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1 11 E T R IBU N I. The Tribune [1 I1URS0AY JAN. 23, I.JIJ. UNIONIST DISl Nil N. Radical though we I e in Im1 1 .il 1 olitics, v. e l.a\ efora time p 1st been thinking thai I pi ent 1 1 ;ii of the Unii misl | irt} is largely du ; iarture from its prim ipli s. Quite recently a writ< t in ctator" has in the folli iv terms admirabl} 1 K\ has been passing through our mind: — 1 heC Parts has a m<>.'. u-i ful and n< 11 -sary funi lion to 1 erform in C(HII1|[\ unhapp} pi 1 iod %  if strife shall ha> \ laway, it will sen ia warning to futui 1 ions of C01 n that radical mgi 5 had b left to Radicals 1 The Chamberlain . licy, though it i an efl 11 al a on to an old too violi lit to Suit I i a halt, hese "tir id I the in. pot le, that thi "l ori et their nice 'ii riding into p Unioni the I year won • by an appeal to thisdesin to strain. The} attacked; ingGovi ing nu. as the Insuran '. Al ie time they l< ft 11 tion till the next G on. This 1. change and si I litii al rest cure. It is that e\ en I .iberal 1 rs ol the Manchester Rel .1 m Clul 1 openl} stated that the} voted I nionist at the last X. W. Manch( 1 tion, I felt that tin don gressivi mi 3 been t< 1 %  •' ep from agi tatii Liberals and [ fnioni t I Tra y might have further wi ak< ni d th G rnment forII ,uid stood a chance ol ting a majority, if only a small 1 ; •, at the next general election. \\ uli a small majority, not tated In s, thi y Could pri 'i).il)lv .] 1 tlicr with comparative 1 a 1 : full terra, if they w astute, the} could pa n ires of reform the ele<'. gan tocall for 1 so as to forestall the Radicals. and thus might k< ep 1 owi r for rable period. What Is is not a Cli imberl lin, but a Disraeli At pri sent, that Cli nism is n {htin its life in the I MUM i ty. If it w ins, < %  that the 1 Conform up until J". R to the and by polic} iry Free 11 like I i'Tl I lail,"the"Daih 1 aph" and [1 he "Daily Gi are g tO i 1 out ill it and lii C 111 a I lion that does not thin the pi | .laid of agth in ine "Tariff Ref' the Uni had • As i h 1. nd di'' 1 I A pri 1 t writ5: "LiteraN} it 1 • im| to %  ii hout fai tion i ,K1\ 1 • i I 1 11 la, J and 1. but 1 ii V't vious, I which all of thisadvertisin I advi m for the HI that the; mot go 1 g th re foi the 1 thai tl 1 not < >ur great iu n an o lining d <> 11 leof you, but you are il from a m in ol note in this countr} 1-. w hundreds ol thousands in the way of advertising, fhere is Wilson in Bei mud. Br; tn in Miami, and I aft on his Jamaica and Panan ha\ tful cli uate than any of them. W by .' . it is I of the Ii Bran" and "Antilia," used I City, which prethe work well The last steam>,,!,i her from taking the only ei referred to, was the means ol which will bum,' her to reducing the rate fiom 60c to k The wdrst enemies per Bbl. /.< %  .' us ;v. r .... 1 are her own ultra con-1 Th* Out Maud I servatives who arc hanging on have even greatei cai fi 1 com the heels of progress 1 ton of plaining-thaq those in Nassau, lead. iliv who camn to i I ary, I death whii hi had to endui I as tl ight is not du lp'd mail ha %  M I f it was intei I his uired h %  [ %  their 1m in it was not uniisu il ii •>* Ived TheS.S. "Monti rey 01 Northbound trip had 1 1 mil .,! t| [] n • %  I the N iu as a : > which was red too lamp to be stow,,. ip in the hold with I ( )n MIX • home I' %  I will • u a pa from fthem. I \ which d oes m> t con I Pan I i \m< • 1 is a '•• 1' • n 1 and uld be 1 e that their I ibre is Iri I before; • • I.. iu 1 VVilmi %  I In pi imis, I would lil that the building and IUUUJJInd I since! I that hi M wthly voyi .Hid 1 in will be as smi in idffet her, lU'itain h at lie res ts al \\ ' %  ; < t in the si P '•"'" w rig ath iUR FROM NORTH FREIGH r SERVICE. 0 ,' %  the U. S.* S 11 at Wsitlii We publ a W pre S t a 1111 111111 man at the w heel what I brush iv from his i on 1, r B d .. r, her full ," she'll rial. • "w ith a li me in ith" ing Freight service rrangethough the harbour bar be moanmerits from New York, and th i loch I hoch I h %  %  ii" talk of ormm iiarter a tramp to "Nig il WJ Ik contrary, j our freight at the proper J"Th Pol In not) n and convenient time. This is an jug up," the} an awa if the Importers will mui n. Th< ir eyi ight i p combine, and it will surely li It seems that so soon as a to a 1 wet rate than the Fifty man goes "On the Force," his 1 %  et IMil. eye be < "i 1 "' I The "Viking", "Johannes apd tel and his auditory



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functions impaired. I lecan see a small box outside the sid< ,1 hundred yards away, but he cannot hear the prol %  %  ,,, %  ed Sft hi verj eli.o, k -.-A-li w wet furnishi concrete case. A | i rson had ju %  ien1 by the payment ofafine imp by Ins Worship, i"^ it r down N%the ;, \ itli the v ilest in.ill' tions imprecations auii with' 'k, and candle," that the enuit) of the devil him Id fo date and ut ''His Won ip, i has survjved the thunderings, now I inheard, uni ii. unheard" bj the i blue, I ut a little box K a littli o as the nui tiich had a minu'j I" i by the sc was y the ha' by %  ed by 111 • %  call of du iv, left I I group n of the littli to 1 Hi • • it from which it • I I was mind I the boy : 'ail dr< adi I the ri I been tli re before. I hi the similar %  (inn in : liiug windows and.'injurin I inmates.Once more, Ip againstsucrt lawIt or musl tinpeo[)le take the law mt" their own hands.' Youl truthfully, A SUFFERER FROM LAWLESSNESS. Notices of Motionfor Tburs lay evening, January aand QUES1 ION& Mr. W. C. Ba.Johnson i. i low many Public I ha\ >•I %  < n n tire I under • tion ; I ion of r i What are tin and for what reasons .were I retired ? How many Publi Offi< i arly contemj tion i un lei ,|. What are their names and for what reasons ai II I II I Mr. I i )., the pel itii n of Mrs. Eliza Smith praying lor a gratuitv. BILL. i !! IP Mr. \. K. Solomon \ Bill for pn I nults and d\ and effectual punisht of Rioters WOMAN'S WORK lever clone. So runs the proverb. But with Sunlight Soap as a helper the wash lieldv over. Dirt flies before Sunlight Soap like the morning mist before the rising sun. rf . i* SUNLIGHT SOAP TRY Tin: SI M KiHT WAV \\ THI ; O IURT. .1 i in in ions i 113. W I | u iry C : %  His Honour D. Pu I u K. c, c 1I I r' % % % %  H c '.. ,K C V iral tingl Thomas Newman; C i of a girl under thiri j i trial | led, I the ward a verdi :1 of < Juilty Prisoner need rvitu le The Cani adjourned until tomorrow morning at a hall | I bui ' rry. Coui 11 • i %  a.m. I 11 .! %  D. Tudor K. C lusticej'The 1 p. C. Wells-Durrant, K. C, Attbrnt %  I i rmation No. 4. The King vs. Georgiana Deveaux. Hou I ing ami tare ny. The following jury was emiigjj,.i %  lied r; bllish* Thompson, Aibeii Bethel, Harold Butler, Isaiah Sweetii fes Arteaga.Heni. > i i,] ireman, John II. B J. K. Amoury, Jas. |... -; i. John II. William lor. K Juror.-, in waiting I Tiiui at a.m. Thi trial pi The jury returm d a verdict of i Juilty ol Larceny, with a I %  rhe Court I the pris to 1 months in u lent W I' 11 The Court adjourned until 'Finn -lav the 30th at 10 IMPERIAL BIG Special Programme. Friday at 8 p.m. 1. •• rhe Flirt" by REX. 2, "Ireland and Israel" big IK ill I IN 1 1 %  • j. "I lei Lord and M Comi .. j( •• 1 h. I :ket" the C" iWBOVS. ^ **What's the I -' %  werj C nic NOTICE I UK VAUDEVILLE BILL THIS WEEK. \\'i call your special attention to the Two big RAGTIME HITS nl 1 ,. ig b) 1'Ki )!•". R( IGERS. %  • \t tl "a Revival d "My I ittle Loving Aero Man." Two in" New Yi i rk sensatic a lie reel. This pic uld be hard to equal, excit. id a film of quality. Song by Prof. Von Ros: "THE Id I LRINGERS SONG" tiful Bass Ballad. 1 \P 1 RIEND. Beautiful. ; 1 ASTER EGG >mic. 5, Beau Brummel in a new vaudeville hit. Come, hear him and Id l I LE MOTHER. Grand 7. MANUFACTURE OF ROCHEFORD CHEESE. I'ducati nal. Comic Sons'bv Prof Von Ro o. STOLEN; GEMS. HAND. COLOURED I l.ATi RE. 10. 'A Morning on the Bois de Boulogne" A beautiful picture filled with the magnificent scenery of the Bois. I'M ki ts may be reserved now. Admission—3S. gd. Cd. Don't forget our Grand Matinee Monday at 4.3 0 p.m. is now read^* and on sale at the "Tribune" Office HOTEL] COLONIAL, and COLE'S PHARMACY. %  4



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THE TRIRL'N E sent tariff rates. Mr. L. (i. Brice, representing the Bahamas, urged a reduction of the duty on sponges, pineapples, grapefruit and other things. Bermuda wanted the tariff reduced to help their people whose trade they said, depended on the United States. Washington, 21—Disquieting reports of a grave situation at Vera Cruz Mexico today caused state department officials to seriously consider despatching one of the warships from the first division of the Atlantic fleet at Guantanamo for immediate duty at the Mexican I port. aroused frenzied enthusiasm at an anti-suffrage meeting in Querns Hall tonight by saying: "\VV dont want to open the door at all, not to a million women %  jis^d up as municipal electors, or three million women marching as a vanguard of a Jgreat army, which would eventually take charge of the destinies of the state." London, 21.—There was a sen Rational development yesterday in Connection with the inquiry regarding the Marconi Company's contract with the British government. The managing director of the company wrote to the Tostmaster General requesting that the government treat the contract as no longer binding on either party. The wireless department of the Mock exchange was greatly excited on getting the news, Marconi shares falling nt first, but recovering and closing stronger on the day. Constantinople, 21.—There has been a notable change in the tone of the press. The newspapers today almost unanimously declare that the Port*! has no optioii but to bow to the wishes of Europe, They, therefore, advoca e the immediate summoning of a national assembly to give moral support to the goverment in concluding peace under the best pot* sible terms. London, 21.—The ambassadorial convention will begin to day discussion of the limits of the future Albania, one of the most difficult of the items to be submitted to them. Washington, 21.PresidentTaft has approved the note prepared at the state department in reply to the communication from Sir Ed ward Grey, British Foreign Minister, protesting against the exemption "f American coast wise ship pine from the payment of tolls in the Panarr.a Canal. As a matter of official courtesy information is withheld as to the exact status of the note until it has been received by the British governmnnt. London, 21.—For the first time in the history of London a policeman was killed to day while on a fixed post. p. C. John Smith was the victim. He was iun over by a motor-bus at Ludgate Circus. London, 21. —Lord Curzon Remember I f you aie thinking rif building ,1 house, tint we will sell for the next week a l.nr grade of \,, .. Flooring, Siding and half inch celling at 8s. 4 d. Pei 100 Fet. SPOT CAM I You will not have a chance like this for some tune to come as ike Mill will be starting up on t lie 15th and from then on we will I c carrying our usual stock of No 1 grade of lumber n( all sizes NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY. We desire to thank von for your kind patronage during 1913 and to u-iuli out customers, one and all, tli..)i-,t ol good things for 10,13. We can assure you that as up have tried to ple.ise you in the past, so w • will do in the future and sincerely hope for a share of youi custom THE BAHAMAS TIMBER COMPANY. LIMITED, ARTHUR B. BUTTON No. 10 East Sneet. Manager EMPLOYMENT For Every and Any one and All the Time on our Sis.il Plantations down West. Satisfactory earning* MM he made, if work is pursued steadily and industriously Most of the work is by the job or contract. Houses to accomodate those who wish to resid.there. Small cottages for Men and their amilies provided on the plantation NONE NEED BE IDLE Go there and the Field Superintend, ents will put you to woik Pools, and Implements furnised. I. S. JOHNSON CO. Nussau, H. P H AVE vour old sofas and ChaiPS repaired and re-caned •satisfaction Guaranteed.* APPLY to GEO. T BETHEL* or "Tribune" Office. Dynamite. A FRESH supply just received by srhr. "H.ittie Darling For sale bv CHAS. E ALBURY. W L would inform all who appreciate a Good Smoke that we now hive on hand an extensive Slock of HAVANA CIGARS. We guarantee our brand to be made of the finest Havana and Sumatra Wrappers, and Hav.ua Fillers throughout. I hese Cigars are manufactured on our premises by skilled workmen, and great pains are taken to pmduce an ni tide of superior quality. The success we have met wiili m the past leads us confidently tn 1 xp.ct the patronage of connoiseurs. J. L. S.AL'NDERS A Co. Ba\ Street. DEWARS 'WHITE LABEL* WHISKY Cheap I end Good. 2 ^ A POLISH YOU CAN USE WITH THE UTMOST CONFIDENCE Among* the Families of STOUT z m £ w m > p o a Mtuxs STOUT Li-iil and Nourishing V. c o o X D IS THE OLDEST AND ALWAYS HAS THE LEAD FOP Result Advertise in The "Tribune"



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4. 3 P 3 cr CO CD o CD CO ^TRIBUN tfifrtf Jiul'ius *ddic:uc jur-ire ;r. vcrca jvCasict? BRING flOUNTi IO Mvnu rnTHf non.lAsnF Mi MA V0L X Nasrau N. P., Bahamas Thursday January 23, 1912 Nc. 4 2 LEON E. H. DUPI'C i. KDITOK AND I* M.I rmi • >.B o.'Ci." s s ,, tfAUKKT *TKHltT MMMM N. P., I.AIPAM*-. '. O. 11..k lo.. PUBLISHED i)\in II ui.Uy, Ve.lne-.Uv ami Friday— tiaglecopy ... ... ja. Tuesday, Tlmrailay an.I Satunlav-MllljllC.1|>V ... ... Ill Weekly ... ... < PAYAHLK IN ADVA NCI Asi'<]uent in*ertinn* Advertisements mi'lei eight lines 4s. GOVERNMENT NOTICES. Hugh !'. Pickwnad Esq., Coin* misttouei I lope Town Abnco lias been granted three weeks vacation leave. + Joseph Bethel Esq., baa been appointed Acting Commissioner during the absence of Mr. Picktvoed. a • % % % %  < Charles Ortnond dr Ricci Broun I'.sq has been appointed a justice of the Peace for Andros Island. • The Governor lias redgniscd provisionally Eric V. Solomon, Esq., as Vice and Deputy Consul for the United Mates. + H An Order in Council permitting Pine Apples grown in Cuba to be packed in the factory registered No. 1 is published. + Mr. James A. Lowe has been appointed District Postmaster at the Bluff, Eleuthera. + Mr. Albert E. Bain has been appointed District Postmaster at Mastic Point, Andros. Marconigrams received at Watling'* NI.0..I h\ U. v s. "II mniI)..I. PHFSS mjl.LEUN \'l\ R \l>IO, DEC. 27, 1912, SXYVIILLR, I.. I. NM York, -United Fruit St.-.nner "Turrialba" still ashore i.ll li.ine^.i!, New Jersey Coast, I u-s trying to get her off. Im mi i^e quantities of enrgo thrown overboard to lighten ship. I*.ins. -lire.it Storm prevails throughout Fiance. Telephone and telegtaph systems and other channels of communication damaged also shipping seriously damuged along coast and harbourworks cniisi.lei.il|\ (I imaged. Dispatch says Princs Ahmed Fan.I, uncle o Egyptian Khedive piepnring lo inter Albania with tWentv thousand troops and proclaim himself Prince of Albania. Berlin: — Bulgaria preparing to redone war again says dispatch. \Y ,r Ministei is recruiting all able b "died im n under sixly years. I'ekm! Chinese National As nenihty approved terms six new loans to-day. Sydney, Australia:—Sam Langfind to. ay defeated Sam McVey, knocking him out in thu thirteenth lound. The light was one of the 6 rceat s-en in Australia for eight years, Langfbrd showed superior at every stage although McVey fought defiantly. New York. — Wrecking tugs today went to the assistance of the M. Miner I 'urriulha, winch is stranded olf the New Jersey Coast, Quantities of cargo were thrown overboard lo lighten the ship. Indianapolis.— Judge delivered charge to the jury this afternoon in Hie trial ul alleged dynamite conspiracy by labor unions. Panama.—President Taft decided not to appoint a civil Governor for the Canal Zone until after re turning to the United State*. It is believed he will name Colonel Goetals. London.—King George suffered from a chill and was unable to attend church Christmas Day and dinner by the Queen Mother, Al exandra. Plymouth, England.—A terriffic storm prevails along the English Channel, causing the stranding of tip Brazilian steamer "Zoyas'\ n I turn M'IH>OIP :i I lie Allies demand hr the sur. reiidei id Andnanople fortress still remains a stumbling block in the Balkan peace negotiations, 1 'rreml>er s8, 1913 New York :—Ths Unit .1 Kruit Company's Steamei I mi ialli,i has I).-en floated and is being towed to this port, vVeathei fni New York an.I vicinity : Weather Sunday, fair, moderate West to Southwest finds. 'it.imiti.il, Y... President Elect Wilson arrived here at Ins birthplace last night ami attended today a celebration in lionoi of his fifty sixth birthday. England : -'I he Danish steamer "Volmer" was wrecked Thursday by a gale in the English Channel and fifteen of the crew drowned. Captain Ansonand one other, the only survivors wenrescued fro.n an open ho.it. Indianapolis.—President Ryan of International Iron Wurken Un* ion and practically all die executive ofliceis of the union, defendants in the dynamite conspiracy trial were found guilty bv the federal jury to day and will he sentenced Monday. London : — 'I hrilling talcs about encountering terrific storm off Ushant on the French Coast Christmas day when water nearly filled eveiy cabin were told by three hundred passengers of French steamer aiming to-day. CABLEGRAMS. January 23, 1913. London, 21. — Col. Sir Win. Henry Manning has been appoint ed Governor of Jamaica to replace Sir Henry Olivier. Col. Manning has been Governor of the Nyassaland Protectorate since 1910. Washington, ai. — Free meat, proposed by the house democrats at the last session of congress, was indicated as part of extra session of congress tariff revision programme at the hearing before the house committee on ways and means today. Bermuda and the Bahamas registered a protest against the pre(Coutinucd on fourth page.)


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GOVERNMENT NOTICES.

Htlgh F. Pickwoad Esq., Comn.
mismonier Hope Town Abaco
has been granted three weeks
vacation leave.

Joseph Bethel Esq., has been
appointed Acting Commissioner
during the absence of Mr. Pick.
woad.
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Charles Ormond de Ricci
Brown Esq has been appointed
a justice of the Peace for Andros
Island.

The Governor has recognized
provisionally Eric V. Solomon,
Esq., as Vice and Deputy Consul
for the United States.

An k. in Council permit.



Mr. James A. Lowe has been
appointed District Postmaster
at the Bluff, Eleuthera.

Mr. Albert E. Bain has been
appointed District Postmaster
at Mastic Point, Andros.


Marconigrams received ar Wat. thi Brazilian ste.iner "Zyias" and
ling's Islntid by U. ". S. ''llI i ni- two schooners.
hul." IThe Allies demand for the sur-
PRFSS BUILLE I IN Vl \ R \IO retider of Andrianople fortress still
DEC. 27, 191. S \YVIII.LE, L. !. remains a stumbling block in the
__._ Balkan peace negotiations.
December 28, 1912
Net% York."--United FIruit New York :-The Unit-d Fruit
.te.,.er "TurrialNw" still ashore Company's steamer l'urrialba
..ft t.uinegat, New Jersy Coast. has been floated and is being tow-
Tugs trying to i t her off Im ed to this port. Weather for New
metwe quantities of cargo thrown York and vicinity : Weather
overboard to lighten ship. Sunday, fair, moderate West to
P-ris.-Great storm prevails Southwest winds.
thrtctghout Fiance. Telephone S.taunton, Va.- President Elect
end telegraph systems and other Wilson arrived here at has birth-
channels of communication dam. place last night and attended to-
aged also shipping seriously dam- day a celebration in honor of his
aged along coast and harbourworks fifty sixth birthday.
conide .tlh ydimaged. I England :- T he Danish steamer
Dispatch .Vys Pric- Ahmed "Volmer" was wrecked Thursday
Faud, uncle of Egyptian Khedive by a gale in the English Channel
peeparing to enter Albania with and fifteen of the crew drowned.
twenty thousand troops and pro- Captain Anson and one other, the
cldam himself Prince of Albania. only survivors were rescued fro.n
Berlin :--Bulgaria preparing to an open boat.
resume war again says dispatch. Indianapolis.-President Rvan
Wr Minister is recruiting all able of International Iron Workers tJn-
bdied me n under sixty years. ion and practically all the execu
Pekin :-Chinese National As tive offices of the union, defen-
senl)ty approved terms six new dants in the dynamite conspiracy
loans to.t.la trial were found guilty by the Fe-
Sydney, Australia:-Sam Lang- deral jury to day and will be sen.
ford to. ay defeated Sam McVey, tenced Monday.
knocking hia, out in the thirteenth London :- Thrilling tales about
",tu.d. Thie fight was one of the encountering terri6c storm off Us-
fiercest seen it. Australia for eight hant on the French Coast Christ-
years. Laugfurd showed superior mas day when water nearly filled
at every stage although McVey every cabin were told by three
fought defiantly. hundred passengers of French
New York.-Wrecking tugs.to- steamer arriving to-day.
(Jay went to the assistance of the steamer arriving to-day.
steamer Turrialba, which isstran. CABLEGRAMS.
ded off the New Jersey Coast.
Quantities of cargo were thrown January 23, 1913.
oiverbeoard to lighten the ship. London, 2a.-Col. Sir WVm.
Indianapolis.- Judge. delivered Henry Manning has been appoint
charge to the jury thib afternoon ed Governor of Jamaica to replace
i ltie trial of alleged dynamite Sir Henry Olivier. Col. Manning
conspiracy by labor unions. has been Governor of the Nyassa.
Panama.-President Taft decid- land Protectorate since 19se.
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Sfor their full term. 0 they were . It is because of the- le- Brun" and "Antilia," used to do
The Tribune astute, they could pass moderate thargy of the City, which pre- I the work well. The last steam-
,.13. measures of reform when the vents her from taking the only er referred tw.was the means of
THURSDAY JAN. 23, 1913. electorate began to call for them steps which will .Oring her to reducing the iate ffom 6oc to 5o0(
_----- --- so as to forestall the Radicals. the front. The wOrst enemies per Bbl. Let us peat the dose.
UNIONIST DISUNION. and thus might keep power for of Nassau are her-own ultra con- I *Th Out Island Importers
--- a considerable period. What servatives who are hanging on have even gatqr cause for corn
Radical though we be in Im- Conservatism needs is not a the heels of progress like tons of! plaining-than, -those in Nnisau,
perial politics, we have for some Chamberlain, but a Disraeli lead. as their freight is not duimed
time past been thinking that the At present, we believe that I recently ni't sine people here, antilafter their fortniBly
present predicament of the Chamberlainism is fighting for who came to N :.ts. I on Unionist party is largely due to its life in the Unionist party. If ar, 1 ti.nl: t'.v, v a ", anl reach them in s-n1 e ,cases until
a departure from its principles. it wins, we believe that the they were aim t 'ii-h ne-i t' two ~\ceks ;ftte it was intended
Quite recently a writer in the ILancashire and Yorkshire Con- death' bv the tearful e.barking (ir expected wifetn ordered: This
"Spectator has in the following servatives w ll secede and form which thev hal to endure. The means more capital is required
terms admirably expressed wlat a separate Toiv group until the sailors I,ulhied at them and said for their business.
has been passing through our '"Tariff Reformers" yield to the I t:at it was not unusual, but it .' t
mind:-- "The Conservative Par- force of circumstances and by was so severe that they resolved Thlie S. S. "Monterey" on her
ty has a most useful and neces- gently (Iroppin, tItli ir policy n ver to go to Nassau again, last Northbound trip had occa-
sary function to perform in the make it easy to fuse witil Vr ,m the standpoint of the U. S.. si.W to reject some 9 or 1o bales
country's life. When the present the Tory Free i ra; s once the onlv hope of Nassau as a [lad Cleaned Sisal, which was
unhappy period of bitterness more. It seei;s to w', ;Iia! p1,[i' :s tourist resort of the future is a considered too damp to be stow-
and strife shall have passed a- like the "Tie '1 i..es, the Di d.epened harbour. ((d up in the hold with the other
way, it will serve as a warning lv Mail," the "Dailv Telegraph" On mv table lie three maga- cargo. Evidently the stevedores
to future generations of Conser- and 'the "Daily (iraphi ic," are zines atd a Hippodroine Pro f at ed spontaneous combustion,
vative statesmen that radical seeking to aveit a split by quiett- \Nrani. I will send vou a page and our shippers should be very-
changes had best he left to Ilv shelving the ten-year-'old lis- from each of them. (.reful to see that their Fibre is
1Radicals!! The Chamberlain; cal policy until th Ie Il dies oult I ,o n ,t know of a sing:.le first tiM -'ir ly dried before packing
fiscal policy, though it is really 0o it and becon!'s a mere Ipious class AIn, ric'an ,,i.gie whicli i, Iales.
an effort at a reaction to an old opinion- an academic ll((1t.1tion do(II s 1n't contain Jiut suLlr'l item ,o
svstemn, is too violent to suit tlat does not .i',e \within tire alut CuFa, I 'mni l,', J ia. Schoo er I"Louise F." ar.
those electors who get tired of reach of ipr;act ICal politics. In- ';nPa ii;in ".,eihr \ml';ica. Flori rive. ye terday from \Vilming-
change and want to call a halt. stcad of wasting sirnigthl in da. lc-.i Ir,, i ,ico etc. bu,' ", N. L. 'litl at cargo of lu0m-
It is when these "tired feelings" internecine stI ggles over I have vt t,-,' a word abo !r .I tdii:es.
come over the undecided por- "Tariff Reform," rthe Unitioints Nassau. ( .' neraliv '.peaking, ,
tion of the electorate, that the had better pull 1hemsclvcs to- tine \meri BaI do lit kl ,v tha Ihetween Union and Market Sts.
"Tories generally get their gether to face tin, coming Ratli- there is a \\'initer i-s',rt n I o. 1 23 Oct. 19:2.
chance of riding into power. ( al attack on tIr' lami system. Nassin, and nob ,\ iv telling E'ditr 'Triibune
' lie Unionists have during tie A.-s it is, the v a trittcrintu a- tlem. Nov v : un l;i'el by) n., le' Ir Sir,
past year won elections by an ivav what clhati, e they l,,l ,,f In;-:; in "I )(vpcn Hiarb ours." lI)pr imis, I would like to say
appeal to this desire to relax the de eating l lo .e lk uie \\ ilji .# that tlhe building and lat i -
strain. They attacked a reform- Disi stabli-Iient.i. and th lpro- On, our first pa-.' w- publish inig of Srmnilbus (the concliP,!
ing Government and that sweep- posed atnwniiilment of the Regis- a 'numIber of Mlan ormigrams r,- ;alike creditable, and I since ely
ing measure of reform known trationi law. ceived by tile U. S. S. "Hl; t i-ist thatt her Monthly voya es
as the Insurance Act. At the nibal" at" Watling- Island, Iay be prosperous ones, and
same time they left "Tariff Re- A private correspohident writ- i\V publishi.tlvse items as na, t1iat her patl 'through the stormy
form" as an open question till ing from New York says : ilis'a tion o tih uperiont of cea will l1* as smooth as
the next General Election. This "LiteraHN it i.; impossible to a Wireless Statiion over our pre JMiay be. No\v and agiin ad-
wvas very acceptable to voters go down town without facing sent arrangement by which we verse wimids. ay buffet her, seas
agitated by change and seeking in every station iarg'r- placards arie d thie political rest cure. It is said advertising i ermnuda, Jamaica at Julitr for nI s ? h liA lith i, s,\ crepig her decks fore and
that even Liberal members of and Pai na,.i, but I ,have as yet reu'icnts at \ atlint'.- Isirld r, ,fl;,f!, ;r tih'A.13s' and "ordi,:n-
the Manchester Ref&rrm Clubl fa led to one i word concern- ci-,. I, of d1:v, ,, I. oti'r.nce r 's" may disa.pearin the seeth
openly stated that they voted ing Nas-au. lThe reason is oh- in mn ~ st, fodu ay". be- ing foam, but keep your weath-
Unionist at the last N. W. Man- vious. It is the t:ealnlsip lines fore tr-,'; were 'c. ic, hr', as er eyolifting, and so long as the
chester election, because they which are doing practically all Cablegraims. man at the wheel what time ihe
felt that there had been enough of this advertising. They do not brushes the salt spray from his
done in the way of passing pro- Iadvertise Nassau for the simple OUR FROM NORTH eyes, keeps his eye fixed on her
gressive measures for the pre-- reason that they do not go there. FREIGI IT SERVICE. course, meets the seas as they
sent. Had the Tories been able They do not go there for the -- come along, and then keeps her
to keep from agitating moderate simple reason that thev do nnt Importer,-' are yet an'1d on- 'iull and by," she'll make port
Liberals and Unionist Free have adequate harbour Lacihtites. stanti'v complaining of tihe exist- "with a bone in her mouth"
Traders, they might have further Our great aewn are coming down ing Freight service arrange.- though the harbour bar be moan-
weakened the Government for- on every side of you, but you are Mtaeatsirom New York, and there ing. "Hochl hoch hoch
ces and stood a chance of get- missed. Every visit from a man is some talk of org iusing so 4q Sitambus."
ting a majority, if only a small of note in this country is worth to charter a tramp steamer to "Nig'ht Walker" to the contrary,
one, at the next general election, hundreds of thousands in the bring our freight at the proper "The Police (do not) need wak-
With a small majority,not agi- way of advertising. There is and convenient time. This is on ig up," they are awake over-
tated by divisions, and deter- Wilson in Bermuda, Bryan in easy matter if the Importers will mpch. Their .eye-sight is peculi-
mined to do as little as possiblee Miami, and Taft on his way to combine, and it will surely lead ar. It seem :that so soon as a
beyond routine business, they Jamaica and Panama. Yet you I to a lower rate than the Fifty man goes "oh the Force," his
could probably hold toge- have a more delightful climate i Cents per Bbl. Ieye. becomes both microscopic
~.yt coQmparative ease than any of then. Why ? ,, The "Viking", "Johannes a d telescopic, and s auditor
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fhnc s iripaired. 'He can see
a s I1 box outside the side-
walk hundred, yards away,
but I cannot'hear the profane
obs it, uttered it his very el-
bow ,few weeks ago furnish-
es a concretee case. A person
,had Ist escaped imprisonment
by t pay mert of a fine imposed
by hi W\Vorhip, to Anter down
Bay.-treet an( reg. the idle
asse blv at the corner of a cross
siteo with the vilest rnaledic-
tion imprecations .qdd-cursings
with "hell, book, and candle,"
that tlie ingenuity of the devil
himself could formulate and ut-
ter against the aforesaid "1His
Wo0h1)ip," who by the way, has
survjvedI the thunderings, now I
say that this was "unheard, un-
seen, unseen, unheard" by the
mar in blue, but a little box
"only a little one" (as the nurse-
maid said,) which had a few
minutes before been emptied of
its contents by the scavenger,
was seen by the hawk-eye bob-
by Who urged by the call of du-
ty, left the interested group and
sternly ordered the return of the
little one to the precincts of thi"
establishment from which it
had been deposited.
I was minded to report the
boy in blue, but. dreaded the
consequences, Which I take it,
are obviLus to those who have
bein there before. This one of
the many instances of such and
similar occurrences of acts of
oliission a i:, nmnission b
soion of the-b s in blue, "to
earn a night repose."
,Oh yes dear Editor the
Police are awake at the wrong
miAnent. If vo( do not believe
wn "..sk Mr. Foster."
Yours feelingly,
DAY \WAIKkE ,,

j To the Editor of the Tribune.
Dear Sir:
i Docs there exist at' Nassau
lny law for the protection of
'eaccful people against agres-
\-iv, urchins "
Numbers of them, comiint di-
Vectly from school, assemble in
the smaller streets, shouting,
fight-iing and endangering pedes-
irians by the throwing of stones
'an all directions.
Lately they even-stone houses,
esmashinu witfdow J un
A hle i 9 g1 l !M
-there any'help ag
. lessness, or must the people tn e'
$ the law into their own hands ?
Yours truthfully,
A SUFFERER FROM
LAWLESSNESS.

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HON. -HOUSE .QASS T

Notwe aMot T5rW
Thursday evemivqg, January a2 nd
1913
QUESTIONS.
Mr. W. C. 1B,Johnson-
x. How many Public Officers
have been retired under the au-
thority of section 7 sub-section
(2) of The Pensions Act 1909 ?
2. What are their names, ages
and for what reason's were they
retired ?
3. How many Public Officers
'if any) are in early contempla-
tion of being retired under the
above authority ?
"4. What are their names, ages
and for what reasons are they
to be retired ?
SELE CT COMMITTEE
Mr. Bethell-
On the petition of Mrs. Eliza
Smith praying for a gratuity.
BILL.
Third Reading and Passing
Mr. A. K. Solomon--
A hill for preventing Tumults
and Riotous Assemblies and for
the $peedy and effectual punish-
ment of 1Riters.

IN THE SUPREME COURT.
January Sessions 1913.
Wednesday 2211d January
'The Court met at 10. 3o a.m.
PRESENT.
His Honour D. Tudor Esq.,1
K.'C., Ch'ief Justice ; The Hon.
ourable F. C. Wells-Durrant,K.
C. Attorney General.
Information No. 3.--The King
vs, Thomas Newman; Carnal
Knowledge (of a girl under thir-
teen years of age was called
The tiial proceeded, an(l the
jury returned a verdict of Guilty
The Prisoner was sentenced
to 3 years Penal servitude
the Court adjourned until to-
morrow morning at a half past
ten o'clock.
.Thursday 23rd Jany.
The Court met at 10. 30 a.m.
Present:
His Honour--D. Ttidor Esq.,
K. C Chief Justice ; The 1! n..
F. C. Wells-Durrant, K. C., At-
torney-General. *
Information No. 4. The King
vs. Georgiana peveaux. House-
breaking and Larceny.
The following jury was em-


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before Sunlight Soap like
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Jurors in waiting discharged
until Thursday next 30th at
10.30 a.m.
The trial proceeded.
The Jury returned a verdict
of Guilty of Larceny, with a
strong recommendation to mer
cy.
The Court sentenced the pris
oner to i months imprisonment
with hard labour.
The Court adjourned until
Thursday the 30th at 10.30 a.m.

IMPERIAL
BIG
Special Programme.
Friday at 8 p.m.
1. "The Fliit" by REX.
2. "'lIelaid and Israel" big
FIGH I'ING picture.
3. "tHer Lord and Master"
Comedy.
4. "The Locket" see the
COWBOYS.
5. "What's the Use" very Comic
NOTICE OUR VAUDEVILLE
BILL THIS WEEK.
We call your special attention to
the Two big RAGTIME HITS of
tht. -eason sung by PROF.
ROGERS.
"At the Levee on Revival day."
"My Little Loving Aero Man."
Two big New York sensationsalso
PROF ROYSthe M,\GICIAN in ;
Special NE\-W trick Perfoimnance.
6d. 9d. is.
At Nassau's on!y Theatre.


sweeting, L.nanrres weaga,nen- 5 T M T
ry M. Stevenson, Foreman, John V1 J "j
H1. osfield, J. K. Amoury, Jas.
E. Strachan, John H. Williams,
Mordecai Taylor, Key. Price 6d.


RO Y AL
Grand Feature show
Friday Jany. 24th
at 8 p.m.

Huylers Orchestra.
r. BETWEEN HONOR AND
DUTY. This picture is acted in
Paris by one of the best theatrical
troupes in the World. It is a high
class drama and is much more in-
teresting than the ordinary. The
stage setting is magnificent, and
such real good acting will be a
treat to lovers of the reel. This pica
ture would be hard to equal, excit-
ing, tragic and a film of quality.
2. Song by Prof. Von Ros:
"THE BELLRINGERS SONG"
Beautiful Bass Ballad.
3. LAST FRIEND. Beautiful.
4. EASTER EGG Comic.
5. Beau Brummel in a new vau-
deville hit. Come, hear him and
laugh.
6. LITTLE MOTHER. Grand
7. MANUFACTURE OF
ROCHEFORD CHEESE. Iduca-
tional.
8. Comic Song by Prof Von Ros.
9. STOLEN' GEMS. HAND-
COLOURED FEATURE.
10. "A Morning on the Bois de
Boulogne"- A beautiful picture
filled with the magnificent scenery
of the Bois.
Tickets may be reserved now.
Admission-2as. 9d. 6d.
Don't forget our Grand Matinee
Monday at 4.30 p.m.


"Tribune" Office
HOTEL] COLONIAL, and
COLE'1 PHARMACY.


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sent tariff rates.
Mr. L. G. lkice, representing the
Bahamas, unted a reduction of the
duty on sponges, pineapples, grape-
fruit and other things.
Bermiud wanted'the tariff to.
duced to help their people whose
trade they said, depended on the
United States.
Washington, z2-Disquieting
reports of a grave situation at Ve.
ra Cruz Mexico today caused state
department officials to seriously
consider despatching one of the
warships from the first division of
the Atlantic fleet at Guantanamo
for immediate duty at the Mexican
port.
London, 21.--There was a sen-
sational development yesterday in
connection with the inquiry re-'
Rarding the Marconi Company's
contract with the British govern-
ment. The managing director of
the company wrote to the Post.
master General requesting that the
government treat the contract as
no longer binding on either party.
The wireless department of the
stock exchange was greatly excit.
ed on getting the news, Marconi
shares falling at first, but recover-
ing and closing stronger on the,
day.
Constantinople, 21.-There has
been a notable change in the tone
of the press. The newspapers today
almost unanimously declare that
the Porte has no option but to
bow to the wishes of
Europe. They, therefore, advoca e
the immediate summoning of a
national assembly to give moral
support to the government in con-
cluding peace under the best pos.
sible terms.
London, 21.-The ambassadori-
al convention will begin to day
discussion of the limits of the fu-
ture Albania, one of the most dif-
ficult of the items to be submitted
to them.
Washington, 21.-- PresidentTaft
has approved the note prepared at
the state department in reply to
the communication from Sir Ed
ward Grey, British Foreign Minai
ter, protesting against the exemp-
tion of American coast wise ship
ping froth the payment of tolls in
the Panan.a Canal.
As a matter of official courtesy
information is withheld as to the
exact status of the note until it has
been received by the British gov.
Vrnmnnt.
London, st.-For the first time
in tWe history of London a police-
man was killed to day while on a
fixed post. P. C. John Smith was
the victim. He was sun over by
a motor-bus at Ludgate Circus.


London, 3a.-Lord


Curzon


aroused enthiesik" at
an antiaw meeting in Queltes
Hall tonight u, saying: "Wo dent
want to open t e door at all not
to a million women .sla upl
as manicflel electors, or three
million women marching as a
vanguard of a g reat army, which
would eventually take charge of
the destinies of the state."
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If 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 Fe-t. SPOT CA'H
You will not have a chance like
this for some time to come as the
Mill will be starting up on the 15til
and from then on we well l:e 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 1912 and to wish
out customers, one and all, tlhe oest
of good things for 1913. We caln
assure 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 yous custom.
THE BHA-A4MAS TIMBER
COMPANY. LIMITED,
ARTHUR B. SUTTON
No. so East Stieet. Manager


EMPLOY-
MENT
For Every and Any one
and
AU the Time
on our Sisal Plantations down
West.
Satisfactory earnings can be mnlbe,
if work is pursued steadily and
industriously
Moot of the work is by the jb or
contract. Houses to accommodate
those who wish to reside, there.
Sall cottaes for Me and their
amitie a he ptata
NONE ED BIf DLE
Go there and the Field Superintend.
ents will put you to work
Tools, and Implements furnished.
j, S. JOHNSON CO.
Nassau, N. P


AVE your old sofax
l and Ch( repaired
and PS-.onf
(atlsfaction G.rantead .*
APPY ton GEO. T. BETHEL
or "Tribune" Offte, f m


.Dynam te.
A FRESH supply jut received
by achr. "Hattie Darling
For sale by '
CHAS E ALBIRY.


IW would inform all wlho appreciate a G.ol uke that we now
have on hand an exltessiv Stock of HAVANA CIGARS. We
guaranstee our Inand to be made of the finest Havana .and Sumatra
Wrappers, and Hava,a Fillers throughout.
These Cigars are manufactured on our premises by skilled workmen,
andt great pains are taken to produce an article of superior quality.
The success we have met with in tite past leads us confidently to expect
tiw. patronage of connoiseurs.
J. L. SAUNDERS & Co.
Bay Street.





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