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N >il!>east of Fowey Uoclt off Miami Florida proceeding to Key We FOP Sale 6 Horse Power. L?"*?; -Zeppelins in a raid Cailfe Perfection, last night dropped 220 bom!)s| I istern and Northeastern Mi'llnml countries filling 51 and injuring 67. Man -IH SU-I the greatest sufferer. Chicago;—President Wilson in a 1 last night dei lared n i\ \ immediately ready For war although of inadequate size. Mongolian insur ts have 1 >ssed the greil wall Their advance gu ird of 2.000 an ;ing the city of Latuwf 1. acoordin ; t 1 Mukden desp iti 1 Petrograd: Right thousand 1 beseiged in Ei zerotim hi R us. I 1 II \] irsh il Von d G iltz is in u in ird if the Tin '.-Washington: Hie 5 nnte by a vote of 48 11 11 r ifui I to in ite the provision in Philippine bill p rm I tin" Uniti I Si ites t 1 retain C'>a1inj stations and naval bases after iting independem 1 Paris:--Culonel House, Pre it Wils ms personal repre sentative, has returned from Berlin. New York: -The British Con sul Genera] notified British ing to watch out for ( U 1 'ii HI submarines in Ami 1 waters It is feared an under water boat might have accompanied the captured steai. 1 Appam across the Atlantic. Condition Guaranteed. Apply 364 Bay St. JAS. A. EVANS UNDF.RTAKf.R. 527 East Bay St. D I I iS to inform his friends '-' and the public that he has just received tins week by the S. S. Borglum a complete stock of the latest and si up to date in coffins compi ising cask etsaud white coffins for children an be SUpplil d at ;m\ size. Coffin fittings can also be sup plii d Tin • 1' • hop will he 1 pen on Bund 11 s. Orderscni ilso e left at The 11 dun r fiffice. I"cr %  %  iiial le Satisfaction rj-iti%Ticc lj Red Cross Fete Bahamian Red Cress Guild A FE'I E under the Pa tronage of His Excellen y the Governor will be held in Government House Grounds on T h u r s d a y tin' 17th February in aid of funds for the liritish Red Cross. CONS I ANI E ALLARDTCB, President. Attention A beautiful and * choice lot of high class feathers in all shapes and colors just arrived. E. C. Griffin Cor. Bay St. and Victoria Avc. Rope Rop e Rope Manilla Rope Hemp Rope Sisal Rope Baling Rope Jute Rope. A I I ILL line of over 300 * Coils kept in stock and delivered from : M^k Nassau, N. P., Bahamas. AGENT HORSES ^Mjjdfc SHEEP CATTLE {| W POULTRY SPONGE, SISAL and other ISLAM) Product t •DRINK-Welch's Grape Juice. PRICES 2s. 3d. ea> n Pints, is. 4d., 15s. per di >/. I Pints, 9d. T 8s. 6d. pei do/. I Pinl 5d. 4s. 6d. pec doz. T BLACK S 222 Bay St. AND The Nassau Candy Kitchen, Opp. Hotel Colonial. DeGregory's Tire Works STEAM VULCANISING All niiUr-. ,v ;,,l sizes of Auto Tires and Tubes Repairei All Work Guaranteed 30 WEST BAY STRFET



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NulllVIM ,\.M|. Itis lur.il. I r\ vi-rlia nirtW sin Bolnn bound to iwenr 10 the Dogmoi of no Master. VOL. XIII. N&AMU. N. P.. H&h&tnna. HEDNKSDAY, Febrvury 2. 19lf>. No 61. I. OTLBf I.T hi ri ( ii Editor tnd i •,., / i OPPICK Corner Shirley A. Charlotte Ste lu, N. P., Bahama* PHONK 260, P. o. BOX 168. PUBLISHED DAIL i' RATES • Monday, Wedm %  %  -' %  : %  >• I'hu il.i) 1 ) i-. 1*1 .V I 1 i i i IS I*A1 Al;l.i IN UH'ANi Iln %  i i v I' I 3RD BAHAMAS CONTINGENT The ll^v nf \ssembly last in ii p '4KI the follow ing resolution: R d ilnit tliis I louse will in. tfemnify the Kecen i i General .V Tre isun r in paying out of the Public Treasury by warrant in the usual manner to the < Jovi i n men! in Council a sum not exceeding Twothousand pounds for the purpose of paying ;ill necessary expenses incurred in r using and despatching a Third Contingent oi Sixty Five men and in making provision for the .-.ii v reinforcements to main tain the number of men contributed by the Colony to the present war at Two hundred. The P. and () Cos. Steamer "Mi.inn" arrived this morning from \fi rin with general m i chandize m tils and 66 pas.i gers. We learn that the steamer • %  \il iiuai I lewey" is agroun I at Miami. Freight shipped per S. 5. Guantanmao bound for New Yorl. Jany.^Qth I 316 hales of sponge, 18 bales 1 !n esponges, 633 bales of sisal, 40 bales sisal waste, 7 barrels •hells, 120 pkgs. old metal, 9 tons lignumvitse, 76 empty bar rels, g bales bark, 4 bis." bark sittings, 8495 crates of tomatoes, I crati s peppers, 230 b Citrus fruits, 2 bis. do. :< 1; — 1 he Rath Houses at Labou %  here Bi ach have already beei Ipainted. The structures no \ are yellow while the roof remains green. 1 here are two build ngs %acli with six well i-enlilati d and %  %  ""I light rooms Hand cleaned Sisal is now Fetching twenty two shillings in 1 local market while machine 'ham il is selling a1 (/•.and over p< r pound in foreign markets. Horses and mules continue to slip and fall on our streets, and yet we find no effoit being made to remedy the cause. If the slippery p n(ions were well scraped daily it would help considerably. — :<>: The Ward Line freight Steam er %  'Ciiiantanimo" which sailed from this port on Saturday morning being over 12 hours late, was unable to carry all the freight which was ready for her, S left Bales Sisal and Bbls. metal which is going forward by Sti amer this w eek. Dear Mr. Editor. Detail nf subscriptions to RsoCftoss FUND as published in our issue of 22nd lilt. CROOKED ISLAND Major's Cay Baptist Churcl True Mine Sunday S< hi 1 1 Sundry persons M. E, D daveaux 1each %  Di laveaux, Isaiah; A Frien I; Mc Kenzie Bruce; Coakley Stephen: Nottage Williams d. each. Farquhars >n Rosanna ; I 1 rgusi n, Elizajah; Howe Theo; Moss Samuel 3d each. Bain Anita; MossZedekiah, Romalda, Matthias, Beatrice, Theo; Nottage Daisy, HannaFred; Fergurson Bertram a' d. each Moss Miriam, I no 'i, \]-.\ ilda, 2d. each. -Moss James S Mahalia; Cooper Victoria; Beneby R nald ijd. Moss Matthew; id. each: Fergurson Celeste; Moss Helen,Geneta 15 3 5. o 6 2 3 -1 -. 8 4'Total £18 13 lla-evou ever beard of the S. S. "Miami" sticking on the mud on Miami bar when going in. ? If she don't stick going in Sir, how is it that she s 1 frequently sticks coming out. ? Isn'l this strange sir ? YoUIS truly. SUSPICIOUS. Nassau, N. P. Feby. 2nd IQ!>. — :o— POLICE COURT NEWS January 17. Ella Roberts -Assaulting and beating Willis Pierreone 11 th. 18. Rosanna Holmes—Larceny of a quantity of pigeon peas growing on land of Alexander rhompson situate at Fox HillDismissed Israel Bethel Using language in Bight and hearing of persons in Baillou Hill Road towards Harriet Bethel tending to a breach of the peace—Dismissed, 19. George Meadows— Assaulting Alicia Meadows (his. wife) by presenting at her a loaded gun -Required to enter into his own recognisance in £10 with two sureties in ^*io each for 3 months and to pas a fine of £ 1 In default of compliance to be impiisoned for one month. Granville Symonette Using indecent language in Meeting St.— F ined 12s. 6d. In default 10 days imprisonment. 20. Moses Scott Assaulting and beating Gerald Dean —Fined 5s. and ordere I to pay 3s I d, costs In default 7 days imprisonmi nt. 21. Georgiaua De 1 a n c j — Found drunk in Hay St. East— 5s. or .j days. II, Using prbfane and indecent Ian 1 >n same occasion fined 1 as. In default 10 days to take effect at aspiration of the first sentence. 32. Samuel Green—Assaulting and beating Albert West Dismissed. Alfo-d Bode— Assaulting and ting Stephen Nathaniel C bam -Dismissed, Radiograms 2nd February 1916. London, 1 st (11 tvernor, Bahamas. Official New -: Zeppelins at 1 empted extensive raid last night but were hampered by mists. Bombs were dnipped on several towns in rural distl i< ts of I> 1 b) s hiie. Leicesl rime; Lincolnshire, Staffordshire, Fifty four prisons were killed and sixty iiijiio d. The Appam, the missing \Y African liner, is safe. She • %  taken into Norfolk' Virginia In enemy submarine prize crew. I Signed) BONAR LAW. Washington: --The submarine K. 5. was reported at four o'clock this morning \'\\c miles


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NulllVIM ,\.M|. Itis lur.il. I r\ vi-rlia nirtW sin
Bolnn bound to iwenr 10 the Dogmoi of no Master.
VOL. XIII.
N&AMU. N. P.. H&h&tnna. HEDNKSDAY, Febrvury 2. 19lf>.
No 61.
I. OTLBf i.t hi ri ( ii
Editor tnd i ,., / i
OPPICK
Corner Shirley A. Charlotte Ste
lu, N. P., Bahama*
PHONK 260, P. o. BOX 168.
PUBLISHED DAIL i'
RATES
Monday, Wedm
-' : > I'hu il.i) 1 ) i-. 1*1 .V I
1 i i i
IS
I*A1 Al;l.i IN UH'ANi
Iln
i i .
' v' I' I .
3RD BAHAMAS CONTINGENT
The ll^v nf \ssembly last
in !ii p '4KI the follow ing reso-
lution:
R d ilnit tliis I louse will in.
tfemnify the Kecen i i General .V
Tre isun r in paying out of the
Public Treasury by warrant in
the usual manner to the < Jovi i n
men! in Council a sum not ex-
ceeding Two- thousand pounds
for the purpose of paying ;ill
necessary expenses incurred in
r using and despatching a Third
Contingent oi Sixty Five men
and in making provision for the
.-.ii v reinforcements to main
tain the number of men contri-
buted by the Colony to the pre-
sent war at Two hundred.
The P. and () Cos. Steamer
"Mi.inn" arrived this morning
from \fi rin with general m i
chandize m tils and 66 pas.- i
gers.
We learn that the steamer
\il iiuai I lewey" is agroun I at
Miami.
Freight shipped per S. 5.
Guantanmao bound for New
Yorl. Jany.^Qth I
316 hales of sponge, 18 bales
1 !n esponges, 633 bales of sisal,
40 bales sisal waste, 7 barrels
hells, 120 pkgs. old metal, 9
tons lignumvitse, 76 empty bar
rels, g bales bark, 4 bis." bark
sittings, 8495 crates of tomatoes,
I crati s peppers, 230 b
Citrus fruits, 2 bis. do.
:< 1;
1 he Rath Houses at Labou
here Bi ach have already beei
I- painted. The structures no \
are yellow while the roof re-
mains green.
1 here are two build ngs %acli
with six well i-enlilati d and
' ""I light rooms
Hand cleaned Sisal is now
Fetching twenty two shillings in
1 local market while machine
'ham il is selling a1 (/.and over
p< r pound in foreign markets.
Horses and mules continue
to slip and fall on our streets, and
yet we find no effoit being made
to remedy the cause.
If the slippery p n(ions were
well scraped daily it would
help considerably.
:<>:
The Ward Line freight Steam
er 'Ciiiantanimo" which sailed
from this port on Saturday morn-
ing being over 12 hours late,
was unable to carry all the
freight which was ready for her,
S left Bales Sisal and Bbls.
metal which is going forward by
Sti amer this w eek.
Dear Mr. Editor.
Detail nf subscriptions to
RsoCftoss Fund as published
in our issue of 22nd lilt.
CROOKED ISLAND
Major's Cay Baptist
Churcl
True Mine Sunday
S< hi 1 1
Sundry persons
M. E, D daveaux
1- each Di laveaux,
Isaiah; A Frien I; Mc
Kenzie Bruce; Coakley
Stephen: Nottage Wil-
liams
' d. each. Farquhars >n
Rosanna ; I 1 rgusi n,
Elizajah; Howe Theo;
Moss Samuel
3d each. Bain Anita;
MossZedekiah, Romal-
da, Matthias, Beatrice,
Theo; Nottage Daisy,
HannaFred; Fergurson
Bertram
a' d. each Moss Miri-
am, I no 'i, \]-.\ ilda,
2d. each. -Moss James
S Mahalia; Cooper
Victoria; Beneby R
nald
ijd. Moss Matthew; id.
each: Fergurson Ce-
leste; Moss Helen,Gen-
eta
15 3
5.
o
6
2 3
-1
-.
8
4'-
Total 18 13
lla-evou ever beard of the
S. S. "Miami" sticking on the
mud on Miami bar when going
in. ?
If she don't stick going in Sir,
how is it that she s 1 frequently
sticks coming out. ?
Isn'l this strange sir ?
YoUIS truly.
SUSPICIOUS.
Nassau, N. P.
Feby. 2nd iq!>.
:o
POLICE COURT NEWS
January
17. Ella Roberts -Assaulting
and beating Willis Pierre- one
11.....th.
18. Rosanna HolmesLarce-
ny of a quantity of pigeon peas
growing on land of Alexander
rhompson situate at Fox Hill-
Dismissed
Israel Bethel Using language
in Bight and hearing of persons
in Baillou Hill Road towards
Harriet Bethel tending to a
breach of the peaceDismissed,
19. George Meadows As-
saulting Alicia Meadows (his.
wife) by presenting at her a
loaded gun -Required to enter
into his own recognisance in
10 with two sureties in ^*io
each for 3 months and to pas a
fine of 1 In default of compli-
ance to be impiisoned for one
month.
Granville Symonette Using
indecent language in Meeting
St.Fined 12s. 6d. In default
10 days imprisonment.
20. Moses Scott Assaulting
and beating Gerald Dean Fin-
ed 5s. and ordere I to pay 3s I d,
costs In default 7 days imprison-
mi nt.
21. Georgiaua De 1 a n c j
Found drunk in Hay St. East
5s. or .j days. II, Using prbfane
and indecent Ian 1 >n same
occasion fined 1 as. In default
10 days to take effect at aspira-
tion of the first sentence.
32. Samuel GreenAssault-
ing and beating Albert West
Dismissed.
Alfo-d Bode Assaulting and
ting Stephen Nathaniel C
bam -Dismissed,
Radiograms
2nd February 1916.
London, 1 st
(11 tvernor, Bahamas.
Official New -: Zeppelins at 1
empted extensive raid last night
but were hampered by mists.
Bombs were dnipped on several
towns in rural distl i< ts of I> 1
b)shiie. Leicesl rime; Lin-
colnshire, Staffordshire, Fifty
four prisons were killed and
sixty iiijiio d.
The Appam, the missing \Y
African liner, is safe. She
taken into Norfolk' Virginia In
enemy submarine prize crew.
I Signed)
BONAR LAW.
Washington: --The submarine
K. 5. was reported at four
o'clock this morning \'\\c miles


N >il!>east of Fowey Uoclt off
Miami Florida proceeding to
Key We
Fop Sale
6 Horse Power.
L?"*?; -Zeppelins in a raid Cailfe Perfection,
last night dropped 220 bom!)s|
I istern and Northeastern
Mi'llnml countries
filling 51
and injuring 67. Man-Ih sU-i
the greatest sufferer.
Chicago;President Wilson
in a 1 last night dei lared
n i\ \ immediately ready For war
although of inadequate size.
Mongolian insur
ts have 1 >ssed the greil
wall Their advance gu ird
of 2.000 an ;ing the city
of Latuwf 1. acoordin ; t 1 Muk-
den desp iti 1
Petrograd: Right thousand
1 beseiged in Ei zerotim hi
R us. I 1 II \] irsh il Von
d G iltz is in u in ird if the
Tin '.--
Washington: Hie 5 nnte by
a vote of 48 11 11 r ifui I to
in ite the provision in
Philippine bill p rm I tin"
Uniti I Si ites t 1 retain C'>a1inj
stations and naval bases after
iting independem 1
Paris:--Culonel House, Pre
it Wils ms personal repre
sentative, has returned from
Berlin.
New York: -The British Con
sul Genera] notified British
ing to watch out for ( U 1
'ii hi submarines in Ami 1
waters It is feared an under
water boat might have accom-
panied the captured steai. 1
Appam across the Atlantic.
Condition Guaranteed.
Apply 364 Bay St.
JAS. A. EVANS
UNDF.RTAKf.R.
527 East Bay St.
D I I iS to inform his friends
'-' and the public that he has
just received tins week by the
S. S. Borglum a complete stock
of the latest and .....si up to
date in coffins compi ising cask
etsaud white coffins for children
an be SUpplil d at ;m\ size.
Coffin fittings can also be sup
plii d
Tin 1' hop will he 1 pen
on Bund 11 s.
Orderscni ilso e left at The
11 dun r fiffice.
I"cr iiial le
Satisfaction rj-iti%Ticc lj
Red Cross Fete
Bahamian Red Cress Guild
AFE'I E under the Pa
tronage of His Excel-
len y the Governor will be
held in Government House
Grounds on T h u r s d a y
tin' 17th February in aid of
funds for the liritish Red
Cross.
Cons i ani e Allardtcb,
President.
Attention
A beautiful and
* choice lot of
high class feathers
in all shapes and
colors just arrived.
E. C. Griffin
Cor. Bay St. and Victoria Avc.
Rope
Rop
e
Rope
Manilla Rope
Hemp Rope
Sisal Rope
Baling Rope
Jute Rope.
A I I ILL line of over 300
* Coils kept in stock and
delivered from in Nassau at New York prices
plus Freight and Duty.
Buy here and save New
York Commission, Interest
and the trouble of ordering.
Chas. E. Alburt,
Agent.
V
H. T. BRICE
Commission Merchant
Office : w$i side Bin sponge *-x>:M^k
Nassau, N. P., Bahamas.
AGENT
HORSES ^Mjjdfc SHEEP
CATTLE {| W POULTRY
SPONGE, SISAL and other ISLAM) Product t
DRINK--
Welch's Grape Juice.
PRICES
. 2s. 3d. ea> n
Pints, is. 4d., "
15s. per di >/.
I Pints, 9d. T "
8s. 6d. pei do/.
I Pinl 5d.
4s. 6d. pec doz.
T BLACK S 222 Bay St.
and The Nassau Candy Kitchen,
Opp. Hotel Colonial.
DeGregory's Tire Works
Steam Vulcanising
All niiUr-. ,v ;,,l sizes of
Auto Tires and Tubes Repairei
All Work Guaranteed
30 WEST BAY STRFET


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