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PAGE TWO Bl M) W ADUK'ATB SI'ND \\ \l Gl'ST 19. IKI I M V I II I TO-DAY TO TUESDAY 4.45 & 8.30 vat James [WARI. Barbara H Alt iS//'^W'\W% GLEASON FRED CLARK £&. Z WALTER LANG .._,SAMUELG.ENGEL Still* hii Si PHOfll •*! HIKIT (VKIOk kMM Matt* la. ** ,*• aj MMHWII (Tl D A THl'HS. 4 & 830 :,; G M. present* . RED SBlfXTO* ARLENK PAHI -ANN MILI-EH 11 WATCH THE BIRDIE" Fun with tinCUl i Trwv'vo got RED Mandlni on his head — RED will ha i rollini HI th. II <> V Y TO-DAV | TOMORROW 4.4* and 8.1* 30Ui Century Fox present **Burl IJKNCASTER SIiii ung in %  Tacbniooaou W "VENCEANCE VALLEY" Rnbn! WAI.KFU Sally FORIIFST An \.i. .. i..'i.in HI. i In II* kucl li.-.t TirsDAV ARDM H>A1 LM and Ml Th* Fox &Upaf IVnuhlr . Jrinne CRAIN ft Willi.iii. 1.1-NniC.AN •' PINKIE AMD HOLIDAY IN MEXICO Wallet PIDGEON Jan.J>OWKl.L Maalr and llrama I PLAZA JW \ il %  '"/ / ;• %  :.:-. m.. A. .* I"nICO I %  Firtrv HUTTON ASTA.RE LETS DANCE l .lorn-TT caaata ai.iii. T** mrtrn D RIDING HIGH S WHISPWtNC SWTH <*•"! S*l..\/..\ l>UI MUI "TYCOONSPIRAL SIAIRCASE ... B.n -nn Knit Rmim i RIFF RAFF (.All IV ^ THF t. Aid II.*— ST. J.> i... v,... limit %  * . ,— W.rM • M.....,,hi I hannM., i %  %  • %  I Hi. Illnl* Vllrn.f.. > % % % %  nl Ja.|.* / % %  %  I i %  i llllITO ft JilU U iM AH fc i. HI'. MilX**INana> and %  .!. 1 — • JB ni III' li OSQI tftl Warren DnuaU* and %  OWHI HI IKIOO' Leo Uotfv and Dead End KM)If You're DIZZY Leek Out for KIDNEYTROUBLE II tea ha* 'dnay ep.it.' il v>* \—A S and arhra and joai ian'1 rih-itfi < U lo IM tudeaja. hVakh, k-bf** iH- p^M-Mt -.rf and et<-eu .-i.(.—lK.hU-W hen Wn*.. fail the i.aVaBB *'•—• rUf ( 'd vdh a-..— !" and t afciii .1 i 'i / ' %  -%  %  — H*W feel ak-ireWfne.lr*. the aian... A* •IN**, Takaftedd'akiuWiPili.. JT ill I lilt Ma by dui lae a a* U—aul dan-n I hat* ift-f taking IWd'a k-dn-r Pi. TW ki*w.i M •J-.ftJ? drainaaf % %  a; the wetle p imn i and arid* that rauie duunaaa and hr.dal.f %  D-mand Dedd'e Kidnty PJU .d fas* cbaeaaat'i la-day. l-oek tar ihr hJu* KM w*h lha red band* Lafga Witt ad 4f pala aid) 1 ;'l Dodd's Kidney Pills Ccuuh Callbiq Alt %  ATM OH CINEMA !M.mb... Only) TONKIHT aM T'iOHIIIi'k NIC1IIT Al J0 %  i!)T> CI.Al'DI It AI MS I TRrVOH IH.W..BD ONE WOMAN'S STORY rOMMBHODH. Tl*tA AT a m Bl*|i AHfc>OTT % %  LOU COHTCIJ.O "IS NIK II II A Un.va>r*al Wturr KLaava specially pocked tin! GLOBE THEATRE TONITE 8.30 p.m. & Continumi: 'THE OUTLAW" MIIIS nim — JANE ran i:xii.. I'A( KACi: OF RHYTHM All Slurs Tult-nl Auilitiun TODAY — 9.30 o.m. MISTKROli; THE Al.l-Irill0lv-Ill K \\ S tO-aMf iM and %  • I Thr Republic Sma"hinfDouble with Mfsrc— FIGHTING & TIIRILI-S^ to pltsiM.you. "LIGHTS OF OLD SANTA FE" il.. EVANS ft Roy HOOF.nS AND WAKE OF THE RED WITCH" Juhn WAYNE ft Call RUBBBUi HONDA1 I TFE8DAT 4..10 and R Ifl III.Pcpublu WlK'lv S.-IIHI %  DANCERS OF THE CANADIAN MOUNTED" Siarrinii Jim ItANNON Virulnio I1FJ.MONT See thr 4'anadlan Mountrd Pollrr In Arllon O L Y lH P I C TODAY UK) TOMORROW 4 4fl A BIS Final Instalment Your Favourite Star TOM TYLER In The Republic All Actum Sorlrl "ADVENTURES OF CAPTAIN MARVEL" TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY 4 30 A8.15 pm. Republic's Action Double ROT H'K;EHS DALE EVANS In 'YELLOW ROSE OF TEXAS" AND "TUCSON RAIDERS" Si.il line WILT) BOX FI.I.IOTT — CARRY HAYES Rlmmis Acllon ol the Wwt THURSDAY ONLY 4.30 ft i.15 Rfpulillc Double . ADELE MARA-ROBERT ARMSTRONG In "EXPOSED" MURDKI AND "THE LAST BANDIT" WESTERN) BUrrlni wn.n III.I. FLLIOTT— FORREST TUCKKH Suipenar I Arllon '. Iteatibevfryuripl, acid doe not pcmit you to njoy a n.**1 without lufforing di.comtori—bui liKk.ly thor i. a tale rafnodr thi brm(t quit* relief 1 DlSrlAG (B.iLtrated Majtia.ia). U ittaUict Ihe oacan acid and enablei you to digoat Mithout sufferinj itomach pain, hoartborn or ftatoler.ee. 'BISHAG' ti well-known throughout the world, and hat lor man/ rein proved a reliable help to tufferert from excen uomach acid Get a Dottle today. %  1 B Williams. I'land Cnm%  the hittM*' award of ih" Gin Guldei A 1 ti'.n antl iv givi M loffers lonj to Han Trinidad Arrivala JAR and Mrs. Preaton Watson aL*P flew in from Trinidad yesier, day morning by B.W.I.A. to ipend about nine days' holiday in Barbados. They are staying at the ''!'..'. H %  > Di Is the urBeon at the Colonial Hospital in Port-oC-Spiain Mr and Mrs. ROUTI td by thr lame plane. haWa for one wrek and are also guests at thr o. i H.itfl Mi Marshall i' %  of thr Caribbean Development Co. LiH in Trinidad. To Settle in Canada M R MAURICE THOMAS son u of nmaont* i<-r< roi Canada yesterday by T.C A Hi plans to srttlr in Saskatchewan. Leaving hv thr same Dial Mrs Munrl T.i Btiurniand Mist. Mary Bourne %  Dm on about (WO months' holiday. Other paasengers to Canada were Mr. and Mrs Fred Winter who haQ been in Br|..,rl'.HI .i hort holuliiA New Production T HE liarbadob Dramatic Club is busy rehearsing 'SEE HO* IMEV KUN". a tomerfy wMcfl had a terrific London success. The oast of tbb. production < %  •.ption-llv stronu. and include Pauline Doweling. Aim* Musnvfi MriP MilU. Jama* Crossnuth and Oliver Jamat. The 1'1'> is being produced by Willu.m Bertallan. und will be perfunne.1 at the Empire on Wedn<-sd:.v J9th.. Thursday 20th nnd Fndav i -ember, with %  Matinee on rriday 2lst. Beptambar. With Barclay. Bank M R. KEITH LEWIS. /IP 1I H # MI son ot HV. liruic Lawtl of Christ Church ,.rnvcd tram Hi itisli QulBna 00 w, iines,!.i V avenlng by I'.w.i.A lo spend three weelt*' holidny with his parents Keiih is with Barclays Bank in Georgetown. Arriving by the same plane wiMr. Anthony McConney .son id Mr. and Mrs Owen MeCnnney. Also with Barclays Bank in Goorgetown. he too has come over to spend u holiday with h MR AND MRS. DESMOND TUDOR MtiavM Ycaterday Y ESTERDAY afternoon at SM.ifi di t'll'M.i. J...l;;N!iv ..' Vl . %  !' f "Ratho Mill". St. Vincent. / % %  married to Mr. Desmond Tudor. S.TI ol Mt, Colin Tudor ol s i. ramonj which took pi BSH Three Weeks it... id M: .in-i their taUbt-year-oM daughter nrrivnl from Trinidad rterday inoniit.^ I P i %  (I three weeks' holiday with R. Boon of the "Farm. St. Michael. %  inf. flight were i Alton "f JubUce auiIV! ss? > Miss Mary "Tucker ol Ga/Tison Road, Mr Colin %  Canada and U.S. R. Jt. I). LISLE DeViB 01 Dear ampanlad > Mi Dai efl %  esteruay mornlive la formed '.v Rev II E, GnBth The Uriie |g|H marriuge by her father, wore dress of satin wit. down tha %  caught up on either i ISM The Bridesmaids were """ing '1 • . Tudor and i w 4 ks ^ Mua Yvonne pu... VIIM vveck M1 ,. all dressed alike. Tbeir '. MK for .9*" la .! trimmed with pink and l>lue forgetme-nots. Thev eaiT, baaketa filled wrtl ra* r |ta and Uv i %  Hau Redman igoing IttUMl i.Iv. He and Mr. until nis Engaged -SHE aiiaaji rnanl AfteV'th,. reremonv.. rOCepi .... I,_I,I ... HI..,,, u. i HO^. son ol Ml. and family. Returning in September M R. HUBERT KIN'CH left 7* terdH\ for Bermuda bj T.C A He will also vLsit sevrrnl part* of C-mada before returninj! to Barbados sometime in September was held al Stats. E. the honeymoon is barai Hall!-he:.. Back For Christmas M : 1 ;: % % %  ol Wejchafl, Michael, and Miss Jot: filter of Mrs. Ina Roach of Pilgrim Place. CttftSl C A *mnll pattj was held to mark i J OCKEY FRANK (J NE'L flew to Cannda jValtaTdaQ b;. T.C.A. on hi way to England He cvprc's to return to (he W I Deermtiei when he will b intian-it through D tlN ; %  husband is Barbados by TC.A. on his way to %  - Miy other |ob It heh Incidental Intelligence Trinidad for the Trinidad Turf Club'' Chrlslmas meeting. happen to like th) —Aelor Dan Ourped. BISMAG •IISURATED' MAGNESIA Ta*t(. e*I "a-iiw SMd * at Ck*mi.i. rill: BARBADOS REGIMENT SPORTS lllR ANNUM DANCE SATURDAY September 15.1951 CAN THIS BE POSSIBLE? YES! THE NEW "KITCHENCRAFT" WATERLESS COOKER • Cooks 4 Dishes with one Heat • Conveniently shaped for preserving, boiling and stewing • Excellent for serving foods at picnics Hun •'" %  •>/ from... THE > I HIM It \UHtl JOHNSON'S 'CHINA WARE In Rose. Blue and Golden Dawn TEA. COFFEE. DINNER AND BREAKFAST SETS You can make up your own set replace breakages and add to your set at will BCOCO FIBRE DOOR MATS .STRONG ENAMEL KETTLES S2.40 and 32.53 3 & 4 Pts. $156 and $210 %  I. K. i:vv\s A WIN 11 ii;iJfS DIAI4606 YOUR SHOE STORES DIAL 4220 THE WORLD'S FIRST CHOICE IH TYRES THE CTTY GARAGE TRADING CO.. LTD. S VICTORIA STREET j eea— H" '' I W*M*mVSA.VASSSSSSSA.-.-.-.-.-..-.-.---.-.-.-.S.-.-.-.V.'SSSS. .VA***>'\ s I



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M\l;\\ U (,[ si HI. 1951 SUNDAY ADVlK \TI HAOK THRU: FARMAND GARDEN SEWING CIRCLE I. m By AGRICOLA Tlir Knurrs' A. B. C Firnun should keep this simple auide handy and loak n oni froan nmr to time lo IN if they are miseina any of tls precepts. A GRICULTURE i> ih. lion of biology tn pr.uliial purposes. Attack diseases and pests before Ihey attack your pocket-book Ammonia lost reduces the value of the manure B IOLOGY ti the Klence of life. Us forces, forms and activities—study it Buy as much litnd as you can pfperly care for—no more. f^OMMfcftCIAL principles apVj phctt to sericulture lead to success Check all waste—And a use for everything Chemical mnnurei like drugs arc good if rightly useil T~vRAINS choked carry no water. \J Dnvt animals without abusing them. Dirty stables are a danger In the health of your animals E XHAUSTION of till lo an exhituoiwl bank Knuch the soil and lw • %  < return. F RUITS selected and carefully packed will bring highest prices. Foul pastures make poor livestock. G OLD is contained in U er's dung heap Guarantee Hood crops by good work UMUS is rich in plant food— S ELECT for planting the best seeds or cuttings fretri the best plants. Sanitation is as necessary to alanfe and animals as to ma. Starving animals or plants will .viter. Mir implements from ihe weather when not In use. T RANSPLANT witnoul injuring the young plants. Tools should be kept in repairs ready for use of all time*. "Thumb Rule" is no rule U DDERS should be washed bolore milking VACANT Urtda are prontloea and often harhour poets. Ventilate dwelling houses and stablaa W OUNDS, whether on animals or plants, require dressing Wood diseased should (>e cut out and destroyed. Weeds are robbers. Water supplies should be kept pun Whitewash stables and other outI mil din at* frequentK. X ANTHIC (yellow) divulouranon of haves denote* un%  Y RLO aV L tdi rajah oq f\m-M*ht Yuung plants are easily suffocated by weeds—give them air. Z EST is imparted to life by work well done N It In fnrm ;ind substance the above follows an early Trinidad Agri< Society Paper.) H. I'KNNY NOLAN & ANN MUNI w i PATCH POCKETS have been very much to) vogu* lately and ar# an eatsy way to make a plain drew very l They should be planned carefully to harmonue with the design of the dress and to help emphasize the beet prints <>f Urn figure. Here lies a great oyport unity for creative destgu which may be attempted by the amateurs. Pockets may be of all shapes and %  Leaf. Contrj>ling material ma* Nu*ed nnd various faUeVMetJnjJ trims are possible Buttons trimming pockets are very smart Mtike n paper pattern uf >uui pocket design drawing in all the detail! like hem or flap M beanBal or any other trim. Hold this pattiMi ui> Ua yourself at the intcndD in front of J mirror Since your pattern is only paper ymi may make as many changes •a necessary to arrive at a peri> -ign. but require WTJ cuii-ful pressing and stitching for a really professional jppeaiance. If there i* I,, ha %  " %  > Uun on* |M.ki-i ol the *aroe sue and shape, cut a cardboard pattern of the pocket without seams and use this as a mold to press the seams on t*> that each pocket may be exactly alike. If tinpocket bj to have n hem make the first turning for the hem HI the machine nnd prew right s.drs togethcr Stitch down i* -h stdos of hem uani seams and turn. Tho hem may then ha finished hy hand or machine. Small pockets are easier t %  finish If they nre fully lined Whrmakinjj any po. hi a facing study the Utuat fully We usually (hid ihid Hating* such a p.-cket costs little if any FOR AMAIEIRS H Hill lands require ilnnm as flat lands I NSECTS bear inUgfelnfl -Us*) may be friends 01 th enemies Improve your soil and I • revenue. CAN YOU TAKE A PICTURE LIKE THIS? i good M J USTICE to labour marks master K ICK the man who kicks the horse (or any kind of animali. Know all about agriculture, but give your neiahbour CTOdH tot knowing something. L AND earns nOMJ la ptOUOClion to the care bestow i>d on it. Li/ards. toads and birds are the farmer's friends—protect them. Lime swo-tens acid soils. OISTURE in the soil |g controUad by drainage and cultivation Mortgages unpaid do not admit of luxuries Management shows in results. Mukerun. Mulch protects th" soil and luimm to It Mildewed feed is dangerous. ITKOXiKN is an important plant food — naturnl manures supply It Nature leaves nothing to chance— all is cause and avYt at for them. O BSERVE Nature, think Bad learn. Old methods belong to new methods to to-day iHEPARE the land thori N, PENNY NOLAN extra cloth and makat for an easier, neater job. The | Nickel ami lining may be stitched right side* together leaving an opening* la turn thn.ugh. Ti mi aaasna. turn and press carefully Cloae the i pemng through which you turned with hidden stitches. The handling of the scons in .. THtcket i very important. Then should be no bulk showing on laW %  Trim the seams to about a quarter of an Inch Oul %  % %  corners should be milled w nont luttlng. To do thl the seam Bllowaneaa U* the scam open at the I AWT, %  "• % %  J ; ( triangle across the corner nnd refold seams OVtr the triangle. Press and baste carefully Inawa corners must be clipped to lb* point before the hem can be turned. Inside or conc.ive eUTTCa BUM be ellppetl to make the SMI* lay liat. OuUlde or ccmvrx curve* need small wedge %  ha* cut oul of the seam t i nap ii at making extra bulk. Pin the pocket in place ..I i M second fitting Re vary careful to place it straight and at the meat becoming location Often chtuiRlnu the position of .1 |-oeket ju-t slightly will make oil BM dMNrenco In the appcamnce <•# a dres.Baste in place rarefully. Stitch close lo the odgv. Be sure to keep stitching an even distance from the edge. Piyot on the needle for square corner*. Begi'i and end stitching by reveising a few stitch**. ,k The (.arden In AuguM rMiusellias. Oleandern; A Tip Kor Vuur I ,I\'M i Hook, we learn thai August ia the month lor cutting back the single Poineettia Double PoinsetUaft should hnvbrrn cut u.. v, some mostthe agiv %  h The reason for thi. dsflaranea these two species, the single, and the double, is ihat the douul* Poinsettin is MM vigxr^ slower growth than the single and so needs a longer time aftei 'in cut back to come !• 1: .auiity again, llolh double an %  ingle Poinsettias how e\ 1 1 %  that it is doubtful if aaj M bat (it uble kind was cut back as ear*< aauai. However il does M ava mada any dirrereiuv for the double Poinsettias are all p thev erlll well BOWn enougl by Christmaa. Polnavar it Cnrlabn |Uat wheat many other tluwci-. .n %  M *te*l iheir lovel> %  1 nieui tn ^. -.uiuuie u eiilour to the Christmas season. rhaj am hardti psanta, and grov K from cuttings, am rtce thev ara eslabhshill. give ii' .rouble fur Ihey neesi uatti ntt'-nli"" Oleanders Another thiwer shrub tha. should be cut back Uf..ic 11 igon i> the Qleandai Hut here again this cutting bact j %  ."' 01 rhi>|.' far thoaa .seem none the worse (01 U, uiiu KI.'W into huge bushes that fiowar wen. oliandem -ic voiy lovely, am ihey are hardy shrubs, grown cry easily from cutting. These 1 .lungs can be started n oil n the usual way. or they can U'.iHed in water, where they will 1 SUjita quickly I he colour of the flowers of the %  ..ii ions specie* vary, being purv h le. i.-le pink, deep pink and while there is also a very l> \e|y double one of a crushed u..wherry shade Strangely this doubia Oleander is the only sweet! .'-nted one. the others having no 1 -lit at all. j Oleanders like a light sandy soil In an open sunny pnl. and a' they can giow into hug* busheb. It I! beet to allow the ihiub olen v nf space. They will tolerat* fairly dry conditions. ['lowering takes place more or ..II throuKh the year, with the peak time from December to March. suniinii PnicflM In Vimr IffaWpi Your Real Life Tcaid Free W. -1 zottt t|uH(1B MM KS\ ^^ \ VorS MIL.rHi-1 TJU.*. MM! S*M• •* Mroa nut of Mvoiul-aighi . 1 •*ma you rfUOt your Astral I linn U *au toraai* %  *nd dal* ..f kii -11 essstti win. *n u,ii \ % % %  ... .1 %  Ocdri fair sUlsancn la-UmuiiLaU air I van am he %  raw aakUft atnia 1 ID.II Hal be 11.-4. 1 1'IT TABI'lir ti.,i HI I'll-1 rarfetl i n eat, Be aaai a. l"a... i*aM* £adies ^Dresses J n>l innin hftt 11 I 111 ANHMMI "/ llii famo* "/fatty zHurlford and "Me SVour •nun/ Mint pietty an n i tv&ptm < tuth \* Lhdaa :!..' J for CockusUi or V7a)*5 "lings, ibt prvttlett thl %  hoWTt, In POrMll match any eninniDlr). Manure Danl ba maan la raui garden ins wet season but give it a genli.atlnn of manure fpOB P Plants are living beings — treat them as such. Parasites cause disease both animals and plants—exterminate then Phosphaiic man of fruit. Personal supervision i 1 the In'st of supervision Q UARANTINE your cultivation against all diseases and pests, wuarter your livestock well 1; pays R OADS ill-kept are anpanertre roads. Regulate your work so tl thing is done at the right lime in the right way Return to the soil as much as you take away—or more. Roolp are the fodini; organs of plants—do not injure them a, .11 you ma> win $60 00 with it in the Advocate's Holiday Inaji rompi-utiun. Each week in the Kerning Adveesle. sorting Monday. 27th August, three of the best holidn/ pholw, submitted in the previous artah Will be published. In these senu-nniils of the competition YOU. OUH HEADERS will be th-f JUDCrS. The snap that gets tho *\ ill win $10.00 and for 1 two photos published Hag will be pau. The prize winning photos in the M-ini-flnals will be judged for the imalk b' 1 pa n e l consisting of the end two well-known kxul phuiOMaph.n-s. The 1st prize will and M J15. The i.uli. ;l the Final ludring %  aUJ ipgeaaj at the Adveeate 1 hrlatmaji Simnlrment. The HOLIDAY SNAPS COMPETITION starts TO-DAY and pictures will be received not later than 4 p.m. Thursday each week until the end of October. Send yours m EARLY with the coupon Competitors must send a poat%  i t'ii 1 %  • %  % %  01 which 5,000 ..d'lilioiial acres of land had been made c|ilua< .tie by the end of 1950. This forecast of the • of Rlge MarkeUnu Ho-uu, rton John Fernandez, was given after a week's survey of the production position on Corcntyno and 00 East Coast DumerarB and West Coast Berblce. Ha aald "aearj square yard of land available on Coientyne is planted." In IfflO. Brftlsh Oulaau ed just over 2,000 Ions—highest 1n Ihe history of the Hoard. Tr.is was valued at nearly H.wai.Oflu — v.r. Don't bv his pplieatlnn of manure rpea manure if possible 1. Now that i ..re h.ivlng Mich lm, |. showers i^ the lime to manure, and shrub* md vines that have been cut back will respond, and Dower all UM liettcr for it when their turn comes. I Tip*. About Your Lawn Here in a tip frac.i the owner of L H very bei'iitiful lawn, nnd one ] a/ho hnowi u lot about th*' unstr< 1 1 of lawns. Weed ihe says) spreads more mpldly on a lawn whenlluBall is 1. |H>or condition This || betausi|>onr soil will -upporl weed, when ii <,iiinot wppmt L 1 ass. To rami dy Uw L k sifted mould over the fAOU lha l.iwn Water, the grass will nuickiy push through th.atfted mould. When it IN well up, give an application V 0 M (Vegc'able gnplen manure) and keep tlie whole I-iwn well watered Soon the devils gia-s will he si :mck and vigorous that tin t ijority of the a/gad will be oked out. nnd what little does appear ran more easily be controlled and got rid of. It's .1 Up worth trying. IShe fModern £)ress Shoppe Binud Si reel 1 Ipana for teeth y?^"—^ TO HQHT DECAY lovelier eurvea... ami lli>IKMHIKHI lift of mafdenforms Mjli.leili-lle ^..iii't' li^uic;. % % %  i n 011.lei fill till from Maid.-,f..i ii.'. MaioV %  %  I Dalnli ^-1 %  IIIW• oliltolliliu M.11.ten. lie* y\\+% superb %  upporl .m.I h-tirc ieS> a ration. ome %  hooac youri toda)' In v ->>! %  favorite fabrli %  . 1 % % %  Maiaouform litas% "ii j i.ulioal) in the l mi. %  staiea al On at i ng. Than is a Mauleii Hwi 1.11 arer) i-i' el figure. Ipana for gums TO KttP TfeETH HEAiTHY HEALTHIIRTCITH Ipana'l onlojDS t mm %  rcdiKTS %  i id-forming bacteria, thui fiirhmw nxih decay n well as hrunhing teeth estra-white. %  out ol 10 I' I JCTIUMK atlvusatc Ihe Ipana way of" denial care. HEALTHIER GUMS Mas-age wuh Ipana is ihe complement ol tlu'i. %  11 v11 Inns on 1 iHv -nmul.ues the naTat] pt1*BWTJng thai heslthv liinm > dcntisli like BO MM And rcrm-inhci, oval \ Ol tOOUl losses are caused by |um trouble*. Ipana FOR BOTH %  to MAAi. you. IcivfJit It&jr POND'S I'ONBl COIU CBti VM to clcar.se and sofleo 3'otir akin, PONB'S VANISHINC CBEAM to protect your akin by day and to hold your powder matt. jfftf ti&*J$Majk 'ROAVJA*. MNI'i FACt POnilUi clinging. perfumed, sceintifically blended, for glamorously matt complexion. PNaa>'e 1IPVIICK smooths an easily onto your lips; tha rich vibrant colour stays on and on and on. Here is a range of beauty products used) by lovely society women everywhere. Simple and inexpensive, they art all you need to keep you looktns* flawlessly lovely, feeling your very best at all times. You will find them at all the best beauty counters. TRIUMPH OVER PAIN QUIKINE TH£ F0UH1H INGtEDIEXJ IN AMSCW How doa ANACIN raln pain to Int. 10 a*acttely A la* yr JJO itdm| i m dUeoei sad M bottiei of SO tabled Share •n tha beneflii of this g'Ht new tcloniiflc discovery '. AM YOURSELF ACAIMST PAIN SIT S0F. %  ANACIN TODA n V /Si) %  9 SJ" y//n\ ^ PHENSIC tablets clear the head and dispel tightness and pain behind the eyes. They bring down high temperature, relieve stuffy, congested leclin",s, at the same time soothing the nerves and counteracting depression. 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' mm SI \D.\Y ADVOCATI. SUNDAY, AUGUST 19. 1951 A> now worn in London 1 i %  ibc bciici local fitting for men Art r< Genet.i idol) lid iPO ftoa 2'). 14 B*ga SmM, Bnd|Eci< ALL OVER III! WORLD Good mornings Begin with Gillette It*l the best of the lot To shau' likv a Scot With a Btae GOMtC Blade— Sharpie I cdyc CUT madi*. SeoUmen, tike shrewd judge* all over, tin' earthi km?* there is no im M 01 economical shave tli in with a Blue Gillette Blade, ii lui-. the iharpesl edges nod I >n of an) Made evet ide Blue Gillette Blades TKAUt I SIJI IKII I in I ENGLAND WIN TEST SERIES WITH S. AFRIC ih o. & iti'i'i \ t %  %  I mi have UI WI.KK RIGHT 0 1 %  mat lo ratal] U I %  i hmi (hat %  | pointed (Kil 1 i • England Waal indies had ncket I ' tatue, NOT FOUR. Bl'T FIVE i>.' St ol "Ui laaportunli i pie like -He capable of from away, era were DOt only granted our request of i l %  '.tphorical Dfli] going :. In being panted tour day Test statue bui we were going to be civi II live. aeti agataat the fainthearted and sunshine experts but It has BOM down la history that the tour was the most su< > Ol nil angles and tin %  'ely justified. | oinpaiison to note that only one of Ihc ftVO %  raffta Of Hit South African toui nuded for th scheduled flv day*. EMPIRE 1)1.1 E \T ). )f.P.a Rain* Wash Out Oiher Matvhfs %  OUt play in all but MM ol the I •A the third T'.*-rr was ptay only at Empire ground! where Empire won i I ee .-hen his riatit b> two m was S. Ar. wfian their lii-* D take an easy 1 B9 Burke three runs. The I open %  Ith U8 for five .tore with a single. When the eir second score was 37. Holder H u> caught tonin s rron, ihc second day at 4.5 behind the v Backets after lunch field* joined Cave and was inaJngi . >' % %  %  I bO • TJW.PJ i ir.t uaaSass si over tight of which were maidiw U11 %  "* ; %  %  %  • (SM -ktu I --•• r topaeored for Y.M.P.C. i i second innings with 21 |! ivn tuns bi win th Empire a' Iho i %  48 ni:. I :,.,k> ,' start whan iii.v i<> \ three of then batsmen—Hum. Bta I on" run. Holder v\. %  ,1,-ed up the position and .i with 24 REFLECTIONS Record-Urea king Crvolvs lly lit*Ik in F URTH1 Sun.n of the w i well K tatrc %  %  ii on tin.' diverse result* at our meeting causes one to think I the good losers was one who I would single out rStlDSJ i*. KuulU tnthe Hku H P f ——a U-iui Kuikr b Barkri b Mold" l.i ii Ruddvr MiMihrr %  Uarlrr b Holder Edtflall I. Iltanhri b Fteld* Holder 'iint b Klna %  ds b l(-l!"t I' %  rnt %  b i tyi old. i'l RSONAL TRIUMPH %  nnii Inatai i 10 for 119. I 1 mi will ranambar htan i ..r ihc lllltt M:.C. %  %  %  %  He a-i k nodi I Iwerful -n di faa1 i i %  nd ins bowllnf was %  New Eea%  IndivHual TOOK TEN UK Ki is n6a j"iin u iba %  will help fan DOS. Before JI. I l.ihl %  Uon bowlers .uiic. two IV i matches \India al Loni's and M A \ < % %  11 toi .. 11 Hdckati (oi 111 runs .it BEST FIBST M'l'iAKWd.s me took I for and t tot 17, All VaientuM I England In ins M : sster, i50. n as In thentirst %  Marriott, I sfaittp and i hi> bardaon rat bujtaiwf, n \ A %  Hall for South At %  %  | I. %  t tiim i BlyttM .i tun i .\ P I %  n 8 limes, W J ii Pi lunkta % %  %  TABU; TENNIS CHAMPIONSHIP C i iii ip of the %  nlaht. Bias) U irraj ol s> i %  %  thre> %  won Iha m %  D |ba second "i m Murrav won the other two II LI and il—15. ol Barns defeated Worrell by three straight tamea. Grecnldge won 21 11. a tough urttt and Worrell, although IM I lent p ar for m anca i mora asperii %  Nnnnun OIU had an SSflJ walk OVOl whan be met Shields. Gill i ^'1—18. I.A1HKS SEMIFINALS /"\NLY one of the games of the esml-Anali For ihc Ladh ^-^ Temns chainpionship of iba Island was playad. In P Howard defeated Htm B. Carrlngton 18—11, 21—14, 21—11, 20—22 nd 13—12. The nnais of all the chai 1 will be bald at Y.M IVC. ea day night. His Excellent y Ihe QOVtrnnf and l.nly SDVage "end. It L* good news lo hear that IbO A: lltaJBSjUuj ,. match Iba Island sad Quean's Cohani of Brtuab Guiana. This match will be ut Y.M.P.C. on Friday night, Quaanl College has on lhatr if.mi "Mniii.1'. Moan who 'i1 enh I British Guiana %  Ua 1 anrjlonshtpe last year. bast ' '•ash Tuwa r.n oi wlckvu: I for S. S I n 1 l\ S lur 44. ., %  .. 14_ I lor m< BOWI INQ ANALYSIS wkpr "Arrh*! Cave nit 11 rut 1nd1v11lo.il score. K. Branker anil I. Burke I of 1 •dngs. ,; ; 8 "liy started alter lunch wltta on Y.M.P.C. continuing *' '! nnaa MUS .i-.. aoskei .11. wkpi iArthi %  be cb in bowled Vrchar who had *, ,,,' ron-mued the ii nlngS with E. Branker. Archer one run. Ku-kler seni down the inri it was a maiden 1 but the outneid a 1 Rudder bowled .. ., I Greenball of K %  over of the da; • up the BO on the tin.'. i". Bri Iai wh. 11 -ne wkdMUkewpai drooped L ! 25 1 tarn oil the bowling „. ,,,.... %  M 4 owli r Kins A ft Plo V ol Ih e Ova I ana peayi resnainclei < %  Play wag not possible at Ken' % %  1 OUhr. In King's fourti Oaill yenterday when t*>" %  play of the Pickwick caughi bj Ore 0 a %  %  t Division cricket \ y ,., ,., iteh was to have taken place. 44 rum lu win out" '" :V1 1 WJfl OJ,ked through by 1 % %  r;nlns Kirly yesterday mortin It on and Hunts Rudrlrr I : < %  * I. R Draitk I %  .1 1. tliankrr %  -I (Hit ..!-: I (or I, 1 *'T I I 1 n, I f ( IT. S lor 37. S j rot a I..T A ItOWl.ING ANALYSIS Th.match Is a no decision one. On the first day Combernierc ki oeked up 165. Pickwick in reply 110 for the loss of three uao prevented play from %  uniied in the Spartan't->k Iir>i over from Burke end a single The third ball. I %  ; %  1 % %  pully to end %  He did not score 11.11 k< 1 [OUowi 1 and ha ti- Ni reply to sparta %  Inntnga, m bat nvei n is who followed iftei Bai %  srwi bowkM % %  Bnmkar m his iirsl over uiul by the first ball ll. 1 1 did not score. Ij ildrr followed S. ; n,l joined Robinson. Moth of them .settled down to a partnership, tS Olnson, in trying lo bit i.ings. was isuaht by Archer off the Ths wlekct, though in %  I'l. I..9 reheard reed 11 I Bud I %  outfield went in and joined Holder. ton Pollee as irllot. Ti and tfae 2 wkU) 33 ch Rixk. curit n and ,. %  play, Pollee as i-xnla, I..11 ir..' ENGLAND BEAT SOUTH AFRICA BY 4 WICKETS (Prom Our Own Correspondent) LONDON. Am; 18 By four widovtl Kncland beal South Africa In the fifth ami final Test Bl the Oval today and so won the tgrlei by three B %  to one with one drawn. South Africa ihis morninK collapsed on a wicket still drying Yesterday's rain and were .,11 out for 154 leaving England 163 runs to win. in.Ih.wan was again top possible catch and Mutton was tanking 19 before being given out for obstructing the field. fourth out at 84. lowed of? the next boll After fata dapartu a McLean and bu Compton and lowson added Mellehit holdlv bul Knglui. IwJ v ; ; 'V } l &*** Cumpton was I MintDarstivelv nm 1 .w <-'"lt h by Van Kynevcld whoso HuttonT'Sho 1 ,l """i '|! ro t|? houl l • ' ri ^ h shared with Urwabn In %  i irtasi "" '' *• h, h ^ claM ship of M which paved the way for ll,r daportura of Watson at !! %  i out in a n eent that South Ah %  i He played hd i chanee, but Brown hitting a ball from Ath i Itowan which -trongly showed that England wint off the sdgs t'f trie bat end were not to be denied, and when Hutton thinking It might hit : Ut victory h !d all but wicket mm nothsi a woo. :tl i"' fit ting that the winning %  vicfcOt-fcoeper goinu for a e> <)n v*g* 14. / f f\ mare Mary A'>' ISM ISITIS thai I \ (V "'"d^ l he hcadlim*. by Im %  %  %  —i t a. ; play, of pectaeulai lorn, Which *h> found attei ..iead> run unplaeed in the Dei I %  mat time she left me no a!'.> to make her tin. leet of a feature arlule. 1 do not have it in front now hut I believe I wrote then that she would go lar, or words to thai It may not therefore seem as if i ore particularly if after a year 1 earn '• .ibotil the same • to dud that in that period she has moved up only two i '. imlj on r „, i'.i.i the net %  then b much evara In it then meets die eye In u.' \na has been most unfortunate since then with DM l Mx-ondly she has met, in the past year, some of the highest i ui that have ever raced In D class in Barbados. SuboUuitial proof of the latter is that in this same period these creoles lowered every record for Class D in the book, two of these records being set at the same mark as those for class B over 5ij and 9 furlongs. Furthermore, ono of the records has been improved upon twice by one of these same sgswgs, Now I am not one ol t records mean evcrvthing aim cessanlv the best horses. But l 5 1."* lhlnB wh,ctl and that U a general standard. There Is no better Indication of the continued improvement of our native bred stock than the continuous IHUIHI* down of record-, which has been going on %  ara or so Therefore when wo • %  dorses like Oatcake, Watercress and Bow %  Mini leeords set by %  „„,,,. ij,. dWel Maid of Honour, The Gambler and Gun Site that the standard has been maiutmned at a high level It may be a matter of opinion whether Oatcake. The Gambler 1 %  %  y at an d m %  wall wen as good %  Bucaaoei i sunplj beeauss ihsn nave letter time ll^ures for nine lurlongs and it may also be left n argument which of these three was the best, seeing that they all have practically the same lime ligures for I Similarly ovei i'l furlongs Bow Bells, Watercress and Pepper Wine may be compared with nlhes like Glcncagle, Maid of Honour and Bellcdune, just to menUon a few. It Is of passing interest however, that over this distance all the colts and geldings seem to have returned much bcitei tunes than the Allies. Over the simple sprint distance of 5fc furlongs there is a mixture of the two and we have plenty ot similar times return*^ by such as Seawell and War Lord, larassanllin U x. and Pepper Be] Incidentally, were it %  i of these four was the best sprinter I would be Inclined lo fat aver trod in the record books, and that is Seawell New %  i .ld he by the narrowest of marginBella, :he above it -.. %  saan that In Oatcake, Bow Bells and Watercress, Hie opposition which Mary Ann has had to deal with Ii tar, the latter has had some of the cream of the crcolc stalwarts sgalaat her. Ii. all her races with these three horses she has beaten < teond three times, third three times end ordj tune unplaced. To do so when most of the time she has not been one hundred per cent lit stamps her as a good ally indeed That is why when I saw her iun two such close second* M Bow Bells at the recent meeting I felt that we were seeing turl history equally as important and equally as good ti the famouo duels between Buccaneei Itensagls and Mam of H onour, Jetsam and the Bn -:• Boi A II end Pepper Wine, Seawell and War Lord, The Gambun and %  we think of the above D too will wr remember Bow Belli aid Marv Ann. CKOm>KI> C CLASS R EFLECTIONS on the past meeting cannot aL'o fail to include racing a > and la suo-oivunon ...e urai unpn-asiun is that three "i the tow open races • %  .-.ui i.nuiuig Isniden eei u I ..., ....i. tan tKakes i rwru de rl, we got nu ol four from aae rotuu % % %  uu i ion-winners anu this Miould ease the presaUTQ in lUiuie ia.. %  tout xind, if only for a short while, ti Ialeo a sign tn.it what we have reoatved recenU) I laurly KOOU stock and srhsn we throw in uiu won u> .. i i aean and High and Low Ihll in an tins may aigO be taken to mean thai IOCS] OWnOTS Will L-u u ragea to eonunuo lmporiuig anu so we are quickly, epproochini UH IUUJO where something concrete will have to be none it. nuuu mi aval Increasing numbers m the track whle 1 we have fhu i -i piooii m wnicn neaos sonu verj oareiui considerauon, kn mj upuitoa it >Mii entail somuthiug eouipielely new in racing out b**i .... it. rbere WDJ be ol COUrae many suggestions but the two moat adequate to my way of thinking are (.1) saj "i tUDeiasses as well as classes. (2j change the elu: ibto niaking H HZ the lowest creole class, K the hiBhest and DI the toWeei cluea lor unporWui. if the above two I prefer the latter. Taking the la*, n BO xample it will bo sewn tluil of the 20 horses in C ami ^ only live were in C proper. OI the fifteen in C2 BS nun I • %  -tie maatb M.I, 1.1 have been se-pai C .iiul C2, bui % %  s and Maidens. As this is sure to be ordj a Ufempomrj winnera and maidens fluctuating conatdei it might be found that at the next meeting It would bJ :o work it as suggested in number one. How much bciui would pcead out i %  iily over two elass*. %  ub-divisions. U ai. only imported non-winners could be placed m D3 I tog promoted up the ladder could be barred from -hi :al rule. In any case it would not matter much it : from J£ to C3 as tSUs is B common move the classdlers now-a-days, D and D2 woo. all-imported class, a starting pouit for those with little no form In England, a permanent sanctuary for those who can never make the grade and a place from which those on the waj out niB) make their last bow. But unless something of this uaiuie U (ontcmplated 1 cannot see how wo can continue to Bit and watch the imported classes swell from M lo M to 4U as may well be the case in tbe future. Another sign which sober reflection causes one to read and ver increasing ditllculty ot geltuig a seat In the stands long In-fore the rate inootlngl ever begin But apparently the B.T.C has passed Uiis one without so much as a glance. It Is quite clear now that racing attracts a larger crowd than any other sport in the island. One of the main reasons for this IS of course that too majority can see it for nothing. If on lop of that th-BT.C. admit more than 2,000 to their stands and enclosures H tertainly must be an indication of the mass appeal racing has In this island. It is therefore on!) sUfllns .. great part ••' %  racing's revet to have more accommodation for seating and the purchasing oi tickets. Do the Turf Club know, for instance, that prizes in private sweepstakes among those wvio come to watch but do not wish to take n long uncomfortable walk in the hot sun across the savannah randy reaching substantial proportions? Yet some years ago 'hen | Miggested booth* as far as the ground opposite the Dull Hull this was thought to be merely wishful Unnking. These arv the people racing must coddle if we arc to make our 1'ari MutucI comrable to Skat of Trinidad. Revenue mlaaed Is revenui lost. Longer life for your pen -. rlor to all ofdtinarj wkK\.ui only gluing X' [t prevent | idd %  I witch m one ofQuhtk's I leiu roioun prefer Royal E .. ble, ItecaoBe ii waabci to easily from cloth PRICtS: 4 m. — l/S Only Quink has magic SOLV-X SONS (B itos) LTD. I 'Is. for youthful vigour 9 i 1 No %  %  % % %  !" i %  life, i rc*ervr i need a took II youi .— % %  %  %  PHO .: BRINI or two. UNI begins its rh by reviving Uic anpctitc. This, in (urn, *-s. starts, a whole segjuancc of [ ^J benefics. A good digeuiou on appciitc. Good cari.hes the .m, leeds the nerves, budds up strength and energy. Try l'H OS FERINE today— for buoyancy, resilience, i.eilulcnce. to drops of PIIOSFERINB equal a Tablets. THE GREATEST OF ALL TONICS for Dtpreuion. DabiUty. l-.o


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.4 U 01 >T IS. 1*51 srxnw IDV04 111 i'\..i FUT \MOOM For Intercolonial Races In Trinidad radon to racr in l Tornado %  !xheld in th' dUi have iwn chosen. noose, Edrll and The b%  I %  Thi i* .i lhl year In my i Honed th:it Vamoose and CycJOM •ut thai my third either Zephyr or Edrll Kuril has been plrked nrd qutt occasion and that was by Edrll. Shortly after the %  > e launched a merles ol cyclone %  thai he (M ., %  %  Van howevei turned the table and del i i the First Sertej: ff\ Oar Varhtiiit ei.rrr**er. hJcti w ipcentty completed Cyclone A'A roi race. 'he %  .kipper* m" a< the Yacht club beach and drgfpper %  •' al>0 present an* he decided lo enter thf The oul nn*e 01 d • he close • Utilities foi • %  verj Edrll won ii 'in \ hall a boat's length while Cyclone. third, feu about three or to .r bct longlhjt away. Going to the "Land ol mlna Birdwith V-n>' her owner-ikip*1 i Tn* Tedd always -* ***** helm u r acM but Tonj %  . t tnt in %  R.B.Y.C series while Teddy, who was skippering Fartanm the B Class was whipnc I. Tony brought through Vamoore champion of the C Class. Peter Inct ill most likely skipper Cyclone %  Klctx II In the H B v i %  did .. cei %  He u|i third Denis h. %  IMUI in. round the lad Dent-ay to o: R Denis and we ird to your rv i next year. %  %  1 Ivan lv km With him hv 11 carry Jackie Hoad. bringing if number of Hoad* on the -dde i.> three The ttoals should do extremely vn-ll in Tiintdad be,i:me I have • 'he Tilnldad TornadOf ver> litllc sailing I *omr of the Association b Mdinc a dance at Mr. Jack U-acocVs hnrne. "Aberdare.' lay night I lilies have approni hod. am. Dth .ilTiiTd 1 lake tlv lxat to Trinidad without h.ngr %  pplng at A thtni lompany, with a more direct serw hed an '"ttipanj %  %  IthOOt charge. li Mug a trial run AUG. 19 — NO. 185 The Topic of Last Week Edward Turner, %  to-day : frEATm io local Tornado ft %  was Uia flr-t choice lor tlio IuUuiolonUI v ti.o.vi: rned by Teddy in Trinidad. fc ... -. : %  %  •. la IBS Intercolonial Summerhayes Tennis Tournament Completed ON KM DAY afternoon last al the Summorhav.s Chili. D W Wises becdlth Sil glee Tennis Champion for ihe fifth time since IS33, by defeating one of his oldest Opponent*—V. H. Chenary—bi two straight sets 6-2, 6—4. The Single* Chanapinnship nf I)H' Club has so far been shared bv four pi %  '•} vlt: V li Chenery l' this time Uala Harrison waaeotnod Mi Chencrv pressed home the advanBow. n ol Heasrs. Y. DeUm. A uw bv holding his own BervttSS CO., I.id. who had very genero,,.and again Inking Wiles' in the ly donated The Da LOM Trophy third gan" nU5 making the for Ihe Men's D | o. Wiles seemed to lonahlp. !!%  ren.lndea arm that the Cluv> Stngtes tiring, Chenery kept Trophy which had been compeled J.ir on nine oscaslons was tti*t Mr. V. 11 Chenery m then had been fought for on many incasions i>y M ai I Cbenery H i rounaer playi lakei %  place to the mote 'M" rienced onea, and i ihi ^ wera M I> UV %  %  BflnUog for '' Ironta) to the Doubla Trophy he said that it was A\ir t> lhi geel and li I llut.hr %  on and to the generosity ol 10 v iv Luna fl c : that such a beautiful cup %  no* to IHpresented %  the Club '.! BQweh was then introduced md aaked to preacnt the Cup M< Bowon then preatnted lhi the I'rrisident Mi \' t Qelc .in,) said that on hi. ilrm it gave him much |)Iersure i" dolna sn He hoped that %  t •. % %  mid lead to many more keenly contested matches in the %  lie thanked Mr Dover fot ins verv kind gesture and said thai it was an indication that hlirm was interesleii in the welfare lori %  tM %  land He .id heen playing at the Surnmerh | l Inco 1K1? .iiil> M45 as pahllahedi This entitles t ie hotdae ol Hl> 4S.'i to i pri/e of %  Could raaok >iKh %  tatah rihi. 1>OM C#r %  men ihoued •) %  %  H ut Ihvv ,< rtn ,.i %  %  r art of bail i •li wins Chung hja -h~.ir II mould t'.'rli n-nii i>. I >i UuM wtaafc) id %  • I %  HAl II,, .1 li • > Urlu ll 1 i , | 4 you -ill %  I.I in %  %  •• < •• • %  %  agai %  Vl Iinhnt lor .md gf*OT1 Ai.'< -nh out • %  *> %  Lsu i Bur IwMtellrm %  ill II thS MS r nad aiand W>r i io %  %  r imi stn* xi rdal talent \(Uknl -nothing bcul (alenl Whet i % %  \ nurajaua tana. li i|i ,.„,i. i brtlei u mid in h>dcun< i ....< %  . %  %  n ahrlll I .oil. Bl all Ihe %  hi-iuK .!r Wrr.mM oul it put** damael Bingini Count SXviy Slat' Joe aoid tr.i-HI In i i H Hn iiim In tfOM llir palal* \ i Aii arapale tin nan uirm >n..ipongored by J & R BAKERIES maker! of ENRICHED BREAD and the Mrndere of J & R RUM chemist m eaa*a*B ainwsany lar MUmit utirfui of ie*4, and ttirreem — %  asperaaw. 7*r %  s/ae/ahaM t m daae •/ A rli:r rlwaaraaaMd|a/aatM-ndJto A KV diMnririn •/•••' %  %  m>i the rjue of m wr. a the thSSSidlf cf Muthurfi, Ukt r'.wJirv B *"' CHldlllll 0 a> dWnn.rry. T lWIIl fH II f-—*-*—^' %  ft' —— aa SMfcla %  .J | I —•djrj.iV-'r'"-"**-"' "• %  '"" %  '' "'-"'" %  %  -' %  wfciaaid/aVfrffce' iseatC* bavae r""'. *"• **ai I.M *> %  H 'kryr. a/ At aasaaaf m pednAead) -,-., |a i -wrr laWaj rrp: : goaa i,f a> ,i-< |.'irn,i.iii. Trade .Worfc of Imperial CrWaMi il hadaalMM Url. /.. in d.. ffsspland %  i hocnakini Qarta an anaHn| their I hi umnd the WOrl Amen. ai,*. An-n.ili.m-. Rln-1. M.IMV N >v /.•.ii.imii I mil HniMiis KM love ihem lur iheii st\lr. ihrn variety and their %  inthrti Bo jll vmi 1 £LLOAM shoes .<:: %  i Y c s i I.AIK no oVHOiiiAii ONI*I trailr. -OMiaur, TNCLANO LOCAL AGENTS: ALEC BUSSELL A CO. BABBADOS ^~ c,SBLE!! THEY SAID •LUTE SHIRTS Talking of SG*.., COLXD NOT COMPETE IN WOULD MARKETS" — Thai IIUI tli'\lvrda*i Today Your H'//c-7 is happening to YOi RJ.' When b hau hcalihi The Iru man\ people ovtriook it, to theii dosi ft is pnaa, sir oi yaw \k id sanprj of no b % %  than I I •<: i %  %  i haii root b) lin> oo i % %  of theaa vital nadr i brittle — andftnalr) begbnio.Ailloui I emhanaaabighj aari) BBja Dlaact noaniihineni i It than aaaantial fbr V..T. FoY this porpoa is [ndispenfable, Pure SflvH rm contains eynAat, tryi ti tyrosM and " ON ml noai — in .i uORuniiialtd form whit tj Pure SnVjkrin Ctrrk i on i u i [ n WM arc worried about yow hail H "uld he I st;irt wltti MrVfljtrfn today, %  raVtBBtftft] i %  hair, thm %  % % %  A ,i,:.'. nvenavte ft* %  • %  %  -> umiai^a M %  LanMN BfM VU fin *n%  I d$*% Silvikrm MATUHALfOOU Arc Sold in niiln.o ol lhi' importiinl m i c> of the MI 1,1 ,,,il (in ,i in,ri asilis |iii|iiil.i-ii> in |irool o( li. ii il.ilii;lo >!,', i mil Hi il < ompclilion. ELITE DOES IT AGAIN It Oil I IS I \>IOIS RUBEN IS ED COLLARS • • Ai*rnl:.T. I.IHIIIS (.HtVI LTD. THE ^i -' •BENNETT COLLEGE will set you on Ihe rig/// course fur success You male* Mr* ol plinned pro|r-il I" th* tiretr of r our rttOtCt *•**" /OJ let ih moit progreui". mott lutrmtul Corrpondtnca Cotlef* in th world cowh ,u throu|h tha pOt. %, trlndly, Infli.iduU training ra oquip ,ou wiOl tht ipetuhttd hnowledto you muit Mivo for i wall-pud. key portion. Malt the Artt o.e TO-DAY— poit tha coupon balow IS YOUR CAREER HERE ? IF NOT, WRITE FOR FREE ADVICE %  >.>-, • -.i*.-t A>il>.Uf I ,-t —4 Ua af *•-.. faik'fdt* I'M* C-" LMU i —• i *'IB*.-*-. I*a^ci< .-a ti.*,.. Mfca, !atal (•,* %  %  a*i.W.r,. i '... Sadat ru,^. w.„, i>nK*fMi (PMawati r.i, .(-..a.,^,, '-.i.%  -la*, r.i-i.^-, %  < D/rc( Mo;/ to DEPT. 188 THE BENNETT COLLEGE LTD. SHFFIELD. ENGLAND HIGH FASHION and LOW COST together with FABRICS V,<)n .-ind yrotlf lilll' 1 (jirl ran .ilwav!>• id lliihijthiNt HI vl* nt half flu*. 'i-;i S-vv vnir own -liiaiiii MTs.itidTin n Ilinn < mndf by ona ol UN l.srgwif m.tniil infers "f COttOffl pritlta in ihe world. IIiT'arttwo popular Beveny I'.ittrrim for women's rh-i-tw-s ml chOdran'fl wear l.ikf all Tea mafic" m.ii.'n.il. cull \< i i-v to handle and aw a* h drapea imoothly, Btayi freh. wnflfg t.ril and sraahat quScUy .ik for tha Taa nuaia** lay ami i tiAi ..tiiiii banoVi thay maain vmi nitInning I'l-tiiiiiM' •ainta.it, tub fas) !'•'* niadei" Eafaeii a, t^ .nt#& > < < FRBRIC SOMIIIIOH TEXTILE CO. LIMITED MMiatu camii



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I'M.I six si SUM MUCH \ll SUNDAY vn.lST 19. IMI BARBADOS ADVtssttE -—t^--_^-j Hi 14 tM. a a Siindnv. August If, 1951 A SOU I ION BULK hancUins, "I -.uyar is here to stay, and unless th. QovWBOMBl of thi* island is make arrangements for our in bulk the economy of rawly affected. Sugar has been shipped in bulk from Hawaii for m-.iriy tin \i.us with nurked success. The original installation at KahaJui now liiads 6.000 tons of sugar in 12 hours, while to toad •> similar quantity in Barbados would take well over two weeks. It has been estimated that if Queensland, Australia were to adopt bulk handling of suuar the cost associated with the transport of sugar in that State could be reduced by between £lm and £2m %  Alsn. n is pointed out that Queensland could, by adopting bulk handling of eliminate bagging machinery and the nulls, sfiecl a saving of illMiu on i %  quicker turn round 0. ships, allow ships to tarry 20 per HgU in their holds and reduce deterl I astd with such convincing Agurea there is no doubt that Queensland will adopt bulk handling in the near future. Two VMI %  %  '".penmental shipments ..I sui'.ar in bulk were made at Puerto Rico. the IVetl Indian Sugar Association i .i Now hulk shipment of from the Weal India* ll an accomplished fact, and for the 1952 crop allocations have been made for such shipment. Trinidad will have "'2.000 tons. Antigua H.000. Si Kitts 10.000, St. Lucia 9,800 and Jamaica 170.000 tons. Also, it has been announced that Messrs. Tale and Lyle are launching a steamship company known as th* Sugar Line to take West Indian sugar in hulk to Great Britain. Unless Barbados is prepared to arrange MM method for hulk loading it looks as though she will be left high and dry. A deep water harbour, of course, would be the beat solution to our problem; but in addition to the fact that the Government iobviously content to wait until it is too hili* lo embark on such a scheme, such a harbour trouM be very expensive and would take many years to build. But there If another s ution. Recently in Trinidad a plant was installed for loading bauxite in bulk. It consists of a narrow pier, alongside which ships can moor, an enclosed conveyor belt running along the pier and stone bins on shore. The principle is that the sugar or bauxite is stored in the bins, runs down by the force of gravity on to the conveyor belt and is earned along the pier directly into the hold of not) of the nature listed above we, in this island, may be able conftCfc %  ntiously to say that everything possible had been done to cushion the shock and injury to life and property which may result. ll musl be emphasised, lirslly, thai because the island has been mercifully spared trom a really destructive hurricane during the past half century—for which we should be most humbly thankful -that is not to say we are likely, in rtie general nature of things, for ever to be spared from such calamity. Unfortunately this is the altitude of a good many to-day—a braeVtoiuck, happy-go-lucky, devil-may-care outlook which does absolutely no good and can cause much harm among uninformed and unthinking people who are likely to be the worst sufferers, Secondly, that preparatory work is half the battle, notably in preventing panic and chaos, and everyone called upon to give any service whatever, be it to those in higher authority or to committees set up for relief work should, health permitting, grasp the opportunity to help most willingly—after all it is a chance to serve a humane cause and none of us knows where the blow may fall; Thirdly, that alertness, simplicity In directive and speedy action are those things that count most in hurricane matters at any time and especially during the next two or three months. Now Government, during the last two years particularly, has devoted time and thought to the organisation side of hurri cane relief under the peculiar administrative system in force in this island. We have heard it said that the term Hurricane Relief Organisation should give way to one which more fittingly expressed emphasis on ACTION, for it is action beforehand which is a primary necessity and which, if efficiently organised, will not only minimize damage and loss to life and properly but will save perhaps thousands of dollars when the total cost comes to be computed. Government, in us wisdom, has certainly provided a voluminous amount of literature which the Vestries and other related bodies have been asked to cope with; but, unfortunately, little effort has been made to get across, by direct contact, the real substance ol the problem to those most in need—villagers, peasant proprietors and others of thai class who constitute the rank and file of the community. There must be a realistic ap proach in these matters; perhaps the best advice that can be given to those sitting on Parnassus with their volumes is to descend to flood level where there is need for much practical, simple instruction and related preparatory work lo be done. In this connection, it is necessary thai an outstanding Government officer be put in over-all charge of hurricane activities who could co-ordinate the work in the various parishes and be easily and quickly accessible for consultation when the need arises Parish populations overlap, there are marginal problems siYectlng relief centres and so on which call for close and effective co-ordination. Also some attention should be paid in the schools to instruction in connection with the occurrence of hurricanes and their nature so that, by degrees, a good general knowledge background of what to expect and how lo act would he disseminated among the rising generation who have never experienced any such visitation. The morv recent decision to use the mobile cinema for purposes of this sort nttsflei urgent need and. providing there is the right approach in the presentation of the kind of information envisaged, a tremendous amount of good will have been done in the way of helping people to understand and to co-operate with those who are trying to help them should misfortune strike which God forbid. Finally, those connected with the I • ing meteorological services which provide this island and the West Indies generally with up-to-thominute warnings of approaching disturbance, musl be commended most highly. Some of these men (air men) often face danger of a death type in securing complete information and il is only right and proper to acknowledge our debt of gratitude. Sitting On i In :' %  ., %  %  onf A FTER pubushini u. (Il> WTHV 111. l.t ItltlSS. v.iih M "i giving > ol the British way of life, will Pravda pul %  to i. N;it. ATho kiw ' Brll plat %  Mr. Mo H mi ha loftd pou hat | %  %  Wlu-ll t f.: %  %  %  0*0 ;?\ t ... BriUi British tl U ttie police. "It Wttl probably In I .. ik.ni... or the pi imanT' goup ..f oui of fart, the milk*?* %  "",' V an nevei knocki si lha fro you like lo glvtalk %  ..I.I i %  r* a.td : same. vould %  h tourists KM Mid Hi"postman nevei liM earii morning. .. %  n* n latS rod H"'ii oa lbs door with n packet of bills, final demands foi rates, threats to rut off thi electricity. Kit*, water. Unapt* t.'io usual tax Inspector : i ay moat 1 I the J"| ... pei %  allows '•• %  > %  %  ""i wn >' i %  Imperi%  Tea Fof Two quarrelling, the Kni I am K' i i to marry take* tilil) u moa i.-rtiuitf ow rues %  us to Pleased I Pst tar*. May I INMPIS* Corner M H BOMAWBRA CHAN-. Tiber ofi %  I I ..... Mr bj aho; -i. pi i enooi, in. ik-. %  -t.n n don t i byiasl KneUah, anyway Ihacn Is .i Hat vest %  mail drum. While In London. he coni|Hed Urn minutes about UM local ctttSSna for the entertainment of a reporter. Example Thipeople hgtS St SS1S FiocpttBblfi Ibsa atacoms plat Mem. il'-' nUi-aun o" ihe Qb, rltctrleuv, fits Mri %  n • %  % %  I. * %  ** %  •-' „,iri butty fog BngllSfl dUOdSOSl /IIMT -n. ,,.,., br00( i i I % % % %  ' %  %  butter. %  %  %  i Ilr\ onl. 21 f.tl antl Pollucally the country Li d in tuuf, ua flnt bau H M u tummy's bellevelns th.second half to be / duta'i %  %  tto bald. Reallu u bars that ahn rsti the top ejuai M llBb* tlip jiecoiirl hnlf believing UM BISI half t*. be sithsr brnseeUss sr m probably botti nrfit. put u wa bava •' a>cn I ballot Knd Ires q b, we have B I bolea .,f two. and smneUinaa thr.-v ftn im hn „ „ p^,, four, roauas and imbacuea t vOtc oll( „,, s „ ... Inmgj4 ari ,, it( for al elections. fnr h j s IOO -^. you can %  We can also call them wnai wc tlf (ll front <'elh are solnu %  ** already. tleeted, i$ that MU> Phi .. e ( he's a deer. Hut I %  %  ) of vulfar ab %  t to n arrlcd to %  rat. the i ad petty man with dan" %  a* In Brit la called Vatnralts, I nwpose hi can the age yf Ule common mar, ha ina aw of ia* .,!..: KM lai • bant %  11* since the last i ion have becoaw iinietdoKs and underdogs top d>KS. ti.l dOOa not .] [M .i lo Lav. s,, Onh if n'%  %  li nouwi well watered with-lilk Strong tea %  1-oublc ...... i always Ibink. He hopes to demons! art in the House of O If *io does. 1 can hardly wait for the day when British MPs fallow his example and chant insulting calypsoe across the floot nf the House. . The right honourable gentleman opposite is neither honourable nor | gentleman. Nor Is he ever right, but isj always wrong;, because he is ' fool. He Is also a guttersnipe and i eg lbs If'iuaa* "' the gutter. whets tie was brought up. more, he wants to get I Cabinet because hr Hunks It's easy money, with plenty <>f pickings for a liar and a cheat like himself. But his wife, who looks llk a washerwoman, wants him to u i" the Hpu ii that bhe (.in iMvomc Lady Guttersnipe hfa tWO iiKlv daughters. U-iause they want lo be the Hon. Ivy Cuttersnipc and the Hon. Guttersnipe. Hut, as their father lg a crk. bs B ill tod up in prison, end Ihsy will end up where the] the gutter. And as I am out of order. I will leave (Wore I am tnrown oui and hope the duboi %  '• oppositewill get al least ton years' hard labiu r %  —L.E.S The Twin Orbs Of Empire (By IAN GALE) TBAVUI.IIR S TREE Bv Palrkk LSSES Pstsssr. • WITH' i' Iba bssl gaoasta booh i i BBTS read, but Hi.it doeg %¡ Ot mOU lo say that il is compliBMOtar] .ibout ftarbadog, On tbi contrary, this is bow Pal Isffmol DSf lni lbs chapter OB tin The only occupants ol BSTOSlos, wh<--\ Hi.' Bngilih Brat landed ITS m 1601. SISre a number <.f Id gWSOS that had bCSB left tbSTC ;A iba PcstugiM visit. Since then the the UUand has fSrlOd \ %  li'.'lc In di-M-rlblng the island a SS] that the UtUS capital i vary much like ., [ndon Mburb Barbados reflects most faithfully the social and batsUsetusI nilusi nd prejudices of a Qoll Qub In miter. J-ondon. But he hanothing but praise lor OUI houses, and nyi thai while axchltseturs in England was declining .n the 1890*1 .tit.' leas fin .us. lbs man OT h.m,. badoa wore rabulll in th,modes of DIM or lbs lb* I ture. Mae-k Drivsna mw day aloruj Iba W< •ast of the Island, bo I %  i Mi Brsnch dburb Mr. Itram-h told hfatl thai be wai able ti divine bUI ot only bs itandbii dual roTSton of ground %  cesled Ihem bul as DlumOUne from the Onsi i asjlni on bSe and of its strum. I" OS to 1 drawl hut fi nd %  .. 11 i ihe cycle or rotation j gjradl %  1 bnaiti : the nttimmel once more rtlll, nd pointing it xorably to a cerH ' %  ypo, nti.al systems in, the world." Bo far I have only mentioned ths Darbsdl—i ebaptar in lbs boi k but the chapters on M.ntinq ind Dominica an assMKUsnt, gSpSOhi n y lbs description ot Ih • Carlbs in Itomlnica. A. Coat..iha of the West Indie* are %  upero, Incidentally, Pat Parraor en i the Barbados chapter in fine style | When they were flyiitg to Tru dad, he uys "Lookine l>ackwa-. we could almost see. suspends with the most delicate equipo I a tha hal Uttta inland, th ghostly shapes of thos.twin oi ol Empire, the cricket ball ;u IDS blackball.'MT'S HUH/ AGAMJV LIONIDE LEATHER CLOTH /.Y A MKDIIM QUALITY SO INCHES WIDE At S-1..17 ,,r Yard. • D4 COSTA V CO. LD. DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT ilur Hi aiSt-is Sav Juli%  Editor, Ti.* Am\ Sir, Kindly allow ma ty refer lo your editorial entitled "Deep Water Harbour" datelined Augut %  I] of Indian true ili.it wo had to face %  ocas dug to most i the then gaa s Una jute growing areas having gone lo Pakistan. However, the situation Is gradually %  %  .ntni-iv dsfkasasi • for lbs supply nf raw jute. Jute production in India hai been it.%  %  port of JUtS. Tile %  'vine. IBM nllotcd K si Indies was 1,800 ton* Till 15th. of June. 1951. only 1,578 that quota. JUbf to iVcember. Ifi.M. ha been 8 "00 tons showing irXI sboui lo-; aovorssnenl 'eelg that this quota of would matt the require. of %  '.-. %  d more, tier lifting ue aUoited quota. 1 will approach ntneni and urj my bssl O seeunj ;,|| n .. ...tion. Voura (.ijihfuily. V \T SAIIAV. K.T.C. Stcvep* To |h Editor. The Advocate interesting to not* that the total amount paid out b' the BT.C on the Field StSlft mr the four-day meetun -hided, was almost euu< lint to bo paid as flr<1 s wesSi First osa day ... Third < Fourth <; n.3ft 11.000 4 THERE ARE MANYGOOD RUMS IN BARBADOS . BUT >oiK\nns I.OIII Hll.%111 in > %  is THE BEST !! The book tells the story but the taste tells the difference. Aug. 10 1951 %  Total S3y 86 OEORGF, GREF.NF Haifa nap Christ Chur v, ----'-'. -v. ---. --*.--:*,•,','.:; •**•.'*,**,*f*v*'f***'ss**s*w*



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81 NDAY, AI i.i >T |t, |M| SI VI) \\ IDVOtATi; P IGI SEVEN Paradise Of The Pacifk IU M \l III HIM I KINK had io be driven out b] ebruary ItO.MlniMtu, Sn, ,u !? IPs?* a wSE; bS point of Pacific oce..v J, a, ,04-1 .J' ,_,. -T," [•*"-'•; %  *2-*mSL!?gSi verPolynesians who had p ,,,,. H^.J !" !! .J. cnac.l <.*,., ...in.centurin ; ,.,,,, m ., t lor -"*• !" > ""ed b, li.htcouanrM For ,, January 18. r,;8 Tbkkl ,„. %  I .„„ V Kl< .,^ ££,-£) Into foil the F..rt and aovci ninciil bu| il kkvkkkral. knudonu. a, 17S Ine .„, ., Honolu" younj chief Kanu-hanvrha had Au.ust 30, 150. wa Ihc one. n "' %  I •""' '""hundiMh lannivariiirv ,,l II ... %  Department, nnd iKn -..bi^a _* „„ J """• %  %  "' numerous iivu or* ittnj of eaaoea, wood and 1 spears, bnrk —. cloth, and mots. Thenfsathar .. "• %  fl ucahal v, ",'„. %  ;' .•* i M, naaj i... 1 wore snroUad written language uniil N,7o m private 1822. but Mktun and -<>"K and 4.905 were ransMnd in bg wort ..t V *"" ""v^Mtv of H mouth, l.nveiMiys Agricultural ExienWh.n the first missionaries orJ'"" 5" !" '• P* rt "I 1830 they found / %  % %  waiian group us well as without ,. ssttlad itMiiiuii ttnoa ,nPr ,,ar,s uf lh *' Tr,,st TerriIhe Old Tabu system had been l '" y o1 lhp Pnciflc Island*. This overthrown after the death u f !" w * one of those established Kamehameha In 1819. the way & ,nc Charter at lht > United Nawas open for the establishment o( It 0 8, un,tcr *'h'*h the Unite.! Christ; States ha* the responsibility i> The evoTuUofi ol Hawaii's awW ""' l* taort '" a p ha a w of •TfUnenl %  ,.,ue. From "" %  %  — an absolute monarchy <179ft-1840. Religious freedom Uii ii bacatne .. ( Institutional i %  < iiichy (1840-]8i'3' Then th> J">"ii. Ihc HUM pi ivileges St. %  %  Andrew's Cathedral, the beautiful establishEpiscopal church, was ( %  •untied by ed. In 180* thl KarnehanMha IV and Queen a rcpubl. 13 IBM, Knuna. The flr-l Catholic priesti the formal act ol annexation t.. landed In 1827 the United States took place, and Trade in Hawaii ha, chanced to-day Hawaii stands on tt>* and grown with world developthreshold .f American statehood, ment. The fur trade was the first Foreign powers attempted to international exchange of goods gain poawatfon of Hawaii from tha Fins wan brought from the • m RanMhamaha I ceded tha Pacific Coast of North America laland Of Hawaii to another Bnand reshipped to China. Next iv-ir. in IM6 and indaiwood was the principal ai1817 tha Rut Iftahed llCla of trade, but the demand for . in tha Island^ built I thi^ WOI not so gnat that the 1 wtialtnt mdL.sirv faUowoi %  tufting ni the whalsni tndad UUS lucrative DUBIB a can %  %  Hist sugar "ills were i 1S7S. jlihou.h sugar w. have been produced a< i and ochar >!i'r auantttaM With the increase in agruuifur.il i.evitlopment a great demand for labourers aro*e. The Knv.il Hawaiian AgrtcuHural s oigauued. pfiTiniarsant envoy empowered to neg.tiatf treaties, were sent to foieign countries to procure labourers. Immlgran!.came from China. POrtUft i K otbar Pacafac Philippines Small mi %  % %  nn, arISOUl U %  tton ol tha people* from I :; i they have lived aid worfcad to gether m eomphMo nan t i ittarni Ona ol Hawaii %  assets has bean tha powi paople of ..)\ m a . Kononu with an annual rlald of almost 1,000.000 tons. Pineapple*. a comparative! > n. mdustiy, average an annual pack ai i,.aii> 10.000.000 tanliah products form a growing industry with a large canning plain at Honolulu and a pictures-|iuf'.eet of fishing boats. Coffee raising mportant that tin public %  whom these p refuge are principally c ful feel : r*ei which I and the •. in the labour of... rhc < sary maan of a hospital in Horn Ud' \\ you raiurn t< pir aaww let the fact be tioi Honolulu tha ^>l Fl nnt* in svan l*ody. N %  %  %  . mend in have drawn together in the pntattve* of aln Honolulu boasts \l t C H > lent s chool Tod a %  handuspped with II For the ARTIST :-, .t AjagajiMgaiT or %  o.i 4i.l Mi*-M. Oil C*la>i< MM< ....h' t-unri-* •• Oil mk I-T rallat • IUO -nJ i/m. 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I Mill VI (.1 -.1 It, IJJ1 .1 M.\\ \l>vOCATt pjr.i MM One Piece Outsells jf^ #&„£ % vm \r Tin CI\EMA < .,nad.. 1 on Hinh Slrw bound Cllin b all Sudani%  %  r i \ %  peajai I car Cove re and refill* Box FteM >Kh[ rates CM >uu ^l>m -nd Lrdavi*. Carbon Papei UT Ribbon; Letter Scales I'-trv H $389 50 return 10 lUrbadea > detk ac.-enar> For the -i any time during the *Mur. Tr. iTnughliman. t h c very latest oi BrlUin the return IBM B Ml* .ires and DrawPOeral | I i ifiieiits. m,-ludmg (Vm-Ui March .1st from Mu> %  \ ,. ,„, ^^^ % % %  •>, i whlcta Mr .V .i mad iemrk.iulr JOth from Britain ... H WIINNKR TAKi: VLL in <;. H. BASED ON AN AKIK'I.K in th< v Y • %  '%  U %  The Jackpot, new playing at the Emput ii an i satiric farce that should tickle the funny bones ol ew I with, or without a sense nf humour. . %  %  ".' %  :illd flBfl] %  %  %  %  %  in . |ftM At H %  i i. \ i. % % %  i i( I %  i \Nt • tin 1 Piauu I Ha N' b thai llkfl WDOti %  bg .i nimble %  %  taaU of their NVMm tl ** %  %  i,. briii thai %  in. pan M tn,proa. „ lad, •"•' C ul.tlna Machto. await pautta, ..[ „„ ,„,.„ „„,„S,??** !" ": '.. .. %  iMteundRll |dmutm iroswry pm l ho.H .ccomS^oot of lb. Lbuloi 55toffi: ".!,.•. .* %  g jBrgt g r;•""""""" ,„,. A r IU| >' i"0 "P %  )• •• • • • iiscovMi that a hefty in.-. p frrviuv (iKFICI %  to •*• P ald ' "II the loot. R :il**.t ., Cailllao Inli SERVICE both If -i Ruick'' Oi just j aotid :..'.:. ut paintar of mi mean ph)-si, ' cllon.lurn.ui to, ".' ""* ,'" I lb. U '%  •• %  '• %  • %  • %  •it.,.., %  Or phone STM ad Jam. SI lu ,„oalt,., ,, ovtdari vi ii iMdtlne w.l coUectad u the ho,,.. .mi „ Vhe 3 ita t,,.' ' ,,k '' • ..<••" %  '•• Li" mo l M It, i have only com lei, panma.lv. a> the all „„ "„,..... ,, ,llJ "" F"l >UJh thiill-l,..ill „ye TOU full detail. InHut >.... UI have it ,„ perfect ad to win the S2S.gmi.ranJ prur I lb. r.H i , %  K. !. .itches. | $2,000 diamond reB| nU' sreO, UloUatl unaecfOUiblO Uc] wheels or AnwrteAi and ftlfj I all intercluiiijtf..iilr UMd Ofl the Job. Ut Urasscuttcrs and LoadtTl be there, loo. It_i*i(h the new turn of event* al%  \ more than a womankind %oc )n 'Two Piece 4 to 1 The nno-niccr iwtalH enthronod. Shops this summer report the eclipse of the bare nildriff—outsold four to on*. I u ring away fnm the Bikini," rcpor. the ihopi "Mot women now la] inliciilouilv lln> tt> ', • A —n-dlrHpMiwd Ullon %  ralshl up-and-down IUM often nnphuiMd in iwo eok i in give that extra slimnc-Tops are %  rxapsrai with bOO bras and reverse•eoloui • uffs. .. l-lit Jllsl-I'llnu | I TOP: Black -.. r iHUl fray t, hire edffine al sp the fop Srropt can (><• mil d fled In "< James Gleason as the adltOI KUVUlg *r-t flick at tor U mr iplendid VJIIHThen" %  local paper, who helps Mi --.witch ann thc water will 1H>I! su my hued American styled ties Stewart iron out sonic of hi %  no, or course, the convenient ()) f P ;,, K | lsl M^nufactuiei mid culties. aiuicmcm provided, OITKMUJ the stock now bein K openThe whole cast bai ihenuMlvea i This is ,-,1 from England aie marvafloui i AIM UnM -the lHarJgM is neatii!,: ..;.\i*^-|>aiiitto hi '' % %  faming and Interior decoration job %  > •'>. Bnalb a th Ihatn ,s house, 7.soo cims of raiiipiiciu ""d happlnaai tot heraetf and iicr oninto soup, the utoreiiieiilit in .tuough the help of her portrait painter and numrmulormet dttUClna v>.i>ln.-i As youj ..iher lesa important Ita know. Baft. HUttOU and Fie,t Wifh Mi. Stewart are Barbara Asiamare icon,,), and ttiougfi Hale s his wife, who find* coping V m,,v '"' ^" w •*. A-.Hires dancing is always worth /7/r ririv iluvttmc i '.'.,. I _• LoMtGoaogna HI ynur Itath and and \t an*] and surrouinl VVQ nit YARDLE.Y /iptud (olotpw TaWt tn afnt tt\m ttiiftm uJii-h eat ei t*W 'f/*m The (.none number1'223. Anglia tixlay Is $1,700. Nights"^,'" %  • %  %  %  hd-arln*. 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"" WMtkn< an*1 !<•< %  • r.u-i*4 t. a dltraaa of (he P.t-li < %  jaeM IfiTliat %  ikui* i" a*arcvm Inena irouble" in .* % Qutcfcly rclore rtooa -n^ bM|f %  %  clnllrliialrov.r* No mailer how lor.* oi % % %  %  %  la %  na>arn-r4 lo r.lt,. icotBI* vor PfMlal* iarhVlat •*• Vrom rear 'clinnui Hluatmlte prviacla o :Hr\liniSEmf/ie :W.l*alf | — WONDER WHEELS N' Why Hercules 'cms* arrive in Barbados in perfect COIU Uion The ipecltJ Hoailei packing mcthinN the PMUll ( v jr^ ', siud\ <>! packiiig lor oininthcs overseas ensurethr 11 wcllwnfprd parts are p iccdcareftily inttrongcaiessvthu they can be simply, \ali-lv uni! cnrrci.lv t-sen Med on arrival at cV For a Brighter, Fresher Complexion, use Palmolive Soap as Doctors Advised Leading ihin ipecialiili proved • brighter Coon* looking thin appear. finer. .. %  .... ...".. DOES Vlll I, PALING NEED DEIMIMMM? But you can't just get down to it with these expensive Galvanised Sheets knocking around, eh? 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I'M.i ili.HT MM VDVOTVTK ... MI.\ M oi W U, ml Bridging The Gap lit t I ( II I \V XMOTT) Sinanaii W riles To llulli ll-oll On Immigrants A ret. •' ol avoidoSSS o PAIM"*?SO''I cheap nd !" d thrtr „ MC J5* ""J f* !" .'tnod ol .nlnul WU • %  < >"J"I immilran, eell-groomed api and sejrraf&tion tampanri. The Hon. Mitri t •V dan • lo thou* 'lui-Chlrt ,n*pertor nil! mr Sirawan. aooKeaman. ha wrltui limited prejudice exifttl tt letter to the Hon. A. R. .v Iructlon of Rnbertaon. Cnalrman of me rtnbee Commlttat. requesting fou-' Iht lethal t.ttamhigh-ranking government official I tha chasm Ihi.i yawn* bar this chamber ha. been lo appear before the Finnne. | ',-t and Iopt-rnte.) in Committee meeting on Augu and the mUerahlc exleeordanre Witt me rule-, laid ?9. MACLEANS '&&SW1S1DX TOOTH PASTE keeps *m-ni WUm. and healthy { rtnun bv ihe ft SPW I inTi irritant* |i \ i he Hi n% VcpT i-l the vl'i'A times and can be icad_ bv •i r.I gap 0\vnM*ho V.-1'TV < %  HK %  m %  %  %  in. 1 !i was understood that the strucL \\, cation of more funds for the drive against prohibited I'n.many sr anu will b e considered at this i I %  %  • %  %  ,. th)i... hiring th id %  •, .lily IN C0| i <.,... Uonar oi Po'lee | i ,. : In : Lgnttloil O^f* < mlneii in .i spare and Major F H. Stoat. Deputy CM*) inuld do the umc If placed in I immigration. OfliCPi; Mr. S 'i saf* 1 wn u, „.cn Superintendent of Prison* M. RenKon. /&>% Bourn vita t. another. Humane UI1 (n ^ Hon nv COIWIIII Secretary bul the Utter The linmlgialloii Ofllro ha 1 n ..HI b rated i.y ilar ted ioumn Enwrancj c0.'.-.' %  . u UlWal Immigrant., who %  *"""' whom the. .. „, the colony a-, lit. ,r .hat mm„„, a .„,,,.. ,,,„a,e. .X expense Other! are MWI mdW "p MaanamH. the De• S -SoVl CMX "" ,,: "'" "'" tnicnt received many telcchOOl ,,,..,, ,. ,,,! „ fmiodallou p i ,tl _..! ._ -o. n uillh I.. |,ul a fotmdatlon '"" %  '"*" "P * bring connactlon with I'm all hr Enos and 1 %  Mubilf .V..--;..! .'hjff inn* 1 ''! Toi nflj I nd %  .,...i %  | will be • mil iiioro mrni%  i . cbildrfa I %  w Ranorti I. B.C. and Inrucl.nl I %  I .. . IUI i.e-ti piu..%  : in IO vie •win MU'I oth^i >n praBmflng %  %  -.IQgS" ,.,..,-,.,.,, „hnn* cans n eoniwcuvn *••" '" lhdrivi-.Operation Deportation | rnn linci thf __ -. PtoyrUI Ch-rk ..".. August 1U Saittaii SiMf St'itJn. i-x-Canjiil i Ink was **nt to Haul lOT .. M..I Ha vaj fiHind uulliy Amend Customs Duties Act i.f.ORGETOWN. %  '-' AnfuM 13 A nitt wvkJnit to giv.iff* I U inr U.H.B.S.CO. agteement oi July 31. If50 to fadllUlthe IW {•KcMng* of iticas mid knowltdii Ix-iween rountrlr. by way Of importation nf rducntionai icleniitkand cullural materials IF ,I-! To romp hrfore ihe BrlTI*) Oulam LafjUUti Council. untnhlc* %  .. v..,! Ho was found uulltj ep^^ m j| l5 j n nr join, „f I s...iHi Court jury on a liveir ,„.| l ,i m ,.f 1 f to the customs dull* COlUlI mdn'tnient of fraud i"; |,i, n anre of 1933 "" ""' *W ,va, en*Onced u. liv.. vea.s ->n Imt It i. cons.dered_dcst.abW _th TWO the Governoi In Counct. nUM -.> be empowered to remit In an] pntl any custom' payable on goods. The Customs Unions Commwion has recommended thinclnsion of iurh a provision in thf proposed common custom laws of B.W.I. Union Area c ustomi will They will taKe oe given power to reduce th' traffic control and amount of air freight <-hsrge-: u Slue ot gwid Mch COUUt ti> run roncurren'ly Th,•mints wen 1 H vi*nd I month here. reduced. C.F. :: ,, %  % %  %  Comptn Her ffyou have eaten uniJ hdy. or i 0 well, rake a da-;h of BNO'S •' l-'ruit SJII Tin* will set youi digestive lices flowinc. help nawi tnmu-h.l'-*al wuhits bur.lT. remove 1 -* nacluuoi (brt and congestion. An.t tlian ; rvescence. how freshening BNO'S i 1 to th mouth BNO'S contami no (-l:,!h T'I Salt and no Bpum **aln. Vet, bv a gentle laaarive actfoB, l : SO'S encDuraBS oeri 1 repilar.n'. Moat ol u> need our FniiT Silt firtt fhiif in fki mpimg. Eno's Fruit Salt' SPFC.t M 1 x 1111 0MO VDI D tdl I tt II 1. I I \lt \l 1 I II N. 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IUC.I 11 N M M>\\ \ll\ll( Ml SUNDAY. AUGUST It. 1951 THIS BITTKR MOMENT Defeat is one thing, disgrace another/' says Churchill, telling the story, in his new book of memoirs, of one of the war's heaviest blows — the fall of Tobruk u> Mil m\ Mil LMAM Till rtppll %  %  Rrurj H Mtiletleld of Asia and thi %  mitral no* wu to li mm The familiar are. %  Coventry. Tobruk. Mi*. % %  exotic m wen strange lg Lumpui ;"'irlMor%  ,:T of whli i fourth vo'. rm* of n • i %  ,. early *2 to mid-'43; from the i to the glory "f TunU % %  to "almost anThc man and thr 1 to the might nd | %  i vive thai hailstorm ft %  Malaya, Burma and Smaapore had fallen; Rommel ha-; pushed us naira and rendered |1 Tobruk; Ati | %  %  %  ..-..., %  .. MM) tha Uuiti HI un %  I %  %  | : %  i ,-on founded U %  %  Singapore Itlunder tin rountn don blm from I harsh vein ifaey % %  R learned thai then were no per, Churchill were I lull* North Africa or for pi manenl ,-• "n*ldcni ..f landward i da of SI ,. ; tenaciougb t.. dismay was boundless, perate ouitht to have n ul i| .,. %  .. ,., M i v ,1!,, known and I ought lo have been ( ... . ,iiv i told.' he writes, excusing no one. W 0uld dlscouragi op] onents. : ought to have asked The %  lessen I had Iwd -bout this tneir m % % % % % % %  U matter was that the po Bi n g n pore having no landward dc%  ,. ,|„. ^ f, %  ,.., more entered into raj continued postpi II %  ,,f .. batUaablp betribuhoi to the Allied victory, mg launched wiinout %  bottom." obJU could be piofoundly ; %  enough, the Oermani On theli par) I rare i url by any dlatu Mtu : ... %  • %  ; .itionship. "Anything like %  na io fortifj the French\rud< Theh conitani nagging foi sarioua difference betw* i Chanm-i *•* Second Front and iheir refusal and 0 i would break my heart, 1 |Jf gnl % %  iha heroism Involved ha wrote to Roosevelt when the disagreed with Int. Indi,MK. WINSTON I IK Id nil • i | i %  1 avail had f"i %  %  IUQU and fo The nc I Id rare ,,( tiie full of Tobiuk" when he The I %  an policy d to a German) Dinner with Stalin T %  rcr iilMiul Ihei %  i/' "Tliisg he ... % %  .. % % %  • i.lows IP PERSONAL contacts, bowavi an i. ,.i dui f i Ibi %  I ' the i. ..li %  But It yielded a out Ma .. bitter moment thing, disgrace u V radio L.i.i .t i III.S fortune that Wiili. .eit and M d Iha only Sherman tanks then possoased by : %  ii. number.' 1 iV r Three"hunTl The glooi contempt with whleh dtsmiuwn tho&e who attacked his poUctei In the Comn the Press reveals his sensitivity to i But he could l>e generhur provides a ous to men who did thsjti dutj as nccount of an informal they raw It. ^ffe may U be thnkhad in Stalin's mm I„I if pui lives have not bo i rhlch were "of moderate i„ -,„•>, dire problems and fllcUni loyalUei French oncer the British. u • < | .-ho died 'Ightinj; U thi %  Bex oiid Kmiit Km* THIS volume hei bj no mean settled Second Front. Churchill has pt vented Ins use with Uh %  .,,.1 II I .. 1 ::;;;„::. %  u „... I i i %  nira, until r mm m ;: 3 „ m h e rnontln* tha tiny party Crisis.— Ik lee-irc.Mii HIS ... IM.lt-. exhauattbk erv abtlltj to shupe the linpoit.int without log* j next .'MI: hours, until mg sight of the trivial, wUI remain wemondnf. the tiny partj the wonder of hU time V71 hsv< their sugai day when In Thougn tfolumi "*" ( %  ""'"" offenalvi M.i Oa wnman who ru • tbn tlinnrttnrn from het own uperlence. writes to u- 'Before tafclng Krascheo. 1 always iiK.s-1 to wake in the '%  -Mar *iv tired. Now I ware f"ling full ot i i JIM made mr feel yea.s i.ninner. I also ^nffored wl!h rlirumatlo palae In my shoulders and HwellliiKs round my ank!i.>. I sin now completely cored of these palna and nwelltngs. I take regularly sr.'t Bsghly of it." Kraschsn k a young beoaoM 11 tooes an the liver, Vllnnvs and hortil.' mil Uiom s.11 workiri; unnothlv *t \ •m.lsntly. Tb reward of tais tntornalclearillDesslsafrsahecail ftii-l invirorated > waste nitnls a. hd pains of rheumatism < Ami as yo'i I'uiLJnuo ivltb Kruscben, your whole body reapoads *o its piirlfvlne lorce Kruschen is ohtsinsble from sal Ibsmlsts aod Stores. Soapin o'dulU hair. Halo glorifies it! eVNmaffisif NeseaVcl/y naoxi domfrvff fros> soir o-d ISjfll Hu'.o .-, IngroM lather •"•"i" honSsir muff Halo ... hatf lot'. KIT HALO KIVIAIS THE HIODIN-.I SlAUtr OF YOUft MAIS' m^ ROSE'S for WHO "I'll short drinks HEALTH — oivts YOU twice IMS VITAMINS '/ Only the best that moner can buy foog >oscrl lor ran ALTRA Cod lier O I contain* I0S.QOO Im UalM of v iim.( A and 11.000 lit Units of Vif"-n D per ounce. Compare th.a ttsm.n ii'ength -nh that of any other cod >ar o.l a*d yeoll tee ALTkA p*w you twice iha valae. la Settles of 1*0 Capsules v AcenU for Bsrbsdoa : The tienrral Agency Co. (Barbsdost Ltd II Hlfh Street. Brldsetuwn. kiok Potency COD LIVER OIL CAPSULES in unique stick form! ,„ eloquent advooats and the (thi on runl a and to expn o( concern over the prohibition of I be Churd i %  '" | protesting too much btesn to Cates the ml No responsible military authothem moat Th< i cfsstg. ity could rsjwmunend s feaatl rer grand The exWrihM f document* *" Uv idividu opiiallon for the invasion of in 19*2. run* lu arguUill in North " ..,the o.dy practkabfc rho did no ring hi* (enure of ofllce, jr hll' I 11 inosiUon for ;"i3 than th. long-po* i pon iti invasion ot Fi tell rnosl "( ihe itorj Th % %  %  ing power uad pidfrneni I did. oftaa red vhy im %  %  %  %  But how much of Ih was due to Churchill's u powers, und how much M M niev it.11 ill Ity of .if.; %  .< %  .V % %  %  invasion plan only • I leluclance. ', the Anal Anglo-American derisi %  • don this operation wa taken lulj be no Unenl in 1943 ffo better evMee n his own .ibllitv to win BD .ir((Uinent. PlThiilW nothinE tiul n devil Anglo-! pore h. this p roblem of the Second Front, i /Ivid >• porting oj i ke Alemeln BI plays s* ent of the man who has been ,„l. writing bruMianl nillita>> i had who had lived since ifl when beflrst published Maiakand Fiebi "> pn .MMI me. Force". %  beast on dllh i *" crisei .,n,i quarrel ouM'ttme; %  ted In en,*! n i %  public life, and this wai ceAnd thaw ptuj '• i vsonol fi iei i\ • ,, %  u stand athal hen he chled Wnish.l r Iho ( hiin 01] the word) "i' a fun h He roi Ihesemi decsd a a th you: WhelheV hrA amu '"" ;ur l ^" n "' W N IN .ii Ise The Urn* uf i .,-. u i i. HI In Iha working i djarnocrac) it a ar I ^•uresji %  1 If* %  '— l.l.s VE SOLVED TBE ii a rule a. vcr in be without UMACOL. ltV marvellousiy u-freshing on a hoi day, Before I go out I use it liberally .ill ovt-r my bod) and ><>,tk my head in ii. I always keep UMACQL in the pocket of veil aa m my desk at the office. When it getl I< hnl for enmfnrt. meaoj <>f refreshing myself %  hand. With UMACOL on the spot you lave "tli' I a bl tSaass in ;| buttle" within easy reach. the way, it JNMI mg H onca . e Lliuii you'll never be without n I LIMACOL bTOK[S & BYNOC ITD-A9rli PLAIN OR MiNTHOLATID



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PACE TULLVt -.1 NDA1 w>\ 'M \i i CLASSIFIED ADS. J !" SAlES FOn nEvr SL'NDAV, AUGUST 19. 11.51 TILEPHONB _..(* IN* . -ta-ai. -"* e tt 50 ll'd* J Oil | DUD i*tn IUI i i iMttki )!• %  iiinr*i Hue ih* above rnkMrif ..t 4 t u n lit-rt-v for In. I hi in* Wi. -.1. .Grand de-Sh%  It* death ol Wall •' the Ii do. A.,.. •darih-l. llr-ther It AWOI Nl I.HIMS %  Ml M It t.fNIIRI HII-rllAI broeti. i>III PUli • d s,-,ul deliver-il within IfeTM Be .ire Deal Denial Lab M.itl i I Lane -' U %  SI 4. i ,..*>..% ein-t.. I kl • SUK*. Guaranteed . rhjpanu ID BOY A men Btre*t I'hon* 43ftt. FOR SALE *" %  """> chare* u-*ek TI ceafa m.1' M e*Ma Sii-dan 14 wordi — gr *l %  ordl ) cent* a >cord week—4 CilU -.*"• ON ft.*J k i. AUTOMOTIVE inor • h p Good >"* order Van .. %  .ins i I I Farm. Courtea* Bt'N'GALOW A comparatively ne %  n.odern buna,.!*** attuatM al in* Gam HOUSES 5 i t n.lii the auaplrea of the § Leeward \-.<*x-Utloti of tj ( ulioral societle-t I* A LECTURE $ Claa inilalled ...... | i km < .-i "all'd For further paitici.lsr CAB Or, Hi IWp. condition good Ml*Meat Apply O Greet. Ida*No Clirirt Ihunh CAR AmMm if II W Apply Lao Ward. Alleynedale. St Peter Telephone %  I %  %  It %  M 2 CAR Amtiii H \>r.nod Contact C F I arouroe ACb. m i 1 AM. ;,44A -j fi -HuaW at Prlqtc ol w.if. im. Baak H..1. .nuU. aW ~ Hainan ui a Buugaleai Aeatl> DMOUE. Krltiut.. HUI Dial 41*1 IT %  U da SHIPPING NOTICES Canadian National Steamships hat wary daalrabla buaineea primlaai • n Nd is %  ••!) turn and .tandina on *i aq< feet of land InapeetaDn on application Mr. T. N Tin. ptnp-.tx will br ari tip to Public on Friday 31*1 A -* .1 MB the cifncr 01 Hie ii-|incd CAKhlNOTON I In food condition %  It 1 51—1 CAR ItM l.illman Appl, .1 CMflSB Terra.*. Upper Ha* Street Telephone 3t;' 17 1 >i —an HOLIDAY RESOHTS Granada Bpiraa. SANTA M..KIA .-.ovrlia In Caribbean Rate, frum fl C> per neao pal aa>GRAND lnurL In beat teal initial dlatrict under Government Houar Kill Rat** from |3 t>0 per brad par da-, JB INN-On (iiand Ante llalbli.. Hata* from HN par haad par day aVI*IIM4 U %  :j ,., Bark 1 1 %  Ml for repair* to the SI Matth* rdaiica wiln a ipa 1 on -pp..cue 1 not bind him ibmlt laller. f„ CAHIIM* K.IM-1 SuUxm dona on . Wire, m Al condition FORT OOVAl tiANAGE LTD Telephone* 4004 on IMI rr*j wm P-l4 itlta If.. kavirr colony. "iT a 51 "tn .' t. 1 51—In KLrXTKICAL riitTHit; 1 Oat 0 Hit icai Drpt. LAMB FOB %  *!* I.ANDSevet.l SpoU of Land at Maxwell Road. Frontar* BO ft Mt> Appu to DAraA Scott. MagaUn* Larta IM I 31 *ti IANIV 3 acrva of Und %  ItuaiaeJ BoberW Tenant.,' H..f|al Hall Appl' tc F Clarke. Il*yne> Hill Bt Michael It I 31 In D'ARf-V A *;oTT Ai^Hon-vi .' •'" l-nie uflen . a f V three Hooaaa at Fontaball*. there are ill H prifect order and will m.t br >r partKulara %  * D'Arcv A Scott. aaailne ijmr Dial J74J II t 31 -ft. IIR NW* To an -pprovrd purrhaarr I Raildn t lea. air* II OK *> I4,4jt let. %  Ituatec tn* mrth ra.i U f RrillonMill reair. Prat* 18 canta par fool Rlactn. arrvkv, t* water main on boundary, alao loot! road. Appl> Yrarwooil A Boyca. at 7 51—tf i* OR EXrllAN()F,-<)wn*r Ho* llotix lonveniaiit. Oovrnnne.n Hill n.bl* larguh family. obll|*d raclkam* -mailer plae* pivfarablv on rea or aril coat prte* EacrplMmal and Cenuln* opportunuy htlhly advantafe011* deal d tract private pmtuaa 0* tliru(h reiponiibl* AfeuU R*n_ after J p m dally 11 • 31 FL'KMTUHE FL'KNITVRR Complrlr aulte in milu>fai Twin Utd.K-.i. with VOBO .1 iiialir*aea. Drearlnf Table, n Morrla Chair Phone XOt I CHAIRS Jimt receded a %  hlpinant of OfBc* Foaiura Chair* Wlib three point adjuatmant. Baa than today Ltd.. or Dial 4441 1.1 ta-Un. POULTRY FHSD J A8HDY. IB iiwrden> Clrik rhiirrhw ardm • Office. Parochial BulLdtnff>. Bndirtow it it *:<-.. %  LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE T^T^nu^"'* '.VoT' .,1 Qrnrl tslyi Hoji ttlt %  a MB of HUI ————^—,,r,ted lo Boy.lon Hulmr, m .e-prct ..t M1KCKIJJV.NEOUS IM ral fkof wall build.,,-. mmMa^M^^*.^ t -"^ J Id*r> Hill. Bt. Jam*., foi permii 1 lira Mid liquor llcaiu* lie 1 k-*ii>ir> wall and a iildlna; at Upper II !" HaU-d thl< niii da) ol H A TA1MA k> N.' Haflitrale. Ajrn*Wa-TJ — of ***n Ulaaa, China, Old Jrar.i. II lie Water-coloura. Early booka. Map*. Autogiapha •le. at OorrlrHea Anlkiue Slm'i, adjoining Royal Yacht Club a B.tct.f fl. / AFRICAN PRINT J.nt r.i I :..iaaaorlrr^pf .1 At: tttt ..!,.! ..I I %  M pd %  • AtTklLOl D* "llisru 1 -innot VeaWRU tsrtMiki liaai JIWILS UMBNB, %  fC Bfl' HUMS FOK SALE 1 RBIfiMTON ON HEA • A well DUIU Biuiifaluw 3 Bedrooms *ion wilh all other | modern ct>nveiueriiii.i Modern fruiiiaio liana walla and heavy aibeuoa iwof There Ii a lane L ifaped Uvinc room, 3 double bed too mi with built-in wa'drubea. Kitchen, pantry, aervant* kitchen. bathroom with tub and ahower. aolar haatin| inatallalMn. sarase and I tarThe a-rouivl* of about %  an acre are heavily wooded with Mahosany and Elamtwyant Kara and ^h lawvna ami •tone iv^ied terrace are la a excluded wall sardrn UnuauaU> altraellve lorn lion cloaa to town "ui" "s 4TONE Bl'NOAIalW Cream* Hall Temwr A mode r n 3 (uod bedruoiba w|th built-in waidrocHsJ i.nr lourufe well .uyplied with l.ited cupboard* P.I.• %  ••-, im farafe-. > und'V BI'NOAUm ' -.IIIFS, Mar(l.'lii. I-ii(e inKif paliu roam with Franca (Jllaalea and •ill* 1 Viili!.il niird wit) > Mthraatea laraa ft. Uundny. ervaat* ••• --'.lidvubaa ra Walled en Hi %  WINUY WU.LOWIT-. Pro.peet Ueiifhlfiil •unsalo*' houaa with open verandah on writ i "aapnaaduiS maSnirV-ent view at lea and beach Lars* % %  - % %  B BSSaBJBSSS, varandahi. kitchen, panliv and irrvant* quarter* *ltorrroomi m baeemenla BCNGALOW y.ne HillVery well conairucted modem home clererly deaiened for coxy runnm wiu> ralaimun ubmr. Can id* veaaadabB. U UP4 llvln* tFiroom and aepiel. liled kitchen, laundry. quartera and larsv %  aiase with direct occeai to houae CoTiitmctrd nf atona with poluhed ane noorlna; Ihrouanotit Cool Hal *UstrM. i m i inn,i., Cullode,, Rd A aparioua 1-atorey atone houae built to laat with Iha typ* of material rarely ••., to-day AeJdation rompnaaa encloead lallrnea B reception, dinlnaj room. 5 bedroom.. kilchen. panto-. Sarate etc Well reommended at the greatly reduced now required in N HIM. 1VAND li,.Vi. %  .,.. are inairucled to offer a moat iillractlve bulldlna; ell* In a •ecliided poiition bouadee] by Oolf l.ii.k and havins direct ni NGALOW. St. J. A til "tuetad aaamde %  well rated with %  an ul prlv* le sarden. jad \arle Ha* flowering Bhruba and Ireea Private bethint cove with %  oud cale bathinc Their la art L I'laped roofed verandah lounge. u.nliiK room. 4 bedroorna. n-r Tdr . kitcheti. Uun. Vfiviiui appliRENTALS w in IS-NK. Qaiden Gap. Ha.tlna* Nicely located furniah. rd bunialow with J bedroorof lie k>| leaee "PLBASAHT BALL COTTAOB". Dayralbi Rd. — Thu nicely tituated liable fvirnlihed "WIITIIALL FLATS'*. Codrlngton Hill. St Michael Modem apartment* with uae of bM U urul t'ounda. "BTBATHMOBE". Culloden F|d Town bouae fumlahed or unions leaee SALS KALE MV.W*VWW/AW W i"'. i i i ta a n ni pwt-v,W' KBAL ESTATE A0ENT8 AM TlOVtURS u* Sl'RVIVO.S PLANTATIONS BUILDING



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-IMIW. AIGIST 19, 151 GOVERNMENT NOTICES : % %  menu Oi l> ZOin August. 1951 U Or.irr the maximum wlwlnale and retail w> ..t.d Cundauw MUV' arr m fellow* M M>\\ \l>\0< \l\ r\..i niiHTi the? OflM OATS (Ti+ii, Milk—Condensed' %  i -Red C $12.80 per bag of I :. SI5.I2 per case of 48xH at Ul 114 64 per case of 48x14 RETAIL PRICE €.1 I I OMKIU n H I I I> CjMMMndfeM. TBr BABKADO* aii.lMlsi rtir.it> — TxiniKi All rane-i ivill piti* a r %  **....* n tal Mi IJQUI II Atn 1 H ..ptVlaii. • and (-pan rant im %  maaw A ILC ^ oi*ti b, c. cn-i tka ^,,1 P ..(i Monday. WW MI I V I atM -ftmradaya Met. w*.. %  and . Wartnda> "iiii tbe>t> m< Ml on Tnurida: m pnpaiam parad. rr miand Tnuraday J3 Foot .l(h Cause Killed in 4 Days Pain and Itching ^ Stopped in ^ -> % %  '£.'. 7 Minutes ^ \J YEASTVITE The Only Pain Reliever containing Vitamin B, Kr.ratU ..:.... . k Jo ana Wrt_U'. oaiiixi •nirra AMI mnnii aaatJiAvr tup -IIK I MUM, Ordarly OfJwr — t -• X. ft Orderly Sanloant — SIS |l„.band. Sel l.r -.1. Orderii OOkai I U c. K. Orderly Sarjeani n* I I ITtBI M. 1 I 1> bwdlT that t> irlT dtitf you rnn< Do** the akin jour f*i irack and p**i> AtiVrb: 22 SCSI"* *•?' '•?•aa* on II* aela. o tour i*eiDo ih*w uutera biu and n and catta* more bliatrra to form' Do y u l-i f" > •* at LB.. I hat iw *. t., M> ,t (rt'fid oFyour trouble until %  ,> kill ll.e (eim. o. paie<.!.. r*M>ntlb!a C it>* tioubM. Kills the Cause ord-nary olt.tm.nn and Ihquidi 1 rh food MriD. %  .. 1 %  '•IT n <.KIII. il %  >X Major, B O L r A Adjutant ~" B aH kade Raeimant the-** loot i %  aoal .(abbotti nnor *JI • %  %  %  !' %  N.-od-fu ih> HMcilplMn oi a limoui xn.tuh %  : anttlaJIM and IM* Unportad by leouaj :NWadrai u pu.*iy (u.iai end youi tool iioublr. and hi drQail* aclloiu 1 11 1UU U i r % %  ,.. lord M UkHr I IM akin M ;i. ,],ar. and .mootti Guorontted Tt "• %  Wniadar— from roar ch*mi todar *P0H it tonjf.i and M Mil ^M, %  %  %  in 4 %  >• limr Nlaodota* lll Mraallri a-id nti • .i .luuitlt. •ndyau'.niarior TOui—If (hat rour tfln fUMf; u oam.ra --: .I'.r TU mj ttke YEAST-VITE Tablrt* Tbert'k DA>ih.aaclf like VIA> I VITE. It ii the ONI v pajfj rehewr wtuch ALSO tonuio* i(c tocuc Vtuirun B,. IX.n'1 ajfti jo and get jcif YfiAST-Vl 1"E TabkO no*. pi Nna-ForI I...M..M..S Ptf lt**r. K H"l I*FI. !!• %  SSa Cpl H-.ii... T IM Cpl Rlarkman. •• Ml V*aio.l. | •H Drrn I'hMHii. i i % %  < .< %  %  I 4SM A I. IMM I I -%  any Tlw pin), i Mlh. i l*av* Ih* i Id Aial M. •ltd Nrnui* t i: Axis A <;iant*d I r*k< P Leav* w.tli pffml-ktM t'i |MV tn* MlBM "I I] Aim M Gtantad :i ninatit> P Unr r I |) And SI HQ C"V Urantnl I (****•' P'Ldovo w • f 14 Au 91 Rn lit, Utanird I •MaW p LllVl * f JO And B Cat Gtantfil AiMT SI M L. D. K.wiCOX IOI.I' d. Adjutant Tn* Batbtdon Rnjunrni tiigat. ihotr .. %  llatne fo. all Momfcet. i .. ~n Sat.ndov. 15 S IS YOUR SAVINGSACCOUNT INCREASING? Did you save as much its you anticipated during the put year? How much have you saved in the past five oten years'' If your savings plan is bogKlns down you need a systematic rnethod--#omoUiiiig alone the hues nf ,, Sun Life Endowment Policy £ Start savins this sure way lo-d;>> HEADACHES r NERVE PAINS COLDS, CHILLS, RHEUMATIC PAINS RELIEVES YOUH PAIN and MAKES TOU FEE1 WEU %  MOJO, :| SUN LIFE ASSURANCE CO. OF CANADA Hud Oftiii MoDU-tW] K M JUNES & COMPANY UMITED Rcprenrniarire* /or Barbadot. Cabrn ] (;on-.,!vtJnr.,1 and I'tincaaiera D. I. Crlchlo YEASTVITE BWIA BHTISH WEST INDIAN AIRWAYS B.W.IA. BRIDGFTCWN -*-'-'-'------'.'-*,*,','*****','-'-*,**',**'*'*'*'*y*'.'-'*','-v' lalld fnr 1'irirUn i MS* out tin> nam*' and haiMi tn*m > trt*> c,,,M 111... Will all th< p*r%nn> t ( whom Ikkdta hav* b**n ( %  j-ui ba to* Dull Hall at IQO I uimlflkrl. Youthful Vigor Restored In 24 Hours *\ Glands Fortified by New Discovery Do ;ou t**l old bofor* your tint-' Ar yoo lirod. ; -i. dovi, arMit out.atnd mmhl* !•> >—j. Up out, Ui ^•rrd^Kd Dkaaauroa Of rnodrrii 11MT Do ioa Btattr pddd and i.'i'.i.. el •LIT I*-of Mtncry. %  nn Blood? At* you SjT Do yon a i. 'j Vdy pun blood? A'* you %  o*M'd> Do you mff*! It or Tiai* an infrriorilr fompl*** Do you .,_. ttw fMSHV ot women OP do b*autirt|our and anlmaUon. VHolll* Your Gkmds rottunauiy for tnoa* who auntr from run-down %  land ariion. a pny.Kian oiih 30 yaar*' aapt in rrr*H*da lmiilr. BBAL and poaUKr pti late ifand actl 1 .entity ai.d tBui brlna a (V, tltalltt, and li*aAii Vi-Tabc. fa in pleaaaot. %  ataa, laoi'i lorrn. mi you ned I" do .= .O Ulr Ian little tabl.U thta* tlrraara %  *- day. Till* prwacriplian UrU Wk ImmediaUly. atimulaiiKf 10* (landa. ini WOvralM| Iba Mtd and enllnina; your ho.* body AI vour alandi rapidly b*rRi tioni*r. viit .ill Ie-1 a„d at* youraell be%  %  i"M ...i. it' n in..I!. and :.. i amy able to kwp up wiitt yaur work, but laahima the joy* and pLaiurra o( U(* ii.ni* lirqurnlly ll.au cv*l boloit. Doctor Praisos Vi-Tabs Dr. J. HaM*lll -.irleu-knuan European ti'iyilrlan. r*renlly aMUd U*ny ar.iei,Inta are of if,e opinion tliat the tru arrrrt of ycutlilul viaour and illalily lira in ihe %  land*. If •* rould k**p our flanda funcuonlni prop*tly. *t would l*rl and look | -an younger and In* yean loner r. Baaed in my yaan of riptrttntr In atndy and ina.lne, il U my opinion U>at Ilk* medical formula known a> Vi-Taba rrpreacnla lb* il modem and Micnc ii.ti n .1 raaUiod oi muiaiiiia and invic'at ii.i It>* Bland*, and hfal tiaoiir and tir lo tbo body," 24-Hour Rasults Betaiu* Vi-Tobi ate "In OtM #>flVnf in 4B Ml Spot** UtSi A HW %  VRUN IM II !! Aa ii.. -im ..i.i, in They Bring l • WATERMAN'S PEXS. CITRITE PAPER. SI L( IVL LAI'NDRY STARCH. SMALL THERMOS ICE JARS. il (,i i MH i .„d inmn: SEE1IS AEROSOL FLY SPRAY P.A. CLARKE -Cosmopolitan Pharmacy I PRINCE Was. HENRY STREET. rr.tly upon Ihe nl .i,._ and lo build new blood and no long aatlina fo' MaulU. poaj an aitonuhiii imrt^veaoant wiin:i. 34 hour* and tint tnry fral tan r*an rouiiger wtlliln oi week Tbaaa. rtiulla have been acromi ll*hed liute alt"! Iitne In tlioiMBiidi ol ra^*. aom* of which bad aliooil n-en up hope of ever btiti Miunf, wall, and luuroui aaain. Po Results Guarantoad andinr hi Vl-Twb* in tiMiui.iid* and tnouaandf ol caari tliro^rti-iii the world tnat II ta nqw oBerrd under a ixxittte tuarauier |.. r.i nothlnsi ut'.Uu entirely ulufactofl Und*r Ihfi |.i*raiile< a*t Vi-Tab* Horn your tlieml.l today Put It to ll.e I*., and **• lor yourarlf how i>-w blood t1njl*< ItiluuiU irklr. yout i .i: and .-.Hi injoy ii a new l.iin* .i I [IMMI ia on id. Th*n If lor any reaion at all fa am %  aaaa l a la ly aaUafleO. turi.l, iM h* empty |.. ni! rti KAI I II* M |v I \i UK.IN ( OWLAt '-Ml> lllM l M-. . Rl HI | I ON, | N 1 in. Tin OM> Itoi PBtW A Ml l ION ftPPU Mil I BACON It \MH KS Jiai si'ONi.i PI IHiiNt. AflSTO Jl i l li v IIIIVI.S *atj M tNOO MI i\n il \iONN \|S| H MM Is i„ s„,,, ( | Vlnaaarl rill RURfl Mi.Miin ii \si t HI rm rOPfll rtaa M .XWI II Mill v| .iK. I jd. %  J., ,d. .1 yds. x 3 yd.. 3 yds. x 3 V. yd*. 3 yd.. X 4 yd.. R THt YARD :- Irrl aldr 6 lr wldr 1 It. wldr 30 Inrhr. wldr 21 Inrbr. uldr ALL AT REASONABLE rRIC i > P.y I', a VUlt TO-DAY. and .rr Our larcr ranir of ATTRAITIVI DaaiOja aR DISPLAY BARBADOS HARDWARE LTD. .THE HOUSE FOR BARGAINS) Corner of Swan & Lucas Streets 'I i e READYMAD1 Bl ITS S $.'lti.4:, per run \ IMIS airt ; 1951 Records will show thai Barbados has' made history in 1951 by the following:(1) Record High Cost of Living (2) Record Crop of 187.000 tons Sugar (3) Record SALE of the Year by N. E. WILSON & CO. <-L-Ji'i s ..n'S;' rd bre k n '< SA 'K SATURDAY lsi ..hPTEMBER. and is calculated i.. e Hill. . i: prices. thereby improving the tpandlng %  Ttril lad can be witnei ... lor many years in the future. VI front ii<'. throw youi p*nnwj im Beowi take full Mtaaalaaa "f the baaaffi real K.coi.l-breaklni; SAI.K Remembtr Ihe opening date SATURDAY hi. SIPTErAilk and The Stogan-OFF TO WILSON'S N. E. WILSON & CO. 31, Swan St. Barbadot' l-Tendliett Store PS.—Watili that spair li.r further details in N. xl Siiml.IJ Dial .Itwti



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V lC.1 I IMHTFIA -I Mi \\ \I\<>< ATI. BVKDAT, u OUST is. 1M1 MIAWII SWIMMERS Eddie Hall Wins Talent Show %  %  %  i %  i %  %  %  %  %  %  i. A l*HOTOOR.\riU' %  HJHI Beckett ii.. ii.i <> Kii.i'iw, D \ \ l I: id. -ill I. K. i WiniuiBoMb 01 i H HI R.-hmi A El Ail>i and M H-m.it Hie wiiin.r. (Egypt) D Bally B-IUM anil L War!* QHN4M) B) %  0 I I eat Junr* (Oti>t ftr**Mni. J H H lead) rl Jenny hsnu.i Ek|irMK. England W in Final "Boo*' Will Skipper Test \latrh ft ater Polo Team lr. Trinidad %  >wled well tinmorning in anlih the South Africans inp ..f i; f.n 55. -..I Ill UKir\ LI Innlm* MI I SI.I IMI |,| |*„(,,(, Ivl BOl I ti H 111, \ v |Bi l\M — Y.M.C.A. Troop Enjoy (lump ii i i .i.i.i. i r B v.t n v r £ ''. r! A >.: %  •i ( I* Ml %  Fxlr*. t It* |-\( |. i>ii! II 'BOO PA1 ERS< N ol the n • %  i ; I loam which will visit MM niuiith Kenneth I %  i Bnappf %  Via %  -Captain. I I %  %  1 I %  \ i;i:i\ IN.. \ h I %  .. also to havi itn selecte haa been \ lii.. ti-.iin It % %  i i| M.IV III this pOf.lt Mn ir Trinidad 1 %  always linn in t h e 1imr-|,j:hl "— "•" %  innuel *•<• %  •"* 'pii <• %  (lirl-.J,,. I>*„ swimming sports .it the Aqu iU< < hitinhaa won countlati event in both the short and long outii Alliinuuh h.is nut vet in bU usual top Eorm this veer, hi I %  U| nickel "\ tnr i RI %  ,..-,>i l '' >' '" continuous tour io Briiisn auiana begin* .i n ah h Kcnsuiston on Thursday at n „„. .,„., s..methn, K <* I... h ,..30 p.m. almost imiothei The loUOWll lUon "ii the field. i practice;— %  %  %  N nil BSDA1 lartcr. %  A %  Anntinl %  ARTICLES OBTAINED BY FALSE PRETENCES Hi .' n A 1 \ %  $14.40 tor %  %  \1,iv IH CstVl 1 1 1' 1 .1,1 an %  } ... • MiMl-. a .i %  PI FOITRlll C LDI I ANNUAL DANCE J %  D At tllTKVS rARK HOI H ( IDA1 !-• -i PIUIU, IMI ^ MM J % %  hHrtpttM tl' — Fornul l>rri Opltnn.l \ • > %  !!>• i II • hart' rvf-irvt #!#• %  starts ulz•M \ wisiji conupmo SHUTS r.', 7'. X X 211 C.mUKt i. \l VANIS1 Ii NAILS — all siics I Kl win Ii MI 1 \1. SHKBTS r, i\ r Mob POO ITS" FUSIBLE n.AT ASBESTOS rvr sin ITS 4' x ' < W-III sl,, '' 1 RVEBITE" COBKOOATED SHEETS I.'. 7'. 9 111' LWgMH T'lu.iH ii..: WILKLNSON & IIAYNES CO., LTD. I;\II.\ IHNII i ll imi BOW i 0M1 VBI III BATCBDA1 i ..ii B> '.' % % %  %  DANCE I %  I %  rtekcta II '"I ,•.*-','-*,-*•,-,'..--Made Disturbance ; Bandiford of n %  %  M,mi;fi..ii ol Bay Land, Si MiHi.i'1 war both ordei %  "i I S2.40 in 14 .Li default 14 d Hm Worship Mr II ,\ Talma, %  %  They wan found guilty ol %  %  ink Strait on August M. ninth loNimi & DANCE .. dervli>* Ch*r. — at the ion i ii \i i .\mil-us ..i, ,i..ln II rWtCjBUUCBll LATEB I HIIIM :ih -rft.mbfr. IUI s ; i si u IMS m. .Kl V t| I Kl I. I \>M I R I | DANCE ttaniiri.r. < i Q Proverb N B Uai and T. N Peuxe, PM srlofe t ( A U Taytoi i. L Wood, T s Blrkett, E. u o. H, ii. Kidnaj and aldge. i.ivlni; nl%  %  %  team whlen dafaatad Tt Hi i mber <•' the i %  i toured Trinidad In January ltd Imcmtier of the Burhndos seven Siimiiit rha\r> Toiirnutm-iii i From Pagl ener inti i %  Spartan ('('. K. E Walcott.-whieh heal Trlnld I B K Bowen, C Atkininid/ E A. V. Williams. Empire C.C. r AUayna I Itilinigion. C H inti i <;: int W. Cave, ii King and A Holder. SICURE ALL YOU NEED: SUPPLIES ARE BECOMING SCARCER! SANITARY-WARE and FITTINGS TILES — In ali Colours WHITE LEAD and ZINC PEACOCKS PAINTS PERFORATED ZINC SHEETS BPEI lALi GlMJ I mil Si-ls 11 Piores Dishes. Bowls. Ilullers Suuur & Cream JllK. Flown Blinks, tic. Kmeruld. Amber & Smoke Vases HARDWARE^ DIAL HI! Kickell SI. BLACK WHITE LACE MANTILLAS for church or us un accessory for evening wear $3.25 each Cave Shepherd & Co., Ltd. 10, 11, 12 & 13 Broad Street ONCE Ifc.lf.V #.V | srot a STRIPED SHIRTS f i WITH — COLLARS ATTACHED — BY — AMJ&T9m REED — AT — C.B. RICE & CO. TAILORS AND OUTFITTERS OF BOLTON LANE. i'.un which |liily I94 Kenneth In %  the t • .i m ha Coniiif-rmrrr i: H Cittllun < t N i.,., .,it Hutchuiaon and a I naiTlaan Cetlega (inr| ('. W sSmllh. frtlee C.f C Mulllni i bthaM \ H PA K afaucal HoarHl I < & • mi < • i playing the game loi about ti.. numbar ol yean as Patterson, hue i I been In helti 1 condlU h 1 S filKHitniK ITi o I i e i local in the 0unit then |q .:mer %  %  : %  Us. Hi l l.M.I. I Ml' \< %  %  • %  : I %  MIBK.ION oolm I. -riiii-i i.ndlliani taai* 0| Hit %  •!•"" fl I -I'D ." I I'KkWUk cmckii CUIII e thai in ihl v K... Inn Match Postponed ... %  u 1 : i The Brat cricket match ol iiangc TriangulBiSchoi lh is dennltelj I which w,. i v at Hunison Colhave t.. hmi ; ven u l C(to £,. postponed J^''} 1 hwj quiel Uke Pattc Iveeaust ol condltloi %  i i • hown 'in K snl n I I Mi Gl I %  / Ml Will %  again. Mrs. I Gal %  Lima i : ;n she i %  the tlel.i. v.'n dward ll "i d i H h tiui-na. When ped m .il ill. i. tl %  lie has been a man Barbados team i which phj ^if t f n %  I..... ritla Day Postponed ...I Eli i Ins light h .i i %  if Huh nd chatting Trinidad, he won all of Un rhe W Ut local aquatli i hi ned krioiastmUw always within tru ntt Thi Fi< %  Meml ; re i I i t< ktttnd .1 pre • : || Mr. John (imlilunl. O.B.I:. t)t. W ED L'Jinl It I At Kensinulmi t>\.il II I) rODNI 1 Hit l*tirt,di vi H ushi on Shoes for Lmlivs WHITE BUCK with Cuban Heels -$9.25 COURT SHOES..._. -$6.21 BROWN CALF $ 8 92 BLACK PATENT $10-16 I ,,m t<> i i A Sly I; MODEL STORE Crn. Broad & Tudor St DIAL 3131 V M.C \



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o • unhm btoncstt 4#f\3 ESTABLISHED 1H95 BARBADOS, 25 DEAD IN JAMAICA HURRICA 030M. DAM A GE: { .*., im ; Musl THOUSANDS WITHOLTHOMES %  ! %  Ml II. I)lll1 (From Oar On i offeopeadant) KINOS'iON, Jamaica, August U. KINGSTON WAS SPLASHED, mauled, battered and left bleeding with many open wounds yesterday morning U %  hurricane burst through the city from south east to north west on Friday night causing damage estimated $30,300, 000, blocked oft" electric power, communication, water supplies and left the city isolated with thou sands homeless and at least 25 dead. Tr but not with such force It hit the cttj %  %  1... A* a result the hun %  %  ho city, uprc trees, brokidown electric povci lines end It*, dps in the harbour I • inclurii In.' Jsmdira Producer II biin O motor venal l'arlbeemHeo Pon loyal ii destroyed the MKI< Port Royal which in thi neer* das 1 as the most %  mi rnrlri. Bnd hun ai island toward L'ubn. In addition to I'm : I: Uom Of the destroyed or badly di Bthei Imports ineluding the Pall %  ; II a i I w Hi damaa) d The win %  city I Wilt) little fiH'ii. will. %  without dome st ic powei f.leanrr nrw.ipjjH'r failed to pub%  day, Kingston staggered through today In which the total 1..11 In damage and dead could not be derided while Oovarnment agendc> 1 re brigade and police rendarad rescue ami humanitarian services, using schools and churches buildings to bouse the homeleai and commandeering fd shops to lll.'tlTV. %  %  %  %  ml thai %  Kiniis1i.fi I •second I %  %  %  Bigbury Bay Goes To J'ea iiw.v >Braary iu> heft 1 urat -1 a 11 1 aim al jiwut I M p HI .or laataau, 11> Bigbur, Ba, rut short her rasa* bare u Rte leaeM of 4 raajaaal (ram gag Governor of JaaaatM tm laehaaaml assistance U. cope ulth huri" UM daaaate. from early lerday 1 rsaaag ataataiaa *rf liruudrMt 1 1 ratings and earner paraaai el of the p| r) %  raff sbaard la pseearj ion for a i.uu-k dcparlurr. Be Read) Tor Attack JOY %  AUK.. %  %  I \ ... %  %  ..1 in. K.'i %  II would foolhardy %  %  The WJII %  i, trad I %  %  1 %  rear Nortl %  W %  %  %  tfce-Uno In mat to 1 under 1 news i.i.-ickout f .< ...| Pngnaa %  t"e niokiiu! tunoaphara In t and I U %  %  I 1 ] Pn %  'iief. Kuti Sung had rfeat If l 4 It / -1 v.u> I m|c < iiih w< onlj Kb 1 %  lire conference %  the truce I I 1 seize North Korean le rrl tO r j Police Break Up -' %  'i Long Island %  YOKK. Ao t : drug peddler %  1 axed %  shol oi the week ..iiiri summer n %  1 and flrh Qaoraa Conduits, ^4. an %  "*> ''"" Furrier, begged their Imoerlnlism. Adr | Police to give Mm glwarned in h|a statamanl tl %  < ithe Communists could end the nrmisticc at Aiuunti Uwas ........ teen-aged girls fror log in o,i nK „„ thH'->.. truce line —I' P A CHAK.MI V i f .1 I U H. Ti Bl wtUi taken -.i ths meaul ol bear 1 n H their who Will 11 i ib i M %  %  %  -,..i BXPRI Britain Gives Ultimatum On Oil To Iran TEHRAN, Aug 18 | I'AIN GAVE IR,vN an ultimatum on Bator u.i> to accept il.. i HI. "i the British ..ei^otlatora and British ex m the oil fields will pack up and go home. This 1 temenl came only a few hours before the .clirilnled sho\. down neuotiating session It pr.-lii.. i .in HI me — IT. JVan Milk Will is, More W. I. Cotton —In Cloth ProductionJVa Will Attend Forestry Talks %  KINGSTON, August 8 end a repreaciiia%  tci tii t .ixtti British wealth F'/rClry Conference to be lr Lanada during Augu-st H ptasnbji i aai year. I Tho agendu for th t conferenu KINOSTON, Aufusi B | %  irnlude dineuiuiiuiu i The Jamaica Knitting Mill irvej ol for.-: %  • .. %  • u .-.. v i ,: %  ire, I %  %  net protoctioTi ducti II* %  thrash March. compel %  %  -••'-' i • ... %  . , rop id that \ island under .1 Una term con". ESermana in the miuir. t the %  bedos ICnitl bo productna > % %  *i to be uged lllffeel Boeal %  %  1 Cornmet-ting on reports that the company wn* abo it to < Hitauu %  com pen; ... 1. %  whi-,. 1 • 1 • couH be made Tho Jamaica Kmtting Mills u*> approximately 400.000 i>ouridihout 450.000 pound, of %  • %  annually. bought from the I and th,United States. Ii is "ot lha Grenada purha*C5 Will he much al %  I will be made up by |i from the usual sources. First Of Its Kind itute which 1 (jvour of %  %  %  %  Adenauer %  %  banhe of %  %  the job of en bed %  i TWO KILLED; SEVEN INJURED IN EXPLOSION ily, Aug. Two workman seven injured ouMide the Mentecatl %  %  I Gia n l Gh impa nsM Ki$se$ Vitcount %  1 %  p lerJ %  tal %  Gontrle. f Commit".' dl ol the Ri -i r U.S. GIVES U.N. $2M MKW yORJC, Auaju %  N • for $2,000.0110 for th. In J %  1 ll> K. C THALU LONl N 1 thai aei <'i e manpv dj rtamenl Induati %  us anxiety. Defei %  1 1 than double the numbei ol ^^ %  .ll %  konow em| in the production of munitiona and equipment. itut th. and uniii.. %  • %  • 1 m.iiK -the nlabeat iiguiv for tbn 1 in.. ..1.1 ll'ilian Worker Killrd Ity HUH In Indianapolis MHlUfAPOLM, Am la. i ,t...r. it,,' m la, 11 tt tr-aai pi Item Wi M hsdkw 1 m ii Hlatea ' wart la Ihs erop -aanliir. WH kO I Sanrd i> bj 1 ..i %  uaaad aon in aa batik r* saaMan. 1 he % %  II Beesaa aa %  ..!*las >"Jt i J..I>N .1.. tiuiifi hmi.ii andet die retuela sraai i1 1". aaid !• %  mi usli. laM 1. in Um i. .1 UH 1 w*4 to M1...01 1 lerlda, rreen i in. age r. in in in 11 diiee after workJa. .t . aa i.iiiK i.l.i 11, in |;i ividere. III. nets. 1 IBKRUN \ %  what the %  %  1 %  1 munlsl roul %  .". in IV',. u. Berlin police head I %  g demon died u %  %  %  •in. %  %  %  ;'. tuthorlUe sld tti.it 413 youths were Injured 1 be police ami sled 110 1 oaamu nists who fought the police I %  pnununbtl ilsiiioiwhralli 1 Brll %  %  — IT. 1 %  killed a 1. %  Ihat the by fire aboard a truck unloadlnr cylinders of gas and ehemlcaK i r tk*PT-'I 1 %  rd to ilsa the the world*! undi 1 %  1 HOOOO.OOO the total funds m. —I I6,000 Ton Coriiimal Factory W ill Soon Bo Compkstod 0 ton aiyeai %  1. factoi .1 %  lion du%  %  %  %  1 1 ftocentiv (' %  %  1 lepai 1 %  T %  mr.'il t'. %  raautt 1 M Khortage i,f corn, as the Depart, %  %  lab an pri vlou 11 wa nutde ne<'^.>i.ry by tl.. ad hv the (.• ncral I I il •' Aboul haJ I i-l .... %  1 .1 %  I i %  It, I I be Ailed b l % %  %  %  1 II a HI it .v %  %  %  M Inlernal S %  %  1 1' ho are %  I 1 %  %  %  %  1 %  it imp. %  waya. I %  I %  %  -II' %  %  1 the 1 %  Indli ated lb 1 111 "Li.' %  Wft RIO. Meanwtitli Hi wi .illon In We I 9 Chinese Reds Order Purge O/ Otmocratic Parties HONa KONO A I 1 oiimini-i %  Irs %  : t) I %  %  Inn. 1 |n full S i'i< en', the purge is against M oppoettion "i dUi %  ... %  the 1 onununthai the IUIK* aguln** leUoW U v\\\ MMI ro-t in BWutb hack will !'• %  m ide of I %  %  1. %  .,* %  %  rl up f..l d I —IT No Children! • r 1 ELAND I % %  %  1 Iran. I 1 vlci f %  rough thi . lid it-" —I'.P. I The "ADVOCATE" pay* for NEWS Dial 3113 Day or Night FAMS VOI SHOULD KNOW AFRICA!! School Damaged By Heavy Rains iiehini ompanici by ghundH van near the ccurred. . 1 %  -. 1 %  1. ..M.i 12 parti Kiw;s. A factory for the mnnuf. Heavy rains, thunder ning broki early morning hi The rain fell steadily 1 2 o'clock and 1 lightning and heavy luid weatrier The rain COOtti ten o'eloek in lh< held up. The -" eg done to t! 1 %  • James. This was %  truck !> % %  Ill 8 parts and 1 ning mnii the roof wa* *lighi l -'• parts. datnaaad The heaviest rainfall recon l-atal Niflil for Friday nlghl .. %  lha) lha 1 .ir. wo tl the thunder nnd lightning %  Hall 90 pa 1 llnw thr C" 11 paii D off I %  1 MM! have repelrs 1 • 'i" i At H0I1 towi Andrew had 17 psut 1 • 1 h other. 1 intl 1 %  trectlng the first section. %  thi %  %  %  ., 1 . Durli 1 %  —IT. School roof was slightly darr.agawakened by heavy showci %  %  aha first the re that rr.\ %  %  %  %  varel in dai %  own from th. hiah wind I hi _und put than in ,1 1 %  Many 1/ %  %  %  ( brM ( liur. h Relief A f'hr. 1 %  \'l* '*' ii%  .•KM. 1 %  %  %  going to." Th,. Members ol the < %  operative K W V K w A I Ti.,-1. %  %  th Ah no n %  %  I In 104b. Tit totalling 1173,06500 while TRINID 1 : b %  iiii.il llama and Trtnld HJ luotai t lha let. I month*, 11 ISA], r iti • M %  %  -old to . 1of Trinidad. '%  iv. Barbade Her Soo'h i.-.1 Sugai md %  uear*productnc %  I %  a me 1 %  %  %  MlKOWROOT \ ....... I 1 ith Africa will BRUNO' Ares. \/;n nrOOrV SU/.A7.7/ i\ /,/ Empty kaj earn Sfaaicf .


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Bridgetown, Barbados
Publication Date: Sunday, August 19, 1951
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unhm btoncstt
4#f\3
ESTABLISHED 1H95
BARBADOS,
25 DEAD IN JAMAICA HURRICA
030M. DAM A GE: { .*., im; Musl
THOUSANDS
WITHOLTHOMES
!
Ml II. I)lll1
(From Oar On i offeopeadant)
KINOS'iON, Jamaica, August U.
KINGSTON WAS SPLASHED, mauled, bat-
tered and left bleeding with many open
wounds yesterday morning U hurricane burst
through the city from south east to north west on
Friday night causing damage estimated $30,300,
000, blocked oft" electric power, communication,
water supplies and left the city isolated with thou
sands homeless and at least 25 dead.
Tr
but not with such force
It hit the cttj

1...
A* a result the hun.....

ho city, uprc
trees, broki- down electric povci
lines end It*, dps in the
harbour I inclurii .
In.' Jsmdira Producer II
biin O
motor venal l'arlbeemHeo
Pon loyal
ii destroyed the mkI<
Port Royal which in thi
neer* das
1 as the most
mi rnrlri. Bnd hun ai
island toward L'ubn.
In addition to I'm : I:
Uom Of the .
destroyed or badly di
Bthei Imports
ineluding the Pall
'
;
II a i I w Hi
damaa) d
The win
city I
Wilt) little fiH'ii. will.
without domestic powei
f.leanrr nrw.ipjjH'r failed to pub-
day,
Kingston staggered through to-
day In which the total 1..11 In
damage and dead could not be de-
rided while Oovarnment agendc>
1 re brigade
and police rendarad rescue ami
humanitarian services, using
schools and churches
buildings to bouse the homeleai
and commandeering fd shops to
lll.'tlTV.
ml thai
'
Kiniis1i.fi I '
- second
I

Bigbury Bay
Goes To J'ea
iiw.v >Braary iu> heft
1 urat -1 a 11 1 aim al jiwut
I M p hi .or laataau, 11>
' Bigbur, Ba, rut short her
rasa* bare u Rte leaeM of 4
raajaaal (ram gag Governor
of JaaaatM tm laehaaaml
assistance U. cope ulth hur-
i" um daaaate. from early
lerday 1 rsaaag ataataiaa
*rf liruudrMt 1 1 ratings
and earner paraaai el of the
p| r) raff
sbaard la pseearj ion for a
i.uu-k dcparlurr.
Be Read)
Tor Attack
JOY

Auk..


I
\ ...


..1 in. K.'i

II would foolhardy


The wjii
.
i, trad
I

1

rear Nortl

W

tfce-Uno In mat to 1
under 1 news i.i.-ickout
f .< ...| Pngnaa
.


t"e
niokiiu!
tunoaphara In
t and I
U
'
I 1 ] Pn
' 'iief. Kuti !
Sung had
rfeat
If l
4 It / -1
v.u> I m|c < iiih w<
onlj
Kb 1.....

lire conference

the truce I I 1
seize North Korean lerrltOrj
Police Break Up
-''i Long Island
' YOKK. Aot:
drug peddler

' 1
axed shol oi the week
..iiiri summer n
1 and flrh
Qaoraa Conduits, ^4. an "*> ,''""
Furrier, begged their Imoerlnlism. Adr |
Police to give Mm glwarned in h|a statamanl tl <
ithe Communists could
end the nrmisticc at
Aiuunti Uwas ........
teen-aged girls fror
log in o,inK thH- '->..
truce line I' P
A CHAK.MI V i f .1 I U H. Ti Bl wtUi
taken -.i ths meaul ol bear 1 n H their
who Will 11 i ib i M

-,..i BXPRI
Britain Gives
Ultimatum
On Oil To Iran
TEHRAN, Aug 18
| i'AIN GAVE IR,vN an ultimatum on Bator
u.i> to accept il.. i hi. .
"i the British ..ei^otlatora and British ex
m the oil fields will pack up and go home. This
1 temenl came only a few hours be-
fore the .clirilnled sho\. down neuotiating session
It pr.-lii.. i .in hi me East Germans
\ :.\\\ Itonlcr
Rail)
I Ct rlin Police Alerted-

U.S. Slum lil
Stand Less On
Foreign Aid
..ml 10 youths
to
The kit:-, were released aflei !
OjuesUonini Bis the routhi
were charged with Ilia
I
v i
-i i'
195 J Is Year Of Great
Progress For German?
On Roatl To Self Govt.
SAYS TAFT
hooeri

...
spending by at least
kch would
be sz64.ooo.ooo gr lei lh thai

:
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added, -ran ran -. .
1P revealed their mill!-irv def.
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i
la al Iba it
"* *7.4M,75O,0OO.
,
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board The!

the Qlll
.
I
...
F.B.I. Arrest S'i\
More Communists

.
Lack Of Manpower
Causes U.K. Labour
Govt. Great Anxiety
.
IX
BONN, August 18.
THE F.VKR GROWING proapeel of rearmu
has ma ear uf ureal pri j I l
on the road b*cl to i ivcfrnnwnt n the
iduallj to hand bat
era to German Governmental
feed up perceptibly In]
ntl .i e the A tana to
ai i join In tl the Ml


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indup.
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caught Ii last
I
.eminent has r i
i mununtot leader.-
Inea the Suprt ai Dourl
uphfid lha eonvwuoo or 11 top

fpirkig to tearh and advocata the
overthrow of the United State
ind violence,
i r

:
i .'
about

i for <

hirh would rontt
B
Said "1 "'ink
11,000.000.000 from eeo>
IT.
JVan Milk Will is,
More W. I. Cotton
In Cloth Production-
JVa Will Attend
Forestry Talks

KINGSTON, August 8
end a repreaciiia-
tci tiit. .ixtti British '
wealth F'/rClry Conference to be
lr Lanada during Augu-st
h ptasnbji i aai year.
I Tho agendu for tht. conferenu
KINOSTON, Aufusi B | irnlude dineuiuiiuiu i
The Jamaica Knitting Mill irvej ol for.-:
.. u .-.. v i ,: ire, I
net protoctioTi
ducti II* thrash March.
compel -'-'
i ...
,..,,.
rop id that \
island under .1 Una term con- ".
. ESermana
in the miuir. t the

bedos ICnitl
bo productna > ' *i to be uged
lllffeel Boeal

1
Cornmet-ting on reports that the
company wn* abo it to <
Hitauu ,
com pen;
... 1. .
whi-,. 1 1 couH be
made
Tho Jamaica Kmtting Mills
u*> approximately 400.000 i>ourid-
ihout 450.000 pound, of
annually.
bought from the I
and th,- United States. Ii is "ot
lha Grenada pur-
ha*C5 Will he much al
I '
will be made up by |i
from the usual sources.
First Of Its Kind
itute which
1 (jvour of



Adenauer


banhe of

the job of
en bed

i
TWO KILLED; SEVEN
INJURED IN EXPLOSION
ily, Aug.
Two workman
seven injured
ouMide the Mentecatl
I
Gia n l Gh impa nsM
Ki$se$ Vitcount
.
1

p lerJ

tal
Gontrle. f
Commit".'
dl ol the Ri
___________________-i r
U.S. GIVES U.N. $2M
MKW yORJC, Auaju
N
for $2,000.0110 for th.
In J
1
ll> K. C THALU
LONl n
1 thai aei <'i e manp- v
dj rtamenl Induati
. us anxiety.
Defei !' 1
1 than double the numbei ol ^^.llko- now em|
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SHOULD KNOW
AFRICA!!
School Damaged By Heavy Rains
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ompanici by ghundH
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Heavy rains, thunder
ning broki
early morning hi
The rain fell steadily 1
2 o'clock and 1
lightning and heavy
luid weatrier
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ten o'eloek in lh<
held up. The -"
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James. This was truck !> Ill 8 parts and 1
ning mnii the roof wa* *lighi l -' parts.
datnaaad
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the thunder nnd lightning

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Fun with tin- CUl i
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"IS NIK II II
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'THE OUTLAW"
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All Slurs Tult-nl Auilitiun
TODAY 9.30 o.m.
MISTKROli;
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KK.I EARIn thr Vrllnw i .ti-.r
Mll.ll (For ChildrenIn thr Blur Carton.
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  • COI GIIH( HEKT COLD-SORE THROAT and all .kid.
    of MI'SC n.AR ACHES AMI PAINS.
    MCSTEROI.E iil.iM. concuUori awlfth and offrclivelv
    V.u should nrvrr l- without a jar pMtaW. Its MC8TEROEE" lor both adulU jnd rhlldrrn.
    RETAIL PRICE: 2/8 A JAR.
    in.! .... ,i.i. at
    Metr BOOKER'S (B'dot) DRUG STORES LTD.
    Broad Strerl and Alpha Pharmaiy. Hatllni*
    And at ALL IIRCO STORES
    Acid
    Stomach I
    R O Y A I.
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    Thr Republic
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    with Mfsrc
    FIGHTING & TIIRILI-S^
    to pltsiM.- you.
    "LIGHTS OF OLD
    SANTA FE"
    il.. EVANS ft
    Roy HOOF.nS
    AND
    WAKE OF THE
    RED WITCH"
    Juhn WAYNE ft
    Call RUBBBUi
    HONDA1 I TFE8DAT
    4..10 and R Ifl
    III.- Pcpublu WlK'lv S.-IIHI
    ' DANCERS OF
    THE CANADIAN
    MOUNTED"
    Siarrinii
    Jim ItANNON
    Virulnio I1FJ.MONT
    See thr 4'anadlan Mountrd
    Pollrr In Arllon !
    O L Y lH P I C
    TODAY UK) TOMORROW 4 4fl A BIS
    Final Instalment
    Your Favourite Star
    TOM TYLER In
    The Republic All Actum Sorlrl
    "ADVENTURES OF
    CAPTAIN MARVEL"
    TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY 4 30 A- 8.15 pm.
    Republic's Action Double
    ROT H'K;eHS DALE EVANS In
    'YELLOW ROSE OF TEXAS"
    AND
    "TUCSON RAIDERS"
    Si.illine WILT) BOX FI.I.IOTT CARRY HAYES
    Rlmmis Acllon ol the Wwt
    THURSDAY ONLY 4.30 ft i.15
    Rfpulillc Double . .
    ADELE MARA-ROBERT ARMSTRONG In
    "EXPOSED" murdki
    AND
    "THE LAST BANDIT" western)
    BUrrlni wn.n iii.i. flliott forrest TUCKKH
    Suipenar I Arllon '.
    Iteatibevfryuripl,
    acid doe not pcmit you to
    njoy a n.**1 without lufforing di.-
    comtoribui liKk.ly thor i. a tale
    rafnodr thi brm(t quit* relief
    1 DlSrlAG (B.iLtrated Majtia.ia). U
    ittaUict Ihe oacan acid and
    enablei you to digoat Mithout suffer-
    inj itomach pain, hoartborn or
    ftatoler.ee. 'BISHAG' ti well-known
    throughout the world, and hat lor
    man/ rein proved a reliable help to
    tufferert from excen uomach acid
    Get a Dottle today.

    -
    1 B Williams. I'land Cnm-

    the hittM*'
    award of ih" Gin Guldei A
    1 ti'.n antl iv givi
    M
    loffers lonj to
    Han
    Trinidad Arrivala
    JAR and Mrs. Preaton Watson
    aL*P flew in from Trinidad yesier-
    , day morning by B.W.I.A. to ipend
    about nine days' holiday in Bar-
    bados. They are staying at the
    ''!'..'. H .> Di
    Is the urBeon at the Colonial
    Hospital in Port-oC-Spiain
    Mr and Mrs. RoUtI
    td by thr lame plane.
    haWa for one wrek and
    are also guests at thr o. i
    H.itfl Mi Marshall i'
    of thr Caribbean Development Co.
    LiH in Trinidad.
    To Settle in Canada
    MR MAURICE THOMAS son
    u
    of nmaont* i<-r< roi
    Canada yesterday by T.C A Hi
    plans to srttlr in Saskatchewan.
    Leaving hv thr same Dial
    Mrs Munrl T.i
    Btiurni- and Mist. Mary Bourne
    Dm on about (WO
    months' holiday. Other paasengers
    to Canada were Mr. and Mrs
    Fred Winter who haQ been in Br-
    |..,rl'.- HI .i hort holuliiA
    New Production
    THE liarbadob Dramatic Club
    is busy rehearsing 'SEE HO*
    IMEV KUN". a tomerfy wMcfl
    had a terrific London success. The
    oast of tbb. production < -
    .ption-llv stronu. and include
    Pauline Doweling. Aim* Mus-
    nvfi MriP MilU. Jama* Cros-
    snuth and Oliver Jamat. The 1'1'>
    is being produced by Willu.m
    Bertallan. und will be perfunne.1
    at the Empire on Wedn<-sd:.v
    J9th.. Thursday 20th nnd Fndav
    i -ember, with Matinee
    on rriday 2lst. Beptambar.
    With Barclay. Bank
    MR. KEITH LEWIS. /Ip1IH#MI
    son ot HV.
    liruic Lawtl of Christ Church
    ,.rnvcd tram Hi itisli QulBna 00
    w, iines,!.iV avenlng by I'.w.i.A
    lo spend three weelt*' holidny
    with his parents Keiih is with
    Barclays Bank in Georgetown.
    Arriving by the same plane wi-
    Mr. Anthony McConney .son id
    Mr. and Mrs Owen MeCnnney.
    Also with Barclays Bank in
    Goorgetown. he too has come over
    to spend u holiday with h
    MR AND MRS. DESMOND TUDOR
    MtiavM Ycaterday
    YESTERDAY afternoon at S-
    M.ifi ,
    di t'll'M.i. J...l;;N!iv ..' Vl !'
    f "Ratho
    Mill". St. Vincent. / married
    to Mr. Desmond Tudor. s.ti ol Mt,
    Colin Tudor ol s
    ' i. ramonj which took pi
    Bsh

    Three Weeks
    it...
    id M:
    .in-i their taUbt-year-oM
    daughter nrrivnl from Trinidad
    rterday inoniit.^ I P i .
    (I three weeks' holiday with
    R. Boon of the "Farm. St.
    Michael.
    inf. flight were
    i
    Alton "f JubUce
    aui-
    IV!
    ss?
    >
    Miss Mary "Tucker ol Ga/Tison
    Road, Mr Colin

    Canada and U.S.
    R. Jt. I). LISLE DeViB 01
    Dear ampanlad
    > Mi Dai efl esteruay morn-
    live
    la
    formed '.v Rev II E, GnBth
    The Uriie |g|H
    marriuge by her father, wore
    dress of satin wit.
    down tha

    caught up on either
    i ISM
    The Bridesmaids were """ing '1
    . Tudor and iw4ks. ^ .
    Mua Yvonne pu... VIIM vveck M1 ,.
    all dressed alike. Tbeir light bine Acting
    with hlii' I
    halo hats nada of bin. laet \MR and Mrs. Paul PasaJ
    match mid cm, IVI oatuglataf ihanna ar-
    gerberas of pastel shades and rived from Canada jrajaj l
    nnehaelmiis daisies. T.C.A. Mr. PaplIlOfi Iw coma
    The flower (trill wen Angela down tO " al "o-oi Mac-
    Tudor and Elizabeth Cartwrlghl. Kenm. T.C A Hesid.-in Engineer
    Thev wore whlt> '. "MK for .9*"la.!
    trimmed with pink and l>lue for-
    get- me-nots. Thev eaiT,
    baaketa filled wrtl ra*
    r
    |ta and Uv i
    .
    Hau
    Redman
    i- going
    IttUMl
    i.Iv. He
    and Mr.
    until nis
    Engaged
    -she aiiaaji rnanl
    AfteV'th,. reremonv.. rOCepi *
    .... i,_i,i ... hi..,,, u. i HO^. son ol Ml. and
    family.
    Returning in September
    MR. HUBERT KIN'CH left 7* -
    terdH\ for Bermuda bj
    T.C A He will also vLsit sevrrnl
    part* of C-mada before returninj!
    to Barbados sometime in Septem-
    ber
    was held al Stats. E. -
    the honeymoon is barai
    Hall!-he:..
    Back For Christmas M
    : 1 ;: ol Wejchafl,
    Michael, and Miss Jot:
    filter of Mrs. Ina Roach
    of Pilgrim Place. CttftSl C
    A *mnll pattj was held to mark
    i
    JOCKEY FRANK (j NE'L flew to
    Cannda jValtaTdaQ b;. T.C.A. on
    hi way to England He cvprc's
    to return to (he W I Deermtiei
    when he will b intian-it through DtlN'; husband is
    Barbados by TC.A. on his way to - Miy other |ob It heh
    Incidental Intelligence
    Trinidad for the Trinidad Turf
    Club'' Chrlslmas meeting.
    happen to like th)
    Aelor Dan Ourped.
    BISMAG
    IISURATED' MAGNESIA
    Ta*t(. e*I "a-iiw SMd * at Ck*mi.i.
    rill: BARBADOS
    REGIMENT SPORTS
    lllR
    ANNUM DANCE
    SATURDAY
    September 15.1951
    CAN THIS BE
    POSSIBLE?
    YES!
    THE NEW "KITCHENCRAFT"
    WATERLESS
    COOKER
    Cooks 4 Dishes with one Heat
    Conveniently shaped for preserving,
    boiling and stewing
    Excellent for serving foods at
    picnics
    Hun '">/ from... THE > I HIM It \UHtl
    JOHNSON'S 'CHINA WARE
    In Rose. Blue and Golden Dawn
    TEA. COFFEE. DINNER AND BREAKFAST SETS
    You can make up your own set replace breakages and add
    to your set at will
    BCOCO FIBRE DOOR MATS
    .STRONG ENAMEL KETTLES
    S2.40 and 32.53
    3 & 4 Pts. $156 and $210
    I. k. i:vv\s a win 11 ii;iJfS
    DIAI- 4606
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    M\l;\\ U (,[ si hi. 1951
    SUNDAY ADVlK \TI
    HAOK thru:
    FARMAND GARDEN SEWING CIRCLE
    I.
    m
    By AGRICOLA
    Tlir Knurrs' A. B. C
    Firnun should keep this simple
    auide handy and loak n oni froan
    nmr to time lo in if they are
    miseina any of tls precepts.
    AGRICULTURE i> ih.
    lion of biology tn pr.uliial
    purposes.
    Attack diseases and pests before
    Ihey attack your pocket-book
    Ammonia lost reduces the value
    of the manure
    BIOLOGY ti the Klence of life.
    Us forces, forms and activi-
    tiesstudy it
    Buy as much litnd as you can
    pfperly care forno more.
    f^OMMfcftCIAL principles ap-
    Vj phctt to sericulture lead to
    success
    Check all wasteAnd a use for
    everything
    Chemical mnnurei like drugs arc
    good if rightly useil
    T~vRAINS choked carry no water.
    \J Dnvt animals without abus-
    ing them.
    Dirty stables are a danger In the
    health of your animals
    EXHAUSTION of till
    lo an exhituoiwl bank
    Knuch the soil and lw <
    return.
    FRUITS selected and carefully
    packed will bring highest
    prices.
    Foul pastures make poor livestock.
    GOLD is contained in U
    er's dung heap
    Guarantee Hood crops by good
    work
    UMUS is rich in plant food
    SELECT for planting the best
    seeds or cuttings fretri the best
    plants.
    Sanitation is as necessary to alanfe
    and animals as to ma.
    Starving animals or plants will
    .viter.
    Mir implements from ihe
    weather when not In use.
    TRANSPLANT witnoul injuring
    the young plants.
    Tools should be kept in repairs
    ready for use of all time*.
    "Thumb Rule" is no rule
    UDDERS should be washed bo-
    lore milking
    VACANT Urtda are prontloea
    and often harhour poets.
    Ventilate dwelling houses and
    stablaa
    WOUNDS, whether on animals
    or plants, require dressing
    Wood diseased should (>e cut out
    and destroyed.
    Weeds are robbers.
    Water supplies should be kept
    pun
    Whitewash stables and other out-
    I mil din at* frequentK.
    XANTHIC (yellow) divuloura-
    non of haves denote* un-

    YRLO aV l tdi rajah oq f\m--
    M*ht
    Yuung plants are easily suffocated
    by weedsgive them air.
    ZEST is imparted to life by
    work well done
    N It In fnrm ;ind substance
    the above follows an early Trini-
    dad Agri< Society Paper.)
    H. I'KNNY NOLAN & ANN
    MUNI w i
    PATCH POCKETS
    have been very much
    to) vogu* lately and ar# an eatsy
    way to make a plain drew very
    l They should be planned
    carefully to harmonue with the
    design of the dress and to help
    emphasize the beet prints <>f Urn
    figure. Here lies a great oypor-
    t unity for creative destgu which
    may be attempted by the amateurs.
    Pockets may be of all shapes and
    Leaf. Contrj>ling material ma*
    N- u*ed nnd various faUeVMetJnjJ
    trims are possible Buttons trim-
    ming pockets are very smart
    Mtike n paper pattern uf >uui
    pocket design drawing in all the
    detail! like hem or flap m beanBal
    or any other trim. Hold this pat-
    tiMi ui> Ua yourself at the intcnd-
    D in front of j mirror
    Since your pattern is only paper
    ymi may make as many changes
    a necessary to arrive at a per-
    i> -ign.
    but require WTJ cuii-ful pressing
    and stitching for a really pro-
    fessional jppeaiance. If there i*
    I,, ha "> Uun on* |M.ki-i ol the
    *aroe sue and shape, cut a card-
    board pattern of the pocket with-
    out seams and use this as a mold
    to press the seams on t*> that each
    pocket may be exactly alike.
    If tin- pocket bj to have n hem
    make the first turning for the hem
    HI the machine nnd prew
    right s.drs togethcr
    Stitch down i* -h stdos of hem
    uani seams and turn. Tho hem
    may then ha finished hy hand or
    machine.
    Small pockets are easier t
    finish If they nre fully lined Whr-
    makinjj any po. hi
    a facing study the Utuat
    fully We usually (hid ihid Hating*
    such a p.-cket costs little if any
    FOR AMAIEIRS
    H
    Hill lands require ilnnm
    as flat lands
    INSECTS bear inUgfelnfl -Us*)
    may be friends 01 th
    enemies
    Improve your soil and I
    revenue.
    CAN YOU TAKE A PICTURE
    LIKE THIS?
    i good
    M
    JUSTICE to labour marks
    master
    KICK the man who kicks the
    horse (or any kind of animali.
    Know all about agriculture, but
    give your neiahbour CTOdH tot
    knowing something.
    LAND earns nOMJ la ptOUOC-
    lion to the care bestow i>d on it.
    Li/ards. toads and birds are the
    farmer's friendsprotect them.
    Lime swo-tens acid soils.
    OISTURE in the soil |g con-
    troUad by drainage and cul-
    tivation
    Mortgages unpaid do not admit of
    luxuries
    Management shows in results.
    Muke-
    run.
    Mulch protects th" soil and
    luimm to It
    Mildewed feed is dangerous.
    ITKOXiKN is an important
    plant food naturnl manures
    supply It
    Nature leaves nothing to chance
    all is cause and avYt at
    for them.
    OBSERVE Nature, think Bad
    learn.
    Old methods belong to
    new methods to to-day
    iHEPARE the land thori
    N,
    PENNY NOLAN
    extra cloth and makat for an
    easier, neater job. The | Nickel ami
    lining may be stitched right side*
    together leaving an opening*
    la turn thn.ugh. Ti mi aaasna. turn
    and press carefully Cloae the
    i pemng through which you turned
    with hidden stitches.
    The handling of the scons in ..
    THtcket i very important. Then
    should be no bulk showing on laW
    Trim the seams to about
    a quarter of an Inch Oul '
    corners should be milled w nont
    luttlng. To do thl
    the seam Bllowaneaa U*
    the scam open at the I AWT, " *j
    ;( triangle across the corner nnd
    refold seams OVtr the triangle.
    Press and baste carefully Inawa
    corners must be clipped to lb*
    point before the hem can be
    turned.
    Inside or conc.ive eUTTCa BUM
    be ellppetl to make the SMI* lay
    liat. OuUlde or ccmvrx curve*
    need small wedge ha*
    cut oul of the seam t i nap ii at
    making extra bulk.
    Pin the pocket in place ..I i M
    second fitting Re vary careful to
    place it straight and at the meat
    becoming location Often chtuiRlnu
    the position of .1 |-oeket ju-t
    slightly will make oil BM dMNr-
    enco In the appcamnce <# a dres.-
    Baste in place rarefully.
    Stitch close lo the odgv. Be
    sure to keep stitching an even dis-
    tance from the edge. Piyot on the
    needle for square corner*. Begi'i
    and end stitching by reveising a
    few stitch**. ,k
    The (.arden In AuguM
    rMiusellias. Oleandern; A Tip
    Kor Vuur I ,i\'m
    i Hook, we learn
    thai August ia the month lor cut-
    ting back the single Poineettia
    Double PoinsetUaft should hnv-
    brrn cut u.. v, some mostthe agiv
    . h The reason for thi.
    dsflaranea
    these two species, the single, and
    the double, is ihat the douul*
    Poinsettin is MM vigxr^
    slower growth than the single
    and so needs a longer time aftei
    'in cut back to come !
    1: .auiity again, llolh double an
    ingle Poinsettias how-e\ 1 1

    that it is doubtful if aaj M bat
    (it uble kind was cut back as ear*<
    aauai. However il does M
    ava mada any dirrereiuv
    for the double Poinsettias are all
    p
    thev erlll well BOWn enougl
    by Christmaa. Poln-
    avar it Cnrlabn
    |Uat wheat many other tluwci-. .n
    M *te*l iheir lovel>
    1 nieui tn ^. -.uiuuie u
    eiilour to the Christmas season.
    rhaj am hardti psanta, and grov
    K from cuttings, am
    rtce thev ara eslabhshill. give ii'
    .rouble fur Ihey neesi uatti
    ntt'-nli""
    Oleanders
    Another thiwer shrub tha.
    should be cut back Uf..ic 11
    igon i> the Qleandai
    Hut here again this cutting bact
    j ."' 01 rhi>|.'
    far thoaa
    .seem none the worse (01 U, uiiu
    ki.'w into huge bushes that
    fiowar wen.
    oliandem -ic voiy lovely, am
    ihey are hardy shrubs, grown
    ' cry easily from cutting. These
    1 .lungs can be started n oil n
    the usual way. or they can U-
    '.iHed in water, where they will
    1 SUjita quickly
    I he colour of the flowers of the
    ..ii ions specie* vary, being purv
    h le. i.-le pink, deep pink and
    while there is also a very
    l> \e|y double one of a crushed
    u..wherry shade Strangely this
    doubia Oleander is the only sweet!
    .'-nted one. the others having no
    ' 1 -lit at all. j
    Oleanders like a light sandy
    soil In an open sunny pnl. and a- '
    they can giow into hug* busheb.
    It I! beet to allow the ihiub olen
    . v nf space. They will tolerat*
    fairly dry conditions.
    ['lowering takes place more or
    ..II throuKh the year, with the
    peak time from December to
    March.
    suniinii PnicflM
    In Vimr IffaWpi
    Your Real Life Tcaid Free
    W. -1
    zottt t|u rah point*, sat* Ha U
    to it nWB lha ikill af PwiWii Ta*ra.
    tndu* mort bmou. Aiiroloe*". who "J
    -.,- k 1 -i
    anayeai
    ..>H(1B MM KS\ ^^ \ *
    VorS MIL.r- Hi-1 TjU.*. mm! S*m-
    * Mroa nut of Mvoiul-aighi
    . 1
    *ma you rfUOt your Astral I
    linn U *au toraai*
    - *nd dal*
    ..f kii -11 essstti win. *n u,ii
    \ .... .1 .
    -
    Ocdri fair sUlsancn la-UmuiiLaU air I
    van am he
    raw aakUft atnia 1
    id.ii Hal be 11.-4. 1
    1'IT TABI'lir ti.,i HI I'll-1
    rarfetl in eat, Be aaai a. l"a... i*aM*
    adies
    ^Dresses
    ' J n>l innin hftt 11 I 111
    AnHmmI "/ llii
    famo* "/fatty
    zHurlford and
    "Me SVour "
    nun/ Mint pietty
    an n i tv&ptm < tuth
    \* Lhdaa :!..' -
    J for CockusUi or V7a)-
    *5 "lings, ibt prvttlett thl
    hoWTt, In POrMll
    match any eninniDlr).
    Manure
    Danl ba maan la raui garden
    ins wet season but give it a gen-
    li.atlnn of manure fpOB
    P
    Plants are living beings treat
    them as such.
    Parasites cause disease
    both animals and plantsexter-
    minate then
    Phosphaiic man
    of fruit.
    Personal supervision i1* the In'st
    of supervision
    QUARANTINE your cultivation
    against all diseases and pests,
    wuarter your livestock well 1;
    pays
    ROADS ill-kept are anpanertre
    roads.
    Regulate your work so tl
    thing is done at the right lime
    in the right way
    Return to the soil as much as you
    take awayor more.
    Roolp are the fodini; organs of
    plantsdo not injure them
    a, .11 you ma> win $60 00
    with it in the Advocate's Holiday
    Inaji rompi-utiun.
    Each week in the Kerning Ad-
    veesle. sorting Monday. 27th
    August, three of the best holidn/
    pholw, submitted in the previous
    artah Will be published. In these
    senu-nniils of the competition
    YOU. OUH HEADERS will be th-f
    JUDCrS. The snap that gets tho
    *\ ill win $10.00 and for
    1 two photos published
    Hag will be pau.
    The prize winning photos in the
    M-ini-flnals will be judged for the
    imalk b' 1 panel consisting of the
    end two well-known kxul
    phuiOMaph.n-s. The 1st prize will
    and M J15.
    The i.uli. ;l the Final ludring
    aUJ ipgeaaj at the Adveeate
    1 hrlatmaji Simnlrment.
    The HOLIDAY SNAPS COM-
    PETITION starts TO-DAY and
    pictures will be received not later
    than 4 p.m. Thursday each week
    until the end of October. Send
    yours m EARLY with the coupon
    Competitors must send a poat-
    well as the negative. Prints and
    negatives cannot be returned un-
    less a stamped and addressed en-
    velope is enclosed.
    Judging coupons will appear n
    Monday's Evening Advocate.
    HOLIDAY SNAPS
    COMPETITION
    I am submitting the enclosed
    Photograph which was taken
    by myself.
    The Caption is...........................
    Signed ........................
    UA'w. R'iw Export*
    Likely To Rise
    GEORGETOWN, Aug 16.
    liriliah iiin.iii.i- new expwu
    loi fhe current crop year are
    Jikely to rise to a new record of
    M.000 tons, thanks mainly to fin-
    ancial assistance received from
    Colonial Development and Welfare
    for drainage and irrigation iforta
    <>i t'ii 1 '
    01 which 5,000 ..d'lilioiial acres
    of land had been made c|ilua<
    .tie by the end of 1950.
    This forecast of the
    of Rlge MarkeUnu Ho-uu, rton
    John Fernandez, was given after
    a week's survey of the production
    position on Corcntyno and 00
    East Coast DumerarB and West
    Coast Berblce. Ha aald "aearj
    square yard of land available on
    Coientyne is planted."
    In IfflO. Brftlsh Oulaau
    ed just over 2,000 Ionshighest
    1n Ihe history of the Hoard. Tr.is
    was valued at nearly H.wai.Oflu
    v.r.
    Don't bv
    his
    pplieatlnn of manure rpea
    manure if possible 1. Now that i
    ..re h.ivlng Mich lm, |. showers i^
    the lime to manure, and shrub*
    md vines that have been cut back
    will respond, and Dower all UM
    liettcr for it when their turn
    comes. I
    Tip*. About Your Lawn
    Here in a tip frac.i the owner of l
    H very bei'iitiful lawn, nnd one ]
    a/ho hnowi u lot about th*' unstr< 1 1
    of lawns.
    Weed ihe says) spreads more
    mpldly on a lawn when- llu- Ball
    is 1. |H>or condition This ||
    betausi- |>onr soil will -upporl
    weed, when ii <,iiinot wppmt
    l 1 ass.
    To rami dy Uw L a good i-iking. Tlifii
    thick layer of good bla> k sifted
    mould over the fAOU
    lha l.iwn Water, the grass will
    nuickiy push through th.- atfted
    mould. When it in well up, give
    an application V 0 M (Vegc-
    'able gnplen manure) and keep
    tlie whole I-iwn well watered
    Soon the devils gia-s will he si
    :mck and vigorous that tin
    tijority of the a/gad will be
    oked out. nnd what little does
    appear ran more easily be con-
    trolled and got rid of.
    It's .1 Up worth trying.
    IShe fModern
    )ress Shoppe
    Binud Si reel
    1

    Ipana for teeth
    y?^"^
    TO HQHT DECAY
    lovelier eurvea... ami
    lli>- IkmhiKhI lift of
    mafdenforms
    Mjli.leili-lle
    ^..iii't' li^uic- ;.! i n 011.lei fill
    till from Maid.-,f..i ii.'. MaioV
    . I Dalnli ^-1 -- iiiw-
    oliltolliliu M.11.ten. lie* y\\+%
    superb upporl .m.I h-tirc ieS>
    a ration. ome hooac youri
    toda)' In v ->>! favorite fabrli .
    ' 1 Maiaouform litas-
    ? "ii j.....i.uli- oal) in the
    l mi. staiea al Onating.
    Than is a
    Mauleii Hwi
    1.11 arer) i-i' el figure.
    Ipana for gums
    TO KttP TfeETH HEAiTHY
    HEALTHIIRTCITH Ipana'l onlojDS t mm rcdiKTS
    i id-forming bacteria, thui fiirhmw nxih decay n well as
    hrunhing teeth estra-white. " out ol 10 I' I Jctiumk
    atlvusatc Ihe Ipana way of" denial care.
    HEALTHIER GUMS Mas-age wuh Ipana is ihe
    complement ol tlu'i. 11 v11 Inns on 1 iHv -nmu-
    l.ues the naTat] pt1*BWTJng thai heslthv liinm >
    dcntisli like BO MM And rcrm-inhci, oval \ Ol tOOUl
    losses are caused by |um trouble*.
    Ipana for both

    to MAAi. you. IcivfJit
    It&jr
    POND'S
    I'ONBl COIU CBti VM to clcar.se and sofleo
    3'otir akin,
    PONB'S VANISHINC CBEAM
    to protect your akin by day and to hold your
    powder matt.
    jfftf ti&*J$Majk 'RoAvjA*.
    MNI'i FACt POnilUi clinging.
    perfumed, sceintifically blended, for
    glamorously matt complexion. PNaa>'e 1IPVIICK smooths
    an easily onto your lips; tha
    rich vibrant colour stays on
    and on and on.
    Here is a range of beauty products used) by lovely society women every-
    where. Simple and inexpensive, they art all you need to keep you looktns*
    flawlessly lovely, feeling your very best at all times. You will find them
    at all the best beauty counters.
    TRIUMPH OVER
    PAIN
    QUIKINE TH F0UH1H INGtEDIEXJ IN AMSCW
    How doa ANACIN raln pain to Int. 10 a*acttely A la* yr
    jjo itdm| i m dUeo ol three UatOui madicmai (Phsntcatin, Caltlna md Ac*t rhSnCylM Acid)
    with MKMIh uigredientQUtiaail And Aniiml Qum.na sell
    irAfrgni.eo'/y wuh iKa otM' iridKmaa to tootiia t(hi. anng down
    levenih temperaiuies, retiorc iaal tame of walt-bei"( '
    ^STOP COLDS^
    with
    ensic
    /* tufftr tr%m
    nf t laase paima
    I f Tootnache '
    pj Henitrual Pi
    fro*" fever Colds' Headache* '
    Rheumauvn Neuralf..* '
    Pskns' Than ANACIN' w.ll
    mad.ata relief, uw out
    ling ipead '
    CABT OFF PAIN AT ONCE'
    "ei. tor a very mde /ou caa bvr a 2-Ublet envelope of 'ANACIN '
    enough t kfiag rou Uit rein' (roaa a bout of pam 'Anacm H alto
    avulsbJe in handy 20-uDlet ko>ei sad M bottiei of SO tabled Share
    n tha beneflii of this g'Ht new tcloniiflc discovery '.
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    tightness and pain behind the eyes. They
    bring down high temperature, relieve stuffy,
    congested leclin",s, at the same time soothing
    the nerves and counteracting depression.
    The Baatatt and pains of 'I-lu disappear in
    no time. PHENSIC tablets act quickly
    and safely. They neither harm the heart
    nor upset the stomach. Keep a supply of
    PHENSIC tablets by you always.
    Ph
    emstc
    TWO TABLETS '"
    BRING QUICK ^"
    RELIEF C
    Doctors and den- recoa-rn'r.-j ANACIN la Greai
    Britain alone o-" 12.001 use It In their lurgarlM.
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    mm
    SI \D.\Y ADVOCATI.
    SUNDAY, AUGUST 19. 1951
    A> now worn in London
    1
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    ibc bciici local

    fitting for men
    Art r<
    Genet.i idol) lid
    iPO ftoa 2'). 14 B*ga SmM, Bnd|Eci<
    ALL OVER III! WORLD
    Good mornings Begin with Gillette
    It*l the best of the lot
    To shau' likv a Scot
    With a Btae GOMtC Blade
    Sharpie I cdyc cut madi*.
    SeoUmen, tike shrewd judge*
    all over, tin' earthi km?* there
    is no im M 01
    economical shave tli in with a
    Blue Gillette Blade, ii lui-. the
    iharpesl edges nod I >n
    of an) Made evet ide
    Blue Gillette Blades
    TKAUt I siji IKII I in I
    ENGLAND WIN TEST
    SERIES WITH S. AFRIC
    ih o. & iti'i'i \
    t

    I mi have
    UI WI.KK RIGHT
    01

    mat lo ratal] U
    I
    i hmi (hat

    | pointed (Kil 1 i
    England
    Waal indies had
    .
    ncket I '
    tatue,
    NOT FOUR. Bl'T FIVE
    i>.' St ol "Ui laaportunli i pie like
    " -He capable of
    from away, era were DOt only granted our request of
    i l '.tphorical
    Dfli] going
    . :. In being panted tour day Test statue bui we were
    going to be civi ii live.
    aeti agataat the faint-
    hearted and sunshine experts but It has BOM down la history that the
    tour was the most su< > Ol nil angles and tin
    'ely justified.
    | oinpaiison to note that only one of Ihc ftVO
    raffta Of Hit South African toui nuded for th scheduled flv day*.
    EMPIRE 1)1.1 E \T ). )f.P.a
    Rain* Wash Out Oiher Matvhfs
    OUt play in all but MM ol the I
    A the third
    T'.*-rr was ptay only at Empire ground! where Empire won
    i
    I ee .-hen his
    riatit b> two m was S. Ar.
    wfian their lii-* d take an easy
    1 B9 Burke
    three runs. The
    I open
    Ith U8 for five .tore with a single. When the
    eir second score was 37. Holder Hu> caught
    tonin s rron, ihc second day at 4.5 behind the
    v Backets after lunch field* joined Cave and was
    inaJngi . 'cl 0 runt. (,1T, drawn. Empire ha >>'. I bO TJW.PJ i ir.t uaaSass si
    over tight of which were maid- iw*U11 "*; (SM -ktu
    I -- r topaeored for Y.M.P.C. i
    i second innings with 21 |!
    ivn tuns bi win th .
    Empire a' Iho i

    48 ni:. I :,.,k> ,'
    start whan iii.v i<> \ three of then "
    batsmenHum. Bta
    I on"
    run. Holder v\. ,1,-ed
    up the position and .i
    with 24
    REFLECTIONS
    Record-Urea king Crvolvs
    lly lit*Ik in
    FURTH1
    * Sun.n
    of the w
    i well K tatrc

    ii on tin.' diverse result* at our
    meeting causes one to think
    I the good losers
    was one who I would single out
    rStlDSJ i*. KuulU tn- the
    Hku
    H P f a U-iui
    Kuikr b Barkri
    b Mold"
    l.i ii Ruddvr
    MiMihrr . Uarlrr b Holder
    Edtflall I.
    Iltanhri b Fteld*
    Holder
    'iint b Klna
    ds b l(-l!"t
    '
    I' rnt



    b

    i
    tyi old.
    i'l RSONAL TRIUMPH

    nnii Inatai i
    10 for 119.
    I
    1 mi will ranambar htan
    i ..r ihc lllltt M:.C.
    '
    He a-ik. nodi I
    Iwerful -n di faa1 i i

    . nd ins bowllnf was

    New Eea-

    IndivHual
    TOOK TEN UK Ki is
    n6a j"iin u iba
    .
    will help fan
    DOS. Before JI. i l.ihl
    Uon bowlers
    .uiic.
    two IV i matches \- India al Loni's and
    M A \ < 11 toi .. 11 Hdckati (oi 111 runs .it
    . ,
    BEST FIBST M'l'iAKWd.s
    * me took I for and t tot 17, All
    VaientuM I England In ins
    M : sster, i50.
    n as In then- tirst
    Marriott, I sfaittp
    and i hi> bardaon rat bujtaiwf, n \
    A Hall for South At

    .
    . | I.
    t tiim i BlyttM .i tun i .\ P I n 8 limes, W J
    ii Pi lunkta
    TABU; tennis championship
    C i iii ip of the
    ' . nlaht. Bias) U irraj ol s> i
    ! thre>
    won Iha m
    d |ba second "i m Murrav won the other two II LI and
    il15.
    ol Barns defeated Worrell by three straight
    tamea. Grecnldge won 21 11. a tough
    urttt and Worrell, although Im I lent parformanca
    i mora asperii
    Nnnnun OIU had an SSflJ walk OVOl whan be met Shields. Gill
    i ^'118.
    I.A1HKS SEMIFINALS
    /"\NLY one of the games of the esml-Anali For ihc Ladh
    ^-^ Temns chainpionship of iba Island was playad. In
    P Howard defeated Htm B. Carrlngton 1811, 2114, 2111, 2022
    nd 1312.
    The nnais of all the chai 1 will be bald at y.m ivc. ea
    day night. His Excellent y Ihe QOVtrnnf and l.nly SDVage
    "end.
    It L* good news lo hear that IbO A: lltaJBSjUuj ,. match
    Iba Island sad Quean's Cohani of Brtuab Guiana. This
    match will be ut Y.M.P.C. on Friday night, Quaanl College has on
    lhatr if.mi "Mniii.1'. Moan who 'i-1 enh I British Guiana ! Ua
    1 anrjlonshtpe last year.
    bast ' '-
    ash
    Tuwa
    r.n oi wlckvu: I for S. S I
    n 1
    l\ S lur 44. ., .. 14_ '
    I lor m<
    BOWI INQ ANALYSIS

    wkpr "Arrh*!
    Cave nit 11 rut
    1nd1v11lo.il score.
    K. Branker anil I. Burke
    I of 1
    dngs. ,; ; -8
    "liy started alter lunch wltta on
    Y.M.P.C. continuing *' '!
    nnaa mUs .i-..
    aoskei .11. wkpi iArthi
    ,
    be cb in bowled Vrchar who had *, ,,,'
    ron-mued the ii nlngS with E.
    Branker. Archer
    one run. Ku-kler seni down the
    inri it was
    a maiden
    1 but the
    outneid a 1 Rudder
    bowled .. .,
    I Green-
    ball of
    K over of the da;
    up the BO on the tin- .'.
    i". Bri Iai
    wh. 11 -ne wkdMUkewpai drooped L 25 1
    tarn oil the bowling . ,,,- .... M 4
    owli r Kins
    A ft Plo V ol Ih e Ova I
    ana peayi resnainclei '1 OUhr. In King's fourti Oaill yenterday when t*>"
    play of the Pickwick -
    caughi bj Ore 0 a ! t Division cricket
    \ y ,., ,., iteh was to have taken place.
    44 rum lu win out- '" :V1'1 WJfl OJ,ked through by
    1 r;nlns Kirly yesterday morti-
    n It on and Hunts
    Rudrlrr I :
    < * I. R Draitk
    I .1 1. tliankrr

    -I (Hit
    . ..!-: I (or I, 1 *'T I
    I 1 n, I f(* IT. S lor 37. S
    j rot a i..t a
    ItOWl.ING ANALYSIS
    Th.- match Is a no decision one.
    On the first day Combernierc
    ki oeked up 165. Pickwick in reply
    110 for the loss of three
    uao prevented play from
    uniied in the Spartan-
    't->k Iir>i
    over from Burke end a single
    The third ball.
    I ;
    1 pully to end
    He did not score
    11.11 k< 1 [OUowi 1 and ha ti-
    Ni
    reply to sparta
    Inntnga,
    m
    bat
    nvei
    n is who followed iftei
    Bai srwi bowkM ' Bnmkar m
    his iirsl over uiul by the first ball
    ll. 1 1 did not score.
    Ij ildrr followed S.
    ; n,l joined Robinson. Moth of them
    .settled down to a partnership,
    tS Olnson, in trying lo bit i.ings.
    was isuaht by Archer off the Ths wlekct, though in
    ' I'l. I..-
    9 reheard reed 11 I Bud I outfield
    went in and joined Holder. ton
    Pollee.................. as
    irllot. Ti and tfae 2 wkU) 33
    ch Rixk. curit n and
    ,. play, Pollee
    as i-xnla, I..11 ir..'
    ENGLAND BEAT SOUTH
    AFRICA BY 4 WICKETS
    (Prom Our Own Correspondent)
    LONDON. Am; 18
    By four widovtl Kncland beal South Africa In the fifth ami
    final Test Bl the Oval today and so won the tgrlei by three
    B to one with one drawn.
    South Africa ihis morninK collapsed on a wicket still drying
    Yesterday's rain and were .,11 out for 154 leaving Eng-
    land 163 runs to win.
    in.- Ih.wan was again top possible catch and Mutton was
    tanking 19 before being given out for obstructing the field.
    fourth out at 84. lowed of? the next boll
    After fata dapartu a McLean and bu* Compton and lowson added
    Mellehit holdlv bul Knglui. IwJ v ";";'V }l &*** Cumpton was
    I MintDarstivelv nm 1 .w <-'"lth' by Van Kynevcld whoso
    HuttonT'Sho......1 ,l"""i '|!rot|?houll 'ri^ h"
    shared with Urwabn In i irtasi "" '' * h,*h^ claM*
    ship of M which paved the way for ll,r daportura of Watson at
    !! i out in a n eent that South Ah i
    He played hd i chanee, but Brown hitting
    a ball from Ath i Itowan which -trongly showed that England
    wint off the sdgs t'f trie bat end were not to be denied, and when
    Hutton thinking It might hit : Ut victory h !d all but
    wicket mm nothsi a woo.
    :tl i"' fit ting that the winning
    vicfcOt-fcoeper goinu for a e> <)n v*g* 14.
    / f f\ mare Mary A'>' ISM ISITIS thai
    I \ (V "'"d^ lhe hcadlim*. by Im
    i t a.;. play, of pectaeulai lorn, Which *h> found attei
    ..iead> run unplaeed in the Dei I
    . mat time she left me no a!'.> to make her tin.
    leet of a feature arlule. 1 do not have it in front
    now hut I believe I wrote then that she would go lar, or words to thai
    It may not therefore seem as if i ore particularly
    if after a year 1 earn ' .ibotil the same
    to dud that in that period she has moved up only two
    i '. imlj on r , i'.i.i the net then b much evara
    In it then meets die eye In u.' \na has been most
    unfortunate since then with dm l Mx-ondly she has
    met, in the past year, some of the highest i ui that have
    ever raced In D class in Barbados. SuboUuitial proof of the latter is
    that in this same period these creoles lowered every record
    for Class D in the book, two of these records being set at the same
    mark as those for class B over 5ij and 9 furlongs. Furthermore, ono
    of the records has been improved upon twice by one of these same
    sgswgs,
    Now I am not one ol t records mean evcrv-
    thing aim cessanlv the best horses. But
    l. 5 1."*lhlnB wh,ctl and that U a general
    standard. There Is no better Indication of the continued improvement
    of our native bred stock than the continuous ihUIhi* down of record-,
    which has been going on ara or so
    Therefore when wo dorses like Oatcake, Watercress and Bow
    Mini leeords set by ,,,. ij,.dWel,
    Maid of Honour, The Gambler and Gun Site
    that the standard has been maiutmned at a high level
    It may be a matter of opinion whether Oatcake. The Gambler
    1 yat and m wall wen as good Bucaaoei i sunplj beeauss ihsn
    nave letter time ll^ures for nine lurlongs and it may also be left n
    argument which of these three was the best, seeing that they all have
    practically the same lime ligures for I Similarly ovei
    i'l furlongs Bow Bells, Watercress and Pepper Wine may be com-
    pared with nlhes like Glcncagle, Maid of Honour and Bellcdune, just
    to menUon a few. It Is of passing interest however, that over this
    distance all the colts and geldings seem to have returned much bcitei
    tunes than the Allies.
    Over the simple sprint distance of 5fc furlongs there is a mixture
    of the two and we have plenty ot similar times return*^ by such as
    Seawell and War Lord, larassanllin U x. and Pepper
    Be] Incidentally, were it
    i of these four was the best sprinter I would
    be Inclined lo fat aver trod in the
    record books, and that is Seawell New i.ld he by the
    narrowest of margin- Bella,
    :he above it -.. . saan that In Oatcake, Bow
    Bells and Watercress, Hie opposition which Mary Ann has had to
    deal with Ii tar, the latter has had some of the cream of
    the crcolc stalwarts sgalaat her. Ii. all her races with these three
    horses she has beaten < teond three times,
    third three times end ordj tune unplaced. To do so when most of the
    time she has not been one hundred per cent lit stamps her as a good
    ally indeed That is why when I saw her iun two such close second*
    M Bow Bells at the recent meeting I felt that we were seeing turl
    history equally as important and equally as good ti the famouo duels
    between Buccaneei Itensagls and Mam of Honour,
    Jetsam and the Bn -: Boi A II end Pepper Wine, Seawell
    and War Lord, The Gambun and we think of the above
    d too will wr remember Bow Belli aid Marv Ann.
    CKOm>KI> C CLASS
    REFLECTIONS on the past meeting cannot aL'o fail to include
    racing a > and la suo-oivunon -
    ...e urai unpn-asiun is that three "i the tow open races
    .-.ui i.nuiuig Isniden eei u I ..., ....i.
    tan tKakes irwruderl, we got nu ol four from aae rotuu
    uu i ion-winners anu this Miould ease the presaUTQ in lUiuie ia..
    tout xind, if only for a short while,
    ti I- aleo a sign tn.it what we have reoatved recenU) I
    laurly koou stock and srhsn we throw in uiu won u>
    .. i i aean and High and Low Ihll in an
    tins may aigO be taken to mean thai IOCS] OWnOTS Will
    L-uuragea to eonunuo lmporiuig anu so we are quickly, epproochini
    uh iuujo where something concrete will have to be none it. nuuu
    mi aval Increasing numbers m the track whle1 we have fhu i
    -i piooii m wnicn neaos sonu verj oareiui considerauon, kn mj
    upuitoa it >Mii entail somuthiug eouipielely new in racing out b**i
    .... it.
    rbere WDJ be ol COUrae many suggestions but the two moat
    adequate to my way of thinking are (.1) saj "i tUD-
    eiasses as well as classes. (2j change the elu: ibto niak-
    ing H HZ the lowest creole class, K the hiBhest and DI the toW-
    eei cluea lor unporWui.
    if the above two I prefer the latter. Taking the la*, n
    BO xample it will bo sewn tluil of the 20 horses in C ami ^ -
    only live were in C proper. OI the fifteen in C2 BS nun I
    -tie maatb m.i,1.1 .....
    have been se-pai C .iiul C2, bui
    s and Maidens. As this is sure to be ordj a Ufempomrj
    winnera and maidens fluctuating conatdei
    it might be found that at the next meeting It would bJ
    " :o work it as suggested in number one.
    How much bciui would pcead out
    i iily over two elass*....... ub-divisions. U
    ai. only imported non-winners could be placed m D3 I
    tog promoted up the ladder could be barred from -hi
    :al rule. In any case it would not matter much it
    : from J to C3 as tSUs is B common move
    the classdlers now-a-days, D and D2 woo.
    all-imported class, a starting pouit for those with little "
    no form In England, a permanent sanctuary for those who can
    never make the grade and a place from which those on the waj out
    niB) make their last bow. But unless something of this uaiuie U
    (ontcmplated 1 cannot see how wo can continue to Bit and watch the
    imported classes swell from M lo M to 4U as may well be the case
    in tbe future.
    Another sign which sober reflection causes one to read and
    ver increasing ditllculty ot geltuig a seat In the
    stands long In-fore the rate inootlngl ever begin But apparently
    the B.T.C has passed Uiis one without so much as a glance.
    It Is quite clear now that racing attracts a larger crowd than
    any other sport in the island. One of the main reasons for this IS
    of course that too majority can see it for nothing. If on lop of that
    th-- BT.C. admit more than 2,000 to their stands and enclosures H
    tertainly must be an indication of the mass appeal racing has In
    this island.
    It is therefore on!) sUfllns .. great part ' racing's revet
    to have more accommodation for seating and the purchasing oi
    tickets. Do the Turf Club know, for instance, that prizes in private
    sweepstakes among those wvio come to watch but do not wish to
    take n long uncomfortable walk in the hot sun across the savannah
    randy reaching substantial proportions? Yet some years ago
    'hen | Miggested booth* as far as the ground opposite the Dull Hull
    this was thought to be merely wishful Unnking. These arv the
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    .4 U 01 >T IS. 1*51
    srxnw IDV04 111
    i'\..i fut
    \MOOM
    For Intercolonial Races In Trinidad
    radon to racr in
    l Tornado
    !x- held in th'
    dUi have iwn chosen.
    noose, Edrll and
    The b-
    I

    Thi i* .i
    .
    lhl year
    In my i
    Honed th:it Vamoose and CycJOM
    ut thai my third
    either Zephyr or Edrll
    Kuril has been plrked nrd qutt<-
    Recenlly her skippe-
    hi IVrkins ha* heen uiHng Wt-
    a
    wr from the
    f them all, TvdrK Kond.
    Id1.1 Win-.
    in the official i
    tin only been de-
    ll c*> occasion and that
    was by Edrll. Shortly after the
    > e launched a merles ol
    cyclone
    thai he (M
    .,
    Van...... howevei turned
    the table and del
    i i the First Sertej:
    ff\ Oar Varhtiiit ei.rrr**er.
    hJcti w
    ipcentty completed Cyclone A'A
    roi race.
    'he .kipper* m"
    a< the Yacht club beach and dr-
    gfpper '
    al>0 present an* he decided lo
    enter thf
    The oul
    nn*e 01 d
    he close
    Utilities foi verj
    Edrll won ii 'in \
    hall a boat's length while Cyclone.
    third, feu about three or to .r
    bct longlhjt away.
    Going to the "Land ol
    mlna Bird- with V-n>'
    her owner-ikip*-1'
    i Tn* Tedd
    always -* ***** helm u
    racM but Tonj
    .
    . t tnt in
    R.B.Y.C series while
    Teddy, who was skippering Far-
    tan- m the B Class was whipnc I.
    Tony brought through Vamoore
    champion of the C Class.
    Peter Inct ill most likely
    skipper Cyclone

    Klctx II In the H B v i

    did .. cei He
    u|i third Denis h. . imui in.
    round the
    lad Dent--
    - ay to o:
    R
    . Denis and we
    ird to your rv-
    i next year.

    1 Ivan lv km With him h-
    v 11 carry Jackie Hoad. bringing
    if number of Hoad* on the -dde
    i.> three
    The ttoals should do extremely
    vn-ll in Tiintdad be,i:me I have
    'he Tilnldad TornadOf
    . ver> litllc sailing
    I *omr of
    the Association b
    Mdinc a dance at Mr. Jack
    U-acocVs hnrne. "Aberdare.'
    lay night
    I lilies have
    approni hod. am.
    Dth .ilTiiTd 1 lake tlv
    lxat to Trinidad without h.ngr

    pplng at
    A thtni
    lompany, with a more direct ser-
    w hed an
    '"ttipanj

    IthOOt charge.
    li Mug a trial run
    AUG. 19 NO. 185
    The Topic
    of
    Last Week
    Edward Turner,

    - to-day
    :
    frEATm io local Tornado ft
    , was Uia flr-t choice lor tlio IuUuiolonUI .
    vti.o.vi:
    rned by Teddy
    in Trinidad.
    fc
    ... -. : .
    la IBS Intercolonial
    Summerhayes Tennis
    Tournament Completed
    ON KM DAY afternoon last al the Summorhav.s Chili. D W
    Wises becdlth Sil glee Tennis Champion for ihe fifth time
    since IS33, by defeating one of his oldest Opponent*V. H.
    Chenarybi two straight sets 6-2, 64. The Single* Chana-
    pinnship nf i)h' Club has so far been shared bv four pi '}
    vlt: V li Chenery l 193738 and 1951. Carl Me Cowan of B.C.. 1946 47 and
    L. A. Harrison 19n0. Wiles and Chenery have previously
    been finalists on about four occasions
    on steady but was also .showing
    The Matrh a bit of ratafia*. He trlt
    Chenery won the toss and took i Baaantain the lead with his
    tnern ena oi 0 arrlee m the fourth puna wid
    thu. Hiving \\..- Ret leading 4030 just fgUgd
    irom QIC noithern end WiU < i-hneh it when Wile forced
    Mill'ted fhakih ami lo-: the ^atr.f him to put up "tip and was able
    only winning one point. He now to equalise point. wit] |
    BV rsmlevtd UN position by placed smash. Wiles nov
    Winning CbaUOry'l service and t" hove rerovered a bit and t'-".
    h) the lead hv winning his Ihe next two points to wm I
    Own. Fiom this point WDoa set- rlr*t game in the set ChOth -
    steady but yet attack- kept on pressing and at one time
    ln| game and worried Cheneiy it appeared that he would have
    with a well controlled chop drive taken the get when they both won
    placed deep to his back hand, ihelr service ind Cnanen led
    Chenery plaved steadily also and *~2 At this point howevet
    touKht hack well but was in- Chenery weakened and Wiles
    orccd tn lift Wiles' chop came hack with some well placed
    'ius giving him the op- show which gave Chen.i v
    pnrtuntty to smash his way siderahle difTuulti. to
    WOnl on to they at times kept quite low.
    | Wiles' favour before Wiles' positional play coupled
    Chenery gain won his. service to with his accurate volleying and
    'make the BCOrS 41, Wiles still smashing dominated pluy for the
    j playing a well controlled game remainder of the crt which he
    ; was more confident now and won S4.
    manoeuvred his opponent out of Presentation Of Trophic
    position on several occasions to At the conclusion Of Ihe
    itg with well placed Ml- iimMi the trophies were prv-
    Icyi and somshes. The set ended aantgd before quite a represen-
    62 in Wile^* favour. t.mv,. gatheim^ ol DMmbvri
    In the second set Wiles again and Iriends. The Becrel rj
    \m\ hl 0r gereiee l">' this time Uala Harrison waaeotnod Mi
    Chencrv pressed home the advan- Bow. n ol Heasrs. Y. DeUm. A
    uw bv holding his own BervttSS CO., I.id. who had very genero,,.-
    and again Inking Wiles' in the ly donated The Da LOM Trophy
    third gan" 'nU5 making the for Ihe Men's D
    | o. Wiles seemed to lonahlp. !!- ren.lndea '
    arm that the Cluv> Stngtes
    tiring, Chenery kept Trophy which had been compeled
    J.ir on nine oscaslons was tti*t
    Mr. V. 11 Chenery m
    then had been
    fought for on many incasions i>y
    M ai I Cbenery H i
    rounaer playi
    lakei place to the mote
    'M" rienced onea, and i
    ihi ^ wera m i> uV
    BflnUog for ",'' Ironta)
    to the Doubla
    Trophy he said that it was A\ir t>
    lhi geel and li
    I llut.hr
    on and to the generosity ol
    10 v iv Luna fl c :
    that such a beautiful cup
    no* to Ih- presented ! the Club
    '.! BQweh was then introduced
    md aaked to preacnt the Cup
    M< Bowon then preatnted lhi
    the I'rrisident Mi \' t
    Qelc .in,) said that on
    hi. ilrm it gave him much |)Ier-
    sure i" dolna sn He hoped that
    t .mid lead to many more keen-
    ly contested matches in the
    lie thanked Mr Dover
    fot ins verv kind gesture and said
    thai it was an indication that h-
    lirm was interesleii in the welfare
    lori ! tM ! land He
    .id heen playing at the
    Surnmerh | l Inco 1K1?
    .iii on which any flr-n had donah
    rroph] II we
    line gaatura for which he
    vary grateful Rorerrlfi
    the Tournainenl he said thi
    ha hoped the jesmess paayei
    i"tie down tn Ihe garr
    "u'lv and take a mu<'
    On page 14
    mi MM
    in the bag 1 Mwt ( nf tile
    i k* Purl Club, ticket
    m I4D drevi i i Mil.-.
    i toi Uekei I>l> M45 as
    pahllahedi
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    Hl> 4S.'i to i pri/e of

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    I'M.I six
    si SUM MUCH \ll
    SUNDAY vn.lST 19. IMI
    BARBADOS
    ADVtssttE
    -t^--_^-j
    Hi 14 tM. a a
    Siindnv. August If, 1951
    A SOU I ION
    BULK hancUins, "I -.uyar is here to stay,
    and unless th. QovWBOMBl of thi* island is
    make arrangements for our
    in bulk the economy of
    rawly affected.
    Sugar has been shipped in bulk from
    Hawaii for m-.iriy tin \i.us with nurked
    success. The original installation at Kaha-
    Jui now liiads 6.000 tons of sugar in 12
    hours, while to toad > similar quantity in
    Barbados would take well over two weeks.
    It has been estimated that if Queensland,
    Australia were to adopt bulk handling of
    suuar the cost associated with the trans-
    port of sugar in that State could be
    reduced by between lm and 2m
    Alsn. n is pointed out that Queens-
    land could, by adopting bulk handling of
    eliminate bagging machinery and
    the nulls, sfiecl a saving of
    illMiu on i quicker turn
    round 0. ships, allow ships to tarry 20 per
    HgU in their holds and reduce
    deterl I astd with such con-
    vincing Agurea there is no doubt that
    Queensland will adopt bulk handling in
    the near future.
    Two VMI ! '".penmental shipments
    ..I sui'.ar in bulk were made at Puerto Rico.
    the IVetl Indian Sugar Association
    i .i Now hulk shipment of
    from the Weal India* ll an accom-
    plished fact, and for the 1952 crop alloca-
    tions have been made for such shipment.
    Trinidad will have "'2.000 tons. Antigua
    H.000. Si Kitts 10.000, St. Lucia 9,800 and
    Jamaica 170.000 tons. Also, it has been
    announced that Messrs. Tale and Lyle are
    launching a steamship company known as
    th* Sugar Line to take West Indian sugar
    in hulk to Great Britain. Unless Barbados
    is prepared to arrange MM method for
    hulk loading it looks as though she will be
    left high and dry.
    A deep water harbour, of course, would
    be the beat solution to our problem; but
    in addition to the fact that the Government
    i- obviously content to wait until it is too
    hili* lo embark on such a scheme, such a
    harbour trouM be very expensive and
    would take many years to build.
    But there If another s ution. Recently
    in Trinidad a plant was installed for load-
    ing bauxite in bulk. It consists of a narrow
    pier, alongside which ships can moor, an
    enclosed conveyor belt running along the
    pier and stone bins on shore. The princi-
    ple is that the sugar or bauxite is stored
    in the bins, runs down by the force of
    gravity on to the conveyor belt and is ear-
    ned along the pier directly into the hold of
    By this system it has been found that a
    10,000 ton ship can be loaded in five hours
    at a cost of 24 cents a ton. while the pres-
    ent loading cost per ton in Barbados is 22
    shillings! i *
    And the plant, including the pier, the
    bins and installation, would not be expen-
    sive as compared with the cost of a deep
    water harbour. To build a deep water har-
    bour to-day would cost nearly four million
    pounds, while the cost of the plant would
    be in the vicinity of live million West In-
    dian dollars.
    There it no doubt that the plant would
    pay for itself in three years from the
    amount of money saved from bags and the
    coel of bagging the sugar. This year the
    itv oi shipping sugar In bagi will
    coal Barbadoe nearij two million dollars,
    and besides the fact thut the price of bags
    i.nlually rising, it is becoming increas-
    ingly difficult to obtain them.
    Jute bags come from India, where they
    are manufactured from jute grown in Pak-
    istan. The border u*oublei between these
    two Countries have led lo withholding of
    jute by Pakistan with the result that the
    mills in Calcutta are not producing enough
    bagi to meet the demand. If a war broke
    between India and Pakistan, and there
    is a possibility that it may. Barbados would
    not get any bags at all.
    Of course, there if always opposition to
    teas, Rod If it was decided to build a
    plant for loading sugar in hulk the wharf
    workers would cry out But the plant
    would provide enough employment to ab-
    sorb the stevedores who would be put out
    of work. Although by this method the
    handling of bulk cargo is done almost en-
    tirely without the use of manual labour,
    men would be needed to clean up at the
    plant and keep it in good order. In Trini-
    dad tl complained at first, but
    loot] absorbed into well paid
    jobs. t \
    Bar bade cannot afford I
    scheme Bulk handling ol sugar I
    able, and if this island is to compete with
    other countries something must be d me.
    and done quickly If the Government de-
    eded to build a plant for loading sugar in
    bulk it could i eration In six months
    time. If they refuse they
    ghnj some commercial organisation per
    mission to build and operaie such a plant
    There is one march in which one cannot
    afford to be out of step, and that is the
    march of progress. Barbados is out ol st
    now, and unless she bestirs herself shi
    will soon be trampled on by her more ener-
    getic competitors
    in inn* am:
    ONCE again the season of tropical dis-
    turbances Is here big and little hurri-
    canes, rain. Moods, storms, tempests and all
    related phenomena. It should be a time
    of watchfulness and preparedness on the
    part oi every member of the community so
    that in the event oi any untoward visita-
    tion (and we pia> not) of the nature listed
    above we, in this island, may be able con-
    ftCfcntiously to say that everything possi-
    ble had been done to cushion the shock and
    injury to life and property which may
    result.
    ll musl be emphasised, lirslly, thai be-
    cause the island has been mercifully spared
    trom a really destructive hurricane during
    the past half centuryfor which we should
    be most humbly thankful -that is not to
    say we are likely, in rtie general nature of
    things, for ever to be spared from such
    calamity. Unfortunately this is the alti-
    tude of a good many to-daya braeVto-
    iuck, happy-go-lucky, devil-may-care out-
    look which does absolutely no good and
    can cause much harm among uninformed
    and unthinking people who are likely to
    be the worst sufferers, Secondly, that pre-
    paratory work is half the battle, notably
    in preventing panic and chaos, and every-
    one called upon to give any service what-
    ever, be it to those in higher authority or
    to committees set up for relief work
    should, health permitting, grasp the op-
    portunity to help most willinglyafter all
    it is a chance to serve a humane cause and
    none of us knows where the blow may
    fall; Thirdly, that alertness, simplicity In
    directive and speedy action are those
    things that count most in hurricane mat-
    ters at any time and especially during the
    next two or three months.
    Now Government, during the last two
    years particularly, has devoted time and
    thought to the organisation side of hurri
    cane relief under the peculiar administra-
    tive system in force in this island. We have
    heard it said that the term Hurricane Re-
    lief Organisation should give way to one
    which more fittingly expressed emphasis
    on ACTION, for it is action beforehand
    which is a primary necessity and which, if
    efficiently organised, will not only minim-
    ize damage and loss to life and properly
    but will save perhaps thousands of dollars
    when the total cost comes to be computed.
    Government, in us wisdom, has certainly
    provided a voluminous amount of litera-
    ture which the Vestries and other related
    bodies have been asked to cope with; but,
    unfortunately, little effort has
    been made to get across, by
    direct contact, the real substance ol the
    problem to those most in needvillagers,
    peasant proprietors and others of thai class
    who constitute the rank and file of the
    community. There must be a realistic ap
    proach in these matters; perhaps the best
    advice that can be given to those sitting
    on Parnassus with their volumes is to de-
    scend to flood level where there is need for
    much practical, simple instruction and
    related preparatory work lo be done. In
    this connection, it is necessary thai an out-
    standing Government officer be put in
    over-all charge of hurricane activities who
    could co-ordinate the work in the various
    parishes and be easily and quickly accessi-
    ble for consultation when the need arises
    Parish populations overlap, there are mar-
    ginal problems siYectlng relief centres and
    so on which call for close and effective
    co-ordination. Also some attention should
    be paid in the schools to instruction in con-
    nection with the occurrence of hurricanes
    and their nature so that, by degrees, a good
    general knowledge background of what to
    expect and how lo act would he dissemin-
    ated among the rising generation who have
    never experienced any such visitation. The
    morv recent decision to use the mobile cin-
    ema for purposes of this sort nttsflei.....
    urgent need and. providing there is the
    right approach in the presentation of the
    kind of information envisaged, a tremend-
    ous amount of good will have been done in
    the way of helping people to understand
    and to co-operate with those who are try-
    ing to help them should misfortune strike
    which God forbid.
    Finally, those connected with the I
    ing meteorological services which provide
    this island and the West Indies generally
    with up-to-thominute warnings of ap-
    proaching disturbance, musl be commend-
    ed most highly. Some of these men (air
    men) often face danger of a death
    type in securing complete information and
    il is only right and proper to acknowledge
    our debt of gratitude.
    Sitting On i In
    :'.,


    onf
    After pubushini u. (Il> WTHV 111. l.t ItltlSS.
    v.iih m "i
    giving >
    ol the British way of
    life, will Pravda pul
    to i. N;it.
    ATho kiw '
    Brll
    plat

    Mr. Mo H mi ha loftd pou hat |
    Wlu-ll t f.- : 0*0
    ;?\ t
    ... BriUi British
    tl U ttie police. "It Wttl probably In I
    .. ik.ni... or the pi imanT' goup ..f oui
    of fart, the milk- *?** "",' V
    an nevei knocki si lha fro
    you like lo glv-
    talk
    ..i.i i

    r* a.td :
    same.
    . vould
    h tourists
    KM
    Mid Hi"- postman nevei
    liM earii morning.
    ..
    n* n latS rod H"'ii
    oa lbs door with n
    packet of bills, final demands foi
    rates, threats to rut off thi elec-
    tricity. Kit*, water. Unapt*
    t.'io usual
    tax Inspector
    : i ay moat
    1 I
    the J"|
    ... pei

    allows......* '>. ""i wn>'
    i
    Imperi-

    Tea Fof Two
    quarrelling, the
    Kni I am K' i i to marry take*
    .tilil)
    u moa i.-rtiuitf
    ow rues - us to
    Pleased I Pst tar*.
    May I
    INmpIs* Corner
    MH BOMAWBRA CHAN-.
    Tiber ofi
    I I ..... Mr bj aho;
    -i. pi i enooi, in.ik-.
    -t.n n don t i byiasl
    KneUah, anyway
    Ihacn Is .i Hat vest
    mail drum.
    While In London. he coni|Hed
    Urn minutes about
    UM local ctttSSna for the enter-
    tainment of a reporter.
    Example
    Thi- people hgtS St SS1S
    FiocpttBblfi Ibsa atacoms plat
    Mem.
    il'-' nUi-aun o" ihe Qb,
    . rltctrleuv, fits
    Mri When at home Mr. C. once ued
    I -I tn make a personal
    flack fn political apponent In
    Ceylon's parliamentary chamber
    until the Speak*! stopped him.
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    i
    Ilr\ onl. 21
    f.tl antl
    Pollucally the country Li d
    in tuuf, ua flnt bau H. M ,u, tummy's
    bellevelns th.- second half to be
    / duta'i


    tto bald.
    Reallu '
    u
    bars that
    ahn rsti
    the top
    ejuai M llBb*
    tlip jiecoiirl hnlf believing UM BISI
    half t*. be sithsr brnseeUss sr
    m probably botti nrfit.
    put u wa bava ' a>cn I ballot
    Knd Ires q......b, we have b i bolea
    .,f two. and smneUinaa thr.-v f-tn ,im hn p^,,
    four, roauas and imbacuea t vOtc oll( ,, s ... Inmgj4 ari ,,it(,
    for al elections. fnr hjs IOO-^. you can
    We can also call them wnai wc tlf (ll, front <'elh are solnu
    ** already.
    tleeted, i$ that mu>
    Phi .. e( he's a deer. Hut I
    ) of vulfar ab t to n arrlcd to rat.
    the i ad petty man with dan"
    a* In Brit..... la called Vatnralts, I nwpose hi can
    the age yf Ule common mar, ha in- a aw of ia*
    .,!..: km lai bant
    11* since the last
    i ion have becoaw iiniet-
    doKs and underdogs top d>KS.
    ti.l dOOa not .] [M .i lo Lav. s,,
    Onh if n'-


    li
    nouwi
    well watered with-
    -lilk Strong tea
    1--

    oublc
    ......
    i always Ibink.
    He hopes to demons!
    art in the House of O
    If *io does. 1 can hardly wait
    for the day when British MPs
    fallow his example and chant
    insulting calypsoe across the floot
    nf the House. .
    The right honourable gentle-
    man opposite is neither honour-
    able nor | gentleman.
    Nor Is he ever right, but isj
    always wrong;, because he is '
    fool.
    He Is also a guttersnipe and
    i eg lbs If'iuaa* "' the gutter.
    whets tie was brought up.
    more, he wants to get
    I Cabinet because hr
    Hunks It's easy money, with
    plenty <>f pickings for a liar and
    a cheat like himself.
    But his wife, who looks llk a
    washerwoman, wants him to u
    i" the Hpu ii that bhe
    (.in iMvomc Lady Guttersnipe
    hfa tWO iiKlv daughters.
    U-iause they want lo be the Hon.
    Ivy Cuttersnipc and the Hon.
    Guttersnipe.
    Hut, as their father lg a crk.
    bs B ill tod up in prison, end
    Ihsy will end up where the]
    the gutter.
    And as I am out of order. I
    will leave (Wore I am tnrown
    oui and hope the duboi
    ' opposite- will get al
    least ton years' hard labiur.
    L.E.S
    The Twin Orbs Of Empire
    (By IAN GALE)
    TBAVUI.IIR S TREE Bv Palrkk
    Lsses Pstsssr.
    with'i'
    Iba bssl gaoasta booh i
    i bbts read, but Hi.it doeg
    ?Ot mOU lo say that il is compli-
    BMOtar] .ibout ftarbadog, On tbi
    contrary, this is bow Pal Isffmol
    DSflni lbs chapter OB tin
    The only occupants ol BSTOS-
    los, wh<--\ Hi.' Bngilih Brat landed
    ITS m 1601. SISre a number <.f
    Id gWSOS that had bCSB left tbSTC
    ;a iba PcstugiM
    visit. Since then the
    the UUand has fSrlOd \ li'.'lc
    In di-M-rlblng the island a SS]
    that the UtUS capital i vary much
    like ., [ndon Mburb
    Barbados reflects most faithfully
    the social and batsUsetusI nilusi
    nd prejudices of a Qoll Qub In
    miter. J-ondon. But he ha- noth-
    ing but praise lor OUI
    houses, and nyi thai while axchl-
    tseturs in England was declining
    .n the 1890*1 .tit.' leas
    fin .us. lbs man OT h.m,.
    badoa wore rabulll in th,- modes
    of dim or lbs lb*
    I ture.
    Mae-k
    Drivsna mw day aloruj Iba W<
    ast of the Island, bo I
    i Mi Brsnch dburb
    Mr. Itram-h told hfatl thai be wai
    able ti divine bUI
    ot only bs itandbii
    dual roTSton of ground
    cesled Ihem bul as
    DlumOUne from the Onsi
    . i .
    asjlni on bSe and
    of its strum. I" OS to 1
    drawl hut fi nd " .. 11 i
    ihe cycle or rota-
    tion j gjradl 1 bnaiti :
    the nttimmel once more rtlll,
    nd pointing it xorably to a cer-
    H gmtsi he boli w* hut flngors
    j | f blui doth .m inch ot
    two long: ;irnl -okl. vellow; and
    to on. He showed us the different
    pieces of mssfrlsj cored.n. tr-
    ranged bstwsei IDS luges of a
    i^ok libs wan, He
    gol Brltlab Oulang
    in this i\ .v. though
    1 evet : .-.-ii tbsrs I
    ir. Branch's. ax-
    Pat rerraoi dscaasd to
    lo the test.
    nd he passed with flying colours
    lbs most intereitint;
    pan of ihe cheotsr on Bsibsdcs
    ii the author** rholsrly lununary
    f the hi '
    ( lo P
    ' tnembei o ,.,, ,,t Imparial
    romlly of *;... w.i-. ehurcb-
    . ai'Un oi si Johns Parish from
    mfiS-His:. and now buried in
    bs chun h st Johr'i
    HypOCrillcsl Svst. in
    The nuthor- ix particularly
    vehement about ihe club svstem
    1 :' ltliotm'h he
    xaggerat.--. n DtlmOt no ofi BSD
    t than tst ossl ol
    truth in wha] The i I
    gystsrn runs all throua* B
    ife and tin- colt thouloV
    the snub are resorted to only wht i
    in. Isgal quibble Is available. Itl
    seKrenates the two races of
    lalsndstl JUSt as effectively as the |
    most stringent colour dlscrimina-,
    tion in the United States, and l i
    half so honestly. There, at |aj a|
    loathsome as the American colou !
    laws appear to me, Negroes knn.v.
    exa.Uy where they are. There Ii
    none of the mean jugrllng with
    the written word that prevails mi
    Bsrbadoa, where, on paper, in
    colour bar exiita. It is u a pre' j
    tatS nf tOCiaty when any win..
    Itarbadian or English pv#p I i
    bounce in virtually where lie
    cbooaes, while the elected head ol
    the Government, who Is th.
    Island's equivalent of the Brits- ,
    Prime Minister, may have te
    hesitate and draw back. It nun
    be one of the most disgmtin>'
    ypo, nti.al systems in, the
    world."
    Bo far I have only mentioned
    ths Darbsdli ebaptar in lbs boi k
    but the chapters on M.ntinq
    ind Dominica an assMKUsnt,
    gSpSOhiny lbs description ot Ih
    Carlbs in Itomlnica. A. Coat..-
    iha of the West Indie* are
    upero,
    Incidentally, Pat Parraor en i '
    the Barbados chapter in fine style |
    When they were flyiitg to Tru .
    dad, he uys "Lookine l>ackwa-.
    we could almost see. suspends
    with the most delicate equipo
    ' I a tha hal Uttta inland, th
    ghostly shapes of thos.- twin oi
    ol Empire, the cricket ball ;u
    IDS blackball.'-
    MT'S HUH/ AGAMjV
    LIONIDE LEATHER CLOTH
    /.Y A MKDIIM QUALITY
    SO INCHES WIDE
    At S-1..17 ,, ALSO
    B1RKMYRE GREEN CANVAS
    72 INCHES WIDE
    Al 97.4.1 ,., Yard.
    GREEN WATER-PROOF CANVAS
    72 INCHES WIDE
    At S/t.J-, p<>r Yard.

    D4 COSTA V CO. LD.
    DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT
    ilur Hi aiSt-is Sav
    Juli-
    Editor, Ti.* Am\
    Sir, Kindly allow ma ty refer
    lo your editorial entitled "Deep
    Water Harbour" datelined Augut

    I] of Indian
    true ili.it wo had to face
    ocas dug to most
    i the then gaasUna jute growing
    areas having gone lo Pakistan.
    However, the situation Is gradually

    .ntni-iv dsfkasasi
    for lbs supply nf raw jute. Jute
    production in India hai been it.-

    port of JUtS. Tile '
    'vine. IBM nllotcd
    K si Indies was 1,800 ton*
    Till 15th. of June. 1951. only 1,578
    that quota.
    JUbf to iVcember. Ifi.M. ha been
    8 "00 tons showing irX-
    I sboui lo-; aovorssnenl
    'eelg that this quota of
    . would matt the require.
    of ' '.-.
    d more, tier lifting ue
    aUoited quota. 1 will approach
    ntneni and urj my bssl
    O seeun- j ;,||n..
    ...tion.
    Voura (.ijihfuily.
    V \T SAIIAV.
    K.T.C. Stcvep*
    To |h Editor. The Advocate
    . interesting to not*
    that the total amount paid out b'
    the BT.C on the Field StSlft
    mr the four-day meetun
    -hided, was almost euu<
    lint to bo paid as flr<1
    s wesSi
    First osa
    day ...
    Third <
    Fourth
    <; n.3ft '
    11.000 4
    THERE ARE MANY-
    GOOD RUMS IN
    BARBADOS BUT
    >oiK\nns i.oiii
    Hll.%111 in > is
    THE BEST !!
    The book tells the
    story but the taste
    tells the difference.
    Aug. 10 1951

    Total .......... S3y 86
    OEORGF, GREF.NF
    Haifa nap
    Christ Chur
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    81 NDAY, ai i.i >t |t, |M|
    SI VI)\\ IDVOtATi;
    P IGI SEVEN
    Paradise Of The Pacifk
    IU M \l III HIM ,
    I KINK
    had io be driven out b]
    ebruary ItO.MlniMtu,
    Sn,,u!? IPs?* a" wSE; bS
    point of Pacific oce..v J, a, ,04-1 .j' ,_,. -T," "
    [*"-';' *2-*mSL!?gSi
    ver- Polynesians who had p ,,,,. h^.J!! .J- .
    cnac.l <.*,., ...in.- centurin ; ,.,,,, m .,
    tlor" -"* > ""ed b, li.htcouanrM For ,,
    January 18. r,;8 Tbkkl ,. I . V Kl<.,^ ,-)
    Into foil the F..rt and aovci ninciil bu| il
    kkvkkkral. knudonu. a, 17S Ine ., ., Honolu"
    younj chief Kanu-hanvrha had Au.ust 30, 150. wa Ihc one.
    n "' I ""' '""- hundiMh lannivariiirv ,,l II ...
    !
    Department, nnd
    iKn -..bi^a _* j """ " "' numerous iivu or*
    ittnj of eaaoea, wood and .
    1 spears, bnrk .
    cloth, and mots. Then- fsathar .. " flucahal
    "v,",'. ;' .* i
    M, naaj
    i... 1 wore snroUad
    written language uniil N,7o m private
    1822. but Mktun and -<>"K and 4.905 were ransMnd
    in bg wort ..t V *"" ""v^Mtv of H
    mouth, l.nveiMiys Agricultural Exien-
    Wh.n the first missionaries or- J'"" 5" ' P*rt "I
    1830 they found / 'waiian group us well as
    without ,. ssttlad itMiiiuii ttnoa ",nPr ,,ar,s uf lh*' Tr,,st Terri-
    Ihe Old Tabu system had been l'"y .o1 lhp Pnciflc Island*. This
    overthrown after the death uf " w* one of those established
    Kamehameha In 1819. the way & ,nc Charter at lht> United Na-
    was open for the establishment o( It0"8, un,tcr *'h'*h the Unite.!
    Christ; States ha* the responsibility i>
    The evoTuUofi ol Hawaii's aw- W ""' l*taort" '" a" phaaw of
    TfUnenl ,.,ue. From ""
    an absolute monarchy <179ft-1840. Religious freedom Uii
    ii bacatne .. ( Institutional i ' <
    iiichy (1840-]8i'3' Then th> J">"ii. Ihc HUM pi ivileges St.
    Andrew's Cathedral, the beautiful
    establish- Episcopal church, was ( untied by
    ed. In 180* thl KarnehanMha IV and Queen
    a rcpubl. 13 IBM, Knuna. The flr-l Catholic priesti
    the formal act ol annexation t.. landed In 1827
    the United States took place, and Trade in Hawaii ha, chanced
    to-day Hawaii stands on tt>* and grown with world develop-
    threshold .f American statehood, ment. The fur trade was the first
    Foreign powers attempted to international exchange of goods
    gain poawatfon of Hawaii from tha Fins wan brought from the
    m RanMhamaha I ceded tha Pacific Coast of North America
    laland Of Hawaii to another Bn- and reshipped to China. Next
    , iv-ir. in IM6 and indaiwood was the principal ai-
    1817 tha Rut Iftahed llCla of trade, but the demand for
    . in tha Island^ built I thi^ WOI not so gnat that the
    1
    wtialtnt mdL.sirv faUowoi
    tufting ni the whalsni
    tndad UUS lucrative DUBIB
    a can . .
    Hist sugar "ills were i
    1S7S. jlihou.h sugar w.
    have been produced a< i
    and ochar
    >!i'r auan-
    tttaM
    With the increase in agruuifur.il
    i.evitlopment a great demand for
    labourers aro*e. The Knv.il
    Hawaiian AgrtcuHural s
    oigauued. pfiTiniarsant envoy
    empowered to neg.tiatf treaties,
    were sent to foieign countries to
    procure labourers. Immlgran!.-
    came from China. POrtUft
    i K
    otbar Pacafac
    Philippines Small mi
    " nn, ar-
    ISOUl U
    tton ol tha people* from
    I :; i .
    they have lived aid worfcad to
    gether m eomphMo nan t
    i ittarni Ona ol Hawaii
    assets has bean tha powi
    paople of ..)\ m a
    . .
    Kononu
    with an annual rlald of almost
    1,000.000 tons. Pineapple*. a
    comparative! > n. mdustiy,
    average an annual pack ai i,.aii>
    10.000.000 tan- liah
    products form a growing industry
    with a large canning plain at
    Honolulu and a pictures-|iu- f'.eet
    of fishing boats. Coffee raising
    mportant that tin public

    whom these p
    refuge are principally c
    ful feel : r*ei
    which I and the .
    in the labour of... rhc <
    sary maan
    of a hospital in Horn Ud' \\
    you raiurn t< pir aaww
    let the fact be tioi
    Honolulu tha ^>l
    Fl nnt* in svan l*ody. N


    .
    mend in
    have drawn together in the
    pntattve* of aln
    Honolulu boasts
    \l t C H >
    lent school Tod a

    handuspped with II
    For the ARTIST
    :-, .t AjagajiMgaiT or
    o.i 4i.l Mi*-M. Oil C*la>i< mM<
    ....h' t-unri-* ...... Oil mk I-t
    rallat ..... iuo -nJ i/m. Mltii*
    Pot the STUDENTS
    Robert's Stationery
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    .% HAY
    SI \W HI
    1 .i.ii-. a drug bmkikkki ''" "l,l> kkW "ii '"
    ,.u(1|itj ol s.tvi.v rendend, throufholll tki
    r. hara nerer relaxed in offerlBi "j-
    romi.......ij ibm *T.m M houri tor. w
    , full, itorlud wit. Ih mtkkl p.....m "'"''
    kbo pr-parnl la all.....I K)
    ,,, urgmt .-all ni|M and da;
    S, .l us your nvxt dnelnr'*
    Prt'seriptiiin
    KNIGHTS DRUG STORES
    N. B. H0WELL
    Dial: 3306 Lumber anil llotilware BAY BTREBT
    Mini* i. iu.it-
    I
    Bollon Line and H'llos Aquatic < luh
    PI lll\A i IIOUS
    THEY ARE THE BEST
    , H. JASON JONES & CO. LTD Agents

    There's a TOOT A L FABRIC for
    IN I C II T
    TN D DAY
    We've opened a nice range of TOOTAI.
    FABRICS. Plain Colours in Gold, Acqua
    Blue and Maize along with NICE FLORA 1
    DESIGNS Suitable for morning and
    afternoon wear 36" wide ft 1.0/ yd
    Cave Shepherd & Co., Ltd.
    10, 11, 12 & 13 BROAD STREET
    'i "I
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    I'M.i ili.HT
    MM VDVOTVTK
    ... mi.\ m oi W U, ml
    Bridging The Gap
    lit t I ( II I \V XMOTT)
    Sinanaii W riles
    To llulli ll-oll
    On Immigrants
    A ret. ' ol avoid- oSSS o paim"*?So''i
    . cheap nd d thrtrMCJ5* ""J f*'
    .'tnod ol .nlnul WU < >"J"I immilran,
    eell-groomed api and sejrraf&tion tampanri. The Hon. Mitri t
    V dan lo thou* 'lui-Chlrt ,n*pertor nil! mr Sirawan. aooKeaman. ha wrltui
    limited prejudice exifttl tt letter to the Hon. A. R. .v
    Iructlon of Rnbertaon. Cnalrman of me rtn-
    bee Commlttat. requesting fou-'
    Iht lethal t.ttam- high-ranking government official
    I tha chasm Ihi.i yawn* bar this chamber ha. been lo appear before the Finnne. |
    ',-t and I- opt-rnte.) in Committee meeting on Augu
    and the mUerahlc ex- leeordanre Witt me rule-, laid ?9.
    Macleans
    '&&SW1S1DX TOOTH PASTE
    keeps *m-ni WUm.
    and healthy
    { rtnun bv ihe ft SPW
    I inTi irritant* |i \ i
    he Hi n% VcpT i-l the
    vl'i'A times and can be icad_ bv
    i r.I gap 0\vnM- *ho v.-1'tV <. hk -


    m
    -



    in. 1
    !i was understood that the
    struc- L\\, cation of more funds for the
    drive against prohibited I'n.m-
    any sranu will be considered at this
    .
    i I



    ,. th)i...
    hiring th
    id

    , .lily IN C0| *

    i <.,... Uonar oi Po'lee
    . | i ,.: In : Lgnttloil O^f*
    < mlneii in .i spare and Major F H. Stoat. Deputy CM*)
    inuld do the umc If placed in I immigration. OfliCPi; Mr. S 'i
    saf*1 wn u, .cn Superintendent of Prison*
    - M. RenKon.

    /&>% Bourn vita

    t. another. Humane "UI1- (n^ Hon
    nv COIWIIII Secretary
    bul the Utter The linmlgialloii Ofllro ha
    1 n ..hi b........rated i.y ilarted ioumn Enwrancj c0-
    .'.-.'. u, UlWal Immigrant., who
    *"""' whom the. .. , the colony a-, lit. ,r
    .hat mm- , a .,,,.. ,,,a,e. .X expense Other! are MWI
    mdW "p MaanamH. the De-
    S -SoVl CMX "" ,,: "'" "'" tnicnt received many telc-
    chOOl ,,,..,, ,. ,,,! fmiodallou pi,tl _..! ._-------o.n uillh

    I.. |,ul a fotmdatlon
    '"" ....." '"*" "P * bring
    connactlon with
    I'm
    all hr
    Enos
    and
    1

    Mubilf
    .V..--;..! .'hjff inn*1''! Toi
    nflj
    I nd

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    will be
    mil iiioro mrni-
    i .
    cbildrfa
    I

    w
    Ranorti
    I. B.C. and Inrucl.nl
    I I .. .
    . iui i.e-ti piu-
    ..- : .
    in io vie
    win mu'i oth^i >n praBmflng
    .

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    ,.,..,-,.,.,, hnn* cans n eoniwcuvn *"
    " '" lh- drivi-.- Operation Deportation |
    rnn linci thf __-----------.
    PtoyrUI Ch-rk


    ..".. August 1U
    Saittaii SiMf St'itJn. i-x-Canjiil
    i Ink was **nt to Haul lOT
    .. m..i Ha vaj fiHind uulliy
    Amend Customs
    Duties Act
    i.f.ORGETOWN. '-'
    AnfuM 13
    A nitt wvkJnit to giv.- iff* I U
    inr U.H.B.S.CO. agteement oi
    July 31. If50 to fadllUl- the IW
    {KcMng* of iticas mid knowltdii
    Ix-iween rountrlr. by way Of
    importation nf rducntionai iclen-
    iitk- and cullural materials If
    ,i-! To romp hrfore ihe BrlTI*)
    Oulam LafjUUti Council.

    untnhlc*

    .. v..,! Ho was found uulltj ep^^ mj| l5 jn ,nr join, f
    I s...iHi Court jury on a live- ir,.|l,im,.f1f to the customs dull*
    COlUlI mdn'tnient of fraud i"- ; |,i,nanre of 1933 volvinfl moni.-s .f ih^ Car.,,,. ^; ci 'a re,wnrT\ntl the
    H BatatM. Presiding judKe. Hie Hon. r(,I1(m|0ns nf world Irnd
    Kenneth Vincent Brown In po- __ .____.
    anUnca round that il war. At prewnt tne Governor
    thm the prisoner Council is empowered o lerrm
    vlth undoubted abUlty should the **&**_** .ggS5 iSSS
    . it toward ciminal ends. He -payable on any J.m^'^hl ,r"','
    >"" ""' *W ......" ,va, en*Onced u. liv.. vea.s ->n Imt It i. cons.dered_dcst.abW _th
    TWO
    the Governoi In Counct. nUM
    -.> be empowered to remit In
    an] pntl any custom'
    payable on goods.
    The Customs Unions Commw-
    ion has recommended th-
    inclnsion of iurh a provision in
    thf proposed common custom
    laws of B.W.I. Union Area
    c ustomi will
    They will taKe oe given power to reduce th'
    traffic control and amount of air freight <-hsrge-: u
    Slue ot gwid
    Mch COUUt ti> run roncurren'ly
    Th,- mints wen1 and intgtty.
    DOMINICA POLICE
    , Ot COURSF IN CDOS
    rCR I
    tiiH-in- ilaughwr houai
    ' the hor-
    tl rea need n
    ited Wo "
    (to Mi Weni ("Ifiiini
    for his CO-
    n* to be la .. tti
    i owi vet f i
    ,i rived
    woeful ' mornini,
    i..... "' tr_.....
    v mobile patrol duties along ith be added to the nw --_--'."-. i
    . ed tl hope will M N.C.O. and men of the local imported by air in ^.V^' 'v-
    the Pore*. The eourse begins at the the value ot^. \pi Jw pui-
    HhOd : i trie) 'A" Police Training pom* of ttfsonent f aw.
    h- Si ho. 1 on August 20. Rales of duty on gas urn
    fiterval between arrival at 'ie The i'olicemen from Dominica .ml paiis therefore PI -o
    yards and'Hie hour Ot atauij PI ">H vi*nd I month here. reduced. C.F.
    :: ,, . Comptn Her
    ffyou have eaten uniJ hdy. or i 0 well, rake a da-;h of BNO'S
    ' l-'ruit SjIi Tin* will set youi digestive lices flowinc. help
    nawi tnmu-h.l'-*al wuhits bur.l- t. remove 1 -* nacluuoi
    (brt and congestion. An.t tlian; rvescence.
    how freshening BNO'S i1- to th mouth BNO'S contami no
    (-l:,!h t'i Salt and no Bpum **aln. Vet, bv a gentle laaarive
    actfoB, l:SO'S encDuraBS oeri 1 repilar.n'. Moat ol u> need
    our FniiT Silt firtt fhiif in fki mpimg.
    Eno's
    * Fruit Salt'
    SPFC.t M 1 x 1111 0MO VDI D
    tdl I tt II 1. I I \lt \l 1 I II N.
    Bit h IK 11 ill 1 IM WSHNF
    BIUOI "*M - HI- mil IN. .1
    Swfaf la '...nf. ' -

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    ,An< 1
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    ?

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    SHOWROOM AND SEE A
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    (by kind permission 0/ Barbados Evening Instttat*)
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    from rain and moisture and improves its appearance.
    Its clean finish on inside walls and ceilings in-
    creases light-reflection value by at least 20 per cent
    SNOWCEM is hygienic since its valuable surface
    promotes maximum cleanliness and prevents the
    harbouring of germs.
    More people are discovering Ihese days the
    outstanding benefits derived through the use of
    SNOWCEM . that's why most oi the modern
    Bungalows and Buildings are treated with this
    Decorative Waterproof Coating
    "SNOWCEM'' does the double job of brightening and protecting.
    11 providM a decorative. Waterproof coating which does not flake,
    peel, or rub off AMD IS INEXPENSIVE.
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    Obtainable in:
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    The TlritMi Alm-rirun Tiihatro (B'iIunI Co., Ituildinu nl Lodge K.iail. SI. Mirhsiel
    nothei llmlrlint bMullflod with SNOWCEM
    AM I1IEA1, TBEATMENT
    FOR S1TC.AR FACTORIES


    I Mill VI (.1 -.1 It, IJJ1
    .1 M.\\ \l>vOCATt
    pjr.i mm
    One Piece Outsells jf^ #& %vm
    \r Tin CI\EMA
    < .,nad..
    1 on Hinh Slrw bound Cllinb all Sudani-
    r i \ peajai
    I car Cove re and refill* Box FteM >Kh[ rates CM >uu ^l>m<- T<>
    -nd Lrdavi*. Carbon Papei
    Ut Ribbon; Letter Scales I'-trv H $389 50 return 10 lUrbadea
    > detk ac.-enar> For the -i any time during the *Mur. Tr.
    iTnughliman. thc very latest oi BrlUin the return IBM B Ml*
    - .ires and Draw- POeral | I
    i ifiieiits. m,-ludmg (Vm-Ui March .1st from Mu> \ ,. ,, ^^^
    >, i whlcta Mr .V .
    .i mad iemrk.iulr JOth from Britain ... H ,
    WIINNKR TAKi: VLL

    in <;. h.
    BASED ON AN akik'I.k in th< v Y '- U
    The Jackpot, new playing at the Emput ii an i.....
    satiric farce that should tickle the funny bones ol ew I
    with, or without a sense nf humour.
    .
    ".- '' :illd flBfl]
    in
    - |ftM
    At
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    i( I i \Nt
    tin1 Piauu I Ha N'
    b thai llkfl WDOti

    bg .i nimble

    taaU of their NVMm tl
    **
    , i,. briii thai in. pan M tn,- proa. lad, "'
    ' C.....ul.tlna Machto. await pautta, ..[ ,,. ,- S,??**": '.. ..

    iMteundRll |dmutm iroswry pm
    l ho.H .ccom- S^oot of lb. Lbuloi 55toffi: ".!,..
    ' .*.....gjBrgtg r;- """""""
    ,,. Ar IU|>' i"0 "P " )
    iiscovMi that a hefty in.-.
    p frrviuv (iKFICI * to * Pald ' "II the loot.
    R :il**.t ., Cailllao Inli SERVICE both
    If -i Ruick'' Oi just j aotid
    :..'.:. ut paintar of mi mean ph)-si- ,
    ' cllon.lurn.ui to, ".' ""* ,'"
    I lb. U.....,
    '- ' it.,.., Or phone STm ad Jam. SI......lu ,oalt,., ,,
    ovtdari vi ii iMdtlne w.l..... coUectad u the ho,,.. .mi Vhe 3 ita t,,.' ' ,,k
    '' ..<"' Li" mo l M It, i have only com.....lei, panma.lv. a> the all ",..... .
    ,, ,llJ, "" F"l >UJh thiill-l- ,..-
    ill ye TOU full detail. In- Hut >.... UI have it , perfect ad to win the S2S.gmi.ranJ prur I lb. r.H i k. !. .
    .itches. | $2,000 diamond reB| nU' sreO, UloUatl unaecfOUiblO
    Uc] wheels or AnwrteAi and ftlfj I
    - all intercluiiijtf..iilr UMd Ofl the Job.
    Ut
    Urasscuttcrs and LoadtTl
    be there, loo.
    It_i- *i(h the new turn of event* al-
    \ more than a womankind %oc-)n'-
    Two Piece .
    4 to 1
    The nno-niccr iwtalH
    enthronod. Shops this summer re-
    port the eclipse of the bare
    nildriffoutsold four to on*.
    I u ring away
    fnm the Bikini," rcpor. the ihopi
    "Mot women now la]
    inliciilouilv lln> tt> ',
    A n-dlrHpMiwd Ullon
    .
    ralshl up-and-down Ium
    often nnphuiMd in iwo eok i
    in give that extra slimnc--
    Tops are rxapsrai with bOO
    bras and reverseeoloui uffs.
    . ..
    l-lit Jllsl-I'llnu | I
    TOP:
    Black -.. r iHUl fray
    t, hire edffine al sp the fop Srropt
    can (>< mil d fled In rJOTTOM:
    // Von arc ifOMHfl ciiouoli ai . d buisf on a lu'o-
    '!aclc nfni tacfex
    Irunkg are effectively (Mired tntli
    a bra
    ._ i(, Wonderful multi coloured
    rniiy beautiful Continenlal Mnpes and remarkable Value
    ; .i.i- l-tinps and Clock liom at Louis I. BaylH on offered by D. P. Kirpalam Dn
    u,full..mpsh;. ... str,,..
    b ae -h.pmcnt from
    u mUIdi ran (. null -
    deiigiiirui \ Oni features daratand why when vou mo i" x AUn Mowru3
    clock and photo.frame; another And lloyV Socks are there as "Vcly. miming interior decoratm
    p and electric roni.on, i f... Ul.||. m pialn colours and the >"< James Gleason as the adltOI
    KUVUlg *r-t flick at tor Umr iplendid vjIih- Then- " local paper, who helps Mi
    --.witch ann thc water will 1h>i! su,my hued American styled ties Stewart iron out sonic of hi
    no, or course, the convenient ())f P;,,K|lsl, M^nufactuiei mid culties.
    aiuicmcm provided, oitkmuj the stock now beinK open- The whole cast bai ihenuMlvea
    i This is ,-,1 from England aie marvafloui i AIM UnM -the lHarJgM is neat-
    ii!,: ..;. rou me laathar iwlts lUrpalanl'i alea debunk*, m a most nmuslnit man-
    n.inv- ,t,, ., wnftleiaie mscoum to the ,.,. a ijamouniad preo
    trada. radio entertainment. See iten-
    ioy It- and renternber. that eni
    _ n that amazing country, the
    .Naiwiwicn leaves (both in two three burner styles and designed
    .-iios) and the Fruit Machine Loaf with inspection windows for each
    which r. made m thrt* size* are burner Finished in gltUerliiK
    typical of the high standards o{ white enamel and black Ms
    id. on Swan Street ,hese very smart arrivals ore on
    view at thc Central Emporium
    Also displayed are modern Toile1
    and Bathroom Fillings by I.AN-
    i.ak In < brilliant chrome and
    practically styled with hinged
    towel rails, glass shelf and brack-
    ets, hooks and. m fact, a complete
    neaortntant of wail attachments
    lor Bathroom and Kitchen, too.
    cornolata ni>\i*^-|>aiiit- to hi '' fam-
    ing and Interior decoration job !> '>. Bnalb a th Ihatn
    ,s house, 7.soo cims of raiiipiiciu ""d happlnaai tot heraetf and iicr
    oninto soup, the utoreiiieiilit in .tuough the help of her
    portrait painter and numrmu- lormet dttUClna v>.i>ln.-i As youj
    ..iher lesa important Ita know. Baft. HUttOU and Fie,t
    Wifh Mi. Stewart are Barbara Asiam- are icon,,), and ttiougfi
    Hale s his wife, who find* coping V m,,v '"' ^"w *.
    A-.Hires dancing is always worth
    /7/r ririv iluvttmc i'.'.,.
    I _ LoMtGoaogna
    hi ynur Itath and
    and \t an*]
    and surrouinl VVQ nit
    YARDLE.Y /iptud (olotpw
    TaWt tn afnt tt\m ttiiftm
    uJii-h eat ei t*W 'f v k n n i. r r is o I. n
    - I H I I .
    keep riEToNTHim TOES!
    perftM
    really worth while
    Colin Bayliy Will show
    simple and IngankHU
    ,.ii-i! .
    The artistry of their cfafl | car-
    ried into their cake dec

    Cake Icing and Design for the ull
    important Wedding Ret-
    Part y. Some of the i
    Icing creations are om of this
    rVOrM ^ephirin's provide thll
    you simply dial 3222.
    Sfti gS
    pan
    Let's
    Turn-
    Dance
    li.ht dlflcr-

    Doctors Prove
    \fqu]wM<3yWin
    ornethaig ut evcrythlni
    B this Hardware Storea depart-
    ward & Bpaacac Lid. on
    rfarhlll Street, jusl nil Trafaliiar
    A wide range of Bicycle parts is j
    feature-you'll find that replace-
    ment among them. And Mithelm
    and Qoodyeai T\ raa in
    In all sizes for cars^did y'know '
    There are Boring Cushions for
    your gallery (hairs; doormats;
    padlocks, broomheads an ex-
    iraord lo ch -tea vou aaa
    Most rlaanlng matartali ara
    nocked by Ward Speiu. t -. Bl
    aie Cooker Wleki arid akiarnol-
    Wheeee 'It's a Zephyr and \
    i afore you can say, "Wish
    : bad one": This powerful 6-cylln- .
    tier engine that gives astounding
    I ick-up and start* you off on the
    ie of a lifetime Is some-
    thing you must really experience
    Let Allan Trotter show JTOU at
    Charles McEnearney's Ltd And
    for absolute economy, dou't forget.1
    the wonderful Irefect engines
    now approaching their two
    millionth. A Prefeet and Anglin
    are due soon (you may be luck)
    .aid net one of the pair presently
    the Garage) Price of the
    A Lovelier Complexion in 14 Days (>/*m
    The (.none number- 1'223. Anglia tixlay Is $1,700.
    Nights"^,'"
    .
    .
    hd-arln*.
    TRU-FORM FLEXIBLE FOOTWEAR
    FOR CHILDREN
    \J
    IDEAL FOR
    GROWING FEET
    MADE BY BRITISH CRAFTSMEN BACKED BY
    OVER FIFTY YEARS EXPERIENCE
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    M M>\\ \ll\ll( Ml
    SUNDAY. AUGUST It. 1951
    THIS BITTKR MOMENT
    Defeat is one thing, disgrace another/' says Churchill, telling
    the story, in his new book of memoirs, of one of the war's heaviest
    blowsthe fall of Tobruk
    u> Mil m\ Mil LMAM
    Till rtppll


    Rrurj H Mtiletleld
    of Asia and thi
    mitral no* wu to li
    mm The familiar are.
    Coventry. Tobruk. Mi*.

    exotic m wen strange
    lg Lumpui ;"'irlMor-

    ,:T of whli i
    fourth vo'.
    rm* of n
    i .
    ,. early *2
    to mid-'43; from the
    i to the glory "f TunU

    to "almost an-
    Thc man and thr
    1 to the might nd
    | . i
    .
    vive thai hailstorm
    ft Malaya, Burma and Sm-
    aapore had fallen; Rommel ha-;
    pushed us '
    naira and
    - .
    rendered |1 Tobruk; Ati
    |


    ..-...,..
    mm) tha Uuiti
    HI un

    I | :'
    i ,-on founded U

    Singapore Itlunder
    tin rountn don
    blm from
    I harsh vein
    ifaey . R
    learned thai then were no per- Churchill were I lull* North Africa or for pi -
    manenl ..... ,- "n*ldcni ..f
    landward i da of SI ,.; tenaciougb t..
    dismay was boundless, perate
    ouitht to have nul i| .,... ,.,Miv ,1!,, .
    known and I ought lo have been (, ... ,iiv i
    told.' he writes, excusing no one. W0uld dlscouragi op] onents.
    : ought to have asked The
    lessen I had Iwd -bout this tneir m U
    matter was that the po
    Bingnpore having no landward dc- ,. ,|. ^ f,
    ,.., more entered into raj continued postpi
    II , ,,f .. batUaablp be- tribuhoi to the Allied victory,
    mg launched wiinout bottom." obJU could be piofoundly
    ;. enough, the Oermani On theli par) I rare i url by any dlatu
    Mtu : ... ;.itionship. "Anything like
    na io fortifj the French\rud< Theh conitani nagging foi sarioua difference betw* i
    Chanm-i ** Second Front and iheir refusal and 0 i would break my heart,1
    |Jf.......gnl iha heroism Involved ha wrote to Roosevelt when the
    disagreed with Int. Indi-
    ,MK. WINSTON I IK Id nil
    i | i
    1 avail had f"i

    iuqu and fo
    The nc
    I Id
    rare
    ,,( tiie full of Tobiuk"
    when he
    The I
    *
    an policy
    d to a German) Dinner with Stalin T
    rcr iilMiul Ihei i/' "Tliisg he
    , ... .. i.lows IP PERSONAL contacts, bowavi
    an i. ,.i dui f i Ibi I ' the
    i.
    . ..li

    But It
    yielded a
    out
    Ma .....
    .. bitter moment "
    thing, disgrace u V radio
    L.i.i .t iiii.sfortune that
    Wiili-
    .
    .eit and M d Iha only
    Sherman tanks then possoased by
    :
    ii. number.'1
    iV rThree"hun- Tl'
    The glooi contempt with whleh
    dtsmiuwn tho&e who attacked
    his poUctei In the Comn
    the Press reveals his sensitivity to
    i But he could l>e gener-
    hur provides a ous to men who did thsjti dutj as
    nccount of an informal they raw It. ^ffe may U be thnk-
    had in Stalin's mm ii if pui lives have not bo i
    rhlch were "of moderate i -,>, dire problems and
    fllcUni loyalUei
    French oncer
    the British.
    u < |
    .-ho died 'Ightinj;
    U thi
    Bex oiid Kmiit Km*
    this volume hei bj no mean
    settled "
    Second Front. Churchill has pt
    vented Ins use with Uh
    ..,,.1 II I .. 1........
    ::;;;::-
    . u... I i i nira, until
    r mm m ;: 3 m ,he rnontln* tha tiny party
    Crisis.Ik lee-irc.Mii
    HIS ...IM.lt-. '
    exhauattbk erv abtlltj to
    shupe the linpoit.int without log*
    j next .'mi: hours, until mg sight of the trivial, wUI remain
    wemondnf. the tiny partj the wonder of hU time V71 hsv<
    their sugai
    day when In
    Thougn tfolumi "*" "( ""'"" offenalvi
    M.i
    Oa wnman who ru
    tbn tlinnrttnrn from
    het own uperlence. writes to
    u-
    'Before tafclng Krascheo. 1
    always iiK.s-1 to wake in the
    '--Mar *iv tired. Now
    I ware f"ling full ot i
    i Jim made mr feel yea.s
    i.ninner. I also ^nffored wl!h
    rlirumatlo palae In my shoulders
    and HwellliiKs round my ank!i.>.
    I sin now completely cored of
    these palna and nwelltngs. I take
    regularly sr.'t
    Bsghly of it."
    Kraschsn k a young
    beoaoM 11 tooes an the liver,
    Vllnnvs and hortil.' mil
    Uiom s.11 workiri; unnothlv *t \
    m.lsntly. Tb reward of tais
    tntornalclearillDesslsafrsahecail
    ftii-l invirorated >
    waste nitnls a.
    ' hd pains of rheumatism <
    Ami as yo'i I'uiLJnuo ivltb Kru-
    scben, your whole body reapoads
    *o its piirlfvlne lorce
    Kruschen is ohtsinsble from sal
    Ibsmlsts aod Stores.
    Soapino'dulU hair.
    Halo glorifies it!
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    NeseaVcl/y
    naoxi domfrvff
    fros> soir o-d
    ISjfll
    Hu'.o .-,
    IngroM lather
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    Halo ...
    hatf lot'. KIT
    Halo kiviais the hiodin-.I
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    HEALTH
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    ii'ength -nh that of any other cod
    >ar o.l a*d yeoll tee ALTkA p*w
    you twice iha valae.
    la Settles of 1*0 Capsules v
    AcenU for Bsrbsdoa : The tienrral Agency Co. (Barbsdost Ltd
    II Hlfh Street. Brldsetuwn.
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    COD LIVER OIL
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    , eloquent advooats and the (thi on runl a and .....to expn
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    I be Churd i '"
    . | protesting too much btesn to Cates the ml
    No responsible military autho- them moat Th< i cfsstg.
    ity could rsjwmunend s feaatl rer grand
    The ex-
    WrihM f document* *"Uv
    idividu
    opiiallon for the invasion of
    in 19*2. run* lu argu-
    Uill in North "
    ..,- the o.dy practkabfc
    rho did no
    ring hi* (enure of ofllce, jr hll'
    I 11 inosiUon for ;"i3 than th.
    long-po* i pon iti invasion ot Fi
    tell rnosl "( ihe itorj Th

    ing power uad pidfrneni
    I did. oftaa red vhy im
    ''
    But how much of Ih
    was due to Churchill's u
    powers, und how much M M
    niev it.11 ill Ity of .if.;
    . .< .V
    invasion plan only I
    leluclance.
    ', the Anal
    Anglo-American derisi
    don this operation wa taken lulj
    be no Unenl
    in 1943 ffo better evMee
    n his own .ibllitv to win BD .ir((U-
    inent.
    PlThiilW nothinE tiul n
    devil Anglo-!
    pore h.
    this problem of the Second Front, i
    /Ivid > porting oj
    i ke Alemeln bi
    plays s*
    ent of the man who has been
    ,l. writing bruMianl nillita>>
    i had who had lived since ifl when beflrst published
    Maiakand Fiebi
    "> pn .mMi me. Force".
    beast on dllh i
    *" crisei .,n,i quarrel
    - ouM'ttme;
    ted In en,*! n i
    public life, and this wai ce- And thaw ptuj ' i
    . vsonol fi iei i\ ,, u stand athal
    hen he chled Wnish.l
    r Iho ( hiin 01] the word) "i' a fun h
    He roi Ihesemi decsda a th you:
    WhelheV hr- A'amu......'"";ur l^"n"'
    Wn in .ii Ise The Urn* uf
    i .,-. u i i. hi In Iha working
    i djarnocrac) it a ar I ^uresji



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    .ill ovt-r my bod) and ><>,tk my head in ii.
    I always keep UMACQL in the pocket of
    veil aa m my desk at the office.
    When it getl I< hnl for enmfnrt. '
    meaoj <>f refreshing myself
    hand.
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    lave "tli' I a bl tSaass in ;|
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    B 47419
    A limited quantity of planting
    n.aterisl of the vanetiCB B.4744
    ;in-l B.4741H will be available lor
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    i from the CodrinRton
    Experimental Station. Pi
    wishing to obtuin plants of Uvssc
    varieties slunil.l Bppl) m wrltnn
    lo i(hc Director of Agriculture h\
    Saturday, the SUlh SopiaMUlMI
    1951 They will U- nolilled tl
    due course of the date on whir!
    they should take delivery of U.
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    2. Trials carried out to datt
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    infall conditions, while B4741
    is best suited to the high rain
    fall und Valley soil
    TO-DAVS NEWS FLASH
    'i"ii>iii.i
    Modern fruiiiaio
    liana walla and
    heavy aibeuoa iwof There Ii a
    lane L ifaped Uvinc room, 3
    double bed too mi with built-in
    wa'drubea. Kitchen, pantry, aer-
    vant* kitchen. bathroom with
    tub and ahower. aolar haatin|
    inatallalMn. sarase and I tar-
    The a-rouivl* of
    about an acre are heavily
    wooded with Mahosany and
    Elamtwyant Kara and ^h lawvna
    ami tone iv^ied terrace are la a
    excluded wall sardrn UnuauaU>
    altraellve lorn lion cloaa to town
    "ui" "s 4TONE Bl'NOAIalW
    Cream* Hall Temwr A modern
    3 (uod bedruoiba w|th
    built-in waidrocHsJ i.nr lourufe
    well .uyplied with l.ited cup-
    board* P.I.--, im farafe-. >
    und'V
    BI'NOAUm ' -.iiifs, Mar-
    (l.'lii. I-ii(e inKif paliu
    roam with Franca
    (Jllaalea and ill* 1 Viili!.-
    il niird wit)
    > Mthraatea laraa
    ft. Uundny. ervaat*
    --'.li- dvubaa
    ra Walled en Hi
    WINUY WU.LOWIT-. Pro.peet
    Ueiifhlfiil unsalo*'
    houaa with open verandah on writ
    i "aapnaaduiS maSnirV-ent view at
    lea and beach Lars* ! - B
    BSSaBJBSSS, varandahi. kitchen, pan-
    liv and irrvant* quarter* *ltorr-
    roomi m baeemenla
    BCNGALOW y.ne Hill- Very
    well conairucted modem home
    clererly deaiened for coxy run-
    nm wiu> ralaimun ubmr. Can
    id* veaaadabB. Uup4 llvln*
    tFiroom and aep-
    iel. liled kitchen, laundry.
    quartera and larsv
    aiase with direct occeai to houae
    CoTiitmctrd nf atona with poluh-
    ed ane noorlna; Ihrouanotit Cool
    Hal *UstrM.
    - i m i inn,i., Cullode,, Rd
    A aparioua 1-atorey atone houae
    built to laat with Iha typ* of
    material rarely ., to-day Ae-
    Jdation rompnaaa encloead
    lallrnea b reception, dinlnaj room.
    5 bedroom.. kilchen. panto-.
    Sarate etc Well re-
    ommended at the greatly reduced
    now required
    in N him. 1VAND li,.Vi. .,..
    are inairucled to offer a moat
    iillractlve bulldlna; ell* In a
    ecliided poiition bouadee] by
    Oolf l.ii.k and havins direct
    ni NGALOW. St. J.
    A til "tuetad aaamde
    well rated
    with an
    ul prlv* le sarden.
    . jad _____
    \arle Ha* flowering Bhruba and
    Ireea Private bethint cove with
    oud cale bathinc Their la art L
    I'laped roofed verandah lounge.
    u.nliiK room. 4 bedroorna. n-rTdr
    *aimtr.t in thu taiiuonable are.
    irarre thu type ol property
    food capital and
    MODEBN ai'SOALO* Chri-I
    ChurchA unique modern aorne
    deM-yiad by American orch.lecl
    to lake full ndvanugo of a choice
    4evated ate .ith rruHtruBeent
    viawi v*tr me Caribbean. There
    are J bedroom.. t talkroam*.
    iiviiifrooan. *tud>. kitcheti. Uun.
    Vfiviiui appli-
    RENTALS
    w in is-nk. Qaiden Gap.
    Ha.tlna* Nicely located furniah.
    rd bunialow with J bedroorof
    lie k>| leaee
    "PLBASAHT BALL COTTAOB".
    Dayralbi Rd. Thu nicely tituated
    liable fvirnlihed
    "WIITIIALL FLATS'*. Cod-
    rlngton Hill. St Michael Modem
    apartment* with uae of bMUurul
    t'ounda.
    "BTBATHMOBE". Culloden F|d
    - Town bouae fumlahed or un-
    ions leaee
    SALS KALE
    mv.w*vww/aww i"'. "i iitaannipwt-v,W'
    KBAL ESTATE A0ENT8
    AM TlOVtURS u*
    Sl'RVIVO.S
    PLANTATIONS BUILDING


    -IMIW. AIGIST 19, 151

    GOVERNMENT NOTICES
    :
    menu Oi
    l> ZOin August. 1951
    U Or.irr the maximum wlwlnale and retail w>
    ..t.d Cundauw MUV' arr m fellow*
    M M>\\ \l>\0< \l\
    r\..i niiHTi
    the? OflM
    OATS (Ti+ii,
    MilkCondensed'
    i -Red C f'-rand*
    MALI PRICE
    (not more ihan>
    $12.80 per bag of
    I :. -
    SI5.I2 per case of
    48xH at Ul
    114 64 per case of
    48x14
    RETAIL PRICE
    IV per lb
    34c per li-OB. tlr
    33c per 14-01 tin
    18th AkiKiivi. lflii
    IMM V.
    PART ONE ORDERS
    T
    I .'*> .1 I I OMKIU n H I I I>
    CjMMMndfeM.
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    rtir.it> TxiniKi
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    im
    maaw
    a ilc ^ oi*ti b, c. cn-i tka ^,,1 P
    ..(i Monday. WWmiIvi atM -ftmradaya Met. w*..
    and
    . Wartnda>
    "iiii tbe>t> m<
    Ml on Tnurida:
    m pnpaia-
    m parad.
    rr mi-
    and Tnuraday J3
    Foot .l(h Cause
    Killed in 4 Days
    Pain and Itching ^
    Stopped in ^ ->'.'.
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    YEASTVITE
    The Only Pain Reliever
    containing Vitamin B,
    Kr.ratU
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    oaiiixi nirra ami mnnii aaatJiAvr tup -iik i mum,
    Ordarly OfJwr t - X. ft
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    tour i*ei- Do ih*w uutera biu and n
    and catta* more bliatrra to form' Do y u
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    Iroablra. rou ahould ilia* that in* ,
    i -!. In a |rrn or Iun|UI and llia( >
    M> ,t (rt'fid oFyour trouble until ,>
    kill ll.e (eim. o. paie<.!.. r*M>ntlb!a C
    it>* tioubM.
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    ord-nary olt.tm.nn and Ihquidi
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    B O L r A Adjutant
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    anttlaJIM and im* Unportad by leouaj
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    in 4 *> limr Nlaodota* lll
    Mraallri a-id nti
    .i .luuitlt. ndyau'.niarior
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    --: .I'.r tiimo il )un 1 day* lonfor U --*kt an
    tfhkkaL
    IfywwmDiioaetQLnCKRELIHF
    (ram PAIN, and al*o to cojov the
    hdoefm of Vitamin B. >tu mj
    ttke YEAST-VITE Tablrt*
    Tbert'k DA>ih.aaclf like VIA> I
    VITE. It ii the ONI v pajfj
    rehewr wtuch ALSO tonuio* i(c
    tocuc Vtuirun B,. IX.n'1 ajfti ,
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    M L. D. K.wi- COX
    IOI.I' d. Adjutant
    Tn* Batbtdon Rnjunrni
    tiigat. ihotr .. llatne fo. all Momfcet.
    i .. ~n Sat.ndov. 15
    SIS YOUR SAVINGSACCOUNT INCREASING?
    Did you save as much its you anticipated during the put year?
    How much have you saved in the past five o- ten years''
    If your savings plan is bogKlns down you need a systematic
    rnethod--#omoUiiiig alone the hues nf ,, Sun Life Endowment
    Policy
    Start savins this sure way lo-d;>>
    HEADACHES r
    NERVE PAINS.
    COLDS, CHILLS,
    RHEUMATIC PAINS
    RELIEVES YOUH PAIN
    and
    MAKES TOU FEE1 WEU


    MOJO,
    :| SUN LIFE ASSURANCE CO. OF CANADA
    Hud Oftiii MoDU-tW]
    K M JUNES & COMPANY UMITED
    Rcprenrniarire* /or Barbadot.
    Cabrn ] (;on-.,!vt- Jnr.,1
    and I'tincaaiera
    D. I. Crlchlo
    YEASTVITE
    BWIA
    BHTISH WEST INDIAN AIRWAYS
    B.W.IA. BRIDGFTCWN
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    lalld fnr 1'irirUn i
    MS* out tin> nam*'
    and haiMi tn*m >
    trt*> c,,,M 111...
    Will all th< p*r%nn> t(. whom Ikkdta hav* b**n (
    j-ui ba to* Dull Hall at IQO I
    uimlf- lkrl.
    Youthful Vigor Restored
    In 24 Hours *\
    Glands Fortified
    by New Discovery
    Do ;ou t**l old bofor* your tint-' Ar yoo lirod.
    ; -i. dovi, arMit out.atnd mmhl* !> >j. Up out, Ui
    ^rrd^Kd Dkaaauroa Of rnodrrii 11MT Do ioa Btattr
    pddd and i.'i'.i.. el
    lit I*-- of Mtncry.
    nn Blood? At* you *
    SjT Do yon a
    _____i. 'j Vdy
    pun blood? A'* you o*M'd> Do you mff*!
    It or Tiai* an infrriorilr fompl*** Do you .,_.
    ttw fMSHV ot women op do b*autir Tu by wlthoul a aarond lat*? It you .upT.r fion.
    "'- roi.diUbiu. Ln*n you ai* ttia ylclioi oi weak
    land-, aad ualaw yoor alandi an- totllfi'd and
    atitmilabaa. tou can not. nooa lo tafam ouil.fui
    >t|our and anlmaUon.
    VHolll* Your Gkmds
    rottunauiy for tnoa* who auntr from run-down
    land ariion. a pny.Kian oiih 30 yaar*' aapt '
    in rrr*H*da lmiilr. bbAl and poaUKr pti
    late ifand actl1
    .entity ai.d tBui brlna a
    (V, tltalltt, and li*aAii
    Vi-Tabc. fa in pleaaaot.
    ataa, laoi'i lorrn. mi you ned I" do
    .= .O Ulr Ian little tabl.U thta* tlrraara
    **- day. Till* prwacriplian UrU Wk
    ImmediaUly. atimulaiiKf 10* (landa. in-
    i WOvralM| Iba Mtd and enllnina; your
    ho.* body ai vour alandi rapidly b*rRi
    tioni*r. viit .ill Ie-1 ad at* youraell be-
    i"M ...- i. it' n in..I- !. and :.. i
    amy able to kwp up wiitt yaur work, but
    laahima the joy* and pLaiurra o( U(*
    ii.ni* lirqurnlly ll.au cv*l boloit.
    Doctor Praisos Vi-Tabs
    Dr. J. HaM*lll -.irleu-knuan European
    ti'iyilrlan. r*renlly aMUd U*ny ar.iei,-
    Inta are of if,e opinion tliat the tru arrrrt
    of ycutlilul viaour and illalily lira in ihe
    land*. If * rould k**p our flanda func-
    uonlni prop*tly. *t would l*rl and look
    | -an younger and In* yean loner r. Baaed
    in my yaan of riptrttntr In atndy and
    ina.lne, il U my opinion U>at Ilk* medi-
    cal formula known a>
    Vi-Taba rrpreacnla lb*
    il modem and Micn-
    c ii.ti n .1 raaUiod oi
    muiaiiiia and invic-
    'at ii.i It>* Bland*, and
    hfal tiaoiir and ti-
    r lo tbo body,"
    24-Hour Rasults
    Betaiu* Vi-Tobi ate
    "In OtM #>flVnf in 4B Ml Spot**
    UtSi A HW VRUN IM II !!
    Aa ii.. -im- ..i.i, in They Bring l
    WATERMAN'S PEXS. CITRITE PAPER. SI L( IVL
    LAI'NDRY STARCH. SMALL THERMOS ICE JARS.
    il (,i i mh i .d inmn: SEE1IS
    AEROSOL FLY SPRAY
    P.A. CLARKE -Cosmopolitan Pharmacy I
    PRINCE Was. HENRY STREET.
    rr.tly upon Ihe nl .i,._
    and lo build new blood and
    no long aatlina fo' MaulU.
    poaj an aitonuhiii imrt^veaoant wiin:i.
    34 hour* and tint tnry fral tan r*an
    rouiiger wtlliln oi week Tbaaa. rtiulla
    have been acromi ll*hed liute alt"! Iitne
    In tlioiMBiidi ol ra^*. aom* of which bad
    aliooil n-en up hope of ever btiti Miunf,
    wall, and luuroui aaain.
    Po
    Results Guarantoad
    andinr hi
    Vl-Twb* in tiMiui.iid* and tnouaandf ol
    caari tliro^rti-iii the world tnat II ta nqw
    oBerrd under a ixxittte tuarauier |.. r.i
    nothlnsi ut'.Uu entirely ulufactofl Un-
    d*r Ihfi |.i*raiile< a*t Vi-Tab* Horn your
    tlieml.l today Put It to ll.e I*., and **
    lor yourarlf how i>-w blood t1njl*< ItiluuiU
    irklr. yout
    i .i:
    and -
    .-.Hi
    injoy ii
    a new
    l.iin* .i I
    [IMMI
    ia on id. .
    Th*n If lor any reaion at all
    fa am aaaalalaly aaUafleO. turi.l, iM
    h* empty |.. mtct will be irlui.tl'd liet V.-Twrt :r
    out clKcnlal Loday. The suarantec |
    Vl-Tab ^guaranteed, ya&ftgga
    ESSII SERVES
    ACRIGl'LTURE
    with Petroleum Products
    for every Farm Machine
    and Vehicle
    TRIUMPH
    TH5 BEST MOTORCYCLE III THE H'ORLD'
    It is going to be difficult later
    on to get that bike no book yourn
    now... 3i h.p., & h.p., also Jual
    onp Thunderblrd In shipment of i?
    duo anytime now.
    A. BARNES a CO.. LTD
    III
    FROM THE
    B. I. F.
    TO YOU!
    LADIES' EVENING BAGS
    mode of Crepe, Satin and Brocade
    A HANDY SPECIAL
    from the British Induitries Fair
    V. Ilr UM__ A IO l/lll.
    2(1 Broad Street.
    i in i --I
    ll\t ON *4|c*e|J
    ItlilSKl I 1U II ||b n
    run hi \ ii uu.ii >
    ni! rti
    KAI I II* M |v
    I \i UK.IN
    ( OWLAt
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    Rl HI | I ON, | N 1
    in. Tin
    OM> Itoi
    PBtW a Ml l Ion
    ftPPU Mil I
    BACON It \MH KS Jiai
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    H MM Is i s,,,(|
    Vlnaaarl
    rill RURfl
    Mi.Miin
    ii \si t hi rm
    rOPfll rtaa
    M .XWI II Mill v|
    . i'liMixs a to., i.in.
    $ "".....' -'"'' Max 30J3 a 45ej
    ;VX.-.-.-.-.-,.............,.,.....,.,,..................... .....
    | WM. FOGAIIiV B'dos LID.
    | JlSI IX
    iho.%1 i:\ur. i. mi
    :J UOHTWEIGHT I WEEDS 111.83 ..
    | SI -n.:i ;
    m I : 1
    LUXOR (LEAK GLOSS VARNISH
    SUPREME IN QUALITY AND FINISH
    Also
    GALV. oil. CANS I, J 5 Clm. Sl.
    ST T. HERBERT Lid.
    11 ROEBUCK STREET.
    JUST ARRIVED!!
    A New Shipment of
    BERGOUGNAN
    TYRES
    Remember when
    you buy
    BERGOUGNAN
    you buy the
    BEST
    PLANTATIONS
    LTD.
    R.M. JONES & CO. LTD.
    Agents.
    MAKE YOUR HOME MORE
    ATTRACTIVE
    WITH
    CONGOLEUM
    upply yi.u with On bUawtaa
    ere en
    SQUIRES -1 rt, x i >iK.
    I jd. J., ,d.
    .1 yds. x 3 yd..
    3 yds. x 3 V. yd*.
    3 yd.. X 4 yd..
    R THt YARD :- Irrl aldr
    6 lr wldr
    1 It. wldr
    30 Inrhr. wldr
    21 Inrbr. uldr
    ALL AT REASONABLE rRIC i >
    P.y I', a VUlt TO-DAY. and .rr Our larcr ranir of
    ATTRAITIVI DaaiOja aR DISPLAY
    BARBADOS HARDWARE LTD.
    .THE HOUSE FOR BARGAINS)
    Corner of Swan & Lucas Streets
    'I i e READYMAD1 Bl ITS S
    $.'lti.4:, per run \
    imis airt ";
    1951
    Records will show thai Barbados has'
    made history in 1951 by the following:-
    (1) Record High Cost of Living
    (2) Record Crop of 187.000 tons Sugar
    (3) Record SALE of the Year by
    N. E. WILSON & CO.
    <-L-Ji'is..n'S;'rd'bre*k'n'< "SA'-K SATURDAY lsi
    ..hPTEMBER. and is calculated i.. e Hill. i: prices.
    thereby improving the tpandlng
    Ttril lad can be witnei ...
    lor many years in the future. VI
    front ii<'. throw youi p*nnwj im Beowi
    take full Mtaaalaaa "f the baaaffi real
    K.coi.l-breaklni; SAI.K
    Remembtr Ihe opening date SATURDAY hi. SIPTErAilk
    and The Stogan-OFF TO WILSOn's
    N. E. WILSON & CO.
    31, Swan St. Barbadot' l-Tendliett Store
    PS.Watili that spair li.r further details in N. xl Siiml.IJ
    Dial .Itwti


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    MIAWII SWIMMERS
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    England W in Final "Boo*' Will Skipper
    Test \latrh ft ater Polo Team
    lr. Trinidad

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    Starts Thursday
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    . ... Ing w.ii, i polo
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    < hit- in- haa won countlati event
    in both the short and long out-
    ii -
    Alliinuuh h.- is nut vet in bU
    usual top Eorm this veer, hi I
    U| nickel ,"\
    tnr i ri ,..-,- >i l '' >' '" continuous
    tour io Briiisn auiana begin* .i n ah h,
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    ..30 p.m. almost imi- othei
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