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T II E I K I B L N L London, JJ. —No official informI ation is available regarding the) Lusitania's sailings, but it is understood that the ship's bottom was badly damaged through a turbine casing bursting in the course of her last voyage from New York. The repairs will take fully two months. London, 23.—Cyril Mamie pro. duced to-night at the Playhouse a new comedy. "The Headmaster" written a few years Ego by Wilfred C'oleby. The piece proved very successful. London, 23.—Sir Felix Schuster governor ol the Union of London and Smiths Hank at a meeting of the Shareholders to-day said that generally with the ({towing productiveness of the various countries from which Luiope ieceived hft! supplies of food and raw mate Ha \, the demand for gold might he expected to show continuous exlion. For this the increased production of gold might he expected 10 be sufficient, but not more than sufficient. Washington, 22.—Shipping agreements whereby the N rth I il : man Lloyd, the Hamburg American, '.he Red Stai and othei trans Atlantic lines keep mil of each others European ports, were a< know led ged to-day before the house committee on merchant marine by Sickle of New York, director of traffic of the Hamburg American Line. More testimony was given by C. J. Heck frefght traffic manager of the Hamburg American Line ope rating to the United States.He pro. duced a pooling and rate .-1 ment between the Hamburg American ;ind the Royal ivfail Steam Packet Line in the United States trade between Jamaica, Central American and South America. MRS. ANNA J. EDWARDS. Ri ently arrived fni.n Tampa, Fla„ is prepared to undertake, DRESSMAKING, in the latest fashions. In addition, Mrs. Edwards also is a Specialist in HAIR STRAIGHTENING. and solicits the patronage of the general public at Mis. Ingraham. BLUE HILL ROAD. Clifton Hotel. Nassau, N. p. Bahamas Openfor the Season. November, iqia. With a I Modern Improvements Rates—$2.50 and upwards. IV.' of Service. I DWARD SAUNDERS, Manager (ifhc (^trombus TinPremier Bahamian Magazine "The Strombus" includes an OfRrial Directory, a City Directory, an Advertising Section and Facts about Nassau and the Bahamas that will make it probably the most interesting and useful compilah ittea to publit Publ Monthly (id. per copy. 5s. 6d. per 1 1 M / %  .'. // Out a* Proprietor. S I /.. Gil 1II I'upuch. Man:. "Tribune" Office, 14 Market St. N as au, N.P., Bahamas. THE STROMBUS Magazine is now read/ and on sale at the "Tribune" Office HOI I.I. i OL( >NIAL, and Cl IV PHARMACY. Price 6d. PASSAGE lY "FH W I E to Mi., i will be l EN D" ILLARS L liildreu 13 v< 'us and under ( liildi",t s veais and under S.i. Suhje' t I %  A i iioul N'otu e. 1 Iffii • %  "Frame* E 492 l- '///& W L would inform all who appreciate a Good Smoke that we nnWj have on hand , UH > •—z O %  —• W *rs QJ O 0 v. *> —



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THE i f o o X 0) en CD 4T Jful'ius ACldicittt jura, re in verba Dy^agistn BEINT, SOUND ro SWEAR TOTHB DOGMAS UP NO MASTER. VOL X Nassau N. P., Bahamas Monday, January 27, 1912 No 45 A LEON [•:. H DOPI C i, RDITDR ASH HKIJI'K I i UK OKH'IC 1 jH 44 VIAUKKT STRICT Nassau N I'., I.MIAMAS. II. & PUBLISHED U \li M niday, Veiinesdny and Kndav — tingle copy ... ..." } i. Tuesday, riini-iav an) Saturda) -(ingle Copy ... • •• id vVeekly 4 J.i Monthly ,) i irtoriy ... ... 4s. RalfYearl* ...8s. Veariv ... i •AYABLE IN ADVANCE. \ Six panel per tin. fur fnsi insertion %  tbcea pence pel line 'or lecond inesrtion; and one penny per line fur subsequent insertions, Advertise nenti un lei eight linos 4s. The Mail Steamer "Concho" sailed from New YorV at 1 p. m. Saturday with JO 'fMSSenger*, The S. S, "--.iii Matao" tailed 4 p. to. with (1 inc barrel! cargo and is expected to arrive Thursday evening J* Foreign Mails per Mail Steamer "Mi.inn" will l>e closed tomorrow Tuesday morning at 7 o'clock. j IN THE MAGISTRATES COURT. January. 7. DrusciUa Wright and Remilda Williams—Larceny of 1 u son —16s. and 4s. 66. costs or 14 days. 8. Sutherland Roll*)— Profane and indecent language in street— tot, or 8 days. Alfred Thompson—breach Sponge and Turtle Fisheries Act—a months. Ezekiel Simms—I. Drunk. II. Profane and indecent language in street—I. 5s. or 4 days. II. 8s. or 7 days. Julia Miller—Using language tendirg to a breach of the peace toward! W. Ferguson —Dismissed. James Anderson—Using hm%  ti id in [to 1 bre ich of the peai 1 to .nds Edith Balfour— Dismiss d. 10. Rns.i Strachan and Rebec* ca Lightbourn Fighting in street — Each 8s. or 7 days, 13 Chas. Chaytor Found in trie dwelling h iuse ol II. F, Arm ter situ ,ie in Bay St. West and unable to give a law ful exi us,for ..so being theresentenced to 3 months imprisonment and to receive 12 strokes on Ins admission, O&borne, Green -Using profane aod iudecent language in street — 15s. 01 11 da) s. Henry Shuno—Breach Sponge and Turtle Fishet I irden d I to join Sehr, "May Queen" and proceed on the voyage In default of compliance to i>e imprisoned tor, 1 eks. Mary Davis Assaulting and beating Abraham Ameen—Ordered to pay complainant i.as part payrnent r>1 costs and enter 111 her own recogoizance in £5 to keep the peace for 3 months. 14—|ames \. Collini—One Ernes! Howe, feloniously did wound Remanded till 21st inst. Augusta Burrows Using indecent language in street—18s. or t6 da) s. Mamie Miller—Using language towards Alice Smith in street tend ing to a breach of the peace— Hound in her own recognisance in £5 to keep the peace for 3 months. Melbourne E, La rods Detaining a suit of dothei value £"3, goods and chattels of T. Ci. JohnI I s -ait having been delivered, the defendant was ordered to pay 3s. C( Its of prosecution. BIG FORTUNE FOR A "MERE BOY" Toe richest young man of 21 in tl e whole world Jit now William Vincent A St Or, son of John Jacob Astor who went down with the "Titanic." The young man was 21 years old last week, and came into absolute possession of a fortune of about .* 100,000,000. If invested to yield 3.65 per cent interest, it would give an income of $10,000 I d forever, and leave the principal untouched.— Current Events 22 Nov. Ki2. CABLEGR VMS. lanuary 27th* 1913. London.—The critical stage was ied this afternoon in the forty live years Struggle to obtain votes fur women slatted in the House of Commons by John Stuart Mill in 1867, .Mired Luttereh, immediately aftei "Question time" moved the ailment to eliminate the word "Male from the Franchise Reform bill. His arguments were along familiar lines urging that the Trend of recent Legislation was to rail women into the counsels of the nations. Lewis Harcourt bitterly assailed woman's suffrage and his colues in the .cabinet, especially Sii Edward Grey and David Lloyd Geoi. At six o'clock thfl discussion i adjourned until Monday when the leaders ol both sides are to be beard from. London. Some days must elap?e re the situation arising ftom the revolution in Constantinople becomes clear. As far as may be judged there is no intention on the part of the Turkish Government to foice matters or to resume Hostilities if any reasonable compromise with the Balkan allies is possible. London. It is stated that there is 1 robability that King Alfonso of Spain will visit the United States probably next summer, should the political situation in kingdom permit of his doing so. London. The mail steamer Princess Clementine had a narrow escape from disaster in the English Channel tonight wih: crossing from 1 istend to Dover. The vessel when near the English side of the Channel came into collision with the Norwegian Hark Heiwgal which was so badly damaged that she became waterlogged. The crew of twenty on board the baik were rescued. London. 25.— The introduction in Parliament of a bill authorizing the treasury to guarantee the interest on a loan $100,000,000 for the development of cotton grow



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ing in the Sudan was promised by Premier Asquith this morning. London, 25.— W. R. Lauson one of the Journalists who began the attack on the Government and the Marcoci company on account of the Contract foi wireless stations throughout the British Empire, was today subjected to a severe cross examination by members of the Select Committee of inquiry into the Contract. 1 he last two days proceedings have made it clear that the so-called "Disclosures of financial journalists have contributed nothing of value to the inquiry. London, 25.— Auguste Van Biene.know to I iieatrical audiences nil over the world as the COmpoMf and player of the Broken Melody, died on the stage of the Hippodrome at Brighton to night. A HOP will be given in Love and Charity Hall on Monday 3rd February. J. A. CRAWLEY. dfhe (^trombus The Premier 7 zint "The Strombus" includes mi Official Directory, a City Directory, an Advertising Section and Facts about Nassau hnd the Bahamas that will makeit probably the most interesting and useful compilation ever submitted to the puStk. Published Monthly 6d. per copy. 5s. 6d. per Lm/t E. II. Dupuck, fritter. S. A. Dilla, L. Gilbert Dupuck, Mane "TribuneOffice, II Market St. Nassau, A'./'., Bahamas, is now ready and on sale at the "Tribune" Office HOTEL COLONIAL, and CITY PHARMACY. Price 6d. Remember I f you are thinking ol building a h use, that rst ol good things foi 1913. We 1 an assure you that as we have tried to please you m the past, so w< will do m me future and sincerely hope for a share 1 il v>m custom THE BAHAMAS TIMBER COMPANY, IIMII ED, ARTHUR B. SU fTON No. ro East Stieet. Man ei MRS. ANNA J. EDWARDS. Recently arrived from Tampa, Fla., is prepared to undertake, DRESSMAKING, in the latest fashion--. In addition, Mrs. Edwards also is a Specialist in HAIR STRAIGHTENING. and solicits the patronage of the general public at Mis. Ingraham, BLUE HILL ROAD. FOR SA1 E OR RENT S EVEN ROOM DWELLING HOUSE with < hitbuildings, situate on North side. East Shirley St. No. 205 ()ne Hall the Purchase price may remain on Martage if desiaed. apply to WALTER K. MOORE. EMPLOYMENT For Every and Any one and All the Time on our Sisal Plantations down Wast. Satisfa* tory earnings MM be made, if work is pursued steadily and industi lously Most of the work is by the |ob or contact. Houses to accomodate those who wish to resida there. Small cottages foi Men and their amii ies provided on the plantation NONE NEED BE IDLE Go there and the Field Superintend* ents will put you to worked Tools, and Implements furnish I. s, JOHNSON


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4 o o ft % a &. 0) THE TRIBXJN INul'ius dddictas |urare in vcrba 3ytagistn BFfNC, SOUND re closed tomorrow Tuesday moiningat 7 o'clock. IN THE MAGISTRA IIS COURT. Janii 11 v. 7. Druscilla Wright and Remilda Williams-Larceny of divers articles of wearing apparel, in all the value of £4 10s. o,d. the goods and chattels ol one DrutciL la RobertsWiight sentenced to 4 months and Williams 3 months imprisonment with hard labour. Jeremiah Williams —Profane and indecent langaage—ias, 01 todays, James Pratt—Assaulting and beating Clementina I)awson —16s. and 4s. 6

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THE
TRIBXJN
INul'ius dddictas |urare in vcrba 3ytagistn
BFfNC, SOUND r 1
VOL X
Nasrau N. P., Bahamas Monday, January 27, 191Z
No 45
I
LEON E. H DUPI'C i,
Kdiimw aso PKOPVII 01
OKH'IC 38 44 IfARKKT STBiBT
N 1 N P.| I'.AIIAMAs.
. ii. Hoi Iti:.
BLISHED DAILY.
Muidiiy, Veunesiiay ami Frulay
-. i 111; !* Copy ... ... 1 '.
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single copy .. ul
vVeeXly ........4J(]
Moutld v ......i. d
Quarterly ...... 4s.
Half Yearlv .....' Ks.
Yearly ........i'-
lYABLE IN ADVANCE.
Ailvettifti Ran Six pence pw lim
fur first 1 m rtioo ilner pence pet line
farteco 11; and one pad ny pat
ime fin subsequent insertioos.
Advertisements undai eight Ime^ .is.
The Mail Steamer "Concho"
suleil fp.m New York at 1 p. m.
Saturday with 50 'passengeis. Thf
S. S. ""an Mateo" sailed 4 n, mi.
w ah 6000 barreli cargo and is ex-
pected to arrive Thursday eveoing.
Foreign Mails per Mail Steamer
"Mi.urn" will l>e closed tomorrow
Tuesday moiningat 7 o'clock.
IN THE MAGISTRA IIS
COURT.
Janii 11 v.
7. Druscilla Wright and Re-
milda Williams-Larceny of di-
vers articles of wearing apparel,
in all the value of 4 10s. o,d. the
goods and chattels ol one DrutciL
la Roberts- Wiight sentenced to
4 months and Williams 3 months
imprisonment with hard labour.
Jeremiah WilliamsProfane and
indecent langaageias, 01 todays,
James PrattAssaulting and
beating Clementina I)awson 16s.
and 4s. 6 8. Sutherland RolleProfane
and indecent language in street
10s. or 8 dayi
Alfred Thompson breach Sponge
and Turtle Fisheries Acta,
months.
Ezekiel SimmsI. Drunk. II.
Profane and indecent language in
streetI. 5s. or 4 days. II. 8s. or
7 days.
Julia MillerUsing language
tendirg to a breach of the |
towards w. FergusonDismissed.
James AndersonUsing lan-
gu ige l< tiding to a breach of the
towards Edith Hal four
Dismissi d.
10. ki'^.i Strachan and Rebec*
ca Lighrbourn Fighting in street
Each 8s. ol 7 days.
13 Chas, Chaytoi Found in
tin- dwelling house of II. F. Ann
t< r situ ite 111 Bay St, Weal sn I
unable to give a lawful excuse for
so being there- sentenced to 3
months imprisonment and to re-
ceive 12 strokes on ins admission.
Osborne, Green -Using profane
add iudecent language in street
15-. or 14 days.
Ili'ury ShjnoBreach Sponge
and Turth I isheries^At 1 Orden d
to join Schr, "May Queen" and
pn ceed on the voyage. In default
of compliance to be imprisoned For
i wei
M :i\ Ii.iv 1- Assaulting and
beating Abraham Ameen Orden d
to pay complainant is. as part pay-
ment of cost-. : 1 I titet in In r own
recognizance in 5 to keep the
peace for i months.
14James A. CollinsOne Er-
nes] Buwe, feloniously did wound
Remanded till 21st inst.
Augusta Barrows Using inde-
cent language in street18s. or 16
daj s.
Mamie Mil lei 1'sing language
towards Alice Smith in street tend
mg to a breach of the peace
Hound in her own recognisance in
5 to keep the peace for 3 months.
Melbourne I-. La rods -Detain-
ing a suit of clothes value 3,
goo,is and chattels ..f T. Ci. John-
son I he suit having been deliver-
ed, the defendant was ordered to
pay 3s. ci sis of prosecution.
BIG FORTUNE FOR A "MERE
BOY"
Tne richest young man of 21 in
tle whole world Jis now William
Vincent Astor, son of John Jacob
Astor who went down with the
"Titanic." The young man was 21
years old last week, and came into
absolute possession of a fortune of
about $100,000,000. If invested to
yield 3.05 per cent interest, it
would give an income of $10,000
a day forever, and leave the princi-
pal untouched.
Current Events 22 Nov. 1912.
CABLEGRAMS.
I muary 27th' 1913.
London.The critical stage was
lied this afternoon in the forty
five years struggle to obtain votes
for women slatted in the House of
Commons by John Stuart Mill in
1867. Alfred Luttereh, immediately
after "Question time" moved the
amendment to eliminate the word
"Male from the Franchise Reform
bill. His arguments were along
familiar lines urging that the
Trend of recent Legislation was to
call women into the counsels of
the nations.
Lew is Harcourt bitterly assailed
woman's suffrage and his col-
! nes in the [cabinet, especially
Sir Edward Grey and David Lloyd
1 ge.
\t six o'clock the discussion -
adjourned until Monday when the
leaders of both sides are to be
heard from.
London. Some days must elap-e
re the situation arising fiom
the revolution in Constantinople
becomes clear. As far as may be
judged there is no intention on the
part of the Turkish Government
to force matters or to resume Hos-
tilities if any reasonable compro-
mise with the Balkan allies is
possible.
London. It is stated that there
is probability that King Alfonso
of Spain will visit the United
States probably next summer,
should the political situation in
kingdom permit of his doing so.
London. The mail steamer Prin-
cess Clementine had a narrow es-
cape from disaster in the English
Channel tonight wil, crossing from
Ostend to Dover. The vessel when
near the English side of the Chan-
nel came into collision with the
Norwegian Hark Heiwgal which
was so badly damaged that she
became waterlogged. The crew of
twenty on board the bark were
rescued.
London. 25. The introduction
in Parliament of a bill authoriz-
ing the treasury to guarantee the
interest on a loan $ 100.000.000 for
the development of cotton grow-


T II E
I K I B L N L
London, jj.No official inform- I
ation is available regarding the)
Lusitania's sailings, but it is un-
derstood that the ship's bottom
was badly damaged through a tur-
bine casing bursting in the course
of her last voyage from New York.
The repairs will take fully two
months.
London, 23.Cyril Mamie pro.
duced to-night at the Playhouse
a new comedy. "The Headmaster"
written a few years Ego by Wil-
fred C'oleby. The piece proved
very successful.
London, 23.Sir Felix Schuster
governor ol the Union of London
and Smiths Hank at a meeting of
the Shareholders to-day said that
generally with the ({towing pro-
ductiveness of the various coun-
tries from which Luiope ieceived
hft! supplies of food and raw mate
Ha\,the demand for gold might he
expected to show continuous ex-
lion.
For this the increased production
of gold might he expected 10 be
sufficient, but not more than suffi-
cient.
Washington, 22.Shipping
agreements whereby the N rth
I il : man Lloyd, the Hamburg
American, '.he Red Stai and othei
trans Atlantic lines keep mil of
each others European ports, were
a< know led ged to-day before the
house committee on merchant ma-
rine by Sickle of New York, direc-
tor of traffic of the Hamburg Ame-
rican Line.
More testimony was given by C.
J. Heck frefght traffic manager of
the Hamburg American Line ope
rating to the United States.He pro.
duced a pooling and rate .-1
ment between the Hamburg Ame-
rican ;ind the Royal ivfail Steam
Packet Line in the United States
trade between Jamaica, Central
American and South America.
MRS. ANNA J. EDWARDS.
Ri ently arrived fni.n Tampa,
Fla is prepared to undertake,
DRESSMAKING,
in the latest fashions.
In addition, Mrs. Edwards also is
a Specialist in
HAIR STRAIGHTENING.
and solicits the patronage of the
general public at Mis. Ingraham.
BLUE HILL ROAD.
Clifton Hotel.
Nassau, N. p. Bahamas
Openfor the Season.
November, iqia.
With a I Modern Improvements
Rates$2.50 and upwards.
IV.' of Service.
I DWARD SAUNDERS,
Manager
(ifhc (^trombus
Tin- Premier Bahamian Magazine
"The Strombus" includes an OfR-
rial 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-
pilah ittea to
publit.
Publ Monthly
(id. per copy. 5s. 6d. per
11 m /.'. // Out a* Proprietor.
S I
/.. Gil 1II I'upuch. Man:.
"Tribune" Office, 14 Market St.
N as au, N.P., Bahamas.
THE
STROMBUS
Magazine
is now read/ and on sale
at the
"Tribune" Office
HOI I.I. i OL( >NIAL, and
Cl IV PHARMACY.
Price 6d.
PASSAGE
lY "FH W I E
to Mi., i will be l EN D" ILLARS
L liildreu 13 v< 'us and under
( liildi",t s veais and under S.i.
Suhje' t I a i iioul N'otu e.
1 Iffii "Frame* E "
492 l- Nassau, N. P.,
Jan. ist, 1913
EMPLOY-
MENT
For Every and Any one
and
All the Time
on our Sisal Plantations down
West.
Satisfactory earnings can be 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 leside there.
Small cottages for Men and their
amil ies provided on the plantation
NONE NEED BE IDLE
Go there and the Field Superintend'
enls will put you to WOrkfld
Tools, and Implements furnish,
|. S. JOHNSON CO.
Nassau, N, V
tt.W'I' vour
"Id sofas
and Chairs repa 1
and re-caned
Satisfaction Guaranteed.
APPLY to GF.O. T. HF. WILL
or "Tribune" Office.
Dynamite.
A
FRESH supply just received
by schr. "Hat tie Darling
For sale by
CHAS. E ALBURY.
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have on hand , gUarantee*OUr brand to he made of the finest Havana and Sumatra)
Wrappers, ana* Havana Fillers throughout.
These Cigars are manufactured on oui premises by skilled workmen]
and great pains are taken to produce an article nl superior quality.
rhf success we hove met with in the past leads us confidently to expec^
the pattonage of connoiseurs.
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Ki\ Street.l
f. V 2\ 4 '
DEWARS
'WHITE LABEL*
WHISKY
Cheap f
end m
[
Good, i
Among the Families
of STOUT
Meuxs Stout
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VOL X
Nassau N. P., Bahamas Monday, January 27, 1912
No 45
A
LEON [:. H DOPI C i,
RdiTdR ASH HkijI'K I i UK
OKH'IC1 jH 44 viaukkt STRICT
Nassau N I'., I.miamas.
. ii. & .
PUBLISHED U \li
M niday, Veiinesdny and Kndav
tingle copy ... ..." } i.
Tuesday, riini-iav an) Saturda)
-(ingle Copy ... id
vVeekly ........4J.i
Monthly
,) i irtoriy ... ... 4s.
RalfYearl* .....' ...8s.
Veariv ... .....i'
AYABLE IN ADVANCE.
\ Six panel per tin.
fur fnsi insertion tbcea pence pel line
'or lecond inesrtion; and one penny per
line fur subsequent insertions,
Advertise nenti un lei eight linos 4s.
The Mail Steamer "Concho"
sailed from New YorV at 1 p. m.
Saturday with JO 'fMSSenger*, The
S. S, "--.iii Matao" tailed 4 p. to.
with (1 inc barrel! cargo and is ex-
pected to arrive Thursday evening
J*
Foreign Mails per Mail Steamer
"Mi.inn" will l>e closed tomorrow
Tuesday morning at 7 o'clock.
j
IN THE MAGISTRATES
COURT.
January.
7. DrusciUa Wright and Re-
milda WilliamsLarceny of vers articles of wearing apparel,
in all the value of 4 los, 91!. the
goods and chattels ol one Druscil-
la Roberts- Wright sentenced to
4 months and Williams 3 mc I hi
imprisonment with hard labour,
Jeremiah WilliamsProfane and
indecent language12s. or todays.
lames PrattAssaulting and
beating Clementina I > 1 u son 16s.
and 4s. 66. costs or 14 days.
8. Sutherland Roll*) Profane
and indecent language in street
tot, or 8 days.
Alfred Thompsonbreach Sponge
and Turtle Fisheries Acta
months.
Ezekiel SimmsI. Drunk. II.
Profane and indecent language in
streetI. 5s. or 4 days. II. 8s. or
7 days.
Julia MillerUsing language
tendirg to a breach of the peace
toward! W. Ferguson Dismissed.
James AndersonUsing hm-
ti id in [to 1 bre ich of the
peai 1 to .nds Edith Balfour
Dismiss d.
10. Rns.i Strachan and Rebec*
ca Lightbourn Fighting in street
Each 8s. or 7 days,
13 Chas. Chaytor Found in
trie dwelling h iuse ol II. F, Arm
ter situ ,ie in Bay St. West and
unable to give a law ful exi us,- for
..so being there- sentenced to 3
months imprisonment and to re-
ceive 12 strokes on Ins admission,
O&borne, Green -Using profane
aod iudecent language in street
15s. 01 11 da) s.
Henry ShunoBreach Sponge
and Turtle Fishet I irden d
I to join Sehr, "May Queen" and
! proceed on the voyage In default
of compliance to i>e imprisoned tor,
1 eks.
Mary Davis Assaulting and
beating Abraham AmeenOrdered
to pay complainant i.as part pay-
rnent r>1 costs and enter 111 her own
recogoizance in 5 to keep the
peace for 3 months.
14|ames \. ColliniOne Er-
nes! Howe, feloniously did wound
Remanded till 21st inst.
Augusta Burrows Using inde-
cent language in street18s. or t6
da) s.
Mamie MillerUsing language
towards Alice Smith in street tend
ing to a breach of the peace
Hound in her own recognisance in
5 to keep the peace for 3 months.
Melbourne E, La rods Detain-
ing a suit of dothei value "3,
goods and chattels of T. Ci. John-
I I s -ait having been deliver-
ed, the defendant was ordered to
pay 3s. C( Its of prosecution.
BIG FORTUNE FOR A "MERE
BOY"
Toe richest young man of 21 in
tl e whole world Jit now William
Vincent A St Or, son of John Jacob
Astor who went down with the
"Titanic." The young man was 21
years old last week, and came into
absolute possession of a fortune of
about .* 100,000,000. If invested to
yield 3.65 per cent interest, it
would give an income of $10,000
I d forever, and leave the princi-
pal untouched.
Current Events 22 Nov. Ki2.
CABLEGR VMS.
lanuary 27th* 1913.
London.The critical stage was
ied this afternoon in the forty
live years Struggle to obtain votes
fur women slatted in the House of
Commons by John Stuart Mill in
1867, .Mired Luttereh, immediately
aftei "Question time" moved the
ailment to eliminate the word
"Male from the Franchise Reform
bill. His arguments were along
familiar lines urging that the
Trend of recent Legislation was to
rail women into the counsels of
the nations.
Lewis Harcourt bitterly assailed
woman's suffrage and his col-
ues in the .cabinet, especially
Sii Edward Grey and David Lloyd
Geoi.
At six o'clock thfl discussion i
adjourned until Monday when the
leaders ol both sides are to be
beard from.
London. Some days must elap?e
re the situation arising ftom
the revolution in Constantinople
becomes clear. As far as may be
judged there is no intention on the
part of the Turkish Government
to foice matters or to resume Hos-
tilities if any reasonable compro-
mise with the Balkan allies is
possible.
London. It is stated that there
is 1 robability that King Alfonso
of Spain will visit the United
States probably next summer,
should the political situation in
kingdom permit of his doing so.
London. The mail steamer Prin-
cess Clementine had a narrow es-
cape from disaster in the English
Channel tonight wih: crossing from
1 istend to Dover. The vessel when
near the English side of the Chan-
nel came into collision with the
Norwegian Hark Heiwgal which
was so badly damaged that she
became waterlogged. The crew of
twenty on board the baik were
rescued.
London. 25. The introduction
in Parliament of a bill authoriz-
ing the treasury to guarantee the
interest on a loan $100,000,000 for
the development of cotton grow-


ing in the Sudan was promised by
Premier Asquith this morning.
London, 25. W. R. Lauson
one of the Journalists who began
the attack on the Government and
the Marcoci company on account
of the Contract foi wireless stations
throughout the British Empire,
was today subjected to a severe
cross examination by members of
the Select Committee of inquiry
into the Contract. 1 he last two
days proceedings have made it
clear that the so-called "Disclo-
sures of financial journalists have
contributed nothing of value to
the inquiry.
London, 25. Auguste Van
Biene.know to I iieatrical audiences
nil over the world as the COmpoMf
and player of the Broken Melody,
died on the stage of the Hippo-
drome at Brighton to night.
A HOP will be given in Love
and Charity Hall on Monday
3rd February.
J. A. CRAWLEY.
dfhe (^trombus
The Premier 7 zint
"The Strombus" includes mi Offi-
cial Directory, a City Directory,
an Advertising Section and Facts
about Nassau hnd the Bahamas
that will make- it probably the
most interesting and useful com-
pilation ever submitted to the
puStk.
Published Monthly
6d. per copy. 5s. 6d. per
Lm/t E. II. Dupuck, fritter.
S. A. Dilla,
L. Gilbert Dupuck, Mane
"Tribune- Office, II Market St.
Nassau, A'./'., Bahamas,
is now ready and on sale
at the
"Tribune" Office
HOTEL COLONIAL, and
CITY PHARMACY.
Price 6d.
Remember
If you are thinking ol building a
h use, that next week a fail grade of No 2
Flooring, Siding and half inch
: celling .it
18s. 4d. Per 100 Feet. SP<) I" CASH
I You will not have a chance like
I this for some tune to come as the
Mill will be starting up on the 15th
I and from (hen on we will be < arry.
ing our usua ol No 1 grade
of lumber of .
NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY.
We desire to thank you
foi v ur kind pat-
ronage during i.|i2 iiul to wish
our customers, one nd all,the ">rst
ol good things foi 1913. We 1 an
assure you that as we have tried to
please you m the past, so w< will
do m me future and sincerely hope
for a share 1 il v>m custom
THE BAHAMAS TIMBER
COMPANY, IIMII ED,
ARTHUR B. SU fTON
No. ro East Stieet. Man ei
MRS. ANNA J. EDWARDS.
Recently arrived from Tampa,
Fla., is prepared to undertake,
DRESSMAKING,
in the latest fashion--.
In addition, Mrs. Edwards also is
a Specialist in
HAIR STRAIGHTENING.
and solicits the patronage of the
general public at Mis. Ingraham,
BLUE HILL ROAD.
FOR SA1 E OR RENT
SEVEN ROOM DWELLING
HOUSE with < hitbuildings,
situate on North side. East Shirley
St. No. 205
()ne Hall the Purchase price may
remain on Martage if desiaed.
apply to
WALTER K. MOORE.
EMPLOY-
MENT
For Every and Any one
and
All the Time
on our Sisal Plantations down
Wast.
Satisfa* tory earnings mm be made,
if work is pursued steadily and
industi lously
Most of the work is by the |ob or
contact. Houses to accomodate
those who wish to resida there.
Small cottages foi Men and their
amii ies provided on the plantation
NONE NEED BE IDLE
Go there and the Field Superintend*
ents will put you to worked
Tools, and Implements furnish
I. s, Johnson- Nassau, N. P
-,
EXPERIENCE
brings conviction. Millions
of housewives are diiily
'jsinj( Sunlight Soap. **
To them the fact that it is
the best lias passed beyond
the region of argument. It
has become an experience.
SUNLIGHT
aios
SOAP
Notice of Removal.
TRY TIIR
SI M KiHT

WILLIAMS' BAHAMIAN SHOE
STt IRE.
THE business known as Wil-
liam's Mali inn an Shop Store
313 Bay St. under the offici
Messrs K. II. Sawyer \- Co. is be.
ing removed to those more commo-
dious premises a few doors below
its present occupation and lately
purchased by E, W, I". McPherson
Esq.. at 277, 279 Hay M. under the
new name of.
WILLIAMS'
WHOLESALE \NI) RETAIL
SHOE ESTABLISHMENT.
The store is filled up with all
the modern improvements ol an
up-to-date Shoe Store on a large
- ale and the business will'be con-
ducted with very much more faci
lity and convenience to patrons es
peciallv than heretofore.
A large supply of I R WELLING
TRUNKS, BAGS, DRESS Ml l
CASKS. VALISES AND SAT.
CHELS will sti'l be kept on band
as a side line.
The Wholesale Department is an
addition to the business in the new
location and distributor! or small
dealers in the line will do well to
visit this Department and question
prices before placing their orders
abroad or purchasing elsewhere.
This fjp.TO-DATE SHOE
STORR will be opened for inspec-
tion to the public at any time af
ter the 1st Jany. 1913, and for bus.
iness on about 15th inst with a
Hand of Music in attendance in the
afternoon and evening of that date
WILLIAMS"
WIIOLESALL AND RETAIL
SHOE ESTABLISHMENT.
277 and 279 Bay St.
Nassau N. P.
Lumber
IJt6 Tongue and Groove OiJix6
Novelty Siding at 14s. andjwl per
100.
jxG 1 hessed 4 sidesat 10s, 1 3d.
per 100.
All fresh stock just frorrfc hick:
sonville a great bargain, j
Nails all si/es at 1 |d lb. f
5x1.'-' Cypress Shingles
jSs. \ 40s. per 1000.
C. C SAUNDE
492
PASSAG
BY "FRANCES E/f
to Miami will be TEN I)' M.LARS
Children12 vears and under
Childrea 5 years and under f 4.
Subject to change wi bout ."foficc-. -
(Miice "I'ranies Y."
492 L.isi Bny street.
Nassau, N. P.,
Jan. 1st, 1913
Clifton Hotel.
Massau, N. P. Bahamas
Open for the Season.
Novenfber, 1912.
With a I Modern Improvement*
Rates$2.50 and upwards.
West oj Service.
EDWARD SAUNDKRS,
Manager.
N OTI CE.
rlMS is to inform my Patrons
and the Public in General
that I have opened my Public
Black Smith Shop; and am now
ready to do anything in the line of
General repair or new work Morse
Shoeing Specially. All work done
Mechanically.
I'. A. Iluyler,
533 Bay Street. Last (Wharf)
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