
fant's View situate South of
Fort Charlotte.
1. nders to be sent to Civil
Engineer's Office on Friday
19th November 10.15 at noon
By order of Public Hoard of,
Work-.
W. Mild IK,
Civil Engineer.
Civil Engineer's Offi< e,
Nassau, 12th Nov., 1915.
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the signal for the fleet to bear
tip in two columns as they an
formed in order of sailing : a
mode of attack Ins Lordship
had previously directed toavoid
the inconveniences and delay
in forming a line of battle in
the usual manner. The enemy's
line consisted of thirty thn e
ships (of win, h eighteen w
French and fifteen Spani
commanded in chief by Admi
ral Villeneuve: the Spaniards
under the direction of Gravina
were with their heads North
ward, and fon led their line of
battle with great i los< ness and
directness ; but as the mode of
attack was unusual, so the
structure of their line was new ;
it formed a cr< nt, c i xing
to leeward, so that in leai
down to the centi
their van and rear abafl I
beam ; before the fin opei '
every alternate ship wa
a cable's length to windward ol
her Second ahead and astern,
forming a kind of double line,
and appeared whei then
beam to leave a very littl
terval between th< m ; and this
without crowding their sli
Admiral Villeneuve was in the
Hucentaure in the
the Prince of Asturia
vina's fla^ in the :< ar ; but the
French and Spanish Sti
mixed without an) apparent
regard to ory 01 li ional
squadron.
As the mode of our attack
had been previously deteri
on and COmm I to the
Hag Officers and Capl few
ignall wen- iry, anil
none were made to di
rect close ordei as th< lines
bore down.
1 he Commander in Cli ief, in
the Victory, led I tther
column, and t! Roj al Sove
reign, which bow my flag, the
lee.
The action began at twelve
o'clock by the leading ships ol
the column breaking through
the enemy's line, the Comman
der in Chief about tin- ?enth
ship from the van, the Second
in Command about the twelfth
from the rear, leaving the van
of the enemy unoccupied : the
succeeding ships breaking
through in all parts, astern of
their leaders, and engaging the
enemy at the muzzles of their
guns. The conflict was severe:
the enemy's ships were fought
with a gallantry highly hon-
ourable to their Officers ; but
the attack on them was irresist
ible.andit pleased theAlmigh
ty Disposer of all events to
'.'i.mi I lis \|,i jest) 'sarms acorn
plete and glorious victory,
\ at three p.m., inniiv of the
enemy's ships having struck
their colours, their line gave
wa) ; Admiral Gravina with
ten ships joining their frigates
to leeward stood towards Ca
di/. The five headmost ships
in their van tacl ed, and stand
111j4 to the Southward, to wind-
ward of the Bi itish line,
i ngage I, ami the stei nmost of
them taken ; the others u enl
off, leaving t>> his Majesty's
idron nineteen ship of the
line, 'of w hich three are fust
rates tie- Santissima, Trim
dad, and tin Santa Anna
thi' e F'. vis Admi
Villeni uve, the Commander
in Chief ; I >on Ignatis M
1 >' \liva. Vice Admiral an '
; ish R( ar Admiral, I >on
Bat ol lidalgo Cisueros.
C( >LLINGW< 0D.
- / be conti
T3he
Imperial
Orchestra
1 UtVt ::-. I .. | IB, | I,
Flute, Trap litum a*
BEGS to inform theii fi lends
and the general public
that they are i quip|ied \\ ith
all latest music for mod.an
dances, garden parties, and
rtainments, and is also
prepared to accept engage-
ments at shOl I in ttice. I ( Mils
mable. Foi furthi r par-
ticulars, see Messis I In>s. \\.
1 .utm, Marlborough St.. Saml.
i Mi Phersi n. "i Waltei 1 .
Wi ir, Baillou Hill Road.
Big Reduction
In Prices Of
Fresh Meat
T| I F undi rsigncd will ell
at l'ii- k No. I in the t tyl
Meal Markel from tin- i |th
uist. fresh iih il al j^a- follow-
ing pri i \ i/:
Beef Steak al I I. pei 11).
Roasl B( al tod. .. lb.
Stew m- at od. lb.
Mutton 3d. 11).
Pork 1. lb.
Rope
Rop
e
Rope
2nd Bahamas
Contingent .
II i tin
genl will be leaving Ma
i .it the lattei part of
\'o\
The Recruit
appeals to I jeni ral public
fur warm vests Foi th
these ma y be sent I the < !om
i lant's Office
It is i ted that thi
will arrive in England di i
winter and this appeal will
afford their frien Is an 11| por
tunilj i l six v. ui" I
iation of the 1 nner in
which t! For-
ward to s, ; ; ;,
Country.
K'.'II. C. CRAWFORD,
C aii man,
R' ruiting Ci imm
Notice.
Tl 11> is I' aioiis
tlie Publ ic in i' n
thai 1 havi op ned my Public
Black Smith Shop; and am no
read> to da anything in i e line ol
(I'll' il ir in new u rk Horw
Sh......ie "loecially. All woiI; done
Mei hanii illy.
P. A. iilTi.uk
Manilla Rope
Hemp Rope
Sisal Rope
Baling Rope
Jute Rope.
A FULL line i f ovei 31 i 1
Coils kepi in strx k and
delivered fn >m iui Warehi >use
in Nassau al New Y01 k pi
1 reight and I mty.
Buy here and sa\ e Ni w
York Commission, Interest
id t 1 tr< iuble ol orderii
Chas, E. Albury,
\e< nt.
GASOLINE
In 1 hums Eleven pi
per I iall< >n.
lint ialli ai Cms I I 11 Shil
ling pei Gallon
C. C. SAUNDERS
East Bay Street
Nassau \. P.
Api il, i 1915.
Lost
N. B. I In ; to draw the
attenl ion ol the public to the
fact, that in my above ad-
emenl off< 1 ing Iresh
mi at 1 if vai ious kinds al
din id prio thai my 1 mly
pi ici s are those as quoted
alu ive, w hi' li 1 am prepan d
al all ti';. my
customers, and all otl 1
who maj favo 11 me with
their pat nd fn m
and al ter 1 he middle "I Dec-
embei "I this y< 11 1 will ha\ e
quit Ameri
fnizen meat nd pilultrv
Remember my prio I intend
tn hold to as 1 ime '.'ill prove.
T, A R< iKER.
FOR SALE
A GRAPHAPHOJ^ with
English and French Rec.
F< ulars,
Apply,
I'. A. I RE( <).
Quarry Stone
For Sale.
Ar rHUR 11 n
: East Street.
FOR SALE
A NEW SMACK 13 ft.
Keel ; ft. wide.
I' 111 Pa11 ii ulars applv to
SATURDAY Night, from
the abutment oppositi the
store of \. 1' rench, Esq., ( me
open boat. 1 j It., painted
white with ropi fender
around her.
UN turn to
CHA^ E. ALBURY
.1 I, KNOWLES
Ship-) 1 'I
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