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IT CD P "3 3 cr 5* en o CD 03 THE 3r TRIBUNE INulMus dtddictus |u,rare in verb a jytagltfri Hl-IM. unrNt. rOSWKAU in I. IIDOG-(AS OP NO MASTKR. VOL X Nasf&u N. P., Bahamas Friday January 3, 1913 No. 25 i ON i i iu'Li c K i i r .i< kHV I'mipmi Ol^lC-* |M 4+ V| \. tCrtT *TKRK1 Nana i N v -i \ •. ILISHEU I) \l\.\ rM li l-> Vr i :i.l I%  ii. %  | % %  '-! i'' -|'V .. } i. ii -.ituntHV — 4>|l< % I<|. I 1 ... lj'1 1 ill\ ... .14<1 ,> I i In I) ... ... JS. Half Vr.i.U Y• %  llij ... |6 P xv \ ui.iv IN ADVANCE. Advertising Katoi (.ii : 11. MI line|.. i me '•M 10 HI i %  in.! me peqny per | inir intertii inn. VfivsrtiMment^ undoi I \W id -.II.to acknowledge with I th.ml.thi* receipt of the Uep I List of Don itm i-. Rules v f>r 1911 -13, HISO the KcpMi t "f \n nuil Meeting i>l _• I M|\laich, Ii|i-', of I tie iVih.mi.is Auxiliary Bible Society. Tin* Mail Steatsei ''Espefitnza" %  teamed for New York m eleven o'clock lest night with tlie follow* inu>t(&ssuQ< i (sre C. W. Douglas and T. II. [las, .\li s l-.v.i Ryj in 'in u .in l Ellen ['inersbn ; Mis. Marian J. Key and fi IUI children. The Mail Steamer "Miami" arrived ili.. morning, punctually, finiii Miami with mails and tlie Ii>ilowing passenueis. Misses tllen I ram, I.. M. Miller, J. Millar, K. Millar, Alice Sears, !•' Sindiinger; Elisabeth Greene, ind I-. Lasher; Mesdamss N argaret Maione, I. A. Robinson, I. B.Somerset!, A. Sears and I). Smith ; \h. and Mrs. C. H. Sin till, Mr. ami Mis. E.'D. Tout, Mr. and Mis. J. C. Vail,/>1r. ;.,,> luiheotnb, Mr. and Mrs Win. Rockefeller; Mann C. A. Perry, D. Rooney, F. T. Morton, \V. I". Babbit, Edward I aylor G, II. Hawkins, A. Sargi nt, C, VY*. Warrop, J. 11. Robinson, J. M. Murdock, Geo. H. Hidden, C. H. Barber, JoHYi Taylor, A. G. Monalian, K. .1. Saunders, |ol n S tars, G. 11. Ru -'-11, and W. ii Rockefelle l %  nes Susan Kolle, Jane Dnncombe, Doriis Duncombe, I, ,ur. tt.t Ratti IJ ; Messrs Samuel .. i ,n.. I %  Percy Ma lone, I ii d i • %  •' %  < i Rolle, I h eekia i M Kensi*, Cyril umbe and Michael Bullaid 0 The W'nd I.miSteamer "M ii.-mzas" -teamed yesterdaj evening 1 >i I .i II i (>n 0. I lie \\ ard I ine St< amer"Alanm" is expected to arrive here tomorrow from New York, j> The Motor "Francis l„" is expeeled to arrive here lonamow, %  •( ii IVI u .\n.\ i v ; i i-.s. Rules and Regulations, relating to th **'" l

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Title: The Tribune.
Uniform Title: Tribune. (Nassau, Bahamas).
Alternate Title: Nassau tribune
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Tribune
Publication Date: Friday, January 03, 1913
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Spatial Coverage: Bahamas
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TRIBUNE
INulMus dtddictus |u,rare in verb a jytagltfri
Hl-IM. unrNt. rOSWKAU in I.II- DOG-(AS OP NO MASTKR.
VOL X
Nasf&u N. P., Bahamas Friday January 3, 1913
No. 25
* i on i i iu'Li c ,
K i i r .i< kHV I'mipmi
Ol^lC-* |M 4+ V| \. tCrtT *TKRK1
Nana i N v -i \ .
' ILISHEU I) \l\.\ .
rM li l-> Vr i :i.l I- ii.
| '-! i- '' -|'V .. } i.
ii -.ituntHV
4>|l< % I<|.
I1 ... lj'1
1 ill\ ... .1- 4<1
,> I i In I) ... ... JS.
Half Vr.i.U
Y llij ... |6
P xv \ ui.iv in ADVANCE.
Advertising Katoi
(.ii : 11. mi line- |.. i me
'm 10 hi i in.! me peqny per |
inir intertii inn.
VfivsrtiMment^ undoi I
\W id -.ii.- to acknowledge with I
th.ml.- thi* receipt of the Uep I
List of Don itm i-. Rules v f>r
1911 -13, hIso the KcpMi t "f \n
nuil Meeting i>l _ I M|\laich, Ii|i-',
of I tie iVih.mi.is Auxiliary Bible
Society.
Tin* Mail Steatsei ''Espefitnza"
teamed for New York m eleven
o'clock lest night with tlie follow*
inu>t(&ssuQ< i
(sre C. W. Douglas and T. II.
[las,
.\li s l-.v.i Ryj in 'in u .in l Ellen
['inersbn ; Mis. Marian J. Key and
fi iui children.
The Mail Steamer "Miami" ar-
rived ili.. morning, punctually,
finiii Miami with mails and tlie
Ii>ilowing passenueis.
Misses tllen I ram, I.. M. Miller,
J. Millar, K. Millar, Alice Sears, !'
Sindiinger; Elisabeth Greene, ind
I-. Lasher; Mesdamss N argaret
Maione, I. A. Robinson, I. B.Som-
erset!, A. Sears and I). Smith ; \h.
and Mrs. C. H. Sin till, Mr. ami Mis.
E.'D. Tout, Mr. and Mis. J. C.
Vail,/>1r. ;.,, Mr. and Mrs. A. \V. Hepburn, Mr.
and Mrs. Waller Andei oi Mr,
nnd Mrs, Ua Mengas, Mr. and
Mrs. I i. 11. >> luiheotnb, Mr. and
Mrs Win. Rockefeller; Mann C.
A. Perry, D. Rooney, F. T. Mor-
ton, \V. I". Babbit, Edward I aylor
G, II. Hawkins, a. Sargi nt, C, VY*.
Warrop, J. 11. Robinson, J. M.
Murdock, Geo. H. Hidden, C. H.
Barber, JoHYi Taylor, A. G. Mona-
lian, K. .1. Saunders, |ol n S tars, G.
11. Ru -'-11, and W. ii Rockefelle
l
nes Susan Kolle, Jane
Dnncombe, Doriis Duncombe,
I, ,ur. tt.t Ratti ij ; Messrs Samuel
.. i ,n.. I Percy Ma
lone, I ii d i ' Rolle, I h eekia i M Kensi*, Cyril
umbe and Michael Bullaid
______
0
The W'nd I.mi- Steamer "M i-
i.-mzas" -teamed yesterdaj evening
1 >i I .iiii (>n 0.
I lie \\ ard I ine St< amer"Alanm"
is expected to arrive here tomorrow
from New York,
j>
The Motor "Francis l" is ex-
peeled to arrive here lonamow,
( ii ivi u .\n.\ i v ; i i-.s.-'
Rules and Regulations, relating
to th **'"l Cable ,ii- |mi!)Iis|ii d.
Mi. J. M. Hail lias been appoint-
ed Keepei of Athol Island i ;iit.
Dl! \IH
MORLEY, I In rhursday |any.
2nd iq 13, Mrs Julia Ann .Mmlev
at her residence in Hospital
Lane.
Funeral from her late residence
al 1 p.m. today. Interment Weatetn
1 1 metery.
Relatives and frienos respectfully
invited.
CABLEGRAMS.
London. 1 An attempt was
made this afternoon to instill some
semblance of new yeai vigour into
the home rule debate in the house
of commons. I he members from
I'lster proposed the exclusion of
the northern province of Ireland
from the operation of the measure.
Sir Edward Carson, in moving
an amendment to that effect, plead-
ed for serious consideration of the
question, which might, lie said, be
vital to the success of the bill and
to the whole constitution of the
United Kingdom. It was, he said,
a question whether the house of
commons had made up its mind
to di 1 ve Ulster out of the consti-
tuting undei which it desired to
ivm.'i in.
Never, be said, without the use
of force could the Ulster people be
pelted to submit lo the degra*
datton o| a parliament in Dublin
winch was abhorreat to them.
Premier \squith followed Sir
ird Carson and immediately
made it quite clear that the gov-
ernment would not accept the
amendment to the home,rule bill.
The amendment was defeated by
a vote of 294 to 197.
London, 1.The peace confer-
< a* between the delegates of the
Hi Ik,in allies and the Turkish Em-
pire settled down to 1e.1l business
tin- ifternoon in spite of the tem-
y hitch caused by one of the.
I'.ulgarian delegates departing in
indignation from the meeting with
t he declared intention of informing
the British Foreign Office that the
war would be resumed by the al
lies. The Turkish envoys, when
the conference gathered again la-
ter, presented in writing new pro-
fi. s.ils, which are a gieat advance
on their first offer.
An agreement was reached on
certain points, while on others the
discussion was adjourned until
Friday,
Washington, 1.The world's
production of gold during 1912
was $465,000,000 according to a
preliminary estimate annonneed
to-day by Geoige Roberts director
of the mint.
Washington, 1. Americans to-
day were using for the first time
their newest institution, the parcel
post. Reports to headquarters
from throughout the country indi-
cated that the ntwatt of govern-
ment services was being ushered
into its usefulness with a heavy
day.
Spartcnburg, South Carolina,
1.An earthquake of sufficient
violence to shock many chimneys
wai felt throughout the Piedmont
section of South Carolina. The
tremor lasted for several seconds
causing fright among residents.but
no losses of life or propeity.
London, 1. Five thousand lax-
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I III'
!" R I B U N E
_ 11 i 111
fro in
(]!' action nf a co >i i of oil
com|
pf oil.
EUREK \ RTING CLUB.
I. O.G & D. ol S.
\\ "II.I. V\ i
i. In aid of S hi-- Hall.
. I .
l< !.
ind
i i
FSTELI I. I ill;- >\.
AT
Black's
! I I I 1.
CORN l-l.AK
RIi I I :
1.1, ing
pat k^l
TAPIOCA I I. \KI ; 'I. pacl
JULY i \<\ SI \I.S
A I \KI i I
IN 1
....
in b
i to suit
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V
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Music! Music! Music!
SPECIAL < >FFEl< l"< )
MUSK I Pu-
r.d Pan i
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I'he Etu
'I IC I
THIS is I
I!
I my Pi
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eial repair oi
I Mi llv.
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Oranges.
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I i
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For Sale
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\ I 11 IO
IN III NRY Al BURY
( are n| \\i I HUR I IN
io I.
w
7 I wi iald inform all wh | bat v
Ii \\ 'AN \ i l^fcARS. We
ir.i
\ ; I I
I I i
1 11it\.
I h
I he i
I i. SACNDI RS & Co.
Violin,
V
'I I >\\ l"
I i oi for Piano,
0 Pi.in
Te "I!
in Mn- Si idy" "Mirtli in f
Btc.,
cians, Virtuosi
dl rhe iliy. It is a
III !
ieai liei s I c in
ft vasl utti : mn w
in
.
! lien will Up sure t. m 11
i
"Tin Ktudi hal lli to
I you a c< nation.
ijition 11 us <>11
befoi
Eliidi" .in, to you. I I by
rheo.Pi Pa.
WAI/1 ER i |R
I Hell St.
P. S, Sp illl
i : ed
f ii "Thr
For Sal or Rent.
rat
Nic
Suitable foi
wl Sp in
nrtici
PINUP \. fRl i

Clifton Hotel.
..I'. w
Open for the >e ison.
Ratej
EDWARD
Dynamite. H
A '' I:
~\ 1) \
AYK voui
.sofas
RY,
I Chairs r< pi
re-canea
or ''Tribune" Office.
DC WARS
WHITE LABEL*
WHISKY
Cheap
and
Good.
Among the Families
of STOUT
Meux's Stout
Light and Nourishing.
* Ttf I i I \ \- I ALWAYS HAS THE IK \l>
V
/. f.
t* '_


r.
/.

s-
^>
n
_. s
For Result Advertise
in The. "Tribute"


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