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I'M.I I II.IIT BARBAI.OS ADVOCATE HI >i>\v. uniti ARV 2K. nj. W.L Teams In England 1900—39 . u? u T—^Mto l*>*m tn Enflia.'d i n ^^^^^mm m '** e.w.%. ;,.) must at once eta. wtantheflr* England It is interesting d,an cricket history and discover spit the weld and She blazed a trad no,, HUM) ,olMw*by.hecnt',,I Ihsl prior to thf visit of Mr as' team in I89-i lb 1 Indies were then qu tish %  portnntn TWi .:* %  I IrkUti txtri i>> Lord i Champions By Scorecanl u Tni-ns arCQl really too bad wilhi days, except that it' ... so vou can't tell a chamthe old standy scor.-. ard N tlonal Boxing Board has It that Euard Char.e. la the rule, supreme of I n and Jack R lanl so. is the loqiiji who manaaaxi JackDmpac3 %  '" |I Micxi'v Walker in that! He also Is the fellow who renllv on hi* way back ti country with his new ch.i Joey Maxim i I land.O.. lad with boxing absllt, powde puff • i Mills In London I, Teeth And Title i %  o" uood ship Queen Mary bound lor home with the Kearns said his boy will moi won.' Woodcock llnht lor the "HeavyMaxim 1 claim DM world liUhlh.'iuyweiahl litle and the white heavywemhl boy i' lieavu i v Er/ar,! The record I 1 But K' "It the National B 1I M v *l. then 1 I tor that title. that nc* wlllim l" wait until Maxim 0>,„hcr Savol.l before claiming Joe LOUl Kearns (eels that a n CharlewouU for M.i boxn '"'" 1 "" boy." he declared. Number On* -aid Louis ah mart and njtlt Maxim for !'•' %  "I re." one rontender >*.,, • boxing against such .1 lUlfa '< would be a greni match I" '•"" %  avoid aa I meetJ d ajosor, n bei If Savoid win* Kearni and s n g IX""! o< new rule uermittir.. To be sure. Charle, in, Idle uu BllnBlO, r* li wax < %  %  • 'his thai cricket hud made so githat a caiefullv cMtBi %  *'< aning a Hood account 0. ted n th,-isil of the ftrsi West In %  nd m 1900 ISO.) %  n M Ifltdad IB Jannai i %  %  rrinldarx ton, O C rmond and Burton (Bntu I. Co-, W Qoodmaa and F HIM .Barbados) L S DAdc I. S (Trim%  nd O. L .< (Jamaica) W H Tisnnn (Grenada). C A 0)11 I Inl t" lb Hit 'T %  %  hould >> %  %  %  %  I %  • %  .-p'inflinKly i. %  iiitf %  itlve Con: lands hav %  ft %  A Almana I || writes — •I will begin riKht I %  he Amen. %  %  %  %  %  %  the prothink thj: he ludgment I have g.v %  Firpo Seal Dempso\ Out of Ring BUENOS ARIES. Feb 2~ Luis Angel Kirpo still contends LtOttld have been crowneit • (•ig'nt champion o4 nat memorable day at New York in 1923 Firpo's hectic battlfj with Jack Dcmpsey was voted mp:cv was outside the rlna ..'ids by ih* force of my Firpo said in recalling the nht In the iveond rowd Demprv k-incked Firpo out to retain ; Mr title—Can Press. CHECK ZEPHYRS Men mi drawn and einht lost ring in mind ..I .-urmtances and th< %  M a ver> >redi table At first the tour lookr-i Vtf} JACK GRANT ROLF < With regard to the T< land won all three The first they won at Lord's by an innings and At first tne lour loonen verv i %  <* *—• j %  < •— %  •.>. much like Mdlni "> failure -JS8 runs, the second at Manches..but f.M rn nadt by such a bad start. the team improve! day aTter day. and at the -id ir the ial ;<> flrtl class cricket. I0M KM IC5 not out and Wally Hammond 138 In the second innings. The West Indies took tlrst Innings honours with 498 to which K II ntrlbutad 137 top score And so the 1950 West Indies ;eam wilL pay the seventh vUil of such a team to the shores of EniUnd. They leave the West Indies fully conscious of the high hv an Innings and 30 runs id the Ibird at the Oval by an inngs and 71 runs TheWest Indies paid their fifth visit ti England in 1933 under the captaincy of r. C IJacklel Grant Indies fully conscious oi ine man •wo Tests but drew the honour and heavy responsibility I aajand won the first that rest upon them as ambassaTest at Lord's by an Innings and dors of their countrymen who „ ... | J1 nun hieflv due to the devasmust leave behind a reputation •.,.:,.. oowli | %  ,,-y plaraxl the ame M good „,„ one inning, ert*jr.. a r a u . i Q Auvtin Tn fe\l llrnwn ..ven. It ten and drew 2 J-• j ] ,,. ScCwbu % %  %  hen DO baton I lead of C. Ah. Mrmle run on first innings i 1.000 run m tnl t 'tallii the highest Individual 883 run na*. I Gaorfi Chalhmor u -red 1,01' jrtga, LSt I.0U in 35 inmiiRs. s 0 tain 1.007 in 37 innings S tns" ..... •.-. • (; .i.;. Hi -''li--. -i 168 not innings 171 wl accompUah inn 7 ( or SA. : i> n JardliM aoorad 127 out ol England's 37s and E A Martindala dismissed half the team for 7:1 England won the Third Test at 0\ an Innings and 17 runs Thanks to a fine Innings of 107 by A H Bake.vell. depu%  -or Sutclifle. England put ..!> 312 lit their tlrst innings to .... II.I_I ,1.11 i_|wnleh the West II Then .Jliie the thl-d \lslt to .„ ..n.land the lamou. 1M3 ..' | %  .,!, m again „he„l.l... Mjokw-I lBltm tamed the team. This <'>•"'Kn8la „ ri ,„ ,939 constltut.-l regarded by many a. the beat Th dld cr mpart < team that the el Indies have "" r { ,J h| .„„„. .,., ,.„„iu...i in.oi .>/.i • | durlni tha tour. Tha %  i l ataa, .... 13. lost • 'no ., Tesl hv „,hl wickets at drev. II,,..;•"• J" iah HSolaj I I matrhe, ola.rd bl the JJJjn ( "JJJJ n( ^ he flrB nialarIK wan nrst claaa. nck %  innlnga ol a Test match a'. career He scored Lord'l BBtj lha NCOBd to score 1,,-luding eight censeparate hundreds in a lest la and ._ a>-^..a .....K a. n 192t--a anu. The West Indies score,! 2 M 215 as against 404 for 5 wkta. declared, ILen llutton IM and I-enia Comptnn I2HI and 100 for -,-t.oiid Test at M was drawn. England scoring m* . wickets declared and IM tor .„„i lha Waal I"*" I' 3 and 1 Bowaa gave the West Indian batsmen much trouble -,unng a bag of for 33 in the first iniiiiigs and playing the maid part in giving England the rat nmlna Fair Stays In Li.K. i O IK a/iffM (i.i it g -,-> Fan. (otmei British uf 375 while James Lanarldge t.-. :,t champion, and now rihton business man. oenieii raport from Sydney. Aus...ua. that he ,s making inquiries about emigrating there with hi, wife and three children, tarr i, reported to have writt?n to a relaUtay aaklng him to look around lor an hotel for him to l.uv To-day Farr said he had never heard of the man mentioned, cuu... "...j Anyhow he had no intention ol 195 having I i rav | n g Brighton London Ex press S ervice. Dominica Draws Match With H.M.S. "Glasfow" DOMINICA. Feb 27 The island drew two all in FootI v s 'lent o( HUM, pult.r.is M I'er vtl DRESS ran*., :!B" wide. Per %  ,! aw PYJAMA sn T |v ri a larue range :iC" i,l.-. Per yd. B4e. 4 j^ :il" wide, per yd. M, JOHNNY H-ADCLjtll In White, 1-ink. ; JV C.reen, Ilelio Sax. :'li \%itle. I'er vd. : aa CAVFSHEPH[RO&Co.,ttd 10, II, 12 A 13. BROAD Smut Barbados Amalt-ur Boxinj \>siinalin Patron His ticilttacy Th* Governor SCHOOL BOYS & MIVKES CHAMPIONSHIP TOURNAMENT. (It ' a-ai %  Viltand with ai. I aggregate of 1,556 includi' with an average • %  ( 86 runs Hendrrn M ,: placed above him. Francis wi j th H-t Iheir hundrei I smar lak'nn 10: .! ,. st i>f 15 34 nm: rttar ino srtckal each Taal siauis 28 uiuKv %  %  K IS %  %  raw to lb. %  d thirty ... lb i ,i than. %  wen #on, ...wi Kivr mam, ttam ramptatad Ihaii | I. Marltn of ., i iHI runs In 47 ..... i N I'uihi.ii'in.' ind C. A te: In 48 li rompw I ..... ,: 116 1.54 H C Grifl U tt run SunahlBC ll.ll.l Iladio l*rot(riiiiimc .... IIHHI '. ;II in Nfvit An. m.h VarMV n.hrsii'\ 9v ^Hl£: x j ii< rrem in* aMitorwi* "i*TOi>_enu>a> I IS > m Souvenir" of EE~s '" c J. ,i r.i SfS< Ar ,. ,TI On thr J..I. 1 IS P-m. > Igng Pa.ade P %  TH* News pi Daily Swv*. l> ,.,. „| ,n. aarab. • ...trr I'U. • ." l,H l i'""'„ %  ' .... Utmmni—rr Scintl tn th* Urban Ai*a ii iho Ur".*-; Ara. Kiafmrnlafv School Crwmi>i b. Bilmiii-i%  Elema>tat.ir% School pMtuhlp*. . %  %  SaKonclar? 9choU Ciatim-i" •llipai Ul Vatr. dlVUIOt. .rt. All MovMe*> luva. inrvr tlii P*rt fesionat FOmM rf jpplwii"ii obl-lllVMl fiollt Of ft MoStni HbB I i The Third Test at tEM oval sa Ihc Wrsi Indies revelling In UM England ££*.$* „ui tor $61 in their flrsi Innlitn ^,,1 ,1 3fl for 3 ,ii ' it-d - N Hi>" (run. Bra The W eatker III IIVl I .... 11.. ,„ i lean h.ii ai ,l„„n I Full I Mareh 5 l.lshlini: . P.m. || H its. 1 M •• "' I l> „, ii -nai.AV %  ,.| ,11 I ,Hlrnill,.i,l ll ratal I", M.i,ill, I" tester lai i :i ,„• i. ,.,i,. i ,ii',.' IMai I al.o t. ,. 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H.BRLARV ;s, 15I. >lercy Killing :-.'tram .'age l -^ "breath was to. ,. the UCObnl nF \ ";ie inK3ft' "I heard .1 lou. W*m£f blood, indicating me rnr Sand* rr' %  Bmc during tlu:.., H ^^Kltose : *", to the foot of the bed and US u %  hv letx a6e m Minion %  '• >ou"" *e orow 1 Mr %  -^ me -Could you see what he w(a= MM w^ed her the syringe and ncedlf s Atfed >' Dr Sander hatl -. other statemene to her. she he would nnMis, %  fn Dr. tasder left the room. "I went off to dose on* my chart al tha desk Xbe riru;t en i ead: nt exoired." —Reutfr. Cuban Sugar Price In Peril NEW VOHK (By Mail). A current weakness In the pi jjfCuuiiing attnbuihere 10 %  ' need of I _JMff 10 hi Etuse she must sell quickly and K l, hold oil as le i" Keep the price 1 %  Mm mil) ^^^^H to produo' lav, toaa %  .. mibiy that developing auti this p> dti Ow &Cfl foods ind prices 1 tocxt February will be the same m Saw. Bu fjepressui' filers, arc holding off until it becomes so -HI I' BARBADOS u\< O/fatof ctevt, ferut m* uousi can PACK THREE Old MotW, i ~o,-.y knT To the fuptoMnJ To a*T 1h* poor do£a pi* 8uT u*h*n s>w T 1W Thi cupboard u\|uit Because Th* pig u*u in Thf i*v YOU MOULDY BUMPJ.JUST L00\ YOU, •iOh/, WE 'U BF YOUR. VAlWTiMCAND f|0W I L^ UlriaTrri&Ttir JusT taT USOUA MAJORITY REDUCED 7 m rrmn pair 1 ..> making no [Yirrr Mints:<*r Herbert Morrison told in Party Jubilee Celebration % %  wiilfht 'hat they would be %  rrvpared for another %  i rather than later." ken forhaviiiK got "til tne biggest nggregctc %  OKlaM le bein %  %  i %  %  antlm i, it is. I k a fair assumption that the aearvai raa) have petted raximum." I that the Brttsh electorhanre to think before the next election vill decide to . aoaojuata %  ad not to re• %  -"tely difficult lot, which will now face i -.\iry parties" of the : aartg vote ol more than billon with only 9 seats :.it as he dona much itood to H un an I thai UUeral Intai vanltmi damaged r.abour no less than the Tones— possibly i -iii know I do not know Ilul 1 *hould like to find out "The re ..it rmniiii tor l-lt.tiil is Are lhe\ | party of progress or are ihey not? Do ruiium to move forward or do they wiah it to no Kruter ST. VALENTINE 5 DAY Sea Eggs. Flying Fish In Jamaica ...,....., a i i, n r lulu II KINGSTON. j n B y Mall) The Flaherfea Department, a informaUon thai edible ;n Millions For German Sugar FRANK Tfte Bcoi %  i atlon Adcomaitui. 136.000 aspr b) the w> knaienk'. Marshall Aid di roni the U.S., I occupM lerriMries will orovide .'ne balance, \tk sUKav cominK mainly From Ikrmosa and South America.— Wo. our latest Thai with Dearor U.S. Citrus Crop GEORGETOWN.!By Mail) British Guiana started off the year with a reduction In hci export trade by $1,302,803. FI.I Ihe first month of the ran i \ ui ports totalled S2.T42.562 ocal trade in the*e wllh **' 055 3 85 for January, 1049. Imports on the other hand One of lb* three species of showed an increase of nearly ml u agreeme edible sea eggs that are found in n"-a-million dollars, b.-i Barbadian waters and which form M > 20 *.M compared with implemented. A %  large part In Ihe dielry of Bar*'7 '2.049 for the same month """' "ill bus been placed on the badlans can be found off Ihe m 1M8 c book, and the re-.i. coast of Jamaica Nearly 24.000 tons ol ended in the Adams less than in January, 1949 wen TICS Officer has placed l>ipped. causing a reduction onuses of re-organisaorders with Barbados for a test more than SIOO.OOO in the inipmenl ,,l sea urchins am of the Colony's exports. SV JWtAjft exS-'aSn's^ol;; mat .aT'ca^'of'^n/r Sll ^"1 £" V^SM tthod shows anything like B substantial needs of a mode, i increase over last year's January community, and the A exports. A total of 24.292 cubic rnusl redouble II feet of round and hewn timber Uwaa structural ehang. valued at $35,614 was exported In Intereai both ol its m. contrast with 7.685 cubic feet of the conunun valued SI 1. 821. w 'th reaped to ihe Worki I>e981 ounces of gold went to the partniantB, Hi U.S.A. worth $46 723 bet P'eaaed to app.int „ romflighest single item on tha Inmi,,ee '" I>orts list was flour. $301,948 "R?" £ re-organiai.t.on of Ihe worth having been brought to the fgSSH Colony in Januarv. !949. .lour S#f„ ''" imports were about $33,000 than this year. 1949-50 Important Says C.S.A. Report PHE WM1940-60 I Minnelv nnpurtanl one. aayi the Report ol the Council ol the Bariwdoa Civil tioa The Kepn deeJi with Mich lubjocti as the Whitley Council. Structure and Salary and General Stfia| tiong. moult records thai the new salarv tee has been constituted, but has not yet held its first meeting. The Keport says this about Structure and S The Ml in our last repoi I ised. but the Council is satisfied that, takii.,. to consideration, thi %  iiicnt on the method of has been assimilation :iies. the 01 trapping this fish with the aim of having it applied here to boost marine food supplies R.C. Bishop Resigns After 20 Years WASHINGTON (By Mail). A rise in ihe price of citrus Ihnti in the U. S. is foree. I O^S Department of Agriculture. Ofugeg will certainly fetch more. mao now until May. bad weather nring spoiled the • rop, and de-. %  snd. asptciall> I %  m. having risen. %  aJ-S, >:i pefrult crop is the) iWtileit ft ,n,i tho ItWnt hlg] R lased to continue. G ociaty of Jasu* jwdumreceived three tin %  wi for mcir crop during this Sjar. u they did during January. 1H9—B I r .rl.d u Vdv.c.tr r..r. ( ,ndrnli KINGSTON. Jca. (By Mail) Bishop Thomas A. Emmet, head of the Koman Catholic Mission in Jamaica for the past twenty years has resigned and will be returning shortly to America. He first caine to the island in 1916 and served as Parish Priest and Headmaster of St. George s College until 1921 when he returned to e/M consecrated Bishop of Tuscania and Leopard EseapesZoo Plain . i 1 ouncil %  lary to serve up.m this Committee, Changes the conditions of ire to be considered E* !" *!^ = £*£ successor is the Very Rev. John Mclleney. S J Provincial of DO Biimlaj Yesterday 37 ant £iiSr.. ,i, 5&?* ProVin ' "' ,h denS woodlaml was set in the hope of (lush nig Maunlania Will Earn Over Sim. hdmi cnii* H i • OKLAHOMA. Monday. A buudii Marines. Police State Troopi'M and volunteers Comtn.uee under the Ch-..inshlp of the Col< l rig of Civil Set balm i. to which %  '. Praal %  n A. Vaughai mal. while planes In munication with the groin.. m „, the "ants Meat F'aetorv • jaruw flew vm cariobaan i **-**# %  _T one plane reported lighting the report hits not r (IT lailtlliflt ,fte l* 0 P? ^( %  about one mile east lished. An. %  %  """" of the fire but a search party F.C s iiurbttti.. dv iicerttiNieMii rushed to the spot failed to find It. Commi.'sion and piesented a KINGSTON. .. i. (By Mail). Citizens of Oklahoma tun indum. Hon. Sir Harold Allan, Minister out in their thousands t<> watch Tl ,h ' quaatt of Finance, is in could not afford it. Under accept without prejudice to their claim for o the methcKl ot u I on proximity of unou an increment. Imfoilun.i i the ASM] award was made, the added increment was to a bonu of officers en increment* anil i Advised Association was Legislature th of the Ada would t' ,. dealt wit) the implementation < put the / %  LaOaaa who is as we!! %  ti^ov %  dftiiWiHineiliiorlotaii aad conmoo nderr dta t ^^• %  ea lo encouragv %  %  • in the liali.. none will allow igroaioeii.'. lo arlthdraw Ihelr t* !" 8 "'..nd it is Ig". '" 1 '.' "ill i-neourage Brllons, t**"" ^nd Canadians lo pui aaaC 1 ? 1 "•'-"' %  ""' build homes III I' I Portland, th,eaeteni probably be found trampled lo '•) ..,,._ vth." o1 eueceeded in having sorvlee RecreeentaSunday motoriiu crowded -inuiion brauabl mtp lue wila r Ueae. highways and country roads lead'.<}') "' "imiler bodies in the Ing north and east from th,Lin" %  %  ' K ," %  "' ".•• "> '" In the scheme It la Intended lo coin Park Zoo from which ttw J"J AOM,„„.. ; ,.,I,ON m.n.pud eppotnted include ,hc rearing of pig,. a „d leopard rent,y imported Iron, -„-"„• %  other small stock on a very large India escaped scale for the production of ham, the 20 foot wall of its pit bacon and allied products. R.A.F. Spitfires HONO KONG. Feb.. 27. Royal Air Force Spitfire crews were standing by here today in i %  Chinese Nationalist planes attack commercial aircraft on the (jound. Spitfires are making more patrols of the Hong Kong frontier Bermuda Gets first Good Well L HA ^F. ***'l,ood drinking-wa.v-r %  fcrmuda has been ^^ %  ^water diviner brought ^^"•"i by Mr Kenneth Rob%  aifamous novelist. ^P"ae with a hazel I % %  and membt'i lug in tho ,,. When highway patr<>:into the area lo check a rumoui that the animal was seen th* 1 i k wduld ba follow..i by n stream of cars. Police bed to stt up road blocks to keep moton't* out of the area. —Reuter GOOD WHALE CATCHES CAPETOWN, Monday. Whale hunting expeditions in Nationalist planes have recently the Antarctic are going ahead of made attacks frequently on ihe chedule. Their catches amount to Chinese side of the border about 200 units dally. They —Rcfsier. would reach their tau March 10th instead of April .. scheduled end of the season. Kesler. Police Dogs LYONS, Feb.. 27. Police dogs here today began lo hunt for two bandits who shot i.nu killed M. Georges Andre, proprietor of the Durand Steel-works, whin they robbed his apartment ot 2.000,000 francs yesterday. The ring masks bound the hands and feet of Madame Andre h<*r two daughters and son-in-law ..eked the apart%  ii' finding the safe — %  eater jumping over „,—-—. . ;ind lo put I %  ,1 Mill' New \i i an' -nil in The Staff has ft ticen put into operation without prejudice Whitley Council should be mandatory rather than art\. again unable to report much pro,. .mental Whitley which has be.: and la Pert 2 of the Adams Report. An agreement has bean reached that those matters in Part 2 of the Adams Re, relate to conditions of BM be dealt with by a committee under the chairmanship of tl .• %  ijitiipointi outlined brieftj In n %  pieoared foi mittae al then lepresentalives entertain high IHK"I MISS On on pod nines sod stay home indupo—tl. -.hrn fsradol belps to relieve |rri<-iiC pains M qaickly! No dissgreaable H-down or %  Iter-dfects. SitwatisV cally-conipuuiKiNl lrM4iugrtdi.-iiu --Paradol brings fast rrl.. i hi headachr*. too. Try Paradol—the aaate KDr. Chase" is your aa DR. CHASE'S PARADOL —Qv*i Rs/iW frmn Pmm Jamaieun ihi ^^iiif: Chargee ^JRHAMPTON (Bv Mail) Patterson, 24% %  V n Ba £a ^ fw ^ %  ^' %  etssW at %  "tVC-f. Show Business HOLLYWOOD. New York's Stock Exclumge is considering \ TV programme over privately,. .1 sUtion to sell shares—Rex vurernsnded Harrison absndoiiad piaw to direct red him to take a rail—; .clures -llracl only amall cinema audience 'n Texas, home if cowboys—Hollywood u o"> stone* of golf stars, including Ben Hogan—Van Hefli is regUtering al a California university to aludy for a Matter of Arts degree. WILLIAM FOGARTY LTD. Inc. H. (,. Announcing the arrival of 1950 PRESTCOLD REFRIGERATORS 4.44 c.f. capacity See Ihe New Feature*, in ll ILL ST1 I -i. 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PAGE FOIR BARBADOS ADVUI 1TB TUESDAY FEBRlAk UH BARBADi^siflkA^oem Codrington College f —T"*" THF i n t(lAiinn of Prince"* ..._... ^_..._. . L Tamil I by TW M*MN o. **.. *• " %  •* %  %  •"" TueMlnv. Krhruarv 28. IS" Snjar Follow I'p THE leccnl sugar laltcpoint unrnis'akably to a growth in \ opment o( the Wt I and sugar experts met at GowuMMBl nd have decided not to entertain the ,f the British SomUlWM lu lne .,; %  Astociati %  quou of 640,000 tons of sugar but quest permission from the Secretar> "f State for the Colonies to send a political delegation to bargain with the Mintoti Food on a IKW compromise' hams of the present West Indian surplus sugar pr.x)uction, estimator! it 72J.0OO tons. The only vital point yet to bt Wttled is the best time for the delegation to gp to London. The pn %  ra] Elections mak. impossibletor an immadiat) visit. This must wait until it is quite certain what plans Mr Attlee is maki mint of the United Kingdom. Bui imperative that negotiations shjuld begin at the earliest moment, which should be |y in April. Under a cloud of uncertainty and with feelings ot frustration the West Indian QoVi I mentl met in Grenada essentially to mi presented I men! demanding : .; tugai It nry. The populations of most of these colonies depend almost solely on sugar and without imperial preference or guaranteed markets cannot support themselves. They had hoped to be able to expand the in and improve methods of production in cider to raue the general economy of the area. If Qreat Britain consents to present generous demand, they will at least under a long term agreement, lie saved the alternative oi what expansion has hitherto been made Faced with a General Election In bit h it might be raised against them thai had caused an increase in the houtl budget, the Socialist Government through the Ministry of Food hesitated to jrant the demands of a sugar delegation winch i London last year. The repi. uf the various West Indian governments held then meeting at the time of the [ion and many of them I rejection by his conititt* Secretary of State for the Colonies who had shown great sympathy with West Indian sugar when the food UinitU I • ids To an did and at tl did 's %  tubule to then unity and judgn A continued Wi %  of 900.000 tons I I the Indus" to do: but I ot product!,. ad soo.000 tons and acttd with the inuu TL' the extremist who must have %  Ins view, -a limited view all But ti. and sober minds who know thai to ask for what is possible than t %  %  deal at Grenada < at least three politicians who can .ul problems apart from Inl n licit too to th< i to the vast amount ot work put in bef' : .'.mi. They ha\ standard and one winch it is not easy for the British I to retain the loyalty of the W. with a Conservative (Jovernment I to Imperil ment. it could quota than 725.000 ten annul decui' action the I i Ity to a final An unmtelli or obit ,t the moral victory attained at i Will III %lll IIS KAYi stallation of Prince's Alice a* Chancellor of tlic Univenrtty College of the West Indie-. i brings to mind the only othr %  In this aia Th. |g well known and has I p.oduced men who have neld high I %  • si John Lrai Jamaica, and rcylon. H was foundled by C h ll llo phl Codnngton III, SfBO wan born In 1868 His grandi,,,,l i C,"lrmgton -. ueaner%  "( he t' d ?! Ihc wonders "1 Ihc New World ..,: Codrlngtoi. Iwho had .rttlrl in Virginia In IWWi left England in 'he reign "f [ Charles I. who,, only %  cadtl II rv and make hi: fortune. I chrl %  nc to Barbados and became a wealthy planter; „e died his two son. were I losponsilillin In this Island. The older Chrts.1 was made Governor Leeward Cartbbee Isles .n and at his death in l98 %  on, Chrlatophgf II.. to caIhe tradition of his name. ChrUtophi r Cod lotton %  '• Church • ncr on July .i. 11685. Afte lak.ng his degree lie I was elected to a tcllowshlp at All Souls, Oxford. In 160. He aerated himself to ancient an I modern languages, literature hliI tory, divinty. physic and logic also he was conlde-ed a wit and I mere .Indent, for four years after nil All Souls he WJ1 Hi in Fland%  here he attracted the attenl.on of the King and was made a of age when Ins lather died, anl the Kin,; < "" Command In the West Indwl Christopher Codrinftoa til returned to the WCM 11 the stele of the Islands was very unsettled; his officials do not appear to have i eeo always trustworthy or loyal to him Codrington proved hlnuelt t. bt and able ruler, but as Is inevitable with such men, he made cne%  npeal w-as lodged agaui't him. but was dismissed bj UK House of Commons. Codringtoii and Admiral Benli successful engagi against the French, but after Adimiral Benuow s death, a great expedition planned by him ana *,, a **? l £l Guadeloupe In 17OS failed; at the age of Ihlrty-slx Codnngton resigned his appointment In 1704 d to his estates in Barbados; where he died • %  yearlater. Professor Burrow'Worthies of All Souls.' records the extraordinary genius which enables a) young a man lu, win his laurels In so many and so varied vocations of lifeAt the age when most men just start to enjoy success. Codrington. loaded with University honours and Mllita v distincUoiu. retired 10 tatlons to devote himself to Usfl more perfect cultivation of lea ning and the advancement ol religion and phllanthro phy. By CHARLES GAYT3N Codiington died on Good Friday, April 17th. 1710. in the buiioing which is now the Principal's lodge at Codrington College He was buried the next uay in St Michael's Church, Bridgetown, by the Rev. W Gordon, the Rector. Six years later hls body was exhumed and carried to England to be deposited in the ante-chapel of All Souls, Oxford, where the single stone upon his grave bears the one word— CODKINGTON He had bequeathed his splendid collection of books and a sum ol money to his College of All Soars The Society for the Propagation of the Gospel in Foreign Parts, which had been founded m ITO1, was left his estates in the following terms— I nice and bequeath my two plantations in the Island of Barbados to the Society for the Propagation of the Christian Religion in Foreign Parts my desire is to have the plantations continued entire and 300 negroes at least always kept thereon, and a convenient number of Professors and scholars maintained there, all of them to be under vows of poverty and chastity and obedience who shall be obliged to study and practice Physics and CMrurgery as well as Divinity, that by the apparent usefulness of the former to all mankind they maf" both endear themselves to the people and have the better opportunities of doing good to men's souls whilst they are taking care of their bodies, but die particulars of the const, leave to the Sociely compose, of wise and good ttfueen Anne interesain ine erection of UK and timber was brought from UM neighbouring islam,-. b] %  rat. However, n was %  that the lime was rlftn College, out alter various delays a Grammar School was opener in 1745 (Now tne Looge Senooii Jt was not until another grc educationalist came to hlarb-o-vnat me College came into beir-a in I8J0. Bishop William Hal. Coleridge, seeing the need of i comtanl supply ol clergy, and the difficulty ot ootaining uiem from Knglano. made recourse to the original plan and the Codnngtoi. foundation became a Colic chaplain of the SPG John Hothersall Plnder. became Ihe first Principal. It is remarkable that Codrington College's first Principal became the first Principal ot Wells. the first Theological College in England; and Bishop Coleridge, after retirement In 1842, n to England and became Ihe first Warden of the Earliest Missionary College In England. St. Augustine's. Canterbury. Thus Ci I ton College claims the proud distortion of being the pioneer ol the Theological College movement of the nineteenth century. It U to be hoped that the University College of the West Indies will be more fortunate than Codrington. which has hac many disasters in its long and chequered career The first buildings were wrecked in the hurricane of 17S0. Reopened in 1745 •.t was again demolished by the hurricane of 1780. Rebuilt am reopened in 1789. enlaine 1 for the netting of the College on an academic footing in 1829-30 completely destroyed by thi hurricane of 1831. The hurricane of 1898 came on a succession 01 years of poor financial return; from the sugar plantations, anc it appeared inevitable that the College would be closed. This was averted by the help of the West India Committee and a cenerous grant from the SPG Bicentenary Fund. On April 18 1926 misfortune strutk again, this time in the form of lire, and the Chapel, the Hall, the Ul" Tutor's Quarters, the Common Room, and the Students' Rooms were completely destroyed; only the outer walls remained. D.L Sales Of Cigars. Rum. Continue To Decline LONDON imports of cigars during the first nine third of the cor%  i He stocks of rum in These, memoranda,, • wganlsaUoa to the Secretary of State for Commonwealth i ,*,slUon has deteriorated continuously since I .,. Mr R K Winter. Secretary of the irganisat'ion which represents primary producers I the Dominions and Ci ,,( ru : ndum says; "While there ,as been an Increase in UK. imports of rum during •ne first nine months of 1949, withdrawals from 1 aond have been little more than half the quantiles recorded in the corresponding period of IS348 and stocks have almost doubled." I The following table for rum covers the period t lanuarv 1 to September 30. in millions of gallons; 0 K IMPORTS 1948 1949 Inl Decrease It 7.9 plus 1 3 WITHDRAWALS TSOal BOND 1948 1949 Increase or Decrease 241 1 27 minus 1.19 STOCKS I>t OK: BONDED WAREHOUSES IS.pt 301 1948 1949 Increase or Decrease 6.96 12 67 plus 5.71 The Memorandum continues "All but a negliriblc proportion of the rum Imported comes from Commonwealth sources-British West Indies. Brush Guiana. Mauritius and South Africa — and •icing a by-product of the sugar Industry n IOI lows* that a large contraction of the demand such „ has recently occurred In the market which nor %  nally abeo.bs practically the whole o thet P} of rum must react seriously on the Prospent> or the sugar industry which is the economic n i atonies which produce It. ,,„.,,., .., reduction of sales in this cr • only inflict damage on the overseas sugar Industry, with resulting serious effects on inc nrn.r>wttv Of the producing countries but also STmaferlal lo?s inI the =u^ "*,£ %  he United Kinodon-. Producers in th-West.Incites ikolv ui prove inadf; „, _„,. The table for cigars between January 1 and September 30 in pounds weight is as follows. O.K. IMPORTS Increase or 1948 &*%! For TO-DAY Cm of Living BH* Tins TRINIDAD GRAPEFRUIT HK LSUa ^ _"" Tins BOURNV1I.I.E CHOCOLATE B'SCUTS Jl. 22 S McEWAKS RED LABEL BEER—per L'ottle 2 ._ i! Per Cage $6 24 — 4 j, lOLOlwK-tOlv CTOKsK* WE HAVE ALUMINUM SINKS with Doi-.ble Drain Boardi ALUMINUM SINKS with Sin B le Drain Boards ALUMINUM SINKS, 30 ins. x 18 ins. ENAMEL SINKS, 24 ins. x 16 ins. & 20 ins, x 14 i B1 PORCELAIN SINKS, 27 ins. x 18 ins. PORCELAIN BASINS, 25 x 18 ins. oi 22 x 16 iu. (with or without Pedestal) COPPER PIPE, n in., v.In., '4 in.. & l" im and Fittings WILKINSON & HAYNES CO.. LTD., Successors la C. S. PITCHER & CO., LTD. Phones: 4472, 4687, Sil llm. 11 With the Russians Iiiiiul Utr rrjt prob•rim ...In,.Ihr worlt! ..KU> l ,.h.llt.i Utr I iMtMl ^tr. or Ihr I 'nitfd SUl.. Mi Hrilaln should pncair in dirrrl u.pirvrl trf'k^ ilh Sitvir. Kt^'iJ in 411 rllort to jvolvr Ihr rrlllral mi..(i. HI at .ii.nni' ronlrol. *n4 olhrr m*J.ir told war tMMS. la Ihr %  rlirlr thai follows, one of the hkhrst i.tnkum I mi'il MBI Mil) Why %  houldn'. w ill down with •he Ru'siiiii' 1 ; %  "'->' %  and lr> hi wort Ml on our % %  %  i nif.il It would probably be hard to And in MII i.trh an bnpi ihi rc1 %  in III ig| t turn its thoughts al once 10 tfforU U) dtVadC Huworld up %  1 I think ..i-hcs alio lhal lhl hM \ Wo musl b* Bwajc of Xhv futil* Of this cour**. H involve* an attempt lo spill apart Uie nations of thi* CrM wrld in Iho hope that v.\ the slmnjcest .f HM %  1 would throw some of our i.) UM wolves and Ihcreby discredit m in tint-ves <-f all inn* wnlen divide us 1 Let us take %  look at them Pe-i. %  Ury of Stale said U we h.. in w Ul net a treaty with Austria. I We made no head ". and lh Dalon DM Dd mn bn wHlli | to tgroa 10 ow principle that %  1 ; vhi.h (lartlcipated Pa had u i-iKin lo a ratal iii UM %  Ih Anili.iss.uliir I i'lirst A. (.russ In none of these problems do tnt llMM 'iivido the Soviet Union on the ono aide and the U.S. along on the other. In all of them tho rwti of others are directly Involved. Moreover, it is an Intorwttni .iiurftiHT, 11 H uit iinm-MiiiK fact which we should nut that ha tl In 'vhich we have carried on bi-lateraL dls* 1 QovtmRMOl m btiva fared no belter tdan w* have in the United Nations. Take Korea as an During the war wc tnt agreement with the Sov defining the areas of Korva In 11 of us would accept the surrender of Japanese troops. Wo soon found out that tin 1 iierately distortinn anc. twi-simtt this agreement by pretending it was intendcv, two tones of occupation in Korea. For months on m Wi patient and persistent dl We got QOWtv 1 The United Nations then took thematter up Hfi. we went from two-power discussion to the United Nations. But when UM !'•>' Of th,' world repTOsented in the United Nations established certain principles looking toward u free and mdep ndent Korea, the Soviets refused to participate. They walked out on a commission the U.N. ^et up. just as they had walked out on the earlier d rtalch they had hold with the United 6 Would anybody seriously suggest that we should surrender this support we are netting from tho resl of the world on this matter and resume the two-now*I cuulon which ended in luiluiu because of Soviet refusal lo accept certain basic normal conditions of moral conduct? To return to the atomic control U atomic plan docs not violate or interfcn with sovereignty of the Soviet Union any more or lei does of the United States or anyother country From b. • entitle and political pom' Of WOW the experts who have worked on it are convinced that this much .toverolgnty mutl bo order to get effective control. From Jamaica Countries 1947 281,425 68,762 [9tf 1949 Over 1947 193,736 95.775 — 185.650 22,937 10.753 58.009 Whul's on Today Meeting of the Legislative Council al 208 p.m Merlin* of Ihr House of Anoonbh *i i oo \> m Mobile Cinema. Mt. Tabor Area. SI John at ^ 30 p.m. Mr. J. W B. Chrnery loomi al British ('uuitril al SIS p.m. The Communists say that the United Nations pton dor %  %  \ Union turn over ownership of atomic (aclllt United Nations romm which the United Slates has what thev t all an %  •autotnotta majority." "This, of course, b %  s nonoai there is no such thing as an iuto matte majority OUt %  • cision that wouUi have to b0 by the United Nottom in connection with the control plan would treaties which would define the righto and duties of -he DOli involve the loyal carrying out of such ti< In other words, what th. Union In effect is saying is that It cannot trust the maiority of the world to carry out in good faith ncernlng prodU ; of atomic material* ;s well as inspection designed Id tnaurt Ihoir poooofnl uses. \ members of the United Nations voted for the United Nations atomic energy plan. Onlv the Soviet bloc opposed it. Does tho Bovfot UnJ nrl uoly believe that those 40 countries would disregard obllgattoi .nd would pervert Interr th,purpose of obtaining some illicit advantage over tl The truth of the moth I simpler than this The truth is. and it is n facl which we musl 'OOlt t police state system finds difficult indeed to subject itself to anv inspection from the ou< ii< i. Ltrtoin; Honco, ihe news blackout within the Sovkrt Union; Honco, UM rafuool %  loo to roctlvo Intern tiuii.il Gonlfol and |nop< I ,f 350,187 ~21.era 106.528 243.659 ^^r. J^ !" ^286 _1U38 t; W3 ,q 4 7 1948 1949 Decrease lfttt Over 1947 | gs-srw ^ _ss =w much mire than h.ilt or um ,,s been •he Cigar i \ i .. |t n That the difficulties of "tar manufacturers in Jar %  ,^ '7 ,,'f i llir ing recent months by the effects.of Ion Of the C Maiiiifacturing and productl UH increasing to n marked extent: the cost ol several imported materials surn t is rlOOn bv more than 40 Of devaluation. drop in imports from • r than Jamaica (India 0 and Dominica) has been prooortionat.lv even arenter than In the case of Jamaica. The Memorandum concludes: "There has been a sharp drop in consumption of Commonwealth ind cigars (as well as in those of foreien origin) shire 1947 This is serlousl mH irm „ d the Dominions and Col..nies which depend to a large extent on the trios* The dron Is rhleflv due to the high '. suiting from o %  l^ 39 lo ponal •t'K -uffering to the extent ! at i 15m a year as a result of the redu-ed wilhdr.. % %  position and avert grave injurv to nrot! British West Indies, ii I "'hfi parts of the Comi B.U.P. YES! MY DEAR!! TERRY'S CHOCOLATES are sweeter and rhraprr TERRY'S CHOCOLATES Plain. Nut and l mil Prppermint. Marsipan. Coffee Nancallit Genoese Fruit Cream ae. PER BAR Terry's Almond Dessert Chocolate 4 OZ. BAR — 28e. Terry'* Devon Milk Chocolate 4 OZ. BAR — 29c. MWSIIII) SIOII ol < O.. LTD. To The Edit SIH %  t Ihe LU—or should it be n.:. awoit %  reflet for turn BlKk' I % %  requisite (HI a inodorn %  Ihin ; %  Mr \ onuilh Cheap and Ahmitlaiiif Electric Power Y% \ Prime Mover ... n i — ** r flsjauiifi} dioms with Attractive Cartin% ma* lli .h|t.*-% i r.mi our Bli Selection of CRETONNES and th. Popular Flowered PLASTIC SHEETING FOR VOUR SHOWER CCTTAW DA COSTA & CO., LTD. DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT it i rrj \*>\>\ i ago. not app' Inl Thoro Com%  %  .. %  t.4iit heat u i I %  ntll the cost. r J w 1.,, and i Hall of Fame, but I think ual t> Enjland khh will I tOOtl (or (11 UM won a Test .. i'.tm of Lcfceten unlll 1 are already ll from Week.* Wah.iit .. IUe. Marshall and whop they bO| a-d a oreal I reaped when Jones. Johnson. llama, Valeniu %  Ramadlun bowl. the Wet lumph, fo .... %  %  %  RICHARD CI Iford." Uh.it Mr. Uvulhvrhrml Sui.t To The Editor, The Ad SIR,—Please all...'m \ meeting in St Michael relative to UM % %  in. pay for parochial 1 MTOt with i Mr. Gale .aid. When X. made a motion to raise £3u0 for tlic purpose of paying Mr. Adams .ate the Par. vice with a view to COM fabrics, a snomooi of •> "as and suggested that wo %  Government. "Thlowoi not agreed to and £S00 was raised prepared to follow the p ri^ument thai 1 l % %  . %  in a SIL: Labour Officer, staled (hat eartatn ployees do similar work to employgos) ,( wo t <>tu I'mim/i Coo/c/MCOl SIR.My brotru had dance he t Podoofcoaa, how ire profeancketers. pi w.messes, professional mourn*srs %  .. answer to lil ;^;ee that one biolher workin ( mmonl got bt type of work and h: But what about i ,-liat aDoui rhu. U other parish" l am saying that : %  %  informed." BRIM | #1 i Barbados Phare Broad %  ast group, chosen %  %  lie closed corporation no Vanglble i ird but arc paid hi trot in ihc % %  itht -. ~.ti shaking, smal talk and ex%  i il he knew .ling -tone gathered no moot. "V Itui it gats CON LETTERS which ore signed with a oom-de-pJun.e. buf tin ipaniod by the customary bona fides, will bo iy iored. Many such reach tho Edifov's desk each week, and traders are aqcln reminded of the necessity for Ihe writer's name io be ki.own fo the Editor, not tor publication, buf as an assurance of good faith. SERVE THESE SPECIALS DURING LENT FISH FISH CAKES in Un KIPPERS In mis FROZEN SALMON COD FILL.:,' i HERRINGS SWEETS MARSH MALLOWS BARLEY SUGAR CANADIAN CHOCOLATE BARS I VI.E'S GOLDEN SYRUP CEREALS BIX __., SHREDDED WHEAT PEP „ D OATS OATMEAL GRAM NUTS j a R. ENRICHED a**** SPAGHETTI J^S MACARONI a CH— I \KC.t Ugfiiut Phoae GODDARD8 TO-DAY



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gjDAl FEBRl \K\ More Fish n The Market Km fl T ^. n and 1^^^ -tie amount IIBBBBBW market ha;; aTeatly ^^^^C of ;he peop.> js** a*"1 ; 2 „r. the ttmti now '"^p Mffcel J* .-,, %  '* %  '" clearly Le B of 8.8:.u used through This was madup of %  .of living fish. I.3W lbs. I""! 2( 42 lbs. of shark. 333 Ig'Sih.and Mil * of £ r D Hinkson, Clerk of the tTffikt the Advocate tl people are gettu I^LpI to the market now BJpSjee are kecpinc. St— aml ,is '' vmior KL that recently very few 2.ere hle to buy nan alone rii, at the wharf. Tho IK Sutsble I.' at the Wharf ". ~ |) is being conveved there. BARBADOS ADVOCATE PACE nvi: dS* rKt Decisions Confirmed Butter Here Tomorrow ue !" E %  '"'" %  """"" <0 wlu %  tlI.r-1. Georges from the hl| in the Chamber delegate, stand on either side of S fii// Text of Grenada l^n^ent Sugar Talks Resolution Unloaded DKISONs b) n„ Wewehi, II Hanschell were,„. [Mr banH A Vaughn of the Hnnschel ,.ed two riM In which ,'carwood hid aecu.eC Ira Cask" :.,rk. •.-. !" ol having stolen %  pocket %  ed >2 aad cunulnlng S34.84, and the other of having and beaten her The ttcucc* were committed bcr 2. Monou s were of the pUUW that the caaea had not been proved. Yearwood said that after • natde dlipute between Clarke and herself they began to light' In th Mir of the struggle her pocket book dropped ami Gsskin ran jf. with it. CLARKE'S "BLOOD MIXTURE Cleanse the system Iro'm blocd impurities ; many sufferers fro.n rheumatic aches and pains, lumbago, neuritis, pimples, boils, sores and minor skin ailments, can derive g r eat benefit from this well-known medicine. la LIQUID M riltfl FORM „ rOLLK.I [ar giving Usj concerts II fStumed to RSigColleco. small shipment ol ' ," c "', "> Tnmdnd Legislate ant conce, was over rom Holland, "' !" otincil. The various tern%  "iBtrlbut.on followed by he , an !" < !" J • Ties were represented u I * '' cooktn* and^ihu iSiE"!* l0W!: f Meg, it mn in „ n Q iMctrk. rvbrdm. II |; ALL the equipment brought bv motor vessel Caracas-' on friday [^(jSlSr'parksKi MrCh.se attributed the present *2KU. ,i „ "„ %  B*cfiSu' School. sh -"Ad.,, E-\*o heard th. es from Canada e.lHSSJ?.' 1 *" '...' %  ?5mllM by Uteii enioru ol 9 Australia L5i Folk Songs L^u. Polk Songs : ta:.e. W TSSS : — KMCaterpill... fell from .aken to ge, fair, aiid overt in m-d LIIOIIU AI r Roiii Ai B lilUm •* Vcr>tute. St. John aim H fcfencw^ : thls w f 'h-anT-" Esstnated for an injury to p*f the steamer on which the J" % _'^ aor c G Beaslcy III knee and ipcLn-ii brakt te.il %  (run, the .1": lf lan sugar per of the Conirolle. after 1952 (when the gl PEUi'Li. aken to '"at the Au *ifcIt^MthenS r^uwUbiy ramuMr*iiGWrpiUar fell from th,, l n ^f y , *M 640.U00 tons 0 | | I Nil',: ... IL'A. t_JI num the i butler will be agreement to buy all exiKirtable ItGwral Hotpital sufTerini " irch.' ..;,, %  jutes after the Central Diflicull coupled with Ihc limitation of total MS, driven i.;, Cameron "It is my opinion." t.id Mr. B.WJ. exports to 800,000 tons (j' Bi > ' i ., amount „f 640.1100 torn Is less kwpoliMii Drug Store at going In make it very difficult fo, tha | exuorls which Mt toSSfnSSH: „f ","•' !" ,,su !" w < % %  %  I"' ..t 725.000 ml Iklthwaile ol Deucui tan that the Kj and Mai i limitation of the ~ irch narket. 640.000 tons %  and gla eue at the s : : fAjntrelli i id i ., hr Knerofli. be-en made m bulk and British West |,„|„, Serafiii % !" "'". h;i At 'he tniie „f Ihe ulmingof II.. %  ' I...1-. a the butter A rly January, and thi. ......e. %  ^" %  •H-J? dtoehuied. A "Utter was to have been sent' was i"!!, !*' E Rolfe of ,hc Colonial ( tbe guard wall of the :m 't Welfare Oran' as Secretarv of the Conftn POMriiLConfemice > nuderue wai knocked while all supplies uf the modiiy was exhausted. ingon. drawing a trailer Realising the unfortuaic I caterpillar owned by tion iJ.N. Harrlman lb; Austin Gill Koid tt-as travelling JSS saw a car .,„,,, ,. held ,„ L,„,do„ Tl. t London Th i e amounted to a guarantee Their Honours ,.( the Court of Appeal Mr. J. W. B and Mr. H. A. Vaughr upheld a decision ,,t Mr. II. A Talma and dismissed a cast -•' brought by the iwhce again.. im, !H£:.i Airport has Ifahunircl Youaup el Mam Hut oeen unloadcM and removed Iran Street. St Michael. Yousup wn l80LVED FOLLOWS: -urm/ Sunday „„ ;k n^ TT^m^'^, the total umita of perm it tea t-ovenunent crane the engineers S2 2 n^H."!" 'J, 90000 ,on5 om '';"' dd 'chrgingthe,nachlnMr Ci. H Ad. ms appeared to. propowd by Hi. Moteity's %  that same day. Yousup Oovemment for the British The Caracas" sailed out yetlerWe Indies and British "lay morning for Port-of-Suauv Yousup, a peddling clothe Oulana as inadequate, but in Trinidad, from where it is exDeetdMl r I"" 1 "' ***" living II sympathy with the purposes ed to return to Barbados \y\h B *'*" dM ,or "' months and '" "" ""otHer load of ,„.,,l„n, rv .,' '".V." :l h ,,.II ,n,n r > ,or The ,„se lor tha proaacuUe i id sugar trad.Maura. J. M. iiainmai, and ce '."''"^ J!^i .1'' 7'D "f 1 "" is p,,,,, • tumberbatch the shirt fo, J4 n, BrlUan Wo %  *** was ra of linens I nrt~! J t ""'uneratlve jenlly scarce in Harbados, has denied having offered C v ii ",. C . ^ "" %  "-'" % %  % %  %  ^ n iteaoily nowing into the batch to sell bin the ..ajestys Government Island in large shipments withn, <4 00. this Confere! .,. past seven or eight days 'hat the limitation of inch Yesterday a shipment of 8415 ""~ tonnage to (HO.OOO tons. ., bags-5,415 bags from Vancouver rilils. Ili.-^ Su.l.l.i, I, figure substantially less than and S.OOO bags from San Francisco ljI,,l€ l "" s ~"<>l< Hl> the cuirent exports of the — arrived by Steamship "Metarea, must gravely prejudice macrey %  A sixteen-month old child die. hot oi.l. Meagre. OeaMrel Traders Ltd suddenly on Friday last wlub British West Indies and Mi,tish were consignees of 6000 bags of ''* mother. Daphne but also the relations the supply while Messrs Harold "' """"'ck. was taking it to Or between His Majesty*! il,ivProverbs and fo. were importers w %  M**"*" I'M" "f *" emment and Hi, Majesty'i of the remainder Joseph, for loyal subjects m Ihi n The "Mormacrry" also brought '"almcnt and recommends thai th.an ample sui.plv of canned quota to be guaranteed affair salmon. 152 should at least be such Tin : ates under the "* '. "J" Moore MoCormack lines for whom 1 and i iinro.l.td. The loouiry into the death aHea ana West INQUIRY ADJOURNED t^JJiJ? "P 0 5 ^t 1 : ^al representatives. Ship:. Allan Niles a tail: make occasional eall-; 725.000 tons. of this lim That this Confeiei. mindful o| the gran quefhcw t.i a failure <.f ;h licgotiatiuiis between Hi W CALLING hereyestord.. JUS! '"-on rrora 81 LuS was the Fruit Gomefl Christ <'hurch, who died i. spital on January 23 was adjourned until March 8 by Mr. E. A Mr I let "A". IN OUR I IMS DFPI. GLASS TOWELS. 77c. each K1TC11KN TOWELS. 18c., 74c.. and 78c. each DAMASK NAPKINS, Mc. each I1UCK TOWELUNO in White, Gold. Green. Blue and Rose at 70c. and Sic. per yd. i ELLOW COTTON Dl'STERS 26c. and Mc. each C. F. HARRISON & Co.. (B'dos) Ltd. DIAL 2664 mm qiiai.-orl,. supplies almost u, one llovernmerr ;,,| cs '„, IWM of a quontllj ol shipment. Tnc feiepslakc This will probably result II I !" "porutl b lllli; to ^Chapman, Lan *? CT "-'"' n n,I reon ftrtouS-,"" '" re '"< "oeofia.io %  HKis laxen. „f lnt butler from A % %  K W 1 S \ UIMV -— m, M1 denl -" f :ecided tolSmmUS i '.v. %  ti liai arned thai the deb ,. , should consist of olevi I think that it woui-. %  Qovenunsai a) to receive in Lonuun .. delegation repffCMi of the peoples >l Hi Brltlah West Indies and British (iuiatm can of members of 1 1 tures and represeiu.-iti\t of labour in thf industry It negotiations are and 2f> YEARS AGO Lady .it.y" whleri brought fresh fruit, cocoanuts. eoeoanut oil. charcoal, firewood (sMuTDftdoft Advocate. Fehm and .1 motor Mr. D. L. Johnso.. is agent Case Dismissed in A case brought agai Small ol ary 28. 1925) Before the business of the Coin of Ordinary was entered upu. 'osterday, Mr. II W IN•ctfag Attorney Geiieml. Intro MM duceti lo H Hon. .it: Sn Hsjrtx hIS G "'"^Kt. CMM Jin Frank Reece. barrister ho was called at the Bi Bnl .it the mlludiu tion. \i n> Mi H A Vaughn It wasa ,;„„,,„ H,,!,,.,, A iam M Mr. H A. Talma e at-law II. |„. ." *'•'•'"** %  J Sarje.nl. W. S. Patterson and W aaj wffered %  J wepti. He reported that %  I boards valued S6.00 were awn his bom ODSatun: ;, Miua.m. U follow-; imii-h more to the interest of the A K.L.M, Charter Flighi on timer if we had b#es) Lull ol C P i M la I GRAM ntlnue to get our butter supJanutlct and Trinidad—2 each. arrived .it Oaawsj] a: I 55 j> m WwChur.h. rep. from Canada. ( AnUgua. St. Kills. St. Luciayesterday bringing seven pessencarrying out Olhis I(e > -irtDj\ \J i i _ ~" %  tneultur.i! fork %  JWnesdav last. It was the m Ridge Plantation. ACCUJtNT occurred on W Busby, M Braniao. V Three Months For ^^STfiroX g Bustamante of Jamaica and Mr months' vacation^ 40 p.m. fo. afterwards returned of time for den yond March M t.iis to be done. ...... ^ tr,e.nt. W. S. Parier^n and I.. II. Adams represented st. C. Hiitchinson. Saniury I'r,ntai,,,,, „f Special Prize Its to Small in the pector but Small was of oilered in connection with th i %  'n Annual Industrial Esl I last year were presented worreii saut ut ., i 0 ihetr napeetlve wtnnen at the ened to kill htm il h. return axial Hall by HI s home. Since then in th. K r M i; of the Agricultural K.L.M. Planv Brings Seven MAWt.w ,iii ^-g !• .• %  Bustamante of Jamaica and Mi. months' upad,,,, Bjaai Road. St. 1-e.e, M'Ullllg^UgUr-Cuile <;,.,„es of Trinidad should be The plane ion it 2 fiif 0 ""' Xrv milli r 1R ,,, m '' m bc !" 0( " delegation an.l St. Lucia and alterwi •aettr car A-23. owned .f !" ^ JBatM jld form a standing Commito Curacao. % %  by E < .th ]'„ lessor Beasley as con. %  Bantation, St. %  need to three moriti. ,, 0 rnrr tonui hcse „.. BW %  '" Albertha pnsonment with hard labour ,„„ mendallon! II A-rsliip Mr. 1 f The Conference also OOal * %  She waa alter"" "— <" %  "" %  posal by the Coloni... %  J*"" S! ''' %  • %  *"" "'"' 'i S1 i'fj 2 !" %  Brittall Honduras should re%  she was detained. mowing on the lands "f the I UK ,,..„ a „ of 25 MQ on! „,, o) /.,.. -I .orootise I IIIVISA %  din.-.. ,J*llnNS of Belair. s: Th Col creic. noted^h pasja, reported "*-* 1 told the court, he had to be accinipanled by a fellow Inspector Their Honours felt that Small had been in some degre. %  KTow,'„ U g 3 on"h,1 '"Mr H. Kirton M id he was ? f*JSTE£i bi ld.rn.ged during Bun ' ,i,f Ul ". bl !.f? . .?. „ade for this purpose but raml lour fowls valued the polio, who arrived ,„.i feim of a separate quota, c Bap 4iii,-searched the field and i„..s that the ,, de for this purpose but in the on the sugai Lower Cariion, the man. production In British Hondura [• %  S he stated that the When asked bv the police whnl had entered at no stage into thi %  •taken from het yard he was doing In the Held IK bi'-'iit series of negotlat, pwaa.v night. Febiii.,1 ,.1,1 then, tb./ the offer to RW.IS.A. hae %  ""i |i Inokine. for a man named Lloyd been made I.niton. Utah, ";,?,",: Mmi lall Hoad. st ,„„. ^F if Jti. jn, on Satur""" '-'" lorry pg" l'> V G Tuckei 11"' ^PanceHall. st Lucv. K C *" mull paarSi\ Months For Stealing \ ests The Conference was character' ised by a striking unai.. %  eei The toUt ',yl of 111 main resolution of il„ I WHsuU .s Tins Conference o' rnmen s ana peoples of Antlgu. BBWfoTrot., s:. u..„." ..\V .— V. .. 'inn.en s ana peoples ol Anligu %  KoS"', Hrltlah Oulana. IJT^ 'siovo tnat h i .1 imtu-isonmenl u: ban al, K,I ... t -.... .-. ... iZ ... ., aaaWTT^ '" """ 1 I>D -" st Kilts St Lucia St Vmeer 'C .''.' • %  l 0<1 and Trn'ldad. cannot e'i £* p .antation and thi :, .dine one dozct '. ....... %  •he offer made by His Majesty* %  %  $l000 nd Govemn •he %  property ol Wdliam Fowrty J^^Su^ar"^ nuTy 2li .950 i. a fulfilment 0 valued J.1I1I The oil) M -" C ,' y ,*„f,"V i of 10th August. 194U. o i, that it is commensurate with th ,e ,. ., „,vc of the peoples of the Brltis' lllee 15a. IN 14 DAYS West Indies and British Cuian. SU' hls. ck *£ „, mi%  a* remrif. i ..... th'a now for the first time and at th< -okes of Lightfoot Lane attention In Joint consultation e %  NtRork^i x TmUnst ^credited repraaenulives of th•gproperiv : Governments and people %  ftUrt-., lanjtuage near Roebuck Street on British Wast Indie Haa D occurr J 01i -Febru. Guiana "*d at about MIRIt'LE Hormone Skin (ream Modern Medical Sciences m.,s. important contribution lo Beauty Culture. A delnhtful skin cream which contains the reviiiilisiiig ovarian follicular hormone Oeslum which penetrates the subcutaneous lo.sueand brings new voulh to the complexion Its rejuvenating action transforms skin that has aged, sagged. Une and wrinkled to that of youthful beauty and resilience. In addition this remarkable cream eliminates skin crupUons and has been found to cure long-standing cases of > disfiguring skin disorders. Knights Ltd. Phoenix a Reliable, Bruce Weatherhead Ltd PRICE 25 PER JAR I P II I II KIII More pretty buttons Select Quality a-la-mode dre A very wide range of Ladies buttons in the most exquisite shades, designs and style:, |o kind „( cstumo tiny hme of day or night. bet we. %  POULTRY FEEDS OF ALL KINDS by NOW OBTAINABLE FROM H. JASON JONES 6 CO. LTD. VAl XHALL — riu am \M.II; OH /////> N. B. Deliveries can be arranged in the U. 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BARBADOS ADVOCATE Tl F.SDAV. FEBRUAR Y PAG! SIX m*t*ufk£. I —*. COUGH LOZEte Specially designed for Barbados, this Black Patent Oxford is now on show in leading stores. See them for yourself. made by JOHN WHITE means made just right HADTOGOTOJ PAIN SO SEYDi M r iu.tin ( *•••.!_,,, K*m PUk" *. CEy* liurk-|*r. Zl iMt| •lt*. lSZVUtiMU. Sin Krrntnoo, PMMfr-PWn R< Tri. JMW,Kifc^p B v fc— *W UtWt Wit-,,7 %  mimq ••Another new phtysultl** thinks AuntieIt looks new— because it's always washed in L"A Lux washing means extra life for clothes because L ux washes so gently. Silks, rayons, woollens ... all are safe in the mild Lux lather and can be washed perfectly even in cold walcr. LUX KEEPS ALL AINTY CLOYHES LIKE NEWt QJou save Time and Alone/ when travelling with BRITISH WEST INDIAN AIRWAYS You con book your passage through our office to anywhere in the world at No Extra Cost. (HrtiitrrrdsT Trinidad) Lower Broad Street : Bridgetown : Barbados PHONES 1585 2189 Sjum. BR1TAIX Carr's Biscuits are ajain on sale throughout TAfal They arc as good as **' ever, and we hope soon to be able to make larger shipments. in V'*y MADE BV ~ CARR. & CO LTD. CAR Obtainable From AH Urut and Departmental Stores USEFUL ITEMS Just opened! HOT PATCHES (AU Size*; BRASS TYRE VALVES „ PERFECT CIRCLE PISTON (CHEV., FORD, DODGE, & Plastic Handle SCREW D^j Plastic Handle PhUip Scie* KEYHOLE HACKSAWS MIRACLE ADHESIVE in l* 1 in Black and Clear SPARTON HORNS 6 &_ [% ECKSTEIN B* DIAL 4269



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( %  „( Ind Match M djH %  ,. %  Tcl*pnnt> %  An 3*1.30 Jn FOOTBALL NOTICE %  loo : M i i Ifei i .. %  %  S^WPIjr' BW*-' 1 3311 rJCmiL WAlT.ii III %  : %  %  ;:• .. r fad U (irt NO bMfMt %  tmif] %  MMdti n Ih# inodein horn. InaoM ainoiir Imniiu.imrn „„l %  -, %  •. .. %  WBV BARBAI)"'eOTTOV rACTOR Y LTD a*.s.so--1 UVESTOCK BUMK PUPPIES l'ai*nu from P,*. B Pc bcMteni. hunimi or Waioli "^CWIE* li: Mati ,,f ood "M. Dial 30H -r.n .. pun blrd Atfc ,, ( „ i Bin* 4144. Mr* C H .' !" -d by dtonwi ord OT for RftnU Chr ln)ni SJ"t PWvioua HQHtfMn ^"•wrv Wtn* loday f rtr baputtfel ( lw J-mpla Hooh io Brllam-a U... ^ '*"7 pubiw^r.: SSm S3 .:;:r -ajLts cAimrra CYCLJU* AI*. %  n OMI and IddlM Spnru Auto "v TrafaKu Si. Dial MM. 3.3 S0—tf -—W Ud>'> Kalelli BMQVIO • ndlUo.i nrnipji-iv W |Ul llah(. H w N Caofel riMMii .'8 2 H) .' .ANE0US fJlOW Do iu,i l*i BMirMUs •PI wr DM —n you a BOK lux. Jobn D Tnnor i. ion; Ud %  M..M--SN0TICE asjssaaj'.r,/'.''? !" "P o' ll iM.tr.ct -I ".JTSi" !" !*. ""'> %  m milk trAll Inn.,, ,„ h , 33 3 \ n %  Mgaj Cioptii. Hoiii%  %  I..!, <-vf-^ LV,t"^ th v M c A H, i ulf D ," 1 nd lhB A"""-' <^n*ral Jollowin. Frtdaa. M.-h 10tb a l 4 T>>* AirndA f„, %  J J^orrwpondrt.rr R*'*'** Annual Rrpori jrid Flnanri Hlnaprrvan, lor lf>M Wi 4 • u*d.i xtvrvr -chPrnr-, tor n( pUyrr. diir*u| toi(,io Gpnmi i *) S CX>PPDJ. 3S a to-a, Swrriars. P A I A %  '. %  :: %  %  *•*• -"~^it.t .r .iitrt M i „ ... ,_. i drvtt ^ --""-is S^ondly all that tfrUiti p>re OT iur fl of Uiid -IIU.IT a i SupMiauv* ln hl "H J" I'I I n H IIIIII %  %  rood b* lh* , nHlpw ^ ^-^ h Iwm ". '" ,d no %  %  M Pair '" l il f l l l— „r Lin.,.,., | „ i liound 10 bi-inu ^ ( „rr n r .,, .COM,-. _, lh ,oT !" IS.'iS"?"%  •• %  •• %  L ii ;" H, ~" I W I M II ^ Itth d.v of April ls. ; .rrh."". 1 :" !" w "-> ~^ io n. „.,„„ .^ srsjrjs 5 Srs, ii^ i4',. 1 r ^"^ '""" "" '**ir.fl.. HIT nil, d> ol Apnl 9ao M ,„ oVli( .; nMa" "" -" "*""" •'"' '" SX.Sr'SS.'"Tw ""> ?SS isy*-.*"' "" !" s ~" •* •i J*T'? '" l • T..r,i,. U %  * c .fi*'oi. HMM n. SS. !" W7Z *""-' %  "— T **f^"w Pro.wmrr i£rt, m ion, i tchoonn Owner.' AMHOIIU, In % %  •. fiun* Sun of !" ..,< iif-it .nd ,„, iSSSTiSl 5S?IT "i u ~—* "Trodutin, roord,n.u„ film, without H.,1WZ wiw. wj y. word, uut or miuic ucortUd t.,r.,on. und. word* MuTlr m.".-^^it, ^" **ptd lor rynrfntiiMiion ith n, t>—d ,ru, B,, d^r ^nSLSms" •" %  *~ H WILLIAMS. R*tutrr of Ti.dr li.i,. —^ %  ] SHIPPING NOTICES %  Wait |,.rii , . ,.„ w rw „, 1|1 %  (ollowini .hip. ttHliart Barbadoa Coaal ftutMn H 8 Canadian challana*. MP• La Plau ft s. s 1MW. 8.8 South MounUtn M S BatanS Paola. ss E.„ IU^. City of H* Yortt. ftB PrinTllrrilaBi ^OLU^ LIQUOR LICENSE N0T7CE Tin; Bn .-.,. | ,.-,„.. r ,, ,._.. M hry. s* MI.,,,, | i rBr 1 Dn*d ihu ITih das ol >'pbniar> IBM I*: B A McLGDD. Kaq PolKO Matntnaie. D H II Tim appllrallon will Of co"*.'id%  T *l_l" u P""n OHITI to be brld I Poloa C..v !)! A on Tnur-.n.v : March IBM Bl u n ,io.u leLBOO, •""' %  *•• Maitetrat*. NOTICE i lTa.-rt Hi %  a lo inivlra or mor* Bourn.-, fiir Villaa* 31. Ch M 3 S0-3n %  fJUOAINa lli—l I IRMM! Cift Shoo, elllru( off mnalnii riMimi .. „ ,, i„ i.. ,. 4 PAJUUM OP HI TI mru-ood Tmanitt irom ^Jtar Hill to Un<. (^ PWf<*. WM 13 2 10Vi AJJ, ucnuii. ux PAMill !>P ST. JOHN ii'.K with lr.< hlndi. aab, --'.'oh. TftM 1 """ n0 ,rr h __ R S FRASr-H Par-xhial TTw.nw. St John NOTICE THli An-alayr Athknt, Aaaoc.-iu.n lUrbadoa hold. it. A|u.,.al Qtfwi | Mt-rtln, on Tuaaday Fab 3tth nt p m a. thr SviuuKiguo Mombara and Marnbara of Afflltatcriuba ai au „ intaraatad prraotu an Club, arc Invltad Subu-atption Membrr. | w niul ^ ^.. cruta Mr. "* •Vhaola /. par artmnil „. AC.KNDA Minulaa Plnanclal ajid Annual Report. Cni-r4Miinlaica KITtion nt Offlcar. TAKE NOTICE IP MrporaUo.1 orr.niwd an d r.iuinv unda. iftitjfvi.'s .-" %  K "^ SSji" "" %  * • rt-l.,.. 1 ,'' '"'H 'I' tb' iitaiiiimr u .,,.._. ,„ _. %  %  11 llll.IJAMS. BXl.Ua, „l Tr„: 31 ? OFFICIAL SALE :iARHAUOK "' >--"' -''. .' %  I "* U ""••• "i" or -rl up lr ..!• .'VV."? .?""".' "' "£• .'f j/JS 22.',"tu'U'", '*'?""•" "' ha liJoV... rand^o-r'f? %  f^wa .,?^T. r U > ' H s "Ulh. op in. .,..a ^? %  "" "' '•I"! fSlu !" .'•"' rood b. 75ippTTS;, KJ?1 """L"* and boundmii ,„, n ftorll. on land, now or Ultr nl .' .t.i. ?.^2."I %  """•• %  "> •" town-.,' x AKHIVAIS By II w I A 1 I ^ tiH-klH.. (lordon : 0 H DM. RS PMMM Kailam Kallman. John Doda Otsa A.b> Hid Yhap.cien.ani Yhap. Floranc* l" K „r Mull. Ifenr, i^rd. A ndr*^ OiriMtna. Morarbha. p> l( .i r>amyahlvii %  Ma j a m |.„,. N Patai. Jivinbha. PMa WUltam Moora o,.„ Man Real*. Edward Mayan "Trtlo Hbya., CMU> si Hill. Margaret t..trw. Aanr. rtdtM, Uuyd Vaarwood. anann, Dattd Purvey. Duk* iam Swan, •on. \irain. SW.HP..II siu, n Tmnmn Gilbert Yvonatt. Pranti. B,M %  %  iiivda.i Mi flea maid Lopei John rliv aan b a n Mr. s>d >l"-i !" %  .., s — Rprbman. Rm i r'rankltn. Maraa.rt VaMfm*. In -"". I*ir> cart .-r. rrom Antigua Reginald J Branch — lona Gunthorpr WUfcta M-m John II Wilklr Crc-ru Wm Id t l.rld-. %  CM*n M.^. Doppu, mom,. u >.W,n, I„„„. „, j^,„ ^.w^, ~.. .._ %  > %  • DPI •• I . Moore. Ja-n . „,„_ M[1 Anar ,„ tl M. Andaiaoti. Lady Alu. CoUnwta M. Prank Itegg V,. Kathr.i Begg scale 14, Anlo %  ManMunr, tin Hr.thj |fg—BMI W.. JoT.n Lee. k„ J U | 10 V. Mra Kalhermc Banc Ma T mB aa %  tan Mildred Charier, Mm |ui„e 1 Ar.her. Mia. Mlnmc Wcli r ..... M..* Mona Nile. Mr. Mprif r,.,be. e Carll i-arlnm Himth I COa> Ml' __.„ John Mm la, Mi %  Anlicua Mr Thnm.... R W 1 M^QOMal .-WN-RS .\sja,k-| VT|.i\ Tcleplio'. Ntl NOVTKAU AfSTKAUA NKH /FALAyn IJKl ItMTTED ... %  *~ A -N3 .a. UVFI M POUT PIKtt„ arhadnlaa) to arrrving at TrtnrfM about rebruag, MS-KAIPAKII. acheduled lo aall from Part Pirw Jan.iar* Tth. nurnfr Vt !" '•" %  • Raat-ty ivint t'ehruarj. %  m. t. BrlatMiiie Irlni.ti. •i TYtnidad ..U.-111 im>, "" %  • s i ""leu .m,| ^"-i-,,! ("a-e— -•dln ith iranhlpme. "h fiulau. |PMi„., Md larward IdaJtda. M HNrKS WITHY A r„ i ;,, AgantaTrinidad TA a. Co ITD AfenurUrbad.-. %  '..a-al /4f^a, Shuundup Co. 9nc BOUTBBOI M> CANADIAN •I Skip aiBVICB s %  UATOA PATRIOT' t km IMI lOft IBM hell. Mi Flank Manwi TAKE NOTICE ; ~?2gg^W£: ; r ^^^^^^p^ -Tfflgig turfs* and boundin, Kig^ST Th. !" or^ „ S£mXSiLU^ %  ay butt „,.d M b> ^ I?". " a u i M Pfopdti.. .„, .."' %  V : iUtiTJ "" """' %  ' 'At Clark ham ..no MUIM HWU. i.mnp win. MHUUL wprpV, and.or i -'"**" i*-..o>wj thmon adapted fo, I. word. ..• film, and ,o flip. .„, ,..i ", i .. %  w.i inrro.u. , in Pram any part of IM pariah to the Cemeter) N Tha Raard ol auaraUan. raaarve the riO lo convey any pauper* nn Bua If In tkair opinion that can be %  < ei-rivajrei. The Hoard of Qta-diana do not bind "icmael.-en to eoreyt taw loweal or at T.r-Jgf Slggad ". 1 CORBLW. Clarb, Board of Guardlani. ii |y,OFFICIAL NOTICE ; %  CRBADOB ,S "" *"'-> *M Ol *., .1 Mfl ,| ,, 'EaTUllafcle vmi ..it; < r BBODKB VNI GBOFTRBY WALTON AI4IW MITTA LONG of New Vrtl*IJgfA •TTLgn D .Ml .ird AI .in. i II* puimia n tg of m l-rdeIn iHI Court m the above gdlon made on the "nd da,v of Pabruary IM0, r 0 all per-om han-Wuj an. eatale. right iifuinhraaica KPaating All that c.rta.,, p„. ol land .il.it.le BJ y,i, r twitm of Katita MlrnmH ... <-Uinlng by gdmeanaretLi, four tlwumnd fm.r i.undi*. rur* •quare feet he Ihe 'a i :>a aUillmg ,j.a tn.. U iidlna on laid* .-. or lare of nne KJrUm or aetlaPUnUUon on the I%  -lied nilrrMd P.-*d gfaerOM called WavvU nowwvrr ele the aame c, bound To bring bam I of thalr mid rlainw •allh th. JooumanU -nd vnttrher*. to I twegn ire houra ol 13 %  nf Ibe Clerk of the Aan.i Aparal -I tha r..t.it Hnuae Iwidgetovin oefare the >d da% „f \ld.i I0. in nrdar UiBl MCh rlainw cording to the Mature and priority three of i f iK lively. otheiiie .uch prnon -ill >-e 1.1-erIudad from the benefit o •ha mid Daoae. and be daprlxd mug) -lleiid the uud Court day lb* 3rd day of May IMI. at I' oclgck a m wham their a-d claim -.ill l-e i.nked Given under my hand thli ol Pafaruar) IBM i v niu GODS WAY OF SALVATION MADE PLAIN i aiiiii.ii BM llolplalrs MBa r-> .1 HOIl...\t BUrWI n.*a-V I OHIIaL lirit.Nrn A. PAN h-a. GIITliN l.NAMEL PWUH why rial 'all and aag them OaaBhow.'..,. Bay Sue. NOTICE lllTUin FOR Tl| POOR OF Till PABIIR OP MIXT MKHAII i Zd dal AB_ Clerk of the Ajaulanl Ctn.rt OFFICIAL SALE • marked sJLAlatD TBMDmW In dwaakrale .-. U.e enveloa.r— TXMJBD FOft will be rarmved by Ibe Clark ol lha Veatry up to 13 o'clock noon on Mandeibe tb day of Maixh. MM, for 'hg %  iiidermentloned ruapllea In -urn qua.'IttMa aa may from Ugye U> time b* ordered far the term of aneyear < menclnd I of April next I -bI at dm i EaMi paraon termer!na; mid -end in a iHar, aaand Witt lha Tandar, auB^d tro P f aai H v qualinad perm.,* 'not bcm*. War So* "•* dlaeaawhich Bft^rjsrrAS Tg?E'l^ am -u„ lrlm )mm >>ai lad... %  %  ---%  oarpnt.p P A.P'oti. r pp i\ tin (.UT*M (oi nr ei \rrt M %  FqiiX.-Me JurWdiB ItHx I %  VI II nm-CP FKS ANCt OWTR*V WAL.TOK AJJ-KN Plmt i ft. MTTA IXING of New V % %  • .. i M qTTU r\' hernnd "J n 1 r' 1 "•* • AaaMae •.imeal dated the 33nd dav ta therewill be mt (l p for m ' •'sframt b.dda. .< '.I the Adufci" I %  ise. Bndgrtown, between rettar. aiatur wiin me lamur. ai4neo < %  tar" or II .>tbrlr lander a Cart.flra.te br a %  f ltd — Vmertnarv PrarUUor.gr dating that raitle from which the milk i >ed are free from T wb wabJ -nH Forme of tendari can be obftaineJ tha Owarari ardaai'a Omce By Order. B. C P*nM*V Clerk. St. Mk'.aer. Vmtry 31 3 J0-:n i ..i a Ad Clark of i>* Au*. -' ItHt HUM THIS is yoUB CHANCE TO SFCURE TUKSK ITKMS t*d Oerf i^, Sct^lg-g* lUialn SB -BYPJORn lAailigg every two weak* NIW lOBK -i .\ it %  ail* Ran \.. • • FMiruar^ :4'n HIW ORLFA-*g > and Glrla. and Ballerina THE BRITISH SHOE •CO., LTD. SPECIAL: Moor. Furniluri'. I.iiiuleumi. Cat Wu-Polish 34c. par tin l>> 3fc Woodbury Soap i, I All Brail 40,, KPIIOKK* rnmflakm 27c I Quaker Oalp—lint SIIVPIIP.I Ai ,. I aim rw iw iiin 5r a. C.rappt lag rrull Salad ,7| c rVachea sir I.Ill I I II II s n mums MITI'AI. LIFE A,SSI;RA\(F swan. A|)Hicaht)ii yi !h.' post of CAW \SSKU imipti r K mil:, 'jry. Brprkwltl in .....town' . .„ fcfc D I S P A v | R!M0flm/tt9PII 5tV>ls^!t-r1rtr.^t • aoiDfucmiuoo In ..I 4514 II... .!•• 8 %  ~MAnol*p-~,£HXYMwr 0 "• Mil ,aUJi l* QUANTin OUaalTT I0i ott lor 25; I IKK that . IIIKIA HAS MAOK TO UtAL WITH DIM | An.ll.ta. ,.., a*., r „ fc uupA doM fciifr IIIUPA u.rd i„ KlMlrta Waakara (I.e. Kmll.nl .ppulta. W. 8. MONKOC a CO.. LTD IHatrllmtan ALAalM l-LOCK. AAWaWJua! IUca,.M KACaX SVNDkOArU lira mi I. flppM .. k THOUSAND. OT DOLLAJIK JUHNSON'S STATIONERY A HARDWAKt GEOMETRY SETS, MAPMNG PENS PLASTIC PENCILS SHARPENERS Etc. FklSH STOCKS CONSTANTLY ARRIVING I^DIKS' COSMETIC BAGS and PINT POWDER PUrrS iIGAHETTF. TtlBr-S PIPES VACCO FLASKS DARUrvs CONDITION POWDtR (or Honra ill In al:— COS.MOPOLITAN PHARMACY NIOaT 11-41 miCTUC SUPPLY (OKPOUATION LTD.



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* %  | || Nil I* ffbrar. 2 1950. Barbate Ij&uttcate? Prirr: FIVE CE.\TS Year 5 5. LABOURS MAJORITY REDUCED TO 7 40 Countries Will Discuss Trade And Tariffs GENKV.V Ki-h. 27 q-HK NEB SEMES oi tarill n. .n'iati,,,,... whereat !„„ in countries in ncaacM lo be repreuati I h k,|d in Seplemher at Torquay, Britain. ,i %  „ ,|., i pniodai. Dkcussiom are due 10 begin MM S, ,,.. _jjbh la-Mini: two r three months. ~ H In The Biggest Pilgrimage Tdad History I ariuiintl ThMC will include .Germany, Austria, and —<(:• lines -omcu w-th thm Itcmr. Catholic* nei Mayors of thrc %  j fvei mi Sunda> pin "i Hii' pilgrim-*! jSUtuc of tlui. ia %  gpydi arrived io ] partugbl by plane that bgalue was brought b> Rev fcfgna M %  scarboro fem Socieiy of Canaan ., pilgrimage of th rfajuui Ni.rd> and South %  a Urn put of the pilgrim^Wk purpose uf which is to %  %  prayer and preI of Russia a* promised Elaawd Mother I m ra w ritativp gathering of gofficials. members of continues, tht laamber of priests and nuns fa* Achblshop bnceivc the itarue at Piarco I from where it was placed flawy decorated with flow* I flag! and driven to thi I by a mile-long pro%  of motor cars. ^Via the afternoon the^jfcI taken from the SirfeV and carried through a of Port-of-Spain in the |;. -ei messed and Installed in the il of the Immacul (here it will he t.iken on a t throughout the Diocese. aaV*. rrinct'ss \Iiet In Dominica DOMINICA. I %  : J*'tx .,:. %  honour of Police Jet parade wen Bo% Scout; 1 The Royal visitF 1 !" an .. Idress of wclgei Mayor Clifton Dupigny. rs of the d Town %  motored ftronM-i ami i ,-tt to Govi nment lions,-. pwred m an open car J ng crowd which l*coraii icted by canon f SI <,, , church. [U-S Behind Britain %  Jet Development JWASHI:. 1 i i %  Tlrryv -, : I aayncan Aircraft InmisL I II Sub Itta Cn U ,**/* behind tl • "•">• ol jet and turooi transport He |~J Government shoulu E"* 0 "" lo manufacturers HKIOK M.M II. McNeil May Replace Creech Jones LONDON, F< Ik, .: ) main Deputy, uiay I Britain's ColonJ it was learned to usualK | oa today Arthur Creech Jones, Colo. ,. -> % %  in tha %  it is understood he will relinquish his office. —Keulrr. 4 Moves Made For Peace %  %  for a separate peace between | dunng the vari waa reported to-' day in -he unofficial Vt 1 RobeH Kempner.j former Deputy Chief Prosecutor I at the Nuremberg War Crimes lb b of the Allied offensive aganst •i the Spring of 1943. and two more I] through Sweden. Keiopiur atld Ut U* Von R bbentrop %  peace with Russia. The i a separate peace if he -.' %  %  .. —Reuter. Cripps's "Pegged Wages" May Be Killed ; LONDON. N %  political!* ,n launch a new offensive „ n (he induslriiii fteM 5* !" %  n nuarlers %  till th 0 ( pegged ge demands. the I comnvjni'.ts nope lo sei?e the %  I Tn, 'he political defeat ol the ComUea t>( g Ken! eral loss of induence. and that most of the gaps through ..need in tb. I % %  'ggco now tied up with the enl the Oei n n : ^ r ted % %  egging. —iRetiler.i I eae Optimistic About Argentine Meal BUSIOfl VIRES, Feb. 27 %  %  M into force trade quarters here to-dav were less optimistic about tn. in Pectruarv U 38.UOJ tons as against 'nmum is L'S.OOU monthly .ailed for hy nth uist .oncluded they %  %  which obugeii man) *end "untiiiished' BJ ..achedttlee foi %  d April anttdp —(Reuter.) Dutch Happv (her 1 entflt4ing f e Arresl THE HAGUK. Keb 27. %  %  >tm MiWMikM -i u he Indontslan reb. I -Turk WesterliiiK %  !han to In .1 H Va. %  %  good Dutch Ind and to the building of the young Indonesian Si'ate hud n limlnote-i" Reuter. KingReceives ClementAttlee Morrison Makes No Predictions TRINIDAD-S AWf.nt OOMI ...r talks "•8. IliKta nlmosy Nurse Gives Evidence In Mercy Killing 9 Trial MANCHK A NURSI' nan j 0 whie murdei Di Bamnnn M. Stndei la on trial, t^ read nroi of the patiiiit "' ohargad with bvtng kili Borroto with air injections to end her nlfta .. eaauMi Campbell Transferred Dutch Commissioner For Latin America Tin 1 ign Agricultural %  iKuslbilitlcs fo; ..tn pioducts. During us visit, he will acquaint himaei. with proffi • aeenl preiiminarv talka — (Realer.. U.K. Situation "Matter of Concern" SAYS SMUTS CAl'kuAVN. %  Opposition leader, today described the poini' in Brltaia as "a mal Ai.rld". In ii v.nn Reuter Gen. MR. I' I ( \MIHli.i. Mr P Acting c i % %  %  %  %  . i. it ii . euftallAtaj! %  % %  '* mn HIMI, %  larae] k$ks Uritaiu For Arms ment can inspire i May and its decisions >\>day may be upth llritisli I 'l could only add to the %  %  NOON at the Bn-I aid formal lequesls to Britain lor %  j cjBcictulv end i f nB1 and once more give the world a strong! 11 w * '"" I il quarter* ind authoritative British Govern nn Lwidui. It ruler. ilUUopa on U tween the Foreign Ofllce ana 'he MUSSOLINI'S MISTRESS' :< eefe befove thi aptoint oi ri^et aixl %  I to-dn> %  %  %  %  in th i %  1'iilse bea%  irculaiSni The nurse's first entry in hei %  %  If ounc< artav> .-.t." An hour later lh< poru %  mi'-". dd -hr gave D r %  Inge. "The plunger was doAt tlie time Mr • On rage 3 Lord Lyle's Vnswer : "Mr. Cube M .-miknl, LONDON, IV %  am threat whici Ml his business is .. M chanical robot It will be -alle. Mr. Cube" gad is i*mg preparet txhibnlon in London on Me ii! nantn %  he folly of naUonauMUon s of Tete *; :. unlay and afterward %  tie to avoid naUonalisati ued to educate peoph lanajBH inherent in creation of a stale monopoU | jugar refining" AXterwards I was told that lh< r lection nR -ened iti. danger <•! nationalisati. 1 told me. "Naturally for the firm the out %  il ol part politics. %  ..re inteiesteo ting our name off the ; ilon list. "Lord Lyie's p ..rv well Known" By OgMt, LONDON, Feb. 27 'pHE LABOUR PARTY'S narrow overall major ity in Britain's new House of Commons was reduced to 7 today with Opposition Conservative and Liberal wins in three delayed North Scotland polls. l'o>iiuii lit' tinParties toiii|rh1 arei Latnvnt 315, Conaervativep 298, Luwrcli !'. [riah Nationalit* 2, lli'lr|M-iulriiI [.ihcuils 1. LETTER PUBLISHED Rom '' %  %  .hat all was "crumbling mercilessly" then luting an necessary foi land, wa %  Reuter. it the Israel Govuesi has apparently been made to offset the shipment of arn. ounuiea. No Business in Bulgaria For U.S. Citizens WASHINGTON, Feb. 27. .lavcllmg on private business :n untTlee last week. %  %  %  ;her.\ — iRruIrr We*igh For Nothing %  5 epartment. Just II I penny will put It into operation. It • of order yesterday morning in such a way thai it was regiatdjring weight wfchout the penny tribute. •tody told BOB else and tka news soon got around and baaaaa %  %  i e kaci lighli e Joe claaa. Plans Made To Knd Strike — In Paris 1'ARIS. Feb. T,. 1'uulic and private UM tonight t< work tarnotri event ,,f a bus and metro stand Mill, following .. being taken by Paris Transpo:. : -ill Unions. The Trnnspuri Ministry plarme %  MII all avallal i <-rvices, afn d lorrie? 'rom the n ng schools mag ol iio.ooo Parti %  %  natal worki %  %  rea M %  vim .nve threatened to spread to gas ari i Labour M l Iteiiter. Peasants Seize Estates In Italy CATANZAHO. It.u nbittereeasant lead-dav thai "ocal landowners had promised to appor%  ion land :nts was lot poss bte, to %  oymani Tham HM baaa kept he said order* hy land hai'iffs and later b) i-olice to leve !'„ | no further attempt t< oeasanu off the land I A landowner's representative told Reuters to-n ght that thi ling of the land had not l>een as quick as expected, beirtaniiinaitl Whloh it would have necessitated %  aanl leader said kk-niatj arau'd not leave the tlBM Tnaj paatUoa* that this latevt uprisma in Ca'awould touch o r rring uiinaM tn oihe* raajhana of the aoutB rgesltire." said one of them lluiiprv men do not waste lim in useless gestures". Jesuit Priest tails To Conwrt Philosopher VATICAN CITY, re The Vatican d> Hied I one of its crusading Jesuit priesU had tried lo carry i>ul a "death bed" conversion ol Groce. It,i Id liberalminded poet and philosopher. %  here, thi week* ago was lying laeteual] ill In Ms home al Naples He later recoverea. The Vatican newspaper (Kurt WH*re Rasnaao said today thai lives in a Jesuit liege near Orei had railed on lh.as a reault of sugg< mutual friends Groce said he WOUld be glad Jesuit OwrntUir Groce added "I am sorry to wastf bis time, since I have nothing t< %  .mi from him." %  *o admit Padre Ix>mbardo. saying the philosopher was too ill Th la all that happened" added e .innoun.e.i ei.ner tomoriow or Wednestoay morning. He was received by King George VI tonight and intends to submit informally to him Ihe Cabinet and vernment changes already NSttftad The liar of new appoini.ncnLs. not neceaaarily extensive, nay be announced in two inatal%  hough the Prim.Mini-Lei iiopea, il possible, to contain all he changes in a single sutemen*. Quarters near the Governmeni l ighl made it clear thai' Attlee nad received no visits from leaders or representatives erf the Conservative or Liberal Parties up to Cabinet hstr wing Aneuran Bevan. Health Minister, does not appear to have been among the t No. 10 Downing Street Prime Minister's official rii< Cabiner consultaiiwinly to the laeputy l*rime Minister. Mr. tha Foreign ) Mi Bevln Sir st.yford fh.n.i lioi ,f the Exrnoquer, Vteoounl Addison, Lord Prti v Seal, and Mr WUliam Whucly. Government Chief Whip. Aneuran Bevan is not In the Inner Cabinet Prime Minister Attlee will drop 13 reference to further nationalism the Kings speech, outi'ling the Governments pro-. iramme to the new Parliament, it was learned from a usually %  Mirce today. labour's majority on u edfja, the Prime Minister lecldcd that the speech will noi rontroverflal legislation. To introduce the business %  he new Parliament on r> hlh note of challenge might lorot iite test of strength be* *ce„ laibour and Conaervaiiv a Ix-ftwing Anminitratiun. with Us tiny Dai> I to its stride. While Attlee continued his talks with the Inner cobinet this nstruitioii < i he Oovl •till t-oming radrueadl ita ii majoiity in the House of Commons. Two Conaarvattfaa and .i Libeiai. tatfaacwon m three delayed North Scotland n-sults. %  nuioiinced Tin labour Party now hold 315 scats to the Coiisrrva.yfl, Ubeials 9, and • on page 3. r w a a'**M H "> o.t HI . little serious and mualc. The Russian att 0 i Ilefce H [ G the music of Berlin become more and more % %  ised. The programme eonsistr largely of incredibly a I music in the stvle ol %  •t %awiisst that daw.t. DSSMslar forwialaan ?' %  —Realer. AM lllipiM I.IIU Amiouiii < in, lia .1 lh*.r >uprenw excrlleiwr CounUeM ronnoi-i.^ i .mi: \VI\KS_IUUI .i HAAIII., CAR nwriNCi -••I Ol AFRICA. K.H.\ -it \lt.Mis L.\NC—KHV ( \lUKMi atma NN Kt Rii.s L .M.,,„.T,k\VM^ N 5LS£y3P• % % %  taS UUBUUB8 HU.V SHKRRV Ntt I \>r, ohU e>tt. dry. of 0Ut.tW.dmi K N \ I..NKIR < APERO SHUUIY-Med.um Ilrv K. V K.MBERLIIV CLLB SSS^-TPZ^'^ Sherry. %  — %  •" 8WW.t shasa ... ..-itt.d baa MM i •!• aasst •*• re.(.i.i..i i.t.rt KIT .!•• IOBIK.N WIMBS Mil % %  ch hliBcr Slr• %  (> lb* I.*.I BUM B.W.V. Mm-. •+rU r BrtUf. •• IB* Bit iia*rM* la lma-.l Dam. aSBSBBJ X •* A ''lit*... SMI • %  BtM — a -* lostBa s •ill M ••• %  t. Mil (• % 



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PACE TWO BARBADOS A.n ITIM>U iTi -,i:i \m geudb &*&*"} American R OYALTY hasn't vtilled Barbados for so long that tha younger generation has been all of a flutter as to what they ifcou d or thou.d not do if they art invited te official function* at Government Houae. 'during :iof H R H. Prinresa Alice and the Earl of Athlon* drib's authority on royal %  iheae hints Her Royal Highness will be addressed as "Ma'am.' attM Earl of Athlone as "Sir" or preferably "My Lord." On presentation to both Pi'ncess Alice and to the Earl of Athlone. ladles will half curtsy and. at the same time, ihake hands. Gentlemen will incline their heads and shake hands. Husbands will be presented before 1* On rll evening occasions, tails will be worn, with Orders and Decorations, but if unavailable, white shell jacket (with orders and decorations) or dinner jacket told orders and decorations, may be worn Ladies wi'l wear long white .' %  h^lM,'v A with "her filter She t0ok h *"* ' fi M ieiici U StrtSSX^m*. I-ucu' at a nursing home at Seventh. ra T o at Penang. Mr. Potter is Manager of the St. Kent. In INSslM Joinea the good .opr.no voice '.ucia Branch of Cable and WireScotland Yard food service dem-health forced her to return less and has himself recently repartment. 0 England a few months ago Mr turned from a holiday in Englan i. In the war she joined the s mp#on has now joined i. Ill 4 %  < „nJ annn aha, %  • tia K .... JEAV BROWN SANDERS r^iter they both worked on the Jean has a Women In Parliament TWa-NTY-ONI srOnMB were members of the last British House of Commons at the dissolution of Parliament Ninete* v. -.v % %  %  BSM J : Ot the 194* nationhi eft) Eighteen were nined women Right to vote was first accorded | Itatn in 1918.! when women aged 30 and over m re included in Use electoral register. They were given equa 1 : ing rights with men in 1928 when women of 21 were included in the register To-day women have %  me StatU I J' male' id national • m the House of Commoa*. was American-born \ tor. who married the British newspaper i>eer Viscount Aslor In 1908. She was returned as a Ci m alive for the Sutton Division of Plymouth in November 1919. sat in Parliament for the same di-l ision for a quarter of a century. W A AT., and soop she was tra.nUn to llud for nu doctorate of i retiring just before the naiiona cooks tt an average of 30 a mujic whlcn ^ a m Amer ica I e'ections of 1945 Her old seal I-adies must wear hats and halflength gloves Long frocks (with long gloves) are not necessary, but may be worn if desired Cm all other occasions—luncheons, or presentations during He* in AntiKua. one never to bv forgotten, "Baldwin's Dav' %  green sheer with black accessories The bride was given in R|grria| rother Mr N. v. %  A Skecle, and the u> BWI.A. I) D Walker and Mastci S w Walker, brothers of the bride. Which was fully choral, with MaaHl G .it the organ was performed b) Hev I. I. Miller, and the reception was held at the home of the bride's mother. stdL In 1044 she was posted as vlttUnc her sick molher Were Here Seven Year. Ago ^SAffJU Liter she planned special diets for men released from Ja p a n—a prisoner of war camp*. While in the WAAJ. she met „ and married South African-born Went to India Mr. Simpson was posited to Indiajl in 1945. Jean was demobilised rH year later, worked for a time ii | Germany with the Malcolm Clubs. and then Joined her husband in India. %  even years ago. Comings And Goings M HS S V ASHBY of La Lasita Hugh ighton was also in Trlniad lor Carnival. She was away 0C one week staying with her arents who live in St. James, Vrinidad. She returned on Sunday Mr Andrew Christine, Man. : < r of the Central Agency ..lurned on Sunday by B.W I A Where It "Buzz" HAT has happened to Uriah >uzz" Butler, Labour boss from Trinidad, who went to England twelve months ago? After T r T l ''"ii n ii rHrrr-p" *" !" tz a Bfl W HAl •Hu lit rctunifd Irom a bullnoM visil au0icsslng Mver4 i pu bhc meltings KM and Aruba vii Trtnl was away for stxWvi Firat Holiday Viiil VJK Attorney-at-Law o| land. Ohio Saturday inornini b> I Canada-Airlines for a holiday. M> c-ompanied by daughter Miss Marjone Jau and tht] are gtaylllf fel A LMOST another year ha^ past Lord's (astir inu u .eson told Can expects to. IJC in the Caribbean I he will visit Rime "t UM • I the We.-t Instil OCcasUa: Tnto th. bland i have afforded liland and ha la ver) glad to have i good ward in this dtl costing around flO.OOO la ';-• Ha ii-fi Clavelai l them over instead of having wasted weather and when he got 'i so ma the an A new Nurses' Hostel U snow storm which now i>einR huilt Perhaps we shall the running of snow ploughs Conner a new ward this year. Here's stantly in mder h. keep i %  Hoping! oj>en. Vice-president of the R. Mr. S. E. Roland Smith, who is an Agency Inspector of l.nparlal Chemical IndusUiea n Jamaica rtiurned to that Colon\ spending Ave days here and md around London "Buzz" suddenly vanished from the public eye. Colonial Office officials say they know nothing about him and West Indians in London say they have not .seen or heard him foi months. Someone in London askwi Mr. Matthews a| 1. SIIKV temporary home. <6> 4. Dance lUrp in.ni in tpa 6. A same lor a;nbl. <<• a. Yuu'U oerar nnun u rou i I &Hl>t 11 Nona. 15. Thia way. forv copse macbaiUcs. (9i 19Its bad form to smoSe cijsr wttn thai, tli 21. The sotanint oi tnis ciue u not clear. i5> ilng water. (4) a N^Klrd tor toe slttn same ? i4i 4*. Dsacrlhas a picturesque svene Caiilea In The Air LMOST anothi mu the conatntttlon long prom'sed new hospital in Antigua har not yet been started. Over a period of vi-air seven thousand pounds have been spent in drawing up various all plans i ind their way %  guest at the Ocean VTe Coloured Workers' I I ; |1(<1 could tell him where to get in touch m # with "Buzz", he immediately reHn llamlsh Mitchell Who plied, "Ah, you want to ft) T.C.A. on Saturdav if he is married or not Ma" \H from Bermuda left on probably knows more of Bui !e for Antigua where movements than anyone else In .1 be staying at the "Mill England and his rem. .u %  Mrs. Mitchell Uvea interpreted to substantia'., in Southampton. Bermuda rumour that "Ban" has ma: English girl and Is living quietly Miss Mona Nlles, of the Admin, n ,he country Department, St 1. I €1 d home on Sunday. I after spending two .. nulls' vacation with her relatives. Miss Doreen Nlles and Mi*; i. Gay of Maxwell Road. ;iurch. Jt Basil %  e migtit cs On Honeymoon Ti#R. AND MRS who u< THnldad are now their honeymoon in Bai taying at "A^•ol'a.'• Rockley. Col. t. ReginaldBranch.ComThey expect to leave abo-it Issloner of Police of the Leeward March 4 1. What cab. l It's slain tor nose isan J • M1SU %  .. M^iB you aaea i isra oi peoo;' wltn nfwspaprrs (1 inSB. ( a. Prutt, ti' 7. rice in s fray. < J llwmya tlnd ^>:ie imoni IIM paaatngi l*. Its a bit ot %  wood to light, ISI ,>.sce gr ao;:tn \i > tfl. Thi* wou'.d msKe an I rrpcatca. i*i iS ro wu.ii sccounl you'd let sa--* ment. Hi tB. Hrre >ou'v* § I SW.UIHM ot v**trr4af om< i~-1. eafinf. 5 >nd a Da*D b fttd. T. -. wt; i. a*-u i lol. 4. umrt>.iuBB ^. Aluailna h Bf:o n -. "" Trl; 14 Bniri. lo llau IT. H**4 E a ; was captured in the 1M5 Socialist I landslide by Socialist Mrs. Lucy MMdlelon Women members of the old Parliament were I Miss Alice "Jacon (Socialist i Mrs Elizabeth Braddock (Socialist). Mrs. Barbara Castle (Socialist). Mrs. A. Cullen (Soda MtBl Qraea Colman (Socialist). i. [Canaarvative). Mi CankUna t'.anley (Socialist). Brs. B. Ayrton Gould llargarai HerSocialist). Miss Jennie LMJ (Mrs. Aneurin Bevan) (Socialisli. Lady Megan Lloyd-George (Liberal), Mrs. Jean Mann (Socialist), Mrs. Leah Manning (Socialist). Mrs. Lucy Mlddlcton (Socialist). Mrs. Muriel NIcoll (Socialist l Lady Luch Noel Buxton (Socialist). Mrs. Florence Paton (Socialist). Mrs. Mabel Ridealgh (Socialist i. Dr Edith Summerskill (Socialist i. Mrs. Edith Wills (Socialist). Twenty-two women were re-, turned at the 1945 election. Twenty of them were Socialists. Mrs Clarice Shaw, who captured the Kilmarnock Division of Scotland for the Socialists, died in latf 1846 and the Socialist retalnei the seat in the resulting byelection —L E S Your eves arc the RtOfll delicate, iheniostactttltive. theoK) harmcJ of all vet you |" thing at all to help then or protect then from the thousand dangers to whuli ihcv arc exposed. Then suddenly the OKI when v.iur eyes rebel they start to ache and smart and water, the nm% baODgM icd, the MMI gjyei and more serious tompUunti. levclop. You car. help prerng -tfc things by takia, Wl prccauuon of hadiiB._J regularly., Optrcx not ooh; ft^'^ •ln and g erm(l a to^J* tmy muscics, nruoro canX ni -a-"-d hhssTS tdhn en lotn nsonilta* leave. "Sorry I can't se you!" ^/Oon't let this i \snio> si'oiii \v I:\II FOR LADIES Also HOUSE COATS, BLOUSES, SKIRTS & DKKSSES One iiiun'ii Trinidad and they have been in Grenada for almost anoti.. | like Barbados they will probably stay for anottsi %  heir I atroll %  busier than Grenada, in fact the M' 1 Celebrated Soprano iss Oraotta hulknei ited lo arrive in Antiitu.t I %  of Anef .,,i... Britlah Virgin In) s A. hao %  Barbados. • • • Mr. nieodore QWen* ot Ln* H for rVntifug i v 11 W.I.A. Mr Norris Hughes from Grenada who has been in Barba%  ig the lntercolonia 1 Tournament between iUna and Barbados re%  Grenada on Sunday b' B.W I A Ml IMIOAIIUAi IMIEVS SHOP. \ifl All! i 1.1 II ( IM;>IA MembeOi MONDAY and WEDNESDAY NIGHT H SJ WARNER BROS. Present: LiLLI PALMER -:SAM WANA.MAKB in "MY GIRL TISA" y lhal it reminds iwm "I Tm.i UmplaUi .• loul II did. there i m much traffic on Wl I ilKlb i"i 111 the itreeu They are gueiu al I' chamber!, uell know the Howl Royal. uan pKnlat. a> hi-i I li.'VOI INWi KllKilHi'l' "1 A(.,!: %  Wurli'ss' Barbadi" Branch ia on I vi"-k i i ipnMUafl it to He left on Sunday by It %  I A B\ THE WAY Hy Beachcomber THE ch.n.i.n ol a li.nll....... I| anoUie, Mo. "M W ."a. Hal I -SI..• earnedI. vocuum a or>.n lh.1 .He Doctor." roolied ihe cHiu.i.eo loMln| ehflr. Lawi. hod won three n„. n. Ml ftol -' %  %  • """•' ""' Hul .. .ii keep a C!l?" he aakeil mi .phi-re ol Ih.tl houie n wrong. •No." ihe replied "I*vi Spirit i jndmolhor." "Yes, hrid boon bawd honour Hi .said Smart-AlHck ware 2.384 people ,ll) alter 8.30 The provincial paper Ii %  .'h langhtei Spli ... portj Uiu octurrenc ... '"""," 1 • .ddi-d the probable ~.|... not a apirtt. What l he OO JPI 'he rowd w Unhand grandmother aoi.l he,.lie I. UMMInl Ml Warat Lav cpl.ined lhal .cat hao toil Tibbie., liom now on you'll blow." replies Si *] %  a tin. Al JO ,. K0h your own innv" gel rid ol Ihe-*. aac du.ky genlleman antared the and .. ball P.-. da] i btUldln* Th...wan ertaa ol 'Its The Narkuier Scandal "•*"' Nuihmg. nothing 1 ..as p tfaharaiahl He's in iova ...i, •nvtaMT nd thinking aloud." i nd oui ""> """">" I" 1 Iht %  ia.k ".,,,, V.n i ..... uti moat ...... > %  ivpperrrolt." I ahall write u alorn He axplaUMd U a group lor* •'' he w-s no %  >•) | apIhat a man wilh a re.1 fa. • Mr Warblow to come ami : Ml II..' I fink'-Su*..r Zt.Cm'i reSKtta Mah-raiah. but a -hinme. ThU. sir. is no^a TrapuiM "^ ,,, .. iwevl Than, al 10.11, the •rj _Mr T.rperJ can """ %  ""' "" peared.-nd an ugly rush wa. wu Shiinprnt diMUuliv stemmed by the police hpituph litre lies an overfed rhinoceros SIulTrd with the da.nUcr. hum* haa been red a ,ncc n i 1,u, %  l '' n "> %  "" blood. I Ix'heve A,, for all this AT 6 II leal WgbJ I about .. poltergeist. Mi Warblow gun lo form outside Ihe Work ot control the otne. world, flats ln wbkh Trivia and if nothing worse than a than.It hud bacon* K gne bottle is ever found in your British star wa y's overcoat pocket you are %  the next muium* lucky father. They (on rrlva and uke up hej forged flvers in yeungj bul lhal ^-> IK>ru. Gataci I on 3. The Drive, l" in.provldi 'My sain." he irunled mrrrih "is laelr leas." \nd lauahed and Uushed and laughed until In died. T^ KHAKI DRILLS AT ONLY KHAKI SHIRTS 3.25 TIP-TOP STRIPED SHIRTS 2.64 EVANS & WHITFIELDS SOLE SELLING AGENTS FOR Mrns Fnglisli-iiiade 'Avenue' Shoes 14.40 Pair BLONDINI Mr. \r list i II. Get Ihe right TOOL for ihe Job RATCHET BKAt I I CHISELS II VMM I M SCREW DRIVERS HAND SAWS PLAN!s stguutaa Impacl Ike wide range slockril kg mir Harduare and lriiiiiiiiiii.;.'i\ Department BARBADOS CO-OPERATIVE COTTON FACTORY LIMITED Prices: Orrhe.tr. -,!. circle l. BalronyW. •"' BIV VUl'R TICKRI ">">" '* Here!! RIL0NEUM THE PERFECT FLOOR COVERING This new material, with • mg plastic hacking, if 1 ""* n.it crack or bligter. It is J and resilient lo Ihe tread,.ana its attractive colours >"•!"" an improvement to almost any floor. PRICE $3.46 PER YD PLANTATIONS LI


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Title: The Barbados advocate
Uniform Title: Barbados advocate (Bridgetown, Barbados : 1983)
Portion of title: Sunday advocate
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Advocate Co.
Place of Publication: Bridgetown Barbados
Bridgetown, Barbados
Publication Date: Tuesday, February 28, 1950
Frequency: daily
regular
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ffbrar. 2
1950.
Barbate
Ij&uttcate?
Prirr:
FIVE CE.\TS
Year 5 5.
LABOURS MAJORITY REDUCED TO 7
40 Countries Will
Discuss Trade
And Tariffs
GENKV.V Ki-h. 27
q-HK NEB SEMES oi tarill n. .n'iati,,,,... whereat ,
! in countries in ncaacM lo be repreuati I
hk,|d in Seplemher at Torquay, Britain. ,i . ,|., i
pniodai. Dkcussiom are due 10 begin mm s, ,,..
_jjbh la-Mini: two r three months.
~ H In
The Biggest
Pilgrimage
Tdad History
I
ariuiintl
ThMC will include
.Germany, Austria, and
<(:
lines -omcu w-th thm
Itcmr. Catholic* nei
Mayors of thrc

j fvei mi Sunda>
pin "i Hii' pilgrim-*!
jSUtuc of tlu- i. ia
gpydi arrived io
] partugbl by plane that
bgalue was brought b> Rev
fcfgna M scarboro
fem Socieiy of Cana-
an ., pilgrimage of th
rfajuui Ni.rd> and South
a Urn put of the pilgrim-
^Wk purpose uf which is to

prayer and pre-
I of Russia a* promised
Elaawd Mother
Imrawritativp gathering of
gofficials. members of con-
tinues, tht
laamber of priests and nuns
fa* Achblshop
bnceivc the itarue at Piarco
I from where it was placed
flawy decorated with flow*
I flag! and driven to thi
I by a mile-long pro-
of motor cars. ^-
Via the afternoon the^jfc-
I taken from the SirfeV
. and carried through
a of Port-of-Spain in the
|;. -ei messed
and Installed in the
il of the Immacul
(here it will he t.iken on a
t throughout the Diocese.
aaV*.
rrinct'ss \Iiet
In Dominica
DOMINICA. I

:
- J*'tx .,:.
honour of Police
Jet parade wen Bo% Scout;
1 The Royal visit-
F1 an .. Idress of wcl-
gei Mayor Clifton Dupigny.
rs of the
d Town

" motored
ftronM-i ami i
,-tt to Govi nment lions,-.
pwred m an open car
J ng crowd which
l*coraii
icted by canon
f SI <,, church.
[U-S Behind Britain
Jet Development
JWashi:. .
1 i i
Tlrryv -,
: I .
aayncan Aircraft Inmis-
L "
I
II Sub
Itta Cn U
,**/* behind tl
""> ol jet and turoo-
i transport He
, |~J Government shoulu
E"*0"" lo manufacturers
HKIOK M.M II.
McNeil May
Replace
Creech Jones
LONDON, F<
Ik,
.: )
main Deputy, uiay I
Britain's ColonJ
it was learned to
usualK | oa today
Arthur Creech Jones, Colo-
. ,. ->
in tha
it is understood he will re-
linquish his office.
Keulrr.
4 Moves Made
For Peace


for a separate peace between |
dunng the vari waa reported to-'
day in -he unofficial Vt
1
RobeH Kempner.j
former Deputy Chief Prosecutor I
at the Nuremberg War Crimes
lb
b
of the Allied offensive aganst
i the Spring of 1943.
and two more I]
through Sweden.
Keiopiur atld Ut U*
Von R bbentrop

peace with Russia. The
i
.
a separate peace if he
-.'
..
Reuter.
Cripps's "Pegged
Wages" May
Be Killed
; LONDON. N

political!* ,n
launch a new offensive n (he
induslriiii fteM
5* ' n nuarlers

till th 0( pegged
ge demands. the
I comnvjni'.ts nope lo sei?e the
'
I Tn,
'he political defeat ol the Com-
Uea t>( g Ken-
! eral loss of induence. and that
most of the gaps through
. ..need
in tb.
I 'ggco
now
tied up with the
enl
"
the Oei n n :^rted
'
egging.
___________iRetiler.i
I eae Optimistic
About
Argentine Meal
BUSIOfl VIRES, Feb. 27


M into force
trade quarters here to-dav were
less optimistic about tn.
in Pectruarv U
38.UOJ tons as against
'nmum is
L'S.OOU monthly .ailed for hy
.
nth uist .oncluded they

which obugeii man) '
*end "untiiiished' bj
..- achedttlee foi
d April anttdp
(Reuter.)
Dutch Happv (her
1 entflt4ingfe Arresl
THE HAGUK. Keb 27.


>tm MiWMikM -i u
he Indont-
slan reb. I -Turk
WesterliiiK

!han to In
.1 H Va.


good Dutch Ind
and to the building of the young
Indonesian Si'ate hud n
' limlnote-i" Reuter.
KingReceives ClementAttlee
Morrison Makes
No Predictions
TRINIDAD-S AWf.nt OOMI
...r talks
"8. IliKta nlmosy
Nurse Gives Evidence
In Mercy Killing9 Trial
MANCHK
A NURSI' ,nan j0
whie murdei Di Bamnnn M. Stndei la on trial, t^
read nroi
of the patiiiit
"' ohargad with bvtng kili
Borroto with air injections to end her nlfta
.. eaauMi
Campbell
Transferred
Dutch Commissioner
For Latin America
Tin
1 ign Agricultural

iKuslbilitlcs fo;
..tn pioducts. During
us visit, he will acquaint himaei.
with proffi aeenl preiim-
inarv talka
(Realer..
U.K. Situation
"Matter of Concern"
SAYS SMUTS
CAl'kuAVN.

Opposition leader, today described
the poini' in Brltaia
as "a mal
Ai.rld". In
ii v.nn Reuter Gen.


MR. I' I ( \MIHli.i.
Mr P
Acting c
i
..
. ___i. it ii euftallAtaj!%'* mn himi, !!
larae] k$ks
Uritaiu For Arms
ment can inspire i
May
and its decisions >\>day may be up-
th llritisli
I 'l could only add to the


NOON .
at the Bn-I -
aid formal lequesls to Britain lor
j cjBcictulv end i fnB1 and '
once more give the world a strong!11 w* '"" I il quarter*
ind authoritative British Govern nn Lwidui.
It ruler.
-----------------------------ilUUopa on U
tween the Foreign Ofllce ana 'he
MUSSOLINI'S MISTRESS' '
:<
eefe befove thi
.
aptoint oi
ri^et aixl

I to-dn>



in th
i

1'iilse bea-

irculaiSni
The nurse's first entry in hei

If ounc<
artav>
.-.t." An hour later lh<
poru

mi'-".
dd -hr gave Dr
Inge.
"The plunger was do-
At tlie time Mr
On rage 3
Lord Lyle's
Vnswer :
"Mr. CubeM
.-miknl,
LONDON, IV

am threat whici
Ml his business is .. m
chanical robot It will be -alle.
Mr. Cube" gad is i*mg preparet
txhibnlon in London on
Me ii! nantn
he folly of naUonauMUon
s of Tete *; :.
unlay and afterward

tie to avoid naUonalisati
ued to educate peoph
lanajBH inherent in *
creation of a stale monopoU |
jugar refining"
AXterwards I was told that lh<
r lection nR -ened iti.
danger ' 1
told me. "Naturally for the firm
the out
, .
il ol part
politics.
..re inteiesteo
ting our name off the ;
ilon list.
"Lord Lyie's p
..rv well Known" By OgMt,
LONDON, Feb. 27
'pHE LABOUR PARTY'S narrow overall major
ity in Britain's new House of Commons was
reduced to 7 today with Opposition Conservative
and Liberal wins in three delayed North Scotland
polls.
l'o>iiuii lit' tin- Parties toiii|rh1 arei Latnvnt
315, Conaervativep 298, Luwrcli !'. [riah National-
it* 2, lli'lr|M-iulriiI [.ihcuils 1.
LETTER PUBLISHED
Rom ''
.hat all was "crumbling merci-
lessly" then luting an
necessary foi
land, wa

Reuter.
it the Israel Gov-
uesi has appar-
ently been made to offset the
shipment of arn.
ounuiea.
No Business in Bulgaria
For U.S. Citizens
WASHINGTON, Feb. 27.
.lavcllmg on private business :n
untTlee last week.



;her.\
iRruIrr
We*igh For
Nothing

5
'..
mpany has an auto-
.ale In the Stationery
l>epartment. Just II .
I penny will put It
into operation. It
of order yesterday morning
in such a way thai it was
regiatdjring weight wfchout
the penny tribute.
tody told bob
else and tka news
soon got around and baaaaa

i
e kaci
*
lighl-
i e Joe
claaa.
Plans Made To
Knd Strike
In Paris
1'ARIS. Feb. T,.
1'uulic and private
UM tonight t<
work tarnotri
event ,,f a bus and metro stand
Mill, following ..
being taken by Paris Transpo:.
: -ill Unions.
The Trnnspuri Ministry plarme
mii all avallal i
<-rvices, afn d lorrie?
'rom the n
ng schools mag
ol iio.ooo Parti


natal worki

.
rea M
vim
.nve threatened to spread to gas
ari i
Labour M
l
- Iteiiter.
Peasants
Seize
Estates
In Italy
CATANZAHO. It.u
nbittere ed paagaastij
' rn Ita'y at dawn lo-.i
20.000 hectares Of MtRl
larai ilare-up nf Ixst .iutumn'
-till smouliler.ng 'paaaRnl re
veil"
I mi hi Is flat Mliow-
nrown plains which I
Bkaaaa. A |>easant lead-
-dav thai "ocal land-
owners had promised to appor-
ion land :nts was
lot poss bte, to !
oymani Tham
HM baaa kept he said
order* hy land hai'iffs and later
b) i-olice to leve !' |
no further attempt t<
oeasanu off the land
I A landowner's representative
told Reuters to-n ght that thi
ling of the land had not
l>een as quick as expected, be-
irtaniiinaitl
Whloh it would have necessitated
aanl leader said kk-niatj
arau'd not leave the
tlBM Tnaj paatUoa*
that this latevt uprisma in Ca'a-
would touch or
rring uiinaM tn oihe*
raajhana of the aoutB r-
gesltire." said one of them
lluiiprv men do not waste lim
in useless gestures".
Jesuit Priest
tails To Conwrt
Philosopher
VATICAN CITY, re
The Vatican d> Hied I
one of its crusading Jesuit priesU
had tried lo carry i>ul a "death
bed" conversion ol
Groce. It,i Id liberal-
minded poet and philosopher.

here, thi
week* ago was lying
laeteual] ill In Ms home al Naples
He later recoverea.
The Vatican newspaper (Kurt
WH*re Rasnaao said today thai
lives in a
Jesuit liege near Orei -
had railed on lh.-
as a reault of sugg<
mutual friends Groce said he
WOUld be glad
Jesuit OwrntUir
Groce added "I am sorry to wastf
bis time, since I have nothing t<
! .mi from him."

*o admit Padre Ix>mbardo. saying
the philosopher was too ill Th
la all that happened" added
All the rest is poisonous fantasy."
i\o Address From
Workers
LONDON. I
Party c.ov-
' I maklii.
tess in some dfft-
.
I propa-
fann.i cantrea wb.,,. H a result
:. to Dat
organuaUoo ol cultural leisure
nid enieruinment" the radio add-
.
Reuter.
Today*! polling brought votes
tor the main parties u|
rai, Conaervauves
i\.. Liberals 2.6U.4a IK, iggn
gate of voles recorded lor tne ilri-
tish General I lonigni
given as J8.700.008, a poll ol 8*
' ol tnc electorate.
Attlee's reconstrufneel Govern-
;.*d to l>e .innoun.e.i
ei.ner tomoriow or Wednestoay
morning.
He was received by King George
VI tonight and intends to submit
informally to him Ihe Cabinet and
vernment changes already
NSttftad The liar of new appoini-
.ncnLs. not neceaaarily extensive,
nay be announced in two inatal-
hough the Prim.- Mini-Lei
iiopea, il possible, to contain all
he changes in a single sutemen*.
Quarters near the Governmeni
l ighl made it clear thai' Attlee
nad received no visits from lead-
ers or representatives erf the Con-
servative or Liberal Parties up to
Cabinet hstr wing Aneuran
Bevan. Health Minister, does not
appear to have been among the
t No. 10 Downing Street
Prime Minister's official
rii< Cabiner consulta-
iiwinly
to the laeputy l*rime Minister. Mr.
' tha Foreign
) Mi Bevln Sir st.yford
fh.n.i lioi ,f the Ex-
rnoquer, Vteoounl Addison, Lord
Prti v Seal, and Mr WUliam
Whucly. Government Chief Whip.
Aneuran Bevan is not In the
Inner Cabinet
Prime Minister Attlee will drop
13 reference to further nationali-
sm the Kings speech, out-
i'ling the Governments pro-.
iramme to the new Parliament, it
was learned from a usually
Mirce today.
labour's majority on u
edfja, the Prime Minister
lecldcd that the speech will noi
rontroverflal legislation.
To introduce the business '!
he new Parliament on r> hlh
note of challenge might lorot
iite test of strength be*
*ce laibour and Conaervaiiv -
a Ix-ftwing Anmini-
tratiun. with Us tiny Dai> I
to its stride.
While Attlee continued his
talks with the Inner cobinet this
nstruitioii < i
he Oovl
till t-oming radrueadl i- ta
ii majoiity in the
House of Commons. Two Con-
aarvattfaa and .i Libeiai. tatfaac-
won m three delayed
North Scotland n-sults. nuioiinced
Tin labour Party now
hold 315 scats to the Coiisrrva-
.yfl, Ubeials 9, and
on page 3.
r
waa'**M
H"> o.t HI . John Lewis Pleads Not
Guiltv Before Court
Miners Acting Individually
WASHINGTON. Feb 27. evidence as weU as the law. The
John Lewis. President of the main question was whether the
: no Workers Union today Union was nesponsib..
.'leaded not guilty to charges ol refusal of the coal miners to go
onlempt bach to work.
had been
Judge Keech issued an order on
February II lor .
fwtnight.
O that oae sssBsers were ssruasj
- deral Judge
Too Much "ttoogie
Woogie"
In Germany
Musical Director Fired
BERLIN. Feb. 27.
been fired, following Rusaiai.
'at the ra -
boogie woogia and formalism, ait'!
''<> little serious and
mualc. The Russian att
0 i .
Ilefce H
[ G
the music of Berlin
become more and more '
ised. The programme eonsistr
largely of incredibly a I
music in the stvle ol
t %awiisst that daw.t.
DSSMslar forwialaan ?'
Realer.

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PACE TWO
BARBADOS A.n
itim>u iTi-,i:i \m
geudb &*&*"}
American
ROYALTY hasn't vtilled Bar-
bados for so long that tha
younger generation has been all
of a flutter as to what they ifcou d
or thou.d not do if they art in-
vited te official function* at Gov-
ernment Houae. 'during :i-
of H R H. Prinresa Alice and
the Earl of Athlon* drib's
authority on royal .'
iheae hints
Her Royal Highness will be
addressed as "Ma'am.' attM
Earl of Athlone as "Sir" or prefer-
ably "My Lord."
On presentation to both Pi'ncess
Alice and to the Earl of Athlone.
ladles will half curtsy and. at the
same time, ihake hands. Gentle-
men will incline their heads and
shake hands. Husbands will be
presented before 1*
On rll evening occasions, tails
will be worn, with Orders and
Decorations, but if unavailable,
white shell jacket (with orders
and decorations) or dinner jacket
told orders and decorations,
may be worn
Ladies wi'l wear long white pastel coloured) gloves, but as
these are not easily procurable, Elaine Walker, eldest daughter
half length white gloves or white Mr and Mr*. Samuel v.
lace gloves will be in order. Ladies The bride wore a dress of emboss-
? hake hands with their gloves on. For the Garden Party, gentle- dres* of Lace Tulle kept m
men should wear morning coat if tlon with feathers She
available. if not, lounge suit a bouquet of Anthur.ni:
^.w&~
".To. auntie, H" 10' !'
whits oread Mint oivfl hm.
'iviiefin-!' r^'ose scraps
tlon '"
After Two And aHalf Years
MR & Mrs C. H V.
turned to Barb..
i* W I A on Saturday with ihf i-
Itemard. Mr.
ltd tj/o and a
half years' * Cable I
there and will no
i The Barbados
Both Mr and Mrs Wiiki
. very popular in Antigua and
iheir many friends wll miss them
(specially those with whoi
i.-gular'y went fishing.
England
Wedding
MR. C. Usrua ft* -. only on
of Mr. and Mrs A
of Promenade Road whs mamd
recently at the While P.< I
Holiness Church t<- Miss itu'h
JEAN Drown Sa
1935. to atteid finishing school
Now. at 34. she has ju '
to Americafor a visit.
She liked England so
her first few months the'.
taV i ided to adopt this country a< he:
hr.me. She has developed a com-
pletely English accent.
To Spend I wo Week* With )j;led ^ a 1iitUnfl.
Her Sister found hoi utoyksua studies m
MISS MINNIE WELLS who s dietetics in advance of those oftVi -
a member of the Staff of the P(j i the school.
American Consuls e left on Sun- With Scntlu.id Yard
la> .' h^lM,'vAwith "her-filter She t0ok h" *"* 'fi M ieiici*U
StrtSSX^m*. I-ucu' at a nursing home at Seventh. ra,To at Penang.
Mr. Potter is Manager of the St. Kent. In INSslM Joinea the good .opr.no voice
'.ucia Branch of Cable and Wire- Scotland Yard food service de- m-health forced her to return
less and has himself recently re- partment. ,0 England a few months ago Mr
turned from a holiday in Englan i. In the war she joined the s,mp#on has now joined i.
Ill 4 < nJ annn aha, _ tia K ....
JEAV BROWN SANDERS
r^iter they both worked on the
Jean has a
Women In
Parliament
TWa-NTY-ONI srOnMB were
members of the last British House
of Commons at the dissolution of
Parliament Ninete* v. -.v

bsm j :
Ot the 194* nationhi eft)
Eighteen were nined women
Right to vote was first accorded |
Itatn in 1918.!
when women aged 30 and over
m re included in Use electoral re-
gister. They were given equa1 :
ing rights with men in 1928 when
women of 21 were included in
the register To-day women have
me StatU I J' male' id
national
m the House
of Commoa*. was American-born
\ tor. who married
the British newspaper i>eer Vis-
count Aslor In 1908.
She was returned as a Cim
alive for the Sutton Division of
Plymouth in November 1919. sat
in Parliament for the same di-l
ision for a quarter of a century.
W A AT., and soop she was tra.n- Un, to llud for nu doctorate of i retiring just before the naiiona
cooks tt an average of 30 a mujic whlcn ^ a m America I e'ections of 1945 Her old seal
I-adies must wear hats and half-
length gloves Long frocks (with
long gloves) are not necessary,
but may be worn if desired
Cm all other occasionslunch-
eons, or presentations during He*
and Queen Anne's Lace
The maid of honour was Mi:
Hazel Mascoll. Her dress was
pink taffeta and gfcc i irrted
Jim-shaped bouquet of I
The bridesmaids wen Ml
DR and Mrs Frank M Man-
son who have been spend nz
:ive weeks at Super Mare Guest
f| on Sunday on the (lr t
" of their return journey horn-*.
CROSSWORD
institutions, gentlemen will wear Virginia Jannlere an d
N.unite suits, and ladles, hats and
gloves.
Gut".'- invited to the Gardt n
Party on Wednesday, the 8th of
March, are asked to be lined up
ready for presentation b.
p m
On all occasions, guests are
asked to bring their invitation
cards
Anniversary of Baldwin's
Day
TRI Trojans Sports Club in
Antigua, i< organising a
Variety Fair to in Mid at
Huuse on 23rd March
under the distinguished patron***
of His
The Urd Maieh 1949 was a grea:
da> in AntiKua. one never to bv
forgotten, "Baldwin's Dav'

green sheer with black accessories
The bride was given in R|grria|
rother Mr N. v.

A Skecle, and the u> BWI.A.
I) D Walker and Mastci
S w Walker, brothers of the
bride.
Which was fully
choral, with MaaHl G
.it the organ was performed b)
Hev I. I. Miller, and the recep-
tion was held at the home of the
bride's mother.
stdL In 1044 she was posted as vlttUnc her sick molher _
Were Here Seven Year. Ago ^SAffJU
Liter she planned special diets
for men released from Japana
prisoner of war camp*.
While in the WAAJ. she met
and married South African-born
Went to India
Mr. Simpson was posited to Indiajl
in 1945. Jean was demobilised rH
year later, worked for a time ii |
Germany with the Malcolm Clubs.
and then Joined her husband in
India.
.even years ago.
Comings And Goings
MHS S V ASHBY of La Lasita
Hugh
ighton was also in Trlni-
ad lor Carnival. She was away
0C one week staying with her
arents who live in St. James,
Vrinidad. She returned on Sunday
Mr Andrew Christine, Man-
. :< r of the Central Agency
..lurned on Sunday by B.W I A
Where It "Buzz"
HAT has happened to Uriah
>uzz" Butler, Labour boss
from Trinidad, who went to
England twelve months ago? After
TrTl
''"ii
- n ii
rHrrr-p"
*" tz
a Bfl
WHAl
Hu
lit rctunifd Irom a bullnoM visil au0icsslng Mver4i pubhc meltings
KM and Aruba vii Trtnl
was away for stxWvi
Firat Holiday Viiil
VJK
. Attorney-at-Law o|
land. Ohio
Saturday inornini b> I
Canada-Airlines for a holiday. M>
c-ompanied by
daughter Miss Marjone Jau
and tht] are gtaylllf fel
ALMOST another year ha^ past Lord's (astir
inu u .eson told Can
expects to. Ijc in the Caribbean
I
he will visit Rime "t Um
.
I the We.-t Instil
OCcasUa:
Tnto th.
bland i have afforded liland and ha la ver) glad
to have i good ward in this dtl
costing around flO.OOO la ';- Ha ii-fi Clavelai l
them over instead of having wasted weather and when he got 'i
so ma
the an A new Nurses' Hostel U snow storm which
now i>einR huilt Perhaps we shall the running of snow ploughs Con-
ner a new ward this year. Here's stantly in mder h. keep i
Hoping! oj>en.
Vice-president of the R. .
Mr. S. E. Roland Smith, who
is an Agency Inspector of
l.nparlal Chemical IndusUiea n
Jamaica rtiurned to that Colon\
spending Ave days here and
md around London "Buzz"
suddenly vanished from the public
eye. Colonial Office officials say
they know nothing about him and
West Indians in London say they
have not .seen or heard him foi
months. Someone in London
askwi Mr. Matthews a|
1. SIikv temporary home. <6>
4. Dance lUrp in.ni in tpa
6. A same lor a;nbl. <<
a. Yuu'U oerar nnun u rou i
I &Hl>t
11 Nona.
15. Thia way. forv copse
macbaiUcs. (9i
19- Its bad form to smoSe cijsr
wttn thai, tli
21. The sotanint oi tnis ciue u not
clear. i5>
ilng water. (4)
a N^Klrd tor toe slttn same ? i4i
4*. Dsacrlhas a picturesque svene
Caiilea In The Air
, lmost anothi
mu the conatntttlon
long prom'sed new hospital in
Antigua har not yet been started.
Over a period of vi-air seven
thousand pounds have been spent
in drawing up various all
plans i ind their way
guest at the Ocean VTe Coloured Workers' I
I ; |1(<1 could tell him where to get in touch
m # with "Buzz", he immediately re-
Hn llamlsh Mitchell Who plied, "Ah, you want to ft)
T.C.A. on Saturdav if he is married or not Ma"
\H from Bermuda left on probably knows more of Bui
!e for Antigua where movements than anyone else In
.1 be staying at the "Mill England and his rem.
.u Mrs. Mitchell Uvea interpreted to substantia'.,
in Southampton. Bermuda rumour that "Ban" has ma:
English girl and Is living quietly
Miss Mona Nlles, of the Admin- ,n ,he country
Department, St 1. I 1
d home on Sunday. I
after spending two
.. nulls' vacation with her rela-
tives. Miss Doreen Nlles and Mi*;
i. Gay of Maxwell Road.
;iurch.
Jt
Basil
e migtit cs
On Honeymoon
Ti#R. AND MRS
who u<
THnldad are now
their honeymoon in Bai
taying at "A^ol'a.' Rockley.
Col. t. ReginaldBranch.Com- They expect to leave abo-it
Issloner of Police of the Leeward March 4
1. What
cab.
l It's slain tor nose isan j
M1SU *
.. M^iB you aaea i isra oi peoo;'
wltn nfwspaprrs (1
inSB. (
a. Prutt, ti' 7. rice in s fray. llwmya tlnd ^>:ie imoni IIm
paaatngi
l*. Its a bit ot
wood to light, isi
,>.sce gr ao;:tn \i >
tfl. Thi* wou'.d msKe an
I
- rrpcatca. i*i
iS ro wu.ii sccounl you'd let sa--*
ment. Hi
tB. Hrre >ou'v* I
SW.UIHM ot v**trr4af om< i~--
1. eafinf. 5 >nd a Da*D
b fttd. t. -.
wt mmi... -^r. Utti -'- !..- n.i.
au>; i. a*-u i lol. 4. umrt>.iuBB
^. Aluailna h Bf:o n -.
"" Trl; 14 Bniri. lo llau IT. H**4
E a ; was captured in the 1M5 Socialist
I landslide by Socialist Mrs. Lucy
MMdlelon
Women members of the old Par-
liament were I
Miss Alice "Jacon (Socialist i
Mrs Elizabeth Braddock (Social-
ist). Mrs. Barbara Castle (Social-
ist). Mrs. A. Cullen (Soda
MtBl Qraea Colman (Socialist).
i. [Canaarva-
tive). Mi CankUna t'.anley
(Socialist). Brs. B. Ayrton Gould
llargarai Her-
Socialist). Miss Jennie LMJ
(Mrs. Aneurin Bevan) (Socialisli.
Lady Megan Lloyd-George (Lib-
eral), Mrs. Jean Mann (Socialist),
Mrs. Leah Manning (Socialist).
Mrs. Lucy Mlddlcton (Socialist).
Mrs. Muriel NIcoll (Socialist l
Lady Luch Noel Buxton (Social-
ist). Mrs. Florence Paton (Social-
ist). Mrs. Mabel Ridealgh (Social-
ist i. Dr Edith Summerskill (So-
cialist i. Mrs. Edith Wills (Social-
ist).
Twenty-two women were re-,
turned at the 1945 election. Twen-
ty of them were Socialists. Mrs
Clarice Shaw, who captured the
Kilmarnock Division of Scotland
for the Socialists, died in latf
1846 and the Socialist retalnei
the seat in the resulting by-
election
L E S
Your eves arc the RtOfll delicate,
iheniostactttltive. theoK)
harmcJ of all
vet you |"
thing at all to help then or
protect then from the thousand
dangers to whuli ihcv
arc exposed. Then suddenly the
OKI when v.iur eyes rebel
they start to ache and smart
and water, the nm% baODgM icd,
the Mmi
gjyei and more serious tompUunti.
levclop.
You car. help prerng-tfc
things by takia, ,Wl*
prccauuon of hadiiB._J ,
regularly., '
Optrcx not ooh; ft^'^
ln and germ(l a to^J*
tmy muscics, nruoro canX
' ni-a-"-d hhssTS
tdhn : "
BM ttmt
v. m ihouU ktu immm
exjnnntd regtdari) wfln_2
Advice lo Writers
Work like the devil, and have
the patience of an angvl; md
secondly, get all the expert
you can. but don't wait for experi-
ence to come lo you. go after it.
Even il you do get a hard knock
now and then, it's all grist lo the
mill."
Somerset Maugham, the cele-
brated author and playwright.
Kivmg advice to young writers in
the BBC's "In Town Tonight."
[alandl arrived from Antigua oi
iv B.W 1 A to attend
the ("tiference of Police Com-
, lilt' tyuiinuw I "" w...
I'l.i,, cmmiMion lor the whole ,, whlch ,ak pi^ th
On Four Month,' Leve mi M Ctovatud, Mi
MB. AND MIIS. H. II. AUSTIN. MUl that II olion-
wbo rtlwd Iran i lUHiwu,
:.,v b, I.W.I.A.. Un la
Ltd He i> en lotn nsonilta* leave.
"Sorry I can't se you!"
^/Oon't let this
i \snio> si'oiii \vi:\ii
FOR LADIES
Also HOUSE COATS, BLOUSES, SKIRTS &
DKKSSES
One iiiun'ii Trini-
dad and they have been in
Grenada for almost anoti..
. | like Barbados they will
probably stay for anottsi
heir I atroll

busier than Grenada, in fact the
M'1
Celebrated Soprano
iss Oraotta hulknei
ited
lo arrive in Antiitu.t I
of Ane-
f.,,i... Britlah Virgin In)
s A. hao

Barbados.

Mr. nieodore QWen* ot Ln*
H for rVntifug
i v 11 W.I.A.
Mr Norris Hughes from
Grenada who has been in Barba-
ig the lntercolonia1
Tournament between
iUna and Barbados re-
Grenada on Sunday b'
B.W I A
Ml
IMIOAIIUAi IMIEVS SHOP.
\ifl All! i 1.1 II ( IM;>IA MembeOi
MONDAY and WEDNESDAY NIGHT H SJ
WARNER BROS. Present:
LiLLI PALMER -:- SAM WANA.MAKB
in "MY GIRL TISA"
y lhal it reminds iwm "I Tm.i UmplaUi . loul II
did. there i m much traffic on Wl I ilKlb i"i 111
the itreeu They are gueiu al I' chamber!, uell know
the Howl Royal. uan pKnlat. a> hi-i .....I
li.'VOI INWi KllKilHi'l' "1
A- (.,!: Wurli'ss' Barbadi"
Branch ia on I vi"-k
i i ipnMUafl it to
He left on Sunday by
It I A
B\ THE WAY
Hy Beachcomber
THE ch.n.i.n ol a li.nll....... I| anoUie, Mo. "M W ."a. Hal.......I -SI.. earnedI. vocuum
. a or>.n lh.1 .He Doctor." roolied ihe cHiu.i.eo loMln| ehflr. Lawi.
hod won three n. n. Ml ftol -' " """' ""' Hul'
.. .ii keep a C!l?" he aakeil mi .phi-re ol Ih.tl houie n wrong.
No." ihe replied "I*vi Spirit
, i jndmolhor." "Yes,
hrid boon bawd
honour Hi
.said Smart-AlHck ware 2.384 people
,ll) alter 8.30
The provincial paper Ii .'h langhtei Spli ...... ...
portj Uiu octurrenc ... '""","1
.ddi-d the probable ~.|... not a apirtt. What l he OO JPI 'he rowd
w Unhand grandmother aoi.l he,.- lie I. UMMInl Ml War- at Lav cpl.ined lhal .cat hao
toil Tibbie., liom now on you'll blow." replies Si *] a tin. Al JO ,.
K0h your own innv" gel rid ol Ihe-*. aac du.ky genlleman antared the
and .. ball p.-. da] i btUldln* Th...- wan ertaa ol 'Its
The Narkuier Scandal "*"'......Nuihmg. nothing 1 ..as p tfaharaiahl He's in iova ...i,
nvtaMT nd thinking aloud." i nd oui ""> """">" I"1" Iht
ia.k ".,,,, V.n i ..... uti..... moat ......
>- ivpperrrolt." I ahall write u alorn He axplaUMd U a group
lor* '' he w-s no*
' >) |
ap-
Ihat a man wilh a re.1 fa.
Mr Warblow to come ami :
Ml
II..' I
fink'-Su*..r Zt.Cm'i reSKtta Mah-raiah. but a -hinme.
ThU. sir. is no^a TrapuiM "^ ,,, .. iwevl, Than, al 10.11, the
rj _Mr T.rperJ can """""' "" peared.-nd an ugly rush wa. wu
Shiinprnt diMUuliv stemmed by the police
hpituph
litre lies an overfed rhinoceros
SIulTrd with the da.nUcr. hum*
haa been red
a,ncc n i 1,u,, l''n"> *""
blood. I Ix'heve A,, for all this AT 6 II leal WgbJ I -.....
about .. poltergeist. Mi Warblow gun lo form outside Ihe Work ot
control the otne. world, flats ln wbkh Trivia
and if nothing worse than a than.- It hud bacon*
Kgne bottle is ever found in your British star wa
y's overcoat pocket you are the next muium*
lucky father. They (on rrlva and uke up hej
forged flvers in yeungj bul lhal ^-> IK>ru. Gataci
I on
3. The Drive,
l" in.- provldi
'My sain." he irunled mrrrih
"is laelr leas."
\nd lauahed and Uushed and
laughed until In died.
T^
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2.64
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H.BRLARV ;s, 15I.
>lercy Killing
:-.'-
tram .'age l
-^ "breath was to.
,. the UCObnl
nF\. ";ie in-
K3ft' "I heard .1 lou.
W*mf blood, indicating me
rnr Sand*
rr'
Bmc during tlu- :.., H
^^Kltose :
*", to the foot of the bed and
US u hv letx a6e
m Minion ' >ou"" *e orow -
1 Mr -^
me
-Could you see what he w(a=
Mm
w^ed her the syringe and ncedlf
s
Atfed >' Dr Sander hatl
-. other statemene to her. she
he would nn-
Mis, ' fn Dr.
tasder left the room. "I went off
to dose on* my chart al tha desk
Xbe riru;t en i ead:
nt exoired."
Reutfr.
Cuban Sugar
Price In Peril
NEW VOHK (By Mail).
A current weakness In the pi
jjfCuuii- ing attnbui-
here 10 ' '" need of
I
_JMff 10 hi
Etuse she must sell quickly and
K l, hold oil as
le i" Keep the price
1
Mm mil)
^^^^H to produo'
lav, toaa ..
mibiy that developing
auti this p> dti Ow &Cfl foods-
ind prices
1 tocxt February will be the same
m Saw. Bu
fjepressui' filers, arc
holding off until it becomes so
-HI I'
BARBADOS u\<
O/fatof ctevt, ferut m* uousi can
PACK THREE
Old MotW, i ~o,-.y
knT To the fuptoMnJ
To a*T 1h* poor doa pi*
8uT u*h*n s>w T 1W
Thi cupboard u\|uit
Because Th* pig u*u in Thf i*v
YOU MOULDY BUMPJ.JUST L00\ YOU, iOh/,
WE 'U BF YOUR. VAlWTiMC- AND f|0W I
L^
UlriaTrri&Ttir
JusT taT
USOUA MAJORITY
REDUCED 7
m rrmn pair 1
..> making no
[Yirrr Mints-
:<*r Herbert Morrison told
in Party Jubilee Celebration
wiilfht 'hat they would be
rrvpared for another
i rather than later."
ken forhav-
iiiK got "til tne biggest nggregctc
OKlaM
le bein
i
antlm i, it is. I
k a fair assumption that the
aearvai raa) have petted
raximum."
I that the Brttsh elector-
hanre to think
before the next election
vill decide to
. aoaojuata
ad not to re-
-"tely difficult
. lot, which will now face
i -.\iry parties" of the
: aartg vote ol more than
billon with only 9 seats
:.it as he
dona much
itood to Hunan
I
thai UUeral Intai vanltmi damaged
r.abour no less than the Tones
possibly i -iii know
I do not know Ilul 1 *hould like
to find out "
"The re ..it rmniiii
tor l-lt.tiil is Are lhe\ | party
of progress or are ihey not? Do
ruiium to move
forward or do they wiah it to no
Kruter
ST. VALENTINE 5 DAY
Sea Eggs. Flying
Fish In Jamaica
...,....., .a i i,n r.....lulu ii
KINGSTON. jn. ,By Mall)
The Flaherfea Department, a
informaUon thai edible
;n round on the coast of Jamaica,
Wtlfttlai Ihe possibilities of
B.G. Export
Trade Drops
s.i(> Millions
For German Sugar
FRANK
Tfte Bcoi i atlon Ad-
comaitui. 136.000
aspr b) the w> -
knaienk'. Marshall Aid di
roni the U.S.,
I
occupM lerri-
Mries will orovide .'ne balance,
\tk sUKav cominK mainly From
Ikrmosa and South America.
Wo.
our latest Thai with
Dearor U.S.
Citrus Crop
GEORGETOWN.!By Mail)
British Guiana started off the
year with a reduction In hci
export trade by $1,302,803. Fi.i
Ihe first month of the ran i \
ui ports totalled S2.T42.562 ,
ocal trade in the*e wllh **'055.385 for January, 1049.
Imports on the other hand
One of lb* three species of showed an increase of nearly ml u agreeme
edible sea eggs that are found in n"-a-million dollars, b.-i
Barbadian waters and which form M>20*.M compared with implemented. A
large part In Ihe dielry of Bar- *'-7'2.049 for the same month """' "ill bus been placed on the
badlans can be found off Ihe m 1M8 c book, and the re-.i.
coast of Jamaica Nearly 24.000 tons ol ended in the Adams
less than in January, 1949 wen
tics Officer has placed l>ipped. causing a reduction onuses of re-organisa-
orders with Barbados for a test more than SIOO.OOO in the
inipmenl ,,l sea urchins am of the Colony's exports.
SV JWtAjft exS-'aSn's^ol;;
mat .aT'ca^'of'^n/r Sll ^"1 " V^SM
tthod shows anything like B substantial needs of a mode, i
increase over last year's January community, and the A
exports. A total of 24.292 cubic rnusl redouble II
feet of round and hewn timber Uwaa structural ehang.
valued at $35,614 was exported In Intereai both ol its m.
contrast with 7.685 cubic feet of the conunun
valued SI 1. 821. w'th reaped to ihe Worki I>e-
981 ounces of gold went to the partniantB, Hi
U.S.A. worth $46 723 bet" P'eaaed to app.int rom-
flighest single item on tha In- mi,,ee '"
I>orts list was flour. $301,948 "R?" re-organiai.t.on of Ihe
worth having been brought to the fgSSH
Colony in Januarv. !949. .lour S#f ''"
imports were about $33,000
than this year.
1949-50 Important
Says C.S.A. Report
PHE wm- 1940-60 I Minnelv nnpurtanl one.
aayi the Report ol the Council ol the Bariwdoa Civil !
tioa The Kepn deeJi with Mich lubjocti as the
Whitley Council. Structure and Salary and General Stfia|
tiong. .....mou-
lt records thai the new salarv tee has been constituted, but has
not yet held its first meeting.
The Keport says this about
Structure and S
The Ml
in our last repoi I
ised. but the Council is satisfied
that, takii.,. to consid-
eration, thi

iiicnt on the method of
has been assimilation :iies. the
01 trapping this fish with the aim
of having it applied here to boost
marine food supplies
R.C. Bishop Resigns
After 20 Years
WASHINGTON (By Mail).
A rise in ihe price of citrus
Ihnti in the U. S. is foree. I
O^S Department of Agriculture.
Ofugeg will certainly fetch more.
mao now until May. bad weather
nring spoiled the rop, and de-.
.snd. asptciall> I
m. having risen.
aJ-S, >:i pefrult crop is the)
iWtileit ft ,n,i tho
ItWnt hlg] R.
lased to continue. G ociaty of Jasu*
jwdum- received three tin
wi for mcir crop during this
Sjar. u they did during January.
1H9B I r
.rl.du. Vdv.c.tr r..r.(,ndrnli
KINGSTON. Jca. (By Mail)
Bishop Thomas A. Emmet, head
of the Koman Catholic Mission in
Jamaica for the past twenty
years has resigned and will be
returning shortly to America. He
first caine to the island in 1916
and served as Parish Priest and
Headmaster of St. George s College
until 1921 when he returned to
e/M con-
secrated Bishop of Tuscania and
Leopard EseapesZoo
Plain
. -
i
1 ouncil

lary to serve up.m this Committee,
Changes
the conditions of
ire to
be considered
E**!^ = *
successor is the Very Rev. John
' Mclleney. S J Provincial of
do Biimlaj
Yesterday
37 ant
iiSr..,i,5&?* ProVin' "' ,h' denS woodlaml was set
in the hope of (lushnig
Maunlania Will
Earn Over Sim.
hdmi cnii*
H i
OKLAHOMA. Monday.
A buudii
Marines. Police State Troopi'M
and volunteers Comtn.uee under the Ch-..-
inshlp of the Col<
l rig of Civil Set
balm
i. to which
'.
Praal n a. Vaughai
mal. while planes In
munication with the groin.. m , the
"ants Meat F'aetorv jaruw flew vm cariobaan i
**-**# _t one plane reported lighting the report hits not
r (IT lailtlliflt ,fte l*0P?^( about one mile east lished. An.
"""" of the fire but a search party F.C s ,
iiurbttti.. dv ii- certtiNieMii rushed to the spot failed to find It. Commi.'sion and piesented a
KINGSTON. .. i. (By Mail). Citizens of Oklahoma tun indum.
Hon. Sir Harold Allan, Minister out in their thousands t<> watch "Tl ,h' quaatt
of Finance, is in with Colonial Development Cor- So dense were the crowds 1
poration with regard to the es- one searcher jocularly announced ***e of tin
f they locate the leopard it will
lion oy corresponding pi
not be rebutted on the .
logic or i toundenii
upon the
Urllcial sl
ineihod. not bacai
but becauai
n> could not afford it.
Under '
accept without prejudice to their
claim for o
the methcKl ot u I
on proximity of unou
an increment. Imfoilun.i i
the Asm] award was made, the
added increment was
to a bonu of officers
en incre-
ment* anil i
Advised
Association was
Legislature th
of the Ada would t' ,. -
dealt wit)
the implementation < Howevw Lb* now in-
formed tha Uon of tne
i the PublM
,
the Archr.
Airport and H.nbour
Uxnthou
Committee has appointed a coin-
mlttee to i
in respect of the rf-.i
: the committee will re-
port, m : le.itmg
n the service
RejMrtmg on Oanaral Staffing
. the Raport records Ihit
lOCil reported ;riat
an examination would be made of
the disciplinary procedu
Thr Coun-
cil has to report that the staff side
has reached an agreement which
;!n procedure consider-
. .ssure thn"
not only is justice done, but thai
it will appeal to have been done.
The o < oenan
d Itb Ihs proi odura
making promotions. The roun.il
tUed that the machinery
for makn;. u aosquaM
nr proper ami in its view the
i
apluiiim-ni
ofnrers ).- I onvinced

i opei u to assess officers
and thw
I i
ed that in the abaance of Depui*-

H the airing of
rnotionsi t'uiiiki. thai i
through which candl-
, Hi i, ft), tht
hat the prom. '
. tlons does
adequate data
to form i ... .innate of
i
MM appoint

ill deplores the

i > put the
/

LaOaaa who is as we!!
ti Ik a. w ill !*' given prefl 11
ia.es.

CvHincil .shall therefore continue i
real
Backache Gone
Neighbour teU
"TAKE DOANZ
JT 1$ SUBPRISINO
! crafcttr badoche,
atem io^aiOc ,>^ov
dftiiWiHineiliiorlotaii
aad conmoo nderr dta-
KtiaaceaancabaonraaBx.
Straeg. adrte Uderra
""I T' r* 'I nueilii
"teal eric add aad harmful
"**m am ot lb. rnocn. When
'dorr aotaa ieadeooale aod
ill lo lute the blood propcrlr, pain and ' laidll
ticqueorrr reaua.
lloaa'i Badadaa Kidney Pill, brine aBDVtdad'ka I
Alpine to dene Ike Udeer hheraTed^aWenuWei
ibdrealee. You can rdy upon to a kno-i
Imreoc and urtouy aadieotic. Sum, fhmeeniei of
.rirrful men and woraen hare lenined 10 ihe good
Welib ther ban retained b. uJn Doao'i ftk.
Illll. Aak rer Dealer fee
GUARD AGAINST
COUGHS nd COLDS.'
"Why don't you
try Paradol?" y^
NCW VOHK iHv Main.
"dollars for I ,ia,n on her West tabluhmenl of a meet proeeMinK
I'm-
Bahamas Currency
Controls Eased
| -. NASSAU (li> t
^^ea lo encouragv
" in the liali..
none will allow
igroaioeii.'. lo arlthdraw Ihelr
t*8"'- ..nd it is
Ig".'"1'.' "ill i-neourage Brllons,
t**"" ^nd Canadians lo pui -
aaaC1?1. "'-"' ""' build homes
III I'
I Portland, th,- eaeteni probably be found trampled lo ') '
..,,._ vth." "o1 eueceeded in having sorvlee
Recreeenta- Sunday motoriiu crowded -inuiion brauabl mtp lue wila r
Ueae. highways and country roads lead- '.<}') "' "imiler bodies in the
Ing north and east from th,- Lin- "' K," "' ". "> '"
In the scheme It la Intended lo coin Park Zoo from which ttw J"J Aom,..;,.,i,on m.n.pud eppotnted
include ,hc rearing of pig,. ad leopard rent,y imported Iron, --",
other small stock on a very large India escaped
scale for the production of ham, the 20 foot wall of its pit
bacon and allied products.
R.A.F. Spitfires
HONO KONG. Feb.. 27.
Royal Air Force Spitfire crews
were standing by here today in
i Chinese Nationalist planes
attack commercial aircraft on the
(jound. Spitfires are making more
patrols of the Hong Kong frontier
Bermuda Gets
first Good Well
L Ha
^F. ***'l,ood drinking-wa.v-r
fcrmuda has been
^^^water diviner brought
^^""i by Mr Kenneth Rob-
aifamous novelist.
^P"ae with a hazel
I
* and membt'i
lug in tho
,,.
When highway patr<>:-
into the area lo check a rumoui
that the animal was seen th*1
! i k wduld ba follow..i
by n stream of cars. Police bed
to stt up road blocks to keep
moton't* out of the area.
Reuter
GOOD WHALE CATCHES
CAPETOWN, Monday.
Whale hunting expeditions in
Nationalist planes have recently the Antarctic are going ahead of
made attacks frequently on ihe chedule. Their catches amount to
Chinese side of the border about 200 units dally. They
Rcfsier. would reach their tau
March 10th instead of April ..
---------------------scheduled end of the season.
__Kesler.
Police Dogs
LYONS, Feb.. 27.
Police dogs here today began lo
hunt for two bandits who shot
i.nu killed M. Georges Andre, pro-
prietor of the Durand Steel-works,
whin they robbed his apartment
ot 2.000,000 francs yesterday. The
. ring masks bound the
hands and feet of Madame Andre
h<*r two daughters and son-in-law
..eked the apart-
ii' finding the safe
eater
jumping over ,-. ;ind lo
put I

,1 Mill'
New \i i an' -nil in
The Staff has ft
ticen put
into operation without prejudice
Whitley
Council should be mandatory
rather than art\.
again unable to
report much pro,.
.mental Whitley
which has be.:
and la Pert 2 of the Adams Re-
port. An agreement has bean
reached that those matters in
Part 2 of the Adams Re,
relate to conditions of BM
be dealt with by a committee un-
der the chairmanship of tl .
'
ijitii-
pointi
outlined brieftj In n
pieoared foi
mittae al then
lepresentalives entertain high
IHk"i Miss On on pod nines
sod stay home indupotl. -.hrn
fsradol belps to relieve |rri<-iiC
pains m qaickly! No dissgreaable
H-down or Iter-dfects. SitwatisV
cally-conipuuiKiNl lrM4iugrtdi.-iiu
--Paradol brings fast rrl.. i hi
headachr*. too. Try Paradolthe
aaate KDr. Chase" is your aa
DR. CHASE'S
PARADOL
- Qv*i Rs/iW frmn Pmm -
Jamaieun ihi
^^iiif: Chargee
^JRHAMPTON (Bv Mail)
Patterson, 24-
V n
Ba a ^fw*
^^'etssW at
"tVC-f.
Show Business
HOLLYWOOD. New York's
Stock Exclumge is considering \
TV programme over privately-
,. .1 sUtion to sell sharesRex
vurernsnded Harrison absndoiiad piaw to direct
red him to take a rail-
; .clures -llracl only amall
cinema audience 'n Texas, home
if cowboysHollywood u o">
. stone* of golf stars, in-
cluding Ben HoganVan Hefli
is regUtering al a California uni-
versity to aludy for a Matter of
Arts degree.
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of
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lading Scon i EmulUoa.
i then |'jst a tonle-
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ii I muK.on ii a sold mint of
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m the
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PAGE FOIR
BARBADOS ADVUI 1TB
TUESDAY FEBRlAk
UH
BARBADi^siflkA^oem Codrington College
f---------T"*" THF int(lAiinn of Prince"* ..._... ^_..._- .L_
Tamil I by TW m*mn o. **.. * "* * ""
TueMlnv. Krhruarv 28. IS"
Snjar Follow I'p
THE leccnl sugar laltc- point
unrnis'akably to a growth in \
opment o( the Wt I
and sugar experts met at GowuMMBl
nd have decided not to entertain the
,f the British SomUlWM lu lne
.,; Astociati
quou of 640,000 tons of sugar but
quest permission from the Secretar> "f
State for the Colonies to send a political
delegation to bargain with the Mintoti
Food on a ikw compromise' hams of the
present West Indian surplus sugar pr.x)uc-
tion, estimator! it 72J.0OO tons.
The only vital point yet to bt Wttled
is the best time for the delegation to gp to
London. The pn
ra] Elections mak.
impossible- tor an immadiat) visit. This
must wait until it is quite certain what
plans Mr Attlee is maki
mint of the United Kingdom. Bui
imperative that negotiations shjuld begin
at the earliest moment, which should be
|y in April.
Under a cloud of uncertainty and with
feelings ot frustration the West Indian
QoVi I mentl met in Grenada essentially
to mi presented I
men! demanding :
.; tugai It
nry.
The populations of most of these colonies
depend almost solely on sugar and without
imperial preference or guaranteed markets
cannot support themselves. They had
hoped to be able to expand the in
and improve methods of production in ci-
der to raue the general economy of the
area. If Qreat Britain consents to
present generous demand, they will at
least under a long term agreement, lie
saved the alternative oi what
expansion has hitherto been made
Faced with a General Election In bit h
it might be raised against them thai
had caused an increase in the houtl
budget, the Socialist Government through
the Ministry of Food hesitated to jrant the
demands of a sugar delegation winch
i London last year. The repi.
uf the various West Indian govern-
ments held then meeting at the time of the
[ion and many of them I
rejection by his conititt* Secre-
tary of State for the Colonies who had
shown great sympathy with West Indian
sugar when the food UinitU I
ids To an
did and at tl did 's tubule to
then unity and judgn
A continued Wi of
900.000 tons
I I the Indus"
to do: but I
ot product!,.
ad soo.000 tons and
acttd with the inuu
TL'
the extremist who must have
Ins view, -a limited view all
But ti.
and sober minds who know thai
to ask for what is possible than t
''
deal at Grenada <
at least three politicians who can
.ul problems apart from Inl
n licit too to th<
i to the vast amount ot
work put in bef' :
.'.mi.
They ha\
standard and one winch it is not easy for
the British I
to retain the loyalty of the W.
with a Conservative (Jovern-
ment I to Imperil
ment. it could
quota than 725.000 ten
annul
decui' action the I
i Ity to a final
An unmtelli
or obit
,t the moral victory attained at
i
Will III %lll IIS KAYi
stallation of Prince's
Alice a* Chancellor of tlic Uni-
venrtty College of the West Indie-.
i brings to mind the only othr
In this aia Th.
. |g well known and has
I p.oduced men who have neld high
- I

si John Lrai
Jamaica, and
rcylon.
H was found-
led by Chllllophl Codnngton III,
SfBO wan born In 1868 His grand-
i,,,,l i C,"lrmgton -.
ueaner-
"( het'd ?!
Ihc wonders "1 Ihc New World
..,: Codrlngtoi.
Iwho had .rttlrl in Virginia In
' IWWi left England in 'he reign "f
[ Charles I. who,, only cadtl
II rv and make hi: fortune.
I chrl. nc to Barbados
and became a wealthy planter;
e died his two son. were
I losponsilillin
In this Island. The older Chrts-
.1 was made Governor
Leeward Cartbbee Isles .n
and at his death in l98
on, Chrlatophgf II.. to ca-
- Ihe tradition of his name.
ChrUtophi r Cod lotton ' '
Church
ncr on July .i.
11685. Afte lak.ng his degree lie
I was elected to a tcllowshlp at All
Souls, Oxford. In 160. He ae-
rated himself to ancient an I
modern languages, literature hli-
I tory, divinty. physic and logic
also he was conlde-ed a wit and
I mere
.Indent, for four years after nil
All Souls he WJ1
Hi in Fland-
here he attracted the atten-
l.on of the King and was made a
of age when Ins lather died, anl
the Kin,; < ""
Command In the West Indwl
Christopher Codrinftoa til re-
turned to the Wcm 11
the stele of the Islands was very
unsettled; his officials do not ap-
pear to have i eeo always trust-
worthy or loyal to him Codring-
ton proved hlnuelt t. bt
and able ruler, but as Is inevita-
ble with such men, he made cne-
npeal w-as lodged agaui't
him. but was dismissed bj UK
House of Commons. Codringtoii
and Admiral Benl-
i successful engagi
against the French, but after Ad-
imiral Benuow s death, a great
. expedition planned by him ana
*,, a **?ll
Guadeloupe In 17OS failed; at the
age of Ihlrty-slx Codnngton re-
signed his appointment In 1704
d to his estates in Bar-
bados; where he died year-
later.
Professor Burrow'- Worthies of
All Souls.' records the extraor-
dinary genius which enables a)
young a man lu, win his laurels
In so many and so varied voca-
tions of life- At the age when
most men just start to enjoy suc-
cess. Codrington. loaded with
University honours and Mllita v
distincUoiu. retired 10
tatlons to devote himself to Usfl
more perfect cultivation of lea n-
ing and the advancement ol re-
ligion and phllanthrophy.
By
CHARLES GAYT3N
Codiington died on Good Fri-
day, April 17th. 1710. in the
buiioing which is now the Prin-
cipal's lodge at Codrington Col-
lege He was buried the next
uay in St Michael's Church,
Bridgetown, by the Rev. W Gor-
don, the Rector. Six years later
hls body was exhumed and car-
ried to England to be deposited
in the ante-chapel of All Souls,
Oxford, where the single stone
upon his grave bears the one
word
CODKINGTON
He had bequeathed his splendid
collection of books and a sum ol
money to his College of All Soars
The Society for the Propagation
of the Gospel in Foreign Parts,
which had been founded m ITO1,
was left his estates in the follow-
ing terms-
I nice and bequeath my two
plantations in the Island of
Barbados to the Society for the
Propagation of the Christian
Religion in Foreign Parts
my desire is to have the plan-
tations continued entire and
300 negroes at least always
kept thereon, and a convenient
number of Professors and schol-
ars maintained there, all of
them to be under vows of
poverty and chastity and obe-
dience who shall be obliged to
study and practice Physics and
CMrurgery as well as Divinity,
that by the apparent useful-
ness of the former to all man-
kind they maf" both endear
themselves to the people and
have the better opportunities of
doing good to men's souls
whilst they are taking care of
their bodies, but die particu-
lars of the const,
leave to the Sociely compose,
of wise and good
ttfueen Anne interesa-
in ine erection of UK
and timber was brought from um
neighbouring islam,-. b]
rat. However, n was .
that the lime was rlftn
College, out alter various delays
a Grammar School was opener
in 1745 (Now tne Looge Senooii
Jt was not until another grc
educationalist came to hlarb-o--
vnat me College came into beir-a
in I8J0. Bishop William Hal.
Coleridge, seeing the need of i
comtanl supply ol clergy, and the
difficulty ot ootaining uiem from
Knglano. made recourse to the
original plan and the Codnngtoi.
foundation became a Colic
chaplain of the SPG
John Hothersall Plnder. became
Ihe first Principal.
It is remarkable that Codring-
ton College's first Principal be-
came the first Principal ot Wells.
the first Theological College in
England; and Bishop Coleridge,
after retirement In 1842, n
to England and became Ihe first
Warden of the Earliest Missionary
College In England. St. Augus-
tine's. Canterbury. Thus Ci I
ton College claims the proud dis-
tortion of being the pioneer ol
the Theological College movement
of the nineteenth century.
It U to be hoped that the
University College of the West
Indies will be more fortunate
than Codrington. which has hac
many disasters in its long and
chequered career The first build-
ings were wrecked in the hurri-
cane of 17S0. Reopened in 1745
.t was again demolished by the
hurricane of 1780. Rebuilt am
reopened in 1789. enlaine 1 for the
netting of the College on an
academic footing in 1829-30
completely destroyed by thi
hurricane of 1831. The hurricane
of 1898 came on a succession 01
years of poor financial return;
from the sugar plantations, anc
it appeared inevitable that the
College would be closed. This
was averted by the help of the
West India Committee and a
cenerous grant from the SPG
Bicentenary Fund. On April 18
1926 misfortune strutk again, this
time in the form of lire, and the
Chapel, the Hall, the Ul"
Tutor's Quarters, the Common
Room, and the Students' Rooms
were completely destroyed; only
the outer walls remained.
D.L Sales Of Cigars. Rum.
Continue To Decline
LONDON
imports of cigars during the first nine
third of the cor-
i He stocks of rum in
These,
memoranda,,
wganlsaUoa to the
Secretary of State for Commonwealth i
,*,slUon has deteriorated continuously since I
.,. Mr R K Winter. Secretary of the
irganisat'ion which represents primary producers
I the Dominions and Ci
,,( ru. : ndum says; "While there
,as been an Increase in UK. imports of rum during
ne first nine months of 1949, withdrawals from 1
aond have been little more than half the quanti-
les recorded in the corresponding period of IS348
and stocks have almost doubled." I
The following table for rum covers the period t
lanuarv 1 to September 30. in millions of gallons;
0 K IMPORTS
1948 1949 Inl
Decrease
It 7.9 plus 1 3
WITHDRAWALS TSOal BOND
1948 1949 Increase or
Decrease
241 1 27 minus 1.19
STOCKS I>t OK: BONDED WAREHOUSES IS.pt 301
1948 1949 Increase or
Decrease
....... 6.96 12 67 plus 5.71
The Memorandum continues "All but a negli-
riblc proportion of the rum Imported comes from
Commonwealth sources-British West Indies. Bru-
sh Guiana. Mauritius and South Africa and
icing a by-product of the sugar Industry n ioi ,
lows* that a large contraction of the demand such
has recently occurred In the market which nor
nally abeo.bs practically the whole o thet P}
of rum must react seriously on the Prospent> or
the sugar industry which is the economic n
i atonies which produce It. ,,.,,., .., .
reduction of sales in this cr ,
only inflict damage on the overseas sugar
Industry, with resulting serious effects on inc
nrn.r>wttv Of the producing countries but also
STmaferlal lo?s inI the =u^ "*,
he United Kinodon-. Producers in th-West.Incites
ikolv ui prove inadf; , _,.
The table for cigars between January 1 and
September 30 in pounds weight is as follows.
O.K. IMPORTS
Increase or
1948
&*%!
For TO-DAY
Cm of Living Bh*
Tins TRINIDAD GRAPEFRUIT HK LSUa^ _""
Tins BOURNV1I.I.E CHOCOLATE B'SCUTS Jl.22 S
McEWAKS RED LABEL BEERper L'ottle 2 ._ i!
...... Per Cage $6 24 4 j,
lOLOlwK-tOlv CTOKsK*
WE HAVE
ALUMINUM SINKS with Doi-.ble Drain Boardi
ALUMINUM SINKS with SinBle Drain Boards
ALUMINUM SINKS, 30 ins. x 18 ins.
ENAMEL SINKS, 24 ins. x 16 ins. & 20 ins, x 14 iB1.
PORCELAIN SINKS, 27 ins. x 18 ins.
PORCELAIN BASINS, 25 x 18 ins. oi 22 x 16 iu.
(with or without Pedestal)
COPPER PIPE, n in., v.In., '4 in.. & l"im.
and Fittings
WILKINSON & HAYNES CO.. LTD., Successors la
C. S. PITCHER & CO., LTD. !
Phones: 4472, 4687,
Sil llm. 11 With the Russians
Iiiii- ul Utr rrjt probrim
...In,.- Ihr worlt! ..kU> l
,.h.llt.i Utr I iMtMl ^tr. or
Ihr I 'nitfd SUl.. Mi Hrilaln
should pncair in dirrrl u.p-
irvrl trf'k^ ilh Sitvir. Kt^'iJ
in 411 rllort to jvolvr Ihr rrlllral
mi..(i.hi at .ii.nni' ronlrol.
*n4 olhrr m*J.ir told war
tMMS.
la Ihr rlirlr thai follows,
one of the hkhrst i.tnkum
I mi'il MbI 1 niU'd Nations jnd kry sUIr
drparttnont r)i|it \mb*J
dor lirnnt A. Grow* lvtF an
rxrrptlonally Irank appraiaal
M I s. Kiuftlan rrlallon in
trllinit why hr l-rllrvrn sU< h
talks ui'iild br unub* al IhU
.111
LAKE SUCCESS. I B> Mil)
Why houldn'. w ill down with
he Ru'siiiii' 1 ; '"'->'*
and lr> hi wort Ml
on our

i nif.il
It would probably be hard to
And in mIi
i.trh an bnpi
ihi rc-
1 in III ig|
t turn its thoughts al once
10 tfforU U) dtVadC Hu- world up
1 I think
..i-hcs alio lhal lhl hM
. \
Wo musl b* Bwajc of Xhv futil*
Of this cour**. H involve*
an attempt lo spill apart
Uie nations of thi* CrM wrld in Iho
hope that v.\ the slmnjcest .f HM
1 would throw some of our
i.) Um wolves and Ihcreby
discredit m in tin- t-ves <-f all
inn* wnlen
divide us1* Let us take look at
them
Pe-i.

Ury of Stale said U -
we h..
in w Ul net a treaty with Austria.
I We made no head
". and lh
Dalon dm Dd mn bn wHlli |
to tgroa 10 ow principle that
1 ; vhi.h (lartlcipated
Pa had u
i-iKin lo a ratal iii Um

Ih Anili.iss.uliir
I i'lirst A. (.russ
In none of these problems do
tnt llMM 'iivido the Soviet Union
on the ono aide and the U.S. along
on the other. In all of them tho
rwti of others are directly
Involved.
Moreover, it is an Intorwttni
.iiurftiHT, 11 h uit iinm-MiiiK
fact which we should nut
that ha tl In 'vhich
we have carried on bi-lateraL dls*
1 Qovtm-
RMOl m btiva fared no belter
tdan w* have in the United
Nations.
Take Korea as an
During the war wc tnt
agreement with the Sov
defining the areas of Korva In
11 of us would accept the
surrender of Japanese troops. Wo
soon found out that tin
1 iierately distortinn anc.
twi-simtt this agreement by pre-
tending it was intendcv,
two tones of occupation in Korea.
For months on m Wi
patient and persistent dl
We got QOWtv 1
The United Nations then took
thematter up Hfi.
we went from two-power discus-
sion to the United Nations. But
when UM !'>' Of th,' world repTO-
sented in the United Nations estab-
lished certain principles looking
toward u free and mdep ndent
Korea, the Soviets refused to par-
ticipate. They walked out on a
commission the U.N. ^et up. just
as they had walked out on the
earlier d rtalch they had
hold with the United 6
Would anybody seriously sug-
gest that we should surrender this
support we are netting from tho
resl of the world on this matter
and resume the two-now*I
cuulon which ended in luiluiu
because of Soviet refusal lo accept
certain basic normal conditions of
moral conduct?
To return to the atomic control
U atomic
plan docs not violate or interfcn
with sovereignty of the Soviet
Union any more or lei
does of the United States or any-
other country From b.
entitle and political pom' Of WOW
the experts who have worked on
it are convinced that this much
.toverolgnty mutl bo
order to get effective control.
From
Jamaica
Countries
1947
281,425
68,762
[9tf
1949 Over
1947
193,736 95.775 185.650
22,937 10.753 58.009
Whul's on Today
Meeting of the Legislative
Council al 208 p.m
Merlin* of Ihr House of
Anoonbh *i i oo \> m
Mobile Cinema. Mt. Tabor
Area. SI John at ^ 30 p.m.
Mr. J. W B. Chrnery loo-
mi - al British ('uuitril al
SIS p.m.
The Communists say that the
United Nations pton dor
\ Union turn over own-
ership of atomic (aclllt
United Nations romm
which the United Slates has what
thev t all an autotnotta majority."
"This, of course, b
s nonoai
there is no such thing as an iuto
matte majority OUt

cision that wouUi have to b0
by the United Nottom in connec-
tion with the control plan would
treaties which would define the
righto and duties of -he DOli
involve the loyal carrying out of
such ti<
In other words, what th.
Union In effect is saying is that It
cannot trust the maiority of the
world to carry out in good faith
ncernlng prodU
; of atomic material* ;s
well as inspection designed Id
tnaurt Ihoir poooofnl uses.
\ members of the United
Nations voted for the United
Nations atomic energy plan. Onlv
the Soviet bloc opposed it. Does
tho Bovfot UnJ nrl uoly believe
that those 40 countries would dis-
regard obllgattoi
.nd would pervert Inter-
r th,- pur-
pose of obtaining some illicit
advantage over tl
The truth of the moth I
simpler than this The truth is. and
it is n facl which we musl 'OOlt
t
police state system finds
difficult indeed to subject itself to
anv inspection from the ou<
ii< i. Ltrtoin; Honco,
ihe news blackout within the
Sovkrt Union; Honco, Um rafuool
loo to roctlvo Intern
tiuii.il Gonlfol and |nop<
I ,f 350,187 ~21.era 106.528 243.659
^^r. J^ ^286 _1U38 t;_____W3
,q47 1948 1949 Decrease
lfttt Over
1947 |
gs-sr- w ^ _ss =w
much mire than h.ilt or um
,,s been
he Cigar i \ i
..|t n. That the difficulties of "tar
manufacturers in Jar ,^ '7 ,,'f
i ,lliring recent months by the effects.of
Ion Of the C Maiiiifacturing and
productl UH increasing to n marked
extent: the cost ol several imported materials surn
t is rlOOn bv more than 40
Of devaluation.
drop in imports from
r than Jamaica (India
0 and Dominica) has been prooor-
tionat.lv even arenter than In the case of Jamaica.
The Memorandum concludes: "There has been
a sharp drop in consumption of Commonwealth
ind cigars (as well as in those of
foreien origin) shire 1947 This is serlousl
mH irm d the Dominions and
Col..nies which depend to a large extent on the
trios* The dron Is rhleflv due to the high
'. suiting from o
l^39 lo ponal
t'K -uffering to the extent ! at
i 15m a year as a result of the redu-ed
wilhdr..

position and avert grave injurv to nrot!
British West Indies,
ii I "'hfi parts of the
Comi B.U.P.
YES! MY DEAR!!
TERRY'S
CHOCOLATES
are sweeter and rhraprr
TERRY'S CHOCOLATES
Plain. Nut and l mil Prppermint. Marsipan. Coffee Nancallit
Genoese Fruit Cream
ae. PER BAR
Terry's Almond Dessert Chocolate
4 OZ. BAR 28e.
Terry'* Devon Milk Chocolate
4 OZ. BAR 29c.
MWSIIII) SIOII ol < O.. LTD.
To The Edit
SIH t Ihe
LUor should it be n.:.
awoit

reflet
for turn
BlKk'
I

requisite (hi a inodorn -

Ihin ;
Mr \
onuilh
Cheap and Ahmitlaiiif Electric Power Y% \ Prime Mover
___ ... n__.__i ** r
flsjauiifi}
dioms
with Attractive
Cartin%
ma*
lli .h|t.*-%
i r.mi our Bli Selection
of CRETONNES and
th. Popular Flowered
PLASTIC SHEETING FOR VOUR SHOWER CCTTAW
DA COSTA & CO., LTD.
DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT
it i
rrj \*>\>\
i
ago.
not app'
Inl Thoro
Com-

..t.4iit heat u i I

ntll the
cost.
r j w
1.,, To The Editor. The /Id
Bd a West
tfaeir n
work win
-access.
Of course, the West Indian
crleketci -. iudi\ iduall> and i
Hall of Fame, but I think
ual t> Enjland khh
will I tOOtl (or
(11 Um won a Test
. ..
i'.tm of
Lcfceten unlll
1 are already
ll from Week.* Wah.iit
.. IUe. Marshall and
whop they bO|
a-d a oreal I
reaped when Jones. Johnson.
llama, Valeniu.
Ramadlun bowl.
the Wet
lumph, fo
! ....



RICHARD CI
Iford."
Uh.it Mr. Uvulhvrhrml Sui.t
To The Editor, The Ad
SIR,Please all...'- m
\ accurate report of what 1 said at
i> meeting in St
Michael relative to Um
in. pay for parochial
1 MTOt with i
Mr. Gale .aid. When X.
made a motion to raise 3u0 for
tlic purpose of paying Mr. Adams
.ate the Par.
vice with a view to com
fabrics, a snomooi of >
"as and suggested that wo
Government. "Thlowoi
not agreed to and S00 was raised
prepared to follow the p
ri^ument thai 1
l
.
in a sil:
Labour Officer, staled (hat eartatn
ployees do similar work to em-
ploygos) ,( wo t <>tu I'mim/i Coo/c/MCOl
SIR.- My brotru
had dance he t -
Podoofcoaa, how
ire profea-
ncketers. pi
w.messes, professional mourn*srs
..
. answer to lil
;^;ee that one biolher workin (
mmonl got bt
, type of work and h:
But what about i
,-liat aDoui
rhu.
U other parish"
* l am saying that -
:


informed."
BRIM | #1 i
Barbados Phare
Broad -

ast group, chosen
lie closed corporation
no Vanglble
i ird but arc paid hi
trot in ihc
itht
* -. ~.ti shaking, smal talk and ex-
i il he knew
.ling -tone gathered no
moot. "V Itui it gats
CON
LETTERS which ore signed with a oom-de-pJun.e. buf tin
ipaniod by the customary bona fides, will bo iy iored.
Many such reach tho Edifov's desk each week, and traders
are aqcln reminded of the necessity for Ihe writer's name
io be ki.own fo the Editor, not tor publication, buf as an
assurance of good faith.
SERVE
THESE
SPECIALS
DURING
LENT
FISH
FISH CAKES in Un
KIPPERS In mis
FROZEN SALMON
COD FILL.:,'
i HERRINGS
SWEETS
MARSH MALLOWS
BARLEY SUGAR
CANADIAN
CHOCOLATE BARS
I VI.E'S GOLDEN SYRUP
CEREALS
BIX __.,
SHREDDED WHEAT
PEP
D OATS
OATMEAL
GRAM NUTS
j a R. ENRICHED a****
SPAGHETTI J^S
MACARONI a CH
I \KC.t Ugfiiut
Phoae GODDARD8 to-day


gjDAl
FEBRl \K\
More Fish
n The Market
Km flT
^. n and
1^^^ -tie amount
iIbbbBbW market ha;; aTeatly
^^^^C of ;he peop.>
js**
a*"-1; 2 r. the ttmti now
'"^p Mffcel
j* .-,,* '*'" clearly Le
B of 8.8:.u
used through
. This was mad- up of
..of living fish. I.3W lbs.
I""! 2(42 lbs. of shark. 333
Ig'Sih.and Mil * of
r D Hinkson, Clerk of the
tTffikt the Advocate
tl people are gettu
I^LpI to the market now
BJpSjee are kecpinc.
St aml ,is'' vmior.
KL that recently very few
2.ere hle to buy nan alone
rii, at the wharf. Tho
ikSutsble I.' at the Wharf
". ~ L to the Market >
|) is being conveved there.
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
PACE nvi:
dS*
rKt
Decisions
Confirmed
Butter Here
Tomorrow
ueE '"'"" """""<0 wlu* !
tlI.r-1. Georges from the ,hl| in.
the Chamber delegate, stand on either side of S
fii// Text of Grenada l^n^ent
Sugar Talks Resolution Unloaded
DKISONs b) n Wewehi,
II Hanschell were- ,.
[Mr ban-
H A Vaughn of the
Hnnschel
,.ed two riM In which
,'carwood hid aecu.eC
Ira Cask" :.,rk. .-.
ol having stolen pocket
ed >2 aad cunulnlng
S34.84, and the other of having
and beaten her The
ttcucc* were committed
bcr 2.
Monou s were of the
pUUW that the caaea had not
been proved.
Yearwood said that after
natde dlipute between Clarke and her-
self they began to light' In th
Mir of the struggle her pocket
book dropped ami Gsskin ran jf.
with it.
CLARKE'S "BLOOD MIXTURE
Cleanse the system Iro'm blocd
impurities ; many sufferers fro.n
rheumatic aches and pains, lumbago,
neuritis, pimples, boils, sores and
minor skin ailments, can derive great
benefit from this well-known medicine.
la LIQUID M riltfl FORM
rOLLK.I
[ar giving
Usj concerts II
fStumed to
RSigColleco. small shipment ol ' ,"c "', "> Tnmdnd Legisla-
te ant conce, was over ,rom Holland, "' " otincil. The various tern-
"iBtrlbut.on followed by ,he -an I * '' cooktn* and^ihu iSiE"!* l0W!:-
f Meg, it mn in n
Q iMctrk.
rvbrdm. II |;
ALL the equipment brought bv
- motor vessel Caracas-' on friday
[^(jSlSr'parksKi MrCh.se attributed the present *2KU. ,i "'
B*cfiSu' School. sh -"Ad.,,
E-\*o heard th. es from Canada e.lHSSJ?.'1*" '...'
?5mllM by Uteii enioru ol 9 Australia
L5i Folk Songs .
L^u. Polk Songs :
ta:.e.......W.TSSS :'
KMCaterpill... fell from .aken to ge,
fair, aiid overt in m-d liIoiiu Ai
r Roiii Ai B lilUm
* Vcr>tute. St. John aim H
fcfencw^ :' thls w
f 'h-anT-"
Esstnated for an injury to p*f the steamer on which the J" % _'^aor.c.G Beaslcy
III knee and
ipcLn-ii brakt -
te.il
(run, the .1": lf lan sugar per
of the Conirolle. after 1952 (when the
gl PEUi'Li. aken to '"at the Au
*ifcIt^MthenS r^uwUbiy ramuMr*-
iiGWrpiUar fell from th,- ln^fy' *M 640.U00 tons 0| |
. I Nil',: ... IL'a. t_JI----
num
the i
butler will be agreement to buy all exiKirtable
ItGwral Hotpital sufTerini " irch.' ..;,, .
jutes after the Central Diflicull coupled with Ihc limitation of total
MS, driven i.;, Cameron "It is my opinion." t.id Mr. B.WJ. exports to 800,000 tons
(j'Bi> '..... i ., amount f 640.1100 torn Is less
kwpoliMii Drug Store at going In make it very difficult fo, tha | exuorls which
Mt toSSfnSSH: f ","' ,,suw < ""I"' ..t 725.000
ml
Iklthwaile ol Deucui tan that the
Kj and Mai i limitation of the
~ irch narket. 640.000 tons
and gla eue at the 's: : fAjntrelli i..... id i ., ,hr
Knerofli. be-en made m bulk and British West |,|,
Serafiii "'". h;i" '
At 'he tniie f Ihe ulmingof II.. ' I...1-. '
a the butter a
rly January, and thi. ......e. ^"H-J? '
dtoehuied. A "Utter was to have been sent' was i"!!, !*' E Rolfe of ,hc Colonial
( tbe guard wall of the :m't Welfare Oran-
' as Secretarv of the
Conftn
pom- riiL- Confemice >
nuderue wai knocked while all supplies uf the
modiiy was exhausted.
ingon. drawing a trailer Realising the unfortuaic
I caterpillar owned by tion
iJ.N. Harrlman
lb; Austin Gill
Koid tt-as travelling
JSS saw a car .,,,, ,. held , L,,do Tl. .
t London Th
i e amounted to a guarantee
Their Honours ,.( the
Court of Appeal Mr. J. W. B
and Mr. H. A. Vaughr
upheld a decision ,,t Mr. II. A
Talma and dismissed a cast
".......-' brought by the iwhce again..
im, !H:.i Airport has Ifahunircl Youaup el Mam Hut
oeen unloadcM and removed Iran Street. St Michael. Yousup wn
l80LVED FOLLOWS: -urm/ Sunday ;k n^ TT^m^'^,
the total umita of perm it tea t-ovenunent crane the engineers S2 2
n^H."!" 'J, 90000 ,on5 'om'';"'dd'chrgingthe,nachln- Mr Ci. H Ad. ms appeared to.
propowd by Hi. Moteity's that same day. Yousup
Oovemment for the British The Caracas" sailed out yetler-
We Indies and British "lay morning for Port-of-Suauv Yousup, a peddling clothe
Oulana as inadequate, but in Trinidad, from where it is exDeet- dMl'r- I""1 "' ***" living II
sympathy with the purposes ed to return to Barbados \y\h B*'*"dM ,or, "' months and
'" "" ""otHer load of ,.,,ln, rv .,' '".V." ':l"h
,,.ii ,n,n r> ,or The ,se lor tha proaacuUe
i id sugar trad.- Maura. J. M. iiainmai, and ce '."''"^ J!^i .1'' 7'D "f1""
is p,,,,, tumberbatch the shirt fo, J4 n,
BrlUan Wo , ----------- The defence held that YOUgU,
Ihow. limli. ....... \|,.,u |7|.,_ a COUW not -peak English Mil
o heuuestion f.h., Fe ,OUr A'** he was offering an, k.thrs .,.
tonna V.,'T. laeprfct
reT.^;, "" '0' W"'C'i F,VUR- m '""> *** was ra of linens I
nrt~! Jt ""'uneratlve jenlly scarce in Harbados, has denied having offered C
v ii ",.C. ^ """-'"'' ^n iteaoily nowing into the batch to sell bin the
..ajestys Government Island in large shipments withn, <4 00.
this Confere! .,. past seven or eight days
'hat the limitation of inch Yesterday a shipment of 8415 ""~-----------------
tonnage to (HO.OOO tons. ., bags-5,415 bags from Vancouver rilils. Ili.-^ Su.l.l.i, I,
figure substantially less than and S.OOO bags from San Francisco ljI,,ll "" s ~"<>l< Hl>
the cuirent exports of the arrived by Steamship "Met-
area, must gravely prejudice macrey " A sixteen-month old child die.
hot oi.l. Meagre. OeaMrel Traders Ltd suddenly on Friday last wlub
British West Indies and Mi,tish were consignees of 6000 bags of ''* mother. Daphne
but also the relations the supply while Messrs Harold "' """"'ck. was taking it to Or
between His Majesty*! il,iv- Proverbs and fo. were importers w- M**"*" I'M" "f *"
emment and Hi, Majesty'i of the remainder Joseph, for
loyal subjects m Ihi n The "Mormacrry" also brought '"almcnt
and recommends thai th.- an ample sui.plv of canned _____
quota to be guaranteed affair salmon.
152 should at least be such Tin : ates under the
"* '. "J" Moore MoCormack lines for whom
1 and i iinro.l.td. The loouiry into the death
aHea ana
West
INQUIRY ADJOURNED
t^JJiJ? "P0"5 ^t1" :^al representatives. Ship:. Allan Niles a tail:
make occasional eall-;
725.000 tons. of this lim
That this Confeiei. .
mindful o| the gran
quefhcw t.i a failure <.f ;h
licgotiatiuiis between Hi
W CALLING hereyestord..
JUS! '"-on rrora 81 LuS was the
Fruit Gomefl
Christ <'hurch, who died
i. spital on Janu-
ary 23 was adjourned
until March 8 by Mr. E. A Mr
I let "A".
IN OUR I IMS DFPI.
GLASS TOWELS. 77c. each
K1TC11KN TOWELS. 18c., 74c.. and 78c. each
DAMASK NAPKINS, Mc. each
I1UCK TOWELUNO in White, Gold. Green. Blue and
Rose at 70c. and Sic. per yd.
i ELLOW COTTON Dl'STERS 26c. and Mc. each
C. F. HARRISON
& Co.. (B'dos) Ltd.
DIAL 2664
mm
qiiai.-orl,. supplies almost u, one llovernmerr ;,,|cs ',
IWM of a quontllj ol shipment. Tnc
feiepslakc This will probably result II
I "porutl b lllli; to .
^Chapman, Lan ,
*? CT "-'"' n n,I reon
ftrtouS-,"" '"re '"< "oeofia.io
HKis laxen. f lnt, butler from A K W 1 S \ uimv -' m,
M1-denl-"f' :ecided tolSmmUS
i '.v. ti liai
arned thai the deb
,. should consist of olevi
I think that it woui-.

Qovenunsai
a) to receive in Lonuun ..
delegation repffCMi
of the peoples >l Hi
Brltlah West Indies and
British (iuiatm can
of members of 11
tures and represeiu.-iti\t
of labour in thf
industry It
negotiations are
and
2f> YEARS AGO
Lady .it.y" whleri
brought fresh fruit, cocoanuts.
eoeoanut oil. charcoal, firewood (sMuTDftdoft Advocate. Fehm
and .1 motor
Mr. D. L. Johnso.. is agent
Case Dismissed
in
A case brought agai
Small ol
ary 28. 1925)
Before the business of the Coin
of Ordinary was entered upu.
'osterday, Mr. ii W in-
ctfag Attorney Geiieml. Intro
mm duceti lo H Hon..it: Sn Hsjrtx
hIS G"'"^- Kt. CMM Jin
Frank Reece. barrister
ho was called at the Bi
Bnl .it the mlludiu tion. \i n> Mi
H A Vaughn It wasa ,;,, H,,!,,.,, A,iam,
M Mr. H A. Talma ,e, at-law II. |.
." *'''"** J Sarje.nl. W. S. Patterson and W
aaj wffered
___Jwepti. He reported that
I boards valued S6.00 were
awn his bom
ODSatun: ;, Miua.m.
U follow-;
imii-h more to the interest of the A K.L.M, Charter Flighi on
timer if we had b#es) Lull ol C P i M la I
GRAM ntlnue to get our butter sup- Janutlct and Trinidad2 each. arrived .it Oaawsj] a: I 55 j> m
WwChur.h. rep. from Canada. ( AnUgua. St. Kills. St. Lucia- yesterday bringing seven pessen- carrying out Olhis
I(e>-irtDj\ \J i i _ ~" '
tneultur.i! fork
'JWnesdav last. It was the
mRidge Plantation.
ACCUJtNT occurred on
W Busby, M Braniao. V
Three Months For ^^STfiroX g
Bustamante of Jamaica and Mr months' vacation^
40 p.m. fo.
afterwards returned
of time for den ,
yond March M
t.iis to be done. ...... ^ tr,e.nt. W. S. Parier^n and
I.. II. Adams represented st. C. Hiitchinson.
Saniury I'r,- ntai,,,,, f Special Prize
Its to Small in the
pector but Small was of oilered in connection with th i
'n Annual Industrial Esl
I last year were presented
worreii saut ut ., i0 ihetr napeetlve wtnnen at the
ened to kill htm il h. return axial Hall by HI
s home. Since then in th. K r M i;
of the Agricultural
K.L.M. Planv
Brings Seven
MAWt.w ,iii ^-g ! . Bustamante of Jamaica and Mi. months' upad,,,,
Bjaai Road. St. 1-e.e, M'Ullllg^UgUr-Cuile <;,.,es of Trinidad should be The plane ion it 2
fiif0 ""' Xrv milli r 1R ,,, m''m,bc 0( " delegation an.l St. Lucia and alterwi
aettr car A-23. owned .f' ^ JBatM ,jld form a standing Commit- o Curacao.
by E !< .th ]' lessor Beasley as con- .
Bantation, St. need to three moriti. ,, ,0 rnrr tonui ,hcse ..
BW '" Albertha pnsonment with hard labour ,mendallon!.
II A-rsliip Mr.
1 f The Conference also OOal
*- She waa alter- "" " <""" posal by the Coloni...
J*"" S! ''' '' *"" "'"' 'i S1i'fj 2 " Brittall Honduras should re-
she was detained. mowing on the lands "f the I UK ,,.. a of 25mq ,on! ,, o)
/.,.. -I .- orootise I IIIVISA din.-..
,J*llnNS of Belair. s: Th Col creic. noted^h
pasja, reported "*-* 1
told the court, he had to be ac-
cinipanled by a fellow Inspector
Their Honours felt that Small
had been in some degre.
the ease. They, howevi
warned Small against threaten-
ing Worrell.

cuniv.ir a aeoeuo o. NABTINI i ROSSI
...live Con,,,,.:;. I ;|cod, 0( Br|1|!h Honduras
ooage and 35 holes *<>
KTow,'Ug3on"h,1 '"Mr H. Kirton Mid he was ? f*JSTEi bi
ld.rn.ged during Bun ,i,fUl".bl!.f? . .?.
ade for this purpose but r-
aml lour fowls valued the polio, who arrived ,.i feim of a separate quota, c
Bap 4iii,-searched the field and i..s that the ,,
de for this purpose but in the
on the
sugai
* Lower Cariion, the man. production In British Hondura
[She stated that the When asked bv the police whnl had entered at no stage into thi
taken from het yard he was doing In the Held IK bi'-'iit series of negotlat,
pwaa.v night. Febiii.,1 ,.1,1 then, tb./ the offer to RW.IS.A. hae
"""i |i Inokine. for a man named Lloyd been made
I.niton.
Utah,-";,?,",: !
Mmi lall Hoad. st ,.
^F if Jti. jn, on Satur- __________-------
""" '-'" lorry
pg" l'> V G Tuckei
11"'
^PanceHall. st Lucv.
K
C *" mull
paar-
Si\ Months For
Stealing \ ests
The Conference was character'
ised by a striking unai..
eei
The toUt ',yl of 111
main resolution of il I
WHsuU .s Tins Conference o'
rnmen s ana peoples of Antlgu.
BBWfoTrot., s:. u..." ..\V----' . V. .. 'inn.en s ana peoples ol Anligu
KoS"', Hrltlah Oulana.
IJT^ 'siovo tnat h i .1 imtu-isonmenl u: ban al, k,i ... t-.... .-. ... iZ ... .,
aaaWTT^ '" """ 1I>D-" st Kilts St Lucia St Vmeer
'C .''.' *l*0<1 and Trn'ldad. cannot e'i '
* p.antation and thi :, .dine one dozct '. .......

he offer made by His Majesty*
' $l000 "nd Govemn
he property ol Wdliam Fowrty J^^Su^ar"^
nuTy 2li .950 i. a fulfilment 0
valued J.1I1I The oil) M-"C,'y,*f,"V
, i of 10th August. 194U. o
, i, -_______________ that it is commensurate with th
,e ,. ., ,vc of the peoples of the Brltis'
lllee 15a. IN 14 DAYS West Indies and British Cuian.
SU'
hls.

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mi- a* remrif. i .....
th'a now for the first time and at th<
-okes of Lightfoot Lane attention In Joint consultation e
NtRork^i x TmUnst ^credited repraaenulives of th-
gproperiv ': Governments and people
ftUrt-., lanjtuage near Roebuck Street on British Wast Indie
Haa d occurr*J 01i -Febru. Guiana
"*d at about
MIRIt'LE Hormone Skin (ream
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sagged. Une and wrinkled to that of youthful beauty and
resilience. In addition this remarkable cream eliminates skin
crupUons and has been found to cure long-standing cases of
' > disfiguring skin disorders.
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PRICE 25 PER JAR
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PAG! SIX
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Specially designed for Barbados, this
Black Patent Oxford is now on show in
leading stores. See them for yourself.
made by
JOHN WHITE
means made just right
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It looks new
because it's always
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Lux washing means extra life
for clothes because L ux
washes so gently. Silks,
rayons, woollens ... all are
safe in the mild Lux
lather and can be washed
perfectly even in cold
walcr.
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Carr's Biscuits are
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ments.
. in
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Cift Shoo, elllru( off mnaln-
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lUrbadoa hold. it. A|u.,.al Qtfwi |
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a. thr SviuuKiguo
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PMMM Kail-
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Man Real*. Edward Mayan
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on. \irain. SW.HP..II siu,n Tmnmn
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" written ordei
WORD RROWNF..
Black Reaa,
St Peteil
PAJirgj, or gT rtTrn
TaBOJCRS will bo received by Ihi
.iWci-.g.cd up to March Hh at 10 a m
'li Por the aupply ol r\aH Milk li
the Almabouae. milk lo
In bulk.
,i'.AmmMS*",*',Wt ''
'3i Par lha tajMly of Medicine mv
nrufta to the Almahoxug and h
outdoor |*u#er.
'4i Por *ha aonvaaance of naupeti
(ai "o and fin. the AlmAou.. u
ind from any .-art of the net, '
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BARBAI.OS ADVOCATE
hi >i>\v. uniti arv 2k. nj.
W.L Teams In England 190039
. u?u T^Mto l*>*m tn Enflia.'d i n ^^^^^mm m '** e.w.%.
;,.) must at once eta.
wtantheflr*
England It is interesting '
d,an cricket history and discover spit
the weld and She blazed a trad no,, HUM)
,olMw*by.hecnt',,-
I Ihsl prior to thf visit of Mr
! as' team in I89-i lb
1 Indies were then qu '
tish portnntn TWi .:*
I
IrkUti txtri i>> Lord i
Champions
By Scorecanl
u
Tni-ns arCQl really too bad wilhi
days, except that it'
... so vou can't tell a cham-
the old standy scor.--
. ard
N tlonal Boxing Board
has It that Euard
Char.e. la the rule, supreme of
I
n and Jack R
lanl so.
is the loqiiji
who manaaaxi Jack- Dmpac3 '"|I
Micxi'v Walker in that!
He also Is the fellow who
renllv on hi* way back ti
country with his new ch.i
Joey Maxim
i I
land.O.. lad with boxing absllt,
powde puff
i Mills In London I,
Teeth And Title
i
" o"
uood ship Queen Mary
bound lor home with the
Kearns said his boy will moi
won.'
Woodcock llnht lor the "Heavy-
Maxim 1 claim Dm world
liUhlh.'iuyweiahl litle and the
white heavywemhl
boy i'
lieavu i v" '
Er/ar,!
The record I
1
But K'
"It the National B
1IM v *l. then 1 I
tor that title.
that nc*
wlllim l" wait until Maxim 0>-
,hcr Savol.l
before claiming Joe LOUl
Kearns (eels that a n
Charle- wouU.....
for M.i
boxn '"'"1 ""
boy." he declared.
Number On*
-aid Louis ah
mart and njtlt Maxim
for !''
"I re."
one rontender >*.,,
boxing against such .1 lUlfa '<
would be a greni match I" '"" -
avoid aa I
meet- J"d"
ajosor, n bei If Savoid
win* Kearni and s
,ng IX""! o<
new rule uermittir..
To be sure. Charle,
in, Idle
uu BllnBlO, r*
li wax < 'his thai
cricket hud made so gi-
that a caiefullv cMtBi *'<
aning a
Hood account 0.
ted n th-
,-isil of the ftrsi West In
nd m 1900
ISO.)

n M Ifltdad IB Jannai i

rrinldarx
ton, O C
rmond and Burton (Bntu
! I. Co-, W
Qoodmaa and F HIM
.Barbados) L S DAdc I. S
(Trim-
nd O. L
.< (Jamaica) W H
Tisnnn (Grenada). C A 0)11
I
Inl t" lb
Hit 'T
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hould >>


I
.-p'inflinKly
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A Almana
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I will begin riKht I
he Amen.




the pro-
think thj:
he ludgment I have g.v
Firpo Seal
Dempso\
Out of Ring
BUENOS ARIES. Feb 2~
Luis Angel Kirpo still contends
LtOttld have been crowneit
(ig'nt champion o4
nat memorable day at New
York in 1923 Firpo's hectic bat-
tlfj with Jack Dcmpsey was voted
The last 50 years. He now is busy
piling up a $4,000,000 forAine as
tn Argentine o.m.p baron.
l>mp:cv was outside the rlna
..'ids by ih* force of my
Firpo said in recalling the
nht In the iveond rowd Demp-
rv k-incked Firpo out to retain
; Mr titleCan Press.
CHECK ZEPHYRS
Men mi
drawn and einht lost
ring in mind ..I
.-urmtances and th<
M a ver>
>redi table
At first the tour lookr-i Vtf}
JACK GRANT ROLF <
With regard to the T<
land won all three The first they
won at Lord's by an innings and
At first tne lour loonen verv i <* * j -< .>.
much like Mdlni "> failure -JS8 runs, the second at Manches-
..- but f.M rn
nadt by such a bad start.
the team improve! day aTter day.
and at the -id ir the
ial ;<> flrtl class cricket.
I0M
KM
IC5 not out and Wally Hammond
138 In the second innings. The
West Indies took tlrst Innings
honours with 498 to which K II
ntrlbutad 137 top score
And so the 1950 West Indies
;eam wilL pay the seventh vUil
of such a team to the shores of
EniUnd. They leave the West
Indies fully conscious of the high
hv an Innings and 30 runs
id the Ibird at the Oval by an
inngs and 71 runs
The- West Indies paid their fifth
visit ti England in 1933 under the
captaincy of r. C IJacklel Grant Indies fully conscious oi ine man
wo Tests but drew the honour and heavy responsibility
I aajand won the first that rest upon them as ambassa-
Test at Lord's by an Innings and dors of their countrymen who
... | J1 nun hieflv due to the devas- must leave behind a reputation
.,.:,.. oowli | ,,-y plaraxl the ame M good
. , one inning, ert*jr.. a r a u .
i Q Auvtin Tn fe\l llrnwn
..ven. It ten and drew 2 J- j ] ,,. ScCwbu

hen DO baton I lead of
C. Ah. Mrmle run on first innings
i 1.000 run m
tnl t 'tallii
the highest Individual
883 run na*. I
Gaorfi Chalhmor u -red 1,01'
jrtga, LSt
I.0U in 35 inmiiRs. s 0 tain
1.007 in 37 innings S li a cost Ol
tuna that
1
r.c this
fail To Moos
- i A 1.0. 28.

Aaaarkan
Bloem '
-
m th.
M.ala 111 34 mm*.
33 - _,Re,Ur
Mexican Won
Swimming Event
M
Albert*
..! Ameiii.ir
.,1 Mexi-

il. cored 511
MagIron mai
De l
Italian Tiuhb
British Champ
TONIGHT

bantomweijtli: bOMT, I
i lulllvan, Bi I
I chainpion .
Stadium
-mids, will

Utle
I
1 .glish appeal-i '
; twelve monl
i

pun. hing and toughness.






-Men '
'
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'

: it >tns" ..... .......-. --------
(; .i.;. Hi -''li--. ......-i 168 not
innings
171 wl '
accompUah inn 7 (or sa.
: i> n JardliM aoorad 127 out ol
England's 37s and E A Martin-
dala dismissed half the team for
7:1
England won the Third Test at
. 0\ an Innings and 17
runs Thanks to a fine Innings
of 107 by A H Bake.vell. depu-
-or Sutclifle. England put
..!> 312 lit their tlrst innings to
.... ii.i_i ,1.11 i_|wnleh the West II
Then .Jliie the thl-d \lslt to . .
..n.land the lamou. 1M3 ..' | , .,!, m again
hel.l... Mjokw-I lBltm,
tamed the team. This <'>"'- Kn8lari , ,939 constltut.-l
regarded by many a. the beat Th dld cr,mpart. <
team that the el Indies have "" r { ,J ,h|_ ..
.,., ,.iu...i in.- oi .>/.i | durlni tha tour. Tha
ilataa, .... 13. lost 'no ., Tesl hv ,hl wickets at
drev. II,,.- .;" J" iah HSolaj I
. I matrhe, ola.rd bl the JJJjn ( "JJJJ n( ^ ,he flrB
nialarIK wan nrst claaa. nck,
innlnga ol a Test match a'.
career He scored Lord'l BBtj lha NCOBd to score
1,,-luding eight cen- separate hundreds in a lest
la and
---------._ a>-^..a .....K a. n 192t--a anu.
The West Indies score,! 2.....M
215 as against 404 for 5 wkta. de-
clared, ILen llutton IM and
I-enia Comptnn I2HI and 100 for
-,-t.-
oiid Test at M
was drawn. England scoring m*
. wickets declared and IM tor
, .i lha Waal I"*" I'3 and
1 Bowaa gave the West
Indian batsmen much trouble
-,- unng a bag of for 33 in the
first iniiiiigs and playing the
maid part in giving England the
rat nmlna
Fair Stays
In Li.K.
ioik a/iffM
(i.i it
g -,-> Fan. (otmei British
uf 375 while James Lanarldge t.-. :,t champion, and now
rihton business man. oenieii
raport from Sydney. Aus-
...ua. that he ,s making inquiries
about emigrating there with hi,
wife and three children, tarr i,
reported to have writt?n to a rela-
Utay aaklng him to look
around lor an hotel for him to
l.uv
To-day Farr said he had never
heard of the man mentioned,
cuu... "...j Anyhow he had no intention ol
195 having I irav|ng Brighton
London Express Service.
Dominica Draws Match
With H.M.S. "Glasfow"
DOMINICA. Feb 27
The island drew two all in Foot-
I v s
'lent o(
HUM,
pult.r.is M
I'er vtl........ "
dress ran*.,
:!B" wide. Per ,! aw
PYJAMA snT|vri
a larue range
:iC" i,l.-.
Per yd. B4e. 4 j^
:il" wide, per yd. m,
JOHNNY H-ADCLjtll
In White, 1-ink. ;JV,
C.reen,
Ilelio
Sax.
:'li \%itle. I'er vd.
:
aa
CAVFSHEPH[RO&Co.,ttd
10, II, 12 A 13. BROAD Smut
Barbados Amalt-ur
Boxinj \>siinalin
Patron His ticilttacy Th*
Governor
SCHOOL BOYS &
MIVKES CHAMPION-
SHIP TOURNAMENT.
(It ' a-ai
Viltand with ai.
I aggregate of 1,556 includi'
with an average (
86 runs Hendrrn M
,: placed above him.
Francis wi
j th H-t Iheir hundrei
I smar lak'nn 10:
.! ,. st i>f 15 34 nm:
rttar ino srtckal
each
Taal siauis
28 uiuKv
! K IS


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, ...wi Kivr mam-
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| I. Marltn of
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..... i n I'uihi.ii'in.'
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te: In 48 li
rompw
I ..... ,: 116
1.54
H C Grifl
U tt run
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