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'PHONE MO. I. oil.BKKT DUPDCH, OKI'lel. cornr swriey & charlotte St* I we are inclined to think that I we have improved. Help us to furtlier improvement. PUBLISHED DAILY —;<>: — RATES Tomorrow another G Monday, Wedneri.y and Friday' 1 .' Day will be Written ill Mngiecopy j,! theCalendei ol this ancient I Thursday -tingle copy id Saturday tingle copj c %  However, looking back at I their Excellencies kindly cour the ist issue ofoui paper and I Jesy which will long be a pleas at our last Saturpay's issue klv Montbly 1 1 latterly ... H Yearly... d i i i6d %  ,-. is, PAYABLE IN ADV INC v pt ice pet line 1 i % %  ertion ; am e y per line foi Mibtq i XCbc Grfbune WEDNSDAY. November 24. 191 "i and loyal i olony of the Bahama Fomorrow we emphasize "in loyalty and patriotism by sending from our slion s our 2nd Contingent, a largei • m than that we si nt but a few ing remembrance td them, The Police Band furnished the music which enlivened the time. The Governoi 's Pip< r %  • % %  as in evidence and attracted ;i good deal of attention to himsell his music. The ui I) inity of their I lent j w ill sure!) si cure fi it them Hi!most kindly regard of the le. — :o Elsi publish the i .HI line : • i While we do not expecl I realize .-ill we hopi d foi ,yel liii^ht ,'iinl chei i f ul • %  I when I e in mmj places mayhaps I I %  fight .i: l le, so is it too i h foi '.! %  bi hind to cl them mi theii \\ i rrow lei us all with a %  ago to take its place in r e a l1 we hoped r 2 el we the army of the Empire. iicipate a successful effort to • %  •I help (mi our Bahamas C "iitin rhisconduc on our part ,, „', Fund and to make the last is pregnant with results in the da al ,,,„ ,„,.,,,. future; happily we did not Irt our opp 'i i i mii j go by to prove our loyalty. r !" ^ !" """ All honour to the nun who .... have come fi ii ward voluntai i... Ill ;:".' 1 Wl11 n ssue of lyand formed this contin J1 "-' rnbui ow. mav t h credit to I n J d *J the Tribune own'ourlc | -ill 1 >, centred Pletes the twelth year of its upon t hemai a il existem ,, igood hi arl mi k< tin \ , heir career most anxioi i As we look ba. k upon ll ne of us bul ., .,/ '" "" boyssta I n riod rilled with anxietv tous voyage, lei i J UJUC Y. they maj return to th eirf .,,,,. ;„ .i,,,, ,,. ind WOrrv and killei lv i > i tnters ring in un n eais the siistu, • .; 1,,l " > ho lurs to their c leai I iher. 1S ' irrepar(;redit JJJ? 8 "* h e demise of ou. wishlhemG I cd, Mr. 1 ; Bain the ne j" , w< a 'most wonder a pleasant voyage and a good member lor And; :. his h ;; v V v, „ a l (l lh time. in the H, I V .ema le one m the journey ol We feel, nay ly on Monday, heqtiered life; however thatnotasii fthem are here and we are deterwill show the white feather mined with Gods help and when th i*c ••••%- ucen requ eip or our fellow-, itizens that th. y ill pn i lealh to the G v. rnor I late I %  I tg forward. d,.honour. ing additional > In the psrt we h ive b en ..__ lions to the Moi n \ gu:lty of many offences of have be. m eh d to the commission and omission but -^'" < ion unique in the 23rd instant inclusive: — w ithal we ha\ e had 1 v. r besocial his! lore us, the public good, the wafi the Garden part; >dof themany in pn I rem e ye s t er da y in Go nl to the gaodof a few. House grounds by His I xcel In the fn! ure we are deter'en j Governmenl and mined -to be worthy of the Mrs. Allardyce to the 2nd patronage of our friends, and Bahamas Contingent, v they on their part will, we several hundred ; of all trust.continue to us in larger classes met undei perl ll measure thesupport they have Ci '' %  before us in the shape of their Their I iesand their advertisements theirsubscrip assistants were mosl a duous tions, remembering that it 0 lhe,r e t a Tt t to m ? ke evcry Nov ** %  much more fray mat^ J. !" ^Jf Embarkation of'the and to produce a penny paper'J^^ ***„ u Bahamas Conti, nl .0 | '' takes to produce a The bovs ,, f ,, lf c maica en route to England loar and strange to say with their relatives and friends pe' Inmnican Schooner "E. 1; penny loal is the more evidently i themselves M Zellars" and Bahamian ,,li v P>d tor. and doubtless highly appreciate'Schooner "Lady Shae." :o:— BRiTISH RED CROSS. We ha ve been re. 11 \' I'P \ iously ack now ledged |. Mr. I he. iphilus Mana • > 1 Mr. & Mrs H, I'.. M. I 5 5 0 £ %  2595 j6 — :o:— BLJiQ D_^Y PROGRAMME. 7 A..\t. Citizen are requited to I 1 gin the display of I h. g, and other decorations at their busim SS plai es and deuce. I he Flag w ill be raised at Rawson Square, when the Nat ional Anthem u ill be Sung and a half hour c< MIcert given, and at ', 1 A three quai tei hour c incert will be given on the mound at the new RecreaII Gn Hinds, S. uth ol (iovernm. .it House, bj the Bast\'i ilunteei C. irnel Band. 10 A.M. FI I III Is Will meet at Rawson Square to their flag : di corated automol and 1 ither vi hides will al ible tin re. Ii 1. ; A.M. An oratii >n on The Flag 1 ill be delivi n d by Mr. II. ^ Ci His Excel! 1 y the ( i t\ i m 11 will be pn nt. 11 \ Flag sellers will d J^ e ei the city and su i.i n ap .1 rich foi the Bahamas Con [1 nl Fund. 3 P.M. : I Bahamas Contin 1 w dl inarch to Rawson ire. J. 30 P.M. I lie Contingent will em and start on theii mo II tous vi 1 430P.M. N. j %  ers will pay ovei i" Mr. I.. G. 1 hipuch, Editoi I'ribune", the amount re I them, for whii h thej will I), given a receipt .•it the Baggage Shi d, Kin Wharf. — :o: Flags for Flag Daj will not •Id uniil the tune appoint ed at Rawson Sq. 11 n m. lomo 1 iw. —:o,' — TO OWNERS OF MOTOR BOATS. You are asked to give n hand al tow ing the ' | cms peits" out through the Kasl toin..now (Thurday) afternoon. 'All who ;uc willine to assist 1



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will kindly 'phone or notifj the Commandant t his ofE e. R. II. C. CRAWFORD, Chairing, Ri cruiting Commit tee. Nassau, 25th Nov. 1915. A CARD OF THANKS. Bahamas Progressive League %  to offer thank* to the ladies and gentlemen, who 50 kindly assisted, in entertaining th Ba hamas 2nd Contingent 1 II. S. BOWEN (Se ty. S. H. TINKER [Pn Radiograms 23rd Npverobei, 1 115. I'II is, 22: I lava Athens respondent confirms the i" port that the Entente Powers have declared a mm blockade af < irei 1 e. An anni mncemenl issui I the Bril ition al Athens is gi. en .is folio "Bi IUS i of ill" attitude taken b\ the Hellenic go< 1 it in regard I rtain q iesl ion touching 1 I the irity and i I ti>liicl> the Allied troops have the rights un ler the conditions o| theii di iembai kali n on 1 1 -ek ten itory, the Allied Powei deemed It neceis iry lo take ( HI t H in nMMUfes which will ha v e die effect <>f susp ing the econ >mic and ( ial facilities whii li irei e has I eived from them hi 1 It is n< >l i ite intention of the Allied Powers to 1 mstrain I I e to abandon her neul it\ to maintain w hit h, in I is thebi guarant e 1 if In r • •". Ion, 21: Die E \ have de n inde 1 that with ihem to fulfill 1 ly obiignlions to Si nd to impress King i'ii 1 .: %  : 11 f me HI what t hi ay t he A11 ies h a < I I a 1 I .1 1 11 nercial bin kade of the Hell mi Empire, ling to Athens despatches. VV ishington, 21 : Preside il Wilson will pul asi le \ irtually all other public business this k tod il his time lo his jrd annual m ss 1 e to congn ss, which he plans to read pei HI ally at .1 joint meeting of the sen ite ad house on I >eci mbi r 71I1 (ieneva, 21: Unoffii 1 il d s patches from Lnib ich, Austria, say that the fortifications ol Gorizia have been almost d troyed by the Italian artillery. 1 i, 21:— The Zep pi in 18, destroyed by an explos ion at Tondern, Prussia, hail made only a single trip west ward of the Island of Sylt. Tokio, 21: In view of alarmist rumours concerning the Empress a mi 1 if ial statement was ierting that she is in |" rfe< t health. B 1 lin, -": I eli grams from 1 (ate that 1 )jemal Pasha, commander of the Turk ish forces in S)ria has 1 thai I liefs of two Tui I Is be hanged for the ill treatment of Ai menians. —:o:— November 24th, 1915 London 22nd, < Jovi rnor, Bahamas. lb a i iits only artil: lery duels. Russia reports that the G rman • 1 n forced back Wi t "I I >vinsk. Ni ar Styr Ru isians r< captured I'll 11 • 1 ; ysk, li,il\ reports important sue%  'ii Isi m zo front 1 ••• pi 1 i.illv N01 iln\est of Gori 0 /1.1, about Goo prisi mi rs b< ing 1 u red. In Serbia Novsbazar has falli i!. Enemy armies claim many ; rs. (Signed) B INAR LAW. Pali 1 mo, Italy:— Stromboli 1 ano eruption is of serious pro] nd tin' island i ition are flei ing. Romi : Italian tr< tops made imp< >i tanl ad\ am es on I nzo limit and repulsed \ %  1 ian 11 lunter-attaeks. Paris: It is n poiled that the Si I bians won an impi H I ant \ 1 I i rj over the Bulga 1 ians near I 1 skovals on the Nish Saloniki railroad. The Uulgai ians sustained enor mous li' Saloniki: It is rumoured that tin I ntente Allies will %  iblish a war zone around 1 e cutting "ll all sup plies nuK ss Greei e gives a suranee "I mi in aclh e contion with them. London: It is rumoun d that a Turkish transport hav ins 5 soldiers on board was sunk by a mine. Neai ly all on board were lost. The GL< )BE has been per mitted to n ;ume publication after apologizing for erron (-oilrepot I 1 bat Earl Kiti h enei had n signed. TinBritish steamships Hallamshire and Margansii have bi 1 n sunk. The ci of both shi| saved. I' ; lin: — The (i< 1 mans rap lured 2600 additional Serbs. Rome:It 1ret orti d thai I i ; many and Austl ia are asking Roumania to pn ser\ e la r neutrality, and are offer ing n -1 us if Ri lumania will inti rvene with the 0 n tral pow• is. Co] jen: It isi umour ed thai a lai ge Met I 1 >1 Bi itish subm 1: in' recently pa I mi. 1 the Baltic. Washington:— The gun boal Marietta d;. I her am IK >rs dui ing a hea\ \ Ni 11 ther and ran 1 m a n ef at I 'onta Ci 11 fi /. I li mdui ti rday. (iallant wi irk of the ci in placing sheet anchors re suited in savin hip undamaged. November 24th, 1915 London, 11 11 1 1 ial News: Gen French repoi is an 01 ganizi d li nnbardment of In > stile 11 A 1 iei man d u ndamaged. Tin re is ii" special news from Russia or Italy. I in n j .-ei\ .ni. es in Sei bia ( oulinui s. tigned !' %  < NAR LAW. Lond< in: riie Foreign ol states that n Greek ships have n 1 zed or held up in the led King irts and no I 1 c 11 n 1 ( 1 1 1 Saloniki: It is re] rted that the resignation ol Prei iei Skoi rted momi 11 lai il\ on nccounl oft e dil cul een Greeci and < 1 Li itain. Bi rlin: There has bi 1 n 1 able progri ss "f the Bulgai ians Soutle rst of Pristina, and Serb have I captui Th an additional 1 l'n tina and North of Mitrovitza The Austro Germans are advancing and the S< rbians ai : iting with reai guard Par is I s Sei the l ind Mount 7. 1 v ns The i t .al 1 as been iei I near the border. 'I lomatii corps havi Montenegro. Ri mi 100 I 1 v the • /ashing away ol a bridge over the Salsi I. Licata, Sicily. Columbus, < re 1 and 1 two injured last night w hen a train col |i iSSi 1 .ni K All the show burnt d to death. New York: I today ol the raai burg American any and thn ..ed with 1 1 Tin' governmi ni Idress assert Boy Ed, < ii Attach.', din %  neutral vessi Is to convi %  and ns for (iei man 1 a in tin Atlantii ai d Pi ust 1914. The Governi the conspirai j ex I Philadel| J leae Si 1 I I nsel for the d> tl.it the defend; Is and supplied twelve White Lime I WI offering FOR SALE my < ntire stock of White Lime df aboul 800 u • 1. per bushel. Orders left at Mr. S Finlayson, Deveaux St. Phone .: ;8 01 "The I ribi : Office. JolAII RAH Advertise in 1 he Tribune.



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ret page) ^^ John s, Peter Sweeting, Samuel f 8 J'yden, Jose,,!, 7o McLeod, Claudius g g*. Emmanuel /gahming, Joseph 76 Jones, Wil|, aia 77 Manna, IVIVV \i„ 79 Major, Jan.es 8 S" mbe r s Alexander J,.r....t. Herbert H. *J Can,,. hell. William 4 Russell, Hilton $ S ,l "-'-P. Km.nanuol 8 7Antrob us Christopl ,,\'" l '"n>. F r (!t Iif ., c !" ung, Oscar n? r' l i r %  %  % %  " "' v ;ch, Alfred I* Mos,, William 93 Booncf. Osborne A. w J 08 wck, Thomas H Sweet, nfir Lacitas V Kinder, Cubel 2 J oh "son, Charles £*t SA sw - c •> 04 McKenzie, George O We Want To Heln I 5 The • ' Washerwoman At The New York House and *Isaiah Sweeting up East er I Sunlight Soap Lightning Soap Octagon Soap [owe; Soap Brown Soap 2nd Bahamas Contingent 6 cis pej bar 6 cts 6 cts .5 (Is " -icts " 1 Kemp, Harold ?" ab,e " Proceed on account of illness. Look! Foreigner, -j haven't tasted f. w e cooked meal since I w been in Nassau. ^^-Haveyou ever • %  , s;,;,( Roberta on Last Bay St. ? Foreigner:— S <>. Nassauvian: Try and you always. A" are welcome: -Come noj 11 v ; ,u want to taste the cook.ng of the best cook Nassau ever produced r 's probable that the Contin .f" f will be 1, aVinglffi" for Jamaica at the latter part of November. The Recruitjng Committee a P Dea,s to ^ general p ub ij c ; ,r warm Vests for the men" i t h ese may be sent to the Com roandanfs Office al the n racks. r jj is expected that the. w ' %  m wn England during wrnte, and this appeal w ;fi ;' 11 "" 1 'heir friends an oppor "'"•> %  • showing ,1,,,-r,,', ,.'. %  : ;."!• ,; if theloyal manner in which the men have come for ward .0 serve their King and Country. R. H. C.CRAWFORD Chairman, Recruiting Comm Quarry Stone For Sale. Si e ARTHUR 11. SUTTON 10 Easi Streel iXmas Cards ;kg^R* to t.li further rs '"' up-to-date and have vuu 'crads printed as y" would like them ,„. , 1 r ,n ;": I shillings '" ,, : / '"• 'ess For laree. quantities. )Vi aJso Print initials 1 f? lette !" on writing paper 5JT appropriate and inexpen 1V Xmas Dresents. e Imperial Orchestra I that K., generaI n i,b, ''3 ; t l al 1 ': ; "" equipped with I ,at est music for modenj a anc es, garden parties, and entertainments, and is ffl I ""'"""' to accepi engage m ents at short notice. rirS reasonable. For further SS l;u ;; s 1 M '-^ Thos P vv r^arlboroughSt.Saml. NOTICE |T"HE entire stock in hade sbe, "g disposed of at great V "' d ;''" 11 P rices it has theh.fC,ded t0 c losedown I '" s,ness " the early part 01 Janti y, %  %  Fn the meantime the under;f""' Prepared to receive offers for the purchase of the w, i ,e or any part thereof Com eand get 3 U1 Christmas shoes CHEAP ^"opportunity ni*on. s ""til(l mi-'-. ^reasonable offer refused 1 ••"-•' %  IhTCreditors. T 1 KNOWLES Bay Street. tO Supply S now prepared Ru ^oer Tires for Bab'ies ENDERS will be re ce.yed by Mr. K. (J. Malcolm 11/, to 10th d n 'i„ for th u e Purchase ofC ^"gh Street Western !D,V '"' right of rejecting ora y of the tenders is held Johnson's Artistic Wood Finishes Jolinson's l'renr.l u. 1 -i-t. .,..!, .r.i'f.h'rl,*",","" r"^"f >rk and rf...,V, f ""ntu,e Johnson', v nder V' rl '" 11 v.iniisii ' '" tnell 1 1 TOR SAl.K BV ^-has. E. Carriages, also to reset repair them. ' Satisfaction Guaranteed Advertise in he Tribui Wllll-m.Shoes Are Better NOTICE ARTESIAN Wells ;""' Pumps fitt e < Plumbing done by M. McKINNEY. Christie St. sunk and



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Trst pdge) 'John Peter Sweeting, Samuel 7 MoMy, Clarence M Blyden, Joseph 6$ Sauoders, Jeremiah 70 McLeod, Claudius 7' Ash, Emmanui I 72 Rabming, Joseph 73 Brown Samuel 74 Rolle, Theodore 7.5 Roker, Napoleon 76 Jones, William 77 Hnna, Percy Alexander 70 Uarke. Japheth 79 Major, James s Armbrister, Ersjnn • s Chambers, Alexander a (.rant. Herbert II 83 Campbell, William *4 Russell, Hilton 85 Sturrup, Emmanuel ' Minns, BIUI e \ 8 7 Antrobus, Christoph. (Corpl | 88 Moultrie, Frederick '9 11 mi %  (iscar 90 Poiiier, James 91 Weech, Alfred J Moss, William 93 Bo .ni s, Osborne A. ''I Bostwick, Thomas II. Swi eting, Lacitas %  '' Fernander, Cubel '7 Johnson, Charles Sands, Arthur \\ Corpl.) I Humes, Samuel 100 Roberts, Chas. Hartman 1 Balfour, William i02 Williams, Ernest E. >"3 Charlton, Daniel ">4 McKenzie, George O. '5 Arthur, James Alexander JoG Mitchell, Robert Alexan der. 0 Kemp, Harold unable to proceed on account of illness. We Want To Help The • Washerwoman At The New York House and ^Isaiah Sweeting up East Sunlight Soap Lightning Soap ()ctagon Si ap Tower Soap Brown Soap 6 cts pec bar 6 cts " 6 cts " 5 cts " 41 Is " Look! Foreigner: I haven't tasted a well cooked meal since I've been in Nassau. Nassauvian: — Have you ever tried Isaac Roberts on East Bay St.? Foreigner: —No. Nassauvian: Try him once' and you will try him always. All are welcome: -Come now, if you want to taste the cooking of the best cook Nassau ever produced. I 2nd Bahamas Contingent j r is probable that the Contin I ^ent will be leaving Nassau for Jamaica at th lattei part of November. The Recruiting Committee appeals to tilt general public fur warm vests for the men: (hi se may be sent to the Com mandant's Office at the Barrai ks. It is expected that the m< n will arriv. 1 in England during winter and this appeal will afford their friends an oppor tunity of showing their apprec iatiuu of the loyal manner in which the men have come forward to serve their King and Count! v. K*.11. C. CRAWFORD, Chairman, Recruiting Committee, 656* Imperial Orchestra] (2-7s.' Violin*, 1 2nd Violin, ViotaM Trap /<>** an I Piano.) DKCiS to inform their friend O and the general publiJ that they are equipped witB .'ill latest music for modern [dances, garden parties, and' 1 entertainments, and is also prepared to accept engagements at short notii e. i (rms | reasonable. For further particulars, si e Messrs. I hos. \V. I.mm, MarlboroughSt.,Saml. C. McPherson, or Walter F. Wi ir, Baillou Hill Road. 7$ Xmas Cards VA/E ARE printing Xmas v V t aids in all styles and are prepared to take further orders. Be up-to-date and have your crads limited as you would like them. Our prices are; i shillings per do/., or less tor lai quantitii s. We also print initials in gord letters on writing paper and envelopes, which makes very appropriate and inexpi n Sive Xmas pn sents NOTICE T HE entne stock in trade of the la!.' I',. E. Williams is hemdispo 1 d of at greatly reduced prices as it has been d< cided to i lose down 1' e business in the earlj part 1 Januai v. In the meantime thp undersigned is prepared to ret eive offers for the purchase of the whole or any part thereof. Conic and' g< I your Christ* shoes CHEAP. An Opportunity nU>t< 1 -foi ihe Creditors. ei .„ Johnson's Paste Wood Filler-f.n lil!'"-' the en.in and pore* of wood 1 %  ie|..uni 1 ; H f.„ ||,e hm-Ji Johnson's Powdered Wax foi bal 1 in Bonn, FOR SALE HV Chas. E. Albtiry NOTICE A R rESIAN Wells sunk *" and pumps fitted, and plumbing done by WM. McKINNEY. Christie -st. Williams' Shoes Are Better



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f-^ Nulllun .Mi.iu, |urar In vtrba me-Kl.t, Beln K bound to .wen.r lo ihe Do,m R of no Master. VOL. VIM. Nnn.au. N.P..Bham. 1> WEDNESDAV. November 24. 1915. PRESENTATION OF COLOURS To 2ND BAHAMAS CONTINGENT No less interesting or impressive was the ceremony of presenting the colours to the and Contingent on Monday afternoon, than was that of nearly three months ago when the is! Contingent received theii i olours. he Contingent man hed ol ' thi Eastern parade at hall past three and were drawn up in line (two deep) along the Southern side ol the Parade ground, Poli< e on the right and left formed three sides of a square B >\ s 9# ts VVl lr lined up, with a brehi h, facing theContingent, and the Daughters of the Empire stood in the *ear of tht Scouts. On the arrivafof His Excellency the (k>< ernor at 4 P "' the Conl ing nl gave the i ustomary honours the Police Band playing the National Anthem. Hi"> Mis I. ll. C. Lofthouse Regent of the Daughters of the Empire i ame forward with I he I lac which she handed to Mrs. Allardyce with the following sp< ech*— Mrs. Allardyce It isagain my privilege (<> requestyou, as Hon. President of The Imperial Order of the Daughters of the Empire to present this flag to the Second Bahamas Contingent on behalf of the Order. It i^ .1 token of their highest esteem to the men who have responded to the compelling call for sacrifice. May they always uphold the glorious traditions of the Colours and remember that they arc fighting to defend their own homes as well as for the honour and libertj ol the Motherland, indeed for the Ire. dom ol the nations. Mrs. All; rdyce then laid the Colours c n the pyramid of drums, when his Lordship the Bishop preceeded by the Mitre came forward and with the Revds. II W. VVeigall M. V. \..l. Browne,and C. Dud|r y La in pe nducting a simple but impressive ceremony alter which the Bishop bl< ssed the flag. 1 he flag party, nine files, advanced to the front, No. i Private Ralph Lot moi e, kneeling b< fore Mis. Allardyce, re eived the flag and remained so while the band played two verses of the hymn "0 God our hely". The flag party then retired to the head of thecolumn, His Excellency then addressed the large assemblage as follows: Men of the Second Bahamas Contingent, Ladies and < ii in lem< n. Although tins is not an occasion for speei h making, I am unable to refrain from saying a few words. The solemn and unusual ceremony we have just witnessi d marks anolhi r mile stone in our Bahamian history. To each and all of you in khaki there has been wafted over the seas the call of the MoIherland; then has arrived that crisis in your lives, when, in a moment, you must de enle and act instantly. Your decision has been to don His Majesty's uniform for the purpose of assisting to free the world fromGerman domination, and you havededicati d your lives a< i ordingly, while the war lasts, to the servii e of your King and your Country. To-day you have taken a most important step, You have publicly and formally accepted the custody of your Empire's Flag, which has been worked for you by our devoted Daughters of the Empire, the Flag that'braved •' thousand years the battle and the breeze',and you have voluntarily, and of your ow n initiative, thereby taken upon yourselves a very great and a very grave responsibility. Foi this same Flag, for this same bit of 'red-wl I and blue" bunting, hundreds ol thousands of our Empire's soldiers and sailors have laid down their lives in the past, while you yourselves, and millions of others, are prePared if needful to follow .hen example. "Nev< i was Me so little" "Never was sea so lone" "But over the 'mud' and the 'pine' trees" "A BritishFlag was flown". After the speech the Governor led in three cheers for the King and the impressive ceremony was over. I he Contingent on the march back to Barracks passed through the grounds of the Hospital. NO. I. %  7 8 9 io n 12 '3 H '5 16 7 18 19 20 21 J2 2 3 24 25 20 2ND BAHAMAS CONTINGENT. ROLL i I.otmore, Ralph (Corporal) 2 rernander, Harold 3 Brooks, T. Jas. (Lance Corporal) 4 Johnson, lleztkiah .5 Gibson, George (> Rose, Charles 27 28 29 30 3' 3- 33 34 35 36 37 38 }9 40 I' 42 t.i II 45 46 47 48 49 50 5' 53 53 51 55 56 57 59 61 62 (>3 Albury, Frederick Major, James Perpall, Arthur Augustus Wilson, Edward I hincombe, Henry Moss, Thomas Deveaux, Josiah Maclure, William Thimote, Joseph Bowe, Lewis Alfred Morrison, Samuel Saunders, Jeremiah Mannings, William A. Smith, Clement Thompson, Laban R. Pyfrom, Herman (Corpl.) Bethel, Charles Bartlett, Chas. L. (Curpl.) Roberts, I lerman Taylor, Chns. E. R. L. Sands, Jas. W. Bnllard, Reginald Walter Millar, Nathaniel Bethel, Richard Forsythe, Charles Dann Hanna, Charles (L. Corpl.) Johnson, Raymond rernander,J. E. H.(L. Corpl) Sands, Robert Henry Sands, Harry Cloyd Craydock, Thomas Simnis, William Mortimer, Kranrfs O. Hanna, Edmund Major, James Ingraham, M.>-,es Thomas Johnson, Jeremiah Bnllard, Joseph Napoleon Bethel. Joseph H. Johnson, Henry Milton Johnson, Allan Sands, Josiah A. (Corpl ) KYrr, Nathaniel Jordan, Wolsev (L. Corpl.) Bell, Alfred Butcher, HenryGood man, John Marshall, John Smith, Herbert (L. Corpl.) Smith, Benjamin Thompson, Jas. A. Johnson, Charles Storr, ErsWfl Sweeting, Daniel William Higgs, William Butler, Alexander Continued on 4th page Wear Armbrister's Shoes


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Nulllun .Mi.iu, |urar In vtrba me-Kl.t,
BelnK bound to .wen.r lo ihe Do,mR, of no Master.
VOL. VIM.
Nnn.au. N.P..Bham.1> WEDNESDAV. November 24. 1915.
Presentation Of
Colours To
2nd Bahamas
Contingent
No less interesting or im-
pressive was the ceremony of
presenting the colours to the
and Contingent on Monday
afternoon, than was that of
nearly three months ago when
the is! Contingent received
theii i olours.
! he Contingent man hed
ol" ' thi Eastern parade at
hall past three and were
drawn up in line (two deep)
along the Southern side ol
the Parade ground, Poli< e on
the right and left formed
three sides of a square B >\
s9#ts VVl lr lined up, with a
brehi h, facing theContingent,
and the Daughters of the
Empire stood in the *ear of
tht Scouts.
On the arrivafof His Ex-
cellency the (k>< ernor at 4
P "' the Conl ing nl gave the
i ustomary honours the Police
Band playing the National
Anthem.
Hi"> Mis I. ll. C. Loft-
house Regent of the Daugh-
ters of the Empire i ame for-
ward with I he I lac which
she handed to Mrs. Allardyce
with the following sp< ech*
Mrs. Allardyce
It isagain my privilege (<>
requestyou, as Hon. Presi-
dent of The Imperial Order of
the Daughters of the Empire
to present this flag to the
Second Bahamas Contingent
on behalf of the Order.
It i^ .1 token of their high-
est esteem to the men who
have responded to the com-
pelling call for sacrifice.
May they always uphold
the glorious traditions of the
Colours and remember that
they arc fighting to defend
their own homes as well as
for the honour and libertj ol
the Motherland, indeed for
the Ire. dom ol the nations.
Mrs. All; rdyce then laid
the Colours c n the pyramid of
drums, when his Lordship the
Bishop preceeded by the
Mitre came forward and with
the Revds. II W. VVeigall M.
V. \..l. Browne,and C. Dud-
|r y La in pe.....nducting a
simple but impressive cere-
mony alter which the Bishop
bl< ssed the flag.
1 he flag party, nine files,
advanced to the front, No. i
Private Ralph Lot moi e,
kneeling b< fore Mis. Allar-
dyce, re eived the flag and re-
mained so while the band
played two verses of the hymn
"0 God our hely". The flag
party then retired to the head
of thecolumn, His Excellency
then addressed the large as-
semblage as follows:
Men of the Second Baha-
mas Contingent, Ladies and
< ii in lem< n.
Although tins is not an oc-
casion for speei h making, I
am unable to refrain from
saying a few words. The
solemn and unusual ceremo-
ny we have just witnessi d
marks anolhi r mile stone in
our Bahamian history. To
each and all of you in khaki
there has been wafted over
the seas the call of the Mo-
Iherland; then has arrived
that crisis in your lives, when,
in a moment, you must de
enle and act instantly. Your
decision has been to don His
Majesty's uniform for the
purpose of assisting to free
the world fromGerman domi-
nation, and you havededica-
ti d your lives a< i ordingly,
while the war lasts, to the
servii e of your King and your
Country.
To-day you have taken a
most important step, You
have publicly and formally
accepted the custody of your
Empire's Flag, which has
been worked for you by our
devoted Daughters of the
Empire, the Flag that'braved
' thousand years the battle
and the breeze',and you have
voluntarily, and of your ow n
initiative, thereby taken up-
on yourselves a very great
and a very grave responsibi-
lity.
Foi this same Flag, for
this same bit of 'red-wl I
and blue" bunting, hundreds
ol thousands of our Empire's
soldiers and sailors have laid
down their lives in the past,
while you yourselves, and
millions of others, are pre-
Pared if needful to follow
.hen example.
"Nev< i was Me so little"
"Never was sea so lone"
"But over the 'mud' and
the 'pine' trees"
"A BritishFlag was flown".
After the speech the Gov-
ernor led in three cheers for
the King and the impressive
ceremony was over.
I he Contingent on the
march back to Barracks pass-
ed through the grounds of
the Hospital.
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2ND BAHAMAS CONTINGENT.
ROLL
i I.otmore, Ralph (Corporal)
2 rernander, Harold
3 Brooks, T. Jas. (Lance Cor-
poral)
4 Johnson, lleztkiah
.5 Gibson, George
(> Rose, Charles
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62
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Albury, Frederick
Major, James
Perpall, Arthur Augustus
Wilson, Edward
I hincombe, Henry
Moss, Thomas
Deveaux, Josiah
Maclure, William
Thimote, Joseph
Bowe, Lewis Alfred
Morrison, Samuel
Saunders, Jeremiah
Mannings, William A.
Smith, Clement
Thompson, Laban R.
Pyfrom, Herman (Corpl.)
Bethel, Charles
Bartlett, Chas. L. (Curpl.)
Roberts, I lerman
Taylor, Chns. E. R. L.
Sands, Jas. W.
Bnllard, Reginald Walter
Millar, Nathaniel
Bethel, Richard
Forsythe, Charles Dann
Hanna, Charles (L. Corpl.)
Johnson, Raymond
rernander,J. E. H.(L. Corpl)
Sands, Robert Henry
Sands, Harry Cloyd
Craydock, Thomas
Simnis, William
Mortimer, Kranrfs O.
Hanna, Edmund
Major, James
Ingraham, M.>-,es Thomas
Johnson, Jeremiah
Bnllard, Joseph Napoleon
Bethel. Joseph H.
Johnson, Henry Milton
Johnson, Allan
Sands, Josiah A. (Corpl )
KYrr, Nathaniel
Jordan, Wolsev (L. Corpl.)
Bell, Alfred
Butcher, Henry-
Good man, John
Marshall, John
Smith, Herbert (L. Corpl.)
Smith, Benjamin
Thompson, Jas. A.
Johnson, Charles
Storr, ErsWfl
Sweeting, Daniel William
Higgs, William
Butler, Alexander
Continued on 4th page
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'PHONE MO.
I. oil.BKKT DUPDCH,
OKI'lel.
cornr swriey & charlotte St* I we are inclined to think that
I we have improved. Help us
to furtlier improvement.
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Monday, Wedneri.y and Friday- '1'.' Day will be Written ill
Mngiecopy........ j,! theCalendei ol this ancient
I Thursday -tingle copy id
Saturday tingle copj c
However, looking back at I their Excellencies kindly cour
the ist issue ofoui paper and I Jesy which will long be a pleas
at our last Saturpay's issue
klv
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11 latterly ...
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i i
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v pt ice pet line
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XCbc Grfbune
WEDNSDAY. November 24. 191 "i
and loyal i olony of the Baha-
ma
Fomorrow we emphasize
"in loyalty and patriotism by
sending from our slion s our
2nd Contingent, a largei m
than that we si nt but a few
ing remembrance td them,
The Police Band furnished
the music which enlivened the
time.
The Governoi 's Pip< r as in
evidence and attracted ;i good
deal of attention to himsell
his music.
The ui I) inity of their I
lent j w ill sure!) si cure fi it them
Hi!- most kindly regard of the
le.
:o
Elsi publish the
. i .hiline : i
While we do not expecl I
realize .-ill we hopi d foi ,yel
liii^ht ,'iinl chei iful
I
when I e in mmj
places mayhaps I I
fight
.i: l le, so is it too i h foi
'.! bi hind to cl
them mi theii \\ i
rrow lei us all with a
ago to take its place in r.eal1 we hoped, .r,2el we
the army of the Empire. iicipate a successful effort to
I help (mi our Bahamas C "iitin
. rhisconduc on our part ,, ', Fund and to make the last
is pregnant with results in the da al ,,, ,,.,,,.
future; happily we did not
Irt our opp 'i iimii j go by to
prove our loyalty.
r^""" All honour to the nun who
.... have come fi ii ward voluntai i-
... Ill;:".'1 Wl11 n ssue of lyand formed this contin
J1"-' rnbui ow. mavth credit to I
nJd*J the Tribune own- 'ourlc | -ill 1 >, centred
Pletes the twelth year of its uponthemai 'ail "
existem ,, igood hi arl mi k< tin
\ heir career most anxioi i .
As we look ba. k upon ll ne of us bul ., .,/ '" "" boyssta I n
riod rilled with anxietv tous voyage, lei
. i j"ujucy. they maj return to th eirf .,,,,. ; .i,,,, ,,.
ind WOrrv and killei lv i > i tnters ring in un n eais
the siistu, .; .1,,l""> ho lurs to their cleai I iher.
. 1S ' irrepar- (;redit
JJJ?8'"* he demise of ou. wishlhemG I cd, Mr. 1 ; Bain the ne .
j" w<' a'most wonder a pleasant voyage and a good member lor And; :. his
.h;;vVv, "al,"(l lh time. in the H, I V .em-
a le one m the journey ol We feel, nay ly on Monday,
heqtiered life; however thatnotasii fthem
are here and we are deter- will show the white feather
mined with Gods help and when th i*c %- ucen requ
eip or our fellow-, itizens that th. y ill pn i lealh to the G v. rnor I late I I
tg forward. d,.honour. ing additional >
In the psrt we h ive b en ..__ lions to the Moi n \
gu:lty of many offences of have be. m eh d to the
commission and omission but -^'" < ion unique in the 23rd instant inclusive:
w ithal we ha\ e had 1 v. r be- social his!
lore us, the public good, the wafi the Garden part;
>dof themany in pn I rem e yes t er da y in Go nl
to the gaodof a few. House grounds by His I xcel
In the fn! ure we are deter- 'en j Governmenl and
mined -to be worthy of the Mrs. Allardyce to the 2nd
patronage of our friends, and Bahamas Contingent, v
they on their part will, we several hundred ; of all
trust.continue to us in larger classes met undei perl ll
measure thesupport they have Ci''
before us in the shape of their Their I iesand their
advertisements theirsubscrip assistants were mosl a duous
tions, remembering that it !0.lhe,r etaTtt,to m?ke evcry Nov
** much more fray mat- ^ J.^Jf Embarkation of'the and
to produce a penny paper'J^^ *** u Bahamas Conti, nl .0 |
'' takes to produce a The bovs ,,f ,,lf, c maica en route to England
loar and strange to say with their relatives and friends pe' Inmnican Schooner "E.
1;" penny loal is the more evidently i themselves M Zellars" and Bahamian
,,li.v P>d tor. and doubtless highly appreciate'Schooner "Lady Shae."
:o:
BRiTISH RED CROSS.
We ha ve been re. 11 \'
I'p \ iously ack
now ledged |.
Mr. I he. iphilus Man-
a > 1
Mr. & Mrs H, I'..
M. I 5 5 0
2595 j- 6
:o:
BLJiQ D_^Y
PROGRAMME.
7 A..\t.
Citizen are requited to
I 1 gin the display of I h.
! g, and other decorations
at their busim SS plai es and
deuce.
I he Flag w ill be raised at
Rawson Square, when the
Nat ional Anthem u ill be
Sung and a half hour c< mi-
cert given, and at
', 1
A three quai tei hour c in-
cert will be given on the
mound at the new Recrea-
II Gn Hinds, S. uth ol (iov-
ernm. .it House, bj the Bast-
\'i ilunteei C. irnel Band.
10 A.M.
FI I III Is Will meet at
Rawson Square to
their flag : di corated auto-
mol and 1 ither vi hides
will al ible tin re.
Ii 1. ; a.m.
An oratii >n on The Flag1
ill be delivi n d by Mr. II.
^ Ci His Excel!
1 y the (i t\ i m 11 will be pn
nt.
11 \
Flag sellers will d J^ e
ei the city and su
. i.i n ap .1 rich '
foi the Bahamas Con
[1 nl Fund.
3 P.M.
: I Bahamas Contin
1 w dl inarch to Rawson
ire.
J. 30 P.M.
I lie Contingent will em
and start on theii mo
II tous vi 1
430P.M.
N. j - ers will pay ovei
i" Mr. I.. G. 1 hipuch, Editoi
" I'ribune", the amount re
I them, for whii h
thej will I), given a receipt
.it the Baggage Shi d, Kin
Wharf.
:o:
Flags for Flag Daj will not
Id uniil the tune appoint
ed at Rawson Sq. 11 n m. lomo
1 iw.
:o,'
TO OWNERS OF MOTOR
BOATS.
You are asked to give n
hand al tow ing the ' | cms
peits" out through the Kasl to-
in..now (Thurday) afternoon.
'All who ;uc willine to assist
1


will kindly 'phone or notifj the
Commandant t his ofE e.
R. II. C. CRAWFORD,
Chairing, Ri cruiting Commit
tee.
Nassau,
25th Nov. 1915.
A CARD OF THANKS.
Bahamas Progressive League
to offer thank* to the ladies
and gentlemen, who 50 kindly
assisted, in entertaining th Ba
hamas 2nd Contingent
1 II. S. BOWEN (Se ty.
S. H. TINKER [Pn
Radiograms
23rd Npverobei, 1 115.
I'ii is, 22: I lava Athens
respondent confirms the i"
port that the Entente Powers
have declared a mm
blockade af < irei 1 e. An an-
ni mncemenl issui I the Bril
' ition al Athens is gi. en .is
folio
"Bi ius i of ill" attitude taken
b\ the Hellenic go< 1
it in regard I rtain
q iesl ion touching 1 I the
irity and i I
ti>liicl> the Allied troops have
the rights un ler the conditions
o| theii di iembai kali n on
1 1 -ek ten itory, the Allied
Powei deemed It neceis iry lo
take ( hi thin nMMUfes which
will have die effect <>f susp
ing the econ >mic and
( ial facilities whii li irei e has
I eived from them hi 1
It is n< >l i ite intention of the
Allied Powers to 1 mstrain
II e to abandon her neul
it\. to maintain w hit h, in I
, is thebi guarant e 1 if In r
".
Ion, 21: Die E
\ have de n inde 1 that
. with ihem to fulfill
1 ly obiignlions to Si
nd to impress King
i'ii1.: : 11 f me hi what
t hi ay t he A11 ies h a < I I a 1 I
.1 1 11 nercial bin kade of the
Hell mi Empire, .....ling to
Athens despatches.
VV ishington, 21: Preside il
Wilson will pul asi le \ irtually
all other public business this
k tod il his time lo his
jrd annual m ss 1 e to congn ss,
which he plans to read pei hi
ally at .1 joint meeting of the
sen ite ad house on I >eci mbi r
71I1
(ieneva, 21: Unoffii 1 il d s
patches from Lnib ich, Austria,
say that the fortifications ol
Gorizia have been almost d
troyed by the Italian artillery.
1 i, 21:The Zep
pi in 18, destroyed by an explos
ion at Tondern, Prussia, hail
made only a single trip west
ward of the Island of Sylt.
Tokio, 21: In view of alarmist
rumours concerning the Empress
a mi 1 if ial statement was
' ierting that she
is in |" rfe< t health.
B 1 lin, -": I eli grams from
1 (ate that 1 )jemal
Pasha, commander of the Turk
ish forces in S)ria has 1
thai I liefs of two Tui I
Is be hanged for the ill
treatment of Ai menians.
:o:
November 24th, 1915
London 22nd,
< Jovi rnor,
Bahamas.
lbai iits only artil-
: lery duels.
Russia reports that the
G rman 1 n forced back
Wi t "I I >vinsk. Ni ar Styr
Ru isians r< captured
I'll 11 1 ; ysk,
li,il\ reports important sue-
'ii Isimzo front 1
pi 1 i.illv N01 iln\est of Gori0
/1.1, about Goo prisi mi rs b< ing
1ured.
In Serbia Novsbazar has
falli i!. Enemy armies claim
many ; rs.
(Signed)
B INAR LAW.
Pali 1 mo, Italy: Stromboli
1 ano eruption is of serious
pro] nd tin' island
i ition are flei ing.
Romi : Italian tr< tops
made imp< >i tanl ad\ am es on
I nzo limit and repulsed
\ 1 ian 11 lunter-attaeks.
Paris: It is n poiled that
the Si i bians won an impi h I
ant \ 1 Iirj over the Bulga
1 ians near I 1 skovals on the
Nish Saloniki railroad. The
Uulgai ians sustained enor
mous li'
Saloniki: It is rumoured
that tin I ntente Allies will
iblish a war zone around
1 e cutting "ll all sup
plies nuK ss Greei e gives a
suranee "I mi in aclh e co-
ntion with them.
London: It is rumoun d
that a Turkish transport hav
ins 5 soldiers on board was
sunk by a mine. Neai ly all
on board were lost.
The GL< )BE has been per
mitted to n ;ume publication
after apologizing for erron
(-oil- repot I 1 bat Earl Kiti h
enei had n signed.
Tin- British steamships
Hallamshire and Margansii
have bi 1 n sunk. The ci
of both shi| saved.
I' ; lin: The (i< 1 mans rap
lured 2600 additional Serbs.
Rome:- It 1- ret orti d thai
I i ; many and Austl ia are
asking Roumania to pn ser\ e
la r neutrality, and are offer
ing n -1 us if Ri lumania
will inti rvene with the 0 n
tral pow is.
Co] jen: It isi umour
ed thai a lai ge Met I 1 >1 Bi itish
subm 1: in' recently pa I
mi. 1 the Baltic.
Washington:The gun
boal Marietta d;. I her
am Ik >rs dui ing a hea\ \
Ni 11 ther and ran 1 m a n ef at
I 'onta Ci 11 fi /. I li mdui
ti rday.
(iallant wi irk of the ci
in placing sheet anchors re
suited in savin hip un-
damaged.
November 24th, 1915
London,
11
11
1 1 ial News: Gen
French repoi is an 01 ganizi d
li nnbardment of In>stile 11
A 1 iei man
d undamaged.
Tin re is ii" special news from
Russia or Italy.
I in n j .-ei\ .ni. es in Sei bia
( oulinui s.
tigned
!'< NAR LAW.
Lond< in: riie Foreign ol
states that n Greek ships have
n 1 zed or held up in the
led King irts and no
I 1 c 11 n 1 (11 1
Saloniki: It is re] rted that
the resignation ol Prei iei
Skoi rted momi 11
lai il\ on nccounl oft e dil cul
een Greeci and < 1
Li itain.
Bi rlin: There has bi 1 n 1
able progri ss "f the Bulgai ians
Soutle rst of Pristina,
and Serb have I
captui
Th
an additional 1 ,
l'n tina and North of Mitrovitza
The Austro Germans are ad-
vancing and the S< rbians ai
: iting with reai guard
Par is I s Sei
the l
ind Mount 7.
1
v ns The
! it.al 1 as been iei
I near the border. 'I
lomatii corps havi
Montenegro.
Ri mi 100
I 1 v the /ashing away
ol a bridge over the Salsi I.
Licata, Sicily.
Columbus, <
re 1 and 1
two injured last night w hen a
- train col
|i iSSi 1
.ni K
All the show
burntd to death.
New York: I
today ol the raai
burg American
any and thn
..ed with 1 1
Tin' governmi ni
. Idress assert
Boy Ed, < ii
Attach.', din '
neutral vessi Is to convi
and ns for (iei man 1
. a in tin Atlantii ai d Pi
ust 1914.
The Governi
the conspirai j ex I
, Philadel| J ,
leae Si 1 I I
nsel for the d>
tl.it the defend; Is
and supplied twelve
White Lime
IWI offering FOR SALE
my < ntire stock of White
Lime df aboul 800 u
1. per bushel.
Orders left at Mr. S
Finlayson, Deveaux St.
Phone .: ;8 01 "The I ribi :
Office.
JolAII RAH
Advertise in
1 he Tribune.


ret page)
^^
John
s, Peter
Sweeting, Samuel
f8 J'yden, Jose,,!,
7o McLeod, Claudius
g g*. Emmanuel
/- gahming, Joseph
76 Jones, Wil|,aia
77 Manna, IVivv \i
79 Major, Jan.es
8 S"mbers' Alexander
- J,.r....t. Herbert H.
*J Can,,.hell. William
4 Russell, Hilton
$ S,l"-'-P. Km.nanuol
87Antrob us Christopl
,,\'"l'"n>. Fr,(!t Iif.,c
' ung, Oscar
n? r'li"r- ''"
"' .v;ch, Alfred
I* Mos,, William
93 Booncf. Osborne A.
w J08wck, Thomas H
Sweet,nfir, Lacitas '
V Kinder, Cubel
2 Joh"son, Charles
*tSAs-w-c......>
04 McKenzie, George O
We Want To Heln I5*
The '
Washerwoman
At The New York House
and
*Isaiah Sweeting
up East
er
I
Sunlight Soap
Lightning Soap
Octagon Soap
[owe; Soap
Brown Soap
2nd Bahamas
Contingent
6 cis pej bar
6 cts "
6 cts "
.5 (Is "
-icts "
1 Kemp, Harold
?"ab,e " Proceed on
account of illness.
Look!
Foreigner, -j haven't tasted
f.we cooked meal since
I w been in Nassau.
^^-Haveyou ever
' ,,'s;,;,(" Roberta on
Last Bay St. ?
Foreigner:S<>.
Nassauvian: Try
and you
always.
A" are welcome: -Come noj
11 v;,u want to taste the
cook.ng of the best cook
Nassau ever produced
r 's probable that the Contin
.f"f will be 1, aVinglffi"
for Jamaica at the latter part of
November.
The Recruitjng Committee
aPDea,s to ^ general pubijc
;,r warm Vests for the men"
ithese may be sent to the Com
roandanfs Office al the n
racks. r
jj is expected that the. '
w 'mwn England during
wrnte, and this appeal w;fi
;'11""1 'heir friends an oppor
"'"> showing ,1,,,-r,,', ,.'.
: ;."! ,;if theloyal manner in
which the men have come for
ward .0 serve their King and
Country. '
R. H. C.CRAWFORD
Chairman,
Recruiting Comm
Quarry Stone
For Sale.
Si e
Arthur 11. Sutton
10 Easi Streel
iXmas
Cards
;kg^R* to t.li further
rs' '"' up-to-date and
have -vuu'- crads printed as
y" would like them
,. ,,1r',n" ;": I shillings
'" ,,:,/- '" 'ess For laree.
quantities.
)Vi aJso Print initials 1
f? lette on writing paper
5JT appropriate and inexpen
1V' Xmas Dresents.
e
Imperial
Orchestra
I that K., generaI ni,b,''3
;tl,.al.1"': ;"" equipped with
I ,atest music for modenj
!aances, garden parties, and
entertainments, and is' ffl
I'""'"""' to accepi engage
ments at short notice. rirS
reasonable. For further SS
',"l;u;;s'1,'M'-^ ThosPvv
r^arlboroughSt.Saml.
NOTICE
|T"HE entire stock in hade
sbe,"g disposed of at great
V "'d;''"11 Prices it has
theh.f-C,ded t0 closedown
I '"s,ness " the early part
01 Janti y, '
Fn the meantime the under-
;f""' Prepared to receive
offers for the purchase of the
w,i,e or any part thereof
Comeand get 3 ,U1 Christ-
mas shoes CHEAP
^"opportunity ni*on.
s""til(l mi-'-.
^reasonable offer refused
1'"-'* IhTCreditors.
T
1
KNOWLES
Bay Street.
tO Supply
S now prepared
Ru^oer Tires for Bab'ies
ENDERS will be re
ce.yed by Mr. K. (J.
Malcolm 11/, to 10th
dn'ifor thue Purchase ofC
^"gh Street Western!d,V
, '"' right of rejecting ,
!oray of the tenders is held
Johnson's
Artistic Wood
Finishes
Jolinson's l'renr.l u.
1 -i-t.-.,..!, .r.i'f.h'rl,*",","".....
, r"^"-f>rk and rf...,V, f""ntu,e
Johnson', vnder' V' "rl'"11
v.iniisii '.....' '" tnell 1 1
TOR SAl.K BV
^-has. E.
Carriages, also to reset
repair them. '
Satisfaction Guaranteed
Advertise in
he Tribui
Wllll-m.- Shoes Are Better
NOTICE
ARTESIAN Wells
, ;""' Pumps fitte<
Plumbing done by
M. McKINNEY.
Christie St.
sunk
and


Trst pdge)
'John
. Peter
Sweeting, Samuel
7 MoMy, Clarence
M Blyden, Joseph
6$ Sauoders, Jeremiah
70 McLeod, Claudius
7' Ash, Emmanui I
72 Rabming, Joseph
73 Brown Samuel
74 Rolle, Theodore
7.5 Roker, Napoleon
76 Jones, William
77 Hnna, Percy Alexander
70 Uarke. Japheth
79 Major, James
s" Armbrister, Ersjnn
s' Chambers, Alexander
a (.rant. Herbert II
83 Campbell, William
*4 Russell, Hilton
85 Sturrup, Emmanuel
' Minns, Biui e \
87 Antrobus, Christoph.
(Corpl |
88 Moultrie, Frederick
'9 11 mi . (iscar
90 Poiiier, James
91 Weech, Alfred
"J Moss, William
93 Bo .ni s, Osborne A.
''I Bostwick, Thomas II.
Swi eting, Lacitas
''' Fernander, Cubel
'7 Johnson, Charles
Sands, Arthur \\ Corpl.)
I Humes, Samuel
100 Roberts, Chas. Hartman
1 Balfour, William
i02 Williams, Ernest E.
>"3 Charlton, Daniel
">4 McKenzie, George O.
'5 Arthur, James Alexander
JoG Mitchell, Robert Alexan
der.
0 Kemp, Harold
unable to proceed on
account of illness.
We Want To Help
The
Washerwoman
At The New York House
and
^Isaiah Sweeting
up East
Sunlight Soap
Lightning Soap
()ctagon Si ap
Tower Soap
Brown Soap
6 cts pec bar
6 cts "
6 cts "
5 cts "
41 Is "
Look!
Foreigner: I haven't tasted
a well cooked meal since
I've been in Nassau.
Nassauvian: Have you ever
tried Isaac Roberts on
East Bay St.?
Foreigner:No.
Nassauvian: Try him once'
and you will try him
always.
All are welcome: -Come now,
if you want to taste the
cooking of the best cook
Nassau ever produced. I
2nd Bahamas
Contingent
j r is probable that the Contin
I ^ent will be leaving Nassau
for Jamaica at th lattei part of
November.
The Recruiting Committee
appeals to tilt general public
fur warm vests for the men:
(hi se may be sent to the Com
mandant's Office at the Bar-
rai ks.
It is expected that the m< n
will arriv.1 in England during
winter and this appeal will
afford their friends an oppor
tunity of showing their apprec
iatiuu of the loyal manner in
which the men have come for-
ward to serve their King and
Count! v.
K*.11. C. CRAWFORD,
Chairman,
Recruiting Committee,
656*
Imperial
Orchestra]
(2-7s.' Violin*, 1 2nd Violin, ViotaM
. Trap /<>** an I Piano.)
DKCiS to inform their friend
O and the general publiJ
that they are equipped witB
.'ill latest music for modern
[dances, garden parties, and'1
entertainments, and is also
prepared to accept engage-
ments at short notii e. i (rms |
reasonable. For further par-
ticulars, si e Messrs. I hos. \V.
I.mm, MarlboroughSt.,Saml.
C. McPherson, or Walter F.
Wi ir, Baillou Hill Road.
7$
Xmas
Cards
VA/E ARE printing Xmas
v V t aids in all styles and
are prepared to take further
orders. Be up-to-date and
have your crads limited as
you would like them.
Our prices are; i shillings
per do/., or less tor lai
quantitii s.
We also print initials in
gord letters on writing paper
and envelopes, which makes
very appropriate and inexpi n
Sive Xmas pn sents
NOTICE
THE entne stock in trade
of the la!.' I',. E. Williams
is hem- dispo 1 d of at great-
ly reduced prices as it has
been d< cided to i lose down
1' e business in the earlj part
1 Januai v.
In the meantime thp under-
signed is prepared to ret eive
offers for the purchase of the
whole or any part thereof.
Conic and' g< I your Christ*
shoes CHEAP.
An Opportunity n should miss.
Non asonable offi r refused.
PHILIP A IKMCO
l>U>t< 1 -foi ihe Creditors.
0
Quarry Stone
For Sale.
Si
Arthur B. Sutton
n 1 East Stn et.
T. M. KNOWLES
528 Bay Street.
IS now prepared to supply
I Rubber Tires lor Babies
Carriages, also to reset, and
repair them.
Satisfaction Guarai t< i d.
TENDERS will he re-
11 ived by Mr. K. (i
Malcolm up to 50th
llls| for the purchase of the
dwelling House No. 15 Marl-
borough Street Western Dis-
trict.
I lie right of rejecting all
Or any of the tenders is hi id.
Advertise in
he Tribune.
Johnson's
Artistic Wood
Finishes
Johnson's Prepared Was I
plete finish anil polish f..i all rurnituta
*.....U'.rk ,11
Johnson's Wood Dye for) irtiltil
coloring of all *.....I, 10(1 or
Johnson's Under Lac
nnikh, very.....ch su|w..... to shell
vai lush
Johnson's Flat Wood Finish I ra
lutiful, artistic, hand ml I
without ili>- ei .
Johnson's Paste Wood Filler-f.n
lil!'"-' the en.in and pore* of wood
1 ie|..uni1; H f. ||,e hm-Ji
Johnson's Powdered Wax foi bal
1 in Bonn,
FOR SALE HV
Chas. E. Albtiry
NOTICE
A R rESIAN Wells sunk
*" and pumps fitted, and
plumbing done by
WM. McKINNEY.
Christie -st.
Williams' Shoes Are Better


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