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

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

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

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Source Institution:
University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
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:
UF00081212:00746

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SParis Celebrates Liberation
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U.S. Troops Push On Towards Reims


Constanta Falls To Combined Drive;


SNew Hungarian Government Formed


H^^^^HF* ^R ^^^H^^BEZ^I~lBE jtfUK nr If.Germany Willing iT 1 T1 j
1-G85-Mile L ONDNg. 2 general Is lBritish Break Out
laf gloomy review of the Nazi
war picture, L.eutenant-General
Kurt Dittmar Implied over the
rNM^ :+:lr B *^ AGerman radio toay,, that er-ridhe
Ad an e rny would be wllntoee
fightingIfwould.Allies.relaxerro m d e h
Romanian Troops aims and suut"an Germans Movin Ani V tTi
;attitude of reason and a bet',er F r u d Vr o
.d | Hem In Ploesti! understanding." nd From Bulgaria 'Al V A A
vThe High Command prop&-of Bugra
Garrison gand1 acknowledged German Into IHungary
Reverses at the front and de-
By W. W. HERCHKR plored the developments in Ro- LONDON, Aur 29 tAPh Ad e tSLREdE ALLIED HEADQUARTERS. Aug. 29 (AP) Th
LONDON. Aug. 29 IAP)--Rualan mania, but said, nevertheless, miral Nicholas Horthy, the Reeni Americans im.oved today on the cathedral and champagne city oi
forces, In a daring combined land that Germany "was to continue Of Hungary'. today acept~ d the Reims, bareh 100 miles front the German border, after occupying
,nd saea operation, captured Con- as long as our enemies stick resignation of the Gooernment of
Sstanta, Romania's great Black Sea to their war aims,"' tind "as 8tjav Mand appointed Colonel. the famed World War I battle centres of Chateau Thierry and Bel.
port, and for three years the main long as reason and a better un- General Lakato as the new Prime lau Wood
German naval t:se in those waters. derstanding have not replaced Minister.
B ? r T ., "*I+ ^ "Seizure of the city of 60,000 re- this determination" to destroy These ministers retained their -- ------ In addition to reaching mintl
presented an s.-mile advance by Germany. P t le Finance Minister, r four miles east and six I-e
Ksea from t.ae port of Sulina, taken -"i ".-. -Labs Remenyl-Schneller; the o Mtheat of Chalon-sutar-Mtes
on Monday, nd 70 miles by land Minister of Agritulture, Bela IJ SMwhich wa United states Army
"" ."fr on Monday, ontd 70 miles by land Jurcren: the Minister of the A headquarters in 1918, other Amer.
pu t..,Ro i o, yvm fom8th A irF Interior, Bonctos. and the Minrhte, can elements are a mile west @
tre"e emndoiainfr -.put the Russians only 20 miles from of Wau ~Jr, CoL -General I.,Inoo the town,
oI Pria, fr efrom German domination for the Arst timune In .four years, crowd Into a street the Bultsrlan border. Cotstants Fl We, o -nera o Csh Inteolim r" tf tw n.
[t and celebrate the liberation of the French capltaf. Below, soldiers in American vehicle has at least 37 huge petr.o- T-I s "* at '. There wae no further new t
Side, sunlit street *on the edge of Paris as the populaee line the sidewalks and watch the hum storage tanks and a spec.i'fl e lC dMarshal Ebmey Is the columns which earlier in the d
.__advance of the Allied units-.AP photos.) tanker basin. Twenty miles farther r a a F e in new Foreiin Minister. Onteiioi r captured Soi sonx to straddle
south lies the border established taea, former Secretary of J*,- the Aisne and approached PFIy
M ....... .. ...... R ssi n U r e September 194 when Romania Sa to the Ministrv of Jstlce, -a.O- and Epernay.
14& fl- Allies-Reconie ed southern Dobruja. territory i'aZ l ris til e new Minister of Justice. | YNOIND NORGAARI) Chateau Thierry and oSson
l e l y Allies Recognise R.Uoi',seld U g e 2. 13osquare mll belowrthe ThIe new Minister for Culture Is ROME. Au. an tAP#. Am erican were engulfed by waves
^ ** Polish Home Army Danube, to Bulto ria. taEnkTsGK ^0o^ and"* inTfnry 1013411 clashed American armour which was iu(
R n tirler hal h vom ae DanRNN. to Buh. aT.w The Presldenti of the Board of Into Montellmar. Important com- Ing north and east against llt
S Hitl rsa WASHINGTON, Aug. 2 (AP) n i hemed in Pesti rrson 8 U P R M HEADQUAR- Trade Is Marioe and thed new munlcatlns c. intre In thp Rholie more than token Nazi r-,tsa
S l -The State Department an- a from the south and the er-n TERS. ALLIED EXPEDITIONARY Minister for Industry is Ovulay. Valley more than 90 airline mlli, Pace of the Tld &irh
nounced t.nght the United mal T st r radio c'eclared. "very bitter FORCE. Aug. 29 iAPI-B'.sting The Germans took adantaglle of north of the Rhone'& mouth, and rousin advance under the gUd.
r Stte recognize the Polish fghting I taking place between every piece of enemy transport they the time lag In Soflya's acceptance tonight were reported mopplng-up ance o Lieut-Oenral Oeorge
SHome Army as a combat force T Ron.iilan and German troops in Saw, Eighth Air Porce fighter pilots of the Allied armistice terms to )tle laltl ene"y reni.;tate re Patton held promise of creatlng
Sand warned Germany that she E- Bdcharest and Ploesti ranged throughout daylight over pull their troops out of "neutral" Other American units were swift- new trap for the 15th German
J HIGHTOWER would be held responsible for NEW YORK, Au-. 29 (AP.-The iReuter states that the fall of Prance and the Low Countries for Bulgaria toward Hirugary to bol- lyv Pursulng the retreating Nazis Army and thise remnants ed
bstre are becom- The stalemate followed a re- slon reported that the Mosccw great oil port. As well as Its tions, designed to prevent d.isor.- against the westward driving Stzet, fourtell ma to the northetbater Seventh Army which
~3OTO. Ag.29 ~i repis~s gans It FderlnommniatinretreaCotianahasgieneusia aate ourhrayefson-toedpra Arer yha conty's deencsoe rte fghtnIit enrearfFild-arhalGunthr on tiue'
S appreheve over port by a Pzllsh official to the radio broadcast an appeal to the important. ,s a terminus for a retretn Ge forces Red Army, of Montellmv Headreuae d to join it north of the
inprPrance eithererireceivingitsrein--Soviet troops have already eet 'vHaqatr n ln h oo obcat
iythat Hitler an American and British Gov- Spanish people urging them to pipeline running to the sea from in france either receiving rein- vSoviet troop hav e already eent orn oity Headquarters i ne ttonl h s iv
henchmen, may fly t that the Germans oust Franco's regime, and carry Ploesil. Constant Isnavalbase, orcmen or supplies crossed the Carpathlan frontier Rhone Valley nnorth tot Montelr'l OeneralPettonsalreadyhIh
r nch er fortress are trying to exterminate the out a break lth Germany. "to and as Marshal Stalin recalled Recapitu'.vition showed tonight Hungarian Traniylvania, according Rhoe Valley north to Montelmar lan the N sht
I P steonof ar that a Alied fliers since Saturday, to German replts, entertbeniced o mekin tfne
few weeks and seek population of Warsaw as a gain a place for Spain among the in his Order of the Day, announc- tatAlidfer si mntud t 'a r t." < | hans b lared el ase a m itha
revenge for military activity democratic and freedom-loving Ing its capture, it has been of destroyed 1,507 railroad cars, dam- In Hungary, Hitler's last bul- enemy pockets which are isolatedalntert ined
I tral country by Polish Patriot forces Inside nations." service to the Gerpians in that aged 74 oIers, bombed .22 ark against a Soviet swee up and f ace certain extinction, along the line of the nme
ti become such that a the city, the Dnb toeh nreteau oheIformer and the destruction of the e ne c I e
maybe Isuhed to neu- Rt e r s d t Chargin that Franco "will be capacity for there y dxrs, motor vehicles, two oil t.ns r the Dnube to Vie'a, the former e battle for southern Prance the As.
give sanctury be tomene- A Reuter report stated that the host for all Fascists who are Tonight its capture is saluted additional 42 oil ,'nks blasted, 441 Premier Stoay wielded dictatorial and the destruction of the German One column is already fAi mly
theB hosttni u jI .^ ,, oran19th Armyct h at;-abtg vi oat' wth oteAle h waster art omplhe r tlo e wortalishe ro urte d Ane a oi
wo i nt wary t n Britain has also announced trying to escape the People's Jus- In Moscow with 20 victory sIl- ocomotives. 46 barges, 3 am. power backed in, Germian arms In tihth uncountedr housdetons and another Is within stro,
IK world Into war, reeonition of the Polishm d by 124 munition trains and 82 ammunition an effort to stiffen the nation for tfNigh mrihu n cu tourli t o and
btrA upnd the A talce," the broadcast declared tl ve b 1 g cars. a last ditch fight. ofou i s marcve n bat t o Alliedi stan ep and With
S upon the final Home Army as a responlsiole the Spanish G:vernment has a l- The Soviet midnight communi- cars, a lea st d. lof a a cma cng a t l le dist aeoe am wthi n
sled bloodlust in force.1 ready given refuge to "French que confirmed the capture of Buzau In the first high level bombing DPicussina the dissolution of all prison camps, and few dis- mile of the river,
elan appeal would-.ists from Algiers, several Ges- and said that more than 150 other ever attempted by P-3M in this political parties and the Govern- gani remnants of the enemy RI
p at"charo Spuai tapo aent and Vichy traitors from towns were taken in the drive In the atre, ght.ning fighter bombers ment shake-up precipitated by I thehiry ulente behind.
links wi th hei Nlalr a B i eve France t attacked the Lati.'nha bridge ovet Romania's switch to the Allied Th raterpart of the arm y to Two rltritsh anloured Ca
UI kroMe broadcast quoi ret the NportstoPAS TURN TO PA49 ., COL. 1, the Tagliamento River on the side, the newspbPor "Mav'ttr' S W C W ed the defence broke out at the seine I
ain last i anop o f, c line. Simultaneous-e s" samid the Prime -laster i t all sOUthere' Franre agilnat thet tou bl n ter
Iny o the t 'p menare dto e Mila the ffect thave t the IPatnb ess Inhe at m en m lll er
here, lCthat oer rgn tttng steps to ePafe an asylum ce lv fottions of Liberators and really waliss" he oouli not de- Aotlled tnvlmalter ande th he turbulent break today with o e of
storell funds la both P e a in !T in Spain for stilll more Vichyites. It Ma UisA n ePortreases. attackitng objectives In iiend on'certain "olitlcal tatters M Ull werein pem ad ouet. u r vle ngtforektlywardhit f the
talso cited a rert that six Ger- CaCch Silesia. found targets over- he "seized with one vigorous Tever battered lemon. Wa,. atrepagny nd Ifto. Ue, r
l cL eadaneIman ships hv taken shelter in On Swiss Fro tie In Bwand had a job with path- stroke unconditional power ." aged to slip th cough tis- Allied a second punching e ile o
S clahs constdt miany matn ai the. panish port of PaJes, roan F ro terg nder Instruments. Lberator noose to escape to the north will ward to kBray-et-Lu o the El
lswion that rems any of. Le e, M ilan It said thapnt the Spanish p l w also bombed the Ferrara r al bridge MANY ARRESTED
eel ht m an y oa e to o eIt said that the SPanih pey hae to be reoNTRUY, P R A N ha tobe reequipped and re- River.
chy wh are to A n should know of the danger that ReTr U C 0-o overo the Poa hand bridges at oro- o nised complete fore they Smultleous;y, the two ecd
to have any change of By REGINALD LANFOR might fall on their country by SWIS FRONTIER. Aug. 28 Reu- nica. Yugoslavia and Slcano, on His exercise of this power was will be of any real use to the Army brldgeheas across the Sh
In Germany c by going eURICH, Aug. 29 n eute) -B e sheltering the remains of Fascismter)-Men of the French Forces of the only line left open into north- reflected In the widespread ar- Wehrmacht. east ot Louvim and at Vero
n therontry agoin evUIHacugte. 21tl sameuteport.--The Tirn th mi oD H ADUARERS bthe Interior ofre teadily advanc- eastern taly. railway yards and a rsts and ipsisoment of lin- w s ea rd T
H will try to save Germans are prepar o ing to evacuate Iit me da t f the lnorthwe t o nn aor "se dal dn- W o Run.
.aig to ea t It is the Immediate task of the ing easte Italy, rai lo nyyardns were In aru a Slpri a were me enlarged that they
from Akled trial and Milan, says the Swiss newspaper Spanish people to prevent new Swss t frontier. long the bridge at Saeged. Hungary, midway garian workers for "pralsig VgIHILES WRECKED virtually joined there arm ha
by dr atie airplane t "opolo A Liberta" ot Bellintona. Fists from coming i nto the c woun The ll of Vall r between Budapest and Belgrade. Coimmuninm' and a new decreefect eSe a nl ec
il as= e Of escape. The kwpaper asserted that FielnFortress formation bombed yards empowering the police to hoot American troops of Major-Ge- At least four bridgel were thro
lIs one of the reasons Marshal Albert voneeaerin r had and Italian Fascists, who for n lamont, all- -mle irom th st zolnok, 100 miles east o Buds- auspicious persons who attempt to ral Alexander Patch' Seventh across the Seine In these re
of one the ntop en MareisshaInst ructions 3to the hMiandtime nhsave wnon busiessoo border, b hs been cleared. The est. evade questioning. hich s--- A
of the top men are issued atinsontructionst to the Milan time have been In business ini people Immediately elected a new otLmrae ofh hoe upe oin 1t 0-
t i l rtto S porder, hasmedi btee leared.a hpes.TeasnSwissisourcesew Monteimar acea, of the Rhone supplies moving co ai
itler whle all over la 'ionomak e prep edqsarationgons.toSpain..yran.....Tesawso Ac-ms, e losn i n relentlessly I n the wth men, armour, artillery and
political and militaryJ eave thetown within two hours Naturally to the'Hitlerites and the admndstatved ClearrSeine Field-Marshal Wilhelm Keitel Valley, today found the roads 11t stant stream,
eavingafter t reept of n order to theiascsts from Spain, they must r n tle u t Tphoons conferred in Buda-st withtered with abandoned Germn At headquarters, meanwhile. ,
S troops to asemble at Bescia, where first expel those who open the 'rcolourowle from te cch Of Nazi Resistance Admiral Horthv and the Hun- vehicles, guns and supplies. The aff officer reorted hat fl
WEITE 7the local commandant was billet'd f esot e er e A spire. The FJ.FI. wearing thel r an War Minister, then flew back comparatively few vehicle, slll in check on the resmlt of
TPenespaeurher s tated thi gates of the re country to them. At official armletas, have made an ex- By HAROLD MAYeS to Berlin. ue by the enemy will be he to A nta-al trap
t will do remainsan n o saperortheed t hal y the nr ueent In h w c o tey ate essdsin s ,,,,r' ,utr th ge r a,0o German mot..orvi mile ti
ipeculatiorn I i nobodyWr the ethee and friendly relations Fanc s the ar m l WITH THE TACT*ICAL AIRi
nto c n cte no ation fn the o pati mienn whGrai theyaremaintaininga lawylan(a drdeRCE IN NORMANDY. Atg, 2. STAND FIRM ORDER constant threat of Altielt warplanes.
honvme tion sbrje h as believes that Lombardv or r-"rc'-,
Ip o th t u a Piedmont Wbould e vesat r beome "bat- to deciding the fate of the con. After albatndonig Vlla r e e r e auter)- For the first time for
Is that If he is not tlefelds, but everyone thinks that try., _nBlamont, the Germans now oGnl several days the Tactical Air Force DN.B. reported an appeal broad PoAld TOiN TO PA cot.. P,.A TUr N TO P cot.
t minutebyloomel ethe G rmans will withdraw b-fore hold thecustoms posts of Abbe- Typhoons were called p today to casta to German old ers in
hechmaen, he may very that. According to one report the tlea-,y Raids Made villers and Croix, on the road assist in cleaning up the last Ger- Romane a to stand firm wherever
If.i There always Wehrmacht was about to le ave from Porrentruy to Montbeliard msn resistance west of the Sei tne, o thi o e m d the w t
chance, however, that Emilia Province and Bologna was On Amboinli3 and Della, 10 mile west of Mont- German elements were quitting the of their cenurade kt the front
loop the country. largely evacuated. The same report A L L I E D HEADQUARTERS, beleard forrt o f Brotonne, end attemptingTeresary uste t clear ,W NT EW AR B ASA T
exactly a year since said thst part of Liguria was now Southwest Pacific, Aug. 29 lReu- Large concentrations of German to cross the river In the region of nocar ptulatron.D
o sanctuary was last controlled by the north Italian teren.-It was announced tonight troops have been observed in the Jumileges. nol cIitIatin A
th the neutrals At beration committee and the popu- that the Allies carried out a record Herimoncout Valley and In the These Typhoon squadrons were in nearby lovaki a thI puppet n
&y elation waas daily expecting an Allied that thd A ie s carried o u recor d Hoysgerioor t Valley ndoh n the
Ily was falling and .atntoa bombing of Abtch Belfort and Besancon region, turned on In rapid sucesson d Gvernment aa"decideds to Prtisenanf
Mussolini was subject lnd Indies. while a stroot defence line Is achieved excellent results ,In d ife measu sanst Parta








country" n'ow largef l y eA cute d, the sameurepo r ao bt At L us be D eaDQUARed beiad fores of Bore<~r- il ln ote^ tro~too .sn atempw t in tha he rermutikptceai WINM Tpee l E WABSO ITO
ha~wtot of hel Eat ties, bombs were being eon tablished from the Swissoahort time two tanks were damsced, after the ssOOtainatuo.X of a pro-
The State Depart- Abeu 200 t thorops of frontier to the Vosges. And 44 Vehicles destroyed the FmEt TURN To p i49 I CL ..
oe1ottructed Itsd dploma- Army, reporting the complete suc- tPtEA TURN TO PA-E 3 DOL St
oives in Stockholm, PM uesstaphB e of the operation, proceeded to
Lisbion, Berne, the In In AMemop up. aans Pcf cDON 17 SPEEIR1
S Missing Isla d Queen ng to the fluid position an panese ac ifc
,to neutral gover- aout an Ia f d the very heavy advance of the S
ores Gconference B Al reou m e d l overI r S y il troo ,close air support had ases ma e
Mr. a wam urging recently been impotsble. and the (P I
s loe aGers rIMn t u AuRg veg T A eor o t Iyo Royal Air Force were sweeping a WASHINGTON. Aug. 29 AP,
HMu for<"Axi l leaders ROMr. Aug. 29 nAPk -Aolie d far as the Somme line, with the, The Navy announced today that After exhaustive tests tyre manufacturers hove
adHeadquarter announced i e today result that the Lu ftwaffe, as well American 'planes blasted Ja anae se
"ipaded his euape to that Pol forces drt if d oup the at the Gern',n troops, were putslied positions from the north to the tbi the effect of sp d on motor
"~spared neutrals from Adriatic cost of Italy captured cTrenddad Guardian Cerrndrisdent. back. central tn 4, eriesOf week, vehicle tyres and the results pme that test
ques ion that time. the village oft Pano, six miles ft ro. GEORGE'S. Grenada, Aug. 29 His Zxcellency Sir Arthur The main Luftwaffe baes are end rl ids.
Pesaro, and were pushing forward now believed to be in th, Laon- At Paramushiro. several fire, driving reduces the life of a tyroenormonl,.
to within three mfes of the Ger. OGrimble, Governor of the Windwardeislanidshas eeo ronnearaah100rmlikely to were left bles ot fusnfbLeberatoa&tde
Lorries man' Gothic Lneoutpo t. isympathy relatit ves of the passenger s idcrew of the schooner be taken back. the llth AiriFore. l te A Nst of lyres drvenat mles hour tiuously
that sector. scho rwo Jimt 100 mAir ce, Au o would be u deles n atter 45 miles, but the mieo cntdriven
I Paris The Nazi appeared to have :'and Queen In which he says the vessel, mLsing since August 5, Tokyo were bombed ain a 30 miles per hour woullive a minpum of .000 mle
InPa rs withdrawn almost the last of their Must be presumed lost with all hands.aohrLbrtrfrer e t 3 i ees IP but
troops into the Gothic Line and Poultry F eed Seventh Am Air Force. This
A,,Aug. 29 (Reuter).--to be awaiting an assault by the The message, which was received+ ..............-- . Today -I moderate anti- At 40 miles per hour the set would give 24,000 mis and
United States ood Allied Pifth d ghth Armies. here from the Governor who is Island Queen must bepresumed Release aircraft opposition.. .
U'i t the Hales Bthe A despatch from the Swiss- In residence at St. Lucia, w s with iall ands and sre you Oher bombers hit Pagan In the
P1 with urgently Italian border on Monday reported tIsued in ea communique to the to convey my sincere sympathy t Suppliesof poultryeed will be northern inas Islands group, Those figure are based a sed o ly but the lift f a tvre
to uffsi today, Paris that the Germans were evacuatlng Press and published In an xtra- the people of Grenada and St. released today b ly the Food Controll b t hter ing buildings Wgum would be fur tOr reduced bhe breaking madi neceary
#rtba toi.Smt. tay three provinces n northern Italy ordnry Gaette" tt noon today. VI ent who must now be Pre' Department, Mr. A. C. Hale, cting placements. h m a t by high speeds
Sthe and pulling back toward the II reads: osued to have lost relations and Food Controller, yesterday t the Atta c r ae t
'k Added*"gc inoic Brenner Pass. suggesting that "I desire to Inform the Inhabi- friends on this vessel." "Trinidad Guardlan." aircraft re w e eYap n It will be seern hat a ear deld W t l a thg s ed limit of
a lye su b nomed Hitler might have decided to give tfnts of the colonies concerned The news has deepened the pal; Mr. Hale said that there were the western Carolines |And the 30 miles per hour would get at least 5,500 more miles out of
of the general Up the lanci-prepared Gothic de- that every possible step has been of sadness over the community ample supplies of poultry feed In Americans contInued their nel- its tyres tn one driven at 6 m ,m,h. am d s truck driven at
X, U M. Poution of work There w ath ing tofipptttaken to trace the missing schooner which has not experienced a dis- the Colony and that there would be tralisation raids on enemy, peru- 20 m.t. WOUld g 6.50 more miles than one driven at
P ot al fu rvict a tsfer wasomA ied tosupportIsland Queen with the pas%.1nge'as ter of such magnitude I1 ILt regular releases at the rate of a, tions In the Pacific Marshallo. 411 whi.
SaPly tier-etin anitish from According touReute el n re h carried on her voyage history.leest two per month. geo eEveymmotcoristknots that speed ruins tYre but there ane
t1%odlgt Retr Nazi and crew she crreonhroye
"m e~et re-esta lish hcorin o eueror ndr
o and tee- reaguard are nutting up stiff fromG renada to St. Vincent on Since failure of the schooner to] The "rinidad Gu'dtan undermw
#5 and pelit i ti and he Allies August o8,l1944.orepoytini. Vincento prayersnstandsethesethelTranwiol
may bWexpected oppositionandtethdAllies are A .reprtat8t. Vincent.pra have s tandsthat themhesergupoleen will0me em smeopimcy Board tram now on will cut off ar n supplies of
few days, The ftidi.g booby traps everywhere. "Clossurveillance still continues been offered daily in the churches poultry n eeperls sling anid 'sttediX
tjatkoI also hopeful. After the capture of hae, te but it must be realised, In view of Some quarters still cling to the their steck. It is repoRated tdat thn RONOY "c5. l pms amt u
ift g will be oheld to- appers began c learinerI. the the time that has elapse" and the hope that the vessel may be fod. present demand for chictkens. -t Io NDON,-(A. Mr.
________house and after they had re- very thorough search conducted. -...= = haif as grea ast was about this m'rnet iSevia Uf,aiSJ n', Miniser ff 1
".moved 25 traps from one ho'.., that the cha~nce of getting Dews of cithu ymadyt ch~ miarket.T' Gaouerment's '_DIVW YATAL II
(' Ca sv*t sapper thinking thejob do"e the v1 elt now r'mte" II istimepo te la~s t yen apdym'ethkns ar T L bour, to y tmed ~DRVESLW A AL IM S
re ~was about to take a rest in an with uOtrow I am forced to the SerldOM see in ttd ol abe t tout U1s e dte ol
easy chair, His mate stopped wnlondm that the schooner Ilanmd Btcrltcito, ith Inds st mated could be 5 t'stonplns. H wenld the woldlt
D~tn ,. ,.o.., o..,.. ,.., ..,..=, Sees Black Futre g of,. stoc bykeper. men, came sd fil ezpml nS AND START SLOWLY. ,
chair was the 26th booby trap. with all hans.It I =--- ....- them to the met an~wieMenW h
.Ag 9A I .'l I the upper Arno valley the 'l hl ematgaeu fyu ODN r.26(eleiTevices,. i. declared that any
2 tA).-+I~le Allies hae taken more ground "vest ematatatfl I o LOdaNge fAcig. the Gvx"Re n str. TheD ,
ith 20mlsouhatwill convey expression of my o n al ronts m~ u s m ImposuedOns (aC rin w' sttmn ndnotlalt KE ORTKSPOEL NLT
theme~l I th edrm" inmale Ont a ~tn In as e u .ntau
t. emme suppm4orte ~of lrec, but heare to tl heartfelt sympathy, to those In cery frang report by nK a r taeneerng in uutheorist'tte ahud.
'SS, Shv ctrd ao=i m0 a s.. Grenaa and St. Vincet who h'++d oo* wh,, ,.o. ik ..... thorD X}NO V|sLAD d
00th lCe hntoex.Wakw Gemn i lim.sgs relations and friends on Uhe Island quoted by the official German newr t'OCHOL ,. Aug. M lstmUP ntrA D ON TOVROD
6Siles noi-th of the erie- clearing ouxt.1 Quleen. agency. He ,'eya it was fantastic to Rteliable stources now eortirm PlhPrm Mn ite
I ~inof He,f'ang and ..... desire to take this opportunity ima~git that a German victory was that .otW sort or restrictions were Confers Wftim W ,
~54tertr~ oJap- U O RE otatkaltoewO I se er w~a'( in, He went on to say the recently impose on Hermanniiolt
[ r along the YOE e U1 tAPS -- waysl, salte d the Administration o tIeeal ah1,+O r orn.bthet eli~ o Ln~,J' t btt llltl ~ qk" t~~tqffl~l~lf! tiJ
Iqm~~cel +*'- ; ~~mats divisons are beinti thrown failed and it is uncertain whte r. Stattidaw Pooa~wk.llish 50 1S U1M an d that liesl 8 he,
l Poince, t hep Frnc r,~la DeuotincI fott ves l," agamm lintt I-hem but at~l 411 hve .*o re- the term hes atrrest Is aeeure' Premier, emiterred wthll e 1 P lLJItltllfvg1
. -1 Headquarters U0lt e. mld treat. Bntire regiment, persh: .hi sor ceB sxtase.td that .oevin." Atlstic,, Ede, Fore~si 8ere.art
t i ounceilet Uf the lilbW~ IMES SAGE FROM LAONDON there are not enmngh 'pletaes. not has been stayine ait SKam Mel thi. atel'tl et, reports the PSI s~i C Ut IM kie. e" ehante a b a g1.atel
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WtIVMAY. AUOURT n), 1944.


Allies Will Aid Italy
But She Cannot Be Ally

MR. CHURCHILL'S farewell meiaage
to the Italian people clarifies Italy's
position In relation to the Allies who will
be the victors in the war which Hitler
ad Muussolini unleashed on them. The
new Italian Government is, of course,
i .nU-Faclst and intent on making
Snmds for the evils which Fascism
looed on the world, but it is impossible,
as Mr. Churchill, polnt.d out, for Italy
to be seated as an ally at the peace table.
Mussolini took Italy into war, and the
Italian people must take the con-
Iequences for their failure to foil his
plan to regiment them and bend them
to his evil will. Nevertheless, it is not the
intention of the Allies to cause them
greater misery than they have endured
Dince Mussolini took power and brought
the ravages of war to their soil. Rather,
*they will try to remove the hardships
Which the Italians are suffering as the
aftermath of a ruthless dictatorship and
tutl e war.
S The Italians are in a difficult position,
-but it is one for which they must bear
the blame and which should teach them
leusons they must never forget. Once
before they won liberty, but they lost it
4in a moment of weakness. When the
Germans are chased from their soil and
4he last taint of Fascism is removed, the
priceless gift of freedom will be restored
to them, thanks to the Allied armies who
came across the sea to liberate them
ad their land. It will, however, be for
them to u, guard, and defend it so that
It can never again be taken away.
The simple practical tests of the
existence of freedom which Mr. Churchill
outlined contrast sharply with the sys-
tem of slavery under which the Italians
lived for 21 years. Indeed, what existed
was the antithesis to what the Prime
Minister and all good democrats believe
to be essentials of the democratic way of
living. But it is not easy for democracy
to take root in communities in which
the tradition of freedom is not strong.
It may be difficult, after their long tra-
vail, to get the Italian people accustomed
to freedom of speech, the right of the
people to remove and replace govern-
ments of which they do not approve, the
Independence of the judiciary, th? right
of all citizens to a fair trial, and freedom
from fear of arbitrary arrest and im-
prisonm-nt.
It is fortunate for the Ita!Lians that
they are working to earn the title? deeds
to freedom. Their partisans have helped


and an still helping to tOisupt tv Gap
raw eaa*rcrl Italy, and pun

do still iomf W. QaunhlWs sltetemt
that large IMew Itaft fot ,'Vl sooa
Join the Allied armi iis welcome anws,
and givesthe i to previous rort
that there was a difference of opinion
between Britain and the United States a
to whether Italians ihoIuld be trained
and armed to fight the GOermans. It en-
courages hope for the future that there
are many Italians Who are ready to die
to ensure that the enemies of freedom
shall be destroyed.


Committee On Public Works

Looks Like Labour Body

THE idea of appointing a committee to
advise the Government on carrying
out approved public works is a good
one. Announced in the last "Royal
Gazette," this decision is to be an ex-
periment subject to review in the light
of results. The committee will pay "due
regard to the supply of materials, equip-
ment, and labour," and will tabulate
and co-ordinate existing plans of the
Government, municipalities, and public
utility concerns. The war has brought
many schemes to a standstill, and a
committee to recommend thM order in
which those which are still possible
should be carried out after considering
all relevant factors, should be useful.
In the phrase quoted above it will be
noted that materials are put first, equip-
ment second, and labour last. We find,
however, that later in the Government
notice labour comes first, and materials
and equipment get a secondary place.
This is evidently done with intent, for
when we ccme to examine the compo-
sition of thM committee we see the Indus-
trial Adviser mentioned as the probable
chairman, and the membership includ-
ing the heads of departments which are
the chief employers of labour, along
with thrwe trade union representatives
and the mayors of the municipalities.
The committee is evidently Intended to
function primarily as a labour advisory
bcdy.
Whether such an organisation is
needed in that setting, is doubtful.
Labour must naturally be eonaidired
where public works projects are to be
launched, but materials must have first
claim to attention, as without them there
will be nothing for labour to do. This Is
specially important now that so many
hands have been released from the bases,
and problems of unemployment (or re-
distribution of employment) may replace
those of labour shortage. Can the com-
mittee as proposed advise the Govern-
ment about materials and the prospects
of getting them?
Instead of placing the emphasis on
labour, we should expect the Govern-
ment to seek advice on the obtaining of
equipment. The committee should include
persons informed on this subject. We
should expect it to have one or more
construction experts as members, and
to enlist business experience. Th. idea
of a committee to advise on public works
is a good one, as we have said, but in its
proposed form it can hardly achieve
much.


IWfIPA OUAUSIAI(, ~


B. 4Esau.*be

Bdd Housing Conditions
-- By Wr
i- he W *4w bim seg tk.
I ami a smemlw o( Se- a n
force and .have a taaey of four.
I madie an aPntteuo to tuie Corn-
101410 Auto rL br a hotse
sor 10l"Y ws bany* msseed)
Ilbe, tat = Mt In WhA I CI.
der 'to W. the mot ineniltar
building in Portof-Sp.in. TtelrY
it a Shwer of rain should fll, is
flooded, owing to 1e fait that
thee.1 ino Propw draioage. The
batla"po-)hasl 1oes86More %MMaisix
Inhe CObg thu pie iga the yard
is rung ninht anit day, and also
the sower-bath.
In the yardmt th" always
rubbishl. Ihere is no yard broom
provided by the landlord who lives
on the premmei, to c.ean it. There
is a young wman with two chil-
dren living IQ one of the iooms,
and It is a pityto see the condition
of the room. The kitchen is always
(Cmunp. The owner does not care,
because he cooks Inside his room.
If you are Interested, I can prove
this to you by giving you tne num-
ber of the building where you can
send one of your representatives
to see for himself.
I hope wi.h your assistance, the
Health Authorlties will amist th?
tenants oy invenlgating the utn-
healthy condltlons that exist In
this building, and make it a ha-
bitable place for human beings.
DISSATISFIED TENANT.
Port-of-Spain.
Editors Note: If the necessarN
Infernmatlon is sent to us we s'aii
pass It on to the Health Authority.


Water Service At Night
The Editor, "Trinidad Gurdiian."
Please allow me space in your
columns to draw the attention, of
the City Fathers to the fact tlihs
we, who reside In the vicinity of
Belgrade Street have been some-
wht neglected and ill-Lru'eated du-
ring tlhe past three months or so,
due to the novel form of water
supply which we now receive.
What is novel about it is this: the
water comes on at around 7 p.m.
and goes around 11 p.m. the same
evening, only to come back, if it
does come. aroundd the same time
the following evening.
We, in this area are drawing
your attention to this form of
treatment, as we realise that the
change depends largely upon the
City Councillos' actions. Should we
be deceived on this occasion, we are
prepared, and shall see to it, that
we do not vote for any more AaSIons
again,, but look forward '.o Moss
on the next occasion the voting
campaign presents Itself.
Bear in mind, City Fathers, If
Moses does not provide himself
with that rod to strike for water,
when the dry season comet, wer
shall rearch for Moses' son and put
him there. We are tired, and vcry
much so oi this torture complaints,
bluff, no service, and no action.
Pleae give us water, and that at
the time when we need it.
I SUFFERER.
Port-of-Spain.

Good Roads Wanted
The Editor, "Trinidad Cuardian."
Kindly permit me space In
your columns to mention the haird-
ships experienced by residents of
this district. We are suffering
greatly as the construction of the
Narlva bridge stops traffic for days.
We are willing to "grow more
food" but are hindered greatly as
our provisions for the city often
remain on our hands and rot.
We are supplying the city with
ground provisions between nine or
10 months of the year, and yet can-
not have a sound road which would
not only save rubber, but make us
go further with the food campaign.
Our "Little Folks Trinidad" t,.ld:
"You tickle it with a hoe and it
laughs with a harvest," which we
have tried and found true; but we
still need something to make it
complete which would be a sound
road,
"LITT.AE FOLK."
Navet.

Bad Road Deplored
The Editor. "T.-inldad Guardian"
The Cunapo Southern Road be-
tween Rio Claro and Biche con-
tinues to remain a horrid spectacle,
If not a severe handicap to the
public.
With the advent of the riny
season, this poorly foundationed
track presents S picture of a con-
tinuous series of ditches and drains.
'The distressing effects of this
are too obvious to be emphaslsed.
Residents suffer unduly as a re-
sult, and solicit the Immedinte ac-
tion of Government In this matter.
with the hope that they will be
granted the ordinary facility rightly
ue to them.
RAZACK MOHAMMED.
Navet.


Forestry Post Advertised
The Editor. "Trinidad Guardian."
I have read in your newspaper
an advertisement for a temporary
supervisor for the Forestry Depart-
ment. I would like Ao know why
should such a post be advertised
when there are many forest rangers
who have, In aome cases 20 years'
service in the Forestry Der.irtment
and have wide practical knowledge
of local forest trees.
INTERESTED.


Siparia.
Dogs In The Country
The ditor. lTirmldA Guardan"
Cannot the Police Department
nlelt a way by which dog be
MadS leae nuisance to pedes-
trians and cyclists during late
evenings? A particular instance Is
Dalatimn where almost every home
ta a dog which rules the neigh-
bourhood by night. A A.
A.V.A.
iiouva.
TO A PFOiMa sacrPTIO
Thore las a time when fatle Phi|hIpltv
AtIued him froa those ret&lm where
T tl *bode.
II Bt basre a dark ind heavy loaid--
Wi t had *walked the ways of hbra'.
Col i t'l esl upe, hit mind was steep d
Ins pride.
I* Maed the lapi tel filh that trustee In
prayer.
Whalt lVlt they "'Ny, who Iow miat dry
Ste tur?-
'Here weeps 4 ,Mn who did his Clod
dlekdot"
lfattY, toWlatt him -itv his unbelief
11a1r1 of6 1. oufl4, humbly he tUrn, to
aipll the *way, end he a bowed with
irtl"'t --
ReA out Thet HBnd and nothe hi stagony.
Theo, Wh of old ihe si4 world*' sins
dross'4
More it a i she Ihl lstra.vyed he lns lor
ellvIt tOI GUSaPPIo
Nfta rwkMaf
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U=4MIAT, AtG=UT SI. "

~GovernmeniN.


Establishment ef isecendary
industries in the West ladies
on sound lines suited to the
various territories is now recog-
nised to be Important. This
article is preened as an Indi-
ration of the new stirring 1o
Interest In the subject. The
views expressed are the writer's
personal opinions.
ly LIhLE de M. GASKIN


It as now an accepted principal
Utrt.,..C-1'.: c5 iS b i.u Lu t ^,Uilu lAIuA.s-iO-As 1a ebbC/111at OL tile ItU ol iiniluat., to >ne raisinjo 0i tile
sianualUa oi liingi, uan ile Ari'va
evenuaiy at me oa of nmaximunm
ellt-suila.cwiciC.
Writing Iroia the V'.iale ground
of 20 3cais' experience gained i
iuur 'veCs, inuinfl ,otonito:, aurllng
which time I have always Deei
lLredt by the prospect of mating a
tangible contribution to the de-
velopment of minor industries and
ha'e carefully observed the phe-
nomnena occurring around such
efforts as have been made in that
direction, the conclusion has been
arrived at that secondary Industries
can b.st be encouraged and brought
to a working reality In Tirin!dad by
means of an alliance between Gov-
ernment, the community, and pri-
vale enterprise.
Government approached the
problem In 1920 by the appointment
of a committee to protect and
assist suitable minor industries. As
a result, the cooking oil and fats
industry, with its subsidiaries--siock
feed and soap making-has been
placed on a spund footing.
The Bay Rtum and Perfumed
Spirit Industry was encouraged and
protected by a special Ordlnance
sometime about 1932.
Much hes happened since then
Two main (acts to be observed are:
That people capable of combin-
ing effectively the required capital
land, labour, and entrepreneurship
have carefully avoided the second
ary indusrles for the reason thai
competition in the small capitallsetd
units of Industry, Is generally irra
tional.
While other "risk takers" exist
they are for the most part unable
to organise and combine the factor:
of production in their proper pro
portions, with the result that If a
man of the necessary ability anc
initiative should associate himself
with any attempt In which thi
combination is unsatisfactory, hi
nust, sooner or later, desert it
If he remains. tie cost of entire.
preneurship will be out of all P.ro-
portion to the sie of the firm, and
the organisation must sooner or
later go out, if it, Is unable to make
the necessary adjustments in the
factors
To It I'dge 'he gap then between
those ,io can and will not -and
those who would, but cannot-i
suitable formula must be developed
to reduce the bmjien of entire
preneurship to a point where
those who world, can and will be
able to take a share in the desired
development,.
First Step


e'GOVERal N
N0TICZ

Nedleal a Md Ralth
Poley C-dtt-
It I notified for -teral Infer.
maton that iVUMU %l = iad a -
ei to Naimlt evidBee
Ow" = Uo 01the sMove-
n=UId Committee should forward
SIX COPIXS of such evmenee in
Memorandum Pora to the under-
signed co the Ookmial Secretary.
Port-of-Spain. before Mteabrt
Ith next, after which aao
further representations ea be
considered.
By prder of the COhaIMAn.
Edward W. Daniel,
secretary
August rd. W144.
TENDERS NOTICE

TENDERS art Invited for the
supply of rations to friaoners at
the Police Sitilon, San Fernando,
for the period 21st September to


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rietes from participating In the fI31st iDecember, 144. 42, I 44
development of secondary Itndus- Rations should consist of (a') 7I 1 5. 5:70,1
tries. Iente i of bread and 4 oa of salt fish T670, ,
Private enterprise shod cooked and *bi 11, lbs. of cooked 773. 781, a
rationalised and assisted, and e rice and 4 oza. of salt Ash cooked. E45.
granted aid under the proposed Rations will be required to be de-o
alliance, whenever it can provide. livered to San Fernando Poince EROL u..
Ill A workable Idea capable of tatli twice a 1y, at 7.30 am.
gaining the approval of tile other ,and 3.30 pem.orty at ay 3tertme
parties to the alliance. (2 Proved 0p.m. or at any other time
ability to organise and run a yen- when required, upon noti oaf not Dated: 1th JulyI
ture of the size contemplated. 3) less than three hours being given. -
Some financial contribution related Sealed tenders marked "Tender.
to the entire cost of a given num- for Feeding Prisoners at San Fer-
ber of production runs. nando'" should be addressed to the N 0 T,
Acting Colonial secretary, and
A fitting example may be given ioung reach the ColonialeBectri
here, Mary Brown knows well how tarhjou' rmea not later than noon
t prepare Jams from la fi
3to jamson Monday, l1th September, 1944.
John Smith is able to make lovely The Government does not bind CINEMA
fruit s'ups, and aiso knows how to Itself to accept the lowest or any
Sput up papaw, mango and mama Th Pan
sapote In syrup. Hugh Peters can tender. The -mnnna
candy and crystallize local berries, ERROL L. DOS EANTO Commission h" 1
fruits and peels. Louis Pierre van AcLing Colonial Secretary. fion the questif t
make beas ttfnl jellies from guava, ..........
hog plum, etc. (The names given NOTICEf TO JaURORS on of ld a
Above and below are purely Imqlnr.. -II J U person desirM 0
1 ary and not intended to refer to il,,ng for .
I ay actual person In the Supreme Court of buldi fr
I The above four persons agree to Any person v hi
I associate themselves with Paul Triniada 0 00nd Tobgo saeted are Invited
Marcano in the production on a PUBLIC NOTICE Is hereby cations to the
i comnmevcial basis, of the afore- given that one of the Judges of lease of such (
t mentioned items, the bulk of which the. Supreme Co rt will sit In
n type of commodity, is at present Chaer a he ourt os main terms
I imort~ed. They aolyt the com- Chambers at the court House, ma term on
mlmported. Theyaply tove chemr- Port-of-Spain n THURSDAY prepared to take
Submit their Idea, prove their skill, the 31st day of August, 1944, at sumnt0 thed
Se10 o'clock in the forenoon for the ul a t
anoi their ability to make the neces. purpose of hearing applications by and sPeciflcatlofa
sarv financial contribution expected rsos o hexn epltion y ad .p lcm
of entrepreneurs. persons for exemption from proposed t be
The committee examine their serving as Jurors at the Sessions
SIdea. determine whether it meet- to be held at Port-of-Spain on All application
t all the requirements of usefulness Monday the 4th day of September, Commiuion et!!
I and ilractlcability. and then pass 1944.3 A 1344
SIt. through the regular channels. Ad Notie is also iven a 31st August
SLater, the applicants are again in- Ano suNohticationwllsbe en tat
StervleWed. and when final approval no such aplcation will be enter-
i s obtained, we will be on the way taed after the said 31st day of Plan
to the estaibll.shment of a secondary August, 1944.
I Industry which ought to have f t
I fair chance of success and be of A. V. N. McCracken, 2 St. Vincent
real economic significance. Renistror Port- of-ply ,.
In sifting and approvingg schemes, 1egitrr.4th July.
After measuring the value to the Would any of the relative of the late Capt.o i
community and the general, practi- who was born at Crailgnith State, Princes Town on i
cabilityv, and after safeguarding all and whose photograph is herewith reprodIlced,
the interests concerned, those who direct with the Commilioner of Police.
must give the final approval, should ,
ever keep before their mind's eye.
the end In view which 13 the de-
velopment of secondary Industries
calculate. to raise the standard of
living and enable the colony to
t.* arrive at the highest possible de-1
ae ree of sound a-If-sufficiency.


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A lirsr. step towards that end
would be revival and re-orlentation
of the dormant committee, with
broader and more liberal represen-
tation, in which places will be found
for: 1. Government-Imperial and
local 2. Major Industries 3. Minor
Industries 4. Financial Agencies,
and 5. Labour.
At the back of the committee
should be a secondary Industries'
development fund. I should be
well within tha power of the Comp-
troller for West Indian Develop-
ment and Welfare to allocate to
that fund, a sum bearing an ap-
proved relation to the cost of
equipment; the locfl Ooveinment
would then add a sum capable of
providing the necessary lands and
oulldlngs.
Other financial agencies in the
community would be expected to
make available the capital required
for the purchase of adequate stocks
of raw materials, while private
enterprise would be expected to put
up its capital fund to meet all the
expenses for a certain number of
production runs until such out-
turn' can be handed over to the
selling agencies.
An amortisation charge on the
installations would provide 'repay-
ment to the Colonial Deyelopment
Fund; the local Government would
recover hire from the fallities Its
money has financed, and both
would be in a position to 4ranser
the use of the factors theyiontrol
to better fit the people, ehouid
those engaged in an industry at
any time prove Incapable.
Arngements between custodlans
of raw materials and selling agen-
cles could be so planned that the
Financial agencies would be ;aft-
guarded.
So far as the community's 'ar-
ticipation is concerned, plans
should be made to involve the
masses in the eventual success of
all these industries, and If no other
co-operative feature, is Immediatelv
feasible. I can think of no better
device than that of enabling them,
through their friendly societies,
to invret in such Industries, a care-
fully determined proportion of their
sleeping reserves.
Time passes without this well-
established local institution ever
reslising Its really tremendous ca-
pacity for helping to shape the
economic life of the Colony. It
would be fatr to expect that when
a seneme has gained the approval
of the Colonial Development and
the local Government's invetigal.
tors. few connsderstinlu of safety
should preclude sheI friendly so-


New Department
There is no reason why this
Committee should not develop into
a department of Industry on lines
similar to that of agriculture.
forests, mines, etc. A register of
all people and their ideas should
be kept and schemes should con-
stantly be under Investigation.
The Customs' import list should
be under continuous analysis to
find items which could be eco-
nomically produced under local
c conditions, and the committee
might even decide to offer three-
year licenses to suitable persons
willing to devote themselves to the
development of schemes, originat-
ing with the committee.,
Such a planned scheme would
improve our economy in many ways
and it Is fair to expect that each
secondary industry supcessfully
launched would throw light on
further opportunities.


Description:-James g. ]. Hancock, born -lt mII
oval face. brown eyes, black lt
over the right eye.
I. A. RKUW4
Ag. coa_ ,i


Gradual Change CONTROL WBOAIRD NOTICE
Certain of our neglected fruits, Xmas Gift Parcels
berries and peels will acquire a new o T Ar
significance -labour will be directed For The Armed
to their collection and marketing
and when the supply has been Forces
proved to be inadequate, additional
crops will be planted to meet the With reference to the Notice
growing needs of t.e new indus- dated 24th August. 1944, o nthe
tries. Bit by bit the face of agri- above subject, It Is hereby notified
culture will be' changed and we that licences will be granted for
will be moving towards our goal. such parcels during the month ol
In advocating an alliance on the September, as well as the months
lines suggested, it is fair to observe October and November.
that except in a few industries, L PNCctober ad Novemb .,
particularly those of great public Secretarv, Control Board
utility, the methods of state man- Old Post cr .tBuilding,o
agement by civil servants, as as ld 7 eSt V en Btree,
present trained, would be slow and 7 StVincentStret.
Portoof-spftin.
ineffective. In such an alliance 26th Aufsint 1944.
then, lies the greatest hope for thel
future.


Envoys Get Big

Ovation In France
MADRID, Aug. 29 (AP).-The
British and United States Ambas-
sadors to Spain had a tremendous
welcome from the people of south-
west France when they toured
several towns hear the Atlantic
eoast along with the French dele-
gate. Frenchmen and women sang
the three national anthems when
they arrived at one place.


Guam Airfield

Reported In Use
LONDON, Aug. 29 'Reuter).-
The Americans are now i.:ldentiv
oPerating an airfield on Guam, said
the German Transocean News
Ageney today. The agency added:
"irty fout-engined Allied bomb-
era yesterday attacked the Island
of IwoJlma in the Bonin archipel-
ago and another formation raided
Rota in the Marianas"

GOVUNot IN CANADA
QUE0. Aug. 25 (AP) -Sir ?ohn
Hunter. Govemor df Britith Hon-
dub's. and Lidy Hunter, arrived
In Quebee yesterday as guests of
the Govrmor.nerl of Can"da
amd PrieNa Alim ..


CONMtOL I

Women's J
ren's Ray
FromC
It is hereq'
licences have
in excess of tE
for 144 fta f
Canada, no f
granted under W
the Importatol 4
from that sor


Old Post OW
7 St. Vineeft
Port-of- t1
25th At* <

ERGENCY I


In view of the considerable reduction in s0
caused by speeding it is notified for the1
Motor Vehicle' owners and drivers t0it i
exceeding 'the speed limit in any kind efA
will in future result in the cutting w N
of tyres opd tubes and permits for tAW
tyres to the Motor Vehicle in which tINi
committed.


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GROW NO


FOOD


BRITISH RED CROSS SOCIETY







VICTORY


IS ASSURED


AND MIGHT COME SOON BUT THE


NEEDS OF THE RED CROSS NEVER

END AND WILL BE FAR GREATER


AS TIME GOES ON.


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TRINIDAD GUARDIAN, WIMN TDA, AUGUST M, 1SI.


iTroops Believed Ready

ike For Robot Roosts
c'MISUEO FPROM PA4 13


Buzau Taken

jS Sj In Hard Fight
a p lto lft hook T :ft*
au"" Nazis Say
toNi ht. Oom- a _
hteo Is expeCted


H- oppoetion was @a
the bridgeheads A
ct atbed coVumn
S In from =f Ba
column whicI
give milos was do
S a blown bride
resitance.
ovand acat skle
Sito dthe Allied al
atU a day sad nigh
air foroms, Mos
t bombers, .m-
ii at erman coa
fIromn the battle
ie the frontiers of Bel
Gemay&l M aend beyond
amn that the Amenr
and Canadians an
to strike out, possibi
iPatton, to hold th<
4 thes huge pocket whili
to decimate the de
yring bomb sitew.
at S.it.A.Z.F. was o
aoof the American
bridgeheads beloi
S huge resrfoir o
l extending somnit
lag the north bank o
nd already thrusting
l miles to a point justi
Staris-Rouen highway
across the river al
pvaurvry pushed eight
therSeno, while the
tetheir Pont De-
holdings sent ad-
to within 8,000 yard
Sf. Canadians
Be one penned the
below the Seine
conlIvely Into the
deep loops. Though
claimed all lit troops
3 Icdfrom the south
bank, latest SHAX.F.
there was still very
at each loop as the
to press In and clean
Swherelife is asuming
Of normalcy, Fifth
including the Fourth
.2 anntry .and Pecond
oud Division carried
Of Isolated Nazis to
suburbs, cleared
W nd took Le Bourget
severe fighting.
that In Paris
sandt of American
tanks, guns and Jeeps
two hours down the
sees and the Place de
where they were re-
General Charles de
Lieut.-General Omar
SBefore the parade began
'Pmradley, who was ac-
i by Lleut.-OGeneral
the Commander of the
i First Army and OGen-
iMig, place a wreath on
Softhe Unknown Warrior
Sde TrlompheO


OWTACK CONTINXJ-
$k the west nto Brittas
W troops with the aida
t nued their slow pr
a the pudgingly yiel
Ij soi n at Bast. Th
Im of St. Naaire ani
ttM described as close
Snot for the press
69 attack.
' line f Dieppe an
nwsre the Germans mad
Sedlve breakthrough 1
the announcement tia
S-p netted the AUli.
hw American First, thl
Llit and the Briti.
M$ prisoners, of whom
wounded with an &t
Ml NaH dead in the samun
I erman casualty to
t=en France campaign
d to stand well ove
figures till to eom
Maign along the lowe
SWflmet, B.B.O. re-
BIf lm the Britih front
mHgeheeds are well es-
LW thanks to the re-
F'qe of the engineers
Ole Seine. After cross-
ib on one of these
reporter said It was
traffic, tanks and
to deal with mines,
I ,Jeeps and *every
ent used in sr-
E are all streaming
Seine. Nearby an-
was carrying return-
Twenty-four hours
were no bridges
S. The sappers worked
pt the night running
ytoon)s then putting
ie by piece those in-
rf bricated Bailey
fIthe time there was
>Os the river where
L were pushing back
Wer-attack and bring-
In and equipment from
'amy to improve the
the bridgehead men
hour.]


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ICONTINUgO FROM PAQG 1]
k Lhat region. The community
4 listed M towns taken In the aou
SwaO sweep aeros the Dasube t
SComUnstanta. The communIque ali
h spoke of developments on the Polt
P fronts, above and below Warna
I and those on the East pruasia
border, but reported continued ad
Svance northeast and southeast c
r the Volga.
it Grim fighting took place aroun
I. the Vistula River bridgeheads, 13
S mUM southeast of Warsaw. TTh
SRussian off e9nive toward ast Pru
- al. from the Warsaw-Blalysto
, ennan radio described thi
battle southeast of Warsaw as "
Sgreat operational importance." I
0 sald the "Soviet High Comeman
y set its mind on rolling up th
e whole of the Vistula front, achlev
Sing a breakthrough to the north."
- NAZIS FACE DEATH
Shadow of another gruesome
f death trap fell over the German
* defending the Ploesti ollflelds. a
* Russian mountain troops invade
f Hungarian Transylwnia at tw
e places, and Russian tanks won th
Petroleum town of Buxau.
I Columns of Malinovsky's Secon
l Ukrainian Army penetrated Tran
s. ylunmia, west of Targu Ocna, 2
t miles northeast of Bretcu.
S Transocean reported fighting tw
Smiles inside Transylvania.
S The rich Ploesti oil wells wer
Estimated at one time to have fur
nished Germany with one-third o
its natural oil and stretch for almost
60 miles from Sirrla eastward li
the direction of Ramnticul Sara I
In some places the field Is 25 mile
wide.
It is believed that at least on
division of Elite anti-aircraf
troops is in Ploesti district, plu,
forces driven out of Bucharest b3
King Michael's Army.
In admitting the lom of Bu2su
S miles northeast of the Romanlan
capital, the German radio said it
was relinquished only after a har
fight.
Resolute extension of the north-
ern army pincers closing in on thi
Ploesti fields, would serve to cu
off the lF;sls' retreat to the north
forcing the main body of the shat-
tered army south Into Bulgaria, or
west into Yugoslavia, and the arms
of Marshal Tito.
Buzau is important os a market
for petroleum timber and grain. It
is the Junction of railroads from
Ploesti, Ramnacul. Sratan and
Bralla, and consequently of high
tactical value to the Russians, in
need of more lines of communica-
tiun as their advance through Ro-
mania continues.
Von Hammer claimed the Ger-
mans left Buzau in flames. Fight-
ing toward Ploesti and Bucharest
was going on in a glowing summer
heat, with clouds of dust rising
from the hoof& of Cosack horses,
alm treads of Innumemble tanks.
In th* Carpathian Passes the Ger-
mans said the Russian are using
parachute troops.


he
SWater Sought For
at
d Huberts Town
do
in lSeveral applications nave been
& received for the 40 houses recently
ed built at Hubertatown by Planning
Sand Housing Commission, but the
B1 commission does not feel justified
a in renting these houses until an
:. adequate water supply is availbale,
an official of the commission told
Sthe "Trinidad Guardian" yesterday.
) At present, this official revealed,
n efforts are being made to procure
Sweater from the Central Water
" Authority, and Indications are
Sthat this might oona be forth-
tt coming.
Asm soon as water Is installed, he
said, applicants would be selected
Sand Moeiled.
Meanwhile, a poet office has been
erected at Hubertatown and al-
ready Is serving nearby districts.
A medical centre is now being
erected which will also serve the
surrounding districts, he concluded.

Australians Cut
Travel By Rail
CANBERRA, Aug. 29 ICP) The
coal shortage in Australia and New
Zealand Is so great that a further
reduction of civilian railway travel
Is necessary And coal consumption
on all railways is to be cut 10 per
cent.
Since the start of the war traffic
on Australian railways has in-
creased by BO per cent due to theI
tmnsport of troops, munitions,
food and other war goods.
To cope with wartime traffic.!
civilian transport has been already
reduced O50 to s0 per cent.


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Chopin's Hand Burned
In Warw Fighting .
LONDO, Avg. U (Af).-
The Poh force Press bureau
reoarted a a firth bum
Denerl 9owr Wamw.
MM tho the Germans we
*vaeuatin troops, ca2 3nd
taank from Psra t the l eft
tank of t1 Vteula.
t is reported that ar seiM
during a fir l the Holy Crew
Cur, which wbehe aedae
many times -am "urn atail-
0& thUe hand of Ckope wa
buried and lost. 'The peasMat
populsoa ti o Un l tox bthe
Polish chUting =ut w=tt food
and homne-made arms, shell
and hand grnadea.

RomaniansRioi

InTransylvania


CONTINUED FROM PAGE 11
Nazi leader named Frans Salmn,
according to the Tranaosean Ages-
cy. Moscow radio, quoting Swit
despatches to Tas. reported that
many Romanlan workers in Aus-
tria were fleeing the country. The
agency said workra in Vienna,
Linz and Ora& areas who asked
to be sent back to Romania were
brutally treated by the Naals.
Bucharest radio broadcast In-
structions to the civilian popula-
tion. officials and police In rgions
through which Soviet troops were
racing that they must stay put
"because the Soviet forces are com-
ing to our country as friends to
liberate Romania."
Moscow radio said Romanlans in
Transylvania ri'ned aiatn.L the
Hungarians and 600 Romanians
were "massacred by Romnilan
gendarmes."


- Bulgarian Neutrality
a Declaration Refused
S LONDON, Aug. 20 (AP) Mos-
0 cow radio today issued an official
denial to "foreign Press statements"
e that Russia has accepted Bulgaria's
- declaration of neutrality.
)f Moscow called Bulgaria' declara-
't tlon of neutrality "totally insuffl-
Scient" to meet the "situation
S which has arisen," indicating that
SSoflya must do more than that to
e get out of the war. The conclu-
t sion was also drawn from this that
Sthe Russians were notifying the
s Bulgarians they have to comply
With the armistice demands to be
presented by Britain and America
n with whom Bulgaria was at war,
t
d Slovakia Urged
1o Obey Germans
NEW YORK, Aug. 29 tAP) -
General Ferdinand CatIoe, Corn-
mander-ln-Chief of Slovakia's
armed forces, announced In a
broadcast over the Bratislava radio
that German troops were carrying
out full scale occupation of the
SNazi established puppet state,
Against continuing, guerrilla activity.
S Catlos urged the people to receive
I the Germans as allies, obey "only
Government orders," not to be
misled by the guenrlllas.
The puppet Slovat authorities
declared martial law on August 12,
because of the "general war situa-
tion," and because they said,
"groups of parachutists" had been
dropped in several mountain re-
glins In eastern and northeastern
Slovakia.


Allies Get Toulon
AndMarseilleReady
ICONTINUEDO FROM PA 1 11
French troops wnich fanned
across the lower Rhone Delta
passed through Nimes and headed
southwest.
Meanwhile, enthusiastic civilian
volunteers joined American and
French engineers in the big Job of
getting the ports of MarseiWe and
Toulon Into quick operation. The
ports are badly needed, because un-
til they are In working order, the
bulk of necesary materials must
still be unloaded and manhandled
on the beaches.
The Allied Command announced
that American forces, which were
earlier reported to have reached
the Var River at points occupied
the Riviera towns of Vence and
Cagnes, but the situation farther
north along the French-Italian
frontier in the Alps 'remained eb-
scure.
IThousands of Germans have
fallen Into Allied hands with the
final collapse of the garrisons of
Marseille and Toulon which sur-
rendered after a great naval
bombardment on Sunday, reports
Router. British and French battle-
ships and cruisers poured many
of their heaviest shells on to the
German fortifications leaving
them battered and smoking I


Auction


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DAIRY


DAIRY


CATTLE
at
Petit Valley, Diego
Marti
Friday Jlt Sept9 '44
1.30 p.m.

Instructed br C City
Dteoient 0 o.Ld. (?rmemr IL
J0 Head Grade Holstein
Cows (3) Calves '(2) lulls
(3) and Heifers (2) from 1
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splendid condition.
A real good opvortunlty to s-
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Se us for ful ParteumN o
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Ken GaitNets Thrice As Apex

Beat Soldiers 5-3 In Cup Match


TrAlad GUmalm Cnespmdeat.
PYZABAD, Aug. -- Determined to turn the tables on Ape F.C,
who had giv them 203 lacI ng at Mahaica on the previous Satur-
day, 3rd Battalion took the Od at Apex on Saturday last with a
colourful line up, Including such Stalwarts aas Gerry Gomes and ionel
Lynch of Intercolonial fame, also star B G. player "Golden Boy"
Rodrigues. but were beaten 5-3 In a SA.F.L. Oilwell supply Cup
thriller.
Down 3-0 at half-time. the Apex- .....-..... -. -.
tes. bly led by the veteran Ken control of the me; Sely convert.
Oalt upsetal t heir calculations ed another oat p aw.dt G maah
with a brilliant rally. home the equalizer In the 44th man.
From the kick-off the soldiers ute of play, then racing throne
got on the war path, regitoring withaios effort completely beal
their first goal wl thin 10 minutes Clarke* with a crashing drive.
when Morrins miskicked giving Rod- Galt made it three in a row with
rigues the opportunltunty to beat another beauty.
Blake with a tame shot. Mr. J. A. R. Daniel referesda,
ome, Rodrigues and Thomas and the following were the teams:
w* outstanding, and 10 minutes APBEX: Blake; Durity, Agarat;
later right.wlnger Waterman passed Morrtis, Scott, Morseno; Haris,
beautifully to Thomas who stored Heath, Gait. Sealy, Noble
with a powerful shot. 3RD BATAUION: Clark; Ed-
Apex defence rose to the oca- mund,.Reid: Ryan MitcheUil, Roe.
Ion after this, Blake. Durity and tant: Waterman. 6omea, Thomeas,
Agarrat excelling, and UMe core Rodrigues, Lynch,
was 2-0 tUUll hal-time.


S The second season opened up at -- =
a very hot pace with Apex on the r 1 >
offensive. Galt, dribbling straight I O day' S Garet s
through from the kick-otn, Rve o .a G am...
Sealy a sitter and the lelt-footer Shamrock battling for a place In
s cored with a hard grounder. the T.A.F.A.'s "first five" will come
But Agarrat then mtskicked In up against the league-leading Sport-
front an open goal, and Thomas ing Club this afternoon on the As-
running up put his team further soclatlion ground.
SIn the van by singingg in the Shamrock have scored six points
Sphere. Score: 3rd Battalion 3. In six rr-itches.
Apex I. Mr. Eric Almandos will referee
S Apex, from then took complete the match, while Mr. H. R. Murray
{ and Mr. J. Yates will be lUnesamen.
I- Following will represent Sporting
Club:-N. Kilgour; R. Tench, S.
Benbow vs. Combined op M; R. Blackan, Day. .
Dore: J. Bert, R. Seon. J.Aig~ns,
Team At Rugby !oday B^rtR. n, J..ncl,
TTA. Rodrigues, A. Alkins.
Melbourne will make their debut
HUB. Benbow will oppose a in S.A.F.A. soccer when they op-
combined side In .# Rugby match pose Coast Battery in an interme.
this afternoon on the Queen's Park medSitt fixture at Skinner Park
Savannah. this afternoon.
The following will represent the
combined side:- Lanes will oppose C Y 0. In a
_Pull-back-Boon; Three-quarters friendly game of football at St.
--Bowen, Lugdale, Wakefield. Bow- Benedict's College grounds this
ring; Half-backs--olaisher (capt.) afternoon. The match starts at
W.rdropper; Forwards-Montgom 4.45 o'clock and players are re-
ery,. Milne, Wilson, Hunter-Smith quested to be on time.
Hamel-Smith, McKenzie, Kirby- A foottvtll match between the
Turns', Sellers. Red House Department team and
Kick-off at 5 o'clock. the Postal Department will be
Referee: Mr. Phil Walcott. played this afternoon on QO.C.
.... grounds. Play starts at 5 o'clock
B.O. SnOW TON IGHT and members of the staff are in-
B.O.B. Club will sttge their show vited to Attend
of shows tonight at the Prinoes Following wIl represent Poest
Building. Office:--J. Sampson; H. Rild. 0.
There will be weightlifting. box- Ligoure; J. Oouvia, K. Ouppy, L.
ing, acrobatics, body beautiful con- Brown: C Perkins, P. Carrt .
test, muscle control display and a Cherrie, L. Jardine, B, Clarke
glass-balancing display by Chisel' (capt) Reserves H Joseph, J.
Headley. Blackman. C. Ayen, 0. Patrick.


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Under the Distinguished Patronage of His PEcellencv these ,mIafrequm P.0 .
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In Aid of St. Joseph's Conven7 t wuilda ing_
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Bar, Buffet and Usual Attractions.

Chairman -- Mr. Joe Seheult
Organiser Mrs. Claire Scott
Buffet Mrs, U. Pollonaist
Ice Creams Mrs. Robert Seller
Bar Mr. Cabral
Hoopla Miss Iris Gonsalee
COMM1TTEW-Mr. Eric (Irell. Mr. H. A. Hamel-Smith.
GO35'TK.N-Mr. Spencer Clark, Mr. George de Verteuil.
Mr. Stephen Scott.
LADIES Mrs. P. Huglins. Mrs Joe Seheult. Mia (.
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InSOX NOTES


Talk Of- Trinidad
~~~i c, .- .- Min vtE i mmu E-mU-- *
IM E LNCY the Acting Governo and Mrs. Wright enter-
Sta# Or Alexander Run",l W. and Mr. Gerald Wight. Mrs.
Chnqoap W. Milne, On to ld tand Colonel Wenger to
Gt Government Houws os Monday eoeting.
v iad MRS. CHARLZESVWNCMT pe a dei.ti.ul party on
i 8sturday evening for the birthday of their elder, daughter, '
SVincent. nIt took placid at Mr. and Mis,Alfred MeDObr nme
S a three-plece orchestra was enged for the gvosing.,
A buffet-sWepr was served and the guests had a thoroughly
time until 230 "i.
Among those invited were Mr. and Mrs. Don Clark, M
* M.AMendes, MWn Joan Huggins. Mrs Norah and WMI MereMd
7pmuy, Miss Graclela O tsM.Miss Jean Peake Mr. Herold Thave-
e rHarold Cole,MIV. Peter Rochford, Mise Mtinica Co1nMet,
S A Power. Mr. Jakie de Lima, ML% Joan and Mi Mar-
le'-M i a';1 Mr. Hugh and Mr. RoY 04lt. Dr. Ivan Senior, Miss
hgiste Normian. iss Tereslta and Mits Ross Orsint; Mr. Keith
' I ',Mr. Jeff Isuhlin. Mr, Hugh GranaUfl., Mis a Elaine Gomnes.
mrm I, .... .^^ S D'" ck
STerrece Miss Paty and Mr. Conrad OBen:Mr. Dick
U.Arthur Trestrail. Mr. A. Mencles. Jnr.; Mr. Bean Hasnel-Smith.
Mr. Muvrice Quesnel, Miss Vyvian Gomem. Miss race Vinceent, Mr.
Pigk D'Abadie. Mr. George Bntvell. Mr. Pierre de Verteunl.MIs
Siwe Farah. N IUN 1oSheppard, Miss Daphne Filzwlliam, and Mr.
tWdoVieir *
Tjl1Td CH SINEO 8TVE8Ns. the yhmeri t daughter of Mr.
dWe.M W.1 W Stevm, celebrated her 2nd birthday on Sat-
iy andher paren s ave a party at their home to which about a
children were invited.
4 petty cake wIh two candles was cut by the ttlt hostess and
li' odd.' oe klddles had their fun in the afternoon, and later Uh
p nauts were Invited for drinks.
Among the youngsters were Ro.mary Stevens, Edway Schuller,
Agm and Bill Reid, Simon and Joanne Leotaud, Babe Deane, umle
and Joanne Leach, an Patrician Pummer. and the grown-upsI n-
ilded Mrs. and Mrs. Maurice Thomas. Mr ar.d Mrs. Eric P'ernside.
CWpt. and Mrs. Reid. Mr. and Mrs. Knox-Wight, Jnr., and Mr. and
MA Monty Plummer.
A OAARDEN FIESTA Is belng organlsed In aid of the Y.WCA.
Building Fund and will take place at No. 7, Sweet Briar Road,
MUtardav., September 2.
Thfunotlonf will he opened at 231 pm, and there will be a
valrety of stalls for children as well a the older people.
Chief among ihe attractions will be a cinema show in ,echn|-
eelour by Lieut.-Commander Cl-arles Hayward. No charge will be
made for reetng the film.
At 9 p.m. supper will he served, during which there will be a
fsoor show. Those Intending to dine are asked to book their tables
Ii advance by calling 6102.
A NEW dramatic section of Polnt#-a-Pirre Club has recently
Been formed, comprising a number of "een amateur actors and
inlluding the original dramatic group which was responsible for
9e production of "Arsnic and Old Lace." "Dlitinguished OGthwr-
tg,* "Pumed Oak," "A Night in Soho" and other playS.
Members of the new group-'The polnte-a-Pierre Players"-
have decided to preseMnt the drama "Rebecca," by Daphne du
MU rter, at Point4-a-Plerra Club on Fridav, September 22, Saturday,
Sptember 23, and Saturday, September 23.
It will be produced by Dr. A. R, Richardsi. the cast hav been
oban and rehearsals are proeeedini.
Everyone who remembers previous prodlirtlons at PoInte-a-Plerre
Cfub. particularly "Arsenic and Old Lace" which was also produced by
Dr. Richards, will be anxious to see this new production.
*
rA PARTY of 34 yoing men drnwu'nll from two Ohbserver courses at
Present undergoing training at thlio r N A R Pirrcn were the
gests of Trinidad Leaseholdris lIdl at, Polnte-n-Pilcrre on Wednesday
t. Ther were accompanied bv Liit chasw Friendi anrl Lieut.
Ptank Norman, and were tiken n a comprehensive tour of the Re-
ftnery and afterwitds to the haohl.i jfittv where mns' of them en-
joyed a good swim
Tea at Potnte-a.Pierre Club followed, after which the T.LL.
band furnished musir fir d'nrtni.c Quite a number of yoting Pointe-
&-Pierre ladles went to he 1riub inn hclp to entertain the vLxsitors, who
were consequently well supplied with darning partfiers.
Paul Jonr ieenmed to be particularly popular nnd everyone wa.
sorry when it was time for th r visitors tn Itave which they did about
tn-thlrty,
U 0
MRS. .JACK BRIFR.LEY 'forrimerly ML.A Jeaine Cornilliac', who
was in Canada fnr aboiit six s'ear ;la recrnllv returned
to Trinidad, *aeompanlitd by her two small snon. IDavid and Des-
blond, for an Indefinite Mtay. Her huiband Ls at present serving
with the Canadian Navy.
jXW tof their safe arrival In New Y.)i-k has been received from
Mo Grs. 0. Wetwood and Miss Kathleez Westwood, of Uilna
, U a4elelne, %to t Trinidad rec-ently to go ti Canada, via New
This I their first visit in New York. which Impremsed tem no
mUch on arrival that they decided ton make a stay there before oo-
Ing on to Toronto. They are now dolng a round of sglht-,sewing and
are veTr thrilled with evervthlng o far

E"' WHAT 70 YOU jIiLf'?
WANTrONe
BkL ~ 4 I f~j TO THEM, HOW DO
-fYOU POP? s WANT


____ DAILY MAGAZINE
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I I


-"0 Contract bridge, US.O., 7.30 pm.
Beach Coat From Towels iTmor
There may be some people w:io 'TOmOrrOw
have a couple of those giant size American Servicemen's Forum,
beach towels In coloured stripes, UO., 7 p.m
and who think they would be more .
useful if made up into something Forthcoming Events
they could wear.
Yu could make a very attractive Opening of the Caribbean Medi.
beach coat out of those towels, cal Training School, Friday, Sep-
Make a short double-breasted type, tember 1.
like an officer's coat, a short swag- U.S.O. dance, 8 p.m., Friday, Sep-
ger coat, or a long talored type, ac- tember 1.
cording nto your material and your H.M. the King's CaUll to Prayer,
preferences. Sunday, September 3.
Radio Programmes
B-C U .A., WVDI
05 ft Anrin(,nirr,ta Nep' GI-. Newa
12 Dencr Mlitic R mt{,,Tno'r 5f,'., Viilts 1 M siel
411 M rth & Madnels Kay Kyer
1 S'.rIieht? .
6.01 BBC Smihony N-in Miic l Am. Loves Best
:l0 M cor Beos Rvay Wott
6 1. N News
fl ,igh' M;'!.r ., v Frontline Theatre
.30 (*rcrnanri rdi rfrrrn;,n ,e C-irlhhean Cabaret
4.5, I tt*r fr,,m L,' nio
8 MI,,l N.e Fred Itoeb
i oik, li ht Randl
8 :: o;n mBelr' X.ir C(' t Musil aa
:*4.') potllliht .. ..
9~" :110 N e a l Nft.~nfi.rttr ter a *""!"**'4
15 New, at Home Meft the ,l oy
:30 Record Tiune Caps Datiy Dance Tml
__._ 45 War llPiO"
1 0 70 News Meodti'.4 Nvw Night Owl Wf *
t 1$ BBC Thatre .... ..
;0 ... Col. Iof M'Ai. 1K'lfd
__ :& .. .. ____ __ Nocturne
NOTr The W.1 tiatlo N-s,"miiNr % II be hrtart thit evening fromn I3 II t 6.4
n% r WRIIT, feairinii ,l ftnmp libh, an Agri,''i'ur chat and Poets' Corner.


iii TELLTh~ MAN ii
WANT MYSHOES 1
SCRAMBLED, I
A .ON TOAST I


IF


F~l1Al


I U Mi~ill


T"DAY ONLY
4.45 & &.45 o'clock


Give Yorsielf XA Beauty

Treatment While Tanning'
an u hts well e the you bathe to gI
000, aitoabeuytreatment. It isa beas triek to ongavel"=os
9w ai In you ch beg so when oipcrtamnl* t u rsagrest the
sun yoU willhave theni at hand.
41aturaly you want to tan even- -
ly. TaMke the utmn gradually a few u
moment each day and a iv ou H ld
ln oi evenly. Too much oeiwil fry i..ee. ng. .H.eld
the in, so applications should not
be o tAtck
/ te you stretch out In the mmsun A t Library
he" VuOW hair and eyes protected Trhose po.w." a.. .
-a s6rt for your head-witch ,W-W-. pre at h .vey se-
baul pads for your eyes. hlelda lst_ e .-is
Then annoint your hands with a fteoofreprlpse .. -
cream or oil-give ycur nail cuitcle ui r0 'he Apsaefaip_ wmre a-
a Little psh with an orange stick fa Cro -section of the ere
tipped in cotton soaked in oil. .. .
Leae oi on while you relax a few t rn e D. '. P. Ach.g,
minute. kdssybilAtteck. Rev. Ga Bartho-
Once your watch tells you time lomew.M J et r.
is up. get out of the sun and creep i MrissJ.la t, br.l, Ar.Uo
Into a shady rpot. There, as you orste alrl,M the Rev. .W Castr
cool off, you can trim your eye- eS abr te et v.-Ca ton.. ar8.
brows, change your nail polish, pe- juhar Miss Julia FPr .Lanp. M .
dicure your toe nails. Naturally I .r .Gons.lve,. nmMr. Al-b _
assume you are at home and not rChairman 'the tr. n GOW Publc
on a public beach. Grooming in gbna. Mor rtleI eMubi
public is taboo, you know. Eri G.rei Mr. R-e-t lMr.
You can sit in the sun again for Nr..se E miel J, M y" om .n o
five minutes and brush ycur hair NursEnmuy, eM rs.A M -n Mr.in.ey
-u and awa- from the scalp at Mr 0. C. Matburi. the. .
siuerent partings. This lets the Meean Mr. elre d M
un et tothe scalp and prevents MOS m- Mi tcrell;Mi ifAg -
drying and bleaching the hair. E naMdRce Montell, #Ms CysrlSMe
Then to your shower-a good nadir e M unra, yPs.a tkr Mr.
brush scrubbing of the skin and Sato,'drQ,. .Mrra Pjota,..-&
a brisk after-bath slapping h keeson, Mrs. Go..M.
chilled witch hazel which soften Ivan a Gr'ar- gM'r raS. '
the skin and soothes any part that Ivran S u nr,,. r.., "Ts-
is tl.' slightest bit burned. son Mr. .arles Vincen.t, Mi".
IMPROVISE THIS WAY Olive Walke, Mrs. Al-Talang Wang,
Dry-skinned girls can use a rich Mr. Charles Ward, and Mr. Carton
cream on theft skin while baskin Comma, secretary and librarian,
in the sun Instead of a sun cil. Anl who outlined the alma and objects
If your lashes are brittle and do of such an association.
nct grow well annoint them with a
bit of odourless castor oil. The sun -
will do the rest. Toai Diary
If you have the time to put a soft- I
ending pack cn your hair, or oil it y
well to correct dryness, you can ait Midweek danca at Trinidad
In the aun f.'r 20 minutes at least Country Club.
before you shampoo under, the Midweek dance at Perseverance
shower.. Cub.h


MONARCH
TONIGHT 8.M ONLY-
POWERFUL DOUBLE: -
Ed. G. Robinson, Mulete Dietrieh
Gee. Raft in:-
MANPOWER &
George Brent, Brend Marshall in
BOUTIW OF SUEZ
TonmMw-4* p.m. Only:-
Prof. WU-LI-WONG Bringing Ye
The Plwer of The Far East


POINT FORTIN
TONIGHT at 8.t--
Metro Ooldwyn Mayer Proudly
Presents:-
WtUiam Pw L Body Laarr In:-
CROSSRIOADS
with B a Rathbone and
Cbe*o Troer
Tmmwrro: DR. GILESPII'S PEW
ASSISTANT & APACH TRAIL

SHIPPING
BABmB= L=
da "sa a Sass "owasfl ad"s
owne" m ma-
o IM IU lm. m l
WON mom so*u"-kA" fts s

u-s *"&. 30, P. Uinus at s ". L "e


THE BRITISH
ALLIED MERCH
NAVY CLUB
FOR MNCUANT SUM3
OF ALL T"E vNnm
NATIONS
ST. ANN'S BROAD


Wednesday, August 30th

Grand Soking

CAt eert
at the CLUB HOW1


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"THE


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LOOK


DOWN"

Margarel LOCKWOOD
Michael REDOBJAVE
Pram thoe Novel b
A. J. CRONIN



Watch Out For
BROADWAY
RHYTHM"


Storilng
TOMORROW
Balder than Jess James


Serealde


PALACE-San FernuandoI
MODAY at A 3.8 p.m-
R.K.O. DOIUBI :-
HUNCHBACK OF NOTBE DAME
(Chiaree LAUGHTON) A
NURBSE DITH CAVELL


This is
who can
Help U
Housing


the Man
definitely
solve youi
Problems.


Simply
A PLEASURE
To Serve You.


'"o."n --" -. - -0..
'O1= GILMAN TOMASB
re FrirMd eod mudsemam"
OMe and Showmoom-
U CharM4etto :i TtL. M-
Over 30 ropertIes Por ale
eduuipS a1m over TRINIDAD -
TOBAGO BANBADO8 -
M010S-4AflPAXK.
*
NB.-He a ooen to undertake
te saoe yer w"prty aio.
Me **to N esMaiem -
MOn~iir.Mwbotmm.


TODAY 44A


DAYS


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CHIUSTMA8 HOLIDAY
Extra-Sweet Swim
iBrtsh News
ll UUNiJIIflHIItlIIHHIUUIlt

,ROYAL

TODAY. 4.& A 8.M
(1) RETURN OF
FRANK JAMES

'(2) ORCHESTRA
WIVES
Pricm: 24. 48, 72., 1.M


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BALL 0'
FIGHTOINd
Tonmrrw-
CONSTANT.
miluninumimmanum
ttiiiiimiiutl~imiMuilU/inm


OPENING TOMORROW-
The Strangest Story Ever
Told In
THE BRIDGE OF SAN i
LUIS REY
ROXY 'S
TODAY. 4.45 A* 45-
The Entire SeriaIl
CAPTAIN MIDNIGHT I
,Tz t1 i
TONIGHT. 8.30- 1 w i
Magnificent Dope FIR^CI
and 00 kluW06
Girls From Avenue A owwwoi
GAIETY jwS1
TODAY, I and 8.31 p.m. o111t
lit Part of Republic's New lt Pi*
Serial & A,.W'f


Desert Agent
and
Melody and Moonli
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SRIALTO
TODAY .4, S.3 p.m..--


OLiT
OWAY 4.4t


mnd Bette DAVIS, Herbert
MARSI3ALL and
"The Letter" We

PRINCESS LO0
ARIMA TODAY 4.64I
rODAY 4.1, M p.m.- L
FINAL PART SERIAL:--


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NEW Sani FetU
TODAY AT 4." &8.3-
THREE HEARTS FOR 4
(ANN SOTHEBN)
HUMAN COMEDY (Mickey



EMPIRE-SanF
TODAY, LAST SHOWING AT I A 8&0 p.*w e
WARNM M .30DLY PWa
The Advrs*we OfM
(PWIrle NUCH,


I'LL HAVE MY
EGGS HALF-
SOLED, WiTH
PURBEf?q
HEELS


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TMNIDAD GUARDIAN. WMINB=DAY, AUGM93 1i4f


..1SALE OF




04oPERTIE


FOR


SARS OF RATE


CHARGESARS





ant to Section 11 of the R
Recovery Ordinance, Chal
NOTICE is hereby given I
4 by virtue of a Warrant of .
'the hand of the Mayor of the Port
, City Council, dated 10th Aug
the premises hereunder will be sol<
JC AUCTION before the doors of
N HALL, between the hours o:
o'clock p.m. on Friday, the 8th
j, 1944 save and except those of
Iemises in respect whereof there sl
Sto the Port-of-Spain City Cou
stuch sale, the sums due and paya
H with the Statutory Increase th
Sthe proportionate cost of pu

e Rment.


6OM3T STREET
L LA
H&URIE
. ...... 1943
lse Rate 193
L. JAIES
........ 1943
I BASSO
Sewerage 1942
1 SAMPSON
lewerae 1942

MAWR LANE
RUDOLFO
"0 ...... 1943

M-T LANE
L MONI-
MET
ate ...... 1943

tiDJA STREET
iWNW
.RA
Ste...... 1943

Wr STREET
Rra HARZ-
D
&te ...... 1942
ite ...... 1943
B(T IFILL "IX"
It* ...... 1942
IOte ...... 1943

I ...... 1042
ito ...... 1943
Ite ...... 1942


0*LJNK STREET
|U( iYNON
ate ...... 1943
IMM STREET
M X BANFIELD
........1943
| GOES
Rate ...... 1943
SMCCARTHY
....... 1943
NE
.... 1943


STREET
CORDON A.
J Cee Rate 1942
Ces .... 1943
t MODEST
es .... 1941
1. ?NORVILLE
te...... 1943
N
...... 1942
.......1941

.......1942
....... 1943
*MlREECE
to...... 1940
......1941

U .......1943
EIPMN CROOKS
;ONE ......1A41
S1.......142
ffid-Z ...... 1943
........1941
m to.*::*1942
ff"USuTINE LANE


Rate.


1941
1942
1N3
*&Al


-o .... 1941
R* 1941
250t 1942
Rate 1943
AKMMON
A 1941






S...... 1M2
kee. 1942



ARA U

G3 BARIM

B :a::.
t.1M1
DRI


T


36.00
25.20
10.00
1.00
.50


Bel. Imp. Rate .. 1942
Water Rate ...... 142
BAPTISTE LANE
1 MARY PAUL
House Rate ...... 1943
New Services .... 1940
I CONSTANCE PHILLIPS8
House Rate ...... 1943
12b LOUIS BAPTISTE
House Rate ...... 1943
BARTON LANZ
13 ENID DIAZ "EX"
House Rate ...... 1943


17.00 BASILON STREET
1 ANN FREDERICK
House Rate ...... 1941
House Rate ...... 192
House Rate ...... 191
E.DR. imp. Rate 1342
9.60 Water Rate ...... 1941
S Water Rate ...... 1942
7 LETICIA LASTIQUE
House Rate ...... 1942
House Rate ...... 194
W & R Water .. 1941
W & R Water .. 143
54.00 11 C. M. LASTIQUE
House Rate ...... 142
House Rate ...... 194
13a C. M. LASTIQUE
House Rate ...... 142
House Rate ...... 194
lI3b C. M. LASTIQUE
14.46 House Rate ...... 1942
17.00 House Rate ...... 1941
19 C. M. LASTIQUE
20.40 House Rate ...... 1o40
24.00 House Rate ...... 1941
12.00 House Rate ...... 1%342
House Rate ...... 1949
11.56 New Services .... 19351
13.60 26b ERIC CHARLES
6.80 House Rate ...... I9
House Rate ...... 1940
House Rate ...... 1941
House Rate ...... 1942
House Rate ...... 1901
E.D.R. Imp. Rate 1938
2.40 E.D.R. Imp. Rate 1939
E.D.R. Imp. Rate 1940
E.D.R. Imp. Rate 1941
E.D.R. Imp. Rate 1542
0. Water Rate ...... 193
20 40 Water Rate ...... 1940
Water Rate ...... 1941
Water Rate ...... 1942
36.00 W & R Water .. 1941

1.10 40 THERESA M. AMAD
.. House Rate ......1941
42 ONELIA DUPONT
House Rate ...... 1941
21.60


BATH STREET
6a BENJAMIN GIBSON
House Rate ...... 1940
House Rate ...... 1941
House Rate ...... 142
House Rate ...... 1943
Water Rate ...... 193
Water Rate ...... 1940
Water Rate ...... 1941
Water Rate ...... 1942
7 M. B. SMART
House Rate ...... 194
BEDFORD LANE
13 SAMUEL JONES
Bel. Imp. Rate .. 1942
Water Rate ...... 1942
BELGRADE STREET
15 JUMAN URBAN
House Rate ...... 143
51 WILLIAM PREVOST
House Rate ...... IM9
New Services .... 1940


2 FANNIE ASSAM
House Rate ......13
House Rate ......1
House. Rate ......140
House Rate ......191
Hcuse Rate...... 112
House Rate ......194
E.D.R. Imp. Rate 193
E.D.R. Imp. Rate 1I
E.D.R, Imp. Rate 130
ED.R. Imp. Rate 1941
E.D.R. Imp. Rate 1942
Water Rate ....1. IM
Water Rate ...... 1i
Water Rate .... 136
Water Rate ..... 1341
Water Rate ..... 13M
24 1ETHL SEALS
House Rate ...... 194
21 CHRISTIANA
SAMUEL
House Rate ...... 141
House Rate ...... 134
Hose Rate ...... 3M
48 D. & .&* R. MaIRE
& V. LEWI
House Rate ...... 14
Water Rate ...... 142


BELIE Au ROAD
I17 CHAR, MUNOAL

6.A' = CEULA jUiOME
B RouM Rate ....1. 41M
"IS JOSPH 8AVART
OUm sRate ...... M
6.12 U JOHN OAV
t.3 HOWM Rate ...... -


4.80
2.40
2.40
4.80
4.80
7.82
7.82
7.82
9.20
IS.32
15.32
1920
9.60
9.60


3.18
9.18
10.80
.54

8.44
5.44
16.40
32
32
11.05
11.05
13.00
2.60
2.60


NMONC~T C3OU14ABMM
41 ANDRIA L
MOLUENHIK
Water Rate ...... .1942 16.81
4%M IDA C. OEOPPROY
P13& on2e
S ow Rate ...... 1
IN BENJAMIN MARX-
WOOi)
Cl-anftu C ft 1041 #50
1Mb LUBWORTH D.
PUNCH
S W. & I. Water 13 1.12
15" 0305E R. MC'.
CLEAN
SMous A Rate.. 1343 1an

;S * g^ S lwMJ
is 3 am. &uSrnw u <
d u mate .....1343 14.40

mouse Rate ...... 1943 181
22fa MATILDA DR
PREITAS
Roue Rate ...... 11943 7.
2n DOROTHY J.
NAoNOO
Roue Rate ...... 13943 36.00
U WILNELMINA
ates NURSE13
Rouse Rate ...... 143 2.00
pter 104 OSWALD I. ASSINO
thatt x& OR
"t House Rate ...... 1942 9.80
ale House Rate (Prop) 1942 8.16
Sale Hous Rate ...... 1943 30.00
. Bel. Imp. Rate 1942 54
t-of-v Water Rate ...... 1942 13S.00
ust, LESSON STREET
d by 2 JOHN NUNES
the House iate ...... 1940 12 92
Sthe H ous Rate ......1 411 2.92
SHoue Rate ...... 1942 12.92
L 2 House Rate ...... 1943 15.20
eDA- 5 .R. Imp. Rate 1939 .76
Sep- X.D.R. Imp. Rate 1940 .76
the E.D.R.Imp. Rate 1941 .76*
the E.D.R. Imp. Rate 1942 .76
hall Water Rate ...... 1940 6.84
;hal Water Rate ...... 1941 7.60
nc1 Water Rate ...... 1942 7.60
nci, 1i AMY RICHARDS
able House Rate ...... 1943 20.80
ere- BLACETT LANE
I | WILLIAM PROVOST
Dblic House Rate ...... 1942 578
SHouse Rate ...... 1943 6.80
S Be! Imp. Rate 1942 .34
- Water Rate ...... 1942 1.36
1. BOISSIEKE LANK
2 HENRY PLOW-
DEN
House Rate ...... 1940 1020
House Rate ...... 1941 12.24
28A30 House Rate ...... 1942 12.24
8.09 House Rate ...... 1943 14.40
B'I. Imp. Rate 1940 .60
3.0 Bel. Imp. Rate 1941 .72
Bel. Imp. Rate 1942 .72
4.60 Water Rate ...... 1940 5 40
6.6 Water Rate ...... 1941 720
Water Rate ...... 1942 7.20
New Services .... 1936 18.40
26 HENRY PLO0W-
24.00 DEN
Housa Rate ...... 1940 10.20
House Rate ...... 1941 12.24
House Rate ...... 1942 12.24
14.4 House Rate ...... 1943 14.40
14'45 Bel. Imp. Rate 1940 .60
14.45 Bel. Imp. Rate 1941 .72
17.00 Bel. Imp. Rate 1942 .72
.b Water Rate ...... 1:40 5.40
3.40 Water Rate ...... 1941 720
1.40 Water Rate ...... 1942 7.20
11.22 BONAPARTE LANE
114 12 JULIA JOSEPH
.14 House Rate ...... 1943 12.40
BRORDE STEET
9.13
10 1 3a ALBERT J. B.
PANCHE 1
9.1 1 Rae Rate ...... 194. 16.80
o10.e0 BRATHWAITE STRIEE1
$18 23b WILHKLMINA
9.16 NURSE
House Rate ...... 1943 11.00
20.46 3 -MARY oCHRISTIE
20.40 House Rate .... 1943 4.80
20.40 14 H. W. DRATHWAITE
24.00 Houe Rate ...... 1943 13.20
15.0 CADIZ ROAD
12.24 32 ANN M. BELAMT Y1
12324 House Rate ...... 19043 19.40
1.02 2 w. A. CHARLES
1.02 House Rate ...... 1943 18.00
1.20 37 H. 0. PERREIRA
1.44 House Rate ...... 1943 14.40
.72 Prop. House Rate 1942 1.02 l
.72 Prop. Water Rate 1942 4.20
.06 2S OLIVE T. EVANS
.06 House Rate ...... 1943 12.00
6.48 28a NATHALIEL J. PILE
6.48 Houe Rate ...... 1943 3.60
.60
.60 CALVARY HILL
1.06 1 MABEL AUSTIN
House Rate ...... 1943 9.0011
a EDWARD MARTINEAU
10.20 House Rate ...... 1942 14 62
House Rate ...... 1943 17.20
4.80 Water Rate ...... 1942 3.44
CARR LANK
I AUGUSTA FORD
5.10 Ceaspits ........ 1940 1.50 12
5.10 House Rate ...... 1942 5.95
5.10 House Rate ...... 1943 7.001
6.00
2.70 CARR STREET
'.o I. T aDNA & ARCHI-
*a BALD HINDS
.00 Rouse Rate ...... 1943 11.80
11 E S DWARD JOHNSON 12
2.9g[ WHOUe Rate ...... 1942 2023
HOUse Rate D. .1943 23.90
Bel. Imp. Rate 1941 13
B1l. Imp. Rate 1942 1.19
.73 Water Rate ...... 1941 810
1.92 Water Rate ..... 1942 11.90 14
4 EILEEN MIAUD DUN 14
I el. Imp. Rate .. 1942 .90
HILDA BLACK J4
L4.46 HOUs Rate 1..... 4 08
House Rate ..... 1943 4.80
.0 Water Rate ..... 1942 2.40
13M CAZABON LANE
196 M. HU 'OIN8
51.3 House Rat, .. 1943 20.0
2.04 water Rate .. 1942 10.30
2.04
2.04 11 MATILDA MARCELL& 1
2.04 HOUse Rate .......41 3.16 "
2.40 ROUse Rate ...1942 3.16
.73 HOUse Rate ...1943 3.60
.13 Bel. Imp. Rate ..1941 .48
.12 Bel. Imp. Rate ..1942 .48
.12 Water Rate ..... 1941 1.92
.12 Water Rate ..... 1942 1.92
.60 CHARLOTTE STREET


.0i 130 AUGUSTA LWIS
S Metered luppUl 1942 127.38 14'
A Metead Supple
I to ....... 30/61943 UM
"-s How Rate ..... 14 37.00
' S ewMae Rate .. 1942 34.80
IV JUAN A. A"TONI
5.10 RHONM Rate ..... 194 .80
'10 47 ROSS S. TARDIEU
1.'1 W. & R. Water .. 1942 .62
1.00 MARGAIRET BURNS
W.&R. Iera i41 A(
itoo n J. N. Do""I8
8.00 HouM Rate ..... 1143 19.20I
I.OT 151
73 PFLIC ORIEMrM
HOUM Rate ..... 143 5460
16/ X) JO K LS CKARBONNN
It" eWOs Rate ..... IM J.0
.3A 1N TRIMNAD OOOWfAT, ITr
9 iANJaK LTD.
0 Dr ".gs.. 1342 2360
N _m aftM ..... me Mao


CINETT3 AlIEN
la L. NURSE
.ADR. Imp. Rate 1941
E.D.R. Imp. Rate 194 4
Water Rate 14.... 1 4
Water Rate ..... IN2 4.
EDWIN A. NICHO) SON
House Rate ... 1943 5.

CIPRIANI BOULEVARD
47 LILIAN ARNOLD
House Rate .....1. 1 '51.
CLEAVER LAVI
1 AUGUSTA COX
House Rate ..... 1940 11.I
House Rate ..... 1941 11.
House Rate ,,. 194 11.
House Rate ..... 194 12.:
E.D.R. Imp. Rate 1933 1.,
E.D.R. Imp. Rat" 1939 .
E.D.R. I p. Rate 1940 .1
E.D.R. Imp Rate 1941 .(
E.D.R. Imp. Rate 1942 .t
Water Rate ..... 1938 2.1
Water Rate ..... 1939 I1
Water Rate ..... 1940 1.1
Water Rate ..... 1941 2.
Water Rat. ..... 1942 3.1
3 LETITIA PETERS
House Rate ..... 1940 40
House Rate .... 1941 4.0
House Rate ..... 1942 4.0
House Rate ..... 1943 4.8
E.D.R. Imp. R., e 1I,9 .2
ED.R. Imp. Rate 1940 .2
FD.R. Imp. Rate 1941 .2
E.D.R. Imp. Rate 1942 .3

CLIFTON HILL
4 A. L ROBERTS
House Rate ..... 1942 20.23
House Rate ..... 1943 23.8
Watrr Rate .... 1942 1i.9
E.D.R. Imp. Rate 1941 1.19
E.D.R. Imp. Rate 1942 1.11
19 FRANCIS JOSEPH
House Rate ..... 1943 8.44
38c ODDIS RISBROOK
House Rate ..... 1943 10.8
40 PETER JOSEPH
House Rate ..... 1942 2.04
E.D.R. Imp .... 1942 .12
Water Rate ..... 1942 .60
House Rate ..... 1943 2.44
41a L. CORNER
House Rate ..... 1943 7.2(
56 JOHN LEMPRO
House Rate ..... 1043 11.4(
E.D.R. Imp. late 1942 .57
Water Rate ..... 19'1 9.7(
59a RAMBINARINE
House Rate ..... 1942 2.8q
House Rate ..... 1943 3.4(
Water Rate ..... 1941 .6f
Water Rate ..... 1942 .68
E.D.R. Imp. Rate 1941 .17
EDR. Imp. Rate 1942 .11
61 BEATRICE BODWIN
House Rate ..... 1943 9.40
Water Rate ..... 141 1.92
Water Rate ..... 1942 1.88
61a JOHN FREDERICK
Howue Rat ..... 1941 510
House Rate ..... 1042 4.25
House Rate ..... 1943 5.00UO
E.D.R. Imp. Rate 1941 .30
E.DR. Imp. Rate 1942 .25
WaLer Rate ..... 1942 1.00
70 HECTOR & CLARA PAUL
House Rate ... 1 40 9 "2
House Rate ..... 1941 9.52
House Rate ..... 1942 9.52
House Rat .... 1943 11.20
E.DR. Imp. Rate. 1940 .56
E.D.R. Imp. R t 1941 .56
ED.R. Imp. Rate 1942 .56
Water Rate ..... 1940 .24
Water Rate ..... 1641 .24
Water Rate ..... 1942 .24
.02 ALBERTHA WILSON
House Ratp ..... 1942 9.18
House Rate ..... 1943 10.80
E.D.R. Imp. Rate 1941 .40
E.D.R. Imp. Rate 1942 .54
Water Rate ..... 1941 1.60
Water Rate ..... 1942 2.16
14 ELIZA PETERS
House Rate ..... 19.9 98
House Rate ..... 1940 9.18
House Rate ..... 1941 918
House Rate ..... 1942 8.67
House Rate ..... 1943 10.20
18 DAISY THOMAS
House Rate ..... 1939 816
House Rate ..... 1940 8.16
House Rate ..... 1041 816
House Rate ..... 1942 9.01
House Rate ..... 1943 10.60
19 PHILLIP PETERS
House Rate ..... 1940 18.19
House Rate ..... 1941 18.53
House Rate ..... 1942 18.53
House Rate ..... 1943 2180
E.D.R. Imp Rate 1940 1.07
E.D.R. Imp. Rate 1041 1.09
EDR. Imp. Rate 1942 1.09
Water Rate ..... 1941 4.36
Water Rate ..... 1942 4.36
10 ANN FREDERICK
House Rate ..... 1937 480
House Rate ..... 1938 4.80
House Rate ..... 1939 5.44
House Rate ..... 1940 544
House Rate ..... 1941 5.44
House Rate ..... 1942 5.44
House Rate ..... 1943 6 40
4 ANN FREDERICK
House Rate ... 1936 450
House Rate ..... 1937 4.0
House Rate ..... 1938 4 50
House Rate ..... 1939 510
Housr Rate ..... 1940 527
House Rate ..... 1941 5 27
House Rate ..... 1942 527
Hcuse Rate ..... 1943 46.20
6 E. NICHOLSON
House Rate ..... 1943 1020
Water Rate ..... 1942 204
0 DARNLEY FITZ HERBERT
House Rate ..... 1943 12.80
0 ANNELLA GARRIEN
House Rate ..... 14 9.20
2 NATHANIEL BRADSHAW
House Rate ..... 1940 527|
House Rate ..... 1941 5-27
House Rate ..... 1942 5.10
Ho9Ue Rate ..... 1943 6.00
E.D.R. Imp. *,ate 1942 .30
Water Rate ..... 1936 1.24
Water Rate ..... 1937 1.24
Water Rate ..... 1938 1.24
Water Rate ..... 1939 .93
Water Rate ..... 1940 .93
Water Rate ..... 1941 1.24
Water Rate ..... 142 1 20
I ANNE C. MISS rTT
House Rate ..... 1.J5 937
House Rate ..... 1936 9.37
House Rate .... 1987 9.45
House Rate .... 1939 9.15
House Rate ..... 1939 867
House Rate ..... 1940 8.67
House Rate ..... 1941 86.7
House Rate ..... 1942 8.67
House Rate ..... 1943 1020
Water Rat ..... 1942 2.04
7 NATHANIEL BRAD8HAW
House Rate ..... :.M0 3.4
House Rate ..... 194t 374


House Rate .. 1942i 374i
House Rate 1943 340
Water Rate 1 .....I 1.
Water Rate ..... I 1 80
Water Rat. 1938 116
Water Rate..... 139 .87
Water Rate 19i40 .66
Water Rate 1941 .88
Water Rate..... 1042 .-8
E.DR. Imp. Rate 1942 .22
R. & J SOOKOO
HoUs Rate ..,.. 1943 11.003
CLIFTON annTrT
I RUPURT MOROAN
Ratw 134 21.4
Hose. Rate ..... 1941 5.34
Hou Rate ..... 194 37.
E.RD Iaw Rat 1942 .
WaterRite .. IMS 11J!
Prp. Wa Ra" 14 1


1

14


6


4 ORWIA SMALL
-eus Rate ..... 13 19.4i
17 CHRISTINA 8ERRA 'EAU
House Rate ..... 1941 11.56
House Rate ..... 14 11.05
House Rate ..... IM 13.00
Water Rate ..... 1IN 6.1
Water Rate 1M41 80
Water Rate ..... 132 6O
W. & R. Water .. 1342 1.
27 RAYIMOND ANNISIeTT
House Rate ..... 141 1.19
House Rate ..... 142 1.19
House Rate ...... 1942 1.40
E.D.R. 'ap. Ra 1541 .07
FD.R. Imp. Rate -I .F
Water Rate ..... 1941 .M6
Water Rate ..... 1942 J
33 ALFONSO PINCO
House Rate ..... 1942 731,
House Rate ..... 1M 8.60
E.D.R. Imp. Rate 1942 .431
Water Rate ..... 1941 4.30:
Water Rate ..... 1942 4.30'
W. & R Water .. 1939 1.04
19 MA6'DE HOWELL
House Rate ..... 1942 12.41
Housf Rate ..... 1943 14.60
18 G. R. ANISTTr'E
House Rate ..... 141 8.67
House Rate ..... 1942 8.67
House Rate ..... 143 10.30
E.D.R Imp. Rate 1942 .1
Water Rate ..... 1941 5.10
Water Rate ..... 1942 5.10
CODRINGTON STREET
9 ARTHUR L. & M. TEAOUE
House Rate ..... 1943 20.40
DARCEUIL LANE
9 EUDORA MITCHELL
Sewerage Instal.-
ment ...... 1943 26.61
3 EDITH ROBINSON
House Rate ..... 1943 3.0.20'
a HELEN FORDE
House Rate ..... 1943 23.60
DAVIS STREET
3 FEDALIA FRANCIS
House Rate ..... 1943 3.60
3 VIOLA OVERTON
House Rate .... 1943 1.230
5a 0. BIRCH
House Rate ..... 1943 7.20
7 FRANCIS BAPTISTE
House Rate ..... 1943 10.20
I ELSIE TYLER BEST
House Rate .. .. 1943 10.20
I BEATRICE REMY
House Rate ..... 1943 12.00

DENNIS STREET
a JAMES R. DELPESH
House Rate ..... 1043 14.40
House Rate ...... 1942 12.24
Bel. Imp. Rate .. 1942 .72
Water Rate ..... 1942 7.20

DUKE STREET
JOSEPH B. MOORE
House Rate ..... 1943 1000
Water Rate ..... 1942 2.08
W. & R. Sewerage 1936 .50
W. & R. Sewerage 1936 .50
ALBERT ELLIS
House Rate ..... 1943 40.80
HIL.TON M. BOMPARTE
New Services .... 1939 10.23
MADELINE DANIEL
EDR. Imp. Rate 1942 .58
New Services .... 1941 18.56
T. SORZANO TRUSTEES
Stock & Carriage 1939 540
Stock & Carriage 1940 3.60
Stock & Carriage 1941 396
HORTENSE CIPRIANI
W. & R. Water .. 1941 1.14
JULES CIPRIANI
House Rate ..... 1942 22.44
House Rate ..... 1943 26.40
Sewerage Rate ... 1942 10.56
WaterW Rate ..... 1943 13.20
JULES CIPRIANI
House Rate ..... 1942 38.93
House Rate ..... 1943 '.80
Sewerar. Rate .. 1942 18.32
Water Rate ..... 1941 22.90

DUNCAN STREET
S4KINA4
House Rate ..... 1942 23.63
Water Rate ..... 1942 1.90
W. & R. Water .. 1942 2.40
VEXILLA MOISE
House Rat, ..... 1943 1280 l
EDWIN NICHOLSON 8
House Rate ..... 1943 2.20
PATOOLAN
W. & R. Water .. 1941 2.41
JOHN DZ SILVA
House Rate ..... 1943 49.80
Metered Suppits 1942 73 '1
Metered Supplies
to ....... 30/6/1943 260.74

DUINDONALD STREET
MARY WATSON
House Rate ..... 1943 26.40
SOPHIA WILLIAMS
House Rate ..... 1943 4 60

EDWARD STREET
ELIZABETH R. VIEIRA 1
House Rate ........ 1943 2.40
HL'GH K. OLLIVIERRE
House Rate ..... 1943 25.40|
CECIL BASTIEN
House Rate ..... 1941 1836 *
HouMe Rate ..... 12 18.36 ,
House Rate ..... 1943 26.40 '
Sewerage Rate .. 1941 864
Sewerage Rate .. 1942 8.64
Water Rat ..... 1041 1080
Water Rate ..... 1942 10.80
W. & R. Water 1942 .30
CECIL BASTIEN
House Rate ..... 1941 14 26
House Rate ..... 142 14.28
Hous Rate ..... 141 16.80
Sewerage Rate .. 1341 6.72
Sewerage Rate .. 1942 .72
Water Rate ..... 141 840
Water Rate 1.... 1M2 .40
W. & R. Water 1342 13A
W. & R. Seerage 1341 l.50
Stock & Carriage 1M41 1.44|
Stock f Cer'iafe 1942 .72j


36 JO"FPH ORNELLAS RODRI-
Houe Rate ..... 194 1560
2" JOSEPH ORNELLAS RODRI-
OUEZ
Houe Rate .... 14 400
W. & R. Sewerage :42 .75
M V. A LRICHARDMON
W. & R. Seera 1941 .50
o H. ARCHIIALItU DAVID
How* Rate ..... 1043 .61


RRTUIG ROAD


KAWLM aW


I


FROMAGER STREET
13 CLEUPHILUS N. HOWULL
House Rate .... 19.3 14.40
0 NAT7'ANIEL ROGORS
House Rate ... 133 7.20
E.D.R. Imp. Rate 1940 .36
E DR. Imp. Rate 1941 .. i
E.D.R. Imp. Rate 1942 .36 1
GARNETT LANKE
3 M. ATKINS
House Rate ...... 1943 16.40
GEORGE STREET
63 AEPDONIS CARMICHAEL
House Rate ...... 1943 29.40
2a H. B. LAUOHLIN
W. & R. Sewerage 1941 .50
W. & R. Sewerage 1942 1.00
44 EDWARD NICHOLSON
House Rate ..... 1943 51.40
56 H. I. MORGANi
House Rate ..... 1943 39.20
51 HENRY COX
W.a & R. Water .. 1942 .30
W. & R. Sewerage 1942 6.00
GLOSTER LODGE ROAD
I THOMAS HARROTI I
House Ra .... 1942 12.24
W. & R. Water .. 1939 309
Water Rate ..... 1942 7.20
Bel. Imp. Rate .. 1042 .72
9 CONSTANCY REID
House Rat-. ..... 1943 10.20 10
23a ANNASTAS ROMANY
House Rate ...... 1942 12.7s 16
House Rat, ..... IM3 15.00"
Water Rate ..... 194. 750O
Water Rate ...... 19 2 7.50
63 J. A. CROOKS
House Rate ..... 1 43 -.M
75 IRENE McKEND
Water Rate ..... 1941 6.00
Water Rate ..... 19423 600 3
Bel. Imp. Rate .. 1939 .60
Bel. Imp. Rate .. 1940 .0
Bel. Imp. Rate .. 1941 .60
Bel. Imp. Rate .. 1921 .60 1
77 MADE HOWE
House Rate ..... 1943 960 6
77a C. HOWE
House Rate .. 1943 1680
18 LEONARD ANDERSON
& ORS.
House Rate ..... 1040 305
House Rate ..... 1941 3.06
House Rate ..... 1942 3.06
House Rate ..... 1943 3.60
Bel. Imp. Rate .. 1940 .19
Bel. Imp. Rate .. 1941 .18
Bel. Imp. Rate .. 1942 .18
Bel. Imp. Rate .. 143 .18
Water Rate ..... 1940 .60 ,
Water Rate ..... 1941 .72
Water Rate ..... 1942 .72
24a BLANCHE REZCE
Cleaninr Cesspits 1340 4.50
Cleaning Cesspit, 1941 2.00
W. & R. Water .. 1940 1.35
W. & R. Water .. 1941 1.14
W. & R. Water 14M2 1.59
43 KATE WOODRUFFE
House Rate ..... 1943 19.60 2
GONZALES EAST
48 MAHADIDO MISTEr-.-
House Rate ..... 1943 2.40
3 11POHANIEE
Bel. Imon. Rate .. 1942 .12
M THE OWNER 41
House Rate ..... 1943 1.20
GONZALES ITRErT
I EBENEZER CLARKE
House Rate ..... 1943 7.80 3
2 E. NILES & K ALEXANDER
House Rat* ..... 12 9.69
House Rate ..... 1943 1140
Bel Imp. Rate .. 1042 57
Water Rate ..... 1940 .13
Water Rate ..... 1941 570
Water Rate ..... 1942 70 5
Prop. Water Ser-
vice Rate ...... 1939 .57 a
New Services .... 1940 .92
4 F. NILES 13
House Rate ..... 1941 952
House Rate ..... 1942 9S2
House Rat ..... 1943 11.20
Bel. Imp. Rate .. 1941 .8
Bel. Imp. Rate .. 1942 56 4
Water Rate ..... 1942 2.24
2 H. LATCHMAN
House Rate .... 1943 1.20
GONZALEA HILL
I ANDREWS
House Rate ..... 1943 2.40
5 JOSHUA C. LOVnLL
House Rate ..... 1943 13.00
4a KOOKRAM JHINOO 21
House Rate ..... 1942 1.02
House Rate ..... 143 1.20
Bet. Imp, Rate ,. 141 .W41 1
Bel. I-wn ate .. 134 .06
Wate, Rate ..... 1940 .24
Water Rate ..... 1941 .24
Water Rat ..... 1943 .60

GONZALES TERRACE
4 E. ROBS 1
Houm Rate ..... 1940 20.06
House Rate ..... 1341 3.44
House Rate ..... 142 U1.44 23
H.use Ratet..... 14 1 M.40
Bel. Imp. Rat* .. 1$* 1.1
Bel. Imp. Rate .. 1341 123!
Bel. Imp. Rate .. 1M1 11.32
Water Rate ..... 14 10.62
Water Rate 1..... 41 J
Water Rate '..... ) 1201
W. & R. Water 1341
0 CHRmITTANA IC.O 0
House Rate 1042 1.1
House Rats ..... 1001 1.o


14


GORDON *TIBT
I TRINIDAD CO-OPIATtVE
BANX LTD.
Hou Rate ..... 1 114

BAMLYN rRA


17a ELIZAB AHOW 11 GmORs oA. M U
Rouse Rat* -6.. 20
190 JO PH C. JORDAN nI ou 'p43
Mau"e 240A AU^YbROI
House Rate..34. 18M R HOus o ate..... M W .0
Hou" Rate .... 1 .40 -,- M,
Wae Rrt. .. 113 4 3 bJAM.M0 IWA
6 THYNM R. ITuLt **-3. =
Min R94 ..... t o 1 o S * ... S
Ro Rate...13,3Pow@ t


4 U.R 8 S La


I


lloa I~e .... N} "So
10
Ha Rt ..... 1042 1.06
House Rate ..... I t.60
Bre. Iap. Rate ,, tIr .03

ter Rate ..... M1342 .20
GOELD ADAMS
House Rate 142 1.13
Hous Rate .....43 1.46
pl. Rate., 104 .0A
Water Rate 1. I2 4 O

LAVMINUI ROAD
A oteSI .WAL2Muh

P "
too


7
6b
9e



12a
14


I


PIA C

IALBMMtA WILSON
House Rate .....143 2l J
nwM Rate ..... l 3 .4
JD" Imp. Rate 141 .
wate Rate ..... M2
FAIRVMW UU
MART A. OALLI R
House Rate ..... 1942 1.02
House Rat ..... 1940 1.20
Del. Imp. Rate .. 10412 .06
FALL LANE
MANPRED ADAMS
HouI R ..... 194 17.0
I JULIAN FRANCIS |
Mouse Rate ..... 134 6.00
SP. WILLIAMSI
House Rate ........ 3 15.!
Walter Rate 1..... 2 3.12
ml. Imp. Rate 1.. 42 .17
D. M. HOLDER
House Rate ..... 1943M 40
M. cOmER
House Rate .....194 6.60
FOREST PLACE
ALIONSE 8. PERRY
HOUse Rate ..... 1042 3.6
House Rate ..... 143 3.20
DOROTHY A WILFRED
LEWIS
House Rate ..... 134 9.,0


e PAROw All & MOHAM-
MUD ALI
House Rate ..... IM 4
HoUM Rate ..... 14m I
B.DR. Imp. Rate 13I
Water Rate ..... a 1
16 ANN FREDZRICK
house Rate ..... 11l 7
House Rate ..... 11 T
House Rate .....
E.D.R. lImp. Rate 141
.D.R. Imp. Rate 142
Water Rate ..... 141 1
Water Rat ..... IM I
104 ANN FREDERICK
House Rate ..... 1140 12.
Home Rate ..... 141 12.
House Rate ..... 1942 12.
House Rate ..... 15.
X.D.R. Imp. Rate 11 .
ED.R. Imp. Rate 13432
Water Rate ..... 141 3.
Water Rate ..... 132 3.
12 OCTAVIA RILEY & ORG
House Rate ..... 143 it.
Ita WILPRF) A. TODD
House Rate ..... 14J 14A
22 OCTAVIA RILEY 4 ORS.
House Rate ..... 1943 10J
E.D.R. Imp. Rate 1942 .4
Water Rate ..... 1942 2.'
22a P. FERNANDEZ & N. D.
FEVECK
House Rate ..... 1043 11.(
24 EDWIN WILLIAMS
House Rate ..... 1943 1.0

HARPER LANE
4 EVALINE GRIFPTH
House Rate ..... 1943 1.8
6 GEORGE BELORAVE
Housp Rate ..... 1943 5.4
10 ELIZABETH & LORETTrA
GRIFFITH
Hous, Rate ..... 1943 3.0
14 JOSEPH DAVIS
House Rate ..... 1941 8.5
House Rate ..... 1942 .3
House Rate ..... 1943 10.0
Water Rate ..... 1941 .
Water Rate ..... 1042 20
Bel. Imp Rate .. 1941 .a
Bel. Imp. Rate .. 194" .5

HARVEY STREET
4 JOHN L. CHARLHONNWE
House Rat ..... 1943 27.6

HENGLOK LANI
11 F T.V. KELLY
House Rate ..... 1943 .6
4 STELLA A. KELLY
House Rate ..... 1943 .6X

HENRY STREET
4 HU70H K OLULIVIERRE
House Rate ..... 1943 43 44
I TRINIDAD CO-OPERATIVE
BANK LTD.
House Rate ..... 1943 81.2(
W. & R. Water ,. 1942 2.31
HERMITAGE ROAD

S A R ROBERTS
House Rate ..... 1943 323.40
2 EIENEZER CLARKE
House Rate ..... 1943 12.0(
3 TRUSTEES ESTATE OF
JOHN GOMES
House Rate ..... 1941 17.34
House Rate .... 1942 17.34
House Rate ..... 1943 20.44
Bel. Imp Rate 1941 1.02
Bel. Imp Rate. 1942 1.0:
Water Rate ..... 1941 10.2(
Water Rate ..... I42 10.20

HUBERT LANE
I RO1 FLETCHMAN
HoUise Ralte ..... 1942 8.1
Prop. House Rate 1942 1.7(
House Rat. ... 1943 13 8f
Bel. Imp Rate .. 1942 .48
Water Rate ..... 1942 .90

INDUSTRY LANZ
9 JOSEPH N. SMITH
House Rate ..... 1940 5.10
House Rate ..... 1941 510
House Rate ..... 1942 5 1"
House Rate ..... 19413 .00
Water Rate .... 1941 .00
Water Rate .... 1942 1.00
JOSEPH LEACOCK
House Rate ..... 1943 19.20

IRVING LANE
LIONEL CONLIFFE
HoUnis Rate ..... 1943 6.00
House Rate (Prop) 1943 24.00

JACKSON HILL
HENRY ST. CYR
House Rate ... 1943 10.80
a CAROLINE ST CYR
Nouse Rate .... 1943 13.20
EULIAH THORNE
House Rate ..... 1942 15.47
House Rate ..... 194M 18,320
Water Rate ..... 1941 10
Water Rate ... 1942 9.10
EDWARD WALDRON
House Rate ..... 1942 11.30
House Rate .. .. 1943 1.43
ED.R. Imp. Rate :041 .67
ED.R. Imp. Rate 1942.. 8.7
Water Rate ..... 1941 2.68
Water Rate ..... M 2 .,63

JACKSON PLALE
L. D. LYONS
House Rate ..... 1943 113.0
H. 8. CHAMBERS & OR.
House Rate ..... 1 9 9,18
Rous Rate ..... 1942 380
Water Rate ..... 1940 414!
Water Rat, .... 1M41 4.50
Water Rate ..... I JERNINORAM AVENUE
AUDREY FERREIRA
House Rate ..... 1941 2160
TR3SrEE- ESTATE OF
House Rate ..... 1M1 240

JOHNO0N LANE
LE1mA vLAzT1QU 3.
Hour9 Raite .... 13 1.11
MouM Rate .... Il 10.80
NDOR lmp. Rate 1942 .M41
Waer Nate ..... 14 1.161
muJiU mmT I


4 LOUISA Z-n-mj
House, Rate ..... 1M

House Rate ....
ItHOUAMRate 1
2o A. DAVID
HrOUM Rat* 1f

Water Rate ....
Water ate .....1
Water Rate ..... II
Water Rate i
LOVILL PLOA
l1a ERNUT MUIA"
Ho'Mse Rate ...... IM
House Rate ...... 141


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IS OHARLS HOWUrL &
EMMA CODRM GTDM
House Rate .. .. 14" 104A
LUBIN LAM
FRANCIS DAYr=I
House Rate ...... 1M
House Rate ........ 1
ft JANE JOSEPH
HouM m ate ...... 3 W
Hopme Rat* ...... i M
MAR.tVAL ROA0
4a W. H. 00OTT LID.
House Rate .-..... I
House R e ...... m
Water Rate ......
W&Pte Ra ......


Stalk & rta- 041 at
W 46 1: 1"1

60w7. TAYLOR
Rou Rate ........ 1 *
We JCULA ?AILCR .
Mo usete ...... 1 343

MARIWI QUAUE
15/1 JULIA 3. 6rm 3111
3OUM Rate .... M
Rous Rate ... 3. .




DOV 'ILAS
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4 OCTAV14 I. JOKM
oeM Rate ...... Ml




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SROUM o ..... Nm SU





a HoMse RSte ..... 1- U .
7 Ho5 ARRY .. 10 i
1.7oe Ratw ...
HoWaw Rate iN

1,8i owrsasten."
DJ67 IIAUDS Iloca:
N~aft V
30 WaterRte.. 16

202b TW ~A UOWSA
R"I 91.Ratea ..a
42a THE OWIW
mouse Rate..... IM LIM
80 EDWIN TMOKMA
I Hous RatW ..... 110 3&


JOHN FRIMDERICK
House, Rate ... m
House Rate .....
House Rate ..3...
House Rate ..1.
Water Rate .
Water Rate E.m
Water Rate 13.
Water Rate .. 1
E.D.R. Imp. Rate 1M41
R.D. liMp. Rate 134
JOHN FRXBDURO
House Rate, .
House Rate ..... 14N
Water Rate .. .. 14
E.D.R. Imp. Rate U
E.D.R. imp. Ras 1M
SYDNEY BOWf
House Rate .... 1
Water Rate ....M
Water Rate ....
Water Rate......
Wate Rate .....
JAM=B FRAIIMD
House Rate .. 1M


I
M
M







UJS


LEAU PLACE$
sa CYRIL MOHAO A
J. ALU
Hou Rate ..... 1 Ut
House Rate ..... 1M ,
I AON8 GUMNN
House Rate ...., 13-
House Rate .... 1: S:
6a KADMARATI
Water Rate ..... 1 M
14 CECILA JOWR I.
House Rate ..... 1 iM
E.D.R. imp. to 11 M
ED.R. Imp. Rte FA
Water Rate .*.... 1I
Water Rate ..... 1343 :IS

LEONTINI LA
13 VALERIA SAXl2Akl
House Rat ..... 1 3J
4 X. & 0. PAUL
House Rate ..... 4 14*
14 EDITH AUMAI3
House Rate ... 18
House Rate .....
House Rate ... ,
Water Rat ..... 9 3
10 JOSEPRH ANTe OT R
House Rate ..... 1 I I,


RALK Or pmsp




















| UDSR. I.p. ate 1 o 4




IL IU ~ A<AR&
'* 77.RWAU.StIN5I



Iso... ..... I 3 I.M
oN S R p. Ratw I2 S M
*Wnsa Rwte ...... M2 6
2WA.' MARTnMAU
O1M Rate ...... 941i 8.1
31waU Rate ...... 1942
-CHARLZ
F M .e...... 19421 6*A
X.D..M. lop. Rate iks 1.6
'loR a= W 194 2 1 29.6

.D.K. lrap. Rate 1942 J2
of MJJRI S. PsCHr=
OUMr ate. .. .. 1948 11t1
MAXWELL LAEX
CRARLER ARCHIBAID
UOM o Rte ... 1933 2.7(
ose RAt ..... 1934 2.7
umM Rag ...... IM 2.l
Xon Rate ...... 136 2.7
rm1o Xat .... 1937 2.71
W 'Rate ...... lM .72
Water Pate ... .. 1934 .
Water Ite ...... 19M .72
Water Rate ....... 1 .7:
Water Rate ..... 1937 .7
Z.D.R. Imp. Rate '19 .1 3
E.D.R. Imp. Rate 1924 A4
I.D.R. Imp. Ra 1i .i .
X.D.R. :mp. Rate 193 .36
3.D.R. Imp. Rate 1937 .36
4 CHARLES ARCHIBALD
Mos Rate ...... 19M 4.
NounM Rate .. .. 1987 A.7
Water Rte .. .. 193S l.20
Water Rate ...... 1936 1.20
Water Rate ...... 1937 2.71
X.D.R. Imp. Rate 1934 .
X.D.R. Imp. Rate 1037 1.14
W. A R. Water 19 .30
MeUflNE LANIP
U4 WIJAM COLLYMORE
HoueM Rate ...... 1943 3.60
a &k OMC /MORN
JU RA W...... 1943 5.00
Mdo K41 T3.RACE
3 |Z LAR3NCN ASHBY
Noue Rate ...... 194 27.60
MNMOURNE STREET
S tMAUD I. CAMPS
NeW Pavementa .. 1931 17.30
6 ALICE M. OARNNR
Rose Rate ...... 1942 22.44
House Rate ...... 194 23.40
Water Rat. ...... 1941 1.60
Water Rat' ..... 1942 16.60
Sewerage Rat ... 1941 1n%54
8ewrage Rate ... 1942 10 '
Stock & Carriage 1942 1.04
MEYLFR ST KEFT.
3 PMTCIA PIERRK
House Rate ...... 194 14 40


MINACVT ALLEY
I GLADYS HUMPHREY
House Rate .. .. 1942
House Rate ...... 1M3
Water Rate ... 1942
SISIDORE SMART
Rate ..... 194

ft A OTKERAftWO
Houe Rate ...... 1942
House Rate ...... 1943
Water Rate ...... 141
Water 1 'P........ 19t42
E D R. Imp Rive 1942
5 MARIE I BLAKE
Water Rate ..... .11
Water IlAte 1942
2o LEONCORA W. LDRON
HouM Rate ...... 1943
Water Rate ...... 1941
Water RA'e -. 12
E D.R. Imp. Rate 1M41
E D R. .nap PAte 1142
MONTIUSE LANT
1 THEOPHTLUS C'PFN
Hou.e Rate ... "3
Io J DOIT.E & *l- 1R7T
Houe Rate ..... 194I
MOSr'EY PLACE
I W M DICKSON
HN.' .ate 1942
NELSON STPEBT


4.1
920
,.to
I C
4,)


12.60I
252i
i
2Al









7 4*


JAMES C DICKSON
W. .> R Water .. 1M41 149
47T FLORENCE WALLEN
House Rate ...... 1M4t 22.10
HoUMe Rate ...... 1942 21.98
House Rate ....... 1943 250JO
Water Rat, ...... 1941 18.00
Water Rate ...... 19, 12.0
Sewera'e Rat# ... 1941 10.40
Sewerage Rate ... 19423 10.32
W. & R Water .. 1941 5.80
W. & R. Water 1942 1.4
W. A R. Sewerage 1941 1.00
X RITA E. SAMPSON A
OTHERS
Rouse Rate 1943 129. 0
U MOHAMED INRAxIM
Water Rate ...... 1942 11,70
W. & R. Sewerage 1941 .50
S6 CHARLES A.
ROCHEMo01
W. A R. Water .. 1942 1.10
W. R. Sewerage 1942 2.0
14 MARY DAISY CLARKE
W. & R. Water .. 1942 2.06
W. & &t. Sewerage 1942 2.25
SCHARLES NURSE
House Rate ...... 1940 28.39
Houe Rate ...... 141 283.
House Rate ........ 1942 21.39
House Rate ...... 1943 33.40
Sewerage Rate ... 1939 13.36
Sewerage Rate ... 1940 13.36
Sewerage Rate ,. 1941 11.36
Sewerage Rate ... 1942 13.36
Water Rate ..... 1339 15.03
Water Rate ...... 1940 15.03
Water Rate ...... 1941 16.70
,, Water Rate ........ 1942 16.'
#;. W. & R. Water 1939 1.20
W. & R. Water .. 194 1.72
SW. & R. Water 1942 .60
:. W. & R. Sewerage 1990 1.00
SW. & R. Sewerage 940 1.00
W. t R. Sewerage 1941 .0
i' W. & R. Sewesge 1942 2.00
S NEW STREET
OEOROE D SIrLVA -
TRU3TEE
House Rate ...... 194 2 10.0
VaHUMi Rate ..... 194 3l.00
NORFOLK REBT
,X. BLACKMAN
1Houe Rate ...... 1943 13.00
W TA'.a OF JOHN
00AMS
Rouse Rate ...... I194 21.60
W. & R. Water .. 1942 .3
STATE OP JOHN
Rate .... 19413 2.40
o ORMJANDY

KWater .... 1- 48M2 1.04
4K A. BOWN=


LIST OF PROPERTIES- Continued
*> I *- -. '' 1


fts AZiKIA WU
mmWfW t ** ...... i

W. a .L Watm .. M no
*alm~ir jam


ews Rate ...... 19 4 9
W. aa. J. Wr.. io A
MKek a Our^-U Jl i
IsADORfA OAUAJMM
Nam 1ate ...... 41 15G
ome RatsI ...... 1 4A 1
s mWA-3 OW Joan
RouM Rats ...... MI s" M
54 ADRIAN J. WTUNON
Noun .A ....... 1941 is
nowe Rate ...... 194 1t
ReUse Rate ....193 18.
Bel. imp. Rate .. 1941 .
Del.Tap.Rate .. 1M2 14
Water Rate ...... 1941 $A
Woter Rate ...... 1942 M
W. a R. Water .. 1041 1.0
Stock & CaTags 190 A
Stock A &Ctlag 1941 1.44
Stock & CarrTIae 19 1.44
O'B351 PLACE
I2 CHARLES RATHWAIr
House Rate ...... 1941 1.40
f GLADYST HURDLE
OLGA PILE
House Rate ....... 1943 .00
OBSERVATORY BL..8T
I CARL C. McCARTHY
House Rate ...... 1941 23.00
I1 EDWIN WILLIAMS
House Rate ...... 1941 12.40
27 MILLICENT CROOKS
How.e Rate.. .. 1 21.00
35 AONI rPORJ"NEL
W. & R. Water .. 1941 3.81
39 MIOUELINE RODRIGUEZ
A MARIE CAMPS
House Rate ...... 1941 12.24
House Rate ...... 1942 12.24
House Rate ...... 1943 1400
.E D.R. Imp. Rate 1941 .72
E.D.R. Imp. Rate 1942 .72
Water Wate ...... 1941 7.20
Water Rate ...... 1942 7.20
New Pvements .. 1935 5.40
46 VERA BLAKE & OTHERS
House Rate ...... 1943 26.00
OLTON ROAD
1 EOBERT SHOCKNISS
W. & R. Water .. 1942 2.60
4 MARIE FREWCH
House Rate m. 1942 8.16
Houme Rate ...... 1943 9.60
OVID Al EYT
10 HENRY THOMAS
House Rate ...... 1942 8.81
House Rate .. 1943 9.60
E.D.R. Imp. Rate 1942 .48
Water Rate ...... 1942 4.80
OXFORD STIRKET


1 LESSALINE OITENR
House Rate ...... 1943
5ba JOHN CARTER
House Rate ...... 1942
House Rate ....... 1943
E D.,R. Imp. Rate 1941
E D.R. Imp. Rate 1942
Water Rate ...... 1941
Water Rate ...... 1942
23 VIOLET ALL
House Rate ...... 1948
26 JOSEPHINE PIERRE
House Rate ...... 1941
House Rate ...... 1942
'louse Rate ....... 1943
E.D.R. Imp. Rate 1942
Water Rate ...... 1942
U LOUISA JQOEr
ouNe Rate ...... 1M
34 MAROARUW MILLARD
Roue Rate ...... 194
Water Rate ....... 1942
42 MATILDA JOHN &
JAMES STRONG
House Rate ...... 1943
5M A. A PEYSON
House Rate ...... 1941
House Rate ...... 1942
House Rate ...... 1943
F D R Imp. Rate 1942
Water Rate ...... 1941
Water Rat ....... 1942


13.20
10.37 1
12.20
.81
.61! I
.61
2.44
244
12.00
14.28
14.21
16.80
3.4
2.86
21 .60
7.20
1.44

4.80
123A!
12.35
14.XO
74
740
740,


PALL MALL SI rFT I
I ALFJRED A. PEYSON
HouM Rate .... 1943 26.()
6 MADELEINE JOSEPH
Houe Rate ... 1943 10,'0'
PALM -SE STRIKET
SI, BELLE
House Rate ... 1948 3,0
10 CAROLINE I. WARD
House Rate ...... 143 4.80
PARK 8TLtREET
22 D. JOSEPH & OTHE"r';
House Rate ...... 1911 54.00
W. & R. Water .. 1941 .50
W & R. Water .. 1942 .50

PELHAM STREET
9 RICHARD GXOPFREY
House Rate ....... 1943 19 10
19 REGINALD McDOWZLL
House Rate ...... 1940 13.26
House Rate ...... 1941 13.26
House Rate ...... 1942 13.2
House Rate ...... 1943 15.60
Bel. Imp Rate ... 1940 .71
Bel. Imp. Rate ... 1941 i
Bel. Imp. Rate ... 1942 .78
Water Rate ...... 1940 7.02
Water Rate ....... 1941 7.80
Water Rate ...... 1942 7.80
W. & R. Water .. 1941 1.61
51 CHRISTINE ORIPFrTIH
House Rate ...... 1941 11.80
6 HILDA COOPER
House Rate ....... 1943 26.40
Water Rate ...... 1941 13.20
Water Rate ...... 1942 13.20
Etock & Qarriage 1941 1.44
Stock Carriage 1942 1.08
12 VIOLET MURRXLL
Houes Rate ...... 198 19.20
W. & R. Water .. 1941 1.88
200 JAMI S8TE7 LM
House Rate ...... 1942 22.73
House Rate ...... 194 26.30
Bel. Imp. Rate ... 1943 1.34
Water Rate ....... 194J 13.40
4a DUDLRY OOBRAM
House Rate ...... 194 14.40
54 JAMES LtAeOK
House Rate ...... 1042 5.11
House Rate ...... 1943 64.90
el. IMp. Rate .... 1942 .-
Watet Rate ...... 1942 3.0
5M OGEORGIANA LEACOOK
HOUN Rate ......1941 2.04
HOUs Rate ........ 1942 2.04
House Rate ...... 1943 2.40
Bel. I p. Rate ... 1941 .12
Bel. Imp. Rate ... 1941 .12
Water Rate ...... 1941 .0
Water Rate ...... 19," .60
72 JOS'FVINE ROMBO
House Rate ...... 1i4 18.00


17 JULIANA KNOX
House Rate ...... 1948 .10

PERCY STRET
S ZOILA TANNINS
House Rate ...... 10 1.74
HoUe Rate .... .1041 .74
Rou Rate ....., 14 21.3127
Rous$ R a3 ...... 1i 26
.el. imp. Nate ... 190 3
Iel. Imp. Rat* ... 1941 22
el. Imap. Rate .,. 31 LI


WallMs Rat. ...... 5m
Water' Ratt. ..... 1M2 541
3I SOnLA TAuNT8
wao am ...... 1541I
WNlW- r ian L

NOUNA1110" s
US1 AkT.< H IIOIILW
HoUe Rate ...... 894 -40
MWC*AIUMT RUMT


56
79

10
16


MAY DAISY CLARKE
W. As Water .. 1I2 1J
M. BAxnaNaaT
W. & R. Water .. 1942 .lie 1
HRWIRI A NOXL
House Rate ...... 1943 22A0
l.D.R. ap. Rate 1941 t U
I.D.R. Imp. Rate 1942, 1.13
W. & R. Water .. 1942 2.51
PJUX a PILIP OQUX 17
Hous Rate ...... 1942 20.40
House Rate ...... 1948 24.0
X.D.R. Imp. Rate 1942 132
Water Rate ......1942 1290
GLADYS LAWREFCE
House Rate ......1932 2.79 n29
House Rate ...... 1933 2.70
House Rate ...... 1934 70
House Rate ...... 1935 .7'0
House. Rate ...... 19-3 2.70
House Rate ..... 137 .90
House Rate ........ 1938 .901 9
House Rate ...... 1939 1.02
House Rate ...... 1940 1.02
Rouse Rate ...... 1941 1.02
House Rate ...... '42 1.02
House Rate ...... 1943 1.20
E.D.R. Imp. Rate 1932 .54 17
E.D.R. Imp. Rate 1933 .54
E D.R. Imp. Rate 1934 .54 27
E.D.R. Imp. Rate 1935 .36
E.D.R. Imp. Rate 193 .36
E.D.R. Imp. Rate 1937 .12 39
E.D.R. Imp. R ite 1938 .12
E.D.R. up. Rate 1930. .06 41
E.D.R. Imp. Rate 1940 r6
E.D.R. Imp. Rate 1941 .06
E.D.R. Imp. Rate 1942 .06 63
Water Rate .... 1932 .72
Water Rate ........ 1933 .72 75
Water Rate ...... 1934 .72
Water Rate ...... 1935 .72
Water Rate ...... 1936 .60
Water Rate ...... 1937 .60
Water Rate ...... 1938 .60
Water Tate ...... 1939 .60
Water Rate ........ 1940 .60
Water Rate ...... 1941 .60
Water Rate ...... 1942 .60 77
C. tILBON
House Rate ...... 1943 13.20
PICHERY LANE
WILLIAM PREVOST
oule Rate ...... 1943 12.60
BLANCHE REECE 105
House Rate ........ 1943 29.40
107
PICTON STREET
ELEANORA MARCANO 123
House Rate ..... 1943 36 0
ELSIA ENDLEY
Sewerage Rate ... 1942 14.40
M A NIETO
House Rate ...... 1943 30.0J 1
ESTATE OpF ANGELINA
NELSON 4A
W. &. R. Waer .... 1942 1.81
PITMAN LANE


19 ARTHUR BREWSTER
House Rate ...... 193A
House Rate ........ 1939
House Rate ...... 19'0
House Rate ...... 1941
House Rate ...... 1942
House Rate ...... 1943
Bel. Imp. Rate .. 1938
el. Imp. Rate .. 19
Bel. Imp. Rate .. 1940
Bel. Imp. Rate .. 1941
Bel Imp. Rate .. 1942
Water Rate ........ 1938
Water Rate ...... 1039
Water Rate ...... 1940
Water Rate ...... 1911
Water Rate ...... 1942
25 BENJAMIN CHARLES
Bel. Imp. Rate .. 1942
14 JOSEPH MASON
House Rate ...... 19.37
House Rate ...... 19.3
House Rate ...... 1939
House Rate ...... 1940
House Rate ...... 1941
'*ouse Rate ........ 1942
House Rate ...... 1943
Bel. Imp. Rat, .. 1937
Bel. Imp. Rate 1939
Bel Imp. Rate .. 1939
Bel. Imp. Rate 1940
Btil. Imp. Rate 1941
Bel. Imp. Rate .. 1942
Water Rate ...... 1937
Water Rate ...... 193A
Water Rate ........ 1939
Water Rate ...... 1940
Water Rate ...... 1941
Water Rate ...... 1942
18 MARCUS ST. HIIJ,.
Bel. Imn. Rate .. 1942
Water Rate ...... 1942

PLAISANCE ROAD
14 CHARLES Rt.WLINS
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 ....... 1941
Water Rate ...... 1942
16b REGINALD EDWARDS
House Rate ...... 1943
E.D.R. Imp. Rate 1942
2a NITA LA BORDE
House Rate ...... 1943
22b EDWIN NICHOLSON
House Rate ...... 1943
26 JOHN NUNES
House Rate ...... 1939
House Rate ...... 1940
House Rate ...... 1941
Rouse Rate ........ 1942
House Rate ...... 1943
B.D.R. Imp. Rate 1939
E.D.R. Imp. Rate 1940
B.D.R. Imp. Pate 1941
I.D.R. Imp. Rate 1942
Water Rate ...... 1930
Water Rate ...... 1940
Water Rate ...... 1941
Water Rate ...... 1942
2 JOHN NUNS
House Rate ........ 1938
House Rate ...... 1939
House Rate ...... 1940
RoUse Rate ...... 1941
House Rate ...... 1942
Rouse Rate ...... 1943
E.D.R. Imp. Rate 193
E.D.R. Imp. Rate 19I
F.D.R. Imp. Rate 940
E.D.R. Imp. Rate 1941
E.D.R. Imp. Rate 1942
Water Rate ........ 1939
Water RMte ...... 1940
Water Rate ...... 1941
Water Rate ...... 1942
W. & R. Water .. 1942
IRITANT HOUSE"
UtW Supplies 1941
Metered Supplies 1942
Metered Supplies
to 0/6 .......... 1943

PRESarOIT ALLEY
I* R.-JOHN
House Rate ...... 194M
It RUSSEM L CAMERON
RoMu Rate .....1. 1


6.00


W. aN. IL Wem 2"a 1&
w- 4-0 SL wmw a" &A b
I U H 11 tIN C



Dm sRate ...... 0
1U JUA1RTA 0ADD=
RMod Rate ...... 12*
M EZAMOR WELlS
Mowm Rat -.. 142 9*
X.ous Rat ...... 10 11.1


PHINCE smm
JOHN D SILVA
A.J.
HouWater Rato ...... 1i 94

W. ARI. Water .. 194 19
1SABNLLA MADM a
A. J. ANOJA
Watr ft IM ...... 1612 3430
W. &,a. water .. 1M2 1M
IBABKLLA MAIN= &
A. J. SANGA
W. fa R. Water .. 1943 .30
Oletered Supplies
to 30/6 ........ 19 22."
Metered Supplies 1942 21.U
J. A. TARDIEU
W. & R. Water .. 1942 SJ

QUARRY TBRUT
ALBERTINA PERDINAND
& LUCY OGEORG E
House. Rate ....... 141 10.88
House Rate ...... 1942 11.05
House Rate ...... 1943 13.00
Cleaning Cesspita 1937 2.-A
L. DILLON
House Rote ...... 1943 8.40
STEPHEN SPENCER
House Rate ...... 1943 6J
Water Rate ...... 1942 1.34
ANNA BISHOP
House Rate ........ 1943 14.20
DORA BEATRICE
COWARD
House Rate ...... IS 17.40
J. E. SALAZAR
House Rate ...... 194 24.00
HENRY TAYLOR
House Rate ........ 1940 10.20
House Rate ...... 1941 10.20
House Rate ...... 1942 10.20
House Rate ...... 143 12.00
E.D.R. Imp. Rate 1941 .60
E.D.R. Imp. Rate 1942 .60
Water Rate ..... 1941 f6.00
Water Rate ....... 1942 6.00
ROSA SAMUEL
House Ratt ...... 1942 9.86
House Rate ... 194... 3 11.60
E.D.R. Imp. Rate 1942 .58
Water Rate ...... 1941 5.80
Water Rate ..... 1942 5.80
W. & R. Water .. 1941 3.46
W. & R. Water .. 1942 1.75
CHARLES H. LEWSRY
House Rate ...... 194 25.00
CHARLES H. LEWSEY
House Rate ..... 1943 30.00
REBECCA A. COURT
House Rate ...... 1942 11.73
House Rate ...... 1943 13.80
MAXIME MODE8TE
House Rate ...... 1943 17.20
CHARLES W. PIERRE
House Rate ...... 1942 4.93
House Rate ...... 1943 5.80
M. LUDOVIC SMALL &
EDITH CRAIGWELL
House Rate ...... 1942 12.58
House Rate ...... 1.13 14.80
BLANCHE EVELYN
E.D.R -..ip Rate 1942 .06
FRANCIS WELCH
House Rate ...... 1941 17.51
House Rate ...... 1942 17.51
House Rate ...... 1943 20.60
E.D.R. Imp. Rate 1941 1.03
E.D.R. Imp. Rate 1942 1.03
Water Rate ........ 1941 1030
Water Rate ...... 1942 10.30
ABDUL SAMAD
House Rate ...... 194S 16.20

A.! -N STREET
MOHAMED IBRAHIM
W. & R. Severage 1942 .tl
QI'EEN'S PARK PAST
JOAQUIM M. LRA
W & R. Water .. 1942 7.21
W. & R. Sewerage 1942 .55
Stock & Carriage 1942 .72
Water Rate ...... 1942 158.22
J. W. McCARTHY
Stock & Carriage 1941
Stock & Carriage 1942 1.44
J. W. McCARTHY
Stock A Carriage 1041 1 44


4



12

13


Stock & Carriage 1942
14J. W. McOARTHY
W. & R. Sewerage 1942
17 J W. McCARTHY
Stock & Carriage 1942

RADIX KOAD
4 EDNA THORN!
House Rrite ...... 1943
Bel. Imp. Rate .. 1941
Bel. Imp. Rate .. 1942
Water Rate ...... 1942


1.44
1.00
.72


REFORM LA
2b ESTATE OF JOHN GOMES
House Rate ........ 1943 19.40
10 EMILY ERNARD
House Rate ...... 1942 14.28
House Rate ...... 1943 16.80
14 GEORGE CHARLES
House Rate ...... 1942 15.30
House Rate ...... 1943 18.00
Bel. Imp. Rate .. 1942 .90
Water Rate ....... 1942 9.00
W. & R. Water .. 1941 2.71

REGENT LANE
4 J. S. PRICE
House Rate ...... 1943 7.2(
14 AGATHA LOINSWORTH
House Rate ...... 1943 4,8
13 CHARLOTTE
CALL 'DER
House Rate ...... .)43 4.80
REID L.ANE
9 CHARLES PITZ WORM
House Rate ..... 1943 24.00
9a CHARLES, FIT. WORM
House Rate ...... 1943 21.00
14 OATRA LOINSWORTH
Roue Rate ...... 1943 11.30
14d L L. .EWIT
House Rate ...... 140 15. 0
House Rate ...... 1941 15.M0
House Rate ....... 1942 15.0
House Rate ...... 1941 18.00
Water Rate ...... 19 .10
Water Rate ...... to 8.10
Water Rate ...... 1941 .01
Water Rate ...... 1M42 9.00
w. & R. Water .. 1942 1.81
16 CLARBNC- A. BRANCH
House Rate ..... 1948 24.00
REVEILLAc LANE
10a WILLIAM PROVOST
House Rate ..... 19 12.00
RIOAULT STREET
23 CATHERINE BAII -
Houe Rate ...... 1941 .40
2 SAMUEL OOLX
Rouse Rate ...... 1 20 1
7a SAMUDEL OOLE
RoU at Rate ...... 14M 17.90
EMEWA MCCARTHY
HoWUSe Rate ...... 194 14.0
8 AON CRIOR LOW
OU Rat ..... 1948 24.60


O M Em n A




X. .N. ....e,3m, 0
'Wo not* ...... 31 1.



W'L. &J*' 'M"".. lo L
1SSUW .' M



'I -IF *a
ROMwri" .....3541 49A
MWUM MaM ..... a SIA
.D.3. nw. RatS 1Wo3 i
Water Rat ...... 194 us

Ro. t at. r .... UU XJ.J
I mUX A PBQBW
RIQOM-
Roaw Rate ...... 2 94845
WOwM Rate ...... IM1 141
.P.a. f Raote 1942 #A
Water Rat..... 1M I.
Cleaning Oesiplte 1942 4M
BIZBY TeRACo
A4 PKICIANO BALPQUR
HOUs Rt .... 19 4 *i
RIVON LAMN
I RAPHAEL OASTILLO
HoUWe Rate ...... 194 0
ROUINON WTILL
1U RODX'zCK SPRINGrR
HoUse Rate ...... 1943 7.I
ROGET PLACE


9 ELSIE PRICE
House Rate ......
13 VIOLET HAMIT
House Rate ......
ISa VIOLET HAM-T
House Rate ......

ROSE HILL
Ila DORIS JAMBS
House Rate ......
House ste ........


1943 3.40

1943 7.00

1943 6.00




1942 4.63
1941 7.T0


18 JOHN A. PHILLIP
House Rte ........ 194a
23 LOUISA JOHNSON
House Rate ...... 1943
Water Rate ...... 1942
29 MANOO MARADOE
Heuse Rate ...... 1943
E.D.R. Imp. Rate 1942


27.80 54


ROSSLYN STREET
39 A. L. CRICHLOW
House Rate ...... 1943 20.20
28b NITA LA BORDER
House Rate ...... 1943 19.00

RUDIN LANE
1 JOHN N. DENNIS
House Rate ...... 1943 13.20

ST. ANDREW'S LANE
3 ELMINA F. ROCKET
W. & R. Water .. 1942 2.11
ST. BARB'8 ROAD
7 ETHELBERT & B. CROSS
House Rate ...... 1942 3.06
House Rate ....... 1943 3.00
Water Rate ...... 1942 .72
Bel. Imp. Rate .. 1942 .18
17a J. BARKER
House Rate ...... 1943 4O0
Bel. Imp. Rate .. 1941 .24
Bel. Imp. Rate .. 1942 34
29 NAOGARERAN
House Rate ...... 1940 7.31
House Rate ...... 1941 7.14
House 'Rate ........ 1942 7.14
House Rate ...... 143 8.40
Bel. Imp. Rate .. 1941 .24
Bel. Imp. Rate .. 1942 .42

S''. FRA 'COIS VALLEY ROAD
15 T. BROWN & ORB
House Rate ........ 194S 18.40
17 F. W. & E. V. BROWN
House Rate ...... 1943 24.00
21 ANDREW STRAUOHN
House Rate ...... 1943 17.40
22 TRUSTEBS-ESTATES-
JOHN OOMM
House Rate ...... 1943 27.00
24 TRUSTEES ESTATE
JOHN OME8
House Rate ...... 19V 12.00
ST. GEORGE C1RCULA` ROAD

I ELLIS THORN!
House Rate ........ 194 7.0
11 PI"' R I
House Rate ...... 1942 7.0
House Rate ...... 1943 9.00
Water Rate ...... 1941 1.72
Water Rate ...... 1942 1.80
Bel. Imp. Rate .. 141 .41
Bel. Imp. Rate .. 1042 .45
ST. JOHN STREE,
7b 0. McCLEAN
HouMs Rate ...... 1941 1.02
House Rate ...... 1942 1.02
House. Rate ...... 1943 1.20
Water Rate ........ 1939 M0
Water Rate ...... 1941 .60
Water Rate ...... 1942 .60
E.D.R. Imp. Rate 1941 .06
E.D.R. Imp. Rate 1942 .06
7c 0. McCLEAN
House Rate ...... 1941 1.36
House Rate ...... 1942 1.36
House Rate ...... 1943 1.60
Water Rate ........ 1941 .60
Water Rate ...... 1942 .60
E.D.R. Imp. Rate 1941 .08
E.D.R. Imp. Aate 1942 A8
lib PRINCE BATSON
House Rate ...... 1943 12.20
ld M. TROTMAN
House Rate.......194 6.20
wOUM RatW ....... IMS IJO
Woter Rate ...... 1942 1.24
2 THOMAS FISHER
Houw Rate ...... 142 5.44
Hous Rate ...... 19M 6.40
Water Rate ...... 1941 1.28
Water Rate ...... 142 1.28
12 PLORKNCE CALLUNRD
House Rate ...... 1941 6.12
House Rate ...... 194M2 64.12
House Rate ...... 19" 7.2
ST. JOSKEP ROAD
I MARIE A. BOWXN
W. a R. Sewems-e 1'! J
13s PAUL STANISLAUS
House Rate ........ 1942 9.
HOUn Rate ...... M14 11.40
Water Rate ...... 1942 .70
Cleaning Ceaplta 190 2.390
Cleaning Ceopits 1941 2.0
8E MARGAREt LAM


14 M. OUWVARA
Stock & Carriage
Stock arriage
Stock A carriage
Stock A Carriage
Steck Atcarriage
Stocks ACarrtage
Stoek* A arria"


lIS 1.44
193 .12
1MO 1JI
19* 1AG
1941 .72
1948 .12


a .l 0. A.I 12 USANAR BRAMBL
l. H3 I 1 m.06


26 ~ i J ... m uM W a Ha .. rn ia. 1M 1 *.4
u i aon mfcn 3. .. Ian. Rate.2 Ion 4i*
uUsne-......1941 W.AftB e ...... 1M 1.M


I S.'AVL mom=
x5 XAT009AS
u ltL TAYLORT
t ...... 192 7JO

3ZuRate.. 1943 5
~Im 1 126

,W.&, Water .--.-.. 194 1
WRese Wte ........ 194 141.15
Reuse Rate .u ... 194 31.15
Haem Rate 13 39.00
Water Rate ........... 1M 19.50
18 WALTIM R A. STONE
He m is "a ...... 143.18.01
Wale Rate ..- 194 5.6
Water Rate .-.- 194 .40

BT. BOsE TBRCnT
lb ALEERT L
Hon Rast......1943 30LB
: JOSEIPH TULLOWAY
use Rat ............... 194M 15.0
JI MANOR GLASGOW
& OTHERS
Water Rate .............. 1942 8.10
W. &R. Water ........ 1940o 1,10
W. tR. Water ........ 1942 7.68
10 ALFRED C, WOODLEY
House Rate .............. 1943 11.60
12 ANNIE E. WOODLEY
House Rate ............194 8.40
New Services ............ 193 10.00

ST. THOMAS TBREET
4 MARY MEAD
House 'Rate .............. 1903 .20
Water Rate .............. 1942 1.64


ST. VINCENT BTRBET
ELJ.A & ANTONIO
G. RMENDB
Stock & Carriage .... 1942
gACKVILLE STREET


I MRS. VINCENT BROWN
HouMa Pate ........ 1943 30.00
* ANTONIO COX
W.&R. Water ....... 1942 1.29
"/4a& C. A. DELMAS
W.*AR. Sewerage 1942 2.50
SAMUEL LANE
MARIA RED
Bel. Imp. Rate ........ 1942 1.50
SANDRURBIT STREIKT ,
21 VICTOR JOSEBPH
House Rate .............. 1943 13.00
10 ALBERTINA WXRKB
Hous Rate ....... 194S 16.80
X SANDRINE JOSEPH
House Rate ............ 1943 7.20
24a L. MARTIN
House Rate .............. 1943 7.20
SCOTT PLACID
EDWIN A. NICHOLSON
House Rate .............. 1943 11.20
ScoTT wJsHs STREET
I FRED M. & &. BOLAND
House Rate ............. 1943 30.00
SEA LOTS
16 W. A. GUY
House Rate ............ 1M2 15.30
Homue Rate ..... 1941 1.00
Water Rate ......... 1942 9.00
22e N. C. LAWRY
House Rate .............. 1902 2.04
House Rate ......... 1943 2.40
Water Rate ......... -. 1942 .60
*NIL8OU.NX LANE
I ALX r CARRINGTON
House Rate ...... .... 1942 12.24
House Rate ... 1943 14.40
Water Rate ........... 1941 7.20
Water Rate ...... ...... 1942 7.20
Bel. Imp. -Rate ....... 1941 .72
Bel. Imp. Rate ....... 1942 .72
I MILLICENT ILL
House Rate ............ 1943 26.40
S*NXI STREET
I ALLAN CUMNIRSATCH
W. A&A. Water .... 1935 1.04
W.A&R. Water ....... 1988 .80
W. & R. Water ....... 1942 .92
W. R. Sewerage 1931 .75


IrANIA HILL
13a MARGARET OSBORNE
House Rate .............. 143 .4
43 HAMILTON BAPTISTE
Hous Rate .............. 1943 24.00
12 MARGAREIT OSBORNE
House Rate .........1...1948 1 .00
24 WILLIAM, EDWARD,
MARIA TROTMAN
House Rate............ 1948 31.30
24a M. 3. GIT=
House e Rate .............. 1941 10.80
24b MARY TROTMAN
House Rate ............ 1942 8.74
House Rate ............. 1943 4.40
Water Rate ............ 1941 .3
Water Rate ..............1942 .88
E.D.R. Imp. Rate .... 1941 .2
E.D.R. Imp. Rate .... 1942 .2
244 MARIE E. GITTENS
House Rate .............. 1943 17.60
M CHARLES M. LASTIQUE
W. & t. Water ........ 199 2.M
Clelaninf Cesplts .... 1988 1.50
2$a AGNS GIBSON
House Rate .......1....... 94 19.00
SMART PLACE
House Rate ......... 1943 7.80
I LEVI BANCROFT
House Rate ............ 1943 1.320
SMITH PLACE
T DAISY FRASER
House Rate ........... 193 .90
HOuMe Rate .......... 1939 1.02
HouseM Rate ....... 1940 1.02
water Rate ........ 1925 .0
Water Rate ..... 119 .60
.......Rate 1W .0 .
Water Rate ...... 150 .0
X3D.R. Imp. Rate I. 13 .12
DOR. Imp. Rate .... 1M .0A
.0X. Imp. Rate .... 1940 M
? MABML I. LUIN
OUMs Rate ..........1.. IN 3.3
sues Rate 1940 3.23
Water Rate .......... 11 0
Water Rate ..... 1M
... t p. Rate ..... 1939 .191
KJ.3 Imp. Rate.... 190
I WARL I. WLEIN
HowMe Rate ........ 14 9.00
HoUn Rate .......... 1935 .
Houe ae .... 1M6 9.00
House Rate ._-. 197 1.00
Water Rate --.-. 19as
Water Rate .-- 1M 1.00
Wate Rate ....... I"3 6?
D.JL Imp. Rate .... 194 1.0
&0.R. tap. Rate .... 13 1.0
3..DJ. Iap. Rate .... 19 1.20
I.D.R. Im. Rate .... 17 1.20
W. A R. Water ....... 134 1.04

8OUIB QUAY
SM. KAN
Hfe ate (lbrap) 1M7 1.00
Bowie Rat -...... 1 3O
Wate (vtov?.) IMF USo
ter. Rats ............ 18.99
wKter Rate. Rae... 193

x ToIP. ito
AU& 14im3.3


I MILTOI McD.
OOODRIDGN
BHouse Rate ... 43
Water ate .... 1941
Water Xtq ..,........ 1M1
.AI2. 4P Rate..A 1941
BDJ. aImp. Rate.... 1942
STHOMAS FARRELL
Houee Rate ....* 4
House Rate ...... 194M
Water Rate ........... 2
SLD.R. l1=. Rate .... 1942
1* IDWINA 1.TEAGUE
House Rate ............ 1942
House Rate ........... 1943
Water Rate .............. 142
16/16 AUDREY LESLIE
House Rate ............. 1M
18 EDGAR MULRAIN
House Rate ............ 1941
Home Rate ...........- 1942
House Rate ......... 1943
Water Rate ........... 1942
STEWART LANI
3 JOSPH 8AVARY
House Rate .............. 193
4 RICHARD SAVARY
House Rate ............ 1943
22 JAMES PYKE
House Rate .............. 1942
House Rate .............. 1941
House Rate .............. 1943
Water Rate ............ 1941
Water Rate .............. 1942
Rel. Imp. Rate ..... 941
Bel. Imp. Rate ........ 1942
24 JAMES PYKE
House Rate ............. 1942
House Rate ............ 1943
Water Rate .............. 1942
Set. Imp. Rate ........ 1942
30 W. & G. SAVARY & Ors.
House Rate ............. 1943
30a W. G. SAVARY
House Rate (Prop.) 1939
House Rate ............. 1940
House Rate ............. 1941
House Rate .......... 1942
House Rate ........... 1943
Water Rate ........... .1939
Water Rate ........... 1940
Water Rate ............ 1941
Water Rate .............. 1942
STONE STREET
30 ALLAN CUMBERBATCH
W. & IR. Water ....... 1940


TilE CRESCENT
2 EMILY M. SALES
House Rate ............ 1943
8 ALBERTHA CARTER
House Rate .............. 1941
House Rate ........... 1942
House Rate ........... 1943
Water Rate ........... 1939
Water Rate ............ 1940
Water Rate ........... 1941
Water Rate ........... 1942
E.D.R. Imp. Rate .... 1940
SE.D.R. Imp. Rate .... 1940
E.D.R. Imp. Rate .... 1941
E.D.R. Imp. Rate .... 1942
6 DAVID LEWIS
House Rate ............. 1942
House Rate .............. 1943
I SARAH A. DOTTIN
House Rate .............. 1943
THOMAS PLACE


22.30
14A0
9.36
9MA
11.60
2.32
2.32
.58
.58
8.06
3.60
.72
.18
5.20
4.76
7.141
7.14
7.14
8.40
1.26
1.26
1.68
1.68


27.00
3.06
3.06
3.60

:CI
.72
.72
.18
.18
.18
.18
8.15
9.60
6.80


1 RUPERT COX
House Rate .............. 1943 10l0l
I EVA JONES & 0.
HOBSON
Water Rate ............. iaa A
Water Rate ........... 1940 &.
Water Rate ........... 1941 7.4n
Water Rate ........... 1942 7.40
House Rate ...... 1943 14.80
THORNHILL STREET
lb SAMUEL A. DAVIS
New Services .......... 1940 L56
I JAMES A. PHILLIP
House Rate .............. 1943 8.00
TILBURY PLACE
1 INES'0 CATO
House Rate .............. 1943 1.02
House Rate ............. 1942 1.02
Water Rate ............. 1942 .60
E.D.R. Imp. Rate .... 1942 .06
I B. MAINGOT
House Rate .............. 1942 5.10
House Rate ............ 1943 6.00
Water Rate .............. 1942 1.20
E.D.R. Imp. Rate .... 1942 .30
TRAGARETE ROAD


58 ALBERT LUCIEN
House Rate .............. 1940 12.07
House Rate ............ 1941 12.41
House Rate ............. 1942 12.41
House Rate .......... 1943S 14.6
Water Rate ........... 1941 7.30
Water Rate ............. 1942 7.30
Sewerage Rate....... 1940 5.61
Sewerage Rate ........ 1941 6.84
Sewerage Rate ........ 1942 5.84
VALLEY ROAD
I GEORGE HARRY
House Rate ........ 1943 43.20
Water Rate ..... ....... 1943 21.60
Bel. Imp. Rate ....... 1942 2.16
7a GEORGE HARRY
House Rate .............. 1943 17.20
Water Rate .............. 1942 8.60
Bel. Imp. Rate ........ 1942 .84
W.&R. Water ..... 1942 1.95
9a1 A. HEZEKIAH
Water Rate .......... 1942 7.80
11 ANDREW GEORGE
Water Rate .............. 1942 4.80
Bel. Imp. Rate ........ 1942 .48
11e ANDREW GEORGE
Water Rate ............ 1942 12.00
Bel. Imp. Rate ........ 1942 1.20
17 USTACE MOCRE
New Services Laid 1937 11.76
31a ZOILA TENNIS
House Rate .............. 1939 12.07
House Rate ........... 1940 12.75
House Rate ......... 1941 12.75
House Rate ............. 1942 12.75
House Rate .............. 1943 15.00
31b ANTONIO GOMES
Stock & Carriage ... 1942 .A6
3T THEO. R. & IRENE
HEVEKIAH
House Rate .... 1948 13.00
M THELMA LESLIE
House Rate ........... 1943 19.20
14t ELAINE LEGALL
HouseM Rate .......... .. 1943 16.60
lIb LEONTINE MALONCY
HouM Bate ........ I I 8.s0
34 LIIJAN M. BRADSHAW
House Rate ..........13.... 20.60
38 AUGUSBA ROBERTS
House Rate ............ 1939
House Rate .......... 1940 1.53
House Rate ......... 1941 1.53
House Rate ............ 1942 1.53
House Rate ...........- 1943 1.80
Water Rate .......... 1940 .60
Water Rate ... 1941 .60
Water Rate ........ 1942 .60
Bel. Imp. Rate .... 1941 .09
el. Imp. Rate .. 1942 .01
LIONEL WILLIAMS
House Rate .............. 1943 1.40
SeL Imp. Rate ........ 1942 .12
40 JAMES ROBINSON
W.A&R. Water ........ 1940 .46
a LEWI S BEHAMI"
House Rate ........ 1937 .90
Houe Rate ....... 1938 .90
House Rate ...... 1939 1.02
House Rate ..... 1940 1.08
House Rate ......- 191 1.02
Houst Rate ..... 1942 1.02
House Rate ....... 1943 1.20
Water Rate ..... IW7 .60
Water Rate ........ 1 .60
Water Rate .......... 1M1 .4
Water Rate .... 10 .1


- &.& I
ouase
House
Rouse
HOUM
Water
Water
Water
Water
se"t.


House Rats4
VICTORIA AVI
16 J. N. & H A
W.&AR. ei
W. &R. I B
Stock & Car
VIDALID
DEIGHITON
House Rate
House Rate
Water Rate
12 LENORA Nlj.
House Rate.

WALcOTT1|
3 E. LYNCH
House Rate ..a
12 S8ELLA SmII
House Rates
24 JAMES PIKXu
House Rate ....
WARDO
10 SARAH SLA
New Services s
WARNER g
28 PHILOM]Z MN
House Rate .J,
Sewerage Ratlio
30 R. THOMAS
Stock & Canrrilar

WATErZA-i
6 ZOILA TAN I
House Rate .,
WILLI8ug
8 CLARENCE
House Rate .
WOODFOUM
9 ADELLA
New Pavemea
4 ALBERT LUd
HOUse Rate .
House Rate .i
16 VALARIEAR
W.&R. Water
20 W. H. MA
House Rate .
House Rate
House Rate
House Rate ,
Water Rate
Water Rate
Sewerage Rate
Sewerage Ra ti*.
Sewerage Rat.,
36 MARIE N. W
House Rate ,
House Rate ..
Water Rate ...,u
Sewerage Rates.
112 PUBLIC
Sewerage Rea
ZAMFIT U
1 FREDERICK 5 l
House to
4 GERALDINhd
YEARWoa"
Bel. Imp. Ra L
WOODBROOK
ALBERTs Ms
29 C. V. t
House Rate ...-i
31 ALFREDO
House Rate *
67 M. AUDREY
House Rate ,

ALFRXDO"
43 HUGH NIOU
House Rate ..J
24 JULIAN !1I
PETEBW
House Rates,
House Rate
Water Rate
Sewerage R
Sewerage Rad*,
ANA
9 EUPHEMA1 t
House Rat-
28 CARMEN
House Rate
House Rate
House Rate .f
Sewswofre al 5S
Sewers. RaUe
Water ate
Watst Rate L.
New Psyemgas
47 OLIVER W Ow
House Rate
Houme Bit*
Sewerage 3.5
Sewerage ,,,
Water ate
51 ROSALIE SMa
House Rate
12 ANNIE GRAWf
Sewerage RaW-ai


Szuwo **
House
House R
House R
House R a
HouMs R
Sewerage
Sewerae


Water b
Water i
Water R A
Water R
Water R
45 NUTRIA
Hous Ri
54 DORAC

10ORLAN


HoUm NOW I!"
House Tau,-*
Sewerage
wSter'W 1
Water Rate -
AI IA
S


a DRTCbf A
House Ralmato
26 JOHNNImI

a jomif j11
House RNate


IT A

Holse I
House


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1943 12.4
..... 141M 1124
1342 12.24
"- '.-..- 11M3 1,*0

1941 &

.1343 24430
i&L 1340 5.76I
te ....... 141 5.76
BM~lto _1342 5.74
2lEaK 19 6104




i m Vo,
10t 1 9411

it.s" 140 1.11
mlit**_-_- fiW &06


i Oi~t ...1941 13.22

..........1342 17.24
.at ...-..-..-. 13 22.0
aRate .. 1941 .4M
S Rate ........ 1941 3.1
.Rate ..-. 1942 1.04


ater .....940 1.21





kfraf ....... IWO 1.51
194e ... 1 1.39
134 3.... 194 3.00
C*euitt- 1941 1.00
CHUCKAREE
S .......... 1941 17 34
t ........... .1942 17.34
te 1913 21-40
L Rate ...... 1941 8.16
ft Rte .......... im .1
SRate* .... 1941 10.20
sate .......... 1942 10.20
Sater .. 1942 129
ICHUCKAREE





ate ...... 1942 3149
R late ........ 1943 37.60



p *Rate ........ 1941 10.2
Rate ..... 1 942 11.







IE ~ ~ 1.394,'
315~1. oe 1943 2.30
19A1.%10
|H|CHLCKRKE




.......... 1942 31934



i ate ....... 1940 10.03
. RatC....... 1942 21.04
tat ......... 1943 2 1.0







R to .............. 16 6.00
IOHAM STREET
W9. ORDK
*4.House .. 1943 32-04
laA. GIBBS

SR.ate ...... 1939 .141
at ............ 1940 10.037
t* .............. 1941 32.44
Rate ....... 1942 22.44
Sate ......... 1943 2 .40
I t :.... 939 4.16'


Rate ........ 1940 1.42
I Rate ........ 1942 13.2

tRote .....1943034.80
Stt ........ ...... 139 4.68
k ae.......... 1940 6.31
t tta ..........1941 13.20


late ....... 1942 13. 20
, STREET
M ...BURKETT
e -........- 1943 34290
t .........1943 36.20
tr ....... 194 6 1.14
DEMAS
te..... ..1943 21.00
te. ....... 1943 20.26
t .............. 1941 5.61
I te.............. 1942 6.80
1,Rate -.. .......... 1943 a. 00
I:It te ...... ........ 1940 2.97
at ......... I..... 1941 3'.301
. .e ........... .. 1942 4.001
p Rate (Prop.)
.................... 1938 1.24
JU Rate ...... 1939 2.64
Ra.eL........ 1940 2.64
1* Rate ........ 1941 2.64
r Rate 1942 3.20
HTENRY
Sate ....... 1943 21.20
HSTE ST1EBT


RCK........... 1943 24.00
ERICK
S....... 1943 2641
Rate ..... 1942 10.5M
SCarriage.... 1939 .36
g Water ....... 1938 1.04
SODEN
te ........ .. 1943 24.00
CUMBERBATCH
Water ........ 1941 1.44
Water ........ 1942 1.59
Bewerage 1.... 941 .50
SCespits .... 1939 .50
STRUET
SDURHAM
.....-... 1942 71.04
hte .......... 1943 83.60
R tte ....... 1942 41.80
Rate ........ 1942 33.44
QUILDON
jlustal..... 1940 111.29
......... 1943 21.60
TE
....t .......... 1943 21.80
O STREBT

o.te ........ 1943 3.00
LUMSDEN
R ate .............. 1943 43.20
I1t C. LYNCH
.............. 1943 10.40
MKATHISON
.............. 1943 26.40
t (Prop.) 1943 2.70
Rate (Prop.)
........ 1142 .24
1342 .24
Prop.) 1342 .60
... .......... 1943 4.50
MOog
............. 1942 21.60
1AN STREET
WORDE
a .... 1939 181.16
190.I12~
IJ RataLU .... 1340 101
S 134 14.70





R ............ 141 1.
STREE







............ 194154.OO



.::.. .....1" .0
S0, TMODORINI
.-----.......... 194 30.00


t .A .BROWN
.*" .......19413 80
irfOBPACX
342 26.50

Rate 29 4116.20
Ate _-_. ISO m3il


_--Son
,- 25U

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^an
--1
-be


KEL.LY-KENNY STREI
3 REGINALD GIBSON
House Rate 1943
b J. CHARLES
Sewerage Rate ........ 1942
Water Rate ........ 194!4
W. & R. Water ..... 1942
W. & R. Sewerage ,. 1942
KITCIIENER STREET
I JOHN NUNES
House Rate ........... 1940
House Rate ............. 1941
House Rate ............. 1942
Jiouse Rate ........... 1943
Sewerage Rate ........ 1940
Sewerage Rate ........ 1941
Sewerage Rate ........ 1942
Water Rate ............ 19::9
Water Rate ....... 1940
Water Rate .............. 1941
Water Rate .............. 1942
W.&R. Water ........ 1939
W.AR. Water ..... 1942
41 GEORGE CHLCKAREE
Houss Rate ............. 1942
House Rate ............. 1943
Sewerage Rate .... 1942
Water Rate .............. 1942
W.A&R. Water ...... 1936
W.A&R. Water .... 19:9
W.A&R. Sewerage.... 1942
I'IS STREET
5 ERNEST & AUGUSTA
HERNANDEZ
House Rate .............. 1942
House Rate ............. 1943
Sewerage Rate .... 1942
Water Rate ............. 1942
New Pavements .... 1943
67 CLAUDE BOYCE
House Rate .............. 1942
House Rate .............. 1943
Sewerage Rate .....: 1942
Water Rate ............ 1942
Stock & Carriage .... 1942
House Sewera .......... 1943
24 JOHN APANG
House Rate ............. 1943
McDONALD STREET
I LOUISA HOLDER
House Rate ............. 1942
House Rate ...........1... 943
Sewerage Rate .......1941
Sewerage Rate ........ 1942
Stock A Carriage .... 1901
17 FLORENCE HARRISON
House Rate .............. 1943
16 ASSEE MAILLARD
W. A R. Water ........ 1940
W. ft R. Sewerage.... 1942

METHUEN STREET
15 CHARLES
BR#THWAITE
House Rate .............. 1943


MURRAY STREET
4g F. & B. WILLIAMS
House Rate .............. 1943
4 BENJAMIN "
CUMBERBATCH
W. & Rft. Water ........ 1942
W. &t R. Sewerage.... 1941
38 C. CRAY
House Rat* .............. 19413
SALICE TANG
House Rate ............ 1943

O'CONNOR TRET
18 DOROTHY. LALSINGH
House Sewers .......... 1 13
32 E. R. ARINDEILL
House Rate ............. 1941
Houe Sewers ....-. 1943

PETRA 1T133T
I SCHOON NOEL &
MeLEAN FRANCIS
House Itate .............. 194
15 R. A. HUTCHNON
House Rate .............. 1943
56 LIONEL MON8BGUE
Houe Rate ..........1943
I GEORGE CHUCKAREE
House Rate ....... 1943
N MARIE DE ROSE
Houst Rate ............. 143
House Sewers .........- 143
M C. I. WOOD
House Rate ......... 194
8 JOSEPM MATHIEW
swerae Rats. ...... 1
M IWNA CLARK3
Houe Rate ......... 1914
-wea e Rate --- 14"


3.



11.3

flu
iR i


stack a niafa..w 191
House SevrT .._ 142 2- 1n 3
Kouse Sewetm .-- n33 XL3U16


!2
21-K
11.41 39
44

4.16
3.U4


W.&R. Water
W.&FR. Water __ u
toack & CRate 144
ANGCL tCAS
1'1 tuck & Ca"riB~i
Hou- Rate
House Rate -
Rate .......
T ARKNHENRIQUESa
House Rate ...,. ,. -ifm
73 AGNES WIU.LAMS
House Rate --.. 193
16 AGATHA T. GITTENS
miae Rate .......... l
oen Rate ........ a,
Water Rate ..... .. 1k:
48 GEORGR A. FORD
ewerag Rate ...1... 1
Sewert Rate ........ 141
Sewerage Rate ........ 1932
W. &R. Wat.- 141
3 CLAUDINE MARSHALL
House Sewers ...... 194
GATACRE STREET
13 JOHN NUNES
House Rate .........- 14
House Rate ........ 1i1
House Rate .... 141
House Rate ...........
Water Rate ........... 19
Water Rate ...-...... 194
Water Rate .. 1941
I Water Rate .. 1942
Sewerage Rate ....... 1931
Sewerage Rate .. ... t
Sewerr,* Rate ... 1941
Sewerage Rate ......194
13a C. NUNES &H.
HEARNE
House Rate 1942
House Rate .... 19'3
Water Rate ....... 194
Sewerage Rate .... .. 1942
W. & R. Water 1942
W. & R. Sewerage 1941
4a F. HARRISON & ORS
House Rate 1943
16 EZEKIAL THOMAS
House Rate ....... 1943
SAMBROSINE
ARCHIBALD
House Sewers ... 1939
HAMILTON STREET
HELENA GOMEZ
House Rate .. 1S943
Water Rate ...... ..1942
W.&R. Water 1942
12 SAMUEL THOMAS
CI.ARKE
House Rate .......193
HUNTER STREET
1 JOHN BARCLAY
Water Rate 1942
27 JOSEPH W. SAMAROC
W.&R. Sewerage .. 1947'
40 ALFRED RIGSBY
& ORS.
House Rate .......... .. 1942
House Rate ........... 1943
Sewerage Rate ...... 1942
Water Rate .. .... 1942


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Rouse Rat, -.....- 1341 4&0
BOMBAY STRaEmt
WINNIPfRUD MMRRAT
House Rate lU4 1946
LEONTINE LOWRY
House Rate .. 1-S4 7ITA)1
ARNIM LOWRY
House Rate ... :93 24.w
JAMES BATNE
House Rate ... 194314 Il
B01 NDARY STREET
MIRIAM I.E IS
House Rate ... .... :Q43 4.01'
SOONIA SANKLIUSINGtI
House Rate .. *3 *IS-l
BROAD STRI.T
At'GUSTINE ALBERT &
C A. ROACH TRUSTEI.S
House Rate .......1 .. 4 l10.1 .
CALCUTTA STRIl.TL
KENNETH & RALIPH
HUSSAIN
House Rate .. :43 64u
(ARI.ION AVEtNU iE
THE 0\.\;R
House Rate .... 143 1440'
Prop. Water Rate 1942 1.44
IRIS M GIBBS I
House Kate ......... 193 12.60i'

CHU RCH STREET
E HORPATT
Ilou.e Rate . 1943 13.6,.


73 1 FLORENCE WEEKS
6. House Rata ....... 143
Se ras Rate .. 14S
13.
79 MARY OLmIKRIER
210 Houase Ite.......... 14
Housf Rate .... 134
1A Sewerage Rate .... 11940
21.1 Sewerae Rate -- 1341
11.40 Sewerage Rate 193
Water Rate .....-... 1141
l84 Water Rate ....... 1942
3i.t W.&AR. Water 19.0
3.84
L3) 91 ALEXANDER
SERRETTE
269.52 House Rate .. ..... 3i3
House Rate ........ 1940
House Rate .......... 1941
House Rate .......... 1342
House Rate ....... 10
0 Sewerage Rate ...... 1 W
U.T0 Sewerage Rate ....... 194M
X70 Sewerage Rate ...... 1941
0 Sewerage Rate ....- 1942
S Water Rate . 1340
L?01 Water Rate "L.. 11
21.00 Water Rate ........... 1942
21.00 W. A Rt. Water ...... 142
14.401103 JOSEPH CHARLES
16.801 Sewerage Rate 1 12
16.0 2a HAMILTON BAPTISTE
16.80 House Rate ............. 113
House Sewera .. 194
i10 MARIE L NICHOLAS
22-41 House Rate .... 19!23
26.0! House Rate ............. 11
1323, Water Rate 1941
26 RHODA MORGAN
10.56 House Rate ..... 1943
1.31 M4 HELENA LONG
*<5i Water Rate ... ..... 192
3000i74a MANFRED ADAMS
House Rate .. 1943
60! 90 A. HUTSON
I House Rate 1943
96 HAIDEE WATSON
134. )5 House Rate .... 143
S100 ALICE ROACH
House Rate ....... 12
House Rate ...... 1943
Sewerage Rate 1942
:00 116 FLORENCE WEEKF-1


(COFFEE-WATER STRE!
IRVING HINKSON


": House Rate ... 1943 26.20 H1 tas Rate 1943
2 2 51 Sewerage Rite ...... 1942 10.28
158 P PHTPPS
3 1.0 Water Rate .............. 1942 4.P0 DEI.Iil STRIEET
21 VIOLA DYAtIL
ROSALINO STREET House Rate .. 1"43
3 BEATRICE REID 14 FRANC'S JARDINE
S 4.206 Water Rat,. ... 1942 10.20 House Rate .43
9 B THOMPSON &
S 4.50 L. SANKERALLI 18 WVILIAM CLARKE
Houtt' Rate .. 1943 36.00 House Rale 1943
15 WILLIAM SMALL W.&R. Water li'41
House Rate .... 1943 25.60 W. R. WVater 1442
2 150 8 ETHEL McKAY
3 1S.OO House Sewers 1943 20.14 DENGUE STREET
2 1224 IILDA & MABEL
2 R6J BOWEN 9 JOSEPHI WIIT.IAMSt
House Rate ..... 1943 12.00 liouse. Rate ..... I,43
ET i Sewerage Rate
tProp. r ........ 1938 22% ETHEli. STREET
Sewerage Rate ....... 1940 4,80
21 20 Sewerage Rate ........ 1941 4.81 23 A. IMOIIAMMFD
Sewerage Rate ...... 1942 4.0 tilousie Rate 1943
Water Rate ... 1942 6,0,) 31 HILDA KARATEE
1272 W. & R. Wet0r 1942 2.15 House Rat," 1943
I.)_0 26 IRENE WARNER 33 JOSEPHINE I.AQt'l
.30. House Rate ....... 143 4800 Hlouwe Rate 1943
S.75 44 IRIS .FT..LIS
House Rate ........... 1943 48.00 FINI.AND STREET
TRAGARTKE ROAD i LILY WILLIAMS
I.11.Ip Rate 1443
2193 31 MARFlT. PAILINE 27 JOSEPL RAMDEEN
21.933 WOOD House Rate 1943
21.93 House Rat ...... 1943 3200 29 JOSEPH RAMDEEN
25.80 5 GERTRL'DE WILLIAMS I House Rate 1943
1032 House Rate ......... 1943 40.83 31 FREDERICK HAILL
10.32' Houseseatet 1.3
10.32 7 JOHN NUNES Housi Rate 1943
11.61 Houae Rate ........... 1940 1.37 FAE o .
House Rate ............ 1941 61.37 FRASER STREET.
11.61 Houste Rate .......... 1Q42 61.37
12.90 House Rate ........ 1943 71.201 BI'SIf AI. &
12.90 Sewerage Rate ........ 1940 2888 Ct1 KltEI.I:AN
2."89 Sewerage Rate ... .. 1941 28.84 Hospe Rnt,' 194.1
1.33 Sewerage Rate ....... 1942 28.88 Water Rate .... 1942
Water ate ............ 1939 32.49
22.10 Water Rate ............ 1940 32.49 GITHTRIE STREET
26.00 Water Rate.........1941 3R.101 I AR
10.40 Water Rate ........ 1942 36.10 SAM ET.PITCHARD
5.20 W. & Af. Water ....... 1139 1.04' House Rote .... 1943 1
104 W. & R. Water ...190 1.16 15 REATRICE GOME.14
4.76 W. & R. Water ....... 1941 10.76 House Rat* ........1943
.50 W.A & R. Water ......... 1942 4.79 J N TR
79 GEORGE GIBBS- JOHN STREET
House Rate ............. 1939 408
House Rate (Prop.) 1939 21.08 2 ARCHIE HOLDER
House Rate .......1940 3060 'House Rate ...... ....1943
House Ra te.............. 1941 30.60 9 ANTHONY EMANUEL
2023 House Rate .............. 1942 30.60 House Rate .. ........... 1943 1
23.80 House Rate ............ 1943 36.00
9.52 Sewe;'ap 4tate ...... 1939 16.80 KARNDAIIAR STREET
11.90 Sewerage Rate ........ 1940 14.40
873 Sewerage Rate ......941 14 40 41 MABEL BIT.o0O
Sewerage Rate ........ 1942 14.40 House Rate .......... 1943
25.50 Water Rate ....... 1933 l18.90 0 K
30.00 Water Rate ............ 1940 16.20 a40 ,s OOKDEO
12.00 Water Rate .......... 1941 18.00 h s Ra ........1..43
15.0A Water Rate .............. 142 18001 KATIHLEEN 8TREET
1.0F W.&R. Water ........ 1941 .31
42.0 Stock & Carriage.... 191 1.081 2a THE OWNER
W. & R. Seweraev.... 112 .0 House Rae .............. 1943
81 GEORGE GIBBS H e Rte1
30.00 House Rate.........1909 20044 LONG CIRCULAR ROAD
House Rate ....... 1340 25.50
House Rate .............. 1941 25.50 1 IVOR RYCORDE 0.
House Rate ............. 142 2.50 HART
House Rat ............ 1943 31.00 Water Rate 1942 1
11.22 Sewerage Rate ........ 1939 9.60 ..........
13.20 Sewerage Rate ........ 1940 1'.00 IVOR RYCORDE 0.
&28 Sewerage Rate ........ 1941 12.00 HART
5.28 Sewerage Rate ........ 1912 12.00 Water Rate ............ 1942
1.08 Water Rate .............. 19,9 10.80
Water Rate ............19. 0 I.K.n. T IVOR RYCORDE 0.
Water Rate ....... 1941 15.00 HART
23.60 Water Rate ..........1.... 12 15.00 Water Rate ............ 1942
W. & R. Sewerae.... 1939 .751
1.3 W. At R. Sewerage .... 1040 161 41 W'. & F, HII.LEBRAND
1.28 W.&R. Sewerave.... 1941 .75 House Rate ..........' *1943 a
W. & Bt. Sewerage.... 1942 1.28
Stock & Carriage.... 14M .34 l0 a DORIS HILARIO
Stock & Irttawa 1941 .36 Stock & Carriage 1943
97 REATRTCU- RIQUR
House Rate ..1.43 4100 I'CKPORT STREET
.0103 MANFRP'D ADAMS
38.001 House Rate .. 1943 1040, 1 MADOO DWARIKA
115 E. P.. & A HERNANDFI House Rate 1943
House Rate . 19'2 23 486
House Ha- .. 1943 27 60O
Sewerage Rate .. 1041 1104
13.00 Seweraeve Rate 1942 11 n4
Water Rate 1942 1380
123 TOT;IISA PARROW
S-werag"e Rate ... 19'2 994 A
.30 Water Rate ... 1912 11 30
1.00 11 ALFXANT-,'R A.
BROWN
36.00 House Rate 'Prop.) 1M41 74 f
3 House Rate 1942 3570
Hoitiae Rate ....... 1943 4203 1
40.2 Sewerage Rate 1
(Prop.) 1... 1941 4.80
Seweraee Rate ....... 19'1 2 1
Water Rate ..... 1941 1080
Water Rate ....... 1242 250 Ol
House Sewera 1942 IQ0t
31.03 House Sewers 1942 39.04
S WARREN STREET
U a N. & M MOORE
IHouse Rate .. 1943 1380 offers you C.C
W'RIGB ON ROAD NOI --Buy goods in thi1
amiil on. dlit
8 VINC.NT (T'MR1B. cluding Iran
PATCH & M. RODNY luin ran
14.40 House Rate ....... 1943 03 .o IT'S ELONOMICAL -
Hou seSewers 141 1707 S er'i.Ol y
13.00 er n.. l
iTS EASY to ship C.O.
19.20 BST. JAMEKS prers.
15.60 AGRA STRIKT IT'S QUICKER I A
2&0o0 K. LASALj.v
M.31 House Rat _I i 13 so 6 Richmond Street
18.o0 1 04. Srlot m 24
180 Rass1i.ns t......154 13.60 _____
2.8 RAT ROAD
120 1 RASOOL_ MORAMMEID


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M tHV' M OWMaX
SW. & IL. Water...... 190 I.
IS.30j SADSLR ROAD
l T7 IVPAN CHAMAN
Stlak f CarrW ae .... 1342
100 MAU'D WXITER
Met '"d Sap ... 1942I$ .
HO, VERDANT AVKMKI
TH.f OWNER
W.AR Water ..143


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W' & R. Water
AV. A R, Sewerage ....
15 .1OSVPH GOINDOO
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ASS@lATI@N

REDUr4 ED RATES

OF INTEREST ON LOANS 04 MORTGA,4
'NIPIR Una to Io
Cu we" t SLOWito sum 4at%"wm
Os teams fars at fLt- (a e SOams upwrufs of atom toonatssa ra1e Mu
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THIS 40.PA01E COOKBOOK CONTAINS

L92 Tested Recipes Illustrated baking i
methods Valuable information on i
makingg and measuring Temperature charts
*Illustrated directions for baking with a coal pat
Todayl Clip tl ad Oe soe it w your nae and ydmae IWtSC....


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Babies first, please!

So manyv Uttle mites depend for their bealhk^

and often their very lives- on Nestle'. MUI;,..,


Time sad ain, wbn aevarhia
eta boo fhwled. Nnts Milk has
bwls a boay child ftom a tiny.
wutd% baby. The mOW deltse
btt @tma -- m weak dhat erd-
Inry milk is cut of lbe qustioa
-m skbmeb the um amuhab-
mum i nme dl uik dua orm.
ANi % N MI tbql Ahot to-
67, ow- i6 m c your g wu

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for Nesr'it Milk unless you need
It for some ditcult baby
There il 0 subatitte fir mdlk
in the food of baby, *ad ?4&sd*%
Alilk Is milk at Its best. Al th
cream tn it, stl the uaeamml
Nothing but wmez u taken i
Ridc him milk is prepwam jbtali, ......
hoii bib, smew cam bibwi h-1 m d -
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PATN A STRLi':T
1 JOHIN McDONAIID
THOMAS
*28. House Rate 1943
ROMEO STREET
11 .1. H ('I.AIRMONTE
,,80 House Rate 1944
]50 ro Water Srrvie
Rate. 1942
6g0o' &.4,: STREET
3600 ( CIARI.F} PETERKIN
.36 House Rate .. 1943
1Lau SALIAZAR STREET

7 BI.ANCl'E REECE
House Rate 1943
6 011 16 WIU1.IAM GR.NT
House Rate 1943
WESTERN MAIN ROAD
S 47 RAMPERSAD) MAJIARAI,
12,00 House ate 1 19S3
"1 A JOSFPIH RAIMDKEN"
54,00 House Iatr 1943 1

101 IRVING; WHITE
Hou-e Rate .. 1913
1480 131 H i A P' PERSAD
t House Rate .. ... 1943 1
133 B. ,., & P. PERSAD
7A00 Huuse Rate ........ 1943 1
1680 167 F,. I TASSAI.C
House Rate ........... 1943 1
-2 ELKANNAH WIGGINS &
ORS,
,0 House Rate ........ I43
3,60 74 MABEL E. A CLARENCE
F. HORDATT
House Rate ....... 1943 1
1 90 N. NABIEN & M. ALI
16.00 House Rate .............. 943 I
3.60 102 EVA ATKINS
House Rate ............. 1943
178d DANIEL ROSTANT
House Rate ....... 1943
3.00
WOODFORD ROAD
16.00
11 VIOLA SHEPPARD
House Rate ........... 1943 1
17 FLORENCE M BROWN
.60 I-Houlse .Rate ............. 1943 1
23 T PrERSAD
14.40 House Rate ............. 1943


CAROLINE GOU'AH
House Rate .. 1943
CHIMSAM.MY
Hous Rar .e 1.43
JOHN I.. MARK
H.use Rate .... .. 1943


MAMRAS S "'U?
19a JosEPHINEU tLQUL
Howe Rate .. I43
U AUOUS" KNILs
Itose Rate ..... 4I
nb -ANNA* "RACIS
Hoate Rate .. 1143
tARY STREEtK
46 .Lj*-'lS TIMOTHY
ltk MOONErRAM SrREKT
T IONGFE
Ho'.ae R:s ..... 1943
9 CATTOO
House Rate I43
:3 THEU-MA CRi,-.
Houws Pate .. 1943
341(' URAPO ROAD
13 MARIE ROrSSAC
HIouse Rate 143
ISa WTI.LTE AMPR ALI
53 *.1',fPH 1, SHANNON
H usc Rate 14
V. W Water 1941
V R Sewerage .. 1941
Stlock & Cardiage. 1942
Stock & Carriear 1941
91 AL'VIN STEPHANIE
FI'NG
Stock & -C'arriAg' 142
10 HiERBERT MOORE
House Rate 190
Water Rate 1942
10 PANCHITA WILKES
House Ratei .. 194 3
PANKAR 1. LANK
l21b Til.: OWVNER
\Va\er Rate Prop.l 1942
PARK AVENUE K
1 THIEOLORE WILLIAMS
HIuse Rate 1941
Itu.e Rite Propl 1942
Water Rate tProp) 1942


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VICTOR RECORDS
Just a Few Sampes o? Our B,*e Asorttmnt--
BEEThOVEN: Empew r Cenieete ......... New l.t40
BRAHSi: symephlee V. 2 ....... .New
TSCHIIAIKOWSK I Syvnphea N., s .......... New 1mw
O RIG : Peer Gynt Slite ..... Nw 1 4.
USFt : !lutgarian Fantamtsa .... New ST
VICTOR DN('g RECORDS Nw
NEW SHIPMENT JUST OPENED.


Sole Disributo"r
GENER-AL SUPPiIF.S LIMITED
.j *IFNRY STREET HOW *416
OUR ONLY SUB-AOGET IN TRINIDAD 1
A KHAN, Asn lemrnando,

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M8: CACAnD-
-' ( ASCADE ROAD
2. M a A GARCIA
Water Rate ........ 133
Water Rate ...... 111s
31Sd 1. E. THEODORE
Stoek &Carritge 134S 1
$&0Q 4UROSE LEWIS
I Water Rate 14U 1
3000 34 MAX VALUADARKE
..i Water Rate 131 13
S" Water Rate .. I4 11
41 S'ock & Carrage 142 1
-W. R. Sewerage 1042 1
m M POTTER
L Stock Carrtge 14S 1
2 RnUVRRSIDrE ROAD
21 J Water Rate 1940
I I0 Water Rate 1941
0 StT. ANN-S ROAD
M05b IILIAM H St'OTT
LIMITED
S Water Rate 1941 4
S Watet Rate 123 a
A 26a THE OWNER
Water Rate 1941
Water Rte .1942
128 MATTHEW GRACIEN
14(01 WVa'er Ra'e 1'4"
4 p3 \a*le Rate ... 1942
76 EDITH INNISS
iVat er Rate 1,M
Water Rate ....... 19.9
Wel'-I Rate .. 19'0
Waler Rate 1.... 41
I Water Rate 1912

14,54 % D1"lll INNISS
WL'str Rate ., 149121

[ VMON.D,'nI AIoI.EY ROAD
4.4. 11PTH INMS5
Vater Rate 1942
244. SVMONWrS IAt.I.F.Y ROAD
i 2a 4ERNAItINF IPIFRRF
I0 Water Rate 1942
VAI.I.E.V ROAD


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I LOAtL NEWS


Votmnist Sees

Relief As Subs

P|reet depression of thee Col
SIMaiment of eWtates in many a
[. ulatowa.-tie plente which brea
I hyscesed difficultles In their
eildito which follow abandon
S1 his annual report for 1943 on t
*1 'vlaMon of thi co-operative work n
dad Oovernment in conjunction w
Official conaideritlon Is now
bee given to the posslbilIty of
tiu-up a committee compris-
i smem ra of the Health De-
=rtment, the Department of Ag-
iculture and the botanical section
consider the problem, an well
aU the possibility of tormulatinz a
Vlicy that would obviate the
S malaria hazard which has !ol-
lowed on earlier cocoa policies.
"There Is a large and Interest-
Ila field of detail here." the re-
port continues, 'concerning the
relation of the practices and con-
dition of the cocoa industry in
reation to the malaria problem.
The following three points are
highly significant:-
% Cocoa can be grown under
conditions radically different from
those used in Trinidad. Indeed.
abade trees are not necessary at
all-at least in other countries
nor indeed on the wetter arc-.s of
Trinidad.
"(21 The use of Immortelles In
Trinidad has been crltlcised on
purely agricultural grounds, and
here is a body of agricultural
ep tion which has recommended
that shade trees be reduced or
entirely dispensed with.
"(3) The industry st present is
in such a poor state that a com-
plete rehabilitation of nearly all
estate& Is called for, and the A'ri-
-cultural Department is planning
for extensive replanting This re-
plaUtt.g affords an opportunity
or the Introduction of o!her shad-
ing practices. It must be reallsed
that the mere cutting down of
hmortelles on contemporary es-
tates is out of the question. To
grow cocoa without shade trees.
the cocoa must be more closely
planted than It is at present with
ahade trees. To dispense with I'-
mortelles Involves the complete
replanting of the estates, b.hot as
we have already seen. thil Lk
being contemplated by the Agri-
cultural Department.
"It ishopedthat in the coming
tear It will be p,).'ible to ftnn i
committee, comprisin menitbers nof
the Health Department. the De-
Spartment of Agrlculture and the
botanlcal sectio-. ito consldrl the
problem, a. well .is tlhe po;t-
b tlty of formulating a pOlicv t-th;'
would obviate the malaria haitrd
which has fo'.lowed on niltr
cofoa poncips"
"It should hbe stressed here,'
the report conclude, "fishat al-
although It. is poasslle that, ;>av-1
- ttg or even ?clect(i'e mai.nirn
Sreminoval of the brnmreltas miy
ofove (ffeytwv tPchi;ques fori a
Airect approach to Olro'itn.;lh hei
present malaria con.:itonns. their
vtlue would never comparer wthl
that of a change In a-riciltira!
PracUtice whlch wotiuld natiuraliy re-
Move the very basis on whiclh
fie disease rests at present.
"Muanural removal or spray kill-
i m, en If carried out with the
: e thortoughmes will always
v tse fundamental problem un-
toulched. This fundamental prob-
1em Ia the ecological structure of
"tBr cocoa estates, the natural
consequence of which iP t heavy
rtmneliad and broneliad ann-
phellne population However long
R may take a completely cleaned
area to become infested. there Is
no doubt that, ultmateilv this re-
Infestation will take place and
Our expensive control titlinds
must be repeated Certainly the
economic usefulines of spraV kill-
ing or nfanutal removal dneltend-
S the fact thatht there WII r,
some time aBg b'efoie ro-
Infestatilon 1N sertwo "
"ity Lodgce Sorrow
For Deceased Memcrvirs
I)dges throughno.it 'h '' find
suburbs were repreAetiti d; a.
"Lodge of Sc'frw held by neniu
bers of tne crutttlh Star Liodg,.
No. 28, at St. James last StndaN
afternoon, in rn'mrbneiTn f i iv,
former members o'! the( limc whv
diled within the past tew months.
Forming up near the lodgeiroom
scc'res of perniols joined in a pro-
cessilon returninR to the room,
where hymns were sung, and the
ceremony conducted

TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO.


A. B. WRIGHT.
Acting Goveruor.


Bye-laws mad e by the rough Co
June. 1M44, under the prvinlom
Corporation Ordtinance. Ch.i 30.

1. These Bye-.wa may be cit
went) Bye-laws. 1944. and shall be
kete Bye-laws, 1934.
v. The Second Schedule to thi
hereby amended by adding there
paragraphs (c) and (d) respectively
OROUrND SPACI OR STA
VUOETABLIB:

:wa.eoft exceeding 200 in number
S"fticeeding 200 but not exceeding
'_ xeding 5 B but not exceeding
.9 *.o Wevery 100 above goo00 in nu


Local Cocoa

idy For Malaria

only's cocoa Industry, Involving the
L ., has led to increased bromeltad
1 the mosquilto, anopheles bellator-
removal owing to the semi-wild
lent, writes Mr. C. 8. Pittendrgh
ie botanical section of the Malaria
now being carried out by the Trinl-
rith the Rockefeller Foundation.


Newspaper

Articles Offend

B'doS. House

Trinidad Guardian Correis,imondent
BRIDGETOWN. Barbados, Aug.
26 -Jealous of its rights and
privileges, the Barbados House of
Assembly last Tuesday appointed
an eight-man Select CocimIttee
to decide whether articles appear-
ing In the "Barbados Advocate" of
August li and 17 constituted a
breach of the privileges of the
House. The committee will also
decide what action, if ,>ay, should
be taken in the matter.
Before the Orders of the Day
were entered upon, His Honour Mr
Speaker informed the House that


he considered it his duty to draw two overturn d 14-ton railway waggons gives an ides of V
to the attention of the House cer--wag -
tain articles which appeared in the __ ___
Press on August 14 ,nd 17. He
thought after the articles had been Unreliable Once-A-Week Parades
read they would agree with him To Show Their Worth
that there was some ground for
mrstdering whether the articles VVl u Trinidad Guar.dan Correspondent
were a breach of privilege of the SAN FERNANDO, Aug 28-
House and whether a Select C D ism issed e of the 3rd Battali:n.
mitce should go into the matter Trinidad Regiment. stationed
1rod advise the House. I -D, Mr 1 S LS .<~ somewhere in the South, with
On a 14-3 decision the House ... t-- their band. parade through
decided an i tppoi ed an eight- T,-inidad Guardian 'orrespundent. thle principal streets of San
mat c 1mmittee to go ilto h SAN FERiNANDO. Aug. 2I. Ac- Fernando one 6my in each
mattter___ cepting Mr. R. C. Archbald's view weeK C
.that the evidence of the police and The "Trinidad Guardian"
ST their witnesses was uterly unrelia- has been informed that thep
T.B. Reaction es ble, Mr. F. J. Can ,who presid- parade will be continued forI
I- ovuer the Magistrate's Court some time to show the public
For Censors Staff hee, nequitteid Princhan id unse. the efficiency ef the regiment.
orC n osSaf a Debe rurnshop-keeper, his wife L ......,r ..
Responding to tile call, the and another nin for off encesT Gnld R M v Get
I .land-wide health t anlpaign, the at ,r closing holuNtI..I.G.R. ove oo
sta of the operial Censorship unsee and his wife app ared
here will present themselves at then tfto aclusain os of .B iitg rumI .S. Rn llin e Sto
request f Dr Stanton Gilmour. aftr .' r, was o
British MinLtrv of Health's TB asiso alleged to have kept his prem-
speriatintoe a skit rHealctlh Tt .iopen i. whl ti Lfecharar.singh. e Ngotia'ions have been started
tinlolrrw ev'ittg at L Cari- the other s mnt a f( caused of between the Trinidad Government
bran ITedicral Centre A radio,'raph being fouiid on licensed' i premises Railways e nd the U. authorities
test will be taken bv il e staff on ifter closing hours here, for transfer of surplus U S.
Friday morning at th ,ael missing thl complaint the rolling stock, the "Trinidad uar-
centrei magistrate s;aid that the polce wit- dian" learned yesterday.
etrne.se's flatly ontra(icted each Rolling stock will include loco-
otter. moves and flat cars which, itf
N 'an Dies ter ie charges are badly ad if Itheobtained, will be used as attnd-bys
Mean isiter d levinceliborlet" trenindly s- Ty e "Guardian" wae also informed
traute 'id As 'tldti for the that, the 'nIgnidad Government
Repo rted] Attack Idetucha uts sbmi' l O' Ie evidenre Railways will receive in the very
.eW ., his ii t t'o"lh nreliabh le, Cuian ntradhu' near future. 50 motor omnibuses
honla e ani t n-tot', andT cu nnuti n 'lat the de- from the United States to replace
S .,,ll Rampr totie a Caro- fetldaiti "umomnibusesa which l ,ive been in
pital arl Monda t morn int Huf- Tie i s wnre la id y lAlc- portionn for as long as 10 years,



pitlo n ___ early Monda mortito aclvit- ~ _fthocy__Mr___.__eI t e Fis
feetng f rom in jutrites about tihe o p ra M uy 2
head and Tbod, died at the sai( c FINEI) $29
unstltitiltlun t night. ANNIV.,N,.R FETE Failing in his desire to get
Ranporsaud, it. I reported, as l roasted crn which he sought to
oe tinualaiversar of the Trn-purchase from ite Marson, lewist
ked up on the caron road after Idad Invincible Friendly Society oflomes showed his displeasure by
he had left a party in the dttrict Woodb1rook will be celebrated with breaking up two coalpota and dam-
His face, t a stated, had been bat- a service to be held at the Tran- aging a hat by flr.
Thre lieyod rve qustion. d tw q11lty Methrcdist Church next' Convicted on accusations tf ma-
The police h~ve qstinned two Sunday and a function at he licious damage and making use cf
people connection with the in- Ptince's Building on Friday, octo-obscene language he as ordered
cdent. ber 8. when activities of the'societv by Mr. W. J. Andre In the First
-dirhig the past months will be ou- P'olice Court on Monday t, pay $29
lined to members, foe. costs and compensation.
Police Find Three ... ..........ne
Serviceable Tyres -
Dluring th, course of the past-
few day,, :he Carenage police have -
f, rd Three usable t~te~s
Oin Thursday last a Marathon














Ii WDIGPEET
tmotor-car t1re, wl.thl wheel at-
tarhcd, s '700 1 20 and bearing
'erlal nutiber'C 1373r, ,as found at
jouln F'ull mttir-car tyre, wi' B
Shi:T' A'hlel attacItit, size 550 x 161
Ssertal nuil.)e E- 26, :' ,gstra i t
lumber NK"22-ti000: 2, was ,ounduO S
oil 'he Western Main tioa.l. Tie.,
ot hier all.) picked ii" on theWestern
13:, ai Roiudt 'tu i a DtiI,,) la caVY
(titu y tvpe, sire 6'650 2l) cjl, ral
1nunuber effact'ed, regis'rtat.u onton-
bar M189-1.
MR. CIHU CIHILL RETURNS
LONDON, Aug. 29 (Reuter) Mr
[Churchill is osack Il Britain after
hls visit t.. Italy. He arrived bj,
air early ivnls afternoon.





mdll of Arema an the th day of
is of section 206 of the Arima
No, It. W e invite our customers toinspect

ed as the Arith Markilts (Amend- our. carefully selected Stock on Friday

Iea armsMornewththe-lawsm. Mar-,s Sept. 1, when we shall reopen.
eArima, Markets Bye-laws. 1934 is
to the following paragraphs as
LL. RENT FOR FRUIT AND We uffer the f'''"'"'9'
WEDDING PRESENTS
... .. et. PARKER PENS
Ig IN00 In number 12 cents. 0 MANTLE CLOCKS.
"SROOi In mtttr Ac 15 ents.


umber .... .... 3 cents.


at exceeding 100 In number .... .... ....
Sexeleng 100 but not exceeding 300 in number
Exceeding 300 but not exceeding 00 In number
-v.A1,i AA WObut not *vexe.n SAfn 4.No ,innumber


cents.
cents.
cents.
ents.


F or every 100 above 800 in number ....... 2 cents.
. Plantains, banaiis., ground provisions, For esery 100 Ibs.
vegetables and Irults other thnu oranges and or part thereof.
Sgrapetruitt 6 cents.
(4) AROUND SPACE FOR SALE OF FISH IN MOTOR VEHICLES.
.,r every motor vehicle not exceeding 21 tons ..2t cents per day.
maximum gross weight.
'or every motor vel,icle exceeding 21 ton 4S cents per dity.
S, maxmltum gross welglit.
These abye-law' shall rome into force on the 1st September, 1944.
41Mde by the Borou;;!h Council ot Artma on the 30th day of June.


LI
Clcrk,


C. I. 3JOS. DE OANNEK,
Mayor.


* WALL CLOCKS
* HAND BAGS
* ELECTRICAL FITTINGS
* BABY'S GOODS
* CUTLERY SETS
* DIAMOND RINGS
* SURPRISES, etc.

See Our Nightly Displays


Y. De Lima & Co.

Port-of-Spain Son Fernando
SIIINHitU'r it rtiiiguiiiriiuiiiiliinmniiwii ttiiiitiiiiitilwniiirinim iiii niiim -ii


re force of t, The wiad.


Medical School

To Open Here

October
Opening of the Caribbean Medi-
cal Training School, originally
fixed for September 1, has been
postponed until October, the "Tri-
nidad Guardian" learned yesterday.
Expected to attend th- function
is Mr. Charles Taussig, C0-chalrman
of the Anglo-American Caribbean
Commission.
Dr. Thomas Parraii,. Surgeon-
General of the United States, has
been invited to attend, and it is
understood that senior medl(,-l
ottic: Is of neihbourlng islands
will alsa be making the trip for
the opening.
ON LEAVE
Mr. L. E. des Ties. Chief Poor
Relief Inspector, is rcpor',dI to be
on short casual leave. He is ex-
pected to resume duties on Sep-
tember 4.


meat its willing to grant this Col-
ony a greater meawe of 4e060ra-
tic goernmnt;
"And whereas many sons of this
Island have already given their
lives o that democracy and Justice
may reign supreme in the world;
"And whereas, en the other hand
the policy of the local Oovernmnt
of this Colony for the put few
years Appears to be to take away
from the democratically-elected
administrative bodies ct this Col-
ony, such as this Council, all rights
and authorities, and to vest these
In committees, boards and commis-
slons wholly nominated by Govern-
ment;
"And whereas this practice say-
ours of Fascism rather than Demo-
cracy. and is not limited purely to
we' emergency departments:
"Now be it resolved- ,
"(1 That this Council express Its
disapproval of this policy of the
local Government.
"(2) That this resoluttcn be
transmitted by cable to the Secre-
tary of 8tate for the Colonies."

Acting Governor
Guest At Dance
Headed by His Excellency the
Hon'ble A B. irleht. Acting ,'o,-
ernor. and Mrs. Wright, hundreds
of persons attended the Marine
Police dance at the Prince's Build-,
ing last Friday night. His Excel-I
lency was met by senior members
of the inspectorate needed b"' Chief
Inspector Kelly.
Also present were Lieut.-Colonel
Erskine Lindop, Acting Commis-
sioner of Police, and Mrs Lindop,
and Mr. Kenneth 0. Robert&-Wray,
Legal Adviser wo the Colonial Office
and several high-ranking police
ffmclals,
Until a late hour His Excellency
and party joined in dancing, for
which the music wa' supplied by
the Police Band under Lieut. R.
Dennison.
DIED
Daisy Haynes, of St. Joseph, died
at the Colonial Hospital on Mon-
day where she had been taken
earlier in the morningg suffering, it
is reported, frcm injuries about
th: stomach.


it -


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on my job I certainly need
a bath soap that's super...
That's why I always use


ODEX



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Yeai lndeedthe activelather
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feeling refreshed and re-
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Doom k .sWWs to keep Io e
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Short Sleeves, Round Neck __- $1.34


GENrTS POLO SHIRTS
Long Sleeves, V Neck -____ $1.82


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Short Sleeves, Round Neck ._ $2.16


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FERNANDEZ (1933)

(Ice House Grocery)'


I suffer from


lCommon constipatios
LY^ has often been
traced to a Vitamin
B-Complex deficiency,
These. are the vitamins which are
naturallysupplied byFleiscbmasn's
Jresh Yeast. Take regularly.

iileischmann's Yeast is one of the richest
natural sources of the Vitamin B-Complex.
Take twice daily, half hour before meals...
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PERSEVERANCE


TONIGHT


OE. Midweek COCKTAiAI
ond SANCE.


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Disastrou Hurricane9 Sweepe Jamaica-GO ve


Hit by the mst disastrous hnrrltate expertmeed Im the Caribbeau within recent year, Jamaeca
suffered heavy looue in life and property. Moe th S* penm ar be.ileved to have been killed
and damage to property hm be put at me than 1l0ee. Pcrs abo give ve rme ide
of the eCtenive havoc wrought At top right, Ue Methodjt Church at Hope Bay, Porta-ld, on
the north coa-t Is hown blown to the ground by the hr ne on Sunday, August 20. Roof, walkt
with sta, ined gL- w indows are all m hed flat. At left, all In a row, blown down by the wind.
arc the trtie on a coconut plantation on the north ecMt near Maelhional. typical of the de-.
ti.ction to the (ul.vatio Water added to the detrnetlo, by the w;nd. At bottom right, the his-
toric Olivler Bridgt, taurd after Lord Ollvier whea he wi Goavernor of ,iamaloa. ha, tw" sipena
wahed awavy by tie turbulent Johnson River. This b ldg is o01 Se arterIal road from King tWn
at> the sut. With tho hurre'.-. 'wehifn. a vdaitffv ne lea mb.l .r r ]tl t h Uthi nieturn (lefti of


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W. J. BOOS
Clerk, Kxecutve council.


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r'+,;" :TRINIDAD GUAIDIAJ, W MDNlTDAT, ASlUGUT M, 19K1A. L

t Studies Plan Commn nded Cameraman Says He Paid ^S^ beam I % 5<" WHITEN
al Centre At Morvant Rent On Percentage Basis ,W D& YOUR SKII
Syndication of their desire to Improve social and After demanding a lo oodw. Herbet Charl 0 Pota-Pr Rd. it coailk
Bt Morvit by h oYidift further, _a ltIe nthe eventually decideed to saub-Mt part of No. S0 Park .t.. at hirt.akh i IV.oi T. U IApply DIOXb _1_'_r
Asess4 was eepored yesterday Bto be c r of tloter e"-oib maker, ao.____n ______ -onAppl yu3! O@ @U u u \na
ci. through t hatocial Welfare Depar fun s u eb-teuant. Arthur w a e pbotonR paid hm an rental 1 I per ht! s I itci SMas
al at d imun.ty Centr that. r c. ient of aIl proft s t hi Ophot.o.nhlo busns. I h pleasant but fL 4ak, d In
it. is ated, calls__--_---+----w '.__, yesterday. Sought ,lto_"_ he_._, t I4 se.;Osoe'------_--_______ t.e "-o- I-'- "
K~~~~d~~~lan.~~~av th wt t .^ *^^ Sj ^ f~B""ue metal matesed oncf .- -- i 1 iL-_-1 ad 4a- Now Day so4 I< be seve WW"^ *^.B h~r-Wf. Ikylc
S mat rer ft f* Cou to tBAdf U r anl t l od there Pilt Stork Cedese lr. y l r ea ad a Goodwin mwasA* n I.sM.C. r.B1,O11A.. r I0 ..
^B|piUrr atrntyVourt Ojrders ^ -*AlS- Assessment Board of other opid~l; *Jas-CeSLelerbe Wero ishd saaft ter, end

ag +. w tho. ion wh ch e aid 1, eslm"
u. be ce To Clipper 3' Ophtholmic Optician G<*.WI

m^ti Lewess Tyoks amtora .. .. y "
E ^ -fi Is--fr ttqdglc* pis^ I ^
which t recent 18.50 the siklUed wporkeof r Andre In the outt Polie Court v- IB1 Meond. monI, 9Iw ll gv its s ths ou stanced -thism D y. _.e II ,, ,a Wet .- Th, ,, ,ee t, ,, P... A
.fUtlisupport OfsM- the d~v wh L ^*SiB~'^' afternoon. swift e l lvth Amerinipper tRa! WACR POWDE | and y tnlB


^EFS-e'leett- W ... :-- Abdu] Hauled ul*ZHIB K' nOti^y the lllht bil and a~thouhI .the hotel where the couple ;l Ie1"-r ....... | Dr **" j. McKenzie s J (+ *ei amn f
iAn effort to a t own W evelf b C, lu .Isa f A ascrst A in tropical dlA- II rd-orto nhleplpcncere O.Pn metreea. j r, t rs
wywhnadaughter wsto er box


ZI a t thenm L'Ahel. Tyltre .,. J. t II e B, a oToU Aerhe Beia neav o( ,l~s| Hoi.e bpUt por n, PW. _
Atte o Sehte lemontr a tbth o the wife of Dr. Jorge Suarez nMdm'Terc A oaitATE
rfe ia- v e o twonumbr. motor.w'r' '. anpert, a wco sts. book" ml acco-r I.ok,. tuoB a of th L aOfce or the Co-ordlI- 1, M Wrh S r, Bl- : knc (or Deep-Seated Lw'b t0sincnc 6 Roomo LavatoryG
thenestInIAueoard w fori acheo uriaair Dr. HEEleBO- -ET.0PFRSON CANNOTh FO SA"E
..WT's oudeee by ar.e. t.atithe ir h Chre s oaAr e that o P an ccFeler.rG
sie w, allgred wa ementhr:rel ahedl Man.- Drn d auer ft act",toal thatDagt- a a n t .
itedwot.re ty. Coarles however, did deto red the baby himself in ..eh Thee Dc w clnA LI v i --
rSOervicesf reeeuo thu e light bill nd Although the hotel where the c PI L Thee r i .. lt | IS iAND
on effort to as"r owner pleaded guilty to having. inLewis paid up, his lights werew ere. Ufl ,ndn FA 0ETORANII 3 aCa S
r rh e ro eventually cut off. A specialist in troica die. Fitz-Clarenc* Spencer, EX PECTO R ANT M pCIR I

ht a lt saa T te n" h-mber.si o tyrese d ofs the tird mothal e asest. ahe doctorate Invita the Bad t tortnr Ho use=To be the Best Remedy of ts Hol bilt of Ston
appeas t he rn orei e uhter &ainWexamining the books. dnon of the Offle of the Co-ordr- 14. Marine yuare etl t-a io th kind for| Deep -Seated in Room AL evalr
forl volur n taryw M rh..Eg ...... to. woA. Charles horlectasedx2-0ariid 0 ntro ng ~ js.terA ercn fa irs B.C.t C "w Ildideal Tol 11. r hCOUGn IH S i gand COLDS Storroo. Sial O rren atl
amon te fo emvlunta 8ry M fr. E amdga .otold wh p Lewis Sought. the intervention of will Itakve pot-graduat, train- thPeaeathdfo aKitodcheon. Shreecletrv2o od s aoo fte~eianAfis tCCa a-e. 'UGS ad COD treom Oen Gls?
amongthat his client Ilad been In posem.th lad.Ig at the Vniversit%- of Michi- - And aWaaeil a ntuna tti K tchn, Serant

has en tr made s of the tyra since 1943 tr Admiral Read pin the e6 which Charles borrowed t Ann Arbor. The i or 't "stpih t e the attend i n atc o eI
were then I unsIrmoe ndti it r- bour tHealth d
Guppi, f er .. n An"titis alleged, was never repaid..American-horn daughter was V r



^ for~~~~~ ~ '~r~ o "S ^ edto ibn apn ok. C al. fud ta MIAMI. A .. .. i ,> nlc soothe *Bnd ompletelv heal b~lnd1 oI4 .nk S Phn j "'"'1
Sthe d miit r condition, but he hads ince but shortly after Lewis to okInm e d l i a b weainih di. 2e Ro tan Sa Bthing
aintroll ofthe commuTrinidad Elec- In havip r n them repai BedrSreu hipmatession Charle should try d f him toP I Eri uh ...e Toii r A. F a d
the early stages Of It- us n tei nplc o a.epucse erin uurls hch* Sa o s There is no need for us to tell #~More than 30 years of uood'Sese ~ .u s~

beey tte res wh toadecoy h a a city fo he had siwredn t i room.e Ut o S t o of the madden g irta. tn.
FtO hedcn ce. Clayton b emon pleaded Bulll- Baie here, wSn for hi a nlla- Bn l thr t iae... b. ,,,,.,llllill,,ni,,,ii-. Mainllnd _Qre=a(H
Trilldad &W To- "nised. which he paid $47 but realieedi the day and ioahttorturecatsettaiodreput ai lie br ie0N1 m .

I Ltd., and the Director Ordering forfeitureaton ofelln with- tl frm the retan rying U S. Nav onl y $27. r by pile trouble. We tell youth t iytie Wh leletfihrotm206ACRES
the brarsd ts lthe na lltracente warned w Ham ordered bthat officials t attendance. Rear- ona o n occa M, tIeewis saidl e ar iOr iy ou start using Man d Zaniat hel minutes b. boat
th o arl tshe ue l MrW he shoulJ Andlware sister all tires Admiral Read pins Polic Tenn Charles a ,erxaminineg hisor p 'r re y once impt N will stop t:he terrible Pain HtIslar. Suitable for rea
torngReSuit tthrretalCrdeedtwre ore r lsy S.vtheoAdam,...sl *%O

m ~thtl bre fo ucllowe su-Court to pav300 fine andl 50 co8Lt >n ; K D C 1 Ethelbet 8heprard, who former- in faou of a< elaborate a cele- Ur,; ), Pl, n^t.h l..,--"I..l. l.n. o^^ i I 1. 1
.lhe huncity or ieptn or1 stx months. l ti1l IU p v o ab d hane Brown f der months bso .ton set-up *1 possible. includ- ",n p rri.r m ov.r s' .
for ld truto' m hept p h Possession. e n o RibI Aorbonerookst Ccornreofo t cal n ramil adicia soothe andr me d completely heal blinl 41 n del k h ivne 041 t
s tr maortetby W aong tees wae K. C. Van ee wi ho penditure was high ae d told him tain Of Oerml nv's surrender, the bleeding piles. Read lust theme Pibr Particular Apply to

th i a appad by Ser:a r m tht account leaallation o usliangs e W ns recue of a Sthipmate hi that he should try In network are b a' o, two from a host of letterss A. Shand A i J
employees ti -p r i a a dc ay pith o ronga thU Hamil n Tlbeulav a at tha United Nations leaderAtm are toC Mace
Lsntaton to the licence r old not stnd eause'dfo d ningrenthw.Naa onless.012i1 e3nto tnake that d~y outstand- onovera sr I suffered withb teribSeSan ernaa, .t ON

the district bringing ne Claytons Simon pleaded ull-rB For Seabee o h e o twnfor himaonll--nw .t n.g On til aslwntatins ad atorr o
Stehresidents. The ttoManac aio ose linge w EasefromrtSecretaryRfthe T r history ofrthewor a od or m, ie trmeant ani rr will oto I
Ot ollWe u itte mnc and twax othered---vM .J - .- rom $ o .,"VictoRe yuar ptiranine h Aof tcourse.I yN it i inbtanh outhr. nWeeks.Iam
ofthe board to Supply Mout .J.a n l icnc te and iws t ord ereb ayM.Frrsa. Tenants% it other matters all will more aor less, do by the board ,.,o win td ue 1Ls"ie~
the area followed Stab- Court to PaysuMf fine and $50 costs,- had their rentals reduced. Inwfay oro f si ea b o nyte a r-
etition by Councillor orSi.x mons Ethelbert Sheppard, who former- faviour ofti Ic elaosbo e. a icele- ,, ,r s-).,'S'nrith. msevs;--Itehtua one A UCiaa r
ilh- city's Deputy u n1vzs.bypaid .ArneBrown $braerionon t -uhs osil.dzc id ~eng pfles orried in# Mrover h1dnumsinbis Drv. 'yig h pt.e o o aro ttecre fLclI'~da ai ~ uia aue isa n odnlcii L CS



0S official '"""*" ** t.. '*" *"" **"* *;ll t, "'%''.. s B ^^ H' -
ocalWefarwhat n acsaionofusineWin s Tes and other features from I1mmereclmomentihdEto ton rw o7.* *net
toeS thociprmie t a e hall el nne0111msonae, Rad. Saan Juan. ill nowtpay $4gthis country and overseas, quitefree"t th etnrribagonytdSALE

Sw Housing Commission a e lot odea be a nnuse b board tcut rent whi he paid be Invited to sneak. prob tl on Don't suffer longer the ereON
lof another appeal byck nof the r he o nr. or oc i c eNt Boodhanie for a room on the, an all-network basis. A tw-holl destryinweaenin ayo

d hmSocialWelfareClub.p ses, Andre lerc en a ee ea stern Main Road, Ta riguat re mati rd musical orogramme. Pile trouble. Man Zan will moat
quitted Simon, and two othic. oe$ereo3 to $2.6'Victory. Acte U.' with Arturo surely give you inEtant relief
mroter$ay whontedbr e accuse"arigd.tonRto A Aln.Mr KrUSDAn, y31P

d1h hi m.rsP e Courageous rescue of a b hiun t atf Cril Bridgewater will now Paay.n Tosanis sid thed sl'niphony noar- ol i e olnt t. 4
h ornM ,. Ve a sabettion of oultan l e.te olll a tos e n rbCrwithspeclalrnosslre applicator from A Go 14'4" + "
fiom- drowning at the UL' b.l '-a s $4 less to L.intel Muller forAAticisting isRpliio* NBC all chemists.
EOperating Base here, has won the Eastern Norman Corwin is ow wiking




||Min passage to Colombia swon aged loiting brought Igainst rthesuing Nas at ot, whopreionl r he on Ant o lon, p resen tatn Flle Mattrees 3ft.
piblhl wife's natlonalltv Donald ,Savoury by Constable at ithed BU..Nvl Opt', tng ae o ^oro aprte t on the Jolnt andgotlttons offn i r ,.^^aIId Sprilni* Pfibrd MattrfCM, 3ft.in
Slge for ffermans equaK neorhe CfaatlV yesterday s r wi Kenner I Corneld B Vatis Hee, ca- Main Road. TunaPnat o hn ntionDawo Rmmportedttt,
t M, Vetaihe famil Andre defing that Savoury had mat 4 i t cillasd of the board reduced the rental from $10 for CBS. Blue In o lin rtin u n l
lted to take only 1,000 g v satisfactory y Gibbsaccou nt of s at.lo r c l a had R oserth e o he rotro ete ay omApril dramerAsd r avers. e und MRS wi MllA Le, W ir pin
[[frns e ha. o h ar med isl ith ato yroess l evofter Uni ted el cs Naab l Reean hd drv pe dthe t o n' e16, H nny, .eJidUtr' write ..Mantnudnr rsueby Mr oA E n i3eth B oo mtoMrlo tarrB Curstn wthe Sintthit d
Ba VenW id e wh ich he inflicted oe thsevere the i t vy. US. Navy, Headqe unhe rsil ted from $3Las tque Mr. A. Acost, l to the United Nati A T, t
Back armed himself with a tre leye cm edaiond off the doSwe~reta- of Rth More had hi renetaln sre- dGo. V. L hnonIdutria a mscl AdLEv M !ttntton ecie
beating oat Melville. He was yes- anou____________romtMrti______stilJst]____IPILRE ED YB% nsr auction r receive b


through Trinidad with tero y convicted by Mr. Andrein- naounind y e t t. hsrtoo t Ma ti Trce.' o AM at J t. TMM HJa n ntdos tr A Ctieti th fo T ll on -
io s othe FirstPolice eCourt on an accu- Pring t ionte to the" daing lnytd. Build Up theiBody deo
swife and three chith I sationf u s de tiatv si e and slex s s t cond-uct' Van Edith Henry got a A 2reMuctio hsi utionte Tbs.c 2
h-borno h1. J. Venail, ofasut nrand.eethe official citation, signed on rental of a room in Pr o emisesa u bfir .et r te i

vvi^^d ~y ^rs ^"^ o~^ t r^./ ~ r"% ITd.tKS; Cui vFtiu. G.E.A^ k? ifief^rlgra
t be In ethe Adms lsterat ordered to pay $45 ine and cm- b b a orretAl, reads: aimed by H. P'. Sine at 69 Prince Su arW age watt sAutoat ihan ge Radio-
ine e of the French Gov- pen:d tion or serve two monts sareid t t p er.t Van Hee S tdr eetRis .dA. Radiot oan4.5t0enaroedt n nd the tabulTrionid Fo r soh Tble nd -m d
when the Germans took 21 days with hard labour. servaing wilt a U.S. Naval Consatrue- A $,j reduclioit went. to Leon A11.. Simimons Rod.%. 3ft. 6 a6~~


r42, put outt of o c by at or n hct rBe% ,ir Rf. Simmons Bed.r tl
Govthe French hoer wamemt A uaother o un lwu p osses- v nK tiol w rt Battalion Mantenane Unit in Leon James o his lar d ere au tuon al under dInig B ld Mattre. n |oin
Governmentd th a s Ao usa tid ons founlawult o Wrescuing a sipmnate from drowning Perrot r, who previously received $12 Sp tinabe leB c M at
Idn PaISge to Colombia Son and loiterding brought against at the U.S. Naval peo ting Base for a w-rom apa.tmen t (i The joint egottln In read Spurtin e t ll t tress. tO
Sh i fothe nAmein ht Donald Saveoury d by Constable lnrld B rt sh Wcs d wrl e Street etit thoud r will rn t o uth ofet coind t oi of ra l vitaity Bydr maMattress. ft.


hs^ S wies ntinalit Pei BourgSS^ ^^co^ .- t o BIR the body.s and cnicklyn of em-^ n W O~d
nge for Germans equal Gorge failed yesterday when Mr. Aril 4 1B iti d bs theies, od o i f l Draw g Ro Imported I


enosto M. ange h And re, of cingth a pr aoperty hadApwithttradin the wos, m emert1 Dr1. Satn p n.A r n- th tW.
t M Venl'sf med rey irin a V Uy T at s a le ard esterda comprised workers employed in the nersIn. s l Morris Suite. Wicker Spring
e nh th re reemint yi e cmn. Aon d e-re, o thay hd n a steel cytable a ind habd dropped clCthe s rn Hannays, K',du t oy w i wert er es o n t l h k n A J
francs per head.,ullstJuly o w c antl on oa Mr. A. 26, were continued by Mr A Mirrot%. Dressing oTables wih l ire


m Feren Cm ie O Agi h ev r. antpuate VaniHee flllcill n lcnln, th- tulAtin o- f i *o
th Venal vohs re articles. dismissed iecharges.o P e vogt ye .h ocktereoeswilr nMi. W. Eoa Cas .e. V. 'l ra Dis, tIe ab i t.
tion and is now on mended Constable George for his was working and went to his rescue; lay.atethe iona lomto n |
yestherda .reBh Commit- tOUVAiTheatraidd alredeboard.taCen e.
t to Martinique thence thorough I nvesti nationss. Securing a liate to t helpless aaIT he discat" s iof t Oh se d hegareao n -uft Bu is pTB dyabl S ide boTa ed. a la





fro' ios.he uceeediz briitginger^^Tj^ ^^ hi ..L0N ~Ag 29 fjAP A ^ er Fit h A, *'^Y ? I JiwIiLH
despitey woundine Rit Willliifms. ." to slpply. mpoerished B loo, d .IRTables, Sbeys.L i
and ,pehaps wlat ber w avouy stedyol d tecor t th aty M0 =s o th ...... I c -Chartls, eat.heKretteCainf,
time travelling at the u hidspurchased theIarticlessfrom ertio tle pier.eVaitebriuging h i tsO DOs.A ugh2s APd.thAtProteneralation and the All Trinidad ForsirerfromWe, Hkane ael


the French Governm ent. another man.s aI n ti an sfle p e. tVand s efes dait at-n derr e a 1 soe ig, tht DM e a AlSugarEstte and te FactoryWork. T Taer Ecr mei
nev ealed tha pt e Y'ia-tiv ao d rligitane iom an era Trade Union to a closer, under. hiess an lack of energy Hair Rugs. Electric Iro .

Treveedti n s N oaon the face of grave peril undoubtedly ofP ai willt a of South America of miltously damaging arquaiavetimnw dmae quicklwy dwmgtow ondsant. Te Ce lelm Lponn. eKnivesaande

Broweawa the or~o^.de^'^k'red : PtST sWAR ,'t J arised w h were dnakeeping-- .... br bac hI/ ..it^I
"- envcto,- F-raice and of clothing g th e property of o od e have ore o Rad weinn keep hntdonm is ing o c \iti of e and
mnwith the highest traditions of the whoae members ar nocrtwa n r i- Porcelairn Wei se. 3Wre, P
r ticaoeA ohdtnor ths n f 4 u ard otor an .0 I yd mat Ofsantr-enths ..\tona \ c Ci ni







atnneo the m prs nt time. Harveyto. VIn Ca kna wa s yn~e s-e Unte d States NavalSrie Blog uoidte R~ iayo Bd in cylinRa fc cmu niqu the oai n fe reande lai Tea Set. \la Bfirnad^^. P
Frnh representative terday ordered to pay $555 fine ano Ac opyof ti iainhs et lte ariggn.agreed to a further short Adjourn- r~storsie t sits5 Ctc.Chn Va0, AtmUB


Possess the full tatIs ctf ompensati on by Mr. A. made a part of Van nee oent, SPendin then tabulation ofe t Pots and Pans, 51SmallAsh -
althoIgh he ha been ton I the Second Police Court. record and hle I hereby a P important ianfor ton which the Digestion, l rthesBass Bell Bras Vaes. I
ith the French Commit- ear the e intiUVAiiTheat- dtil already undertaken tal Mo L tBoa \ito Nh
S ind c Enid Browne found guilty of un- to et a on era Impoverished Blood, and.




Mt.r oBI an u-b G es"tap Escort p the u rgin water he box.ie he Mr. Fa ther M orm. C c kl M atngoth Or. the B.y.\.\,+ 1. \ .--"t"0" L31i
.dlaat, thin will be lawfully wounding Rita Williams. bontainsetc.,__Kitchen Safe ts


t the moment the wa itylsterd A ay ordered and to pay $40 S C r iC s stimulates the activities of A BC r t bains eiwitc aei
REPerAnmen D bLd mYfne In c Lmadeir Ib(inyM WaAe. P ir RtuAIR DAMAGE

oerrnmeatt ns ndtIps fin F copaio y M The PbliWorks Departdment IsrCOStLETEeSERIAL: oAnd other TtemMwould p












of,/ t o ^o,,ea n rm T.~ k ...... ,N-, .,MEMBE SETE BE 1st" un]tiSl +V,-,..-.-,-, ,,-.,,,-.
'to race. Ha:mhilton.was orderedt.nowengedIn reconstruction work OBITUARY the body, and quicklyoat day of Sale.




Browne was also ordereE to weret wvl fe, wlhere n dd am agenbneoIOIG.T
bond In $25 to be of good be- vc- I brinF back health and A. M. Qu-- -l'e li

,the ioNerv oous Rodi reentless the, de.a..,,.f Mr..,.A...R... ..,
.e e ye haviour for one year on ieutr.- floods there is being repaired. Jo. t d h ory Abreen. RoAeugt
ite LapturgdmorethanRdiof Assaulting and beating ay Ogse ,s hputed to be '1 Mysterious Ddr. Satan! Ago'stini on the 22nd instant. strengh
dmees dChlaa rtaainiunghtowoai tli e etb adly-4l the age of 82. St. Joseph lost one
th otinSimon., n meda t helvetrain tei -R wallP ,T R n of its oldest and best known real- Obant a le from all the leading

coAnitrv .peor letVhv o Aust nearth 7.vlRvr ntevi et.At44 3m0 he2r h
Cinity of tdu t.I/, dE was broken "A RPNin n T OO funeraltS ervi es oreacthed 2 bro the "hmisra,dStusrc, ec.,trg
ylor of British Guti- r a poeEscort on y -th surging waters of the rivet the Rev. Father McCormack at -li#. out the B.W.l.
t -ic adoFever Service, who ,.enspao about a fortnight ago e ntCJoa, phs Church. the body was


'.W ati ede gnt hr wr o nie tshIe work was stat ed ] o~n 'i r MM D nktrfs.V
ofte ees"gml re ai F o 'Vi hy s1J wrkws itfu.aited oat. Moo.n- v i R INDSp y ADYtitrdini the family, r alom tInd Mrs.e'ther t the otel d Par" t I teteltnce! yeoilohale bymeffl egi. Adews nd-
Ib opiions gat stig t the airrdethf,"adomn I d n' o.em.o rurt dKI
h ~ere of the acondeppition.. D---a t try toAtooo your Mes.,Edy reAtint it dnd
Three months and Ise DUsedDodd'sIPill.Sand H tis:t e urf l t Mr dwr:iT. A Isabel and AIanburyli..t o nythingelse. steed, is* llfew
U [retutanrevealed e eter- LONDON. AO ,29 PReuteri)- Backache WasSoont WellchildrenJoeI.u Doreen.ARose-y odnrotvatenne' a-.. Teaic so yer comb sgi o
h captured more than Radio Limoges,-an.F.Y.I. station me ,.mayOlgaFisa..Kathleenki dMhew Wel,.behaedFaoae heir bniseMsa.0y
IOSin hall-sit-hour at said tonight: "Accoardingi to in- Ne v u ,R ste s Iam a carpenter 4S years of age," dreamss. The bearers were: oe ~reu
'tUII~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ thtnwotia ashlHn hlpePtanh*3W~~$ NMI rte ivitai~nBarker, 4GioereLodito Rood, i'5pm, Johnt end Frank Agrostini Ba
. ew thi at es t rno w veinclude "alam, bd P lanpor a u k o nd B e t" o u tr IP o a winephews, E. Maingot. D. Inkster I b.HA LSAIJ,
1 sanitary inspector left Vichy on Augut 20 at 7.30U m te oaBxeel aemdo9 pna. a .... .... and W .M ,tna s. ts-laCo ew, MrTBrdseian.d"
l tivte the ylow-nleuder-& Ciatimk. lbse arureMas raanst nervous.. poa aim IiWreaths were received from the flottcofSpain.
forateldo.a s,.stem oweeys n.TRT.Aur. ellar-AI'P sT s w A Mrs. and Mrus. Dklr. enMars. V.J.
is i pr ti- ranged by Genera o von Neubron --asve- Bnmo b rdlease"1646 Ihback. riedevariousfollowuing Mr. ad MIS A -

dr mps t actthetwl o- ffcersdaand fub Gsapkon d than-'sPVegetableora M0rcer'a InWhtiimiMr.atidnOfMcr nds.tay 1ff lgol.
serince h Biis h dnutateonflgharet l ta teDril intsn :which Mr. Pnlh- and Mrs.,J D. 1,n one, Mrs.and
iWhtk Is needy w agents. There wee sno incidents- 1111110Bmedicin rs wh ich a t$ i. M.E.ard. Mrs C. Ray Mranauln i
opinin i s taer either at the Hoteledu oPare or at t Met is A s.AI aAl @OWaganeme in Striped A-ti and famil Mr. and Mrs.
s opinoehi sdut sia ff-elaar two o uncs and f bour GsaoI akhtam' oloegetAbl5eie Worst dSu&tAn t $8, 5
ionef them oinr the airfields."n a ip ted isilo wadC ollowndIs 0 tuiafy Aued Rayd- LW. .01 yra, Mr. alidn Mr. J.nd.
iftho oniiti rn g.$00 I ryd. aDddsindy Wedn. Agosrie Mrs. r Edgar AgostiiDr. and
by the Quarantine LYDI A eduFINK InA'S cUoPll s. I beon ith s oers family, Mr. 0. T. Alm Poon said
ArC to be adequately B m e o s O ups*alDa cetsb a eIedVin.isedr Scht fm M.sid MsICmbl



~ e~ L~diMrgainedne. aadMrs. F.ntrtodartd, I
he irnelj capttrd Vgeabloewaesad. ,.~ea ad eliliks nw ua. asm Mrs ElIe~ FDrfa, Mra. Godfrley,
LIKE 'pan arvllng L ct r setaI ,dr, Prmearoofan Mr. glid MrsA. M ardieol
dtoBri tER I GBaTOata.1DL ,--OtfIttrs saiderfA ml Mrs. N. Co, M_. adr



)~ sid sstm a TROTO ug 2 (P * l~lok Mrs Hri L eloyd, r. adMrs. A. 4.n
e oUmoqutoeoniringbomerof cetrl J.l
Sevc" nBiis'ainsho haSS flow fro ETR-ETW migration Ofera. saf
monatatlo flgt 0tvstd ther Dre~d r ille 'oitina Wht ~e iih- and Mrs WhyA oon..r..an
Wokig er el m in nviatonlscoo7i2an-e-Pno rie ut-f_..___Spin __ at $ r J orde Mss .Ma inon..t..._ ._.
noeofte i h naiatr Inoanda nsectdmhefort Bolting tR$6.50BErdR odSEPTEsahlMrs.Emm Oar
":']as OGrace Fehoiok, .Mr$pa V..de yen PU|Wme
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BETTER WAMAND FURNITUREne P. SrINGy JaestDick. Msl. Gnae


$W M1 5I42H V-0 5- it- 16VI'2''KRAM'1-m1 ""
EA.M Do- AT f Aion our very attractive offers is a special selection of IT for rm .
Fur iW A R D R 0 Encluding s uch items u,.- Sun N- i tAtop$T o pte.ai
03r .1 iARD OBRv SEUITESmIDDOARDBS-CnIDRINW', v1- 4"ASUaM-m peia loia, 6of heir to take het
mew i-,ew-. 11 and RgDSPRINGS--WARDROlS DRSUilNG LASTINO --it PerWOtM Ito 3 d&Y efiWore you slart rhe'kinM Dry
__ $1 TABLES-CRAIRS..-TABLIKI-A735.
< ;|||ft ha.. Iud tL an Comb tare er P s te w^i rv interestng. SAFE It does So tXirite skjn It bay then he e *
I 0 4S 0% toOnIsl COLEMAN STOVES ol & 3 Burners) --COLEMAN OVENSF" e -d a r l loosen
-- V e rS r f 4 @or AM Dobl only: e n.ollowing. Before each sh^molB
*f b flp(igemaknd DeMlk Ituvers--XVNIgLKADY L' ASKLIGIHT ONOMICAL--L09ft r holds ti ger mas~ P sae ita p~enty or ,...
_Td' 'b PeasomOf d" IRV. mornChairs, TablesanhdBATERE Sanda IWIe.d assepimesetof UNERALmos o'aseline' flair Tonic. 'tis he. ciq 'W iqWie
1t IbswW6sp n everything else at Give1 tREQISITEIndhda- annual tendency ltow ard dryness and atftee
'&!I It becams eI ja q~ja Away Prices.WAXINGNO OMe -- H IIOOM8 01005-SIIUSW oneathedvq'lc f~*"
-* I l ^ 5E5y-Pri esT, TMOPS-OAIRDEN NO4 e e. *e. elntpu#et. d fet { d.
go* NMI I llmk.....,. ,]REMEMBER SEPTEMIER it 11t fwl "O, heir ,l] dy, ",o, a,,for h" om 0 4611
WNS From Friday 1st September, HARDWARE ]~fT rc
Iaicker-Safe L
1944, for One Week Only.
Costs Less2 1 TUB AL ROOM Tm- Tom wm a i o.wr wrmw
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11,16. i as I n r oalog t oer crdl withsn three ml ont ha rI ,ta Jm no lO n esnI b T O Any db o benulof the r u e : ___
Eiht Avelnue* Aastrs.Set ibu half minute walk Slumr casai CRADEkALnIi. PrOAncING. B-l< 13 d r .Bp 6xel *I0t5 contract bItbH myt rwrfe.o Elaone ToS'h^ Tio brn a- rl ittl e 1 eo tote thXe i


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-. Sieon i erp o on 4.0th The lnl'rnd ye- ercoriAlan r1 chrt H'rrst L oClk i r*no sc ro o rent. A hlOi lmODtrO9- -A- AL.3L- l WiTE RO CK cAkIelN. putl ot. ALpE. B.:N. eI she wALE ertl n by. iw_ _
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atra Prt r ct, Puppy H wit | Ro tree. Seprtmn on) (1d y e m onl e 30 Rm. pty lo t r. .Apply t o Wl"n >n ... . .. ....... o u ue WoWP. n1 lore v"tneet g men. ,tor n of ou dear
t Atet,-AP lr .eIree AOC.ALLY e iU er nrln FIII sO A1T 10 lg 1,01 A WOithand I SI NL DOULE 1 land t t a n o -AT ON E WA NTED /ti' Sir ", Pittory paan'e r who 'dpartedI thi

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tlgrent itt C sar rem rr AHN S 31111. Pillows; g iSh oe i cc adl "S Melot a Lce Road. 1 44.goaAt P ItTIT AL E Email*. -Ti w it o va- m d- 30 Tt. Vincnth Screat I UCKI
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a wAth r o i boret forLlo Any debt or only. Cnrti'
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dens Mr d i SpI rn& hl r 1 h ii prctlioI feud S~th t Newton complete wlothll mle ea p'o weCI O t edLWI by.+. Pj i-" oE S. E rn i bedroam BUtN- P'TEopPRieEto P A Ah I s l99in tae C n b will thI
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Data Street.- 8e. I i.blSn P Illuis Sreet g Waitao g M ain R on4 PetWARt ANN mywf.E r t A ltR O AND ported wthi libe Attress, 2W a043.x
RACKET RESTRINGIN ..0 condition; Electri Stove4Pate; Ag3og Im a my hm E 2R. C edar i n P re nnes ; 1 Crapt .
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"n"- Ju tre Se. I>.m *4. at > pe. g a tRDn BO Ab log RI SHE oen ut 1L at alleE landi 'enu ngB- Josep Re adl"9 t o Bi nd er Cont act ICE ANW OU S Sl nt TS 1 d e ti s


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paniat, LIseCRC In. Sos (R124r Gffr- |( 'le|,t umn il Degree raimilrIlo ry -35 y- t 2. CON ORS n30gascros rerI c Suti res.->ielrut. ~inl-rK 4.I ONE GO Ml (ln-i*ACo.Z. between R iu5n52 l Septwl I -II IU. L U 1 7 :.
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Appl nt5 Hos t t. At Ln 4 S B in Mocin Road Wmin utes'E S 0 fro IBa RDrWAR lStl lrtur oooLD whS A lvLE 11l
lute. AplyI. ArDULT. .Ms. ,4 Ldsio. KO W r r. I K o oSR.- All a i to T. fr t f3h loouC R 5ply d onSe n by.-o my Ofee. n R 4 .fe.o m .
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latestl design In~l nlarga andl Shot From.liAuy.0
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f.e -:tlr lr lS t m Pl o rteo i.Se t ~mliin 'IER ODt l cal, t eO.P;TV foc pl-log nd 183i i''icl' e" omitondb rlow 7 F th teet.- BAra.a 00yrmKgiy wr, w0 i4t i th o lin, rgne 'rt 05isec ERIEAD EP RStninDnn T Abl m lin-tn rI HI
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Sciooterhe. peAou ramWStee Snt oFORto l 8 RbetaStret'pon cel wthMr.DribbaUt. SnnFc-- fSmllrmation.Cin "Te ie'
Pl~~~i~~l.UtiOUR SIAUATE ground 4uer# Foiarth seeldeni difstrenc 2n SINGE and~t takeNS 545v' *FteO Au.












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WELL i- --- -- ---- ,--.H___D 11111 rruis._u materials- --- -- ---- orbii- -hross frmorsok irnh plsp Dnn n itn l UL R A iCt, QtO~r~ci ll. arFtt- PA SHWROM 3 CHNAMINT, YOUNG MAN WID EXPR--C t *'












Far an let rodes to feaIrIR cuar e, KIPN ilesoW t FN i ttes. KNOW Eive RY you 3o Char lottr e fvmpriigth folwig ,Cheap elaf lt of~ls lad wth cter '11174.Au.34les.Set 5














THon nI "t e: r with n M L F-nde ,1 ads. MVL' Fnndr rin) Amratt Caet Cas- Ia
"1 Applye uT C itbg e ,hI oerittlia ICE COREA AAOINET Wopll e Fsaaer 3.ol)dio r a cash la o ON BRheWN, AaD WIT FEaM lE __ ". .________"_al"
ElectriclRpiardlO Soa n Feri en. caueb e gress a ten t troubles*.- School.. Fo uri u ory IT s Chrag iree Ji plaeth Cuhontf sp m 16a e BN ext 9to I T.e Leo vely u nge seats D A ompwerst te n0 ce s-s ea roftg* Edmnitra.v Jo.Hg ped sotander, tvrbek h o.41 y

CH OPR C i a c Al-lC C..ll nI oln*Mo s t WithFib Cson s W ld Immediae Po seio. Ver ret ail. T -IM s Fu rth '.ca atr.y Ofi-d Typist. W rn t to- Box B-150, olB w Iipr Ped, l r Io














T^H E I)RG&K PH'SI A HE'S )O Cnsc tkrI Mein 2 rli"intl.Kne Bdin Flnatto 'Poni ......'" ''ro avi Oro..y sh~Uone toDrrn.r Ih* **tNle o reo- ---IL. m K'
D.C.; Gnrtor s lTe, M loto rsand Swlchavorl ---- --- tpe Mori Occsina Table one ron Ut o Gilm an pTh uomas-A u. 31 ace.- t. -Asll ..t nv-wlh n"IIA '?Ily. hat









al .1p loa teo sei s ro ien daa ilyCnION L nu s 1ig pl J HURo BARAI SMvl MI pea ou da. d iTlo n toen sr dlies-. tt Rewer --- loview on,- dayi. r -. ... .
P -so l 'l.ri. .l If A c'it M.Feldn Callslri stora .. I- eight i SINteR Dning M ChairE. .nd c-eli Inulr strle e$ h ue s .lar i.tem T OB Ag 3h0. r a re I
a ec Rpl elh t lud -, -- S-idatbrd. Gl ss China CabinetO Box t -lled aed morniig of0. Crie 20 a $ 0 Pti ta A
V i Sit 1C.. ... y1, .i....Oo trle. ssy Sp. GpplD IDVN BREE
tt',HAy NAi r Box B14 Ill, f B o ASln reopensti Mond ayo Septembe p Fran I "E n b ath a nd t A ovedr 4ars. Between Pfo a e lnI eC
dlanligo i3 Edar At Set 6i soil -orrnec -h~tul FUiaTUR Sept III.o t











of,:Pk, we ll A ded JAv I or (" ATrade CI.rt-Ai 30. m E IYAL T r I R ieal mrule l dream of a os home.. -Athing. 143 .5 WA.
SUNor I: Goo lecplesa Bentdi onera Acoheat 41 27ar laet DEO M R IN. L ind e With ouses 04UE-ORSL
eoopto rrii- __________________ ",IlrYl-9 ob&A80,7 ue g.lbCinl tea.A 0 T E T











bditna enta il austry Write 1 0V and hard N ew iting Mruc ,ol g a .rm Moder leaNTng Coon- I eao bl &irs d .atO ewt r .alo A ug.ta in0. fourbedroms____,__Ful
113.1CK T I P on SiNre, oil w 3 abtgeaitu Oi mt teliar(' t11i- haon Rlr e! Porl-of-a peto, dernic+ e, oept N. e Nor.



T;IlL;.; ".R ."iL '" .................. It .... Cunis.t4 Marten .... T ainep 4 Cori tuu LaneMOBSeo H/DRnAn ATI Phoe UN.U-UTDN 1 4 I sdl e --A epl. 1. s w. ,s ev n ar
NO, -e. ---'- -.- bed cmlele. Aor lY I a 94 ere. Illtihel y o Si ileoktl nIIId ec- ENTERTASY 1T A U i
t'c __ __ll I COMPLETE R O....F. SA LE Dieao it VALLEYg Rl t.-aO Aug. S0. V c Stet II
RltR, Oth plus "iAD W ar BoEn-u s w t tn I S .t AI t o 7AT E S i tles t r e Te"_ I M M E T PN N o I O RO PA R TIE WIN S om ntait
Bull. ..lm t Apply+ Box. A1,6 o, fU0.Pas~tl Off Aice 0 li t .19tpi 22V Ty. st,. reet -lair wi, C lyor..otla- 22JOae$. $I 0 ing i le Pare, 3God-
A.'.. EtDe..I., T WhoCiro ira g ,,,c l S "uar ep thI. t 20. rr'uINES RM ISES on Eare ln Ir aO A aMls. 20 -i a.. Ilees Sythree S ta,
encIR tyn i Th t'htrpcni Spec i cal. th.'tl.RTopo raphical. o' npefi
D' IemaLt' t.D ht U5* Iltgc'do.ONE~ NOuale a2 AMRIA A M aInI Au 3. TtJna pi Ft t UL C QNOTICES THAA
well.ton *%tln. Standard, setting Stic ttoate THEL PULI isan Setpt. th____t we. Sue l eavigte C ln ,I wl












itPa to It'ru p plyt I H Vel litSuion. 1 A.r- litle. sold phat net- 4nt4. Necton o, Pie t* Se p lIt. Cwun g Ao t Con.,nt hav AUOired the bus Iness
dens, i. t- dIre t 'i 5.510 Hem t'OOIT te street.a inrpt. ISept" 25-.r TUP. ne. ly 2 GrierOIaerN S No W 000 ff lot n at At. pbone t 7 i4 u W1oo-3 "Cyrl Stret. iol
sle, R Dpp I n, ApylogflIt#, ,,.I NOffice Trann M nTat diT Mlorllero il CAM RA~ Apwplyr Gltte 1 t4 A C r, u.. l 67IPison Ltd ,i 25Chc tre, Pon Dst roth all Amod tm e(@i. .1 Q A E Fr A D o shueod friue -B D








16 Lc i lA is I I Acoeoloe lalo ie ln to 31an Lswio oiy- u ianr tPa rr ereet. 2 tr. Seiot pt b . . . . 8loc- l l s i lt .. ..O.... 3 1 .
C1oOK !2A 170 an ep3 I t r lg 30 rnard .C Iti n re. 2019 1 t'l i e nt S r SptAL WatereM a. A 1acrp ryly FItON oDROfM N O m Sea-l1lt B n Inn. a. T O Ww 0 froN SHF
'Alp)III A F. T1. Vtr) POTu. formrlf ay rNe V es I NOt Vl TconEd tioply o tmir t.r ONEre t I ni i MOT rand,-- .E FO S L ne. toelie Sewrai og r an k Bn t, t Arg e. e i airgeelst Bresp nssbl f o H tt 00ad oan Dun. epn rt. 2n
ri.q'CvlIO'I3U I 5553-S VJP-sla Sei -- 141M ftIY ATTATVItI. to 114- A0dtr sk Boyd 000 Atpi Nueu o Lt. U Cha om pan la~I~mt s Io b e













An crit I Fie s hAi erllc Aseocltfi Tenm at Oi xfor OlJ e rses o m tti rc ciho hon o S dept. street Pot on-plo Sen i n 'Sao . -tpa.y,--ru- S te C .. $35,.00n__- -_ Wardrobe;_h." 1tu m4w. h ise e Ta Post
uk ll: FrdMt-Isa rStree Huntred St Cieei'r 4eunl ti't kept. 'at'hons Ats of -ostSept P. I StrIeeN 181M lUS l end Lend itt 2 ise now i tung a te wt NCo.b
______ E5c Sep I tXiias.~r Fourl% newl Horkye e F~ oodtsare. Street. Iforl fourth Inorato witiy Spig TnE U I isor Maty-tle it Om ri C i ta e















1trlCiAECTKR, formerly noe l d~~r | ER RIIC ANO REPI, RS t ON1941 F'ORD Tcullck. gond t yrca RSSr eti rhl, lrlt. S en- Fer-- ndo. "Alt y .ioeai Road be ri dtrot- S tpulnsa
i ri ) ... last Exa+inarCorrespondencercourse$ RTrti-kNr, nea BErGeL 1n :11 Fordy bruc newe mtrt. St .... u l At g 3heavipcI
IFT I" pen In m"-" W I..g.... ....21....... .... by sPO T N GO 0- ind trhot lr Rod. mmeiat Fr Popetie- B yinlandONy139 ILL AN nygodorn-in
ohttWNI' NILS ork~ 11lcat % C harltte tree epotitn S1toep:t~ t For Trcnw e.14 idron ol ossln lo S otnbehlft. the ad Chompany. pl cod' n eieratg uenstet














he =' oft"'S""" r "te oad"" i' ""-" .....'l/'in d do n r
P!, ~i+. 6- lmcin.ist If- l lnl D neo nd MudtOldy Celi G.I ROWN CORKS Cr bo ;|l nic O Fla. LOVEL NEWi. HOUSE,, lates m.odel. I u n ,phrtonn 11,11I. $ot b.ne Wmash ges ,Sis alP s
1'IF.C BODY end tAa.0%ar rm i oded to have sih tyirtl e and -vurn Esc es. h Ce opotncte ntratt aet a- FrdrckBow ea sat o t

"Alla. ft 1 `1401iaOUll. is A(no AI wih 0Vlaem-CtI'AcdPhillips No. 6 ip--,I Easer Moainr R.o.d. Peti ;N O" = -D"-" AND- Ceda LinenNIT U R Es
o14 r.1 l.sM` Fi. cRDR oR T4 .re paor edI ~ to s.aZ negleted& i a ndt Vicnt*lat h a rke, Sperat Sal ee Ma te rire iSp 2RE.---- I PS IO ~ I I
e-nfl~lSR Teeuma lt ~S my esittoe omlee aaof a d lyr e ret angssrieGans. --Sheepat. d a HOu D PROPeRit Y. Noseio. MelillRIGERCE.RATORS.I














1'_INEI-C GALVAN __IC AAI capab l e o tr U seinstroit. c l iAD NW iile MORRIS 1 WITH I TYRK ll. ,i o -ILu hon' 73'o ..... ... Sep... -- el M en Diplrector.H $ppl 315. Vnetnte
ias ir Xlfreand Stow Rem. Pe sil ttt. I' ithem Oetfee n theOUoRtr of-Mp. 0t _n "!rslln tooS. Archtold3 Henr Wtreo o or TPh oe .
r-, rppr.:lg tui cglp Only me inn $AM NA l, oe1J. "W n r e. Apy 5b lot Street.-Au. consmyrof y rs an d kuso-ner. t te: s and
-si tr.u t w c". fo>,- erly Cem eria d;et r FORfect ,,nd,--on Bo y-1.9. be cwit.h tram I..tiWashc
J~~~~ti~~~~~~zI~~~~~ii~,, ,CSI(IL U1ie1,t gee55. bacwer ''ilf, t2la Usitilde Sep 21.AC .10 WHITE pOND to.ch 'Phone-ept 1.7.-Sp.S.tandNEA R MIESwtiteehhtlrdTiHtelsdeetaratatCredI___Imported______













CHr AO AND EIICTR ne' sL RE- ON 1941 FoO RD '.0lck, r Perma y I raa t Od spiep roeseD. ApPtl. t .o o, aeai5
g~is LA a UL lSEIl MA ut. tort g IR Rwdg tP e anlnd n Ape-Wln aW m tNt in y GOgD -, beiiiiitween________lli__iA
4' redcina. stredete Belmont;114t4, streerwlhrl A mtu pnd et C a r Street, .p I olonetod Ay my Canr
T RUBi S COaa N 'ROWI. Ra" T eamo s Moo bp s Co I NARe Y- -ORD SDN lt mollei be -Sept. .1.tirs
11 I pt. CA L ACAL A 15. 'Phone L S o. IlrAs. -Atic i oler Ig weratNL SI-Set. o I 13 IRVING STRET Candt mlet fast aArtMe willO bIIe coe S ALE
ki : uie41tIc--e I DaRadIN O ioe UERS.LAS1 Mlo NliEWl+ by1 TRUCK WITD O MotoRD 4y8 So0 P si Apply Fdeett ruu pit Semlates PUBCtim b w tsCn = : I err
i "Meesr, ei=I= Alp A.4. Rod y ie ineo. F. y alt8ggin A Co,, $t. a nd d o f0I.. S
41, *"IID O sR sE Ou et 111a, r rsn d,-m rpta as. Facto 2usy-SewT. 2.alupt 10. IAR PR Te er. Losth fol m su ie le a pnplyl, tb n ot Tn-



"MA-"odContry
nlenal 515 ri)tJ Applys Birod 1 t Ioe Iluinan Silpfmest. 1 Pitn 3A0. We coa n edition. pefet6ys. Chrot Steea t r 'Pho ne OFESi aeseIaNVIE tara Invei nett S ung 5-8~t~ PH NE 430-- La-e. pamps ai landhea Showes RoI E.Puextet-et M RIS FU ETR etc ~-a rVar.J .Au



SHR OO %lif% Badng ad "In-os .la. 3 fr I" o m Chury, llumaaosel Highway. Lord an wor "lRIDW Y under 0 a It. o-9"








.2. i w hen ........ . pret 2 u4ent anl y t oil Doad, t h ade 18Wter.1 0o 43 A1NA41
V RE A i. 5 eim. A. 30 17 .Joty 40 Pembrok Street-dept. s tnepett -. dapt.5 .
,_-__-_____-__-___ at oFnCSLR.O ind SADR IET1FSNw FEHL WLIGMUE o-Poreo












Y OUNGMAN I tortnl rectiommended atmen-Sotspre- Deeberand 4w. 23000* Itl I I ng fro m mo tboard tt ,nge bed room and lotlCf lea of CthckeRO N NOTCE
NICELY eigniffdneinW 4.Se ptemb er 1 Telpov e Chrot.Sp.2 OEN oio enoce os.SAL HUE oms eadh harnbps Eflyctu es; 1 Member andy
41U-P patret car Appln ttee Bo Sept.. 2.is bedeln. Sel oe. 'h~i 94~ r osy of s tr li ghtrss wate ro s epitua te n onit 'ame'o W dedy











fao. home. Sen9 --Set 3. O Au CROW COmRK t ty ,,s M ainRd. Dite an,,. at su 0 e T P LC Finhereby npotfed HI rse ia s e a ir", Lot of Shirts;IDraNwingZ Room
nd !t-- m Fo ur .p t emin u. Iemeeeeioo em no longr stxposofble fethar Ian deb ti& a.
!rr vpv dsire p ositi N.rearr.15 lon H'Ja i ltn 'fphonerEgih IC7.- i-tAppl W. W INson Pa TLlsi Foes t-Nx tottl~0 IApl Venox. Phals 8255-' D. Ale vicntacted by mye w91,1 fe MIC id ere
1 P 2.ujl GurLens e5m.-.e San Frad. -- rosen raett 22.it.- cout O ut Rer v. ---n10 sept. Rod Pr-f S epti Cru OI Rood.ri- shet 26t.letm cr n p '
5C A, Y rnee for' si mt.m Lact@ US l fak Odi R Rodios, laguage- Befit. 2r LI or Ux g for ml BAMORGAIR. CASCAD LMO.R Lea ehold teetl m tonee CMarch stee. Rew44. God nvejn5a ~Irt
dl'f?,Sept.ri 1 -4 2 TMSITrse yd asnd ue. ts Phone h chos. SoOOsFtuiti. 3lt e ca N ;In qaly go MEW N dG ll VSCIN Fordiw All ocated Chouepnea r rue l s ad. three y _iAt a.' 3A0.E KASSA an onngo ae.I C e i
9rdo, n's Aptret, BI. B1u3,etle Apy to 10113SF IM RADRoIni ACAN OL Ver soPA mRotodel Rnew 11,06, P airi s slrning e- WallingkStchenett.bh and 10%ooITerc. GOL myDwiTsFICAlT ION BelRmIsn
dion" -Alli; ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ OPO'UN~ 3 raCne.3 Afo& i.- 1930 ,,,1,dIcul'dra ofacs hoe -Py edba ceIrs.cBetwy ee. Port-nf-Spain-and
YNbeR cl 14t., ep. ;6hCro8.rot-Ag 0 Wel tO o rk aer. Sept.A 36FWR R laes Cu-i( M s de p 4. Fi r ataria n ot thod m-el reson2b7 t r sayn Fi debor reur ..g I, R.A A.11NE.
I e~~rk,,rgi-nraloffr- It ede.ilin(Very sem ign~nalnd aore, iltyim.P Aerataed Tble Sieeoars' Vielboad. 04.Row0d.- ug.30._ _e
9 tI tio. WrPit e PotBa 1 on c akey, Colso pnd.N Greason ybl togeter amro-Ine ne h ae ad pn
Z.6 by- Ca t M. -------unlap. e om lt. A pl o 9 ra aes mie* R a .-A g
S5RITIN2 Is Outer 4et td, reie Pnee -o6.. Cadif tha L d05 not hol Ryod Septai 2Instructed
exoNAGvnmin *hoe93 1435 31 -a p Rosh andiam hald mrtiagsd If Cyrele f or ny debt n o r ifdmb t o e rineTat ed byhim wewl Sl llhsgodatueu
Tit RGZl HSCAN N AISuotc ekl, 6 a ine g C ri mwlon i .Ao son Titman. CPheesNon e lPOET~ C oela SA. Paine Simmons Bes0it Springe Street. at
esteso Athem alltlu The Frederrack' ollp. All"t 73t Togret Ro7 ''al. haein. left hisN14 homISE onnc Easthr Auget __rur such as
MOD R eet BU GAO one M o td fo lpos eun Woo' IirlAR IT NICI-IOL
-i~im~tl Sept 1t4et mapII 0M inetSret Sp


-trae lie W- I 0 alo- emty-bn oo FOer . 31 11.n d Matt..resses. *. ___e t
iH RES/ WURltt ANB raOOD j Charlotte Phon THI PUBLIC Is hereby, 'i.e Iat I Bed Spthatg 5>uMttI'ag (ot and
WI U4 'iAM AJ~.W14U CY' et I lam so longer under the sire0-ash pro- and~
133 ad WU AIL. RdLa TWO (2), Atittective Fereehrold haligteinm re, al n
*A? T/8 Iha I^^ f RH^oasl --^ SQUASH.f-- iii
elmo.l -uept Stsa ct Land of my husband. J.mee. T I to r e sr loe Theam Wardrobe.ing Tab le an
LA TROPl AZ4A M TAURAT22." o 6 s 1.404 stquar feet and the ourse nd that I do not hole myn. responsiblebe Cl o tS
LA TReP hoN e .t...A.. elt. otf- 10 0re feet.t Eandthe *that for. say debOt or debts contrae. by H Im. Medicine Cabinet, ur, CARRO S C
Vincent as irs.. .. Te ...t llag 3. 4 vid w s od tor. a l lea heving left hue heta mac Jule. i Shaving Cabinet, Dining Table*
one. Signed: and -iS Chain., Dinner Set of 2 PEACHES
t 1 4.+ WO~~ea a t for I NIhll.- I spilIaNDID BARGAIN, _- Immeiate ++ "VLLi% THUOMA Pe ,T iW 1 ~cs n
____P Pieces, Ta -________________Set 4 Pieces, Din DEETS
Set W for Pprts.-.oM o:lA dlv bultt ha at debt A51 IC b *buasaEN a-n
NOOK." 3 boroab Strt cd 4 bedroom# etc,, t Is hrb ,l t t Wn BEEM, TS
-- pt liI O ulder w a ft co nstru ct w ith h~ Ie- w ll in ot h od m y self rol evn si slo I r asly W ilr, dta di ng L a mp 1j ttee, V EA L
aln e l oldTs -inkel, p. aIA123 debt 4iratet t y my ie, A.lmi ale C K VEGETABL Rw
de FL B lpt. 9. Roseh. Ohs having ltt my 00 hr teMncrOla- *0 3ET GREENS *c ,.s
WELLTS FaLli EIQUINY A bar- Ci Ann'O s. SOLOMON ROACH. wOsNe, DecanIter, Too Trays 8T C
SM""TWOROWBOATSCOMPI to8e. ,t. VAeaseIrantpermns. Freold- August St. 1944. CePans, Bread PanN. Bucket,,*SINAC-
PO ATOE uer APhone Fr4a. lolesor, as Abr- lPre 11,1.00- Eckel, .'Phne 8 --Ai.r SO. ansi. Bath Pan ; Cushions lnd Curtai
Coo 1 OXFOnRD ST.% Cottage 1 rooma dp & Tug Iohrealeor mat Io-6 Plants, Two Bicycles, WeWe-
oromby Street. 'Phone 4455.-80lt. 2. NoSept FRD@. Ctae. om am noE P1151,10 I'spo hereb y wrot'g teic *emM cie ai C I K N E E A LS-
-_ _ -es= a-d -a I T- hl la nd .>irsano. ApplyytOe i achie, to Ii BitlCHICKEN, VEGETAaLES ra I l m h:ja
S l em a rt A g n t 1 V i n e n r s o ib l r a ny 4 6 or l i c o a o-nd O e a2 .C pr OrAo i F u 3 4
WSjRsrI- Latl~e. C+aIpimk. < p *', Agenl *"r, b y her. she ha ft mIa oe mRy t cR ., etc.. also electric I r n ,
..d f li^ Ir W w .0" *^ .w .p";,^ .,...-. t,,,- -* m+>yl ^^....; lM-CA...o l'l. 5o Tis-l. elA .
W A R M I - Va.. .HOUSE with one let land at C olm an t nedI a u H P i
sesuiimdeeo.-Apy Myr42.-SjtRoad.. Si, Joseph for t,eO O Poe.- DAMAZIN OftiSTOL. an e veric gen Coolrer. HtPae
W A NTbD l;U se ssion ImmRdial ely; Ap O y M ay or 4 5 n -, 6 Stt
tUSED M ST4M p S ought. used books and Tr ho It THE Bf On 2 L reel.Sit 9.p, t, t PIBlII l h y fo tlr n otr Idm Items on view day prior to and _ _ _ _
megsaines bouaghl. Arcade ouksli, |16 MODIIl N AllUNil IOW each ie It nob resp sIble lot m debt or debts
Fratetl-I liro t.- eept, S,. let land. All nvenlene. A34 e udlrec s oy my w=. A m aui m rning ef sle an
TYPBWRiTKR NEW OR aECOND 83 m and 834.00 Wllker Stroet. Vi- ie ha-left my o. A at 1 I1s
hel YSter, or W ORa t o .. bou lle. 86.0N.90 oath. Two Painted Cut- FLA' S.,.. --.
and.a "narset Tll tc RI l3 Sea Fwi s t et
Offer 147. 'tl dtais.- Auk 3t. -Itns Lse ad asel. Rn
1 0I CROtT ST, GIood price sitloe. Tol. I 340t0 $OO04.100. Nui.te llot, tend LA m PUBL.IC tI o hery ulfi ed that I potee ,tt-,o
phone N124 -.-.-,-m th hours.... o'1-1i- e-t I"%, f1.1ito" -ori G ri hyS5S ;o- HB .'
10 4 m._ S1 t 1, land, ( t. P ol. Bo~at a 1t. "41.6111. T I my hnt. April U & Hv. "
1 $0 1 4r 41 IPO H D T R U C K A lply a fill e l t *In # ia 4 firnll, A y _tt A ,
m .-A: pl r T ,Ndo. An"- b ,. +.. P-iJ IZ.,~ e lis,,T a. S t,. v,,.. ,, 6 0i -,r +




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