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TH E T R I R U N E The Tribune SATURDAY JAN. 18, 1913. So the harbour-deepening question has gone to a select committee of the House of Assembly once more We hope the committee may be able to recommend something that may bring us further forward. Two steamers have gone to South West Bay this week, to the annoyance and inconvenience of passengers and importers, or, to put it in other words, we have had two object lessons illustrative of the desirability of having a suitable harbour in one week, and even in one day. Some think it well to act on the recommendation of the Government that money be spent in getting the expert advice of an engineer from England, others would call for tenders at once. If firms would tender on the basis of the information now in hand, this would perhaps be tin better course. At any rate, we hope the House and the Executive will act promptly, and we hope with all our hearts that we may quickly be able to get large steamers into our harbour and to our wharves in all kinds of weather. Tlu-n the reproach "Nassau is all right, but its the Retting there." which former visitors to Nassau have levelled at us in many cases, will 11 to have force. We are informed that Mr. I.. Walton Young, the new member for the Eastern Disti i< r, made his maiden speech, which was in favour of deepening the harbour, in a very creditable fashion. j New York when such fabricaI tions ha'-e to be called in to do duty as news. j HIS EXCELLENCY THE GOVERNOR PAYS EARLY SURPRISE VISITS. On Tuesday morning, soon after the mails had been delivered at the Post (Mfice, 11 i^ Excellency appeared 011 the scene and asked "where is vour Captain ?" To which, the KirstClerk replied "Oh, he does not come down till after breakfast Sir." "Oh he doesn't eh ?" 1 >N I hiirsdaj he was seen at the Custom I louse goon after {Office Hours. The Chief was fortunately there, and as usual smoking ids cigarette, "Only this and nothing more." The cigarette quickly disappeared through the window before His Excellency reached the Chief. We are pleased to heai that I lis Excellency theGovernor vis ited the Boys Central School on 1 Friday mon r during school hours, and found the Master absent, one f acher only present, and school not open. Perhaps this long standing abuse will now be rectified. 1 he school hours are now too short if every minute of them be occupied, but when school i* opened late and closed l> I 1 time why the students are cheated of valuable time We shall be pleased to hear that the Governor has visited some of our other.schools. Well done Governor. Do more. On Wednesday evening at 7 o'clock. Mrs. Ethel Hunter, of Cat Island, will preach in the same church. J At the Imperial Professor Roy—Ventriloquism and Black Art—is good. Prof. Rogers—in Songl and Monologue—is good. The Pictures are good. The Theatre is good. J We ii.o e icceived a Commit [ nication on the Lauds Vcquisi $12,560,000 or $1,000,000 in S Kcess of the paid-up capital at te end of the year of $11,560,. 000. With the balance carried forward DecembgKjoth, 1911, the net profits for the eleven months, and the pp'u,iuiMpn new capital stock, the totaTamount available for distribution amounted to $7,432,617 Tins was applied as follows:— To dividends, 9 % %  5. v s 5 : officers'pension fund, > j 000 ; written off bank premtion Act, which came in too late js<> s ,$ [oo.ooo applied to Reserve It will Fund, $5.5031813; leaving a for publication today. appear 011 Tuesday. have been informed that a Hani; is soon to be established in the Eastern District. j* The attention of our readers is invited to the Sacred Concert on the Library ( been tomorrow afternoon. balance to he carried forward of $61 1.2 iq "Financial Post," Montreal. IK >MK RULE I'll I. II \S P\SS. ED I III 1 IIRD READING Wl I II \ MH IH I V OF no. n long rtem bill passed tonight liy The versatility and recklessness of the American Press j., simply wonderful. The liucideiit of the hoisting of the urgent signal "N. J." at WatlingsIsland, as the initials of the infant son of Mr. Erskine Jones, Asst. Lightkeeper, whose baptism was being celebrated ; but which signal was unfortunately seen by a passing steamer and communicated to the Jama i ca government and through it to the governor here, eight wars ago is now going the rounds of the New York papers, such as the "Herald," "World" -Journal," and others, needless to say in a highly exaggerated form, two weeks ago, as an occurence of "a few weeks ago." Things must he very slow in Our readers attention is called to the Service of SongatZion on I'uesday evening next. J I he Ward Liner "Havana" si a in I from New York at 1 p. m. to day wtth 70 passengers. S. S. "San Mateo" will leave Ne V irk with freight on -'5th. 1 1 nil low ing clipping will doubtless be read with interest by many ol our readers. ROYAL BANK. At Christ Church, Cathedral, to morrow (Sunday) afternoon, at 5 o'clock, the Rev. C. Dudley Lumpen will preach a special Sermon, jot men only, on the subject : "Money : How to eel it : How to spend it." Well known Hymns will be sung. ; All classes are welcome. SAINT AGNES CHURCH, Patnmal Festival. Monday January 20th. at 7 jo ; p.m. Solemn Evensong and Proi cession. Sermon by the Rev. R. I K. Bennett, Rector of s Matthew's church. Tunday Jan. 21st at 7 a. m. Missa Cantata. We have been requested to state that the New S. J. Bennett, Pastor of the Kirk, will prea< h in Bethel Chapel to-morrow (Sunday)afternoon,|at j o'clock. Liquid Assets \~ Per Cent, of Total Liabilities— Earnings ig 2 Per Cent. The first annual report of the Roj it Bank since the absorption'case ni girth known,andall the of the Trader," Bank shows good credit not given to the Chamber gains over the combined figures of Commerce, I will ask you of the two banks for last year. I kindly to publish this letter fm 1 nndon, 16. \fter battle, the home rule the house of (•' m lliOM R ma j 11 iiy of i 10. Lute' it was r< a„• al'ei iewere tilled In th< ii i i| 1 itv. Tim upper house met 'S1 Il\ to receive the meuiej When the figures "ere announced the NationaliO cheered 1>M y for Premiei Asquith a el M Krftiiond. J* Nassau, 1 1 th I lu.iarv 1913. To the Editor of the Tribune, I ''.'r .'sir In ord-r that the facts of this Owing to the change in the fiscal year the report is for only eleven months, from January ; to November 30. Net profits for the eleven month (amounted to f 1,537,324, or at the rate ,,| 19.I9 per cent, on the average paid up capital ol $8,650,756. Total deposits at November me. By recent mail via Miami, our esteemed ind enterprising fellow citizen Han Id E. M. Johnson Esq re< % %  ed 1 letter from the firm of J.I 11 ob Lippmann & Co. of j6fi Washington St. New York, bruit d ilers, advising that some effort be made bv this 30 were $137,891,667, showing Colony, to secure representation a large increase over the COm-jbefore the Wavs and Means bmed deposits of the Royal and Committee. This letter came Traders at the end of last year. An outstanding feature of the report is the particularly large proportion of liquid assets to total liabilities, the percentage of quick assets being over 47 per cent. The amount applied to reserve totalled $5,503 812, bringing the reserve up to the total of to the knowledge of another of our energetic and thoughtful citizens, Henr\ C.Christie, Esq. who at once grasped the situation and addressed a communication to the Colonial Secretary on the subject, which in due course found its way into the hands of our much esteemed new Governor. His Lpjellency 4



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11 If. T R I ]\V N F. at once realized its impor (opinion of these members per-1 tance and considered il in Conn hips ivas'tfuly | %  : %  %  med and oil, upon whose decision it was |>erliap* some would pass anvreferred to tho Chamber of Comj tiling, or anv soi' of work, hii i merce for uent -uid early rei nevertheless still say that t e e commentl.it>AOis. Tlie Chamh| has been too much rounding r er's Executive Committee was oval shape given to thi tn •-, promptly^alled together at that the.streets have been raicel Midday Tuesday, and upon ton high'in th ...i their rtcommi idntion tl u >v < ... %  ,•,,•.. Ii( ,| ,,.,, pro nptl i that %  f irtal %  ,. r in damp we illu r N i tim %  c i ild be I > %  -' .-is the Sin ig m) letter of the steamer was sailing thai even9th I have seen 2 horses fall in i 11 iZ for Miami and the Ways and M'M'isCoMl'IMttrr hilS I pi >< >l 111 ClI the aoth inst., as its day for sitting, so thai the Colonial Si tary'a Department and the Gov ernois ()fnce had t i work ovei time, till six o'clock or later on that day, in order to coii' hide arrangements for Mr. Bri :e*s departure at 9 p.111 I lis l''\.. Ilf-n -v the Govern n certainly d sei \ %  considerable commendation for his prompt and read) action. The Colonial S "cret try t m, M IS anxious to help tli scheme the sa ne spot in less than a hours and in a p irti >n made by Mr N ;HH\ mine was one of them. I c >uld gii 1 names and numbers nf carriages and drivers but there is no neccessin for is 1// of us are not fond of seeing our 11 imes n print li c< Mr V Mine dc.es not look w II as his. hence my re is< in h*. using a"n d e plume." I could also five the na nes of the p issen jers, who I am glad to sav, none of t lined anv 111 juries, but the I lorses did, and New Opportunity To Make Money Wonderful di rnvcry. A new, scientific process of photography with (world of moiiey-in ikiny oopor tunity for ambitious men with small capital a Absolutely No Experience. Investigate Today the "MAtiDEL" Post Card Machine and A wonderful machine that token, finishes, n delivers original i.ust cord phOtCfl In one ruin — right on the .pot, liy the new M.ni.kl" 1'oi.lllvc FrOCSJM without iil.lri. filma Of printing. The machine maka five diflereni sto.l pictuaa in three siies: l"ot cords. 3HH inches; niMU.iliire |>..-t nds \ < in.hes, anil line inch pnotobnttaaa. Mukes portraits, t;rou]>* srenrsnnvthiiiK ill.! can lie photographed Photo post cards are poplor everywhere. money at picnics cararrala, tain., on the streets, in the country, -mall i ." numl —everywhere. Hundreds are mtliuir rich —why not you? Strugill, of P 'f h #li.OO in -* Months Simmons Ceorgia. writes: "I moke $10 day." Lopez Dfego. T. KM. wnl.s. "Mode 1 profit In thl.. in.-uih-. %  Hundreds of similar letters on file Be • one minute Iliacities mode post cord photo,r.pher. Price of i*.mpie'r outhi B6.00. I American Gold) livum.ls post. Jt.iio extra. Tins outfit includes wrythiiiK necessary to start this big paving: business of your own. Complete instruction* with outfit—you lieirin work nt once. I ,,;'" 'lii V'". r i rsl ;:"l'l'l'<-s pra,t„.,iu Bivcs vou lck your entire original investment. Write today for complete free information. — The Chicago Ferrotype Company, 110 Ferrotype Buildine. CHICAGO. ILL.. U. S. A. along and he therefore d -s i eir harness sustained considerour thank''-, and Si > all al< ill : the line, embraci ig Mr (Ihi stie M I larold K. M Johnson, an la*.I but not least Messrs Lipp nann ('• impany. The Clriml)' ,of Commerce,is responsible for the select i >u <>[ Mi. I'H ce, hut they did not. I re pre! to B is', con -iv > riji 1 ate tlie^pjra but del their part, as the otlreis, in h Ipin? to pit the effort into opei ation Thanking ya i Mr Edit ir, Yours faithfully ONE WHO KNOWS. Nassau N. P. i • %  am Mr \ %  I ; ;sr*5 that I "min I i-(ict. lr.diiwrtion. f Ortramr or ConUsiouii Distauw. thv Atu-r • t^.via of Favt Uvins ; j Stomswh, Liv#r. Kidnvy nd Blad-k-r TroulOea. No matter how j lonif you have aufTrn-d ; how old or atubtaorn your case ; how •jfta-n you have failed (o fln<) rflivf or huw diarutiraip-d and l.>*rn-ht-arted rou arc(Ma bw*k w4M b* m rwvetatftwaK'Viyou new hop* a new !> %  *• on life. It i* ehuck full or good, nound logic and advice—just thf thiru/M you should know and follow. If you want your otd-tlma hMlth, m U tmgth tin. i tn.nK.od rntor-d. n-r.d RIGHT NOW for your copv of tbu Omt da to HoaHti mail.-.) rat KB, (xMtpaid in piain. aralvd eovalupe. M. JOS. UST ERft CO aW-'Sffla "^ ,m^.u.s.. Mi. Editor. Youra faithfully DRIVER. Yet. BIRTH BO WEN -On Sunday 29th Orcr. iqia, at tlii*ir ret-itlcnce near I nit limaslle, to Mr. and Mrs Donald Biiwen, n son. ENGAGEMENT. JOHNSON.-COLE BROOK — Mi and Mrs. Felix ColebrooV East Street, South, announees the enaagemrot of their daughter Madnna to Mr. George K. lohnfconfPoIice own n|unions. I he work in the 1 Constable No 32.) //-. /......1 Bahamian Magatitu paper, ink.^and your valuable Tk$ Strombua" includes an I (1 •// Directo 1 y, %  > City I directory, an Advertising Section and Facts about Nassau and the Bahamas thai will iiiir/.v it > the m I lifts ting and useful cm pilation < ver submitte 1 to the public. Published Monthly 6d. per copy. 5s. fnl. per year, I.i,m E. II. Dubuch, Editor and Pi / S A I" %  /.. GUbtrl Dufnck, Uanagtr, %  Tribune" Office, 44 Market St. Nassau, X.I'., lUihanuis. SIIA'U E nf SIHMJ, with Or A SIIA'h E ran HMI O gan iini niiii Instrumental .in ut will he rendered at /.mil li.i|)tist Church on I'uesday evening a 1 si lannaiy, at half past Kl \ .li. Xilnnssi'ii 6d. olid 31I. Light refii'sliments will be Sold. A Lost >R1PT from j'llin Alfied's Wii.irf 11st IPLIII. Piiday 171I1, limn Schooner "Excel" an op-n i'.,it, iolt. lead e 'Imir, one oar in l>...it. I'ui.ler will plaase notify uplain or "Trilvine." Clifton Hotel. Nassau, N. P. Bahamas Openfor the Season. November, 1912. With a I Modern Improvements Rates--$2.50 and upwards. Best of Service, EDWARD SAUNDERS, Manager, a /•



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r T II £ 1 IU HI N E Lond 'ii. i ;. Tbe Balkan 1. dom in their determination to the war unless Turkey accepts their terms quickly. In ihe po •• ers they m ly withhold the execution of their ieso|i.a few days longer than seemed likely yesterday. They wish the world to know that theii policy is unchanged. At a meeting tod i\ 1 fie sailors discussed tho situati >n without apparently coming to any further conclusion. Wa hington, 25. Key West Florida is to be a secondary I to the main has-at Guantanamo 1 [for naval es this intention was made known tonight by the •. of the Navy. Washington, 15.—Senatoi R bill to repeal the act 1 \ 1 rican coastwise shi| ping from payment ol tolls through the 1' 1 nama Canal has not tend< d to alter tho state depart i" Sii I dward G lest. Unless by 1 tion 1 bill or one of the 1 ending house bills covering Ihe same sul should becom %  law within the next fortnight, the reply ol Secretary v will go forward to Lot on the Imrs or iginally perfei te '. London, 15. I he Home Rule Bill starte I on its final stage in the house <>f commons to lay and the occasion was marked two speeches seldom excelled in the h"iis<., by the primer minister; Her bert Asquith, and Mr Balfour, former leader of the opposition, othar speakers, representing all par! followed and thedebatefinnlly was •urned until tomorrow, when a division will be taki n. Tl ness which a previous bill of 'Mm lar nature aroused in the past was largely absent in the discu today, but with tho 11., r. 1 hill, rson the programme for tomorrow this situation may not be continued. I in' I oufle was 1 [owded to its capacity and every seat in the gallery was occupied by interested listeners. PASSAGE BY "FRANCES 1 to Miams will be I EN DOLLARS Children —I.' years and under Children 5 years and unJei $ ;. Subject to change wi bout Notice. Office "pranui K." 492 Eat; l',i.\ street Nassau, N. P., Jan, 1st, 1913 .1 Race it no better than irwomen. 1 m Remember 1 nking of bui I H IVE v'our old sofas; ;IIK1 Chairs repaired] ii re-caned Satisfaction Guaranteed. M'I'l.V tn GEO. T. BETHEL or "Tribune" Office. Dynamite, A FRESH supply just re bj schr. "Attic Darli F01 sa le l>y Cl IAS. rf LBURY. house, tli >t we will soil for the next week a fair grade of ; rig, Sid 1 half in< h cellini Ss. 4 d. Pei I SP l I CASH Vou will not ha 1 chan 'e I this [01 1 the Mill \\ ill ho st .' p on the 1 and from ih n on ing 0 k of No 1 gi of ill! Now IS I HE IIME 10 BUY. Wed for yoi itronage durii %  ol pood We can • %  tried to please e past. so wr will do in liie futun md sincerely hope for a sh ." ol vi >in 1 THE BAHAMAS IIMI'I.U COMPANY, I IMITED, \U\ HUR B. SUI r< >N No. to East J 1 EMPLOYMENT For Every and Any one and All the Time on 1 i I 'Inntill ions down West. made, if work is pursi I dily and Mosl of the 1 irk by ihe job or contrsct, louses to ao 1 those v hi %  wish to 1 a it there, Sma (jes for Mi n and their a mi I ies pn vidi d on t' tation NONE NEED HE IDLE Go there a nd th* Field Superintendents will put von to wot k Tools, and Implements furnised |. S. JOHNSON c I '. Nai -: \. I' MR. ANNA J. EDWARD. Recently arrived from Tampa, I'M., is prepared to undertake, DRESSMAKING, in the latest fashions. In addition, Mrs. Edwards alto i 1 a Specialist in HAIR STRAIGHTENING. and solicits the patronage of the general public at Mis. [ngraham, BLUE IHI. I. ROAD. W I. would inform all who appn tl ii • %  u "• have on hand an extent ol HAVANA CIGARSt Wi guarantee oyi brand to be made "I th Sumatra I 1. lUt. Ih Cigars are man Ion our premises by skilled workmen, taken 1 %  ility. 'I fie mfidently toe) the pal irs. |. L. SAI NDERS A I 1 Bav Sti • ARS ?WHITE LABEL' WHISKY POLISH j ft ii CAN I 5E Good. J WITH THE P UTMOST j| CONFIDENCE Among the Families of STOUT a z £ £ fc tf O 'A O Q S MEUXS Light and Nourishing. Z C 2 g c Is THE OLDEST AND ALWAYS HAS THE LEAD FOP Result Advertise in The "Tribune



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fr %  t THE R DIPI i v \ TISTS CAUSES -I IR IN CIAI. IR( I ES IN i HE UNITl D STATES. Imperial Chai r Revi> ( ) M (>rd< i l'i mulg 'i' 'i by Prim i 4 A vi rital le storm r( protest has aroused throughout the United States ovei the edit i promulgated by the rmperial Chan%  rmany that hereafter if a ( l erm in diploma tisl n girl it will be i • intamou king foi his rcsi .MIII i on. &icial circles in Wai up ni arms ruling, whi< h i' firs! n %  i nee Bismarck, but w hich in the coui into de•ue'ude. Of the ten embassies in Wash'. m si \ are prr-.Mli these, many of the attaches are married to American women. The list of American women married to foreign Ambasndors and Ministers includes"even Germany, It as follows: — France M idame [usserand, for, merly Miss Richards, (ireal Bt it tin Mi Bryce. Germany Countess vonBernstorfl l in :.i | Madame Ibrahim Zia Bey, formerly MissCarriel'ellows, (if New York. '., forik. Ru ii Mad une ri ikh Bea I e. I rnei ly M iss Thayer. i .for |y Miss \i i Ken' 'D. Sji rnDona Al -. Mj MM r V) of New 1 urn Mrs Hav nith, f irulhe ol Washingl Madame All Kuli Khan, ol '.i in, Sweden — Madai i Ekei foriii. 11) MrslacWson. Sun,.. ,,f tl n in i have married fur eign its lint who i!" not i ; em bass; oi lej ati< in include Countess de Chambrun, wife i f Capt i H I dt '. Ihambrun Military I mb issy : Mrs. il (he second Bi itish Emb i sy, and Young K'.'. • i. wife ol tin i t.n y, Chinese I.egation, i i idman's )a) I i ing Island [anj ig l o ihe E 'it"i nf the Tribi : Sir, Is indly .'ill' a in yout valu imns, to make a few ig .'in i ni which n at Clan I own "" the twi th of Denbei las! hy tin leai her, M. E. Wells Esqi w he could noi be loo ratulated for Ins work. The splendid way ii which both boys and girls acquitted 11 m ihe niHiij ind dialogues proved without question ihat much lime and pun-, had voted to thei i training. There was si ireely standing space ill tile .">i i House, .ip.ul iioul ihe inhabitants of the Town there was quite a large number of visitors from the Soutli End and also from Deadman's Cay; the latter knowing the Teacher, i xpe< ted to something worth the coming from such n distance and to their i surprise, which was expressed several ol the leading men of the place, they did not expect to witness an entertainment on such a grand Isl .1 hr %  a veritab — I foi I., none ol its kiml a nd would ; : lil to any Bahamian town. Music, Instrumental and vocal, %  i nil very pi Bsing At I ommissioner lohn V, i : '. and wife, 'he former seemed to l"' more than ith the g< d i suit obtained. The most iging and int< li on thin I 1 eacher aftei exti tiding hearty thanks to all for for their presence, I the entire party to stand and sing "God Save the King," which w is sung at the top *f Our voice-;, when tbfl audience dispersed being immensely ;'ii the evening's Enter t&inroent, I am. Dear Sir Rest ctfu' ly, Y< iurs VICTOR. CABLEGRAMS. Mexico City, 15.—Alarmed by the approach of rebel forces the Amei isul al Acapulco lias Sted the presence of an American warship there. Ottawa, 15—A bid for the abolition of certain titles in Cans la and foi discouraging the bestowal of oth placed to lay on the order paper for introduction in parliament tomorrow. J. II. Burnham is the author, He would do away with the custom ol conferring the title of "Honourable" on cabinet ministers and others, and dispense with the cabinet 'ice of recommending Canadifot royal birthday and newyears honours by the crown. Liverpool 15.— The British Steamer Wayfarer from Liverpool for New Orleans lias returned to port to be docked for repairs. Berlin, 15.—The wireless station at Nauen reports that it was in wireless communication with New York today, She lost iier Funnel and all Lifeboats and her steering Gear disabled in heavy gales while 700 miles from port. (Continued on fourth page.) )


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Publication Date: Saturday, January 18, 1913
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boys and girls acquitted 11
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logues proved without question
ihat much lime and pun-, had
voted to thei i training.
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ill tile .">i.....i House, .ip.ul iioul
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was quite a large number of visi-
tors from the Soutli End and also
from Deadman's Cay; the latter
knowing the Teacher, i xpe< ted to
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from such n distance and to their
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the place, they did not expect to
witness an entertainment on such
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tained. The
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thanks to all for for their
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party to stand and sing "God Save
the King," which w is sung at the
top *f Our voice-;, when tbfl audi-
ence dispersed being immensely
. ;'ii the evening's Enter
t&inroent,
I am. Dear Sir
Rest ctfu' ly, Y< iurs
VICTOR.
CABLEGRAMS.
Mexico City, 15.Alarmed by
the approach of rebel forces the
Amei isul al Acapulco lias
Sted the presence of an Ame-
rican warship there.
Ottawa, 15A bid for the abo-
lition of certain titles in Cans la
and foi discouraging the bestowal
of oth placed to lay on the
order paper for introduction in
parliament tomorrow. J. II.
Burnham is the author, He would
do away with the custom ol con-
ferring the title of "Honourable"
on cabinet ministers and others,
and dispense with the cabinet
'ice of recommending Canadi-
fot royal birthday and new-
years honours by the crown.
Liverpool 15.The British
Steamer Wayfarer from Liverpool
for New Orleans lias returned to
port to be docked for repairs.
Berlin, 15.The wireless station
at Nauen reports that it was in
wireless communication with New
York today,
She lost iier Funnel and all Life-
boats and her steering Gear dis-
abled in heavy gales while 700
miles from port.
(Continued on fourth page.)
)


TH E
T R I R U N E
The Tribune
SATURDAY JAN. 18, 1913.
So the harbour-deepening ques-
tion has gone to a select commit-
tee of the House of Assembly
once more We hope the commit-
tee may be able to recommend
something that may bring us
further forward. Two steamers
have gone to South West Bay
this week, to the annoyance and
inconvenience of passengers and
importers, or, to put it in other
words, we have had two object
lessons illustrative of the de-
sirability of having a suitable
harbour in one week, and even
in one day.
Some think it well to act on
the recommendation of the Gov-
ernment that money be spent in
getting the expert advice of an
engineer from England, others
would call for tenders at once.
If firms would tender on the
basis of the information now in
hand, this would perhaps be tin
better course. At any rate, we
hope the House and the Execu-
tive will act promptly, and we
hope with all our hearts that we
may quickly be able to get
large steamers into our harbour
and to our wharves in all kinds
of weather. Tlu-n the reproach
"Nassau is all right, but its the
Retting there." which former
visitors to Nassau have levelled
at us in many cases, will 11
to have force.
We are informed that Mr. I..
Walton Young, the new mem-
ber for the Eastern Disti i< r,
made his maiden speech, which
was in favour of deepening the
harbour, in a very creditable
fashion.
j New York when such fabrica-
I tions ha'-e to be called in to do
duty as news.
j
HIS EXCELLENCY THE
GOVERNOR PAYS
EARLY SURPRISE
VISITS.
On Tuesday morning, soon
after the mails had been deliver-
ed at the Post (Mfice, 11 i^ Excel-
lency appeared 011 the scene and
asked "where is vour Captain ?"
To which, the KirstClerk repli-
ed "Oh, he does not come
down till after breakfast Sir."
"Oh he doesn't eh ?"
1 >n I hiirsdaj he was seen at
the Custom I louse goon after
{Office Hours. The Chief was
fortunately there, and as usual
smoking ids cigarette, "Only
this and nothing more." The
cigarette quickly disappeared
through the window before His
Excellency reached the Chief.
We are pleased to heai that
I lis Excellency theGovernor vis
ited the Boys Central School on
1 Friday mon ,r during school
hours, and found the Master
absent, one f acher only present,
and school not open. Perhaps
this long standing abuse will
now be rectified.
1 he school hours are now too
short if every minute of them be
occupied, but when school i*
opened late and closed l> I 1
time why the students are
cheated of valuable time
We shall be pleased to hear
that the Governor has visited
some of our other.schools.
Well done Governor. Do
more.
On Wednesday evening at 7
o'clock. Mrs. Ethel Hunter, of
Cat Island, will preach in the
same church.
J
At the Imperial .
Professor RoyVentriloquism
and Black Artis good. Prof.
Rogersin Songl and Monolo-
gueis good. The Pictures are
good. The Theatre is good.
J
We ii.o e icceived a Commit -
[ nication on the Lauds Vcquisi
$12,560,000 or $1,000,000 in
SKcess of the paid-up capital at
te end of the year of $11,560,.
000.
With the balance carried for-
ward DecembgKjoth, 1911, the
net profits for the eleven months,
and the pp'u,iuiMpn new capi-
tal stock, the totaTamount avail-
able for distribution amounted
to $7,432,617 Tins was appli-
ed as follows:To dividends,
9 5. vs 5 : officers'pension fund,
> j 000 ; written off bank prem-
tion Act, which came in too late js<>s,$ [oo.ooo applied to Reserve
It will Fund, $5.5031813; leaving a
for publication today.
appear 011 Tuesday.
have been informed that
a Hani; is soon to be established
in the Eastern District.
j*
The attention of our readers
is invited to the Sacred Concert
on the Library ( been tomorrow
afternoon.
balance to he carried forward of
$61 1.2 iq
"Financial Post," Montreal.
IK >MK RULE I'll I. II \S P\SS.
ED I III 1 IIRD READING
Wl I II \ MH IH I V OF no.
n long rtem
bill passed
tonight liy
The versatility and reckless-
ness of the American Press j.,
simply wonderful.
The liucideiit of the hoisting
of the urgent signal "N. J." at
WatlingsIsland, as the initials
of the infant son of Mr. Erskine
Jones, Asst. Lightkeeper, whose
baptism was being celebrated ;
but which signal was unfortu-
nately seen by a passing steamer
and communicated to the Jama i
ca government and through it
to the governor here, eight wars
ago is now going the rounds of
the New York papers, such as
the "Herald," "World" -Jour-
nal," and others, needless to say
in a highly exaggerated form,
two weeks ago, as an occurence
of "a few weeks ago."
Things must he very slow in
Our readers attention is called
to the Service of SongatZion
on I'uesday evening next.
J
I he Ward Liner "Havana"
si a in I from New York at 1 p.
m. to day wtth 70 passengers.
S. S. "San Mateo" will leave
Ne V irk with freight on -'5th.
1 1 nil low ing clipping will
doubtless be read with interest
by many ol our readers.
ROYAL BANK.
At Christ Church, Cathedral,
to morrow (Sunday) afternoon,
at 5 o'clock, the Rev. C. Dudley
Lumpen will preach a special
Sermon, jot men only, on the
subject : "Money : How to eel
it : How to spend it." Well
known Hymns will be sung.
; All classes are welcome.
SAINT AGNES CHURCH,
Patnmal Festival.
Monday January 20th. at 7 jo
; p.m. Solemn Evensong and Pro-
i cession. Sermon by the Rev. R.
I K. Bennett, Rector of s Mat-
thew's church.
Tunday Jan. 21st at 7 a. m.
Missa Cantata.
We have been requested to
state that the New S. J. Bennett,
Pastor of the Kirk, will prea< h
in Bethel Chapel to-morrow
(Sunday)afternoon,|at j o'clock.
Liquid Assets \~ Per Cent, of
Total LiabilitiesEarnings
ig 2 Per Cent.
The first annual report of the
Roj it Bank since the absorption'case ni girth known,andall the
of the Trader," Bank shows good credit not given to the Chamber
gains over the combined figures of Commerce, I will ask you
of the two banks for last year. I kindly to publish this letter fm
1 nndon, 16. \fter
battle, the home rule
the house of (' m lliOM
r ma j 11 iiy of i 10.
Lute' it was r< a of lords. I lie 1 ituw wan crowded
to 1 a ihoui the d.iv l he Nation*
alisu were mily n itiitn short of
the r full utrensfl h.
The I.ih.'i.iis mid Labouriiat,
too, turned out i" frce and 'h
Unionists were n1 far below their
(Ol d mo'iiher-liip.
The > al'ei ie- were tilled In th< ii
i i| 1 itv. Tim upper house met 'S-
1.....Il\ to receive the meuiej
When the figures "ere announced
the NationaliO cheered 1>M y for
Premiei Asquith a el M Krftiiond.
J*
Nassau,
11 th I lu.iarv 1913.
To the Editor of the Tribune,
I ''.'r .'sir
In ord-r that the facts of this
Owing to the change in the
fiscal year the report is for only
eleven months, from January ;
to November 30. Net profits
for the eleven month (amounted
to f 1,537,324, or at the rate ,,|
19.I9 per cent, on the average
paid up capital ol $8,650,756.
Total deposits at November
me.
By recent mail via Miami, our
esteemed ind enterprising fel-
low citizen Han Id E. M. John-
son Esq re< ed 1 letter from
the firm of J.I 11 ob Lippmann &
Co. of j6fi Washington St. New
York, bruit d ilers, advising
that some effort be made bv this
30 were $137,891,667, showing Colony, to secure representation
a large increase over the COm-jbefore the Wavs and Means
bmed deposits of the Royal and Committee. This letter came
Traders at the end of last year.
An outstanding feature of the
report is the particularly large
proportion of liquid assets to to-
tal liabilities, the percentage of
quick assets being over 47 per
cent.
The amount applied to reserve
totalled $5,503 812, bringing
the reserve up to the total of
to the knowledge of another of
our energetic and thoughtful
citizens, Henr\ C.Christie, Esq.
who at once grasped the situa-
tion and addressed a communi-
cation to the Colonial Secretary
on the subject, which in due
course found its way into the
hands of our much esteemed
new Governor. His Lpjellency
4


11 If.
T R I ]\V N F.
at once realized its impor (opinion of these members per-1
tance and considered il in Conn hips ivas'tfuly | : med and
oil, upon whose decision it was |>erliap* some would pass anv-
referred to tho Chamber of Com- j tiling, or anv soi' of work, hii i
merce for uent -uid early re- i nevertheless still say that t e e
commentl.it>AOis. Tlie Chamh- | has been too much rounding r
er's Executive Committee was oval shape given to thi tn -,
promptly^alled together at that the.streets have been raicel
Midday Tuesday, and upon ton high'in th ...i
their rtcommi idntion tl u >v < ... ,,,.. Ii(,| ,,.,,
pro nptl i that f irtal ,.r
in damp we illu r
N i tim c i ild be I >-' .-is the Sin ig m) letter of the
steamer was sailing thai even- 9th I have seen 2 horses fall in
i 11 iZ for Miami and the Ways and
M'M'isCoMl'IMttrr hilS I pi >< >l 111 ClI
the aoth inst., as its day for sit-
ting, so thai the Colonial Si
tary'a Department and the Gov
ernois ()fnce had t i work ovei
time, till six o'clock or later on
that day, in order to coii' hide
arrangements for Mr. Bri :e*s de-
parture at 9 p.111 I lis l''\.. Ilf-n -v
the Govern n certainly d sei \
considerable commendation for
his prompt and read) action.
The Colonial S "cret try t m, m is
anxious to help tli scheme
the sa ne spot in less than a
hours and in a p irti >n made by
Mr N ;hh\ mine was one of
them. I c >uld gii 1 names and
numbers nf carriages and drivers
but there is no neccessin for
is 1// of us are not fond of
seeing our 11 imes n print li c<
Mr V Mine dc.es not look
w II as his. hence my re is< in h*.
using a"n.....de plume." I could
also five the na nes of the p is-
sen jers, who I am glad to sav,
none of t lined anv 111
juries, but the I lorses did, and
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The machine maka five diflereni sto.- l
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Simmons Ceorgia. writes: "I moke $10 day." Lopez Dfego. T. KM. wnl.s. "Mode
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along and he therefore d -s i eir harness sustained consider-
our thank''-, and Si > all al< ill : the
line, embraci ig Mr (Ihi stie M
I larold K. M Johnson, an la*.I
but not least Messrs Lipp nann
(' impany.
The Clriml)' ,of Commerce,is
responsible for the select i >u <>[
Mi. I'h ce, hut they did not. I re
pre! to b is', con -iv.....>riji 1
ate tlie^pjra but del their part,
as the otlreis, in h Ipin? to pit
the effort into opei ation
Thanking ya i Mr Edit ir,
Yours faithfully
ONE WHO KNOWS.
Nassau N. P.
i am
Mr \ I ; ;sr*5 that I "min I
i i i!- m i ess is I am licens-
..nd the roads sh uld
be suitable to drive over My
previ mis letter was "for the R'rod
o lie public," this, is to defend
niv assertions and so I am finish
i d, b) saying thai I hope Mr \"-
sir..i g praise of "om i steemi d
a mI rnosi energetic Civil En-
H in- r" and those worthy mem
is of the B '.nd. will have its '.
' tired effect of award in i him
many more contracts of this
kind, when am sure that after,
Jmy 17th, 191 j. my firs, ,,,] ,|11S S.C,M | i,.,,,.,
Ljear Mr. hditor of the rribune, that "the powers that be" will
1 do not regret thai 1 im are- ,,,,! their first mistake and
gular MbKrinar i your valu not raise I e centre of the street
Rble journal, therefore must go unnecessarily high.
crave your indulgence in reply Regretting this waste of time,
mg to Louis D. Neeley's letter
of the i jth inst.
I am aware thai Mr. X. is "ont
of thec-(ict tionsof the newly remade streets
I am also aware that the macad
amising was "performed accord
inK to plan and specification,
drawn up hy no less a. person
than our esteemed, and most
energetic Civil Engineer and
approved hy members of the
Hoard of I'ublir Works," but
nbout then integrity and their
fearlessness in the discharge of
their duty I am no judge, so
must take Mr. N's word and
leave the general public to look
Up the namt[ and form their
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Mi. Editor.
Youra faithfully
DRIVER. Yet.
BIRTH
BO WEN-On Sunday 29th
Orcr. iqia, at tlii*ir ret-itlcnce near
I nit limaslle, to Mr. and Mrs
Donald Biiwen, n son.
ENGAGEMENT.
JOHNSON.-COLE BROOK
Mi and Mrs. Felix ColebrooV East
Street, South, announees the en-
aagemrot of their daughter Madn-
na to Mr. George K. lohnfconfPoIice
own n|unions. I he work in the 1 Constable No 32.)
//-. /......1 Bahamian Magatitu
paper, ink.^and your valuable Tk$ Strombua" includes an I
(1 // Directo 1 y, > City I directory,
an Advertising Section and Facts
about Nassau and the Bahamas
thai will iiiir/.v it > the
m I lifts ting and useful cm
pilation < ver submitte 1 to the
public.
Published Monthly
6d. per copy. 5s. fnl. per year,
I.i,m E. II. Dubuch, Editor and Pi /
S A I" '
/.. GUbtrl Dufnck, Uanagtr,
'Tribune" Office, 44 Market St.
Nassau, X.I'., lUihanuis.
SIIA'U E nf Sihmj, with Or
ASIIA'h E
ran hmI o
gan iini niiii Instrumental
.in ut will he rendered at
/.mil li.i|)tist Church on I'uesday
evening a 1 si lannaiy, at half past
Kl \ .li.
Xilnnssi'ii 6d. olid 31I.
Light refii'sliments will be Sold.
A
Lost
>R1PT from j'llin Alfied's
Wii.irf 11st iplIii. Piiday 171I1,
limn Schooner "Excel" an op-n
i'.,it, iolt. lead e 'Imir, one oar in
l>...it. I'ui.ler will plaase notify
uplain or "Trilvine."
Clifton Hotel.
Nassau, N. P. Bahamas
Openfor the Season.
November, 1912.
With a I Modern Improvements
Rates--$2.50 and upwards.
Best of Service,
EDWARD SAUNDERS,
Manager,
a
/


r
T II
1 IU HI N E
Lond 'ii. i ;. Tbe Balkan 1.
dom in their
determination to the war
unless Turkey accepts their terms
quickly. In ihe po
ers they m ly withhold the execu-
tion of their ieso|i.- a few days
longer than seemed likely yester-
day.
They wish the world to know
that theii policy is unchanged.
At a meeting tod i\ 1 fie
sailors discussed tho situati >n
without apparently coming to any
further conclusion.
Wa hington, 25. Key West
Florida is to be a secondary I
to the main has-- at Guantanamo
1 [for naval es this in-
tention was made known tonight
by the . of the
Navy.
Washington, 15.Senatoi R
bill to repeal the act 1
\ 1 rican coastwise shi| ping from
payment ol tolls through the 1' 1
nama Canal has not tend< d to
alter tho state depart
i" Sii I dward G lest. Un-
less by 1 tion 1
bill or one of the 1 ending house
bills covering Ihe same sul
should becom law within the next
fortnight, the reply ol Secretary
v will go forward to Lot
on the Imrs or iginally perfei te '.
London, 15. I he Home Rule
Bill starte I on its final stage in the
house <>f commons to lay and
the occasion was marked
two speeches seldom excelled in the
h"iis<., by the primer minister; Her
bert Asquith, and Mr Balfour, for-
mer leader of the opposition, othar
speakers, representing all par!
followed and thedebatefinnlly was
urned until tomorrow, when a
division will be taki n. Tl
ness which a previous bill of 'Mm
lar nature aroused in the past was
largely absent in the discu
today, but with tho 11., r. 1 hill, rson
the programme for tomorrow this
situation may not be continued.
I in' I oufle was 1 [owded to its
capacity and every seat in the
gallery was occupied by interested
listeners.
PASSAGE
BY "FRANCES 1 "
to Miams will be I EN DOLLARS
Children I.' years and under
Children 5 years and unJei $ ;.
Subject to change wi bout Notice.
Office "pranui K."
492 Eat; l',i.\ street
Nassau, N. P.,
Jan, 1st, 1913
.1 Race it no better than ir-
women.
1
m
Remember
1 nking of bui I
HIVE v'our old sofas;
;iik1 Chairs repaired]
ii re-caned
Satisfaction Guaranteed.
M'I'l.V tn GEO. T. BETHEL
or "Tribune" Office.
Dynamite,
AFRESH supply just re
bj schr. "Attic Darli
F01 sa le l>y
Cl IAS. rf
LBURY.
house, tli >t we will soil for the
next week a fair grade of
; rig, Sid 1 half in< h
cellini
Ss. 4d. Pei I SP l I CASH
Vou will not ha 1 chan 'e I
this [01 1 the
Mill \\ ill ho st .' p on the 1
and from ih n on
ing 0 k of No 1 gi
of ill!
Now IS I HE IIME 10 BUY.
Wed
for yoi it-
ronage durii

ol pood We can
tried to
please e past. so wr will
do in liie futun md sincerely hope
for a sh ." ol vi >in 1
THE BAHAMAS IIMI'I.U
COMPANY, I IMITED,
\U\ HUR B. SUI r< >N
No. to East J 1
EMPLOY-
MENT
For Every and Any one
and
All the Time
on 1 i I 'Inntill ions down
West.
made,
if work is pursi I dily and
Mosl of the 1 irk by ihe job or
contrsct, louses to ao 1
those v hi wish to 1 a it there,
Sma (jes for Mi n and their
a mi I ies pn vidi d on t' tation
NONE NEED HE IDLE
Go there a nd th* Field Superintend-
ents will put von to wot k
Tools, and Implements furnised
|. S. JOHNSON c I '.
Nai -: \. I'
MR. ANNA J. EDWARD.
Recently arrived from Tampa,
I'M., is prepared to undertake,
DRESSMAKING,
in the latest fashions.
In addition, Mrs. Edwards alto i1-
a Specialist in
HAIR STRAIGHTENING.
and solicits the patronage of the
general public at Mis. [ngraham,
BLUE IHI.I. ROAD.
W
I. would inform all who appn tl ii u "
have on hand an extent ol HAVANA CIGARSt Wi
guarantee oyi brand to be made "I th Sumatra
. I 1. lUt.
Ih Cigars are man Ion our premises by skilled workmen,
taken 1 ility.
'I fie mfidently toe)
the pal irs.
|. L. SAI NDERS A I 1
Bav Sti
ARS
?WHITE LABEL'
WHISKY
POLISH
j ft ii CAN I 5E
Good.
J WITH THE
P UTMOST
j| CONFIDENCE
Among the Families
of STOUT

a z
* fc
tf O 'A
O Q S
Meuxs
Light and Nourishing.
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Is THE OLDEST AND ALWAYS HAS THE LEAD
Fop Result Advertise
in The "Tribune


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