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III I U I it ( K I 1 The Tribune THURSDAY JAN. 9, I |l %  rts is fighting hard fin ,i modifi d tion in the United Kingdom, and is lount the Unionist Party. The solid against cornmilitary servi< that if the Tori the to push such a plan at I 1 Electi who would. think twice bi %  % %  %  b th ;ei %  to dispai age th I 1i itorial Army t< nds to dis. But it h even il cons ed to, il "I years to i reate a .iv for ho shou I nus an effi ctivi for that • We have ii" dou '. tional their : !i they wo I •. %  like the and : idum on this II. is foil < ,-hich musl %  wh N C.< '-. must be i on a volunt I tin.. i as th( >se of thi ( d on ui rati ly shorl riod with the colours, is n I i than an expeditions I in short, a short-range rei army. If then 1 is n quired for the British Empire must be a long i i it must be of regulars enlistm and, for reasons of economy, I en place Vet in 'he ndvertisemeni ire not only loM 'hi %  I. It is argued that an ar-!''"" de '*' •', but tl I; if this m '' ' vl: til pul At any II of the I ex mipie being th I \rmy,whi< h isrelal ill." Writing as an \ G 11 %  \ i m with a xuiting ex| iiul nun. r-iu I.in I lamilton il clan that if 1 univei : .: ,.,„ tal consci should not I" 1 ali up issible foi mj ii in I n i in addition Ui lli.s ed III" 1(1 f tWO it navwl i the -i I el M'i en Ber.nid I the Second be) .iii.l is HISO I 11 f< u milIll i | p our ali\ ndI : "First I Ai iy and tl m. I I I tl II i ii .. for b .* : . %  %  >l i; R I. II. A i i I d %  i I I i %  the like] i .iiexpi .it the %  • • fal( I ,. 1 i V, : s • led us foi oui i cril : i is to •hi the n inI I I DIM i -II in 1.1 %  ni. I!i 1 | i i i 1 \ : i inii me fur I i %  i in II It t % %  • I.i" me, h i i iii.it i he pr< iphel a IIII tul >us m • II n-i n in fixing .i dnlfl for the il \\ 1 11111 be l-Mr' irld, for the one and so lias IQI I I 11 I 1 | J I 111 . V. I nn I this i iv jon lias not y il tak%  .* rhis i> foi the peo Nassau, th it are making so n uch unnecessary talk about "Briggs ^iii itorjum" being a place thai endaugi rs the health of ii /. ns, thai %  for, and taking pe< pl< that h umptiowf etc. untruth, for in our "Ho will : i any one that has an info i ii disease !. Ill anj form Can l > M ii s that we i %  itemplati %  I 1 ind if I i thai ill la 1 • i keep I as i n.'i, infer ti ity. And our will I 11 busi ui" Vhi pie we uld %  %  %  n "HIS. 1 \ %  -*.. • IRII M | • i %  %  island died in • itnplainin portin IK irsi t" I I o fiat in tin a i in the evening I rei moi damp, tiiat the|strei id mal us, as th th and there is no boldi \ • ind ; f< -i the ii' H h oofs. I have ex-1 1-1 ienced this myself ol l.iti-.J and began to feai that th rong with m\ L y



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F I II h I K I I'. I N 5 %  but upon making enq BDthei cis. and taking % %  • %  i< >ns, I find that others arc suffi from the same in< onvenii n The %  roundu g oj the streets, with the sail used for streel watering, makes it not Mill I X t> HI dangflpp %  I >r Hors ti ami I Mi.i \ attent ion to this mis e now. so thai it m 1 i %  futui .i! i nti cts You, truly hivivi R. [IMPERIAL Grand Program.. •Friday Night 4 Reels of best Pictures like th showninNe>v York I'.: R5 ii I Mon< PR< IF. R< YS In his Be Special and see t GREAT oHOW AT NASSAI 'S i INLY II11.A I KE. O.I. Is. • Coming soon I'UUl LSSH >N M,K I II DIAN. v York it if. .1 tia e is m its :cn. ( AI'.I,EGK I Ma. I nnai lin^tott. 7. I' 'I ,i(i> statement yesi rrda\ in N 1 I I '.HI.Illl.I l .IM ll .'. iiii 1 ireal l'.i uain ai mi ii [ verj Ii lie HI the dtuai ion. iii.1 dent him&ell li >ubt thai Kills WOU th for the lion ol .HI 1:1. it 1. HI in |., sented formally while senat< >rt arc rally ol the opiaion thai a 1 ii treat) refei ring I lie tu bject to .11 biI ration would be 1 11 tn illy the same vote that p uaed the free toll psovision tast I lie presii lent ioldn to the opinilh t if his arbitration vi is re lined th 1 %  ihi >uld 1" adl'i ned through 1 s|x cial u ibunal iposeiI 1 il 1 *• %  itish in I \ 111 • 11 .in u! itratora Washington, ; hj tenant Commamlei Syphi 1,1'. S. Navy, I .I" arrived ii ington todaj lo be guests "I I .ivy 1I1 paitment. l*..ul< 11. 1 -iH %  •< %  '• 7 I '-: %  '' n 1 n were killed tod iv by an 1 : tin • hull! nf the I' nil h %  "Hassella". London, 7.— I !. %  ,w in. Ii • diplomats I >i < Curl Mini f vieldn lies with ut 1 : It Is III V %  VY.isl 1 "in %  lown tinfai r< %  > %  inn.' pi inciple 1 liii %  1 mli-ti 11-' law .mil In Id 11. I 11 .1 %  • I i ' f >r "> %  i tro\ R () Y A L Grand Feature Show Friday Jan 10th. Huylers Orchestra A Great til Till. SECRE'I "I A LAMA Cl INVEN I 01 I". Nicolas" trip FOI IDDEN l ITY of \ rare chance for Ii iveis <>f .1 1 grand educational feature • WHAT II ill. WORLD Wl rHOU'l Vt >l bj Prof. Von. 1^ 4. PRESS 1 H R( >SES, King in the leading part ol this world re now: of I .aughter .. ISE HRl: .: Ill i r. nn> V • He im %  •MIL 1 >\\: MAN I'. \M) 6 Illl .< 'in DIGGER, A thrilling Western Drai 1 7. KFEP II UP, I HOI com 11 j mi by Prof. Von R CONVINCING It is impossible tor any argument in favour of Sunlight Soap to be more than a trial of the Soap ii %* v* Z.: : BV SUNLIGHT New Opportunity To Make Money Wonderful diicovery. A i atifie procew of photo graphy with "I l"' r [or arabitioui nun *% it li imall capital and Absolutely No Experience. Investigate Today the "MANDEL" Post Card Machine %  — rinhl on thr •pot. I tin *uhout plat, t, film* : printing. %  %  mini..' 1 %  %  —even i why not you? Mfutttl, of man. natM SIUOO In 4 Months VIO.J.y." 1 T.fXM writes. 11 profit Hr %  one minute "poet c.rd photow, . .. ._. ..... ...,..ir>. in vt.-irt this huz : sio.d.T." V I,: I;,'',,. 1581 profit Fir • one minute "po.t crd photou. o... Mil, ..Mil. I. ick TOOl MUM orimual 1 Write lodey for compute Ir.-e informetion. f *. The Chicago Ferrotype Company, 110 Ferrotype Buildin., CHICAGO, ILL.. U.S.A. rOMMY'S MAGIC L \N I I RN, Gn • \L 1 I \l I LIFE, G I lr. Ml 1 '11, %  : u'"i 11 >n 1 s., I BOX SEATS in nee, li REK \ -. [. O.G S & D. ol S. W ill givi II I 1 louse "nl m. In aid ol 11. ill. I ipnts SMI'-' iptioi si -. Ki.(l.'s : i;ii. nlWill I"si.1.1. Tickets sol.I hy y and .1 nittee I FSTEI.I.E < ilBSl >N Sei v. PASSAGE 1 Y "l R \ x m Mi [ I \RS 1 11 i I ','. %  -, 1 ' • .' I'll: [ I i N. P., I.Ill is'. I I ME ST \-' INS LYRIC. '( HRIS1 M VS IS III Rl %  Words bv H. ( A hristie, lu-iic hy 1.1. Christi .1 by I. W IN' Wi %  '' PRU 1 I INE SHILLING. > k



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I III1 i K' i HI i N i j luartette l 'v. Satmdew, H. Turnquest, O. Turnquest, F Munind S, (iibson;Shadrach ( i i 1 Fitz Munroe, Oswald and Harold Turnquest, Li tin by the Commissioner. (ii >d Save the King. MRS. ANNA J. EDWARD. Recently arrived from Tampa, I'M., is prepared to undertake, DRESSMAKING, in the latest Fashi In addition, Mrs. Edw itda alao is .1 Specialisi in II MR STRAIGH IENING. and sohc ts the patronage of the r.il public m \IK, lugra'sim, BLUE HILL ROAD. Notice of Removal. WII HAMS' BAH WII.W SHOE STORE. T HE business known as Wil. liam's Bah imian Shoe Mi re Hay St, under the offices of is K. II. Sawyer .* Co. is be111 : removi d ti> those more commodious premi es i few doors below it present occupation HAM lately puichastd by E. W. I". Mi I t on F '!.. at 277, 279 Bay SI under the name of. WILLIAMS' WHOLESALE WD RETAIL SHOE ESTABLISHMENT. I he store is rilled Up until all tiie modern improvements el an up-to-d it Shoe Stow on a large 11 id I business will be con. ducti d with ve.\ much more faci lity .mil convenience tn patroosea peciall) (ban heretofon A large supply of TR WELLING TRUNKS, HAGS, DRESS SI-11 CASES, VALISES AND SAT. (Ill I S will sir I be kept on hand as .1 M-ii :in,-. "I he Whol tale I <> partrnant is an Addition to the business iq tli" new location and distributers or small rs HI the line will do well i, 1 i-it Ibis 1 >' pirtMieir and question purrs before placing their orders abroad or purchasing elsewhere This UP-TO-DATE SHOE STORE w i ll be opened f' r inspection to the public at any lime el ter the 1st Jany. 1013. and (or bus. mess on about i$th inst with a Band of Music in attendance in the sftenvton ind eveningof thai date WILLIAMS' WHOLESALE Wl> KM I \|I SHOE ESTAB1 ISHMENT. 277 and tjq Ii iy St. Nassau N". I". I 11 VII WIAS I IMBE ( 1 IMP \\Y. I. I'M III'. VR I iCK' H. SU I IO.M Mn, to E-ist ^tieei, -I For Sale or Rent. r l IOSE d-siralil.! premises gl Nicolls Pi vi., Andros Island Suitable for Outfitting or the pur( Ii ise of Sponge. pn rTiciiTanHfppi^rt^ I'llll.ll' \ I RF.CO, Remember I f yon are thinking of building %  If, thai M e will sell l<>r 1 e m xi A -. %  k a fa ii gi nd< id No I" loom g, Siding and hall imh eel 11II:. i I. I'.-i 10 I • SPl I 1 A>H You will uoi li.i\ e .1 cliaih %  like this (or Si I I HI I;I> llie \| M ill be starting up mi the 151I1 .1 from \hen 1 n e will I e cairyjng "in' 11-11.il n fjck "I Ni %  1 grade of Mi /' f, N< iW l< THE I l\ll I' > BUY, We drsire m thank 1 "ii kind p.' tron i| 11 i 1 '(I .' ind to wish I ni go J 11 111. foi 191 1. 'A e 1 an • v mi I hilt aK W e II IV-Tied In I -II III 11•past, Si 1 \\ ill d 11 1 he futti y hi -p<' fi share ni i in cusl W l would inform all who appreciate a Good Smoke that we have on hand an 1 R tensive Si.nlol IUV\\\i K". ^RS MII rantei our brand to be made ol the finest llaviuia and Sum Wrappers, and Havana I'iller* throughout. w Tin1 1 sare manufactured on oui premises by skilled wnrki and re;. 1 pains an* tak**u 10 produce 11 aiticle of superioi qualify. The success we have ">ei ,v ''' "' Hie pa si leads us confidently to ex the palionaue nl cI<1 sol JJyiiailllte* Hand Chairs repai 1 ui-.-sii -,.ppiv jui r.-crive. ;ill(1 re-canea Us SChr. -II H.ie Ihllhl -;.tisf.„-,.ini (lu-iriinte.-i For^leby MTlVio GKX/TBETH (HAS. i-. \i.iuin or "Tribune Office. DEWARS 'WHITE LABEL' WHISKY Cheap and Good. 3^ J^.A I POLISH VOl CAN Will I DIE U 1 MOS'l CONFIDEtiCl Among* the Families of STOUT MEUXS STOUT Light and Nourishing S THE OLDEST AND ALWAYS HAS THE I.FA Z £ UJ *** £ H s 0 a n ^ 1" — %  z O a .* ffl •^ O s z < \.' FOP Result Advertise in The "Tribune



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THE TRIBUNI Trt\ jfttUJu* iddictus |urare in verba /Ugistr ||i|KQ IIOUNI' rci \VBAR m MV limi .tAS "I'•" MAsll'K. VOL X .Vas.'au N. P., Bahamas Thursday January 9, 1912 So. 30 1 RON R M iMH'i C ITug PMIIPHU OHVI • ; %  ( ,, \l UtKKT *TKRHT N i lu N I'.. • "" %  %  .till IHMLiSHEIJ IMII.V. .1 ... \> i i<3 il) an.l FiiiUy Ic copy ... ... J '. r,,. IHI I'd i \n\ •"•!.• 4*tti Im If ,,,,< id V.-..U Inillih '" • >!• %  •• I->UI< V-irli .. Bl v I* 1 iV VW.I' IS .v lV \ vi i itei Si* *ni e i ei lini fi.i tit ~t insertion thiee pence per line < ,, .... ,mii ..,• • %  %  IH peni v %  PI lute fm tubtequenl insertion*. ts under eitrhl Uriel i-I ill\ DURESS ol I'IM1 |ime ol Assembly ol the 1 '..Ili iin.* [1andi to RifChl Honourable L< HarciNiit, I'. C ,M. P., Hi* Majesty's Principal S rret iry "I State for tlie Colon iei T ie Bahama 1*1 mds were i red by the English Crown IJ ... ill.-. in-lit in the early part <>f ihe s' vrn(ranth • entury ami i quently their inhnbitanti weie entttlecl in and actually put into idon .i representative system nl ( invernment modelled on thai u[ England, Us Royal Letters Patent dated the 1st day ol November 1670 there islands were granted by King CharlM II to the Duke ol AI be marie and otheri at Lord Proprietors were empowered bj men l.ettrts Patent to make laws "l>y aad witli the. ailvice assent and appro, bation ol the free men of the laid Islands" fof the public estate of the laid Island! which power was duly exercised. On the j8th of October 1717 the I.onls Proprietor* surrendered the Civil and military government of tli** slid Islands to the King, HI.,1 by an I >rd< 1 "f the Kine in Council Dated tHe 15th day of July ijt8 a Geneial Assembly was Constituted for the said Islands. This General Assembly met on the 39th day of September 1729 and still continues in existence, as re present"! lo 'he present HoUM ol \seinbly. I'he-e Islands have iherefni .ilw.ixs possessed n political constitution essentially different from 'I: it possessed lv Crown Colonj u here the leu 1 iv.pn AI>I remains vested in the '< n. I 1 js differ has usually I" en ,,, ,,..,,/. %  I.v lOllstitlltionnl and 1 jsiorii I • %  1 ilei %  hut recenth p ij. ,11 of cl issifj ing the Bahan 1 1 %  nds '•" ,,-! %  r settli rl (""Ionicas i. rown ,nie and this Cl issifi Ii„s rece ve 1 official r< cognit on in I IK Regulations issued b) vour 1 lepai' 1 1 ent. II ,' me Cron Colony, by ., ( jta mineral c a sat* ianuns, i een always ex 1 edingly distasteful t 'he people ol these Islands oid if there 1one tiling on whirl, they h ive as Colonists in tin n c irporate c ipacity e-pe(-1.1 !v*[i-1 1-.I it.. "iisplves.it has 1). M Die fact that theii Colony is not %  Crown Colony The House submit th il as reg irds thr true essentials of Government in fact and in ,, in il operation, I hens is slighter kinship in tween the constitution of this Colony and that of a '"rown C ilony, than there is between the constitution of this Colony arid that of i Colony possessed of responsihle Government. The Hi use therefore respectful IJ nsk that, in the practice as well it n the publications of your De partment, some designation other than that ol Crown Colony may be found for the Bahama Islands and other Colonies similarly cir. cunwtenced, Bj order of the House, Speaker. I louse of Assembly, januai v, 1911. > Clarence Town, Long Island. Dec. 37th, 1913. Hear Mr. Editor, Christmas passed very quietly here but none the less pleasant,and on the evening of <:6tli mst. B school entertainment,—said to he the best ,ver witnessed m this Island by the ohlest inhabitants—opened with the "Grand March," Violin and Organ Duett, bv Mr. and Mrs M. P, Wells, afforded two and a hall hours of intense enjoyment, to an but wel 1 assi deserving • I i; enthusi 1 1 1 . 1 imenda mil liui, I • 1 and the onlv 1 I lability to I ing S| 1 buil %  foU is of till 1 • Attached I %  in"'1 y t h a I ; or di< I ''"" randafl '"~ f ,om numerous ol ; in the follow rks I w the program • coul red it all nigbt, It %  V'l 'lis I. VINCENT BOVVE. \ S .Jar. The Programme included Violin an d (1 gan Duetts by Mr an 1 Mi-. M E, Wells .. 1 M M. %  Wells and I. V. Bo |-,, tat ms bj Prince D< veaux, Henry M. Taylor, Muriel Min Samuel Taylor, Beatrii e I % % % %  : U slm i Major, Leon I aylor, I rington Saunders, Agatha Saunders McFarlans Wells, Edith Major, Cora Major, Madeline Rob Laura ray lot and Rebecca Minnis, Songs by the <( hool, Dialogues by James Thoinpso and Thomas Minnis; H. Howe, M. Ritchie, R. Dean, R. Wilson, Susan Minnis ; Shadrach Gibson and Marg in t Saunders ; Priscilla Mackie and Allen Mortimer ; Fitz Munroe, Harold Turnquest, Oswald Turnquest, Henry Saunders, and Henry Dean; Maude Bain, Georgiana Min Shedrach Gibson, Alphonso Major, "nl Clifton Taylor; 1 la Turnquest and 1 itc Munroe, I vald Turnquest, and Henry Saunders. ___^____ (Continued on fourth page )


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THE
TRIBUNI
Trt\
jfttUJu* iddictus |urare in verba /Ugistr
||i|KQ IIOUNI' rci \VBAR m MV limi .tAS "I- '" MAsll'K.
VOLX
.Vas.'au N. P., Bahamas Thursday January 9, 1912
So. 30
1 RON R M iMH'i C
ITug PmiiPhU
OhVI ;( ,, \l UtKKT *TKRHT
N i lu N I'.. ""'
.till
IHMLiSHEIJ IMII.V.
.1 ... \> i i<3 il) an.l FiiiUy
. Ic copy ... ... J '.
r,,. Ihi I'd i \n\ "!. 4*tti Im
If ,,,,< id
V.-..U
Inillih '" '
>! ...... I--
>UI< V-irli .. Bl
v I*1"
iV VW.I' IS .v lV \ vi i
itei Si* *ni e i ei lini
fi.i tit~t insertion thiee pence per line
< ,, .... ,mii .., ih peni v pi
lute fm tubtequenl insertion*.
ts under eitrhl Uriel i--
I ill- \ DURESS
ol
I'Im- 1 |ime ol Assembly ol the
1 '..Ili iin.* [1andi
to
RifChl Honourable L<
HarciNiit, I'. C ,M. P., Hi*
Majesty's Principal
S rret iry "I State for tlie
Colon iei
T ie Bahama 1*1 mds were i
red by the English Crown ij
... ill.-.in-lit in the early part <>f ihe
s' vrn(ranth entury ami i
quently their inhnbitanti weie en-
tttlecl in and actually put into
. idon .i representative system
nl ( invernment modelled on thai
u[ England,
Us Royal Letters Patent dated
the 1st day ol November 1670
there islands were granted by King
CharlM II to the Duke ol AI be
marie and otheri at Lord Proprie-
tors were empowered bj men l.et-
trts Patent to make laws "l>y aad
witli the. ailvice assent and appro,
bation ol the free men of the laid
Islands" fof the public estate of
the laid Island! which power was
duly exercised.
On the j8th of October 1717 the
I.onls Proprietor* surrendered the
Civil and military government
of tli** slid Islands to the King,
hi.,1 by an I >rd< 1 "f the Kine in
Council Dated tHe 15th day of
July ijt8 a Geneial Assembly was
Constituted for the said Islands.
This General Assembly met on the
39th day of September 1729 and
still continues in existence, as re
present"! lo 'he present HoUM ol
\seinbly. I'he-e Islands have
iherefni .ilw.ixs possessed n poli-
tical constitution essentially dif-
ferent from 'I: it possessed lv
Crown Colonj u here the leu
1 iv.- pn ai>i remains vested in the
' '< n.
I 1 js differ...... has usually I" en
,,, ,,..,,/. I.v lOllstitlltionnl and
1 jsiorii I 1 ilei . hut recenth
p ij. ,11 of cl issifj ing
the Bahan 1 1 ' nds '"
,,-! r settli rl (""Ionic- as i. rown
,nie and this Cl issifi
Iis rece ve 1 official r< cognit on in
I Ik Regulations issued b) vour
1 lepai' 11 ent.
II.....,' me Cron Colony, by
., ( jta mineral c a sat* ia-
nuns, i een always ex 1 edingly
distasteful t 'he people ol these
Islands oid if there 1- one tiling
on whirl, they h ive as Colonists
in tin n c irporate c ipacity e-pe-
(-1.1 !v*[i-1 1-.I it.."iisplves.it has 1). M
Die fact that theii Colony is not
Crown Colony The House sub-
mit th il as reg irds thr true essen-
tials of Government in fact and in
,, in il operation, I hens is slighter
kinship in tween the constitution
of this Colony and that of a '"rown
C ilony, than there is between the
constitution of this Colony arid
that of i Colony possessed of re-
sponsihle Government.
The Hi use therefore respectful IJ
nsk that, in the practice as well
it n the publications of your De
partment, some designation other
than that ol Crown Colony may
be found for the Bahama Islands
and other Colonies similarly cir.
cunwtenced,
Bj order of the House,
Speaker.
I louse of Assembly,
januai v, 1911.
>
Clarence Town,
Long Island.
Dec. 37th, 1913.
Hear Mr. Editor,
Christmas passed very quietly
here but none the less pleasant,and
on the evening of <:6tli mst. B school
entertainment,said to he the best
,ver witnessed m this Island by the
ohlest inhabitantsopened with
the "Grand March," Violin and
Organ Duett, bv Mr. and Mrs M.
P, Wells, afforded two and a hall
hours of intense enjoyment, to an
but wel

1 .
assi
deserving

I '
i;
enthusi 1
1 1
. 1 imenda
mil
liui, I

1
and the onlv 1 I la-
bility to I
ing S| 1
buil
foU is of till 1
Attached I
in"'- 1 y t h a I ;
or di< I ''""
randafl '"~ f,om
numerous ol ';
in the follow rks I w
the program '
coul red it all
nigbt, It
V'l 'lis
I. VINCENT BOVVE.
\ S .Jar.
The Programme included Violin
and (1 gan Duetts by Mr an 1 Mi-.
M E, Wells .. 1 M M.
Wells and I. V. Bo
|-,, tat ms bj Prince D< veaux,
Henry M. Taylor, Muriel Min
Samuel Taylor, Beatrii e I':
U slm i Major, Leon I aylor, I
rington Saunders, Agatha Saunders
McFarlans Wells, Edith Major,
Cora Major, Madeline Rob
Laura ray lot and Rebecca Minnis,
Songs by the <( hool, Dialogues
by James Thoinpso and Thomas
Minnis; H. Howe, M. Ritchie, R.
Dean, R. Wilson, Susan Minnis ;
Shadrach Gibson and Marg in t
Saunders ; Priscilla Mackie and
Allen Mortimer ; Fitz Munroe,
Harold Turnquest, Oswald Turn-
quest, Henry Saunders, and Henry
Dean; Maude Bain, Georgiana Min
Shedrach Gibson, Alphonso
Major, "nl Clifton Taylor; 1 la
Turnquest and 1 itc Munroe, I
vald Turnquest, and Henry
Saunders. ___^____ ____
(Continued on fourth page )


III
I U I it ( K I
1
The Tribune
THURSDAY JAN.
9, I |l .
rts is fighting hard
fin ,i modifi d
tion in the United Kingdom,
and is lount
the Unionist
Party. The
solid against corn-
military servi<
that if the Tori
the to push such a plan
at I 1 Electi
who would.
think twice bi
. b th ;ei
to dispai age th
I 1i itorial Army t< nds to dis-
.
But it h
even il cons
ed to, il
"I years to i reate a
.iv for ho
shou I
nus an effi ctivi for that

We have
ii" dou '. tion-
al
their :!i they
wo I .
like the
and : idum
on this
II. is foil
< ,-hich
musl
wh
N C.< '-. must be i
on a volunt
I
tin..
. i as th( >se of thi (
d on ui
rati ly shorl
riod with the colours, is n
I
i than an expeditions
I in short, a short-range re-
i army. If then 1
is n quired for the British
Empire must be a long i i
it must be of regulars
enlistm
and, for reasons of economy, I en place Vet in 'he ndvertisemeni
ire not only loM 'hi -
I. It is argued that an ar-!''"" de'*' ', but tl I;
if this m '' vl:
til
pul At
any
ii of the
I ex mi-
pie being th I
\rmy,whi< h isrelal ill."
Writing as an \
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with a xuiting ex|
iiul nun. r-iu I.in I lam-
ilton il clan
that if 1 univei : .: ,.- ,
tal consci
should not I"1 ali up issible foi mj .....
ii in
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it navwl i the
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ii n-i n in fixing .i dnlfl for the
il \\111111 be l-Mr'irld, for the
one and so lias iqi i .
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rhis i> foi the peo Nas-
sau, th it are making so n uch
unnecessary talk about "Briggs
^iii itorjum" being a place thai
endaugi rs the health of ii
/. ns, thai
for, and taking pe< pl< that h
umptiowf etc.
untruth, for in our "H- o
will : i
any one that has an info i ii
disease
!. Ill
anj form Can l
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s that we i
itemplati

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ind
if I i thai
ill la 1
i keep I
as
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our
will
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i in the evening I
rei moi
damp, tiiat the|strei
id mal
us, as th 'th !
and there is no boldi \ ind ;
f< -i the ii' H.....hoofs. I have ex-1
1-1 ienced this myself ol l.iti-.J
and began to feai that th
rong with m\
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making enq BDthei
cis. and taking ' i< >ns, I
find that others arc suffi
from the same in< onvenii n
The roundu g oj the
streets, with the sail used
for streel watering, makes it not
Mill I X
t> hi dangflpp -. I >r Hors ti
ami I Mi.i \ attent ion to this mis
e now. so thai it m
1 i futui
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Friday Night
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p uaed the free toll psovision tast
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Friday Jan 10th.
Huylers Orchestra
A Great til
Till. SECRE'I "I A LAMA
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FOI IDDEN l ITY of
\ rare chance for Ii iveis <>f .1
1 grand educational
feature
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j luartette l 'v. Satmdew, H.
Turnquest, O. Turnquest, F Mun-
ind S, (iibson;Shadrach (ii1
Fitz Munroe, Oswald and Harold
Turnquest,
Li tin by the Commissioner.
(ii >d Save the King.
MRS. ANNA J. EDWARD.
Recently arrived from Tampa,
I'm., is prepared to undertake,
DRESSMAKING,
in the latest Fashi
In addition, Mrs. Edw itda alao is
.1 Specialisi in
II MR STRAIGH IENING.
and sohc ts the patronage of the
r.il public m \Ik, lugra'sim,
BLUE HILL ROAD.
Notice of Removal.
WII HAMS' BAH WII.W SHOE
STORE.
THE business known as Wil.
liam's Bah imian Shoe Mi re
Hay St, under the offices of
is K. II. Sawyer .* Co. is be-
111: removi d ti> those more commo-
dious premi es i few doors below
it present occupation hAM lately
puichastd by E. W. I". Mi I.....ton
F '!.. at 277, 279 Bay SI under the
name of.
WILLIAMS'
WHOLESALE WD RETAIL
SHOE ESTABLISHMENT.
I he store is rilled Up until all
tiie modern improvements el an
up-to-d it Shoe Stow on a large
11 id I business will be con.
ducti d with ve.\ much more faci
lity .mil convenience tn patroosea
peciall) (ban heretofon .
A large supply of TR WELLING
TRUNKS, HAGS, DRESS SI-11
CASES, VALISES AND SAT.
(Ill I S will sir I be kept on hand
as .1 M-ii :in,-.
"I he Whol tale I <> partrnant is an
Addition to the business iq tli" new
location and distributers or small
rs hi the line will do well i,
1 i-it Ibis 1 >' pirtMieir and question
purrs before placing their orders
abroad or purchasing elsewhere
This UP-TO-DATE SHOE
STORE will be opened f' r inspec-
tion to the public at any lime el
ter the 1st Jany. 1013. and (or bus.
mess on about i$th inst with a
Band of Music in attendance in the
sftenvton ind eveningof thai date
WILLIAMS'
WHOLESALE Wl> KM I \|I
SHOE ESTAB1 ISHMENT.
277 and tjq Ii iy St.
Nassau N". I".
I 11 VII WIAS I IMBE
( 1 IMP \\Y. I.I'M III'.
VR I iCK' H. SU I IO.M
Mn, to E-ist ^tieei, -I
For Sale or Rent.
rl IOSE d-siralil.! premises gl
Nicolls Pi vi., Andros Island
Suitable for Outfitting or the pur-
( Ii ise of Sponge.
pn rTiciiTanHfppi^rt^
I'llll.ll' \ I RF.CO,
Remember
If yon are thinking of building
If, thai m e will sell l<>r 1 e
m xi a -. k a fa ii gi nd< id No
I" loom g, Siding and hall imh
eel 11II:.
i I. I'.-i 10 I SPl I 1 A>H
You will uoi li.i\e .1 cliaih like
this (or Si i i hi i- ;i> llie
\| m ill be starting up mi the 151I1
.1 from \hen 1 n e will I e cairy-
jng "in' 11-11.il n fjck "I Ni 1 grade
of Mi /' f,
N< iW l< THE I l\ll I' > BUY,
We drsire m thank 1 "ii
kind p.' t-
ron i| 11 i 1 '(I .' ind to wish
, I
ni go J 11 111. foi 191 1. 'A e 1 an
v mi I hilt aK W e II IV-- Tied In
I -II III 11- past, Si 1 \\ ill
d 11 1 he futti y hi -p<'
fi share ni i in cusl
Wl would inform all who appreciate a Good Smoke that we
have on hand an 1 r tensive Si.nl- ol IUV\\\i K". ^RS
miirantei our brand to be made ol the finest llaviuia and Sum
Wrappers, and Havana I'iller* throughout. w
Tin- 1 1 sare manufactured on oui premises by skilled wnrki
and re;. 1 pains an* tak**u 10 produce 11 aiticle of superioi qualify.
The success we have ">ei ,v'''' "' Hie pa si leads us confidently to ex
the palionaue nl c |. I. SAI NDERS & Co.
\U\ Stn
I
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Clifton Hotel.
Nassau, \. P. Bahamas.
Open for the Season.
November, 1012.
With / Modern tmpmvetMMtt
Rates #2.50 and upwards.
1 last of Service.
fdward s\r\m.!)<,
Manager,
A
f-^ a xjr \\ I' your <>I<1 sol
JJyiiailllte* Hand Chairs repai
1 ui-.-sii -,.ppiv jui r.-crive. ;ill(1 re-canea
Us SChr. -II H.ie Ihllhl -;.tisf.-,.ini (lu-iriinte.-i .
For^leby MTlVio GKX/TBETH
(HAS. i-. \i.iuin or "Tribune Office.
DEWARS
'WHITE LABEL'
WHISKY
Cheap
and
Good. 3^
J^.A
I POLISH
VOl CAN
Will I DIE
U 1 MOS'l
CONFIDEtiCl
Among* the Families
of STOUT
Meuxs Stout
Light and Nourishing
S THE OLDEST AND ALWAYS HAS THE I.FA
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