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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

Notes

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

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
ltuf - ABZ3083
oclc - 12086429
alephbibnum - 000354929
lccn - sn 89049124
Classification:
lcc - Newspaper
System ID:
UF00081212:00741

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Troops

Capital

hen of Paris
get. and Retake
From Nazis
IU COLLINGWOOD
V rAdi via London),
MTe Second French
entered Paris
srians arcae as one
down the terrified
i hhad garrisonel
than four years.
LeClerc commands
Secple of Paris who
d their city. It all
with fantastic sudden-
Aca Army was ocCu-
$ drive through Evreix
No f the Seine after
: planned to invest
Hterday, a Frenchmen
| isut.-General Omar
Miarters. He was the
p oroea of the .nterlor
, be had a staggering
Me story to tell. He
secluded an armistice
Iman forces In Paris.
Sof Paris had risen
Md the Oermanx that
Lcomumander had re-
. t withdraw the ramps
road blocks west and
* where they'had been
,Americans and pass
h~ity. The armistice
fat noon today.
used a sensation In
city's headquarters,
h we had known
going on in Paris
we/,ad not known
gone so fast that
bench had given the
rlfl beating.
GED
rtion was qeareu
encif'clemet of
Wet,, of the Be'nc.
B1 r decided that
go Into Paris. Ith
for the troops hau
*enter at noon today.
ley ordered the
SArmcured Divltlon 0
and told It to start
!Ward Paris, Certain
Efs were sent the


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Allied forces pushed their front lines beyond Paris yesterdayy as Ps
German troops garrisoned In the French capitaL Turning to tUw s
ased Bens. North of Paris. meanwhile, Allied troops are fghtli
r*th of the eitne. Other forces are puhingr owth along the e
armou swept 140 miles Inland from the coast where. Mareillee wai
aot wu stiR holding out. The armies of the north ate reported lia
the south.

De Gaulle Regime Expected
To Leave Algiers For Paris
By ALEX SINGLETON
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L. 611 Ln, Aug-.3 APr)--eltral unarles ae Gaule is expected
to bring the National Liberation Committee from Algiers to liberated
I Paris Just as soon as the military and economic situation permits,
to direct the French war effort and start on the great task of rehabi-
S llAting the country as a great nation.
Freedom for Paris posed for the 4'- -. . . .
United Nations a thousand and --- -...------....
-In one problems as difficult as they ,hr'hur -oosevelt
ited are welcome-those of food and urc oosevel
Ting fuel. of Government relations be- Paris Visit Planned P
the tween the Allies Civil Affairs Or- A. 2 A)
md. ganisation and the French Conm- LONDON, Au..23 ,AP)
day mitte.e, of restoring the service The "Daily Herald" said today
Bri. and providing medical care and plans are being made for resi-
one returning the capital to normal. dent Roosevelt and Mr. Winston
o returning g the capital to normal, .^ h rs t a a
iso Food supplies for the hungry Churchill to be present in Paris
I so su s fo th hunry "if that Is practical" when Al-
trict civilian population are probably ifdtrais prate indc henA
hear already rollin toward the capital Are de triomphe d e u report
since It was discioced from General added that French troops will
ugh senhowe.r's headquarters that dhead the Allied parade with
iUes stocks had been' prepared, aind General Charles de Gaulle
much attention had been given to probably having a place of
ihot Its building up a few months agto. honour.
and But differences over the admrlnis- -._ -
this tration of French civilian affairs -
during the period of liberation 1
have already been eliminated by
the decision of Britain and the N ew ly Landed
s United States to leave that re- r ve
aponsiblty with the de Oaulle
group. forces
Agreement for that purpose.
growing out of General de Gaulle's",,, B rde
AD- separate conultations with Mr. O n Bordeaux
teu- Witr.on Churchill and President
to- Roosevelt, was to have been signed B CT
more today, but the formalltles will Dy CHARLES A oLTZ
rma probably take place Instead, in IRUN, Aug. 23 (AP)-American
r Paris and French forces, reinforced by
Iter Paris, troops landed last night from the
an- L donersj Mark ~ea. are reported by the French
on- Londnrs ark authorities at Aiendaye to be push.
`r- Lmberation Of Paris !ng eadily toward Bordeaux from
both sides tonight.
the LONDON. Aug. 3 (Reuter)- FronUlne messages said the Am-
Srench flangs flew from buildings erican reached Libourne on the
in. London this afternoon in cels- Dordogne River, 15 miles northeast
bration of the liberation of Paris. of Bordeaux, which is the last eon.
wn The Lord Mayor sent thas tele- tre of Girman resistance In south-
nd- gram to General Koenig: "In this western France. The French mill-
onu supreme moment of victory I send tary authorities at Hendaye said
you and the citizens of Paris good that S00 French Commandes an
wishes and affectionate greetings among the Allied force landed last
from the citizensa of London." night south of Aroachon below
special victory bells will be rung Bordgaux. They said thd French
tomorrow for half en hour from wer; landed from Frerch destroy-
the bells of St. Paul's Cathedral ers. The exact size and composition
and Wetminsta. including the two of the forces Is not known hiere but
bellsthat rant out the defeat of border reports said they wser ot-
nh the Spanish Armada In 158 ly Amaricalis.
S. Deal will aiso be rung in The F7 rmch at t ea a sad
AMs this afternoon and flgs aerial recomnnaismnce f that
b flown everywhere. Salvoes the OGermans have given up pre-
w be fd beywShipSe. In r vious v a tteoXpt. to organise an ar-
5 lgierasm mbny wlp t rit h joy moured column and flight their way
wa te y h d ews of the northward to theft Relch n ow
wberathi he crowds thronged aplpe" to be preparing m* sort
the sr etsshoutor stand at Bor(eaux.
reaet iivo de OGaulef "
san leht Mr. AOny 11". the s& IA Gain
ftip Attf : "Iti On Adriatic
w else that tS galant ad ROMB. Aug& a (Reuter)-pcltsh
l res is~ta9e0 of the 0 and toIdian uono of the
' p ute w bl be maIntaU LAiy on tbe Adrkt* 04ate1 si4 l.
wo aesta s epamy in pVa wbole of today dme thei r a s bS&
MrM. Whether wewis t or three ms to hily country Oad
M: $t. o t P eples mut march Allied paus now ard some 4
ft myPal I do wish mla oFmtle River Maturo.
tog** "ar.SB PTW a tyo NIkktI %a". ,helpdq by aT.
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W b Ptyiehme who carried on the uttth boukogbnStsS9
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Sar Seventh Army King Michael Announces


SSweep Inland Cessation Of Hostilities
240 Miles cparate-
Fisci~ih(,wer's And'
SWilson's Arins SovietsBend Armistice Terms Offered
By GEORGE TUCKER
'Nancy / ROME, Aug. 23 (AP)-Marsellles arsaw | 1to At
SJl fell today to a swift onslaught of _11_--
FPrench infantry and armour as the W a aL W Di By TOM YARBROUGH
rro~s Americans swept 140 miles Inland &.L DON, Aug. 23 'APt-Rumala announced today she
from the Mediterranean to within LO ON Aug. 2 AP- ni nnounc today
les than 240 miles of a function hundreds of Aircraft ing from Axis to Allied side In the war and a subsequent soyWa
\sle with General Ensenhower's fofe, And "Tanks Support communique reported shooting had broken out between rotreStUW
below liberated Paris.
J n eight days after landing ined Thrusts Rumanian and Nazi soldiers on the Eastern front.
--F" souhern France. Polus battered
their way into the heart of Mar- By W. W. IIERCUER Acceptance of the armistice terms offered by the Soviet VUniO'
se t e u ln t l g t N zi r s s a c B r ita in an d U n ited S~ t csi w as an n o un ced In A p roclam a tion broa d o
&eilll& ~~t lgt airssac
C /.ot S and tonglht were cleaning out LONDON, Aug. 33 cP--The
pockets of last-ditch defenders. double Russian offensive oar- cast from Bucharest.
I unS\.The unexpected esy capture of whelmed northeastern Rr'mania, __ -m_ _
the great port insures the Seventh and while It adavnced like a' Thn erly molnd Rustta
Arm^ of Major-General Alexander steamroller toward Buciarest and A 1ommunliique told of clashes o
i ^ J. P a dtc uRteuto food supplies and the Black Sea. another strong e Rumaniaan soil between 'he Otr-
Sreliforcemnent a. drive succeeded In breaching the A ll d Planes ans d Rumanians w", wirl
\ *Lyo > The encircled and doomed Nazi German lines northeast of Warsaw ordered by King Micha-1 'o ceass
force In Toulon, 27PmilesdeastV ien"hostilitiesAgainst the Red Army.
ren oblearseilles, was still holding out. oHuna rof tanks and aircraft Pou d Viennl Ruanan prisoners wHre quoted
S but French troops had fought their supported the Soviet spearhead As saing that the Gn risonermans wre quot
way within a few hundred yards thrusting toward northeast Oer- 2 saying that the Gemn ans wan
Sof the docks and the city fall was many, between the Bug and Narew firni nrg on the Rumanians and block.
expected any hour. Rivers. The German comments- D F 2 n adui their withdrawal, ThMe crm
iReuter stated that Marseilles tor. Von HaInmer, admitted that _ minlnque sod: "A large number at
fell at the first light of day. uisuallv fierce and heavy fi(Ht- ROMF. Aug, 23 (APi Riimlan kil ofedrei armd mcii tQi
Within a few hours of *he an- ing forced the Naizs to fall back ral t re o er lsa e betw killed In rmed u lcishe
Ajv nouncenient of the liberation of several miles. Aerial l.ittles raged over Austria between retreating Rumanla-n de.
Pa i., news came thpt the second The fourth day of the Rumanian when several hundred Amern taihments and German frontier do.
city of France and its chief port offensive found the Russians over
'00a\ ^ r10 Marseilles had also been liber- .45 miles Inside thle satellite state bombers and escorting fighters. The proclamation by King Ml.
a. ted. Correspondents at Allied along a combined front 156 milcp fought through large forces of chael read over the Bucharet
headquarters reported that It 4as wide. The Ukrainian radio sold all hos-
"* . V^'o. entered ov Prench forces who General Ivan Malnovskr varies of Nazi fighters to bomb m military in- tllltles atn t thr-
entre o Fenc frci hoGeneral ]van Mallnovskv alid Gen-.nliar
'',*. Io ~quickly aceupled the city against eral Fiodos Tolbukhin are ro'" ng stallatlons in the Vienna area, for Red Arm' ,,as well
only token Germ-n resistance, toward the Galati asp, in an up- the second straight &y. Particu- As Rutoa a r t n It
There now remains only smalll ration which has already brought st of war wit
pockets of the enemy to be the Moldavian capital of Chlstnau larly strong enemy opposition was Britain and thr
rounded utp. Before Marseilles tn the centre of a huge and swift- encountered at Markersborf air- Un Itted Btat ?r
1'1' fell It was completely encircled. ly tightening sack. Their pro- drome, ss miles west of Vienna, wnuld-cepss "frop .
Gestapo chiefs and French .ol- gress has also virtually Isolated the which Liberators attacked. A num- t h I s Mnernt"
irtisan fores ares and expelled laboratlinists were reported to Black Sea port of Cetatea Alba ber of enemy 'planes were shot Russian armire
utheast, American troops have have got out whi', the going was which now has only thick road. down. were stabblng into
aI along the ooast towards the till good. The German garrison Uinks back to Rumania. Fifteenth Air Force heavies also Rumania to with-
n. In soth AmerIcan wa smaller than that at Toulon Confessing the gravity of the bombed Po River mil bridges at In 167 miles of
a featured but tthe Tee wd where other troops were i situation on the southern end of rS Bucharest a i
a their 24 miles trom thee of fighting bitterly to capture this the front, now lengthened to al- P lying deeper Into France than wer. threete'li
lnpcrtant base.] most 1,400 winding miles, the Ger- ever before, American Mitchells at- the Ploesti oil- KIM "CHAa
___________________ Northwest of Marse!lles, an Am- man radio was only able to claim, tacked rail bridges In the vicinity fields as the announlleMat wt
... ..-+erlcan column thrusting along the "German troops succeeded In stop- of 14yos, while other 'planes con- on the air.
DUurne Valey reached Lauris, 27 ping the Russian advance at some tued the methodical destruction IH WT a
Siriv miles from Avignon and the Rhone points." In both Moscow and of rolling stock in southern France. TO FIGHT WIT ALEI,
U D iRh'cr. Another column o .cupled London It appeared that the Red The King said Ruma willa,
the town Salon, 18 miles west cf Army's latest offense was roo 8th Air Force Destroy 'at te side of the Allied rs
Aix-en-Provence'and 26 miles from enough to throw Rumania out of North Paris Targets wite their help."
A cross Heart the lower Rhone. e the war North Pr rewasnoImmediate offla
French troops who had cut the F, who capture' was an- Allied n mato of
last ercape rout*efrom Marseilles nounced yesterday fell n wast that SUPREMIX HEADQUARTERS, All mat Loncifthe
O Frreached the shore cf Etang de the Germans had time only to A L L I 3 D KXPEDITIONARY clmatitn, but Londoub atome
c Berre a- big inlet from 'se M4edit destroy a few military Installs- FORCE. Aug. 3 (AP)-Elghth Air the first crack to doubt ltle ali
.. -- erranean northwest of the city. tions. and most of the old city was Forc sent 150 o Thu nderboltsi to kan structure.
SUPREME ALLIED HEAD- iPAS AE5CL.Iinat the greet of north Paris to bomb knarcue
QU T$ A(PL ASEI TURNeTO A-oE S COL. 11 Intact, Mr. Winston Churehilfl h b
QVARTER8, Aug, 23 (AP)-An, and shoot up railway yards, canalitalv for more than a.week
American armoutred spearhead DANURK THRUST bargesand motorvehicles. F ight-ah
S c "o anc oo y Electricity-r^ r r reuf st"-" I,^ ?fleB ad. hsRCad i
drove 15 miles virtually unop-" C e er bombers hit railway yards east events leadnutRania'she
posed across the heart of France nty At one point Soviet forces were of Cambml, southeast of llisy events leading up to Ruania'&
tonight --0t mls southeast of Cyreported to be less than T 60mile and south of Lille. as well as roads On Augt Mr. Ohrohill
liberate --8 l.socuttin theasotofm ofrom the Danube delta, lThe Of"and a.August
liberated Paris-cutting the ground fensive threatens other ports be athe House of Co n00 :
steadily from beneath the German b ASS e bout 20 barges were reported has offered ene ering to
CA ides Cetatea Alba well as shot up. 34 motor vehicles destroy- n)t
armeihs frow nrti ettwadter.ma iadand he"e nedoubt h
Reich's fronter. owrd h A ccmmission to be known as Bucharest, only 180 miles away. ed, 1 damaged. 1i railroad rs they would be accepted wIths
"The main battle for France is the "Trirnldad and Tobago Electri-. and the great olifields around destroyed, c'sT Rmaged, 33 enginesh would e
already over," declared Harold city ,ommission" will be set up Ploe.ti.
Doyle, Ass iated Press correspon- when the Trinidad Electricity Fall of Chisinau and Tighlna, ad 45i e ars shot up. PLEASE TUR re pAOE 5 L.
dent, who watched American tanks Board hands over to the P *rt-cf- both by-passed In the twin ad- ,-
drive 15 miles east of Bens to Spain City Council the portion of vance may be only a matter of _____ --_ ___-11_
within 150 miles of the the electric undertaking which is days.
bdwithi n o sie gn th rman t o go to them under the provisions Battle of the B.altic .tll swirled
border with no sign that the Ger- of the Electricity Board Ordinance. in western Latv with D.N B. WIN THE WAR ASSOCIATION
maTs were rallying for a stands the "Trinidad uardian" was oM- reporting strong Russian attacks
Trbcklotd of prisoners streamed- ally Informed yesterday. In a brief message D.NBS, re-
back In the wake of the Amer- Duties of this commission, I Is ported that the Russians had OF TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO
can advance, but there was not stated, will be o carry on the work directed against the Tukums area.
a single smouldcring enemy vehicle out,ide of the city's areas. For this reached the beaches of Riga, at-
to ndicate th t-e enemy had put reason, it will be necessary to re- via's principal port. Th ere was no
I a determined light, said his tain a portion of the present staff expansion of the statement, how
despatch datellned, "In the rout to of 1,200. The staff of the head office ever, and it is believed unlikely
Berlin." is to be subdivided, some employees that Bagramian's troops now
Only iwarms of German war- remaining with the commission Ahd fighting a defensive operation
planes fought against this p111ril to some going' tvcr to the City Cor- ..1.... T I '_
the German border. Eoration. IPtaASE 1URN TO PAGE 8, COL. 5-
Supreme Headquarters lifted the portlonIS
cloak of secrecy only enough to re-
port tightening of the noose about
the tens of thousands of Germans Inrae4.iaydead aelif
In the Seine iver oop northwest M orvant R residents To G et Incresed military demands have led to
Li ghts Early In Se p m ber reduction in the Colony's quota of tyres
ofMNT Paris Lights Early In Sep~tembe r oo,, ~,.
The Americansadriving from the S r (inadequate as it was) for the third quarter of
south against the shattered rem- ... --.
renant Ofthe Seventh Armyseadva ized. Morvant residents will have electric lights In their homes the thtis year and it is more them likely that our
Xrreux In a nine-mile advance.
Rvreux Is one of the chief of the first week In September, said Mr. W. J. Williams, General Manager lredy smell upie w continue to be
erman fnti crate Seine andentresly 19 of the Trinidad Electricity Board, who yesterday told the Tri nidad
mle southeast of where the GeOr- Guardian" that he had been requested by Government to investigate reduced in view of the intensificatoHon of military
buman wfreCrosin the river at the possilblity of extending the service to St. Joseph and Tunapuna.
An 'even greater weight of at- At present, he stated, poles were being set up and houses were operations in Fr*nce end other Fronti.
tack is being thrown into the bar-
tie southeast of Pats with units being wired. ,----- --
Bulk Purcha.ng ieartaw t bt
Of GMineral Pottn army driving There was a fairly good supP these were still In the ut is.
through Obell and Melun, 15 of electric wire nd It was hov itthese weresln.the Custos
and .6 Mle below the Capital. to receive a shipmen' of meters If this we re so, h waet on, smost es ntial, theefore, tht ever cue
With Paris in the hands of the in the iext ix weeks. of the
F resistance fo ree whinthlof.lctricits kcf m Medl
seizedall public buildings in gob eetes oflc trici and put batm on the toot. gbe en to thus you have so that
helsed at, Point Cumana, ha 31o also revealed that the dmn
ence to CHU.PirKowa'scalltoMam that h eTinidad i lo r evekled tht the dhad r m lost is
rM AlWd today battered .rd owa in ,position r d h lst n as possible.
thmasintothet" iehahn t u eAceede d
QW153W14IM6 0eardor below the hathaars e u-orsb S tvahtu n
beair working his tata had been ut up nea th ethe w
weart foe Into a ri corner be- new pumint t and a nup e but itwasve
fore delivering the K.O." punch. of current would be avat bln wthobe a,, v.- 5t R .. U II .rT. OVEE A .
the very near future for that die- -ofurbe,


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to extend the S e' mas hsasinotdi a ostlist
Alred'y tssh en ltch Up !Ow say how sMO they woudu abe ir
iuIts" "MAN. I, Was very Unlikely theyocuda
Answf% I a question, Mr. Wil. be had ~bef~o ls estp e ear.
lame eSONthat Goverusent had eyng es~tatd aadae
not a bo o Sf J:dth
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Paris And Rumnia Foretell
Terrible Doom For Nazis
TME Allies chalked up two striking vic-
tories yesterday with the fall of Paris
and the acceptance by Rumania of Mos-
cow's peace trm which for her join-
ing the fight against Oermany, her for-
mer ally. Either of thee happenings
wiuld be notewortby but coming on the
same day they will make yesterday a day
to be remembered. It was clear that the
fall of Paris was only a matter of time
but instead of the Allied armines who were
approaching the capital,, it was the
French Forces of the Interior within the
city, assisted by unarmed citlaens, who
liberated it. On the other hand, the. news
from Rumania came as a surprise only
three days after the Red Army ended four
months of inactivity in the Balkans with
a drive that gained from 38 to 44 miles
along a 156-mile front.
In accepting the Russian terms the
Rumanian Government have shown
greater wisdom than the Finns for they
have realized the futility of opposing a
mighty army and squandering their re-
sources in a lost cause. The former Pre-
mier Antonescu committed a great blun-
der when, having imposed a rigid dic-
tatorship, he joined Hitler in making war
on the Soviet Union on June 22, 1941. He
has been removed in the switchover from
alliance with Hitler and it is to be pre-
sumed that he will be made to pay for
his foolish act. It. remains to be seen how
the Rumanian army will carry out the
conditions of peace, but if the people an-
swer the call to regard the Germans as
their enemies the Wehrmacht's position
in the Balkans will be conslderablly
weakened through having to fight among
hattie people. *
In the years to come Frenchmen will
celebrate the liberation of Paris from the
Germans with as much joy and fervour
as they celebrated Bastille Day in the
years before Hitler's hordes desecrated
the soil of the capital city For Parisians
especially it will be a memorable day, the
day when, with their own hands, they
freed their city and drove the enemy out.
This was in the Parisian tradition and in
the true spirit of a people who first won
freedom by breaking the bonds of feudal-
ism and set the pattern of liberty for
other nations. Once again, faced with a
new and greater tyranny, the Parisians
have set an example to the people of en-
slaved Europe by indicating, that, as in
the past. the way to freedom is to be
found not In submission to the enemy but
by rising against him at the right time.
It Is an example which should fire the
Rumanian people now that the liberating
Red Army is on their soil.
The last four days of the German oc-
cupation of Paris will be a shining chap-
ter in a stor of four years and two
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months of iufering. The wheel hdUa now
turned full lrcle since U nbrl t June
day in 1M0 tontel0er's pmoi leglM
entered the centre f vesman cultue and
he fondly imaginned th the W o world
was his to conquer. Today the O nerma
may well wonder whether these pre the
same people whom they wer! told er
degenerate when they crushed their
armies !or y4' -ago. Hitler ocel"d
the rout wys of his Nazi word-co
querer* end cond.mnned the French as
soft and plMsurg4oving. but repression
has remnolded tbsem and infuad them
with a new spirit which no tyranny can
break. Instead the enemy is cracking
under the fear of a terrible doom which
the fall of Paris, and of Marseilles Which
a!so was announces' yesterday, and the
defection -of Rumania portend.


Nutrition Committee's Work
Conforms To Official Policy
THE-Government's d-cision to reconsti-
tute the Trinidad Nutrition Commit-
tee is wcll-timnd as a ges ure looking t0-
wards peace. As Dr. John Duckworth of
the Imperial College, a member of the
reconstituted committee, said last w:ek.
the provision of an adequate diet for
everyone seems likely t be part of do-
mestic and international policy after the
war. It is being placed on the agenda of
the Medical and Heal.h Policy Commn,-
tee which is just beginning its labours
under Sir Alexander Russell, which sug-
gests that it will be incorporated in 'he
Trinidad Government programme.
S This interest in nutrition is on th:
right side, but we hope the subject will
not be treated in too academic a fashion.
It will remain a purely paper project if
the committee confin s itself to giving us
scientifically corr ct advice, which is
above the h1-ads of the average man and
woman. To be successful the committee's
work must be reduced to practical terms,
and it must be co-ordinated with activi-
ties in education, agriculture and medi-
cine. and with economic betterment gen-
erally. Nutrition is one aspect of a many-
sided problem.
The decision to re-create the Nutrition
Commite), though welcome, is late when
we consider the war-timne importance of
the subject. One of the great needs of
Trinidad has bcen to link nutrition work
with food control, and it is regrettable
that no dietary expert was appointed to
the Fcod Controller's staff. The most
rational system of distribution would be
one which took food values as well as
quantities into account. The Ministry of
Food in Britain has aimed not merely at
regulating diets wit'iin the limits of
available supplies, but at releasing; suffi-
cient quantities of the correct foods.
The elimination of luxuries and the
many other sacrifices exacted in the
Mother Country have not affected the
general health of the population, and a
gain in the average standard of nutrition
has in fact been made. We could hardly
venture to claim a similar gain in Trin-
idad, where for example there has fre-
quently been a d:flciency 01 pr tein sup-
plies which were already ger, rally in-
adequate, and the needs of infants re-
ceived little consideration at tim.s. The
authorities are not wholly to blame, but
even causes beyond their control do not
justify a total neglect of the subject Let
us hope it will be given better attention
in the future.
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Po First Thins First .i rs
IT" ERI0 -Triam" Ourdi. 1'
'eir lat st premmoUptn, there-
foft 'as U hMUl f Clri*-
t 's and Wot lpnimwlywt0 ipwtc.
tim oft edttated men un sN me\R
Io do" Canon Ffarquh in Sun-
days "Guardian" accuse the .
chjrc, e btt u is La.; nothing to
be ashamed of? Is not that gNart- --- -
ing at the starting oe? T srot
that emphas iing the rooto Iromn a-
wtieh all true education begins: ,
the 'fashiloix of Christlams"Y Sol
that man may know from what he -,
came; and how he came; and
primarily for wha: purpose he was
placed on this ertli. ,
What a fool the weary, wefit- \
aoaked toiler of the land is It bhe \
does not first prepare the land be-
fore planting his seeds. "Seek first
the things of God and all others OUT!
shall be added unto you." The
mental suicldea ofthis Trinidad Pa i s. lhberatld yesterdayy by Frin'h Vore" ef the Int .ior.
ttint2r Is no: surprising. Th. world -
,ouav ihs a failing for phltcin
; i:ic iora To Fiprirght Against
It our generation and our father., UM V a To Fight A mi s
hi; la:hioned Chiltisuans auC iti : L~1 -`lA 11* '
primarily educated men and womea, IG erjfInu A loriq ,,fie A llies
maybe we would not be livinu g
thro: gh th.s barbarous worlo'
turmoil. I CONTINUEO FROM PAGE 11
And at the >ird of the Canon's tude byv the R manian Peoptle i. i -. .
"Candid ComrnwiMls," ie has this to oni Rumania's leaders hd n'ot P .
sa' "It must, however, be a part- Prusslan autonnati" pistol pressed Wub i orks
n,#,. lp In whllhc arvanr'ae lor thetcloselv against their breast' or at
child mus,. be prramnoun'": but is he inape of their neck." *V
no that why v all this talk and ... ..... Ad M ......
rgui., ao te Education Bill t tes Af vIo r llo y
his taken pace? Is it not why the Edfen said Britain had concurred M i o ly d y
chunhes have b. ,-s> so steadfast in in the terms before thev were of-
their o.posi iou to the BIll-.-so that fered. The King's prozalmatlon in- t UT S on
the rights of the children may be dicated that the terms offer ed -Up o
preserved? Rumania were to help in routing e
The Canon remains Ine so r n the German forces from Inside her -
of what Ches-.erton once said: T're borders and the recovery of Trran- Statement issued by the Infor-
ottiy Wa' I could see clearly Ilnd lsylvanlia from Hungary which was
uiider'stand the doings of 'lis l given the province bv Hitler ii his matlon Offe yesterday discloses
worlds 1.bv standing on il heId." Vienna award of August 1940. that it r, s been decided by the
nDESMOND G. JOBITY King Michael said: "The United Acting Governor In consultation
Purt-i. (-Spain Natlons have recognized the In- with his advisers to set up a suit-
iustire of the dictat of Vienna un-
... ...der which 'Transylvania was torn aily consti uted comir.ttee whose
Bldckeye Peas Subsidy hIrom us. At the side of the Allied terms of reference will be to ad-
arm andr with tneir help we wil' ovnenl in r r
The Editi.or, "Trinidad Guardia4." cross the frontiers unjustly 1m- e the t Governient in regard to
1 would llife to draw the arite)- poqed upon us a' Vienna." tl-e carrying out of approved pub-
tio of( Gov:.'nmnent to tine fact This was Interoreted In London lie work. wlth due regard to the
thit it-is quite a long time atuce that Rum-nia would not be ac-
the An4r cultural Departnmeut sni. cen-ted as rn ally but as a co- supply of materials, equipment
men ;o nimca.;ure our land to enable bivIlierent In the category of Italy., and labour.
us t rct'lle the subsidy for black- B 'r i.RU.LAR.I The setting up of this body Is,.In
s .... O.r'. l a surl k thle lrst instance, to be regarded
r.3e peas. Our land was meaBurL'd
together vith that of the people Part of the surprise In Ruinmai"ias' as being i the nature of an ex-
of Penal and Dcbe. As far as we detislon was that she beat Bulgaria pertinent subject to review In the
learned truom tile Agric.jlt'irai to a withdrawal from the war. light of results achieved.
assistant of thi. district, the people Bulgaria, first to nult C'rmanys It is hoped that the appointment
of Debe and Penil are already paid, 'le-up in the First Wrld W.r, hats of the proposed comnmitee will
but e the p,"ople' of the St John wen< reported on the rers" of a ensure an orderly and co-ordinat-
lagoo ,.% n.ot beci told a wo.'d 'reak with tlhe Naz7.is for a week. ed development of approved pub-
about our suib.sdl.It se ems to me ,ut on on r v n>,ht her 1 ,works programmes with due re-
that our irpolawi( n %;'-ir not e -iore'fMinister. "an Dra'a- gard to considerations such as the
sidered, and that might be the 'lovy, appeared before the Bloartl.'i supply of labour, materials and
reason why we were 0,L aula tn- Parliament and refused to tal:e the equipment. It is intended that the
thing. plunge. committee should:
Not hearing anything for a long Rumania's decism Iis bound to ta) Tabulate and co-ordinate
time, we read In the newspapers have profound Influence o' thle existing plans for the development
that all wlho have applied for black- other Balkan satellites in addition of public works Ay the Govern-
eye peas subsidy are to call at thle to Immediately depriving Germany ment, the muniteliipaltlee and pib-
Warden's Office of theV' respective of the use of the rich Rumanian lice utility unciertakiug;
district. with the,- identification oilflelds. (b) Advise the Government on
cards iind they would be pad. Rumania Joined the Axis In No- questions arising out of- labour
v ai'Ins uf people went to the member, 1940. and followed Gee- supply, and the supply of materials
'V.irtdeis Office, to be told that many Into the war against Russla and equipment In relation to the
thliv ki)-w nothing about the black- on June 21, 1941. Six months later, development of the public works in
eye p. as subsid.. she entered a state cf war with the several districts of the Colony.
We appeal to tlhe au!hori is con- the United States and Britain. Having regard to the functions
reined to gre us som z saitsfaction Her collaboration with Germany which the committee is to perform,
in this, so i that we will know '.hrrA and contribution of hundreds of it is proposed that it should con-
we stanlId Ai:h our blackeve peas thousands of troops In the flizht lst of the Industrial Adviser as
b-v. against Russia was done under the chairman, the heads of those Gov-
I-iMNARINE GOBARDAN hand of Marshal In Antonescu ernent and quasi-Government
te.Diic t aha r departments whichh are the chief
the Dictatr. employers of labour, and that the
His fate Is now undisclosed. but mayor of each of the three munl-
Election Candidate Explains 11is Government has passed Into cipal bodies, and thot three trade
tihe hands of a new Premier, Gen- union representatives should be in-
The Editor, "Trinidad Guardian." 'oral Konstantin Sanatescu. vvlted to serve.
I be' to draw your altcition t) Bucharest radio said lthe Foreign It is hoped to announce the ap-
;l error n)pptaring in the "Suni- Minister In the new Cabinet was pointient of the committee at an
day Oiiurditau' of Aiigus 13 iiundir Grirore Niculescu-Buzesti and Ca- early date.
tile heading, "Woman Candidate to binet posts were civn to Ge:rie
contest seat, for first fime In Bratlanu and Julin Manlu. --
Sou0h." Thle article sLate, that I ..K S E..
ould stand for election ini sP.EH Permanent Post For
ridepplide ticket, It I am i[t slup- Th al P rm nsThe Kino r said:
por;,d by the West,. Indian Na'ilonat "Rumanians- TIn this difficult TH an
PC# 'y' hour for our country, I have c- rhour E
I Lope, by this letter to claoy cided for the salvation of the
my position with the Paurty. From Fatherland the Immediate cesea- Post of Harbour Engineer, at
March 3 this year, the relationship ion of hostilities with the United present held by Mr. S. H. R.
belwetn the Party Executive of Nations and I call upon the Gov- Beare, may soon be made pernst-
the San Feinando group and myself eminent oE nati-nal union to'ful- nent and penstonable, if a resolu-
was strained to bursting point, and fni the determined will of the lion by the Acting Financial Sc-
by treating the boycott decision country -to conclude p.tice with retary, Incorporating a proposal to
with the scant courtesy it deserved, the Unilted Nations, that effect, Is adopted by the Legis-
I established myself In the ,.ime "Rumania has accepted the ar- tlve Council tomorrow.
caLegp-Y as those who have been mstice offere'l by the Soviet Union. Salary suggested for the post
expelled. Great Britain and the United under the new arrangement is $480
A member who Is capable of States. From this moment, all hoA- per month.
floutin g the Party's decision I. times agaln-t the Soviet earm'is It also proposed to create a,
March last., when ita cmteisldipd'i'd and the state cf war with Gre.tt additional post of Superintendent
then to be Invincible, is really a Britain and the United State', will of Police with salary on the scale
member who is capable of tlink- cease. $260 to $320 per month, in place el
sions based on such a dispi;sltion "The Unlted Nations have gua- the post of Superintendent in the
know of no 0I.*." ranteed the independence of Ru- .5rcurlty Department which It is
HUGH 0R. WEBsTER .manhila: Any0one who opposes the now Intended to osbolish.
dec sion we have taken and who Five other new posts listed for
Independent Candidate For takes justice in hls own hands Is approval include three permanent
Nove dnshr 1944 Electlon, Sen an enemy of our nation, and one temporary second class
Fernando Borough Council. "I order tlie arnv and the whole clerkships, and an adlitona: post
- 'nat ion to '*nht with all means ann of. first class clerk to replace a post
Health Committee Query ?'a the cost ot any sacrifice against of second class clerk abolishedd In
Heal theommittee Query m the Accountant-General's Depart-1
The Editor, "Trinidad Guardian." "All Rumanians must rally merit. Of the three new second
It Is pleasing to note the selec- around theThrone ard t"heGovern- clnn posti, one it benh cletid in
lion made by the h:me GOvern- meant. He who doe--not accp t connection wrtl the collection by
,ient of Col. Sir Alexander Russell Government and redists th- will of the Treasury of monthly premiums
its cha,''man of the commatee to re- lhe nation is a traitor to* his .oun- of public officers insured with the
lew the Colony's medical and try. C" ..." Oolonial ijfe Insurance Company,
-~it the high. ..r.stig "They, the United Nations, havethsaryotepstbig--
-et ane bye the individalsre cognised ti intch covetable from the company. The
"Yett~) des th td d icas ... ..reomdth intte fhetwo other potts go, one to the
'med as members of the co ctt or vlenna under which magitracy, Tobago, consequent on
'11.c.. I cannot hei' feelin that Trnslvanla was torn from us At t esbl~hmen of a court at
-tther fDoetr Tit, P. Achong orW) the sde thev Allie array and 'sltell.dteohrI h
..eheu.tshu ra Drwit .h"r hel, we will cri the ChnotlaiWlae, and the athenr the
crell, while Sir Lennoac O'iteil.yfronvt. ras unjustly Impoed upon with exlare wpr t to cop
ho, along with Mr. o D atV expanding work.
8antoe, 1a probably one of the NEw CABINET -,-
Iusiest men in the Colony, should ... ....." -- -
"lyew to the ,on.be O.elwd Following the broadcast of the Par is i t
Wltht or the lion:be Roy .loseph. proclamation, Bucharest radio lit" Lb era d
The stereotyped manner for ed the new .mhin.t .,.e -.." n.. w.


,a by Government In 'satemeni oft poy'of the new uy forces
ns ~ otoo^ pr ^ t nothta" By French Forces
selecting trsons to form the petr.Government which Included two
sne o ommte or boarsdecrees provsty for pol- CONTINUOOM PAG i
dealing with matters of. Island- ticl ie ssn c nd-- -0 is ine n the Ona m et o ic 1
wide nt.rest, leaves one Ito won-,a t h- . Ona moment's notice, the whole
wi e lae aet O"closing of all concentraajon ASIS iahiseywa e i o'o
der. whether there are no etherrmachinery wasst in motion to
ladles or gentlemen cal,'iof The bro&acass a announced the occupy the world's third largest
serving and doing justicee to the in-. appointment of new Army Ghief of city.
habitants .Staff, eral Ckorle Mia and It is no easy responsibility. Paris
GASiKYND GRANGER. la new Lord Mayor of Bucharest, i In desperate strait. t esti-
San Juan. Briga4ler-eGOerl Victoar D5ogr mated that sr I neeSd liedately
schi. 3,000 tons of fMood= and S= t of
Besides Permler Sanatescu. the coal. After that there must he a
"mail lIsland Wanted new cabinet includes: hute and steady supIy.
The Editor, "Trinidai Guardian." i. Minters of State-Jullu MaiU. but a dec li:n wasU A to be
Why is there so much talk about 1aaer of the .-. sent Party, made if only as a tribUte to the
the so-called "small Islanders" in George Bratisnu. L ader of the tyeMidotM fact thaUt the Frneh
Trinidad? It Is suggested reoat-la- Liberal Party: Luceetif Patreaenu roonquehd their OaW caultal.
ting us all; but as an ai'ernaiVe Conimmunist; Constantin Petrecut Vrt Y hand WaS raised agant tle
measure. I would wronglyy urge the Socialist Wey.'t fI
Inmportatlon of Hungarian Jews Foreign Affalrs-Grigore mcLc. itbe rtnts of a city haveU
now available. It I% my b>lef that cu-Buzesttl; National Defecce-0O. wireted" It nrm theitmy.
the Colony will be much better off e, 'l Michael Popovll-. t. tor PeSS wauhaver 1ln "104
if persons yet unable to think c. n- General Aurel *Aides:' t t barim eu h e Prafn ceto
structlcvfly by themselves leave i|Economv and Financeni b 1i@eMr t U ag w .S*_Me
their j.oo of thinking to abler men. 'organs Labour a n dr Q of On
WEST INDIAN IHealth-GCrerel Nitolat Morrtmga;M: wr clms w o tS1".M4
pt-t(-talin iAgriculture- Dilmitri Decute -isil o guh&im-"


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dueed Is wanted by the Police for, utfta h Ao
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SOCIAL WE'lV..ARE 2nd En TIN
COMM mITTEE Vol"

The Trinidad Social Welfare
Committee ha.; ret up arn orani a. In exercise of
tlon. sub-co'nuttn' for the pur- ferried on me
pose of studying the co-ordination the u ?lence
of the voluntary social services in r lence g
the Colony Forcta, ReugU
As a first step the sub-commit- tentlon of &lH
tee Is gathering IntornMition as to Bn. Trinlead
existing voluntary bodies engaged to theardi ers
In social work. regardilg the
A questionnaire has accordingly 1944.
been issued to voluntary bodies s r ram.
known to the Committee and they required tiso
will be glad If appropriate groups h lure to donMi
which have not recivrd it will tinder the nlp
conlmunicate with of the afor
THE SECRETARY. of te afor
Social Welfare Cotmittee, d.T
P.O. Box 134. Sgd.a TI1
Port-of-Spain.
D. IBBERSON. Coi.,iuiandtiqg
Social Welfare Officer. 2nd Bn The'M


A.T.S. RECRUITS,


Recruits Required To Serve
In The A.T.S.

Carididait's nmut be really experienced In Stl
Book-keeping or Telephone Op'ra ing. They must I
@t high standard of Educatlon.
Candidates should apply In person between f
to A.T.5, Headquarters. St. jame" BarracA.., PorlttI-
SISLANDS LAUNCH SERI

The following additional launch services
as from p.m. Friday 25th instant:-

MONDAYS:-LIAaye Manos 6.30 a.m. for ON
and p'ort-o,-Spain.
FRIIDAYS.:-Leave eort-of-tpain 4.30 pIM. ,
and *Mon-.
SUNIAYS:i-Leave Port-of-Spain I a.m.
Monos.
Leave Monos 5 p.m. for all halts and VW
Accommodation is very limited and intenlding he4
to book in adva: cc at the Harmbour Master's ofice t
One small hand package per person only can bI I
should be sent by the regular Islands launch.


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teamr- On General Koenig's announce-
madvanceeto t of the capital'a liberation.
din the JHA.ZJ'. had no Information or
a sum of comment on the situation in
Te the northwest of Paris, Al-
E11. wopse was too rapid Ph on
t M aonto o be
^(tfl ~ him d~l*!AM lown to apct"P"1 B
F "N AMV HTING
6 1 Only in the Stretch immediately
bordering the Channel coast had
clI the pac lo wed somewhat and
h1-^ this wa xlained by the fact
t U FAGaaS 11 that the tro tincltudf Dutch
SROMand Belgiam, were fighting their
'out to itsouth "way through built-up area where
6 vicinity of Mar- it is necesary to clean out the
ED Ge mane In house-to-house fight-
354.CHED Ing.
i spotty resistance, Pro m the coat to Laigle epe-
5 y and armoured clally, the Germans were being
Grenoble morn given no rest, and in this sector
a nd were with A the Canadians alone yesterday
y from whk'llh took 8,000 prisoners and expected
ain'a collabora- an even higher bag today.
S was known to The ir force which yesterday
wa rep wrecked 600' Nadl tanks, vehicles
i f wa report- and locomotives, destroyed 37
to 1" have been enemy aircraft in operations
t SGermany limited hls morning by the wea-
;-other members
were Said to be ther,
In east France But clearing skies in the after-
r border noon sent fighters and filhter-
ton of Toulon, bombers out in force to harry the
treet flghtng be- German effort to retreat across
m French and the the Seine by all transport avail-
an swirled around able.
i area of the great From latest S.H.A.EJF. reports
Hitler's defence In the outline of the pocket now be-
wau rapidly disinte- gins at the Channel at the n.;uth
ii dere -of the river Toncques, runs south
described official- east to Pont Leveo.-where mop-
irttr and combat up squads still operating
weak and disor- though the main columns have
er lesa.s than!. pushed on from there to Lilsieux
were ls th and Orbec where a similar situation
the Swim border exists-and south to Rures tking
eunidefeStideons band In the villages of Le Sa,, Monnai,
juemd defenders na
t Keselring's forces GIos and La Ferriere.
Between Rugles and the Seine,
Spall was seen the Americans have taken Ver-
l before the French neuil, driven north between Ver.
but there was no neul and Nonancourt and are in
K whether the Ger- contact with Germans south of
S the town or were Breteull.
,dynamiting Harbour A column pushing down the west
~bank of the Seine was believed to
be somewhere near Vernon,
glo, Forces were lav- OBEC CAPTURED
an official spokes- Orbec was captured b,; Canadian
istancs they have Army troops. British troops were
Oenerai Alexander still engaging snipers in Lisieux
Stiatn the ground today and a senior Canadian officer
that ate up Digne, ,
Me, Gap St. Bonnet said it was still uncaptured. Just
p and placed them north of Lisieux, the Germans were
tod ake Grenoble and still staging resistance and Ger-
Ghhead to 140 miles r .an 88 guns were shelling troops
Vhbere the flrst waves who reached around the town.
& landed seven days Squeezing the Germans in the
Hrtrap south of the Seine in north-
rwer bag passed the western France. British Army
* shuttle service had troops captured Rugles in a four-
ated to ferry prison- mile advance north eastward from
( and the Italbtn Lalgle. A headquarters spokes-
man said they had also received
he success of the last a report that British troops had |
Sthe Americans less taken Glosla Perriers, five miles
From General due north of Laigle, but it has not
bier's columns and yet been officially confirmed.
e two Allied armies I All told. Reuter reports,
iarer than anyone there are 30 organised dlvi-
Upposed a few days sons crossing the Seine and
[ the Germans have collected
lefence fell apart and every available transport they
was extended in can, ranging from barges
a, serious fighting down to pontoons and ru')ber
the oulon coastal dinghies. In spite of bad fly-
Sbloodiest kind of ing weather. Allied fighters and
Warfare continued, bombers continued to pound the
Announced they fin- Germans trying to gRt across
Oihelmed the defend- the river. They destroyed 15
W&ea resort of Higers. boats and barges, more than
hadet less than four 200 vehicles and six tanks.
lon harbour. In a dispatch from Normandy.
crulisers and destroy- Frank Gillard, B.B.C. corre -
to' dive-bombers and pendent, said it was believed
Eit craft aided the that the 12th S.S. Panzer
by by pouring unre- Division have had the worst
pong the shore de- hiding in the recent lighting.
j the Nazis from the That division was responsible
mnttled French fleet. for many atrocities in Nor-
S at last report were mandy, including the murder-
Sof few hundred ing of Canadian troops taken
tita German posi- prisoner.]
Vaterfront of Toulon.
I occupation of the
_hourly Heavy Crop Loss


Rueen
continues
M reports reaching the
Announced the de-
auxiliary schooner
IUan coast to explore
ml missing Island
,e been driven to
,lee of the many
Sthe coast line.
0Mour indicating the
Vessel, found no
a statements issued
vy who reported no
et schooner. Mean-
tch Is being main-
Wconditionsm still un-
val authorities here
a steady issue of
recording impor-
L#5 they occur.
- Maval authorities
'wth British Naval
.LP all Information
kard to hurricane
j--nlor British Na-
BdIately it Is re-
Nt mtion is then
1ito cable to the
in the areaslike-


In Jamaica
KINGSTON, Aug. 23 (CP)---Re-
pdrta received early this morning
dicated that although the wire
service vws still out of commission,
the island was almost completely
devastated in respect of bananas.
Very heavy loss in coconuts and
great destruction of food crops are
likely to lead to a shortage of na-
tive foodstuffs in the near future.
Thousands of homeless on the
northsalde are seeking refuge in
schools and churches. No further
loss of life is reported but there is
no news yet from the western end
of the island.
The Governor who was holiday-
ing at Mandeville returned here
yesterday. Interviewed by a "Gledan-
er" newspaperman, Sir John Hug-
gins, said: "Upon confirmation of
reports, Government will take
speedy and appropriate action to
relieve the stricken areas."
Caynimn Islands were reported
hit but no details are available.
FARE STREET FIRE
Fire broke out at No. 12 Faure
Satset at about 12.55 o'clock yes-
terday but fire fighters hurrying
to the scene, found that the flames
were already extinguished. .I


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U.S. Locomotive Dut&nine
To Cost Colouy $10,789
Denmapi< etMed to a united
Mtate locomotve by an
ecident at Arouca will the
Colony T10.1.
To provide tor the pa t
iof the n fy'h dnebt fe dLt
tive Counc will asbed at
tomorrow' meeting to ap-
prove this e mm.

City To Get

Water Officer
A full-time officer to investigate
the city's water pply will tbe
appointed by the w ylrauwics 0o-
Juntmin the next few days the
nsdad Guardian" w asInformed
yesterday.
The intention to appoint t this
officer follows GOvernment's deci-
sion to have the Hydraulica Depart-
men co-operate with the Clte
Council on the water question.
While the officer will be under
direct control, of Major J. 0. Rid-
del Director of the Department of
Hydraulics, he will worked in con-
junc tion with officers of the City
Council.

U.S. 'Plane Crashes
On English School
PRESTON, Lancashire 4ug. 23
(Reuter.-The bodies of 35 child-
ren have been recovered from the
wrecked wing of an infant school
at Freckleton, eight miles from
Preston, after an Americanu Libera-
tor hit It today.
3ix more children are mining
and three of the American crew
are also known to have been killed.
The 'plane rebounded into near-
by premises including several boum
and a former garage used as a
services canteen. It is feared that
several people lost their lives in
these buildings.
The school re-atsembled only
yesterday after the suimmter holi-
days. In addition to 41 children in
this department there were 141 in
the upper school, but none of these
was hurt.


U.S. 'Planes Sink
Jap Freighter
By SPENCER M008A
G E N E B A L MacARTHUR'S
HEADQUARTERS, Southwest Pa-
cific, Aug. 24 (AP)-Stfrikng into
the southern Philippines for the
10th time in two weeks, United
States Navy Liberators touched off
towering fires at Davao, and sank
a small Japanese freighter north-
east of Mindanao. Five other en-
emy vessels and a destroyer tender
were hit in raids ranging from
south of Mindanao to Palau In the
Caroline Islands.


jRussians Topple
Two Big Bastions
CONTINUEDO RbM PAGE 11
welt of Riga, penetrated the
strong German position there.
Polish General Bor, in a War-
saw despatch to London, said that
"all day yesterday the enemy
shelled the area of the old city
with heavy artillery and mortars.
Enemy bombers were also active
and hand-to-hand fighting was
going ,on all time. In the central
area, Pastas, building where the
main telephone exchange is lo-
cated, was captured by our troops."
The Soviet offensive that knocked
Rumania out of the war, roared
through its fourth day capturing
Vaslul, 140 miles northeast of the
Ploesti oil centre, and toppling the
two big Bessarabian bastions of
Tighlna and Cetatea Albba on the
west bank of the Dniester, and
more than 400 other towns.
The Second and Third Ukrainian
armies ripped in the German and
Rumanian defences and advanced
at one section to 67 miles from
Bucharest. Rumania is still garri-
soned with thousands of German
troops, and the Russians continue
their campaign to drive the Nazis
entirely out of the country regard-
less of what Rumanian troops
chose to do.
While this campaign was bearing
its first great fruits In the Ruman-
lar- surrender, the FPlrt Ukrainian
Army of Marshal Konev in south-
ern Poland, lashed out westward
and laid siege on the city of Debica
a large aircraft Industry centre and
communications point, 64 mile east
of Krakow abd 19 miles east of
Tarnow, next probable objective of
the offensive.
Konev's drive swept up more than
70 towns. The new offensive north-
east of Warsaw advanced the Rus-
sians to within eight mils of the
formidable fortress of Loan, 20
miles below the East Prussian bor-
der, and freed another 8 towns.
The Germans counter-attacked
from the Warsaw suburb of Praga
on the left bank of the Russian
operations but the Soviet ocmmu-
nique aid they were driven off
with sharp losses._


ISport News


Sporting Club BeatNotre Dame

4-0 To Lead 'First Five' Race

Sporting Cjub continued their winning streak, when they banged
home four goals to Not" DMes nAme to carry oft the T A.FA. First
League fixture on the Association ground yesterday afternoon.
Sshy aporta, gooring go Ml in the first session, then almost
dominating play in the aeoond half rammed home three more in the
van, and thus secured the tbp berth on the league's standing. to re-
main Invincible to' date ths season in the 'past five' picture.
.. ... .- Many punters were at bay yes-
^ ,terday, as Shy Sports took the field
i| i I-AelA< ~minus Hugo bay, their pivot man.
U.S Presideit while the Dames lined up without
U r 1 N. Arthur. one of their stalwarts.
I gT_. ..- TT- 4-T U Refer Blackman. proved a good
|i | ] i J ~i V mibe ftute for Day, smashing many
I v. )-.lj ~ combinations, and was constantly
I ,keeping his forwards in his oppo-
II' Pence nents' area.
& Peace, Alvin Rodrigues treated soccer
-- -- fans to some real pretty dribbling.
'WASHNGTON, Aug. 2 (AP) and paved the way to many of his
A8... .. . 33 ,- team's goals.
President Roosevelt told delegates Sporting Club took on the offen-
today at the Dumbarton Oaks give at the whistle, and 1'.id the
Security Conference that he hopes, better of the even tussle in this
"in planning for the peace that is half.
to acome, we will arrive at the same sports' Montell started the open-
good oo-operadion and unity of ing goal of the match, and
action we have in carrying on the Rodrigues, the B.G flash, con-
war." verted with a flick first timer well
Amerting "we learn from expe- placed in the nets, midway in this
rience," the President greeted 43 session.
delegates on a visit to the White The resumption s aw Sporting
oun. by expressing Is hope fo Club dominating this period, and
sucess in their work on g plan Kilgour scored their second gcthl
for postwar security. Mr. Roose- from a penalty.
volt sid one of the things this and Notre Dame had a slight change,
other conferences must work outaa. Pierre was put at centre for-
as ward. Achong centre half, and
wa somethingg that will last Massig hl
Massey right half.
long tune." This shuffle met, with no success,
The President said, Germany's as Shy Sports played all over them.
youth could menace the world for Notre Dame got sa penalty, which
many years, and hence the Allies should have decreased their bur-
miust work "absolutely in unison" den, but Chen booted the spot kick
to enforce, "a peace that will last." outside.
The Prsiden hrlem r J Johnnie Alkin.t paved the way
The President's remarks ladi efor the third gc, as he followed
Gated the belief that the Allies a pass which drew Chmn from the
will have to keep a close watch on uprights, beat the custodian, and
oGermany, possibly for 50 years. drove scrossthe egol only to be
He received the Russian, British lobbed in the meshes by Dart.
and American delegates at the The fourth to put the issue be-
White House shortly before John yond doubt was not long in coming,
Foster Dulles, foreign affairs ad- and this time left winger Manteil
viser to the Republican preslden- figured prominently in scoring, he
taI nominee, Thomas Dewey, held I dribbled, then cut in. centered to
a momentous conference with Mr. the short, burly centre forward,.
Cordel Hull and exchanged ideas Johnnie Alkins, who with a first




\X^.,^ 'A DA.:^NOTRE DAME: P. Chen; N
on American partici tion in the time scorcher beat Chide; P. Burk, V.
world security Organisation. well p!,iced shot in the meshes.


PGolerre, R. Achongwere: P Massey, A.Rdrigues,
ICONTINUN. Ki FROM PAlE g Borde, 0. BePonrt, R. Burnett. ands


victory msrch. A proclamation Mc^arthi C'LUBR N. Kilgour:
one each,



Free Foacas rom Algiers saiy e Mr Agostin .a the refrekin e.
Thepublic salutes the dead and mar- rTean A:--kin A Rdri
NOTRE DAME:ari. hen;


tyrs of Paris as well as s of n B. Halfhid; P. Burke, V
thePierre, R. Achong: Pand rech armeMassey who A.
tCONTINUED FROM PAGE 13 Borde, 0. Poon, R. Burnett, and
victory merch. A proclamation McCarthy.
broadcast from Algiers said: "The SPORTING CLUB:- N, Kllgour:
Provisional Government of the Re.-.T-cEDpsn .AknR
pubicsalte th dad nd Blackman, H. Mclntyre: J.Bet
pubicsalte th dad ndmar- H. Moore, J. Alkinq, A. Rodrigue,ar'
tyrs of Paris "s well gta soldiers of and E. Montell.


nave faulen in ive years or attle.
Paris has risen to Join in the war
effort and stands in the vanguard
of the ultimate battle for tie lib-
eration of the peoples."
Pershing Calls Liberation
Of Paris Step Forward
WASHINGTON, Aug. 23 (Reu-
ter) .---General John Pershing,
American commander-In-chief in
France in the last war, said here
today that the "liberation of Paris
ln a great step forward along the
road to Berlin."
"Today Paris Is free," said the
general in a statement, "and some
Americans who fought to preserve
the freedom of Paris in 1917 to
1911 have had. a permanent role
In the liberation of Paris. By their
co-operation with their British,
Canadian and French allies, these
American soldiers In 1944 have
upheld the high military traditinns
of the United States Army."


Sept. 15 Deadline
For Probe Evidence
September 15, has been fixed as
deadline for submission of evidence
for the consideration of the Medi-
cal and Health Policy Committee,
the secretary, Capt. Z. W. Daniel
announced yesterday.
Individuals and societies wishing
to submit evidence must forward
six copies in memorandum form to
the secretary, c/o Colonial Secre-
tarlat before September 1.5 after
which date no further representa-
tions will be considered.

CORINTHIANS vs IMPERIAL
The following players will repre-
sent Corinthians in their East St.
George League match against Im-
perial on the Recreation grounds,
St. Joeph, this afternoon:-
0. Perry; W. Hickseon, T. Bruce;
H. Anderson, A. Charles, A. Holder;
A. Cupid. Rex FPlores, N. Belle-
Smythe, H. Massy. C. Andrews.
Reserves: V. Hickson, D, Mc-
Allman.


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Maple-Fleet Clash
In City Today
Fleet Air Arm, champions, will
clarh with the colourful Maple in
a T.A.F.A. first league feature en-
gagement on the Association
ground this afternoon.
The Airmen a presently hold-
ing third berth on the league
standing with four matches con-
tested, while Maple, who NMive se-
cured second berth having played
five matches, will be going all out
to maintain their stand against
Fleet tclay.
The match will be an Interesting
one, and soccer fIns will be seeing
the dangerous Wardlaw on the
F.A.A. line up in action for the
second time this season in the city.
Major Mervyn Grell will referee.
while Mr. H. Murray and Mr. N.
LAurayne will .. lines.


Victoria Upset
Commandos 1-0
Trinidad Guardlan Correspondent.
SAN FERNANDO. Aug. 22--Cel-
lar placed' Victoria gave soccer
fans here a shock, when they edged
out Commandos by slender one-
nil margin in a SA.F.A. "big five"
fixture at Skinner Park on Mon-
day afternoon.
Victoria's goal came from a pen-
alty kick, but had by a wide mar-
gin the better of a tame game
which was played on ,t heavy
ground.
The game was one of missed
chances, but despite this both goal-
keepers W. Percy of Commandos
and Blenman of Victoria saved
well.
Mr. A. Durlty carried the whistle,
while Mr. B. Madaj rind Mr. A.
McAllister werb the linesmen.


AUCTION

SALE


-- ON -
THURSDAY, 31 st
AUGUST, 1944
AT -
3 Seott-Bushe Street
A 2 P.M.
By Instructions received from
Mr. M. J. Kirpalani to sell by Pub-
lie Auction the following:-
6 Cubic Ft. O.. Refrigerator,
R.C.A. Radio and Radio-Phone
with Automatic Changer, 4ft.
Stme. Beds. 3ft. S Bimmons
Beds, 4ft. SIMmons Bed, 4ft. 6
Spring rie Mattreese. 4ft.
Fprh lled )attra, sft. 6
I rum Mattreu aimmons
RM IsImparted Buite.
VER-eW, Wicker Spris Pglled
Mats, Warttob with and without
trrorn ressin Tables with bur-
ro, O Chinese Cabinet, Bed-
room Cabinets. I Dining Sulte
and I Sideboard, Chinese
TaMs. Side Tables. Canadian
Ohmtm, Leatherette Chain, Card
T" aw, s ISde & Camel
B 3jth frb I Bastri
Reading Ramp.,
$ B~rner Stoeve with OYem, Out-
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PREPARE FOR
PEACE
Do not let the war mat 7M
career. Study NOW to be ready to
grasp the new opportunities thai
will be available to T7AINXD i -
and women in the post-war .'*eor-
ganlsation of industry and seom-
mi.rce. Humndieds of L... stud-
ents throughout the British Min
have increased eir snf g powr
through taktn our famis, p-wkl
crurses. we te"ac BOOK-ur-
INGO, BUBINfM MANAGER .
OORRMSPONDXTCE. BAMImd
LAW. SNCRETARYSHIP, "ALE-
MANSHIP, etc.. all over >e war
r suced fees to overseas students.
Diplomas and Badgms awarded.
Write for proapectus and overeav
students' testimony.
LONDON SCHOOL OF
COMMERCE
(Dept. .D.- ) 116 High Helbem
London. W.C. I 1, .ngl d


TRITAN BUILDING AND LOAN
k880CAATION

REDUCED RATES

OF INTEREST ON LOANS ON MORTGAGE
uxmn uvW lie
on "hm o aSUNI msm wns i r amar .
Oa khams upi d a Mm to .m 4 %rer annum

ABi Am AITUBP r F- REPAYMENT O LOANE.
Per nmurtukmu a m t.-
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Secretary.


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PERSONAL NO TES ,


Talk Of ,Tinidad

-nSw f ri0of pri 0e h and Mrs. Wrighto
IIAOfOttA~azand~el


Miete r JOprew .lie11. ortnisl., ahS Iat'n .OSatIda ala
Oa, yesterday moIdn, mLetrh oe(n Garcon lk.w
IPs8 wS Wnd otherd, MAitOWsuppe thN ei..rd their ..aod
p of0 te A "ed Natis J Ahonrw Otfthe Inwkat on of Petu.
t-saw a *umberofPriva homes d MrMrtin s i
We putdamag fla t o put on their boYclish
ft Is tfuly peat to know that we art rumblflw towards victor.:
-Ood Baimn Bt Hs > and taeUnitod atU
MISS JOYC, MILVIIE organsed a pWty on Saturday las
Ann Madge Taker, who1Isa for Canada with the A
'Stul. Itwas supprted hb her CO-wU to i the T.AD. cimee at WI
)iuld &ad was he4d at M. and Mrs. Tases home. Gordon James
WS-edlSV Wing Orce pSuP Plied the music for dancing, and as
bSa's Ment were: Mr. Task. Mis Owen Kellms n,
Yvoe Stone, Mrs. Kat Towle, Miss Marie Martin Mina
Bela Sgt. and Mrs. Paul Knight., Mrs, Douglas Grant and M W
Orant;Mr. Mikey OGake, Set. Paul Mesaish-Smlth. Sgt. Kloft'
SDutch. 'Sgt BWight. gt. Bob TrUlman, SgL. W. ardner,
lOrant Pickett and a lew other.


AR. JOSE Dc MONTBRUX, director of Me&srs. Grell and Co., who
arrived from Msntreal lost week, met many Trinidad boys In the
IC.A.. Amongi themwas L.A.C. Gerald Betanccurt, who bag won
tw ophiesl .Canada for athletic prowess. One Is for boing and the
othj r for high diving.
Young Betanourt has recently been made divial _t. u ciVW Oft e
*Montreal Amateur Athletic Association swimming 'ool 1l Montreal.
pdOENrE.A-PIRRE Club are having their usual month-end formal
danme on Saturday from 8 o'elck until 1 am. Music will be sup-
.Iled by the T.L.L band.
rER. P. W. JARVIS, retired manager of Barrlay s rank Ltd.. who
resides at Goatley Hall. Cedar Grove. San Fernando, is a iaUent
,'at San Fernando hospital. 'Humming Bird" joins his friends I their
"ood wihe for his speedy recovery.
MR. and MRS. DAVID LOW. ef POtlnte-a-Pierre. have recently re-
turned from long leave, which they spent in Canada and the
United States.
On the outward journey Mr. Low was unfortunately taken ill at
Miami and was held up there for 14 weeks before he was well enough
to proceed to New York, and later Ut, Toronto. Mr. and Mr. Low were
granted two months' extra leave and were able to spend five or six
weeks at the Muskoko tLakes, whirh they both enjoyed very much.
*
*'MR. and MRS MALLALIEU, of Hprmlt.ge Estate, Usine Ste. Made-
line, and Miss V. Bynoe. of Barclay, Fank. San Wernando, have
recently returned from a short holrdav spent at Farallon Island. in the
course of which they entertained qulite a few vlitors and had a
very enjoyable time themselves.
rTHE dance at NaparlAa Clhino last .;Saturdav was. a very enjoyable
affair which was attended by many of the vyiinger set )f Sam
..Pernando and quite a Rfew pe pie from the ollfleld& Rainhie Gellizeau's
Sand provided the music and danrinr went on tintil the small hours.
Among those propent. I notlcd Mr rmd Mr R R B McKenzie,
who were sa, ir'g gooddb. 0 all thrir :,iendi. before Ipvaing for their
trip to the Starf. !na Cn,'di:d Dri n, Mr< y.v Krnhl. Mr. and
Mrs. St:iart Arrin'deI. Mr C R ,'I k ,.,d M.e-- ) Curlev. Mr and
Mrs Lee Dra, .'. Mr'. I ( (" H ,'i>!,l. I Vm \' NPes. Mr and Mrs.
Evan r.ai.;h:. PD P<'-r r ,v. .-i- (ir.arv PR',tn, Miss Pat R:s-
tar.I. Mr .Jrhn Rf',>" , LewF Mrs ,r": "! I),' I,;: i '*.-vi''-f Mr nil Mrs. lan Reid.
Mr and ?', 'C i I., .1 M' (' ;, r':- '( Mr "'",nny" Sesle,
Mr .".d M- ;? T \ C'" '' (;,- ','. P r i'. Mr. %. M
P 'a3. M.r ed r'.,. h,. :..' A',--'I., Mr R Challiner. and
Mr ar, M-' G,'- .fre Tavlor from P. tnte-a-Piprre. Miss, Mona
...."-' 'r 'x: ,' M- l- !n'r.. ,'. Pierre d'o V rteil. Mr Gaston
dr- V':e,"2 Mr A M C".': Mr D1) (O'-nmri fr m Point Foi:tin and
M- nrid H: H M', fro-i TC.) L.
: .' y. ,- '* r ,; :*; ,: .. * , .l.. .. *i- I r,',: [ p;rI- prH in re
... (; }: r '; I' T I 3C O;F P1I'llP es
T on, :, - r." i 't1 nt Saturdav
is*' : .. :* *; '.: ....... P' ,. '"m.'-'*" :* I vrt" 'oins with her
n "- I -" .' h' :n l . ''"' : ,; i p te and speedy
rec-' fr'
Mr: In :. !-. a' ;;;! ..i: n ,:,;';, A:ii; her -idertf daiRhter and son-
n-; '. M, ." 't : :' ., I ;';r:.:I of Pert.'ltai.:., so that she can
v."'I the p:'.l- i r r-. ('. *:
rTHE party Vhlich a ,'so he' )ev;: at Mr lo.imimnno Antonis home on
Friday, hAgrut by the itmtlers of % uSt Clhub has been
postponed. d'ue to the football match to be rt jyl between that Club
aend Ce the ?< ,.',-: .n day.


.... DAILY MAGAZINE

1 Informal Talks By Scientists NCY

J 4 Pointe-a -Pierre Club PLAYING 1
- a>sisaaw J.:I. N imwI lraoc of Reuesch a thQ Ooloall pro. W C tw
' @" Robetnon, ProfunfPOM ,a f i
im W u tcdfue_,iIvlt i w y, ho I lso a Maba wciath o U -
U" kthe South a" the gumt of MOMS. Trial-

'*M"--^- + They wer entertahd at a aset-
ttb t*Up~rty ^T5> by Mtr. end Mrs.A. ^^B^
J. Ru~~t~en-Mrry *t their bunga-. l^ ^ B B
oTutiday, AuMt 1 when&


A cute Hittle afternoon frock
for the teen-age girl can he
.made in a dotted material with
trimming of braid in a match-
ing colour.


Rihards, Mr. and Mr. D. I. L-
Mr. and Mrs. Alem Bhwe Mr. as
Mrs. C. IU Smith, Mr. and M.
Spenlove-Brown, Mr. and Mrs.
B. Chrtan. Mr. Jim Hulme,
and Mrs. W. H. MaeNaugLto
Joes,. Dr. and Mrs. J. Patton
and Mrs. J H. McLea. Mr. and Mi
A. 2. Gerty. Mr. and Mrs. B. 0.
Mardall, Dr. and Mrs. M. Schwar
SMr. and Mrs. F. H. L. Tindall. i
and Mrs. D. 0. Bagg, IMr. and MU
R. Edgeworth-Johnrstone, Mr. a
SMrs. H. C. H. Thmas, Mr. A. 0.
Berry. Mrs. A. Newton Mr. B. Ha
grieve, Mr. David Bhooo. Mr.
0. Banks. Mr. Ray Palmer, Mr.
W. J. Loveless, and Mr, Har
Crompton.
On Wednesday evening the pr
fessors were the guests of hono
ut a dinner party given by tl
general manager at the Gus
House. following which the profe
sers gave informal talks at Polnte
a-Pierre Club to members of tl
Trinidad Institute of Petroleum ar
other guests from the olfflelds
the South.
Accompanied by Dr. Pftrank Ho
ton and Dr. H. H. Suter, Prof. 8
monsen and Sir Robert visited tl
Pitch Lake on Thirraday and afte
wards went on to Forest Resenr
Where they were entertained
luncheon by Mr. L. G. Laidlaw, tl
field martager, and Mrs. Laidlaw.
In the afternoon they went on
tour of the Forest Reserve olflelh
and in the evening were the fgues
of honour at a small dinner part
given by Dr. and Mrs. Frank Mot
ton at their bungalow In Polnte-i
Pierre. the other guests being I
and Mrs. A. R. Richards. Mr, A. (
V. erry, Mrs. Bruce Hobson, Mr.
E. B. Jones, and Mrs. A. Newton.

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pursuant to Section 11 of the Rat
arges Recovery Ordinance, Chapt
8, NOTICE is hereby given th
nd by virtue of a Warrant of Sa
te hand of the Mayor of the Port-o
'City Council, dated 10th Augus
the premises hereunder will be sold Ib
C AUCTIONbefore the doors oftt
SHALL, between the hours of

4o!clock p.m. on Friday, the.8th SeV
1944 save and except those of thi
Iemises in respect whereof there sha
to the Port-of-Spain City Counc
- such sale, the sums due and payabli

Sher with the Statutory Increase there
id the proportionate cost of public
ortisement.


BCOMBY STREET
mtUt LA
EaMLTURIE
in, Rate ". 1943 36
BAIN
H. house Rate 1943 25.
4WNA L. JAMES
Rate ...... 1943 30
SRate .. 1943 12.
' BASSO
I. Sewerage 19423 2.
SOP JOHN
"'A Carriage 1942
B SAMPSON
ll Sewerage 1942 A

AGARD LANE
S RUDOLPO
gRate ...... 1943 17.0

ALERT LANE
OW MONI-
tate ...... 1943 9.(


DRA STREET


Sate* ...... 1943 54.0

",ORF STREET


S te ...... 1942 14.4
S te...... 1943 17.0
T IFILL "EX"
...... 1942 20.4
rate ...... 1943 24.00
ate ...... 1942 12.00
BT IFILL
...... 1942 11.5i
#Afte ...... 1943 13.60
i Rate ...... 1942 6.80
UjaNE STREET
tA BYNOE
iItte...... 1943 2.40
*SBER STREET
SBANFIELD
t...... 1943 20.40
HOMES
S ...... 1943 36.00
SMCCARTHY
...... 1943 11.80
LINE
VA
...... 1943 21,60

iRkLE STREET
TANNINS
M tl ...... 1943 8.00
JOORDON &
Itrice Rate 1942 1.43
0ts .... 1943 9.52
MODISTE
tl ee .... 1941 29.84
It. NORVILLE
tS ...... 1943 20.40
SDON
te......1943 4.80
1te4......1 1 2.40
te.0i 4 2 3.4
*Me ...... 1942 4 an


...... 194
...... 1M32
...... 1943
...... 1941

'...... 1942
...... 1943
WJ1 to CROOKS
..... 1941

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...... 1942
..1941
......1942
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1342

1942

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61 Rate 19 I1
.1te 1942

1 Rat... 141%
t Rate.. 1942
.1943
B 1940
........ 141

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7.82
7.82
9.20
18.32
16.321
19.20
9.60
9.60


9.18
9.18
10.80
.54

4.93
5.44
5.44
6.40
.32
J2

11.96
11.05
13.00
2.60
2.60
3.40
34
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Water Rate ...... 1942 1
10 ETHELBERT GRIER
House Rate ...... 1942 8
House Rate ...... 1943 7
.00 Bel. Imp. Rate .. 1943
Water Rate ...... 1942 1
.20
BAPTISTE LANE
00
.00 1 MARY PAUL
Hcuse Rate ...... 1943 28.
00 New Services .... 1940 8.
5 CONSTANCE PHILLIPS
House Rate ...... 1943 3.
., 12b LOUIS BAPTISTE
House Rate ...... 1943 6.
BARTON LANE
13 ENID DIAZ "EX',
House Rate ...... 1943 24.1
00 BASILON STREET
1 ANN FREDERICK
House Rate ...... 1941 14..
House Rate ...... 1942 14.,
House Rate ...... 1943 17.(
E.D.R. Imp. Rate 1943 .
so Water Rate ...... 1941 3.
Water Rate ...... 1943 3.4
7 LETICIA LASTIQUE
Hcuse fate ...... 1942 11.:
House Rate ...... 1943 13.3
W & R Water .. 1941 1,1
W & R Water .. 1942 1.1
0 13 C. M. LASTIQUE
House Rate ...... 1942 1.1
House Rate ...... 1943 10J
13a C. M. LASTIQUE
House Rate ...... 1942 9.1
House Rate ...... 1943 10.8
13b C. M. LASTIQUE
S House Rate ...... 1942 8.1
0 House Rate ...... 1943 9.1
19 C. M. LASTIQUE
0 House Rate ...... 1940 20.4
01 House Rate ...... 1041 20.4
10 House Rate ...... 1942 20.4
House Rate ...... 1943 24.0
4 New Services .... 1935 15.6
0 26b ERIC CHARLES
0 House Rate ...... 1939 12.2
House Rate ...... 1940 12.23
House Rate ...... 1941 1.02
House Rate ...... 1942 1.t
House Rate ...... 1943 1.24
ED.R. Imp. Rate 1938 1.4
E.D.R. Imp. Rate 1939 .7;
F D.R. Imp. Rate 1940 .72
E.D.R. Imp. Rate 1941 .06
E.D.R. Imp. Rate 1942 .0(
Water Rate ...... 1939 6.41
Water Rate ...... 1940 6.4g
Water Rate ...... 1941 .60
Water Rate ...... 1942 .60
W & R Water .. 1941. 1.06
S40 THERESA M. AMAD
House Rate ...... 1943 10.20
42 ONELIA DUPONT
House Rate ...... 1943 4.80
BATH STREET
5a BENJAMIN GIBSON
House Rate ...... 1940 5.10
House Rate ...... 1941 5.10
House Rate ...... 19423 5.10
House Rate ..... 1943 6.00
Water Rate ...... 193 2.70
Water Rate ...... 1940 2.70
Water Rate ...... 1941 3.00
Water Rate ...... 19423 3.00
7 M. B. SMART
House Rate ...... 1943 21.20

BEDFORD LANE
13. SAMUEL JONES
Bel. Imp. Rate .. 1942 .73
Water Rate ..... 1942 2.92
BELGRADE STREET
15 JUMAN KURBAN
House Rate ...... 1943 14.40
33 ROSALIE PRESCOTT
House Rate ...... 1943 13J0
51 WILLIAM PREVOST
House Rate ...... 1943 12O00
New Services .... 1940 13.86
3 FANNIE ASSAM
House Rate ...... 1938 5.85
House Rate ...... 193 2.04
Hous. Rate ...... 1940 2.04
House Rate ...... 131 3.4
House Rate ...... 1942 2.04
House Rate ...... 1943 20
E.D.R. Imp. Rate INS .78
E.D.R. Imp. Rate 139 .12
E.D.R. Imp. Rate 1940 .12
E.D.R. Imp. Rte 1041. .12
KD.R. Imp. Rate 1942 .12
Water Rate ...... IlM 1. 64
Water Rate ...... IW 0
Water Rate ...... 140 .08
Water Rate ..... 1941 .-
Water Rate ..... 1M2 .A
24 ETHi L SEALS
House Rate ...... 1943 27Ao
26 0HRIStIANA
SAMUEL
House Rate ...... 141 5.10
HouM Rate ....... 11M S0
House Rate ...... 1M3 040
41 D. & O. & R. MRtIm
a V. LEWIS
noue Rate ...... 1I" U."0
Water R4ate ...... 1942 0

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New shrvi I. M 17.34
12 JoaEPh SAVORY
HouNw Rate ...... 1943 19.20
16 JO3I CAVE
Houn Rate ...... 19 6.o00
MRaONT CIRCULAR ROAD
47 ANDREA B. L.
MOLLENTHIML
Water Rate ...... 1942 14.1
47& IDA C. GEOPIROY
& OR&
Home Rate ...... 1943 21.80
BELMONT CIRCULAR ROAD
12 BENJAMIN HARE-
WOOD
Cisanin Clesspita 1941 650
139b LUBWORTH D.
PUNCH
W. & R. Water 1942 1.12
135 09030IL MC-
CLEAN
HousE Rate ..... i 18
203 H.M. BAPTISTE
House Rate ......1943 14.40
205 H. W. BAPTISTh
House Rate.......1943 18.00
223a IATILDA DE
House RateM...... 1943 7.20
26DOROTHY J.
NAMSOO
Housw Rate ...... 1943 36.00
46b THOMAS W. A.
TAYLOR
House Rate ...... 1943 1320
Water Rate ...... 1942 2.64
64a FRANOCIS 0.
GOMES
House Rate ...... 1943 24.00
80 WILHELMINA
NURSE
House Rate ......1943 26.00
104 OSWALD I. ASSING
& ORS.
House Rate ...... 1942 9.80
House Rate (Prop) 1942 8.16
House Rate ...... 1943 30.0)
Bel. Imp. Rate 1942 .54
Water Rate ...... 1942 15.00


S BESSON STREET
2 JOHN NUNES
le House Rate ...... 1940O
House Rate ...... 1941
e- House Rate ...... 1942
S House Rate ...... 1943
I 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 Rate ...... 1940
.20 Water Rate ...... 1941
Water Rate ...... 1942
12 16 AMY RICHARDS
.20 House'Rate ...... 1943
36
P LACKETT LANE
I WILLIAM PREVOST
House Rate ...... 1942
House Rate ...... 1943
Bel. Imp. Rate 1942
80 Water Rte ...... 1942

.60 BOISSIERE LANE
BO
I1 B. CONLIFF
60 House Rate ...... 1943
New Servtces .... 1940
23 HENRY PLOW-
DEN
House Rate ...... 1940
00 House Rate ...... 1941
House Rate....... 1942
House Rate ...... 1943
Bl. Imp. Rate 1940
Bel. Imp. Rate 1941
45 Bel. Imp. Rate 1942
15 Water Rate ...... 1940
00 Water Rate ...... 1941
96 Water Rate ...... 1942
4 New Services .... 1936
40 25 HENRY PLOW-
DEN
22 House Rate ...... 1940
20 House Rate ...... 1941
14 House Rate ...... 1942
14 House Rate ...... 1943
Bel. Imp. Rate 1940
8 Bel. Imp. Rate 1941
S Bel. Imp. Rate 1942
0 Water Rate ...... 1940
Water Rate ...... 1941
*L Water Rate ...... 1943
0
BONAPARTE LANE
6
S 12 JULIA JOSEPH
House Rate ...... 1943
0 BORDER STREET
0
0 ia ALBERT J. B.
10 ANCHE
2 House Rate ...... 1943
S BRATHWAITE STREET;
4 23b WILHELMINA
S NURSE
House Rate ...... 1943 1
0 29 MARY CHRISTIE
4 House Rate .... 1943
2 14 H. W. BRATHWAITE
2 House Rate ...... 1943 1
6 CADIZ ROAD
8 23 ANN M. BELAMY
8 Houss Rate ...... 1943 1
0 25 W. A. CHARLES
House Rate ...... 1943 1
37 H. 0. FERREIRA
House Rate ...... 1943 1
Prop. House Rate 1942
Prop. Water Rate 1942
28 OLIVE T. EVANS
House Rate ......194 1
28a NATHAI.IEL J. PILE
House Rata ...... 1943
CALVARY HILL
1 MABEL AUSTIN
House Rate ...... 1943
3 EDWARD MARTINEAU
House Rate ...... 1942 1
House Rate ...... 1943 1
Water Rate ...... 1942 ,
CARR LANE
3 AUGUSTA FORD
Cesspits a ........ 1940 '
House Rate ...... 1942 I
House Rate ...... 1943.
CARR STREET
7 3DNA & ARCHI-
BALD HINDS
House Rate ...... 1943 11
15 ZDWARD JOHNSON
House Rate ...... 1942 20
House Rate ...... 1943 23
Bel. Imp. Rate 1941
B:l. Imp. Rate 1942 1
Water Rate ...... 1941
Water Rate ...... 1943 11
4 TLFZN MAUD DUN
Pdl. Imp. Rate .. 1942
8 HILDA BLACK "1
House Rate .....1942 4
House Rate ...... 1943 4
Water Rate ..... 1942 3
CAZABON LANE
Its M. HIV'OINS
House Rat ..... 1943 20
Water Rate ..... 1942 10
12 MATILDA MARCELLk
Hotse Rate ..... 41 8
House Rate ..... 1942 8
House Rate ..... 194M 9
Bel. Imp. Rate .. 1941
Bel. Imp. Rate .. 1942
Water Rate ..... 1941
Water Rate .....- 16 1
CHARLOTTE STREET
30 AUGUSTA IZWIS
Metered Supplies 1%2 137.
Metered Supplee
to .9....... 304/194 69.
House Rate ..... 194 73.
UMis Rate ..... 143 I.
Seweraxe Rate IM M 341
3T JUAN A. AyNTON!
HoWs Ret. . ... 163 66.
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14.40
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TRINIDAD GUARDIA. THUSDAY AUGST PA IaS&


0 MARWARr BURMN
W.aRsewaer. 14 le
T71 J. N. DENNIS
House Rate ..... 1943 19.0
73 FELIX GRIFFITH
House Rate ..... 143 54.0
85/86a JOHN L. CHARBONNE
House Rate ..... 1943 51.0
129 MARIE McSIIINE
Stook & Carriage 1942 2.1
153 TRINIDAD CO-OP]hATIVE
BANK LTD.
House Rat ..... 1943 33.0
26 ALPHONSINA AtARTUOCT
House Rate ..... 1943 163.40
62 DAVID N. NOEL
House Rate ..... 193 5.30,


CHINETTIE ALLEY
Ua I. NURSE
E.D.R. Imp. Rate 191 .41
E.D.R. Imp. Rat 1942 .41
Water Rate ..... 1941 4.10
Water Rate ..... 1942 4.10
A EDWIN A. NICHOLSON
House Rate ... 1%3 20.00

CIPRIANI BOULEVARD
47 LILIAN ARNOLD
House Rate ..... 1 1 51.00
57 JAMES R. & SARAH SINA-
NAN
House Rate ..... 1942 11.05
House Rate ..... 1943 98.40
Prop. Water Rate 1942 2315

('LEAVER LA?'K
1 AUGUSTA COX
House Rate ..... 1940 1122
House Rate ..... 1941 11.22
House Rate ..... 1942 11.22
House Rate ..... 1943 12.20
E.D.R. Imp. Rate 1938 1.38
E.D.R. Imp. Rats 1939 .66
E.D.R. I p. Rate 1940 .66
E.D.R. Imp Rate 1941 .66
E.D.R. Imp. Rate 1942 .66
Water Rate ..... 1938 276
Water Rate .... 1939 198
Water Rate ..... 1940 1.98
Water Rate ..... 1941 2.84
Water Rat ..... 1942 2.64
3 LETITIA PETERS
House Rate ..... 1940 4.08
House Rate .... 1941 4.08
House Rate ..... 1942 4.08
House Rate ..... 1943 4.80
E.D.R. Imp. Ra.e 19.9 .24
E.D.R. Imp. Rate 1940 .24
E.D.R. Imp. Rate 1941 .24
E.DR. Imp. Rate 1942 .24
11 GEORGE DUBLIN
House Rate ..... 1943 7.20


CLIFTON HILL


4 A. L. ROBERTS
House Rate ..... 1942 20.23
H't-lse Rate ..... 1943 23.84
.40 Water Rate .... 1942 11.9
28 E.D.R. Imp. Rate 194! 1.19
E.D.R. Imp. Rate 1942 1.11
12 S. TELEMAQUE
.20 iouse Rate ..... 1943 8.64
24 E.DR. Imp. Rate 1942 .43
.24 1
.40 19 FRANCIS JOSEPH
,60 House Rate ..... 1943 8.4(
.72 38c ODDIS RISBROOK
72 House Rate ..... 1943 10.8(
40 40 PETER JOSEPH
.20 House Rate ..... 1942 2.04
.20 KDR. Imp..... 1942 .12
40 Water Rate ..... 1942 .60
House Rate ..... 1943 2.40
20 41a L. CORNER
24 House Rate ..... 194 7.20
24 58 JOHN LEMPRO
40 Hous. Rate ..... 1043 11.4f
60 E.D.R. Imp. late 1942 .57
'72 Water Rate ..... 19-'1 9.70
.72
40 59& RAMBINARINE
90 House Rate ..... 1942 2.89
0 House Rate ..... 1943 3.40
Water Rate ..... 1941 .68
Water Rate ..... 1942 .68
E.D.R. Imp. Rate 1941 .17
E.D.R.. Imp. Rate 1042 .17
4 61 BEATRICE BODWIN
House Rate ..... 1943 9.40
Water Rate ..... 1941 1.92
Water Rate ..... 1942 1.88
61a JOHN FPREDERICK
10 House Rate ..... 1941 8.10
House Rate ..... 1042 4.25
House Rate ..... 1943 5.60
ED.R. Imp. Rate 1941 .30
EDR. Imp. Rate 1942 .25
Water Rate ..... 1942 1.00
0 70 HECTOR & CLARA PAUL
House Rate .... 140 9i2
0 House Rate ..... 1941 9.52
House Rate ..... 1942 9.52
0 House Rat .... 1943 11.20
E.D.R. Imp. Rate 1940 .56
E.D.R. Imp. R .t 1941 .56
SD.R. Imp. Rate 1942 .56
B Water Rate ..... 1940 .24
Water Rate ..... 1041 .24
S Water Rate ..... 1942 .24
102 ALBFRTHA WILSON
B House Rate ..... 1942 9.18
2 House Rate ..... 1943 10.80
) E.D.R. Imp. Rate 1941 .40
EDR. Imv. Rate 1942 .54
0 Water Rate ..... 1941 160
Water Rate ... 1942 2.16
114 rLIZA PETERS
S House Rate ..... 19.9 9 i8
House Rate ..... 1940 9.18
House Rate ..... 1941 9.138
House Rate ..... 1942 8.67
D House Rate ..... 1943 10.20
118 DAISY THOMAS
2 Hou.e Rate ..... 1939 816
S House Rate ..... 1940 8.16
S House Rate .... 1041 8.16
House Rate .... 1942 9.01
House Rate ..... 1943 10.60
119 PHILLIP PETERS
House Rate ..... 1940 18.19
House Rate ..... 1941 18.53
House Rate ..... 1942 18.53
House Rate ..... 1943 21.80
E.D.R. Imp Rate 1940 1.07
EDR. Imp. Rate 1041 1.09
E.D.R. Imp. Rate 1942 1.09
Water Rate ..... 1941 4.36
Water Rate ... 1942 4.36
120 ANN FREDERICK
House Rate ..... 1937 4.80
House Rate ..... 1938 410
House Rate ..... 1939 5.44
House Rate ..... 1940 5.44
House Rate ..... 1941 5.44
House Rate ..... 1942 5.44
House Rate. 4943 8.40
124 ANN FREDERICK
House Rate ...1 "36 4.50
House Rate ..... 1937 4.50
House Rate ... 193 4.50
House Rate ..... 10939 510
House Rate ..... 1940 5.27
House Rate ..... 1941 5.27
House Rate ..... 1942 8.27
House Rate ..... 1943 4620
12 F. NICHOLSON
House Rate ..... 1943 10."0
Water Rate ..... 1942 2.4
130 DARNLEY FITZ HFRF6RT
House Rate ..... 1943 12.80
140 ANNELLA GARRIEN
House Rate ..... 4 .20
142 NATHANIEL BRAMDHAW
House Rate ..... 1940 5.27
House Rate ..... 1941 5.27
House Rate ..... 1942 5.10
House Rate ..... 1943 .00
ED.R. Imo. 'ate 1 2 30
Water Rate 1... 19 1.24
Water Rate ..... 193T 1.24 1
Water Rate ..... 131 1.4
Water Rate .....1 M .9
Water Rate ..... 1940 3
Water Rate ..... M1 1.4
Water Rate ..... 1.20
142 ANNE C. MIS IT
House at .o.. 1.,9 3.37
House Rat, ..... 1M 9.37
tmN# Rat# ..17. ? 9.45
NtouM Ipa 9..... .1a


36
39



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t ..... 1939 6.67
,Rte 1.40 8.67
o ae Rate .....1941 8.67
House Rate..... 1942 8.67
House Rate ... 1943 10.20
Water Rat ..... 1942 2.04
147 NATHANIEL BRADSHAW
House Rate 1..... 40 4
House Rate.... 1941 3.74
House Rate .. 1943 3.74
House Rate 1943 3.40
Water Rate ... I933 1.60
Water Rate ... 137 1680
Water Rate 1938 1.16
Water Rate ..... 1939 .,7
Water Rate .... 1940 .66
Water Rate .. 1941 .88
Water Rate 1942 .8M
ED.R. Imp. Rate 1942 .22
151 R. & J. SOOKOO
House Rate ..... 1943 11.00

CLIFTON STREET


8 RUPERT MORGAN
House Rate ..... 1943 21.
5 ANNE FREDERICK
House Rate ..... 1943 8
House Rate ..... 1943 37,i
E.D.R. Imp. Rate 1942 .0
Water Rate ..... 1942 13.8
Prop. Water Rate 1941 1.A
11 OLYMPIA SMALL
House Rate ..... 1943 19.
17 CHRISTINA SERRA:UEAU
House Rate ..... 1941 11.:
House Rate ..... 1942 11.1
House Rate ..... 1943 13.R
Water Rate ..... 1940 6
Water Rate ..... 1941 Al
Water Rate ..... 1942 6.1
W. & R. Water .. 1942 I1
27 RAYMOND ANNISETTE
House Rate ..... 1941 11'
House Rate ..... 1942 1.1
House Rate ........ 1943 1
E.D.R. Tmp. Ra 1941 .(
E.D.R. Imp. Rate I .1
Water Rate ..... 1941 .1
Water Rate ..... 1942 .(
33 ALFONSO PINCO
House Rate .... 1942 73
House Rate ..... 1943 8.(
E.D.R. Imp. Rate 1942 4
Water Rate ... 1941 4.3
Water Rate ..... 1942 4 .
W, & R Water .. 1939 10
49 MADE HOWELL
House Rate ..... 1942 12-4
House Rate ..... 1943 14.6
38 G. R. ANISETTE
Hi ise Rate ..... 1941 8.6
House Rate ..... 1942 8.6
House Rate ..... 1943 10.2
EDR. Imp. Rate 1942 .5
Water Rate ..... 1941 5 1
Wa'er Rate ..... 1942 5 1
CODRINGTON STREET
3 TRUSTEES: ESTATE OF LI(
SOOYEE
House Rate ..... 1943 11 8
9 ARTHUR L. & M. TEAGUE
House Rate .. .. 1943 2040
DAR'CEI'L LANE
I EUDORA MITCHELL
Sewerage Instal-
ment ...... 1943 26.6
13 EDITH ROBINSON
House Rate ..... 1913 3020
14a. HELEN FORDE
House Rate ..... 1913 23 W
DAVIS STREET
3 FEDALIA FRANCIS
House Rate ..... 1913 3.61
13 VIOLA OVERTON
House Rate ..... 1943 1.20
15a 0. BIRCH
House Rate ..... 1943 7.20
37 FRANCIS BAPTISTE
House Rate ..... 1943 10.2f
4 ELSIE TYLER BEST
House Rate ..... 1913 10.2C
6 BEATRICE REMY
House Rate ..... 1943 12.04

DENNIS STREET
6a JAMES R. DELPESH
House Rate 10..... 43 14,4C
House Rate ...... 1942 12.24
Bel, Imp. Rate .. 1912 .72
Water Rate ..... 1942 7.2r

DERE STREET
7 A. A. DE QUINTERO
W. & R. Sewerage 1942 .50


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DUKE STREET
1 JOSEPH B, MOORE
House Rate ..... 1913 10.00
Water Rate ..... 1942 204
W. & R. Sewerage 1938 .50
W. & R. Sewerage 1936 .50
3 ALBERT ELLIS
House Rate ..... 1943 40.80
9 HILTON M. BOMPARTE
House Rate ..... 1940 20.4?
House Rate ..... 1911 20.2:3
House Rate ..... 1942 21.59
House Rate ..... 1943 2540
E.D.R. Imp. Rate 1939 .69
E.D.R. Imp. Rate
(Prop. ..... 1939 .43
E.D.R. Imp. Rate 1940 1.19
E.D.R. Imp. Rate 1941 1 Il9
E.D.R. Imp. Rate 1912 1.27
Water Rate ..... 1939
Water Rate (Prop) 1939 1.29
Water Rate ..... 1.40 1071
Water Rate .... 1911 11.90
Water Rate ..... 1942 1270
New Services .... 1939 10.23
21 MADELINE DANIEL
E.D.R. Imp. Rate 1942 58
New Services .... 1941 18.5e
10 T. SORZANO TRUSTErS
Stock & Carriage 1939 5.40
Stock & Carriage 1940 3 60
Stock & Carriage 1941 3.96
18 HORTENSE CIPRIANI
W. f& R. Water- 1941 1.14
100 J CE IPRIANI
House Rate ..... 1942 2244
3-ouse Rate ..... 1913 2640
Sewerage Rate ... 1942 10.56
Water Rate .... 1942 13.20
102 JULES CIPRIANI
House Rate ..... 1942 38.93
House Rate ..... 143 "1.80
Sewerage. Rate .. 1942 IR.11
Water Rate ..... 1941 2290

DUNCAN STREET
54 SAKINA
House Rate ..... 1942 23.63
Water Rate .... 1942 13.9o
W. & R. Water .. 1942 2.40
60 VEXILLA MOISE
House Rat ..... 1943 12.80
76 EDWIN NICHOLSON
I House Rate ..... 1943 26.20
60 DATOOLAN
W.& R. Water 1941 2.41
82 JOHN BE SILVA
Bom Rate ..... 1943 49.80
Metefed Supplies 1043 78.46
Metered Supplies
to ....... 30//1943 260.74


DUNDONALD STREET
MARY WATSON
80 r Jtat ..... 1943
SOP WILLIAMS
HOWu late ..... 43


EDWA1D STRET
SORDOROE MARPVE

o. Rate ........1
NLGv K. OmLIVIxtRR
PtAUe Rs ..... 1t


"mue Rawe.194
Noun Rate ..... 13
Rat .... 1641


w.*U.Wa ... 1943
S~i~ KS ...U4
W. * W~tf1"I


26.40
4860



24.00
L.40

2,401

4.W
S4!


129 CBCIL BASTMIN
House Rate ..... 1 14.3
House Rate ...19. 42 14.28
House Rate ..... 1943 1.80
Sewerage Rate 1941 6.73
Sewerage Rate 1M942 6.72
Water Rate ..... 1M 6 &40
Water Rate .. 1942 8,40
W. & R. Water 19M 1.39
W. & R. Sewerae 1941 30
Stock & Carriage 1941 1.44
Stock & Crrage 1942 .72
36 JOSFPH ORNELLAS RODRI-
GUEZ
House Rate ..... 1943 15.60
36a JOSEPH ORNELLAS RODRI-
GUEZ
House Rate ..... 1943 40.60
W. & R. Sewerage 19423 .75
50 V. A. RICHARDSON
W. & R. Sewerage 1942 .50
90 H. ARCHIBALD DAVID
House Rate ..... 1943 39.60

ERTHIG ROAD-
17a ELIZABETH AHOW
House Rate ..... 1943 28.20
19o JOSEPH C. JORDAN
House Rate ..... 1943 340
33 S. A. MONTSERIN
House Rate ..... 1943 16.00
39 WILLIAM A. DANIEL
House Rate ..... 1943 2640
Water Rv.a ..... 1942 13.30
57 MABEL CUMBERBATCH
House Rate ..... 1943 21.60
Bel. Imup. Rate .. 1M2, 1.08
Water Rate ..... 1942 10.60
20 OLYMPIC THEATRES LI-
MITED
Cleaning Cesspits 1942 31.00
68 THYNE Rt. EOISSELLE
HIouse R.ite ..... 1943 30.00


ESCALi.IER HILL
5 J ,I. WILLIAMS
House Rate ..... 1943

ESSEX PLACE
0 ALFERTHA WILSON
House Rate ..... 1942
House Rate ..... 1943
E.D.R. Imp, Rate 1942
Water Rate ..... 1942
FAIRVIEW HILL
23 MARY A ECALLIER
HowU. Rate ..... 1942
House Rate ..... 1943
Bel. Imp. Rate .. 1942
FARELL LANE
7 MANFREnD ADAMS-
House. Rate ..... 1943
6b JUIIAN FRANCIS
House Rate .... 1943
6c P WILLIAMS
House Rat .'..... 1943
Wal:er Rate ..... 19423
Bel. TImp. Rate .. 1942
I2a 1) M, HOLDER
H{ouwe Rate ..... 1943
14 M, ('OKER
lHotlse Rate ..... 1943


FOREST PLACE
I AI T')NSF S. PERRY
HoUte Rate ..... 1942 3
H1otuse Rate ..... 19t3 3.j
4 DOROTHY & WILFRED
U LEWIS
House Rate ..... 1943 9.,

S FROMAGER STREET
0 1 CLEUPHILUS N. HOWELL
Houses. Rate .... 19.3 14.'
6 8 NATI ANIEL ROGERS
House Rate ... 1943 7
1'D.R. Imp. Rate 1940
E.D.R. Imp. Rate 1941
E.D.R. Imp. Rate 1942
GARNETT LANE
3 M. ATKINS
4 House Rate ...... 1943 16.
'2
GEORGE STRrET
63 ADONIS CARMICHAEL
House Rate ...... 1943 29.4
2a H. B. LAUGHLIN
W. & R. Sewerage 1941 .1
W. & R. Sewerage 1942 1.
44 EDWARD NICHOLSON
House Rate ..... 1943 51.4
56 H I. MORGAN
House Rate ..... 1943 39.2
58 HENRY COX
W. & R. Water .. 1942 .3
W. & R. Sewerage 1942 60
GL.OSTER LODGE ROAD
3 THOMAS HARROTTE
House Rat ...... 1942 12.2
W. & R. Water .. 1939 3.0,
Water Rate ..... 1942 72
Bel. Imp Rate .. 1042 .7;
9 CONSTANCE REID
Hcuse Rat- ..... 1943 1021
23S ANNASTAS ROMANY
House Rate ...... 1942 127:
House Rate ... 1943 15.0
Water Rate ..... 1941 751
Water Rate ...... 1942 7.5
63 .J A CROOKS
House Rate ..... 1943 04
75 IRENE McKEND
Water Rate ..... 1941 804
Water Rate ..... 1942 860
t1. I4mn. Rate .. 1939 .61
Be]t. Imn. Rate .. 1940 r
Bl, Imp. Rate .. 1941 .0
Bel Imon Rate .. 19.2 .6(
77 MADE HOWE
Ho0se Rate ..... 1943 9.8(
77a C HOWE
FaoIs. Rate .. .. 1943 18.8(
18 LEONARD ANDERSON
At, ORS.
IT ile Rat,. ..... 1l40 304
Thp House Rae ..... 1942 30I
House Rat- ...... 1-3 38f
F'!. Tin. Pat. .. 1940 .JA
Rel. Imn. Rate .. 141 .I1
Bel. Tmo, Rate .. 1942 .19
BR1. Irnn Rate .. 1943 .1i
Winter Rte 1..... 40 .80
Wltr Pate ..... 1981 .72
Water. R'ite .... 1942 .72
24a 14T.AvCHE REr'CE
r'IPanlnr Cess)olts 1440 450
Crve'it". w R. Water .. 19J0 IO .
W. A' R. Water .. 1941 114
W R .Wit, .. 1942 1.59
48 VAT WOODRUFFW
House Rate ..... 1943 19.60
GONZALES EAST
46 VAHArBEO MISTET"
rouse pa* 1..... 1943 2.40
83 WICWANER,
P1 Imn Pat, .. 1942 .12
9S TRIP, OWNER
House Rate ..... 1943 1.20
GO"NZALES BTRET
3 w5sE7r oR CLARKVi
Woi'- Rate ..... 1*4 q.0
2 3 NILPA & B. ALEXAWNDR
House Rate ..... 102 9
oums Rat ..... 19 11.40
Io. Inra. Rate .. 14? .7
water Rat ..1... "& ,
water RateW..141 70
water Rate ..... 194 570
Pron. Water Sear-
vice Rat, ...... .1i .MA
Wer, ,ivIees .... 194 0 02
4 v NiL
Wous state ..... 141 *2A,
W4IM1 Rate ..... 1 *42 *'
ouWe Rat- ... 1*1 1120
Rel TMp. Rate .. 141 .58
lp!. 7 ., Rate .. 42 ."
Wat0 a ..... 1942 24
I iV -TO .fACK
w.tre Ra ..... 1Q' .2
1 40l. TVm. t. .. 1M2 .1
12 P LAAMWAX
mmw rate ..... tM 1.t
ReUse. Rate ..., 11K3 1t. "
FPl. TB Rate .. 1tf oo 6
Wat BIate ..... 13 .40


GONZAL8E aILL
ANDRIWS
House Rate ..... 1943 0 2.40
JOSHUA 0. LOVRLL
HOuSe Rate ..... 1943 13.00
60ONPAM JHINOO
HouSe Rate ... 1942 1.02
House Rmte 19... 1.20
Bel. Imp. Rate .. 1941 .
Bel Ip.n .at *. 1942 .06
Wt, te ..... 1940 .24
Water Rate ..... 1941 .24
Water Rate ..... 1942 .60


GONZALES TERRACE
4 F. ROSS
House Rate ..... 1940
House Rate ..... 141
House Rate ..... 1942
Huse Rat ..... 1943
BeL Imp. Ate 1940IM
Bel. Imp. Rate 1941
Bel. Imp. Rate 1942
Water Rate ... 1940
Water Rate 1941
Water Rate ... 142
W. & R. Water 1941
10 CHRISTIANA KI ;G
House Rate ..... 1942
House Rate ..... 1943

GORDON STREET
3 TRINIDAD CO -OPSRATI
BANK ILTD.
House Rate ..... 1943

HAMLYN PLACE.
11 GEORGE A, DAILEY
House Rate ..... 19431
12 L ROBERT TOUSSAINT
Housp Rate ..... 1943
23 AUBREY KIRTON
House Rate ..... 19434


30.0
22.4
22.4

1.1
1.3!
1.3;
10.62
13.2
13.31
.00
5.11
B IC
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21.60



13.20
4.80
42.60


HARPER PLA,'P
9b JAMES JEAN PIERRE
House Rate ..... 1939 867
House Rate ..... 1840 8.67
House Rate ..... 1941 8.67
House Rate ..... 1942 .67
House Rate ..... 13 10.20
E.D.R. Imp. Rate 1942 .51
Water Rate ..... 1942 3.04
9c FAROUK ALI & MOHAM-
MED ALT
House Rate ..... 1942 459
House Rate ..... 1943 5 41k
EDR. Imnp. Rate 1942 .27
Water Rate ..... 1942 1.08
10 ANN FREDERICK
House Rate ..... 19.1 799
House Rate ..... 1942 799
House Rate ..... 1043 940
ED.R. Imp. Ratl 1941 47
ElD R. Tmp. Rate -'42 .47
Water Rate ..... 1941 1.88
Water Rate .... 1942 1.88
10s ANN FREDERICK
House Rate ..... 1940 1275
House Rate ..... 1941 12.75
House Rae .. 19... 142 12.75
House Rate ..... 1043 15.00
F1) R. Imp. Rale 1941 .75
EDR. Imp Rate 1942 ._5
Water Rate ..... 1941 300
Water Rate .... 1942 3.00
12 OCTAVIA RILEY &, ORS
House Rate ..... 1943 18."
18a WUIFRFr) A. TODD
House Rate ..... 194K 14.20
22 OCTAVIA RILEY & ORS.
House Rate ..... 1943 10.80
E.DR. Tmp. Rate 1942 .89
Water Rate ..... 1942 276
22a P. FERNANDEZ & N. D.
FEVECK
House Rate ..... 1943 11.00
24 EDWIN WILLIAMS
House Rate ..... 1913 800

HARPER LANE
4 EVATINE GRIFFITH
HousA Rate ..... 1943 1 80
6 GEORGE BELORAVE
House Rate ..... 1943 540
10 ELIZABETH &A LORETTA
GRIFFITH
Hotu, Rate ..... 1943 3.00
14 JOSEPH DAVIS
House Rate ..... 1941 8
House Rate ..... 1942 8.50
House Rate ..... 1943 10.00
Water Rate ..... 1941 .24
Water Rate ...1.. 042 200
Bel. Impl. Rate .. 1941 ..50
Bel. Imp. Rate .. 1942 .50

HARVEY STREET
4 JOHN L. CHARPONNE
Houw. Rat ..... 1943 27.60


HENGLOE IANY
11 IF T. V. KELLY
Hous-. Ra;e 1943
V STELLA A. KELLY
House Rate ..... 1943

HENRY STREET
104 HI4ORGH K. OLLIVIERRE
House Rate ..... 1943 43,
168 TRINIDAD CO-OPERATIV
BANK LTD.
House Rate ... 13 51
W. & R. Water ,. 1942 2
HERMITAGE ROAD

35 A R. ROBERTS
House Rate ..... 1943 32.
2 FPENEZER CI.ARKF
House Rate ..... 1945 12
62 TRTTREES ESTATE OF
JOHN GOMES
Hous. Rate ..... 1941 17.3
House Rate ... 1942 173
Hnus. Rate ..... 1943 20.4
Bel. Tmny. Rate .. 1941 11
Bel. Imn. Rate .. 14? 1
Water Pate 1.... 1 10.2
Water Rate ..... 1942 10.2

HUiERT ,ANE
4 ROST FLEWCHMAN
House Rate ..... 1942 9.1
Pron. Iuae Rate 1 2 1.71
Wous. Rat ...... 1441 13
Bel. Imo, Rate .. 1941 .4
Water Rate ...1942 8


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S, Pate ., ..... *,1 85.10
uxi e t ....."ee 13 1 .10
W4P It@ ..... IAA$ 0,40
'Pmif Ware ..... lnxa (.
W ater Wre .... 1904 3
W* ttW T AOOCMC
os-'s Rat ..... ti>4a 1.2
AOATWA A& W4%Tw URAltANKM
At TDA Y CORIP
House Rate ..... 194 15.70

iRWING LANi
LIOME CONUKLI
ROus Rate .. 1943 4.0
HouSe Rate (Pro) 1M43


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House Rate ..... S
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IDa. Imp. Rate :s 8
Water =ft ....
Water Rato .... 2

JACKXON tL ACR
SL D. LYON ,
House Rate .....I .
I H. & CHAMBERS *
wouse Rate ..,.. IS. aw
House Rate ..... 11 M
Water Rate ..... I
Water Rate ..... 1 4k
Water Rate ..... 1
JERNINGHAM AVKN1E
I AUDREY PFtR RAXM
House Rate ..... 1M 1 t1-A*
23 TRUSTEB- ESTATE Op
JOHN GOMw
House Rate ..... 194 M
31 MAROft VOYInAU
House Rate ...... 94 24
JOHNSON LANZ
I LE~rTIA LASTIQUE
House Rate ..... 1942 9.1
House Rate ..... 1943 10Jo
EDR. Imp. Rate 1942 '4
Water Rate ..... 1943 22.
JUBILEE STREET
3 EDGAR WOODLEY
House Rate ..... 194 30
House Rate ..... IS 3.0
Bel. Imp. Rate .... 19423 .13
7 CARMEN POSTER
House Rate ..... 1943 7J*
24 GERALD ADAMS
House Rate ..... 1942 1.1
House Rate ..... 1943 1.40
B'l. Imp. Rate .. 194 .
Water Rate ..... 1942 .
KEW PLACE
20 MAXIM.LLIAN HERDED
Sewerage Rate.. 194 31.44
LAVENTILLE ROAD
39 ANTOINE WALTeR MAIS
House Rate 1940 3.6
House Rate ... 1941
House Rate .....1942 3.
House Rate ..... 191 3.0
Water Rate ..... 1939
Water Rate .... M140
Water Rate 191 .72
Water Rate ..... 1942 .72
EDR. imp. Rate 1938 .3
FDR. Imp. Rate 1939 .3
S DR. Imp. Rat, 1940IMO .1
EDR. Imp. Rate 1941 .1
E.D.R. Inp. Rate 1942 .1
390 PTORENCB ADAMS
House Rate ..... 19. t
E D.R. Imp. Rate l% s A
43 GEORGE F. .MO ..3
House Rate ..... 1943 1J3
53 HARRY McDOWALD
House Rate 1.....I43 1
Water Rate ..... 143 8.
E.DR. Imp. Rate s194
59 BREATRTCB Wrt-I l
House Rate ..... 154 14.2
67 MAUDE MOOR-
House Rate ..... 1 2 11.
House Rat. .. 194I 1;
Water Rate .... 1941 7.1
Water Rate ..... 1942 6.
20b THERESA THOMAS
House Rate ..... 194 |..0
42a TH" OWNIM
House Rate ..... 194M 1
60 EDWIN THOMAS
House Rate .....1943 1.4f
78 JOHN AILCAZAR
House Rate ..... 1M3 3.4
90 JOHN FRDRICK:
House Rate ... 1 4.
Hou e Rate ..... to1 4.
House Rate ..... 1942
House Rate ..... 14
Water Rate ..... 19
Water Rate ..... 140 :2
Water Rate ..... 1941
Water Rate ..... 1M42
EDR. imp. Rate 1941
ED.R. Imp. Rate 14M 1
92 JOHN PREDERICK
House Rat ..... 2 4
House Rate .....1 043 1
Water Rate .. 1942 1.
FD.R. Imp. Rate 1941 .41
EDR. Imp. Rate 192 ,J
6 KATE WOODRUMFI
House Rate ..... 1s 10
House Rate ..... 1i43 .21
4 SYDNEY FOWEO
House Rate ..... 1943 .0
ED R. Imp. Rate 1940 .3
E DR. Imp. Rate 1941 at
ED.R. Imp. Rate 194M2
Water Rate ..... 1939
Water Rate ..... 1940 2.4
Water Rate ..... 141 2."
Water Rate .... 1942 2.
New Services .. 197 14
2 JAMES IFRANKUN
House Rat .., 1943 1
LAYAN BILL
I HEZEKIAH FIELDS
Heo-s Rat. ..... .1M 9J7
LEAV PLACE
)a CYRIL MOHAMMUD b
J. AL!
House Rate ..... 19 1
House Rate ..... 1943 UW
House Rate ..... 194
I AONiB OUMB8
Houe Rate ..... 1M3 IL6
Hous Rat ..... M 39 Ml
a KADHARATH
Water Rate ..... 1M UX
CECILIA JOSEPH
HOUse Rate ..... 6M*U
E.D.R. Imp. Rate 1961 M3
ED.R. Imp. Rate 192 .M
Water Rate ..... 1MN
Water Rate .....12
LEONTINE LANE
VALURA SAMTLSAU U
H~ous Rte 1945 17
House ate ..... 1s9 HA
Moui Rate ...... 1 13 *


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LIST OF PROPERTIES Continued


LO"" WAOR

I &OTKUo az &
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RA te 3..6... 1 4.
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S0Rate .. .. s 142 .m6
I KANP5 DAMBL

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Non Rate ...... 1942 11l.
ouss R.te ...... 1943 13.



Water Rate ..... 1941 UA
1*312AM JOSEPH



WaW Rate ...... 1042 4.7.0
Sew Rate 1.. 1941 27A4
KT AZAVAL ROAD
|W. N. SCOTT ',TD. ,

Hotase Rate .... 1042 27.12
HOUse R.t..*...1348 032*
Water Rate ., 1341 36M0
Water Rate ....1342 47.O0
Seecrige Rate ..1341 27.8
Sewnrag Rte ..1942 27.12
BStock & OCarriafe 1941 1.08
Stock & Carrlage 1942 16A
W. a A. Water .. IM1 3.00
W. & R. Sewerage 1942 1.5
SJ. TATYLOR
Mow e .... 1941 9.20
JLU TAYLOR
R ae to ...... t4o Io.80

MAMM SQUARE
JUMA E. ANNI ETTV
RNoose Rate .... 1942 6.70
Mouae Rate ..... 1941 42.00
Water Rate ...... 1942 32AJo
fterae Rate .. 1942 16.80
W. a R. Water .. 1942 .98
4 M. JONES
House Rate ...... 1943 87.80
J UO L FITZOERALD
DOTrI".A8
House Rate ...... 1431 5
XAQJIT, STREKT
4 OCTAVIA RB -LPHREY
HounS RAW .. .. 1942 1..A8
Clemnto 0g aitt 1942 4.50
I IDA NAZON
HOUW Rat ........ 19431 21.6i
MAMI STREET
A IVY HUOHB8
Houm Rate ...... 1943 I160O
MArTINNAU LANE


8 BEATEIKC LOPEZ
MOUM se ........ 1943
Water RateM ...... 1941
Wat& Rate ...... l142
s o-TVrus & LEO 0.
-MTCHELL
House Rate ...... 1940
Kouse Rate .... 1941
HOUM SRate ...... 1942
Hoe Rat* ..... 1943
W.1rter Pate ...- ... 1937
Water Rate ...... 193A
Water Rate ...... 1939
Wst,er Rate .... 1940
Water Rate ...... 1941
Water Ra' ...... 1942
E D.R. Im.p. Rate 193I
E D.R. Imp. Rvte 19531
E D R. Imp Rate 1940
,.n.R. IMP. Rar e 1941
r R. Imp, Rate 1942
Clear.ing CPapitt 1937
C1ear.rng Cempits i0O
L MABEL ALLAN &
ENNv AUSTIN
se R te ....... 192
Nina a-te....1943
VIDA. Imp. Rats 1M4A
Water Rate ..... 1942
EDWARD MARTINEAU
HVUwv Rats .... 1941
HOM.", 11.40 ..... 1942
HYNISe 'ate, .... 1943
.M JOEPH CHARLES
Water Rate .. 1942
E.D R. Imp R1t1 1942
li JOSEPH CHARLES
Water RAe!. .. .. 1942
E.DR .rnp Rate 19.s2
MA Sri PESCHTIER
Hose ialte .... 19431

MAXWELL I.ANEr
A O1HARLS ARCHIBALD
House R.ite .. .. 1933
House Rate ..... 1934
fo'llt- Rate ...... 19351
Klnue Rate ...... I'
House Rate .... 1937
Water Re-* ...... 1,31
Water RaF ..... 1934
Water Rate ...... 193s
Wabtr Ritp ........ 93
Water Rale ...... 1037
F D R. Imp. Rate 1933
F D P R Imp. Rate 1934
E D R. Imp. RA I t I.
F D R. -mrp. Rie 19.1
E ) R Imp Rate 1937
4 CHARLIFS ARCHIBALD
House Rate ...... 193B
Houe Rate .. 1937
Water Rit .... 193,
Water Rat ...... 1935
Water Ra'e ..... 1937
E.D R. Imp Rate 1934
E D R Imo Rate 1137
W & R Wat(,r 193A

MeSHIN'E LANE


14.401
2,40
2 40


14.49
1549
1940


2 91
388
3 A38A


.97
97





IAS&
1.46
.01

610.
816
980

1081

.32
11 2)


.4 WILLIAM COLLYMORE
House Rate ...... 1943 3 0
a E COlt /MORE
House Rote ...... 194 3 5.00
Mc8i'. E TERRACE
I FITZ LARENCE ASHBY
House Rate ...... 1943 27.0
MELBOURNE STREET
L MADE I. CAMPS
New Prvmen's .. 1931 17,I'
4 AL1CE M CARNER
House Rate ...... 1943 2' 4-
Hotuie Rate ...... 1943 2.06.4(
Wa'te Rate ...... 1941 1 RA
Wter Ralpte ..... 1942 13 6
Sewerae P.'te ... 1941 1056
Sewrrage Rate 1942 I1
S'ock & Cariage 1942 10N
MEYIER 81" EEm


ST ELICtA PIERRV
SHouse Rate ...... 194t3
XINAC ALLEY
2 GLADYS HUMPHREY
House ROe .... 194'
House PRate ...... 1943
Water Rate- 1943
1 1-TTDORT. SMART
House Rate .... 1943
5 JULET ;.'vFFETX9N
& OTHERS
House Rat". ...... 1942
House Rate ...... 1943
W.tcr Rate ...... .941
Water I e ...... 1942
E.D R. imp. Rate 1942
2 MARIE I, BLAKE
\Vater Rate ...... 1941
'Vater ,. te ..... 1942
"31 CNORA W. LDRON
Porse Rate ...... 1943
r VW ter Rate ...... 1941
W *er Rate ....... 2
"'.D, R. Imp. Rate 1941
i R I t mp. Ralte 19423
MONTRBlUS LANK
t THOPMILUS CUVW
PSOUs Rate ...... 194


14.40


I in .1. w1a & a o'.j


W. M. mioUMO
em rate ...... IN4 T4
NEJON 5Ptm!
I NW m.rOw m I m


JAM= 0. DK509"
W. Rt, Watr .. 1M1 1.49
4T FLORWOE WALLME
HoueM Rate ...... 1141 2.10
Hoo Rte ...... 3142 2
HOUN Rate ........ 1904 21
Water Rate* ...... 141 130
Water Rate ...... IV 123
Sewerage Rate ... 141 10.40
SewM e Rate ... 1942 10.32
W. &X R. Water .. 141 S0
W. a .It Water 1942 1."4
W. & R. Sewerage 1941 1.00
214 RITA SAMPSON &
oylmm
House Rate ........ 1943 129.0
2M MOHAMD INRAnIM
Water Rate ...... 194 11.70
W & It. Sewerage 1941 MA
34 CHARIU A.
ROCHIBOl::
W. & R. Water .. 1942 1.10
W. a R. Sre age 1942 2 0
56 MARY DAISY CLARE
I W. R. Water .. 1942 2.06
W. it. Sewerage 1942 2.2
00 CHARLCS NURSE
Hoise Rate ...... 1940 28.39
Hotie Rate ...... 1941 28.39
House Rate ........ 1942 29
House Ra:e...... 1943 133 .40
Sewerage Rate ... 199 13.36
Sewerage Rate ... 1940 13.36
SeWeraMe Rate .. 1941 13.36
Sewerage Rate ... 1942 1336
Water Rate ..... 1939 15.03
Water Rate ...... 1940 15.03
Water Rate ...... 1941 16.70
Water Rate ........ 11942 16.7
W. a R. Water .. 1093 1.20
W. As R. Water .. 1940 1.78
w. a R. Water .. 1342 .0
W. a R. Sewerage 1939 1.00
w. At R. Sewerae 940 1.00
W. & R. Sewerage 1941 .io
W. & R. Sewerre 1942 2.00
NEW TIREET
40 GOROg DR SILVA -
TRU3TEE
House Rate ...... 1942 1020
House Rate ..... 1943 1200

NORFOLK 'TREET
25 X. BLACKMAN
House Rate ..... 1943 1800
27 ESTA.'.' OP JOHN
GOME_
House Rate .. 1. 21.601
W. &f R. Watpr .. 1942 .30
2t0 ESTATE OF JOHN
GOMES ;
House Rate . 14 3S 40
3Ma HELEN GORMANDY I
House R. e ...... 1943 10W0
W. A& R. Water 1942 1.04
4' E P. & A. HERNANDEZ |
House Rate ...... 1943 27.60]
77a AIlBRTINA W=EKS
Rouie Rate ...... 1943 1980!
W. aft R. Water .. 1942 .96
4a ESTATE OF JOHN
GOMMS
House Rate .... 1943 30)0
W. & R. Water .. 1942 .921i
Stock a Carriage 1942 .36
6e ADORA CALLENDXR
House Rate ...... 1943 840
2: CHUNO L
Hoae Rate ...... 141 16.M
S MBTAT'E Or JORN
OOMa8
HOU Rate ...... 194 24.00
54 ADRIAN J. WILSON
House P-R. .* ...... 1941 15.30
House Rate ...... 1942 1.30
House Rate .... 1943 1800
Bel. Imp. Rate .. 1941 .90
Bel, Imp. Rate .. 1942 90
Water Rate ...... 1941 9001
W4ter Rate ..... 1942 9001
W. Aft R. Water .. 1941 1 0
Stock Ac Carriage 1940 .31
Stock A& Carriage 1941 144
Stock A; Carriage 1942 144

O'BRIEN PI.ACE
2 CHARL.j BRATHWATR
House Rate ...... 1943 18.40


IOt GLADYS HURDLE ft
OIGA PILT
House Rate ...... 1943


6001


OBSERVATORY 1TM..3,r
f CARL C. McCARTHY
House Rate .. .. 1941 2300
13 EDWIN WILLIAMS
House Rate ...... 1943 12.40
27 MI LUCENT CROOKS
House Rate ........ 21.00
35 AGN' PORJ'NEL
W A IR. Water .. 1941 1.31
39 MIGUELINE RODRIOUEZ
& MARIE CAMPS
House Rate ...... 1941 12.24
House Rate ...... 1942 12.24
House Rate ...... 1943 14.001
E.D.R Imp. Rate 11941 .72
E DR. Imp. Rate 1942 .72
W.iter Wets ...... 1941 7.20
Water Rate .. .... 1942 7.20
New P.itaments .. 1935 5.40
46 VKERA BLAKE & OTHERS
Houie Rate ...... 1943 25.00
OLTON ROAD
13 EGBERT SHOCKNLESS
W. &f R. Water .. 1942 2.60
4 MARIE FRENCH
House Rat* ........ 1942 8.1R
House Rate ...... 1943 9.60
OVID ALLEY
10 HENRY THOMAS
House Rate ...... 1942 8.16
Rouse Rate ....... 1943 9.60
F.D.R. Imp. Rate 1942 .48
Water Rate ...... 1942 4.0
OXFORD STREET
1 LESSALIUN oITTENS
House Rate ... 1943 13.2
6a JOHN CARTER
House Rate .... 1942 10.31
How'e Rate .... 1043 12.20
E.D.R. Imp. Rate 1041 .61
E.D.R. Imp. Rate 1343 .61
Water Rate ...... 141 2.44
Water Rat# ...... 1942 2.4
22 VIOLET AU.'
House Rate ..... 1943 12.01
25 JOSEPHINE PIERRE'
House Rate ...... 1941 14.1
House Rate ...... 1942 14.1
House Rate ... 1943 10.8
E.DR. Imp. Rate 1942 JA
Water Rate ....... 1942 .t
$3 LOUISA JOSEPH
House Rate ...... 194.. 211.
34 MARGARET MILLARD
Rouse Rte ....... 1943 7.
Water Rate 1.. 4. 141 1.4
43 MATILDA JH N &
TAMES STRONG
House Rate ...... 143 4.
NO A. A. PE 8ON
Rouse Rate ...... 141 121.5
House Rate ...... 1942 12.
House Rate ...... 1413 14.8
R DR. Imp. Rate 1942 .T
Water Rate ...... 141 ?,4
S Water Rate ........ 142 7.4


PALL MALL WIET
ALF RD A. ,PTYOS
Ione s t. ...... I 3.1
*IADlUBI ". JX.OPR
oeuM Rats ..-. 1314 10..0


,ALuiW1 SmREE

se RatV...... 194 3
10 CAROL I. WARD
Noi -toRat ....... I94 4J
PARK 8 MKT
U3 D. JOSEPH& OTIX3I
Ho e Rate ...... 134 54.00
W. & R. Water.. 1941 J
W. a R. Water .. 13 JO0
PELNAM STRET
9 RICHARD GEOrFREY
House Rate ...... 194 1910
19 REGINALD McXDOWELL
House Rate ...... 140 113.26
House Rate ...... 1941 11.20
House Rate ..... 1943 11.26
House Rate ...... 1943 15.60
Bel. Imp. Rate ... 1940 .78
del. Imp. Rate ... 1M41 8
Bel. Imp. Rate ... 1942 .71
Water Rate ...... 1940 7.02
Water Rate ...... 1941 7.0
Water Rate ...... 1942 7.80
W. & R. Water 1941 1.61
$1 CHRISTINE GRIPTTH
HouSe Pate ...... 1943 118J0
36 BEATRICE PREVAIT
House Rate ...... 1943 2.04
334 HEIRS OP p. C. PREVAT
House Rate ...... 1943 4J0
Ofb BEATRICE PREVA'IT
House Rate ...... 1943 4.80
4 HILDA COOPER
House Rate ........ 1943 26.40
Water Rate ...... 1941 1320
Water Rate ...... 1942 13.20
Stock & Carriage 1941 1.44
Stock & Carriage 1942 1.08
13 VIOLET MURRELL
House Rate ...... 1943 19.20
W. & R. Water .. 1941 1.88
20* JAM"' STEELE
House Rate ...... 1942 22.78
House Rate ...... 1943 26.80
Bel. Imp. Rate ... 1942 1.34
Water Rtte ..... 1943 13.40
40a DUDLTY COBHAM
House Rate ...... 1943 14.40
54 JAMES LEACOK
Howe Rate ...... 1942 5.61
House Rate ...... 1943 6.60
Bel. Imp. Rate .... 1942 .33
Watet Rate ...... 1942 3.30
56 GEORGIANA LEACOCK
House Rate ...... 1941 204
House Rate ........ 1942 2.04
House Rate ...... 1943 2.40
Bel. I p. Rate ... 1941 .12
Bel. Imp Rate ... 1942 .12
Water Rate ...... 1941 .60
Water Rate ...... 19.':" .60
72 JOSEPHINE ROMEO
House Rate ...... 1943 1800

PEMBROKE ST.RJKET
I17 JULT'ANA KNOX
House Rate ...... 1943 10.60

PER('Y STREET

3 ZOI.IIA TAI.NIS
House Pa'e ...... 1940 374


Housei R.tte ..... 1941
House IRate ...... 1942
House Rate ...... 1943
Bel. Imp. Rate ... 1940
Bel. Imp. Rate ... 1941
Bel. Imp. Rate ... 1942
Water Rate ...... 1940
Water Rate ...... 1941
Water Rate ...... 1942
I ZOILA TENNIS
House Rotte ...... 1943

PHILUP STRKET
1 3 AMY, C,'RIL A NOEL
McCRACKEN
House Rate ...... 1943
15 GEORGF FIFT
House Rate ...... 1943


3.741
22.271
26.201
.221
22
1.31
.66
.88
5.24

31.60


PIC(ADIII.TY STREET
9 MAY DAISY CLARKB
W. & R. Water .. 1942 1.38
21 M. SANVICENTE
W. & R, Water .. 1942 159
74 WILLIAM FYF1
House Rate ...... 1941 29,00
M8 HENRIET'TA NOEL
House Rate ...... 1943 22.40
E.D.R. Imp. Rate 1941 1.13
E D.R. Imp. Rats 1942 1.13
W. & H. WAter .. 1942 2.51
92 FELIX a PHILIP RIQU1
House Rate ...... 1942 20.40
House Rat ...... 1943 34.00
E.D.R. Imp. Ra 1943 1.30
Water Rate ....... 1942 12.00
106 GLADYS LAWUICE
House Rate ,.... 19 1 3.70
HoUMe Rate IU. 1933 2.70
HouRe ate ...... 1934 2.70
House Rate .... 1915 2.70
House Rate ...... 19036 2.70
House Rate ...... 1917 .90
House Rate ....... 1938 .90
House Rate ...... 1939 1.02
House Rate ...... 1940 1.02
House Rate ...... 1941 1.02
House Rate ...... 42 1.02
House Rate ...... 1948 1.20
F D.R. Imp. Rete 1932 .54
E.D.R. Imp. Rate 1933 .54
E.D.R. Imp. Rate 1934 .54
F.D.R. Imp. Rate 1935 .36
E.D.R. Imp. Rate 1936 .36
F D.R. Imp. Rate 1937 .12
E D.R. Imp, Rte 1938 .12
E.D.R. up. Rate 1934 .0A
E.D.R. Imp. Rate 1940 .)06
E.D.R. Iap. Rate 1941 .00
F.D.R. Imp. Rate 1942 .0O
Water Rate .. .. 1932 .72
Water Rate ........ 19s3 .72
Water Rate ...... 1934 .72
W',ter Rate ...... 193.s .72
Water Rate ...... 1936 0
Water Rate ...... 1937 .60
Water Rate ...... 1938 .60
Water Pate ..... 19'" .60
Water Rate ..... 1940 .60
Water PRtte ...... 1941 .40
1Water Rat ...... 1042 .60
114 r V .-ON
House Rate ...... 1943 11.20


PICHERY LANK
7 WILLIAM PROVOST
house Rate ...... 1943 1
BLANCHE REECE
House Rate ........ 143
PICTON STREET
855 ELEANORA MARCANO
House Rate ..... 1943
7 ELSId FENDLEY
Sewerage Rate ... 1421
10 M. A. NIETO
House Rate ...... 1942 3
116 ESTATE OF ANELINA
NELSON
W. & R. Water .... 19421
PITMAN LANE
19 ARTHUR BREWSTER
House Rate ...... 1938
Iouse Rate ........ 1939
House Rate ...... 190
House Rate ...... 1941
House Rate ...... 1942
House Rate ...... 19431
Bel. Imp. Pate .. 193
Bel. Imp. Rate .. 1939
Bel. Imp. Rate .. 1940
Bel. Imp. Rate .. 1941
Bel, Imp. Rate .. 1942
Witer Rate ........ 19311
Water Rate ...... 1939
Water Rate ...... I140
Water R P ...... itil
\Val: RaLIe ...... 191


M VJAKMW 03A1I-
al. Imp. Rate .. 112
14 JOWU iMAom
Ne eM Rat 157
Neas Rate ...... -
Home RatM ...... ur
Hom Rate ..... 1m1
'momi Rate ....... 3i4
mome Rate. 3m
lmo orate ...... 1all
noun Rate ..-. IfX
Bea. Imp. Rate ., 17
Bel. -Imp. Rate .
Bel. Imp. Rate .. 1M41
De. -top. Plat lowM
Bel. Imp. Rate .. 141
Water P. Rate. 19. M
Water Rate ...... 1MT
Water Rate ...... 13
Water Rate 14M
Water Rate ...... IM
Water Rate ...... 1941
Water Rate ...... 1042
18 MARCUS ST. HILL
Bel. Imp. Rate .. 1342
Water Rate ...... 19423

PLAISANCE ROAD


14 CHARILES RIUWLNS
House Rate ...... 940
House Rate ...... 1941
House Rate ...... 1942
House Rate ...... 1943
E.D.R. Imp. Rate 1941
E.D.R. Imp. Rate 1942
Water Rate ......1.. 941
Water Rate ...... 1942
1lb REGINALD EDWARDS
House Rate ...... !1
House Rate ...... 1942
House Rate ...... 1943
E.D.R. Imp. Rate 1941
E.D.R. Imp. Rite 1942
Water Rate ...... 1941
Water Rate ....... 142
22a NITA LA BORDER
House Rate ...... 1943
22b EDWIN NICHOLSON
House Rate ...... 1943
26* JOHN NUNE8
House Rate ...... 1939
House Rate ...... 1940
House Rate ...... 1941
House Rate ........ 1942
House Rate ...... 1943
E.D.R. Imp. Rate 1939
E.D.R. Imp. Rate 1940
E.D.R. Imp. Hate 1941
E.D.R. Imp. Rate 1942
Water Rate ...... 1939
Water Rate ...... 1940
Water Rate ...... 1941
Water Rate ...... 1942
28 JOHN NUNES
House Rate ........ 1938
House Rate ...... 1939
House Rrite ...... 1940
Howe 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
D.R. Imp. Rate 1941
F D R. Imp. Rate 1942
Water Rate ........ 1939
Water Rte ...... 1940
Water Rate ...... 1941
Water Rate ...... 142
W & R Water .. 1942
"CIPRIANI HOUSE"
Metered Supplies 1941
Metered Supplies 1942
Metered Supplies
to 30 6 .......... 1943

PRESCOTT ALLEY
1i B. JOHN
House Rate ...... 194
17 RUSSELL CAMERON
Rouse Rate ...... 1943
W. Ast R. Water .. 1936
W. & R. Water .. 1941
21 MATILDA SIMMONS
House Rate ...... 1941
20 FRANCIS MANOEL
House Rate ........ 1943
2- ERNESTINE NELSON
House Rate ...... 1941
16 JUANITA ADORE
Aouse Rate ...... 19413
36 ELEANOR WILLIS
House Rate ........ 1942
House Rate ...... 1943


,6.97
5.10
0.27
6.20
.30
.31
1.20
1.24

3.06
3.06
1.30
.183
.18
72
72
13.00

0.00

7.82
7.82
7.82
7.82
9.20
.46
.46
.48
.46
1.38
1.88
1.84
1.84

21.60
24.44
24.48
24.40
24.48
23 90
2.88
1.44
1.44
1.41
1.44
1296
12.46
14.40
14.40
2.39
10.69
40.58
15.53


7.20

25.00
1.04
1.76
12.00

20.20
4.00
12.00

9.69
11,40


PRINCE STREET
I N"9I DS SILVA
House Rate ...... 1943 60.00
1I ISABELLA HADEED &
A. J. SABGA
*ewerag Rate ... 1342 2736
Water Rate ...... 1942 314.20
W. & R. Water .. 1342 1.38
IT ISABELLA HADRD &
A. J. SABOA
Sewerage Rate .... 194 27.84
W. &t R. Water .. 1942 .30
Metered SuppliesM
to 30/6 ........ 1943 3 2.93
Metered Supplies 1943 21.18
23 J. A. TARDIEU
W. a R. Water .. 1942 3.59

QUARRYT STRET
9 ALRERTINA FERPDINAND
& LUCY GEORGE
House Rate ........ 1941 10.138
House Rate ...... 1942 11.05
House Rate ...... 19431 13.00
Cleaning Ceepita 1937 2.50
17 L. DILLON
House Riate ...... 1941 1.40
27 STEPHEN SPENCER
House Rate ...... 1943 6.80
Water Rate ...... 1942 1.34
39 ANNA BISHOP
House .Rate ........ 1941 14.20
41 DORA BEATRICE
COWARD
Houas Rate ...... 19413 17.40
63 J. E. SALAZAR
House Rate ...... 1943 24.00
75 HENRY TAYLOR
House Rate ........ 1940 10.20
House Rate ...... 1941 10.20
House Rate ...... 1143 10.20
House Rate ...... 1943 12.00
X.D.R. Imp. Rate .1941 .60
E.D.R. Imp. Rate 1942 .60
Water Rate ...... 1941 6.00
Water Rate ... 1942 .00
17 ROSA SAMUEL
House Rate ...... 143 J6
House Rate ...... 143 11.00
E.D.R. Imp. Rate 1942 .58
Water Rate ...... 1941 &.0
Water Rate ...... 19423 5.
W. & ft. Water .. 1941 3.46
W. & R. Water .. 142 1.75
10B CHARLIB H. LEWSIY
HouMe Rate ...... 1i43 35.00
107 CHARLlS H. LEWB&Y
HousM ate ........ 143 e.00
1231 REBECCA A. COURT
House Rate ...... 1941 11.71
House Rate ...... 10431 11.80
S MAXIMA MODESTE
Hous Rate ...... 141 17.30
II CHARLES W. PIERRE
House Rate ...... 142 4.93
House Rate ....... 194 5.80
41 M. LUDOVIOC SMALL a
EDITH CRAIOW.LL
House Rate ....... 1942 12.38
House Rate ...... 1.31 ]4.8
62 BLANCHE EVELYN
I.D.R. ..np. Rate 1343 .06
78 FRANCIS WELCH
House Rate ...... 1941 17.51
House Rate ...... 1942 17.51
House Rate ...... 1943 20,.60
E.D.R. Imp. Rate 1941 1.08
r D.R. Tmp. RWte 1942 1.03
I Wler Rate ....... 1941 1030
Water Rate ...... 1942 10.30


1M *WUL AMAD
Hows Rate ...... 1 8. UM



31 MOHAMo IZAIM
W. a R. Seweragre 1342. .
Quw E PRK EAST
4 JOAQUIM M. LX RA
W. It. Water .. 132. Tjl
W. & 1. 8ewerage 142 J6
Stock & Carriae 142 .72
sater Rate ...... 143 I1
12 J W. MeCARTHY
Stock & Carriage 141 .4
Stock & Carriage 1942 1.44
1i J. W. MCCARTHY
Stock & Carrlage 141 1.44
Stock & Carriage 132 1.44
14J. W. McCARTHY
W. &t R. Sewerage 1342 1.00
7IT J. W. MCCARTHY
Stock & Carriage 142 .72

RADIX LOAD
4 EDNA THORNE
House RAtte ...... 1943 2.40
Bel. Imp. Rate .. 1941 .12
Bel. Imp. Rate .. 1942 .12
Water Rate ...... 1942 .0

REFORM LA
2b ESTATE OF JOHN GOMES
House Rate ........ 1943 19.40
10 EMILY ERNARD
House Rate ...... 1942 14.28
House Rate ...... 943 16.50
14 GEORGE CHARLES
Houe Rate ...... 1942 15.30
House Rate ...... 1943 18.00
Bel, Imp. Rt.te 1942 .90
Water Rate ....... 1942 9.00
W. & R. Water .. 1941 2.71

REGENT LANE
4 J. S. PRICE
House Rate ...... 1943 7.2C
14 AGATHA LOINSWORTH
House Rate ...... 1943 E.8C
18 CHARLOTTE
CALL TDER
House Rate ...... .)43 4.80
REID) LANE


9 CHARLES FITZ WORM
House Rate ..... 1943 24.00
9a CHARLES FIT. WORM
House Rate ...... 1943 21.60
14 GATHA LOINSWORTH
House Rate ...... 1943 33.20
14d I,. L. .EWIS
House Rate ...... 19-l0 15. 0
to';se R.te ...... 1941 15.30
House Rate ....... 1942 15.30
Hnuse Rate ...... 1943 18.00
Wacer Rate ...... 1939 8.10
Waler Rate ...... t0 8.10
Water Rate ...... 1941 9.00
VWaltr Rate ...... 1942 9.00
W. A R, Water .. 1942 1.59
I; CL(ARFNC I A. BRANCH
htisp R.ote ........ 1943 24.00

REVF.ILIAC LANE


10a WILLIAM PREVOST
House Rate .... 1943
RIGAULT STREET
23 CATHERINE BAILR '
House Rate ...... 1943
2- SAMUEL COLE
House Rate ...... 1943
27& SAMUEL COLE
House Rate ...... 1943
2 EMELDA McCARTHY
House Rate ...... 1943
8 AGNES CRICHLOW
House Rate ....... 19483
10 AGNES CRICHLOW
House Rate ...... 1943
26 MATILDA DE PRBITAS
House Rate ...... 1943
RIQIUES PLACE "
1 FELIX & PHILIP
RIQUJEC
House Rate ...... 1q42
House Rate ........ 1943
E.D.R. Imp. Rate 1942
Water Rate ....... 1942
W. & R. Water .. 1942
SFEPLIX & PHILIP
RIQUE3
House Rate ...... 1942
House Rate ...... 1943
E.D.R. Imp. Rate 1942
Water Rate '...... 1942
Cleaning Cesspits 1942

RILEY TERRACE
4 FELICIANO BALPOUR
House Rate ...... 1943
RIVON LANE
I RAPHAEL CASTILLO
House Rate ...... 1943
ROBINSON VILLE
I JEROME JORSLING
House Rate ........ 1948
1- RODE.:CK SPRINGER
House Rate ...... 1943
ROGET PLACE
9 ELSIE PRICE
House Rate ...... 1943
13 VIOLET HAMIT
House Rate ...... 1943
13a VIOLET HAMIT
House RAte ....... 1943

ROSE HILL
11a DORIS JAMES
House Rate ...... 1942
House T ate ........ 1943
14 ISABELL HASTIO
House Rate ...... 1942
House Rate ...... 1943
Water Rate ...... 19'2
15 JOHN A. PHILLIP
House Rate ........ 194
23 LOUISA JOHNSON
House Rte ...... 141
Water Rate ...... 1942
33 MANOO MARADGE
House Rate ...... 1941
E.D.R. Imp. Rate 1942

ROSSLYN STREET
39 A. L. CRICHLOW
House Rate ...... 1943
28h NITA LA BORDER
House Rate ...... 1943
RI'DIN LANE
1 JOHN N. DENNIS
House Rate ...... 1943
RUST STREItT
13 CARLOS SALAZAR
SUCRE
W. At R. Sewerage 1942
Stock & Carriage 1342
ST. ANI)REW'S LANM
3 ELMINA P. ROCKS
W. & R, Water .. 194
ST. BARD'S ROAD
1 3 ) M(CIFAN
House Rate ...... 148


T asse R& a. g!L
Bo as". ..... g M
Water to ..... 2M3 .n
led* ae.. 193M .1a


el. Imp. Rate .. 11 4
ad 29.61 N&
Bel.e Da.te. 1340 .31
Hom Rate ...... 106 7.1
NOUNS Rau ...IM1 7.14
House Rate ...... 14 7.14
HOUe Rate ...... 1M 6.40
1. Tamw. rAte 19M1
Plst. Imp. Rate s 13 .42


IT. vrA CONS VAILE! ROAD
1 T. BROWN &t OS
NOUNS Rate ......143 18.4
IT F. W. W. V. BRW
NOUNS Rate ...... 14M 24.00
21 ANDREW WIRAUGHN
HoamRate ...... 1M1 17.40
31 ThRU8-B-WETAT1U-
JOHN GOM
HOUNSRAte ...... 164 27.00
34 TwUSTE3S7 TATE
JOH3N 001-B
House Rate ...... 1041 13.0


ST. GEORGE CiCULAlt ROAD


ELLIS THORNE
House Rate ........
8. PItR- "S
House Rate ......
House Rate ......
Water Rate ......
Water Rate ......
Bel. Imp. Rate ..
Bel. Imp. Rate..


1941 7.20
1942 T.9
1943 9.00

1M3 1.80
1941 .43
1942 .45


ST. JOHN STREiB
lb MARIE TAITT
House Rate ...... 14 36.00
7b 0. MoCLEAN
House Rat ...... 141 1.02
House Rate ...... 1942 1.02
House Rate ...... 1M43 1.20
Water Rate ........ 1939 .00
Water Rate ...... 141 MA
Water Rate ...... 1942 .60
E.D.R. Imp. Rate 1941 .06
E.D.R. Ifip. Rate 1942 M
7c 0. McCLEAN
House Rate ...... 1941 .16
House Rate ...... 194 1.36
House Rate ...... 1943 1.60
Water Rate ....... 1941 .00
Water Rate ...... 1042 .60
E.D.R. Imp. Rate 1941 .08
E.D.R. Imp. Aate 1942 .08
lib PRINCE BATSON
House Rate ...... 1941 12.20
1M M. TROTMAN
House Rate ...... 1943 6.20
WAter Rate ........ 1942 1.24
2 THOMAS FISHER
House Rate ...... 1942 5.44
Houne Rate ...... 143 6.40
Water Rate ...... 1941 1.28
Water Rate ...... 1942 1.2
2a MARIE TAITT &
ALBERTHA MeCLEAN
House Rate ...... 1943 10.80
12 FLORENCE CALLUIDER
House Rate ...... 1941 0.12
House Rate ...... 1942 6.12
House Rate ...... 19413 7.20

ST. J08EPH ROAD

I MARIE A. BOWEN
W. a R. Seweamge 104 .0
lsa PAUL STANISLAUS
HousM Rate ..... 1342 .6
House Rate ...... 13 11.40
Water Rate ...... 142 5.70
Cleaning Cesspita 1939 2.50
Cleaning Csaplta 1941 2.50

n MARGARCT LIANE
16 M. GUEVARA
Stock & Carriage 13 J6
Stock & Carriage 1934 1.44
Stock & Carriage 1035 .72
Stock & Carrage 103M 1.08
Stock & carriage 1940 1.44
Stock a Carriage 1941 .72
Stock & Carrilage 1942 .72,
20 A. BROWN & 0. A.
MIILINGTON
W. &tR. Water .. 1942 .77
24 TRUSTEES ESTATE OF
JOHN GOmES
House Rate ...... 1343 10.0
24 TRUSTEES STATE OP
JOHN GOMM
House Rate ...... 1t41 11.00

ST. PAUL TEfEET
10 BATOOLAN
W.AR. Water ........... 1041 .30
14 AMEIA TAILOR
House Rate ....-......:. 104 6.12
House Rate .......... 142 7.30
House Rate ...... 1943 7.20
E.D.R. Imp. Rate .. 1942 3.60
W. A&R. Water ........ 1941 2.26
W. A & Water ........1942 1.67
11 ANN FREDERICK
House Rate ............ 141 3.15
ouMe Rate ........ 1942 3.15
ouse Rate .............. 1943 39.00
Water Rate ............ 1942 19.50
18 WALTER A. STONE
House Rate ............. I318.3.M0
Water Rats ............ 1940 8.5S
Water Rate ........... 1942 9.40

of. ZOSE STREET
lb ALBERT ULLIS
House Rate ...... ...1943 4.80
0 JOSEPH TYLLOWRY
House Rate .............. 141 15.60
I ELEANOR GLASGOW
& OTHERS
Water Rate ............. 1043 8.10
W. AR, t.Water ........ 140 1.10
W. A R. Water ........ 1942 7.8
10 ALFRED C. WOODLEY
House Rate .............. 1943 11.00
13 ANNIE E WOODLEY
House Rate ............. 1043 8.40
New Service .......... 19318 10.00

ST. THOMAS TBEET
IT BASIL T. KTYDD
House Rate ........... 141 14,0
New Servicese.. .. 141 2.61
l1a BASL T. KrrD
HouMs Rate ............ 1041 1U
New ServicesM ........... 1a4 63
17b BASIL T. KTDD
House Rat* .......t.. 1M4 11.30
New Servtee......... 190 63. 2
17e BASIL T. rYDD
HouMr Rate ........... 13M4 16
New Servile" ...... 134263.6
4 MARY MEAD
House Rate ............ 104 8.0
Water Rate ...... 142 1.04

ST. VINCENT ITREET
4M ELA A ANTONTO
0. RMEMDK
Stock & Omarrtae .. 143 .

SACKVEYILEU SRl
IC
MM 1343BO *ROW
WA. & I aer .... 2 is
Uft 2 IS.A. .^Pu


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6 a 8 s ^


.. 'q-"


4


ALBERTH
Hose, Rate

Water Rat z
Water Rate
Watw Rates
E~a :1it.
B.D.L imp. Bh a
ED.R. Imp. Mete'
.D.R. Imp. Rate
.,DAVID Mw"
House Rate
ourn. Rate

House Rate ....."

THOMAS PAB
I RUPAERT CO .
Houm Rate. *.
I EVA JONEB 6'6
HOBSON
Water Rate
Water Rate
Water Rate ...
Hou sePat* 3


SAuREURST siuo



notMls Nag....... 10a ism
x AANDRIM JOSEPH
Houm Rate ........ 143 7.2
34aL..MARTIN
HoseM Rate ........... 1041 7.20

14 ISHMABL MOHOMMED
House Rate ......... ... 1943 1 6.20

OOTT 0?LACE
a EDWIN A. NICHOLSON
House Rate ............. 1943 11.30
5001? BC8NX MEBXtT
9 rRED M. & S. BOLAND
House Rate ............. 1943 10.00

,kA LOTS
1i W. A. OUT
House Rate ............. 1941 15.30
HoueM Rate ............ 1943 18.00
Water Rate .......... 1942 9.00
Ie N. C. LAWRY
House Rate ........... 1942 2.04
House Rate ........... 1943 2.40
Water Rate ............ 1942 .60
,HELBOURNE LANE
I ALIXC F. CARRINGTON
House Rate .............. 1942 12.24
House Rate ............. 1943 14.40
Water Rate ............ 1941 7.20
WaterL Rate ............. 1942 7.20
Bet. Imp. Rate ....... 1941 .72
Bel. Imp. Rat* ... 1942 .72
8 MILLICENT IFILL
House Rate ............ 1943 2.40
SHINE STRKET
I A.LAN CUMB BATCH
W. & R. Water ...- 1935 1.04
W. A R. Water ........ 1938 .80
W. & R. Water ........ 1942 .92
W. & R. Sewerage 1937 .75

SIEPARIA HILL
13a MARGARET OSBORNE
House Rate .............. 1943 3.40
41 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 ............. 194131 10.10
24b MARY TROTMAN
House Rate .............. 1942 31.74
House Rate ............ 1943 4.40
Water Rate ........... 1941 .88
Water Rate ...........-. 1942 .88
E.D.R. Imp. Rate .... 1941 .22
E.D.R. Imp. Rate .... 1942 .22
244 MARIE E. GITT11NS
Houae Rate .............. 1948 17.60
24 CHARLES M. LASTIQUE
W. & R. Water ....... 1939 2.38
Cleaning Ceasplts .... 1938 1.50
Ma AGNES GIBSON
House Rate .............. 1943 19.00
SMART PLACE
House Rate ....... 1941 7.80
I LEVI BANCROFT
House Rate .............. 1943 6.20

SMITH PLACU
T DAISY FRASER
House Rate ........... 1938 .90
House Rate ............. 1939 1.02
House Rate ..... 1940 1.02
Water Rate ............ 193 .0
Water Rate ........... 1939 .60
Water Rate ............ 1940 .60
E.D.R. Imp. Rate .... 1938 .12
E.D.R. Imp. Rat* .... 1939 .06
E.D.R. Imp. Rate .... 1940\ .06
Ta MABEL I. LUBIN
House Rate .............. 1939 1.23
House Rate ............ 1940 1.23
Water Rat* ............ 1939 .60
Water Rat* e............. 1940 .60
E.D.R. Imp. Rate .... 1939 .19
E.D.R. Imp. Rate .... 1940 .19
SMABEL I. LUBIN
House Rate ............ 1934 9.00
House Rate ........... 1935. 9.00
House Rat* .............. 1936 9.00
House Rate ........... 1937 900
Water Rate ........... 1935 6.00
Water Rate .......... 1936 0.00
Water Rate ....... 1937 4.00
E.D.R. Imp. Rate .... 1934 1.80
.D.n, Imp. Rate .... 1935 1.20
E.D.R. Imp. Rate .... 1936 1.20
E.D.R. Imp. Rat* .... 1937 1.20
W.A I& Water ........ 1934 1,04

SOUTH QUAT
I M. F. KHAN
House Rate (Prop.) 1937 3.00
House Rate ............ 1938 13.00
House Rat* ............ 1939 20.40
Water Rate (Prop.) 1937 3.20
Water Rate ............ 1938 4.80
Water Rate ............ 1939 3.60
E.D.R. Imp. Rate .... 1938 2.40
E.D.R. Imp. Rate .... 1939 1.20
12 SUSANNAH BRAMBLE
House Rate ........ 1943 18.00
1I CLAUDE ALDWIN
BOYCE
House Rate ............ 1942 71.40
House Rate ............. 1943 94.00
Water Rate .............. 1942 42.00
E.D.R. Imp. Rate .... 1942 4.20
W. & R. Water ........ 1942 1.59
STANISLAUS PLACE
T MILTON MaD,
GOODRIDGB
House Rate ............ 1943 4.80
Water Rate ............. 1941 .6
Water Rate .......... 1942 .96
E.D.R. Imp. Rate .... 1941 .24
E.D.R. Imp. Rate .... 1942 24
0 THOMAS FARRELL .
House Rats ........... 1942 3.57
House Rate ............ 1943 4.20
Water Rats ........... 1942 .84
E.D.R. Imp. Rate .... 1942 .21
10 EDWINA L. TEAOUE
Hous Rate ............. 1942 9.01
House Rate ............. 1943 10.60
Water Rate ............. 1942 2.12
18/16 AUDREY LESLIE
House Rate ........... 104 28.20
13 EDGAR MUILRAIN
House Rate ............. 1941 3.33
Hous Rate ........ 1942 8.33
HouMe Rate .......... 1943 9.80
Water Rate ........... 1942 4.90
STEWABT LANU
I JOSEPH SAVART
HOue Rate ........... 1941 33.30
4 RICHARD SAVARY
HouM ate ........... 1341 14.60
2 JAMES PYKE
House Rate ......... 1041 0.86
HeoaM Rate ...... 1941 9.,
Houas Rate ........... 194 11.60
Water Mete ......... 1941 2.12
Water Rate ............ 1942 1.32


UU


THORNIUIL
lb SAMUEL A. DAV*,
New Services .
8 JAMES A. PHU
House Rate ....
TILBURY P
1 INESTO CATO ,
House Rate .....,..
House Rat* .-.,Tll
Water Rate ..,
E.D.R. Imp. Rate ._
SB. MAINGOT *,
House Rate
House Rate ,
Water Rate
E.D.R. Imp. -tii.l
TRAGARETB Ml

58 ALBERT LUCIW j
House Rate ....... 1
House Rate
House Rate...,
House Rate ....
Water Rats ..,
Water Rate .....
Sewerage Rate .'
Sewerage Rate .* 8
Sewerage Rate ..,"
84 JAMES ALEXAMB-
LEWIS
House Rate ...
VALITY
T GEORGE HABRX P
House Rate ...
Water Rate .....
Bel. Imp. Rate
7a GEORGE HARRY
House Rate ....
Water Rate .......
Bel. Imp. Rate ..
W.&R. Water .....
9& A. HEZEKIAHJ
Water late ......
11 ANDREW GBOE
Water Rate ....
Bel. Imp. Rats ....e .
lie ANDREW GEOI
Water Rate ......
Bel. Imp. Rate ....<
1T USTACE MOCU.R
New Services U
31a ZOILA TANNIN s
House Rate .......,|
House Rate ..
House Rate
House Rate i
House Rate .....
31ib ANTONIO GO
Stock & Carria
I3 THEO. R. &E
HEIZEKIA"II
House Rate ...
2d THELMA L
House Rate ......
14 ELAINE LEXAI
House Rate ...
18b LEONTINE MA
House Rate .....
34 LILLIAN M.
House Rate .....
30 ANNA DAVIS
House Rate .....s .
House ....A..
House Rate "
Additional
Water Rate .... I
38 AUGUSTA
House Rate ..- i
House Rate ..
House Rate...,
House Rate ..,
House Rate ..: ..'
Water Rate ......-.
Water Rate ...---
Water Rate .......
Bel. Imp. Rate ...,
Bel. IMP, Rate
LIONELW, a
House Rate ......'
Bel. Imp. Rate ....11
40 JAMES ROBINS
W.&R. Water ,.
42a LEWIS BEHAM
House Rate .......-..,;
House Rate .......-
House Rate .....-&
House Rate .......
House Rate ..-
House Rate :...-..
HousWater Rate --"
Water Rate
Water Rate ,"--
Water Rate ..-
Water Rate
Water Rate ...*
Bel. Imp. Rate
Bel. Imp. Rate -
Bel. Imp. RaI *
Water Rate ...
Bel. Imp. Rate .,,
Bel. Imp. Rate $Ui
44 L. L. LEWIS S
House Rate ..-
House Rate ....-.|M
House Rate --'
House Rat*
Water Rate
Water Rate
Water Rate
Water ROOt
Water Rate
46 L. i '
House Rat*
41 EDWIN DA
House Rats,: i
54a EDGAR & J0) ;
BOU* Rat$e













Sewerage
W.&R.
W.&R.
stock &
VIDAI~tSB^

I DiaOHTON
House -ate -. l
House Rate |
Water R0t1 il,!
12 T,-ORA lUgM
House Rate -r,
WAL0 S".A




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Nel. Imp. Rate ....... 1941 .58
oiel. lp. Rate .....- 1943
U JAM= PTKE
House Rate ........... 1043 1.0
oua -te .... 1043 .00
Water Rate .......... 1942 .72
Be.L Imp. Rat* ........ 1942 .18
M W. G 0. SAVARY & Or.
HouM Rate ............. 143 .20
SO W. 0. SAVARY
H1m Rate (Prop.) 103i 4.76
ReHU Rate .......- 10 7.14
RemeM te -- 1941 7.14
ue Raft .... 14 7.14
M Rate .... 3 1.3 40
Wate Rate ...... 1333 1.M
W ter -ate 1040 1.2
Water Rte .... 1941 1.08
Water *ate ...... 1943 1.6

NOM flT--r
V. ON, WIRER
23 AlLAN CUrM33RR Tie
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aJ] ROAD
topi ...... 1943 12.00



311CM
B BIRCH
S............ 1943 14.40
STREET
HBVCAXA UNDER
at. 1934 4.89
B1342 731
1943 860
SBOURN}-
Water .. 1942 .92
WATHEW
1940. .. 1 2040
1...41.... L 2 40
.... ... .. 1J42 2U4U
*........ 1943 2100
t 1at ...... 4 1 F41 i80
Rite .. 142 16.P A)
Rate. 1940 9660
rUte .... 1M41 P W
Sate 1942 960
N. JOSEPH
t 1942 1547
"l-e :t ...... r,. I^ "u
1441 14. 18 20)
-Ratr .. 942 1 l0
Rst4- 1942 7.'28
TRalST k h
s Rate 1942 11 52

UAWTT LA. E
1ifcll I WILKES
al . 194.1 9.60

'D
#AIpM Jate D 1-42 .96


STREET
iBF.RT
AD te 1941 21 A0
ri Qnage 1942 72
MAHON
Slits 1q43 1440
-UPREYI \ILCOX
Fite 1943 1420

i7E t DO STREET
ENICHOIJ3-I
,Rate 1V41 26.00
f FITZ HI:RBKR'r
... HERKIN
EiaRte 1442 21.42
Ai'te V.. '4"1 25.20
Riate .. 1942 1263
Rate lF41 7 8
Rate I'.V2 0l'8 21
ANA STREET

[f IA DA VIS
te 1.13 1'.20
SER\ ILLF:
W te 141 11 22
ate 1142 11 122
Rte 1'43 13 .'0
RIle 1941 ,.28
Rate 11142 LI
1 l .. 11'41 6 'U
'R te . 1942 -;60
vfrmenl' 1144) 2.:.75
lie 1942 4 18
Sl .. I1U43 4 8)
ate 1941 1 92
Rate 19142 1 92
t8 1942 .96
S*IA I .1,
I 1943 14 40
S JADAS 1
iHi ouse
.on 1943 3342
ANDERSON
Les 1942 35 52
McCLEAN 1
ent 1940 7 91
HELL
Wat S .1943 1500 3
LUCAS 3
1939 697
....... 1940 7 14
1941 7.14
S 1942 7 14 1
1943 840
It 1939 3 16 2
ite 1940 3 36
ate .... 1941 33- 2
I@'te 1P42 3 16
S .19.-8 4 10 3
te I 39 1 7A
St 'IQ41) 3 7.
Rate 1941 4 "0
Rate 1942 4 2,
8 InA ROLMAN 3
W Rate 1943 1E.Ol1

COWARD
SRate 1l43 18 w
U' if-NDM, INTOSH
Rate 1941 11 22
Ra ]te 1042 1I122
W e ..1943 13 20
ere Rat. 1141 528
*Rate 1942 528
wier Rate 1"42 ti r.'
*. iBr Rate \'iQ r f~f,
l UAPITA AVENt E
^W TDORF.1 MAI'D 5,
.,,.W Im his.
Rai te 1943 2560
Rate 5 2943 12.00
... Rate. .... 1943 4.80
1 Rate 1943 30.00
4"IP''OWFI.I. STREET 44
UXANDRINE
UGUSTE
K19te i41 30.60
a ..... 1941 20.60
*'.atL 1943 36.00
t e E t'e .. 1941 18.00 31
DtS 1*42 18.00
NUN Fs
.B 1940 22.44 4
5 ,. 1940 22.44
B ... 11912 22.44

l9. -.p43 28.40
Rate... 1940 10.88

e 5 ..* 1941 13.20
at 1942 18.20


*V K Water** -: 10'3 283 51

^yN Inhale .......13 11,
Sae .. ." .~. 1340 12.2486



Rae .. -... 1941 12.24 07
ae ........ 1941 15.760
*ter ...... 19 .2 5. 476
S......... 1943 1.48 48
e ......t... 1940 6.78 1.
',e .... 1941 7.27

S ............. 1942 72.20 4
S .......... 1940 1 2 1
te *. 141 17.2
S.......... 1943 1.2 1
gS a ........ 1940 19.21 !
........ In*- ****' 41 Ki ti


news 1942 19421
te ........... 1943 22.60
Rte 1440 904 13
Rate .. 1941 9.04
Rate ........ I9 9.04
to ...?........
....... 13 101?
.......104 112

.... ,-,s 1H 1.

1#42^. 21.3
water N1O L"
atr ...: 1941 1.39
CeaePit. .... 1940 3.O
41CKA 1.00

1.... 1 .4 3 I 13a

/....='- 3143


TRINIDAD GUARDIAN, TRURSAY, AUGUST 24. 144.


LIST OF PROPERTIES Continued


Water Rate ....... 1141 1
Water Rate ....... 194I 1m
W. & R. L Water ....... 1
OEORGI CHUCKAREI
& INRANI
House Rate ........... 141
House Rate .......14 3)J
Sewerage Rate ....... 14 I
.Water Rate ....... 194..... M .1
GEORGE CHL'CKAREE
& INRANI
House Rate ............. 1942 31.3
4Iouse Rate ............. 1943 37.6
Sewerage Rate ........ 1942 15.0
Water Rate .............. 1942 18.g
W. 0
BELLE-SMYTHRE STREET
i IDA M. JARDINE
Sewerage Install .... 1941 32.3
1942 32.3
1943 32.3
BRABANT STREET
OSCAR E. FORD
3rd Instal. House.. 1943 32.0
GK)ORGE A. GIBBS
House Rate ....... 19319 8.8
House Rate ............. 1940 10.0
House Rate .............. 1941 22.4
House Rate ....... 1942 22.4
House Rate .......1943 26.4
Sewerage Rate ... 1939 4.1
Sewerage Rate ....... 1940 4.7:
Sewerage Rate ........ 1941 10.5
Sewerage Rate ........ 1942 10.51
Water Rate ............. 1939 4.68
Water Rate ........... 1940 5.31
Water Rate ........... _1941 13.21
Water Rate ....... 1942 13.21


FULLER STREET
3 ADOLPHUS BURKETT
louse Rate ....... .. 1043 34.8(
27 JOHN NUNES
House Rate ............. 1943 36.24
2 1. WILSON
W.A&R. Water ...... 1930 1.14
4 AUIDREY DEMAS
House Rae ......... 1943 21.60
Sewerag,5 Installatlon
3rd Instal ... 1943 20.24
20 EDGAR CARTY
House Rate ........... 1941 5.61
House Rate .. ......... 1942 6.80
House Rate ........ 1943 8.00
Water Rate ......... 1940 2.9,
Water Rate ... 1941 3.3(
Water Rate .. 1942 4.00
Sewerage Rate ......... 1938 1.24
Sewerage Rate ...... 1939 2.64
Sewerage Rate ........ 1940 2.64
Sewerage Rate ........ 1941 2.64
Sewerage Rate .... 1942 3.23
26 ILOUISA HENRY
House Rate ......... 1943 21.2(
CARLOS STREET
3 EDWARDINE
FREDERICK
Houae Rate ....... 1943 24.00
13 EDWARDINE
FREDERICK
Horse Rate ....... 1943 26.401
S.wer'age Rate ... 1942 10.51
Stock & Cairiage 1939 .36
W. & R Water ..... 1938 1.04
27 BARNETT SODEN
House Rate ..... 1943. 24.00
8 ALLAN CUIIMBERBATCH
W. & R. Water ........ 1941 1.44
W. & R. Water .. ... 1942 1.59
W &R. Spweraee.... 1941 .50
Cleaning Cesspit, ... 1939 .5')
COLVILIE STREET
1I FLIORENCE DURHAM
House Rate ............. 1942 71.06
House Rate .......194...... 13.60
Water Rate ....... 1942 41.80
Sewerage Rate ...... 1942 33,44
5 RICHARD QUILDON
Sewerepe TnsmaIl. .... 1940 111.29
31 H. BAPTISTE
House Rate ............ 1943 21.60
la H. BAPTISTE
House Rate .............. 1943 21.60
(ORNELIO STREET
3 OSCAR EDOHILL
House Rate ......... 1943 $6.00
9 CHARLES LUMSDEN
House Rate ............ 1943 43.20
8 ELEANOR C. LYNCH,
House Rate ...... 1943 30.40
0 MILLY 0. MATHISON
House Rate .... .. 1943 16.40
ltouse Rate (Prop.) 1943 2.70
Sewerage Rate (Prop .I
S...... ... ... 1942 .24
Waterl. Rate (Prop.) 1942 .60
4 ALICIE JOHN
House Rate ............ 1943 4.80
38 T'FSSAMIE MOSE
S House Rate ........... 1943 21.60
DAMIAN STREET
3 EDWARD FORD
Sewerage Instal. .. 1933 181.16
B LEONORA CRICHLOW
S Sewerage Instal. .... 1940 160.12
22 JOSEPH CHARLES
Water Rate ............ 1942 14.70
Sewerage Rate ....... 14 11.76
DE VERTEUIL STREET
I HAMILTON M.
BAPTISTE
House Rate ....... 1943 36.00
A MAI'D L,. WINTER
House Rate ............ 1943 54.00
FRENCH STREET
1 P. I,. & C. FRASER
house Ratfe ......... 1943 48.00
I I.EOPOLD TEODORINI
House Rate ............. 1943 30.00
GALLUS STREET
r MILLY PIERRE
House Rate .... ...... 1943 5.80
I ALBERTHA BROWN
House Rate .............. 1943 28.80
5 MARY ROSE PACE
House Ra ate .............. 1941 25.50
House Rate .............. 1942 2.51'i
House Rate ......... 1343 "IM
Water Rate ............ 141 1"01
Water Rate ............. 194 16.30
Sewerage Rat* ........ 1I1 1'.00
Sewerage Rate ........ 142 12.03
W.AR. Water ....... 1341 11'
W. & R. Water .......1 .95
Stock & CarrlaIe .... 1#40 .3i
Stock & Carrlae ... 1941 .36
t ANOGILTNA LUCAS
Houn Rte .............. 1942 1.75
House Rate .............. 1943 11.00
Water Rate ............. 142 '7501
Sewera"Re Rote .. 1942 6.00
CARMEN HENRIQUES I
House Rate .... .. 1341 13.80
I AGNE8 WILLIAMS I
House Rate ... ... ...1.4 21.60
I AGATHA T. OGIT ENS
House Rate .......104. 11.34
House Rate ..........13 2114 1
Water Rat* e...........1 42 11.40
GEORGE A. FORDE
Sewerage Rate ...... 1, 3.14 1
Sewerae Rate ....... 1141 3.4
Sewer.ge Rate.. 111 4 34 4
W.&R. Water ,. 141 2.3
r.ATIDTNR MARSHALL
House wera ........ 1940 269.51
GATACRE STREET
JOHN NUNES
House Rat .,.- 1O940 35.70
House RStae -,,41 5 ".70
House ilate ....,. 311 T01
w'>o,,e Rata e .... 11 4.o
Water Rat I I -IO
water o ae .......- 0 15.90
Water rate ...... W0 5 1
Water Rat ......- 19g 31.00,
S~werage Rate ....... 1*41 yt.t
9ewerage Rate ....... 134
aI.5T8, Rate .... 1341 !.80!
Saewereg. Rate 13 I4 IsM
iC. NUNFaJ & HL
Houe Rat.e .,.. las 0
I NIat


I -- -


MURRAY STREET
45 F. & B. WILLIAMS
House Rate ............. 1943 36.00
4 BENJAMIN
CUMBERBATCH
W. & R. Water ........ 1942 .30
W. & R. Sewerage .... 1942 1.03
16 C. CRAY
House Rate .............. 1943 36.00
1 ALICE TANG
House Rat .............. 1943 49.20


O'CONNOR STREET
3 WILLIAM M. LUCAS
House Rate ............ 1943 30.01
16 DOROTHY LALSINGH
House Sewers ........ 1943 31.02
32 E. R. ARINDELL
House Rate .............. 1943 54.0(
House Swers .......... 1943 7.99

PETRA STREET
T SCHOON NOEL A
McLEAN FRkNCIS
House Rate .... .. 1943 14 4C
15 R. A. HUTCHEON
House Rate ... 1943 13.00
M LIONEL MONSEGUE
House Rate .............. 1941 19.2
13 LAURENCE PIERRE
House Sewer .......... 1943 26.02
6 OGBOROE CHUCKAREN
House Rate .......... 1948 15.60
16 MARIE DE ROSE
House Ruate .............. 1943 361.001
House Sewers ......... 1943 28.31
iU C. L. WOOD
House Rata .....e......... 194 11.00
1 JOSEPH MATHEW
Sewerage Rate ....... 142 IS8
54 DNA CLARKE
House Rate ............. 1943 1920
Sewerage Rate ........ 1942 7.68
Stock A Carriage .... 1942 .36
SHouse Sewvenrs ........ 1942 21.b3
House lewra .......... 1943 21.83

ROEYST STREET
3 PLORKWCE WEEKEB
Mou*e Rlt ... ......... 1943 22.6
Sewerae Rate ....... 194 11.41
r MAjRt OLIVIRRE
Houe Rate ............. 1943 1it.1
Homeu Rat ......... .. 124.60
Sewerage Rate .....R.. 160 8 l
Beverage Rat ....... 11 9.06
Sewerage Rate ....... 14 0
Water Rate ........... 141 ll.30
ma epRate ..........- 1942 12 0
Wl Wa -., l4a LM


i07 BEttA1TRtICERIQ~UE
House Rate .............. 1943 4
103 MANFRED ADAMS
House Rate .... 1941 20
115 E. P., & A. HERNANDEZ
House Rate ............. 1942 2
House Rate .............. 1943 2
Sewerage Rate ........ 1!141 1
Sewerage Rate ........ 1942 1
Water Rate 1942 1,
123 LOUISA BARROW
S~weraee Rate ....... 112 9
Water Rate ............ 1912 1.
131 ALEXANDER A.*
BROWN
House Rate (Prop.) 1941
House Rate .............. 1942 XI
House Rate ........... 1943 42
Sewerage Rate
( Prop.) ........... 1941 4
Seweralre Rate ........ 192 14
Water Rate ..... .......1941 1(
Water Rate .............. 1942 2.
House Sewers .......... 1942 39
House Sewers .......... 1942 31

WARREN STREET

2a N. & M MOORE
House Rate ......... .. 1943 33
54 N. C. O'HALLORAN
House Rate .............. 1943 38
WRIGHTSON ROAD
8 VINCENT CUMBIBM.
BATCH & M. RODNEY
House Rate ...... 1943 M
House owers .......... 148 277


I


S ewerage Rate ..... 194 10.56 91 ALEXANDER
S W.a&R. Water ..... 1943 1.5 SERRETTE
0 W. & 1 Sewerage .... 1941 .75 House Rate .............- 1939
4* i. HARRISON A ORB. House Rate ............. 1940
House Rate....... ....... o 1 o0.00 House Rate ........ 1941
010 EIZZKIAL THOMAS House Rate ........... 1942
s loue Rate ............ 1943 760 House Rate ........ 14-
2 AMRROBINE Sewerage Rate ...... 1939
SARCHIBALD Sewerage Rate ........ 1340
Bouse Sewers ..... 139 184.55 Sewerage Rate ....... 1941
SK4ewerage Rate ....... 1942
HAMILTON STREET Water Rate .............. 1940
o Water Rate .............. 1941
4 9 HELENA GOMgC Water Rate ............. 1942
0 House Rate .............. i43 10.40 W. & R. Water 19... 42
Water Rate ............. 1942 9.19 103 JOSEPH CHARLES
W.&R. Water ....... 1942 225 Sewerage Rate... 1942
18 N. OHALLORAN 2a HAMILTON BAPTISTE
House Rate .. ... 1943 30.00 House Rate ...... 19!3
1 N. O'HALLORAN House Sewers ....... 1943
House Rate ........ .. 1943 30.00 10 MARIE L. NICHOLAS
1 1 SAMUEL THOMAS House Rate ......... 19.2
CLARKE House Rate .............. 1943
House Rate ........ 194...... 4 17.00 Water Rate ......1942
25 RHODA MORGAN
HUNTER STREET House Rate ....... 19431
T 4 HELENA LONG
1 JOHN BARCLAY Water Rate ........ 1942
S Water Rate .......... 1942 4.20
a 27 JOSEPH W. SAMAROO 74a MANFRED ADAMS
1 W.&AR. Sewerage .. 1942 4.50 House Rate ... 1903
4 80 JAMES GRIFFITH
4 40 ALFRED RIOSBY Stock & Carriage ... 1942
0 & ORS. 90 A. HUTSON
6 House Rat* .............. 1942 15.30 House Rate .. 1941
2 Hoise Rate ............. 1943 18.00 96 HAIDEE WATSON
SSewerage Rate. 1942 7.20 House Rate ......1943
Water Rate ............. 1942 9.60 100 ALICE ROACH
1 House Rate ........ 1942
0 KELLY-KENNY STREET House Rate ........ 1943
0 S E Sewerage Rate 1942
3 REGINALD GIBSON 116 FLORENCE WEEKS
House Rate .............. 1943 21.20 House Rate ... 1913
S, werage Rate ..... 1942
b J. CHARLES 158 P. PHIPPS
Sewerage Rate ........ 1942 12721 Water Rate ............ 1912
0 Water Rate ............. 1942 15.20
W. & R. Water 1942 .30 BOSALINO STREET
0 W.&R. Sewerage.. 1942 .75
6 PEATRICE REID
4 17 IRVING HINKSON Water Rate REID 1942
Stock & Carriage ... 1940 6.48 9 B. THOMPSON &
0 Stock & Carriage ... 1941 8.64 L. SANKERALLI
House Rate ..... 1943
KIT6NR TREET 35 WILLIAM SMALL
KITCHENER STREET House Rate.......194
S1 JOHN NUNES 5 ETHEL McKAY
0 1 JHouseNRatES. 1House Sewers .... 1943
House Rate .. ......... 1940 21,93 24HILDA & MABEL
7 House Rate ....... 1941 21.93 BOWEN
0 House Rate ............. 1912 21.93 House Rate ..........1943
S House Rate ....... 1943 2680 Sewerage Rate
Sewerage Rate ...... 1940 1032 Prop. .........1938
6 Sewerage Rate ...... 1941 10,:12 Sewerage Rate ....... 1940
4 Sewerage Rate . .. 1942 10.32 Sewerage Rate ........ 1941
4 Water Rate ...... ...19.9 11.61 Sewerage Rate ........ 1942
4 Water Rate ...... 1940 11.61 Water Rate ... 1942
Water Rate. ........ 1941 12.90 W & R. Water 1942
Water Rate ...... 1942 12.90 26 IRENE WARNER
D W. & R. Water ........ 1939 2.9 House Rate ........1943
W.& R. Water ........ 1942 1.3 44 IRIS ELLIS
41 GEORGE CHUCKAREE House Rate ........... 1943
House Rate ...... .. 1942 22.10 TRAGARETE ROAD
House Rate ....... 1943 26.0J
Sewei.:'.ge Rate .... 1942 10.40 31 MAHBEL PAULINE
Water Rate ........ 1942 5.20 WooD
V?. & R. Water . 1936 1.(14 House Rate 1943
W.&R. Water .. 1939 4.76 57 Gf.RTRUDE WII.IIAMS
W. & R. Sewerage .... 1942 .bO House Rate ..... 1943
75 JOHN NU'NES
18 SARAH (CUMMINGS House Rate. ........1940
House Rate .. .. 1943 600 llousei Rate ..............1941
Sewerage Rate ... 1942 2.40 Ilouse Rate .........1942 I
House Rate ........ 1943
Sewerage Rate ........ 1940
UI.IS STREET Sewetage Rate ...... 1941
55 ERNEST & AUGUSTA Sewerage Rate ........ 1942
HERNANDEZ Water Rate ........... 1939
House Rate ...... 1942 2023 Water Rate ............ 1910
House Rate .......... 1943 23.50 Water Rate ......... 1941
Sewerage Rate .... 1942 9.52 Water Rate ....... 1942
Water Rate ............ 1942 11.90 'W.& R. Water ....... 1939
New Pavements .... 1943 8.73 W. & R. Water ........ 1910
W. & R. Water ........ 194l1
67 CLAUDE BOYCE '. & R Water ........ 1942
House Rate ............. 1942 25.50 79 GEORGE GIBBS
House Rate .............. 1943 30.00 House Rate ....... 1939
Sewerage Rate ........ 1942 12.0G House Rate (Prop.) 19392
Water Rate ... ..... 1912 15.0 House Rate .... .. 19103
Stock & Carriage .... 1942 1.01! House Rate .............. 19413
House Sewers.......... 1943 42.901 House Rate .............. 1942 :
House Rate .......... .. 1943 :
24 JOHN APANG Sewerage ,ate ...... 1939
House Rate .............. 1943 30.00) S:werage Rate ....... 1940
Sewerage Rate ....... 1941
McDONALD STREET Sewerage Rate ........ 19421
Water Rate ....... 1939
9 LOUISA HOLDER Water Rate .............. 1940
House Rate .............. 1942 11.22 Water Rate.............. 1941
House Rate ............. 1943 13.20 Water Rate .............1942
Sewerage Rate ........ 1941 5.28 W. & R. Water ........1941
Sewerage Rate ....... 1942 5.2 Stock & Carriage.... 1942
Stock & Carriage .... 1942 1.0b W. & R. Sewerawe.... 1942
1T FLORENCE HARRISON 81 GEORGE GIBBS
17 FORECE ARRSONHouse Rate .............. 1939 2(
House Rate ..... .. 1913 23.60 House Rate ....... 1940 1
16 ASSEE MAILLARD House Rate 1940
W.&R. Water ........ 1940 163 House Rate ............ 1941
W. & R. Sewerage .... 1942 .125 House Rate .............. 1942 3
W.&R. ewage.... House Rate .............. 1943 V
Sewerage Rate ........ 1939
MTIrTE STREET Sewerage Rate ....... 1940 1
METHUEN STREET Swerage Rate ........ 1941 1
15 CHARLES Sewerage Rate ....... 1912 1
BRATHWAITE Water Rate .............. 19r9 1
HouseRate .........1943 38.00 Water Rate .............. 19'0 1
26 ROBERT McaHINE Water Rate ....... 1941 1
HOUe Rate ....... .....1941 6.97 Water Rate .. ...... 1942 1
House Rate .............. 1942 7.9 W. & R. Sewerage ... 1939
House Rate ............. 1943 94J W. & R. Sewerage .... 1940
Sewerage Rate ........ 1941 328 WV. & R. Sewerage ... 1911
Sewerage Rate ........ 1942 3.76 W, & R. Sewerage.... I142
Water Rate ............. 1941 4.10 Stock & Carriage.... 1940
Water Rat ............. 19I2 4.70 Stock & Carriag.re ... 1941


ST. JAMES
AGRA TREBT
37 X. .ASSALL
House Ret ............. 1 341 1.60
38 It. DOTTIN
House Rat* .............. 41 3 .00
RBAY ROAD
13 PASOOT, MOHAMMED
House Rat ..... .... 1943 7.20
17 FELIX THEODORE
I Ho-* Rate ...... *41 1.30
BENGAL STREET
1i K, B. MURRATY
IPoust Rat* ............. 1941 43.00
BOMBAENATXRBT
34 WINNTIERD MURRAY
i Hous, ates .........13. l t .10.
M TVONr LOWRY
SHouse Rte. .....18 Il 17.89
48 ARNM LOWRI T I
IH3eoo Rate ...... .141 2.Ot.
a ,TAMEI RAYNIi
MoW*u Rate .-- 1 U.40


11.05 10
iosol
10.0 14
10.23
13.03
5.20
4.83
4.80
4.30 S
5.40
6.00
t.oo
6.00
1.59
11.44
30
27.60
57.10
42.4
50.40
5.2 30a
19.40
4.20 32

16.80
1.05
13
20.40
34.00
19.72 31
23.20
9. 33
26.20
10.28 8
4.80 18



10.20 4

36.00
25.60


DEI.HI STREET


14 21 VIOLA DYAI-L
House Rat .. 1943
14 I1RANCIS JARDINE
0 Hou0 Rate . 1943
11 WILLIAM CLARKE
25 House Rate ........ 1943
80 W.& R. Water ........ 1941
8I) W. & R. Water .. 1942
FO
00 DENGtE STREET
135A
9 JOSEPH WILLIAMS
00 House Rate ... ... 1943
00 ETHE1L STREET
23 A. MOHIAMMED
House Rate .. 1943
31 HILDA KARATE
Homuse Rate 1943
00 35 JOSEPHINE LAQ I1
s louse Rate ...... 1943
FINILAND STREET
'7
37 11 LILY WTILLIAMS
37 Houlse Rate 1943
20 27 JOSE1'H RAMDEEN
18 House Rate .1943
83 29 JOSEPH RAMDEEN
8 House Rate 1943
19 31 FREDERICK HALL
19 House Rate ... 143
10
10 FRASER STREET
D4
6 1 BUSHI ALI &
6 BUCKREEDAN
9 House Rate .............. 1943
W after Rate .............. 1942
)8' CGITIRIE STREET
0
50 3 SAMUEL PTITCIIARD
o Hiouse pRate .. 1943
0 15 HEATRICE- GOMES
'0 House Rate ... .. 1943
"I
C JOHN STREET
1I
(0 3 ARCIIIE HOLDER
0 1 touie Rate ... 1943
0 6 ANTHONY EMANUEL
0 House Rate ....... ...... 1943
0
8 KANDAHAR STREET
W
J
41 MABEL RBILGOO
i House Rate ..... ...... 1943
0 40 SOOKDEO
0, House Rate ............ 1943 1
0
01 KATHLEEN STREET
I,
o 2a TIIF OWNeI 1
0 House Rate .. .. 1943
0
) LONG CIRCU'I.AR ROAD
0
0 I IVOR RYCORDE 0.
S HART
Water Rate ... 1942 1
1 IVOR RYCORDE 0.
S HART
Water Rate ........ 1942
T IVOR RYCORbE U.
HART
Water Rate .. 1941
41 W. A E. HILLEBRAND
House Rate ........ 1943 3
103a DORIS HILARIO
Stock & Carriage .... 1942
LUCKPORT STREET
18 MADOO DWARIKA
House Rate .... ... 1943
MADRAS ST.R"T
19& JOSEPHINE LAQUIS
House Rate ....... 1943 34
23 AUGUST NILES
House Rate .......... 1943 1
25b ANN AFRANCIS
Iotire Rate 1943 1
18 THOMAS TAYLOR
House Rate ........ 1943 24
MARY STREET
5 MANIUEL NINA
House Bate ...1943
37 G. FORD
House Rate .. 1943
81 CHARTES GRANDER-
SON
HTouse Rate .. .. 1943 '1
46 J.TLEZ TIMOTHY
House Rate ...... .. 1943 18
MOONERAM STREET
T LONGER.
10Ho1se Rate .... 1948 4
19 ATTOO
Honle Rate .. 1943 7
23 "'Hr.L3MA CRICK
HlouSe Rate ....... 1943 13
MUCURAPO ROAD
13 ?,ARIE ROUSSEAU
HoseM Rate ,*..... 19413
Isra WTITT rAMW ATT
55 .TrOS*)PHp L SHANNON
Hot'' R"-t 10. 43 30
WAR. 6P Water ...... 141 1
W. v R al weu ..e 1411
lStork A & arriag ,. 1.. 1
lne" A- rfrrr-, 19411
393 ('tJIIFtD SCOTT'
H'n'ee R**4. .. 1043 24.
3I ALVv* A BTEpHANrE
WN<
PtrWI
0to1h 4 Oarriael 19412
M HUR BT MOORE
+ ............. 1943 21.
-*... I.. ..... 1942 11.4
43 PANCHITA WILiES
ouse Rt ............. 194l 1.
PA,,A "LANE
tib "MW8 OWVMt
Water Rate fP(rop.) 14n
18 UARYSftgoo,-
hvme Ri" e be 2 1.


BOUNDARY STREET
MIRIAM LEWIS
House Rate ....... 1943 400
SOONIA SANKERSINGH
House Rate ............ 1943 16.20

BROAD STREET
AUGUSTINE ALBERT & I
C. A. ROACH TRUSTEES
House Rate ........... 1943 10.60

CALCUTTA STREET
KENNETH & RALPH
HUSSAIN
House Rate ......... 1943 26.4019

CARI.TON AVENUE
THE OWNER
House Rate ... 1943 14.40
Prop. Water Rate.... 1942 1.44
IRIS M GIBBS
House Rate ...... 1943 1260
T
CAWNPORE STREET
GEORGE FRANCIS 16
House Rate . .... 1943 4.80
CHUitR(iCH STREET
F. HORDATT 4T
House Rate .. ... 1943 3.60
CAROLINE GOUJAH 81
House Rate .. 1943 1540
CHIMSAMMY 11
House Rate .. l1943 9.60 101
JOHN }E. MAK I
Hcuse Rate .. li)43 10.801131


DISTRICTS
BOI81ERE VILLAGE
IEIRS OF JOHN
RAPSEY
W. AR. Water .... 1941
W & R. Water 1942
W A R. Sewerage .... 1942
JOSEPH GOINDOO
Stock A Carriage ... 1941
Stock & Carriage .... 1341
..RIVES ROAD


20.1

12.(
2.2
4.1
4.1
4.9
6.0(
2.1
49.01
48.4
418.



32.N
40f
61.31
61.3
61.3
71.2
28 8
28.8
28.81
32.4
32.4
36.1(
38.1
1.C
1.1
10.7
4.7
401
21.0
30.6
30.6
31.6t
36.0
16.1
14'
14 "
1t.4
18.9
18.2
18.0
180
.3
1.0
.3
104'
20 V)
25.5
25.50
25.50
10.00
9.6
.WO
2.00
2.00
0.80
.3.50
15.00
15.00
1.5

1.27
.36
.36
2.00

2040
3246
7.60
1"K





11).0
1.114
13.80
9.94
1.80

3.74
5.70
2.01
4.80
3 4(1





1.80
090
MASO
1.80



9.04
1.04


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1200 17
54.00
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5.20 ml
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3.60


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2.12


1.20
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SALE OF V-WUU PAM t


CENTRAL WATI DISTRrUTiON A ImMMUIT

NOTICE
It is aeofled for geeoraw AfosaWion Ut a uw th s ml
of aect t2) e of ue Ontrl Watr strulea ---- As-al-b -mi
a= 1U 10 6 of 134s. i central Au wy hh i-A aM dS o
=aMiumMttB Ma. 0.P. JACLON and e. w5 0
um po. of A i sU aSetary-Aceountan &ia& i
l sMiUam Divbiec respectively. "
The O0a of the Executtve Officer for the stUmA =h .low
Is alttuated at No. Ka, Hih Street. Saa ernando.
Rv order of the Authority.
SaL MEUVTN WULIAM,
Seeswtas?-Mommtaea


Oflc. of the Central Authority,
Valyn, Saint Joseph,
l2t July, 14is
tMP. 01/13it.


PARK AVIWUD
THEODORm WILUAMS
Houe Rat, .. 3.-" n 4I
House RatW (ro) 1340 4.31
Water Rate (Prep) 13 .11

PATNA STREET
JOHN McDONALD
THOMAS
House Rate .............. 14 0.OO
ROME) 1TRUET
J. H. CLAIRMONTB
House Rate ... .. 1.41 U .40
Prop Water Service
Rate ............ .. I 1.0
ARCHIBALD ROAiCH
House Rate .......1....... l 11.0
SAGE MTRET
CHARLES PET RKIN
House Rate .............. 143 .
SALAZAR STREET
BLANCHE REECE
House Rate ......... 143 10.3
WILILIAM GRANT
House Rate .... .... 1043 8.40
WESTERN MAIN ROAD
RAMPERSAD MAHABAL
House Rate .......... 1943 25.03
JOSEPH RAMDEEN
House Rate ....... 141 357.00
IRVINO WHITE
House Rate ......... 1943 7.20
R Gr.. & P PERSAD
House Rate .. .. 1941 26.10
R G & P. PERSAD
House Rate ... 141 13.00
R. 1.ASSAI.LE
House Rate ... 1343 17.00
ELKANNAH WIGGINS &
ORS.
House Rate ....... 1941 315.2
MABEL E. & CLARENCE
F. HORDATT
House Rate ....... . .. 1941 18.40
N NABIEN & M. ALl
House Rate ...... 1943 37.20
EVA ATUINS
House Rate .......... 1943 6.00
4 DANIEl, ROSITANT
House Rate ..... 1943 1.90
1%OODFORD ROAD
VIOIJA SHEPPARD
Houae Rate ......... 143 14.40
FLORENCE M. BROWN
House Rate ........ 1948 1030
T. P'ERSAD
House Rate .......... 1941 1.00


Central Water Distribution Authority

NOTICE

Service Installations And Connections.

Special attention of all ronauimere it the several Distrilbutlon
D Areas is invited to the following provisions of the Central Water
Distribution Authority Otdilnance. 1944, No. 6 of 1944. and the RPU4-.
lations mane thereurmndFr namely:-
ta Section 3.1 i:
The Central Authority mav decline to supply etter for
iany flttings or rointrlvnr. which are not of a type ap-
proved by the Central Authority.
tb Sertion 30 tit:
No alteration or addition to anv service hall be made
without the consent of the Ceiltil Authority.
1c) Reg. No. 27:
No prmnikr, shnall. e\cept with the conaent In writing
of the Central Alhorin. have more than one connectioti
hum aiy dlstnributllion main of thie Central Authority.
4d) Reg. No. 23:
No premlieg nhall have any connection with the pipe or
anv other fittings of ay other premises connected to any
distributing main of the Centmal Authority except with
the consenil in writing of the Central Authority and upon
such terms and conditions as the Central Authority may
Impose
Consumers are requested In all raaea to seek and obtain thq
written approval of the Centiil Authorl.v to lay their own pipes and
fixtures in any premises and to ensure that It will be possible for them
to obtain connection to a disributing main or existing service before
actually undertaking marh work. Even in approved cases the Central
Authority will require to be ,tti.4fled ef the condition of the pipes and
fixtures before authorising connection to any distributing main or
txlting service.
Conauners are alo requested In 11 rates to seek and otain the
written consent o( the Central Anthorityv before making any alteration
or additionn to any existing service andor connect.,g any other prom.
Laos to anlly such service
Ly Order of the Central Authority,
MERVYN WILLIAMS,
Secretstry-Accountant.
The Office of the Central Authority.
Valsayn. St. Joseph,
16th August, 1944.
No. 2.

Central Water Distribution Authority

NOTICE

Abuse And Mis-Use of Water From Publie

Standpipes.
It in within the knowledge of the Central Authority that graf
abuse and mia-uce of the potable water which it nmikea availal
through public etandpipes exist in the several Distribution Areas ad
the Central Authority dItsires In the first Instance to appeal to the
public-spirit of all consumers themselves to refrain &nd to Me that
others retrain from contravening in any way whatever the following
provisions of the Central Water Ditrib.tion Authority Ordinanoo
144. No. of 1944. and the Regulations made thereunder :-
1. eetloen 83 (1 1-
No person shall
'a) make any non-domestic use of water obtained from
public atandpipe;
hb) sell or dispose of for Rain or reward any water obtained
from a public slandlpipe.
4e0 obtain any water from a public standpipe by means of
inythting connected thereto.
2. Section 53 1(2):,
If any person -hall contravene any of the provision of
aub-sertion 53 , he hall be guilty of an offncne a n
Phall be liable oiln summary conviction to a fine of am
hundred dollars, or on a second or subsequent conviction
to fine of two hundred and fifty dallars.
A. Regulation Na. 25:-
No person shall bathe, or wash any elethi, or wahl
anv animal, or vehicle in any astroet or public plase within
a distance o! thirty feet from ,i public atandpipe with water
taken therefrom.
4. Regulation No. 26:-
No person ahall:--
(a) turn on any tap or cock thereby causing watr to flw
from a public standpipe unlaa s uen water be receivedlia
a suitable receptacle or be needed for the ilzmeat pe .
sonal use of individuals; (b) allow or cause watV IM ,
public atandpipe to flow into a receptacle which 1 o1 r-
owing or from which water is being emptied; (e) o*a%
water from a public st,'n nipe otherwise than by noriall'
operating the mechanism of the tap or cook ftted to Vu40
standplpe. '
By Order of the Central Authority,
MRVrN WILLIAMS,
I.. .Soretary-Acommtall.


I


I
S


LCOFFEE-WATKE STREET
IRVING HINKSON
tiouse Rate ....... 1943 29


7 KING
W. & R. Sewerage .... 1941 ,5
COTTON HILL
REYNOLD OUY
Water Rate ... ..... 1941 2.88
Stock & Carriage .... 1942 1.08
S ST. ANDREW'S GOLF CLUB
)o ROAD
I TIlE OWNER
W. & R. Water ........ 142 1.50

4 SADDLE ROAD
0 17 IVAN CHAMAN
Stock & Carrlawe .... 1141
100 MAUD WINTER
Metered Suppliesl .... 1148* 9.64
S VERDANT AVENIT
8 T1 1 OWNER
W & R, Water ........ 143 .i


0 CASCADE

CASCADE ROAD
23a A. GARCIA
Water Rate .......1....... t .4
S Water Rate ............. 1988 .84
S31d I. E. THEODORN
Stork & Carrlage .... 1943 1.08
42a ROSE LEWIS
S Water Rate .... 1,42 1.40
54 MAX VALLADARES
Water Rate ............ 141 1.00
Water Rate ......... 14 212.00
Stork & Carriage .... 14 1.44
W. & R. Sewerage .... 4 1.75
58 M. POTTER
Stock & Carriage .... 1342 1 08
R)VERRSID ROAD
Water Rate ............. 1140 .72
Water Rate ............. 141 .6
ST. ANN'S ROAD
25b WILLIAM H. SCOTT
LIMITED
Water Rate ............. 141 00
Water Rate ..... ....... 1342 .0
26a THE OWNER
Water Rate ............ 141 AM
Water Rate ............... 1341 0
28 MATTHEW ORACIEN
Water Rate .............. 1341 A0
Water Rate .......... 1.- J0
36 rDITH INNIUS
Water Rat4 ..... 1.- i Mi
Water Rate ...... 3...... .7l
Water Rate .............. 190 .
Water. Rate ............ 11141 IA
Water Rate ......... 1341 NA
4fa EDITH TNNISS
Water Rate ........... 141 1.1
SYMONDU VALL3t "OAD
2l "URNAODTN PIIRN
Water Rate .......... ? Ji4
VALLEY ROAD
I PTKLJA KKLLT
SW ate Rate ......... 141 .00
Water Rat .............. 1i4 .00
N.B.-The highest dfier te lay
popertv must within a
H of tUe Fa. depot
20ereeet ofebis W and
m"ti n hr pain of off.Wn


lutxim 014= 04i0 %h A be
the vurchaer o1 euh awo


H. W. FARRELL,

To", Ck *I |


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Central Water Distribution Authority

NOTICE

Damage To Meters
Ine attention of the Central Authority hs been drawn to the
fact that meters axed to the services which supply water to the
I stes of certain consumers ar bein frequently datnaged, and it
s .ow ingly hereby notfied for genera information that the Oentral
Autho0tty pop=aesto enforce the Provislons of No. 17 of the Central
WaterW DIstrUtlon RegulatUons, 1944. which read a follow :-
"Charges for re[. irs to meters necessiltated by damaep
which in the opinion of the Central Authority Ia due to any
wilful act or to negligence shall be paid for by tOhe owner of
the premnles in which the meter is fixed."
In addition it is to be observed that interference with or damage
to m ters conUtuties an offence under the Central Water Distribu-
Uon Authority Oilnance,. 1944. No. 6 of 1944. end falls to be punished
as such.
By Order of the Central Authority.
MKEAVTN WILLUAMS.
Secretary-Accountant.
The Office of the Central AuthoH.y,
Valasyn, St. Joseph,
16th August, 1944.
No. 3.


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3 0. G9M.AL NXtWS


AUGUST 14, 1W.


Netherlands Roosewit Visits Alaska Leprosarium RooseveltSaysLendL w.W3
Await Hour Probe Report Opened RoadsTo Axis Capitals
Of Liberation wioHA.2eu) Issued ,o--Aug.=(Bute)-Thesdt 5
do- ------ 1mg reitesmly along the roads which lead to Borlin and T o '
B GUY O EITAY A Acting oa the prouais mde In a c!ed Predldet Roosevelt in a letter to CongresS, with his 10th =lea
LNDON, Aug. 2 3llter)-- )reply eiven reeantl t o y teem mlsyrt l-aw- ---- |
The Dutch h eovernmevtehy-ereplyygithe Hon r ley 145oI forF only 15 per ca to
thing prepared for the tame when -member for = I=u- "ft preparation and execution our t.tal plane prodUoi.- S.V
thra tit herlal dm turn for pe r w1- fla n l at ri-o the powerful offensties on "We have tantt to our Allies VK
thatamon twei' rstAlle d rom o(e the menqhlx Wl la On? th t i *watieWhich we are now jolatly engaged 2,900 lend leasO tanlks. and l74110
tetao n. c s Al ledt hoilof e Coun$.. .tci gofte e 10cl6"ts15of with our Allies, lend lease has other military vehie45, including
mt CouncilhefirttAlie 1r2p .... othr mlitryas Olf
e the Wharton conmittsa which unfulfilled Its promise," he said. jee and trueko w
NotherslndoA will be some of the .... heWintoby Inmas Every day that men of our "es have retained for our own
galant D th troops, whe o re.pofth e ioC pint by snmitee Army and our Navy go into bat- use 36.00 tanks, and 1,100,000
l ef thet A troosw pr 1 l of the Clcat .h LMlep o u-m tile, lend lease Is being effectively other military motor vehicles.
a ont eae extreme "Wlate last year..u In the common .by
'? t In Normdv has jst been lWith the recommendatlasi, is- heroic men of the other United DISTRIBUTION M C
announced. The Dutch force will ued yesterday with the ad Nations. roNh ln lee fu
naturally not be numerous, but it relay's l neteven er cent of all lend
.will be representative of all report showing what the O power of American production is "Ninety-seven a provided n ht of all lend
being brought to bear against our lease aid provided, have gone to
tabCheabof the reparations have meant has done since the commit.- common enemies by mlllio of our major fighting AAUlie--tho i
oe mabforate presartns hlae tee rePorted on November 6 leat 'ting men of our Allies We tish Commonwealth, the S Soviet
0n ad frte#~ig olad' l0 gl man of our Allies. We Tettldla
Sade for retarting Holland year to carry out their recomen- should not permit any weakening Union and China. The total dollar -
.vl administration., i d n dations. of this system of combined war figure of lend lease aid is about 15
immedlately behind the adinc- The committee. which comprised supply to delay final victory a per cent of all that the United
Armies will come ttivl e highly r Mr. Louis A. Wharton (chairman), single day. or to coat unnecessary States has spent for defeaca and
trained Dutch civil servants, who Mr. A. C. Rlenzi and Dr. SBanton lossa ot life of one American boy. war purposes.
hatve been placed on amltr Apoiaey5 e eto
footing. Their task will be to lake OGilmour, noted that many of its "Until unconditional surrender "Approximately per cent of
over control of all public services Arecommendations had already been of both Japan and Germany, we lend lease aid, consisted of all
including the administration ma- made to the Oovernment by the should continue our lend lease types, of fighting equipment i n
chilnery of the Government. Their Pres det Rooerelt al his Wl ty embark for fishing grounds Medi.al Superintendent but that programme on whatever scale It eluding ships and classified s
object will he to get Oll canals, during the chief exective'. isi 9 Ko9a, Alaska. The preal. they had not been implemented. is necessary, to make the combined munitions. Approximately 21 per
landdrainage,gasandelectricity enu Following are some of the recoin- striking power of all the United cent of lend lease aid, consisted of
works, and also medicalmandfoo d t s miitu mendations with the OMCI com-Nations against our enemies as industrial materials and products.
lan drinae, asanelecreiv den inp e mBtary fseitl /&r during hi. acifi tour medaton "wit the o^ "^ltom ovrhemn, ad seffciv s es aid ~onsistedo oo
They have a tremendous task, ht Water Supply: (a) That the we cn make It. We know now lease aidconslstedof odfand
but perhaps the most critical probe water cisterns should be scoured that by combining our power we other agricultural products.
-lem for them will be the elimina- once a year and In' the intervals can speed the day of certain vic- "From 1939 to 1943 we exported
tion of the havoc caused in in chemically treated as instructed by tory. We know also that only by $2,389,000,000 worth of military
te of the. havoc ea..ed in i" ------- chemically treated s intcted by continuing our unity can we secure equipment, for which we were paid
have already n te the MedicaltOpiitiont .a just and durable peace, cash principally by the British, in
landheve orsd y d t B.G .O r It was not possible to clean end lease supplies and Ser- addition to billions of dollars worth
large food producing district Deije J Government Studies out the cisterns as often as was vices provided to our Alies in in other supplies purchased by the
t hand. r th e th A I Meat and Fish Control eirable since th settlement de.three months ending Jun-30, 1944 British and others, for war pur-
16 yet happened. There Is ththreatand
ithpended on the rain wter stored in amounted to $4,045,000,000." poses.
r to drown tracts of arable land with e r g U t demand they very often ran dry
sea water, which would render Government contemplates in- in the cry season. LEND LEASE VIRTUES INDUSTRY EXPANDED
t them unfertile for many years, and t production of a scheme for v LN ry ofte ran r
thowHolad' ariuluracm-e O verin dstibtin b)That a more adequate water
Throw Holland's agriculture corn.- Tcontrolgn distribution of supply is required and that the Mr. Rooeeve,.b added that the "While lend lease Is a war prob-
urtherthre is th Grmameat and fish. the "'Trinidad drilling of artesian wells should be ultimate measurement of aid given lem, it ias likely to have stimulating
Further there is the German Guardian" learned yesterday considered. and received, Is not to be tound effects on the commercial post-war
threat to destroy the pumping from a reliable source. (b) The question of sinking wells in the dollar figures of lend lease." foreign trade of the United State.
Sgear which must always be work GEORGETOWN, Aug. 22 (CPI. The scheme, which it Is ex- is engaging the attention of the It can be found only in terms War has introduced American pro-
higlyciitcs o te eenewlo of battles won, millions of evemay ducts to other countries in a Vol-
Sing to keep out water. Local Press opinion has been pted will be brought before Director of Hydraulics Department. troops kil battled and captured, and ut t other countries In a volh
SGREATEST MOMENT uggetions that the United States theLegislative Council at to- lectricity:That elecricity be hundreds of thousands of lives before. Aft y never the war those coun-hed
GOreatest moment in the lihers- s should take over colonies where morrow morning's meeting, isde which would enable pro es ths d ls before After o
* tion of the Netherlands will b American bases have been etab- estimated to cost the Colony provided which would enable pro- saved, because the United Nations tries will want to continue to ob-
S when Queen Wilhermlna tnds foot fished. between d30,000 and $40e000. ahper lighting facilities, refrigera- have successfully combined alI tain many of these produces by
h cnQuen lmnatra fot' ot fsed a A s between n $o30, 40-00- tion, pumps for water supply and their resources in men and ma- buying them. American industry
Sagitn in her country, after mor0'th The Datly Argosy" observed - a power laundry for the washing trial for winning the victory, and will have greatly expanded its
Sthin four years of exile This t d at the t i estclon wihen o-re- of clothing to be Installed. winning it far sooner than would foreign market provided that our
S ment will probably be dictated b, ccived in this colony with an out- r s ri i This is receiving active conside- otherwise have been possible," the economic policies make it possible
military conditions, andd general burt of indignation. It precapi arel i ration. The Secretary of State President declared, for these nations to pay for their
s standards of afetv in the cun- t atd a number of public meetings Fines has been asked to order the electrl- Continuing he said: "We have purchases.
that their beloved Qe will re- to thd writish Prime Minister's ,l plant and it is estimated that leased more than 1,400 naval yes- "In the first six months of 1944,
Bdtt he-r ithe whole project, including the eels of all types, a great majority our cash exports, exclusive of lend
turn to the Motherland at the sttment that the peoples of the Trinidad Guardian Corieependent. provision of a cinema will cost ap- of which are landing craft. All lease, was at an anuual rate in ex-
earliest possible moment. llBritish Emnpiie wete not for sale. C
Prinet pornhardt will doubtlessn"'-'rhti d the "Argos was R C' proximately $104,000. It is expect- ships provided under the Lend cess of $2,800,000,000 a year. Even
SPrinceen riob ..'hatsaid the"Argosy,"was PRINCES TOWN Aug. 23.- ed to install the plant by the end Lease Act are leased for the dura- after allowance i made for dif
ly accompany the Queen. le vling soon after the conclusion of World Carelessly driven his motur lorry of tile present year. Matter of tion of the war, and remain the ference in price this is a surpris-
Princess Jullana anti her threte Wtar. I Since' then and more 60 cost Adolphu~s No all 12.5 and $9 20 fud 1rengi
SPrincess Juliaa and her thn I Sin then and more so cost Adoh Nan 2 d $9 ds is being taken up in Fin- prooeirty of the United States. e ing record. It is in sharp contract
Daughters, who are stiil in Canaii:,, theii'al people had the op- costs, with an alternative of serv- havset30 lend leae as t eriis h n
to follow later. .. Ortunity o(f judging the United Ing 30 days in jail, whon he ap- ance Committee. have sent 30,9 0 lend lease 'plan's to the experiences of the United
Un s f e deaa .in s cception of; colonial ad' peeed before Mr. A. t Bsy in Recreational facilities: That a to out Allies since March 11. 1941. Kingdom for example, whose ex- Li -
caused durn the r i'. I l inettrion fey have learnt their the Magistrates Court Ahere yes central Recreuition Hall at Sunda They have purchased another 7,01,)0 ports excluding munitions, have
beratlion, Hollan' ( f1toous i'iti,' sti 1,.sn anl, if anytn e tin etthan terday, C.e e quipped as a cinema and for cash. We retain for use of our declined by more than 50 per cent l
About ne qnUititc' of thi c;.t'itl.i. he liberty and the pri- the vithicle into a .ait and biok" Bav be constructed. planes. Lend lease 'planes, grat volume, since the war began.
'The Hangur. wt',.R "iolih,' d t,1il.' Wih ahre theirs because of the axle. Information was laid Plans have been prer'tred bN as their numbers have been, have "Including lend lease our total
make room for (tmiaih dl'(nef-' .,i' thei tith antd residence under by Const. C'iaig. the Public Works and this matter [CONTINUED FROM PREVIOUS 6CO.L exports in the first six months of
These inchliide an entire liart'r ith. rii tish flag" On a similar cLarge. ltaid hv Cpl. is to be considered with the 1945 ---- 1944 were at an annual rate of
which has bee-n turn' d i otoa% '1 he 'Sundav Graphic" summed Duncan with Sergt. itidman Es imates. the patients are quite able to buy more than $14,400,000,000 a year,
of medieval fortfss t iu tI.0inled i,,, i h1,ituaion'n "While we under- prosecuting for the P'olice. i.ao Miscellaneous: That the cigar- their own cigarettes." far in excess of highest peace time
hy a broad miatr t nt-t ind tt, anxiectv of certain rather a], of Chirkovo Vi'lage. wa" (on ette ration be not withheld as a That the possibility of establish- levels."
AmsterdamUtr, rcht nnd rin-ny ,,,VTi ,,i1, ai' ctiont in the Vnited vittd and oiderd to pay $25 and form of punishment but rather sr ing a settlement for the cured but ,
other fatniciti ii.s '"'t lt b<.t. tha e th,. belt means of solv- $3.20 costs o go to jail for 3uo dtis. extra r itlion be granted for good burnt-out and disfigured cases be T HOLIDAY IN BARBADOS
tually unscarri Iv 1a1i "" d' .i it. t (Itict ion im for the l'nited woruk. considered. The "Trinidad Guardian" under-
own in otiuda . t' S at, to t ,cquire the colonies in ............. ---- The Director of Medical Ser- The Director of Medical Ser- stands that Mr. J. E. Clarke, Chief
In th not~rmois t~"l'i..' -. v~:t 's, h t hy'v a' situiated, tt shoulld
In the Luftwffe ono ad fL,' ei"'' h...,ii .nt for 'is to stated tuhal t- u n ds ,ces reported as follows:-"Under vices'comments as follows: "My ex- Insprctor of Schools will be leaving EX
hortly beort armed rn i ,*. a, 0 ns of such acquisitIon n l lfonsS tn s tlhe old Ordinance this was the only perience of other colonies makes me the C3lony on two months' vaca-
olan d The ph rft r t"" 1 -l of .t he_ racticable form of punishment strongly opposed to the suggestion tion in Barbados, starting from l
Holadcese ru gis'ra ,, O .e h. pproval of the pen-T k v Pa d
ft isintact thr %%,1-r1 eatebftin the bappses l e-uverir Plann exerciable bv the Medical Super- that the Government should estab- September 1. ae .I
most of t he poIunatact n. lth, e' *P: w, gtill in the realm of e a-e" r n intendent, except for the more lish burnt-out disfigured ,ses 'in During his absence. Mr. Rawle
Slost their ti durm g te d o, Gvrmn yesterd nnoun drastic measures of imprisonment volun'.'ry segregation. Such an Ramkeesoon. Inspector of Schools, CM
SMnt Government yesterday announ the cells for three days. The attempt has caused serious difflcul- will act as Chief Inspector.
fom r amen md h nsur- 0 ed intention to acquire 453 acres committee has made no suggestion ties in British Guiana. The reasons -
F'reom paiyme and other ibndira-a of land in Chaguar.is for an undLs- as to lt-mrnative forms of punish- are too long to discuss fully here. I RESUMED JUTIES A
Sons ompait Is andvd thera h notalt -. closed ublicApurpose.Appl
Uon., it M believed that thT p total s1 i. _c P i prs ment but the majority of the in- consider that it is all-Important Captain E, W. Daniel, Assistant
death roll In the bombing of R t- Market ops City S The lands adjoin a area leased mate. are able for and can actu- that ex-rtitients should be re-ab- Direct:r of Education. who V. as
terdam. was betwern 30 and a tto thee United Stateis Government allv do a full day's work and re- sorbed into the general community, away on leave, has now resumed EU
t.oon. and fortunately o r.gtiv le,:aI ..1 Re en ue... Li and now known as Carlsen airfield nuire discipline just as much as and this can, with very few excep- duties here. During his absence '
than thu total orns shv ,'a: c~il. I July I[CVC11UV A.-i a It is al.so proposed to acquired, l ible-bodird people. Also most of lions, be done If a generous pension IMr. J. E. Clarke, acted u assist-,
Sacrers at Couva to facilitate diver- s granted them." int Direcor.
It srslSoproosegtoacSirees ,utlc odid poploAso os of tins bedonenif
= = -- Ea'tern Market topped the list sion of the Southern Main Road ICONTINUED IN NEXT COL.I. Direco.
of City institutions bringing in ------- ------------------------___________________--___
W SavingsS al revenue during the month of July
a! Wli 17.00326 out of a total of
Hit Low ,, Mark i g.m 1 according to te latest'
:cit' i;e returns.
Total sa'es of War 6Sba s (e.r- r! mis figure was slightly lower
tifiates at the Geri:a P!i-tiithan that of the same month last W r P 0 B
Office for the week e0o0 .1a-,ear. but nearly $1.00o more than
A=ugut 19.arnontd to hIIImrmeenue collected In June this
in t figureof $.5360 tT {year
is ^.Te of T h 583 61) Tu.:- Yea" Worth Pounds on Babies and
Is the tgowest~c tuu'aiigs Re,'vente registered up to the
si ance May 27 lats. pit(, of Iuly amounted to $76,583.64,. '
Of this amount Pot-"f.-;Pialn leRvingl $63.41736 to be collected be- '
and subursa bougl' V'-..,"o 0,,f.r reaching the 140,000 ll-111
,,sn,0a4 ndo ivaonedt 7.56.4.* '; em mbrig nderwei'-" Ch~ildren!
jut tmnaiiuing to bt'i! oih \'I; rated total for the year.
ihe War A.wssoclation, h, o p,l Next biggest sum of $81.75490
Chased $2221 20 io :<*'- ,' name from the Abattoir and Deten- Un w T1l e n
SIts various sak. centres 1tolgn-11,-l ionStation.
So.t the Colony. Ie ape \rouse Cemetery takings
Purchases amovl'-toUg i,0$594 bi toltalled $11 72.
St. Auglustine gate George
the lead among cou't.irs ixh 1p
$41920 to i's credit, and binughtL
itt. total rvestmets tm o nealy', tid r
s $115 o00n. jSlum Law Change
Pointe- a-Pierre. wnuth acoit('
,0.. ,:'. For M ounci K o W
Sbution of $190 80,. w 49as I,!iy r t C ouie-
slponsible for plangc oun"'.Vi- Q ,
tori; on the "-ap ) sei o:ond Draft Bill coming Mp for
County portion with 104-40. IApprov ai by the Legislative F
C ountry t Patrick followed wlth council l tomorrow call& for ra
$12 assisted by $T2 for m Brigh- a ,e.dment of the new Slum
St n. La Brea. This effc,-t brought c1 e aranten Ordinance to dispense
SS t. Patrick's grand total wet be- with thle necessity for the Slumr ..
yond $200,000. Of the r1? rIu1 Cll earaince CommtoAittee arranging
S an FernanIdo bought $4680 for tie a'commodation o persons
and Nartva.Mayaro $7.20 rrml vtoi rl f




and '^wing MaL aro rlv s.T affected by their work, and of a O eb r a

F*llowing Li the we r t h tt~ s a notifying all occupiers for whom
of plurchases made byo borouf.hs accorW n'odation has been arranged 9
ad counties for the ween ended to m nove d nut within a specified time. A |
Port-ofSupar y o..ld carrying out of building otofi9-
tlon'ns in areas declared special
San Fe.rnando ........ 118.. ... ,39.20t,,s slum lea~rance areas without the ( lids "$UPiUR 3RUAlFA~t'of Whohe-Grain Quakew 0us


1 t. George .......... $114A6920 con'ent of the committee.
County of Caroni .... 1 4.1680 -- Mothers say: "You should see my baby since he began eating
ariv,Maraw',t ..,.,. 40. o W .I. Ap eal Court Quaker Oats ever,, day." Qtia.ker Oats helps build health and S tF rO tb r3 lmrUalnswnefrtfohathadtegtouiestdreitcidenItsarchore5
a lg ....... 897.) regular glas of sparkling Andre,w comes Iof food energy and is tip to 50%~ richer than many cereals in
Wnthe War Association 3918,054.00 Seven cases are Uister for hears- firrotensororfnrm, oCleanliness.is Aausemplechhealtrift
-~ -~--- lg t te nxtsitin oftheWet.rleandontwothnemmbein -adtpotinsfo fimsoldefesW I i naures ichstthrft
s Ie ndian ourt of Appel ,chuie cirys orhr ohn like Andrews, source of Thiamin %Vitaniin B1), vital for normal growth.
-,tfawr h OCtouer ,tn willtcomris mln e e illmms.ti is hrow Andrew, t Quaker Oats adds inches to height and pounds to weight,
Subjects For Talks ttl ~nu ofH 'riildadW Bl~tl duaass lou, r md cools, rct'reshc and invigonatesi h ]is the Ideal food for all growing children. Give your children
TApet of the child in the !I. C. Deamr, Acting Chief Jfustice FIR$T n w dx tamo a ukeOtshlphmtobtrhat.
3h of human relations based oif Bar'bados, and His Hmonou O. "~rw en othadQae as ep hm obte elh
w ntetheme. "Por Christ and the H. Malone. Chief Justic of the toNue.
Tobgo unday School Association ...e.,tmsi-rec acidit, the chief esuso of of 142 dietitians--9S%--in a recent W
strin t the Hanover Methodis llh m trs-st survey recommended a hot cereal as
i urt ptas~ ,x o- eo H N Adw t uthii.. best Quaker Oats gives you. a hot
next Pitck He lt Co m te HE .Adew oe p h .ead~cra in as little as 2i minutes frnt
after oonsesin will be discus- Pc s chre ks biiousesms, the time the water boils.
a ions on *"The Teacher's Witness in I'5U I I To porInrCea""U1~TelllQae as


* iL.t and Work." ld by Mr. Horace CaptainI W. W Daiel. I Autn r g Tl Compethe yur nnor Claw |le oH- lf theoc.oif oodsr Ou
* X. Mayers, and "A New Christian Director of Education, '- .-' Adrew$ getly clear the bowl s, SiQuae Ot
SApproach,' led by the Rev. R, T. appointed secretary of the commit- It swees away trouble-making polso4.\ can serve. o It is ecoasy to prepare and$
0. Mitchell: while a closing address tee recently set up by Government ow o co tipasiOe, IPurifiesand coolse
an "Stunday School and Social Set- to inquire into the modi h .lits delicious taste appeals to evewy.
4 Vce" will he deliwvered by the Rev. ral and health olicv of .t 'eo o
e J. C. MacDonald of San Fernando. the Colony, the "Trinidad Otbir- 'ne.
A The publ is invited to attend. dian" -learnedfrom the Informa-: h uunr(m7p.wo aso ueruthou B
,t lon Offer yesterday.
41 F* d The committee, it altated, i1 A -
S Welfare Fund .already busy.withits work. A OK nO T K p
SUp Again LODGE OWF0 &" ANDREWS 11 LO Ff OR uo THO QUAKER F IumR
rh "Guardian" War Welfar the city will be r prest at LIVER SALT '1:11:To GEUI Qu YO A T lS.
atund Stand at $19.051.42 got "Loge of SoM'W" to be heWl at GENUINE QUAKER OATL
ano Wshr orard with three the Scottish Star Ledge No. ,3 at NeIM Drink and TonicLaxatie
*Mtrlbutions coming in totalling Clarence Street. St. Jamea, on Bun-
2 S0. .sfollows:- day August z7. at 3
"h i atjoff 0L. dles Hotel, 1 ;ioc'k in the afternoon. The
C bianl5Sinin g and Dramatic event, it is saated, Is bent held In etA S-C0o0L- FS FRESS- R 0 6 Olk nRATI0
OW U' Stuldents of the Gov- remembrance of a nnumisber of
4a, ilng College $10.- former member who ..i b- .Q UAK ER OATS
*-recent montls i ......... .


IY PAY MORE
wt WRAM ABME TO E 2DUl T iM
VICTOR REc4a
a Pew -amplm of Our Huge AMoawat5.
*W"lB X"" Be **'*-
Bit airtxy No.t "8^
KOWSKY I Synp hmy No. ..:..:
L: t l.... ...
Tro DANCK RECORDS ..........
NEW SHIPMENT JUST OPrli
Sole Distributors -
GENERAL SUPPLIES LIa
IEMT STRuET -B
a.-ii- AN a,-S8n Pernangi ..


NOTICE


WE WISH TO NOTIFY I
CUSTOMERS AND PUBLIC
WE WILL BE CLOSED f
FRIDAY 25th TO THULM
31slt AUGUST, 1944, FOR I
PURPOSE OF ANNUAL ST"
TAKING.


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TRINIDAD GUARDIMAN. TItSDAT, AUGUST 24. 1944.


City Celebrates Fall Of Paris


obAs


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d Olulle wo ne sPorua--
nnd theora ge "" t"
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wi/ill ai fd -
lwho, like the e~t-
Irinidld and our Nt -
Oman ff dCttany!





i mlnillttee, slunmed
hi t fellow iatri-
P ri enInr .of the
de Otulle as far
le,..-Mr .. has lost a
4KICe has not lost a
,wch siipres public bttild- "
blulneius house, iam
. and blevcles. the 'rrl The *rieoioor' .ew proudly yesterday as the city Joined in the suentaneogs eelohratlanamakitng
i.i oi- a France confli- the Ilberation of 5ri., capital clty of the F'rrnth' Iteiubl: From Chmnw ih apiII and hlua iiw
'urLv restoration, to .Its houses flaliri filt~tred in the hTeee lIftiii the veil of .,ie that had ,overed the healt, If
'I Vatnea n fluttered tall' rn patris r -Were lin the teat city passed into sri hands mere thar four vears
iiigbuntl'g decorated aqe. Fredlottk Street dee;5.atianti ,-ned It) a riot'of coiour at hat -:ori corner, headquarters of the
leery' building on lower Fr'ench C'ommittee of National Liberation headed by Mr. J. Salts tori.
4hteet. e dit in a rlole __ ... ....... .


ait Salvatori com er 11 Ii -_ I_ __ l *' r r one day ann gir i
of the Frenc.h or.-m -ir I t)r-, - I" i. T an l.gflolient going on between
gatlonal Liberation. B.G. 61i7S ArriVe i or Baal'roN.nie no>.o Edwards and Ramlal Moise
MESSGE ingu w "-u'. .i.ii. National arty BranctirC ai 'I" a nd Sookoo'( took u-p
Mng messages of con. Miss J. E. Calcr IY, h sNs 0,v V ater I 0 DI SCUSS eranchiSe lni t. te e toe-
Siexpressions of Joy Cytl e and Mi.ss M. Nn, T Adult Fr n ," will he t he d no ycrd and te trwck his
the French Consulate, three "r t i G .ii u Fi'i, I I l i ssbjtct of discusio n at the h p
jieqtuent testimony to the aelc ed recenhl 10. A .0 i rlhn V T flCI ":;l msetin', of the Port-ofnt- daughter. ..
M tifticat on evoked by wort somewhere in '.i.i.c. 'c[4J At. S i;in branch of ihe Wist In- Conplaint made h\ Victoria Fd
On behalf of the Col- t rided in Trinuo..c ti,. e d 'n National Party *t Marh'a wldsh to Flidnl'k Hinds that hl
th ceUlency the Acting pallt iew da. tuI un,'yo pi. Tht "'Tiinidad Giutn *ll u W House, Edward Sltr:. lit S p.11m. son hd beat.n helr on, cuased hbe
trough the Hon'ble llminary tralmiW.ini u.ul ,o~l ,,t i ... ,,i\ ns d v, tu'rditv that on 'lIu lay, AnkUSl 1'0 to iI a severe heating at the
e1 talI, Actng Oolonlall Utrainlng centre'es hti-. ii wll'. M CwNt C Msthurin will hband of Hinds, who was yester-
gMnveyed to thiet rench "Trinicad Ouardian" under- In the vtlv near utliIrpi declare le d the talk and Dl'. Pitiick day -lnvitels andt o-dered to pay
ei&thetl lelictlltiOTsi standi.. I. n'. Solomon will preside' a fnln, or $1 or t21 davt.o
bstiol of Paris," while- __ __. distribution arIas, and uk e in ,I,,,, Inslpd of i al on t
.-. 0. B. Wooding. City 'on1nuned from Previous Column th se iil i'cts will hIe supplied "dl :'d th n s'i complained,
Coourtesy call oil I with tapst C 1l.'ds an..d hi dclwo lbs itep
An endered toeCitys onI '; lI I U gi dh ond th e n k ieP n
d tendered the City's on behalI o ilie gaV.i,.., M I It is understood that already nu 01 d then klcke n
i Cnamlber Lold .v i ai', oi ,a mi M ro hu s vls -hous a1 have hue on pipedr Cll l ,I. tted hi.'
Il t a ret iry'i letter they were nl .i lo v loi s'( ,i. 11. ,:tt"" fhat wi ,l(',- H.s not vet h en u R. ,i S t- . .. .- ....
a d onete b Hs elecyOn that hIorl ocasin 'e. made available a..s three has. h Abeur
iorected by Hi Excelency Who had bei nSo ia.)siv a:.-., no(. o rO "tLiJ declaration that (h ae Urg e In UUIh A L
Governor to convey to with hhim, Knitl' ou-% l0o 1 t ow I digtzi ets are distribution areas. U.S. Attorney ii au s
erof this Governmentdeep wassi I ui IDM According to erstumatt, llgo T ail Guardi ('orreandentMiss
aBthletc felicrtat dleep h s tii 1ul, t (lnJ ,ad Martn and Carenage will Trinida Guardian Correspondent
OfheP arc is dtatlona rt he s rai in tu o u about 3o00,0o gallons of water, p SAi N rERNANDO, Aug. 23 Two ID1Uar
~f"' Paris and they wec sue sa"t ill ai- day and the water will be pim5d o ...o.. ..." Santheir heartelt senl y tirre. by i..e n itO .-. nc- flomn welts at Carenage and Point Joseph, Deputy Mayor, and one by in ti, ai iou fields here by con.
-h and thnsgl= men hat Ayea o it l poit,'ant Curanan where a reaelivoir h s hb.,i COun1ciior Ralph Mcni.or, ft.'' iributllions wtre nRin!yv praised b
the news of thi on part in i i. ..eration ul Lt nrtir city. constructed on the High and AEs. among thet many I telms dovn for C"1 ence Matto ney', ''hinida.,
will be greeted, not Mr. Siuviaor,. deeply moved oy tate. Water rates the "'iinidadicuo tomorrow's eebo n attorneua
compatriots, but the demo.:;a.ion. tint.at tti e Guardia was informed, would be W he $s1i i fptfo BtIU t. misiona.y mectl n of th Metro.
SCivUilslld world." itaa lor li.ir kind txpresslo'i-. on a nominal basis. coL.iu ll politan A.M. Church, of which
EAL He was ioauu, h' said, to have' Pians Ior the lvx'-adjtlnmer.l of Councilor Joseph's motion c1l 5iic. Dr. W. 1H. Mayhew, in Pastot,
around htim so nianv iind friends water rates it was r, po.0Id we.e for the appoinItment of a commiLteee on Tuesday night.
-later In the day is- whose interest In the v!iware ol now hring conaidrco d rhv the Cen- to consider the possibility ol intro- Mi Maloney, In his short address
appeal for fitting France had never wa,e-ed. lie train Watet Authority and would during a radio distribution s.Yivlm desing wih the fundamental prn-
oe ccasio-' urged the looked toward to the tlttf 1.1 tile be put into effect in the near i,- in San Pernando wh;ic Councillor ciple uf missionary work, exhortied
4 heNemergence ofat a near future when peace olid bi tu:'e. Mentor's calls or p'rsenCLation of h.t listeners to co-ordinate their et-
tm the long travail restord everywile'e. Regarding the city's water sup- the naum in the burgeas list on torts and do ail they could for the
st ia the ft- Mr. Fernand aillat. the French ply the ."l.iaidad Gluardian" was street-by-streete btsL. benefit of their fellow men.
e week iAt hornur of Consul who, with Mr. Pierret Le- informed that the City Corpora- --- - ..
S,ibortv. Equality, long, was present, thanked the tion had not applied for any ad- (arni.l Revetie Nelsonian Players ToI
ga' gathering for their kind support. ditional supply of wateil and at a ma
itl aalld:- He was overjoyed at the news (t present they were getting just a |or Arima O'al Stage "huch is Iife"
^ *m lWe Ion rin the the liberation and houed that .Soon little over the amount for which rima 1 "' uc i L
s-VO It Is the day would come thI anu.un(crnRlen, l they contracted. An. ngements have lust been "Nelaonian Players" will stale
hiOll-s ?re7ch re- the liberation of the whole coun- This source denied that the Cen- completed to stage. "Land of the 'Such is Life," a c-ranw by Mr. P.
Sreat teo ple and a try and the re'to.iation of ac, t Wtral ater Authority was unable Calypso" at the Artma Oval on Mellon-SImon, acting president of
it exhilarating to throughout the world to auppy any more water to the August 27. This Carnival revue is tha Associatlion early In November.
was "les enfp-t.ts de Following the funictior, the sta' City Council and added that water now bWlng stated under new man- Recent death of Mr. A. R.
lves who literat- were granted a half holiday supplies recently released by eve- agement. Roberts. founder in4 first pm-.
Mr. Salvatori, who had the store' ral places could be made available A mrting of the cast will be dcnt of the Association has rob-
OWs much to closed for the occasion. to the Corporation, held tomorrow afternoon, at 4 bed the playerss of a friend and
teround of the The premises were beautifully Explaining the demarcation line o'clock #It No. 6 Dundonald Street they hive pledgld themselves to
Wethamsbeen still deorated With the flas of tleitween the Hydraulics Depart- -- carry out his wish t1.' t "the AMO'
itt hasbendofi stisdcora ed Naions.Thefes watement and the Central Water Board
hittlesround of ideas, various Allied Nations Thre w Authority, It wa stated that te Arinma Council 'o m e de .
"'but rejoice, therefore, a shortage of Frinch flags, how-Hydraulics Dett,mtnw m found tlh e \ets To or eaTo VA n EAedK
Itn this great hour. ever. and a willing clerk hurrying ter and the entry Wate Meets Tomorrow COUVA T AT E
of this city, I call tofill the breach imimediately Set water and the Central Water Ai
Sto aya It trl- to worr desiginga pmdate sten oity bought from them and sold Trinidad Guardlan Correspondent.
n- to pay a just trl- to work designingl a pattern '01 to the pu]."c ARIMA. AuIr. 23 Regularomonth- TCDAY .5 JIM.- Only
1111 hal the emergence of the "Tricolour" to complete the to the publc ARIMA. A. 2 Regular monthC Tocil AY BHA m.A-OnlAP
It- .. meetir'- of the Borough Counarcil iDNA ATI-HIIAP
1Olle from their long show. Other places at which flais BAND IN WOODFORD SQI'.-.RE here will be held at the Town PM
iL. sl fpr the remainder were flown Included the HOl" The Police Band will render a iall at S 10 o'elok tomorrow S. p ,m.
.put out our flatls In Trinity Cathedral, the Central select programme .it Woodford morning On conclusion. the tl) THE RETURN OF FRANK
9the land of "Liberty, Fire Brigade Station,. and Head- Square this afternoon, starting 5.15 Arima "rban Local H itlth Author- JAMES (He nry Fonda)
5&ilikernity." quarters of the Win the War As- o'clock, t.It will o i7tlo speSslolo. it I WAKE UP SCRKAMINOG
ZURtWARPD ociation of Trinidad and Tobato. -- -------- -- --- __--
Celebrations last night took the -- :s .---- -- a=-.__,- ---- g,
thle liberation. Mr. J. form of impromptu parties held l i
told the "Trinidad at homes and clubs ii 'Varlou-
yesteday: parts of the city.
11111t0, while on RC short ---------- "
~ Hm York. I received, .*
., onb t. aheT tel
dTrniad. a olonitalTramway Troubles
i"telegram Mrer'sed-
tt o e r i s ForM anger's Studyg
inrely-and request ul.ercri*sA g and t aiiLeolveni
rtitudie to Free enres caused li pOletib t ger at A-
idled for promised met between tranlicar" sat'sWill bv'
stop I am absolutely studied by Mr. W. J. Williams,,










I -'i wil be freed meetinnychllfB1 y1 Tce o*bit frml
aCc will be freed general manager of le TruitiU1
Victory to which 'ectrlity doard.
will contribute to all At a recent board meeting
togp endAs-Colonial Councillor Albert Gromec Deptuty-
Mayor, complained about these and I
euce shown by Gen- other matters relating to the tram-i
'uerat a time when cars. and Mr. Wi.lia ns gave all
lIving the blackest undertakIlni that he would con0-
her long history and alder them and take such action
W" A lUM1nn alone for as Mlight !be round suitable.
ence. wasemore than The Deputy Mayor also coin- I
It was an inspiration plaieDA about delays and incon-
Indomitable spirit of venlence caused by passengers oc-
Allies as well as in the cupying til etnd of the seats and
tW renh eope. retitting to move up when other
& A strohm1 e" will pasensl .enitpred the .tramcars.
an m enaseTed that the question of in-
swholike cresIng the'.St..Vihcennt Street
OfTrinida stand service betwefnt 11,30 a.m. and 2
"Alies, never lost faith p.m. to c Wpe "With the extra lunch
liUpireand eMneral period trtfe be given considera-
eman of destiny," t.on.

l receipt of the inese ViceConsul ro Babies fiist, please
Ooo" !. Va- Address U.S. Servicemen
; h'l M) V (.. Dr. Wang Altalang. Vice-Consul
.4W5called on Mr. for the Republic of China, will ad- Somany ite mites depend fort
Ml rtud extended their drem the American Servicemnl.l' mttheirhealth-
tiliatilitaons.S peakinFg orum at the U.S.O. on the "Eco-
noiic Future of China" at 7 and often their very lives on Nestl6's Milk.'e
--------- At ... Time and apin, when everything for Nedd'sN Milk unless you need
--I l ,tilt has failed, Nestl's Milk has I for some dilcult baby.
Fotnando CALIVIGN V built a bonny child from agtiTf


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h Sn FernaMno i r Stoeroo. Open Oallery.
*4 m d charge up to Bath, Kitehtn, Servanit'
therear istr I Wil Room and Watch House.
theea1 4 tWlbe Very Healthy Gocd Ptshin-
mc.%t the T g and Sea Bothlng.
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Onl I ins r c;i'iOn from Mr. S i
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smith -'ho is tlevina tile !e (oion i
the tind'r i, ned Will sell all hIl,
household urniHture remo\'ved froni
his l:li" to Illis busine-s. prenmlse' i
it0ie thr titi hii office nd bust. i
ii S fi l t\ltll'V i Oln ildtl .5
Simmnonis Bed ana Mal IIrs, |
Shiffrole, Bai-,' ll. i l Coll Dilling
Table cid Chair,. Morris Suite:
Dec'a RiRilo wit i Pick-up andi
Records l,g!itv ( is, Cas' Priling
Cabillel ; I.i0111:n! i (' Cabinet .
Work P Ii i. (ol" I lht Iron
Safe, lool frr's Standl'ng
Shehlin. h'twl Nv Vi ce (iramnlo-
phonen Mlot( I il( Palrs t Gno a
Lamp Paris: Gas Stove Pri 11
Towel Rack: Deck Chalt Tet
Table; Ped'suls:. l HI Rao'ks.
Eitleetric Reading I, Liip Stand.
Bedro'Lm Liap .1 SAnd. Ctlork
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Crocke\ B''V.k'. nnrer G, et-,. ftc.
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Ma it In Jail 1Y
To,...v Warwood, a lp)ila Utah, Wat.
was yesat ,eday aeatcneo to sit -
mo.i.ts' imprisonment by Mr. W. i"".T.
J Andre in the First Police OIurt, S thaast thu
when he was fount guilty of ;,:" at"s
Wtarint a United Stater AA rmyIS f ":Uv4
unitorm and lolteilng on Wright- eo eftonees s ee mews *nd was.
son Road. l.S.1e*u""thin gala"nandW i Ie
Warwood told the court that bet beIr'in CfW
30 ftr611101110 N of"oC sea~ ~~~ er v
noL only o d no fsxed lpllct of 106 111 m ot J r% 7
alode, bit did not eveneh n have
clothes to Wear, so he W Mo ase T. I
peeled to sltael the uniform. o lirwot uSwS
Cyril Buisette twaa yesterday or
Otrod to pay $32.00 n eproeiontlig
fine. mosta and comnipenationb
Mr. A. J. HamiltonvIn the e.A
Polie court on accultation of d i-
orderly b.heiviour l ndassaultlng
the police.
FIrancis Miller, found guilty of
obstructing the police, was fined I LU
412.20.
Evidence ldisclosed that Rustlette, S
anti Mitez asaulted Constable I
Bridwieman who had o emalon to
air to. Mabel Dist Mijers d anc-
Ing patrtner, when she atulsd 0eence
language in dance_ hall.
Annoved L-esauss e oodoo made
up his ibd in a spot by -the East.
rorn MW.-ie, where, he generally
slept. asnds threw him down t,
uueiiln; him to su.tsil Injury to
his In ,. Founid tuiltv of assault
ye.,v~-, R' md .., wes fined $5.
Fihi it latatog & iV.O0 W0as lp-
trd'-v illipo.wd an Moe. Bi V.oll
wh. n" he W contvictled by MI. A. WO T NOT'(0J.
J. Andre in th, First Police Court
tin re"u.ittiolo (If assaulting lind A C TIO N S A 1E I1!
1w:' iri i:ole Rnmial, and s.$xalt. Of H101SI::j .gVID FRNI'l-F.1Ennnd
In- . famlal. IOFFf C: EA PA "V ESS. FITTtTRt:
A "o II was ordered to pau 5 Pi'l '.'red Street,
121:C. fine and costs for thI.owln, N. a Fernando.
stonesa nd foi striking Rita am- a Neilt oo:t, tS. M .hteel,-s
1.t with a stone, .. i I ..


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*acq1Whlner lilt ersental, I tO loulF:i a'~leln iasset. ork ] tl RO OII rceut -t m p nit it- et ltltreaitl 'l'.hoeil~.x ito st'.u.4 ( 'I itiC. ie ~eh. J~ i,) UtAetnhitE ROA ovr looking olrl ,Nti4ak.. tt# ~#rallofi mtieu, mgl~'m Taqialt-Aer kigoo tn-Agd tyc. ..00 11eetleY3. 'Phone 17 8 Cl tcr' IRCL orWU h lld a new one;P
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Pl T EN T N G A H R r q ierd i.ri h for detL B B A T KT W0 wa t- t r.b a Lo bt7 Qeraillse ltiver, U or UH. eIan >I a r st e bet ibu O o cr U RRY -BA I !L 13
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$1iLt WN. Malla lll. Urotel ttoery, Abereo dihuese n o.... $30,000 t ching t O te. Apply "Overeeer."an Bar- AA P YEn
fac phtograpply soxQue.en's3Park Itst7 tera. 1 pl eiewth ck kae tslls. ries; po New 1oa yl BAn. .1dedrn ine wole c co of Vres. poassio .........$ti6,000 raIfDry Cahome. :Ap plyt.
Jthi hI of ad 1 C RlH K ll rlie t o D1u ra ,B OI t' lln itIlT E *n Uine.iO iy. 2dOtr lndi tt rati r e s o ts ot areteD lan 2 u Ie M ort ya r g d t.t,a00 I ES TOCKRGE- TW STOR MY RITILD
-AugA 29 jOAL4)W atgPnag Frederick, oft "tSAS.
',''ACO NT NTPtttlltD morsothbernre al,- 's mthOU 024mtypst S0ng41g$ od. A bpy 'DCaki s KET ClprIB in uia 08,ioatiito hen Auan Boyd a, har utc- .4 $) ,00Large ato aBsnd aess er Pt 3aro-eO s bGiVding MI.;si ,stantedA t 1 H C N S .(usa
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RWA D A C CrNT.ia -o-Sei c ll. 12. straw *'eese sllly to A i oeturA BIetters l Stru t. S 2 t. AljcMa Avenue, re o l J Mtreet.-Aug. 30. fi No.Ii p-





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o Jn-.rBoo-keeerPmst-N lpon I- gol raetany ltre t. lupye 'CraglretRe. AplWiy; _Y.Ai.; "S_ clu" e s1a condition Eletrlc lWmtova 4 Plate, i
V IIOIl tl ipe lSe t. lotreet.-trt, "Ap LA- Iny' d Ch1i.r1 Perftectio Stove1 Cart-
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i(tf ti OF INDUTRIAl. TIAININItr. 1IOUnL 7 OR_ IN UROWINO lytp;'RTfl, Rdll. rl on n ate.- TU oMCHTg ultei 't4 S- ANTA ROSA lWen e PSrAKE TICKE1T 'Phone anr forl f rthIerETR p
Apl yL The Te Ikn N .r AIL.,r or AnLr *p Uin0, F2i A.IAL D Paria.l it I 22et, n-i Fernando.-. Aug. Sgr e treet, citp. Mo ily renta, l- $n. f*. R 1U rt n to u ic k An'. por neam Wh l an As I frt ine 0 (siul I.- -o 1
inuatiol and Colniiercial t'laaese will GiLDJltSt u~L'amet.os. Delay b-d Office: 14. loei tv O FRT B & D tIA ( lU
to ele t Uflote new teeton sun uo2u A3 FR TfDKRIC o t BlRRT uner Tra. er 2 l 2II!NF IAM t urner iln, so a Ck OIsoii Ain Der W iW lL. rH oU uAi e p.lt i Sp tl to g l gnd B.e *
Ak *ug if b0E 4, 1944. T he A cl t o ingi eri tationg Pl IC)L N 4 O 360. X e a profa s- wIth te Uld D U M t u l. A p up t ,yoin [" "l "ieo npp be ro m s w thl. a 1"o o 324. w itlAh ia areio ta l *rt sa nc i-i i- 1 1 1' 1 1n ka I
at laslse will be i aten ri a a ll prn ....i n in d Vwfroreltl n i it r imly 1I ri uit t ea r, .i0, Url- .esni an R iJ . k'ao wle l:ta *r to ip, L Wvor. a tn g id dle an Br ad Aeo;ie J.
suraparltim.Live in. H,-x B -131, Itthem Al Tet@aOurcatstill RCa.,a kjAll st.,vesinN gitoilR cgndit won. OffersM in-.R& BPeKect eon







Rthe week e Clng L Septe mer I trtlle Rnl i uu oys Si I yl l Tmede a suA pi W eul o nekv trill A Ucr tr e NTIB D RONB N A LOP kdat .y ApI Sen 0Ie 14o im poi. Jatel- Mck, Ie Reror .urca. Swls Foret -














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I e Thuisda v r thertmil Thesinone teup.vAi An,
lto A.n. gtd ec.u. tutly ua T Ul .A T lg o n it i,,i taieiru v ly .. o v r l olkte .... Aug>late m oae H W 1 n It. per LAtN syi A.tg. 0 ,d nist
.. t.. .P IM ID AND C OKt a... t.- r...-. .,,., i Norfolk hitel1t, dlCo.y, .u 4 m t 1.1.I IlADiS .BI.CTC! ..x. *l t C O M P A NYy
S t and' lodingo' ilAND FOODS de_ Apepl'y___ dresee .n* le eHa t, i W.U1 Ap1lyT AC EI BMr t lM, Apply tilt Ruby s osli Wauing F l ta-(l ,. kMsg ttt atlisnASS wit X*B Twh la gmp, linE 7 o30 .- Ali. 30.
X'", 1u ;i l.S e O UCu cai 711 idres se eu r l tlpA, No.B 4.LN e lOd -i t- eR uI.I tL eain. oeitLAi ; iay"'onog^ tt't"-' IA??. STE DOG BKNN. FI Ph N n 73 B t i
DUmsl stel clasn e wit l ill be! re|cl C~~l tli .R i e~l tiIY ttlI ste iR u iicseme at.i, iuy SMrsy olyt. laeuaePossiA. 'Slt .Oig ltiil atrnAngrn t k.-lu.ri
Angee froenuetMttIuncitesytt ui lmt A C hioratc soca ioEMTYWN CO jES. t:.uriuolc asi a- Bu nett LAR E T.M;ouRE oS'taluW, b v.trua uoerCRU, 4 aes.landg.t's-Ion s o.-- Oe Se T OR194 N23000 m ie, CniioAnAREI HERS WG ItmN)I







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bqslis neiw t dem lt oue sn she i 1,1 .uul '4It "? R 50 CO~' [ l '(1tl u l 2ttleld Lane. headloit. Preea mie, itlila Cit c Au g lir ,~a'r tll, u 2 Se eae lll.,IIC N BR C lT m rked i ntem r Puilrlte Di- p ltlnu the follow~ing:
*ptem b r fruo II il S iii 115 Slenoom -., oPiute tl l'lll and... ot e i,-- ,-a. o l rll c i t o' the ass (a ere ^u Ji Ivii r~ ~ ~~ e1 11tr a tile, 2~5W o 8ewul ia, din 'LA tI'' ui ew ri- A I u. S a r ) ir e C h cs w t F b e C iht n BdT o1 I E l f t
ENRqlOL* NOW FOR l'tH1': M I.iuimscml U~IJ.I NOUn., .e Atbiuu.i.i... S liet., atraed AIPlY 50 3.1 tBerry St~reet or 'l'oooe ais r uuui, 5ie gotlery, aervga'se Iduica- tolTN. Ii IFpin lnn a one Morris Stteelr with Fibra Caihion,, Salturday,
TANT Mat O Fr fou re Si' l -Ag. 2. Sp 1.l i t II l421o. inl O.ru2, agrage, i ll cou Anen ces, tiTl at. lli Ie oeirs ol tgi suns Morris r wt Table ihone r n
Fa t indor llHgu red uT er s tio i pIiti at I. A TRIOPICA N A lI JOSEPH JR A N T 12 at , tII.TRj I P eR, ITr, ann plye o at ii .I l'rc Pere Yn lons etrfroet, .f rt a Aug. 3.a Ol
Syamlnio. rrr eab ltt. il Ine I r. 'Phone I. Delio mte itAte l u ltCer ato m .a 4 e m t re. o, 4 o le. AIP.c-Aulg. 27 Dinng Tabla wIth two expansion leae s ( ,
(l'h0 Rone SGester Chaing lolrs, one THEU--
E 11t, 1,1 t's 0 l ie rl t.$,on e In hundeo ne 'nlitnte Vriine 1140 Fred erick.stworehios i o St,. oe ssijnh Tl i m...I ee Road. Poession RTAINMINTS Sgdeb1oard, one (blase China Ca1bnst. Rox T ulEdano n
VIN FENANt)O itlYSt' HlttiH apeulall arrengemenlal foer rttuihuy ciai- Moiluar tsetltto 1.1s- 4 Sout....... Q i lia~ 6 feiaem autree't' lulc'irist; n4.4.11 super.gn Fenno.-
a 535 wnhonwiln. Pon R9 p itps ;as le~j iitr, Citril e11a psesol. NO'osa t 1 itegon, FO ares P u.ART -,oi W laeDDIN Streat2. Guptediz .. 'P San Fe rn02 ando. 2-









Ileau- moaltta' dains trian pi Joase' (Owing 't'rituiella ,-.ilnO, asxu- Atig. 30.
illd ommrcal uhl~tts:r\hlll t..... p..,-w+-le'r iusrtuon. Appliy Is 73 Htenry otRtJ.cti. ~ tet u 5.i.ti... qi Dial Illl- wiuone, Drulms. 415 latoinech Street. ,L MEETINGS AND -E-N-TERTAINMErNTSIN E W H IIj O~peWTIN g" -
Apelyin Mary'@w ishesnitor adlet o2o, wri be JuctL. IGHTING
uses o, o ,> ____ ~1 ~~u~ef ~_______ ICLAEOSS~Ei fle HOUSENHOLDF
Mawitaing c alo er ania, mi. treen tsI&tl you witt you r cR lvgiot to is bIght' i(um oll-rtoLeAs socliation La&o tn!puoll o -that pecial a ngtnhens nave Promor Denppyd11g -Aug.P2N.
Lbektrpaph t Box B126, "rinida Utoitlots. lTasteriIEbean .weSs with 40Ato.h4Century-loxL to ax-POULTR AND SPPLIE









availg epaioe 21 m 51 op~.,a HndRWAD ONEhl IneAed Ro N ient ad-~l
COO WlI.tTH GOt~ DAY to ENC;s. m CHIOPOD1-Y I, Io ) 1, io nw Krvl n le ntl. Caod Diva Hih l i tutirnga sl- t iepnhmt. Aply. oai~h .a d Ph one*pf,tloa4-341, it ilaap, ii, lad ; ur o hl-bed 3o echat$. w N wV al Batms ol










ati seatsstfor theo6satire 40 en 0 thewSaa 1ren.ane, Unfsirniahed s e tiv ee. 3 hed 12 Mt. o
--dep who r seIi IY P0I- A u'R;.late..Iu Bl1 i 8- from Gl the leading srocersa-d mTAL will be 4 e o in8advance. tMeOkinli will uuat-oneri c sattrneieDs3

IIOUUNlSi-Cii AN ACHl A Cal io r.. .IY EaUTH tenlet lyres andi mosc S~iegert'a (aromlel Coliuring. ipso lmily pea- 6ireat, 1St. Aogtasiaole. Ait eonveoliencee Vm1e n~lt pltreet, txtelsphnne 0439) fro -. .... m .-- 1 Y J1aLa Ldy'a rl!
A t nt.AppIy10Qu edward ari Weu. s c h ,tt. a l raiT prfre rCall U.S Na v ,' pared for thi cu tlinry ert b) Angoetura i hider w ine riot. ioseeason. Ao gatt o isietmoer 1, hetween s es sonurs of .. .. Crap. Dini$0
HIshor Acofna.siten0ea .ps n ve.,, Auug. -i . .... ... H.. "- itters tOrR J. I 4. I S iCs ern s leorm sIsl Isl biore. Abiact, atsO ron strelt.- and 2 i p.m. raity. ,TOe'P aonm.01kat AT io L St-oB As
'Iiadan ypwrtngeam.-Ag. tUXIAI. E AN"130 acla" nt Ltd.- Aug.itS .uept. hInt. 2 rat GIVING tics eIeDrwiCow:as










beaoRo. AL N T l. Alt 23. O lCa. 63, oes. l J1 J pl usa liStret Coreps.-- 11,1 cl~ll(H ttVtOLET COUIPE with ronisie' ONE DEClO LIGttT PLANitT. 311 wett.. 1.1431'r 1)5 LA ,iJ.Ain't IuARU! BlUILD. ta alter itsreleaeenaemn N! ..thia p.ie- h!~a Dnl;'
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ilLIAIt I =itOLS 11On c..u.. dllitmadl Tyoee t Iod. beel uher i or itou--A5 g S'.i aL iiie 04 Loud ,wttl fo0r building at ntltt aftter 5mf.alpilrpiof i Mt b rs,REsa.erRT.
'l ilure IntC~mrd Cusomerulat, ens'hange flir Sudn 'Phene 4400.- Mr. C. i MOO lt.CYCtIl3AI ll T T eii RM 53 '1,>aab oppo,,,a lem.i.reMo.se,_.et asoi t -_ lt-n- u anowal in" .n .. ocwatnoirt el Settes. lt
.T Augi.Lo, DegOree %S. ril -A il 2. Edward dteet.-- ug. 20 r to Schouol, Ehuich, Ol ad spca. Rental l.llt.-A 0. 3.. .lw r
i iett Teaic t e15 1i- at FLiN STANDARD DL X I CEDAR. mmmdiate 4elvery. 2'. 1 140. Pric .3, Apply cn. Pra I '- - -Coede s.- --M- makers'
Jobs S.u G/ Cotleb., -.~I A C erti. t H P SEDAN with iltidlnc roof. lnthathr i I". lxi any aims required, any luanntty. IiO Chltsl~oto Street, elan Fernanld0,.- PI ........ ... uu s rpu --- .3 R.ck, Chlkd's
,-p 1._-. uAhiu2te,.. Very good l4yreo New battery. CJ. a ar (uer.. o Ps. 1 Caltotte Street. Aug. 3 .
'Va et wAd ..1 2W. atia wari-R"anon- --AVEI, NO. "_ IA A,."- O- .. .. .. MAreheir lundry at r o

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MODERN.SEPONDARY SCHOOL re- QlUAeurITIEMPTYBbec. .With, orunea rt e, t T bs 8 Soot h ul y tUrd Street.-A itL. tetvn O Clat s.. no.td olais th Aui- t d aees 0
11- aspt. 13 o REN e pt.tua 1412. 'Ltirdsn sia.aet apl 21 dopur Btept. str eWk, CO&PB n d 140401140o era a ftne r.etdl hy wsi aa oa












su C P INO. erec(Blid loW. aS at.Vintg Wiet,; wito nel i Nsituvuon t oe ue ipBour. -Chinauare, Cro1be
lle run by l i tatUlfled nUtt l Oia. alt omit e. l y, 2med. ic lu it b t ....Char...te.. r.. t. Phone -a toei l ond. P ricE 0?, foo. A ly; ANG LE LA R .iu riEr-
m ohr S pacious ror end modey O SAei .e ONc S~Ent tl ID N D Cl MRer D P;ianhEw rd Srettrss c n SinoFar-n .... .....e....... teiT R InID-
Es, superior cu .te, resident matron.Lore, , WH u a S i anyeOH ST RONG PA .1 nha. o e, Ia., -Au g.,24.. I N 'is... ESTATE .OF .et ... LPUNCriONnRUC R aREC ted.- 5th at
l Idil.- t~it in home Otmoaep I c PsYMO.(p aiA .salyaO- FerTaindo- ret. ept. tIt nvalidChair; PStove; Cari u-uj t4. Iom .CE
W n St eb er 4.W T Veleph on de r AugG 27.INGgrade I 'Street, .c it aph.iApply t oLal toao.i I ns lll O el Aygpht, ead .o Alol n
VictEoria IUMInsitte -Te Tohie, A LLNT a 91 1. CAL15~ tiqn oo. lapt. N1ok.mnFeanedo. -aeo. ps 1M. agaimat tat29.tate fid aovuer naSM.n tty













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3 fte tor Atyodnm rcia sod mone y Heisll R ERS barmatcy. Dally F .o ffic.ite. EMUD24 RCERsabcione t Maker. YSEEII Lb.DWPOETIbINQ OtU-SE, h eda s~~~. re99AUSaSt.dt en atiuaSet IN BOT1' "logadS UI N E R
fore -Au nwg. onti dealS uppy Str. 4 REEI CKAST RET17 r rand o 41NLAps: uNit3 a yburn hom air"kl.contrainng3 ex. Bravcs wi t ply~h n anltlA mlr iok." s at, A ie abreeI netNo.a F INC U ______
1044.u TDemsuoerinIStation) 'PRONE Aetllf(in tuf utI10111;fliiri "
gereatestct~e coi.Oie. hoshotTlpone 4360.LAugiest n e tc. 111CarlotIedtret-Seut It.2,pi. with of trn"a .lSak ite itt -a t.mo Lestrs 1H~ ligSdl n rde












Tae day Eing lphr Einghe WOin ra Sp L 4).-II i SEl (ll tilR i eXH ndGEulM fa TA'U'K M-- (UolSbni ollil lt I ansdll tA RGy good vi m. t",,,aAtoed. ltle leair in t ttoiel i': ai4 rglnLl's

tiUottb Ikisoole.- Sept. emutli c-r ,. equaslly goa tumnditon V.-s are ramanded Io have these tytee and Rl si n~anlm euaait poaasno, m Eeiet.EaeliralatOf liheL taint nato of- tn.. .. d.-A. L E% 1 11
/ iER MUSICi ik iioi tilllolod Ringt 'Phone 411,--A 5. 5 repara4 as oegtetd tli aed ruptures 9hor pariacuiste alpIy to ickh iad am * -A .Fo.
pond mlt eeadel tlhtuq.ionlilth n AUSlTIN 7 HP.P P-l0O. Apply at south may esluit in a acunpiete loss_ of a tyrejl ODty, 40 Pahmlbrols S eti0.-bep.I. Ml_- iri. V'leirn.0 wlt of Mr. R J. Valtlp0a.'
am, 5.-- ,o s 11-01,-Augl.1., 9e. Au..> JO.- caaba. of-tastin .hi-olgh tae-, t. s',ts.EiI..o, lws ,LL ..'t Mt)US ,, ,. ., . o.o ,. .. o o Sga Estates Ltd. B Y T E F ~" ''
'Y!I~l'AuA SErlli T n8ATE R MODl. "A"' FORD. |tAls Vat huldellttt) iOllOnu: ~eity Lyr Loinlog .1 be~droom onl i lota Of iland w th attest., a seeninirlodui. wtlllee to mh~ogm
i~to/ S t Sd Fernando-rep".EOTAURA. T SieAeyr, ChaSp. Apply Manag lobe O Wo rkei, it. Jam 11 Catlton Aveoue. vorslcy of atrol it e l th eltualte on e o rflktloei eiSuna da. tAutiJ3. lB YEa. c ii Al 48 South Quay. tn
newottl iti pil tA ,an Juan.-.Aug 2. brec of dlam lque--et. iOt Main Rod, igo Martin, mout __ fee t
-1 L t Apply,, 16.M t sdi nyck St t. eililNr t f Min-- $m mjl.10.uo. Appl y K nox P one rt, 4 dpi nh.--tAg$. _______0.__ih m1 fON
... .. ... .. e Au g. 21Ao nanplt ilRiPA IRitept0. ,mIoiol r to ., i aill.C s signed th ialt I. E
front tiC* C Pi 11 51 Ak I Isaamih N ew oiCl's p M'otL0 .-MSplo Ne i wrt o. i ,o Ad ,i us Lesing Woo tn yr.itoAeri e.- ONE lit1n
.elgoo on the .,Tl ..i,.. w ,,... ...ATo. Afeeeftac. conistng- a a-"' g-. 'o . 2-,e 4v.,, ,. ,o t BIencSPE.iimi Din
'|I A ...;n. i kLAM A cO SNI j O %ourlng Emertek iv beig, Citic. -- ,Ia Pawer, 0 "ti&%iled, 2 eIt* ogl ,-- 0 nX ande sittingut 0. L. W hiteman)l
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A .'."* I__Jl C YOU i SS f IK W 01x fw.r jower, A ) M O r Avenue, V. rower."atAuFactry) of a 'mL 3- -t 5o.A I e e mion>(! l e A O aneU WOO.
'l T 'iaim eft. Amiature and s taie 00"k. All sites Uhpesia tasd. 019 LOy L*k it 1 l S iA I AOT "RANDYi "
tad o, .ayea. and Bolo, isep1teS _-ia. W, ew!ae t.e ;, *,, w a w. i Communion BOLS APRICOTfRN
I r itl i lo"111 U omy os s e a o to r A f fip t r s a ,1 6 W e aZ~tc h e p t w l p t IP e r US 0 4 U 144 %r a
I OWk '- '6M4" 1 UU"L. AS1.-Aull. 1 ip. tith, tnlletouil ,tio W 2 I1
** H(^ ffi'" o^^*^_ U_._MAU_ __tW won_ .._a ...._.,... Win do PEACH BRANDY
i 1vol|t'i elii A = t Faewry Apply ;M0onlii ,, aguiI e NOTIOse
an' Wheow lteV P t ia estn e .tm r "do BLACKBERRY BRANDY
Iftness itreet. 'Piluhone s0. Wereir ` WOtNDERFU1L OPPORTUNITT. "D T HI S T IlS UTO NOTIFY the 01141 sh esta
liree vwham rwevrang..5-eep. e.setablished businessehA. lb t. erge's6j. ie-my wit.brt e.ldor .RmInagain under m rm of Aren-~le do CURACAO TRIPLE C
0EWARS O F COBMDIl. oKl. esim add. tVery enstrat tocialty). A.tetid care and eo loected. and I am ain& W ere
o- I tiSa l r e'ommee d Ld- Ovam-Steve as e. Watler Fiactor withl modem mEiuny. sponledib for Say fdebt or debt*l i Ttretad
Paascya l.tut o an ytot ai A I RAM, 2 .10 Y a of "t INV byEis".
pall-el T masu-e1 ,g,','.--,ini. --ity. Rusub"i ve Btatry. t l CA.T"A. b A., do CURACAO TRIPLE A EC
ItJ I R AIPU pAll_ da eli tly &An qllsok- with four bulodins, Flouriashng irti -Aug 2. O d CURACAO BLANC COT 1
l. PcarH.t '' OTWO. Goli Frrwu.-..Aui, 8 Ownmer wants to l. Prie: wtU,0nts. tor eUBLiC is hereby l e that t,,, ,sherbo, SPE A RUM d CRE" D M N H
JOSESM t OO V e ng Afe*Mltcask and half Montegolifatdesired. ame not responsible tomayr eta etsS E I Ld
P eter.,Ove s o M a..Copel-and- 7..Tral.-teead,'Ph. r. 'hr-,a bA wif m 'Aus SPECIAL RUM do CREME DE MENTHE
;. a ...... *"--"n. ... ou ...... It *- ^.._rMe..iN .HAC. .,n dw. W........... d A two. 14Ltdo CREME DE MENTHE (W
|74|egaireIE r#1 '- _ .i- 1o t.'lulft Mi ll, Ihat 03nn- al d.-te i Iqmlnln i r~ ne sheo hain af m om eme ugs 1,5, Few,,,
'"".' 5 I A '-l '.-e-LL TOUR 'Radio%. OGrW others. Passsouin.Dow Dours. a O.I A.DP.M.Ut, 3. A w Ca Loft-./A
? AiiYS IYE fIaM A'I('4a 4 l U ne. blouos, Furatiure. tttv. w ce,. a Du kI e --ee trt. P o R D C A
T a j T U B R 6 0 -H O T |-^ | Slo.vwi e C on iu lt .ord or R ~x lrti l Au. A B MP T M1i P UlIeC rsl he* eb, moif.ed *thet4 U,,
Ses 1(1.5 t At Pug.RSTPIO S 06.fg htC09 do p m rScthCRIME DE CACAO
RED-HOT cnslt-o 'I e 4
a n 5 A| dlllo t i ai a t ow- elr a It Ae C Street. Ato Trier Ati a tl baitt in bea lease Kw. iy.3or the past so i gf ,
Afh il PRUSURATON P04 SAL. .fe lf ust be matto i Mo Ami taw Y ; u y ". it is my i toei honlorm e.a 0
?r. C lr .1 -"--"--a- "'a"a"i""i e"aTRRACwan tw l" heard m un--" -^ do

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Avnn u e 7, iONXRAL --cent S street, Pu.t-ot-(t .-Ang. 26. -AAg.1 2. sib m FaS|
"00ih ...... Condition. 34 TkURD *TReT. BATAR1A, "i TB>; liv. P Mslic toI f( TT--'*t* I | / 1
Appy I Guests Avenu. eWlt-&-t<*tt. otea. niety Jte at car to nes: am no longer res7oneibl ty Wtfe.
a-*^K ^.'fM 17lt.-Aua. .alsois 13A Roberta Street. Wood Mlena selo nle idee Byra f andr T Vot
FAM91MtATO bt*4 feet0 eteEt-*L eaideeuee. 'Phone 113.-Aug. ol. mysol f rieepna 1bt 'formaye" 5 ** u P PER *OT. ANY K i
Npeot v-Iron. Owln at e tmt cur. ____________ _______ trected by ber ihe bavincg left my eare
mt. WOO 60 bd.-5S AlT1 l*te. enLd Id Protection sinefAugust 5,1 1044. S m
NARAZINKS FOSU $ALE OEPP10All11101tf.A-KRt.
Syuaie,* Tlepeone 46.--Aug a4. eotswl. 50 Tite., Chapest tate. TEK PUDLCIs is*0 hereby *e t-aC l I
new's esetdittea cb01. ifho &u t. AimS 1s conl*netelt by y w.le, At Sy by Jai w SteS | La & "N
A -11 I --Aag. 24. A,1E X 6t)3*5CRIKPTION5. Wide having left my home AP-tIL. 1944L
smli Fernan.s ept, 17. i-Ao.SI _____dfAit_ 11,24 Jeusth-A u. ?1 -Ati gT. V.J _
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