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T 11 R T R I li UNE tr <>f tin St. James I heat re i fted by ;i select cast appearsketch by \1 ix Beerbohm std "\ Soci il Si cess." Sii and his supporters, were |kl before the curtain. ondon, 28.— Memories'ol one of Be most sensational I nglisli divorce |ses in the last gen nation we e Hvived to-day when Karl Cowley red aco respondent in a suit glu by Geoffrey liuxton. Portland, 28. I'he I'.nti-h lamer "\l 11 1 larmecli w 1 giclipil in Pitrtland friftbour toy after a collision with the Bristcamcr "Dunslaa." V&L O r. IAIN' jour Easter Cards %  lie.ip In mail direct M iil me in stamps foi \rt San p|e, 1 ii 1 let p T earlv s in met R. I>. BR M I', fVgent, VVirri Pub. 1 '<>, Nol Inc. %  N. I'., Bahamas. Box 1 Dynamite. A FRESH supply jtl by -.-in "Hattie Darl I •"(.! %  -ale bv CHAS. K M.i^lRY. Remember I IKew York, 28 An ocean going lip will p.i-s from one ocean to le other through the Panama .anal before rg 13comes to an end. His is the promise of C kethals Chief Engineer of the 'anama Canal, li was made at a dina^i in his h m ur given ai tlofl Astor l.i-i ni^ht. I 01 trac mvs SI C Imm REPUDIA I [ON. IE public are hereby notified iint I will not b'' 1 liv debts or liabilities COB. by any person other tb m HARLES il. r.AILLi )U. 'iano Tuning". IYEARS EXPERIENCI [TISF \CT0RY WORK ALSO *iano Lessons. I Success (in iranteed, Rea ll or Write I., V( IN R Bay St. t ity. ately E 1 f Ma-mi,' Temple lNOTICE! ! IMPERIAL F f day at 8 p.m. %  CHRISTIAN MAR-Ti'R" A %  autiful hand-colored film. sto I of the old Roman davs ami lecution of the 1 hnstians ^ ANIMATED W'l EKLY" subjects. rJM.XC A BAD MAN" Itional ITOWHOy picture JAGARI HONEYMOON l>mic. VAUBEVILLE K'.'YIN VIACIi M. IIYSTVRIF^. ROGERS ii? Comic tnoiogue. 94i *, vim • A. 1 R VWI.EYVl f sou are thihking of buiIdi it, tli it we will sell lor the next week a fan grade of N'o 2 I Flooring, Siding snd haII nub celling ai 18s. 4d. Pei 11 • SPOl C \SH You will not h i\ e 1 1 HI I : Iti this I.M tome t mi % %  to c 11 e 1the Mill will I).starting up on th* 15th and I ".in then on we will I e carry* f,toci< of \"n 1 grade ol ill' N >W is rniv 1 |\!E TO : UY. We [or youi kmd pat. rona out customers, one and all, I ol good thin:.for in ; \Ve i an we IIHW please you in t i 1 past, sow will do ill the futUI ;"p" for a i P V' tin 111THE BAH*M\S riMBER 1 I iMI'WY. I.IMI I lli. • ARTHUR B. SUITON N'o. to I last Stieel. M.ma 'IT PASSAGE { "FRAN : %  %  I. to Mi imi will be I EN I> M.I \>RS Chil !'ii 1 Childrea-45 \ ears 1 nd un Subject to eh MIL;,, wi hoiil \ I il r. Offi. e "I 1 im n I. 4^j Eat BIJ street, N. P., Jan. 1st, 1913 EMPLOYMENT For Every and Any one and All the Time en DUI Sis.il PI 1 dott 11 \V.--t. Satl-factory earnings n ide, if work 1piii %  eadil) and industriously Most of tlie M 1 1 le job or %  ct. Hous ,'l.ite those uho wish to :<•,' %  He,re. for Men and I aniil 11 1 on the 1 ila a tat ii >n NONE M.I 11 I'.h \i7i.\Mu1M inform itT1 who appreciate a Good Smoke tha* we now VV h.iv hand.anexl Stock ol HAVANA CIGXRS. We ( > ur i.i.uiil to bi made of the finest Havana and Sumatfa Wt ippers, and Havana Fillers throughout. ... t igarsate manul our premises by skilled workmen, ,,,,,1 Sl taken to produce an article ol superioi quality, I'h.' -,u, % %  -we have met %  • uti in the past leads usconli lently to expect the pal ol con 111 %  |. I.. SALNDERS & Co. P.,tv Street WHITE LABEL' WHISKY Cheap l and Good. V < %  Among the Families of STOUT ^ I'lIK OLDEST WD VLWAY8 HAS Till' LEAD —p*~J. t>r*iMt 11,. I.l ~u|ii-ruiincl. I ~' W. For Result Advertise in The "Tribune' s, 1 iii.\'sa\ i p 1



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THE TRIBXJW [NalMlii C&dicttU iurare In. verba D/tagistr: %  RING MOUNT' TO PWAR TO frill OIK; .IAS op N'o MASTRR. VOL X .Vas.'au N. P., Bahamas Friday, January 31, 1913 No. 49 LEON E. i i>Ui*i C.i. EOITOI AMU PeilPall %  OfKIOK jH jj UAKKKT 3TRBBT Naatau N P., l.mus. !•. ii. Hi I j:; PI BUSH I l-\. Mnuv. vednetiiay end r'lidav — •ingle copy . ... Jit. ruesday, Fhtndai and ^aturdnv— wgl> %  %  i > v .. ... id Weekly ... 4 Jd Unit till' ... !•4 t Quard I) 4*. RalfYeari* Yeativ ... 1*1 PaYAKLE IV AI>VA\< Advertising Ratat: Six panes per line f..r finrt insertion; three pence pat line '•.i iec n'I insertion; and .HIP penny pel iine fur subsequent Insertion*, Advertisements under eitfht 11!> %  -> 4S. We regret lo nnnnfti ce the.de ith of the Rev. R. W. Baker at 5:45 p.m. 30th jnst. Funeral Service at Trinity Church at 4 p.m. today Intci nirnt at Ebeueztl Iemetcry. %  r The Mail Steamer "Esperanza" steamed foi New Yoik last night witli the following passenger*.— Mr, ami M rs. George 13. Richard•OQ, Mr>, May Armstrong, Mis. Ivii-i.la Armstrong. MfIS, Rebecca Ricaido, Mr. Theodore DirlingiG). r TinMail Sicuncr "Miami'' returnt-il n> dock at Miami, will probably leave for Nassuu at 1 o'clock to-day. The Hamburg American Line Ouising Steamer "Victoria I.uise" is expected t' arrive here oil Min day morning with a large number oi tourists <.ri board. IN THE MAGISTRATE'S COURT t£— Win Smith— Assaulting and beating Jeremiah Annbiister —Dismissed. 16—Zachrias Johnson — Breach Sponge and Turtle Fi&liane* Av-l —Oraered to join vessel and proceed on the voyage for which be had signed. In default of non compliance to be imprisoned for 6 weeks. 17 -Wm. Eulin — Breach Spouse and Turtle Fisheries Act —Fined 7-. (id. or 6 days and ordered to proceed on the voyage, In default 1 m.nit s imprisonment. 18 —Anthony Moss —Working his mule v inle guttering ffom sores Bs. of 7 days. Lydia ArmbnsterAssaulting and beating Alfred (>wen> bound in ilie sum of {"5 to keep the peace lor 3 months. I tiarles Bethel Bieach Sponge and I urtle Fisheries Act—Fined 30s. 01 one months imprisonment. john Roach — Breach Sponge and I uitie Fisheries At t 2 months I imprisonment. JO—Jane Duneonil>c and Mar 1 garet Curry—Larceny of ,1 (jag .containing ^3 js, u leathei purse jcontaiuiTy 5 dollars in U. S. Currency and 17s. British Silvatr and a j further sum of 3s. the moneys and goods ol one Joseph Major Dun j com he 6inonlns—Curry Dismissed. Maliel lletbel 1.,IK eny of ,1 fowl \ value 3s. the goods 11 ir) (battels of Harris! Gale—Dismissed, Ay red Bonamy—Assaulting and beating Isafah Rolle—Dismissed, at—Marion Kahmin] -Using profane and indecent language in StreCv* I he defendant was deemed a lunatic anil dealt with under section 5 of the Lunacy Act 1890. M.uy ration Drunk in Street — js. oi 4 day*, James A. Collins—Wounding one Finest Bowe — Remanded till 28th 111st. 11 --Louise Butler— Larceny of 7s. of the moneys of (jeo. c luistodoulakis -Stupo J. I ynes, Dclendinits (iuaidian, bound in £ 10 for the appearance of defendant in v unit tor sentence within 0 months 1 called upon. Marion Bonamy—Assaulting and belling Kb** Sweeting —Fined IOS. and ordered to pay ros. as damages to complainant. In default 14 days iinpris'jnrncnt. 23 RegiirtUd Deveaux and David Hunt —Beating a drum in public Street in Contiavention of the Street nuisance Prohibition Act— Devtaux us. % %  ; .. >!.!_,.. 1!..'.: > miwd. HkaVHaVHaSHH Charles Adderlcy — Breach Cab Act—Bound in 4*5 to appear for lenience \%ithin 3 inontha if called upon. Austin Murray—Assaulting at heating Margaret Major— £l 01 days. Teddy Hudson—Using tbrea of personal violence towards M Smith —Dismissed. 24.—Samuel Richardson -lu1 IOUSIV driving a horse and < arriage %  ii ng the Blue Hill Road to the danger oi per i >ns thereii 1 'is rnissi l. Edward Ro|(et I 'treating borse— ios. o| %  ; daj . ErnestMillei i etiog a h i --5s. or 4 days. 25.—James A. 11 Cattle Act—as. 1 ... ent laaguage in Street Adela.de Village—12s. or jo d 1 Cranville Hepburn—Found in dwelling house of Rosa Goo without lawful excuse for bei there — Remanded till 29th iiibt. At the tiir.e til King to pn minutes p.hi. The tinn sing the mails per Miami tomoirov. is unkiH.nvn at the Post Office. No Cabie{,'rnms had I ived at 15 p.m. at thi • offict • ( A BL EG RAM MS London, 28.—The four days debate on the second debating st ige on the Home Rule IU\1 began in the House of Lords this evei. The adoption and rejection "I the measure were speeches along familiar lines by the Marquis ol Crewe and the Duke of Devi respectively. AS the rejection of the Bill by'the House ol Louis is certain and its defeat will pr •duce no immediate political c mquences the Upper House was not crowded and the debate was Ian quid. • %  London, 28. — At the opening ol tjie Court of Criminal Appeal P* day ft was announced that tli" Lord Chief Justice would be uaahfe to attend to his official duties (or a few days. In the last 'month or so, Lord Alveptoiiesattend.iiu'i' at Coail' an__ in vaudeville tonight at tteTalace Theater. The popalar \ctor


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THE
TRIBXJW
[NalMlii C&dicttU iurare In. verba D/tagistr:
RING MOUNT' TO PWAR TO frill Oik; .IAS op N'o MASTRR.
VOL X
.Vas.'au N. P., Bahamas Friday, January 31, 1913
No. 49
LEON E. i i>Ui*i C.i.
EOITOI AMU PeilPall '
OfKIOK jH jj UAKKKT 3TRBBT
Naatau N P., l.mus.
!. ii. Hi I j:;
PI BUSH I l-\.
Mnuv. vednetiiay end r'lidav
ingle copy . ... Jit.
ruesday, Fhtndai and ^aturdnv
wgl> i > v .. ... id
Weekly ... 4Jd
Unittill' ... !- 4 t
Quard I) ...... 4*.
RalfYeari*
Yeativ ... 1*1
PaYAKLE IV AI>VA\< .
Advertising Ratat: Six panes per line
f..r finrt insertion; three pence pat line
'.i iec n'I insertion; and .hip penny pel
iine fur subsequent Insertion*,
Advertisements under eitfht 11!>-> 4S.
We regret lo nnnnfti ce the.de ith
of the Rev. R. W. Baker at 5:45
p.m. 30th jnst.
Funeral Service at Trinity
Church at 4 p.m. today
Intcinirnt at Ebeueztl Iemetcry.
r
The Mail Steamer "Esperanza"
steamed foi New Yoik last night
witli the following passenger*.
Mr, ami M rs. George 13. Richard-
OQ, Mr>, May Armstrong, Mis.
Ivii-i.la Armstrong.
MfIS, Rebecca Ricaido, Mr.
Theodore DirlingiG).
r
Tin- Mail Sicuncr "Miami''
returnt-il n> dock at Miami, will
probably leave for Nassuu at 1
o'clock to-day.
The Hamburg American Line
Ouising Steamer "Victoria I.uise"
is expected t' arrive here oil Min
day morning with a large number
oi tourists <.ri board.
IN THE MAGISTRATE'S
COURT
t Win SmithAssaulting and
beating Jeremiah Annbiister Dis-
missed.
16Zachrias Johnson Breach
Sponge and Turtle Fi&liane* Av-l
Oraered to join vessel and pro-
ceed on the voyage for which be
had signed. In default of non com-
pliance to be imprisoned for 6
weeks.
17 -Wm. Eulin Breach Spouse
and Turtle Fisheries Act Fined
7-. (id. or 6 days and ordered to
proceed on the voyage, In default
1 m.nit s imprisonment.
18 Anthony Moss Working
his mule v inle guttering ffom sores
Bs. of 7 days.
Lydia Armbnster- Assaulting
and beating Alfred (>wen> bound
in ilie sum of {"5 to keep the peace
lor 3 months.
I tiarles Bethel Bieach Sponge
and I urtle Fisheries ActFined
30s. 01 one months imprisonment.
john Roach Breach Sponge
and I uitie Fisheries At t 2 months
I imprisonment.
JOJane Duneonil>c and Mar
1 garet CurryLarceny of ,1 (jag
.containing ^3 js, u leathei purse
jcontaiuiTy 5 dollars in U. S. Cur-
rency and 17s. British Silvatr and a
j further sum of 3s. the moneys and
goods ol one Joseph Major Dun
j com he 6inonlnsCurry Dismissed.
Maliel lletbel 1.,ik eny of ,1 fowl
\ value 3s. the goods 11 ir) (battels of
Harris! GaleDismissed,
Ay red BonamyAssaulting and
beating Isafah RolleDismissed,
atMarion Kahmin] -Using
profane and indecent language in
StreCv* I he defendant was deemed
a lunatic anil dealt with under
section 5 of the Lunacy Act 1890.
M.uy ration Drunk in Street
js. oi 4 day*,
James A. CollinsWounding
one Finest Bowe Remanded till
28th 111st.
11 --Louise ButlerLarceny of
7s. of the moneys of (jeo. c luisto-
doulakis -Stupo J. I ynes, Dclen-
dinits (iuaidian, bound in 10 for
the appearance of defendant in
v unit tor sentence within 0 months
1 called upon.
Marion BonamyAssaulting and
belling Kb** Sweeting Fined
ios. and ordered to pay ros. as
damages to complainant. In de-
fault 14 days iinpris'jnrncnt.
23 RegiirtUd Deveaux and Da-
vid Hunt Beating a drum in pub-
lic Street in Contiavention of the
Street nuisance Prohibition Act
Devtaux us. ; .. >!.!_,.. 1!..'.: >
miwd. HkaVHaVHaSHH
Charles Adderlcy Breach Cab
ActBound in 4*5 to appear for
lenience \%ithin 3 inontha if called
upon.
Austin MurrayAssaulting at '
heating Margaret Majorl 01
days.
Teddy HudsonUsing tbrea
of personal violence towards M
Smith Dismissed.
24.Samuel Richardson -lu-
1 iousIv driving a horse and < arriage
ii ng the Blue Hill Road to the
danger oi per i >ns thereii 1 'is
rnissi l.
Edward Ro|(et I 'treating
borse ios. o| ; daj .
ErnestMillei i etiog a h i
--5s. or 4 days.
25.James A. 11
Cattle Actas.
1 ...
ent laaguage in Street
Adela.de Village12s. or jo d 1
Cranville HepburnFound in
dwelling house of Rosa Goo
without lawful excuse for bei
there Remanded till 29th iiibt.
At the tiir.e til King to pn
minutes p.hi. The tinn sing
the mails per Miami tomoirov. is
unkiH.nvn at the Post Office.
No Cabie{,'rnms had I iv-
ed at 15 p.m. at thi offict
( A BL EG RAM MS
London, 28.The four days de-
bate on the second debating st ige
on the Home Rule IU\1 began in
the House of Lords this evei.
The adoption and rejection "I
the measure were speeches along
familiar lines by the Marquis ol
Crewe and the Duke of Devi
respectively. AS the rejection of
the Bill by'the House ol Louis is
certain and its defeat will pr -
duce no immediate political c m- -
quences the Upper House was not
crowded and the debate was Ian
quid.
London, 28. At the opening ol ,
tjie Court of Criminal Appeal P*
day ft was announced that tli"
Lord Chief Justice would be uaahfe
to attend to his official duties (or
a few days. In the last 'month or
so, Lord Alveptoiiesattend.iiu'i' at
Coail'
an__
in vaudeville tonight at tteTalace
Theater. The popalar \ctor-


T 11 R
T R I li UNE
tr <>f tin St. James I heat re i
fted by ;i select cast appear-
sketch by \1 ix Beerbohm
std "\ Soci il Si cess." Sii
and his supporters, were
|kl before the curtain.
ondon, 28.Memories'ol one of
Be most sensational I nglisli divorce
|ses in the last gen nation we e
Hvived to-day when Karl Cowley
red a- co respondent in a suit
glu by Geoffrey liuxton.
Portland, 28. I'he I'.nti-h
lamer "\l 111. larmecli w 1
giclipil in Pitrtland friftbour to-
y after a collision with the Bri-
stcamcr "Dunslaa."
V&L
Or. IAIN' jour Easter Cards
lie.ip In mail direct M iil me
, in stamps foi \rt San p|e,
1 ii 1 let p t earlv sinmet.
R. I>. BR M I', fVgent,
VVirri Pub. 1 '<>, Nol Inc.
. N. I'.,
Bahamas. Box 1
Dynamite.
AFRESH supply jtl
by -.-in "Hattie Darl
I"(.! -ale bv
CHAS. K M.i^lRY.
Remember
I
IKew York, 28 An ocean going
lip will p.i-s from one ocean to
le other through the Panama
.anal before rg 13comes to an end.
His is the promise of C
kethals Chief Engineer of the
'anama Canal, li was made at a
dina^i in his h m ur given ai
tlofl Astor l.i-i ni^ht.
I
01
trac
mvs
SI
C
Imm
REPUDIA I [ON.
IE public are hereby notified
iint I will not b'' 1
liv debts or liabilities cob.
by any person other tb m
HARLES il. r.AILLi )U.
'iano Tuning".
IYEARS EXPERIENCI
[TISF \CT0RY WORK
ALSO
*iano Lessons.
I Success (in iranteed,
Rea
ll or Write I., V( IN R
Bay St. t ity.
ately E 1 f Ma-mi,' Temple
lNOTICE! !
IMPERIAL
F f day at 8 p.m.
CHRISTIAN MAR-Ti'R"
A autiful hand-colored film.
sto I of the old Roman davs ami
lecution of the 1 hnstians
^ANIMATED W'l EKLY"
subjects.
rJM.XC A BAD MAN"
Itional ITOWHOy picture
JAGARI HONEYMOON
l>mic.
VAUBEVILLE
K'.'Y- IN VIACIi M.
IIYSTVRIF^.
ROGERS ii? Comic -
tnoiogue.
. 94i
*,
vim '
A. 1 R VWI.EYVl
f sou are thihking of buiIdi
it, tli it we will sell lor the
next week a fan grade of N'o 2
I Flooring, Siding snd haII nub
celling ai
18s. 4d. Pei 11 SPOl C \SH
! You will not h i\e 1 1 hi I:Iti
this I.M tome tmi to c 11 e 1- the
Mill will I).- starting up on th* 15th
and I ".in then on we will I e carry*
! f,toci< of \"n 1 grade
ol ill'
N >W is rniv 1 |\!E TO : UY.
We
[or youi kmd pat.
rona
out customers, one and all, I
ol good thin:.- for in;. \Ve i an
we Iihw
please you in t i 1 past, sow will
do ill the futUI ;"p"
for a i P V' tin 111-
THE BAH*M\S riMBER
1 I iMI'WY. I.IMI I lli.
ARTHUR B. SUITON
N'o. to I last Stieel. M.ma 'it
PASSAGE
{ "FRAN : I.
to Mi imi will be I EN I> M.I \>RS
Chil !'ii 1
Childrea-45 \ ears 1 nd un
Subject to eh mil;,, wi hoiil \ I il r.
Offi. e "I 1 im n I. "
4^j Eat Bij street,
. N. P.,
Jan. 1st, 1913
EMPLOY-
MENT
For Every and Any one
and
All the Time
en dui Sis.il PI 1 dott 11
\V.--t.
Satl-factory earnings n ide,
if work 1- piii . eadil) and
industriously
Most of tlie m 1 1 le job or
ct. Hous ,'l.ite
those uho wish to :<,' He,re.
- for Men and I
aniil 11 1 on the 1 ila a tat ii >n
NONE M.I 11 I'.h
\i7i.\Mu1M inform itT1 who appreciate a Good Smoke tha* we now
VV h.iv..... hand.anexl Stock ol HAVANA CIGXRS. We
(>ur i.i.uiil to bi made of the finest Havana and Sumatfa
Wt ippers, and Havana Fillers throughout.
! ... t igarsate manul our premises by skilled workmen,
,,,,,1 Sl taken to produce an article ol superioi quality,
I'h.' -,u, -- we have met uti in the past leads usconli lently to expect
the pal ol con 111
|. I.. SALNDERS & Co.
P.,tv Street

WHITE LABEL'
WHISKY
Cheap
l
and -
Good. V
<
Among the Families
of STOUT
^ I'lIK OLDEST WD VLWAY8 HAS Till' LEAD
p*~J. t>r*iMt 11,. I.l ~u|ii-ruiincl. I ~'
W. For Result Advertise
in The "Tribune'


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