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The Tribune TUKSDAY JAN. 7, 1913. We .11 not 1 1 1 that the latest news concerning British parti* s 1that the Unionists are in a bad way over the fiscal questii >n. ["here are large numbers ol I nionist Free traders in the industrial distrii ts <>f Lancashire and Yorkshire and in Scotland and we have no rloubt that the pai ty org inizi have baen quietly tell ng I leaders tin I the ri ar %  lariff on foodstuffs, how evei small. \ nuld be enough to nun Unionist prospei ts tin u next general 1.1' %  1 Two antagonist^ forces are ai w n k in the Union ist camp. I in the one I and arc Midland Manufacturers who believe in Proi tion, with the I I .( lass who 1 >k to Tarifl Reform to 1 fin from furthei Radii al i tion; on the nth 1 hand are Northern Manufacturers who believe in F If. and know that their em| loyei have the same mind. 11 make matters worse, the p< 1-' wal ri\ alries engendered by the re nation of Mr. Balfour and the chi lice of a suci essor d appear to he dead Mr. B Law iias come into a hard heritage, and is to be pitied. But, apai I From Tory disagrei ments, we have believed that the gov eminent is, undei ordinar) 1 mditions, good for anotlier two yi ars. VVe noti< e that 1 graini 'I Mr. Keir Hardie, who does not lovi Lib ralism, said lately that it was an open Se 1 last August that the Go< ernment was we.,is. VVe presume that the unpopularit) of the In surance Act, together with two strikes and tlic task of pushing through three big bills in an autumn session, led t<> tins fi el ing of pessimism, dr. Ken-1 lar die now hi in ves, howet er, that the governmi nt has weather >-'l t the storm and is good for two years more. VVe have read With deep interest an ai tide by Mr. Philip Snowden, anothei Socialist M. P., which points out that since the government started their forward p"li' y they have gained a great many votes that had lutliei to been available for the Labour candidates, he says that before the [906 Election the Labi >ur Part gained majorities in three byelections over Unionists and Liberalsaad that tin same thing IBU N E happened at three I \ lections in thetwo years following thai general Election. Hut be \ i it as significant that sin* e the Lloyd George Budget 11 hour Party lias not gain single seat from the Liberals ii a three cornered fight. Mi Snowden's waj ,f accounting for tins phenomenon is as fol lows' "I lie revival 1 >f I iberalism through having carried out what is at the best a vi ry mil* and moderate soci d reform pr >, gramme conveys the lesson that the working classes are In be hed not l>\ revolutionary appeals, l>\ dramatic exhibi tions, by doet rinai re lli^o I. II! I)\ 1 do som '• 11 i'ii >s to have an 1 nn d 1 1 u| M 111 1 heir o mdilii >ns 1 il life ami labour." In Mr. Joseph Chamberlain's Radical days hi could not get Mr. < il idstone to the need of Social R 'form legislation, but he I 11 your 1 1 ration, a long in was Mr. Lloj 1! ( ie >rg ave taken up the | ropa ganda in his p| 1 [,,re earn had swept h im in an oppositi left hind Ii s that lun e ived I .iberalis 11 ami lifted lot of the] Last nighl in the 11< wse ii disc ussing tin ni itii HI-, 1 read ond timp, to refei to Si Committi e, ti 1 read this lav --IN 1. onths, HI the lnt< xicnting Liquors Bill, s nn en riti! the trail: w re \h Cole r) i'ii'. 1 I rd i ty o f enacting a quart bottle a sale ti ion, also I the licence ; 1 si II • im and malt liquors under a wholi .. ,| m this great Licencein Nn I list i 1-. picture ,,, be exhibited at the %  '• is unfair to 1 Special Royal on Fridaj evening, and tho'si hava not read 01 DETERMINATION IS THE CHIEF FACTOR IN" SUCCESS. It is the determination to succeed in spite of the lack of advantage I il isat the root ;1! „I ; ... ,,f 1 very su a I it is bi LUS of this 1 u t th il op at tli of evei nn. e"is much that n besaid, ith, of the power and i B fl U( heredity, through which in n and women are cursed I ,, MIS by thi father* 01 blest by their v .j rtu 1 heredity itsell nn it furnish cord '1 n 1 enough to the hands of the man or woman who is determined I,. 1.eit. Ihe stuttering Demosthenes became the worlds Slartin Luther, a miner's son, in thedayswhen tobe kingwas all, and I nothing, became the most influential man in I 1 ope. ew Carnegie, taken from school at the age "I < s to 1 arn Ins 1.111 \ bread, has lived to giveaway $140,1 ,000, that others ducational ndvantagi thai were deni* dhim. I ;,,,.... iordon Bennett, founder and editoi of the Neu York 11, ,; I one of the few literary men ol the United States v ver been able t pay histiebts, failed five times before B u t nen had determination thai thing. It is worth 1 1 all the othei adva'ntagi s of the world orubinefflj Walton 'k'l %  1111; li.nl bee 1 elei led. Mr. Y.iung beinu pn sen' was ,•-( %  • %  { iii k s desk by Mi-.'s .1' I' 11 aii'l Aiiilrri>n an I some animated distook the necessary oaths, an.) lhf Mr. Sands seeondcil by Mr. Culiner above Mess ami I I'TH i -its we rden d to be j.i in ted. Prew nl : Hon. G. II. Gambhn, Messrs, Weech. Cole and Mnseley, ( ) nlrrs in Council, Ri ferring t<> pension of II. L. Ri 1 vt 1 and Rules made undei street inns.nice Act, pn ented by I Ion. [. P. sands and 1,ml upon tiit table. Mr. Bethel pn icnted %  petition from the widow of the late Frank 11 w 110 ,1 ,,f 1 >r, Nicola's experienin riiibet should not miss tinopportunity offered hi 1 j 11. )\. ii (USE OF ASSEMBLY. Monday Evening (ah. Jan. 1913. I I Im -. 11, -t at 7 30. Hon. F. A. Holmes, I smith, signalman asking tor \l u Spe .ker, lions. |. P. Sands, gratuity, upon our J W. i:.i i.e., and Dr. G. H. On motiono'Mrrlethel secondPnliee Fore* and aauT that a M-hnson: Mews, Malcolm, Deputj ed by Mr. Anderson ordered that "" V" '. '"", U I | -,.,:,, ivthel, Evans, Anderson, the petition be printed. bundle., fuel wood at In d'o, , 1 ., ,„ \, ,, ,,,;,,,. v Sol,.mo,,, On motion 'l Mr. GnmWin and a poll, email near hand WMI xu ury |,.!„,s<>.,, I. Culmer, Unec, seconded by Mr. E.V. Solon t in j a sure sign of illicit selling. I he I lUf ry , n ,| \ R, Solomon. rol.ee should not permit sueh j | ||( spe.ik.-r reported that a a stigma to stand against them. „ n l ,,( election fH the Eastern Now, how far tliis is true we |), S |rict had been returned by cannot say, but we think from | which it appears (hat Mr. Leon petition ol Helena Araoha was referred ma Selei r < orattnittee. On motion ol Mr. A. K. Solomon seconded by Mr. Ci. M. Cole the petition "f the inhabitants nf



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T THE PRIM!" \ Hii|i Town !> %  '(('iu<; for a Librar) was refcned to n Select Commit tee as fellows:— Messrs A K Solomon, Cole, J. W. Culmer, \\ i rcli, and Moseley. Mr. Sar.ds was granted leave to introduce ayjjill to prpvt-nt tumult and riotous assemblies; rn motion of Mr. Sindtseconded by Mr. J. W. Culmer, the hill was L ie.nl a first tiin--. I > ivi' WAS granted Mr. Sands to introduce a Bill relating toMonej lending. On motion oi Mr. Sands seconded by Mr J. W. Culmer the bill was read a first time. On motion rf \lt. Sands si ed bj Mr. Culmer 'tie |wo al o\ mentioned l>ills were ordered to I a printed, Mi. Sands moved and Mr. I \Y. Culmer seconded the Secqi read nig of A. Mil I to consolidate and amend the laws to regulati the sale of Intoxicating Liquors. Mr. ( ole seconded by Mi. Bowi a mov< d as an amendment that the Bill he referred to a Select Committee. Mr. Brice sweondrd by Mr. T. Culmer moved as a further amendment that the Bill be read this day MX months, Messrs K. V. Solomon, Albury and Ivans spoke in favour of a Select Committee anil Mr. Gamin favour of the second reading. OP the second amendment l>n 8. TAMING OF BU( K l owlioy picture. Brumnu I. Vaudeville act, Excursion in N01 way, II. Bl-.MFAC I RESS beautiful Drama. Pi 1 es same as usual. Dont fail lo see FRIDAY) our Rf II II\ I IkK entitled "THE MYSTERY OF A LAMA l ONVEN I or Dr. Nicola's trip to the forbidden City in Thibet this is a rare chance 10 see luch a nteresting Storj in Motion pictures Boi Seats secured in advance| Here They re A gain. 4 INLY of tl ose Extra Large Willow Rockers at 18s., Large Enamel Dish Pans as, size at is6d., Tin Dish Pans 6d. and gd. each, Enamel 1 hambers is. 6d., Enamel Pots 6d. and is., Enamel Basins 7-Jd. to js., Coffee Pots is, Tea Kettles is. 6d„ Deep Pans 3d., Enamel Bans 4 I., Round Pans 2d. and 3d., Pretty Necklaces 3d. and 6d A few Bounds Fresh Marshmall' o.is. lb, PUR( M *SED AT Al'C riON. Assorted Colors Feather Edge la., Collar Supporters ijd. card, Neck Cord Tlimmiog iJcl yd., All kinds Buttons, Hooks and Eyes ijd. card, White and Black Caledonia Lining 3d. yd., Cheese Cloth or coarse Brown Cotton ij-d. yd., 25 Wide Run Mens Hats at is., Mens Extra good White and Cold.Shirts, is. 6d, Large Orey and Cream Sweatersand Singlets is.jd., Ladies Singlets 6d. DONT FORGET. We always keep Fresh Yeasi Cakes on hand 3 for 1 cent. KNICK KNACK STORE. Southern Cor.King and Market Sts. Don't Wear a Truss! SFTER THIRTY Yt UBS' I B*MRK~i I MUVE PRODUCED AN API J4.NCt" >oK MEN. WOMEN OR CHILDREN .-i'. I Cl RES RUPIURE. I SEND IT ON TRIAL If you have tried most everything else, come 1.1 n then fail is where I bav< ico •-. Send attached c ip ind 1 will •end you, free, on Rupture and 1 ihow ing my Appliance ami ind names <.( many 1 ', ive tried it and are exm n it instant relief whi it nil 'lien: I Ri nembi r, I u no liarnets, no lies, *-v his Wife THE SEASONS LYRIC. "CHRISTMAS IS HERE." Words by II. C. Christie, Music bv F. J. Christie. Sold by J. C A NCI NO Weecb Building. Bay Street. PRICE—ONE SI III.LINO. Tha abow it C. t. Br. I make it to jro tona 01 money re! solowthtttiinybo'ly 1 send it on tn.v is true. You are the seen my Dlastl b€ as enthusiastic n tltDtt WtlOM IttL OD! FREE COUPO). hi }'.*" bn Curing .. II RupuV. %  i lend %  it 11 • oar %  •a nl 1 will %  etlOW MID POST lOO/ty • %  I -, I FREE INFORMATION COUPON <". 1:. BROOKS, urn Murslijill. Mi S. A. PIM*' Mnd me by poet, In plaii n ipptr, your IlIuMnitrd 1 Boi Inl iltottloil ubout yi.urApplium. I • 'rupture Nunr Bast 1 %  1 '' • mi: Magazine Fact • more fiiK( Inntlnif ihnn Fiction "WRITTMl SO YOU CAM UK.I.I-.IU IT" A GREAT Conlinu.d Slory ..f th.World's Proarau Whfa h roil reading tl any time, and which v..I hold .our interest forever, is running in Popular Mechanics Magazine Are you reading it ? Two n Moot of people are, and il is HM (irorll HI h pimtreasivr readers in South as well aa in Nt rrh Amen, a It appeals to all claaaea-'dd ind yi.uim—man ana wonit-nthose who know and those who want to know. 2(0 POe CACH MONTH iOO fICTU 200 ARTICLU Of U-. .1 IIAI Niimir The "Shop Not as" Di-; I shot ri pairs, etc. "Amateur Mechanic." how to make Mission furniture, etiuines. magic, and all the things a ooy loves By mall, per year $2.00 (OoM WRIT! POM nit SAMPLI COPY TODAY POPULAR MECHANICS <<>. 31ft W W..hlntnn si I ill\(.ll # m 1 and Mc Wishes to tell you How She Stove Her Husband's Drink By all Means Write to Her and Learn how She til-! it. For over 20 rean J:imcs Andet oa of 91S Elm Are., Hulburn, N. Y., was a very hard drinker. I! !. % % %  %  one, I hUwin n little boRM, I 1. i in pit -.\ hi li iimcli to • ed hii '' %  that reipoaV %  I happy tried ii on her brother tad sevibova It •.. .fnl in • v: ne of then hu touched. tlrnpnfi.-n\ at iijtior since. She now withes' everyone drunkenness in their homes to try this simple remedy for the f. 1 II will do at miii-li for others :\ it} I r her. If can he given secretly i! Ithout cost she will gladly tnd willii fly tell you what it is. All you have > rite IK r a letter asking her limv 1 her hush..nd of drinking and she will reply hy return mail in a sealed envelope. As she has nothing to atfl do not send her monev. Simply send a letter with all confidence to Mrs. Margaret Anderson at the addrett given above, taking cats to write your name and full address plainly. (We tarntit.'y a.lviie rvtry one of our mill's ii-ho nviihcs to curt a Jiar line rf drunkenness to awril* to thit luJy today. Her offer ii a lucfc one.) USE OF Typewriter LEARN TO BE A STENOGRAPHER BOOKKEEPER SALESMAN FOR PARTICULARS WRITE BROWN'S HOME STUDY SCHCOt EIGHTH AND PINE. SI. LOUIS, Mr



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fHE Slates knew as yet wlio was going to lie in liis cabinet, or uhat would be 'he programme he would suggest lor the next conpri --. He declared that he had not offei ed a single cabinet portfolio to ..n.i.iif thus far anil had as yel n 11 lied no conclusions as to exl plans for tlie extra session. London, 5 — The London miming papers are heartily pleat d with president Taft's declaration of his intention to submit tl>e Panama Canal controversy with Great Britain to arbitration if diplomatic negotiations should fail. The Daily Mail say-: If the senate Follows President Taft's lead the Panama question is as good as settled. London, 5. — The general situation has ameliorated and the dangei of a rupture of the peace negotiations tonmorrow seems to he averted throughJTurkey making fresh concessions winch will enable the allies to enjoy a holiday during the Festivities in connection with the orthodox Christmas. TIK' efforts of the powers appear to be successful on both sides. Washington, 5.—The first stage in the programme for downward revision of the tariff promised by the Democratic party will be entered upon tomorrow when the house of representatives will Formally open the doors to the American public for discussion of tariff rates, protection to industries and concessions to the "Ultimate consumer." For Sale OP Rent. r HOSE desirable premises at Nicolls Town, Andros 1-1 md. Suitable for Outfitting or the purchase of Sponge. For particulars apply to PHILIP A. I RECO. EMPLOYMENT For Every and Any one and All the Time 00 our Sisal Plantations down Wesi. Satisfactory earnings can be made, if work is pursued steadily and industriously Most of the work is by the job or contract. Mouses to accomodate those who wish to reside there. Small cottages for Men and their •mil ies provided on the plantation NONE NEED BE IDLE Go there and the Field Superintend, ents will put you to work Tools, and Implements fumised |. S. JOHNSON CO. Nassau, N. P Remember I f you are thinking of building 1 ; In iuse. 1 hat we ill swll For the next week .1 fair grade • f V> 3 Flooring, Siding and haII inch •celling HI Bs. 1 Per 100 I! SPOT C \*H j You ill not h.i\e a 1 li uii •• I ike 1 this loi s' 'in1 one 1 %  1 coine n 1 he | i Mill will he >| it K up0111 1 1 lh ; and from 1 len on w e w II te cm ry. ing our n-M l stock of \'o 1 grade 1 of iumbei 1 1 ill SIZI s NOW Il HE TIME TO HUY. We --ire to 1 h.i-ik you for \ our kind pa tronage during 191a to wish out cus'omeis, one and all, the v-t ol good ihinvs f"r 1913, We ran assure vou 1 hat as we have tried 1 please you in the past, so u mill do in he future and sine* for a share nf \ oui custom, THE r.\n\\l\> TIMBER I ( iMl'WV. I IMI I ED, AW 1 Hl'R I'.. SU I ION N'o. 10 East Stiei I, Mam 1 PASSAGE BY "FRANt KS E." to Mi ims \s II be I EN l)( >l.l ARS Children -ia j ears and under l hildrea 5 year and under f \. Subject in change wi hout Notice, 1 Ifiice "f 1.mi i'I" V)2 I as! I'.nv street. Nassau, N. P., Jan. 1st. 1913 Oranges. W I I 11 1 o days not ice, n supply of the finest qualit) of chin.. or.1 nues can he landed in Nassau for one pound per thousand, I'roni 50 to 200 thousand can be handled 111 that time. Purchasers will pay the freight, Ordeis with cash to be sent t-> James A. Lowe, Bluff Eleuthera through John W. Low.' (Tailor) Nasssu N. P, neai Alpha Hotel. Natives or Foteigners purchasing and wish to have the fruit packed here, can have 11 done as we have qualified packers who have run packing houses for several years (jiving perfect satisfaction. Expenses for wrapping and p.ickmg to hedefrayed by purchasers, I AMI.S A. LOWE. \l/r. would inform all who appreciate a Good Smoke twt we now VV have on hand in extensive Slock of HAVANA CIGARS. We guaraut Ui Inmid to be made of the finest Havana and Sumatra Wrap| ers, 1 11H I lav n H Kill* is throughout rhese Cigars are nianufactured on ou premises b* -killed workmen, nnd great pai 111 • %  ui pro tide <•( superior quality. The sucr.es* we ha vi net with m 1 1 ently to expect the pal ion ive nl ronnoisi 111 S, J I. s\l MDERS A Co. Bay Street \\ I you 1 old sofas tnd L hit .r : re-canea %  iuaranteed. XPPM GIOT BETHEL CH\S %  \l id'in cr 'Tribune' Office. Dynamite. F! A I" \i \: ^11 MI 1 11 r>\ -in • DEWARS 'WHITE LABEL WHISKY %  -.? • : Cheap and Good. ; I POLISH m ) VOU CAN i WITH THE UTIIOS1 CONFIDENCE Among* the Families of STOUT 5 > ~ QJ Q £ O — V) fa MEUXS Light and Nourishing > T! z 0 c r~ t3 t0 0 SB 0 X < O S THR OLDEST \MD ALWAYS HAS THE I.FAD For Result Adveptisd in The "Tribune"



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•4 CD > B & 3 V) $ a o CD THE T UME J al ius iddictttS jurare ir. vcr'::i 7.Zo.^zir) RMKO inlJNIi lOSWIMR IOI.IIDOG 4 AS < iF MI MASTER, VOL X Mas'&u N. P., Bahama* Tuesday January 7, 1913 No. 29 I'd IM i t I v t\.r PKM ;i 11.1' II Mi .i\ — I HI--. I i I l| i U< *u '•atllllllO -. /I. i<| V,-.'.. 1 I i.. 4.1 I 4. i|a" V )'•,! %  V I'" lY V I'.I.(• IV X <\ \ %  i I \t\VK SlI jii-.u r I .•! line fni >i -: i 'i. • i line %  • %  prniu IIM i \ *artisementi mi lei ••> %  i' I i %  K ii'l %  i y In'' J i -. 1.1 spare fur me—II you have le.ui to shed, hat I have suffered -keep thrm j tint, I pray, I 'ntiI I hear ii"t, see nut, being de If you have flowers to give (a ii lil) White row, d i idow st I I i %  M iwn I II II Hiii-'-.ik"1 — let tlinn Smile ;iti iminion nl l. an !,,. 1 -if oicnrs 1 V IS' i'\ oidmarv iiisstateinent of fan. I 11 • Mi-11HH 11Min n MI questio 1 jeS 'Ii it HI the va I I IIU t al ships vere laid down ill < iii'.it Hi it tin, and I WO "I vided hy 1I1 • immonW'alll Vustra'ifl and the Doiniiijnii nl \i /. %  ' l.'i:i !, 1.'. •| livel . a total ol The f.iii is, ,(i.i 1 ling in tin' Navy Etimatei themselves, that four capita I ~li ::>. and no mure. %  Inf 1.1" n in the financial l .to. Ii lie : — II" i"'i|. .II-, laid down |uly 1.3 nf tincurrent e>tim • f"lie? Hercules, laid down July 3 'I : ,, |,|i. joa. of the cmn tit c-i mates, 1 Iiu' iiu : 1 l low r Nov 29th, 1900, fp| '.,' %  7 ul the curri nl i'slitn Ite*, The Lion, I lid down Nov. 29th, 1909 p| 1 I98-9 of 111' 1 rut tent es| imates, It is to he presumed that the Memorandum is intended torfer to the fii HI cial ye 11 ; but even if the actual year ("iqoQ"J itself be intended, only two can be added tithe four I se two ire the ships belonging tn the pri > fl>i 1 lime of the G n inn il year 19 8-9, namely: I'luNeptune, laid down January 19th, 19 The 1 defatiirahle, laid down February 13rd, 9 1 Even tf the Admiralty, by a departure from all rec-i ed cus!• n. iiu lude these two last mentinned ships, amotigst the capital vessels, laid down "In 1909", the total would be six—not ton. Let tne now revert to llie financial year 10,09-10. I have ilreadysaid >I1.1t in the financial year only four ships were in fact laid down. None of the four''contingent or "extra" Dreadnoughts of 1909-10 M <• I iid down in the financial year 1909-10 They were all laid down in the following financial yea* 10,10-11. The "Monarch" was laid down on April tst 1910, the "Conqueror" on April jth roin, the Thunderer" on April 13th 1910, and the "Princess Royal" on May 2nd 1910. (Current Estimates, pp. 204-5, J0J -3 202-3, esp • I elv, \. 1 ,1 iii"New Zeal in l" and the '• \uti ilia" which the Mem >nates to hn 1 en "pro .,. i 1 I \ 1 v s 11 faci 1 id dow n until June l Yours Faithful ). ROWLAND HI NT. Ch 1 innan 'if • he h x •• uli\ e %  unit tec, Imoei ial M 111 II,'. CAULECN VMS. January 7th 1913. N'ew York, President Taft decl.iied himself in favour of arbitra* linit the deputed Panama Canal mattei in event pending negotiation between the two countries fail in bunging iiboni a Mttlement, I his A as the firsi public declaration of the p -1 lent regarding his attitude toward the question, He waa speaking .'it the luncheon given ahis hnnoui by the international I i ai e forum. New York, 6.—At hast three deaths and ipproximateiy $jCO, OOo properly damage resulted from las> nights eighty mile gale which swept New York vicinity. Newport News, 6.— Eight surviworj of the steamer "Julia Lucken* bacn" rammed and sunk in Chesapeake W.tv early yesterday by the Pri 1 idi tramp llaraquallaf?) arrived here today and told bow sixteen of their numb"! lad gone down without a < ha 1 ice for life. A cording to the survivors, Captain %  her and 1 lie first and Second officers were standing on the bridge when the collision occur ed. Mew York, 6.—The body of Whitelaw Reid was carried to day to its last resting place at Tarry town. President Taft, Cabinet officers, representatives 01 army and navy, of the British Embassy and hundreds nl frienda of the Late Amj bassador attended the funeral. Princeton, New Jersey, 5.—President elect Wilson tonight made it clear that nobody in the United (/Continued on fourth page.)


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to the fii hi cial ye 11 ; but even if
the actual year ("iqoQ"J itself be
intended, only two can be added ti-
the four
I se two ire the ships belong-
ing tn the pri>fl>i 1 lime of the G
n inn il year 19 8-9, namely:
I'lu- Neptune, laid down Jan-
uary 19th, 19
The 1 defatiirahle, laid down
February 13rd, 9 1
Even tf the Admiralty, by a
departure from all rec-i ed cus-
! n. iiu lude these two last men-
tinned ships, amotigst the capital
vessels, laid down "In 1909", the
total would be sixnot ton.
Let tne now revert to llie financial
year 10,09-10. I have ilreadysaid
>I1.1t in the financial year only four
ships were in fact laid down.
None of the four''contingent or
"extra" Dreadnoughts of 1909-10
m < I iid down in the financial
year 1909-10 They were all laid
down in the following financial
yea* 10,10-11. The "Monarch"
was laid down on April tst 1910,
the "Conqueror" on April jth
roin, the Thunderer" on April
13th 1910, and the "Princess Roy-
al" on May 2nd 1910. (Current
Estimates, pp. 204-5, J0J-3 202-3,
esp I elv,
\. 1 ,1 iii- "New Zeal in l" and
the ' \uti ilia" which the Mem >-
nates to hn 1 en "pro
.,. i 1 I \ 1
v s 11 faci 1 id dow n until June
l
Yours Faithful ).
ROWLAND HI NT.
Ch 1 innan 'if he h x uli\ e
unit tec,
Imoei ial M 111 ii,'.
CAULECN VMS.
January 7th 1913.
N'ew York, President Taft de-
cl.iied himself in favour of arbitra*
linit the deputed Panama Canal
mattei in event pending negotiat-
ion between the two countries fail
in bunging iiboni a Mttlement,
I his a as the firsi public declara-
tion of the p -1 lent regarding his
attitude toward the question, He
waa speaking .'it the luncheon given
a- his hnnoui by the international
I i ai e forum.
New York, 6.At hast three
deaths and ipproximateiy $jCO,
OOo properly damage resulted from
las> nights eighty mile gale which
swept New York vicinity.
Newport News, 6. Eight survi-
worj of the steamer "Julia Lucken*
bacn" rammed and sunk in Chesa-
peake W.tv early yesterday by the
Pri 1 idi tramp llaraquallaf?) arrived
here today and told bow sixteen of
their numb"! lad gone down with-
out a < ha 1 ice for life.
A cording to the survivors,
Captain ' her and 1 lie first and
Second officers were standing on
the bridge when the collision occur
ed.
Mew York, 6.The body of White-
law Reid was carried to day to its
last resting place at Tarry town.
President Taft, Cabinet officers,
representatives 01 army and navy,
of the British Embassy and hun-
dreds nl frienda of the Late Am- j
bassador attended the funeral.
Princeton, New Jersey, 5.Pres-
ident elect Wilson tonight made it
clear that nobody in the United
(/Continued on fourth page.)


The Tribune
TUKSDAY JAN. 7, 1913.
We .11 not 1 1 1 that the
latest news concerning British
parti* s 1- that the Unionists are
in a bad way over the fiscal
questii >n. ["here are large num-
bers ol I nionist Free traders in
the industrial distrii ts <>f Lan-
cashire and Yorkshire and in
Scotland and we have no rloubt
that the pai ty org inizi
have baen quietly tell ng I
leaders tin I the ri ar lariff on
foodstuffs, how evei small. \ nuld
be enough to nun Unionist
prospei ts tin u next gen-
eral 1.1' 1...... Two antagonist^
forces are ai w n k in the Union
ist camp. I in the one I and arc
Midland Manufacturers who
believe in Proi tion,
with the I I .( lass who
1 >k to Tarifl Reform to
1 fin from furthei Radii al
i tion; on the nth 1 hand are
Northern Manufacturers who
believe in F If. and
know that their em| loyei have
the same mind. 11 make
matters worse, the p< 1-' wal ri-
\ alries engendered by the re
nation of Mr. Balfour and
the chi lice of a suci essor d
appear to he dead Mr. B
Law iias come into a hard heri-
tage, and is to be pitied. But,
apai I From Tory disagrei ments,
we have believed that the gov
eminent is, undei ordinar) 1 m-
ditions, good for anotlier two
yi ars. VVe noti< e that 1
graini 'I Mr. Keir Hardie, who
does not lovi Lib ralism, said
lately that it was an open Se 1
last August that the Go<
ernment was we.,is. VVe presume
that the unpopularit) of the In
surance Act, together with two
strikes and tlic task of pushing
through three big bills in an
autumn session, led t<> tins fi el
ing of pessimism, dr. Ken-1 lar
die now hi in ves, howet er, that
the governmi nt has weather
>-'lt the storm and is good for
two years more. VVe have read
With deep interest an ai tide by
Mr. Philip Snowden, anothei
Socialist M. P., which points
out that since the government
started their forward p"li' y
they have gained a great many
votes that had lutliei to been
available for the Labour candi-
dates, he says that before the
[906 Election the Labi >ur Part
gained majorities in three by-
elections over Unionists and
Liberalsaad that tin same thing
IBU N E
happened at three I \ lections
in thetwo years following thai
general Election. Hut be \ i
it as significant that sin* e the
Lloyd George Budget 11
hour Party lias not gain
single seat from the Liberals ii
a three cornered fight. Mi
Snowden's waj ,f accounting
for tins phenomenon is as fol
lows' "I lie revival 1 >f I iberal-
ism through having carried out
what is at the best a vi ry mil*
and moderate soci d reform pr >- ,
gramme conveys the lesson that
the working classes are In be !
hed not l>\ revolutionary
appeals, l>\ dramatic exhibi
tions, by doet rinai re lli^o
, I.II! I)\
1 do som ' 11 i'ii >s
to have an 1 nn d
1 1 u| m 111 1 heir o mdilii >ns 1 il
life ami labour." In Mr. Joseph
Chamberlain's Radical days hi
could not get Mr. < il idstone to
the need of Social R 'form
legislation, but he I 11
your 1 1 ration, a long
in was Mr. Lloj 1! ( ie >rg ,
ave taken up the | ropa
ganda in his p| 1 [,,re
earn had swept h im in
an oppositi
left hind Ii s that lun e
ived I .iberalis 11 ami lifted
lot of the]
Last nighl in the 11< wse ii
disc ussing tin ni itii hi-, 1 read
ond timp, to refei to Si
Committi e, ti 1 read this lav --in
1. onths, hi the lnt< xicnting Li-
quors Bill, s nn en riti-
! the trail: w re
\h Cole r) i'ii'. 1 I
rd i ty o f
enacting a quart bottle a
sale ti ion, also I
the licence ; 1 si II im and
malt liquors under a wholi .. ,| m this great
Licencein Nn I list i 1-. picture ,,, be exhibited at the
' is unfair to 1 Special Royal on Fridaj evening, and
tho'si hava not read 01
DETERMINATION IS THE CHIEF
FACTOR IN" SUCCESS.
It is the determination to succeed in spite
of the lack of advantage I il isat the root
;1!I ; ... ,,f 1 very su a I it is bi lus of this 1 u t th il op
at tli of evei nn.
e"is much that n besaid, ith, of the power and
iBflU( heredity, through which in n and women are cursed
I ,, mis by thi father* 01 blest by their
v.jrtu 1 heredity itsell nn it furnish cord '1 n 1 enough to
, the hands of the man or woman who is determined
I,. 1.- eit.
Ihe stuttering Demosthenes became the worlds
Slartin Luther, a miner's son, in thedayswhen tobe kingwas
all, and I nothing, became the most influential man in
I 1 ope. _
ew Carnegie, taken from school at the age "I Ins 1.111 \ bread, has lived to giveaway $140,1.....,000, that others
, ducational ndvantagi thai were deni* dhim.
I;,,,.... iordon Bennett, founder and editoi of the Neu York
11, ,; I one of the few literary men ol the United States
.v ver been able t pay histiebts, failed five times before
But nen had determination thai thing. It is worth
1 1 all the othei adva'ntagi s of the world orubinefflj
Walton 'k'l. 1111; li.nl bee 1 elei led.
Mr. Y.iung beinu pn sen' was
,-( , { iiik s desk by
Mi-.'s .1' I' 11 aii'l Aiiilrri>n an I
some animated dis- took the necessary oaths, an.) lh all we 1 an gather, very far; how-
the Hdl I omes to the
Ihe Committee we
Licem ee inLici ci listricts and
to the General Publicj and
.1 suggestion on the prtrt "I the
government itself to a violation
of the law. It is to ii" hoped for
the ere.lit of the ihtl II"."'" e 1 'I
our legislators that, that 1 n
quart bottle blot should be for-
I from our statute
book.
Mr. Brice made some sweep-
ing animadversions upon our
oid then ( xpn M our .,,!< his neat,
. mi this disturbing sub A message, No. 7, Relating in
t suggestions nl I lumber ol ( nm.
ji 1.....c from His Excellency the
Vnv person who has read"The Governor, was presented by the
T\ oi a I.hama Convent," Ho... I P. SwraK
On motion <>f Mr. Sands seeond-
cil by Mr. Culiner above Mess
ami I I'th i -its we.....rden d to be
j.i in ted.
Prew nl : Hon. G. II. Gambhn,
Messrs, Weech. Cole and Mnseley,
()nlrrs in Council, Ri ferring t<>
pension of II. L. Ri 1 vt 1 and Rules
made undei street inns.nice Act,
pn ented by I Ion. [. P. sands and
1,ml upon tiit table.
Mr. Bethel pn icnted petition
from the widow of the late Frank
11
w 110
,1 ,,f 1 >r, Nicola's experien-
in riiibet should not miss
tin- opportunity offered hi 1
j
11. )\. ii (USE OF ASSEMBLY.
Monday Evening
(ah. Jan. 1913.
I I Im -. 11,-t at 7 30.
Hon. F. A. Holmes, I smith, signalman asking tor
\l u Spe .ker, lions. |. P. Sands, gratuity,
upon our J W. i:.i i.e., and Dr. G. H. On motiono'Mrrlethel second-
Pnliee Fore* and aauTthat a M-hnson: Mews, Malcolm, Deputj ed by Mr. Anderson ordered that
"" V" '. '"", ,UI| -,.,:,, ivthel, Evans, Anderson, the petition be printed.
bundle., fuel wood at In d'o, ,1,., , \,,,, ,,,;,,,. v. Sol,.mo,,, On motion 'l Mr. GnmWin
and a poll, email near hand WMI xu,ury |,.!,s<>.,, I. Culmer, Unec, seconded by Mr. E.V. Solon.....tin
j a sure sign of illicit selling. I he I lUf ry,,n,| \ R, Solomon.
rol.ee should not permit sueh j | ||(, spe.ik.-r reported that a
a stigma to stand against them. nl ,,( election fH the Eastern
Now, how far tliis is true we |),S|rict had been returned by
cannot say, but we think from | which it appears (hat Mr. Leon
petition ol Helena Araoha was
referred ma Selei r < orattnittee.
On motion ol Mr. A. K. Solo-
mon seconded by Mr. Ci. M. Cole
the petition "f the inhabitants nf


T
THE PRIM!" \
Hii|i Town !>'(('iu<; for a Librar)
was refcned to n Select Commit
tee as fellows: Messrs A K
Solomon, Cole, J. W. Culmer,
\\ i rcli, and Moseley.
Mr. Sar.ds was granted leave to
introduce ayjjill to prpvt-nt tumult
and riotous assemblies; rn motion
of Mr. Sindtseconded by Mr. J. W.
Culmer, the hill was Lie.nl a first
tiin--.
I > ivi' was granted Mr. Sands to
introduce a Bill relating toMonej
lending. On motion oi Mr. Sands
seconded by Mr J. W. Culmer the
bill was read a first time.
On motion rf \lt. Sands si
ed bj Mr. Culmer 'tie |wo al o\
mentioned l>ills were ordered to I a
printed,
Mi. Sands moved and Mr. I \Y.
Culmer seconded the Secqi '
read nig of A. Mil I to consolidate
and amend the laws to regulati
the sale of Intoxicating Liquors.
Mr. ( ole seconded by Mi. Bowi a
mov< d as an amendment that the
Bill he referred to a Select Com-
mittee.
Mr. Brice sweondrd by Mr. T.
Culmer moved as a further amend-
ment that the Bill be read this
day mx months,
Messrs K. V. Solomon, Albury
and Ivans spoke in favour of a
Select Committee anil Mr. Gam-
in favour of the second read-
ing.
Op the second amendment l<-
ing put it was lost, the first
amendment was carried and the
Bill reared to the following Sel-
ect Committee accordingly:
Messrs. Cole, Bowen, Gamblin,
Malcolm, Brice, F.. V. Solomon,
and Bethel.
(To be continued.)
MARRIAGE.
RETHEL-BAMUS.- on the
sth January, Eva Vdora, daughter
of the late Mr. William B. Baune
to James William, son of Mr.
Talbot Bethel, by Rev C. A. Dinn,
at residence of Mr. Geo, HiggS.
IMPERIAL
Extra Extra.
Special Programme.
Wednesday Night.
4 Reels of Pictures
PROF. ROGERS IN
VAUDEVILLE.
PROF. ROYS FAMOUS
VIOLINIST.
(id. od. It,
N. CHAMPAGNE
CATERER
IS now ready to cater for Private
Dinners and Luncheons.
Prices Reasonable.
Satisfaction Guaranteed.
\ IdrfssH. E. M. JOHNSON,
'"Cheapside Grocery."
I'h-ne 53 and 333.
Great
reat
R O Y A L
Big* Feature Show.
Wednesday Jan 8th
Huylers Orchestra
1. "LENA RIVERS" A great story.
I. S ng I v Piof. Von Ros
.<. 'THE STREET ARAB Ol
PARIS" A delightful Corned)
Dran .1 Amusing, Vivacious,
thniougr) well .vented and alive
p iih Interest to all.
1 Beau I'luiiiniell in a great romic
Int.
s. I HARLES V. beautiful.
6. Song by P nl Von Ros
7. ""H YOU WIVES"
C>>n
8. TAMING OF BU( K
l owlioy picture.
Brumnu I. Vaudeville act,
. Excursion in N01 way,
II. Bl-.M- FAC I RESS beautiful
Drama.
Pi 1 es same as usual.
Dont fail lo see FRIDAY) our
. Rf II II- \ I IkK entitled
"THE MYSTERY OF A LAMA
l ONVEN I or Dr. Nicola's trip
to the forbidden City in Thibet
this is a rare chance 10 see luch a
nteresting Storj in Motion pictures
Boi Seats secured in advance|
Here They re A gain.
4' INLY of tl ose Extra Large
Willow Rockers at 18s., Large
Enamel Dish Pans as, size at is6d.,
Tin Dish Pans 6d. and gd. each,
Enamel 1 hambers is. 6d., Enamel
Pots 6d. and is., Enamel Basins
7-Jd. to js., Coffee Pots is, Tea
Kettles is. 6d Deep Pans 3d.,
Enamel Bans 4 I., Round Pans 2d.
and 3d., Pretty Necklaces 3d. and
6d A few Bounds Fresh Marsh-
mall' o.- is. lb,
PUR( M *SED AT Al'C riON.
Assorted Colors Feather Edge
la., Collar Supporters ijd. card,
Neck Cord Tlimmiog iJcl yd., All
kinds Buttons, Hooks and Eyes ijd.
card, White and Black Caledonia
Lining 3d. yd., Cheese Cloth or
coarse Brown Cotton ij-d. yd., 25
Wide Run Mens Hats at is., Mens
Extra good White and Cold.Shirts,
is. 6d, Large Orey and Cream
Sweatersand Singlets is.jd., Ladies
Singlets 6d.
DONT FORGET.
We always keep Fresh Yeasi
Cakes on hand 3 for 1 cent.
KNICK KNACK STORE.
Southern Cor.King and Market Sts.
Don't Wear
a Truss!
SFTER THIRTY Yt UBS' I B*MRK~i I MUVE
PRODUCED AN API J4.NCt" >oK MEN. WOMEN
OR CHILDREN .-i'. I Cl RES RUPIURE.
I SEND IT ON TRIAL
If you have tried most everything
else, come 1.1 n then fail
is where I bav< ico -.
Send attached c ip ind 1 will
end you, free, on
Rupture and 1 ihow ing my
Appliance ami ind
names <.( many 1 ', ive tried
it and are exm n it -
instant relief whi it nil 'lien: I
Ri nembi r, I u no liar-
nets, no lies, ,
*-v
his Wife

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"CHRISTMAS IS HERE."
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F. J. Christie.
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Weecb Building. Bay Street.
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31ft W W..hlntnn si I ill- \(.ll #
m
1
and Mc
Wishes to tell you
How She Stove
Her Husband's Drink
By all Means Write to Her
and Learn how She til-! it.
For over 20 rean J:imcs Andet oa of 91S
Elm Are., Hulburn, N. Y., was a very hard
drinker. I! !. one,
I hUwin
n little boRM,
I 1. i in pit
-.\ hi li iimcli to
ed hii
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' I happy
tried ii on
. her brother tad sev-
ibova
It .. .fnl in
v: ne of then
hu touched.-! tlrnpnfi.-n\ at iijtiorsince.
She now withes' everyone drunk-
enness in their homes to try this simple
remedy for the f. 1 II will do at
miii-li for others :\ it} I r her. If can he
given secretly i! Ithout cost
she will gladly tnd willii fly tell you what it
is. All you have > rite Ik r a letter
asking her limv 1 her hush..nd of
drinking and she will reply hy return mail in
a sealed envelope. As she has nothing to atfl
do not send her monev. Simply send a letter
with all confidence to Mrs. Margaret Ander-
son at the addrett given above, taking cats
to write your name and full address plainly.
(We tarntit.'y a.lviie rvtry one of our mill's
ii-ho nviihcs to curt a Jiar line rf drunkenness
to awril* to thit luJy today. Her offer ii a
lucfc one.)
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EIGHTH AND PINE. SI. LOUIS, Mr


fHE
Slates knew as yet wlio was going
to lie in liis cabinet, or uhat
would be 'he programme he
would suggest lor the next conpri --.
He declared that he had not offei
ed a single cabinet portfolio to
..n.i.iif thus far anil had as yel
n 11 lied no conclusions as to exl
plans for tlie extra session.
London, 5 The London mim-
ing papers are heartily pleat d
with president Taft's declaration
of his intention to submit tl>e
Panama Canal controversy with
Great Britain to arbitration if
diplomatic negotiations should
fail. The Daily Mail say-: If
the senate Follows President Taft's
lead the Panama question is as
good as settled.
London, 5. The general situa-
tion has ameliorated and the
dangei of a rupture of the peace
negotiations tonmorrow seems to
he averted throughJTurkey making
fresh concessions winch will en-
able the allies to enjoy a holiday
during the Festivities in connection
with the orthodox Christmas.
TIk' efforts of the powers appear
to be successful on both sides.
Washington, 5.The first stage
in the programme for downward
revision of the tariff promised by
the Democratic party will be en-
tered upon tomorrow when the
house of representatives will For-
mally open the doors to the
American public for discussion of
tariff rates, protection to industries
and concessions to the "Ultimate
consumer."
For Sale op Rent.
rHOSE desirable premises at
Nicolls Town, Andros 1-1 md.
Suitable for Outfitting or the pur-
chase of Sponge.
For particulars apply to
PHILIP A. I RECO.
EMPLOY-
MENT
For Every and Any one
and
All the Time
00 our Sisal Plantations down
Wesi.
Satisfactory earnings can be made,
if work is pursued steadily and
industriously
Most of the work is by the job or
contract. Mouses to accomodate
those who wish to reside there.
Small cottages for Men and their
mil ies provided on the plantation
NONE NEED BE IDLE
Go there and the Field Superintend,
ents will put you to work
Tools, and Implements fumised
|. S. JOHNSON CO.
Nassau, N. P
Remember
If you are thinking of building 1 ;
In iuse. 1 hat we ill swll For the '
next week .1 fair grade f V> 3
Flooring, Siding and haII inch
celling hi
Bs. 1 Per 100 I- SPOT C \*H j
You ill not h.i\e a 1 li uii I ike 1
this loi s' 'in- 1 one 1 1 coine n 1 he |
i Mill will he >| it k up0111 1 1 lh
; and from 1 len on w e w II te cm ry.
ing our n-M l stock of \'o 1 grade
1 of iumbei 1 1 ill sizis,
NOW I- l HE TIME TO HUY.
We --ire to 1 h.i-ik you
for \ our kind pa t-
ronage during 191a to wish
out cus'omeis, one and all, the v-t
ol good ihinvs f"r 1913, We ran
assure vou 1 hat as we have tried 1
please you in the past, so u mill
do in he future and sine*
for a share nf \ oui custom,
THE r.\n\\l\> TIMBER
I ( iMl'WV. I IMI I ED,
AW 1 Hl'R I'.. SU I ION
N'o. 10 East Stiei I, Mam 1
PASSAGE
BY "FRANt KS E."
to Mi ims \s II be I EN l)( >l.l ARS
Children -ia j ears and under
l hildrea 5 year and under f \.
Subject in change wi hout Notice,
1 Ifiice "f 1.mi i'- I- "
V)2 I as! I'.nv street.
Nassau, N. P.,
Jan. 1st. 1913
Oranges.
WI I 11 1 o days not ice, n supply
of the finest qualit) of chin..
or.1 nues can he landed in Nassau
for one pound per thousand, I'roni
50 to 200 thousand can be handled !
111 that time. Purchasers will pay
the freight, Ordeis with cash to
be sent t-> James A. Lowe, Bluff
Eleuthera through John W. Low.'
(Tailor) Nasssu N. P, neai Alpha
Hotel. Natives or Foteigners pur-
chasing and wish to have the fruit
packed here, can have 11 done as we
have qualified packers who have
run packing houses for several years
(jiving perfect satisfaction. Expen-
ses for wrapping and p.ickmg to he-
defrayed by purchasers,
I AMI.S A. LOWE.
\l/r. would inform all who appreciate a Good Smoke twt we now
VV have on hand in extensive Slock of HAVANA CIGARS. We
guaraut.....Ui Inmid to be made of the finest Havana and Sumatra
Wrap| ers, 1 11H I lav n h Kill* is throughout
rhese Cigars are nianufactured on ou premises b* -killed workmen,
nnd great pai 111 ui pro tide <( superior quality.
The sucr.es* we ha vi net with m 1 1 ently to expect
the pal ion ive nl ronnoisi 111 S,
J I. s\l MDERS A Co.
Bay Street
\\ I you 1 old sofas
tnd L hit .r
: re-canea
iuaranteed.
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