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It is a marvelhlus possession to
have the wrt of being calm; the
artof trusting those we love and
then, even beyond this trust, be-
lieving in the ever present care and
tender w ntehfulnews of the Great
And when this calmrand trust is
touched by bappy optimism, there
is little elIss, demand for broad
c n eontentuot. It. will you
h young to learn and believe Joahn
Burtoughsicred woven in the lines
of his "Waiting". It is one of the
poems that may be kept to hearten
Serene, I fold my hands and wait,
Nor care for wind, not tide, nor
I rave no more againstt time nor
For lo I m) own shall come to
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I stay my haste, I mtke delays;
IFor what avails this eager pace?
I stand 'mid the eternal ways,
And what Is mine shall know
Asleep, awaike by night or day,
Th friends I seek are seeki angm;
No wind can drive my bark, astray,
Nor changpte tide of destiy .
The brook tat prg in y9ode
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heights; IN THE MAGISTRATES
.o Glows. the goWt with equal law COURT.
Unto the soul of pure delights... January 15, 1913.
WinW. Smith-Assaulting and
'he Stars come nightly to the sky, beating Jeremiah Arinbrister-Dis-
The tidal wave into the sea ; missed.
Nor time nor space, nor deep, nor 16.-Zacharias Johnson-Breach
high. Sponge and Tui tie Fisheries At t-
Can keep my own away from Ordered to join vessel and proceed
me. on the voyage for which he ha I
signed. In default of non compti.
-- .- ance to be imprisoned for 6 weeks.
The Editor of the Tribune 17.- Wi. Eulin- BreachSponge
Sir, and Turtle Fisheries Act --Fined
I recently arrived from W4tling's 7*. 6d. or 6 days. arift ordered to
Islandl where I have spent a few proceed on voyage. In default -
months. I may state a few facts months imprisonment.
that cname under my notice during S.--Anthony Moss-Working
my visit to thl t region 'beyond his mule while suffering from sores
Thbe Island is not I the level with -8s. or 7 days.
most of the lslaiids in the Colony, Lydia Arminbrister-Assaulting
and by my experience many yeas nd beating Alfred Owens-Hound
will elapse before it reaches an iam. in the sum of '5 to keep the peace
Aortant stanuuia.Th lfficers who for.3 months.
hold prominent positions, deserve rle Bthel-Brech Sponge
every penny of their wages for their and Turtle Fisheries Act-Fined
trouble. During my stay there I 305. or one month.
was a regular visitor at the school Joh, Roach D)o. 2
of which I beg to make mention, months imprisonment.
At my first visit to the school I
was greatly surprised to see such CABLEGRAMS.
an assembly of small children,
none appearing to be more than London, 26.-The cabinet coun-
twelve years of age. After having cil tomorrow has to decide the
a talk with the teacher, rhe a ve nmeitous question as to how to
orders fr te*l' to op. i" deal with the dilemma caused by
school opened by singing a hymn, the speakers ruling on the franchise
the school being conducted that question.
time by a boy about thirteen years Such strong conflicting opinions
old. Well the way in which that havebeen provoked by the thorny
boy kept everything under control problems of the women's vote that
gave me pleasure and is a great fears are expressed as to whether
credit to the totcher. The teacher the government will be able to
Mr. Jos. C. W.. Gibson, is a young weather the storm.
man of great talent and teaching The ministers insist that the
ability. His school is almost a question cannot involve any cabi-
wonder, cnsideriqg the many dis net resignations and argue that any
advantAg'sunder which he labours. alternative government would be
Theodore Roosevelt said,."children faced by exactly identical diftiul.
ari a main source otnatiopal gV#at. ties on the women question.
iner." What apies toua nation Fear of some naw militant ac-.
Applies to a colony, also to a de. tion on the part of b.isElragettes
taime t; and when changes of the bill is dropped causes great
leMU etW n tl pah a&t iBeotey isa office quarters.
the Board lf Education may take ---
entice of M.J. C. A. Gibsoin a New York, s6.-Captain Miller
place hiA in charge of a school, at of the British army arrived here
which he may display his rich tat. today on the steamer Campania
.eat in his prqesslm to rank. preparations for the com-
Tha~ai s ~r mgl allowed ing of te British polo teams, which
.... R will me t Aamericns in a sai-
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TUESDAY JAN. 28, 1913.
How strangely members of
the two great parties in the Imn-
perial Parliament are mixed on
the question of Woman Suffrage!
Such deadly opponents as the
two Cecils (Lord Hugh and
Lord Robert Cecil) and Mr. D.
Lloyd George are fighting
shoulder to shoulder in the
"votes for women" cause while
Ministers like Mr. Asquith and
Mr. Lewis Harcourt are opposed
to Sir Edward Grey and Mr.
Lloyd George. Whatever the
result may be, and whatever our
opinions may be, the situation
is very unusual inBritishi politics.
Had it not been for the window-
smashing and letter-damaging
campaign, the suffragists would
stand a good chance of winning.
Even as it is they may come out
on top. When the suffrage Mea-
sure (known as the Conciliation
Bill) was defeated last session
on second reading, it was said
that Irish Nationalists voted
against it with the object of se-
curing more time for thle Home
Rule Bill. Many of them are in
favour of giving women a vote,
and now that the Home Rule
Bill has gone up to thie House
of Lords, they are free to follow
their own convictions on this
ing been compelled to go, to THE KING'S WAREHOUSE
South West Bay. ". ,.SWE.,Y A STRONG
v. ,M.. 9f.7 T. 4
Without desiring to be.dndet Post Office rls on% i
cessarily fault finding we mus- .
exl)tess objection to the Post The Postmaster is an early bird
Office arrangements of this in these das.
morning, by which the public Who keeps the Key ?
was informed thatForeignMails Keep off the glass.
per "Miami" would be closed at Boys Kee) your weather eve
7 a.m., naturally everbd sup-e u ather eye
posed that the usual! busiIness of liftin l.
mailing would be carried on Tidewaiters! \Vherearc you?
from a reasonable time' previ His Ixcellency the Governor
ously, until 7 o'clock, but not so, is evidently an early riser, as hei
before seven the sale of stamps was on the dock early This
was stopped, then how were let- morning after the Miami's"
ters to be posted, at that hour arrival asking for Tidewaiters,
in the morning no place ,if Wa'chous;keeper, Police, &c.
b nIsiess; xvit t li ne sol litary ex. I He miiadl ('iite a stir there and
ception, is ()open where stamps
might be got, consequently the'
public was misled.l.
Is it to')o nmtch that the offi-
cials of tilhe 1',,t O)lice shoutll
give the public some considera-
tion? be it reincminbered, no piit -
lie no office, and no office no
It is to be hoped ii:hat when
the next early closini'i. 01 o:
round, that it will nolt 1wv biyondd
the capacity oif Oh w'o, ( )flice.
department to ;:r ange for tlhe
selling of stamps until the
hour of closing ;
"Ye'Morris "i)ances," ,_rivini
by the chlildirei of St Hilia's
I light Slcho i1, yesterday a ft r
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expressed his dissatisfaction very
hI'e )'it officer r arrived soon,
after his Excellency, but Ill ,
Excellence lelt the dock seeking
thl \Warn'ouse Keeper.
The \Vareh)use, was opened
while !His 1E.xcellencv was there,
1an)d His Excellency was surpris-
ed to find that any other person
tlhiin the \Ware.h house Keeper
slhin id b.. in i)os'-session of tlie
This is very commendable in
tlhe new G.overnor, a;id it ,sts
with thle people, w~ho have be.'n
s, long kicking. to stand b\, andl
support him in his effortss to
ieTe'y thle Ionw ,-\iing. slack
nt'ss ini our 1),i li int ers.
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ken with the climate aEd wants
to see more of our islands and
people and expects to make his
first visit tbNlIeuthera next week,
returning Fiiday, Feb*y.
Arrivals this mnorig from.
Miami, with cargoes and passen-
gers, were as follows:-
Sch. "Admiral," Lumber and
Miss Lena \VWll-,; Mesdames
Annietta \VWlls andil ilerietta
\luree ; Messrs. Fraiicis' Lord,
Gustavus Rolle, Austin Rolle,
Henry WVhitfielil, Augustus De-
veaux, Samuel Miller, James
l,,rles, .1ib Ferguson, and
Sainui l Briani, (1 2)
S<1i. "Willianm I1. Albury."
.Mis's I lilda and Alice John-
si l; .Mrs. olimil da Roberts;
\lc-r-i l)anie'l .;\N key, Richard
I'hxll 1, I'oideick Sawyer, Ed.
w\v l .1'r! l)'rts t ;(i l Jolin Sweet-
alld lyv nmiite:
Ni Miriamln Th'li lips)n ; Mes-
0d.w-, Aintlia aind Susanriti
Th, nI i ; Mi ssrs. tiergc Rob)-
erts, Cae:ar Sout'herland, Ict-er
SIit.id trlaind, N;ip,,l'i n I lorace,
Jai<)- El'ldoin,antdl ich'vrd Rolle
,S !. "Julia llizabet ," tim-
t)er : Allfrel l)e.'an i)
subject. As our cables are a dayv noon Oiln e grouiitts l in --.. -I -
late, we suppose we must wait Farm," was a uniqucand enjoy- There -was a Fire Engine III Sc!. "Fe,.less," luinlbwr and
till Wednesday for news of tlh a ble ent'rtainmiiet, atffordiig specli) ti his morning iidIr Mir. shingles: --
result. iniuiLi pleasure to-thie )itn w\hio Cunniiizlai-am whot is paid an NMiisses 'era I.eslie,Mertie Corn-
S\ ailed themselves of the oppor- iunallv for Inspecting our Fire ish Merci E'lIwarn!, a ZC aroline
The Welsh 1)i stablis hment tunlitv to be present. The per- Engines. The Commandant and Wynis; M.esdames Ja!e Leslie,
Bill must be nearly through all farmers were in excellent spirits Serjeant Major were there with Martha Dames, Ellen Cornish,
its stages in the House of Com- and performed their p:rti. many(Ir tihe Consta;bulary. VirMiiia Morn is, lIiza Edwards,
mons. There is a strong dispo- of theevolutiohs bring difficult) A length of lios, burst nlon' and Alice Wyms ; Messrs. John
sition on the Liberal side to without a hitch, anid their devot- East Street pr,)viiin. that tlie eslie, William Edwards, Solo-
compromise on the endowment ed and pains-taikiiig teacher material of the li-'e I)e|)aittn rt mon Johnson. Fvanr',elow; John-
clauses. We believe that in the Miss Howard- must fecl uiichi is not in the i) .-s' rCiI;tio)n. son. lereni;h (Gomz, Wallace
end the Bill will become Law gratified with the result of hier Sturrup, and Timothy Culmer
after taking away from the efforts, as the training of the It will be seen Ib an a:(lver- (17)
.Anglican Church no more than children, especially the smaller tisement in another coluImn that
tithe and glebe. We do not be- ones, must have taken much a very good programme is pro. The Mail steamer "Miamni,"
lieve the Government are in a time, patience and persever- mised at the "Royal Theatre" arrived from Miami early this
position to give way on either. ence."TheMa pole was especial- to morrow evening, and that morning with the following pais.
of these points. ly good twvoshows will be given so as seligers:
I "liThe Bahamas P.lice Band. to melt the convenience of the Misse: F. Gerber, Lulu P.
There seems to be a prospect under landimtaster Coeon, was in guests and others at the Irotels Ilooper, K. Louder, and M. Co(n-
of getting our goods landed from attendance, .and played,4cr houses. lies' ev ; Mesdames James E.
the steamer at the bar this week., the coliiencement of tihe, p1 0 -. Hooper, G. A. Thmpson and
We were looking recently at a 1 gramme and during the interval. The "Imperial Theatre," also, D. A. Campbell; Mr. and Mrs.
number of half rotten apples in i His Excellency the Governor as will be seen by their adver- W.R. GCrawford, Mr. and Mrs.
a store that had been landed and Mrs. Iladdon-Smith were tisemenit, in to days paper, is J. P. Geddes; Mr. and Mrs. t
from the last Ward Line Steam- among those present. oltering a veryV attractive pro- T. Smith; Messrs. R. W. Pdr-
er, and we could not help won- The proceeds of this entertain grarw'inie for to morrow ev.ening. sons. .W Schumaker. 1. C.
during whether so many would mient, we understand, Iis to be 4Gecd ', s r., F. 1. Farrington,
have begun to go bad if we had devoted to the work of the l I 1 0 A- ttl" ; a'Att t' -
t tiry-wrre-m ti year. e is very much ta- Justina ajor, and I La-
two- weeks ago, itead of hay- success, thi year. He is very much ta-
I'. TR '; NE
.. 1 .. -n ^ . --
eur ahd chii : Mr. :,I
SSoorfftterti" S. "Miami"
docked this morning His Excel-
lency was there with the ques.
ti,,n "1 ll I( ni1t of you art'
\, w t I ,
< li r(- ; !r'1 c o u I l Iore
, 1> 'Where is Mr. Jarieson ?"
1 am just fromi his houset'.,aui(l
he i:, on the way down n1w
Sir. The hb'at took us by sir-
prise this mri)rnin,, we dill nIt
expj bt her so e;ii \."
.'( l! well tite whistle ble'v,
it did not surprise mie, for s,'.
o'clock, I am here and I live
further than Mr. Jamies in "
Thiis 'idevait,.r lnow left in
pursuit of Mr. jan eison. S "'.'k
ing to another thli0 vre n r f i' I
"At wlinat time lo :s tirc .v.u c
hoittc ,p..t ?"f
\s s Io: a- Mri. J-i en ar
ed( :t l lthe tl l %, lli 'i ;s i ,ut i
a Iln rt *r of live le t'ii ,i e
at I slied alnd I( l i;clI .d i : I:
it iIn t 1!ed great iitln (itvenlli. t.
I iirn on tlhe 'lights" lih s.i
T'h'eiv (';ilIwlt l ur'. led on til t
til 'l i J:t1 i n; i ,i Sir."
X71r if < -i i
pl;n t." Are tlie i'1, ils. a shlrt ? d
i'ie Mail i,i o(4f time steamer
is il,1 UIIi N t Sir"
"Is our mail man here ?"
S'r.:-'ntlv the lights were turn
"Oh, is Mr. Jaili ,;son thci ?
; "Yes Sir."
A 'idewatitr rai to flid I r.
kmi'ni'son, but returned \t v;ii.
As.lwer "He is not there "Sir "
Ilis Excelli'llcv then took tir,
tiilie which \as al)out 5 p1'st 5
SWh\Vlo open'ld .(:e \V ,r ir
e inqui,,i f .1 4 !'i d .1 a Ttl r."
4 "I dil lr.."
lo w did.xI u .et the y ?' '
"From Mr.Ja wniewi n iv ,is on
way down here now Sir"
S"Am vou open the Warrch,.us-
i hMt!r j T. ta i iwft t.b in P7
tt, no w nider this coinnlit t
'1-hear hear hear I right
it Exceslency." This frn, i,
fe relyved -off.
"WhAt, the ientr'Menmler f.or
Harbour Island ?"
His j.xcellehnyn then waited
a 1*w minutes and directed tht,
Mr Iamnipesnm be informed :hil
he had been down and wait-d 4 EXc' ij:It Ree
for him.n including "The
ThFie PI"-tmaster wans i: h,. pecns Ey,3" -by --
I'o.:t ( Ic I \\' lien Ilis Ex'cell jN
" I;:i, U )i). ,!i, rc!..re :; !c l;, a il-, I c t 'I II 1
iv, in i bags ?" i. \M.\ i, M I I
He waIs shl4owwi them, and le 1' ; .(),.!. )\\-,
;a1id Ithat lIW as ltad to sk'Son l i f ; N < < ( !'
iInim rovemenit in ti",, arratle- .--" I MY -I.
itiei)t o(f,' tlhI, ofij-'e ; wlhei 'i a a. 3 !. I I '
few erles leeft fr tie. 1, )
tral P(olice Stationl.
4 i l.\ !)
.\ 1.) Jr N S 'li.'. ,. ,T
COMNI^SIONJ ?- -
I ION( )Il'Di' IIY WB i V.i, v J,:ny.
S1.T'"'E ()F' 15 (t UNS.
ks a )Ir. i -pse ploug]iilig tlii, o!th .
13 at, ". \eohlus" siealmel t,.I\ rd-
'.rt Ilouri !: a:1 1,I l rd 1~
-) ,r i t' hat lIt U.t i:oi u ftred l;i d
, las' M u. nhttii' ', afte'riioo)i.,
As soon as ; IS !,C" mud I`,1, j
,';Irrid to nii ',o ;u'cu;iintaI cI(e
,.,.' r (.'. te t '!, , 1 1: V ( li.! i
, ,: \vw itilin i 1', r >. 11w i:l -
ia true l, itisli A,\i lio f'r
n'iyv aI lLon day, thle Ri'e Inti
1) .,1 \all d tatting 3u t ''
C 1 il( Oi' tile st( i-n, ii L 'r i *
Iii 111n er aS to lI< V(e no d) ( n t i P I
tihe minds nf those on b),a:r t-he
ship that thev had truly struck.
one of King teorge's over saeas
No -;(.oler l>ad Ilt: -Co;l is. "
sioner I'-ft the l l ltin aiit :11 t
of 15 Guns, w\\ r le t ho -, '\l.'A i i
li suddenlyl\ rcalizel thliait hl' tV ..
was n s'tritishl stubi, (i< of i,
()n Su bii Iiitr a:lter a lI;n .
ir !iv\- i by tbv 01 Coiinli;an in
lin in uir ,i)l' i r'., srl: l. 'r ;s ir '
the iC'Illn Co- isLi'iar i4' lit \i!
J. 1,). A l-!nb v, a hrilli<.it d i;l'
vas minade l)y niieanis of IlerSearcI
light, which was a real ti';atl
,e tt Tie f6r'
niiles ariundand satisfied them- I
selves that we were free from
any possible attacks for the
inigh, she withdrew her vigi
IInce, lelvYQ 1ifl .tqwp again in ;
mt ln bhodrJ.-I, 191 iI
cord," January 16, 1913
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S Wishes to tell you FREE
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"' Her Husband's mg
I d Mes Write to He
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S For over 20 years James Anderson of 916
Elm Ave., Hiilburn, N. Y., was a very hard
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ile ^but 10 yearsago hiswife
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London, 26.- The Balkan pleni.
potentiaries who have ieccived full
powers from their respective gov.
ernmeuis, appointed a committee
today to diant a note to the Turk.
ish plenipotentiaries, explaining
why the peace conference mubt
now be considered broken uff. This
action is part ol a series of well
considered torms of pressure with
which the Balkan delegates hope
to obtain their object without re-
London, 26.-Some complex
questions will engage the attention
& the North Atlautic passenger
conference which meets in beriti
on Wednesday and will be attend-
ed by tepicsentatives ot all the
chiet Atlantic passenger lines int
Europe. The final decision will
then be taken as to whether there
sail be a rate war.
London, 26,-Modern phases of
British banking was the subject of
an interesting paper read defure
the institute of bankers today by
Drumnond Frazer. He estimated
that the total increase during the
last fifteen years ol gold coin held
by the banks, including the bank
of England, amounted to $125,
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assau, N.P., Bahamas.
is now ready and on sale
rriw ~ 7
I you are thinking of building a
house, that we will sell for the
next week a fGir grade of No 2
Flooring, Siding and half inch
8s. 4d. Per too Feet. SPOT CASH
You will not have a chance like
this for some time to come as the
Mill will be starting up on the 15th
and from then on we will te carry.
ing our usual stck of No i grade
of lumber of all sizes.
NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY.
We dei' e to thank you
for ,. tr kind pa t-
ronage duri;,g 1912 and to wish
out custonieis, one and all, the best
of good things for 1913. We can
assure wou that at we have tried to
please you in the past, so w, will
do in the futureand sincerely hope
for a share of vouw custom.
THF. BIAH AMAS TIMBER
ARTHIUR B. SUTTON
No. to East Sh eet. Manager
FOR SALE OR RENT
S EVEN ROOM DWRI.LING
HOUSE with Outbuildings,
situate on North Side, East Shirley
St. No. 205
One half the Purchase price may
remain on Martage if desired.
ap plyv to
WALTER K MOORE.
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All the Time
on our Sisal Pla ntattions down
Satisfactory earnings can be made,
if work is pursued steadily and
Most of the work is by the job or
contract., Hiopses to accommodate
those who wish to reside there.
Small cottages for Men and their
aiuities provided n the plantation
NONE NEEDI1E IDLE
Go there and the Field Superintend.
cents will put you to worked
LaslBau, N. n
W rE would inform all who appreciate a God ,nole the we now
have on hand an extensive Stock of HAVANA CIGARS. We '
guarantee our brand to be made of the finest Havana and Sumatra
Wrappers, and Havana Fillers throughout.
These Cigars are manufactured on our premises by skilled workmen,
and great pains are taken to produce an article of superior quality.
The success we have met wih in the past leads usconfidently to expect
the patronage of connoiseurs.
J. L. SAUNDERS & Co.
YOU CAN USE
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es hi the Jade Gordon Bennett
International Cup in June.
the wireless telegraph treaty sit .
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it is expected to be exchanged at
the British capital within a few
weeks by the twenty one signatory
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