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THE r R I B U N E The Tribune SATURDAY JAN. 4, 1013. British "Fiscal Reformers" are not particularly cheerful over their present prospects. Many leading Unionist journals headed by the "Times" are firmly protesting against Mr. Booar Law's proposal to make the Dominions the judges as to whether food taxes should be imposed on the British people or not. The "Tunes" says that that (is a question for (ireat Britain to decide for herself and on its own merits. On this subject the Prote tionist Toronto ^Evening News" said in answer to Lord Lansdowne's anti-referendum Speech "Canada does not expect the British people to make sacrifices for the Dominion, whether in the form of food taxes or in any Other class of duties Only irritation will be produced in Gieat Britain if any section of her people are sacrificed to serveCanadian interests. So Imperial patriotism will not be stimulated if any class of Canadi ins is required to make sacrifices for purely British interests." The proposal of the Tariff "Reformers' seems to be to shelve the question at the next election. As a matter of tactics, they had better do it. The Government majority dropped to 50 on an amendment to the Welsh Disestablishment Bill which aimed at giving all funds except the Tithe to the Disestablished Church. It is sible that in the end disendownient may follow the liie this amendment, if the opponents of the Bill are willing for a compromise. At present, howr, the opposition will listen to no terms ami the Government can scarcely, with dignity, heavy concessions to a parts that is not prepared to accept anything but a full surrender. On other clauses the Government majorities have been high. Mr. F. G. BradiAs Secretary of the Scripture (iift Mission wrote the private Secretary of the Kin},' (Lord Kuollys) to find out whether it was true that I [is Maji sty read a chapter of the Bible every day ; and received the following response: — Windsor Castle l tear Sir, 1 have had the honour of submitting your letter of the :5th inst to the King, and I nm directed to inform you in reply. It is quite true that he promised Queen Alexandra as long ago as 1881 that be would read a Chapter of the Bible daily and that he has ever since adhered to this promise. Yours very truly KNOLLYS It is interesting to note that the German Emperor lately said to the President of the Swiss Republic : "I hold to the Bible, which I constantly read. In it ; one finds the solution of e difficulty and every problem, even of a political description." Those of us who lov. to read the old Book are 111 high pany. Till. TRADE BOOM. The evidences of prosperity in Tradeare s > overwhelming that they have moved the D Mail to a d. tailed exposition of the phenomena in every part of the country. We have been so %  Jong used to the 1 fforts of the I Tory pap ITS to ubs< ure and misrepresent the facts that a change is welcome. In the exp rt^ and ; imports there has been an increase of 94 millions in eleven : months, in spite of the irleand especially of the ti rrible 1 oal strike. Since Mr. Chamberlain began his campaign in 1003 by %  trad j of the previi IUS year, 1902, there .been an iuen-a-e on trad %  of I £341,800,000. Both Imports an 1 Exports are in the healthiest p ssible siate. Our exports of manufactures are now considerably larger than were our total exports of all sorts not many years ago. There are two million more men at work than was the case two or thn a ?o, and there is a great incri in their spending powers Onlyfour of the fifteen Distress Comj mittees in S :otland have found I it necessary to provide rel ief work. The applications fot lief work wenonly slightly 01 1 3,500, compared with 8,939 in the previous year, and 19.the year before. Only two per cent of trade unionists were unemployed at the beginning of November, and this may be called the irreducible minimum. In many trades there is a dearth of labour, and two jobs oft< n for OIK man. The home trade in I v part of the country is rep' rted as excellent, being at least 30 per cent better thani list year. Mr. Bonar Law, it is plain, must wait a little before the experience of two bad ye irs forces us to his feet. But Free Traders do not contend that Free Trade by itself will guarantee a continuous prosperity. What they contend is that, when the adverse times come. they are much easier to be \>. irn< under Free Trade, and that recovery in due course 1 01 round. It must be admitted that t he administra 1 ion 1 >l the 1 'ro' ionist pill is uncommonly difficult at present, and it is no wonder that a deep gloom has. %  1 the Tory pai t\. : inspiriting programmes of Lord) I Isdowne and Mr. HonarJ Law have had an effe< t indei d, but not the effect that their au-! thors expected and di sired.—J "British Weekly," December. I1 [913. * I The Motor "Frances L" an ii : ed this afternoon with mails.mil I rs from Miami. Na-..11, \\ P., New Year, 1 My Dear Mr. Tl 1' You should know, and I want you to tell and also 'lie rest of the public, including the Policemen, if it is not illep tl to depo | de %  .-.Iks. and in tiedrams at the edgt s of 'he ttreets ? The portion of the City which I particularlv have in mind is B iy-street from Geo to |Frederick-Str< 1 ts. The tion from George to Marketts is partii ularly harro v and w lien one has to sque his ve li lh dry Is boxes, and the POLE IN I 1,1. CENTRE OF THE STREET.it is sometimes difficult especially with a nervous horse. The 1 d < of sidewalks, too, aie frequently piled up with empty boxes, put out in the morning and taken in at night, evidently used for "advertising", \ but to the inconvenience of the Public. I Again Mr. Tribune, while on 1 this, and at this se. tion. 1 wish to call attention to the herding of Horses and Carriages about the Market, on Saturdays particularly, from 2 to 6 p.m.,' making it difficult and somej turn s impossible to pass. \\ e have a new Commandant and a smmt looking Police Force now. but we want them to act smartly for the GOOD OF TIIF.PL'BUC. Dear Mr. Editor, In driving along "The n-"' last evening I was surprised to find the place bestrewn with material of the Hoard of Works, thus rendering the place unsightly to the Passer By. It will be rermernbered, Sir, that about four or live years ago this was complained of in your columns, as no lit place for de. :ing the Street Sweeping Machine and the Watering Carts aie! as,, result the Board of Works rented premises nearby for the storage of sui h things. Prior to this the B aid only 1 -lit ,1 the room on the premises r< fi rred to. but upon 1 onsiderati< m of i!ecomplaints decided to i"ii! the 'aid space also, and, up n looking into the matter, every year since, there ha been inserted in the Vppropriation A< 1 the following item: "Rental oj p tmists I.%  Worki mi,/ materials £ 10.' Further, Sir, 1 have taken the trouble to look at the yard referred to an 1 find shed erected there for the purpose ol keeping the material in question from the weather, and yet the Board does not it" that the belongings of the Taxpayers under t : -1 care and control are properly care I for, to say nething of the marring of the appeare of our pu 'rounds. I hai !,s, Mi. ffdilor, Yours truly, I't iR SYSTEM, AND oKDLIf. .Nassau N. 1' j January \. 1913. j The Motor "Frances E" will leave for Miami on Wednesday Morning (8th) at 8 o'clock. C irgo shipped per Mail Steamer "Esperanza* Jan. 2 1913, 770 bales S-sal, 3 bales sisal v, 513 bah-, sponge, 133 balesrefuse sponge, 23 bales sponge clippings, iij tonslifnumvitae, 81 bbls shell, (> bale* and |0 bbls bark, 4 bales junk, I bbl. old metal. 105 casts Canni d goods, JI crates peppeS, t22g crates tomatoes, 8 bbk, grape fruit, 4 boxes grape baiiL II boxes oranges, 4 bblsj^tai-'V ges, 6 bbls. skins. 4 einpty gas drums, 3 pkgS. sundries. The Subji et of the Serim 11 A the S. D. A Ch ipel, ToinoirTJ* Evening) will be, m "The Unpardonable Siu, r All are Irfivitcd.



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T H E T R I r. i: N DEATH. RAMSAY— This morning, Jany. 4 tli 17)13, M#. Mary laria Ramsay, ace 86, relict of the late John Ramsay, at her n %  deuce Hay Street I.. Funeral tomorrow (Sunday | morniiuj at 9 <>'< luck. CAB1 EGRAMS January .jili 1913. London, 2. —Sir Francis Fox, the eimm ill eof) er, is the latest authority to condemn the construction of the underground tramway in the neighbourhood of St. Pauls Cathedral, I'be Dean of St. Pauls recent Ij 1 oosulteo Si 1 Francis, and aftei .1 careful examination the engineer reports thai the 1 nth dral is actual ly moving and cracking. Tin' Hague, 1 he governn enl today introduced a bill in parlia. in.-at providing for the appropriation ol f ofoi the participation of Holland and the Dut< h Colonies in the Panama Pacific Exposition in San Francisco. London, -\ — I 'onsidi r ible iur| was occasioned tod iy by th< nouncement that Ibe Lusitania's sailing Saturday had been cancelled. Tb Cunard Office explained the cancellation on the ground tl at %  1 "Slight derangement in the machinery was discovered". London, 3.—Captain Vmundson is booked to sail in the St, Paul t>> morrow for New York, London, 2.—London cave a tumultuous reception for the New Year.Tbe streets were thronged f<.r manv hours. The advent:.? 10.13 was celebrated in most of the lending hotels. London, .—China begins the new year by defaulting, as the powers have not replied to her request for an extension ofti in the maiter of arrears in the indemnity %  nsiallments.Rustia is opposed to urantinj,' further grace, and it is understood, threatened to foreclose some source of reveuu?. France supports Russia in th policv of making China bankrupt and the rest of the powers apparently do not actively oppose such a course. Kemp receive peerages. Vice Ad. miral Sir. Percy Scot! and I hom?s irabam Jackson, R, A., one of the most distinguished English architects, are amonv^he new baroi Ambassador Bryce's name does not appt ar on the list It was re. polled lb. 1 lie was lo be made a pier. Amoii" the knights are John S. Willigon, president f the Toronto News and August Roal Angers of Montr, al. Havre, 2.—The British steamer Georpi an, w hich lias ai rived hei e from Baltimore, n ports thai rescu • 1 rew of the British I P>. n jam in F. Phillips, whi< ii was a band med at sea while enroll', from Gib dial for St. Johns \. ILondon, 2. — J.B.Isniay will retire from the presidency of the International Mercantle Marine Company next |une30th and will be succeeded by Harold Sanderson, first vice president. London, 2.— The new years honour* announced last night .1 re not a long list. I hey 1111 bide two new peers, seven baronets, and' lite, n knights, sir George Clark, Governor of vooibay, and Mr Gi I f you are thinking of building a house, that we will sell for the in xt week a fail grade "f No 2 Floorii g, Siding and half inch celling at I !. Per too Feet. SPOTCASH You will not have .1 l I Bffl e like tins 1.a some time i" come as the Mill will be starting upon the 1.5th i from then 00 we "ill te carry, iog out usual stock of No I gi.. 1 of lumbei ol all sizi NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY. We desire to thank you for your kind patronage during 1913 and to wish out customers, 00*and all, the best ol good things fol 1913. We can assure you that as we have tried to please you in the past, SO Wi will do in the future and sincerely hope lor a share of VOUl custom. THE BAHAMAS TIMBER D IMPANY, I-IMI'I ED, ARTHUR B. Ml rON No. to Bast Stieet. Managi 1 EUREKA SPORTING CLUB.; I. (). G. S. A: I), of S. W ILL give a Picnic at Tei I louse on |anuary 6, 1913 at. 'i a.m. In aid of Samaritans Hall; 1 icnisubscription js. Ladies is. | Refreshments will be sold. Tickets sold by Secretary and Committi e ESTELLE GIBSON, Secy. New Opportunl ly To Make Money Wonderful dUrovery. A new, scientific process of photography with a world of money-miiking opportunity for ambitious men with until capital and Absolutely No Experience. Investigate Today the "MANDEL" Post Card Machine A wonderful machine .lint takes, finishes, and dclivrrs om-uial post card pbOtOt in MM minute — right on the pot, b) Ul< KW M nidcl" i < %  Tir %  M without platre. film* Of printing. The nut-lime Dulcet five differe 1 stylce of, pitluri-5* in thn-t-si.-%  i %  x4Vi iuchc*: inini.i'.urf pott cards. 2i ( Inchcaj sod oox • I Dttoaa. Hal %  i enca anything that can b pi i ipbt PI I t card money nt picnic*. < I treeta. in the country, aaui — iA t ry where. 11 1 :i—why nut you? BtrugUl, of Utah | fl200 in -i Moixtliw Blmmoua. Georgia, writer "I make$10a day." Lopes D Texas, wrlti i: "Made $581 profit in three aMOths." Hundreds of simUar letl Be none minute "poet card photograph er." PliCC Of O inpW 'e OOtflt, : BXI rfl ttfl I •< Id) By. it thli !>ik' pa) ing business of your own. Complete Inatroctioua with outfit—you begin work at I roa back your entire original lavi I Write today for complete] free information. ^ The Chicago Ferrotype Company, 110 Ferrotype Build.ng. CHICAGO. ILL.. U. S. A. TELLS ABOUT THE HONE] CURE OF MEN'S AILMENTS 50000 BOOKS FREE BY MAIL WORTH $13 TO ANY MAM Ivery mllicU-d nun. BulTenng from any man dl....... .houlil writ* (Uick tor hm ropy of tin. Wonaterlul Fn. Book. Il t. Ii. in plain. strong. Bimulc words how any man ran pclvataly cur. hlfna.ll at rtotno, nf aueh dlacaaoa aa lllood I'maon (Iiiin-MtnJ or Arquiril.J :iknam. Loan of Power. Nervous Ifcbmly. lndlacrrtlona. j Orga-iic ur Contsa-ioua Diiieaiie, tinAtier-eflectji of rwl Ijvinir: •. Liver/Kidney and Ills.!.'.. irTrooblas. No mattir how/ long you havo BwMwJJ how old or stubborn jwr ran.• ; hi.w j oft. n yon havo failed to find relief or how cliaco.'raKen and down-hearted you are-tWa booh will b. a rov.l.ti.n irive you now nope a new li-aw on life. It I. eniirk full ot g ..-I. MIIIPII logic and ad.lr<^)u.l the tl n K < >..u ahould know and follow. If you want your old-llm. a""?. "•">" J manhood r.at..r.sl. ai-n.1 HIOMT HOW for your rouy of Jhia Cr... Saltfa •. j Moarth-tnailed fH. (actpaid in plain, asalud onvolopa. DR. JOS. LISTER & Cp.*"-*g5j* Ctiiugo, 111*-. )l • THE Magazine that IMMI I-, Fact • more >> rlnatlnt. thuii Fiction "WRITTIN SO YOU CAN UNDCRSTAND IT "A .Ml AT Continued Story ol tho World'. ^^ ProffTeas winch you RUJ 'IIIK at any time, mid which will hold your interest forever, it running in Popular Mechanics Magazine Are you reading it ? Two millions of people are. and it is ihi* favorite with pruifresiuvr readr-ra in South ai well tt In North Al It appeals to all classes—old and younR—men and women—those who know and those who want to know. 2*0 RAOrS CACH MONTH JOO RICTURIS lOO ARTICLIS OF QINCRAL IHTgRXlT The "Shop Nota." Department il"l pages gives easy ways to do things how to make uselul articles tor home and hop. repairs, etc. "Amateur Mechanics 00 pagesl tells how to make Mission tumiiure, wirelessoutlits, boats, engines, magic, and all the things a buy km By mall, per year $2.00 (Gold) WRIT! FOR l>ll SAMPLE CORY TODAY Oranges. W I I il in days not ce, supp y til the finest quality • %  chin i oranges i an be I mded in N i for one pound pei thousand. Krom j 50 to 200 i In ills tnd cab be n lied | in ili^ii time. Pun hasrrs M I pay | the fn ;gh:. Orders iili i i tie sent i > Limes \. Lowe, Blufl Eleuthpra through Ji lin VN'. Lowe Tailm | Sa ru N. P. i e II Alph i i lotel. Natives "i fnieiguara pur. i haling end isli i" have the fruit packed here, can have ii done as we nave qualified packers who half run packing houses for several years giving pert t salts I ictioti, Ixpenes For w rapping and packing t<> I"' M'J by purchasi i 1 -. JAMES A. LOWE. POPULAR MKCIIANK'S <<). • IIS W Wa.hlna-lon.Sl I IIP M.u 0 For Sale or Kent. I HOSE desirable premises ;it Nicolls Town, Andro. Island. Suitable for Outfitting or ilie purchase of Sponge. For particulars apply lo 1M 111.11' A. livLCO.



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I IIII til \ I After staying si roe no< mths in the old homestead, lack decided to g i again. It is som years %  incehebidme good-bye, and I bave not heard from him since. Among his treasures thai weni %  i him was the old family e which he said be would noi pan with for anything. I roaj sfe bim again. W he n vhatevei changes may in ins iif", the green< si spot in bis memory is the recollections iroun i thosl grai the churchyard of the illage where he v W. R. HADWEN. As I was, ill" 1-" ihtet loved m — Loved me in mj sin and shame : \ i | •. iff He saw me ; Ran I < i %  I-I, I e R >l glory Spot ii s as the heavi ove, Not to meet my I f fitness, Bui 1 1 thoughts of love. Not a serv ml al i But a s in wi> hin His I ome, To To the jiI< •! >, I a 'I iClt %  t the Sat Hath the tart made know II ; All hi i inner, lull 111 judgment on II is Son. Measured by thai l dai i>Ohhi I >K p as wi t's depth's <>f anguish, l< the i i id me. PASSAGE BY "FR \\( Is E." to Miams will be I EN I" ILI.ARS Childn II ( In Mi" a 5 \ r;us and nn.l'i to i bout Noi Nassai N. P., Jail. 1st, !., sE ISOXS ,.vi;|i HRI i MAS IS 111.KM Win I Music bv I .1. Chrisl Sold y .1. t WVI.V ) h Building. B j Si PRICJ ONE SHIM ii. The Brig-gs Nassau Sanatorium Will open November i8th A Card addr< sed to l>. S. !' %  : i [g >, Mi II. Will a sun i iptive bookli I I'niggs Sj %  fein "I Ilealth Culture. Notice of Removal WILL! IMS' BAHAMIAN SHI >l -i >RI T l IE business known as \\'ilI;mi's 1 *.iii nnian Shoe St ire 313 Bay St. under the offto M.'-srs K. M. -a %  ye k Co. 'is be. ing Removed to those more cot dn ais premisi .1 • % % %  doi 11 s below us present 1 purchased by E. W, I M at 277, 179 tllll< )K ESTABLISHMEN l I Ins|.ire is filled up the modtrn improvements %  1 up.to.date S K scale ,ni.l the 11new .In ti il with vet \ much 11 iitv .ii.l conteni ; 1 |n ciaMs than \ I irgesupph I R WI III s TRUNKS, BAGS I iRI SS -Mi !•>, v \u\\D SAT. CHELS H ill sti e kcpl mi li md as a si !r line. 'I"he Wholes ile 11 •11.11 in t locati 11 am! distt ibuters 1 ei ,n tin. ; In 1 limn a md quesl IP-TO-I UI SHOE : pu time 'i lei tlift I % %  %  1 iness on a')out 1 with H : Ml Music in %  1 iinl c\i%  late Will WHOl ESALE \M> REI All. SH< li ESIAI I SHMI • %  !. B.i y v 1. ".. r. EMPLOYMENT For Every and Any one and All the Time 00 our a il I' West. %  vor k i s l 111 y a 1111 indu %  %  I contri i't. I Ii u-is ii: those who i ill I resid %  'i Mi n and 1 famil ie 1 pn ividi d on I Nl INE M Hi I'.i ll'l.l Go then 1 th Fi IdS p 1 intendruts will pal > • %  11 t" "in k I mils, ami I in, a i-ed. |. S. J iV r iO, Naa an, \. I' WAN 1 ED a ry p Apply at nil: I III. II \il.\M \^ riMBI R IM -oANV, I.IMI I I11 W I' would inform all have on inn I an exti ns ve Si k of H WAN \ I ICiAl anbrat %  : I n w A'iapi 1 is, and Havai a 1 illi rs I ui 11,..., e manufactured 1 *kilh I "i • I ui 1 I |„ .. 1 with in lit ads uscunfi entl tin' u 1 I. L. SALNDEKS & Co. I'a\ Stn Dynamite. H AVE your Chairs sofas iren \ 1 :,' sii supp 1 and re-eanea r •.'rlbune' Of}ice. 'WHITE LABEL' WHISKY Cheap and Good, WITH I 11 !•U I MOS I CONFIDE:, CE Among* the Families of STOUT /_ 3 y. s_ S r,|i. OLDEST WD \1.W\YS HAS THE LEAD A For Result Advertise in The "Tribune"



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/ THE 3 CD P > 9 C x CD 0) a T O CD 0) s* VOL X I-RIBXJN XttUitti *ddictua |ttmre in verba ^ftagitbi roswwi rnxHii IASOFNO MASTKR. ftts'atl tf. P., Sa/iamas Saturday January 4, I9i3 Wo. 26 ) ul i'i ( [\U\'.T *>> s "'"', r and FrutayM • *.**• **WtimatW • Ig^.^S H I lal \ Id il-i • i s\ l)V v' it is just like rain ni'd once mui "He %  He ..n.' m .n '• but re' ""• |,u v ; i yet jreat wa> I %  i nt i.n i ...I I. I I Ml ll< |, I ml lU on his all f.ir In% OLD v -> I' VXD MIS •• ; h ,„.,ethei, m I |: in voice i I II %  w h I"" f "ll'. '" %  '' %  ,...,,., .. in hu chair, v „ un.l liia l '" k "' 1 w,t trous .m thepoot n, I nil him, 1 '' , hi* he i lb* I"' 1 "' and ,l: '' %  i i I;I Minnie said, "I rj B lie Mime f. 1! ednn.'M I irthytobe called thy son." .,,,., He put down th Book on th, l,i...'.,t .I rose and paced the'.*n in an ; % %  ; my M remsjrt* It was the first time since Inreturn I Ml thei """• II | | re IIIIKS. h-s pri l„. ,|. ,,l, bed tl>message of his dving h n th -' '" h a va re iched his conscience before, but now the roighty.livini fuJ Word "i God was doing it work HI his IOUI. in ,ncl kiss. I i'i'". h no more., I 1.' UI : ,., Ins kideofhis dying | ,.burs; ."i ,.Q ,. ,. %  %  rverrl P ith*r, |. lV( -;''" ; '" "*y for i '"s ke e Mil "" n I ,,. phoi m i d on Fo l,.„ R lime. I*h n he n se, md lWn he kissed his child, • ,( you i < %  She smiled an I said,"Y< u won I m ind reading and praying_ e' night now, will you, l nher r ,l irling, I vont mind now, he said "I hank you, si %  -"" hugged ." ,l1 kissed '''"'• NX ' • have the 23rd Psalm to-morrow, ime in t" ri him in the watching, and he took the big Bible an went i>> his own r oom,and read that chapter over ,,.,,, 1 in the calm conscmusn Q f a 1' ith. r's loi riv ;nes and a Father's love.--.He then knell down and prayed once rn..re alone with God -and there w %  m fht presence of the angels ,,f 1 ;,„| i.vei one sinner that repenttrue that night in the cat! olpoor Jaok. Minnie lingered on throush the winter, and at last the Spring sunshine came and the leaves and ll .werscame again. I he patient I, t ,l ( guffei >r was delighted with lhe jingiog of the birds, the rose* thechilderr. brought her, but the .nderfol k. Jack couldpray now, and every night heprayed withhis h id, and ,,..,,. pent many ; hours Uthough M weaker, she still talked ol *• •: i -Ul .1 qu.et chu chyard And here my story must end. It i.asad o.e but true. 1 would ,w the n th las, act of the drama than dwell on lhe overwhelming li . with %  id's Word. rnds man s vetn, time-true for eternit). What you sowing? R or thorns? 1 weaiing t ,.| ^e 1 irth winch drink th in the rain which cometh oft up 1 th forth herbs m vhom it 1dressed, receiv( ingfrom God: but that %  ii. h beareth thorns id is rugh i ... end is to be led." Several friend-!. he pnor ; father tocome to their homes, but no, that cottage with all itremembran wnicn brought deepe I ani aish to his lonely sole, w is went ThankGod.the voice that on e was lull .,( love had been heard, and had done its work. God works in strange ways, Bn d reacheteouU by strange means sometimes, and prosecutes I.s ujposei along ran pa4hs, guides the vessel, ao3 a God of Ltience wb can wait till I reaches port. ThishwtdVw repeainR itself in thousaods of homes toUday.-There are many old Sedsmany poor lailn, many iittle Minnies and there is the same Lord who is rich toward all that call upon Him. ,1 1 >' HI au >ni ed riy til ufl we iha ..11int we M .1 i .be at nd. ur(Continued on fourth page,) ).


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Title: The Tribune.
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Publication Date: Saturday, January 04, 1913
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I 1.' UI : ,., Ins
kideofhis dying
| ,.- burs; ."i ,
,.q ,. ,. rverrl P ith*r,
! |. lV( -;''" ;'" "*y
for i '"s ke !
e Mil ""n-
I ,,. phoi m i d on Fo
l,.R lime. I*h n he n se, md
lWn he kissed his child,
,( you
i <
She smiled an I said,"Y< u won I
mind reading and praying_ e'
night now, will you, l nher r
,l irling, I vont mind now,
he said
"I hank you, si -""
hugged .",l1 kissed '''"' "NX''
have the 23rd Psalm to-morrow,
. ime in t" ri
him in the watching, and he took
the big Bible an went i>> his own
room,and read that chapter over
,,.,,, 1 in the calm conscmusn
Qf a 1' ith. r's loi riv ;nes and a
Father's love.--.He then knell
down and prayed once rn..re
alone with God -and there w
m fht presence of the angels
,,f 1 ;,| i.vei one sinner that repent-
true that night in the cat!
olpoor Jaok.

Minnie lingered on throush the
winter, and at last the Spring
sunshine came and the leaves and
ll .werscame again. I he patient
I,t,l(. guffei >r was delighted with
lhe jingiog of the birds, the rose*
thechilderr. brought her, but the
.nderfol
k. Jack
couldpray now, and every night
heprayed withhis h id, and
,,..,,. pent many ;
hours
Uthough M weaker,
she still talked ol *
: i -Ul
.1
qu.et chu chyard
And here my story must end. It
i.asad o.e but true. 1 would
,w the n th
las, act of the drama
than dwell on lhe overwhelming
li .
with id's Word. rnds
, man s vetn,
time-true for eternit). What
you sowing? R..... or thorns?
1 weaiing t
,.| ^e 1 irth winch drink th
in the rain which cometh oft up 1
, th forth herbs m
vhom it 1- dressed,
receiv( ingfrom God: but
that ii. h beareth thorns
id is rugh
i ... end is to be
led."
Several friend-!. he pnor
; father tocome to their
homes, but no, that cottage
with all it- remembran wnicn
brought deepe I ani aish to his
lonely sole, w is went
ThankGod.the voice that on e was
lull .,( love had been heard, and
had done its work.
God works in strange ways,
Bnd reacheteouU by strange means
sometimes, and prosecutes I.s
ujposei along ran pa4hs,
guides the vessel, ao3 a God of
Ltience wb can wait till I
reaches port. ThishwtdVw repea-
inR itself in thousaods of homes
toUday.-There are many old
Seds- many poor lailn, many
iittle Minnies and there is the
same Lord who is rich toward all
that call upon Him.
,1
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(Continued on fourth page,)
).


THE
rRIBUNE
The Tribune
SATURDAY JAN. 4, 1013.
British "Fiscal Reformers"
are not particularly cheerful
over their present prospects.
Many leading Unionist journals
headed by the "Times" are
firmly protesting against Mr.
Booar Law's proposal to make
the Dominions the judges as to
whether food taxes should be
imposed on the British people
or not. The "Tunes" says that
that (is a question for (ireat
Britain to decide for herself and
on its own merits. On this sub-
ject the Prote tionist Toronto
^Evening News" said in answer
to Lord Lansdowne's anti-refer-
endum Speech "Canada does
not expect the British people to
make sacrifices for the Domin-
ion, whether in the form of
food taxes or in any Other class
of duties..... Only irritation
will be produced in Gieat Bri-
tain if any section of her people
are sacrificed to serve- Canadian
interests. So Imperial patriot-
ism will not be stimulated if
any class of Canadi ins is re-
quired to make sacrifices for
purely British interests." The
proposal of the Tariff "Reform-
ers' seems to be to shelve the
question at the next election.
As a matter of tactics, they had
better do it.
The Government majority
dropped to 50 on an amendment
to the Welsh Disestablishment
Bill which aimed at giving all
funds except the Tithe to the
Disestablished Church. It is
sible that in the end disendow-
nient may follow the liie
this amendment, if the oppon-
ents of the Bill are willing for a
compromise. At present, how-
r, the opposition will listen
to no terms ami the Government
can scarcely, with dignity,
heavy concessions to a parts
that is not prepared to accept
anything but a full surrender.
On other clauses the Govern-
ment majorities have been
high.
Mr. F. G. BradiAs Secretary
of the Scripture (iift Mission
wrote the private Secretary of
the Kin},' (Lord Kuollys) to find
out whether it was true that
I [is Maji sty read a chapter of
the Bible every day ; and receiv-
ed the following response:
Windsor Castle
l tear Sir,
1 have had the honour of sub-
mitting your letter of the :5th
inst to the King, and I nm direct-
ed to inform you in reply. It is
quite true that he promised
Queen Alexandra as long ago
as 1881 that be would read a
Chapter of the Bible daily and
that he has ever since adhered
to this promise.
Yours very truly
KNOLLYS
It is interesting to note that
the German Emperor lately said
to the President of the Swiss
Republic : "I hold to the Bible,
which I constantly read. In it
; one finds the solution of e
difficulty and every problem,
even of a political description."
Those of us who lov. to read
the old Book are 111 high
pany.
Till. TRADE BOOM.
The evidences of prosperity
in Trade- are s > overwhelming
that they have moved the D
Mail to a d. tailed exposition of
the phenomena in every part of
the country. We have been so
Jong used to the 1 fforts of the
I Tory pap its to ubs< ure and mis-
represent the facts that a change
is welcome. In the exp rt^ and
; imports there has been an in-
crease of 94 millions in eleven
: months, in spite of the irle-
and especially of the ti rrible
1 oal strike. Since Mr. Cham-
berlain began his campaign in
1003 by trad
j of the previi ius year, 1902, there
.- been an iuen-a-e on trad of
I 341,800,000. Both Imports an 1
Exports are in the healthiest
p ssible siate. Our exports of
manufactures are now consider-
ably larger than were our total
exports of all sorts not many
years ago. There are two mil-
lion more men at work than
was the case two or thn
a ?o, and there is a great incri
in their spending powers Only-
four of the fifteen Distress Com-
j mittees in S :otland have found
I it necessary to provide rel ief
work. The applications fot
lief work wen- only slightly 01 1
3,500, compared with 8,939 in
the previous year, and 19.-
the year before. Only two per
cent of trade unionists were un-
employed at the beginning of
November, and this may be
called the irreducible minimum.
In many trades there is a dearth
of labour, and two jobs oft< n
for oik man. The home trade in
I v part of the country is re-
p' rted as excellent, being at
least 30 per cent better thani
list year. Mr. Bonar Law, it is
plain, must wait a little before
the experience of two bad ye irs
forces us to his feet. But
Free Traders do not contend
that Free Trade by itself will
guarantee a continuous prosper-
ity. What they contend is that,
when the adverse times come.
they are much easier to be \>. irn<
under Free Trade, and that re-
covery in due course 1 01
round. It must be admitted that
t he administra 1 ion 1 >l the 1 'ro-
' ionist pill is uncommonly
difficult at present, and it is no
wonder that a deep gloom has.
. 1 the Tory pai t\. :
inspiriting programmes of Lord)
I Isdowne and Mr. HonarJ
Law have had an effe< t indei d,
but not the effect that their au-!
thors expected and di sired.J
"British Weekly," December.
I-1, [913.
* I
The Motor "Frances L" an ii :
ed this afternoon with mails.mil
I rs from Miami.
Na- -..11, \\ P.,
New Year, 1 .
My Dear Mr. Tl 1'
You should know, and I want
you to tell ..... and also 'lie rest
of the public, including the
Policemen, if it is not illep tl
to depo |
de ' .-.Iks. and in tie- drams
at the edgt s of 'he ttreets ?
The portion of the City
which I particularlv have in
mind is B iy-street from Geo
to |Frederick-Str< 1 ts. The
tion from George to Market-
ts is partii ularly harro v
and w lien one has to sque
his ve li lh dry
Is boxes, and the POLE IN
I 1,1. CENTRE OF THE
STREET.it is sometimes dif-
ficult especially with a nervous
horse.
The 1 d < of sidewalks, too,
aie frequently piled up with
empty boxes, put out in the
morning and taken in at night,
evidently used for "advertising", \
but to the inconvenience of the
Public. I
Again Mr. Tribune, while on 1
this, and at this se. tion. 1 wish
to call attention to the herding
of Horses and Carriages about
the Market, on Saturdays par-
ticularly, from 2 to 6 p.m.,'
making it difficult and some- j
turn s impossible to pass.
\\ e have a new Commandant
and a smmt looking Police
Force now. but we want them
to act smartly for the
GOOD OF TIIF.PL'BUC.
Dear Mr. Editor,
In driving along "The
' n-"' last evening I was sur-
prised to find the place bestrewn
with material of the Hoard of
Works, thus rendering the place
unsightly to the Passer By.
It will be rermernbered, Sir,
that about four or live years ago
this was complained of in your
columns, as no lit place for de-
. :ing the Street Sweeping
Machine and the Watering Carts
aie! as,, result the Board of
Works rented premises nearby
for the storage of sui h things.
Prior to this the B aid only '
1 -lit ,1 the room on the premises
r< fi rred to. but upon 1 onsidera-
ti< m of i!e- complaints decided
to i"ii! the 'aid space also, and,
up n looking into the matter,
every year since,
there ha been inserted in the
Vppropriation A< 1 the follow-
ing item: "Rental oj p tmists
I.- Worki
mi,/ materials 10.' Fur-
ther, Sir, 1 have taken the
trouble to look at the yard re-
ferred to an 1 find shed erected
there for the purpose ol keeping
the material in question from
the weather, and yet the Board
does not it" that the be-
longings of the Taxpayers un-
der t : -1 care and control are
properly care I for, to say nething
of the marring of the appear-
e of our pu 'rounds.
I hai !,s, Mi. ffdilor,
Yours truly, '
I't iR SYSTEM, AND oKDLIf.
.Nassau N. 1' j
January \. 1913.
j
The Motor "Frances E" will
leave for Miami on Wednesday
Morning (8th) at 8 o'clock.
C irgo shipped per Mail
Steamer "Esperanza* Jan. 2
1913,
770 bales S-sal, 3 bales sisal
v, 513 bah-, sponge, 133
balesrefuse sponge, 23 bales
sponge clippings, iij tonslif-
numvitae, 81 bbls shell, (> bale*
and |0 bbls bark, 4 bales junk,
I bbl. old metal. 105 casts
Canni d goods, ji crates peppeS,
t22g crates tomatoes, 8 bbk,
grape fruit, 4 boxes grape baiiL
II boxes oranges, 4 bblsj^tai-'V
ges, 6 bbls. skins. 4 einpty gas
drums, 3 pkgS. sundries.
The Subji et of the Serim 11 A
the S. D. A Ch ipel, ToinoirTJ*
Evening) will be, m
"The Unpardonable Siu,r
All are Irfivitcd.


T H E T R I r. i: N !
DEATH.
Ramsay This morning,
Jany. 4 tli 17)13, M#. Mary laria
Ramsay, ace 86, relict of the
late John Ramsay, at her n
deuce Hay Street I..
Funeral tomorrow (Sunday |
morniiuj at 9 <>'< luck.
CAB1 EGRAMS
January .jili 1913.
London, 2. Sir Francis Fox, the
eimm ill eof).....er, is the latest au-
thority to condemn the construction
of the underground tramway in the
neighbourhood of St. Pauls Cathe-
dral, I'be Dean of St. Pauls recent Ij
1 oosulteo Si 1 Francis, and aftei .1
careful examination the engineer
reports thai the 1 nth dral is actual
ly moving and cracking.
Tin' Hague, 1 he governn enl
today introduced a bill in parlia.
in.-at providing for the appropri-
ation ol f ofoi the participa-
tion of Holland and the Dut< h
Colonies in the Panama Pacific
Exposition in San Francisco.
London, -\ I 'onsidi r ible iur|
was occasioned tod iy by th<
nouncement that Ibe Lusitania's
sailing Saturday had been cancell-
ed. Tb Cunard Office explained
the cancellation on the ground tl at
1 "Slight derangement in the ma-
chinery was discovered".
London, 3.Captain Vmundson
is booked to sail in the St, Paul t>>
morrow for New York,
London, 2.London cave a
tumultuous reception for the New
Year.Tbe streets were thronged f<.r
manv hours. The advent:.? 10.13
was celebrated in most of the lend-
ing hotels.
London, .China begins the
new year by defaulting, as the
powers have not replied to her re-
quest for an extension ofti..... in
the maiter of arrears in the indem-
nity nsiallments.Rustia is opposed
to urantinj,' further grace, and it is
understood, threatened to foreclose
some source of reveuu?.
France supports Russia in th
policv of making China bankrupt
and the rest of the powers apparent-
ly do not actively oppose such a
course.
Kemp receive peerages. Vice Ad.
miral Sir. Percy Scot! and I hom?s
' irabam Jackson, R, A., one of the
most distinguished English archi-
tects, are amonv^he new baroi
Ambassador Bryce's name does
not appt ar on the list It was re.
polled lb.1 lie was lo be made a
pier.
Amoii" the knights are John S.
Willigon, president f the Toronto
News and August Roal Angers of
Montr, al.
Havre, 2.The British steamer
Georpi an, w hich lias ai rived hei e
from Baltimore, n ports thai
rescu 1 rew of the British
I P>. n jam in F. Phillips,
whi< ii was a band med at sea while
enroll', from Gib dial for St. Johns
\. I-
London, 2. J.B.Isniay will retire
from the presidency of the Interna-
tional Mercantle Marine Company
next |une30th and will be succeeded
by Harold Sanderson, first vice
president.
London, 2. The new years hon-
our* announced last night .1 re not
a long list. I hey 1111 bide two new
peers, seven baronets, and' lite, n
knights, sir George Clark, Gover-
nor of vooibay, and Mr Gi
If you are thinking of building a
house, that we will sell for the
in xt week a fail grade "f No 2
Floorii g, Siding and half inch
celling at
I !. Per too Feet. SPOTCASH
You will not have .1 l I Bffl e like
tins 1.a some time i" come as the
Mill will be starting upon the 1.5th
i from then 00 we "ill te carry,
iog out usual stock of No I gi.. 1
of lumbei ol all sizi .
NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY.
We desire to thank you
for your kind pat-
ronage during 1913 and to wish
out customers, 00*and all, the best
ol good things fol 1913. We can
assure you that as we have tried to
please you in the past, SO Wi will
do in the future and sincerely hope
lor a share of VOUl custom.
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I III-
I til \ I
After staying si roe no< mths in
the old homestead, lack decided
to g i again. It is som years
incehebidme good-bye, and I
bave not heard from him since.
Among his treasures thai weni
i him was the old family
e which he said be would
noi pan with for anything.
I roaj sfe bim again. W
he n vhatevei changes may
in ins iif", the green< si spot in
bis memory is the recollections
iroun i thosl grai
the churchyard of the illage where
he v
W. R. HADWEN.
As I was, ill" 1-" ihtet loved m
Loved me in mj sin and shame :
\ i | . iff He saw me;
Ran I
< i i-i, I e R >l.....' glory
Spot ii s as the heavi ove,
Not to meet my I f fitness,
Bui 11 thoughts of
love.
Not a serv ml al i
But a s in wi> hin His I ome,
To '
To the jiI< ! >, I a
'I i- Clt t the Sat
Hath the tart made
know ii ;
All hi i inner,
lull 111 judgment on II is Son.
Measured by thai l dai i>-
Ohhi
I >k p as wi t's depth's <>f
anguish,
l< the i i id me.
PASSAGE
BY "FR \\( Is E."
to Miams will be I EN I" ILI.ARS
Childn ii
( In Mi" a 5 \ r;us and nn.l'i
to i bout Noi
Nassai N. P.,
Jail. 1st, !.,
sE ISOXS ,.vi;|i .
HRI i MAS IS 111.KM "
Win I Music bv
' I .1. Chrisl .
Sold y .1. t WVI.V )
h Building. B j Si
PRICJ ONE SHIM i- i.
The Brig-gs Nassau
Sanatorium
Will open November i8th
A Card addr< sed to
l>. S. !': i [g >, Mi ii.
Will a sun i iptive
bookli I
I'niggs Sj fein "I Ilealth
Culture.
Notice of Removal
WILL! IMS' BAHAMIAN SHI >l
-i >RI .
Tl IE business known as \\'il-
I;mi's 1 *.iii nnian Shoe St ire
313 Bay St. under the offto
M.'-srs K. M. -a ye k Co. 'is be.
ing Removed to those more cot
dnais premisi .1 doi 11 s below
us present 1
purchased by E. W, I M
. at 277, 179 tll<-
lif.
WILL] \MS'
WHOLESALE VND RE I AIL
->ll< )K ESTABLISHMEN l
I In- s|.ire is filled up '
the modtrn improvements 1
up.to.date S k
scale ,ni.l the 11- new
.In ti il with vet \ much 11
iitv .ii.l conteni ; 1
|n ciaMs than
\ I irgesupph I R WI IIIs'".
TRUNKS, BAGS I iRI SS -Mi
!>, v \u- \\D sat.
CHELS h ill sti e kcpl mi li md
as a si !r line.
'I"he Wholes ile 11
11.11 in t!
locati 11 am! distt ibuters 1
ei ,n tin- ; In
1 limn a md quesl
IP-TO-I UI SHOE
:
pu time 'i
lei tli- ft I 1
iness on a')out 1 with h
: Ml Music in
1 iinl c\i- late
Will
WHOl ESALE \M> REI All.
SH< li ESIAI I SHMI !.
B.i y v 1.
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EMPLOY-
MENT
For Every and Any one
and
All the Time
00 our a il I'
West.

vork i s l 111 y a 1111
indu '

I contri i't. I Ii u-is ii:
those who i ill I resid
'i Mi n and 1
famil ie 1 pn ividi d on I
Nl INE M Hi I'.i ll'l.l
Go then 1 th Fi IdS p 1 intend-
ruts will pal > 11 t" "in k
I mils, ami I in, a i-ed.
|. S. J iV r iO,
Naa an, \. I'
WAN 1 ED
a ry p
Apply at nil:
I III. II \il.\M \^ riMBI R
IM -oANV, I.IMI I I- 11
WI' would inform all
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