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L. OILBKRT DUPUOH, Editor and Proprietor. 01 KICK: Cora.r Shirley & Chariot.. S.. Nassau, .V P, Bahamas 1'HONK 28a ,,. 0 |iOX 10 } PUBLISHED DAILY RATES Mon,I. ly v r ,"*' !e c IH Monthly 5'| Quarterly '." '" s HalfYe. £ w £ %  ::: ;::S The Ward Line S.S. "Monterey" arrived from New York on Monday, 6lh inst. with the following passengers: Messrs. Chas. Menendez. Tims. Hilton, Robert Curry, Rupert Simpson, Robert Shepher< Roker's Point Exama per R. N.Thompson 3 io a iton ilo F.N. Bnwe j 12 i RoUeville do 3 8 s. Alexau / ouupson, Kouert Shepherd, Alexander George Smith, Paul Webster,! tettlemenl do. t i Joseph Reid, Irving Hall; Mes-1 Stuart Manor do. i damp"! Alice. \l, i..n I,.-, |."-.,, D ,1 PAYABLB IN ADVANCK -Sixpence porliu. nrmtmserti n; three pence poi line prsecon.lm-fit,..., „ Hnattnubsquentinsertio Adirtrtteme nts under eight li M ,-. NOTICE-Whcn •• Cvrnpmdenc," „ marked Communicated," „„,, cessanly be held to ,,.„,„, :.htlu modeofexjrresvn /„,„<;.. • < *tf u Letttntotkl only means II,,.: %  "idertd of uffi | I % %  % %  : nee to %  (;; %  Ghc tribune Tuesday, Nov. 7th, 1916 Now that the winter is an preaching, military operations are becoming hampered and .-'.chances are slower. We f< ,, that on the Balkan front the approach of cold weather will slow things down 1 ,,i,lv though on the Carpathian front of Roumania haul weather conditions may enable our I.: | ally to prepare in comparative security for fresh efforts next spring. On our Western front it will very likely be found that on frosty days and in the days in winter that are mil,I and line some hot Bghting will ta We may also find our I, Russian friends giving the Tui ks an uncomfortable time of it in Asia Minor during some p 1tionsof the winter. They have done it before and they can do it again. It is good news that Italy has still further weakened Austria by her ..rent offensive. rv enemj soldier put out of action now still make things easier for us next April. lames, Alicia Menendez, Fannie Bai riebanj si I Rust, Henrietta Hilton, Frao Lleineut do. Curry, Fannie Simpson, Edith Foresi I lorapldns, Margaret Shepherd, Lisa Meers, Mar^arette Sowi Mary Haff; Misses Harriell Sutton, Pearl Taylor, I Morrison, Buntou Tompkins, Paula Meeres, Mabel Taylor, Messrs. William Wood, Man DeGregory, John Jones, Gerald Cupee; Mesdames. Ida Butler, Miss Jane Knowles Mi ssrs, George MacNi il, Steve Dyce, Adolph Rosin,Henry Rosin, Maurice Rosin, John Johnson, Jami s Ventog; dames, Lillian Minus, Henri tta Rosin ; Miss Ophelia Nesbitt. 6 7 18 6 do. I Inii n, Faimer'a Hill do. do. Sund iv School do do. Elijah Clark 1 17 o 4 4 3 ia o St Agnes,' iregory Town, Children* %  ii e W. II. Sands Green Turtle Cay per H C. I lope I own Com 8 6 0 L3 0 "OUR DA Y" RED CROSS FUND. Amount previously acknowledged .£578 Zac. Farrington J. P. Simms 1 Clerk of the Market Willard Brown Pilot X'o. 2 2 Crew of Pilot BoatNo. 2 1 Bahamas Timbei Costaff 2 Clarence Town, Long Island per W. C. P. Major 1 Harbour Island per Commissioner (,f, %* ^ Upper Bogue do. 1 Lower Bogue do, 1 6 2 The Bluff do. 16 13 8 Thf Current C. H. Hall 1 12 o Spanish Wells John A. Curry 6 3 o 8 0 4 o o nut tee 8 do. list Church 9 do. Sons of Equity 4 do. Gospi I Mis sion Children tion do. Entertain men t '3 Great i spatched per S.S. "Esperansa" will be made up and closed on Thursday next, the 9th instant, at 10. 30 a.m. W.A. Bethel Nicoll's Town per Commissioner I Conch Sound Rev. Laban Johnson Sympathiser Patriot All Saints, Mangrove Cay, per Rev. C. Duquenoy Roil. S. Simms do. do Wemysa 1 Bight per C. Ii. Cooper Miller's do. do. Grant's Town per \V. E, Fountain 25 o 112 4 1 1 i 0 5 4 6 3 0 o 5 5 16 9 11 6 o Rook Sound ii Oct. 1916 Dear Mr. Editor, The inhabitants 0! Ro k Sound have been en lied upon 0 '" parl v ith a much 1 and worthy Commissioner, NO. Wrighl Esq. 9 \\ IK n lie was Ii a\ n o short s on Sat. morning the i.pii insl fi 1 Nassau in lean b 0 <>' medical aid, all bents were indi ed saddened, esp< c tally when be waved (as b< -1 he could) Ins light band, to the 1 rowd on the shore. So with ;i fear and yet a A the return of the Schr. "H. Roberts" was anxiously a0 waited, and on her arrival, o o to 3 wh< id tidings of his do ah was repoi ted, fr'-.^t inI d In all; and 1 poiTdjJT to oversprfad ntin setth ment. i 0 1 ty the least pfoui 1 Coninii iom r, IK* WI gentleman, wl ompe'll. d univert il i nol only was the /' d, bul the man; 5 L from his impartialin : oin 1 tion Commissioner, nd x 1 elled I for 11 ui h y and g< nl;l,t\ and his !'• is a rtaioly worthy ol note. Mr. Editor, as words are t to < felt for the of such a vvoi 'li\ and highly nod p, [j sympath) is extend d lo I I one (his bi In and daughti 1 1 and • 1 m .II -air midst again c in no longei be chi [ belii ve that.the prayers ol om munity will 1, red in Thanking you fol Mr. Edit We r< mam yours truly, th. Smith, I. ('. W. P. Robtrts, P.S.T. l ephus 11 Jami • S Hilt< n. |. I'. nd Mr. Editor, U Hi you b ugh to allow in youi valuable j aunal I01 the following so 1h.1t they may reach the eyes ofthoi 1 %  imd: — I. Has a Commission b< a points %  : and report the sal the junior %  lembers r| the Cu il Si rvici in 1 luding the Polii If. Or i.i fact was a promise %  lade lo a| poi ut such a Coin 011 when a petition . d about (3) month's ago lj the members of the Police CO ining the high ( osl of living and Ihi ir l^jfiliiv to exist on their pr sent n munera tions ? 8 8 III. Is it a fad ,. jority of the mem the ma rs of the



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ire dis satisfied with th* w.Jkli:"i; petition has b tr<^BL-.nd tUat .l!--'V"8p v red tin ir i tions? 1 IV. I Ija the price ol foodstuffs %  upVnce that petition in the hands of tbeGoi ment? I iiri11! i11•_• you f,,r s; Yt urs truly INQUISI riVE. 7th Novembi i i Via lv y West. Bucl %  11; 111 for in I lubrudja compelled the Iliremeot of Teutonic f which in retreat i the villages of Daenig irlii i, in MI and ( i lidari. Wars iw \ : D l.\ Emperor William and i Francis | llingin to existence the ancient kingi of Pol ' i I Polis in I I I V*on Oui old Polish ,1 jn %  Polish nati n. It is said th il a .la ition il government will ii bed. \ < %  : The en 1 e it nf thi iw of th late I lei r\ N to lu i of Kentucky is an i ced, i | N I (hi the i elei tion Pi i !• nl 'An...a i all I democratic national hi d quarters thai the fight wa goo I as won. i 'I >n, The I troops in the •• imme region and northeast of Vi rdun have ag tin smashed the German lines hard North of the Sorhme betv LesBoi ufs and SaillySaillisel, to of Bnute Ac Warlincourt. Viei p S tli-.t all I I u b oken down l '' Vusfriau fire. 111 Ital suffering! hi avy casuall In TheTi \ips the Vustro Germans and R %  still are at <\-.<,y,\ grips with both at various points. B< rlin n ports the capture of ,. isiiiort Prahi va Vallt y whi nssi ts thai tl pui it of I in Jinl V mtinue. There is still [a nm Dobrudja whi< h would throw light on the situation. In Ma i donia fighting con tlnues along thi ia Rivei but ii" imp irtanl i In nge in tei ram havi Belfast:—1 .it of thi %  i to (he and Retri Thursdaj night is si t at • lieii livi i • I i ever, i • (>tii Go* Bn I i aril have t<< a Poi i V IUX u I the vil1 (ii. tinuee ind min • %  I In I h ive in id i an impottant | i' i ca] i the Rou'i. In i col tin ]( i \ i i. \ II 11' ) 'in I lie North Sea i nl of d HII;IJ' is unknoun. >N \\i LAW. Phone 214 East Bay St. Chas. E. Bethell Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Ales Wines Spir i is Via K lonj I \ inu in has infi in • d tlir M< xithe east of the latter place and tlw St. Pierre Va is) Woodsector CflU,i< "" v| i" 1 important gains were made in violent fighting which pro i l ed throughout Sunday,according to the French official communi cation. The attack on St, IV i re Vaast which was made from three sidi R simultaneously net t> d the French three trem hi the nortlien^. -4r and the entire i ierman posmnns on thi south em side of the town, To the north despite the thes4fce British, over %  front i,f i.n.-ifsv mis captured vim viol ition ol 'iah. tj by the opera) i eienl cubma/iae Lase in xican •' it'' depattmenl ia inquiring from the I : nnirnl and lh" ugh the I'I I. ml French Coi lex ico %  %  the f, ( ts in |lie < I'd kill ingof I 111 C. Fishi r, an American indits at Santa R ilio, Bfo ne: \u % %  in attacks nn ftali in positions on the Ca i front were b iten ofi .ii the p tint nl I he i' JKMN '. I • e Italian line in ihis district where the d row Bicycles for Sale, Hire and Repaired. Don'l grope in Ihe dark turn nighl into day. I : of high s and bi W, A. WEEKS : East !'; j St. %  j i he • I it. i s iii die i I rid was %  ODH and v I. I i ihf British In ish part of I ured in Ihe neighbourhood ol Buite de W ni mi iin ie liont. A Bri ish suhmai ine in the North 11 (Mills | • %  leship "I 11 e (i iype, ni i k ii g a hit Be'rlin: iti*h and French %  si fo ITII. ki on the Son froi t. Thi < ierm ins wilhsti I miacl s unsli ik< n. In Roum nn.i Fouihwi si nf Per. deal tl i riding Austio (ii rinai %  nil' (I fui thsr u illth of R %  thurm I'.is-. R< um mi the region nf d he destruction of die German lubm nine r io by her own crew, thi i ifl rai n tin %  |nti n I, is iep< • s se ver il tim med the > on the Ru ii .a st of the vill Lipnit / i I loin iir and wi I ol I ol Silnvi nt.n with lh? ol j %  • i nf M Ml iti ks wen fi U'I.-NIIII art ill lat tie istill on. I ne II Kirlibaha in on the bi nf I'M and Hill ihe Aoslin Germ*n' afiei ten |> irary uc< the hills in the neighbourhood Trieste is Mag pressed has I en by the German Admiralty. A REWARD W ILL be paid li • an' who finds ;ind w ii! tin n to the undi i da small dark brown male d J, straw d from the "Kno on rhursday i f i < rni i n i< Mai ked white around and on chi st, whiti | white tail tip, n ds I alien standing and i hi II lying down, i t on hind Ii 'I i ibuoe (Iffio or J.\ P SAND JR.



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Motor Car For Sale. REO FOUR, 5 passenger Touring Full Equipment £120 Terms:—£50 down, £70 approved for Six Months. J. P SIMMS. To Pay 21s. For 100 lbs. RICE —Is Equivalent To— 47s. Od. %  £ for 224 lbs* BUT OUP lOO lb. Bags Is Superior Rice. SEE FOR YOURSELF At The New York Mouse Under the Distinguished Patronage of His Excellency the Governor and Lady Allardycc. Shingles. J UST received from Jacksonville 5 x 19 "Best Cypress at 18s per 1000. No better grade than these on the Market—5 36.x "Primes" Cypress at 32s. |.er 1000. This grade carries our same guarantee as thcBests." Any defective shingles can be returned. Alsocheaper grade in stock April6th. 1916 C. C. SAUNLUiRS. TEA and ICES u ill be served bv the Red Cross Guild in the grounds of Mr. II K. M. Johnson on the occasion of The Opening of the Ice Plant NOVEMBER 10th, 1916. at 4 o'clock The proceeds will he in aid of the Wed Cross Funds. Admission : ADULTS 6d. CHILDREN 3d. W. A. MATHER UNDERTAKER D ESIRES to inform bis friends and the Public that lie has ju^t received a complete outfit of facilities for the business of an under taker, hich pines him in a i isit ion to carry out Funerals that may be entrusted to bis care with system and des patch ; and respectfully soli cits their patronage. Get my price first and prove that they are the very lowest for first class work. European Agency. I NDENTS promptly exec tit ed at lowest cash priejflfor II kind-: of British an tinentnl goods, inrlu( Books and Btationesjr, l',.. .N, Shoes and Leather, ( .11.' ill and Druggists' Sumlrifs, China, Karthenware ands&lassware, Cycles, M' tort and Acrwaories, l)i.i| ery, Millineiy and PiooG fan. %  G 1 .is and Perfutw n, 11. 1, 1 \l ictuacry and Metals, 1, m llery, Plata ail Watches, I'h itographic and Oi tical poods Provisions and Oilmen's St n 1, 1 1. etc. Commission aj p.c. to 5 />.r. 7V.i •' *wtt. S|, l>c .pi./. Sd. %  wds. mgnmtntt w Product -S././ un AcWILLIAM WILSON SONS Established 1 Bi 25 Abchurch Lane, London, E.C. Cable A • i UEAINAS,** T II E DELANCY TOWN GROCERY Has Just Added Another Shipment of Armour's Oleo Margarine, suitable for table use at is. 6d. per lb. or i tin for _'5s. (.'5 lbs.) Have you tried my Fn sh Roasted Ground Coffee at is. 3d. per lb. Ceylon Tea, {lb. at 7>.< 1. per pack. Full line of all oilier Grocei II 8 MARTINAS BETHEL Prop. TELEPHONE 174. P. (). Box 347. FOR SALE A line American Mare. No reasonable offer declined. Three months approved note acceptable. W. C. B. JOHNSON. Nassau, N. P., Oct. iS, 1916. FOR SALE "I'ccyless" 1 passenger MOTOR CAR A good investment for any one who contemplates rent ing car during the winter months. To be sold at M moderate price. Apply to WALTER K. MOORE



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u News For Everybody 1* Nvilllua BLcldl< ma |\irnre m veibn cnnu'slrl Bainx bound toawenr to ihe Iogm ui no Muster. VOL. XIII \„.,n U N. P.. BhMiM, Tl/I S JAY November 7, 1416 No. 305 Year Kound Steamship Service To Nassau May be Established. • President Parsons of P. & O. J-lne Says HK Company Will Consider ilie Matter if Conditions Warrant. T HAT proposition for the establishment of a regular steamship service, between Mi ami and Nassau apparently will not be kepi down. It cropped out some time ago and' the Chamber of Commerce has had an extended correspondence with diffi rent parti s relative to the establishment of such a ser vice between the two ports, rhe development board if the Bahamas, g ivernmenl institution, lias written the local organisation thai the B ihamians are wiNing to put u|) half of the cost neces sary to futtn a company to opI rate a service if Miami will put u|> the other half. This matter is now under consideration ami some action will probably be tak'-n in the near future. President R. W. Parsons of the Peninsular and Occidental Steamship company is also iuteicsted in the proposition and has written the Chamber of Commerce several letters in that connection. Mr. Parson's latest letter was received this morn itlg in which he states that his company, which operated the steamer Miami, is prepared to entertain the consideration "I s Service both for the winter season and also for the entire year. His letter is as follows \ SF.R.VICE THE YEAR ROUND. "YOOT favor of the 1 Ith re ceived and I make brief reply in older that von may be posti d as to niik : 'u's on the situation as it is arpTe.^cnt. "Of course a great deal de pends upon the success of the channel and^jia cut, but if such a conditiofr prevails as will Another Company is Interested in Miami-Nassau Boat Service i Public Steamship Co. 51 New York City Has Representatives in Miami Look rig Into the Venture warrant it, this company is prepared to entertain the consideration of a service between Miami and Nassau both for the winter season and also the entire year. "I wiite you hastily and shal be glud to consider the subject further. It is of course, very material in this connection that the matter should be taken up with Nassau as well as Miami, and lind what encouragement they are disposed logive to uch a proposition as we would undei take." So far as the Bahamians are concerned they have already signified their willingness and desire t<> assist in the establish ment r.f permanent w T\ ice, and the offer lias been made that Bahama citisi ns will put up half ol the money needi d to start a line in case Miami will put up. the Othei half. It is probable that ifMr Parsons decide to establish regulai service, the private line would ii"t be encouraged. 1 The business between Miam and Nassau has ben Steadily increasing lately. The schooner Frances E and the Panama are making regular weekly trips be tween the two points, while a small Meet of British schooners also lake part in lliis trade, the Admiral arriving in Miami this week. Over loo p issengeri were brought into Miami from Nas sau on Saturday and Sunday, while there is a good freight business between the two points. — Miami Metropolis Oct. 17th 1916. And still they come — tin se propositions for a regular si tain ship line I). tween Miami i Nassau. This time it is M. I. Snider and J. Ft. Eastmond, representatives of the Public Steamship company and the Antilles Marine corporation of New York who would like to have a chance at such a line, and the two men will meet a committee from the Clamber of Commi rce tomorrow morning e what incentive there is f..t them to put "" n service be tween Miami ai d Na isuu Mr. Snider and Mr. Eastmond ( alb d on Secretary Lh 'ou of the Chamber of Commerce tins morning accompanied b\ (. 1< Lindsey and an informal < i n ference was held i n the plan The New York party arrived in Miami yesterday on the steam yacht Condor, coming down from New York. The boat was docked at the Terminal Dorks, where the party landed This morning however the Condor 1. ft f

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News For Everybody
1*
Nvilllua BLcldl< ma |\irnre m veibn cnnu'slrl
Bainx bound toawenr to ihe Iogm ui no Muster.
VOL. XIII
\.,nU N. P.. BhMiM, Tl/I S JAY November 7, 1416
No. 305
Year Kound Steamship Service
To Nassau May be Established.
__
President Parsons of P. & O. J-lne Says Hk Company
Will Consider ilie Matter if Conditions Warrant.
THAT proposition for the
establishment of a regular
steamship service, between Mi
ami and Nassau apparently will
not be kepi down. It cropped
out some time ago and' the
Chamber of Commerce has had
an extended correspondence
with diffi rent parti s relative to
the establishment of such a ser
vice between the two ports, rhe
development board if the Baha-
mas, g ivernmenl institution, lias
written the local organisation
thai the B ihamians are wiNing
to put u|) half of the cost neces
sary to futtn a company to op-
I rate a service if Miami will put
u|> the other half. This matter
is now under consideration ami
some action will probably be
tak'-n in the near future.
President R. W. Parsons of
the Peninsular and Occidental
Steamship company is also iu-
teicsted in the proposition and
has written the Chamber of
Commerce several letters in that
connection. Mr. Parson's latest
letter was received this morn
itlg in which he states that his
company, which operated the
steamer Miami, is prepared to
entertain the consideration "I s
Service both for the winter sea-
son and also for the entire year.
His letter is as follows \
SF.R.VICE THE YEAR ROUND.
"YOOT favor of the 1 Ith re
ceived and I make brief reply in
older that von may be posti d
as to niik :'u's on the situation
as it is arpTe.^cnt.
"Of course a great deal de
pends upon the success of the
channel and^jia cut, but if such
a conditiofr prevails as will
Another Company is Interested in
Miami-Nassau Boat Service
_______i----------------------------
Public Steamship Co. 51 New York City Has Represen-
tatives in Miami Look rig Into the Venture
warrant it, this company is pre-
pared to entertain the considera-
tion of a service between Miami
and Nassau both for the winter
season and also the entire year.
"I wiite you hastily and shal
be glud to consider the subject
further. It is of course, very ma-
terial in this connection that
the matter should be taken up
with Nassau as well as Miami,
and lind what encouragement
they are disposed logive to uch
a proposition as we would un-
dei take."
So far as the Bahamians are
concerned they have already
signified their willingness and
desire t<> assist in the establish
ment r.f permanent w T\ ice, and
the offer lias been made that
Bahama citisi ns will put up
half ol the money needi d to start
a line in case Miami will put up.
the Othei half. It is probable that
ifMr Parsons decide to establish
regulai service, the private line
would ii"t be encouraged.
1 '
The business between Miam
and Nassau has b- en Steadily
increasing lately. The schooner
Frances E and the Panama are
making regular weekly trips be
tween the two points, while a
small Meet of British schooners
also lake part in lliis trade, the
Admiral arriving in Miami this
week. Over loo p issengeri were
brought into Miami from Nas
sau on Saturday and Sunday,
while there is a good freight
business between the two points.
Miami Metropolis
Oct. 17th 1916.
And still they come tin se
propositions for a regular si tain
ship line I). tween Miami i
Nassau. This time it is M. I.
Snider and J. Ft. Eastmond, re-
presentatives of the Public
Steamship company and the
Antilles Marine corporation of
New York who would like to
have a chance at such a line,
and the two men will meet a
committee from the Clamber of
Commi rce tomorrow morning
. e what incentive there is
f..t them to put "" n service be
tween Miami ai d Na isuu Mr.
Snider and Mr. Eastmond ( alb d
on Secretary Lh 'ou of the
Chamber of Commerce tins
morning accompanied b\ (. 1<
Lindsey and an informal < i n
ference was held i n the plan
The New York party arrived
in Miami yesterday on the steam
yacht Condor, coming down
from New York. The boat was
docked at the Terminal Dorks,
where the party landed This
morning however the Condor
1. ft f [Griffiths will se< ure some infor
' mation i n the Bahamian end of
I a steamship service. The Con
I dor is also under short charter
'to a moving picture company
and some movie scenes will be
taken aboard I er. I ater she
will go into the Antilles si n
"We are open to conviction .
aboul this line," said Mr. Snider.
"We have staamship service in'
many different ports, and are
always willing to put boa's on
a run where anj money i an be
madfl We are in ing to see that
money can be made between
Miami and Nassau, and if we
see it that way, we will put on
a steamship service. So far as
Miami is concerned, its the liv-
es! tow n I've 1 e. n in foi a loi g
time. We all like it line here,
and wouldu't mind having boats
running in, just so we could
drop down once ill awhile.
It is probable that after to-
.........w morning's meeting the
two New York men will reach
some sort of a decision. It is
understood that they are not in
for competing with the P. and
() people, and President Par-
sons of the P. and O. line is
thinking somewhat of establish*
ing a regular service. If this is
not done, it is more probable
that Mr. Snider and Mr. East-
mond will make arrangements
for running regular steamers
from here to Nassau.
Miami Metropolis.
Oci 19th, VJ16.
New Bicycle Tyres
For Sale
UV put them on for you free
nf charge.
New American
Bicycles for sale.
Moderate Prices.
PRICK JOHNSON
42 King Street, Nassau.
Notice
THIS is to inform my
Patrons and the Public,
tli at I have opened my
Public Black Smith Shop;
and am now read) to do
anything in thelinefoGt ne
ral repair or new w.nk Horse-
shoeing a specialty. All work-
done Mechanically
P. A. UUYKKR


L. OILBKRT DUPUOH,
Editor and Proprietor.
01 KICK:
Cora.r Shirley & Chariot.. S..
Nassau, .V P, Bahamas
1'HONK 28a ,,. 0. |iOX 10.}
PUBLISHED DAILY
RATES
Mon,I.ly v
r ,"*'!e c IH
Monthly ...... 5'|
Quarterly '." '" ......,s"
HalfYe. ..... w
* ::: ;::S
The Ward Line S.S. "Mon-
terey" arrived from New York
on Monday, 6lh inst. with the
following passengers:
Messrs. Chas. Menendez. Tims.
Hilton, Robert Curry, Rupert
Simpson, Robert Shepher<
Roker's Point Exama
per R. N.Thompson
3 io a
iton ilo
" F.N. Bnwe j 12 i
RoUeville do 3 8 s.
Alexau
/
ouupson, Kouert Shepherd, Alexander
George Smith, Paul Webster,! tettlemenl do. t i
Joseph Reid, Irving Hall; Mes-1 Stuart Manor do. i
damp"! Alice. \l, i..n I,.-, |."-.,,..... D ,1......
PAYABLB IN ADVANCK
-Sixpence porliu.
nrmtmserti n; three pence poi line
prsecon.lm-fit,...,
Hnattnubsquentinsertio
Adirtrttements under eight liM ,-.
NOTICE-Whcn Cvrnpmdenc,"
marked Communicated," ,,
cessanly be held to ,,.,,
:.htlu
modeofexjrresvn /,<;.. <
*tfuLetttntotkl
only means II,,.:
"idertd of uffi | ,
I :nee to (;;
Ghc tribune
Tuesday, Nov. 7th, 1916
Now that the winter is an
preaching, military operations
are becoming hampered and
.-'.chances are slower. We f< ,,
that on the Balkan front the
approach of cold weather will
slow things down 1 ,,i,lv
though on the Carpathian front
of Roumania haul weather con-
ditions may enable our I.: |
ally to prepare in comparative
security for fresh efforts next
spring. On our Western front
it will very likely be found that
on frosty days and in the days
in winter that are mil,I and line
some hot Bghting will ta
We may also find our I,
Russian friends giving the Tui ks
an uncomfortable time of it in
Asia Minor during some p 1-
tionsof the winter. They have
done it before and they can do
it again. It is good news that
Italy has still further weakened
Austria by her ..rent offensive.
rv enemj soldier put out of
action now still make things
easier for us next April.
lames, Alicia Menendez, Fannie Bai riebanj si I
Rust, Henrietta Hilton, Frao Lleineut do.
Curry, Fannie Simpson, Edith Foresi I
lorapldns, Margaret Shepherd,
Lisa Meers, Mar^arette Sowi
Mary Haff; Misses Harriell
Sutton, Pearl Taylor, I
Morrison, Buntou Tompkins,
Paula Meeres, Mabel Taylor,
Messrs. William Wood, Man
DeGregory, John Jones, Gerald
Cupee; Mesdames. Ida Butler,
Miss Jane Knowles
Mi ssrs, George MacNi il,
Steve Dyce, Adolph Rosin,Hen-
ry Rosin, Maurice Rosin, John
Johnson, Jami s Ventog; '
dames, Lillian Minus, Henri tta
Rosin ; Miss Ophelia Nesbitt.
6
7
18 6
do.
I Inii n,
Faimer'a Hill
do. do. Sund iv
School
do do. Elijah
Clark
1 17
o
4
4
3
ia
o
St Agnes,' iregory
Town, Children*
ii e
W. II. Sands
Green Turtle Cay per
H C.
I lope I own Com
8
6
0

L3 0
"OUR DA Y"
Red Cross Fund.
Amount previously ac-
knowledged .578
Zac. Farrington
J. P. Simms 1
Clerk of the Market
Willard Brown Pilot
X'o. 2 2
Crew of Pilot BoatNo. 2 1
Bahamas Timbei Co-
staff 2
Clarence Town, Long
Island per W. C. P.
Major 1
Harbour Island per
Commissioner (,f, %* ^
Upper Bogue do. 1
Lower Bogue do, 1 6 2
The Bluff do. 16 13 8
Thf Current "
C. H. Hall 1 12 o
Spanish Wells "
John A. Curry
6
3
o
8
0
4
o o
nut tee 8
do. list
Church 9
do. Sons of
Equity 4
do. Gospi I Mis
sion Children
'
tion
do. Entertain
men t '3
Great 1 j o
8 0
10 o
IID o
IIO o
Stf'i ng N
land, BaptistChurcli
8
I
1

J. R. C. YOUN ;.
I i n. 1
(Communicated j
MAILS-
Foreign Mails to be >i spatch-
ed per S.S. "Esperansa" will be
made up and closed on Thurs-
day next, the 9th instant, at 10.
30 a.m.
W.A. Bethel
Nicoll's Town per
Commissioner
I Conch Sound
Rev. Laban Johnson
! Sympathiser
Patriot
All Saints, Mangrove
Cay, per Rev. C.
Duquenoy
Roil. S. Simms do. do
Wemysa1 Bight per
C. Ii. Cooper
Miller's do. do.
Grant's Town per \V.
E, Fountain
25 o
112
4
1
1
i
0
5
4
6
3
0
o
5
5
16
9
11
6 o
Rook Sound
ii Oct. 1916
Dear Mr. Editor,
The inhabitants 0! Ro k
Sound have been en lied upon
0 '" parl v ith a much 1
and worthy Commissioner,
- NO. Wrighl Esq.
9 \\ Ik n lie was Ii a\ n
o short s on Sat. morning the
" i.pii insl fi 1 Nassau in lean b
0 <>' medical aid, all bents
were indi ed saddened, esp< c
tally when be waved (as b< -1
he could) Ins light band, to
the 1 rowd on the shore. So
with ;i fear and yet a A
the return of the Schr. "H.
Roberts" was anxiously a-
0 waited, and on her arrival,
o
o
to
3
wh< id tidings of his
do ah was repoi ted, fr'-.^t in-
I d In all; and 1 poiTdjJT
to oversprfad
ntin setth ment.
i 0 1 ty the least pfoui 1
Coninii iom r, Ik* wi
gentleman, wl
ompe'll. d univert il
' i nol only was the /-
' d, bul the man;
5 L from his impartial-
in : oin 1 tion
Commissioner,
nd x
1 elled I for 11 ui h y
and g< nl;l,t\ and his
, !' is a rtaioly worthy ol
note.
Mr. Editor, as words are
t to <
- felt for the !
of such a vvoi 'li\ and highly
nod p, [j
sympath) is extend d lo I
I one (his bi In
and daughti 11 and
1 m
.ii -air midst again c in no
longei be chi [ belii ve
that.the prayers ol om
munity will 1, red in
Thanking you fol
Mr. Edit
We r< mam yours truly,
th.
! Smith, I. ('.
W. P. Robtrts, P.S.T.
l ephus 11
Jami S Hilt< n. |. I'.
nd
Mr. Editor,
U Hi you b ugh to
allow in youi valuable
j aunal I01 the following
so 1h.1t they may reach the eyes
ofthoi 1 imd:
I. Has a Commission b< a
points : and report
the sal the junior
lembers r| the Cu il Si rvici in
1 luding the Polii
If. Or i.i fact was a promise
lade lo a| poi ut such a Coin
011 when a petition .
' d about (3) month's ago
lj the members of the Police
CO.....ining the high ( osl
of living and Ihi ir l^jfiliiv to
exist on their pr sent n munera
tions ?
8 8
III. Is it a fad ,.
jority of the mem
. the ma
rs of the


ire dis satisfied with th*
w.Jkli:"i; petition has b
tr<^BL-.nd tUat .-
l!--'V"8p v red tin ir i
tions?1
IV. I Ija the price ol foodstuffs
upVnce that petition
' in the hands of tbeGoi
ment?
I iiri11! i11_ you f,,r s;
Yt urs truly
INQUISI riVE.
7th Novembi i i
Via lv y West.
Bucl 11; 111 for
in I lubrudja compelled the
I- liremeot of Teutonic f
which in retreat i the
villages of Daenig irlii i,
in mi and (i lidari.
Wars iw \ : d l.\
Emperor William and i
Francis | llingin
to existence the ancient king-
i of Pol ' i
I Polis
in I
I I V*on
Oui
old Polish ,1 jn

Polish nati n. It is said th il
a .la
ition il government will
ii bed.
\ < : The en
1 e it nf thi iw of th late
I lei r\ N to lu
i of Kentucky is an
i ced,
i | N I
(hi the i elei tion
Pi i ! nl 'An...a i
all I democratic national hi d
quarters thai the fight wa
goo I as won.
i 'I >n, The I
troops in the imme region and
northeast of Vi rdun have ag tin
smashed the German lines hard
North of the Sorhme betv
LesBoi ufs and SaillySaillisel, to
of Bnute Ac Warlincourt.
Viei pS tli-.t all
I
I u b oken down
l '' Vusfriau fire. 111 Ital
suffering! hi avy casuall
In TheTi \ips the
Vustro Germans and R .
still are at <\-.<,y,\ grips
with both
at various points. B< rlin n
ports the capture of ,. isiiiort
Prahi va Vallt y whi
nssi ts thai tl pui it of I
in Jinl V mtinue.
There is still [a nm
Dobrudja whi< h would throw
light on the situation.
In Ma i donia fighting con
tlnues along thi ia Rivei
but ii" imp irtanl i In nge in tei
ram havi
Belfast:1
.it of thi i to (he
and Retri
Thursdaj night is si t at
lieii livi i I
i ever,
i (>tii
Go*
Bn I
' i aril
have t<< a Poi i V iux u I the vil-
1
(ii.
tinuee ind min
I In I h ive in id i an im-
pottant |
i' i ca]
i the Rou-
'i.
In i
col tin
](i \ i i. \ II 11'
) 'in I lie
North Sea i nl of
d hii;ij' is unknoun.
>N \\i LAW.
Phone 214 East Bay St.
Chas. E. Bethell
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
Ales
Wines
Spir
i is
Via K
lonj I \
inu in has infi in d tlir M< xi-
the east of the latter place and
tlw St. Pierre Va is) Woodsector CflU,i<"" v| i"1
important gains were made in
violent fighting which pro i l
ed throughout Sunday,according
to the French official communi
cation. The attack on St, IV i re
Vaast which was made from
three sidi r simultaneously net
t> d the French three trem hi
the nortlien^.-4r and the entire
i ierman posmnns on thi south
em side of the town,
To the north despite the
thes4fce British, over
front i,f i.n.-ifsvmis captured
vim viol ition ol 'iah.
tj by the opera) i eienl
cubma/iae Lase in xican
' it'' depattmenl ia
inquiring from the I
: nnirnl and lh" ugh the I'i I.
. ml French Coi lex ico
the f, ( ts in |lie < I'd kill
ingof I 111 C. Fishi r, an American
indits at Santa R ilio,
Bfo ne: \u in attacks nn ftal-
i in positions on the Ca i front
were b iten ofi .ii the p tint nl I he
i' jkmn '. I e Italian line in ihis
district where the d row
Bicycles for Sale,
Hire and Repaired.
Don'l grope in Ihe dark turn nighl into day. I
: of high s and bi
W, A. WEEKS : East !'; j St.
'
j i he
I
it. i
s iii die
' i I rid was
odH
and v I.
I
i ihf British In
ish part of I
ured in Ihe neighbourhood ol
Buite de W ni mi iin
ie liont.
A Bri ish suhmai ine in the North
11 (Mills |
leship "I 11 e (i
' iype, ni ikii g a hit
Be'rlin: iti*h and French
si fo IT- II.
ki on the Son
froi t. Thi < ierm ins wilhsti I
miacl s unsli ik< n.
In Roum nn.i Fouihwi si nf Per.
deal tl i riding Austio (ii rinai
nil' (I
fui thsr u illth of R '
thurm I'.is-. R< um mi
the region nf .
d he destruction of die German
lubm nine r io by her own crew,
thi i ifl rai n tin
|nti n I, is iep<
s se
ver il tim med the >
on the Ru ii .a
st of the vill Lipnit
/ i I loin iir and wi I ol I
ol Silnvi nt.n with lh? ol j i nf
M .
Ml iti ks wen fi
U'i.-niiii art ill lat
tie i- still on. I
ne ii Kirlibaha in on the bi
nf I'm and Hill
ihe Aoslin Germ*n- '
afiei ten |> irary uc< .
the hills in the neighbourhood Trieste is Mag pressed has I en by the German Admiralty.
A REWARD
WILL be paid li an'
who finds ;ind w ii!
tin n to the undi i da
small dark brown male d J,
straw d from the "Kno
on rhursday i fi < rni i n i<
Mai ked white around
and on chi st, whiti |
white tail tip, n ds I
alien standing and i
hi ii lying down, i t
on hind Ii
'I i ibuoe (Iffio or
J.\ P SAND JR.


Motor Car For Sale.
REO FOUR, 5 passenger Touring
Full Equipment
120
Terms:50 down, 70 approved for Six Months.
J. P SIMMS.
To Pay
21s. For 100 lbs. RICE
Is Equivalent To
47s. Od. for 224 lbs*
BUT
Oup lOO lb. Bags
Is Superior Rice.
SEE FOR YOURSELF
At The New York Mouse
Under the Distinguished
Patronage of His Excellency the
Governor and Lady Allardycc.
Shingles.
JUST received from Jacksonville 5 x 19 "Best Cypress at 18s
per 1000. No better grade than these on the Market5 36.x
"Primes" Cypress at 32s. |.er 1000. This grade carries our
same guarantee as thcBests."
Any defective shingles can be returned.
Alsocheaper grade in stock
April6th. 1916 C. C. SAUNLUiRS.
TEA and ICES
u ill be served bv the
Red Cross Guild
in the grounds of Mr. II K. M.
Johnson on the occasion of
The Opening of the Ice Plant
NOVEMBER 10th, 1916.
at 4 o'clock
The proceeds will he in aid of
the Wed Cross Funds.
Admission :
ADULTS 6d. CHILDREN 3d.
W. A. MATHER
UNDERTAKER
DESIRES to inform bis
friends and the Public
that lie has ju^t received a
complete outfit of facilities
for the business of an under
taker, hich pines him in a
i isit ion to carry out Funerals
that may be entrusted to bis
care with system and des
patch ; and respectfully soli
cits their patronage. Get my
price first and prove that
they are the very lowest for
first class work.
European Agency.
INDENTS promptly exec tit
ed at lowest cash priejflfor
II kind-: of British an
tinentnl goods, inrlu(
Books and Btationesjr,
l',.. .n, Shoes and Leather,
( .11.' ill and Druggists' Sumlrifs,
China, Karthenware ands&lassware,
Cycles, M' tort and Acrwaories,
l)i.i| ery, Millineiy and PiooG
fan. . G 1 .is and Perfutw n,
11.1, 1 \l ictuacry and Metals,
1, m llery, Plata ail Watches,
I'h itographic and Oi tical poods
Provisions and Oilmen's St n 1,
1 1. etc.
Commission aj p.c. to 5 />.r.
7V.i ' *wtt.
S|, l>c .pi./.
Sd. wds.
mgnmtntt w Product -S././ un Ac-
William Wilson Sons
, Established 1 Bi
25 Abchurch Lane, London, E.C.
Cable A i UEAINAS,** .
T II E
DELANCY TOWN
GROCERY
Has Just Added Another
Shipment of Armour's Oleo
Margarine, suitable for table
use at is. 6d. per lb. or i tin
for _'5s. (.'5 lbs.) Have you
tried my Fn sh Roasted
Ground Coffee at is. 3d. per
lb. Ceylon Tea, {lb. at 7>.< 1.
per pack. Full line of all
oilier Grocei II 8
MARTINAS BETHEL Prop.
Telephone 174.
P. (). Box 347.
FOR SALE
A line American Mare.
No reasonable offer declined.
Three months approved note
acceptable.
W. C. B. JOHNSON.
Nassau, N. P.,
Oct. iS, 1916.
FOR SALE
"I'ccyless" 1 passenger
MOTOR CAR
A good investment for any
one who contemplates rent
ing car during the winter
months.
To be sold at,*mmoderate
price.
Apply to
WALTER K. MOORE


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