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^ Paris: -li i> rep n led I hat the French ha\ • • captured thetown of Kali I urine fi mi llif balgarians. I he Uritish defeated the Mulg in.iii, on the Vilan'dovo Kalirow \ , front. Isol.'Uion o!' [he Serbians is becoming worse and the fall of Tiilcpi i-, imminent. I he Serbians are retreating toward Ochrida. They have abandoned 3abuna pass and neaped th • enveloping movement of the Bulgarians. London: -Winston Churchill isle iVing foi the fr ml He has the rank of major. Rome: rheltnliansle.imer Milano w is stopped on the high seas by a s ihmnrine. There were 70 Germans aboard the Milano, cxpelle I from Egypt, and theship was allowed to DP icee I unmi ilested. Paris:—There Ins been Violent bombarding in tinforest of Giveiuhy and in Artois district. London. It is rrpoi led that a German naval lieutenant escaped from the < ruisei Prin/. Eitel Eredich at New § irt News, li I, been captury the British from n D.uii-h Iteanier in the N01 th >c 1. It is reported thai Italy has suspended sieaniei service with America account of submarine dangers in the Mediterranean. 3*0 BAHAMAS BOY SCOUTS A First (..'lass Entertainment Tuesday, 2.3rd November 8 p.m. St. Matthew's Schoolroom Ckurck Street, Hast Res'd seats— 2s. (white tickets) Other seals is. (hlue tickets) —6d. (pink tick) I T Big Reduction In Prices Of Fresh Meat III'* undersigned will sell at Block No. 6 in the City Meat Market from the 14th i 11st. fresh meat at the following prices viz: — Beef Steak at iod. per lb. R 1st Beef at iod. ,. lb. Stewing at o,d. ,, lb. Mutton 8Jd. „ lb. Pork yd. ,, lb. T ENDERS will be received by Mr. K. (i Malcolm up to 301I1 inst. for 1 he purchase of the dwelling House No. 15. Marlborough Sini t Western District. The right of rejecting all or any of the lenders is held. GASOLINE In Drums Eleven pine, per Gallon. Ten Gallon Cans One Shi! ling pei Gallon C. C. SAUNDERS East Bay Street Nassau \\ P. April, 13th 1915. WANTED Immediately MORE MEN lor the 2nd Bahamas Contingent to 25th \a%  •. n on Thursday leave inst. NOTICE T HE ent'ae sti 11 Is ill trade of the late II I Williams is being dis| IOSI d ol al greatly red ed prices as it has been di cided to cli ise down the business in the eai ly part of January. In the meantime the undi r ned is prepared to receivi offers fi >r the purchase if the whole >; any pai t there* >f Come a id gel voui Christmas sho. s CHEAP. An opportunity no one should miss. No 1 on ble offer refused. I PHILIP A IRKCO 11 lifter for the Creditors N. B. 1 beg to draw the attention of the public to the fact, that in my above ad\. 1 tisemenl oil. 1 ing fresh mi at of various kinds at re d 1 ed pi ices, that my only prices are t h< >se as quoted above, w hich I am prepared at all times to si 1 ve my customers, and all others who may favour me with 1 heir patronage and from and aftei the middle 1 if I >ecembei of this \ car 1 will have quite a variety of Amei ican frozen mi at and poultry— Remembei my pi 11 es I intend to hold to as time will prove T. A. ROKER. FOR SALE 2nd Bahamas Contingent I T is probable that the Contin< tfent will he leaving Nassau for Jamaica at the latter part of November. The Recruiting Commit tie appeals to the general public for warm vesta for the men; these may lie sent to the Com maiulant's Office at llio Barracks. It is expected that the men will ariivc in England during winter and this appeal will afford their friends an oppor tunity "f showing their nppri c iation nf die loyal manner in which the men have come forward t" serve their Kine, and CountT). R. II. C. CRAWFORD, Chairman, Recruiting Committee. Quarry Stone For Sale. See ARTHUR M. Sin roN 10 East Strict. FOR SALE A NEW SMACK n ft. A GRAPHAPHONE with \ M English and French Kecurd. !'i 11 pi: lit ulai 5, Apply, %  in I'aiin ulars fipplv to .1 J, KNOWLES Ship yard '. \. I RECO. Look! Foreigne*: I haven't tasl d a well cooked meal since I've been in Nassau. IJ/aessur/an: —Have you evei tried Isajic Roberts on East liny St. ? Foreigner: No. Nassauvian: -Try him once and you will try him always. All are weleomt: -Come now if you want to taste the O ioking of the best coo|< Nassau evei produced. X5he Imperial Orchestra (2 I t'l If* I '•! I Violin, Vi i, I • .' 1 1.111 ml 1 ION B EGS to inform their fi iends and the general public that the) are 1 quipped with all latest music lor modern dances, garden parties, and entertainments, and is also prepared to accept engagements at short notice. 11 rms reasonable, for I'm thei p irlicularS, see Missis I hos. W. 1.11 nn, Mai I borough St., Sam I. C. Mi Pliers' n, or Wallei I. Weir, Baillou Hill Road. Lost S VTURDAV Night, from the abutment oppi isite 1 he sti ire of N. Erem h, Esq ()ne open b'>at. 12 ft., painted while with rope lender an mud her. Return to CHAS. E. \LBURY NOTICE A R I ES1AN Wi 11s sunk and pumps fitted, and plumbing done by W.M. McKINNEY. Christie St For Results Advertise in he Tribune. Williams' Shoes Are Better



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^ Paris: -li i> rep n led I hat the French ha\ • • captured thetown of Kali I urine fi mi llif balgarians. I he Uritish defeated the Mulg in.iii, on the Vilan'dovo Kalirow \ , front. Isol.'Uion o!' [he Serbians is becoming worse and the fall of Tiilcpi i-, imminent. I he Serbians are retreating toward Ochrida. They have abandoned 3abuna pass and neaped th • enveloping movement of the Bulgarians. London: -Winston Churchill isle iVing foi the fr ml He has the rank of major. Rome: rheltnliansle.imer Milano w is stopped on the high seas by a s ihmnrine. There were 70 Germans aboard the Milano, cxpelle I from Egypt, and theship was allowed to DP icee I unmi ilested. Paris:—There Ins been Violent bombarding in tinforest of Giveiuhy and in Artois district. London. It is rrpoi led that a German naval lieutenant escaped from the < ruisei Prin/. Eitel Eredich at New § irt News, li I, been captury the British from n D.uii-h Iteanier in the N01 th >c 1. It is reported thai Italy has suspended sieaniei service with America account of submarine dangers in the Mediterranean. 3*0 BAHAMAS BOY SCOUTS A First (..'lass Entertainment Tuesday, 2.3rd November 8 p.m. St. Matthew's Schoolroom Ckurck Street, Hast Res'd seats— 2s. (white tickets) Other seals is. (hlue tickets) —6d. (pink tick) I T Big Reduction In Prices Of Fresh Meat III'* undersigned will sell at Block No. 6 in the City Meat Market from the 14th i 11st. fresh meat at the following prices viz: — Beef Steak at iod. per lb. R 1st Beef at iod. ,. lb. Stewing at o,d. ,, lb. Mutton 8Jd. „ lb. Pork yd. ,, lb. T ENDERS will be received by Mr. K. (i Malcolm up to 301I1 inst. for 1 he purchase of the dwelling House No. 15. Marlborough Sini t Western District. The right of rejecting all or any of the lenders is held. GASOLINE In Drums Eleven pine, per Gallon. Ten Gallon Cans One Shi! ling pei Gallon C. C. SAUNDERS East Bay Street Nassau \\ P. April, 13th 1915. WANTED Immediately MORE MEN lor the 2nd Bahamas Contingent to 25th \a%  •. n on Thursday leave inst. NOTICE T HE ent'ae sti 11 Is ill trade of the late II I Williams is being dis| IOSI d ol al greatly red ed prices as it has been di cided to cli ise down the business in the eai ly part of January. In the meantime the undi r ned is prepared to receivi offers fi >r the purchase if the whole >; any pai t there* >f Come a id gel voui Christmas sho. s CHEAP. An opportunity no one should miss. No 1 on ble offer refused. I PHILIP A IRKCO 11 lifter for the Creditors N. B. 1 beg to draw the attention of the public to the fact, that in my above ad\. 1 tisemenl oil. 1 ing fresh mi at of various kinds at re d 1 ed pi ices, that my only prices are t h< >se as quoted above, w hich I am prepared at all times to si 1 ve my customers, and all others who may favour me with 1 heir patronage and from and aftei the middle 1 if I >ecembei of this \ car 1 will have quite a variety of Amei ican frozen mi at and poultry— Remembei my pi 11 es I intend to hold to as time will prove T. A. ROKER. FOR SALE 2nd Bahamas Contingent I T is probable that the Contin< tfent will he leaving Nassau for Jamaica at the latter part of November. The Recruiting Commit tie appeals to the general public for warm vesta for the men; these may lie sent to the Com maiulant's Office at llio Barracks. It is expected that the men will ariivc in England during winter and this appeal will afford their friends an oppor tunity "f showing their nppri c iation nf die loyal manner in which the men have come forward t" serve their Kine, and CountT). R. II. C. CRAWFORD, Chairman, Recruiting Committee. Quarry Stone For Sale. See ARTHUR M. Sin roN 10 East Strict. FOR SALE A NEW SMACK n ft. A GRAPHAPHONE with \ M English and French Kecurd. !'i 11 pi: lit ulai 5, Apply, %  in I'aiin ulars fipplv to .1 J, KNOWLES Ship yard '. \. I RECO. Look! Foreigne*: I haven't tasl d a well cooked meal since I've been in Nassau. IJ/aessur/an: —Have you evei tried Isajic Roberts on East liny St. ? Foreigner: No. Nassauvian: -Try him once and you will try him always. All are weleomt: -Come now if you want to taste the O ioking of the best coo|< Nassau evei produced. X5he Imperial Orchestra (2 I t'l If* I '•! I Violin, Vi i, I • .' 1 1.111 ml 1 ION B EGS to inform their fi iends and the general public that the) are 1 quipped with all latest music lor modern dances, garden parties, and entertainments, and is also prepared to accept engagements at short notice. 11 rms reasonable, for I'm thei p irlicularS, see Missis I hos. W. 1.11 nn, Mai I borough St., Sam I. C. Mi Pliers' n, or Wallei I. Weir, Baillou Hill Road. Lost S VTURDAV Night, from the abutment oppi isite 1 he sti ire of N. Erem h, Esq ()ne open b'>at. 12 ft., painted while with rope lender an mud her. Return to CHAS. E. \LBURY NOTICE A R I ES1AN Wi 11s sunk and pumps fitted, and plumbing done by W.M. McKINNEY. Christie St For Results Advertise in he Tribune. Williams' Shoes Are Better



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7=5 Nullivis cdclu Kis |virnre in vei kn me.wil Hnr\|! bound tosuenr lo the n ,-n.\. o f no Master. VOL. \l| N.NItu, N. P.. !';n>tiiktnti. FRIDAY November. 19. 1913. "•HO\514 By Fall In Attention Right Dress Right 1 urn Your Left Quick March To the Barracks and ENLIST i 2nd C|> i %  i\ J | ili I %  i Wi • IN THE MAG13. HATES C3URT. %  11 ny i I > 1 li value K1> and I II i I %  ()ne in mi ML.' £ddie Tliomps n Information is wanted of [ 2s. %  r io days t he nex t of kin of A1 fred I.. and 11oratio fI iggs i i I lied for "Foi I, and om gown 1 I i of a C cliati drain in Delancy I I tude" until Monday 22 inst. 1 l£\ 1 Ivii Milt in Lar< e ny of a iwn value I nd chatti Is of Vi Vnn I1.1 Clai ke ) mi ml lis. Ina Abraham Assaultand beating Arthur Bai 1 is. Adlyn Abraham Assault• I b( ating Rho^a UaiD 'I. Do II Maliciously 1 (roving on< I %  5s. Uadiograms I'll v n 1RM W \RNING SVi Sou 11 easl 51 1 issued foi and Souil \l ttel \ rf II; I I I i V disturhnnee, < 1 :. [ulia Asli \ iltii ; ll( Gulf C and I \ I Ihompson UKIIIKN 10 1111 is i n JJ Nor 1 isl. Strong S 11 nh Gib: m As w f inds are l: ,' ,, ..' thi ? sauli, 1 I • Inh.ngtoN • , lloiig tlio uu\\ Li-.ist 1' >nI£*lit. 11U-011 -h: • I, mill in ' i £ \ 11 %  v. i \ilies • SerI 1 %  1 %  ;. \ 1 !• %  Roberts —As f and 1 I %  %  : 11 I' Whit I lound in hei vn ; j |)|K*ai j 1 1 1 ^; 1 r .. %  Hound in her own %  ; ' 1 I an elfi.rl is mil" G vernmi nt lo ill hs if calli • its iiilfnl 11s I 1l1.1t ih" 1 11 BJfeKnfeMl NjIiUt; ,. ||s|l ., 11(| „.,„.., has \ impiessi n 1 n King Ann 1 I nyl >i Rub i" I \ iiiijfi can i'ii 'ii i\ 1 nf '' %  tin bin wit h %  ill I 1 a 11 ii %  I I I I I • S I \ot In 1 1 a lire h of (he pen e I lism is %  I 1 Rintard—1 shouting and usiug language in sighl and njp'ol persons III .\l in j 'Mil i I— 1 2 11 10 da\ • in" : :' of • • I ee 1 f sa ft %  1 y 1 >I rei mill nl M | .lull 1 Adi A • 1! T lers f"i I'ulilic pi 11'. io; in• 1 ps should I>c-11* d by cireu 5 lo re' ire into < in r <•' i> ill satisfy I ndon mid R.ois llic I '.-.Iiich capitals are I Bni e K. 1 1, Clerk, s ti„| ; u „ ,.,., ;! , ] \. s [ lUSS ia i trie I )e| has I ecu nd ll Iv. in iveeks lea vi sence. \\,.,,,,_ ,,,,' Dii'lain has 'ilitlim ized Cl < M. Mira II .|,l,r of tl e Itrili I 1 in Mexico City loexl nitin lo Cai raifz.r appoint) il Acting Cle* k, and Ehctri i I nit lit. governm* tit upon hi : > to Mexi m tl e !.'• t \ 1 will %  roarl ed to revi • ing law itralrt). '• lay discuss* n Ii ol < d i ffi cult li not in I ndle pres nt systei il' N'oveml er, 1 1 I 1 Go\ Bahamas. IMe\>: %  -The T i Min ler, Grey, Balfoi re attei ri Pari -. riding i Dardai rti ful all n irkish ff< • 1 in the iyl %  N hundred • Ki inthia Ni llah' 11 and t he ] >t& i I %  1 I In Serl fi I ,,il al BONAR I.AW. Ilal '1 an AMS' 1 ian submai 1 on the cil : I injured N da nil no. Pai is: Senai mil tee passed a in ging the inn• asplu iating 1 lerdan gian sleim er I • i sunk. Nun' 1 fc;M ** • nvedi I" Wear Arinbrister's Shoes


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Publication Date: Friday, November 19, 1915
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7=5
Nullivis cdclu Kis |virnre in vei kn me.wil
Hnr\|! bound tosuenr lo the n ,-n.\. o f no Master.
'
VOL. \l|
N.n- Itu, N. P.. !';n>tiiktnti. FRIDAY November. 19. 1913.
"HO\514
By
Fall In
Attention
Right Dress
Right 1 urn
Your Left
Quick March
To the Barracks
and ENLIST
i 2nd
C|> i . i\ j | ili
I

i
Wi
IN THE MAG13. HATES C3URT.
11 !
ny i I > 1 li value
k1> and
I II i I ()ne
in mi .
ml.' ddie Tliomps n Information is wanted of
[ 2s. r io days t he nex t of kin of A1 fred I..
and 11oratio fI iggs
i i
I lied for "Foi
I, and om gown 1 I i of a C
cliati drain in Delancy I I
tude" until Monday 22 inst.
1 l\ 1 Ivii Milt in Lar< e
ny of a iwn value I
nd chatti Is of Vi
Vnn I1.1 Clai ke ) mi ml lis.
Ina Abraham Assault-
and beating Arthur Bai
1 is.
Adlyn Abraham Assault-
I b( ating Rho^a Uai-
D 'I.
Do II Maliciously 1
(roving on< I 5s.
Uadiograms
. I'll v
n 1RM W \RNING SVi
Sou 11 easl 51 1
issued foi
and Souil \l
ttel \ rf II; I I
I i V disturhnnee, <
1 :. [ulia Asli \ iltii '; ll(' Gulf C
and I \ I Ihompson ukIiikn
10 1111 is i n jj Nor 1 isl. Strong S 11
' nh Gib: m As wfinds are l:,',,"'"!..' thi?
sauli, 1 I Inh.ngtoN
, lloiig tlio uu\\ Li-.ist 1' >nI*lit.
* 11U-011 -h: I, mill in
' i \ 11 v. '
i \ilies
"
SerI 1 '
1 ;. \ 1 ! Roberts As
f and 1 I ' : 11 I'
Whit I lound in hei vn
; j |)|K*ai
j 1 1 1 ^; 1 r ....... ..... .. .
Hound in her own ' ; '
, 1 I an elfi.rl is
mil" G vernmi nt lo
illhs if calli
its iiilfnl 11s
I 1l1.1t ih" 1 11
BJfeKnfeMl NjIiUt- ;. ,. ||s|l- .,11(| .,.., has
\

impiessi n 1 n King
Ann 1 I nyl >i
Rub i" I \
' iiiijfi can i'ii 'ii i\ 1 nf
' '' tin bin wit h

ill I 1
a 11 ii

I
I I I
I S I
\ot In
1 1 a lire h of (he pen e
I lism is I
, 1 Rintard1
shouting and usiug language
in sighl and njp'ol per-
sons III .\l in j 'Mil i I
1 2 11 10 da\
in" : :' of
I ee 1 f sa ft 1 y 1 >I
rei mill nl M |
.lull 1 Adi a
1!
T lers f"i I'ulilic pi
11'.
io;
! in-
1 ps should '
I>c-11* d by cireu 5 lo
re' ire into < in r <' i> ill satisfy
I ndon mid R.ois llic i
'.-.Iiich capitals are I
, Bni e K. 1 1, Clerk, sti| ;u ,.,., ;!,,] \.s [lUSSia
i trie I )e| has I ecu nd ll Iv.
in iveeks lea vi
sence. \\- ,.,,,,_ ,,,,'
Dii'lain has 'ilitlim ized Cl
< M. Mira II .|,l,r of tl e Itrili I 1
in Mexico City loexl
nitin lo Cai raifz.r
appoint) il Acting Cle* k,
and Ehctri i I nit lit.
governm* tit upon hi :> to
Mexi m tl e !.' t \
1 will
, roarl ed to revi "
ing law itralrt). '
lay discuss* n
Ii ol < d i ffi
cult li not in I ndle
pres nt systei .
il' N'oveml er, 1 1
I 1
Go\
Bahamas.
IMe\- >: -TheTi
Min ler, Grey, Balfoi
re attei
ri Pari -.
riding i
Dardai rti
ful all n irkish ff<
1 in the iyl N
hundred
Ki inthia Ni llah'
11 and t he ] >t& i I
1
I In Serl
fi.....
I ,,il al
BONAR I.AW.
Ilal '1
an Ams' 1 ian submai 1
on the cil :
I
injured N
da nil no.
Pai is: Senai
mil tee passed a
in ging the inn
asplu iating 1
lerdan
gian sleim er I
i sunk. Nun' 1 fc;M**
nvedi .....I"

Wear
Arinbrister's
Shoes


^
Paris: -li i> rep n led I hat
the French ha\ captured the-
town of Kali I urine fi mi llif
balgarians. I he Uritish de-
feated the Mulg in.iii, on the
Vilan'dovo Kalirow \,, front.
Isol.'Uion o!' [he Serbians
is becoming worse and the
fall of Tiilcpi i-, imminent.
I he Serbians are retreating
toward Ochrida. They have
abandoned 3abuna pass and
neaped th enveloping move-
ment of the Bulgarians.
London: -Winston Church-
ill isle iVing foi the fr ml He
has the rank of major.
Rome: rheltnliansle.imer
Milano w is stopped on the
high seas by a s ihmnrine.
There were 70 Germans
aboard the Milano, cxpelle I
from Egypt, and theship was
allowed to dp icee I unmi ilest-
ed.
Paris:There Ins been
Violent bombarding in tin-
forest of Giveiuhy and in
Artois district.
London. It is rrpoi led
that a German naval lieuten-
ant escaped from the < ruisei
Prin/. Eitel Eredich at New
irt News, li I, been captur-
y the British from n D.uii-h
Iteanier in the N01 th >c 1.
It is reported thai Italy has
suspended sieaniei service
with America account of sub-
marine dangers in the Medi-
terranean.
3*0 Bahamas Boy Scouts
A First (..'lass
Entertainment
Tuesday, 2.3rd November
8 p.m.
St. Matthew's Schoolroom
Ckurck Street, Hast
Res'd seats 2s. (white tickets)
Other seals is. (hlue tickets)
" 6d. (pink tick) I
T
Big Reduction
In Prices Of
Fresh Meat
III'* undersigned will sell
at Block No. 6 in the City
Meat Market from the 14th
i 11st. fresh meat at the follow-
ing prices viz:
Beef Steak at iod. per lb.
R 1st Beef at iod. ,. lb.
Stewing at o,d. ,, lb.
Mutton 8Jd. lb.
Pork yd. ,, lb.
TENDERS will be re-
ceived by Mr. K. (i
Malcolm up to 301I1
inst. for 1 he purchase of the
dwelling House No. 15. Marl-
borough Sini t Western Dis-
trict.
The right of rejecting all
or any of the lenders is held.
GASOLINE
In Drums Eleven pine,
per Gallon.
Ten Gallon Cans One Shi!
ling pei Gallon
C. C. SAUNDERS
East Bay Street
Nassau \\ P.
April, 13th 1915.
WANTED
Immediately
MORE MEN lor the 2nd
Bahamas Contingent to 25th
\a-. n on Thursday leave
inst.
NOTICE
THE ent'ae sti 11 Is ill trade
of the late II I Williams
is being dis| iosi d ol al great-
ly red ed prices as it has
been di cided to cli ise down
the business in the eai ly part
of January.
In the meantime the undi r
ned is prepared to receivi
offers fi >r the purchase if the
whole >; any pai t there* >f
Come a id gel voui Christ-
mas sho. s CHEAP.
An opportunity no one
should miss.
No 1 on ble offer refused. I
PHILIP A IRKCO
11 lifter for the Creditors
N. B. 1 beg to draw the
attention of the public to the
fact, that in my above ad-
\. 1 tisemenl oil. 1 ing fresh
mi at of various kinds at re
d 1 ed pi ices, that my only
prices are t h< >se as quoted
above, w hich I am prepared
at all times to si 1 ve my
customers, and all others
who may favour me with
1 heir patronage and from
and aftei the middle 1 if I >ec-
embei of this \ car 1 will have
quite a variety of Amei ican
frozen mi at and poultry
Remembei my pi 11 es I intend
to hold to as time will prove
T. A. ROKER.
FOR SALE
2nd Bahamas
Contingent
IT is probable that the Contin<
tfent will he leaving Nassau
for Jamaica at the latter part of
November.
The Recruiting Commit tie
appeals to the general public
for warm vesta for the men;
these may lie sent to the Com
maiulant's Office at llio Bar-
racks.
It is expected that the men
will ariivc in England during
winter and this appeal will
afford their friends an oppor
tunity "f showing their nppri c
iation nf die loyal manner in
which the men have come for-
ward t" serve their Kine, and
CountT).
R. II. C. CRAWFORD,
Chairman,
Recruiting Committee.
Quarry Stone
For Sale.
See
Arthur M. Sin roN
10 East Strict.
FOR SALE
A NEW SMACK n ft.
A GRAPHAPHONE with \M
English and French Kecurd.
!'i 11 pi: lit ulai 5,
Apply,
in I'aiin ulars fipplv to
.1 J, KNOWLES
Ship yard
'. \. I RECO.
Look!
Foreigne*: I haven't tasl d
a well cooked meal since
I've been in Nassau.
IJ/aessur/an: Have you evei
tried Isajic Roberts on
East liny St. ?
Foreigner: No.
Nassauvian: -Try him once
and you will try him
always.
All are weleomt: -Come now
if you want to taste the
O ioking of the best coo|<
Nassau evei produced.
X5he
Imperial
Orchestra
(2 I t'l If* I '! I Violin, Vi i,
I .' 1 1.111 ml 1 ION
BEGS to inform their fi iends
and the general public
that the) are 1 quipped with
all latest music lor modern
dances, garden parties, and
entertainments, and is also
prepared to accept engage-
ments at short notice. 11 rms
reasonable, for I'm thei p ir-
licularS, see Missis I hos. W.
1.11 nn, Mai I borough St., Sam I.
C. Mi Pliers' n, or Wallei I.
Weir, Baillou Hill Road.
Lost
SVTURDAV Night, from
the abutment oppi isite 1 he
sti ire of N. Erem h, Esq ()ne
open b'>at. 12 ft., painted
while with rope lender
' an mud her.
Return to
CHAS. E. \LBURY
NOTICE
AR I ES1AN Wi 11s sunk
and pumps fitted, and
plumbing done by
W.M. McKINNEY.
Christie St
For Results
Advertise in
! he Tribune.
Williams' Shoes Are Better


^
Paris: -li i> rep n led I hat
the French ha\ captured the-
town of Kali I urine fi mi llif
balgarians. I he Uritish de-
feated the Mulg in.iii, on the
Vilan'dovo Kalirow \,, front.
Isol.'Uion o!' [he Serbians
is becoming worse and the
fall of Tiilcpi i-, imminent.
I he Serbians are retreating
toward Ochrida. They have
abandoned 3abuna pass and
neaped th enveloping move-
ment of the Bulgarians.
London: -Winston Church-
ill isle iVing foi the fr ml He
has the rank of major.
Rome: rheltnliansle.imer
Milano w is stopped on the
high seas by a s ihmnrine.
There were 70 Germans
aboard the Milano, cxpelle I
from Egypt, and theship was
allowed to dp icee I unmi ilest-
ed.
Paris:There Ins been
Violent bombarding in tin-
forest of Giveiuhy and in
Artois district.
London. It is rrpoi led
that a German naval lieuten-
ant escaped from the < ruisei
Prin/. Eitel Eredich at New
irt News, li I, been captur-
y the British from n D.uii-h
Iteanier in the N01 th >c 1.
It is reported thai Italy has
suspended sieaniei service
with America account of sub-
marine dangers in the Medi-
terranean.
3*0 Bahamas Boy Scouts
A First (..'lass
Entertainment
Tuesday, 2.3rd November
8 p.m.
St. Matthew's Schoolroom
Ckurck Street, Hast
Res'd seats 2s. (white tickets)
Other seals is. (hlue tickets)
" 6d. (pink tick) I
T
Big Reduction
In Prices Of
Fresh Meat
III'* undersigned will sell
at Block No. 6 in the City
Meat Market from the 14th
i 11st. fresh meat at the follow-
ing prices viz:
Beef Steak at iod. per lb.
R 1st Beef at iod. ,. lb.
Stewing at o,d. ,, lb.
Mutton 8Jd. lb.
Pork yd. ,, lb.
TENDERS will be re-
ceived by Mr. K. (i
Malcolm up to 301I1
inst. for 1 he purchase of the
dwelling House No. 15. Marl-
borough Sini t Western Dis-
trict.
The right of rejecting all
or any of the lenders is held.
GASOLINE
In Drums Eleven pine,
per Gallon.
Ten Gallon Cans One Shi!
ling pei Gallon
C. C. SAUNDERS
East Bay Street
Nassau \\ P.
April, 13th 1915.
WANTED
Immediately
MORE MEN lor the 2nd
Bahamas Contingent to 25th
\a-. n on Thursday leave
inst.
NOTICE
THE ent'ae sti 11 Is ill trade
of the late II I Williams
is being dis| iosi d ol al great-
ly red ed prices as it has
been di cided to cli ise down
the business in the eai ly part
of January.
In the meantime the undi r
ned is prepared to receivi
offers fi >r the purchase if the
whole >; any pai t there* >f
Come a id gel voui Christ-
mas sho. s CHEAP.
An opportunity no one
should miss.
No 1 on ble offer refused. I
PHILIP A IRKCO
11 lifter for the Creditors
N. B. 1 beg to draw the
attention of the public to the
fact, that in my above ad-
\. 1 tisemenl oil. 1 ing fresh
mi at of various kinds at re
d 1 ed pi ices, that my only
prices are t h< >se as quoted
above, w hich I am prepared
at all times to si 1 ve my
customers, and all others
who may favour me with
1 heir patronage and from
and aftei the middle 1 if I >ec-
embei of this \ car 1 will have
quite a variety of Amei ican
frozen mi at and poultry
Remembei my pi 11 es I intend
to hold to as time will prove
T. A. ROKER.
FOR SALE
2nd Bahamas
Contingent
IT is probable that the Contin<
tfent will he leaving Nassau
for Jamaica at the latter part of
November.
The Recruiting Commit tie
appeals to the general public
for warm vesta for the men;
these may lie sent to the Com
maiulant's Office at llio Bar-
racks.
It is expected that the men
will ariivc in England during
winter and this appeal will
afford their friends an oppor
tunity "f showing their nppri c
iation nf die loyal manner in
which the men have come for-
ward t" serve their Kine, and
CountT).
R. II. C. CRAWFORD,
Chairman,
Recruiting Committee.
Quarry Stone
For Sale.
See
Arthur M. Sin roN
10 East Strict.
FOR SALE
A NEW SMACK n ft.
A GRAPHAPHONE with \M
English and French Kecurd.
!'i 11 pi: lit ulai 5,
Apply,
in I'aiin ulars fipplv to
.1 J, KNOWLES
Ship yard
'. \. I RECO.
Look!
Foreigne*: I haven't tasl d
a well cooked meal since
I've been in Nassau.
IJ/aessur/an: Have you evei
tried Isajic Roberts on
East liny St. ?
Foreigner: No.
Nassauvian: -Try him once
and you will try him
always.
All are weleomt: -Come now
if you want to taste the
O ioking of the best coo|<
Nassau evei produced.
X5he
Imperial
Orchestra
(2 I t'l If* I '! I Violin, Vi i,
I .' 1 1.111 ml 1 ION
BEGS to inform their fi iends
and the general public
that the) are 1 quipped with
all latest music lor modern
dances, garden parties, and
entertainments, and is also
prepared to accept engage-
ments at short notice. 11 rms
reasonable, for I'm thei p ir-
licularS, see Missis I hos. W.
1.11 nn, Mai I borough St., Sam I.
C. Mi Pliers' n, or Wallei I.
Weir, Baillou Hill Road.
Lost
SVTURDAV Night, from
the abutment oppi isite 1 he
sti ire of N. Erem h, Esq ()ne
open b'>at. 12 ft., painted
while with rope lender
' an mud her.
Return to
CHAS. E. \LBURY
NOTICE
AR I ES1AN Wi 11s sunk
and pumps fitted, and
plumbing done by
W.M. McKINNEY.
Christie St
For Results
Advertise in
! he Tribune.
Williams' Shoes Are Better


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