UFDC Home  |  Search all Groups  |  Digital Library of the Caribbean  |  Caribbean Newspaper Digital Library  

Trinidad guardian

MISSING IMAGE

Material Information

Title:
Trinidad guardian
Added title page title:
Sunday guardian
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
Language:
English
Publisher:
Trinidad Pub. Co. Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Port of Spain, Trinidad
Publication Date:
Frequency:
daily
regular

Subjects

Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Port of Spain (Trinidad and Tobago)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Trinidad and Tobago   ( lcsh )
Genre:
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
Trinidad and Tobago -- Port of Spain

Notes

Additional Physical Form:
Also available on microfilm from University Microfilms.
Additional Physical Form:
Current issue also available on the Internet.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began with Sept. 2, 1917 issue.
General Note:
Description based on: 25th year, no. 7404 (Jan. 1. 1942).
General Note:
Latest issue consulted: 71st year, no. 22316 (Mar. 31, 1988).

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
ltuf - ABZ3083
oclc - 12086429
alephbibnum - 000354929
lccn - sn 89049124
Classification:
lcc - Newspaper
System ID:
UF00081212:00712

Full Text












(Iurhdan


DRIVE


AT


REICH'S


5UIT UOCUWU 3M. O11 1UTM
FRoZE CNIUO S
P I ....................... ...... .
FROZEN DUCKS
Per ..... ....... ...... .. ... f ,t

CANNING & CO., LT .




HEART


allied Troops Capture Leghorn And Ancona


1a1 Supply
S@D X_

"a s Won
tses 0n

Nazis Withdrawing
Bulk Of Divisions
To Gothic Liine
My NOLAND NORGAARD
ME, July 19 (AP).-American
s, who slashed their way 250
Snorthward in Italy in two
Sand a week of a great
Aive, today drove the Germans
of the big port of Leghorn a
hours after the Poles on the
r saend of the front captured
pa.'
r re of the two ports gave
S Sir Harold Alexander
Mand of vital supply bases for
forthcoming onslaught against
onemy's heavily-fortified uothic
4 and engineers moved in to
I reconstruction of their bat-
I oock iacllities, while Infantry
armour pressed steadily on,
oag the Nazis back into the
bastions guarding northern
p.
r engineers were ordered to
Quickly to restore the bat-
I harbour and as many as pos-
t of the .0 docks," an official
4 announced.
of the port will be re-
Ul however, until the enemy
SMG off the mountain of Monte
a immediately northeast of
SGermans have Installed
y guns there to shell Leghorn's
our, but their position is pre-
kUs with the Americans In
fdera on the south bank of
ArMo River only two miles
y to the southeast.
ITS WRECKED
GoM is Italy's third largest
istl port with a population
0i. The port Is capable of
llag 17,00 tons daily. But
d 601liton r squads left the
ft IN 35 power cranes and 21
* .*Mmuesa a mas of wreck-
mda-lsed port on
te, Was similarly de-
G Oerman*s fled.
'Voargufrol wer
to slow down
e V1ie, Fifth'"Amy
Indi.cdated the bulk of the
On the main front was
Withdrawn north of the Arno
ad efforts were rushed to
NSC the Gothic Line defences.
Ileuter reports that in the
V** of Italy, British troops of
*n-Sth Army are fiercely
bting their way forward from
s where they crossed the
,IArno on a front of six
and captured a town 2t
fl from Florence, The ad-
iseC goes on.
IE Mediterranean Air Forces
* more than 2,000 sorties yes..
*a*. Coastal bombers ham-
Wa enemy positions and
MalUications targets in and
"W the battle area. Thirty-
IN Gorman aircraft were des-
"W for the loss of 19 Allied


Nazi Blackmail Attempt
On Hungary Fails
LONDON, July 19 (CP)-
Reuter's diplomatic corre-
apofadent today reported that
Sthe Oermans recently made a
blackmailngproposad to bar-
ter the lives of surviving
Hungarian Jews for partial
lifting of the Allied blockade.
He said the Oestapo sent two
emiasaries to Turkey with a
proposal adding that they were
turned down when it was
found "to have no serious or
practical backing and consti-
tuted a mixture of blackmail
and threats."


1,200 Heavies

Bomb Plants

In Reich
Dy Rentr's Air Correspondent
LONDON, July 19 (Ileuter).- A
great force of more than 1,200
American heavy bombers t.day
attacked at least six war produc-
ticn and railway centres in a big
area of south and southwest Ger-
many ranging from Strasburg to
Munich.
The weather generally was 'ear
and the bombing visual.
Strong forces of Mustangs,
Thunderbolts arid Lightnings es-
corted the !'lying Fortresses and
Liberators of the attacking divi-
sicns.
Among the targets were the air
armament factories of Augsburg,
the Messerschmitt 109, component
plant, southwest of AuZshurg; a
chemical, factory at Hollriegelskrs,
on the outskirts of h'unich; the
ball-bearings plant at Schwein-
furt; railway yards at Coblenz and
Saarbirucken, In southwest Ger-
many, and Strasburg, In south-
eastern Prance and Luftwaffe air-
dromes, at Lechfeld, Leipheimn and
Laupheim, l in the vicinity of
Augsburg.
There was considerable reaction
by German interceptors, 17 of
which were destroyed in the air
and 30 on the ground by the
escorting fighters, while the bomb-
ers shot down six en.
*It Is probable that this attack
was linked with that made yester-
day on flying bomb and long-range
rocket experimental stations at
Peenemunde and Zinnowitz where,
according to photographs released
to4y, three hydrogen peroxide
plants were heavily hit and another
Is believed damaged. Hydrogen Is
an esaentlal In the production of
the flying jombs.
Reports from Normandy earlier
today said that here again the
weather clouded over taking some
of the sting out. of the Allied air
offensive, but aircraft have been
out to do the best they could.
American Havocs went for an im-
portant bridge In fPrance that car.
rice German supplies for the Caen
battle. Because of cloud Marau-
ders went In first as pathfinder.
In last night's raid on mar-
shalling yards the pilots reckoned
IPLEASE TURN TO PAGE 3, COL. 31


oday Is Last Day For

better Water' Supply Demand

Three hundred and seventy-flve city residents yesterday joined
ranks of those petitioning Government to Intervene in Port-ol-
iW' water supply muddle and takoe control of the city's water
Mbutlon system In view of the Council's inapt handling and Its
Failure to provide an adequate and regular supply of water for
to.
be couponsigning campaign ---------
fe by the "Guardian" on July voted (one way or the other) so
r0e to an end today and up far are Jeopardising the health
eteday nearly 2,,oo signa- and safety of their fellow clilzens
SIn favour of the petition had to the possibility of epidemic and
received. This is about 12% disease, and endangering their own
4.it Of the total number of and other people's properties to the
holders in Port-of-Spain, at hazards of fire. No one who has
hflted five persons per house, not cast his vote by today can sin-
in a population of 100,000. cerely and honestly blame anyone
ents who have not yet else for the future as the oppor-
Up are urged to do so today. tunlty has been given to every
Iut the coupons, sign them. citizen, to every ratepayer and
end or post them to the resident to express his or her views
'w4aw Guardian" office, 22 on the question and unless Gov-
Vincent Street; or deliver them ernment is given a clear mandate
neareest "Guardan" agent expressing the will of the bur-
will forward them to this of- gesses of Port-of-Spain, they may
SIt is not necessary to uee not feel empowered to act to pro-
TOon provided as a plain vide relief for the Inconvenienced
0-! e would serve the citizen including those who have
A-M. _>M who wish to sign been too lazy to exert a little effort
a lVOup, like employees of a on his own behalf. It is thereforE
S'eAP_.ts of the same house- uo to each and every individual.
-mording house and hotel citizen, ratepayer, householder and
" 0or residents of a neigh-. resident to add the weight of his
May do so on an ordin- own vote into the balance by sign.
fscap sheet or ordinary writ. Ing a coupon and sending It In to-
Nr long as they make it day. That is provided the Indivldu-
t intev they demand Govern- al want s more water. If not. all
interventon. he or she needs do Is to sit tight
Who fall to send in their and see the water taps run dry-
Sbytotday will have only and forever more "dry up."
to ble.for any fur- obr tboe who are not satisfied
Syovenlenees they may guil- who want to get a 'new deal.' to-
W for any further detertora- day Is the last day to act. Just cut
Of the water sply stem. ou the coupon, sign it and send it
heir indlfterence to teh health in Immediately. No trouble at all
Ad water requiremenUt and All cupomn received up to todaY
i ftare of their city. r pos- will be tabulated and forwarded
because of the chronic state to the Colonial Secretary's oret
t"etlt which has crip. for oflecial action. Be sure that
Tiida4 dI the eenducet of you make your demands plain:
affairs, those who have not'"We want water."
WATER SUPPLY PETITION
1am cninced that j lanw catuMdfn menes to psebllb health
Security ofli fetnd W p Ot Ino t-of t have W reached
which maha it aeietve for t-he Gowrimmrt to lowe "W
Wer suppy from the City Council ad oe *& adeqnat e and
We i service.
k t o ylt raturm beW g g Md in support ad a POMU'
w aovermamn two s cum aftleml.
316Atrsw ... ......... .............

booto -*soe si-Lb


Montgomery Takes


In Tempestuous 4


Allies Push Through Caen
4' .. 5
."N. ,


Continuing the drive which wrested the city of Caen from enemy
hands, Allied troops pour through the Normandy coast commun-
ity in pursuit of withdrawing German forces, giving them no
opportunity to regroup. These troops are en route to the front.
This in a Canadian official photo released through Assoeiated
Press.


Road Board

Contests Take

Place Today
Holding spotlight in today's
Road Board elections is the fight
in Tacarigua where four newcom-
4is a,'i strivingr for two seats held
by Mr. C. A. Milne-Home and Mr.
4.;y Davies.
While Mr. Mllne-Holme Is back
In the contest, Mr. Coq Davies, It
is reported, had not disclosed up
to yesterday whether he wouid
stand for re-election.
Four newcomers after their seats
are Mr. C. A. Darnmanie, Mr. C.
MA Lastique, Mr. C. H. Buddhu,
and Mr. Soomarsarsingh.
In Chaguanas, four candidates
will contest the two vacant posts
created by the death of Mr. H. E.
Robinson, and Mr. H. T. Patrick
will be striving to get back against
oppt ion from Mr. Sborab Khan
and Mr. Doon Ragobar.
Campaigning for the two seats in
St. Annas-Diego Martin are Mr.
Fred Herrera, Mr. J. Haynes-Clark,
Mr. Charles Ramkhalawansingh,
and Mr. Mohammed Ackbar All.
Up to yesterday no rivals were
listed in Naparima to Mr. 0. B.
Cartwright and Mr. P. B Creteau
who are eking re-election.

War Chiefs Plan
Visit To Australia
WELLINGTON, July 19 (Reu-
ter)-Mr. Peter Fraser, the Prime
'Minister of New Zealand, gave as-
surances today that President
Roosevelt, Mr. Churchill and the
war chiefs of the Allied forces
would visit Australia and New
Zealand after the close of European
hostilities to plan the final defeat
of Japan.
Referring to the outlook on civil
aviation, Mr. Fraser said that it the
joint proposal of air international-
isatlon between Australia and New
Zealand was unacceptable to the
majority of the nations concerned,
these Dominions desired complete
international control of the cover-
ing routes, reciprocity landings, re-
fuelling facilities and arrangements
regarding transport of passengers,
mail. and cargo.
New Zealand, the Prime Minlstn-r
stated, would favour the proirn
tion of a British trans-Pacific Air
Service, Empire owo'wd and opera-
tel, resembling t. e tr'nt-Arabian
service with reciprocal landing
rights between Umpire and Am-ri-
can air ports.

Provision Made
For Africa Soldiers
LONDON, July 19 (Reuter, --
In the House of Lords today, the
Duke of Devonshire, U'nder-fecre-
tary for the Colonies, recalled the
many plans for the rehabilitation
of African ex-soldiers In the vari-
ous coloniesl of East and West
Africa and Central Africa.
For those who did not wish to
go back to the land. he said, pro-
vision had been made to train
them for trades and village craft.
A comprehensive scheme of slum
clearance in rebuilding Lagos and
lmprovn housing conmadtions would
ive work to demob lised soldiers.
The Duke empasised that many of
thesn pIns would not be delayed
IUntil t end 2!,!!! war._
Lat Flah
LOWDON. Jly M. & ama
qAW 21 3il" des.
wmha


Surgeon Who Saved
Late King's Life, Dies
LONDON, July 10 (CP)-
Sir Hugh Rigby, 74, who per-
formed the operation credited
with saving the life of King
George V in 1928, died on
Monday. He was surgeon to
the King from 1928 to 1930.


Viscount Gort

Gets New Post
LONDON, July 19 (Router)-
The King has appointed lField-
Marshal Viscount Gort, V.C., to be
High Commlssioner and Command.
er-il-Ohlef, Palestine, and High
Commissioner of Trns-Jordan, in
succession to Sir Harold McMlchael.
Viscount Gort has been Governor
and Oommander-in-Chlef, Malta,
since 1942.

Relief Forces
Near Hengyang
CHUNOKING. July 19 (AP) -
The High Command announced
that a counter-attack now direct-
ed against the Japanese ring
around Hengyang had reached a
point close to the city in which
the defenders are hearing the gun-
fire of relief forces.
It said the Japanese south of
Lelyang, on the railway south of
Hengyang. were forced to retreat
northward. The Chinese were now
attacking Leiyang.

Brigadier's Ra(

Good News Of

That W.I. troops in the U.S.A.
to worry about and acquitting then
Ing course they are being put th
letters from home, was reveakd ir
Brigadier A. E. Stokes-Roberts, Co
who is just back from a liaison vis
London's confidence in spite of
the "doodlebug" that the United
*Nations will in the war in .u-
rope in the notvery distant fu-
ture, was also reported by the
Brigadier, who asserted that this
same spirit of optimism was appear.
ent throughout England.
Referring to the W.I. Overseas
Contingent with whom he spent a
few dys on going to the UEA in
May, the Brigadier said In part:
"I watched them doing inten.
asive training notably an inflltrao&i
exercise in which the whole bat.
tallon Including officer with their
batmen had to crawl over N 00 yard,
through trenhe" and shell hol
and a barbed wire entanglemans
while an Inesant hall of ma-.
chine gun bullets and lgt artil-
lery sh ias was being pourd qer
them, not more than a foot absmo
their beads and g.Z. shells rpN-
sented by quite heavy charges of
explosives wen detonated in edoe
oxtmity to the crawling Me
mis exer was carried out both
by day and nta&id during the
latter powerful muikb
11 olite up whe area, almstb-ad-
Ing th troops.
IN HAPPY MOOD
"I am gld to my that te nMW
battalion m oqtm1 nowf o
both &nd "tas w
In psmMmlwi


*'~,r a,
V ~ '


11 Towns


Offensive


Jamaica Bauxite
Properties Bought
14ONTREAL. CANADA, July
19 CP)-Aluminum Limited
today announced that it has


,-, r-A.


---,acquired bauxite properties min
f'l ,Jamaica "which give promise
Nlalzisl C Ilann of being one of the important
N azi C la V aim world sources of this ore of
aluminum."
British Using wouldiupple
Britis Us1 The company said the new
Su r T an ks Jamaica sources would supple-
Super Tanks ment British Guiana ores on
which the Canadian industry
By ROGER GREENE Is largely dependent and would
b U P R E M E HEADQUARTERS "provide a broader basis for
OF TdE ALLiELD EXfiijuII'ION- the expandlno cf aluminum
A*tY rUACgo, vuiy ut Av.-a. producing facilities in Canada."
tih and Canadian troops in their -. .. ... .. .. .. .
tempestuous new two-way on ensive
have captured at least 11 towns In Jan e
a sweep east of the River Orne, Japanese
and tonight British tanks were
rumbling down the Caen-Vlemont abinet
road leading to Paris. Armourt net
supported the Infantry under the mou
command of Lieut.-Ueneral Sir ge ns
Miles Dempsey, leader of the British | 10
forces now fighting in the outskirts R sg
of Troarn In a thrust due east of --- --
Caen. A strong screen ol Nazi NEW YORK, July 20 (AP).-
anti-tank artillery is slowing the Domei, the Japanese News Agency,
progress toward Vlemont as Rom- announced ov.r the Tokyo radio
mel throws the core of his German till. morning that Premier Tojo
Infantry into the battle. The towns and his entire Cabinet have re-
captured in this great surprise on- ihe Tokyo broadcast.,. recorded.
slaught are Incresdent, Cagnes. by the leder.al Communicati ons
Grenvllle, Banneville, Touffreville, Lummlsslon, quoted a statement by
Bibeville, Colombelles, Fourbourg the Japanese Board of Informati.on.
ville. Many hundreds of pilson- The announcement came day
era have been taken and one ca- after Tojo was divested of his con.
nadlan unit reported capturing so current post as Army Chief of
many Nazis that its progress was Staff in a continuation of the High
delayed because it could not take Command shake-up that began on
them along and the Germans pro- Monday.
t:sted against being left behind The Domei account carried this
in the midst of the battle. Introduction: "Tojo's entire Cabi-
A German broadcast admitted net has resigned. Premier Tolo's
Cabinet took a resolute step on
that Nazi reserves are thrown in July is and affected the resignas
against advancing British forces tion of the entire Cabinet."
east of the Orne River and said the The Board of Information an-
British are using "supertanks of nouncement was issued July 20
80 to 100 tons." (Japanese time). There was no
(According to a Canadian Press explanation of the delay In making
message, General Montgomery the resignation public.
declared that Ared troops "will The Japanese announcement
have no diflcua defeating the sd "It has been decided to
have no difficu~lt[fl derfeati~ng the etrena'hen the Cabinet by a widerl
Germans in rfance. Our objec- tethen the Cabinet by a wider
tie is tO write off German pe leo of personnel By utili-
sonnel and equitmeat and blee gall the meane available, the
elan de i present Cabinet was not able to
thWe h mzav elitaryssa f to achieve Its objectives.
4eat and the time wlU 04om Prior to this shake-un, changes
when the enemy can't go on had b een made In the High Corn-.
Yesterday was an extremely good mand of both the army and navy.
day and there is no doubt we lAter it was officially an.
have gained a tactical surprise. nounced that Tojo had presented
We have very strong armoured his resignation and that of the en-
and mobile forces away to the tire Cabinet to Emperor Hlrohito
south and southeast of Caen andIn which be said: "The Govern-
due east of Caen. In winning m et has finally decide to renoe .
this we have undoubtedly writ- at Its i p ersonnel in order to

snem *1 . ^-e''"rrmc orern to-
ten off a great deal of enemyprosecute the war totally.
stuff. Our casualties In pe "In this crave situation, realiling
sonnel and equipment have been the necessity of strengthened pow
extremely lifht.-elmost negli- rnnel in a time of urgency for
gible--so far. I the Drosecution of the war, it has
decided to strengthen the Cabinet
LeA P.. St by a wider selection of personnel,
At tI time the war has reached
Barbados Council a decisive stage and causing
Br ds onithe Emneror much concern be-
Presient Residgns cause of which the present abl-
net is filled with trepidation and
BARBADOS, July 19 CP) thus for th purpose of assuring
Sir John Hutson, President of the the successful prosecution of the
Legislative Council and member war, we anticloate with great con-
since resigned fro thefidence the appearance of a new
Council today s strong Cabinet at this time without
The Hon'ble Stanley Clifford loss of opportunityy"
Thorne. member of the Assembly .
for St. Thomas from 1906 to 1931
and a member of tile Legislative
Council since 1932, has been ap-
pointed President of the Council. Tactics Changed
By MURLIN SPENCER
NEW GUINEA, July 20 (AP)
iocas Stung by the loss of 1,368 men in
i Soldier Boys a"n ursuccesiful frontal asoult, the
Soldier Boys Japanese have changed their
tactics and are now attempting
to outflank the Allied line on
the Driniumor River in British
New Guinea, it was announced by
are in excellent health, w1Ih little Allied Headquarters this morning.
selves well in the intensive train- The Jaonanese forces are at-
tomrtin, to by-poss the right
trough, but just thirsty for more flw.k of the river line by moving
n a local broadcast last night by through the foothills of Torriceli
Mountain. Three heavy frontal
mmmandel, South Caribbean Force, assaults and a series of probing
sit to Washington and the U.K. drives were repulsed along the
Driniumor, 21 miles east of
Aitape. __ __

Two Legislators
Retain Seats
Trinidad Guardian Correspondent
CASTRIES ST. LUCIA. July 19
-Two of the retiring members
of the Legislative Council retained
their seats and one was defied
In the general Sections hers es-
terday.
The io leG Oarnet H. Gordon,
barrister, editor qnd msmb oz
thldEx3ecutive ,un fifth"ua lux
Position "Senor memberfor as
Poll Witmh =votes.
In the iasoom place V. ..
carasmo goh to the 1)i
tor the 2 lum iinte Sb
fobert 0. H. Clarke,. ai
e yomm merchant, WS W oms
ebhaiManof the Casteiss Tawa
Deard and Was a delegate to the
704101111congressof the Aesoqjtadl
Waft Indian Chfagmah-'sof Gosa-
r"in Drautos Melns toe
votes In his first ttempt o Enter
umDbImotum.


-.,rj


Russian Troops


Smash Across


1941 River Frontier


By W. W. HERCHER
LONDON, July 19 (AP) Moscow announced today that Rus-
sian troops smashed across the 1941 German-Russian Bug River fron-
tier in old Po*and in a drive straight at the heart of Germany, snd
in a njcwly-opened two-day offensive along the north of the Latvian
border hurled back the enemy 25 miles on a 43-mile front.
The Bug River from which the'- -
crmans attacked Russia on t l
June 22, 1941, was crossed by B l F
Marshal I an Konev's First,
Ukraine Army north and south of -lml E
Sokal above the imnerilled O'r- 1 1 I
man stronghold of Lwow. *
Seven powerful Russian armies A uM 'v
Are now hittin, the Germans on a By ALAN HUMPHBYS,
700-mile front In the greatest Renter's Specilal Correspondent
combined attack ever launched In KANDY, July 19.-The battle for
the east.
German radio, broadcasts ack- Imphal is over. It ended with vic.
nowledged the cros.sinq of the Bue tory for the lith Army and defeat
and said ;-he Germans, supported h)r the Japanese. Tne Japanese
by heavy tank formations, were srd Dlvislon-the beat fligniers in
striking bac'- fiercely In a n effort Lieui.-.Ueiu..,u Mutaguchia k-aute
to keep the Russian horde off the India" army-has abandoned Ita
Polish plains leading to German much heralded plan to capture
Silesia. 245 miles west of Sokal. iniphal and retired trom the plain
Moscow said Sokal. 45 miles into the jungle-blanketed hih
north of Lw-w, wa.s cantured in an cpaked and easily defended Chnd.
onrush n which Soviet airplanes ills. It thi division wLuch
held undtspitcd sky mastery. was promised the "nonour" by It&
EIGHT MILES FROM LWOW infantry group commander of be-,
ing "almost annihilated" in the
Lwow, one of the greatest rail battle for Irmphal which "will de-.
hubs in Europe, was also im- cide the success or failure of the
perilled Ly Soviet spearheads greater East Asia war" to quotf
which overran Remenov. only eitht the Japanese Order of the Day.
and a half miles northeast of that Instead of making a face-saving,.
stronhold. food-grabbing, all-out attack on,
To the north. other Russlan Imphal, the division preferred to
armies were fighting Just a few withdraw alive, foregoing th,
tmilles outside B:est-Litovsk, 110 glory,
miles east of Warsaw, after cut- There is no organized Japanese'
ting the railway v leading north to resistance within 25 miles Of I-
Bialvstok at Kleshcheli. Klesh- resilstance wtheini2ng m e n eo
cheli. a junction of the Brost al, and the remaining enemy
iLl \vak-Biaiivysto and Warsaw- forces on the plain are falling be4
Baranovich lines, was captured uthwrds down the idd m
A total of more than 1,137 towns towards the Chind HW11, wth 5.
and villages has been captured by rearguard blown Wp dgM aA
seven Russian armies, 700 of taee trying to delay tIeoo
by the Third Baltic Front armies On the PaId sector the Japan-
ioqlng over to the attack south of ese are 80 miles from the Imphal
Ostrov along the north Latvian Road. Here their resistance It
border, stiffer, and they have put In some
(Reouter quotes Marshil n.a- sharp but unsuccessful counter-at-
lln's Order of the Day as saying tacks on Allied forces eight mila5
that troops if the newly-created east of Palel.
Third Baltic front under Gen- In the Ukhrul area an official
eral Maslennikov forced the communique today said that do-
River Velikaya and have broken morallatlon is spreading among
through atirong German .de- the remnants of the Japanese 15th
fences scuth of the town of and Slat Divisions. When Allie
Ostrov along a front of more troops took a place 17 mile from
than 40 miles. A German gen- Ukhrul oneor the main @nemOW
eral commanding the 31st cr- ap@ routes, the JapanMee absn-
man Infantry Division has done their transport and fled In-
surrendered.) t t jn
The Red Air Force announced to the jungle.
the sinking of the flagship of the
Finnish fleet, the 3,900-ton coastal PACE MOV FAU.
defence ship, Valnamolnen, with NEW YORK, July 19 (CP).-
fcur direct hits in waters near B.B.C. today quoted Stockholm r-
Kltka Island. The 305-foot ship ports saying: "The Germans have
was commissioned in 1930. She tried to contact the Russian Geo"
mounted four ten-incb eight four- eminent for the conclusion of I
Inch and four two-pounder guns. separate peace but failed utterly"



CANNING & CO., LTD.

AERATED WATER BOTTLING WORKS
PARK & RICHMOND STS., PORT-OF-SPAIN j


DEMAND


CANNING'S


DRINKS


* MangL (cA &h


gjqqnt 62lsL Sad 0&W t


ACCEPT


ONLY


THE BEST


me Ikremsart jF"P

* L ell




AERATED WATER


CAN N1NI &
*B<"y C01 yy1W .13L *aN B


WWMG


SVIETS


AIM


I


Awe"-ki.ll


i









"m uL


;-r~ GwMm
~' -
- ~
~ ~
-


* -- -o #=pa-
am
--spoo
SAL C -S~t@MMO

Nomw low mmamm- p
MO 4of A"M M--OA


ATTOMPT. JvLjT a.31. I _


LetDay Of Water CSMpgI
Turns On A Simple sua
x brwngig iU "crpS I "or iviW-
t toe watw peta n S to& cos wte
nfrj4"d Gurdian" draws attm oo
to th S=ple naMtW c t e ofW*,-t
c.und and funy have pSd the
water debaa. The City Cofl-, weerung
to prae1Ver :t rg^S, &aJ nrlt'..i.- t' G.eTflAft. It bi sin a xmeasur
sought to pnssbil t7 t o tr
Grsrjwr.zt. On. c: /o o 2 memberse.
prckted prteaps m t :I .-.' coCMScMes,
have blard -.te engi n r T Engne.er
D epartmer't !s Xn effect Ma i, wnth zwr
truth, .at ?he C;ty Fathtrs are gwlty
of y3rs of ofF tructin and neglect. But
none of te. thj ngs are tea.n: vday.
What. rsatt'Tr S Awater Trhre i; not
enC1-1a of A. The 7.'x !%," iong
ttxiU an d &A reZwed-, muga M b ound
qw7i-y, The City Concl -ha.s proTed
, a3:pe-.n ;t g.e ; The Gc'ver-mentt
u not !roe IY V r' b uuers of *4 *T-q o, but






2t r. -."t -, bec9i-Ys ia -: s e


..o
*I ?'%tY r*t.&'i 5"- p -.A*e''!. : y-X '





ar t '", '" - ofV 'ale % -br
f. :..ys Ae. /. az.",hA' ',.m D-"..:* c.nga.r.-; *.
f"T'U:..," &**.-"4 C'':.::* COI:4. c'Wr-
fel-the

-Mt~
Ta Les t". a ; o t m- and n .rge-





f"r Z3 I t -Ae bei g ch q, we appeal t
fzTXre reasn of C"ty Cwanr l and Goit-
root'is- rX-iutx1 o: ma'nrothat Wceran






a matyr', bzt water. nThi pisthefrn'y
** PF*. Hd Hr.c.j, c. Th?.-, Ha:. Crn;-




dy of the- r.paig .1 no tmrrow w* e caI be
t*DL "' t L M 'TO quibble w- about
I 4a. l r.ghe wrsl be playing into t rhen




14-,ds Of incmpetence. Where can we
get water? Who wrill gove It to as? Are
our : ri t ga Citi.ns and t cr.p and ayerd-
.be etay igned? To ay the
T t~ ::. p.r;* .n*-ich we appeal




C4 ?u must e te t t" e to ettle agn
ob: m It cannot settle is foll.ggy. I Oh
reot erretdinnz oM rad that Roztter at
thet wminent. but water. This i the final
day of thet can-.papig' toasonrow Wi1i be
tom, l re d to agn. To qubbl e now about
mnirdpaI r;|hta Wil be playMng into the
hands of incompetence. Wtmer can we
get water? Who irill give it to at? Are
our owni rights as citizens and taxpayers
to be eternally ignored? To say the
CotincU must be Left fiw to settle a
problem It cannot iettle is folly. "Oh
freedom ,*" cried Madame Roland at the


ON WED., AUGUST 2, 9t 1


THE FRIENDS OF E


press


MUSI


MEM'
Under the Distingt
His Excellency tho


SIIFP~ted hg I
Including:
Mr .M N3aM Ca ter




iWetdl bp ME.


$00 b*Im b" b I


IX ax LUK


e Acting Governor. im o ro*S =-- .I-g- -f ", The Motor Vehi.es, And r
fe t w e a t~ othe Urn a Wit oMa r"af w
&X,6 Ato- uVA anii n - In. f -:- Regulation, 1944. Rg
1M. a-in tary ecoao." Ills inD Ta h-aj A- f

. M l.-fl " '- ... "'- "I --< "~ ^S^ yD~.,"'. .
*. t 'he .") &r. C.M>W S.Wt Za"reta ef armpayable for th
M&I1%CavftilomsShould Rbu9Great ObsSetm! w B Czzr
U 0_7 w W & atte *me w
Seen leveled a ts as s ts i fa & V"E - ft each addaio a s

T.. P n satwaet ty p peiatowC th at the Oal a p t ** i M- is b to i V
: NJ C)40AwLdSEO Do fw as y SoU"Ti' e:--di
th-AA UMVWehUI1 42 L eS O POND. th 4am~ep
W Wy Ip k U tim ve 1 i tita. tw ithe a .N9i an5 c isWB 4T i me:
(3333W ~~~~ba -A 5 ayme %,dtotpgy~Uionap~g ~ s s .a~m oa
OpmW of thjfo- t hIF ednIorai JW'3-M~ -.a ig in t ewen- bow.Qug w
to w arIf tw t hoo d b lat o f I nhb g t.aBB
do go t eNdsaiat f~ otet
iii. ,iini 1.1* to~) "N Muft medte 0 K0 t to~nt-Mr wlla thei o-irOa *fti5 86i~l rfa s ob Chao n St" * *-
gire vUss a er atIle-mps" wo'A !t fais 11 aIn pa A the hm 4M t ime saL'
be so low..Noug"WtS l'8 bsy&gS- .7 Pss e l
Wb^da- now ifta was. be roe )" *I be* Thenig Swa& sew' ft


- ....4 -- a-


41
,, ,





,|


- -


-'---- -. wio vem m em wq -fi>



AiieW D me r 1 llFie m
AmTo Appu a7 w 1i s'

T-AyMfP-r S^'g~'s^ ^ Q WATERWOIKS AND WATER COHSQ

the I rtO IT ttf ^ f~tl
] a Wre B, om m wmr. w m H5a. 1 A R *3
.."_, -- be -'s -.. _ .jI.m ,egi *< t ~ ~mg*Si--9 i **J.ocuctM **fUMjru ".
belt Ml Ite N- Wl ith wsk'^1 -? aia lmai^ 3rs St je *Ia I^^^~ 11^f ^ "^"rw^



CfrTicH trO ~lMt* Pme jttfrkltft ;aa; t ^^ ^ ^^ 3 c au crm ot tIM^e, <*?U ~ t fl( k
-* _ al w. I __ .

E AIIS fst the lto*taeIbte WI J acti ;^^* ^f\^ ^ f L3 .sr* ar la P-*. ua i*r z L on
a., x .- W i T. t at. ttn aaa a c m aM
T h se.osi N A E 0 eSn t i t f Cbe.Si as f a o R rea Mr> uu u ei
s ~ am on 000, Isfl own~t Find tkBs $Mw E2LS^^S is^r Is2 nod"n3> jor Lr~


NeO i* m.reI *ta *esoa roo Bi tNww ba a iam C. a e mutoo, .amas w iAtee tao
ay Af t& Ue CrCV tp OB infosd t r j ,, t a l B9
EurIa tie. The apmi c~ l ( I -- a .s c ,. o i, ad ai. m :



saw w'rfare a p ft .b th-e is for I < i1-A E 0 L. d _e
a m ; l meIaM *pIa *



s Parents S u Sup Wofm ve wentpeio me ogo a .6 am s 0
I ja las, ow hb'f U1.W s Gan WUmattam ft ~ lo ans





B k-To-The Land Po Waaay wto nw as u 1
.; II hale Itwo %becae so e kw Com A. AS Abaain heeoff3





0souh Wa r f i arze ,ert e fe2and i o n ew un USZr C ODs1 Wz i d CoosI ia t
X 1*4.0 5Tp03S 44 lag iistCML












n,':eo -nere aoa AUB tln Bpa. lohr l .er.^wT r a ,3,^ L ( igxa.es -. --- m" l----------------- h ee- OAcuc el.
tf as mly )ad be U ftadt and le Seocractn w:w roe water flow,- ra-- ni. O-.1 ^. ( K A K C a a a"
We0) "a't began. s Itofdn nth rne oful h t. j za ile or a- k- 10a 1* dC t Use A W o-- hje -,.





.s of- o tp w ,er or, ,-o ba, O "4 "..... ...... .... : . ... xx as aB .. NO e or to tIC E NO
- U"o . . . . .( ) V C O
ien-te '' e -s. o u4 :,r .-. ',=7:b .. TI-=---;,. -lF-xe. T e pu lcare h~eby no-', Pl s 44nsx
Tr~z 4 ... . .W... ggs Jz vn l elnst f tha bvii i onI~bIsI eilf lc
.o.. . .a rynl 1 a O ut. s .. .tpeass de.I&ema
:aw ayh.r I* oo the eky. -M d-5hUt 1 S ow e d o ta
M M ;o n aor ben we oiWM untlan a nu I Ufle Ix fIs a 4 i y n .1 sag a nd of















f*t" a:eta ld V O 1 .?-T* ".". -.^ ; T -r -a B aa cc ,~s-tsA 1*. SCAMp ue-y..*-*.'0 "O --st e not e 1m 5e >
. ,a.t.0 l* r D*rOS ,U.h e Bt-u I Uk u-t-*e. ..... . . "'"ct- -*" .- In on o e ,- 3o w wu Is e
to bte crea-.de Ga a" Of Idg l .,",rn Qm *%.- .A 1'a t ha t.e e a pk to' W g Co1a bj
armyfar the Cait T"gAN1 1or llon andy 1ikg which Is in eUJ ae wa













t e o v .No. a p .. *t :. e ,. :,r .--.-e %. -- W Pmes into zooz ane ndso ; a 'A: o w w-h = etb eLAW 6
,"* jeS u" e ). ... be im" pv of an' a : at' a eul he theO s re there o h e
tgwrreVW vtn~ est Ne eue wst aIsen k o t L. dos $a






Sonene anI r ite-rnsoin sTaf e for l Iato ou Y ^i 8^ '^ O , no: b .i, sl oJrpf f loc oede1m
rh e thestor a wherfre d i n o dt .&o ts i n. the T a oes foce e ,,. 0 ,he e cr U atr I






i from B tRn yn orance u, .... HB e^ -, i ,a" IPA






"he rEa^ penl W. can tJpe Ruia *^*l^^ V ^ -lS r-^^g ^- ^^| MTF
m y.Me: h e l the a m;..ezio miIO-- _<_a
nk Iat:t an be iApp:.fi area toio ans p fo r Perm Pa e t n usolAI















enemy.s. Gothas ar SL .; etene and vepu.--.- shA ^-. ^ f:i ^ 'padiiy h u~i qle (oss ue n -
i on, the nestrn that The eapect to t h e d A. Bi ofHY3O doa u3 OT I M Wqu e r Cr
:ret Be.wken- oToweds bLan Poiytby *, fa7ll .. a oe b ,j ln Claned





toe mkeghr n Anona, plaTece~ing Cmin ourI-ttt rete, <
hn t e ano ter et: Saonr .h te yh Cn. a a S aPpael3 NT
and ea t h rd TheaM e n era ai the igkattns hav.h C s eug to it1 tf t P tto o






=k rbut1 we Can be assur-*,d1141hat 9red Ale;~-V!N*zWt Prnt hudsupr
, r -r VINEGA y Canadin wit hr Ot a ORD" nd r ce

in t-. to t torr rc i a ove two fanspl w erer 3 a t e . o e tedI l ti h May o. qS nt 'mi
Iecbehnd th n the n rut e. r7" < an N" ", ". "O l h A Un S N0








--fictd a wth te dehou ad on bti_ e nxal of D~i-- i i A, re ^ of th- e *t sth t"e tor n.C fc the partic of








Wihthe AEaie Prsi n thsea- offetshe ouin al *"- of M,~ n e.an of t,,,le m$vr . Thisf.~ tile wm ill helpthe people t in erT ohU e nd la outidle Po -fSpoin OM
orntsA i at rshoud beom lea r&er to toe. There we n.e , the e *sd a- __ a 0--z4S 55wit a 67Me9... a..
e A.r o :3a1 t eh we Ia t fo rrese Zn t todou* T e I te o at C -L and s ;u o .n eersi fom Ct e an ada on a mb
Srom n mai re tha d ethe.re I. nothei p taat n e t ;s :,;myth ee o ;tm =bd. woe c o p I peo 1 bS =t -l c me 'AYso be ,aaof a
t o f b thegi by ttmthuetia istt o ath e aJ o tam e f Poordf -R -in .lI neand b










tn IoaJ. -:d t. 5aro more aeon rtn ebpenchn^ te m howf l, 4141 I| 194
AA_,:t fe" zi: t ^e^, t-^ the' o4U'nUl ft ^n3 b _t A p W m in-
of Te rzalt has been n fa r tfre fan t ". ; ^ .i T 5e. trnc4 LCLT ::: s":; :ztz: 72:: tojL :: a L e pub slwic^ TS










p d en n the abni an. r--,e t--,,1-s olU old *in L o eSeII they O dPotO he Bu i e O ta c















84of ernY and --cna -lcn "- ou ^ ^ T -. -^ .n ... ... .. :uoornr thie crop come onl .fr S'*. ^*S 7 Vinen 8tree,,,
ad Adtatiseas. Te have j. n s' Q *- :v s ~n-~ ~--o ; NO s < pd
tD~Lor, ut NoteP can e .anued that repir itrn*pt4 o Fo.r: 7 0lru rh r e the m da&y Ih J TC 1E 04s 1
ares ? e carad On wit Se-at .aw Tra a i-,'. rnney O~ue q pO"d. t er~ n. wa-nd.a or o mm it ta Im mI IV
.. .e* . V uter~ yna vs .,-set .. n had 4~ pnp Eso peni u-.... r Urx !e~aa crw powr t hat i un oul d.I tig o.l
and ifT,,I a s1. wB wich 0
dam ."sastrmn ws s: p-Piorzne h ahd nFle ae ~to x ALP1e M A Dig -.eaz Ca ,donkeA sag ainst quine




tehDe_ tZh4 andaacmCelitis (Slwa bete s Pon ---lSe










that our-~r. "ocs r Wil Baw ~ two suppy I- 1b dTir i'i~ a Gl lnt( o -arun b~ekgr -Qnd ot rhich mt tu i n h where at o f aa t hes foton t tSikens wlu l ta ke place. in & f p~ I 0
ln.g K cif *r m r >g tie bv z fttar. .ose n too ;-i at.s th *oi w-. proa ctioJ a t aiy ladi ed reprky.Oga e )a~er or the smengt nur'ltheis th e fol oing si dartes Or-a~nd V9tr
leths b &end theemIN I& tpl Woar f utre i oG in s ens ot y. P-y, ..Ste r ii. ewnt iosZf sFrom S ot A .L
i t. dadp isrt tz s aXrua oft.o 07- -n,14tht P t c --'-"










Wit tA e C eOMInT the offetansiver .g on alte l t ui u22 Tit1 ea riS. cran the u nd t. ot se A u tf. 1:yAh
.:l. wt .o* a p t loii 0re _ncein "d o tt da w en ta hasr oeen t lof To Co
frckont Itw~ w sol Teho e blaertothe hae e SOV ona ago hj wmin 1 t eithsum pep e at TOnid q.t poiut ca ta nUm^e.4 wihunger.erhnS ob
dimaaen wrau e mthatd teer g i n n n r the pa A S- Mtu dry t h Stceha t-- t qu
to be gate bync coainin aa losmg fiht 14 bl~yoving pftnS 'O.W Morupe S@4' hum tn~he P- N^




.e A t-r v.itt b 1puiat Is but c Si he E
Aae a pe for Wo proCon- ale r te= q7ly t e f The so *-xdi e a of ab oa f t as the *e e o dife r A 5












-Ie&Of nnv plac b .,u to Ao
tre.;- H U-. T tt" e m for& pdu in Psd to lurethem iutrom (d)aICTORronl adidt con birth ad











X -l TtC td th dCtate h t tI a gete d d U De th s
n- t yh ae Ied aM MIig r $.i t te beof Ols wi e Sie- s t swr trosae d b0. m.man .,













I---"_ _' -' 1 e daga pwtww. .re. in ,-2.a te po j(1. trwn g.l int ttle 14 Xt fare e ts ari
on to th nrhen lans he catue an r'.ren~ ~ i~ Tiidd bewtt te es ;n.t CW -e~ms-i-ne eeaiseryoffpgwer -ha-ewould' Trinidad
te l -:nZ ye are -plahI-abd tie of i a .be o wm a lndy o ldo ht sae W4tn0- agaim fSs W u nag Wrm









o' been o s een f oOnd bathefrilt he publhear eat 'aheehygrit at.as ....






















a n d |,,m~e s dueffl ?% m a m aei sSgages, and f > n y or rot ..
efLehrnan A apactne Inourehatabaect wnationCd AHerco14 w m c s f b

-a r W releo q rs" e pss W Into :heir the a
and ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~1 AditnsadTh emn ae R'~~ eetod, erl~ e sa'couetruinesia(hotescnbe dopte hane
naturally destroyed the pott f zlurp, 50rt nav. .%zellIeTer rjv aae, f ae adonkes) aa. h inlslt Equnebine teuperm t.










-shed -otr-g if the.^ 5 ^ -t all ev*-ithe calm try. C1oternment be erf e'k t ersu b.
but we >an bea eai s tanspo t etio or t e r r ta C Z shod sep Sld a cidthln S f t e d te se e th e r se av
tl fa~;-4flS4B :x ~ _-t Ih -x~r;eg sm llr iags tlsiadm I eol e oob oen gtote frwhhee s hele.
ar led rceigwt peadayohrp rtof i- Tar CI mn-ida or community workd
P~u~ ermt e aacetoAn- had a~ T~p -P leooI Olyt G %theeonlnds that ie unultoftUN
t art, our fo erces il ave twos upplyIii-o rm hehe rnl; P and Ho-singb War Prdof which w' i h. Is Ceri n Prts'fthe ol !ytht MeCou nty fSt.nPatricko-S in .
b~~oA~~~z V-Ur. an*a.o th loal W- pr)Iuctio ofly 3 "ie-ar 't WheY7 0 OmlesL-esor in estal en gt it r ha e s hefllwngdt-:
lets ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ArIJ-Z beidtePnte erftr. einn ftesLern"fteu. COM- 'ia.wi ~ .r ecants outside Po4 ude' a brt-fSain"01
Wit te Aieong the G offensivee on all ocoMille*o ovnt ~~Gmean tare altad oftheir daly sbreadin 1a coUndery thate h C00
frotsItshold beomeclarr ~ __ int eqat '4. %6rv. e ~ he pe fodle should 14 n oiti be lbetwe .en10ax-eid with" beMechans'
bak n i r wnsil T ebatlias rlet. 1a Osty toe 12th inT obag
Mnaan suzps eI cscOnUU ~a o .ke butof theat sene p oyedphuising" s- so
reranhed mit itagyetatwheredistanot aregIto ah Mt bon d o suppi) i Vaneedsho oudesMU Uam tothey workfrT hes As eolecn ar rlsoot. 1tht j Ags
tobegand y otiuigatosn fi ht, the Meowle, th efoe tn r ae Jntewokr farrcaetevleofghtheIod GE
in Port-ofa Z0 re or e indeCPe=en- it Moey r aw by ecamegthem ow onro oad
masure tie as op frfsrom prU4 1Of o 0g-the ave 8 t tzheti w erin thie mm i a d sefrtheran d aneardhe ua rsto gma n e nthe bea us ofth difr 0 *P tOfieAuSdn
coagnd. we pi. dependnibetheeaking So ~isdas i. thecikndA e a esurovaeygardnNowticsgvnpatulr
take thed to ad fo ..exmew ~tond.I bcas te akonga Hve wy,9 egthsbcn ome o~nlyaf. -Pinroofre
whnteea zath nyI t eaat- e idig 'e h ad orftez t im n lc a"t
prussian instrultoitha RneitheI a-a-Se l kth iepelego an duey t venIrno rduethe berofLodanlyvbreys IWilb
':on' t L a m PlYs o omunst c ide a rdad. am& s C ONd t RteWjdn'OfL bOARD NOIa
An importim,41 feature ofjisaiathereatnes Wa c bui t eait T*%A are.tdn ob
a_-dt 9-A hW in cont roert tdlble as._and __in___other______________
FEE PRNE 'st D.h br~t uDJ e rrnG 1ae7S.1-Wrses : Reiv-es-pa ~a ainly wtevale uerofhoes foo.dr ouh
t 1"di X.-__f-a me ovided or producing mspouto h epl hvie lcsadow eso nm t ob na
F1r p'k 'ater Itz tim mntawy eI Litmry c,1`0 av s-uin t at the muritysui4 are hsr en otyadised thto no f irther acnde of ,
asething health be donea .so &apply tnatejm waii Suth Amewca.thItg
hveRm deAil weo., IteI vx Vi P-lie Intcalt ngmuay e a hiafto er the folowig fo dst bs
ents their moos- Ano~~~~~~~~~~~~~the asrarie at tv ale isafedhi efaaau eti le l Ma ad m tpruca Inldg
a. am steYstpoyinbee mt-re V0ingmat fod. t cn e as51tataecr?!"-lwe oq
inmt* e thefacttfaanewer ca0 mtti 1udevloang a stat Inevo Rc ery ds. a taxi ndr-vr wneme 2)Ml po ci sDa a t~ed-cheese Im
1_._ Vl rj!retsl ithlelage,1511kiagswe ye apracerdaby It- 0.tWILLIAMt S ,i A.v V. fos oeu
Itapa in:r,# Allied forcesmart norw anaandgathed to stiag beusumofAd itr ruremn u~
Th~e to tw--rime, the atro m n, By peop, inaIt ernalcmuX oss ,aoe.tebnsa epm-
an ec eleta oiind V m sh t e I f."4t1n ,toW sealsuffieetin (3,fo. tCa enas. Tat w d m-
enemy s GothickaaLinehdefencesakendUcushe'for s"be"*ahar fc
It244) ioss e. t tt W en @Af tican Co & m pe vented. himeftha m it h h & re-viN fewPlofcUW r emaz t olbs-g
on to thencilther Plains.The captrt tndnal tildet, rivetenu o be person bm. n te cmmuitydeH o f&ilw~ "r~edU
largely hee S ;Ase L sm Wer l ot t paid omben ody Wce d obg a oashare-
Less Wet ~ herr, Q;ic pric. 55.YTItOhe Wer Afigcan$~ b wuBe O (- w eatr4
-he weeco& hnia ryin. jVat re sPeovted fin ce W5ulldin*Ws
hui she Potrapori co theheofrhe ian 1 s ria u ter se, ttweh eoe otths n ~ e oiwa er. enmark u. i6evsina""JY. 194141.
an dralc es TeGrmn ave .ataTWOhEn Lag wa-s'theb bat7 Ut -


ram,, , IIII I I


1 ^ '


q

i













iptI*ernmm Says Hitler's
"IeFals Ila Disagreeiment
M Umlto wti e 'i. In-0'
M g 0__ 00 'Ml0 a
x"OO. N Pam%> on Ao 000850 *w* lown to"

4oM 0"V s, nar 5.5Ja to Pof aispa.
asin 40t 4c "M ri 0l"l wiah o Vowa a *er



D - tm to4 or- tS i Brt IS tuks


hod to oba.uI
bad- to obey Rumble Down
of O Whetne p a
iauw tRoad To Paris




hee sllad the Qerpla, ocOIST- Imm nVqu tPR@Mt tAM I)ll
|tc tSSs 14 ar* aM loewwe ein ie t
Is U MOW or- break m tGtdfiin wd




5!wn. haie h yaIpsdgf, 1lleg Woute
atho ) yon date" AI e rrops te

tewin i.h fwe tih
o e L t a Me

and i.0


Sf2o i bh e aose ans. 5tt I B o
p ,e announ any criti, r of a P Mlh" on.
M operation.
am AM re, comniunlque toniglt the Britits
, he called a cOSrS woJn onld Canadians are Irivlin aerosa


is end fadmir ire t the re Wai tward t? largt
s a Nert of 5Shiol, andhe At- town sf wSm. 6 miles southeasi
.of l ea l a n. w/Aied ti o te re ae
WSMt I~ 1u he as' t W u3^Wa tr how U#o as ia 1 from nne t1oeBo nis


4 '%"Ils 2fae w a s his Idl os-bt g 100,0 and 150,
0lo h ott ti, Uf at dioy mouat 0ti




re5te isdan %dSl trhe tone Iohan- e
0"0614 SM* at~au ^wu"a-olM*



Ifo tot' MOauve
In Ufa was t o je a tto ii gre&t
or Inte r, bTa e s 114 u veral ges
oh ndf the r= m War onOre. tiJs & battle M t'hi
-C ibsep ! p, with0no Gie d<
o.. et o h f t.h Beoelv--A


I 4~"Mand oere with 6B wbole 01auv14

Br O1 =eaw Wk ttH t toatK S
afutrotr~t Rtoady pnaN lam o gai
Ju~~l.qd OWrom wgo t M a nk Is So l
*aod hm~as. 7%0w sfaisfmle o
aIre w iros t 'A M
hes sahent %t of 11W cI




SsLa ws cptued st
tao h e "p u t bankte wet ofank tanI




uncerta Tarn .ke *desNrwsdV atIa
Al ?iSrl Camaig 'n tf 0 CA




uy mIC -to, !a $nor aI1m wr till"
ur b a l r me up the e ote
"tet Ofr= t"he t 4.la
an ae tace two ue d a hart ai-s





UPYNttIOI TOA SFACTS DISKWMcaptSEDb
nf C8 1U&.S brethqu ther 0thr 1. th
he noer,. tTaoo, t.i Ieked 1





ontt(Cm~g "D-Da2!
qu ,o,. "my or wroaMniud eld on week ateo wek.ot
I rM um AnM ut tsoo- i eat sie tae bstheat fromuh 0
Case hisn thruh D wmeouvrUe thro


'o"M Mve~t h toll ttrquar s e e ast of Vat
let vce-pes~enthal eon e ll- to uard Mountiomery's tlar
Aema t bank of the Oorne toisi
'wod o U &reidst' clme Coqm-berllesbou thtand Vaucelesl,lt Cth'

th* wdo le .. toulv ed tO hWel
IoFcn MOO flUJOMw battle ramt dhathe tot usual t
quick at outattk uncertainty.was





Mexican Towns W Wnofnt one in an. ion
un i u cth watern c~oon e of the




Jy I0 C(AP)--M b the dak breakthrough. The t





was no Imnediate Indication
of toof molten lava th0 etent of ths German la to




-m ll -nv front from rteder d this frt shock and a
K, l~S'ala new- d "of Srltlh advof bae n on "D-Dly
!%2w~ have MWM5ul B ho~ld on 1Week after West On




,engulfed tw o f tUosan, t re sooute ast fromb thl
ine Pto wipe ou w<<- = 11%*b DwouviUr c thr




his 14 tiand Partnlsut er mes"n t of Va
m ovig2ce. B a ownd nam cellos t ao injured or capture
OtN. d o r O A- T,. e ad l tter I down Sh










eest Paibao and Ziroetortn.
Pard Of tOW Prf dewnt'o Chfoo sie n ceVSSll, thel v
& M been p Y tv u r 4 0* 4 M outhast I nto ca m



agemaMendi0vili on.
M ad". ther atunnin t w reveawhl
----'1*11 -1 Hroffoudiv liurled the Germana




hicago Trae Iluatratbd by dinteneor






am te _.'..{I; uy1SiSU,.- Th0O the Italians and held prison
lilfted d15 Un St of Dw tft that hommel usuae
uequick of tohet- aplosn was w
atwo MTin ito Weuaed ony Splinter any fo






unera but It b.ilhv=, -,f srocaoz..at Jul 19 '
I Ip cble to uoto S nti late afternoon of the day r
snce ,the blas lf ltt the t bakthrough. Theb
hd. it Jus b ly I tv t ata- lwASho ondwl opated tlonb o






MtSo are. tokly a m only tour e rtn t of th urGeran lopu
emmll e frn f m n r fl p hock and own
MM"n.i46?0 n5SSbod vol Drittob a




o. enuled two towns and are oof si t her i
g to wipe out thmc We w rom bombimed
= , Paioutu n d Parwhatch '^ *SIS. n S '





rzi Oflicea rKilled. o rer fated to
W. Shoot''-g" r reate Mie d, ta.ofh oIert oa.re




_lAlco July 1T (APget dy an- MORE FLYING BOMBS
bwco Pa=e 'an (lOsT). whM 4ftL holetroutsnceBthe In"S






I obd ba t that o buswad of- -s LONDON., July 10 (RatorI
.s eore he la tafotite b.- T Rou eran_ at" ait sant fl
^Ltmye Jwl S SN2 t S t oln b o .

1 g S ho ingh Abray ove r th e byt h of era tlo

lM *cet Airqp cterMe. tniht tn today.rwapt


GLASS JARS
WITH SCREW TOPS


36oz.



AON N.aeofty a"


S.l.- 22,' fo ,t Wh.ee l.



* MILLERS *


Jame Stewart Gwtin
Oak Leaf .Custer

atemat iK tr. j
tbaoK~ci~dWf~
for extraordinary achipesit
yBile ervincugair ~l-


Heavies Bomb
Reich Plants
1j0TINUDo FMM AM 'W
9 he, yIW ut
lr. ferao
S WO aOat
A4lAWM
1011" Parts~ ^ Q
,wet or ftt tot t "

alll
weRntA lyin elStuSf E -


Ptq H VW (Mtrlmt cove o
reentto atr-
tidutlon by 40 pn W t$ T. I
fom out o fout lo made u
I of Mosqtae Me dw o
Berlin 04:.O
pound aotel.s lft fire
"ait"#^- wentl SOW g
s- o Beatio a 1Ate are .fs i


Heaie~o ostthk~rsuthr
i From all the ni opt thr a
r Vines Twere



odnace rdepot.
ItA strf0Wor I Toetr
m !ring tor edo-carrying Beaught-
i er ougbtefa *Gwwn convoy off
Sulogla. Tme hips put up n
1I itenIse6. ba V eufh
proved home their attack. They
P st one mertrihp an btlr Meow
S= o ohit
of Moof the overoral: onr betw
a Ufand another ras left on fre.
a.o BeauflIghterS are missing.
Heavies from Italy, _Mort than
h 20 of thre, attnWaT southern
r Germany for te eseMd day run-
i'r ning. Their targets were artplDe*
k factories, an airdrome and an
Ordnance depot.
at
2 B.G. Forms Interior
Development Body
y A committee comprising His Ex-
h oellency the Qovernor, Mr. Art
WilliamaI Mr. R. S. Wood, Mr. P.
u Oreen, and Mr. W. T. Lord hal
Recently been formed In L .tish
Guiana to carry out In part cer-
taa recownmendatlon made by the
We Wst Indian Conference ald In
11 arbado ear@ier this year.
r The oommittee, of which Mr. C
to I X e oia s b secretary, is known
r as the Interior Development Com.
Of DAittm.i

i B.G. Welfare
a Officer Promoted
Junior Assistant W#4Z sr Oser
te Douglas St. Aubyn of Irtshul
=a be teen omoted
~oaro riUahNo. oofkrd-
an- g to a radio bn!oadat Ovr ZSPY
f aMr.tA U who Iteos pected
t'o Iave rImh Gulana towards
Sth *nd io month received
is part 0r hisa oelal wefare training
re l o JOWAto.

a Germans Short
s Of Ammunition
bA LONDON Jul; 1t (COP)-'
um Earl ornf h nlas tet ofi o -
re on2c0arlfare, a said today the
ly Germans have been forcd to
m. ration ammuniion for pUace
re shooting and th quality of their
of ammunition has deteriorated since
re the invasion of prance.
of He added the German shortage
of fighter aircraft was clearly the
Jt result of the bombing cayipaign
ly against aircraft production.
SHARING POBTPONID
at Hearing of the case of Rose Sa-
&I. mondarie, accused of effectingI a
rd public mischief, which was to have
a- taken place at the South Assises
r.. yesterday, was postponed to Friday,
July 2.

tow




ore
tie
Mew




eFor Sale


IONE


DODGE

SEDAN

Motor Car

1939 MODEL
H 9718
Licensed, Insured
and
Zoned for 1944
Refer .
L L Whiteman
T. X. & IL.&
1 Hoey St. (Mee T.A .)


- 2z>."Sm %Npj-WW- v mo


Eagles Beat Siwel 3-1 With
Late Rally In N.A.F.L. Game


With &a t Ml t rl *,,atten numtes of the swcd se-I
lan. alee netted gWoal af tr gol. to hand out a 3-1 whtpping to
wel ad wtva their arst Northern Anmateur I mtb&Ul Lgue fixture
tr trh I4 w aS o n the Queen's Pftk MaVabh yesterday.
q~a wisiss mow or A i- --.---- --- --rWIW JJ g ClkeKpnadL.lrc..


W4


ANNOUNCEMENT


Pointe-a-Pierre Laundry


Service


have pleasure in announcing that
they have established a depot at
-SAN FERNANDO
WHICH WILL BE OPENED To THE PUBLIC AS FROM
MONDAY, 17th JULY, 1944
THE POINTE-A.PIERRE LAUNDRY SERVICE,
4Me POINT.-A-PIRRRI ROAD. (corner P.A.P. Read
and Cha em treet) SAN FERNANDO.
"WONESi
id Mio s PtOkteo-a-Pierre-M : Depot, san F'do.-l-I.


SPECIAL NOTICE
The Tim-.taloe advertised am frotm 14th Febrary
last is now amended.
A revised sehodule will be opraUv to Tobao,
Barbaomde, and the Windward and Lsward luland.
All pasenger kindly apply to eU o1e0 for
reservation re-allotment.
British West Indian Airways, Ltd.
11, ABRCROMBY STREET :: 'PHONE M8S, 754


l TANGEE


WOlaw X UM enL


+


SALVATORI'S


+


Standard LMe
e o Asthma MucusLoosGUM
aortaeb 0gao 0* WOO
Eze"m Firsfi Day for Thousands




ZiUSh~i~ -SM"o< dP of "k-
SinIkQ Mr
Eczema Itch


:04


yo "We= you e aa"put eu


FOR SALE
Manufacturing Business.
Profitable Going Con-
cern. Central Location.
Write immediately to
Box A-134, c/o "Trinidad
Guardian."
Your Best Chqnce-
Must Sell.

Borough of San Fernando

ARREARS OF
RATES


Keep well

and strong on


BOVRIL

THB POWER


OP BEEP
The invigorating strength of
Bovril gives you the amt n
energy you need in the trying tnal You0l
enoy a dadly c of Bovil and it will bdp
yJ u o kep fit =Ad oelL
------i-n--J----- -- iA._ =


Port-of-Spain City Council

NOTICE
SHORTAGE OF WATER.
OWIN to M t~ of Water as tgt o al_ ul 1 q
p IUt o o43< te wtth the 0Cty AutbUm fto nan
**fl~iiillnl]to e Water DeparteaBt Sb. i~f
pte=M NMo.
WE In Wany ie. tHer w UMIs 04 *'fa

Obw m.)
A sacea epf Notp to r NM P%= J.
dMMOCLhft 5m e
1. God" TOOL
3L I ^ p in 3bf
&. vmmtmte
,L am pissa
L ftbbbu -
POW-IIW- *4 4


.1~
.5.


TI-'MmAl iTTAUIII. TYiIuAT. JVLT W1. 9I


weMIFal aP;h n I. ic H. Orange, raniaM
lMstte^ N.. m W B eii QB. JoVaMai; c. Dottn, P. Abra..
2"N haran to ms. lrke, G. ross& 4 N.
20 Hrw Naddad.
0i.4 X&MMo TOMORROW'S MATCH
iVa W ti fm f t s # r Strollers will oppose Oreecent In
ohr t" a a n ts, bian a N.AL. fixture on the queens
i.r, ,vnby. v rPark Savannah tomorrow epft-
w t h & noon.
wa Itoi l' ii4 Up Mr. H. Yates will referee.
an'n erti at
Ihtrr soots, bafd 11Bm.t*
irbI- **gfwi 3 Amateur

B Ti. IM" t dtle Bouts
Sdeadlbobed 4%"m Tonight
f~the nt Ift a thrIllor,
= 01bfouhvn to 4101404 tbWt Three amateur title lights will,
t man d raise. feature the boxing tournament to
It was r ht-I tiUn, who be staged at the Prince's Building|
Rtbet Paul ompleely, to arry tonight in aid of the Convent
iula to the ftor, only to be in- Relief pund.
b 1a l t-miute goal by Chief bout of the night will be
Sadad the Lennox McKell-Len 8errette
t Lere n WP Mr. Hn Laugh- six-rounder in which Berrette
Ui. will put his featherweight crown
the team were: at stake.
SrWEL-E. Paul; L. Paul. R,. These two Simon pures have
Charles U. Joseph; L. Williams, 0., fought three times previously,
....... McKell winning on the first two
o n A trli occasions. then Berrette taking the
Young Australians crown by a two-round knockout
victory,
W in At iri awrence Assam will defend his
W in At C k t lightweglit title against C. Fran-
C is of the Orphanage. while Oen.
Young Australians of Rio Claro Baker, tough welterweight, will be
Journeyed to San Juan and de. challenger for Louis Barradas'i
feated Reliance by a 28-rupin mar- 147-pound championship.
in In a friendly cricket fixture The card promoted bY Cedric
on Sunday. 1illnet will be a follows-,
Young Australians helped along 8X ROUNDERS
by some splendid knocks of 14 by Len Berrette v Len McKell.
S. Lucas; 1 by A. Frederick and Lawrence Assam v C. Francis.
19 and 14 by C. Alleyne and X, Louis Barradas v Geo. Baker.
Belle respectively, reached a total Corpl. Jones v R. O'Brien.
of 99 runs, while C. Pierre bowled FOUR ROUNDERS
devastatingly to capture five wie. c. Baptiste v P.C. 0 l. rathwalte
kite for 57 runs and M. Me. Holder v Ernest Nunes.
Masnen two for 14. R. Legall v E. Jardine.
On Reliance's turn at the middle E. Serrette v Joaquim.
the batsmen failed against the Boyce v Wilson.
bowling of S. Lucas and R. -_- _
James who trundled four wicketsa
each for 23 and 30 runs r0- BCHOOL SPORTB TODAY
spectively. Tranquillity Rovys' Intermediate
0. Pierre was the only batsman School sports will be held thie
to stand un to the bowling, con- afternoon at the Queen's Park
tributlng 33. while B. Sheene and Oval. starting at 2 o'clock.
A. Pierre scored 14 each. Nunes.


BEAUTIFUL



GENT'S SHOES

BLACK and BROWN

All sizes at a pair.


I


.5'.1.













-Taik70 Tf TInia

. *-_
M m*mr -a* s oam -a0 meIt me meNOit

jb.mt wA- e 5.Se m .o a* ftw


I, A f **W ft IM Pd -



n *MI1 WmW ampRG a dooftn A& "*10 U"*Mftg~ 2
AiW0 -- -K AiM 00 2 m -W~ b2



Nowy de etowftwomw m **s o" 406~t*:^K*
^r wsS^ - -^ me e
& iw s am y 9 Ia. A"A W- tO t
OW a.t SJ- m m to s son- fw s. w Mm


mETj Air am w amv 'bum Mr. 9ft a e s
I I M w Aft^h I ow am t Sa ? Id .W.
!Sgwa asaw sa= -D OW
aw 2" IU
fMu, SKM BTWfS6 E9L W- __ *. SV
#V 'Abl-S3W Aftk 3mwr.4cUm ALI q Z
amsc m Aw s 12M4 $Oks*






K ^S^SS 3a, 'Gvfm^
*?A


1a Wit oe di f.-.I*f-
v' A= Lo- .2" e --- d yeit r-
Ptabl 5EAaw 2 ( I AMa. CV a

AMOM %At fefatgr E **'r
w u z. ft w-=rj4 ~ w4S. Jo mid e.v
m~e tXu.. oc rtr*W, !A! wl e fWAk '01L;~ ~&
1,0islo. ge,,W I-4 ,A~~J*V~~IW

brftm. XfD *ot. D rsv&-% "L P~~~-.

mbmft am DwJs ?e4A 1MA. MzI~ A

Ugatf A 4A


-t _- wamw K*W. p'--'a Mi Kitt*. M&. **'o *
Sa m r *< I:.-s M- L Z *s -. A <-

iWta C.a Ja%4 ** va' IL-' ~ *Z--" > c r -'-
tt~lvwoW *-'. 87* ee-- o T W ,-M-K az- :W-i
M tf ic -o M- w ^- an', 73< rzk. li" sz,11 ^ I V-, :1t-' -
S. s X ML i M ri s RA .7.- WC
IE A. Sr W L -. )w. **-4 *. v




.CT --- ?i^- A '- -s* *"-" b. "*":. *' -~' T At

are V",~ i'
1a _ _ _ _
iwt. *W F^ t*** f' ''-'*- l '' '1 *


vvW. pw v-"***- ~ -:* "* -*'**** ** ^ -*^ ''''


tx-v
*'A f-tf TIP"
7mCHW h '2T ^tTrm ri t~^ta*w.
Artti u aOns 7ay-s-* y tatr
11 i -H rt t *pit**! na rTwtSMBw ~e


_ -- rDAIY MACznw.-..


Paket Uwith AfIqet


HUMPHTJY


yaw em -"- SAGbEg- sw"mA-
ewme sagva oy ofwodnmp. Ut m daft
WhOW dU d it due evm dw WW
Sa Sm ime 4M& ftp a m Wa A"
ASS AG TO A SEILLE

D oT o .. !~~ ~ I C S-M~al MOA",-Petf fLO I |)
Do No)t Throw -,S14M t4Fat Man GREENMTEET PhIhP DR
k- n .5


A way Towel;
di*>* te viJ***p M kZ'B Sh
t~v ~i* r '"* y .^ *j i"'

A~ga^ ?/**.* S.Q.^i .<
: Ae aae ^t- Ms4
MakSe ..: vs '3vs's--t. ws V& Kiw
*'-hta1jK-' ay P.
Uair ,~i~ Vj- .2<* -**- *? "'


y ob e aS VW weai____________e____
w-r wr JI ww I*2


Today's Diary = Jf1iLL



Fortkcomog EvmatS
r32- Porwrae Ca. S5czaa tL V~W

Bk-:A rWO=42i 6itY. AWZ 2. Co ______Do* Id
M.uE.: ,~ M enaiy.ce-sB 1. 5 I^UfwDi


..s~ ~a.


Radio Programmes
4*'. 1*W S



,., wGi i -f *





9 -;.. 'Z-S. 6 W- ,A*
lo-v~t t-1

I~1,1 f.) ,< cub
a Xv "* .tA^ cj^^-j^ '- s


A


* GmK Tc


ELLA'

AIMA

wT cMfd


I NaIM. CdlMt t
NO TIME FOR LOVE
_ s*-d nowznu


SARA


U. RO.N I YAL '
Li ,.,s.? ,w I,. |-
aJJLQAQV 1 STARTING TODAY, sd O athe W.

w -
______I Nw'


ktL f~fI4ML


C -


4Um sm U LW dtSo.%
.- ---- SO*_-_ $0'


'^ l A Repubi


- o am" -m


MONARCH


TODAY ai lt & Lsm-
Klw DoaW:-
it- M-R. ITna3m &
IN&- RuaB KAT--OM Jam
-- AYUON3 Is:.-
tZAW7OED to:-
AJOV TWICION


KOXY
Rely
TODAY. 40 Suy-
3d Str., md lmipect
Hoiadsgh 0. Hdisy
TO."IGUT. 3. erdlb-
CALYPSO Si3W
wmdh, 4buek. bmlr
T r Hooa Or 'rnmi
RITZ
TON.GBT LM .*d--
RAJA RAM


PALACE-San Feraudo
TODAY Tt I & LW 0m.-
InAba Acf TrlBr:-
K Zambo


-- .-. I L-ook

POINT FORTIN Ie W e"
MI Saw, Olruwr
TOMIGCT at a- Swv. Shape, Ji Saw.
rim& efswm meEIwith mater, ete ,o
--' 't. Gei C~m-eT-
Te Painted Stallion a-in"sfk sa-
We r IaCOUIGAm *t 31 So w4aSo& MaWW e
GIDOX n md LUNI Mgtw .... S.2
.3--4- C.mm., C49 MAeht
I~i Sec~l id eekPi-= (Iaave .............5175
TS~~gfwrww $poemt MUWftkf Pro- i 2 cttat Cf^
uda M, =L r eemaurant Cafe-
iam-ak:-MT FR~EM FLUCKA i mpk e-etral ... .53A
SIEAL ESTATE
A- Appr1 Iace had-
SHIPPING I w; -=
b~, I i*- Pewt vawUrt

T rn TrOe ANaBM.)-,W Al-,


ALLID JERClied'. Stree-W ,ee
*% -!*^BCtU ** ll -,.?" '!*
a"mam p mtg a Ow
- Sm, U N 3~ C. e.t .w..4.
. .W...... ^ 1 & S t ^*- k -

THE BRITISH AND l .S'

AWED) MERCHANT ^^ SS
NAVY CLim K.........
-UE Mu a 3. s 'm1. *f-


OF I MA^^w
THEA1 JuW7A ND S pw-.
St. = mm somd
9imited d 4 aw" b-&
A If 9KAW
TW-u du 2unma tacame
A- h ted uembwqfMLG a


'iBELA
ti c 0t 1


as VAm.-
I ONLT
lo -


SAI



LW, -~~
an&" Grow



UFE4

WAkm Jo
ash=04
lb. ami e___M


OLI
TOmAY 4A l


U'B
--t

*A
'PRISON


W Tl


_ PRINCESS8

MODAY S A L- pJm-
"Senorit ONDEGA"
l&if! &a* AMmey fte fclk
IS*! rather desAIEvi



'Ma aw rbls urm Ne
I- Down
ama 31b Dsmm



VUAZ J sal 1dx


NEW- sa Fer
TODAY AT I ml 3M pJ p-,
BLOSSOMS IN THE
Wi" G"r GaMON o a Wim I'm
PRIDE AND PREJU
W" C O, M aj uox LaHwImU


.01 l4* "itr
DANCg
Tonght atl
mr MW-MIkT*c


Fr^- I..7MPIRE-nSa.F
Le* Gum' Th.. J)T fbSoh


i"iNW THO&laigSI4
asa Ma -eft now&


(.


SOQml


i
















IRemArd Call on city

- Remedy WrAer. Situation,


atfuM E appoevav of the Ouaezdlan'sw" -more water earn.
64 Bane of Health I"etiag yesterday earlier tVaM
I t orAM Purpose of dl0l0lax the city's water supply,
ft reeclutin to be forwarded to the Port-of-Spain
-, W M 0p Im na them that tbey are required to remov
eft W i t the water ahtage or fhav those nusaenc
.'l-ta reasonable time, and reminding them at th
Eg^ t atxftJ ls of water could be mawe Avallable trom
IW two meeksc and 700000 gallons later.
t situation
Widespread Inconveniences that such nuts-
B, IN Inhitants of the city apss as plqv&ed constituted a
ESof the scanty supply of g've danger 1o public health which
i antelble, was iven by could bW removed or diminished by
VrteuUbefore t ae reso- the use of a water supply now
pS u ito the house, and available from Government sources.
bardhow not only The resolution was seconded by
era but also occupants of the Hon'bleSarran Teelucksingh
SlBave been bady put and unanimously carried. Decision
4 ketel4t ef the conditions to torwaVd a copy of the resolution
Ie o a to the Colonial Secretary was also
members know what he made.
sereras who had for- CAMPAIGN PRAISED
& a petition along
l W the. had sent to the Dr. Norman Maclennan, Director
Ouanllaci' seeking re- of Medical Services, who presided,
,.Dr. de Verteuliul stated that voicing agreement with the resolu-
Shouseholder complained, that tion which was amended on his
the past four years it was cus- suggestion, expressed the view that
*ry for water to 'be turned off if the Council decided to take the
noon but within recent weeks, 800,003 gallons available in two
Situation had worsened. At weeks, It'would certainly help to
pent the water was locked off Wmilnlsh some of the nuisances
e o'clock in the morning, at that existed. While it would not
t 11 o'clock some might be out the situation in order, he felt
able and after that there was that it would be of some help.
Sitely none until about 5 o'clock The Hon'ble Sarran Teeluck-
the afternoon. Other persons, singh dwelling upon the reluctance
ald. had complained that they of the City Council to take steps
Shad to go without a bath. to bring about relief said: "I wish
a closets had become cesspits to congratulate tiie "Trinidad
flem were very prevalent. Guardian" on their car -paign, as
i while the City Council talked peo-
BOOLI AFFECTED nie are open to danger and dis-
ease."
Sferring to what he had seen He had been reading about water
responding to invitations to visit In the City Council for some time,
te places, Dr. de Verteuil he stated further, and was very
That at St. Mary's College lad now to know that water could
re there were about 1,100 stud- be had from Government.
t using about 20 water closets Diverting attention to the Beju-
tnstairs and 10 upstairs, for a cal district where a slrimilar state of
Oe day when he visited they affairs existed with wizard to pot-
1no water to flush the basins able water, the BoarJ adopting an-
none from the taps for drink- other resolution moved by the
es. There wan no water Hon'ble Sarran Teelucksingh, de-
ing hands after using the cided to ask that Government be
trles the lavatory basins were approached with a view to supply-
a unMuhed and the smell from inr water to this area as early as
v owls pervaded the adjoining possible.
ioom. Only means by which Mr. .Teeluckslngh pointed out that
Possible to get a bath at he had raised the matter time and
Sws through collections made again in the Legislatutre and had
H *# te periods when a little done all he possibly could to see
e. that the water supply in the dis-
Inconventiences, he went trict was Improved but up to now
i, s-fftered t at t Joseph nothing had been done.
lth a wudent roll of 500, Dr. E. Sankeralli, Director of
S at. HUlary's High School Sanitary Services, explained that
supply of water is very the question had come up about
the view that contain eiht years ago when there was an
is state ofview that coninwa epidemic in that area, Govern-
to the outbreak of f airs meat's attention had been drawn
de Verteuil held that to the fact that it would remain a
t was not ol fag typhoid centre until the water
l was riot only frual, question had been settled, and more
is ager to individuals, but recent there hat bwen a report
d ange d o fsin that t might rfromte Social Welfare Officer
e the Sread of infection, par- pcaualriting them with the situa-
at f dysentery and possibly tion there. The water supply at
atM- t t rer o a res-nt, he pointed out, wVas de-
S touniorto heldo pendent unon a few ponds, and it
,'^ 0 City oscuiln thel was suggested that these pond-
pu ,4snote ntht he should be filled in. but he felt
owlt g i thatCouncil h thlt wbile thb ponds miiht not be
i 6s110= theCounci fe, fllttn then would be driviri
at w wnet n tht venitenwace the people to a so0w.' "f supply
a necessity and that it was that wo,,Id be unnstisfactory.
pty of the Council by statute t wod be unsatisfactory.
I ntahI a proper water supply.
ithis opinion, he concluded, the 'm i atfa n Che
ts~ut rty remained with the T"11Dderat*'n C erk
m 2 Board of Health to see p e
t the people got a proper and Position Explain d
eute water supply so that the
oueas would be abated as soon Proclamation published yesterday
Swas reasonably possible. restricting the flow of immigrant
Serving notice on the Council by labour into the Colony, has not"ig
t authority vested in them to do with any feared unemploy-
ment crisis, the "Trinidad Guar-
I 3NITUtE SALE diana learned yesterday t
Ofcial sources disclosed that the
VUMS ST. MADELEINE, new move was an effort before the
a ra Farm do new move was an effort to bring
IIRDAY., JULY 2X. 1944 back to normalcy the position
IAt 1.4P p. whldh existed before the pass-
Lted I Mr. 0C. R. D. ing of the Immigration Ordin-
$taft who will soon be leaving ance in 1942. Due to the general
N Colony, I will sell all his labour sho.'tage felt at that time,
IabIe and well-kept furniture Immigrant labour was allowed to
prsing:- enisr the Colony under certain con-
iw Morrois Suite (4 pieces) ditlons. The labour situation having
t Cushions complete, two largo been changed with the release of
UeWs, one Standlng Electric labourers from the bases. it is
p, one Lady's Writing Desk, stated, control of the entry of la-
* set of three tables, one Exten- bouros from other colonies was
I Dining Table, one Breakfa thought necessary.
We with four Chain, six Din- It was pointed out, however, that
I Chairs, one China Cabinet the proclamation would not affect
0 Dinner Waggon, one Side- agricultural labourers who desired
Wd one GX. Radio, two Elec- to enter the Colony on contract.
u sas (OG .., 10" blades) one -
e Desk, seven 3' e" x 6' B" Accident Victims
s with Springs, one small Iron r Q H
k. two Dressing Tables, one ILn South Hospital
rWed Wardrobe, one large Trinidad Guardian Correspondent
MV Armchair, one Clothes SAN PERNANDO, July 1-
tK Large), one Towel Rail, Injured in a fall from a scaffold at
t lea n Lamp, one Shavy- Vistabella yesterday was Benjamin
Cabinet, one Coat and Sammy, 50. of Pointe-a-Pierre
SRack, one Lawn Mower, Road. He Is In hospital for
*le h Bicycle (oirls'). one treatment of Injury to the left
Scale with Weights, one foot.
M Top Washstand, one Warded at hospital this morn-
Wsambulator two sets of in is Lutchmansingh, 46. of
With Dalls one Port- Gomez Street, Injured in the right
XHt.V, Or_,novhone with arm in a motor lorry mishap.
L0, .three Pag Bridge ----
B ith coversBad lundries LAW 8T.UDENTS TO MEET
a appear. The Law Students" Society will
on view on day prior to hold their regular weekly meeting
|lomlg of Sale. at Martha House at 4.30 p.m. to-
L, TER -AIH. day when officers for the term July
R9O-XT DUVERNEY, to December 1944, will .be elected.

l^^^^^'.^GOLD JEWELRY
CLEARANCE SALE
Come. EarlyV


" to*


HINDOO BAZAAR
34 PARK STREET.


TRINIDAD OIARuMAN, UU3*Z IIILT f tUK


Brigadier Says

WL Troops

Fit And Happy
ICONTISNJII rSOM PA@ 11
"They asked me to take back
meiagis to the ome tqswna andi
to My how wen they were being
looked after. At the same time
do atk you to send your letters re-
ularly for It do make such an
I Y Eltla M At e S n tMthfR I n-


Now in trang at a U.S.
Army Air Force centre at
Tnalkm, Alabaa, aesgI .
Cnrad e Sandins. sof of Mr.
and MMs.. Robert do SandlUp,
Trinidadlans, now resident In
New York, and grandson of
Mrs. Josephine Goddard of
Prince% Town. A former patrol
leader of the First Prines
Town Scout Group, Sergt. (le
Sandies left Trinidad five years
ago to Join his parents. En-
listing In the Army, he started
training a- Upton Camp where
he met champion Joe Llouis.
He later transferred to the
Air Force and hopes to go
into active service soon. In a
letter to his .eoutmaster,
Scouter C. F. H. Crea, 8ergt.
de Sandies attributed his rapid
rise in the services to his
early scout training and urge
the troop to carry on its good
work.

$500 For Selling
RumWithout Permit
T. inidad Guardian Correspondent.
SAN FERNANDO, July 18-Ken-
neth Forde. a San Fernando man,
who fell victim to a police trap set
for him by Constable Barker, (f
the C.IlD. here, was ordered to pa"
$500 fine with $6 costs, or serve six
months In jail, by Mr. F. J. Ca-
macho in the Magistrate's Court
today for selling a nip of rum with-
out a licence on February 26.
Police evidence disclosed that a
decoy was sent with a marked note
to purchase a nip of rum from
Forde. After he did so Forde's pre-
mises were searched and the note
was found.
Explaining his possession of the
note, Forde said some men were
gambling in his home and the de-
coy on arrival had .tlined them.
The decoy, he said, lost the dollar
note in the same.

41 Cases Of Milk
On City Dump List
Thirty-four cases of evaporated
milk and seven cases of co,,densed
milk belonging to the Food Con-
troller were among foodstuffs saiz-
ed and destroyed iy the city's Pub-
lic Healhh Department during toe
month of June, it is diaclosad in
all fficial report by the Medical
Officer of Health.
Other foodstuffs condemned as
ufifit for consumption were: From
provision stores-eight tins of Cu-
balgua sardines, four tins of beef
etew, two tins of corned beef, two
Morris hams, 15 cases of pork
fillet, 10 cases of sausages, six cases
of meat papte and three cases of
brisket of beef; and from a gro-
cery, 86 creates of carrots.
LABOUR IN MTRINIDAD
Councillor Quintin O'Connor,
secretary of the Federated Work-
ers' Trade Union, will be the speak-
er at the American Servicemen's
forum at the U.S.O. clubroom to-
night starting at 7 o'clock. He
will speak on "Labour conditions in
Trinidad."
TEACHERS TO MEET
Trinidad and Tobago Teachers'
Union will hold a meeting of 100
delegates at Couva R.C. School "n
Saturday, to make final arrange-
ments for the forthcoming confer-
ence election and jubilee,


Murder TraI Put
Back To October

AN MANDO. July =-
Itemanded by Mr. J c
J. L. M. Pm as athe AI
here to for trial next Otto-
%a n M Oampbol. a.-
eued of murder.
The remaId followed aplics-
tUon by Mr. P. M. H. AIlhkr.
defe lawyer, for more tie
to conaidr Det Jny ctly
received.


...... City Hospital
,o~w Worker
Revealing that he was fortunate erS 1 I ci
enough on the morning of 'D-Day"
to be at the conference at the W'ar T *
Office at which rant report% of the For Possession
progress of the invasion were given
out, the Brigadier said: oi
"It was indeed thrilling to hear Pour City Hospital employees
at first-hand the news and details caught leaving the institution wi..h
of tie momentous occasion for household articles In their poses-
which we had been waiting as o sion were convicted of unlawful
long." possession In the First Police Court
Telling of the progress and build yesterday. Three of them were
uo of tne invasion forces, he said: fined $6 each and the other $ or
30 days.
"In spite of the bad weather and topped by Special Corporal
lack of. adequate port facilities, the charles as she was leaving the hos-
build up of men and material had pitai, Mildred Cadiz was found with
been stupendous and I was corn- three tins of milk two tins of pow-
pletely staggered by the monument- der and other articles. Convicted
al figures given me." yesterday she was fined $25 or 30
Continuing, the S.C.P. Com- days.
mander saia in part:- Also caught leaving the hospital
"Although no one woad give any with soap In their possession were
deinlite forecast as to when vic- Ella Beckles, Irene Cummings, and
tory would be achieved there was FPlornce Wilson who were fined $6
a general air of quiet confidence each.
throughout t.ie whole H.Q. and al- ----
though everyone pointed out that Fines and costs amounting to
there are many tough days in front $228.60 were Imposed by Mr. A. J.
of us and that on no account must Hamilton on Sadick Mohommed, fn
we think lightly of our enemy, accusations of dangerous driving,
there was ever present a spirit of failing to stop after an accident,
faith in our will and power to win and failing to render he;p to an
In the not very far distant future. injured person.
"This same spirit of optimism is Alternative of the flnrs was a six-
apparent throughout England month prison term with hard
spite of the flying bomb, robot or labour. Mohommed was also dis-i
doodlebug. whichever you nreter qualified from holding li licence
to call it. for six months.
CONFInENT I


June Mongaree was yesterday
'"However, do not forget that fined $,0 by Mr. W. J, Andre in the
whereas London nmay receive a First Police Court for selling yams
maximum of 100 tongs of H.E. in 24 above the schedule price.
hours, targets like Berlin and Mongaree sold two pounds yams
Munich seldom get less than 2.000 for 12 cents instead of eight cents.
tons in a few minutes, over and
above the constant nuisance raids Convicted on an accusation of as-
by our Mosquitoes carrying two- saulting and wounding Vera Sulli-
ton block busters, van, Wi*llam Guy was fined $25 or
"Remember also that on clear 30 days. He was also ordered to
and fine days we are shooting pay $5 and $2.40 costs or 14 days
down a very high proportion of for assaulting Rosalina Ruphen.
robots and our repeated bombing
of the launching sites is having a Anthony James, a man with 12
telling effect. Even so there seems previous convictions was sent to
at present no real antidote until prison for six months yesterday
the Channel ports have been cap- when he was found guilty of steal-
tured and the enemy front pushed ing twelve cases of bottles.
back towards the German fron- John Harper who was founo
tier. guilty of the same theft was order-
"Personallv. I have great hopes ed to pay $25 compensation and $9
that this will take place at no very costs.
S(istant date and that we can ail Those men. It was stated, stole
look forward with confidence to the bottles from a warehouse and
complete victory over Germany at sold them to a wine dealer.
a reasonably early date. --
"But we must not sit back Samuel George who pleaded gull-
complacently and expect other ty to an accusation of assaulting
people to finish the job for us.1 iJoseph Phillip occasioning actual
After Germany has fallen we still bodily harm was fined $10 and or-
have a long and arduous task In der to pay $15'compensation or
frnt of iS and many of us may 121 days,
yet be able to take an active part __
in the -Anal dextrpctlon of Japan." .. ... -


City Voters Roll

Shows Big Drop
Far fewer burgesues claimed re-
gistration on the electoral roll for
the City of Port-of-Spain this year
than last year, the "Trinidad Guar-
dian" learned yesterday
Official estimate placed the total
number of ersons who had applied
for registration when the list closed
on Saturday at less than 100 for
all the wards. The majority of the
allpllcants were from the Northern
and Western wards. The number
of objections filed against burgesses
possessing the vote was ten.
Mr. Raymond P. Hamel-Smith,
the revising barrister, has fAxed
Thursday, August 3, rs the date on
which the claims for the richt to
vote at elections and objections will
be heard.


NEW ARRIVALS ...
Difficult to obtain-avail.
able to you while they last

Hi Gloss Black Enamel ................ 1.58 per qt.
Motor Car Batteries-15 a 11 Plate-from 26.90
Motor Accesaries.
Parts for Perfection Stoves.
Chimneys-(hlgh and low)
Collars ( h and low)
Wick T02W (h1g and low)
Sprnders (hh leb and low)
Wicks and t96em.
Mirrors,-O.G. and Bquaroe .... $1.3 $17.10
52xIS.


tlU. >


GENERAL SUPPLIES LTD.
,A RNRYB T gET :: THONE 4164, 416, 4112


A& I a


Ointment ,



sob=
Y Tee, Odex is deodorant...
W Ml /SSj. It. diffEreat... It'a pleasant
. Wa2/ i .,.lfsi*.
.eI'eae


OFFICE FURNITURE


CrAW

C Caga n=
Ln"f"a TRAY8


& L. ROS, LTD.


A p 3m


uoa rmovea ever y mo or
O.f.i e aImn odor isanwly
* becano It contain aw
-Ao Sew doodmuL
No fte'bodor with 0dM.
FP ffrmed d nlaved
aft y I Od bU&. You
m amSwd i-t-i.n4. g
- d~mlhil-MaM


i iiiHiiiiiH iiiiiiiiii~lll ill~l ll~lllIIIllIllll~luhiiii il
For Better Signs-
i APPLY
MODERN SIGNS
Refleetang Signs,

Wooden Leers Clhwms
Slides, et.
i17 CHACON ST. (upstairs).
'Phone SMX or Ul9
iiiiiiiiiiiiiiini|itiiiiiiiJiiiui l~lJJiJiiiiiiiiiiii iiiiiitn


STRINIDAD nUILDINJ)G AND LOAN
ASSOCIATION

REDUCED RATES

OF INTEREST ON LOANS ON MORTGAGE
UNDER RULE 11I
On loans from $II, to $160,0 at 6% peW annum.
On loans upwards of 14,0m to P2,- at 5% per annum.
On laes tpwards of ,MO. pWeal rate.


&AST FACILITIES PROVIDED FOR REPAMENT OF LOANS,.
For oarticulars apply to-
J. F. AGARD,
*scratary.


BOXING AMATE -BOXING
THREE TITL;e AT STAKE
at the PRINCE'S BUILDING, Port-of-Spain,
on Thursday, 20th July, 1944, at 8 p.m. sharp
Part of the Proeeds to the St. Joeeph Convent Fund.
LEN SERRETT v. LEN McKELL
f dad beathmweight CMp. Ges01 Glove Broy
ROUNDS For TIte
L. IIARRADASS v. GEO. BAKER
,"4Watrwgt ChaM rdad As@ uawr & Sxam
$" bmsND For "W~
Lt. L ASSAM v. C. FRANCIS
!*8* L~gtwektght Cbamp. aefe-nt Orphanag
6 BOUNDS For Title
J. RAMAO v. Rt. O'IRIUEN
SROUNDS o title)
C. BAPTISTE P.C. GUNNER WRATHWAITE
.aLC. "M sMvb


F. HOLDER

LEGALLY

tI SERRETF
I Mortk


4 BOUNDS
V


4 ROUNDS
V*
4 ROUNDSl
V.


I IQYCE

4wss~r' Mwxw
h m. Pedao


ddt~ nm% .II

_ 6r w t. u -


LOCAuNmWM MAmi',


Tonca Beau |d


Highest Prices Paid


Wm-. H. Kennedy & Co.. Ltd.

fM. UARME IQUARK


Intellgent


Reach Colony


Afaxeodgh have a ived tn
oe prox y to one another, and
elmats roo Ctroller s nf preeent
aryin a compruively heavy
stock of codfi h t attbhe oI be-
Ing released or detrhfltoa as
rapidly as whoasle provision mer-
chants can absorb It. an Informa-
tion Odince statement diclosed.
The communique adds: % *The
stock& of fish teat the Food Con-
troller is carrying are all in aound
condition, but the co-operailo ofI
the public Is needed to ensure rea.-
sonably rapid consumption of these
stocks o that no portion of their
has to be held until deterioration
sets In and lo s is suffered. The
public are. therefore, asked to use
salted codfish as often as Is possi-
ble during the next two to thiee
weeks.
'The Impression appears to have
been created that the Tood Con-
troller has been storing supplies
of codfli and that stocks so stored
are now deteriorsatini and will short-
ly have to be dumped. It is there-
f, necessary to state that the
Food Controller has not at any
time. until the lst week, placed
shipments of codflL .to storage.
but 'is delivered for distribution
each shipment of codfish as quickly
uas possible after arrival.
"The Food Controller's arrange-
ments are that shipments of New-
foundland and Halifax codfish
aiould leave points of production
as nearly as possible at fortnightly
intervals but, particularly, in the
case of Newfoundland codfish
which has to be shipped to Cana-
da or the United States for tran-
shipment to this Colony, shipments
cannot definitely be. arranged to
arrive In the Colony at similar re-
gular intervals.
"In the present Instance, ship-
ments were landed In the United
States from Newfoundland at re-
gular Intervals. but due to the
irregularity of shipping opportuni-
ties from the United States three
abhinments of this fish have arrived
within a very short period."


High Blood Prmessure

Dangerous to Hed
Thousands of men and women past
40 face the danger of heart trouble
and paralyls because of Rlih Blood
Pressure. High Blood Pressure is a dis-
ease that causes more deaths than ran-
ew largely because people mistake the
symptoms for Indigestion or some Dim-
P I trouble. Common symptoms are:
Pesure in the head, headaches at top
and bark of head and above eyes. distn-
no,. short breath, nervousness, poor
sleep, heart Plains, drowsiness, los of
memory and energy. If you suffer any
of thes symptoms do not delay a ilngli
day. Start treatment at once* th
Hynex, which tends to reduce High
Blood Pressure with the first dos, takes
a heavy load off the heart, and makke
ou feel years younger In a few days.
at Hynex from your chemist today.
It is guaranteed to make you feel wall
aud strong or money back.


Seating Up Nihts

MkesManyFoolOd

Before Their Tim




ete te aeis eisg.ao
ffifq ft!"
Fa ~'own* vi


Cyster M rr riaMmnt irwy
One ear nl


FOR FIRST-AID
ALWAYS


a
DI~ggezD


1U SAN AM MUAIUI GMWAMK AN
ANlEPTIC PO Iu IN T HOMI





TW RS ESIN O






\^Sf LOft TNC BACK 4U1T
am mm mmmrnmwim~mm
T N RT OF THI BRUSH
2rFOR TCI RUST OF TUXK TMTU
The Pro.phy.lac-tic Perma.-Grip Is really tw toot
brushes in one. The tufted end tn reach end thoroughly
clean the otherwise hard-to.-get.at back teeth. The ret ef
the brush, with its scientifically designed notched bristle
surface, to clean i end wound the inside end eutside l ,
she rent teeth. *
o ther brush eleans u s torou.My lsa ehya-4ti
Perma.Grip. No other brush reaches af the teeth, front and
back, Inside and outside. No other b rus me the patented
PermaGrIp method of sealing in the bridles. Insit upon
saemi" Pro.ply.lac4lc Perma.Grip. Leek fr theb hyphen
sted name Pro.phy.lac-tie. Always sold In the yellow betj


GENTLEMEN, h i "OD USE"I
Douying your heir with water, or anything e*e,
makes it look plastered. To keep it well.greo ,ed,
use few drops of 'Vassiellne' Hir Toni c oa yewur
comb every morning.


E. NUkES L VON'T WAIT until Itcmdng.f lU
N. ary' e-Cam# d Wnd =Wff scale end abneuul less W
,8ItMary-. Uwe -% b* |, you ionrq ins06t..
E. JARDINE hmmbspr.uDry Seaipde bdutyl
in. usry"s- -mlp h ea oro elmspl a iIakSW
u. y srcaspe wI r u

TOM JOAQUIM 'VaeUliW' Hr Toi. Tk chc k
No~mma tendt .s ci wtwaNd o ui z ,
:$o tbeimw efe of .0e Shwfak
WILSON itbaf >V"W.i H* Tai *MgMj




KCLu $1.00
TPS" 11*?-.; \iii~iiiiiiii~iiiiii


* ...; "


* ." -. *v
.. ... ..4 5


I I


56^44!H


------- - - ^ - - - ---^- -


/ J...FMST AMI quickly ad
e Jwisely carried out, y
'- prevent seriouinfection.
In emergencies or e
"* I n cases of minor aeci-
/ dent, the posibilitiee fo'
/ infection with serious
-1 consequences create un-
certainty.

The beet safeguard is the superior knowl-
edge and skillful attention of your physi-
cian. Remember, however, that doctors
cannot work miracles, and a neglected scratch or wound can
be just as serious as a major accident
Prompt cleansing of wounds or breaks in the akin with
DIOXOGEN helps to create a condition which will yield
promptly to the attention which only a doctor can give,


.iL-


Milt


a , - --


I






~. .- -,~*-


- v


'. ,.-
*


, ED ..u F-ILEysps _ __^S ^i ~~ar~.N 1"**'T~ss S'5^^-? yi"^__
a .IE E T ,Mw .eflvo sm ___&1= _apa__
ow saw a








-gg>_ __ ______r --^^ -^o u S ^ S~ nS~Srf '" y-a^ yr U iII~
a v c&u12* i -0110m
a 4 L&ANNO O a -WCRANI3fto___t
SWAN* AK an. IK. aa 0
Mawr vWa so=IN is-Women'









u'.vin ^ 1 ^ -k-m, 44
ie ~at* a..- < ( a'T,7t h **.-clti-< _______________________.___.___a ______ !* .? ,- ** v3 v i^ y ^ "
___S __________X_____ '?*s, StCn -A wiN ?UIM- -."a K *IE * K~. -________M a
"ks 0 ZWON D a do 22 I b'* t ma - 2. 36a A --A
raXo VNmaUMB __ p_
a aN V1SmA A? M_ a -.ST iJq Vl M & *Ut 80 a pum am_ *0 __s_ at
x TaTVa w o. I @@ US, 10 J Is b* <,
W"u ea m a~ glo








ri~MmaI-J~y ; ^ *-g it"-' i' rca. *-. A- rrsaf-rt0-0 0 = Z~ --% 1.- -1... .0.7" U-ZNM da a i ^w .t waft do


t~i t to xa CU *K Mem 5tea E -A -~ -*- io*"l - -,- ___ __ s&f4-iiii ________________ numjm Ar 2 in3 ial 2 lTCK cIcc. _- w e -e ~r y 0
mumbuo" o 0004SL S











^E *ff ~ cw y T 'Oa'f V(s 1^7.- 2)4* r-.a~ i. 7uo mir ________ A'a p*.mAd< *T5a h._, i im i.M nR* M - *" ^~ iY ___^" " 11 ^ D m o
:';~I- ';S a ? wu w fi.-wi .U :7w *ti . l.f wr_ __t_ CKt _M -* Am. u BTIA C~T m w iO BOW *m e the t IBA D Sd-.\ *
480L Lam* p"11- ~ _'W MWVO LL LANNA V L m = OW a vna,' J16 ot tons 5owatpR
j~k."I WRON INOW-, w?"










61,0rs" S.-s^^ rZ. X*N.."^ ' ^ ^ ;^ ^ S1" MC* zM tn'~ 1*
OW #amab-ieift23,7 'C A4h a.nAn = 010
11, 26 ANO"WL- ANS L JLAUAAW fCft SW abbonob' avdiimk WeINNl omit i t tTOOS ...mvu Fwl
.1 f. f VJ be amtjaaas.tasIaw, t &hI 4 w f
-- ,~ AZ~ an rem74a .a.m Mt., C1f1 61 zw 2 am7 3-WW1 we 3waa, s IWO ~ NNWmm









B 3 3 a Aamwa. . s. ,.r n '* --- 0 GLSS jw w flt HWmooCIt --.-C4 "0S0 f

*ura ? 22 -% S ^ -. p^.. ^ ^ z^ . am ^"* WA;., k* Af r ..z.-'i^ S- P^ma -JliM^ S 2 Cases Mlhr Kak
*LFyn ~TAYTx aj- -' .,IN-..9 Ag"..^ 7 rb ^ 61^^ t^ S ^ S ------ ----- &- 0110 0-** WW-^-n WI -Rw't waft^ 401110 ft' Wanke- rr^ ^S.S SSl 011016 toysim







- an-Now" - K 1 -




^ ^s a;' r-.- :a ', 1 i- ., r* y ---c c.^. I.a4 -- ^ -^ S .j* n ___ D T>*n, .Cro
_Ss SAX T-''' n :. *i .* ^ ;-- -^..,^ ; .. aN m ema -, f*w:*.r ?f.-; B0't i m t *n ~ OO I js o i^ We l- Cases^ Miit r K b-W S OOki
rr I T a I Smta"t ? C5.8L:r.PRED LAW.-HE.'_L_______ SA- C a M



_____ ** ~' c.,. ** --'- r" TO; S.,-* r' i line -e to ovae atu'* ^--L*~ j_*> y-n* W ~ v i u ef. w ~ -tt A r.. l ** i, ** -- __
------_ -- -is ,. ... 7 w' ~ LA _.. W7* '. ^, ,. ,. ; .. j ww i-T fl'u i ^ ..j 3ZU2A ?0JC TA P'Aaau D''l ea andi~ hd.a aw r e 1^ I ~ u C rtan Ki esk M ..x
Bt..'-.^< ~ ~ *-.< ( A-.~ ..! in -> t* 4'A3t 3- -,* ''x, .-.7*- A '.w..s *.X t .w.y ..-.. iC~j .Lw Ca ~ '' --- ~iV IT B M CIl IO K
swafSwoA Iftem am fti1 SLAWd% V1 31001L a o-v ftmdo dr w -0 a "M"Tbe 1010" :, 1= 0W











LA 7W*VAV. z:l,&V.W Mum31 ft A*-swagaw anoso L 1. 6 r = dl.AN1nCwse Geot's White




Sf**L *ki -* *:- .". .,* -*--* -*..*.* l- x ^ -, '.*** -',.. ^ ^ .7 p ^k aa*i*. pea ,ya 1A4- Trpo fr Accn
1, $a bow .,vow W_ SL i,- "W 41000 COOK am- -btadlu'bog












SLWT-----------0,.7MI NO-T %- -, so "M I SCUOO OF "er ie s"WM



uo ^0ljj 'A*' e- s- -* *,- ,,.-. ...^ .(:, ^ t*^ 2- ^ ^ } ^ *7 4,* __ __ ____ ___ AI UCOERAL: iNOSAJM:,aj o xu z1 C s ais So
A$Palw U.u *&a**"to, o.f a JS.00 0*. "a M" %-M4flO(1a"-"W-.f68~*1N-*&gh Ca-t--adies'Stra
woen v"Mft INM"M O MMW"943 anlu36fft MW* OOWI ALa"GAA4NG 1 Wof saow"
I. *' a-% a ow ARgPW 11-L Oftgr _ _ _ _ _ _
2.. pv &nar'tea.asnqa %:! f-Ka HE_ ______vow* _offOw ______a ___
36 ft" &.M soHaaps.
4 ***4**~~~ Zo7w 4ita*4se .>am'w- A L 4 4~Sz '".Iti #___ ___ __ __ ____ft_ "Cato"Ktch n ow l

~ .- .. A- . o we .. ."42 1 Tha 2"" n Li*z -to & ft 014~
W p q. k -ad a m on am Oa Uw V NVI UF. f Owv p d & c e s o e .
or at_ _ __-A_ _ _ _ _ _ IncOb atorL
W"4 t.b; 1 ?'2* -Oft 3C.q%? &a t 3tt v r aEO A
WE C"-'1"t 2 Af At"ar'= TO W ITev3ze A pp. 1 -1 W
As 1v 26 ley .2 Same d_ ---;wAn = VC. 22 a a m, ra aa
34 #a fxa -A-. -.4 '-av j.7 IsMUVICE AW O n Me 3 a d b ILSO"Ot 00 aaW.L N. -1 M aa. M. Q eRIN
30 1%Izz 7Kr.L'p4 %f u *T V" 019-, fAE :*GZ. us 6.,4- At2
esmsw ram SAW *CM t IO = $ f" A w& f I. 49" AT L36aev sa .-- --I mw a
"PL, mmee"%


A


l ~p- -raslaw,3 Two Xing .i ~
wow ellrvol-fe or -SL" I MEN a
20 vw "? ,77 a
j~22'^y 1 U* ^ ..A -* *Bzu a. y ^ ^i g ^ a ~ *a' ^~ iiO. t a i ~ "* ,
**W-1 *ALW ^ z^ uvmr m.. r- U^2-^ OSDI M At3- etc. i. ____- Join: Don't be
3. 9 A- lath'a S *29 .3 MeaC- A**- T, cu aUCr ____ II
r um' L a________________ ,~(dr E. -,"or Al2""a F o loam. gwo
3W L$*Se 2a^,.' *.! *Vi..- k. ,Al.T 7 <^.. 4 3a C-'-B- u nmL C4D BA ^ c a o w -r u AWE 43 4' .- ,g. .' -. V. A N TE Dx F**. M. AAt 7034. .'. 1.4W- 3ai'^ a Oin. -* ua"e* 3e. ------ p. ^
---- -- ----- ,- -. 4- 44'.r ir*,a 4c _______ A4U%; .,^a.,i ,-77 ., i3 Iin .4. .4 ". '". '?* MOW ro34i | A --
... ^ ^ ...3-..- ,, ,: -,, ^s "' -y sa"0 DRn A T wga. 4 f u zas -r 2n-


pt-axM4-- d im_ A'*V*M 1** ~ ~ AA1A I" " ;'Z2Ksa Sru ws is i Read 4ft0; "- RA I $
1. .V'W314 4r' A*-. 7k -- --- --- -- -- C Aiii zim rm 'u i T---- mu. iadE -*A "I :
XXATK4= -. W M. a :... t ^ n N SC.snl HS-T ALTV. ESTATr
0 Ivy I? O*,. 3 .4 I pse.j S S kSft-aA, PW, It



*~ i E 1 ,A*,>... .. s 1, *--.ar <' ;* .' .A'.'3 *.' l. atn* 108.* baa N t- ftrtt Gwu~ag.- K I-M A~ 1411A M
-yUj Ciy I*' 3' T-- -r.- -- --ruuuu. C3 ", 4 A '444-3 *.3 *4.>* KATIP.TX- At3r T Ca.10n WA H in Oaiiw tsc .w m.** R N IT U RE~OM
5W3T0VL f,<('34 88< ** - .';i .MIB H N l **' JU* TUB T' PMPa'I a. Al*ur 3 __ ct ru v9
*'t b .,r ;.."os ran gAILK









'Agjj,Ct7 . ^ it^ 5.iL w* '.~~a". 4 t*l "" 4-a~~i n ( '*ua VWp3DgSB7 EUTLDI'O M w. S MantneeRus.Be d
lMVMQ5 r- f SALE Jet. be.Kaf 1 t BoMl rtS ir 0-0 ABw
0M S At4 _r 4, U-$ oZA A' p Cs' Tba ,Sm d 4rina 1 3* Lat Tsaz41~











3*3 ,..*. T ..I. S- ? 2 fy."-I-, *"* m^'~ 33'SSJ A*,| 74^ -- N..' 2* aegTXM~ NM T 2C.. 11w* al'" ,ba.kt Ap^y MIDte CalurrntWu
;-*i I -Z--?5 .. -










I MIM~s' t o.4-/rr f --------, .*. Mf *,.t kLL ESIAII PiM Ut.B.. . i ro,< etotrPi
-.trB^S.afiASaS% -%%?^^wt'" XA:-4', LAtUat La7iAzr1 4, I 'or FOURNIT~
1 1 a,2 Frt &WI Sn.-.4 CA UANA










01- 20" 211 Aft D""
gNAm..P? S-4 '5* 0,17.t i 1fz iyuv.* *s-g.t ^ sn's. 04 wa5~s". C-r/a.s ('^ '03 S~~ w "^.B ri'* ~ ~ t
*Kr-1-CBD -~ 'u ~ .T~ SSriid*- V-334 -. 4 AObs ,A--3' ~A flat P41 V r, 3 70 9e l.13











bowl. SSe pw s BBr SS llo~w"<.y A 6- 5.4""? "41L"90.-S I low^Tf^*~S~" Hbtr^ "^,ad" 4"u, "< mmUCw
So slopu-A~,, ~ ~ ~~rrn Ualsa' j tV 41 ~* V.KCCg-alc
-, at, ..~.; M~t ADIkREAL ESIAIALTE54 YUN .LA- N*CleaLL 'MAI0 &j$ALES.k.2 S L
VNIP410-4,10. 1pRU ur a- L? 5ftM 0 XTM a rsa i sum&-IAT L














B,14- ~~,,y' t74'A. ih34*^^^44A.^ e ^^.? J'5SiaMi 3 jf" ote'g* wfins,.."!. VSJ. J2 ^ ^" ^ ^ 1 *iniro t afnu uh
!A Nra Losa3~t LAavwuing a. & oritngteCooyw














1_,3,30 4~j ?L S' 1i. ; l ma^l SSj y S^^ V - _..~ .. 1l4i ol rMa gi.n lea w..SS AOOWU US^ masm P C?^aneu-.. zwtn ^ ir kep 11IFMMMHurnt
it AOUS S 3w- S P, I. O0wA SAml0. 2'lS! 0 3 NSAEMM UU"YV IPVFT ML & 307











'WHS ~ ~ ~ !1 k A^^.*:tl -. g Ars .^ .-M. eSo GvasSm-_Av& rOn
L~I.4. 14 10. r VMS31 l-AM B05 4AM 1.7 jTX$ a CH AGe.. Ampo ITSh




1* ?wa.-uaaoa ft-u 5, .j* i 'AN M~tir ,*-e L- C. Eua,,r a.-iT.i -X' .a rn 6 -e29**. 4"
Of 73A.WZ B~ll 3A ~448~ NO W 0472"~es le C 44 P T TM OrTCIM AR,& J1 fe 6 12 cons Vn a5U.-u m t25 t, ON~m Sie ae
_ 4~ M3I~o rt;% .~* : -. A ;s' OV- *1 4.k2. aj'4Vtt p rIn aewi- aeuNix Sea bvg e to ew I'? rat 1, SBMI A VOK pin
cd om.MCI. 4 to tile pqft0as Tbbrl 4o43* 47 31L Mile, AaM L Satur3613522n
FIAN 0...*l3-aBpSC LA l krbFS SALL WI**eME 0.26. WMIMP36C0. 1 0 0s1 T.bbrs sad car.nJuly '4
ar cs, o D "= _!; Dm .01* ir r j Js33. l'3 A15* 1 j 2 1 ogbil ['003 Msa e di aw, F a awei oi tpLn
P AT W D SMe" 36 P 06g Ba&. K> 6 H p IA*SEA'T1 IP IMf I t wLA L ST ~ K o ~la ut.Bn
k-Of U S 4 `)I T Aee*:4 U OA f,;', r1-17725 Aed .t*i. M & ofa~j s a7A m, A- DA D S----330 00N Mt E trlcte yC wd u f
-N. A" OG&Aca. *e ma w %p. OS I' 5 ~ O~Sltr A"Tnv 64 a 4u u 1Lv1*5PwAfOtUap.U so' l 1.63 fe tpa- uaeJlh~ ~~so.sz

L84.t020' lI0mv F tolJ,1 1 uInlooka2'u"LJoe LAWN -0STh ascle. a.d' Woodenvws. Ecand Mat.dw
of fu am boa sTW, 'S lT. 076 e. il.Ma ,Pm S M.- AG *F : o w tia.J~~" rn adT se n
r im_&W Plis M9-j aswith X4 New* AMUIXen e ry Fel
43 oersok &W;" &VA ftars & 4 @P 64'4 as 1bW MfVW sl 5o.i 04.0. a3 t 3 "fs011411100P-ft41111 L---2, .h
OANS) t 1711 uaCISsa, -0 =umam a d ."eg. 40 130 SUPPLIES S~ ai; J i ngeort'S moewiNg MadSOTe
__________________ ______ 3.3A11*batj06604o MIa. see
lelel 040pea Ce* A*0 75537 RO-Oret alls o.nte. e7a f -ob21 Wand rrie Traat lCgagar. G as 1.lu0
~~id.4&q5,gI 3W lomsa3314iwarbooks. g asnIc1Mam- 1 __ IM"U 9 o 33Cg co. 14oad rivs t harAVsa
4"17 l p roda. *p bass m ._utt'a so . M hp FORwaSALE-
L"_____WOO_ aM a 00v *7 u. om. rm"0- wit21p. r. 1= 40."M12.nd. theG alden oo. stp ,at S
US a v-" t a SS OA ATR A .' mm 11 I MON 4M July..2s uaIC rma m lte.toBMW
aIA B1`430L RA2U11-U&&l4 SA VI L Tog
x~vort MAOL pp~j;Is Fus Stret. weoofld6lep e owlIM mu I.Mu
lp1 Pat-Of41" 66yLas ron S ALESit f etecrf w nba

A44"MTis;Aigus Ilv I
Me "Ma IjNWbUD, or al. t Pol .ft. -ECLSPrc h Met"Mab CtR nd at
PMM04 *NIXwu manuwMaize. sb__ __ Uid.A &0aemosces. 1 Lenam IMMa & e TaIM AMMUe5PM-J-y2


11 -
Steuiavd 3.4w Na mewdma via ~
Agemey IL :~-'~-
Obqpsu


'wIN st^ai
ow 5ga "m ca~m a
A- m** 0 5
I h"6wmm


* --

* -
o PN
,ii


I


rwr -tI
ssr.
&mob% r,
Cvft 1nm
afte


U-


fer.,
MUIR M


MUIR C
66 ~IbS





RECII
G Iv I
Wl -ifred4
Under the I
Pauronme of U
; Ovnrnor ind]
Te be bdi
Royol Victoq*

| GE
Sundclay, Aa

S *i

| "mt y be*
Stefph ULI, |
Omft by court


Wilson,
Aug
Saturday


2 IM ouu wmTr
T27 GUARANTEE
sob* Agmu:
GORDON, GRANT
a& C0., Ld.


GRELL'S [CASH GR


A CsICE SZesLWC

CANNED F


CHICKEN
14. Tm


FISH &ALL$
28ox. Ti.

FISH CAKES
23.,. Tha,.


_FI PILCHARDS
- 16o&. Tim


MACKEREL
ISu. Tim


VIM 'niw4


HADDES TUNA FISH
--- 225GM&I


HERRINGS
- 60 14ox. Th
A, d
Cuba..


SARDINES1
)SO 6m


', ,


I


lij



M41 -6:"
Sfi~, 3*13 D3^S
3 fl jasa* 0051
ifg~'amamma mSB


.,a. As" Awmdmw l - - -- - ..- . --- -


* X i ", *


if


A-.- -


A"


AM AL


-~ ~ I 9- ^




  Home | About dLOC | Collections | Governance | Digitization | Outreach | FAQ | Contact  
  Powered by SobekCM
Acceptable Use, Copyright, and Disclaimer Statement  
© All rights reserved   |   Citing dLOC