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\ Zhc {Tribune TUFSOAY. November 2\ 191 S At one O'I lock yesterday afternoon, His Excellency Cover William I.. Allardyce C. M. G, met the Legislature for the time, in regular session. A number of official-, and M tors were in the Coun cil Chamber, among the,:. rved Mrs, Allardyee, His I mour the Chief Just'i lor, the Misses Allardyce, The Lord Bishop, Mrs. I! Malcolm and the I". S. Consul. Al one o'clock His Ex i accompanied by Mis. Allard arrived al the Public Buildi and was re :i ivcd by a ( iuard of Honour of th t entire 2nd I' 1 ihamasContingent under the and of Commandant 1 raw ford with the customary 1 urs, the Police Bind play National \nthem. I lis Excellency was n the enti in e of ii l( building >mpanted to the I. I five Council Chamber by tlie I I'm. W. Hart Bennett C.M.G Colonial Secretary, Hon. V C W< lls Durrant, Virney ", %  1 i Ion. T. Vincent Mattli I %  .< ).| Rt ''i\ 1 r 1 i ii' ral, and Mr. A. II. Shei w 1 1 Smith, Private Seen lary, on entering er he was n ce o\ the audience standi | '' 1 bi 1 seated His I I ncv c unman if the lion II 'use ol \ ibly ; on 'hf ar H e His Ex Icli 1 the following Mr. Presi lent and Houom ntlemcn of the I live Council. Y and Gentlemen of the 1! mourable H .1 sembly. I have convened the I lature al n someu hat earl ei date than usual in order that : may be afforded the opI 1 11 (unity nf 1,msidei i ng Ilis Majesty's M uigeto HisPi 1 pie of the 2 jrd <) tober, w liich was published here at the time of ils receipt,and of d 1 iding \\ hi ther this Colony iM endeavour to recruit in. ire men than the one bunI for whom provisii >n made at the Spe ial Si ssion in S( pternIx r last, and if s<'. the means by wll'n ll funds for the puipos raised. In this count i tion the point sh< mid not be ovei! >< ik< d that periodical reinfi n emi nts require to be despati hed as opportunity 0 to maintain thecontii n a nplete state 1 >f effi ii n 5 while tm active I isalso the question iralion and other allowances in ird to the mi n v. hi 1 have ly left, tl about to embai k, and I wise any thai after, and whei ill bear I OSt, tif I i,oi .'• Iiel r, be n sugge >U 1 by tl f terial ci >\ ernim onial Governmeni should contribute a ; tii 111 1 if certain non > with du ( I will at on e Message to tin i i si mbly on these sul giving all av lilable part as well as inform tie financial stai Ihe I Ii my. With refen ace to I I I i ma • Ci ml ingi nl which was raised by pul >i 1 tion, the Secretai 3 foi the C< ilonies has i 1 me as follow s. -*I havi learnt 'with pleasun of the | I determination d 'by the pei iple %  I the Hah .mas 'to bear a parl in tie 'in which the I 1 n ;ed I ,ater, on being notified lhat the Leg lature had 100 11 men, Mr. 11 mat I 'I In 1 id this with it I con sider I!I.' the Colony may well I" patriotism of her son pon lliey have 11 Call lo Arms I avail m\ of thisopportunity to pui ly acknow led ;< I e devol d and untiring sei \ it of the Recruiting Committee with ihi C 1111111:111 I mi a i Chaii man, an have pi in n I I a ry ol 1 •to exp m of the vain ibleservii es rendi red by Mi. R. II. C. Crawford. The few Bills which the 1 i ivei ument propi >se to introduce during the present 1 will be submitted lati 1 : with I e Esl imati s of Revenue and Expenditure for 1916-1917. rhi of the 1 ui our local trad been l< 1 dfcrea M imports, and, owing to the r< numeralive prices re< eivi dduring the last few mi mth both spi >i and sisal, to in I impoi tdui ing I ihs i nded the 50th Si lend 1915, were less in <• a 111 e 1 %  \ 1 . 101I n during j nding period in j Ile expiiris v more. I %  : . ultural outlook may 1).' consider* d lory; tin people have to a cimsiderable lent tun ulti vation 1 'I ground 1 rops and vegetal il first time foi many ihi Floi nla 1 lion lias ebbed and dm ing the months 1 in It d the October 1 I i 1 1 1 10 1 ons returned to t C ny than left it In R I s of : ii >n and Agi ii ulture, work in ' ns in many of the disti icts, nd the %  : act ing undi 1 instiu' lions, are Iio 1 d i n %  %  icultural cl gularl) 11 it 11 ha\ 1 ind 1 tion of pn <\ ing of g I m lit to p-growing %  1 lion. An lbut is being ma^'a bj \] ird of Agricult lire lo diaw the attention of the int proprietor po 1 tl or 'while land' lo advi nl lo be deriv* '1 from nut planting and eopi .1 making, and leal Ii is tip ibj t have been circu i ihrough the Commis j si mersol Ihe different tl 1 > %  tie ts and 1 le n cooperation i n v i 11 d N I %  Speaker and Gentlemen 1 if the Honoui able Ho mbly. Tin ,; : at In In I %  : :i p. lied w ith Ihe previous year, di parti) to the war and parti' lo the reduction n 1 • not of the deficit foi next j 1 ban it .will be this [Wc bly iter. I' T. and mi -. .'--" i lonyjs %  ... f t quil 1 • lished, i.e., I t to meet the dei lim in 1 i|in nl LI 1 In ci m it would be will Id in mind that in quite 1 \' 1 p t i o 1 sent li 1 I to I i '1 Colon' fronted with tl I to I I and 1 I ex penditu I Sl I il t( si M! ,| • abandom Mi. I' ur able Ml il. Mi. >i" ikei and Mei the I ionoural le liousi ol I %  the %  11 :1' it Boaid. That



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Board has performed excel not only in advertising %  + | Ivantagi e Ba h i mas .1a pleasun i rl for tourists, but lias done much to disse ninata information with ird to theColony as a whole • n; ire pi! tjcularly as a pro :i 1,1 fur the investment Of I ill mitatii ms. Th< in lividual M i i i troubli provide a tourist programme for HI which : it on of tl i'iil. if n 'i Lite in ssful, liil if the Board and of usefulm ss are indie ipped by Is Hie I slion now h II i an IM p irtant one f i this Colony that no reasonable effort should ho ired to retain the ground alif ad\ : %  1 ,],, ; the I'.n• made a il the 1 e -in the an liversary ol Pi if ilgar I l y for funds to re Ite> I f our wound ed soldiei rs Owing to thi I' Ii Spirit of a B ilialW ho %  lerously subscrib i s im ol C i >>. a M itr A % %  b n! '' i id was si irt sd which lands %  •' -t %  )[ this rim unl j 'Ire i ,i. itted foi the pur !' six in ii ambul cais. \ nn of £155 d locally at ral Red I p.,i | c liaf ilgai Day l %  i ; : llal Hinas of ie 11 which I %  I illy a word as to the (i tan i 'i the Bi i[•'niptre is %  : i w i I Ii our \ 11 i I 11 i s lie pi ice i ., • xplana i ; which in G !'! itain to declare : • i in; o me i i, si thai Bri | of the i the freedom of thi >rld and I right of the sm ilh r nations to an inde* HI existent e. 1 ay with nnfidence that we may || leave nur case trl be v indi | %  || | i Igment seat of I ; | ...,: i hi ii.-iii.ui HI sac n I iii %  bv IIIP i i I and \/ lat ; of this Colon] will be made by thi ; le of the Bahamas in that Willing and cheerful spii it which is a distinguishing feature of our British traditions. (Signed W. I.. ALLARDYCE, i i i, i ; nor. uncil Chamber, Nassau, • 22n 1 November, 1915. After th h the House retii I His Excellency w and pi'" eeded to the G : iid by which he w asreci ived 1 the honours. I lis Excellent y i ted the Guard land, ex his ph asure at the sol dierl | I men II |.driving past, the Gu a ain saluted. After I cei the Guard w n Bay its, and 1 Parliamenl 5 to the Barrai HON. HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY I he House mi I yesti rdaj at half pa t twt ve and aftei His I .... 1 Governor in the 1 • C uncil when tl 16 was dul) : The 2nd Co itingent was the i Juard "ill '.HiExcel ining of the Hous '""" ly pi ; : %  their evolutions Id have . oldei sol It is evidi nt that I care has b en givi 1 to Hie training of tin se men, and the eatesl credit is due to Com mandant Cn We cruiting C be proud of the C "t. W, .ill publi >n to l'L \< i I 'AY Tin .1 •. next. part ol ; ittei is well in Ii 11. 1 and il w ill not I" 1 oui fault if 11 'I """ rs of that have not \et come w ill I e In ttei late Hi in nevi r. ] Lei us all unite and make Thui I for our hi for the war. %  The Motor "I %  1 I; %  '' v fui Nassau ., 1 BLI\G D1\Y 25th Nov., 191 i Embarkation of the and Bahamas Contingent to Ja• %  ca en route to Engl pi r Jamaican S< boon* r "E. M. Zellars" and B mian S ho m 1 "Sarah E. Doug1 %  PROGRAMME. 7 A.M. ( itizens are requested to bi gin to display <'! 11"' Flag, and other decorations al :. eir bu >in< pli ces and lei The Flag will be raised al Raw si in Squan hen the National Anthem will lie sung and a half hour < oncerl given, and at 7 5 A.M. %  1 hour con1 nt will be given on the mound al the ne %  Re t ion < ir< lunds, South of Governmenl Housi by tin I 1 in Vblunti. Ci met Band. • A.M. Flag sellers will meel at Raws* n Square to reci ive their flags ; di coi iti tl aul mobiles and otln r vehicles will hi re. lo |0 A.M. An oration on The Flag will be di livi r< d by Mr. 11. C. CHRISI IE. lli> Excellen\ th ( i ivernor will be pre SI lit. 1 I A M. Flag sellers will disp and c^\> r the ( itj and Sll burbs, and n ip a rich bar v est for the Bahamas Con tingent Fund. Those ladies who have ki ied to sell flags on I Hay will please call 01 our office sometime toi for the flags and bad| they will be requeste —:o; — We would remind oui 1 %  of the entertainment < n by the 3rd Bahan uts in St. Matthews S in at o'clock this evening. M. I id I a h a 1 n a s C o n 1 it will man h to R iwson Squ 3. 30 P.M. 'I lie l ontingenl will cm bark and start on llieii mo im ii'. ms vo\ age. 4. 3O P M. Flag sellers v. ill p ; Mr. I.. (',. I ) upuch, I ditor "Tril nine", the ami Hint re bv tin in, fi which gi11 1 ipi nt thf Ba eg '' Shi d. Is %  Radiograms November 23rd, 1915. Paris:—The Montenegn Mil. tie states that part 1 Serbian army has retreat' Montenegro, ioinin M negran troops. Tht 1 t of Sei -s were attt I 1 .dav. London:—Th ;m published yest • ol Amerii ^1 1 rard and men 1 staff relath of British prison tenberg, German) apparently regarded ersas criminals. 1 1 in ihecamp, of wl British. Among tl i( had overcoatHie G use police dogs night.The pritom rs com| Ii that the dogs wi : %  • and tore their clothes. Ci penhagen:It that Zeppelin Num r 1 • ved by an Wi dni sday at Tondern.l n were kill d. Tarantox, Italy.\ %  of the And na wa lied near here. It ed tluiicen bodi iens.—It is reporl i ntente Po ] ired an ecom ial blockad. .1 Gi — :o: 33rd Novi • London, sand, ( i \ 1 1 nor, Bahamas ftcial N. %  s: In Dardanelles two Britisl ies successfully nltn< 1 he railway etation nearEi One pilot was n by the em nv was rescued y by the otlu 1 pilot I the Anzac zone ,1 on the 1 il ; parl 'if ili<-. 1 md wi H km



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(Continued from first page) ed and the Kussove Plateau, where the Serbjajis expected to mahe a last desperate resistance, apparently is open to the iuva The fall of Monastir has not n < onfirmed and accordingly to latest information Ihe Serbi ans are advancing thence to I the Bulgarians bul red as il is.from | i nt quarters, Babuna Pass, i Ki • is slight | lity of ii holding out in the Bulgarians mal il at U mpt to take it. An Austro (i. rman army is i n Hi 1> irder of Novipazar and are approaching Pristina. Thus old Serbia-as it existed I the last two Balkan wars is completely overrun by hostile Paris, 96th: -The PATRISof Uhi ns says it has obtained from the French Minister to Gri an interview setting forth the i >< i nt attitude of the Entente Powers towards that nation. This interview as forwarded by the I lavas Agency contains the assertion that the diploma tic negotiations are not being conducted with a view to intei < ntion in the wai by Gi continues: "The Entente P< wers offen il Greece the op portunity -of particij ating in the victory and the fruitful har Greece declined. The Allied Powers which have be a and ten million men at their disposal will gain their victory without (in i The only thing they asl: is that ( i re ce shall maintain (he hen evolent neutral it) she promisi d, and accord the facilities d The 1 ErVtente Po* ers thi • Iter that the op lunil \ tb f I i i i ce any iible assistant e as they have e'past. The situation is simply this let each be faith ful to the promisi s made and all difficulties will be avoided". T ENDERS' will 1)'rei i i\ i(J by Mr. K. (i. Malcolm up to 30th inst. for the purchase of the [ling House No. 15 Marlborough Street Western Di%  t. I he righf of rejecting all or any of the t> 11 lers is held. We Want To Help The Washerwoman At The New York House and 0 Isaiah Sweeting up East Sunlight So p per har Lightning S %  • .. ()i tagi m Si %  11 .. TOVVI Si iap 5 cts 11 11 Br< iwn v • ii 2nd Bahamas Contingent I T is probable thai tin gent will be leavii fur Jamaica at the latt r pi November. The Recruiting C" appeals to the iblic for warm vests I these may be sent I inai d 0 at the Bai racks. It is ex| will arrive in 1 winter and this (unit) ol lation i>r the lojal manni r in which tin forte their King and I try. R. II. C. CR WVI ORD, Chairman, Re ru i I i n Co m m Quarry Stone For Sale. s AIM lift; l'>. SUTTOM 10 1 t Street. T. M. KNOWLES 528 Bay Street. I S now prej iared to supply Rubber Tin • for Babies ( also to n • '. and repair them. Sati >fai tion (iuaranti 1 d. 3RD BAHAMAS BOY SCOUTS A First Class Entertainment Tuesday, 23rd November 8 p. m. S t. M a t I r o o m 2s. (w • I %  Other seat! is. (blue ti 1 %  I d. pinl ticl NOTICE T HE enl lock in 11 1 late R. I.. Will is being dispo I ly redui ed pi it has h' en di 1 idi d to 1 own the busim ss in llu <.. 11 \ | of January. In the meant ime 1 he undi r ned is prepared to ren offers fi ir the ] iurcl I 1 he le or any part thi n 1 if. I ne a ul gel youi C CHEAP. An opp 'unity no 1 >n< shoul No r< asonable offi r reft PHILIP A I Rl O 1 In:' Ci editors. ^A> Xmas Cards W E ARE printing Xmas CJ ; in all styles and pn pared to take further Be up-to-date and 1 have your crads pi inti d a • s 'i .-. 1 udd like them. Our pi are; 4 shillin di /., 1 >r lei for lai quantil We alsi 1 print initials in 1 letter-on w rilin le and in xpi n .' ^£ T5he Imperial Orchestra 1 D1 ;GS 1 D and tin that 1 Mb latesl 1! ii. 5, parties, 1 lainments, an I 1 I I 1 ins : e M l*hos. W l.uiin. Nlarlbon I ml C. McPhers n, \ I lei W< ir, IV I Id! Ro Look! Aimr\ aiu NOTICE ESIAN We s sunk pumps fitted, and plumbing done by \V.\I. M< KINNEY. (.'In rstii St. F r r :; %  : 1 i't tasti a wi II cooked 1 I'vi in N .'.' tssauWan: 1 11 i M l l %  ;; I : Foreign r: Naasauvian: Try him on and you will try hi alv\ 1 All are welcome: C e no if; Na sau ever | Williams' Shoas Are otter



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Nvillivis addU On |urnre in veiba mii|';.i. Belrttt bound loiweur to the Dngrrms of no Master. VOL. XII. NfcJMBU. N. P.. Rahkinrt, TUESDAY. November >}. 1415. NO. 374 Crown Prince Is Quoted As Saying 'I Want A War' •e A Bi H iK by Mr Ian VI Im, M. P ititled Wai Pi Behind the Lines," pub by Smith Eider, is rl those to be dis nissed with tli "( Mi, anotlu i war I k." Ii is tin in -I hand man w ho has d H ss work a I %  Wist viar began. It opens %  •. itli a revealing talk %  :• hirji Mr. Mali olm had with iTrM' HJH _.. u Crow n Prii %  "[;, : in in uarv, 1914. He al i K i I 11.1 I; I %  not 1 ; uuld < '. but it wa n Prince who, k on whal hi lei ihis Ins conversation with Mr. M Icolm, as n ed from the latter's diar) 1 Vfterall, .mi I |>l %  • 1 1 ler I il Gen nj than ire. I. M Sir, we are always |y to be I i' 1 you know, but tn all "I oui 1 tures your Chancellor replies with an invariable snub. i ,'rou 11 l'i ince I low can we tru I you -. : i Hied wit I \\ You have thing really in i ommon with them, and you h ive nearh everyll in comm i th us Togel e could divide 1 u of the %  i. I. M. Bui how would you pi j e to do thai %  Given oui existing treaties, how could we to be 1 i ;' U ? Cro !' You could shut yi H ind lei us I the 1' rench coli First of all. \\ e want idem. • I M. Foi me, sir. I have si en si vi ral of yi iur colo • and, may I say it with ?reat n il would surelj i to improve the coloi you pi isse >s befi ire you I those beli thei people. Cn • %  n Prim I • very %  did ; !>ut you know \ I dial m mi i if i >iir colonii s :li anj thing ; if tl y had %  i valuable, \ou would 1. had iliem long ago I i interview closi d," he .i;. -. ''by my makin I i I remark thai nowadays nobody wanted w ar, w hich injuri .1 v ictors and vanquish) d in like de> to whii i; i %  vn Pi ince irousB replied :—'l beg your pardon ; I wanl wai I wanl to have a smack al those Fn ni h swine as n m a i vi i I can.'' -October New ) rh \ld. FOR SALE A NEW SM \CK 13 ft. K< el 5 H. wide. I 'i r 1 'ui n ulars api ilv lo J. .1. KN'OWLES Ship yard BAHAMAS CONTINGENT FUND Mangrove Cay, %  \ntlros Rev. and Mis. Duquenoy j Mr. and Mrs. Geo. 11. Clai Lai itas Sweeting, o, Chas. s. Nairn 10 0, R. S I.aura Wright 1 7', Da iel I lepburn 10 o, Solomon 16 o, 1'. A. Bastian 3 o, \V. |. Armaly 200, Charlotte Cl 11 ke .|d Levinia Williams ., Zilpha Storr 1 o, I larold Bowi Elizabi th Williams Geo. M. Clai ke ; o, Roy II. W. Clarke 2 o, Hi rl ert O. Clarke 2 o, Louise Clarke 2 o, il \V. D. Clarke 2 o, Ida I Una Clarke i o, Carmen 1 • Syh ia Clai ke 1 Most Pennerman 3 0, B 1 '.ram Bow e 50, Lei 1 Wright 1 o, Albert Johnson 1 00, Archilaus nerman 2 o, Lazarus R .' 1 Jeremiah Bui lard 2 o, Oi lav; B lian 6 0, Victoi ia Poitii 1 Al :'(-lina Rl VVilbui I'j i ius I ii pi urn 1 o, I dward M I 5 1 Laura M< 1 Ellen Roll. 1 1 Mrs. E. W F< rsyth 10 1 OS 1 o, i lugO Nairn 1 o, Mrs R. S Sii I ". \il; • d Rolle 2 O, I. Rolle 1 o, \. Pi mi 1 m in Alfn d Flowers 1 6, Caii phas Joni s 10 o, Emily Ji mi s ro o, Ri bi 1 L Bodi So, Rid rn i" o, 1 tphelia Bai 1 William Rolle 2 o, James Mox i'y 4 o, Christophi r Saun rs j o, (Iphelia Saundei 1 o, Pe ti r Bai r .0, Ann Hepburi Mil iam Williams 6d., I leni ii Ij 1 o, Didgmus Williams 1 ii. Adi ianna Bai r a o, Syl nus Rolle (rl., Jami Moxej, Jr. 1 %  >. James Bannisti 1 1 o, < Jeo. Williams .j o, Josi I'll Sauni 1 o, Aaron S s 1 o, 1 a\ id Moxi \ 1 o, Albei t Moxey 1 o, Mi 1x1 ) 1 o, Solomon Moxey |d William Clarke 1 o, Gi 1 : %  Bode 1 o, Jeremiah Gerl rude Brow n 3 o, Phyllis < in en 2 0, fig 3 Radiograms November 22nd 1 9 15 Lon Ion, 20th:— The present military situation in St I whicn appears to 1 rbian retreat into Gn k T< rriti >ry i ne vi tabl lief isconfidentl) expi Greece, within 2\ hours, to stand on the ambiguous deMI which has been tl e of uneasiness both to the Enterfte and to tiic central ; lare some definite S ich a policy, even it it >e to tlie E '• 1 Allii will at least be wch reas an end to the torturing urn 1 tainty of the past month. S me comfort is di rived here .1 the optimist ic lone of : %  hes from Athens which, since the arrival of Denj 5 I chin tin French cabinet member w ho went to Gn 1 ce on a mis report that public opinion is runni ng si 1 fi ir the Entenl Bui inci I ; a p'.vn (act thai King Con stantin's 1 hoice waits u| 1 >n the outcome of military events, %  \ hich at pr< sent would hardly ess him in favour of the Entente Allies, t no expi elation in L< ndon that 1 in ek assistance w ill be forth I Ollll It is already anni 111 ci d from 1 '11 rman sources thai the < Si government lias infi rm< '1 the n diplomats that, in 01 to maintain neutrality i' will di-arm and intern' all Serbian ; which m at into Greek territory. (ierman newsp tate thai Albanian troops arc trj r the oilier n a I of n tn al • sntrating on I ian %  1 1 The Bulgarian sui at Katchanik Pass, Temgvo and Babuna Passbavi • onfirm Continued on 4th p Wear Apmbri&ter'r Shoes


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Nvillivis addU On |urnre in veiba mii|';.i.
Belrttt bound loiweur to the Dngrrms of no Master.
VOL. XII.
NfcJMBU. N. P.. Rahkinrt, TUESDAY. November >}. 1415.
NO. 374
Crown Prince Is
Quoted As Saying
'I Want A War'
e
ABi H iK by Mr Ian VI
Im, M. P ititled Wai
Pi Behind the Lines,"
pub by Smith Eider, is
rl those to be dis nissed
with tli "( Mi, anotlu i
war I.....k." Ii is tin in -I hand
. man w ho has d
H ss work a I
Wist viar began. It
opens . itli a revealing talk
: hirji Mr. Mali olm had with
iTrM' hjh _.. u Crow n
Prii "[;, : in in
uarv, 1914. He al i
K i I 11.1 I; I
not 1 ; uuld < '. but it
wa n Prince who,
k on whal hi
lei ih-
is Ins conversation with Mr.
M Icolm, as n ed from
the latter's diar)
1 Vfterall, .mi
I |>l 1 1 ,
ler I il Gen nj than
ire.
I. M Sir, we are always
|y to be I i' 1 you
know, but tn all "I oui 1
tures your Chancellor replies
with an invariable snub.
i ,'rou 11 l'i ince I low can we
tru I you -. : i Hied
wit I
\\ You have
thing really in i ommon with
them, and you h ive nearh
everyll in comm i th us
Togel e could divide 1 u
of the
i.
I. M. Bui how would you
pi j e to do thai Given oui
existing treaties, how could we
to be 1 i '
;' U ?
Cro !' You could
shut yi H ind lei us I
the 1' rench coli First of all.
\\ e want idem.
I M. Foi me, sir. I
have si en si vi ral of yi iur colo
and, may I say it with
?reat n il would surelj
i to improve the colo-
i you pi isse >s befi ire you I
those beli thei people.
Cn . n Prim I very
did ; !>ut you know \
I dial m mi i if i >iir colonii s
. :li anj thing ; if tl y had
i valuable, \ou would 1.
had iliem long ago !
I i interview closi d," he
.i;. -. ''by my makin I i I
remark thai nowadays nobody
wanted w ar, w hich injuri .1 v ic-
tors and vanquish) d in like de>
, to whii i; i ' vn Pi ince
irousB replied :'l beg your
pardon ; I wanl wai I wanl
to have a smack al those Fn ni h
swine as n m a i vi i I can.''
-October New ) rh \ld.
FOR SALE
A NEW SM \CK 13 ft.
K< el 5 H. wide.
I 'i r 1 'ui n ulars api ilv lo
J. .1. KN'OWLES
Ship yard
Bahamas Contingent
Fund
Mangrove Cay, \ntlros
Rev. and Mis. Duquenoy
j Mr. and Mrs. Geo. 11.
Clai Lai itas Sweeting,
o, Chas. s. Nairn 10 0, R. S
, I.aura Wright 1 7',
Da iel I lepburn 10 o, Solomon
. 16 o, 1'. A. Bastian 3 o,
\V. |. Armaly 200, Charlotte
Cl 11 ke .|d Levinia Williams
., Zilpha Storr 1 o, I larold
Bowi Elizabi th Williams
Geo. M. Clai ke ; o, Roy
II. W. Clarke 2 o, Hi rl ert O.
Clarke 2 o, Louise Clarke 2 o,
il \V. D. Clarke 2 o, Ida
I Una Clarke i o, Carmen
1 Syh ia Clai ke 1
Most Pennerman 3 0, B 1 '.ram
Bow e 50, Lei 1 Wright 1 o,
Albert Johnson 1 00, Archilaus
nerman 2 o, Lazarus R
.' 1 Jeremiah Bui lard 2 o, Oi
lav; B lian 6 0, Victoi ia
Poitii 1 Al :'(-lina Rl
VVilbui I'j i ius
I ii pi urn 1 o, I dward M I
5 1 Laura M< 1 Ellen
Roll. 1 1 Mrs. E. W F< rsyth
10 1 OS 1 o, i lugO
Nairn 1 o, Mrs R. S Sii
I ". \il; d Rolle 2 O, I.
Rolle 1 o, \. Pi mi 1 m in
Alfn d Flowers 1 6, Caii phas
Joni s 10 o, Emily Ji mi s ro o,
Ri bi 1 l Bodi So, Rid
rn i" o, 1 tphelia Bai 1
William Rolle 2 o, James Mox
i'y 4 o, Christophi r Saun rs
j o, (Iphelia Saundei 1 o, Pe
ti r Bai r .- 0, Ann Hepburi
Mil iam Williams 6d., I leni ii
Ij 1 o, Didgmus Williams
1 ii. Adi ianna Bai r a o, Syl
nus Rolle (rl., Jami Moxej, Jr.
1 >. James Bannisti 1 1 o, < Jeo.
Williams .j o, Josi I'll Sauni
1 o, Aaron S s 1 o, 1 a\ id
Moxi \ 1 o, Albei t Moxey 1 o,
! Mi 1x1 ) 1 o, Solomon Mox-
ey |d William Clarke 1 o,
Gi 1 : Bode 1 o, Jeremiah
Gerl rude Brow n
3 o, Phyllis < in en 2 0,
fig 3
Radiograms
November 22nd 1915.
Lon Ion, 20th: The present
military situation in St I
whicn appears to 1 rbi-
an retreat into Gn k T< rriti >ry
i ne vi tabl
lief isconfidentl) expi
Greece, within 2\ hours,
to stand on the ambiguous de-
mi which has been tl e
of uneasiness both to the Enterf-
te and to tiic central ;
lare some definite
S ich a policy, even it it
>e to tlie E ' 1 Allii
will at least be wch reas
an end to the torturing urn 1
tainty of the past month.
S me comfort is di rived here
.1 the optimist ic lone of ':
hes from Athens which,
since the arrival of Denj 5 I
chin tin French cabinet member
w ho went to Gn 1 ce on a mis -
. report that public opinion
is runni ng si 1 fi ir the En-
tenl Bui inci I ;- a
. p'.vn (act thai King Con
stantin's 1 hoice waits u| 1 >n the
outcome of military events,
\ hich at pr< sent would hardly
ess him in favour of the
Entente Allies, t no
expi elation in L< ndon that
1 in ek assistance w ill be forth
I Ollll
It is already anni 111 ci d from
1 '11 rman sources thai the < Si
government lias infi rm< '1 the
n diplomats that, in 01
to maintain neutrality i' will
di-arm and intern' all Serbian
; which m at into
Greek territory.
(ierman newsp tate
thai Albanian troops arc trj
r the oilier n a I of n tn al
sntrating on I ian
1 1
The Bulgarian sui at
Katchanik Pass, Temgvo and
Babuna Passbavi onfirm
Continued on 4th p
Wear
Apmbri&ter'r
Shoes


\
Zhc {Tribune
TUFSOAY. November 2\ 191 S
At one o'i lock yesterday af-
ternoon, His Excellency Cover
William I.. Allardyce C. M.
G, met the Legislature for the
time, in regular session.
A number of official-, and
m tors were in the Coun
cil Chamber, among the,:.
rved Mrs, Allardyee, His
! I mour the Chief Just'i
lor, the Misses Allardyce,
The Lord Bishop, Mrs. I! ,
Malcolm and the I". S. Consul.
Al one o'clock His Ex i
accompanied by Mis. Allard
arrived al the Public Buildi
and was re :i ivcd by a ( iuard
of Honour of tht entire 2nd
I'1 ihamasContingent under the
and of Commandant
1 raw ford with the customary
! 1 urs, the Police Bind play
National \nthem.
I lis Excellency was n
the enti in e of iil(. building
>mpanted to the I.
I five Council Chamber by tlie
I I'm. W. Hart Bennett C.M.G .
Colonial Secretary, Hon. V C
W< lls Durrant, V- irney ", 1
i Ion. T. Vincent Mattli
I .< ).| Rt ''i\ 1 r 1 i ii' ral, and
Mr. A. II. Shei w 1 1 Smith,
Private Seen lary, on entering
er he was n ce
o\ the audience standi |
'' 1 bi 1 seated His I
I ncv c unman
if the lion
II 'use ol \......ibly ; on 'hf ar
H e His Ex
Icli 1 the following
Mr. Presi lent and Houom
ntlemcn of the I
live Council.
y and Gentlemen of
the 1! mourable H
.1 sembly.
I have convened the I
lature al n someu hat earl ei
date than usual in order that
: may be afforded the op-
I1 11 (unity nf 1,msideiing Ilis
Majesty's M uigeto HisPi 1
pie of the 2 jrd <) tober,
w liich was published here at
the time of ils receipt,and of
d 1 iding \\ hi ther this Colony
iM endeavour to recruit
in. ire men than the one bun-
I for whom provisii >n
made at the Spe ial Si ssion
in S( pternIx r last, and if s<'.
the means by wll'n ll funds for
the puipos raised. In
this count i tion the point
sh< mid not be ovei! >< ik< d that
periodical reinfi n emi nts re-
quire to be despati hed as op-
portunity 0 to
maintain thecontii n a
nplete state 1 >f effi ii n 5
while tm active I
isalso the question ira-
lion and other allowances in
ird to the mi n v. hi 1 have
ly left, tl
about to embai k, and I
wise any thai
after, and whei
ill bear I
OSt, tif
I i,oi .' Iiel r,
be n sugge >U 1 by tl
fterial ci >\ ernim
onial Governmeni
should contribute a ;
tii 111 1 if certain non
> '
with du
(
I will at on e
Message to tin i i
si mbly on these sul giv-
ing all av lilable part
as well as inform
tie financial stai Ihe I
Ii my.
With refen ace to I
II i ma Ci ml ingi nl which
was raised by pul >i 1
tion, the Secretai 3
foi the C< ilonies has i 1
me as follow s. -*I havi learnt
'with pleasun of the | I
determination d
'by the pei iple I the Hah .mas
'to bear a parl in tie
'in which the I 1 n
;ed I ,ater, on being no-
tified lhat the Leg lature had
100 11
men, Mr. 11 mat I
'I In 1 id this with
it I con
sider i!i.' the Colony may
' well I" patrio-
tism of her son
pon lliey have 11
Call lo Arms I avail m\
of thisopportunity to pui
ly acknow led ;< I e devol d
and untiring sei \ it of the
Recruiting Committee with
ihi C 1111111:111 I mi a i Chaii -
man, an have pi in
n I
I a ry ol 1
to exp m of
the vain ibleservii es rendi red
by Mi. R. II. C. Crawford.
The few Bills which the
1 i ivei ument propi >se to intro-
duce during the present
1 will be submitted lati 1
: with I e Esl imati s
of Revenue and Expenditure
for 1916-1917.
rhi of the
1 ui our local trad !
been l< 1 dfcrea m imports, and,
owing to the r< numeralive
prices re< eivi dduring the last
few mi mth both spi >i
and sisal, to in
I impoi t- dui ing I
ihs i nded the 50th Si
lend 1915, were less in
< a 111 e 1 \ 1 101I n during j
nding period in j
Ile expiiris v
more.
I :.. ultural outlook
may 1).' consider* d
lory; tin people have
to a cimsiderable lent
tun ultivation 1 'I
ground 1 rops and vegetal il
first time foi many
ihi Floi nla 1 lion
lias ebbed and dm ing the
months 1 in It d the
October 1 I i 1 1 1 10 1
ons returned to t C
ny than left it In R.....Is of
: ii >n and Agi ii ulture,
work in
' ns in
many of the disti icts, nd the
: act ing undi 1
instiu' lions, are Iio 1 d i n .
icultural cl gularl)
11 it 11 ha\ 1 ind 1 tion
of pn <\ ing of g I m lit to
p-growing 1 lion.
An lbut is being ma^'a bj
\] ird of Agricult lire lo
diaw the attention of the
int proprietor po
1 tl or 'while land' lo
advi nl lo be deriv* '1
from nut planting and
eopi .1 making, and leal Ii is tip
ibj t have been circu
i ihrough the Commis j
si mersol Ihe different tl 1 >
tie ts and 1 le n cooperation
i n v i 11 d.
NI Speaker and Gentlemen
1 if the Honoui able Ho
mbly.
Tin
,; : at In In
I
: :i p. lied
w ith Ihe previous year, di
parti) to the war and parti'
lo the reduction m 25 to 20 \vTiile (luring
the sami p< rioil the ; xpendi-
; ini hiding
.on wai grant \ 1 led
by the I I the
Mi ithi rland, as against <)(),'
I li imale ol rejB
\ 1 Hill i : I',!;, I')H
and pi mliluie 1
ive nl the
ihe ('ontin-
On tin
will thi refi ire 1 led
defu '
includin
I ...
finam ial year, which will

estimati s for 1 ill,
be-
at tin
but I inav sa\ at on e that it
1- obvi it if ti
continues and laxat ii >n 1 not
'
of the deficit foi next
j 1 ban it .will be this
[Wc bly
iter. I' t.
and mi -. .'--" i
lonyjs ' ... f t quil
1
lished, i.e., I t to meet
the dei lim in 1
i|in nl li 1
In ci m it
would be will Id in
mind that in
quite 1 \' 1 p t i o 1
sent li 1
I to
I
i '1
Colon'
fronted with tl I to
I I and 1 I ex
penditu
I
Sl I il t( si ,M!,|
abandom
Mi. I' ur
able Ml '
il.
Mi. >i" ikei and Mei
the I ionoural le liousi ol
I the
11 :1'
it Boaid. That


Board has performed excel
not only in advertising
+ | Ivantagi e Ba
h imas .1- a pleasun i rl for
tourists, but lias done much to
disse ninata information with
ird to theColony as a whole
n; ire pi! tjcularly as a pro
:i 1,1 fur the investment
Of I ill
mitatii ms. Th< in lividual M i
i i troubli '
provide a tourist programme for
hi which
' : it on of tl
i'iil. if n 'i Lite in '
ssful, liil
! if the Board and
of usefulm ss are
indie ipped by
Is Hie I slion
. now h ii i an im-
p irtant one f i this Colony that
no reasonable effort should ho
ired to retain the ground
alif ad\
: 1
,],, ; the I'.n-
made a
il the
1 e -in the an liversary ol
Pi if ilgar Ily for funds to re
Ite> I f our wound
ed soldiei rs Owing
to thi I' Ii Spirit of a B ilia-
lW ho lerously subscrib
' i s im ol C i >>. a M itr A
bn! '' i id was si irt sd which
lands ' -t )[
this rim unl j 'Ire i
,i. itted foi the pur
!' six in ii ambul
cais. \ nn of 155 '
d locally at
ral Red I
p.,i | c liaf ilgai Day
l i ;: llal Hinas of
ie 11 which I

I illy a word as to the (i
tan i 'i the Bi i-
['niptre is
: i w i I Ii our \ 11 i I 11 i s
lie pi ice
i., xplana
i ; which in
G !'! itain to declare
: i in; o me i
i, si thai
Bri | of the i
the freedom
of thi >rld and I right of
the sm ilh r nations to an inde*
! hi existent e. 1 ay with
nnfidence that we may
. || leave nur case trl be v indi
| || | i Igment seat of
I ; | ...,- : i hi ii.-iii.ui
hi sac
, n I ii- i
bv iIip i i I and \/
lat ; of this Colon] will be
made by thi ; le of the Ba-
hamas in that Willing and
cheerful spii it which is a distin-
guishing feature of our British
traditions.
(Signed
W. I.. ALLARDYCE,
i i i, i ; nor.
uncil Chamber,
Nassau,
22n 1 November, 1915.
After th h the House
retii I His Excellency
w and pi'" eeded to the
G : iid by which he w asreci ived
1 the honours.
I lis Excellent y i ted the
Guard land, ex
. his ph asure at the sol
dierl | I men
II |.- driving
past, the Gu a ain saluted.
After I cei the
Guard w n Bay
its, and 1
Parliamenl 5
to the Barrai
HON. HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY
I he House mi I yesti rdaj at
half pa t twt ve and aftei
His
I .... 1 Governor in the
1 C uncil when tl
16 was dul)
': -
The 2nd Co itingent was the
i Juard "ill '.Hi- Excel
ining
of the Hous '"""
ly pi ; :'
their evolutions
Id have
. oldei sol
It is evidi nt that I
care has b en givi 1 to Hie
training of tin se men, and the
eatesl credit is due to Com
mandant Cn We
cruiting C be
proud of the C "t.
W, .ill publi
. >n to l'L \< i I 'AY Tin
.1 . next.
part ol ; ittei is well
in Ii 11.1 and il w ill not I"1 oui
fault if 11 'I ""- "
rs of that
have not \et come w ill I e In ttei
late Hi in nevi r.
] Lei us all unite and make
Thui '
I for our hi
for the war.

The Motor "I 1 I; ''
v fui Nassau
., 1
BLI\G D1\Y !
25th Nov., 191 i
Embarkation of the and
Bahamas Contingent to Ja-
ca en route to Engl
pi r Jamaican S< boon* r "E.
M. Zellars" and B mian
S ho m 1 "Sarah E. Doug-
1 "
PROGRAMME.
7 A.M.
( itizens are requested to
bi gin to display <'! 11"'
Flag, and other decorations
al :. eir bu >in< - pli ces and
lei
The Flag will be raised al
Raw si in Squan hen the
National Anthem will lie
sung and a half hour < on-
cerl given, and at
7 5 A.M.
1 hour con-
1 nt will be given on the
mound al the ne Re
t ion < ir< lunds, South of Gov-
ernmenl Housi by tin I
1 in Vblunti. Ci met Band.
A.M.
Flag sellers will meel at
Raws* n Square to reci ive
their flags ; di coi iti tl aul -
. mobiles and otln r vehicles
will hi re.
lo |0 A.M.
An oration on The Flag
will be di livi r< d by Mr. 11.
C. Chrisi ie. lli> Excellen-
\ th (i ivernor will be pre
SI lit.
1 I A M.
Flag sellers will disp
and c^\> r the ( itj and Sll
burbs, and n ip a rich bar
v est for the Bahamas Con
tingent Fund.
Those ladies who have ki
ied to sell flags on I
Hay will please call 01
our office sometime toi
for the flags and bad|
they will be requeste
:o;
We would remind oui 1
of the entertainment <
n by the 3rd Bahan
uts in St. Matthews S
in at o'clock this evening.
. M.
I id I a h a 1 n a s C o n 1
it will man h to R iwson
Squ
3. 30 P.M.
'I lie l ontingenl will cm
bark and start on llieii mo
im ii'. ms vo\ age.
4. 3O P M.
Flag sellers v. ill p ;
Mr. I.. (',. I)upuch, I ditor
"Tril nine", the ami Hint re
bv tin in, fi which
gi- 11 1 ipi
nt thf Ba eg '' Shi d. Is

Radiograms
November 23rd, 1915.
Paris:The Montenegn
Mil.tie states that part 1
Serbian army has retreat'
Montenegro, ioinin M ne-
gran troops. Tht 1 t of Sei
-s were attt
I 1 .dav.
London:Th
;m published yest
ol Amerii ^1
1 rard and men 1
staff relath
of British prison
tenberg, German)
apparently regarded
ersas criminals. 1
1 in ihecamp, of wl
British. Among tl
i( had overcoat- Hie G
use police dogs
night.The pritom rs com| Ii
that the dogs wi :
and tore their clothes.
Ci penhagen:- It
that Zeppelin Num r 1
ved by an
Wi dni sday at Tondern.l
n were kill d.
Tarantox, Italy.- \
of the And na wa
lied near here. It
ed tluiicen bodi
iens.It is reporl
i ntente Po
. ] ired an ecom
. ial blockad. .1 Gi
:o:
33rd Novi
London, sand,
( i \ 1 1 nor,
Bahamas
ftcial N. s: In
Dardanelles two Britisl
ies successfully nltn<
1 he railway etation nearEi
One pilot was
n by the em nv
was rescued
y by the otlu 1 pilot
I the Anzac zone
! ,1 on the 1 il ;"
parl 'if ili<--. 1
md wi H km


(Continued from first page)
ed and the Kussove Plateau,
where the Serbjajis expected to
mahe a last desperate resistance,
apparently is open to the iuva
The fall of Monastir has not
n < onfirmed and accordingly
to latest information Ihe Serbi
ans are advancing thence to
I the Bulgarians bul
red as il is.from |
i nt quarters, Babuna Pass, i
Ki is slight |
lity of ii holding out in
the Bulgarians mal il at
U mpt to take it.
An Austro (i. rman army is i n
Hi 1> irder of Novipazar and are
approaching Pristina. Thus
old Serbia-as it existed I
the last two Balkan wars is
completely overrun by hostile
Paris, 96th: -The PATRISof
Uhi ns says it has obtained from
the French Minister to Gri
an interview setting forth the
i >< i nt attitude of the Entente
Powers towards that nation.
This interview as forwarded
by the I lavas Agency contains
the assertion that the diploma
tic negotiations are not being
conducted with a view to intei
< ntion in the wai by Gi
continues: "The Entente
P< wers offen il Greece the op
portunity -of particij ating in
the victory and the fruitful har
Greece declined. The
Allied Powers which have be
a and ten million
men at their disposal will gain
their victory without (in i
The only thing they asl: is that
(ire ce shall maintain (he hen
evolent neutral it) she promisi d,
and accord the facilities
- d The1 ErVtente Po* ers
thi Iter that the op
lunil \ tb f I i i i ce any
iible assistant e as they have
e'past. The situation
is simply this let each be faith
ful to the promisi s made and
all difficulties will be avoided".
TENDERS' will 1)'- re-
i i i\ i(J by Mr. K. (i.
Malcolm up to 30th
inst. for the purchase of the
[ling House No. 15 Marl-
borough Street Western Di-
t.
I he righf of rejecting all
or any of the t> 11 lers is held.
We Want To Help
The
Washerwoman
At The New York House
and 0
Isaiah Sweeting
up East
Sunlight So p per har
Lightning S ..
()i tagi m Si 11 ..
Tovvi Si iap 5 cts 11 11
Br< iwn v ii
2nd Bahamas
Contingent
IT is probable thai tin
gent will be leavii
fur Jamaica at the latt r pi
November.
The Recruiting C"
appeals to the iblic
for warm vests I
these may be sent I
inai d 0 at the Bai
racks.
It is ex|
will arrive in 1
winter and this
(unit) ol
lation i>r the lojal manni r in
which tin for-
te their King and
I try.
R. II. C. CR WVI ORD,
Chairman,
Re ru i I i n Co m m
Quarry Stone
For Sale.
s
Aim lift; l'>. SuttoM
10 1 t Street.
T. M. KNOWLES
528 Bay Street.
IS now prej iared to supply
Rubber Tin for Babies
( also to n '. and
repair them.
Sati >fai tion (iuaranti 1 d.
3rd Bahamas Boy Scouts
A First Class
Entertainment
Tuesday, 23rd November
8 p. m.
S t. M a t I r o o m
2s. (w I
Other seat! is. (blue ti 1
I d. pinl ticl
NOTICE
THE enl lock in 11
1 late R. I.. Will
is being dispo I
ly redui ed pi it has
h' en di 1 idi d to 1 own
the busim ss in llu <.. 11 \ |
of January.
In the meant ime 1 he undi r
ned is prepared to ren
offers fi ir the ] iurcl I 1 he
le or any part thi n 1 if.
I ne a ul gel youi C
CHEAP.
An opp 'unity no 1 >n<
shoul
No r< asonable offi r reft
PHILIP A I Rl O 1
In:' Ci editors.
^a>
Xmas
Cards
WE ARE printing Xmas
Cj ; in all styles and
pn pared to take further
Be up-to-date and
1 have your crads pi inti d a
s 'i .-. 1 udd like them.
Our pi are; 4 shillin
di'/., 1 >r lei for lai
quantil
We alsi 1 print initials in
1 letter-- on w rilin
le and in xpi n
.'
____^
T5he
Imperial
Orchestra
1
D1 ;gs 1
D and tin
that 1 Mb
latesl
1! ii. 5, parties,
1 lainments, an I 1
'
I I 1 ins
!
: e M l*hos. W
l.uiin. Nlarlbon I ml
C. McPhers n, \ I lei '
W< ir, IV I Id! Ro
Look!
Aim-
r\ aiu
NOTICE
ESIAN We
s sunk
pumps fitted, and
plumbing done by
\V.\I. M< KINNEY.
(.'In rstii St.
F r r :; : 1 i't tasti
a wi II cooked 1
I'vi in N
.'.' tssauWan: 1
11 i m l l ;;
I :
Foreign r:
Naasauvian: Try him on
and you will try hi
alv\ 1
All are welcome: C e no
if;
'
Na sau ever |
Williams' Shoas Are otter


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