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i .. GILBERT DUPDOH, Editor and Proprietor. OPFICK: ner Shirley & ChnrlnMe Sta .\<1J! Mil %  • | ICIit I !' % %  erti*emeiits umli i -. Hhe Cuuntnc I in--, l.iv April IH. 1916 MAILS dail oi orri spondem e to Florida and States to l>e .'ard to Miami per will be m. de up "ii I hursday next, tli instant, at h a.m. k BAHAMAS CONTINGENT :i in the .at the Po%  i A. .1. i e a plain "in tin ni. i of the ided them foi bravery in responding >i the nation : nd %  i' tnselves in defen e ii country. ded them that now Soldi) rsof the h carried a great ibility with it; and they must avoid any which would impaii usefulness and value as ers, he pointed out to that they were brothers must learn to give and lie showed how necess' IS foi tl i in tn a. %  habits of orderliness inliness, pi rsonal nliness, cleanliness of i:h and clean living, how isary it was to avoid infence in drink, profanity, ihemy and obscenity; bowed them how necessaiv was discipline for themselves and the work in which they were engaged, he told them how careful they should be to avoid disgracing their uniform, which was the badge of their service. Mr. Browne told them not to suppose that they were unnoticed, for there were pe< iple all about who were noticing their conduct ; and that he hoped that thev would so conduct themselves that people would be proud of them as well as respect I hem for their braverx, and that he hoped to see more of them before they left theii country to meet the dnngi rs which they would have lo — :o: The Mad Steamer "Montean ivd in New York on Suudaj morning. — :o. I lie Mai! Steaniei "Mono Castle" arrived in New York mi Monday afternoon. HON. HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY I uesdaj evening April i ith IQI6. The House met according adjournment. PRESENT. The honourable The Speaker, The Dtput) Speaker, Messrs Gamblin, G. H. Johnson, |. U. C. Young, Wen h. Turtle, T. Augustus Toote Mourn, Anderson, Sawyer, I.. W. Young, Thaddeus A. Toote, \dderley, Swi eting, Hi ice, I'.owen. A. L. Solomon, I'm j der, Armbrister, and Moseley. I he Honourable (i. II. Gamblin verbally informed informed ilie House that Dr. Walter Hess had arrived and RMSamed the duties of Colo nial Surgeon and in < ounce tion with his duties those of Resident Surgeon at the Hos pital. Mr. Weech handed in the Iv> p nt of the Trustees of the Nassau Library and Reading Room and Museum, which on motion of Mr. Weech second ed by Mr Turtle was ordered to be printed. The Chief Clerk reported having delivered to the Hon. the Legislative Council' Three Bills and one Resolu tion. A Message from the I.egis lative Council was presented by the Clerk thereof inform ing the House that they have agieed to Vole of In deminity passed the House on the 4th inst. Mr. C. C. Sweet ing presi ut ed a petition from Alfied Camplejohn, Linseman Telegraph Department, praying lor precuinary assistance. On motion ol Mi Sweel ing seconded by Mr. L. \V. Young the petition was ordered to be pi inted. Mr. Sawyer presented a petition bom 46 inhabitants of Hock Sound praying foi 1 he eiec turn of a Waiehouse. Mr. Sawyer seconded l>\ Mr. A K. Solomon moved 1 lie pi int ing of said petit ion Mr. Gamblin moved tin appoint nienl of a Seh 1 I !om mittee on His Excellent*) I hi Governor's Message No _•, relating to the improvement of Government House and grounds. Some considerable objection was raised to this matter, Messrs. A. K, Solomon, llrice, W C B Johnson and I.. \V Young speaking in opposition, and Messrs. (lam blm and Weech in blipport. Messrs J. \{ Young, Curry, and Armbrister were ap pointed a committi e ai cord* ingly. Mi. SaW\er seconded b\ Mi VV. C. B Johnson moved the appointment of n Sell 1 1 Committee, on the petition ol cei lain inha b: tanlsof Rock Sound, Kleutheia, praying thai tins House giant provisionally to Mis Excellent \ the Governor in Council the sum of £\ 500 as a guarantee to ensure the Chatter ol a steamer for the transports tion of Tomatoes during the coming season of i<(i 7 Also on the petition of certain inhabitants of (loverj n-r's Harbour, Palmetto Point, Savannah Sound, and I'lipum Bay, Eleuthera, praying that the House grant provisionally to His Kxeellency the Governor in Council the sum of £1500 as a guaiantee to ensure the Charter of .1 steamer h %  the traiispd 1, ion () f Tom '< 1 s during tin oming sei 1917. Messrs Sawyer, W C. B Johnson, Moseley, I haddi uf Toote and 1 >i. Join. 1 ? Committi 1 a< cord ing I} Mr. Gamblin second) •' I Dr. Johns..ii moved t! %  In troduction and First R' il of A Bill foi An \< i r< I ting to the diseases of Plants Also that theHill bt [ til .(I Mi. W. (' Ii Johns* n bom the Select Commit Ire 01 1. < T'inanis ol the Colon) Ii nd1 d in a lb id inti'i on report Mi. W. C. Ii. Join ISO) onded by Mr Alburv moved the |)nnting of the report Mr. Turtle from the v < le< 1 Ci immil li' to u bom v\ ' ifined lln petit ion of Ms.es IVisis jind I 'j,,,, I s v j, p handed in a report 1* im mending a gratuity of £10, each. Mr. 'Tin tie from 'he S let t Commit tee on t he pel 11101 of the W. I Oil Co I:,, led in a icpi 11 M t iirm, i pg ,| •,.,,! II • Mr. I in lli Beci nd. %  \*\ Mr Weei h in< >\ ed the i int ing of said repoi IS, Mr. Gamblin poslj i I the Resolution klandil in his name. Dr. Swei ting s,, ond< 11 I Mr. I W Youi % %  <• lln follow ing l'< Kolut ii n : K'esoh i (I that l! is | loiISi e.Noner.ites Mi \rnold la! hot Tethel i nd Ml G< I Burleigh Alburj fiom w) i hai pi s of misdi me. ni ui I \ this Government, and thai i Message In sen I to His \\ celleney the Govi nu-i %  > quninting him \\ ith -a


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V "GOVERNMENT NOTICES I'll. I reputy Goi ti ni 'i I|J pointed I ) r Will i II' |< n I i i kless ami ii < spon sible packing and shipping of hull on ihi-, end find i an only be laid to the al slated reasons l"hr reeklcs: shipping bj *: j^rai \ ig ( IIDI.JMI ( 4) the 1 >-t % 1 handling U\ oui rail in Ihi eail\ part ol tin season i" be regr< linving nosed losses, hul 11 1 1.1i should In lessi ui in l geon and to discharge 11 %  < ti .importation lines and 'lie linn's ol Acting Resident consequent a 1 rival in pooi Sin-'HI it ihe Hospital I and soiled coudnnin the dry -eason this year]to bi repealed Sonn djusl 'i ior I ippoin lm\ mg caused I hi Fruit lo | ment ol these Freights ind (down, t I .. u sl;i iolenl lei; p tioi Gem I V 11 D< 11 ill (i ivernoi hag app mi I >i Wallet Hess to b K'I -iil-"'t Sin geon i)f 1 ii" Hospital during the ab 1 m li since' netratni I lion I %  ridmai 11 in I): VValtei Hess lo • %  ripen muh quickei than old bug beni adjustment ol ig Colonial Surgeon Iformnllv and so to arrive duties as chniged by I. S. •\\ ast\" • Customs have yet to bi loo much stiess can icevied bj shippers m.1 be laid 011 (he way lo We will surely see n ui matoes have been "turned out ren %  ih • season 1! I 1 Idi "quality" and joined to|growei I dopl %  in, on halF pay leave of Di 1 teriug into the ven • conservative el 11 ti< F. J Culmei lure 1 my firms who had]manner oF shipping in I ,,. 1 l( 1 I I I i'' %  %  > \\ %  1 mil %  i| I Ii.j I .nil I'* 1iday the 21st i leing |standing an nils From eei Ihesi ik of the .. %  1 1 II1 i -. I I i> ib I j md lers will onl\ 1 nselvi ntrv < • ; .1 Public I Inl 11. I I I I I .I I I -N I Ii.ii i Ins qualil \ quest ion bl in iui lispul ble I s estalilis Let us ho| >e 1 mail without lubtbvthef.ict;benelil Inl • 'I 11 :. I 1. ill) 1 Will . • I 1 • \ %  ,: them to go to \l' l iiii-ii si to your in.iir, .''I %  1 s and tilso to the growi rs 1 1 1. 1 shippers of tins ^irl dm ng 1 lie p :si winter, 1 lake ity • >f putting previ e. urrence ol llii vears holme but inspe. I 1 n, n f,om I Govern Is-jy Ihat \ ment, which m'usi conies 1 r "'' : 1 „ I ttei, with 1 onseq 1. 11 '-'I' 11 ' 1 I v i,.lnl 1 mu p preem ports ol pooi ll '' 1 I. lo I I niu-d V s I.1 %  I pin Iced ship m/ -" M '1 "'""' Hi | ,1 men:-, .is I I ,p, il fli p '"'" Nl1 " !l,ul ll peis -I ems %  ie in d\ 11 g vv,,s ll1 1 1 I 1 Ihe iii.iti 1 ;KI equ< III' HM'll 1 III i,|H I' \ I I llll -1 : sn irl t (Feted • bi Fore thCin ih' seveial rea • have 1 m-lit I industiv Hi yeai uiqi iving i "" \ "-'" ( as 1 m .'. T^:Z r'ilihrbVa'ndbv^nare'sVec^e'm > !" '"'" ',e. oiii.'.i.ii n in i\ in .1. r %  • 1 (ins „ , ipoi 11 in'iitv 1'icKiiia mm 1 IJ be n wai mug lo inim ., a r,. Drime fruit, it bad the reveise mine 01 / :V ,,: ; ;";;;; %  't. .. — : .^ ; i ..r v", • l e xi %  %  %  * '''V.Y ''' oui onlvcuaie, ouantitie "•! Pen g reported ihal li;nk y u ,, > y\ 11110 shi'ipin from ll is '"", '""* 11 md conseq puily have greats _, .. „... 1 11 '' : ''' I'll 're Mi is 'ii wa< n>! Ciis atiacked bj hrt^ ld Bui lewfii't 1 : -I "" ,,,1> I ninlil 1 ; ,,,. ,)n mil. r.om i \ were abo; rd ..ti, \, '••!>' "ol thesi .in ,s W( re driven off IT'NM al and ea.lv "' |,,in "'" -^ %  p both in Cuba and Kin \ great outcry as to blame , ,!., lor these conditions has been 11; 17th \ p i il 191I nut whilelhe delay of return' I •• launched .1 vigoi caused l>\ ilirn system '1 < %  '' HII'I 1 attack in Ihe rej .1111 \ 1 ^vexatious I lie •" %  f I)e


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Continued from First page.) ashamed of them We watch papers to see who join, and know who the slackers are. hey could see what we have I, and kllOW what we know, hiag but cowardice could d them hack )n the way to Egypt our 11 ailed in at Gibraltar and la an,! at the latter place itiefaction of seeing a ured Hun submarn Clarion Belize Honduras i'), 1916. Public Auction. John Butler Will sell ruesdav the 25th insi al 11.30 o'( lot k \i St. Matthew's Met I lire lot of household %  ts consisting ol i *arl< >r, ing n, Bedioom fur! ; Crockery, Kitchen nsils&c. &c. Terms Cash. TENDERS be re* eived, until Easter sk, by Mr. R. VV. Sawyer, tllf MI boat od condiI, whit h will be at the Sir. Sawyer for in •tion at that tune. • h on Delivery. %  G Thompson. Owner Wemyss Bight Kleuthera. Tenders. T RN DE RS ate required for the erection of a stone porch to the Church of St.Agnes. Masons willing t<> estimate for the work "ill please apply to: Mr. H. Dighton Pearson, St. Matthew's Rectory Just Received Mams, 8 to In l!>s Itulngna Sausage. Sardines, Currants. Picnic Mams 5 to 8 lbs.,Canned Com. Figs.Marshmullovi Cakes also in slock Chili Sauce (Home made). Choice Guava Jelly and M.ir ma lade, Chewing Gum, I >)sters, Clams, Vienna Sausage. Ham burger Steak, Corned and Roast Beef, Potted Meat. Salmon. Mustard, Evaporated and Con densed Milk, Breakfast Cocoa, Raisins, Prunes. Asst. Nuts. Asst. Biscuits, Candies, Mine.' Meat, Cans Syrup. Home made Cakes and Pies, Fruit Jellies and Marmalade, Aerated VVa ters, Home made Pickles, Olive Oil. Cigars and Cigarettes. Tobacco. F. A GARNER, 52 West Bay Street. Insist On Kirkman's Borax, I Soap A Bigger Cake A Better Soap 3d. per Bar At Your Dealer or At The New York Mouse LOGWOOD SISAL RJ.BOWE Commission Merchant (Stock sold at 6 p.c. Commission) Offices:—53a Bay St. Alfreds Wharf Christie's Near City Market. I BbG to notify the public that I will undertake to sell LogIA. MATH :R wood on commission to the very best advantage. Write or see E. C. Griffin Cor. Bay St. and Victoria Ave. FOP Sale 90 non DOZEN pine £.\J,\J\J\J apple Slips £8 per 1000 Dozen. Delivery August 1st, 1916. Parties desiring to purchase any of this lot should make application at once. Apply to WALTER K. MOORE. STOCK PRODUCE UNDERTAKER JSIRES to inform Ins friends and the Public thah>e has received a complete outfit of 'tic fai the buisnoss of an un. kT, which plnres him in a 10.1 to carry out Funerals that oe entrusted to his cere with m BOd despatch ; and respect solicits theii patroriew Get 'rices first and provgthese that hr very lowest for the clas first LOGWOOD T HE undersigned desires to notify the public that he is purchasing LOGWOOD and will ever the market price is II pay for same what H. J. CLARIDGE East It-v St, Nassau NOTICE MS is to inform my Patrons and the Public in General I have opened roy Public k Smith 9iop; and am now y to do anything in r e line of ral repair or new work Horse mg Specially. All work done lamcally. P. A. HUVLBR Shingles. J UST received from Jacksonville 5 x 19 "Best Cypress ( per 1000. ^ No better grade than these on the Market "Primes" Cypress at 3is. per 1000. This grade carries our same guarantee as the Bests." Any defective shingles can be returned. Also cheaper grade in stock April 6th. 1916 C. C. SAUNDERS, at 36s. 5 x t 8



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' NMIIIO. mlilii in. lutivrr in veib* n*u strl Hen>K bound iciiTur to the llnimn. of no Master. VOL. XIII. Nwm. N.P.. Be.he.mrvs. TUESDAY. April IS. 1916 No. 1 'Schiller' Plotted To Sink Pannonia IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIV.'-> • (Continued from Thursday la>t) WAN SUSPECTED IN SALEM. During ihe nitir months lie had been ill lliiicount ty, Hudson mid, he hud traveled in mnn) States. Mr declared nhKl tlMt he \v;is the man Concerning whom lb< police of Salem, Mas*., had issued H warn, me to the police of New Yoik and other cities, about five weeks ngn. Capimn Tunncy of the Bomb Squd corroborated this stMtement of Hudson's and s-iid that Inspect or Pellet of Salem had telegmpli ed him the warning refened to by the prisoner late in Fehiuaiy. "Pellet wiieil ii-," s-tid Captain Tunnry, "that a man who called himself 'I ludson' 01 'Kobinron' had heen in Salem and was supposed to have gone In New York, that he was n daneernus man, end should be watched. What happen ed in the M ifoppn shows Jlial he Iml sized the man up riv'ht. Theie it no doubt ahout Hodson binp the man |n whom Pellet tef. ried." Hodson said he had osed rnrinu* aliases, among I hem "C Robin Mm "• "I'. Roheitson," 'Ailolph Henry," and "Ernest Schiller. 1 When asked bv the police I Once on board tlie four men were to separate and hide in different life boats. Each was to be heavily armed and as soon as the Pannonia was well out to sea they were to disclose j themselves, capture the officers,' crew and passengers, and turn' them adrilt in life boats, saving i one life boai to escape in themword, the first thing the Captain men of the Contingent did was t<> turn me over to the Wednesday night. The i police. That was what he gave number present is a proof me for permitting him to keep appreciation of the men. his ship and saving him from public can also be accomo the disgrace of being a skipper i Prices of admission fro Irom whom a single man had cents, taken his ship." The police said that the Fed eral authorities were now investigating the case of Hodson and that new turns in the case probably would be forthcoming in tlie next few davs. SURE THEY KNOW ".CHILLER." Many e. i Beacon. N. Y., Say he Lived There* Under Ne.me of "Koch." selves after they had placed the |Speia1 to The New York limes dynamite in the vitals of the! BEACON, N. Y., April i.— liner. The fui-es with which Ernt Schiller" was employed the dynamite was to be fired were to be timed s

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NmIIio. mlilii in. lutivrr in veib* n*u strl
Hen>K bound iciiTur to the llnimn. of no Master.
VOL. XIII.
Nwm. N.P.. Be.he.mrvs. TUESDAY. April IS. 1916
No. 1
'Schiller' Plotted To Sink
Pannonia
iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiv.'->
(Continued from Thursday la>t)
WAN SUSPECTED IN SALEM.
During ihe nitir months lie had
been ill lliii- count ty, Hudson mid,
he hud traveled in mnn) States.
Mr declared nhKl tlMt he \v;is the
man Concerning whom lb< police
of Salem, Mas*., had issued h warn,
me to the police of New Yoik and
other cities, about five weeks ngn.
Capimn Tunncy of the Bomb
Squd corroborated this stMtement
of Hudson's and s-iid that Inspect
or Pellet of Salem had telegmpli
ed him the warning refened to by
the prisoner late in Fehiuaiy.
"Pellet wiieil ii-," s-tid Captain
Tunnry, "that a man who called
himself 'I ludson' 01 'Kobinron' had
heen in Salem and was supposed
to have gone In New York, that
he was n daneernus man, end
should be watched. What happen
ed in the M ifoppn shows Jlial he
Iml sized the man up riv'ht. Theie
it no doubt ahout Hodson binp
the man |n whom Pellet tef. ried."
Hodson said he had osed rnrinu*
aliases, among I hem "C Robin
Mm " "I'. Roheitson," 'Ailolph
Henry," and "Ernest Schiller.1"
When asked bv the police I
Once on board tlie four men
were to separate and hide in
different life boats. Each was
to be heavily armed and as soon
as the Pannonia was well out
to sea they were to disclose j
themselves, capture the officers,'
crew and passengers, and turn'
them adrilt in life boats, saving i
one life boai to escape in them-
word, the first thing the Captain men of the Contingent
did was t<> turn me over to the Wednesday night. The
i police. That was what he gave number present is a proof
me for permitting him to keep appreciation of the men.
his ship and saving him from public can also be accomo
the disgrace of being a skipper i Prices of admission fro
Irom whom a single man had cents,
taken his ship."
The police said that the Fed
eral authorities were now in-
vestigating the case of Hodson
and that new turns in the case
probably would be forthcoming
in tlie next few davs.
SURE THEY KNOW ".CHILLER."
Many e. i Beacon. N. Y., Say he
Lived There* Under Ne.me of
"Koch."
selves after they had placed the |Speia1 to The New York limes
dynamite in the vitals of the! BEACON, N. Y., April i.
liner. The fui-es with which Ernt Schiller" was employed
the dynamite was to be fired
were to be timed s Ihe dynamiters ample time to
leave the ship and row to
safety.
HE HOPED TO BET MONET.
"Everything was ready,'*add-
ed Hudson gloomily, "but at
the
wrong with my associates and
they refused to take the chance
and that is why the Pannonia
scheme failed,"
Hodson said that, in addition
to destroying the liner, he and
vriien en nv ins pour* t<- . ,
t. = ve the details, .fil.eplan.o blow | h,s consp.ralois had expected
tip -he P nn.mo. h- .eadi'v com j,n CtplUM what money the
p''et. He n-eiled money, he .i-l, JCunard Company had on board.
to r otv out the p'nt, and hot row
ed $ioo f'om a friend, bill he re
fued in'uv *lin ii" friend wa-.
The 1'iiinnia ih'v'iiirli . pirlv
w 11 In have numliered four in< lud
ing himself. One of the men
bought the dynamite. Hodson
said, with money he furnished.
Plans were made, Hodson
said, for the conspirators to go
on board the liner at 11 o'clock
at nirht, March 17. They were 1 Captain Bergner, according t
to come from the Jersey side in the prisoner, promised not to
a motor boat and get on the
pier from the river end and
afser that trust to a lucky chance
to get on the ship unobserved.
in several factories in Beacon
under the name of Prank Koch.
it has been asserted by several
people here who have seen his
newspaper pictures. Koch ap
peareel here suddenly about
thiee yean ago and obtained
employment at the Matteawan
y, inn ai < Manufacturing Company as
ait minute some hnii! went I
!steamfitter and general mach-
inist His description tallies
with that of Schiller. He dres
sed fashionably and was a fre
quent visitor to the homes of
some of the best German fa mi
lies in this city He told them
that his father was a Captain
in the German Army and that
his family had means.
On the Matonpo, he said, the
only money he got was $ s,o
that was surrendered on demand
bv the skipper.
The price of Logwood isl
ing ever upwards much t<
satisfaction of those who
any of that wood to dispol
It is a fortunate thing that I
one of our industries shoul
having a boom as things vJ
otherwise be pretty dull]
now.
We learn from Capt.
this morning that 370 men
been attested for the Continl
and we have still to hear,
result's of Mr Cleghorn's
to the lower reaches of the
River. The margin is gro\
smaller and smaller and tl
who want to go had better)
ruy up.
The following is clipped
The Evening limes and
published at St. John,
Brunswick:
The following ate extrl
from a letter written by a|
John soldier at the front:
"Recruiting is slow,eh? \\
I would like to be home to t|
a crack at Sergt. Knight's
But there is nothing you
W! 1 to ilow'up ^ine himself on the head-
tht M.toppo and be put a.hor H'l h P ,? ht cj]r1 "
He disappeared as suddenly as
he came, saying he was going
give him away.
"And you know what hap
pened," he added. "Instead of
living up to his own given use V Theatre entertains the
He seal an exce p t i o n a I I v say to ,ne slackers. They H
muscular fellow and among his the conditions, and how ml
fellow employes was known as we need their help. To Bp|
"the strong man He appear to their manhood and sent!
justice is all you cfn do n
If they prefer to be like
Gordon relief force, that is
to them. As surely as t
don't come to help us, just
surely will the blood of th
boys be on their hands.
"The people are in a la
sense to blame. There are I
dreds upon hundreds who
fit to enlist, and we out h
back In Germany
BELIZE BRIEFINGS.
The nuinag. ment of the Am-
ContlnVied on 4lh paHe


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MAILS
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.'ard to Miami per
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tli instant, at h a.m.
k BAHAMAS CONTINGENT
:i in the
.at the Po-
i. A. .1.
i e a plain "in
tin ni.i of the
ided them foi
bravery in responding
>i the nation : nd
i' tnselves in defen e
ii country.
ded them that
now Soldi) rsof the
h carried a great
ibility with it; and
they must avoid any
which would impaii
usefulness and value as
ers, he pointed out to
that they were brothers
must learn to give and
. lie showed how necess-
' IS foi tl i in tn a.
habits of orderliness
inliness, pi rsonal
nliness, cleanliness of
i:h and clean living, how
isary it was to avoid in-
fence in drink, profanity,
ihemy and obscenity;
bowed them how necess-
aiv was discipline for them-
selves and the work in which
they were engaged, he told
them how careful they should
be to avoid disgracing their
uniform, which was the
badge of their service.
Mr. Browne told them not
to suppose that they were
unnoticed, for there were
pe< iple all about who were
noticing their conduct ; and
that he hoped that thev
would so conduct themselves
that people would be proud
of them as well as respect
I hem for their braverx, and
that he hoped to see more of
them before they left theii
country to meet the dnngi rs
which they would have lo
:o:
The Mad Steamer "Monte-
an iv- d in New York on
Suudaj morning.
:o.
I lie Mai! Steaniei "Mono
Castle" arrived in New York
mi Monday afternoon.
HON. HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY
I uesdaj evening
April i ith iqi6.
The House met according
adjournment.
Present.
The honourable The Speaker,
The Dtput) Speaker, Messrs
Gamblin, G. H. Johnson, |.
U. C. Young, Wen h. Turtle,
T. Augustus Toote Mourn,
Anderson, Sawyer, I.. W.
Young, Thaddeus A. Toote,
\dderley, Swi eting, Hi ice,
I'.owen. A. L. Solomon, I'm j
der, Armbrister, and Moseley.
I he Honourable (i. II.
Gamblin verbally informed
informed ilie House that Dr.
Walter Hess had arrived and
RMSamed the duties of Colo
nial Surgeon and in < ounce
tion with his duties those of
Resident Surgeon at the Hos
pital.
Mr. Weech handed in the
Iv> p nt of the Trustees of the
Nassau Library and Reading
Room and Museum, which on
motion of Mr. Weech second
ed by Mr Turtle was ordered
to be printed.
The Chief Clerk reported
having delivered to the Hon.
the Legislative Council'
Three Bills and one Resolu
tion.
A Message from the I.egis
lative Council was presented
by the Clerk thereof inform
ing the House that they
have agieed to Vole of In
deminity passed the House
on the 4th inst.
Mr. C. C. Sweet ing presi ut
ed a petition from Alfied
Camplejohn, Linseman Tele-
graph Department, praying
lor precuinary assistance.
On motion ol Mi Sweel ing
seconded by Mr. L. \V. Young
the petition was ordered to
be pi inted.
Mr. Sawyer presented a
petition bom 46 inhabitants
of Hock Sound praying foi
1 he eiec turn of a Waiehouse.
Mr. Sawyer seconded l>\
Mr. A K. Solomon moved
1 lie pi int ing of said petit ion
Mr. Gamblin moved tin
appoint nienl of a Seh 1 I !om
mittee on His Excellent*) I hi
Governor's Message No _,
relating to the improvement
of Government House and
grounds.
Some considerable objec-
tion was raised to this mat-
ter, Messrs. A. K, Solomon,
llrice, W C B Johnson and
I.. \V Young speaking in
opposition, and Messrs. (lam
blm and Weech in blipport.
Messrs J. \{ Young, Cur-
ry, and Armbrister were ap
pointed a committi e ai cord*
ingly.
Mi. SaW\er seconded b\
Mi VV. C. B Johnson moved
the appointment of n Sell 1 1
Committee, on the petition
ol cei lain inha b: tanlsof Rock
Sound, Kleutheia, praying
thai tins House giant provi-
sionally to Mis Excellent \
the Governor in Council the
sum of \ 500 as a guarantee
to ensure the Chatter ol a
steamer for the transports
tion of Tomatoes during the
coming season of i<(i7
Also on the petition of cer-
tain inhabitants of (lover- j
n-r's Harbour, Palmetto
Point, Savannah Sound, and
I'lipum Bay, Eleuthera,
praying that the House grant
provisionally to His Kxeel-
lency the Governor in Coun-
cil the sum of 1500 as a
guaiantee to ensure the
Charter of .1 steamer h the
traiispd 1, ion ()f Tom '< 1 s
during tin oming sei
1917.
Messrs Sawyer, W C. B
Johnson, Moseley, I haddi uf
Toote and 1 >i. Join-. 1 ?
Committi 1 a< cord ing I}
Mr. Gamblin second) ' I
Dr. Johns..ii moved t! In
troduction and First R' il
of A Bill foi An \< i r< I ting
to the diseases of Plants
Also that the- Hill bt [ til
.(I
Mi. W. (' Ii Johns* n bom
the Select Commit Ire 01 1. <
T'inanis ol the Colon) Ii nd-
1 d in a lb id inti'i on report
Mi. W. C. Ii. Join ISO)
onded by Mr Alburv moved
the |)nnting of the report
Mr. Turtle from the v< le< 1
Ci immil li' to u bom v\ ' i- -
fined lln petit ion of Ms.es
IVisis jind I 'j,,,, I sv j, p
handed in a report 1* im
mending a gratuity of 10,
each.
Mr. 'Tin tie from 'he S let t
Commit tee on t he pel 11101
of the W. I Oil Co I:,, led
in a icpi 11 m t iirm, i pg
,| ,.,,! ii
Mr. I in lli Beci nd. \*\
Mr Weei h in< >\ ed the i int
ing of said repoi IS,
Mr. Gamblin poslj i I
the Resolution klandil in
his name.
Dr. Swei ting s,, ond< 11 I
Mr. I W Youi ' < lln
follow ing l'< Kolut ii n :
K'esoh i (I that l! is | loiISi
e.Noner.ites Mi \rnold la!
hot Tethel i nd Ml G< I
Burleigh Alburj fiom w)
i hai pi s of misdi me. ni ui I \
this Government, and thai i
Message In sen I to His \\
celleney the Govi nu-i >
quninting him \\ ith -a solution.
Mr. Speak, i nib d the Re
solul ion out of oi der.
The House then took up
I he Order of the Day and
an the consideration < f
the Estimates, Petitions and
A. counts;
Item 74 was referred to a
Select Committee.
I he House adjourned un
til Monday next.


V
"GOVERNMENT NOTICES
I'll. I reputy Goi ti ni 'i i|j
pointed I)r Will i II' |< n
I i i kless ami ii < spon
sible packing and shipping
of hull on ihi-, end find
i an only be laid to the al
slated reasons
l"hr reeklcs: shipping bj
*:
j^rai \ ig ( iIdi.jmI'(4) the 1 >-t? 1 handling U\ oui rail in Ihi eail\ part ol tin
season i" be regr<
linving nosed losses, hul
1111.1i should In lessi ui in l
geon and to discharge 11 < ti .importation lines and 'lie
linn's ol Acting Resident consequent a 1 rival in pooi
Sin-'- hi it ihe Hospital I and soiled coudnnin
' the dry -eason this year]to bi repealed Sonn djusl
'i ior I ippoin lm\ mg caused I hi Fruit lo | ment ol these Freights ind (down, t I .. u sl;i
iolenl lei; p
tioi
Gem
I
V 11 D<
11 ill
.
(i ivernoi hag app mi
I >i Wallet Hess to b
K'i -iil-"'t Sin geon i)f
1 ii" Hospital during the ab
1 m li
since' netratni
I lion I ridmai
11 in '
I): VValtei Hess lo ripen muh quickei than old bug beni adjustment ol
ig Colonial Surgeon Iformnllv and so to arrive duties as chniged by I. S.
\\ ast\" Customs have yet to bi
loo much stiess can icevied bj shippers
m.1 be laid 011 (he way lo We will surely see n ui
matoes have been "turned out ren.....' ih season 1! I1
Idi "quality" and joined to|growei .....I dopl
in, on halF pay leave of Di 1 teriug into the ven conservative el 11 ti<
F. J Culmei lure 1 my firms who had]manner oF shipping in I
,,. 1 l( 1 I I I i'' > \\ 1 mil i| I Ii.- j I .nil
I'* 1iday the 21st i leing |standing an nils From eei Ihesi ik of the
.. 1 1 II-1 i -.II i> ib I j md lers will onl\ 1 nselvi ntrv <
; .1 Public
I Inl


11.
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I Ii.ii i Ins qualil \ quest ion bl in
i- ui lispul ble Is estalilis Let us ho| >e 1
mail without lubtbvthef.ict;benelil Inl
'I 11 :. I 1. ill) 1 Will . I 1 \ ,:
them to go to \l' ned thai m In cts pei
1 it \\ ill !u eulireh il crati aboxi K lor id vt -
tin- veai tin in quo)
11 all Price C cts. 01
\ I' ,w
\pril 17th ill g in m\ mind vs. 11J
M I 1
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ClI.AS I
Radiograms
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THt TOMATO SITUATION.
I 1 : lie |-.(i ilo 1 ! i ii I 11 Ii
I Iimi Sil :
\t ill- close 'il the romnto
* is m, believing it it lo b
<>l iiii-ii si to your in.iir, .'- 'I
1 s and tilso to the growi rs
111.1 shippers of tins ^irl
dm ng 1 lie p :si winter, 1 lake
, ity >f putting
previ e. urrence ol llii
vears holme but inspe. I 1 n, n" f,om I
Govern Is-jy Ihat \
ment, which m'usi conies...... 1 r "'' : '
1 I ttei, with 1 onseq 1. 11 '-'I'11-' 1 I v i,.lnl 1 mu p
pre- em...... ports ol pooi ll"''1" I. lo I I niu-d
'V s I.- 1 I pin Iced ship m/ -"M" '-1"'""' Hi | ,1 .
men:-, .is I I ,p, il fli p '"'" Nl1" !l,ul ll'
peis -I ems ie in d\ 11 g vv,,s ll1"1 1 I 1 '
Ihe iii.iti
1 ;kI equ<
III' HM'll 1 III i,|H I'
\ I I llll -1 !
:
sn irl t...... (Feted
bi Fore thCin ih' seveial rea have 1 m-lit I
industiv Hi yeai uiqi iving i "" \ "-'" ( as
1 .
m
.'. T^:Z r'ilihrbVa'ndbv^nare'sVec^e'm > '"'"..... ',e.
oiii.'.i.ii n in i\ in .1. r 1 (ins
, ipoi 11 in'iitv 1'icKiiia mm
1 ij be n wai mug lo inim ., a
r,. Drime fruit, it bad the reveise mine 01
/ :V,,:';;";;;;'" 't. .. :..^;i..-......r, v",.......lexi *
'''V.Y ''' oui onlvcuaie, ouantitie "! Pen.....g reported ihal li;nk y ,u ,,
> y\ 11110 shi'ipin from ll is '"", '""*
11 md conseq puily have greats _, .. ... 1 11 '': '''
I'll 're m<- teveral leasoi er
wli, 1 his >i is 'ii wa< n>!
Ciis atiacked bj hrt^ ld
Bui lewfii't 1 : -I "",,,1>- I ninlil 1 ; ,,,.
,)n mil. r.om i....... \
were abo; rd !...ti, \,
'!>' "- ol thesi .in ,s W( re driven off
iT'Nm .......al and ea.lv "' |,,in"'" -^----------
p both in Cuba and Kin \ great outcry as to blame
,,,!., lor these conditions has been
11;
17th \pi il 191I
nut whilelhe delay of return' I launched .1 vigoi
caused l>\ ilirn system '1 < '' hii'i 1 attack in Ihe rej
.1111 \ 1 ^vexatious I lie " f I)e Ii- the natural and un Itual results as to prices wi'l i.l< i,< '' Slei 1
e in
(a) \n unusuall) severe and put on one particular house f London, 15th: Prencli .
snow Wound wintei S'orih of Commission merchants, iroops defending Verdun AOVCrtlSt
The frit
that prevente I the free mo^ 1
nrir- nf such perish ible
Freight as Tomatoes I hese
avoid ible causes, but equal
lv iui|)')it ml were
unpin- with? most! of'the i days German
oi hers, 1 In v : I being 11 id, s'a' ren 11 ! I ''
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Continued from First page.)
ashamed of them We watch
papers to see who join, and
know who the slackers are.
hey could see what we have
I, and kllOW what we know,
hiag but cowardice could
d them hack
)n the way to Egypt our
11 ailed in at Gibraltar and
la an,! at the latter place
itiefaction of seeing a
ured Hun submarn
Clarion Belize Honduras
i'), 1916.
Public Auction.
John Butler
Will sell
ruesdav the 25th insi
al 11.30 o'( lot k
\i St. Matthew's Met I
lire lot of household
ts consisting ol i *arl< >r,
ing......n, Bedioom fur- !
; Crockery, Kitchen
nsils&c. &c.
Terms Cash.
TENDERS
be re* eived, until Easter
sk, by Mr. R. VV. Sawyer,
tllf" mI boat
od condi-
I, whit h will be at the
Sir. Sawyer for in
tion at that tune.
h on Delivery.
' G Thompson. Owner
Wemyss Bight
Kleuthera.
Tenders.
TRN DE RS ate required
for the erection of a stone
porch to the Church of St.Ag-
nes. Masons willing t<> esti-
mate for the work "ill please
apply to:
Mr. H. Dighton Pearson,
St. Matthew's Rectory
Just Received
Mams, 8 to In l!>s Itulngna
Sausage. Sardines, Currants.
Picnic Mams 5 to 8 lbs.,Canned
Com. Figs.Marshmullovi Cakes
also in slock
Chili Sauce (Home made).
Choice Guava Jelly and M.ir
ma lade, Chewing Gum, I >)sters,
Clams, Vienna Sausage. Ham
burger Steak, Corned and Roast
Beef, Potted Meat. Salmon.
Mustard, Evaporated and Con
densed Milk, Breakfast Cocoa,
Raisins, Prunes. Asst. Nuts.
Asst. Biscuits, Candies, Mine.'
Meat, Cans Syrup. Home made
Cakes and Pies, Fruit Jellies
and Marmalade, Aerated VVa
ters, Home made Pickles,
Olive Oil.
Cigars and Cigarettes.
Tobacco.
F. A GARNER,
52 West Bay Street.
Insist On
Kirkman's Borax,
I Soap
A Bigger Cake
A Better Soap
3d. per Bar
At Your Dealer or
At The New York Mouse
LOGWOOD
SISAL
RJ.BOWE
Commission Merchant
(Stock sold at 6 p.c. Commission)
Offices:53a Bay St.
Alfreds Wharf
Christie's Near City Market.
IBbG to notify the
public that I will
undertake to sell Log-
I- A. MATH :R wood on commission
to the very best ad-
vantage.
Write or see
E. C. Griffin
Cor. Bay St. and Victoria Ave.
Fop Sale
90 non dozen pine
.\J,\J\J\J apple Slips 8
per 1000 Dozen.
Delivery August 1st, 1916.
Parties desiring to purchase
any of this lot should make
application at once.
Apply to
WALTER K. MOORE.
STOCK
PRODUCE
UNDERTAKER
JSIRES to inform Ins friends
and the Public thah>e has
received a complete outfit of
'tic fai the buisnoss of an un.
kT, which plnres him in a
10.1 to carry out Funerals that
oe entrusted to his cere with
m BOd despatch ; and respect
solicits theii patroriew Get
'rices first and provgthese that
hr very lowest for the clas first
LOGWOOD
THE undersigned desires to notify the public that he is
purchasing LOGWOOD and will
ever the market price is
II pay for same what
H. J. CLARIDGE
East It-v St, Nassau
NOTICE
MS is to inform my Patrons
and the Public in General
I have opened roy Public
k Smith 9iop; and am now
y to do anything in r e line of
ral repair or new work Horse
mg Specially. All work done
lamcally.
P. A. HUVLBR
Shingles.
JUST received from Jacksonville 5 x 19 "Best Cypress
(per 1000. ^ No better grade than these on the Market
"Primes" Cypress at 3is. per 1000. This grade carries our
same guarantee as the Bests."
Any defective shingles can be returned.
Also cheaper grade in stock
April 6th. 1916 C. C. SAUNDERS,
at 36s.
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