The Mid-ocean
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Title: The Mid-ocean
Uniform Title: Mid-ocean (Hamilton, Bermuda)
Portion of title: Mid ocean
Physical Description: v. : ; 39 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: Hamilton Bermuda
Creation Date: October 28, 1924
Frequency: semiweekly
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: Bermuda -- Hamilton
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1899.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 35 (Sept. 18, 1899).
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Edited by S. S. TODDINGS, B.A., Fort), Years Owner and Editor of "The Bermuda Colonist" From 1869 to 1911; Founder and Editor of "THE MID-OCEAN" since 1911.

Vol. 14,--No. 4, tIAMILTON. BER1111TDA, TUESDAY. OCTOBER 28,1924. Price 3d. or 6 cents

At ,';esiou. after th-
1111111ME. (---f llli laer day of nl,eting
had been read and confirmed. Ni r.
Speaker r.441od th- follo"Ing niescage
from Hk-! Excellence the G.Ovel-nol.-
Nte-a.-e No. 4.
The Goveruorjuv; the honour tc.
forward herewith. fur the infornia-
lion of the Honourable Houe of A-
senibly. thl ao:ompanin, Reporr h%,
tho Reielver General. dated 240, 0. -
lober. ilion-Iniz the- R,:-veouv oull Ex-
peuditure fir the mouth of Septm.
ber. 19'24. and th, halane in I 11.
Tr.:-amr at tli, --n(l oi that month
Public Buildingi. Hamilton.
'14th OttohLr. I'L24.
Report of Reenue and Epeuditure
to#- September.
According' to the report tranqruit-
led %xith lite G'oc-rnor*t ni&,sage. the
balance in the Treazury ar the r-nd of
August %%as V66.714. 5. it.
Re,--ekt)t-x at Hauiflton during Sep-
tember amounted to E2u.411.1. If,. 11);
1.91 St. Georpe'. 94.S41j. it. 11 Total.
C25.20o. to. it.
Payrrient: Hamilton. C 2 u. 9 il 0.
19. 5; St. Gvorg(-'. C2.-Ilx. 1. ,. To-
tal. E23.219. 1. 1.
ShOWiUV 0 _ndit oil the trarjar-
tion,3 of the nionth Of Septemberr Of
22040.- If4. ,. and a halanco in% th(
Treasury at the end of the uiol3th
of M.755. 1. S.
Compared with the re-turn fL)) the
corresponding nionth lam 1.ar th.
revenue 8how-i an iocreai- of E2.1,43 '
1,1. -3: thr- expt-nditure. a decrea-;e of

15,449 9. 1. and lbe balame in ifte
reasitr an increapp of 936.71.1f). 9.

Included in tli* expenditure fco r
September. 1923. iva4 a uni of
214.Pi- oil ac-,outit of,,i-du,tinn on
loan; oruilting this .3urn. tho expen-
diture in September, 1924 shows an
increase of E2,74TI.
Report of Select Conninit(ee'
Mr. Watlingtoo presented a Re-
port front the Committee appointed
(in the 14th Nla la6t to report on the
expediency of gratiring relief to Lueni-
ber-3 of the Imptrrial Arni Fo r.: Ps.
who are _ztibJect to British Imperial
Ineomo Tax. in the inatt,r of th-ir
conivibution to the Revi-nuc- of tim-
Colony 'i
Mier giinL a gr-at it-sal cof,.vnid-
eration to the siibje(t "and' realiz-
ing that the I)L-68e13Ce Of Fill- Ilnr)el'!al
Army FU1'4:0';.k 11OW of Vtldl- tij tlli.4
colon. nut"only on 0.,OL1111 of mun-
ey-3 spent bN their iticthiflual nieni-
bers and the Inigi- -,xpenditur" 1, th,
Imperial, Govrnniimt. 11. E. -. .
tablishnient entail- but in many,
other -:Z fl'010'
%thich at-..- itic-alculbbl-. rhL contillit-
tee have no ti-ititkin in re'.1in-ini.:-rid-
ing the adoption of leLi-lation %A hich
will afford relief in tht. pi-nike, to
thia Imperial Arni Furc.-s -tationeil
The :cale of vrupo,,-ird by th-r
select committee is i)a--7(J U111:111 t1w
scale of relief granted by [lie Jamnia
-Governnient under the proviion of
"A Law to Provide an Allowanc, for
hIllitarv Officr-rs Non Conitnij.3iaui.d
OfficeIrs' and men in li-u oT exemption
front certain, import duri-7-i". iich
scalf. running froni 14 It a da-% to S 6
a nionth.
Second Reading of Bills.
Two Bills-"Tbe Rigistratiqpn Art
iNo. 21. 1!124." and -Thp Br-ard of
Trade A%:[. 1924."-both in charg- of
Mr. Conyers. were reipe,:tiel read
the second tini(-. conjid,rvd in coui-
Lnittee. reported.and id(--)pted by the
House and oudered to be engroqsed.
AddreN to Goernor Presented.
Mr. Sp-Fiker statid -that His E%,.--el-
leney the Governor tent a message to
the House on thii. lqst day Of Meeting
to inform the Hcpkie that. he would
reeeive the- arldrei- in rply tco' his
9peech at 2.31) o'(lock to-day. Hk
Honour invite:d the HOLH,, therefoi-.
to accompany hini it) the Council
Chamber to prps,nt the addr"i's it)
the Coverlior.
Con!yideration Of Governor's Miles-
sage, No. 9.

On motion of Nil% Spurling. the
'House, in Committee of the %%hol
Houqp, c-o as i d e red t h e Governor's
I sag(-. No. 14. relating ti.) a claim
by the Miniwo' of P,wslons on a(-
(_-o6nt Of Private 'vililloughtly, B.V.
Mr. Spor] enclosures
iug read the
.gboyv-_.L.hht at intervals from October
'jjP'6Ab%-n to 1924, the soldier
bad received assl6tance
t bhou, g h t b ( Nlinistry of PensiOD9,
f-h 6 charges for tbe same amounting
Ift the aggregate to 2224. 16. 1. An
en0psure from tbe Bermuda Pension
CQiRmIsslotters certified to t li cor-

The House of Assembly.

1 The Supreme Court

Swan Jury Fails to Agree


It khl (*...I I% i4:14 --I und St. III v I I cet I low
Nini- Month, ;if 11ard Labour

,-LI upon nn oidit:rnini 6jurLing Linn
i;nd-i fa 1!: -
111f guift. and
Xnz Me k 1'. ", e 11 rl io.
J S 11 0CLlf it) 11
0101 surm. wh-1 a contrar-
fur. mag engaged 6y Air Geiqld H.
Way. a re3i vy3v aueur. to evy"te
Lrtain vvcwk. at -Deuh-igh". in Pa-
-XI (It,- tlid of the firt "(-,r1--.inL

',% h i, it I---- ior v-r-H(titc-ii or
th .-,f It. do."'. it I)d
21, A.1-, in -A hini,,If Be-
101 VOill'. hirli a ht-qkl- for File In-
tal imu "'M1.1i amolinted to V24. 1 t;..
Mr Gra hqukEd of Swan it he no i
p. n :, I i f 1, i r k in -:- n 11; a day
:- 11. 11fill Ou [he rM '
li-ft [ Th.- (k feu(jant I -jdje.:j h(-
-nn oad u1j..-n thk Qtwenient. Ni r.
'-'.rn. zo hc, adf,ved. influtnced
11.) pav file "niolint 'tIld life! .1-,.
f MI. Gra.i Imetisiate,



I'llhillill. III.. IIII. I'M 1,1111 pill Ih Ill, 11111, IL111,11111, Ill 1,1111

Sport News

... ................

Rugby Alatch To-morrow

aft,iuron. ill, R ki III.
x of 111, Bernillda Arlil.-ti.-.
rion iiid tak,_- the fleid -,gainzt th,
RticLc -r tc-ain of H M 1; Con-l;inl E ,I
th B A A. 1-1 1 Ill. Po no I I ro 1,; NA, ii- t.
The. Eik-off v; -cheduled for
,)'I. I o c k.
On Thurm;daN. the B.A.A. Football
team wIll mit-et the Staff and Drplirt-
ment;; XI in a frilludly niatch ar rh
B A.A Fild. bEginning at 2.21, P.m.
Thp firr inateh (if ili-7 t:;-


Prinv- Ali f-d Eluukq. v -z iri-jigup-1
--n :,n inili-tirii: `nt -.horplng hini %xith
it, -%ping grievl)u In-dill, havill and
12 1 a,,4,n u It oc ea ion i ng r, I- t u.t I 1)..-d I! v
harni. And pleaded guiltv to tit-.- -oom I
count I)fNhl indicinienr Th- Crown
w, _(-EptEd tit.- plt:,i Tli,:. pri-on.:r.
h.id ljas-til Ill- f-ttli It %liati '11-
leged had Iwill o wti- tKirl ., hand in
tha MtLlien fir-. iairniniz it painivilly
and sic-ve re 1 11.7 L U U If .1 krifling Pil.
fering .:In tit,. 011141', p., rr
.1 r-If JU,30(k? (ou.
Hk Honour thp chl.
tkniurd the prkoner', niodt of punijj-
ment in iivwirous and evere tprin:z
And atmuied Dunlop that bi, age aloue
saed him from corporal punishnicur
His' Honour then seritt.-m-ed thp pi-is(.u-
er to tWeIVP ku PHOOL) ME-L) L
with hard labour.

siouer-3' de-dred that in futuie. the
Minklr of Pi4 -11.jion-; %% ou Id Ina k p
prompt appli(Ation for I I I trd- -zettle-
nient --if any claim clue b this

Th.: c: o in no i t ; e e, 4 re(: o in m t n da t i o n
was approlit-d by the Hou.;e.'aud I,,-
ter in thf? afternoon. Air. Spfirling
introduced a rpolve to provide the
Governor's Messne No. 23
Collsi(fel e(f.
This ordor %%a.3 in chargi, of Ill r.
J. P. Harid, on vkrlios uitltion th"
Hoiiie went into voulwittee of t 11,a
N% hole t o qconid.:-r (lic
The enclotzur.:- accouipauyins t ii._
nieosagp had been ,:ubruitted by th-
Board of Agriculture to the Ex-:-cii-
tivtr and forwarded to thp House by
flie 6ovc-unor., The Board propo,-7,1
thp rv.-rgaulzation I.)[ the :4t.,iff of I'lip
DePRVIIIInl of Agricultiii- Aft.-r
rovdiwy thta i3n( loqiii-e-i Ou-..
- and explaining th c i r,' i i tit t a it c
under ilihich th-7 %%ork if vertilin ljffi-
Oak, of thp rk-partjut-nt had I11L1'4fI1t_--1
and t1w for an addition o-
th, 1 .11 :t. itY. M r. Hind
Thot it b- reoo tit niL i1iii-ij r.) ill-
Hout tip Make 6:11 Hir f-A,
I I I An Acrieultural Supprintonilt7 Lit
at a talai-Y Of MIF 1 of) DIIOW-
ancei in the place of Firtzi or Second
Agricultural A,iqtant at aljrk- ..if
1:3511 and E25ii :
12l An increase,. b v annuol i it.- ro.
rnent of Elio. of Uu in thf. .,Iary of
the Ch:-rk:
0 A Str-toographr-ir a n, I Jtiui-:.t-
CIPrk .-it I ,alar% (if .075.
141 To nineild thF. Agricultural In.
spe r,
_cti-ru Act. No. V. fli2l. o a tu
,a I That tho Atkaant in-pector of
Prodit.-e hall be paid At a iate tvr
evediuf. tw"nty shillinc-i a da) :
II)i That the sub-ktence allowance
of the Inspector and Asktanir lnpec-
tnr hall bv queh as tbt- Board itony
fre.ni tinie to tiuie dererraive.
Mr. Spurling wotd a An .111lipLid-
n-..:iir to tit,? motion-
Mr. Spurlina moved to anienil the
motion by 9triking Out qll after the
word "Hott-Fe" and to insert in-tead
thrreof the wc-rd-:-
'-to refer the Governor's M,,-ago N.j.
23 to the Committee appointed on 2ad
JL113e lat to consider thei calarl" etc.
of Public Offlc-(-.rs- which was if-
XVhal h.:- ugppstpd. lip thoiighr.
%iould be the preferal-14. lielli :I-. In I
would insur,, uniformity in the grad-
ing of salarie-3 of public officers.

.Liu also coinL to 4- Nulk rlci%-. Tit.~
Swan then iwotpsted lie had
had to furui.3h ali material and thr-
toolq and (OUld not W01-h- IM. k-'
thait he ha d c it a rg ed. NI r 0 ra y
maci- out the checlue to -uit hini-

Ili (ross-xanlination Sviin di:uir-d
Mr. Gray's qtrtt,niem in Lldell lie
.aid. he had told film tit- inen rv-
-ace, Qli
.eivr-d the %t n 4:1 u t 11 E 1)
A t 11 U e 0 f t I 1 0 -7 11 n g'
thf, i'otirt adjniirw.-d to -Monda-% morn
Mondei.%, Oct. 27.
X'hen court aqspnibled o,tprdn%
morninp. th vasi-m- of Rex. %,-?, Swau
was 1:0PtinUPd. Previous to ths- At-
lorney (_.;eneral's summing up for tit,-
Crown. II ir A B. Rennie presented
the ri-3f- for the defeur- in an ad-
dr-s %xhich Hi. Honotte the Chi-f
Jiiqti((- characterized ,.; Nit-
Pennic.-*, defen(e %%,I one of tlj. moit
logical and 1),st pre.;enred that ha
been offered at thP term of court.
He attacked Nir. (-.;ray'-; ruotives in
bringing this ([large and in "the al-
most su.;p1c ionsly ac-eu rate data"
whirb Ali,. Grn had collected it) til)-
port his case acainst Svan So ef-
fe(LiVE- Was INIF. Rennie's address and
his expounding of the law regardini
dec-eption and SeLUI'Illg inoney under
false pretent.-s that the jUry, deqpite
the Avorney Geueral's vigorr-Lis 911111-
niing tip. cioild not agree ou a %-r-
d it: t. and atier thret. hour,.i' dt-Albera-
I io u. cattle into court to report []tell-
itinbility to rt-ach an agrreruvnt.
Th-- Chief Ju,;Iif.e ordr-rd the jklr
back to the jury rourn fur an extra
hour' delibi-:-ration. at the end o f
they n-portd ;till t
unal.!- to re u %Ar
ach a verdict a d t 11
clicharged. -,'-3%van will he re, riell.
probahly to-day.
I'lip n%t cn.;e nn,; that of Rex. vi,
Ail:in. harpt-A With lLnlg%%'-
ful %%ounding, and the folloving jury
was Vmpanelled to try the accused. I
wilo pleaded not guilty to the indict- I
nient: Ernest Al. Astwoud. Jas. Stan-
I&y Jone-3, Frederick Hollis. frenjin-
rain William White Barnett, Julian
Ho "al,,patti-r-ion. Horace Under-
nidn rman, Walter Stanley Fish-
er. David Stuart Robinson. Hen ry
James Til(ki:-r, Francis Harvey Ed-
mondqon. Charles Gibson. Charle-4
Erazt!Ls Astwood. Foreman: Air. H.
J. Tocker.

'r -the Attorney feqt.1-P! Lin d
statdwhat the prosecution pre-
parqd. to prove, Gilburn Austin wa 1
va I lt-d to the stand. Austin was the t
roqu', upon wboni AtIcLus niacli Wit fe-
lt uq tt-,Lk. He testified that lie
L va-ijbird cool, board the Vhigiiecto:

Nli'lie6 the -hip waz in Bermuda on
h.7r laqt northbound voyage-Oct. 2.
-he had an argtiment with the a(-
ekiied about 11 p.m. (.ertain mem-
lier-4 of the erew were engaged in Coll-
%-.' -r-;atiou [lie ac -cui;ed qpproncll
ed Itiew tm deck and precipitated a
fluarrel bemoen bhuself and th wit-
130si. He told of the attack upon
hiru 1) the atoru-3pd. who Cut. him with
a razor. Thp -;ear waslht-n tr-xhibit-
ed to th-- jurv.
Rtlilying [4.1 111le3tiOD-3 ILlt I).% tll'
Autin said that. he had no
linif, in lit.; hand at the little of tllt
attauk. Atkin, ruingled que-;tions
and in a vigorous effort
to e,&tablih Ili-; innocence. After .9
f ew qile-itioui by His Honour t lie
(%-,ef Justice. cle-;igned to clear tip
obsiurv point-3 in lils evidfrice. I It
witnesc wa. excused.
Not a Dangerous Wound.
1jr. Wilkinson wa-. next called to i
give evidence as to the utitill.t. of the
Wound Wilkil lie had trtat---d vkh,n
Austin called on hint on the night of
the, assault. The physician said that i
Autin %ai suffering f6om. an incised I
,ij-0111ij cIn tilt. right gide of the neck, J
abt: -ut two and a half inches long. ex- i
iendinL llol-iz(jntaII3-. through the I
.,kill but no deeper, cutting two niall i
arteries. He said it was a slight
wound, one which he would not char-'
acti:-rize ns dangerous. and had been
i nflicted I)y a sharp in..trutnent:
(iue;toued by the Chief Juitice and
the Assistant Justice, the witness
.-tclded that he bad taken three qtitch-!
es in the wound to check the bleed-
in g ., ,, I 1 1, ? I I
H-witt Costello, a steward, was
next called. He had been on watch
at the time of the assault, and had
heard Austin cr), out, "I'm cut", but
had seen no struggle. He also testi-
fied thatthe two men bad been in-
'Voli&ed in an argument &-short time
previous to the attack that evening.
Questioned by the accused. Costello
said that he had seen no Unife in the
accused's hand. and denied that he
1 A : A t i It n i ra r q k P n ern m

A fl V- ghl 3 13 1 u i a k I i 12 a
10 ti 1 A Fjub-. ig 11",
All' wcit-kuin.
I U t 11 1 111. ri. LIL: 11 i I a t" of P13-
-i I a y u V V... rin I( I
. I] I be i n A.
1 J -. 14 -. I _, -. ". U .1 a lid
I If cl r C. U IY C, U c v f I [I III v. .1 E-i % I n V
r-1. da3 On th,

.)Ulf. W ith tll,:- th"ll' a bo
u a ri i d Ha I t u a I I a z -_.. I for at the
rel- of 1, day of at 11;
J :.,-- in t li,:. 6 r- r in-;Iali-'-
vjrill -!I I it lit Sw iij -,r
ilt- l -, r. i I A r it,
rrdl rile
froul III,- '--It- --n I ht fl r r
-.e k, [1.1 y ro 11 Q I I i !.-m I I0.3el"
I 10 1% % 1'. b d It i i I I -- I I --i Alr. G rav
that It.- lit ri, l1w .- 1 iiii"
N 1 1' r f it --d It I I I i un,.l
0 ': li 10 1., 1 r.,, v *;; %% ,, I t j!. I -,I t f
16 I' day. 1) u 1. EUVO him .1 1: beq Ll.
for rlo -filuivok-ni 4,f what tll. LnPn
tlie.i reueived. H.:- .1l'o dedu(:t-
11,1.1 Plild 41 -:in th
k [-111 JLI C- L. r
.d th am...wir '% ititl'Lll PIW-:-t clUd

Poha Gained litl Defence.
UIY)- Lilitin tiori of All'. v
t0illi-l for iii-f dtf-nir hr.jilt-lit (-,Llr
tli_- f.i,.r, thir S-,%an had brfn hired
in th ir of a -:onrva.ti)v. hail
I LI t U 1- 0 h 1 red th(-.. othtv LuEn and.
ol-o- had f(pitill all nuut,_rial I it d
I NIr (:vov deui(ad I Lin i v, hen
raj. (_)f
"'%Jll ;Jill v, lin r
H.- ,iid. odd*-! AI (-:I o .
Ila I I I. %Ilol 11, 1.,A lloll r)a;fl
NI I- Cla admittvil that
ebliE-11 It) 11,1 sruill
e r
Y,.' lit I ia i I,:,:. h irti. lint I,.:- io L.-
ddt:-rv.d ;v..in', ti., L-A l hint
tr-abbill- vji.,r it.- I-o r,-1 I li- %k m k mv-U
a It hou h it % n i u It~ I `x.an' 1
ill,-,- 1-1 1,11 hou it ao nom- of III,

r I N1 v.
o r it ii- mrand to,- ti-iii

to rh 1'011 Lit i-:,y they had e,.',eitied
%%Idle -lnqdoi-d I)ySwan onthe Den-
Ig Vi 1) It f nI -E Xi Ill 1101,111() n
r. f t I v, I r it It i it i i -z 11 r t .:i I I v i I t
t ho I if
nw:- lit f.iiiiric.ii AL. tjl_il- le.-,%

At-f-u-4-d Tikes lhe Stand.
Swan took tlip" witness Aan'd in
Iii- u%% n .nd deposed to lw-inq
-tain work at -Du-
I!.,:. terms of tli .:.)n-
I. raq I It.- t :, supply, all material
oud tin-l c-ugage the workmen,.
H %ia, -, I,, ._ ive v-_,?kIy lpauiut 3
te, r-tjahk lijul Pte carr.% l-n tile kork.
No ralL

Th- hii Nit- Gl'a not
v.irh In jo.-.jilut hut wjl.
told th- tini-- tli-- men had worked,
-1 1.11i- V idL rile prices, he copied
(I o vv u. On thiz; wiq:a4ion Air. Gra-
-idv 1 -:1 to I i I ui. -is t ht 1, -,% Lm t h.: iun
and [I.:- i-vrilied. -tbat i my
cliargE-. h- ui,_utiond ri(-_)thing what-
e%,?r 3hieuL tli(--- uin roceivine- 16,,- a
d a y. Air. gav,.- him a (.-hequt
for E 2 4 11'. .-a ud nothing more was

Ne%% Vei-ion ()f'tl)e Hart Story.

For the week's work, Nit-.
(;ray %az pri-,-rntvd with' a -bill on
%%hnh h- %vaz tharged the -pie ,
the prtvioui e%-. eFitiriL, in the
,_azi_:- of a boy nJnid Hart.. Ha vt
%vv,; a u a p r; I-" u r I and had been ni -
jdo"d on a Lilan's work the week
pr-viou4 and Air. C;ray bad bee n
clin rged ac(:ordingly. DurinL the
z,cond wt-A he had done only minor
%%,jrk and had not been rated as high
,:,n int- roll. 'Wli-n pi-entv-d
vith a bill .,n thi- oct-a-Acin Nir. GVay
zaid. -dC1 Isu really pa), tli.se men
the--(- Swan replied, "that is
what I cargis-. Air. (;ra.N- then said,
7,1 kinov," what I am going to do about,
thl thinv. I know juit, what you
rlaN, the 111n- I gor it front them".
Witnt-ss tlltu told Mr. Gray. "It is
noLhing to tio with you what I pay
the men". N-Tr. Gray i hen said I am
going to &-ijuet from the previous
week and fl.o this week and just
pay you wbm you Eia the men; I

'16d VLCle th.-It XL14;tin hall belin eut
by hi ovu k a if -:- durine a ;trugglebn
the deck of the Cbiqnr(to. Ques-
tioned. be dnied that he had a razor
in hi- [land and that he hall hit Auq-
Fin. The razoir. fie -ztat-:-d. bad b-u
ll:p[ -for day4- and had lip(-n found
,itider his hunk.
Delendant's Waterloo.
The act. ued t hru called David Dal-
ton, a firenian tin the Chiolacclo to tes-
tify in hij defc-u.--e. but Elation could
Lontrihiit- lkttl of ialu- to the a(.-
c used'- d e f.- u,: e. Tile d.--fc-udant
ri,xt callpti Conrad Reid, l:juqrtt---rma-*-
t 1:r, and [here Iay llj; Iviterloo. Al'bat-
over cliau(l- Atkin-3 had to cecure an
a(:q1tittal wa; killed by tile evidenice
of Ills owu vlo niade sever-
M daluingiug -lst,nient, h---fort- lie
%%,Iq ex., lleod
The jur:i' kas then charged and
rotir,,tl. retatroing with a verdict of
puilty vyhf6 vourt convened in ill(--
afternoon. His HOnOL11', after von-
,111tin,52- with th Ao,.i-.31allt JUStICe.
1----d of nine niontlis at
Ilard labour. after Atkin. had made
Ell,-9 for

REX. VS. ENOS. (2nd. TRIAL).

When tile F-ae of Rex xg. Eldon
Traver Eno %ta; callf-d. it vin4 found
there Vere not sufficient eligible ju-
rurs to make tip the I)auel. and quni-
moucc- were iqgued for eli2ible -u-
rol- L301"calic-d for duty at this ss-
io n. Charle, P. Pitt. Edward Gcps-
Hn2. Kt:-nw-1h Triufln-hatu. Thoulas
Waduo. Theodore P. "'Hkin-4on. and
Jr-lall. H Cooper rvtre summoned to
"itend a,; jUl-0l':!. W ilkin-on
lud Cooper w..-t-(- dravn. a nd t tip
lier, were exi.iiqed.
TL.:- follo-wint.- %%flS I-111i'laUt-Iled
to t I-, 110,4 lse: -e.:i! H. Neave,
H it r.y 0. S. (3illiti-t. Rob rt J. L:Oug-
h it r t. Samuel V. Tucker. Frank E.
C it rr. Ernest 'M. Astwood. Henr.% J.
Tucker. Chirle, E. Astwood, James
.S. Ji.)n,--. David S. Robertzon. Joslah
Henr Cooper iforenlani. Theodore
Percival Wilkinon.
Thi wa, a retrial of ooe'vr tile
tnrly cj- on ill*, cal-audar. Enos
had bepu prl,%loiisly tried with Au-
hi-y Trott )it a eliargta of robbery,
and the jur heni-Lng that (a--c- con-
%ki"d Trott hut failed to rea-ch an
.. vi,r-nient zt to EL1012. *1
Nev% Point- in Evidence.
Till? tt-timolly given b.% tile st-it-ral
VVitile,31if-S Wag virtually a reoetition
oi' the eidence ElVell OD the fl rst
trial. tit(- only tic-liv point; broulght
ritit being Situonz.;' explanation that
he had Le(Lll--Ld a search -'Narrant in
tespoel oi Enim' reoztdenee-- -Keawe
Eno wab a newconier;. to Bailry's
Bay. had reared a hotle for an ex-
treniely high i-gite, and bail done no
work %vlille lie wa thel-E. tlm4 arous-

inz the su;.piclon of hl ut:-ighbour!.
Another lie%\, point in the defence
was Enos' statement that tl!c- burau
in which the allegt:.-d 4itulen articles
w,re found in his room Lad belonged
to hiz; father-in-law. %vito had (tied
about a or nior.:- b-7foro the rob-
vlor-ii .. addim; fial. fii- father-in-law
illigbt havr- Idt, tli- vilk. one of tbP
alleged -Aolen iteui. ill tile bureau
draWtir before ht- d led The ac-
4i u zed's w i fe. G lad) s Rath Enoi, vor-
ioboiatpd thi.; tqti:-metj[.
In thiq trial. Nli;. Eno; did. not
ljoar Lip tilider iliv ur&.91 of
ing as well a.-, -zlip did in ill-? fir"t Fine,
and at one polw broht, doviu 4-om-
pletely and vvept. Her --) it Iy new
eontribution to tit.:. defotice wag the
-tatsrment that ill(- buienu in que-i-
tion had been te(tired frorn her late
f3tll,?C vl.,,out a vtik be-
fore the robhtr, and that it had
been filled %Aitli Fald, and eudi. so
that he did not h-ncpi% wh-:,tht-r The
pills had lj"-n in it at that tinif-*or
Before EL),)--':! next %%itnes. the
(:onvicted Trott. could be :worn, [tie
Chief Jutiuv consulted with (tie jury
regarding adjournment. A, t ht.
hour was then 4.331) p.m.. and as the
jury deicland their (Ittire to adjourn,
the Chief Justice orderd that the
Coill't be adjourned until ll.1.31) tit!,?
Swan Adfilikied to Bail.
a n %%- a- s ielea-ied in E211 bq i I.
pending his re-trial, -%vlii(h ix ill heizin
a, F.oon 9- ill(:- Enosi eae is over.
Tnesday. October 28.

Department of Agriculture.


Week End;(I October 27, 1924.

Major Kitchener's White Legborns 14

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(By Cable.)

Revelation of Red Plot on

Eve of Elections Stirs

All England


Zinovieff Letter May seal Doom' of
Anglo-Russian Treaty andLaboar


Shmp Tone of British Note Bitterly
Resented In Moscow.

London, England, October 26.-
Publir.ation of a Foreign Office docu-
ineur. *upposedly, revealing a Red
Nluscuiv plot against Britain, startled
the public to-day. The Zlnovleff in-
cid(nt contities to be the principal
theme of all the election speeches.
Philip Snowden. John R. Clynes, and
writer Nlinisters have publicly admit-
t.:-d that if the documents are genuine
and really represented the official
Russian views, it would disable those
trNin to negotiate au Anglo-Russlan
t reat y.
The Colonial 'MinisLer, J. H.
Thoma-4. speaking at Manchester, to-
day, said b(- did not know whether
the document was a forgery, but the
a(tion of the Government showed
that the Labour Party was not afraid
to take it.3 standiand say to the Rus-
qiank, -ir this is your policy, we want
to niikr- it clear where we are."
MacDonald to Speak on Subject.
Premier MacDonald spent to-day
-3Ludying the situation in close touch
with the Foreign Office and Members
of his Cabinet) He is expected to
make the Zinovieff letter and its con-
sequences the chief subject of his
spe"ch at Cardiff to-morraw. In the
meantime, Labour headquarters has
N!3ued another statement. denying
(urrent assertions that the alleged
lt-tter -,%,as discuesed by the Cabinet,"
or that it was intexcepted in the post,
photograpbed, and delivered to the
Communists in the ordinary way. Th
statement also denies that any ]a-.,
sirtic-tions were sent to the Labour
Candidates not to discuss the Rus-
,haii treat".%,.
Mo` Scow Reokldiates LeUe'r
as Forgery.
eokv, LT.,,.S.R..
AIo, OeLober 26.-
Russo-hriti-?h relations have reached
an acute pliase over the publication
of the alleged Zinovieff letter. which
the Soviet Government brands as an
i11]l)UdPnt forgery and an election
campaign manoeuvre, designed to de-
.;Lroy Lhe Anglo-Ruaslan treaty and
imperil the Present friendly relations
between the two Governments.
1W. Litvinoff, Assistant Commissar
for Foreign Affilirs, has sent a strong
di-nial to Ni. Rnhovsky, the Charge
EP'Affaire, in London. and M. Zino-'
vi-rff lia-i denounced the whole affair
in no uncertain terms to the British
Trade Union Congress. characterizing
the document as a "Gross falsilica-
British Note IUnces No Words.
Soviet officials' here take grave ex-
ception to the severe language em-
ployed in the British note, and also
re-;ent the 0gninwof the note by Mr.
Gregory. an under-official, instead of
by Premier MacDonald, which they
regard as an affront to the dglulty of
the Soviet Republic. They are espp-
cially irritated at the senteace In the
British note, "The Soviet Govern-
inent must say definitely whether it
bas or has not the power to stop kuch
propaganda or organizations dver
h ic h it cannot exercise control."
ThR British note, as published In
London, does not contain the forego-
ing sentence in the form quoted, but
tells the Soviet dovernment that if
it has the power to carry out agree-
iuc-q1s, it ought to do so, and it It has
not the power and if the respousibill-
tip..3 which belong to the State In
other countries, are in Russia In the
keeping of private and irresponsible
bodies. the Soviet Government opight
DOL to make agreements which It
knoWS it cannot carry out.

When the Royal Mail Steam Pac-
ket, Company's liner Chignecto ar-
rived yesterday morning, she brought
down the greatest cargo that vessel

k. .

T'HE MIll-OCEAN. TL'tT. I .., OCTOBER 28, 1024.



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B. S. TODDINGS, B.A., Editor.
Editor, tp.fflce telephone-625a.
Busirlss .Office telepbone-625

Hamilton. October 28, 1924.

The Eflditor,.
How to'Right a Civic Wrong M;d- o.ear,

A few days age. the editor of The
Mid-Ocean received an anonymous let-
ter, signed only "Taxpayer". which re-
ferred to alleged ineffciency in the
street cleaning department of the
Board of Works and the alleged
idleness of its workmen in a general
way. While it is acknowledged that
the subject is a matter of public in-
terest and that the public has a right
to know the facts regarding any al-
leged waste of public funds, The Mid-
Ocean feltrhat tlie newspaper was not
the medium whereby reform might be
effected. If needed, and so referred the
entire matter to the proper quarter.
A prompt and courteous reply from
the Head of .the Department concern-
/ ed testified to the attention that offi-
cer is prepared to give-such atten-
tion. as every public officer viould be
prepared to give. presumtiably-to an;.
representation. or to any ,sl:cestiou
that might be made in lie; putbli in-
lerest with a Xielv to Imptroving lb.
effici-ency o01 economy of' ii- depart-
S' ment Since the writer of. tqhe letrel,
however. was not "pepitic in h;-
charges. the allegations could not re
investigated. It is suggest-d t1a:it
.'if Ihe- .writer would cl uni- tlur-
wird aind pr'odui -e. r..n-on:iile t i-
dence- whii.h would -ubuiautatoiaii mil-
statemenis, he would I)be doing hi,
brother taxpay.-rs and the piilh, l s-i -
vice a real service: but lie itiust 0"
prepared. of course. to write and
sign. a letter, giving specific instances
-. of his charge of inefficiency and idle--
S,ness, so that definite action might be
-, l! the allegations made by "Tax-
payer" are true .it is easy to see why
the Board of Works require so much
S'0toney fo' operating expenses. It is
sn .all leaks'rhat sink big ships, as the
trite old=proverb bas'it, and a payroll
,o orknien who do not faithfully per-
formi their duty but habitually idle
oni'be job and hold up the entire work
S ,s.an undermining-and expensive-
.. influence. The Mid-Oeedn is pleased
to.pote'the promptness with which a
'C.oolial, public 'officer readily re-
spbnds to -proper criticism of his-de"-
paftmeht and probper'suggestion with
regard thert0to, and sincerely seeks
,tb improvei-he quality. efficiency and

valte of the departten6.t's service to
- the'public..
It,;"Taxpayer" will carry out the
suggestions' contained above. he will
'fln-d courteous treatment and prompt
action, In the prope official quarter.
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S. S. Chignecto left to-day for the
West Indies.
S. S: Fort Vlictorno left to-day for
New VYork.
S. S, Chaiidir"i'c is due front the
West Indies qn Thursday. and will
sail fop Halifax the following day.
S. S. Fort Wt. .Georue is due from
New Yo'k on Friday, and will sail on
the return voyage the following day.


MAILS per S. S. Chauotiiae for the
Dominion of Canada and Newfound-
land will close at the Generall Post
Office, Hamilton. on Thursday. 3'fth
October, 1924.
Ordinary iail at 4,p.m.
Registered mail and parcel post at
2 p m.
MAILS per S. S. Fort St. Georor for
the United Kingdom the Dominion
of Canada, Newfoundland. and the
United states of Americd will close at
teb General Post Office, Hamilton, on
,Frlda;, 31st October, 1924.
Ordinary mail at 6 p.m.
(Registered mail and parcel post'at,
5 p.m.
All letters posted down tis 7 a.m. oT
Saturday. 1st November 1924. will be
forwarded .if prepaid with double the
ordinary- amount of postage.

Harkins Players to Open
5th November.

I ,
The W, S Harklns Players. long
known as "Bermuda's favourite stock
company will open rheir limited en-
,gagement at the Colohlkl Oera House.
Hamilton, oQ the evenAng of Wednes-
day, 5th Novemlber, when Frank
Craven's popular success, "The First
Year", wiql he thA attraction.
.' "The. First Y r" is a comedy of
married life and the troubulous re-
Aidjustment diMculties of the first
'twelve months the young newlyweds-
live tge'ther-the most critical period.
It Is dkid, of'matrimony, when the hus-
'band and wite ,re put to the crucial
test which will decide their future
happiness 'or disappointment. So,
while "The First ,'ear" is essentially a
comedy, there is an Inescapable under-
current of drama running through the
play and, that elusive thing which we
attempt to characterize by calling it
,' "the human, touch". *
The',sate of. reserved seats, for "The
First .eYar" 'will open on Saturday,
1st No-nltrer, at thho Phoenijt Drng

B.E.E. NOTES CORRE2PONDENCE. Recent Despatches
All 11 coutntt i aation- l d, risd to the D 1
!:I-- I7,, r ifW, pit b I, I in ; .:..,'I;, n Briefly Retold
12 C .lenan Street. .'trCi1,:,?v e 0r1 'e l rj brief trq ,) it r P
L.-ido)don EC 2 tiot n. bLr h. Edit-r o,)s n--t tur' -r
and .f le to publiii ull tItteis 1i .:-t LV'- .
Wenl ait-v Park. i. do-r s nit i pop" > 't,," l ,' l s/it i'II t/ i pl>onerie ls HKeelp .Ali- e- on PE itishi
Mliddlek \ ", 'ee .th t i, o/jn ni 111 at i 1 I'.rlrii i.
,h t ,-i ,',,,t r I1""J th i bl4 shed I I t, :..

Signatuir,-. Visitor'' Book. B-.riilid.i,
24th List.


Wit'Ih thit
,t l 'y

Rt. Revd. E. Graham Inghamn
IBishop St. Jude's Vi:carage. South- -
G. Walker. 22S Uttoxeter New Road.
M. Abbott. 1S Bapaume Road. Hilsea.
Portsmout h.
0. E. Abbott Qr. Mr. Sergt. R.E.. R E.
Office. Cosham. Portsmouth.
F. Morris. Married Quarter-. Hilse-a.
Cosham Portsmouth.
J. Morris. Gr Mr. Segt.. R.A O C..r(I-.
' Hilsea Barraks. Cosham. Port-
Walter 0. Pickstone. Radcliffe. Matn
cihe te'r.
Wm. Devonport. Radcliffe. itla-nche'ter
vr.- Turner. Edgbaston. Birinelghani
H. Churchill born it, Berniida i.
C Booth. Trouto. Ca_4dl.
H. S Bropliy. Arawaya
Gteorge Bried. 1145l-lh Phildelphlia.
U S A.
G. Powell.. So.ner-irset. Bermuti -la.
A. J Hoimes. .-34 I Ludgate Hill. Lon-
dion EC.I.
Margt. H B Lo.-_kkood. Childrenn'
Home. West Kirby. Cheshire.
iMr; A 0. Clarke. 1I94. Ireland Isl:and
Brockernhurst. Hantms
E. W Terry i. te- Godfrey 1 l',4. The
Lodge. Ye'lvertloi Rd. London S.W'
%1 Morganl i B rliilida l6:ili. Pr,-r'
L:inetic-. Lhicester.
V. Burgee-' 52 Pratt Street. N \V
Queens Regt." lil -1911.
Mr- M1. Coats 1:iv5 Palmer'tont .Road.
Walthamstow. E.14.
B. Dixon. 2 years and lit months wtvirn
The Fusiliers, 11 Fulwtell Road. Te-d-
G. C R. Lawren,.e late R.E Thei
Grange. Teignham, Kent, station,-,l
at St Georges 1893-1595 & 191-Iti.4.
J. Beresford. "'Wheeler" 21st Co,..
Artillery 1'9', to 191t2. Chur,:h
Street, South Cave, East Yorks.
A E. Young. H M.S. T'error 1S95-1.S'9.
64 Seagrove Road; Portsmouth.
F. E. Last. R.A.O.C.. 1912-1916. 65 Col-
chester Road, Southend-on-Sea.
W. Bate%, IS79. H. M. S. Botrr.
'C. J. Smith i born at St. Georges, per-
niuda. 35 Linswood Road. Borne-.
C. Sergi. H. Lewis (1905-19(l'7 2nd
Hants Regt. 11 A.. The Barracks,
'Sandown .Isle of Wight.
C. Woodland. 41). Raymond Avenue.
Thornfon Heath. Surrey
Canon Marriott. The Residence. Hamil
'ton. Bermuda.
'lrs. Henry Marriott. 76 The Avenue.
West Ealing W.3.
Barney Marriott, Bermuda
Ernest P. Lines,, 40 Birdhurst. Rise.
Croydon. Surrey.
Reta Wardale born Bermudal. S-1
Elm Road. Portnsmouth.
Fred., Barrett (born Bermudai 9 Bent-
let ,Road. Portsmouth.
John S. Heckler. 234 East. 71st Street.
New York City.
Ira S. Outerbridge. Bermuda.
A. R. Perkins. Tectone.
Geo. W. Smith. College Gardens. Lans-
downe Road, Dublin.
C. J. Smith. College Gardens. Lans-
downe Road. Dublin.
Rudolph Hawkins. officer. White Star
Line. Liverpool.
E. S. Davi-, 56 Teddington Road, Nil-

Mr. Moore Interviewed by
Canadian Press.

t F o ,. Slit iot t'iil .'hi,'. i
W. A ,Moore. a member of the Col-
onial Parliament of the Island of Be:r-
muda. which is said to I)e the oldest
Parliament in the Empire with the ex.
ception of Westmipster. arrived in
iMontreal to-day on a pleasure trip. on
board the C.G.M.M. S. S. '",ionrl:,u
Fi shit '.I
Mr NMoore represents thie agricul-
tural section in the Legislative A-sem-ni.
bly and declares that one thing that
the legislators of the island do n.:,t
have to worry about is unemployment
The major portion tf the- labour, in
Bermiuda. NMr. Moore said. Ih perform.
ed b-y native black hut these, lured
away ty United States tourist., ar.-
rapidly seeking wider fields. --o at the
pre-ent time there is a shortag-, in the
labour market.
The island remain' very pro-,'serou-
and large nuirbers of Canadian. are
wintering there rather than taking the
longirip to the Fediterraneau.
Aliens, that is those not bt.,rn in thl
Biitish Empire. are Dot permitted to
own more than 25 acre-- of land. on
the island and only a poruiiIn of land
in each parish i-" -et a'idle for thli use
of alien-.
The trade of the island is not very
great. the chief export being vege-
tables and foodstuffs. while the majjor-
Ity of imports are made from Canada
and Eugland. Mr. Moore stated there-
was a slight duty on imports for rev.
enue purposes only.
Tax on land is also very .small. tLe-
Ing two shillings in every 1.t).
SpeAking in regard to traded. Mr.
Moore stated that he was convinced.
after dealing with the United States'
in a business way, the only solution
for the British Empire was for each
colony to have a high protec-tive tar-
iff for home indust-ry, with a prefer-
ence for the British Dominions. Mr.
Moore felt that this was the logical
means for the Empire to become prot-
Mr. Moore stated that he was mak-
ing his first trip up the St. Lawrence
and was much impressed with tbe
.beauty of the scenery on the voyage.
He also complimented the Canadian
Government o6 its fleet of ships and
,expressed keen appreciation of the
voyage just completed. He was of the
opinion, however, that arrangements

the continutnce or discontinuance oi
the subsidy.
The Bermuda Railwa'.v.
I have been endeavouring to get a
line on tlie proposed flotation of stock
in this market for the carrying out of
this project., but ,up p the present hate-
drav.n ai blank. I think it is extreme-
Jy unlikely that the promoters will be
able to interest any Broker here to
seriously take llp thp scheme. The
aniount i.-, to oniall and the chances
of development are too restricted fort
it ever to appeal to investors in this,
country. If the supporters of the
scheme in Berniuda are so sanguine
of its success, I am rather surprised
that they do not show their good faith
by putting up oiitme of their own real
moiiney'. Surely they have not forgot-
ten that old .proverb that "Example is
better than precept".
I have for many years been con-
\inced in my ot\n mind. that the iu,-t
sati-t'actori -olhltion ,f the land trans-
port prole moft B3ter'Lmuda i th.- hr.taib-
lishneut of a Motor Bui- Servie--. Such
a 'ervi.c is well within the imeans and
the ability of tilie ('Colony t o :arry out
to the 'atisfaction of a large ma ority
of the. people
Your-, etc .
St. Matthew's Vicari':ge.
29 Douglas Roall.
London. N.I. ,
iThe articli- to which Nlr. Eve
nakes re'feren,'e- in his letter will he
foun, con the fi t urth page of this i--
cial- ,if The Miid-O)ean i
Water Troubles Elsewhere

'Fri-co Flue l'h-partlient lUst- Salt
Water in Einlergenc.v.

A San Fraucisuco piper l .if a re>t'n|
date says':
"B-caii-e of a ehoritage of t''elt
water, thle Fir- iP-,trttttni ha, turn-
e.r to ceae n al t r to file il fir-s in the
City and County of San Frauncisco.
Ye-terday. the .ii of filling seventy-
f-'.ir rilies of afterr mains used for fire
fighting purpo-e., and the pumping of
5ti' i.1111 gallon into the A-ihbury Re-
-ervoir. and 751i.i111.1 gallon s into the
Jones' Street Reservoir wa- cosnm-
pl tel "
Chief Thoma-H R Murphy. of the
Fire Department. following a confer-.
euice with the Battalion Chief-. an-
no'unc-ed that the Twin Peaks' Re.er-
voir.t which contain- l.,Iicti0.ui)j gallons
of fre.h water. twill not be disturbed,
aud that no salt water will be stored
at that place until the fresh water has
been utised.
"The water shortage forced us to
turn to salt water. The use of salt
water will not have any beneficial ef-
fects upon the apparatus or mains, but
as we have to conserve the fresh water
supply. we had no alternative but to.
iie the ocean'. supply." said Chief

Warn' Against BuiyingGerinan Stocks
In[ view of requests from the United
States. information concerning the
value of many German corporation
shares, three to five years old, issues
on a flotation bIasis. the United States
"ffi, 1 r of Coinmerce in Germany haa
published the following warnulg to
.the United States public: "We con-
'sider it our duty to warn the ,Aiueri.
,:an public against su(h investments
which are apt to injure greatly the in-
terest to German economic icse
DeValeia Arrested in Ulst-er.
Last Friday. Eamonn de Valera was
arrested by the Ulster authorities, at
Newry. County Down, Ireland. in the
vetibule of the town hall .before he
entered the meeting which it had been
announced lie would address.
MacDounald Would Gag- Press
Ti e British Premiier lia- pul.,licly in-
tinmat-7d that If returned to potxer at
the- coming general election, lie will
take steps to i..irl) newspapers in their
attitude- toward political opponents.
He declared that the matter of false
reports in the pre'. had becomune very
serious. especially when the great
ma'ss of the newspapers were owned
not by journalists but simply by busi-.
ness men. After the election, consider-
ation mnust be given to the question
of whether or not tr if s Iossible to stop
li".rs.-nal slander which is malignantly
manifested by persons at their desks in
London. I
LaFollette 'Charges WaU Stieet Plot
Senator La Follette. independent
candidate for election to the presi-
dency of the Unite'-. States. lla- issued
a challenge to Wall Street. Charging
that I.g interests were threatening a
panic should lie be elected. Mr. La
Follette has imssu-d a statement to thi-
e.ffict that any attempt to '-re-at a
panic would Ie quickly prosecuted by
the Department of Justice if the ilde.
pendeut ticket were elected. "It is being
whisiipered about by bankers, railroad
operators. industrial trust', and the
Spr-es controlled by them that should
La Follette he elected there aill be a
panic, that credit will be lhiortened:
that banks will withdraw their sup
port to business." the independent
candidate asserted.
Ontario Goes 'lr.i'.
Ontario ,voted dry in the referendln,
taken in the province last Thursday
Flushed with a majority vwhicliit it
estimated will probably reach 6tiO i.i,
for the Ontario Temnperanc: Act, dry
leaders have already begun plans for
a campaignwto bring prohibition to the-
awhole of Canada. Canadian prohibi-
tion leaders are sa'd to be aided by
those in tlhe United States who feel
that the Eighteenth Amendment can-
not be enforced successfully so long as
there are wet province' near the
.. Prince Returns Home.
The Prince of Wales sailed for home.
,on the i/yinipic, at 1 a.m. on Saturday
Inl ,t when th a hbi sa.in linn.td tfrom

shouldd be made to install ships with er 59 at West Nineteenth Street.
:old storage space so that tropical Looking slightly tired, the Prince
fruit could be brought dLrectly from faced the music to the end, posing for
the Briti/h possessions in the West In- pictures. shaking hands impartially
dies to Canada -rather than through land smiling in his shy way, says the
the United States, which added to the "-N. Y. Herald-Tribune. He 'left a mes-
cost of the fruit to the consumer. sage behind him-brief and charac.
Mr. Moore remarked that James ,teristic! a
Morgan, of this city, was one of the-4 "My stay in the- North American
largest land owners in Bermuda and J (Continued on Column 6.)
wlttered there yearly.

able, confused, wondered why le kept at Southampton at 2 o'clock ntxt Fr,. '
c.huckling. day afternoon. ,
"Wall." reining in his horse before .
a broken gate that led to a weedy gar- Asthma Can be Cured, Its suffering.
den and a tiny. dilapidated cottage, Is as needless as it is terrible to en-
;'here we are!" dure. After its many years of relief
'Is this where you live?" asked of the most stubborn cures no,sufferer -:
Maisie. making no move to get out can doubt the 'perfect effectiveness al .,
"No, I live right beyond ,that hill. Dr. J. D. Kellogg's Asthma Remedy.'
This is your uncle's place." Climbing Comfort of body and peace of mind- ''I
out be deposited Maisie's suitcase on, return with Its tiuse and nights -of '
the ground. "Now, jump! There! sonn asleep coJae beak for opot1 Ask
Wall, good-night, wish you luck in yur_ druggist; he can uppfy 7YOl9' :' '

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A Univiersral S-rt i.e -ilriff ,orre;-.,nud-
ent in London write- that ipneional
The British Empire ahou ,, of Pietin,er Miti:D,naii. is the
6*t :tauding f-atilic- o' the -le:.-thin
Exhibition. arilipJign Fir ____ -,iiaIli-Ft lead-rs. Lord Birkenliead
S.teil it. with the re-sult that he has
A lhige Fhiantcial Failuie. hieeu tlhi.ttenej with the black-jack.
The c..rr-spundeni addl?. "The election
T.. Lih- Ediito.r t Thie Mid Ocean. has Dear Sir. Union Jack against the Red Flag, or
I tii,.,uihl that oitr reailr-is ittil.'l nati-onalism against socialism. with in-
Ie initer-et.l in the a.:-ompanyingarti- d,.'ations at the moment that the
.:Ie .l..iug v.iith the heavy financial Torie ill do letter than thie Labour
Io-,. i,_.-urre Ih 1tise British Emnipire party. This' i largely because Pre-
Exh,,ini.:.. at Wembl-e, h which -ie-.e. nier MacDonald. who is Foreign See-
,i ilth-- lit Nvilt-mber. rotary as well, has been over-emphasiz-
A\ ii-iial. ti. British Taxpayer is lug better international conditions
caill-I ..n I., f--t t rhe major portion of which does no.t iut-rest the mass of
te l, ill On1. a fc-w % Ioullis ago. in Vuter'. It is point-il out that he fails
the Hi.il-r ,f Comminons. when the to talk of Labour's programmnie to
i -t.gar .,f tSat.- ask-,d for the remedy unemployment. the cost of
atitirito ,f Parlianimnt to increase its living. and taxation. which conternse
uiarairnte of liiil.i.iiiill to 6,li.061)u was %te-rybody."
thii Miniat-r idti-creet nousgh to v.-n- Nation. to eek _'urb on Opiun.
turei ti .- rate that it t.a- his ipini.:n
Ihat thte Go-;.e.lUltr wniNd i n,.t be Thoe news comes from Washington
a.-keld .:i pary .-.ne c -opper o0 the aincunt that a great international attempt to
niaianteeil But. alas! hc.- often otf ctrb the distribution of opium and
I.kt- iat- h lie-e 'uintillating lights of ntiher narcotics will culminate in
tlj- Laloiur Goit-4-nment f.,und them- Gene.va next month, when the princi-
s-l. rcn ,-rr-:.r pal national :f the world will gather
Y..,ir rc- i r i v.ill lout l -l observ'- f,-,r the first anti-narcotic convention
it ar Mie,'i. Furne--. With & Co. are that has been held since the Hague
ai'u..Init tiHe gLuaranor: to the nl,..lun Convention in 1914.
.oj' 'lii.ttimi Thio is in addition to their
gini-ro i,I gift of lV".ii nd free freight-t Quakes Shake England.
. ont ibut-ed I..v thlim tewardi Ber- I
initla'-i -rf.:.' ir th s.reat einttrpri- I Severe earth treitfour- lasting over
Srp-.eaking tromi metinorl.. the,. two ,) four minutes were felt within a radius-
.,,III'iil.lt' trtEl ual-it h.,If f the annual -4f thirty miles of Birminghamn. Eug-
siihidvy thi firni receives from the land. laQt Friday. The movements
B-riiudtaii iinie-rnnient for -upplying were tell at Walsall. Kinver. Weines-
[li-. pre-sent up-to-dat- -.teamnlhip e.r- day and West Bromwich: Birming-
%vi, hri-hwt-en Nei% York anti B-rcitiuda hain was badly shiiken but no damage
I ii.i lijient'ilt... IIn thIl I,-st ;ftliutil re. hal- I.een reported
.urr t, l- h Slhnr .I.l.Iid-r-. t hii.h w 'a.,
putbli-hed ,-nly a f.-i, weecs ago. Me.s Lin Gie lUp Revoll.
Funes--. Withiv & Co. paid a dividend Gi-ue-ral Chang Tsao Liu. has official-
ioi 7' fr-ee of Intonl- Tax Their ly announ>e-d the end of the war
[ok wa iUotd vesterd' the again int the li Centl't,.l Governnment oit
Royal Ex':htage at "f i6 per Ihare. CI hina
orilin r. r l. .and it is reconimm nded h;,-
Br'ke-r' as a g,,od intetnietit. In the j' Jap) Force'- sent to China.
coiir.-ie -f his remark' at the Annual
ti-etian. the Chairmnan, referred to the' The Japanese Government has de-
New York-Bermuda buiines' a' being cided to send troops and warships
quite sati-fa.eror- and encourag-ing Irom Port Arth-ur 'to the North of
N.=:ir thl far End of the last Aession i China to protect Japanese residents,
oif the Hi-use if A-.emuiblIy noti..ed owing to the changed situation.
that a motion ;:i made bv the then
Acting At.ttorney General calling atlen- Arrest 3O Gernman Commniunists
tiu to (lie approaching tertmhnation [ Three hundred Commn'unists were ar-
of the New% York Sunbidy Contract Ser- rested at Hanover on October 24, as
vice. Action was deferred on thi nat pr. of the nation-wide move to hinder
ter for various rea-on-, until the next i thReds. poiltica campaign for the
regullIr -s--oiu when. doubtle.ss the ,1 rth(,omi elections, according to a
whole service will come under review Berlin dispatch.
andi a decision twill he arrived at for

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"ur n n.'"' hu-'u 11- Ii' yIVi, ari t ant'*
The Queer Little Feeling n,: to.of i .
riL g,.j- to the tol lof ha the, e hill
B i LitI, \\ ,l. l. .UI h,,llr. V 'I i ar ", H e '
B u FiLi- 1:' 1 ilb t lLi' h'p. en, .i,:, t ia : ,p n-
-- in..iiilr'-.1 M-li1;" .tuli~lng. Your ill-1le
1 1-l t '.1 h .1 -,-,t ." he- MQai--.- Rawlev looked speI.ujlativ-l, I- l' ad ii i liUnk him-.elf to deal.
aLt [ih-k and -hd h lier head The eyr .iri .!...\ -;'., li-. v a rich man' at
tnh Itukeil a It ihun fi'uro iindei tIh- one rtil 1. .
'.|.:Il|l f'lilge of t.-r big blj .k lat. W h. n hi- .-'_1 ; ri .l': -i lht M3ia ie : '
-e i. i .in -exaggerail-d aughl- on liver .iu--r ,ll[,l' i-, ithe ground and sat on
t.ea iil ti inle.I Ijl,li-i Lih ir. fre'- tiri dl i,.- ,iiii.:a~ i.i. nii nn' l a too sILk to
Liltl,- line- w i'- hreginiiinr t.-' .i at i .en i v ,11 her cru':-! ili-appoilntin-iit
Ihll- e ,g_; i s h r li lir *- l, it.r ti,- larin ae,-l.. to
"Di. k. i hu-, .1u'r,-- a bint ;a ti ,i' .I ijr a ir. in hl iii.t\ little kittcielf
n,, ,,i-- o r of rjwk Iltan in. %o'.'Il ail t.. -. then ligh dld a lamp 'and 'found
init. lind Maiier Ra- I,-. i% n'r g',in t- o i.: i a nd cl'ra.k-l-r.S From her -nit-
get married t go gij n i bh- road. i,-lieve ,.a-c .li.- pilll-td a pad and pen:il..
ue*' I'm tired li- ri.iof Slh looked -'m1-n elad." aid Mai.i.- to herself.
at the cheap furnilh'tig., of th. iabby '-i-it I never .dai.t a wdrd to anybody
boarding-house parl'.r. *I'm ttp-g.gone ai.toilt lihi inheritance" Thin she be-
tired of cheap plaet--. .-h iap c rloithes. gn to \,. rte- ii-h r lItter.
cheap restaurant; anit -] i-ap h' w--' anid i you'll colue. Dick,
And I'm not going, to get inarriil to -i 'll ge-t married and live right here!
continue that lini' It i-n't niuch'of a place. ilut it's siune-
"Aw. Maisie. we i aIi. v h,iav : i.:.i thlig to .ta.irtlon andil it has ipossibili-
lu: k. I'm trying to g,- u n that \auide- tle There-' a t'fw hundred dollars ib i -
ville circuit N.:v,. ..:.uiit 't ie d,, an their bank and I think we'll buy -oine'
act tongther and-- clii:k-en anid duck, and nmaybli a cQw!
Nix. When I marry. myi husband I ,,ant to tell y-ou )It' in thing. Dick- ;/
is going to supt.:.rt me. I'nti tir-d f y. and I will never aimi'lurt to much
this life." .:.n the stage and I'mui so' heartily .sick
*All right. MaIi-i.'. I'll g,-t an alt of tawdry finery and miake-ilp that (he
alone and-" thought of a per-ale bungalow apron ..
'Oh. cut it out, Di. k. and coen down ani a cleaieni nah.-d fce seems like
to earth! You've never beenu able to heayen to time. And as I look around
get on a circuit-h-en trying for the this little kitchlien lit' going to get an
last fifteen year' too." She began to' ax ful -cr'tililinn e irt thiing in the
powder ap already whitened nose, minrring a cluetr Ilitt. teeliug cones '
sending little clouds of dust ovtr her over tme. I don't know what it is,
cheap satin skirt. Dick. but I want you to ,hare it .with
"Maisie," there was tendernes-i mix- ime It', f ort di a feeling of content,
ed with htiun tour itn Di.-k B.irn-' toice. Di.:k. knowing this little place is
"'ain't we in the niame boat, ohli giii' r, ally v %ii\ ',u. anid I gIssi-s. maybe. I'd
You're tired of 'live and ten' ,-,:meitic? call it the ihouie-feeling." "
and I'm sick of trimming my cuiffs and o-
pasting adhesive plaste-r on the shiny
seami of this theckeed suit. Maisie-. Old Clocks
let's break avay'" He looked at her -
breathlessly. M.i itellous Timeipiecee in English
laisie calrnmly slipped th,- paoiier CIhiiur'ch Tower '
pad in the V bf her dress aild hook -
her .kirt. 'Dick." she answered, gently. Tr,'e Dean of Wells. as eminent an-
*"that would be plain suicide." a' ntlquiry as hlie is an ecclesiastic.
S'You're forty and I'mr lalmo-t 'thirty. wants a trifle rof another 7u in or-
Yiftlu ian't teach tin old dog nen trick,. tier that ihe old clock in Wells Cathe-
Y u'll go on tils \\ay Dick. working ,.iral ilay 1 lie -se g ing.
now' and then. borrowing a little. It the tratv-II .-r. landing at Ply-
start ing a little. It would i.e tli:. t ain i- m :.iIth. hoi.:-- to delay hit visiit to
with me. Dick. if I join-d to)ic-A with Loud.n ii while he calls at Exeter,
you. My dancing isn't much. and in Wimnborne. and Wells, he will sep three
a few years I'll be faded. living as lildo. of the fin-st horological marvels to be
Nourishment and care preserve a wo- found in Great Britain. And the most.
man's beauty, not liash and cheap miarvelhiu- of till i. that of Wells
hotei rootps, three in a bed. ,.at.lring The deau counludes that the great
early trains in drizzling rains. I'll be Well- clock made itis appearance be-
frank. Dik. I want to marry well: I tweeen 1323 and 1324. and for nearly
.want a little comfort and good food. 6uu years it has steadily beaten out
and I think I 5see a chance of getting the passing hours. Withiu the cathe.
it." y dral. it has a dial plate measuring 6
Dick got slowly to his.feet. "I don't -feet 51 inche-.i acro.-a. set in a square
blame you." He made an effort to frame The outer circle' is divided in-
speak jovially. "Here's good luck to to 24 parts, representing, the ours of I
you. J wish you tle best." the day. and a large gilt 'star rept-,'
IWhe'n he had gone ilMaisie's throat sentiun -the sun travels round to point. -
felt queer and "she, hastily dabbed at the hour. In a second ele the,
her eyes with a pink .cotton liaudker- minute,dre indicated by a smaller' ..
.:hieef to save her complexiou tfro-. th-' star: and in a third circle 'a ct-r.cent
tears that were about tI& fall. -hows the, age of the noon. ,
**Mists Rawley!.' Mrs. Snyder put in Above the dial plateAis. a toWer
a frowsy head. "Mail carrier has a -around which knights on horseback:' ,' '
registered letter for you." run in opposite direc-tions, represent-
A few honrs later Maisle sat in the. iue a toturnautent, as' tlhe hour is
train, a bulging old suitcase at her struck. Higher up another figure
feet a t'rembling, wondering smile on knocks out the' quarters againstt, the,..;.': .
her cainmined lips. "f think I'd betre'r i-el. anil also strikes- on another bell '
,pinuh myself to make sure-after all the number of-the pour The ancient
it might be a dream., Gee what''a works of the clock 'are 6.oq loan t "
blessing I didn't accept Dick Butrns! the .:South,-Kensinkton ..s ..'m, ut-_W
Imagine being engaged to hini,'that ,the ancient 'face 'remaTins' in the ,.
poor hambone! "She snickered i little cathedral ,' ., !
to herself in sheer joy. "-Now I don't The Exete.r clock J to be found i .
even have to, marry anyone if, I don't the north tower of-the cathedral It' '.
want to; maybe I- will. though. some takes us back to the day4 of Edward .
day. I'll marry 'for iqve. I'll meet III.. and .like its fellow 'at Wells, in ,
'some man at a country, club. One of dictates the hour ., of the -da.y fby' .
the first things I'll do will be to join means of a ball. half black and ha4f! '
a smart country club I'll buy a white. rev.:ltina around- -the earth)
sporty roadster and I'll have a addle and alo the age of the- moon. "Being
horse." constructed in an age whenthe faith
Maisie fairly hugged herself. "Ald in h doctrine doctrine for sailing Whic '
that Ulncle Timothy tawley--course. 'I Galileo suffered so severely had not
knew lie wa's as rich as the dinens. bee-n undermined. tbere i is also on'
but I thought he'd live to be ninety. the dial a third circle in, whichh a re- /. ,
and here I ant. Malalie Rawley. ex- presentation of the sun revolves daily,
choruta lady. sole heir of all his real pointing Oaut tile position which he pc- ,,
and personal estat'-! -can liardly be- cupi.::- at every give hour in his then
lieve it! I can just faintly renmein- supposed revolution round- the planet.
ber that big country palae lie- had I The lmotto of the clock isqPrenl( e. '
was always w.o scoriy that my dad had iiipttitiitntr iThey fly and are placed .'.,
quarrelled with him I thought it to our a:c.,ount i. The clock strike's.
would be so nice t(. visit th-r- And the hours. on Great Peter. a bell, from
now I own it! I is-,h I lhad had the which the curfew is tolled every even-
money to fix my-elf up a little better. ing.
What'll the pervant, think? Oil. well. Before leaving Exeter. the visitor.
I'll lie getting all the cloth,-- I want should take a look at "Matthew the ,
in a few thoughts ant] plans -pun along as thIe punt iaUtt, hitting above an ancient
train flew past li-hli and hill- one-hand ,clock on the .tower of St.
At last theIy pulled in at Hillsboro. tlar.' Churi:h. and, and ringing out
d tiny dustv town that Naisie faintly the umarters and the hours by the help
reifie.iiher-d leading aitii her parent- of i\wo miediaeval knights. ,
when she wa a -hiil Hurriedly she Then on to ,W'inuliorne. where. In t
inquir-.,l hor tay r.. the office of the the Miunstr containing a library of
attornti-r "Bri-gg Brill." and hast- citain-t i bo,:,k,. na3 bhe e.en a famous
ended ti.v n Mlin ,ti.dt tith her heay 14th century clor kk. I the middle of' ,
suit.:ase Her %-y.%- tere shining, lier the fa.e i- a lball representing the '.
lips part-Il: slie -..:arcely n,"ti'ed tlie tworIld. andI thle un. minoon and stars
weight of he-r burdi-n. circlu- round it according to'tile old '
KIr. Brill proved to be a thin lipped, belief that the earth was the centre
sour-faced olid maii and Mr; Briggs a of the unive'ri-. The works are in the ,'
haughty, fat-stomache-d snob auu ihie to.'er above, and outside the towers .
couple of clerks. dlisinterested. tol.I i ta ./ak" 'ilhich strikess the quarters.
eyed. Maisie felt somewhat chtilled; -CliChri-rtian S,.iieme Monitor ',
she was sure Mr. Briggs 're'-ent-d iher .' '
presence and that Mr. Brill did not' : + r' '
approve of her spangled hat nor her Recent Despatches Briefly
"ornt, pliex n. Sh- had -xpe..t.-,l n di- Rito-
felrent receptIon; ii tai a litti diiap- Retold. -
pointing. There was a Siein here. -- r
please." and then. "That is all." iCoiitiuued f'rou Coliumn 4.) .
Mai',ie. co.nfused. gazed hrlple-lvy
a out,.' .-'e.,iinent ha' been a very interesting
(.'oilil 3au .,Ill u taxi-'or a hartk to nod baPl),y one. I am sorry It is over ,
drive me out ?" she atanimered. arindl look, forward to returning."
Old Brill saul to one of lie cle-rks: The niesage \v.i hailed out on type- ...
"Call Jenkiu.. he'll lie your neiglibur wri'it-n, lips cf paper. I. marked bhe
and he'll take.you out for fifth ctent- l'.It,- ',:f the Prunc.'-, second viMit to he.
Srill in a daze Maisie stepped into United States. He has recovered from.
a ntouldv old buggy beside an' over- ti-he chill and i. fe-ling fit. although
ailed, wrinkled-faced farmer. bit at -oii-ii hat fatigued after his strenuous.-
least he -miled in a friendly way seve-n weeks on the American .Con- i
"Wall. al ll. si: yiou he oild Rawle "- iinent. '...
niete, el'? Going to live on his place With only a brief rest at his ranch
Mai ie nodded. "Andi be'that his bank iu Alberta. he ha-< been .opu the go con-
hook you're clutching?" tinually since he landed here August
Maisie hastily looked at whliat old .'. and rer.rns to England with ,a .
Brill had put in her hand. wealth of fresh iipressiuns and asso- .i'
The old farmer chuckled and slapped ciatiouns. He travelled S titi miles over '
the reings on the white nag's back. the C'anadiau National Railways. .,,.
Maisle, sitting beside him. un'comf-. rt- The Oiltii ',' is hehduled to arrive' '':i......


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Au amendment to Ruill, 12 m ntiiber--
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Lot 26 of the South Wellington Lots,
St. George's Parish with the two
storey dwelling house thereon contain-
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late Sarah Elizabeth Trott. Bounded
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measuring 244 feet on the South by a
Road and there measuring 221 feet. on
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feet and on the West by a Road and
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science can a o. a c-rt:lnty that it. will
end as a gre-at financial failure.
While thii t'alct does not netcesaril.
imply the- cojuiplete or even partial fail-
ure of hI- etat Exhib.ition in its idler
c-Onceptiou a. a trade aud e-mpire buNil-
er. the position of the guraraintor- b
rome-e lamentable.
The Sunday Expre.-'" ind,-rstanil
that the deficit Is likely lo anmnoutl t.o
thle ltige tlin of betwe.-n four and tlIx
million pounil. IL can litrdly i )e le-.
tthan four millions.-
,. In consequence the guarantors. oft
whom the British Government 1s. of
course. (llte tiaie. are likely to be
**stung" for the whole aniount of tlhe
The qle-tioon oft ,a reopening iext
year i .tilj in the balance But nouw
that Canada hat withldrai l\ frolni thi
project and other Dominions are doail.t-
fuill ot sticess the polity v f throwing
in nlor- in llion- in thile hope of reiv-)-
a- ine thrl- ia t lo,-es latckz eEeetladl
si1ppor t." r /

Wembley closes on Sattiralay. Nov-ii-r
ber 1. and nothing .:an prevent a de-
fiait in fitnante anIl a defic it In tile ex-
pectel nutmbeu r ..( vi- r -r-b aitnelt- I
3-'.-ia .u i ":a.h ,a
Mr. J. H Thi.:.nt 3. til, St-cretary a..
the Colonic-. said to tee e of C-o.t
ainon in May in asking the House to
Increase the Governient guarantt.--
from la fl.i)t.u 1to 6i1111.10)1: .
**j venture to a-ser't that not o)i-
c-ilpper of the 61)11.11i.I guarantee will
Ie rJequired.-"
Thii lb ha- be-n falidfiled ly eventt-
Either th(t Governnent was badly i.
formed or .lhe and the authorities ;t
Aeinbley "ere unduly ,1,pthnisti'i 01
the rainy patc-hes tf weather thaIt %P
have had sinte- Mr. Thioarnsi made tlIt
.. speech in May have done the Exiibi-
tion a remarkable injur .
NothinE ian extract from tlhe
atithoi-jtiea ao' the Briltki Empire Ex-
hilitiou l[,wtilinti.hl of tile m ,ney to
which the potriotit thackers Lnade
thenit .e- -..lialle by guari nllee' .ill b.-
requiretI of theru.
The.- rmen-t all qiea-tion- with the
answer that the Exiiibition has .- eral ambre week to run. and that vast
bookkdeping work will have to pe doue
after this doa-ing before the balance
can be shown :
The' total attendance_,,ince its open-
iug oV April 23 is about 16t00..0n)a.i. Un-
jess Liondon at tlti-q belated moment
intake up.its mind to discover. Wem--
bley-1 is aardly likdly that the total
attendaetces. judging .by .Ahe recent
daily 'average. will have reached by
closing day anything inor- than seven-
i-en or eighteen niillion- Thle prob-
able htoney deficit Is %arlotiql. e-ti-
mate by conjecture at from 2u to i.i
pIr eut.
It ,I. quite true, of course, tlat the
griat.object ot' the Briti-h Empire Ex.
Illbit t) is to shovwlth. world what can
be dope in the way of production,
-mantaetutre, and commercial distri-
bution f\y tile British Empire. It is
further true that few commercial con-
ceny are to dazzlingly sutc-est'ul in
their trade as to be, able to pay haak
all their capital after six months' trad-
-Tbhi is especially true of a concern
whicK build-s edifices with something
of the listtig- power of forttres-e3
when clieap) lath and plaster and
boarding .would have uifrlced for a
six ipmonths' slaaow eia -n in -uch ani ex-
traordinary tlninimer a-, thi, hata been.
It i, asserted witlh emLphasic. by Lord
Stevenson. the chairnian of the boatd.
that "'tp close the Exhibition would ie.
insane folly." and a high official at
W'eimbley told mile that if tlily ran for
six month- next year rhe whole fle-
flicit would le wip-d offt'. a-; the value
of the advertising already, don'- would
come home. and the fuller usi- of thei
capital expenditure alrieadl inmaile
would give a -pleudid yield
"To carry on the Evx-hitbiion n-xt
year would only be asking the gular-
antors to let their guarantee stand un-
til -next year." he -aidl "No guaran-
tor (duld complain of being asked to
allow another year to go l.y before lie
in requested to make good a deficit "
The following is a list o.t the princti-
pail guaraontrs--
tThe Government II'II'ali,'t
Sir Robert McAlpine and Son; 15l .i.iiii
The Underwvriting Mleinber-s ofj
Lloyds I .. l,).01'6
The Big Five of tile banking
world 5'a.OaIa
Anglo-Persian Oil Cotmpany l, .,)ti
Footba1., Assoc-iation .. 1.i.1)1
Furnegs Xwitlhy, and Co l.aliit'ln
Inipr-rial Tobac(:o Company ,)f
Grat Brit'lin and Ir-land.
L tl. ....... 10.ii))
P. and 0. Steamship Companry 11.1aoi)
Virkers. Ltd.., and As-s.arer]l
Co's. 1* 10.)ai0
Oldham Master Cotton Spin-
ners' Association'.. .. 7.1a)11
Sir W. G Arnmstroung. Whit-
worth and C9. 5.1 i1
Baldwins. Ltd .... 5.iiai
Rolls-Royce. Ltd 5.1:
Shell .Transport and Trading
Co., Ltd 5.11i,1
J. and P. Coats, Ltd. 2.5,:,,
Coirra ulds, Ltd 2.5mal
C. T. Bro.k and Ct.o's- Crystal
Palace Fireworks, Ltd. 2.t'f,'
Bryant and May ,. 2.000
- ...- Coarmercial Union Ashurance
S' Co. .... .... .... ... 2,000
Williams D-acons Bank ........". 2,000
Coutts and Co. ..... .... 1.OO
Mr. Charles B. Cochran 1.:.11i
Sir Alger-non Firth,, BE. l,.ir)
The Colonial Bank ......... 1.000
A. W. Damage, Ltd............. 1,000
Oaumoat Co., Ltd. .....'................ 1,000
., Samuel Greenlees .............. 1,000

U,.*-.A, t tit FIL~ let-lt~ha lh

Lord Morri .
.Jane Pain anil Sonil-. Lil.
wV. H Snith andi Son
St. Jamvi'a Advhrtiiung andi
Pilblicity ComUpany. Ltd.
I F. W intour ....
William Younger and Co.
Sir Oswald Stll ... .

1 ......
1 IlllI

1 .11.1 a
1 aaiaa1.

It i a-" hi e- n ta tI tItit til-, r-ilk of a.
De-o J.lrh l-e thlr guaranteed t l4111:,li 1i..
and that if the def-iit Ir--ui.ahI- 0 .' 1 -r
a -nt of th. guaranteed tigiir- lie
would havei a per-0oual I oa t<.i' 62a.atiam
This ii no l o A high ti li, il Of' ith,
Exhinition u Lhai ii ha i i '(c e plainL-d r,.,
ile that tim i'L I'ihI'i y .~ai .,agit. h1 iAn -
arrangements 'wele It iing mi1.1, t,.lI
Treating' tlhe Exhibition. thl- Duke ,.f'
Devoushlir. a, the then head of' tir-
Colonial Ortfie. and th.--r-tr.-, th.l
member r ot' the Goveriiniint mo-.t a:.n
earned mill the Empire Exhibiti,.n.
undertook t u.. 11- lii indiiu n, a- itlh
the Gov lrnine-nt t.. back the it t-_ i 'ri-i
to the xtlent of a guarantee of irm .ipin.a
This has been carried' out and exceed
ed. as the guarantee by tihr- Goverii-
nit.-nt liar rea'-lied I; I'oI.II.Il Th a iuk,-
him-elf is a reronal EIIar.aitor fort
a -mall anmuiint.
The que.-tion 'whether lite gudrall.
tort will he Sav'e:d from a ijll l\ an-
other Wnibtl,:.y eason next rearr no,.
rectts largely a ith til higge-s-t guaalit,.
Ltu o: all. nailily. th i- G a.o-rimnient.
The fact. however. ran-ain. that the
Governmnaiit- optiniif-i ha.-- .adiy
< raised. that there w ili )ve a defi, it unknown extenirit .In th.- millioul .nli
quarter tI .a niilli.u unlal a l it'f that
.'a,' "- lar 13ht>--..i

The Assembly's Address

Inl Repl. t, the Gosernor'" *'Ire-i lh 11
the Opening of the Session.

Ve-t-eriJ.v' aiternoou atr 2
.o'. :k. Mir: Speak-r and mre\ibera.-i af'
ilh- Hotl.a- oat' A-.--n'trily wvait-,1 on ill
<;overno, o.)t' Rernmuda in thi- t'<*lh.'.i!
C1'hialTnli-I airn pr.-r n t. Hi- Exi. i-it -
r,1 t,-* lir Sph i: u. i sh|- h :.or, i nll Lg ,o'
I'oail lal Parlitla.-nt Tih-. A.ddn --
Itllo ing. waa- read by Mr S.p.--aker
K.C M.G.. K.C.'V.O.. K.CB. G0B '
,1liia t Plt'isa' I -oaii E.,', ail. r,/:-
Win. His Majesty's mnior Jditifu!
and loyal subject,. thi( G- ( neial A--
nembly of tilhe Bermi'tlal or S-,nI-er-
Islands. thank Your Ex,.ellenty fl-.r
the Speech li th whi. li oti e-i,-
rlea?.-ed to open the- pit-nt ---r -. .n .t
the Legi-latil'r
Wt- ret. oeni.e that tlere i- artn .--
tensive pritlgram1nnIle (I' lJ-ei-larion ail-
read5 in conotenmplation and ilenire to
assure Your Excellenty that o1i
earn-est and prompt f attution will ii.-
riven both to thei matte-rs oIrtlinedI n
Your Excelltn,-ny's Spet-ch and ta-o -In iIt
aothIer ne -ute cIa ot ini polra iit-, a
Ihall Conie litej[',e its hn t rh- couI- t t'
the Sesioii. -
%We concur with Your Excella-nv
, in recognizing the ne,:esilty fo-r ,:on-
s-olidatin an- d a i n -o .- r'e.p.( .4
amending the Acts relating re'pr.,.-
lively to ilmiilgration arn to rlit,
King Edward VII Memorial Hospital
and in 'the- d -iial.ility of nakinp
early provision for the etabli'hnmnt
of an i-olation hor-plral.
fWe eel that thie Cluny. ii finan-
1ally "in a -ouind and rairt -atlM',:_-
tory condition: but 'we shar Your
Exciellency'*- opinion at to the desira-
)ility of pre-enting the E.timat-s ini
such a foim a-s will. if aio.t.ible. ini-
iulity administration and mak- th-
uctial finant ial 4tatlii- ..f thea A'lan\-
irror r'eadlihy undrnlr.tood. Pro\i-inn
will he mad- t':oIr -i1.lu a4Ippletn.-itarl.
applropriationl a- rnai. be rl-)u' i. -d
for the current year.
Our fulr-ili-r attit iLi,..n will hI- eiia nl
to matter- li-'-rred to as iar ,io all --
ao-'d iof viz the- qui --tion" a -lalinlt
1o pen-ion ofr p11l.li,: ofl.,:-i ai. ,
thl-ir widowa- and orphantli. lili ap-
pointmenit of" a Coloni.l Auditor artnd
ihe problem of Juvenile- d-linqtiuenc\
W e tnUlst that tiipe Ilffi, ult'i-,
which ar, :. in me -xpeli.-u -l in tiiiaii;
thi- appointment of Colonial Se:re--
rari may lie uo.:o..--,fillo. m -1 omn,
and we aire prepar-d to, give cart'efil
consideration to r]re r-.-niati on.
made by tlie Stectetar. of .atai- t..ar
thle ColOni- ,lth reegard to iI.- 1:1.-
ton- dutie-s on airtlatr unrd r i, rt,
representation -,t made by tlie Boar.I or
Agriculture with regard to the dill\
,.,n bananas
We -shall gladiv avail our.i-lv-s oft'
tile opporria nity to eive practical -:
ralr--sion to thi .-.ymrulathliy wo r.-f l f.-,'r
tlie inhabitant- of ti?e LeeNaril
I-idand-,- uvh, have- taitr'I',-reij ita .,[
life and i property by re;n oft ile
hurricane w which r-.:enrlt rah \a i--
tiho-se land,
Th- iliportanc-.e of manrainin in an
efficient and regular Sti-amui'p .ir-
litc betwve-n thi b Colony aud Naw.
York i- t'nly realized aunad l e will u,-
oiur be t e-n. eavolur.1 to in tiir.- bothI
that tite general intere, t- oft tn e l 't- il-
on.y are proIr-ct-edl and that the -.i-
cienc-y of thie ser\vi.e i-.ln l.a, \wa irm-
paired W1- also learn vnith i--p-. .i |
-.atir fai. ion at'of rthe re--tahli ihn-rnt
of the direct pa-,.senger service within
the Mother country and on ur witi
Your Ex-ellency with respect to th.-
-i-abiliry of t'sternmne and imr.Ov-
inc this 'tear-iae
W e lreco. ni- e th.- t'aat that ,:., inE
to the isolated position oa: these
Island-, all narti-r's r-lairatl to a hit n-
nels. ships and .shipping have a pr--
culiatJy direct bearing upon th.- pr,--
perity or itha- Cr-lonr W ar.e ta-
cordingly glad to learn that he -roak-
crta ter lwhili re--entiv arrived in the
Colony is likely to prove entirely 'a1t-
isfactory agd we shall be prepared to
give primpt and careful considera-
tion to the proposed Bills relating to
the control and navigation of' the
channels of the Colony and the clos.e-
ly related operation of the Signal
We agree that an Aquarium and
Biological Station would prove to be
a valuable addition to the other at-
tractions of thd Colony and trust that
the counter-claims of other necessary

ti.blit ,.,'rt k'. v'ill not nui lul delay i
,-,,,i-,n ti tI ....-i,.. nt WANTS.
- Ui h n 11 hf1t ,1.n.
Ili' 1 7Y31 Y LIr l't'. lt-i. lI. \ -- -. -- -- -
hitat th- %-'.-.1 [.r'ol.lt-ul t -.ti-fi..-- W ANTED---A oi.a et, C'ok and
l,.l'y hi. .11 l il.il tt. l.ia ..rai.tl,.n 1 .a-I Houu- nii id. ApIply Mt... J. E. Light-
ile w e ut Ia.it.i't -tuilti n' .r i.d iwce ilouru. Rox. n."'. P m.- i l'oke?. be-
'u.ast that at r ilt i ld l-i ir.i -i i1ipon tw i-n : a-udl 1 ai .u. I
Slnese ra rA all Lt!a i1e?.I-'. b a .b ,
,., to u miay .' Il ni r in r .- .u inI 1
lia)opd.iey .:.i U.- FOR SALE
;l iod .- I|- -. ----.
2 ;i h li il...-. 1 a 24- A PIANO IN GOOD CONDITION
The' <;,i loi'. R+e,>ph. Prije Reanoiialjle -
ii E: .-,I In. y tI G :.,.- r.,r m i.- A plv.l to I' l i\ ,adeiLlin,- P..t ge -
n- t,_,l, h r ly lIn4- 1, ,"1.l'lo-: fl,,dl \\ ui! k. E a-1

Ihr, t,, ., l ,, / ,r .. .., h .. o
I t .lia k .L ['tI il ]i Aalir-a. In ri
! '," it thae S -* it: ih lt. it I :l r the- hliOai
..Ill r... ,- l ii r t y 'ii con thh.- occt :io,',j
.:.t ..,-, hlh i'... l .nil P.i ri oi n .. t oi 11 th .'
l.'.th in-t.i t
Ct1.. 10. I 2a.-'i i, .
i, 1 i. .Ia r. 1 24.



Department of Public Works


Ir i- lhe-i t ',nuti&ider.l Ithat Darn ll'-I
W iha i a Il..,e.i for (iroa li from lt.I -
a hl 1aai r-eii Ir.
Dir .t... t' Of \\ ,'rka .

\ Corillian id.
Ao.inia (_'olonial ..r_! jl y.
I_'o n Atl i r la 'I '- O 1i e. -.
I.-.rd Oat>r-a l a. 1'2 .


Spruce Ceiling Laths

4/6 per Bundle

Bermuda Green Vegetable
Growers Association.
27.9,24 tt.

I .t'-.lttl -,liil6 'y ars of Leade i-
.Ship ) r at'earin Apparel..

| Men's

i~ =


i J.

I 80- and 100/


SBrothers i


English & American



The Bermuda


Ar'ily o --
et' lr[o-ii Hi. Pot1 Offie:- .


"Hurstholme" Hamilton
A.M. TO 3 P.M.
Circ.uilar on Requie.-.
2, 1.1 .2 -'. w k .

THE B.C.R.G.A's.
are having their

Armistice Service
,- /n -
November 9. 1924 at 3 p.m.
-- t. -
A lt'f r t ll'- t -_' i:e. t heir w ill b,-- a Re-
*-_pion 'r( l the lulolubetr-. of the B
R 1; ..X. an l .Ahl ,ir at thel- U.t0 of
0 F Hall.
vill I- -a T%- T ii-|,-,rt-w ii iou xn'.'.'. wharf
a.1 1 i. .allin at Darrell'. W harf
---tlturniuc from Soii-r-'- i t t p i lm
Tickets on s.alt iat Mr.1 AA.Joy.nes' Va-
riel., Store. C'oum't Streel,
,. R. EVAN.s -

O0 t. 2S: Nov. 1; Nov. S.


ill inaike their lir-st ;i|lp clearance, be-
'aule they got the West Indies
Blues, on
Thursday. October 30, 1924,
Colonial Opera House

Grand Variety Cdncert
'li 'hv -l tori l a i in- \v Ll tett-;. S.i -. D1n, tt.-. Drill-. Cluh-
So il| .l ,ir. ni.e Sk,-ti ich tial Acruba-
ti.: P,-rforirn a iinc t-.
A-i- r.e Ihy L...-al T .h-nt-
ADMISSION 2 -. 1 i'&- 1 -.
Pro,. -.-a in i Ail of CaI tlral Flower
ji, \-nil- Lodet-. Ne 2. 1.0 O.F Mau-
S:he.-1 r l.T 11 "

215' In 24.-2


of -
Brilliant Fireworks

Court St. Variety Store.



e !


12/6 pair


1 924-.- -. a



On saleerywentIwoe MACONOCHIE BROS.Ltd..

tUnder Contract with Bermuda Gdvernment).


Messrs. FURNESS, WITHY & CO., Proprietors

RoQal and U1nittd States Mail Steamers
Under Contract with Bermuda Government. Fastest steam-
ers on the New York-Bermuda Route.

Leave N.Y. Arrive Bda. Leave Bda. Arrive N.Y.
FORT VICTORIA....'. Ot. 1Sth. Ott. 2t1th. Oct. 21st. Oct. 23rd.
FORT ST. GEORGE...... ...Oct. 22nd. Oct. 24th. Oct. 25th. Oct. 27th.
FORT VICTORIA... ..-Ot. 25th. Oct. 27th. Oct. 2SLh. Oct. 30thb.
FORT ST. GEORGE... Oct. 21th. Oct. 31st. Nov. 1st. Nov. 3rd.
FORT VICTORIA ......Nov. 1st. Nov. 3rd. Nov. 5th. Nov. 10th.
FORT ST. GEORGE .......Nov. Sth. Nov. 10th. Nov. 15th. Nov. 17th.
FORT VICTORIA. .......Nov. 15th. Nov. 17th. Nov. 22pd. Nov. 24th.
FORT ST. GEORGE.... ..Nov. 32nd. Nov. 24th. Nov. 26th. Nov. 28th.
FORT VICTORIA...... Nov. 2tith. Nov. 2Sth. Nov. 29th. Dec. 1st.
FORT ST. GEORGE.... .. Nov. 29th. Dec. 1st. Dec. 2nd. Dec. 4th.
FORT ST GEORGE N.,v. 21tt I'dc. 1Lt. D[t-. lth. Dec. &(h.
FORT VITO-RIA Dtc 3rd ir d-.. .5th. D-r. !tJi. Det. 11th.
FORT VICTORIA D[-a.. 13thh. D--. 5ill. DE-.' iitll. Dec. 22nd.
FORT ST (GEORG;E Daa 2aatli D. 2. .2i.'l Dec. 27th. Dec. 29th.
FORT VI TO(RIA D< 2 7th1. D.-i. 2t1i .J u. 2n0. Jan. 4th.

(Subject to change without notice if circumstances require).

The Royal Mail Steam Packet Co.
Canada-Bermuda'-West Indies Mail Service
Special Facilities for Tourists, Cruises in the West Indies.
Sailing from Bermuda

Fwln screw

'"Mr. J Vallis, Hamilion, Agent

for Bermuda, carries a large stock of
Furnishing & Supply Dr. Chase's Medicines and will supply
in the trade promptly."

I eaves Bermuda for West Leaves Bermuda for S
ladies and Demerara John. N. B.

TEVIOT 17rh October.
PIHAUDEItE -- .lt. October
CHALEUR 1 4t. OCl.:toir liti. November.
CHIGNECTO 2'lth o ri.-lr 2Srlt. Novet mber.

S-'.itinrgs by the famous "'" Steamers from New
York and Cherbourgh. Southampton and Hamburg..
Minimum rate New York to Southampton $130.00 and up.

Hamilton, Bermuda.
October 6th. 1924.



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