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ru.i i IGfll BARRA.X.N \J)\" \ll WM>NrM>VV, MARtUR im Two Fillies Rfeel Wilh Top \\ rights flllle%  -mansion. of racing. %  %  It* I' Ptp. V. i ceppr I the abovr iv v oiletun i While to Pharos and Mounl OMy will i-oncvde no len a lbs. Tre distance is ol lui and should produce a good lest of speed between all concerned. In class iour-vrar-o!dR. H. Ma>ers' bis browo CTldint PDBtfcrli tes. ana will b. Eiv.riR %  : %  .• %  •eight all row furlor.i. i be Joint Comn^d who wUlhavo -.„^ Midd t Schools Obstacle Race at the CodrinKlon High School sports yesterday, these Fan,? S5S M %  locket" c?n .r of their hands tied la their left foot tried in vain to bite the buns on the string. ounS r ,o tt c'a eh'M.n'uT:' m however proved to be '-hard -^ey were allowed to use their hands. Th.s event espe,11, brought roar* of laughter from the spectators. ^ Postscript. othei handicap pubb %  for the Half Bred < I only where Silk Plant and Mopf>> %  weight to thi ana i %  nil II HI. HANDU *M Tenth Rare—BrldseUwn llan F ft Lower <3 V.O.) GUILTY OF UTTERING FORGED NOTE SENTENCE on tf^j£S*3 SSSS^l im of GranS Sessions tling -> after more ihiin lioaralion. lounr! foie.l payment of II U" olBarSeniencp Postponed His Honour the Acting Chiet Jukiirc Mr. G L Taylor also poned sentence on Wilfred on'hrtMlT'of'uie CrWn.'KIn* was young of Salisbury. S. GeorT MIA Copoin Government lorgery, utttrinn a forged noeunalt >akl that on February I man! and obtaining goods By %  i— rontnin.nrgtd order Young war unrepreM-iil.-d. MKion of M B. Bourne. Legal DVMUVHanugi King gull Uni n '" !,., UM Vteued by the Govemmen ol BJ knowing it to be forged M E. Bourne prosecuted hV-receivedTan envelope contain,ored order ,'g ifri. note He examined the v,..,„. .*. : note and found the impression of „ „,.„, sheets of tissue paP". p.c^ecuteo mid from I genuine Jl 00 note. than stuck together DIANA HAWKINS SENIOR CHAMPION AT CHS. SPORTS Barbados vs H.M.S. "Glasgow" This Afternoon Krst in the witness -1:111(1 WSB P':"7 Barrow, .i shopkeeper of Taiit Hill. St. George He said Ihi.t oil Keturrt £.W a domestic rOctober 10 last. Young brought CuHoden Mid that on n^te to him saying that Goulshe was bcurne Niles had sent him. He Ash and (clivered cigarettes and other to the value of SI 18. to la%. 117 HW 121 1. Watercress 2 Brown Girl 3. Mountbatten iror I' ;> Cou*ton 6 Uowmansloii [* %  7. PereverrHr l 8. Apollo ;:,i tlr\rnUi Kaer— ^ hel.rj lUndleap | v ier <4 V.O A over) Ik*. .. 11? .. 119 TOTtl v.ill be R Water Polo match this afternoon at 4.45 o'clock .it the Barbados Aquatie Club between a local side and one from Tango Joint Command hip Itf Facetious Gavotte Vixen Minuette %  OVER one hundred relatives and friends of the pupils rrf r.lrinL't Z Only Silk PUnl MaUime %  II. 13o 125 112 101 Those taking part were i ,,.: Senior They wenand Spoon r%  Faces. Wheelbarrow Races. Sac* .ind three legged token n* .;-. were very novel --eluded eating buns ring, tying one-foot and hand and running a short d many other %  the winning pole came ^ht. . .. %  idre> Kirton % %  %  %  %  ins. There was also %  tins had i vtn as lughter Gail. %  %  • %  %  to bet hough she ran ver\,-.< %  event i/nbeth Jones otiM outsiHr evct.* Hind* was ir.ee amnni the I^xlge I %  to many nf tne Lodtv the scales at~14.'. ">8 to . n .. l t***J* be in tfci pink > U*BkVi Kt'imi*' Srainaii Uutpoint^ kid HIIHIH NEAKLY 88)8 U.xing fans aaw Ki rowana into the ring at il Isritton's HU1 last night i" outpoint Kill ."'%  BgM ing ten i' included ng Seaman i i At Ibi %  "ind In nan bin nf the boys atMi M Maud. I 1 %  1./1* and %  reeow wart i %  ... tnneti Mike Poe\ the Rirls Tot. %  %  any a nockoul booe. fllW i rug ten: I-. \*ll— Jl-r < %  ,-. t Mihs-HIMIf -.l-i %  H..\*il < tun-i \i" -< iioni (-Urkr. i MI IND SPOON N *i • Jlnloi VIMIt-l-i .1 MacK.ntv.n. Ind D :..| J Tiurvl. Se>l.r—Ui C lrt^cKinm,... Jnd A MIIUII 3M %  cum MM.II II Ml' I %  •>)•'— %  ( P llajlry. Jnd Pal B*yI-. and K Edsnill 'ti<" -IWlHi j ft. c mi i WMI--I-' M..,h Ind A Kir Km I'd I' NfWtM n--Mtel. |.l J. M %  II Pn-rrr: Kn'.on \< I I I M 1 lanUr—1't Pessv B*Mr> Ind J mil, i>rt K :.i. MMidVf— i.i D Wptomi :ri A d H •• % %  Ut—lt C MscKmnon. Ind r %  I | M i. BACS Jaal-r—l-i rri\ Bay lay; Ind P Wiavi-—til A Kition Ind M Baal %  rtfalor— 111 and Ind D. IlavkmA .; k Miichall Hl*> I IIM, Jl Hiluatar — l*l PWH9 Ba%Wy; Ind E Mal. M II M 7 im.i J Roy**; sai %  in M Lkodi I) NU I ju.iar. . M>4Jl I \ T I 1 2nd Bovrll A J B Bint J Ma. K -.„,.., 1,.1 II HOI -I BI I \% jaaia* la DIM s.v. %  %  atalM in Anaiar. >d SBNfM Boi -. KI II i i %  Satalv. .•'.. 2.ul %  M NIOB H..i -I SI'i I M %  I :',, lad An-las B- Patterson (Capt). T Yearwood. H. rortello. C, Foster. D. BknnMar, Reserves : Charles Evelyn and Harold Bynoe. NBVT At Football A Combined Sportan-Empin n will oppose a team from the il MS Glasgow at Kensington in a Football match thi? afternoon vant of January 28 this year filing black Puddlnf. ---Tlsh lUwToread balance of 81.18. She next g-ive him a nsn arw bread and he handed hei $1 Ot NjlM y,^ came to hjm an( M note. She gave him 3/8 in change shi ,. A .,. d Niles lwo ot(ioT ., ()|U (lll from her pocket and looked in $ 17 UI1(J ^ e ^^ for j, lfl bu her tray to give him the remain_ NUes deiue( i sending the $1.16 iler at the change. orden. King told her to give the re(living evidence next Ooulmainder of the change to hei Ifilaa explained how he daughter Peggy. She then looked mploved Ycung. He laid that he at the $1.00 note and 'aw that had never given YOUHR permission it did not appear to be genuine to take goods in hb name from She called after King but he ran H awa> L Sgt Howard of the I> strict She uut the $1 00 note in her B' Station told how Niles mode a and took it home. The report to the Ration He made to the %  nvtjgtigaitona and Young wag Hostile Bowling Was Australia's Trump Card PORT EUZABETH. March : Lindsay Hassett and Dudie> Nourse, captains of the Australian and South African Tes: Teams respectively, agreed in an interview here on the basic reasons for Australia's overwhelmins victories In the T.-it series jusi Ausiiulia won four ol the Tests and the other was drawn They deeiucc ilvit the salient points In the AuitnUau' favoui ..ere their greater expe •heir ability to draw on a vanet> of bowlers who were hofctile even on good wickets. —Renter Panamanian \\ ins ^ rcstling Title pUATUAlaA. Mrch 7 L mBdisatn .... Real | in QfdLMa Other UT %  winnerv .. ,\> Jose Albnatu Middle—Eduui ICO). H % %  (Cub*. (Ouatemavla). „ i —KruU-r pocket next morning she went Brltton'a HUl Police Post and reported the matter. She received certain instructions from llf* Police and kept the $1 00 She later saw King in Mr saniy Lane and gave him into Maraallenta %  speculator of Wi'llington Street, sad that on January 28 she was sitting bv a friend's residence in gton Street. She was sellinn mapefruit King told heithai ha wanted to buy two graperrested. He later made a statement At this stage the case for the prosecution closed and Young, giving evidence on his behalf, sad that he worked with Salisbury. When he went there Niles gave him a room, saucepan and) stove. N'iles then told limi lhat ;myth ng he wanted he could take from Barrow's shop. On Saturday they would sit in the room and ci unt up and Niles would take out the money owed to him He fur., ther stated that Niles had sent fruit, she gave him the grapelru.i him for the goods and he gave her a $1 note ( His Honour next summed up and She told him that the $1 did not ,, e Jurv returned their verdict Pretty and Practic.il / Prints DRUM PklNTS :MT WM P W ,J lie..:*.. 8ic,Mc. PRINTED CA;H:K1C 33" wi4 i'er yd 0 P.r vrl ; g; PRINT'' • INGERII(o. Nlrkl*, .11 1'vj^inn Suits 31" wide e y kept CiivHan on his guard. rst three . aifht. took leav< the fourth S.K! hit Gavilan local ring lavt night ;i. |arrini bin wvvrtJ. tfanM i wilh well -lined leftGavilan Jack Dick in luB.G light-heevj winning the lasi three rounds] Kid John in tin j ... ^aied 148ft M :nt fight ut the Yankei jajji ftruler SUdium. The Weather TO- AY M Kises B.1I a.m. M i Betsu *.il P. Mi*n il.ast Quarlert Mar.h It. UgMiatf. 6.3* p.m. Huh Wlftgffl B*. *m7.W t ItUDAV i;..iut..H (todrimtonl NU. ToUl lor Month ta Yesterd.j: S4 In. I. mpi-i jluir M iv I H*.5 "F. Trn pruturr i Min I 11.5 *Y. \Mi .1 PUH.S— *!• a in i I bN. (I p.m. l I: Wlrd Velocity: 17 miles prr hour. HJI %  imrler: t a.m.) tt.ni. n ml 29 tit II. Il.l I'rituratmnir i T-.i\. l.ta Sea Lta.sa.stS 1 Cnoka. iitalaiitHti in L.'i-i i .i 10 a m I'mdv. i l a < % %  .. H E Tt.* PW* Krpublk; Hwrvwe-r Ami.npaaw. S J m Cloet' Do* %  1 \i p m. huauc (or i\urlii I i..j p.m s>iiri Jtr** na> N -^. i '" p 1 \b V Ml -\ on the K-. v t.raind Hulal. ft u %  •• p IM Ifcxrw Nf-a'a rroft. Brtasin, *U Oaamid rharrj SpamkinS. • p.m It p m latinl -iid U" orij IS JO p m Allsa Qrsn 10 43 p i ....Uta'r ol faarop*. 11 .oufhriil vigour snd powor : Sealy a tray and; 45*1*-— ^he did not tell him anything about 'he $1 note he gave hei — His Honour summed up and the a^^—— !" --^-^ d,d notell him anything about j \2&~gfff£*Z a l $1 note he gmV hei u>d la sow dlslrlbutad fc I?. U^-iir ainmmMl UO and the llalg|a*a|rsrSlt4oIag.U.ta. I -liuUi ana power, hia guntuUnc. naw slaa* and vliour aallad Vl-fsbs. la u*rs.nle*a. It D BrOVSd by thoua.mli In Amaru a Jury, lter returned their Itiirumist Put On Bond : iken into < %  ,.,i wliut was urged by your. 1 1 1 .,-., aed^ uu>t mitltd. thin hrough lgno:;i tbamlaia hr* ',.,11 nr Baspea 1 u tafll lull "f vlconr aAd stMrgy sad from 10 to 2 yam vouncar, or TOV raawal)' ralurn ino amply Mckatn sat CM year monay bsck. A -p— ^ START iT-i^^, I ._-. By Jimmy Hado ..fi?NTiL LATE SUNDAV-WHEN TWEV vv^RE LEAVING,THAT IS-THENTHEV COULPNT PUT THE CWRN THIN(3 OUT/ SuTTHOLLERlN'! ~&. AN0BRIN6METHE]!, FlREKTlN60ISHEH.^ COT OF THi CAR! I & HAYNES CO, IA :_. HaroVOT D* HIGH CLASS .: .n^i-^a^ WOOLLENS WORSTEDS CASHMERES FOR MEN AND WOMEN AT C. B. RICE & Co. OF BOLTON LANE



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TT ffEPNF-SDAV. MARCH K. last) Government Presents Housekeeping Estimates BARBADOS ADVOCATE f from paf I -*. a***aKBtUT* we would be lit '. %  : % %  *" '^uvernmenl.. intention, he -J.I ,..*: ih.. Government %  Tl ^JJ ihat Ihe l.oveinmenl %  f practically of the same ^Mon as regards luxation as Clliey became a government. 2C Government completely Jacategoricalb repudiates Spoethat you th. pne uw • %  ••Ior i_, turrent i \pi-ndituiT for i "^.Sar vear Tin. jtl* year. This 7 MI* elected ajtBHC & I J2were elected and have been Sinuied by tho elector, ot ITrelonv on the pr.mise of the •L-d of distributing national 'HP bv means of taxation. Not ^J, sake of radittri wtor carrying ZL of social reform that have Z nel cted '"' S centuries. _jl services —i ibution. M for carrying ZL of social reform that have gagfl*et on the basis where the SS ^' d h h r !" 'hey could increase t. Uon or SS^ahSS %  ">• •*" sourS ""> nould wa n f !" .J?} now for at least, to his knowledge four years. They were hoplr?,' that this survey would be pro? r^~ d n a '"• 'rom it thev would ^^L!^ r *" ulr more taxation from an aproprl.t. s „ urcf lo „r ; o*7r^ WhiCh WOUld >* bte io pros tier it. B'dosWelcome BARBADIAN IS FATHER i rincess Alice OF SIAMESE TWINS PAGE THREE .M., • r^ • %  "•** 1 S" n ?<< '0 catch a fleeting gUmpae of the Princess bmnlT '""* n:,Wn < rum •"•"> ,d "VS n h ' '"" • %  *< Sinn, J ""!" "' now '" * "rung on rtrw alon ,„„„ electric poles. The people looked from their! "mdows and there was an atmosPhere of gaiety about everybody The joung women ot the Girls' %  Mustrlal Unio,, „ owdM "g SSSSZ "'""" "•-"-"' %  ''j Two squads of Police, marched up Constitute and ^Im^T^o delS ned UP • lon ** fl ?i? J 44 1 ? pJn m numbers wSc •wked through the Park rails ha*, reached many hundreds Boy* !" h Up IMr p< ts in th '*> nerhangmg the road. They must miss nothing (Barbados Advocate Correspondent) c . ,. PORT-OF-SPAIN. March 7 Siamese twins, believed to be the first in Trinidad" were born to RtU and Reginald Lovell in Port-of^Pa'" at the Colonial Hospital on Monday morninK. fL P* mother is reported to be a bit ^reak•^ but the babies ,both .&rto) joined by the thorax and abdomen are normal in every respect and are doingwell The mother and father are both -4 yean old. I fBjrtBC HK %  —%  -—~-j ———>s>ni fclj those accumulations out _^U proportion to the average gaggBaf) of members of the com^jwemment were not backing M from that, but equaUy, O^^nment were sa>1ng to the gome this year, we have not Hi bad, as we had hoped we .jgjjrj Have had, a complete iis(tl airrey from Professor Beasjf f sod until that time comes, H a better for us to carry out tjjrat things to which we are (gamitted, and if I may quote Dm unfortunate phrase: 'wait %  ristV" ,ijttr referring in some more anil to some other figures In tjj. (ftlmates, Mr. Adorns said that as hon. members had seen, Onarament intended to maintan subsidisation at the same UK, ts last year They did not haw as time went on. what aaa, be the effect of devaluaaav ind it might be necessary ftkc} stuck to the principal of fltBd-'aticn at present prices to aa> to the House for a supple* aBMry Resoluton for increased If there was one criticism he o^JJ".!!,"" J T "" f""""' would like to make ,. "£ that S !" I^ .i""!"' l,nM ::=— >£ %  " Z" waTcd-for hU ?hVTee ,,„ a B moment when she would pass (very face showed a touch of (unosity. Soon after 5 o'clock the tension or the people became acute By Uie sudden stir all knew that It was only a matter of minutes before the Prlncets would pass by the ParR. The murmuring rose to a high Pitch and then cheer upon cheer rang through the air as the smiling Princess, escorted by nine mounted Police, glided past. The huge crowd, now well over a thousand, turned away from the rails. They had waited over an hour for that moment and it was %  one. Wh„„ I" f0rw rd or backward. JZ. i'^V* "P ,hc Estate.. the first thing they saw was a static budget which the Government had tried to explain. The hon. member had made reference to sugar their best source of taxation, and that of court* would merit the unanimous ,pprov. of all hon. members, with ,•„ !!* r prlce ,or ** product. £^.^ oven,mem could without hesitation, tax more. There was no man with that obtaining, that would begrudge his contribution to the endeavour to ameliorate conditions which were not satisfactory, in such cases people were always satisfied to know that Government were or should be spending their money well. Now last year the Government had promised to do quite a lot of things A great many of them had not been done. What was the reason? the reason was thev could not be done. They had told the people that they were going to do these things and had got the Japan Musi Be Considered With Germany By SYDNEY CAMPBELL LONDON. March 7 British Officials here said today they still had no confirmation of the reported terms of the agreement between the United States and Canada for admitting Germany and Japan to the International Wheat Agreement But they mired a new point. Washington, they said, insisted that the applications of Germany and Japan must be considered together—both countries admitted or rejected. Germany, not at present a market for Australia wheat, has put forward proposals, which meet Britain's point about access to Australian wheat. Japan, a much bigger market for it. was not. • If the terms of the agreement between the United Stales and Canada are at unofficially reported, they would prevont diversion of the Japanese demand from dollar wheat to Australian wheat. From the exporting end. they would thus meet this British point Just as effectively as it could be met from the Importing countries. —Reater Italian Peasants Grab 150,000 tares Of Land HOME. March 7 The Italian spread north today from the southern OT.M;,. of Calabria lb of Skilv Pc-iwin:* ctesflstd that 1*0.000 acres of uncultivated land in Calabria pnn hands. It is estimated the peasants in this pg f slll have now taken over all the land available NERVES %  i jo be) mass %  -a-i ill wtaai nurliaaas %  w|i i,ufjsr lave .--".•v.TI—i. tk. oa M u*. Dsda-sKssW P9U. Fs^lW. kkhy Rita's parents live in Tobago. XT'n lh 5? !" ,n T* Prcad. hilt Retonald hail, f,o m CS-' '"" h w !" l r; Both ,„m. (, !" ,fZ,RL \ c P><1 moves to "•TK.i.aiti nans irom BarrtaI Both com. from fS,UM. k'aaaSETl. """'" already h.H .,„!„. ..... ,".\ 'Sllation. It is ur %  K/^woWsayTha?^ ^u^J* jfr Wh 6tnr--nent were fully conscious. '?LnS .w !" ! ,hc year ,h *>' did not tell them that these things had not been done because they in their wonderful wisdom had failed to anticipate what the Opposition Raw and said at the time. 4 the need for revising the %  ask question of subsidisation, at m-ally. they mu.*t he preBRd nol to increase the cost ol laaf so long as they could He Government have made aanftot: as hon. members had %  far expenditure for imBanent in the hospital scrvim, they do not. however, conassapiaubuilding a new hospital %  amoving the hospital from it* Jatct Kite. As I began by |Rn|. Government do not con After dealing with other matters, Mr. Walcott said that they were very pleased to learn that the deep water harbour scheme seemed to be getting the attention of Government, because there were many of ihem who felt that whereas Seauell might be a sity. it was never going to Duke of Glourestpr Welcomes President Auriol • from pace 1 peoples brought together on the surge of profound and also unalterable affection. In paying my homage to-day to the memory of your suffering. 1 bring with me a message of brotherhood from the French Nation. I bring the proof of its belief i the unity of our two countries. I bring with me also an expression of the Indestructible Bank Of Brazil Refuses To Postpone Decree )By SYDNEY i,\Mi'lii|i LONDON, March 7. The Conference of British Shipping Lines serving Brazil was tonight drawing up n new circular of advice to exporters following reports that the Bank of Brazil had refused to postpone a decree ordering freight payments on Brazilian imports to be deposited In Cruzcrios in Brazil. Barring postponement, or amendment of the decree which look effect on March 1 it was felt •""a.un 01 tne indestructible <-<". on .'.men i u was ieit faith of Prance. The principle?; n 1 ondon to-day that the customwe are still defending shoulder fo ,^L m *£ hod of """Porting to Braiii uovemmeni uo not conji-essuy. it was never going to aH> either that or any new i * abl e to give an appropriate reHHtlrs* l*e this afternoon the -hildren were doing well and the hospital authorities believe the is will survive —'B y Cahlet Siamese Twins Will Live In Tasmania In Tasmania twin girls with heads joined were born near here last weekend. They have an excellent chance of surviving, but cannot be parted without risk, iheir doctor said to-day. The babies mother. Mrs. Erskine Smith, of Natone, has five other children. The twins combined weight is nine and three eighths pOSJasam —Keater. -•+ -inoivu Ji i A^nw nil), IV UIIUII CIT (the Cosl Insurance Freight System) has been seriously cuslurbed. Shipowners have held several meetings about the effect "f the decree. To-morrow, the Brazilian section of the London Chamber of Commerce Is to hold a private meeting, at which exporters can express their views. -He aler Tate And Lv. Still Fighting Nationalisation rrom Our Own Cotrnpondenii LONDON. March 7 Tale and Lyle today confirmed warmly wilh King George, Queen their intentlofi ot carrying on with Elizabeth, and other members of fheir anti-nationalisation camIha British Royal Family, and a big gathering of the nation's leaders. Then for half an hour, they received the tumultuous cheenngs of the British people as they drove In open landaus along the bettagxed processional route to Buckpaign, even though sugar is not on the list for the Government takeover during this session of Parliament. A spokesman of the firm told me "Although we are not in any particular danger now, we Issstsw Io continue with Mr Cube and his „— —_,„iai route 10 Buckcuiimiue WILH nir c mie ana his ingham Palace, where they are to business of telling the public about -lay as the guests of the King and the efficiency of the sugar refining Queen. —Reuter. | industry. Just because sugar -^—^— I take-over was not in the King's INVITED TO LONDON 'Peech does not mean to say that II would not be pulled oul ol the German Workers Riot In Protest Of Dismantling SALZGITTER, Mairh 7 British troops stood with arms is undcrst. that at a Cabinet meeting last night Premier Alclde O asked for soeedie: reform bills But he made it clear that the Gove; not intend to be "threatened" The Cabinet gave its support o li.teri Mtolstar Mario Scelba to use "firm measures" should the agitation continue. It was announced at the meeting that Dr. Adolfo Rodano Prefect of I'alanzaro. storm centre of tho Calabnan agitation, had been transferred. The transfer is believed to have been caused by his handling of police who have done little to stop seizure of land in the t aiaiuaro. lUi'Cl.lclil Calabrian landowners sought today lo rcoch agreement witn' the peasants. In the Catanzaro area, ihev! initialled an agreement guaranteeing Ihe unemployed peasants* at least seasonal work on the' farms In Sicily, thousands of I peasants seircd lands In 18 rand i."."£i "' p,l ""> province Included the rugged Sagano, I loperty. once the hideout of r.ndlt king Salvalore Giuleno I nllce expelled some of the peasants from the land hut the "i.jonty stood firm South of Home, peasants swarmed Inlo 20 i.nnnncea and started sowing. Peasant leaders said today that they stood by their original], declared intention of ml movuv from the land. —Reuter True About The Atom Sub PITTSBURGH. March 7 TinWestlnghcuse Hi tin %  •oration has ofllci.lh adi for the nrst lime. Iha; I strutting an atomic-pc. The ( hildrrns Favourite "' %  MMI li'vera| > I T Is fortunate that Ovalrine makes such an instltnt appeal to all children, lor this delicious food heveragc is ""'•>' CSJCSUSS fOf .iron, boSsSI nd teeth, iron ic i, pfoirin "*-.— — ,,,,,, — ..M .11 IWIIII ,ne re*dy, when a crowd of marine SSrsHiEar— |,S-"' An armoured patrol car, which: Th ,.*.,. arrived on the scene, was pelted, .. ,,Ji^ k '< >L 'ned oul al with stones. n "T 0 '•" %  Pittsburgh, has After yesterdays not at the !" ,he "f" "' coni.vtuie for Hermann Ooerlng works. Brluill •"?""", ITviouslv the tanks and infantry were drafted '., "• J :' ,v only expla. in to-day while demolition work-1 ,7',', JL !" f" bui,,lin an atomic | I"wered plant foi blew up the coke producing plant. A big crowd of workers Jeered during the operation and continued their demonstration all morning. West German Labour Minister Alon Storeh, was on his way In the plant from Bonn in an attempt lo calm Hie situation. In Bonn, a spokesman of Ihe West German Government said the Cabinet uiscussed the mattei to-day and 'strongly condemned the rioting. —Reuter. Keuter awfcfc iha Mo,..), onaaali nhn sasjio e ni tor ini'ianTiiBi ,rhoh 4 Jrate* and other valuable fssad properlie.lor making good •hecneeg, and .ireeih ..hid. anive chdjren expand .o I reel y. !*~"""li„..,„.„ n di n ,h..l,|. %  ni.ngandreviialisintqualltlea. o..i„„. .h.,„!d be in, regular ,1.,K beeenijs, „oi onh lor vonr .laldrrn. but lor ever, member ol the family. Ovaltine For Robust Health and Energy • VnU • %  ..-..I,, s,_. sVa .11 sH e^XliX KAFtACHI. Mareh .. Prime Minister Attlee has invited the Indian and Pakistan (•Termers to London for informal t.tlks on Kashmir problem, .-iceordlng to a reliable source hat." Tate and Lyle also are not overlooking the fact that another GenML. Govt. Wants £144 Million For Health Service LONDON. March. 7. MeinlK-rs of Britain's new Parliament were shocked to-day by —%  "• "" ~ %  —. /... ^.e-..nainenl were ..hock.tl to-day by '7J. SnT?. !" ^" 1 1 b ?S m f neC ^' ">' %  Publicalio,. of Government „? %  ,. L ? mcr ,V an 'i" 1 a, ;. X -.upplomentary i-.-timates of £ 148,Ira 25 seats for the Labour GovPMAW rL^iTj „,__ „,'., STERLING INVESTMENTS IF YOU HAVE SURPLUS STERLING FUNDS AVAILABLE FOR INVESTMENT, WE SHALL BE GLAD TO RECOMMEND SECURITIES WHICH WILL PROVIDE YOU WITH SAFETY OF PRINCIPAL TOGETHER WITH A FAVOURABLE INCOME RETURN. ROYAL SECURITIES CORP. LIMITED. A S. BRYDEN & SONS (B'DOS) LTD. BARBADOS CORRESPONDENTS MIJ -iisa riiiiiiiifi, iiiiu illdl ail l-xtts 25 seats for the Labour Government would .jive them enough majority to push the Sugar Nationalisation Bill through. —(By Cable). lM0|tfs>ia*7 Mi/if mm -ACT10M RENNIfcS OOO.OOu headed by an extra BUI of £M.000.Uuu for Ilritain's National Health Service. These are certain to be challengrd by the Conservative opposition. The Health Service is costing £ 358.01)0.000 a year. A Treasury return to-day showed that last year Britain's Budsjet surplus for UM iinuiici-.i real n-uthed a record of £185,000.000. But the supplementary estimates indicate that much of It may melt away before the financial year closes at the end of thir month. Only £80,000,000 of the £148000.000 had been taken into account.—Reater. Norway Will Nol Tolerate Saltotagr _. larch, 7. I JjlHalard Lang, Bare the miiitar>' strength that" la Not way are tmng to I hmld up within ihe Al no goal in niy the means to create a bails' tor negotiations on an equ^. mg, and thus to reach reasonable solution i.i intarnath lems". Referring to COaaaauaUt threats •i Hbottgi |l( deliveries, Lange warned th. nastj that In tnl .<>untry we re accustomed io the will of the p e o p 1 .• as expressed throughout OUT insj respected. We will not tolerate illegal sabotage campaigns from any Communist faction Lange rai tpsssMng Ing In Oslo last night BJTangd lointly by Trade Unio.. and the Oilo Labour Party Group. Afu-i representatives of the Labour Party and of both factions of the Communist Party had spoken, the meeting passed a resolution supporting thr Government's policy and protesting! •igaisjsi the Cotninuiust Party's "false peace propaganda." Voting was 400 for and 12 Communist votes against. The leeting^ was calm and orderly. PC. 273 .Sort is SffSSBJBl tins b\ aU Cfumuti ami *JOf*. %  r Whenever you're mtubled with psinful stomach sodirv. iust rock two Rcnmci, one after the other. The blend of saisads in Kcnmei bringt vi>u immediate nlatf bsoauw it's ipsaally bal%  Md tor fast action. Always osrry a few Rcmuc* ihey'r* wrapped separately) In your pocket or handbag. 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I'M. I I OIK BARBADOS ADVOCATE WU.Nk.-,UAV MAKUi • last BARBADOSja APVOfllF %  *•> %  —f*=o ubMaM In The Al-r.1. Ce Cta.. •* BtreaS St. **!* %  • WeeW.day. March 8, 1M A Royal Welcome HA %  %  vs I been known to he warmth of her welcome nor the cordiality of spirit when she receives distinguished guests within her gates. And ihoir visit in March 1934 was atich a welcome accorded to anyone as that given to Her Royal Highness Princess Alice and the Rt. Hon. the Earl of Athlone %  y afternoon. Light showers early in the day left a cool clear atmosphere such as can be enjoyed on a typical tropical day and when the Lord Combermere turned into the inner basin bringing the visitors o the landing place a joyous shout of welcome rose from ten thousand throats. The scene wag one of gaiety and splendour. British and foreign craft in the harbour were bedecked with flags from stem to stern while H.M.S. Glasgow flying the White Ensign rested at anchor—an emblem of the might and power of the British Navy. Bridgetown itself was gaily bedecked with flags and bunting above the flagstafTs of business houses. Business was over and those who had finished a day's toil remained in the City to get a glimpse of the Royal visitors. Here it was that politics and business and the cares of everyday were forgotten; here it was that planter and peasant, businessman and clerk mingled together in the mottley crowd with but a single thought—to join the enthusiastic welcome to Princess Alice and her husband as ambassadors of Empire. "There is no place on earth where the Englishman is so welcomed and feted as in Barbados," according to a distinguished author of the last century, and when Royalty is included the welcome and the hospitality know no bounds. Nature herself was in one of her kindliest moods and when the Waterboat berthed at the landing place and the Princess and the Earl stepped ashore the rays of a brilliant alternoon sun gave resplendent finishing Touches to a scene of pageantry seldom witnessed in Trafalgar Square. Assembled in the centre of the Square were the dignitaries of Church, State and the Legislature, while near the Cenotaph the Military lined up. A Guard of Honour was supplied from the Barbados Regiment under the Command of Captain Chase and after its inspection by Her Royal Highness and the Earl, himself a distinguished soldier, the local dignitaries were presented. pcction and presentation occupied a few moments when the spectators could enj' try of the occasion. Above the brown uniforms of the military were the swords and bayonets of the Regiment giitteru^ in the afternoon sun; while the a*rk suiting of formal attire of the gentry and the beautiful fineries of the ladies were to be SMn against an appropriate background. Her Royal Highness was dressed simply almost to severity and the Earl, with his soldierly bearing dressed in grey homespun suppli! tie not* of simplicity m this scene of gaiety *t.d glamour. Thousands of spectators stood stock still and with bared heads while the band played the National Anthem—Barbados had reached the climax of a spontaneous welcome to members of the Royal Family. It was typical uf the most law abiding people in the Empire that despite the uncertainty of the political outlook and the depressing state of our economic situation that they could forget besetting trial* and join in a rousing welcome to the Royal visitors. Her Royal Highness and the tail are no strangers to us. They are again in our midst and every loyal Barbadian will join in wishing them a pleasant stay and express the hope that they may carry with them more and even liappier memories of their present visit to this island. The Strangest Car Journey 1 Ever Made BOOK REVIEW: [he Life And Times Of Po Chu-i YOUNG German People's Policeman sat in my car anu By Selkirk Paalra lh car. They took Uss ", out and everylnin,PUe ID) rind Every piece of pper ** %  | He taken Into the shack and the; Hi beck He laid' "Drive on, and sentence with tt In Russian don't try to let away or I shall too, narted telephoning .no,,, • An hour later a Rusaxin me. I did not point out that this lieutenant arrived. He could not He came to a pipe cleaner would be fatal probably to both of understand my Russian visa. flntered It for five muiulea. Then us. instead, I thought: This U ... _.. _. — ". "ked "What s this for. what comes from trying to drive '1 Ol re Thr Flnl showed him. Hemiled^ -^ m n..Hr, t pr,Kn,( a<-rf* the Then he round some spare ..(.m £vTeXe. STVSEMKST. U' ft* ~" — *F* • - it for three years. (Reviewed by Joan Ersklnri By ARTHUR VVAI.EY (George Allen & I'nwin—18.) LONDON, (By POLITICAL incitement is the true funcRussian captain sat down bciorc, ,,-„„ o( poetry in general said Po t.hu-1, Governor of Hangchow, and one ol the greatest Chinese poets. He lived from AD. 772 to 846. In those days there was nothing incongruous in a government official being a poetTwo examinations paved the way to high governmental positions, the Classical and the Literary. The first was a test of •***,/ For TO-DAY Cost of Uvi^ |J Australian TABLE RAISINS—Mb. pku."^' —Vi-lb. piia. u for two nours, wnen 1 leu. tn ough they were miniature deli:.-. nutes before. I had been No examination of luggage. NoUiton.tor, i did not tell him drivtag merrlTy toward. Sleitln. Jj* I was out of the bove. ? w ,„ „, „ P asked nX. STfeJ-tTli cS T-o mil*, down the straight. ^VTuSed on typewriting I memory, but the second was regarded as a SvTr iSEnf,I n~Writ frontfer. lonely rc~l was a Polish frontier „,„,,_.,, b ,. nk sheet. He went'..,„, of ulerit and originality." I saw before me two Cerman station. ..,.„„ ^. .... trough ^~< b J > h r 1 ""fn"^ I This book is not only the first full W,*'o B r '' C !" y *?J£m m.?Vk\ P 1o n m e n u^. r 'bX d y ou S'on'e ^.„ k ", h ^de y B. bl0grap hy of a Chinese poet to appear ,. Their hands were trembling This did not surprise me My experience of being held up is that It Is nearly always the hand that holds the piltol that trembles. sauld Be I ...u ir J all|J' r01.all death or pick you up in his trunk 0 [ our8 t ne wind changed or ... ._ and bash out your brains. something and he became aware The African native poacher So 1 thought that while I was „, „,_ when hum ,„ beings sec knocks them off with poisoned In Africa Td look one up and plnk eleuh ants on the end of the a""" 8 at 3. Id. per head llnd out the reason for this uno^ lhev don | feel loo happy. ThJMPO"" co-operative attitude. ant i ihlg fellow was clearly Isolated VII A while hunter *tw has a long dubbed to perceive two little rious thing about tt U that mos list of elepnnU' addresses took ,„ k men brtirirl a bush. of the plants used me around to call on them, but H , preo d his ears like a monpoisonous themselves, we never found one who was in. gtrouJ h, r( l, raised his trunk, and You could eat them and gel We even spent a night sitting g^ vc m a dirty Volt nothing more than a tuminv in a tree above a waterhole ache. Yet when they are mixed tatMMl StstBs together and prepared by some secret African process that baa The white hunter Angered his defied analysis, the result is to for a quick one—wort-hogs, a trigger and said: "If he charge., deadly It will kill a man in two rhinoceros, and a riotous party of keep by me. Don't run or you'll seconds, and an elephant in a harte-beeates—but no elephants, be a dead duck." quarter of an hour. Then one morning at breakfast As you know from the Wni!. n native tracker came and told reporters get used to anything. Price OI WIVCM u. there was an elephant half i r .t, colonel., telephone girls, mile down the road. wild elephants—you simply nave Down on the coast there are We hurried there on a truck, to talk nicely to them and they 11 still tribes who buy their wive* and on the way the white hunter ca i n down. with Ivory. loaded hi. title. I put a point o" So I said: "Excuse me. "Wouldn't (heat Ihino. make you mv iH-iuil. elephant. I'm from the Dally wild?" said our elephant, advanrTherc he was. about five tons Express ing towards us. "Supposing; I ,,t vtM bull elephant tearing up for answer thcie wa a noise couldn't marry the lady elephant erass with the end of his nose n Ke a motorbike starting up. of my heart until I'd oivem her .,'n siufflne It Into hi. mouth. -What on earth's that?" I ask(other a set of your teeth? Thai ana siuiiu.g ^ ^ ^.^ hunU r Nothing would be something to put in your | |(| IVttlala'.aa to worry about now," he aaid. paper. Eh?" We left the truck, and after "Thrfs a food sign lesun, tnc wind crept up to tummyj"' th '"th"t 0 dUta l ncc y *e looked the harmless. 's able to control The Interview was ended most of his poems exactly. The political background against which Po's Ufa is seen is in itself an enthralling background. The irnmense powers of the eunuchs at Court, the graft and corruption among many officials, the laziness of others, all help us to form a clear picture of the involved social life of the period. He wrote | manv political poems, which poured scorn on the regime as a whole, but these caused great I consiernation. "Can it be" he asks bitterly I "that Heaven for some reason does not want i this kind of poetry—that is to say. poetry, which aims at getting human wrongs redress-1 edto survive?" He was himself surprised | at the popularity of his "mere literary, trifles" and preferred his serious works. 1 It would hardly be possible to write of Po Chu-i without mentioning his friend. Yuan Chen. Theirs was a famous friendship, carried on through the years by verse, all the more remarkable because they spent so little time with each other and were so many years apart. A hundred new poems have been translated in this book, and many of them are touching farewells. When Yuan was banished from his official post, due to the influence of the eunuchs, Po sent him the following poem SPECIALS GOUDA CHEESE—per lb „ EDAM CHEESE—per lb TABLE MARGARINE—per lb. .,. ROBIN HOOD OATS— per pkg, , QUAKER CORN FLAKES—per pkg. ". [ QUAKER OATS—per Un TINNED HAMS—each 3H lbs ,! TINNED HAMS—4^—12 lbs. .. PINEAPPLE CUBES-per tin PINEAPPLE SLICES-per tin BLUE CROSS TEA— V, lb. pkg TOMATO PUREE—per tin SI A \ Mil II SCOTT & CO.. LTE, ajriMtior. e B*rMd 1 • vlllMe DJcl U nd'"turuwl 1 turned bk from the bridge that At the nty Bate I suddenly we (loin the fume* nt m hrt wu lull with a Uwuaand p-u-rh'lh. pailine' -, n atasM waterhole hoping wo might get a word with one over a drink. lx>ts of other Interesting characte.s turned up That's hl At this point two little pink men bolted back to their truck decided we're and vanished in a cloud of dust. From i— siae ol a London bus. his rumblings, you know, and it London Express Service. %  ongiiun and redrew. Yuan Chen sent back the answer: Ttie unve be/ore when 1 went .wiy < (iii five yean; Who can %  *• Hits lime now lone out paiUtta will lait Farewell. Lo-lien 1 Do Ml bi tad' Won* could have Happened. 1 itu-jhl not have coma to Ch-ana-an at all!" For three years Po was in bad health, and when i diviner offered to tell his fortune he wrote: -To mv Mck eye* the world %  *... dark aa nlahu Sere as autumn the lock* that .Iradt on my brow ClQthea and food—of a hundred former needa i m I only ihete are left. t know how sood you arc at the Book of Chanfet Ahd if when you ul would I like iny fortune told? 1 I aniwer 'No*, it la not that I doubt your aklll: In the world of men there la no fortune thai I eek Po was a devout Buddhist, interested in the philosophic and mystic side of Buddhism. He had a great love of music, and it was during his Hangchow period "that this love of music began to infiltrate his writings. He mentioned it frequently in his political ballads written c. 804 to 809. and In one laments the current fashion: Alaa. ili> thai the eari of common men Should love the modern and nol love the old Thui It I* that the ilther al the aieen window Day by day la covered deeper with duat. Po's whole collection was in seventy-five chapters containing 3,840 pieces, in prose and verse. Apart from that there also existed a collection of poems exchanged between himself and Yuan Chen in seventeen chapters. His writings were Immensely popular in Japan where they were referred to simply as 'The Collection The Japanese literature of the period was filled with references to them. He died in 846, and there are no details available of his death. He wrote "What in We I loved, felt, preferred, achieved or experienced, all my freedoms and restraints, down to the most trifling .subjects and incidents, may be learnt from my Collected Works. There, in one chapter or another, all that there is to tell about me has been made known." To Our Planter Friends Who need for all a Good Helmet Weather. "CHRISTYS" ARE ONCE AGAIN ON THE MARKET SECURE YOURS FROM DA COSTA & CO.. LTD. DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT Ol II HEAD2B8 §AVi W. 1. Buy Nearly Twice As Much As They Sell For Dollars Tu (he Editor. The Ad tocole— SIR—With devalua ion talks gtaUig MI uuietVy •' Hauling! House the public needs some reminder of the fact thai the talks are oasu i ected .vith the whole problem of tiade with the dollar .n.i in an article ah wing Colonial earnings fr.-m ftf* Materials %  Th Times Survey of tte British Colonies" gives some statistics which are probably new to W% Off the inhabitants of Barbados The pressure of events has revealed raMti cU'jr'> than before, MJS the Survey, the Importance of the Colonial contribution In ba'ancing the sterling dollar accounts . le trade between the colonies and North America can be summarized from various sets of flsmres from different sources, and a balance -muk which probably represents the true position with reasonab'e accuracy. Thus figure* compiled from United State* and Canadian trade returns show that rU to the United States and Canada in approximauly M7m. in 1M8, while imports in the same year were worth about $408m (both sets of figure* are fob. values) The balance in favour of the colonies was thus about 1121)m., or a little more than £S3m at the former rate ' exchange. Another set of figures prepared from the trade returns of the many colonies concerned estimates that colonial exports to North America were worth £ 126m (fob.) in 1848. and imports therefrom £112m (elf). On this basis the colonies' credit balance appears as only Illm or less than half that shown by the American and Canadian figures Part of the difference can be attributed to the fact that imports In the Utter set of figure* are shown as c i f values, while the remainder doubtless reflects the many estimates and approximations which had to be made for the second ftgure*. The real colonial surplus from visible trade In 1M8 was perhaps nearer that Khown In the North American figures—possibly £m or more. The British West Indies (which includes for this purpose British Guiana and British Honduras) was the third colonial region having an important trade with North America In 1946 West Indian exports were valued al Just under 858m of which shipments tu Canada accounted for 843n> '' %  this case, however, the value of West Indian purchases was nearly double—at $108m— that of their tales, a fact which is hardly surprising In view of the geographical proximity of the two areas. With the exception of the West Indies few of the colonies are yet in a position to attract much dollar expenditure from tourists and nre unl'kely to b* develop this Important industry to any great extent In the> neair future Even so. dollar receipts from tourism — almost entirely in the West Indies— an estimated to be wortb about CSm in 1848 I be said about the size of any risible dollar receipts or %  %  i probable that the dollar value of most of the film, received from gold production and tourist expenditure in 1848 ran be added to the colonies' surplus In visible trade with North America. . DOLLAR MINDED To ihc tdiior. The Advocate— SIR.—Kindly allow me to make, a few comment* on Request Time" There are only thirty minutes for "Request Time" a prugramme which indeed has become a real and pleasuraable evening programme, but it is being chilled by the growing advertisements pushed into that small space, not that 1 am against advertising but a little more consideration should be given to those who have sent in requests. Thar* are tunas when a request is replaced by another number, and times whan it is cut and one hears "Sorry I cant play through your request." It makes one feel tike Jimmy Hallo (the urge to kill). 1 hope the person or persons responsible for "Request Tim-r will do something to stop the IntcTuptton and give us s pleasant half hour of requests. fRANK JACKSON. Appreciation bowings (with the right hand) In all these phases of violin techThe Editor. The Advocate !" que Mr. Dalmau excels. SIR,—I attended the Dalmau %  %  %  D lmau ** •ccompaiued Concert on Friday night and her husband at the piano is also would like to make a few apprean accomplished musician, and in ciatory remarks on the very exaddition to her flawless accomcellent programme which was naniments she delighted the audioflered. cnct Wl1 %  group of solos. Mr. Dalmau has an excellent Within the scope of three pieces tsjcsaasqu* which he displays to adshe demonstrated an artistic skill vantage in the works of the virand expression of high order on tuoso school of violin playing, a piano which was, unfortunateHis programme was almost entirely. not eminently suited for solo ly made up of these "violinist" playing, compositions, and this, no doub* is the sphere in which his taste I hope very much that these and ability find the fullest expresartists will rind it convenient to sion. give us another grand concert beCompOadUons such as Pagan mi' tore their short stay expires, as Concerto in D. Bazxinis Rondc there Is little likelihood of their des Lutins, SarasaU'j Ziegunerreturn to the island In the near wciaen and his Zapatcado abound future In difficult violinistic effects such WILLIAM A CLAIRMONTE, as passages in chords, harmonies, "Wembley". pizzicato with the left hand, and Navy Gardens, volante. ricochet and arpeggis Christ Church. LETTERS which or* sign#d wlfii a nom-davpiun;*, but un accompanied by thm customary boaa fide>s. mil} b* ignored Many such reach the Edilo/'g desk mach wtk. and readers af again nmtoded of the necessity tor the writer's name to be .known to fhe Edifw, oof lot publication, but as an assurance, of good taJth. GUAVA CHEESE— Buts. HEM A MOLASSES—Tins GOLDEN CORN KERNELS Tins CHEKSE-MACARON1—Tins HMUBARB In Syrup POM POTATO POWDER .„ ai.votf) ICE CREAM POWDER—per lb. (Vamlls ("• COCKTAIL CHERRIES COCKTAIL ONIONS PEARS TRANSPARENT SOAP ODEX TOILET SOAP KNIGHTS CASTILE SOAP AND BE SURE TO ORDER J&R BREAD DAILY ,STji FROM UODDARDS



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wb DNt;.SUAV. MAIU II . IH -,i. 67 Acres Of Canes Burnt T *o OF THE l i i qu gi H that occurred in the ^-jni crop season bro... I L Belie Plantation. St. Michael, Saturday and Sej>rles Planta— on Monday. jjie Are at the Belle started at | ^u, 11.15 a.m. and destroved u*, acres of itrst. -econd and | Mfd crop young canes. They are | **U. This is in Wo parts. 2L! '"^"'doner Goes Home." ft* an idea of how the vast If5 * London's workers '. % %  •ported by train, bus and un*rouml. The oUier, "A Ccn%  >' I'rugress in Rail TransUM .iviiopment of fcraUway. LWW photographic displays. JWenuy changed, are now •JWr feature at "Wakeneld." of Aq mbly laid the I ABMadBfl T"t WILL be a popular uro* Bimme or recorded music at %  umisn Council. "Wakeltcld.' W" ii'H! o'clock. The profg i will be as follows:— 'URE-.-The Flying S5 5E? -Mtau (""del) '• .-A&SE NOISETTE SUITE ,., „ (Tchaikovsky) •) Valse des Kleurs. (0) Dance of ihe Sugar Plum (Schubert). %  SACS -Bronze 'Auben. CAPRICE VIENNOIS (Kreisler). KtfSVS? by Pri ' Kfeisler Vefa,) A "' A ro "' Othello THP uf.".HL b >' Jo n Cross. !" HAUNTEI1 BALLROOM II AH '9S?J' ,, V Toye) AH SWEET MYSTERY OF S,.S' h >Anne Ziegler BL*?fc' Booth. [""ORTAL STRAUSS %  5OAr,E o, Upper |, 3,roeI reported to the v^- '"ceny ot one "Smith'' "" • reudenee on March 5. .niriull J £;.r^--ii.-iSKr;, iSSn, !" M !" W" IKS ,!*" nM hv aovwnor-m-Exeeu. iw. c rr.'K. "~" r • -' Ot Cummin. : Itwolution io appro v < SlSS^J** Commute undtr.ihi,,„, A^?T0# *** ' ** v >>">Wr Mr. Adami : RrtvXulion lor SMH4 m Currant, a. .hown in the SupRlcmenury bumiM lt-M. No as, wh t lorm ihj itiwduie ln ,hr Kr*j Mr. Adami Rvtulullini lor "" lr •uppkmrni ihe iH*~iO bumaic Part I. Capital. , -ho*. lary ttitnL.tr, i_m. •fa (orm Ma Sch*dti1e t A the ltonlutiori IfVf Dill Io arrant) tli pubH *' %  mploya^ Peiwwu Act, |SJ7 Mr. Adam. Bill i„ amend the Departrrwi of Science and Agriculture Act. Mr. Adam> : BUI to continue varioutxpirinc inwa. Mr. Goddard A Bill to .mend thr •" %  chial Emplu>ee> ''erution Act. 16*4. Ttie^ were all lain read a Utl tuna Mr. Hrvan tthvr notice ol an Addrt*aaklrui that ihe 5ldav brtwren Odt-I rndu and laMer b nuadc a Bank Hal. Mr. Crawford tabled an Add.rrelaAM Mil''''" '""'"' ''" : '' "" Howu Mr. Crawford tabled queitlona In con'y.lhe introduction of a Kent i Ifcard. in, etiabhantneni of o f the Public Library la St Philip, tho erection of mora waiting Wrmlnala .ind the execution of the Constitution Swamp -ltd the Eaai OOaW 1" .'i > tabled a question relative to %  quad ol the Police Force official!) amed The Riot Squad". The Home began collide rat ion of th }•• aiat The Hotiae adjourned to meet m. to-day. On Bond For Six Months CLAUDE SEALY a porter of Smith fi Atwell Ltd. Roebuck Street, was put on a bond for six months in the sum of £2 by His Worship Mr E. A. McLood vesterday when he was found guilty uf stealing seven pounds of rice, the property of K. D. Edwards on March 6. Scaly WAS seen placing u bag of rice on a cart. When he was asked who gave him the rice he said that a man had given him the rlco to carry to a woman. This is the first offence thai Scaly has against him for larceny. Fined 10'POK not keeping her Sanitnr* accommodations m • U 1 properly. Constance W Spruce Street was fined 1/costs to be paid in seven days or in default 14 days' imprisonment by HiWorship Mr H. A. Talma >eslerdsy. The offence sraj committed an December . 30/For Wounding A FINE of 30'in 24 days oi one months imprisonment was imposed on Seymour Walker of Chapman Lane vesterday by His, Worship Mr H. A. Talma when he was found guilty of wounding Violet Joseph on her left eye on Febru -' ary 27. Members Table Questions Mr W A. Crawford .ableu four question* ID the H Assembly yesterday The questions read— Rent Restriction As a result of the considerable --. rentals of dwalUng houses and business pla> recent months—many of whlci were already excessively highana the general tendency on the part or many landlords, more %  specially since the abolition othe Occupancy Tax. unjustifiable to increase their rentals, will in. (.ovtrnnient state whether it pro%  >oses to introduce legislation t orovide for Rent Restriction? Branch Library lor St. Philip In view ul the general advantage to tht community to be ga.ned rrom expansion of facilities for free reading of books, and of th< Map and appreciative interest iemonstrated by the people of thi S riih of St. Philip in the colony's 1)1 c Library. Service,—practical %  videnre of which can be seen %  • %  '' comparatively big" number of registered borrower), and of Library books which are circulated In the parish, the 'Jcure* for the Juvenle Department ixune the highest for any rural area In %  I % %  !, %  ;, -.. nt the earliest date possible arrange %  •ablish'nent in the said pauttb of | Bra.ich of the Public Library? Hailine Sheds Will the Government :I %  a adequate number wa ting sheds similar I the Probyn St. Terminus Its points along bus routes and at outgoing bus termini throughout the island? East Coast Road 1. Does the Government propose to construct the East Coast Road and to canalize the Constitution Swamp? 2. Is the execution of thes< two* projects beyond the presen capacity of the appropr.ate Goveminami Departi 3 If ihe answer to Question No. 2 in so far as it applies t. •me.-bc in the alllrma live, will the Government take advantage of .lit presence in the colony of* tlSe engineers engager In the construct/m bf the new SeaweJl Runway and make tht necessary arrangements for tht putting of these proposals Inti operation iimultaiieiusly takinc steps to ensure that the maximun. possible number of people shall be employed in the undertakings? An Egg For The Princess AS if to honour Princess Alice. this hen yesterday laid an egg ,1b. The owner of tht hen lives nearby the route alon<: which the I*rincess travelled on hr drive to Government House. The egg, the larger of these here seen If. shown alongside an ordinary hen's egg New Engine At Electric Co Today THE Manager of the Electri. Co. yesterday told th "Advocate that the Enginwhich had the broken crank I shaft has now been re-erected %  nd will be in operation agah ^day (Wednesday). The accident occurred on Janai^ 18th and it is considered l *ery commendable |>erforman;t that this Engine should be in run* mng order again in -. time, having regarded to the fac that a new crankshaft and bed weighing 12 tons ha< to be shipped from England. Replacement parts for the other broken down Engine ar. expected to arrive within tht next few days in the s B kalian.' 1 WHAT'S ON TO-DAY Court of Grand SraaJarw at 10.04) a.m. Mevllnu of llou*e of ,\sscinhly st 11.00 ..m. Meeting of Chamber of i i.mmfrrr at 1Z.O0 noon. I'olice Band at (iovernmenl House al 12.15 and 4.00 pjn. Hater Polo. Atiuatic < li.l> ,i 4.46 i. it. Mohllr < m Rrlmonl Girls' school Pasture st 7.20 p in. M.C.P. Wants Public Holiday Mr. T. O. Bryan, junior member for St Mkh.. c on Address v. Assembly yesterday. iiskiiiK 'bathe Saturday after Good Friday be a Bank holiday. The Address reads: The House of Aaamb. %  he opinion that the fallPV between Good Friday and 1 ay should be I i -lank Holiday. The House the.efon-, espccKuHv request Your Excellency to send u wn • immediately the necessary ••gislation which will give permanent effect to same. 332 Sign The number of people who have signed petitions to the Governor requesting sn investigation 'f the working of the Barbados Electric Supply Corporation h*s now reached more than 332. The 332 only accounts for %  tlons to the "Advocate".-" Advertising Department BtMM Btiorei ;md oth. places frequented by the public are also receiving petitions. Some I' I siactlicity seem to have got the : that the petitions are conneet^l with a pit lisation of the Electric (.'omp.iii> tuJ. Urn case; purpose of to secure better servi from the Company. "Lady Nelson" Here Tomorrow The "Lady Nelson" is due tc call at Barbados from Canada comorrow at daybreak. Messrs Gar'!• %  i Austin & Co. Ltd.. Informed ft* "Advocate" yesterday. Leaving port the same night, he "Nelson" will be bound for St Vincent. Grenada. Trim-l.. f the Development t :, ^rgsnisation and the m Mr. a Rolfe also of Develop ment and Welfare. Attending the Mr. A. Emanuel, Head of lh. fcconomic Department, Unite Kingdom; Lt. Col. O. A. Spence Economic Adviser. British Gulani Hon. A. W. R. Robert:-. Financial Secretary, Mr. A. / Shentleld. Ecor.. Mr. L. p. Spem. t^ustoms, Trinidad; Mr j Uegg. Secretary for Econom ITairs. Mr D c r>rgusoo, Com missioner for Commerce and II "ustry snd Mr. J. n Trade Administrator, Jamaicr Mr McUod Smith. Financt. \dviscr. Windward lal l 'fonour J. M rv CJaUJ A •nnistrator. St. Lucia; Mis HOD >ur W. F. Coutts, Adml St. Vincent; His Hon. "rrowsmith. A oionial Secret arv, 'slands and Mr. E D Horn. British Honduras. PROGRESS AT SEAWELL SATISFACTORY Approximately 4.000 feet o| th^ %  ew runway at StawoU SS cle *"-*d u > '^c dirt movers,' and rock blastin.; s still going on in this area Men working in two f hlfis. have now lor MM month and progress la said to be saliM No one seem. !., •hat the other fellow bttb man has .i (oh t nt is getting on with it. Perhaps tne only tirm %  ny attention to 0 • *hen there is dynami'.r lone and the warning flag goes up. "Carry-alls" move continuously across the mudd> strip, whun nil one day be the new ruiiwa>. coop up mud and n carries these to th. •rea. A Bulldoze;follou.elosely oparau in .niotii, i ana faca mud bai tn i and the ux-k is BtMwini men are drilling hold rock prior to blasting. it is oDdarsto I operations, that Is, puttl and "macaqara" area which has been cleared will be commencing. a^MOOOMaM W'////,W///,v,w, ',-.-,-.-. Check up I on your \ Kitchen needs nd 12 pt. Vr ran supply lb, folUwIac I l\\MI I s u ( KPANS 4. 6. S. 10 i in.I III I I"'II I K KETTLES I and f. pi. TEA POTS U.l MINI'II S\l ( ll'AXS I r, snd 8 pt. KETTLES EAUTIIESKARE TEA POTS JIT.S AND DISHES ALSO ENAMEL BO\\l> \M> PIE DISHES PAY A VISIT TO in r. su.r SKRVICE DEPARI MB I Ihe Barbados Hardware Co.,Ltd. Mil Bom FOR B.\r.GAIN8) o.— Thone 2100 or 4406 ^ Nos. 33 & 52, Swan Slree -'''-*****'*'*-*-***-*'"-*-*'****''*-**^**V**'--V^-,*-*.'-', ( USE A RIPPINGILLES BLUE-FLAME STOVE FOR EASY & CLEAN COOKING A.S.BRYDEN& SONS (rnos) LTD. Gasolene Arrives A eargo uf 260 drums motor gasolene. 20 drums %  > domestic easolene, 60 drums ui vaporising oil. 120 drums ui dlesolene and a crate of chai>* arrived in the island yesterad\ n Trinidad by 56-ton Schooner "Phyllss Mark." From Itominlca. the 38-ton hooncr "W. L. Eunicia" brought 203 bags of copra, live cords > firewood. 3,000 loose cocoanuts. 2.000 loose fresh fruit. Schooner "Anita H." called from British Guiana bringing 5001 bags of charcoal and 80 tons of | lirewood. Messrs. Schooner Owners' Asso. ilntion are local agents of these) vessels. %  %  %  %  %  %  %  > %  %  %  POULTRY FEEDS OF ALL KINDS by JEURJL\A AGENTS. ..nth trubeniscd collar %  Itached i E.. g-1.87 ihsdcs oi blue, Sport Shirts, short sleeves. In talk, white Ea. $4.84 'lnrts, sh. i/cs 36 E,,h $4.92 $4.60 fancy wool and cot... blue, rswn i io Il| ins. $1.11 & $1.49 IN IF.1II.OCK cullon Mhlatic Vests. Sleeveless, sites 3 to to Each 94 c i AVOUR" Pyjama suits, striped designs. Sue. 38 to < Los. Each $6.13 Knitted white Silk Scarves MIk Masja, Each Jg gy (ave Shepherd &. Co., Ltd. 10, 11, 12 & 13 Broad Street Now obtsiiubUt rreai . II. Jssen JSSMS A <;•.. Ltd. VIM cleans everything / smoothly and speedily! Only Vim can clean your rake-tins so quickly and smoothly A rub or two with Vim-then rease and burn-miirks disappear. Make all your cleaning, easier, quicker, saier —by using Vim. LB IK" aaai J. n Winner of the Dutch International Tulip Rally First ,n the fWrf „ r l5t comoetieor. First n th tod/M a„, l949 Utbon '***4k CHARLES MCENEARNEY & Co., LTD.



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P.M. I BARBADOS ADVOCATE WEDNESDAY. MARCH 8, 145, favour,', Toiln r,,,., •urope. so haj Lla*,,, b r_ ; favourite Toilet Lou ^^** captured the roolin, „_J fr.ir.nt relief mTh.-";..^ It %  m. wonder. tho^* tim.e.1 ha, bSomV ^~j]j throughout ihe Wen InjI** beyond Y Whm ^ l ie wh^-Ve'M y-^-gga Frol,r,e S ofaBr^; inib ^. AH we a* to-* m ^ ye. tried Llm^.^,,' try it. Lin* i. m*. „-" and mer.thola-.ed. THE TOILET LOTTOS 0/ 'no CnriUi* O.v s^M ,r RIP KIRBY DCs rafr rtiTX/r rim, s.1? "ft-WJ vViiuS tehJ% £^_T TfiS s *"* -" "S-.T^ - %  *.>.' # vou tax "• 1 *s ciM '•< %  I E-VU.SS /aaevcv ,.vCv" its** fv^*00 r' 'I •klT| 9W iT vtsoS! UIJ. C# / iTg N TX |M! C.T • CM... /T_t CAKHJiru.*.! A save c* a s...i •HOW'S* "O" -0 \ S C~I*T...I>JIPT CM tH AHOT, ALEX RAYMOND Tr '""* OT y T ci~N0>OI MY SgST rH.fNOl / -^ ao-; ix .* aor -w,/*ss • lltLT IW.M Skin less oil> L " coarse ...'. Fewb ''.-.hes ' **IW ,„, /••...•••••^e/r 00 ^ iou. lo.. .an ,\|HI| ih...!skin improvemeiil'.—in only 14 .lav. v %  •" veJ '"• %  admire. — and every won MM. -mi.. ,.,., the %  P almoliv. 11, ,,„, l'i,„ '„„„. ir, „ ample. This is all you do :— 1 Wtk tm ratJ mtl Halmolm Soap. 'u/Aw into/ma skin f* •' """' it/ .' ""''"•'" 'i' : tad -.HI -m prove — as the doctors Pjwed thl i you keep ygg. .kin clean-*! bv Palmoli-,', beniiilVlMi oUvt oil taker, you will . KEEP THAT SCHOOLGIRL CDMPLKMUX YOU OH SURE STARTING A FINE ASSORTMENT OF BOOKS NOW OPENED AT THE \tlv4Hr< Stationer? Lot* more I*""" going pU ** vour car n fftr' wi.h n EX1W %  cry BX.DIJTvou dF tl,d b l! 0 fisrerirut'Ol' !" economi" 1 *""": ra.keitri^ou.*'* ing brv f need, of J" 100.7. wk-k-J Bride...YOU So* OIMMOAW *""• %  FOMI'" 81 %  i I CITY O.MIAC* 71U**"



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T ffEPNESPAY. MARCH 8. 1950 CLASSIFIED ADS. 22* !" !" BARBADOS ADVOCATE PAGE SEVEN I..S MJES FOR HFVr MOUSE' | >undr. Si lavrniB* QUI MM "£23 •** *rn) b> obuinin, oH ^* PHv>t# Chrutma, CHd. mm. "t today 'or bMulifuI fr*. %  Mm Um H1B-C "US rttflOS AND MAL aft-Al* P•"* "" crtKING ADVOCATS iMondftyi par.** IN MEMORIAM k - lovinf wm*iiilrmc* or ou* malr* Mid fahr C*pt JOHN *z&sz?}*r" — j %  ^t van rwv* pud but vri the ^Crfiit <* that •xd day iwnmn i —— which we hold men I • return again Ctbeu 1 a 0 "" to %  better '"d -_ JJHI "' ** %  > and P**ce M earthly Joye and *n and wo* I7nb forever oeaee. „£21 MB*I. *•'. Ertwerd. She!'* Wraure. Alfred, Errol trhlldreni ^^bfollwr' 8.3 SO—ln %  a r*etraT rrirrnorv ol P.J ia E BIRCH -a. hit intn veer tnda)' < passed y __j %  ' w • *" 9t-n" *> ___ *.3.5e—-Si """"" "" J -In J*" Apply; uri Ptmw HOI bUi uo •*ivnl H NOTICE signed. O. 8. CORBIN. Parochial Treeaurer. St Peter NOTICE PA.II, OP ST. PPT,, £. fit,.?**. 1 ?f""""o". %  ** %  £ £ T S SO— I OSiACON VILLA_CW" i r—<*-ui, DU, mJTg". j,^^. p-rtorm th* dut!j of Dtiuici l €arl*lr Hay IN POUT — flrh l>ltuilvmr S Sen C*at aCrQuilkln frnm Tn-Mw i J^* 1 *%  v DTWODd, SrK Urd>rua S a Ate— MfaikiT *8C*t ManaWa? II. 9 8 Taflk-lan. cnt llanaan f* !" T" i*^ Klta WoMta. h Vnltad PtltMm Da Cbala CoJTS I %  Lucia; Aft-mta th laja^ N^Cirsc*. MoUnT ^^ Aaw^ion H V. lonaa. Seh. ARRIVALB arho.*.-* W L Bmk-ia. M tou n -"i* ' % %  p n Km Domlruca. Apou >h !" rw Own-n 1 AancaaUan YBAI Sarva^taT'lkaH Srnoenar phyliaa Mar* —. — ~^"i_^. %  1 _^ Kin*, far 9t vW ; Ar.m Scnoenar ,v — AaamaUon iwonar RIW Mart. M v-u iw capt BnhtrM toT S Thoina. IN TOUCH WITH BARK ADOS COAST STATION %  ( :v aaj ir rurtnc BroK-na houaa allowanrr r inontl At* Itaw* w t aa -4 f co AL SAKDHf Wonhln. in i PLATS full, rurnMi>i „ m K (n IS 1 -UJI ,^V, '"* "~1 •v.ll.blc c.ll M 3 Sw-Sn -3SaW-. l J6Lrt(S-. ->%  '-'Ifii-lflinl _,, _^ SiaiK-d. u Clrr* of th. Commii^o-r, 'PPI>. to tha S CORBIN. %  ( llrallh. ^t Prtrr 3So—4n J-12 1 ?? f^ !" **— teaa. „ lonlh from 1M April. Plaaunl | WU KRi.hoo t Cojur. Hill. ,,rdw. a.,a B r. T.irpho?,. *rry rraaonabla rent lo Carrfu) TaivanM prrfrrably bafora 10.30 T.XKO—ln Pligtia ; FOH SrW.fi NOTICE ^ M*art win ba .-lo*ad | t > o-clort ~x THURSDAY, tha nh M.^h POfcCT H DURTOiV. P"chla! Trnaaurr.. St. Miohar _^ 7.1.90—1 NOTICE VILLA UNA-Hartlnc. tat April %  ^rdtooma III with wa'ar. draaUnc roan i 3: WIIH. and .bath,. fiftZ DUI S]H .*£?, " P* month AUTOMOTIVE CaA-Ont Ford Pral*. WT food condillon Vptat Cta Hoebucrt ST I 1B4B modal in Apply Unliad Dial 9T4I :i :i :* ... Mlaa Nonna GoodndBa %  •3 SO—to PARISH OF *T raurr w WSSt H .5"" h vu,,or ,or ,h p-'"^ Philip Muat bold R.s I Cartlnrau ApaUaajttae fQUr-HIIInan Ml.ix. ona of the ban Jp auo>l' >HII (otiiK xtrona:. Alwav. * drtvan. In flood rondlllon llMDnabla prtea Apply: Sttauchn aaa. JanaaSlraat. 2.S0-tf n HARCUFT-M UwraneaOn-tha-Saa Full), funuahad from 1R AprU 1M0 • 1 so—in ial 3750 HOISTS -St Jamaa Coaat Two houi nawly built, vinfumtthad, to be la* laaaa. and two conunodtoui fUmUhad naM on ana ixropart-'. Unbeatable b*an and baUiinc Can be viewed any lime of day by ^tillable tenant. Box XX i o Advocata, Co. si.so—an Oe-SUndard (HP IMT Model -ajataad IB aocldrnl Can be aaen a* Ca-Mty Oaraca OfTera in wTltlna •• ItaBafMd up to 4 p.m. Friday 10th M-pfi 1(M it*. A. Lynch A Co. I.v T.3 90—n CU-Mo'ninp 1W8 model. Only Ontr driven and mileage only 1.300 A-elr Hr OTX.n>.rll Te'-phona3314 8 3 30—In GUTS-RISE'. Erdlrton HID. At Mlctv.n-m 1st April for an indefinite period 'u-ruhed For further particular! diW*.^TEI CAI-OIIK Tarraplane Sedan Cnvnar •rina in' In good condition Phona aaermr a 3 .M-- LIVESTOCK NTPHSBull Terrier Maitlffa. >e\-r •pta old Two reirwlea and one mala ffl PAakf %  crllenl waich-doa:Dial 7.1 50—In cov Graded C iifrnnev Cow %  ,. Cat CivM 2 wt*k* Giving 24 iiv -Ty Htatala i a family %  attlerr ram. St. 5 3.50—3n. TO-. Pure luni Alraalan aalti Appiv t-> N %  Batar. PlanUtton. 8* BWf Pcam *9-191. %  3.50-*HELP A STTafOGRAPHER A TYPIST i Female) for our Office. Apply In pereon 3 3 50-t.'.n WANTED CCHANICAL JfJCtJUB CARRIOt CVCIXBAl-o Dta II f>ntand I*dleftpnrta Au!" ffla Co Trafalcar 9t. Dial MM. 7 1 HO— t.f uncir. %  '-, %  M comfleii•M Prici140 00 DMI U %  SCELUNE0US A Teacher for the Anglican High School ilor girlal. Grenada. Application. %  .tatuiB quallncatlonii should be addre**wl to the Archdeacon of Grenada, the before the end of 4.3.9a—an. MISCELLANEOUS a^^T d r^a^^ Ml C-rtlllca' W C. MAMNTKO. Caq Aquatic Court. SM ,i. 7.1.50—31 (or WASTED TO BUNT SBA-SIDfc PREMISES—Suitable Licensed Club. Hasting*. Worthing St. Lawrence. Particular*: Apply. Do: A.A. C/o Advocate Co. 5.1.90—IB SHARES—Barbados Foundry, Central Foundry. Barbados Ice Company and Barbados Telephone Prelarence. Mr Webb. Phone 3101. UimflVXSof every deaertptlo.. g* China, old Jewels, line Sa>i. %  Meoioun Early book*. Map*. Autoj •pi*, etc it Gonlngra Antique Shop.' %  %  > %  Moral Yacnt Club 1J.4.—I.f.n. KMlGi: BABY'S CRADLE—In good condition with or without mattreaa ApproKlmata size 9 x 1 ft. Phone 3IM T.S.90—3n •WC SUIT-Ooal, t -e-a MM J tro.!BVJfstir Top Hat Mie 7 IB All WANTED TO BORROW—Baine. HHtory of Lancaehlre, Jeruer'* Well* Cainedraj MI. Nominal sum offered for uae of am. Apply:-R. T. Co Advocau AUveniitlng Dept. S 3 90—On pre-war quality i Dial 3001 1.S.50—" %  PI 111 M 4.ALES WSRA-One tli Argoflrai Reflex % % %  •• '* (In..--Cnlarger lor above %  %  % %  "Co Colonnade Store*. rsso-an, ,-iCtillPLETE OLTT1T SM Wmr f 0 Gcntlem%  l*0r-i t3~a or forma about m 7 1/50—In II 14 a 2B gang* It li-ni;Ui* •!• I. '.. 5'lg and Enquire Auto Tyre %  fVANISE SME:TS X " ft • va. I (1. and thai plain i/iB. %  varlou. utM. L 1K(U % %  T-.f-jgar Street ^^ 1.3.50—1 f n i^RfrLUSS MACHINE \ ~ ?*" Beard's Auction Room % % % %  ••B Alley Phone tail 8.3 50-lf %  n-WTiOHloa Cream and Mineral %  D*al, siv,,,,, Q,^, rrw# ,, •** condition with Guarantees al %  J Beards Auction Room. Hard" *> Phone 4M1 3 50-2n T^ WK* LICENSE NOTICE %  fpurouon of Ernest Qrlfflth, Liquor License No 151 of • !" "d ta him m reaocct of hoiloni Kail building at Michael for permission *m Liquor License at bottom %  •I Moray building in Nelson i 3A^!Sa L ^?ri XU '' ,BM I **• Jfcgl-lrwe. Z "A" %  •"•d KRNEST UHirTITH, KB -, Applicant J aLJLjcan^lhB Court lo be P*Jf* Court. District "A", on f lilh day of March IttfO M -. HA TALMA. LOv * FOUND LOST tr TICKET Seria, Q1M1 •amp lo Glance Pond. St Thomas 7 3 •"> to. ft Germs N n 7 Miiiufes LrSn aer*rn. S n i r l '' >, i ,,n '--%  % Craew^ hl fl aBd " %  • tar. % %  l Mii 1 i-* ', r,,h a '"' <" h ^' %ttifhL. "•*" n *nia 1 va only *!*•{*?!?" P" *• %  ** "6 At-'CTION WEDNEBDAY 81h at I p m BELFI&LD HOUSXNG SCrTEMT, BLACK ROCK. .. double roofed board and shingle house w.ih arsad-kltchan. W.C. Bath and water in the yard4 18 x f x 8 painted In and out. land ran ba ranked #•* par monlb, IMMEDIATE VACANT TOsssWJalON. Cash on fall of Harnaxer B ARCHasR McKEM/.IF. OFFICIAL NOTICE BARBADOS. IN THE AaBIITANT COIRT OF alftU 'Equitable JurisdlcUc-*. KsWNETII CLIFFORD BROWNE BYRON WILLIAM DURART "•"" AJICHER Ii.Kr.dsat lK I It PU ? u "' c o( %  rt ln < %  Court in the above action made on the 5th flay Jssnu ary, iwo. I g, ve notice to ail Persons having any estate, right or inl*(•jn or any lien or lncumbranca affect%  aattSsK t 1^ M i n p,#c OT "•' ol land SVJSM 1 *. '* Cnt> HtU to "*• PWh ol Saint Lucy in this I %  land containing ba %  "nj""rainnt three rood* twenty one Pf. ct f* or iheraabouU abutting and bounding on land) of B Sainn*. Charles Uromes, M. Greaves, II. Griffith. B .Skinner. H. Qrllath. O. Armstrong, John (.nmth and on the public road or 5^T'. "ZL *"* %  %  "• ""*> %  %  but "o bound, to bring before me mn account of their said claim* with their witnessaa, oocumenU and voucher*, to be examined ma on any Tueeday, or Friday beaen the noun of 11 moon) and 3 lock in the afternoon, at the Office of r Clark of the Assistant Court of Appeal at the Court House Bridgetown, before the 15th day of March. I860, in ir that such claims may be ranked according lo the nature and priority heieol respectively; otherwise such parana v. ill be precluded from the benefit %  J th raid Decree, and ba deprived ol all claim oa or against the said property. Claimants are also notified that Ihey muat attend the said Court on Wednesday the lith day of March, ISM, at 10 oclock am. when their -Bid claima will be ranited. CABLE and WlrMrea ir 1 > Ltd NotrajniUer. 9 S Ore ilia is Ladv %ri£r*'zsri, P^U.-. si ^.Vai "s^SS" s < r.i.r,., ss p.lm. HilU. ss n," imi2m*.m'*JL?S!!£: %  < S Abu. as RrnjiUU. S ov. S5S Si "" of SMS?^ a I e MBi S S UpMi PUnl. a laimi sOIII JEr7 ..dp.^_ U Ai w S !" aa !, ? !" ,"^,J5Sr De Jutsby %  fjag | S MaairetanJa fl.S S S ^Uuju4i ARRIVALS By B W I A L From Antigua. Padrtak Mrjjonald. Ttwor FOx. Maurtor DaVARTURES By B W 1 A U l'r TrtrUdad. Mr* Kate Maiuark. Miut Madaleiix IBaltnrttg. Mr Ktanlev \Liilex-X> ukra Ella Barrow. Mr Josxt DaMontbrun Mr* RiorVera DeMontbrun. Mrs Roaarntand Fenno. Mr Ian Bruce, Mr II Itar>tti Pel %  Iraaaggaj ^l 1 *^?^"* Mr %  Aubyn Cato, Mr E llunte. ^Ger trudo Ebarstada. Andree P Boitat. F*>r (leorgetown Berrr* Kamniuer. Mlaa Evelyn Oulnam, Mr* Marlam r>can Jamaica Griffith. Mr. A ran Karp. Mr Raahid -'onn Sfaeilay Mordersu. Mr Donald Khali Mra Garirude Adanat. Mr* **npbell FrrgUBsMi. Mr John Barlow Jirllth CIWl*Uanl. Mr MWuiie re. Rev IsKsn Millar Michai Ftom Cd. TVujiuo (til I. J RJOSKIMI. Mr* Clega Ship's Repairs Going Ahead MtJM Overtlue U.S. Spy Confesses \ Before Sofia Court SOFIA. March 7. VerdicU and sentences are expected here to-night or tomorrow momini in the trial of five bul%  wrlaru accused of spying for the Ajnerlcan lesiaUon In Sofia. whose examination concluded ihls morning. First witness to-day .was Jlvke Kindova, a legation crnploi,.uno pleaded guilty. Rindova said she had worked at the American Legation nominally aa a switch board operator, but in fact as an intelligence agent. She was in contact with many people since condemned for espionage as well as with Titoistagents. She said that in April 1S47. ahe took an oath of loyalty Is her cmuloyers In the presence ol actinx American Consul Cleveland and Consular Official Bayoumain who were in fanthe heads of the American Intelligence ta B-ilgaria." She met Mr. Heath shortly after nla arrival In Bulgaria as a Understates Minister, and called on him frequently at his office and hi! home. Rindova said. She said she had received monev from Mr Heath, a total of 114 OOf leaves. She .ilso worked for "Color.e>':it/in,h. ihc American Military Attache." She said that from hetalk.s with Mr Heath u .,.,. ,1,.,, the Americans were determiner to see the whole of Macedonia including Bulgarian Macedonu Incorporated In Tito's Yugoslavia She described a visit to the commercial town of Pleven, northeast of Sofia to get Information ior Mr. Louis Charles (V, k United States commercial attache —Sealer ..ITS.Considering thai the fire which broke out on the 84-ton motor schooner "Cachalot" while docked on Friday lasted three? hours, the flamage is less than was expected. Captain Richardson told the "Advocate" yesterday. The mainsail and &tems*aysail were completelv destroyed by the fire. Timbers in the engin* room burnt V 4 of an Inch deep inri similarly has the undeipart vW d ,f lhe subchaser It sighti-d or if there is any information i.( Subchaser Signal 3rd, is reported to have left St. Thomas on February 2S enroute to Miami and la considered overdue, according to a cablegram received at the local Harbour and Shipping Department vestcrday. The ship is 110 feet long, carries white paint on the masts and a radio dome on trie forward mast. A broadcast has been made from San Juan to all ships and stations equesting that the office be adSHIPPING NOTICES The Sch-usrver 'Zita WonrLr will accept Cargo and Piiiiagajii lor Trinidad, sailing Wedneada. %  tli March MAIL NOTICES M ail* for SI. Vincent. 11 TrtrUdad and Briuah GuJaty UM SB Liaty Nelson cloeest at tha General Una ee undsu:-Parcel Mall at 3 p m m the i*th March 1800, Ragristered aiv. C>dlna*ry Malta at 8 30 a m .DM am March isat. Malta for Martinique. An:igx ~* Cavila. St Ttsomas. V t and York by the s S I I Will ba closed st 1 •he 4 p.'na. on tha 10th 1 March If* Orettnatrr Mattl at 10 II a m. o the Uth March ISM Mall* tar Dtsmmica by Schnonar Molly N Jonee will cloaed al tha General Poet Offin I'tarrel. RegUtarad and Osduiar Malla at tl 13 p in on ti March IBSO HARRISON LINE ODTWABD FROM THE UNITED KINGDOM Daa SS. "CUSTODIAN" SS. "LLOYDCREST" SS. "ATLANTIAN" SS. "COMEDIAN" S S KXI'LORER" London London .. I-lverpool . 14indon Olaaatrs 7th Feb. 25th Feb. 8th Mar. 11th Mar. End Mar. 8th Mar. lJTh Mar. -3rd Mar. 30th Mar. Mid April HOMEWARD of the deck. Fortunately, the engine has been saved. It is in good condition except for certain electrical arrangements which will have to be replaced. The engine was kept " rdur ". J^***,,' !" !" S ', V '"covered with water while the enW .'" " Cape Verde laUnda. any its whereabouts. LONDON, March 7 The Portuguese auxiliary sailing vessel. Ollicsv, is twelve day: %  vcred with water while the engine room was ablaze and that was responsible for Its not being destroyed. The generator la still O.K. Repairs are getting uhead quickly, but the vessel la expected to spend another two to three weeks here. Pieces .it timber are being let Into the places where holes were made for an outlet of water. The burnt port on Monday for~SL Thoiiiai. timbers will be scraped and two manned by Captain Schlest and coata of paint applied. crew of eight. "The fire was fought well." The "Serva LaBarl" la on a said Captain Richardson. He had pleasure cruise around the West no idea of the estimated cost of Indies. It called at Barbados from repairs. Martinique. Lloyds Shipping Agency here reported to-day. The vessel left St. Vincent' on February 21 with a crew of seven and eight passengers.—Rrutcr. Yacht Leaved Port After a 35-day stay here. Yacht "Sarva I-Ulan,, (65 tons) left Recruiting Should Be Increased SAYS STRACHEY LONIXJN, March 7. War Minister, John Strachey. to-day said that Britain would find it increasingly difficult u maintain an efficient army In 1951 unleaa recruiting could be inI :.;IM,I In a memorandum on UuAna** Estimates, Strachey 18.400 volunteers were enlisted on normal fiinagcments during 1949. Owing to the lack of regulars, it has been essential to use National Service Men in all theatres over%  tH The Army Estimates, totalling £299,000,000 showed a net decrease of £5,699.900 for tha year. Thf reductions were partly counteracted by additional costs arising out of the situation In Hong Kong and Malaya. Defence Minister Chanuel Shmwell disclosed that Britain';' financial outlay under the Atlantic and Brussels Treaties was estimated at £119.000. The total included a new directorate of scientific intelligence.—Renter. FOK r.MTKD KINGDOM. Potaesea ., London 9th Mi For further particular, apply to 0A COSTA A CO.. LTE -AgenU. SS -IUIGHLI" Canadmn National Steamsliips lOt'TMBOt'ND GOVERNMENT NOTICE OFFICIAL SALE BAUDADOS IN Till ASSISTANT COt'BT OF ATPBAL %  Equitable JurladlcUoni. KENNETH CLIFFORD BROWNE THE BARBADOS POLICE TENDERS FOR THE SUPPLY OF 0REEN FODDER Tenders are invited for lhe supply daily of 340 lbs of Green Fodder for three months beginning from the 1st of April, 1950, for The Barbados Police ut District "A" >. Further information is obtainable from lhe Officer in charge BYRON WILLIAM DLBANT ARCHER T.S.I KHJIIAV 10th alpm UPPBR BANK IIAU. MAIN I OAD, MEW BOAKD A.V1 SHINGLE HOUSE 18x10x8. pine Hour immediate poaaaaalon. CASH ON FAU OF HAMMER R ARCHaK McKEMZ IF.. Aiirtsonrera 111.-) REAL ESTATE LAND at Amity Lodge, WorthingChrist Church, IT houie spot* varying f-om 8.000 *q ft to I1.0S0 sq ft NW road recently built, and %  rater service obtainable for each aeot from Vendor'' 4* water main, and electric eerv>e ro further partleuUra apply Mr N Alleyne. Fairway*. Worthing* or Dial SIM Term can be arrangedII.1 so :: % %  Defeneaat NOTICE ii hereby given that by virtue ut an Order of Uia Aaaiatant Court of Appeal dalad the 5th day of January, 19*0. there will be set up lor sale to lhe highest bidder at tha Oence ol the Clerk of the Aiaiitant Court of Appeal at tha Court llouae. Bridgetown, between tha hour* of. 11 inoon* and 3 o'clock In UM afternoon on Friday the nth day of March, I960. All that certain piece or parcel of land situate at Crab Hill In lhe parish ol Saint Lucy in this Island containing by admeasurement three rood* twenty one parchee or thereabout* abutting and bounding on land* of B. Skinner. Charles Brontes. M. Greaves. II. Griffith. B. Skinner. H. Orilnth. O. Arrnatrong. John Griffith and on the public road or howe/er else the same may abut and bound. ud If net then sold the *ald property will be *ei up for sale on every succeeding P. 'ay between the tame hours until lhe same Is sold for a sum not lea* than CI04. 1 L Dated this 5th day of January, ISA* I. V. UII.KRS. Ag Cleg* r.f tha A*-t. Court of Appeal. 7 IJS.—9n. riaiatia Mounted Branch, District "A" Police Station. ri IISOA \i . .JDiiaaa No. *S Roebuck Street. Just rebuilt Vary eullable lot Grocery or l^wvlglor. and Liquor bul-1 '.eaa. Tnapertlon on application Offerin writing HI be received by the i idetaurned %  JOapteMH. The public are herein •varnad .gains. giving credit lo m>y,ile OLADV: I1UTCJBEH nee ^idiford aa 1 do no Isold myself raaponalble for he* or an* i>ns> elae ooaitracting any debt or debts i iiiy name luilaas by a written tsrUri signe by me. Signed NATTIANrEIRUTCIIER. I'l.^i-n i SI. James T 3 50-3. "SkanayMda". ~ aaa Oardena 18.1 *Tn atAJJSBlIRY". Gun Hill. Oiarmlng cmtntry hefoa atariding on the iiajomlt of this ouSaUndinc view point giving tii.nvkdlrd pirturaa over a wide area Tii* well bulR modern atone properi' has bean erected a eufneient time f it to heroine mated into Its r, uiMin .sri There are J rareoUon. 1 bed -ooma. 1 .waneVdhe. gMagaja. ataWaa. nock pans Carriage way encuclM houaa Taleprsane and all amenltiee Appro* 8 acraa DtXOK 4 BLAlKW ReeJ EBtate AgamU. Aur ll a n aar r PlanUbana Dulktlngej, Phone 4640 tSSf** L5*^^ %  '"Odaea, (rom —. _. money 'MF PMhaga. Gat "Psjoi your < herniat !oda y and r*>rwwa.1 IB. her-a: 1 *' tl u %  ;i/9 RaTTRXAT. Six atan'a Bay. St Pete* Charming old world rtiutttry homo very ,iidl> any debt or debts In my iiame unle** ^ a wntlan order signed by me FTTE OgflALD WATTS. St. Bernards Village St Joarph s a so—an LIQUOR LICENCE NOTICE 3. Tenders should be forwarded In sealed envelopes addressed to the Colonial Secretary (and not to any officer by name) so as to reach the Colonial Secretary's Office not later than lhe 21st of March, 1950. 6 3 50— ln. Bevin Receives Sc human LONDON, March ~ High level advisers writprsjgent when the British Foreign Secretary, Ernest Bevin. received tht> French Foreign Minister, Robert Schuman ;l the Foreign Office this evening. Sn William Strang, Permanent Under Secretary, Sir Ivone Kiikpatnek. the head of the Foreign Office German Department, and Mr. M. E. Denlng, head of itie For Eastern Department, WPwith Bevin. i..u v \n.-„.; I AN-AI1A.N CHAIJEMGEM l.AIY RODNEY 1.AUY .fnJKIN l-XUY RODNEY I-VI1Y NEliON UDY RODNEY ll\h My alsi Mai Ml. Hai Stth rab itth Feb 10th Mar SffU) Mar llth Apr IBtt \:., 3rd June 3rd July ITth Mar llth Apr ITth May BMSi MM 51h Apr 33rd Apr ?0th Mar •th Apr. 94th Apr 37th Uay NOATMBMUND Barbado. Barbado. Si John l-ADY NEtSON I.ADY niM.Nr.Y IAI1V NFJ.SON. 1ADY RODNEY I^DY NEJ.StiN 1J-DY RODNEY 11s Mar ITth Apt •th Ma •tl, J\m 3Tth JunalSth STlh Ju 3Bth SEnd Mar let Apr 2nd Appr nth Apr 18th Apr — rrth AM IK ," 125 r* — 5S MS linn J.u. isth Juno itn jun 8th July loth j utv 7th Aug flth Aug. NJL-Aubleet to chajia* without notice I bora, raaaanaar rare* and freight GARDINER AUSTIN & CO.. LTD. — Af agfts. Cm LE.. IIIWSVIIIMI.MI FRENCH USB Sailing to Trtnlda* "GASCOGNE" "MISR" "GASCOGNE" "MISR" ... "GASCOGNE" March llth AprU 19th May 0th May 24th SaUIng la i-lymfKiU March 2 lit AprU 4th April 20th May 13th May 31st for further particulars apply to :_ R. M. JONES & CO., LTD.-Agents. NOTICE BARBADOS GENERAL ROSFITAI. mxOJOi TtNDERS will b* received at no Hospital up to 11 o'cloek iwu o> i^seadaj/, 14th March, 19*0. tor the MAK* iNa or VHtrouMfi FOR MM.I. •HIHSES AND POirrXIU for a periol if ona yeaa* from 1st April. ISM Tesider forms will be aupplled on ap>licaason to the SMwetary. General Ho*.iilal. and tenders will not ba entrrtaind i<>cepi ihey are on forms supplied by haHoapltai. I'...un. lenderlag aiatl sabaiU al Ike llaaa af teaaarlaf letter, free. Iwe alher per.tin. haawa le B*M*B prsaeiit. '•• eeeasia* ik.it •llllaiaesa ts heeeaae baaa* aa **r*tla* far Ike falkl-isal -I Ike .nun Ft rt her paieJouhn mary be obbfine from the Scsriwtary, General Hoapltai W. GOODMAN sr. n < %  8 1W JII NOTICE BARBAOOB .1 M IT M HOSPITAL SEAIiD TENDEJUI will Is. recnywd •t tha Hoaptlaj up to 11 o'clock noon ... Tuaaday. Uth March. ISOO. lor supply ing ariicle* at the following Una* for pwjod 0 f x .nonta, ,,„„ m AvfU 'Ii PMDSH UkEAD 'Si AL COH OL tJ*m£T "" l ^*'ve lender, wil be snpplkad on iigg IIBMIIII to the tar <-* of ,ha olr-Ul lOr-g^uT er.dara will no, he ^3inel e.c^, er:rc^' ottr -~ wwi All article* fumiahed ahagl be ol tne ben quality .aid be subject to tha •SPfejaaio| ihe Medical *ip-onlendciit who* decision shall ba final In innrd LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE THE application of William R Jordan Uquor Laoanae No iron oa •SO granted to Evelyn King In reapeal >t a 3 Moray wail building known V •Colonial Hotel Tudor Street, St MiI ael for ptimlaoliiii to uae said l.ncii • %  I bottom of a 1 ctorry -all building cnown aa tha "Bsnaary" Nalaon Streei Dated this 4th day of Mamh 19*0 To Jf A TALMA. Fq l*o;.c* Magislmta, Dlat A Signed WUJaAJI R JORDAN Appllcanl N B Thl* application will ba ron*i%  ered at a Ulcanaing Court ia> be held il Police Coisrt, Dtatrlct 'A', on TuaarUy he HUi day of March IBM al U o'clock. sSfaVtaV' la MOB agld l.iqo. 1. and akuaMUe shop near front ru, of Two Mil* Hah. SS SCkthaga llale -.( M.n-, LtW TV E A. MadJaTJO. E-q Pobre M*tf**il0. Diet A Signed FITZ GUIATONK. for Applicanl N II Thl* aopllOattlon will be to •Idared al a LiconalnoT Caun to ba he •t Ptoliee Court, Dtstrkt "A", on Fridi the llth day of Maseeh. ISM. a II oclo. B A MrUEOD PoUce M ggdat r a l e. Dut A 8.1.50•nel Sur%eyors. PlaMaU Q. .57. Service Jatna In giving a hearty Welcome Royal Visitors For beat value in Properties Contact RALPH A. BEARD FV A. (Auctionerr a. Eatate Agent) Who has available with immediate poaaokeslon. Numerous Properties, situated in Good residential areas and on the Coast. Ranging from £2,000 to £5,000. -Morfoagrs easily arrangrd Office hours 8 a.m. to noon dally, at Hardwood Alley opposite Cathedral. Phone 4*363. after hours 8402 At your service in all coni iriandf. r*f*ee* leaden.. „ %  MM af taaderini i,u,„ peris)*, kaaan i* p.... t reaatag ibelr triiiiat •aa* as *ar*iii %  „, ..•.in.i lltr laiaseat af tie ulan may ba obusil^u"' al the General llospiui W GOODMAN SarreUiy a 3 % .'„ I Oil SAI I HOUSE SPOTS HI IIIHM. SITES Cash or Easy Terms From 10c. ptr Sq. foot up ELECTRIC, BUS and WATER SERVICES AVAI1.AMLE — at 4 WEU-HES. now KINGSTON OAJU3CN KINGSTON TEHRACE through from Government Hill to Kiniiimi H,a.i. St Apply ERNEST D, MOTTLEY. Ofnce. Coleridge Street. %  "•I 3Ser Bridgetown. VIEW GUEST HOUSE HASTINGS. BABBAIHIS EXCELLENT ( 1 IS1M FULLY STIK Kill BAR "MIS: $5.00 prr Day ft upward. lll.lllMV. I Apply— Mrs W s. 1I0WELL DE ABREU .. for . LADIES' and GENTS' TAILORING. Marhill SI. : Phone 2523 VOf*VV>1Vi LINOLEUM CARPETS Sites: It by 7"/, tt :„..l 10y, ft by 9 ft Aim LINOLEUM IN ROLLS 6 ft. wide All very reasonable in Price. ys come around \D\ KHTiSE. . . IT PAYS. WILLIAM FOGARTY LTD. I When shopping days toke a look af what m, have to o/Jer f V *> ^F E MAZ TEA; PINK. RED I CHUM /SALMON; SWIFT BEEF I VEGETABLES; KRAFT CMKCSK Is MACARONI; EVAP. MILK; MEAT ROLLS; PALETHORPE SAUSAGES. FRUIT SALAD, ROYAL B. POWDER; SLICED felNEAPPLE; PINEAPPLE JUICE t JELLY CRYSTALS. SEE US AND PLACE YOUR ORDERS'. John n. Tufflmr A. Son* Dial 4335 Ltd. INC. IN B.C. a CONTINUES TO UPHOLD THE TRADITIONS OF FINE TAILORING TO-DAY. as ever before . . f'OGARTY'S u in the lead with up-to-the-minute Stvling for MEN'S SUITS. HIGH QUALITY WOKKrVANSHIP and attention to details carried to Perfection. ORDER YOUB NEXT SLIT NOW! We have lbs Finest Selection of Suiting, in Stock. Roebuck Street LIGHT & POWER TROUBLE FREE INSTAL "LISTER" ALTERNATOR SETS 1.71 X.W. OUSEL DSIVIN ALTEKNATOB* II. I 1* It K.W. B.W. K.W. .W. AU rosaalsl* wllh SwItchaMrski aa* AaSaaaalk Vallage Bsnassra COMPLrrE RANGE Aly OF SPARE PARTS IN STOCK I TWE BARBADOS FBCIVDMY LuL WaH. rack KoaS Mai UU



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KfJuroda; Hart-la H 1S0. Smrbaka Miwrate W/' FIVE E.VI% B'DOS WELCOMES^PRINCESS ALICE WPJSAJVDS CHEER THE ROYAL VISITORS •tfBADIANS P right royal welcome U %  -Rovil Highness Print -v. U, and the Rl. Hon. Tlu L; „f AtauvBC K.G., when K arrived by ihe H.M.S iSarow'' :,,r '' 'hree-daj "Jtre yesterday afternoon T early as .even o'clocl JL mcnuni :. Scavc igh K JEmr Square a face lift. There r T --l|M and shovels every!0on Ihe Square was broor l*S"j a ~ a number of people JJbtmlv enaued in decorating ZpuWiiBuildings with rings and !LB| and •' %  •" %  th hhiDa ^ j* schooners in the Careen began lo hoist their flags of !" ta7decoration of the burinea* ^of the City commenced STgudd*'' Union Jaetw. enmMtf' flit ind minting In red, EtTaid blue began lo spring %  v if by manic over Ihe dry 1 wpnt houses and by 4 pm. Ewwn and some of its enrim aere a mas of billowing pDsUf colour jit this lime school-children in igrir .*w and threes were pen hurrying towards TrnfalgaT hire to secure an early point nf ^^Sgf below the rush. Taxed To Utmost j% 4.15 p.m Trafalgar Square ||emy commanding view had Bg taxed to its utmost capacity ri owr the whole assembly an Id tense and silent' expectation 'j'HorsxNos ihi milabfcr A PANORAMIC VIEW •I Want To See De Earl"Wmh An Earl Look Like jttlO p.m. a busy worker took HW in the Square as he did Prom about 4 p.m "schoofeMIci br.sk IW minute polish,,,. rr .„ ,, ld „„,„'; "J !" '*; IB, ulutirubase. Uwoualw, up 0 n the s d \l (Ochmcm of cadets drawn At that time, they !" ul !" Jvtae ermere• H !" n „u,„l w ,l ,,„, ..,,.,., R ; Lodge School Cade, nUM ^^ ecommand of Cap,. Thc Gover ,^. ^.^^ b „_ .he Wharf at 4.1a eel ,.|oseljbehind bv Major .. . . sk *wes-Cox. left Government Mute later four hundred House about 4.05 In ,. %  WVuH." ?f"a a £ A for ,lw rr v "> %  'be Ghuoow. I B. Williams Island Comp 0 i,„ were k busu %  Mr. entered the Square and that as the crowd steadily mcreaa%  their position on three ed and becair. at the Square People ttarted to gathft yesterdav .n the pneinta .1 Govurnrnent Kouae Gate-Belmonl approacli GlMgon reached CarHgle Bay, the %  B over 500 started to press a little treat As time passed on, ex towtt A shout from the crowd along Constitution Road gave warning and thc lirst pew 01 Mounted Police Guards came into Cheers. shouting and various expressions as to the uppcnaiH. of the Princess and Earl could inheard amidst the crowd as the escort approached the 11 Two mounted guards more lee tt Glasgov nincd ii %  %  ^ the land in* steps at S !" e lhrou i "wcfrnment and after taking in the !" knu of t hp Royal •<:•> hands led the i ..nxious. One man, proving his I fnlloucd by the mot I Burn of lighter colour was wa3 C. 0 T ward "* "' want to SM i which brought Lb hi when at 4.35 p.m. one of T%„i te?iVu'J "'""* '" scv w "h I ai-companird by thc Ified. perched on the Nelson a SSLiS i'^' it to obtain a commandtr J mnn ,' Roa £ w clo! a l > fiv of thc proceedinKK. fell "i !" c £* r 4 30 P m bffound when a piece of thc Z^ 'e P' 1 e of kfeUW fell U) the ground. b *ip"? piiotographer Earl l(H>k like. Belmont Road ifter 4:tn cl thai area were of thc '"'/'. Ifaa road for the Royal %  %  Cati i ibnor-ocoml, exclaimilr ^ 1S m be hud seen >hi %  fte Roval Party on arrival liBCla, SI. Vincent. Grenada I he had not vet iBymini: .'pproachinp the %  Re of the BarbatHan re\o.iin Cheered lad Mis Grantley Adam %  at 4 43 p.m. lo lake up IfBitton near the salutlnl mm .he Royal party would iberof le-al dignitaries. PJB. a Guard of Honour _ awmben of the Bar. jfcBmenl. looklns the> wore I". time, look up heir poel. the Square They were pre% the Police Band. Iji4 p.m. the Government %  J*W Combermcre entered •enacc to the accompanl[inouts and cheers from I hniii the approach idini steps lo the Wharf 'Pm. I1 W Royal Highness T Alice, pieced,,i b> Ills i the Governor, e leaders. "tt of the Srd _Rangers was afforded mitj to perform, per'mosl ouUAnding -good I %  '". ""' ''"•' "' Her .atonT *" ""•• "'* fe"" n > iMted but twent*"f and at J.SO p.m. %  KWHS. 0 ' rowd wnirh had i Governor, and the G lary. Hexl were seven inuuntc• Myal "iimrnl Krriteton IK -it 11^1 %  %  i rtimenl Ro*aw In mrei kerttecble "" %  "' >'l! Ii (iHrrten l l.e< %  Houw ror abe %  "•" til Sis I IB W in i membera ..i tta BarbaatM itecimmt m inlroi tn. v. ill .-sist in Government Presents Housekeeping Estimates — Say ft \i la ms Mr. ii. H Ad i Dt liiKincm! %  %  ",iics on ;i "noun k< i pinj He pointed out that Qovati uould not I rngramine Inn would ture whn I legun. i %  • %  %  '. H liam I ttMMghl !" should aaln the .,; :nen,ber on Ul left aid •eitioo, t... ., budflM which thl %  itose to i ml in tha waj Lituro. uembeni would am tha cow •>( the draft oi i-ONDI in atea goodly speakmg '"ii Churchill to-day thaihaj with koarta I %  intlea as to Dtog to happen lo tha md the UCUlg -hi i vein ii n %  Churchill \tlacks Liberals %  "'" ,! "-'" amend Again and bright gprillg sunshine lit the gaily decor|SaluU from mlled asidi |ua> wharre they were dinto sel fool in Lngiand ^ 1 S,1 J" : ', hl ', M. Auriol and his party men I Vaagaara PRINCESS ALICF: Aruniiuitiiaik in |he Arotnaiiilii harbour. The al 12.55 p.m. Dover Castle and tin %  %  %  in almost picture post"the warm have had for a long time—more like May rig on the quayside rai f Gli uceati khaki unlf< nn of a full General < hlfhael Reooh Irand Commander of the Legion De Honeur. With him was Meaalgnor Masslgu, thc French Ambaaabdor, and the members of the suite which will be in attendance on the President during his visit. \romaacheb had docked the Duke ol tcr went aboard and in the name of the King and <*juccn rhe.i Pvea Auriol and r... wile cam I Dover. Dover Thanks then walked aatdi waiting for him el %  ui a moment to %  i nd out the %  pie to the Pregideit. of the train three minute H was due to leave. An address of honour was prei iara 'A Dover lo ; lent on his u We welcome not only as the President of the 1 ubllc of Prance, but as the man who trom the beginning played so gallant a role in the to our common enemy Twice in the last (our decades the people of France %  Britain have made common cause It) the defence of fre. civilisation. Since we of Dover lie nearest to you and shared with so many towns in France thc gun power of the common a. are animated to an especial dear.se b> the sympathy and admiration fell i>y our fellow countrymen ;< %  the courage, resilx | hearl and %  peopa I nir kejfta oi Trial | The French I'residenl. bwa "throughout so imny years of trial, your adUti .it .is a symbol of thc hope that never ceased to burn ;ian." %  lie i en I traditinti of which H| coastal cities—and most notably i. %  .-, i itl town of Calais—has iw by the expa nartyrdom ft on acr 3 the & ol the Barbados Regiir. Saluting Base. Trafalg;.i Food Further Subsidized In British Honduras llorbadin Adv. BaXIZE, Brit Hondura 'ina further The Governmenl %  %  subsidized The pureto ernmeut expects rood %  It. i ibH KIIIH THO I'htii Drowns Self Menus Bloadlau, headmaster ol i. aerondary school al :elephrniliiui ig to the Mem Umatea Mr. Adams said' hie members will scorn (hat Ihat the estimMoi Qan %  mning of the financial I $4,870,000. How Ihl ved at is set out in thi idum. General Revenue Hal%  1 i %  %  athadral belli %  ritend then '. i people % %  ntage Children eotti and women from gl are I along the Con• MI peae 3 ai April i. m* $5.o25;ooo. Revised Estimate ..: nail lMO—50 M.475 by (Estimate re SWMRO CM DeflCII lor the to sway tii. ,,, e bemg c said. uh ara last year made chargeHnlame %  ifrenl Mm dilute re%  : • III went on "The r**tot.ihon of th %  • nt of confldence i mttei iKistihi It tit tar %  4 HTII VI this i i last year by th. %  \ ho was then in id.,. I imates that whal api plus then mkgai be ream 'ieniuii'1 • Ian to Di • I wenl on to say that Ihis aattm'ii' H "( S40S.000 was I 1 II % %  Got %  MUM %  %  arnmanl • ini.ioyees. ieal with th, leelly. the Mei i out Ihat th. Current Revenue and Expend!



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PACE TWO BARBADOS ADVOCATE WEDNESDAY. MARCH CaJixb Casing B EFOrtrtmidday yesterday most of the ships In the harbou and several of the schoonors in th< careenage, were covered In flag? ,, in preparation for Ihe arrv H.MS OUaic*. bringing HRH Aliaand the Earl ol Athlone. Everyone was doini their share to see that they received a Royal Welcome o Don't G LNTaVat you are pianni.ig t> WMT your Army Issui medals to-th* evening reception: at Government House, don't, only miniature replicas are ii on-er for evening occasion* The Same Spot fiJVI r**RLY yesterday ' ternoon lBarba to M omgeat. Chin* u fliap'.ared in this. (> Q Just imaaine i <*) 12 with it TQM atfajtat mata a ma. %  9 H> mat** uw ear aw drora. %  • i errmi* from UM nm letter. (3> tA Einp:i ol iM aouae rwi. ,4.1 18 Haenlj a~ a On* tnuai consider mis ID a rortlfo eountr?. C la ealrnaaa. 1O1 ii Soli of a aort. (4) it H->* the Preach would aaacr.rrtnni paai ooa'a oeat. |Ai ib Maintain of raaaona i5i ifl Mow p mu*i aharpen up. %  *< n On* rr.ua* tacp awake to *e* •ptUa oroauclDB thl*. IBI Ask your Mother to five you Aahinti A Parv*.a lufanti.'ow* liata a ag at tertUDg time. Tary rawan aMlioiia, eaol lb* btnnd and an ahatJuUi me aacond ot FrruarT ia day wa Bod ends a calm. >$ The deer i let down from. A oointao mlaaiie. 14. A catcnini Uiioi whicn in a loaa. **" .. ..me period TUI* rurau ad d-aw ieaaitudded inaktikln choker aoara HERBERT MASTERS, for many years ha... Kta The Bank of Montreal j~ U just retired and is wintering, BI Cacrabank Hotel. This is hii" ... u iMt to these Islands, of Working and Very nappy tfeg rias often dreamed, and i rj--iHE 20-ton >mack Ruben which I r is more than charmed with' f SUC nt three days at Antigua lOS and hope* to come, m ( continued its journey to Venetre oftt'ii. xuela on 20th January with fifty<> c> %  Spanish refugees aboard, must For Ten Days 1 have met with exceedingly good SSISTANT MATRON MISS| weather and withJh* help uf j by Kalhleea By" AmbattaAon Th*< V 0 "* Lmdtm*m *t-ek* tjK the tiayr MR onco again in Barbados on their second visit. Staying at the Hotel Royal they plan to be here for about ten days. They arrlveo on Monday by B.W.I.A. a Plan to Visit Rome M H. H. S PERSAUD. Senior Magistnite, Georgetown, will oe going on a six months' leave shortly Accompanied h) I'ersaud they plan to join -i l'lgnmnge in Britain or America ano Rom during the Holy Year, Mr. A. R. Dickson, Bsrbadocborn magistrate of New Ainfterdam will act as Georgetov istrate during Mr. Persaud* absence. Ah-o planning to visit Romt Bg the Holy Year is Mr. A. A. 0 -tt 4 30 1Y1 American from PhiladelMe ^ 1Pe$u a ^ a s outfit Stores Ltd.. his way to his Virgin and Uinn ot Mp Arthur Wilson eldest dau.:: :;d home in St. Croix, where u( St Anne hi Trinidad. |, S CX Of a € was marr ci During his short slay in BarChurch to Mr A abados ftC s a gue si at the Four Xhj, Time for One Month eat son of M; V'towns is i Hawes. of Si orcri ids and wWat b England The C -rgaus, with a knowa coilscton in plate b> .-rangMr Durety. who to rtlJCtol ol blossoms Her bouquet was IL, v %  —— %  %  —* — — blush radiance roses and Queen arrive l by H n -" w "suaj Oniaro. and thev arrived hy T i' K Aiuu-'a Lace morning with all h tucked carefully In ID "|wn bag A Vai stop cart-M m his hai Ira U| for mj home rolx." Anligua"—Antonio Ribel. Wom out refugees they were :n Antigua but they mu;t have looked like tourists when they Unded in Venezuela in their new clothing. A Small World T WO Americans from Cleveland. Ohio. Miia Ada LefflnKMAHY IIENDRY. and ft.| !" "£E *StofiEi~ 0 iS: ~i " ="" *. Albert D. Levy. T„.or Si,ier Ml... C. Lanyon. bo.n f !" !" "^ yih" Molly I. Hawk who are on a Caribbean holiday. la thu. Ian querutous i (*) *>n;n* wiuiout muato. rSl Part >i taa window. ii \ letter from U Acroaa c*-uwa iipaet. 141 litre la a anua. (4) 15 Acro naturally i energy in the UAA fjtuiiun <#I ••aterswa ouMie. *raja. Qnot x. Saua. 9. Boom. iO. lUi il I. I'd Loo. la. Oacafa: iS. ^iraw %  12 OBa: 04 Urie: iti. SCO*'. W-: 1 A*lna> i_ %  %  H.-W I. ':V.' e raao* as frt Too lance of over six nunuieu im vs,„ rt „H ,. 1( ,i „, Itar than run. days accordin, w !. nd r ,,!",„,.„ worW %  • u,„ ..mien by one of Ihe g^^uto, we hav met Mvera .*?-!*• ^r.^ll'!, 0 1 *^ ood friends of ours who com. from Cleveland and are at present In Barbados. After Grenada they plan to visit T-inidad, Barranqullla and Jamaica. Film Personalities T WO of Britain's leading rUm personalities, David Lean, Wedding and MRS ALAN HAWES Orchid, Lover DONALD DOWNS. 30 M'A crew ._ of Antigua. The letter read follows:— "1 havt the greater! pleasure in greeting you and leting you know of our arrival In Venezuela without trouble. In the Dams of all the crew of the Ruben we greet all those we left behind tn Antigua who did so much for us. We are all working and very happy. I hope that you will send prominent director and his actm* me the pictures and show this wife Ann Todd, are in Jamaica letter to the priest:* who did so spending a holiday. They will be much for us. The crew remembers there for one month and are itaythe goodness of the citizens of Ing at "Blue Harbour**, Noel CowAntigua. In the name of all a milard's winter home on the nor.hlion embraces for all and long live side of Jamaica. ROYAL (Worthhgs) | NO SHOW TO-DAY § Thursday Night at S.3S \ Repuoln' Pictures presents : 5 Consta.ire MOORE. William MARSHALL EARL CARROLL SKETCH BOOK with Bill GOODWIN Johnny COY Songs Splendour Comely Romance Made by the makiet of BRYICREEM A FEW years ago Mr D. A NataSf was on a cruise whir), •ouched at Barbados for one nay On Saturday, accompat:.. .. Iff h* returned lor one montn'; holiday and Is staying at tht Marine They live In Simcuc. The Bridesmaid was Miss Betty < dress was of lavender LTgandie. and she carried a bouQjoct of horseshix^ ol nets and radiance roses. Griffith Mi Ajfthatt tman. The reception was held at th> Geologist Takes Time Out Wl< SLAOE REEDY GeologU Temporaialy In Caracas M K and MHS. E BOOTH who are out from England. and have been spending a nolida) With their tWO daughters a Cacrabank. have returned U Caracas where Ustg residing. Mi. Booth Is a Tcehmcia. '\i\lt the Shell Oil Co., at Car arat.is. wai an strnvaj on Monday morning b> H W I h •ides home and the i.fl he ship." "Jut betort he can grab Beppo. the litlle monkey, not liking 'he darkness, leap* dowo Hy Beachcomber Basement of Refinery, : A. ,i i„i.ilhnjt (or Barlow's bicycle Near Fuhguard, >hat old refinery at Fishguard Ilgfh will have lo be left leaning Feb 23 Mr Huier hasn't it -g-na.1 the wall, as there Is (By aired letephonet.) wi' 1 '' •''""; '"' *' larder here, until Agnes calls for (It mutOe <"^'0T1V understood s tht Fishguard: N Please get oft that anybody doing so, does ao. Mr Fuller Voung and old, rich |ht hi,Mu Niliieworlh. not only at his ou-n rtak, but at *>iiu pu-ir, all ovi 111 be rvtrybody else's.) ktrs. Nibbicworth. lelt pvi a voile to reH EIXOr . And my dear I <. Mining adH, ,.,„.< %  provided that he or she was wearing the quaintest hat '•" more *md mors peoots m wangg io record it, seems to be end of wrong message Cut rath er. at Fishguard I've told i eaal do anything about the *""' I" %  "• %  bicycle as It is nothing to do with ii boarded up. it is impo*< ^ . he line me i^av* ,t anywhere you please. sihle to see anything at ill Th* I '^uard 1 mean Ix>ny/hat on earth does il matter to o-at> reply on my telephone la don. ,ne whether It is called for hv VOU Iran, a voice which keeps on asklir your niece" ing me if a bicycle can be left U* -THEHE Is DO laidci He.e, but ow mece & larder here, to be called to' t\ coukhVI Ml Kiiln loan the a 8 each voter from Land's End %  ihewalli Ralnl I\u> John o' Groats, fmm the %  in another Hut ihe rain won't get it it if he Essex tidal flats lo the misty hills rotri I expUme.t that there was | eMV e* it mnde the house Who? of Wales, deposit* his bicycle in it-re, and found I was M h '. the ballot-box. Hello' Exchange 1 CRYPTOQVOTK—Here's how to work It: AXYDLBAAXR hi i • s .. i ii I. i > \ v One letter simply stands for another. In this example A is usea for Ihe three L's. X for the two O's. etc. Single letters. trophies, the length and formation of the Each day the code letters are different. A Cryptogram Quotatioa NGVV DSZ NBUUJ WHSDLSVRSL EMPIRE Republic presents THE RED MENACE with Robert ROCKWELL— Hanne AXMAN —Betty Lou OERSON—Barbara FULLER HOXY TO-NIGHT Laat Skow at 7.M 20th C-Pox presents Richard CONTE Valentina CORTESA THIEVES HIGHWAY wltlt l^e J. COBB Barbara LAWRENCE P L A Z A FOR TWO DAYS ONLY TUSSDAY T—THUR&DAY '• %  B WAJtNJDR peoudiy preaeni . Uu IX'PIND Dun. d,\KK WMii. Montus In DEEP VALLEY OPDTINQ SHORTLY "MABSACBI BIVE*-r WDBIJKo„ CAUIOO \OI A TH TLITB CIIEMA(MA0* il NIGHT at 8.30 BUTCHERS Present . Leslie BROOK—Jimmy HANLEY—Dinah SHERIDAN a "FOB VOU ALONE" A Tender Love Story with the music of ALBERT SANDLB and his Orchestra with HELEN HILL: also The Loota Symphony Orchestra. Soloist HEDDLE NASH. %  %  %  ,::v.:v,tnmmim 4.1 Oil I LAST SHOWING TONITE 8.45 Greer GARSON in "JULIE MISBEHAVES" OLYMPH l.aal Skew To-niihl at 9 p.m. Republic Smashing Double Janet MARTIN William WRIGHT KING of GAMBLERS and -miMi-ii vim;. OF PARADISE VALLEY" Allan LANE as RED RYDER BOBBY BLAKE Thursday at 8.30 p.m. LOCAL TALENT and MADAM TIAM KOOK %  IKO . %  >-. tY NO VI I I IIN Sf INTEBtEST NYLON STOCKINGS In New Shade! .UM •"* LACE all over :i In. wide In While, Belie. Black at '';' %  •""; Also l 11 n II :1111: Lace " !" •• '" %  "" I \lili s BELTS In a large Aaaortmenl ef eolears KITCHEN TOWELS good she to my offiiv in London JT^L-AflaTgW AJ.VBV Totn il Iha You cut me off . I know Mrs a-tju-i..n of il all ,^S 7^'^u V^ i. Ihreufh, but I am talking to Lon; ;i! '-k •*" %  %  •.,1"' „„„ 5u.ut her bicycle' Of course; I otersaregoll "" v> ••" I aan Mrs Nibbicworth and I don't are going to the polls all over larder here. I said there gaaal war.' UM Daily Express 1 want lo England, ami Aunt. U"il Alone CROWN GINGER BEER Good fur a Shandv SPEND a little RAYON BROCADE :i ins. Pink. Peach. Blue. I. .iiii-ii While H 81 rls. A beautiful ranter of delightful rolours. and SAVE A LOT! by buying these Special Offer Lines IVANS & WIIITFIEIDS DIAL 4606 DIAL 4220 Your BSIIUU Bgenl for \\ I si I MIS-. -.Mi Ml S II.IO u pair "It Hill pay vi.ll In buy quality ulu.ivHIGHTONE PRINTS in Bright Plaids and Flowers 36 Ins. wide a< 70 els. Just opened—and readf (or you All price), advertised are R.W.I dollars. Choose a HERCULES BICYCLE and MAKE Cycling a Pleaaure We can oiler • • GENTS, LADIES and the POPULAR SPORTS MODEL Also .. IMI. lights. Locks. Polishing Chillis. Oil Cans, and Lubricating Oil. Tilt: BARBADOS CO-OPKK AT1\ K t HI HIS I M TORY 1.1M1TK1) THESE ARE AMONG OUR NEW STOCK SAWS HAMMERS PLANKS—Jack. Smoothing, Block and Rabbil RULES SPIRIT LEVELS BRAlhs BREAST DRILLS COPING SAWs PLANE IRONS TABLE VICES SCREW DRIVERS OIL STONES, ETC., ETC. I?* SELECT YOURS EARLY THE CORNER STORE


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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: Wednesday, March 08, 1950
Frequency: daily
regular
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Spatial Coverage: Barbados -- Bridgetown
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Apr. 22, 1983-
Numbering Peculiarities: No issue published for May 3, 1983.
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KfJuroda;
Hart-la H
1S0.
Smrbaka
Miwrate
W/' FIVE E.VI%
B'DOS WELCOMES^PRINCESS ALICE
WPJSAJVDS CHEER THE ROYAL VISITORS
tfBADIANS
P right royal welcome U
-Rovil Highness Print -v.
U, and the Rl. Hon. Tlu
L; f AtauvBC K.G., when
K arrived by ihe H.M.S
iSarow'' :,,r '' 'hree-daj
"Jtre yesterday afternoon
T early as .even o'clocl
JL mcnuni :. Scavc igh K
JEmr Square a face lift. There
rT---l|M and shovels every-
!0on Ihe Square was
broor
l*S"j a~ a number of people
JJbtmlv enaued in decorating
ZpuWii- Buildings with rings and
!Lb| and ' " th* hhiDa
^ j* schooners in the Careen-
began lo hoist their flags of
ta7decoration of the burinea*
^- of the City commenced
STgudd*'' Union Jaetw. enm-
Mtf' flit ind minting In red,
EtTaid blue began lo spring
v if by manic over Ihe dry1
wpnt houses and by 4 pm.
Ewwn and some of its enri-
m aere a mas of billowing
pDsUf colour
jit this lime school-children in
igrir .*w and threes were
pen hurrying towards TrnfalgaT
hire to secure an early point nf
^^Sgf below the rush.
Taxed To Utmost
j% 4.15 p.m Trafalgar Square
||emy commanding view had
Bg taxed to its utmost capacity
ri owr the whole assembly an
Id tense and silent' expectation
'j'HorsxNos ihi
milabfcr
A PANORAMIC VIEW
I Want To See De Earl-
"Wmh An Earl Look Like
jttlO p.m. a busy worker took
HW in the Square as he did Prom about 4 p.m "schoofeMIci
. br.sk IW minute polish,,,. rr. ,,ld ,'; "J'*;
IB, ulutiru- base. Uwoualw, up 0n the s d
\l(Ochmcm of cadets drawn At that time, they ul Jvtae
ermere Hn u,lw,l ,,, ..,,.,., R,;
Lodge School Cade, nUM ^^
ecommand of Cap,. Thc Gover,^. ^.^^ b
_ .he Wharf at 4.1a eel ,.|oselj- behind bv Major
.. . sk*wes-Cox. left Government
Mute later four hundred House about 4.05 In ,.
WVuH." ?f"a aA" for ,lw "rr'v"> " 'be Ghuoow.
I B. Williams Island Com- p0i, were k busu *
Mr. entered the Square and that as the crowd steadily mcreaa-
their position on three ed and becair.
at the Square
People ttarted to gathft yesterdav .n the pneinta .1 Gov-
urnrnent Kouae Gate-Belmonl approacli
GlMgon reached CarHgle Bay,
the
B
over 500 started to press a little
treat
As time passed on, ex
towtt a shout from
the crowd along Constitution
Road gave warning and thc lirst
pew 01 Mounted Police Guards
came into
Cheers. shouting and various
expressions as to the uppcnaiH.
of the Princess and Earl could in-
heard amidst the crowd as the
escort approached the 11
Two mounted guards
more lee
tt Glasgov nincd ii
^ the land in* steps at S e- lhrou*i' "wcfrnment
and after taking in the
knu of thp Royal
<:> hands led the i
..nxious. One man, proving his I fnlloucd by the mot
I Burn of lighter colour was wa3C. '0Tward- "* "' want to SM i which brought Lb
hi when at 4.35 p.m. one of T%i te?iVu'J "'""* '" scv w"h I ai-companird by thc
Ified. perched on the Nelson a SSLiS i'^'
" it to obtain a command- tr J mnn,' Roa w clo!a l>
fiv of thc proceedinKK. fell "ic *r 4 30 Pm
bffound when a piece of thc Z^ '-eP'
1 e of
kfeUW fell U) the ground.
b *ip"? piiotographer
Earl l(H>k like.
Belmont Road
ifter 4:tn
cl
thai area were
of thc '"'/'.
Ifaa road
for the Royal

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ibnor-ocoml, exclaim- ilr^ 1S
m be hud seen >hi
fte Roval Party on arrival
liBCla, SI. Vincent. Grenada
I he had not vet
iBymini: .'pproachinp the
Re of the BarbatHan re-
\o.iin Cheered
lad Mis Grantley Adam
'-
at 4 43 p.m. lo lake up
IfBitton near the salutlnl
mm .he Royal party would
iberof le-al dignitaries.
PJB. a Guard of Honour
_ awmben of the Bar.
jfcBmenl. looklns
the> wore I".
time, look up heir poel-
. the Square They were pre-
% the Police Band.
Iji4 p.m. the Government
J*W Combermcre entered
enacc to the accompanl-
[inouts and cheers from
I hniii the approach
idini steps lo the Wharf
'Pm. I1W Royal Highness
T Alice, pieced,,i b> Ills
i the Governor, Bha am aaaBuit-
a flowered dress
I i.*l.'h """' "Tips of plain
laBdlnj on the skirt She
R~* bat and
"to match A sprig of
""wned her bosom.
Ii*!"1 "'Ibness took the
'f~f* '""" *e Guard of
" nan inspected them.
to txchaiiKe a few
I "at who won ribbons.
L"a,ns been piaaented .0
he then v,s,t-
Guide. Codet and
} >e leaders.
"tt of the Srd
_Rangers was afforded
mitj to perform, per-
'mosl ouUAnding -good
I . '". ""' ''"' "' Her
.atonT *" "" "'*
fe""n> iMted but twen-
t*"f and at J.SO p.m.
KwhS.0' '
rowd wnirh had i
Governor,
and the G
lary.
Hexl were seven inuuntc uarda and behind were thc Eail
Sevan*,
Bringing up the rear was M.35
with Major StoWes-Cox and the
' liting.
oreruneal RbuM
'l.ilc'. the guard turned nut and
lunded the Salute.
wag met .it 'he
door by three men dies-.
Indian Regiment uniform. The
crowd then diapi
Duke Of Gloucester Welcomes
President Auriol Of France
DOVER. KENT. March 7.
Ai"i.,iuli,-s bringing ['resident and Madame
Ihig mornMig a cottonwool misi
\\ luii The Princess
\* ill Do lo-flm
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inlroi tn. v. ill .-sist in
Government Presents
Housekeeping Estimates
Say ft \i la ms
Mr. ii. H Ad
i Dt liiKincm!
",iics on ;i "noun k< i pinj
He pointed out that Qovati
uould not
I rngramine Inn would
ture whn I
legun.
i
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I ttMMghl
should aaln the .,;
:nen,ber on Ul left aid
eitioo, t... ., budflM which thl
itose to i
ml in tha waj
Lituro.
' uembeni would
am tha cow >( the draft oi
i-OND- I in atea goodly speakmg
'"ii Churchill to-day thai- haj with
koarta
I
' intlea as to
Dtog to happen lo tha
md the
UCUlg -hi i
vein ii n
Churchill
\tlacks
Liberals



"'" ,!"-'" amend
Again
and bright gprillg sunshine lit the gaily decor- |SaluU from
mlled asidi
|ua> wharre they were din- to sel fool in Lngiand
. ^1S,1J":', hl', M. Auriol and his party men
I Vaagaara
PRINCESS alicf:
Aruniiuitiiaik in |he
Arotnaiiilii
harbour. The
al 12.55 p.m.
Dover Castle and tin
''
in almost picture post-
"the warm have had
for a long timemore like May
rig on the quayside rai
f Gli uceati
khaki unlf< nn of a full General
< hlfhael Reooh
Irand Commander
of the Legion De Honeur. With
him was Meaalgnor Masslgu, thc
French Ambaaabdor, and the
members of the suite which will
be in attendance on the Presi-
dent during his visit.
\romaacheb
had docked the Duke ol
tcr went aboard and in the name
of the King and <*juccn
rhe.i Pvea..... Auriol and r...
wile cam
I
Dover.
Dover Thanks
then walked
aatdi
waiting for him el

ui a moment to
i
nd out the
pie to the Pregideit. of
the train three minute
H was due to leave.
An address of honour was pre-
i iara 'A Dover lo
; lent on his u
We welcome
not only as the President of the
1 ubllc of Prance, but as
the man who trom the beginning
played so gallant a role in the
to our common enemy
Twice in the last (our decades
the people of France
Britain have made common cause
It) the defence of fre.
civilisation. Since we of Dover
lie nearest to you and shared with
so many towns in France thc gun
power of the common a.
are animated to an especial dear.se
b> the sympathy and admiration
fell i>y our fellow countrymen
;< the courage, resilx |
hearl and
peopa
I nir
kejfta oi Trial
| The French I'residenl. bwa
"throughout so imny years of
trial, your adUti .it
.is a symbol of thc hope that
never ceased to burn
;ian."
lie i en I traditinti of
which H|
coastal citiesand most notably
i. .-, i itl
town of Calaishas iw
by the expa
nartyrdom
ft on acr 3
the &
ol the Barbados Regiir.
Saluting Base. Trafalg;.i
Food Further
Subsidized
In British Honduras
llorbadin Adv.
BaXIZE, Brit
Hondura
'ina further
The Governmenl


subsidized
The pure- to
ernmeut expects rood '

It. i ibH
KiIIh Tho I'htii
Drowns Self
Menus Bloadlau, headmaster ol
i. aerondary school al
:eleph laiightei-in-law last night. I
' my wife SI i
Thay hurried to

ttseu


walked to the R
jumped in and was drov
Renter.
killing
Ihe King's
uncut

form.
Hep
i
1
they would have a position,
hat "'
i n rauni mean as vegards the
bensjbl in
e dollar areas, it was
- the aanetlon ol
hat the ( :
' March 31, 1951,







i eking i
i



think i era on


\.

i ii ye H
ever' availalaar v Mtagc
uoir.i y eaten day nfterni-on to
witness the arrival of Her
BOS .1 Highness Princes, Alice
and the lit. lion. Thc Karl of
Alhlone.
The Royal parly arrived hv
H.M.S. "OImsow" for n thre.
day visit
The
Royal Party aboard hove into sifht
of those at the landing at 6.02 p.m.
Three minutes later the craft was
alongside and was being made
fast. Princess Alice standing !..
the side of the Earl
hand waves and cheers of the
crowd.
The crowd cheered again and
the bells of the Cathedral began
to chime as thc Royal Party lande-!
m the following order: His
axrellency the Governor.
Royal Highness Princess
tha Rt Hon. the Earl of v
Savage, Princess
P.lvat.
1
Saluting Base The (Juai
Honour gave the Royal S
the Band plaved the
National Anthem. Inspection o(
the Guard followed next, the
Princess being accompanied by the
Commandant of 1-ocal r
In, by Lieut
OeJ Connell and by the Guard
Commander. Captain Chase
l time for
| chat with one of the members of
the Guard
I be Plesenlulmn
entailon of dignitaries to
the Pri
They had .dread.* taken up th-n
; the Saluting
ade the presenta-
tion, and for the next minute
nng from the

ful cm
iKiiitanefi to whom
Hi
ills Honour
, \,
'
uncll and then a Ivi

th-

H
an and Mrs
arty ra
lea and Rangn
I .'.'. :
lb


-inc. Kiev
had decided to COQtifl


I principal from
tiside'ntion.
The .Memi>rniliiui
ig to the Mem
Umatea Mr. Adams said'
hie members will sc-
orn (hat Ihat the estimMoi Qan

mning of the financial
I $4,870,000. How Ihl
ved at is set out in thi
idum. General Revenue Hal-

1
i


athadral belli
ritend then
'. i .
people
"
ntage
Children eotti
and women from
gl are I along the Con-
mi peae 3
ai April i. m* $5.o25;ooo.
Revised Estimate ..:
nail lMO50 M.475 *
by (Estimate re swmro
cm DeflCII lor the
to sway tii. ,,,e bemg
c said.
uh ara last year made charge-
- Hnlame


ifrenl Mm
dilute re-

: III went on
"The r**tot.ihon of th

nt of confldence
i
mttei iKistihi
It tit tar
4 HTII
VI this
i i last year by th.

\ ho was then in id.,.
I imates that whal api
plus then mkgai be re-
am 'ieniuii'1
Ian to Di
I wenl on to say that Ihis aattm-
'ii' H "( S40S.000 was I
1 II Got mum

arnmanl ini.ioyees.
ieal with th,
leelly. the Mei i
out Ihat th.
Current Revenue and Expend!-


PACE TWO
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
WEDNESDAY. MARCH
CaJixb Casing
BEFOrtrt- midday yesterday most
of the ships In the harbou
and several of the schoonors in th<
careenage, were covered In flag? ,,
in preparation for Ihe arrv
H.MS OUaic*. bringing HRH
Alia- and the Earl ol
Athlone. Everyone was doini
their share to see that they re-
ceived a Royal Welcome
o *
Don't
GLNTaVat you are pianni.ig t>
wmt your Army Issui
medals to-th* evening reception:
at Government House, don't,
only miniature replicas are ii
on-er for evening occasion*
The Same Spot fiJVI
r**RLY yesterday 'ternoonlBarba aw Carib noticed that an olt;.arnve*i i
wurnan standing in Trafalgar,,;..
had been in the same spot Hotel !
for a long time, wr (ir .a
In reply to the question as to Mr. R K
Author And Businessman
MR. W. CAREY WILSON,
aether and businessman of
Northamptonshire, Eng and, is
Barbados for about ten
holiday. He arrived or
Saturday from British Guiana by
I Lady Rodney" accompanied
his
Races broadcast
many people have be-

. was a new by his wv* and they are stay-
Ut- ing at the Ocean View Hotel
d far as He has written three books.
,. first being "Our Country and
tear*] doing Uw Ourselves"dealing with rural
hiteetura und published in
Iffl; "Spiritual Convoy
o
**
Royal Reception
I
philosophical kind of
ntten and published before ta|
last war and "Bread of Freedom .
a publication dealing
Konnmics in the general setting.)
This was published last summer.
Managing Director of two shoe I
Manufacturing companies, Mr. '
Wilson was until very recentlv I
on the United Kingdom Execu-
tive of the United Nations Asso- 1
lation and also used to do booki
..er land from riarht
. un ing now. and I plan to stay
here until she lands this
noon." l.
after-
she waj. |
Carlo that
I iin t
there
York'
lueen '
d reviewing for the British Wcekl
why she In this position M o Ihal T **
Here From Montreal
lli;
t to M ems > to m omgeat.
Chin* u fliap'.ared in this. (>
q Just imaaine i <*)
12 with it tqm atfajtat mata a ma.
9 H> mat** uw ear aw drora.
i errmi* from Um nm letter. (3>
tA Einp:i ol iM aouae rwi.
,4.1 18 Haenlj a~
a On* tnuai consider mis id a
rortlfo eountr?. C
la ealrnaaa. 1O1
ii Soli of a aort. (4)
it H->* the Preach would aaacr.r-
rtnni paai ooa'a oeat. |Ai
ib Maintain of raaaona i5i
ifl Mow p mu*i aharpen up. *<
n On* rr.ua* tacp awake to *e*
ptUa oroauclDB thl*. IBi
" Ask your
Mother to
five you
Aahinti A Parv*.a lufanti- .'ow*
liataaag at tertUDg time. Tary rawan
aMlioiia, eaol lb* btnnd and an ahatJuUi
me aacond ot FrruarT ia
day wa Bod ends a calm. >$
The deer i let down from.
A oointao mlaaiie. 14.
A catcnini Uiioi whicn
. in a loaa. **"
.. ..me period
tui* rurau lom tor a caante.
Ira
I (at
BM
'rom thl* opera
(51
aaaaaana. vmm -.- pw--i j bit anaMaMv ^A ^
Ibeiii imt umn baby ii fretful taro-iati -TTt-u
ASHTON ft PJkRSONS
INFANTS POWDERS
Why mothers use
Brylfoam
Le't h' iir-bart tiyl* gown
m black -city *>ad d-awieaa-
itudded inaktikln choker aoara
HERBERT MASTERS,
for many years ha...
Kta The Bank of Montreal j~
U just retired and is wintering,
bi Cacrabank Hotel. This is hii" ... u
iMt to these Islands, of Working and Very nappy
tfeg rias often dreamed, and i rj--iHE 20-ton >mack Ruben which
I r is more than charmed with' f SUCnt three days at Antigua
lOS and hope* to come, ,m( continued its journey to Vene-
tre oftt'ii. xuela on 20th January with fifty-
<> c> Spanish refugees aboard, must
For Ten Days 1 have met with exceedingly good
SSISTANT MATRON MISS| weather and withJh* help uf j
by Kalhleea By"
, AmbattaAon Th*<
V0"* Lmd- tm*m *t-ek* tjK
the
tiayr
MR
onco again in Barbados
on their second visit. Staying at
the Hotel Royal they plan to be
here for about ten days. They ar-
rlveo on Monday by B.W.I.A.
a
Plan to Visit Rome
MH. H. S PERSAUD. Senior
Magistnite, Georgetown, will
oe going on a six months' leave
shortly Accompanied h)
I'ersaud they plan to join -i l'l-
gnmnge in Britain or America ano
Rom during the Holy Year,
Mr. A. R. Dickson, Bsrbadoc-
born magistrate of New Ainfter-
dam will act as Georgetov
istrate during Mr. Persaud*
absence.
Ah-o planning to visit Romt
Bg the Holy Year is Mr. A. A.
0-tt 4 30 1Y1 American from Philadel- Me^1Pe$ua^as outfit Stores Ltd..
his way to his Virgin and Uinn ot Mp. Arthur Wilson
eldest dau.:: :;d home in St. Croix, where u( St Anne-hi Trinidad.
|, S CX Of a
was marr ci During his short slay in Bar-
Church to Mr A a- bados ftC ,s a guesi at the Four Xhj, Time for One Month
eat son of M; V- 'towns is i
Hawes. of Si orcriids and wWat b
England
The C
-rgaus, with a knowa coilscton
in plate b> .-rang- Mr Durety. who to rtlJCtol ol
blossoms Her bouquet was IL, v * * ..........
blush radiance roses and Queen arrive l by H n -" w"suaj Oniaro. and thev arrived hy T i' K
Aiuu-'a Lace morning with all h
tucked carefully In ID "|wn bag
a Vai stop
cart-M m his hai
Ira U| for mj home
rolx."
Anligua"Antonio Ribel.
Wom out refugees they were
:n Antigua but they mu;t have
looked like tourists when they
Unded in Venezuela in their new
clothing.
A Small World
TWO Americans from Cleve-
land. Ohio. Miia Ada LefflnK-
MAHY IIENDRY. and ft.|" "E *StofiEi~0iS: ~i " ="" *. Albert D. Levy.
T.or Si,ier Ml... C. Lanyon. bo.n f"^ yih" Molly I. Hawk who are on a Caribbean holiday.
la thu. Ian querutous i (*)
*>n;n* wiuiout muato. rSl
Part >i taa window. ii
\ letter from U Acroaa c*-uwa
iipaet. 141
litre la a anua. (4)
15 Acro naturally i
energy in the UAA
fjtuiiun <#I aterswa ouMie. *raja.
Qnot x. Saua. 9. Boom. iO. lUi il
I. I'd Loo. la. Oacafa: iS. ^iraw
12 OBa: 04 Urie: iti. SCO*'.
W-: 1 A*lna> i_
H.-W
I. ':V.'
e
raao*
as
frt
, Too .
lance of over six nunuieu im vs,rt- H,.1(,i
, Itar than run. days accordin, w!.nd"r ,,!",,. worW u,
..mien by one of Ihe g^^uto, we hav, met Mvera,
.*?-!* ^r.^ll'!,0.1*^ ood friends of ours who com.
from Cleveland and are at present
In Barbados.
After Grenada they plan to visit
T-inidad, Barranqullla and Ja-
maica.
Film Personalities
TWO of Britain's leading rUm
personalities, David Lean,
Wedding
and MRS ALAN HAWES
Orchid, Lover
DONALD DOWNS.
. 30 M'A
crew ._ ----
of Antigua. The letter read
follows: "1 havt the greater!
pleasure in greeting you and let-
ing you know of our arrival In
Venezuela without trouble. In the
Dams of all the crew of the Ruben
we greet all those we left behind
tn Antigua who did so much for
us. We are all working and very
happy. I hope that you will send prominent director and his actm*
me the pictures and show this wife Ann Todd, are in Jamaica
letter to the priest:* who did so spending a holiday. They will be
much for us. The crew remembers there for one month and are itay-
the goodness of the citizens of Ing at "Blue Harbour**, Noel Cow-
Antigua. In the name of all a mil- ard's winter home on the nor.h-
lion embraces for all and long live side of Jamaica.
ROYAL (Worthhgs) |
NO SHOW TO-DAY
Thursday Night at S.3S \
Repuoln' Pictures presents : 5
Consta.ire MOORE. William *
MARSHALL
EARL CARROLL
SKETCH BOOK
with
Bill GOODWIN
Johnny COY
Songs Splendour Comely
Romance '
Made by the makiet of BRYICREEM
A FEW years ago Mr D. A
NataSf was on a cruise whir),
ouched at Barbados for one nay
On Saturday, accompat:..
.. Iff h* returned lor one montn';
holiday and Is staying at tht
Marine They live In Simcuc.
The Bridesmaid was Miss Betty
< dress was of lavender
LTgandie. and she carried a bou-
Qjoct of horseshix^ ol '
nets and radiance roses.
Griffith Mi Ajfthatt
tman.
The reception was held at th>
Geologist Takes Time Out
Wl< SLAOE REEDY GeologU
Temporaialy In Caracas
MK and MhS. E BOOTH
who are out from England.
and have been spending a noli-
da) With their tWO daughters a
Cacrabank. have returned U
Caracas where Ustg
residing.
Mi. Booth Is a Tcehmcia.
'\i\lt the Shell Oil Co., at Car
arat.is. wai an strnvaj
on Monday morning b> H W I h
ides home and the i.<- d for about two weeks' acas, but Is soon being move
ii bebsc'spent at Powell Sphn; hot! Cardon the site -if the netv
Hat] Iletinery and Seaport
_____________1.
BY THE WAY
Rupert and the Caravan39
paper Irom iha vsUei Beppo ni*
m etcited chiller which make* him
turn *nl gUaoi upwird* When ne
aae p vrjng. tate. gafsag
rum Rodn back. W11 -
English
too glares berceiv betore
ind boiling oui ot ihe cabin
" Hc'i" coming op on deck io catch
jt." think* Rupert. We mu get
>fl he ship." "Jut betort he can
grab Beppo. the litlle monkey, not
liking 'he darkness, leap* dowo
Hy Beachcomber
Basement of Refinery, : a.,i i- i.ilhnjt (or Barlow's bicycle
Near Fuhguard, >hat old refinery at Fishguard Ilgfh will have lo be left leaning
Feb 23 Mr Huier hasn't it -g-na.1 the wall, as there Is
(By aired letephonet.) wi'1 '- ''""; '"' *' larder here, until Agnes calls for
(It mutOe <"^'0t1v understood 's tht Fishguard: N Please get oft
that anybody doing so, does ao. Mr Fuller Voung and old, rich |ht hi,- Mu Niliieworlh.
not only at his ou-n rtak, but at *>iiu pu-ir, all ovi 111 be
rvtrybody else's.) ktrs. Nibbicworth. lelt pvi a voile to re-
HEIXOr And my dear I <.Mining ad- H, ,.,.<, provided that he or she
was wearing the quaintest hat '" more *md mors peoots m wangg io record it, seems to be
end of wrong message Cut aUe.t:- i ""i"t '"' the Daily Express or> rather. at Fishguard I've told
i eaal do anything about the
*""' I" " bicycle as It is nothing to do with
ii boarded up. it is impo*- <, ^ he line me i^av* ,t anywhere you please.
sihle to see anything at ill Th* I '^uard 1 mean Ix>n- y/hat on earth does il matter to
o-at> reply on my telephone la don. ,ne whether It is called for hv VOU
Iran, a voice which keeps on ask- lir your niece"
ing me if a bicycle can be left U* -THEHE Is DO laidci He.e, but *ow mece
& larder here, to be called to' t\ coukhVI Ml Kiiln loan the a 8 each voter from Land's End
' ihewalli Ralnl I\u> John o' Groats, fmm the
in another Hut ihe rain won't get it it if he Essex tidal flats lo the misty hills
rotri I expUme.t that there was |eMVe* it mnde the house Who? of Wales, deposit* his bicycle in
it-re, and found I was Mh '. the ballot-box. Hello' Exchange1
CRYPTOQVOTKHere's how to work It:
AXYDLBAAXR
hi i s .. i i- i I. i > \ v
One letter simply stands for another. In this example A is usea
for Ihe three L's. X for the two O's. etc. Single letters.
trophies, the length and formation of the
Each day the code letters are different.
A Cryptogram Quotatioa
NGVV DSZ NBUUJ WHSDLSVRSL
EMPIRE
Republic presents------
THE RED MENACE
with
Robert ROCKWELL
Hanne AXMAN Betty Lou
OERSONBarbara FULLER
HOXY
TO-NIGHT
Laat Skow at 7.M
20th C-Pox presents -
Richard CONTE
! Valentina CORTESA
THIEVES HIGHWAY
wltlt
l^e J. COBB
Barbara LAWRENCE
P
L
A
Z
A
FOR TWO DAYS ONLY
TUSSDAY TTHUR&DAY ' B -
WAJtNJDR peoudiy preaeni "
Uu IX'PIND
Dun. d,\KK
WMii. Montus In
DEEP VALLEY
OPDTINQ SHORTLY "MABSACBI BIVE*-
- -r WDBIJ- Ko CAUIOO
\OI A TH TLITB CIIEMA(MA0*
il..... NIGHT at 8.30
BUTCHERS Present .
Leslie BROOKJimmy HANLEYDinah SHERIDAN a
"FOB VOU ALONE"
A Tender Love Story with the music of ALBERT SANDLB
and his Orchestra with HELEN HILL: also The Loota
Symphony Orchestra. Soloist HEDDLE NASH.

...,::v.:v,tnmmim
4.1 Oil I
LAST SHOWING TONITE 8.45
Greer GARSON in
"JULIE MISBEHAVES"
OLYMPH
l.aal Skew To-niihl at 9 p.m.
Republic Smashing Double .
Janet MARTIN William
WRIGHT
KING of GAMBLERS
and
-miMi-ii vim;. OF
PARADISE VALLEY"
Allan LANE as RED RYDER
BOBBY BLAKE
Thursday at 8.30 p.m.
LOCAL TALENT
and
MADAM TIAM KOOK
IKO .>-. tY NO VI I I IIN Sf
INTEBtEST
NYLON STOCKINGS In New Shade!....... ..UM"*
LACE all over :i In. wide In While, Belie. Black at '';'"";
Also l 11 nii:1111: Lace ............ " '"""
I \lili s BELTS In a large Aaaortmenl ef eolears
KITCHEN TOWELS good she............
to my offiiv in London JT^L-- AflaTgW Aj.VbV Totn il Iha You cut me off . I know Mrs
a-tju-i..n of il all ,^S 7^'^u V^ i. Ihreufh, but I am talking to Lon-
; ;i! '--k' *" ''.,1"' 5u.ut her bicycle' Of course;
I otersarego- ll"" v> " J Iha polling booths, and no ra 1 did nol say ll>
I aan Mrs Nibbicworth and I don't are going to the polls all over larder here. I said there gaaal
war.' UM Daily Express 1 want lo England, ami Aunt.
U"il Alone
CROWN GINGER BEER
Good fur a Shandv
SPEND
a little
RAYON BROCADE
:i ins.
Pink.
Peach. Blue.
I..iiii-ii While
H 81 rls.
A beautiful ranter of de-
lightful rolours.
and SAVE
A LOT!
by buying these
Special Offer Lines
IVANS & WIIITFIEIDS
DIAL 4606 DIAL 4220
Your bsIIuu Bgenl for
\\ I si I MIS-. -.Mi
Ml S II.IO u pair
"It Hill pay vi.ll In buy quality ulu.iv-
HIGHTONE PRINTS
in Bright Plaids and Flowers
36 Ins. wide
a< 70 els.
Just openedand readf
(or you !
All price), advertised are R.W.I dollars.
Choose a HERCULES BICYCLE
and MAKE Cycling a Pleaaure
We can oiler
GENTS, LADIES and the POPULAR
SPORTS MODEL
Also .. -
IMI. lights.
Locks.
Polishing Chillis.
Oil Cans, and
Lubricating Oil.
Tilt: BARBADOS
CO-OPKK AT1\ K
t HI HIS I M
TORY 1.1M1TK1)
THESE ARE AMONG OUR NEW STOCK
SAWS HAMMERS
PLANKSJack. Smoothing, Block and Rabbil
RULES SPIRIT LEVELS
BRAlhs BREAST DRILLS
COPING SAWs PLANE IRONS
TABLE VICES SCREW DRIVERS
OIL STONES, ETC., ETC.
I?* SELECT YOURS EARLY
THE CORNER STORE


TT
ffEPNF-SDAV. MARCH K. last)
Government Presents
Housekeeping Estimates
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
f from paf I
-*. a***aKBtUT* we would be
lit '.:
*" '^uvernmenl.. intention, he
-j.i ,..*: ih.. Government
Tl ^jj ihat Ihe l.oveinmenl
f practically of the same
^Mon as regards luxation as
Clliey became a government.
2C Government completely
Jacategoricalb repudiates
Spoethat you
th.
pne uw - Ior
i_, turrent i \pi-ndituiT for i
"^.Sar vear Tin.
jtl* year. This
7 mi* elected
ajtBHC
& I
J2were elected and have been
Sinuied by tho elector, ot
ITrelonv on the pr.mise of the
L-d of distributing national
'hp bv means of taxation. Not
^J, sake of radittri
wtor carrying
ZL of social reform that have
Z nelcted '"'
S centuries.
_jl services
i ibution.
m for carrying
ZL of social reform that have
gagfl*et ' -* for giving those
services to people who
a- not the resources to pav
iyV the necessary taxation
i *' * stage hoping that
"y was teaching him
quite easy to envisage
grandiose plan, which eTervtn,
L.,.? W_, lh* ""Provement ol
beer^'ST'T'"'"""* h*dalw''"
^"> on the basis where the
SS ^'d' "h"h" r ' 'hey
could increase t.Uon or
SS^ahSS "> *" sourS
""> nould wan f .J?}
now for at least, to his knowledge
four years. They were hoplr?,'
that this survey would be pro?
r^~dn,a '" 'rom it thev would
^^L!^ r*"ulr more taxa-
tion from an aproprl.t. surcf
lo r;o*7r^WhiCh WOUld >* bte
io pros tier it.
B'dosWelcome BARBADIAN IS FATHER
i rincess Alice OF SIAMESE TWINS
PAGE THREE
.m- ., r^, "** 1
S"n ?<< '0 catch a fleeting
gUmpae of the Princess
bmnlT '""* n:,Wn
,d "VS n'"h' '"" *<
Sinn, J ""!" "' now'" *
"rung on rtrw alon, ,
electric poles.
The people looked from their!
"mdows and there was an atmos-
Phere of gaiety about everybody
The joung women ot the Girls'
Mustrlal Unio,, owdM "g
SSSSZ "'""" "-"-"'''j
Two squads of Police, marched
up Constitute and ^Im^T^o
1^rpar>delS "ned UP lon**
fl?i?,J441?pJn m* numbers wSc
wked through the Park rails ha*,
reached many hundreds Boy*
hUp-IMr. p<*ts in th* '*>
nerhangmg the road. They must
miss nothing
(Barbados Advocate Correspondent)
c. ,. PORT-OF-SPAIN. March 7
Siamese twins, believed to be the first in Trinidad"
were born to RtU and Reginald Lovell in Port-of-
^Pa'" at the Colonial Hospital on Monday morninK.
f-LP* mother is reported to be a
' bit ^reak^ but the babies ,both
.&rto) joined by the thorax and
abdomen are normal in every re-
spect and are doing- well
The mother and father are both
-4 yean old.
I fBjrtBC HK --~-j >s>ni
fclj those accumulations out
_^U proportion to the average
! gaggBaf) of members of the com-
^jwemment were not backing
M from that, but equaUy,
O^^nment were sa>1ng to the
gome this year, we have not
Hi bad, as we had hoped we
.jgjjrj Have had, a complete iis-
(tl airrey from Professor Beas-
jff sod until that time comes,
H a better for us to carry out
tjjrat things to which we are
(gamitted, and if I may quote
Dm unfortunate phrase: 'wait
ristV"
,ijttr referring in some more
anil to some other figures In
tjj. (ftlmates, Mr. Adorns said
that as hon. members had seen,
Onarament intended to main-
tan subsidisation at the same
UK, ts last year They did not
haw as time went on. what
aaa, be the effect of devalua-
aav ind it might be necessary
ftkc} stuck to the principal of
fltBd-'aticn at present prices to
aa> to the House for a supple*
aBMry Resoluton for increased
If there was one criticism he o^JJ".!!,"" JT "" f""""'
would like to make ,. " that S I^ .i""!"- "l,nM
::=- > " Z" waTcd-forhU?hVTee,,,aB
moment when she would pass
(very face showed a touch of
(unosity.
Soon after 5 o'clock the tension
or the people became acute By
Uie sudden stir all knew that It
was only a matter of minutes
before the Prlncets would pass by
the ParR.
The murmuring rose to a high
Pitch and then cheer upon cheer
rang through the air as the
smiling Princess, escorted by nine
mounted Police, glided past.
The huge crowd, now well over
a thousand, turned away from the
rails. They had waited over an
hour for that moment and it was
one.
Wh I" f0rw"rd or backward.
JZ. i'^V* "P ,hc Estate..
the first thing they saw was a
static budget which the Govern-
ment had tried to explain.
The hon. member had made
reference to sugar their best source
of taxation, and that of court*
would merit the unanimous ,p-
prov. of all hon. members, with
, !!*r prlce ,or ** product.
^.^oven,mem could- without
hesitation, tax more. There was
no man with that obtaining, that
would begrudge his contribution
to the endeavour to ameliorate
conditions which were not satis-
factory, in such cases people
were always satisfied to know that
Government were or should be
spending their money well.
Now last year the Government
had promised to do quite a lot of
things A great many of them
had not been done. What was the
reason? the reason was thev could
not be done. They had told the
people that they were going to
do these things and had got the
Japan Musi Be
Considered
With Germany
By SYDNEY CAMPBELL
LONDON. March 7
British Officials here said to-
day they still had no confirmation
of the reported terms of the
agreement between the United
States and Canada for admitting
Germany and Japan to the
International Wheat Agreement
But they mired a new point.
Washington, they said, insisted
that the applications of Germany
and Japan must be considered
togetherboth countries admitted
or rejected.
Germany, not at present a
market for Australia wheat, has
put forward proposals, which
meet Britain's point about access
to Australian wheat. Japan, a
much bigger market for it. was
not.
If the terms of the agreement
between the United Stales and
Canada are at unofficially re-
ported, they would prevont
diversion of the Japanese demand
from dollar wheat to Australian
wheat. From the exporting end.
they would thus meet this Brit-
ish point Just as effectively as it
could be met from the Importing
countries.
Reater
Italian Peasants
Grab 150,000
tares Of Land
HOME. March 7
The Italian
spread north today from the
southern ot.m;,. of Calabria
lb
of Skilv Pc-iwin:* ctesflstd that
1*0.000 acres of uncultivated land
in Calabria pnn
hands. It is estimated the peas-
ants in this pgfslll have now
taken over all the land available
NERVES
i jo be) mass
-a-i ill wtaai
nurliaaas
w|i i,ufjsr lave
.--".v.TIi.
tk. oa M u*.
Dsda-sKssW P9U.
Fs^lW. kkhy
Rita's parents live in Tobago. XT'n lh* 5?,nT* Prcad.
hilt Retonald hail, f,om CS-' '""h w"l"r;
* Both ,m. (, ,fZ,RL \c" P><1 moves to
"TK.i.aiti nans irom Barrta- I ..... .........
Both com. from fS,UM. k'aaaSETl. """'"
already h.H .,!. ..... ,".\ 'Sllation. It is ur
K/^woWsayTha?^ ^u^J* jfr Wh- "
6tnr--nent were fully conscious. '?LnS .w ! ,hc year ,h*>'
did not tell them that these things
had not been done because they
in their wonderful wisdom had
failed to anticipate what the
Opposition Raw and said at the
time.
4 the need for revising the
ask question of subsidisation,
at m-ally. they mu.*t he pre-
BRd nol to increase the cost ol
laaf so long as they could
He Government have made
aanftot: as hon. members had
far expenditure for im-
Banent in the hospital scrvi-
m, they do not. however, con-
assapiau- building a new hospital
amoving the hospital from it*
Jatct Kite. As I began by
|Rn|. Government do not con
After dealing with other mat-
ters, Mr. Walcott said that they
were very pleased to learn that
the deep water harbour scheme
seemed to be getting the atten-
tion of Government, because there
were many of ihem who felt that
whereas Seauell might be a
sity. it was never going to
Duke of Glourestpr
Welcomes
President Auriol
from pace 1
peoples brought together on the
surge of profound and also un-
alterable affection.
In paying my homage to-day to
the memory of your suffering. 1
bring with me a message of
brotherhood from the French
Nation.
I bring the proof of its belief
i the unity of our two coun-
tries. I bring with me also an ex-
pression of the Indestructible
Bank Of Brazil
Refuses To
Postpone Decree
)By SYDNEY i,\Mi'lii|i
LONDON, March 7.
The Conference of British Ship-
ping Lines serving Brazil was to-
night drawing up n new circular
of advice to exporters following
reports that the Bank of Brazil
had refused to postpone a decree
ordering freight payments on
Brazilian imports to be deposited
In Cruzcrios in Brazil.
Barring postponement, or
amendment of the decree which
look effect on March 1 it was felt
""a.un 01 tne indestructible <-<". on .'.men i u was ieit
faith of Prance. The principle?; 'n 1'ondon to-day that the custom-
we are still defending shoulder fo ,^Lm*hod of """Porting to Braiii
uovemmeni uo not con- ji-essuy. it was never going to
aH> either that or any new i * able to give an appropriate re-
HHtlrs* aassfiture on improved services."
"am Adams moved that th
j turn for the money which was
..'nviyi mat tiM'1sPent on 't On the other hand,
iae pi Into Committee of I P*raons like himself felt that if
Mb on the Eatlmatea and this! cver'there was something needed
as wconded by Dr. H. G ln x"e co'ony that would at once
r~. I and the same time prnctically pay
-_..,. I(or itaeif. it was the deep water
*. t K. Waioott (E| criticised| harbour. If this were not done.
p Biesent system of giving. Bridgetown would be regarded as
ben *o short a lime for con- a backward port and not a desir-
able place for ships to call at. The
fstabllshment of such a harbour
would mean more employment for
our oopulation.
_ the Estimates, and said
rhile in the old days they
le have at least two weeks
teal with them they were now
ItSi^i'" itt1 8 Hv ed ,h"t under the
Jtt Ht apologises for the hon Head Emigration." the Govern-
E.'71,0 ment did no< Propose to spend
~\11' ':' whom1 more than $1,000 this yeai. ;he
*o nad a cold and was tin- provision last year being $150,000
4 ltsAruiisVi I* Bsasau __.L-i _. --
- ~ ^ -. ^..vi ^iiii rt ,i^ III!-
toiWIy unable to use 1
kimuit he had required him
Although it was known that at the
present time it was extremely
..-.,. .., ou iciiuiii-u rum difficult to get any of their people
V watt he could In tlie clr- emigrated anywhere, they could
^kss though not necesarilv "ot 'os* S1*nl ' lht fBcl lnal they
at would like him to say nad to r^d"" their population
fch was at all times i i and tr-v ovcr-v means in their
thing power to do so. It did seem verv
Wtlcott said that from the, ^ouraging to see Government
aamber's lYmnrit. ,t L.ij reducing this vote He did not
Ptaat !Jn would mean that the hon. senior mem-
Jr't *"* apologising to,. fo, St Josc h ot )ne Govern.
ISJW to.the Opposiiion than menl would h^jlale t0 come ,0
ZSLa v? wondOTed what the House and ask for monev for
ijwred nim more cautious the purpose if it were desired. It
BjJM as regards expenditure did seem, however, a sort of tle-
wed taxation. They featism.
we are still defending shoulder ,u
shoulder by our joint work for
peace."
The Presidential train then left
'he marine station Dover tor
Victoria, London.
Though winter mist dimmed the
colour of the pageantry. London
to-day gave one of the greatest
ovations in its history to the
French President Vincent Auriol
and Mme Auriol, when they ar-
rived for a three day state visit.
Amid a sea of tricolours, union
Jacks, and magnificent draperies,
it up the blaze of powerful are
lights, the President and Mme
Auriol stepped down at Victoria
station (rom the Pullman train, in
which they had travelled from the
coast.
At 3 o'clock they shook hands
warmly with King George. Queen
OOS- ' *.. nvni
wnich already had twins, but not
Siamese. The father is a mason
by 0rde. but at the moment is
unemployed, and lives with his
wifes sisters in Belmont
A (.aesarian operation was per-
formed.
Since the announcement of the
hirth. people are flocking to the
hospital to see the newborn twins
The hospital authorities have re-
moved the mother and her babies
from the general maternity ward
to a private ward and are not
allowing anybody to view the
infants.
I understand that arrangements
are being made for the Govern-
ment to adopt the children as both
parents are in poor circumstances,
unable to lavish the special care
necessary to the healthy growth
of the twins.
J-'P "> l*e this afternoon the
-hildren were doing well and the
hospital authorities believe the
is will survive
'By Cahlet
Siamese Twins
Will Live
In Tasmania
In Tasmania twin girls with
heads joined were born near here
last weekend. They have an ex-
cellent chance of surviving, but
cannot be parted without risk,
iheir doctor said to-day.
The babies mother. Mrs. Erskine
Smith, of Natone, has five other
children. The twins combined
weight is nine and three eighths
pOSJasam Keater.
-+ -inoivu Ji i A^nw nil), IV UIIUII
CIT (the Cosl Insurance Freight
System) has been seriously cus-
lurbed. Shipowners have held
several meetings about the effect
"f the decree. To-morrow, the
Brazilian section of the London
Chamber of Commerce Is to hold
a private meeting, at which ex-
porters can express their views.
-Healer
Tate And Lv.
Still Fighting
Nationalisation
rrom Our Own Cotrnpondenii
LONDON. March 7
Tale and Lyle today confirmed
warmly wilh King George, Queen their intentlofi ot carrying on with
Elizabeth, and other members of fheir anti-nationalisation cam-
Iha British Royal Family, and a
big gathering of the nation's
leaders.
Then for half an hour, they re-
ceived the tumultuous cheenngs
of the British people as they drove
In open landaus along the bettag-
xed processional route to Buck-
paign, even though sugar is not on
the list for the Government take-
over during this session of Parlia-
ment.
A spokesman of the firm told me
"Although we are not in any par-
ticular danger now, we Issstsw Io
continue with Mr Cube and his
,-----_,iai route 10 Buck- cuiimiue wilh nir c mie ana his
ingham Palace, where they are to business of telling the public about
-lay as the guests of the King and the efficiency of the sugar refining
Queen. Reuter. | industry. Just because sugar
-^^ I take-over was not in the King's
INVITED TO LONDON 'Peech does not mean to say that
II would not be pulled oul ol the
German Workers
Riot In Protest
Of Dismantling
SALZGITTER, Mairh 7
British troops stood with arms
is undcrst.
that at a Cabinet meeting last
night Premier Alclde O
asked for soeedie:
reform bills But he made it
clear that the Gove;
not intend to be "threatened"
The Cabinet gave its support
o li.teri Mtolstar Mario Scelba
to use "firm measures" should
the agitation continue. It was
announced at the meeting that
Dr. Adolfo Rodano Prefect of
I'alanzaro. storm centre of tho
Calabnan agitation, had been
transferred.
The transfer is believed to
have been caused by his handling
of police who have done little
to stop seizure of land in the
t aiaiuaro.
lUi'Cl.lclil
Calabrian landowners sought
today lo rcoch agreement witn'
the peasants.
In the Catanzaro area, ihev!
initialled an agreement guaran-
teeing Ihe unemployed peasants*
at least seasonal work on the'
farms In Sicily, thousands of I
peasants seircd lands In 18 rand
i."."i "' p,l""> province
Included the rugged Sagano,
I loperty. once the hideout of
r.ndlt king Salvalore Giuleno
I nllce expelled some of the peas-
ants from the land hut the
"i.jonty stood firm South of
Home, peasants swarmed Inlo 20
i.nnnncea and started sowing.
Peasant leaders said today that
they stood by their original],
declared intention of ml movuv
from the land.
Reuter
True About
The Atom Sub
PITTSBURGH. March 7
Tin- Westlnghcuse Hi tin
oration has ofllci.lh adi
for the nrst lime. Iha; I
strutting an atomic-pc. .
The ( hildrrns Favourite
"'mmi li'vera|>
IT Is fortunate that Ovalrine makes such an instltnt
appeal to all children, lor this delicious food
heveragc is cilth of nutritive elements which are of the greataat
importance in helpln| to build up robust health and
(Hliul.uil IHIJIV
1'iepsri
lo torn
red .,, N.,'. h,., ,vl.. ,1.|,|, ,
>""'>' CSJCSUSS fOf .iron, boSsSI nd teeth, iron ic
i, pfoirin
"*-.----- ,,,,,, ..M .11 IWIIII
,ne re*dy, when a crowd of marine
SSrsHiEar |,S-"'
An armoured patrol car, which: Th, ,.*.,. ,
arrived on the scene, was pelted, .. ,,Ji^k '< >L 'ned oul al
with stones. "n "T0" '" Pittsburgh, has
After yesterdays not at the ,,he'"f" "' coni.vtuie for
Hermann Ooerlng works. Brluill "?""", ITviouslv the
tanks and infantry were drafted '., "J:',v only expla.
in to-day while demolition work-1 ,7',', JL f" bui,,lin an atomic
| I"- wered plant foi
blew up the coke producing
plant.
A big crowd of workers Jeered
during the operation and con-
tinued their demonstration all
morning.
West German Labour Minister
Alon Storeh, was on his way In
the plant from Bonn in an attempt
lo calm Hie situation.
In Bonn, a spokesman of Ihe
West German Government said
the Cabinet uiscussed the mattei
to-day and 'strongly condemned
the rioting. Reuter.
Keuter
awfcfc iha Mo,..), onaaali nhnsasjioeni tor ini'ianTiiBi
,rhoh4 Jrate* and other valuable fssad properlie.lor making good
hecneeg, and .ireeih ..hid. anive chdjren expand .o I reel y.
!*~"""li..,.ndin,h..l,|. ni.ngandreviialisintqualltlea.
o..i. .h.,!d be in, regular ,1.,K beeenijs, oi onh
lor vonr .laldrrn. but lor ever, member ol the family.
Ovaltine
For Robust Health and Energy
VnU ..-..I,, s,_. sVa .11 sH..... e- ^XliX
KAFtACHI. Mareh ..
Prime Minister Attlee has in-
vited the Indian and Pakistan
(Termers to London for informal
t.tlks on Kashmir problem,
.-iceordlng to a reliable source
hat."
Tate and Lyle also are not over-
looking the fact that another Gen-
ML. Govt. Wants
144 Million
For Health Service
LONDON. March. 7.
MeinlK-rs of Britain's new Par-
liament were shocked to-day by
-" "" ~ . /... ^.e-..- nainenl were ..hock.tl to-day by
'7J. SnT?.^"1"1 b?Smf neC^' ">' Publicalio,. of Government
?,. L ? mcr,Van, 'i"1 a,;.X" -.upplomentary i-.-timates of 148,-
Ira 25 seats for the Labour Gov- pmaw rL^iTj ,.........,__ ,'.,
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-ACT10M
RENNIfcS
OOO.OOu headed by an extra BUI
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These are certain to be challeng-
rd by the Conservative opposition.
The Health Service is costing
358.01)0.000 a year. A Treasury
return to-day showed that last
year Britain's Budsjet surplus for
Um iinuiici-.i real n-uthed a record
of 185,000.000. But the supple-
mentary estimates indicate that
much of It may melt away before
the financial year closes at the
end of thir month.
Only 80,000,000 of the 148-
000.000 had been taken into ac-
count.Reater.
Norway Will Nol
Tolerate Saltotagr
_. larch, 7. I
JjlHalard Lang,
Bare the miiitar>' strength that"
la Not way are tmng to I
hmld up within ihe Al
- no goal in
niy the means to create a bails'
tor negotiations on an equ^.
mg, and thus to reach reasonable
solution i.i intarnath
lems".
Referring to COaaaauaUt threats
i Hbottgi |l( deliver-
ies, Lange warned th.
nastj that In tnl .<>untry we
re accustomed io the will of
the p e o p 1 . as expressed
throughout OUT
insj respected. We will not toler-
ate illegal sabotage campaigns
from any Communist faction "
Lange rai tpsssMng
Ing In Oslo last night BJTangd
lointly by Trade Unio..
and the Oilo Labour Party Group.
Afu-i representatives of the
Labour Party and of both fac-
tions of the Communist Party
had spoken, the meeting passed
a resolution supporting thr Gov-
ernment's policy and protesting!
igaisjsi the Cotninuiust Party's
"false peace propaganda."
Voting was 400 for and 12
Communist votes against. The
leeting^ was calm and orderly.
PC. 273
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or handbag. Then vou can enjoy
vt'ur meals withom having to fear
the i-unjcpucnije* 0l,%(!?i*e **)'r
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I'M.I I OIK
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
WU.Nk.-,UAV MAKUi
" last
BARBADOSja APVOfllF
*>f*=o
ubMaM In The Al-r.1. Ce Cta.. * BtreaS St. **!*
WeeW.day. March 8, 1M
A Royal Welcome
HA vs I been known to
he warmth of her welcome nor the
cordiality of spirit when she receives dis-
tinguished guests within her gates. And
* ihoir visit in March 1934 was
atich a welcome accorded to anyone as that
given to Her Royal Highness Princess
Alice and the Rt. Hon. the Earl of Athlone
y afternoon.
Light showers early in the day left a
cool clear atmosphere such as can be en-
joyed on a typical tropical day and when
the Lord Combermere turned into the inner
basin bringing the visitors o the landing
place a joyous shout of welcome rose from
ten thousand throats. The scene wag one
of gaiety and splendour. British and for-
eign craft in the harbour were bedecked
with flags from stem to stern while H.M.S.
Glasgow flying the White Ensign rested at
anchoran emblem of the might and power
of the British Navy.
Bridgetown itself was gaily bedecked
with flags and bunting above the flagstafTs
of business houses. Business was over
and those who had finished a day's toil re-
mained in the City to get a glimpse of the
Royal visitors. Here it was that politics
and business and the cares of everyday
were forgotten; here it was that planter and
peasant, businessman and clerk mingled
together in the mottley crowd with but a
single thoughtto join the enthusiastic
welcome to Princess Alice and her husband
as ambassadors of Empire.
"There is no place on earth where the
Englishman is so welcomed and feted as
in Barbados," according to a distinguished
author of the last century, and when Roy-
alty is included the welcome and the hos-
pitality know no bounds.
Nature herself was in one of her kindliest
moods and when the Waterboat berthed at
the landing place and the Princess and the
Earl stepped ashore the rays of a brilliant
alternoon sun gave resplendent finishing
Touches to a scene of pageantry seldom
witnessed in Trafalgar Square. Assembled
in the centre of the Square were the dig-
nitaries of Church, State and the Legisla-
ture, while near the Cenotaph the Military
lined up. A Guard of Honour was supplied
from the Barbados Regiment under the
Command of Captain Chase and after its
inspection by Her Royal Highness and the
Earl, himself a distinguished soldier, the
local dignitaries were presented.
pcction and presentation occupied
a few moments when the spectators could
enj' try of the occasion. Above
the brown uniforms of the military were
the swords and bayonets of the Regiment
giitteru^ in the afternoon sun; while the
a*rk suiting of formal attire of the gentry
and the beautiful fineries of the ladies were
to be SMn against an appropriate back-
ground.
Her Royal Highness was dressed simply
almost to severity and the Earl, with his
soldierly bearing dressed in grey homespun
suppli- tie not* of simplicity m this scene
of gaiety *t.d glamour.
Thousands of spectators stood stock still
and with bared heads while the band
played the National AnthemBarbados
had reached the climax of a spontaneous
welcome to members of the Royal Family.
It was typical uf the most law abiding peo-
ple in the Empire that despite the uncer-
tainty of the political outlook and the de-
pressing state of our economic situation
that they could forget besetting trial* and
join in a rousing welcome to the Royal
visitors.
Her Royal Highness and the tail are no
strangers to us. They are again in our
midst and every loyal Barbadian will join
in wishing them a pleasant stay and express
the hope that they may carry with them
more and even liappier memories of their
present visit to this island.
The Strangest Car
Journey 1 Ever Made
BOOK REVIEW:
[he Life And Times Of
Po Chu-i
YOUNG German People's
Policeman sat in my car anu
By Selkirk Paalra
lh car. They took Uss ",
out and everylnin,- PUe ID)
rind Every piece of pper ** |
He taken Into the shack and the;
Hi
beck He laid' "Drive on, and sentence with tt In Russian
don't try to let away or I shall too, narted telephoning
.no,,, An hour later a Rusaxin me.
I did not point out that this lieutenant arrived. He could not He came to a pipe cleaner
would be fatal probably to both of understand my Russian visa. flntered It for five muiulea. Then
us. instead, I thought: This U ... _.. _. ". "ked "What s this for.
what comes from trying to drive '1 Ol re Thr Flnl showed him. Hemiled^
-^m n..Hr, t pr,Kn,( a<-rf* the Then he round some spare ..(.m
vTeXe. sTVSEmKST. U' ft* ~" *F* -
it for three years.
(Reviewed by Joan Ersklnri
By ARTHUR VVAI.EY
(George Allen & I'nwin18.)
LONDON, (By
POLITICAL incitement is the true func-
Russian captain sat down bciorc, ,,- o( poetry in general said Po t.hu-1,
Governor of Hangchow, and one ol the great-
est Chinese poets. He lived from AD. 772
to 846. In those days there was nothing
incongruous in a government official being a
poet- Two examinations paved the way to
high governmental positions, the Classical
and the Literary. The first was a test of
***,/
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nutes before. I had been No examination of luggage. NoUi- ton.tor, i did not tell him
drivtag merrlTy toward. Sleitln. Jj* I was out of the bove. ? w, , P asked
nX. STfeJ-tTli cS T-o mil*, down the straight. ^VTuSed on typewriting I memory, but the second was regarded as a
SvTr iSEnf,I n~Writ frontfer. lonely rc~l was a Polish frontier ,,,_.,, b,.nk sheet. He went'..,, of ulerit and originality."
I saw before me two Cerman station. ..,. ^. .... trough ^~< bJ >h'r1 ""fn"^ I This book is not only the first full
W,*'oBr,''C' y *?Jm m.?Vk\P1onmenu^.r'bXdyou S'on'e ^.k",h^dey B. bl0graphy of a Chinese poet to appear ,.
Their hands were trembling
This did not surprise me My
experience of being held up is
that It Is nearly always the hand
that holds the piltol that
trembles.
sauld Be I ...u SHOWED them my passport.
t with it* valid Russian Zone miles.
and Polish visas.
One said: "Yes,
could be forged
to our H.Q."
can go on. You are the Hrst ^n^ through the pile * relish, but it is a detailed study, made for
Englishman to come through here Thtn WM ,no0,er "Ah!" Another tngiiwi. u j
by car. but when you come back Atet | the first time, of life and politics in nintn-
to Germany it will only take five yrhat had he found' WUh cenlurv China by one of the greatest living
minutes." memories of recent spy trials my '__
Two hours later, witli a qiick hetrt hMi slightly faster, and I snoiogues.
salute and handshake, I was at WOndered what T might be mad*- j^o better person could have attempted
'".W"..^. I drove around ""^ _. * " undertaking than Mr. Arthur Waley.
Poland, covering more than 1.000 It i\ leMfe | \n view of the amount of information availa-
Travclling on main roads.
H*
sheets to
You have
but these were tens of "thousands of horses. me and said:
You must come and every one 1 passed reared secret code here. 1 took th "=
or bolted t the sight of a car. looked at them. The two sheet.
The moment I crossed into had obviously been used as second
I was shown Into the police p0(and | slipped Into the general sheets when typing some lime
common room" and placed under mania which has gripped the before.
an armed guard. country But It was not until I The punctuation marks couiu
While a telephone whirred in ),, Warsaw, that city which be seen and even individual
the next room I looked through has rlsm from ,he atlt, md u letters. But I had no idea when
the police libraryall German now ^^ morr puiagtuig. that I had uted the paper or what
translations o( Russian authors mM ,ht ,, lD u,, jreen nat. the sheeu might have contains*
He followed mc everywhere. I told the captain what they
This spying on every Western were, but I knew it was no good
foreigner, from ambassadors He did not believe me. He grunted
downwards has the deliberate aim "We shall find truth
of isolating the foreigner, and Five minutes later two young
histories of Marxism and Com-
munism, and not a thriller among
them.
Then through a window 1 saw
two Russian officers, one with tne
mauve cap band of the secret
police entering the station. I
thought: Here we go.
But I was wrong. Ten minutes word IIy) } wfn, lhrough In five
later the police captain, to my
surprise, handed me my passport
German People's policemen with
ble on the life of Po Chu-i. it seems strange
that the task has never before been attempt-
ed. Arthur Waley is one of the best know
authorities on Japanese and Chinese culture,
lie has translated innumerable poems. It is
curious to reflect, therefore, that he possesses
none of the expected academic qualifications
to fit him for such work.
Mr. Waley does not indulge in flights of
fancy. His book is founded mainly on Po's
own writings, both prose and verse. Of: ?n
an extensive description of the circumstances'.
under which a poem was written is to be
found in the 'title' so that from a collection
of poems, most reliable biographical data can
be obtained. More than any other Chinese
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As I left the country the Polish revolvers and nfles rriyed The
captain at the frontier kept his captain said Take him
miles to their headquarters. Then j age, which has enabled Mr. Waiey to date
we were ordered another 20 miles
to the barracks at Penkun Time
,OWN the road Kolya. his fur 5 30 p m
cap still askew, grinned a ] waited until midnight, when
elcome and gave me a bear-like a man dashed into the room and
minutesinto the Soviet Zone.
The Kearrh
D
with a flourish, clicked his heels.
saluted, and said: "My apologies.
Your Russian visa is in order.
Please go." I went
Half an hour later the wooden
barrier across the road to Stettin clasp. Then he telephoned (or his handed me my passport.
stopped me It was the Russian officer. That was at Iwo o'clock He said, "You are free. Berlin
Zone fronUer to Poland. Out of in the afternoon. has ordered it. The Russian cap-
a broken-down shack at the side The Russian captain arrived, tain has made a big mistake, and
of the road stumbled Red Army looked at my passport and said he Is in trouble with Berlin."
soldier Kolya. with his fur cap with some regret. "Yes. the Ten minutes later he shook
askew. Russian visa is in order." He hands with me at the au'obahn
I knew his name wa* Kolya added. "Now we will search." and said. "Berlin Is straight on.
because it was tattooed on his left I was easy in my mind. 1 had sorry I had to keep the sheets-
hand. He spoke only one non- been warned about this. I go was I. I am still wondering
Russian wordin German, thought I had nothing with me. wnat was on them.
"Kamerad." And he began every Kolya and a "Kamerad" started "til
III It N \ It l UHKSIHM II, ,M.ri..U I rum llark.sl All lift
Two Pink Men See An
Elephant ...
you
made of herbs in
and the mvstv-
Bj BERNARD W1CKSTEED Next to his temper and overall he was anxious about
On use slepei of Kiliaunjaro size, the roost noticeable thing wouldn't hear a sound."
I've had a bit of luck. I've about an African elephant is the As relieved as the elephant, 1
obtained an Interview with u MMtit of his ears. They are so conUnued the interview
Af-lcan elephant. The subject big that if he lies down on them It appears that elephants are
was ivory, which Is a sore point he can never get up again. the victims of large-scale ivory
with elephants. Every year dozens of them die poaching and smuggling racket.
The African elephant is a wild because they forget that they Shooting by Europeans is con-
fellow who hates the sight of the mustn't lie down on their ears, trolled. You have to have i
human race. He's bigger and You see. the underneath ear licence (which alter March 31
stronger than the Indian elephant, gets pinned down by the will cost you tlOO an elephant in
bui he wont do a st oke of work, elephant's shoulder and he can't Kenya), and you are only allow-
If yuu were to offer him a bun i,ft his head. And without rals- ed to shoot two In a year,
or a contract with Bertram Mills mg his h he'd probably trample you to As we were looking at this one c>irJall|J' r01.all
death or pick you up in his trunk 0[ our8 tne wind changed or ... __._
and bash out your brains. something and he became aware The African native poacher
So 1 thought that while I was , ,_ when hum, beings sec knocks them off with poisoned
In Africa Td look one up and plnk eleuhants on the end of the a"""8 at 3. Id. per head
llnd out the reason for this un- o^ lhev don| feel loo happy. ThJMPO""
co-operative attitude. anti ihlg fellow was clearly Isolated vii
A while hunter *tw has a long dubbed to perceive two little rious thing about tt U that mos
list of elepnnU' addresses took ,k men brtirirl a bush. of the plants used
me around to call on them, but H, ,preod his ears like a mon- poisonous themselves,
we never found one who was in. gtrouJ h,r(l, raised his trunk, and You could eat them and gel
We even spent a night sitting g^vc m a dirty Volt nothing more than a tuminv
in a tree above a waterhole ache. Yet when they are mixed
tatMMl StstBs together and prepared by some
secret African process that baa
The white hunter Angered his defied analysis, the result is to
for a quick onewort-hogs, a trigger and said: "If he charge., deadly It will kill a man in two
rhinoceros, and a riotous party of keep by me. Don't run or you'll seconds, and an elephant in a
harte-beeatesbut no elephants, be a dead duck." quarter of an hour.
Then one morning at breakfast As you know from the Wni!.
n native tracker came and told reporters get used to anything. Price OI WIVCM
u. there was an elephant half ir.t, colonel., telephone girls,
mile down the road. wild elephantsyou simply nave Down on the coast there are
We hurried there on a truck, to talk nicely to them and they 11 still tribes who buy their wive*
and on the way the white hunter cain, down. with Ivory.
loaded hi. title. I put a point o" So I said: "Excuse me. "Wouldn't (heat Ihino. make you
mv iH-iuil. elephant. I'm from the Dally wild?" said our elephant, advanr-
Therc he was. about five tons Express......" ing towards us. "Supposing; I
,,t vtM bull elephant tearing up for answer thcie wa a noise couldn't marry the lady elephant
erass with the end of his nose nKe a motorbike starting up. of my heart until I'd oivem her
.,'n siufflne It Into hi. mouth. -What on earth's that?" I ask- (other a set of your teeth? Thai
ana siuiiu.g ^ ^ ^.^ hunU,r Nothing would be something to put in your
| |(|, IVttlala'.aa to worry about now," he aaid. paper. Eh?"
We left the truck, and after "Thrfs a food sign
lesun, tnc wind crept up to tummyj-
"'th'"th"t0dUtalnccy*e looked the harmless. 's able to control The Interview was ended
most of his poems exactly.
The political background against which
Po's Ufa is seen is in itself an enthralling
background. The irnmense powers of the
eunuchs at Court, the graft and corruption
among many officials, the laziness of others,
all help us to form a clear picture of the in-
volved social life of the period. He wrote |
manv political poems, which poured scorn on
the regime as a whole, but these caused great I
consiernation. "Can it be" he asks bitterly I
"that Heaven for some reason does not want i
this kind of poetrythat is to say. poetry,
which aims at getting human wrongs redress-1
ed- to survive?" He was himself surprised |
at the popularity of his "mere literary,
trifles" and preferred his serious works. 1
It would hardly be possible to write of
Po Chu-i without mentioning his friend.
Yuan Chen. Theirs was a famous friend-
ship, carried on through the years by verse,
all the more remarkable because they spent
so little time with each other and were so
many years apart. A hundred new poems
have been translated in this book, and many
of them are touching farewells. When Yuan
was banished from his official post, due to the
influence of the eunuchs, Po sent him the
following poem
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DJclUnd'"turuwl 1 turned bk from the bridge that
At the nty Bate I suddenly we (loin the fume*
nt m hrt wu lull with a Uwuaand
p-u-rh'lh.
pailine- '
-, n atasM
waterhole
hoping wo might get a word with
one over a drink. lx>ts of other
Interesting characte.s turned up
That's hl At this point two little pink
men bolted back to their truck
decided we're and vanished in a cloud of dust.
From i
siae ol a London bus.
his rumblings, you know, and it
London Express Service.
ongiiun and redrew. '
Yuan Chen sent back the answer:
Ttie unve be/ore when 1 went .wiy <
(iii five yean;
Who can * Hits lime now lone out paiUtta will lait
Farewell. Lo-lien1 Do Ml bi tad'
Won* could have Happened. 1 itu-jhl not have coma to
Ch-ana-an at all!"
For three years Po was in bad health, and when
i diviner offered to tell his fortune he wrote:
-To mv Mck eye* the world *... dark aa nlahu
Sere as autumn the lock* that .Iradt on my brow
ClQthea and foodof a hundred former needa
i m I only ihete are left.
t know how sood you arc at the Book of Chanfet
Ahd if when you ul would I like iny fortune told?1
I aniwer 'No*, it la not that I doubt your aklll:
In the world of men there la no fortune thai I eek "
Po was a devout Buddhist, interested in the phil-
osophic and mystic side of Buddhism. He had a
great love of music, and it was during his Hangchow
period "that this love of music began to infiltrate
his writings. He mentioned it frequently in his
political ballads written c. 804 to 809. and In one
laments the current fashion:
* Alaa. ili> thai the eari of common men
Should love the modern and nol love the old
Thui It I* that the ilther al the aieen window
Day by day la covered deeper with duat.
Po's whole collection was in seventy-five chapters
containing 3,840 pieces, in prose and verse. Apart
from that there also existed a collection of poems
exchanged between himself and Yuan Chen in
seventeen chapters. His writings were Immensely
popular in Japan where they were referred to
simply as 'The Collection The Japanese litera-
ture of the period was filled with references to
them.
He died in 846, and there are no details available
of his death. He wrote "What in We I loved, felt,
preferred, achieved or experienced, all my freedoms
and restraints, down to the most trifling .subjects
and incidents, may be learnt from my Collected
Works. There, in one chapter or another, all that
there is to tell about me has been made known."
To Our Planter Friends
Who need
for all
a
Good Helmet
Weather.
"CHRISTYS"
ARE ONCE AGAIN
ON THE MARKET
SECURE YOURS FROM
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DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT
Ol II HEAD2B8 AVi
W. 1. Buy Nearly Twice As Much As They Sell For Dollars
Tu (he Editor. The Ad tocole
SIRWith devalua ion talks
gtaUig mi uuietVy ' Hauling!
House the public needs some re-
minder of the fact thai the talks
are oasuiected .vith the whole
problem of tiade with the dollar
.n.i
in an article ah wing Colonial
earnings fr.-m ftf* Materials
Th Times Survey of tte British
Colonies" gives some statistics
which are probably new to W%
Off the inhabitants of Barbados
The pressure of events has re-
vealed raMti cU'jr'> than before,
mjs the Survey, the Importance
of the Colonial contribution In
ba'ancing the sterling dollar ac-
counts .
le trade between the col-
onies and North America can be
summarized from various sets of
flsmres from different sources, and
a balance -muk which probably
represents the true position with
reasonab'e accuracy. Thus figure*
compiled from United State* and
Canadian trade returns show that
rU to the United
States and Canada in
approximauly M7m. in 1M8,
while imports in the same year
were worth about $408m (both
sets of figure* are fob. values)
The balance in favour of the
colonies was thus about 1121)m.,
or a little more than S3m at
the former rate ' exchange.
Another set of figures prepared
from the trade returns of the
many colonies concerned esti-
mates that colonial exports to
North America were worth 126m
(fob.) in 1848. and imports
therefrom 112m (elf). On
this basis the colonies' credit
balance appears as only Illm or
less than half that shown by the
American and Canadian figures
Part of the difference can be at-
tributed to the fact that imports
In the Utter set of figure* are
shown as c i f values, while the
remainder doubtless reflects the
many estimates and approxima-
tions which had to be made for
the second ftgure*. The real col-
onial surplus from visible trade
In 1M8 was perhaps nearer that
Khown In the North American
figurespossibly m or more.
The British West Indies (which
includes for this purpose British
Guiana and British Honduras)
was the third colonial region hav-
ing an important trade with North
America In 1946 West Indian
exports were valued al Just un-
der 858m of which shipments tu
Canada accounted for 843n> ''
this case, however, the value of
West Indian purchases was nearly
doubleat $108m that of their
tales, a fact which is hardly sur-
prising In view of the geographi-
cal proximity of the two areas.
With the exception of the
West Indies few of the colonies
are yet in a position to attract
much dollar expenditure from
tourists and nre unl'kely to b*
develop this Important
industry to any great extent In
the> neair future Even so. dollar
receipts from tourism almost
entirely in the West Indies
an estimated to be wortb
about CSm in 1848 I
be said about the size of any
risible dollar receipts or

i
- probable
that the dollar value of most of
the film, received from gold
production and tourist expendi-
ture in 1848 ran be added to the
colonies' surplus In visible trade
with North America. .
DOLLAR MINDED
To ihc tdiior. The Advocate
SIR.Kindly allow me to make,
a few comment* on Request
Time" There are only thirty
minutes for "Request Time" a
prugramme which indeed has be-
come a real and pleasuraable
evening programme, but it is be-
ing chilled by the growing adver-
tisements pushed into that small
space, not that 1 am against adver-
tising but a little more considera-
tion should be given to those who
have sent in requests.
Thar* are tunas when a request
is replaced by another number,
and times whan it is cut and one
hears "Sorry I cant play through
your request." It makes one feel
tike Jimmy Hallo (the urge to
kill).
1 hope the person or persons
responsible for "Request Tim-r
will do something to stop the
IntcTuptton and give us s pleas-
ant half hour of requests.
fRANK JACKSON.
Appreciation
bowings (with the right hand)
In all these phases of violin tech-
The Editor. The Advocate que Mr. Dalmau excels.
SIR,I attended the Dalmau * Dlmau. ** ccompaiued
Concert on Friday night and her husband at the piano is also
would like to make a few appre- an accomplished musician, and in
ciatory remarks on the very ex- addition to her flawless accom-
cellent programme which was naniments she delighted the audi-
oflered. cnct' Wl1" * group of solos.
Mr. Dalmau has an excellent Within the scope of three pieces
tsjcsaasqu* which he displays to ad- she demonstrated an artistic skill
vantage in the works of the vir- and expression of high order on
tuoso school of violin playing, a piano which was, unfortunate-
His programme was almost entire- ly. not eminently suited for solo
ly made up of these "violinist" playing,
compositions, and this, no doub*
is the sphere in which his taste I hope very much that these
and ability find the fullest expres- artists will rind it convenient to
sion. give us another grand concert be-
CompOadUons such as Pagan mi' tore their short stay expires, as
Concerto in D. Bazxinis Rondc there Is little likelihood of their
des Lutins, SarasaU'j Zieguner- return to the island In the near
wciaen and his Zapatcado abound future
In difficult violinistic effects such WILLIAM A CLAIRMONTE,
as passages in chords, harmonies, "Wembley". '
pizzicato with the left hand, and Navy Gardens,
volante. ricochet and arpeggis Christ Church.
LETTERS which or* sign#d wlfii a nom-davpiun;*, but un
accompanied by thm customary boaa fide>s. mil} b* ignored
Many such reach the Edilo/'g desk mach wtk. and readers
af again nmtoded of the necessity tor the writer's name
to be .known to fhe Edifw, oof lot publication, but as an
assurance, of good taJth.
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wbDNt;.SUAV. MAIU II . IH-,i.
67 Acres Of
Canes Burnt
T*o of the liiqugi
H that occurred in the
^-jni crop season bro...
I L Belie Plantation. St. Michael,
- Saturday and Sej>rles Planta-
on Monday.
jjie Are at the Belle started at
| ^u, 11.15 a.m. and destroved
, u*, acres of itrst. -econd and
| Mfd crop young canes. They are
| | ^ Estate of O B. Lascelles and
vcn insured.
| iv other Are at Senrles brokv
| gg at about' 1.00 p.m. and des-
| pjrd 33 acres of first, second and
| *yd crop rip* canes. These canej
m the property of H. G. Briggi
| go wen- also Insured.
TK- Are 'pread to a wall and
| jooaen cuilding at Lead vale, be-
| frying io Jnson Broome and
| jumieri .1* roof. The damage is
((vpred by insurance.
ANOTHER FIBE broke out at
Drax Hall Plantation ai'about
[ |.ttpm on Monday and des-
| mrtrt 100 holes of first crop ripe
| -%ev were the property of tho
| Treire < i the Estate of I'ne late
Pile and were also in-
TIIn VKS WERE busy over the
s.-wk-end and many losses
hue been reported to the Police.
I Am losses ranged from a wallet
| to i bicycle.
| The loss of ;. bicycle valued
| |0 wa? reported by Worfordo
Hwttti of Cummings Gap. Brit tons
j BB. He stated that the cycle was
moved from outside the Olympic
; Ilmtn? on Saturday.
| Magdalene Manjat uf Jhe Ursu-
s Convent. George Street, re-'
farted the loss of two boxe? con-1
tuning a quantity of money which'
| mi collected for the poor. This-
I urred between Friday and
paras)*
, Ssm'jel Archer of Goodland re-
ported the loss of a wallet con-
tuitng two Union cards and twoi
twipts. He ^ated that the Pallet -^Vm. *Sf
HAKBADOS ADVOCATJ-:
PACE FIVE
In The House
Yesterday
its removed from his blouse
pocket at Johnsons Stables, Cole-
1 rider Sireet. on Friday.
The loss of eight ivhool books.
r nhied 318, was reported by
Gtonje Benjamin of Deacons Road.
Benjamin said that the books were
motived from ihe Queen's Park
minds on Friday. They are hir
W*rt.v.
fclvia Ashby of Collymore Rock
nponeci thai her purse, containing
& was removed from the counter
USiClair Williams' shop. Brittons
Hil on Saturday.
Ine loss of five pieces of board
ec three raih was reported bv
Weekes. Caretaker of the
Baling- Rocks He stated that
aer were removed on Saturday.
* T ABOUT l.w P.M. on Mon-
ii*- aay an accident occurred
Barbarees Road between mu-
Jrlorrv M.20M, owned by Messrs
L M. Jones & Co., and driven
J Bert Rawlms of Kenstngton
lei' Hotid. and a bicycle owned
tj Granville Cheltenham of the
Oatral Police Station, and ridden
Sybil Kellman of Wavell Ave-
jafe, Black Rock.
1 Ibe rear wheel of the lorry ran
|ft* the cycle and extensively
iftMfw it. Kellman was slightK
jajd
[0W thai Ihe exhibition of
I Bniisn periodicals is over,
Bnush Council is again dis-
B"*une of 1 informative
_#*>**U. This is in Wo parts.
2L! '"^"'doner Goes Home."
ft* an idea of how the vast
If5 * London's workers
'.ported by train, bus and un-
*rouml. The oUier, "A Ccn-
_ >' I'rugress in Rail Trans-
Um .iviiopment of
fcraUway.
LWW photographic displays.
JWenuy changed, are now
JWr feature at "Wakeneld."
of Aq
mbly
laid the I
ABMadBfl
T"t WILL be a popular uro-
* Bimme or recorded music at
umisn Council. "Wakeltcld.'
W" ii'H! o'clock. The pro-
fgi will be as follows:
'URE-.-The Flying
S5,5E?-Mtau (""del)
' .-A&SE NOISETTE SUITE
,., (Tchaikovsky)
) Valse des Kleurs.
(0) Dance of ihe Sugar Plum
(Schubert).
SACS -Bronze
'Auben.
CAPRICE VIENNOIS
(Kreisler).
' KtfSVS? by Pri' Kfeisler
' Vefa,)A"'A "ro"' Othello-
Thp uf.".HL b>' Jon Cross.
HAUNTEI1 BALLROOM
II AH '9S?J',,.V Toye)
AH SWEET MYSTERY OF
S,.S' h>- Anne Ziegler
BL*?fc' Booth.
[""ORTAL STRAUSS
5OAr,E o, Upper
|, 3,roeI reported to the
v^- '"ceny ot one "Smith''
"" reudenee on March 5.
.niriull J
;.r^--ii.-iSKr;,
iSSn, ,*M, W" IKS
. ,!*" 'nM* hv aovwnor-m-Exeeu.
iw.crr.'K. "~"r -' *
Ot Cummin. : Itwolution io approv<
SlSS^J** Commute undtr.ihi- ,,,
A^?T0# *** ' ** v>>">Wr
Mr. Adami : RrtvXulion lor SMH4 m
. Currant, a. .hown in the SupRlcmen-
ury bumiM lt-M. No as, wht'
lorm ihj itiwduie ln ,hr Kr*j
Mr. Adami Rvtulullini lor "" lr
uppkmrni ihe iH*~iO bumaic Part
I. Capital. , -ho*.
lary ttitnL.tr, i_m. fa
(orm Ma Sch*dti1e tA the ltonlutiori
IfVf Dill Io arrant) tli pub-
H*' mploya^ Peiwwu Act, |SJ7
Mr. Adam. Bill i amend the Depart-
rrwi of Science and Agriculture Act.
Mr. Adam> : BUI to continue variou-
txpirinc inwa.
Mr. Goddard A Bill to .mend thr
"chial Emplu>ee> ''erution Act. 16*4.
Ttie^ were all lain read a Utl tuna
Mr. Hrvan tthvr notice ol an Addrt*-
aaklrui that ihe 5ldav brtwren Odt-I
rndu and laMer b nuadc a Bank Hal.
Mr. Crawford tabled an Add.r- rela-
AM Mil''''" '""'"' ''":' '' "" Howu
Mr. Crawford tabled queitlona In con-
'y.lhe introduction of a Kent
i Ifcard. in, etiabhantneni of
.---------of the Public Library la St
Philip, tho erection of mora waiting
- Wrmlnala .ind the execution
of the Constitution Swamp -ltd the Eaai
OOaW 1" .'i
> tabled a question relative to
quad ol the Police Force official!)
amed The Riot Squad".
The Home began collide rat ion of th
} aiat
The Hotiae adjourned to meet
m. to-day.
On Bond For
Six Months
CLAUDE SEALY a porter of
Smith fi Atwell Ltd. Roebuck
Street, was put on a bond for six
months in the sum of 2 by His
Worship Mr E. A. McLood vester-
day when he was found guilty uf
stealing seven pounds of rice, the
property of K. D. Edwards on
March 6.
Scaly was seen placing u bag of
rice on a cart. When he was asked
who gave him the rice he said
that a man had given him the rlco
to carry to a woman.
This is the first offence thai
Scaly has against him for larceny.
Fined 10'-
POK not keeping her Sanitnr*
accommodations m U 1
properly. Constance W
Spruce Street was fined
1/- costs to be paid in seven
days or in default 14 days' im-
prisonment by Hi- Worship Mr
H. A. Talma >eslerdsy.
The offence sraj committed an
December .
30/- For Wounding
A FINE of 30'- in 24 days oi
one months imprisonment
was imposed on Seymour
Walker of Chapman Lane
vesterday by His, Worship Mr
H. A. Talma when he was found
guilty of wounding Violet
Joseph on her left eye on Febru -'
ary 27.
Members
Table
Questions
Mr W A. Crawford .ableu
four question* ID the H
Assembly yesterday
The questions read-
Rent Restriction
As a result of the considerable
--. rentals of dwalUng
houses and business pla>
recent monthsmany of whlci
were already excessively high-
ana the general tendency on the
part or many landlords, more
specially since the abolition o-
the Occupancy Tax. unjustifiable
to increase their rentals, will in.
(.ovtrnnient state whether it pro-
>oses to introduce legislation t
orovide for Rent Restriction?
Branch Library lor St. Philip
In view ul the general advan-
tage to tht community to be ga.ned
rrom expansion of facilities for
free reading of books, and of th<
Map and appreciative interest
iemonstrated by the people of thi
Sriih of St. Philip in the colony's
1)1 c Library. Service,practical
videnre of which can be seen
''' comparatively big"
number of registered borrower),
and of Library books which are
circulated In the parish, the 'Jcure*
for the Juvenle Department ixune
the highest for any rural area In
I !, ;, -..
nt the earliest date possible arrange
ablish'nent in the said
pauttb of | Bra.ich of the Public
Library?
Hailine Sheds
Will the Government :I
a adequate number
wa ting sheds similar I
the Probyn St. Terminus
Its points along bus
routes and at outgoing bus ter-
mini throughout the island?
East Coast Road
1. Does the Government pro-
pose to construct the East Coast
Road and to canalize the Consti-
tution Swamp?
2. Is the execution of thes<
two* projects beyond the presen
capacity of the appropr.ate Gov-
eminami Departi
3 If ihe answer to Question
No. 2 in so far as it applies t.
me.-bc in the alllrma
live, will the Government take
advantage of .lit presence in the
colony of* tlSe engineers engager
In the construct/m bf the new
SeaweJl Runway and make tht
necessary arrangements for tht
putting of these proposals Inti
operation iimultaiieiusly takinc
steps to ensure that the maximun.
possible number of people shall be
employed in the undertakings?
An Egg For
The Princess
AS if to honour Princess Alice.
this hen yesterday laid an egg
,1b. The owner of tht
hen lives nearby the route alon<:
which the I*rincess travelled on
hr drive to Government House.
The egg, the larger of these
here seen If. shown alongside an
ordinary hen's egg
New Engine
At Electric Co
Today
THE Manager of the Electri.
Co. yesterday told th
"Advocate that the Engin-
which had the broken crank
I shaft has now been re-erected
nd will be in operation agah
^day (Wednesday).
The accident occurred on Jan-
ai^ 18th and it is considered l
*ery commendable |>erforman;t
that this Engine should be in run*
mng order again in -.
time, having regarded to the fac
that a new crankshaft and bed
weighing 12 tons ha<
to be shipped from England.
Replacement parts for the
other broken down Engine ar.
expected to arrive within tht
next few days in the s B
kalian.'1
WHAT'S ON TO-DAY
Court of Grand SraaJarw at
10.04) a.m.
Mevllnu of llou*e of ,\sscin-
hly st 11.00 ..m.
Meeting of Chamber of
i i.mmfrrr at 1Z.O0 noon.
I'olice Band at (iovernmenl
House al 12.15 and 4.00
pjn.
Hater Polo. Atiuatic < li.l> ,i
4.46 i. it.
Mohllr < m..... Rrlmonl
Girls' school Pasture st
7.20 p in.
M.C.P. Wants
Public Holiday
Mr. T. O. Bryan, junior mem-
ber for St Mkh..
c on Address v.
Assembly yesterday. iiskiiiK 'ba-
the Saturday after Good Friday
be a Bank holiday.
The Address reads:
The House of Aaamb.
he opinion that the
fallPV between Good Friday and
1 ay should be I i
-lank Holiday.
The House the.efon-, espccKuHv
request Your Excellency to send
u wn immediately the necessary
gislation which will give per-
manent effect to same.
332 Sign
The number of people who
have signed petitions to the Gov-
ernor requesting sn investigation
'f the working of the Barbados
Electric Supply Corporation h*s
now reached more than 332. The
332 only accounts for

tlons to the "Advocate".-" Ad-
vertising Department
BtMM Btiorei ;md oth.
places frequented by the public
are also receiving petitions.
Some I' I siactlicity
seem to have got the :
that the petitions are conneet^l
with a pit lisation of
the Electric (.'omp.iii>
tuJ. Urn case; purpose of
to secure better servi
from the Company.
"Lady Nelson"
Here Tomorrow
The "Lady Nelson" is due tc
call at Barbados from Canada co-
morrow at daybreak. Messrs Gar-
'! i Austin & Co. Ltd.. Informed
ft* "Advocate" yesterday.
Leaving port the same night,
he "Nelson" will be bound for
St Vincent. Grenada. Trim-l..
Devaluation
Conference
Opened
The Devaluathm
comprising delegates from tiu
"'"*u t-^nobean area .
Hastings House |
*ng and wUl probably last fa.
-bout a week jr ten aays.
The Chairman is Profcsso
C. G. Beasiey. tconon.
>f the Development .t:,
^rgsnisation and the
m Mr. a Rolfe also of Develop
ment and Welfare.
Attending the
Mr. A. Emanuel, Head of lh.
fcconomic Department, Unite
Kingdom; Lt. Col. O. A. Spence
Economic Adviser. British Gulani
Hon. A. W. R. Robert:-.
Financial Secretary, Mr. A. /
Shentleld. Ecor..
Mr. L. p. Spem.
t^ustoms, Trinidad; Mr j
Uegg. Secretary for Econom
ITairs. Mr D c r>rgusoo, Com
missioner for Commerce and II
"ustry snd Mr. J. n
Trade Administrator, Jamaicr
Mr McUod Smith. Financt.
\dviscr. Windward lal l
'fonour J. M rv CJaUJ A
nnistrator. St. Lucia; Mis Hod
>ur W. F. Coutts, Adml
St. Vincent; His Hon.
"rrowsmith. A
oionial Secret arv,
'slands and Mr. E D Horn.
British Honduras.
PROGRESS AT
SEAWELL
SATISFACTORY
Approximately 4.000 feet o| th^
ew runway at StawoU
SS cle*"-*d u> '^c
dirt movers,' and rock blastin.;
s still going on in this area
Men working in two
fhlfis. have now
lor mm month and progress la
said to be saliM
No one seem. !.,
hat the other fellow
bttb man has .i (oh t
nt is getting on with it.
Perhaps tne only tirm
ny attention to 0
*hen there is dynami'.r
lone and the warning flag goes
up.
"Carry-alls" move continuously
across the mudd> strip, whun
nil one day be the new ruiiwa>.
coop up mud and n
carries these to th.
rea.
A Bulldoze;- follou.-
elosely
oparau -
in .niotii, i ana
faca mud bai tn i
and the ux-k is BtMwini
men are drilling hold
rock prior to blasting.
it is oDdarsto I
operations, that Is, puttl
and "macaqara"
area which has been cleared will
be commencing.
a^MOOOMaM
W'////,W///,v,w, ',-.-,-.-.
Check up
I on your
\ Kitchen
needs
nd 12 pt.
Vr ran supply lb, folUwIac I
l\\MI I s u ( KPANS 4. 6. S. 10 i
in.I III I I"'II I K -
KETTLES I and f. pi.
TEA POTS
U.l MINI'II S\l ( ll'AXS I r, snd 8 pt.
KETTLES
EAUTIIESKARE TEA POTS
JIT.S AND DISHES
ALSO
ENAMEL BO\\l> \M> PIE DISHES
PAY A VISIT TO in r. su.r SKRVICE depari MB I
Ihe Barbados Hardware Co.,Ltd.
Mil Bom FOR B.\r.GAIN8)
o. Thone 2100 or 4406
^ Nos. 33 & 52, Swan Slree
-'''-*****'*'*-*-***-*'"-*-*'****''*-**^**V**'--V^-,*-*.'-', (
USE A
RIPPINGILLES
BLUE-FLAME
STOVE
FOR EASY & CLEAN
COOKING
A.S.BRYDEN& SONS (rnos) LTD.
Gasolene Arrives
A eargo uf 260 drums
motor gasolene. 20 drums >
domestic easolene, 60 drums ui
vaporising oil. 120 drums ui
dlesolene and a crate of chai>*
arrived in the island yesterad\
n Trinidad by 56-ton
Schooner "Phyllss Mark."
From Itominlca. the 38-ton
hooncr "W. L. Eunicia" brought
203 bags of copra, live cords >
firewood. 3,000 loose cocoanuts.
2.000 loose fresh fruit.
Schooner "Anita H." called
from British Guiana bringing 5001
bags of charcoal and 80 tons of |
lirewood.
Messrs. Schooner Owners' Asso.
ilntion are local agents of these)
vessels.
>
POULTRY FEEDS
OF ALL KINDS
by
JeURJL\A
AGENTS.
..- nth trubeniscd collar Itached
i
E.. g-1.87
!
ihsdcs oi blue,
Sport Shirts, short sleeves. In
talk, white ......................
Ea. $4.84
'lnrts, sh. i/cs 36
E,,h $4.92
$4.60
fancy wool and cot-
... blue, rswn
i io Il| ins.
$1.11 & $1.49
IN IF.1II.OCK cullon Mhlatic
Vests. Sleeveless, sites 3 to
to Each 94c.
i AVOUR" Pyjama
suits, striped designs. Sue.
38 to < Los. Each $6.13
Knitted white Silk Scarves
MIk Masja, Each Jg gy
(ave Shepherd &. Co., Ltd.
10, 11, 12 & 13 Broad Street

Now obtsiiubUt
rreai .
II. Jssen Jssms
a <;.. Ltd.
VIM
cleans everything
/ smoothly and speedily!
Only Vim can clean your rake-tins
so quickly and smoothly A rub or
two with Vim-then rease and
burn-miirks disappear. Make all
your cleaning, easier, quicker,
saier by using Vim.
LB IK" aaai
j. n
Winner of the
Dutch International Tulip Rally
First ,n the fWrf r l5t comoetieor.
First ,n th. tod/M. a, l949 Utbon
'***4k
Charles Mcenearney & Co., Ltd.


P.M. I
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
_________________WEDNESDAY. MARCH 8, 145,
favour,', Toiln r,,,., *
urope. so haj Lla*,,, br_;'
favourite Toilet Lou ^^**
captured the roolin, _J
fr.ir.nt relief mTh.-";..^
It m. wonder. tho^*
tim.e.1 ha, bSomV ^~j]j
throughout ihe Wen InjI**
beyond YWhm^ "
lie wh^-Ve'My-^-gga '
Frol,r,eSofaBr^;inib^.
AH we a* to-* m ^ '
ye. tried Llm^.^,,'
try it. Lin* i. m*. -"
and mer.thola-.ed.

THE
TOILET LOTTOS
0/ 'no CnriUi*
O.v s^M ,r
RIP KIRBY
DCs rafr rtiTX/r rim,
s.1? "ft-WJ vViiuS teh-
J% ^_T TfiS s *"* -" "s-.t^
-*.>.' # vou tax " 1 *s ciM '<
I E-VU.SS /aaevcv ,.v-
Cv" its**
fv^*- 00 r'
'I klT| 9W' iT vtsoS!
UIJ. C# / iTg N TX |M! C.T
CM... /T_t CAKHJiru.*.!
a save c* a s...i
HOW'S* "O" -0
\sc~i*t...i>jipt cm
tH AHOT,
ALEX RAYMOND
____*Tr'""*OT,yTci~N0>OI
MY SgST rH.fNOl / -^ ao-- ;
ix .* aor -w,/*ss lltLT IW.M
.......Skin less oil>
.......L" coarse
...'. Fewb''.-.hes
' **IW ,,
/...^e/r00^
iou. lo.. .an ,\|hi| ih...!- skin improvemeiil'.in only 14 .lav.
" v" *"..... veJ '"" admire. and every won mm. -mi.. ,.,., the
Palmoliv. 11, ,,, l'i, '. ir, ample. This is all you do :
1 Wtk tm ratJ mtl Halmolm Soap.
- 'u/Aw into/ma skin f*
' """' it/ .'
""''"'" 'i':- tad -.hi -m prove as the doctors
Pjwed thl i you keep ygg. .kin clean-*! bv
Palmoli-,', beniiilVlMi oUvt oil taker, you will . "----------
KEEP THAT SCHOOLGIRL CDMPLKMUX
YOU OH
SURE STARTING
A FINE ASSORTMENT OF -
BOOKS
NOW OPENED AT THE
\tlv4Hr< Stationer?
Lot* more I*"""
going pU **
vour car n fftr'
wi.h n EX1W *
,cry. BX.DIJT-
vou dFtl,d'bl!0,
fisrerirut'Ol'"
economi"1 *""":
ra.keitri^ou.*'*
ing brv f
need, of J" *
100.7. wk-k-J
Bride...YOU So*
OIMMOAW *""
FOMI'"81
i
I
CITY O.MIAC*
* 71U**"


T
ffEPNESPAY. MARCH 8. 1950
CLASSIFIED ADS. 22*
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
PAGE SEVEN
I..S
MJES
FOR HFVr
MOUSE'
| >undr. Si lavrniB* QUI MM
"23 ** *rn) b> obuinin, oH
^* PHv>t# Chrutma, CHd. mm.
"t today 'or bMulifuI fr*.
Mm Um

H1B-C "US
rttflOS AND MAL
aft-Al* P- "* ""
crtKING ADVOCATS iMondftyi
par.**
IN MEMORIAM
k - lovinf wm*iiilrmc* or ou-
* malr* Mid fahr C*pt JOHN
*z&sz?}*r" j
^t van rwv* pud but vri the
^Crfiit <* that xd day iwnmn i
which we hold men I
return again
Ctbeu 1 a0"" to better '"d
-_ JjhI "' **> and P**ce
M earthly Joye and *n and wo*
I7nb forever oeaee.
21 mb*I. *'. Ertwerd. She!'*
W- raure. Alfred, Errol trhlldreni
^^bfollwr' 8.3 SOln
a r*etraT rrirrnorv ol P.JiaE BIRCH
-a. hit intn veer tnda)'
< passed y
__j ' w *"
9t-n" g ,et remrmbw thee
r*sr taOtsfht* arv '"*' Ib* ***'*
j" Turptn (Uortur). Shrla Birch
Pr-^f' Ruth Brathwaile (SKtce b
poaa'- Worthin*'
w m ^un^~Nvnbw Apply ha >*>
__________ *.3.5e-Si
""""" "" J -In
J*" Apply; uri
Ptmw hoi
bUi uo
*ivnl
H -
NOTICE
signed.
O. 8. CORBIN.
Parochial Treeaurer.
St Peter
NOTICE
PA.II, OP ST. PPT,,
. fit,.?**.1* ?f""""o".
**
T S SO I
OSiACON VILLA_CW"
i r<*-ui, du, mJTg"- '
j,^^. p-rtorm th* dut!j of Dtiuici
l arl*lr Hay
IN POUT flrh l>ltuilvmr S Sen C*at aCrQuilkln frnm Tn-Mw i
J^*1*- * v DTWODd, SrK Urd>rua S a Ate MfaikiT -
*- 8C*t ManaWa? II. 9 8 Taflk-lan. cnt llanaan f*T" i*^
Klta WoMta. h Vnltad PtltMm Da Cbala CoJTS
I
Lucia; Aft-mta
th laja^ N^Cirsc*. MoUnT ^^ Aaw^ion
H V.
lonaa. Seh.
ARRIVALB
arho.*.-* W L Bmk-ia. M tou n
-"i* ''pn. Km Domlruca. Apou
>hrw Own-n1 AancaaUan YbAi Sarva^taT'lkaH
Srnoenar phyliaa Mar* . ~^"i_^. -1* _^
Kin*, far 9t vW; Ar.m Scnoenar
,v AaamaUon
iwonar RIW Mart. M v-u iw capt BnhtrM toT S Thoina.
IN TOUCH WITH BARK ADOS COAST STATION
( :v aaj
ir rurtnc
BroK-na
houaa allowanrr
r inontl
At*
Itaw*
* w _______________t aa-4 f
, coAL SAKDHf Wonhln. in i
PLATS full, rurnMi>i m, K,(n,
IS 1
-Uji
,^V, '"* "~1 v.ll.blc c.ll
M_______________3 Sw-Sn
-3SaW-.lJ6Lrt(S-. ->-
'-'Ifii-lflinl
_,, _^ SiaiK-d. u
Clrr* of th. Commii^o-r,
'PPI>. to tha
S CORBIN.
( llrallh.
^t Prtrr
3So4n
J-121?? f^** tea- a. lonlh.
from 1M April. Plaaunl |Wuk- Ri.hoo t
Cojur. Hill. ,,rdw. a.,aBr. T.irpho?,.
*rry rraaonabla rent lo Carrfu) TaivanM
prrfrrably bafora 10.30
T.XKOln
Pligtia ;
FOH SrW.fi
NOTICE
^ M*art win ba .-lo*ad | t> o-clort
~x THURSDAY, tha nh M.^h
POfcCT H DURTOiV.
P"chla! Trnaaurr..
St. Miohar
_^______ 7.1.901
NOTICE
VILLA UNA-Hartlnc. tat April
^rdtooma III with wa'ar. draaUnc roan i
3: WIIH. and .bath,. fiftZ DUI S]H .*?, " P* month
AUTOMOTIVE
CaA-Ont Ford Pral*.
WT food condillon
Vptat Cta Hoebucrt ST
I 1B4B modal in
Apply Unliad
Dial 9T4I
:i :i :* ...
Mlaa Nonna GoodndBa
3 SOto
parish of *t raurr
wWSSt H.5""h vu,,or ,or ,h p-'"^
Philip Muat bold R.s I Cartlnrau
ApaUaajttae
fQUr-HIIInan Ml.ix. ona of the ban
Jp auo>l' >HII (otiiK xtrona:. Alwav.
* drtvan. In flood rondlllon
llMDnabla prtea Apply: Sttauchn ,
aaa. JanaaSlraat. 2.S0-tf n
HARCUFT-M Uwranea- On-tha-Saa
Full), funuahad from 1r AprU 1M0
1 soin
ial 3750
HOISTS -St Jamaa Coaat Two houi
nawly built, vinfumtthad, to be la*
laaaa. and two conunodtoui fUmUhad
naM on ana ixropart-'. Unbeatable
b*an and baUiinc Can be viewed any
lime of day by ^tillable tenant. Box XX
i o Advocata, Co. si.soan
Oe-SUndard (HP IMT Model
-ajataad IB aocldrnl Can be aaen a*
Ca-Mty Oaraca OfTera in wTltlna
ItaBafMd up to 4 p.m. Friday 10th
M-pfi 1(M it*. A. Lynch A Co. I.v
T.3 90n
CU-Mo'n- inp 1W8 model. Only
Ontr driven and mileage only 1.300
A-elr Hr OTX.n>.rll Te'-phona- 3314
8 3 30In
GUTS-RISE'. Erdlrton HID. At Mlctv.-
n-m 1st April for an indefinite period
'u-ruhed For further particular! di-
W*.^TEI
CAI-Oiik Tarraplane Sedan Cnvnar
rina in' In good condition Phona
aaermr a 3.m--
LIVESTOCK
NTPHS- Bull Terrier Maitlffa. >e\-r
pta old Two reirwlea and one mala
ffl PAakf -crllenl waich-doa:- Dial
* 7.1 50In
cov Graded C iifrnnev Cow ,.
Cat CivM 2 wt*k* Giving 24 iiv
-Ty Htatala i a family
attlerr ram. St.
5 3.503n.
TO-. Pure luni Alraalan
aalti Appiv t-> N
Batar. PlanUtton. 8*
BWf Pcam *9-191.
3.50- -*-
HELP
A STTafOGRAPHER A TYPIST -
i Female) for our Office. Apply In pereon
3 3 50-t.'.n
WANTED
CCHANICAL
JfJCtJUB CARRIOt CVCIXB- Al-o
Dta II f>nt- and I*dle- ftpnrta Au!"
ffla Co Trafalcar 9t. Dial MM.
7 1 HO t.f
uncir. '-,
M comfleii-
M Prici- 140 00 DmI U
SCELUNE0US
A Teacher for the Anglican High
School ilor girlal. Grenada. Application.
.tatuiB quallncatlonii should be addre**-
wl to the Archdeacon of Grenada, the
before the end of
4.3.9aan.
MISCELLANEOUS
a^^Tdr^a^^,*Ml C-rtlllca'
W C. MAMNTKO. Caq .
Aquatic Court.
S- M ,i. ,
7.1.5031
(or
WASTED TO BUNT
SBA-SIDfc PREMISESSuitable
Licensed Club. Hasting*. Worthing
St. Lawrence. Particular*: Apply. Do:
A.A. C/o Advocate Co.
5.1.90IB
SHARESBarbados Foundry, Central
Foundry. Barbados Ice Company and
Barbados Telephone Prelarence. Mr
Webb. Phone 3101.
UimflVXS- of every deaertptlo..
g* China, old Jewels, line Sa>i.
.Meoioun Early book*. Map*. Auto- j
pi*, etc it Gonlngra Antique Shop.'
> Moral Yacnt Club
1J.4.I.f.n.
KMlGi: BABY'S CRADLEIn good
condition with or without mattreaa
ApproKlmata size 9 x 1 ft. Phone 3IM
T.S.903n
WC SUIT-Ooal, t-e-a MMJ tro.!-
BVJfstir Top Hat Mie 7 IB All
WANTED TO BORROWBaine. hh-
tory of Lancaehlre, Jeruer'* Well* Caine-
draj MI. Nominal sum offered for uae
of am. Apply:-- R. T. Co Advocau
AUveniitlng Dept. S 3 90On
pre-war quality i
Dial 3001
1.S.50"
pi 111 M 4.ALES
WSRA-One tli Argoflrai Reflex
. '* (In..--- Cnlarger lor above
"Co Colonnade Store*.
_ _____________rsso-an,
,-iCtillPLETE OLTT1T
SM Wmr f0, Gcntlem-
l*0r-i t3~a
or forma
about m
7 1/50In
ii 14 a 2B gang*
It li-ni;Ui* !
I. '.. 5'lg and
Enquire Auto Tyre
fVANISE sme:ts
X" ft va. I (1. and
thai plain i/iB.
varlou. utM. L1K(U
T-.f-jgar Street
^^_____________________1.3.501 f n
i^RfrLUSS MACHINE \ ~
?*" Beard's Auction Room
b Alley Phone tail
_ 8.3 50-lf
n-WTiOH- loa Cream and Mineral
D*al, siv,,,,, q,^, rrw#,,
** condition with Guarantees al
J Beards Auction Room. Hard-
" *> Phone 4M1 3 50-2n
T^
WK* LICENSE NOTICE
fpurouon of Ernest Qrlfflth,
Liquor License No 151 of
"d ta him m reaocct of hoiloni
Kail building at
Michael for permission
*m Liquor License at bottom
I Moray building in Nelson
i 3A^!SaL^?riXU','' ,bm '
I ** Jfcgl-lrwe. Z "A"
"d KRNEST UHirTITH,
Kb -, Applicant
JaLJ- Ljcan^lhB Court lo be
P*Jf* Court. District "A", on
f lilh day of March IttfO M
-. HA TALMA.
LOv* FOUND
LOST
tr TICKET Seria, Q1M1
amp lo Glance
* Pond. St Thomas
7 3 "> to.
ft Germs
N n 7 Miiiufes
LrS-naer*rn.Snirl''>,i,,n'---
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lMii1i-* ', r,,h a'"' <"h^-
' %ttifhL. "*"n*nia 1 va only
*!*{*?!?" P" * ** "6
At-'CTION
WEDNEBDay 81h at I p m BELFI&LD
HOUSXNG SCrTEMT, BLACK ROCK. ..
double roofed board and shingle house
w.ih arsad-kltchan. W.C. Bath and water
in the yard4 18 x f x 8 painted In and
out. land ran ba ranked #* par monlb,
IMMEDIATE VACANT TOsssWJalON.
Cash on fall of Harnaxer
B ARCHasR McKEM/.IF.
OFFICIAL NOTICE
BARBADOS.
IN THE AaBIITANT COIRT OF
alftU
'Equitable JurisdlcUc-*.
KsWNETII CLIFFORD BROWNE
BYRON WILLIAM DURART """
AJICHER Ii.Kr.dsat
lKIItPU?u"'c* o( " rt" ln < Court
in the above action made on the 5th flay
* Jssnuary, iwo. I g,ve notice to ail
Persons having any estate, right or inl*(-
jn or any lien or lncumbranca affect-
aattSsK t1^Min .p,#c* OT "' ol land
sVJsm1*. '* Cnt> HtU to "* PWh ol
Saint Lucy in this I land containing ba
"nj""rainnt three rood* twenty one
Pf.ctf* or iheraabouU abutting and
bounding on land) of B Sainn*.
Charles Uromes, M. Greaves, II. Griffith.
B .Skinner. H. Qrllath. O. Armstrong,
John (.nmth and on the public road or
5^T'. "ZL *"* *" ""*> but "o
bound, to bring before me mn account
of their said claim* with their witnessaa,
oocumenU and voucher*, to be examined
ma on any Tueeday, or Friday be-
aen the noun of 11 moon) and 3
lock in the afternoon, at the Office of
r Clark of the Assistant Court of
Appeal at the Court House Bridgetown,
before the 15th day of March. I860, in
ir that such claims may be ranked
according lo the nature and priority
heieol respectively; otherwise such par-
ana v. ill be precluded from the benefit
J th raid Decree, and ba deprived ol
all claim oa or against the said property.
Claimants are also notified that Ihey
muat attend the said Court on Wednes-
day the lith day of March, ISM, at 10
oclock am. when their -Bid claima will
be ranited.
CABLE and WlrMrea ir 1 > Ltd NotrajniUer. 9 S Ore ilia is Ladv
%rir*'zsri, p^u.-. si ^.Vai "s^SS"
s < r.i.r,., ss p.lm. HilU. ss n," imi2m*.m'*JL?S!!:
< S Abu. as RrnjiUU. S ov. S5S Si "" of SmS?^ a I
e MBi S S UpMi PUnl. a laimi sOIII JEr7
..d- p.^_ U AiwSaa!,?,"^,J5Sr *
De Jutsby
fjag | S MaairetanJa fl.S
S S
^Uuju4i
ARRIVALS By B W I A L
From Antigua.
Padrtak Mrjjonald. Ttwor FOx. Maurtor
DaVARTURES By B W 1 A U
l'r TrtrUdad.
Mr* Kate Maiuark. Miut Madaleiix
IBaltnrttg. Mr Ktanlev \Liilex-X> ukra
Ella Barrow. Mr Josxt DaMontbrun Mr*
Rior- Vera DeMontbrun. Mrs Roaarntand
Fenno. Mr Ian Bruce, Mr II Itar>tti
Pel Iraaaggaj
^l1*^?^"* Mr Aubyn Cato, Mr E llunte.
^Gertrudo Ebarstada. Andree P Boitat. F*>r (leorgetown
Berrr* Kamniuer. Mlaa Evelyn Oulnam, Mr* Marlam
r>can Jamaica Griffith. Mr. A ran Karp. Mr Raahid
-'onn Sfaeilay Mordersu. Mr Donald Khali Mra Garirude Adanat. Mr*
**npbell FrrgUBsMi. Mr John Barlow Jirllth CIWl*Uanl. Mr MWuiie re.
Rev IsKsn Millar
Michai
Ftom Cd. TVujiuo
(til I. J RJosKImi. Mr*
Clega
Ship's Repairs
Going Ahead
MtJM Overtlue
U.S. Spy Confesses \
Before Sofia Court
SOFIA. March 7.
VerdicU and sentences are ex-
pected here to-night or tomorrow
momini in the trial of five bul-
wrlaru accused of spying for the
Ajnerlcan lesiaUon In Sofia.
whose examination concluded
ihls morning.
First witness to-day .was Jlvke
Kindova, a legation crnploi,.- uno
pleaded guilty.
Rindova said she had worked
at the American Legation nom-
inally aa a switch board operator,
but in fact as an intelligence
agent.
She was in contact with many
people since condemned for es-
pionage as well as with Titoist-
agents.
She said that in April 1S47.
ahe took an oath of loyalty Is her
cmuloyers In the presence ol
' actinx American Consul Cleve-
land and Consular Official Bayou-
main who were in fan- the heads
of the American Intelligence ta
B-ilgaria."
She met Mr. Heath shortly after
nla arrival In Bulgaria as a Under-
states Minister, and called on him
frequently at his office and hi!
home. Rindova said.
She said she had received monev
from Mr Heath, a total of 114 OOf
leaves.
She .ilso worked for "Color.e-
>':it/in,h. ihc American Military
Attache." She said that from he-
talk.s with Mr Heath u .,.,. ,1,.,,
the Americans were determiner
to see the whole of Macedonia
including Bulgarian Macedonu
Incorporated In Tito's Yugoslavia
She described a visit to the
commercial town of Pleven, north-
east of Sofia to get Information ior
Mr. Louis Charles (V, k "
United States commercial attache
Sealer
..ITS.-
Considering thai the fire which
broke out on the 84-ton motor
schooner "Cachalot" while docked
on Friday lasted three? hours, the
flamage is less than was expected.
Captain Richardson told the "Ad-
vocate" yesterday.
The mainsail and &tems*ay-
sail were completelv destroyed
by the fire. Timbers in the engin*
room burnt V4of an Inch deep ,
inri similarly has the undeipart vW*d ,f lhe subchaser It sighti-d
or if there is any information i.(
Subchaser Signal 3rd, is re-
ported to have left St. Thomas
on February 2S enroute to Miami
and la considered overdue, ac-
cording to a cablegram received
at the local Harbour and
Shipping Department vestcrday.
The ship is 110 feet long,
carries white paint on the masts
and a radio dome on trie for-
ward mast.
A broadcast has been made from
San Juan to all ships and stations
equesting that the office be ad-
SHIPPING NOTICES
The Sch-usrver 'Zita WonrLr
will accept Cargo and Piiiiagajii
lor Trinidad, sailing Wedneada.
tli March
MAIL NOTICES
Mail* for SI. Vincent. 11
TrtrUdad and Briuah GuJaty
UM SB Liaty Nelson
cloeest at tha General Una
ee undsu:--
Parcel Mall at 3 p m m the
i*th March 1800, Ragristered aiv.
C>dlna*ry Malta at 8 30 a m .-
Dm am March isat.
Malta for Martinique. An:igx
~* Cavila. St Ttsomas. V t and
York by the s S I
I Will ba closed st 1
he
4 p.'na. on tha 10th1 March If*
Orettnatrr Mattl at 10 II a m. o
the Uth March ISM
Mall* tar Dtsmmica by
Schnonar Molly N Jonee will -
cloaed al tha General Poet Offin
I'tarrel. RegUtarad and Osduiar
Malla at tl 13 p in on ti
March IBSO
HARRISON LINE
ODTWABD FROM THE UNITED KINGDOM
Daa
SS. "CUSTODIAN"
SS. "LLOYDCREST"
SS. "ATLANTIAN"
SS. "COMEDIAN"
S S KXI'LORER"
. London
. London
.. I-lverpool
. 14indon
Olaaatrs
7th Feb.
25th Feb.
8th Mar.
11th Mar.
End Mar.
8th Mar.
lJTh Mar.
-3rd Mar.
30th Mar.
Mid April
HOMEWARD
of the deck.
Fortunately, the engine has
been saved. It is in good condi-
tion except for certain electrical
arrangements which will have to
be replaced. The engine was kept "rdur ". J^***,,'!" S', V'"-
covered with water while the en- W .'" " Cape Verde laUnda.
any
its whereabouts.
LONDON, March 7
The Portuguese auxiliary sail-
ing vessel. Ollicsv, is twelve day:
vcred with water while the en-
gine room was ablaze and that
was responsible for Its not being
destroyed. The generator la still
O.K.
Repairs are getting uhead
quickly, but the vessel la ex-
pected to spend another two to
three weeks here. Pieces .it
timber are being let Into the
places where holes were made
for an outlet of water. The burnt port on Monday for~SL Thoiiiai.
timbers will be scraped and two manned by Captain Schlest and
coata of paint applied. crew of eight.
"The fire was fought well." The "Serva LaBarl" la on a
said Captain Richardson. He had pleasure cruise around the West
no idea of the estimated cost of Indies. It called at Barbados from
repairs. Martinique.
Lloyds Shipping Agency here re-
ported to-day.
The vessel left St. Vincent' on
February 21 with a crew of seven
and eight passengers.Rrutcr.
Yacht Leaved Port
After a 35-day stay here. Yacht
"Sarva I-Ulan,, (65 tons) left
Recruiting Should
Be Increased
SAYS STRACHEY
LONIXJN, March 7.
War Minister, John Strachey.
to-day said that Britain would
find it increasingly difficult u
maintain an efficient army In 1951
unleaa recruiting could be in-
I :.;im,i
In a memorandum on Uu- Ana**
Estimates, Strachey
18.400 volunteers were enlisted on
normal fiinagcments during 1949.
Owing to the lack of regulars, it
has been essential to use National
Service Men in all theatres over-
tH
The Army Estimates, totalling
299,000,000 showed a net de-
crease of 5,699.900 for tha year.
Thf reductions were partly coun-
teracted by additional costs arising
out of the situation In Hong Kong
and Malaya. Defence Minister
Chanuel Shmwell disclosed that
Britain';' financial outlay under the
Atlantic and Brussels Treaties was
estimated at 119.000. The total
included a new directorate of sci-
entific intelligence.Renter.
FOK r.MTKD KINGDOM.
Pot- aesea
., London 9th Mi
For further particular, apply to
0A COSTA A CO.. LTE -AgenU.
SS -IUIGHLI"
Canadmn National Steamsliips
lOt'TMBOt'ND
GOVERNMENT NOTICE
OFFICIAL SALE
BAUDADOS
IN Till ASSISTANT COt'BT OF
ATPBAL
Equitable JurladlcUoni.
KENNETH CLIFFORD BROWNE
THE BARBADOS POLICE
TENDERS FOR THE SUPPLY OF 0REEN FODDER
Tenders are invited for lhe supply daily of 340 lbs of Green
Fodder for three months beginning from the 1st of April, 1950, for
The Barbados Police ut District "A"
>. Further information is obtainable from lhe Officer in charge
BYRON WILLIAM DLBANT
ARCHER
T.S.I
KHJIIAV 10th alpm UPPBR BANK
IIAU. MAIN I OAD, MEW BOAKD A.V1
SHINGLE HOUSE 18x10x8. pine Hour
immediate poaaaaalon. CASH ON FAU
OF HAMMER
R ARCHaK McKEMZ IF..
Aiirtsonrera
111.-)
REAL ESTATE
LAND at Amity Lodge, Worthing-
Christ Church, IT houie spot* varying
f-om 8.000 *q ft to I1.0S0 sq ft NW
road recently built, and rater service
obtainable for each aeot from Vendor''
4* water main, and electric eerv>e ro
further partleuUra apply Mr N Alleyne.
Fairway*. Worthing* or Dial SIM Term
can be arranged-
II.1 so ::
Defeneaat
NOTICE ii hereby given that by virtue
ut an Order of Uia Aaaiatant Court of
Appeal dalad the 5th day of January,
19*0. there will be set up lor sale to lhe
highest bidder at tha Oence ol the Clerk
of the Aiaiitant Court of Appeal at tha
Court llouae. Bridgetown, between tha
hour* of. 11 inoon* and 3 o'clock In UM
afternoon on Friday the nth day of
March, I960.
All that certain piece or parcel of
land situate at Crab Hill In lhe parish ol
Saint Lucy in this Island containing by
admeasurement three rood* twenty one
parchee or thereabout* abutting and
bounding on land* of B. Skinner. Charles
Brontes. M. Greaves. II. Griffith. B. Skin-
ner. H. Orilnth. O. Arrnatrong. John
Griffith and on the public road or how-
e/er else the same may abut and bound.
ud If net then sold the *ald property
will be *ei up for sale on every succeed-
ing P. 'ay between the tame hours until
lhe same Is sold for a sum not lea* than
CI04. 1 L
Dated this 5th day of January, ISA*
I. V. UII.KRS.
Ag Cleg* r.f tha A*-t. Court of Appeal.
7 IJS.9n.
riaiatia Mounted Branch, District "A" Police Station.
ri iisoa \i
. .JDiiaaa No. *S Roebuck
Street. Just rebuilt Vary eullable lot
Grocery or l^wvlglor. and Liquor bul-1
'.eaa. Tnapertlon on application Offer-
in writing HI be received by the
i idetaurned
. JOapteMH.
The public are herein varnad .gains.
giving credit lo m>- y,ile OLADV:
I1UTCJBEH nee ^idiford aa 1 do no
Isold myself raaponalble for he* or an*
i>ns> elae ooaitracting any debt or debts i
iiiy name luilaas by a written tsrUri signe
by me.
Signed NATTIANrEI- RUTCIIER.
I'l.^i-n i
SI. James
T 3 50-3.
"SkanayMda".
~ aaa Oardena
18.1 *- Tn
atAJJSBlIRY". Gun Hill. Oiarmlng
cmtntry hefoa atariding on the iiajomlt
of this ouSaUndinc view point giving
tii.nvkdlrd pirturaa over a wide area
Tii* well bulR modern atone properi'
has bean erected a eufneient time f
it to heroine mated into Its
r, uiMin .sri There are J rareoUon. 1 bed
-ooma. 1 .waneVdhe. gMagaja. ataWaa.
nock pans Carriage way encuclM
houaa Taleprsane and all amenltiee
Appro* 8 acraa DtXOK 4 BLAlKW
ReeJ EBtate AgamU. Aurllanaarr. Plan-
Ubana Dulktlngej, Phone 4640
tSSf*- *
L5*-
^^'"Odaea, (rom
. _. money
'MF PMhaga. Gat
"Psjoi your < herniat
!oda y and r*>-
rwwa.1 IB. her-a:
"1*'tl u ;- i/9
RaTTRXAT. Six atan'a Bay. St Pete*
Charming old world rtiutttry homo very
,iidl> 1 acre* af ground with own bathln
badreoena, fcllchen
out-buikUnaa Available -iO.
r. .ana i lii at lew figure DDCON
HI ADOS. Heal Eatate Adenta. AucUon.
ear*, PlanUtaons BuikJing. Paorw 4
1 SS-
SAl-IBBURY CCiTTAQE,-l*orkl.-. Ter-
'irg of closed Oalkarv. Draw
tng and DlMag room. 1 bidjuomi
kllresen. rsath and lolaH. Walar. Oaa
a.vd Eaactrletty
for further particulars dial Stag
8 S SO-!
IW-UX VLSTA aacbley Near Golf
Cl.ibi New roraj black reatdance
Mnobetiuctad vknra over lanka and
lining
afcasM^^
._ Tse-ragad rasrfc gardan. lairn. tropi
nal 'h. jo. and plant* DUCON BLA-
DON. Ikaal Salate Agent*. Aiartsanear*
iiatlacvs Bleat Fhone
t S.S*- In
vnw craal
M1TH as 1
The nubile are hereby wvrnnJ again*'
credit to my wife ESMIE MAUD1
. ho.d myseli
ible far her or anvoru- etar conUactln>
any debt or debts In my iiame unle** ^
a wntlan order signed by me
FTTE OgflALD WATTS.
St. Bernards Village
St Joarph
s a soan
LIQUOR LICENCE NOTICE
3. Tenders should be forwarded In sealed envelopes addressed to
the Colonial Secretary (and not to any officer by name) so as to reach
the Colonial Secretary's Office not later than lhe 21st of March, 1950.
6 3 50 ln.
Bevin Receives
Sc human
LONDON, March ~
High level advisers writ- prsjg-
ent when the British Foreign Sec-
retary, Ernest Bevin. received tht>
French Foreign Minister, Robert
Schuman ;l the Foreign Office
this evening.
Sn William Strang, Permanent
Under Secretary, Sir Ivone Kiik-
patnek. the head of the Foreign
Office German Department, and
Mr. M. E. Denlng, head of itie
For Eastern Department, wp-
with Bevin.
i..u v \n.-.;
I AN-AI1A.N
CHAIJEMGEM
l.AIY RODNEY
1.AUY .fnJKIN
l-XUY RODNEY
I-VI1Y NEliON
UDY RODNEY
ll\h My
alsi Mai
Ml. Hai
Stth rab itth Feb
10th Mar
SffU) Mar
llth Apr
IBtt \:.,
3rd June
3rd July
ITth Mar
llth Apr
ITth May
BMSi MM
51h Apr
33rd Apr
?0th Mar
th Apr.
94th Apr
37th Uay
NOATMBMUND Barbado. Barbado.
Si John
l-ADY NEtSON
I.ADY niM.Nr.Y
IAI1V NFJ.SON.
1ADY RODNEY
I^DY NEJ.StiN
1J-DY RODNEY
11s Mar
ITth Apt
th Ma
tl, J\m
3Tth JunalSth
STlh Ju 3Bth
SEnd Mar let Apr 2nd Appr
nth Apr 18th Apr rrth Am
iK ," 125 r* 5S mS
linn J.u. isth Juno ------ itn jun
8th July ------ loth jutv
7th Aug ------ flth Aug.
NJL-Aubleet to chajia* without notice I
bora, raaaanaar rare* and freight
GARDINER AUSTIN & CO.. LTD. Af agfts.
Cm LE.. IIIWSVIIIMI.MI
FRENCH USB
Sailing to Trtnlda*
"GASCOGNE"
"MISR" _____
"GASCOGNE"
"MISR" ...
"GASCOGNE"
March llth
AprU 19th
May 0th
May 24th
SaUIng la
i-lymfKiU
March 2 lit
AprU 4th
April 20th
May 13th
May 31st
for further particulars apply to :_
R. M. JONES & CO., LTD.-Agents.
NOTICE
BARBADOS GENERAL ROSFITAI.
mxOJOi TtNDERS will b* received at
no Hospital up to 11 o'cloek iwu o>
i^seadaj/, 14th March, 19*0. tor the MAK*
iNa or VHtrouMfi for mm.i.
HIHSES AND POirrXIU for a periol
if ona yeaa* from 1st April. ISM ,
Tesider forms will be aupplled on ap-
>licaason to the SMwetary. General Ho*-
.iilal. and tenders will not ba entrrtain-
d i<>cepi ihey are on forms supplied by
ha- Hoapltai.
I'...un. lenderlag aiatl sabaiU al Ike
llaaa af teaaarlaf letter, free. Iwe alher
per.tin. haawa le b*m*b prsaeiit. '
eeeasia* ik.it llllaiaesa ts heeeaae
baaa* aa **r*tla* far Ike falkl-isal -I
Ike .nun
Ft rt her paieJouhn mary be obbfine
from the Scsriwtary, General Hoapltai
W. GOODMAN
sr. n <
8 1W Jii
NOTICE
BARBAOOB .1 M it m HOSPITAL
SEAIiD TENDEJUI will Is. recnywd
t tha Hoaptlaj up to 11 o'clock noon ...
Tuaaday. Uth March. ISOO. lor supply
ing ariicle* at the following Una* for ,
pwjod 0f x .nonta, ,, m AvfU
'Ii PMDSH UkEAD
'Si ALCOHOL
tJ*mT "" l^*'ve lender, wil
be snpplkad on iigg IIBMiiii to the tar
<-* of ,ha olr-Ul lOr-g^uT
er.dara will no, he ^3inel e.c^,
er:rc^'ottr-~wwi'
All article* fumiahed ahagl be ol
tne ben quality .aid be subject to tha
SPfejaaio| ihe Medical *ip-onlendciit
who* decision shall ba final In innrd
LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE
THE application of William R Jordan
Uquor Laoanae No iron oa
SO granted to Evelyn King In reapeal
>t a 3 Moray wail building known V
Colonial Hotel Tudor Street, St Mi-
I ael for ptimlaoliiii to uae said l.ncii
I bottom of a 1 ctorry -all building
cnown aa tha "Bsnaary" Nalaon Streei
Dated this 4th day of Mamh 19*0
To Jf A TALMA. Fq
l*o;.c* Magislmta, Dlat A
Signed WUJaAJI R JORDAN
Appllcanl
N B Thl* application will ba ron*i-
ered at a Ulcanaing Court ia> be held
il Police Coisrt, Dtatrlct 'A', on TuaarUy
he HUi day of March IBM al U o'clock.
sSfaVtaV'
la mob agld l.iqo. 1.
and akuaMUe shop near front ru,
of Two Mil* Hah. SS SCkthaga
llale -.( M.n-, LtW
TV E A. MadJaTJO. E-q .
Pobre M*tf**il0. Diet A "
Signed FITZ GUIATONK.
for Applicanl
N II Thl* aopllOattlon will be to
Idared al a LiconalnoT Caun to ba he
t Ptoliee Court, Dtstrkt "A", on Fridi
the llth day of Maseeh. ISM. a II oclo.
B A MrUEOD
PoUce Mggdatrale. Dut A
8.1.50-
nel Sur%eyors. PlaMaU
Q. .57. Service
Jatna In giving a hearty
Welcome
Royal Visitors
For beat value in Properties
Contact - -
RALPH A. BEARD fv a.
(Auctionerr a. Eatate Agent)
Who has available with im-
mediate poaaokeslon. Numer-
ous Properties, situated in
Good residential areas and
on the Coast. Ranging from
2,000 to 5,000.
-Morfoagrs easily arrangrd
Office hours 8 a.m. to noon
dally, at Hardwood Alley
opposite Cathedral.
Phone 4*363. after hours 8402
At your service in all
coni iriandf.
r*f*ee* leaden..
Mm af taaderini i,u,
peris)*, kaaan i* p....
treaatag ibelr triiiiat
aa* as *ar*iii ,
...in.i
lltr
laiaseat af
tie ulan may ba obusil^u"'
al the General llospiui
W GOODMAN
SarreUiy
a 3 % .'
I Oil SAI I
HOUSE SPOTS
HI IIIHM. SITES
Cash or Easy Terms
From 10c. ptr Sq. foot up
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at -
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OAJU3CN KINGSTON TEH-
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Ofnce. Coleridge Street.
"I 3Ser Bridgetown.
VIEW GUEST
HOUSE
HASTINGS. BABBAIHIS
EXCELLENT ( 1 IS1M
FULLY STIK Kill BAR
"MIS: $5.00 prr Day ft
upward.
lll.lllMV. I
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Mrs W s. 1I0WELL
De ABREU
. .. for . .
LADIES' and GENTS'
TAILORING.
Marhill SI. : Phone 2523
VOf*VV>1Vi
LINOLEUM CARPETS
Sites: It by 7"/, tt :..l 10y, ft by 9 ft
Aim
LINOLEUM IN ROLLS 6 ft. wide
All very reasonable in Price.
ys come around -
\D\ KHTiSE. .
. . IT PAYS.
WILLIAM FOGARTY LTD.
I When shopping days
toke a look af what m, have to o/Jer - -
fV*> ^FE MAZ TEA; PINK. RED I CHUM
/SALMON; SWIFT BEEF I VEGETABLES; KRAFT CMKCSK
Is MACARONI; EVAP. MILK; MEAT ROLLS; PALETHORPE
SAUSAGES. FRUIT SALAD, ROYAL B. POWDER; SLICED
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SEE US AND PLACE YOUR ORDERS'.
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Dial 4335
Ltd.
INC. IN B.C.
a
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THE TRADITIONS OF
FINE TAILORING
TO-DAY. as ever before . .
f'OGARTY'S u in the lead with
up-to-the-minute Stvling for
MEN'S SUITS.
HIGH QUALITY WOKKrVAN-
SHIP and attention to details
carried to Perfection.
ORDER YOUB NEXT SLIT
NOW!
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Suiting, in Stock.
Roebuck Street
LIGHT & POWER
TROUBLE FREE
INSTAL -
"LISTER"
ALTERNATOR SETS
1.71 X.W. OUSEL DSIVIN ALTEKNATOB*
II. I
1*
It
K.W.
B.W.
K.W.
.W.
AU rosaalsl* wllh SwItchaMrski aa* AaSaaaalk Vallage
Bsnassra
COMPLrrE RANGE
Aly -
OF SPARE PARTS IN STOCK I
TWE BARBADOS FBCIVDMY LuL
WaH. rack KoaS Mai UU


ru.i i IGfll
BARRA.X.n \J)\" \ll
WM>NrM>VV, MARtUR im
Two Fillies
Rfeel Wilh
Top \\ rights
flllle- -man-
sion. '
of racing.

It* I'
Ptp. V. i -
ceppr I
the abovr iv
v oiletun
i
While to Pharos and Mounl
OMy will i-oncvde no len a
lbs. Tre distance is ol lui
and should produce a good lest of
speed between all concerned.
In
class iour-vrar-o!d-
R. H. Ma>ers' bis browo CTldint
PDBtfcrli
tes. ana will b. Eiv.riR
: .eight all row
furlor.i. i
be Joint Comn^d who wUlhavo -.- ^ Midd,t. Schools Obstacle Race at the CodrinKlon High School sports yesterday, these
Fan,? S5S M locket" c?n .r of their hands tied la their left foot tried in vain to bite the buns on the string.
ounSr,ott c'a eh'M.n'uT:' m however proved to be '-hard -^ey were allowed to use their hands. Th.s event espe-
,11, brought roar* of laughter from the spectators. ^____
Postscript.
othei handicap pubb
for the Half Bred < I
only where Silk Plant and Mopf>>

weight to thi
ana i

nil II HI. HANDU *M
Tenth RareBrldseUwn llan
F ft Lower <3 V.O.)
GUILTY OF UTTERING
FORGED NOTE
SENTENCE on tf^jS*3 SSSS^l
im of GranS Sessions
tling
-> after more ihiin
lioaralion. lounr!
. foie.l
payment of II U"
olBar-
Seniencp
Postponed
His Honour the Acting Chiet
Jukiirc Mr. G L Taylor also
poned sentence on Wilfred
on'hrtMlT'of'uie CrWn.'KIn* was young of Salisbury. S. GeorT
mi- A Copoin Government lorgery, utttrinn a forged noeu-
nalt >akl that on February I man! and obtaining goods By
.-------i rontnin- .nrgtd order
Young war unrepreM-iil.-d. MK-
ion of M B. Bourne. Legal DVMUVHanugi
King gull-
Uni n '"
!,., UM V-
teued by the Govemmen ol BJ
knowing it to be forged
, M E. Bourne prosecuted
hV-receivedTan envelope contain- ,ored order
,'g ifri. note He examined the v,..,. .*.
: note and found the impression of
,., sheets of tissue paP". p.c^ecuteo
! mid from I genuine Jl 00 note.
than stuck together
DIANA HAWKINS
SENIOR CHAMPION
AT CHS. SPORTS
Barbados vs H.M.S.
"Glasgow" This
Afternoon
Krst in the witness -1:111(1 WSB
P':"7 Barrow, .i shopkeeper of Taiit
Hill. St. George He said Ihi.t oil
Keturrt .W a domestic r- October 10 last. Young brought
CuHoden Mid that on n^te to him saying that Goul-
she was bcurne Niles had sent him. He
Ash and (clivered cigarettes and other
to the value of SI 18. to
la%.
117
HW
121
1. Watercress
2. Brown Girl .....
3. Mountbatten
iror I'
;> Cou*ton
6 Uowmansloii ..... [*
7. PereverrHr l
8. Apollo ..... ;:,i
tlr\rnUi Kaer^ hel.rj lUndleap
| v ier <4 V.O a over)
Ik*.
.. 11?
.. 119
TOTtl v.ill be R Water Polo
match this afternoon at 4.45 o'clock
.it the Barbados Aquatie Club
between a local side and one from
Tango
Joint Command
hip...... Itf
Facetious.......
Gavotte
Vixen
Minuette

OVER one hundred relatives and friends of the pupils
rrf r.lrinL't which'wetc'he" 'on ,.,.. pWi-l of Codrinf-fon Kin ttfSZSfTGS&SZ
School yesterday.

V
nu, j.ist as much
i- the girls thi
dt-essed in white blouses and
made and
. green playing
field of theii school
UM
in
181
MB
107
r Ifag lir*d Creolr
llaadleap(> Z Only
Silk PUnl .
.........
MaUime

II.
13o
125
112
101
Those taking part were
, i ,,.: Senior
They wen-
and Spoon r-
Faces. Wheelbarrow Races. Sac*
.ind three legged
token n*
.;-. were very novel
--eluded eating buns
ring, tying one-foot and hand
and running a short
d many other

the winning pole came
^ht.
.
. .. .
idre> Kirton

. ins.
There was also tins
had i vtn as
lughter Gail.

to bet
hough she ran ver\- ,-.<
! event
i/nbeth Jones
. otiM outsiHr evct.*
Hind* was ir.ee amnni the I^xlge I

. to many nf tne Lodtv
the scales at~14.'. ">8 to.n..l t***J* be in tfci
pink >
U*BkVi
Kt'imi*' Srainaii
Uutpoint^ kid HiihIh
NEAKLY 88)8 U.xing fans aaw
Ki
row- ana
into the ring at
il Isritton's
HU1 last night i" outpoint Kill
."'- BgM
ing ten i' included
ng Seaman
i i
At Ibi
"ind
In
nan bin


nf the boys at-
Mi M Maud. I1

1./1* and
reeow

wart
i

... tnneti
Mike Poe-
\ the Rirls


Tot.


any -
a nockoul
booe- fllW
i rug
ten:
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miiuii 3m cum
MM.II II Ml'
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Km I'd I' NfWtM n KrMM : 4 II.
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& B l
Mi-HI--lt J I'irmwlon It K SH:
2nd P oNVal A iv Neman.: 3rd H
MeTnma. A E. BakM
tnrohim. mr ran Kir n\u
RraMi lit A Dunn. Ind C Mac
i.
Miaaif :. 5 Barnard. 2nd Ja.kn
3rd A. Kirton.
laa 1'AkDS -nl.r
latlff. 3rd
I- Y %KI>--Mtel.
|.l J. M II Pn-rrr:
. Kn'.on
. \< I I I M 1
lanUr1't Pessv B*Mr> Ind J
mil, i>rt k :.i.
MMidVf i.i D Wptomi :ri a
d H
Utlt C MscKmnon. Ind r
I
| m i. BACS
Jaal-rl-i rri\ Bay lay; Ind P
Wiavi-til A Kition Ind M Baal

rtfalor 111 and Ind D. Ilavkm- A
.;
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jaaia* la DIM s.v.

atalM in Anaiar. >d
SBNfM Boi -. ki II i i
Satalv. .'.. 2.ul

M NIOB H..i -I SI'i I M
I
:',, lad An-las
B- Patterson (Capt). T Year-
wood. H. rortello. C, Foster. D.
BknnMar,
Reserves : Charles Evelyn and
Harold Bynoe.
Nbvt At Football
A Combined Sportan-Empin
n will oppose a team from the
il MS Glasgow at Kensington
in a Football match thi? afternoon
vant of
January 28 this year
filing black Puddlnf. ---- -
Tlsh lUwToread balance of 81.18.
She next g-ive him a nsn arw
bread and he handed hei $1 Ot NjlM y,^ came to hjm an(, M
note. She gave him 3/8 in change shi,.A.,.d Niles lwo ot(ioT., ()|U. (lll
from her pocket and looked in $. 17 UI1(J ^e ^^ for j, lfl bu
her tray to give him the remain- _NUes deiue(i sending the $1.16
iler at the change. orden.
King told her to give the re- (living evidence next Ooul-
mainder of the change to hei Ifilaa explained how he
daughter Peggy. She then looked mploved Ycung. He laid that he
at the $1.00 note and 'aw that had never given Youhr permission
it did not appear to be genuine to take goods in hb name from
She called after King but he ran H
awa>. L Sgt Howard of the I> strict
She uut the $1 00 note in her B' Station told how Niles mode a
and took it home. The report to the Ration He made
to the nvtjgtigaitona and Young wag
Hostile Bowling
Was Australia's
Trump Card
PORT EUZABETH. March :
Lindsay Hassett and Dudie>
Nourse, captains of the Austra-
lian and South African Tes:
Teams respectively, agreed in an
interview here on the basic reas-
ons for Australia's overwhelmins
victories In the T.-it series jusi
Ausiiulia won four ol
the Tests and the other was drawn
They deeiucc ilvit the salient
points In the AuitnUau' favoui
..ere their greater expe
heir ability to draw on a vanet>
of bowlers who were hofctile even
on good wickets. Renter
Panamanian \\ ins
^ rcstling Title
pUATUAlaA. Mrch 7
L mBdisatn
.... Real |
. in QfdLMa
Other UT winnerv
.. ,\> Jose Albnatu
MiddleEduui
ICO).
H
(Cub*.
(Ouatemavla).
i .
KruU-r
pocket
next morning she went
Brltton'a HUl Police Post and re-
ported the matter.
She received certain instruc-
tions from llf* Police and kept the
$1 00 _
She later saw King in Mr
saniy Lane and gave him into
Maraallenta specu-
lator of Wi'llington Street, sad
that on January 28 she was
sitting bv a friend's residence in
gton Street. She was sell-
inn mapefruit King told hei-
thai ha wanted to buy two grape-
rrested. He later made a state-
ment .
At this stage the case for the
prosecution closed and Young,
giving evidence on his behalf, sad
that he worked with
Salisbury. When he went there
Niles gave him a room, saucepan
and) stove.
N'iles then told limi lhat ;my-
th ng he wanted he could take
from Barrow's shop. On Saturday
they would sit in the room and
ci unt up and Niles would take out
the money owed to him He fur-
., ther stated that Niles had sent
fruit, she gave him the grapelru.i him for the goods
and he gave her a $1 note( His Honour next summed up and
She told him that the $1 did not ,, e Jurv returned their verdict
Pretty
and
__Practic.il /
Prints
DRUM PklNTS :MT wM Pw ,j
lie..:*.. 8ic,Mc.
PRINTED CA;H:K1C 33" wi4
i'er yd..............., 0
P.r vrl................; g;
PRINT'' INGERII- (o. Nlrkl*,
.11 1'vj^inn Suits 31" wide
e y KAYON SATIS in blue, gnm, brib
i.ilil. poiirh. pink and white31"wait
CAVE SHEPHERD & CO. LTD.
10, 11. 12 & 13 BROAD STREET
look aood and she did not want
it King told her to give it back
to Inni ami be would give her
anoth.-t
it back In hia pocket
and then gave her another She
did not like the looks of this
,n*l w non *hc told King about
I lhat it ill given to
him at a rum shop in Nelaon
Street and he wag going to take
il back. He then snatched It
from her hand and ran away
King in defence said that on the
,ight ill question he had
:, S5 njle in his pocket. He bought
ish for 50 cents and p:iid for them
vilh the J5 bill.
ivan back change
which included two Jl bills. King r^; S^"SlTglu1"jpmtt
denied having any knov. ledge of JrJaM ~wTh-n avis.!
,,., $1 notes but said thai he Jf^J^arj-e,,^,*
tried flying fish and ,i ,,_----------------
bread from Sealy.
He said that he ate the lish and
The Court then adjourned until
10.00 a m. today.
Vigour Restored,
Glands Made Young
li 24 Heirs
t?^*pm**4a
hari------
and la
_ te ihou-
.... laaUlda W'J
puu naj"i naaa ba* avna an-
|n your vain* Id M bourn ?om Miiaw
yovnear. Tour

I'.

i
GiivUan M ins
On Points
i HII.AUKLPH1A. Mar 7.

.. an .1
(1234 It*) on points in (our vr-r oik Graham !
roun-i queued

I stood to^
..iijimiin: qulcU) in tin
|M,wti iMG.rtUn Whlh
re last night
Onhgon mi*i

lark of respect for the hitting
Tostcr
keeper: Mr. M. Hi'-.
Judges It Foster m
I \. h DM h H.K M BOPI
lirateo, and his hard left jal> kept
CiivHan on his guard.
rst three
. .
aifht. took leav< the fourth s.k! hit Gavilan
local ring lavt night ;- i. |arrini bin wvvrtJ. tfanM
i wilh well -lined left- Gavilan
Jack Dick in lu-
B.G light-heevj winning the lasi three rounds]
Kid John in tin j ... ^aied 148ft M
:nt fight ut the Yankei jajji __ftruler
SUdium.
The Weather
TO- AY
m Kises B.1I a.m.
M i Betsu *.il p.
Mi*n il.ast Quarlert Mar.h
It.
UgMiatf. 6.3* p.m.
Huh Wlftgffl B*. *m- 7.W
. t ItUDAV
i;..iut..H (todrimtonl NU.
ToUl lor Month ta Yester-
d.j: S4 In.
I. mpi-i jluir M iv I H*.5 "F.
Trn pruturr i Min I 11.5 *Y.
\Mi .1 PUH.S *! a in i I
b- N. (I p.m. l I:
Wlrd Velocity: 17 miles prr
hour.
Hji imrler: t a.m.) tt.ni.
n ml 29 tit
II.Il.l I'rituratmnir
i
, T-.i- \. l.ta Sea
Lta.sa.stS1 Cnoka.
iitalaiitHti in L.'i-i
i .i 10 a m
I'mdv. i l a <
.. H E Tt.* PW*
Krpublk; Hwrvwe-r Am-
i.npaaw. S j m Cloet' Do*

1 \i p m. huauc (or i\urlii I i-
..j p.m s>iiri Jtr**
. na> n -^. i '" p
1 \b V Ml - I t. m lanuh OoaS
in DonaJd Paari. 4 p
in pin Ttt IS p tn
.k LYnm Cir.al H- .
^ IS p in IVosramiiw t
3 3D p m. InaUiiib.il
I 1 4ft v in Mum
ii FVvin lha 'niir.l I-

n pur IV-.*. lo Kaa.il, : W p it
, |.-\ i.-w 1 \\ p m K->\ on the K-.
. -v t.raind Hulal. ft u
. p im Ifcxrw Nf-a'a rroft. Brtasin, *U
Oaamid rharrj SpamkinS. p.m
It p m latinl -iid U"
orij IS JO p m Allsa Qrsn 10 43 p i
....Uta'r ol faarop*. 11
. .oufhriil vigour snd powor
: Sealy a tray and; 45*1*-
^he did not tell him anything about
'he $1 note he gave hei
His Honour summed up and the a^^--^-^
d,d no- tell him anything about j \2&~gfff*Zal
$1 note he gmV hei u>d la sow dlslrlbutad fc .
I?. U^-iir ainmmMl UO and the llalg|a*a|rsrSlt4oIag.U.ta.
I -liuUi ana power,
hia guntuUnc. naw slaa* and vliour
, aallad Vl-fsbs. la u*rs.nle*a. It
d BrOVSd by thoua.mli In Amaru a
Jury, lter returned their
Itiirumist Put
On Bond
: iken into <
,.,i wliut was urged by your.
. 1 1 1 .,-., aed^ uu>t
mitltd. thin
hrough lgno:;i
tbamlaia hr*
',.,11 nr Baspea
1 u tafll lull "f
vlconr aAd stMrgy sad from 10 to 2 yam
vouncar, or tov raawal)' ralurn ino amply
Mckatn sat CM year monay bsck. A -p
^ aa a aai_ a costs littia, ind in*
YI-TSDS auwajats* prol-ts
Nssass. ass- rstaJsty
Hrre'i a Lia of
Tmc Ireau
ENGLISH POTATOESNew Shipment
GORGONZOLA CHEESE
CANADIAN EGGS HAMsliced to order
Pkgs. MUSCATEL TABLE RAISINS in It & H,
Tins PRUNES Is
Tins FRUIT SALAD 24s
., APRICOTS 2Vs
GILDERS GLUCOSE l*a
.. CHOCOMEL lOoz.
\NCHOVY SAUCE
gssr- ORDER TO-OAY mOM - -
ALLIYNE ARTHUR & CO.. HI
remarked I
UK Honoui Mr O. L. Taylor
pare, (-...skin al Dm I'ouri ol
Qnnd naailnii. yaalaffttay.
Moil- 1
, rhargc ol bigaim HI
I placed him on bond lor |
18 months.
Mi- WU rein rnHl
K K Wakott, Kl
II,, Honour lurlher lold r.as-
Un thai )' '- * ihai li
arai not a caae ol ;
.,, loo] the woman.
Hir!H STREET
\
rt new economical decoration
for WALLS and CEILINGS
SISCOLIN DISTEMPER
Cover* in one coat
Supplied in Powder form in many attractive cotoeo.
WHITE. CREAM. BLUE, SUNSHINE GREEN, W.
Made ready lor use by mixing 24 pint, warn wilh 5 Ik
powder.
5 lb. package, at 90c. per packoo.
(?N TWE R ODUNTRy wEl<-E\3 SHACK
FRCSTILLA ANP CHILBLAIN JUSTCOaWJT
6CT TME LC6 PfiE SOiNS------
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Tmvc
/1WS VO00 MUST BE
, P5M THE PiREP3CP
LUMBER CO--EVEN ,
v a blowtorch aont )i*>
START iT-i^^,
I
._-. By Jimmy Hado
..fi?NTiL LATE SUNDAV-WHEN TWEV
vv^RE LEAVING,THAT IS-THENTHEV
COULPNT PUT THE CWRN THIN(3 OUT/
, SuTTHOLLERlN'! ~&.
AN0BRIN6METHE]!,
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COT OF THi
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:_. HaroVOT D*
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AT
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