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I III T R I B U N E Remember I f you .Tie thinking <>f buildii house, that we will sell for tlie next week a fair grade of N Flooring, Siding and lialf il celling at 8s. 4d. Per ioo Feet. Sl'< ITCASH You will not have a chance like this for some time to come as the Mill will be starting up on the 15th and from then on we will te can ing our usual stock of N'o 1 g. of lumber of all sizi g, NOW IS THE TIME TO HI We desire to thank you for your kind patronage daring 1912 and to wish oui customers, one and all, the Sest ol good things for 1913. We 1 assure you that as we have trie.I | please you in the past, so Wi do in the future and sincerely for a share of youi custom. THE BAHAMAS TIMI l.R COMPANY, LIMITED, ARTHUR B. SUTTON No. in East Stieet. Man EMPLOYMENT For Every and Any one and All the Time on our Sisal Plantations down Weat. Satisfactory earnings can be made, if work is pursued steadily and Industi iou-.lv Most of the work is by the job or contract. Houses to BO those who wish to lesid,* there. Small Cottages for Men and their ami! les provided on the plantation NONE M-'.ID BE IDLE Go there and the Field Superintend, ents will put you to v Tools, and Implements furni^ed. T. S. JOHNSON CO. Nassau, N, P MR. ANNA J. EDWARDS. Recently arrived from Tampa, I'"in., is prepared to undertake, DRESSMAKING, in the latest fashions In addition, Mrs. Edwards also is a Specialist in HAIR STRAIGH IIXINC. and solicits the patronage of the general public at Mis. Ingraham, BLUE HILL ROAD. (3) Transmitting Report from Commandant of Police on State ol Police Force. Mr. I. Culmer askd the question of which he g ive not 1 < %  at the pi e\ ions session, which were anSVt 1 t by the Hon. J. P. Sands. On motion of Mr. I", Culmer the above questions and answers were ed to be punted, Mr. Weech presented a petition fr.'in Mr, Lewis J. K. Brnce, praying for the refui d of money paid yhim to tin Widows and (1 pi ms Fund winch was read and ordered to be printed Mr. Cuny presented a petiti >n from certain inhabitants ol Kemps Island praying for .1 • of moms to enable them to maintain a f< rry across a creek at 1 that phue, which was ordered to be pin (in motion of Mr. W. C B John. leave of absence was granted Mr I. 1 i. Brici senior member for Long Ll.ind for two weeks On motion ol Mr. VWeth the fol j |i %  i 1 Si lect Committee was apI led to take into consider* ti n the Governors message No. 6 with reference to the employment of 111 i gineei to HSI rtain the probable cost of deepening the harbour to rep 11 by Mill or 01 herwise.— Messrs Weech, AI bury, J. W. Culmer, Dr. Johnson, Curry, Cole, V, C. M. Jonnson J. R. Young and S\\ eet me Mot*< d by Mr Sands th it the Sill for preventing tumults and riotous assemblies Ac be read a second tune. Mi. A. K. Solomon moved as an amendment that the Mill be referred to a Select Committee &c, on the question being put it pissed in the affirmative, MeMS A, K S lomon, I. ( ulmer l)i lohnson, Ad lerley, and Mom U inted a Committee according'y. Moved bj Mr. Sands that the Bill relating to M ney tending be read a second time. Mr. I. \\ Young moved as an amendment th it it be referred toa Select Com miiiee on the question being put n passed in the negative, the Mill was aCCOrdingty read B second time and committed to a Committee of the Whole, which it passed With one amendment. I'he House adjourned to Thursday evening at half past seven MA UK INGE. IMPERIAL Friday's Grand Programme. 4 Reels of Exceellent Pictures Also OUR OLD FRH'ND FOOL'S HE VD, l)i IN' I Ml >S HIM. PROF ROYS IN VF.NTRILOt l ISM. PROF. ROGE RS IN COMIC SONGS AND Ml >S( ) !.()( i Oil Q(l. Is. \l MAS-i\'J'SONLY III! \ ; RE BOWEN CHRISTIE. On Thursday afternoon, 16th January, 1 <* 13, by the Rev. Wm. Lowndes, at St. Mary's Church Bean Christie to Randolph Harol I Boweo. Mr. and Mis Bowun sills today to spend their honeymoon at Ste w-nton, l-.xuma, the home of the bi ide, R C) Y A L Grand Feature Show Friday Jan 17th. Huylers Orchestra STAR i INC. \ 1 fct* i. "BARBARINF gi m I historical ( omedy a pit luie that di sure to please. I "Roses bring of you Hear," Song bj P '. Von Ros. j "\\ hen the Sun Great ( whoy Featnre. *, Mean Miummel in i gr< it Van deville hit "sou gwine to gel something that you I mt expect ^ "FooUliead^Kets Married against kn will." R its of foughti r. 6. Sweetheart if you tiik in your sleep—Donl mention my name" by Prof. Von Ros 6 "I or the sale i f a child" Great Drama. 7 lb? Vote th it t i mnted (ireal t. nmedy. -. ( ornel Solo ao p. by < m hestra. Prices is. od. 6d. at Nassau's oldest and beat Iheatre Box sirs i in be obt lined in edvance. PASSAGE BY "FRANCI I to Mi urn w,ll be | EN DOLLARS Children i y< are and un lei • %  ?' • Childrea — 5 yearn and under .* ). Subject to ''in %  wi bom Notice ( )ffi< e "J %  mitt E 49s East BkJ street. Nassau, N. P.. Jan. 1st. ii)i ? Clifton HoteTT" Nassau, X. P. Bahamas Open for the Season. November, tola. With a I Modtrn I n tb r o o ttnetits Rates—$2.50 and upwards. Best of Service. EDWARD SAUNDf feS, Manager, &f > F



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i O O CO 0) 0) •r- & < eS THE ; 4 TRIBUWI JfuUiu.3 dddictus |urare in verba. 3\ZC aL R' s ^ rl BRtNO rtOl'Nn TO SWBAR TO THK DOO .IAS OF NO MASTKR. VOL X Nassau N. P., Bahamas Friday January 17, 1913 No. 37 LEON E. H. DUPl'C.t, ILBITOa ANU PHOPHII l R orncR' ^H 4( vrvitK'-rr >TICKKT Nassau N. I*., KAHAMAV y, (i. Mo* %  .': PUBLISHED DAILY. Monday, -Vednesday and Friday — tingle copy fd. Tuesday, Thtuiday and Saturday— tingle copy id. •Veeklv 4 |.l Monlhlv is. id Quarterly 4 *. Half Yearlv ... ..8*. Yeany ... ... 16s PAYAKLK IN ADVANCE. Advertising Rates:—Six pence per line fur first insertion ; three pence |>er line for second insertion; and one penny per line for subsequent insertion. Advertisements under tight lines 4s. At a meeting of the Chamber of Commerce Committee on I uesdiiy, J. Ronald C. Young, Esq., M. I. A., was elected as a member of that Committee*' in the room of the late Sir James Young, deceased. The Chamber of Commerce is fast adding to its members, ami trust that it will add to its usefulness. A Chamber of this sort, in other countries, is very beneficial and advantageous, and we look foiward to the power of our Chamber being felt, in no small degree, in our Colony, in the near luture. The business men of out Colony, not only on this island, but also on the out islands, should see to it that their names are enrolled among its numbers. In union there is ntrength. The stenmer"Miami" on leaving the dock on Tuesday evening entangled the hawser of the schooner "Louisa Carey"',— owned at Tarpum Bay, Eleuthera —around her propeller, and consequently hauled the little schooner into liar and broke her bowsprit. Of course the steamer is responsible for the damage, but what about the delay and inconvenience ? The schooner was lying alongside the Lighter "Messina" discharging her crated tomatoes for shipment to New York, and quite out of the channel, but, of course, in accordance with Harbour regulations had her. In consequence of the rain last evening the Band Concert had 10 be postponed. The mu-icians and the geneial public too were assembled, but the ram came just at the time. The Band Concert will be given on Monday evening at 8 o'clock. Tickets sold last night will be available on Monday. W. N. Ca Id wall, Mr. and Mrs J. M. Dtnittnn, \ r. and Mrs. C. A. Hanson, Dr. and Mrs J. II. Know les, Messrs. P. II. Estis, J. A. Stevenson, H Precht and A. I). Curry (20)— Chrisiiolm (1) The following, C mtained on a postal, has been forwarded to us for publication: "Miami, July 15, 1913. Arrived 3 p.m. Will leave 5.30 this evening for Washington. Quite Well. L. Q Brice. We learn that in the competition fur the Prizes offered by Williams Bahamian Shoe Store, Mr, Huyli de (ilanville won the first and\lr. Solomon Sweeting the See* ond. The Eastern Volunteer Cornet Band Mr. J. A. Crawley, Randrnas ter, will give a Sacred Concert at the Library Gieen on Sunday afternoon at 4:30 and a Secular Concert <>n Thursday 23rd at 8 p.m Mr. A. D. Curry, son of the late Thomas Currv of Spanish Wells, arrived on the Steamer "Miami" this morning on a visit to the old home. Mr. iCurry has been remov ed from this Colony for twenty seven years, and hasjmade as many visits, which goes to prove that he still clings to the associations of his youth. He looks well, and expects to pend a week'or more with his many friends and relatives in this rouattrj, j The following passengers arrived from New York per "Santiago," yesterday—Robert Harris, Charles Ross Jr., Charles Davis, Robert Williams, Allen Brown, Alfred Rahming, Philip Newton, Prince Baltimore, Edward Wynne, Alfred Blanks. The Mail Steamer "Monterey" steamed for New York this morning taking the following passengers: — Miss Ethel Fountain; Mrs H. Sandfoid Blatch ; Mr and Mrs N. C. Milotti, Mr. Mrs. Julian P.dter, Mr. and Mrs Alfred S. Walker; Mr Henry P. Blackey > The Mail Steamer "Miami" arrived this morning fiom Miami with the following passengers— Misses M. Sherman, E. A. Wagner, and S. M. Seely, Mesdames S. M. Caldwall, and C. R. Seely, Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Miller, Mr. and Mrs The Schooner "Sarah E. Douglas" arrived yesterday from Miami with a cargo of shingles and the following passengers :Messrs. Nfcpolewi Knowles, William Farrington, Nathan Cooper, James Pintard, Alexander Rumer, Prince Rolle, John Russell, Joseph Major, Joseph Rumer, James Ivtackic, James McPhee George McPhcf, ElishaLightbourn, James Johnsor, --hedrack Francis I red Bannister, lohn Major, Richard, Welden, and W. T. Walker (>9) 17th January. The Court met at 10:3.5 a.m. Present. His Honour Daniel Tudor Esq. K. C. Chief Justice. The Hon. T. C. Wells-Durrant K. C. Attorney General; J. Stanley Rae Esq. The Attorney General informed the Court that he had received a Cablegram from Jamaica stating that Dr. Bates was on his way to Nassau in a boat wh'ch capsized, when one man was drowned. In consequence of the absence of witnesses in pending cases the Court adjourned until Tuesday next 10:30 o'clock. J* HON. HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY. Tuesday Evening 14 January 1913. The House met according to adjournment. The following messages and documents from His Excellency the Governor were presented by the Hon. J. P. Sands which were read and ordered to be printed.— No. 8. 11) Trinsmitting Repcrt of Superintendent on working of Bahamas Cable. J


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TRIBUWI
JfuUiu.3 dddictus |urare in verba. 3\ZCaLR's^rl
BRtNO rtOl'Nn TO SWBAR TO THK DOO .IAS OF NO MASTKR.
VOLX
Nassau N. P., Bahamas Friday January 17, 1913
No. 37
LEON E. H. DUPl'C.t,
ILBITOa ANU PhoPHII l R
orncR' ^h 4( vrvitK'-rr >tickkt
Nassau N. I*., Kahamav
y, (i. Mo* !.':
PUBLISHED DAILY.
Monday, -Vednesday and Friday
tingle copy ........ fd.
Tuesday, Thtuiday and Saturday
tingle copy ...... id.
Veeklv .........4|.l
Monlhlv ......is. id
Quarterly ........4*.
Half Yearlv ... ..8*.
Yeany ... ... 16s
PAYAKLK IN ADVANCE.
Advertising Rates:Six pence per line
fur first insertion ; three pence |>er line
for second insertion; and one penny per
line for subsequent insertion.
Advertisements under tight lines 4s.
At a meeting of the Chamber of
Commerce Committee on I uesdiiy,
J. Ronald C. Young, Esq., M. I.
A., was elected as a member of
that Committee*' in the room of
the late Sir James Young, deceas-
ed.
The Chamber of Commerce is
fast adding to its members, ami
trust that it will add to its useful-
ness. A Chamber of this sort, in
other countries, is very beneficial
and advantageous, and we look
foiward to the power of our
Chamber being felt, in no small
degree, in our Colony, in the near
luture. The business men of out
Colony, not only on this island, but
also on the out islands, should see
to it that their names are enrolled
among its numbers. In union there
is ntrength.
The stenmer"Miami" on leaving
the dock on Tuesday evening en-
tangled the hawser of the schooner
"Louisa Carey"', owned at Tar-
pum Bay, Eleuthera around her
propeller, and consequently hauled
the little schooner into liar and
broke her bowsprit. Of course the
steamer is responsible for the dam-
age, but what about the delay and
inconvenience ? The schooner was
lying alongside the Lighter "Mes-
sina" discharging her crated toma-
toes for shipment to New York,
and quite out of the channel, but,
of course, in accordance with Har-
bour regulations had her.
In consequence of the rain last
evening the Band Concert had 10
be postponed. The mu-icians and
the geneial public too were as-
sembled, but the ram came just at
the time.
The Band Concert will be given
on Monday evening at 8 o'clock.
Tickets sold last night will be
available on Monday.
W. N. Ca Id wall, Mr. and Mrs J.
M. Dtnittnn, \ r. and Mrs. C. A.
Hanson, Dr. and Mrs J. II. Know
les, Messrs. P. II. Estis, J. A. Ste-
venson, H Precht and A. I). Curry
(20) Chrisiiolm (1)
The following, C mtained on a
postal, has been forwarded to us
for publication: "Miami, July 15,
1913. Arrived 3 p.m. Will leave
5.30 this evening for Washington.
Quite Well. L. Q Brice.
We learn that in the competi-
tion fur the Prizes offered by Wil-
liams Bahamian Shoe Store, Mr,
Huyli de (ilanville won the first
and\lr. Solomon Sweeting the See*
ond.
The Eastern Volunteer Cornet
Band Mr. J. A. Crawley, Randrnas
ter, will give a Sacred Concert at
the Library Gieen on Sunday after-
noon at 4:30 and a Secular Concert
<>n Thursday 23rd at 8 p.m
Mr. A. D. Curry, son of the late
Thomas Currv of Spanish Wells,
arrived on the Steamer "Miami"
this morning on a visit to the old
home. Mr. iCurry has been remov
ed from this Colony for twenty
seven years, and hasjmade as many
visits, which goes to prove that he
still clings to the associations of
his youth. He looks well, and ex-
pects to pend a week'or more with
his many friends and relatives in
this rouattrj,
j
The following passengers arriv-
ed from New York per "Santiago,"
yesterdayRobert Harris, Charles
Ross Jr., Charles Davis, Robert
Williams, Allen Brown, Alfred
Rahming, Philip Newton, Prince
Baltimore, Edward Wynne, Alfred
Blanks.
The Mail Steamer "Monterey"
steamed for New York this morning
taking the following passengers:
Miss Ethel Fountain; Mrs H.
Sandfoid Blatch ; Mr and Mrs
N. C. Milotti, Mr. Mrs. Julian
P.dter, Mr. and Mrs Alfred S.
Walker; Mr Henry P. Blackey > .
The Mail Steamer "Miami" ar-
rived this morning fiom Miami
with the following passengers
Misses M. Sherman, E. A. Wag-
ner, and S. M. Seely, Mesdames S.
M. Caldwall, and C. R. Seely, Mr.
and Mrs. A. F. Miller, Mr. and Mrs
The Schooner "Sarah E. Doug-
las" arrived yesterday from Miami
with a cargo of shingles and the
following passengers :-
Messrs. Nfcpolewi Knowles,
_ William Farrington, Nathan
Cooper, James Pintard, Alexander
Rumer, Prince Rolle, John Rus-
sell, Joseph Major, Joseph Rumer,
James Ivtackic, James McPhee
George McPhcf, ElishaLightbourn,
James Johnsor, --hedrack Francis
I red Bannister, lohn Major, Rich-
ard, Welden, and W. T. Walker
(>9)
17th January.
The Court met at 10:3.5 a.m.
Present.
His Honour Daniel Tudor Esq.
K. C. Chief Justice.
The Hon. T. C. Wells-Durrant
K. C. Attorney General; J. Stanley
Rae Esq.
The Attorney General informed
the Court that he had received a
Cablegram from Jamaica stating
that Dr. Bates was on his way to
Nassau in a boat wh'ch capsized,
when one man was drowned.
In consequence of the absence of
witnesses in pending cases the
Court adjourned until Tuesday
next 10:30 o'clock.
J*
HON. HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY.
Tuesday Evening
14 January 1913.
The House met according to ad-
journment.
The following messages and doc-
uments from His Excellency the
Governor were presented by the
Hon. J. P. Sands which were read
and ordered to be printed.
No. 8. 11) Trinsmitting Repcrt
of Superintendent on working of
Bahamas Cable.
J


I III
T R I B U N E
Remember
If you .Tie thinking <>f buildii
house, that we will sell for tlie
next week a fair grade of N
Flooring, Siding and lialf il
celling at
8s. 4d. Per ioo Feet. Sl'< ITCASH
You will not have a chance like
this for some time to come as the
Mill will be starting up on the 15th
and from then on we will te can -
ing our usual stock of N'o 1 g.
of lumber of all sizi g,
NOW IS THE TIME TO HI
We desire to thank you
for your kind pat-
ronage daring 1912 and to wish
oui customers, one and all, the Sest
ol good things for 1913. We 1
assure you that as we have trie.I |
please you in the past, so Wi
do in the future and sincerely .
for a share of youi custom.
THE BAHAMAS TIMI l.R
COMPANY, LIMITED,
ARTHUR B. SUTTON
No. in East Stieet. Man
EMPLOY-
MENT
For Every and Any one
and
All the Time
on our Sisal Plantations down
Weat.
Satisfactory earnings can be made,
if work is pursued steadily and
Industi iou-.lv
Most of the work is by the job or
contract. Houses to BO
those who wish to lesid,* there.
Small Cottages for Men and their
ami! les provided on the plantation
NONE M-'.I- D BE IDLE
Go there and the Field Superintend,
ents will put you to v
Tools, and Implements furni^ed.
T. S. JOHNSON CO.
Nassau, N, P
MR. ANNA J. EDWARDS.
Recently arrived from Tampa,
I'"in., is prepared to undertake,
DRESSMAKING,
in the latest fashions
In addition, Mrs. Edwards also is
a Specialist in
HAIR STRAIGH IIXINC.
and solicits the patronage of the
general public at Mis. Ingraham,
BLUE HILL ROAD.
(3) Transmitting Report from
Commandant of Police on State
ol Police Force.
Mr. I. Culmer askd the question
of which he g ive not 1 < at the pi e-
\ ions session, which were anSVt 1 t '
by the Hon. J. P. Sands.
On motion of Mr. I", Culmer the
above questions and answers were
ed to be punted,
Mr. Weech presented a petition
fr.'in Mr, Lewis J. K. Brnce, pray-
ing for the refui d of money paid
yhim to tin Widows and (1 pi ms
Fund winch was read and ordered
to be printed
Mr. Cuny presented a petiti >n
from certain inhabitants ol Kemps
Island praying for .1
of moms to enable them to
maintain a f< rry across a creek at 1
that phue, which was ordered to
be pin
(in motion of Mr. W. C B John.
leave of absence was granted
Mr I. 1 i. Brici senior member
for Long Ll.ind for two weeks
On motion ol Mr. VWeth the fol j
|i i1 Si lect Committee was ap-
I led to take into consider* ti n
the Governors message No. 6 with
reference to the employment of 111
i gineei to hsi rtain the probable
cost of deepening the harbour to
rep 11 by Mill or 01 herwise.
Messrs Weech, AI bury, J. W.
Culmer, Dr. Johnson, Curry, Cole,
V, C. M. Jonnson J. R. Young and
S\\ eet me
Mot*< d by Mr Sands th it the
Sill for preventing tumults and
riotous assemblies Ac be read a
second tune. Mi. A. K. Solomon
moved as an amendment that the
Mill be referred to a Select Com-
mittee &c, on the question being
put it pissed in the affirmative,
Me-ms A, K S lomon, I. ( ulmer
l)i lohnson, Ad lerley, and Mom U
inted a Committee according-
'y.
Moved bj Mr. Sands that the
Bill relating to M ney tending be
read a second time. Mr. I. \\
Young moved as an amendment
th it it be referred toa Select Com
miiiee on the question being put n
passed in the negative, the Mill
was aCCOrdingty read B second
time and committed to a Com-
mittee of the Whole, which it
passed With one amendment.
I'he House adjourned to Thursday
evening at half past seven
MA UK INGE.
IMPERIAL
Friday's
Grand Programme.
4 Reels of Exceellent
Pictures
Also OUR OLD FRH'ND
FOOL'S HE VD,
l)i IN' I Ml >S HIM.
PROF ROYS
IN VF.NTRILOt l ISM.
PROF. ROGE RS
IN COMIC SONGS AND
Ml >S()!.()(i
Oil Q(l. Is.
\l MAS-i\'J'SONLY III! \ ; RE
BOWEN CHRISTIE. On
Thursday afternoon, 16th January,
1 <* 13, by the Rev. Wm. Lowndes,
at St. Mary's Church Bean
Christie to Randolph Harol I
Boweo.
Mr. and Mis Bowun sills today
to spend their honeymoon at Ste
w-nton, l-.xuma, the home of the
bi ide,
R C) Y A L
Grand Feature Show
Friday Jan 17th.
Huylers Orchestra
STAR i inc. \ 1 fct*
i. "BARBARINF gi m I histori-
cal ( omedy a pit luie that di sure
to please.
I "Roses bring of you
Hear," Song bj P '. Von Ros.
j "\\ hen the Sun
Great ( whoy Featnre.
*, Mean Miummel in i gr< it Van
deville hit "sou gwine to gel
something that you I mt expect
^ "FooUliead^Kets Married against
kn will." R its of foughti r.
6. Sweetheart if you tiik in your
sleepDonl mention my name"
by Prof. Von Ros
6 "I or the sale i f a child"
Great Drama.
7 lb? Vote th it t i mnted
(ireal t. nmedy.
-. ( ornel Solo ao p. by < m hestra.
Prices is. od. 6d.
at Nassau's oldest and beat Iheatre
Box sirs i in be obt lined in ed-
vance.
PASSAGE
BY "FRANCI I
to Mi urn w,ll be | EN DOLLARS
Children i y< are and un lei
?' ,
Childrea 5 yearn and under .* ).
Subject to ''in _' wi bom Notice
( )ffi< e "J mitt E "
49s East BkJ street.
Nassau, N. P..
Jan. 1st. ii)i ?
Clifton HoteTT"
Nassau, X. P. Bahamas
Open for the Season.
November, tola.
With a I Modtrn Intbroottnetits
Rates$2.50 and upwards.
Best of Service.
EDWARD SAUNDf feS,
Manager,
? >
F


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