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I II E T R I B U N E The Police Band will play on the Library Green at 8 o'clock to-morrow evening. ments was heard todJ* in ihe ("inv 'f^ 1 1 ^' X ernmrni sun to dissolve the CorI V_>/ che tp bj CABLEGRAMMS January 29th 1913 London, 27.—England is 011 the Brink of another campaign by the Suffragettes, in comparison with winch former outbreaks of the Milit nit Women will appeal ins fjcant. Tonight two thousand Pol icemen were engaged in dispersing huge crowds gathered near the Parlia. men! Buildings. 'HIP Women believe the Politicians have planned a carefully studied trick upon them and the decision of the Government to drop the franchise bill is likely to lead to serious conseqneno I ondon, 37.—The Special Com mitt.ee appointed by the Balkan Plenipotentiaries drafted a note today notifying the Turkish Pleni potentiarjes that thej pr pose to break off the peace negotiations. London, 37.—The Suffragi tl held heated meetings ti night. Mm. Pankhursl and othi r Leaders rten mnced both the ei emies and the supporters of suffr ige in the ( ni t for their trea hery. Several women were arrest I Mrs. 1 Irummon I, Presid :nl ol the Womei Societ\ of Politic d Union has written to ( hancellor Lloyd Georuc asking Inn to receive another deputation tomorrow. One of the Suffragette demands is that Mr. Lloyd George and Sit Eaward Grey should resign 1 Vera Crux Mexico, 27.--The UnitedStates (iunboat "Wheeling" which was o dered to proceed hi re by the Vmerkan Government because of reports ofalarminp conditions m tins to on arrived here this morning. At present the situation is very quiet Washington, 27.—Protectionists and Tariff revisionists had H running fire in the Houte Ways and MeansCommit tee today which "as continued tonight. The Wool I'ariff was the issue and llie M;i iiufai Inren presented an almost unbroken alignment against reduction of duty on woolen ..a, ds though tiring reduction on raw wool. II was the most strenuous fight made at this session of congress against the Democratic plan for revision of the Duties in the coming extra session New York, 17. testimony in >rt of the contention nt the Government that Andrew l 11 a trouble-makei in I"steel tiade and that tl ;.",,,us -ieei k orporat 1071 of his refusal to abide by agreejour Easter Cards arnmenr suit to dissolve the Coa[ V-/ cheap by mail dire t Mail me' poration under the Sherman Anti-! '!"' %  in stamps for Art Sample.'and Trust I aw I order per early Steamer, R. D. BR VCF, Agent, Malta, 27—The Battleships King I Wirti Pub. Co., Not Inc. Edward VII. and Zealandia sailed Nassau. N>'•• today for the Levant. Bahamas. Box 235. A Dynamise. FRESH supply just 1 in schr. "I I 111 ie I '.111ing • For sale by CH \S. I /jfeBURY. W I would inform all who appreciati •• d Smoke that we now mil Sumatra I guarantee ou 1 brand to b" made ol the finest Wi ippi is. and 11 ivana Fillers throughout. hese ( i','us are manufactured on oui premises bj skilled workmen, London, 27.—Field Marshal Sir Evelyn VY< I !i id a n irrr, .v escape in the hunting field yesterday. His Inrse iin; t a Fence ami was impaled on a stake, but. Sir, Evelyn kepi 'seal unhurt. .-1 Ra e is no In-tter than its women. \ H I We the We\ ue 'pared to give you 111 satisl icn pi ivided wo have fair we ilher. Our Winter Visiti irs 11 per GEORG WWIJv'. Captain. : R () Y A L Wednesday Jany. 13. TWO I'd' i II. \ HOW-i FIRS I" SI iV \ ' \l. SECOND SHOW A I |. P.M HIGH i 1 VSS M( l'| |< iN II IT RE* BE*T siM.r | v\|) V VL'DFVILLK. NASS VU'S I \: V NA'l IVE ( >R< III STRA. HUY1 E R ORCHFSI'R \. WILL PL \\ \ I HOMl SHOWS Admission, is. %  6d 3d, i&** DE WAR'S 'WHITE LABEL' IMPERIAL Wednesday's Special Programme. 4 Excellent Reels including 1 "The .Serpents Eyes" by Rex. VAUDEVILLE PROF Ri 11 i IN NEW M \',H \l. MYS'I ERIES \> FOLLOWS 1— "IIIK DANCING t OIN M a—"'I HE MYS1 ERIOU-.FRAME "THI I A GI SKULI PROF. Ri IGERS IN CD II SON \SD Mi N< >L< l •' I'.. 1. At Nassau's >n \ i"hea i Among' the Families of STOUT 1. A. CRAVVLEY. -> —z 2 H *• w •— %  /) I** z — 0 0 .*a Jf 0 — n z ~s,/ rs THE OLDEST AND ALWAYS HAS THE LEAD in The "Tribune''



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3 3 80 > 3 cr 0) ST O CD !" .?TRIBU 1 3fuUitts addictus iu.rs.re ia vcrba 3/[agistri BRING IOUWH liiMvnu mr-nDOG JAS OF NO MASTF.R. I'OL AT Nisrau N. P., Bahamas Wednesday, January 29, 1912 No 47 LION B. H, DUI'I'Ci. i reilv 4 *. tftl r| Veji.y ... I< x V V.l.lIV D\ \ vi | Mm Six penes per linr for In : line %  \r ice n i inwrtii• • per nt inset I V %  'I ine it. 'I !ol ONI MVtSJTOR".'; :• %  Hirerte'vwt, hut u il *9 •< co II nurricatinn, signed l)\ i ROM dt plume, is acconp mie l hy a covering lei ter, oi a i i i • en • goo I faith, we I ipe i i publish Send youf ca rd, or letter, and we will publish. o The Motor "f r meet E" arri Imm Miami on Sunday mori with the following passengers,— Mitt RoM I'gi rine'on, Mrs. I meet, irrington ; Messrs James R >l< >r, II). urns Russell .'in I Ch is. Tynes. (5I J I'h \1 ill Stt "HIT "Miami' %  teamed fm Mi tnri \sterd i\ mornHij ; the follow ing were passen• (" s Mrs 8. .1 I PX) ; Mr. and Mis VI tliur hmnev, Mr. and Mrt John Hi Mi. and Mrs |ohn Vogt, Mi. and Mrs R. W. I nl -r, Mr. and Mrs F. A. i aniMi; Messrs W. V. Leonard, Jus. 11 IIB, md I i. I. Richards, Dr. II. s. W irwtok; Masier Hay ward; Bfnney. (16) Miss Evelina I'ethcl; Mrs. Leonora Newhold ; Messrs Phillip G. ReMiel, Mastei L. Pratt, Fred Fox. Jos Mo. l ev, v '' %  '•' %  Wells, and G .. Bode, Master Lerov New hold, do) The Mail Steamer "Concho" ar""> %  i 'Vdi .i... Tffirnino Misses Bertha Doreuee, and Marv L. OsBorne; Mesdames Evelyn er. Louise M< Williams. Eliza Osborne, Julian Potter, Rebecca Patterson, I ItS Reynolds, Stella Sweeting, Bella Walters and Cota \.Willyoung; Messrs William Rolsford, Phillip E. Blum.Lorenro G.Brlce, |ohn P, Dorence, William H. Dorence, Ufred T. Holland, i I Lander, Jov I Lockwood, Wallace II. McWillimn, Ch tries C. Patters m,< harles Palmer, Edward II. Palmer, James I. strang' i, Arthur G. i ; %  1-. Walt< rs, and George I. W liters Jr Mastei Rii h ird I' Revd, I i nk E. Pi Mi rs J nstein, Ja mes in, Cecil W. Banks, John H William I lopkm*, I ee I layv i barleG Mai Macmerren, Issoe J. tton, J.tin. s p. Sn ith, Frank V Saunders, Thomas Scotl John [Turner, [a meg Thomas, Walter I nmnson, Sa reiuel W, 1 ol iver, II arris in V lughn, I 'happie Wil hams, Waltei Walk and Augustus Willie. 27 in transit to (ialveston. J* Amei ic in Si h ici Yacht "liar hmgei" arrived this morning from |ai ksonville. 'I he Rokei %  1 '• >int Sharin ciety. Shared up %  <>t11 Deer. 1913. Amount paid up Shareholders V rmulated Interest on Loans ma I' — £13 13s. 2(1. Members Received is. %  !. per thareoi is. 6d. to the £. Total 1'ransactions for 1912 — JC'7'I -R N I HOMPSON, Secretary. P. N. BOWE, I reasutar %  GOVERNMEN I' NOTICES" Tenders will be received until 15th February for supplies for the various Departments ol the Government, Applications for the office of Porl Officer will he leceived until 1 1 \pril 1913. Foreign Mails per Mail Steamer "Miami" will be closed on ThursHov 3oth at 9:30 a.m. and per Mail Interinsular Mails' for Harbour I., Spanish Wells. Bluff, F.leuthera \ndros, Abaco, Exuma, Long I Port Howe, Kum Cay, and Watlings I., will be closed on Fi idajf the 31st at 2 p.m. j PREDICTS WINTER TILL APRIL. Snow tomorrow, Says De V'oe — Ice ,1 Foot Thick in February, (Special t<> The New York Times) II ickensack X. J., Jany 31 — Weather Prophet \. J. De Voe of Hacki nsack, when questioned today about the unusually open Wintei said : The reason is a simple one,for, with one exception, we have on t'i easl le >>f all the storms. I he exception was the snowstorm at 1 Ihiistmas time. "Winter wdl begin now. I predict a bliizard ovei the Ohio valley tomorrow and snow will Fall here Thursd iy. Cold weather wil I prevail rij;lit along until April. Ice a foot thi k ill Ii" cut 8 plenty the noddle ol February. I expect the worst storm of the year from Feb. 7 to in. The icemen here%  bi mts i" ed not despair," Advertisements, and Names and Addresses for the Directory, for the next number of The "Strombus" magazine should be sent in to the Tri bune Office notlater than the 10th February. ORGAN RECITAL A l St. Agnes Church, at 4 o'clock Sunday alternoon 2nd February 1913. An Organ Recital and Singing by the Choir. Collection in aid of Funds for Organ Mellows Motor. The Mail Steamer "Miami" is expected to arrive at 5 a.m. tomorrow morning. T HERE will be a Procession at St. James Baptist Chapel on Sunday afternoon next, 2nd IMffrffll M,i tfteir^fe*! one, come all.


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BRING IOUWH liiMvnu mr-n- DOG JAS OF NO MASTF.R.
I'OL AT
Nisrau N. P., Bahamas Wednesday, January 29, 1912
No 47
LION B. H, DUI'I'Ci.
Of HO' ;- ii MABKBT 3TRMT
ii \. !'., Bahamas.
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PUBLISHED DAILY.
M iin VedMtday And Friday
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Vee It ... ... i|d
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x V V.l.l- IV D\ \ vi | .
Mm Six penes per linr
for In : line
'\r ice n i inwrtii per
nt inset I
V 'I ine it.
'I !ol ONI M- VtSJTOR".- ';
: Hi- rerte'vwt,
hut u il *9 < co ii nurricatinn, sign-
ed l)\ i ROM dt plume, is accon-
p mie l hy a covering lei ter, oi a
i i i en goo I faith, we
I ipe i i publish Send youf ca rd,
or letter, and we will publish.
o
The Motor "f r meet E" arri
Imm Miami on Sunday mori
with the following passengers,
Mitt RoM I'gi rine'on, Mrs.
I meet, irrington ; Messrs James
R >l< >r, II).urns Russell .'in I Ch is.
Tynes. (5I
j
I'h \1 ill Stt "hit "Miami'
teamed fm Mi tnri \- sterd i\ morn-
Hij ; the follow ing were passen-
(" s.
Mrs 8. .1 I PX) ; Mr. and Mis VItliur
hmnev, Mr. and Mrt John Hi
Mi. and Mrs |ohn Vogt, Mi. and
Mrs R. W. I nl -r, Mr. and Mrs F.
A. i aniMi; Messrs W. V. Leonard,
Jus. 11 iib, md I i. I. Richards, Dr.
II. s. W irwtok; Masier Hay ward;
Bfnney. (16)
Miss Evelina I'ethcl; Mrs. Leon-
ora Newhold ; Messrs Phillip G.
ReMiel, Mastei L. Pratt, Fred Fox.
Jos Mo.lev, v '''' Wells, and G ..
Bode, Master Lerov New hold, do)
The Mail Steamer "Concho" ar-
""> i '- Vdi .i... Tffirnino
Misses Bertha Doreuee, and Marv
L. OsBorne; Mesdames Evelyn
er. Louise M< Williams. Eliza
Osborne, Julian Potter, Rebecca
Patterson, I ItS Reynolds,
Stella Sweeting, Bella Walters and
Cota \.Willyoung; Messrs William
Rolsford, Phillip E. Blum.Lorenro
G.Brlce, |ohn P, Dorence, William
H. Dorence, Ufred T. Holland,
i I Lander, Jov I Lockwood,
Wallace II. McWillimn, Ch tries
C. Patters m,< harles Palmer, Ed-
ward II. Palmer, James I. strang-
' i, Arthur G. i ; 1-.
Walt< rs, and George I. W liters Jr
Mastei Rii h ird I' Revd,
I i nk E. Pi
Mi rs J nstein, Ja mes
in, Cecil W. Banks, John H
. William I lopkm*, I ee I layv
i barleG Mai Macmerren, Issoe J.
tton, J.tin. s p. Sn ith, Frank
V Saunders, Thomas Scotl John
[Turner, [a meg Thomas, Walter
I nmnson, Sa reiuel W, 1 ol iver,
II arris in V lughn, I 'happie Wil
hams, Waltei Walk and Augustus
Willie.
27 in transit to (ialveston.
J*
Amei ic in Si h.....ici Yacht "liar
hmgei" arrived this morning from
|ai ksonville.
'I he Rokei ' 1 ' >int Sharin
ciety. Shared up <>t11 Deer. 1913.
Amount paid up Shareholders
V rmulated Interest on Loans
ma I'13 13s. 2(1.
Members Received is. !!. per
thareoi is. 6d. to the .
Total 1'ransactions for 1912
jC'7'I --
R N I HOMPSON, Secretary.
P. N. BOWE, I reasutar
'GOVERNMEN I' NOTICES"
Tenders will be received until
15th February for supplies for the
various Departments ol the Gov-
ernment,
Applications for the office of
Porl Officer will he leceived until
1 1 \pril 1913.
Foreign Mails per Mail Steamer
"Miami" will be closed on Thurs-
Hov 3oth at 9:30 a.m. and per Mail
Interinsular Mails' for Harbour
I., Spanish Wells. Bluff, F.leuthera
\ndros, Abaco, Exuma, Long I ,
Port Howe, Kum Cay, and Wat-
lings I., will be closed on Fi idajf
the 31st at 2 p.m.
j
PREDICTS WINTER TILL
APRIL.
Snow tomorrow, Says De V'oe
Ice ,1 Foot Thick in
February,
(Special t<> The New York
Times)
II ickensack X. J., Jany 31
Weather Prophet \. J. De Voe
of Hacki nsack, when questioned
today about the unusually open
Wintei, said :
" The reason is a simple one,for,
with one exception, we have
on t'i easl le >>f all the storms.
I he exception was the snowstorm
at 1 Ihiistmas time.
"Winter wdl begin now. I pre-
dict a bliizard ovei the Ohio val-
ley tomorrow and snow will Fall
here Thursd iy. Cold weather wil I
prevail rij;lit along until April. Ice
a foot thi k ill Ii" cut 8 plenty
the noddle ol February. I expect
the worst storm of the year from
Feb. 7 to in. The icemen here-
bi mts i" ed not despair,"
Advertisements, and Names
and Addresses for the Direc-
tory, for the next number of
The "Strombus" magazine
should be sent in to the Tri
bune Office notlater than the
10th February.
ORGAN RECITAL
Al St. Agnes Church, at 4
o'clock Sunday alternoon 2nd
February 1913.
An Organ Recital and Singing
by the Choir.
Collection in aid of Funds for
Organ Mellows Motor.
The Mail Steamer "Miami" is
expected to arrive at 5 a.m. to-
morrow morning.
THERE will be a Procession
at St. James Baptist Chapel
on Sunday afternoon next, 2nd
IMffrffll M,i tfteir^fe*!
one, come all.


I II E
T R I B U N E
The Police Band will play
on the Library Green at 8
o'clock to-morrow evening.
ments was heard todJ* in ihe ("inv 'f^1'1' ^'X
ernmrni sun to dissolve the Cor- I V_>/ che tp bj
CABLEGRAMMS
January 29th 1913
London, 27.England is 011 the
Brink of another campaign by the
Suffragettes, in comparison with
winch former outbreaks of the Mil-
it nit Women will appeal ins
fjcant.
Tonight two thousand Pol icemen
were engaged in dispersing huge
crowds gathered near the Parlia.
men! Buildings. 'Hip Women be-
lieve the Politicians have planned
a carefully studied trick upon them
and the decision of the Government
to drop the franchise bill is likely
to lead to serious conseqneno
I ondon, 37.The Special Com
mitt.ee appointed by the Balkan
Plenipotentiaries drafted a note
today notifying the Turkish Pleni
potentiarjes that thej pr pose to
break off the peace negotiations.
London, 37.The Suffragi tl
held heated meetings ti night. Mm.
Pankhursl and othi r Leaders rte-
n mnced both the ei emies and the
supporters of suffr ige in the (
ni t for their trea hery.
Several women were arrest I
Mrs. 1 Irummon I, Presid :nl ol the
Womei Societ\ of Politic d Union
has written to ( hancellor Lloyd
Georuc asking Inn to receive ano-
ther deputation tomorrow.
One of the Suffragette demands
is that Mr. Lloyd George and Sit
Eaward Grey should resign 1
Vera Crux Mexico, 27.--The
UnitedStates (iunboat "Wheeling"
which was o dered to proceed hi re
by the Vmerkan Government be-
cause of reports ofalarminp condi-
tions m tins to on arrived here
this morning. At present the situ-
ation is very quiet
Washington, 27.Protectionists
and Tariff revisionists had h run-
ning fire in the Houte Ways and
MeansCommit tee today which "as
continued tonight. The Wool I'ariff
was the issue and llie M;i iiufai In-
ren presented an almost unbroken
alignment against reduction of
duty on woolen ..a, ds though
tiring reduction on raw wool.
II was the most strenuous fight
made at this session of congress
against the Democratic plan for
revision of the Duties in the coming
extra session
New York, 17. testimony in
>rt of the contention nt the
Government that Andrew l 11
a trouble-makei in I"- steel
tiade and that tl
;.",,,us -ieei k orporat 1071
of his refusal to abide by agree-
jour Easter Cards
arnmenr suit to dissolve the Coa- [ V-/ cheap by mail dire t Mail me'
poration under the Sherman Anti-!-'!"' in stamps for Art Sample.'and
Trust I aw I order per early Steamer,
'_____ R. D. BR VCF, Agent,
Malta, 27The Battleships King I Wirti Pub. Co., Not Inc.
Edward VII. and Zealandia sailed Nassau. N- >'
today for the Levant. Bahamas. Box 235.
A
Dynamise.
FRESH supply just 1
in schr. "I I 111 ie I '.111ing
For sale by
CH \S. I /jfeBURY.
W
I would inform all who appreciati d Smoke that we now
mil Sumatra
I guarantee ou 1 brand to b" made ol the finest
Wi ippi is. and 11 ivana Fillers throughout.
hese ( i','us are manufactured on oui premises bj skilled workmen,
London, 27.Field Marshal Sir
Evelyn VY< I !i id a n irrr, .v escape
in the hunting field yesterday. His
Inrse iin; t a Fence ami
was impaled on a stake, but. Sir,
Evelyn kepi 'seal unhurt.
.-1 Ra e is no In-tter than its
women.
\ H I
We the We notifii that we, The success we have met with in the past leads us confidently to expert
I the patronage ol connoiseurs.
will ent haii Mth \thletic1 J. L. SAL'NDERS Co.
Is on I ;ist at 3 o'clock J
( a illecl ion will be I up
half uf both C 1 aid of ,
new u nfoi 11 >\ ue 'pared to
give you 111 satisl icn pi ivided
wo have fair we ilher. Our Winter
Visiti irs 11 per
GEORG WWIJv'. Captain. :
R () Y A L
Wednesday Jany. 13.
TWO I'd' i II. \ HOW-i
FIRS I" SI iV \ \l.
SECOND SHOW A I |. P.M
HIGH i 1 VSS M( l'| |< iN
II IT RE*
BE*T siM.r | v\|)
V VL'DFVILLK.
NASS VU'S I \: V NA'l IVE
( >R< III STRA.
HUY1 E R ORCHFSI'R \.
WILL PL \\ \ I HOMl SHOWS
Admission,
is. 6d 3d,
- i&**
DE WAR'S
'WHITE LABEL'
IMPERIAL
Wednesday's
Special Programme.
4 Excellent Reels
including1 "The .Ser-
pents Eyes" by Rex.
VAUDEVILLE
PROF Ri 11 i IN
NEW M \',H \l. MYS'I ERIES
\> FOLLOWS
1 "IIIK DANCING t OINM
a"'I HE MYS1 ERIOU-.FRAME
"THI IAGI SKULI "
PROF. Ri IGERS IN CD II
SON \SD Mi N< >L< l ' I'..
1.
At Nassau's >n \ i"hea i .
Among' the Families
of STOUT
1. A. CRAVVLEY.
-> - z 2 H
*
w /)
I** z 0
0 .*-
a Jf
0
n z
~- s,/
rs THE OLDEST AND ALWAYS HAS THE LEAD
in The "Tribune''


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