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n. \HE TRIBUNE n Ordered that the Chief Clerk cany the same to the Legislative Council and desire their concurrence. On motion the House adjourned. j %  The following Resolution has been handed to us for publication: Committee Room. Wesley Church Grant's Town Nassau N.P. January. 12 1913. To Mr. JosephMoreley Mrs. Israel Adderley & Family. Whereas THE GREAT DISPOSER OF ALL EVENTS has been pleased to call from labour to rest our dear Sister JuliaAanMore ley, on the 2nd of January last. We meekly bow to His decree for such is the common lot of all mankind. And whereas she has been conned ed with this association from its very beginning as its Treasurer. And Whereas this association fjlly realises that Her place can hardly be filled. Be it therefore resolved that this association place on record its sense of its loss in hei sudden call. That their warmest sympathy be, extended to the husband and relatives in this their sad bereavement, sincerely trusting that they may learn to love more the Hand that struck the blow, and meekly give her op. Our prayer is that this severe affliction may be sanctified to our eternal good,, That her Christianly Character mayhave a lastingeffect. And that we may le reminded that, Time is short and life is fleeting, And our hearts though stout and brave, Still like muffled drumsare beating. Funeral marches to our graves. Signed on behalf of the LADIES COMMITTEE F. A. Colebiook Chairman Martha Moreley Julia Wilson Lumber 1x6 Tongue and Groove and lxd Novelty Siding at 14s. and 7d per I1K). Jx6 Dressed 4 sides-at 10s. 3d. per 100. All fresh stock just from Jack sonville—a great bargain. Mails all sizes at 1 'cl lb. 5x18 Cypress Shingles at 30s. 25s. & 40s. per tooo. C. C SAINDERS. Y y)2 Bay St. v CABLEGRAMS. r "" Washington, 16.—Edward M. k Mylius, the journalist convicted in i London for libelling King George, for which he had a penalty of ten bionths in prison, was ordeied Wined away from the gates of the Hnted States today by Secretary %  Commerce and Labour Nagel K an undesirable immigrant. Washington, 16.—The shifting character of Mexican rebel activi ties again demonstrates today when it became necessary to dispatch the cruiser Denver to Acapulco, where American lives are in danger of a threatened rebel attack on thatjcity. L Lcndon, 16.—Marconi issues dropped hearily on the Stock Exchange today on issue of an interim report by the select committee appointed to inquire into the contract entered into between the British Post Office and the Marconi Company. The Stork Exchange took the view that the proposal by the committee of a technical committee was not a bull point. The interim report strongly approves the projected trains of wireless stations to unite the British Dominion*, and urges the government to take steps to obtain sites for stations in the countries mentioned in the post office agreement with the Marconi Company. Paris, 16.—The eve of the Presidential election finds the situation 1 as involved as it was at the begin! ning. The joint caucus to nominate a I candidate ended today without j giving a majority to either Premiei I Poincare or Jules Pals, the Minister of Agriculture. London, 16. — Another day has passed without progress in the peace negotiations. The ambassa1 dors of the powers have not yet I presented their collective note to the Porta. Versailles, 18 -Raymond Poincare, was elected President of the Republic of France today by the national assembly. London, 18.—The collective not of the European powers drawn up bv the ambassa< l o ial conference at London Wi s handed to th Turkish goven ment at Constant!nople. Meetings of the ambassadors continue. I he q lestion of the disposition of the Turkish islands lias been set aside until the Ottoman government answers the note. London, 18.— Oscar Hammer stein is the defendant in two actions, to be heard in the high court here arising out of his London opera house venture. Two of his former operatic stars have entered suit against him, claiming heavy damages for breach of contract. His decision to discontinue grand opera in London was the reason for the breaking of the contracts. London, 18.— The Marquis of Anglesey was present to day at the \ ) %  CONVINCING It is impossible for any argument in favour of Sunlight Soap to be more convincing than a trial of the Soap itself. <* * SUNLIGHT 117 SOAP TRY THE Sl'NIir.HT > WAV y marriage of his brother, Lc.rd Victor Paget, to Olive May, the American gaiety actress. I he weddu.g was a quiet affair the couple starting at once for Paris. Pan* ma, 18.— Another bad slide occurred in Culehra Cut yesterday, 250,000 yards of material falling from a high hill and the slide threatens to spread. (ffhc (^trombus The I'remitr Uohominn MtigtiMine "The Strombus" includes an Official Directory, a City Directory, an Advertising Section and Facts about Nat$OU and the Bahamas that will make it probably the most interesting and useful compilation ever tubtnitted to the public. Published Monthly Od. per copy. 5s. 6d. per year. I.eon K. H. hupuch. Editor and Proprietor. S A Dillet, AtnciuU Editor. 1. (iilbert Uupuck, Manager. "Tribune" Office, 44 Market St. Nauau, N.P., Bahama*. A SERVICE of Song, with Or g.-Mi and other Instrumental accompaniment will be rendered at Zion Baptist Church on 1 uesday evening aist January, at half past seven. Admission 6d. and 3d. Light refreshments will be sold. A Race is no belter than its women. Remember I f you are thinking of building a house, that we will sell for the next week a fair grade of No 2 Flooring, Siding and half inch celling at 8s. 4 d. Per 100 Feet. SPOT CASH You will not have a chance like this for some time to come as the Mill will be starting upon the 15th and from then on we will be carrying our usual stock of No 1 grade of lumber of all sizes. NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY. We desire to thank you for your kind patronage during 1912 and to wish oui customers, one and all, the best ol good things for 1913. We can assure you that as we have tried to please you in the past, so we will do h, the future and sincerely hope for a share of youi custom. THE BAHAMAS TIMBER COMPANY, LIMITED, ARTHUR B. SUTTON No. to East Stieet. Manager Dynamite. FRESH supply just received A bv schr. For sa CHAS "Hattie Darling le bv > iS. E AI.BURY. —



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3 cr CO CD a :r O (D (0 THE T R IBUNI 3\ r uUiu.s addictus jurnre in verba j BRINO BOUND TO SWEAR TO TH1 D0G4AS OI V0L X Nasram N. P., Bahamas Monday January 20, 1913 No. 39 LEON R. 11 DUPTC.i, EoiTOI ANI> I'mipmtiOH OFFICE id u MAUKKT SXRBBT ,., N P., KAKAMAS. ii. Bos in PUBLISHED DAILY Monday. Wednesday ami Friday •illgla ri>|.y ..• ... I I. Tuesday. I'IIHIMUV an Sat I in g It co p l *Veeklv 4 i d Monthly 31 irterlj %  %  BalfYeirh Vra.ly • %  "' PAY KM l IN A if. \ 4 Advertising Rati f.„ nr-i insertion three iiem (.,i rtio %  '' hup lot mibasquent A.iv. Ki BIT i f ;i %  %  • We have bean ask< I l the statement that Mr, leG wa i trded tst prise in the ^ h.nns Shoa Store contest, made such .-i siaie.ii.-nt, we said lie won it, which he did, according to the advertisement ofthncontest,and so the Proprietor told us. Legibility only-came in, in the event of a tie ; as t<> WO of the judges not being able to read Mr, deCilanville's card with the naked e\e ; W( II, Some peojd %  cannot t -ad ordinary writing with the naked eye. We hare been asked to correct the si it ment made in ourcolumns that the Captain of the "A'awak" brought a lun IIM to the Hospit1. an.I la say that it WAS Cpt. StOft of the "Nellie Leonora." We in' informed that the follow. inn places were entered and burglarised during the month nl Deer.— The Coronella, C. J. Kelly and Bro,, Evans' Carpenter Shop, Lifhtbourna's Eastern Drug Store, and Demcritte's Jewcllry Stoie. It is suggested to us that several Serjeants of Police should be appointed whose sole riulv should be to see that the Police on their districts. By the "Guardian" w that Alfred i'"> %  n i rumoured on # S itu proving. l be Question baa been ask I "In it true a dangerous lunatic escaped from the Insane Ward and lias n >t l*en caught vet.^jf The "Guardi m reports that he has bei n.caught. I IK Eastern Volunteer Hand, under Bandmaster Crawley, ren| ,i prog ram mi of sirred music the Library Green yesterday afternoon, rhe playing was very '. | he very large gathering, on this occasion, again (toes to • a oui argument that our pie ar>great lovers nf music md appreciate good music at all Cargo shipped | er "Monterey" In I lor new York, Jaov 17. 394 hales ip >nge, 45biles refuse sponge, 43 bales sponge clipping, 245 hales Sisal, < bales sisal waste, .,, bids, shells, H bales bark, stai crates I'om itoes, 1S7 boxes citrus Imits, 6 bbls citrus fruits, 20 tons lignumvitae, 7 pkgs nld metal, 21 kgs. old rubber, 3 pkgsSundries. The American Motor Yacht "Harold" arrived yesterday from Miami Fla. The Mail steamer "Monterey" arrived in New Yoik at 2 o'clock tins morning. FOREIGN Mails per Mail Steamer "Miami" will be closed on TuesI iy 21st at 2 p. m. md on Friday .: |'h at 4 p. ni. INTKRIS'SI i.\u \l nls for Clarence I own, l.ong Isldj Rum Cay; rhe Bight, \1thurNT0wn, San Salvad,,r -. \ -kinis laid : Long Cay and I, 1 ;ua will be closed on ihursday, zy\ at 11 o'clock a in. H IN, HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY. Thursday evening. 1. %  11, January 1913. The House met according to adjournment. Mr. Weech reported the delivery of the message to 11 is l.xcellencv tin Covernor, conveying an ad.. to the Secretary of State for \ Ionics with reference to the design ition of this Colony as ., Crown Colony, and that His Exwas pleased to say that he woul I .111 trans Mr, Al '' ;i from the foi ., I dement which v print* d \|, "'" from'th. |. praj n : 1 Hi fund ol 1. tonnage due-, paid import Fruit packiiigsuppli I'll. -; Comi f.dl" n k %  I',. II: and M On petition 1 Mr. I • %  '• '• K proving for a •AS and Fund lect Committi M %  • %  W.I ,hnson am Win. On motion Sands it v No. 7, iovi 1 iransmittu 1 bei : I 1 merce %  ,nt ,,f ( %  1 Exhibition • Commiil M : " mei and Ubu ,nl ingly. \ K. Solomon from the Committe on th Bil I " %  %  imults 1 ' li,1, j which lllst l "" r aod printed, M, ioved that the Bill to be read • %  nd '• "' '• M '.i.u-on 11 oved lli:a ,l be .' I l:i • M 'Malcolm as : : ,t that u ' rred to 1 Committee. On the qu stion b second ami H lm l 5 a r ned aod ,„,. Rill referred 10 the foil ,„select Committee.-Messrs. Malcolm, V K. *ilompn. Dr. Johnson, Weech, ( urry. Cole an Alburv N1 s n d that the Rill 1 ferri'ns K ''" Registration of Births and D t,me which aftei imendn was p t ^


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2''ull ius addicts jurre in verbal .


BRING ROUND TO SWEAR TO THP DOG JAS OF NO MASI 9R.

VOL x Naasau N. P., Bahamas ,Monday January 20, 1913 No. 3 9


LION E. tH. DUPt'CA,.
EDITOR A*No I0soPI1TOR

OPFICEI 3t 44 MARKItT STRICT
Nassau N. P., BANAMAS.
;'. u. Box lii "

PUBLISHED DAILY.
Monday, NAedaesday and Friday-
single copy ... jd.
Tuesday, Thursday and Raturday-
single copy ... ... .. id.
weekly ... ... 41d
Monthly ... s. 41
Quarterly ... ... 4s.
alf Yearl ... 8s.
stly ... ... i
PAYABLE IN AI)VANCF.

Advertising Rates: -Six pence per line
for first inertion ; three pence per line
forsecond insertion; and one penny per
Ime for subsequent insertinns.
Advertisements under eight lines 4s.

We have been asked to correct
* the statement that Mr. de Glanvil.,
was awarded ist prize in the Wil.
liams Shoe Store contest, we never
,made such a statement, we said he
won it, which he did, according to
the advertisement of thecontest,and
so the Proprietor told us.
'. Legibilityonlycaine in, in the
event of a tie ; as to two of the
judges not being able to read Mr.
de Glanville's card with the naked
eye; well, some people cannot read
ordinary writing with the naked
eye.


We have been asked to correct
the statement made in our columns
that the Captain of the "Arawak"
brought a lunate. to the Hospita l,
and to say that it was Capt. Storr
of the "Nellie Leonora."

We are informed that the follow.
ing places were entered and bur.
giarised. during the month of
Decr.- The Coronella, C. J. Kelly
Sand Bro., Ejans' Carpenter Shop,
L4gh.tbo0uwes asteim Drug Store,
h., s "Deniaiate's Jewelary Stote.

* + ItLas~t+egesdd to.s that several


The Question igs been asked "Is
it true a dangerous lunatic escaped
from the Insane W.ard and has not
lieen caught yet
The "GuardOtW reports that he
has been caught.

The Eastern Volunteer Band,
under Bandmaster Crawley, ren-
derd a programme of sacred music
on the Library Green yesterday
afternoon. The playing was very
good. The very large gathering, on
this occasion, again goes tol
strengthen our argument that our
people are great lovers of music
and appreciate good music at all
times.


he would have great pleasure in
transmi'timg the sime.
Mr. Albury presented a petition
fro'm the Currnt praying for 50o.
for a Cart Road between that set-
tlenient and the Lu\er logue.
which was read and ordered to be
printed,
Mr. Weech presented a petition
from the J. S. Johnson Company
praying for th fund of light and
tonnage dues pail by them on the
importationi of certain Ftuit ptck.
itng supplies and Fish Irays, which
was read and oider~d to be printed.
The Speaker appointed. The
Committee of Public Accounts as
follows: Messrs. Malcolm, W. C.
B. Johnson, Curry, E. V. Solomon


Cargo shipped per "Monterey" and Moeley.
bound for new York, Jany 17. On Motion of Mr. Weech the
394 hales sponge, 45 bales refuse petition of Mr. Lewis J. K Brace,
sponge, 43 bales sponge clipping, Jpraying for a refund from the
245 hales Sisal, 3 bales sisal waste,: Widows and Orphans Fund was
95 bbls. shells, 8 bales bark, :a2 I referred to the following Select.
crates Tomatoes, 157 boxes citrus Committee.-Messrs. Weech, W.C.
f(uits, 6 bbls citrus fruits, 20 tons B. Johnson and G(amblin.
lignumvitae, 7 pkgs old metal, On motion of Mr. Sands it was
a pkgs. old rubber, 3 pkgs Sundries. resolved that Message No. 7, from


The American Motor Yacht
"Harold" arrived yesterday from
Miami Fla.

The Mail steamer "Monterey"
arrived in New York at 2 o'clock
this morning.

FOREIGN Mails per Mail Steamer
"Miami" will be closed on Tues-
day 2tstat 2 p. m. and on Friday
24th at 4 p. m.

INTERInSULAR Maijs for Clarence
Town, Long Isid; Rum Cay; The.
fight, Arthur's Town, San Salva-
dor : Acklins Isld : Long Cay and
lnagua will he closed on Fhursday,
23d at it o'clock a. im.

HON. HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY.
Thursday evening.
H 6th, January t913.
The House met according to ad-


the Governor transmittirga ieso-
lution of the Chamber of Com.
merce suggesting a grant of (200
for expense of the Colony's exhib-
ing at the l'oronto Exhibition
referred to a Select Committee.
Messes. Sands, Cole, Curry. T. Cul-
mer and .\lbury appointed accord-
ingly. .
Mr. A. K. Solomon from the
Committee on the Bill for prevent.
ing tumults etc reported a Bill,
which was read a first time and


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printed.
Mr Sands moved that the Bill to
amend .the Pension Act I909 be
read a second time; Mr. Johnson
moved as an amendment that it
be read this day fortnight; Mr.
Malcolm as a further amendment
that it be referredd to a Select
Committee.
On the question ,being put the
second amendment was carried
and tne Brill referred to the follow.


* districts
.Uir districts.


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*ly the "Guardian" we
.,that Alfred Rowe, whose
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'wsmg of t message to a rwxenemy "wiwws www.-" .-y. w-w
the Governor, conveving an ad- Alhury.
dress to the Se y of State for Mr. Sands moved that the Bill r""
learn the Colonies w' I eence to the ferring to theRegistration of Births
death designation of this Colony as a and Deaths be read a third time,
is im- Crown Colony, and that His Ex- which after several amendments
cellency was pleased to say that was passed.


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Ordered that the Chief Clerk Washington 6.-Th6 #hifng
y the sam t the Legislative character Mexican rebel mactiv
ncil and desire their concur- ties again demonstrates today
to when it became necessary to dis.
S motion the House adjourned, patch the cruiser Denver to Acapul.
.m4wbm An lie ae an
he following Resolution has daaoe ofa iteaMd rebel attack
banded to us fore publication: on that ity.
j Committee Room. '-
ey Church Grant's Town London, z6.-Marconi issues
Nassau N.P. dropped heavily on the Stock Ex.
January, 2a 1913. change today on issue of an interim
Mr. JosephMoreley Mrs. Israel report by the select committee ap.
S Adderley & Family. pointed to inquire into the contract
hWhereas THE GREAT DIS- entered into between the British
{; R OF ALL EVENTS has Post Office and the Marconi Com-
please4to call from labour to, pany.
'our dear'Sister JuliaAanMore- I The Stock Exchange took the
ley, on the an2d of January last. We view that the proposal by the com-
meekly bow to His decree for such mittee of a technical committee
is the common lot of all mankind. was hot a bull point.
And whereas she has been con- The interim report strongly ap-
dected with this association from proves the projected trains of wire-
its verybeginning as its Treasurer. less stations to unite the British
And, whereas this association fully Dominions, and urges the govern-
vqatises that Her place can hardly ment to take steps to obtain sites
be filled. Be it therefore resolved for stations in the countries men.
that this association place on re- tioned in the post office agreement
cord its sense of its It$ss in het sud- with the Marconi Company.
den call. That their warmest sym- -
pathy be, extended to the husband Paris, z6.-The eve of the Pre-
and relatives in this their sad berea- gidential election finds the situation
vement, sincerely trusting that as involved as it was at the begin,.
they may learn to love more the ning.
Hand that sttb*e blow, and The joint caucus to nominate a
meekly give ber'" candidate ended to day without
Our prayer is that this severe giving a majority to either Premies
affliction may be sanctified to our Poincare or Jules Pals, the Minis.
eternal good,, That her Christianly ter of Agriculture.
Character mayhave a lastingeffect.
And that we may be reminded that, London, 16.-Another day has
%Time is short and life'is fleeting, passed without progress in the
And our hearts though stout and Deace negotiations. The ambassa.


brave,
Still like muffled drums are beat-
ing,
Funeral marches to our graves.
Signed on behalf of the
LADIES COMMITTEE
F. A. Colebrook,Chairman
Martha Moreley
,Julia Wilson


Lumber
ix6 Tongue and Groove and 1x6
Novelty Siding at i4s. and 7d per
zoo. ,
x6 Dreaed 4 sides-at oes. 3d,
per too.
All fresh stock just from Jack.
sonville--a great bargain.
, Mails all sizes at ,id lb.
5xi8 Cypress Shingles at 3os.
25s. & 40os. per sooo.
C. C SAUNDERS.
492 BaY St.
CABLEGRAMS. 4
Washing e Edward M.
Mylis, thIe arale oited ise
Leaodou for 1 KCaing Gorge,
whb he lad a penalty of tea
nbs in pisn, was ordered
away from the gates of the
cited States today by Secretary
Commerce and Labour Nagel
an unaeirable immigrant.


dors of the powers have not yet
presented their collective note to
the Porte.
Versailles, 18 -Raymond Poin-
care, was elected President of the
Republic of France today by the
national assembly.
London. i8.-The collective not
of the European powers drawn up
by the ambassado.-ial conference
at London wi s handed to the
Turkish government at Constanti.
nople.,
Meetings of the ambassadors
continue. The question of the dis-.
position of the 1 urkish islands has
been set aside until the Ottoman
government answers the note.
London, i8.- Oscar Hammer
stein is the defendant in two
actions, to be heard in the high
court hers arising out, oa ..4 l .
don opera. house venture. Two of
his former. operatic stars have en-
tered suit against him, oltaming
heavy damages for breach oft
tra41, His deciloe to direct
grand opera in London whe the
reason for the breaking of the con.
tracts.
London, 18.- The Marquit of
Anglesey was present to day at the


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TRIBUNE

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It is impossible for any
argument in favour d
Sunlight Soap to be more
convicgW than a trial o
the Soap itself. # 4


SUNLIGHT
SOAP
TRY THB
SUNIGHT
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Remombor
Tf you are thinking of building a
house, that we will sell for the
next week a fair grade of No a
Flooring, Siding and half inch
ceiling at
8s. 4d. Per too Feet. SPOT CASH
You will not have a chance like
this for some time to come as the
Mill will be starting upon tie 3sth
and from then on we will be carry.
ing our usual stock of No i grade
of lumber of all sizes.
NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY.
We desire to thank you
for your kind pat.
ronage during 19132 and to wish
out customers, one and all, the best
of good thinp for 1913. We can
aBsure you that as,we have tried to
please 'you in the past, so we will
do in the future and sincerely hope
for a share of youth custom.
THE BAHAMAS TIMBER
COMPANY, LIMITED,
ARTHUR B. SUTTON
No. to East StSeet. Meage
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Dynamite.
AFRESH supply just received
by Wchw. Hat* tI g
A.,i : .*.
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marriage of his brother, Lord Vie.-
tor Paget, to Olive May, the .
American gaiety actress. The wed-
'dag was a quiet affair the couple
starting at once for Paris.
Pane ma, 18.- Another bad slide //
occurred in Culebra Cut yesterday,
50,000ooo yards of material falling
from a high hill and the slide /
threatens to spread.
I II N^K^ll


Cfhe trombu&
The Premier Bakamian Magainm

"The Strombus" includes an Offi.
cial Directory, a City Directory,
an Advertising Section and Facts
about Nassau and the Bahamas
that will make it probably the
most interesting and useful com-
pilation ever submitted to the
public.,

Published Monthly
6d. per copy. 5s. 6d. per year.

Loo E. f. Dup Ediftr ad Poprietor.
S, A. DUat, Amciat Editor,
L. Giibt DptwhI, Meagwer.
"Tribane Office, 44 Market St.
Nassau, N.P., Bahamas.
A SRVICE of Song, with Or-.
ATpo and other Istrumental
accompaniment will be rendered at
Zion Baptist Church on Tluesday
*e"ing a2st January, at half past
Admission 6d. and 3d.
Light refreshments will be sold.

A Race is no better than its
women. .. .', .




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