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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

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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

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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).

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Source Institution:
University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
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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:
UF00081212:00730

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POST-OF-SPAIN, TINIDAD, B.W.I., FRIDAY. AUGUST 11, 1944


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SHcific

t Inspects
tl Harbour
hdons
Sgw- 1 (Reter)-
hat aS spent three
j1 where h In-
i*1i and held


= inferred with
MacArthur, Ad
*-IWmits. & Admiral
Leahy on the
the Paciftc war
trip a fortnight
t tMe that the
t to this wai
-bir the notorious
attack by the Jap-
Km put it after
t t has been done
e then, there is
ecag e, the whole
bslng.
h War Council, he
E ndents that the
surrender policy of
and himself applied
HMunrelentinrg vlgour
FA against Germany.
t did not divulge
o the momentous
r-than to say that
M ed new offensive
1l 1 ot Indicate how
of these plansh
,Mr. Churchill was
caferences tailed to
!M'r. Roosevelt said
'Wiset of thier meet-
A might be called
6 question for the
Asevelt was greeted
A admirals and 15
Observers are still
Son the talks and
in Hawaii now Is
| lMacArthur has
signal for a move
7lhppines.
Question about the
i President said that
ur was never more
he said on leav-
tbat he would come
to retake the com-
Roosevelt said he
MacArthur that
oi f General Mac-
to Australia
rence here the
asked the gen-
hbis personal greet-
*ien In the South
the tremendous
6fltcm rFeet whlc4
-Mand thousands of
bat craft, the
trnaval strength
ederful to see and
which It was ac-
iang. He added
the Pacific was
Whereas at the
war Hawaii was
Outpost, now the
| t thousands of miles
Was non-commit-
post-war reprisals
Against Japan for
n airmen. Asked
do would be held
H ble, he said such
l lftature.
-Vslit the President
famous Seventh
Iky' commanded by
This division is
of the toughest
1 the Pacific, tav-
M4ttu and occupied
g aulars and suc-
gKwaJalein In the


|tance
m Ceases
*sr Aug. 10 (AP).-
Sannounced today
resistance has
On Guam and Am-
9P now wiping out
*M enemy troops.
Announced thI4
h16 "ad disclosed that
&M'llty troops haa
P cn this Western
Which was seized by
lA December, 1941.
lue made only a
'Uttatement that "or-
resistance on
404id during the af-


iHengyang
r Japs

1 August 10 (Reu-
M l, portant road
E in2Hunan. sou-
fallen to the
a heroic resistance
Z Mntha, the Chi-
1e0 anii announced
411 after the defen-
,le practically to
"__ communique
adds that Heng-
Sthe Canton.Han.
garrison of 22o0
S the ongest siege
ChInese.japen
Mt relief columns had
*M Nurog the cordon
:! b thrown round


^rRelief


-muer Named
has been
at the Lt
wS, the dixtriet
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tand for n- t mor


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ii-ftt the asy


No Carpet Knight


During his tour of the Italian fighting front, HL% Majesty
the King bextows the accolade of knighthpoj on Lien!.-
Generatl O'Iver Lesee, Comma minder of the Britisli Eighth
Army. This i a Br.tlih oikcial photo received through As-
sociated Preis In New York frmm italy July 29 and flown
to TrinMad.


Florence Gets
Vatican Help
ROME, August 10 (C.P.--The
Vatican took steps today to help
the Allies relieve the plight of
the Florence population, while
Canadian troops, aided by 250
Italian patriots, mopped up hos-
tile Fascist elements in the All:ed-
held southern portion of the city.
The Vatican asked for trans-
portation facilities to send flour
and other necessities to. the Arch-
bishop of Florence for distribution
to the populace suffering for food
and water shortages.

Architect Leaves

Colony
Mr. A. S. Gray, F.R.I.B.A., of
Messrs. Watkins and Partners
F/F.R.I.B.A.. consulting architects
to the Trinidad Government, left
the Colony yesterday morning in
connection with a new hospital
which he has designed for British
Honduras. He is expected to be
away about two or three weeks.
The "Trinidad Guardian" un-
derstands that the hospital which
will have accommodation for 150
beds will be built by the American
contracting and engineering firm
of Some and Somkin.
During his recent visit to this
Colony last week, Mr. Albert Som-
kin brought with him an artist's
drawing depicting the hospital as
it will be when completed. This,
it is understood, has been left
with the local Government.

No Trinidadians
Lost In P.AA.A Crash
A Pan American Airways official
told the oTrinidd OGuardian" yes-
terday that it was very unlikely
there were any Trinidad passen-
gers in the Pan American Clipper
which broke In two and sank when
attempting to take off in rough
water at Nips Bay, Northeastern
Cuba, on August 9.
He based his belief on the fact
that the 'plane was running a
shuttle service between Puerto
Rico and Miami at the time of
the accident.
He had not yet received anv
official report of the accident, he
said.

Mr. Wooding Quits
W.I. National Party
Counselor H. 0. B. Weooding, the
City Mayor, has resigned e*-
benhip of the West Indisan a-
mead P W44 .emmd
Mr. Woodff, vtr w _*-
vlee-preidnt of the party and
chairman of the Port-ft-Bp1An
branch, yesterday declined to mitt
I# statemet about his r-lag-Uti
S tol d a"TrialMad Oard"n
reporter that he wouMl rathS ayM
ta abe"out the a latt=


Rumanian Diplomat
Reported Resigned
NEW YORK, Aug. 10 (AP) -
The British radio said today
both the counsellor and secre-
tary of the Rumanian Legation
to the Vatican have resigned,
refusing to serve any longer
under the Government of Mar-
shal Ion Antonescu.


New Airborne

Army Formed

By GLADWIN HILL,
LONDON, Aug. 10 IAP) -Thq
Allies' new "secret weapon" is a
miuch a potfat Wmnac a an"
mashing development on tn(
ground-the revolutionary creation
of a new air-borne army. The new
unit, welding British and American
air and ground personnel into an
unprecedented combination o
striking power and mobility, I
placed by General Dwight hisen-
hower under the command of Gen-
eral Lewis Brereion. Its compo-
nents are the same ones which, ai
respective parts of the ground anc
sir forces contributed so greatly tc
the success of the invasion, but
their integration under one com-
mand promises a great augmenta-
tion of their effectiveness, and con-
jures up a picture of a great sky-
force plummeting down deep be-
hind the German lines, possibly
within the Reich itself to land de-
cislve victory blows.
General Brereton is commander
of the American Ninth Air Force
based In Britain whose trooper-
carrier command flew American
paratroops and glider infantry in
the Invasion.
Although a celebrated figure in
the Philippines, India and Egypt
air campaigns, he is a veteran war-
rior who was in both the signal
corps and artillery before the
world war and actually began his
military career with the Annapolis
Naval Commission.
His British deputy under the
standard of S.H.A.E.F., BI-Nation-
Ial set up, will be former British air-
borne troops commander, Lieuten-
ant-General Frederick Arthur Mon-
tague Browning. D.S.O., husband of
the novelist Daphne Dvmaurler,
and a Grenadier Guards alumnus.


Missing Judge

From Venezuel

His Honour G. E. F. Richard!
Islands and Leeward Islands, repo
as missing on a voyage from St. I
on Tuesday by Pan American 'p
he said, reached the mainland after
Mr. Justice Richards told the
"Trinidad Guardian" yesterday
that he left St. Lucia by a char-
tered auxiliary sloop to go to
Dominica for a sitting of the
Circuit Court.
They put in at Martinique and
left Fort de France on July 24
but the sloop broke down the
same evening and then came the
hurricane. The sloop tossed and
pitched the whole night and the
next day they found that they
had drifted far away from shore.
On board the sloop were Mr. V.
Beaumington, of Barbados and
himself as passengers and a crew
of five.
Efforts to get the sloop to shore
failing, she was allowed to drift
and after nine days, it finally
reached Testigo. on the Venezue-
lan coast. From there he and Mr.
I Beaumington went to Carupsno
where they spent a week and
afterwards traveled by Venezuelan
Airlines 'plane to Maturin, where
they boarded a P.A.A. 'plane for
Trilidad.
Mr. Justice Richards said that
there was only one day's supply
of food on board the sloop but
luckily, he had taken with him a
crate of manoe. and some avo-
cado peeaK &y rationing, they
lived on fruit for several days.
Then tw f sha sand a bird were
caught The Mbird was divided and
aceh ate hi0 portion with half an
evoeadso.
SMr. Jutiee Richards sid he
lans o leave on Monday or at


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Blow Struck "At Japan;,



Drive Bridgehead Across OrneW



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bombed Japanese airdromes at NEW THRUSTS
Davao on Midano Island in the
h southern Philippines. This Is Two new pushes are developing
southern .hi s T against East Prussia, where in the
fst bombing of the Philippines last 10 days the Grmans claim to
,since the fall of Corregldor, 27 have dug over 1,800 miles of
months ago. trenches, and erected thousands
-- of pillboxes. One raged along
S s T good roads from Bialystok in nhe
~A u~u e Lr, H direction of Lyck, while the other
A arrives H ei came from 9ledlice, and got within
62 miles of the East Prussian
a At e frontier, in the vicinity of Wegrow-
sok-olow.
a:. 9 D ays A t S orces operating from BiaLlystok,
____ succeeded in ecrossinr the Narew,
.. and are continuing their advance,
s. Puisne Judge of the Windward the Gert-mans admitted. Warsaw
went through the llth day of
orted by the "Trinidad Guardian" siege, .as Chernlskhovsky'a army
.ucia by sloop, arrived in Trinidad patiently consolidated its frontal
positions before East Prussia. In
plane from Venezuela. The sloop, major skirmishes in this sector
Von Hammer claimed the Ger-
nine days adrift in the Caribbean. mans rcatredVckavsk 1
mansrecaptured VilkaviWdA 12
....______.__ .. miles east of the border.

Education Board Dr. dos Santos

Raised To Ministry Gets Post Here
LONDON, Aug. 10 (Reuter)-The
British Board of Education has Dr. Wilfred dos Santo., son of
now been raised to the status of a the Hon'tbe Errol dos San'tos% the
Ministry and Mr. R. A. Butler, the Acting Colonial Secretary, has been
President of the Board of Educa- selected by the Secretary of State
tion, becomes the first Minister of for the Owlonies for appointment
Education, as Medical Officer (and Patholo-
This follows the passing of the gist. to the Medical Service of this
Education Bill which has now re.- Colony, it was officially announced
celved Royal assent. This Bill pro- yesterday.
videos for raiasng the school-leaving The appointment is subject to
age and arual opportunities f;-r all satisfactory completion by Dr. ds
children. Santos of a special course in pa.
---- ...--thology expected to last six months
SI CO ,. I"and which, the "Trinidad OGUr-I-
Slulm Committee idian understands. beogn Iggft Ms T
kJUasa l V ILUlsIiltl Leaving Trinidad toIN as" Jtlbl-
M lISf__.La_ m atT_ _l ee scholarship iwt.wa from at.
Members Namedu Man's College W1 msantos
Swent to Camb Untverltmvh
Selection by the Planning and where he took both the .5A. and
HAuting Oommisaon of three of MA. d Mrft. In 1M0 he graduated
its members to serve on the Shim with the degree of M.R.C.S..
Clearance Committee set up under L.R.C.P.. and t December thp same
the Slum Clearance and Houlgyear he to ek fujter degtes of
'Temporary Prevlsions) Ordilaee MX. ChB., (Caitab.
paRsed last week has been apprp9_1 Prior to graduation -in June, 1342.
y HIs Exeellency the Actint GOT- Dr. dos Santca served as student
ernor. How ePhysician at the RItoyal Hp-
T'hne members are the H on't ititalt. Volvrlapton. For ntnc
George de Nobriga. member of the months up t1 M 1, l43. he wI
Exectutve and Lelistlwve Councils:,OaaualtyOflo V 64 t MRoal oee-
Mr. NI. 0, B. Wooding, theMprpt5 M T edw uly
of Portcf-Spain; V" th U nga o 143be0~
arl Mla& aS''s^ MMUM 6:WW5""


At the same time a Russlan-based'
air fleet of more than 500 Fort-
resses and Liberators, protected b,
Lightnings and Mustangs, bombed
the Rumanian oil centre of Ploesti.
Although targets around Ploesti IL-
self were described only as military.
objectives, it was disclosed that ar
second Liberator force bombed oil,
installations 19 miles L3 the north-
west,
With virtually all the rail and
road bridges in the sector west cf,
Paris bounded by the Seine andl
Loire rivers knocked out, Alll.' Ali
Forces are now shifting the bulk oil
their efforts eastward, to what the
Air Command calls second ano
third lines of interdiction
Marauders hit rail spans on line
leading from Paris to the nn--i'
and east. British Lancasters also
Joined In the campaly:. to ,pe ,0
the fuel supply of the German war
machine, attacking an oil storage
depot at Dugny, adjoining Le B-ur-
get airfield near Paris this after.
noon. All the bombers, which were
escorted by fighters, returned.
I Reuter states that R.A.r.
Mosquitoes last night carried
out one of the most daring
minelaying operations of the
war. They mined Germany's I
vital Dertmund-fmms Canal
from as low as Oft. This canal
is one of the most Important
of the enemy's inland water-
ways and is so heavily defend-
ed that hardly s stretch of it is
unprotected by heavy and light
anti-aircraft guns.]
Fighter.bombets swept over a I
large area of Ftance and Belgiumi
seeking rail lins wherever they:
were to be fount, and pouncing on
anything moving ver them with
bombs and buI.
Importance of halting the On-
man rail movement toward the
Wrench battlefreot was emphasized
btan air o ,er who disclosed 0 hat
t average militarry train carries
5" tons, and Its destructim is equl- .
Went to th# success achieved In
destroywto 160 read vehicles. Pilo t
themselves insist that rail target i
were booming scarce.
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1805th DayOf TheWar
Against ikflesm


CANNING &

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Russians Drive Through Lithuania


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Nazis Still


On The Run

Enemy Use Every
Weapon To Rig Up
Anti-Tank Screen
By JAMES LONG
SUPREMeF. HEADQUARTERS.
Allied Expeditionary Force. Aug. 10
4AP) General Omar Bradley to-
day sert his steel striking force
into the Chartres sector of the
Paris defence zone and through
the north bank minefields of the
Loire with the Germans still on
the run.
Americans at the front are bet-
ting on Paris in three weeks as
M'aquis beyond the Loire cut the
whole mainline rail system to the
soukh of France to block out Nazi
reinforcements as their hopes of
liberation fanned into full flame.
While these arrowhead attacks
drove in for a showdown General
Dwight Eisenhower. Supreme
Commnider, welded the whole of
the American and British airborne
might into a single new unit in a
clear promise for other blows.
On the Caen hinge, the flank of
the Canadian First Army's attack
southward was stymied by a Ger-
man anti-tank screen which
blocked the last five miles to
Falaise--but the Canadians veered
abruptly east and pushed to the
outskirts of Vimont on the main
Paris road.
LReuter says the Germans
have used every weapon they
can lay their hands on to rig
tup this anti-tank screen north
of Falaise. The Canadian
troops launched a full-scale
attack cn it astride the road
that runs south from Caen and
at the sagie time United King-
dom troops of the Canadian
First Army have been attack-
ing southt a.. of Caen aloig
the ro~ hat leads to Lisleux
and Paris.]
In close support the Brltish
drove a new bridgehead across the
Orne dhe east of Amaye, six miles
south of Caen and bulged their
earlier Grimboso bridgehead sou'h
within 1,500 yards of Thruy-IIar-
court and east for 1.000 yards.
cutting the Thury-Harcourt-Caen
road. The Oermars are clearly
pulling nut of the tightening
wedge between the British and
Canadian advances. There are re-
ports of enemy movement just
south of Falatse, but whether It is
reinforcements or the start of a
still bigger retreat is not imme-
diately disclosed.
At the tip of the Brittany pen-
insula, the fight for Brest is de-
veloping in full force St. Malo
took three days to crush as the
girrlson there rejected to surren-
der and fought it out. The last
fPLRASE TURN TO PAGE I, COL. 11

Allied Aircraft

Bomb Philippines
GENERAL HEADQUARTERS
SOUTHWEST PACIFIC, Aug. II
tAP'-It was announced -this
morning that. Atliet aIrpraft


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THE PREMIER GROCERS


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Outflanking Thrusts


Endanger Warsaw


And East Prussia

By W. W. HERCHER
LONDON, August 10 tAP)--Dangerous threats to Warsaw and
East Prussia grew from outtflanking movements, begun by the Red
Army around the temporarily stabllsed fronts in Poland.
Now the Germans seem to have .. -. ---
committed themselves to last ditch -------.----.. .....-. ......-....-
stands before e I S~t uin-l ',rA Put ic Meetings. *
the Vistula River line anchored at Banned In Germany
Warsaw, with the Russians map- ermany
ping new routes to thtir objec- LONDON, Aug. 10 (AP)-
tives. These bold tactics- sticking Dr. Goebbiols, the Propaganda
Minister, has banned all pub-
the Wehrmacht painfully in ten- lie meetings and entertain-
der flanks-may set the whole (f ments in Germany not direct-
the central front in motion again ly connected with the war, in
beioie many days Dasa. a series of sweeping deci'ees
Waarsaw's danger lies in the seeking troops for the Reich's
bridgeheads that Marshat Rokos- depleted a 'mies.
sovsky ihan established on the wes .dplet ale -
bank of the Vistula below the be- --- ... .
sieged city, and into which he Is
pouring vast quantities of men avi A s
and military machines. av s A sSil
The crossing, only 25 mile-s a
southeast of Warsaw, is admitted O i T r e
by the German commentator von
hammer, who placed the Russians 0 1 J. t iets1
beyond the Vistula and north of I P Z
the Pilica River aoove Radom. i ,I I
Tnere are other bridgeheads firm- In P i Z o
IV ftxed in the.Deblin area, and
notably southwest of Sandomierz. *' -
In the latter sector, Von Ham- By AUSTIN BEALMEAIR
mer reported tnat a large scale SUPREME HEADQUARTERS
Soviet attack opened northwards A L L I E D EXPEDITIONARY
towards Opotow and Kielce, vital FORCE, Aug. 10 'AP.i American
link In the Germans' north and heavy bombers from Britain and
south communications betw e Italy rained new blows on Hitler's
Warsaw and Krakow, vital f1II resources, as the Allied
Drives from these bidgeheads Tactical Air Force with a few hen-
not only threaten to outflank vies, slashed at enemv supply
Warsaw and open it to attack from routes Inside the area around Par.ts
the rear, but to divide the Naz's' Both fuel dumps nd brides i
Vistula line Into smaller segments, the vicinity cf Paris. were tacked
which can be surrounded and sn. by a force of sm eratorke
nihilated when their supply linesy e orc o *m 250 Liberatoa'm
*re severed. ith. Mustang escort from ipritain


Two London

Soldiers

Awarded V.C.
LONDON, Aug. 10 *Reuter)
The King has approved the post.
humous award of the Victoria
Cross to two Iondon soldiers for
gallantry in Italy. One of them,
Sergeant Rogers, after his platoon
had been held utip by intense Ger-
man machine-gun fire, advanced
alone through enemy wire, ran
across a minefield and destroyed
two machine-gun posts, He then
went on ahead of his platoon and
although wounded, dashed towards
a third ian Lpost. He was shpot
and kinlf T point-blank range.
but his superb courage carried his
platoon to their objective.
The second V.C. is awarded to
Private Mitchell of the London
Scottish. Armed with a rifle and
bayonet, he charged alone tip a
filll, through intense fire and sil-
enced a machine-gun post. Shortly
afterwards his section was again
held up and Pvt, Mitchell, realls-
i'g that prompt action was essen-
tial, rushed forward into Vhe as-
sault, firing his rifle from Ilii hip.
completely oblivious of the bullets
which were sweeping the area.
After the remainder of his sec-
tion had captured the post,
Mitchell again went forward alone
and with rifle and bayonet killed
another machine-gun crew. Mitchell
and his men had just captured
another position when a German
who had already surrendered,
picked up a rifle and shot Pvt.
Mitchrll through the head.


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Fortresses


Hit Nagasaki

American 'Plane
Smash Oil Refinery
At Palembang
WASHINGTON, Aug. 10 (APl.-4
B29 Super-Fortresses of tie Twen-
tieth Bomber Czmmand Ctruek &
double blow at Japan today, hittwxl
In medium strength at the Ln1110
trial city of Nagaqsaki on the Jap-
anese mainland and smastig An
oil refinery at Palembang o t
Netherland Indies Island of S
Matra. '
Nagasaki Is Ot(me of Japan's moat
Important shipbuilding and repaWt
centres and major military poet
on the island of Kymuhu in the
highly Industrialised area already
twice hit by Super-Fortresses baoa
4n China.
Palembang Is the site of tho
Pladjoe oill refinery, the largest ig
the Orient, and the principal source
of aviation gaolene for the enamy.
The communique said: "Super.
Fortresses of the Twentieth Boemb
er Command today, August 10
struck in two directions ainst
strategic Japanese targets.
"One medium.sized force went
for the third time to the Japanese
mainland island of Kyushu and at-
tacked industrial targets In the
Nagasaki area,
"Another medlum-saed force at-
tacked strategic targets in the vici-
nity of Palembang on the Japanese
occupied island or Sumatra. Th7
attack against Sumatra was Car&
ied out from bases in the South.
east Asia Command. The attacI
against Nagasaki was delivered
from bases in China."
-In addition to its shlpoullding
and repair facillties, Nagasaki has
an Important naval ordnance ad
heavy industrial machinery produce.
tion. It Is on the vest side of X
shu, about 30 miles suth ofZZ
Sasebo naval baus which wu as
tacled by uupv-portreM an eA.
Twelfth In a montht the J4i
ane cities, its population It nr
than 250,000. Important chemia
works are al.o situated at NagalsaL
While a large part of the Bast
Indies oil refining capacity was
destroyed before the Japanese toot
it over and much of it is still w
operating, the PladJoe refinery at
Palembang is believed to have ee
operating very close to pre-wa
capacity, processing approximately
18,000.,000 barrels of crude oil yearlA
Tokyo Acknowledge
Super-Fortress Raid
NEW YOR.t, Aug. 10 CAP1 -w
Tokyo radio tonight acknowledged
that American Super-.FoirtreMs.
had raided the Japanese homeland
during the day. Broadcast of the
Imperial communique said 20 b-
'planes from China bases attack
In several formations over Kyuahe
Island and other Japanese baiea


Trh captUon acCompanying thil photo, whlh was receive:i in New Tork by radio from Moon-
cow, dewrtbet It as Rusksin a ilf-propilied guns and their crew% paying through h the Lithuan-
ian city of Kuanap, following Its liberation from the GCermans.-| AP photo).


Eighth Army

Wins Heights

NearArnoBend
LONDON, Aug, 10 (Reuter)--
Eighth Army troops have won more
high ground near the Arno bend
east ot Florence and correspondents
at Allied Headquarters say tonight
that this latest advance has forced
the main body of German troops
back across the river and that only
occasional enemy patrol parties
now cross to outr side of the Arno.
British troops are 'litking great
use of Churchill tanks In this hilly
country, sometimes much to the
enemy's surprise.. For instance
Godfrey Talbom, BEB.C. correspon-
dent, says when the Germans trieO
to jretake-%4bill which had 4enly
jvrst been captured they found
themselves facing unexpectedly
heavy, fire. The Churchills had
climbed faster than the Germans
reckoned.
The news from Florence today is
of the rounding up of rascists li
the part of the city held by the
Allies. Canadian troops have roped
In about 150 with their arms.
Over on the Adr'iatic sector, Pol-
ish troops launched a new attack
and captured two hills as well as
Franca Villa, less than 40 miles
below Rimini.


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IDAY. AUOUST r 11, 144.


Allies Take The Measure

Of Hitler's Submarines

ZT was anticipated that Httler's U-boats
S? would have come out in full force
je liut the oInvasion fleets and tried to
hamstring the invasion forces by cutting
b their supplies from ports across the
channel. This has not materialised and
'"oday, a little more than two months
gfter Allied forces landed in France, the
oerman submarines are on the defensive.
As the monthly statement on submarine
warfare declares, Hitler's undersea fleet
remains the hunted rather than the
hunter, and -in July, which should have
been the time for a U-boat offensive to
hinder the Allied operations in the West,
many more German submarines were
destroyed than Allied merchant vessels.
The position is satisfactory indeed,
f in destroying more than 500 sub-
marines since the beginning of the war,
the Allies have disposed of more than
double the number the Germans lost in
m Ahe war of 1914-18, showing that the
ltechnical skill which the enemy put into
the Improvement of the U-boat arm is
,more than matched by Allied strength
'and inventive genius, It is beyond all
Doubt that the Germans are disappointed
by their achievements with the sub-
marine, which was Hitler's hope of stop-
ping the Anglo-American offensive short
of the continent of Europe. There were
changes in enemy tactics and in com-
mand but they proved of no avail against
peior akill and strategy which ensured
arrival at their destination of the
IN V d Asupplies which will destroy

I Is admitted In the official s*tate-
SM a the enemy st.1. has a strong
,-bCat feet. but it is clear that he is
suflennmg tremindou&oy not only from
kse V at s.a. bu". from the oss of bases

AMencan forces in France. Brest, which
* was one of the main U-boat havens,
L'Orient and St. Nazaire must by now
be unusable because of the approach of
S the Allied armies and have no doubt al-
ready been abandoned. There are only
two more bases in western France, at La
Pallice and Bordeaux, but they cannot
accommodate the undersea vessels which
Shave been compelled to leave the other
centres. The use of estuaries and open
ports is an obvious makeshift, but they
will be much less safe than the shelter
of the submarine pens, and the U-boats
must eventually risk destruction in the
open sea in trying to reach German bass.
The losses in personnel and sub-
marines which the Germans have suf-
fered cannot be replaced. There is no
' short cut in the training of efficient sub-
S marine crews, and even if the output of
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vesoels could be increased, tM. caewl
could note trained In tite to hav any
effect an the eouN Of the war at Ma.
Air power ua already el AMussd
able curtailment of submarine -outpot,
and will ensure that It nkver again takes
an upward course. If Hitler still has any
hope of waging effective undersea war-
fare, it is as vain as his hope of winning
the war.

Legislature Hears Reasons

To Speed New Slum Bill
THE meeting of the Legislative Council
at which the new housing Bill was
passed was remarkable for frank admis-
sion by officials of the failure of past
slum clearance efforts. The Acting Attor-
ney General said that practically no pro-
gress had been made in the almost ten
years in which slum clearance legislation
had been on the statute book. And the
Acting Colonial Secretary, who Is the
chairman of the Planning and Housing
Commission, declared that since 1935
they had been having schemes prepared
and surveys made, but nothing had been
done.
These officials and other speakers
blamed this on the cumbersome proced-
ure required by earlier legislation. One
example of the vicious circle which has
existed was given by Mr. dos Santos when
he referred to the transfer of slum ten-
ants to Morvant and St. James. The
premises vacated by such persons, he
said, had immediately been let again by
their owners. The new law will, however,
prevent this by enabling the Slum Clear-
ance Committee to order the closing of
delapidated or insanitary houses when
new lodgings have been found for their
occupiers. This is one of its important
features.
While members seemed united in ap-
proving the principle of the Bill-to ex-
pedite slum clearance through more
direct ac'ion--some anxiety was ex-
pressed as to the possible result of plac-
ing such unusual power in the -nds of
a committee. We fully appre. ate the
points raised, though they must be con-
sidered against the inability to effect
improvement und.r the old system. The
Bill is an emergency one applicable for
two years to Port-of-Spain and San Fer-
nando only, subject to renewal by resolu-
tion of the Legislature. The danger is
perhaps more in a neglect of proper pub-
licity, and we regret that this received
little or no attention from the House. If
the public is acquainted regularly and
fully with the committee's decisions, this
will be a check on the misuse of power.
The Acting Attorney General quite
rightly saw in the plans now on foot for
a health campaign in Trinidad-one of
the biggest ever launched in a British
Colony-a reason for urgency in grap-
pling with the slum problem. This drive
and the social welfare efforts now getting
under way will be handicapped if better
housing is not provided for the working
classes. Legislation of itself Is not enough,
however, to modify slum conditions. It
simply paves the way for action, and un-
til the evil is tackled in a determined and
systematic way we shall never begin to
lay the foundations of better citizenship.
We shall judge the value of the new law
by results, and meanwhile it would do no
harm for a few more public men to im-
itate the Hon'ble Gerald Wight's exam-
ple in visiting some of our worst slums,
which really led to the drafting of this
Bill.


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Tyre Givo-Away Sggestod
As Coonceumon To rivers
' T11 E0dta., *,Uiud- umamijn."
I notc e that nand-bls in con-
necUon with the riecapping of tyl.
are being (ilsuibutid to the poue~.
They Xlulrnate two ty:a-Boine -j st
muoot, wichn can be o Appptm, ihe
A otieslioh to Laubhr. goinr, end
a warning that It rd ar e only
smooth they can be recappeld, but
that when the fabric isa showing It
is a cam of 100 per cent lom.
Foe $ome time r now new tyres
have been unavailable to many
people n0o perlUsion from the
Control Board); and recently many
persons have applied, but without
avail, to have their tyres recap-
ped. They, therefore, decided to
run them to a finish. t now that
recapping is available in what poel-
tion do these gentlemen mtand?
I mumst that either B or old
tyres be iven themi, with a warn-


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en-YearTraining Of Germany

Seen Only Promise Of reace


sant running them to the' .- ..- -'e
v ....... I The author ef berlin n Diary" Goering. no doubt, will flee t-
VEZY INTCRE5ThD. analyses the Allies' task of Sweden, as he did alter the abo. I-
ela, building at peaceful Germany. tlve Munich nutsch.'
-- ......M.... I R '* Ooebels' plan, I have reason t)
S . WILLIAM L. SHIRER believe, is to scurry to Switzerland.
Id Front Agailist W.l.? After the last war, there existed where he Is said to have already
ihfer. 'aIu da llan" ln Germany a powerful oppoitIon salted away enough gold to last
evel, m ght be P .I Taylor party, that of the 8oclal- Demo- him the rest cf his days.
ilvidual has deotlnitely open- crst'. It had the enthuslatic But even if these top men do
second front against the backing of perhaps half of the get away, we can see to It that
ndieN and its Inhabitants and voting popuatlcu and was strong-i some Nazi bigwig takes part In
tally, by a =tran1e form f lyv supported bv the mo.t dtsclplln- the surrender In the name of his
, against hiseft, judging ed and wel'-organised trade union foul regime. It will not be difficult
t he wrote In your issue of movement In the world. 'to force the ranking field-marshal
S. It was this part' which took of the German army to participate.
appears to know absolutely over when the Kaiser decamped The reason Hindenburg did not
g of West Indian hstor and, with the help of the Army go to Complerne In November,
n and the aspirationof e under General Grorener, maintain- 1918, was that the Allies did not
-.,..... a. "a o e crder, ut down revolution ask him to.
t strangee su pg l~ -from the Left and tile Righlt. and The Allies this time should In-
ih tell te Which tc eny in finally-even though it was a So- ?ist on such a surrender, and unless
tirld, oldor new, civilized or clalist party-set up the bouraeols present plans are changed, it will
aid, near or remote has German Republc. be unconditional.
free from the trammels But there is no such opposition What then? Then. you may be
rtitlons-whether "trange", group that can take ove" power in sure., the Allied Cammand and
rwie? -whher "rnge" Germany this time Hitler and whatever Allied political leaders
h you.- history, your liters- Hmmler have .een to that. The are on hand at the occupation will
y your Bible d tell me o Soclal-Demc, c. party which, be assailed by a whole hzst of Oer-
iynd- your Bible frehind tell me of when Hitler came to power In 1933. mans begging that we deal with
rther mention that West In- wa second in size to the Nazi them. This will be the moment on
re "torn by race psychoses'party, was disolved, as all politi- which our future, so far as neace
'h i more affected ps these were. is concerned, will hang. For if we
wcho s more affected by theseFothanhwhon a while during the early are stupid or blind enough to deal
ychoethn he who in my years of the Nia.i regime. it tried with the assortment of Germans
is puny in mind, dwarfed to reorganise underground. Buit which most certainly will present
and suffers from acute in- Himmler's Gestapo easily t:ok itself, we might as well s,.axt pre-
al fungoiadsm? care of the organiser,. Some of paring for Wcrld War III.
West Indian of today does the former leaders of the party
sure up to the drscrip- have lived comfortably on pensions PostmWar Beggars
ethai adjectives so indls- provided them by the Nazi Gov-
tely and unscientifically ernment. They could be resurrected These men will all be out to
bv him against the ;nlv by a phony "democratic" save Germany from the terrible
raphy of the WeAt Indies. regime designed to fool the Allies, consequences of defeat, and most
urth-r tells us that the West One hears much, especially from of them. if we fall for their de-
is "indiscriminate ard can- .ertOin German exiles, about the ceptions as we did after 1918, will
stingulsh between the tel- "underground', in Germany. Allied lose no time in beginning to pre-
brain-rcstive bohemian and leaders are urged to deal with it pa-e for the third German war.
visual play-boy; between tile when Hitler goes. Unfortunatel.h. After all, they will quite rightlv
bee and the drone.' What ta the underground In Germrt.y ,alculate that Germany is b:und
statement. He is blisfUilly ;carcely exists. Himmler has don| to win a war sometime if it is al-
slv Ignorant of the fact that l through Job, though his job lowed to fight enough wars
est Indies are ancient with has not been as difficult as soimei And who will these German gen-
and art. 'friends of Germany in this co'.in- tlemen be who will come running
lerlsion of thle West Indies Is try would like to think, to us begging us to let them rule
d of Itself, "endemic" ill the Reich?
SPeople Behinl Hitler Countess Rsie Ci:ldschmidt
WILLIAM 3 LA BORDE. This is because-contrary to the Waldeck, a German woman now
t Fcrtln. popular belief in America-the an American citizen, recently de-
vast majority of the Oerman peo- voted a whole book to chronicling
pie have been behind Hitler in this the candidates. It is a sorry list for
Id People Keep Pets war. It isa ludicrcus to believe, as anyone who knpws Germany. She
Editor, "Trinidad Guardian." apparently so many Amerlc.%ns do. saw two military men as possible
question was debated not that Germany could have o.e'rin Eadoglios-Goering and Rummel.
ago in a radio feature ana I continent without the loyvl and She thought Dr. Otto MeLssner, the
it it might be of some Inter- active support of the bulk of the unprincipled intriguer who served
refer to the matter for the German people. It has ahvlways as Secretary of State first to tihel
t of your readers. seemed to me utterly naive to Socialist president, Ebert. then to
debate was confined chiefly think that the stupendous achlive- President Hindenburg. and finally
therer children should be en- ments cf Germany in this war Hindenburg. and finally t. Hitler,
ea to keep pets, and the gen- could have been wrung from an might strike our fancy.
pinion was that they should, unwilling, rebellious nalion-even But her principal candidate was
e doubt arose, howe-er, as to by Himmler's terrorist methods, none other than Dr. Hjalmar
institutes a pet. The chicken The German worker, who before Horace Greeley Schacht. This
.me day will occupy the centre Hitler was either a Socialist or a slippery German financial wizard
dining table, or the rabbit Communist, has performed super- was her bet for the German Talley-
has an important mission to human tasks in turning OL0 wea- rand after Hitler's exit. Alas,
ni in the stewdish-these can Pins for the Nazi war machine, there are many British and Amer-
be pets in the strict sense of And though here and there a few ican financial men who will be
ird. workers sulked, ncne of them more than willing to do businessI
are dogs, cats, goldfish, dreamed of organising for revolt with Dr. Schacht. He exercises a
monkeys, and so fort. against Nazism. peculiar charm over them, And
Ie who keep pets and really Of the few underground move- they do nct appear to have pro-
fter them, day and might, in ments in Germany, the strongest, perly understood his real role in
%s and in health generally when I left there at the end of Germany.
nsiderate and unselfish and 4940, was that of the Communists. That role has neve.' been a see-
not consciously ill-treat a But it was pitifully weak. Even it ret Dr. Schacht was one of the
animal. Stalin desired it, which I doubt, chief saboteurs of the German R-.
this reason children should the Communist party would be in public. Since 1933 he has been one
courage, not forced, to ktep no position to take over power in of Hitler's most valuale public
It is a good investment in Germany on the demise of t.e servants. And for the past two
cter-building. Nazi regime. years, through contacts in neutral
JOHN CHARLES. Whom, then, in Germany are we lands, he has been manoeuvring to
t-of-Spain. going to deal with when the Nazis get in touch with British and
desert the arinking ship and the Al- American financial circles to pave
lies march into the crumbling the way for taking over when his
Suad Would Helps Third Reich? e l Fuehrer is scrapped. I think he re-
-q. Would Hl This in the most crucial question gards it as his final great mission
Editor, "Trinidad Guardian." of the peace for the Western in life to win tils peace for the
SI suggest to Governmenrt world. Upon its answer will depend Fatherland.
vice squad would help to whether at last. after two devas- S a
prostitution In the Colony. In I stating German wars In a ,enera- Dr. Schacht and those around
merican town today one o tiuon. we are gcing to get a rela- him wll appeal to the conservative
squads has been responsible tively lasting pace by solving the nature of the British and Ameri-
opping the venereal rate from problem oft Gern an aggression, can Gcvernments and their re-
two per 1,000 men. Despite the cost In millions of Al. pre sentatives in occupied Germany.
C. .ELDER, lied lives, we failed to solve that They will play upon our exagger-
rlottevllle. problem the last time. Why and ted fears of "radicalism" and
-how did we al? "Bolshevism" and guarantee to
I think there were two reasons .taip them out in Germany. They
ing Without Lights We dealt with the wrong people In wll swear to wipe out Nazism
dltor, "Trinidad Guardlan." Germany at the wrong time. And and they will pay hypocritical lip
liew of the danger to pedes- we did not know, or did not want service to democracy.,
of the prcte, I W to know, what elements In Ger- But Inreality they will not be-
of the practice, I wish to know, lwhat elementsacinat r-l. The
draw the attention of many really kept the power, and eve deoracy at a11. They
ilice to the riding of bicy les that they were the forces which never have. Their purpose will be
it lights in St. Croix district, would always drive the Reich into to conserve the very elements in
three nights ago I counted new aggressions at the first op- ways urged it on to which havr the mal.l-
ver than nine cyclists riding fortune moment. Wt rt, tged t on to war the milt-
at lgts. tartr the gra Industrialists, the
tRANK. Evil Eleineuht Pan-German professors.
ss Town. These force were. principally, Leek Them Up
---- To .the Junker militarist caste, the
ieGerman ndustrialluts, an d the If the Allies are wise. the will
Office Noeed Pan-German intellectuals. Presi- lock up, Dr. Schacht and all
ditor, "Trtadad Gardian.' dent Wilson did not want to deal his coh-rts. That will be one way
ish to point tou the a with tihem when the time for OGer- of preventing World War IIl.
ie eonoerned that t lTl- many's surrender came. This was Since, upon the collapse of the
of Maracas A Want a stupendous mistake. Fur, by NaZi regime, the German Army
tof the means by which they forcing the democratic elements in will have whatever governing
buy stamp, and' poet their Germany to do the surrendering, power is left it Germany. there
I in the diTstrict. he saddled them with a terrible will be the temptation to use it
like the postman who lE ome onus. It was they who eould then for maintaining "law and order."
riep weekly to the police sta- be blamed in enmany for the de-. Our military leaders might think
usually have to %alk the five feat Instead of those who were It easier to deal with a general at
e miles to St. Joseph Post really reeponasible for It-that Is. the head of a National Military
If the eorrespomdenee Is the mlltari t and tha groups Government in Berlin than with
at. ground thoe. anyone else. But surely., if, a the
SOCIALIST. Had we in 1913 insisted that the President han promised, we are
racs. KItaiser and Ludendcrtf and Hin- oing to liquidate German mill-
.---- denburg surrender for Germany, mis for good this time. the
we might not be wasting our her- Oerman Army wih all Its generals
I Needs Repair tage in a war today. Such a step must be completely demobUlied As
Editor, "TrInidad Guardian." would have ended the Hohensol- soon as the surrender is signed,
ine end again the attention of Berne, anyway, and the Junker-led It would be folly to leave even
garden of this county and the army could never ..avo survived a "token" army as we did in 1919
Road Board has been drawn, such a humiliation. For It was from that "token'" that
e need for repairs to parts of Can we not this time learn the the Wehrmacht of this war evolved,
cad leadinc into Ramlal La- lesson of I1IS? If we can, we will If we are truly wise this time, we
But they seem to be quite In- demand surrender frow Hitler. the will not attempt to deal with anv
wnt about the matter, Nari regime, and the Wehrmacht..Gsrmanj tn the nrst ten years of
he road is in such a condition crmmander.in-chif. the occupat.on. o' a congsderable
e plant.jg sason what will be Ncw. obviously, it may be ntn. period we wil nmain.rtain I purely
esult in the reaping time when 1poa*ible to force Hitler or even military rule, with the armel force
and anrma's have to b" fg out some of his Nazi henchmen, uch o. the .United Sftate, Grat Bri-
f lile ,is Ctering. to do the actual ,ur- tainand Rusia ovcrdnw three
i hpe ?hls will catch the eye of enderi!ri. T'ty know they w, l be areas which they hae already
repreentative n the Legids-. hItUidat d ny the ver fac f to occswv'sarately. A central
nhsi'ng lost the war. "Alled mSlitary c ms i -
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ERROL L. DOS SAM
Acting Colaaw
27th June, 1944. ,_
LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL OF TRINIDAD AND hti
Council Obu-

PRIVATE BILL TO BE INTRO|
IN THE LEGISLATIVE COU
Attention is invited to the Private Bill Intitui4
"AN ORDINANCE for the incorporation of a Board of
saisting of the Presidents of the 8anatana Dharma
trol, the Hindu Sanatam Dharam Association, The
Associatio:i and the Ayra Pratlnldhl Sabha of Si
Chairman appointed by the said President"
which Is being published -n th Royal Gazette in puru
ing Order No. 34 of the Standing Orderas of the Leso i
The following statement of the general nature 1an
Bill as set out in the Objects and Reasons append4
published In accordance with the abovementionedl 8ta
OBJECTS AND REASONS
In February 1942 a Committee was appointed by ,
to make reconmenaations for the payment out of M
grants to religious denominations other than those w t
receiving grants on a per capital basis out of public fuitim
nmittee recommended that provision should be made fW 1
to the Hindus and Muslims of grants determined on W
as the grants paid to Christian de nominalMo.- and that'
should in eao.i case be paid, subject to certain conditionM
sentative Board of Trustees duly incorporated by law. ,.
Provision for the payment of grants in accordance W
commendations of the Committee was made in the Sage"
Colony for the years 1943 and 1944.
The object of this Bill I1 to incorporate a Board oft-.
administer the grant which It is proposed to make to tbWh
any other fund which may from time to time be entrutWtd'W J
in the Board of Trustees for toe purpose of promot-tin
religious and otherwise of the Hindu Community. It is1
the Board of Trustees should consist of the Presldeni
Bodies mentioned in the Bill and their successors In
Chairman who shall be a Hindu and shall be appoi.tt'0,
Presidents and their successors in office by a majority e wY
Clause 2 of the Bill is the Clause providing for the
of the Board of Trustees, and this clause contains provw
found in legislation of this character namely that the B0o
tees shall have perpetual succession, may sue and be sUe0iW
in the Colony and shall have and use a common sell Wi1B0
time to time be changed by the Board of Trustees.
Clauses 3 and 4 also contain provisions usually found,,,
of this ohiaracter conferring on the Board of Trustees
and dispose of personal property etc. 'i4
Clause 5 of the Bill complies with Article XIII of tu
structions to the Governor of the Colony dated 6th J.UW
requires that every Bill, not being a Government 1mea10.u
affect or benefit some particular person, association orC
shall contain a section saving the rights of His MajestY,w
Successors, all bodies politic and corporate, and all oth0r.
as are mentioned in the Bill and those claiming by, B
them. Toe Royal Instructions referred to were Pul
Gazette Extraordinary dated 2oth June, 1924 (pagesI

Clerk. Legi.

TRANSPORT EMERGENCY


Interchange of Tyres and Tubes F,
Vehicle to Another in the Same @


As the Regulations on the interchange of tyres
to another in the same ownership are not clearly un-
persona owning more than one vehicle it is notiied for
Uon that this is allowed without the permission of t
when such tyres have not been acquired under PO
Board for some speelic purpose.
If the tyres have been acquired for a specific P"lf
is allowed if the tyres will continue to be used for t
as that stated in the permit.
In all other cases permission in writing from the T
agency Board must be obtained before any lfiterchan<,4
made.
Examples

(1)j
If a Beet owner had trucks engaged in deliverUI'
and other trucks working for t0e Hyd-raulic Departt.
tubes acquired under a permit from the Board for 'w
for the Hydraulic Departmtnt could not be used 4
Ulivering aerated water.
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TRImAn nEIARDUAN. nMAT. AUGUST 11. 1944


WORLD NEW M sA m


Um Lord




the m u near
Mayor of
IIP s nto what
1 beedesperate
|:5S at flying
tbOt Londoners
sympathy of
who
I'urwhat Inils-
means.
of London
Loadoners and
ar htaer towns
i M indomitalble
,th e BtaCdays.

tlrive

eOrne
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p are now being
mari and attic hid-
^( the mop-up near
IstII resisting
just west of
is no word that
Ahs been sprung
which *s also
br Anmid and guarded
lfansoore.
Sadcasth said an
trhas run into
aontfort-Le-Tro-
H w the ChartreF
U ifM, but acknow-
general Amerlc.n
Ulte Americans
Though there Is no
Fl ..A.e .f. how
?Ion, which extends
d the Loire, is In
k Fty miles up
Americans have
correspondent
American forces
Hsys the main
toops moved Into
yederday morning
kcmidous welcome
people. Scattered
collaboratorss are
u( p. Allied flags
8VW- Viiii house


i


..Amow-


W^ were thronged
gwer.fn them-
Mayorof Indian Troops
a& r prisoner In
Swiona few Spur Jap Retreat
liberation tui
|irtded a new KANDY, Ceylon. Aug. 10 (Beuter)
r d a new police -jIndian troops, backed up by
tagks and artillery, are purring
S000ll11it the Ger- the Japanese retreat from the In-
Slocal counter- dian state of Manipur along the
Little ground Tiddim Road. They are clearing
Sent to the Japanese rearguards from positions
t advance*. 12 miles from the Burma frontier
A the British where they have again tried to hold
VKre-Conde road, up the Allied advance.
F.0gW of Rodlours, Some of these rearguards In
dBurma itself, along the Japanese
l Steenm Reuter's line of retreat, are-belng repeatedly
ssdent, said to- attacked by Fourteenth Army
= naval vessels jungle columns at points all along
W reported to the 50-mile stretch of the road
harbours of from the frontier to Tiddim itself.
S t. presnuably In northern Burma, a further
attempt to five miles of the railway running
r ia.m pThtey from Mogaung to Mandalay have
ap a- t been brought under AlUlied control
dn tooph t with the capture of Taungye. This
rdown the place is about 16 miles from Mo-
i sio official gaung Itself.
of this develop- Lord Wavell, the Viceroy of In.
Sdia, has just made a three-day tour
Op Shoot of parts of Indla recently liberated,
and pinned medals on the chests of
Fourteenth Army officers and men
I.DOL at Impromptu little ceremonies in
TROOP St fields, Jungle clearings and by the
( AP), Oman roadside.
their own The paoce he visited included
osurrender as Iemphal, which witlhtood a Japan-
hand.to- ese siege for so long, and Kohima.
al St. Malo He told the troops: "You have
Sth rocky dealt the Japanese a terrific crack.
Srock You have not only inflicted a tre-.
ito fortress the mendous defeat on them, but even
M held out at 6 now are dlin a damaln blow
WINmd of fanatical to their morale.'
I-W. bitter veteran ---
'Te CommanderPolish Premier On Way
I determination to
r a similar siege Back To London
14a If the hopeless LONDON. Aug. 10 (Reuter)-
IJt.of all lhis men Mr. Mikolajczyk, the Polish Prime
pS-ca refugees and Minister, and his colleagues, who
Said that the have been meeting members of the
,deusions as a re- Polish Committee of National
W oiud received at Liberation left Moscow this morn-
11S4 embWered by Ing for Teheran. They will board
.Uwife and children I a British 'plane for the return
0-01g raid. flight to London.


S PUBLIC NOTICE

St. approval of the Officer Commanding the
W Local Defence Forces in Trinidad, the public
Blitified that, effective as from Midnight,
t* August, 1944, tests of the air raid Sirens will
OMut each Sunday only at 11.00 hours, the
/ tests being discontinued.
Rmtyhas also been given for the renewed use
I Government Vehicles such as Fire Engines
k,,ces.
Afr Raid" and "All Clear" signals remain
the former a warbling note of two minutes'
SUd the latter a steady note of two minutes'


I, ROBERT JOHNSTONE,
L _..... Commissioner of Civil Defence.
mmn~mI nnmmmm IRON
ptte War AMocilatlon of Trinidad
-, and Tobago

MY COUNTRY

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Si|H HONOUR OF TRINIDAD
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Track Ace George Lewis Wins 100-Yards

SIn Jesse Owens' Time In B.G.


U.S.-Britain

May Censure

Argentina
By NORMAN CARIGNAN
WASHINGTON, Aug. 10 (AP).-
Mr. Reward 8etttnius, US. Under-
retary of State, hinted today of
possible action by the United States
and Great Britain against Argea-
hina, for violation of Allied navlcwt
rules. The incident occurred when
the Farrell Government seized a
shipment of Swedish newsprint re-
cently, and distributed it to news-
papers. oaracterised as violently
antl-Alied and pro-Axis.
The subject came up before Wr.
Stettlnlus at a Pres conference,
and he was asked what this Coun-
try was planning to do. Mr. Stet-
tinius said the United States was
familiar with the whole situation,
which was quite involved and com-
plex, and was being given constant
and earnest attention.
Asked, "Is any thought given the
witholding of navicerts?" Mr. Stet-
tinius replied that It was too oon
to tell what tha United State pos-
ition would be. He said he thought
before long the State Department
would have something to say on
the subject.
In Mr. Hull's denunciation on
July 24 of Argentina, the Argentine
Oovernmenc's seizure of Swedish
newsprint was mentioned a indi-
cation of the Government's fav-
ouritism to Axis forces within the
country.
Declaring that the United States
does not want Fascism in $his
hemisphere, Mr. Stettinius said that
a joint declaration by Colombia
and Venesuela, refusing to recog-
nise Argentina was "further proof
of the unity of purpose and actIon
among the American republics." At
his news conference Mr. Stettinius
noted that the joint pledge be-
tween the two countries was not
to recognize the Farrell regime In
Argentina, but to support the Uni-
ted States and other American
countries In a common policy to-
ward Argentina. He said "the Joint
statement Involves not only Im-
mediate security for the hemis-
phere, but also the future solidarity
and well being of all free peoples in
the Americas."


1 4-Burner Electric Stove.
1 Large Mahogany Press.
1 New Singer Sewing
Machine (4 Drawers).
1 50-Egg Oil Incubator.
I Zeissikoa Ikoslex Camera
1 Roman Bath in perfect
condition.
1 Lawn Mower.
1 4' 6" Spring-filled
Mattress.
1 3' 6" Spring-filled
Mattress.
1 Columbia Electric
Gramophone
with Separate Loud
Speaker.
1-8 h.p. Ford Van in good
condition. (Tyres Good).
1 Morris Sedan 8 h.p. with
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GEOGEg LEWIS

Sugar Lady Wins
B.T.C. Handicap
Trinidad GuardlSia CorrOspeudrL
BRIDGETOWN, Aug. 10 (By
Cable)--Sugar Lady beat Glen-
eagle In the Barbados Turf Club
Handicap as the second day races
were run at the Garrison Savan-
nah today.
Colleen took the "0" class 51 fur-
longs, High Hat the "D" class 9
furlongs, while Belledune outran
the veteran Buccaneer in the "B"
class 9 furlongs.
Jockey Harris again rode three
winners, making his victories six
in ei.ht mounts.
Following are the results:-
Hastings Handicap--"F" 5i
Furlongs-I1 Tom, 2 Irish Eyes, 3
Telegram.
Two-year Old Creole Stakes 5t
Furlongs- 1 The Raspar, 2 Sun
Spot, 8 Sun Chariot.
Barbados Turf Club Handicap-
"A"-O Furlongs-1 Sugar Lady, 2
Gleneagle, 3 Popularity.
Half-Bred Creole Handicap-"G"
-7j Furlongs 1 Colleen, 2 Count
Cain, 3 Ringer.
fut4i Caribbean Stakes--"B"-
71 Furlongs-1 Belledune, 2 Buc-
caneer, 3 Popularity.
Juvenile Stakes-5i P Furlongs-1
Jeeves, 2 Sugar Daddy, 3 Front
Line.
Creole Handicap "D" I Fur-
longs-1 High Hat, 2 Sun Native,
3 April Eleventh.


Honorary Consul
Back From U.S.
Mr. J. H. Salvatorl, Honorary
Consul for France and president of
the local Committee of National
Liberation, returned t, Trinidad on
Wednesday from a three-month
trip to the United States. He visit.
ed New York and Washington
where he was In contact with the
different Franco-American organis-
ations and the envoys of the Pro-
visional Government headed by
General Charles de Gaulle.
At a special reception In New
York. Mr. Salvatori was the guest
of General de Gaulle during the
latter's official visit to the United
State. Well informed on the acti-
vities of the French Committee in
Trinidad, General de Gaulle asked
Mr. Salvatori to express his thanks
to Frenchmen here for their work
as well as to the people of Trinidad
for their sympathy for the cause
of France.



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Tridau Geada Spdcal Cwrespmndenlt
GODRGETOWN. Aug 9 (By Cable)--eorge Lewis, Trinidad
sprinter, equalled the world record for the 100 yards dash at the
British Ouina Olympiad second day, beating Jupiter of B.G. and
McDonald ailey. of Trinidad, In a timn of 9.4 seconds.
Bailey set up a West Indian re- 0- ,
cord for the 220 yards, covering
the distance in 21.2 seconds, with ham n l t
Lewis second and Jupiter third. ShalmlrI ck Be aFelt
P. o. Wflson. barbados-born
Trinidad representaUtive, won the 1
qure-mile int 49.5 seconds, a lVXIi- T 1 1
rih Guiana record which s W ith
one-tenth of a second outside his
Trinidad mark for the distance. 2nd H alf G oal
Carter was second and Harding
third. ---
Trinidad's Wilfred Tull captured Shamrock chalked up their sac-
+the half-mile In two minutes flat. ond victory in the T.A.F.A. First
with Wilson and another Trinidad league competition, beating Queen's
representative. Felix Harding, sec- Royal College XI -0 with a lone
ond and third, respectively, goal scored midway in the second
Majmie RamJohn helped Trin- session on the Association ground
dad make a clean sweep of the flat yesterday.
events, winning the three miles in McMillan, the Queen's Royal
IS minutes 43.5 seconds Tull was College custodian was the star of
second and Joseph third, the day, bringing off some bril-
The Trinidad team won the 880 liant saves, which earned him
yards relay In 1 minute 33 seconds. much applause from the crowd.
Mikey Fernandez, Trinidad cycle Shamrock went on the offen-
champion, won the half-mile "A" sive Immediately the sphere wr.s
class from Thomas O'Connor and centred off, and a Sakle Govia s
Laddie Lewis in 1.07.8. bullet from a Murray's header
The nine-mile cycle race ended nearly gave them the lead within
in a frac" with the crowd rushing two minutes of paisy. The bell
the field as Lewis, of B.G., fell. struck below the cross bar, and
The excited crowd alleged that bumped outside.
Chung threw down Games, causing Jean Rignault, Shamrock's left'
Lewis. apparently the B.G. hope, back was carried off the field in
to fall. The race was abandoned.
Darryngton Barlowe was admit- this session having sustained a
ted a patient to the hospital on leg injury. '
Tuesday, reported to be suffering Malcolm McLean took Rigault's
from Internal injuries. His con- place "and Wells came back to fill
dition last night was unchanged; left half position.
but he was stated to be in no Shamrock played all over their
danger, opponents in the first session, but
Sports Editor's note: George It was good defence and goal
Lewis' 100 yards time of 9.4 seconds keeping, that saw a goalless score
may no doubt be accepted as a at the interval.
new West Indian mark, but it will The Queen's Royal College out-
scarcely get recognition as the fit took the field at the resump-
equal of the world's record, by the tion, with determination and
Amateur Athletic authorities in Leacook, Clarke. Trestrail and
England or America. Judd, combined splendidly, and got
through the Shamrock's defence.
TODAY'S GAMES Shamrock shooting was poor.
Two Intermediate matches will Once Sakie Govi raised ahigh
be played this afternoon. They one to goal, but McMillan pusheci
Notre- Dame i Fleet Air Ann over the bar.
Notre Daome v .leet Air Arm, on This corner kick started the
2nd Class ground. Referee.: Mr. Shamrock goal fixture, left-winger
0. Raymond. Wells booted the sphere, and E.
SMaple v St. Mary's on new Murray barely turned the ball
ground. Referee: Mr. E. Yates. goalwards with a tame kick. The
Maple will play the following- ball crawled over the goal line,
H. Sealy; C. Turton. C. John; B. McMillsn saw it too late, and In a
Chee Mooke, V. Rooke. D. Cowie; last effort threw himself head
0. Joseph, I. Atherly, C. Burke, S. long to save it. but the ball was
De Silva, 0. Fenton. already over the line.
Ken Laughlin was the referee.
GOODWIN CUP FIXTURES The teams .-
Goodwin soccer league will open Q.R.C.--McMilIan: Rws Phil-
on Sunday with the following fix- lips; Rooks, C. Oopaul. Gammon;
tures: Judd. Leacock, M. Clarke, R. Tres-
'A' Division: -Craven v New trail and T. Bates (capt.).
Woodford; Essex v Triumph: Strol- SHAMROCK:--Scott 0. Jar-
lers v Lion Hearts; Spoilers v dine, J. Rlgnault; 0. Montes De
Fightingi69. Oca. L. Murray, M. McLean;
Division 'B': Portsmouth v Adiamira, E. Murray. S. Hamel
Rangers: Dover v Eton; 'Guardian' Smith.r GoviMuandy Well.
War Lords y He-mltage: Academy th ov nd M el
-a bye.
C.I.D. CALLING Transp rt
If James Hamble Perkins whose e
sister, COlestine Perkins Cox, re- Emergency Board
$"de* at I2 Quincy Street. Brook-
yn. New York, would call at the Tyres and Tubes are now issued
C.ID., Port-of-Spain, he would to Mbtor Trucks subject to the
hear something to his benefit. strict observation of the rates laid
OT CE down in the Goods Vehicles Rates
NOTICE Regulatlons 1944, and it Is notified
VACANCIES IN THE FOREST for the Information of the Public
DEPARTMENT that a conviction for a breach of
Applications are invited from these Regulations will auto-
candidates for the post of Forest matically result in the forfeiture
Guard In the Forest Department. of all tyres and tubes Issued to the
Candidates should be between the person so convicted.
ages of 18 and 26 years, of strong J. 0. GOLDIE.
physique and accustomed to an Secretary. Transport EmSer-
active outdoor life. A fair stand- agency Board.
ard of education, at least equiva- August 2. 1944.
lent to Seventh Standard, is re-
quired. Candidates will be re- Transport Emergency Board
quired to take a written examina-
tion based on the Forest Ordin-
ance the Crown Land Forest
Produce Rules, Elementary Silvi- RECAPPING OF
culture, Botany and Mathematics.
Successful candidates may be T E
required to serve In any part of TYRES
the Colony. The commencing
wage Is (1.04 per day plus tempor-
ary war allowance and uniform All registered motor vehicle
allowance. Senior Forest Guards owners desirous of having their
draw a monthly salary of $31.00 registered motor vehicle tyres re-
per month rising by annual in- capped must deal direct with any
crements of $3.00 to W40.00 per of the following firms:-
month, plus temporary war allow-
ance and uniform allowance. Messrs. CHAS. MeENEARNEY
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APPEAL NOTESN UrD. DAILY MAGAZINE A TO, 1Ag
P PAGOS mz 4aD AVAMU, 7XA,. AVGVW ,I N


Mother's Instinct Is Not. TODAY- LO = TODAY
SOf Trin d ContinuiD DYily at 4.56 W 8.45 TedAY GLOBE t
N Talk 91 Trmnida Infallible Every Time M-G-"s Rd Whit a Ws M I a Er
There-- ol toh s mo-ther- th A Whole A TO7M E YS TOP l
&'L ward Cim ard, attend ed the boxing &how at Dockitie Theatre o n There is an 11old arod o %tt-e vI sick Infsmt w ith extra p arm ants to
evening. ~~~~~~~~~~~saying on ur4aantpsiblitso am- o fT
bots bewen M. the Navy 1 h very well provided -ess and colw a c el
= were sw ev~ lbewen ... mothUJ.tydthat theish mother/ l erhas seltudied,P ~teand, Showadu Iodta So~slhtad 5O ING AN H
a the V. Armv. In fact, made It her business to find weal-vent s at clothlng ish meansdm 1 S FI
out the essential facts concerning WTH S BEST HiT ow
Antiuas St. t Vincent the welaerand well-being of h oa
o ~~wefr nri her-b wit loalltteons moe by correct ditf than by
A&`d d8t tts a.o wnrwm ats prum and, toeter Wit local little, oet kw IN HIS BESTto Widp h
der, are un.dergoing a oudr' trang course. one or two It Is well known that no newly-
"'thers are expected to arrive shortly from Barbados and Doinimca. born creature in so helpless as the =lacstIII the weather T
The course, which started on August 4. will end on AUgust 22. It human baby, and woman mater-
is In four SectionRs and at the end of the &at therhryirut were "At Home" nal instinlct is, of course, Nature|a t is a k fallacy that,
t the caM p wbers they ar staionr 't ^ outhteecrtive members atnd s strong protective device to uel for cil. thot co t wel- s-
*nctlon began at 4.30 p~m. with a training sesion showing Guides at as desertion and starvati ert doubt a o
work: at 71 oclock the guests had dinner, and from 8.15 to developed at at9 but the body obtain heat, andl <
4brswas a camp fire. ands litl ydolls= oteOUMJ&rfo
Among those who visited the camp during the afternoon and c little g1 Cb her dmaosrg ar
sr en in g w ere M r. a nd ) rs. R S i ne M a es or s, r. c i 5 th em In close I mia ta- a~ .etab les, d n a s w liere ooaE
and Mms. Trotmnan, Major and Mrs. Cooper. Mrs. Henry. Miss C. tio of what she sees real mothers ve s tnard livers-, root a
Miss S. Potter, Capt. and Mrs. Allen, Mrs. Masson, Dr. ad dotig for their offwhn --tt thei re s a n d ried fruits, preserving a L E
erls. u A dks i rs. Metasn Jiar., Miss M. Clark, Mrs. C. W B r i eh wve, w e il n balances of coughly h l m m c 0-
pltanerald, Miss E. Mills, Capt. and Mrs. Victor ardfOrd, Dr. tetll a stinct does not show Itself until fat as carbohydrates (starches and /il C lw K ..
Abldi. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Patrick, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Hitc s much later o, wim itt ca n e sa In the diet. k If I Fiw
l Do w Donald Ash. force quite dramatically often abnd then "i Prl d I
B rrs. Linds, Lra ut i .-Col. D ow ad M r. I h ofethe Ibirth of the first child, Goant Lieut no a w y o e tmyun wolh during the nursing p r o
= dMightful partyng atman the howd dug oTher not always know best. .e
MMR. and MRS. RK LOBO ve a delightful party at their her youth, never showed any real YunglM mothers find that the
ho, in cascade for Mrs. VI IMAngworth, who with her younger interest in dolls or other people's the alld oter mhnestinctman. e st t
daughter, BarbMra, is leaving shortly for a holiday in the United babies, then suddenly changes rom theher bcere astda Tes
as. O e its Played games, danced and had fun unti about t bored and grudging acceptance be o r of a hours, -Ba S A
t s tomher own child to yaetarn c d ,e fee s r ad ortI- lPiM
.m jlght, and a buffet supper wai served. wng odand h rs is h e r on r a a a u rat m k
Among those present were Mrs. M. Stoke, MrI. and Mrs. Jimmy protectve devotion. h I o ra -
Serk, Mr H. Agktntml, Miss Odette Crnimlliac, Miss Lucille Rostant, However this may be, fortunately Way of asseming.i h m
Lieut. Ells, Mr, and M rs .t S.utherland. Mr. Eri e H mnel-Smlth, In these modern times sensible wo- baby is cosm i.
men realise that the m t e n
M iss Hermilne Rostant, LifUt. L.rso.., Pvt. and M rs, Kenny J.am eson, Is to t theb m other in.
Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Lrnside. Miss Jlune Maingot, Mr. Sonny Long- stinct i not Infallible, or sVome mys- l eA .
worth, Mis Joyce Dear, MIs, p.onn tthn. MMsa, Barbara Longworth Mr. tic, heaven-sent guide to every mo- uit
Mark Conlvers, Mr. Gerald Lwis, CPul. Scolt. Mr. and Mrs. M. PlTm- ther for her child's welfare, and uiiet W eg ;10 a .h.r .
MakCnert, Mr~. Gerald Lew, T/. Robt. Greenwad,, Sgt. E. Freeman, the old tendecy to regard Nature Junel ALLYSO"
mer, as Infallible and believe that a girl OnJWednesda Jun-e ALLYSOs,
nd -- .who is Ignorant of every aspect of .
m othereraft can make a success Of All Saints' Church the weo Van JOHNSON 'GLODE A...?.- u-.8i.
SRANDOLPH wet h name, chosen by Mr. nd Mrs th*s vital job by instinct alone, s of a quiet wedding on Wednesday s I AToIh ETY ttn ariti s
Harold McCartney for their infant son, who was ,hrls.tened l .non as he holds her own baby morning, when Miss Phyllis Archi DR A E THE DESERT SONG-Extra: BE mDnd
Slunday morning .a tt. Patrick's Church. T1ie 1'od-par,'int, were MIss in her arms, is dying out. bald, the daughter of Mrs.Ft Ethel U uuRt B!oI' I lU'l^ l^Um lf h
irma and Mr. Joey Ferraril A double paTrty was held atterwards to By all means let us foster this Archibald and the late Mr. George 5J Jose IB ,TU nRB|I|n
Among tbls and tho e 30th birthday of Miss TrmA Frrari. useful mother instinct, but let us ArchibaldI and L ut. John Kerryur, llW lllihhiuilllMlllllllllllllllllilhlll f I f
Among those invited were: M r. find M rs. L. An~derson, M r. and recognise at tile. sam e tim t hat it, aNR. snd Lieut. Jo n d Kerry, M M I NM M II Ml // II
M. Mclndoe, irut. ad Mrs. sutherld, Lieut. and Mrs Goddard. is elly of little practical use, tin Kerry of Wmbldon. England er i *












"ftl c ^^0^ ^ ^*t^^^ /^Jl'm'^ *n To^J10^ I"ttidy "EM iR 8 RAL OYALYP S
Iand Mrs. p. MoCartney, Mr. Mand M r. D della R ia Mr. V.. Mr. W { less it goes hand-in-hand with joined in holy matrimony. ._ M tm.O A, [
dr Mrs 4.3 datuday Ron r.VM., es tge
d Mr. o. McCartney. Miss in Marquez, Miss ruline t olding, training and modern day science. The bride was given away hr M 0 The Whole Ser
osr Climes, Mr Jeff Laughlin, Mr. Charlie Sutherland, Mr. Every girl should have some uncle. Mr. J. Beckett Russell. of T hle O Il W
Mr.J Dnd Mr. We Kn Slls. Mr. kin ofntrinin mothercraft be I BaAker
ies, ai Rawle, Sgt. and Mrs Rice and Miss T. da Costa. equipped for marriage; st least, this After the ceremony, toasts werete ahi
I is the modern trend of thought, drunk to the young couple, who lei t THIS IS A TRUE STORY ... TDAY a 45 O r
1 Y. IHBHB BHBM 1 .'L~s ?u ANN r ^ MrT. EwNthltr d wa me about weeks' honeymoon, MORE i THA N hearts in a way
J" tev F. WN on tirs hild whom lef f ands in the fnr our younr abg girls W obtain auch M M n A ctiONE A IN TR
union recently with their other children, one of ehan i n one ir o young. "irI o.Otangrchtguy __in_
of the branches of the Canadian forces. td yining.m t FICTIONy 1
The Rev. Mr. Swasnn is expected to attend thf General Council Mother does not always know u a hi
andfl '; I, ..^^' 1"**- 1' J^^^^^^^^^ an a frequent' at fr SU~ iji The St-o rywi of th20 Yea,.,Ao S tret is , h^fAllfdwithup
the Un dt Church of Canadra, and before returning to Trinidad ist, and ho frequent example a of u the Family of the Year. A o
06 make a study tour of the social w welfare scivites in Can ada d a y 'S th- F O i of th e Y .
jaaia.* lrthin.. of young children, and ter,'" play by Mism Violet Crouch E.
tC:I8 'D.a.'pEi pat n hse hm e mo in the clothing of Ail- Royal Victoria institute, 8.30, 0i
an Monday everlinig for the birthday of her 8vstpr, Mis. Taylor z. __.___-_______n.WEIDFINLEL NOOAfAR
0. T. Hayes. the wife of N17itMr 'aE "S t '5 Arae
Tw orchestras were, engaged for th ,, ivenin one 'R,: Tbtllock's a r o g f a I
OW the other the Qo ijntebo 1),nminicano, anli s di,, I iritt him".' s5itpel --......
Was served Includilg a eake sOipidik'e a htr ('se The ;lII ,rty cnd- 68.. WVO61
41 at about 2 a m. .,,o t . r; ". .
Aniouig thcoP present. t kCi Mi.q J A. 113 rnm lod,,%,, .r liii' e. r Q W;orirlIt Que P~a~
1&. J. A. B3ermudez. Dr. and Mrs ('arins ~pvvaA., Mr. ,id ,rs li Mrrth a mai's Roh Cronby
Aristigueta. Mr. and Mrs. ,iir! F~alvtab l, I. Mi. and Mrs. !ain (iolti-e,
Umis Rosa. Miss Tvirasltd anld Mitss 0ritrlet ("Irstni miks jloaii Illig- .ir~mrir' XitI errr~r
6 Mis Juan Pr'nke. Mis .lmnet MW,'all. MP,. Dpltn F itwliham, '' i'rp,,ri! Atlbtrm -
Ulm Marjorie Millar. MIAR Merrede aid ,\I Nnrtih Perumiv, Mls ,j, ('6,m..y Ciraai Slh- Time
e r -ede d ad.i Ml: ,trIP 'l Tir pI'itil, in l .mrjj1 I , 7 7" "" '" 01,,1,,. .. lir, ime
lls Cecelia lDom'nguer, Mi's Ph.i sthvill,, YVMuk ( rr NilMr 7 S. =,,,' srr
Poy st. Mr. Dun. Mr. Dick tind Mr. Percy Illgulzis, M, r M i, e W, Vir
lve lc, Mr. rieki, TrestrAll, Mr. Vtinon Smniith, Mi. Hat l ( o IA(" rrnir Ir.1r-rt I I'"i. t R OYl-
Llesst. Paul Flynn.. Mr. and Mrs. Ge-orgo King, Mr. and Mrs 11. -i -i, -'Nows OrRtCOXeYe4.5ad3.5pm
13-09. Mm.. Grace Farah, Dr. Ivan S,'nir. Miss Stephanie Nnrman, :s aloiuht Hands -Today, 44 Tod at pm.
.' Olosaetti, 3.r. and Mrs. Paul PlImmer, Mr. Lany Tinker, and :30 World Affairs California Meirdig Hour of Carta REVEILLE WITH BEVERLY Today at3-a
W ioe -o VLUS115 -6. and The Whole
1 10 :0 t r UaI wor" .? New0 I News OMETHING TO SHOUT '.1'
MR. NM1. ID, DAVIES. of rontp-s brirv.hd a part', ar, :1 - flow at Htorne Catholic@ Houif ABOUT Di.
his bungalow at No. 4 Mesa on Snttlirriny last to celehraLe his 14 War 10 view .... Great e mujw Time W A I MmM
birthday. -E 'OYLE-M Y -sMAL G A I E IT Y- an- Felnl
Among the guestsrprsent were Mr Jim W3iion MNl, M,Ilv Vi,- ,00 ?ew$ li Ndte w NgDWARD RYAN.-WN CAMPBELL. JAMES gELL TOA, 5 and 830 and Over the Week-end-
:15 Trr be aflnmert e .. J l LVN GOt. IE'AII
V ., Mt- a VlaII Malnr rt. Mr N Stir r'ti1, ] i M II 'i ,. I k, : Wait. 10me I" ALVIN, GEORGE0FF[R-N,J. e
Isabel Grx, Mr. Prank 811th), r Mr IM' Nir s Nrvii rI I.. .... .' ,bre rei, LLOYD BACON mde,6vSAM JAFFE MiL O
M o nre. M r. De n |in id Sh l .i M t :'bes, M rS. i"OThiT. M i., W yi1 o, in- w -,r Inin -i P,.s1m w14i e r w tit b e ard atnir t from fI ., p ro. 'm '
Mr. UG eorey Maing .t. Mr of ruti V:rter. Mr. In M a m. ... .r WRUL, f.,e uring Vag. boei T 1.. "r ardi .. C"t t -C E X TRin : -"
find K- llalgelsh, Mr. owd Mr% NTth inMand'M,.
F.. .. .i l TIM ELY NEVER-TOLD-BEFORE -
--j 4 1!1 ,f ji UNDERGROUND REPORT
M4 1,A4 "'UT Film smuggled at the rink of des,.h out of Nazi Europewl a SATUR]DAY, JIM.Thle Who Se-a-WI.
ri rn I',i Another Scoop from the MARCH OF TIME. I hlHIIIIt IIIIIHIIIllllllH
00 TWE r NEQ, MONARCH PALACE-San Fernando RITOL YI .
NColA' T'I.ODAY 4.4 0.10 p.m. TODAY 445, L 3 "
New Ronmantic Indian Film Columbia's SPienational Double
SheikMukhtar Nalini Jayvant in INADR and John GARIED
SISTER OR BAHIN CONFESSION OF STON COMPLETE SERIAL Nan
rTmorrow rital 16 Reels of BLACKIE T
VALLEY OF VANISHING MEN THE LITTLE TOUGH GUYS e
DESPERATE CHANCE FOR Looking Ahead I Ipar ....
ELLERY QUEEN ;LeigA ed it~p
POINT FORTIN SEA Fred AST

SLOPDI MY DEART. a A 8 Tr A CAAME ERNM E M TODAY at 8.30 p.m. :IES
UI6TES LA1rTE, 6ER V" GIs AND I MAD MID *4 A CARLLGARNS TO Monster Indian Attraction 5 R
MilriiJTE'6 LATE. AQU ~~~~~~~ItEE ROING NOMS UK" NOT TURN OFiFMtia n N___________
THE G SPIE TARTIWGj 0 ~W.' IATIN t]_ _________
T O* MACG T} 1 UHINE, ./ S~ahli& Devi & Mutual In {"'
HUR-T-, '
,.-Forbidden Bride |I PRINcErss LON
witHI PN., more popuJlar Stars. I 't.. ...A TA'IODAY 4.45, 3* I ."

- ODA 4.., i pm. nneCRAWFORD, "''
'l' Tomorrow H. (I Wells' -Inl A Lovely Home- = Nekan EDDY, DIavSEiNs6
THE INVISIBLE AGENT_"
IT__ 'S HERE MG .
SHI PI G 1gaiow--4, 2rid Ave. kocoa e I VAD
Cascade--possession $,20 --O .nd -' -',U;,
L/] PSO] LT cot B~e ~ee, -{ .3~tIIUI I en LYON, An U
MWCThe A~ ~ ~I possession .. Best offer.' I -.umUUW
M~, s, ji 2~m 20 Alberto Street-.. -"I and IN ERE

A"'TRATA 0OT~FIU. 11 'O#4 wmuA I. lM 1 Sp ,.ain Mai. Juan ............Cheap. I -MJohnny WEISMULLER,
A-W)* HR ATTM 1'PI'd"rL ATT tTOz,'o s:0 ~tma-u. a to. m 9 tr, th Dara Chcp. J a OSULIVAN
ieieheee 7'a15 *. Qy 1 breem n trenoae d = ar-au in Starting Sunay
Stre'- Y-ut n e Pv 13 ni Pa ul EnREID --
THE BRITISH AND a' ..... uwst--Mini S In O., urm..
i, $.D St, oeet.
ALLI D ME CHA. 12 ld t Joese ph ... ... 1 3 IEiIIIIIIHIUIIHIIIIHIm I~lIIIIIIIUIImmH IINI ImHIIIImlImHIIIIIIIUIIIlI IIIII
NAVY., ,, ,,| ,@ CLB n Street- 5UUSa~lwmnrmninupnrmnln Ierahlnml

'. -.OF ALL THE U'NITED ID h u ..._NEW. Sa........


, .~ ~. ~ ~ ROAIDNS .a. $U TODAY at 4.45 and -
MV PLA 16 l, T. ANN'S ROAD p w"'5&830PMN-I OW
NOWO 4WT ILAC .11I.I,,L -IW i~, C s,.--J ", B A T A A N (R obert T a lo )
WXWWW 9.54tm ------ ..... .v and --
,. I tiCO I" ..... ASSIGNMENT IN BRI
Is.sere-Eg 100410 341010.110 (and AUX T)i W
Thursday, August 10 4 Vnms'e sklew (PlM AUMOT) ,
GLEE CLUB 1. A Newo eimaM
,aeant .......... sammla w --- --
8.3 4 p . 18. 4 B g Di v t-fI tI mlhII It-Hlif
iCme and jinj In singing N.--GT.0is open to1und.. E MPI1IE
-your favourite sona., take the ode of your --Pan m ~ er
Accommodation available for Tfl.JYN 51-0 TODAY at 1 & 848 pn.m-and eon Unltlug -.-
Merchant Navy Officers at Wisi -- No owlgatift AL 3 P.,
reasonable rates at the whatsoever,
S IRTR LOUIS GILMAN TEOMAU
S~ OMEWQIRLR GASLIGHT
aOh's CEto D T01 Charlotte s tewt S
C., e nts Hou se, S t. An a's 1 1'1tO N t
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----- w w 1


SALE


OF


PROPERTIES


FOR


ARREARS


OF


RATES


AND


CHARGES


PURSUANT to Section 11 of the RATES AND CHARGES RECOVERY ORDINANCE,



4pter 33 No. 8, NOTICE is hereby given that under and by virtue of a Warrant for sale under


| hand of the Mayor of the Port-of-Spain CITY COUNCIL, dated 10th August, 1944, the premises


teunder will be sold by Public AUCTION before the doors of the TOWN HALL, between the



urs of 2 and 3 p.m. on Friday the 8th day of September, 1944, save and except those of the said


emises in respect whereof there shall be paid to the Port-of-Spain CITY COUNCIL before such



le, the sums due and payable together with the Statutory Increase thereof and the proportionate


st of public advertisement.


IM"OMB yTREIT
MIH LA
lpate ...... 1943 36.

ma X Rate 1943 25.2
3A L. JAMES
I Plate ...... 1942 25.1
Rate ...... 1943 30.0
late .. 19423 12.0
to ...... 1942 16.2
BASSO
B. ewerag* 1942 2.0
09 JOHN
5LES
gS Carriage 19423 .
SAMPSON
ewerage 1942 X
PGZROUX
l'o Sewerage 1942 .5'

,,AG= LANK
RUDOLFO
l te ...... 1943 17.0c
SODE PRIffTAB
Water Rate 1942 4.8C
MOI-T LAAW
BIOW MONTH.


tat..-....194
El PLACE
DAVIS
...... 1I943
RA STREET

A
..... 1943
~' ATORFSTREET
frHARE-

Rate...... 1942
Atte ...... 1943
IFIL "EX"
pate .......1942
Ate ...... 1943
Rate ...... 1943
late...... 1942
te ...... 1943
~ Wete Rate 1942

11 t. M AIUELNZ STREET


I-Wlces .... 1943
M BYNOE
ato ...... 1943
MCMR STREET
05N3 BANPMjD
A* Rate ...... 1943
R GOMES
I Rate ...... 1943
PUA M.CARTHY
_j tt ..... M
tWC Oeupits 1941


POWA4 ...... 1943
4STLX STREET
TANNIs
PW- ate ...... 1
!yF~j GORDON ft
N

Slg ce .... 1943
W MODEST
[i es .... 1941
L NORVILLE
g _fte ...... 1943
tRSON
... 1M41
.. ... 1941
JACOB

Rate 1.. I
****e 1940
ae ...... 1940
S...... 1942
1943
T CROOKt3
;S . .. . 19 4 1



1946
....1942
... 1941
..... 14 I3
i ...... 1941





t o,..1901

...... low



?11


20.40

36.00
11.80
32.00


4.80
2.40
2.40
4.80
4.80
7A2
7.S8
7.82
3.26
16.32
14.32
19.20
9.60
9.60


3.18
3.18
UsO
160*
.I4
4.9
5.44
5.44
6.40
.11
'N


12 JOHN JOHNSON
House Rate ...... 1941
House Rate ........ ,942
House Rate ...... 1943
0 Water Rate ...... 1940
Water Rate ...... 1941
t0 Water Rate ...... 1942
16 IVY CORREIRA
50 House Rate ...... 1943
0 Bel. Imp. Rate .. 1942
)0 Water pRate ...... 1942

0 BANK HILL
6 LEO JOSEPH BASSO
6 House Rate ...... 1943
S Water Rate ...... 1942
o 10 ETHELBERT GRIER
House Rate ...... 1942
0 House Rate ...... 1943
Bel. Imp. Rate .. 1942
Water Rate ...... 1942
BAPTISTE LANE
0 1 MARY PAUL
House Rate ...... 1943
0 New Services .... 1940
CONSTANCE PHILLIPS
House Rate ...... 1943
0lc V. APHOY
New services .... 1943
S12b LOUtS BAPTISTE
0 House Rate ...... 1943

0 BARTON LANE
13 ENID DIAZ "EX',
House Rate ...... 1943
6a ORISHOON ALI BOCAS
House Rate ...... 1943
0 Bt LEONORA HUGHES
House Rate ...... 1943
S. GLADSTONE BRODIE
House Rate ...... 1943
12 BERNARD HUGHES
D House Rate ...... 1942
House Rate ...... 1943
Bel. Imp. Rate 1941
Bel. Imp. Rate .. 1942
Water Rate ...... 1941
Water Rate ...... 1942
S BASILON STREET
I ANN FREDERICK
H Hou.e Rate ...... 1941
House Rate ...... 1942
House Rate ...... 1943
E.D.R. Imp. Rate 1942
Water Rate ...... 1941
Water Rate ...... 1942
7 LETICIA LASTIQUE
House Rate ...... 1942
House Rate ...... 1943
Bel. Imp. Rate .. 1941
Water Rate ...... 1941
W & R Water .. 1941
W &R Water .. 1942
13 C. M. LASTIQUE
House Rate ...... 1942
House Rate ...... 1943
13a C. M. LASTIQUE
House Rate ...... 1942
House Rate ...... 194.3
13b C. M. LASTIQUE
House Rate ...... 1942
House Rate ...... 1943
19 C. M. LASTIQUE
House Rate ...... 1940
House Rate ...... 19441
House Rate ...... 1942
House Rate ...... 1943
New Services .... 1935 1
26b ERIC CHARLES
House Rate ...... 1939 1
House Rate ...... 1940 1
House Rate ...... 1941
House Rate ...... 1942
House Rate ...... 1943
E.D.R, Imp. Rate 1938
E.D.R. Imp. Rate 1939
E.D.R. Imp. Rate 1940
E.D.R, Imp. Rate 1941
E.D.R. Imp. Rate 1942
Water Rata ...... 1939
Water Rate ...... 1940
Water Rate ...... 1941
Water Rate ...... 1942
W & R Water .. 1941
40 THERESA M. AMAD
House Rate ...... 1943 1
42 ONELIA DUPONT
House Rate ...... 1943
BATH STREET
fa BENJAMIN GIBSON
House Rate ...... 1940 I
House Rate ...... 1941
House Rate ...... 1942
House Rate ...... 1943 6
Water Rate ...... 1939
Water Rate ...... 1940 2
Water Rate ...... 1941
W*ter Rate ...... 1943 1
7 1 B. SMART
HOUm Rate ... 19431
W J. F. CAMACHO
Cleaning Cestplt 194%2 1
WDFORD LANZ
It_ SAUEM BJONES
Blel. Imp. Rate .. 1942
Water Rate ...... 1942 1

S BELGRADE T... 14
xow ta *..,. 1 14


33 ROSALIE PRESCOTT
)5 House Rate ...... 1943 13.1
5 45 THOMASINE A.
) HILARTE
0 House Rate ...... 1942 13.(
in House Rate ...... 1943 15.4
0 Water Rate ...... 1942 7.1
51 WILLIAM PREVOST
0 House Rate ...... 1943 120
.4 New Services .... 1940 13.8
6 2 FANNIE. ASSAM
House Rate ...... 1938 58
House Rate ...... 1939 2.0
Hous,. Rate ...... 1940 2.0
House Rate ...... 1941 2.0
0 Hcuse Rate ...... 1942 2.0
3 House Rate ...... 1943 2.4
EDR. Imp. Rate 1938 .7
2 E.D.R. Imp. Rate 1939 .1
0 E.D.R. Imp. Rate 1940 .1
6 ED.R. Imp. Rate 1941 .1
& E.D.R. Imp. Rate 1942 .1
Water Rate ...... 1938 1.5
Water Rate ...... 1939 .6
Water Rate ...... 1940 .6
S Water Rate ...... 1941 .6
9 Water Rate ...... 1942 .6
S24 ETHEL SEALS
S House Rate ...... 1943 27.0
S28 CHRISTIANA
SAMUEL
S House Rate ...... 1941 5.1
S House Rate ...... 1942 5.1
S House Rate .... :.1943 6.0
48 D. & C. & R. MERRIN
& V. LEWIS
House Rate ...... 1943 18.0
S Water Rate ...... 1942 3.6C

3 BELLE EAU ROAD
S17 CHARLES SEMUNOAL
House Rate ...... 1943 18.00
39 CECILIA JEROME
House Rate ...... 1943 10.80
8 R. SAVARY
New Services .... 1939 17.34
12 JOSEPH SAVARY
House Rate ...... 1943 19.2(
16 JOHN CAVE
House Rate ...... 1943 6.00
BELMONT CIRCULAR ROAD
21 a GOOLOOSHUNU
MOHAMMED
W & R Water .. 1942 2.03
47 ANDREA B. L.
MOLLENTHIEL
Water Rate ...... 1942 16.80
47a IDA C. GEOFPPROY
& ORS
House Rate ...... 1943 21.80
BELMONT CIRCULAR ROAD
125 BENJAMIN HARE-
WOOD
Cleaning Cessplts 1941 650
139b LUBWORTH D.
PUNCH
W. & R. Water 1942 1.12
153a 0. T. RAYMOND
House Rate ...... 1943 24.00
155 GEORGE E. MC-
CLEAN
Hous' Rate ..... 1943 1800
157/159 VICTORIA A.
BAYLEY
House Rate ...... 1943 30.00
203 H.M. BAPTISTE
House Rate ...... 1943 14.40
205 H. W. BAPTISTE
House Rate ...... 1943 18.00
223a MATILDA DE
F'PREITAS
House Rate ...... 1943 7.20
233 DANIEL M. HAHN
W. & R. Sewerage 1942 1.50
235 DOROTHY J.
NAMSOO
Houss Rate ...... 1943 38.00
6 A. STEWART
House Rate ...... 1943 36.00
46b THOMAS W. A.
TAYLOR
House Rate ...... 1943 1320
Water Rate ...... 1942 2.64
5a FRANCIS 0.
House Rate ...... 1943 24.00
80 WILHELMINA
NURSE
House Rat ...... 1941 26.00
104 OSWALD I. ASsING
& ORS.
House Rate ...... 1942 9.30
House Rate (Prop) 1942 5.16
House Rate ...... 194 0.0o
Bel. Imp. Rate 1942 .54
Water Rate ...... 1942 100O
RBSSON STRET
2 JOHN NUNES
House Rate ...... 140 12.92
House Rat ...... 1941 12.92
House Rate ...... 1912 12.92
House R#a* ...... 1943 1S.2o
E.D.R. Imp. Rate 1939 .76
E.D.R. Imp. Rate 140 .76
E.D.R, Imp. Rate 1541 .76
E.D.R. Imp. Rate 11943 .9
Water Rat ......IN 6* 4
Water Rate ...... 1941 1
Water Rate .... 1. 1M
14 AMY RICHARDS
House Rate ...... 19043 l0

LACMTT LANE
f 'W W


A619 mu we me- U.


14.45
14.45
17.00
.85
3.40
3.40
11.22
13.20
.66
6.60
1.14
1.14
9.18
10.80
9.18
10.60
8.16
9.16
20.40
20.40
20.40
!4.00
15.62
12.24
12.24
1.02
1.02
1.20
1.44
.72
.72
.06
.06
6.48
6.48
.60
.60
1.06
0.20
4.80


amI


House Rate ...... 1943
90 Bel. Imp. Rate 1942
Water Rite ...... 1942
19 BOISSIERE LANE
T0 1 B. CONLIFF
House Rulate ...... 1943
Ne% Sertie's .... 1940
0 23 HENRY PLOW-
6 DEN
Hose Rate ...... 1940
5 House Rate ...... 1941
4 House Rate ...... 1942
4 House Rate ...... 1943
4 B1l. Imp. Rate 1940
4 Bel. Imp. Rate 1941
0 Bel. Imp. Rate 1942
8 Water Rate ...... 1940
2 Water Rate ...... 1941
2 Water Rat.e ...... 1912
2 New Services .... 1936
2 25 HENRY PLOW-
6 DEN
0 House Rate ...... 1940
0 House Rate ...... 1941
0 House Rate ...... 1942
House Rate ...... 1943
0 Bel. Imp. Rate 1940
Bee. Imp. Rete 1941
0 Bel. Imn. Rate 1942
Water Rate ...... 1940
Water Rate ...... 1941
0 Water Rate ...... 1912
0
0 BONAPARTE LANE
10 JULIA JOSEPH
B House Rate ...... 1943
S12 JULIA JOSEPH
House Rate ...... 1942
House Rate ...... 1943
BORE STREET
0 3 CUTHBERT RAMI-
REZ
0 Hous, Rate ...... 1943
3a ALBERT J. B.
4 FANCHE
House Rate ...... 1943
D
BRATHWAITE STREE12
S la JAMES H. FIELDS
Stock & Carriage 1940
23b WILHELMINA
NURSE
House Rate ...... 1943
1 MARY CHRISTIE
Hotse Rate .... 1943
14 H. W BRATHWAITE
House Rate ...... 1943
CADIZ ROAD
23 ANN M, BELAMY
Housi Rate ...... 19431
25 W. A. CHARLES
House Rate ..... 1913 '
37 H. 0. FERREIRA
IHouse Rate ...... 19431
Prop. House Rate 1942
Prop. Water Rate 1942
28 OLIVE T EVANS
House Rate ...... 1943
28a NATHANIEL J. PILE
Hlouwe Rat' ....... 1943
34 C MARTIN
House Rate ...... 1943
CALVARY HILL
1 MABEL AUSTIN
House Rate ...... 1943
lb GERTRUDE TULL
House Rate ...... 1943 1
3 EDWARD MARTINEAU
Horse Ma ...... 1942 1
Houlse at- .......1943 1
Water Rate ...... 1942
CARR LANE
3 AUGUSTA FORDE
Cessplits ........ 1940
House Rate ...... 1942
House Rate ...... 1943
CARR STREET
7 EDNA & ARCHI-
BALD HINDS
House Rate ...... 1943 1
15 EDWARD JOHNSON
House Rate ...... 1942 2
House Rate ...... 1943 A
Bel. Imp. Rate 1941
Bl. Imi. Rate 1942
Water Rate ...... 1941
Water Rate ...... 1942 1
4 EILEEN MAUD DUN
Eel. Imp. Rate 1942
I HILDA BLACK I
House Rate ..... 1942
House Rate ...... 1943
Water Rate ..... 19422
CAZABON LANE
I CARMELITE S'IOI4E
House Rate ..... 1943 1
19a M. HU-.'INS
House Rat. ..... 1943 2
Water Rate ... 1942 10
12 MATILDA MARCELLE
House Rate ..... 41 8
House Rate ... 1943
House Rate ..... 1943
Bel. Imp. Rate 1941
Bel. imp. Rat .. 1942
Water Rate .... 1941 1
Water Rate ....1942
CEARLES STREET
X J. A. PPROOOP
MUM "eatse ..... 15 s


2040
6:A8


27.60


5..


25a J. A. PROCOPE
House Rate ..... 1943 3000
CHARLOTTE STREET
.9 ACt'L'ST4 LEWIS
Mtter'd SUpplies 1942 137.38 1
MetPl'ed Siuppl s
to ...... 30 6 1943 5999
Ho-,0 Rate ..... 1941 73951
Hou,, Rate *..... 1942 7395
HouyP Rlate( .... 1t43 87 00
Sevtrage Ra' 1942 3480
37 JUAN A. ANTONI
House Rate ... 1943 66.80
2' t I.CY THOMAS
W. A- R. Sev.r-eage 19:'7 1.00
W ,. R. Sem'rage 1938 1 75i
WV R. S.'werape 19-39 225S
VW & R St-Swerage 1940 43 40
House Rate ..... 1942 408o
Housp Rate .... 1943 4800
47 ROSE S. TARDIEU
W. & R, Water 1942 .62
65 MARGARET BURNS
W. & R. Sewerage 1941 .50
71 J. N. DENNIS
House Rate ..... 1943 19.20
73 FELIX GRIFFITH
House Rate ... 1943 54,60
85 85a JCHN L. CHARBONNE
House Rate .. 1943 51.80
129 MARIE MeSIIINE
Stock & Carriage 1942 2 16
153 TRINIDAD rO-OPEIATIVE
BANK LTD.
House Rate ..... 1943 33.60
28 ALPHONSINA MARTUOCI
House Rate .. 1943 163.40 1
62 DAVID N. NOEL
House Rate ..... 1943 55.30


CHINETTE ALLEY
3a L. NURSE
E.DR. Imp. Rate 1941
E.DR, Imp. Rate 1942
Water Rate ..... 1941
Water Rate ..... 1942
8 EDWIN A. NICHOLSON
House Rate ..... 1943


('IPRIANI BOULEVARD
47 LILIAN ARNOLD
House Rate ..... 1:3 51.00
57 JAMES R. & SARAH SINA-
NAN
House Rate ..... 1942 11-05
HCusi Rate ..... 1943 9840
Prp. Waiter Rate 1942 21.35

CLEAVER I.AYE
1 AUGUSTA COX
House Rate ..... 1940 11.22
House Rate ..... 1941 11.22
House Rate ..... 1942 11 22
House Rate ..... 1943 12920
.D.R. Imp. Rate 1934 138
*E.D.R. Imp. Rate 1939 .66
E.D.R. I p. Rate 19440 6
E D.R. Imp Rate 1941 .66
E.D.R. Imp. Rate 1942 .66
VWater Rate ..... 1938 2.76
Water Rate ..... 1939 198
Water Rate ..... 1940 1.98
Water Rate ..... 1941 2.64
Water Rate ..... 1942 264
3 LETITIA PETERS
House Rate ..... 1940 4.08
House Rate .... l41 408
House Rate ..... 1942 4.08
House Rate ..... 1943 4.80
E.DR. Imp. Rate 19.49 .24
E.D.R. Imp. Rate 1940 .24
E.D.R. Imp. Rate 1941 .24
EDR. Imp. Rate 1942 .24
11 GEORGE DUBLIN
House Rate ..... 1943 7.20
CLEGHORN LANE
6 VIRGINIA P. GERMAIN &
JOSEPHINE MITCHELL
CLIFFORD STREET
6 GEORGE A. BYAM
House Rate ..... 1943 30.00
CLIFTON HILL
4 A. L. ROBERTS
House Rate ..... 1942 20.213
House Rate ..... 1943 2.80
Water Rate .... 1942 11f
E.D.R. Drip. Rate 1941 1.19
EDR. Imp. Rate 1942 1.19
12 S. TELDMAQUE
House Rate ..... M3 8.0
ED.R. Imp. Rate 1942 .43
16 AMELIA EDWARDS
House Rate ..... 3 1220
19 FRANCIS JOSEPH
House Rate ..... 1945 8.40
32o ODDIS Ri3ROOK
now Rate ..... tM3 10
39o En= 4 AOUSTL-8S
How. Rate .... 1M3 7.20
40 PETUR JOSEPH
House Rate ..... 1942 1M
.D.R. np. ;...1M3 42
Water a ..... 1M3 40
House R3t2 ... 394 23.
41a L. ORNE
House ate..... 1 '1.20
JOHN UMPRO.
Rate 11.40
0"I 0w RA 173
wtw |-tmi **'*< 1MB &


59a RAMBINARINE
House Ratp ..... 1942 289
House Rale ..... 1943 340
Watt'. Rsltr ..... 1941 .68
Water Hate .... 1942 .68
EDlR, Imp. Rate 1941 .17
F ) R. Imp Rate 1042 .17
61 REATRICE BODWIN
loilm e Ratle ..... 1943 940
Water Rate .... 1941 192
Water Rait,. ..... 1942 18I
61a JOHN FREDERICK
House Rate ..... 1941 5.10
Hoie .Rate ..... 10C42 425
HoSe Rate ..... 1943 5.00
E.D.R.I p. Rate 1941 .30
4tD.rI Yp. Rate 1942 .25
,t Rate ..... 1942 100
63 ALLAN ALEXANDER
House Rate ..... 1943 5.40I
70 HECTOR & CLARA PAUL
HoIu.se Ra.te ..... 1'40 952
House Rae ..... 1941 9.52)
House Rate ..... 1942 9.52
House Rate .... 1943 11.20
E.D.R. Imp. Rate 1940 .56
E.DR. Imp. Rat 1941 .5f
EDR. Imp. Rate 1942 .J
Water Rate ..... 1940 .24
Water Rate ..... 1941 .24
Water Rate ..... 1942 .24
102 ALBERTHA WILSON
House Rate ..... 1942 9.18
House Rate ..... 1943 10.80
E.DR. Imp. Rate 1941 .40
EDR. Imp. Rate 1942 .54
Watrr Rate ..... 1941 1.60
Water Rate ..... 1942 2.16
114 ELIZA PETERS
Hcuse Rate ..... 1939 19.18
House Rate ..... 1940 9.18
House Rate ..... 1941 9.18
House Ratp ..... 1942 8.67
House Rate ..... 1943 10.20
18 DAISY THOMAS
House Rate ..... 1939 6.16
House Rate ..... 1940 8.18
Hou.. Ratp ..... 1041 8t 16
House Rate ..... 1942 901
House Rate ..... 1943 10.60
19 PHILLIP PETERS
House Rat, ..... 1940 18 19
House Rate ..... 1941 18.5.3
House Rate ..... 1942 18.53
House Rate ..... 1943 11.80
E DR. Imp Rate 1940 1.0
EDR. Imp. Rate 1041. 1.09
E".R. Imp Rata 1943 1.09
Water Rate ..... 1941 4.31
Water Rate .... 1942 4.36
20 ANN FREDERICK
House Rate ..... 1937 4.80
Holtse Rate ..... 1938 480
House Rate ..... 1939 5.44
House Rate ..... 1940 544
House Rapte ..... 1941 544
House Rate ..... 1942 5.44
Hottte Rate .... 1943 86401
12, ANN FREDERICK
House Rate .... 1936 4.51)
Houise Rate ..... 1937 4.50
House Rate ..... 1938 4.50
Honi., Rate ..... 1939 5.10
Hlou;s Rate ..... 1940 5.27
House Rate ..... 1941 527
Hotil'q Rate ..... 1942 527
Hcu,,se Rate ..... 1943 46.20
26 E NICHOLSON
Hou.se Rate ..... 1943 1020
Water Rte ..... 1942 204
10 DARNLEY FI'ITZ HERBERT
House Rate ..... 1943 12.80
t10 ANNELLA GARRIEN
Hotis' Rale .... 1943 920
12 NATHANIEL BRADSHAW
House Rate ..... 1940 5.27
House Rate ..... 1941 527
House Rate ..... 1942 5.10
House Rate ..... 1943 600
EDR. Imp. Rate 1942 .30
Water Rate ..... 1936 1.24
Water Rata ..... 1937 1.24
Water Rate ..... 1938 1.24
Water Rate ..... 1939 .93
Water Rate .... 1940 .93
Water Rate ... 1941 1.24
Water Rate ..... 1942 1.20
3 ANNE C. MISSIT1
House Rate ..... 135 9.37
House Ratp ..... 128 937
House Rate ..... 1I7 9.45
House Rate ..... 103 9.15
House Rate ..... 139 .67
House Rate ..... 1940 A7
House Rate ..... 9141 347
House Rate ..... S. 07
House Rate ..... 143 SO.20
Water Rat, ....1. 2.4
7 NATHANIEL BRADSHAW
Houe Rate ..... 140 34
House Rate ..... 1941 3.74
House Rate ..... 142 3.74
House Rat 190 3.40
Water Rate ..... 193 1 60
Water Rate ..... 3t 1.80
Water Rate ..... 193 1.16
Water Rate ..... 1339 .87
Water Rate ..... 1940 .
Water Rate ..... 1M1 3:
Waitr Rate 142..... 8
EDR. Dno. Rate I2 .
$0 FU APf TIMOTHY 1
House Rate .... 1941 4.M
I Ra J. 800KOO
House Rate ... 1942 its0
U
IS
a T 1O0M3
A R o te. ..... 1*
MO ate ..... N M3
oA e W O O- 1Ml Mal1,
wii "- a^ ,S 1 IN


Water Rate ..... 1942 1380
Prop. Water Rate 1941 140
11 OLYMPIA SMALL
House Rate ..... 1043 19.40
17 CHRISTINA SERRANEAU
House Rate ..... 1941 11.58
House Rate ..... 1942 1105
House Rate ..... 1943 131X)
Wal( .- Rate ..... 1940 6 12
Water Rato ..... 1941 680
Water Raie ..... 1942 850
W. & R. Water .. 1942 159
27 RAYMOND ANNISEI'TE
House Rate ..... 1941 119
House Rait ..... 1942 l1i
House Rate ,.. 1943 1 40
S' It? Imp. Rat 1941 .07
EDR. Imp Rate 07
Water Rate ..... 1941 .668
Water Rala. .... 1942 .66
33 ALPIONSO PINCO
House Rat, ..... 1942 731
Hou..e Rate .... 1943 860
E.DR. Imp. Rate 1942 43
Water Rate ..... 141 430
Water Rate ..... 1942 4.30
W. & R Water .. 1939 1.04
49 MADE HOWELL
House Rat ..... 1942 1241
Housp Rate ..... 19,43 14.60
38 0 R ANISETTE
H ,u, ate ..... 1941 8I67
House Rate ..... 1942 8.67
Hou.s Ra', .... 1943 1020
E.DR Imp Rate 1942 .51
Water Ra;,e ..... 1941 5.10
Water Rate ..... 1942 5.10

CODRINGTON STREET
I TRUSTErES: ESTATE O1 LIO
SOOYEE
House Rate ..... !t943 11
9 ARTHUR L. & M. TEAGUE
HouP Rate .... 1943 20.40
12 EDWIN HAMILTON
House Rate ..... 1943 11,00
DARCEI'L LANE
9 EUDORA MITCHELL
Sewer'age Instal-
ment ...... 1913 2861
13 EDITH ROBINSON
Hontsp Rate . 1943 3020
14. HELEN FORI)K
House Rate ..... 143 23.60


DAVIS STREET
3 FEDALIA FRANCIS
House Rate ..... 1943
i JOHN OIULLARD
House Rate .... 1943
7 ALBERT TELEMAQUE
Houe Rate ..... 1943
13 VIOLA OVERTON
House Rate ... 1943
15a 0. BIRCH
Hc use Rate ..... 1943
37 FRANCIS BAPTI1STE
Hotlse Rate ..... 1943
4 ELSIE TYLER BEST
House Rate ... 1943
6 BEATRICE REMY
House Rate ..... 1943

DENNIS STREET
6a JAMES R DELPESH
House Rate ..... 1943
House Rate ...... 1942
Bel. Imp. Rate .. 1942
Water Raie ..... 1942
DERE STREET
7 A. A DE QUINTERO
W. & R. Sewerage 1942


3.60
13.40
18.80
120
7.20
10.20
10.20
12.A0


DUKE STREET
JOSEPH B MOORE
House Rate ..... 1943 10.00
Water Rate ..... 1M42 30
W. & R. Sewerage 1936 .
W. & R. Sewerage 1938 A
ALBERT ELLIS
House Rate ..... 1943 40.A0
HILTON M. BOMPARTE
House Rate ..... 1 3.
House Rate ..... 1941
House Rate .....12
House Rate ..... In 3
.-DR. Imp. Rate 139
3.D.R Imp. Rate
(Prop.) ..... 139 .45
.D.R. Imp. Rate m0 1.19
E.D.R, Imp. Rat 141 1.19
E.DR. Imp. Rate ll43 127
Water Rate..... 19 1
Water Rate (Prop) 1939 1.9
Water Rate ..... M 10.71
Water Rate ..... 141 11.0
Water Rate ..... 12370
Now Services .... ism


House Rate ..... 1941 46.
Sewerage Rate .. 1943 33
Water Rate ..... 94 i0
DUNCAN STRT
56 SAKINA
House Rate ..... 943
Water Rate I..... 1
W. & R. Water .. IM 1 2.40
66 VEXILLA MOISE
House Ratp ..... 194 6 1*
76 MDWIN NICHOLSON
House Rate ..... 1941 M.
80 BATOOLAN
W. & R. Water ..1 t9l 2
52 JOHN DE SILVA
House Rate ..... 4
Mtcered Suppl6ies 4 M 7
M'tered Supplies
to ....... 30//194 10.74


DUNDONALD STREET
55 S. A. WALK!
House Rate ..... Msu
18 MARY WATSft
House Rate ..... I 3oM
20 SOPHIA WILLIAMS
House Rate .... 1 4A*
24,/268 ROBERT DR PU AS
House Rate ..... 1943 4#.O1
Stock & Carrtage 1942 1.0
68 APOLINA TROJA i
OTHERS
House Rate 1..... 30,80
House Rate ..... 1942 3.00
Sewera e Rat* .. 1943 14.40
Water Rate ..... 1942 U36
EDWARD STREET
7a OEOROG MARFOI
House Rate ..... 1 0
93 GASTON JOHNSTON
House Rate M ..... 1936
97 ELUZABT4I R. VZEMRA
House Rate ....... 1941 :
101 HIUOH K. OW4IVIMRR i
House Rate 1..... 1
127 CECILh BAUTIEN
House Rate .....1941 18l
Housa Rate ..... 1943 1I
Hou&3 Rate ..... M
Sewerage Rate 1941
Sewerage Rat* .O 143 9
Water Rat ..... ,M
Water Rate ..... 194 o
W. & H. Water .1943
129 CECIL BASTIEN
House Rate ..... 1941 S
House Rate .....1942 1
House Rate .....
Sewers Rate .M Ul 1 l
Sewerage Rate. Ut4 KM
Water RaL 1.... .
Water Rate ..... 19 4
W. & B. Water 1M U
W. lR. f ewerae 1941 i
Stock & Carrlage i941 t1.
Stock d. Carriage 143 .73
36 JOSEPH ORNELLAS ROoRIw
GUEZ
House Rate ..... 1M1 3I
36a JOSEPH ORNELLAS8 RODS!.
Guzz
House Rate ....1943 &*
W. A R. Sewerage 1M .15
30 V. A. RICHARDSON
W. & R. Sewerage MI M
90 H. ARCHIBALD DAVID
Hous tte ...... 1943
I14a CYRIL OI7 S
Metered Supplies 1M M W
KRTfIG LOAD
17a ELIZABETH AHOW
House Rate ..... 1M4 3
190 JOSUPE C. JORDAN
House Rate .... 1.M1 Mi
33 A. MONTSRMN
House Rate ..... 1M4 96w
39 WILLIAM A. OAm%
House Rate ..1M 3.46
Water S .s ..... 1
41 J. D. O UTO



4/16/182 oY 0.

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20OLTIM OT T
Watw Mftt .....




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*ffSC~f~i.1.
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RA0 UAUMAW. oWAT. Avg= m. U


LIST


OF PROPERTIES


-- Continued


*41


0 VAULL LAMB
: ADA2S





^yO100 rLC

fMWR 8. .. W 1
Smte ..... 1943
M2 RLiAM


E Rate ... 1943
NSu gate ..... 1948
1',
!VORS=T PIACE

P-KY
.AG 19433
11H& WUFRED


17*J
0.00
8.12
10.00


8111
.78
13.J0
1.40
IJO


Isias* ... 1948 9.60
31W.... &. ,9
6oftAms XTRET
W~j Rto....190319.20

IEUBICK STRET
DnTWNme RODRIOUEZ
lm RV *.... 19m3 4810
#W3Mmm munx
CFi lLS N. HOWELL
il Rate ... 190 3 14.40
IAANIEL ROGERS
Rate .... 1943 720
,Im. p. Rat. 1940 6
IK mp. nate 1941 .,i
X .. Imp Rate 1942 36

+ fAUStTT LANE
It ATKINS
M RAte ...... 1943 16.40

'^'"ORGE STREET
CARMICHAEL
Rate...... 1943 29.40
LLUGEIUN
Swera 1941 JO
mSWerae 1942 1.00
A NICHOLSON
1943 51.40
S...a 1948 19.20

S r.. 1048 .30
Sewerae 1942 6.00


Q LODGE ROAD
MARRPAY
te ..... 1942
fS p. ~RteW .. 1042
3m Rate ..... 1943
Rat 19 1342
e Rae .... 19.
ASTAS ROMANY
SRate ...... 1942
jI e Rat ..... 1943
*iter Rate ..... 1941
WIter Rate ...... 1942
A&VISTA OLLIVIYRR E
Rat ..... 1943
A. (IROOKS
Rate .. .. 1043
r Rate ..... 1041
far Rate ..... 1942
mp. Rate .. 1920
Imp. Rat* .. 1940
imp. Rate ... 1941



MmU it ...1941
Rate.. 1043
too'
UVS?....9IN
JDf ARXXR
Rate ..... 1913


Imp. Rte ,,1942
u service .... 109s
BWARD) ANDUON
A ORB
ltm t ..... 1940
Roue Rate ..... 1941
ose Rat e ..... 1943
. imp. R.ate .. 1940
SImp. Rate .. 1941
I, mp. Rat .. 1942
.M .Rate .. 1943
too 1940
tR ..... 1941
Rate ..... 1942




REEE
leesptta 1040
SCOeMpttU 1941
.Wate .. 1940
W. ft R. Water.. 1941
W. & R Water 1942

r WCXRUT"E
bt"Mo Rate ..... 194 1


12.24
3.00
7.20
.72
10.X0
12.711
1500
'1.1"
7.M
18.00
.00

S00
.60
.ro
.60
.90


TO
9.0
.80
22.10
28.5M


208
306
306
360
.14
.Ifl
.1,
.1H
60
72
.72
430
200
135
1 14
1.59 1
10.0 1


4 OONZAIZI EAST
I&TRANTEL DOURNi
O Rate ..... 1043 150
KHAMOI ?4MI7wTlY
Rou Rat ..... 1043 2.40
BBWOANTE
IoWe Rate ..... 1941 4-(
SRate .... 1043 240
el. mp Rate .. 1941 .24
I lm Rate .. 1042 12
Rate ..... 1941 .14
WAWr Rate .... 1942 .34
THE OWNER
SRate ..... 1043 1 20

OGSWZALES STREET
I EZER CLARKE
use Rate ..... 1943 7.80
%*ILES & I. ALEXANDER
House att ..... 1942 9.0
1oue Rate ..... 1943 11.40
WR. Imp Rate 1042 .57
W r Rat .... 1940 5.13
ftter Rate ..... 1941 5.70
Water Rate .... 1942 8.70
Po Water 8er-
S Rate. ...... 1939 .57
New Services .... 1940 692
X. NTLES
HOUM Rate ..... 1941 952
oe Rate ..... 1942 9.52
se t, ..... 1943 11.20
> rmp. Rate ,. 1941 ." 6
f. ,mp. Rate .. 1942 L
W atr Rate .... 1942 2.24
IVW JACK
Rat .... 142 .72
.I.: p Rat 1942 .18
ELLATUWNAN
Rate ..... 1042 12
Rate 1943 1.20
. Imp. Rate .. 1942 .06
Wktr Rate ..... 1942 60

AONZALZ5 WILL
Awbot"S
lbMU Rate ..... 1.41 2.40
A C. LOVELM
te ..... 1943 13.00
AM JHrNOO
Rate ..... 1942 1.02
S..... 1943 1.20
R ate .. 1641 -M
o .:teA.t 16"2 .08
to ..... 1640 .241
AW ..... 11 .24
M - M.0
R4 ... 14 7.40
I ibNAUC8 nEUACS


S.... 1940 20.0
.... 141 2.44
19 1942 12.44
so41 13.40
,, 1340 1.11
103
w in
... I t $3.8
.. ll 1.20
,IsIjs


38 WWI=TAIA UdO
mOeM Rate ..... 190 8.I0
House Rates.....340 0 U
601"N30 S15E
TRINIDAD OOCWATIVE
BANK LTD.
House Rate 4..... 14 21.6
RAYLYN PLACE
11 O3RO0 A. RAILY
House Ra ...e 1943 3.0
12 L. 00 1XTOWTAINT

House Rate ..... 1941 42.0
HARME PLACE


I 2. C. MARX
HoWe Rate ..... 104 10.20
a T. ORrIVEL
House Rate..... 1941 1U S
ft T. I. CHEVUJX
HOUN Rate ..... 1is4 10J0
9b JAMIS JEAN PIERR
House Rate 1..... 19 8.87
House Rate ..... 1040 8.67
HOuse Rate ..... 1941 1.67
HOUse Rate ..... 1942 8.61
House Rate ..... 1942 10.20
E.D.R. Imp. Rate 1942 MI
Water Rate ..... 1942 2.04
Soe FAROML ALl A MOHAM-
MWD ALI
House Rate ..... 1942 4.59
House Rate ..... 1943 b.40
ED.R. Imp. Rate 1942 .27
Water Rate ..... 1942 1.08
10 ANN FREDERICK
House Rate ..... 191 799
House Rate ..... 1942 7.99
House Rate ..... 1043 9,40
E.D.R. imp. Rate 1941 .47
ED.R, Imp, Rate :s%2 .47
Water Rate ..... 1941 1.88
Water Rate .... 1942 1.88
10a ANN FREDERICK
House Rate ..... 1940 1..75
House Rate ..... 1941 1275
House Rate ..... 1942 12.75
Houe Rate ..... 1043 15.00
E.D.R. Imp. Rate 1941 .75
B.D.R. Imp. Rate 1942 .75
Water Rate ..... 1941 3.00
Water Rate ..... 1942 3.00
22 OCTAVTA RILEY & ORaS
House Rate ..... 1943 16.'0
Ia WILFRE A. TODD
House Rate ..... 1943 14.20
N OCTAVIA RILEY & ORB.
House Rate ..... 1943 10.80
E.D.R. imp. Rate 1942 .69
Water Rate ..... 1942 2.76
23a P. FERNANDEZ & N. D.
FEVUOK
House Rate ..... 104 11.00
94 EDWIN WILLIAMS
House Rate ..... 1943 600
HARPER LANE
4 EVALINE ORIFMITH
House Rate ..... 1943 180
I OEOROE BELORAVE
Houe. Rate ..... 19413 540
10 ELIZABETH & LORE'rrA
ORImITH
Hnuse Rate V 1943 e.oo
14 JOSEPH DAVIS
House Rat ...... 1941 8,50
H'O r Rate. ..... 1942 8.50
Hnuse Rat .... 1943 1000
Water Rate .... 1941 .24
Water Rate .... 1042 200
Bel. Imp. Rat 1941 .5%
Belt, Imp. Rate 1942 .50
HARVEIY STREET
4 JOHM L. CHARBONNE
House Rat ..... 194 27.00
RAYTR STREET
10 L. ,( HANNAYS
House Rate ..... 1943 66.00
Waiter Rate ..... 1942 4320
Sewerage Rate .. 1942 28.40
HRKNGIOE LANE
i r T. V KELI.TY
Hnuse Rate . 1943 .80
14 S ,TELA A. KIELY
Houe Rate ..... 194.1 .60

HENRY STREET
27 (1 P. de CASADO
W. & R, Water .. 1942 1.63
8 LUCY THOMAS
IHouse Rat ..... 1942 55.93
House Rate ..... 1943 65.80
04 HUGH K. OLLIVIERRE
House Rate ..... 1943 43.40
I TRINIDAD OO-OPERATIVE
RANK LTD.
House Rate ..... 1943 1.20
W. & R. Water .. 1942 2.31
HERMITAGE ROAD


21 JAB. LOV0ILL
House Rate ..... 1940
House Rate ..... 1941
House Rate ..... 1942
House Rate ..... 1943
Bel. Imp. Rate .. 1940
Bel. Imp. Rate .. 1041
Bel. Imp. Rates 1942
Water Rate ..... 1940
Water Rate ..... 1941
Water Rate ..... 1942
Sook & Carriage 1941
Stock Carriage 1042
W. & Water .... 1940
35 A. R. ROBERTS
House Rate ..... 194 3
2 IDENIZIR CLARKE
House Rate ..... 1943
62 TRUSTEES ESTATE OF
JOHN GOOMES
House Rate ..... 1941
House Rate ..... 1942V
House Rate ..... 1943
Bel. Imp. Rate. 1941
Bel. Imp. Rate .. 1942
Water Rate ..... 1941
Water Rate ..... 1942

HUBERT LANE
4 ROI FLETCHMAN
House Rate ..... 1942
Prop. House Rate 1942
House Rate .... 1943
Bel. Imp. Rae .. 1042
Water Rate ..... 1942


11.75
11.73
11.73
1380
.69
.69
.69
8.21
6.90
6.90
.72
.36
129
12,40
12.00


INDUSTRY LANK
?9 JOSEPH N. SMITH
House Rate 1940 5.10
House Rate ..... 1941 $.10
House Rate ..... 1942 8.10
House Rate ..... 1943 6.00
Water Rate 1041 1.00
Water Rate..... 1942 3,00
41 JOSEPH LKAOOOK
House Rate ..... 1943 19.20
12 AOATHA & MASIN BRANKZR
A IDA LIOGRISH
House Rate ..... 14 13.70

IRVING LANZ

NOUN Rate ..... 1943 11.2
8 LIONEL CONUIPE
House Rate ..... 1941 8.00
Howu Rate (Prop) 1043 24.00

JACKOON HILL
0 H=4RY NT. CYR
HomUe RPate .....14 10 J
ft OAI JMN1 T. OYR
HoW ftte ..... 64M IUJO
10 KUUAH THOVAM
HOM Rate ..... 104I
SRae A ..... 1943 1 10
Water Rate ..... t941 9.10
Nte m wa w .... 194 uJ


WARD WAWMOW
Ho ftte ..... 142l 112
MoUNe Rate ..... 141 11.4
i.DJ. Imp. Rate 1041 A
IDat. ip. Rate 19423.. .7
Water Rat ..... 141 2.08
Water Rate ..... 194 3 2
JACKSON PLACE
L D. LYONS
Houn Rate ..... 1943 1930
H. 8. CHAMBERS & OR-
House Rate ..... 194 8.11
House Rate ..... 1948 9.0
Water Rate ..... 1940 4.14
Water Rate ..... 141 4.6
Water Rate ..... 1942 4.01
J. S. CLXSTINE &
IRrN CLARKE
HOUse Rate ..... 1942 13.94
HOuse Rate ..... 1943 20.00
E.D.R. Imp. Rate 1942 .82
Water Rate ..... 142 .20


JRENINGHAM AVENUE
I AUDREY PERREIRA
House Rate ..... 1943 21.60
28 TRUSTEES ESTATE OF
JOHN OOMCh
HouseM Rate ..... 1043 28.40
31 MARCEL VOYL'AU
House Rate ..... 1943 24.00
JOHNSON LANE
1 LETITIA LASTIQUE
House Rate ..... 1942 9.18
House Rate ..... 1943 10.80
E.D.R. Imp. Rate 1942 .54
Water Rate ..... 1942 2.16
JUBILEE STREET
3 EDGAR WOODLEY
House Rate ..... 1942 306
House Rate ..... 1943 3.60
Bel. Imp. Rate .... 1942 .13
7 CARMEN POSTER
House Rate ..... 1943 7.20
24 GERALD ADAMS
House Rate ..... 1942 1.19
House Rate ..... 1943 1.40
Bel. Imp. Rate .. 1942 .07
Water Rate ..... 1942 .60
kAVANAGH STREET
1 0. RL'PERT PIERRE
House Rate ..... 1943 60.00


31.44


LAVENTILILE ROAD


22 SAM BOWEN
House Rate ..... 1943 1400
23a SAM BOWEN
House Rate .... 1943 10.60
37 CHARLOTTE GOMES
House Rate .... 1938 3.60
House Rate .... 1939 4.08
House Rate .... 1940 4.08
House Rate .... 1941 4.08
House Rate .... 1942 4.08
House Rate .... 1943 4.80
Water Rate .... 1938 .96
Water Rate .... 1939 .72
Water Rate .... 1940 .72
Water Rate .... 1941 .96
Water Rate .. .. 1942 .96
EDDR. Imp. Rate 1938 .48
EDR. Imp. Rate 1939 .24
E.D.R. Imp. Rate 1940 .24
EDR. Imp. Rate 1941 .24
E.D.R. Imp. Rate 1942 .24
39 ANTOINE WALTER MAINE
House Rate ..... 1940 3.06
House Rat* ..... 1941 3.06
House Rate ..... 1942 3.06
House Rate ..... 1943 3.60
Water Rate ..... 1939 .60
Water Rate ..... 1940 .60
Water Rate ..... 1941 .72
Water Rate ..... 1942 .72
ED R. Imp. Rate 1938 .36
E D R. Imp. Rate 1939 .36
FDR. Imp. Rate 1940 .1A
EDR. Imp. Rate 1941 .18
EDR Tmp. Rate 1942 ,18
39a FLORENCE ADAMS
House Rate ..... 1939 .51
E DR. Imp. Rate 1969 .03
43 GEORGE F. MOh4.,
House Rate ..... 1943 7.230
51 HARRY McDONALD
House Rate ..... 1943 1500
Water Rate ..... 1942 3,00
E.DR. Imnp. Rate 194' .75
55 BEATRICE W1L-"3
House Raie ..... 1943 14.20
67 MADE MOOR"
House Rate ..... 1942 11.73
House Rate ,.. 14 13.80
Water Rate .... 1941 7.10
Water Rate ..... 1942 6.90
102 MOCLKSHID ALT SHIKOR
House Rate ..... 1943 15.20
108 MOCKSHID ALI SHIKOR
House Rate ..... 1943 18.20
20b THERESA THOMAS
House Rate .... 1943 3.00
42a THE OWNER
House Rate ..... 1943 1.20
60 EIDWIW THOMAS
House Rate ..... 1943 6.48
78 JOHN ALCAZAR
House Rate ..... 1943 2.40
90 JOHN FREDERICK
House Rate .. 1940 4.08
House Rate ..... 1941 4.08
House Rate ..... 1942 4.08
House Rate ..... 1943 4.30
Water Rate ..... 1939 .12
Water Rate ..... 1940 .72
Water Rate ..... 1941 .96
Water Rate ..... 1942 .06
E.DR. Imp. Rate 1941 .24
E.D.R. Imp. Rate 1942 .24
92 JOHN FREDERICK
House Rate ..... 1942 6.63
House Rate ..... 1943 7.80
Water Rate .. .. 1942 1.56
E.D.R. Imp. Rate 1941 42
E.D.R. Imp. Rate 1942 39
106 KATE WOODRUFFE
House Rate ..... 1942 19.55
House Rate ..... 1043 2300
114 SYDNEY BOWEN
Houe Rate ..... 1940 4.59
House Rate ..... 1941 4.59
House Rat ..... 1942 4.59
House Rate ..... 1943 540
ED.R. Imp. Rate 1940 .27
.D.R, Imp. Rate 1941 .27
E.D.R. Imp. Rate 1942 .27
Water Rate ..... 1939 2.43
Water Rate ..... 1940 2.43
Water Rate ..... 1941 2.70
Water Rate ..... 1942 2.70
New Services .. 1937 14.81
172 JAMES FRANKLIN
House Rate ..... 1943 13.60
190 URSULA RODRIGOEZ
House Rate ..... 1941 14.79
House Rate ..... 1942 13.94
House Rate .... 1943 8.20
E.D.R. Imp. Rate 1941 .87
.D.R. Imp. Rate 1942 .82
Water Rate ..... 1941 870
Water Rate ..... 1942 8.30


LATAN HILL
I HEZKKIAH FIELDS
HoMe Rate ..... 1943


LEAU PLACE
3a CYRIL MOHAMMED &
J. ALI
Houe Rate ..... 191 663
House Rate ..... 1942 6.63
House Rate ..... 1943 7.80
a AON OUMBeS
HOUs Rate 1942 8.16
HOuse Rate 1943 9.60
94 KADNARATH
Water Rate ..... 194 23
14 CECILIA JOS.W
BOMW "At* .. loot 6-80
0R IMP. Rate 1941 3J
a"U~ 1-. amtt oU a


13
4



14 1


1O J
I


Wa. Rate ... 1941 36 a3 OOL TM&R- AGOIMOIU
Water Rate ..... 1942 S e ome A...... 1943 A Waer Ste ...... 194
W. A R. Water .. 141 8.O *6
LWONOiM LANM Me36011aTaAC M MIOULN lmORa OU
VALBARIA RANTImAU 1S PITZ LARC ASHBY & MARI OAMS
VA1XIMA ANTLBAU -y RomRat ...... 19s 37. noun Ram* ...... 1941 12324
House Rate 1943 17 .2 HOuse Rate.. 1943 27.0 House Rate ......194241 12.24
.. & .PAUL House Rate ...... 1N42 12,4 4
oee. Rate 1942 12 MK.24BNK *TIBE Home Rate ...... 1948 14.00
eou R.te 1u. 2 it"14. 1/ v tAU. 13 CAMPS .D.R. Imp. Rate 142 .72
Be. IMP.Rate W14 teNew ve t..W Wate... 191941 475.1
Water Rate. 19427j 4 4 AO &. CARIR= Water Rate ...... 1942 7*1
ED)ITH AUMA1TRX HoaetereR104e 1.042.....1
oDTHo Aate HoseRate.1942224......1 4 New Pavemnts ., 1985 5.40
House Rate ..... 1941 12.8 5HNOW Rate ...... 9 20.40 X. IL 3O1
House Rate ..... IO 1.15 wat Rate .. 1 941 18.0 H at9 1
How ..... ..1.. It 3940 HoW0i teo ...... 190 10.48
Water Rate ..... 190 WaterS Rate.....142 10 0 VRA u LACB & OTHRS
JOSEPH ANTHONY RAMAH Sew o Ro lto 1941 H Nouse Rate ...... 194 20.00
0ouse Rats ..... I 14 l Sewerage Rate ... 1942 10 1
Stock Carriage 1942 1.08 OLTON ROAD 106


LODGE PLACE
HAROLD L. NURNEZrr
JOSEPH TAYLOR a
House PAte ..... IOU1
DUDLEY OOBHAM
House Rate ..... 1941
Howu Rate ..... 1942
House Rate ..... 1943
E.D.R. Imp. Rate 1941
E.D.R. imp. Rate 1942
E.D.R. Imp. Rate 1943
Water Rate ..... 1941
Water Rate ..... 1942
LOUISA THBOPHILE
House Rate ..... 1943
ELLA BOYCE
House Rate ..... 1943
ROUMANIA E8TWICK
House Rate ..... 1943
A. DAVID
House Rate ..... 1940
House Rate ..... 1941
House Rate ..... 1942
House Rate ..... 1943
Water Rate ..... 1940
Water Rate ..... 1941
Water Rate ..... 1942
LOVtLL PLACE


1.00
7.20
10.71
12.74
14.40
,83
.72
.72
6.30
7.20
17.40
21.80
13.40
8J4
8.84
8.4
10.40
1.36
2.08
2.08


12a ERNEST MULRAIN
HotIse Rate ...... 1942 12.07
House Rate ...... 1943 14.o
15 CHARLSN HOWELL &
EMMA CODRINOTON
House Rate .. .. 1943 10.40
LUBIN LANE
I FRANCIS DANIEL
House Rate ...... 1942 11.56
House Rate ........ 1943 13.60
9a JANE JOSEPH
House Rate ...... 1942 4.76
House Rate ...... 1948 5.60
MARAVAL ROAD


40 W. H. SCOTT LTD.
House Rate ........ 1942
House R-te ...... 1943
Water Rate ...... 1941
Water Rate ...... 1942
Sewerage Rate ... 1941
Sewerage Rate ... 1942
Stock & Carriage 1941
Stock & Carriage 1942
W. & R. Water .. 1941
W. & R. Sewerage 1942
44 MARIE F. PIERRE &
OTHERSS
House Rate .... 1943
60 J. TAYLOR
House Rate ... ... 1943
60a JULIA TAYOR
House Rate ...... 1943
MARINE SQUARE


78.89%
92.80
36.00
47.60
27.84
27.12
1.08
1.08
3.00
1.25

53.60
9.20
10.80


15,'17 JULIA Z. ANNISETI'!
House Rate .... 1942 35.70
House Rate ...... 1943 42).00
Water Rate .......1942 258 0
Sewerage Rate 1942 16.80
W. A& R. Water 1942 .98
4 E. M. JONES
House Rate ...... 1943 37.60
26 LIONEL FITZGERALD
DOI-LAS
House Rate ...... 1943 55.60
MARIQ.'ITE STREET
4 OCTAVIA R-MPHREY
House Rate .. .. 1942 15.81
Cl(.inng Cesspits 1942 4.50
20 IDA NANTON
House Rate ........ 1943 21.6C
MARLI STREET
15 IVY HUGHES
House Rate ...... 1943 16.80

MARTINEAU LANE
I BEATRICE LOPEZ
House Rate ..... 19432 14.40
Water Rate ...... 1941 2.40
Water Rate ...... 1942 2.40
OUSTUS A LEO 0.
MrTCHELL
House Rate ...... 1940
House Rate .... 1941 16.40
House Rate ...... 1942 16.43
House Rate ...... 1941 19.40
VWater Rate ..... 1937
Water Rate ...... 1938
Water Rate ...... 1939
Water Rate .... 1940 2.91
Water Rate ...... 1941 3.88
Water Rate ...... 1942 3.8
E.D.R. Imp. Rate 1939
E.D.R. Imp. Rate 1939
K.D.R. Imp. Rate 1940 .17
E.D.R. Imp. Rate 1941 .97
E.D.R. Imp. Rate 1942 .97
Cleaning Ceaspits 1937
Cleaning Cesspits 1440
11 MABEL ALLAN &
KENNY AUSTIN
House Rate ........ 1942 11.05
House Rate ...... 1943 18.00
E.D.R'. Imp. Rate 1941 .65
Water Rate ...... 1942 6.50
I EDWARD MARTINEAU
House Rate ...... 1941 8.16
House Rate ...... 1942 833
House ate ........ 14S 9.80O
E.D.R. Imp. Rate 1942 .49
10 JOSEPH CHARLES
Water Rate ...... 1942 10.80
K.D.R. Imp. Rate 1942 1.08
10a JOSEPH CHARLES8
Water Rate ...... 1942 1.28
I.D.R. Imp. Rate 1942 J2
16 MARIE S. PECSCH R
House Rate .. .. 1941 11.0


MAXWELL LANE
I CHARL. ARCHIBALD
House Rate ...... 19
House Rate .. 13.... 4
3ouse Rate ...... 1938
House Rate ..... 1. 3
House Rate .... 197
Water Rate ...... I93
Water Rate .. 1934
Water Rate ...... 193s
Water Rate .... 1934
Water Rate ...... 1937
E.D.R. Imp. Rate 193
E.D.R. Imp. Rate IM94
D.it. Imp. Ra 1935
K.D.R. :mp. Rate 19M
T.D.R. Imp. Rate 1937
4 CHARLB8 ARCHIBALD
House Rate ...... 1936
House Rate .. .. 1937
Water Rte .. ... 19135
Water Rate ...... 1936
Water Rate ...... 137
K.D.R. Imp. Rate 16M
K.D.R. Imp. Rate 1907
W. & R. Water 1988
MerImN LANU


14 WtLLIAM COLLYMOIL.
am"". 0a u .... So


MEYLIZ ST .oM
17 ISABLL ,..AYNARD
House Rate ...... 1943 27.80
12 FLUCTA PIERRE
House Rate ...... 1943 14.40
MINACPY ALLEY
3 GLADYS HUMPHREY
House Rate .... 1942 17.00
House Rate ... 1943 20.00
Water Rate ........ 1942 1n
23 ISIDORE SMART
House Rate ...... 1943 14.60
25 JULIET JEFFERSON
& OTHERS
House Rate ...... 1942 01
House Rate ...... 1943 9.20
Water Rate ...... 1941 3.6n
Water r. te ...... 1942 3. A
E.D.R. Imp. Rate 1942 ..3
2 MARIE I. BLAKE
Water Rate ...... 1941 13.0
Water Rate ...... 1942 '2.40
2c LEONORA W. LDRON
House Rate ...... 1943 12.80
Water Rate ...... 1941 2.52
Water Rate ........ 142 2.56
E.D.R. Imp. Rate 1941 .63
E.D.R. Imp. Rrtte 1942 .64
MONTROSE LANE


18 THEOPHILUS CUPEN
House Rate ...... 1943
15c J. DOYLE & OTHERS
House Rate ...... 1943
MOSILEY PLACE
2 W. M. DICKSON
House Rate ...... 1942
NELSON STREET


27.60
4.40


JAMES C. DICKSON
W, & R. Water .. 1941 1.49
47 FLORENCE WALLEN
House Rate ...... 1941 22.10
House Rate ...... 1942 21.93
Hose Rate ........ 1943 25.80
Water Rate ...... 1941 13.00
W.itter Rate ...... 19" 12.90
Sewerage Rate ... 1941 10.40
Sewerage Rate ... 1942 10.32
W. & R. Water .. 1941 5.80
W. & R. Water 1942 1.64
W. & R. Sewerage 1941 1.00
22 BIB GOPAUL
House Rate ...... 1943 41.40
24 RITA E. SAMPSON &
OTHERS
House Rate ........ 1943 129.'0
28 MOHAMED INRAHIM
Water Rate ...... 1942 11.70
W. & R. Sewerage 1941 .50
.64 CHARLES A.
ROCHEMOr:7
W. a R. Water .. 1942 1.10
W. & R. Sewerage 1942 2 ,0
58 MARY DAISY CLARKE
W. & R. Water .. 1942 2.06
W. & R. Sewerage 1942 2.25
90 CHARLES NURSE
House Rate ...... 1940 28.39
House Rate ...... 1941 28.39
House Rate ........ 1942 28.39
House R,ite ...... 1943 33.40
Sewerage Rate ... 1939 13.36
Sewerage Rate ... 1940 13.36
Sewerage Rate .. 1941 13.36
Sewerage Rate ... 1942 13.3A
Water Rate ...... 1939 15.03
Water Rtte ...... 1940 15.03
Water Rate ...... 1941 16.70
Water Rate ........ 1942 16.7"
W. & R. Water .. 1939 1.20
W. & R. Water .. 1940 1.78
W. & R. Water .. 1942 .60
W. & R. Sewerage 1939 1.00
W. & R. Sewerage 940 1.00
W. & R. Sewerage 1941 .50
W. & R. Sewemrge 1942 2.00
NEW STREET
16 BLANCHE MAS'.'ELLMI
W. & R. Sewerage 1941 5
40 GEORGE DE SILVA-
TRUSTEE
House Rate ...... 1942 10.20
House Rate ....... 1943 12.00

NORFOLK STREET
1 CHARLB TAYLOR
House Rate ...... 194H3 22.20
House Rate (Ad.) 1943 19.80
X X. BLACKMAN
House Rate ...... 1943 18.00
27 ESTA.'E OF JOHN
GOMES
House Rate ...... 1943 21.60
W. A R. Water .. 1942 .30
2o ESTATE OF JOHN
GOMES
House Rate .... 1943 38.40
35a HELEN OORMANDY
House R. e ...... 1943 10.80
W. & R. Water .... 1942 1.04
47 E. P. & A. HERNANDEZ
House Rate ...... 1943 27.60
8 URSULA DE SILVA
House Rote ...... 1943 8.40i
8 URSULA DE SILVA
House Rate ...... 1943 14.40
77a ALBRTINA WEEKS
House Rate ...... 1943 19.80
W. & R. Water .. 1942 .96
"' IDA A. BRATHWAITE
House Rate ........ 1943 37.20
4a ESTATE OP JOHN
GOMES
House Rate ...... 1943 30.00
W. & R. Water .. 1942 .92
Stock & Carratge 1942 .36
ft ADORA CALLENDER
House Rate ...... 1943 86.60
2 CHUNO GIE
House Rate ...... 1943 16J
38 ESTATE OF JOHN
GOMES
House Hate ...... 1943 24.00'
54 ADRIAN J. WTLSON
House P. te....... 1941 15.30
House Rate ...... 1942 15.30
House Rate ... 194 100
Bel. Imp. Rate .. 1941 .0
Bel. Imp. Rate .. 1942 .0
Water Rate ...... 1941 .00
We;ter Rate ...... 1942 9.00
W. & R. Water .. 1941 1.60
Stock & Carriage 1940 .36
Stock & Carriage 1941 1.44
Stock & Carriage 1942 1.44
O'BRIEN PLACE
2 CHARLES BRATHWAITE
House Rate ...... 1943 18.40
84 GLADYS HURDLE &
OLGA PILE
House Rate ...... 194 .00


OBSERVATORY STRL.:T
CARL C. McCARTHY
HouseM lte ..... 1943 23 .
EDWIN WILLIAMS
House Rate ...... 143 12.40
MILLICENT CROOKS
MOs Rate ..,* ^' Aum


1( ZEORT SHOCKNXSS
W. & R. Water .. 1942
4 MARIE NRNCH
House Rate ....... 1942
House Rate ...... 1943
OVID ALLY
10 HENRY THOMAS
House Rate ...... 1942
House Rate ........ 1948
E.D.R. Imp. Rate 1942
Water Rate ...... 1942
OXFORD 8T.REET
1 LESSALINE OITTENS
House Rate ...... 1948
Sa JOHN CARTE,
House Rate ...... 1942
House Rate ........ 1943
E.D.R. Imp. Rate 1941
E.D.R. Imp. Rate J942
Water Rate ...... l941
Water Rate ...... 1942
23 VIOLET ALL-T
House Rate ...... 1943
25 JOSEPHINE PIERRE
House Rate ...... 1941
House Rate ...... 1942
House Rate ....... 1943
E.D.R. Imp. Rate 1942
Water Rate ...... 1942
93 LOUISA JOSEPH
House Rate ...... 194i
117 ANA CABRERA
House Rate ...... 1943
34 MARGARET MILLARD
House Rfte ...... 1943
Water Rate ........ 1942
42 MATILDA JOHN &
JAM'% STRONG
House Rate ...... 1941
50 A. A. PEYSON
House Rate ...... 1941
House Rate ...... 1942
House Rate ...... 1943
E.D.R. Imp. Rate 1942
Water Rate ...... 1941
Water Rate ....... 1942
58 MOSES CHIN
Cesspits .......... 1942
PALL MALL STREET
I ALFRED A. PEYSON
House Rate ...... 1943
MADELEINE JOSEPH
House Rate ........ 1943
24 BASIL .f IVY KYDD
House Rate ...... 1944
PALMISmE STREET
S L. BELLE
House Rate ...... 1943
10 CAROLINE I. WARD
House Rate ........ 1943


28.00
101.0
o19.20o
19.20


PARK STREET
2 E. H. C. & S. ATHERTON
Stock & Carriage 1987 34
Stock & Carriage 1918 1.44
22 D. JOSEPH & OTHEPI
House Rate ...... 1943 54.00
W. & R. Water .. 1941 .50
W. & R. Water .. 1942 .50
PELHAM STREET
9 RICHARD GEOFFREY
House Rate ........ 1943 19.20
19 REGINALD McDOWELL
House Rate ...... 1940 13.26
House Rate ...... 1941 13.26
House Rate ...... 1942 13.26
House Rate ..... 1943 15,60
Bel. Imp. Rate 1940 .78
Bel. Imp. Rate 1941 8
Bel. Imp. Rate .. 1942 .78
Water Rate ...... 1940 7.02
Water Rate ....... 1941 7.0
Water Rate ...... 1942 7.80
W. & R. Water .. 1941 1.61
51 CHRISTINE GRIFITH
House Rate ...... 1943 11.50
95 BEATRICE PREVATT
House Rate ...... 1948 2.04
95a HEIRS OF P. C. PREVATT
House Rate ...... 1943 4J80
95b BEATRICE PREVA'IT
House Rate ...... 1943 4.30
4 HILDA COOPER
House Rate ........ 194 26.40
Water Rate ...... 1941 13.20
Water Rate ...... 1942 13.20
Stock & Carriage 1941 1.44
Stock & Carriage 1942 1.08
12 VIOLET MURRELL
House Rate ...... 1943 13.20
W. & R. Water .. 1941 1.8
200 JAMI' STEELE
House Rate ...... 1942 22.78
House Rate ...... 1943 26JO
Bel. Imp. Rate ... 1942 1.34
Water Rvtte ....... 1942 13.40
46a DUDLEY COBHAM
House Rate ...... 1943 14.40
54 JAMES LEACOK
House Rate ...... 1942 5.61
House Rate ...... 1943 4.60
Bel. Imp. Rate ..... 1942 .381
Water Rate ...... 1942 1.301
56 GEORGIANA LEACOCK
House Rate ...... 1941 2.04
House Rate ...... 1942 2.04
House Rate ...... 1943 2.40
Bi. I p. Rate ... 1941 .12
Bel. Imp. Rote ... 1942 .12
Water Rate ...... 1941 .60
Water Rate ...... .i
72 JOSEPHINE ROMEO
House Rate ...... 194 18.00


PEMBROKE STREET
13 H. I. JEPPERS
W. & R. Sewerage 19U42
17 JULIANA KNOX
Houe*Rate ...... 1943 30.0
77 J. L. PAWAN
House Rate ...... 14* 274,0

PERCY 8TRET
3 ZOILA TANNIS
House Rate ...... 1940 8.74
House Rate .... .. 1941 .74
House Rate .... 19043 2.27
House Rate ...... 19 43 2.20
Bel. Imp. Rate ... 1940 .22
Bel. Imp. Rate ... 1941 .2
Bel. Imp. Rate ... 1942 1.31
Water Rate ......1 4 jA
Water Rate ...... 1941
Water Rate ..... 19041 134
2 ZOILA TANNINS
HOWuse te ...... 1948 1.0

fws mmor
1/3 AMY. C5ML & NOEL
MoCHACXKNr
B ,OUs Rate ...... 1943 teaS
30l03 P-4
is ODOR ate V .fV. 3
31000 Rate ... 4 U


PICCAIlL IS T
'1#, 0 4 LL


W.O& &Wter .. 1n4 UN
CLARA 3LAUIMOMM
ThOKAN As 26
Blm
ouSe Rate ...... 1M3 5.M
WILLIAM PM
ouse Rate ...... 148 3
mNIIrMA MOML
oam Ratem .. 1. l3s MM
K.D.R. Imp. Rate 141 1.1I
Z.D.R. Imp. Rate 9 la1
W. & R. WAter .. 194 2.51
PIX A. PHILUP RIP X
House ate ..... 1943N MA
House Rate ......... 2 X 4.
E.DR. Imp. Rate 1942 1
Water Rate ........ 1942 112.0
GLADYS LAWRWOU
House Rate ..... IU8 2.70
Houe Rate ..., 19 2.70
House Rate .....4. 2.70
House Rate ... .. 19 2.70
House Rate ...... ISM 2.79
House Rate ..... 17 .0
House Rate I.. 1. 18 j
House Rate ...... 19320 142
House Rate ...... 1940 1.02
House Rate ...... 1941 1.02
House Rate ...... 14 1.02
House Rate ...... 1943 1.20
E.D.R. Imp. Rate 13 O 5m
E.D.R. Imp. Rate 19M .M4
N.D.R. Imp. Rate 1984
E.D.R. Imp. Rate 1905
ED.R. Imp. Rte 198 34
E.D.R. Imp. Rate 1937 .12
E.D.R. Imp. Riate 193 .12
E.D.R.. up. Rate 193 .0
K.D.R. Imp. Rate 1940 60
E.D.R. Imp. Rate 1941 .06
E.D.R. Imp. Rate 1942 .06
Water Rate .. 1932 .72
Water Rate ..... 19U .72
Water Rate ...... 11 4 .72
Waiter Rate ...... 1935 .72
Water Rate ...... 196 .
Water Rate ...... 197 .60
Water Rate ..... 19 .60
Water Rate ... 195 .60
Water Rate ... 1940 .0
Water Rate ...... 1941 .60
Water Rate ...... 1942 .60
C. NILSON
House Rate ...... 194 8 13.20


PICHERY LANE
I WILLIAM PROVOST
:Iouse Rate ...... 194 12.60
SBLANCHE RESCR
House Rate ........ 194 29.40
PICTON STRErT
55 XLEANORA MARCANO
Hoube Rate ...... 194 1 3.0
79 ULSIE HMUDLEY
Sewferg Rate ... 1942 14.40
106 M. A. NIrTO
House Rate ...... 194 0.00
118 ESTATE OP ANOGINA
NELSON
Sewerage Pate ... 1941 2.M
Sewerage Rate ... 1942 2.8
Water Rate ...... 1942 3.60
W. & R. Water .... 1942 1J1

PITMAN LANE
19 ARTHUR BREWSTaR
House Rate ...... .10 0
House Rate .... 19 .51
House Rate ...... 190 .51
House Rate ...... 1941 .51
House Rate .. 1942 .51
House Rate .. 1943 .90
Bel. Imp. Rate 198 .06
Bel. Imp. Rate 199 .0.
Bel. Imp. Rate 1940 A.
Bel. Imp. Rate 1941 .0.
Bel. Imp. Rate 1942 .
Water Rate ...... 8 .4
Water Rate ...... 189 .24
Water Rate ...... 1940 .4
Water Rate ...... 1941 .24
Water Rate ...... 1942 .$0
26 BENJAMIN CHARLJO
House Rate ..... 1943 4.80
Bel. Imp. Rate .. 1942 .24
Water Rate ........ 1942 .96
14 JOSEPH MASON
House Rate ...... 197 .90
House Rate ...... 161 .90
House Rate ...... 139 1.02
House Rate ...... 1940 1.02
House Rate ...... 1941 1.02
House Rate ........ 1942 1.02
House Rate ...... 1948 1.20
Bel. Imp. Rate.. 1987 .12
Bel. Imp. Rate .. 1938 .12
Bel. Imp. Rate .. 19M .0
Bel. Imp. Rate.. 1940 .08
Bel. Imp. Rate .. 1041 .08
Bel. Imp. Rate .. 1942 .06
Water Rate ...... 19N7 .24
Water Rate ...... 198 .24
Water Rate ........ 199 ..24
Water Rate ...... 1940 .24
Water R^te ...... 1941 .24
Water Rate ...... 1942 .00
18 MARCUS ST. HILL
Bel. Imp. Rate.. 1942 .7n
Water Rate ...... 1942 2.92


PLAISANCI ROAO


14 CHARLES R&WLINS
House Rate ...... 194
House Rate ...... 1941
House Rate ...... 1942
House Rate ...... 194
K.D.R. Imp. Rate 1941
K.D.R. Imp. Rate 1942
Water Rate ........ 1941
Water Rate ...... 1942
16b REGINALD EDWARDS
House Rate ...... 19/1
House Rate ...... 1942
House Rate ...... 194
e.D.R. Imp. Rate 1941
I.D.R. Imp. Rate 1942
Water Rate ...... 1941
Water Rate ....... 1942
2a NITA LA BORDI
House Rate ...... 1943
22b EDWIN NICHOLSON
House Rate ...... 1948
28a JOHN NUNES
Houme Rate ......1
House Rate ...... 1940
House Rate ...... 1941
House Rate ........ 1942
House Rate ...... 194
E.D.R. Imp. Rate 1389
E.D.R. Imp. Rate 1940
I.D.R. Imp. Rte 1941
K.D.R. imp. Rate 1942
Water Rate ...... 1M
Water ate ...... 140
Water Rate ;..... 1941
Water Rate ...... 4
X JOHN NUNES
Howe Rate ..... 18
Howu Rate ...... 190
House Rate ...... 19640
Houe Rate ...... 1941
House Rate ...... 142
House Rate ...... 194
E.D.R. Imp. Rate 1M
E.D.R. Imap. Rate 19
E.D.R. m. Rate lm160
E.D.R. Imp. Rate 1941
.DA. Rate IM94. 36
Water Rate ...... 10M
Water Rate ..
Water Rat ...... 141
Water Rate ...... 194l
W. &R. WMet .. 1Io

burw96es 1941

o 6/6. ....... 164


mNM KO3 ..ur


6.97
5.10
BM
5.27
.20
.20
1.30
1.24
3.06
I.60
.18
.18
.72
.72
13.00
1.00
7J2
TA
T72
7J2
TJ2
t.3
.48
.40
.46
.46
1.38
1.18
1.84
124
211J
24.40
24.48
2448
24AS
MM
3.80
2JI
1.44
1.44
1246
1 .44
1241
14*0
14.40
82J6
1040
4AJ


.-


y-T eAAMEnn '
-BO Rte....... So
W. A aL Water
W.ARfW. Water.
K MATIEDA Im


Hos R t ....

House Rate ..... .
16 JUANITA ADORE -
House Rate e ......
a ELEANOR WILIS
Howue Rate ....... U
Houn Rate ......


?
!
i


I,


QUARRY STREET


REFORM LA


2b ESTATE OF JOHN
House Rate ....... 1
4 CEIL FITT
House Rat. .... 13
New Services laid 14W6
19 EMILY RNrARD __
House Rate ...... I
House Rate ...... 1-l
14 GEORGE CHARLBB
Houwe Rate ....
House Rate .....
Bel Imp. Rate ..|.
Water Rate .. W.
W. & R. Water 10


REGENT LAN
4 J 8. PRICE
House Rate......
14 AGATHA LOINSWOI
HotUiMe Rate .....
18 CHARL4TTE
CALL 'DER
HoUM Rate ...... -
REIO LANE
9 CHARLES FITZr WV
ft CHARLES FIT WOl
HouM pate. .
14 '*OATHA LOINSW
Hou. Rate ......
144 LL. .-KWi
RoUm Rate .....
House Rate ......
Home Rate ..- 2
HNOm Rate ,,
Water Rate .
Water Rate ......
Water Rate ......
Water Rate .. .
W. &a Wateri
10 C~MAicsA w
WaHer Rate -......

u-~ujio
MO 6A

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9 AIJ2R'rINA FERDIN4AN
3J.,''jY GEORGE k V
Housu Kate .... 1941 t
House lhae ...... 19 4
House Rate ...... 1 Um
(Cleaning cespn4 138 .*
17 L. DI/.O.N
House Rot ..... 14
27 STEPHEN SPENCER .
House Rate ...... n o
Water Rate I...... I i
9 ANNA BISHOP .
House Rate .... 194M "
41 DORA BEATRICE ri
COWARD :,
How Rate ...... IOU
U J. N. SALAZAR
House Rate ...... 194I
75 HENRY TAYLOR
House Rate ...... 3,
House Rate ...... 11 .
House Rate ......
House Rate ...... I
E.D.R. Imp. Ra te4
E.D.R. Imp. Rate
Water Rate ...... 14
Water Rate ....1
77 ROSA SAMUEL
House Rate ......1 N
House Rate ...... 1
E.D.R. Imp. Rta 19 W [
Water Rate ...... I
Water Rate ...... I ,
W. & R. Wa'er. W .i
W. & R. Waitr .. I
106 CHARLES H. LEWSW
House Rate . I
107 CHARLES H. LEW .
House Rate .. ..
12I REBECCA A. COURT
House Rate ...... 11
House Rate ...... t19
8 MAX3IE MODESTE
16 CHARLES W. P t ,. t
House Rate ......
House Rate .......
48 M. LUDOVICO SM
EDITrH CRAIOWG .t
House Rate ......
House Rate .... tISM
M BLANCHB EVELY,,"
E.D.R. Imp Rate 116
78 FRANCIS WELCH
House Rate ...... 6
Hose Rate ......
Hode Rate ...... 91
E.D.R. Imp. Ritte 1941I
E.D.R. Imp. Me 14i am
Water Rate ......
Water Rat.' ...... 11
106 ABDUI. AMA ', 1 ..
House Rite ...... IvaMdl

31 MOI-TAMED TBRAUIIi
W. & -7 Sereragg 19
QUEEN'S PARK LA t
4 JOAQUIM M. LMRA
W. f R. Water .. 14 I
W. R. Pewerag 142I.
Stock ,, marriagee 194 _
Wdter rste ...... 13d
12 J. W. MCCARTHY .
Stock & Carriage --,2
Stock & CarriaP 196'
13 J. W. McCARTHT ..
Stock Carriage 1841
Suek f Carrtage 19 4,,,
14J. W. MNICARTHY ,.
W. ast K ewerage I91.y
17 J. W Mef'ARTHY
1Stock & Carriage i84i
RADIX KOAD *.
4 EDNA THORNE '
House RR4e ...... 136 H'
Bel. Imp. Rate.. m
Bel. Imp. Rate .. 11 .
Water Rate ...... 19its'


PRINCE 8T.REi "
I JOHN DE 8ILVA
House Rate ...... 1'4
1M ISABELLA HADEED M
A. J. .%.EOA
Sweragc rate ... a n.i
W tecr 4. ,J ...... 1943l
17 ISABEL. ti'.DEB~ & ~
A. J. e A "
'.v. & RP. INS-
M ,' ; : % t ;. e ,
to v .. ... 194 m
%,'tered F ,..-x 1941j
21 FFLIX P ,'r. &
l-'HTLDR ..
House Rit,. ... 198 i .%
29 J. A. TARDnIEU
W. & R. Water .. .'I


KEW PLACE
20 MAXIMILLIAN HERDE
Sewerage Rate .. 1942


- t I


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am 10 MWo..jfo














TNWIDAD OADIAM, FRMDAT. AUGUiT 11i. 1144


LIST


OF PROPERTIES


- Continued


i W.Ii 4


... IMS 1 IWO




........ .19M 84.
*.134 11460

-9 WIRTAP
*...... 143.0


is LAWM



1968 1253
Rat 141 1.I
1942 12,90
;&or. 1M34 2.12


4 5M B1.40
29p.Rte142 2.67
S1343 10.28
8too ......1942 lam



A^ BALFOUR
O5sRlt *** 1943 0.20

S...... Igo ,.2

MON LAM
906M CASTILLO
g t ...... 1948 4.0

$MnSON LANE
DE 8ILVA
Zlate ...... 1942 10-20
t ..... 1943 12.00
.Rate ... 1942 .60
t...... 19t2 6.00
|IN ON VILLI
'JORSLINO
S....... 1948 26.40
Bf SPRINGER
te ...... 1943 7.60

bET PLACE
CE
t ...... 1948 2.40
[rHA~rr
.B ...... 1943 7.00
t ........ 1943 6.o00
CLARKE
t.. ... 1943 4.40

3moHLL
ill AMES
,,. 1942 603
........ 943 7.80

...... 1942 7.65,
S 148 9.00
PH[ILLIP
148....... I 27.80
3943 Too



...JOHNSO.. 1943 8.0
te...... 1942 1.76
E
te...... 1943 0.oo00
194 2 PLACK


16.40


^||BtiN STREET
W

S ...... 1943 20.20

.......1948 6.00
Nf Di ORDE
l to ...... I 194 19.00
DIN LANE
DENNIS
A ...... IOU 13.20
M;ST TREET
S.ALAZAR
j3jBwerage 1942 .75
S~arrMage 1942 .36
ADRU W's LANE
P. ROCKx
SWater .. 1942 2,11
C 1,BAUB' ROAD
^*ftIeCLAN
Ate ..... 1943 3.60
B. CRos,
":A ':'...... 1942 3.90
1942 .6
mate ...... 1942 .72
10432 .1
te......1948 4.50
fm. Rate 1941 .24
Rate .. 1M2 .24
,o 140 o7.31
S.,... 1941 7.14
..........1942 7.14
........1948 .4n
Rate .. 1941 J4
Rate., 1942 .42
,..... 1342 11.77
........., 1942 31.24
R 9te2.. 134.1

LIRAVENUE

wkla OO


JfTcOf VALLEY ROAD


tb 0. MOOLEAN
HmomU Rate ... 1941 1.3
Hauae.3aS 194 2 1.02
House t Rate ... 148 1.30
Water Rate .. .. 198 J6 0
Water Rate ,,. 1041 go
Water Rate ...... 1942 .60
X.D.R. Imp. Rate 141 .06
5.D.R. Imp. Rate 1942 .06
Te 0. McqLEAN
House l4te ...... 1941 1.V
House Rte ...... 1942 1.3
House Rate ...... 1943 1.60o
Water Rate .... 1941 .0
Water Rate ...... 1942 .60
E.D.R. Imp. Rate 1941 .08
Z.D.R. Imp. Aste 1942 .08
lil PRINOR RATSON
House Rate ...... 1943 12.20
1I MARY THOMAS
House Rate ...... 1943 4.20
lad M. TROTMAN
Houwe Rate ...... 1943 6.20
Wtter Rate ....... 1942 1.24
2 THOMAS FISHER
House Rate ...... 1942 5,44
House Rate ...... 1943 4.40
Water Rate ...... 1941 1.28
Watpr Rate ...... 1942 128
Ic MARIE TAIT i &
ALBRTHA McCLEAN
House Rate ...... 1943 10.80
12 FLORENCE CALLENDER
House Rate ........ 1940 6.12
House Rate ...... 1941 6.12
House Rate ...... 1942 .6.11
House Rate ...... 1943 7.20


ST. JOSEPH ROAD

5 MARIE A. BOWEN
W. & R. 8ewer.;ge 1942 .50
13a PAUL STANISLAUS
House Rate ........ 1942 9.69
house Rate ....... 1948 11.40
Water Rate ...... 1942 5.70
Cleaning Ce(spits 1939 2.50
Cleaning Cesspits 1941 2.50
17 JOHN & JOSEPHINE
House Rate ...... 1943 7.20
Water Rate ...... 1942 3.60
23c JOSEPHINE TROTMAN
& FLORENCE CHARLES
House Rate ...... 1948 7.80
29 EDITH STEDMAN
ARCHER
Metered Supplies 1942 248.96
Metered Supplies 1943 243.76
ST.. MARGARET'S LANE
16 M. GUEVARA
Stock & Carriage 1933 .36
Stock & Carriage 1934 144
Stock & Carriage 1935 .72
Stork & Carriage 1939 1.08
Stock & carr'.ige 1940 1.44
Stock & Carriage 1941 .72
Stock & Carriage 1942 .72
20 A. BROWN & 0. A.
MILLINOTON
W. & R. Water .. 1942 .77
24 TRUSTEES ESTATE OF
JOHN GOMES
House Rate ...... 1943 10,80
26 TRUSTEES ESTATE OF
JOHN GOMES
House Rate ...... 1943 18.00
ST. PAUL STREET


10 BATOOLAN
W.&R. Water .... ... 194'
14 AMELIA TAYLOR
House Rate .............. 1942
House Rate ............ 1942
House Rate ....... 1943
E.D.R. Imo. Rate .. 1942
W. & R.. Water ........ 1941
W. & R. Weter 1942
16 ANN FREDERICK
House Rate .............. 1941
House Rate .............. 1942
House Rate .............. 1943
Water Rate .............. 1942
18 WALTER A. STONE
House Rate .............. 1943
Water Rate .............. 1940
Water Rate ........... 1942

ST. ROSE STREET


lb ALBERT ELLISB
House Rate .............. 1942
House Rate ............. 1943
17 CARMEN BAIN
House Rate ............. 1941
19 MILDRED TELFORD
House Rate ............. 1948
6 JOSEPH YELLOWRY
House Rate .............. 1943
I ELEANOR GLASGOW
A OTHERS
House Rate ............. 1941
House Rate .............. 1942
House Rate .............. 1943
Water Rate .............. 1942
W. A R. Water ........ 1940
W. A R. Water ........ 19412
10 ALFRED C. WOODLEY
House Rate .......... 1943
12 ANNIE E. WOODLEY
House Rate ......... 1943.
New Services ........... 1938
18 J. HINDS
House Rate ............. 1942
House Rate .............. 1943
Water Rate ............. 1942
E.D.R. Imp. Rate.... 1942

ST. THOMAS STREET


17 BASIL T. KYDD
House Rate .............. 1941
New Services ........ 1942
17a BASIL T. KYDD
House Rate ............. 1948
New Services ........... 1943
17b BASIL T. KYDD
House Rate .............. 1948
New Services. .......... 1942
17o BASIL T. KYDD
House Rate ............. 1948
New Services .......... 1942
4 MARY MEAD
House Rate .............. 1943
Water Rate .............. 1942


.90
6.12
7.20
7.20
3.60
2.26
1.67
33.15
31.15
39.00
19.50
18.80
8.55
9.40



4.08
4.30
16.00
19.00
15.60
16.810

13.77
13.77
16.20
5.10
1.10
7.68
11.60
8,40
10.00
11.06
13.09
3.60
.65


16.20
3.61
16.20
93.61
16.20
93.62
19.20

8.20
1.64


ST. VINCENT STREET
84 ELIZA & ANTONIO
G. REZENDE
Stock & Carriage .... 1942
100 CORDELIA MODEST
W. A R. Water ........ 1941
WA.&R. Water ..... 1938
W.&& Water ..... 1937
Sewerage Rate ...... 1938
Sewerage Rate ........ 1939
Sewerage Rate ......1940O
Sewerage Rate ........ 1941
Sewerage Rate ........ 141
SACKVILLE BTREET
MRS. VINCENT BROW"
House Rate ........... 19M
12 ANTONIO COX
W.A&R. Water ........ 132
M/9 C. A. DEIMAS
.-R e e 1M


_ 1"um 27.00 NAaron M
iOUTx- 4 MARIA RPID
..... 1148 12.060 Del. Imp. 1t" ..-12
aOIU[TA '__
RAN"MRST-&KEA:
11'"0 Ta-rATAGARD
9I M i o29 WaR Ak te ..............194
S ro p 13'S41 2.0 Hose Jate ,..
.R I 10 ALBERTINA Bt

* 7.... a IIM Houase t..-..... 142
"s.14" MANDRINI JOSP1

* 2.. %. 1- I A 2 Ho moU B ate ...1-, 8

-"1.. I 4 1 ig4HMALM 3160



"ties' 6.NMI oe Rate 134,


l.M



16.20


11mO


| IOOTD MR lED in.
1* M. I BOLAND

Mou"eRate ........ 14 800



Water Rate ........ 1942 .90
S -LOUN LANE
. A R. AWRY
House Rate .......... 1142 12.04
House Rate ........... .. 1 1.40
Water Rate .............. 1941 7.0
SUZL3JOURNlC LANZ
I ALEX F. CARRINGTON
House Rate .............. 1942 12.24
House Rate .......... + M194S 14.40
Water Rate .............. 1941 7.20
Water Rate ............. 1942 7.20
B.l. Imp. Rate ........ 1941 .72
Bel. Imp. Rate .... 1942 .72
MILLICENT FILL
House Rate ............. 1943 26.40
SHINE STREET
# ALLAN CUMBERBATCH
W. & R. Water ....... 1936 1.04
W.&R. Water ........ 1938 .g0
W. & R. Water .... 1942 .92
W. & R. Sewerage 1937 .75

SIPARIA HILL
Ia& MARGARJET OSBORNE
House Rate ......... 1943 8.40
43 HAMILTON BAPTISTE
House Rate . .. 1943 24.00
12 MARGARET OSBORNE
House Rate ........... 1943 18.00
24 WILLIAM, EDWARD.
MARIE TROTMAN
House Rate .. ........ 1943 31.80
24a M. E. GITTENS
House Rate ....... ...1943 10.80
24b MARY TROTMAN
House Rate ....... ..1942 3.74
House Rate .............. 1943 4.40
Water Rate ............. 1941 .88
Water Rate ...... 1942 .88
E.D.kt. ImB. Rate .... 1941 .22
E.D.R. Imp. Rate ... 1942 .22
24d MARIE E. GITTENS
House Rate ....... 1943 17.60
26 CHARLES M. LASTIQ1UE
W. & R. Water ........ 1939 2.38
Cleaning Cesspits .... 1938 1.50
26a AGNES GIBSON
House Rate ..... ........ 1943 19.00
SMART PLACE
House Rate ......... 1943 7.80
5 LEVI BANCROFT
House Rate .. ..... 1943 6.20
SMITH PLACE


7 DAISY FRASER
House Rate ... ........ 1938
House Rate .............. 1939
house HRate .............. 1940
Water Rate ............. 1935
Water Rate ............. 1939
Water Rate ............ 1940
E.D.R. Imp. Rate .... 1938
E.D.R. Imp. Rate .... 1939
E.D.R. Imp. Rate .. 1940
7a MABEL 1. LUBIN
House Rate .............. 1939
House Rate .............. 1940
Water Rate ...... ...... 1939
Water Rate ........ 1940
E.D.R. Imp. Rate .... 1939
E.D.R. Imn. Rate .... 1940
8 MILLY CARREY
House Rate .............. 1943
W.A&R. Water ........ 1940
8 MABEL I. LUBIN
House Rate ........... 1934
House Rate .............. 1935
House Rate .............. 1936
House Rate ............. 1937
Water Rate ........... 19.6
Water Rate .............. 1936
Water Rate ....... 1937
E.D.R. Imp. Rate .... 1934
E.D.R. Imp. Rate .... 1935
E.D.R. Imp. Rate .... 1916
E.D.R. Imp. Rate .... 1937
W.R. Water ........ 1934


IOBRIAN PLACA
11 CLIFFORD LEWIS
House Rate ............. 1942
House Rate .............. 1943
Water Rate .............. 1942
E.D.R. Imp. Rate.... 1942
12 MOCKSHAD ALl A
A. MONDOL
House Rate .............. 1943
8OUTH QUAY
1 M. F. KHAN
House Rate (Prop.) 1937
House Rate .............. 1938
House Rate ............ 1989
Water Rate (Prop.) 1937
Water Rate .............. 1938
Water Rate .............. 1939
E.D.R. Imp. Rate .... 1938
E.D.R. Imp. Rate .... 1939
18 SUSANNAH BRAMBLE
House Rate .............. 1948
18 CLAUDE ALDWIN
BOYCE
House Rate ............. 142
House Rate .............. 1943
Water Rates ....... 1942
E.D.R. Imp. Rate .... 1942
W. A & Water ........ 1942


STANISLAUS PLACE
T MILTON McD.
GOODRIDGX
House Late ..... 1943
Water kate ........... 1941
Water Rate ............. 1942
E.D.R. Imp. Rate.... 1941
E.D.R. Imp. Rate .... 1943
9 THOMAS FARRELL
House Rate .............. 1942
House Rate .............. 1943
Water Rate .............. 1942
E.D.R. Imp. Rate .... 1942
10 EDWINA L. TEAGUE
House Rate .............. 19.1
HOUse Rate ............ 1942
House Rate ............ 1343
Water Rate .............. 1942
15/16 AUDREY LESLIE
House Rate .............. 1943
18 EDGAR MULRAIN
House Rate .............. 1941
House Rate .............. 1942
House Rate .............. 1943
Water Rate ............. 1942


THWART LANE
3 JOSEPH SAVARY
House RaLe .............. 1941
4 RICHARD SAVARY
House Rate .............. 1943
23 JAMES PYKE
House Rate ............. 1942
House Rate .............. 1941
House Rate ............ 1943
Water Rate .............. 1941
Water Rat .............. 1942
Bel Imp. Rate ....... 1941
Bel. Imp. Rate ........ 1943
24 JAMES PYKE
House Rate ............ 134
House Rate .............. 194
Water Rate .............. 143
BeL Imp. Rate ........ 1$4
30 W. A 0. SAVARY & ORs.
House Rate ............. 1
3& W. 0. SAVARY
IHome iate (Prop.) 199
B14es Rate ......1..... 0
Ho Rate ........ 11
House Rate ........ 134
e SM Rate ... 1943
Water Rate _... 1
Water Rate ...... 141
Water Rate ,--..... 13M

W T. I STRSIsET
10 ALLAN (iIMBERBATCII
W.&R. Water ... 1m3
fl t .L a I I. I VlV Jt 98


.90
1.03
102
.410
.60
.601
.12
.06
.06
3.23
3.23
.60
.60
.19
.11
15.00
.40
9.00
9.00
9.00
9.00
6.00
6.04
6.00
1.80
1.20
1.20
1.20
1.0,



9.13
10.0
6.40
.84

21.40


4.80
.H4
.99
.24
.24
3.57
4.20
.84
.21
9.01
9.01
10.60
2.12
23.29
1.33
1.33
9.0
4.90


220
14.90
9.8
9.M
11.60
2.32
2.32
M



7.14
2.06
3.90
.72
.11
M.M
4.74
7.14
7.14
7.14
140~
1.39
L8
Ls



IA


6



2







10
*





I

10


SUwIOLK ROAD
MILTON PITERI
HAMAL N& 1343 11.0
IAPriST3
House Rate ............ 1943 .00
BTDNW Tr ET -
LIONIL SPRINGER
W. & R. Sewerage .... 141 1.00
W. & IL. ewerae .... 14U .18 11
m Zcauscvew
THB CBE8CKN T

EMILY M. SEALE8
House Rate .......... 1948 7.00 3
ALBERTHA CARTER
House Rate ..........1.... 141 l06 12
House Rate .......... .. 1942 .0
House Rate .............. 19481 124
Water Rate ............. 1939 .40
Water Rate ........- 1940 .60 32
Water Rate ............ 1941 .72
Water Rate ......... 1942 .72
E.D.R. Imp. Rate .... 1940 .U
E.D.R. Imp. Rate .... 1940 .18
E.D.R. Imp. Rate .... 1941 .18
E.D.R. Imp. Rate .... 1942 .18
DAVID LEWIS
House Rate .......... 1942 8.,18 a
House Rate ........1 9.60 10
SARAH A. DOTTIN
House Rate .... 1943 610
DORIS I. FRASER
House Rate ....... 1943 111A


THOMAS PLACE
RUPERT COX
},i1,,'e Rat .. ...... 1943
k.VA JONES & 0.
HOBSON
A'ater Rate ..... ..1. 99
Water Rate ..1940
Wa;er Rate .. ..1941
Water Rate 1942
House Rate ..... ..... 1943
THiORNIii.LL STREET
SAMUEL A. DAVIS
New Services .... 1940
JAMES A. PI'HILLIP
House Rate .... 1943


3

10o '60
7
666* 7a

7,. 128
14.80
5630

5,59


TILBURY PLACE
1 INESTO CATO
House Rate .... ........ 1943 1.02
House Rate ............ 1942 1.02
Water Rate ............. 1942 .60
E.D.R. Imp. Rate 1942 .06
Sa NATHANIEL ROGERS
House Rate ........... 1943 17.60
4 B. MAINGOT
House Rate ......... 1912 5.10
House Rate ............. 1943 6.00)
Water Rate ..... 1942 1.20
E.D.R. Imp. Rate ... 1942 .30
9 M. ELEAR & W.
PRESCOTT
House Rate ............ 1943 17.40
TRAGARETE ROAD


S21,'23 GASTON JOHNSTON
4 House Rate ............. 19.3
46 E-LL4A ALLEN
House Rate ............. 1943
45 ADUN'tI G.
CARMICHAEL
House Rate, .. 1943
58 A5LBERT LUCIEN
IHouse Rate ............ 1940
House Rate .......... 1941
House Rate .............. 1942
House Rate ...... ... 1943
Water Rate ............ 1941
Water Rate ............ 1942
Sewerage Rate ....... 1940
Sewerage Rate ........ 1941
Sewerage Rate ....1942
84 JAMES ALEXANDER
LEWIS
House Rate .............. 1943
VALLEY ROAD
7 GEORGE HARRY
Houuse Rste .............. 1943
Water Rate .........1.. .942
Bel. Imp. Rate ... 1942
7a GEORUE HARRY
House Rate ........... 1943
Water Rate .............. 1942
Bel. Imp. Rate ........ 1942
WAR. Water ..... 1942
9& A. HEZEKIAH
Water R ate .............. 1941
11 ANDREW GEORGE
Water Rate .............. 1942
Be'. Imp. Rate ....... 1943
lie ANDRLW' GEORd`Z
Water Rate ............. 1942
Bel. Imp. Rate ........ 1942
17 USTACE MORE
New Services Laid 1937
31a ZOILA TENNIS
House Rate .............. 1939
House Rate .............. 1940
House Rate ............. 1941
House Rate .............. 1942
House Rate ....... 1943
31b ANTONIO GOMES
Stock & Carriage ... 1942
37 THEO. R. & IRENE
HhZEKIA HI
House Rate ............ 19431
2d THELMA LESLIE
House Rate .............. 1943
14 ELAINE LEGAL
Huuse Rate .............. 1943
lib LEONTINE MALONEY
House Rate ............- 1942
House Rate ............. 1943
Water Rate .............. 1941
Water Rate .............. 1942
Bel. Imp. Rate .. 19441
Bel. Imp. Rate ........ 1942
34 LILLIAN M. BRADSHAW
House Rate ......... 1943
36 ANNA DAVIS
House Rate .............. 1942
House Rate ............ 1943
Hous4 Rate
Additional ..........1943
Water .,te ....... 1942
38 AUGUSTA ROBERTS
House Rate ............. 1939
House Rate ............ 1940
House Rate .............. 1941
House Rate .............. 1942
House Rate ............. 1943
Water Rate .............. 1940
Water Rate ............ 1941
Water Rate .............. 1942
Bel. Imp. Rate ........ 1941
Bel. Imp. Rate .. 1942
LIONEL WILLIAMS,
House Rate .............. 19t3
Bel. Imp. Rate ... 192
40 JAMES ROBINSON
W. & R. Water ........ 1940
42as. LEWIS BEHAMIE
House Rate .............. 1937
House Rate .............. 1938
House Rate .............. 1939
House Rate ............. 1940
House Rate ............ 1941
House Rate .............. 1942
House Rate ............ 1943
Water Rate .............1937
Water Rate .............. 1938
Water Rate .............. 1939
Water Rate .............. 1940
Water Rate ............ 1941
Water Rate .......... 1942
Bel. Imp. Rate ........ 1937
Bel. Imp. Rate ....... 1938
Bel. Imp. Rate ... 1939
Water Rat* e............. 1M
Bel. Imp. Rate ........ 141
Bel. Imp. Rate ........ 1942
44 L. L. IEWIS
House Rate ........... 1940 1
House Rate .............. 1941 1
House Rate ........... 1942 1
House Rate .............. 143 1
Water Rate ............ 1929
Water Rate .-....... 1340
Water Rate ............. 1941
Water Rate .............. 1941
46 L. L LBWIS
House Rate .......... 1943 1
[0 EDWIN DA COITA
HRnse lat .......... 194 46

Iea IDADRAPAT


1,


VtCTROf A AVM"
4.1. M ML AKOW
W.hiR. Water ,. ...


72.00
4.00

18.00
12.07
12.41
12.41
14.60
730
7.30
5.66
5.84
5.84

21.60


43.20
21.60O
2.16
17.20
N.W
.b4
1.9o
7.80
4.90
.41
12.00
1.20
11.76
12.07
12.75
12.75
12.78
15.00
A

1 0. ,


19.,20
19.@0 i

4,79
16.10 1
8.60
2.60
2.10
No0 21
.238
10.0 31
2.04 0
2.40
19.20
.60

1.53 IT
1.53
1.53 43
1.80
.60 24
.60
.60
.09
.09
2.40
.12
.46

.02
.90 25
1.02
1.02
1.02
1.02
1.20
.90
.60


.(0
.12
.12 I
63%
1A.O 5
M .
As

US
.30 1



1.9 12



I ,O
L=


u9


W. & R. Water ....... 1942
W. a R. Sewerage.... 1941
W. & R. Sewerage.... 1942
Stock & Carriage .... 1941
SVIDALE TERBACX
DEIGHTON HOLDER
House Rate ..........1942
House Rate ............. 1943
Water Rat! ....... 1042
hENORA NURSE
ouse Rate ....... 194
WALCOTT LANK
K. LYNCH
House Rate 1943
STELLA SERIEAUX
House Rate ... 1943
JAMES PYKE
House Rate ......... 1943
T'DADl BUILDING &
LOAN
House Rate ............. 1943


WARD LANE
IVY REMAIN
House Rate ... 1943
SARAH SLATER
New Serv'ces Laid 1940

WARNER STREET
OSCAR R. PIERRE
House Rate I. 1943
OSCAR R. PIERRE
House Rate ........ 1913
0. R. PIERRE
House Rate ...... 1943
0. R. PIERRE
House Rate 1943
PHILOMEN RIQl'E
House Rate .. 1943
Sewerage Rate ...... 1942
R. THOMAS
Stock & Carriage .... 1942

WATERMAN ROAD


9 EDWARD M1. &
AGATHA MARSHALL
House Rate ........ 1943
Water Rate ........ 1942
Bel. Imp. Rate ... 1940
Bel. Imp, Rate 1941
Bel. Imp. Rate 1942
4 LILIAN DELANKY
Cleaning Cessplts .... 1939
6 ZOILA TANNIS

WESTBURY LANE
7 AGNES JAMES
House Rate 1943
9 M. LAURA ABOTTr
House Rate ....... 1943


%11.I.1M STREET
13 JOHN M. DENNIS
House Rate 1942
House Rate 19e3
I CLARENCE BIRCH
House Rate .... ... 1943
WiNTON LANE
8 H. BAII.EY
House Rate ........... 1943
WOODFORD STREET
9 ADELLA ALEXANDER
New Pavement. 19J4
19 D. A. A H. PASSING
House Rate .... ....... 1943 ,
117 J. A. PROCOPE
House Rate ....... 1943
4 ALBERT LUCIEN
House Ra. e....... 1942
House Rate .......... 1943
Sewerage Rate ... 1942
16 VALAIIE H. BOURNE
W. & R. Water .... 1942
20 W. H. MAYHEW
House Rate .............. 1940
House Rate .............. 1941
House Rite .............. 1942
House Rate .............. 1943
Water Rate .............. 1941
Water Rate .............. 1042
Sewerage Rate ........ 1940
Sewerage Rate .... 1941
Sewerage Rate ........ 1942
36 MARIE N. JOSEPH
House Rate .............. 1942
House Rate .............. 1943
Water Rate .............. 1942
Sewerage Rate ........ 1942
112 PUBLIC TRUSTEE
Sewerage Rate ....... 1942 :
ZAMPTY LANE
T FREDERICK L. WILKES
House Rate .............. 1941
4 ujRAL)INE
KiIAHWUOD
Bel. Imp. Race ....... 1942
WOODBROOK


ALBERTO STREET
ALICE W. ALKINS
Ird Instalment House
Sewers- 1/3/43 ...
MAKY PATILNCh;
CARTER
House Rate ....... "949
C. V. CUTHBERT
House Rate .... ..... 1943
Btock A Uarriage ... 1942
ALIR'DO M.AHON
House Rate ............. 1943
M. AUDREY W1LCOX
House ate .............. 1943
Newerage Rate
tProp. .............. 1942


9.15 4 ESYRIA HOLMAN I COLVILK TRUE?
.50 House Rate ..............1IS4 O A0
iL,5 54 DORA COWARD lU 1 LR4C3 DURHAM
.36 House Rate ............. 1941 Hou a te ............ I TI.06M
M ORLANDO M9IN`TOS House Rate ............ U ML
House Rate ...........-.. 141 I Water Rate ....... 141 41.3
House Rate....... 1"341 1
Houe Rate ......... 1314 1. IKweraa Rate .... 194 I.
House Rate ......... 1N8 1S CHAD QUILDON
8.16 Sewerage Rate ....... 141 ewerae. tal ..... 1940 11.29
60 Swerle Rate ........ IM 8 U H. BAPTIST
124 Water Rate ........... 141 .a0 House Rate .......4... 1 .63 .
Water Rate .......... 141 U tO 31A H. BAPTIBTE
1.30 House Rate ............. 1N321,60
ARIAPITA AVNUR CORNEUO STREET

4.83 5 THEODORE & HAUD 18 OSCAR EDOHILL
43 THODOR MAU House Rate....... 1943 36.00
3.60 House Rate. ... *14 CHARLES LUMBDEN
s Ho a DRU .LA LEACH House Rate ........ 1943 43.20
5 & D R U C = A L E A C H so H L UZ
11.40 House Rate.......14i 100 W. & R. Water 1942 1.59
$ JOSEPH A. SAMUEL 1 R. tr 94
ewerag Insa. .... 1 ,14 28 ELEANOR C. LYNCH
Sewer e Instal... 194 13.4 House Rate .. 19431 0.40
1&00 16/16a JAN0 HARRIS 3 MILLY 0. MATHISON
Huse Rate.......1343 ft30 MIULLY 0. MATHISON
House Rte .......... ?43 22, House Rate .... 1943 26.41
26 JOHN NUNES House Rate (Prop., 194S 2.70
House Rate ........ 1943 4,0 Sewerage Rate irop.)
28 JOHN N' NiS ... ... 1942 .24
House Rate ......... 134 0.00 Waetr Rate iProp,) 1942 66
6.60 32 & .2a MINNIE De SILVA 34 ALICE JOHN
Sewerage Inmtall .. 1941 266.54 House t.e .. 1943 4.80
13.79 33 HILARIA VIEIRA 3 .TESAMIE MOSE
House Rate ........ 1943 31.60


26.40
26.40
24.00
26.40
16.60
6.64
1.04


13.60
2.72
.57
.0.
.68
2.00




9.6J
14.00


40.80



4.89
30.00
72.00
7.31
8.60
344
.92
20.40
20.40
20.40
24.00
16.80
16.80
9.60
9.60
9.60
15.47
18.20
9.10
7.28
11.52



9.60


16.31

9.60
21.60
.72
14.40
19.20
2.40


ALFBREDO STREET
SYLVIA A. JONES
House Rate ............ 1943 28.80
HUGH NICHOLLS
House Rate .............. 1943 26.00
JULAAN FITMHERBFkkT
PhiTERKIN
House Rate ............. 1942 21.42
House Rate ............. 1943 25.20
Water ate .............. 194; 12.6J
Sewerage Rate ....... 1941 7.kj8
leweraKe Rate ........ 1942 10.u8


ANA STREET
I EUPHEMIA DAVIS
House Rate .......... .. 1943
LASs.N.M SERVILLk
House Rate ............ 1941.
House Rate ............ l4
House Hate .............. 1%:.
nowerage Rate ........ 1941.
Sewerage Rate .......142
Water Rate.............. 1941
Water Rate ....... 1942
New Pavements ...... 1940
OLIVER JONES
House Rate .............. 1942
House Rate ............. 1943
Sewerage Rate ........ 1941
Sewerage Rate ........ 1942
Water te ............. 1943
ROSALIE SMALL
Hmou Rate ............ 1943
LEO A. PUJADAS
2ad Instal House
Sewe ............... 1948
ANNIE iRANIMRBON
Sewer Rate ........ 1942
BENJAMIN MCeCLEAN
New Pavemeate ..... 1940
P1BBR Mr wCH ,LL
THOA LUCAS
HOM Rat9 .......... 40
Roanou Ivao ....... ISO
Houae Rate .............. 1941
MoM RA .......... IM S
Mone Rate 1..... 1

HWme Eate 1343
Eawe Ra.e .... 1....



i U- s M-


19.20
11.22
11.22
13.20
5.48
Sho
23.75
4.08
4.9J
1.91
1.U2
..96

14.40

83.42
3.50
7.91
15.00
6.97
7.14
744
!1l


RADEN-POWJELL STBEET

3 ETHEL OKEIPTE
Sewerage Install .... 1943 297.02
17 ALEXANDRINE
AUGUST
HoUMs Rate ... ...... 1941 30.60
House Rate .............. 1942 30.60
House* Rate ....... 1943 36.00
Water Rate ........ .. 1941 1800
Water Rite ... 1942 18.00
21 JOHN NUNES
House Rate .. ..... 1940 22.4
House Rate ........ 1941 22.44
House Rate ........ .. 1942 22.44
House Rate .... ...... 1943 268.40
Sewerage Rate ........ 1940 10.5f
Sewerage Rate ........ 1941 10.68
Sewerage Rate ....... 1942 10.658
Water Rate .......... 1939 11.tA
Water Rate ........ 1940 11.89
Water Rate ......... 1941 13.20
Water Rate ........ 1942 13.20
W. & R. Water . 1939 2.R3
W. & R. Water ...... 1942 2.13
390 AGATHA BEST
Hoise Rnte ....... 1943 24 00
Sewerage Install. .... 1942 113.11
41 AGATHA BEST
House Ritc ....... 1943 27.60
2 JOHN NUNS
House Rate .. ......... 1940 12.24
lousea Rate ....... 1941 12.24
liouse Rate ....... 1942 12.?4
ous.e Rat ...... 1943 14 41
Sewerage Rate ... 1940 5,76
Sewerage Rte ... 1941 5.76
Stwnrate Rate ........ 192 5,76
Water Rele ...... ... 139 6,91
Water Rate ............. 1I40 6.48
Watert Rate ........ 1941 7.20
Wn'ater Rite ..... 1942 7.20
4 JOHN NUNES
Ho4ese Rete .. .......... 1940 19.'1
HouseteRate .... ... 1941 1'"
Hou.e Rate ............ 1942 19.21
House Rate 1.... 43 2.6
Sewerage Rate 1.. 1140 9.04
Sewerage Rite ........ 1041 9.04
S"werlre Rate ........ 1942 9.4
Water Rate .... ...... 1939 1017
Water Rpt. .......... 19'0 1017
Water Rate .. ...... 1941 11.30
Water R.te 14..... 2 11.30
W.AR. Water ........ 1940 lM
V.&R. Water ..... 41 13
Cleanln( C*s*Pots .... 1940 S3
C'eeninw Csslit' 1'41 1.00
44 GEOROr CtmiCKAREE
& INRANI
House Rate .. .......... 1941 17.,4
Mouse Pate .......... 1942 17.34
House Rate 1903 2.4'
Sewerage R"t- ........ 19,1 .186
Sewerae Rite ....... 1942 A.16
Winter IRte ....... 1941 If10
Water Rite . .... 1941 10M0
W. A R. Weter ... 10l 1.29
46 GEORW r-HITCKAREE
& INRANI
House Rate ............. 1942 13 43
Moulse Rit* ....... 1943 1N6M
14,wera#e Fate .....1. .111 A 32
Water RPitt".. .. IA2 3.1
18 GEORn P*fTCKCAREE
& INRANI
"III. % *' ... II.... 1 3 1.969
House "'-- .......... 19.3 70
Seweraer Rate ........ 1941 1.04I
Water Rate .............. 1942 13.30


BELLE SMYTHR STREET
14 TDA M JARDINE
Houie Rate ..- 1943 33680
Sewage Install. ... 1941 3'.31
1942 32,31
1941 32.31


BP.ABANT STREET
JOSEPH E. CHARLES
House Rate . .. 1943
OSGAR E. rORDE
3rd Instal. House.. 1943
GORGE A. GIBBS
House Rate ....... 1939
Hnuse Rate ............. 1940
I .pse Rate .............. 1941
house Rate ....... 1942
House Rate ........... 1943
Sewerage Rate ........ 1939
Sewerage Rate 1940
Sewerage Rate .. 1941
Sewerage Rate ....... 1942
Water Rate ........ 1939
Water Rate .............. 1940
Water Rate ....... 1941
Water Rate ....... 1942


BULLER ITSEET

3 ADOLPHUS BURKETT
House Hate .......... 1148 34.30
9 .l HEL H1NaSON
House Rate ............ 1943 20.60
27 JOHN NUNES
House Rate .............. 1943 36.20
2 I. WILSON
W. AR. Water ....... 130 1.14
4 AUDREY DEMAS
House Rate ......1...943 21.60
Sewerag* Installatlon
3rd Instal. ........ 1M 30.2
20 EDGAs t CARTY
House Rate .............. 1141 .61
House Rate ............. 192 60
House Rate ............. 1M o00
Water Rate ............ 1940 2.7I
Water Rat* e........... 1141 3.30
Water Rate ........... I 4.00
Sewerage Rate (ProP.)
Sewerage RaL ........ I8 l 4
Sewerage Rate ....... 14 .164
Sewerags Rate ........ 1941 .4
Sewerage Rate ... 1k2 3.10
X LOUISA HENRY
House Rate .............. 1M 2t1.30


CASLOSSTR T


3






8
22




I


46


54

59



14



1
27
44


DAMIAN STREET
EDWARD FORD
Sewerere Instal. 1939 181.18
LEONORA CRTCHLOW
Sewe, age Instal. 1940 160.12
S'OSEPH CHARLES
Water Rate 1942 14.70
Sewerage Rate ... ... 1942 11.76

DE VERTEUlI, STREET

HILARIA VIEIRA
house Se%,u% ,. 1939 15.07
NIL I.LE A. MONSEGUE
House Rate 1 1943 24.00
l'UNAIA) l. GIB.SON
House Rate 1943 30.00
HAMIL'ION M.
HA I'TISTk
House Rate ...... 1943 36.00
MAI'D 1,. WINTER
ltousm Rate I. 1943 51.00
F'I'T STREET
L.. C' A S :. IIANNAYS
House Rate .. 194. 36.00
VREN('H STREET
1'. 1. & C FRASER
House Rate 1943 48.00
MANITE'L PINIHEIRO
W & R. 'Aater 1942 2.38
LEOPOLD rlTO)DOR1NI
House Rate ...... IU043 30.00
(;ALlA'S STREET


7 MIlY PIIIERRE
house t-ilt 1943 8.80
.11 A*U.K|! itA KB.OW'.>
Itoul Kale iJ43 28.83
45 MAi KO)SF 'AC('
Houwe hae .......1941 25.50
house ial[e ... ...... %2 ;u.&,.
ou. ,,. ........ 1943 3U.Uu
att:, HA.e ..a .. 1941 1b.0
\Vate, Rate 1W42< 16.wU
Sewerague .t .... 1 ,41 l()
ewrv4i' e Rlu .u ... 1923 12.0J
'W. & K. Watcr .. ..... 1941 1 11
W. r& Watrr ... 1.142 ;. ,5
Stovk & Carrage .... 1940 .3a
Stock & Carriage .. 1941 .36
51 ANGEULINA Lu.CAS
House Rate ....... 1042 12.75
house Rate ..........1 43 15.0
IWater Hate .. ....... 194. 7.1.
Sq,'wera.e Rate ... 19,2 6.0'
67 (CArtMrN HENRIQUEi S
House RIlate 1943 13.8;
73 AGNES WILLIAMS
House Rate 194 21 6
16 AGA'.'HA T, GITTKN8
House Rate ........... 1942 18.38
House Rate ............. 1943 21.l
Water hate .... lV43 11.40
18 JOSEPH LARUEN
Sewerage Rate ...... 192 9.7T
41 GEORUB A. FORDE
Sewerage Rate ........ 19:0 1.384
Sewerage Rate ....... 1941 3.81
Sewerage Hate ........ 192 3.84
W, A R. Water .. 1941 2.33
50 CLAUDINE MARSHALL
House Sewers ...... 1940 269.52


GATACRE STREET
13 JOHN NUNES
House Rate ....... 1940
House Rate ........ 141
}ouse Rate ........... 1942
House Rate 11........ 41
W water Rate .......... . J
Water Rate .......... 140
Wate.' Rate ..0. 141
Water Rate .. 1942
Sewerage Rate . 1939
$eweragp Rate .. 1910
Sewer;.. Rutt ... 1941
Sewera,., Rte .. 1942
13a C. NUNES & I.
HEARNE
House Rate ........... 1942
House Rate ....... ... 1943
Water Rate ...... 1942
Sewerage .ate 1942
W.&R. Wat 12
W.&R. Sew .. .. t
4a F. HARRISON & ORS.
House Hate ....... 1943
16 LZEKIAL THOMAS
House Rate ........ 1943
26 AMBROSINE
ARCHIBALD
House Sewers ..... 1939


HAMILTON STREET
9 HELENA GOMEZ
House Rate ........ 1943
Water Rate .. 1942
W.& R. Water ..... 1942
13 N. O'IIALLORAN
House Rate ... 1943
15 N. O'HALLORAN
HouAe Rate ......... 1943
10 i1'IZROY RUDDER
House lte .... .... 1943
12 SAMUEL THOMAS
.CLARKE
House Rate ......... 1948
HUNTER 'NEST
1 JOHN BARCJ
Water Rate S. 1942
T17 JOSBPH W. 8A. ROO
WAR. sewerage 1942
14 H. LUBIN
House Rate ............. 1941
House Rate ............. 1942
House Rate ............ 19d
sewerage Rate ........ 1M1
Sewerage Rate ........ 194
Water Rate ........ 1M41
Water Rate ........... 1943
IS DOOKIE
liwera:e* Rate .....a"
40 ALFAMR R08BY2
House Rate ............. M
Hou Rate ............ I
Sewrae Rate .o 1M
Water Rate .......... l


3,5 .7
.1
..00
16.20
18.90
21.00
21.00
14.41
16.8o
16.80
16.80

22.41
2b.40
13.2d
10.53
1.53
.75


75.60

184.55



20.40
W.19
2.5
30.00
30.00
24.00


9 EDW : KASRIM(oTra
Hous R. .... ate.. 6168 8. 0 ROEGINALD GIBSON
is 27T c K URVs e
lla iat .......I M N.4 ewnwRate .... !N9 tH
aL Rat o.... I e _Wa r ...... i J.
ISMj9rXT.0 II M lVN w. rm _




W. R. .a.e.. 1 I ate r...

SI" oa B


HW Rtt9 1 ....,** |1


Wt Rate ........
44


water
W. R Water ......
GEOROKCHCKX
Hou Rate .......
HseM Re ........ |
Etwe.f Rate .... 16i
Water Rate .......
W."
W. AR. Water ........ 1
W. Rt, Water ........ 1!1I
W. A R. Sewerage.. 1M1
CLARWCI TSSMDUIG
Home Rata ............ im
Sewerage Rate ...... I
swerage Rate 13. "
Sewerage Rate ........ iMt
SARKH CUMMINO0
House Rate ............ 1M8


w
P*t


Sewer*e Rate ... IMe$a w
LUI M STR T "
53 ERNEST &Z&AQUrTA
HERNANDO
House Rate ............ 184 19
House Rate ..............1M
Seweramp Rate .... 193
Water Rate .............. 19480
New Pavemente .... 1148 1
63 LOUISE ROACH
House Rate .. 1...4 I 3m
67 CLAUDE BOYCE
House Rate ......... 1341 is Mo
House Rat* ........... 19M 00
Sewerage Rate ....... 142 1.C
Water Rate ........141
Stock A Carriage .... 11 1.05
House Sewers ......... 114 4.10
24 JOHN APANO
House Rate .............. 14M1 30O


McDONALD STUBrT
9 LOUISA HOLDER
House Rate ........... 1942
Hcuoae Rate ........14......
Sewerage Rate ........ 141
Sewerage Rate ........ 1942
Water Ri te............. 11
Water Rate ....... 194
Stock & Carriage .... 1943
17 FLORENCE HARRI8ON
House Rate .............. 11
27 GERTRUDE SOAN
House Rate ...... ....... 1941
House Rate (Prop). 1941
House Rate ........ 1904
Sewerage Rate ...... 1941
Sewerage Rate ... 1141
Water Rate ........... 1941
Water Rate ........ 194
W. & R. Sewerage ... 1941
16 ASSEE MALLARD
W. A R. Water ..... 1940
W. & R. Sewrage .... 1941

METHUEN STREET
16 CHARLES
BRA' HWAITm
House Rate .. ..- 1
26 ROBERT McSHINE
House Rate ............. 1941
HOUse Rate .............. 1M942
House Rate .............. M48
sewet ago ate ....... 1941
Sewer'age Rat* ........ 194M
Water ralte ............. 1941
Water Rate ........ 19ida


MURRj STTRET
r. & B. AMSB
House R& ..I. 1M9
BHLNJAAI
CUMB. W ATCII
W.&RV Wr ........ 1941
W tRL. Se agex.... 194


11.28
18.20
3.a





LO


116












319
IM
6.40
sm





.4.1
CIO

3.28

8.76.
4*u


3*M


316 C. CRAY
House Rate .. ......... 1 4 .0
44 MAUD FAHEY A ORB.
House Rate .......-. 194 401m
49 ALICE TANG
House Rate .....-- 190 4j

0OCONNOR STmET ^
3 WILLIAM M. LUC.
house ate .............. J
19 LUAttMl'Y LALANuH .
House Sewers .......... *8 u14
33 r,. R, ARINDELL
House Rate ..........1.... IOU .
house sewere 1... 91.. 9 .1

PETBA STBXRZT
7 SCHOOL NOEL &
iuc,.&AN CIACIlS
House &taw ........... 4.01
15 A,,. A. 11uTCHMON
House tate ............. 1148 1
37 CHARL&S A. HE.ADLEYT
House Sewers ......t.... U S.S
45 VikOs-, U. RA"Crtl -
W.a&R. Sewrage.... 19M UP.
55 LiUoixBL MONbIGUJI
House Hate.... ........ 1M 9
63 LAURENCE PIERRE,
llouse 9ewes .......... 114 mk
6 uwORGEtO ChUCKAREE A |
House Rate ....-- 1941
8 K. b,. TAYLOR .
Houes Sewers ........ 1M4 13Aa
20 MAURICE ACANNE 1 -
House Rate .............. 194M tt
36 MAIE DE ROBE --
Houme Rate ....... 19418
House Sewers ........ 1948
38 C. L. WOOD
House Rate .... ..... 1948 IM
42 AUGUSTINE Do SILVA
House Rate ............ 11M
50 JO4.-PH MAYHEW
Sew.rage Rate ........ 19
56 LDNA CLARKI
House Rate ........... 10481 .F
Sewrag*e Rate ...... 1M94 M
Sock & Carriae .... 191
House Sewers .......... 194
Hou e .........W 18
72 ROSA BAF
Hous Rate .......... 1


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I


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LIST OF PROPERTIES -Coitinued


RX te ........... 1W


:thusra Rate ......... IM
sma




ROU~f STIOU
t+ r .......... M2



r RatT Ra -_, 1943
to' IOUll
Zo* *SX


*-KTRICE R11D
*0ate Rate ......... 1M12
*XTHOMBNJ
.L. SANKERJALAU
use Rate .2 943
W SMALL
Rate 14........ ..m
S I McKAY
Raus fte .............. 1943
S .ewers 1943
I ~Rate
3O'4 A & MABEL
DOWEN
tw Rate .......1..94
saewenr* Rate
.P..ep.) ........ 1938
lewerage Rate ... 1939
aewleak e Rate .... 1940
leverage Rate ..... 1M41
lewrage Rate ..... 1942
Water Rate ........ 1942
WAR, Water 1942
M IRENE WARNER
House Rate ............. 1943
S IRIS ElLIS
House Rate ............ 1943


am
425M
XIS
im
1.01
20.40
24.01
2to0
19.72
23.20
9.2

10.21
23.40
4A1



10.20


12.00
2.15
4.80
4.80
4.80
4.10
9.00
2.15
48.00
48.00


TRAGARETE ROAD
31 MAAM PAULINE
WVOOD
Uouse Rate ...... 1943 32.0
T OGERTRUDE WILLIAMS
Roue Rate ...........- 1943 40,8'
US JOHN NUNE8
Hou Rate ............. 1940 61.31
Rou at* ............. 1941 61.31
Rouse Rate .............. 1942 81.37
os Rate ............ 1943 71.21
Sai ragsw Rate ........ 1940 28.881
flew.age Rate ....... 1941 28.88
Sewerage Rate ........ 1942 28.88
Water Rate ............. 193f 32.49
Water Rate ............. 1940 32.49
Water Rate .......... 1941 36.10
Water Rate .............. 1942 38.10
W.AR. Water ........ 1939 1.04
W.&AR.I Water ....... 1940 1.16
W.AR. Water ....... 1941 10.76
W. &R. Water ..... 1942 4.79
1 GEORGE GIBBS
Houae Rate . r. 1939 4.08
House Rate (Prop.) 1939 21.08
House Rat* ............. 1940 30.60
house Rate .......1941 30,60
House Rate .............. 1942 30.60
House Rate ............. 1943 36,00
SSewerMge Rate ...... 1939 16.80
r'ewerae Rate ........ 1940 14.40
Sewerage Rate ....... 1941 14.40
Sewerage Rate ........ 1942 14.40
'Water Rate ....... 1939 18.90
Water Rate ....... 1940 16.21
Water Rate .. .. 1941 I1.0)
Water Rate ........... 1942 1809
'W.A&R. Water 1941 39
bock & Carriage.. 142 1.08
W, se rwre..'. 1942 .50
11 CMIOROE OQCBBB
350M 0 Rate IS 2040
n uoe Rate ....... 19MO 2S50
A*.Vqc Rate ............ 1941 2550
3`-61 Rate ....... 1942 25.50
Hou Ra'. ........ 1943 30.00
_wemtre Rate ..... 1939 9.60
_.frage Rate .. 1940 12,n0
3eweratte Rate .. 1941 12.00
,, S@weag Rath ..... 1942 1200
a Water Rat* ....... 1939 10.S0
Water Rate ......... 1940 l,
SWater Rate ....... 1941 15.00
at"er Rate 1942 15.0
w. & R. Sewerage 1939 75
W & R. Sewerarge 1940 1.51
SW.AR. Sewerager 1911 .75
IV.iR Seweralge 1942 1.2%
Sock A CarriRage 1940 ,.U
Sl tAeck & Carriare 1941 ,36
T pE ATRICE RIQUE
S pouse Rate 1943 42.00
S1 MANFRRnD ADAMS
Houae Rate .. 1943 2040
I ARBDOU A GA
L! House Sewers 43 27,43
X E. P. & A HERNANT)F-Z
H iou Rate .... ... '12 23.46
House Rate ........ 1943 27.60
Sewerage Rate ..... Q41 1104
Sewerae Rate .... 1942 11.04
te Rate 1942 13.80
MHA BARROW
rame Rate 1942 994
ater Rste ........ 1942 11.80
;EAN"IWR A.
BROWN
ourse Rate (Prop.) 1941 1.74
House Rate .......... 1942 3,570
House Rate ....... 1943 42.00
Sew rage Rate
(Prnp ........ 1941 4.0
Pep-erase Rate ...... 192 16.Rn
Water Rate ..... 1941 10 80
Water Rslate ..... ..141 25.60
Hnuae Sewers ........ 142 290
House Sewers ..... 1942 39.04


WARREN STREET
34 N. A M MOORE
* Houseate Ra-.... ,. 1943
N. C 0-HALLORAN
House Rate ............. 1943

. WIWIGHTSON ROAD
* VINCENT ('UMBrR-
4 CH & M, RODNEYT
ouse Rate .. _. 1943
House Bewer ......... 1943


IT. JAMX=


3010
27.07


AGRA STREET
IT E LASRALLE
HousRe Bt*.... ........1943 1960
A, J.DOTTWl
Houme Rts ........ Is 19,00
ANGELINA STREET
MAY ROAD
1 VASOOL MOHAM304rp
-mtou ate .......... 143 7.20
T JLDX THEODORE
Rou R. R s.Ie ..... 10943 1.20
R NO Ar, BTrEIpr
RODEfrT M,
OU 09RLU5S
osa Rate .. ... Im4 19,80
. Kr 3Lr 'RRAY
Reoms Rate ........ 143 4ao00
IONaAY STREET
I W W MrRED MURRAy
IemGe .* 1943 19.60
Iw HW.'N+E4 LOWRY
, R t. IS 194 17.80
r'j rV LOWVR E

awn%*Ra*. 1M1 15.401
'.. waS ET


.." 1M1 3.40
....... 1M3 4,00
IKBRINGH
+--,,. U141


0

7
7
7
0
8
D
9


ETHEL STREET
23 A. MOHAMMED
House Rate 1943
31 HILDA KARATEE
House Rate 1943
35 JOSEPHINE LAQUI
House Rate .. ... 1943
FINLAND STREET
11 LILY WILL.Alft
S House Rate .......... 1943
27 JOSEPH RAMDEN
House Rate 1943
31 FREDERICK HALL
House Rate 19431
FRASER STREET
1 BUSH ATI.I &
BUCKREEDAN
House Rlte 1943
Water Rate 1942
GITHRIE STREET
3 SAMl'FK, PIITCHARD
House Rate .1 1943
15 RIATRI('CE GOMES
House Rate 1943
HARDING PLACE
7 ATOUSH
House Rat .. ........... 1943
JOHN STREET
3 ARCHIE HOLDER
House Rate 1943
ANTHONY EMANUEL
House Rate ........ 1943
KANDAHAR STREET
41 MABEL BILGOO
House Rate ... 1943
28 ONEATHKA BISPHAM
House Rate .............. 1943
40 SOOKDEO
House Rate .............. 1943 1
KATHLEEN STREET
2a THE OWNER
House Rate .... 1943
LONG CIRCULAR ROAD
I IVOR RYCORDE 0.
HART
Water Rate .. 1942 1
3 IVOR RYCORDE 0.
HART
Water Rate ....... 1942
7 IVOR RYCORDE 0.
HART
Water Rate .... 1942
41 W. & E HILLEBRAND
House Aate ....... 194U
103a DORIS HILARIO
Stock & Carriage .... 1942
LUCKPORT STREET
18 MADOO DWARIKA
House Rate ........... 1943
MADRAS S*RrgKT
19a JOSEPHINE LAQUIS
House Eate ....... 1943
23 AUGUST NILS$
House Rate .. ... 1943 1
25b ANN AFRANCIS
House Rat* .... 1$1"
18 THOMAS TAYLOR
House Rat* ........... 1943
MARY STREET
5 EMANUEL NINA
House Rate 1.. 1941
15 CARLTON LEWIS
House Rate ......... 1943 1
37 G. PORDE
House Rate . ........ .1943
51 CHARLES GRANDEIR-
SON
House Rate .. IM3
46 JULES TIMOTHY
House Rate ... ...... 1941 1
MOONERAM 8TR"BT
7 KONGEE
Houae Rat* ...........- 1943
CATTOO
House Rate ....... 143
23 THELMIA CRICK
House Rate ..... 1943 13
14 RDrTH JOSEPH
Houe Rate ............. 143 1


480
12.00
54.00


14.80
5.20
7.00
16.80



1A.00
3.60


16.00
3.60

2
2.40


5.40


7.810


7.20
1.00


4.10
7.20

1.00


MIUCURAPO ROAD
13 MARIE ROUSSEAU
Homuse Rate ........ 93 3.00
lia WILLIE AMiR AlU
House Rate ....*.... 19 4460
5M JOSEPH L. SHANNON
Mouse RatW. .....- 1941 U400


W. R. Water ..... 14t
W. & R. Saiwrg -e 11
stoek & cani4a .... iM
I stoek Carriage- ... 11
a CLUMTVIO SCOTT

House Raat ........... I

Watr 'Rate ........... I9M
91 ALVIN & STEPHANIE
YUNG
Stock a Carriae* -. 1942
30 HERBERT MOORE
House Rate ....... 1943
Water Rate ...........- 1M2
86 I. M. FRASER
House Rate ............. 1941
40 PANCHITA WILKES
House Rate ............. 194
PANHKAr LANE
l21b THE OWNER
Water Rate (Prop.) 1942
11 MARY SOOKOO
House Rat .......... 13
PARK AVENUE
I THEODORE WILLIAMS
House Rate ........ 1943
Home Rate (Prop) 1942
Water Rate (Prop) 1942
PATNA STREET
7 JOHN McDONALD
THOMAS
House Rate ........... 1943
13 CLARA ASCHENDORF
House Rate .............. 1943


BOURN= ROAD

1 HACHRAN
House Rate ... 14 L
BROAD STYRE
0 AUGUSTIN ALBJERT &
0 C. A. ROACH TRUSTEES
House Rate ............ 14m3 10.
0 RUNTON ROAD
CALCUTtrA STREET
30 KENNEWTH A RALPH
HUSSAIN ,
S House Rate ............. .1943 2.40
CARLTON AVENUE
T CLIFFORD WARD
House Rate ........... 1943 12.00
tea MADOO DWARIKA
House Rate ......... 1943 12.00
House Rate (Prop.) 1943 .70
30a THE OWNER
House Rate ......... 1943 14.40
Prop. Water Rate.... 1942 1.44
32 IRIS M. GIBBS
Mouse Rate ............. 1943 12.60
CAWNPORE STREET
13 GEORGE FRANCIS
House Rate .............. 1943 4.80
CHURCH STREET
31 E. HORDATT
House Rate .......... 1943 3.60
31 CAROLINE OOUJAH
House-Rate ....... 1943 15.40
Water Rate ............ 1943 3.08
8 CHIMSAMMY
House Rate .. 1943 9.60
14 EMILY HOLDER
House Rate ....... 1943 840
18 JOHN E. MARK
Hcuse Rate .......... 1943 10.80
CLARENCE STREET
19 IRVING GRANT
House Rate .. ...... 1943 18.40
COFFEE-WATER STREET
4 IRVING HINKSON
House Rate ......... ..1943 28.40
DELHI STREET
21 VIOLA DYALL
House Rate .. 1943 15,.80
14 FRANCIS JARDINE
House Rate ..... 1943 6.00
18 WILLIAM CLARKE
House Rate ............ 1943 36.00i
W.AR. Water ........ 1941 .30
W. & R. Water ...... 1942 1.80
IENGUE STREET
9 JOSEPlI WILLIAMS
House Rate ....... 1943 6.00


SAGE STREET
I CHARLES PETERKIN
House Rate .............. 1943 T.20
SALAZAR STREET
T BLANCHE REECE
House Rate ......... 1943 10.20
16 WILLIAM GRANT
House Rate ............. 1943 8.40


SIXTH STREET
3 NORBERT PETERSON
House Rate ........... 1943
Cleaning Cesspits .... 1942
WESTERN MAIN ROAD
47 RAMPERSAD MAHABAL
House Rate ............. 1943
81 JOSEPH RAMDEEN
House Rate ..-.. 1943
101 IRVING WHITE
House Rate .. 1943
131 B. G., & P. PERSAD
House Rate 1943
133 B. G., & P. PERSAD
House Rate .. .. 1943
167 E. LASSALLE
House Rate 1943
22 ELKANNAH WIGGINS &
O&S.
House Rate ...... 1943
M MADOO DWARIKA
House Rate .... 1943
74 MABEL E. & CLARENCE
F. HORDATT
House Rate ... 1943
90 N. NABIEN & M. ALl
House Rate ... ..... 1943
102 EVA ATKINS
House Rate ... 1943
158a McDONALD SIMMONS
House Rate .. 1943
178d DANIEL ROSTANT
House Rate ... 1943
184 EMANAN MONGROO
Water Rate ... 1942
WOODFORD ROAD
I VIOLA SHEPPARD
House Rate .. 1943
7 FLORENCE M. BROWN
House, Rate ............ 1943
23 T. PERSAD
House Rate ............ 1943


O 'TIDISTRICT8
BERGERAC ROAD
_
13 A. H. MOORE
Water Rate .......-..- 1943 48.00
nOIS1IERE VfLLAGE
la HEIRS OF JOHN
RAPSEY
W.AR. Water ....... 1941 1.44
W. A R. Water ..... 1942 3.00
W., R. Sewerage .... 1942 3.50
15 JOSEPH GOINDOO
Stock & Carriage ... 1941 .36
Stork & Carriage ., 1942 1.88
33a J. JAGGERNAUTH
Stock & Carriage.... 1941 .36
DRIVES ROAD
7 KING
W. & R. Sewerage .... 1942 .75
COLLENS ROAD
34 THE OWNER
W.&AR Water ....... 1942 2.03
COTTON HILL
10 REYNOLD GUY
Water Rate .......... 1942 2.68
Stock & Carriage .... 1942 1.08
ST. ANDREWS GOLF CLUB
ROAD
I THE OWNER
W. A R. Water ........ 1942 1.50
SADDLE ROAD
17 IVAN CHAMAN
Stock & Carriage .... 1942 .36
100 MAUD WINTER
Metered Supplies .... 1942 9.64
104 E. DARCANT
Metered Supplies .... 1942 268.46
VERDANT AVKNUEt
I THE OWNER
W. A R. Water ........ 1942 J6


CASCADE
CASCADE ROAD
M3a A. GARCIA
Water Rate .............. 1937
Water Rate . 1938
314 L. L. THEODORE
Stock A Carriage .... 1942
3 P. COLLINS
W. A R. Water ...... 194
4ta ROSE LEWIS
Water Rate 1.......... 943
M54 MAX VALLADARES
Water Rate ........... 1941
Water Rlte ........ 1942
Stock & Carriaxe ... 142
W.&lR ewerage .... 1942
WAR. Water ...... 1942
U M. POTTER
Stock Carriag ... 1943
RIVRSIDK ROAD
4 1. LO &IE A R. PAUL
Water Rat -...... 145
Watot Rate .......... 141


.S4
.84
1.08
.30
140
12.00
12.00
1.44
*1.75
.40
1,06


U Irt. ANN'S
~.15l


11.40
14.00
19.40


rST. ANN'S ROAD
b WILLIAM M. COTT
LIMITED
Water Rate .........., 114
Water Rate ........ 1942 4.
23 THE OWNER
Water Rate ........ 1M4 .
Water ate ...........12 60
MATTHEW GRACUMN
Water Rate 1.............. 11 O
Water Rate ........ 1943 a A
36 EDITH INNISS
Water Rate ............. 13 .96
Water IRate ............. 193S .12
Water Rate ............1940o .72
Water Rate .............. 1941 .9
-Water Rate ........ 1942 .98
45a EDITH INNISS
Water Rate ............. 1942 1.40
SYMOND'S VALLEY ROAD
2a BERNADINE PIERRE
Water Rate ............. 1942 .24
VALLEY ROAD
2 STELLA' KELLY
Water Rate ............. 1941 9.00
Water Rate ............. 1942 9.00
NZ.- The highest bidder for any
property must within one
hour of the bidding, deposit
20 per cent of his bid and
must under pain of forfeiting
such deposit pay 'the balance
of his bid within 8 days after
notice of the Council's Reso-
lution dechrlrng him to be
the purchaser of such pro-
perty.

H. W. FARRELL,

___Town Clerk


18.40 Your Family Needs This
Handy FIRST-AID

25.0 WHEN any f" mmnber of your family lots a cuw
S*r similar injury Zam.Suk Is the Ideal Cir5l.1i.
The vuluible herbal all sin Zam-uk are sully
r e lorkbd Into he tlssues;, hus a7.00 l reducing Inflammation. Zam.-luk ever.
Gem" peolona erm Ian4 h*lea witheal a vat.
7.20 All medlcine dealers sll ZLam-uk.
2660 Be Sure Te Smr Os.
31360
170 ZAM-BUK
170 Z Regularly Every Night.


14.40
1.08
11.60


On cuts and wounds Listerine preo.
vents infection and promotes heal.
ing. As a mouth wash and gargle,
it relieves sore throat-corrects un-
p!easant breath (Halitosis). As a
sponge bath, it checks perspira-
tion odours, destroys contagious
disease germs and
leaves you feeling B
cool and refreshed.


Iliam II'll *!-IVII l: k 17MR


FOR SALE |J
Manufacturing Business.
Profitable Going Con- 7. ,
cern. Central Location. -. ""
Write immediately to i"+
Box A-134,c o "Trinidad L
G ua rd ian ." ,-,
Your Best Chance-
Must Sell.


rE FAMOUS LYING CLIPPERS
21-pa-enger Douglas DC3A
luxury ship, now serve Curacaoe

daily. Connections from Port of

Spain via La Guairam, Venezuela.
Residents of Trinidad having bus.

ines in the Netherlands West

Indies may secure full details of
fares and frequent schedule* from

.ur local office wN9.0*m

6 RICHMOND STREET, Port-of-Spain
'Phone 7845.


-A-9 --
IincwtoBCau-d


NOW BE 1MS SOUNDLY
THANKS TO ENNMB
Por years he suffered from Slieep-
uMnems due to indigeaUaM. Than
be found a simple way to make
certain of a good nigts rest. Pel-
ow1*-sufferrs wfi mat to know his
method. Th7la Is what he my:-
"In the course of a leong life I
bave endured nuch 4distres from
indigeston and aomanla. For re-
ot I have tried many metiods,
many remedies, but without avail.
NOW, at length. I know whatt Is t
Sget to dsleep quickly and soundly.
The reason? Rennie I Shortly be-
tore going to bed I take three or I
four. I have no inflnuence tIn con-
nection with the bestowal of hon-
our*, brt if I had, your Chemistsa
would fgure isthe list of awards."
-MLH.
Rennles work in three ways. They
rontlin antacids which neutralize
acidity, absorbent which re-'
duce stomach gas, and digestive |
ferments which actively aid di-
grstlon. Rennies dissolve in the
mouth. They become active at once.
because they reach the stomach
full strength-not weakened with
w ter.
All Chemists sen Rennie.



NEVER:

Strong Purgatives


ALWAYS:

This Delicious

Natural Food


I Crisp, crunchy ALL-BRAN
relieves common constipation!
Constant dosing with strong put.
gatives not only may increase con.
stipation, but may cause serious
illness.
An easy, healthful way to relieve
common constipation is to eat
Kellogg's All-Bron regularly. This
natural food laxative aids regular
elimination by adding "bulk" to
your diet.
You'll really enjoy this flavorful
cereal. A nutritive food, it's deli-
tioua with sugar and milk, or fruit.
Get Kellogg's All-Bran at your gry
cer's today.


New American



DRESSES -

Have Arrivedc
,- ^ ^.


AUDREY'S

EXCLUSIVE

DRESS SHOP

-; ----_ --LTD.---


FOR SALE How To

CALIVI NY VF I N
ISLAND nC I
6U ACRES
House built of Sto-e eon- 'BY COnIcUg 1
training 6 Rooms, Laiatorv Heacl._ we a. .. d
Storeroom. Open OGller. y ste, Ap I ,, so ned aL m
Bath. Kitchen. Servant; I Iu t f -faulty "i h I
Room and Watch Hous" ,heaftly t* titteru gp
Very Hepalthv Gord F IshIl..ng.
and Sea Bothlrg. csI s. a"id;s.ai.thubAe I
-- r min r a ininth s
Petite Calivigny S--a .d,,m1
on Mainland Ing aoukdyst s --
2N ACRES Take DemkidneyPika ,I
Ten minutes by boat from Kjidn pPils. .re
Island. Suitable for rearing O a --As -- k.f-=I
stock. etc.11- ,,lu package eith d
For Particulars Apple to don't leth.b am yi,
P A. F. MacLeod, dd-Oitsi., bt.e4 ,
St Mark's Grenada. DoddsKdM


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ROMEO STREET
J. H. CLAIRMONTE
House Rate'. ... ... 1943
Prop. Water Service
Rate ..... .......... 1942
ARCHIBALD ROACH
House Rate ........... 1943


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SRuae hre 7____TRINIDAD GUARDIAN,. WRUAT. AUGUYT 11, 114" lOC4 l&
ds Rum Sa Chare For MGill Most Modern Equipment Backs I DS NC
LDignit nor l (iD. OfMi Anglo-U.S Anti-Disease Drive MKr.' supreMe I nDIN iOn
p lUi- V^ gra' -- ---- ---- *^B ^^ BillB^~~ --------j ^ WALLOP YOU betwen laluy P1111h WnA IltS
dlnb special F M Uceman nerrta4nde als OutThe hitth drive launched here recently which will ferret out LEG BELOW YOE B Te dHerri cama on I ,,
M l iy of the CID., Mr. W. J. Andre, pr#ng d deOW BET? I n
anddefro dieae I te Crib~nam isbakedbythemSAj p obew Feemmnon'121For The Kind OfHigh street. glan PIlrnmndeft
ilftle Court yesterday acquitted Carmen Drory and Modem medical equipment in the world, some of which hay$ not yet j Milil hat Kelp NaMie Too Rur T* T o" the. style or *aeef "L T. 1
~g yt~rdy acuittd Ca~2fln H ArMSadIs T. Pille *has been dissal
two city women accused of selling rum lthou been'releaed or general use in the .'S.A., Colonel 0. C. wenlger, More*%anhil0vod i t bnII o mutual consent u-from the
IIII, j^ ^ f ^ American Adviser to the Anglo-American Caribbean Commission on ,,e mivr'L cnr. tuy n ta M day of July. 1l44. 5 far as W
54/ I~~q onintM s thetm,'h~rhNDbelow th e Llcenrks the sold Teluy Pillis' *I
g E the Control cf Vecereal Disease, told a "Trinldad Cluardlan"re-iei"-om 54 A b .thes mid businesses
,4 = per lb. .4to2. ,re PtoLa fogte
Porter yesterday. Alr i IO3 P iT'kd help 10 UI.1 lot'.a debts due to and owlIW 'A
mig inAprilWege'r01wo hamperLit "he said lae irm wW be n
b e Ian Am erican dt t to-onel Wenger, who hadoben 11"1 elne-al e6' I h ^em v -ro^h"l=land i rsa
't th sam et r N e Feli it* Ar a sedto make a statement on a 'I wen]i,.:,.'p.,p.irt I..'".of. ,h3i undesigned who will contain e
toj noteM for ruY e ^lct Jlease relating to the 36 mm.. X- _t ,.ooudigestl.t. l)whjteealstnniinN.ua the wits or s& of"L T.
but water ne y machine for mass chest-testing, Ir 0 no.1wsyt r fnk' gr i he id o e a iei athtT. P1111'r
came on t, which has been in operation mt the i fe. l belc. r irf.,i ou, head vohr Datled this I "t d
Caribbean Medical Centre during L afI 3July I lk s t,,anu,' l ie rh nu,'hradtov.' t L 7.
JeveIopm ePL the past month, emphasisted that 1t. ,re Liver 1"1119front %our'herriawe I_3"_.
that o his first n the equipment used here In the
return two nights ervice from Miami to San Juan, Planned campaign was the most modern. GROCERY BARGAINS
8 good time Paerto Rico, by Pan American i --- He Pointed out that the X-ray ma- I
was that Hernandez World Airways. i beis t plannedI Tirnldadl Ouardlan Crrespolndent. chine took 250 picture an hour 53 MARINE SQUARE
a arranged and had for early Inauguration, it was an- CHAGUANAS, Aug. 0--The popu- and added that penicillin had been i a P p p 20
twq bottles of rum bounced on Saturday by Vice- Mr. Kendall tee, l(. third son of lous Feicite Village, comprising ordered for use at the centre but, Titone 1SU. aris' pPlace. part empti; tr20t
Sthe preme President Wilbur L. Morrison in Mr. A. D. Lee. ci1 merchant, more than 100 acre 'with more was to be expected, this would l Old S1 Joseph Road. Lonq
Bf charge. Mr. charge of the Latin American Di- leaves Trinidad soon to study than 500 houses, will be acquired n6t be arriving until after the r- Circular Road St.t inn's. Frederick.
the story told by vision, following copmpleiion of dentistry at McGill University, by Government for a housing set- quiremrnts of the fighting forces George. Nelson. Si Vincent and
~~ ~no oe crediblelsas'slactory "familiarisation" flights. Canada, where his two elder bro. tiement, it ts reported here. have been met. e...
by the defence He The 35-passenger China Clipper, others, Mr. Carl Lee and Mr. Upon acquiring the village Gov- The British Information Services- -.--=- -- Queen Street% HSoverl .jilding
InamarThe InformaionSeros n! --------------- Worke'Homeven-
teuas one in^ veteran of the Pacific which re- Ralph Lee, are pursuing courses. ernment will construct proper* statement Is as followsIml

t h e dig nity~n t a t th e c e t yo p r n
?Uonnvedthe ou he cently has been operating between Like his elder brothesKendallroads and drains, while a potable "ular d p tlte. Ghi.the MMI
the d agsin forntdh M rn n-iami a and Cristobal, Canal Zone, received early education at r- w ant stem water,"sostem-willals be installed L e s l sne O C
n anmerd ki-n g will be used on t 1,040-mile US..A. quiility Boys, Intermediate School, and a recreation ground provided. sent in wartime tubercolosis work. Large and small loans on mort- qukk finl
to commit Co Puerto Rico run. The proposed later attending Queen's Royal wil bowd tn rai whe ir "t hse method of examining the heart and NORMAN DAVID-FaVcjTdKd the alkalizer refreshing,
peoplehisoremarks schedule will have the seaplanes College where he recently eb- will be sllowed to rear their stock yethodofeex.iningthe hert an
h thatPn m "is also planned. lungs which has been made possi- Real Esta,e Agent, you need efeescnt
celea' ing International Pa mr- ained is first class school cer-Ura
ofivydto the Pli can arota in. e t1 tificate. He has three chances at The village is presently served ble by the modern camrera using a 30 St. Vincent Street.
_P m. and arriving in San Juan at the Island scholarship but pre- by an assisted school managed by high angle lens.
8 the folowing morning. On the fers to enter the university now the Canadian Mission, This build- '"It works as follows: Thle X-ray
iven to the Police lf ing will be replaced by a new one tube sends rays through the
gieaitlandwhenflhe httheliprwilepartand r wdyearwithin the next six months. patient's chest and they form an
of coal for fml an atm c c en ar v nThe school had quite 'a n'cct.s- image on the sensitive X-ray .. ,/
Z ubeg eolsbruhti' in Miami at 4,45 pmn. His two brothers have finished ful year. gaining "very good" ss screen. The special camera with
edule price brought The purpose of the overnight the second year B.Se. at McGill fui yr gaining avery good" th screen. The special camera with L' .
yetrdvwhe hd,' sc:hedule^ Isto. provide Imroe wit credit.k Car gann the :
who efficiency award and annA' by Mr. W. J Andr passenger Is to. provide rvteoed with credit, Carl lahipnng tor higher Gobin Cup and the Teeiueksmhno graph of this chest image on a
b WJ Court. d between the malS. and cargo serica'se Robert Bruce scholarship for high Trophemblems of ricet and piece of celluloid film. about one
r tthe U. and America's standing, )athletics for schools In the Cha- inch square These squares are on ,
Mich, who was accused Caribbean OGibraltae at Puerto Rico. --- 'Iunnch sontiare s squares are
6loffering the coals for Mr. Morrison stated. A~proyal of* gusnas ward.-
ering he coal or Mr. Morrson stated. pprova of The village has been In exist-ne a continuous strip so arranged that
1 1rinanded and di- the Civil Aeronautics Board in jae f" for th,.past25 years. The Fel- hundreds of pictures can be taken '"
rl eWashington has been requorted to M .lle GJ D on, a i cite Estates provide employment in one hour. This continuous strip It i only v natural hat Atkinsona Fau de
'offered a bag of coal' operate eight flights weekly, in for hundreds who reside the r of film Is then developed, and each Cologne should be so much missed, But
for 1200 ns'ead rof addition to the present total of 48 fEach householder-, besides cultiva. picture, containing the chest image when peace com.,.Aikinson will retu.m. In
trips weekly between Miami and lrting" a kitchen garden plot which and serial number of one indlvl- aficr-ar noic>\ it %ill again have it in.
San Juan of which 42 are land- Ci I yields him a tidy return, is en- cual case, is magnified on a screen dispensable place in the toilette-charming,
Splane and the remainder seaplan gaged in rice planting. Man iy of so that it can be examined by the soothing and refreshing at all times.
nallinan The China Clipper made theA the nave increasd tho-ir rice radiologist.,
S'familiarisation" flight to San Juan Ap. hlin HVe nL plantings this season. A few de- "Mass radiography, of course, A1
Del egraTi ~ te l r"'" h B the return hop in spend upon the fishing Ind.istrv. much cheaper than taking hun- A* K I| SO s
1n dn- nrone hours, and tertunhpi muhceprta II SN
s5U le ix hours and 50 minutes. Three Residents there are anxiouyslY dreds of full-sized films, and these Mr. C. R. BORNFC I ( N
awaiting development stof mthe cail-pG0niDtrelpiture than taking g in 1 G Alo
ItlT Guardlan" learned Ao Aoffcials accompanied con ation of Mr of the vi- miniature pictures give a general A
t His Honour E group of Pai ericanrepreen-Donawa In the post of Assistant -______lerndofimaioindicationaofbwhether.th h is14
Third numtehJudge,ethrtlrges on the flightAccountant General as fromJanu- normal or not. anideirtbethfr a lmrge B eaRd t 0 SH )E
w i rs, ohea aryr1, 1944, is announced in yes film Is desirable r more adequateae
o n prresshej T B Manager terday's oyal Gazette." He wa St. Lucia Seeks -nsecton ri- a CTO Y
A ttornes-Oeneral! Manager aot t cfce oi Octo- "Ms's radiography ot .I szc .- A.
~ ~~~~appointed to th~e cffce on Octo am a a er......
Westr2,1d40naCol- 'berre29,1940.o met.tod of final diagnosis. and must
E S S To MetCommittee _________d6 ^? ^SLO S ,S K-^- .,.~a--
To. Other appointments announced F r Manag not be treat.d as such. Blt it en -- ILc .... .... ..
Rallinan wait until are as follows: Windward Is'and's post for ables the population of a school. a 1 o~ia.ensed Registered Ma-trr in
factory, or even a wtlie area to be Boots and Shoes. Board of
to the Trloftld Me W, J. Williams, general man- $r'. W. H. R. Armstrong, As- which applications are being in- examined quic',ly and cheaply. It Industrial Training, Trinidad
e.Oeneral of th8e of the Trinicia Electricity sistant Superintendent o1 Polic-, vited here is that of Farm lAt
began on Wednes- boad, at the requs,. of tue Cuy from April 16 (on secondnment for Manager of the Stock Farm and Is largely In use throughout the and Tobago, 1930. s idit
bega rn W ne Louacal's newly-appointed Electric two years), Mr. M. N. Lucie-Smith, Dairy centre to be established In fleh servicese. A number of sPe-2 Organistr and First P Tesid nt.
expected to run into Traaclhise committee, will attend Agricultural Officer from Septem- St. Lucia, it was officially an- ai ny desl",nf X-ray unritsd are hbe- WSt.Crispins 14OCA OT
the conference Is the iext committee meeting to be ber 1, 1944; Mr. M. W. Gilkes, nounced yesterday. throuclnut Britain. Two of the 3 Diploma City aa'd Giids of . . ..
i O Roberts-Wrw, held a. the Town Hall on Monday Principal Officer, Grade 11, Edu- The post carries salary of $1,728 thr hoI l -siBra ri. aTo r b the 3 Dieo'm aIn s BT O, n illy d Boos
to' the Colonial Of. afternoon, August 14, the "Trinl- cation Department, from July 19; --96--$1,920 per annum with fm(e siti str of -e"et t i b e She 199 s o
In Tlinidad a tR dad Guardian" learned yesterday. Mr. G. R. Ablack. Senior Clerk, partly finished quarters, and a PritishMintry lti nro S1rpl9l,
-)+enie t ()f two a f.,,dv kent but1 4 Expert in m making S l~ e l .
At the committee's meeting last District Administration, Caroni. travelling and subsistence allow- Plnfot'mt ef two at sev oSpe bt pcialises'
| __Tuesday afternoon Councillor H. O0. from July 11: Mr. S P. Barnes, ance of $240 yearly. nfortuael lost at E t i e l
Tueda s --. Boots,~n Bevst Simpers Sheioies ~'
e iB. Wooding, tWe Mayor, in view ot Accountant, Health Department, General assistance with livestock GE i making Boys' School Shoes
irls is two or three weeus' holiday visit January 1. probeans will be part of the farm ST OR R Half-sole and minor repairs
SG l to Barbados next week, appointed Senior Clerks: Mr. E. D. Peter, manager's duties. LONDON. Aug. 10 (Reuterl -The are promptly attended to n\
M ed al .Alderman Tito P. Achong to act Legislature, July 19; Mr. H. L. Candidates should have practi- German news agency annoutncd Football Boots for sale, as a 0 Jid ...
M ed Uduring his absence as chairman, Rousseau. Judiciary, Supreme cal experience of livestock and ani- tonight the "Fuehrer has personally made to ord'r.\.-' -'-
"The Mayor will preside at Monday Court, January 8; Mr. R. E. mal husbandry. The selected one decorated 8.S. General andi Col-
In 1942. Belmont afternoon's meeting. Garner and Mr. A J. Young. it is stated, might be required to onel-oeneral of the Armyse ipC. R. BORNEOertAtV .C Mr
0irst Sc atyal It is understood that one mem- Secretariat, January 1. undergo a special 4-month course Dietrich with the Oak Leaves with C R BO E J Ar eyoueeewomra,
amrs lac lstyerelniht' ros f heIrAsros.flowers? ro
S Malo sawa ydeda ber questioned the Mayor's action First Class Clerks: Mr. W. Chen, in animal husbandry for which swords and diamonds to the / og" A ow ot -t
o the elementary 'in thi respect as Counclluor Albert Accountant General, March 20; all expenses will be paid. Knights' Cross of the i ron t Cross r 6, aELLF 1t STREET,* eo n ..
lony, the Educa- yOomes,.Deputy Mayor, is also a Miss Grace Vieira. Accountant- -P (the highest order of the order)."I' Park S'reEt ,at phem T
t announced yes- member of the committee, and the General, August 1: Mr. E. E. Port-of-Spain, Trinidad, B.W.I. o n .Scott's n..t..
Ma or explained that in this in- Beard, Mr. M. V. Lee Sing. Mr. G. pr srim eport SHORT NOTICE 'Phlone 4906. pleasant tastingaesieW
honouiable mention stSlice it was not necessary for the Isaac and Mr. C. D. Hatt, Audit; Summetariy m "" N T'I""C"'E
.loo of which Mi,., Deputy Mayor to act as chairman. Mr. R. M. St. Rose, Education; FURNITURE SALE ,
Sheadmstres. stood The committee has been asked to Miss 1. St. o, Euan Summary Promised OnInstructions received from
list n the 1941 com Iiestigate the possibility of open- PhillipMr L. E. Rousseau and Mr. Eugene Rupa, formerly of I_
ngimmediate negotiations for Mr. r Gover er ntwl not publish the British Guiana, who s leaving the
9 Det ,t for 11143 is as ltg immediate lcrc dra-M.G. H, Pay'ne, Health, from Goengitwl o uls h iiihGinwoI evn h .atro h lcrcudra-Jnay 1 r ,C atn ulrpr fte Cmut fCln ihhsfml o i
M et it for1943 In as ty *IOCOA .9Atheelectric urtam I l ltJanuary 1; Mr. G. C. Martin. full report of the Commtae of Colony with hisrfaminly for his
I1 ong.*a r o e Police (Immigration). January 8; Wquwry appointed to investigate homeland, the undersigned will
Girls' Orphang Alo going on holiday from Wed. Mrs. H. Perkins, Industrial Ad- a rtpor. on certain complaints. se-ll all his well-kort household
Government. arrelfl wcAuguste Mr. H. W. viser, January 1; Miss C. Main- by inmates of tile Leprosaraium, fiirniture and effects by auction
oGovermit n Finnt I nc Cou r wee o t rapnd got, Judi Sreme ourt e Leiac a e on the date, time and place here-
dirl Government.aay ureeCut
C. owe vernat. leatGve. July 19; Mr. H. 0, Roberts, Mines Ocial Intimation of this wasinafter mentioned:-
Is1f lo' G wvernm ent. In rour we eks v c o ver ed e g ot, Ju d i B;ryI Gupnr e outs, na--r .
S n F n Rl lee.January 1; Mr. N. A. Redo, given In reply Weanesday to quest. Drawing room suite wicker chalr
I RC. gro naedD Public Works,. April 1; Mr. E L Lion put In the Legislature by te ing roo soite witrhable .-
.M. Pouachet, Mr. S. M. Chan-Pon Hon'ole Roy Joseph on whether (in good r condition) with table.
V lie Methodist. Fisherman Drowne and Mr. M. L. deVerteuil, necre- Gtbeenmer would lay on th able. 7-tube G.E.C. 1942 Model



a."6-.eoeed te odtrpclhgee Betwo roke r I andl Stret*a-grass .KV miS eicec.TafteA'off
^ _iy er, m- ajo rlmnlvIaiVDaln o oiyn h Di- reported by s-othe commiteei Table. S-tube ay G..C 192t Aumodelt y ^-^s^^ L } *"""" 'tll~Hf~
ea ic Boat Ca iz tariat, January 1.that investigated h ereor cent stikeRadio, Mirror, Cetre table, Ha t-




K""1 '-- rlmiay nuiyitote c TePrll. c~ t hat Mr Investiate thereent mstxler 400mI'' 0 Anil^I 3^' F~han.... ..l.
SThef t As Boat Capsizes at Chacachacare. Rack, Simmons 4' 6" bed and
The reply states that Govern- Slumber King Spring slid Mat-
SP ty *.ua rn Correspgondent. For n, Entries ment did not consider it, necessary tress; 1 Cyproe Wardrobe with ir-
Property 'LOCO Aug. 9--Arthur James, a Entri ex o s to lay the full report on the table, to; 3-Winge\c Bureau: Portable
ance Noir fisherman, wa drown- o but a summary of the committees' Gramophone with pick-up; Din-
Correaipondemn ed off Aragua Trace here on Tuea- Close Augu st 3 recommendations and a progress ing Room Table and Four Bent-
11--U.S. Govern-I day afternoon when a fishing boat report on steps taken to imple- wood Chairs: Side Board. Siner
4 two inm roublel an which he and two other fisher-a lp or l sestkno lmpe 1oo C ir id eoa Inil tae
el stam i n inth men were going out to sea cap- Royal Sanitary Inetitjte exa- ment them would be laid before Sewing Foot Machine, Oil tore
L t here. sized in comparatively shallow minations and related meetings of the Legislative Council alid made 02-butrner), H t, Plate, Tricycle,






11crGrnaa M~e dia OffimeCo r. ha0 Noveen 4,en th Inomto WA. UT Completes ing. Han Macine OeSor
the B.W. Board of Examinersa available to the Press. Six Bentwood Chairs. Meat Safe,






| wTK^ ERlllllH /.,?^ ^
Ramlal, was sen- water. I -om Brass Bowl..Electric Heater Elec-B
m 1Ionths' impro'n- The body wan quickly recovered will be held in British Guiana thisBE
Manndssl atepiw e- year during the week of October trick Pan, Washstand, Singer Sew-
"cselon t o(, f steal,, and ,atwas eialater viewedofieby the Dis-yea30 -Novemberd lg h4, wethe Information IOnge M WH l and Machn.,one Shrt.w, B,,.y.:,,,.
..f lenise Rober t ote arca gOf hisfatherCPost Bed, Iron Pots, Pillows. ln- A Ltrmayfeea ilydigust
SrthreLeon hsse Roberr tsthiaJames, metyarsimilargfate E,.xaminations ae for certfcates Libr Coens, Crockery, Clock, Kitchen hecau,.eav;,y.ds ,,,,
at L aforae, but his body was never for sanitary inspector, eat and ssPictures, etc., etc.
coveredd. other foods, tropical hygiene, U Plate:sIs; LPwit Strc, et .anI4 drel"IcVi,,. Tl-Cempiw
y e ruton olo e... a a- health visitor and school nurse. Mr. Donald A. Wiles, who has Fernando. defiyT ask. ihe ibe
g der ei,,t-Mar lPrcliniinary Inquiry Deadline for notifying the Di- completed a six-month cose i Time: Saturday, the 12th Ail- in Fleischan's
Sade Prelit'A.u t rector of Medical e'vices here of lbray science at the Centrai ust, 1944, at 1.30 pon.
ac a d,,+ Adjourned To Auut21 ineti.on to sit is for August 31. Library Scheme, Port-of-Spain, Trerma: Cash on the fall of the
: Preliminary inquiry into the ac- The period October 31---Novem- back In Barbados. hammer. 6
IMm, Wries, a former master of GEO. IAMDIN, f r, Fle~sdhmanns Yeast is one of the
iJJIK G id cusation against Francis Fortune, jber 3 is fixed for the written and Har-ison College. Bar'bados, was Auctione.er. cetnurlsarsofteV-
".z. '.uiers (i,,.ki in the Registrar's Offcte, oral exailnattlora.5, selected by the Barbado~s Govern- 'Hhet atrasresofl e,.uuilai 3-Co. lea
i frnn offerin a reward of $200 to The board will have a prelimin-metttaea It-otcore________________a Tketiedlyhlfoubfre els.
Roland Forde, a messenger, in sry nieeting on October 30 for 'offered by the British Council+ He: 'p...o ahdi ri ucml tw ier. ~ f"s
order to obtain for him certain preparations of questions and mak- came to Trinidad early this year
Gurdan ude-documents in connection with the ftog final arrangements f[or the and returned to Barbados on T'fues- N E
ntar ne Guiders Rex. y Ameer Mohommed and be their final meeting for pine- back here about September 4 andW E L MD
't1iaidad and have stha a~, was begun in the Second paration of report of results of will proceed to Canada shortly at-
oudef a ramie rls ofl .Polhce. Callo.Curt yesterday before Mr. the examination and discussions terwards to complete the coucase
arcs Mr. J. A, Wharton appeared for of other matters on the agenda. with a year's study.
"l''55, It is stated, Fortune and after evidence OfiF R U E --+ ;
froni each of' the Chief Inspector Kelly and Mr. A. F R N TU E '.
'Vincent. Antigua, V. N. McCracken, Registrar of their L
'med Grenada, while Sulp, eme Court had een takeni O UC
Ii l expected August 21.N W .. R A DE O A T- nCi ll
i 5 ndrtd, Rudolph Layne was yesterday ww..a _leduced P le
-aIs ed Gunderatod ordered by Mm. A. 3. Hamilton to .a-e..R:lu
: )0 ndGudesstand his trial at the next Assizes WiliCAml "+
fortn their respective oanaccusation of maliciouslyST P PE S i TONAF SU/B C SE te w.
I. .Doesgrotvrotbodressesrm. men's hres osntirtt kn
$"N dstsd. 6 e sd ilt fetsaia.-tmi" we have+ to isrego many
V O U S.RT LS S Nowtng odr.,Canb.,,edrigt after oo.a o.n PR E SEDDNTS - pleasant things, and ,


mom& '4. A pure. white, gresecless, atria. fee 9'" 4 mum tetI ilaIM p^a 5 fs am n . o rears
I- val. ..hngcream. ,s ' of in utais.wh.n. boft W o n s.. transparent Soap. Some o the special
IIIuNBIW 3 LitnaaiWithc4otinerwayat og&Jedeets used wii k I U H
S. Am-id hi.. been .awarded the Cut and Etched Glaouwoaee do. Iredientf used i. making ft an waned
%Ebb g I approval Seal of sa Interns. ses dow or u e|s
,tional institute of Laundi s E.P.N.S.,eChinesetng Carvd: ,akpml,,tourgentlyeforI w rpwly


Ij^K~fyrs"*^ss^ gS B B1^ 48f*to ben THEles SAoE fabric Ba111w crcwaties. uas clan? !^^^B"1
ora re arlom. Mtfai' cimami give them up. But when XBuni E*
4111111m Ilimlt 1 bAi sreu to Phole ,699 H V^s, Jewelry, C'a.-o ,1., t u te, "
anddSticks, etc., etc. %f, t ,f milo1 .,, shall be happy to givey weK yr jwA.:,-,
l +.k ,,-t.Ln,'. Pears Soap spin in plenty.
1ftt-27Lyd sia Io s Uaudy a vaps r,
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p~'ern the+ rM iflarl chaIte l '"oIr ~ IIHOBE "LOCALIT. ISUPERIaR SImoNSl .. -AuI- n .e ......... -.-L I ..... -=;.- of-SpaI., who does not undertake Ymla" I~l+
-ev.wttcemen 5 Sdt-U I .- 'i ~ is.GnC n Cilren.00 ---"PARWAY UES HOSE (pet e D.-Sie ll e S.. &Io mt. Verya MACKNOWLt-DO- N, 2iI +- .. ..
it I.1g1e T. lnll f flth .a--A 10. *Que*a 'sl Park avatl, lmhaO-llr" rate. 14m DImR M i n .... Ch...p....... Irc M C.3 anm.i er An to ace7 0 p te 1" "rA MO E hI.
' _ LOCALL MADE S~fO,. White B,,eh. IM3R~flA mUSW_ De11 Street. IPIose 4U1.--Aug. 10 7--15 Pallham Sltreet. o o eeealwoaoolPsln $3,100 e~nd, nonther, oereinl~ettve ot._th~ewn fn m ily ,. eg to ~II., offer.
Su ~ tedeS. Two-Tunes. 1.000 pn re to leceert l BOARDINO AND L ODI NG. .Banhelor 9.-10+Vacant ose. W o bo thn t...... wh o att ndoed t e f ora ________________
froJ ,ImJI llsm Glr~ffith.' ito Henry Street.,--Au., so pre... i ferably. ApplyM rsl. Quitsl ll.dreaWe. end Varavai,.... .. .. 7n Stant owhre sthe. ttena l of ithndo leno In
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3 A d. s .- A I W NOA.lTsm. RE& l. COLA DING. IS M! Au. Ires*lvatl'ls. labelS. CitriC Acid.. b MehOt N. 'Pho BUN 0.-A ugW a.o acr ...8nng Rfmpeetbl l to do to ndevd ua 1y I
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I~, T .... I-~ ".. 01 -Als) l IS SM.AS i*-T *t W R . ^. ; am ov HO2MOL Santa C*.r ux. wih d welkla I -HILLIMA- -. 0o0 us 7 P O L S H N G
11111 -.. 11GAPErLous. BNG.d? Iub. eeIA NN Ta Sond Parknt cason ieto IC51w aist oues______________et.. yildng__________________I*_1_____ilofbrckad he ppf lor







In I P a B no tem.elr r, Rar "hl.erb elurS a ntw e Ir",1anA.Apy.o o Henry street or -04 0Country C:ub n." iOr preeable. r J, McOONALc THOMAS LU LLIO-A requiem Maelt for the
AI Ivitfl trr se 41peatwd' wlher1 hbyIl nt7o S t htp b th-< -- -t I-rcma o COwNC REE .34.--.Aug. 15. "oT M 3P 8 PROPERTY SP o CIALT4 B late Geor e Andrew Lu 0llnlo. Ro f W ry odsII N ,





14~ huedl-l3 ft H~OrOD lb.i robt.e prouct thrur toor IV?4STON BLOCK pliensae pristel~~rt *32-3 Chan~ort StrOUt. church, MondA y 4th. 8.30l gm.ir Ft or h (ends-l<
'-ta a ~ l d~ no.111 sierlsa or 0 f SaDniernolal Sanent. O. L ere IH~D, Ctforable-- t reet al oe uttl
itell^s ^ ^ss ^ w i$L MIJpnen ipotilfa* Apply so a-SIT.v^ A^ "4---- --; -^ w~ -"1 "" o luau- pomaisi to Mon ; o7


mrmundn, W TelOphone lea,- SVept 3. PA O ooIon ,'"WO+ withf tae late Mrs. 3i taifasn
I I ..... I.; .NURSE ndC&... ... .I Cci9l siln. eunr s treetI month Apply nidA nd. ioo, lobnrSnM PrCorty P J It o0 il.Ur lha m 0- - i
I,. S .1AN-. 1 App.y. 4OV..A. PIANO, go...o d. tio Sr o. o e ..... ..... ua ,_ o re t fM..goft en o 4 0 oO.rAf Weit bentSt rL.1..h Mo d R r
11111i-.-A l, 11 -....C-O A CD....R hn44.3.. g... S?. clHIlPI AT I O ritP n u-pAp 1 '. S. I ruint aln te. o B wM2 Alk tw. o, u ew$ Btei4a1mnaa'. ueo rt. Augu c ortod ah har 0 am Rlatve "tdy u Fo f r e i rt e
"hzWNlE-A 9Rc anNhSEak. e B O T A O RIR BU NG LItLi a t weL rt Ur y ul v n --.a r W3on wri (lhO. y. r tA no T Hat ill be i d1
1I I+I-eANuT Aes ro tr re anrgi espr, m-t o?- "itt quanti ty Coo"P1nROt....RumD1.....yTr reiedr114nilty p94*111t: IrIu l $'eda i on y. taerItb.SWtretlent, u 1 rl 0 -00 td tr. at h. Cr h Ad t t t eI
"I'l, j "IIf -M en1+t A01111 .rn r ar ormernLy oew dg intg. ,i at 7. 50 PIer gaChon. a. ,-o- -o .. o *o rI.te t fiee d Hteaa skd trloatt n md.f o( (i -i .e
IV' T a DW rkin hour. ? Toki1. R E RfredeBhk utrel t odlcltte d.lr ur at.i ., 1 a hl>outh Quytretrent. it G L C S I ro nad J n Do te y of at ,
I U i m d t O 1 A. W e e t n . . .. h r ttn e TrO . I N E I;U h , I p o,. ne*l l l Mhe e t on e r a R A V E L an l o v i n g m o. oI m yT O
myo)K EErAL. P "" ,Ol s vk AIR ESclttI.NGmue i iy o"S I.4 orma I...3








t Or a1--*. r Io Gtnafn,noO. -Ahone nLro61t4 SAIC lera Dl. SepIt T BURNlCE OR and Mu eALpeAL Bungalow, 02Larng Str-t eo Meaed MtIAM mo* bu. -.e-mor- ty -ayo. my cn ti H nd
"iS .wl Tuufnt. Apply 7 Verdant B Relll rerd.---lleimt., 5.Fy i n-e good d Teep|,a 'HiOmE An S oOR l nAL C ore r1.p U S FOnv n AL a_ orld, naod near s C, r- treME TNed tis i l fer L oi Henryt R a, v Io wh 31 A vla etf
- V -7A"t NrcAl sU. 13. s MB Dhi.te IUI eM mb PUI S treeItn ( MC 09.I Aug. I L. o re c tnsMODERN BUNGALOW AS, and a CL OUb S rGILd ProperTH ,M 4S addres t h s wl e idfr he r to'
PNe, t7V _XPfKirce aw C OOK ... nla eem a i ln. Th C hinro rc tl r pr r m C-ROoWN CORKS In BA M . i".brenitr e *nfAo.nsrd n. N P r b o eC M rte orMn d 14 t pr h r ni I
pte2tM-.AUgl I11S, lol-Dr.u ae Lovell. D.TC., 4h.I t, to o per carton Apply n to 1 enry1 o e Gree n S g t reet.Ar stA.Adr .. et Matca forI AonI 4. t etr Church. FI . INC
I liionssl IcORTERSPIZA GrOTEnot Foeegn.isroodalesing. fiat. b.M &M .t.iidt-ttpto 8.kindlyaccept "deellUO l Pewt on.








a l" O WAT E. 1 r e i treet,- (U o A.b) at ea O h y rorpdetrs fr Itb reel ept.3 & -
AS re m1 iR. lR l M e .A .. ---le 1 ARE TOU A''ARic IART.; flo sea..l to bard wurker. Aseilatlon (R~eglatered),--Aug. an 1 ansce you with youir cO*Kttng. It in hlgI7 t-_ i]`r n Na(el. fPho e sold3 Partd7 c-ular, Cuaub J-. C .-Thoma. 10---- -...-. ''ut 141- ..P vr eemee
Appl ....r R0 p. m .S ..mp ,, .t.ei -.. . . . ,.re ommnded for brownR POS Sin ESSIONk Of. r-I-ncl d.' PhOne Nrayotr. -A u g.o. .,- .C P ossersionA113,0 1:.. Ish. b-- Eer rem em b er
Road -- .. ... H .nil _AO. ...i.. 1 CI ROPODIS EY. .. ..end roaalta, and for solO,...,+upa..tews pO _ta CiOnr l Bof o. 4enld, 43 Old Iunnor, by ncri '+.L+ A olA A --ng uband. em w o ur[[
xmrI A woric "Ortvim orTfeelA II Le nTaICM graviLeeand saucen Delglht yoor friends treet. __8_._Annsvenue,_Greew___ __ __ de ir Pat who panmed away on Auguetad
Ljval. CABIN"owedcayo",e= tIATe WOLLIITM A O OT. AUK t.o. be M_________ade 1onIR-In sared mor of our
provied. e .a* tC..... 4o.2remtde, ChoRn 3. 450 f yo ur yPonx 7. ,. ...... 1C.',,r.al n fr Tre.w rOnl Re en ANNOUNCEMENT. A it I om or ho.hod gon,
, day avo a *I S

bftr uJ 4 t L l slarlnl i A CTreu ire. i fIt 's .0 IStre l et. Neo MS. fourl Ds b nperior a edc to th_ unln er i o n.To.....nsoia t Ui and Street. f risrtA ed ld. Green ,c y B kDth,&r p t0, ), P ort-
for n:-a 3 er r -A I g A R r R T Anm M r. It di I Is obtKn. 5 5.| Tnu epN a and. 2 tSo O r.a SA tree. & "n'IOng.. ap Mo11th, 1939. t a ti --
fariul ri e nct 1111102111. LO CALL O U SES aMMNd te aS from al- the -eading grocers.and.ItsIfI--Iof-Spainiwhoedoes nAtS.nderLake
Appy re ba OR~ to eith at~ J. TO B E. pily 511- tc seconomW --100. Tr ma belle of, 2 IA-t SR E. nn 1 elly I oRN Fr~m A ND unP EmptyC.E IVcaery AC iKNOWL9 ver4M IlEN T ttcett; ihs o








oske. and-to TrPM Ke nn Sret g olte Road. Apply:L n o beto.p. Qu:,een.R R Cer) Prr once D edertc An v n h Is In t e s home onDN
__lt td an rdlt~et aorSpr I~ 0 1 sd P C AS G .s...i.lly.pre- P t,Ie.. St.e. H A ugT1si Tt. tres eir. Hx Pae- ~ te Old
B iS 1 r, Cr-nld a-i L 4 eM I t d P a l ste '- ih e im o r roff i .e l. ru w l hl DCr r J.K, A (. p a r kMt pl -fo re :Dcu lMna ry. .-t b e Kn olltar a d, P anen t od M ot h --y eD 2 l Beg LAN.e retap o>rs d e o t i R me o, e r u s
I, -- %1 stBeeN U--M 4'-I A-uoAIM2 o L.i- A g O A RT P T R nox.IT 'Phone 32 -A l. It. PU*PY abPNL months old. Please con. or tl odo y her brought before us el *
It 011110140% - PLOCA RLY MAIS 1EUR0111,C hiROPODIST. I igra98Do tetT-y M nhy rna: 52. ~ B e1 L CK C C E P NE s rt iaa tn of then famlow, e a ofer










l reet Rt-H M. 'a A-' IT.r ly new': N40' OU BOA 1 O C. 2 I COM ORTABL. 'DW LLING RdOUSE, itnlcats wth, Lennon Kitai*d 3 4lenuder- Memories oh five years ago. (rt- l
sine Nine ght oft -HTwoSTn". .0 L i rs t onl sertl heP~ct -m Pimp Ring----- enteRes n uANDonLa ROaDGN Packing Phone 5751.Vaca tHueis.ar odboffre kug t. h ORank In hoaffentdonthe fmem ralof









._r Er .A I-A t1. for Amerlyon medira gl 5., Apl no,. or o.tr or e O r Ap--iy R o ,,. t, .... .olB.y ht -,1 OtM+, A r onh-, . who p,.d .wy Hfa .a 'r
A ,aa dt o~s fo en et lo utiv y MsI.j~f tucltRo eet Hg wy Od ve, I ALDPana maian.LA S'S I bun ensd J rdan. whtocpasioed awy thon- ', ~g








l PALs d t*CRO y .. ... gv. SWEDI MA II+r. sorrectmgi TWO SINGER TREADrEic M 09.INE-Ifipoua 2.--on. 84.100. Knox. Phone.o e.- ease. itth prescription chrd Sod name en irArtgeat It, 102.---R..P
,IL Sep .n nl l l. aln. rmedr Ia tpalnlmiyt I rOT neCl. Ml onl. d Tho 3 Clr. Ro ChaVtteL. AAu -1. m ned. lPIonder reirEst to "Tr ll(dad Gu.- 't o ear today haye paMned ar ey l I.
t, mut leej In IIm Ils, ll. CES: CORNS. IN GROWING A 1 lision.E JUST RENOVATED 1 d d.an Res ard. Aug. 11 "Litmpher it's though as yeeterday
b e do ob WN OAI T LLO E. r ACIAL DIS T iOK MA HCit HAcie d bedruom All moT* Whie breath remain I cannot forget ;
11 t iours C. Bas, lub._ "st YR W*, r eet or'w ned E ptttrehe .. "










y MCIATEn tulne D) omet ely e,- Offe: Dontd Tim.a 4 Charlotte. Aug 1. erm ronven OleoRem large yard hittable for MEETINGS A ENTERTANMENTSI )u Lunard dea rNt; f
-- ie? -"fo .Inveetinen--(-h-et e-d-' 3480s $o VREDERICK SRE T IC~ neur TreanJfer, DFMAND AMERICAN BAY RIIM It's t+nilry and Kitlthen garden, Nt,. 2 Petra SELE+CT D)ANCe lot tees a'.re *mtnd- --Ils Loving MothrP A
Very 11110 0. ne..W r Ite ellta lo s p#Oar, tu rer .by notinfred ht gh e _trad e._Ap uoplyodwer 3_.r e_-- oArug ._12 .lyTH ._edSPECIALISTr'_latetA teng.ISMuW IN
a "I ".ayk O. t r fo rth aov pA ,outh Qi oy -Aug. ii. lob 5 W ndt Cohee S.. oH treet MK E N F- .C.. ich Booi.SaSn at A.. Roar mi.h ofi W
r.1, lndIn' e shpr igh I o am- Sevue rnacyanrreaties-inly tted.- ug.1.
. -1. ... .. o...... ..1..... A HX8 a vt HO iOR 11111 I(1 ew Brnd B nglo gSO& J









.',', D-12 experiential 0 Co.. of 33 tr___en _y street,_ Suppi esN E dw ardstreet FO fI, siN vi COTS. WOod I SC AERA TRIET, St. Jsme. Apply 16 kerna4Sdo at p lm Promuters. n4inces L. ---!--I-- I
. Appl . M... .f4 ot.s Price 1W0-. 4h Bne1mont Valle.r ny AAugri. ,Street. J A nug t u f and N. Moe Mr. an M ,l ...dat.ii ,'1(10 LATE.. TO,.. I L ,I EL RI S 1PU I
00 ENR" 5d Ve tel Stel RSA ANTIS AND FOODS lt,emd Ate. 1. L OVELY NE'bW HOUS+E. latest model. IatiIe* "S,0c, tGenta 41]... HoarC--illJ ... . .. .___





'O n mCxnlC B A .. 4 -x Ve}% m. R[.,^URA "*,".ic r r r .^ .. . .. .. [^ .. ".^ ( R. .wOnnl+ M e Rob W e r ont u 12d6 ^ ." 'PROPE TIES FORr ^ ?:*AL[U KI
a-Au. 5.] .. .ERT...I.I EDlC nrLLAC DAIRY MiO K served Ic . S EWINt MACHINE P" I N* R -" . in.. ina...l... .. +ror.do aApply M2nUssAOn. R y Wet A g 2. AP ROPERTIE AO SALE
.r...Ir C tmnento l Milk Bar I0 Park pOrtir Table, o e. tri S ails operated V tl Pillp No ainonlrReEeop'n Road, aserv lA plp.h et18M. ns I0n3ld .-U in t 1
IT WILtt.LAM ALLO CINGH'0 Y-1 A I NEW I.ARG oE MODREN BUNG SALOW. I PIece. Belle Keu Rody Beimonth-Aug. 14 AMTg. 24 AAEI I .I
I- TE eCI nd COCKTAILS. 211e3d L -eAl ONE NEW THREI upRNER OI a 1 A fredN IS treet ..UN ... cnis nt of tr ano rpo bl et MI or Jd e's Ch IRVING STREET A Son T wesnantdo In The Po lI
i A M tIlusion Bel *o., 'Phone 3130.-sAUg. 213 StTOVE 'Phone 7c73. Aug. m b r gi.. wer trled." n 2 ewergoe iANNl Ps on. 1 Ap.1 HIAy aode o d on prem -.l...
PimLE AS IOnt4qb&ae AL IN R -Au. 2 IDR H AgsI EReREIRA. 1 Ne ADS Hlls Als WIn u room, open gallery DIne .er.lnta bng. WANTD: S OMEONE INTERETE T fAs2. F i c STR7o. m dl pe -a
"OLR 3PuS-OST NOO~i," 15 A' rcrloab Street. +ETr STEEL, StHAFTED GOI, cF 's'bdom elhwtedsin om Iln ANOUNEM. 2 eo FTo AskT mmdaeI~ee ]
wi n-- - HIL MAN MI X aget a Ioi I b nl t T e p re lil'S tr e reelJ m eSeptd osI Fo.ra.. F l o t c ,It E I t lr P on e







+^^: IK s.,o' .ito oo, ^H-,oS- SS.g.S-S. B;s.yd.^ &.. Hutchinson
IYlyeuII RoCi k, Rcla d ltlCl d Rdt. aI rI nglnnr( h 'i t lrlp.8. 1 1 ..) N t P N( r eh sir tt. Ran r Aup O. n ForD 4l b 1dom h, salon RestR3o aPRoPi DwellnEingry
Ln oe e a n d e T w t5uad eM I -RtsA T H AN'D P I M P N it., 3 I N D U T "R Y L A. A p p l y i n d u t r yA A C .A u..i u e P R b r o o s C R T Ml o a nr S a M L
i i cia Reed Ail.BuS.I Spec i rnen, gmet nr hiy i.- la petil alle Ai. t Lane.loms Kitchen. Pantry And Cath.-whoI
pN~ Z~ RIjq, -IS. 0 rom crt ns. AIg 1I



















"O H c r .*. P^ ,.^.. ,.pr .n l ^ -- "" I, ,+ *P* gLt *^ ^S S ^ "+ "o" *r ,^ "Pn"^;? A~ ^ ^ 'o[d;o ^ W^ n^ ,: Ierl .lr ataee to .n^,A'I^,. ."! O^ O EL
7 T O N B ARRON LDGEDRII MLltS n, ; t m e y n ttrWl c e f Pate TOP L T N PI .ANT A !. ; nnotn Sr.l c(ino h u. R MA. rtanntbl lRr N T E mes. Cry stal Strea uls ncOir Rop-e ,
lying, and I .oi oc-0 ClI Alf o. 1?R. l C,> .IG n s. teet.; A. Rau ll o l I-tube on 12, .0o si t. and a s eomeed at 45.00 mpe P.grd -of-d 1 mn. Addret s all o C fferau tree- T E Da n .
s loe Ct -Au O I. aier S. loomt Apel.ly. p C. n mDr.n T id oroorHr.Lioplpl T i,> E PUBLIC sra hereby notified that M ]iahLeA.l'O J. A. W llott, aame thddr
&lOOT tOA an ________U I.,ut. uenan ..Ag... R.--..,R+L5ioonedI ontbodmsefra HUE F AE- ,.. r. EE C O D
I n Otn 1 4. r i s .. ( .U 1,ONE h.A at. PLh AN. T.eA 'rO+ wlt m0 0 ad. P i S. Uibl fr ny debt on d h00 0 -Sraitsd HOUSE at 7th street r loete Vll a ,e ,,oerde.
Coax wkNTID siOTOSteeS FORe SALE Sroe t SAti. 19.I Lurg. n2 ly2 ult DwFtorHosePM-opue rte.Byn ad Seln.144.1. =










Aull.Iwt .W COM MBKIsti" A f tiH na. h Frede rick Offset. .nd w ta.tiy t ,. .,, R prYOls ofn thefu 110oI M unOcVpaIl mCoerunt; J. homas.t W H ITEM A pp l oving Crap. ry Of m Mbl
G ARDENER. R'I-N4l" 1 CSBb,-- y Mebr0 EOl Di. m e H. Pan rklnnSon. Tunapunma, Eastern a 1 PUr CLS.TR. ETp-e.le. San, CeITYo hm allfethihmeasinc te a twientoite ppl Ivtht ird houeP foPmI0 i _
flod ,otoS14 woker Anleat n .egfteed.-Al .NrcooI.











VIA ...T I -- It I 21111.2t you with Y it is b iOlTodar., n ConentleOcel, one1763 "otr s lnd. Of- S1d.A PHULMATun RAMKEEO.ON th i A g.Ee 17r.ememberd... I
p. 1n. Sao C IMUm veryUN' reco m eoo ndnned ...P N,. e O""L B Ao T T H RItok .chop s.e Robert Iltnof No.n2 4t. Jos43OC."n 'orMe RCRISR EET an 57 lCI TY CO U N CIL ! I
X0111 11T AVS U .. -OO. I.1. 1 and8roats, Onf 1111,kQree n-u0 treen Street. Apply Debyatogh o . . . . ... .
t t .Y aDlUC S ao rw e el.a Dodge ,II 'trten mier u t,,oD,00 b. n te Edward Street.- Au g. 20 all' I" etno n a n ga V1-At|3. C e
t ito II An S Ae s -andard I .. Lu. FORD V-S. 'ryres atod Iu CEDAR Immedite eldise. I 1obt a i n-. Au 23 Ag A2LOSt .I IC. hu
-.0.l- i nefrmfilth On 1e S rt Moel BABY 112. any dia n rolelr s, nY quantIty O HO u hr Ao d LA NO 4t lots. TH Uno Ioo i n hSereb TACLreSnd thtf MODERN BUNo ALOW-,San uaun,
taFORD -Tyr10ve, good. 51,a0r 00 ne IC. Slazar iureC No. S Charlotte treal. Circular oan d 51.000.to R wone House at no lungern uou2m t heband sodea 1 ro0 K New Posseesion, 3 bedroom, water, e.,rcs
GlWUAscnm i H o. r inie O enry Street, 1 ,0 0000. Thr ee R a pl y:o beua "naQdeals hic e nrtit Princ e, i rart. sI t 4 M hras, O intl thi acFR










: I'SEBOCK FOR1 IALI 195 Sport Model N PORRI*l.. d R'm.'a Pl couiNng 'lrh otlan Landen I.A'C l o ts,. Ruh o d tre. Stree f lua drre w ..lo an debter J Ptau,,dlg, ,ona three iois o m rentd rnd laInt d
e PtaPP ES slt o SALE 81.$o 0 00. One 1919 teit-thand drise p. !R bu tTn H PINer e nd- o aur enryrI 0uOneHrrtee, and0 Lando I iot. ueram 1rpo frCanyLdebttinse t awhi52Q ee -Ag.ontr running to f an J nill c River. m ar tun. Con-
Levtgdrlm8 ,nfi pert TrouaA A a l 1 d940 Oml t', bma ia. Appi 35SmuJ e'Ou
Agruorer. Au P O. EiDAN. Tt re a good, In w00 thD, C- Rep'- I Iieri ADrN 2 0 j Ilotst cit lend t Clyr entar l:oad. fi- --AtKgC iC. San Fernando.u Of"'--Al"7-(
(,eE M IL. OW ". CAL ,. ,mu. h 0 rIr.td. A to Fern.3u. rel ,', I P. . 0.0h, CHA.I (PPthBLtt C. Espinet it Hig Stet. 50 H PUBLIC ta hereb n otified that I MOTORS FOR aALE -- -
, I R-rntu j A --R DCPhone. AI T IXu i cett e AI' '- a Ii2P "th . Aug 12 FeHdo, D PPAe T eox A blccm r ntre. 2ed9 byniPP arbu '5elmor m ttCtrleae c oinA-ie thor tA, tWyasthrmee ughmtr e orIe New b a
51.eO. Vsibt 1 1 5 m tituiutneetrery'Phonendliu70Aply+Jmmol,.I17.1







.Lay Ptnette treet. *iuiva M l- -11*. aii. ,,T VAR;* w Slcy--vi--- e e-- ---tlfni. 3e uiaid 'P un 41.Ai~ a not rpusl e un n.db ti. Joleph. ltt HILMA MINT G S EDCart n. Twour~ sustau n te Caret oldnge
~ 1:50. ~ niton hi~uui~ii TH EEONEt) PINO 10r enH b drec.ApNyi4 Rchmndoiedteaenndit eftmycaeatdprtecio on toy Phoe 70.iAg.17
tat Or L Mlt St Ai u t Au Sn S 'ERV E A ug GIoel PuN1 B UrL D farING MO USEBLIn Ii r.h Io3LLeAN py in good c'dS it -o tI .Ldy WIting I e a g
- - MILLMANMs. ,MRIN HIROO DISoT IRER OciclynE wICE ON,1 14'6te Bedt: 15H)WIneWwir A ti re on o tod &le vnteuI EeR CaRIvLO. o HT oines faihr mPnric 97. appyn idbrthe's.En-E THO D I
.9 Shrost.- 11 gX Fhl MAIo1er,1landsol-cAug.n1Plumpssigteraves. ugs. cinainingu3 b0dQueen











it;Wt. erheunte`ds 'Pmone> -3. or i l 'a ta good order 2i hing ,n Rod I ui f v e' Street. Cal .oni an uiad Fung m ore n Te l r Is. hereb y n e M r n *n ASreet, 'Phone 58 11. tc hl e g 1 J A a '
sift=ord Sti "I foreetrAle.y I.mReedical o t. .l. Phne 4ih oAevl"t flApipioodtviei. GOrDno Iug ErAApplications are invited for hen Tue...p d. e,,n ka A
AL RERNANDO It ed' 1.IGH ONs SWE19 TWSH ATER IA lR.i. TWOST NGEL tRUMS. 40 T O AI C ossessiofn."i$i4tRoa0. dKn spotIhongarageon.... piesdrithencare and numetentitiI 1, undermentioned pI-s on the et "
TU1TlON vuor ete taught Head-f Itido (poini.,tl eerit sMcfonal T2gimlet.homas. I o 3tet SarenadoIouu.F n y te t ctu"id du ar Trs. ada v pa ctorIa Corv. prti : a w







ConAamercie sil Ttiiue. 45 South' Quay.1' wl t" ,s 'P^BMl l uon"~lcS,? 451?.- rc* sny b oainaa **pply H."" Prsg 1I no y hiiebanut. ule .tolue. and o"I am nut ,0", L E STOCK ~ *lelc'""lf 't ginee in- extaienc In Wate char.t-Ca-a
-tpul.AugopI"'MODrRormiton.A-.OW,

NARANJ9 '.... LA ..E .. Ma niu onitilton Priue 54:, A II ,i] i BASIS .. PLAYPEN. I sle mode. 'Phone ,'ottndit. A'.15, 1.3.IVS AB L A .ut .1. M 0Sss Urich. dwellIn Cty li~eP
('w+ ,ambrdg.p TIeche COmmancia, p=,ngner. h" i+ Sied l'li'tte ONE BRN FA PIANO. Prfectl Asaeued 8.20 t o, Sit )0 00. 'l~wo-storey TH PIB' TI.C is hereby' nuti. e th.PO K FR.H... ..C..he ddtol ne srctd b
-tgLt:.-R INuva.B S ptH. O 1, JS R Aug Tr codrndtion. I+t CharlotM 1 Ate Street. 'Phone ileniece, l 9a,.o, ; Reldenco a m no longer under the ccA-. and p to Berkhure plg for dste o ax s miynthsdyI o Id h e
IfIBAx tIO IIA. CLA U^KI 'aFACI .D IT;I IC ICO *IO I rN C R 44.H U' pi23 Steepte. R nit mworot h E street d rouo ms. A Relmdene. I -tin of my hu eant, Joihn 1ole, nour do 120 SIx weeka old 10 each RedI n now t e yearly s alar agtt hed to ood H d ald Car t A. nS,
I t1g .,CN AneISial.i atLuLeu ant n eg e T N E
d i+it' JFRED MRLCK .tt .R+rT (ne i.ar. r.,. i BE DROOM UITER (ma de Itn Y ranUeM ultnwradh Setrehe(tol housen .N 0.2 Ptra I hold myself reslLvnMble for any)er debts At tY Wrilder Bourg ultresa. San ech of these p t is #1920 -d 2 40- rj n r Bed, Slwbe
Juan, 'or Invstmentwabout s---nef ,I-I v-L-" DANuF neiBed.tire rminder




















.eae Ct Ml nn. b.mit ran ^"L J .w ^- w t--ntt ,,,,.? ^^ 'eat o ^ i ,? ?. '**' """' _>** ....... lu t0 *( (o (iyh~~d -on OCnoai vnn r W *d o.c~ otgt n ne v r veint te l I~ o wa R nce t La n o* .... ,..,' '''f
- s Dukegf. 10[ .... .. .-.. uieti Aig+ .. ....l... g of Wardrobe wmuh lng dou*ble L.ot I,and. LA Romain 53.00) 00; nI nrau.led by him, ri e n, $2880 with 1 travellin g allo n ce d Ph ttra yh. S Omm
IlAStiIS o -cIANO L-e--o-i-la.-he. bR to'i sto Dres ing Tb o e sold Marbe-lop, trto Lodt Lndo. La Romln yW .ite e at7 MARY o's iSOODAI.ra MuguEL L EO UA -0 a ya a h d t fr
L !-Au_ .A CR O snui A iiT u n H Pint_, P-"I.' S l. nd: aleso Chevrolelm t Car ply ClAra Mootor An, Adern. ndo Stret. iF-Au. P BI MIA S ROfAN'OL BCC80me o ta r o e of t0 athe d fr m,1 .d Spr i M T.,
* c1Ii .Drad.ApyLis RbyAu.B i 12.P rO Ef)E"ne Model n eScellent dlin Apply t 4u. g -ot l m hreb otii (r ro-wr On A 3.l f r rve. s
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A Icoutttni, i E Adward Sir de.. enechien l.M N -latBer. 50d ark Poer l Itm le., 1 cile mark l P eddle Road. V00lo PAh NTilIs HOUSE, r nc LH ot oa Lend. ei m to longer under the care and IH ruler- Pete One Engllsh prTm. el.-fnuegGtIykn
t....d and ....nla exa. s-Au. --,I OE CEV OE 't. ....t'E Mlr CA '4AD AN No 4 SAWHII.L Perfert N~ew Modemn St.ltelow. wli al oOienlm doI hodmal el sbefraydit AG METAL LATHE.. ..... ... .. al T fle ee are pensionable under Drawers, Bedside Ta
.. W W H EA~M. K OW K T- W ILLIAMO Pt) OWI NGHrt vi' rlS ''Tr "*' COC RAulgr 15tryp. j E "V L ARGE M UR ENIS E BUN A LOW I~ b Pice dBeli A oad ensir ntclM 14 Aug 24t- p wn f ~ l t nu o i w t





CO MM;_TA C ar 1' P a i a. Ci mechanal o 2ndHtln E quipped WiLh new oa, loely e etlcri cal ntingof. a u titlognV I. .E S Fe r and po. o e
OIL A NIrHTt. Pluansat s, Pi rT e rn, iK ttone luade. 2.000 b ,te AlpuS R til> on -'wo L.t La..nd. a t* V* al ela. oyi. con Btracted y by him. scceaoie and motor. Reedy frr utsc. the p vlBo h M uniipal Crap. Dining T gb
ppe T uk d street,( Cu .- 13 Ati 27..Poe Coeo Street, San 2andol AR g I tiers tosee. "iaehlon. Aply r l MALTiNA DUK. For more particulars, apply to Derie- Corportion Penson Ordinnce, s ove, Meat l, *
LpiO arr* l n Ca11 6 3 Seo L TAUt.IITe a E 'eien t onde it n lvitn t tires T MARINE. E UIPMENTe 7rhe. A 1 --'b o s f Aug. 1.3r T E .. *L P PRRtPUBhIC, herebyN Gntedil G8 that my T P W ER Ra rld Ln. Iron dn Sa -
193COOT VROILE.'* M6allvri~~TSte r eD luet. SEysg. S ATE (O ,I b no i snope Ile),Street. ant'js hng&td. -ANT EDg SOM ONE, T RET DIonC2ro. iu r 'phon E T.423 -- Aug. s17. i andsu.c o te use odtoa t'nr ae a






PULLETS, 0DUA e





to Magre. glo Apl" 5Bd l6. A. uw nrA (leS i f na si Mark n Agn c. a3t.. Recently roserheed. pe-aeix. UNC or nIICrdMAT" ?OSII ON, Hodeto w i g u Pumtap, 1 Nat-at, ln n d.--Au.| t, etc., as presc bed by and W eght, Plod Jat
M is lhir 3.p5. Ox f do t -Owe r iu1ei ".A TR lCANA trnano .h. 3n 22' S. with mari t2ne engine, Ideal t O'luugctni (i recently o nir itated, at C c l Sd< ctlIkr and protection. 24 th or- C p t O t an ha s R
a- A I 9MWi" ikAes ilt .t Pan. .. V c t r e rnand B1 Clh2ng bDtaOlnesa. Bemlt ofere apply M ltnbnundr tram Leeminui 1 ront pot tonree APPEAR.LngEY SAMUELh. OHS TR ON P IAMA S Dr. o I Iurt diancllllll d replu laAi ons made B eEq 3nt o R ckers1.
Plymouth Btick, Inside 101044n Mtt-AA' Ofuf Lunch andil Diolod Ir fell~t. lyk street.m- l Sept. i. Auutu blston A Cu.. Ltd MAug IV.nd ,hc m' I I (PnRhO PERTYou ol brTn T1rb llUH~nltNIIBltl~~M~lHII





gtCB'.y-Sco l te b e 4ge I 'tUCK WITH SIX TY REi 45 ll e Srlo rt Aig. 1HI2. I bedrooms. etc*N. u g rounds. 4eir eleon Street, S tr A and D i
IJ *il W l Crcu SarRolado y -A warra ng a ,ts foAu 1*3-.- -I -...... .l ah 3|GRe OUICatoAacueedOt 1hee r C-Aar ptt t Fl di & on- t 1s
S TOWteBARRON LelOG l4 tI& IN p a. I uew.-Se of. I.. ';., + i lA/'.iN.I hLone. Ag, g 1 A.RownorsK incen, cantrtoandotaat11.00, Loydy&PsutriteingdLD
toy l te, a cher, Seelo.e 8Oo 11an 1 14 OtiD. TRUC0 D KC Ftttt1y l.lcensenalql + +mnv8 l SERV I ,,11oCE REPAI R S P E DDBatNrl on1 s d essd Tna t h$50 etP B I h e nfsper arer eH
not St uetl- -U' slUl- rla~Rt tBOp, and mneu r optr r corner otI. RI chmond *aBSnd Duke 40eeta. no longer raepon9oble for my wite Marynyon Apply |1 Du Stee-Ag Prfrec wil be c n a rp hTto
P fvudusI tillob In hoMe s.lmoephenre. *i Good r n es tl U ADIS ,--- RE;.-- Pc-------O_ enmllintty and qu-Ick-,Udeas* ackei 'Phone al).+Atiog. lS Baptiate. nor aln I reeauonsibte fr an1 y
S BARREiDo 7310 uit.S'i 1 .100. A 'one ITH Ciu T 10 pa r aM *t Ile! Clhft. t i .1 P' . cve a pr. no longer undoe lc-a r o. r .A.r Cti Oo-Cart and d- -8
Gickeandemar$,y StreetAAug I.'Pon E C n rLD Srins'Phorenes ss.: io n t uand let UNn lrnr nestoeNgEthepspt. in tANo pa Ce hR
11----- U&t .-.-I VM' .. ..oalii4 *t" -3- wu Lenst ree.-. u g." 5 .." d t J d oTto l by1 -iheye lfv i e- I-I
= 140 1 V J 'LI MO ELin g ew" III. U> SZ NOII PL NT Clloveait@ near oil ?orse M*r' VlA ) G :r690t rb m y 0u tyet s O eb cnrcter 2 w th o n on 7 hidr ro Vllc ak e. Vk wit p v en
W rM4l .-s t.a ASTw n 'S- T -Aua... FLTR.l. .e .-MaFenand bildI S n le. a hoey 51. 4.a ng. l et o me icl 1tber pi ldyI a ri t ing bt, ird o e riice Lr C
Orav'et- . . . -o nn lot s lan--. O" it. P UA'r h AM"ES AI"tMI*a pI.ve- (tles rOlel and Ford talte I*m ce N'ew itto A. LI NTR "EAio PRS- OLD NM O, -noI th aT R wi t to tc ht lta an he Ai
"a wool go",11.,00.0. One B9.1--II~oATTZKI Z& $3oAgnt. OIL m'cOLD DW6 C.LI O COON C IL ""
?a.-haeo'.0. tre.sItsu.edcillnu E dwr d s 30t~nree. u gta Ct's.-2 A tS einvtamn ed' Roomert n 4 lrotsOflad ih E PULI s erby Rh la Inc Strefiertor Anpyd eb noc tectic tnd
ferILaa-D VANTEDCXTOTO en-Stoiseerebywnoified tan 3 u~, O nT O P I











aT ree R a ,y5?d R ". 2 z d ept.A n A pply .s M inN 'PhL N % l any. T deb oE l roh ng A l yl l i yd l
CUOO l ld L .-I0tl aIIsoaa Aug... PA... .. IRS." Rewmnding of Power a~nd AUtdo Mloi Road. Dlego Martin. st0out bo feet tion of my husband John O'ConnorI, anditsu sno lessad ~Clr ih eet~Ld'
CousI t 0 It RI,--A nn .ug.3. .na.ta.O.er, AmI* and Foeld Coel Y IePl" from our Roae teontss.ns3_ that I" do not hold mys elf Sre-Ai.nw Jterh ap









1 4 i*k~ *O uyoam Inm nAui. 1.mlar *,. l S * Cp*W to A1r tit *n" Bon l> tdr l *dprl -" L,. 1lI < l _^ .
.etvs Peaed eaor, .3Ch l \1t I >nd.n3 tU e -At t. O tat C l a Ra 1W 0.0. o oue a n to gme tul nde r th e R a and r th un a th T w Bl i B ;
Tyree---mo oA.TE.5'Phon ne- tA.,5a ,dag left.his hof m s ince 2lie it.c 1 .I sthuoea lB
Sor;dl O ReSie.eamam __ IB. REPIT COHPLKRY. Doe VIte. ls aOP T.0. O No. S tentand nd. Cl tsHnISTiNA O'CONNORTOheUmIrandnsININor nin.ebuerdayninntAugst r gMcnileiv.Togt
ealnIatnenvl l o i lt5ow #i11O1410 0ST .AnTER ARMAT tRle PnRI i10 H Pl. ptiS14 rarosenion St eet,-S 2, IPowerSot re Avenu.Te ML Anna-Aug. 'PULI I he nt no Mdhrfeto Iaon.-
-Aug 1~3~ ~1~9~.~11 .I 0 ,,SA LEl Aug buildnRmR e riN l.G pC HARI NG urray suhal lents h hIle m ea icf'r.e.--sti r i dt ayArtig Oriental Prar macy, F; ,
It, I eNGLSMia. KNOW l e VERYT./ REMlN GTO.N Pe RTA RIB.eu 'lflOe err9er. I I l aenaire cntoat Re lere S Delrympe. | ;'VAMAi' rURN MEh.D EATIDwECdARbL on debts contracted by muJ ,le STown CleJ.antem on V
eI I gSEnoDAN. C f ~l ret jgo od, 11,0e ().Al d 8 3 Park StreeAu -Aug. II, Iresldeoca, WOlng Bea, Bat +oe. Iteall grlga. of egypt. Pint Firiu1 she HOUSES FOR RENT Tem- CASH.
U grestest tru Iee,. tondi-- llo- Hiaes -- J. + ... IsO UMIREfLLAI MADE NEW by Apply El~lon. Mtaslns & Co. Pofi-ot- having Ieft my bhome anid protec~lotn 'sice FURNISIHED HCUSE. Permetsrance -t
A tr'y Ta ke daily U$ 12. bei l o.tl:ltie. Umbella Reincoat Factory paln+-Aos. $1 July ,I, 144 .. Esaie, Haracan, 12 tule from Pnrt-of.dTown all..
ureasm Ottlian ScnolC.mm p.S I. T'WO 400 or Siou.ata. g,lsona.,ed ,rom a.nd Chow Room, a PtAe. Stree, eaor S MALL+ 506 lLARI PROPERIES.I CLEME NT, Gm ~G3, Spats. Apply 6 P~rgereid Lae 'Phonee-pan B y H th
for Sen 7Or s CAnd tLF., IWt* 14 owil lagtret, MaO' rnnuoue.h4, I Free when re C HAIRn Sep lt. 3. it .pin to. -Saa .--NT oitpoeointrnmoente ti etae Ag.17













INDAiDUAL-CO p-,.013PIl. C.intI. I -II'' Bcycle s( od condotnon. Contain MaD. -tt 1 0, I o lly.IDordo&.- PU BLIC(a._ rebynt inthat I, OTOS FOR S ALEr.
L S l "Iitto n S street. L s Me a Slp. t .2 Ag- A g 4ut L E T UIS S I t. T4OU R R a dAo sp aromo- J o1ity 4 02 PHm lL AoMe stI Nv E D A N.nTret .t P rkde c h s U INE"roS E R V IC" AE _ _ _ _ _ _ __'N_
0. VAUX -H EEL 1 6 cARR leR t tyres. -AphitrItee Househ. 'Phoneiurs. -Aitting a.12, uRTSf, AND A..ANIJ. iontractedybypleasur e.1 nuouu-n ta hlo en y riha gte (]SHIRe~~tS. Y AMse rvic eatbl ea.ure. b w UIUII -













ElectricVRibeler Teep-hon, 31t0.--Aug.+ to od, e dtc Coneplt Ford or Rodrttue.e Aplyg dI. Vie1et stret Sea Jhetoanlu, eatebllahrd depot at an leernanilo which metut forc etenyhody, YOU onu bring your .I ,-
m)SINER ICtEIN A I. Radio nF en Aur .1 ChAcon Street. 'PunI Aug. 1 N Wvll mber U1,o1 43 the public es from own moterlal too, Gold onhml it. 43 Park
HILLM__ __ _ __ _US D SAN MIN PS OUGH T. Used Books ONE I.-Se BO.. Isigl3.d:3 ine ONE P ING STE S atI HaIN va(Bu ai n on dassth.,7th ET ER CYR1914.The Pointi-.Iceiept. 910 A py R idsS .2 C n














++ il '"' + 0...,. :'JU GES OF GOOD
jus ovrhaled 'Pone 83Pido-Oi-t.inunsodode r wsh Rd s;I Waesure et.er. equrentd ans, -Ag HE P LI ass ntifiedIth gat gi-IH IRVrMSgI
BU N ANRBRt.o'Phtnee6.5 Au 13, C C MOreeP.MP.Headuilice:.moreIer 32dfir rent ttrn ited ElectrIc tlhts, slPone wi,
S eNt B W I peg o NO br T heir seri W oee foll s tre et A tig Il l anc. R A G A ZI E D RU M S A L4E, AT th n o el ot C o f ta riff. nit A u g tree. c a nd CH E P U LCon ist hre byfS n otfier ndo. 1Pletis'T OBAug. O1 A p lic a todsereOi v ited forsuen g













NNAF0RSTUCLA B ISITE avail- on inr hecrehanedp eth-tuermment 'bunie--.Anth. 17. oTHEI en- DICTa 15th)
qPipe IeIsa ot1,Ve.aetlppy P.nnr.n Cha lolt. Fehane. Write R. 5In1I. 59 Weet or. boa A-10l.l+ urOIsIn." -Aug. It. Ineit hot-In seen or heart lu-om my huia- PERSONAL NOT'IC-ES Sil
. s oudet. Aug. IS. Mae Road.-0-.A 4i. TWO PROPfERrtIES +.34 and 3 5. Ihand Danele Ynutno, for Cte pat seeenteen THIE PU"LIC is hereby ntlled that
IBICRIexTlleNS incdingce$1.Vincennn.l-Titt ee.4 ouhoQdy,,ot. yearyb It isn ere. intention n doremamru-y. LIVamTOCK lginelbl foro'myhePfet-of-sai
Reae1wals, SO TRites. Cheaipest statem40 Vl aAp.-Aug. ROCANNA YOUNG, Krmor not re Hutcham f or iaAve I .p30oay
Arrame Boolkstyll. 1a Fredert k St reet,--t FINE P EEM LD)PARCEL 5 level -Aug IL. K an Fen.da- 1 .1im lft bi o m Be sitoncetiet db Cerporatiob a e-
i5 % I9 ,tte n d dt W O rnH C o o n R o a d,nd e o a r C h a -
ties$. t Welfarel44 St.Violent treet.or14.dicolStroJt ban Ferando. bsulhares.r17.















GAIS USCITN Wd'tll. One mile from F~our Rod penbis lf yhoeI Ei L +l
tiE TIS S SAY U n oirI seletio6on., WrIte Post oa S $15 farBePA E 2l teldla very -u l. sJB 0 for houseI sno1u- s. 2nd lssistantCity _O AR.,'
WILL LArT US ANO t rie- fE ntt-*Aug. 51. Ctruclo or rarIla. email house InClod. T l ATEn TO CL.ASSiIY "a PneiAtiul Reed. JAJL
Id Cam ridge Teacers' CmPercLLIPoWolin TUSri RADIOniw IthODERN CBU-A LO,g j7* ELL P5R-1Aug. 15
ca 15s ish.. Ill~~~~~~~~~~nie Pfck14p- Charlote Streeaotl. 'pniaus n4e ne, Bisatelmont,*),0.00r;In witidng to H. nosloner indu teigtht. ~ ndpO'eCono.sebsnekm eeadER AE'.BL oitP~T.N.S edAIOS ieat l.AE
r N HOLIDAY0 C,"ZM a -25 1 ESP 'p'" Iw'M 3 Berkshi ~~l Illn aO,-AE,1. o rS e pigs o~ r titnle; ixMonths i d, Ud6 Urt W















"AI 6 ..-"K|hya$l2tttR IX rAeks 0o.d $1ei0re aR PO IAI.c. Iad nwhThnotisedrtatt P.ched to h EL o t l-Ad

lI I 3Rd,+eaSelean1 ,'Ondlta1, ,Se in Fr ancei) Hualiwot-Simthe re ,ldetMA lO ItsS111= Ihodrs if--tt nt na sB r ONe 0 o ua glf rs ay e ach fetor21d d
ton*. G. AWO itom.. S Duken910lMECURYv.t., _..KO.V.D(I"'SIf.mirros, Drtsainx Tab a'Ind a-bie-topIjo LeAenyand.tLaiRemaint$&W.00...-.MARY BOODeL ,Ind.MaOtKT A I, 1an
A flailNO-CHANA CL, A,. Copor1 A-PnataeAtilt 13. 144 Model1In excllent conditin. Apply'. Au. 13.h. THM P BLIC Is hereb notified tha
+8 R PRILRATRE nd IIOTont aI+., Wth' $" noo odfbe; ftt li o n tl.of my husbandd. tAdoy ho Due. n nor Au. 13. RLC | erb nI~dta


R. .. a d o....r., M.....o..... W tc nwttal til, l I t o not old y dbt or
11Sotn., Telephooe. t-Au. A #. Waiting Street and RBmu4, TG* rtrace. for an4 debt or debt contracted by him dest contl*cted by my wire Cl d Oarl
l w o lete ... od I a aood Apply 'Mt aoh," Kslghibridn RoAS. having left lA htome ice 17Tth April. E*Pno, abe having let my hom May xt M A
f Se akwv" ooditlmon. ckel Telpon1 41. Catade. --iept 4. 1144. '23rd. 1, 1944.
IA uG 24,01 e1vn d LAND, Ch teoc a= r ee B --e Aug. 11. IHILTON ESlIl
CI REF RIeRA ,TO. ,, u.. + F.nlli, L leo .. hWt or land Th ad- AUDREY OAETIAN, I B M eLTO N rSP. INOI *A". V lv t
-,j "0;htt j14 i e 'u a s. sil modern lcotvitecncee. Q av Caresege. IA Augl IT, S A s Velv
__ ___ ___ ___ _4t it A n. 'tPs Au I imrsta.2 4 ..00 Apl .. General A.a rketin T iN bIIE C Is S hereby olled tha t . ha I
iIAI Iht Wlhl.u..'Ceu .e type, late r*t- lmod l.' i5 S *i S I l 1treatS I, a erni t a not* eepla tosble for any debt or debts*t I Scew
...... .....^(^ J ^u .^ .S ... .. ....*** +0411L, ------I ..U T.N V At- ......." ?1 1 CAS 'E- 2 ,( . ., . +., +
SetiyeIca-i1 A o 3 Aa. Ag I Itt.h 1 by my hiishand Maircta John I --- T--- AY3n
3m dati d Str.e, .. . 9*I t*s..uD PROPRTY, t. ,Chancere of t ort.of-lntVEN IN He Ttme ane -DAYS
u--14AT-S 'H- WmAu.wad-et-"..-_ m--. t"s .- Aug, Lane. Pact-OILal-.1Large Dwelulng! Not ember, I30.oYOU CAN O OOL3 e "
OF ALL' A ".. UtWU" Ilke Kact9. qu, tweet locatity ,- Au.1 1 1. U J Nb usin B m-
THISOR. IN .. rr Crren.t a.So ....IEEZYit L CAE-.2 lottl.s . .... I. ,*e
AYL1 1lma Sua. Telepi,6 4.--Aug.i1. L AND FOR SAL!IARoad SITUATIONS VA -N ae' j -* m w *0 a f .
SAVING VFeaf o"t. P et ePr s tt "Alle nTwn*Me' IFruIts, C6000 C t ua tN M i only *IthgOoCA e .reae -. need apply I I to ,
P6 RSMIN N &-tt ube. Apply rlneeSI l I Appl T Tu ner and Slolomno, lb Point ,e.a- 501 W e lern NE n R 1 0 C I 'k e tlu g.g S ittes, H g h S t r e e t. I lse e P i er r e p a id, S e n F r it a nt d o -A u g 1IC 3 Q 1 W e s t er n M a i En IRo a A u g 1 A N S Ro tlSo r 1
Fe .At-_ L0 L 1, t1,, ft. In Good w es&. Apply .S Mucur.por o.. .ne l ,a
HPj built Up P 05n11 at IA "eya. oravo Aug. 17. Roo. a
E1_ I I 'Pled, 4144 or 117.-- A2 lg. 1. ,
iEiiENTALiiR-- 1 SIXTIQA14 ACPI6A E5TAIl tot skle. for TUITiON ....... iw -
i.na th ah e* 0 thousand d dollars. Apply begin ys)ur last term at tIe 8'i,' i.
Set A. RI lttalh Mnba1MA. St. Jo"e0h. Ct itereliati Colle gte. Moderate Fee4,--
R ESO Sc Al it-,u 13. I .M rs. M utluem odil Pri"ttI'n Lsar k- Sug G RRIIl.G" '
WREIIN OUIDAT11O 174 7IN VINCENT v. WT LAND odjoilng Wt. Joeeh re -- ,
toSt4 a ely at t Ike el o umag te, M 4 )totel. Village, En"a eon ee ado bu tru pro- 900 0M 1 AND BOARDINO Io
..a.,.. ee,...,. .: C s. pae. N new mai reel o -" Pd f .ie .PO" .. doo ST end LOI3GINU fo a I, s ou i I VIN CEN T "$111' :
sins.oe n belot "a lltag 'r aaer 5 OaW ppyC Ct-l o. Pome, Apply Ills. Mohemmed. ILord ste.I
Ift* sevtm.-4p. .1.1 .eiti.1,Son Velna*d.--AW 11, -
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