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I III I K' I ill \ i memory of the Titanic' bandsmen, has successfully accomplished her Mission, and t'ie tablet has been placed in the Parish Church at Southampton. On it are written their names, the date, nod the verse of the hymn they are supposed to have played last, "Nearei My Cod |„ | h. e". London, 6.— The n;w organ to be placed in the great cathedra] n<>\v in course of erection in Liv'"I will probably be cl issed among the wonders of the v. %  as it will he the lergi st organ in existence, h will take four years to construct, the total number of pipes reaching the remarkable mini her of io, 567, 11, BENEFAC rRESS beaulifu' ma. Prices same as usual. Dont tail 10 see (FRIDAY) nur great 1 REEL FF-A I UREentitleil "I HE MYSTERY OF A LAM \ C< INVEN T" or Dr. Nicola's trip to the forbidden 1 ity in Thibet this chance to see such .1 interesting Story in Motion pictures Box S iats secured in advance! IMPERIAL Extra Extra Special Programme, Wednesday Night. London, f..— 1 he new year has' 4 Reels of Pictures d quite auspiciously as fai BS the hotels are concerned. The! business is excellent for this tune' ol year, and the prospects pood. 'I he pasl year has been a recordI re iking one for most <.f the r cipal hoieK. and according t<> those 10 should know 1913 promises even better. London, 6.—The committee of the Royal College ol H 1 ilds, p pointed to draw up nn official roll of baronets, has finished its task, and the complete list ol recogriiz ed baronets is promised shoitly. It is di dared that twentv Bv persons styling themselves Baro nets have no ri:;hl to th. title. London, 6.—Scotland, Ireland, Wales, and new England have been beaten by South \frica at Rugby foot ball. No visiting leam evei had such a series "I sun,'-.--''-. and exciten enl ran high in todays match, the last ,,f South V programme Thirtj thousand spectators witnessed the gameal the I wickenham grounds. The result of the game was England 1 bri e points, South Africa nine. R C) Y A L Big Feature Show Wednesday Jan 8th Huylers Orchestra. 1. "LENA RIVERS" A greet story 2. Sons l>\ Prof. Von Roj 3. "THE SI REET ARAB OF PARIS" A delightful < omed; Drama Amusing, Viva thorougly well executed and alive with Interest to all. }. Beau Brummell in a gre ii hit. 5. CHAR1 ES V beautiful. o Song by Prof Von R 7. "()|| YOU WIVES" Great Com, ,lv. 8. TAMING OF BUCK grwl Cowboj picture. o. Beau Brummel, Vaudeville act. 10. Excursion in Norway. PROF. ROGERS IN' VAL'DEVILLE. PROF. Ri >YS I \ ./ M S VI ILIMIST. 6.1. 9 I. is. Remember 1 1 11 1 next week a fan gradi id N Floom Siding and ha II ini h • I 1 ISH "l ou will not h.i' nee like Lhis Mill .M'I bi starting up % %  '< tin 15th an • aiv ing 1 -'"i I, of No 1 gi of luml Nl 1 \ IS I HII IMI TO BUY. We de in t" thank yon f, .1 your Icti I i" tennage dui ing i.ii %  *'d to v oiii 1 >, one ,nd all, the ix -t umatr| Wrappi 1-. ind'l lava na Killers thr< iugjh< >ut 'I'h I inufactured on IHII pn kille'd wnrkmet and great pain to | ility. The succes* we I tviih in tJie.p us confident ry to 1 the p of i 'iiMoi-, 1 I L SM Nl S Co. 1, • Dynamite. H A \\ %  vour old sofasl I Chairs n paired FRESH supply jusi > 1 %  ro-canea bv schi l .MM11 Ii satisfaction Gu 11 %  I |.,, r .., ; 'PI GEO. 1 BETHEL CHAS.E \l I'.i'kl cr 'Tribune" Office. DEWAR5 'WHITE LABEL' WHISKY Among the Families of STOUT %  / & s* %  C — %  f. > is. TOUT' %  Light and Nourishing. / O § I S T IK OLDEST W> UAVAYS HAS Till". LEAD For Result Advertise V in The "Tribune" I



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*> P ^ CO CD of K o (D 0) THE INuUiui addiclu* itt.ra.re irt verb* DyUgisbi 1EING BOUND r/O SWEAR fO frill D G.IASOFNO MASTER. FOL^ Nasr&u N. P., Bahamas Wednesday January 8, 1912 No. 29 LEON E. H DUPI C i, hi'ii A'. I'~ .rmtiok OFFICE ,' M 1 VifCivr STRIVE \ I'., F.AHAMA5. '. .1 PUBLISHED \)\U.\ \l >ndaj. '•' % %  in.I Friday— tingle copy ... I Tuesday, I"i • i.o am Saturday— ;, %  .i .. ... .. I I .Veeklv Hlontbly On ntrilv %  4 s Half Yearl Veaiiy p kYARLR IN ADVANCE. \ )|M Six pent i ; f..i in i inwrtinn ; three i hue I j.„ .,-, II,: invert! peonypei line for mibaequent uertionv Advertiiementi on lei eight line* ^s. I Wo understand thai i seemly! 0 -. .-ill burglaries hat omrniited iti oo< neighb mrhood on Bay street. Police The Motor "France* K." will noi leave f it Mi uni until aftei ihe n i I str. "Miami." Our Police are wearing a new ityle ol bain HON. HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY. Moiil Evening 6in J in. 1913. j Continued.) Mr. Sand-., seconded by Mr. J.W, Culmer, m vi tit second reading .in I committal ol the oil I regulating the R< gi Iration of Births and ilis, which was passed with two amendments, (in motion "' Mr. |ohnson the (Irder in Council referring to Ihe retiring allowance ol Mr. II. L> Kv. v.-.'.ih' tidewaiter.waa ord( n I t< 1 be p 1 inte '. I inHouse adjotirned until Wednesday evening at 7.30 Notices of Motions for Wndnetf the I'ele phone 1 li p irtment from (In thority. Toconsi desirability "I improving the ap| ce ol the F< ns in New Providence. (in the petition 'if certain inhabitants of Port Rock Sound i raying foi a grant to est iblish a libiary. BILLS. Introduction And Fust Reading. Mi. Sands— A Bill to amend The Trade Marks Vci 1913. Second Pi 1 ling And Committal. Ml S 11 ids.— .1 Bill locons did ite and am -nd the law relating to the encoui ment of manufactories and the building of hotels. \ Bill to provide for the main1 light-houses. RESOLUTION. Mi. Malcolm — Resolved, that there shall he a Committee to be designated "The c ommittee 'if Public Accounts I 11 the ix imination <>f the accounts showing tl e Mi ropriation ol tlie snms granted by the Legislature to meet the public expenditure of the Colony, t" cmsist of five a bars, who sh '11 he nom n ited at the commencement <>f every session and of whom ^ shall be a quorum. IS THE MAGSTRATE'S COURT. December] 23 Alfred Fowler—Ai 15* 6d. of the monies ol Win, I hos Key. feloniously did steal, take, and carry iwaj -committed for trial at the January Session of the Supreme Court. Aubrey Coakley—Did assault ami beat Carmelia Nairnt6. or 14 day*. |ames Ross-Larceny ol two fowls value 4s. the goods and chatties of Isaiah Sweeting and lames I 1 ,,. lined £1 and to be 1 s strokes with a tamarind rod. 34.—Elizabeth Wilson and Rojr, in 1 Mc< In -"I 1 arceny ol a quantity of oranges value as. grow ing .,1, 1 md "I Wm. B. North situated in Eas1 Stn el (south) -sentenced t,, 1 months imp: i-onmcnl. Fred Minus and Irene Rolle —Quarrelling and fighting in sight ;in ~i heai >f persons in public street, Fii %  •• : 7 '• ^'Jos. Johnson -Drunk in street— 5s. "i 4 ii 1 Stanley Williams I ond shouting and using profane and indecenl language in street—las. 01 to Mary Saunders Found drunk and using profane language in street. 16s. or ao days. 36-Gerald Strachan and Brave man Butler, Fighting in streets 1 or .) davs, tas. l" days respect ivelj Matthew McKinney — Breach cab act -los. "i 8 days DEATH. DE NX. 'day, lauuary |ia, at hei resid '.nee, on West !. Miss Adelaide A. Dean, go \,..,s ; -,-. md daughtei ol the late John P. Dean, Esq. CABLEGRAMS. I muary 8th 1913. London, 6.—The doctors strike against the insurance act is on its last legs.Ten thousand medical men hive accepted servicaand the panels in most parts ol the couutry are c implete, the 1 aceptional districts being London ai d part ol Lant ajhire both Unionist strongholds. The Rritiih Medical Association is fighting to thepast, although it is suggested that the next general meeting will absolve its members from the pledge they took at the beginning of the agitation, not to : vice. London, 6. -The taxicab strike in London now shows signs of an early termination, and is causing 1 omparatively little inconvenience except at certain hours, when the demand is greatest. It has led to the discovery that there tro oilier means of transit which are almost as speedy and certainly cheaper. London, ('. —Lady Garvagh,who issued the appeal loi a tablet in


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THE
INuUiui addiclu* itt.ra.re irt verb* DyUgisbi
1EING BOUND r/O SWEAR fO frill D G.IASOFNO MASTER.
fol^
Nasr&u N. P., Bahamas Wednesday January 8, 1912
No. 29
LEON E. H DUPI C i,
hi'ii A'. I'~ .rmtiok
OFFICE ,' M 1 VifCivr STRIVE
\ I'., F.AHAMA5.
'. .1
PUBLISHED \)\U.\ .
\l >ndaj. '' in.I Friday
tingle copy ... I '
Tuesday, I"i i.o am Saturday
;, .i .. ... .. I I
.Veeklv
Hlontbly
On ntrilv 4s-
Half Yearl
Veaiiy
p kYARLR IN ADVANCE.
\ )|m Six pent i ;
f..i in i inwrtinn ; three i hue I
j. .,-, ii,: invert! peonypei ,
line for mibaequent uertionv
Advertiiementi on lei eight line* ^s. I
Wo understand thai i seemly!
0 -. .-ill burglaries hat om-
rniited iti oo< neighb mrhood on
Bay street. Police !
The Motor "France* K." will
noi leave f it Mi uni until aftei ihe
n i I str. "Miami."
Our Police are wearing a new
ityle ol bain '
HON. HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY.
Moiil Evening
6in J in. 1913.
j Continued.)
Mr. Sand-., seconded by Mr. J.W,
Culmer, m vi tit second reading
.in I committal ol the oil I regulat-
ing the R< gi Iration of Births and
ilis, which was passed with
two amendments,
(in motion "' Mr. |ohnson the
(Irder in Council referring to Ihe
retiring allowance ol Mr. II. L>
Kv. v.-.'.ih' tidewaiter.waa ord( n I
t< 1 be p1 inte '.
I in- House adjotirned until Wed-
nesday evening at 7.30
Notices of Motions for Wndnet-
Mi Malcolm -Thai an Address
to tlie Secretary of Slate fur the
Colonieswith reference to classi-
fication ol Colonybe agreed to.
Questions,
Mr. Malconi What amount, if
any, was paid during the financial
year ending 31st March, 1913, uhv
dw Ihe authority of certain Acts,
SBJ Ia'1 COMMIl ILKS
Mr. Mai
To consider the desirabilitv of
transfei 1 ing th< control -if the Elec-
tric Light Departmenl fro n the
G venor in Council to some other
authoi ity.
I 0 consider the desirability
ii ansfi n ing the eontrol >f the I'ele
phone 1 li p irtment from (In 10 some othei au>
thority.
Toconsi desirability "I
improving the ap| ce ol the
F< ns in New Providence.
(in the petition 'if certain in-
habitants of Port Rock Sound
i raying foi a grant to est iblish a
libiary.
BILLS.
Introduction And Fust Reading.
Mi. Sands
A Bill to amend The Trade
Marks Vci 1913.
Second Pi 1 ling And Committal.
Ml S 11 ids.
.1 Bill locons did ite and am -nd
the law relating to the encoui
ment of manufactories and the
building of hotels.
\ Bill to provide for the main-
1 light-houses.
RESOLUTION.
Mi. Malcolm
Resolved, that there shall he a
Committee to be designated "The
c ommittee 'if Public Accounts I 11
the ix imination <>f the accounts
showing tl e Mi ropriation ol tlie
snms granted by the Legislature
to meet the public expenditure of
the Colony, t" cmsist of five a
bars, who sh '11 he nom n ited at
the commencement <>f every session
and of whom ^ shall be a quorum.
IS THE
MAGSTRATE'S COURT.
December]
23 Alfred FowlerAi 15* 6d.
of the monies ol Win, I hos Key.
feloniously did steal, take, and
carry iwaj -committed for trial
at the January Session of the Su-
preme Court.
Aubrey CoakleyDid assault
ami beat Carmelia Nairn- t6. or
14 day*.
|ames Ross-Larceny ol two
fowls value 4s. the goods and chat-
ties of Isaiah Sweeting and lames
I 1 ,,.. lined 1 and to be 1
s strokes with a tamarind rod.
34.Elizabeth Wilson and Rojr,
in 1 Mc< In -"I 1 arceny ol a quan-
tity of oranges value as. grow ing
.,1, 1 md "I Wm. B. North situated
in Eas1 Stn el (south) -sentenced
t,, 1 months imp: i-onmcnl.
Fred Minus and Irene Rolle
Quarrelling and fighting in sight
;in~i heai >f persons in public
street, Fii ": 7 ' ^'-
Jos. Johnson -Drunk in street
5s. "i 4 ii 1
Stanley Williams I ond shout-
ing and using profane and inde-
cenl language in streetlas. 01 to
Mary Saunders Found drunk
and using profane language in
street. 16s. or ao days.
36-Gerald Strachan and Brave
man Butler, Fighting in street- s1-
or .) davs, tas. l" days respect ivelj
Matthew McKinney Breach
cab act -los. "i 8 days
DEATH.
DE NX. '! 'day, lauuary
|ia, at hei resid '.nee, on West
!. Miss Adelaide A. Dean,
go \,..,s ; -,-. md daughtei ol
the late John P. Dean, Esq.
CABLEGRAMS.
I muary 8th 1913.
London, 6.The doctors strike
against the insurance act is on its
last legs.Ten thousand medical men
hive accepted servicaand the panels
in most parts ol the couutry are
c implete, the 1 aceptional districts
being London ai d part ol Lant a-
jhire both Unionist strongholds.
The Rritiih Medical Association
is fighting to thepast, although it is
suggested that the next general
meeting will absolve its members
from the pledge they took at the
beginning of the agitation, not to
, : vice.
London, 6. -The taxicab strike
in London now shows signs of an
early termination, and is causing
1 omparatively little inconvenience
except at certain hours, when the
demand is greatest. It has led to
the discovery that there tro oilier
means of transit which are almost
as speedy and certainly cheaper.
London, ('. Lady Garvagh,who
issued the appeal loi a tablet in


I III
I K' I ill \ i
memory of the Titanic' bandsmen,
has successfully accomplished her
Mission, and t'ie tablet has been
placed in the Parish Church at
Southampton.
On it are written their names,
the date, nod the verse of the hymn
they are supposed to have played
last, "Nearei My Cod | | h. e".
London, 6. The n;w organ
to be placed in the great cathedra]
n<>\v in course of erection in Liv-
'"I will probably be cl issed
among the wonders of the v.
as it will he the lergi st organ in
existence, h will take four years
to construct, the total number of
pipes reaching the remarkable mini
her of io, 567,
11,
BENEFAC rRESS beaulifu'
ma.
Prices same as usual.
Dont tail 10 see (FRIDAY) nur
great 1 REEL FF-A I UREentitleil
"I HE MYSTERY OF A LAM \
C< INVEN T" or Dr. Nicola's trip
to the forbidden 1 ity in Thibet
this chance to see such .1
interesting Story in Motion pictures
Box S iats secured in advance!
IMPERIAL
Extra Extra
Special Programme,
Wednesday Night.
London, f.. 1 he new year has' 4 Reels of Pictures
d quite auspiciously as fai
bs the hotels are concerned. The!
business is excellent for this tune'
ol year, and the prospects pood.
'I he pasl year has been a record-
I re iking one for most <.f the r
cipal hoieK. and according t<> those
10 should know 1913 promises
even
better.
London, 6.The committee of
the Royal College ol H 1 ilds, p
pointed to draw up nn official roll
of baronets, has finished its task,
and the complete list ol recogriiz
ed baronets is promised shoitly.
It is di dared that twentv Bv
persons styling themselves Baro
nets have no ri:;hl to th. title.
London, 6.Scotland, Ireland,
Wales, and new England have
been beaten by South \frica at
Rugby foot ball. No visiting leam
evei had such a series "I sun,'-.--''-.
and exciten enl ran high in todays
match, the last ,,f South V
programme Thirtj thousand spec-
tators witnessed the gameal the
I wickenham grounds. The result
of the game was England 1 bri e
points, South Africa nine.
R C) Y A L
Big Feature Show
Wednesday Jan 8th
Huylers Orchestra.
1. "LENA RIVERS" A greet story
2. Sons l>\ Prof. Von Roj
3. "THE SI REET ARAB OF
PARIS" A delightful < omed;
Drama Amusing, Viva
thorougly well executed and alive
with Interest to all.
}. Beau Brummell in a gre ii
hit.
5. CHAR1 ES V beautiful.
o Song by Prof Von R
7. "()|| YOU WIVES" Great
Com, ,lv.
8. TAMING OF BUCK grwl
Cowboj picture.
o. Beau Brummel, Vaudeville act.
10. Excursion in Norway.
PROF. ROGERS IN'
VAL'DEVILLE.
PROF. Ri >YS I \ ./ M S
VI ILIMIST.
6.1. 9 I. is.
Remember
11 11
1
next week a fan gradi id N
Floom Siding and ha II ini h

I 1 ISH
"l ou will not h.i' nee like
Lhis
Mill .m'I bi starting up '< tin 15th
an aiv
ing 1 -'"i I, of No 1 gi
of luml
Nl 1 \ IS I HI- I IMI TO BUY.
We de in t" thank yon
f, .1 your Icti I i" t-
ennage dui ing i.ii - *'d to v
oiii 1 >, one ,nd all, the ix -t
assure vou ihal a* e !| ive iried to
plea 1 past, so w will:
do in tin nceiely !i"i-
f, ,r r sh 1 re nl \ ui cusl 1
THE BAHAMAS TOMER
COMPANY. LIMITED,
ARTHUR B, SU I rON
\'o. 1 I as) Stieet, Mar,
For Sale or Rent.
TlI' )SE desirable premises ,t
Nicolls Towr,. \n,hos |g|an I
Suitable for Outfitting or the pur
of Sponge,
I'm parti" I]!.,'- applv to
run w \. 1 Rl i'O.
/ .,
Wl'. would inform all who api G I 1 t. ve ni
h ive on hand an extensive Slock of I I \V \\ \ i fC I
guarantee our brand to be made of I he finest Havana anl >umatr|
Wrappi 1-. ind'l lava na Killers thr< iugjh< >ut
'I'h I inufactured on ihii pn kille'd wnrkmet
and great pain to | ility.
The succes* we I tviih in tJie.p us confident ry to 1
the p of i 'iiMoi-, 1
I L SM Nl S Co.
1,
Dynamite. H
A
\\ ! vour old sofasl
I Chairs n paired
fresh supply jusi > 1 ' ro-canea
bv schi l .mm- 11 Ii satisfaction Gu 11 I
|.,,r ..,;. 'PI GEO. 1 BETHEL
CHAS.E \l I'.i'kl cr 'Tribune" Office.
DEWAR5
'WHITE LABEL'
WHISKY
Among the Families
of STOUT
- /
& s* _
C f. >
is.
TOUT'
Light and Nourishing. "
/ O
I
S T IK OLDEST W> UAVAYS HAS Till". LEAD
For Result Advertise
V
in The "Tribune"
I


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