Title: Trinidad guardian
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00081212/00549
 Material Information
Title: Trinidad guardian
Uniform Title: Trinidad guardian.
Alternate Title: Sunday guardian
Physical Description: v. : ill. ;
Language: English
Publisher: Trinidad Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Port-of-Spain
Publication Date: April 1, 1918
Frequency: daily
Subject: Newspapers -- Port-of-Spain (Trinidad and Tobago)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Newspapers   ( lcsh )
Spatial Coverage: Trinidad -- Port-of-Spain
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1917.
General Note: Description based on: Jan. 1, 1962.
General Note: Sunday issues called: Sunday guardian.
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Bibliographic ID: UF00081212
Volume ID: VID00549
Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000354929
notis - ABZ3083
oclc - 12086429
oclc - 09718483

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No. 179.

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Just Arrived bI.r a Recent Opportunity, 5(0 uny,

I Ci.dics' Trimm 'eL -fi s

ExTu Bivo Styles o-t Show To-Day.

pretty designs
just received.

lovely range in all

Fine range of Special Suit Lengths.

WHITE DRILL, (Fine Value)

Boot- A

and/ mBhoen


i. Incorporated 1acO.

Capital Authorized 25,000,000
Capital Paid Up . :, 12,911,700
Reserve & Undivided Prolits r 14,564,000
Total Assets . . 33..000.000
Sir HERBEnT S. HOLT, President; E. L. PEASE, Vice-President and
Managing Dinrctor
C. E. NEILL, General MAanagcr.
365 Branches throughout Canada and Newfoundland.
-:53 Branches in the West Indies, Central and
South America.
LONDON, England. OFFICE-Prince-1reet, E.C.
DIEW YOnK AGEHCY-Corner William and Ctar Streta.
A General Banking Business Transacted.

Interest Paid or Credited halt yearly.

IJort-of-Spain Branch A. S. CREIGHTON, Managor.
San Fernando ,, J. C. WEIR
Scasbhroi gh(Tobago)Branch L. R. MELVILLE


Vacuum Mobiloilso








Prices t $100 to $12 00,
New Shipment Just To Hand.



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the hall mark of best quality, a beautiful assortment Pin
Stripes guaranteed not to f1le ... .... ach $1 44

a soft white shirt, with Military Front and French Cuffs, a
real smart dresser-to-day s price ... .... cich $r.20

The newest style in Four fold Double Collars, as worn by
the aristocracy of England, all sizes..... .... each i8cts.

An "'all British T1\- 43 inch- .nrg in self c.l,.urs
Mlirr.r.n. Royal Pu ej,.tcel, LiGlit Gr.', N.L".', Gre--n,
14Vhiim and lack. p-ci vluc .. ... ... 7.:cts

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aWo Solito Advuortlao, ilot iAdvortlso to Soll."
Many people say tlhey do not mind paying one or two shillings -
more if they can get Boots or.bbhoes that are comfortable from
the outset. We have just opened. a Fin: Assori-tent of
Gent's Boots '&Shoes in black .und t.an, vici %id p.--f lea:litr,
from $3 o00 to $7.00 per pair, which are.unegualled in the town
for Quality and Workmanship. "
Call and le- convinced, as' ---The Proof of the
Pudding, is in-the Eating thereof."

"THE EXCHANCGE" 9, Frederick street.

Are closely followed by our /
Tailoring Department. There'
is always something new, and one
We ll a riI5.d MAhin knowt ,h erre
to .Et what he wants That is whyI I sdhFk
he cla.ys come's to Stephens'.

S a'e a ne I a P oSitim to W al Lb tiit ,haGrip
-It will ht n ed on your
S- ouing, ;l n ,e haI th'.o-
ri at all prices,


M, $t44La i O 6

Ilathing Costumes- One or Two-
l'ie, a thli or without Sk;rt,

2- 9o. to $2.

We can satisfy tik most ( sti-
Sdious t aste in Zephyr, Print,
TwiU, Net, Silk. Pongee,
Longcloth and Beachcloth. v- T., :
Perfectly made for Hard T .
S r- T Ih st A if-I. tQj-1 to 9 4Z9 1 a

Our prices range from

ine best snapet. $I.20Zu to $2,16.
?I t Hats, Panamas, Caps'
We Specialize.

applied are:- -
Gear Pans on Electric Cars,
Steam Shovel GeEars, Chains,n Wiro Ropes, & Boom Guides,
S.e'-7 1. ; '

Locomotive and other Cranes,
-Kiln and Oven Cars (Cement Brick and Terra Cotta),
Cable, Wire and Chain Lubricant,
urvae on Street Railway- ,
Gearn and Chains on Motor Truch and Tractors,
Pinion Gearr,
Gears a on Sugar Factories,
Protective Coating for Machinery E--posed to Weather.

"There Is a TEHICO LUBRICANT for everi purpose.

oaru -
O leo Vreaable El.htpo Id comp.un-

[tRelnef is sore and certain. We soil asd gusrnte thepa
'h- Agentr;


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"-- Acting Director of Agriculture.


R. 0. _W I LLIAM S,
Curator, Royal Botanic Gardens and St. Clair Experimental Station


WllunIT9 'Haln qhLCUTL? (B.

O _%LE

Ex. Recent Arrivals


256 000 b l

25000 "HM "

The favourite "Gillingham" Brand.
or further particulars apply to

SSt. Vincent Building.
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That India Wharf Malt' has for years stood the most
severe analytical test and found to be a pure food and
has been highly recommended by the most eminent
Physicians and Scientists-6 of the age. One of the
largest INSTITUTIONS in NEW YORK wishing "_
to secure I the best STOUT for their convalescent
patients. called for samples from the different Breweries
in the Utnited' States and had them analysed exhaus- .=--/e
tively intheir Laboratories and resulted in a
which gave the best results, being thu most Nutritive
of all the STOUTS. .Tly order no other since.

JOHN A; YOUNG, Port-of-Spain, Ripvesentative.

- u 1minduastan ]uand, Princes.Town,
'' 4tfh March, 1918.
GCenlemen,-With preat pleasure I ive you Ithe restilt of my experience in thlie w
o' Yf r Omboietr's PaynequIila and Rhiumatic Compoutnd, ttviag used itlm in very mnny
.&uhegimcat s. I Iwas &uffeiingl olroit ltltieuimalsm for about nine months and cotild
at alea my I ed I apent about fifty dollars in ianay different remedies, but wa- nvot
c amtt So tliied your Osboaes Rrtniedy andl will grnt success I was curncid by four
hbaoles, and ow I can all, and work w i hut any trouble.
Tom. ts Respclfully,'.

W. G.

FREEMAN4, B.Sc., A.R.C.S., F.L.S.,


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T .er. ,I o and Use,

Greetings and Congratulations from
Other Cturches.
THn evening meeting at 7.30 o'clock was
largely attendeqs on Good Friday by influentilal
i,-I Ea nl CF Fernando ando iltilric. besides
eart Indians. Lhly Lamont was among those
'On the rostrum were the Resa. F. J. Coffin,
D..,loderatur, K J. Grant, D.D., H. Morton,
I.A., .. G. Green B.A., N. A. Bonter, M.A.,
H.c.K. emp B.A., J.C. tMacdonald, B A..W,
A. %Lrine. Wallen Slith (Grenada), W. Me.
C_1.ullhl Tihoman (ro ris '_orl-tot-.SpaicJ -
V.. G. Eney tWeaslean), S. .. Morrii (Moia-
Iant. J. It Cropper (tli3lsh Guiana), H.
Rnamcherean, J. Gibbons, R. Ranesburn, the
tHod. Geno, Fitpatrich. Mesrats C. I. Go-
paul. I.,. C. Whlarton I. Relshall. Walter
W. Bcnyun, J W. Aliton, R. A. Torrance. .
C. Lenin, I S 0., L. D. Ac..mI, D. Mahabir.
louck C. C Soodeen, J. W. Corabie and T.
Gedde s Grant.
Il ieaetReI-oK neds-4-cibh the-singing of a
hmn Frtch in Thy name, 0 Lord."
Thelo Rev. W. J Grerd pradecl and the Rtcv.
it McC Tbomiiou read a salable portion ol
The Moderator regretted hat Dr. Grant head
beru fora bidder to speal, to them. but he had..
repairedJ in address which would be read bv
ts son, Mr. T. Gadde.r Grant. He spokle I
lle increased Intere l in I splsionacry nork
thL,urbc-hot the oCrl-I nud quotitd-igures roe
the blc Bc.-ok oI Mtle.,Pni shooing the
coonritulionr to tliaj.e n. Hie shored hbot
Canada, in spire of the needs of its own'
bonme-rntissions for the immigrants' cowning in'
had done for foreign missions, chieftlyin Koreti;
China, Formosa and Central India. Itfothe
West Indies the Presbyterian Church in,
Canad-had--eitabhlshed two-missiona t-e-in-
Trinidad and a younger one in Britia't Guiana.
Last year the Canadian Presbyterian Church
gave $42,000 for the work in Trinidhi nnd in
addition to that $18,000 of Canadian money
yas spent on their College building, so 'that
last year $60,000 from Canada were spent ot this
tissiamni Thv a detro take b had not been'
ithotii' ariod. 'Tliey bad raised up a bhdy
of young Christian workers of whom any
mission might well be proud. The local con-
iriLultioU to mh1o0 a worn o ai iigcreaaing.
Lar t. i it ..a .sl,..r,,,, Their .. ciono ao
...ori ctc-a.,alled an eoucariorinal ac. -o,
rIfee hod ;al !I' c ECih in vc ich .about 1t.c"'"
T.Upil, aere enrolled ain -aliihon to their
pricr-.rr work theb- had- NPlap-idma- -CCil-
Ic tile Te-cherb' Tralning College, the
C. .- .7 a ci.-'i,.0-Je A IL-5 i0l4, 100.ci ,
rh-p h..t l ,- r ,r i,- -t.,ent, onus-I t.
,a-lUI t, iW t t --r, -.-.tlra- Io-rCl a i.,.z tI.a-'
Th -. A h' in ,. ," in ,il, qu.le ind l ,c,_ l .
uI h r nu, eerric- cil me en cre T i thel I.
",01'. ,lUc. ic: he G-i .l ;I t.:.r Icar-.- I l uden-e

chri.llo ,iiC.'a r on I ,1 : Chrlint, n In-i are
bclmirlng t the Mb lic n h, h e beei l, uildln.
chubrcht a their .)c a expe nce in the h S
rilune .,iiirict.t lnre. uic:h chulrechly b ",
.ecc1), L.ji.-I, .,ir, C ,,r1al.i ic is.,-] Pali-.
Chlr ctn cao, can t a ,,..1i. ,, or 1
t l" iere bot lofulfor the ,e a.iare iof suac o
L-.ihclh.) a clles-'l their ro, alnd tLeay n-ac
hLl ehllni t'e .-'n trn g f-e recr ol tac l .:rc, l,
I t a tinit ftI 2o r he pl pi, -. "'tr,
Jc.i I -sot.n It c or c tnoi. a Cn ac.lh:
c hatchh Ch-a,: .lh,..t r c l-c11r, hancdt
In tr-c'oa'up tc l e G 1pe cc ia s-. an nnChr-I c.'l
ao ,, ,in Tri,.la,, T l r.i-ic, i c .c.rI
.illb Li,-" ..,rumo eul icr the btor 1 intr,, o
c-A Me.pir t calt- hec ,,er and that sitrc -
-..o(, M I.; I ethIt 1, c n1.1 tt rjetl olf tL,: nr ore,
irh ire-i n,]tt.1 oic c lia .th the io lttil -t r r
OurLlrd.rna i L: ell htb i.. ;,

Oar Ltcd -rsett ida c
.n.ounce hu -r e,:, thor Go,-:ran--
ho hr ] bhoped it e te n i tb hem had ice
e.xr0 .- - e tria t r ,a h col u--c, h ata,, ,re t
al r.;c.- ttri ti, fil 5 :,.--licn- a- i.- '.r.ce i-uc
the, re1:,-i that ,,iucrr hr. coca nt cit- -
ot ad.lI;Nlle tb-it Iii ,Excelleocr hb-ald tLrh.
tiee tog j aurnes t,:,r t'm r l-a .'-l ,in hbr,
aelncr Blo r tics I meoteocousaldi entl tlie It,-
ple.trrce inltroducing Mr Geldes Gricat .ho
would .read hii father'o address.
Message From The Mother Church.
alr. tI Ged-ien Grant vio described hims-el
-4 o,,e rf.ui,:r acha r'- b-.a read Dr. Griont's
al.tIre- nl allows .--
The honour as c nell ac the p leisure i a p-en
rume of rresenting the Fotregn Min-ol n Board
of the Pte a Jo. te lChutch in Conald-, and b,
it rhr I reeatterln r Churchl hbi.n vri grert
ro-l a n l[U. tOn at -rl -ltorle a n otc iao .'n l
sllt e cla4-rod ,, a Ca ntnent, In s.are
ie -eti. tolitl icls hrt la the Continent ofl
Epr .c' Who u.-altproud oftor real North
Anera-rti cRu.Idlce ti the l e-i Slc.,aa th
A\l-1,- io-r, 1al. kfar -bort et-ou rn Ul',erfial
ore,-.. 1ich i neidng.m. the ea 3.729 665
c-.tmie tnoiic. Are ce not juitiy pr-oud ofc er
eoa.tifta lcand tOf ,-t C.sTec.lciaccrail rcurre
Into h er capciaiua ono tha 1,Trinid ds. She
Icra snee crshiaeca.c line of rollay, stretehing-
.ua aeiles,. which connects Sjdney, Nosa
Sccriri with Vancouver, British Colnalnir. The
p,-tb I.nlae of her relsurvesiion fki.e ore1st
ilncctre on- fii-here can't core hbe cojeetureI.
io mtoen t if hall 11Ct pairie lands of
.lareinilor .i. S1.eatrltev'.-n snncl .ti'llertsa -ere
l.etalghte c -I,,rr ic tte aart, thl %th,! 'c ld
pendure oheot etoual to the N %heat production
at the pteseit tice throinb.-at-the Nivbole
crorI- arnd liverr unity ot tnthat chent is
Fmnalo 'r f I tilTe t 11e.r Ilc e 1 e. Ie t o th ia:
Caocoalr weei ro,,:t.iccngctb e vra}nSuin hoil lceu-
lirc iyeoc 1. -a teeI a fillna clccne toe co t, i,-tratl.-i
ivteao. a Chracu rte u,_'eoonln heli- atheigh
ereoeccll, .mcctl io n1.0c cctie t clgnitr trhe leicjr-er,
concilell It'oynyo.'ra, etrae itn Ciolncctl. ant ice
iTect rsltet Ic"Ikit 'e 7c d o:,cllal t nicM le, Holy
n-colt t reoct' IIls r),iuiia ina -I-,tl Le t -aot
to cea and front tthe river to the eI-I, c n the
ectrth.' Oure iceriltge tifront tr 1-a to en..
trcoc Lthe Ati-sntce to the P,;cilcc. 0bect
as'in, it i-f tram the river. to the ends of
Itre carth. freinhe great St. lawrenee on
sshi.i the tlegiarnc, eatc ta c hi tca Kr il-snu %'ely
pl nit"iltheir ctrgone-. 1,00u alhilv ct the Chi

from f I.,\ ,-,. .

MElN'S "M\sTIC" sHoes, strong gun metal uppers,
firm fibre sole-, a really good b.irg-in at the price
$4.50 a pair, sold at 5 oo elsewhere. -
MRIe P.'.icss BLua.,: GL.CE n jor-, with a per.
feet gentlemanly appearance. The soles and-
he.els ofl solid English-oak tanned leather. -
I- I-.iCE $6.oo
ILI' Fo:-.. Tcst,,s ciLs for Men and Women, light
rc,-,nfo.-rtble, a splendid shio,- for resting the
.:,at. ,\\',:.n- .:n' asi: i .-. M nn', sizes $1.8 -
a pasi
Mfn a 1Hrs':- -- K ':oaI-" FtLu T-T-rT,-stitched afid-
[,:g -,l ..atrproof sales, solid leather uppers.
NiiCEt $4.0O
C .ErE ..-:i.SE S:,Lr. LE.THi-i, Ar,.ii, Bi,.'CHFPns- -
PRICE $2 40

MTH OTHER& & o00

-_ TWE- -SA- --A PPL4ES -T-O- M-ARINE --- nd -R---.

I r-ir.r in thle Motor Union Insurance Co. ltd,--
l1 London,

Ph N. PAMPELLONNE & Co., Agents and. Attorneys,
48, South Quay.


Vn-- a ia ha bay ht iat y c.' 0,13nat e ).y', Ik'] Bto.--r W- Ite. Bamamb r I
IuL't.r.t A BBREaD" "
(1) hbo a dsroi ot in talnli' l tairs, fe-rom any othtr,
(21 l jte pi ca-'e i.rJ- l l;r .lea..-rJc f- r ,.ny dave.
M(B) r i. I to .,pi ear by tr n ', .;o rte ror,.jy r-a bl tin I bo tB6t.
Oqt r d.ly n pn, i 24,000-1d lor., a: peVt oa a t I fra ':.snr of-our
bsb.krtris : t" '.'." '1i FrFr-r .-uitt 4 rv.,t. 'Phobn ~58.
t FcP.k4 F.O L It P4 mi. -,. r-'. 'Pt-ono .i.
r( Li-- iiLi:. (.is i im I Nc -'II-. i r long1031
LUClitE'LN ['.iiic, l .6c1 Q,v, ,. : ,. o.'P nc o. inis .a n, ('-. agffs
d8hrpr!b ..,,-.vn ALBER'T LUCIEN & CO.,
I 0I Obarlot s Btces and h0 .,oan Quay. 'T ona -

TThel Bldimg Tradeo':

English Portland Cement---" Pyramid" Brand
(The best quality Cement on the market.)
Galvanized Corrugated I ron'(English &Am.3rican brand.)
From 3fL to 10ft. Iengths-26 and 23 gaug !
Flintkote Roofing (a cheap and satisfactory substitute-
for Galvanized Iron.)
Pitch Pinge Lumber---all heart, all sizes (Scantlings-
Boards and Planks.)
\White Pine---Boards and Planks.
'Use )FW o ale.:



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IN -,- 1-', .n. Ii t r., il K ar .,

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A1I-,-:,1:,r,,-: s 4 --

Lc.di'- lI-,: .J $ ,:.
I -i-[ lot.: p,-e3c-'_:I'cn
F,-r Iljurh-r particular-, :ipl ,
'Fh' ni tr,,:- ,. i o3 } i r'. 5tr,:,.c


Brini ProvisionsDejpoi

THIS rtEEISfft iSUv e prouIES
For Good Qualrty Prnvislons, &cc', per
100 lb.
m- :200 Tni-' $15. Coat-
nrj. iS.00, Edidon., $1 00, Daa.bh.n,
11.00. REJd B-ona (dry), 11800, Pue,-Oa
Pecaa Idr,). I 0 Sies Po-titoaa $1 o 0.
Pumphmn,. 1 26. Cot on onCA b 2c100 .
sBtellid Corn. '1 256 : l B3fOr 0.1 S,,cl,
oc1an nJ diry, i300. itarob, -'5 00
to $ 600, sand Faorm-, I* 00 to $55(f00
Bocording to quality; Panslnina 703. to
;,1 00 pac 100. andd BInanBa 120. to 60-a-
ppa bunob uooordiosg to quality and itae.
flopig gooda ai TBE MANAGER"
Ground Providnion Deipot Part-of-op.in,
adding name, Addles a-3 d BariaR astliOa.
W. G. FiertciN,
Chalirrmin Groaod Provatlon 00ommitteo.
TPnoor 1087.
M .anh. 17.

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Low PrromlutSo, Good Bonus-ts-
and Straight Dealingj.
,All luormntlon geldly luaiLsled tyffe gcenLt
FRANCIS BOWNE, Port- -Spain.
rjALTE. 1. BONYUN. San Fernando.

Thayor's Blod Purifier
Shis medicine has been used for many years
suatlood slterative and corctiveor fB Humorn.
,ltlntt t ,as a .s Weaa'nln d D-, aiJr.-n.,,,n.--u ,
Coughs of Asthmna. andBroanchit., to prmomte
thedischargesof bodlyWaste. Pnice2l6&t100.
Don't let sour litie pains become big pain.,
.aen a--bttle -of P ED NURSE LIIN NT.
-,l probably hilp sou tKO Rubbing Required)
1/6 each.'

S- - a
McCarthy.s Ph rmacy', .
72, Duke& Frederick SVs. Port-af-Spip



Boot & Shoe Barg-ains

f 7011 know that l is one thing to get hold ofa stylish appearing shoe,

Large quantity Gartphore" Best Steam Coa
\ Ex Hulk or Wharr
.W H -8 KY. '
The prool oY the popularity o,. "JOHNNIE WALKER" ih'
inside every bottle. ..

Th Trinidadla Shipping & Trading' Co., .
E OTDCE ., -._ ,,.

Intending passengers for Naw York by Trinidad Line of Steat0,
are hereby notified as follows:-
(t.) Citizens of the United States of America will require to pro;d
naturalization papers.
(2.) All Passports mtist be vised by the United States Consu
(.inJssuing of Tickets will cease 24 hours before sailing.
Vor.rrther particulars apply-to the-Agents -

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V and it is totally another thing to get i to 1t you rigEtL,-, l iIY
&B you don't get the two in one One of the main things about our
Boot Store ii that it gives right fittings first of all. No matter whether
you want a patent leather, a gun metal or a buckskin it ei-,ll pi you i
co0 bebut-! /ere. We don't believe in the policy of letting a customer go
out our store in a poorliTW-edshoe thar-is-bound-tt--give-rouble-sooner--or-
later. We like our patrons to talk right about us to their friends and
neighbours. Hence we shall not ever let a good patron out of-this store in
a shoe that is going to keep his corns raging. We can't aford it. that's all.

LeArItES'STVLISH COURT s1ocis witb Havana brown
golosh and ihite kid quarters, leather sns .iand
heels, -t.iC.E -$4.c00
BLACK COUIIT c.iteoS, with wbhtte quarters, plenty
Sof wear and style. P t: E $3.60
L.'-.IL' l IGHl (Gi,,tiE CrOURT t.HOEa, ;r, a strong
soft glace, v. ith rich buckle act with brilliant-:.

ELEGANTa GL.\.:r Co.rTr Suilr- '.th t ijb. h, cls,
a real Engli_ shoe, with high cla.: appearacre
and handsome e st Ile. I i :.-.
Sri hatS ,11 .Ll 'I. ( H[- : C l .:ca STc '.'. :I...E : I t l;h
Cuban heels, British manriulc-cure Lhroui. h.-ut.
I I, L '-_ L .e-t f
j .%, r'T C ij .% i i.iG N E r N .\TL F L _.li ,i1 r LE-':'. i .c'0
She sarnme buts in gray : Do
CifLrLhLns: BLc-iK COM.IrFET 'if r-E, flexble r .crls-
Ithe same in tan'. All sizes .6.-O T,. 54 00

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tinues incesasntlyr aLtacksi and conitre-attacr i
l llot ng vich other at .tnort Intrrvala. Th.
-' n W A BS enem y I.-.,c-rd hi- "a., tIlW morning' ilo.t
.-' ),ntuin V'illage. bLut etal cld tip oU ULe Wtsl
T ---------- "s ----------- r -.rn n......ilir-is Two astrorne ailucks r-inl tlhe
T" 77e la/ u o i %rfti.r feb',e ari s r e. frlush front from Mlarel to Ihi S-tmine, woare
11s S oinar ft 1 1,* repulseJ with heavy loreseS Enemy attacks
o oSn d da- iad nda. &t-er ar North of the Somme were larlchbed wiLhgreat
iune' mill hli 'OzJ1 l f-age 7. ferocity and fonur waves of his inlanty were
________________1-___ -Frnnca.i lsaI to, Th ubor

__a, hood of Seire Norlth of Albert Ie a danced
~olTErR o ine nd captured 1" 0u risoners and 4O
WESTE N-411n T, machine guns.
'" Paris, MBrch 30lh.
London, Bloarh 28th. Official camuiuhique. The battle of the
Renler'. despatch OurcavaIlrv have been in o a Eoigov t ra t t tiu on ttr eauch .t the
action on the Wesiern front and baeac Ic ee olte dai qno. esied,ed fqr a distance of 60
brilliant success, but no ei aid hre available. tilotietree .ioug the line in the direction of
Throughout the Somnme arec our airmen ae marert' rue Grrm.-on nesaults were con-
.dly meetling thIe enemy. an few anti-aircraft tinually more frequent and l made in great
auiis bae let L.ben moved forward and his force, but our counter-attack, everywhere
airnen ,mre r, vin ruthlessly combed out of the stopped the onslaught g o t
sky. Uo I tie',diy Z., 1-z tons at tiomtas were A Press S,"rns i0th.
dropped n enemy reserves around Peronne A cated Press despath. This memorable
nd uBpurm pactically without it erlerence week s'wii aoencral feeling of optimism
f am the enemy. and this optimism growing more pronounced
S"London, March 28th. daily, promoted by the results 6f the last
n Official: Our airmen dropped 30 tons of three days' fighting.
ombsntlr dmfir nuired ol aif thsn s udtnc.fi tonr l ys hWashington, March 30th
ataxienton o its ris0, -rsso the ensios Official information hGas reached here that
reporting the various changes s 0 they occurred prems conitand of all the Allied and Ameri-
Daring the night flying was continuous and can forces in -Frisce.
attacks'were made on enemy troops near London, Mlarch 30th.
Rapanme, Cambrai, andsi Peronne. Twenty- According to the Moring Post" the
four tons were diopped on Important centers French asid British Governments have decided
:i; yhind t he te es and on on Valen- o appoint General Foch Comrauder of the
ciennes station where troep trains bre pass- Allied Armies in the west during the present
l ig en roule I r tiLe ronot. operations. This step has been taken to abvi-
Paris, March 28th. ate the difficulties involved in the mixing up
Dunkirk is gain being bombarded intermit- of French and British troops at various points
tently by German long range artillery. So far along it front. For some days post one army
20 persons have been .Iilled and severe has been under the command of a French
material da i. -. *l-ce. General in order to ensure a complete combi-
Paris, March 29th. nation of effort. General Ilaig fully concurs
SThe greatatttle continued violently yesterday. with. the appointment of General Foch.
On Plessier-de-Roye there was violent fighting Washington, March 28th.
-but -theGerman attackson..this village broke Military circles here state that the Allies
down, before our indomitable resistance. have a mobile army of 800,000 troops ready
Statentents from prisoners confirmadie reports to strike the Germans at tlihe prpr time.
of the magnitude of the losses suffered by the WashingtoA, March2 l8th.
Germans without bringing them success. The .It is officially stated that the Chaplain and
extremely heavy number of corpses found in two Nuns from tit hospital of St. Ellizabeth,
-the c- iiHii'--o---Mentdidief-- a- -Plesier-d&-- nt.AntwarcrpiaYe been executed by the Gee-
SRoye confirm this. On the north of Mont- mins in the courtyard of the barracks, together
didier the Franco-British forces continue vie- with a Belgian oculist, Dr. Degts.
toriously to hold the Germans on a line run-
-oangealoafgthe-iver -Avra iront-past-Nuriltle- NEWS F es E Y -
St. Bernard, Mezieres, Marcel, Cave and W RO NE
Hamel. Certain columns of-German infantry
and convoys on the road between Loan and SOURCES.
La Fere were brought under, the fire of our o
n ng range artillery and dispersed. There was Amsterdam, March 27th.
also notable artillery activity along the re- According to the frontier correspondent of
mainder of the front. Along the battle front the Telegraaf." enormous long ambulance
of the Oise there was notable diminution of trains. are passing through Liege and Namur
fighting during the course of the day.V Thepainte n Lee and on
offensive activity of the German was anis- en route for Aix-la-Chapelle and other points.
offensive onclyin lofl a ath ans fw HoMany wounded are being detrained at Namur.
our fronts, which are being strengthened The hospitals in Nrthern France have insoffi-
every day by a onstant reinforcements. These cient aoemmodation for the stream of snffer-
ltacks wero e reptc with losses to these o era, The Telegrarf" commenting saovs, that
ants. -Enemy rnitds ag inst i ur positions asda white the German corriuniques speak of "slight
isVte Einey coldstergitorrtpiti os o lonses, it is significant that even most nut of
south of Seppois were camrpletely broken. war onded w.4o tnn
London. March 29tll. won n.erdam arch 20th.
Officia statement. North of the Somme our Th n pso er s Ta chr ten
*Isltions have been maintained, and no serious The Sunday i'sue of the Tglisr the hun-
enemy acks were launched dring the day a of'Berlin attempts t ethe high
Santh of t t e Soetre olter hear ring th expectations of the German people in regard
our troops were pressed back to a line running egat ns e B its A h tI
we f amel, Marcel and Cave. On the to crash the British Army before it is
west of Hmel, Marcel thisnd the Olin e poesile to break up their resistance, adding
through Mezieres, Neuville, St. Bernard and that t it is impsiste after short severe artl-
Grettibus t a points stj wet of Montdidier. ry- preparation to break through al the enemy
thr ohea on Dre n to a lines with infantry, then Germany mo st not
Further i eav ghting occrr to-day on nt up breaking through Immediately on
thin line. Between Moutdidier fid 4anssigny the western front.
the Frenc. counter offmoaive continuess and Amsterdam, March 28th,
fresh troops are arriving. East of Lassigny General von Ludendorff in an interview pub-
the French line is unchanged. A captured i
Geerman order shows that on March 2 ist, the wished in th e Tages Zetug" of Berlin say
objective of an enemy division which attacked nad batle has-e alooght and won
near St. Quentin was to he the River Somme nobody can forsee the result. General von
near nn was lie Rier Smme Ludendorff praised the tenacious resistance of
near Mamra distance of at least 11 miles. the British, but said they believed they could
This division actually penetrated less than rely upon f ih strength of machinery, the
re y toire strength n f maclsinery, the
three mile, employment of tanks and machine guns which
Ofc tpa a London, March 29th. were typical of their method of warfare. The
OffialAparfronLlocal fighting atdffer- .erma infantry had had only one night's
egt points the enemy did not press* him attack rrr eel during the past l daoe.
-to-day north' of the Somme. We gained est during the pastr 6 days. th
ground at rtainplac. Soth of the Somme, Par Berlin al n is, Mach 28th.d
heavy hostile -attacks developed during The Berlin Loal Auzeiger 11 ia quoted in a
heavy hotie attacks developed during ithe despatch frotm Lausanne as declaring that the
morning is the neighbourhd no Meleeo, British aved their rilre complement of heavy
and fighting in proceeding in this sector. It is arilery e the rec ent av
known front captured enemy documents that artillery during the recent German advance.
the German attack yesterday astride the River Accordlneg to the "os he etu30th. of
h tthe 'Vnossihe Zeltang" at
Sarpe, had as its objective capture of theVimy Berlin the German supreme command has de-
Ridge and Arras. The attack was cArried out cided to deliver a new and mighty blow on a-
Wth at least six divisions in the frontline with other part of the front which Is tp tear a new
fiur assaultdivislons in support. Despite this hale in the
frce o1 the attack the impression made on already pierced enemy ring.
0oir battle positions was inconsiderable, and Te Zuri correspondent ofMarch 30th.e "Petit
resulted in severe defeat for the enemy. In Jurnal" says that Germany is drafting boys
hayd-Sere tie. had no -treater success it] of 17 years of age and sending them to the
asndiSe-ote. t he- iat thati no Ale- than cce ne war zonesa without training.
ire-of liee -tari tui ru Ir- ihs iro 11h ..e 1 .- arih (via London), March 30th.
didviiona were idenltif aith tlhr ih orI The number of prisoners so far taken has
Official. Seventy-five perna March reached 70,000 and eleven hundred guns have
Offial. S eventy.five persnswere dand captured.
90 wounded, most nof them being women and Washington, March 30th.
children, when German long range shells fell Official French despatches say that the news-
on a church near the capital on Good Friday, ra in Germany are preparing the people
while a service was being held. M. Stroeh- a Franco-Britiah offensive by torecastFile
ling, the Counsellor of the Swiss Legation was the probable activities of a powerful army of
among those killed. The same church was tsw
Ftrnck on Palm Sunday and many casualties reerven. -
London, March 30th. ITAL Fl 0 T
Official. North of the Somme there have TAlfl FnRO
only been local actions. South of the Sommne -
the-enemy attacls yesterday in the nelghbour- Washington March .t8tlh-
hood of Meceres sncceeded in pressing our Ar tfficlal despatch to the Italian Embassy
troops from the village. We secured a' num- says that 40 Austrian Divisions have been di -
iher of prisoncrw an the result of counter tribated slang the Italaun front and all avaial
al acks. The Enietiv alo ntteiripctd Io cat.ire able artillery has been transferred thereto
TD.mnaiv, hrl failed alier diarp fiht jng ront the Ru-iian and Rumanian fronts. A
ibhreoghoult Ihe aftllernoon. During the past German report that the Franco-British forces
week ouant cavilry fought gall.intli both moaut- In Italy ihae been withdrawn to the French
.l1 and afool. ani repulneil the enemy unfllcl. froot li not true, and such arirovemeot will be
Ing henavy losses upon him in numerous en- quite unnecessary.
e London, Match 30th. '
Rester's correspondent at 'headquarters in CONSCRIPTION IN ENG-
France telegraphs ; Thie Germans are rushing
Sformwia irllt ry nd eorganizilag their forces. LA D.
The slowing down of the battle, he mays, In AN .
probably nnlv a lull before notr.tlir 1i1ni of -
greater intensity: The mltnalidot on the British -Loidon. March 30th,
teclor of Ilie new battle front tila morni laI .tAcroriing ito tilc Daily Expres*ot power-
mIore nallnnctnry Ifromt the Allied Etnrndpotnit. fill ilteiire Is being brought to bear on
The nflitt was comparatively calh. the Government for the Introduction, when
S Lorronr,1Minrclh 301ft. Parlinugent re-aisembles ,oa April 9th, of a new
Officll. Nnitllt of thie Sr-mtuaie nlter n *mltnt Contcripllo Bill racing the nse iriilt Irom 45
1-ill yesltrdai the bltlle broke out nsir rl lis tl 55. rypllintg concripil,,ia in IrLnind. and
tpornirg. The eurmy ir peted his costly providigil for tlw mobilizllon of a. Volunteer
numccemmtful usarullt In tire refon of Bolry laHome Defence Porce.
mail Boyelles and irmredlateliy north of the --
Sonrme. All ris attarks weTe W l i coon. ENOINEERS" STR.ii ABANDONItD.
ller.Ible etrentRlh anid nih froefi troops. The I.nlon. llMarch 3lth.
enemy wea thrown back wlli henvy losiqes t view of the critical altuallou ot ihe
an1 onr poaltlonan ere mailntainedl. We took wetelit front. the Amalgamated Society of
a number ot pnioners. A heavy boinhardmeni s lirgiiners has abandoned Litr---atrlte move-
Of our ,ieleoncs Iloti oi Arran was accompanled iteut. lorrg tirenteue.l as a protest to tile Blau-
bi an attack. Soutl of lith Sommie ani be- power measure.
Itwern Ihe Sommne anil the Avre lighting con-
New Vork, Mtarch 28th.
_-..... _The Anmerican Ried Croass have approprialed
..-- n .niir. dloriltM cnnt-rlmtllan of 11,193,125 for
W i in i r W r the Britlish lie Cross Nearly SII,1 0. i n ,a
T" I.a nolhin repulaldve In Mille'a Worm ouiue at Ocltober.
Pomidlem, andi they ares ma pleasant to tapk aa trbte
suW. m that few children will refuse them.
In ma cooe they cause voointg throuAh
hetlamnautlBiiitBina of Iheictlenolfpoer. Counatle, have betn Ire cure maorked by
uaam anm tlht y aim huIrfuol. They u' llotlmawaa Corn fuic. It hba a power of its




CaHrun s differ, as e nil know, greatly in
flaxour, consistency and appearance, but the
active principle casein isthe set in all, and it
in the cnaein which ts so nourishing.
The principal ai'cesmties to maintain life are
protelds, fats, starch, vegetable acidsand maltm,
and water, the proportions altering, of course,
with the age, sez add habits of the consumer.'
Cheese conlain proteidas, fats, and water, so to
complete a perfect meal, starch and vegetable
salts must, be added. The former is found in
bread and farinceous and starchy foods. nd
the latter is easily supplied, in lhe' orri of
green salads. .
Some people are against children eating
cheese, this is because they do not know that a
properly prepared and cooked dish of macaroni
rice .r any rther similar Ingredient snd cheese
will proae 03 valuable a meal rns egga or meat
tn gr.,nn o;l-Vl. aon irl. Crein, rhlieeses
spreadso rhies oe t bread or bEicuneaform a
splendid cIncheon. In Prance castor sugar in
al assn eaten with cream cheese, but English
people nmotl.t prefer the more piquant eason-
ip of sail and pepper.
To uarud again.l all lormns of indigestion,
cpeciallv heartburu. niler eating mtabe too
-Artc-lv -c whc-h tire ace- certain principles to
be abeersed Carse thoul be f inely grated
or bhireJl,]J tLicit u is ceikedd : for thia rraaon
:hIe ltut.J stle chese- i., bet b.ecauna It can be
more fiaely grated than the soft Iresh cheese.
A great deal depends also on the cooking; light
quick cooking is essential, for prolonged heat
tends to toughen and harden the cheese.
Any food which is going to be flavoured with
cheese d be completely cooked before the
cheese is added, also all these dishes shirould be
well seasoned with pepper and salt, and it Is a
good plan to cook or eat mustard with cheese,
for the sharp seasoning induces thc flow Of
gantric juices which will aid rapid and complete
Macaroni and cheese is a favourite dish and
if carefully prepared there will be uo harmful
results. It is too well known to give any
details concerning either its preparation or
cooking here. "
Rice and cheese is equally wholesome and t
tasty. Throw three ounces of rice into fast
boiling salted water and cook for twenty-five
minutes. Drain aand dry, and make a sance as
follows : Melt one ounce of butter in a sauce-
pan and stir in 'tao tablespoonfuls of flour,
adding mustard, pepper and salt to taste. Pour
in gradually half pint af milk and stir over the
fire until the sauce thickelis, then add four
ounces of grated cheese. Lastly stir, in a
saltspoonful of bicarbonate of sod,, mix with
the rice and serve at once.
Toasted cheese is warranted to be free from
danger and will provide a wholesome ap-
petising dish. T
Beat two eggs thoroughly and grate three
ounces of stale cheese. Put a small teaspoon-
ful of coruflour into a basin and stir in the
beaten eggs and cheese. Melt half ounce
butter in a saucepan and add the other in-
gredients.. Cook lightly, stirring all the time
Just before pouring the liquid over a slice of
t n.. civ in pinch oflbicarbonate of soda.
CI.e r i Potatioes. Bake enough large
potatoes to yield one pouud when the skins
are removed. Mash them whilst hot, and
season with salt and pepper. Heat a gill of
milk, stir into half ounce of butter, and three
ounces of grated cheese, and add these Itothe
portaten Grease rahiullw-pid sth-priut-in-the-
mixture, sprinkle with bread crumbs mixed
with an equal quantity of grated cheese put
a few pieces of butter on the top and bake in
Cheese Charlotte is a very economicalrrecipe,
for stale pieces of bread and cheese can be
used with excellent results. Take half pound
bread pieces, putlithem into a basin, pour over
enoughacold water to cover them aidleave
for an hour. Drain off any water not soaked
up and mash Jthe bread to a pulp. Stir in
four ounces oT" grated cheese, add a beaten
egg and flavour with pepper, salt and mus-
tard. Turn into a well buttered pie dish and
bake in hot oven.
Cheese Tarts can be made on any day you

with thinly rolled pastry and bake. Take
two ounces of grated cheese, add one well
beaten egg nad season with salt, pepper and
mustard. Melt half ounce of butter in a
saucepan, pour in the cheese mixture till
melted, then pour into the hot pastry cases.
Cheese Pudding. Butter a pie dish, then
sprinkle it thickly with grated cheese.
Arrange thin slices of bread and butter,
dusted with pepper and salt, in alternate
layers with grated cheese. Beat one egg with
hali pint of milk and pour into' the dish.
Hake slowly, as you would a sweet custard

City Magistrate's Court.

(Before Mr. G. C. Deane, M.A., S.M.)

Lionel Gibbs stood charged by Chief Officer
Douglas Patterson, of the s.s. Belize, with
making use of violent language to him on
Saturday last.
Defendant denied the charge and called a
witness in support.
His Worship, after hearing the evidence dia-

Lilian Lynch, an elderly woman, denied the
accusation of Coqstable Holder of assaulting
and beating a littlf girl named Mabel Alfred.
Evidence chewed tthit-defendant pelted-a
cutlass at another girl and missing its mark
struck Mabel and wounded her in the face.
Defendanut admitted the circumstances, but
stated that she wasn making fun.
His Worship said that he constantly had
cases of the kind with children. They threw
stones and other things at ore another and
struck innocent persona. She was a big
,oman and "had no excuse. She must pay
25a, or do twenty-one dyia' iard labtour,
On the conmplaijt of Corporal Charles,
Francis Grainger pleaded not guilty to stealing
a nickel watch and 'fb from Archibald Cuth-
Evidencein behalf ol f the prosecution
shewelthat defendant stole the watch and
pawned it at the Trinidad Jewellery anl iLoan
Company, Ltd., for a dollar. ,
Defendant' s story was that they were all
drinking together and Cuthbert made him a
present of the watch.
The case was adjourned to to-day for de-
fendant to produce evidence of this. BatleWas
ixed in C20. with a s ni __
Auatin Dupreney, a youth of airot I year.,
was diacocemed by Felix aistlqpe on hbs
aremlises, a nmall shop at Charlotte Street, at
.. yesterday maorandg rnd handeti over io
P.C. Thomas. Laatlque informed him that he
had fartod Ihe boy hidinI behind toe counter;
he said nothing bh- may of defence. -
He wao arrested and charged with being
fonnd on Ike premises for the purpose of
lreleoiant'oh a.-ease am iltat-te rent to bay
Detendant, who had fouo previo"a moncdc-
tunaa lot laacrnjr, heins nest far gBO| Lot rig

withta etick.
Defendant statedd that Dtorkham rushed at
him with a brick and he truck him in sell.
H8a Worship told defendant that he a .u In
the wrong and be should haae kept quiet and
goneon his tat H, InterferLd ith tile people
and then beat tar-man. He mset pay -iK
or do one months' hard lalour
Delendant was allured,. time to go ins the
Edward Jennings or driving his hackney
carrlage at Carenage Road whilst being drunk
was prosecuted by P.C. Jacob.
Defendant who was represented by Mr. A.
McCarthy, denied the charge, but His Worship
after listening to evidence convicted defendant
and imposed a fine of 40s. or fourteen days'
hard labour.
The charge was resumed against James
Macdonald for annoying Wang Poy at Char-
lotte Street.
Evidence shewed that defendant had been
drinking and at some stage lost five dollars. He
discovered his loss, unfortunately, immediately
after sleeping on a bench in the Square next to
aChinaman and began tomoleat him fartis
money. Defendant was reprimanded and
Henry Baptiste pleaded guilty to the charge
of Lance Corporal Morrison of failing to sound
his bell at the corner of Prince Street.
He was ordered to pay a fine of 5s. or do
seven days' hard labour.
Prosecuted by Edwin Holder, Inspector of
Waste, Mrs. Blackmore was fined 10s. for
wasting water and Rosa Smith 5s. for allowing
soapy water to flow into the surface drain.
Louvinia Smith charged Sarah Lewis with
stealing a fowl from her at El Socoro."
CyRnpoainat wae u-bale to orwniah suffieint
evidence of identification of the fowl. and the
case was dismissed without calling upon the
Mr. G. R. Annisettede lendred.

San0ore Grande District F.gid
cultural Society,

A General Meeting of the Society will be
heI( at the Court House to-dav at 4 30 p.m.
1. Reading aind Confination of minute.
2. Correspondence.
3. Appointment of. Delegate.
4. Mr. N. Alexis to move Th,it the hlrd-
ship that proprietors and other, iru
put to itrns apoarting timber acs r. -
stricted by the Ordinanci- h,.bro, ught
to the notice of tle G i-overn3nt with
a view to its modification.
5. Appointment of Assistanti Secretary
6. General Business.

d a I P C ,,,

8 1-2 Oxen, 3,IMfOlbs.; opening prticts 18
and 14 cents; closing' price, 12 cents,
2 Sheep, 50i lbs.; selling prices 36, 30 and
20 cents.
I Goat, 25 lbs ; selling prices 36, 30 and 20
Plentiful : Vegetable soup, pigeon pre.s,
English potatoes, talkaree and garlic.
Ordinary: Radishes, peppers, diasheen,
vegetable marrow and beans.
Scarce: Eschalots, corn balls, cuah-cush,
melongenee, cabbage and cucumbers.
Plentiful: Bananas.
Ordinary : Star apples.
Scarce : Custard apples.
Ordinary: Sprtso.
Scarce : Carite and red fish.

Gents' Walk.Over...$4.95

Hihc.-girade LadiDo' and Children's
S Boots & Shoes...$1.50 to $3.
T -


rederick Street.

sOlSilver Wantedl

IN every h iuse there is a "tiobis drawer" to
einch may I.c fear,, olm oail doendse ot.a.en
iver-teops ium stitl.l sand nmiibrctllr. irid; hitrai
pipe etips from phrlogra ph frames andt-iagmenti
O1i oikr thin slter.waree l.ich hoa .t.ec. e dmn,.
ged an1 uselr2. .
These pieces are ofu n. value to you, bat ohen
tJIleried ,g0lYrcat l hey an be soldtr thetlad a which
ellps ito plyS o Sali, and a1t nr we th "r oco.
So..i n lt yor itt;ih drate and aee %Who
on0ucan ftel. Bani en send,9J-thb broken pieces
El diles to lrs.a Ak-ar7.-tlr. rae Pan P LaOlt
L ,e sith. uWo ti IQ cw ie, ci he Fn j



9-11 BROADWAY 9-11.

ii~~gL~k ------ Ei-&-i~ m 6'6o-

We have prepared en o extra euperlor quilhty ( rur FamcusB Style of JAMAICA and
NEW ENGLAND BUM. We have also ot had a large stack of the very beat bmand
of WINES, CORDIALS, LIQUEURS, etc., cc. Wholesale and-Retail.

,\. t ../. .' n :er /.-

Is offering as attractive range of
GOODS to thb house koper.

J ust a few of the-e are
mentioned below.

"George VDalidet" As-
perges Extra.
Sardida, s iin P/1-v: 0.- e
Booth's Il earrings in To-
mato Sauce.
Royal Scarlet'' Prunes,
1in 2-lb. l) tt!'.S
('ream )f Tarlti-, in half
I) iii illd ( [irter Ib. tins.

Lit- big's Extract uf Meat,
2-oz. and 4 oz. pots.

Salted monlIs, Fil-
l)bert's Pecis and
Golden Rod" Brand
Boneless Anchovies in oil.
STr, fled Patd de foie Gras
and fancy boxes of as-
sorted Chuculates and:
Chocolate Creams.
\s well as Nut Meats
Ch, rrics in iq(lueulr,
and a vai iety f others
from which to choose.


Sate of Unclaimed ClothiM 'g
ad Hats.

-.jt-a.h'aw .-i La &f r' ,iiml' M, atal n! rrdlail.

ctls\,r "l i t *I I /i, J 01a 'e a c ira'
Depot frou f't Jal t" 1, ***/t, ,;l D .'",
,r 1917' ift.i re.lrmss'd 'tn ai littr, mist 3OH,

l e ,th tpril l, I ri, r r ti ti ,l. "a r ,ei ,
trill f- .be oteirtared i *t s/- 1 / .5,r-i is i
mold ft fh/ ablatre rshitf;ntrti i'-'
R. J.J Clamens,
Premier Cle'ner, f. cr & Hatter
i-I G .iih0snt. s Ccei5iH oem tr.i..e

8.30 p.m.

UL'nIr the I)itinouished Patro age of His Excellcncy
The TGoveanor.

By a Choir of E'Dhty Performere.
Tbero le I gron bill f.r I w.y
Gnouod'de Ave Maria.
Le OiPl a viai: la terr.e
A T41--AT -AI AILt-A.U4SC Loveft ,;R-

Procseds fop a Funds of Fete GChmpetre.
Ticket B.- A lew Reserved Seata Sa.
Tickets, to bi Sad ai S'rcs

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w aci dEoB -
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A lairity BROOC

Or Solid CGo ld m .

/ a ,'zr/i ,, /ioren wuizch- will
a e'w rVS 1 .'rz7d //h re'rpc Oetof te
,,sr 7,-d Will /'c more atpreciated
Sif bit ea-s //Ee lltrai/ee u

TvinidaidJeWehiPj 9 ok




Fror A is_ '-- -'. __- .

inh all tIhe different LaLia per ce-.nOf7in -
seven do Il. .intsa t.i ,
five years ol i, rer coe u, tt'edoaen pinto or
or-ne.dclem bole iaP00
r.VN. PR ANDEZ & SON, 25 Heary St

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T h 2..- ',0 1

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WEDNESDAY,, APRIL .-3,- 1918. .. . ... .-- .. -- .,

months with hard lahoureon lath I -eentl:..'
Ha Worihip told diemlanut th-t a young .. "" 'g'- .
boy like him had to bo tent to gol simply b .. ...-.
cause nothing ele could be done ith him. "
-He had been givtrevery chance already nd -:
th lysomel hdto be doneith hi. THE M ILK O F Q UAL Il
On this morning he was pereinbulaLing the
atreda looking for thisdoor tpe to step into it
Defendant most do six weeks' hard labour amni
ftmber deemed a rogue and vagabond. '
'ASSAULT AND BATTERY. 7 ... . ... .. ....
Frederick Dff D 'prosecuted by P.C. Wil- 0 Q
Hams for rIs'ialtingo Dookram }ealerdy
morning at Woodford Square.
Mr. C. S. Rene, who appeared for defe ndant. ..

spoke to him and complained to the coustable
at Lnox Street. The partliescontiuucd through
S4.a l %u llinm-ant atfselceolrjaoek-

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A ~ ' z#nD AW.WPZIA,. II iS
film~lm O


c-m j|BL o v -V
6 swvxa& -%LS&s $1M. p

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^^ ~~ ng Zmliws? sfl
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0' Tansr matl
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lanrar rat 3Laaarn =bme mabI aa E :lsfe n
lw ci 'Ta! -ita a i
toTh re gI ;' -a; S r fan a _. t r

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XtWL CranLm am-a FE
=n r5 __________________

fil CZ.rMV C= f 7:&
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at Ce - R~~ALXYThVri

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bches.c,... _
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n Whisjy.

The InterboffroB g o

Present theirjBeer,&for the first
time in this market, through their
Agents, GEO. F. HUGGI S & Cb.

The best irnj Brewing Materials
The Product of skilled Brewers-.
SA clear sparkling thirst-quencher
A h-sI i--nvigora-ng beverag-e.



o balms a.. 3oO New Suear Bag. 26% x 44' reputed 2'hns.
t 300Ud 264 x 44' 24,.
s Ow.Coa 29 x 48' 4 "
1, FO LZr' I &sae AND RISALL LOT '

- -- 1 m.

-te c-.n .bu-r most oft hem cannot
had : almost any price to day. .V.
s.c>-.Cd htea.Ay two years ago, ha
a ar-2L- dt Ae rndemard f ,r these li
and.r I -d, 'ou can h vc every one
.. : 6 prices. o th it you will
2 -.- ..rr SPECI.4L OFFE
__ q-c.:e :-h foll. '.ing lines:- ,

Stationery Packets:
-^ -. rc a tr ^: E: ;u.sa w: a 's, Peohdier


- -.E .c. p er Car.

Dfreams so-enorsw:
- -- "- -- s- - --

. . . ._- -- . ._ .. ^--- .L-..
E-E B~rusheas

cos amd Eyes:

WyP Otfhers wOcih n
please YOU, eveln better.

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:2 _. F"-_. 21, igiS.
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b et= Z *"r .=-, -_ = r' u -- - -_
S=-r -. -.' ve realise Tiies are Hard, but ore so
'ra Par : B a a the Pcr-;r, and MiddQU Cl.2s. r.
---. 5 T.- 2U M taaer : cf- l. .
amdct =-~aHn ra C - e. = -;r C-v s CHEAP as we possibly
3 pai cc ssn j ri'T - i 7. i te Greaa: Str-eagt e This O
M! r R~LSTAkL UnwG:OB.e.GThis
-e 7-Vau -"i ane waz E e a
I Lades' Dress Goods, Ladies' and Chi
cz Trimmed and ntrimned Hats.-

Tt (a-y SA t-r 5, Lacres o E .ots&gsho
c &_-- I --x 2e- ELLE SLE .Mu.
b -m-'t a 6"a LI E E=LI I L n-: a Khna.- Trousers, Men' sKhaki Shirtsi- M
am (e. "- "' s. raw InCe mida t=rea i.-. -aJJ of theStear =e. a nd ter .
d--rr- ra=ndM[L 4 = n M aa__lf .aed f P ... ..
. - a-- -- a----, ___,_.__- S-- a n d S -h o e
C .. M" &--I ___________ _
Ca nJt.n... "'f.caps of Attractions for - :
._4 Brt i ll the Children. " ourP
3. -- . ar ri L-_-'l, a : I'ala es Me Bes- i-
h -'a I A B ,-= T ab, R- ,ss, T 'k. Lr -4k B. . in
a, atr .,p it Zar ,a, r To,. -ss. t "'P-- a"=SS Jae' T/oa rA -,
mn-. -.- a-d p-ia=tn-u. -PF= -.wu-s. Aa av as d =a Pni .. k *-
a e a LI a :tx-- iswe i2 _ r_ -__e I e -s,
= :z_- -.. -a--e'sac EnRAN3 h e
a.. "an..--r a.. .. n ana' a Bring all ihe Childraen. -
L =a4at. i a-C at-.. -c-:. ai_ te Ad -- _.iw ,_S l P n -i' '
05,u x i= v a-4 I ahIIJ htluumtrjWB
La =a7 deir '&ti I "E AK P t ffl Ca nf-,d -, a -" --- a
Bai~aaia^S *_________ -0 VEamIbinS inmSr m d aM'a'I --S S
E1 Ti4 Ch. O. m.a.m t,. -- -b -. Emn3 S .~_" s ""-- mr 't
,- Tof. m- d s ea t o mwinw t.-.--,iu..a .m.7- Tm.- o-tAadt- R F.
a-~k~ aw ap~, aI ~'~b-

cf". ba dulleias. r Pn-.

amamaswy mn ad in IS U Sa'flfl
atwt=3c eleE2ICEncl- TO- oluv
rz n T6- f Sr st-rfn--iS
Ce-ka SM :5:g Sl cc a m- N%

p Iit = _ _1- n a s a m A a a-an I I I I Ftta n

umeLC'.s linfsC tat are surn- to intend

--there-ar still a- few lines left.--Make-any-acrifice and now and you wl have no reason to re ret. 7
-.., ,. -- ---__--. ._-. -ne n 4 2 r i -
, . . ,-', , , , ...

.. -.*, ,.. .7:

7 -. .... But-thiere- are_.. still a_ few lines_ left._-_.Make any-sacrifice an~d buy now...and you. will have no reason to regret. -.:-=;!

White Net Floantc ng with Coloued Bilk Embroal .O
"_ L- --l. a'n n.. 11 ,A .R |e

am Series ... ... ... ... 6/- to 1G/-8 Gents' White Oanvas Boota & Sos, w th fibre
: ,.1 T .n nin . Rait' -r.I. ll.. .~. ..-

Bilk Crepe de ChObine 40. ... $1.68 to 210 ,, Grey Flannel Snitioga ... ... ...6/, 7/6 t 10/ Ganta' anvas Boota & Shoes, le:hber s tli, OGjts
Brohi OCrepe 40;n .. .. ... 1 8 .. Palm Banah BiStiaoga. Light and Dark e'attprne '9- Boys' Sahool Boots Presoo "-$ 3.00 and :'
Sik Glovesa double lips for evening wear, at ... 1 08 ,. TueSore Satings, Assorted Deigana ... 1/8 to 81-6 Ldiea' Tan Oourl Shoes ...
Ladlee' Embroidered Bilk Olovea. a *... 1 0 ,. Tweeds and Sergoa S ... ... 6. /-to 21/- Ladles' Pat. Les. Groas etrip and opn work ...
-Bliriaimna-WDia Bilk Ob.ntilly _asBearvst6-at4.0at_-_.- ..... nicun aaandg-atngi .. --_ -- ..,-i--6i'-l-to--t/ Ldi'i-i - M--oddull-ku t'ipB-rts $8300 to-
Nay Ninon H/8 Binivae ... ... $1.80 to 2 40 ,, BhlErSo vaeione makes and quality., Obildron and MiBBen s Mary J.ln.
tla e W uNino-n-H-s-, d k po _

6 00

Razors -.-- --.- ... -- I. to $ o .

Rolled Gold Liak ... ... 80a. to 8ta.
Gold Link ... ... ... ... lo- -10- to $500
Briar Pipsa ... ... .- ... 20. to 7g3.
Watoh Obaina... -.. ... ... . 01.ap
Tit hine ,Roiglled -Goldat--- --Tb ..
Tio Pine, Cagjr sod Cigarette Tobc-.

.- 41ALUE.




Among the many preparatinns just received for Ith health and absoluIe c einlina t
... . . .. . .. .__ -- AlOE --
Enthymol Tooth Past,! Dentitrice oz on -t-d.n. Calon-Tooth Poadcr.
Sani^l. Tooth Past Den. ;-r.lice Dr.. Pierre i" I Carltc lien Patdtr and
tiftrice.' DantitticeEau deSuit:. 'Isoap
Kolvno Tooth iPate. "Antil-P ore (Dt uied '- i. Ca lgatn Toodth P, ,der and
Faohan' Pyorhoeha PaEte-. Alvo-Ilhymol-(Parke Davii| Pa..oe.
StevensAnti. AmonbicPhrP te Ca- -tcin n O Iopherinolense. St g's r c Tooth Pate.
PelbeccoTooth Paste. Dontinol. Colg ate. Rince Boucre.
Cherry Blomom Pa:Ine. SMaN-Uha Tooth Powner. Phenl Zodiqu-.
and many other vtleteie.
W. C...C R._oss & CO.g UmBthd.
nnI Ont tholslte S R&ail Cheminsls 1 Drgtill-' q

U I -rh"" TE
.' . THE

," 7-/

Si',- saves time by
-I tV i t > W -U
q mo1re time to type.
j1 V Shedoesnot waste
I I merdl igth ss c

should do for her..

C' a0 t A 4F Ft rl.

SPEREDRA & Co., Sole Agernt.. |
L- .OcbC000+ooo0fOO0G0e8oWI 0 OCCoo00"000 gooo5oOo 000 0

The ingofFaints. Tiheue aGrat Sor,

-he greats t or the succ siu '
'_'i I handling of business; competition,
oL r.O jL is dependable quality,.

to prevent rust on anyc-xpaosemL tal surface..
It has a distinct qualHty---will uot crack,
blister or peel. The king of paints---uone
Sr-et-Cm te against-it:- p ...-"

Neothercan dethroneit Leon Mathie u& Co.,a
- -TH-i- REtD-TRt---WT -T PHnf Nil--,"OI -.

The Richmond St. .arage,
S'Motor .ffMechnnics.

Stoagb Batteries Repaired & Guarantsed
Ga. solene,, Oil, _Greases
and Carbide--kept in stock.


'Phone.298 .. 52, Richmond Street.

-1AMUS oagn Itf, lafiri0 tlair rtl,lIc and his
J Caatsi'e thatI he has transfenrl his
Book Sare to A'O. .a A'RDAICKA
STRE*T, nte ;o the .trtllerle, tule--
*barea ul a t' of n( oka kaed ntatlavery at
stedae aqad etaltprens can be had aausual.
a ,.,naa tn

Fresh Milk,
Tea and Chocolate.
From 6 a.m. to 6 p.m.

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rine, try

i~ .y,

- Susamachyr Church-Jubilee. W o Re % t,--
ST0 S ?e" Chion Srct mo early occopicd b'
'luoden It, thl o Ia Ti- th, 'l-aa tiho ho a n- a vT'ineair .' Str' lGoare t Po. wa:l Ih r
entlhre,.ni the Cbrit-tnn taith--u n nrire -atrin c upAil. l iipadly t r'-LT n GLE;DNTiteria '.

aldrop o %,d fl ,,'i hlem nte ofoher ea r-

lat aet l ac p .OUSE No. n7 n It Briar Roado'rloak-

atm e shorthof the mark. The declaration of iu- upstairs Stable and Garage or Caoch-house ;
dependence on her thirtieth anniversary will usual outbuildings. A pply by letter only to
ever stand out in the annals of Missions as A. M. LOW on th premises,
heroic, and fthe implemenling of her engage-
the nobili ta of--lata resolve. The nttning up
and heatifying of this Church, during the
past fe, weeks, at a .s. san. ot /e n0 stert-aOingT
is another evidence os wntn a united spirited .
hody can accomplish. I take thias opportunity
of' expressing my appreciaton oft o"uF en- iETWVEEN The Jtatel- de-Trin-n, eTd-glat r
dsavour to perpetuate the nattn of myself and HouseJetty, anenvelope cntaiging $70 in
that of our lamented friend, the Rev. Lal British Guiana and Colonial Bank Notes.
I eha l. .n td a s ot in S ofrMiascir nc ra Ft.t r rets.rnZ. lo ng e lt- ie o thi II l.
h eroiandtue iom het ingo ..f r oe n ag myrew a .

Taspa.J E can-I.' sha I r
S" or eiatn. t At the PRINCES' BUILDING
atied ia u ioyi ng of . in. n1-, ro--,u e
watlh tin-he next a on lt.-c t a ,o t ennuten oT
it alln 1 t l rvll l 7" pre rt tbn n et tinr I \l r
t,.he r tona n c t. 1tnc ae r. tiso h i p o rt ll .
cf yi dt-r rhe -ar t nn o 1 r a i- n re ,. l ci
i, e tb r ai. pr (, I ro m t n .:.r 4 r ,G 2
prtnat. otper thlt a t ahe n.arne o [" reane:t.
t inu Ctura Inent e erat. ta e euri ti an-l cu r-
Ittal ,-cr- ,I,-. n-I non os-li-esee ta-'a-alt--- at Ons Perfornance only
Pin anli.c i1 0IsR tIhat it intrte hI -II,, toni is,:- i tr n P Ino i eo I .
IaT n sr'ceite. Elch ia re:ouion .-uld
allw h eT n nI l o. the r irhItenk ,hur,' Io APRIL AT 8.30.
-s,,I.e s:ead n -t I t .- ote 1 h 1 caId
noble .t',s e T - 1 1 -..tBL DI N
l Outnlhls lis as-inrt ,i-a l n-a c,--nt'nr alt-
I.t1. 1r t harcint' .O th- it i,,I l b. e oking Coiel thisl W eek.
...... .ta... is Il-n.- ner, ta--an,. 4,'-, 3/-, Caller' 2-
a* u in %e n cwpTar-l l co The B r e Ad i t
c r' ornonthatI oll., t t tiat la-.aC n--n i .n
n 'ni st-da I-',-sn vlt ,Ie s.,. rI h: Fe AL Strong' Piano V arehoune.
oint ntCurtel. let-ca Inc- ra lnp-. rf pnao crane. m
(a' O- n tih n ,t h Feal nar"- t "n Il t n rOee
eoh l, p ne, e a i Sc tIh a e h a-' no i w n n in u
tltomi u- lee sos--. ra- gi, Gi yet-alttt cIlJF lirgtf iniaint
te enInr-.n. a..tLeot r..t -,te. Te'ne .Sec Hfl A ,AX AilTt .0IU
tinn o l anr ill etil Co it.nant.e Cotritol.
"a.de E.s Dr. atrtoo, w- o o h el aam- to 'sate.
te ...onnt-k aIlt I HA- ne It-t D'ESCt
ari int f pch n tr -.te in rne..'c F E

,alt a, tlal etitsi e1 e tlte. nn nl. ibiytata. ia ine .
nio. ha.nnol, sreto e pesea. /iel,,- e I-nIl l-i ,n-w 1. Throt1,a 3- -o,,r al chemical t,.u-tlo,

Sr k f e l Ilnl r rli ,,ro- e t n-r, i oI a t d
Is aid, ItI te i-; trn' tat]: tite a heni. hliee 2 nVll onF I ngtth Oil, Pain, ar, T
tee t itar r lltle i 'n uI a afinS, T a nt ilt,- Sla rn.

menril were IT IS TBJ5 YEKRY BEST.
Tl n 1 twetre en ,-,li ..il,-nenV I reren "very P nea ladage -'bears a au roanhee.
l .in 1-ati n. ha I loeei t snt.Id c the operated io-a lt bever yw e me. ,

anilcep i at tha-r lh T ,ot Me O prit genal- enoorequ re o t_ -u'ti e s ai ae
.el .pprtad tg e Co1 Is nealer m aT e, core- st-oT,-ttClt n bhing to maintn.n4 .
a,,ltawttinlt nn -.-I an r tat t t1 n tt." hlhien'al eolsne -lao -a uapsily of 5a t.allns. or Chain-
nehoal. I nelaan te,|t 1, rs ett tla i., 1n.lea, teal So luta on, .qunLsleot ti, thon-nanda -
T -.- enetrin- ei lIt.. 'rnpa- al tan ton-I nt ihe of paetiod stal.er his no -Cieghtenr
pIroaai-Fle rl st-bu c -,.n c in nhr t t sl; ntd,'ici at oficitollcy.
h0 i.-Ifnln lint, .:,i a I, it n t t-y e le WOPhta.ur
aln 1.n ta-ac nit-- a th ,lt llstate eneaeo] n ls l ihe -I; already e itinguishead Ita cerie;2
* .Il-nt rr ehllclre n tll1 pr ,l- i-a ,vet t .el ,cs '- f ire; a l :t. Fanctoriet inr Trinidad,
asthonl. tt, i, t hti",:I .i ll :.,ett t a-.a tian rMne, and' n leccte d itah apr e J io fire .'at
lit Int ati Ilc iotab"o in, tt Ihte n Ilntlt ot the \Vatetoo F toity rccntly',ttereby
ton ,l i of--,rohl,.o hr,-ruljhnot j22 tis /21i
o suppot, e No.i in rnt c' n-a ho. ptcni :,-let a-a, 6 as t stmaining much damtago.
,t a- m5 thet reat- taIa., t a ta teaI ..-s ,
rewnt1 (it acel,,I a ien lditae, the n hhlatt'al st, o 5 Trowbridge Sl Cof ,,
this inlIst to a'it, Ila i, le'sSluo ,E i at the Solen Aa nttta.
plnltsr toes en-.- ,,ta .
deeply, snelneIlin to ononite the oest pssshte
1eheat ia `illtie i 0e | r Hte Easta etdl n 'tslr In the ... "
tiapr Pitir ennr r .......... tltew -. e Io potehf.nnotnnp ,in nd -d,
ftart he ttirttit-,n. v nt t arI l a IttsJ1eridatLd l-, lh_ d- -ag. .
Sit Atiinnnr otl le, stl, t t toan t l canti, i a s little '.
elents a groaI t atf) ( a ye '.e. a '.isn't Tetl fttof ..e.. .IIl_.rI o ial' e A g. Mnt._
attn u nrr loat Firt1n reva- t anti thmes. U.. P r' p .
tenterl willnll -elhinsl-_. ena, n hett protl',r elofi 17' iz T_/b e'in'g'I n ss .
dtat-t enale to eniato anu tthe Lenet at astupynstb.
t earlier raiell tlis Eoeelle swate1 tiritstt o Evory, Package bears a Guarontee.
a solaeien the t IonA-l] he equhaTitote attl permt- i J"
neSt. Stodtir a din' w !ene ouheqls ettl e.tl r IeSold ever, wleere
itd eistiu g per e ietne ahoid rertItaty helY qd"n'
ofreeptet ,re-.ifuliw. hr ete- sme plrit wanta .Fo --.-, Phon .4 ,-, "
(Cantinued0et 8-.). Factory,8.-

I" ,

Robort'a Syrup or Cod Liver O an0 Ta n of the finest preparaUonsa
that caao t Egot for throat aff etlie It is n excellet combination of these
health giving ore-trt tLat ia meoetinffgrdtis mue favor whbeover eed. It la
itrengtnlaslng tand inta'gorating, and ntie nifzrdlang relef for c ogla coldfo
and bronchial ailments, etrengtheno the -stem co that I rts attak. It Is
agree 1,l 1lot0 0tasEo and it c-aniy tol O, and the mont deicate ettMaCw eau
asiitilato li rcadily-a. le ertivoa qoalitice have lben attested by Ueet, and
re..e.als for eBa rles rs el-ow thai asuffcrro from oalmoaary and respirate-
d,;enuabmcoa rnatit l zldl ti inclinol. In diphtharetercen aed ndTinere
fu Robert 's Syp or Cod Li-tr Oil anl Tar can bonoedi withgoode4 _
taortLiop & ryeath Co. nenled. Teea., sa, Pr etore 'e .


t. B. ALTERS'.

--*- -- It: is Rrfohig cii nue^j^

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The Trinidad Arcade



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s--0 s--i
'Cii s- -. r :.oi ~ a VDs-ARDTAL S$DflS~4Y5 APB~

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low t Mpic> is, |

e- ann2 .-

P a0M 133I
n talO. . NOt

eo M per .. It-s '(

nmaL aad U.. S .
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1w tan ot and teowdr. -

Elemaedufnrtrarw l r
man- or
h Dnrst Cnysals Prter
ae hd bd esr el Co. p ur

Cam-ro n-nt |- t tot
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I. 9e1' G.lt.r n om

DIsaterm. -lt. -

M eusee
Trlildsd Coid, ct f

harumFe hut a i-

Th or rent Ro tnl1.
Peuri ets. 15&7 rmnc. l
Terlndad le. hcl.ed. Ltd.

Tried ttfl .L., e
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To-day's Diary.
San Fernando Criminal Sessions, 9.30 a-m.
( City Magistrate's Court, 10 a.m.
London Electric Theatre, 4.30 & 5.30 p.m.
Oly0mpic Theatre, 4.30 & 8.30 p.m.
City Cinema, 4,30 p.m. and 8.30 p.l.
Iorning- 7.56
Evening 8.22
RIses -" 3 o -n -i
Be ."- et .. .. '-. ... &a .. p ,,.
From 6.43 p.m. to 5.29a.m.



.90 day' sight 4. 4.74
60 ,, .. ... 4.76
30- --.... 4.78
Sight. ... ... 4.
Cable. ... .- 4.81
ew ivoa r.
Sight ... ... % prrminm
Cable ... 1% premium
S ... ... premium

sight ... .. .. 5.61
Slght .. 26.
Sigtht .. ... 1% premium


Mr. D. BarthoTomew, of Belle View, Palmistse
desires to thank the numerous rersona who on
the death of hia wife sent himself- and his
daughters letters of condolence, floral tributes
and In other ways expressed sympathy with
them IHe finds it impossible to reply to all
r letters personally, and deeply appreciates
the kitndess shown him and his on their sad

"own per yenr 912
Country 1i
reign ,, f\s
,III e ,vntis', sto ,- i," .itire- ho'lr /o, IJ.-
12,-l.fJ,.l lrlI ln/,'Iro C,., (2td


7ke Edsrir will Ae graid to relishh
tfkler aos Iirer of W hbNc interert. Cor-
feflarfdnsri shaemid w-rite era ne e ffA Pf
Il paper mnly and all tellers musai r.I
rmloa/nird by the nawe and addresr
If the t,'rirr, mn Wnessmrib farw
eabdica/ions, lst at a gasranlse of good
Nfai. No notice n-ill be latkp of aspory-.
eua is armanatioss aNoer aI71 sNctfed
galvfribtions be rei sncea assets atrem-
pseald b av agsrudwdt exrelipe

" e h .


dd Gurdin.THE

Trinidad Guardian.

t(rri-n ifat t nort g*e e Ex SHIP WRB HTS WANTED
""oa n l"lowere not tsj
pupils: of the college- oroags h t$d4 FORH S N NA ,;

PORT-O-SPA OTR NTD I these .belogedto the Gr'Higher -Ot o CA Nm
Class, fifteen were private ~koudentaior 00DOP N G OLO.LMN
_-WthirtyDV. APR 3 1. s To Work ohn ConSuction of Wooden
H- - niando, -and thrty-one were ptpitaof lee
-private- schools-in Por-of-:Spp-rii;.- -- -
EDUCIO. -- --these thirtyone- candidates -only-three- -AtRMi of shipbuilders in Pasagoula,
gained certificates. At the previous ex- Miss., have sent an inquiry to Messrs. to
--- amination in December, 19q15, not one of Q F. Hnggins& Co. asking if ship.
TIe report of the Principal of the the twenty candidateswho weqe pupilsof builders ad shipwrights in Trinidad in
Qneen's Royal College for 1917, has been private schools in Port-of-Spain passed. would be willing tqlgo to the United- S
publi-shed. The number of pupils for From these results it is clear that the Sltates and assist in the construction of it
the first term was 142,' the second, 134 headmasters of these schools, either un- wIooden vessels for the American Navy. cI
and the third 145. The College fees derrate the difficulty of the different ex- Mr. Huggins has obtained the per- o
amounted t-o 1.~36-13 4. The number o ormi ion. orend--in--their---pupils- M .u lect nor
of candidates entered for the annual ex. inadequately prepared. The report of to ascertain how many men are available
amination of the lower forms of the Col. the examiners on the work of the lowner and all competent men who are pN"ared ci
lege and of the nfilialed schools for 1917, forms is satisfactory, and bears evidence to offer their services should make ti
was 464 divided up as follows: Queen's of the good work done by the junior application at the offices of Me.srs. G. o
Royal College, 86. St, Mary's College, members of the college staff, both per- F. Huggins & Co., as early'as possible.
-209. Naparima College,-64, St.-Joseph's masent and acting. The average marks The men selected will be paid excel-
Convent, 105. The percentaf isirks gained were 63 per cent. in Form IV, lent wages and.will have their passage ll
obtained in the various snbjets'Tndicate 53 per cent. in Form II, 61 percent. in paid. The American authorities will
the maintenance of a crediabe standard Por JIa. 49 per cent, in Form lib, 50 send a represeuath e down here to ex- l
of teaching in these lower fo s. In the per cent. in Form I, and 44 per cent. so plain c'er'thing that is necessary.
Cnrmbridge junior localexamination there the ptepaIatory Form: The avetage'ol
wvee 24 candidates from the Queen's the six. lower form-s was 55 pe? cent." NEWS IN BRIEF.
Royal College and 28 from St. Mary's. EWS H N BRIEF.
There was no entry from either of these 00ly Trinitf Cathedra(
colleges for the Senior Cambridge, both His E-icellency the Governor an]d Li3v r
having ceased to enter candidates for RATER SUNDA-Ca--CaLEBRoATION. hoa -lir sI. h.al en ta, part ncr e
-thlis-examination. From Naparima Col- I L A T eri a An. e T s.>
lege, 5 seniors were entered and 17- Ort Sundar last the Feast of Easier wie p
juniors and 4 seniors from St. Joseph's celebrntedat Huly Trinll> Cathe.ral In the Ye.ierday being a c north liday the lit of
Convent. Of the number entered by the usial,3,I munnuer The Bfit- icr- held sedi recently regntered as not atilable bat
qneent Royal College, one failed, two ewa Holy Comlmunion it 4 a.mt. ,t which .the trasactisun sill api-pear I n lo-morroe's
ueen. Royal College, onef ailed, two there wat a larg number of coviicuni ots Lue ol te TueriNio. GonerltAN.
were 'bsent and twenty-two passed, present. Following Upn, this. i--horl t_
nine of whomll obtained honours. From -elebratlon of the Holy Conimuulon was kept .1 picture which uwas raltd on Monidas.
St, .Mary', two tailed and two were t6,. Mas to wm o us-t bet,-, orletn which rch i,-1b Mt s Fl F llasg.a duthe h
absent and twenty-four passed, one of here rol vans, ,large coongeegatinnf nthte _Ladle. Net /udian Committee Funu-,l, h,
reenters otithe Trinidad Artillery \'oltnleer-, b.Ie st-rt he Me. Thomas tergioan.
them obtaining honours. Thirteen passed un-ier M.oor I. Runt and a nUulber of nisitorse. -. .1
from St. Joseph's Convent and four Special otreic Oai rendered among uht,:b Jo-.-phi. Marshall. o( Br-i.o. in, u's -
failed. In the seniors, one candidate from a"l th e anthem "A AIl ,l De ra cd." siate tm-i I. the aostner ol toe dod.J r'r .
1' i r r -idklni i uu h ic te mIhe naster nnthemCI io" m h ,,rc C.:,ei ri.tl-na Tecenrly baldJ at
.Naparima passed and four failed, and i. ti ri.en Ironi the ,l.a.1 and c.ecome Ib. t. name -au e
from St. Joseph's Convent, three passed 6rat frult- of t-hm that rlepi." the D-ean len, sles a t, Toe !.l.r hatl.
and one failed. Three preliminary can- preached an rlom.-nt e.:rmo.-u IL the course .it'r
didates from this school also satisfied the Lh ach tie hatM basg h] tire o nt hear -1 he lr
examiners. With regard to te Oxord iaer m. n. ii i .
and Cambridge examination Mr. Burs- t l.iens n .te C.ecItL.Jraf ", cSt i. I,: 1 1.1 c, r itirte- t tt- Th ,:rk h e t n .i
lenm wrote:- un ictuoii. The diaJleal,, to Cboru,s W,.n ,o .,c,'T ,' "lb a '
Boys of the two upper forms of the rieri red W it m -:1 3 ptI-LIO U e s r i ..- el-a s l.'I pIl l ,r .l, -,,.
Qocen's'Royal College and St.Mary's -,, harmn the csllein anch e t. .- r- ot- s
College were entered for the Certificate I.:-, -e re in t11- o 3 1 ie SaLIIenlt.jen liun o -
Examination- of the Oxford and Cam- -tt',. aL.niil.', ,i I :,:. A'i- -'
bridge Schools Examnination Board; Big Haul by Boy Thieves. -I [i.... il. r..' i. .... ::h .
pupils-of Form VIA heing candidates" ,,,:,, :,. ..... it ". ,p ,.:1
for the Hfigher certificate. Those -- ft ,nta: t:ooL II-i" I '-lAt ` to'1
of Form VI B for the school BREAK 1:NTO CUSTOMIS XWA l. ia l ,l7- a ', lb'
certificate. In JoLly 1917, there 10 UiStt-. g.In.. ,1 ,-:ona. -. st. L ...s ct i r.: h i t
were seven candidates for the Iighcr T,-, -- i-R-\T, 'r 'T r F. 'i. n 't e rl
certificate, and eighteen for the School \ in 'l] tc- I: l. '."l.l.'i it ',l t.'. i rs t.t ra l alt
certificate from the Queen's Royal Col- -- .'i i...- I
lege, and five candidates for the Higher T... A ,- lv iI--
certificate, and nineteen for the School Ir,,I. ch,, r i'L g:,-f.,l L,,k i-t n I i i 0 0L
Certificate frront St. M ary's. From ,t'.,et.'a.- ,;. it -.t e I re-,r- c.ch. r-i-,:.' kie i t' a o 1.'he- '. i L'
/le Queen's Royal College one candidaile ii tId ,i,-re.s I-i, i,'. a it. ,..i ,,, : ..,,
for the Higher certificate was absent A:,, ,. S-ar I 'il ..... I s, .a ,"aa -. 1 ras-
from the examination ; one candidate'for I-T, leA, %'I ".-tlt -s ,:-s ,i t, ,,oi t lt o l 'I.' ,,,fI , l 1
the Higher certificate, and six for the i ,t g ai n l Tr,'JCq Ch.a l-,L tLi :
School certificate failed. Front St. I[,enditanit pialetl il. i
Mary's College one candidate for the Cu..isOanr tate'. ti e s, I, ,,,r, ''..
H ig her ce rtificate an d ton r or th e be -t I ,]t..,a -,,,t ,1t c" .. i *-
ci foau-i I-tf- roeorihdrti.
S ch ool ce-t ifica te$ failed T h re e con d i- l e b'I t e' s,-,.', '. t ,, I ,i' i" '.h.l;"' i ht r 1 J'i" J i' ,1 I" o' -' ,' : a |
dates for the School certificate were I. i ..-. i i i -ar bin In e Iroypc t I '
absent from the examination.: No report 1,:;-r,-I ra"n ri.e :,rr.:.Ir,i par -1, therim arl __ "---a
on the work of the candidates for Higher a' 1 hl b'-| l, ,i ,,lItc he O gs un, li .,
certificates frontm St. M ary's College has n-.ait Le i -:. I, ll... iol; ,leni bite s ..... as Itls- T -i. i i i .,, ....
been received, no report on a school be- It-.- t-n ,.t.- l th ,- h ikn l. T, :. , ,i i' . .-'
ing issued when the number of candi- ii i mptaii1 oLA inet- the ke. i ofl r -;i I:
dates is less than six. The remarks of -en:i.o u it.'' h l,-es k f..cI - ,l ,h i ",,e '' ""'"r Ist e 1 .-
the examiners on the work of the pupils f, iece a1I Ir.r.-a b h.ah .,LUl eaaoir t. 1 6 c"
of the Qlieen's Royal College in the Le.ncat.-hb I, ., r -: 'bnpln.-,,,a (-,, .,l ,,, l l r :,r ,le -i t ill f-:,r -gI
Higher abd School certificate examina- 1 : "l r Is n1 ,l i l,.air. :. [p ,:1 r u. .-n d r
tions, and on the work of St. Mary's itIr,!1l1leragtieia:.e la ,r,:, . ,,L,',e l' it,- i a e ,11An. .] N- fe slir alaeli rec Is C
boys in the School certificate examina- I t pirc -si ol prune ii. a .i;,z'er' l tu Btio l.. < M l I- I',- r.' a R -i l- -
tion are published'later in this report." p.- et ,c.i ,e Ii na -hn.lrM .C Il 'ord ,1 h
The names of those candidates who The IKgiArl te sr-lr,-I bo.il 1.j j. I ,'N.oThaveD',i, Ma A t-r-,'te I-r- d.J
have been granted certificates are. R. C. t'ot t ice ei.ren.C.ior, 'It bane .r% c.mr se nl s dliren SIs- F. J.ne.
Archibald, G. A. Busby, W. E. China- rr- Ko, ul. icLidre u and nre Ir i.' r f
sTnTr, C. R. Farrel, N. E. I.aurernce, of Sale oif Crow) Lands. M'i t .
Queen's Royal College and H. -- rs ,loi, Mr. J E b rneS., Slr j. R. B -:
Alleyne, A. G. Francis, M. A. J. For- Til.; u:s,., raonthlyv :le .: Cr- r n l,-0n.0 l ,-,n t .k r i R. G. F acp tr M t. M K[.p M.5i
rester, G. R. Marcano, of St. Marv's pPi--,c the l'c n Lur,.-I, O e ,-r"er.i.. D. Stroad. 1 siit Li,, roac M1; Clarrk
College. on regardtothe awardofscholar- ai-ver a, 0 t tn pttee pdi P lHedteL. c.a i nra .
ships the report stated that under the pri-n ,.,moiunting to 6:9 '. lIe Iolet were in --
rules for the competition for Scholarships 5o.ti'.nilil. tiv.e in Moirui. ant- one in Lower The folloinc ari-t.: irie amono ekthe .-tir-o
passed by the College Council in August- ..Crot. Lz-Mr a Vll.age aend Savan Ge-rnn.e recently itpare-] 4 hic.- f ciee l.. t,-, i-
1916 vthe w n were N.E. Lanrence -,r-csely. Thotr-e,, -no c shne in the ro nure, 1 nrconsalt.-16 fIn-, 12 ,Cattls.
3the w ers e uece, thIhig. anc all the i-ai wcTre knoh:edI ;oan S g- o sopra. I pT ,,Lekacge ft ogenerst cargo.
R. C. Archibald, and G, A Busby, all to ith, -,prnioner-n Mr. PF 13c.neoasne. Sub oi', r gsol o p-eas 4.1 ag- of eorn 7 urai ul lird,
of t(e 'Quteen's RQya l college, and Inten-lant fl Crown Lan-Is, an-I Mlr St Clhie 3.1 t bigsof rtce, 19 tin ri. s-a-coout oil S"
Scholarships had already been awarded UAhby were' ,euza ge- nur dealing with the sale empty gaoolene drums a3n d3 monkey.
tothose students. When the results of the veotetda, the Deprynant o( ,\01 icrlire
em atinntion were received it wna seen Picture Theatres. hip pedo ayB .r.eO.i n.mbef or da..heea nr
Itilt two plupil< of St. MNary"i College __ s.hn-cib plants, lurth erperimenta en isb-
had libothl g.inticd more nuirt tin the L OnON El ECTRlC coltnre of abicb will be tried in lhat ilan-, un-
LeIuN heiC. n| ?rintendence o Mt &Gvell. Ca- .-r
agg-relte than tile bent oi Ihe aboc. lThere is to I-e a special Iinitee to.ay at he oe superctio sippe dene Of one ot he
incntioatntel cna i.iatle., but ns lhei lhad L: -.i.]nin Ii.ctlrc Th:s-irs for The Mriinxaian Northern Islnuds In return a few sarietles of
not distinction in Lotin ndu Greek. the oed ill parenrI Nhokill d end their chilllren o10 Barbadoy vr.ns maill beScent doun for trial bL
ntairtl ls IIIt)r l I l-f t hrt(in he e l il l lr ic o e 1e ailtig o-- Bate tlrfe. r teo en eight kill C he l pa ret tt0 Dc i .er. cl I I
p papers set iet fltmf, tknieiltite4c cuf hf titll tet t aoo a. nou. itre htu b nta l tlfalst-e ts-aos-ens Atoe..dee ha-s lae y'eo- rd.,i Ia, I
be InI)ceodl is tHPeir rifan.i, and tlhe tll I-ftPrinm t his lione, st Car, e o n, rsr firo ralafoo aadtfn Heber PtaFrtacu of 3J
i file floli ) 1 II tt | I lf.al h l Jslirs'.c III ile f11 1 ll I Clt neo ori ,e i -.,e'-[R 1-oig e l.tr % i Tt tt c irole-t l r 5 rel Ior oe leris ohll ne li 10 tiJdace
order for t .clholr.slltl., n It Csteral iter- el,- Ih" later 's Ihtoo'mmTa of t" nhe int toommita Lreichof bhisdui siz, to relraln
rentiarkrs in ( hs re-i,,rt the Princip.f of n nu r iannul itn of "The srmani nn roee".. ind onead.au torp ed,or r a
t(f.e Queen's Roy.lfolege retmaked(uat. It w'ds ofrtit novel chat the ,airlihr l.f nsalt/ breach af the Sale of Pro.luce Ordiance. c
"The wtnrk of the rnla pcr fornmr a1 No notk of mine m i nt.als nie nrpr :t t iea-
fne 'oicg l]os us--er before 15,etu1pt r to Huinne il i$' f-ic-bco th I see a-irk gtf. Cnreo recently expotritdinclu,oe 2;3 brigs of
repot-i on ftvo."rOnle ortAirs n On Thurs-favi AIlice lr incll appear 'eunelen corn, 11,400 gnllons of fuel cr. 33
reported on ly ot-01i,.e exnini erei:, ,i l"., Ve wow .n,t ctu tundiry will be r.le- b Of lholl, 29 bags of reef, ndle of
nund attention l an lto ther teuott o( ii-enrte-I tltit finet Wiurlil .l' rv 'Iplitre wh itt kinsI, 1I tlerces ol or-ngear. I larrola of yea.,
the Oxforl nand Camlbridlge Schools I o. I. JwIiu Arilen a the ltar. ''Ike I rayr MT13." 2 bags ol sugir anl 7 tSre ol alpa-gat.a.
niniurirtinolnoatl on thernciminnatioil to --
tigher na.ti School Certticates held in OLI'MPIC TIlIATRfE. A portion of the the Southern wall of cLapey-
1917. I ifscnoorl ccoasicte tftln BDeeBferea p.cks.tn disteeplv ereterest- se oueCeetery ha e been Irokes dow-sto allio v
.llly, 1017. It vi worthy of recol that on daily an, on tinTr Mnlsl.y. thle econlf lor the electilol o a gate. It tn exactly oppo-
Ino fewer hanllllll hree of Ihle mix pupils of ilsnlinienil of ithe Feriso lonl .a irid The site the one on lhe uorrlird side,aiid has bee I
lire College Ceterel lor Hirher C eltif. Myvteries of Mra," o creevn-ne f nt l th innset to lacilf.as. the tib-blic.
cates gfnit. |lit inoit in iMlhenlmfc. nh li e IN ctpeire tore kic Therre will he a r, etiugof tIe *ew Leper
riom H"rsislh schools there were Isi) magnificents' tolo.plv effect-- ne gi'en. ,Asslum nod Settnlemnt Coammi.e e1i th
candidates in Ada'anccd Mulhemalic, The iuncanny has alt.e)-s li-el an srnge lacinaf- Coi'nol Chamber ou the lOih instant.
slsl only 14 Rained di-sinctiir., A pupil hlou Iro the lhiman moin-, uottl than flint gines --
of the ollege ao gained disllction in i e coe opeaio The reonf 'i-bers of he SpI Chor who are asist-
History, aDd rIlOther III tle examiner. Dr. Altlen to get t the Drvll Itorhlipprs In rerderedi on the 10th inslanl, are asked Io
report i- sinied Io IllVIe oneb- just lli i.cd tihe coursee al hitlclih is chowir very nte-restang nerenl a reearssl at the Eacred Hearc Church
'ilslhitClhiot itl lircnhlh. In InflolslI the pasaaC'_fclob-t'ie uml x:,,-~ ol lbs Higti Mauter to.nightiatSoocs-trick.
rkof o t e and 1 .1 oe | liO the fors of Mit -a ]inne folunte ie seeks. -- -* n
work of nil the cnndidatel, except one, i. This rersles itself into a t igt between got A contract letweau His Gr tce hbe Archbishop
said to have been above thie coverage. and evil and t B s n tce uourentDr. Aldeh of Porot Spain anDI Mr t hllet. Wbit ts'-er of
ru Ih e~c hoo fCer ica ceic nninnt hoi s si it etr e.Ies, ana t b h rlrely e-or'1 pltrplt- fro tn 51, Archer Sireet. Belmo'or, wass etlr red-info
hos fiirtfl tootal of oite len the tuk Moslcr telr searQ, uns liee. roently for tbh rps-irs to Ne. CI. hbarlolte
percentage of patOssc-a Intal og 6.I.e te et iwit e
nelpll shtnhoohl he percentiRe wh passI nIn p \ i t tn t tprn hbe:corer ot r. r th huddfsd to
was 69.5. The number of persons eu- anstiali, appi.uded. about aidweekathne.

Uag the former, alo equitted blimpelf ,i t, '
na. The pe cag
, taking at wickte for 5rn r The pribcpypl
The priceof loafl made biscuit an r r ld r s
nown as middies, has beenineased Mr. Wilson, the Secretary of Labour
as raised yeiteuday fin $.0. per barrel j o u r a
n u a ,l oro& -ooutsrduuring the war, and re
.3 60.- that all disputes be settled-y -IaGov
A circular was received by many merchants mediating,tody.
I the city yesterday from Messrs. Siegert. BHALIAX. DISASTER HAROS
aon Lid., manufacturers of Angostura bittersI
forming them that owing to the irc-reaud -- l.l_"
tot ofinedienta used In-te making bf bit- Awards for GaUlanhty. --
-er. the irm had 'decided to increase the price London, M"arh th-
i this article. Reuter's despatch. The Albeit Medalh *'.
-.gold has been posthumously awarded to Cano.
The local cocoa market has decline Becker, fo allantry in-hf-saving at m
onsiderable extent wVtfLrs- the pa1t week. .es-
eTiday sates was quoted at $13.25 per fanega, connection with the recent Halax ea pl a
di for good Ordinary grades 113 to $13 23 was Commander Triggs was blown up with ea.
offered. others in an attempt to -L-ave tiSe.-Sam
d-B ecker was the only survivor.
News has been received from London TE CROWN OF LITHUANIA.
through Mr. GeorFe HUggins to the effect that -- Amsterdam MarchT sL
Lieut Kenneth Tait who was recently report The Prankfurter Zeitaung' ays that Dtt
angeosly 1 o tih pneumonia ut TaatoWilliam will be offered the Ducal Cro-mn p1
Ital,. is progreisiog iflcrtrodly Lhihuanu. a.;
There our s CioWled coogretFi-a'i as the I I FO n '
:he of sthe auola Roiary on 8 a mus. ast on JAPANESE SHIPS FOR U.S.
oots-cr San.ti oich w.,o ccletibSed b Ithe -
artlih priest. Rev. 'r. Marie Joseph GailleL Transfer Negotiations Completed.
S. GounsOI" Mcose Saleunclle which wias Wjahington, March 30th.
ren saic.oC1go so s..,tnfla.a 'DoNegrittUgin> lie. a. th trnaleT of n Itelr ats
liharch ria repeated The ,.aloi3tiof lthe difer- toa nof hipanese shippingto the United States
nt part In the M'iz s tre the samie, rEie lor bave ben completed on a 'a id of two tonsa of '-
lis. .,ApII O.les., v.ho .-o ble to take oeel plate fo( one too of deidweight capacity. L
Parlowlug to tilness. Hi seaos in the "Kyrie"
dn. th e Sancias" aere ung b r Messr. A LEYLAND LINER LOST.
E. MarkaniIC. \w Sinmo rvr.etiVel). -
-- Sunk by Submarine.
-IT. Horacr Gjn.ale,. physical culture Boato, Mais March _0th:."_.
esU:er, t- encagd to installu- a MtUllarjd The Leyland liaecr Etonisex Liverpool for-'
ltore a ae]-jiti- u-a t ii brirmeter, thertamclter Boston, has beeu iunk by a submarine. The
o ail ihl' -1a, t-I Tt in ai tum't ie ldes, t-ie o t(he caewi i unknoa n.
g vging e mr .1 ,-Ia-, -tie-L the earber i-c.
till tiejo-rte Oa;i a .ioi leria of sisctisninia. lb.- tainiav wns a-ini-I-lI.:r-aast blea ocme
lbe i-lru.ts -,i i, i.:,:ti a ia. in hctlight nd i ,C g. gt,-AS -I, 13 5 net tonnage. She -.
i in ch .je. ,s built in leI95 b. Furne -s. Withy and.
"-- Company, L, al t Wetl H..rtlepool. Her
.A lont.sr lreiire .t:.[aioir-, .J hb Mr Cbi" l t,;lah e.ai..4i5. feet. f uthj :'3 a nd dep5i, .'-
.'- lal Fr l.teri,:a Sir-.t ati ieD a t o he e 2 She n.e 1fittid with relrigerat gig ma-
.i tMlemor l-ia l nt Ma1 on cmer-yand he usual conveniencesoof a firit
p i.re ,.f iti ,..it: r iso-i-atl iLxtroI tola eer
POV4 l Falruni as,/ .:.ttis-rt. w,..rtr shoen An to. -
Ri ing (,I-,.i- ,:(- ita.o.b`a iha, nesint GRENADA RACES.

F i iefrnati Fe a Odd Trick Wins Governor's Cup...;
Ls l,. r l.:. r.:tjr- pere ,i.,r _-,i.r .. April 2nd. :
-A--I n-le 1 F, Ila) ine I result f.- ,.t .J races -at -
L.- e a1,a- D.a i 11o La 7- tar i -i!r uCai10 Teleocrape
h:- p-.t1ia.. 'is- OreaiI'If On Tril Sitalsi Wa5c0 eso -1. Bumnming
-- Coloy Siakes"- Blackberry ht- Sweet Roy -
Sir. [H- St. An.lreu'- St.akbs Oil Trick lIt.
Fri W': 'I l 'I" r.ran Club SLakes Wfave ,jten Ist, IBitlease -
It i- u1k-- 1i. C'l-lrr.jT.,IckJ inarunS -'ad
lr A :l. C:.:L ,I l, lr. e-.envil iaIke nbrapa el ist, Comet

MIr E L.IIi-' r at-- S-reet Ray lt,. Creohlin
V :i r o ,il I' v 51

.. a a CBICKET.


Fatal Cart Accident at

San Fernando.
Ni,. TH R- .'.N ih '.. T.

Crushed to Death.
I I C t. '' .sd or -rIngs,; L')
I s-s f e l is-,,, a- t -e .L ab tro, hi-b
deeeiss-. iSan ar got
u -I R r r.m. l. C. H a. A D C
up-si> os! i thb .n'.6 L . .-,n tasi fl)i rii,.,g
a high b.ank Tie rthe o.r Caleiden tl ,. ar
In-fiar named P .d -m r.).
at.:-it 13 e art .i i s o lTi pIli he l

r the r. :11 i e 0 I. :. r r In -r i he

Resignation of Lieut, Morton.
Nile l,- N iP A D - F,Fi .' i1 1 H I
r:-Gt 11E NT

EnDoyable Slay in Trinidad.
Li-eT. R I, lrt.loo R C. H 1.1 DC
to fl Ex elIr.oC the o-.. 1rsot ha iresi ne.d
his 1o3-il, on. l la 1 i t t oarec. a:t oi-ps 5-.
tun llr a t ret ort fo r stCt .e pel. i
Leu Ir l:rtoan h b- been -errs-ig on the
et'.er i Front ae the artO.esl s-I fthe wkir
a da, d ,ins 1tud sto C.naoa onilring wiLh
fever. lie arr.-I i t Tninlad on thle Iot
Dececb.r last, and wa sh krtl" str-er oTffered
the ps-i tof A, T., C to Lthe Ga-' erronr. In the
-S oLIi n weo Ir'llion th reTpr eenl native
oft ars TiaT at, it.GCireiesl. Lieat. Plort-n
etLated Lbt his ,tnL'A en the colon bhad- beeu
extremely, on ai., abeile. lie carri-ld with him
the warmect entrment for the peoe of Trim.
dad, whos-e boapiLahLvas.ha been limitle.se.

Larceny ot Furniture.
1Va0KG tN seITireIeNCD rieO s R
I, ctTHS.
Tui't he was rtd dI cef tdo the habtl of drink-
ig. wai rt- extenratang circumstance urged
when Gordon Blender on, r vosug mman oi res-
pecthlle connection pleaded guilty to a charge
of lar-emu, at the Criy Magiratmte'-nrt
tHe wci chargie.I wrih rhtalinog 4 Ame-
rican chairs valued at ;8.ff, 2 rockers
rnlued at 7.0), a carpet, a gram-e ae and
records valued sit ed andq a nuvol gt,]
alued at $7.00, he Properit of Francis
Augustes r rmagram.ren.
lMr. G. I. 1.McEthneie defended.
Evid xraddhiced wasa o the effec that Mr.
A am las resident tSSangree GiAe anid
a place at Basilan Stereel, lIe cmue be
IhPCIl on Thursday lat a l.d in gog tO h
1ouse was informed that defendant had opened
it e.d takes sniRm the fonitre. He reported
'tbh matter 10 the Detective Deparet'wlht. sud
P.C', Campbell arrested defendrim, who ndnait-
ted taking the goods.
Mr. McERacholessaid thst defeudiut itras very
respectably connected and hbad brought hi0
people, into absolute disgrace. Defendant's
weakness was drink, and he asked His
Worship to put him on a .bond.
Tlere were two prevuoa conviteious again tos
deer.eant- for larceny.
Hit. Worship oetenced getendant to sin
monsts&j tro labour. -

O.n Mtonia lar i on rIlap-I' sgrounds, aten's
P'l; Saratinab. a rra s c-oricket was plays's'"
st.r-cx sleom.e reprcs- eutn n tepbepns Ltd. and
C etn g L Cao Teuai sidl many hundred
wuoe psI-ot'b-: e.ke a:cmmouiadouonol
.olee an-ils-i lter it-]arse n0, taking advantage
-.I th fre weather a ,a h : eb uledr. ed up' -
in iarcereaustl-r4 fii'irig hand was
0u .lleDianct anci di-roarced It tely ie at In. -.
e ar lsi
tinning the .:, Stephei- Lid. electedio_.
and G. D. Taylor arno B Hunte opened the'
nnigA to the boathlig ol D Pereira and elly -
Hunte lell at :4 benn caught hb Chong off -
Kell., while Tatlar. I t, member .f Q.P C.C.)
ltr contrihating 34 ID to'd tyle, was taken "
r-, Lumelen owl D Pereia. Lti. Chong whb
,nr.t on later i the a ,ee e(c-redI the mno -,r"--
i kets Ior btiis iie lfi aas respon-ble or -
A Agi-.tirisi' ickel t.a en the captain wa. ,
s-.int o r -tr,:,na p iteU Lid ma-Je ll5 rtu ;,,
aol their ItIgnnngaoceupied tL.ao hour:.
'ai goingr tathe crease. Cirniag & Co. only
mu-tered 7; irun. of which D. Pereira's213diu '
to.- ;core. Hall the ;.e .as down for 63 runs,--
o ,st r.-ud the en F. Rnolins bowled with 'r'
r:. l effect anS the remaining six menonly
ai3d fnn outree erus tot ne Cae. G. D.Tay- it
Isr h.oled ui,-hnhneed and cptare, five s-wick -
lor 36 runr. Canning' ieaim wias beaten by 38
riI. '.,t he ,ctand of the game the eams
r-lr- pnotogTpheIIJ and ,peecnea made.
The flo[ite-r are lh- scored :- r
G. D Tas-lorcLamsden b hI. Pertura 3-
B Hunte c M. Coong b P. KIlly 10
A. Ferreiti b P. Ferretra . . I.-- :
0. Haddowiay c .',L.hoig-b P. Ferreira-- -
A Cumberbatch run out -
F. kawlin t b.w. b P. Kell) I
A. Agotini (Capti ) 1 b.w b M. Chong 4
J. Hendfron b M. Chong .
C. L. Peterson b P. Ferretra 11.
A Sullirvan c Lashley b Chong .
A. Scbol not otut - 9
ETtr .
Total .'-
rhe folalring is the bowling average it ,
Can aing'. itji in le opponent's 9t anngs :.* -
UP. i. R., W
P. Kell1t .- 14 .'- 2 3 3-.-ir
D. Perretra A B
M. Chong -' 7 I IS -J;
P. Innocrrt -. 2 0 7
thn ln'.lniu reC \ke moIe tuo eInninn
Ine Cannlng & Co. 'alrn :-- t;
M. Lumaden e Schollt kb G. D. Taylor i"
V PereirabG. 13D.Tatlso .
M. Choug bG. D. Ta ylor . . lf"-
L. Mr ie lane b F. Rawlius -
P. -ellye rasn out . .
P. Perreirac Huute b G. D. Taylor % :
F. funocentc Cumabemtach b P. Pnw!in3 '
C. Pantin b. P. Rnn .. -. ,'.'
A.]Iasbley b. G. D. Taor -.
J. Rochird b F. Rsnl'n~- -. -- .
H. Pien oit -
The following is the bowTing average
Stephens' team : i 5
0. M. R. W
. D. Taylor 1. 2
F. PRwlins 11 3 Z
0. Haddoway 1 0 S -
B. Hunte 0 2'
* Ratting nirtt Coastabutarv knocked -. a
runu. oa which Bolaud. Sa'itllh Met
contributed 30, 24 and 18 respectily.-
Pinder's leam replied witlh6,S aoo.yC:',-C
gelttig ito doable fagurea swiL 1 .a-C
t 4;-

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King George at the Fronto

rest] i d Ji stand Panama Terernapjh Ctlrany Cable.
The London, March-31st. tain villages. The lighting further south hai
The King visited the tront on Thursday. been less talent." Grievesnei was the object-
On Saturday he relurued to Buckingham iv e ol powerful enemy attacks sohich were
-puaiss-_ -reuewed Incessantly and led to hind to hand
Lo- ndon, March 31st. fighting. The to-on remains in our poaiessi-n
Ollcial. North i tn SoairthreW-neunmy- -snd-we-iuntieied-con-sideralte-lo-: on -thea
has not attempted to renew attacks today. Germani. Between Mont DidJler ond Lassigny
There has been some ha svy hostile shelling, therets nothing of importance to report.
however, along different pirta of the front.
A-ferwpiisoners and-some-macbineagguns-have- ENMlYS-ENORMOUS-aOSSES---
been secured by us in local fighting. To the -
south of the Somme. some hostile attacks
developed in considerable strength from about Amsterdam, March 31st.
midday, south of the main road between Trains of German wounded are continually
Peronne-and Amiens. Fighting continues to passing the frontier, and it has been found
the valley -o thlie-uce-and thence to the valley necessary to supplement hospital ca- wthh-
ot theAre, "here -the paosession of tactical freight cars, the wounded lying on straw and
features su ch aa woods and village, is "being shavings. All available buildings in--western
cteted. Germany are being converted into hospitals, to
London, March 31st. accommodate the wounded, whose numbers are
Official. North of the Somme, the day was three times greater than was anticipated.
qoluet. Immediately youth of the Scarpe- our. In Eome places public crers are ordering citi-
tIne was advanced tothe-east of Feucbey zensa o bring beds to the Town Hall to be
(East of Arrais- The iaenemy losses in his. used in the service of the Fatherland.
frceedingly "eave, ugcordifdg t eallihel liaife- AMBRICAN TROOPS EAGER FOR ACTION.
nation which,wv have obtained. South of the
Somme. yesterday,-after successful counter -, Washington,; March 31st.
attache, we regained possession of the village The Secretary of War, Mr. Baker, reports
of Demutn. In brilltiat operations yesterday, -that according to cables reaching the depart-
Canadian cavalry and Brittsh infantry ip con- meant from FPrance, Pershing'a men threw their
junction with French troops re-captured hats in the air like school boys, and slapped
Morenil and the wood north thereof. This each other on the backs, when they learned
alternoon- a heavy German attack developed in that their period of inactivity was now to be
the angle formed by the Lace and Avre and superseded by prospects of real fight.
fig-ting in this district continues. South of -
Morcoil, the Germans are attacking in the PARIS AGAIN BOIBARDED.
diecton of Rameal. This rning the / -BOMBARDED.
French made some progress'between- point / r c
just south'of Mont Didier and Lassigny, and Parts, March 31st.
Tdtook several villages yesterday. Paris was again bombarded by German long-
-,- -' ,, - London, April 1st. range artillery this morning and as a result,
Offiqiali,t, h'.jeneniy attacked onr posit ous eight more persons, fur ofa whom are women,
on the*wIsterr outskirts of Albert twiceyerer- were killed, and ,37 ifeluding nint women and
day evening ind was each time repulsed. --seven children, wounded.
South of the Somme the enemy is persisting
in is attemptto-advance alongthevalleys of TMMAN
the iveirs Luce an-l Avre, bht has made littlee THE HIGH COMMAND.
ptogre-s. We tusle erunter r, tiacka in rbh L
n.ucuon throughout yelerda,y an, nevel ih -MR. LLOYD GEORGE ON GENERAL
vW ^ y expect d I FOCAfS3APPOINTMENT.
s-sr.-iug success. The fighting is e- n or .OT.
calinse. In a loila operation in this ridah- -
bouThood, it was repste-l ye.0terlaL thatwe_ Struggle Only in its Opening Stages.
had, captured-.10 .mshine gune -
.....- .... London, March 31st.
FRENCH OFFICIAL, The Premier announced on Saturday the
n appointment of General Foch as-Supreme
p Paris, March 31st. Commander of the Allied Armies on the west-
lOfficial. --They Germans etxhastei by their ern front. Mr. Lvtyhr George said that the
esoguieary check yesterday made vitlent local first days after thel Germans launched their
altrcks to-day ai only certain points. North attack which in respect to concentration of
SMereuil he made no'success except in the troops and gun was unparalleled, were ex-
region of Hangard' en Santerre, .-where after, tremely critical, but thanks tothe indomitable
stubborn fightiie, he suscceded in g-Aiinig a bravery of ar troop- a nd tho-e of our liiithful
fuotine in that il lge. Between Moreuil and allies the ituaou r-haid impro-ved. Tuoe rug-
Latig ny our troops reupturaed Ayencoarl aud gle he said. however, nwa only in n115 oFninng
Menhul last evening. One hundred pnoners stages and he mould make no prediction In
and 94 machinegaui-were taken _On Sliay.T regard to the future. The enemy had sn
in the counre of spirited engagementia we Cde incilcalabhlU',tannave, he sai.l, in Their ability
hutable advance in ti reton aof Arvrllee. On to uight a; one army. In harder ts meet this.
the OlDe front, enemy detachments, e'osisting General Foch hias heen chrpged by the Briu-b,
of detachments o[ lstorming troop- losing thbe French anl American Goverument0 to acoor,-.
riser near Chaus attempted o eLstablish thein- nate the aCtl;on of the Allied armies with the
selee at the bridgehead on Ihe left bnk Our cooperation of the Biritih an.! French Cosm-
vinlt conuter attacks corrspletele anoiriatned mauder. In a-hliion to this ore11as, rn
sthis battalion. T-.hoe not killed were made order ao meet the ammedine need of the
prisoners and the unwounded prioneas-laken moment lt will benecei.ary to bring ino oper
exceeded Ie). Our long ranRe guns caught tion certin meanarei.Ingeontempilcted. hoeld
in ter their fire and deinoured an enemy train such .a rntuallon arise, ttisclear that wibalrver
of lienry artillery, ieortrtbIr.-ERtterlothatre.- -hsppensa-tn thii batllle the country muoth4 be pre-
On Friday quiet reigned along the whole front, pned ror further s teficei to en-ure the h ei'
snowand log handicapping operationA. vidory. It 3a alo certain.thIlt the nation will
Paris, March 31st not shrink from the aRerifices required in order
" Official. The struggle wan crntlhtned with to secure the result snI the necesiary plua rnre
undiminlnhed violence daring the night. As behirgc. reftlly prepared and will beonnounuce.J
the result ol an emphbitic check ardtinaiteedl in I'Parliament.
to a foriinllble German effort on lSatir.lay o -
lirt ak through between Montu -)ldler nail GCRERAL APPROV.A-Of APPOINTIENT
Mureuil wtisien Irrench Infatiry --fire -Otal O AP--- -tir -
down tfie German batstollnil whnch contliniall
rene.ne m thcirn-sanlt aidthut cpu r "th Lonon. April int.
Jitreesli which won captircert Ired (lite Oerm There inounanimons approval ao the nppnt-t.
and retake by thie PFouch. then IneutnoGCer a generaliftimeatfJ1e
agnin tnkea.b-,,je Germanoi mawn finally Allied Pworcelt-fn Prance dn tfie aewsnapers
captured t n fltrunirai d l oft 1 a lnie buaj enet ioc iar th ,s'so who w ere e earlier idirdei t in
their oppaihlon of Such proposals. Columns
bh the Frenchti Unop In s charge with IncOa. orso-an ot d ai peuar oh ares
p4tRihle bravern.. t'rrchil nrid nill'.l a troop a de tdeils of GeraP career.
nisled together in tha same tank The
W moi north ul Iortill were ala.- captured as
tlre reinit ofvarlaiit fighting. In Ihis reginno ITALIAN FROIT.
welook niny prlners. ineltaweren Mrenritilll And -
Lanqlguytheetrmanitclieck waicolaplete. We 1BRILLIANI' WORK Or BRITI SI PLYING
msdle ptlionernai tar an the vicliily of Canny- CORPS.
ar-Mitnir. A divlunia ul picked troops' which -
reeallirrd iPleteniest helit Against sll attacks &3 Enemy l~achines DeatroyerL
an took 70 prsoner. Alon g the rsainerD loyedL
oa rte [hopt there tins been lterrlttient cau-
rnaianitg. Thie Orriamnsn made tiuee Itil on fLondon, March 31st
tie riir Iinsk of the Mellte (Verdun fronst)i Oriclisl. The Britl6lh Flying Corps since Its
Witherilt Iclmlnvl nany reMtlt. rtrrivl in Italy liaw destroyed i4 enemy
Ptrth, March 3111. ynrchlnes with a losa aof 10 Brilah tnchines.
lLloaoftcltlly announct-l tliat Buligariaan od Thte troops holding the tMontelle section slnce
Auatlrian trop are |arllrpllstgnK wlhlithe Ger- Ihe middle of Marcli luve recently taken ouer
Mnans in trheI offIennlve along the PFranco- a new sector on Ihe Aslago Platean.
listlrl0h front.
Prel. April lt. RU IA
Official. ThroughoutL y.iterday anil la-tnilght RUS IA.
a great hbttle contllnnued willih extrene silence -
nanth of Mont Didler. The enentydirected hls A NEW GERMAN. OPrwNSLVg.
eflo ta In Partlcular aloug the front between
Mot pidler sond bthe Perrone-Amlsean rnard.-
.lethrew Important fonee.lnto these attacks PFetrOrand, March 31Isl.'
with the I ohelul objet of elarging his gains The Germons began an offensive In the dliec-
west of .Hatard.-e-Siutere. The Preanu tio ol Kursk 300 mtes south o1 M-osow yes-
idahelth crs brokte np bl auslfdlnug wnve ., terday. German dveanteed guards are reported
B qwh eWb- Mruhdltndnboach. -In a brilliant to have been seen 12 milt distant from the
sautee attack Ia wbhih oor Alles ave further town. The 'Ihrulas o DTermenut have pro-
soWi t9edu valle. we inesenahbedl to'hrow bhited the use of the Rnian language wihiu
-3C1 l.t uneff campletal and captured err- the bounUdaresof that country. .

and the let cetsre of our lille w-e adanced
two miles on a ront-of -sewenimlles -We.
occupied Fairsiman, Kummselkva and Khbui-


London, March 31st.
Official. A British destroyer struck a oine
on Wednesday and aa a result one officer and-
40 men lost their lives

[Other war telegrams will be found
on page3].

Marketable Merchandise.

A large of slock ol Baioeri, nhlch is now
quoted iat 14.25 per bito. is on hand, but
Shperr graeds-iser :.'are. This qbilr tis
now fetching l1 ,,,.
A clu thouaai-r i baUcig ari,.l bt, tavo Im t
&..porluuaitli Lntro. rerUerr,. barr la spite of
thbis fsc tte r is rtie 0 irpt vet ea crs. Tfire
wholes.ile tare b 13I 75 til. ;.' . ; ui.a O dlg to
Sugar o hiaon-1. iii U, Iuul a itii lime ol the
y ear, i far in exces, ,n the dertyin. tellrow
crystals or No 2-, whiih 1r the utriA u .d locally.
-to-ruihsing-$5 25-Tper il.i ibs. .
Larve'asticlk ol ithin cererl ire on hanl u.1
thcprice is n-:n o per Lineg].
Nova Scotia cod is scare, and the small
quantity on handisbeiagsold at 0 o $61. New-
fouudland large is unobtainable, and a smaller
quality is going at $45 to $46. Pollock is sold
at $50.
----- LARD.
Shipmenis are being awaited by the next
America tSteamer. At present, The market is
absolutely bare.
French butter is plentiful. $40 per firkin is
the price at which this commodity is chaug-
ing hands.

Fire at Richmond Street.

TH Richmbopud Street garage, the proprietor
of which is Mr. S. Liddelow, was the scene of
a fire. about 9.25 on Easter night, which re-
sulted in the partial destruction of a motor car
owned by Mr. Nelson Betancourt, besides
some injuries to its owuel'and also Douglas
Small, cartitaker of the garage.
Mr. Betancourt had gone to the garage to
have his car replenished With gasoleue. The
car, a Saxon two-seater, is provided with
two kerosene side lamps and these were aligLt
at the time. Mr. Betancourt was sitting in the
car holding the funnel while Douglas Setall
was charging the tank. During this operation
the funnel overflowed, and in pulling it out,
the vapour of the gasolene is believed to have
been ignited-byone of the lamps and iu -a second"
practically the whole car was in flames. Mr.
Betancourt who alighted immediately, got
his right band rather severely' burnt, and
Small was even mwre unfortunate, as he wan
soon enveloped in flames. Despite his unfor-
tunate plight, however, with commendable
intrepidity he entered the -car, and Teleasins-'
the lever, pushed the car some dis-
tance away. Near the spot where the
incident occurred i.s a building,- which is
sise. s ,.q ana a dio ,:e, atn ltre r,'tl..r',.il. ,,ei
quarters and- ,utf for the Ire.nu!cc of misd an-
pluck of So.ill, n iis hbghil spr.:ldle that thiv
bunting wouli ahl z han,, r.Leo ire Atier
pushing flte car snwy7 Douglai threw hiiselt
on the grouani ni-Thu- rolling about in tile duai
estingsish-.-d he il'mes on bimiell Be was
bir-lv burnt, eperiallr- on the fac. Me.Iu-
while the Fire Br]gade wa- appri-ed oa toe
incilenr by telephone as-i Mlajor de Pa-:ian-i
Sub Ininector G ltninaot with the Ford car
and a deom bmeatuaree,sleon thecaserieand
trrncd the oe oth e he .Iirninug citr 1ll the
wsoad-ssoriae eas I-nret cismylerel -andl onse af
the %ires Ere r.enameg..t, but the engie re.
rstined rao,_-r. The tansti:e has been eri-
mated to )l;it-,t,25.-.- he c.-r was not iniure..
Bothuler. ltetancoat and LDouglaa were trealert
irr thelnr inurie3-it thie hoipltal, but not li e.

Concert at the House of
A Concert with a sli-irlt -hnr enljojile pro-
girurnme -rs given yestertins uliternoon at ihe
Ilouse of Refuge by iro. Gurdort Sunih
aseiisled "by several other -ladies out Dr.-
Lnssalle. One or two children went admitr-
ably through a few songR In character. Mi.,
VLcentinl, Lin alt 1ievouiirelt lof rte hirserI-
,'_armly greeted. liis tIornie aud rra. Hill
alno couiribnte.fs eujo)nlile itenis to tlihe pri,
grr.amme. Mr. lferyI LLuglun's Piu'ch aP l
I.adeyShowicauaedgreut onmuseenot snr-lw-as
nuch appreclafed, rnd Mr. Phil Mlrdi-on's
comic saungs appealed to one un-I all. Old
and )ouug, liund and ill rocked backwardls andil
forwardain lute to his 'Rags' and were
onvul-sed aith lasghrtee. Agao ant sigin hbe
was recalletI and It was a very regretuln
auniencCe ihbit fil illy aioellowed bin to retire.
Several items hal ltobe left out i the prn-
graimmne owing to the non appearance ofi tie
performers, hbut MIs. W. M. Gordon kludl)
filled In many of the gap", and there afternoon
was an u qualified srecMsa.

For the Best Results


Trinidad 4Guardian.
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Official. .On Thurday- and. iday or
openaotlna ola he_ wrutcoinued nu-s,

-uadefhlwile.r ta k e w d at Inedan
Two hostile __ dt trd
Thursday w c d wtd on the Jo'dan



; ', CASES--.. .'- ,." .:

"CESFUL'. '""

-The Privy Council judoi nets2tiave-
been received in the appeal cases of
Stollmeyer v. The Petroleum Develop-
ment Co.. Ltd. and, the Trinidad Lake
Asphalt Co. In the first case the injunc-
tion applied for has been allowed, but
suspended for two years. and compen-
sation is awarded in the meantime. In
t-e-second case the judgment of the
Privy Council awards a declaration of
rights in favour of the appellants with
liberty to.apply for injunction after two
yeors in the event of damage. The
Board of Commist;oner-, before whom
the Appeals were heard counsited of
.l-ord Parker of Waddingtou, Lord Sum-
ncr and .Lord Wrenbury. Mr. P. 0.
Laurence. K.C., with Mr. W. Bowstead
appeared for the appellants, aud Mr.
Douglas. Haig, K.C. .appeared in place
of Sir John Simon, woho had undertaken .
milit.,ry service), aisociated with Mr
F 0. Robiuoan. lor the re-ipou'lrents.
III the local Courts the legal a appear
ances i ere ;tl tb' lat Mr. L. A. \\W ar-
ton, K.C. and Mr. L A P. 0'Reill>
in-irucled by Mr C. L. David for the
Stollmever and or- an. lhe late Mr
Edgar Agostlmi K C Hon H. A.
Alc..-r, K.C. and Mr. W. Blich-:.Wil
.aon. K.C., in-lruclterl by Mr. P. de I,
Bast.-Je, "for the Pctroleum DQelpopto:nt
Cr mRlitpy sn-I the T'.itdl Lkd e Pkicru-
leumn Co., Lid. ad antur. Mr. r. S:ipio_.
Pcllar.J K C andi Mr t 'R.:illv a ,pp:.ri.-l
for theappellanti. heun leave v.as gitanii
to appeal to the Privy --Council. Ap-
pended-avgthe judgments :---
Stollrneyer.& others v. The Trinidad
Lake PetrcifeunE.., Ltd. &, others.

collected ina number of steep gullies or ravines
in a hilly scrub-clad district in Trinidad and
empties into the Gulf of Paria. The whole
area within the watershed belongs to the res-
pondent company, except a part of a small
estate of about 1l0 acres in all called Merrimac,
which is situated on both banks of the river at
its mouth, and belongs to the appellants. The
whole region contains petroleum deposits at
variouss depths below the surface, and it. is this
fict which makes the properties valuable.
sme rrlinac may be susceptible of some kind cf
ruiltivatii n,u ft its value substantially depends
asnI the prospect of working petroleum there in
tihe future. The respondents have worked
pettrsleumi in their rea extensively for
some years past. Its sunrfce is covered with
low tropicalt jngle and was o l so little
vaiet that it remained unexplorer until
petroleum was prospected for. Throughout
the region there are no water springs,
and the supplies of water required for
engines and boilers ind for the personal use of
workeina and otherwise must be obtained from
the rain water, which either runs off the sur-
lace,as it falls or is held up for n lime in the
face soil bh the diuse tropical vegetation,
oshich grows there. The main river is des-
Scribed as'being ilont four miles long. In the
upper part'if the basin the fall it steep. Near
the sea the land Is fli% so much so that al-
though the tide-pnly rises 2 1-2 feet at neaps
,'and 4 feet at sprigs, itrunsup the river to a
distance of 300, yards from the- mouth. The
wholee frontage of Merrimac is on the tidal
portion of the river. At the month the sand
the tide the bar dries altogether and cuts off
the water within from the gulf without appears
'to he in dispute, but the river is at anta rate
shallow at the bar than at any other point
long e frontage oft errimac and at low
water is no doubt very shallow indeed, while
'a little higher up the basin is several feet
deep and at high tide is of considerable width.
A few years aog the respondents constructed
lso dams on Iheir oen ground onea on the
upper prt oil the malu channel of-c e Ves-
sr ny ani n the er on a lateral ravine called
the TotLago satin. nlls i.c lhe wet
-eion, which tUv- ahout-2lu.iaasJsin te year.
ruin .alls coyo apio u d in th r i -olance to about
i80) chbes allogether. The gf-,ler part of it
ruis rapidyt arsa).il arI ce thore pt l.u:which
In iiacd o I. the crab and other vregetatio
dc nou ta L Inng is exhaust, During the
dr-, -e-arn o nr ie r dnyo the streams -are
olten dcr; ts.ueher after no iotermed'lte
per-1 riy whl Thee first a mere a rickle sa
thel anlT ciolatia oin9 rotated pools, vapora-
tios o i rt chsor. e'iancosiderable.
Ar-a peotIsIsfol ad still more a uniform
supple o e waler so sort Is required for es-
baeinen olr .,rkrng rhese petroleum fields ait
uis otceusar tfor the respondents to make
the-e resersoitr. The- most easily constract-
en by ida mig the i hottom of a ravIce at a
paint whereniin a alould control a consider-
"blhe ca.urceaot area. In the result the two
risersorr ire cripihle A holding about 25,000,
01P) an-n 5.iarr,,, gall, s rmsoectively. One
oti henm omrila oIth. water fl water545 acres
cUtL f J.;is0rer, hrenatre arsea of the basin.
When ote resers'airt are full heL surplus tater
ebapes by a spilwas ptro,'i-ed for the purpose
on the rop of each done, wthitc can be regulated
uaq desired. The espmnrder, or their sil-
n&Idtareyrompanie, nowaworkonumerousducil wels
toifo1 witn di n t3Veeigtar bxasn and in Other
areins aitrnted at a litance and uaturaitrly
waterless. For these purposes theny (Ia) poump
water aoay from tie Vesolgny basnn Ia tire
other propertle o ; (b) use water from re~ervoirsa -
for ihe purpose of operarious aon the riparian
propertieslrthin tahe basin, aud Ic) return a
portion G this la.rit.mentonei water ntoe the
rVesigny River, inpregntred with oil is the
result of its ua.. It iiolf these things that the
11ppiellants complained in thibs ihton, taleging
that au lower rpar ian proprietors their rights
in thie water o the Ves ligny River w mere in-
jurioustly iffeled by there Loato sthe respou-
dlents, in dpaintng the watercourse and Ir-
te reiteg with the natural flow of the after,
inabstEtuling water for purposes auni pro-
prperinerlu and by pouluthlor she mater

Tue respondents aae ergued i hat the Ves-

no me tr d- S. s k 'tta ra. ,b 9
.ledI b ry a directly. t t ylntenw- that the
oets fnonthera i ofwthe ain-the h bodlsiwel-oyfr of D sceD enaS rb
t he rth. mbtaltsr tid a o la and a river enar abbe lm rb
B ic ial~I rrt the beudt Ion- e thf -tt -M 4
ebee a-ita e

qnatloralgheti a w e waterJu hnj c tthe any rate point to Uchoer i'A lbut trnd
Ses.wat In lt fithe ubect oeparian b bta, nyipoaribl at rhe dappterwa rig
Se-e. hapthlieed ad e were e, findn relief from the natural divrnea teo
to the panlar featorea of the watercorse in the. akj water, whih ad nl
qne tUto'-A-be oiuU M-f1-ir one-of-t ~
lightly to be interfered with, aid their Lord- In view of these mconideratioule ht n
ip accept I hips think that it is Imponibk to old that
The learned trialndge, Chief JIsltace n what the respondents admittedly d t- aion o .
Smith, find: (1) Ido not think the rights no sensible diminution In that enjayoentl of
of the plaintiff have Inn ny material way been the stream, to which the posseceon o(Mern.
affected by the defendants' works. e always- -m -entitles-the-- ppellantsr-If -nd t ;hen --
has the sameamount ol water. Theremay or they develop their property. There can be
may not be a slight difference as to the amount no doubt that it the reerpondents heb rcaued
of salt in the water, but not in such a material such n-ible diminution and thus violated the
way as, In myopll- i_ uil ..l. y cnnot rnu d,-,A
idltuction." (2) Most of the oil found it their wrng by showing how doipportoaeb
way to the watercourse from a gusher whichit Is Jhe loss which hey will snffrr by bela'
Is impossible to control; a certain amount restrained to any loss which the appellantsa
comes from the rain wasinwa ng the ground by hire suffered or are likely to suffer by
the wells and from droppogs froo oil pipes, their wrongful acts, or by diellig o .the
It Is admitted that the delen.lauts carry ou general importance ol she enterpriseswh schd-
their industry in the most approved mannpe, il they cannot obtainn a supply o waIter, a
and I b-elieve that a small amouiut of -il t oti raut promptly come to an .end. Tlice col
find its waynroo t e wi the Worksby drainage tj e ideratron may bem tlevant to the form ol the
watercourse. but it is not owing to any negll- reute.l, especiilty lr--the time and opportin-
gence ol the c'el edaots that it does so." Of nlrei Ihich should be givea them for dialing
lte alleged pollution ol the water, which l ire a.- nit ay out of their diflfculty, htt they
turned to the atrcam alter being abstracrted cnnort operate to deprive the appelinls of
and u-.ed on the drleondI s' rip aran premics,. their riighL to ave their wrong tedcilsed, if
he says notbinu. In the course of the pro.- r.gt hrt been done them.
cedJlogs-he hh.d \s.%ited ond. viewed the .s i,. In the iaitlar case nFl Mcartney Loin-
r'i i',.' dinarrm and Lough Sailly Railitay 11904
Tne lawe reliig to Lie rights of ripirn \ i 'Ji). the Hloute of Lordse m.ie a
pronrletort," ,.n: i.-l hM aiOguiteo, in V.ijuut l.- iiia ll.la ich Ihirr Lordmhips prnr-e
nd ,.' cse l :r A C., at p. orsi', r i well i.t ,all The dJclao tiao will be that the
Settled .A riparanu pr-tpn ljr is entitled to rc-ieonduents are no.t enritle] to use the nwter
have LLe water otthe atrclm, r, a the atst ol l ihe \'essiga or its rion s ta s for" the
wanl.b hi peror-crt iliae i'lt-i ao ., it us. i, ltsrpe l ouppl>tng it or etlling it to under-
trsia .c iic r t,iT, la --. d.. a to h .s prspe rt on-i.in s u et oserred io otn n thber riparian

dh e s ob epay 1m injrd toIbe ir pp er st rlutd wi o.
ive t.I to the purl. irher % he, --I ir- i rrs p-ierrio e a--iniseeinls notn asi aIora
scer tby usrpe tr r.tprlr-o o- I:. tl t e f-irrthi lit-- rus,, rii of ti tie rras. oiag.e -lin-lted
use ilnao ,u tInir part. RIn-.arussta, stilO I. -rI,l, ttllt tihe., Alitl 1a*ll Laar-u With
tUtmr o iprt:rle ut n. biAre. )a lrhel anti r ablion l the o eori thi-a oAtos o de to
O-t rioare rti hi n beerr of Iar uon t ls-ala atit eirast atd fr.i W tia rt,
is-u1t0 ivllL i he ir .I- retr i s i e i w iL,. ii th, 1 t, re- hrleu r wil est able t
l to t h A. r h.oAld b ..' ns e i. I 1h, I -, r Iey r l l ri at in i eq,1 i, o suthe t i olutlo
ilght cauusg ariaLll dariutige uf calclaiti tos sater returneditoalotss essignyalte-rtoeres-
form a claim which mlayr atpCn isaP l adverse potoen is have used it otn their ripaian
right entitles the party injured to the inter- property is polluted with oil, The q ntity
mention of the Court." Un der the irctum- o this water, as has bhen said iierable.
stances of this case it is difficult to suppose Serodr-l, it is alleged that Io the course of
that, after the respondents had constructed boring for and pumping oil outheiraown pro-
their dams and hall begun to use the, the ithe respondents spill oilondthe sufae,
Vessigny still came rsown lnt errinic without and thus the ordinary drainage o surface
sensible dimionutiou, at least o its flowi, au i ateir ri ngthe rainsjto theVessi n Riv
hence the use by the Lril Judge o the ,ind its raicnes cam-s to e drainage- o-p-iff l.ed
adjsective material" insL e at of the ajective iter, which affrt the losrr course of the
"sensibl" s sigifiantl Russelil, J.. the rsiver.As to this the trial judge appears to be
member o a the Court of Appeal who upheld the o f opinion that m ost olthis poalation is due to
julfgmret oe Lucie Smith. C.J., seems to have a gushe which was strc the respond-
ude stood it in this sense, bor he observed: s cnt i the ordinary course of borig, and
"With regard to thegeneral merits ofthe case, culd not by any known means have been
I am inclined to agree with the Chieft Jstice controlled "Iteeaslairlyclearthatgushers
A degree or two of difference toh lbegere of u ire uncontrollable at first, and for a trime run
sali uitv in h after ing past the plainilf's to waste, aid that in their own interest the
mangrove swamp at low tideseemssto ae o eespouuts wouldstopthiswasteasson as
matter which ts pre tically negligible. It is po.ssib le lut it is by uorieans lear that there
not now, aud itiis praocticall- inconcei-vanll iis sacvtedeeofany such gusher flowiugat
hont it ever should be, a sensible injury. Keusl the time iniqumstion. rhe restthetrialjdge
v. The Great Eastern Railway seems to nle to seC lls to trace to drsage of o Ireitthe
soeuse extent an analogous case. it is true rspoutlnlts' works. Tre is evilenc, th-t'in
that there il comparatierly sicll quantity of this pvtrolilerousregion there is, apart from
rrater was itakleu, al that practically all wa rmificial ,rings, some natural e cap, of oil,
returned unotetl-crirateiin liuallty, hlicreas 'Alc nloilicct ofstsonthe ri-ver akes ans
heremavery large body of water is taken an sil ppearpatiecand perhaps a reality ofrxte-rive
dot returned. That makes the present case p.illution, but the ground on which the learned
much i ore difficult one. d ut the principle trial uoilgeailn tussell, J., whgreedwithhti
there in cfTert ]aidllowo appyie-r, vie, that apel, decide to pro-red is that this region
man will not ihe allowed to Iivoke tihe wlaw is uscl-s texcpt for winningrig li ha eor tat
sirrply to injure hls nighbour, where the puepse is valuable and a subject of public
infraction of rule of which he c plains really itcreet ; that gushers may be struckatany
does not concerto hiIn, being ol such a s ure ionnll sant cannot be avoided, and tlat the
that he cannot hbe injured thereby." It is the eirpolents' operatioss recarefullvcuuuncted.
fact that at present nhe plainltffs' land at Mer- lence, it is concluded, there being
rimac is worth nothing as agricultural laol, no negligence proved against them, an
though it is hoped that, if someone were will- ilnjuution would stop their iodustry
nlug to by the property in spite of its iusigni ltogether, and as the appellants injury,
ficantsie, aolttheu were lucky enoughts li na it aiy, is accompanied by ingificant
oil by boring within its borders, a considerable damage, they cannot be allowed to complainno
sum might be paid for it awd be :nocey well as to iterfere With the respondents' rterprioe.
laid out. If, as seems possible, these learned Alike o the evidence ani oar the judgments, it
judges were impressed ith the characters of mist be confessed that iu this respect matters
the plaintiffs' cause of Lction as a barren as- are cft i an uusatisfactoryposition"
section of legal right, crippling thesony local if the Vesoiguy River is naturally polIuted
industry without affecting their o wn pgeeni- with escapes of oil and use additional ponti--
ary position, the use of the word "material" tion due to the respondnts' workings s either -
and the contrast ol a sensiblell injury" with insensible or so slight that the msxim de
:'the infraction of a rule which really does not ,liWirmis non clral leI can apply to ltthe
bncern hint" would hr at once accounted for aippelnttrafail. It, again, the polluion such
From the undiispulte fiacts the following con- a i i is, arises snply because the rain s after
clusion maty be arrived at: (I) While the- It lls ti as oiiy stirfce and running over it
reservoirs are filling, the amount of re.h till it pitches the defiuedlchannel or water-
water flowing below must be sensibly diminish- course, collects there and flows away as oily
edl ad it is not shown that, in the coarponi- water, the appellants woul again fail.- The
lively short distance between them aut ie r- respandeuts are not boauSn to nbstai tfrom rP-
rtma.c-hernur-ieiaporation r oatiorplion by Lbe normal use oftheir ow s ground i erely
vegetation and-the surface soil would have bird order that It may reiiihn as clean a catl
he same effect in any case. Whenthe reset- area dor the rainfall s it was ts
voirsare full, and the spillways are passing virgin state. Intthe course of the p-
any- further water which enters the reservoirs, therepodents abandoned -
the flow of the stream below, which is thus on the natural escape of ail int "
restored, takes place, nervertbeless, at a artificial workig, as the --atirm oti of
different time rom that at. which it woul appelaots' grievances, and i -renia thei
Shave taken pace if there hard been no his evidence admitted there wa n
dams to interfere with it. (2) The quantity i.erabnpolautionby. the w arl se ato the oil-
abstracted every day and never returned, but wells. On the o," r" Mr C es t -
seut' tostrpt.ieand, iudeed-,stold, unmeyer udtitt-,td Jto c.o .__xa_ _ation_ that,
i;Th tt [ei-s-, n',le, for In is measured by tess whe .i it I W -at soptiato :bi
af thousands of gallons. In comparison with altl sia --,up w figre dat ul i ftdriaLst e ,
the total volume of water which feeds the no. doam where ltllh--hever has bees."_ The
Vessigrg R~ver, it might ooceieabty be so al In ot sUggested to make the water uasuit-
inconsiderable an to be called colloqutal.,, able forbhullea
water isntralty undrinj able, it may be
fatting from the shies itiust bqt addd to the pollited' for other doattpompotes by eeaso-s
-volume comaigi'in 'tfromr t 1 ltf Ieed the at theuoil. Their Lordshotps tbhsk that it mns
lower Vessig y-: hut that ,'ii couafiue- to tue be taken that the pollutionro man ail is not sutcht
quantity-. which will. merrre--cer a r',, and o i to en .ordinary aegian, on upper riari-s
neatly dries st taoxi-r iti t nunot acLuollic piryrreter rworuld he enuilled no..infict opaa a
do en, osJI spansa ricer tF stfalt sondrrth n-,se r,, e.rey eby presceriptiun.
When alt these ,,-IsWanUecF re anade, tie In their Case the trypowdeata sriCtudy put
quantitsy which tins tn nvis-ius'ts rooey, ass their coraentiur thus the district is an oil
aitagether cao hurdle tb-. %.d to rcan-e uo strict, and the re-poadetns' busier of otil
senible ,dnmrurno. 13) tiring Artanvy harM Mrasing and boring r9 a natural usere their
Ou at o every inent)-fotr the rfours a tl i I-iad i and they ore oosrttled to car-r on the,
sea keep a coaerderable soinme ao water in busirresa, 4. aoided the) do so in ausual and
the channel of the Vesigny to3front n[ proper nranter, notwIthsLasdtg, that an a
Merrimac, and would tin so ltether the result Lheroof soaue oil mingles with the rain
rct' iWter ,"s carulng daen IoA mingle with Witet, Which a ttiume11 A' along rthe ravine.
it Oe not. L -t it hebessiunred thatlduring knownoua.the XrcsAigny Riverr -
these hotrs the preceoce of a greater or Ic.ls Their Lort.hips are ptepared to recoaTnine."'
volume e eo.-frech wi-ter rs moteeral only to thar-iuanpplt ing-Etlish nIo ,. which it the law
soalnityir though it does not appear tbat the governing th1i case, to the circuursran-s of at a
wide river channels 3this neighbourhnool vere p.tlsrent coanly and parliculartlytoa tract
could not well sscammo,iote the increase oa land sKch hap great value so a petaoleu"t
enueed by the entrance cf greater quantitiesof area ra idlittle in asp other cOnnectLou, regardci.
freeh iater. Sit iit -ernie clear that, at low urisr be had to such opedlal fcrgomstauce ,
water and tore srue substhstial period before ahiLe nu monhling the remedy to be g-o.a -.'
and after the turnuot ttre tide.- the bats aud in reosuring the amount of ting"
opposite Merrimac sari hahl only its minimum whrch mrght Lake place without itsa heg le.a
volume of sea wathr, and that an abundant senery to hold that the lowee r pariah efgbea


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,-.-.-..ivcna~ r u ....urcuium Fj ^i'h hopefr a betoibimr;nfmlhP7 4hlilt futture: :,,,re I 'anan h loe .foar"
S 's ,a a ch- The Ret. Hr. lort- ofHe t Dr.
1900 the number had- Increased to alzty,, t Morton pronouncel the bentcdklctlon.
Pupils numbering 7,557, the present d ,-The lonal Antem-w u sung and the
boqais of 70 schools with a to.ellen l ol -Jubilee celebrati].n ended
ol 14.336. The report of the Inspector.o d CONG. G TUITION IFROM CONGRESS.
Schools for _917 sow a- very high. (adard Towards 'tht clog ioi 'th bllepnbh'me r'
0 o efficien:y in the schools iol the Mission.- All -Suaemachar Churchbi on Frdiy evening the '_
ol these arewh/illy under the tuition of native Rev. Dr- Cc.fEin who presided, said that he
teachers, male as well akliale. had been iu/ormed that the East Indian
I nrinafv 1hlunihtion and craving National Congress bad sent greeting and con-
of our people for Secondary Education, Dr. ralalaUonu to them on the celebrallon o heLr-
-Gra-n.fouTued Naparima-College-in-San-Per-- hbile-butthat-the -leueL&adbeen delayed iJn
nando--lbe centre of the Eduational work of the post.
the Mission. Donations from the generous The Rev. J. C. Macdonald, clerk to Pre@-
people of Canada have made possible the erec- bytery was secretary to Jubilee CelebraUtion
tionof new buildings at Paradise Lands for the Committee.
new Napanma. The annual comparative re-
sults of the College at the Camridge oca
Examinations and the prosecution o st=.dies a D i .._.. ....
by Its student n .the hihe erpro/essioud In i iPATRIOTISM ademaids that
the universitiesof Canada, the United States you spend- but apend
an G- q-. O, Of;,L. ,,.,++ I -,.,.. .,,,

an institution. Practice Agricullure and
Macoual Training in such a rich and fentle
Island as Trinidad would undoubtedly he
valuable assets to the usefuluess and material
progress of the Indians. Here is an object
worthy of the support of any Christian of a
generous dilsposiou Religious instruction
is also-imparted. - ._. -
Work among the girls hs kept pace with
that of the boi.. Starmig on a small scale
in Tunapuna arn Icomin ulll at Couvs and
Prince. Town, it is uvw conducted in large a
buillinpat La Pique, the Sarah Morton Dor-
milory binug ltegllt of he Womene's Mission-
ary Socilty, to whom our gratitude alI thanks
anr oil red.
Touite the delitinda due to the increase in
the number or rLhools, anrtr In order to giue
the nalivre an oplportunity I liaring in the
responsibility of the work, the Trainrny School
ot i haw s opened in 1891. '"ue salue
ol this school cannot be orer.estimated.
Besides the teaching of the subjects pre-
scribed in the Government Curnculunm,
additional instruction has been given on
Saturday by Dr. Coffin, not only to these
young men but to all teachers of the Mission
schools. Capping the educational work is the
Presbyterian College which was built through
the instrumentality oi Dr. Grant and which
-occupies an important placeinlhedevelop-
ment and extension of the Mission work in the
Colony. Here, under the _Principalabship of
Dr. Coffin, men are trained and equipped
-lor-taking thelr-part in the Christian Ministry.
There are seven ordained men'in charge of
congregations. Regular classes are heldon
a week for all Christian workers under...ac',
Missionary in the four centres. The uecesslty'
ol these classes is generally acknowledged
and Its value beyond any question.
The teaching of the Bible in the above
educational Institutlons and the Snaday
Schools Is a valuable preparation for the
evangelist. As in the past )ears, the general
evangelist : aork baa received devoitd atten-
tion. The present campaign conducted by-Dr.
Wilson, late of Central India, undoubtedly
aimns at the evangelizatlo of 1(i),Xil Indian,
about ten times the Christian East Jndiau
population ol the island.
And now we niih to expre-- our deep gran-
tile and sincere thaInk to the .areit Church
In Cand Itr their unfaihliu interest in u
for the circulation ol faboat LJ ,liri0 Iatly It.r
work done here, Ond Ior sending to us con-
socrated missiouarie: the mitsionarles in
whose bands are the direction and manage.
ment of the fr:ld and wbose teaching, preach
ing and example are permeiling the life of
the people i th the iltllzing itulluences ol
ChrieIao truth and Chriitian living ; the
ladles from Canada bwo have been the pre-
dece.ora of the eacbher, in the primary
school-. especially Blsf BickBdalder iuand Archi'
bald lHbo aur- tilll ivill 1 ; tireLd oernment
for grauts c. lUO ro.r tor rElucalidai ,sci'r L and
other efacil;tics ac:.,rd to our people.
planter, rropiretor iand olihcr e uo aid
finnucicll,, rmade ,poiiible the eiltablibhment of
cd T D. in the early las. and bhose ghse
rosily still ps rtti Ithe continuance ol these
our veoiimerts pernit u t.t refer to the great
aork dceh-iDr -Lit Morti fir Prine.-'Ton-
and Tunapuaur, Dr. Grint, through. abhoe
effort Srusamaichatr became elf-suptortiing
sesentee-n ears ago; Dr. Coffin, the Principal
of the educational inlittiaon, a man capable
of filling the highest poitior in sany Theo.
logical Seminary of Erope- or America, M .
Praser in the Southern District.
In order to perpetuate the memory of our
dear Dr. Grant and the late Rev. Lal Debiarri,
a fund has been inaugtuated which bears their
names. One of the objects of this Fund is to
deiote part of the interest to extension work
in the mission. f.2,001 was originally aimed
at, but about 3,I() hieas been realized. Our
thanks are due to the contributors. The lists
are still open, a suitable channel for your spirit
of liberally. -
Prompted by the principles of Christian
helpsulness and natural affection, the Native
Churches are making heroic attempts to ease
the burden now resting on the Presbyterian
Church in Canada, and to become sell-suslain-
lug, self governing and sell-propagaling.
They have begun to assume rerpousibillty for
the evangelization of the non-Christian East
Indians in British Guiana, and now support a
Catechist in that field.
In conclusionn, we pray earnestly and
sincerely that' the Blessing of Almighty God
may be given in full measure to the workers
and work conducted by the Parent Chnrch In
Respectfully submitted on behalf of the
Native Churches.
Ministers: Revs. Jos. Gibbins,Jas. Ramesh-
war, Henry Ramc4aran, CD. Lalla, C.
Prayagsaingh, S. B. Rimratuan, H, Lltoo.
Catechists : .Mesrs. C. C. Soodeeu, A.
Girdhari, A. Rupchand, J. Nehal.
Eldera : Messrs. J. W. Corsbie, R. Mahabir,
E. Lucky.
Senior Teachers : Messrs. D. Lakban. P.
Dookle, L. Ragbir, B. Mulchanaslgh, lion.
Geo. b'ipa trick (Barriater-mt-Law.), J. M
babir, C. H. Gopaul, Chairman Susafna..
char Church, A. Mattadiln, Chairman Pyzabad
Church, J. S. Sammy, Teacher (Principal
School and Naparims College), J. T. Namsoo.
President S.C.E.S., Miss Green, Presildent
Ralmalu, P. -Sampath, Prealdent PyAhad
C.H. Society. Joe. Rampernad. President St.
Andrew's C.H. Society; Mrs. J. C. Ma donald,
SuA. W. %. Society, Mrs. Jas. Ranmeshwr,
ialmad W. W.Soce y;"-
The Moderator thanked the representatives
of sister churches, the members of the Borough
Council, Mrs. Macdonald and the choir and
all those who had honored with their
sence. I e mentioned Mr. McLeod, Mr.
Macrae, Dr. Jameson, the I brother Plirth,
Messrs. Layton, Christie, Wright, A. W.
Thomasoun, Mr. auL-Mrs. Praer and Mliss
Bldckadder as omtnong others who had labored
in this Mission field. The fJubilee celebration .
had come to a close, lthey felt that they had not'

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necessary when their action is hrredular. The
pl a that will do this work thoroutethly ae Dr.
Kellon's Vegetable Pills, which are mild. in
action but mighty In remsultra. They purge
painlessly and effectively, and work a p-
manent cure They can be used woitho fear
by tihee snt delicately conastifted, they ar
so pialnfl effects preceding thfr gase

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CODOL is nor oi[.oe,: a l 1 l eait'I rner ct of eo 1 liver oil, Gain d ea tlW S
of arid lt.rry, -str. of nihlt. comr .iur.il syrap or lypophf l pha iteit a
hLniryt hn rc ii, .i'l iiiiitiF iLhii o aL I ori urn t s ityoroe s nsil I a edl n- di '
0110atiL lllilt tlie 'irit nOf il,., pr.l.ui,,lntii, as I t ontalos ehins of '
l'Is-. il .'i 'i tii. .. t r-ti.IIt L'r ihinur.ta ry di xordner, rendeelag : C w -', "
in ol e n:t.i ..,i, ii, t 1. s t o f codu liser oil pr tlan UaL,..
nn It-r".sf riot, jt 1.1 s--li'r. ard itcwmpyunsded with the atmoa
pslhutis0ilt.y i ti' hi lliti eLe ktLsct sOmsiO b run h eon ,r e it w fir thmW i .th
It bha l ae,'ooe u e-i benoans aRd nalueI remedy.for 0branahiall.,
tirsoR1 ,1lA..%atit imsoirar' risihmet nt the bload, and to thmmou. wh l
tried. it is .trorgly re'nmniendlei as eaoutaiaing ear&Uve iad sd
properties of a high ord r..
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_ _

clan for poll apple s e
ilteda toi-" d ett' cidnae to-that ..l
pI of abtaction at water, namely, tft"
Stoo4entc are ewttlWo to allow oil,
to flow into the River
-Vemfrv er tohlb i. 'mi-o ,eon w-

--t So the water of the rier flowing through
. : of .he ap.Pllap m- n wer ripana&iptoperty
Their Lordshfc p are however ol opinion
S" 'hat no injnnetion should go forlbwitb. The
declaration will safeguard fhe aippellants' fighti
ad no pecuniary harm worth mentioning li
S. being done at presneut. The re-pnmdents, by
thedr .comae), have gi;eq an undertaking to
: pay fro'- tie to nice ahy daulnge actiinally
fonnrd b the Courtl of Finat [ubannce to hare

and, I their Lordship' opinlou, thev ouRgh
to have a reasonable and ample timua within
which to find some inena of securing them
aetlves in.their operations. They may be able
to intercept the water re-ipdred before it hai
reached the Vessiguy, so ai to become thi
subject of rights Iu the appllan su a all. 1rey
-may be-nbleito interctpt-thre oll;-whiclIche)
see free, before it rencheq the riher. If so
tlime will be required for etie necessary works.
It 1,t be suflcilent to ghe to the appellanti
". tlig11I-'. ppl.t floaInjunctions to the Courl
of nrstapact iter a perlodi of two years.,
Oferiadwt.he responudeuts must pay the costs
here and below. Their fordshlps will humbly
advise ifIs'Majesty tcordliRgly.

Stollmeyer v. The Petroleum Develop-
meoat Co., Ltd.
In this case a lower ripariau proprlelor's
rights ih thie nupollutel Slow of waler la a
watercounrse have been ilolatedt by an upper
riparlan proprietor in the course of working
thie unper lands, and will continue to be no
voIlated utnies the latter take steps to stop
the unuisance, which he contends are commer-
dcally Impracticable. The question is whether
the lujured party must rest contented wllh a
judgment for accnrued damages and the right
to sue lo farther damage. from time to time,
--- r la wihe .10 an Iju ictlon --i-
a. support oftls'right. The courts below (Black-
wood-Wright; I., disc.) have held the former.
Ther s omnpre evidence that, independently
of any commectal working, aseertati amount
of petroleum ooze out of tie ground cd and finds
Its way into the stream. To that extent the
appellant's rights are right in a flow
ol o aUy e wier but the fact gives the
responenta no Tight to make it more oily
themselves. The only result ia that they can-
not be required to prevent the eacape of-oll Into
the stream, in. so far as it is enlthely due to
natural Ucause. .
It Is also contended that volumes of salt
.. .water, -which frequently escape from subjacent
strala wAeu the.respondentl have penetrated
them with their bore holes. find their way
inlo he Orrefln lrepe I ndentlcof any" paulp in-
openatlion, .whigh ie reswrrdenta carty on.
orAgl ay nistrnetlouial wark which they' a.e
ltpa It -'fore the shebi porliullo t
bW Brt dralneutp cannuuot be helli re.poli-"
.ef lh i.. urtcd11' op-nion the evidliacvn
'Mia i sh this poInt. Even If it ne-'
aRsrie$ nthat snriuwater, Iolrced is lie SLiarfce
by natural pre'r.]e tLiroungh tlie respoudeni_'
bore hole, noulnd i nainy cae flow dovn to (lihe
bottom of the ravine where the stream nins,-.
and woulnid not be evaporated or absorbed oe
the wny, which Is by no means clear, the act
runetiin thai the dams and resepolrs of thia
respondents hold up tbjs salt water in the b/l
Of ihe stream, ruil thRi 4t huls itn iWIy into
the appellatia's part ofl le 6tenui either by
-. Overflowing the top of tine reinno l iets' task
wi. hy bIlnR litr,.lil thlronugli laicca, at tlie
bottom. Their Lordlships are nutlnsied that in
effect the respondents do direct botli oil uil
.. loat, water into the lower part of tlhe streni,
anil are therefore responsible for infringing
lreic appellaatas rights, aud that uothliniig /iur-
ther can hae necessary than to latuit the
.. tijunction to resatrainiing stMi pollution a ii idue
------ A-,rthee-respovndealase, anm ti nnot-cnieadt
-tinirependently-by tie natural lorad condlitlons
Hand im jurol a -,c,,yr,: of oil or brinc.
;-.-- b--e-' gr' n t al a injunction is the proper
_icnnidy for a violation of rigi tE according 16 a
current of authority, which is of many years'
standing and is practieally-unbrokea (imperial
Gas Light and Coke Company v. Broadbent,
7 1itL.C., at p. 610: Pennincton v. -Brinsoa
HaBll Coal Coamp-iu), 5 h D 70,9. In
r.Bgllh v. Mletroprllian\ Water Board, 1907,
a".'.B', nt p.-603, threic l a mere dicluai to the
cotnorary). The discretion of the court In tihe
., lirUsL O0 such lunjnnclioaa is regularly etcrlseul
f I'h lncise:a Ther-Lordshalp Veer- no-reason
Sto tiepirt from so uulforin practice. an-i
alitbough they uly niprecile Ihe reluictance
et;,ressed by the Corets of Liniurdad, iu view
.-.i line spnciil-eirennsirmn-'eea- the petroleum
iLdarutry, they do not Lbink that they diflc.e.-
turke the prevent fror other cases. Tieure
-. snjut be an injunction, therefore, to retmrain
'itbc rcspoanlenIs froin pumping from their
-e- -lls or bufflring to escadPe from ltheilr Ins-
pounding ranks or reservoirs or ofh,'elivse
dllcarging oil or snit water, .in such a w..
that the) or either of theri shall reach tilhe
Rier Vance or its tributaries, so as to pollute
the water therrol to the nuisnuce or Injury ol
Their Lordshilp are, however, ol opinion
'Bflt' It wo junctliou at once. The loIa to the respondents
would 'be' out of nil proportion to the--sppel.
laut's gain, aud ou the respondents nuilerlaking
as they have done, Ila pay from time to linice
sucih pectuilary darinnugr as their worki
myrr be flimil to hsve.cadusd to the appellant
lman luqiur) belore theCL'ourt of First Instance,
they S~&r r.al-jillce will be done II tire
operr|teo ilethI hltjri.tiuu he suspended for
I Iwo years lto ie an nmple opportunity to the
-.... anendv-ts to aary ot any-wosks -neqessmry-
-7 8j tldulove lim' eaelJ of complslat, with liberty
to apply to the. Court of Pir lint nilee for- a
hlwther snapeaslsn, II special grounds can be
shown. The repondmhnlnUis uant, ofhonrse, pa)
the costs here and below
,T ltir 0i.,l.i.-lilpi will In' iubly Mivlse Ils
-maje.ty acconllnsly.

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1Th 111 0111 1- l iR
faver snlutn thire lftil llniis dn- Ire illirfiet
STh.e Dirict l'llnO. affimer hail reanriih it
eantr lire remn.vl of tlie chill Willl alur Ta Inor eo l Day" air uwrlng to irhe
faci thatllthirr liiMhcr usim attackpl whtil lhi'
silly idtsre iai 1ier Mr. Tlilor Ilc inieii
ill saI il fmf "ld ,, fiin2d.ay I.,l. Tlre
.* funeral cmremb)e' N n ierforenil at nie (ti-ri
SSheplherd CoItlrrl Iv lil, Itev. W T. Allni nI l
tdrte m'oirtsi'tlo Salr lftenaiio h) Ilc rihl,l.
day Irals'l t be F inmr inrl t Ihahr Ruin e,.rinn lann
giemeier Itrilhe lsanrllp allvlonenh
On gI.ff 'night Int tlie house rf
ROmaEiso ,llnes wae aet on rire fnot Mr
Ifemee1t. wsno rdearl. a 'hn uit 1i1luaer
wM tat foe lielr Polie On lihernivrl
IWO the hbrilgn ftItistluhhliB apparatius the
-gflem bad leutadv lIen put ouiim byefghlnturs.
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1'3ai In I a amuify bhu public that I anin rvahau 1e.-u u
nTr. c p ni su a ,i a dsa b. o dbts. o he con. 14&Z11u nCcii alheadr fronr the crcehof the 'BRINGS P
1,hit mv ......... po iecalon without rn j y i. three lapst fin the ufiish. At the mond of IMMEDIATE RETURNS -
cit-c, Plaetd 'aON Vlalvra. SangrenGrade,, the lil hbagaint osln aheofl. Grerlys. nIhe
2nd A,"ri, 1619. farouirils beiung au In/foe a while. When he

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oe Tunapuna Sp rt .t h 'd . .
os a m rtr i pdl Jblritdfmd w-th the piee oRacRe. (75yards.) Open. Pivt pri.
.imfatha .-.ida-ze saifbmu. pied U U -D T renalted by'.pturphy, Maoe& & Co. S-eod
of clotMhing t, Apart from these artcle. SUCCESSFUL HOLIDAY MERTING. price by A. L: Vaugbn. I tranc@ tee .
arbm* wee Btrno damage was done. A. CnneUll .
te t rtt tm -tnt on e .k. In Aid of"Britiah andPonrtugues C, Watta .. e -
Red "SAramERNheld on the prie bytMr. tn T rices irrind
SAN FERNANDO. TheCycleandedr. the Warden, iao Warehouse
b e r kuR dei tousndu ]a -
ad , 1 Pn n L.-r.. --Didier -
PROBATE MSIATTERS. aid of the Briih and Portuguese Redl 'ass e rL n Z
It will be welcome news topractilioner and fund were farvoured with nearly al the Sdegi Bi iyne-- -a q b
all oTheTr cer-ned io iirow h ..-t l t o -isP uiino e-f-w BcccsIal- meeting; good t,_ inner berweein rDiier and to S ieen,
possible to ansact ll non cotentious probate weather, numerous enrie and a very large e buta lew arrheape
and dminLraion matters in San Pernando. attendance, th only essential lacking being ud
The last rllfficulty hai been removed by the grad m management. in canseqtence of the teape byel aberd.
Appointment of the Sub-Receiver at San er- fa"y arrangements made there were The eMln chmpin.a-hip Race. Op n t10
nando an the- proper officer u ere r he EsHl e mont complaints from occupiers of the stand o rl pr' ntste t frmi
Duly(-Ordinance. Some rime ago in referring aiw ere force" lostind on ihe Eeafo provided. rlr ts I i c, i
to ihe appoint ent of he Sub-Registar at b a c o be able to see the event- and ,ieu i I l .,il.Spi r, ; ul c'i. J-l
San Fernando as e Diltrct delegare" for ithenthey did so with dilffcul, owing to l hie i T ii C i i I by
rirel- c eerr- i-ut.. .....Z OEMlE.d...rlilnr )r I'
Probte Ordinance e TrRINIDAD GycAd DIA. The 1 anengcmeut waalso a reponrhble forte Ib,- Me C,, *ie,. liae t, piz e I pru, t 1 i6 r.
pointed out that no buinet- could be tra n. fact that tire hall-mile handicap ladies'enrcle Gr,.v. r l'u ap pana i -
acted because there s'Ia no poiv-er officer here. race W si not satifacilorily conitetll ,,nd will Wickha i an ( all d ol - -
The Sub-regitrar has a.lio been appointed disL hae To be rierun on a day to be fixed by n the whr(S 'erandol
trictrdelegate for the county of St. Patrick. oa ee. The or a whole were be reetates from PortSpain, San
.1 ot- mot slccescrtul ever hel al Tunspu na bthe Frano. Tunapaan Jsep. faced the
HUSBAND AND WIFE. stands and giteun being filled with lively am ii A r the- cy
o. aoedatured_ cro.d-e e e in a-lr th atar rut aEwinng o.. SCOod-_an ar
S aon having a good day's port. The a tevdancer Vic ,khm s cond.
S BROWN v BhROVeN. far exceeded the un anguine expt e ctio o Half Moaile DonkeyL R ace. Open. Firatpr e
-. .l p ped d for the o rthe Come nele od the funds, for the benefit Second entrance
$12 per aMonth i i of-whir-the- tportn awerie held, ought to be Ie .'iln ) .
richer by a good tany )dollars when reckon- Ple jump. Open. irb. prize presented byI
At the Police Court yesterday, before ,. H- 'loge aTe mane. The coRpentis caiefro lr O lHatter." Second prize biy
P. Gantelraue S.M. Iifreda Eugenic Brown all couarers of the island, some of tile pireot imb
charged Chan. tlheia it nsu, her husband, beat of each distre t tar ing pa.ti. It w ounior- r hng mi C.
with desert ing herself ad two children on tlunate that early tn the programme the star viair 1
Marci 19t1.h cyclist of Tunopuna, N. Mitchel, fell wien Obli ,. -.
Mr. H. Gibbon appeared for the coa- oinctor) for him seemed to be assured, and dime. Iapl Stile r lciirle -a. L ,'' lbir- i o.
plaiiantB ud stated that defendant would con located his" left collar tone nrcesealiaiug his e Ir d price -,rbcez i .i b' blre. i. A.
seat to an order for 12 per month, from April bng taken to the Ditrict hospital Rivalr R er pr, I. L. Rbe
ib. a-a keen o betwiee a th i e various dte rii t miir ep tnirai tfree
Defendant pleaded guilty and agreed .topay- setted 'u ih the re I.l hat there were mea teirgr timn a .cutif a ih r i he ra- Valap.
t12 a month. o e eeihing riolhele, iat %as ,Jeciie c.laU a et u iddbheFl rc o r at l a
The Magistrateorderedt iahe co ucuio o teporto. the p ri zes cide ] rh o1 ls td.r a& a tra
A charge by the wife against the husband which were hanuorme oua- are diatrib ed b rre da e H-e.et.
for sraking ose of threats to her on Starch 18 the Warden who addrceaed the winner ,i hr,.e Stea flLnale R,nce Hee-iciri Open.
a Sutton Streetn, waoawlthdraown. congrantulatory term,, and' then addreu ing the- Pir-Fric rr .l i- In '
Tgathering said, that they all had to thank the y i.n pr,:b, .aloc.aultlTrat Ean -a ce
r RpECEI W. STOLEN GOODS. -C mmt n ttee or theaoay they had managed ae ls
Ranepersad ntousi pleaded guilty o re- matters ; they hd managed thitFug eary nell. re,,,, -crach, A
ing- h a aratedat about-30, -and-It was due to-thcr-fforts-tbat thea ab--had- cabr 7. rl .
the property of the St. Madeleine Sugar Co. had ch a sPuce ul day's sports. Hi hoped aate i ona ail iC a il-
Mr. H. Scipio Pollard, R.C., instructed by in future ,cara that they would have a per- I,5 yaireI irsl a IFri fight lo" second, Pol .
Mr. E. H Gibbon, appeared for the defendant. manent stand, aud he had no doubt that the
.The rcase_ was laid by Corporal lferr and- -Go ermeur -wo.ld do -what they couldto help
Inspector d f. T. W. Care prosecut ed. them. He then called tfor three cheera for
Defeudant pleaded guilty and wa tsc hnd rit e the Commitee which wlere-iiemtalv grveen. aama D
or one mon th. ir G. P. Juglmohan"ih h. e-,' 'n :See .S.. srt aparima District Agricul-
tare. addressing Lbg%%, u., adier and gvntle-
6 5FOR PERJURY. iMnca a behalf of aceiirre -aid d iithey t S
tB. Pacheco wag giOng eviIdence In a ase i rnhodr eiunr sincere thesad to the Warder,
which Chady wan charged with he ethei of fr h he tery vable assistance he ad en AIR eb i n it L RING
wood. Chady'o defence-woasthat-Pacheco had ,irred ihern. Witrho-thiS -iaanee,,lihey bld
mold him the wood. Pacheco denied this. no doubt titb the %eM" aucco.sflrday's spart-L Oera-,nnthe N,-f,,run, i:
Corporal Jordan proved that Pacheco had said which hadi ust come to a cloee, could uot van i " asinL arI "rn likle N l.-i tra. i-
that he had soJd Chady-the-wood. green the success tihe hbad been They nere arici ,grtcliaral ^.II, h.l A dene:srnalirc
Th Magistrate dismissed the case agailnt deeply Indebted to hlim hfr coming there i ht pn pou rc-rt i Uc rte ,id-:os ,t tei
Chadv aud told Pacheco that he had told a ula and officiating aa j diilg. ,n and el o ,r -.e '.ilon Boua-aiir t L, PI.aI- Ta ie a ,l.auc ,
wick.ed lie wiN ch m eight have led to Chad trii-uilng the prrn- T e' IThanki o helb. C.i-i 1" ,' 1 l Ii : i x, li-t, ,, Iio l t e uri
Ileing impn issued. He fined Pacheco 65 cr mltee awer al- i.-il ,i: cnirian-un -,n-i ol her- ait, ll. W al,:i.ti'T- c r . i i t- Cira ii ,a i-
osr iuonalh'3 imprisonment with hard labour. sh. d ehad preceie.-l thei awitl ho.e ,cau i. -r si u a. iierii- r. i
L it..fuL.:on- l, .l ,rsin citi" 1 pii',- hl h ericlite iia yea-t1i- ,.
THiFT Ob T M LE. i.-.i io largely -ep ,ii.i .'-r tle unm.o-ni' Iil- C i a..,..,., ilna.i ,l .Mr l ....i.i 1,--
-r iuDvi.J Slack pleaded gullty to the their of a ..IriL- Lch h-iaI characti-. -,.:i he- porip He ii ,.,l l -e t -, i .0. ija rri i h,, ic a ,,i,. ,
uile from St. C clhiia itclan l.a1 cri- t. anrei call i. --r iiree ,cieer i. L i' .i, le tll 'i rC a- i h
l i- e a n-Ren eared too4x -li i-,c uW iny 1:,r r ci--.,aa I .-ir- i , -a, rr 1 i,-baa ,-
irent isirir i-, I larionr. The Results. eer ie.-H l hi. uhern,.. .a, nFeT I I,-r C.r aim:ti.J
fj,:,. .l ,,:' h l, -,: ih-"' I-u b I ., -ih ,, I t '. .r
C R ICKET. f[,, ll.';,,i ,-"L, ,F I:ull -l, , il, i1 i a ie a1 I 13Mr O.r..-I r l:, .i- -i:h,,r S ,I,
i. -Ir 'l e i a -n ,f.' -
THE RAI-HAAIMUT CUP COMPET ,,',,,: t 'a ir.t isrr:e reeut,,1-. %. ai .a'iir hiLm,-i.,:, h,. _.,.,ei i,-ir the

O R IrN.TAI v. H O LBO I% N i1& ?.. -IT .. . ii h r,, o. c: ., La iIt ,,, i, .i l a ,. [: I ,,
OiniS turidy lastyatParadise pasture'orientle i I ,I--... --,.h t ir. I .e s- r, r --i.l0 0 ,-- 11 : ,"It.1. ,-'1..1'u i ,: --i .,
C.C. mel Holborn ill thie above com petition i I, I'l I ",".sf,,r ,, .' l . , ...,',,,' ii,: - I t,,I
S Iloiborn batted first nidl scored 108 rnus. A r. ,1, i i,' d I.,,,-, '1 .i- i irI i ,r, '. I r r I .I. ,
Leibal 26 nutl J. F Taylor 2i2 were the pri ir, .I.,I I.-, 1 ;1 I u .' I- Iac-L .-i, ..i....., I- I-i .r -,r, t ,,I
cipal scorer. Oriental ne xt occupied th. I. 1r. "il I. 1 Ii. 1 l t .ti .. ., ii-. ,. l ,.li Ih ,I : 1,.
icketsFi sd 9 wickte e fell for 97 runs. D. F.ii,-1 id Lp -
Grantr31 carll A. R aba nia i20not ouncn r ,itei., ,icr I t,1' 00-1-,, h r in ri, cll iir ndp ho t
Holborn, A. Joseph took 5 ticketss for 34 ru it. I eGren ,-'U" r, a ,i ca, 1 r.Llt le a,, le ,- -,IaVl.
and B. Carter 3 fur:2 e. _.3Eor aOriental, 0 1 I thbi er -c ,c irgi 'rt-% ai",' 1,I i, I Th,,i', l I ] lt l. iei :ll ,' ;%ri, l e ,It-I
Silevnt,5for24 and Ratnb vransingh 2 for 45lF.-,;t rthe e 11 er,.the .,Ie-. ii-h I...I ,T- c,. :h.. ', l. 17
This matcn h reli na ediUrfinished p owl i l.ngi t. 3 i. ... ec Irt"c I, r". ,rt1 a i-i a, '. a--o.lir n rice t hen
failure of l ight.1 ,-,-i._lI:-: -h. i-,let I hi :ggI a- tr a ,,, Id net
"r~t nn co el lll U l M D l ,CIL ,., ,,,pl l ,n-1 ,_ p ,.: h i1-b, , m .-c,1 F r.,fL Hi ;
-UrS'R ALIAN a. IiIEi-ARDlS. y pri I -I -.1 R. I-,, -. 11.' 1 1ir I.e1 . .. adl,-,l. aa.l, t cr t. el' -.
-Dehards occupied the wickets first ad wer- C -c, iu L. R.-,I io.,, -,,u7 -c-. I i i ul _l ,, ,
all out for 64 runs. Joseph 21 andDr. F. Ca ,r ,e I.- (- -,,. r-w h. --.- .- H ep. itah. a., .c
Mahabic-16. Australian made 77 for the lose I Ierae- -, g. InkL.; ei c a v C a.t.1er, l 5". ,y 't.c.
of 5 ,icb slt o asl rn i ci t ir ,antMhitch. % IWilnu . . ru u :i sv- i11 1,t-iiah lcrc tlr,.i., rhe.-
For t ie tior,; L- ,ie.rac and harrowan cerari Ina.11l T rU C,' -. SIlllcia l, ih ala]e Tarin a 1sae 0 rIn Ihr1 n..- I He agr,-eauil th.,.a h,
22 eacl not out.. s 11A oing oiar AiuIraelan Ihot ahead.'I hit.e --irel On b lb i bil ,iie ol r-e.l l uhir n ithe eg r ,, a ia l0 teLeptIT
!rJ i,., C i /,:,or ]6 rflngntnd R t ,ed t ., ]J .lI,, r ..,.,:11 in hall .h ,r t e, wl^ h' . d n 'l ., t tr,
Loscir I--k I irre c- h ive ]..r Mr iuaut alar.c onctle- a-ait HeiL o ledi-iuiegic ceg ei'l-r,
RoAberlis. 3 aor I reaching oThen e iL c tr-Lh he agtteiplr I iL I, le I., is- -' -r.bof ih I-Jrtli.- ;., ,-
e SlinCaCL vear.i 11.. 1,011! ilmo Ii r ,i r .Lt i ,, i,,-erI,- I. .i .l ITI l i I ,
-CRICKE I' ON pli SI'.s ] i.M NDAV. el alitlMlo-Ii.c,-l--.: 0e Open to ba .. r .... nrp.,olv I pUT i,, 1.I- l.' Mi-"l
I F rIT ,Ii.- 1i-,,enit, IT, h ilbchial P Ii'' c- t tC .i 1 c lip -v oi c-rl, -l
HOLBORN v. ST MA\R"S' COLLEGE. lillriI ,ec,-a- rie 1 T Ae Il Sir Nl i 'ra.trH I i -:,r-.l, I i-,t 01 -1 l' -, -I-L, ,r, I ",
O Milonday ta. t Pt rnihlie p omaIrc ,.i-,Ierm o-,nthi r Ini:e l ee I I ce I. sralic lilin UIP7 u ,,U I.niri.ar ti r.,.
from Str MarE C college. Pni .C. eSiTn cay o 1 -. C- I ic 0,1 o( r l lil alr: I e ,lotthat ,I Thlite iree .5 a
here ma pln3 Holeborn C C ilk iruo baired I P.,ipol -p e cb,0 he iincb- i so-ai, ,.-r tain i-e a-
first nnd scored 113i W. Attale 35. ]j eph a a i Da i ', o n % i a rc n ea ,s ihii hC phaI ng l g p .;ry':-,: nihvn mat heUick itfron tithe I
29, Geo LaCoence 12. St. S Car o Callege niup,:rsore usedis hr1 neplap0roentl.- H RIou:eo Latoehe la Iirair nlart hecaun:e he wa, irIF
were out for 5"3. l a-t n rnn l t..ei-. gin ns -I.: .,placeL aitti e i ,. l ic Iiron ice a un l aI e ---hi'blh cru.ald be g ,t Ir--
10it -- iraryacI11 .1sreel 1t3 First pr:. a n ite'nt ,. He e liloe Il how hecearedi on-
nrhec h ?t l I' l I i, a.-s3 rla E ntrahd. nce Ic ,,ebwinug In hit ii. n- tho,.er- it- ?ri- .e Iv' et
AR M61. l. a tkmreri c ofi i rnl.er 0 1lie.r01l f0ing elr,-, ,iI
-) Hours, I TrIFe er ie he up I 1- 1 1 h1 i -11 ,- 11L r
CHICK'.T_ S U.._- - t-asbleyI b-2 h e srIci I Ini,.irit1 '-aLa 5%a r4.r
Oa ne Nine Mc Ra O e Snhie ce Race Open l F r it Ie bct ior pen ral, iii rt l P. [er i.,c;ira i-e
511.N1t. ON C C v.Q. RHC. ype'cnted by Sahatoni, Sca&Co. inelhteir rered PlohA-oi k Elan, cWrLeCiort, iHie
--ndishIl Second pre- I.l y ,ir Robert Eccle p. k ,-,p- c t-ire s.-ale oi hi'ingr -r 'ilrrre BonlC-
At Arlina an larIer Mtondnay on the grounds entrance fee a.of lthe lowel iv a sauniiry euditlos sn-I g, e
if the Shrneoen C C. a very Interesting panoi I e inoea er. I rlnrolnb. hit aTohot Lo get thin ie beon ri-
of trichker aslq il 'led between t eSt ,-c h h n3 i urbanu 2 sols from t poahliry.
C.C anti Q R.C, which rested in a detent Grenee w s tefavorie in thic crce, the nul% l ie rthb-rl rlo-, ni'e prtty ov0 I hi, %i-it -n.]
oFr the visitors by 8t rons. The homue team other couipelAt'r ia-whli Wa.a hought-ogr i rae showed ncl..k ihathebd iin Jaunrey as Feba.
was captained I-y 'W. Mtiooaend The visitnrr by aiy chance wilInEior.'Mitchel, Picto c Iii at .- lasil.all tar the poep-ese o 'rorth d e ir
Rev. S Doorley. The game -al mitnre edi t le 'y i h:r spoIL t- toe i her t, i l ',pLe nf i hi' the Lion. The inucubitor, upi. re. h- i F i100 ezgg
a largecrowil. The grnt i o itnt i whichwic l a at race w1 anle a i le rt e, "Gr(anl,cs lrnggo I CWhh svt LIe being hait. eh d shn day. Sa'n
Cty.. .. -plai.pie-by-al-w wheel. pleted ot 9 -10 p.m. Hie explained in reLrlil tihe
The horte team haovig won ithe tos, elected 270 S'ards Piti Raee. Open. Phot prhie caring of chicks. -They--were taken from the
tobat, ile'era Mdodo ana 0 Davis facing presented bry J. Glent,linninsgS i Cs. Seond incuhatort three darn crier being hatehed and
ile brolhug of Wallenit Gooltridge, moat he prize by Mr,5 M. Rigsby. fitrauice fee Is. were pennoet .p numilthiree invonth' ohl wbCn'
first i e vicketaiin fell quickly. MStr. arue a SergLt Hy e-o I the) %vere given tie rii mo ytheard The
short m lel for1,p r fii 0001,|,%n. ~ asp et P Ml r. . p ,irty weute to thea diterenL pens where-Ba lred
change when HR. /,l tinllerle went to tie lynon bea t the pll ol i. the race, but Dilier Plymomth S R kq an-.i falihorns in f ine condi.
wich, is ao ii71h inn noeal tini n free-el. I-tie vil- i r not farf IIellhia -iI o cp lor le isC e rTClC nI sMilew re abee-r. Tir e -li al area of Tlhela t rd 1
orn were rsit -.a ll oer il i |,.inigroan lealhd le be r i% i Ml ItO jst llt sa ,c c iparir nively ri11 n ot-I In, nsri ;i -
rlUrting. -,t irr fall of [lie last wicketb e ire Ill Mile lifeacle Race (Lilihe-l. Open, is mar.e the nilereirrne ol oal it
rsnreran 73 t,ithillerle l R nrg ronetriredn 31. Crcnt prize prel entede e by tie r ,,iney I Ir ao-rI. I r' con,]nirdi can, ou uilaallb horirt thl re.
Steir hiy nnch thes.ilslteatfactI tire bowling el ofl rca d trl .b h-y MrtI. I Jirliine. i;urarice I" hre i re autoaRtic f.ue rie. nn-i as- tT-
0. DavisonMul CD,1tnl, H-alleey. Air. Dooil fre. etg cans. The diet is so arranged an n
niarle 14, tireto Tp coin far aic-lfci hlm- l nifewill I lis a). leo1 I ro~n ( r'A ,leel 1'Make op. O r toeras possible, to nuppiy all
intwandismi.ti ,Cirri.tot,,I of iuns. t I. T leerI lrt-ra.Speih,- 2 that the towln an li obtain himniall in The
'.i.Ivcn reupre nltar ul T rilpuniiii a -., el-lta nriloral way.
nun ii)Altidle IsI trp tor the i rics brainwh,ch rI I earth% aotnimew, ecronr iale b ra te n- '

i-,e tap .arring hlai troanle r-ranutiuone tic lean ..... ... ..lie .In .......... a lip. ie

WOu OrderT for Dri



Purity in Drug., Promnpt E:necutio of Orders, and Pains-takitlt0,
:re Ilhc the esF-ntuals -which we observe.-- '.

Phonn co ecison t all trancho ._. .o r 'a tSaa
"acnd Prince Town,

or the Protection ot Towns, Village, Ei.,talca Plantations Factorfese
aind R-ailroad Properties,
[HRE ca n atOl s 1a uti naed inthee rhngiines i lneafrry ie mace. effective a fir
dtlu Parliecularfon fir-tao l highly i .minnable manteriala, as oils, 8Ro".
Th er qines will throw a powerful treamK frl- 0 to 75 feet. ey roye e
eri,,onc. ei asi-Ilr devices in order to haaprataJ aca-ciesoip. They. cu mb ,m
,a yreto, rnlu nthby are always reall far i 'anac-diane use.
l'aere tn, yracnu allj, no eot far ut' teep ol this appnartus; itocropie 1 1 4 '
d 'Ie e ua ed ca h o.ra at any drug rore at very low noot.
e harle.a i-s an thing hiut fire.

V I T'1i`n'tallatijof of one of thee Chemical E ,nsi
asurance against Fire. ,

ort-of-Sp i 2, "
6Pho 6 626. a

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IT will well reply )our visit t this Depart.nent if you ae i
La general, part, oc piece furnishing. However, the
just the same for a new piece of Furniture to replace
-habby=looking -one,-as-foia new suit, dress or sh,
Furniture being made right HERE can beSod iC.
that was our aim for launching out into the manufaci
Our prices are cheaper. Buy your piece. or buite
Prices DEFY COMPEhITION. Just tells us your want.
ings and We will make [the Prices Fit, EVERY TI_

\\'e specialise in this deprtmc-rnt and would invite yO
us A trial order, ,s arc in a prisition to thoroughly sati.
are sure of ii. C laipare I.'ur usnrk lind you will be convi
have a beautiful Seleci'... .. 'l' :.uliIg to choose from,

The "[COMFORT' ReBlining
Ltcld 'raire, adjusts AutomAi-calily,.u any pusiioun, Folds Ft
delightful piece of Furnetur 'iti liI. e lto see it is
Just a few Received Mirked Cheap. SEE IT.




SI.... '. b n -all eart I'itch PiP
Sm, nlle,, .p umbr N s ju ar aware, the, ok
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K .-~------ '~*THN -, ~ 1'-N, !W!F4D1fZE8 WAY, 'APRIL' 3:' 198'8 .-. ~ -2~L


Our Policy is to supply-smart --
and. reliable.
at reasonable prices.


Corby's Canadian Whisky

_DlatiIed and Bottled
Under Canadian Government Supervinion.

S- .

'D LCIA TOILET CREAM, a delicate eo/llUent for toilet usa(making a soft smooth skin, preserv-
Sinz it from the action of cold, and bright sunshine. RECOMMIENDED FOR SUNBURN.
LAIT LAROLA.-A banurle-s preparation posessinR cooling and refreshing properties. It allays
. skin iritalion. Gentlemen will find it very soothing after shaving.
BEETHAM'S GLYCERINE & CUCUMBER, when applied to therhair, will be found to render it
soft and silky.
Also LAIT ANTIPHELIQUE, a French preparation for the rdkn.
'Phonase-925. Wholesale-& Retail Cheniits. Night Bell."

the MOW ect Ioto. LU113

SA cablc has b6hn- ree red front, the Directors s/tati/,'
1/&if /ithy -vi/l 'no/ iay) any Did1'k;:d onl /ic' C n/on
Stock of the Comany for quar'/- ending .J/ai-ch 3st


Gueeal Mafonane'r.

U nder Coh act wIth te DO MNION.GOVORVMENT a ego.r Three-we.oei ly PASSENGER
C'oRGO and MAIL SERVICE i maintained from St. John, NJ, and Halifta. N.S, to Demeran.
via Bermuda. SL Kltts, Antitua,. MnntserraLt, Dominica, St. LuoaN, BLarbadom, SL Vincent, Grenada
., Trinidad rettrniig Northbound via the same ports
.. ... ..-- _.. 'BAGGAGE.
Heavy SBrtpe must be delivar- to the Compsany's lighter'at the St. Vinr:nt Jetty
Hatween 10 anl and 1 p.m. on the day of sailing. Hand baggage only will be taken on the
*aaFasengnerg "ea requested to nee -that their baggage Is properly labd.lod prior to shipments
Lahlls can be obtained at the Company'*i0 ice. All pAsengers' KaggEga should be inaured as
th, Company accept no r.eponsibmllty for same. *
Fpuanage Tince e al ued at the Cninpany'n Offics only.
The Passenger Tender leaves the Ligktlouse'Jetty at 5 p.m. on nailing days.
To, Further Ptelculam apply to,
.. Marine Squaro

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Victoria,' Et
Bar and Billiard Room.

SINCE the re opening" further
improvements hIave been made.

t| c.r renel t tin rlf ,,
.. a I f Recherche Luncheons
sIot In eu. u can. now be had at. the shortest
N815C a.' notice and at moderate prices.

De Vetei Co. The Cuisin is of the
30 letiry S urm Thone ISi
------t--- Very Best.
O'U'-.R, :'POIrAXjT~i rHE BAR is, replete with the
SVir Fin.est stock of
S irits, Liquets.- Wines,

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Good as Beforel
Stronger than Ever!!
Under the 'ol- Mana.-:m..nt ii ill. lon
experienced D-nt ID WO,-" '-.e horl ,:'"r.
irienj. fhe CARLTON HOTEL n ru, Leter
than hilherto, alie to ci r.:, 1the tuant of
one andi all :emariilil.. iurpro.vemrni in
every ditrciton I
Chicest f enus Dally.
Special meah iuppli-1d at rqut-:i.:t notice.
Don't Fail! Visit TJiE. CARLTONP_,
.ere 0 1 Il therrsi n rrci .e i Marii,,e .luare.
J. WIOD,. r.inagor & Prcprielor

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THE PBIC in general is hereby notified
rnot to give any credit to any person or
persons in my name, eXcept upon a written
order signed by myself or mv lawful wife
Spain, March 22nd, 1918.

hereby notifybhe publ in general that I
*- am not under the protection of my husband,
Cornelius James, baking left his house seven
year'-ago for reasonable causes. ELiZAtBEt
JAMES, Siparia.

tBCSQa -
EEG 10 n7 i th1 c.ubli thut I ill
i. ot lhid mvell rn.-baO t. r anv debt or
deb"' courr3ctir. t.I -n m -i lr. Dfe Bi-bhan. e
T"h'ma6. 'he hInt1-3 li't r rii ro.en un-j pero
fecticn Oricr hli- .1 Fi rt .:ilt .ls.3

I hberEby warn the pUnIC I oeeral that I do
riot hold myselir-p r npnribl, Ior uny debt-,
contracted by irf' eil t Marv BIlatdell. ihe
bemg no longer under rn/ control. J.I. Blea.-

T HE PUBLIC it here, y warned nol t bluv.
or n an) wa d,.-l wen ptn peup ity's i,.
High StreetualI n Fern u-.i u. As tiral prop.rIY
waa olit-- I-fr. Jimes ATlbhira-v Ina ennr
Joseph Lozire Davi.j hv ded dated March
18th. I91B. r ;r, i HH,-.bon u.da Rellenl.l.
Solicilor3. for Jamc3 Allnhar.

CH\UFFEU lo 10 ran B .r.t and F< rd"
Cais. Wro-..n a1.r per day. Apply to
W',.\L'-iL.0 USIND. Carapichnaula.


Apply to Mr. JA'M-3 Kt.X, Manager, Watcrloo
EsEtac, Caraplchiaim.


It is the Little Things
that Count:
You need go nqfaother, to be assuted
of the fact, than ito
m-ua4 ou-.w clLan4ulth IMal.ule mcan.
who will giee propan ly owner all
ponsihle help In sectirinrig ihpir Rlst
despite lhe higl. nos ot' ling., by
p a their agenc- Ia h and.
PHONs -' no. 5a


need good dressings;

We have them.'
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T II STAN .i1r iD LIFE ASSULFkAlsCE >u'M I-'.UNV ti" '-.,l, ,!-1 m E.au.t.ai.r', t-. 16Z-.. .Luc
l a. s catncInM r lted L.) ge.cL-J Act of P.rlame,-I, in 1910. IN iie of ,c t.arge:-Tr ofituI F'rldc
Lr,:1 Wu mi t, a-Bnrm.
TIlHE NEW ASitrLF.% l:ES ral.e.i ,i c Ae A r .:.| h C f.. C C1 .:.. i er u I,: :-
Y er.1. N ..u-,,, I c-% -: ",". I. .a..r,

,.:.t-1-- ., ._ -- ,- ,. -. -.
r.r r* .

Particulars on application to
G. BRUCE AUSTIN, General Ageat.


Manufactured by

lest quality guaranteed. Prices on application.

Prompt and careful attention to orders.



51, Marine Square,
Shipping & Commission Agent,
Import & Export.

41 a


New York &, Toronto


-Brown Clwanv PIay Oxford

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O E"O8S 9 to fl.Ads

A PAIR. l ".


J[ohn ,N .adle y'&C

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THE OILn OF TrE PEOPLg Many oils
have come and gone, but Canadian Healing
Oil continues to maiainin its position and
increase its sphere of usefulness each year.
Its sterling qualities have brought It to the
front and kept it there, and it cptt- truly be
called the oil. f the people. Tiotuwandi have
benefited by it and would uae no other pre-

G ITHER NO MOSS"-Tnat's what theysay

S- BUT -

roll hillrough thece pages and
the page'- _roll _to_the four _
coruerz of Trinidad, and
inTf o citrs irtin cnusto mars. -
who want .

Better Leather Values,

Discharged Soldiers' Central
Authority.' -

S Government dis, '
Port- Spain, -..
73 .ll ,orch. ,918
T tIE D'schenrfd.,Sokle'v Caafln A& .oe .
ill rte.olbisdftemployer ofhlAtiA .
comtauruate in the. as1Mt i. tamn w t -.
umndersLcn-d when a. eed of Ml ,
Among di.hargied ariderpa of--O11 a '_ a
el',nf enn plot nKuJltepnt tf _- -''- ;:,,,," -em
WnrlIn, O en, Cer { Ce) :.':, -'
; -ariimak'ehr Aiazeiangt.-: ..... al ; r-'i:
SR T. ~ *' C ,tS
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S Embody all the Latest Styles and are notable for Perfect

Fit and Comfort We Illustrate a few of our lines, but j-

pe...s.a11 parad;st t', ~-r H,-f.,a

.. .. -6Tt,." 19'1 . .,-,
pThursilas. 4lh. 4 p.m.--CiaMFirlratSL t. Cl.a
Rifle range. 8 p m --Recruis drill.
Friday 5th, 4 30 p.m ---The Headquarater o-
panies will parade at te Drill I ll for
out-door d-ll -neaah eciapi -
Saturday 6th, 3 p.m,---Class firing at St. Clair
Rifle range.
N.C.O. for reeration loom dnt)..--ICe.-Copl.
F. W. URICH. Captain,
Adjutant 1st Bat. T.L I.V.
W ne'iday, 3rd Aprilf-Pbysical Drill 8.15
Friday Sthb---Company Drill (Compnl1-ory en
the avasnnah. "The BalittIion will
leire the DrIll Hall at 5 p.m. pactd-
ally. ,-

Chaguanas Police Court
Before Mr. C. P. Hoggins, S.M, .
Sergeant A. Parris charged a mdle ast'
Indian known as Lulchmuan froi Chin Chin
Road, with being faoun- in po-ssion o[ t. o
wheels.'a cart saddle, a breeching. and a pale of
henTstickn, on XVednesdai, Iich 2;i.
Mr Abdul Ghany appeared for the defend-
day, April 4, bail being fixed in 1710 with one
Jaeu Dingwell, an aged wad.arnr, pleaded
guilty to a charge brought by- R. C- N,.o-
assaulting and beating another on l wrta-in. at
The assault was occasioned to d ,l-.. d.
anus husband hacving oiv, o din g t whis-
pla nanl asone clothes to 1 dwash.
Shet was fined Sn. costs or seven days.
Ulysis Marynard eduitted having driven ia
Cart recklessly for which he was t ordered to
pay .1 and 4s. 4d. costs or 14 days.
A stale East Indian named Bacy was
brought up on two charges, outorldriving his
tcartturauly and the other for driving with-
tut a light.
In the first case defendant was orderly topay
Z with l 4s. 4d. costs or 14 das and the other
3s. with 4s. 44. costs or seven days.
R. C. Carter charged Kallick alias Sallirck,
a utle Iast Indyian with conveyiu. .a small
aV suspected to be stolen at Bank Village on
March 10.
Mr. Abdult Ghaay defended, but tht defend-
ant not having accounted satisfactorly as to
hits p-scsit,,awas convicted andaOrdered to
pay 62 with I0n, costs or 21 days.

Ilaunsul, a nale Fast Indian frein Carapi-
chia wase charged by Corporal Wallace of
Frcport rith maitning a hrule.
MrtL. V. T. Kelly defended.
Some evidence was taken when the charge
was reduced to cruelty, following upoa which
the matter was adjourned to Tuesday April 4.
Christopher Hurley was sent to prison for
four months' hard labour on two charges
brought by P. C. Phillips (1021), for the larceny
of $i 50 and 3s. respectively.
Della Francis was mulcted In a fine af 5s.
with 7s. costs or 7 days, for making use of
obscene language to Mbhel Wallace.
Two weeks were allowed Mlabel Th6vonaill
to pay 4 with.the alternative of sir weeks'
imprisonment, on a charge brought by Corpl.
Wallace for the larceny of a quantity of corn;
Ramdtass Gangs was fined n. and 5s. costs-,
or 7 days, for torturing a harse.

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The Senstional METRO Play in 6 lorrg parts

Featuring the Handsome Actor BUSH.MAN.-

Selling- Rum. "-"e'-: ;r; Pr en_'
dr e s, e ga-s J
Et'OS ) 2^n OR TWO MOSTElt n-enhnc guns kitag thin aii;b 'Mc igi- .
ob, -.rn nnao iv asstatC
r_'.5 -.. n ai oe. ;.ran- tr.e ur;, t ilt P.CLi" fl.a.:i.i: in lEt;, a th-.i-n-
orm n' i b ~the City lMagisrat e-: a ycerit engaged is a life-andd-eath ca'ggle ntha
war E'- a Mtrren apprrl oen a charxa Trs not a cTanTe .-s- of ri 2 n= iti
hioMb ha t hrm-tb t I..Fc-Cr>ra Lav- by' < -t -I := [U : >. E 6 :. 'Ok a ie
bert("tl., is).ofA-r x -y. d oaieu r '- of .r._:.':.. 1-,. "iU ,. ':
in: Q - mr -r io of 90 grand ruoning-cnis pranc." Ih- Tiri -
zs = -- for I the Prpot were, absolutely surprizt-l Trscnts etr,
Defet y. To- ,.,h.==t { -- *1-- ,c U .:-.: r L -W :tz r
w nt-- r e;.'-a-- c .... m- -ee1-.n T
.- -d~a:nr LbZ tL a. e ::
bn' d th e river i a : r : '
ca't d it-l o ;-- '- A -. t ho a the a = 2.e .
z, i-r i.- --- trrM M: IO Place Sro: ,J :.=e Turk: I- i -,t
: e Crossings ,m ns ..el.ed , --


The Trinhtad Guardti angot I"
"SIMiA WART Gt n.i R.
Tw, a,-f pE- .--eV

Additional Twelve words or teC 1. Ie if l rn
Three piece. Roa ui be dsad to E:1 aMs trom Wed-
Spence Vsd-vT. 3-d A -,il to Fridy. 2h April, 1918.
,r&5-3- bhe da=sia e.lw .- it may be rlbr. 'L
c-., -a-e.a *.st *-"- ,. .ARCHIBALD -BECLL,
.'r-_-,_'. '-_-^' =- ic- " ""- Dinea:r ni P 'i.ss Wort-"
...-i- C-lJrC2-.^'.L yI-.a-L.^ o. a.--.; .-.----= .S l -..h, 19-l
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Rescues from the "Florize." MANA3ER WANNrE
W- r.oecGZDE ST-ATE fat hbeAlthy
S! S Y` N F Feb 25. rF ^. -t D ,
- .ci -'\ Oljf t t d' n 3tt,, d= :-a- fy L-i a itt

: t'.. .. : NOT ICE
n..C--b It -d I- 3
-. t, i -. .. ,. t : i n i! Iy "o
n. PTh-nnml : w---n

c'- 2-- p net a .t ae isf ali. S
na. tl *.. --r : r L -,- a- D': epartment o- Adr-:cultu're
c-.==J v : i r e0 :i s1 a e -ls, w ho b 1
l E -oftI- c-2 1 he-
.. a MM -at. anl a ...i a CORN FOR PLANTING.
h.ldi.t l lhr In t-e !:re t .'- tc i-L t= l
L j n-n-rI c -g i ttr he --rf .i.. br". _in; LIM-ITED D v: --.' .; E';--.

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.w.-" .,. ie , c _____now ______ Ia-7- a-, -tret- i .-i .- .- ;. -
n c t. s t r a -'n -r--ree' th a t l h- ir" - .- t c.'r.de .r Lt clif-a -- =: =,, .: i. 3 bL- cL
a, t TM, a ,-C .h r',- at n-, E-.- e. ;
i oLgen Terrai s 70th B rthday, I, LL. z 31n..
t GREETI-7,rS AT 9 i '---'Lj.: Z 1 "rei

S iai-- -t m' i -.1 - _-, -1 '- Terr-r 'N O l C"E.

Cer .i .nthe . -i i -, :. r
B- l at or, i e n heeia et -i ".,. .. ,- Iu -- I. - --..- .'- I" .- r _, r K. i .

, N ,- :.:- T e r ry eTe ,.
c !n:i, :- ,': : nd the apple '.'
.. b- .; .. 3 1, -,1 I.2,:,p h, turh e 1 to leave the r,. ,L -.U_ -1,
SLo tul i t nas the a l - -a. -t 1
thea--: T1on ero-- -ag 1 -F 3::P Ir rjrn :3t 19
1.1; the =ded i 1yhrap e h .-
i m to an-d tidr lth :.? n

A midnight Ba! onet Fight. m -, Mn 1 .c.. o, t
Ro-yf P tho- S at the 2 rc.. r e du 1;:d1 Re*-,rm tcl,- -
THE CP OINC OF THlE AUJA ,reaths ; and they wte I.:!,. u e 6, :-e '".r 7 F ,- -
hand in hisnoveralls,tapt gi J -rl, a pograit!c 'a- . ,' "- ,- L nR, 'd : a
Brilliant Work By Territorials. girl, and the pianist t- R._ _a nure far I
In the night of I a c nmer 20-21 ScgtIish i all)hd flow sto ofer I :ni f l- r -m- -I 1' '
i r, c .rpri d the T rks, fro. Mr. Stoll. and r a f ru al i T-n
and ltr'e them from the neighbouito ofI aud ience kiseat MissTerr Tnl "', AaI---i-en- t,- TI -- --1.- r CRL--I F E: --r.r.,
L--e prfrA In the t, l.. Ina,; d ,patch Mr. -Eard shook hadI with I r ..- -- z i.,1'L h r I 7.!t fT IM I r1 .1 71 '^ f r, ',. ._ ,J .,
V "1 ,1.1 1 : ;e L h is i;- ,er a t , or r ri e r k ht: e M olli s s m a r c r i . ', r. t 3 L .j 'r . , ,. . i e io n .- . . 3 .
t vb r lhe hic h it w as the st -age togive t i T ": I- J t'

hand: chinccnTSaitn beel R; B-ca -d L
i l l c n. 7 rM r Croxton read :lr. .. en id.---n' an it l n l n -e ;n LLrtn it l'' ic r m n

in ir a n ighte ^rc n 2- Sc-ntt prih o cnl w sa i .' ...r hifhn nr in-enns : t o80IaT' a
ft herm. l ~lio~a hl te s t "', iDm i e D ,1r -.r. r -,.''- 1: I .i- -n i . ie _. r i i I '" ; I Vi U. S c.
rnln- .I ., A i +: ". ,-, o l e v tiied .h ,: r. g a i tit',, n. .h .nh i. ...i ih ILnn :: R' ,_r T917 cna-l a !o
thre- ttp r I- tirL.n f t1uao 1pad, .co urthe r dgh-r-n - FI N.)fta u-rII t I i -- - P---
IatilerA l.au.- a. AT'th! p hist t..,t II ic a iAt .esh toIn g ne-.' S ,.'',' '' J iIF rei '- '. Sd
T h e A I t e i t,, ii i, ani T en of c e rs in a d i i l L-"a t : r .P .-. ,-': i e
Iha l mile n f o -f -a o -rn r front entB ear tv a d re n ei a ;''a t .. I n
d a r n v in e t r ,1 ,, .t -e n to C Th, b t i k etpr e s s e d a h t l a t ..h -. - - ---.; o m oa . i n r -. 6a5 ao. ni

-r lviT-ln-.eultn hAnrnmnin-nntojncdf 1n Sat ray ni-lI cPO: L In I- ln.- on- lou,- I--n l hiP a- n I
are Ip, .- t.' I .icit eda to go oi.t Nhr. r : ,I= .r -B- ti- Hn e n trc Is- P a-. 0r,

o Crr ^ s --; r... I. ng l sh, s welco m e .' -I I r." 3r_ s. ."' r rh-ofi,-fr" ,:.'"; for weue-- l..ea
intIh- ic-an i.t ti ai ,t- VTppa The Therea is moreh cr-h-.t t ,,t-1nfr, Fre--ch,n- UrI I:u C , ,anIn Date 84
Turk, --;err er;"- I:]iih: area, ceremony. and. tere, c ; n Ira t,-is I-; a I .] C ife ---' -lrlb-,eti nder
d .t -n a hnn a fi r i nT in pe e r ,inhmd nonate oirst o n h
ai t r- e in a few S ent -. rirt.] ci Ore c of F, r and
-,lr Ir, pp- a jr I rt J I IIthe r U h,. spirit* a no a was. a g i e -I iIr -",Aher printinglsupplies v,,LCare
ai-ertagnile locality ,f u hfo nn hs npnnsndrx ca tisre.xlaii nied ie ., an ttI,'niun."
dethAndwidth. "ttd ed T 9 GUARDIAN to Twopencee per
alr nph --.ai..afor l a. le atthe v. i "Paddington P Tla -y. .
Trerecon ducted aiLh iaIt sducrclc-". A goaTWn l.i .od' nli.
deal l tria cr t --'qti-it-ndanl f r Aa O 'np r o-orn ernild-d"
fto r-.'i a ii- c a -t i h r a tlnnfateh et a g l l. 1r1rhnn t hu, 7f%_0
fut togetn aher in ai ti ce where en atrnn a I h eit-n 1ihEIilt:0 pr riceA Of THE TRN Da
---T i ii- -,.r Inn tin- gn rc-fl isen d nc-,nr - ": a dPdd g tto'n1Poaov1-per annum y. S .00
at ng t in eni bar-r i an d ft n r acth ai T.n atto a ol rgtladiens4 Li.... rn r, 4rhlads hi- m rn
uwaterav an t] n cutting pailhsthrogln thick o kig aftrr :li h A amnmIt l ,r.I.F Litn t'- L .i h- S 8.00
c ancn idgrsiin a hen ar k. funant plor b ar IA aibo n c n b toIl. 4tioL b I- L e,. li mc-
SAtslnii iner-logend the valevr and Athe At s-t V L n- iL-- -, ... at.- ,to k i -lP "-,mail increase of ten per
n p p m r a c ih . a th e h a c k n lo f. .he .Ajt n cdrr-C,-
aih u ral i nel n it emt-f hati aata: lai-nc iarra-a i_ _n-in n.--l,'.i.- -, raICS for monthly contracts after
slterwazln found iuunc in nmud i p to hii at- 1;oo -%,., , -,' ... lMarch 315Et.
ariut-re C ard aThe nnanlat |ract -nfzcIi I0-Ft.ku-11 !1.!.ri.-t. -Iim LIN.. r,,r,. "I.a.a ,r,3 The rates for ca ual adlc-ern-iew-'
,iI p u LLi-pithe .Sci I- s in- ,---i-'i ,, .[011..- x.ts n-ill be as under:
C,,V ,tl e. Lfue7.cF.nDo, Yoinsertion,. ,-,t-iI,'%e..%.
I o!Inn -lel n, lib III r d t ; rlhe cnin,-, .,t. a, d itl I:
ii clear. tr,-L em ainnt Lpinni, nl'ditog theVI Ie tPLd. 'TJ" Pl.a S ll I -ir'-- .la-" ,.im Per inch, single column
opeta' .an. te Tark-",s tn j r.icini-l h Ial -l i 3A : info-ir%-n1 ar rm ---111 it, n: ,ri n,l
tnreMlyDe, e in-i nm ,]in It t. - be M rnh-lJ.. ,n--m.ra t ;is -i g""-. r I.- .ithnli re- two insertions ... 0 C.
i n ly. 11.... tn,,i '.. ..11I 11 C . .. . . .s.-.n .....IL.'..C F"-r I i'It I n I" '. I ". .. P
b s.lbien-tIhdr I h -t n-i emI-r nci thanth,'single column
2tt it ae nas b hug la tn, fi t I ilind no r liua,. '44FII- : I n CGatnaSlT fi AoF: !Ira !!;t,rin life ont the iTln,-7- ,"tn.!A ItI. 31e..bt, e." i-I four insertions i 0-. S c.
The thin rc ", Inn_" g'-l ino It I nC t's- e|lie fN lnulfibh. .-A...-.. Pol)aviintie.ri-]I n a-ntm" ., nl en o lthe fnn'l Perinch, single coluosmnone -
sn-I. ,uitin Isis s itns"Itil t tale, I0f7 .inf: II Erzrs- tr-r-m_' r- pgn ol" The "lhan "- i' i-. h- %b. Is'-% Te-." he j -
,tnn .-l .... A Ih......... ... -I -I ..... I I,. I!. 5 I ol in i I-,. .,, : ,,-tc .....- .....I -': i... "-a i ~, C :. Perinch, single column two
U t a n a -- A aIi.a -1 'h5'"tlmI I I I i .I i l Iw e e k s . ..i. . $ 1 2 6
Natinnl-ni11 ,.. h -i hLlanJt,, + o. n% r.lU % ..; . rIn'lt. Irnrrn ininalt per sigle coumn
the r op.-In -rith at i 0-l inn rln rr.r15teMatter t nr. o, '. llTjjjl J-l hI1 1.' iL~n., lM 1 ol
n.n1Itnla m. I night .- 'sn. Tars P O. C I t,-.n: 'tn-i.. -iti,1-5 tad0penllae..
Whicn the brldi& 'i nf raft had beln-ta cnr-U. f t. IPama, r.C. II. Iea liyr. I1. C. Stnre. i-In-tht P.lsh Per i a acIhs Alie il P column one
soil sonlnd iiem i. tlln sal n-ni n.d r~arl',e m]f tiie, ,ith. eos, e. iasttmt' r ann:D- ;I nniw e, imil in- chth s .i.n ....gl1e65
alaws a i- toquiethe .11 thee nAll aI 'thnchl;fetiT. I r ,- M i, t 5A'h .ML tn, tOFF=coiuntaered in ht,- I.,es hsli an le, him nin
, stoppt,-- An the nisrri tl- sc tfals iha laid tinm niIfnn I C, u-, -i, Ihll t'Husband and wife Notices,$1.00
shi flt*. as i lth e h igh I le ni if ti me i ,a n hallaIrnJun C .I,.t: nrlh n aot f c r -i .- ,-.t rltn uo hr h.-wT'. e a c h
oattil.ialtehi a-rtaln guide- 'n-ir Thein T c-Ica r lPl. lMlrhide. ile Isle Sit I-- -I. nd li e milomum -for one week,
n-n ilnate wnt bmn ...........Gh praraua-IL a ca-I l Iin at. Ir additional week 50 cents.
loi att:tt fi c kin' t-ndtt . r .. that-ft fe-i-{ ...... '.... .....'.... t~ll Birlth, M marriages and Deaths, 84
laia, sa djfindie- ng it,. ld j t'in n-ea4overin -
column atf Ino s, c aMsh otans of fuar.s litIng l iu st.Dv C LnCs-n. ilr, -d in I fr,, ti' ,aa, t., : '..- ,"oi O-1-
clessgthem o u1nt the attlig n-alert nE-r.s oTaaoQSTA i l laky cet. Lean I liqt gaden wedding per lfineaver one incil.
merjisagthe ota ant tos .rS .. im Jane,1 q11.;,L ife 'irirneusnhim. He In rlecmorim Cards, 84 cents in-
Osn" acir an the uhatc ullsans played. teeS MI,. In. gh -I llaod aina lU n. W .0 Cny. i na-an a swetl lkninn eGar-a onthe -n- Efronts t at
-solgIn rea st a "2.017 1"djti l, a hnd one AnI rights He mraeas 'ne ,me hilf a clding oneverse of fourini,
rtnnn" = pesu pnsforsimln-t Ihot ase I -M. A. PEREZ, tloa fs; a ...... ,.ati .,ain he a, n tlihe additional lines- ID-ce ts per
ol n o llifhaha into change front three tits imsnc of "Etiller"n -nf "Crinutarth"mIn public
i in Lth Ial n ikackanoe of the sight tand s in 0 re': & Trns P. repdoo nae. I

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and Lionel RARIZ MORE OF STINGAREE in the-.



A METRO WoVnder Phy in fire parts.
From THE SPELL OF THE YUKON by, Robert W. Service.

CO,'I.\'G : Penn:ag:on's Choice (Bushman, Beverly Bayne and
James 4f fries.)


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Sea -cencz, .tad and grand. The story of
x0. m lo oave for,one woman, reeAing
the honest cood man, and the weakriers in
the other, ako the untold myatztr of a vwo-
r. maa's hecrL .

*^ MAT~riL 4.2:L UL [ i '(aCT ^ (BI

4 NI7.i ts ?e Sow:.
^ iiI i~B l5i(5- s PARTS)
1 ------ .. A rt>ry pathetic in
t itc tragedy.

VWill be introdu'c d rl t y
at :he screening i nCQ g
SThe- Manxman" a t e ask'
11 and will appear on t 1
the 14th. IU^V A photo-play that
earals with its
s CtraSnge mystery.

r Eclighten
S Thy augh.?-" ff Hercules.' -.
j otherr, protect your ePna a
girls by showing Send the Pacific .Exposition
them things better Children "' zi.
known than con- to the OiVl'gEtlOn, a Pre-
cealed. Matinee sent Djy Topic"

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