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III''. I R I B U N I. The Tribune THURSDAY JAN. i 4 1913. Lord Charles Beresford has i\ in-; a ation at the hands ol Mr. Win irchill in the British II of ( is. The Noble |l i 9 u ve *h des ol \\; %  theUnTonist pi heH although he is air,-, .ppearsl Ian e and a man .with a disappointed ambition. Lord I has been -I. much cui stituenciesmust.asawhole, ; %  x sault occasioning actual bodily harm, 110J Elisha Marshall, Burglar). rhe following Inforn ati< ns called. No. J Samuel < %  \nderson, Forgery. The A won before a Unionist return to real pow ta .Bis marck united the agrarian and in inufai taring interests bi I he carried Proti I ion in manv. Mr Bonar Law is rinding a averybard tasktounit. these I''. N 1 Guilty. two interests in < Ireal Bi 1' tin. '.'ill ri.t len 1 supp No. 5 Thorn IS Ni A man, ("ar11 il know led ol girl u ars ol age. I he A I I' adi 'I "(iuilty." No. 1 I 1 %  •, in 1 Deveaux, %  : ipag ind 1. I'll! ">''' """ l re*'Kntion ol tin t ,„ should heartilj rl the first Sea Lord ol the Admiral,,„,. forrnaki xist ty (Sir Fi hasbeen making out that dis: with the First I Lord Ch ; it. When brought to I u Mr, Churchill I I I oulcl produ e no authorit 1 foi Mich a at,an,! when Mr. Churchlull read the m with Admiral Bi it ,1 up to 1 %  ion, it • < uld be plain: that the state of the First Si a L h, alth was a vi son. Sir Iran 1 s was asked to foi ea ;ons of HIuudi sirable to man in contn .\ i> l e following is a by Mi. C tag niing I re popular and efficii nt. Oui med winter \ isitor 1 %  Hon. IX C. Bi 1 \ %  '1 I a I 1 r oil his ire al • ime. I Mail sti morning from 11 1. and procei I S vV. li iv i. Mr : les I %  .. McKenzi**, and 85 in • f, >r Ni W "> I from New York this ,11 irnin,• ind pro to av, 1 I 1 South West Bi .•* ly 1 I iw him I Foi I teami • liami" it s to bi to morrow i 1 id ,.. 1 7th .• 01 IN TillSUPREME C< >UR I of whom it is t said tli it bi I inry Session 191 ; do not know I what th< y an ig to a. m. they do : 1 not know what they His Honour I). 1 and hen th l down they C, 1 I H IOUI do not know uh.-n they In F. C. \\i IK Durrant K I said. ral ; 11. I : ; \ saull /bodily 1 .. • No. 10. Eli 1 lai y. Accused pi mation X". 1 s imuel 1 i 1 i n, %  eed ,, I with. \\ : • Wil Felix Petty, Josej \ I i inelled. James I Si 1 A V I Betl I M B Id, V\ J I %  • \\ I. WhiteI \nr r, 1 \. Bethel I' oreman. I ie J %  :. 1 iting disci until 3 p. n This 1 • '. lerson jands In F. Petty for 2 < a at 1 City A \ signatun is obtained which is with hi on the ;, Inn h< h dgi ol tin ordei flu jurj n tn "v aradtlir, ora Court allowed the 1 lea "I < iuiltj to be w • drv n. Tin 1 in } in 1


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IK' I IH\ E C \l'.l EGRAMS. his wife sentem ed to | months hard labour. I Elisha Marshall Breaking in ; ,i„| ing sisal; seflenced to New Yrk, 14.—Fifty lawyers 9 months hard labour^ ul "' 1 l"' to obtain for their clients Court adjourrja until 2 p.m. mo, i! "";", .' ^ foi I' ss ,,1 lire and pioperty on me T, ,. , .. litanic, were arrayed against .itTl resumed its sitting ,„ rnevs fol he v Line in Information No. 8 Melbourne ihe United States District Court b. Laroda Indecent assault, • e expiration <>l the 1 IIIIMI %  t b) iurt I'M filing 1 I |( Jury ftas emsuit*. Ibe hunt was extended to pam Hi : ; Arthui B Sutton.Jolui F< bru.irj 1 itb. 11 eld, A. Baki r,G 1 I son, Geo. VV. Ai ZJi. r "'' s "nfo II I rll| ||| %  11 in the Ni it-1' •!-! Will ll II -II.II'MI ", I'll II .1 l nd sv J '"' %  %  %  '•' %  " • ll,.HII 1 [in i" waiting dis. until in. un I ridaj morniu ,.1 nme. 1 ial 1 % %  1 . • • t ui,.,| I he Jury rel • a \ i-nli< t n| 1 mi. lenl f The 'he 1 I aj lot ( VI • I. K Am"in \, li I thi Carl Sturh 1 MI up III; • to 2 VI i ': %  %  It I 111 I until 1 i %  irning, %  II' \ .11 1 iE Ol \--l MBI Y Notii r MI Mnii>ius 1 n[912, ( >U( Mi. \V. C. B. Johnson. 1. I low in.li. \ 1 oni 1 I 'i is e of th< 1 ing A n 3. Ha the Lig I 11 making 01 ng the 1 4. If f wh.it am unl has I I iaid .1 '1 in hom ? t Committi Mi W lo take into 1 n %  1 Lew 1J. K l foi .1 n fund "I payments made to the w idi and 1 )i phans Fun Mr. Sends Un His I n sMessagi N n 1 "j>_\ of .1 Hi solutiiin passi d by tin ^ ; ol C01 .in %  .it the io ni 1 the H 1 itli the ol obtaining .1 grant 1 I I I %  Sitting 5 a curt vn j 11 ml canal, coi led I I tin %  -li ulcl ne i 'mi ; • : I InIS awai EXPERIENCE brings conviction. Millions of housewives are daily using Sunlight Soap. .* To them the fact that it is the best has passed beyond the region of argument. It has become an experience. SUNLIGHT SOAP 1 1 THE si M K.nr WV M I \ 'Ml III-' 1 li ol Ir.iillii'i; lie Brim %  the 1 I, I 111, ii tier five or six 1 1 .:i, dV. |IITHIS U| Vustrian naval II the Auv 1 I 111 V 1 I' 1.1 1 me will %  : 1 new type, 1 I st 11 build. R () Y A I. Grand Feature Show Friday Jan 17th Huylers Orchestra si \\< 11\ vr8:15. 1. "HARBARINI I historia 1 1 1 1.1t s\ 11 i sun to pie R uses 1 m s 1 > I by Prof. Von l 3. HOME MADS MINCE I'll-." \ i' 1ed\ of I 4. I' it V 111 I 1 %  t 1 v 1 5 ROUB'F.kY" HJ 11, Requ-st Si ful I'M 11 i lure. 1 \ u talk in it'iou my name" l-v Pi \ I HK MINI IT.ACHf U" 111 i ful I (ram 1 acteo in In; p u. s. \. 1 stra Pi ;-. I.ond 11, 14.—I I I.it esonl 1 (nm the Unit, ins oil lillll I 'hi g to Mis I'.II.U.UI-I, will I I I • ,bl ' hamberol ,. ,,. ,-„. f ranc | n 111 w 11:1 %  11 111 %  1111:1 (.I \ Hieli .I MTI mien depi ids I l's 1. Ill si I I I li 1 it in odComnien .• to defray thi s nl an exhibit at the 11 • I iitu Exhibition. I'.11 Is Si 1 ood Reading And Committal Mi. S.i II. i A bill 1 ami ml I I nsions Ac 1 1 I In id RoaJUng And i' A bill iiT* onsolid tte amend thi I lating lo the n i tration 'il linilis and Deaths, ri .11 h il"1 1 immittee st, M,. ,,t end of 1 he in xl eek, e fate will the I • |ns ni xl 11} "i woi king w omen and li" fi preventatives "I the w i us politual union. MR. ANNA J. EDWARDS. ntly arrived fn un 1 impa, I ,1,, is prepared to uuderl DKt>bMAKlN< ., in the latest lashiims. In addition, Mis. fcdwaids also is 1 >peci ilist in HAIR -I u i\ ni I LNING. and sol 11 its the p itrnage. ol • M ; 1 Igl 1I1 Oil, I'd.I I. IIII I R( IAD. IMPERIAL Friday's Grand Pro --ramme. 4 Reels of Exceellent Pictures AI so OUR 1 RII'ND •L'S illVD, I 1 INT Ml >S lll\l. I'U< IF Ri >\ S IN \'i \ 1 u'li.ocrisM. PRl IF. R( IGERS INC-n II Si INGS AND Mi INI (LOG 'I od. is. \ I'N iSSAU'SONLY IIII.M RE Clifton Hotel. Nassau, X. I'. Ilahamas Openfor the Season. November, 1912. thai Modern Itnpi Rates—$2.50 and upwards. Best 1 St, I DWARD SAUNDF.RS, Manager, NOTIC E. T I l l-s is to inform my Patrons and the Public in General that 1 have <>i" ni d my Public k Smith Shop; and am now lo anything in tin Geneial te| : or new work 1 i All work done Mechanically. P. \ Huvler, 533 Baj Strei t. East (Wl



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V I I! :• • \ K \\ n tin \ return d, kiwi i il i' ie 11. i II. i iUl he ir the I • clock, si itiemive litAl leri "Thi floati HIIPI in ne I hi hate island i 'Ami, as inwi ii or more than the men. Bui ili'' fun of •' ng had nut • | lusion. I he mosj in • : gilt was the ribbon drill which followi High on ;i buntn ated hung twentj four vario of ribbon held i MI Ie mi i and ladies, I hi waj in w IIM h the drill e> Iremely grand, Ihe I Ihe M lenl audience beii g i ivi ted on the motions of the a %  irmii s, I he singing of Ihi Natii nal An concln led tl e fesl ivil les i >l PI to-beIi %  day. Rut the are still tal king ol explicit!) grand time Ihi j pent in old Arthur's Town on New Vi ar's ^ ouis 11iilv. (Missl MARY I C iMPBELL. EMPLOYMENT For Every and Any one and All the Time on W. -' %  ' %  if work is | %  M -i ol th. work is • ' %  i. : i resid S ami \( >\lM.I I) lit I ( i • %  %  Too |. S, I II\N{)\ Xi' ; i \ 1' H AVE vow ..Id o s "R VHP and Chairs i :• *-*& 1Jt A y i i te. and pe-cane i \PPI.Y i i. 'I or Tt une" < b i Remember \"I 71". would inform all vhoapprc. I f you are th mg \\ hiv ,„, hafK | .\\\ \ IGA .that we M d tti be m FOP Sale or Rent. I 'HOSF I I ' \ii i ililr foi i 'ulhiting or i chase of ^| I HI I • | |cl N. CHAMPAGNE CATERER I "i ii-''.' ren \ i iter for P Dim I i MIS. I 'i S itisl %  '. A .ii'ii i \; II t!i\-o\, '(:'., %  i \.' I'IMII %  JK. — \4 | %  No ?, V ami H ivanfl 1'illei Siding and hall mi Ii , ,, -' %  '' i %  t 11. %  ' %  1 I.MDILAM1 we [: ', ill nut h i. x 0 : 5th _^___——-_ ——————————— i ' %  I V IS THI I IMI I'O 111 V. \Yi 't; 1 ' I ol %  • I %  %  | \ I (Mill IPAXY. LIM1TI l' \l< I II R Ii. St' l I PASSAGE i I VRS I : I* |. %  %  • I P. Jan i-', 1913 umatl M >tr 'WHITE ISABEL' WHISKY %  ;. m •1 W. A. Mather I Mil HI \'.IK. D |?S| R • form his fi iend* I the P •' %  MM 11 1 • in %  %  n 11 earn • % %  %  I %  1 Chaap and Good. r" r —' :.F;DEM _. m Among* the Families' of STOUT /. 0 -A [ %  > T I O D' ? S"I \V> VLW VYS II \ i THE I M For Result Advertise in The "Tribun



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i ts We SU'i li I -I C£ D 5* CD P •3 3 cr 0) rt(0 CD* a. 0 (D 0) H ^ 4 £%A [til iu~ iddicia: verba _\'..-.. .. iW EAR DOO 4AS Ol I 0 M IS! BR. rot* Nasf&u N. P., Bahamas Thursday January 1C, 79i3 Wo. 36 i i lit i-C.i, O'CI N PUBLISH i I i I -' I 1(1 I*. II I \ I A11V A N I I. v ei line .... \ I'. I.IIIV ] Editor, Sir, llial I im valu tble j >un th it r<-a I must n| >: I >i ivD ul 1 i .HI n, I I ,i *IJCIII -I ii. n mint 1 L!<'U''C'IMV I Ml I ..lies. all.,,, : ..tingle %  !';;:, • %  v.. 1 s,„„.f,,i I"' r, rivalled most iricallyr, BE •',./' %  the statement, 1 Ibvthe William 1 Ijame how many ,. A. 111 loan ., r i, |J ,, | • I. Hilton, widow P. 1 ana nol usi n de |,| u I i Sjjullv, I I ll'IS I). \l I |.Y OIK COI lor.b NI.W VI \R'S D\V \ I AIM ill R'S I'CnVN Seldom, i( %  %  Arthur'* o w 11 spenI to | I I •• io\vd then went to thi park I II match lak< "Pink 11 ers" i) undi i. ap I. nald ndei Ca| t, Ii, i rest, and loi I neilhei ] I length 11 ..-' %  I lusllers", ig iheii ene*r| to. tail} i pi isiti %  scorinj i majority of to I hi as now oi %  > t setting i..' m .nj visitors from the •IJ K ••hi si itlements retired lo then homes expressing I, i A msly Ihej had speni I he day But, my •nlj bv the nun,,,,-"i,, ,',i ;"-"'MI'C-..:J> IM.U-I HUM %  smil,,, •'","";;'• '' •nip leur. Who do U.e more wo.k-the man '" iv.d at m i ^S.v n ih a V D i" ni{,na ^ d , , ,, : "' tl ublic .vnoil torn* weeks %  '• "; ,' u — be/ore, wasn >wdiscussed with en. U \ ,< I hiii*.ti.M trill ...,.•, ... i...n nii^itn i ivi i ',/' ,"",'',", X' MM be/ore, was now discussed with en,bei. %  • | | *": "'mgat limes drowned b I nd that h/madi as, K !" c with who \ "' "' %  MM''— heaped u, ,i, n by f r< I' %  • >< indj interested "... • *' audience. vilh othei I ( lusion thai I | lm |j ( '"' driving upofl. I. i sir th it 'i sixteenths ul the drivi rs in i in |< ss Mr, I li'or, "Di ver" bi imt uii Ii man iged to lo w. Ai i ived .it the si hoolroom, an Intn i lui toi .-ul,he-w is deliven d by Mi | l.i i ,:. foil by i Nation il An them which brought tin* Com mis. er to the ,'seat, ivei ing a shi rl be pro -I ded in tin programme, \ Jui> ol seven sound thinking in' ii and women, took scats in thi centre ol the hall and before ll the speakers plead..] alternately foi the side he had i %  pousi d. When all had spoken, the jury went oul I id< n a vi rdict (Continued uu louilll |a i


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Publication Date: Thursday, January 16, 1913
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how many ,.
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Seldom, i( Arthur'*
o w 11 spenI
to |
I I io\vd then went to thi
park I II match
lak< "Pink 11
ers" i) undi i. ap I.
nald
ndei Ca| t,
Ii, i
rest, and loi I
neilhei ]
I length 11..-' I lus-
llers", ig iheii ene*r| to.
tail} i pi isiti
scorinj i majority of to
I hi as now oi > t
setting i..' m .nj visitors from the
ij K hi si itlements retired lo then
homes expressing I, i a msly
Ihej had speni I he day But, my
nlj bv the nun,,,,-"i,, ,',i ;"-"'MI'c-..:J> Im.u-i hum
smil,,, '","";;' ''
nip leur. Who do U.e more wo.k-the man
'" iv.d at mi^S.vnihaVDi"ni{,na^d
. , ,, : "' tl" ublic .vnoil torn* weeks
. ' "; ,' u be/ore, wasn >wdiscussed with en.
U \ ,< I hiii*.ti.M trill ...,., ...
i...n nii^itn i ivi i ',/' ,"",'',", X'Mm" be/ore, was now discussed with en-
,bei. | | *": "'- mgat limes drowned b I
nd that h/madi as,......K c with who \ "' "'MM'' heaped u,......,i,n by
f"r<.....I- .....><..... indj interested
. "... *' audience.
vilh othei
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( lusion thai I | lm|j(
'"' driving upofl. I. i sir th it
'i sixteenths ul the drivi rs in
i in
|< ss
Mr, I li'or, "Di ver" bi imt uii Ii
man iged to lo w.
Ai i ived .it the si hoolroom, an
Intn i lui toi .-ul,he-- w is deliven d
by Mi | l.i i ,:. foil
by i Nation il An
them which brought tin* Com mis.
er to the ,'- seat,
ivei ing a shi rl
be pro -I ded in tin programme,
\ Jui> ol seven sound thinking
in' ii and women, took scats in thi
centre ol the hall and before ll
the speakers plead..] alternately
foi the side he had i pousi d.
When all had spoken, the jury
went oul I id< n a vi rdict
(Continued uu louilll |a i


III''.
I R I B U N I.
The Tribune
THURSDAY JAN. i4, 1913.
Lord Charles Beresford has
i\ in-; a ation
at the hands ol Mr. Win
irchill in the British II
of ( is. The Noble |l
i9uve' *h des ol \\; theUnTonist pi
heH although he is air,-, .ppearsl
Ian e and a man .with a disap-
pointed ambition. Lord I
has been -I. much cui
stituenciesmust.asawhole, ; ' x sault occasioning actual bod-
ily harm, 110J Elisha Marshall,
Burglar).
rhe following Inforn ati< ns
called.
No. j Samuel < \nder-
son, Forgery. The A
won before a Unionist return to
real pow ta .Bis
marck united the agrarian and
in inufai taring interests bi I
he carried Proti I ion in '
manv. Mr Bonar Law is rinding
a averybard tasktounit. these I''. N"1 Guilty.
two interests in < Ireal Bi 1' tin.
'.'ill ri.t len 1 supp
No. 5 Thorn IS Ni a man, ("ar-
11 il know led ol girl u
ars ol age. I he A
I I' adi 'I "(iuilty."
No. 1 I 1 , in 1 Deveaux,
: ipag ind 1. I'll- !
">''' """ l"' re*'Kntion ol tin t, should heartilj rl the
first Sea Lord ol the Admiral- ,,,. forrnaki xist
ty (Sir Fi
hasbeen making out that dis-
: with the First I
Lord Ch
; it. When brought to
I u Mr,
Churchill I I I oulcl
produ e no authorit 1 foi Mich a
at,an,! when Mr. Church-
lull read the m
with Admiral Bi
it ,1 up to 1 ion, it
< uld be plain: that the
state of the First Si a L
h, alth was a vi
son. Sir I- ran 1 s was asked to
foi ea ;ons of
hi- uudi sirable to
man in contn
.\ i> l e following
is a
by Mi. C tag ni-
ing I re pop-
ular and efficii nt.
Oui med winter \ isitor
1 Hon. IX C. Bi 1
\ '1 I a I 1 r oil
his
ire al
ime.
I
Mail sti
morning from 11 1.
and procei I S vV. li iv
i. Mr
, : les I.. McKenzi**, and 85 in
f, >r Ni w ">
!
I from New York
this ,11 irnin, ind pro to
av,
1 I 1 South West Bi
.*
ly 1 I iw him I Foi I team-
i liami" it s
to bi to morrow i 1 id ,.. 1 7th
.
01 IN Till- SUPREME C< >UR I
of whom it is tsaid tli it bi I inry Session 191
' ; do not know I
what th< y an ig to a. m.
they do : 1
not know what they His Honour I). 1 '
and hen th l down they C, 1 I H ioui
do not know uh.-n they In F. C. \\i IK Durrant K I
said. ral ; 11. J* I. C., J. Sta 11 ley Ra a
(i' 1 e ai Esq., A. Ki th S lorn m I
why the Unionist li- VV. 1
1) Th I I 11 Med.
lords and I
want a food tax so ... to
the rents and th 1 if agri-
iral produ 1 I Mid
I in 1 manufactures want Pi 1
ion for m uifuctures I j) The
part) .11 the industrial I Me vm in.C irnal know-
"i L :. a ire and led : ol a jirl under 13 3
^ urkshin are opposed to bath [4) G ;iann D is, H
Proti 11 m an 1 a food tax Pi and Larccn\ Al
mse they know how fred Fowler, Larcenj
unpopulai both \V. E, irmbristcr, R i| -
are in th 1 I ind Jam, s Clarke.Larceny ol an
because th 13 know that I \|. Ibournc E. I In le-
Lancashire aud Yorkshire con cent Assault, 1) Anthonj Fo
ilsor\ sei Laro ny. I he A ided
"Not 1 iuill
No. 5 Ail'r, d Fowl il rci ny.
: 1, aded (iuilty."
No' I a n 11 (
I \< 1 pli dtd "(iuilty."
N o 8 M e 11 i da,
1 iault. 'I hi A" u
'Not G
thon> I :; \
saull /bodily
1 ..
No. 10. Eli 1
lai y. Accused pi
mation X". 1 s imuel
1 i 1 i n, eed
,, I with.
\\ : Wil
Felix Petty, Josej \ I
i in-
elled. James I Si
1 A V I
.
Betl I M B Id, V\
J I \\ I. White-
I \n-
r r, 1 \. Bethel
I' oreman.
I ie J :. 1 iting dis-
ci until 3 p. n
This 1 '. lerson
* jands
In F. Petty for 2 < a at
1 City A \
signatun is obtained which is
, with hi on the
;, Inn h<
h dgi ol tin ordei flu jurj
n tn
! "v
ar-
ad-
tlir, ora
Court al-
lowed the 1 lea "I < iuiltj to be
w drv n.
Tin 1 in } in
1 Court sentein 'I theprismi 1 to
labour.
VIfred Fowler was called up
foi sentenci for I
1 --.. 1,1., m hi, h has been reci
ered I r as
d thai he S| en) none : Sen-
1, il, ,il to 1 j monMis hard.
Jai 1 .,,-, al
ntenci for I ; sen
tenced tu 1s months hard.
Anthonj Forl aulting
I \" 1.....ral present

King vs. No. ij Eliza-
' \\ 1! -1 hi, Abandoning a
child, 2] Samui I Cl n
i 1 y and I


IK' I IH\ E
C \l'.l EGRAMS.
his wife sentem ed to | months
hard labour. I
Elisha Marshall Breaking in '-----------------------------------------
;,i| ing sisal; seflenced to New Yrk, 14.Fifty lawyers
9 months hard labour^ ul"'1" l"' to obtain for their clients
Court adjourrja until 2 p.m. mo,i! "";", .'
^ foi I' ss ,,1 lire and pioperty on me
t, ,. .. litanic, were arrayed against .it-
Tl resumed its sitting ,rnevs fol ,he v. Line in
Information No. 8 Melbourne ihe United States District Court
b. Laroda Indecent assault, e expiration <>l the 1
Iiiimi - t b) iurt I'M filing 1
I |( Jury ftas em- suit*. Ibe hunt was extended to
pam Hi : ; Arthui B Sutton.Jolui F< bru.irj 1 itb.
11 eld, A. Baki r,G 1 I
son, Geo. VV. Ai ZJi. r"''s- "nfo
II I rll| ||| '
11 in the Ni it-1' !-!
Will ll II -II.II'mI ", I'll II .1
l,nd sv J '"' ''",....." ll,.- hii
1 [in i" waiting dis.
until in. un I ridaj morniu ,.1 nme.
1 ial 1 1 t ui,.,|
I he Jury rel
a \ i-nli< t n| 1 mi. lenl .....f
The 'he 1
I aj lot ( VI I. K Am-
"in \, li I thi Carl Stur-
h 1 mi
up
III;
to 2 VI i ': It I 111
I until
1 i irning,
.*
II' \.11 1 iE Ol \--l MBI Y
Notii r mi Mnii>ius 1 n-
[912,
( >U(
Mi. \V. C. B. Johnson.
1. I low in.li.\ 1 oni 1 '
I 'i is e of th< 1
ing A
n
3. Ha the Lig
I 11 making 01
ng the 1
4. If f wh.it am unl has I
I iaid .1 '1 in hom ?
t Committi
Mi W
lo take into 1
n 1 Lew 1- J. K
l foi .1 n fund "I
payments made to the w idi
and 1 )i phans Fun .
Mr. Sends
Un His I
n sMessagi N
n 1 "j>_\ of .1 Hi solutiiin passi d
by tin ^ ; ol C01 .in
.it the io ni
1 the H 1 itli the
ol obtaining .1 grant 1 I
I
I Sitting 5 a curt
vn j 11 ml
canal, coi led I
I tin -li ulcl
ne i 'mi ;

:
I In- IS '
awai
EXPERIENCE
brings conviction. Millions
of housewives are daily
using Sunlight Soap. .*
To them the fact that it is
the best has passed beyond
the region of argument. It
has become an experience.
SUNLIGHT
SOAP
1 1 THE
si M K.nr
* WV M
I \ 'Ml III-'
1 li ol Ir.iillii'i;
lie Brim the
1 I,
I
- 111, ii tier five or six
1 1 .:i, dV.
|iithIs u| Vustrian naval
II the
Auv
1 I 111 V
1 I'
1.1 1 me will
'

: 1 new
type, 1 I st
11 build.
R () Y A I.
Grand Feature Show
Friday Jan 17th
Huylers Orchestra
si \\< 11\ vr8:15.
1. "HARBARINI I histori-
a 1 111.1t s\ 11 i sun
to pie
R uses 1 m s 1 > I
by Prof. Von l
3. HOME MADS MINCE I'll-." \
i' 1ed\ of I
4. I' it V 111
I 1 t
1 v 1
5 ROUB'F.kY" Hj
11, Requ-st Si ful I'm 11
i lure.
1 \ u talk in '
it'iou my name"
l-v Pi \ !
I HK MINI IT.ACHf U"
111 i ful I (ram 1 acteo in In; p
u. s. \.
1 stra
Pi ;-.
I.ond 11, 14.I I I- .it
esonl 1 (nm the
Unit, ins oil lillll
I 'hi g
to Mis I'.ii.U.ui-i, will I I
I ......,bl' hamberol ,. ,,. ,-. franc|n
, 111 w 11:1 11 111 ' 1111:1
(.I \ Hie- li .I mti mien depi ids
I,l's 1.Ill si I I
I li 1 it in od-
Comnien . to defray thi
s nl an exhibit at
the 11 I iitu Exhibition.
I'.11 Is
Si 1 ood Reading And Committal
Mi. S.iii.i
A bill 1 ami ml I I nsions
Ac 1 1
I In id RoaJUng And i'
A bill iiT* onsolid tte amend
thi I lating lo the n i
tration 'il linilis and Deaths,
ri .11 h il"- 11 immittee st, m,. ,,t
end of 1 he in xl eek,
e
fate
will
the
I | et ninent tod.i; its ban
on 1 i t.itii ii- ,1
111 111.1 . 111 1 11 111 wel-
come in 1 he Imus 1 mm >ns ni xl
11} "i woi king w omen
and li" fi preventatives "I the
w.....i us politual union.
MR. ANNA J. EDWARDS.
ntly arrived fn un 1 impa,
I ,1,, is prepared to uuderl
DKt>bMAKlN< .,
in the latest lashiims.
In addition, Mis. fcdwaids also is
1 >peci ilist in
HAIR -I u i\ ni I LNING.
and sol 11 its the p itrnage. ol
M ; 1 Igl 1I1 Oil,
I'd.I I. IIII I R( IAD.
IMPERIAL
Friday's
Grand Pro --ramme.
4 Reels of Exceellent
Pictures
AI so OUR 1 RII'ND
L'S ill- VD,
I 1 INT Ml >S lll\l.
I'U< IF Ri >\ S
IN \'i \ 1 u'li.ocrisM.
PRl IF. R( IGERS
INC-n II Si INGS AND
Mi INI (LOG
'I od. is.
\ I'N iSSAU'SONLY IIII.M RE
Clifton Hotel.
Nassau, X. I'. Ilahamas
Openfor the Season.
November, 1912.
thai Modern Itnpi
Rates$2.50 and upwards.
Best 1 St, .
I DWARD SAUNDF.RS,
Manager,
NOTIC E.
T
Ill-s is to inform my Patrons
and the Public in General
that 1 have <>i" ni d my Public
k Smith Shop; and am now
lo anything in tin
Geneial te|.....: or new work 1 i
. All work done
Mechanically.
P. \ Huvler,
533 Baj Strei t. East (Wl


V
I I! :
\ K

\\ n tin \ return d, kiwi i il
i' ie 11. i II......iiUl
he ir the I
clock, si itiemive lit-
Al leri
"Thi
floati
hIipi in ne I hi
hate
. island i
'Ami, as inwi ii or more than the
men.
Bui ili'' fun of ' ng had
nut | lusion. I he
mosj in : gilt was the
ribbon drill which followi
High on ;i buntn ated
hung twentj four vario
of ribbon held
i mi Ie
mi i and ladies, I hi waj in w Iim h
the drill e>
Iremely grand, Ihe I Ihe
m lenl audience beii g i ivi ted on
the motions of the a irm-
ii s,
I he singing of Ihi Natii nal An
concln led tl e fesl ivil les i >l
pi to-be- Ii ' day.
Rut the are still tal king ol
explicit!) grand time Ihi j pent
in old Arthur's Town on New Vi ar's
^ ouis 11iilv.
(Missl MARY I C iMPBELL.
EMPLOY-
MENT
For Every and Any one
and
All the Time
on
W.
-'''
if work is |

M -i ol th. work is
' i. : i
resid
S
ami
\( >\l- M.I I) lit I
( i .
Too
|. S, I II\N{)\
Xi' ; i \ 1'
HAVE vow ..Id o s "R VHP
and Chairs i : *-*& 1Jt
Ay
i
i
te.
and pe-cane i
\PPI.Y i i. 'I
or Tt une" <

b
.
i
Remember \"I 71". would inform all vhoapprc.
If you are th.....mg \\ hiv,. ,, hafK| .\\\ \ IGA
.that we M d tti be m
Fop Sale or Rent.
' I 'HOSF
I I ' \ii i
ililr foi i 'ulhiting or i
chase of ^|
I HI I | |cl
N. CHAMPAGNE
CATERER
I "i ii-''.' ren \ i iter for P *
Dim I i mis.
I 'i '
S itisl '.
A .ii'- ii i \; ii t!i\-o\,
'(:'., i \.'
I'Imii
JK.
\4 |

No ?, V ami H ivanfl 1'illei
Siding and hall mi Ii ,,
-' '' i t 11.
1 I.MDILAM1 we [:
', ill nut h
i. x 0
: 5th
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i '
I
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IPAXY. LIM1TI l'
\l< I II R Ii. St' l I
PASSAGE
- i
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I :
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P.
Jan i-', 1913
umatl
M
>tr
'WHITE ISABEL'
WHISKY
;.
m
1
W. A. Mather
I Mil HI \'.IK.
D|?S| R form his fi iend*
I the P '
mm 11
1 '
in
n 11 earn
,
I

1
Chaap
and
Good. r"r' :.f;deM
_.___m
Among* the Families'
of STOUT
/.
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[> T I O D'?S"I \V> VLW VYS II \ i THE I M
For Result Advertise
in The "Tribun


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