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I. lilLBI in n I i OFFICK Corner Shirley \\ ing mem ^ est< : .1 ly :' % %  n H ,II. at the request ol Mrs. All ird ,the I >aught< rs oftl en tertajned the II \|. \. S. "S3 dnej i 1 1 iment House Grounds. I hi men thoroughly the nour, and d li selves mensely' HI in thi on> irn said, "I 1I1 ,„| ( ] 'I 1 1 ie Captn | to ,,„,. to \'.,s .in 01 1 li foi his health". !• H n 8 and gri I to note how enthusia I brave boys were, n< I | the M : d '. %  r ded them, but i lo 1 the splendid wax t] | imas h '1 n spondi d to 1] .ill of 1 < Empin I %  | tion was in.i< lityof the con trili lothe Motor Ambul m I I. the neral opinion that t lis has hen 'marvi II u,' \|. together, all Hi ,;, ,_ ed, it is evident that our guests considi r that we ; "doing our bil doin it 1 II. It was also inh n sting to I' nrn that tl | n ey" boys and the men : %  fii -1 contingent fraternised in Jamai' • ,l| r 'a nistant visit, as to tin •lm y", and in the opinion ol that ship's 1 ompany the Bali 5 Boys! the "pi< I %  e bunch." When the is) Bahamas Contingent sailed I ir England, t' e "Sydney's"' crew eave the asl night in St. Andrews' Hall was a big success both so far • %  is numbers attending and rendering go. '! henwas plenty ol \ igi ur and plent) of ability and plent) of 1 stion of the gloi ious I dom born of sea life HI the Lit ion of the programme. Our singei made a hit while singing the song Austri will be then Ki ep youi e) 1 1 iei many." He brought down the house with an improvised last verse which did, mil "Nassau will i e there." I he 1 iitm t i onist was first rate. He si emed to turn the upper parl of his body 1 ight round. We must speciall\ mi otii 'ii the orchestra w I was gloriously grotesqui hi performer was dressed as pirate anothei as a vei y be tiful lady. Tin"bones" was quite brilliant. The Jew ish 1 haracter sk< li h bj a man who caHed himself Solomon w as a ma>terpii '< %  of 1 hai terisat in. Mr. Wells I hi rant in moving a vote of thanks made a very feli< itous littli speech, making a gi %  1 11 B." He leaV ., wife mid many relatives. 11 is d were "I'm going i" I" M! res with the Lord." His relatn to anl< the many fi iends who sted during his ill 1 ... %  1, ,. 1 —:o:-We have heard a rumour to the effect that a flei I aeroplam s, eight in numl is to visit Nassau. We are unable to make any definite statemi nt, but w undi that a fleet of in. aeroplanes from Canada had applied foi accomodation, hut ow ing to some hitch only eight 1 I thi m are 0 iming to N.,ss n | |., remaindi i will use Bermuda repoi t on in,, imancial ron ditioi thi nlony. I II" e adjou neiI until 1 night. Palini tto Point \IJ\-. 19th 1915. I he Editor "I I 1 jbuni I %  ar Sir, It mnj be of int< r1 I in the Public to ki that of the onti ibuted by (io\ ei nor's ||ai bour and I'MIMK tto Point w lui h appi .mil in issue of 6th inst., Palmi tto Point contributi d I • \ 1 he Commissioni 1 should have explained this w hen fop (Communii ated) ECHOES FROM C010NEL HILL I Inn has been plent) rains he bisl .j im mths, 111 fitly, the I'MI 1 d.mc ovi 1 theii w intei en ps. Sinn \gn ulture h.ited 011 -1 11 Hi IIH basis I \public school, the mil. tanls seems | () !„ %  gri al ly fitti d as tl; \ are slai ting I ir farms on the -.one priniples. Good! That's one step ahead. On October 25th a grand pal 1 ii 'i c mi' ting was hi Id in choi tin oin byour esteemed Ci immissioner W. I Clare Esq., for the pui pose of colng moiiev to d< fray our Brave Boy's < xp< uses for going I" I he I'n ni. r



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Ilu' meeting w is opened by the National Anthem followed by a prayer from Rev. fc. I). Farquharson. Patriotic songs and recitations were rendered by the s h i >l children which were performed creditably. A Ci >mmittee was formed l>\ the Commissioner consisting of G II ITiompson, Rev. R. I ) Farquharson, I C Farquharson, C I'. Farquharson and rtiom is VValkines. i mtribuiions were taken up* and Patriotic speeches were given by the G immil tees !t was quiti satisl n I >ry to see li >w loyally the inhabi tants responded to i he c ill. M • I hompson our teacher \ es great credit for the '•if. ienl w ly in which Ins 'ill iiriid out. riie meeting in general was qu iccess, and all were gl id io do what they can to keep our ll ig i if Liberty flying, ( ) ne of the disting lish d visitors was J (1 Maura Esq. rhanking 5 ou f< ir space, Yours, LOYALIST. Radiograms isi I)ecembi 1, 1 15. I.o 1 I 1 1 29th riie camp 1 in tlie Neai liasl is about tot ntei a ne A phase up >n whii li the 1 isits nt Lord Kitchenr tr Paris and tli >. Gei man Emperor 1 Vienna il is % %  will lia 'i portanl eff ;. Lord Kit lie iei aftei visi 1 ing 1 HI I It il\ I11 arriv ed at Paris foi 11 uiferi •• vilh the French stafl vltile I • G m in Lmperor has gone to Vien n 1 i 1 I peroi FrancesJi >seph .11I His ss \\ iili the \usti ian ext n Will I'r< sum iblv it is a qu< 1111 %  r tin; I eutons will at tack tin\n lo I ien 1 hirers in S mthi in Serbia nr concent : in West Bulgaria to meet HIP brunt of .1 Russian invasion and the possibilty of Roumania tak ing sides with the Allies and ,-, linst her old enemies Bui "aria ami I 111 Ki V. Si > far as Serbi 1 is c< mcei ned Winter appi .us \ 11 tually ii 1 have put an end to any import ant movements, although the Austrians are prcw eeding to le I with the Montenegans whose fr on t.ier 1 hey have crossed while the Bulgarians are attempting t< 1 advance to I't isrend and M nastir. I leavy and con t inuous sn iwstorms will make th. se opeiations sl<>w especially as the Serbians and Montenegrans are l.11 offering stub horn ri si stance. M o nastir, u is admitted, cannot saved bul the Serl ii ins di fend ing the city are detei mini d to resisl to the last and give the civilians a 1 ham <• t< 1 ape. I hey hold a fr ml s< imi 1 ive miles fn m the t< iwn in die direction of Pi ilep from which the Bulgarians who have crossed ihe Crass* Ui\ e r are advancing. Snow has stopped operation on the Anglo-French in ml in Sei bia fin 1 ippi ising forces who are separated by a valley a mile a ross li iving lost sight ol each othi 1. There are no details of the Greek replv to the collective note of the Enti Pov\ ers de manding facilitii s the Anglo French forces bul a lespatch from Athens says that il is lied in fiiendl) tei m s and is I ^paving the waj for the desired si it lenient w Inch e maintain ln.'i neutrality and not interfere : i i he intentions of the Mlies. Desperati fighting contii on the summit of Goriza and the Itali. ms claim to have captured more Austrian trenches hut the Austrians d< 1 ire that the ntt icks along the Isonzo have bi en n 1 ulsi I Artillery and aerial fighting I progi %  -if oenls in France while in Russia an almost complete lull pr< 1 In the ( aurasus a recrude scene of acih n\ hou ever is rep 1 ted Petr ign d recording s ei.il uuntei 1 xpe litions. Vfter ch aring ihe Battlefield it Ctesiphon near Bagdad Ihe i'i il i-h h IVI again withdrawn to the river Hie Tu • report that the British were f< >rced t< retiie bv reason of counter at tacks after suffering vei v hi a\ \ hisses. Artillery engagements in which British monitors tonic 1 • a hand continue 1 11 < ialli] oli Peninsula. The report! fr< m Rome that Austria is seeking a seperats peace with Italy are not gentr ally credited I though in • f the li n .in En pei t to Vienna is believed to lend some colour to the ru lour. 'I he recent succi sses of the Allies the in ihe Kamerui i rerunuer of the coi le of the I iei mams, rhey are now concen trated t Jaun le and although plied v find il difficult owing B itish le 1 g 1 uni lion The Allies forces are now I ping 'ii Jaunde while ; c lumi • out lo cut off a ID • .:.). London, 1 | 1 1 I' hi nas Official News: T not liing -| ecial from I ranee. Russia r 1 1 'le tachment annihilated on Stj r. In Italy tinui s Monti I zia and an l Cars >. Fui ther pi ess has I captured In Serbia j report Ihe capture i LAW. Amsterdam Clos ly foil Ing the Ka visit l < \ • %  • l the \utiian Ministi 1 i r, Com merce and Fii ie 1 d. Hie 1 I the Kaisi rs specul ition of affairs in Aust irly ns to win 1 ening is conm cted with the rumours of \ BIT I in: It is re| irtetl thai Pali. in losses < 'ii : 0 Inzo ill ing. Plity are ppan nllj G a re ;ard 1 1 -,. %  Set %  %  %  1 ed wl en the < iermans i Prizrei d London: It is n poi ted thai Roumania will d 1 in ulti mat LI 111 to Austri as s is ihe Enti nte co ntrale a hall linn men in [In I la Ik ms. Los \ \ di spaten from General Obregon I No gales states 1 It of Villa's generals, Pereyra with fifty other comma nil who after the battle in S court martialled < >bregon said th as ompletely LOC Foreigner: -I ha a well cool I've lx on i Nassauvian: — Ha tried Isn. East Bay St Foreigner: Nassauvian: I rj and you wil always. All are welcom if you wai oking Nassau evi 9m m 1 HE LINE 5J1 BO!)*' Ha.ve Ri TinLatest Sj) THE .,EW • (luarantei d 1 and Wi Suitable for V l 1 White and Bla Silver, HI ick White and Gold I (i >ld, I leliotropi Saxe Mine an Silver and LY White, Cream, tonne Nets, Lace Nets, 0\ d'Esprit, Pleati ings. Washable Msrr Black and Wl White, Dcubi PC, k Poplin, \\ doubl v.'iite 1:.. Si lie Cri pe, Cotl May ist, 101 Quarry For Sale. Si \K 1 1 1 1 : 1



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T ntiuue %  • from tliedirection uf the I lench lines. I w,-o powerful French armored cais sped down the road, with machine guns spouting death, and engaged the German reinforcements. At 1110 conclusion of this new battle the five French motor fighters were able to secure their disabled car, and Mile., Duclos ;it the wheel of her own < ar led the glorious wn i k hack in triumph. Thus it happened that she received the military cross <>f the Legion of I lonour and is the heroine of the hour." O66 *S n ft 1-/ .J Photo Post Cards OF Second Bahamas Contingent A1 Cole's Pharmacy and Dlocessan Hook Store NOTICE T ilE entire stock in trade ol thelab R E.Williams is being dispo ed of at greatly reduced pric< s as it has been divided to close down the business in the eai ly pai 1 of January. In the meantime the undei • %  :icd is prepan d to receive offers fin the purchase of the whole or any part thereof. Come and get your Christmas shoes CHEAP. An opportunity no one should inis^. No reasonable offer refused. PHILIP A TRECO Trustee for the Creditors. FOR SALE A FINE mare hoise about %  14 hands high, good mane and tail, straight legs, good hoofs, suitablefoi carrige use \pply to LLOYD. H. MAJOR. Cl in ncc 'I own Long Island. Advertise in 1 he Tribune THE ABNORMAL DEVELOPMENT ol the GIRAFFE is remarkable, but the abnormal development of the demand for SUNLIGHT SOAP is still more remarkable. It is not known bow manv people have ever seen a Giraffe, but it is known that there are millions and millions of careful housewives all over the world using Sunlight Soap These housewives no longer dread the advent of wash-day, tor, with Sr\ii;,i!i SOAP as their allv, they are assured of a quick despatch 1 fall dirt and uncleanliness. Si NLIGH I S 1 \r saves your clothes. TRY IT N E X T IN YOI'R W A S II. &simw*k DeGregory's Tire Works STEAM VULCANISING All mukes and sizes of Auto Tires and Tubes Repaired Ali WorK Guaranteed 30 EAST BAY STREET. We Want To Help The Washerwoman At The New York House and Isaiah Sweeting up Hast Sunlight Soap 6 cts pe Lightning Soap Gits ()ctagon Soap 5 cts Tow: Soap .) cts Brown Soap 1 is r bar FOR RENT D WELLING house No. 60, comer Nassau Court lane Apply to J. W. DAVIS X5he \ Imperial Orchestra i2 1n Violin*, I 2nd Violin, Vi i/> Drum .in / / 'i III B EGS to iiit' nni tlicii li iends and the general public that they are equipped with all latest music for modern dances, garden parties, and entertainments, and is also l n pared to accept engagements at short notice. 1 (rms n asonable. Forfurther partii ulars, sec Messrs, I hos. W. I.nun, Marl borough St., Saml. C. Mel'hers. 11. or Waller F Weir, Baillou Hill Road. Xmas j Cards W E ARE printing Xma< Cards in all styles and pn pared to take furth( r orders Be up-to-date and have your cards printed as yi 1 1 would like them. ()ur 1' 1 ii es are; 1 shillings per do/., or less for larg 1 quantitii 5. We alto print initials in gold letters mi \vi itin^' paper and envelopes, which 111.1 K< S vei v appn ipriateand in< xp< n sive Xmas pn scuts. LOST A GOLD hair pin with n small piei e ul chain attached, be tween West St., South and Bain's I own. Reward if returned to tribune off: Williams' Shoes Are Better r;



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Nulllu* rulilii ins (urare in verb* medial Belnx bound lo ie&r to the Dogmn.s of no Master. VOL. XIII. Nafltev, N.P.. Bb.hB.mtvs. THURSDAY. December. 2. I'M5. NO. 7 r ow Mile. Duclos Won Her Cross of the Legion of Honour. 'Mi experii nee <>f Mile. Helene Duclos, which %  give below, who annihiited pra< ti< ally a whole Jerinrui company with her fctomobile, .iiid for which ^e was awarded the Cross the Legion of Honour; rill mnk as one of the most hazing and brilliant feaibres of this war. 'One dnt Mile. Duclos, hav|g takerWome wounded men the field hospital, wa9 re burning once more lo Ihe tight line. Fagei for adventure posed tliemsi'lves in an attempt to repair the engine. Mile. Duclot saw throe German soldi, -rs rise Irom cover and advance in an effort to rush the ( ar. The) w ere shot dow n, but she saw thai in a few more minutes the Frenchmen must be overwhelm* d. Taking in the situation at a glance, the experienced motor ist sped up to ihe injured cai and backed up her machine be fore she stop| ed. 'Get in,' she (Tied to the French soldiers, 'or you will be taken in another minute.' drove'irr car up a mountain I l l( five Frenchmen jumped tfliich was nol included into Mile. Duclos car with their the trench zone, and entered rifles, wild, mountainous country, Under a rain of bullets she juni winch the French were sped back b) the way she had fipera'ely trying to drive the "' l,l( Luckily they all escap %  raiansb) (lank attacks, sur ed, and a turn in the zigzag rises, aii raids and other strat "'•'" l s "" n l' ul tll( '"> out of dan Ems. K er [Soon the rattle of nilc bullets! The Germans must have tal< iiu machine Rim tire close at land caught her attenlion. A urn in tlie road brought her in i'ii possession of ihe car leisurely manner after the es cape of the French. It was car, but Mile Duclos demon strated that she was the onl) one who could get the best speed out of her car. Thus she forced them to let her stay in the [dace of danger. Behind a pile of rocks that marked the meeting of the roads they las in wait for the return i ] Germans. Up the road came the ( i er mans tugging at a rope that drew the great disabled French armored car. There were al forty of them, practicall) hall n company, minus the m had already fallen in the fight. It was impossible for the five Frenchmen to c< | e w ith them in any ordinary fight. Onl) surprise and stratagi m could hope to meet the situation. Mile. Duclos immediatel) suggested that she should d i straight dow n on unsuspecting < i< rmans. I lei oppm (unity for a great ai tion had come. She 51 i/ed it. Down hill upon the toiling Germans Hew the greal I horsepower car. Straight asan arrow it went, with the weight ol its two tons multiplied a hundred times by its speed and downw ard course, \il the < iermans in iis full path w ent down like ripe coi n The car liew on itdeath until it r hed tun d French armored car. Duclos missed this by an in culable fraction of an ii then slowly brought her car to a ["he 1 rench soldiers looki ( ) nly a few Gem an • who ut of the ] the auto, h 1 B] I or maiming, Pei hips tht six in all, and they wen 1 at the demon of deal h swept through thi Thi Frei ed the i( 111 grenades and would | n > I art) and n apl v. hi n a part> of I seen riding up tl the di of thi It aviators of both • ! fight over the < ed car and I ad cai ried w to their respe live Once in ire the gallant I %  >r fighters were in of ben i.e. w iped "in! A co operation w ith the i Mile. I tuclos ran her 1 again, putling it b< tw survivi is of the firs! i i art) and the ne %  n a In fore the scythe. Straight it jghi of a big armored French precious booty to them. Pro (hat stood disabled in the liddle of the road 1 he engine |rnd been sm.isln d In a shell. The < ifiiiaiis were firiiijj al It from cover some distance Iway The French soldiers tere flring,away from the pro etion of the armor with achiue Rims and their lilies, lit Ihev weie handir ipped lo Dably they tried to repair it, and, finding that impossible, stalled to tow it hack. Tin/ Frew hiiien w ere m t sat isfied to escape with their Ii i and lease theii car behind. Mile I luclos had noted careful ly the direction of the surri >und ing roads. After running back a short distance she found a ments. 1 his mi i\ e %  (lew on without being swerved '' a ::i,; 1 d isadv f in the slightest degree b) I were •landing ah I human obstacles in its way. "pen place, but, ol it ex| osi d the r renchmi Several heads flew up in the newl) arriving German for The Frenchmen wit flving car. ;m .| istols disposed of t 1 di istl) iragim nts "I llesh and iod air and arms and chopped o|T by the laijytnobility of the car. and road that would lead them to ie Ri mans we're gradually en! the one that the (iermans would frcling them. Three of the.follow on their way back. light Frenchmen forming the| The French officer in charge few of the car la) dead in thejof the party insisted on on tak lad. killed while they had ex ling the steering wheel uf the I e, a muddy mixture of I and s iscera, human ten: Ih 1! had n itl ing human about them, spattered the w heels the body and all the occupants of the car. 'I felt like the very incarnn lion of the spii it of d< struct ii n and revenge,' sat Mlli. Du1 los di sci ibing this w ild scene. '1 was not human.' nant of the lust German i and then started to hit< h disabled car to Mil machine, A showi 1 ol bullets Ie wa 1 I 1 ;: gallant 1 ffu bably I > in \ •\V in 1 1 ss hir-r-i !' earn 1 i Wear Armbrister's Shoes


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Nulllu* rulilii ins (urare in verb* medial
Belnx bound lo ie&r to the Dogmn.s of no Master.
VOL. XIII.
Nafltev, N.P.. Bb.hB.mtvs. THURSDAY. December. 2. I'M5.
NO. 7
row Mile. Duclos Won Her
Cross of the Legion
of Honour.
'Mi experii nee <>f Mile.
Helene Duclos, which
give below, who annihi-
ited pra< ti< ally a whole
Jerinrui company with her
fctomobile, .iiid for which
^e was awarded the Cross
the Legion of Honour;
rill mnk as one of the most
hazing and brilliant fea-
ibres of this war.
'One dnt Mile. Duclos, hav-
|g takerWome wounded men
the field hospital, wa9 re
burning once more lo Ihe tight
line. Fagei for adventure
posed tliemsi'lves in an attempt
to repair the engine.
Mile. Duclot saw throe Ger-
man soldi, -rs rise Irom cover and
advance in an effort to rush the
( ar. The) w ere shot dow n, but
she saw thai in a few more
minutes the Frenchmen must
be overwhelm* d.
Taking in the situation at a
glance, the experienced motor
ist sped up to ihe injured cai
and backed up her machine be
fore she stop| ed.
'Get in,' she (Tied to the
French soldiers, 'or you will be
taken in another minute.'
drove'irr car up a mountain I 'll(' five Frenchmen jumped
_ tfliich was nol included into Mile. Duclos car with their
the trench zone, and entered rifles,
wild, mountainous country, Under a rain of bullets she
juni winch the French were sped back b) the way she had
fipera'ely trying to drive the "'l,l(' Luckily they all escap
raiansb) (lank attacks, sur ed, and a turn in the zigzag
rises, aii raids and other strat "''"l s""n l'ul tll('"> out of dan
Ems. Ker-
[Soon the rattle of nilc bullets! The Germans must have tal<
iiu machine Rim tire close at
land caught her attenlion. A
urn in tlie road brought her in
i'ii possession of ihe car
leisurely manner after the es
cape of the French. It was
car, but Mile Duclos demon
strated that she was the onl)
one who could get the best
speed out of her car. Thus she
forced them to let her stay in
the [dace of danger.
Behind a pile of rocks that
marked the meeting of the roads
they las in wait for the return
i ] Germans.
Up the road came the (ier
mans tugging at a rope that
drew the great disabled French
armored car. There were al
forty of them, practicall) hall n
company, minus the m
had already fallen in the fight.
It was impossible for the five
Frenchmen to c< | e w ith them
in any ordinary fight. Onl)
surprise and stratagi m could
hope to meet the situation.
Mile. Duclos immediatel)
suggested that she should d
i straight dow n on
unsuspecting < i< rmans. I lei
oppm (unity for a great ai tion
had come. She 51 i/ed it.
Down hill upon the toiling
Germans Hew the greal I
horsepower car. Straight asan
arrow it went, with the weight
ol its two tons multiplied a
hundred times by its speed and
downw ard course,
\il the < iermans in iis full
path w ent down like ripe coi n
The car liew on it-
death until it r hed
tun d French armored car.
Duclos missed this by an in
culable fraction of an ii
then slowly brought her
car to a -
["he 1 rench soldiers looki
()nly a few Gem an
who ut of the ]
the auto, h 1 B] I
or maiming, Pei hips tht
six in all, and they wen 1
at the demon of deal h
swept through thi
Thi Frei
ed the i( 111
grenades and would |
n >
I art) and n apl
v. hi n a part> of I
seen riding up tl
the di of thi
It
aviators of both
! fight over the <
ed car and I ad cai ried w
to their respe live
Once in ire the gallant I
>r fighters were in
of ben i.e. w iped "in! A
co operation w ith the i
Mile. I tuclos ran her 1
again, putling it b< tw
survivi is of the firs! i
i art) and the ne n
a In fore the scythe. Straight it
jghi of a big armored French precious booty to them. Pro
(hat stood disabled in the
liddle of the road 1 he engine
|rnd been sm.isln d In a shell.
The < ifiiiaiis were firiiijj al
It from cover some distance
Iway The French soldiers
tere flring,away from the pro
etion of the armor with
achiue Rims and their lilies,
lit Ihev weie handir ipped lo
Dably they tried to repair it,
and, finding that impossible,
stalled to tow it hack.
Tin/ Frew hiiien w ere m t sat
isfied to escape with their Ii i
and lease theii car behind.
Mile I luclos had noted careful
ly the direction of the surri >und
ing roads. After running back
a short distance she found a
ments. 1 his mi i\ e
(lew on without being swerved '' a ::i,;'1 d.isadvf
in the slightest degree b) I were landing ah I
human obstacles in its way. "pen place, but, ol
it ex| osi d the r renchmi
Several heads flew up in the newl) arriving German for
The Frenchmen wit
flving car. ;m.| istols disposed of t
1 di istl) iragim nts "I llesh and
iod
air and arms and
chopped o|T by the
laijytnobility of the car. and road that would lead them to
ie Ri mans we're gradually en- the one that the (iermans would
frcling them. Three of the.follow on their way back.
light Frenchmen forming the| The French officer in charge
few of the car la) dead in thejof the party insisted on on tak
lad. killed while they had ex ling the steering wheel uf the
I.....e, a muddy mixture of I
and s iscera, human ten:
Ih 1! had n itl ing human about
them, spattered the w heels
the body and all the occupants
of the car.
'I felt like the very incarnn
lion of the spii it of d< struct ii n
and revenge,' sat Mlli. Du-
1 los di sci ibing this w ild scene.
'1 was not human.'
nant of the lust German i
and then started to hit< h
disabled car to Mil
machine,
A showi 1 ol bullets
Ie wa 1
I 1 ;: gallant 1 ffu
bably I > in \
\V
in 1 1
ss hir-r-i !'
earn 1 i
Wear Armbrister's Shoes


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I >aught< rs oftl en
tertajned the II \|. \.
S. "S3 dnej i 1 1 iment
House Grounds. I hi men
thoroughly the
nour, and d li
selves mensely'
hi in thi on> ir-
n said, "I 1I1 ,|(]
'I 1 1 ie Captn | to ,,,.
to \'.,s .in 01 1 li foi
his health". ! H
'n8 and gri I to note
how enthusia I brave
boys were, n< I | the
' M : d '. rded
them, but i lo 1 the
splendid wax t] | imas
h '1 n spondi d to 1] .ill of
1 < Empin I |
tion was in.i<
lityof the con trili lothe
Motor Ambul m I I. the
neral opinion that
t lis has hen 'marvi II u,' \|.
together, all Hi ,;, ,_
ed, it is evident that our
guests considi r that we ;
"doing our bil doin it
1 II.
It was also inh n sting to
I' nrn that tl |ney" boys
and the men : fii -1 con-
tingent fraternised in Jamai-
' ,l|r 'a nistant
visit,as to tin - lm y", and
in the opinion ol that ship's
1 ompany the Bali 5 Boys!
the "pi< I e bunch."
When the is) Bahamas Con-
tingent sailed I ir England,
t' e "Sydney's"' crew eave
the
asl
night in St. Andrews' Hall
was a big success both so far
is numbers attending and
rendering go. '! hen- was
plenty ol \ igi ur and plent)
of ability and plent) of
1 stion of the gloi ious I
dom born of sea life hi the
Lit ion of the programme.
Our singei made a hit while
singing the song Austri
will be then Ki ep youi e) 1
1 iei many." He brought down
the house with an improvised
last verse which did,mil
"Nassau will i e there."
I he 1 iitmtionist was first
rate. He si emed to turn the
upper parl of his body 1 ight
round. We must speciall\
mi otii 'ii the orchestra w I
was gloriously grotesqui hi
performer was dressed as
pirate anothei as a vei y be
tiful lady. Tin- "bones" was
quite brilliant. The Jew ish
1 haracter sk< li h bj a man
who caHed himself Solomon
w as a ma>terpii '< of 1 hai
terisat in. Mr. Wells I hi rant
in moving a vote of thanks
made a very feli< itous littli
speech, making a g of the fact that while "N
sau will be thi re It is v. l s''''' : Esq., was
evident that \ustralia.s there aPP.....'"' |enquin intoanc'
The men declare they have
ne\' i teen treated so ni< ply.
They weie inmii d( I by
the In ispitality of the 11 y
Scouts. Bravi i Nassau!
. attend* d:
Hoi 1 P Sands, G. II.
Gamblin, l)i i 11. J< thns< in,
J. R. C. ^ 1 i R.
Wheatle} I u r 11 e, Ez<
Bain. li I.. Bi iwen. I.. V. Sii|i i-
nion. L. W. Young, W, K.
Moore, C I Uburv, L. G
Bii. e. k. W W. C
li .1 1, \< II Cui ry, \
K. Solomon; Dr. C C
the bush
.1 fi 11111.1l 1 harai ter. i. W
Armb ter 1 \ only p
nom 'i in as
in 1 h 1 S ilvador,
in the plai e of T. Cuh

I v to H i
Excelli the G
pei at I ning ol
'..i;reported from tin
ted t o p
Me- His I
lency the G 2 to 6.
im lusi\ e, wi e pn s< nti d bj
Hon J I'
A sell
of l
il :ih n: \YV B Jol
Esq Cl as E Albury Esq.,
Jas. P. S.i,ids Esq., .1 R, I
Y< mng Esq ,Geo VVe
R. II. Currj Esq W. I1. \ |.
'erli v I- 1] C R "1 thi !! I s.
I !
warding the money. Was he
ashamed to say th.it a place
Ida'Gov< moi's Harbour gave
1 "'.v L ~ '3 ()?
Yours tinl\
ONE WHO KNOWS
CORRECTIONS.
In the veesi b that we pub-
lished in ..in 1 1 .in
verse 1 |, foi "11 ake '
read "makes I he mimii m
vi rse j 1. I"i "1:1 mii me" 11 .id
"for me" in vei e 10. f<
1 all'd" read "had 1 all'd".
Also read as qm ,\ \, ms:
d h; coin of
lm ;and tin- lust lm.- (,f
! : I as the loin tb
11: "I h.it Im ings
;di-bubble to nougl I
at in liist line 1 if verse
'and add "I'll tr<
.Hid I ; ".'.1.1 is'd W 1 Mils'*
:
DIED.
At (1 -.! n ,1 \ Harbour,
I l. on 'I ], \(l.
i :. Mi. John I'. Culn 1 r,
4 1 y< irs ol age. He v. as at
one lime Caj t 1.1 11 . "Eure-
I aftei wirds Mil] 1 >i
1 11 B." He leaV .,
wife mid many relatives. 11 is
d were "I'm going
i" I" m! res with the Lord."
His relatn to anl<
the many fi iends who
sted during his ill
1 ... 1, ,. 1
:o:--
We have heard a rumour
to the effect that a flei I
aeroplam s, eight in numl
is to visit Nassau. We are
unable to make any definite
statemi nt, but w undi
that a fleet of in. aeroplanes
from Canada had applied foi
accomodation, hut ow ing to
some hitch only eight 1 I thi m
are 0 iming to N.,ss n | |.,
remaindi i will use Bermuda
repoi t on in,, imancial ron
ditioi thi nlony.
I II" e adjou neiI until
' 1 night.
Palini tto Point
\ij\-. 19th 1915.
I he Editor "I I 1 jbuni .
I ar Sir,
It mnj be of int< r-
1 I in the Public to ki
that of the onti ibuted
by (io\ ei nor's ||ai bour and
I'mImk tto Point w lui h ap-
pi .mil in issue of 6th inst.,
Palmi tto Point contributi d
I \
1 he Commissioni 1 should
have explained this w hen fop
(Communii ated)
ECHOES FROM C010NEL HILL
I Inn has been plent) rains
' he bisl .j im mths, 111
fitly, the I'mi 1 d.mc
ovi 1 theii w intei en ps.
Sinn \gn ulture h.i-
ted 011 -1 11 Hi iIh basis I \-
public school, the mil.
tanls seems |() ! gri al ly
fitti d as tl; \ are slai ting
I ir farms on the -.one prin-
iples. Good! That's one
step ahead.
On October 25th a grand
pal 1 ii 'i c mi' ting was hi Id in
choi tin oin byour esteem-
ed Ci immissioner W. I Clare
Esq., for the pui pose of col-
ng moiiev to d< fray our
Brave Boy's < xp< uses for go-
ing I" I he I'n ni.
r


Ilu' meeting w is opened
by the National Anthem fol-
lowed by a prayer from Rev.
fc. I). Farquharson. Patriotic
songs and recitations were
rendered by the s h i >l child-
ren which were performed
creditably.
A Ci >mmittee was formed
l>\ the Commissioner consist-
ing of G II ITiompson, Rev.
R. I). Farquharson, I C Far-
quharson, C I'. Farquharson
and rtiom is VValkines.
i mtribuiions were taken
up* and Patriotic speeches
were given by the G immil -
tees
!t was quiti satisl n I >ry to
see li >w loyally the inhabi
tants responded to i he c ill.
M I hompson our teacher
! \ es great credit for the
'if. ienl w ly in which Ins
'ill iirii- d out.
riie meeting in general was
qu iccess, and all were
gl id io do what they can to
keep our ll ig i if Liberty fly-
ing,
()ne of the disting lish d
visitors was J (1 Maura Esq.
rhanking 5 ou f< ir space,
Yours,
LOYALIST.
Radiograms
isi I)ecembi 1, 1 15.
I.o 1 I 1 1 29th riie camp
1 in tlie Neai liasl is about
tot ntei a ne a phase up >n whii li
the 1 isits nt Lord Kitchenr tr
Paris and tli >. Gei man Emperor
1 Vienna il is will
lia 'i portanl eff ;.
Lord Kit lie iei aftei visi 1 ing
1 hi I It il\ I11 arriv
ed at Paris foi 11 uiferi vilh
the French stafl vltile I G
m in Lmperor has gone to Vien !
n 1 i 1 I peroi FrancesJi >seph '
.11I His ss \\ iili the \usti ian
ext n
Will
I'r< sum iblv it is a qu<
1111 r tin; I eutons will at tack
tin- \n lo I ien 1 hirers in
S mthi in Serbia nr concent:
in West Bulgaria to meet Hip
brunt of .1 Russian invasion and
the possibilty of Roumania tak
ing sides with the Allies and
,-, linst her old enemies Bui
"aria ami I 111 Ki V.
Si > far as Serbi 1 is c< mcei ned
Winter appi .us \ 11 tually ii 1
have put an end to any import
ant movements, although the
Austrians are prcw eeding to
le I with the Montenegans
whose fr on t.ier 1 hey have
crossed while the Bulgarians
are attempting t< 1 advance to
I't isrend and M nastir.
I leavy and con t inuous
sn iwstorms will make th. se
opeiations sl<>w especially as
the Serbians and Montene-
grans are l.11 offering stub
horn ri si stance. M o nastir,
u is admitted, cannot
saved bul the Serl ii ins di fend
ing the city are detei mini d
to resisl to the last and give
the civilians a 1 ham < t<
1 ape. I hey hold a fr ml s< imi
1 ive miles fn m the t< iwn in
die direction of Pi ilep from
which the Bulgarians who
have crossed ihe Crass*
Ui\er are advancing.
Snow has stopped opera-
tion on the Anglo-French
in ml in Sei bia fin 1 ippi ising
forces who are separated by
a valley a mile a ross li iving
lost sight ol each othi 1.
There are no details of the
Greek replv to the collective
note of the Enti Pov\ ers de
manding facilitii s the Anglo
French forces bul a lespatch
from Athens says that il is
lied in fiiendl) teims and is
I ^paving the waj for
the desired si it lenient w Inch
e maintain
ln.'i neutrality and not interfere
:i i he intentions of the Mlies.
Desperati fighting contii
on the summit of Goriza and
the Itali.ms claim to have cap-
tured more Austrian trenches
hut the Austrians d< 1 ire that
the ntt icks along the Isonzo
have bi en n 1 ulsi I
Artillery and aerial fighting
I progi -- if oenls
in France while in Russia an
almost complete lull pr< 1
In the ( aurasus a recrude
scene of acih n\ hou ever is
rep 1 ted Petr ign d recording
s ei.il uuntei 1 xpe litions.
Vfter ch aring ihe Battlefield
it Ctesiphon near Bagdad Ihe
i'i il i-h h ivi again withdrawn
to the river Hie Tu report
that the British were f< >rced t< .
retiie bv reason of counter at
tacks after suffering vei v hi a\ \
-
hisses.
Artillery engagements in
which British monitors tonic
1
a hand continue 1 11 < ialli] oli
Peninsula.
The report! fr< m Rome that
Austria is seeking a seperats
peace with Italy are not gentr
ally credited I though in
f the
li n .in En pei t to Vienna
is believed to lend some colour
to the ru lour.
'I he recent succi sses of the
Allies the in ihe Kamerui i
rerunuer
of the coi le of the
I iei mams, rhey are now concen
trated t Jaun le and although
plied v find
il difficult owing B itish
le 1 g 1 uni
lion The Allies forces are now
I ping 'ii Jaunde while
; c lumi out
lo cut off a
ID .:.).
London, 1 |
1 1
I' hi nas
Official News: T not
liing -| ecial from I ranee.
Russia r 1 1 'le
tachment annihilated on
Stj r.
In Italy
tinui s Monti I zia and
an l Cars >. Fui ther pi ess has
I
captured
In Serbia j report
Ihe capture '
i LAW.
Amsterdam Clos ly foil
Ing the Ka visit l < \
l the \u-
tiian Ministi 1 i r, Com
merce and Fii ie
1 d.
Hie 1 I the
Kaisi rs
specul ition
of affairs in Aust irly
ns to win 1 ening is
conm cted with the rumours of
\
Bit I in: It is re| irtetl thai
Pali.in losses < 'ii ': 0 I- nzo
ill ing. Plity are ppan nllj
G a re
;ard 1
1 -,. Set 1
ed wl en the < iermans i
Prizrei d
London: It is n poi ted thai
Roumania will d 1 in ulti
mat li 111 to Austri as s......is ihe
Enti nte co ntrale a hall
linn men in [In I la Ik ms.
Los \ \ di spaten
from General Obregon I No
gales states 1 It of Villa's
generals, Pereyra
with fifty other
comma nil who
after the battle in S
court martialled
< >bregon said th
as ompletely
LOC
Foreigner: -I ha
a well cool
I've lx on i
Nassauvian: Ha
tried Isn.
East Bay St
Foreigner:
Nassauvian: I rj
and you wil
always.
All are welcom
if you wai '
. oking
Nassau evi
9m m
1 HE LINE
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Ha.ve Ri
Tin- Latest Sj)
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(luarantei d 1
and Wi
Suitable for V
l 1
White and Bla
Silver, HI ick
White and Gold I
(i >ld, I leliotropi
Saxe Mine an
Silver and LY
White, Cream,
tonne Nets, -
Lace Nets, 0\
d'Esprit, Pleati
ings.
Washable Msrr
Black and Wl
White, Dcubi
PC,
k Poplin, \\
doubl
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Si
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1


T
ntiuue
from tliedirection uf the I lench
lines.
I w,-o powerful French armor-
ed cais sped down the road,
with machine guns spouting
death, and engaged the German
reinforcements.
At 1110 conclusion of this new
battle the five French motor
fighters were able to secure
their disabled car, and Mile.,
Duclos ;it the wheel of her own
< ar led the glorious wn i k hack
in triumph.
Thus it happened that she
received the military cross <>f
the Legion of I lonour and is the
heroine of the hour."
O66 *- S n ft 1-/ .J
Photo Post Cards
OF
Second Bahamas
Contingent
A1 Cole's Pharmacy
and Dlocessan Hook Store
NOTICE
TilE entire stock in trade
ol thelab R E.Williams
is being dispo ed of at great-
ly reduced pric< s as it has
been divided to close down
the business in the eai ly pai 1
of January.
In the meantime the undei
:icd is prepan d to receive
offers fin the purchase of the
whole or any part thereof.
Come and get your Christ-
mas shoes CHEAP.
An opportunity no one
should inis^.
No reasonable offer refused.
PHILIP A TRECO
Trustee for the Creditors.
FOR SALE
A FINE mare hoise about
14 hands high, good mane
and tail, straight legs, good
hoofs, suitablefoi carrige use
\pply to
LLOYD. H. MAJOR.
Cl in ncc 'I own
Long Island.
Advertise in
1 he Tribune
THE ABNORMAL DEVELOPMENT
ol the Giraffe is remarkable, but the abnormal
development of the demand for Sunlight Soap is
still more remarkable. It is not known bow manv
people have ever seen a Giraffe, but it is known
that there are millions and millions of careful
housewives all over the world using
Sunlight Soap
These housewives no longer dread
the advent of wash-day, tor, with
Sr\ii;,i!i Soap as their allv, they
are assured of a quick despatch 1 fall
dirt and uncleanliness. Si nligh i
S 1 \r saves your clothes.
TRY IT
N E X T
IN YOI'R
W A S II.

&simw*k
DeGregory's Tire Works
Steam Vulcanising
All mukes and sizes of
Auto Tires and Tubes Repaired
Ali WorK Guaranteed
30 EAST BAY STREET.
We Want To Help
The
Washerwoman
At The New York House
and
Isaiah Sweeting
up Hast
Sunlight Soap 6 cts pe
Lightning Soap Gits "
()ctagon Soap 5 cts "
Tow: Soap .) cts "
Brown Soap 1 is "
r bar
FOR RENT
DWELLING house No.
60, comer Nassau Court
lane
Apply to
J. W. DAVIS
X5he
\ Imperial
Orchestra
i2 1n Violin*, I 2nd Violin, Vi
i/> Drum .in / / 'i III
BEGS to iiit' nni tlicii li iends
and the general public
that they are equipped with
all latest music for modern
dances, garden parties, and
entertainments, and is also
l n pared to accept engage-
ments at short notice. 1 (rms
n asonable. Forfurther par-
tii ulars, sec Messrs, I hos. W.
I.nun, Marl borough St., Saml.
C. Mel'hers. 11. or Waller F
Weir, Baillou Hill Road.
Xmas
j Cards
WE ARE printing Xma<
Cards in all styles and
pn pared to take furth( r
orders Be up-to-date and
have your cards printed as
yi 1 1 would like them.
()ur 1' 1 ii es are; 1 shillings
per do/., or less for larg 1
quantitii 5.
We alto print initials in
gold letters mi \vi itin^' paper
and envelopes, which 111.1 K< S
vei v appn ipriateand in< xp< n
sive Xmas pn scuts.
LOST
A GOLD hair pin
with n small piei e ul
chain attached, be
tween West St., South and
Bain's I own.
Reward if returned to
" tribune off:

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