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PAGE ur.Ill BARBADOS ADVOCATE TUESDAY. JUNE 13. MM S. Africans Face Defeat (En-'" t Hi ropondcol I i.o\*nON. June 11. i M HH \ n.ti uMa> l*M • aU Sa.U > ND l-t Innlnf. I Wanr I. Athol Ha wan I (-n.,bb H (i McCarthy >n c Wail* b McCarihi lb. h MrCaMhy %  Kultr.lnn b Chubb • aub b Chubb I rullrri<> b McCarthy c rulkTlan b C*.hh nol mt Ti— ,; ( .i Ti*rllrh ,,M,k %  Aromatic swing in England'* Lirth day's pUj ..i Nott&tfmL ftom 1( bring m a i invincible position lh<> South in an* area** m real danucr ..; McOlev wraa >mtnpej by gar: i.itnc at m time when Evans. „ fir.k.uOat -'nigcling for Hi Fullcrtan and Cheetham adoptin maji i Wisel>. Brown deinn aggressive t.ntirs effected Air.nl How.,, kiuct i :iti-ion the %  ttamfl" ., partta] recovery and as the a|^^p for quick runs before COVE 4\'D CHEER YOU LP? WoMl rWAT A TIME 1 MAD eeTTi-i' A£%E6crr A TEWSLE S^-INTER FROV! / C-JSX-EK. G0*R0 COrtJ AT TUE FiReHouse-ve^y RMMFUL..' OFF A\y F*ED,TOO-STOV1AC>-J'S OM' BACK OK A'=' .—.,_— By Jimmy Hatlo // MARCOS OL6WT %  fqjtr) / ^ ME WRTCS e^MfirUNC \ UPANC Let CMEErTClA. ^ A'CRSES FOR ^E MASAZ'^-5 i CHARL^.V LAY pcws^HE* ^ "CHEER Uf:::VCRv-7MIKG ; S GOT ACRE COMPLAMTS T^A-J A <50NJA 9E TER^BLE-' DR.EPSOvIS ALtMMC-y-fT OR *WAPPy DAYS iN 7H* lACOOEMr *AR9 WTM )0'j! / i ; MAS O"^ hid? / FcEOLAST TI.VE HE The Weather TO-DAY SUM Rlsea: 5.38 a m Sun Sets: 6 2S p.m. Moon iFIrM (luarter. June 12 Ulhtlni: ", H p.m Mull Water: 9.08 a.rn It 14 pjn. YESTERDAY I., lit L.I I ..,11-iu.!..,, nil lotal for Monlh to Yesterday: 2 'M. ins Temperature (Max.) 86.5 F. TrmperaLure (Mln. | 74 0 Wind Direction (9 a.m.) E. (3 p.m.! E S r: Wind Velocity 14 miles per hour Barometer (9 a.m.) 29 945 ( S p.m.) 29 907 S/Htrls IT iniimi \ I I H I il i> Th* Man* *..%  pam in I. arm. a ba*)oa AajuaiKCluB !• % %  playKl aia .S.iaBI>. i and Harnaor v. Hafarra d Mr A Pla* basin! .1 t odor* r '-.".v-.--'.-.'-.r-.-.'.^. Y. M. P. C. H\|{\ DANCE SATURDAY, JUNE IriTH Floor Show include' tongit by: GLORIA HUNTE OHWIN HILL ADRIAN HOWARD M Mkl Items by: KTOBgaj MAURICE TITZOERALD ADRIAN HOWARD ft TROUPE Feet Hurt HERE V I.Mtrrirhprf urn lvl ihr l(M.lrfi ns ll n „.rf ..ilk ISO* BMlca Termife-proof TEMPERED HARDBOARD in sheets I" 111 irk 4' x 6, H'. III. 12 Tcrmile-proof STANDARD HARDBOARD in ihaaa ;•' Ihfck V x -. IV :l/l(i" 4' x 8' Also SURINAM PLYWOOD, "A" in shorts 1" thirk 4' x ' Grade a WE HAVE IN STOCK a complete range ol DB. SCHOLI.'S FOOT APPLIANCES These Famous Medical Supplies for the loot will give you immediate reliei from almost c. y loot ailment. Oui slock includes: ARCH SUPPORTS. FOOT EASCRS. HEEL CUSHIONS. TOE FLEX. Etc. There is absolutely nothing to ease the loot like Dr.SCHOLL'S FOOT APPLIANCES Cave Shepherd & Co., Ltd. 10. II. 12 & 13 Broad Sued. Phone 4267 WILKINSON & HAYNES CO, LTD. WHATEVER IS THE MEAL ITS ALWAYS IMPROVED WITH A FEW SLICES OF J & R BREAD See Our Up-to-the-Minute STYLM1VGS for Spring 1951 S.....0 LADIES. MEN'S AND CHILDREN'S MKStl ALSO CLEANERS. POLISHES AND BBl'SHES aafl BOTTLERS (Barbados) LIMITED PHONE 4761 BAY STREET PHONE 4761 PROUDLY PRESENT BEVERAGES A LARGE DISTINCTIVE BOTTLE 10 oz. AT FLAVOURS ... KOLA CHAMPAGNE ORANGE CREAM SODA V 44 QUALITY FLA YOUR QUANTITY ••



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Tl'ESDAY, JUNE l. HARRAIXis VHViii Ml PACE THREE Lawless, Rice Hit Centuries In Intermediate Division I Srt on si Hi* %  %  <• % %  i rirkrl: R. I JWLESS of Cable and Wireless and Collin Ricp of Empire, both opened up their season wiih a century when the Intermediate Cricket started on Saturday. R. Lawless plavci a brilliant innings of 165 not out. more than half his team's total of 307"runs. Cable and Wireless were playing Wanderers who have lost one wit ket without haYVtrg scored, in reply. 1 Coliin Hice. too. was not out iifier KortaH 108 for Empire :>in* Windward. Tor eteht Empire is 237 runs. M. S. Armstrong who also •reined set for opening up with a century, was run out lor 57 after i i %  Fiated ii. %  valuable \-" .dnui.'i.lmi ihc nm dc( al „,: "• J^fV* h S w Z Memorial Chrss tournamein Dr. Fiii ^ ins UicGame From O'Kelly NEW YORK. June Dr. Reuben Fine of the plates, gained his first victory and umslered the fln B. jgatthawi, opening batsman, also helped Cable ..ml Wlwiggg to • inmm their 907 when he scored -V 52 run-; lforc he w-s caught and N I %  competitor pressed for an o'pen „ Pa,t b ~ ler u 9*Iaje has #mm*vl hWin tbe season In good form. !" T*tDuring a spell of 31 ove. .red six wicket*, fur 107 runs. in ihc Mental Hospital—SparIan match. Spartan scored 174 and Mental Hospital is now 73 run* for the loss of thrw erkketa. Spartan's B. D. Morns topterday. Playing in the sixth round. Dr. Fine won in the Queen's gambit declined in 26 moves. The Relgi; JOT game but the Amerli with better proapecti afb i change of Queens. O'Kelly lost a pawn on the MCh mow the point of losing another resigned. food w. b Oorda%  SMIV n Clark* VrCoiM b Qofdan Harris not out r-i*> V Arehrr .3*1 S • l (' Khii'l 1 fl 1 MENTAL Htl*ll I lb. b K SealM CMrlchlnw run out C William, not out N g. lurntwn t PMIU b HamTtitai i (.IT i Pickwick Lead YMPCOn 1st Inns. Vinier Memorial ST\MT Held i %  octet • nacttal the %  *• Lessons were ,ead by tr.e Rev. .tor of St. John and the Address was PICK : i Am uinm. • BLP-C wl P red 111 runs for the loss of five wicket* m reply Moor* il !H) run* in their first Innlttfil when the w* Vunter vu the first he*d4 their Second*Division match waa conmas t reas uf ih Codrington lligt i Setvrday p] iv of their iluded u\ Berkles R UPC. s *, %  ""'''" M.Mhews l. Vf f,n £ f *? rUIW "* J %  "' '""* for „T, Wired four S v S? t 2 m £*J* g IliicwiRXl live Wedemeyer Backs Mac I S1|n (R Marshall It, Q W n..t out, H. Cnl %  Foundation \s. I'ulirr at i ri M un< ., . ' <""•' || MlM H4 run-' 11( H i foui wttto u fa IM rui C i v Empire. Wanderer) betted runs* ored Foundation HI run* for tv G Evelyn i and J wick^U . Jones W not out). En p4r< s K Skeete two for Y.i School. She tea %  ns a Mi—Innsi of the 9a the Propagation a ., i uBdai at thai % %  Among those pnMW aUK former pan I hoot, pai.vho gath-.to nay tribir worthy • %  %  %  A Good Woman". The chuir under Miss .I,.I,I Lsteraaa was composed oi the prean.-.'. aataaban ol Utc %  l I the t>l-l Oil I *%KK PS? -r MM r* abtohrtrlv -(• Try ft ihiilfiatd %  *. "A$kyur Mothmtm pv* you ASHTON & PARSONS INFANTS' POWDERS • Fran Page 1 Larry Evans, naUonai speed Spartans B. D. Morns to>(Republican Mase&chus*crtee) champion defeated Oeorge Krascored with 53 for his team while the bombing of Manchuri HI b.i*e* rr.er, former New York State s Coppin made 29 hitUng should have been allowed "even champion, after 48 movesJ"* before he was bowled though that might involve action The win enabled the >oung by Chrlehlow. -litfl aerrtjiat uimiili i student with a score of four won £• Goidan returnci the t r .,, correct, MI", he replied and three lost to move into sechowling average m ihc Inter%  •*.„„ ai ] scr lt| refusil) t „ perm,, ond place as two of the matches mediate Division. He claimed General Mac Arthur to bomb haw* 1 adjourned. Samuel Reshev%  %  >' the Spartan wn-ket. s lor %  there the enem 36 runs in M At the oid of pl.tv Empire had %  .i Ith (11 helpW for tin' loss o.f 30 runs and J Ward three .mbermer* have seore.! U runs for the loss of Both wichetl went %  sky. United States who Jiolds th~ lead wish five won^-one lost „ '<* Mental Hospital. V. postponed his game with Oeorga B ". Vl Shainwil. United Stales until ls J? 1 Wednesday. Rrgiment scored 2t6 runs against Pickwick at the Garrison Two games were adjourned Bynoe topscored wiUi 86. Ishmnel ajBjai M moves lietweeit Dr. Max made 48 and Hrathwaite 28 hi-, strength a bases, d iU-stni\ \ %  % %  irUi runs in their finrt innings O on*e* tapine. rVjwling for m J££r, .Tc 'Willie Ess?*" y y r ">'• ft— mi ?Fr.. l lll, ,. l T %  -. 57 runs V". five wickets. Ewe. Holland, and Cat* Ojttmard, Argentine — Queen's gambit declined—and between Mlffjuel Najdorf. Argentina and I. A. Horowitz. New York—in the Meran variation of the (queen's gambit declined. Dr. Ewe was ahead three pawns to one. Najdorf had t* minor pieces against a rook and pawn with Horowitz, and %  draw was foreshadowed. —Beater. Howling for Plrkwick. M. l.-.k thiiv wickeUi for 49 runs and bombing those fields will Involvi Clarfca 2 for 14. another country and If politically Pickwick has so far acored 18 or diplotnaUcall) wa do net pant i strategic problem.' he added "No commander should be put ;, % %  IF iirsl innings hi the Bead and iveii smh • n : i runs in their match MOB ermiaed ih-t gMinsI Foundation al Fot ii u %  > %  adth 41 while Oils Firm On Stock Market i for lb> rtni.r a wiariKM Waa'rlrri I-T I wkl ) CARI.F a WIKCLgga— Ul Inn n II. MrK'iKir i> L (ii(stninr B M.ilhi— r a b I Orarfiids* O Kniahl nia out R L*l*>u rwt out R Cron** c a b L GinLdp g Gilkf. t wkpi b Ruirr C Jt l-a*k-ic C Minnini b 1. Ortrnids* A C Co*l*r iA O S^aW l> I. C.rntd|p P F. • %  !• .tpd ikkpr b I (lirrnidao J M-.lHTi. lb. b M I Clarke F 1. Hi.LiK.r b M I CkWk# Cittn to do that, then tl be changed H. Yarde npfured four vIcket ("i || | .. %  \ i 91 runs %  LONDON. June 11 There was renewed acUvily :ind further sharp rises in Brazil* ian issues on the London Stock Exchange today Hope of eastn? of remittance-, question brought keen buying of Cambuby coffee. J Rio flour and city of San Paulo improvement shares. l Cambusy strode forward to 122 shillings. Rio flour to M shillings and Sao Paulo improvements to around 22 shilbng*. Elsewhere Industrial share prices were again firmer. Textiles, brewcries-and electrical equipment siiaies were prom*i nent with advances. Japanese ] bonds were a weak t*pot in the \ foreign tectlaaa, Falls of up lo \ three points occurred tn the new-\ that Russia wants Japanese pence H pact lalk^. thus introducing she possibility r.f further del I reaclum; .. Ulemeul. Oils were selectively firmer aad there ami %  liini tone to British Government stocks on demand. Mining sections were dull with gold shares under influence of recent disappointing dividends —Keuirr. %  OWUNQ rMrtri .. WINDWARn Bniirne I b %  b R Faimcr Barrow r Alkmaon b A. faimr r Uarpvr b A TKiwnton %  \ natrom .II .,,!< Harbour Log, In Carliale Bay HV a4an>M. *rh m*nm as* ii Hrh Philip H David**.... S,n lAurlalpha. H v HI .Slar. Sch Kvfrrtrn-. *h alary M l*wl-. Hdi Enlrrpila* S Ach. W I. tin "i .*•". nc ln nrl, Sch Mary g Ca.ollnr t.-h E-VI %  ISf llixNtr. Sch franca* W Smith AHIIVAI.s SS I inaulat. ISM Inn. ne. Cant Wratlii ihrad. Hem Lunrtun M V Canadian Crularr. 3 rapi Andsnon, from n> iti-ti omana via oai %  '.. S S Niimrll. .:m Ipaw, Cajti Kapa.i. 'rom Olaaaaw S S Colombia, 7.VW tun Kvrlia'o. fnwn Jamaira Schooner Amber Ja,k Mat %  Caot Mclawrpnce. Irom St l.ucia Bruno, IJktt loo. net. Capl. P>lK.i Y.M.H.C. vs. Pickwick Y M V.C 90 ru 22. H Ma/hew n four for IS D Sn •. (S Goddard %  21 : nmona 9 %  >i :?' i Capt Ala Tntal 'for S wkla of lekt< ; 1 --M. 1* 1 Tl; S--IBS. 7 3:1 n "I'l nOWl.INO ANAI VSIS i In Touch With Barbados Coaatal Station Cab** and Win-InW I %  I •.l -I 11.1 II., %  ItO II %  ng ahlpa Ihiough tlulr It-' I .III. t'.)*-t HUtU'li S S Hr.iU... ill.-..,.i..d. Sunwalt. Alcoa ."loneer. Ab Colonible, Alroa CIIPI" r eucer. Roan. NIOIIH Smiln I Alcoa P' faOabeth. Pohfff Mjirtfc. Prlde-it IKitr.i Alro,. QstSflSt, Sainaiu. II' •in. Ilenlllla. Heiwnt CBrfl IJntie. Dntna Al-i iinnoco. Hoatla I Pickwick 111 for the loss of live i :t:t 'n-1 out and 0 Burka three %  %  Empire vs. Winderer* at Empire Wander n M runi [G Bvelyo 7 r >. .J Cheeseman 4'i. S. Heckles three for 38. (J Downe* four for 561. no wicket (A. Dgruel 9 m I oirl and H >'" '< * %  ( cntriil vv Leeunrds ul Vaurluse i IH.% run' '<; 'lilki's H C Mir:. ithree tot H I Wei I two for r.8 runs. ;.; iir ftvo \> it keti M rurn | (nrltoii m, CnmWrinere at Car I ton IBS (G H irdfauj 61. R RUB AWAY THAT PAIN THIS QUICK EASY WAY Mcntholatum' Halm ICIICM'N rVftfem and Paint so qukkh thai il scene. ttanM like Blftfjc. Yuu tan feel its ooollag, soothing (ouch begin al IMKC U) CIM ihe puinlul throb. And'Mcniholaium' iv (• anaj id utt< N M IUM RUBP ON Ruh u where ihe I'.tin IN ami ihc Pain mm I hat LS all vou ha\c 10 !< u> briO| immediate relief Irom Aches and l\nnv I tic soonot you get' Meniholatum' the |00Mi VO will get rehef. QUKV jiel a jai or lin lo-day Rates Of Exchange FOKESTERS CELEBRATE (Frani Our OWD ConnpondanO ST. OBOROrS. June . Sixtieth anniversary of the. Ancient Order c* Ton Grenada Is to be celebrated this year and last Tuesda> night at j Court Lily of the Valley there waa an impressive i-eremony I emphasising the respect com[ inanded by the Order when His \ Excellencethe Governor and I-ady Amndell attended the unveiling and dedication of memorials to three disUng^iiahed deceased members — the late Charles Felix Mrcival Renwick, Peter Saunders Parkes and David George Luaan. One of the memorials — all Courtroom furnishings — was unveiled bv His BkceUenc] the late C. F. D. Renwick. While the other two were unveiled by Brother George B W. Otway. I Grand Chief Ranger. Bro. A. O Payne, presided, while Hon. Terence Commisaiong read the l/*son and prayers were said by Bro. W. B. Roberts. Chaplain. A vote of thanks at the rlo . Jackson, ML Ju*tare W. A. Date, Sir Clement and Ud> Malone, Hon. and Mrs G. H „S. Hon. and Mrs. F-. Earle llufhc-s and Hon. and Mrs. R. C. P. Moore. NO CONSTIPATION FOR 25 YEARS "My husband introduced m* to ALL-BRAN shortly married. I use it in : wet) as for breakfait. The result: we're regular as clockwork'" Mm Antomna (iraviano, 4^3 Garfiold Aa J*rsy City. N. J. fM/ of many mnnficuW tatfera from ALL-BRAN utrr$. If you suffer from constipa to lack of dietary bulk eat an ounce (about H cup) of crispy KeBoff?a AUVBRAN dady. dnnk plenty of water. If not JjauaM Sight DiaO Cable PAINS of PILES Stopped I 10 Minutts l-nsr. lUblns a*4 toCln-hl rt-ina Pllea aim tha .ll-o.of • f M r to tforma.ly knnwnaa fhlnarol> Hytoa atarla to work In 10 nilnut— and not ..nlr aiotia iKo pain bin al*. take* oat Iho awalll>.|. -topa hl^edlne ami inaiall Mro Irritation th-rrh. Curbing other tr.u Me-ran, ed hy Pll—aofh aa lleada.h. ... it., kaihe. rnnalipatton. i„-. „t SMMV. aeanttt. uTK& %  trusKlm t.nlay under tha p-alll*%  uarantaa M.taa imiM al.p row* •*•ii.In* and ttotihl-a or TTOMF bach DB • turn of .a.*!* yackaga. 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England Here is coffee with Ihe inviting aroma, Ihr heavenly flavor that mole, overy tip a wilrifying experience. Wllh Chase & Sonbotn you got all 'fit? flavor your cup can hold Aik (or Chovo & Sanborn loday u vt aiOING COHFOT I veM-faawiH Mm. |IIII>K tin fvwoi fa* mian .a looka. .. aad Not aoip. IWt rumour, bJl 1 ACT. Jml look at 1hn hit of fCetum. Ultra-modern t>unx, btg


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t'Ac.r. roi'R BARBADOS ADVOCATE TUESDAY. JUNE IS, 19S1 BARBADOS MgOgTE Prfstad by UM Airor*** -•L-M June 12, 1931 SVICWC THERE may yet be oil in Barbados. Tin M ft) h hopea continues, rtaa hart a record v<. i But what nf Inuri The tortoise-like pri le to encour* %  e hotel industry I* %  talking point the world over. In Ban sore point. There Is nothing Sea well Runway, the gift of the freerburden* Bttrtasdos, needs some of nur own n It to make Active encouragement of the ton industry is restricted to the excellent llogRing work of the Barbados Publicity Committee and the publicity provided by Trans Canada Airline* agencies which are UMareated in pn ting the tourist trade ir. I But while the Government of Barbados has shown hut tepid appreciation t>l the economic Importance oi tourlem to the island, the private citizens of this island are dointf all they can as quickly as they can to ruin the island's fair name as a totuitl resort. From SpalghtetowD to Silver Sands the coastline of Barbados, one o! the loveliest coastlines in the West Indies, has become a hotch-potch of crazy building Houses that have no pretensions to beauty block the sea and offend the eye. From Eagle Hall Corner t o Broad Street and in all the lanes between Baxters Road. Broad Street and Probyn Street women sit and sell their sweet potatoes, yams, eddoes, breadfruit, mangoes •mil pineapples. The only note of consistency to be observed is a consistency of disorder. Only eyes long jaded by sunlight or permanently under the influence of alcohol could fail to be struck by the patch work ugliness of Bridgetown's methods of selling vegetables, fruit and "stale" lish Instead of promoting beauty, instead of promoting the island's fair name, we. Ul tWO hundred thousand, sit slinging mud at one another and blaming everybody but 001 --elves for the mess we arc in. Let us tear the blinkers off our eyes. Let us recognise how rapidly, how swiftly we are giving the city of Bridgetown and the l.hr island of Barbados n name that bodtn Us no good in the world outside. Let us arise and clear the old Railway Station of the impedimenta that now encumbers it. Let m remove Highway! and Transport from the Railway Yard and until we Bnd MOM use for Stockton let Ul put it there, hi us ihen make the Railway Yard a "thing of beauty and a joy forever." Let the traveller coma to Barbados to see the imest marketplace in the Waal b Let us pass lej halation forbidding the sale of am i (lowers anywhere else in Ih Idgatown. Let us show the Government that we aerioualy Intend t* make Barbados the most beautiful, the most attractive island in the British West Indies. If VM cannot do ih. M thuu's for the sake of beauty, let us at least consult our own material interests and realise that our indifference to town planning, our indifference to lilthy streets, our indifference to jerry-building, our indifference to elementary rules of sanitation and hygiene are costing us dear Every hour that passes drives another nail into the coffin of ugliness which will be our fate as a tourist resort unless we aol now. II' 11 Is An Empire then NERVE CENTRE OF COMMONWEALTH COMMUNICATIONS CLOSED i all II One iivtKhbcn;itiiMMi of llarnnsway that a nesvry-wetsjht pmc-iicht. %  circus, ur an Ice carnival was Ukine | IV* liTPH tnlcl that Ifi.oso ; %  %  draw en 'i iform M American lllm lam are a: the 1 i lues D'4 speak It In | N A f<>r him '•his Beaaaad \ itomiart Ta %  '.< ."M ('her Brlti srho coulil I %  main <,i my coUsagua "Cn*B MIC toward %  %  lotce thai tti %  the ConsarvnUve Party %  ihi p—intt • it/n affairM lbs lmxom wench of Bmpln Igasat upptiiue of vie evanlna cams whan he saie liiat he liked the word Empire ami 1 dUfarant this la (ran thai London County Council, which OOtlUMBsV %  '.irated tributes in the I %  but thouatat ii he referred to ns Commonwealth DBS If this lem.li i-,.r I... 1 can (oceaea the tlma when the NidionM Anthem will lw altered to aomatl this: — %  re our gracious Con%  i taaa our nobhI .ii Monarch Cod save our Constitutional Miiivh." Which would automatic.) the alteration in the las) John of (jaunt's famous speech: "This bleucd plot, this MTtJl* Ihln realm, (hli Enplaml.'" fo This federated union of autoNOIIIOII.1 ftrtri.ili S'au-*r PlBtedesue And Human Vanity WHICH brings me to the much ,'. who resigned b>" thirte.Titli to be pre< i PrtnC ; %  i when she was U> Warn v.. e> BEVERLEY BAXTER %  %  -i. %  i.-.-... %  i of rrece-h rd and it should not have been I human vanity played .ii ii and I tf spurred world which becomes iiurttusinsly nasty wt sh-mir i .' Deaanadatlea of Hnh Hapa, Golfer WHO i ihan wr %  • of ink' %  %  %  ..f the TUnes— Mi ill-Hi.rd Darwin. -.iKhlfullv on his special subject, but ' I I was leas than Oil Mr. But i | %  t FortliAfter Ai Hope** IndHfercnt uif and ft the bobby-amien (what a falling off was there for the lordly Time*) Mr. Darwin ponUftfd: "I oannot help thinking thai after Mi ("rosliy one Mr. Hop* %  have had enouB*i this sort. Credit iv due ti> the COtMUerOT, Mr. C. C. Fox for playing in Hiich depressing clreumstaa The infercne*'. in fact the indictment, is that Bob Hope was playing l" order to get some cheap publicity and that he hud no right to impose inpool Boll "n a good opponent Was The GlSfltea Crowd Hil.mlt ACTUALLY the one thing that Hope takes seriously ih golf. I know, because three weeks ago we arranged to play a morning round at Addlngton with two UOilcan friends. There uni,. fer nine holes, but, playing UM the" first 'inn'. Hops had seven bogeys, one birdie, and one disaster. He made some beautiful shots and his putttafl WM *>old and rcmnrkshlv arcuratc. WAS it his fault that a giggling crowd turned up to see him pla~ in the Hritish championship? And v I I'll Un 'or him to make jokes than to sulk or throw his club away as has been more than one serious golfer who would Dot draw a iio/*n Ipt ton Personally I wish that both Mr Crosby and Mr. Hope would return and play again In the British Amateur They bring humour and humanity to a dour affair ..i.l help io popularise a game %  %  d Who Gaaa Boater ret The (-H ,AT the end ^f each day's proceedings In the House of Coin%  %  ralac a tr< Who Goe~ H %  %  OVM the drama. The purpose of th, .,,. I >nts police n when he 1. pn Inch UTKH UM row "le I %  *ht of Mr. Alec %  necessary for Ihi i'jiliiMici t w. i.tii, are so unpopulai ;it Ihi i iiint that .. Honwr?" %  %  TiMeri.iii.. The Age CM Ham lei FROV the leti., which I have received > umn. I am aware thai*than* me many erudite snd *#at> I ei I who n thingr %  Theretore 1 *..uM hklo %  oUcli their help Hi trying to determine J. HOW old i"u llamlel? 2. ffew old ihoald he be? MY case against Mr, Guiones* is lhat he plays Hamlet with a moustache nna ;in imperial, thus making him a emu botwosn Disraeli and Sir Thomas Beecliam I have always believed thai Hamlet was hanlly more than an undergraduate. : %  n lover of beauty, a man <>( wordl forced against his will to IT is true that in UM gnreodlaaer I he habeen sexton (01 M rears and tha' he took on the )< b UM Hamlet was born Ergo Hamlet is SO But was that not perhaps a compromise on Shakespeare's part because his leading actor Burbidge. or whoever it was. comptalnod thai ha dd net pi %  • a young a boy'.' If Hamlet was 30. then his mother was old enough to behave herself. But why was Hamlet, a*. heir to the throne, still unmarried at such an age" And what had he been doing since b-; left KQOOI Not Over M, 3ul What Do %  'on Say? I CLAIM that Hamlet was not more tnan 25 and that ShakesFOR REPAIRS paare iaU noV d bir :o be no older However. 1 shall > %  ], ai open mind on thi* pinnt and ill ba glad of an\ SjOfigh Perhaps || my nMdan agree with me we may ( % %  '! in removing the hirsu of Mr. Guinness. L K S I^rigfateited i>len Pack Bags liul un uitpuitl ctrmpj siwks vash in nil luntl ABADAN. pci dan EUJ their bags ing Abadan. They icar trouble. ountrymen .ii the oil reiiii L r>: toevthtr •' irs ami trains, going anywhere BOTUL I many British > % %  are going — 1 haw i. %  lea irs to leo%*c. Manj "f ( h <• Ativ: Compaby*! lowei -grade Persian [earful lest they lose their jobs when thalr countrymen take over. 11. mti v of hot beads and greasy palms, and some men %  i %  UM < Hinitai habit bute lehlch, i"i %  ubordlnatai anxtoui U I c .i nu>ntir> p.i> If UM man m pOWCT I his SUCHv.:nt the tribute all nvn again Meiu< the worry, No Sales Trade in AbtdUft bu IS] BlowesJ in memory. p| carpets hang outatde %  or he on %  they are believed to be improved if people walk over I slashed to a cuarter t them. Hindu and Moslem settler* from Iinh.i nrt contemplating returning; to India or Pakistan. • By JAMES LEAMMt) The company, with 70.000 workers, is the country's second %  uployer of the Persians. inch'-; is the Government, whose like the army, have iiol been paid U.r seven months. To meet the threat of Ananelal inll.ipse. the Government is calling in 600-rlal ami 1.000-rial notes—£3 lftR Mid £1 KM after. Then %  vi i y dvU servant, asked him to step into his prh anil worked out tor him. gratis, hi laid fires 'or those 16 fruitless days and promised him %  visa instantly in return for dakhl to the same amount. The foreigner refused on the ground that he would have given it gladly if asked i>n the ilr-.l duy. but ntlt on the sixteenth. He got his visa later ihrough outsidpressure. Moat bwveUon agrea that the %  r in one of these intcrtninabli' d-f-ui svitll petty the crackle of a high denomination note. itu here are among tho i i .iearest—urgent rale is equivalent to ?s l id. a word— and vvb.it is in prevent the nark sending It *low rate and pocketing the diner* i these notes cease to ba %  AM. The Government b0f> in catch out citizens who hold Larjea QUantlttOl of them obtained from Illegal tmi, inn.Kent ceunlry folk will be unluc ky, As connnuolcations are very poor, they may never hear of the order. The Government's trouble is that it is missing the oil com* panyl monthly royalty cheque, on which it relied for payuu] Hu) %  %  I eivil service. Moth iKxiics are foucd to mako their own ii i %  iiaauiauli to get food, pay their, rent and so on. This they do with ingenuity. The bustc monthly pay packet of an army [nivate is 2s. 6d. Abndan'5 hospital appeabi for blood donors and gives £l 10s. n pint. Doctors have difficulty in persuading soldiers nol to return daily to give another pint N.C.O.* unwilling tc give up their lifeblood take a rake-off by 1 i % %  -.MW. to leave barracks. In tincurl xrvic these things %  oili more suavity and diplomat.'. There is an almost antraBii.u.
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IMPERIAL PREFERENCE
CONSIDERED IMPORTANT
By British Govt.
Shawcross Says
A* Empire C.C. Talks Open
(From Our Own Correspondent and Reuter)
LONDON, June 11.
THE SEVENTEENTH CONGRESS of the Fed-
eration of the Chambers of Commerce of the
British Empire was opened here to-day by Princess
Elizabeth, who was presented with a bouquet by
13 year old Cynthia Cave, daughter of Mr. Cave,
representing Barbados.
Princess Elizabeth warned businessmen not to
take unity and friendship with the Empire too much
for granted.
Delegates wow eonsiderahl^ heartened bj as-
surances from Sir Hartley Shawerotw, President of
the Board of Trade, that imperial preference was
still regarded as being of the greatest importance,
lie assured the 'tigress that while he was in office
he Would do nothing ' weaken It.
Dunns the coming week.
Kress divided inlo various
mlttees, wiU discuss matters
the utmost importance to Brl
Caribbean territories. Sub)e~:
tanging from discussion ..
Empire shipping services to true'.
elation* between the Domlnio
and the Colonial Empire will I >
dealt with under flv<
headings
five Headings
Industry and Commerce. Con-
stitutional and Social Q
Intmalional Payment-", C -
municaUons and Defence; Th:
Economic Development >>i the
Colonial Em pin-.
Both Mr. Alan Walker and Mr.
A. E. V. Barton. West India Com-
mittee Secretary, arc m
on the committee dealing with
the economic development of the
Colonial Empire, and special
importance atlaches to their task
(if trying to bring about improve-
ment in Canada-West Indie*
trade.
They will ainl out the eon-
tii that i- felt In the West
Indies al <^n*a,5 gradual
breakaway from KmWrr
-oiircrs of tuprly sd wilt
state the ease for the release
e more Canadian dollars to
permll the Weal Indies to
make merrased purchjxe* in
the Dominion.
On Pare |
UN Troops
tui
Move On
5 U.S. Sailors Die
In Explosion
HAVANA. June 11.
An explosion It Wie Urdu-. I
States naval base atCluantanamo,
Cuba last Saturday killed live
AjnKftsao sailors and Injured
seven others according to reports
reaching here today.
One other aatlor is rnlasfni
Three Cubans were injured.
The explosion is Iwhevcd to
have been caused by a lighted
match thrown from one of the
base's piers. Igniting petrol which
had leaked into Vie water.
Four sailors appeared to have
been drowned and th''
have died from burn*
Renter.
After Taking 2 Towns
KOREA Ira front, June u
i..
M| bn Kumhvm
oi! thus (root "'' "hi.
iniii North Korea than at any
Lm OS sal < "inmunifi
- i inher
The fall of tin
that lb.
OUld Stand and fight to
defend it
Strong United Nations tank and
infantry forces moved unop-
posed into Chorwon settlement
With only ,i (*w mud huts still
standing
The United N
to-Blght threatening the Commun-
ist supply lines to the North K i
van capital. Pyongyang and the
e*s*nrn-. Marines Land
Lit Iiiml Red Lints
TOKYU. June II.
Rear Admiral A. K
MoncriefT, announced here to-
day that a party of marinas
recently landed ao U
Korean coast.
He did not Identity till
They suffered no casualtasa, ib
Admiral said, lie added
rag carried out
boredom of bloekude work
Scott MoncriefT. who I
Officer and second in 1
of the Hi '
nld than wouM bo a Pre*.-
. | .
UoQ \Mtbm tea
It was understi
landed from . a, haling boat ai a
small village 100 imti
Communist lines on the Boil
Coast. They entered a settlement,
hut did not tire shot and re-
turned with rew Communist
propaganda le.i I Ms. Renter.
llopv Of Finding Missing
British Diplomats Fades
PARIS. June 11
A E:> : u-night the chances of flnd-
veraj diminishing
r.il Guy Rurgc*s h id ap-
v neh police
: DM kftOJ ibeir
asklnf the French police to
The;. anted r*:rn No
...tdrd.
i BsSUagJ out of France.
h mi i san
so on, thousfa dotooi
iii'le hope i<: linding the missing dip-
' FbrcaOa Seeielary Herbert
.. makln i hu pi men! in the Commons to-
lah diplomats, id that one of
......
Ion 'owing lo i.'s gvtoral un-
i further omptoTment fn the Foratajn
der consideration when he dls-

I .' pert' uf the ease
. bul it was nOI in DM publk interest
I
nn-nection with
I U Ins hat thli is a matter
> or the othr at this
9
-
- -Itmler.
U.N. WANT TO REPULSE
COMMUNISM IN KOREA,
TOKYO. June 11.
i Nations Ivfnnv Secretary George C. Marshal' said
In Tokj i did not bring dirtctive for Oti a il
way. 1 did not come here to talk peace or any of its
i .itiiilicilimis."
ill wlio (lew to Korea and Japan this week-end
told reporters thai the reason for his visit was what he had
stated earliertu Me the troops, make contact with Its
i in datalla of the strength of units and
their rot
--------"Apparently nobody l>elieve
. me", he added. The While haired
Old Defence Secretary
artdrcssmg a crowded press con-
i Qeraaral Matthew b.
Rldgway"s headquarter* soid the
United Nations Forces In
Korea was to "repulse any
. 'enipls by Communists
s.iulh Korea."
rig GjueaOons, the ue-
fenoe Seeret.*ir> said the .'i.uiie-
work of Ibo Chinese trained
list have been very
< adlv (..imaged a* I result of
Korea He ij-.
njtad Stales had
up" her service
irdl from last July to last March'
merely hi i*place i-asuultic* to
i anHi in Kore.(
nts had been hur-
iilly drawn from units from the
nibbean, Germany and Austria
Old) in March were enough
i>n ..\.,il,hle fr>r replacement*
Korea without stripping exist.
unit- of their trained
nirl -Reuter
Wedemeyer Backs
Mac Against Acheson
WASHINGTON. June 11
Lieutenant General Albert C. Weden.. i ue with
Secretary of State Dean Acheson to-day ovei In- testimony
before the Senate investigators inquiring into the dl
of General Douglas MacArthur.
He supported MacArthur in denials that th<
favoured the plan to bring Chinese Nationals*
munists together in a coalition Government
. He said he had never
the State DSBartfl
mlsiic view" en lh" futlira ol
Brmooa
Acheson hist week lead to
senators the 1943 mt"
Tokyo whlefa
K...... and Admiral Ray-
mond S;>r
FITTY mine B.iili. Enemies Oi" Freedom Will state Of Siege
King Paul Cancels
Order For Yacht
ATMKJJS. June 11
Kln| Paul has ashed the Greek
Dt to cancel the order
or a Hoyal yachtconverted
tad States naval patrol boat.
ostlng &2WJ.000 they proposed
ini( fur hini
Stale* Embaiisy here,
bad Sriafl advlsod the Govern-
ment to give up the idea In order
to ease the strain on I
Kruler.
Rebels Prepare
New Offensive
HANOI, June II.
A French Army communique
today said that 1.200 Nationalist
Chinese soldiers including 100
wounded arrived :.; the French
Union post near Ngsllo about 60
miles nurthv e-t of Hanoi
They were imrr.edlately dis-
armed and interned. Chinese
were reported about a week ago
to have crossed the border from
Chinese Yunnan Provim Into
Tonking territory.
TUiey were said to have march-
ed more than 1.400 miles from
Peking area. China. An Arn.y
communique -said moat of th
soldiers were emaciated and
exhausted.
French patrols claimed today
to have seen serums rebel pre-
parations for a new offcn*iv<
Indo Chin...
VletAa&aa ottdlli wero reor-
ganifling and regrouping their
units In strong formations hidden
in limestone mountains southwest
of Phatdicm and Nlnhbinh about
62 miles >oothest of Tonkin"
capital r:
T'ic i <(! offensive
within .. UN French
who are -aid to i>c ready to beat
off am new Vietnamh attempt lo
break'through to the rich rtce
fields in the southern region of the
Tonking delta. eater.
ohm* t>
. .
i prom of1
liemocratic China "
Wedetr.e\er said
"abxiiutei, mcorroct'' to U ' im i
.age as meaning 'hat
three offki
all

such coalU
.
Of fac!.....
Wedemeyer. now Commander
th Am
also said to-day thai A. hi
given an
.
only agreed artto die Stats Doaart
.
ing fuiut.
even tun.
lo Communists"
A Truer
Weriem<

parallel in Korea would
mount to defeat
caUy."
Senator
> From Page 2
Alt lee Will Nat
PublUh Report
On A lorn Spies
LONDON. June 11
Prime Mln.stei Attlei
hjll i< porl
on i
unlit inicnts bki Kl.ne
l These
. > i '
told the CnminoT
DUld '"' arrooj to make public
the full i iiment'i

iM" in tie
tish such a report as u^. i
.
no doubt tlN ;
I mmumst
l md Nunn
v

The Prime Minister ids

li-h the official

Reuter
Uussia's \ole lb
'Usual Propaganda'
WASHINGTON. June II.
.\ ...
said li-day Hussio's latest note on
IrSBtl repeatei:
Usui I propaganda "
The pokaaman, Michael Mi
Dermolt. said the note was ttl !
being studied but added l' )
pears to contain nothing new ana
repeats the usual propaganda
charges against the Un.(.
I 'ountries which are eo-
>peratins in preparation for a
JapanOSa Peace Treaty and tlie
Japan who have s
oyally co-operated with Allied \
itloa."
little optimism ir
OffaBtal i neles hen- to-day that)
Russia's latest proposals would in*
acceptable to the United States, i
SJ
Russian note was a 'continuation
of stalling tactics."
Si here said the Rus-
sian proposal would give both'
China and Russia veto power on I
ihS treaty in the Coum i of
Minfattm and that tr,1;
United Slates has reiected such
proposal already Renter
Persia Ready
To'Take Over'
Oil Refinery
Bv ALEX VAUENTIM1
TEHERAN. June 11
A large gi]> painted nolicr
Mard hearing the inscrlptioi
I Iranian Oil Company"
*,uld i>e ssactsd out
m.in -ate of Anglo-Iranian CaiBSNtfy's C900.000.00a
in \n.nl.n, I
ovee< said.
Regional Aniii. -Ii ,- i;
Manager Eric Drake held a
"friendly nnd pleasant i
lion without mention if any con-
troversial topics" with tbi
porar. cUrevton tha <;
hat ai>polnteH tot the nat
Indus'iy
Ffe uru hei-e said 10 Persians
afere travelhnK lo Abadan In
fleet of uight Ua
limon .in". It was reported ttwj
were even equipped with note-
paper bennng 'National Imni.-in
Oil Corabany (f.,iTnetiy Anglo-
Iranian OH Col" as the lettei
head
PenUan quarters said oil "Pi-
cieu would invite Drake lo name
hie represeaiutlvas for the h,m ilaatf"* I aUossrts, M.M taffW.
-|*ace and living quarters.
(im* rspoel suggeste ersinns would give Drake onej
iii-k "to complete the Iwndovet .
f the .i I company Reuler.
|
Oil Delegation
Arriws In Persia
TKHEHAN1 June II J
I'be tirst part of the Anglo-
I .ihl.HI O.I I '. nil
arrived tflj I'
sian oflleials were at the Irflald
to greet tasai
Delegate* headed i
Jackaon Vice Chairman* ,.( th
romp.inv wen ,,,rt b\ repreeen-
lattn f '.he Anglo-Iranian Com-
pany and aaay.
Heater.
"Satisfactory
Explanations H
TEHERAN, Jma 1 I
Persian FONtgn MlnS Wl '
raeesyed latacsarj expUna-
tions" from Ruasi.i mi ': < i-m
ence of Soviet troop concentra-
tions on Pmla'l northern lr'>nt-
ier. Persian political sources said
here to-day.
The assurances that <<
lions were
eere slvan bj ihe Bot
'.dor Ivan SadcJlUtOV, when be
callad on the Persian Foreign
Minister yasterdav.
| The Soviet Ambassador had alac
| outlined the Ruaslan attitude on
I any possible landing I
,:, it) PODS In the southern oU-
toureei added Renter
Gain From Mistrust
Ambassiular H arns
TKHKHAN. .In - II
BRITISH AMBASSADOR to Ptrsta Sir pSwwl Shepherd
appealing tn-day for a friendly partr.risliip ir llntisli
IYisi.ni ml rcl.itinns warned "theonly bttwflt froan c nstanl
critidam and mistrust will accrue to the enenfea o
fusfdotn."
---------The Ainbiis.i(l>ir ......le tin-,
tatemenl in lettei i I
ad i olncide with the
irrlval ol tin am perl
tny'i dete-
ation
pi i
'"I ited -. r Da Acs "i tlie
Aaglo-lranlsn ml con ,.
Abadan.
The lettei read "I wish lo stall
eategoricnlly that the attitude '<
the Hrttnh Com rrunenl
luestkm sad Its poll
Iran is net ImperlallaUc On the
ilrary. it has been
policy of thi Brl
eminent lo em mirage an inde-
pendent and piwspskhh Iran.
Commons
Face AH Night
Session
LONDON, June II
Phe n ions which
had a marathon -ntting of II
hours, 35 minutes, las! ThutsdiO
U Friday faced another all-
-nighl.
Home Secretary Chuter Bde.
Louder of the House, said the Qo" -
t'rnmem was determined to get
with the Ptnanee iiiii winch
i i \; i I. nlget pro-
all
d he had tried to get
sreamenl arith th* Opposition to
ch a certain sUge in the Bill
N MdrvilM kMM Ka *>UaSU. J
The Conservative Uader, Win-
ton Churchill, said he was
ig.i:nsi such agreement* nn the
udgM It should be diseusaed
reordlng in ihe rusi and prlnef>
I ' rllamenl Renter
l.S. Will GiviAmiH
\id To Yugoslavia
NKW YORK, June 1 I
Press resyorU tram Washington
to-day said the Uolled Sv.t.
prepared le give Vusnisli
ippl i i arms ana
military npnpinent
Talks between Colon. I
K. PopOVk duel of Ihe Yugo-
i i.. i Dsfsnes
.it oiitci.il) were d< -
i quits 'sell U
1 nled.
| i .
botareen yugjoslsvli ind Unite
sii.tes repraasntetlvai had pro-
paaded "ii the assumption thai
Marshal Tito H/OUld Inn arm
through regular (omtiirni.il | n.i'
l!,| M [.- Il
......I Popovie hod been
insured ol Unit -'i Itatea Q
merit assistance in making pur-
. BSSSI
It was understood, he also was
i hi view of Yugoslavia's
financial position it might be bet
aofc help undei P
Truman's mutual defence piu-
gramme.
United States' officials said this
foreign aid plan could provide
0) Yugoslav).i oil
raporti added
Reuler
"I wish lo state cntegorlcallv
that ihe I'll companj sntlrcly
nunen lad concern and
intervene In the politics of the
nouotrj
aas^lf "---Llv--VlT ti-3t
cusalons tri procsecl in a rrramm
atmojiiher, This I: eaStptla] for
Brian and Iranian Intei
cxtricahly n.lnglerl In in.
of extracting, processing and mar-
keting oil. R.ufrr.
1ST COTTON CROP
l-ONOON. Ju
Poland -Hi sat I
.. in bapismbsr aeoord-
i.l! to ,i Polish new, agency me*'
go received la London, The crop
i
ihOW the l>e-t methiMl, of .idnpt
nn; celten tin- Pvllsh soil and
I (mate
Reuter
III (iialriiiala
Students Rioting
' \ I 13d ALA. June II

i< oded i<. BM anttre couatry a*
trtkas .ik-iiinsi th,. <;

laa wag declared on
Line 1 in Managua and Granada
liter rfoUng by students of the
unjverslty m i r
i. proposal fa transfer
them t., the Natu
t Lean about n imiet to the
*
i Intone todaj
Bl strike
the '"viiiinri'.
......i have broken
i to the broadcast
i ': re have been me i
The National Guard w.is full-
and the airfoie,. |
rMtroaling the bordara el Hot I
ran and L'ostn Rica to prevent
possible Invasion th.. i .< .
i Miorshlp is sai^ I
I Od ReMler.
TALLY CLEKK STRIKF.
GOES ON
lonimin. June II
The trlke of 1.100 tall) i lerka
f the porl of ln brown 8,(1"' .f work
musrd IU MgkAk cU.v *li no
j\jTn e* * wiwU
lock unions
-^Transport .....i General Work-
Lmalgamated 8t<
in r i><. "
I Lsboui Robsna to In-
'
the re-
al more tall
>,, ine Do (Labi I rd llei
: o iu i redund-
im Reuter.
THE ADVOCATE"
D.i>-i for NEWS
DIAL 3113
Day or Ni(ht
CARNEY COMMANDS
SOUTHERN FLANK
LONDON. June II
Uiually reliable sources said hen- ti.-day that the appoint-
ment of United Staler Admiral RuImti Carney tu con I
the southern flank of the Atlantic Treaty European Com-
mand uf General Dwight D, Kuatnhowar was approved In
last week's talks between Ceneral Omar BiadNv g|
French and British Chiefs of Staff.
General Bradley, Chairman of
rs ( luff, of staff* conferred
i ni i .
a ill, Kntish and Frenr-h iriln" '
BB Ihe future form U
,i Ml ftt-
tei, mean
Enjoy /It0* I f*i#*s>
14 Di<* In Buh and
Train Collinioil
WEST GERMANY June II
Fourt'-'-i killed ""
18 seriously injured wr<
and hw- with imilei
ind Trier on the
i ..
nerTerl tiwd.^y.
FOOD HILL APPROVED
.HINGTON. June 11

i-l vr-rsion of a
v 7.000.00II ton*


come law.
Aft the legislation harl received
House of Re|.:<
proval Uit Wednesday, to-day's
vote completed CoriBresaionnl
Ich began last Febru-rv
Truman was ex peeled to sin
lesiitation a* soon as possible
to perm'
needed lood grains-Reuter.
iiassed -
uil.-i .-,
fully causht by the train at an
unuar ly sma.^he'l The the
train *-
Though a final agreement a
Od the command
striKture in the M<"litt i ranean i*
was decided to mrc
er*i inslitini
for completioii of ln< MSthern
' arney,
Roth bun driver .ind enttineer
nn- under arreit pending
gation.
aiK>anl the
Injured All the dead and serious-
ly Injured srere pessen#
bus trailer Renter
It wan undrrsio-.
Itallaa D
| Ihe present
Carney's :ippointnient
to the eastward limit i>f;


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TUESDAY, JUNE M, ltsl
Qcuub CaUixq
MRS. oi.ivi
flew do.'- trot* EntfMtf
>estat day vi > T
to iprao I holiday in
Barbados. 8h' is.staying arttn
Mat- and Mrs M "L I) Skewe-
Coi. Mn Mac Mullen is Mr*
Skews* '' mother
Mr. and An Georg< I
left Barldoa in Deeenibt-r re-
uirnftf h. the aarme plane from
Trinidad The* plan ii <# here
; bout five months taving it thr
Ocean View Hotel.
Sitter*
! ft/fit 'AND MRS STANLEY
i~i fW Y arrived Irom Venegueln
eater day via Trinidad hy R W I \
:a 'pend a week'* holiday with
A. trod Mrs. B. M Drayaon al
"fowl nietT. Golf Club Road
Mr* Day and Mrs. Draytofi are
*j>er Mr. Diy i manager of :
chain of Hnema* la Vcnerueln
Back From Trinidad
MISS GRETA PL'SHELI, re.
turned from spending Hires
week* holiday In Trinidad yester-
day morning; by BW.I.A. While
there she wan i gue*t of her unett
and aunt Mr and Mr George
King
Mr. Neville Smith r.-ho peM
ihe week-end In Trini'hirl returned
by the tame plane
Maflcian Ventriloquitt
PROF. MONTA magician, ven-
trlloquut dancer etc., and his
partner* I,nd Orlanda are spend-
ing a two week lslt In Barbedo*
-they have Just completed ;i Uj*u
of South America.
To-nijht oVer Redlitusion they
are making their flirt appearance
in Barbados in the programme
Gyp*!! rHn,VBn which begin* at
730 o'clock. They ire putting on
a short net which ha* been in-
mrporated into this programme.
Founder . Still Goes On
MR. AND MRS NORMAN
WOOD and their two children
left on Sunday hv Ihe CaUtnble
for England Mr. Wood, formerly
Administrative Secretary lo the
Uireetorate of Civil Aviation was
ihe founder of the Barbados
Dramatic Club.
Will the club continue to func-
tion? But definitely. Their Rantl
production M tentatively tixed rot
September or October Rumour
h n It that It will be n production
of the play "See How They Pun "
Former Red Effusion
Manajfr-r
MR. AND MRS. JACK II.
PEACOCK and their two
daughter* were among the pas-
sengers leaving on Sunduv for
England by ihe CaJomhle. Mr
Peacock until recently wna
manager ol RedlfTuslofi (Bar-
bados) Ltd. He was nli one of
the main movers In the formation
of the Bnrb.idos C'amfr*i Club.
Mr. Peacock Is going on long
Wave. Whit* la hla next assign -
ment. Mr. peacock doe* not Know
POCKET CARTOOM bf OSBFRT LANCASTER al' Baal
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An Artist'* Impression
MRS. C. B. CLARKE, wife of
Dr Bertie Clarke. Is a coin
merrlal artist who Ice
High! ,,t Ait Schools of the London
( .imily Cnunt-il Sin* told the
Idteeal* yeslerda* that BarhadV)
is a delightful Island wttt
wonderful variety ot tcanar] 0*
such a small place.
She returns to England to-das
With bat husband on ihe Dutch
SS Oranirstadt after spending
2'> month'' holiday staying with
Mr. and Mrs (' K ri.nke at Palr^
Bench. Hastings.
She said that she was
in drawing from her i
days and affcM i-ieivmg part <1
her education at thi Convent O.
Notterdam ouhatda of Blackburn
in the north of England, she tool:
.1 three-year course at Ilamer-
smith School of An This wa*
followed by four year* at thr*
Royal College of Art where atM
was awarded the A.R.C A.
Daring the war she worked at
Tooling Bee Mental Hospital in
the South of London as a num.
for three years before joining the
Fleet An* Arm hrinch of the
Admiralty as an artit
Just before coming out to Bar-
bados. he judged, along with Ihe
Art Editor of The Time*, an art
xhlbtuoo which wag run bv the
Festival <>! Britain. This ll* hided
hundreds of exhibits and was won
by an amateur artist arixssa cKhibti
w is the painting of a landscape.
The idea of this exhlhitiim ttt
-hat the winning painting would
tour Britain ns an example of
British art.
On her return to England. Mrs
Claifcg aid that she will M nivini:
12 talks on the appreciation of art
on the B.BC. which run be heird
In the West Indie*. The producer
Will be Mr. W. Edmett who was in
Barbados a short time ago.
Coward's 1951 Comady
NOW. COWAMTS new pt*v
Relative Value*. ,-,i| N
1 produced in the West fend it.
September M October. He Will
Hot appear in it.
There are two feminine hfaafl
Nobody has been picked for them.
When he sailed for England on
Ihe Queen Mary from N*-w York.
Coward said it was a light cointoy
of IMI. set in an M lifl u
English country nouns it
leas a family conwd) "
He nptnl to direct the pro-
duction himself.
Aboard the ship to bid Cowt i I
farewell was Marlene Dietn.n
Coward wrote the play dun'in H
four months' stay at his house in
Jamaica. He It."1 i-tended lo
work on his book, "but the pla>
got in the way and the hnoli is
vtill only one-third written"
U.K. Holiday
MR PAT ROACH hi .- on th)
__
ii, llllhad way tc
E'tgland by the < lomble. wWdi
kfl Barbtdos on Sui.'Ja.. He i.
iiday.
Miss C. M B Griham. Main*
of the General Hospital v.
another pa Fngland by ihe CehmMe n
En Route to U.S.
MR EVANS WAITHE and his
sister Elaine of Bakers. St
" here on Sunday for the
I'M where they will >on] then
I iieni' Mr and Mrs. Ale* Waithe
who lire in Broohlrn
Thfv were former pupil* nf the
Modern High School
Mr Oliver Hurley, brother vt
Miss Muriel Hurley of Chapel
-* Peter and M (' K
Smith returned to the U.S. on
Friday after spending ! weeks
holiday In Barbados. *t ivlng wifh
relatives.
Camera Enthusiast
MR. AND MRS E FTTX-
PATRICK ol Cnlltutio.i
Road slsn left on Sunday for
England on holiday. Mf Fit/-
pnlrlek I* anosher f'amer-a C'uh
enthusiast.
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THF. St JlffM Civic Circle have
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Tl'ESDAY, JUNE l.
HARRAIXis VHViii Ml
PACE THREE
Lawless, Rice Hit Centuries
In Intermediate Division I
Srt on si Hi* *< i rirkrl:
R. I JWLESS of Cable and Wireless and Collin Ricp of
Empire, both opened up their season wiih a century when
the Intermediate Cricket started on Saturday.
R. Lawless plavci a brilliant innings of 165 not out.
more than half his team's total of 307"runs. Cable and
Wireless were playing Wanderers who have lost one wit ket
without haYVtrg scored, in reply.
1 Coliin Hice. too. was not out
iifier KortaH 108 for Empire
:>in* Windward. Tor eteht
Empire is 237 runs.
M. S. Armstrong who also rein-
ed set for opening up with a
century, was run out lor 57 after
i i
Fiated ii. valuable \-"
.dnui.'i.lmi ihc nm dc(al- ,: " J^fV*hSwZ
Memorial Chrss tournamein
Dr. Fiii ^ ins Uic-
Game From O'Kelly
NEW YORK. June
Dr. Reuben Fine of the
plates, gained his first victory and
umslered the fln
B. jgatthawi, opening batsman,
also helped Cable ..ml Wlwiggg to
inmm their 907 when he scored -V
52 run-; lforc he w-s caught and n
i ,
competitor pressed for an o'pen Pa,t b~ler u 9*Iaje has
#mm*vl hWin tbe season In good form.
T*t- During a spell of 31 ove.
.red six wicket*, fur 107 runs.
in ihc Mental HospitalSpar-
Ian match. Spartan scored 174
and Mental Hospital is now 73
run* for the loss of thrw erkketa.
Spartan's B. D. Morns top-
terday.
Playing in the sixth round. Dr.
Fine won in the Queen's gambit
declined in 26 moves. The Relgi;
_ Jot
game but the Amerli
with better proapecti afb i
change of Queens. O'Kelly lost a
pawn on the MCh mow
the point of losing another re-
signed.
food w. b Oorda-

smIv n Clark*
VrCoiM b Qofdan
Harris not out
r-i*>
V Arehrr .3*1
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(' Khii'l 1 fl 1
MENTAL Htl*ll
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M CMrlchlnw run out
C William, not out
N g. lurntwn t Pmiu b Ham-
Ttitai i (.it i .
Pickwick Lead
YMPCOn 1st Inns.
Vinier Memorial
St\mt Held
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Lessons were ,ead by tr.e Rev.
.tor of St.
John and the Address was
PICK : i Am uinm. bLP-C wl P *
red 111 runs for the loss of five wicket* m reply Moor*
il !H) run* in their first Innlttfil when the w* Vunter vu the first he*d-
4 their Second*Division match waa con- mastreas uf ih Codrington lligt
i Setvrday
p] iv of their
iluded u\ Berkles R
UPC. s *, ""'''" M.Mhews l. Vf
f,n f*? rUIW "* J
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Wired four SvS?t2m*J*g.
IliicwiRXl live
Wedemeyer
Backs Mac
I S1|n. (R Marshall It, Q W
n..t out, h. Cnl
Foundation \s. I'ulirr at
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H i foui wttto u fa im rui
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v Empire. Wanderer) betted runs*
ored Foundation HI run* for tv
G Evelyn i and J wick^U . Jones W not out).
En p4r< s
K Skeete two for Y.i
School. She tea
ns a MiInnsi of the 9a
the Propagation a
., i uBdai at thai
Among those pnMW aUK
former pan I hoot, pai-
.vho gath-
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ASHTON & PARSONS
INFANTS' POWDERS
Fran Page 1
Larry Evans, naUonai speed Spartans B. D. Morns to>- (Republican Mase&chus*crtee)
champion defeated Oeorge Kra- scored with 53 for his team while the bombing of Manchuri hi b.i*e*
rr.er, former New York State - s- Coppin made 29 hitUng should have been allowed "even
champion, after 48 moves- J"* before he was bowled though that might involve action
The win enabled the >oung by Chrlehlow. -litfl aerrtjiat uimiili i '
student with a score of four won Goidan returnci the t r .,- correct, mi", he replied
and three lost to move into sec- howling average m ihc Inter- *. ai ] scr. lt| refusil) t perm,,
ond place as two of the matches mediate Division. He claimed General Mac Arthur to bomb haw*
------1 adjourned. Samuel Reshev- >' the Spartan wn-ket.s lor there the enem
36 runs in M
At the oid of pl.tv Empire had

.i Ith (11 help-
W
for tin'
loss o.f 30 runs and J Ward three
.mbermer*
have seore.! U runs for the loss of
Both wichetl went

sky. United States who Jiolds th~
lead wish five won^-one lost '<* Mental Hospital. V.
postponed his game with Oeorga B".Vl
Shainwil. United Stales until ls J?1 ,
Wednesday. Rrgiment scored 2t6 runs
against Pickwick at the Garrison
Two games were adjourned Bynoe topscored wiUi 86. Ishmnel
ajBjai M moves lietweeit Dr. Max made 48 and Hrathwaite 28
hi-, strength
a bases, d
iU-stni\
\
irUi runs in their finrt innings
O on*e* tap-
ine. rVjwling for
m Jr, .Tc 'Willie Ess- ?*"y yr ">' n .Sl^Ih 26 w""m- nn--llllllludlKraH.lhatl.u..- ,, ., I. Wood IWC
iiw. Pti.tattofc m* *k> ftmi___ ?Fr.. l lll,,.,'lT -. 57 runs V". five wickets.
Ewe. Holland, and Cat*
Ojttmard, Argentine Queen's
gambit declinedand between
Mlffjuel Najdorf. Argentina and
I. A. Horowitz. New Yorkin
the Meran variation of the
(queen's gambit declined.
Dr. Ewe was ahead three
pawns to one. Najdorf had t*
minor pieces against a rook and
pawn with Horowitz, and
draw was foreshadowed.
Beater.
Howling for Plrkwick. M.
l.-.k thiiv wickeUi for 49 runs and bombing those fields will Involvi
Clarfca 2 for 14. another country and If politically
Pickwick has so far acored 18 or diplotnaUcall) wa do net pant
i
strategic problem.' he added
"No commander should be put ;, if iirsl innings
hi the Bead and iveii smh n : i runs in their match
MOB ermiaed ih-t gMinsI Foundation al Fot
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g Gilkf. t wkpi b Ruirr
C Jt l-a*k-i- c C Minnini b
1. Ortrnids*
A C Co*l*r i- A O S^aW l>
I. C.rntd|p
P F. ! .tpd ikkpr b
I (lirrnidao
J M-.lHTi. lb. b M I Clarke
F 1. Hi.LiK.r b M I CkWk#
Cittn
to do that, then tl
be changed

H. Yarde npfured four v- Icket ("i
|| | ..
\ i 91 runs

LONDON. June 11
There was renewed acUvily
:ind further sharp rises in Brazil- *
ian issues on the London Stock
Exchange today Hope of eastn?
of remittance-, question brought '
keen buying of Cambuby coffee. J
Rio flour and city of San Paulo '
improvement shares. l
Cambusy strode forward to
122 shillings. Rio flour to M
shillings and Sao Paulo improve-
ments to around 22 shilbng*.
Elsewhere Industrial share prices
were again firmer.
Textiles, brewcries-and electri-
cal equipment siiaies were prom*- i
nent with advances. Japanese ]
bonds were a weak t*pot in the \
foreign tectlaaa, Falls of up lo \
three points occurred tn the new-- \
that Russia wants Japanese pence H
pact lalk^. thus introducing she
possibility r.f further del I
reaclum; .. Ulemeul.
Oils were selectively firmer aad
there ami liini tone to British
Government stocks on
demand. Mining sections were
dull with gold shares under influ-
ence of recent disappointing
dividends
Keuirr.
OWUNQ
rMrtri .. WINDWARn
Bniirne I b b R Faimcr
Barrow r Alkmaon b A. faimr r
Uarpvr b A TKiwnton
\ natrom .ii .,,!<
Harbour Log,
In Carliale Bay
hv a4an>M. *rh m*nm as*
ii
Hrh Philip H David**.... S,n lAurlalpha.
H v hi .- Slar. Sch Kvfrrtrn-. *h
alary M l*wl-. Hdi Enlrrpila* S Ach.
W I. tin "i .*". n l:.i.t.-.l I'lllrm- S HrK tlardrnla W .
Sell Hainbow M Ski FWti>c ln
nrl, Sch Mary g Ca.ollnr t.-h E-VI
ISf llixNtr. Sch franca* W Smith
AHIIVAI.s
SS I inaulat. ISM Inn. ne. Cant
Wratlii ihrad. Hem Lunrtun
M V Canadian Crularr. 3 -
rapi Andsnon, from n> iti-ti omana via
oai '..
S S Niimrll. .:m Ipaw, Cajti Kapa.i.
'rom Olaaaaw
S S Colombia, 7.VW tun
Kvrlia'o. fnwn Jamaira
Schooner Amber Ja,k Mat
Caot Mclawrpnce. Irom St l.ucia
" Bruno, IJktt loo. net. Capl. P>l-
K.i
Y.M.H.C. vs. Pickwick
Y M V.C 90 ru
22. H Ma/hew n
four for IS D Sn
. (S Goddard
21 :
nmona 9 >i :?'
i Capt Ala
Tntal 'for S wkla
of lekt< ; 1 --M. 1*
1 Tl; S--IBS. 7 3:1 n "I'l
nOWl.INO ANAI VSIS
i
In Touch With Barbados
Coaatal Station
Cab** and Win-In- W I I .l -I .
11.1 II., ItO II
ng ahlpa Ihiough tlulr It-'
I .III. t'.)*-t HUtU'li
S S Hr.iU... ill.-..,.i..d. Sunwalt.
Alcoa ."loneer. Ab
Colonible, Alroa CIipi" r
eucer. Roan. NIoiih Smiln i
Alcoa P' faOabeth.
Pohfff Mjirtfc. Prlde-it IKitr.i
Alro,. QstSflSt, Sainaiu. II'
in. Ilenlllla. Heiwnt CBrfl
IJntie. Dntna Al-i iinnoco. Hoatla
I
Pickwick 111 for the loss of live
i :t:t 'n-1 out and
0 Burka three

Empire vs. Winderer* at
Empire
Wander n M runi [G Bvelyo
7r>. .J Cheeseman 4'i. S. Heckles
three for 38. (J Downe* four for
561.
no wicket (A.
Dgruel 9 m I oirl and h >'" '< *

( cntriil vv Leeunrds ul
Vaurluse
i IH.% run' '<; 'lilki's
H C Mir:.i- three tot H I Wei I
two for r.8 runs.
;.; iir ftvo \> it keti
. M rurn |
(nrltoii m, CnmWrinere at
Car I ton
IBS (G H irdfauj 61. R
RUB AWAY THAT
PAIN
THIS
QUICK
EASY
WAY
' Mcntholatum' Halm
icIicm'n rVftfem and Paint
so qukkh thai il scene.
ttanM like Blftfjc. Yuu
tan feel its ooollag,
soothing (ouch begin al
imkc U) cim ihe puinlul
throb. And'Mcniholaium'
iv ( anaj id utt< N M
ium RUBP ON Ruh u
where ihe I'.tin in ami ihc
Pain mm I hat ls all vou ha\c 10 !< u> briO|
immediate relief Irom Aches and l\nnv I tic
soonot you get' Meniholatum' the |00Mi VO
will get rehef. QukV jiel a jai or lin lo-day
Rates Of Exchange
FOKESTERS
CELEBRATE
(Frani Our OWD ConnpondanO
ST. OBOROrS. June .
Sixtieth anniversary of the.
Ancient Order c* Ton
Grenada Is to be celebrated this
year and last Tuesda> night at j
Court Lily of the Valley there
waa an impressive i-eremony I
emphasising the respect com- [
inanded by the Order when His \
Excellence- the Governor and
I-ady Amndell attended the
unveiling and dedication of mem-
orials to three disUng^iiahed
deceased members the late
Charles Felix Mrcival Renwick, .
Peter Saunders Parkes and David ,
George Luaan.
One of the memorials all
Courtroom furnishings was un-
veiled bv His BkceUenc]
the late C. F. D. Renwick. While ,
the other two were unveiled by
Brother George B W. Otway. I
Grand Chief Ranger. Bro. A. O
Payne, presided, while Hon. Ter-
ence Commisaiong read the l/*-
son and prayers were said by
Bro. W. B. Roberts. Chaplain.
A vote of thanks at the rlo waa moved by Bro. the Hon.
T Albert Marryshow and there
waa o large attendance of high-
ranking officials, among them
His Honour the Chief Justice Mi.
I> . Jackson, Ml Ju*tare W. A.
Date, Sir Clement and Ud>
Malone, Hon. and Mrs G. H
S. Hon. and Mrs. F-. Earle
llufhc-s and Hon. and Mrs.
R. C. P. Moore.
NO CONSTIPATION
FOR 25 YEARS
"My husband introduced m* to
ALL-BRAN shortly
married. I use it in :
wet) as for break-
fait. The result:
we're regular as
clockwork'" Mm
Antomna (iraviano,
4^3 Garfiold Aa .
J*rsy City. N. J.
fM/ of many mnn-
ficuW tatfera from
ALL-BRAN utrr$.
If you suffer from constipa
to lack of dietary bulk eat an
ounce (about H cup) of crispy
KeBoff?a AUVBRAN dady. dnnk
plenty of water. If not JjauaM
Sight
DiaO
Cable
PAINS of PILES
Stopped I
10 Minutts
l-nsr.
___, lUblns a*4 toCln-hl rt-ina Pllea
aim tha .ll-o.of f Mrto tforma.ly
knnwnaa fhlnarol> Hytoa atarla to
work In 10 nilnut and not ..nlr aiotia
iKo pain bin al*. take* oat Iho awall-
l>.|. -topa hl^edlne ami inaiall Mro
Irritation th-rrh. Curbing other tr.u
Me-ran, ed hy Pllaofh aa lleada.h-
. ... it., kaihe. rnnalipatton.
i-. t SmmV. aeanttt. uTK&
trusKlm t.nlay under tha p-alll*-
uarantaa M.taa imiM al.p row* *-
ii.In* and ttotihl-a or ttomf bach db
turn of .a.*!* yackaga.
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u

vt aiOING COHFOT I
veM-faawiH Mm.
|iiii>k tin fvwoi fa*
mian .a looka. .. aad
Not aoip. IWt rumour, bJl 1 ACT. Jml look at 1hn hit of
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A siui'Mi \i JIM BBCBMVEii
COLE & CO.. LTD.


t'Ac.r. roi'R
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
TUESDAY. JUNE IS, 19S1
BARBADOS
MgOgTE
Prfstad by UM Airor*** -- L-M
June 12, 1931
SVICWC
THERE may yet be oil in Barbados. Tin
M ft) h hopea continues,
rtaa hart a record v<. i But what
nf Inuri
The tortoise-like pri le to encour*
e hotel industry I* talking point
the world over. In Ban sore
point. There Is nothing
Sea well Runway, the gift of the freer-
burden* Bttrtasdos,
needs some of nur own n
It to make
Active encouragement of the ton
industry is restricted to the excellent llog-
Ring work of the Barbados Publicity Com-
mittee and the publicity provided by
Trans Canada Airline*
agencies which are UMareated in pn
ting the tourist trade ir. I
But while the Government of Barbados
has shown hut tepid appreciation t>l the
economic Importance oi tourlem to the
island, the private citizens of this island
are dointf all they can as quickly as they
can to ruin the island's fair name as a
totuitl resort.
From SpalghtetowD to Silver Sands the
coastline of Barbados, one o! the loveliest
coastlines in the West Indies, has become
a hotch-potch of crazy building Houses
that have no pretensions to beauty block
the sea and offend the eye. From Eagle
Hall Corner t o Broad Street and in all the
lanes between Baxters Road. Broad Street
and Probyn Street women sit and sell
their sweet potatoes, yams, eddoes, bread-
fruit, mangoes mil pineapples.
The only note of consistency to be ob-
served is a consistency of disorder. Only
eyes long jaded by sunlight or permanent-
ly under the influence of alcohol could
fail to be struck by the patch work ugliness
of Bridgetown's methods of selling vege-
tables, fruit and "stale" lish
Instead of promoting beauty, instead of
promoting the island's fair name, we. Ul
tWO hundred thousand, sit slinging mud
at one another and blaming everybody but
001 --elves for the mess we arc in.
Let us tear the blinkers off our eyes. Let
us recognise how rapidly, how swiftly we
are giving the city of Bridgetown and the
l.hr island of Barbados n name that bodtn
Us no good in the world outside.
Let us arise and clear the old Railway
Station of the impedimenta that now en-
cumbers it. Let m remove Highway! and
Transport from the Railway Yard and
until we Bnd MOM use for Stockton let Ul
put it there, hi us ihen make the Rail-
way Yard a "thing of beauty and a joy
forever." Let the traveller coma to Bar-
bados to see the imest marketplace in the
Waal b
Let us pass lej halation forbidding the
sale of am i (lowers anywhere
else in Ih Idgatown. Let us show the Gov-
ernment that we aerioualy Intend t* make
Barbados the most beautiful, the most
attractive island in the British West Indies.
If VM cannot do ih. M thuu's for the sake
of beauty, let us at least consult our own
material interests and realise that our in-
difference to town planning, our indiffer-
ence to lilthy streets, our indifference to
jerry-building, our indifference to elemen-
tary rules of sanitation and hygiene are
costing us dear
Every hour that passes drives another
nail into the coffin of ugliness which will
be our fate as a tourist resort unless we aol
now.
II' 11 Is An Empire then NERVE CENTRE OF
COMMONWEALTH
COMMUNICATIONS
CLOSED
i all II One
iivtKhbcn;itiiMMi of llarnnsway
that a nesvry-wetsjht pmc-iicht.
circus, ur an Ice carnival was
Ukine |
IV* liTPH
tnlcl that Ifi.oso ;,


draw en 'i iform M
American lllm lam are a: the
1 '
i lues D'4
speak It In | N A f<>r him
'his Beaaaad \ itomiart
Ta *'.< ."M
('her Brlti srho coulil
I
main <,i my coUsagua "Cn*B
mIc toward

lotce thai tti
the ConsarvnUve Party

ihi pintt it/n affair-
M lbs lmxom wench of
Bmpln
Igasat upptiiue of
vie evanlna cams whan he saie
liiat he liked the word Empire ami
1
dUfarant this la (ran thai London
County Council, which OOtlUMBsV
'.irated tributes in the
I but thouatat ii
he referred to ns Commonwealth
DBS
If this lem.li
. i-,.r I... -
1 can (oceaea the
tlma when the NidionM Anthem
will lw altered to aomatl
this:
re our gracious Con-
i
taaa our nobh- I
.ii Monarch
Cod save our Constitutional
Miiivh."
Which would automatic.)
the alteration in the las)
John of (jaunt's famous speech: -
"This bleucd plot, this MTtJl*
Ihln realm, (hli Enplaml.'" fo
This federated union of auto-
noiiioii.1 ftrtri.ili S'au-*r
PlBtedesue And Human
Vanity
WHICH brings me to the much
,'. .
who resigned b>"
thirte.Titli to be pre- < i
PrtnC ; i when she was
U> Warn
v..
e> BEVERLEY BAXTER

. -i. i.-.-... . i
of rrece-h
rd and it should not have been
I human vanity played
.ii ii and I .
tf spurred
.
world which becomes iiurttusinsly
nasty wt sh-mir
i .'
Deaanadatlea of Hnh Hapa,
Golfer
who i ihan wr
of ink'

..f the TUnes
Mi ill-Hi.rd
Darwin.
-.iKhlfullv
on his special subject, but '
' I I was leas than Oil
Mr. But
i |
t Fortli-
After Ai Hope**
IndHfercnt uif and ft
the bobby-amien (what a falling
off was there for the lordly
Time*) Mr. Darwin ponUftfd:
"I oannot help thinking thai
after Mi ("rosliy one
Mr. Hop* have had
enouB*i this sort.
Credit iv due ti> the COtMUerOT,
Mr. C. C. Fox for playing
. in Hiich depressing clr-
eumstaa
The infercne*'. in fact the in-
dictment, is that Bob Hope was
playing l" order to get some cheap
publicity and that he hud no right
to impose in- pool Boll "n a good
opponent
Was The GlSfltea Crowd Hi-
l.mlt '
ACTUALLY the one thing that
Hope takes seriously ih golf.
I know, because three weeks
ago we arranged to play a morn-
ing round at Addlngton with two
UOilcan friends. There
uni,. fer nine holes, but,
playing Um the" first
'inn'. Hops had seven bogeys, one
birdie, and one disaster.
He made some beautiful shots
and his putttafl WM *>old and
rcmnrkshlv arcuratc.
WAS it his fault that a giggling
crowd turned up to see him pla~
in the Hritish championship?
And v I I'll Un 'or him
to make jokes than to sulk or
throw his club away as has been
more than one serious
golfer who would Dot draw a
iio/*n Ipt ton
Personally I wish that both Mr
Crosby and Mr. Hope would re-
turn and play again In the Brit-
ish Amateur They bring humour
and humanity to a dour affair
..i.l help io popularise a game
d
Who Gaaa Boater ret
The (-H ,-
AT the end ^f each day's pro-
ceedings In the House of Coin-

ralac a tr< Who Goe~
H
OVM the
drama.
The purpose of th, .,,.
I >nts police
n when he 1.
pn Inch
UTKH Um row "le I
*ht of Mr. Alec

necessary for Ihi
i'jiliiMici t w. i.tii, are so
unpopulai ;it Ihi i iiint that ..
Honwr?"

T- iMeri.iii.. The Age CM
Ham lei
FROV the leti., which I have
received >
umn. I am aware thai*than* me
many erudite snd *#at> I
ei I who n thingr

Theretore 1 *..uM hk- lo oUcli
their help Hi trying to determine
J. HOW old i"u llamlel?
2. ffew old ihoald he be?
MY case against Mr, Guiones*
is lhat he plays Hamlet with a
moustache nna ;in imperial, thus
making him a emu botwosn
Disraeli and Sir Thomas Beecliam
I have always believed thai
Hamlet was hanlly more than an
undergraduate. :
n lover of beauty, a man <>( wordl
forced against his will to
IT is true that in Um
gnreodlaaer I he ha-
been sexton (01 M rears and tha'
he took on the )< b UM
Hamlet was born Ergo Hamlet
is SO
But was that not perhaps a
compromise on Shakespeare's part
because his leading actor Bur-
bidge. or whoever it was. com-
ptalnod thai ha dd net pi a
young a boy'.'
If Hamlet was 30. then his
mother was old enough to behave
herself. But why was Hamlet, a*.
heir to the throne, still unmarried
at such an age" And what had
he been doing since b-; left kqooI
Not Over M, 3ul What Do
'on Say?
I CLAIM that Hamlet was not
more tnan 25 and that Shakes-
FOR
REPAIRS
paare iaU noV d bir :o be no older
However. 1 shall >], ai open
mind on thi* pinnt and ill ba
glad of an\ SjOfigh
Perhaps || my nMdan agree
with me we may ('! in re-
moving the hirsu
of Mr. Guinness. L K S
I^rigfateited i>len Pack Bags
liul un uitpuitl ctrmpj siwks vash in nil luntl
ABADAN.
. pci dan
EUJ their bags
ing Abadan. They icar trouble.
ountrymen
.ii the oil reiii-
i lr>: toevthtr '
irs ami trains, going anywhere
botUl
I many British
>- are going 1
haw
i.
lea irs to leo%*c.
Manj "f ( h < Ativ:
Compaby*! lowei -grade Persian
[earful
lest they lose their jobs when
thalr countrymen take over.
11. mti v of hot beads
and greasy palms, and some men
i . Um < Hinitai habit
bute lehlch, i"i
ubordlnatai anxtoui u
i c .i nu>ntir> p.i>
If UM man m pOWCT I
his such- v.:nt the
tribute all nvn again Meiu<
the worry,
No Sales
Trade in AbtdUft bu IS]
BlowesJ in memory. p|
carpets hang outatde '
or he on they are
believed to be improved if people
walk over I
slashed to a cuarter t
them.
Hindu and Moslem settler*
from Iinh.i nrt contemplating
returning; to India or Pakistan.
By JAMES LEAMMt)
The company, with 70.000
workers, is the country's second
uployer of the Persians.
inch'-; is the Government, whose
like the army, have
iiol been paid U.r seven months.
To meet the threat of Ananelal
inll.ipse. the Government is call-
ing in 600-rlal ami 1.000-rial
notes3 lftR Mid 1 KM after.
Then vi i y dvU servant, asked
him to step into his prh
anil worked out tor him. gratis,
hi laid fires 'or those 16 fruit-
less days and promised him
visa instantly in return for dakhl
to the same amount.
The foreigner refused on the
ground that he would have given
it gladly if asked i>n the ilr-.l duy.
but ntlt on the sixteenth. He got
his visa later ihrough outsid-
pressure.
Moat bwveUon agrea that the
r in one of these in-
tcrtninabli- d-f-ui svitll petty
the crackle of a high
denomination note.
itu here are among tho
i i .iearesturgent rale is
equivalent to ?s l id. a word
and vvb.it is in prevent the nark
sending It *low rate and pocket-
ing the diner* i
these notes cease to ba
AM.
The Government b0f> in
catch out citizens who hold Larjea
QUantlttOl of them obtained
from Illegal tmi,
inn.Kent ceunlry folk will be
unlucky, As connnuolcations are
very poor, they may never hear
of the order.
The Government's trouble is
that it is missing the oil com*
panyl monthly royalty cheque,
on which it relied for payuu] Hu)
I eivil service.
Moth iKxiics are foucd to mako
their own ii i iiaauiauli to get
food, pay their, rent and so on.
This they do with ingenuity.
The bustc monthly pay packet
of an army [nivate is 2s. 6d.
Abndan'5 hospital appeabi for
blood donors and gives l 10s. n
pint. Doctors have difficulty in
persuading soldiers nol to return
daily to give another pint
N.C.O.* unwilling tc give up
their lifeblood take a rake-off by
1 i -.mw. to leave barracks.
In tin- curl xrvic these things
oili more suavity
and diplomat.'. There is an
almost antraBii.u. word "dakhl." which means,
roughly, "hidden" incomeun-
tamable perjuiilen.
A civil servant offered a 1.000-
n-year Job with no dakhl, would
turn it down m preference tjj a
1200-a-year one with gtod dakhl
prospects.
After 16 Days
Possibilities for keen men are,
enormous. A man 1 know \. enp
I i .'ii ant * oilier on 16 days
v-ithout success. Bach day ha
Aas told to come again
L.E.S.
BY THE WAY BY Beachcomber
AT Narkover tho m
are trying to deal with an
extraordinary Incident It ap-
pears that the f.itficr of one of
the boys broke into a house dur-
ing the night
tit; oi
By ''i ironirnl chance \'.'
tificati the
hidden in his room by ;< n
who *iad Iwen usetl as ti (-
Ihe prefect who stole tin- i
cates from another
son did not know that the
property had boon planted on
.-] the fathei did i ot know
It was his son's room hi
rifting. The ,ih"air is compU
by the r* I that t' i i
are forgedthe woik of ;i syndi-
cate which
Mathematics master.
Or. Smart-Allick Is reported
to have said: "The stealing .
genuine certificate!' i- had enough.
But when II comes lo stealing
any-
one to lei
Sni'irt- \llirk
ilvfvmh Xurkmvr
ABKBO why lew man
rver seems to
much lower than that of the
.. ic h(-ls. Smai1-Al-
It is because
tiusb
where.,. ,, t Narkover
. adadJ lireaulari-
-ham-

with that e
grow .1 as a pert of
Ufe
op the
loses all i In ih |jp week of a lerm become. i
i the knowledge that u*
If. nobody
um. The result Is a
manly lei ones hkct you
IB the noody-goody
sch'iola."
\ ii Irilion intake
for fH't


I pan
FING units ., Hi
l>..iiils" Tin ilKHcrlbed
.>:.! at :' h-e'l human
unit at one of the ?
; mi t-< tltmil la ''i/
A- TRAVFU.KIt in
that hi
snails anil found them .
I can well ballet B
There BIO DtUJ tWO
whose snails are
ion )
i a] :-< tale dJahBenoisi <.f

blau under Ihi
ate aataktei bus
only just, at trie Aui
Vktux I m M)
a house In the Voub
tad by Baaa i
r

re. As for
snails, whi.h are eaten

The non/tani/h'
nf \fawhimi
AND In what cries the
courtly reader, -in what,
pray, lies the culinary wisurtlry
of the BteUT Henolst nnd the i.UI
woman?" I will tell you. The
noaaiarellle of IfasaaMau, having
washed the snails in water mui
vinegar and cooked them in flsh-
stock for about four hours, and
i : cleaned nnd dried the
sheila, prepares a buttery bed rW
baked mhabltaint. in its
hell, nut to the cniahed
ehoiQied jwirsliv. paispar
and salt she addsHeaven re-
v.M.i the i;."-l j;i-ssi|a f.unt
flavour of thyme, Then it |g Ro
Elbows spread wnle
boiiie of pioe Pourun .,t band
with rolling eyes and gruabj .t
' I | ippg M..veller
falls in .hi hours
b i l mger, a wiser, a more
generally excellent man than he
w.,v l>efore.
rohti-nr/Ufili
Ifat The taiiaara
"I T avirprises me." said the
1- tourtss, "that Prancti Drake
should have been bom in

bulll about 1880."
When the Drakes moved In",
rt plied Fovf. made

It was only an hour later, and
30 mile, away, th.it the full im-

A mother's ihiughter
Oh. fioor Chariotie ftumpu*?
They shafforrd hv (Sjrfani
SKr teas dropjicri /r.-
Mla'a Badmhiion tflgm.
The dlsaiiAled Hvadim Feir boinid lo dssclaae
Tais tale of the hat
On the end fit flle ate.
",V.> pirl ledh a moifter
Who uoes on like i' is
pktt /or the Scliool,"
She tifiouted: "Disn ij"
Ife refrain. It la all too sad.
TaeaW
WATCHERS all orer Ihe
world are ci.inUu their
eyes to eatch ttie i.rst ipimp-.'
of the rctuniing rocket. A man
in Hucktooth. NebrasKa, saw a
jug-shaped light reviving In the
Astronomers at Dhurtlpore
reported that something seemed
to have crashed Into Saturn.
A glowing saucer seen above
Vots-Kukin turned o it to be a
turnip smeared with .jhuSphoiiis.
attached to an aerial mast Si
mographs as far apart (and
therefore as near together) as
B Stem !. an I Owpfi -ererded
kasriao shocks under the Sar-
gasso Sea. where mtiu<
* mushrooms c.i.ne to the
surface. The Bunne* Mi Hat and No M u
t h r I ,.., nles h a d
d black in the night. In
Bast Croydon green
four minutes ami in Brisbane n
goat was tunned bj EaUlng
All these ,tmo ;
iLinees and pin lurnena are
attributed by Professor Stack-
pine to tho Strabl
LONDON.
IT is difficult nuw-a-days to imagine the
thrill of that day in August 1858 when Queen
Victoria greeted President Buchanan of the
I States in inaugurating the first cable
link between the Old and the New World.
Today, wireless telegraphy and radio tele-
phony have made the cabled message a com-
monplace.
Twentieth century man reads over the
break fast-table the happenings of the preced-
ing 24 hours in all parts of the world; he
sees in his dail" paper pictures nf events
which took place only a few hours* earlier in
Now York. Calcutta or Melbourne. He sends
to any part ol the world in a mutter
of hours And rarely does he bother to
think why he is able to do so. He probably
could not tell you anything about Electra
ll headquarters and nerve centre of the
greatest telecommunications centre in the
world, on the Thames Embankment in Lon-
don.
If you seek a concrete link in the British
Commonwealth, surely you find it in the
tunacdng Electra House. In this seven-storey.
ti wonder of the world, over 3.000 men
and women operate a 24-hour service of
worldwide transmission and reception of
messages yes, and pictures.
The main instrument room on the first
floor stretches the whole width of the build-
ing, covering nearly one-third of an acre. It
deals with some 70 traffic circuits, comprising
15 cable and 55 wireless routes, most of which
are operating all 24 hours uf the day. at
speeds up to 200 words per minute.
The wireless circuits are connected through
a control room to one of four relay stations
two for transmission at Ongar and Dor-
chester and two for reception at Brentwood
and Somerton. f
But Ihe term wireless has no meaning in
t^ie control room. All over the room stand
'. made-up of miles and miles of wire.
These embrace all the systems used.
In the main gallery, a staff of 940 men and
women is occupied over any 24-hour period
with despatch or receipt of some 60,000 mes-
sages. This great now of messages travels
over .approximately 155.000 miles every day.
I Electra Houie has an impressive teleprinter
section, where some 80 machines, operated by
150 women, enable private lirms and press
agettdet to have direct contact with the tele-
graph section. Between 800 and 1.000 mes-
sages are delivered daily to the Press agen-
cies and newspaper offices by this means. A
further 1,200 messages are delivered by
device known as "lelex". which enables the
receiving or sending station to dial direct a
particular machine in the office.
Various means are employed to ensure
delivery of messages to addresses with the
absolute minimum of delay. One of these
s the phonogram system. In the phonogram
section telegrams are received from and
delivered to the public by telephone. Fifty
telephone lines are allotted for the purpose.
Bigger customers are specially served with
120 private wires for direct and permanent
connection with the office. An average of
4.000 messages a day are dealt with in the
phonogram section by a staff of more than
100.
Another important device to avoid time
waste is the belt system of inter-depar.tmen-
tal connection. This has almost displaced
the old pneumatic tube and enables mes-
sages to be dealt with instantaneously and
singly without the necessity of unfolding
messages or pulling them out of containers.
Cn^ of the great technical marvels is the
picture room. This deals with transmission
oi Dhotographs and documents with some 20
stations abroad.
.On one machine, I watched the arrival of a
specimen of a man's Roger print, his profile
and criminal recurd, wired from an overseas
country. The world is indeed a small place
now-a-days! Even if a crook makes a success-
ful getaway from, say. New York by air. the
chances are that his complete record is with
1 Scotland Yard hours before he can set foot
in Britain.
Couriers and despatch riders deliver over
5.700 messages daily from Electra House. The
despatch centre contains special addressing
machines. There I saw clerks at work, racing
against time as always.
Not of least interest is the instrument and
engine room, where special generators sup-
ply current for the varied machinery
throughout Electra House: a Diesel engine
plant for generating power in an emergency
:>roved useful on many occasions,
particularly during the war and twice this
year when the building suffered power cuts
arising from Brttair -
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TUESDAY, JUNE 12, 1JSI
BARBADOS ADVACATF.
PACE FIVE
Fruit Ship On W. I. Line
As Cargo Vessel
Gideon Made
Medical Supl.
The Secretary of State for the
Colonies has selected Dr. David
Strathy Gideon for temporary ap-
pointment to the post of Medical
Superintendent in the General
Hospital
It is expected that Dr. Gideon
accompanied by his wife and chilo.
will be sailing from the United
Kingdom for Jamau- on Ihe SS
Bayane on the 30th June and pro-
ceeding onwards to Barbados on
the S.S. Colomale about the 17th
July.
Born In Jamaica in 1910, Dr.
Gideon was educated in England
at Bedford School. In 1929 he
gained an Entrance Scholarship to
St. M.irys Hncpital and M.-ui ,.1
School, obtaining M.R.CS. (Ens, )
andl.RCP (London) bl 1937 and
DUO. in 1930 He MrVtd ;-
Hedical Superintendent at Si
Mary's Hospital and Medical
School from 1939 to 1941 when h-
was seconded as Assistant Surgeon
to Ophthalmic and EN T. De-
partment, Park Prewcit Hospital
Bnsiiigstoke. In 1942 he joined th.
R.AM.C. and after trvlng In
North Africa. Sicily and I-..I-. u
demobilised In September, im
He was attached to St CaiT'i
Hospital ;.nd Princess LoulM Ken-
sington HospitalEN.T. Depart-
mentas Ex-Senior Specialist
from November. 1946 until Febru-
ary, 1950, when ho was appointed
Assistant Surgeon in the E.N.T.
Department, Princess Louise Ken-
Princess Alice
Playing Field
Gets 'Face Lift'
The Princess Alice Playing
Field has taken on a new look
It was levelled last ueefc by the
TWO MONTHS AGO the air-conditioned hatches of the I11" J* Harrtman ito, Lid.
nri^nannTanH f 1? ST *"*?!* ripe Dananas and tomatoes. She was then being run as a which the onlooker has m unin-
fruit ship between England and the Canaries. terrupted dew wall out into the
No smell of fruit came from hatches while she rortp at h*I?!,r .
anchor in Carlisle Bay on Sunday, for she is now belnTuseri JZ't tSSSE *' ~
for carrying general cargo.
LABOUR KNOW
WHY THEY LOST
----Dr. Cummins Says
to the
for further
100 Years
Ago
WEST INDIAN
I Jih June. list.
Mr. Walter. M P. for
Nottingham, and proprietor
<>r Ihe "Times." haa given
a general invitation to his
crtuUUienta lo % Kit i,i,
town residence. Russell
Square, any day daring the
iinun uh r of the Great
Exhibition. The hospitality
s not limbed lo elrrtlom
merelj. but Is Intended Ij
include every well-conduct -
ed resident In the borough.
Imperial
Preference
From page |
Fire Engine For
Seaweil Arrives
development, this field now
For six month.* *he will be proniisea to be one of the must
freighting general cargo frooi sought after recreation centre*
England to the West Indiw She in the island.
hag been chartered by the There is she ever-present dan-
Siiguenay Terminals Ltd. to make ger. however, of the encroach-
a few trips to the West Indies, ment of the sea en (he field, as
She is expected to make another could be seen when the Advocate
call in August. visited It yesterday morning. On l>
The Brags* la now on her first th*" extreme south-western end Shenfleid YTrimdad.
visit to .the West Indies. She was quantity uf water T"vs Committee deling
sailed from England direct to had be*" caused by the high seaa n.calior.* and dcfcii
Barbados. She is expected to of few days ago. attention to lack
leave port this evening for Triru- ll *ou1*1 seem, therefore, that accommodation on
dad uvfflei.ee she will 1*- going on ir -he further development of th.- England and in..
U) HutLsh Guiana and Santo ne*<' Ls lo *** a* successful as the
Hominga She will be taking a Flaying; Field Committee and
load of sugar at Santo Domingo others would desire, a suitable
for England. breakwater should be erected
_. along the entire stretch of the
J"*' "', brousht about field firing the sea.
3.200 tuns of general cargo. She a. Park f
WW> <* cement In R not unlikely now tr,e lleld lorW "ft. *ll^iWinM.'''nUsn ihrf "T *'"* -
** a has been levelled, that the Play- Coionlal Qtwommentu muke ihrii l>"lllM",,"-'u.....f n would hei|
*^n ing Field Committee ndght pur.-hai.eii direct thi-uuBh Crown Uu' *'* "'i ment U. change f,.v th.
"aU.r.zS '0,und*r making this stretch of agent-. But Wost Indian dele- J.t *he whole cnmplexloi. ol
wit* coUPltoraai C (XnuS tand. H SUiUhi" pl*c* **"* *"* w, "** '"- " <*v- Barbados build more schools
fruit. X SSe, a8 S2ch af %%!? J^K. **" '^"VS to nmenU make more purchases P h forward the Honshu.
220,000 basket
THE LABOUR PARTY know why ll.ey List titt-ir scat
in the late St. Andrew bye-election and will correct their
mistake Dr. Cummins told a large crowd of the electorate
at the Empire Cricket Club Grounds last night
The Labour Party wa* holdin
I political meeting Speakers in
eluded Messrs M E Cox, T O
llryan. A. E. S. Lewis, G H
Adams. Dr. H. G. Cumm.ns. R
Mapp and Mrs E. Bourne
The big fight has just begur
Dr. Cummins, chairman said
First speaker was Mr Mapp. H<
said that if ever there was a timt
Anther and e\en older prot- tor the need ot unity this was th.
':! b*Ll?ck.led. b> Mr A A* "me Conditions in Itarbados be-
m the fore Labour' came into power h*
with commu- M|d werr worst than in anv par'
mce. will call 0f the British Empi i,
Of passenger The cost of living in rvn>
-hip- between ,unln "! the world has gone up.
When the Conrorvatlves say thn
Mr. Adams i* not getting mor
ollars that is like saying that h
rould IUM let rain fall
has i
her hold for Trinidad. She
gross tonnage of 2.900 and
3.500 tons of general i
Wiii I
particularly those area's
s >ut hein Caribbean.
Buy Through Merrhunl.
A third subject which will be ... mm .. ....
lip b) West Indian dele- ,, in P*"s 0n1,<*". .i
Ol o..r- Mr- T. O Bryan^called to tl
hose, uf Cirtum,! i;.,.emn.enl J*"I>U;^ t hold UlgUlll *U u
..torea. At the nwmanl mt ' funds denvm fi..m th
:- .venlngs after a hard day's work, hftrough merchantswhe^'pouT.! Scheme, the Road and Watei
searvelv anv of th^m ^^T SiT and ,pend te*"""^ "" **'** hie in then own territory They Programme. They should know
July 1M9 onwards he was all
Clinical Assistant to the Royal
Northern Hospital.
Breakwater Built
1 BnaM is In Barbado
Inside
the Oresundsvarvel, AB. i,tm-
skrona dock yards In Sweden.
when It was She is owned by Mr. Fred Olsan
by the Government of Oslo. She has the lintcafa
Z??:_" .,lhowever m "" "^^ P'ure yacht and the Interior
u almost as well furnished.
Carpets cover the floor of the
cabins, which are well ventilated
and eiave a look of
everywhere.
ind cannot be
Labourer Jailed
ill and will .
oy selected men from the aero-
drome
Those men have all had pre-
vious experience. They served in
. ,w,. i -> En*1"""" with R.A.F.. fire squadr
At Window by h<*a ""l^8 ,ne '" war
/ ^* The engine was in Trafalgar
A breakwater has been built at Square since Sunda
"the window by the sea" opposite n.oaded
General Hospital This will pre
vent fishermen from beaching
their boats on th.- spot. A few
.'mall boats were there yesterday.
These could have been lifted over
the breakwater.
The "window" is at present un- .
sightly Grass and wild bush is In lho Assistant Court of Appeal he has first class accommoda-
growing in various places Some vp'"'rd8>r Justices G. L. Taylor and "on for 10 passengers and there
idlers still find it a convenient w- B Ownery sentenced Frank other accommodation f
place for card games, dice and Drakes, a labourer of Cave Hill to another two passengers. She
dominov* x mon,h' imprisonment with equipped with radar, automatic
lit will however be filled in w.lh J""* 'a''ou(r h2,' '^"^l^L0.?": gft ,
semblc the Esplanade. Seats will Their Honours thereby con- A crew of 39 mans her Th
be built and the area will be firmed the decision of His Worship grp Spaniards one Rumanian
ultractlve. Mr C L Walwvn. Acting Police ,. British^ one F?nnul! ih
Two buildings inside the yard Magistrate of District "A". Drakes other* ire' Norwegian* riS
of the Eye Department will be appealed against Mr. Walwyn's de- women do the cookinlr
dug down and this part o( the cislon and was a!*o ordered yes- Segurd Knutsan the C
road w,dened. tertay to pay t^%><&* app"' ^mcSTtold tte" A-voe.^CSi
r-U'Ftrw-c DADIT amounted to Si 28. tMr (lnp ,rtp (o ^ ^J ^^
tJjUC.cn a f-/\i\"fc Archer said that on May 5 he wa" n'y marred for a few dayj
AFTER CARNIVAL SJW lhP defendant and asked him when they met heavy
to buy a piece of cloth from the me Azores. He has __.
West Indies on other ships.
arrangements have been made for Iiihis submitted for Cougrc^ wnmetU had lieen vi*u.d
the laying out of another. The discussion Is that of Colonial land would fall to nothing
tonnls lawns whirh have been tenure. One member of the They were encouraged by the
already In operation i'iave not Congress, however Mr F S favourable report of the (lull
Tha Bruoa was built specially bren Interfered with. Arrange- Physick, a |t Pr-s|ihiu ,.f |hg PfW*" b0Ut thdr fimiings of o*l
fruit ship three years ago iu mw,Ui dre being made for pn- Fe vision for other games. ,u-. Mu-nUon to this IsBPOrllfrt '''p holidays with |my would
The enclosure of the field Is matter today In a letter published lx* especially U> servants and the*
complete and there is a proposal in the Times. He calls It had made every effort ta agj
to grow a hedge behind the wire "Colonial Problem, number one -*uth bill on the Statute Book
fencing The Civic Circle will be and says It concerns the securltl Mrs. Ilourne said that the Im-
punting ornamental and shade of tenure and a settled Govern- bour Party was the onlv party In
trees around the field. Already ment 'without which the capital Barbados which had done any-
s. ,Y.eY,,fr*r**n treT, have b**n 1o risk of mvastmenl u aararal] thing u> pull u.e woikmg classes
comfort P""11**1 le field for shade restricted." out of the mire The Opposition
purposes. ____________ Dictatorial Derisions ha*J bn empowored long enough
lmyslck goes on: "In recent to dn the things which they were
<-.,i. Colonial Governments now suggesting they would do.
inking no doubt on InatrucUotM 'l wa* t,up *hey had won u
received fion Umdonhai
been urging upon the peopl>
rned their prerogatlv
sound, direction
and 7,800 h
. Cane Fire Put
i Out By Rain
(>c-.U.uoii but it was not be
cause of their talk of the Gov-
ernment being responsible dor Uu*
self-GovernineiH ami U hign cost of living. They were
Xerase it In double quick time.' speaking against the educational
He alleges that despite such system with regards to ago group-
^rotsMtationa, "there have been ing but it was only that more
nore dictatorial decisions and teachers were needed and age
nora inleiference h\ the Colonial g ouping would be quite work-
ble.
Deane and were OnVe concerning lo.al afla,.-
tire extended to than was ever previously the
A (Ire at Adams castle Planta-
ion, Christ Church, over the week-
end burnt II acres of first crop
frlpe canes. They are the property
if Mr E E. ~
nsured This
-other fields and burnt various
quantities of canes. fius Interference in Physk-k's
At Mellows Plantation. St. Jos- view has had disastrous results
eph. a quantity of second crop Going on to discuss a 7re*h A new iorina-pu
,,H.!^,Ciin.r .*"". burn! onnSu"(l"' Pr-l'l'n* now presenting Itself. lW(, for unde.wat.
mndlnlght. Fortunately the fire was he refers to legislation m the new in Venezuela
?e_Jff "T*" to V*?PUt_out by rain. The canes belong British Finance Bill (due for dl*- Imported from France and Italy.
and were in- cushion In Commons this week) where they have been popular for
der whlah "it would appear some years, the guns aie mitde
lorRa*
\#\v S|iriilg-^un
fish she-
Carnival revellers left n great Model Store for him. He gave West Indies on other ships. He ;to Joes River Ltd
amount of work in Queen's the detendant S3 and waited for likes the West Indies because isured
Park for other people to do. sometime forWm to return Later there Is always fresh air. | Four and a half acres of second that
When the Aaracate visited the he saw the defendant In a group Kn tkippetisi ^ B^t^rop ripe canes were burnt at pern
Park yesterday men with long ft""^.1 ,h * Up ""1 "^ for two trips from the Canaries S"ton Plantation, St. Joseph, on land situate in his own eountr) various sites
brooms, made from dried palm nim ". depied tflkinu the to England. The skiuuer I^his *Snturday night. They belong to from a> present owners who are w* undssnrtand that
were sweeping up the bits J^^JS^B^iS IB? S FylUng' had taken a%*olidtv Mr .' A Haynaa and were to- paying taxes In the United Kin*- '^omen to
lited for Hkes
n^'^w'the0 defendMrln'a -rrouo ^^ U """" '""" "* I Four(and a " " ' wn'* '"at a colonial ciUren may not be aluminium, and' have a spring
of men and went up and asked Knutaan skippered the Broaw -*?J? r,? canee were burnt -*1 ^-"nitted to purchase or lease mechanism that hurls, harpoons of
him about the *3. for ^otrij* from the Ca
The detendant denied taking the England. The skipper,
monev from him. He then re- Pylling had taken a holiday
>- kk'choU;sr4Ji j'nc?"."-i7,u,,sii.'i",H?*s/,s..!irR,.j5sud.yl8h, 12.<**^- iv,hu-i:*,*,,,.,,,.
.'1 S.,l**g**ff..Anl!y..*ff?v rMted Ihe dctcndanl on. Swan II" on one occa.ion when hi, ship 'hlrd crop eann were burnl at prive Ihe Unlled Klwdom
SPECIFY
"EVERITE
ASBESTOS-CEMENT
CORRUGATED SHEETS
ANL
"Tl!ll]V7\I.i.
ASBESTOS
WOOD.
-
fj I'l Hl.\.\ III K-1S-I \IS
Kills rnnimoii QniO in lliinklm; \\.iler. tftnal eiittinx down
the Trau-mi<>Hliiii id UK. ms. s thniueh Ihe Drinking Water.
IMIUW MIIU-l(-IO\
worm- i.M A (.iiiii.iI l,.in. <.,!-. Bird
Kuutid- .
help* |
them rrcovrr i|ulikl\ ituni MB) sag lh<' him- lllrdi to <
|en Hi.in lli-y -li.iiiiit
'i-or bi;si itesi i.is i -.i in, miu ri itivv rgonrcTS.
|H. JaSOIl JoilCS tV Co-a I.Id. Distributors j
(*|
HARRISONS
BROAD SIREEI
-Ainu i ii.ii -
I II IIIC SCALES
PlMhtaa nunle mill lln Ii Ii.iI.mm.,1
I incited in lllitl'k and I'liniiiiiutn
A BOON TO i'.'. OFFICE
WBIOBT8
ml* s<.:t i i uii
idi in..
i dirty shirt without a back s,reet and look hl;
On Sunday morning children gt^tlon W
were on the hunt for money. prakVs has two previous convlc-
nuis or sweets dropped by the Uons for !arcony as a bailee.
revellers.
to the Central struck a mine and sank.
The Bran*
Messrs. Plantatio
Inquiry Adjourned PtepatatiottS \lli"U(l Far
Hurricane Season
Joes River. St. Joseph They
the property of Joes Klver Ltd.
to and were Insured.
A house at Arch Hall. St
Thomas caught fire on Saturday
Only a small portion of the eastern
Hide was damaged. It is the
properly of Winifred Jackman.
evenue.
Premature
Physlck concludes: "
under self-Cjoverniiient
tants of a rolony would speedily iult".
asaeii their right to buy fixed her
THE following telegraphic o>r-
poudence has been exchanxe<<
GOVERNMENT is making preparations for the fovlhcominR
hurricane season and proposes to do everything possible in
this respect, Mr. G. T. Barton, Assistant Colonial Secretary between His Excellency the Gov-
told the Advocate yesterday. ?InorBand,lhe R,lihA "0,VU"'''
He said that Government intends to carry on the gj^rc^ V ofcton o*f His
organisation in the same way as it did last year and is asking Ma)esty the King's Birthday -
the Legislature for $10,000 which will come down in the
form of a special resolution to be laid on the table of the
Tlouse of Assembly to-day.
From this sum. grants will be Police Stations in the more dense-
made to the various parochial or- ly populated areas and there
HEARING in the Inquiry into
the circumstances surrounding the
death of Milton Barnett | 64-
year-old labourer of Bush Hall,
St. Michael was adjourned until
Thursday June 14 by Mr. G. It.
Griffith Acting Police Magistrate
of District "A" yesterday.
Barnett died on the spot when
he was Involved in an accident
on Bank Hall Mnln Road short-
ly after 9.30 p.m. on Jung 10
with the motor car M2187
owned and driven by Herbert
Armstrong of Bush Hall. St.
Michael.
Peat martem evidence will be Kanisatlons and reserves will be be three short blasts for a warn-
taken from Dr. A. S. Ashby when held by the Director of Medical ing and one continuous blast for
the next hearing bssjlaa. Services and the Director of Agri- the all clear.
culture in case they have to send In addition. Government Is
nut supplies during the caution- making arrangements with the
nry period. The remainder he said. Director of Education for the use
will be held at the disposal of the of the Mobile Cinema for propa-
Executive Committee for imme- ganda work.
THE consecration of the Very dinlc uw should the need arise Unlike last year, there will be
Reverend Dean Mandeville. elect- oftcr ,he hurricane. three VHF sets which will afford
ed the ninth Bishop of BHrlmdna WiUl|n !ho nt?xt len dav,( th.rp prlva,* communication between
by the Diocesan Synod on Thurs- w, ^ a m#etintf u^if there strateale ,.nt These lets arc
.id
parochial chair- seem to work very satisfactorily.
h can be Incorporated Earlier in the month, there was
re any such alterations, a meeting of Meteorological Or-
details of them will be made ganisations at Port-of Spain at
known to the public. which hurricanes were discussed
d.Ul.i. and "'though there was no direct
rampnieis representative from Barbados ;it
He Mid that the u^alparr.ph- ,hwo u|k
lets will be genlout to remind the the Meteorological Officer sta-
public what they >hou1ddo m lloni,d in Trinldad< wou,d
case of "hurricane Some of wnt tJw inl#wu of {hh col
IhtSC pumphleU will be placed <,n Thp Gov(.mrnpnt ^ addpd ^
BIRTHDAY GREETINGS
assets In their own countrv from
non-residents; but is it iHag to
provoke them into deinandinic
premature self-Govern men I by
thigh handed artion this time."
l-iiiri'l. they h.ivc fOUIKl that theyf
can make a day's enining* with)
only a few shots.
i douht Standard equipment, m addition!
Inhabi- i the gun. consists uf .i but hi ng I
,ter-lighl Blesses and rub-|
.... had .. Um f< t
CONSECRATION
SERVICE
by the DUieesan fy""4'."" \r,u'V will be a meeting to see if there strategic poinU. These
M^S;' r^hfJi^l1.. 8 ,m are y u8tions for Improve- being tested at the morr,
"/S.*"a! CS,^l? "**" "-m the parochial chair- seem to work very satisi
Sunday July 22.
Admission to these service, will men wh
be by ticket, but the Bishop elect "
considers that this Is the only
way of ensuring that represen-
tatives will be present from every
church In the diocese.
He asks that those attending
the services will rogad them-
selves and be regarded as rep-
resenting others who are un-
able to be present.
From the Uavernar is. the If digit
Herrelary sf Slate for the Col-[yest
antes dated Sth Jane. ItSl. iblcycle was
On the occasion of the cele- to the hospita
bration on the Birthday of IDs
Majesty the King, I ask. will'
my humble duty, that the sin-
cere and respectful congratu-
lations of the Government and
people of this ancient and loyal
Colony be laid before His
Majesty, together with an as-
surance of our steadfast mi'
loyal devotion to Ills Majesty'*
Throne and Person.
From the Secretary of Slate for
the Colonies to the Governor
dated M* Jane,
Your telegram has been laid
before the King who has asked
me to express
precision of the loyal messag
from the Government an
People of Barbados.
DYNAMITE GUARDED
A policeman was on duly
the Pier Head ysartardai Ha wa
guarding a lighter which
ing alongside loaded with
mile The dyi'sinm- h..i n
by the Sagucnay Termir.il-'
rell from Eaiiland
Explosives arriving in Bar
THE police van M1052 are usually unloaded ui lh,
eollldod with the bicycle O2 at lour I*olice Pier The Harbour!
Uie corner of Bridge and Tra- PoUca Pier could nol be used on
Streets about 2.43 pjn. this occasion because it had bean
lay. The rider of the badly damaged by a lighter
bicycle was Injurd nnd taken which ran Into it
It r rtDOtoa,
Cyclist Injured
HA\snai s
visit all
the church walls, In
'"Trpar" ""'I ' ^'>"
report
CASH LIFTED
A $14.40 line to be paid forth-
wiMi was yesterday Imposed on
O'Neal James, a sailor f St. Luein
when a City Police Magistrate
found him guilty of the larceny of
$25. the property of Jsmes Fl-
He IWDBI
churchci as oon
his consecration and so be af- ments and mner p.-.- >' -* decided on at this meeting from "The offend" w'aa cornmltted
forded me owortumtj- of meet- by the public ,.a,_bl. haV(, 'h*? Meteorological Officer in June 10. Sgt. Scott prosecuted
as possible after schools. Government *! ch^es that h,"bee R S\'^HSSmS isSSl
ani te -f- ments and other places frequented dw.idc.d on ^ m^((ng Jaw ing^of the ahOar Ad.ujss.
[ .^tt;
FINE FOODS
KRAFT CHEESE n II M Urn ... 5'C-
KBAFT CHEESi: im 8 Ql Pkla....................Mc.
GOBGANZOLA CHEESE, per lb...................11.11
DANISH CAMEMBERT CHEESE. p*r Un ..........$l.l>
SLICED BACON, per lb..........................$1.10
STEPHEN'S ENGLISH PICKLES, per jar............34c.
ELITE SPAGHETTI, per lin ...................15.
BAHAMAS CRUSHED PINEAPPLE, per Un...........24
CROYDON PRUNES, lib linj...................43
CROSSE ft BLACICWEI.LS PEAS per Un.............28
PFRLSTEIN BEER, per bollle 18e : per case......84 00
< HIM
si wsff.i.o. si on a to., ltd.
4''.-1.If#i#M-S thai mr* .irlh
/ um- ATTENTION.
ZEIS.S I MS
35 M M XFNAR. 2 8 L-m; Compur Rapid Shutter 1 sec
I 500.
IKOPLEXTwinlem ReflexNorar 3 5 Lens.
VOIGHTLANDER
BESS II Built-in Rangeflnder.
Color-Hrltar and ColorSkopar Lens 3 5 Compun
Rapid Shutter1 sec. 1/400 see. Delayed Action
BESSA IYaskar4.5 LensI sec. 1/250 sec.
PERKEO21 sq. 3 5 Color Skopar Lens Compur Rapid
Shutterl sec. 1 500.
BECK KASSEI. BINOCI LARK 8 mag Bloomed Lenses.
DROP IN AND LOOK THERE OVER AT
KSiGHrS LTD.
The City Pharmacy.



BARBADOS ADVOCATE
TUESDAY. JUNE 12, 1851
JUST ARRIVED!!
ANOTHER SHIPMENT Ol
THE EVER POPULAR
CREAM
OF
WHEAT
OBTAINABLE AT ALL LEADING
GROCERIES
LARGE at 70c. Package
SMALL at 43c. Package
Haw Tints
With Backache
I mill .ad iota lumbu m
Why put up with pain ad dh-
nd *
aa|>ataa>ikllaibioeda'eacaa>
lie Mid Mad odMr iropuniiai
Mot qrharaha * coDaa B
lae >;iiii and oaae dmieav.
Doa.'. PSa am aapal mar
lal -ail l>6aa)ia,
-Cr^DOAN'S^
For Your
Enjoyment
BoU. Ceektall Oalom
Cfcerrlea
.. Muffed Olive-
Tins CaetUII Bhealla
,. SwMt Vkaaa Siuul es 8
.. rrenkfart Ruailn v*
,. Loneheon Bett
.. Pale De Fob!
.. Polled Meat
1 l p|. Tin gaaaa Ollee OU !j
Tim Caeeae
Pkn. Krall Chew
l I
SlNCE&Co. Ltd. I
IT PAYS YOU TO DEAL HERE
SPECIAL offers to all Cash and Credit customers for Monday to Wednesday only
Dually Now
Moirs Chocolate Bars 10
Usually Now
Tins Heinz Vegetable Soups 31 28 \^Y,.~ r\,.-.,,-.i<.-> Km-. 10 ..
Tins Quaker Oats 59 ..4 pkgs Rinso (Urge) 58 .Vi
Tins G.C. Pineapple Juice 33 Si Tins Ovaltine (Urg.) 1.35 feM
D. V- SCOTT & Co. Ltd. Broad Street
so,
saewmsmm.
Your MONTHLY Period ? ^^^
St
Do fomnle func on*! mritilhlv
"Iliiivula make vuu fwl at) ner-
NUli .(ruimvly resile.*. * MOM
nd we.ik a few day. ]u*t totbn
your period Thorn u.rl taking
Lydia E. Ptnfci.am.. V-iiibi
Comi-iund in roll*** tw-i. -jinp-
tomnt Ii ha* mil Mtotiiiiitj,
comfort tug nii!ii|iii*ini4ltr ei!e<-t
of thin great medicine helpa
IBltnt moh
.
PlnXtLaUitn i
i .nan ralitra m otnlj i
iiptm pr>*prioa nor- __. nn > > -> tawt.
rr> itMriii.ir an i
LYDIA E. PINKHAM-S VaUtabl. Compound
'(&*****
Helps fi> i'lvunst' the system
from bmmd Impurities
Impurities in the blood may oauc rheumatic
at hi-* Bltd pain*. >lllT nod painful lulntv
h.iil.. piriir>lt* and common thin dtaord*r..
Clarke'- Blood Mliiura help* to purify
the blood, cWaof** "he .y*i--ti aad aniot-
la rvMaring food health.
HEALTH BENEFITS L,
CONTAINS VITAMIN A & 0
IN A DELICIOUS FORM
INCREASES RESISTANCE TO ILLNESS
ENSURES STRONG LIMBS
AND SOUND TEETH IN CHILDREN
Haliborange
The nictit way of taking
HALICUT LIVER OIL
- i| till! I Mlaaalil 111., LONOON
"BRITISH CARRIER'
10?
Tell rAiTIJT SUVICI TO
tunopir---------
"-* YOO IAVI MOMV t*0 ON
\ rviir Limp. 4Saa(
Task mitish wist inoun
aiiwayj pot aiimail
iTienru. s *
ALWAYS AMMAIt "MITISH CAIIIIH" FOIL SMID AMD KONOAtr
BWIA
IIIJISH WIST INDIAN AIPWAYS


TUESDAY, JUNE It, 1M1
I. \Fir, Mm- ADVOCATE
CLASSIFIED ADS. CJ^?TM ron n,vr
PAGf StVEN
Ml*
**Tll.l On Meeds. jun, m. ist
!* Nsihe-krt, NT IU.. Mm
UM. <;- -rnmer.t Hill Hu fsuieeat
.H leave the above tfidfnr* >M<
.* afternoon lor the WhI.
aatec, himdt ar- ashed
FOH UU
aSlM-mm rharee tree* TJ nil .
PJ ceat Sunday* 14 "*. >.
teo-ds 1 crate a u*rd .. f teat.
-etia Mans.. 11

-11 isaittr
IS SI
AUTOMOTIVE
UDLC-On the inn June. 1MI .1
tesidence Deacon* Ko.d Hi Mic
PRANCKSA Of) Li. He. lui
leaves the above rnidrnw at 4 Jo
o'clock this 'v#nK loi St Ini.
Church Friend* ere In v lied
Daisy Shorey iDauarhter.. Kill) Mind.
lUil
PINKBTT -On June llth. IH) at hb
residence. Stuart Hill. St John-
IDWABD PIHK1TTT HU funera
leave* In* abovr residence at *
p.m today tor the St John Parish
Ben i
RAMSAY-On Jim- 10th. IMI, at h
residence. Cave Hill SI Mieha,
- LOUISE HAMS A V An M H
funeral Ihvh the above residence
at 4.J0 pm indav for St Stephen
Church
Mr. Joseph Knight 'daughter.. Victo
Jerve* Mascot! .grand children-. Id
KlnS "trp dj.uKirr 1IB5I
GOVERNMENT MICE
I'AH M ,
Mai ri in
MM f.-r jff
i i..f,-...t
new Appl
nw Hi.,,.
CAR
Only ttu
a nrw ei
Gai-i> I
iuxh.ll VMM IWS.I all miles
I e**s old A chance to g*
I food rcdueiH.n Port ft,,*,,
CAR- M<
A real than
Ginl' UJ
CAR ford Anilia
F.LRCTRICAL
O^CTRir CLOCKS M
various style* and hr
>r aM Radio Prmi I'
A. COSTA CO.. I-'
Dept
Ties kMhtdtrij
i>* Dial ir,e
D e:tf ...
UCTKlC FANS
Calling Tpe Pan, jua
DA COSTA CO
Dept
KLBTTRIC SAWS7 and "Klp
inoner sa.a b,. Black A Darker Dial
at** DA COSTA A CO LTD Ekctrlcai
, M (I:
Dept
POULTRY
POl'LTRVA (rw
-and Ufa Cockerel*
Hal ??M
MECHANICAL
DICTATING MACHINE Lili>.
taUng Machine. Cost ISMOD,
price WOO oo Rradahew Co
LIVESTOCK
TENDERS FOB THE SCPPLY
OF GROUND FBOVIKIONS
Tenders ate invited for the
supply of ground provisions far
the thrtw months beginning on
me 1st. of July, 1051. to the
following; Government Depart-
ments:
GLENDAIEY PRISON
Sweet poutocs approxi-
mately -8.000 lbs. a month is
governed by the number of
prisoners, tQ be delivered twice i*
weekly ai the prison in propor-
tional*- amounts.
MENTAL HOSPITAL
Sweet potatoes approximately
5.000 lbs. a week. tQ be delivered
at the Mental Hospital twice
weekly in proportionate amounts.
Yams as available.
Eddoe* at available.
LAZARETTO t*. M,
Sweet potatoes approximated Smith-. Pur* Bred Ho
400 lbs. a week, delivered twice Da* remdi.i soob.
weekly as ordered.
Yam* as available.
Eddoes as available.
Breadfruit ag available
2. Tender* should show the
price per 100 lbs. at which each
of the abovementloned commotl
ties will be delivered at the in
stltution concerned during each
month of the period from the 1st
of July to the 30th. September.
IMI.
S. Tender* should be for-
warded in sealed envelope*
addressed to the Colonial Secre
tary (and not to any officer bv
name) so as to reach the Colon-
ial Secretary's Office not Latei
than (4 p.m., on Wednesday. 20th
June. 1951). The envelope should
be clearly marked "Tenders
for ground provisions."
4. Further information is ob-
tainable from the Prison, the
Mental Hospital and the Lazar
etto.
8. The Government does not
bind itself to accept th lowest
or any tender. 12.6.51.2n
\ ahipfneni <>i St
meived. Dial 1
LTD. Electrical
Imported Rhode
.uiadJi.* v*ili
HOUSES
tPAimCRMI
I Ivhed ApeW'.t
tOom. VeWindah.
NOTICE
PAatSN Of ST ANDBa*
Appilratian* ill be rate)
, rd (or lh* taonruv of Smtol
I i Saiinun Chapel al j ul.if ( V|
111 U prr mo'lh plu. II', coat | Triepboiw 1
living kaaui Applit.ti... mn-t
jHtwi>panird by a BirUi and Health C.
lif^Blr .t,d wlU tie rerelvrd n
am.
AI4AN SKINNrit
Veatry Clem
St Airtt-
li>td f
PavllW CPun i M.b
I hed.oo.
FLRKMHRD APArrTBlBfT
"* worihirg. lth Silver A lan.n
f i- furthft partle i
n !> .1 b ..
SMnd Colv.
A'linr u I HI not teapoi I
dws- --
1111 -I <,K IS1II ,|lll
ORi" I lit M Rt\K \1 I
I elding ipreiallv I
NBl...t llill^b, PUr.Ut.oii. St Th.
TAKa NOTICE lhal I. the O-ne
the above PUnUtlon am about t Dfe
- Run ot C)00 under the ,
'he above Art ajairut the -aid Plantj
ot the AgririiKuiai ,cor
<"T pan...
I h. -n-l |l
MAHN1.T
ISB3
No
II |
M hai
h..",.V.. ,1
\ (l-elllng hmiar and Una
. i or iw M.in nd. ' Mtch-el
'toaae ramptUea Drawing room, duiim
taom. 1 bedrooms, kitchen, waiar eloaet
aid bath lor inapectMM. ai.d f-irthei
..:,.,,]- A,... i to MRS A V CUM
MiNs. Relmo'it Road or Dial JOT!
_________ 10 .11 -It
H8EYELT -Maxwell Coa.t Pload
ully lurnianed including Prigidairr
vlaphone. Mr From lit July Phone
I-trg* fumnihed Bedr.
TMS MIUAB IVIH UTRV
AURICI'LTiaAL MASK ACT. HU
I- tbr rredllar. halglag .p.,1,1,, ilrB.
igaln>| h.hjIi.i, Plaauilon. St peur
-------NOTICE that I, th, <>.
tfcg
IV-
und.
bSMX ->.i .t
1 reapect >( the
loan
. ( Hi. .
lion,
i*i 1
No nvonrv ha> been borrowed tinder
the Agricultural Aid- An. ISM. , ,*.-
pect of auch >ra.
Dated thu llm da* of June. IrMI
A A OIIX.
'Owner..
10 SI Jn
SI1.VBR SAN OS REACH HOI ST.
oiuge on Ihe brach T
IO obtain bedroom* .Re Inge re lor. derp fn
rr Ihe provlalon. '*r* t.miH.ire Rtadidu- A Co
it the mm J>lanta- HUM
AgttnilKirot i
"vmsssisr
SIMIII

'""' > dearer.....1
fw" have bee. > i m
.he publh e#W
redffi in n name on
'prask iiA-.nirn ,
rurSeid n.i...
'' v.. '.'.
10 r
public
ft'll
1 S SI- In
1 t-Mi-F Arrrfnm,
Frag*. Mill
Si Joaepn
The public ate heretiv umtnl againat
tA.t rreal.t t
lURaMK loaSj Roarhi aa 1 do not hol.i
'aelf reeponitblr for hrt at auMM Nil
roMraeCSSJ an* debt or de*>t 11, ,u
-up >,nlea b> a wnitan ordpi signed
I'l III II Ml I II IS
*..
NOTICE
. Me
MISCELLANKTUS
VAPANT POST
Chief RehabUIUUon Officer.
Caooa Board
Colony of Trinidad Tobago
Applications are Invited for the
vacant post of Chief Hehabilita-
lioft Officer. Cocoa Board.
Trie salary will be at a rate in
lh* scale S3.600-12Q-3.84Q-240-
fi.fiO per annum: the actual rate
df*ending on the c|ualitlcalioni
.indl experience of the successful
jpflicanl. Travelling and Sub-
JKn allowances will be paya-
bit at rates similar to those
apjrroved from time to time for
Gvenunent officers.
The officer will be required to
reside at %ht* La Pastora Propagat-
in| Station, Santa Cruz, where
furhished quarters are available
tot which he will pay os rent
lOyV of Ws salary plus 5* per
annum of the value of the furni-
sx
Candidates should have attain-
ed a good standard of education.
possess executive ability and have
hod wide agricultural experience.
Technical qualification!! are deslr-
abl* but not essential. .. ..
Duties of the post are:
(1) to assume responsibility for
all cacao propagating work, and
management of all Propagating
Stations (under the Immediate
suferviilon of trie Chief Scientific;
Officer of the Department of
Agriculture).
(li) To receive all applications
for subsidy grants under the
Cocoa Subsidy Scheme and to
initiate their investigation.
flii) To control both the office
and field staff engaged on the
work of the Cocoa Board.
(Iv) To certify vouchers for
expenditure incurred on behalf of
th Cocoa Board.
B) To supervise the general
progress of the Cocoa Subsidy
Scheme.
f_l)To carry out any other
duties that may be assigned to the
officer by the Cocoa Board from
tini* to time.
The post is non-pensionable and
subject to three months" notice of
termination on either side.
Applications containing full
particulars of the candidate's age.
qu.incAtlon and experience to-
gether with copies of not lets than
twa recent testimonials, should be
addressed to the Chairman. Cocoa
Board, c'o Department of Agri-
culuire. St. Clalr. Port of Spain
Trifildad to reach him not later
than June 23rd. 1851. Envelope-
containing applications should he
narlced "Application C.rVO."
on the outside left-hand, corner.
E W LEACH.
Chairman, Coco* Board,
s.e.si7j
MORNING
MUERV
WMn headache, fatigue and upset
n.ai r rain yout n-wning. y" c
-m the day" rfth ABra Seiner.
Ta*fc i< oo arising, again-if rUd
--laWr m tha day. Kaep a tvipply f*
quick acting Alha-Saltss*
rjfe baady aheays/
AlkaSpll/pr
ANT RUTTTJn! kill Atitt. Rcacn-
He*, and many other Insects, ao gn r>
Ihe Peata. Only I per box KNIOHT':
HPMAX The beat vitamin cereal U\
Ike world for children and grownups
*> laity loo Knuait'a Ud
COCOANUTS At Harrluuth, St Philip.
ir ji-
qualltv
GALVANISED SHTTTa -Rfi
new aheeu. Cheapest m the .,.,
fl ft ISA*: 1 It MM; B ft Mil. f ft (7 SO
10 ft SB 40 Nell cash Belter hurry
LTD.
Ull-Hn
A. BARNES A CO..
W vou ore looking for I
wiltcner trv CAMPANA HAL
hands, face, neck and arrm
srtnothflea front mapping ..
KNIGHTS Lid
SC AI*; One i
Scale S 00 to
Proverbs a Co
ll aVlgpWd-hard Platf.
wrlgt. 400 Iba Ha
Ltd High Biaajtt
I *! :
TKTCITTS i
Ir5
HBhat
ii a si
VAP-LEV MOTOR i
l>rv tyae. No apl
VCLE UATTOUt-S
ll. II-
WlhiNQ D-VICKS A Urge shipment
>t tlie-e enables i.s to undertake tne
installntlon and rrpdlr of all classes of
tlectrlc.WinnaT DMl SBTS DaC05-TA A
Oo., Ud Riectriral Dept
II4n
W have .
original aiipi
II b.ini'ie- l
stock HALLS WJNE. the
ne Wine lank reslnt-livc
it tired feeling, builds up
makes you fee! full ot th"
a flu3u
akei you
jioirrs i
ZOn-ORAA powerful grrmarld* frag-
int with strong ntlarpt,<
ontninmg a rmotl proportion of D D T
"valuable for spraying In the sick inom,
ll II* Home. Public Rooms ,tc On .,!.
t all Drug Stores 7 B Sl-eod
ANNOITNCEMENTN
ir list of properties
sjir U so eitanMve
possible to act them oui
Interestvd In pure ha
at my office and v
The price* range from S3
DA-.- A Scott, Magarl
97U
whkih 1 have
lhal It IS ITT,-
hire. If you
ing a proprrV-
Do yoU want to tell >mr
propertv? If ao D'Arcy A.
Magatlne Lane will bur it
or -til It for you. D'Arcy
DialSTU .
lit. yoii
. Scott;
1.31Sn
AVAILABLE FOB CHARTER
Sun*/ veeaal Ml -Irois Bay.'
Imiir lie iln rnglned (onvrnion
alth wooden hull i coppered, powered
v two Perkins no n p type MM
urines, elaaard >t IJoyds. registered
tonnage 101. draft S' 4 overall length
III. beam IS' speed ** knoU.
This resect I* suitable for tha carriage
el paeeerigers or lor pleasure purposes.
bul has very limited cargo space Ac-
com muds non tor crew of nine all sea-
gDlng equipment, navigation tnatrumenU.
etc fot deenlse charter at agreed rates
wllh Ihe Owners Apply Manager.
Rlnldsd Northtr>, Ateas I.lmll'd so
midad Leaaehnlai Limited. Pointc-a-
Plerre, Trinidad B W.I."
s.a SISn
OLD HABBIBONIAN SOCIETY
ISIh 8 o m al Harrn-m Collefe
AOftNDA
i Mlnulei
Steeretarys Report and Financla'
Rutatrwrrt
i Riaetlon of Offlcen
4 O. H. Dinner
i neneral iBUneaa. ________
NOTICE
R%aast>0S (klfKli A*0< IATION
There still be a meeting ul the Umpire*
Cnmmlttee on Monday llth. June it
3 am at tbe Challenor sund
The formatted of an Umpire.' AsserU-
tlon will be the only item on the agenda
As It Is likely lhat officers of the
rrcpowd AsSeeiatlen nl be -leried. ll
h Incumbent on all Umpires to mil"
il. efTert In .liter, J lh meeting
w. r. HOYOS
Hony. Setretaiy
S S 11- In
OKIIM AI
BOt'VENIRS. CURIOS.
mm*
Nrw Ulmcn l|llll
THANFS
I Orr-rgf
V o( Jul, |*SI
jo.-..npanied "bv
CertIfk-lira, and
rtaadi.'.....- I"-
Tiea..it-r of the Psrl
> ill in- ran hrao] pj t
Uler than the lth
AsWaMtaam sum t
Baptism..! ;.nd Mrdu-.
marked .-i the- rmrln
aV M l-chul T
"sful applicant Will
quired to MSMBH '
September 1st MM Hill panic
lumente and duties i ii
may be obuined fmm the ParochtVl
Treasurer
SI 3n
WEST RAV
ting room. Dim
' ."',a.....,1
;- 1'n Lend. Ch
i I...... J Is.-^l r .
aier, Srrvnnis
nd Water mstal
I Cilnn Uiu
MIStKIXANKOUS
lAIL'DNPEAKEH 1BT.1
Uiely New, hto.il lluni
Ings or Ptiblsr Addr.
IM attachment filled
Sivwner* Hill, for p.
NOTICK
imi LiiitiMionrni ui'in
Notice la hereby gieeri lhal INlllllH
-.tiT of Halls Road. Saint Michael
-i Pranria PlanUIion. Saul
Ctwge. was irrlured when Ihe lorrv which
-ar loading reversed *..d went over
hM body He died of injuries RiajMnM
'.0 compenaallon ha >t, i>.
All Ihe dependanU of the above.named
SrCei.sed are hoetov n-iiilred In appea
; Ihe Aaaisunt i\*ii of Appeal i
ledneaday Ihe llth da. >l Jui\ iw.i
^k s m
DatiHt I'... rth day of June. IMI
r a TALMA.
Acting Clerk. A C A
II m an
MISCELLANEOUS
HANttD IMMtDIAlILt
r well furnished 1-bedroomed Plal
Vicuut, N (tilery required
Box AA. C o Advocate Co
CHANCERY SALi;
The undernmiiBined propi
r .bin Bui
tule aareirird and if nai then sOki ll '
the same place and durlnr 11
I pansruUri nn ..ppiKst-o-^
kpDH
ICINT. B< TTIXS, oi with] Marks
nsraor Plain Knights lid Pk*
for I 'sil it leal Meet-
aves Record play
AppU L Lewis
IM 1*1 ii igULB8
NOTICE
Application- for one or mor*
St Micluel's Vestry Rahlbitions
ilson college will be received by Tr
Clerk of u V-onry up . rvr-vn m
Tuesday the mh dav of June ibsi
Candidates must be ihe sons ,.( p...
lohloners in atnntened circum.uncea
must be born betwren the th Septrm
ber tftjn and the 30th March 1B41 to be
proved by Baptiarr.al CerUftrsI
murt a.N>mi>any ihe Application
r-orms ol Application
i Ihe Vei
' Clerk's Office
_ i Order.
E C REDMAN.
St Mk'.uel. Vestr-
NOTICE
PARIKy OF ST FtTIB
Appllcaiion. for one or more Vacant
si. wn on Jun* *"'
eSsssr rsjw? xssz*
must be betiveen the ages ol 7 .,i
eara Application forms irav- be ob-
tained at the Parochial Office and B-piis-
2225Lmv* * <0"*Med win.
REAL ESTATE
Mahoganv -,
l"t Biwil I,
.. ll......
: also While.
i m ri p k<
ivlted and will be received
* l*-e. Lnspcciion
iti. when Sale

saniv he
1 g Sia
.."P** COTTAOE Harbarce. Rq Sfl
Michael Modem Stone all Rui galnw
.und.ng m 1 ^od. 3 perchc. ol i.rsd
.ill modem conveniences, Inctudlng gas
F
I aan
WOODEN BUILDING *b It .. .,
nrw (o be removed by purchaser n
-ectlon.ill. fo. r.sv rrmo,.tl QeMl I
e ilh shingles, wuud Soot. 14 shu
windows Suitable lor Club house, sn
( hurch or lesidence Fullher particulai
Dial SIT4 |-
NOTICE
Applications for one or more var
SI Michael's Vestrv Rxhibiuai.s
Queen. College Will be received b>
tlefk of Ihe Vestrv up to 11 noon
:eth June 1HI
Caudidaiee must be the Daughieit
parlshlonera In straitened clrc.imsti.nces
laai
ill)
i than
i IM
ii ce.tificate whtcli
nppllcatlun
of Application can be obtain*
' Vestry Clerk. Office
Ry Orddr.
L C IIEDMAS.
Clerk, St Michael vestrv
TAKE NOTICE
DRAX
rniaix rsonrcrs
inlnatlo
datea ,
i follows:
t 9 as a m Candidatea und*
m July Tth att a 30 a m
G K COBniN.
Clerk of the Ve-u- s- f, .,
NOTICE
Re Relgte of
WHILLEMINA AI'C.URTA RUSIICLL
NOTICE is liffifeRY given that al
|ierw igat
the
ivh.ii,
in. A
>lr of Thi
' (.....*. m the pnrudi of St fie,r~e'
ii this IsLuid who died In llDrhad'x
in the 13th day of December ISW. are
eqneaied n. send in part.culars ol their
laima du* attested to ihe undcrsign.-d
lerlrtide Conisrll of Garden Iju.d,
rOsinUJ Road. St Mlihiiel. on or before
he 28th day of July. I5I aller which
lite I shall proceed to dldribute the
I ii I rt-eensed among Ihe parties
Hilled thereto, having rrg-m| only to
.mh claims of whkh 1 shall then hav
lad notice and I will not lie liable for
he assets or any pan thereof so dls-
rlbuted lo any person of whose debt
>r ilalm [ shall m,t then have hell
And al personi indebted lo the *> estate are lequested to settle their In-
(tebledne,. uhoul deUy.
Dated this 1st day of May. IKI.
i.l ll lid Hi' is.Ulf 1.1 A ( ir.N'H I
Oualllled exeeuirlx of Ihe f-tate of
hillemtna Augusta B.i-hell. .deceased'
I s.g|-4n.
NOTICE
Re E-Ute of
WILLIAM RUPERT-St CLAIR REDMAN
deceased
lOTaTF. IS HRRBRV seaVsW I
apj h..\l. any debt or claim against
Batatr of William Rupert SI Clalr
Redman. Inte of Hatting*. Christ fliiit"
who died In this Island on the Itlh day
of October. ISM. are hrirb- required in
nd partirulara of their claims, dulv
tested, to the undersigned. C .. Cattle
Catford A Co. No. IT. High lb Ml.
Bridgetown. Solicitors, on or beto.-e tha
Ilet day of July. IMI. after tvhlch we
"1 proceed to distribute the assets <>i
Deceased among the parties entitled
Clo. having regard only to such
m of which we shall then have had
re. and that we will not be liable for
erects or any pait thereof so dls-
nied to any person of whose debt
Claim we shall not then have had
notice
And all peranns Indebted
_atete are requeued to settle their in-
debtedness without delay.
Dated this mh day l May, IBM
HfltlKT CUM SMAN lU.HMAN
PRANK MraSF-RVKV PHILLIPS
I.ISDSAV OhCIL HYrilURN GILL
Qualified Executor- or the Will
SRASIDE ISOUSBS at foot of Cleaver .
Hill, ll.lh-hibn St Joseph, over.looking
milae bathing beach nt "High Rock''
I C"IJ*EPPI.RS HOUSC. standing on
f acres, JS perches of land and elected
'ii high promontory with e>tenM-e ***>
if the sea and delightful coastlirs
The house conUlns closed
lilting room, three bedrooms (with .I.e.*
ng roomsi ont with running water,
ntchen. pantn/. buttery ~nd usual can
tiiiencea Electricity and Onvfrnme"
V.nei installed Servai.ts roomi find.
Caaragaj IB yard.
I DENIS MON1K. sl...Hlmg on 1 rood
:? perthes of land and erected on huh
uund with view ol s.. and part of
coastline
Tha house contains open verandah, alt*
ting room, three bedroom* ,, with
rrtssing roomi. pantry buttery, kitchen
end usvwl convenierieea MlecUsc.'v and
It..vssmine.it water taaBllMSt
Inspection on application lo the reeprc-
The above properties will be set up for
Bate by public competition, in separate
l"ts. al our Office. James Street, unrigs-
town, on Priday tlnd June Insunl, -l
: .i s..Ai'
I .Ml 111! .,
the laws of ihe t.u.ui oi JaenaKa m.i
whose Irsde or hii'loesa addri
"| I'loOicr. lio.u W.*t Bind. Ktug.t.....
i .ic, Hellish West Indies, has applied
fi I i the rrgl*tiatl..n ..I ,. l.-.le math
,.. I'l rl 'A ol Regl-li-. In f PSfCI "' i ''
r, -i-sp detemenls and all preparation-
tiintr. purposjes and also I i ie.ries-1
iration. for the teeth and hair a
itfumed snap and will be entitled W
gister He same after one JWHitli Irom
ii lllh day ol June. 1B01
erst person shall in the meant
Xlce in duplicate lo me at' m* office of
:.* itn hi f *i.rh legisMaiian The.
-de n.eik can b sen oi. amllie.lion
I rrq office
Paled mi. 3t.t da> oi Hay, ll
II VS. M I IAMS
Registrar ( Trade Marks
TAKE NOTICE
CAFIASPIRINA
at STERIJNO PTUHILTTS I'JTrii
NATfOtlAU INCoiii'MH*! h .
poration urganned and existing undei
ihe laws of the BUM of I*el...-
Uiilteri States of America. Manulaslurn I
whose trade or bualntaa addreas is IS
t*t, Newark. N.
11 mted Slate, of America. aVM sSMlh
for Ihe reelstrallon of a tr i.
respect n
nalgesi. ard anllp>ren
leal. uWdieal and ph.i
rations of all Wl.d- an:
to i-egjiler the sauti
i from the llth da,
n.edlclnes. i
ii l|
TAKE NOTICE
ouco
AM> I'lUfANV, a corporation asganlu4
and exlstlrif under Ihe law. of the SI..L
ol Delaware. United State, of Ainerk-a
Manufaclurers. -hi.se tnle Or business
adsti-ees Is I0OT Market Sheet WUiWaSq
Ion. Delaware. United Mate, of America.
I..." -oplnd for the reSqStratlr.il of J
Hade marM in jsgrl "A of Register f>
resi--CI of l..cquer.. pau.iv v.mlshe.
imd eiiamelB. thinner*, reducers retard-
ei- running and polishing i i.....
mimeni. tsrneefa, pttmef-snrfacera. nn-
riersoala, psitti" Ufa*! le.q.er removing
I..-. I ..I- .1......1..U. lie. I..
wood filler*. Amsl.es fm lealbe. loathgl
nlHi- plaslariren. pvrosylin cement'
i. il adhealves. pulishe*. demises .nd
'..mobile top
- i easing! lot lire* automobile
holing iviteni cleAners, automobile
cooling system sealers, aulaehnblle cooling
em acid and rust InMbttors, and
It leal compounds used to repair leaks
blocks ol automobiles and almllsr
aiii be i milled t.. i-n-ni
same after one month from Ihe 13IH
day of June IB01
ball
uplMate Ii
ihe
.Kin.
-..-
i- ,t ii* gesea of oimo-itio
isai.
snail
III
in me al my office of aasaoalUi
rs glstralion The trade mark can be seer
on uppllcalMM. at my office
Il.ited this 31st dn. ..f May. 1SS1
ll MIll.lAMs
Registrar of Trade Marks
19 a SI-
TAKE NOTICE
TAKE NOTICE
^URIA/4
of Mis
That RALBTON PURINA COMPANY
a corporation organ I red
under the law* of the Si.
United States ol America, whose trade
or business add res-, is Cttv M -
State ol Missouri. Unltei
America, has applied foi the registratio'i
Ot a trade mark In Part A" of Register
In respect of food produrt.
-.^ides. dls-
irfeetmits and venmfuges. aid 111 oe
entitled to reauter the same after one
month from the lllh day Of Jure I eel
Vinlesa some person shall In lew
duplic
is Hat d->. of May. IBftl
If WNIUMf
Registrar oi Trade Mjrks
That THE NRSTIJE COMPANY, INC
a corporation orgoiilred and enlstut
under and h/ virtue of the laws of th.
Da** of New York Ui.iud SUteo o
b tines, address Is ISA. East 44th Street
New York Cll>. United Stale* ol AftairhM
In. applied for the regl." .'
ods mark in Part A' ol H-gi-tei rl
pect ol-eondenaed milk and ov.por
ed milk, and will be entitled t
pater Ihe same after one mi .Mr. Iro.
ie llth dav of June 1S9I. miles. *-,.
d.inlicit
I,... "I-
at rrvy orncs
Dated IM
to me at ry nffica
of such reglsu jili.t. T
en be Se*n Oh ofRilleat"
Sill dary of May. IMI
II WIM.IAMK.
Registrar of Trade Mark-
LOST A MM\H
LOST
n-AKF. TICKET
PI nde. please return
TAKE NOTICE
DULUX
GOVERNMENT NOTICE
VACANT POST OE INSPECTOR
OE SCHOOL*. (.Rl \\l\
Applications are invited ffl
tne post of Inspector ol BcfWotl
Omsada
The duties ..( ihe ih*i are the
(a) To ensure that in*- law
Tinting to erliuiil
laid down in thi- tiu- m
KeguUiIinti* b
tbl To perrorm adniini5tr:i-
live ilutles of a routine
nature un fmie- ii* may be requlrei
by ihe Head of tht
EdiKiiiuui Depiirtmenl:
it To be responsible for m-
sperllnn sj|4 examlna-
UotU drningeil by thi
I K'l'.i i t'Timt.
i (I i To give guidance as di-
rected by the Head ol
the Department to nubor-
dinate niVin i
in ediiralinii.il work.
Tin' iilary of the poal Is in ihr
'rale $^.160(Be12,640 per an-
num with a Com of Living Allow-
ihce ill approved rates.
Travelling allnw.iix-i- i. |.n \ .it
a fist rate of $46 rw*r QHMlth OH
Ihe understanding tliul the oflleei
mainiains a inolor car in Ihe pei-
formanee of his duties.
Ap|ihralion<,, which must stale
age. qualifications and c\p ahfiul'l Ik> gUppOTtaeJ l.v (.leunn"
nd should reach the Admlimir:'-
M. s' Otoraje'e. Owaiwlg, by 1Mb
July. lOftl.
ON THE PROMT.
BRUSSELS
fart of ii nrcus. consi*tin>: of
Iw.i hyenas, I wo wolves and a
o:oiikrv uvre left ibgndOMcJ
without food for five day*- at n
station in Eastern Flandrrs. After
terrorlalng Ihe village fm in
hours, they were recaptureil In
Kndainies who hud h'fi huge
ists of fresli rnent its hull ainund
the village.
KKOZKN
UtllSHANV.
A 8I-year-oW Auatrulian waj
fr.unri frozen atlff In Ihe frost In
., BrlflbaiM park WMn lil*d I
the sh'Sililft . hf films' up like .1
plant; with dlffi.tilly he wag bent
and put into a car. Mi- was still
ive, but lain devHii"! rr 1
H.nrii., .hM Uttwaij Ini ufstor
sii(iusne*is.
FOR SALE
IN ST ions
iiiim.ia.. lodge School Free.
I. small Shu hull! house Per-
condillnn Completetv enrloa-
1
F. G. PRESCOD & Co.
CONTRACTORS
Modern Rulldkiias
I Vl'llMii ll. I I.
I mh 11 U'orkmairiihlp
Dial
iddresa is inert Mmwei stree
IVUvBre. United Statee
Imertea hag applied lit 'be reglstra
,i a trade trunk in Part "A" of Regl
1 respect of enamels, palntg. vsrnli
ind lapona. varnish type vehicles for
idercoals. puliies
...lucer. driers. rm'
>ils, stencil pastes wales, Mains
llvents. and svood hllei.. and
ntitled to register the same atti
rmith from Ihe iRh dav of Jm
jileaa some person shall in the me
live notice In duplicate lo me
SVe of opposition of ...rh
rba trade mark can be seen on as
K>n el my office
bated Ihla )l.t dn> Mai IM
I* Wll.l IAMS
Negtstrar of Trad* Mai
L A N D L
House SpoU *l STANMORi:
A I .OIK .1 Black Roek Z.4M A
al K.tOB -.111.1. feel
lkj Eaay Term.. UUI 2947 >T
R ARCHER MssTBWifl
D L A N D
sj houaewife can tell
\ ATI HA I
GAS
You- GAS CO 1
It..
RHEUMATISM!
ARTHRITIS!
Their terrible pain is often needless.
....... .... MM Mkf of treat men) brings prompt relief from puina
due in aympUim- of ihesu- drearl d'-s-aaea Hut more' IlOLCIK
leo tin* physio log i<-n I minn. |i.i'iu ulrlv on mi.ilmlic prorsaaaaa
tin h arc 'i very important faclor m tne rheumatic atate. This ia
the ro'.rdinal -rl ai-tion nt a new combinafion of CaSsstaTal
v iTiarr. Hi. nt.
(KILCIN ha- been t.-^eat thoroughly in hoa-pitals and linit. 11 t*
.nt ,ri-i rilsfl h> dm-turn noti ll hi" reliev .d lh> irnpjoiah "f mnnv
r'i lloa eejfnren with long -landing u-. ol join 1 tiffneaa and
1 pain So, you are. Ihe iMtirr you u-* IMM W |M aormer
-mditior. miT 1^ improved.
not riN eosta rary utu.- r.ri it today-100 pre.ious ubleu

AQUATKUIIIM INDIA
(Meanbera Only)
The Manugemfiit begs lo
inform Patrons lhal there is
no truth in the rumour that
ihe CINEMA will shortly be
closed
Owing; lp the compellllon
; between Ihe large number
. of Cinemas now opeiutlnf.
' in the Island, it is ImpsMsl-
J blr for the Club to ahow only
E New Films as formerly; but
' arrangements have i't.
t made for a good
'f rtims to be exhibited
' during the rest of the year.
1 Among these are repeats of
J outstanding suceeasea of the
. following leading producers"
\ TWENTIETH CENTURY-
[ VOX
i 1'ARAMOUNT HKO IlrtUlO
* l.'KIVRRSAL-
INTERNATrONAi fr
CREPE
ROMAINE
If you know quality vou
know KOMAINE. For
then* is iioihuUj more
fielifthtful to wear. In 1!
gorgeous shades to
choose from 46" wide.
And at specially reduci-d
Price ll.M yd.
Remember this offer ii
only good for 1 week
Visit Today -*
THANI BROS.
HK*nt
PROPERTY Ail lhal reilan. parrel
llorl. sit
jbsitting 011 lands of A
a place r.lled PTnlK and m
tfsrr PHUT cuan a a

I
-
-. rtsnte
else Use ..* la
SHIPPING NOTICES
IIIMKrAL. AISTRALIA, NEW
ZEALAND LINE. LIMITED
\l A S t LIHEi
s s ARABIA Is scheduled to sail
from Hobart. llth Umy. Adelaide Mil.
M.v. Melbourne Sth June. Brisbane llth
June. Sidney Urd June, arming al Tun-
idad during Ihe Utter hall o( July, and
proceeding therealler to neibados and
l.i.eipool
In addition lu general cargo this ves-e.
has ample spare for chilled and hard
.pled on through B
lug (or transhipment at Tllm0 I
i>h (iiilana. Leeaid and Wu.dward
'.lands.
irthei particular* apply
t WITIIV A CO. LTD.
i .11.la I
Rerl.
DA COSTA A CH LTD .
r--o and Passengers for D-
inara. Antigua Uooiserrat. R.
and SI Ki" Sailing PrMtay 1
The M V HhARWOOD art
'I" aid Paaaersgers lei
.....i' .i Amaa.
I si VMieeatt.

rl '
...... < argsl
f.....|i ii for St laieta. aa.
Vlncvui Orenada and Arjba
Date ol di-tUT!'.'' lo be no'irled
B W I BCMOOrfaTJI r.*NKRS
ASSOCIATION Unc.l
Consignee. Tele No. eCRT
5A0UENAY TlERMINALS OOCuitfQ
IANADIAN SKUNK I
From Hnlifuv, N.S. & Moiilreul
I/'ADIN<; DATES
sl'NTiAt.P
POLVCR'I
i-oi vitivn-
llstlfa*
H May
ripened Airiral
Hales. Bel4lelaea.
flarbaa..
14 June
I'.K. BKBVIC1
Frimi New porl. Itrislnl. I.iterpoo] .mil (ihtsyow
nrlshd
Ne-rpeit Perl. I lifipa.1 lllassa.
imtrau M m. ?-. \t.->
I'.K. & CONTINKNTAt SEKVK F
AstOMta Rellerdam lander. Is
; m
I speiied Airiral
Hsie* Rrldattoan,
K.iii.a-.
ARenl-v: PLANTATIONS IIMIiM. Phone 470:!
V 9ru.
NEW TOR* KEKVICE
NBW ORLEANS SERVICE
SS "AIOA liOAMKR Sail. Inth M . AtTleed nnihiido. I I tBag H I
St AU-OA PATRIOT" Mail. Vl'. v ''lh Julie. IW
U AU-OA PtH^KIH Sll. UU, j, > ii ..nndiH SHIh June, IMI
IIMIIM Ml
l"a. of Ship
CANADIAN SERVICE
alls Mealreal ..i. I
11 It i.
John and II Lasrene*
ROBERT THOM LTD. NEW TORK AND (.11.1" SERVICE
APPLY:DA COSTA A CO, LTDCANADIAN SERVICE
HU HOOK
which makr
" GOD'S WAY OF
SALVATION
PLAIN"
Pleaast WTile Mr nne *o
-iiriin j Koberti, Uuapel
Beak and Tract Hrrvire.
St. Central Avenue, lUn-
gae N. Ireland."
TO-DAY'S NEWS FLASH
SCOTCH TAPE
3 Widtht
Tint Hard Maga. Enamel -
LADYLAC
At all
joonson s iTAnoifJsM ;
A HARDWARE
MfiDKI'M/.E T1IK llOMK With g
FAI.KS aUTCHEN SIOVK
TIIPY S*'.C) i .
Till: O.MIIAI. I MI-OIIII >1
Hruad .Slrrel
BOOKERS d1\KBAlH)*, DRCC MOKl.s LTD
Broad Street and Alpha Phirm*. (. Hastings.
"You nre sure of uetlinu uood prices when
JOHN M. BLADOIS h;intlles Miur Auction Sale
iml he pitvs hii (heii'.ie within TH hours"
AUCTION
JOHN Mo BLADON
\l- \ V A
Phone 4640 P' n' **.on Building


PAGE ur.Ill
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
TUESDAY. JUNE 13. MM
S. Africans Face Defeat
(En-'"
t Hi ropondcol I
i.o\*nON. June 11.
i m HH \ n.ti uMa>
l*M aU Sa.U >
ND l-t Innlnf.
I Wanr I. Athol Ha wan
I (-n.,bb
H (i McCarthy
>n c Wail* b McCarihi
lb. h MrCaMhy
Kultr.lnn b Chubb
aub b Chubb
I rullrri<> b McCarthy
c rulkTlan b C*.hh
nol mt
Ti ,;(.i Ti*- r-llrh ,,M,k Aromatic swing in England'*
Lirth day's pUj ..i Nott&tfmL ftom 1(.
bring m a i invincible position lh<> South in
an* area** m real danucr ecood taningi wtcketa down, they are only !5fl ahead
Their nnsitio" is more acute as their gallant captain, Dudli".
-, is u'lhkeh to bat a aecond time because of wtlqjurad ^"'*i,'
thumb H-a.
The -' '-" the South Waile magnificently taught al i;"
| i Is that to,- a bom ahort leg by Ikm and the sam< j
v raarwoui i- fte'dar wm responsible far tb*
1 Good lei i Rowan off TattflftaU.
up and T.i wickets wan down for 20 .,"*'
i i UiW> ..; McOlev wraa >mtnpej by
. gar: i.itnc at m time when Evans.
fir.k.uOat -'nigcling for Hi Fullcrtan and Cheetham adopt-
in maji i Wisel>. Brown de- inn aggressive t.ntirs effected Air.nl How.,,
kiuct i :iti-ion the ttamfl" ., partta] recovery and as the
a|^^p for quick runs before which he did when still ham and Van Rynevtld carried south ai-mh
I. ( n the irood work. But before the * Howan c nun b !*!.
Mrira in Trouble cUimM ... t\t\h .'
^Bw Suth Africans found 00 wlclal tO finish in .* strong posl-
tB, *. ;it the heii ton.
r but as soon as lioth Bcdscr and Tuttersnll ox- '
4. of the hcavj *d tha turning artckat to uip
rf UMJ wim-o in tiouulc hilt, and they shared honour?
r\ ..nwlmg his leg cutters w"h Comptun ami Wat*..n WBC
I determination, ha total trooi overnight 251 to 37?
n'v wore separated.
H*-vald
'lor S Wkt 1
aowi 1N(. = M -!-
Traffic l)o\
No. 22 ,
ITT ON
WHEN
YOI It UGBTI
\ IMHI1JTY
POOR
Spare made available by
CANADA DRY
for Safer Motoring.
INVASION
Coinpton, completing im Ton -
tcenth Test eenturv batted live Wanti.
h un 20 minutes Hitting 11 fours
Watson gavt* the best display
I | gland left handei
the war. and if he can ic-
pe.it hi.- performance on .i \ OTT*. "A
*.-t. he will ba a per- Foliage mi the Irata Ihioughou'
monent iixtui-c In the England Central and Northern Ontario is
team for; many years. ,wlng stripped by a horde of
Rain drove players off the field millions 0f tcnt roter pillars. A
10 minutei bafora the scheduled ttcv, uf aircrati |, spraying the,
close tonight, and the South woodbinds, but without much
Africans may find ii a valuable refUit. stands of valuable timber
W hal's on Todav
I'alare Courto I...... A.m.
* niirl uf llll.nul
Juriadirtton la OS ..m
MeeUna af Hi.
Legislative ( -m,,,. ,i I p.m.
Mertlnc ..i the II..,
ol Asaerably 3 p.m.
Water Polo at Aqualk
Club 3 p.m.
Mobile ( Inema gives
hov. 4i I o ili.i -
Yard M Church 1 30 p.m.
r u. Band glaaa i m
cert ..( st OtaoataaVi
Hrhoal plr Corner.
Hi. I.ury 7.4S p.m
I IMSAK
Olaba .. PN IfeaaMSr-
V-t n. ..,<....,
ally in slaving oft defeat lo-
in man
ie* are being stripped.
They'll Do It Every Time
iOOCO-'O SEE KJU XCK"J' ^
SO WELL,/WRCUS""Th01a5W"
V> COVE 4\'D CHEER YOU LP?
WoMl rWAT A TIME 1 MAD
eeTTi-i' A%E6crr a tewsle
S^-INTER FROv! / C-JSX-EK.
G0*R0 COrtJ AT TUE FiRe-
House-ve^y rmmful..' off
A\y F*ED,TOO-STOV1AC>-J'S
OM' BACK OK A'='
..,_ By Jimmy Hatlo
// MARCOS OL6WT fqjtr)/^ ME WRTCS e^MfirUNC
\ UPANC Let CMEErTClA. ^ A'CRSES FOR ^E MASAZ'^-5
i CHARL^.V LAY pcws^HE* ^ "CHEER Uf:::VCRv-7MIKG;S
GOT ACRE COMPLAMTS T^A-J A <50NJA 9E TER^BLE-'
DR.EPSOvIS ALtMMC-y-fT OR *WAPPy DAYS iN 7H*
lACOOEMr *AR9 WTM )0'j!
/ i ; MAS O"^ hid?
/ FcEOLAST TI.VE HE
The Weather
TO-DAY
Sum Rlsea: 5.38 a m
Sun Sets: 6 2S p.m.
Moon iFIrM (luarter. June
12
Ulhtlni: ", H p.m
Mull Water: 9.08 a.rn .
It 14 pjn.
YESTERDAY
I., lit l.I I ..,11-iu.!..,, nil
lotal for Monlh to Yester-
day: 2 'M. ins
Temperature (Max.) 86.5
F.
TrmperaLure (Mln. | 74 0
Wind Direction (9 a.m.) E.
(3 p.m.! E S r:
Wind Velocity 14 miles per
hour
Barometer (9 a.m.) 29 945
( S p.m.) 29 907
S/Htrls IT iniimi
\ I I H I il i>
Th* Man* *..-
pam in I. arm. a
ba*)oa AajuaiK- CluB !
playKl aia .S.iaBI>. i
and Harnaor
v. Hafarra d Mr A
Pla* basin! .1 t odor*
r -
'-.".v-.--'.-.'-.r-.-.'.^.
Y. M. P. C.
H\|{\ DANCE
SATURDAY, JUNE IriTH
Floor Show include' tongit by:
GLORIA HUNTE
OHWIN HILL
ADRIAN HOWARD
M
Mkl Items by:
KTOBgaj
MAURICE TITZOERALD
ADRIAN HOWARD ft
TROUPE
Feet
Hurt
HERE
V - I.Mt- rrirhprf urn lvl ihr
l(M.lrfins lln.rf ..ilk ISO* BMlca
Termife-proof TEMPERED HARDBOARD
in sheets I" 111 irk 4' x 6, H'. III. 12
Tcrmile-proof STANDARD HARDBOARD
in ihaaa ;' Ihfck V x -. IV
:l/l(i" 4' x 8'
Also SURINAM PLYWOOD, "A"
in shorts 1" thirk 4' x '
Grade
a
WE HAVE IN STOCK a complete range ol
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Famous Medical Supplies for the loot will give
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There is absolutely nothing to ease the loot like
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aafl
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