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Foa #rr.r m m ta in w p -wyf THE BAHAMAS CHAMBER OF COMMEPXE. m^m' tm i-m mm t %  .WKIBJMBP.'.> Our Day W /a v v Jthose who did o6t,e hereby A 87 ,,;v tr.e LsovcYV.cy ...,i„,i o,.,, .1.1 one ..who .to The business men of ihc FOR SALE 'Peerless A The By reminded that this is loulcl sales and thej u-( t k when they should keep! ! 'account of their sal. lovcvncy nnd %  Lady Allardy'ai, PAGEANT OF also aU receipt8 empire and our This applies to all, from Aj{: dC the fisherman to the Lady n^,. ... se ler of fin and silks: r% r C v i t S and s it is Hoped thai all busi. %  y\ r % 1 ^uiaes ^ es u .,|j carrj out ,,„ Assisted by aoo children Prom ,. rSl !,,„, to gjvea percentage tW Public Schools. passenger >K)R CAR inifnf for any ti rtlplates Vent during the winter car months. To be si'Id at a moderate price. •Apply to WAI.'I VAl K. Balra Chamber of cm rncrcc 'OUR DAY'Oct. 19 RED CROSS FUND MOORE: IN" THE Barrack Grounds 011 the afternoon of October the 20th. I>R.OGR.AM!*F. : Tableaux. Songs; Grand rch, Band. Music by the 1'olice ADMISSION Adults Children 6d. 3d. Tickets can beobtained from the Scouts or Girl Guides, and entrance fee will also beiered of the • ales to "OIK DAV fond, for the relief f our sick and wounded soldiers aili : I tins terrible but rigbtous war. You V.iil bet a I led upon on [Friday or as sown I possible by a represent; I of th Chamber who will be pleased to i as 1111 coitti ibution is you can ; sibly ma4ce, bearing in m that the object I'm. \ti fund is I alls for a real < %  on the part of every loyal British • ubj< t. No amount will be COnsid* insignificant or too T-l W. C P.. Johnson, Esq., Ties. 'lh>n. J. li. C. Young, 1 StaS. Coinmittc Chas. E. Albury, I Arthur D. Sutti n, E5q. R. \Y. •Conti (buttons i i ey, Produce, I, I \ ill be i at 01 61 the Chi r ("HAS. J. ABBOTT, Secy, t Coi mittee. %  NOTICE. i l.TLRE under the. ;, ;ctober. • /' %  "/* His \:\ cv THE GOVERNOR AM) LADY ALI AI Dvcr. 1 accepted at the Main Cafe at small. Pennies will mafte the Barracks. Pounds, so let every one do All the, chairs that it is r> ,,r her best, nnd the result '" procure will be on the will'be surprising. ['he Honorary Secretary, NOTICE *r() ALL wbpm it n stole Grounds arid an extn will be charged for each KUt, The entire proceeds are to be Riven to theRed Cross "Our Day" fund. There are above 40,000 people of my race in the Bahamas, therefore why should I worry. Instead, I shall simplv rerrmin. Yours faithfully, DR. J. A. WRIGHT "(Dentist.) 37 Market Street, Nassau, M. I'. ( Office Hours: 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sundays, q to 11 a.m. ICE "pHE Bahamas Timber Co. %  begs to draw attention of the public to the fact that of ey are now selling Ice at their Lumber Office on East St. City. Hours, 6 a.m. to 6 p.m. Hon. J. C. R. Young, willacknowled :>• through the columns f>f 'his Journal the receipt of all contributions. THE BAHAMAS CHAMBER OF COMMERCE. W. C. B. JOHN'-.ON. / Prrsidi pi Just Arrived Enamel Beds, and Springs, Fancy Goods, and Notions. Shoes. E. C. Griffin. Bay St. and Victoria Art. cei n: District Grand >ffic eis of District No. 3 of the Baham • the G. G. A. O. S. of Love and C&aril 's follows : Jas. A. Knowles, D.G.W.S. TJie FM j The Development Ecard will 1 liibit at Imperial Theatre ()ctoD r 19th at 8.30 p in. in cud of "Our Day" RED CROSS FUND %  by the Sub tborized o/li Attested, A. J. J n, G.G.W.S. Per J. li. Kn iw| G.G. D.W.S Nassau audn rn es. Intersi sed with omsicaj si l< ctions by well known artists. I'ox seats 3s. Ore i I is S< ervjd. W. A. MATHER [nTj rr .UNDERTAKER INU 1 Iv^t r\ESIt?ES to inform bis 'TriIERccniitinsCommitteeLV friends and the Public M aroag.-un enlisting m-n thai he has just received a for Drafts for the Bahamas f e uu ,f 1t 0 f faciHtisi -ontingent. Applicants wfjl for the baseness of an under taker, *whieh places him in a ition to carry out Fupecals Advertise in fha Tribune. be attendi d to hi iween Sa.m and | p.m. at the Commandant's (lii'ue at the Barracks. Enlist now as th vessel for Jamaica will bs leaving early •in Novembei R if. C CKAWI'ORD. Commandant. that may be en tested to hie care with system and de* patch; and respectfully soli cits their patrni age. Get my price first and prove that they arc the very lowest for first class work. I est A. Ligrrtbourn. I marine Film Corporation m I >.G.S, the Advn ti-wig I. Shej,aid, D.D.M. rui(!er fie 11 ecnti l< "I li auti* t. And 'in, G'G. Inspector 1 ful Na?sau" ''Empire Day The above are the only -in' 111 N'ass.u" "\)< of I Contingent." All utw to



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!• .( 44 News FOP Everybody" Nulltvia ruidii-im |urar in vsfrb inn.wistrl Beinu bound 10 iwo&r 10 the Dogma.* of no Master. — II I MJIII l ( .. VOL. XIII 1 %  %  M i. i %  %  .. Nrnwtu N.P.. Bn>he.maa.WEDNKSnAY October 18. I'JIfe 5HS.L. OILBKftl! IH'iTiu, HdiUi ami I'rujirietur. OfFIOM Corner Shirley & Charlotte S* \aasan, N. P., liahamas TH0N1 909. I'. O. IK).\ 101. Pl/HLIMIKD DAILY RATES Monday. Welnasday and Friday— twgle.arm ;, rueeday,ana Thursday nnglecopy i Along tlie SloHiod, --ays Berlin, Rossi in attacks were repulsed, Germ HI iipi.clits in the neighbour hoOd if "Mull anil Schwaben Redoubts m ih'' I biepval region, have been o.ptmed by the British and with I hem more Iban^bq prisoneri I o the t-.i-t nAr Cui'' udecout the Bruiah Hive also sjrghtly adtkno eel thcii 11 rieiiin admits that the British north of I hcpviil, g-nned a firm hold on German trenches and that the French, south of the Somme, have won a footing in the auger t& fiui-i y at Gershonvint. I"lie French in Saturdays; fighting in the Ablaincouri-BeHoy lector made i too German* prisoner, tdvertiiiug Rataa r— %  pane* per line '" MacedfffliH the Serbians have for first insertion: three pence pel line made a fuither advance alone the [Mtewnd'iiweitnwiar.donepenn) CM left hank of the Cema Rivei while line tor sulnqnent insert Satorday—auigla copj %  Id Weekly 1 1 Monthly ... IS. -. i yhiaitcrly ... r ; Sd Half Yearly.,. 'i~. Pearly IH I'AVAi'.l.l IN \n\ A NOR Y^^^TTiV lie FrPnch Iwve cut tinrailway Vivertiseinents under eivht linei s. ,. ., 0 TI r ^ —— ^ mmml ^^ a '"'* ou n '" Seres. I lie njltinj; throughout this region goofi'st* Telegrams October, 17th, 10,16. London, 15: -A ili, Jgh the Iv>u maniaoa in northeast Transylvania continue, to fa 'I hack befoie the Ausiio-Geimans firm this region all along tin" natil' line 10 the vicinity of Orsova on tinDanube they alone are not only giving battle 10 their adversaries hut at Several points by violent Counter-attack-, have named an advantage over them. Bucharest a.lfnits tinretiiemerit of her lords' in the Kaliman Mountains on the northwest front hut says further south infantry of the Teutons was put to flight by Roumanian artilleiy fire. Successes were also obtained by the Roumanians in the Oiutz and Jml Valleys whert, violent attar ks were repulsed with heavy ci.sualiies On both sides of the Szmdik I'ass theJ Roumanians continue on the offensive but Rerlin says that their attacks have been repulsed. In the Carpathians the AustroGennani re-captured the height of Smotrac. In Volfiynia .violent fighting has again broken out. Here both Russians and Teutons claifti successes. Petrograd says that north of Korynitza the Russians captured a German trench inflicting heavy casualties on its occupant*. mainly of artilleiy duels, Olil* isolated infantry attacks In ve been repoi ted. Mill fuiihei gains for the Itali inin the Caiso region are reported by Rome. London, 15:—At a banquet last .night given by the Greek Committee of National Defense in honour of the members of the provisional government Venizelos made a stiiking speech, says Reuters Saloniki correspondent, ''I he Greek people,'' he said, "have been led to the brink of a precipice by • conscienceless monarchy winch 11 ads common cause with the politicians of out decadent epoch. When thisgieat war.afforded us the opportunity of realising our national ideals our people were prevented from pursuing the path to their glory because of an alliance with h' i nditaiy nemies. King i'' ri-st'intin believes him s.-lf King by the Grace of God, This conception in diametrically opposed to the mind of the nation which admits of a regime of royalty but desires that royalty should be democratic.'' Laredo, Texas. 15:—Ten thousand defacto government troops who were defeated at Te puacan October 6th joined the Felix Diar movement, accord ing to seemingly reliable infor rnation reaching the bolder to day. A column of 5,000 troops under General Jose Robles sent •gainst the revolutionists de clared themselves with their leader for Diaz. STORM, Washington, 17:—The tropi < al disturbance this morning is apparently moving northward across the Gulf of Mexico and will cause northerly gales along the Gulf Coast. All shipping is advised to lay in port and all interests on the coasts should take necessary precaution. October 181 h, 1916. Via (nmacia. London:—Yesterday much successiul work Was carried out by pur aeroplanes in conjunction with artillery. One hostile battery was completely destroyed and many otbei heavily damaged. The enemy lat night unsuccessfully attacked oui |. laitionsnl Schwaben Redoubt Fbeii losv^ were exceedingly heavy, We took 68 prisoners. Our loss M weie very slight. Paris:—There has been great .artillery activity along the entiia Sonune front. Between Geremont and Ablaincourt we captured a ,>mall wood and four guns. North of the Somme the Trench have consolfdated positions recent ly captured. Buch-rest: — Austro-German attacks in Transylvania have been repulsed. Petrograd:—'Heavy fighting con tinues in Galicis east and south of Lernbecg, We repulsed strong attacks southwest of the Dorna and Watts' region. Via Key West. London: —It is reported that the Entepte Allies have taken over three Greek battleships, the Kilkos (formerly UnitedStatt s Ship Idaho) the Lemno (Formerly UnitedStatrs Ship Mississippi), and the Aveioff. Allies ciews have been placed aboard and the Greek crews sent to Athens. The Entente took all the rest of the Gieek fleet October nth. It is unolncially explained thai the Greek ships were taken over to insure the safety of the Entente fleet. London: — Athens reports that a note of extremely grave character has been handed to the Greek government by Vice Admiral Four" net, commanding the Kntente fleet The note cafised the hurried return of King Constantin to Athens, The Kntente warships landed a thousand bluejackets who occupied the railroadstation from Athens to Piraeus. Paiis: —On the Somme front Fr neb troops last night took the offensive north of the riv?r and further penetrated the village of Sailly s aillesel on the Peionne. Bapaums mad where they ca.ptuied another group of houses. Petrograd: — The strong offensive by the Teutonic troops near the junction borders of TransylvaniaRoumanina-Bukowina so far have been fruitless. 'The Russians have repulsed all attacks. Long Branch, New Jersey:— President Wilson announced that his efforts to bring about an agree merit between the belligerent nations so as to allow r.elief supplies to be sent to Poland has failed. NOTICE T HIS is to inform my Patrons and the Public, that I have opened my Public Black Smith Shop; and am now ready to do anything in the line fo Gene ral repair or new work Horseshoeing a specialty. All work done Mechanically P. A. HUYLER LOST # On Sunday last between LWdeswell St, and Trinity Church—a pair of gold ritu spectacles. "Finder, kindly return to TRIBUNE OFFICE. > X '%


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44
News Fop Everybody"
Nulltvia ruidii-im |urar in vsfrb inn.wistrl
Beinu bound 10 iwo&r 10 the Dogma.* of no Master.
II I MJIII l(..
VOL. XIII
1
..... M i. i ..
Nrnwtu N.P.. Bn>he.maa.WEDNKSnAY October 18. I'JIfe
5HS-
.-
L. OILBKftl! IH'iTiu,
HdiUi ami I'rujirietur.
OfFIOM
Corner Shirley & Charlotte S*
\aasan, N. P., liahamas
TH0N1 909. I'. O. IK).\ 101.
Pl/HLIMIKD DAILY
RATES
Monday. Welnasday and Friday
twgle.arm ;,
rueeday,ana Thursday nnglecopy i
Along tlie SloHiod, --ays Berlin,
Rossi in attacks were repulsed, '
Germ hi iipi.clits in the neighbour
hoOd if "Mull anil Schwaben Re-
doubts m ih'' I biepval region, have
been o.ptmed by the British and
with I hem more Iban^bq prisoneri
I o the t-.i-t nAr Cui'' udecout the
Bruiah Hive also sjrghtly adtkno
eel thcii 11 rie-
iiin admits that the British
north of I hcpviil, g-nned a firm
hold on German trenches and that
the French, south of the Somme,
have won a footing in the auger t&
fiui-iy at Gershonvint.
I"lie French in Saturdays; fight-
ing in the Ablaincouri-BeHoy lec-
tor made i too German* prisoner,
tdvertiiiug Rataa r pane* per line '" MacedfffliH the Serbians have
for first insertion: three pence pel line made a fuither advance alone the
[Mtewnd'iiweitnwiar.donepenn) cm left hank of the Cema Rivei while
line tor sulnqnent insert......
Satordayauigla copj Id
Weekly 1 1
Monthly ... ......IS. -. i
yhiaitcrly ... r;- Sd
Half Yearly.,. 'i~.
Pearly IH
I'AVAi'.l.l IN \n\ A NOR
Y^^^TTiV "lie FrPnch Iwve cut tin- railway
Vivertiseinents under eivht line-is. ,- ., 0 ti r .
^^mmml^^ a '"'* *ou'n '" Seres. I lie njltinj;
throughout this region goofi'st*
Telegrams
October, 17th, 10,16.
London, 15: -A ili, Jgh the Iv>u
maniaoa in northeast Transylvania
' continue, to fa 'I hack befoie the
Ausiio-Geimans firm this region
all along tin" natil' line 10 the vic-
inity of Orsova on tin- Danube they
alone are not only giving battle 10
their adversaries hut at Several
points by violent Counter-attack-,
have named an advantage over
them. Bucharest a.lfnits tin- retiie-
merit of her lords' in the Kaliman
Mountains on the northwest front
hut says further south infantry of
the Teutons was put to flight by
Roumanian artilleiy fire. Successes
were also obtained by the Rou-
manians in the Oiutz and Jml Val-
leys whert, violent attar ks were re-
pulsed with heavy ci.sualiies On
both sides of the Szmdik I'ass theJ
Roumanians continue on the of-
fensive but Rerlin says that their
attacks have been repulsed.
In the Carpathians the Austro-
Gennani re-captured the
height of Smotrac.
In Volfiynia .violent fighting has
again broken out. Here both Rus-
sians and Teutons claifti successes.
Petrograd says that north of Kory-
nitza the Russians captured a Ger-
man trench inflicting heavy casual-
ties on its occupant*.
mainly of artilleiy duels, Olil*
isolated infantry attacks In ve been
repoi ted.
Mill fuiihei gains for the Itali in-
in the Caiso region are reported by
Rome.
London, 15:At a banquet last
.night given by the Greek Com-
mittee of National Defense in hon-
our of the members of the provi-
sional government Venizelos made
a stiiking speech, says Reuters
Saloniki correspondent,
''I he Greek people,'' he said,
"have been led to the brink of a
precipice by conscienceless mon-
archy winch 11 ads common cause
with the politicians of out decadent
epoch. When thisgieat war.afford-
ed us the opportunity of realising
our national ideals our people were
prevented from pursuing the path
to their glory because of an allian-
ce with h'inditaiy nemies.
King i'' ri-st'intin believes him
s.-lf King by the Grace of God,
This conception in diametrically
opposed to the mind of the nation
which admits of a regime of royal-
ty but desires that royalty should
be democratic.''
Laredo, Texas. 15:Ten
thousand defacto government
troops who were defeated at Te
puacan October 6th joined the
Felix Diar movement, accord
ing to seemingly reliable infor
rnation reaching the bolder to
day. A column of 5,000 troops
under General Jose Robles sent
gainst the revolutionists de
clared themselves with their
leader for Diaz.
STORM,
Washington, 17:The tropi
< al disturbance this morning is
apparently moving northward
across the Gulf of Mexico and
will cause northerly gales along
the Gulf Coast. All shipping
is advised to lay in port and all
interests on the coasts should
take necessary precaution.
October 181 h, 1916.
Via (nmacia.
London:Yesterday much suc-
cessiul work Was carried out by
pur aeroplanes in conjunction with
artillery. One hostile battery was
completely destroyed and many
otbei heavily damaged. The enemy
lat night unsuccessfully attacked
oui |. laitionsnl Schwaben Redoubt
Fbeii losv^ were exceedingly hea-
vy, We took 68 prisoners. Our loss
M weie very slight.
Paris:There has been great
.artillery activity along the entiia
Sonune front. Between Geremont
and Ablaincourt we captured a
,>mall wood and four guns.
North of the Somme the Trench
have consolfdated positions recent
ly captured.
Buch-rest: Austro-German at-
tacks in Transylvania have been
repulsed.
Petrograd:'Heavy fighting con
tinues in Galicis east and south of
Lernbecg, We repulsed strong at-
tacks southwest of the Dorna and
Watts' region.
Via Key West.
London: It is reported that the
Entepte Allies have taken over
three Greek battleships, the Kilkos
(formerly UnitedStatt s Ship Idaho)
the Lemno (Formerly UnitedStatrs
Ship Mississippi), and the Aveioff.
Allies ciews have been placed
aboard and the Greek crews sent
to Athens. The Entente took all
the rest of the Gieek fleet October
nth. It is unolncially explained
thai the Greek ships were taken
over to insure the safety of the
Entente fleet.
London: Athens reports that
a note of extremely grave character
has been handed to the Greek
government by Vice Admiral Four"
net, commanding the Kntente fleet
The note cafised the hurried return
of King Constantin to Athens,
The Kntente warships landed a
thousand bluejackets who occu-
pied the railroad- station from
Athens to Piraeus.
Paiis: On the Somme front
Fr neb troops last night took the
offensive north of the riv?r and
further penetrated the village of
Sailly saillesel on the Peionne.
Bapaums mad where they ca.ptuied
another group of houses.
Petrograd: The strong offensive
by the Teutonic troops near the
junction borders of Transylvania-
Roumanina-Bukowina so far have
been fruitless. 'The Russians have
repulsed all attacks.
Long Branch, New Jersey:
President Wilson announced that
his efforts to bring about an agree
merit between the belligerent na-
tions so as to allow r.elief supplies
to be sent to Poland has failed.
Notice
THIS is to inform my
Patrons and the Public,
that I have opened my
Public Black Smith Shop;
and am now ready to do
anything in the line fo Gene
ral repair or new work Horse-
shoeing a specialty. All work
done Mechanically
P. A. HUYLER
LOST #
On Sunday last between
LWdeswell St, and Trinity
Churcha pair of gold ritu
spectacles. "Finder, kindly re-
turn to TRIBUNE OFFICE.
>
X
* .
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Foa
#rr.r m m
tain wp-wyf
THE BAHAMAS CHAMBER
OF COMMEPXE.
m^m'tmi-mmm t - .wkibJMBP.'.> -
Our Day
W "/a v-v Jthose who did o6t,e hereby A 87! ,,;v
tr.e LsovcYV.cy ........,i,i o,.,, .1.1 one ..who .to
The business men of ihc
FOR SALE
'Peerless
A
The
By
reminded that this is
loulcl
sales and
thej
- u-( t k when they should keep!!!
'account of their sal.
lovcvncy
nnd
Lady Allardy'ai,
PAGEANT OF also aU receipt8.
empire and our This applies to all, from
Aj{:dC the fisherman to the Lady
n^,. ... se ler of fin and silks:
r% rCvitS and s it is Hoped thai all busi-
. y\r%1 ^uiaes ^es u.,|j carrj out ,,
Assisted by aoo children Prom ,.rSl!,,, to gjvea percentage
tW Public Schools.
passenger
>K)R CAR
inifnf for any
ti rtlplates Vent
during the winter
car
months.
To be si'Id at a moderate
price.
Apply to
WAI.'I VAl K.
Balra
Chamber of
cm
rncrcc
'OUR DAY'Oct. 19
Red Cross Fund
MOORE:
IN" THE
Barrack Grounds
011 the afternoon of
October the 20th.
I>R.OGR.AM!*F. :
Tableaux. Songs; Grand
rch,
Band.
Music by the 1'olice
Admission
Adults Children
6d. 3d.
Tickets can beobtained from
the Scouts or Girl Guides,
and entrance fee will also beiered
of the ales to "OIK
DAV fond, for the relief f
our sick and wounded sold-
iers aili: I tins terri-
ble but rigbtous war.
You V.iil bet a I led upon on
[Friday or as sown ,
I possible by a represent;
I of th Chamber who will be
pleased to i as 1111
coitti ibution is you can ;
sibly ma4ce, bearing in m
that the object I'm. \ti
fund is I alls for
a real < on the part of
every loyal British ubj< t.
No amount will be COnsid*
insignificant or too
T-l
W. C P.. Johnson, Esq., Ties.
'lh>n. J. li. C. Young, 1 StaS.
Coinmittc
Chas. E. Albury, I
Arthur D. Sutti n, E5q.
R. \Y.
Conti (buttons i i ey,
Produce, I, I \ ill be
i at 01 61 the
Chi
r
("has. J. Abbott,
Secy, t Coi mittee.
NOTICE.
i l.TLRE under the. ;,; Plants Proti ctioh Art .i
is now prepan d b tit;
rus Orchards or Tr< es. I < }
to the Acting
Secretary will be attei ded
!o. 'I i re will be 6 ; : ;< li ;
attached for sir ;\ .
i ith (>ctober.
/' ' "/*
His \:\ cv THE
GOVERNOR
AM) LADY Ali ai Dvcr.
1
accepted at the Main Cafe at small. Pennies will mafte
the Barracks. Pounds, so let every one do
All the, chairs that it is r> ,,r her best, nnd the result
'" procure will be on the will'be surprising.
['he Honorary Secretary,
NOTICE .
*r() ALL wbpm it n
stole
Grounds arid an extn
will be charged for each KUt,
The entire proceeds are to be
Riven to the- Red Cross "Our
Day" fund.
There are
above 40,000 people
of my race in the Bahamas,
therefore why should I worry.
Instead, I shall simplv rerrmin.
Yours faithfully,
Dr. J. A. WRIGHT
"(Dentist.)
37 Market Street,
Nassau, M. I'. (
Office Hours:
9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Sundays, q to 11 a.m.
ICE !
"pHE Bahamas Timber Co.
begs to draw attention
of the public to the fact that
of ey are now selling Ice at
their Lumber Office on East
St. City. Hours, 6 a.m. to
6 p.m.
Hon. J. C. R. Young, willac-
knowled :> through the col-
umns f>f 'his Journal the re-
ceipt of all contributions.
The Bahamas
Chamber of Commerce.
W. C. B. JOHN'-.ON.
/ Prrsidi pi
Just Arrived
Enamel Beds,
and Springs,
Fancy Goods,
and Notions.
Shoes.
E. C. Griffin.
Bay St. and Victoria Art.
cei n: District Grand >ffic
eis of District No. 3 of the
Baham the G. G. A. O.
S. of Love and
C&aril 's follows :
Jas. A. Knowles, D.G.W.S. TJie FM
j The Development Ecard will
1 liibit at
Imperial Theatre
()ctoD r 19th at 8.30 p in.
in cud of
. "Our Day"
RED CROSS FUND
by the Sub
tborized o/li
- Attested,
A. J. J n, G.G.W.S.
Per J. li. Kn iw| G.G.
D.W.S
Nassau audn rn es. Intersi
sed with omsicaj si l< ctions
by well known artists.
I'ox seats 3s.
Ore i I is
S< ervjd.
W. A. MATHER
. [nTjrr- .UNDERTAKER
INU 1 Iv^t r\ESIt?ES to inform bis
'TriIERccniitinsCommitteeLV friends and the Public
M aroag.-un enlisting m-n thai he has just received a
for Drafts for the Bahamas fe uu,f1t 0f faciHtisi
-ontingent. Applicants wfjl for the baseness of an under
taker,*whieh places him in a
ition to carry out Fupecals
Advertise in
fha Tribune.
be attendi d to hi iween Sa.m
and | p.m. at the Command-
ant's (lii'ue at the Barracks.
Enlist now as
th vessel for Jamaica
will bs leaving early
in Novembei
R if. C CKAWI'ORD.
Commandant.
that may be en tested to hie
care with system and de*
patch; and respectfully soli
cits their patrni age. Get my
price first and prove that
they arc the very lowest for
first class work.
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I >.G.S, the Advn ti-wig
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t. And 'in, G'G. Inspector 1 ful Na?sau" ''Empire Day
The above are the only ,-in-' 111 N'ass.u" "\)< of
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