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I'M.I run SI M>\V MlWH ATI M MI U SOI I Mllll! II I'l.l A new perfume for YOU..." wiaiA Out nil. t *** N POM* it* InW.f.M. WOVRILL, Vicar of *% St. Matthew-, who w a rrl|'. app'"trt>d Canon of Ihr Cathedral to lie installed at ft Auru-iln^" on TlsurMtav. Ifovem'Mr 15th at 4.30 p.m. Chief Reason M H. AND MRS HARRY ST 1111.i. d n.i MMk iw>. -i uu. Ul re urn to St. Vincent tomorrow by B.C. Airwreiemfi tot their \i-il WJ to be prw.nl i| Mi HI HHIV brother' f?Jfi^^r^:t::::;:::: %  K. ^^dsPM -••••••••a ammmV *"*^ J <' *>••••*• • %  •••••( 3 Holidaying with Parent. CockUil Party M ISS BERYL .' from Mrmtrn.l ye^nem-. **-* morning by u holiday : %  Mnv < %  Arm-In* try the fans, plant* < Mm. J"% i She It nayt-m .,. i %  ..bout onr wee.k '.-JiJS QnJtib fiaUuuj lllllkl I TALK PIA#, hot" S310 TSABA Mttl 1— PL"*-Kr-t TARZAN'S PERIL ^^^"^fc^ -* — • ••••to**'*-* T*__l Tlic perfume with the lunger-lasting fragrance v BOURJOIS .11,11 Ml (3 "•*>. JI-I V.W DP. COLOGVt -nn ir-emu m.**i ijM) vrciAi. > k.-l ,l-.w: 1 %  %  i ,' %  i wi rw i nv I K *--Oor* UALKKADV ,na < HfT V r-*n> ATTHAcno**' wpKitoi or I'.-.i L ——f :.U. T ,.;,.,. m i. TODAY TO TUESDAT 5 & 8.30 P.M. MM CAGNtY inKISS TO-MORROW GOODBYE" t.vii n HI OABDEN r -\vi l.l I •••.. r.A.. *•(• %  • MUHTIAO IATMIK ill vs, rt OMJJ. I'l IBIItr *T HAWS most modern coming tourist *ee-aon. Chief Topic W HAT wa? *-• the r*.-s i NO In (hf h.ur of nnwi—f net het i I •n • %  Bttll EMPIRE AN OLD nmra I N A NEW SPOT JIMI A Few Yards nil Broad MMM in Pr. Wni. Ilenrv Street VOL'R DRUG STORF. III h COSMOPOLITAN I'ltiisr Ci.inr in ;uH SIT . TI1K M: (.onus CONSTANTLY ARRIVING Phone llll — 2MI P. A. CLARKE Thr (Inlv COSMOPOLITAN PHARMACY Just alT nr t 4 MrMtl In I'rlnrr Milll.m Henry Htrrrl T-d*. 4.45 awl 8 111 and CMUrnnhvz 20th C -Fox Technirolor Musical -OX THE IIIVIIHA •UirlK D.mi\ Kayo, Gen.. Tterrw% Mualr —llinelnc— Srnalna. Danny i* runnier than Ever .:-.'*'..'.'.%-.. :::• DttaoNa ratvAi Busy Dajr •kajiaa ..i BASEHART CWTiSl tUNGAN • HOUSE ON (ii TELEGRAPH HILL 2o.— I AM II A "HII SS SHOP town HiiHAD Run IMCBSSIS RviHly-m-Klc and midc-lo-Order. I„_BRAMSUREIaU-WhHc and Pink. U2H 38 and 40 With Waistband and without w„. tbend From S3.M to $5.44. *.,'--.-.-,:.-. ..-. %  %  .%  %  .^VAV-*Ar-rV/A*/r, I. I It It I TO-MTi: X I'M. Last HhowlM of • • "THI Cil V WHO (AMF. BACK" PAUL DOPOLAB LINDA LXABNBLL TO-MOBBOB Ooly 4.3t ami 7.45 p.m. •INMM ON MND STBEKT" AND "12 BL'C MADELEINE" II i WAT Only 4.3V and 7 45 p.m. I'lNKV" And "IN OLD CHICAGO" 0|M-i.in c WEDNESDAY. I41h. 3 and %  p m I T wu i % % %  BM woMt-oml sh-.-Tpitn!. che> goods which in m. Irc.iii, -• %  !, oprnt i Sw.ii(:.<) i ..... rnt\Trafflc v. %  %  "Play the Game %  Hit ALLAN COM.YMORE. Prvaldant of th tbdo> Cricket AvocUtion. Mr P. A C Cl.;rmonH*. idnt of Ui Barbadoa Cnckat AiiaociaUon and Mr. John Ooddard Ui Bkioper'. wil. cUattliui at th* Cockuil Party *l tk<* HaiUit HoUl laat night on th* OCCAAIOD of the oprninn lam"* at* bat. What were they talking about? Why cricket of BM New Look T LDCt) ill Ul(* 1 Steel Band Association T ur: tfarbadoi Rhytl won u' Stoal Band I Shoe Store %  „,.i uMy i>eoplo throngc i non at BM (.lo* Th.-.'. iltualod i U>w.i Broad hrough the utoTv. (the ladle*, .i Strvrt mTU to M*r>. K. R. Hunte partment is on the ground Ho"i Barbadu* All SteiH rVreussion Imln. The laj i \ li %fate BtaUootry Ant Boar,) Ml I I %  danMtamHd the show enjoyed the |n ardaj lor Ihe Brit lime ager of the ItOn :.n ii lift |0 be installed but Bug v. .11 of the t;;!obe Theatre, nive a short the building there tl not tx ilk .-n the hwtoa>,> M of n .Inch On each floor on eit: %  i He told how tl % %  < . rnodtrn „-, ... rn. than ant rowa oj /(ii-ci.r B HI \i k iiiiie r thing tha ng out. %  fendet on lfa I %  %  %  Without in the the lop floor. while ... I t..unes and contact Bti divided between VUI Two l.it ion of the buiUUitg Wed A Thu. 131 A lit amU **' d< 11 niainly by suction f. i pair 11
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Title: The Barbados advocate
Uniform Title: Barbados advocate (Bridgetown, Barbados : 1983)
Portion of title: Sunday advocate
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Language: English
Publisher: Advocate Co.
Place of Publication: Bridgetown Barbados
Bridgetown, Barbados
Publication Date: Sunday, November 11, 1951
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ESTABLISHED 1895
BAHBA: .. ER II 1951
U.K. Servicemen's
Families Flown
Out Of Suez
CAIRO. November 10.
BRITAIN began to fly out servicemen's I
the troubled Suez Canal Zone. Three
Hastings aircraft, took off fron ree Air-
port at Fayid with 58 K A F. fai
children. Ten of the children
years. The planes wijl stop ovei
proceeding to England on Sunday.
runent
BRITISH GUIANA
TO DISCUSS
I'EDERATIOi\
was o >-,, (.,..<
QIORaBTOWN, N
The Governor annum.
thai the Legislature will meal OB
November Ztflh to consider the mo-
lion by the Hon. Dr J. A. Nut;.. -
sun that tin- Council
principle Ihe proposed federation
ol the Urilish Caribbc.,
and agrees to consider .
mittM >( .ill unollicial itt
lot CoundL nvonamendalion* in
the Closer Association Report.
Freddie Brown
Si'mh 'Good Luck'
To John Goddard
Fran Oat Owl C*> >'?*>>
LONDON. N1 9
England's Captain, K. It Brown,
today confirmed that he had '
a "good luck" message to John
(joddard in Australia. M
start of the first Teat.
mean that you arc |
Urown was asked. "That." he ic-
plled, "I niver am".
The views of Englisi
I'ommnilmt on the first I
mad up by Uw
.Standard's headlil
Lose First Hound".
There seems little dd
moat Englishmen are backing the
Wt Indies in the scries._______
pun n hun*. .ink!' In
Zone to r "Ill-treat-
bad beer
list) labour

a* ittah.V.v.
READ
FILL IIKTAILS <1F
TIIIMI HAYS n.A\
W.I Al STRALIAN
TfcST IN MONDAY S
KVKMNCi ADVOCATE
Bit THREE HOLD
CRUCIAL TALKS
PARIS, Nov. 10.

i
.
The British Foreign Secretary
Anlhioiv i:
.
cannot poaatblj fulfill I

aid.
The FT< .-ill-i; to

plans I
.
i en i
9
9
1 11 onomy will nol
... oblll
. no
1954.
A I'S
would !


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Tii.' ia-o an S ipervlslng Board
at N.A.T Cound
Committee r also mooting to re-
view proc" I to dfttO of thei;
country b> COUntrj analysis of free
bullies.
I'. | eM will come up Mon-
day because the complete figures
were not l
Iftl.l.llVM I AH II
AUSTRALIA'S new Wlckt **t\*t (1:1 Langlcy i
In the picture (left to right] 1H Ian I
brillUU .teh qB Luii'.wall to dl">
Luni1' r, (torn** sod L: ilw.ill
W.L 88 For 4 In
Second Innings
U 98JES REPLY WTPfl 22<>
IN FIRST llYMNGS 01 'i'LSi
lUKoi.i) DALE
BR1SHAM
in
THE WEST INDIES and Australia pliqud each otfeaT
dizzy toda) and If I may gay bo thej p.
Loo. In the morning Ramadhin and Vaiei tj
game the Watt Indies way. In the [wall
the islanders will dream about I.:
Miller in a successful onslaught Lha
m bowlera' averagea Th< n
new ball
ten.
EUe and StolLmeyer were feeling then- way to
i.ai opening, hut two wickets went foi 50
an i weekgg began once again to pull the |
TOPSY HIWIH
the board road 2 lor aa with two balls ;.. u.
those two balls, it tead 4 for B8.
. Tho day Showed Thr.f
feis have Iwo *>><


Li'-ks II.
MRS K U LDw/.RDji RS] Top-,y iNewtiwniipj |i i BtM Dl the Hs-Uiign utretcU. Ill the
November IlJiidu^p ov-r nine farMQg* Mr H A V- I KM (Wilder up) l In econd pom
tlon whilo Mi N M i DOlaYosi (Holder op). favourite In tJic race i* in th. third position. Top*y
won by mi en-y three let.gth while Doldnun heat FUeSXOa into third place.
Blue Diamond Wins Brightoii
Stakes And Causes Upset
MB R. B GILL'S ch Blue Diamond pro-
the only real upset ol the das when he carried oil
the Brighton Stakes over live and a half furlongs on
Friday, the second day of th< iy B.T.C.
Autumn Maeri t1 the Garriaoi
1 the mi
Betting Pot
est divii.
t h* dq Blue Diamond
#Ui in th I snd Z41-M Mi C A Pelrcc' ru
in (he liedlnR Fo|-e^J^l to tho , Friday and there
puniers cotwctlj pUcln| SI te|
Diamond and Just n> Cbanco
Although the wtethei ktoked B
threatening e ,
actual
:ing time and k
five
I ollgS,
i |

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n oral lancUis an I
G
winner Ibmt

Only oil*, winning first day
< >nd day
Mr J. T.
Fletcher n of the
' 'i I
while Mr. J. i
J B. QU1 H V. I <
Mr, v i r.
first win ol li. I '
.
I
S34885 was UM pah flgun i>n the
IIml day. i1 Friday wa<
$418.42. It naDd ihe *500 mark

11 |700.
Th Me--'. contlnuM on Thum-
day.
famous pair of
..frnld it oiuo r]

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him 11

ma


edge and ditted .
wlult ihc crowi
must be 1:
onb uu third i!
f) On l-age ',
Miiiliaii( lIIIIIll:
EMcee slushed
as shop stocks
pile up
toron ra

.

Ow rorento n
Ivertlslng Trkunpa aoa

announosd (oi wide
. .
'' 'i
i' ipital. Manv
. ,
Manchesier llinnillon
i ii i ii. i

1:. Will U*
I ** freiahters, now being bulli si
!. Will I-- .,
1
,.
I iToanowAi
1
4Power Command
Set Up In Mid-East
CDW Gives
$4,118,483
To W. Indies
In 1951
I
Results At
A Glance
Second Day
iram a i
I RED < i
1 MAHnOWKEN
3 HELIX SURPniSF
MNfH NA< I
1 VANfjL'AKO
n ntov
l| N
DSTN H\< I
I AKl'NDA
3 FRKTtnt n_irrrr"
RLKVKNTH BACK
Tol-iY
! DOLDKUM
3 FL-IEIM r
TWrillli ii \i i
i IIV rHAKCK
DRL'KV
THIRTKVTH *lf
CAVALIM
I CTTtmrgY
S MAIU-M WrNDS
FOi'KTrrvTii n\i i
1 LAND MARK
J WATTBCHESS
1. HOTOtnTB
Six More \\ i'4'ks
Given To Settle
Kashmir Dispule
French Pierce
Rebel Line In
Indo-China
Nov 1"

Frank Oi rs ,
Indian
HANOI. Indon
.
unchad j i,(
rebel lines todaj


of Hi .-




v*lttnarafa batal
Pass were esught offguard. only
'I'le to go into
rtaly.
The r
Dtaplta low

off at dawn f

rtiich i


consistently h:,- iieolni UaoDonald Britisli
tloa I rnmlwtonor of SouUi.-..
Tories Will Follow
Labour Policy On
Commimist China
it
i"
losrn
Churchill's new CahBsrvstlr< G<

.
British
1 ' i Nalioni
uiii.mi :.
Idi .
eie Hod isiue on the agenda.
position!
.
R,
China, Ihi n much
.


M
linn for '
IJnlted
i P
MM s, idkin Vote
viarmc

i
Oi

i

man
L./X, Forward New
Proposal* To
Red Truce Team
Hm 10
1 im offered
I llM In
will ,.c-

n* dropped
i..
i

of sn srmMlot.

. i
i
just Oil-
patch from Alan Wmnmgton the
i tent r. ifa, |.
! |
-i i give up theii l<
or Kaeaong, a .
I '.'ir<"
I
Ii a World
!
.
an hon-
i
mlng "
i. i
Brig <";.



.....t t
lOOl I'liitilniga
iii Jan mg --:x grants
I 1509.419 whoee approval
,:..i v i st.ilr f..r tlio
brm notUecl la H
i aaptmilor tor Develafsmenl and
Welfare durtni October.
..
bulkUnaa,
ow )ireti spent, end toe
hull S9fi.0O0 M
i. i rreen loeeJ tunda)
l1 ' thai UlB
building j be i
C i. n-Yoei Plen With tiu-
in m a i'-.iv i tiii the i krvai n-
|
ooL contalnlnai
.l.iin. lien. It.II. ;ind l.Ti\ar i maiit
to cevei hair the
I nf a hi'lnc lt>
Improve domtic waiter i uppllea
i\, the '.a- hip of
(St, Ann) i
Honduras Ii eUoi .'t<' SIo.iiho f..i bra .K-...-mr. devetop-
ii. Ttah nd 'inti
uo Britain Honduras
recently, pr the prep*
ration of rmtldlng tor Im
tation end ih.- pun tiaae
' studio equipment Im ludJn|
.i I : t i i I | .1
... well as leu
seta for community
allocation
nt nuide
for ihe iii'v.'inpri.cni of ba......
in tha Caribbean resdon
A grant of $fll.23H In favour
i i rward ribuida covers
ofMI '''"" ol
UM airport in AJlUfUe In I'.llll.
lUM). iiini luai. I..H.U,.
' I ;tlViv -
j .,. - paid i" .nil1" I si fl no
i | to
Two Mnall gi arts si.440
lownrdi ti. exoi.....rt of the
Bo. la I welfare Train Ing Course
1 .: a eovei In-
1
pant to the -1.iii "i lht Qovei
lint veterlnaj) servh 1
ring th<
< oh in.ti Developm n( and Wei-
: the Brit lab
ISl 1
14.118.489 Colonial Dev< lopmem
...
the lal Aia.i

.... &>y
'
1
PARIS. November 10. >
IT hag beam learried ortteiaUy that the U.-dted States.
n. Prance and Turkey have forrrullv decided hare
tn eatabllah the Mnicllf Baaterti command despite Egypt-
ian otojecUona. They will set up an integrated Command.
primdtiK coracejrned with plamnnK.
Tlie Foui E*owejr declaration announcing this decision and
its motives and aims will be al In the
apitals ol the nponsonn^ p 'Hu- tr\t <,f the declaration has be < rvneJau 1 | Arab
countrtea and Israel. Members of the A:
the 1 rXaeembly will n 1
: Powei decision
U.K. Munis Bigger
Discount On PHee
Of Iranian Oil
WAgVUNCrTOM N
ii ' ovei what discount
might bM orfend BrlUata l j
Iranian oil was rrporn-d on Fri-
day as one <>r the .....
btocka .-I .1 poaslble setUemeni ol
Annlo-lraniaii
liable inf.....in1
: Britain up to " of
. .
below the work)
rel iitr1 . 1 I,..i.i ng
.:
80 1..
r Iran dei lalon t.. nati
billion dollar Anglo Ii 1
<'i] Cocnpanj *c*>
Advocate llurrieaue
Relief Tuiul
11..- Bi eratai UsL
B.W.I.
0 Nov. lil&l.
! \t ntlen
1 am directed by Ihe Govern
I tha '(>t .J y :t'ti-i ol Ihe '-tiii
Octobtr, 1981, intimating that the
1 '.....h.i I,.
looted b) tho '-Hurl...'I" .
1 aiiKiiuttcd
through the Canadian Bank 'I
erot tot tho Jem tea 11 1
Relief,
i . imounl in Qtw
. 1 aired
:* (in behalf ol Jamauoa Hi
raqueats thai n
ncere gratlludi
! conveyed to roui Corripany fa
sponsoring conactlons throua]
um HBaibodoo Advocate*' whlel
has rwtulteil in this splcrulul con
;i ibulion tbwardt Dm rellel "i
bare,
I nm, flentlmen.
Vm.....- ii. at Bon vant,
(Signed)
f.i A. tiny Cofanlal
Messrs. Advocate Company
Limited
Street.
Bridgetown.
.-to*. B.W.I.
Codfish rihorUigr
ThrealcnH Jamaiea
KlN';STON. Nov
1 ttwe> lht
Newfoundland sxr,
local Government, There
.;.pl.. on it..-
and the limited quantities held
.:..M
iiidiiiig aans]
ind ind whoa ittan pi
puce "i dei

i aha local
...
Agriculture,
p

npllai earber
per pound
consuinci did not
ictlon Ihe incrense end the
aaaaag.
Nelson Ring Slalrn
nREENWICH 1
v in sl.|. M u-itU v
'" n n was th,. third ra.ii,
1 Admiral
. hi d
....
'
0 ph i.(l nti 1
Dj aw BulUn of 1 .
'" '",vu" ' " '' 1
a .... June 3
' mg, given by n.-i do i i
: ' ,
from tin- .
,,,..1 _c-
UosIId

against outside
aureasuoii can be secured ...
the co-openttion oaf all interested
said.
It ourlincd what Arab states
1 in the ttrst place to assist
oring tatei in iieveiop-
Ing Hi. .ill Middle
states lo play proper
oiee in the defence of the area
,
tha Muicll.- tu*t
rvene in
utea arising
thin iii<
Thirdly, tho HtabUahnient of
Middle Kaetcrn Command
xlsting
lemiiiiv from
Ucc agreementg in-twcen
i Lsk of the
Middle Baatern Command will at
nerlb one of pian-
og tha Middtu
.... then 1. ,
I era of
DP
Syrian Cabinet
Resigns
Was Getting Out of Control
DAMASrt s Nov. 10.

I .1 ; 1. -
>( his Cabinet because his
i-"!.):;:. Mlo et 4m ted to
Western policy against Ihe wishes
. 1 ablnet
Hakim laid that when his
' got out ol Control "bal-
lost and I am responsible,
penaUullty fvirthcr."
In a in.H l pmUimimU Ihe
outgoing PVcnl.i gave -is per-
sonal views regarding (he allltude
Hrhfch Syria mould adopt inwards
ne probleni ..f |
He said Arab perl
the Mediterranean Corntnead on-
Weaten Po
an uld end the dual alliance t> -
Egypt, j

taking ulting
tin- Ai ib Lea
1 led Ivan -
HaJtien comraendad rruraan'
.! bj Progranun
one which would rtroa
Kally
Ueh Arab rean > I
aggression.
He ild n did w tee! tl
Arab rlatea should conclude >
dlrei aUbuu a wit reel 1
>..ii the Palestine problem
IM Solve,! i( Ai
ac wisely In theli
i with the Wear, r.p.
"Empty thy full o/ajs. fill thy empty glast-
I cant beat to see thy g/ass neither empty
nor full" RABELAIS
1 N layi irben geritlaroen g the lypi 1 Babelafe ihought
nothing of consuming two or more bottles of fine port
'luring their .ifln--dininv 1. lax-itton period, their trend of
thought was efTectivcly put Into words by the extravagant
lllehl Linking song of Can I the IM'h Ccitury. which
I'l'iau araaf aoao his assswr re-sipn
1 am the only God of Win.....
and *nds:
"L.et Wine be earfb und land and 8*0
And Irf lliof V.'m,. ',. ,,!( (Itr mef
Tn-day. the gentlemen of >eceir. vintage retain the enthus-
Tew Lues. They. hOWOVOT, OTO i" hill aCCOSVj e/tth the words
Itebelel ind fii no deepei itiefactlon than In doing it
THE K.W.V. WAY
The Only and
the Best.
The PILLARS
of
HEALTH
insist on
K.W.V. ALW?S


I'M.I run
SI M>\V MlWH ATI
M mi U SOI I Mllll! II I'l.l
A new perfume for YOU..."
wiaiA
Out
nil.

t *** N
POM*
it*
InW.f.M. WOVRILL, Vicar of
*% St. Matthew-, who wa r-
rl|'. app'"trt>d Canon of Ihr
Cathedral to lie installed at ft
. Auru-iln^" on TlsurMtav. Ifovem-
'Mr 15th at 4.30 p.m.
Chief Reason
MH. AND MRS HARRY ST
1111.i. dn.i MMk iw>.
-i uu. Ul re urn to St. Vincent
tomorrow by B.C. Airw-
reiemfi tot their \i-il wj to be
prw.nl i| Mi HI HHIV brother'
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K. ^^dsPM -a
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3
Holidaying with Parent. CockUil Party
MISS BERYL .' *
from Mrmtrn.l ye^nem-. **-*
morning by u *
holiday :
Mnv <

Arm-In* try the fans, plant* <
Mm. J"% i
She It nayt-m
, .,. i

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..bout onr wee.k '.-JiJS
QnJtib fiaUuuj
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PIA#,
hot" S310
tsaba
Mttl 1 PL"*-Kr-t
TARZAN'S PERIL
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to**'*-* T*__l
Tlic perfume with the lunger-lasting fragrance
v BOURJOIS
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TODAY TO TUESDAT
5 & 8.30 P.M.
MM CAGNtY in-
KISS TO-MORROW
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"Play the Game

Hit ALLAN COM.YMORE. Prvaldant of th tbdo> Cricket AvocUtion. Mr P. A C Cl.;rmonH*.
idnt of Ui Barbadoa Cnckat AiiaociaUon and Mr. John Ooddard Ui Bkioper'. wil.
cUattliui at th* Cockuil Party *l tk<* HaiUit HoUl laat night on th* occaaiod of the oprninn
lam"* at* bat.
What were they talking about? Why cricket of BM
New Look
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Steel Band Association
Tur: tfarbadoi Rhytl
won u' Stoal Band I
. Shoe Store ,.i uMy i>eoplo throngc i non at BM (.lo* Th.-.'.
iltualod i U>w.i Broad hrough the utoTv. (the ladle*, .i
Strvrt mTU to M*r>. K. R. Hunte partment is on the ground Ho"i Barbadu* All SteiH rVreussion
Imln. The laj i
\li%fate BtaUootry Ant Boar,) Ml I I dan- MtamHd the show enjoyed the
|n ardaj lor Ihe Brit lime ager of the ItOn :.n ..,,nlobutln.Ht their Fesar. Bran, h tatpaetor KM !
in bha w.i. told Cartb thai than h Danoa Content ui which
i Hm t lt quite .i bit Of work to ba dSACOli took imrl Tins c.it.h'
built lings in Bridgetown there is ui' baton tha mw buildinK U broughi tnaiu LaiaBha tnm tha
.-.dwork completely ilmshed but it wai irowd,
Ion The -toot- rtopad tha
an roada ui iiu*s ectnulata fr Chrii ". Btertea Jonaa, Manager
1 "> ii lift |0 be installed but Bug v. .11 of the t;;!obe Theatre, nive a short
the building there tl not tx ilk .-n the hwtoa>,> M
of n .Inch On each floor on eit: i He told how tl ,<
. rnodtrn -, ... rn. than ant rowa oj
/(ii-ci.r B hi \i k iiiiie
r thing tha
ng out.
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