Clipped From The Miami News
NEW COASTWISE LINE TO START -IAIAM1SERVIGE Lambert Co. Promises to Handle All Freight Shippers Offer Regular steamship freight service between Miami and Atlantic and gulf ports will start this month as a re eult of the city traffic commission's granting the Lambert Transportation Co.. inc., of Xew York, docking facil ities at the foot of E. Flagler . st., Where water is now 18 feet deep, ac cording to members of the commission. "We can furnish bottoms to move freight here from any ports up to the capacity of Tort Miami, officials ,of the corporation, promise. The first vessel in the new service, the freighter Santa Eulalia, is expected to sail from New York with 4.000 tons of cargo Nov. 28. Three steamers will be used in the service at"- first, maintaining weekly sailings. Later, according to officials of the corporation it is expected to make the service daily. The corporation has six large lighters in Havana now and will bring th.-m to Miami, the first two arriving Nov. IS and the others between them and Xov. 26. A tugboat for iue in the corporation's service left Philadelphia Armistice day for Miami. . Officials of the corporation say thfy have made permanent arrangements for Miami river warehouses nri'.U capacity of 10.000 tons of freight. About 1.000 feet of dock i3f will be available for the corpor-j njio!!. according to inemoers ot tae commission. According to present plans, heavy freight will be unloaded from the Meamers onto the dock while the lighter freight will be unloaded onto the barges and towed up the Miami river to the warehouses. Decision of the traffic commission to grant the line facilities necessary if the service were to be started, followed a month's negotiation and thorough investigation. Interests of the line here have been represented by C. D. Harryman, Miami representative of the Lambert Transportation Co Capt. John W. McGrath of the Atlantic Coast Ship-pSnsrCo. and the American & Cuban SSteamship line and E. C. Gedney, manager of the Atlantic Coast Shipping Co. The new service is the second steamship concern whose decision to start operation of freighters to Miami became known within the last 'four or five days. The name of the other line Iiflfc not jbcen made public, but unconfirmed I though reliable report has it that the jline-will operate five freighters be-jtween Miami and Xew York, the first of the vessels to dock near Meteor Transport & Trading Co. terminals Tuesday. About T0 stevedores for the new line are already in Miami, according: jto the report. Although efforts to lo cate them here have failed. Richard J. Butler, for many years head of the International Longshoremen's association of Xew York, and W. J. MLls. fornyr'y associated with the T'nited Fruit Co., are prominently connected with the unknown line, according to press dispatches from New York. in Nassau Without First Family9 Is Rule Exception Residents of New Providence Island Uninterested In Lineage NASSAU. Bahamas. Nov. 14. Nassau is one city in the world with-ts-nt ancestor who "help build this out ft First Family. Xo one here traces his lineage back to the far dis town. History gives the answer a ratbei interesting one.- Settlers from the Bermuda island found their way into the Bahamas in the seventeenth century and settled FOR KEY LARGO OCEAN FRONT LARGO GUARANTY 175 East . Henry H. CERTIFIED PUBLIC INCOME TAX ; 1 ? - I T'OOM 221 ANNOUNCE THE OF MIAMI UNDER THE MR. D. E.