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iiflmi: \rchihald Hind iiiat ihc (Wmans ll\\ SIlhlHiil mi s vv'iicli IV 1 > cl Ihe \mi i icaij \l"i i Third Bahamas t for the War. I r. ( mini tpn u ired lo iii : I hirdBa ( nt. —_—_ liereb\ given tl I nt's i 'hi' e nl v ( ~~ x \a will be j>• n L ; mpted HI. where infoi I CLASS D Contin .. .. : C LASS G %  %  til enlist I CLA S I RHC CRAWFORD nl i I I' R EC ATT A Washington's Birthday -^> ff Tuesday, Feby. 22. SCULLING RACE 30 I Win ': 30 "l I S 1 I 1 • 14 I I 12 1 I II ll~ llll 1 M I t %  '. %  %  • • Hnl e I i by a Lathrop M I i • :i n it i o o First :t i> "> 1 n n 2 it o 1 n 0 First 8 0 0 1 n n 2 II ii l II o I in n 10 II I HI 0 nl 10 'i I ii n H in n 3 II i In (I rderh Room, I i !n uary i Extra! Extia!! %  dl Conci.: ENTRY BLANK CHAS. rAH X i saw, Baham i i i enter my : r. ( • ISi h ne I 1 %  I ij night 2 isl I b Ir R i i' and Wal e r Wei efil Children Entrance fee One Shilling, excepting for Scul fo wlii< li no f< will bt ed. Entries must be in not later than 6:00 P.M., February aoth, 1916. Com mil 1 greatest %  id I lum 1 dial ever 1 t in 1 e 15. mama %  1 if. Walter W-ir, .I i 1 nd Mui 1 1 In n't fail to In ,11 him M Good money •. ill furnish mi ibei s for .ill 1 ontestanls. An ingemenl Committei : II \S. I W.Ttt'RY A C. CRAWFORD O F PRITCHAKDi %  H f •, %  .^ % | •" %  -----'.*-** ax zzzs:, sc :.-^i Lost h I EN Que< n St. and • Kill St, a pink silk 1 urn tn Mr. .1. II. ( i .ii ire 1 n I >elancj St. 1 inder will IKreward" d. FOP Sale can be made 20,000 DOZEN Pineapple dips a %  per i 11 /''ii. Cleaning Sisal en Shares Delivery August ist, I ,16. I'.ulie*, desii n ig to pun hase any of this lot should make application at on Old Forl Plantation, Provident e Come direi i t" Old Ft 111. Sht Itei providi d. Apply to WALTER K Ml >ORE. .. _• £5 Rewar I S offered and will l>' |-.%  if any person oi pers"ii fi mini si a ling pine apph s ir 'in in', cull i' ations in tlif W'uliT-> Road, WALTER K. MOORE. i



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V *1 Nullius nilln ins luriire in veiba mnrsin lii-ini' bound iniweur to the l)o|mi of no Master. VOL. XIII. N'iu, N. P.. Bhmi, WEDNESDAY, February If.. 191*. No. 7 L. i.n. 1.1 UT DUI'UCH. 1 mil I'rrpurl >r OPFION Corner S'mln & Charlotte Si .VMMM, ,V, /'., Bdhatnai I'IIONK 280. P. 0. BOX 188, PUBLISHED DAll.Y RATES Monday, Vit Ini irtoi ami Friduy ••-' %  copy 1 'In. .in I I !i % % %  -•!. %  \ single Co ituriliiv single C"|iv Iclj M.Hllblj! I 1 [uai te Iv -i Vaail, IS Id id i|d yi | s. bd !*• '.,1 I'AYAIILK l\ kDVANCK i .."ill i in-"inm: I % %  | %  • ice pe line in icond insertion ; ,i,.,i 111r-,.<•:11• \ pei in uibtquent insertions, Ailvritieiiicnts miilei eight lines 4 1 -. The Mail Steamer Mi imi" irrivt-d li 'in Maypm t, Kin lasi i :i nails, geneiaI met i in lies and pass 'tigers, : inriiiiig fi ii that i I i I I'.irrott, C. VVi i \| \fcGahey, Hilda Scholtze, D. Kurd, .1 < ini ig HI. CJ, < i HI i Ran, I I.I ilavilli \\ Scot! A Hig. II nd Vlurnh) ; Vlesdames i; I-. Parrott, w! M Humphreys, F. T Atchesnn, E 1' id. K. \ ii s ; \l isters Hud Mistn sses I' is G\\ no, .1. 1' Ke Ii .11. per S. S. Miami on Saturday morning. Mr. and Mi-. Joseph Bethel who returned home from Miami \ ia M.i\ poi i pei S, 5. "Miami" on Fridaj nights saj s that he had to pay Railroad Fare from Jacksonville to Mayport. UnFoi tunatel) he took no n ceipts but is of the opinion that the rate was f I i ach, bul il it quite sure that it was considerably more than i. What about the contract ? ' i our rounds today we re : pl(-;i-ciI td fin.| Crates < Jrape i Fruit, on wharf ol Messrs, J. P. : S ni.k Co. where Mr. I >onovan's I packing room is located, r. ady for shipment. — :o: — The Lantern immediate!} over the d >or of Central Police Station is nut ol repair, and notw ithsland inp, it not being used now, in consequence of ihe installal i >u >l l le b le :ti ic 1 jht, it should e repaired oi taken I 'v.i, us il |>res nts an nppi ar ince of can lessui ss, \.i" II \. P. 8tli lehy. i ,15. I'.di 'in I'l p in.. Sir, In last I Inns. 1.1\ 'i I n.it i ced 'i liim fn 11 c ..I 1 ii nu mbets of the 11. H Gay, < ieo Scholtze, Collins W mbly, namely Mr. Kenneth So .1 Vs. Ford, John I. Scott, Chas. I ierrnan, Jas. M. Fuller, W. II Maitni, la-> II Higgins, K. A. Copi Ian '.and \. C. Paul ; Mes -is J F ,1 Graff, B. M. Jackson, J. II. Inman, A \V. Pearce. K'.iht. II lilft. L L.Senett, < !eo Scholtze Jr Win, VV Glaville, Brittnn Martin, R C. Cl.aml rs, .1. I. M •M.uiih, A |. B Ton,,and T. F. Murphy ; Master John Martin. (54] We are glad to state that after conside iblc wire pulling the \ iir .1! F. E, C. Co. did si m through Hills Lading to Jack sonville for shipments of tomato a certoin time (seven venis murh mon, concerning retrenchment etc. etc., I quite agree with him on the side of retrenchment, as j t is a mutter thai ought t" have hem c nsidered ere now ; too much idle money is spent in large salaries and personal allowance!) lo some of the officials for doing lit'le 01 no work a 1 all, I must disagree with him in Ins prayer (or longer life i'i he present 11 mse M hen iis lemne ..f sei vi.c 1 Kpires; I am .1 fi ,1 nl Mr. Soli 'limi is afraid ol competition and feels ,is though lie will not be returned, or if so at a %  pocket -11.: in, I he honour 'ble gentleman ought to r< member thai his constituents asked him to rep enl them fin too long, should onl) be four) and when thai lime expires, if necessa, 1 j. en mges are made, and in mj opinion s radical change should be made, as I am sure thei w is never w.ns.' 111. iti1 i, 11 for woi king than now (with few exceptions) I won. dei d Mr. Solot c an poini out one bit ol legislation he lias dom f %  %  r the welfare of his people since his eleel uui. I low many of the other twentj eight membi rs can saj what they hive done foi thenpe pie I' my memory gei \ es me righl the E ist.-in district, in the Island uf \. v. I'I.I\ idence can bui hei n disti ict, and H kequ ntei of ihe I Luis., dur. ing its session, who watches very eh 1-.' j its del 1 1'.'iai u rns I cannot remen (vr one bit "f good done l< 11 Radiogram Lo don:~l '. the I b I' plain 1 1 and .1. I i\ 111 ston. I. wan Baroi is,lea.I Paris:— The I reci m of ad K in impagoi district 1 • 1 Berlin: Ihe Ci is < eel Briti. l on a s > .. ; "1 Washing!* n: I ei a vote ol 111 us. I know we have Buffered np. ,, pression, and still continue to do |ity of ownership of pi s„. How many of our people get utilitiss as against governn 1 .\ n ni today Ii.nu a govein%  •%  it sonrci ? Why has all governni.-ni p. HI 1.11 is i ... 11 suspended, whereby hundreds got em pi j menl 1 in 1 represi nt itivesare me 11 hers of puh ic boards ih it h ive lo do with such woik, have they lemem Ii red us.' Ni> ! I low then can such •. su :gestiou he n'ei taim d ? If Mi. Solomon had suggested tli it ihe Bah 1 mas be%i ide .1 ciow n Cnli 11 \ at the expir il ion of the lei in, he would h 1 ve the good wishes of many, I think if the Hon. gsntleman want such a ft vour, lie should first consult his constituents andurt theii approval Remember frii nd Si .'.mi >n, the people put you and vour colleagui S there to look after their well-being questions He stated and not to consider expensed relaBritish forces a I Knt el A regulation and control. pn ihibition ami ndment constitutii in will be cons tliis si ssion. The house judi committee decides lhal wi 11 suffn can consich red mil il nexl I 'eci I ndon P enl openi d The I ing, w as hut Ins speech sa\s il Allies will .'.1 is defi '' Premier Asquith Allies ha\ c held tin ir ov ihe VVi ''in fronl I le a eil a -• %  litn IIC of thi X be held in Paris • %  live to Elections, Peware sir, lest the li.ar overtake von. Thanking yon for space allowed Yours liulv nil' B'EI 1. •No, he would have suggested Poll I u.i I suicide. / Ed, I\ For Sale FISHING SMACK Schooner "Peailine". u2 tons Apply to WALTER K. MOORE. are holding thi ii ow n. I' is RoberI mi slate Ih il 111! 1 1 1 in Cli im| %  : %  and are not ala 1 ming Petrograd: violenl artilleri Riga front for p l 1 ek. %  liussians took tn abandoned bj the Gern There lias been mutiny ii I il 1 man army and 01,!. command have b ; kil Forty officers and 1 an} have bee.t conn m irtialled.


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*1
Nullius nilln ins luriire in veiba mnrsin
lii-ini' bound iniweur to the l)o|mi of no Master.
VOL. XIII.
N'iu, N. P.. Bhmi, WEDNESDAY, February If.. 191*.
No. 7
L. i.n.1.1 UT DUI'UCH.
1 mil I'rrpurl >r
OPFION
Corner S'mln & Charlotte Si
.Vmmm, ,V, /'., Bdhatnai
I'IIonk 280. P. 0. BOX 188,
PUBLISHED DAll.Y
RATES
Monday, Vit Ini irtoi ami Friduy
-'' copy .........
1 'In. .in I I !i -!. \ single Co
- ituriliiv single C"|iv
Iclj
M.Hllblj! I
1 [uai te Iv -i
Vaail, IS
Id
id
i|d
yi
| s. bd
!* '.,1

I'AYAIILK l\ kDVANCK
i .."ill
i in-"inm: i | ice pe line
in icond insertion ; ,i,.,i.111r-,.<:11 \ pei
in uibtquent insertions,
Ailvritieiiicnts miilei eight lines 41-.
The Mail Steamer Mi imi"
irrivt-d li 'in Maypm t, Kin lasi
i :i nails, geneiaI met
i in lies and pass 'tigers,
: inriiiiig fi ii that
i .
I i I I'.irrott, C. VVi i
\| \fcGahey, Hilda Scholtze,
D. Kurd, .1 < ini ig hi. CJ, < i hi i
Ran, I I.I ilavilli \\ Scot! A Hig-
. iind Vlurnh) ; Vlesdames
i; I-. Parrott, w! M Humphreys,
F. T Atchesnn, E 1' id. K.
\ ii s ; \l isters Hud Mistn sses
I' is G\\ no, .1. 1' Ke Ii .11.
per S. S. Miami on Saturday
morning.
Mr. and Mi-. Joseph Bethel
who returned home from Miami
\ ia M.i\ poi i pei S, 5. "Miami"
on Fridaj nights saj s that he
had to pay Railroad Fare from
Jacksonville to Mayport. Un-
Foi tunatel) he took no n ceipts
but is of the opinion that the
rate was f I i ach, bul il it quite
sure that it was considerably
more than i.
What about the contract ?
' i our rounds today we re
: pl(-;i-ciI td fin.| Crates < Jrape
i Fruit, on wharf ol Messrs, J. P.
: S ni.k Co. where Mr. I >onovan's
I packing room is located, r. ady
for shipment.
:o:
The Lantern immediate!}
over the d >or of Central Police
Station is nut ol repair, and
notw ithsland inp, it not being
used now, in consequence of
ihe installal i >u >l l le b le :ti ic
1 jht, it should e repaired oi
taken I 'v.i, us il |>res nts an
nppi ar ince of can lessui ss,
\.i" ii \. P.
8tli lehy. i ,15.
I'.di 'in I'l p in.. .
Sir, In last I Inns.1.1\ 'i
I n.iticed 'i liim fn 11.....c ..I 1 ii
nu mbets of the 11.
H
- Gay, < ieo Scholtze, Collins Wmbly, namely Mr. Kenneth So
.1 Vs.
Ford, John I. Scott, Chas. I
ierrnan, Jas. M. Fuller, W. II
Maitni, la-> II Higgins, K. A.
Copi Ian '.and \. C. Paul ; Mes
-is J F ,1 Graff, B. M. Jackson,
J. II. Inman, A \V. Pearce.
K'.iht. II lilft. L L.Senett, < !eo
Scholtze Jr Win, VV Glaville,
Brittnn Martin, R C. Cl.aml rs,
.1. I. M M.uiih, A |. B Ton,,and
T. F. Murphy ; Master John
Martin. (54]
We are glad to state that after
conside iblc wire pulling the
\ iir .1! F. E, C. Co. did si m
through Hills Lading to Jack
sonville for shipments of tomato a certoin time (seven venis murh
mon, concerning retrenchment etc.
etc., I quite agree with him on the
side of retrenchment, as jt is a
mutter thai ought t" have hem
c nsidered ere now ; too much idle
money is spent in large salaries
and personal allowance!) lo some
of the officials for doing lit'le 01
no work a 1 all, I must disagree
with him in Ins prayer (or longer
life i'ihe present 11 mse m hen iis
lemne ..f sei vi.c 1 Kpires; I am
.1 fi ,1 nl Mr. Soli 'limi is afraid ol
competition and feels ,is though lie
will not be returned, or if so at a
pocket -11.: in,
I he honour 'ble gentleman ought
to r< member thai his constituents
asked him to rep enl them fin
too long, should onl) be four) and
when thai lime expires, if necessa,
1 j. en mges are made, and in mj
opinion s radical change should be
made, as I am sure thei w is nev-
er w.ns.' 111.iti-1 i, 11 for woi king than
now (with few exceptions) I won.
dei d Mr. Solot......can poini out
one bit ol legislation he lias dom
f r the welfare of his people since
his eleel uui.
I low many of the other twentj
eight membi rs can saj what they
hive done foi then- pe pie
I' my memory gei \ es me righl
the E ist.-in district, in the Island
uf \. v. I'i.i\ idence can b such .i meml pi or mem; eis. As a
residi-ni .if 1 he S >ui hei n disti ict,
and h kequ ntei of ihe I Luis., dur.
ing its session, who watches very
eh 1-.' j its del 11'.'iaiurns I cannot
remen (vr one bit "f good done l< 11
Radiogram
Lo don:~l '.
the I
b I'
plain 1 1
and .1.
I i\ 111 ston. I.
wan Baroi
is,lea.I
Paris: The I reci
m of ad k in
' impagoi district 1
1
Berlin: Ihe Ci is <
eel Briti. l on a
!s->'.. ; "1
Washing!* n: I ei
a vote ol 111
us. I know we have Buffered np. ,, .
pression, and still continue to do |ity of ownership of pi
s. How many of our people get utilitiss as against governn
1 .\ n ni today Ii.nu a govein-
-it sonrci ? Why has all govern-
ni.-ni p.hi 1.11 is i ... 11 suspended,
whereby hundreds got em pi j menl
1 in 1 represi nt itivesare me 11 hers of
puh ic boards ih it h ive lo do
with such woik, have they lemem
Ii red us.' Ni> ! I low then can
such . su :gestiou he n'ei taim d ?
* If Mi. Solomon had suggested
tli it ihe Bah 1 mas be%i ide .1 ciow n
Cnli 11 \ at the expir il ion of the
lei in, he would h 1 ve the good
wishes of many, I think if the
Hon. gsntleman want such a ft
vour, lie should first consult his
constituents andurt theii approval
Remember frii nd Si .'.mi >n, the
people put you and vour colleagui S
there to look after their well-being questions He stated '
and not to consider expensed rela- British forces a I Knt el A
regulation and control.
pn ihibition ami ndment
constitutii in will be cons
tliis si ssion. The house judi
committee decides lhal wi 11
suffn can
consich red mil il nexl I 'eci
I ndon P enl
openi d The I ing, w as
hut Ins speech sa\s il
Allies will .'.1
is defi ''
Premier Asquith
Allies ha\ c held tin ir ov
ihe VVi ''in fronl I le a
. eil a -lit- n iic of thi X
be held in Paris
live to Elections, Peware sir, lest
the li.ar overtake von.
Thanking yon for space allowed
Yours liulv
nil' b'ei 1.
No, he would have suggested
Poll I u.i I suicide. / Ed,
I\
For Sale
FISHING SMACK
Schooner "Peailine". u2 tons
Apply to
WALTER K. MOORE.
are holding thi ii ow n.
I' is RoberI mi
slate Ih il 111! 1 1 1
in Cli im| :
and are not ala 1 ming
Petrograd:
violenl artilleri
Riga front for p l 1 ek. '
liussians took tn
abandoned bj the Gern
There lias been mutiny ii
I il 1 man army and 01,!. -
command have b ; kil
Forty officers and 1 an}
' have bee.t conn m irtialled.



iiflmi: \rchihald Hind
iiiat ihc (Wmans
ll\\ SIlhlHiil mi s vv'iicli IV
1 > cl Ihe \mi i icaij \l"i i
Third Bahamas
t for the
War.
I r. ( mini t-
pn u ired lo
iii : I hirdBa
( nt. __
liereb\ given tl I
nt's i 'hi' e nl v '(~~ x
\a will be j> n L;
' mpted
hi. where
infoi I CLASS D
Contin .. ..
': .'class g
til
enlist
I CLA S I
RHC CRAWFORD
nl i I I'
R EC ATT A
Washington's Birthday -^> ff
Tuesday, Feby. 22.

SCULLING RACE
30
I Win
': 30
"l
I S
1 I
1 14 I I
12 1 !
I II ll~ llll 1
M I t ''. Hnl
e I
i by a Lathrop M I
i :i n it
i o o
First :t i> ">
1 n n
2 it o
1 n 0
First 8 0 0
1 n n
2 ii ii
l ii o
I in n
10 ii
I HI 0
nl 10 'i
I ii n
H in n
3 ii i
In (I
rderh Room,
I i !n uary i
Extra! Extia!!
dl Conci.:
ENTRY BLANK
CHAS. r- AH X i saw, Baham i
i i enter my : r. ..............................................
( ISi............................h
ne I........................
1 I
ij night 2 isl I b
Ir R i i' and
Wal er Wei efil
Children Entrance fee One Shilling, excepting for Scul fo wlii< li no f< will bt
ed. Entries must be in not later than 6:00 P.M., February aoth, 1916. Com mil
1 greatest
id I lum 1 dial ever
1 t in 1 e 15.mama

1 if. Walter W-ir,
.I i'1 nd Mui 11 In
n't fail to In ,11 him M
Good money
. ill furnish mi ibei s for .ill 1 ontestanls.
An ingemenl Committei : II \S. I W.Ttt'RY
A C. CRAWFORD
O F PRITCHAKDi
H f , .^ % | "- ----- -'.*-**
ax
zzzs:,
sc
:.-^i
Lost
h I EN Que< n St. and
Kill St, a pink silk
1 urn tn Mr. .1. II. (i.ii
ire 1 n I >elancj St.
1 inder will Ik- reward" d.
Fop Sale
can be made 20,000
DOZEN Pine-
apple dips a
per i 11 /''ii.
Cleaning Sisal en Shares Delivery August ist, I ,16.
I'.ulie*, desiinig to pun hase
any of this lot should make
application at on
Old Forl Plantation,
Provident e
Come direi i t" Old Ft 111.
Sht Itei providi d.
Apply to
WALTER K Ml >ORE.
. .. ---------- _
5 Rewar
IS offered and will l>' |-.- i any pers n or per sen-, who
will give sui h inft ii ma i ion as
will Ii ;i and convictions <>f any person
oi pers"ii fi mini sialing pine
apph s ir 'in in', cull i' ations
in tlif W'uliT-> Road,
WALTER K. MOORE.
i


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