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— eel ih< Board ol Lvdui ation with matter but lias not yet ret %  i-\ Pd a" answer. Thanking you fur your Space Kind Sir Yours Sincerely ALEX RECKLEY j* ,i PASSENGER LIST ON MIAMI .SI I. A Ml. US 0343. Statistical Kepoit Shows That Ngn es Went Nassau Not to Return; During the yeai 1913, ten ships, including one steamer, pne aux ilarj schooners, and eight sailin* VI ssels, plied between Miami and Nassau in the Bahama Islands, ng altogether 3767 persons in Nassau ai d bringing back 9*576 1 1 pie, These air the figures coirtpilcf] in connection with the toostaUsfies at the request of the government, ami are t-'keii to indicate that this traffic is much greater than ia generally supposed 'I lie Miami made the urn foi only Q fe months ami Can Ffd MII ill percent of the pasaenaeis,] The Fram I is the auxin irj oner, which is now rivaled l>* the llaihim.'cr u huh recently n lie IN lau -afely m the end of her maiden voy ige. I he sailing boats which mike trips between I the two poris are the schitonere S I'. EouglflS, Aihuiral, Hat tie Daflingi Julia I lizaheth, William H. Alhury, Feailess, Louise I'"., and Winiiied M. Ii is said lhaj the M iffi In Nas|y inci %  • ised H nd that it is |mpi d eventually to p steamei service the jgsai nrouilil. -\fuur.; }! Hi June 291914.1 Bahamas Government* Line Office: Masonic Temple. Wharf: Higgs*. Freight Line co and from Nassau and New York S. S. Talisman leaves New York June 26th expected to arrive July 1st. DISCOUNTS ON EXISTING RATES. For particulars apply to, GILBERT A. ALBURY, Agent. Imperial Theatre Friday July Jrd MINUS AND BRYANT PROM THE GLOBE THRATRB JACKSONVILLE, H.A. HIGH CLASS SINGING AND DANCING FeB.yjrin.ft Argentina Tanjo. Tcx Tommv DA ticca. 4 Reels of Pictures ENTIRE CH \NCiE f>F PR< KR WIMI v '. W**' v m ^ttk ML • 1 %  M 1 /IMS 1 9W 1 m %  <* AN ENTERTAINMENT oJSin^mv' Rec-it in HIS etc. will be IfTv. n .a St. .I< IftTs hiiptiM Cii ipel on I ues'l '\ 1 ^nin^ 71I1 tub 1' O'I lock, VI, PI— ii>n 6 I Children I Ligln RefreslimenU wll lie so|J. Johnson's Artistic Wood Finishes Johnson's Prepnred Wax ,< com* litb foi 'II fun.ituie, wi 1 il ion, Johnson's Wood Dye irtistic I01 mg "I ill wi %  I ft or hard Johnson'* Under Luc a pilil ii.nsh, very much prior to lull,. 1 \ .ii nish Johnson's Flat Wood Finish I i I beautiful, jrtisiie, hai.il-rubbed llli III tin I s %  Kg. Johnson's Past' Wood Filler I iilh. 1.mi and 1 i'"I M IC|I.U in %  it 1 1 the finnli. Johnson's Povdercd W* a 1 FOR SALE BY Chas. E. Albury PRICES RESERVFD, BOXES 2s. RESERVED AUDITORIUM IS. eo. UNRESERVED GALLERY IS. Notice A I i I'. K' thi ,1-1 inst, I will be .it workfrom i .'t. 111. to |, in. in*itciul ol 'I .(.in. I ,ighl repair^ iri lil.u I. smithing. Horse-shoeing .1 npeci.ilt\. I'.i si I eadi 1 I lorseshoe nails, th< &af< -1 nails [01 1 driving. All • z ol Rybb Channels just received. Extra light steel horst si ul all sizi Ci MARSHALL .Mr. J. 1 I'M I 1 FRESH |t'SI AR RIVED M T< '"II 499 *S WAY STRI VEGET %  Mil 1 SI. .hs Aqwragus W ill till, loll Beet i. inlaloupe Cabbage • Oki.i C.inot I'.i Cauliflower 1 Inn 'ii Cell iv Peppei t U( umber Raditti Egg-Planl Spinach Koh Rabi Squash Lettuce 1 0 M.ilo I III llll> I'ills! |V Exti 1 I'.0 ly Ketl Va h nl inc I.' ir.; "Vi lliiu I :\ %  \ V Pi I Si 1 ingle** i ii 1111 I' >i U'< lii.'" in 11 n 1 in 1. I ludson \\ 11 x 1.1 ma Bean* \!so Flower 9e< I Mosquito Nets 'OR Single find Duul ;i 1 I %  I I. Rl WI I L • 1 Streel



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I w %  w }. 3 CO CD %  CO CD CO Nulllus addle tus |urare ir\ verba magistri. Beintf bound to iweivr to the Dogmas >t t\o Master. VOL. XI. Nassau. N. P.. Bahamas, Frida>. July >. 1914 No lf.H ) 'I'l'CII ITUH I' K 1 1 r K 111' R OPriCI |H u v| MtKKTSTKKKT \ BU N P.. BAHAMA'-. if, 11. Botf I U R| l-lll.l' D\ll V k< iln ''' lirtc ' \,| VI rtiseov %  %  un let eight line* ft Thn. n "f W P. VH-Fv EtqM M N w "• ioadveftenily omitted '•""' amang the names f mem^rs of Hi" Wttie who were |)rf ..,.. i • f Funeral of the Refiti t Th" M.n F. r. WellsDurrani ari r1 lb* M •> I hn II. Brown were ;,,,,,„,_. i he passes er I • New Vn*k MI "v^i'-mn" \esterdny •|'|,* Brifisl -'''I*' ""' Mv ''''''" ,, f \y.,, i, ,. Vovn S'-< li". 3Q.1 Tons, F. I W'nllev, Master, on n v ,, v ,.'.. f Kingston, I imaica.tn NJipe I'M '" ' in mtlMl was wrM .1 ,1 ]' • il .t.1, |arres Point, on M v .' %  rli Tt .. I", ,li,-imp< Government Char. ,. :, %  % %  i t 'Tab-nan" is a \,, r ,. .-• i % %  vr-s"l "I II7 S Tone, rlrnilfE 1 ' f %  1 "' r f ''" in a '"' li li-ir %  it lh wnarf -' Messrs Higgs Brothers, Ihe Sri 'i ''' I"' Darling" arrived lhi morning u m Miami with ire. lumber. -.' i %  %  • • Nl '' ,!.,,„.". Vir ii< Rolle, I Mian ... ,-: n p • lllh S ""iir."mid p.Dpn Cilioion; Mrs-'Charles Hepburn, Fraok Hann ih, 11 rW Willi im, Rufui Saundtrt, 11. I. Munro, George Seymour, |onn Be il • n I Willie Thomps m if! foi niail s The motot "Prajices F" I Miami this mnrni f| with and passengera. "GOVERNMENT NOTICES" The Oil lOintine against Cuba is eatenrled For n period oi two .tti'inilifti>Mi iiif li June. %  j'! %  ( i %  niiii'"amst Colombia has % %  %  i i'vi ifced. |)l |_ |, I'M' %  mt.•(I three months extension of le ive II. I. Pi kwoaH l>q. has been (jrnnted three leave of .iii. |, %  sipli Ri the beeu api'o niei V has \ ling Commcs Ui ico, nominated Fib 'IK'S as II. i ,t i lope Tow n, I he (iii i i nor I ns rrustees, "I Outisln id follow, Cloven "is Hnrhour, Rfvds B. Lnnglon, II I Vltt. II ith inIsland.— Dr. fohnson. Miss Edith Tbmp son, Inaeua.-C \. Sargent and |. D. Albury Requires. ~U '-!< Sound.— Messrs V H. Curry and II. Tedder, Tnrpun Biv-I f. Watson tCnowles an W. H SardsEqmres The Goverriotii has np rovei|o| the follow ingappointments ol Oistjet Posi masters. l.|i. Dorsett, Port Howe; | is T Higgs |r, Behring Point \ndrns; A RADIOGRAMS Torquay, i.—The challencer has again won from her sister ship the" Shamrock III. undet cup-racing conditions, in a seventeen mile run Kiel, \ Brittsh squadron is i Kiel. The week of yachting hat heen a great success. p iris, Fran -e denies nny wish i.i (mtrol lla\ Itan c. tun s. The IF r ilds Wnliinton lispatch ; irdins •'* Kranc %  i , ignv scheme h is : ,t11 n ted great attention, though the foreign mini I repudiates the idea, I M \ flN iva no negojtiationi of ;inv kind have Germany. been by Washington, i.Secret session leaks may cause an inves tigation. Senator Stone has been roused by reports of proceedings of foreign relations comittee, and calls them garbled and inac curate. I |e sa) %  that the furnishing ol information about the dis sion of Colombian and Nicara guan treaties was disgraceful. CELEBRATIONS OF FMI'IUF DAY. Old Place. Abaoo. Mr lalitor Sir. There were grand doings set apart to be carried through by tijis school on Empire Day but owing to heavy down pour of rain the whole clay, they were postponed! (in Tuesday 26th May a grand entertainment was given by the pupils of the Public school Inac. There was a very large audience the Programme consisted chief I v of Patriotic Songs Dialoguesand Ifecisitinns well suited for the day. The speaker's were Mr. J. Il.Saunders Mr. Nathaniel Cooper. Then an able address, was delivered by the Teacher. Mr, IF V Vnrence ( ) ut doors sports were postponed owing to a tainy evening 'Hie National Anthem was sung am three cheers wen: given |^F King The Board of Educawbn and then the Ttacher. The enter tainment wai then brought to .1 close. 1 lnls about a half of the pupils nf this school presented them Selves to the celebration*. This was pwing i" a •' called spirit rion. The Old Place School isbeiiv s.idly damaged by it unless a stop is put to it I am sun, fm tin11 a. In r as it means constant hard work for bun. I believe the Teacher has aquaint


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Nulllus addle tus |urare ir\ verba magistri.
Beintf bound to iweivr to the Dogmas >t t\o Master.
VOL. XI.
Nassau. N. P.. Bahamas, Frida>. July >. 1914
No lf.H
) 'I'l'CII
ITUH
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OPriCI |H u v| MtKKTSTKKKT
\ BU N P.. BAHAMA'-.
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foriei ii.i in" ':'"v >'''
lirtc "
\,|VI rtiseov ' un let eight line* ft
Th- n. n "f W P. VH-Fv
EtqM M N w " ioadveftenily
omitted '""' amang the names f
mem^rs of Hi" Wttie who were
|)rf..,.. i f Funeral of the Refiti t
Th" M.n F. r. Wells- Durrani
arir1 lb* M > I hn II. Brown were
;,,,,,,_. i he passes er I New Vn*k
mi "v^i'-mn" \esterdny
|'|,* Brifisl -'''I*' ""' Mv ''''''"
,,f \y.,, i, ,. Vovn S'-< li". 3Q.1
Tons, F. I W'nllev, Master, on n
v,,v ,.'.. f...... Kingston, I imaica.tn
NJipe I'm '" ' in mtlMl was
wrM.1 ,1 ]'' il .t.1, |arres Point,
on M.....' v .'rli '
Tt .. I", ,li,-imp< Government Char.
,. :, i t 'Tab-nan" is a
\,,r,. .- i vr-s"l "I II7S Tone,
rlrnilfE1 ' f 1"'r f'- '" in" a'"'
' li li-ir".....' it lh
wnarf -' Messrs Higgs Brothers,
Ihe Sri 'i ''' I"' Darling"
arrived lhi morning u"m Miami
with ire. lumber. -.' namite and ;
M,.. PI, i m I' ';> i ' Nl''
,!.,,.". Vir ii< Rolle, I Mian
... ,-: ,n p lllh S ""iir."mid
p.Dpn Cilioion; Mrs-'- Charles
Hepburn, Fraok Hann ih, 11 rW
Willi im, Rufui Saundtrt, 11. I.
Munro, George Seymour, |onn Be il
n I Willie Thomps m
if! foi-
niails
The motot "Prajices F" I
Miami this mnrni f| with
and passengera.
"GOVERNMENT NOTICES"
The Oil lOintine against Cuba is
eatenrled For n period oi two
.tti'inili- fti>Mi iiif li June.
j'! ' ( i niiii'- "amst Colom-
bia has i i'- vi ifced.
|)l |_ |, I'm' mt-
.(I three months extension of le ive
II. I. Pi kwoaH l>q. has been
(jrnnted three leave of
.iii.
|, sipli Ri the
beeu api'o niei
V
has
\ ling Commcs
Ui ico,
nominated
Fib 'IK'S as
II.
i ,t i lope Tow n,
I he (i- ii i i nor I ns
rrustees, "I Outisln id
follow,
Cloven "is Hnrhour,
Rfvds B. Lnnglon,
II I Vltt.
II ith in- Island.
Dr. fohnson. Miss Edith Tbmp
son,
Inaeua.--
C \. Sargent and |. D. Albury
Requires.
~U '-!< Sound.
Messrs V H. Curry and II.
Tedder,
Tnrpun Biv-I f. Watson
tCnowles an W. H SardsEqmres
The Goverriotii has np rovei|o|
the follow ingappointments ol Ois-
t- jet Posi masters.
l.|i. Dorsett, Port Howe; | is T
Higgs |r, Behring Point \ndrns;
A
RADIOGRAMS
Torquay, i.The challencer
has again won from her sister
ship the" Shamrock III.". undet
cup-racing conditions, in a
seventeen mile run
Kiel, \ Brittsh squadron
is i Kiel. The week of yachting
hat heen a great success.
p iris, Fran -e denies nny
wish i.i (- mtrol lla\ Itan c.
tun s. The IF r ilds Wnliinton
lispatch ; irdins '* Kranc
i ignv scheme h is
:,t11 n ted great attention,
though the foreign mini I
repudiates the idea, I
M \ flN iva no negojtiationi of
;inv kind have
Germany.
been
by
Washington, i.- Secret ses-
sion leaks may cause an inves
tigation. Senator Stone has been
roused by reports of proceedings
of foreign relations comittee,
and calls them garbled and inac
curate.
I |e sa) - that the furnishing ol
information about the dis
sion of Colombian and Nicara
guan treaties was disgraceful.
*
CELEBRATIONS OF
FMI'IUF DAY.
Old Place.
Abaoo.
Mr lalitor
Sir.
There were grand doings set
apart to be carried through by
tijis school on Empire Day but
owing to heavy down pour of
rain the whole clay, they were
postponed!
(in Tuesday 26th May a
grand entertainment was given
by the pupils of the Public
school Inac. There was a very
large audience the Programme
consisted chief I v of Patriotic
Songs Dialoguesand Ifecisitinns
well suited for the day. The
speaker's were Mr. J. Il.Saunders
Mr. Nathaniel Cooper. Then an
able address, was delivered by
the Teacher. Mr, IF V Vnrence
()ut doors sports were postponed
owing to a tainy evening 'Hie
National Anthem was sung am
three cheers wen: given |^F
King The Board of Educawbn
and then the Ttacher. The enter
tainment wai then brought to .1
close.
1 lnls about a half of the pupils
nf this school presented them
Selves to the celebration*. This
was pwing i" a ' called spirit
rion. The Old Place School
isbeiiv s.idly damaged by it
unless a stop is put to it I am
sun, fm tin- 11 a. In r as it means
constant hard work for bun. I
believe the Teacher has aquaint-



eel ih< Board ol Lvdui ation with
matter but lias not yet re-
t i-\ Pd a" answer.
Thanking you fur your Space
Kind Sir
Yours Sincerely
ALEX RECKLEY
j*
,i PASSENGER LIST ON
MIAMI .SI I. A Ml. US 0343.
Statistical Kepoit Shows That
. Ngn es Went Nassau Not
to Return;
During the yeai 1913, ten ships,
including one steamer, pne aux
ilarj schooners, and eight sailin*
VI ssels, plied between Miami and
Nassau in the Bahama Islands,
ng altogether 3767 persons
in Nassau ai d bringing back 9*576
1 1 pie, These air the figures coirt-
pilcf] in connection with the too-
staUsfies at the request of
the government, ami are t-'keii to
indicate that this traffic is much
greater than ia generally supposed
'I lie Miami made the urn foi
only Q fe months ami Can Ffd
mii ill percent of the pasaenaeis,]
The Fram I is the auxin irj
oner, which is now rivaled l>*
the llaihim.'cr u huh recently !
n lie IN lau -afely m the end
of her maiden voy ige. I he sailing
boats which mike trips between I
the two poris are the schitonere S
I'. EouglflS, Aihuiral, Hat tie Daf-
lingi Julia I lizaheth, William H.
Alhury, Feailess, Louise I'"., and
Winiiied M.
Ii is said lhaj the M iffi In Nas-
|y inci ised hnd
. that it is |mpi d eventually to
p steamei service the jgsai
nrouilil.
-\fuur.; }! Hi June 291914.1
Bahamas Government*
Line
Office: Masonic Temple. Wharf: Higgs*.
Freight Line co and from Nassau and
New York
S. S. Talisman leaves New York June 26th expec-
ted to arrive July 1st.
DISCOUNTS ON EXISTING RATES.
For particulars apply to,
GILBERT A. ALBURY, Agent.
Imperial
Theatre
Friday July Jrd
MINUS AND
BRYANT
Prom the globe thratrb
jacksonville, h.a.
high class singing
and dancing
FeB.yjrin.ft Argentina Tanjo. Tcx Tommv Da ticca.
4 Reels of Pictures
ENTIRE CH \NCiE f>F PR< KR WIMI
v '.
W**'v m ^ttk
Ml
1 M 1
/IMS 1 9W 1 m
<*
AN ENTERTAINMENT
oJSin^mv' Rec-it in his etc. will be
IfTv. n .a St. .I< IftTs hiiptiM Cii ipel
on I ues'l '\ 1 ^nin^ 71I1 tub 1'
" o'i lock,
VI,piii>n 6 I Children I
Ligln RefreslimenU wll lie so|J.
Johnson's
Artistic Wood
Finishes
Johnson's Prepnred Wax ,< com*
litb foi 'II fun.ituie,
wi 1 il ion,
Johnson's Wood Dye irtistic
. I01 mg "I ill wi I ft or hard
Johnson'* Under Luc a pilil
ii.nsh, very much prior to lull,. 1
\ .ii nish
Johnson's Flat Wood Finish I i I
beautiful, jrtisiie, hai.il-rubbed
llli III tin I s Kg.
Johnson's Past' Wood Filler I
iilh. 1.mi and 1 i'- "I m
ic|i.uin it 1 1 the finnli.
Johnson's Povdercd W* '
a 1
FOR SALE BY
Chas. E. Albury
Prices Reservfd, Boxes 2s.
Reserved Auditorium is. eo.
Unreserved Gallery is.
Notice
A I i I'. K' thi ,1-1 inst, I
will be .it work- from
i .'t. 111. to |, in. in*itciul ol
'I .(.in.
I ,ighl repair^ iri lil.u I.
smithing. Horse-shoeing .1
npeci.ilt\. I'.i si I eadi 1 I lorse-
shoe nails, th< &af< -1 nails [01
1 driving. All z ol Rybb
Channels just received.
Extra light steel horst si
ul all sizi
Ci Marshall
.Mr. J. 1 I'm I 1
FRESH |t'SI AR RIVED
M T< '"II
499 *S WAY STRI
VEGET Mil 1 SI. .hs
Aqwragus W ill till, loll
Beet i. inlaloupe
Cabbage Oki.i
C.inot I'.i
Cauliflower 1 Inn 'ii
Cell iv Peppei
t U( umber Raditti
Egg-Planl Spinach
Koh Rabi Squash
Lettuce 1 0 M.ilo
I III llll>
I'ills! |V
Exti 1 I'.0 ly Ketl Va h nl inc
I.' ir.; "Vi lliiu I :\ \ V Pi I
Si 1 ingle** i ii 1111 I' >i
U'< lii.'" in 11 n 1 in 1.
I ludson \\ 11 x
1.1 ma Bean*
\!so Flower 9e<
I
Mosquito Nets
'OR Single find Duul
;i 1 I
I I. Rl WI I L
1 Streel


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