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TIlF. f R I B U N l I I Maria, Couni \ Arrived here today tulip thegtMStl for a few days oi the British Amdor and Mis, Bryce. New York, 4. -Gre it Britain to-I day delivered to his countrymen I body of Whitelaw Reid. The British cruiser Natal brought the body home and tonight it lies in I the Cathedral of St. John the Di-1 vine, President Taft, dignitarios from the army and navy and represent,!| tives of foreign powers will attend the funeral there tomorrow. London, 4,Although the word "Ultimatum was not pronounced, what practice lly was an ultimatum was presented to Turkey at today's sitting of the \ eai e confi n n e on behalf of the Balkan allii 1 Turkey must find B v. to |renounce to the Balkan allies net rights over the. bland ol Crete, cede the Islands in the Aegean Sea and present .1 rectification of the frontier of European Turkey which would include Adrianople in the teiritory of the allies, or the allies would consider that further 1 tiations for peace were us Here Theyure Again. 4 ONLY of ti ose 1 xt ,1 Large Willow Rot kers at r8s., Large Enamel Dish Pans > size at is (>d., Tin Dish Pans 6d. and qd. e.i h, Enamel Chambers 1 l '.. Enamel Pots Od. and is., Rnrd Ti imming 1 ',,: yd., All k 1 mis I'm t tons, Hooks and Py< 1 card, White and Blai k I Lining 3d, yd., I I loth or coarse Brown Cotton ijd. yd., 25 Wide Rim Mens Hats al is., Mens Extra good White and Colil.Shirts, is. d, I 1 I 1 Grej and Cn am Swe it( rsan I Singlets 1 .j l„ Ladies Singlets I DONT FORGET. We always keep Fresh Yeast t ikes on hind 3 for I 1 KNICK KNACK STORE. Sou the 1 n C01.King and Market Sts. London, 4.— The pp*nct of im posing taxes on food imported into the British Pies, put forward by some of the leaders in the hou ted such hi ipli >s diss ilutions in the Uoii nists party as to render almost certain tlie retention of power by the Lil government for the two years m sary to overcome 'he resistai the house nl lords for the hou.rule bill. On the other hand the wrang les among the Unionists, afford some temptation to th it to make an pppeal 1 the 1 ounti y on the chance -,f coming back to power w ith an incn asi d m jority. '1 his, however, is a 1 e of action wine has little likolihood of being sanctioned by the members of the liish Nationalist party because it would del iy the passage ol the home rule b.ll and would even rUStbe return of the Unionists to office, thus shelving home rule altogether. The chances now appear to bfl that the ministers will decide insi a disi lution of p irliament and will push on their legislative programme. London, 4.—James Hamilton, rid Duke ol Abercorn, died here this aften oon of pneumonia. FOP Sale or Rent. T IIOSE desirable premises at Nicolls Town, tndrot Island. Suitable for Outfitting or the pur chase of Sponge, For particul trs ai ply to PHii.ip ,\. TRECO PASSAGE BY "I RANCES E." to Miams will be I EN I" M.I \RS Childn n -13 years and u Childn1 J years and undi 1 S4. (Notice. ( Ifni H "1 ranees I |'iJ P. isBnv street. Nassau, N. P. Jan ISt, 1913 EMPLOYMENT For Every and Any one and All the Time on our sisal Plantations dovt n W. -1. Satisfactory earnings can be made, if work is pursue.: steadily and indusl 1 i< Most of the work is bj the job or contract, I louses to accomi 1 those who wish to lesid,' there. Small COttagei f"l Men and llieit ami 111 providi 11 on the plant it ion X( NE NEE D BE IDLE 1 io there and th* Iield Superintend* Qtl Will put von to w 01 k I 'mis, and Implei used. |. S. JOHNSON t O. Nassau. N. P THE SEASONS LYRIC. "CHRISTMAS IS HERI Words by M C. Christie, Music bv F. J. Christie. Sold by J. CANCINO '1 Building, Bav Street PRICE -ONE SHILLING. EXPERIENCE brings conviction. Millions of housewives are daily using Sunlight Soap. *tf To them the fact that it is the best has passed beyond the region of argument. It has become an experience. SUNLIGHT Hi SOA1 TRY TIIF. si M 11. in w X > Remember I f you are thinking of building B bouse, that we will sell for the next >•. 1, |f ,f No 1 r 1 orii ft, Siding nd half inch ceMint; Bt is. .|d. Per too Feet SPOTCASH Yen will not have H chance like this (or some time to come as the Mill will be Matting up on tin15th and from then on wi n ill I e carrying our usual stoi k of No 1 | of lumber ol all %  NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY. We desire t 1 thank you for your kind patronage during tqia and to wish oui customer^, one and all, the; best • "! tliincs for 1913, W'e 1 an ire you that as we have tried to please you in the past, so w will do in the futureand sincerely hope f' ii a share of yi IUI custom, THE BAHAMAS TIMB1 R COMPANY, LIMITED, ARTHUR B. SUTTON N'o.'io East Stieet. Manager A WANTED good stei ograpber. Good Sal. try paid. Appl v at 'fliee of THE BAH VMAS I IMl'.ER COMPANY, LIMITED. Notice of Removal. W ILLIAMS' BAH \MIAN Sim STORE. I "HE business known as W'il-4 I liam's Bahamian Shoe Stort 313 Bay St. under the nffii 1 Messrs ft. II. Sa y er A Co. is b ing removed to those mon common dious premises a few doors below its present occupation and lately lased by E, W. T. Mi Phersori it .'77, 279 Hay St. under th %  .HI e %  f. WJI.LIAMS 1 WHO! F.SALE AND R ETAI L SHOE l-.S'l M'd.I-sllMLJPsT. The store is filled up with al the mo d %  TII improvements of ai up-to-date Shoe Store on a larg^ .lie ,mil the business will 1)0 COO ducted with very much more fad lity ,nd convenience to patronses p. call y than heretofore, A largesupplyof rRAVELLIM< rRUNKS, BAGS, DRESS SIT CASES, VALISES AND SAT CHELS will sti'l be kept on h.n as a side line. The Wholes tie pepnrtmnnt is > addition to the business in the lie location and distributer! or smal dealers in the line will do well t visit this Department and questic prices before placing their orde %  broad or purchasing elsewhi re This i P-TO-DATE SHO S IOU1-. will be opened f< r inspei lion to the public at any time al ler the ist Jany. 1013, anil for bus! iness on about 15th mst With Hand of Music in attendance intl aft' rnooii and evening of that da I Wild IAMS' w HOLESAI E \ND RE 1 Ml, siK IE ESTAB1 ISHMENT. 277 and 279 May St. X.i isau N. P.



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~JI THE > 3 cr 0) r*CD (J) (ft pr O CD UNI jful'ius iddictus jurare in verba .\taglstr 1 flOUM • LA n iFVn MASUR. 70 L .r .Yas.'au N. P., Bahamas Monday January 6, J9J3 No. T5 I EON I i HUH i" i i r >;< A M %  I'Ww i r \. V Armour with Mr, and Mrs. Jordan Mutt, Mr. R. II. Robefttmn ill of New York)ami j ii maid and raid arc (he party on board, The Yacht is Iving at Salt Cay > Foreign Mails per "France-iE" will lie elnsedat 4 p.rn tomorrow ('I uesday.i 1 oreign Mails pei M ii1 Stea.ner "Miami" will l>e doted on Friday 10th at Noon, The following were tlif pa sengerfl per "Frances !•'." from Miami on Saturday: — Miss Mary Dean; Mr* Jane Mm. roe, Messrs Matthew Marshall, Cornelius Clarke, Matthew Naim, ami lames Brown; 'Mastei LorenEO Miller. ^'Repatriated) J The (Ward Line) Steamer "Alamo" arrived tliis morning from New Yorkfhaving lost one seaman overboard on the voyageJand after landing the following passengers proceeded to Key West aid (i ilveston: — Misses Chtherine Prawley, Lilly 1'ilinson, Kitty Kellehen, Jeanette Lilly, Anna Logan, Mary Moore, Isabel JMackey, Jennie McAroy, C athenne Parker, Barbara Rowan Jns<-pl-ine iCeardon, Julia ScuTlern, and \l,irv S ith; Mesrl imes Margaret M, I 'luis, Hill K 1 te Veil : Mi. and Mi1 E It. I enmson, Mr. ami \|IN. Chit* I-. Maj na re Wolf, Alfred Dupp. I, I luma Eui d n, 11 • • enheimer, Lorento Gentile, George VV, Karno, Henry Lamberlts, s > %  %  l illig, Mini he 1 I, Ford Narhn, \'Mito, I Ii in\ I'fau. II rherl W. Pimlv, \\ ilh mi Purich, AnI IN ratt B, Rich, K 11 F, Rei< 1 K 1. II--r.ir, Imat ;i, \\ in. 11. ~-IIIIIII, Robert Smith, Hi nj uuin Smith, I'rcy W. Smith, Lnrdne F, Smith, Sam Sctrwarg, John L. Stoul and I Ii ni y Wootlii ton. '57) M< s a pp iiii Vet n_; [nspectoi of Schoolii. I". \. C Duncombe Esq.Commi>r .(ill Division has b( en pi irge Exuma District. rin^resign ition of Mr. J BI 11 l.ightbourn, J'. Clerk in ili; I > %  pi, of Auditor of Public \r. counts has been HCCI pted, W. T. Cleare Esej., ton '1 l k \n Iros Isl'd lias bet n granted an extension of leave of aba 1 to the 20th January. The resignation of •' >rlandn I I'riK haul Esq as a iiieml'.i Marine Products Board has bei n accepted. |. Ronald Young and John Butler, I squiies, have been appointed members of i lie Marine Products Board. William J. I'mder Esq. M. L. A I is been spp tinted Chairman of the N aiine Products Board, Mi. George !l Thompson, K)1 master Colonel Hill, Crooked Island, accompanied by Mrs. Thompson and infant, arrived ves terday from Palmetto Point, Eleu the 1, and will leave in a lew dayj f-jr Cro iked Island. C VBLEGRAMS. Mr. Harold Darant Bascombe has I)--u appointed a Tidewniter vice Mr. C U, Rigby retired. I 1 e 11 tignation ol Mr, H. O. Clutsam, Second Clerk, Post Office Department has been accepted George Cole,' Esq. I. S. O., Inspector of schools has been grantJanuary 6th 1913. London, 4.— Alleged fear of IrishAmerican influence on the project* ed Irish parliament was urged by Earl Winteiton in the house of 1 ominous tins afternoon as a reason for amending the home rule hill, so as to prevent the Irish parliament from passing resolutions on subjects upon which it is to he forbidden to legislate. Earl Winter* tonand twootherUnionist members 1 (intended that during a time of crisis the Irish parliament could adopt resolutions which would greatly endanger the inteiests of Great Britain and it might even send a representative to Washington. Augustus Birrell, Chief Secretary for Ireland, and John 1 >i 1 Ion, opposed the amendment, which was defeated bp 279 against 154. Washington, 4.—Miss Violet Asijuiih, daughter of the prime minister of Great Britain, and Lady 1


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No. T5
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I in' American v- uner Ifacht
"Otowana", JOB ton*. ..( Chicago,
J. ll Crawford Mh le irrivvdthis
mil!mug from | ii Icm i.viile, en j
to Panama
l in- (>w i r \. V Armour with
Mr, and Mrs. Jordan Mutt, Mr. R. '
II. Robefttmn ill of New York)ami j
ii maid and raid arc (he party on
board,
The Yacht is Iving at Salt Cay
>
Foreign Mails per "France-iE"
will lie elnsedat 4 p.rn tomorrow
('I uesday.i
1 oreign Mails pei M ii1 Stea.ner
"Miami" will l>e doted on Friday
10th at Noon,
The following were tlif pa sen-
gerfl per "Frances !'." from Miami
on Saturday:
Miss Mary Dean; Mr* Jane Mm.
roe, Messrs Matthew Marshall,
Cornelius Clarke, Matthew Naim,
ami lames Brown; 'Mastei Loren-
eo Miller.
^'Repatriated)
J
The (Ward Line) Steamer
"Alamo" arrived tliis morning from
New Yorkfhaving lost one seaman
overboard on the voyageJand after
landing the following passengers
proceeded to Key West aid (i ilves-
ton:
Misses Chtherine Prawley, Lilly
1'ilinson, Kitty Kellehen, Jeanette
Lilly, Anna Logan, Mary Moore,
Isabel JMackey, Jennie McAroy,
C athenne Parker, Barbara Rowan
Jns<-pl-ine iCeardon, Julia ScuTlern,
and \l,irv S ith; Mesrl imes Mar-
garet M, I 'luis, Hill K 1 te Veil :
Mi. and Mi1 E It. I enmson, Mr.
ami \|in. Chit* I-. Maj nar Hei rj \ga, Rnl en Amos, An
;- |oseph I'-- aumont, !
Itrttige, Prtei [Wxim,
1 I. 11 l(' nten-
kimt, Donald Cadwallader, Henri
I n atello, Emil l>e
Wolf, Alfred Dupp. I, I luma
Eui d n, 1-1 enheimer, Lo-
rento Gentile, George VV, Karno,
Henry Lamberlts, s> l illig,
Mini he 1 I, Ford Narhn,
\'Mito, I Ii in\ I'fau. II rherl
W. Pimlv, \\ ilh mi Purich, An-
I in ratt B, Rich,
K 11 F, Rei< 1 K 1.ii- --r.ir, I- mat -
;i, \\ in. 11. ~-iiiiiIi, Robert
Smith, Hi nj uuin Smith, I'- rcy
W. Smith, Lnrdne F, Smith, Sam
Sctrwarg, John L. Stoul and
I Ii ni y Wootlii ton. '57)
M< s la mi l-. I; I homas
H Davis, Robt. M. E. Bi
Elij 'li I". I larris m, Archibald
1, Jermins Chisman, George
\Y. Chisman, Pedro Valdez, God
f 1 v I ate, I oleman I'. I ate, Wm,
I lolmi s, Reese Mi I iruden, William
A, Lacey, [t-aiah L. Currie, Mar-
shall Meade, James Truitt, Robert
II. Lattimnre, James N, Herron,
fame* Fugua, Randolph Cham
, !viu in 1 rt, Sta ley Morris,
Lewi* Ealey, Paul Ldwards,
11,11111.1s 11. Curd, Walter Johnson,
lame* Gooch, George W, White,
1 11 S. Jackson, and George
Smith (52 1
j
British Steamei (Tug) "Jucaro"
from St Michaels bound to Havana
arrived this morning for coal and
water,
Th Mail Steamer "Esperanza"
arrived in New York Sunday night
10 o'clock.
GOVERNMENT NOTICES.
ed thiee months vacation leave.
Mr A. K, 1 ilc lias l>......app iiii
Vet n_; [nspectoi of Schoolii.
I". \. C Duncombe Esq.Commi>-
r .(ill Division has b( en pi
irge Exuma District.
rin- ^resign ition of Mr. J bi
11 l.ightbourn, J'. Clerk in ili;
I > pi, of Auditor of Public \r.
counts has been hcci pted,
W. T. Cleare Esej., ton '1 l
k \n Iros Isl'd lias bet n grant-
ed an extension of leave of aba 1
to the 20th January.
The resignation of ' >rlandn I
I'riK haul Esq as a iiieml'.i '
Marine Products Board has bei n
accepted.
|. Ronald Young and John
Butler, I squiies, have been ap-
pointed members of i lie Marine
Products Board.
William J. I'mder Esq. M. L. A
I is been spp tinted Chairman of
the N aiine Products Board,
Mi. George !l Thompson,
k)1 master Colonel Hill, Crook-
ed Island, accompanied by Mrs.
Thompson and infant, arrived ves
terday from Palmetto Point, Eleu
the 1, and will leave in a lew dayj
f-jr Cro iked Island.
C VBLEGRAMS.
Mr. Harold Darant Bascombe
has I)--u appointed a Tidewniter
vice Mr. C U, Rigby retired.
I 1 e 11 tignation ol Mr, H. O.
Clutsam, Second Clerk, Post Office
Department has been accepted
George Cole,' Esq. I. S. O., In-
spector of schools has been grant-
January 6th 1913.
London, 4. Alleged fear of Irish-
American influence on the project*
ed Irish parliament was urged by
Earl Winteiton in the house of
1 ominous tins afternoon as a rea-
son for amending the home rule
hill, so as to prevent the Irish par-
liament from passing resolutions on
subjects upon which it is to he for-
bidden to legislate. Earl Winter*
tonand twootherUnionist members
1 (intended that during a time of
crisis the Irish parliament could
adopt resolutions which would
greatly endanger the inteiests of
Great Britain and it might even
send a representative to Washing-
ton. Augustus Birrell, Chief Se-
cretary for Ireland, and John 1 >i 1
Ion, opposed the amendment, which
was defeated bp 279 against 154.
Washington, 4.Miss Violet As-
ijuiih, daughter of the prime min-
ister of Great Britain, and Lady
1


TIlF.
fRIBUNl
I I Maria, Couni \
Arrived here today tulip thegtMStl
for a few days oi the British Am-
dor and Mis, Bryce.
New York, 4. -Gre it Britain to-I
day delivered to his countrymen I
body of Whitelaw Reid. The '
British cruiser Natal brought the
body home and tonight it lies in I
the Cathedral of St. John the Di-1
vine,
. President Taft, dignitarios from
the army and navy and represent,!- |
tives of foreign powers will attend
the funeral there tomorrow.
London, 4,- Although the word
"Ultimatum was not pronounced,
what practice lly was an ultimatum
was presented to Turkey at today's
sitting of the \ eai e confi n n e on
behalf of the Balkan allii 1
Turkey must find B v. to |re-
nounce to the Balkan allies net
rights over the. bland ol Crete,
cede the Islands in the Aegean Sea
and present .1 rectification of the
frontier of European Turkey which
would include Adrianople in the
teiritory of the allies, or the allies
would consider that further 1
tiations for peace were us
Here Theyure Again.
4 ONLY of ti ose 1 xt ,1 Large
Willow Rot kers at r8s., Large
Enamel Dish Pans > size at is (>d.,
Tin Dish Pans 6d. and qd. e.i h,
Enamel Chambers 1 l '.. Enamel
Pots Od. and is., Rn 7',d. to as., Coffee Pots is, {<
Kettles is. 6d Deep Pans 3d.,
Enamel Pans .pi., Hound Pans id.
and 3d., Pretty Nei klaces 3d, and
6d A few Pounds Push Marsh-
mallows is. lb.
PURCH \S\ DAT Arc I ION.
Assorted Colors Feather l.dge
la., Collar Supporters 1' I. cai I,
\i i b C >rd Ti imming 1 ',,: yd., All
k 1 mis I'm t tons, Hooks and Py< 1
card, White and Blai k I
Lining 3d, yd., I I loth or
coarse Brown Cotton ijd. yd., 25
Wide Rim Mens Hats al is., Mens
Extra good White and Colil.Shirts,
, is. d, I 1 I 1 Grej and Cn am
Swe it( rsan I Singlets 1 .j l Ladies
Singlets I
DONT FORGET.
We always keep Fresh Yeast
t' ikes on hind 3 for I 1
KNICK KNACK STORE.
Sou the 1 n C01.King and Market Sts.
London, 4. The pp*nct of im
posing taxes on food imported in-
to the British Pies, put forward by
some of the leaders in the hou
ted such hi ipli >s
diss ilutions in the Uoii nists party
as to render almost certain tlie
retention of power by the Lil
government for the two years m
sary to overcome 'he resistai
the house nl lords for the hou.- rule
bill. On the other hand the wrang
les among the Unionists, afford some
temptation to th it to
make an pppeal 1 the 1 ounti y on
the chance -,f coming back to
power w ith an incn asi d m jority.
'1 his, however, is a 1 e of
action wine has little likolihood of
being sanctioned by the members
of the liish Nationalist party
because it would del iy the passage
ol the home rule b.ll and would
even rUStbe return of the Unionists
to office, thus shelving home rule
altogether.
The chances now appear to bfl
that the ministers will decide
insi a disi lution of p irliament
and will push on their legislative
programme.
London, 4.James Hamilton,
rid Duke ol Abercorn,
died here this aften oon of pneu-
monia.
.
Fop Sale or Rent.
TIIOSE desirable premises at
Nicolls Town, tndrot Island.
Suitable for Outfitting or the pur
chase of Sponge,
For particul trs ai ply to
PHii.ip ,\. TRECO
PASSAGE
BY "I RANCES E."
to Miams will be I EN I" M.I \RS
Childn n -13 years and u
Childn- 1 J years and undi 1 S4.
(Notice.
( Ifni h "1 ranees I "
|'iJ P.is- Bnv street.
Nassau, N. P.
Jan ISt, 1913
EMPLOY-
MENT
For Every and Any one
and
All the Time
on our sisal Plantations dovtn
W. -1.
Satisfactory earnings can be made,
if work is pursue.: steadily and
indusl 1 i<
Most of the work is bj the job or
contract, I louses to accomi 1
those who wish to lesid,' there.
Small COttagei f"l Men and llieit
ami 111 providi 11 on the plant it ion
X( NE NEE D BE IDLE
1 io there and th* I- ield Superintend*
' Qtl Will put von to w 01 k
I 'mis, and Implei used.
|. S. JOHNSON t O.
Nassau. N. P
THE SEASONS LYRIC.
' "CHRISTMAS IS HERI "
Words by M C. Christie, Music bv
' F. J. Christie.
Sold by J. CANCINO
'1 Building, Bav Street
PRICE -ONE SHILLING.
EXPERIENCE
brings conviction. Millions
of housewives are daily
using Sunlight Soap. *tf
To them the fact that it is
the best has passed beyond
the region of argument. It
has become an experience.
SUNLIGHT
Hi
SOA1
TRY TIIF.
si m 11.in
* w X > *
Remember
If you are thinking of building B
bouse, that we will sell for the
next >. 1, |f ,f No 1
r 1 orii ft, Siding nd half inch
ceMint; Bt
is. .|d. Per too Feet SPOTCASH
Yen will not have h chance like
this (or some time to come as the
Mill will be Matting up on tin- 15th
and from then on wi n ill I e carry-
ing our usual stoi k of No 1 |
of lumber ol all
NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY.
We desire t 1 thank you
for your kind pat-
ronage during tqia and to wish
oui customer^, one and all, the; best
"! tliincs for 1913, W'e 1 an
ire you that as we have tried to
please you in the past, so w will
do in the futureand sincerely hope
f' ii a share of yi iui custom,
THE BAHAMAS TIMB1 R
COMPANY, LIMITED,
ARTHUR B. SUTTON
N'o.'io East Stieet. Manager
A
WANTED
good stei ograpber. Good Sal.
try paid.
Appl v at 'fliee of
THE BAH VMAS I IMl'.ER
COMPANY, LIMITED.
Notice of Removal.
W ILLIAMS' BAH \MIAN Sim
STORE.
' I "HE business known as W'il-4
I liam's Bahamian Shoe Stort
313 Bay St. under the nffii 1 -
Messrs ft. II. Sayer A Co. is b
ing removed to those mon common
dious premises a few doors below
its present occupation and lately
lased by E, W. T. Mi Phersori
it .'77, 279 Hay St. under th
.hi e f.
WJI.LIAMS1
WHO! F.SALE AND RETAIL
SHOE l-.S'l M'd.I-sllMLJPsT.
The store is filled up with al
the modtii improvements of ai
up-to-date Shoe Store on a larg^
- .lie ,mil the business will 1)0 COO
ducted with very much more fad
lity ,nd convenience to patronses
p. cally than heretofore,
A largesupplyof rRAVELLIM<
rRUNKS, BAGS, DRESS SIT
CASES, VALISES AND SAT
CHELS will sti'l be kept on h.n
as a side line.
The Wholes tie pepnrtmnnt is >
addition to the business in the lie
location and distributer! or smal
dealers in the line will do well t
visit this Department and questic
prices before placing their orde
broad or purchasing elsewhi re
This i P-TO-DATE SHO
S IOU1-. will be opened f< r inspei
lion to the public at any time al
ler the ist Jany. 1013, anil for bus!
iness on about 15th mst With
Hand of Music in attendance intl
aft' rnooii and evening of that da I
Wild IAMS'
w HOLESAI E \ND RE 1 Ml,
siK IE ESTAB1 ISHMENT.
277 and 279 May St.
X.i isau N. P.
,


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