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I I! TR I 1 %  t \ i he Tribune SATl RDAY JAN. u, i Wlii) Uraanac for rgi ; ning N v\ i : sition <>f Hi' British Ei ions ua< \ lid down iliFirst Lord in VI lany in ships of t as to its I I., \ ain the First Lord d that as the valui "I pre I 'i ights lim d, to incn our I ri 'In i i rovided for.' In t D ilj Mail V'eai B< i H. vV. \ . It ma ill i. ountn in hi of her 111' li!>, .in.! i i in vain, i id i Mai dly, and their ifl I I %  i %  :: i I i ingup for 1 rii a will o rui H I en pre-Di Bui pal ifl i nd W a f1ei i taki || | Mai Hie I h ; I II ision Its tei uslj to min jl 1 i. nol %  now. rhe Govi rnmeni is | ly often in the im nd thei i bull :\ finds its billet. ••* I %  ; tor of olS V. 'HI I II loth*i ["his kin I itiou 11 %  11 i %  i i 111 %  road should snreh I ttefuli) im i i. We ti u much i. i resl Mr. I is I ij build i in. -•* Wi I • %  sal thi ujjh niand i lual. \Vi I I i I, Mr mid loo] I i i I i i 11 %  ler-L; til a II! iFL" IRIDA • ed i! the i I I-Ml. \\ I fol : ill • HI i "i laboui manyha\ but I ili' I I If it I I i I !lh I and I he |. S. Jo I • ll ms to in 11 a\ when tin \ ci ;un and la d tin i i I n %  l al : %  Vn i I i IP' I In; :' | I I : : i tlm, I i i I now thai tl a .la %  I In I I i s. |V I i>' lock, a. 1111 \ -third a inivi r-ai\ of tin ide. .•* tiago" ; p.m. to v 3 "s 11: %  iiled fi irk -• p.m. t<>


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l! I K I I Mr. 'I D eaux .Kill public will t, .* II l.c I >ur i I ; ii ii to ii 1. and upon Mi A .•* : r Mian -% A 1 %  •. A. Pi '. L Not li. J. W. K Hall, M Mitthi i !. \i |. I B i i 1: .1 I' II. A. I il. I Fox, H. C. Ui I Heron, Mr lc< lusland, Mi Mrs. I son; M J G : VI I.. is, Henry < Ki I. W its, H. ( G r.it.Wilford; R v.P.J.C •. I >lga %  I II i K I Hin Bu I Lillian I 1 in Coi fia J, D. I laines, |olm (iibsi n. \ %  ton I tames, 11 i Km iwl \\ ilham and Mosi Pinder, I is, and B, 1 Iin Yacht "Inia II | d this 1 rning from Ml urn. I lie Mol I.." will le ivi for Miami on Wedne morning. Till-. DUMB FRI it'E iu, N. P, I' I rprisc I \ I ill in ui. I I tor. 1 i pris i \ 11 i i p of I Let l I i %  n| 1 nl I and c intli I through tin pil dei I and i the di ) b> the drivi i ca isa a new |J ipei I|J they 'Mill b • along the pr lines "I '. i" interest* d in i I i wagon providi 1 for convej ing sh< ep, etc Wli.it has I i I "in mdcnl -i v of it, it an obsti u tion in the I 'ublicMai k>t roadway, in other words "rusting out," ing out. Y< mrs truly, TENDER HEAR I. C'.JRI : IAS IN MIW1I u p I i 11 lit if th n rival. i lu in I %  n %  P. I il\ ol is ah i V %  i I %  %  in i A. P. Holl but (Mil; Loi %  11 i-li %  i I t : I f \ I ) I .V7.lv. i %  Wl> I I vv %  / 11i — %  Loi I \di i ih it the A n iano| il ill solve m ike M \ Ii'i, 9. \ I 1 lie opp isil ion in %  thai position to1 liidi.i lors He ill retin I ic life at the dissolutioi 'I nli'ii nndnn, 9. Ri • in ol tlie United Kingdi m j the B 1 ird of trade fig ires With total in ports o\\ EMPLOYMENT For Every and Any one • Time 'ii t. \ 1 : iheir %  1 %  ] |. S. NOTICE. I Free a V %  ii anoi 1 %  '.'. i 15th pn 1 7 Conditions Use 1 | al Write plain. Period 1 ,h w ait r evi iv %  entencc. Not allowed 1 Ever; I %  begin with a CH pi t a I letter. N Your name countt a* %  I and spelling will bo con1 d by the judges. Disintei ide al Willi Retail Shoe I il lishn 1 Bay St. one I Bank "f Canada. Po %  foi thi 1 mi "• '•••ill irnished.



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Sp broughl Dp from the depth* >s great ., Feet below surface <>f the oce m at1 of glass my manufactured by nsol great beauty, with it. ..i in tracer) more ; | ri ii el il than c ml 1 be the most practiced hu Is Nothing wat knw iddle %  I | ,.,,t | ll is on | quite recently thatsciei determined them tobetniesp OR with A v i ; "" ol S,,,CH < ll "! princ p fral substance ol whi I I'tiis discover) is due to the ebold, imens obtain" | waters (l the coast of Jap* th several of them l. I,,.. ntrw,where he demon How scientists th truth "I his claim. rmi h i I I >PP le with ill'examples on the botioi ya whei III Notice of RemovalWll L1WIS' BAUXMIAN > IKE. T ill business known as Williain s Bahamian ShoeSl w ,n Pay St un % %  <%  • %  •••!• I currents and otb< i „,„ ,cupntiori and I purchased IWRIW Mel | ta ) .t under the %  Wll I l\MS" WHOLESALE VNI) ' A r ,L I i \HLlsHMt\T. • , '>'h .'il : ni V "'• up-i • vi i m : ' ,-, IV,' |fTRWELlI>G rRtJNK P is DREsh Hi El "" l '"'" i nun re manul .. the pairo i use "' '""• I H %  kill' • S\| SHEWS a Dynamite. \ FWEsH supply jus' /\ HN schr "Hattie PH.IIUS Kur sali CHAs. K VLBUR^ I HI-! \-< INS L) \ HKIsTM \S IS f IL i ihritie %  I i hristie. s I CAN NE SHU distui if their poss : '' i> plicate fil • lU i of the discover | • the scii tothisextraordm animal an 1 mini i jn A lS Hyalenei i II Mirabilis. [To be i intinui >l.) %  | ,nn ad.lit ntotl „ small ., ; il., w. I to rtn order. i |..in.|.\ll. *H I STO li.N1 to I ii 15*" ";' " Wlini Es\1 E SD RE XIISHi K I %  %  %  I IV.y St. \.i--. iu S. P. PASSAGE DEWAR 'WHITE LABEL WHISKY • i Remember 11 • Mini • hil U \Xt I '•" |EN D' 'i I t(M| ;ui(l under & %  V J> — — — — 1 yr. 1 ,i use,th ve nils. f h „ u \ '' "' i Ifii. e"l • • I FIIHII -'. Si.l • hall ,, %  : • Hi rellmi _. ....... M..,I \. I Bs. |d. P ">' CA S you will noi have H cli m ' i| us |, some time '" on e as the M il| be •• irtii ; i''*" '5 ,n ,,,, l from then on %  il I e carry. ,„ K ,,uiusual stock "f No i fmds of IUI '' • ,,,,-,\, ,w i> rni'I IME IO III i. We. desire. I thank V"U fin voui kind p.'irnnaxe during iota m I ..in i* %  • %  rs, men I al n | .nod thimei '' i i93A ' r,u .,.. t „ thai %  we have irn d in .-,. von in di" past, so .< wi I ,1., MI ihe futurea '" I"' |,„ l| w,||i custo I, THE BAHAMAS II OMPASY. LIMITED, ,uruu ii. am ION Mi, in Kaat -itiei'. Mn i Nassau, N. P., : n i ''3 l rui K\ SPOUTING CLUB I. O. O. S. & D. of S. II.I K iv< .. Picnic -ii II. II • %  .II I I : •i m. In 'i I "f S l! '"• ,'„.,,!subsciiption l %  l ^Refresh i ents ill ''' ,,kl lickets sold hj Secretary an I ... i-l l.l.l R HBsi S M y. Good. W Among the Fami of STOUT r / /. lilB For Sale or Rent, rHOSE I Nil II %  i <" %  %  %  ,sl '" -. ^ f il.. nui .it Suitable f"i < 'utfntin • e of spmi| r,i ,. i'in ui H Bppi iMIHIl' V it the p i • i RE' %  %  — 3 -, %  Light and Nourishing 1^ T I For OLDEST V>W ALWAYS HAS Result Adven in The "Tril



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• r n iW S We >umatra 1 i\ Stre •1 CO LING. Q) I o %  -C r n a) 11 u ^1 (D wm\ +l &§/ V) & %  r •- ww fe ,£ iriK %  'OL* TRIBUNE JKul ius Lddictus |urar in verb* jyCagist' • n ,iAS >P MO MASTER .Vas?au //. P., Bahamas Saturday January 11, J9i3 .Vo 23 li H'l't ( I I il( ^ H iVitlHM n:.: \ F MM I v., | '.! I i i %  I i • Hall > X Y \ '. i IN V IV • 1 \ • R • v %  I \ i %  linci |i. From th i' Nev i I I in. Wi iui.l i PREMIER i i (MEDIAN. • •i in IJ liav< l ii ili crui I rat to ti e upon t r,nil< CO i • I .'.it; i.'al Id, h iwei ei m my ol its bri^lit..-! li.i ve p issed to ilu' I i '.;.il,ix\ ilie mi nil %  m, til" I 1 Sin US I ii or %  %  irbit, I i III \ ei ' i 111 -1 \liavi othei laj liki I r | | i l %  %  ,, %  i i I : i ilu of the I %  I" i mntty, ' %  ' 'indimme I and with his vigoi unIni 5ll I'll III|i | Lll M'\' still ii lie nii'inil iv "I Us V"'.U' I : ier coined iin, Berl A. Williams v | .i |. nig lei m ontr id willi l : l.i I, Berl Willi ins is in ic.'ility lha stai "I llie st;u \ .1.; .. %  i'gation and is playing ht|y to st mding roo n only crowds at 111New York Theatre, \ v; .. ol his ii"it in the populai rlivertisemenl ii to review Berl Willi imi foi the lasl de :ad< as the peei less, mo erudite and most n.itu; illy and technically fur.ny in in in tbe world oI make believe lo day I le lias rea he I the zenith oi the >|i Hired man's rise in Amei ica %  thi irical ffl. and tl i I nusi red b) i n ol tins %  : color line, uc |[ i ve ili' e facl "I i I n l coni| '. but lessi 1 %  Williams is too ni a j a • American people and his %  e 11 k no w n I th a n a a 11< re I is : i |e •'. is born ill \ SSau. H.ih.iiii is, \Vi -I I\l vo j %  parents ll I the I III Y : • the boy is (ti lionl until he about 16 years old, lb • V II k I h Sixth avenue for i few years West to California and s. 11 %  • our ni the principal ii I lere the li v again en'eied the high sclm which he HI idu ited, 1le then tookj ikl eep%  nployed in a Cabfiirni i bank. 1 .: i Williams i d i \ -ic-rn i ollege. He reins >l ihaie till he went to work. nl ni i ami the the it re, his ti ne w is -|> nt al t playl i met "lit ed [., %  ier. rhey I irni i ye I about the i %  in HI -ii* lift 1 %  II '• it w is soon learned ih.it ll -\ ha 1 H bright futncal I manj sti %  n the West, Willis is & W ilk i sni i %  ded and • i Mi \ Y irk Citv, where played .it Koster Bi Is for 36 \i id • elds,..f their tei 11 with K nd i". they joined I lie I Bug in I appeare 1 at the Casino rheatre, Broadway aod (8th streel Williams, while at s.. ( iati d ith W ilker, appe ired in the follow in,' pi iys : "Seneg imbi in larnival," ''A Lucky Coon," rhe palicy Plaj rrs," "Sens of I lain," "In Dohonii'v," M'\-Mm 1," "Bandanna l and starred alone in "Mr Lode ol Koal." Wrote practically all of Ins earlj song successes such Ins "You Ain't Sn Warm," "D ra 1 tin' Mo" Like the ; lay," "Medi"All 1 loin' I 'nt and mi In," "Why I lon'l "i 1 ; : ; %  .1 Youi 1 Iv. n," I hem 1 1 Eyes," "The ( i host "I etc also all the music foi I. ite so includ1 t li '. %  1 "J HI .:, M in, %  iming Mr. is has a most < xt 1 ning in inv MI e ..... II 1 .1 • 1 n-iii: I. %  .Vaverlj 1 Edinind \. M of S '"1 St. R .. 1! Arch aud is ent of ." His Ulei t as a %  n t run along >. im; for such lyric as "Island ol Bj "Whj \.l on Sin S IFNCB DISCI IVERS I'M \ I" SPONGES \RE REAI IV GL KSS. I'h, po| I 1 Bponge is fa tough, fibrous.p irous subsl with a re for l>ing liquids, M my underit tn be the subaqueous %  which a coli my ol small sni • build lor their ho n I M ire acquainted with (he disco :e tl %  age is 1 a s ili watei anim il with p ires in Iv wall, which, when dried • %  m in. I tli. nsed • ,fiei parts and h :omes ih" sponge ol commen rhe recently discovered fact that on the bottom of the deep sea in certain localities the body wall <>( li> in : sponges is actually composed of glass seems ineredible. Vel this is perfectly true. At those great depths, where tlie pressure of the surrounding water amounts to many hundreds of pounds to the square inch, the soft and pliable animal of shallow a/at( is is transformed into glass and yet it lives and inutiphes as ordinary sponge Jo. I his ]• a most remark.ible and interesting example ol the real relationship in nature of animal vegetable ami mineral substances. (Continued on fourth page,)


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Title: The Tribune.
Uniform Title: Tribune. (Nassau, Bahamas).
Alternate Title: Nassau tribune
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Language: English
Publisher: Tribune
Publication Date: Saturday, January 11, 1913
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TRIBUNE
JKul ius Lddictus |urar in verb* jyCagist'
n ,iAS >P MO MASTER
.Vas?au //. P., Bahamas Saturday January 11, J9i3
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From th i' Nev
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I in. Wi iui.l i PREMIER
i i (MEDIAN.
i in ij liav< l.....ii ili
crui I rat to ti e upon t
r,nil< CO i I .'.it; i.'al
Id, h iwei ei m my ol its bri^lit-
..-! li.i ve p issed to ilu'
I
i '.;.il,ix\ ilie mi nil
m, til" I1 Sin US I ii or.
irbit,
I i iii \ ei ' i '!
111 -1 \- liavi
othei laj liki
I r | | i l ,, i i I : i
ilu of the I '
I" '
i mntty, ' 'in-
dimme I and with his vigoi un-
Ini 5ll I'll III- |i | Lll M'\' still
ii lie nii'inil iv "I Us V"'.U' '
I : ier coined iin, Berl A.
Williams
v | .i |. nig lei m ontr id
willi l:l.i I, Berl Wil-
li ins is in ic.'ility lha stai "I llie
st;u \ .1.;.. i'gation and is playing
ht|y to st mding roo n only
crowds at 111- New York Theatre,
\ v; .. ol his ii"it in the populai
rlivertisemenl ii to review Berl
Willi imi foi the lasl de :ad< as the
peei less, mo erudite and most
n.itu; illy and technically fur.ny
in in in tbe world oI make believe
lo day
I le lias rea he I the zenith oi the
>|i Hired man's rise in Amei ica
thi irical ffl. and tl i I nusi
red b) i n ol tins
: color line, uc
|[ i ve ili' e facl "I
" i I
n l coni| '. but
lessi 1 '
Williams is too ni a j a
Ame-
rican people and his
e 11 k no w n I th a n a
a
. 11< re
I is :
i |e '. is born ill \ SSau. H.ih.i-
iii is, \Vi -I I- \l vo j
, . parents ll I the
I III
Y : the boy
.....is (ti lionl until he
about 16 years old, lb
V ii k I h
Sixth avenue for i few years
West to California and s. 11
our ni the principal ii I lere
the li v again en'eied the high
sclm which he hi idu ited,
1le then tookj ikl eep-
nployed
in a Cabfiirni i bank.
1 .: i Williams i
. d i \ -ic-rn i ollege. He reins -
. >l ihaie till he went to work.
nl ni i ami the the it re,
his ti ne w is -|> nt al t
playl
. i met "lit
ed
[., ier. rhey I irni i
ye I about the i
in hi -ii* lift 1 ii ' it w is soon
learned ih.it ll -\ ha 1 h bright fu-
tncal I
manj sti n the West, Wil-
lis is & W ilk i sni i ' ded and
i Mi \ Y irk Citv, where
. played .it Koster Bi Is for 36
'
\i id elds,- ..f their tei 11 with
K nd i". they joined I lie
I Bug in I appeare 1 at the
Casino rheatre, Broadway aod
(8th streel Williams, while at
s..( iati d ith W ilker, appe ired in
the follow in,' pi iys :
"Seneg imbi in larnival," ''A
Lucky Coon," rhe palicy Plaj
rrs," "Sens of I lain," "In Doho-
nii'v," M'\-Mm 1," "Bandanna
l and starred alone in "Mr
Lode ol Koal." Wrote practically
all of Ins earlj song successes such
Ins "You Ain't Sn Warm," "D ra
1 tin' Mo" Like the
; lay," "Medi-
"All 1 loin' I 'nt and
mi In," "Why I lon'l
"i 1 ; : ;. .1 Youi 1 Iv. n,"
I hem
1 1 Eyes," "The (ihost "I
etc also all the music
foi I. ite so includ-
1 t li '. 1
"J hi .:, M in, iming
. "
Mr. is has a most < xt
1 ning in inv mie
..... II 1 .1 1 n-iii-
: I. .Vaverlj 1 Edin-
ind \. M of S '"1
St. R .. 1! Arch
. aud is ent of
." His Ulei t as a
n t run along >. im-
; for such lyric as "Island
ol Bj "Whj \.l on Sin
S IFNCB DISCI IVERS I'M \ I"
SPONGES \RE REAI IV
GL KSS.
I'h, po| I 1 Bponge is
fa tough, fibrous.p irous subsl
with a re for
l>ing liquids, M my under-
it tn be the subaqueous
which a coli my ol small sni
build lor their ho n I M
ire acquainted with (he disco
:e tl age is 1
a s ili watei anim il with p ires in
Iv wall, which, when dried
m in.I tli. nsed
,fiei parts and h :omes
ih" sponge ol commen
rhe recently discovered fact that
on the bottom of the deep sea in
certain localities the body wall <>(
li> in : sponges is actually composed
of glass seems ineredible. Vel this
is perfectly true. At those great
depths, where tlie pressure of the
surrounding water amounts to
many hundreds of pounds to the
square inch, the soft and pliable
animal of shallow a/at( is is trans-
formed into glass and yet it lives
and inutiphes as ordinary sponge
Jo. I his ] a most remark.ible and
interesting example ol the real re-
lationship in nature of animal veg-
etable ami mineral substances.
(Continued on fourth page,)


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SATl RDAY JAN. u, i
Wlii) Uraanac for rgi ;
. ning
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lid down
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in ships of t
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thai position to-
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ill retin I ic life at the
dissolutioi 'I nli'i-
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ol tlie United Kingdi m
j the B 1 ird of trade fig ires
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EMPLOY-
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Conditions Use 1 |
al Write plain. Period 1
,h w ait r evi iv entencc. Not
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Your name countt a*
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and spelling will bo con-
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ide al Willi
. Retail Shoe I il
lishn 1 Bay St. one
I Bank "f Cana-
da.
Po foi thi 1 mi " 'ill
irnished.


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broughl Dp from the depth* >s great
. ., Feet below
surface <>f the oce m at-1 of glass
my manufactured by
nsol great beauty, with
it. ..i in tracer) more
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the most practiced hu
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I, | ,.,,t | ll is
on| quite recently thatsciei
determined them tobetniesp or
with a v i ;"" ol S,,,CH< ll"!
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whi I
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- ebold,
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waters (l the coast of Jap*
th several of them l.
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How scientists th
truth "I his claim.
rmi h i I I >PPle
with ill'- examples on the botioi
ya whei
III
Notice of Removal-
Wll L1WIS' BAUXMIAN >
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Till business known as Wil-
liain-s Bahamian ShoeSl w
,n Pay St un ., &C. is be.
ing removed to tlmse more c,,mi
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w
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have "n l an
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you will noi have h cli m '
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M il| be irtii ; i''*" '5,n
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,K ,,ui- usual stock "f No i fmds
of IUI '' ,,,,-,-
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We. desire. I thank V"U
fin voui kind p.'i-
rnnaxe during iota m I
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n| .nod thimei '' i i93- A'' r,u
.,.. t thai - we have irn d in
.-,. von in di" past, so .< wi I
,1., mi ihe futurea '" I"'
|, l| w,||i custo I,
THE BAHAMAS II
, OMPASY. LIMITED,
,uruu ii. am ion
Mi, in Kaat -itiei'. Mn i
Nassau, N. P.,
: n i ''3
l rui K\ SPOUTING CLUB
I. O. O. S. & D. of S.
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lickets sold hj Secretary an I
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OLDEST V>W ALWAYS HAS
Result Adven
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