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'Nvilllu* B.ddt< ms ivirnre in veitin nm.'isi Bn ri| bound lo sweur to (he Dogma* < f no M M r. VOL. XIII. Niiu, N. P.. HftliM.m*. MONDAY. November 29. IMS. NO. •' L. tilLUKKT DUPDOH, HJilor .iitd I'roprittnr. • OI'KK'lv Corner Shirley & Chtvrlotte Sis .Vassu/i, .v /', Bthnpun TIIONK 900. P. <>. BOX 168. PUBLISHED DAILY RATES i ... i.iv. We lnr. I.'\ .mil l'i i.|.,y -iiil(l<* C '|'V JII I .if-d.i\ .HI I I IIIIIMI.IV slll^ll •<•'•; %  V III •Bllllil l\ sln.lc %  I }ll Weekly J.I] viimtbi) i-. 0.1 ; H uatterl) *• %  M j %  IIYearii 'i~. IN I' \1 VIU.lv IS \IIV \\'l. V• i\t-i11• IUK I< ii.> \ ,(•!.' ei Iii e I (IN tu-i iiiii in HI; liner |>eiii e |*i lint ( I -II I || I 111-4 I Mil .11.. I % %  il %  • i> | i I I. .ic I... .nliv.n.t', | III-.-I linn-. V 'M^Jtfinr 1.1n pi II t lit lines 4>. list of Passi ngi is Pei s..\ "Morro Castle", which arriv tl here on Satufd ly 27th inst. Messrs. Herman La Rue Brown, Ralph G. Collins, I Ion. John A. Drown, Edgni I.. I >... ki e, l.crov I. I >ui kee*, John W. Greene, Paul Dai ker, Waller, 11". John I'. W. I'urlle, Wrnon J. Khulkner, John W. Lee, George W Armbi ister, (tecar F.I loward, milicr ui i •IMIII'-I iH H I w h h tin VVest Indian Contingent of which (he Connti *s ol M nford has been invhi I lo be PresjileBl and Miss V I ry \|o-.' li'Y h.lIn II I,It d : irary Seen lary. Parcels sli >tild IM %  \ I to Mis llarcoui I Mali ; The C i %  •! 11 :! %  >! ret, before mid I y of Tin the 3oth of Nnvi inber I' ach preseal should h proporl ; ck George Damiauos, Negib ed for shipment I < els Schamcham, Andrew ScliamPost md nmi noi xcced iliam. Kredeiick Dradbury, Lucius L. I lenderson, M u kie \I. Henderson, Rev. Pen y W liiit'c p.iuiiils in w • Preset v .V %  ked 111 1 III ui < 1 111 %  able lii our S iturdays issue, wi onjm| > tufi io mention that Cor pi. 11 Ri 11' ii, i'' ompan ied the 2nd Dahamas Coir in gent i'• Jam m .1 as l)i ill in-ti in lor. We learn t li.it ll.c s< liooner "leai l< SS," 70 Ions, o\\ 111 'I by Mi. William G. Pel tee, ol 11.11 h' mi Island, is ashoie in the Gun Cay Cut, and likeh to become a total loss. She was from Miami for Nassau, with a load of lumber. I'ull j di 1 uls are m > i to hand : bul p from the meagre iufoi malioii received it would seem tli il her rcgulai captain, was de Lull. (I in Miami on ,in ouu.l of an accident lo his son ; and tliai the Captain in charge <>f hei 011 this ti i|> was ii"i Fully •'" ']'i tinted with the difficullii s of navigating the narrow Gun Cay channel, with a Ii'' 1 I wind, a.ul lipadded difficulty of the very swift sel of 1 he current through thai passage. British brigade, dated Mitrovitza Novembestating that all ia well aot Searle; Mesdames Dorothy material. On ea Ii p reel I.. 1 Rue Drow m, Marion CoT mimt be writ ton I 1 e of bus, Man E Collins. Doro'In person lo wh in thy Higgs", II nut I )i 11 Isi 1 tended as well as the n; n-.eof Sarah Moran, Nellie Moral 1 ), the giver anl; drt < n of Catherine Gieene, Lama its contents.' |' ui.in-, Clara V. Faulkner. Caroline S. Lee, Josepliiue Wohnvi I • nfonrrd by Strong, l.il.i AV. Howard, Ilia Excelh-not Go\ernor Rose S liamcham, Anna E. that i he'-'ll M \ S dney" Rae, Carrie Irefeliien. will anive henloi orrow Mi Arthui II ands, Mi %  %  d"ti moon I' mma Smith — :<>. %  Messrs. William T. Major, ''"' 1 v SnwH 'ope to I Ndolph IHIMM: \ies,| in|f> -enleil. nil ll P .ie*' Relcom' —:.. *d. CRISTMAS PRESENTS F&R BAIIA— MIAMI 0 Wait SltrVICE r> 1 • / TI..out .go,...: n. 1.1 ihis li^uisV^r, ms week will be the la-l o %  < asion forforward ngChristm sprr x Vr '"' 7'" '"'.v sents to nets ms i-..mi-tr.l ,l I lie s -f. ty of both •,i ,1 11 1 1 II.f nnii-li .-mil Mic 1 11.iv a wilh Ihe l>.ill.1111 s .Hid now , . ... • i '.1 .'_• rites Im 11 ir. -1 ilv H'.'if ,M \ X ; I ';' V I ; V 1 %  „• h. IV!,....v ,„„red The '• %  • '<: lurtndgf-OH l.,.,,l |.-„. nP „ aivii...,-,,nivl at Monof Mrs. ,. Il.'llio Is^lo;,-, |.|,!j. )s|| |1(1| ||u (i|(( i,,,,,,,., has generously placed No. 5 L f ew dnxsago and ;i telegram Trevor 'square S W. at the h.u l>. %  > %  ., n %  <. o ,. Fn m Admiral disp >saI of the I. nl: s Coin I rouhiid^e coiamanding the London, 25:— The p are enforcing with a stroi hand their power of deporting uadesirable aliens. Th have always had this por. but war conditions fcp rr.ada its us more desir; and the Defense of the Rea Act has given them m iron-clad authority. London, 35:—Cordial re! tions between Greece and t Entente Powers have been 1 tablished with the Greek government's assurance I no attempt will be mad-j to interfere with the Alii troops should they, undcontingency, be for cross the Greek frontier; 1 that as heretofore 1 and other facilities will afforded them. That surances and guara satisfactory to the A shown in the fact i grain ships which have : held up at Malta I allowed to proceed to I destination, lelieving would have been R ous shortage of I plies if their d. ti nti been prolong! d. It is undersl. Mlies ha\c; al-ii 1 Greeci 1 im metan con lion .il'i.i th. war for 1 damage that might be d through the oc upation of (in el< ten itoi \. With ihe thoi ny qi"out of ihe way the Bi public has cen't. red its atl.. tion upon 'Iraltitude Roumnnia and 1' int. lion of Russia. Williams 7 Shoes Are Fetter


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Title: The Tribune.
Uniform Title: Tribune. (Nassau, Bahamas).
Alternate Title: Nassau tribune
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Tribune
Publication Date: Monday, November 29, 1915
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Spatial Coverage: Bahamas
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Nvilllu* B.ddt< ms ivirnre in veitin nm.'isi
Bn ri| bound lo sweur to (he Dogma* < f no M M r.
VOL. XIII.
Niiu, N. P.. HftliM.m*. MONDAY. November 29. IMS.
NO. '
L. tilLUKKT DUPDOH,
HJilor .iitd I'roprittnr.
.......................
OI'KK'lv
Corner Shirley & Chtvrlotte Sis
.Vassu/i, .v /', Bthnpun
TIIONK 900. P. <>. BOX 168.
PUBLISHED DAILY
RATES
i ... i.iv. We lnr. I.'\ .mil l'i i.|.,y
-iiil(l<* c '|'V JiI
I .if-d.i\ .hi I I IiiiimI.iv slll^ll<'; V III
Bllllil l\ sln.lc I }ll
Weekly J.I]
viimtbi) i-. 0.1 ;
Huatterl) *. M j
IIYearii 'i~.
IN
I' \1 VIU.lv IS \IIV \\'l.
V i\t-i11 iuk I< ii.> \ ,(!.' ei Iii e I
(in tu-i iiiii in hi; liner |>eiii e |*i lint
( I -II I || I 111-4 I Mil .11..I il i> | i I
I. .ic I... .nliv.n.t', | iii-.-i linn-.
V 'M^Jtfi- nr 1.1- n pi ii t lit lines 4>.
list of Passi ngi is Pei s..\
"Morro Castle", which arriv
tl here on Satufd ly 27th
inst.
Messrs. Herman La Rue
Brown, Ralph G. Collins,
I Ion. John A. Drown, Edgni
I.. I >... ki e, l.crov I. I >ui kee*,
John W. Greene, Paul Dai ker,
Waller, 11"......, John I'. W.
I'urlle, Wrnon J. Khulkner,
John W. Lee, George W
Armbi ister, (tecar F.I loward,
milicr ui iimiii'-i iHhi w hh tin
VVest Indian Contingent of
which (he Connti *s ol m n-
ford has been invhi I lo be
PresjileBl and Miss VI ry
\|o-.' li'Y h.l- In ii I,It d
: irary Seen lary.
Parcels sli >tild im \ I to
Mis llarcoui I Mali ; The
C i ! 11 :! >! ret,
before mid I y of Tin the
3oth of Nnvi inber I' ach pre-
seal should h proporl ; ck
George Damiauos, Negib ed for shipment I < els
Schamcham, Andrew Scliam- Post md nmi noi xcced
iliam. Kredeiick Dradbury,
Lucius L. I lenderson, M u kie
\I. Henderson, Rev. Pen y W
liiit'c p.iuiiils in w Pre-
set v .V ked
111 1 III ui < 1 111 able
lii our S iturdays issue, wi
onjm|>tufi io mention that
Cor pi. 11 Ri 11' ii, i'' ompan
ied the 2nd Dahamas Coir in
gent i' Jam m .1 as l)i ill
in-ti in lor.
We learn t li.it ll.c s< liooner
"leai l< SS," 70 Ions, o\\ 111 'I
by Mi. William G. Pel tee, ol
11.11 h' mi Island, is ashoie in
the Gun Cay Cut, and likeh
to become a total loss. She
was from Miami for Nassau,
with a load of lumber. I'ull j
di 1 uls are m>i to hand : bul p
from the meagre iufoi malioii
received it would seem tli il
her rcgulai captain, was de
Lull. (I in Miami on ,in ouu.l
of an accident lo his son ; and
tliai the Captain in charge
<>f hei 011 this ti i|> was ii"i
Fully '" ']'i tinted with the
difficullii s of navigating the
narrow Gun Cay channel,
with a Ii'' 1 I wind, a.ul lip-
added difficulty of the very
swift sel of 1 he current
through thai passage.
British brigade, dated
Mitrovitza Novembe-
stating that all ia well
aot
Searle; Mesdames Dorothy material. On ea Ii p reel
I.. 1 Rue Drow m, Marion CoT mimt be writ ton I 1 e of
bus, Man E Collins. Doro- 'In person lo wh in
thy Higgs", II nut I )i 11 Isi 1, tended as well as the n; n-.eof
Sarah Moran, Nellie Moral1), the giver anl; drt < n of
Catherine Gieene, Lama its contents.'
|' ui.in-, Clara V. Faulkner.
Caroline S. Lee, Josepliiue Wohnvi I nfonrrd by
Strong, l.il.i AV. Howard, Ilia Excelh-not Go\ernor
Rose S liamcham, Anna E. thatihe'-'ll M \ S dney"
Rae, Carrie Irefeliien. will anive hen- loi orrow
Mi Arthui II ands, Mi d"ti moon
I' mma Smith :<>.
Messrs. William T. Major, ''"' 1',"v SnwH 'ope to I
Ndolph Ihimm: \ies,| in|f> -enleil.nil ll P .ie Emily Mori is, !MalideGibson v-; Sydney at their club in
;,,- Mai I.el St reel during tin ir,
Tlii S ? Santiago sailed ^' lV Conlnbinions ofcifpr-
from New Yoik at 5.00 p m ,;l cigars, soft drinks,
nn SalurdayToi Nassau with j'"kes, = unlwichi-s, news-
, barrel's of 1 0 i' ".'rl-'' Ull: >*' Relcom-'
:.. *d.
Cristmas Presents f&r baiia------------
MIAMI 0 Wait SltrVICE r> 1 /
ti..- out .go,...: n. 1.1 ihis li^uisV^r, ms
week will be the la-l o < asion
forforward ngChristm sprr x"Vr" '"' 7'" '"'.v
sents to nets ms i-..mi-tr.l ",l I lie s -f. ty of both
,i ,1 11 1.....1 II.f nnii-li .-mil Mic 1 11.iv a
wilh Ihe l>.ill.1111 s .Hid now .
... i '.1 .'_ rites Im 11 ir. -1 ilv H'.'if
,M\X;I' ';'VI;V, 1 h. IV!,....v ,- - red The
' '<: lurtndgf-OH l.,.,,l |.-.nP aivii...,-,,nivl at Mon-
of Mrs. ,. Il.'llio Is^lo;,-, |.|,!j.)s|| |1(1|. ||u, (i|((,. i,,,,,,,.,
has generously placed No. 5 L few dnxsago and ;i telegram
Trevor 'square S W. at the h.u l>.> ., n<. o ,. Fn m Admiral
disp >saI of the I. nl: s Coin I rouhiid^e coiamanding the
London, 25: The p
are enforcing with a stroi
hand their power of deport-
ing uadesirable aliens. Th
have always had this por.
but war conditions fcp
rr.ada its us more desir;
and the Defense of the Rea
Act has given them m
iron-clad authority.
London, 35:Cordial re!
tions between Greece and t
Entente Powers have been 1
tablished with the Greek
government's assurance I
no attempt will be mad-j to
interfere with the Alii
troops should they, und-
contingency, be for
cross the Greek frontier; 1
that as heretofore 1
and other facilities will
afforded them. That
surances and guara
satisfactory to the A
shown in the fact i
grain ships which have :
held up at Malta I
allowed to proceed to I
destination, lelieving
would have been R
ous shortage of I
plies if their d. ti nti
been prolong! d.
It is undersl.
Mlies ha\c; al-ii 1
Greeci 1 im metan con
lion .il'i.i th. war for 1
damage that might be d
through the oc upation of
(in el< ten itoi \.
With ihe thoi ny qi"-
out of ihe way the Bi
public has cen't. red its atl..
tion upon 'Ir- altitude
Roumnnia and 1' int.
lion of Russia.
Williams7 Shoes Are Fetter


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