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vember, 11)15. Lonoon, 251I1. Governor, Bahamas. Official News : — France reports artillery duels. Reports from Russia say that the Germans have been ob-j liged to fall back in places on the Riga front. Italians have had important successes on Carso summit and Church San Michele,] capturing over 50opiisoners. In Serbia the enemy report the capture of Mitrovitza and Pristtna. (Signed) IJONAR LAW We Want To Help The Washerwoman At The New York House and Athens:—Greece has met the demands of the Entente Allies and given them gciartees that their requirements will be fulfilled. .'he (.".reekreply was couched in very friendly term-. Rome:—The Italians yesterday gained an important victory in the region of Goriza taking the enemy's trenches between Monte San Mich* le Church of Sail Martins. The Austrians made desperate but futile counter at tacks. London:—The Austrians claim that the Italians have lost m killed, wounded and captured, Since the war begun, half a million 111. n. It is reported that General JolTre has advised a cessation of the offensive at the Dar dandles and the withdrawal of British troop-, to aid Si rbia. Berlin :—The Austro-Ger man fonts yesterday captur ed ten thousand Serbians at Mitrovitza and seventy four hundred at I'listina. The Russian town Bersmerende llloukt district South of Riga is firmly in German hands. Isaiah up Sweeting Last Sunlight Soap Lightning Soap ()ctagon Soap lower Soap Brown Soap 6 (Is per bar 6 cts " 5 cts " .| 1 ts " 6 cts '• Xmas Cards W E ARE pi inting Xma Cards in all styles and arc prepared to take furthi 1 orders. Be up-to-date and have your crads printed as yi>u would like them. Our pi ices are; 4 shillings pei do/., or li >s foi quantilii s. V\ e also ] 11 int initials in gold letters on writing paper and envelopes, whii h m; vi ry apj n priateand inexpen sive Xmas pn si nts LOST A GOLD hair pin with a small piece of liain attached, be tween West St South and 11 in S I own. Reward if returned to 111I.une Office" T ENDERS will be received by Mr. K. (i M ilcolm up to 301 !i inst for the purchase of the dwelling House No. 15 Marlborough Stn et Western I is trict. The right of rejecting all or any of the tenders is held. T. M. KNOWLES 528 Bay Street. IS now prepared to Supply I Rubber Tires for Babies Carriages, also to reset, and repair them. Satisfaction Guaranteed. Quarry Stone For Sale. AIMHUR B. SUTTON ro hast Street NOTICE. I "*HIS is | ( inform m\ Patrnui ;iii(l the Public in General thai I have <>|i, imi IIIV Public IVInck Smith Sho| ; HIK| am 11 read) to do nnythinj in e line ul (iriiruil repair c.r new u l< I |r,,v, v! 'injj Specially. Ml work rlom Met hanicallv. I'. A. HIA'LOR Look! Foreigner: I haven't tasted a well cooked meai"since I've been in Nassau. Nassauvian: —Have you evi r tried Isaac Roberts on East Bay %\ %  Foreigner:— .\o. Nassauvian: Try him once and you will try him alwav s. All are welcom*: Come now if yon want to taste the oking of the best cook N a sau ever produced. X5he 'Imperial Orchestra <2 -Ui Violin*, I— 2nd VidkWVUU, I tut*, /" Drum and Piatu.) B EGS to inform their friends and the general public that they are equipped with all latest music for modem dances, garden parties, and entertainments, and is also prepared to accept engagements at shoi I notice. I c rms reasonable. For further particulars, see M( ssrs. I hos. W. I ainn, Marlborough St., Sainl. C. McPherson, or Walter F. We,,, Baillou Hill Road. NOTICE T ill 1 ', entire stock in trade of the late I'.. E.Williams is being disposed of at greatIsreduced prices as it has been decided to (lose down the business in the early pail of January. In the meantime the undersigned is prepan d to receive offers for the purchase of the whole or any part thereof. Come aad get youi Christshoes CHEAP. W An opportunity no one should miss. No r< asonable offer refused. PHILIP .f*rRECO Trustee For the Creditors. Johnson's Artistic Wood Finishes Johnsort'o I'rcpnred Wu %  < com I 1 ii finish .in i polish foi .ill furniture v'. I work a %  1! Johnson's Wood l>vs lor the artistic I 'ring of all I. toft or anl Johnson's Under |.c n Spirit finish, very ra i: >i |>erioi to shellac m varnish Johnson's Fhvt Wood Finish for a "'<'!. artisiii haful lubl w ithoul tinexpen e i int Johnson's Psxate Wood Filler —foi filling Ihe zi and | %  ,,-. ,,l w preparing i< fni tha fini h Johnson's Powdered Wax hu l.al I 1 M jHi |( M >lk. FOR SALE BY Chas. E. Albury NOTICE ARTESIAN Wells sunk " and pumps fitted, and plumbing done by W.\l. McKINNEY. Christie St. Wear Armbr'ister's Shoes %  • 1



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w ivember, 1915. London, 25111. Governor, Bahamas. Official News :—France reports artillery duels. Reports from Russia say that the Germans have been obliged to fall back i n places on the Riga frortf. Italians have had impoi (ant successes on Carso summit and Church San Mich, lr, rapturing over 560prfsoners. In Serbia the enemy report the capture ofMitrovitzaand 1'iistina. (Signed) BONAR LAW. Athens:—Greece has met the demands of the Entente Allies and given them gaar tees that their requirements will be fulfilled. The Greek reply was couched in very friendly terms. Rome:--The Italians yesterday gained an important vit torv in the region of Goriza taking the enemy's tren1 lu s between Monte San Michel* Church of San Martins. The Austrians made desper ate but futile counter attacks, We Want To Help The Washerwoman At The New York House and Isaiah Sweeting up t ast Sunlight Soap 6 cts per bar Lightning Soap 6 cts " Octagon Si ap S cts " 1 owe: Soap .) cts " Brown Soap 1 ts " X5he 'Imperial Orchestra (2-7s< V, .:.•.. 1 Ud Viomtvida, I lute. Trap DruM and /'i'dnu.1 D I.CiS to inform their friends I %  and the general public that they are equipped with all latest music for modern dances, garden parties, and entertainments, and is also prepared to acc< pi engagements at short notice. Ierms ri asonable. For further particulars, see Messrs. I hos. W. I.unn, Marlhorough St., Sainl. C. McPherson, or Walter F. Weir, Baillou Hill Road. ^i* London :—I he Austrians claim that the Italians have lost in killed, wounded and captured, since the war begun, halt a million men. It is reported that General JolTre has advised a c< ssation of the offensive at the Dar danelles and the withdrawal of British troops to aid Serbia. Berlin .-—The Austro-Ger man forces yesterday captur ed ten thousand Serbians at Mitrovitza and seventy four hundred at 1'iistina. The Russian town Bersmerende flloukt district South of Riga is firmly in German hands. Xmas Cards VA/E ARE printing Xmas % V Cards in all styles and I are prepared to take further orders. Be up-to-date and have your crads printed as yon would hke them. Our prices arc; 4 shillings pei doz., or l< •• foi I 1 quantitii s. We also print initials in gold letters en writing paper and envelopes, which makes verj apj 1 printeand inexpen sive Xmas pr< -1 nts LOST A T. M. KNOWLES 528 Bay Street. is now prepared to supply Rub ber Tires for Babies Carriages, also to reset, and repair them. Satisfaction Guaranteed. Quarry Stone For Sale. 8< 1 Am HUR B. StJTTON lo k.ast Slr i et. NOTICE. I HIS is in lie rin im Patrous ;ind HIP Public in General I lmy 01 1 my Public •l< Smitli Shop; ;iu 1 am now GOLD hair pin _ %  with a small pi e 1 il m 1 hain attached, be lween West St South and Bain's I own. Reward if returned to I illume Office'' T ENDERS will he received by Mr. K. (1 Malcolm up to ;olli mst for the purchase ol the dwelling House Mo 15 Marlborough Stu et Western District. The right of rejecting nil or any of the tenders is laid Look! thai lll.i rent (im Sim \'n \ to (I., anything in 1 e lii e ol Mill repair i> •• %  %  |< 1 lorsi iog Specially. Ml work i|on< icallv, P. A. HIA'LOR Foreigner: \ haven't tasted a well cooked ineaTsince L've bl en in Nassau. Nassauvian: — Have you ever tried Isaac Roberts on East Bay St. ? Foreigner :— No. Nassauvian: Try him once • ind you will try him always. All are welcom*: -Come now if you want to taste the choking of the best cook -au ever produced. NOTICE T ill'' entire stock in trade of the late IV E.Williams is being disposi d of at greatIsreduced price, as it has been decided to close down the business in tiie eark paii 1 'I January. In the meantime the undersigned is prepan d to receive offers for the purchase ( ,f the whole or any put thereof. Come and get youi Christmas shoes CHI. \l'. W An opportunity no one should miss. No r< asonable offer refused. PHILIP AfTRECO Trust) e Foi the Creditors. Johnson's Artistic Wood Finishes Johnson's I'rcpnred Wax % %  ti liinsii a DCI polish foi .ill furniture W ItVi rl rs. Johnson's Wood Dye forthi •'"-' "'"Il 1. -<.ft or hard Johnson's Under Lao ;i spirit finish, very mm • . :.„ ,,, \ 11 nish Johnson's Flfvl Wood Finish beautiful, artistic, haffd ml.I, ,-i',, t ithoul tin ex|' B of rub n Johnson's I'nsl Wood Filler 1 **''* • .HI and |" irs ,,f DO l'ie|..niii',' i< f'.i II,.finish Johnson's Powdered Wu fo ( l.,l rOOItl HIM, |>. FOR SALF BY Chas. E. Albury Wear Armbrtster's Shoes NOTICE ARTESIAN Wells sunk " and pumps fitted, and plumbing done by W.M. McKIWKV. Christie St.



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N MIII vi> rvildu ma (urare In veiba umi'M Heine bound iniweeir to 'lie Dogmas ol no Master. VOL. XIII. Nassau. N. P.. Bahamas. FRIDAY. November 2b, I I5, NO. 2 L. QILBRRT DOPOCH, Editor ml PnprUtor, OPFICM Corner Shirley & Charlotte Sis %  %  MMH, .V. /'., Bahamas TIIONK 200. P. 0. HOX 163. PUBLISHED DAILY RATES Monday, We hie* \o\ tingle copj ... jd Tuatdaj, .ui I I hui la) %  '• -atimi^v Mi. |e ipi i Wkly Monthly , i, S uartetlv I .illV.-.ulv V'M Iv .. IS. PAVABLK IN AUVANOK Advertising Kates \ pc ice f"i firrt mi %  i > • ii; three peno %  II ; .it.. i out | i' iu\ pi r lllir loi lub*f|U€l)t ln-rl 11 \cUfitivnuiits imilei eiithl line i \\Vll ; the boys have left us. was! WIIAI a day it l' vei ything passed oil splendidly, a Bd w h cn all was over, we began to n whal n a strenuous da) we had li id. \\'. wi nt to bed very tin I. albeit verj h ippy W< are still far loo tin d to tai kle a lengthy repoi t of the pro i, lings, but tin-\\ Ml ap| in our tomorrow's iss e — :<>: The results of the Flag Day sales are very gratifying. We h ip that the fund will total something like three figun n <' %  We shall be ay Fund, will please render them to us at the Tribune )ffice not latei than io a in. tomorrow (Saturday) ;OI A CORRECTION With r< gard to the Roll of the St' ond Bahamas Contingi nt published in last Wednesday's issue. No. 40 should nail : Nairn, Charles Stanley, instead ol Hanna, Edmund. Radiograms November 24th 1 Q 15. London, 22nd:1 >e finite news of Grei 1 e's reply to the Allies' demands for guaranU es for the safety of the Angli 1 I' on' h forces landed at Saloniki is still lai king. What the reception will he to t he Sei bians if they are forced over the Greek border is 111 doubt also. One despatch from Athens s the Greek cabinet is dispt ised to accepl the con> ditions laid down by the Entente Powers except that requii ing Greece to participate 111 the war and the solution of the uhoh: difficulty may be expected immediately. Meanwhile the blockade of (in ek commerce has com ne iii ed and Italy, it is n ported, is participating. his with the news that the Serbians have won a victory over the Bulgarians Nortbeasl of Pristina, that the Bulgarians have d< layed their march on Monastir and that the Austro-Germans, are hampered by Winter weather, has created a more hopeful fe< ling m the capitals of the Allies. The British and French forces are being strengthened hy men and guns landed at Saloniki and reinforcements are going to Monastir where the >< rbians are reported to lie com entrating and threat ening the Bulgarians at Piilep. Roumania finds herself in much the same position as Greece with both the Entente Allies and the central powers insistent. TI10 Germans, it is stated, arc asking assurances of continued neutrality anil are also offering concessions if Roumunia will intervene in the war < >n their side. Wi th a big Russian army i n I'M >ssai abia h< iwever, it is believt d in military cin les here heardly likely that Rou mania will accepl the second alien iati\ e. On the whole it is expi 1 ted heir t hat the In ill attitude of the Entente Powers towards Greece soon will clear the Balkan situatii >n. London, 22:—The British Admiralty tonight categori rally denied German 'state mentS that British hospital ships were used for other than hospital purpi>ses. The announi ement says t hue are forty two and nol s< vi ii ty h. ispital ships pi) ing t to and fo >m the Mediterran ean a nd that they carry only sick or wounded soldiers, nurses and members of medical staff and medical stores. All theships, the Admiralty says, aie ballasted to secure safety but are not'deeply lad en. They are painted, it is declared, as required by the Geneva Convt nl ion. I he announi ement 1 onclu des" I 'revious experience sug gests this series of falsehoods foresl ladow attacks on British hospi tal ships by Gi 1 man submarines." 25th Novomber, 1915. London, 24th. vJovernnr, Bahamas. Official News:A Turkish position 18 milis from Bagdad was captured w iih 1 dred prisoners on tl. Our casualties were Heavy counter attacks wen pulsed but want of watei todu; ed retirement to river three miles below the captured posi tion. Fiance repoits mining and air duels. Russia reports an enemy trench on the DvinSk and local successes at other points. Italy reports strong entrenched position carried on Carso In Serbia the enemy reports continued gain and large captures. The Persian gendan have revolted in Shiraz and the British Consul has been sonecl. (Signed) BONAR LAW. Berlin: --It is announced tin the Teutons captured the 5 bian towns Milan ista and Pi tina Paris: —Premier Skouhu of Greece is quoted by PE11 I PARISIEN assaying thai if tl Entente forces in Macedoni it across the border, (iie' may disarm tie m. I lowev< i the Greek government has n< committed itself on the pt A despatch from Saloniki that four more transpoi is, lu.o i ly loaded with troops, an at Saloniki. The Serbian Leg I'.ion annouu ed that the government w • s departing from Pi izrend to S tari, Albania, and so! th was Blight improvement in tl strategic i osition of the 3t rbi forces. Montenegran ft i continue to retreat bt fore Austrians. Constantinople:—Violent fightinir is reportetl near Sedtlul Bahr, (iallipob. For Results Advertise in The Tribune. Williams' Shoes Are Better


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N mIIi vi> rvildu ma (urare In veiba umi'M
Heine bound iniweeir to 'lie Dogmas ol no Master.
VOL. XIII.
Nassau. N. P.. Bahamas. FRIDAY. November 2b, I I5,
NO. 2
L. QILBRRT DOPOCH,
Editor ml PnprUtor,
OPFICM
Corner Shirley & Charlotte Sis
' MMH, .V. /'., Bahamas
TIIONK 200.
P. 0. HOX 163.
PUBLISHED DAILY
RATES
Monday, We hie* \o\
tingle copj ... ..... jd
Tuatdaj, .ui I I hui la) '
-atimi^v Mi. |e ipi i
Wkly
Monthly i,
Suartetlv I
.illV.-.ulv .
V'm Iv______.. IS.
PAVABLK IN AUVANOK
Advertising Kates \ pc ice
f"i firrt mi i > ii; three peno
II ; .it..i out | i' iu\ pi r
lllir loi lub*f|Ul)t ln-rl 11
\cUfitivnuiits imilei eiithl line i
\\Vll ; the boys have left
us.
was!
WIIAI a day it
l' vei ything passed oil splen-
didly, aBd-whcn all was over,
we began to n whal n
a strenuous da) we had li id.
\\'. wi nt to bed very tin I.
albeit verj h ippy W< are
still far loo tin d to tai kle
a lengthy repoi t of the pro
, i, lings, but tin-- \\ Ml ap|
in our tomorrow's iss e
:<>:
The results of the Flag
Day sales are very gratifying.
We h ip that the fund will
total something like three
figun .
n <'
We shall be persons who may have ac-
counts outstanding against
the Tribune I'lag I >ay Fund,
will please render them to
us at the Tribune )ffice not
latei than io a in. tomorrow
(Saturday)
;OI
A CORRECTION
With r< gard to the Roll of
the St' ond Bahamas Contin-
gi nt published in last Wed-
nesday's issue. No. 40 should
nail :
Nairn, Charles Stanley, in-
stead ol Hanna, Edmund.
Radiograms
November 24th 1 q 15.
London, 22nd:- 1 >e finite
news of Grei 1 e's reply to the
Allies' demands for guaran-
U es for the safety of the
Angli 1 I' on' h forces landed
at Saloniki is still lai king.
What the reception will he
to t he Sei bians if they are
forced over the Greek border
is 111 doubt also.
One despatch from Athens
s the Greek cabinet is
dispt ised to accepl the con>
ditions laid down by the En-
tente Powers except that re-
quii ing Greece to participate
111 the war and the solution
of the uhoh: difficulty may
be expected immediately.
Meanwhile the blockade of
(in ek commerce has com
ne iii ed and Italy, it is n
ported, is participating.
! his with the news that
the Serbians have won a
victory over the Bulgarians
Nortbeasl of Pristina, that
the Bulgarians have d< layed
their march on Monastir and
that the Austro-Germans, are
hampered by Winter weather,
has created a more hopeful
fe< ling m the capitals of the
Allies.
The British and French
forces are being strengthened
hy men and guns landed at
Saloniki and reinforcements
are going to Monastir where
the >< rbians are reported to
lie com entrating and threat
ening the Bulgarians at Pii-
lep. "
Roumania finds herself in
much the same position as
Greece with both the Entente
Allies and the central powers
insistent.
TI10 Germans, it is stated,
arc asking assurances of con-
tinued neutrality anil are also
offering concessions if Rou-
munia will intervene in the
war < >n their side.
Wi th a big Russian army
i n I'm >ssai abia h< iwever, it is
believt d in military cin les
here heardly likely that Rou
mania will accepl the second
alien iati\ e.
On the whole it is expi 1 ted
heir t hat the In ill attitude of
the Entente Powers towards
Greece soon will clear the
Balkan situatii >n.
London, 22:The British
Admiralty tonight categori
rally denied German 'state
mentS that British hospital
ships were used for other
than hospital purpi>ses.
The announi ement says
t hue are forty two and nol
s< vi ii ty h. ispital ships pi) ing
t to and fo >m the Mediterran
ean a nd that they carry only
sick or wounded soldiers,
nurses and members of medi-
cal staff and medical stores.
All theships, the Admiralty
says, aie ballasted to secure
safety but are not'deeply lad
en. They are painted, it is
declared, as required by the
Geneva Convt nl ion.
I he announi ement 1 onclu
des" I 'revious experience sug
gests this series of falsehoods
foresl ladow attacks on British
hospi tal ships by Gi 1 man
submarines."
25th Novomber, 1915.
London, 24th.
vJovernnr, Bahamas.
Official News:- A Turkish
position 18 milis from Bagdad
was captured w iih 1
dred prisoners on tl.
Our casualties were
Heavy counter attacks wen
pulsed but want of watei todu;
ed retirement to river three
miles below the captured posi
tion.
Fiance repoits mining and
air duels.
Russia reports an enemy
trench on the DvinSk and local
successes at other points.
Italy reports strong entrench-
ed position carried on Carso
In Serbia the enemy reports
continued gain and large cap-
tures.
The Persian gendan
have revolted in Shiraz and the
British Consul has been
sonecl.
(Signed)
BONAR LAW.
Berlin: --It is announced tin
the Teutons captured the 5
bian towns Milan ista and Pi
tina
Paris: Premier Skouhu
of Greece is quoted by PE11 I
PARISIEN assaying thai if tl
Entente forces in Macedoni
it across the border, (iie'
may disarm tie m. I lowev< i
the Greek government has n<
committed itself on the pt
A despatch from Saloniki -
that four more transpoi is, lu.o i -
ly loaded with troops, an
at Saloniki.
The Serbian Leg I'.ion annouu
ed that the government w s
departing from Pi izrend to S
tari, Albania, and so! th
was Blight improvement in tl
strategic i osition of the 3t rbi
forces. Montenegran ft i
continue to retreat bt fore
Austrians.
Constantinople:Violent
fightinir is reportetl near Sedtlul
Bahr, (iallipob.
For Results
Advertise in
The Tribune.
Williams' Shoes Are Better


vember, 11)15.
Lonoon, 251I1.
Governor, Bahamas.
Official News : France re-
ports artillery duels. Re-
ports from Russia say that
the Germans have been ob-j
liged to fall back in places
on the Riga front. !
Italians have had import-
ant successes on Carso sum-
mit and Church San Michele,]
capturing over 50opiisoners.
In Serbia the enemy report
the capture of Mitrovitza and
Pristtna.
(Signed)
IJONAR LAW
We Want To Help
The
Washerwoman
At The New York House
and
Athens:Greece has met
the demands of the Entente
Allies and given them gciar-
tees that their requirements
will be fulfilled. .'he (.".reek-
reply was couched in very
friendly term-.
Rome:The Italians yes-
terday gained an important
victory in the region of Gor-
iza taking the enemy's tren-
ches between Monte San Mi-
ch* le Church of Sail Martins.
The Austrians made desper-
ate but futile counter at tacks.
London:The Austrians
claim that the Italians have
lost m killed, wounded and
captured, Since the war be-
gun, half a million 111. n.
It is reported that General
JolTre has advised a cessation
of the offensive at the Dar
dandles and the withdrawal
of British troop-, to aid Si r-
bia.
Berlin :The Austro-Ger
man fonts yesterday captur
ed ten thousand Serbians at
Mitrovitza and seventy four
hundred at I'listina. The
Russian town Bersmerende
llloukt district South of Riga
is firmly in German hands.
Isaiah up Sweeting Last
Sunlight Soap Lightning Soap ()ctagon Soap lower Soap Brown Soap 6 (Is per bar 6 cts 5 cts .| 1 ts 6 cts ' "
Xmas
Cards
WE ARE pi inting Xma
Cards in all styles and
arc prepared to take furthi 1
orders. Be up-to-date and
have your crads printed as
yi>u would like them.
Our pi ices are; 4 shillings
pei do/., or li >s foi !
quantilii s.
V\ e also ] 11 int initials in
gold letters on writing paper
and envelopes, whii h m;
vi ry apj n priateand inexpen
sive Xmas pn si nts
LOST
A GOLD hair pin
with a small piece of
liain attached, be
tween West St South and
11 in S I own.
Reward if returned to
- 111I.une Office"
TENDERS will be re-
ceived by Mr. K. (i
M ilcolm up to 301 !i
inst for the purchase of the
dwelling House No. 15 Marl-
borough Stn et Western I is
trict.
The right of rejecting all
or any of the tenders is held.
T. M. KNOWLES
528 Bay Street.
IS now prepared to Supply
I Rubber Tires for Babies
Carriages, also to reset, and
repair them.
Satisfaction Guaranteed.
Quarry Stone
For Sale.
Aimhur B. Sutton
ro hast Street
Notice.
I"*HIS is |(, inform m\ Patrnui
;iii(l the Public in General
thai I have <>|i, imi iiiv Public
IVInck Smith Sho| ; hik| am 11
read) to do nnythinj in e line ul
(iriiruil repair c.r new u l< I |r,,v,
v! 'injj Specially. Ml work rlom
Met hanicallv.
I'. A. HIA'LOR
Look!
Foreigner: I haven't tasted
a well cooked meai"since
I've been in Nassau.
Nassauvian:Have you evi r
tried Isaac Roberts on
East Bay %\
Foreigner: .\o.
Nassauvian: Try him once
and you will try him
alwav s.
All are welcom*: Come now
if yon want to taste the
oking of the best cook
N a sau ever produced.
X5he
'Imperial
Orchestra
<2 -Ui Violin*, I2nd VidkWVUU,
I tut*, /" Drum and Piatu.)
BEGS to inform their friends
and the general public
that they are equipped with
all latest music for modem
dances, garden parties, and
entertainments, and is also
prepared to accept engage-
ments at shoi I notice. I c rms
reasonable. For further par-
ticulars, see M( ssrs. I hos. W.
I ainn, Marlborough St., Sainl.
C. McPherson, or Walter F.
We,,, Baillou Hill Road.
NOTICE
Till1', entire stock in trade
of the late I'.. E.Williams
is being disposed of at great-
Is- reduced prices as it has
been decided to (lose down
the business in the early pail
of January.
In the meantime the under-
signed is prepan d to receive
offers for the purchase of the
whole or any part thereof.
Come aad get youi Christ-
shoes CHEAP. W
An opportunity no one
should miss.
No r< asonable offer refused.
PHILIP .f*rRECO
Trustee For the Creditors.
Johnson's
Artistic Wood
Finishes
Johnsort'o I'rcpnred Wu < com
I 1 ii finish .in i polish foi .ill furniture
v'. I work a 1!
Johnson's Wood l>vs lor the artistic
I 'ring of all .....I. toft or anl
Johnson's Under |.c n Spirit
finish, very ra i: >i |>erioi to shellac m
varnish
Johnson's Fhvt Wood Finish for a
"'<'!. artisiii. haful lubl
w ithoul tin- expen e i int
Johnson's Psxate Wood Filler foi
filling Ihe zi..... and | ,,-. ,,l w
preparing i< fni tha fini h
Johnson's Powdered Wax hu l.al
I 1 M jHi |( M >lk.
FOR SALE BY
Chas. E. Albury
NOTICE
ARTESIAN Wells sunk
" and pumps fitted, and
plumbing done by
W.\l. McKINNEY.
Christie St.
Wear Armbr'ister's Shoes
" 1


w ivember, 1915.
London, 25111.
Governor, Bahamas.
Official News :France re-
ports artillery duels. Re-
ports from Russia say that
the Germans have been ob-
liged to fall back in places
on the Riga frortf.
Italians have had impoi (-
ant successes on Carso sum-
mit and Church San Mich, lr,
rapturing over 560prfsoners.
In Serbia the enemy report
the capture ofMitrovitzaand
1'iistina.
(Signed)
BONAR LAW.
Athens:Greece has met
the demands of the Entente
Allies and given them gaar
tees that their requirements
will be fulfilled. The Greek
reply was couched in very
friendly terms.
Rome:--The Italians yes-
terday gained an important
vit torv in the region of Gor-
iza taking the enemy's tren-
1 lu s between Monte San Mi-
chel* Church of San Martins.
The Austrians made desper
ate but futile counter attacks,
We Want To Help
The
Washerwoman
At The New York House
and
Isaiah Sweeting
up t ast
Sunlight Soap 6 cts per bar
Lightning Soap 6 cts "
Octagon Si ap S cts "
1 owe: Soap .) cts "
Brown Soap 1 ts "
X5he
'Imperial
Orchestra
(2-7s< V, .:... 1 Ud Viomtvida,
I lute. Trap DruM and /'i'dnu.1
D I.CiS to inform their friends
I * and the general public
that they are equipped with
all latest music for modern
dances, garden parties, and
entertainments, and is also
prepared to acc< pi engage-
ments at short notice. Ierms
ri asonable. For further par-
ticulars, see Messrs. I hos. W.
I.unn, Marlhorough St., Sainl.
C. McPherson, or Walter F.
Weir, Baillou Hill Road.
^i*
London :I he Austrians
claim that the Italians have
lost in killed, wounded and
captured, since the war be-
gun, halt a million men.
It is reported that General
JolTre has advised a c< ssation
of the offensive at the Dar
danelles and the withdrawal
of British troops to aid Ser-
bia.
Berlin .-The Austro-Ger
man forces yesterday captur
ed ten thousand Serbians at
Mitrovitza and seventy four
hundred at 1'iistina. The
Russian town Bersmerende
flloukt district South of Riga
is firmly in German hands.
Xmas
Cards
VA/E ARE printing Xmas
? V Cards in all styles and
I are prepared to take further
orders. Be up-to-date and
have your crads printed as
yon would hke them.
Our prices arc; 4 shillings
pei doz., or l< foi I 1
quantitii s.
We also print initials in
gold letters en writing paper
and envelopes, which makes
verj apj 1 printeand inexpen
sive Xmas pr< -1 nts
LOST
A
T. M. KNOWLES
528 Bay Street.
is now prepared to supply
' Rubber Tires for Babies
Carriages, also to reset, and
repair them.
Satisfaction Guaranteed.
Quarry Stone
For Sale.
8< 1
Am HUR B. StJTTON
lo k.ast Slri et.
Notice.
I HIS is in lie rin im Patrous
;ind Hip Public in General
I lmy 01.......1 my Public
l< Smitli Shop; ;iu 1 am now
GOLD hair pin
_ with a small pi e 1 il
m 1 hain attached, be
lween West St South and
Bain's I own.
Reward if returned to
" I illume Office''
TENDERS will he re-
ceived by Mr. K. (1
Malcolm up to ;olli
mst for the purchase ol the
dwelling House Mo 15 Marl-
borough Stu et Western Dis-
trict.
The right of rejecting nil
or any of the tenders is laid
Look!
thai
lll.i
rent
(im
Sim
\'n
\ to (I., anything in 1 e lii e ol
Mill repair i>...... |< 1 lorsi
iog Specially. Ml work i|on<
icallv,
P. A. HIA'LOR
Foreigner: \ haven't tasted
a well cooked ineaTsince
L've bl en in Nassau.
Nassauvian: Have you ever
tried Isaac Roberts on
East Bay St. ?
Foreigner: No.
Nassauvian: Try him once
ind you will try him
always.
All are welcom*: -Come now
if you want to taste the
choking of the best cook
-au ever produced.
NOTICE
Till'' entire stock in trade
of the late IV E.Williams
is being disposi d of at great-
Is- reduced price, as it has
been decided to close down
the business in tiie eark paii
1 'I January.
In the meantime the under-
signed is prepan d to receive
offers for the purchase (,f the
whole or any put thereof.
Come and get youi Christ-
mas shoes CHI. \l'. W
An opportunity no one
should miss.
No r< asonable offer refused.
PHILIP AfTRECO
Trust) e Foi the Creditors.
Johnson's
Artistic Wood
Finishes
Johnson's I'rcpnred Wax
ti liinsii adcI polish foi .ill furniture
W.....ItVi rl rs.
Johnson's Wood Dye forthi
'"-' "'"Il .....1. -<.ft or hard
Johnson's Under Lao ;i spirit
finish, very mm . :. ,,,
\ 11 nish
Johnson's Flfvl Wood Finish
beautiful, artistic, haffd ml.I, ,-i',, t
" ithoul tin ex|' b of rub n
Johnson's I'nsl Wood Filler 1
**''* .hi and |" irs ,,f do
l'ie|..niii',' i< f'.i II,.- finish
Johnson's Powdered Wu fo( l.,l
rOOItl Him,|>.
FOR SALF BY
Chas. E. Albury
Wear Armbrtster's Shoes
NOTICE
ARTESIAN Wells sunk
" and pumps fitted, and
plumbing done by
W.M. McKIWKV.
Christie St.


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