THB KAMAV FOtT, IBXIHIBT, 1. T., IBIMT, XABOH U, ltl«.
JfESOLE TO DECREASE BSVESHTZ IEAD8 TO ATTEMPT TO RETAIN DUTY Oir SUGAR AFTER THE FIRST OF MAY.
Two very important matters en¬ gaged thc attention of the House dur¬ ing the past week. One was the so- called sugar bin by which It Is pro¬ poned to retain a duty on sugar in¬ stead of permitting It to go on the free list on May 1 as called for by the Underwood tariff bill. Tiiis reversal of policy by the majority party Is due to a desire to Increase the revenues. The only opposition to Its passage came from certain Democrats them¬ selves who maintained that as free sugar had been the platform pledge they could not vote for a measure wblch repudiated one of the planks of their party's platform.
The other measure was the passage ef a Joint resolution providing for a substantial increase in our military forcea This very urgent measure re¬ ceived the approval of the House, but one member voting in the negative, and It was immediately passed by the Senate
On Friday the long-delayed mili¬ tary bill was Introduced and as It is still under debate reference to It wlll be made next week. Cordially, FREDERICK C. HICKS.
Election of Officers of Free pore A. A.
On Monday night, March 27, a^ S p. m., there will be an elee/on of omcers, at B. Frank Post'.s homo on West T ncoln place, ot the Fi8:port / A. for the coming year.
All members holding membership cards for 1915 are reque.sted to be present, as important business per¬ taining to the coming season wlll be transacted.
If you only knew the great differ¬ ence glasses make
You wouldn't hesitate to get them. Dimmed, tired eye¬ sight is made clear and atrong by using glasses that are properly fitted to your eyca. Strong and good eyesight is guarded against the danger of eyestrain. Have your eyes examined by a registered Optometrist without charge. AT
A. E. MILLER'S JEWELRY STORE
43 8. MAIN ST. FREEPORT
Doctor's Office Hours: 9 a. m. to 12 a. m.; 2 p. m. to 7 p. m.
All repairs promptly attended to at lowest possible prices.
Do You Look Ahead?
If you have an old ga> range, and are tired fooling with it, and expect to get a new one sometime in the future.
This Is Your Chance
Or, if you are still without the convenienoe of hot water whenever you want it.
You can Save Money by
Getting a Gas Tank
In order to get an early start on onr work this year, for a short time we will give
20% Discount on Gas
Ranges and Tank
The Nassaa and Suffolk Lighting
a&O. MACDONALD, Pres.
RETURNED BABY'S BANK.
Thief RobbMl th* HeuM, but Brought That Back.
Sierra Vl&ta, Cal.-A thief with a conscience recently entered the homo of Clark Rubldo here and after de camping with valuables a'mountlng to IlOO returned to the burglarijied house and deposited a child's bank conUIning 12 In pennies, whloh had been part of the loot, on the front porch.
The Rubldo family visited friends In Los Angeles that day. and about noon a neighbor, Mrs. Caroline Martin, saw a well dressed young mnn earrylng h suit ease walk up to thc front door of the Rubldo home, fumble with the look a moment nnd walk In.
Mrs. .Martin thought the stranger was probably a friend of the Rubldos. and when the young man rcapi)eared some time after, stijl eflrrying the suit case, she told him that the Uubldo family was passing the day In the city. The young mnn thanked her and hur¬ ried on.
Half an hour later Mrs. Martin saw the young man eorao hack and deposit something on the front porch of the house.
When the Uubldos returned they found that the pleasant faced young man had carried awny all their silver, several articles of Jewelry ri'uI .?:'/!. Tbe baby's penny bank, which had been returned, was nbout the only movable valuable not taken.
MSSIUI'S MITO RtTIOONE TO IS
STATISTICS PREPARED BY SEC¬ RETARY HUOO SHOW NASSAU COUNTY TO BE RICH FROM AUTO STANDPOINT.
SOAP BRINGS REUNION.
Broth«rs Meet For First Time In Thir¬ teen Yeara by Accident.
St Paul.—Charles .McKee of Kay. N. D.. was sent to room 322 when he registered at the Hotel Sherman. De siring to shave, be unp.icked his grip Hut bis shaviug stick wns missing.
"Have you got any shaving soap?" he asked n mnn wbo wns Issuing from room ,r!24.
"Sure," waa the answer. They en¬ tered room il24 and turned on the light to lonk for the shaving sonp. McKee looked at the other man criticnily.
"What's your name?" he asked.
"R. E. McKec of Shakipee, Minn.' was the answer.
"I'm your luother < "barley." tho Noith Dakutnn said.
The two bnd not seen each other for Ihlrteen .vears. They wero reured In Ht. Paul and sepiirnted nfter their par¬ ents died. <"harles went to North Da¬ kota, where he owns n half section of land. K. E. .McKee went to Shaknpee. where he owns n section.
In the last thirteen years tbey had not corresponded. T'nknown to eacli other, each had amassed a fortime.
Albany March 23.—How does your county compare with others about the State from an automobile standpoint? This question, fre¬ quently asked these days, is answer¬ ed by figures that have just been compiled in the .State Automobile Bureau.
In proportion to its population, more automobiles were registered Iwith Secretary of State Hugo last lyear from Putnam county than from lany other county in the State, the 'ratio being one to every 13 residents; Ithe Bronx furnishing the other ex- I treme with one to every 205 of Its I population. In 31, or an even half of counties, there was a car last year for 'every 2 gpersons or less. The ratio j for the State In general was one to 'every 41 residents. i The comparatively light registra¬ tion in the Bronx Is thought to have • been due not only to many residents of that section registering their car ' under a downtown business address !but also to the fact that the Bronx lis the residing place of many young couples who cannot afford a car and 'the Incidental expenses. I Tlie Influence of location in de- jlermlnlng the popularity of the auto- I mobile is shown by the Oswego reg- [ istration. In that county there is a ;car to every 66 persons, the result of the automobile being forced to share I honors with the motor boat. The mileage of a county's improved high¬ ways is also a powerful influence to- I wards determining the number of automobiles owned in that seciion.
Comparative figures giving the number of automobiles and the ratio to the population of some of the counties follow:
Pop. County Autos Per Car
SOUTH SEA ISLAND COLONY IN AMERICA
Strange Gominunity Is Discov¬ ered In Utah.
Suffolk .'¦.,94 4
New York 38,974
15 17 22 22 27 32 33 38 40
5 4 5 7 85
Salt Lake City. — Discovered — the .strangest community In the United States.
It is a community of south sea Islanders. A tbousand In numlier, they are now settled In the Skull valley In Utah, between the Oreat Salt lake nnd ;be Nevada line.
There are Maoris. S.amoans and Hn- wallaus living nnd farming In perfect harmony, Intermarrying nud raising ¦•hildren.
Twenty-flve or thirty years ago tbe older men of this strange colony came from across the Paclflc, some as sail¬ ors, some a.s stowaways.
They wandered In smnll groups about ("allfornia, and some of them came across the Sierras luto Idaho and Utah. Tbey were starving when a group of business men decided to help them.
Tbey secured l.'.OOO acres of land In the Skull valley, collected all the south sea natives that they could flnd and established them In n colony whlcii they call loseppa.
.\n Amerkn« fiirmer was selected as superintendent. Each man was paid good wages at tbe start, and as soon as they wore capable they were allow¬ ed to buy half acre lots and cottages nt actual cost.
Now there Is a new generation grow¬ ing up. Some of the boys have gone from the grade scbool and taken' full ciuirses at the State-Agricultural ool- leKc. Severul of the girls have become »tenot;rapher.si in Salt Lake City. .\ number have gruduated from the Uni Versitv of Utnh.
DRAW LOTS TO PREACH.
White Plains Paator* Try New Way of Exchangino Pulpitt.
White Plains, .N. Y.—"We had the time of our lives." said the Itev. Wil¬ liam Dnna Street, p.i.stor of the Kldge view .Wenue (ongi-egatlonal church and one of the sis ministers here who fliled pulpits that were assigned to them by drawing lots. Sealed envel opes containing the namea of the churches were put In a hat. aud eai'h minister drew one.
"None of us knew which church he had drawn." said Mr. Street, "until a couple of days after when we opened the envelopes."
The Rev. Cbaellis E. Nichols, pastor of the First Baptist church, exchanged with the Rev. Ernest L. Walz, pastor of the Chatterton Hill Congregational church; tho Rev. Herbert E. Wright, pastor of the Memorial M. E. church, the largest Protestant church here, ex changed with the Rev. David W. De Forest of St, Paul's M. E. Protestant church, one of the smallest churches.
ESTABLISHED B. B. RECORD
The Hempstead Juniors closed their most successful and remarkable sea¬ son Monday atfernoon with a defeat by .Mineola High School at Mineola by a score of 58 to 36. Although losing a few games they were not defeated on their home court. Hemp¬ stead Juniors wish to thank all who aided them during the season. Score:
MI>KOI-.\ IlUill SCHOOI.
I..liila. forwiird 12 2 26
PatterBon. forward .1 0 6
.lamcson, centrt- 10 0 20
nuritiiard, KUard 1 0 2
WflrlniT, Kuurd 2 0 4
Total-s 28 2 58
Holmes, forward 3 1 7
(IreenburK, forward I 0 S
Ryan, centre 5 2 12
Hutcheson, Kuard 1 0 2
.Jone.s, li'ft Kuard 3 1 7
Totals 16 4 36
Kotere(—Mortimer D. .lones. Tlme-
keepe^i~Mr. Wright. Scorer—Bert
The Hempstead Juniors won 20
and lost eight games. The names of
the teams and their scores follow:
•Hompstead. .Trs., 13: Roslyn H. S., 39.
Hempstead Jrs., 25; Wlntrop Jrs., 13. ! Hempstead Jrs., .TO; Hemp. 'Wand.. IS.
Hempstead Jrs., .16; Hemp. Wand., 11.
Hempstead Jrs., 2S; Roslyn .Second, ft.
•tiempatoad Jrs., 21; Wlntrop Jrs., 22.
Hempstead Jrs., 25: Hemp. Wand.. 20.
Hempstead Jrs, 16; Hemp. Wand.. 8.
Hempstead Jrs., 54; Elmhurst Five, S4.
•Hempstead Jrs.. 4; Port Wash. 2nd.. 8.
Hempstead Jrs,, 54; Oarden City Rst., 4.
Hempstead Jrs., 60; Garden City Kst., 14.
Hempstead Jrs., 32; Port Wash. 2nd, 19.
Hempstead Jrs., 32; Sea CIlfT. 2nd, 17.
Hempstead Jrs., 69; Victors, Want'gh. 14.
Hempstead Jrs., 2; Sea Cliff 2nd, 0.
Hempstead Jrs., 58; H. F. 2nd. Mer'k. 9.
Hempste.id Jrs., 48; Counlry Life 2nd, 11.
Hempstead Jrs., 50; Lynbrooif 2nd, 8.
Hompstead Jrs., 40; Hemp. All-Stars. 19.
•Hempstead Jrs., 28; Sea Cliff 2nd, 20.
Hempstend Jrs.. 20; Mineola 2nd, 19.
•Hempstead Jrs., 26; Winthrop Jrs.. 27.
•Hempstead Jrs.. 23; Mineola H. 8., 26.
Hempstead Jrs., 46; Port Wash. 2nd, 24.
Hempstead Jrs., 29; Friends' Acad, 2d, 39.
H'empstead Jrs., 48; Mineola 2nd, 45.
•Hempstead Jrs.. 36; Mineola H. S.. 58. •Games lost. Hempstead Juniors scored 943
points against their opponents 545 I points In 28 games. I The Individual
Hempstead Juniors 'follows:
I J. Holmes 17 V-i
H. GreenburK ...15i^
J. Ryan 16 V4
W. Hutcheson .16'^
C. Kimball 9H
N. Williams 13H
H. W. Jones 8V4
D. Bassett 8
records of the for the season
James Holmes, Jr., Surprised.
James Holmes, Jr., of Nassau road, was given a surprise party at his home last Saturday afternoon and evening. The time was very pleas¬ antly spent in games and dancing, at the end of which delicious refresh¬ menis were served. Among those present were: Misses Hilda Van Sic¬ len, Alice Siegman, Haseltine Tavlor, Edith Totten, Gertrude Griffiths. Mar¬ garet Kelly, Greta Albright, Lottie Tydeman, Hazel Harpell, Madeline Denton. Fred Gentles. Beatrice Holmes. Maud Nooman, Alfred Cam¬ eron, Harry W. Jones, Norman Phll¬ lipa, Martin Oechner, Christopher Hammer, 4tthn Ryan. Allan Morrell. Gerard Ortman, Oliver Holmes and James Holmes.
Roosevelt Fire Department Report
OFFICERS OF DKFARTXEHT INV FTE PUIBIC INSPECTION OF THEIR RECORDS—APPRECIATE CONFIDENCE PLACED IN THEM BY TAXPAYERS—HERE IS COPY OF REPORT RECENTLY FILED WITH TOWN BOARD.
Kooseveit. N. Y.. March i. iii». To the Town Board of the Town of Hempstead, N. Y.: . j »,
The RooseveU Flre Department of Rooaevelt. Town of Hempstea.d. Nassau County, N. Y., hereby makes a'report of its reoulpts and expenditures under and by virtue of a written contract made and existing between It and the sala Town for flre protection al Roosevelt, aforesaid, as follows:
March 1. 1916, amount on hand .;,• • v; V = *
April 1, 1916, on or about, received from Hiram B. Smith, as Super- „„^ .„
visor of the Town of Hempstead, under aforesaid contract 1.000.00
Total amount received • H.000.00
By R')o.»evelt Hose Co. .No. 1:
April 28—Nasaau Light and Gas Co., merchandise »6.00
June 8—J. F. Tweeddale, lettering on hose wagon 3.50
July 8—A. E. Hellmeyer. application blanks 4.00
April 17—R. & A. H. Seabury, Interest on note 21.00
July 1—Alex Zlermann, painting; on hose wagon 20.00
2—A. Greensword, horse hire In Golden Arc 2.50
The Franklin Banner Co., stencil plate 3.55
.Nassau Light, gas bill .75
Oct. 'J—John Olson, lire hats, boots and hose spanners 53.00
1—Halllday & Edwards, moving house 40.00
Creedmore Hose Co., bell 14.00
Carting bell 2.15
.Nassau Light Co., gas 3.60
Howard W. Helm, one seal 2.00
i:;—Stephen Beck, hardware and paint 3.92
George Dennis, carting rubber goods to house .67
Xov. ">—Harry Wider, carting bell to house 3.00
:(.— Alfred A. Denton, carpenter work and lumber on flre
Oct. lli—Nassau and Suffolk, gas pipe to hoiLse 11.55
Dec. 23—Emi)ire Rubber and Flre Co., new hose 65.00 •
R. & A. H. Seabury. Interest on note 21.00
Jan. 1—Theo. Bedell, Iron work on wagon 1.85
By Itussell Hose Co. Nm. :': 1915.
.\prll 19—F. .1. Shahali.in. hose wagon t25.00
May 21—Ben. Bedell, brass painting and repairs on wagon.. 45.0(1
June 9—J. F. Tweedale, painting and labor on wagon 22.30
.'!0—Wm. G. Mliler. insurance on bufldlng. . 6.00
18—J. K. Koklmler. new rojie on wagon 2.30
Julv 12—Kureka Flre Hose Co., new hoso 65.00
Underwriter I'lay 4.00
I Salary foreman
I Repairs supt. house
' Plants and bulbs
I I'.-iinting iron fence
j Insurance compensation
Repair of roads
I Repairs .-
Care of private lots
' Salaries of trustees
Receipts . . Expenses .
Balance on hand $8,746.68
All of which Is respectfully sub¬ mitted.
Dated, March 17, 1916.
TREDWELL P. ELDRED.
J. sp:ymour s.nedeker.
CHESTER A. FULTON,
We, the undersigned, composing the Hoard of Town Auditors of the Town of Hempstead, do hereby certify that we have this day met, pursuant to the statute, do hereby certify Ihat we have examined the accounts of money re¬ ceived and expended by the Trustees of (Jreentleld Cemetery, with full and complete vouchers, ftnd ^aid Trustees have received from all Bources Four¬ teen thousand two hundred and ninety- eight and 61/100 ($14,298.61) dollars, and have expended Five thousand five hundred and flfty-one and 83/100 ($6,661.83) dollars, leaving a balance on hand of Eight thousand seven hundred and forty-six and 68/100 ($8,746.68) dollars.
We also flnd that Ihe Trustees have tho following amount In their hands of legacies left and money deposited by Individuals for Ihe care of lots in said Greenfleld Cemetery, belonging to the estates named below, and the Interest still uncollected on said legacies, viz.:
Estate of Bolles $2,218.45
John H. Seaman '. 500.Of)
Henry Elderd and C. V. Cross.. 503.22
Maryette Matthews 604.31
Jerome Covert ^ 476.13
Benjamin Rhodes 316.62
Abram D. Rhodes 608.65
/.ophar and Marv T. Smith.... 866.42
Townsend B. Pettit 200.78
Emellne Gildersleeve 211.82
Phebe Jt. Anderton 157.?0
Susan Pettit 100 87
Kate Sammis 102.76
Carrie Phraner 600.00
Augusta M. Harper Son.oo
Mary C. Grim 200.00
Mary Mackay 500.0^^
Mary Augusta Seaman 300.00
Adam Seabury 300.00
Mary Sammis 300.no
Sarah B. Northrop 100.oo
Emma Southard 600.00
$9,866.«3 Dated, March 20, 191S.
L. X... BROWER. FRED. P. BENNETT. FRANK B. WHELDEN. Board of Town Auditors.
HoncB TO cRBorroita.
PURSUANT TO AN ORDER OP HOM HENRT SELDEN WELLER, tempor¬ ary surrogate of the County of Nass«D notice Is hereby given to all persona having claims against Sidney S. Ja.ck son. late ot the Town of Hempstead, tc the said county, deceased, to presenl the same with vouchers thereof, to th< subscribers the executors of the lasl will and testament of said deceased, at their piace? of transacting business a.'. tjie oflice ~5»f James M. Seaman, Wan¬ tagh. New York, on or before the IStb day of April next.
Dated. Mineola. N. Y.. Sept. 11. 111*. JAMES M. SEAMAN, JENNIE L. JACKSON,
Executors. HARRY G. CLOCK. Attorney for th« Executors, Corner Merrick Road an4
Church Street. Freeport. N. Y.
'¦ ^OTIFk'TO the 9lh day of Feb¬ ruary, 1916, I, the undersigned, tln' referee In said judgmenl named, will sell at public auction on the
1ST OAY OK APRIL, 1016, .'It the Rotunda of tho County Court House, at Mineola, Nassau County, .New York, at 10.00 o'clock in the forenoon of that day, the premises directed by said Judgment to be sold and lhi-rd. Second thirty days 2 per cent, will be added and 25 cents for noiice. On and after May 4th, 1916, 6 per cent, wlll be added and 25 cents for notice.
All laxes are payable at the Receiver's Offlce up lo June lst, after which date they are payable at the County Treas¬ urer's Offlce at Mineola, .N. Y., with an extra percentage added therelo.
In payment of taxes through thc malls, please send Certifled Check or Money Order. Money or I'ostage Stamps by mall not accc-pted for Taxes.
All Tax Bills, Receipts or Correspond¬ ence to be sent by mall, must be accom¬ panied by self-addressed Envelope and Stamp.
Hate Per $I004W.
State Tax ' $0.27
County Tax 61
Town Tax ]2
Road Tax 20
Board of Health Tax , .02
Baldwin Flre Maintenance Tax... .07
Merrick Flre Maintenance Tux 08
Roosevell Fire Maintenance Tax. . . .08
Hewlett Bay Flre Tax 06
.New Hyde Park Flre Tax 12
Valley Stream Flre Tax 12
Woodmere Flre Tax 30
Baldwin Light Tax 32
Franklin Square Light Diitrict... .16
Inwood Light Tax 32
I>awrence North Light District 43
Merrick Light Tax 40
New Hyde Park Light Tax 11
Roosevelt Light Tax TS
South Hempstead Light Tax •ZO
South Side Light Tax .40
Valley Stream Light Tax 34
Woodmere Light Tax 30
Rast Hempstead Light T^x 30
Woodlawn Terrace Light Tax 60
Hempstead Gardens Light Tax 22
West Hempstend Light Tax $6
Woodmere-H'ewlett Light Tax 22
Baldwin Water Tax 22
I^wrence North Water District.. .14
Ncw Hyde Park Water Tax 10
Merrick Water Tax 20
Roosevell Wafer Tax 24
Inwood Water Tax 08
Dated February l»th. 191«.
JOSEPH H. FOSTER, Receiver of Taxes.
:IT!l^kEMK gOiTRT. .VASSAO COlTNTr:
— Mary Lehlng. Plaintiff, aKainst Charles Forrester, .ilso known a« CharKe O, Forrester, und others, De¬ fendants.
In pursuance of a Judgment of fore¬ closure and sale duly made and enter¬ ed in the abovv entitled actinn ana bearing date tht^ tenth day of Jtarcli, 1916, I, the undersigned, the referee In said judgmenl named, will aell at pub¬ lic auction to the highest bidder in the corridor or tne nassau Coaniir Court House, situated at Mineola, Lonff Island, New York. County of NasSAW and State of New York. lOn the
XSTH DAV OF .VPRIL, 1M«; at ten o'clock In the forenoon. th« premises direeied by said jadgment to be sold and therein descrlbedf as fol¬ lows:
All that certain piece or parcel of land,-with the buildings and Improve¬ ments thereon erected, situate, lyinff and being at Baldwin's, in the Town <^ Hempsiead, Nassau County, and Stat* of New York, bounded and described ma follows:
Beginning at Ihe southwesterly cor¬ ner thereof, al a point made liy th* intersection of the noriherlv line of the highway called Thomas Avenue with the easterly line of the highway called Harrison Avenue, and thence running; northerly along and adjoining said east¬ erly line of the said Harrison .Avenue two hundred (200) feet, ihence run¬ ning easterly in a straight line parallef with tho afore.sald Thomas .Vvenue ninety-two and 6/12 (92 6/121 feet, thence southerly In a direct line to a stake two hundred (200) feel, more or less, to the noriherly line of said Thomas Avenue, thence running west- • lly along and adjoining tin- northerly- line of said Thomas .Vvenue eighty-two and C/12 (82 6/12) feet to the point or plaee of beginning, and containing all the land within the said bounds.
Dilled, March 14th, 1916.
JERE.MIAH WOOD, Ref( r. e. C. .«i: T. PERRV. I'lalntllTs Altorneys.
Office and Post OITice Aildress, No,
H47, .Manhattan .Vveiuie. Hrooklyn.
.NOTICE TO CREDITORS
PURSUANT TO AN ORDER OP HoST.
SELDEN WELLER, Temporary Sur¬ rogale of Ihe County of Nassau, notlee Is hereby given lo all persons havins claims against Thomas E. Mills, late of the Town of Hempsiead, In Ihe said counly. deceased, to present the same with the vouchers Ihereof, to the sub¬ scriber, the administrator of the gooda^ chattels and credits of said deceased, at her i)Ittce of transacting business at the ofllce of Elvin N. Edwar-i. Freeport, New York, on or before the 25th dav of April, next.
Dated. Mineola. N. Y., Sept. 23, IJia, ELIZABETH V. MILLS.
Admlnlstrater; HI.VIN N. i;nWARDS, Attorney for Adl-
minlsiralor, 1-7 Railroad Avenue^
Freenorl. N. Y.
NOTICK TO CREDITORS.
PURPUANT TO AN ORDER OF HON. HE.NRY SELDEN WELLER, tempor¬ ary surrogate of Ihe County of Nassau. notice is hereby given to all persons having claims against Townsend Haff, lale of the Town of Hempstead, in the salll county, deceased, to present the same with the vouchers thereof, to the subscriber, the administrator of the goods, chattels and credits of said de¬ ceased, at her place of transacting busi¬ ness at the otIice of ('lock & Seainan. Freeport, .New York, on or before the Ulh day of April, next.
Dated. Mineola. N. Y.. Sept, 21. l»lfc. MARY E. HAFP'. Administralor. CLO(."K & SEAMAN. Attorneys for Ad¬ ministrator, Freeport, Long Island. .New York.
DAILY TROLLEV TIME TABLK. Mineola -Uronklyn Divlsloa.
Le.-ive Hempstead, Main and Front Sts..:
Southbound at 4.30, 4.45. 6.16, 6.3« a., m.; then every 30 minutes thereafter until 11.00 p. in. 12.00 a. m. to RockvUI* Cenire only.
Northbound al 6.30 a. m., and every 30 minutes thereafter until 12.00 a. aa.
Last car leaves City Line, Brooklyn,, for Hempstead at 12.46 a. tn.
A flfteen-minute headway Is operated between Rockville Centre and Brook¬ lyn as follows: Week days, except Sun¬ days, leave Grant and Liberty strectA. Brooklyn, 6.00 a. m. till 9.16 a. m.; the* 2.45 p. m. till 7.45 p. m. Sundays. 1*.M N. tin 8.46 p. m.
Hrmpatrad-Jamalra Division. Leave Hempstead, Main and Front Sta.::
Westbound at 6.30 a. m.. and every 30 minutes thereafter until 11.30 p. aa. Sundays, 6.30 a. m., and every 36 min¬ utes thereafter until 11.30 p. m.
Eastbound, 6.16 a. m., and every •• minutes thereafter until 12.16 a. a^ Sundays, 7.15 a. m., and Ihen the sam* schedule as week days.
Jerlrho PIkr DIvIsIod. Leaves Mineola. Boulevard and Olfl Country road:
Westbound. 5.30 a. m.. and every SV minutes thereafter until 9.15 p. nt.. then 10.15 and 11.15 p. m. Sundays^ flrst car. 6.15 a. m., Ihen same scbedat* as week days.
Leave Jamaica, Fulton and Washlnste^ streets:
Eastbound, 6.30 a. m.. and every M minutes thereafter until 10.00 p. rm.; then 11.00 ji. m. and 12.00 a. m. Sun¬ days, flrst car, 7.16 a. m., Ihen saase schedule as week davs.
.L M^JtODDARR ^P*:^
TIIE NEW YORK AND .NORTH SHORM TRACTION COMPANY.
Time Table J-,..
Leave Merrick tor New York, Peaat. aylvanla Htatlon, Brooklyn and la.»^. all.18 p. m.; 12.17 aZ.OI night. Sunday* —6.31, a9.20 a. m.; 12.29, 2.30, af.ia.. a8.66. a9.02, nil.14 p. m.; al.44 nirht.
I<*ave New York, Peanaylvnnia St»v tloa, for Freeport. Merriek aad prliM8^ pal Intermediate atationai Week oaya—~ n3.60 X5.I2. 7.06. 8.36. yll.OO a. m.i SI12.26. sll.25. 2.00, 3.00 .4.07, 14.46, B.e» 16.33. 6.64. 6.16, 8.60, 7.10, y«.10, 1».H[ 11.30 p. rn , 1.10 night. Sundaya—4.»»,/ 8.25. 11.34 a. m.; 1.40, 2.68. 8.02. •.»«, 10.17 p. m.; 12.33 night.
aTralns run to Babylon only.
lExcept holidays. ''
nNo Brooklyn connection.
iRrcppt Saturdays and holldaya
xTraln runs Mondays only. '
yTralns run lo Freepori only.
Trains leave Brooklyn. Fiatbnib Ava« nue S'ai lon. about the aame time aa- those shown from New Yorh, PenaMryi- -vajiia Btatlon. This time table eg'' to change without notlee.