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IVERYTHING FOR CARNIVAL.
g WMM Grand Display NowOn.
J..M, D’ANDRADE
IIbal Estate Huokei:
SKBOCH&CO.
13 Ji'rctlcricK Street.
j®
CALEDONIAN HOUSE.
nom
STOCK-TAKIITQ- I’XlSrlSHIEX).
Many Lines in
Á-ZL.IL. IDEF^E.TlVlEIsrTS
TO HE CLEAltUD
Goodwills and 'Wilson Limited.
JUST RECEIVED
AND FOR SALE
VENEZUELAN COFFEE
-BIlYdlS 01'-
COCOi. NGTME3S, * KOLA NUTS ETC-
•TO, SOUTH QUAY-
FOR SALE
JQX WABBHOTT3B, ,
MOTE .I.UNKNBURU CODFISH
SiiSlliS
'•'5srSvC^»«”
341 BAOS
Fxlra I leaned and Husked URHÃœS MOLL.1
BOYD & CO.


m
TOTE ' VMWyitlf anrtt WEDNESDAY .fAOTAHY 12 Mta
t Hardware.
rWe *p«ciali*e in Hardware. Our Plane* and-Slaw» we
Import not merely because they are Plane* and Saw*
bat because they arc the BEST Plane* and Saw* to bo
- had for the money.
[ EVERYTHING f
BUILDERS & CONTRACTORS,
SHIPMASTERS, ETG., ET0-
WE ARE iHEADQUARTERS FOR THE
NEW AGRICULTURE
JARRETT’SCompoundRosinOilVA NISfl
IWVl.OU, Ull Kinus Ol /lUlUUUJ.lUUfUi
TOOLS, including
AGOSTINI’S PERFECT COCOA PICKERS,
And indeed everything used on an Estate.
MOTOR. GARAG:
ELECTRICAL.AND FINE MACHINE
OUR ERECIALITY.
Wo do what cannot ba dono anywhero olso in town.
Nickel and Silver Platii
MOTORS & MOTOR CAB WC
IS OUB PRINCIPAL LINE. AND IN THIS
WB HAVE NO COMPETITORS.
Cara kept in order by tbc month for a nominal sum. All
of Mio host. Wo IMPORT Care and Busses at all prices and ¿
POR. HIRE I
MOTOR LAUNCH “JOY
Most comfortable boat in the Gu
ARNOTT. LAMBIE & COMPANY,
IMI-A-IRIIIsriE SQUARE.
FOR SALE.
OATS. I
wmiessu or ret ml llvy
WELL SATISFIED.
s'-'“®í£2Ü&,
Lowest Prices.
f W. STEDMAN ARCHER.
ThE
PianO
WarehousE.
EC. STBOISTG,
Or. Con»t«n'« Nsr»« Pi:i«.
Salo this Day
.'¡IE 8T£A»í¡¡8MVAIlEll0tljl¡.
IlxSiiSlS^
..^,.;u.49 Bags Flour,
¡¿irSÍSSgaaws
‘ "
5S3fiífi7aí)lSN»Í?«i-A?WSa5.íw*“u’
ALEX. N. JOHN,
FOR SALE 1
tad laid üoa Sails
WINDOWS, DOORS, E1
Tito Euro Cough 1 ure
¡feSssStiS
fiiitiftiBiitfllDj foiposij
“SANCSCHAW”
AND “TRIUMI
BOTH FED ON
Molassine
Me


TB» POKT-ONCilK OiafTI WEDNESDAY JACTAKY- lg l»lfl
Masquerade Next Month1
THE BONANZA
Is fully Equipped now for the Fancy Dress Ball Seasoi
"WIEE IMLA-SEIS
PLAIN COLD- SATEENS
SMITH BROTHERS -A.JSriD
SPECIAL READY-TO-WEAR
Ilif;
EXTRA SPECIAL SPEED
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Pitá Pine Lnáer°“'i*
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PilSH 14HVJIS MiT TO UNO
Geo. R. Alston & Co.
smmMi '
INC:. -Ñ/iVv.i'-'-’'/’'-
SOLE AGENTS.
WHITE HOUSE HOTEL
NOTICE.
Davidson anil Todd,
STABLE • REQUISITES.
Hi'?*®#?.
¿KCi,'
1SS
KrwaTi*
CALEDONIAN irons
TAII.OHING- DKTARTMRn
i
High-class
Tailoring,
-BY-
A WEST ENO CUTTER-
COODWILLE & WILSOI
- LIMITED.
ho St. John's Vegetable Liver Pill
IB O H. _A_ IN' ID ' £
TKi: NON CHEMICAL
WALTERS QUEEN LAGER BEE!
ROYAL * EXTRA' STOU’I
¡‘Queon LAG3R & ‘Royal EXTRA
3 TRINIDAD BREWING CO,
0“' 20, SOUTH QUAY.
«MART UUVTW.
•W.C. EOSS&CO.
rsTitr.Ii'Tiil
?ás .vw“C.~.aBa.^sa
t-,r.
” ;'íír i "•*"*
[•¿r I E i
The Arcade.
. .r:-. n ~r.T
¿BALL SEABON
40, Marine Square,
l‘(JUCHASE
0 0 0 0 7^
AND OTHER PSODÃœCE.
LASCtLUS.DF MFñCADfl&Co.
POB MALE I


Iri'u. -Siter-oMfrAflt oilmt. Wednesday ¿AfrtjARy m.ule
The Best Coeds for the Piiee So Mailer what The PilctjT* ®®®ES ®ilT
WILL BE MY MOTTO FOR 1810.
I Will Offer Special Bargains Every Bay for
CALL .AND SEE;
THE THREE ANCHOR WATCHES
3 S' NICKEIi OB GILT.
o! and Tim al Play. '
â– w^-TEi?,3yr.^_isr *!*sj3s&iss
Tie Best Con-ls lor inn- Price No M.-.Uvr Wr.V. i:»c Price.
gpggj
Sire's^
Miüep’s
ANOTHER • SHIPMENT
OUR WELL-KNOWN
AND SADDLERY.
JXJST 'RECETVfflD.
RED MORTAR
MMÉ
, Michael.P. Maillard,
A Semi-Military
Saddle with Move-
able Pads for $12.
A COJO BKiOliOlON'
ÉpÉÉffi
WILL YOU PLEASE G
m. n, umnE saiw
a\ND SEE THE
INCOMPARABLE « DISP1
?- Jewellery! Pla
MILLERS
£;j:^Ts£ir£r2f|
FOR HIRE.
KOTOi LSiiSXH 'l&R'
tOWEST
the class of goo’
WHARTON &0
mZT: i. T,
'.VCWttK 'W? TheirCuslomers Gifts of Rich Va
LSS possible prig:
!


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Full Text
IVERYTHING FOR CARNIVAL.
g WMM Grand Display NowOn.
J..M, D’ANDRADE
IIbal Estate Huokei:
SKBOCH&CO.
13 Ji'rctlcricK Street.
j®
CALEDONIAN HOUSE.
nom
STOCK-TAKIITQ- I’XlSrlSHIEX).
Many Lines in
Á-ZL.IL. IDEF^E.TlVlEIsrTS
TO HE CLEAltUD
Goodwills and 'Wilson Limited.
JUST RECEIVED
AND FOR SALE
VENEZUELAN COFFEE
-BIlYdlS 01'-
COCOi. NGTME3S, * KOLA NUTS ETC-
•TO, SOUTH QUAY-
FOR SALE
JQX WABBHOTT3B, ,
MOTE .I.UNKNBURU CODFISH
SiiSlliS
'•'5srSvC^»«”
341 BAOS
Fxlra I leaned and Husked URHÃœS MOLL.1
BOYD & CO.

m
TOTE ' VMWyitlf anrtt WEDNESDAY .fAOTAHY 12 Mta
t Hardware.
rWe *p«ciali*e in Hardware. Our Plane* and-Slaw» we
Import not merely because they are Plane* and Saw*
bat because they arc the BEST Plane* and Saw* to bo
- had for the money.
[ EVERYTHING f
BUILDERS & CONTRACTORS,
SHIPMASTERS, ETG., ET0-
WE ARE iHEADQUARTERS FOR THE
NEW AGRICULTURE
JARRETT’SCompoundRosinOilVA NISfl
IWVl.OU, Ull Kinus Ol /lUlUUUJ.lUUfUi
TOOLS, including
AGOSTINI’S PERFECT COCOA PICKERS,
And indeed everything used on an Estate.
MOTOR. GARAG:
ELECTRICAL.AND FINE MACHINE
OUR ERECIALITY.
Wo do what cannot ba dono anywhero olso in town.
Nickel and Silver Platii
MOTORS & MOTOR CAB WC
IS OUB PRINCIPAL LINE. AND IN THIS
WB HAVE NO COMPETITORS.
Cara kept in order by tbc month for a nominal sum. All
of Mio host. Wo IMPORT Care and Busses at all prices and ¿
POR. HIRE I
MOTOR LAUNCH “JOY
Most comfortable boat in the Gu
ARNOTT. LAMBIE & COMPANY,
IMI-A-IRIIIsriE SQUARE.
FOR SALE.
OATS. I
wmiessu or ret ml llvy
WELL SATISFIED.
s'-'“®í£2Ü&,
Lowest Prices.
f W. STEDMAN ARCHER.
ThE
PianO
WarehousE.
EC. STBOISTG,
Or. Con»t«n'« Nsr»« Pi:i«.
Salo this Day
.'¡IE 8T£A»í¡¡8MVAIlEll0tljl¡.
IlxSiiSlS^
..^,.;u.49 Bags Flour,
¡¿irSÍSSgaaws
‘ "
5S3fiífi7aí)lSN»Í?«i-A?WSa5.íw*“u’
ALEX. N. JOHN,
FOR SALE 1
tad laid üoa Sails
WINDOWS, DOORS, E1
Tito Euro Cough 1 ure
¡feSssStiS
fiiitiftiBiitfllDj foiposij
“SANCSCHAW”
AND “TRIUMI
BOTH FED ON
Molassine
Me

TB» POKT-ONCilK OiafTI WEDNESDAY JACTAKY- lg l»lfl
Masquerade Next Month1
THE BONANZA
Is fully Equipped now for the Fancy Dress Ball Seasoi
"WIEE IMLA-SEIS
PLAIN COLD- SATEENS
SMITH BROTHERS -A.JSriD
SPECIAL READY-TO-WEAR
Ilif;
EXTRA SPECIAL SPEED
step-
V
â– 
n
mm&r
C _A_ EGO
Pitá Pine Lnáer°“'i*
‘ÍTHEKÚ1 from Mobil»,
The Trinidad Shipping &,Trading Co,, Ltd.
I CORN.
F. A. SKtF.it &
:rr
'asso. rsrs
*w :,..V -OR*
I’llOiA
8K
Mm
mm
- m
m
Wsfi- ~W:Z
§£?v§p
mm
mm
mKm\
mm
mm
3P
: •S5sáKfe?B


Ttnt rorrorsPAix oajttt. wedct9I]AY tav.'a:iy it ko
PilSH 14HVJIS MiT TO UNO
Geo. R. Alston & Co.
smmMi '
INC:. -Ñ/iVv.i'-'-’'/’'-
SOLE AGENTS.
WHITE HOUSE HOTEL
NOTICE.
Davidson anil Todd,
STABLE • REQUISITES.
Hi'?*®#?.
¿KCi,'
1SS
KrwaTi*
CALEDONIAN irons
TAII.OHING- DKTARTMRn
i
High-class
Tailoring,
-BY-
A WEST ENO CUTTER-
COODWILLE & WILSOI
- LIMITED.
ho St. John's Vegetable Liver Pill
IB O H. _A_ IN' ID ' £
TKi: NON CHEMICAL
WALTERS QUEEN LAGER BEE!
ROYAL * EXTRA' STOU’I
¡‘Queon LAG3R & ‘Royal EXTRA
3 TRINIDAD BREWING CO,
0“' 20, SOUTH QUAY.
«MART UUVTW.
•W.C. EOSS&CO.
rsTitr.Ii'Tiil
?ás .vw“C.~.aBa.^sa
t-,r.
” ;'íír i "•*"*
[•¿r I E i
The Arcade.
. .r:-. n ~r.T
¿BALL SEABON
40, Marine Square,
l‘(JUCHASE
0 0 0 0 7^
AND OTHER PSODÃœCE.
LASCtLUS.DF MFñCADfl&Co.
POB MALE I

Iri'u. -Siter-oMfrAflt oilmt. Wednesday ¿AfrtjARy m.ule
The Best Coeds for the Piiee So Mailer what The PilctjT* ®®®ES ®ilT
WILL BE MY MOTTO FOR 1810.
I Will Offer Special Bargains Every Bay for
CALL .AND SEE;
THE THREE ANCHOR WATCHES
3 S' NICKEIi OB GILT.
o! and Tim al Play. '
â– w^-TEi?,3yr.^_isr *!*sj3s&iss
Tie Best Con-ls lor inn- Price No M.-.Uvr Wr.V. i:»c Price.
gpggj
Sire's^
Miüep’s
ANOTHER • SHIPMENT
OUR WELL-KNOWN
AND SADDLERY.
JXJST 'RECETVfflD.
RED MORTAR
MMÉ
, Michael.P. Maillard,
A Semi-Military
Saddle with Move-
able Pads for $12.
A COJO BKiOliOlON'
ÉpÉÉffi
WILL YOU PLEASE G
m. n, umnE saiw
a\ND SEE THE
INCOMPARABLE « DISP1
?- Jewellery! Pla
MILLERS
£;j:^Ts£ir£r2f|
FOR HIRE.
KOTOi LSiiSXH 'l&R'
tOWEST
the class of goo’
WHARTON &0
mZT: i. T,
'.VCWttK 'W? TheirCuslomers Gifts of Rich Va
LSS possible prig:
!

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i The Reeent Xmas Bizzard.
A CHAPTER OF DISASTERS.
Particulars to hand yesterday ste











o
Palmer

was on
BS alee off Cape Henry}
towed into Charlestown by thes. 84

Marco, theschooner SJ Lindsay caugh

Cuban, Bohemian, Agenoria,
and Cellio were damaged
achonners Ada
and Matul Sewa

Chocolat Memer..

were wreck

which calle at this port, w:

rican 22 mi

aa
the steamer Ame:

FRESH ARRIVALS JUiT TO HAND
Geo. R. Alston & Co.

SOLE AGENTS. .

+

on the coast of Florida displaying sig



outward = vo four

got
her furnacee

where she ia now undergoing repairs,

It lagu
Chealis Capta
out of Fernandina harbour on Decetn-

of lumber was overtaken by Lhe series
of galea which wrought havoo off the

———

land. bince writing the abore we
learn that the Cheslie eafely at San
Fernandy with 812510 feet lumber
Sesigned to Messrs W. 8, Robertson

Me oat
~ he
a -

Woman Suffrage

AN ECHO FROM THE LOOAL
BENCH YESTEHDAY,

Mr, W, Blache-Fraser (pleading yes-
terday on behalf of a wife who _ehared
ber husband's wrong-doing):—The ten-
dency now-a-days fa that of humane
and ‘not « brutal administration of
justlee}

Mr. Justice Swan :—-The tendency is
that women wantto bo men 3 they
want as much mwouey as men: they
want the sane privileges as men, but
nut the same purishments men are
liable to (laughter)

Mr. Fraser t-—1 hope Your Honour
won't bring it to bear in this case f

Alr. Justice Swan : ~The tendency Is
to inate women omen” in every
sense of the wordt

Beet Sugar Production in
_ Europe,

Consul Joseph I. Brittain, of Prague,
reportsthat an ing)
International Statistical Bureau of
Sugar Manufacturers regarding the
roduction of beet sugar and sugar
taand the Pipduction of sugar in
the season of 100-10 in all the sugar.
roducing eountries of Europe brought
Tre following estimated result $

gener | renee tenn

WHITE HOUSE HOTEL.

SOOM OMTE OEM Y ROTM EMPTY TOI





ee
i,
k

Corner of Rroadwuy ani Murine} Square,
Under English Managomont,

THE COOLEST_PLACE IN THE CITY CENTRAL FOR BUSINESS
AND PLEASURE. 4

Vunequalied for ita Excellent (Cuisine,
ios

‘Spectal lerma%to’resident Doartlers,
bar “pee ™ Only the choicest Wines and Spirite stecked,

SID PUWLER—Manager.

NWoTICH.

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Port-o'-Spilo, Telatdad.--Deer. 28th—Im.




































OFFICIAL.
Factories [n Tone of
Me County. ‘Operation sugar
he Tobacco Merchants and Boyers of Black | county

* Austria-Hungary, . 222 1,177,000
Leaf Tob \fc0 ~| Germany "eee BB 1,048,000
' France . 25700200
Russia... 25 1,008,200
Belguin 7 28 yo
HE largest independent Manufacturers of Tabscenin the United 5! Menra iolland . 7 181.90

BUUKNER, DUNKERSON & Co, of Louuvi'te, K.Y., who make the fiarat ) SÂ¥ecen - - we
beand of BLACK LEAF Tobscco koown as * BLACK BNONCO," which tobacco | otal |. wed, 205 8,480,000

has been sold extensively in this Island, beg t state that they bare on band a fice uxorricat

atock of the very beat quslity of BLACK LEAF tobacco, which they are ina | penmark ... . owe. 7 58,500
postin t7 sell at tho moat reasonable prices, . Italy . . » 116,00
This firm is noy conaected with the Tubscen Trnat, (koown as the American | Spain. ... .. cane OO 83,300

Tobicco Company), and is absolately independent, and respectfully solicits some of } Switzerland .. rene l Ce
— oe = Total... .. se om a «OB 100,000
EUTOP Ee « sosneve D273 670,000
‘ Phe Eeloabes Planter, December 25th.
|) the CAlet Justice and Justices

9 (Before nn and Huesell. LLB.)

exday.

— FOR— Davis ¥ Cross.-MeL. Ee Siprent
1, t tice late on Saturday
ic Pee SCoyneel did mot think the
. * Attorney General had
, ofr he Attorne -General;--I did not
cena Sut te JwedZ. — ven.
: — know epiy tthe Chief Justice, Mr

Cipriani said thatthe appillant was
on ball He had not yet wot the notes
f evidence.
“The hearing waa adjourned for a
wSatLeY ¥ DANinL.—Mr W. Blache
Fraser for appellant {Pante) and the
lion. Edger Agistini K.O, Attorney
0

DANDY BRUSHES, 18c, 24c, 36c
CURRY COOMBS—20c,

BODY BRUSHES, 24c, 30¢., 480, 72c,

dent. thought that th ught to have been (laughter. . .
MANE COMBS—12 cents, Centr an ap at from the deci- one” fre ong if Me MeLeod 1 Most likely | Though removed to *
a SPOKE BRUSHES—48 cents, sion of Mr Erio Diack wood Wrigth, t Ar. Freer took up the point and the six dave had elapsed. th would not "
y ntencing f further su @ complaln v lend a
STABLE BROOMS—30c 36o", 48c., 2a, Fe ey ee a ihue bf £2. In de could not be for ope offence and Une ° my fearne pe

BLANKETS—WHITE & BROWN—30c, and 400}
FRANK = MILLERS HARNE

1 undergo six weeks imprison:
feo te hard glabour, on acharge of
belog found ja
" ies tobe kept forthe pu

es

*,

we of

that [behalf
othe evidence which wae taken as
read) seemed to be that upon execution
ofasearch warrant at the premlees
occupied by Daniel and appellant
with who he, bred a husband,
Sergeant ley fopnd nine pin
rune for which they were both call
upon to acoountfbefare the Maglatrate,

Mer Fraser id that procee ings ta
this case were taken under section 177
of the Liquor Licensing Oraiaance.
He submitted that ay pellant was act-
{ng under the conend ard coercion of
hee husband, and, therefore, could
not be proper nsicted with hia
The name on the search warrant tras
thate? the man, (in the polut gt
marriage” counsel referred Their
Moncirm td Tayicr on Evidence,
pr i809, and subinltted, under its
authority, that If persone tld to
g ther as maa and wife, it would be
£ eaumed that they were legally mar
gied, except in cases of bigaroy and
others iovolying setious peral conec-

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Saddle Paste

led

Saddle Soap
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enmenanoans 04
FEABK MOLLER CORPANY,

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White Tallow,
eS HOY

HARRIS'S DNUBBING—BLAOK ¢ BROWN—24o, 48¢,
HARRISS COMPOSITION—BLACK 4 BROWN—18 cen’
BURNISHINE 4 POTZ CREAM—100, 180, ‘

GENUINE NEATSFOOT OIL--18¢ YINT. ‘quences, Counsel seo pointed ont
ENGLISH HARNES LEATHEN fia ee neared stele
ARNE3S LÂ¥aT oo . , feted of ae

OREOLE BASIL SKINS, , se Minin, UAtter retersing tm
xe from” The Lawa of Rogland'

counsel subinitted that
hether the huy
ion that he



Halsbury,
the principle was w
band wae in sucha posits
could not bly covrce the wite
* Whether (t was a summary conviction
offence or an indictable offence he

The Arcade.

that, Sifteen echoonere with crews of
sixty were lost on the Newfoundland
coast during the bilzzard which raged
in the North Aantle towanis the and
f ber last. The schooner Davte
with a cargo of 4,022 tons coal
was lost with all handa on Decembe
Sth y the schooner Nettia CAampion
December 27th derelict

the steamer
tote Was disabled and had to be

flreandeank. The echdoner Susie J,
Phammer was passed derelitt 10 mites
W by 8 of Cape Flattery, The stoamers
Salatia
¥y, Da ‘Nant aket
enon, aniae

rd ed. The

as Antillian cf the Leyland Iine

by

les North
10 degrees East of Jupiter light house
nals “not under control.” The Italian
steamer Citta dt Messina on her
reat of
ly fractured and her
bollera damaged, She was compelled
to put in to Erie Basin dry docks N. ¥

thatthe British schooner
in Brown which ssiled
bes 22nd for Port-of-Spain with acargo

coast. of Cuba, Florida and Newfound-

fon of rum sue j-

7. ry

« UEE (PORT-OFSPAIN:-GAERTTE, WEDNESDAY JANUARY 12 110



au
Every day in samma:
tates iach arvced .,

‘Senn

‘wo



recelving stolen’ 1

te

direction of the Jud

actin

Q sup

rt
proposition that appellan

Fl other cases. fy Regina ¥? Gocher,

man aoda wife had a son who w
caught tendering a counterfeit edi
lie was taken home where coining I
plemente and counterfeit coins we
found. Nothing

husband but on

shortly after, The

Ld
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was convicted
In the present
all the presumptio

ASC,

there wasno tvidenceto rebut

»resumption 3 and

position altogether,

inthe Court below, butthe pri
point was not taken.

ton of marriage) of au offence unlee
her husband.

than her. Under the
common law there were a put

could not be convicted of
and abetting her husband

of the marital obligation,
was bound to be in her

felonies,
had taken an active part the
directed the jury to uit her.
was no offence in keer

man could keep any quantity be
hked on bis premises, but the offence
only carne in when he failed to
account satistactorily for possondon,
Itwasalso held by wy fudge that
“where stolen goods are’ found ina
manshouse and his wife in bis
presence wakesa statement «¢ toner
ating himand inecrimioating herscti.
it would seem that, with respect to
the admissilulity of this statement
inevidence, ft may be a questiop
whether the doctrine of a presumed
cocicinn duea not apply,”—and — the
jury returned a verdict of “not
gulty” The presumption there was
that any statement she might make
fo her husband's prerence was fin-
bued by thia doctrine of coercion, The
only evidence the Magistrate in this.
case could coma to the conclusion that

here

uiry made of the | appellant was assisting waa by astate } Jolnston’s brief, for defendants,

ment she made to the police; and
counsel sub uitted that that statement
was imbued by the doctrine of coer
cion, The-e wasa general rule that
awife waa not bound to discover a
husbands crime, but she was not pre-
vented by law from aldiog and a
ting evenin certain cases of felony
She would be deprit ed of protection if
she instigated the offence; and though
Table as an accessory before the fact in
a case of mutder, she was not after.
Therule of law that aj worman was
under the control
applied generally in all cases, even to
snwuary jurisdiction casca before a
magistrate, because a wife was no less
@ wife if she appeared in apolice cout
andeventhe Married Womens Act
did not remove the husband's protec.
tion. Itwae for the prosecution to
puteucha cave before the Cot as
would expressly negative any idea of
controlon the part of the husband.
The moment the circumstances were
such, adin thie case as would bring
about the inference that she was un-

derher busbands ¢ontiol she could_

claim his protection. What wite
wouldn't help her huaband to sell a
little somethteg illicitly | Mfehe didn’t
wish to, he wight compel her. She
would naturally yield being weaker;
and when toulle came whe would
even, sometinies,tahe the blame on
ber own shoulders tu protect far, In
many cases women are tore gallant
than wen! The Courta in Coglaod

for appellant (Cross) stated that ap- | made a difference between cases of objection tbat appellant did not w:

roperty and managewent, This case

sa case of property not managenient.

even got hie} Jo the case of the common gaming to

house, the quesfion was one of wan-
agement more than property and,
therefore, the wife would take a more
active part in the entertainment o
guests, Although other parties fouu:
assisting wight be amenable to the
law, a wife could not Le conpidered an
aider and abettor as that was her bome

4 she was under the control of her
busband there,

Afr Justice Swan pointed out that
no information had been laid and

conviction for another, Section 33 of
the Tiguor Licensing Ordinance pro-
vided Chat penalties under that ordl-
hance were recoverabla by summons,

Vite by retall, ehe not belog a licensed | while section 2yof the Summary Pro not thlnkthers was apy doubt about

cedure Ordinance required every cums
plaint to be ia writing.

he only

hy show od

The Attorney General sald
had a notice of appeal whic
ppellant was “not guilty”
euce cha 1 them was

that the a
of the off

of | nothing else on {t3 and all those points taxable within alx weeks.

subluitted by his friend were special

grounds of appeal into which they had

deviated without notice and unjusti-
flably #0, ik place tn thé
Cowt below they bad no evidence of
and there was nothing in the notice of
appeal Lo show anything of that sort.
The point-had been taken W his friend
astuthe application of a doctrine of
coercion, Le (the speaker) did not ad-
wit that appellant was a warred
woman bu «2 fer oF ihe cases quoted
exten ie nolbing to sa e
quite edinitted there wae’ auch » dus

trine tut he huinbly submitted thai

that doctrine only applied to cti-
taincases, Ib Stone's, dlet edition,

lid) it was lald down that a husband
anda wife migut be Jointly convicted
and punished Sur au offence puniabable
ander stunma 'y convictlon of whith
the bad been Jointly guilty Now, in
tating up tle position and io show 10
whatthal doc rup did not apply te
(the speaker) subniitted that this pro-
poution wouhd only apply to indictable
offences and not to sumiuary canes as
were bullt up by statute and bad no
velationste Undktments. That Court
hud uo jurludiction over liquor tloensing
casey oxoept on appeal, and auch cavou

ee
briltted that the principle applied. » were only table by magistrates, All
te marie’ felontes and mledemeanoure were triae

charger
jolatly with husbande with larceny or) tations, but & case was an Indictable
case | offence by reason of bein

ofrecelving. ae the athorited Tould a
show, the fur had ulttedd on the

was | to absolute felonies «and inthe case
i under the control and coercion | of Rex v Price, with reepect

of ber husband, tuunsel cited Regina v | tleular point twhether this doctrine of
Goober (3) 00,0,, v. 4, 2iZand cena ee

Was foubd on the] it extended (in the books) to common
the wife who came in| gaming houses and_ brothels; and he
was first acquit-{ (the speaker) also added tu those two,
ted, and then [the judge directed the | euch things
jury td release the wonan av eha was { band to sell Ii
under the contro] of thé hnaband, He
debe was acquilted,

» Pursued counsel,
ab pelntedto the fact | to cases of summary jurisdiction, evids
the Daniels weré man and wife and
that | woman r=" told
fit was very hkely
he Magistrate omitted to regard that | Daniel, ¢
Just the matter | and the doctrine of coercion not apply-
ofcoercion wasurged by the sullcito

No magistrate [that the woman (he did not know
could convict a woman (in respect of ] whether she was the wife or not of the
whom there waathe legal presump-

It werecominitted in the absence of | offence waa created by statute triable
Por ifthe happened to be
4 cripple or bed-tidden or weaker
general | friend had missed the point altugetber,

ber of caseashowing that o wifeafauda wile could be jointly trieland
aiding [ convicted.

unless
it were shown that she acted without
hiscontrel, That doctrine was part ed and the wifo always acc
wife
husband's | that notice of the spec!
house, and if she assisted him, that | appea'
did not make het lose hia protection.
To soine cases, a wife was butind to | thereof given byt
assist a hushand even {to the extent [ respondent. He thought the
ofalding and abetting him in certain
Ina case wherea wife had

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He by magistrates tp to cortatn Te!

a felony or
fedemeanour, Archbold pointed
oulthatup to « certain data, as far
back aa 1837, that doctrince extended

of
ate
to the par. BN

4

coercion extended fo other offences,

a, the Sergraut who wastrying the case
ae} consulted with other judges, and (b
iu. | Wasonly after that consultation that
n- | they allowed the proposition to extend
re {to mledemesnours. And then one saw

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deat : Jj

as awife assisting a bus-
yor, because she waa
Probably, one of the greater sharets in
he profits, Aseuming, however, that
the doctrine uf cvercion could appl

ah

e * §
enco such as tho man telling the
ou #0" showed
tincipal offender was Rore
appellant. That being vo,

that the

i

{rg to cases of that class, what was
Thero before the Court but the fact



erson With when sbe Ilved) was sell-
s {ing tiquor [a a place for which an
by inagistrates only !

ir, Lraser in reply said that bis

Th

question waa whether « husband .

e

All the cases on tho

point ahowed that where both were

jointly (ried the busband was convict
jilted.

The Chief Justice anid, the law said,
fal grounds of
ito be pleaded must be fncluded
in the notice of appeal or due notice

e appellant to the
as





After
tho
Holidays

point taken by appellant's counsel
should form the subjoct of a special
fround of appeal, It was no use hav-
ng saws unless they were strictly ad-
hered to, .

Aly. Justice Russell ald, it was with-
ta his tecollectlon that when that anat-
tex-came up before the representative
of the Crown was asked whether the
Crown Intended aatrict observance of
that principle and he replied in the
negative.

Mr. Justice Swan raid, if a judge saw
anmetbing manifestly wrong on the
proceedings be should put that wrong
‘Fane &) that justice be done to all par-

eR,

The Chief Justice sald, he would be
the first tolake an objection biuiself
topreventa miscarriage of justice ;
Lut he thought that point a apeclal
ground of appeal. *

Eventually, judgment was reserved,

Prowney v Brown & onas Mr @
CG. Deane for Plowden, and Mr. W.
Blache Wilson holding Mr. Gaston

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This was acusontated by the City
Magistrate fu a suit to recover sick re-
lef from the tiustees of the Tere Lodge
of Odd Fellows,

The Chief Justice ;—Yen gif itis not

properl before the Court |

he hearing was adjourned to the |
first court in February,
=, FLYNN v AFFUONt—The Attoiney
Geueral for Finn (appellant), and t
Mr. ©, J. McLeod for Affoon,

This was an appeal from the decision
of Me. J. 1A. Varfon, 8.5.P lof Arima
dinuiasing Supt Sergean Flynn‘s
complaint agalnut Atfoon for keeping
& common gaming house at Queen
Bireet, Arima, on Saturday Nov. 6

Mr. Mo Leod took the prellmin



ite
in aix days, noratall, enterinto a
recogaizance with surety or sureties

prosecute the appeal, “Counsel did
not find the recognizance {fo the origi-
nal proceedings before the cout, and
in the copy supplied blm bythe Clerk
of the Peace there was no such docus
ment Counsel referred Tbeir Hon-
ours to section 127 of Ordinance f, also
section 12),

Tbe Chief Justice :—What do you
say about it, Mr Attorney ?

Tha Attorney Generalt=—That $s
what I have fost heard from my
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{ At Jast the old dyvafn’of mankind
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During the centurica quite a number [the lifting gas bag was created, | Wright sustained several serious

of designs were made and published. | Already on October 8rd, 1006, the | damages, while his youn companion

bat ‘did not approach the solution of | brothers succeeded in flying 25 miles | lost hie life, After hie recovery

the al problem. Early in the} in 3S minutes thipe seconds They | Orville Welght went ta France to

nineties the news however apread that } continued their tjels on the prairie | assist his brother in the construction

’ a German engineer, Otto Lilienthal of | near Dayton, about one mile wide and | ofthe machines and after achieving

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loneer of aviation fell during a flight | than ale machine” and at 4 4 badly epohen of in thelr own country

+ from a height of only & feet, his fly- | equal to that of afasttrain. it Je ia] were oversbadowed with honours,

itg machine having Loppled over and | fact ane of the advantages of thia new? Their own town Dayton had prepared

shot to earth. Lihenthal was picked | tmeansof conveyance that far greater {a rpecial festival reception, and every-
fron beneath the ruins with a broken | s scan bo obtained than for in- { where their countfy fellows sought

spine and died a few minutes after | slance with an airebip inake goud what they had done unte

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voon prevailed; the catastrophe of | had been kept reciet by the newapaper
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fn the British Navy, sinclair Pilehte | which of course were ableto tly fora
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tave Chanute, who succeeded incatry- [| could not distinguish between an
. fog out several suctessful flights after | airebip carried by. o gas-bag and
the example of Litenthal, aud greaUy Pan “heavier than air” flying
improved the original apparatus, IMs | machineand were therefore unable to
Tells were Wilbur and Orville | understand the great importance of
Wright. The two brothers already | the latter. Serfous accusations were
commence their experiments i | yaised against the brothers Wilbur and
1000 | gliding through the au | urvillo Wright; everywhere = theii
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were their flights and they were] Wright. At last in 10U8 Orville Weight
neither spared many falls, They were | fn Ainerica and bis brother Wilbuc in
however at all Umea extreincly for |] France aud later fo Italy proved that

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EAST INDIAN
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ARSAULT—George Gooding summon.
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t . complafnanta employ as a domestic | 13 jaaviere& & bears et demie da soir, dant —09.
be. - pervant th without 1840 pafier jot Ja liste th ttanase Alaris, v6e6 ‘able —- 4 e ’ MA RINE SQUA R
ing the evidence th wld namorible; oi id .
‘ the Maglutrate fined defendant 2s and rédlay Coradias Dicasoby vice rardent M. W. GOODING.
: edie y Or Barcourk, sccréiaire 146 0 i m
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—or— . for} aseont Hun and Mr Nanco or the J Biged 1 VICTOR RARCOURT, e beg to offer to our ustod
ni of, Bih—lw,
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“Mootoo «a wife, and then had a fl
with Muotoodurlng whieb he recoiled
acutin hisforchead. The Nagistrate
thought Jtassoul had originated the
fightand Sned hia a pound or four.
wen daya in jail Movtoo wae fined

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The Pett-of-Spain Gazette.

. PORT-OF SPAIN
WEDNESDAY, 127ru JANY, 1910.

CANADIAN RECIPROCITY.

To the Editor the Port-of-Spain
Gasette.

Sir,—Ia your lasue of 6th Instant, {aa
letter sigaed Leoa Bernstein criticiving
the portion of s epecch of Mie Neville
Lubbork’a relatiog to Canadian Re
ciprocity, and quoting extracts from it.
I veatarato think it would have beeo
falrer to bave given the whole portion of
thet epecch acd I now ask you todo 8.

Aoy One reading it carefully will see,
Lthink, that Sir Neville is quite in
touch with the true position of affairs,
and looks at matters from every possi
ble polat of view, Thie Comprry is
[oterested fa Cacto and Cocosnats
(and ialncreasing the area [a both) as
well ¢s wcger, 90 baa to take an all poand
poiot of view. Canads is growls. I

aite recogalse, ss does Bit ervitle

ubbeck that tbe anestion i ' ee
ciprocity wit pads muel
fate entetally od wbaiber it be adepted
or not shooid depeed on whether
the adventeges oatbelance tho dis-
advantages,

“Some wonths ago,” he sald, “a
Royal Commission wae appointed to
report, i the Government, 4 8, the
pousitility o referen
inents being clpe to between Bre
Went Todies aod ara nine

uestion appears
dimple. ie articles which Canada
takesand which the West Indies ran
supply are sugar, cacao, fruit and
papbalt, There are other minor
articles, but those are the wain ones,
On the pther hand, the articles which
Canada can supply and which are
laracly counumned tn dhe, West Indies

te lumber, four an whic!
now ae? derived from the United









States, which ulght, and under a
preferential arrangement undoubtedly
would, be derived from Canada,
Canada could give a preferential duty
ta cocoa, but inssmuch as the con:
surwption of cacao in Uanada {son}
A one tbe West Indies, byl.
production ©. @ West In obvi-
ph nou preferential duty in Canada
trould ralwws the price of cacao appre-
clably, 16 would inerely rulee it that
infinitesiiual fraction which would
make Canada consume West Todian
eacao {y preference to other cacao.
But It would bave an fodirect ad-
yantage to both Vepada and the West
Indies, Inesuiuch as the more trade
bere {a between the two countries the
etter feslikety to be the steamer
accommodation, and It is quite evident
that, Ht the trede between Canada’
apd the West Indies is largely {n-
¢ improved steawer accomny»
dation Ja ove of the tint blogs that
will bave to be provided. With re-

would not put any more money, ap.
preciably, [nto the pockets “of ‘those
who produce them, But the case of
sugar is quite different. The con-
sumption in Canada Is approximately
saue to the whole production of the
West Indies, the Whole of which
is vot available for Canada. A con-
siderable proportion of it comes
ty’ this country} Lonsequen( ly. ita
ference were given West In-
ian eugar, andif that preference were
confined to. West Indian sugar, it
would be of great advantage the
sugar industry of the West [ndics. *
“At tha present moment we are re
ceiving from: Canada a nominal ; refer.
ence of Sper cent. in ditty, but that
reference is of practically no use atall,
¢ has the effect of attracting a cettain
amount of West Indian sugar to Cana-
da, but it does not raise the price of
sugar, becauae, in addition to the West
Indian sugar, which Is prefercutially
treated, there are 40.000 tons af foreign
sugar also. preferentially treated. Con-
uently the total amount of prefer
ential sugar ayailable for Canada ia
largely in excess of what she can con-
sume, Theeffect isthat thé competi-
tion between the sellera who are
favoured is quite snficient to keep the
pice down tothe outside price; plus
he merest fraction, to tempt them to
oto Canada. Now, ifthe West In-
ies are te give up sane of their duties
on lumber. flour, and fish to favour
Canada, it Is quite obvious, J think,
that they ought notto be eatlsfled
with what one may call a mere bogus
preference. Before they consent to
give up their duties on thesa articles,
which would be s very great boon to
Canada, they ought to Insist that the
prefertntial treatment of West Indian
sugarehould be real, aod [ think that
would be obtained If the preference
were limited te Weet Indian sugar.
might even gofurther, and say if it
were Hmited to sugar coming from
a0 rion” of the empire, Gengra-
phically, we are situated in a ion
mnuch wore favourable, yelatiyely to
Canada, than any other part of the
British Empire, eo that if it were Ifinl-
ted to the British Empire it would
ractically apply to the West Indies,
n Jamaica there in considerable fear
that, in the first place, asthe bulk o}
thelr trade is with the United btates
theytnight be penalised bythe United
States if they nade any arrangement
of this kipd with Canada, and there-
ore they are ayerse to dy so; and

9 the second pl. hey are rather
tteatt that if They io Dot uae ay
atrangement with Canada, and the

other colonies do, Cansda might peur
allaathem. J consider that both those
fearsare quite unfoundal, I feel very
confident that the United States
would never dream of penalising one
colony~one portion of the Lritivh
Empire~because she had favoured
terme with another portion, 1 have
been twice to Washington myrelf in
connection with making treatics on
behalf of the West Indias, aod on
both those occasiops, although differs
ent parties were in power, they st
once volunteered the statement that
they would never dreain of acking
anything that the West Indies were
nol ta be free to give to any otber por
tion of the Empire, Nor do I believe
that 5 Uritie Goyerninedt would
agree to any arrangemen ng ome
ta between the West Jalon and ‘ana:
da Jo which one portlon of the West
Indies would be, penalised,”

LT am afraid th'sletterand ex(rict of
Bir Nevillv’s speech oa this rubject will
take a» geod des! of epece, bat a0 the
matter isof public laterest I think I
need make no apology,

I sm, dear Bie,
Yours faithfully
H.E Muanay.

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are now showing men's * Velvet Grip”
garters {nu assorted self-culours, at 12.
per pair.

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fPeesLYDE: ‘The 1M, 8. “Clyde” is

day, !%th January, and will leave the
sane day for New Youk, via Puerto
Colombia, — Cartagena, Colon and
Jamacia, taking Ist class passengers
only, catgo and mails.

The tender will leave the Lighthouse
Jelty, Queen's Wharf, atl p.m, with
pasengers for the “Ottona.”

Passengers ate specially notified
that a baggage lighter lo be despatc b-
ed to the Outward Mai will leave the
dt Vincent Jetty at 10 an. on the day
ufsatling, and passengers are therefore
requested to see that their bagg«go is
rent dowe Lefore that hour,

SHAMES The RALS, Thames” is

due here frou New York via Ja-
main Colon, Carthagera and Pto
Colombia on Sunday i January,
and will teave the neat day for dsouth-
ainpton, ve Barbados and Cherbourg,
taking passengers, Catge and joauls,

"the tender will leave the Lighthouse
jetty. Queen's Wharf, at 1 join wih
Jrasnen gers for (he “Lhames.

Passengers ave specially notified that
a baggage bghter to‘be despatched to
the Tlothew aid Mall will leave the St.
Vincent Jetty at 10 aun, on the day of
sailing. aud passengers are theretore
requested to see that theic baggage is
gent dawn before that hour

ILE. The WMH Nile” iy due

here frum Nouthampton, — via
Cherbourg and Hathados on Wedoes-
day 2nd February. and will leave jthe
same day for New York. via Pro,
Cotoubia Carlagena, Colon and
Jamaica, taking Ist, and 2nd, class
passengers, cargo and pails

The tender will leave Uhe Lighthouse
Jetty, Queens wharf, at Ppan, with
passengers for the * Nile.”

First clasa passengers are epecially
notified that a baggage lighter to be
despatched to the Outwant Mail
Steamer will leave the St Vincent
Jetty at l0a.m. on the day of sailing,
and passengers are therefore request-
ed Woseo that their baggage tn sent
down before that bour

It is compulaoty for 2nd clase
baggage to ba furnugated® and 2nd
class [amengers are notified that a
spectal lighter gill leave the St Vin-
tent Jetty at Mam on Wednesday 2nd
February to take thelr baggage to the
Barge for fumigation.

4 due here from New York, via Ja»
maica, Colon, Catlagena and Po,
Colombia om Sunday 6th February,
and will leave the next day for South-
ampton, via Barbados and Che: bourg
taking passepersg, cargo and mails

The tender will legve the Lighthouse
Jetty, Queen’e Whact at 1 pan, with
passengers for Lhe * Clyde,”

Pas ngoye are specially notlited that
a baggage Lighter ta be despatched to
the Homeward Mall will leave the St.
Vincent Jelty atlU a.m, on the day of
sailing, and pasengers are therfore
requested tu wre that their baggage ts
sent down before that hour,

. London Direct Line

° of Steamers,
New Corontas, Compare

Lip Agents,
CTATIA—The as. “Stalla” Ja due
oY bere from London via Barbados
and Grenada an or about January 12th
1010 proceeding afters ards to Demerara
taking cargo, pamengera, and walls
SAL SABAO.-Tbe is. * Sargasso”
> will sail on or about Pildsy,
Januay ith, taking cargo for
Javre, London, Continental Vorts

and Grecoah



Gleayow Direct Line

Se. A. af Stesmers,
‘ TeIDaD PUTPPING AFD
: Travina Ce Lp.
NOWN-OF-GRANADA - The ss.
* Crown-ofdiranada” of the Glas-
gow Divect Line is due here faoin Glas
KOW vias Martinique and Harbados on
or shout the Ith last. [receding
afternande to Dy merara teblog carge
pawwigen and mazle,
drinsdad Lone of
Steamers,
TamiOap Bur pine ane
Tesolsa CO.—AdauTs
GAhcie os “Hata” of the
a Ntutdad Line willleave for New
Youk oa the 12th January and is due
there 21st peuuery.
AN AUAS ~‘1he ws, © Maracas" of
Mo the trgidad “Line wit lave
New York on the 6th January and fa
due hero 16th January,


































\

New York on Monday the 17th January
1410, leaving same day for Patamaribe
taking ear

on Monday the 3lst Jaguar:
will leave saine day direc!
You taking cargo, passengers and
qnalls,

hi:

the 2rd January and will proceed
afterwards to Demerara, Surinam and
Cayenne, taking passengers nails and
cargo.

MARTINIQUE The Trench Mail
SM Steamer“ Martiniqna" Is due
here from Venezuelan pote or or
about the 26th January and will pro-
ceed afters ards to Martinique, Guade-
loupe, Scvutander, Hordeaux and
Havre taking passengers, ails and
vargo.

dienst
Tus Rovat Pere Mai

AGENTE,
RINS WILLEM WE’ ~The Dutch
Maid Steamer © Pre Willem TL?

- ; ein afait

is due bere from Ameterdai via Para
maribo and Demerara on or about the
lith January 1010
wanlsy to Carupana, Canina, Guanta,
Ta Guayra, Puctto Sabella, Curacao,
Jacmrl, Aux Cayoy, Port au Princes
and New Youk taking cargo, passen-
germ anid onails,

roceeding after.

pRins MAURITS - The Dutc Mail
dteamer “Thins Maurits is due

here from Venezuelan pats on ar
about (he 2nd Jaauary
ing afterwards to Paramatibo, Haveo,
and Ampterdam taking cargo, pacen-
Bersand mails

1810 proteed-

pains FREDERIK HENORIK, ~
The 8S. "Prius Fredeak Men

dik is due here from Arustentam via
Paramaribo and Dene tava on or about
the Sit January 1010, yu oecedin
tet wards to Carupano, Camana, Cuan
ta, La Guayta,
can,
Prince and New York taking cargo,
Passengers aud mails,

ii:

af-

Puetto Cable, Curae

acmel, Aux Cayes, Port au

Koninkligke Weat In-
dischs Matliienst.
New York—Paramaribo
Service,
Tus Rovat Durcit WaiL—AGents
AROWIINE.~The as, “ Maro
wijne” is due here dhect from

yy Paxnenyers, and tails,
SURINAME, —The au. *Surinaiie”

& fa due from Paramaribo on Monday
the 13th January 1910, and will leave
same day direct from New York tak-
log cargo,

Payengers and malls,
wt OWJINE, ~~ The as. *Maro-
wijne” is dne bark here from

Paramaribo via Barbados on Tuesday
the 3th January 1010, and will leave
sane day diect for New York taklug
cary .
& R
*% ca” Is duehere from Now York on
Monday the 3lst January 1020, aud will
Jeave same day for Paramaiibo taking
cargo, passengers and malls

axon zere and malls,
MACCA,—The os, “Saramac-

VOPPENAMK, + The ae, “© Coppe
J name” ve due here fron: Paramaribo
1010, and
for New

ony

a Velue Nuviga-

zione Tlalana

Vapor,

Tus New Cotontal Company.
Linitep, AGENTS .

WTA OI TORINO, ~ The se.

“Citta dl Torino” fa due here

fron: Genoa via Marseliles, Barcelona
apd Tenerife on or ebout 37th Janu-
aly 1010 proceeding afterwards to La
Guayra
nijia, Pt. Usnon and Colon,
care,
steamer Will take cargo fur Mediter

to, Cabello, Curacao, Save

taking
Posengere and mails. This

ranean porta.

Soper rma re rmenannnan maine
she Bust Anatic Line

of Meamers
Gra, K. ALatoy & Ca,

AGENTS

NT TILOMAS.- Thess. “st Thomas’
isdue hery from Lhemerara on ov
about the Lal January 1010, and will
leave the next day for KL Vincent,
Re. Tania, Dondaica, St. Thouwas
Havee. London, and Contiveotal Patsy,

lakJog cargu, pamengere and mall

Frederick Leylan
M6 eee.
Tus New CoLosiat Cor

Limitso Acsuta,

AYPANIAN Tue aa Albanian ’
fe dua here from Haverpoul via
Barbados on of about Tuesday 2th}
January 101) proceeding afterwards ta
La Gusyis, Pio, Cabello, Ourecao,
aod Cartbagena taking cargo, passen-
pertand jaails,

wroundnuta, 2) bags yams, 14° be,
potatoes, 10 boxea & a4, 3 f bom ‘
pumpkins, 20 bris vegetatles and 2
passengers.

Kixe Epwarp Vi, Brit steam launch,
Leryn, 8 tons, 4 brs, Cristobal Colon
—ballast and 5 passengers.

Gracie, Dutch echnr, Haasell, 48 ton:
2 days liarbados—25 pigs, 7 goate, Z
sheep, 2cows, acd t ‘calf, gu! bags
provimons, 1 bag yams, 200 bags

white lime, 37 boxes provisions, &

erates fowls and 33 en,
Jan Te Bere

Vicrory, Brit sloop, Clowden, 13 ton
2lay 9, St Vincent—5 pigs, 3 goata,
sheep, 65 haga potatoes, Shaes yams,
Ww bags tanias, 1 cask yams, 35 pum
kins, 15 bris starch, 3 pots towls, 219 *
boxe provisions and 13° passens

fers.

Sian or Tie SEA, Amer Sinstd ohn
Clark; HS tons 4 days, Demerara-~
sty (a ri Brighton 7th inst)—~
qe ew Tdad Lake Abphalt

nye ‘

SsnamMacca, Dutch stmr, Van der
Est, 210L tons, 16 lira, Rarbadog

cargo in transit and 10 passengere—=

ane, Royal Dutch Mail Fr
AUVQLATAL Venes_ 8 Figueroa,
% tous, I day, Crista 1 Coton
Roate, Ji bags corn, 4,000 plantalna,
(4) coconut plants, 4,000 coconuts,
_ 39 bagu coces and 6 passengers.
Esriva, :Venez sloop, Quijada, 30
_ tone, F day, Oarriaquite - ballast.
Citrate, Brit Smasted — schooner,
Brown, 26 tons -10 days Fernandina
Florida, 312,510 feet lumber (arrivedt

San Fernando 8th inst)<-To W,
Roberteon & Oo, Inge Wits

DEPARTURES
Mth

no Nw

Veon A rGerman steamer Jk is r

. ns, St Thomas, om
Tdad cocoa, 30 cases bitters, 143
logs cedar, Bi empty linders, 5
hides, 1 bale balata, venes
cocoa and the following cargo trans +
shipped ex Delta 3,700 hides, 5 casca
horns and 621 bales balats, - By Paul
H. Behoercer & Co.

InviAte Venez schnr Velasquez, 40
tous, Cano Colorado, sundry pkge
mnidee and 9 ngers.

MAGDALRNAI—Drit str Tri 3,000
tons, Latbados, 511 bags T’ cocoa,
4 bags cocoa waste, 427 bags Tad
sept cases Aogostura bitters,
3 bunches bananas, 00 crates
bananas, 71 bris oranges, 0 pee sune
dcies, & pkge preascrves, 14 bales,
‘Tobago cotton, 600 tons bunker coal

oe am oblate crate mdr.

we

and 310 bales balata, 27 cases feather
2 cance gold, 3 cases plants, aud 3
cases pide * UZ passengers-
‘ {Left 1th iustant) :
EstuxLtai~Venes sloop Garcia 8 ton
Margarita, sundry pkgs mdse,
~ see

Closing of Malls,

Maile for Grenada, St Vincent and 4
New York by the *Ssba" wil be %
slosed 2 Wednesday the youn ot

o'cloc! bi. prec! lewepaper
and Regis Mating clowe et 230 Me ,

Mails for Paramarito by the Pris
AVillem Twill be closed on Toursday
the 13th at 12 o'clock p.m precisely. 5
Registration closes at too am

Malle for Guanoco by the * Viklgg* 2
will becloecd on Thunday the
{Instant at 13 o'clock isely. ‘
tration closes at 11.00 an. ; 4

Malls for New York by the 2 Busts
name" will be closed on Monda 1
Sith at o'clock pn, pracisely, * we
pepec and = Iitegistration ‘close

m0,

Bm,

Malle for Paramaribo by the ¥
* Marowljne” will be clowed on Mon: /g
day the I7that 3 p'clock p.m. preciess “
ly. Heglatration closes at 230 p im. y
Mauls for Carupano, Cumana, Quasta,
La (Quays, Vuerto Cabelin, Curacon {9
and Port-au-Prioce by the Prine WR. “3
lem BIL svill ba cl on Monday bhe, 14
Mth at 2o'clock pum Hegutreton 4
closev at 2 pm.













5



ANTS.

"Lalog’s Aut Extoral wood, /
re success by the of

evec fails te maha a complete clagp
$) conte per ‘ceases
“The 5 ““@
Biceet, Puet-ol-Spete. a







et

“ge ~ ~\ THE. PO.” )PSPAIN .G
“CARRIAGE



GITTENS.

and SHOEING WORKS

| TRADE RELATIONSO

\
— BETWEEN —~













i No. 25, TRAGARETEH ROAD, .
SO "PHONE—NO. 459, .
soon RUREER Canada and theWest Indies,
Res - t
wea STAMPS. | .
1, 7 Meeaewworretsle ]) Oat sizes acd descriptions sre now ‘mavulsctared
RPMRIOBeA on the premises by surnue!
eC wo, rx. t
} Tha 77, Queen ftreet. Yx Apamsoy Prinrentz. COUN CLL CHA BET oto,
a HE eb olned extract from « Memorandum
prepared neder the Instructious of
~ tho Royal Commlai ted 4 f the
IF YOU ARE ENGAGED [ipctisctn wma nsitiet betes Gatatacy Be ioe etic eb
\ei oF genet: oformation,
It fe requeated thet persons dealrous of affordiog’Information to the local
Ifyou contemplasa being engaged, or if you know anybody Coumalttee, of of siring eztdence belore tbe Royal Commission, mill boas good “
who is opgaged, you should not torget say forme of . witht te revary, who bas been lostructed to furnish the nece
UA, TAITT,
‘ -. DEEL =E' wo ss, 3 FRBDERICK STBREY. Secretary, Canadian Trade Committee,
Pap

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aoe
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wa
he

7

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7p

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bis ® of a locomotive flash

the best of service.



Non’t order from a catalogue waich shows a ‘picture ot a Diamond the
Tight and only get a more flittle twinkle,
Monsey refunded if quality is not as guarantoed.;

SEE WHAT





THE STANDARD HOTEL

(OPPOSITE RAILWAY STATION.) .

—_ . witnerses,
epns {4.) The Governor should lovite 1 esoctati such as commercial
Rostau rant, Cafo, Billiards, | a0. egricalt ral societies, whleb, io bit opluin, ted anv toformetion of the vataa to
. the Cyrmuission, to prepare a statement on ths lines indicated ia Form A, and to
Board & Lodging Dumidale Oae of more Fepresentatives so preseat is tothe Commiselos, As the ime

can vowte had at $25 MONTHLY for RESIDENT BOARDERS.
Call early, only » few vacancies,

. JOAQ.



GET ON THE WINNING SIDE!

MIE winolng nde of the Choculata question i not the one that makes the
most profit for you-- but the one that wins the confidence of yor Cus
omers and tbe Pubic = You can perbaps show a hitle more profit in tie firal subs
Of an infenor beand, but it will never iaspire a customer's in you es LUCIEN'S
ocx, The superlative quality aod usiformiy of
GTwucten's Ghoocotate

creates such a favourable opinion of your Chocglate-=Judgmeps that 2 Custome:
naturady concindes that you are» gocd judge © quality > other hoes aswell as
Chocolate and you get ther ccnttdence and all their trade. —To be got frou ail
Grovers and bopkeesers throughout the Island ani whole ale from
GBYVOIEN 2c ao,

Choc slate & Coron Manutacturers, 1, Charlot.o Street.
Travelfing Reprenentative—MLNRY Bo GIRYUX.

eX, ES bi LE

q

PuONE No, 59
—





Smith, Roberisin & Co,|Sate at Ai

" OFFER FOR BALI
ie 23.8, “Hrails bite
100 Barrela CEMENT“ Petere.’,

Ex Recont Arsivals

1Caeo Finest HAVANA CIGARS
1 Case BRAZILIAN CIGARS.

AND EX STORE.
BT. RAPHAEL WINE,
SULPHURIC ACID—in Drums of

b te,
CAUTIEN BRANDY —all sizen
OLROMARGARINE—Uakdale No 1

—all sizer,
FIRE BRICKB—“Garecube."
WHISKY —Vineat Scotch +
HARNESS — Best Loodon made!
Cocoa Bags.
OULENDOIRE?F'S COCOA MANURE

5, Chacon Street,
18th August, 1909

“Auction Sale

om AT

{HE -AVCTION MART, NO, 17
BROADWAY,

ON FRIDAY, Mu LJANY, 1910,
AGL xn.
PeAyourep whb fortruetions the oa.

dersianed will sollon Friday, 16th
January 201008 the Auction Mart

200 SELECTED RARE ROSE PLANTS
alco—Dabliss, Tobe Rosce, and Fiuit
Lins showing names of Roses on ap, ll-
@athone GEO, A. GENT,
Anctloner, eta,

Torwe—Carh,
Dental Notice.

—

AZ begs to aoully his powerons

es eates that be he Jeiucned to the

y from Margarite, and cas be found

at bigok! stand No, 69 Abescromby Street.
Deor, thle,

CONTINENTAL

INSURANCE COY.

{AXA EIS YP)

Risks on Merchandiso,
SPECIE, ETC,
ACOOEIr TET.
SCHIOLSETH & HOLLER
a lech 0-30, AGENTS,

i

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ee





“4

MEMORANDUM prepared under the Iostractions of the Ocmmissiorerr, indicat-
fog in advance the points on which they desire information, acd the state-
mente mbich they request may be prepared fn anticipation of their risit to

a Wes es,

YOU BUY.

(2) UNOFFICIAL EVIDENCE,

Tho Commissioners will be much obliged if the Goversor will make publicly known
the directioa of thole enquises, eg fodicated ia the Commission and the letter of
{patractions, acd will sissy themis the selection of anituble witnesses from amongst
persone willing to give evidence,

Tab‘e uf questions have been pregared.—(A) for public bodied 5 (7) for individual





which the Commisaton can allos to each Osiony is necessarily limited, it le very desirable
that scch representatives should be fay aathoreed to epeck on behelf of as many
iaveres sas pussible, The preliminary statement of apubdlie body mag therefore be sot
outwiyrester Jeng bh thaa that of an Ibdividaal witcess, and sboald, if possible, have
been clrewated to the members of the society and formally adopted by resolution or
ouhorwiss,

The statement sbonid be forwarded ia daplicate to some Kpecified officer acine days
before the! ommiston je dae,

(B) Inducudual Wetneeses, Phe Governor abou'd give public notica that per-
eons lauiog «0 sppese b fore toe Commission should apply atan early date to some
syxch dulhcial, Where each persone or membere of any 3 ciety which proposes to be
Te pte ented before tbe Vommissio , they should bs urged to aseoctate themselves with
the ober meusbere ratber then to appear independently, If, howeve*, ia the opinion
ol the Goveraor any applicact can give informatica of value to the Comaiesion, he
ebvuld bs supplicd with Herm 2, acd reqalcet to prepare # a'atement on the lines
icdics edin Chat form, aad forward isin daplicate to the specified officer some days
bene tue Coniat stun ie das weitia the Vo eny,

GEN: RAL,

Where pasible, ove co y of each atetement prepared by any witness sboald be
posted uy she Guvernvr to reach the Secretary of the Commission at some point vimted
pri: lu Che artival of the Vomimeeionere fu tbe Colony 3 detat’s of the itinerary of the
(ciumiesiorers Wil be farcieh.d as oun ae posite, The other ooples should be
rutalucd uutil the arrival of the Comal-atoners.

davald is b¢ tuuad that the diffica ties of transport or lack of time prevent the
Comnissivuece from bo'dspg « formal sutivg io any Colony or Presidency, tbey will be
touch obliged if the cthtal statements, aod any atatements farnisaed ty pablic Lodice
or priva © pilesns, misy bs forwarded to them s& the nearest eunveniens port, or ta
Lotden, lo euch cares, the Commimioners wilt endeavour to make arrangowenls to
hear wateeess fcuin such places at sume central port, sach as Barbados, if appitcacion ia
made to ibew sod time permite,

This iac'udes

RIBEIRO—Proprietor,







at Auction

FOR

WEDNESDAY, l2ru JAN, 1910,
—AaT—
NO, 14 ST VINCENT srrext, |

~—_—— Ue

NDEI instractions recetvod from the
Urittesvie “ite Coamendunt of Loe! CANADA-WEST INDIES ROYAL COMMISSION.
Furces, the uodersigued will offer for aa'é a .
the followiog 1

Capes, bridles reies, girths, bleycle ‘Y
tyres, bel’s and lampe, tlosof blaching, : ° :
SO5tbs ompty brass caroridge cases, space, (lur the wee of Lublio Bodles, auch aa Agricullural and Consmerckel Soctetics.)
vigualling lanp and*svodiier, as will | o
D

Uvlony of

1, Nawe of society,
2 Naneasénd occopations of sepreeente
tives appeariog before the Kozel

wonn «A. ‘

— ee ae





apyeare ‘
nd for otber ioterests -
2 Cave containing Tron becetead, mucror,
+2 palrs boots, umbrells, hangiog,
lamp, eto. .

Sale atl ¥&. rr,

Terae—trictly Cah,
VY, J. SCOTT & BON,

13, Does the lash anewer apply generally,
or only to certain commodities, or





certain pe
prwtleuler localities 3

(4. Are you in favour of s preference belng

om He
3, Las the wut jeos of trade relatloas wit!
gr on imports from Canada, ao

O.n.ds seen cotsidered by your

ety ? 69, on what articies do you covalder
. Govt. Auctioneers, 4 Hae ee formal sesolution been ad- that auch @ preference should be
No. 12 &t Vincent Street, upteut given, and ad Later tate?

4th Jany 1910,

REVOLVER STOUT

FRESH SuIPMEN,

' (It 80, ple ab aitach a copy }
5, Whad ere the chief exporta of the
] Co’ovy to Canads?
G. Are there any otbee articles for which
ou think @ marge could be found
ta Cauda? Horo, what is needed
io order to secure cnet
7. Havo exporte to Canada ~ generally or
ia remyact of uny apecial article—ias
creased or decsemsed within recent
joaret
8B To wha do you aitribute the charge?
9 What ae the chef fmpore from
Cavadat



15, Te the Canediaan steamer rerrice astls-

16. If not, io what respect islt defective,
and bow could it be improved f
17. How do the rates compare with those



nome etemples.

18, Arethe mesnsof telegraphic comma-
ulcat! on satisfactory?

Lo, If not, ia what respect arg they de'ect-
fve, sod how could they be im-

proved!

2, Are the existing banking facilities

edeqaate? If not, in what wa

coud they be Improved, hiving

cene years? special segerd to the trede betwees
Canada and the Colony ?

21, Can you suggest soytbioz likely to

ev gach

Glasgow Steamor

10, lee thera—generall
acy epecial article=beea 3 notice
able iLoreweor decrease within re-

o¢ in reupect of



oh ee yegerda jsoporta of ex”

| WEDNESDAY JANUARY 14 1014






aeons, or to gouda ‘from fof Concentrated

vid New York? If pousidle, give | Mxteace.

hepa a. INSURE .

RM.S.P. Rs

GET YUUR .











TOILET PAPER Hert Sailings to Earepe FIRE RISKS oa all a
. : e pertica acceps
4, | Io fat packages and rola TPAMES o~ wae gens oth The i thR tif hg
‘At © andl 1 Cemte,|ORTONA MT Fety, ties ARO HOUT DITUSR ¢
NILE ty ws om March 7 2
~AT TAQUB o. se sowe Mare Zles | dle VUaall g
° CN. SS Aaak | __O ag
on) = ox =n
Rawlins’s Drog Store}gagko =: Saat | ae
49 PARK STREET. Next age for Pte. Hla} avus "ds at Sis
mel PARK SI Salli : Selon
Garthapena, Colon, Jamaica & *Soteaes coe SG
NOTICE. Ken Yors. : Joval hovenue for yong

£4,
hereby warned The atroog position held wy

t
UR PUBLIC a rey weno

thabthe Co'onlal Bao “ORTONA”™ we

we

vs 1b ysay.



tONDLE” se cee ee BD , foothis the centennial of3
Fr 42182 of 23rd December laa rites Eee BL NILE” will boke'iot os Zed sias | ment, sbuuld appeal to,

Verhens Port-of-Spal sits bees | sto Pere nery cares, and eaeilen eb Clase pase desire Sato Ingurance, ;
sf nal brani i

tv bavitg NTENN ANTS! AUENCY, | tengere daly, cargo and salle, CLAIMS PROMPTLY. |
Sao Fernando, itst ds Becond Claas Passengers and bole Agents for Fir pl

INO ne wl benesee landed aud exsbatked fre ihe trinidad eins \

ar:

FOR REAT AT BELMONT. | cfchaan at tne pot by tbe Comjary 00., Lid g
IPULAT newly bull cotta ial Ci] Regular vervico of argo steamers from Onn
Wesnehs pear reoety Lees Cardlf abd Ulaagow, | MARINE INSURANCE,

, al llery, Stabling acd Carrlszo = ilver
ilcete ae well saths ans! cat houres For Inter-Colonial Service Poa, by a
particalare please apply to MAX REIMER ° 4
& 10 Caarlotte Sureet—Jany, 8—1m, The Company's Intercolonial Steamers THE oc 4

‘ ar Barbados ong alternative Tues:
10, ~
MONEY vs ay Demesara, returning via Gre MARINE INSURANGE
nada acd Bt. Vincent, OF Toms
DVANCED fa small or large sume 08 (2) Grenada, 8t. Vincent, St, Lacis
aasy dertus on Jewellery, Deminica, Monteerrat, Antigas 7
TRINIDAD LOAN CO., Nevia acd Bt, Kitts, returoing CAPITAL ws ww 3
23 Frederick Street to Barbados vie Antigua, Mont | RESERVE 2 on 3
CARGO will be booked tivoagh by | 4 TH
rong’ gente: —
the ‘Uonepany’s steamers to all ports | PING & Oe TREN
‘—THE= called at,

ont dy9 rat oe are, conveyed 8 * odors i

Trinidad Rlecuric Co. destibtion in sry town in the United NOTICE
pgdom. - ~

-—— ME38*. 2 LUCIANT.

BiAmaited, PERMITS for steam tender for friead: foforsn thé public thet

_ to ace passengors off 2/6 each, which can | hoid the maslres reeponsible
be obtamned on the tender, contracted fo thelr name

® order elyned by Mr D. Lo

MARINE SQuAaxtx | soy. 8 bly.

Port-of-Spasn:

Alexander Decle, Jur.

DENTIST
Dr. J, Baloh C

aecad ate Ouilege of



8, D, HARDING seca ate Outioge ot I
Manager 66, MARINE SQUARE eB ae at

ar No, 6 sackville 8
Polloe Haad Usartere

‘To Country Pa
Nirs A. Chor
EGS to ansoucce that

3rd, 1910 she w1'l be fa ]
tebe a nomber of «

HALF YEARLY SALE, Hext door to the Ice House,

Graduated Watchmaker, Importer
of High-Clase Goods sold at
very low prices,

LU work entrusted to me for clean

ing or dying from Ist January
1909 to 30th June, 1909, if not redeemed
oo or before Ob January, 1910, will be
acid to defry expenses. Likewise all
Hate takea over from Mr, Cebalo of
Frederick Street will be aold (witbout



















eNguan. Freoch and Americas Floe
Jewelery, Solid Gold and S.lver
Diamonds pet Preciogs sioaee, Clieke



th the 9b J 1910, if | Watcher, Optics! Good: hid Sal Boa MDs
ant leingd before suid dates” * Plated wares sia stew t+ Bold Silver especlally children stiead
R, J. 3. CLAMENS, indosnces ot the Teme
Tigided Dye Works A Fino ard Complete Assortment | maces? .
roer of Duxe aod George Streets b Icalars to
Teepucde 18 ‘ always on hand, For ai dat vince
pfcld pistols Rolled and Gold sed Bi
° tches and jewe re
Watcher, Ciccka aud Jewellery repatred Wifo Notk

FOR SALE.

by competent workmen ut reseonatle
prloes,
All work guaiauteed to give satisfaction,

T beg fo notify the publia tt ‘
bold myself rerponsivie for

Customers tested { z debts, ovatrackd by my
CUTER cata, ESUATEs taste toa hep, oad ataee | cevclnesaemlet [a
aa iieos to euis cl 10/12/09, one Fem At EDWARD CU

—_— ~ : No. 314.
" HIS fog, property fonuistleg of about 330 Woodbrovk, January ba

aS acres

excellent fastura and splendid water supply, is

situaled om the radway Loe two miles from

Chaguanas siation,

In 3909 tbe crop pride Seventy bogsheads

me Juice as well as

‘distilled ime ou, aad @ supply of green brug

for tha Améncan Canadian, and English mar.
kets during the Season,

On the estate are Manager's dwelling, Bar-
racks {oa Ibe main road) oud amey comptete
factory erected under sy, isloa of
Mr Bert de la Marre, #11 Th peifect orden ‘ate

Fiat Jastilis Raat Goelam,

—y-—
iy these dsya of Tarlf reforms, and other
‘ steeleres, when in the end the wouk- (Gud Medast ind de
ing man paye the on i
8 pay piper, the Manager of le Deates Laage, &
ae

LA' PETITE GLACIERE| ag xeodexrié

eta Dieabment

t sepeals not only to hie na \°

re Eatats 6 improving every year. and with | ere bub tbe public gevesally, acd eeperialiy

the Cemag rapid poe jue and green Simes | those who love to wake their dollar go fas>

opportuuty tovinvertors, §" *#e*PtCOL T cheat. Tadeed It behaves them to visit hia
Eeablishmeut, before going ehewhere for

appiog factliues cooust cf « railway siding
Christmas Supplies.

DENTIST
Dr H. W. LY

i

All tranches of Up to-date B
Practiced oa modern principles
Ke3— PHONE 38.—Nov 13b—j

Ice Hoi

nt

aoda main road, both on ibe estate,
Part of purchase aiovey could remalo on

For further pasticulars aod terms apply to
Osr 10,12 and 14 Yeara OLD RUM,

T, GEDDES. GRANT, hove already mate Lbeir mark with HAS REOE|V#
now whet Good Hom
9 BROADWAY, le, Wecater for the mid
Jany let.~—1ov. * Piknow bis wanta., Ale) oder ted we A LARGE ASS OR
“Wifo Noticg” N ~- ask for, we make it a Specialty in our 4
Wifo otico, Trade to give the Biggest Value for the 4
— neat pomsible mosey, aud challenge any oF £
Ue P abla is hereby caatloned agataet | Competitor fo say the contrary, ;
tne giv oR bay credit bo my wile, Emily —
heehee Our x ain \XMAS GOE

DANIEL LEWIS,

fa B fo please allcue Ca
Bt James, and vest, to i away se to ns
ea, 15th—-Ia,

constant sod regalar patronyge, VALUE OF y

parte x
P= Nore pit addiiooal » ace le re Jed for a3 anewer separ: igoatnrs be need NOTICE, rect eetite Glariera $5 HA ME
a t ereqau iw a
Appreciated by all claseos, trom Ue pumter of the question being ‘qucced where. > “ty parete mbonie may be pees Pri ae aid maya Porat bets ‘Ed ucational x
highest to the ' womnils . soy ciel contracted by my bubeed |aeese ANNA DEECH ° SURPASSES ALL OTH
SOLD IN BARRELS 7 tos, PINT? . : MARIE PUGARITE, patty toamenes feet chan q

and 4 0s QUABTS, sach



CANADA-WES?T

*.

INDIES ROYAL COMMISSION,
Every bottle has cork pS ,
branded, pe
AND CAPSULE EVUBOSSED,
Bea that you get the genuine article
YOK BALE YI

RUST TROWERIOG! & G0



(For the nee of Indlaldual Wonesses.)
| .

of



Colooy ot

1. Nema end occupation of witness,

% la what rupect are you interveted is
trade with Cassada?

3 Whatvartiiles do you
port ic m Cacsde

‘4 Con yu uivesome siea of tha volume

the business‘you do with Canada?

8. Do you copsdes the Canadian stzamer
vervice patislactory f ‘
au poly bas are ita celects, aod how
could it be improved?

10, Are the moans of telegraphic com:

musication satiofeotory

bot, what sre the defects, and how,

could the service be improved 1

pies to, or im-
Lt



‘ Soll by every Dealer throwgacas UL Cau you sneigu. any reason for the
weColony wm we om chat ge
12, Can you state approximately the prd+
WARKANT ED. furucny of imports from sed exe] , impove your trade with Cansda,
pre ww Canade which pass through
PURE, wited Bates ports?
Mmolemomaa
AND Xmwigporrmtizg Uy

pue Undersigned who bus bad tonellers.
{









CRONEY &&

Mth Veer, 1909, c
PaMPHYLtAN HCH

ube has started a Private Schcol

Villege, Sau Joan, where hele prerered

bo give the advantagen nf ber log experi.

nce as * Ces fsated Teachers .
‘rents may depend upon « °

fetlon being imparted io children ee

Bethe 101026,
FOR SALE.

NESLOOP**xe84
S c Ge STERN arn



Gist a.” now laying off the to ber care, B87, Dulce
acne Yassin Seth Acs sopgeeg | parities, UBOPESE ‘1h TANUA
. * eane
bargale. s MRe, EA, bkecuath? ° REPARESS Hoys lor i

A (Prelia,
Crilege o¢ business drs
writes: Dear Me Alexis, ny pos O
Woodford House School in Eog'
allow me té thank you for pou tp
which betped bin to hi che let
exaroinaton, Dr, Lelmonte writes,
Alexis, Fam highly satisded with
which my 100 mace vader yo
sonlon, and strongly recommend yo
parents eager irq tbe wellase of thet
Serres of ciber testimovials 20 b

Folesa Villaze.

ence Villa ge.
PRIVATE SCHOOL,

we tal
As See ition

Pply to
1 A, BODY,
¢,1/10~2-", rict Court,

etree eter,

EDUCATIONAL,

(a @ general coarse wh'ch will lnclade,

Musto, Vaintiog, Noedlewors, Engtiad,

ble teaching experience ia Scotlend, | Freach,

m 5 Whatriute do you ‘geaqatiy use, aod | 12. Here you say suzgeation to citer fog Will open a sebool Spruish, Lovie, Mathemetioe an . 5
Chacon Bt—Televhona 190 ye thelmprorament of trade betneon JANAry. DETE SEN. 77 types bee sabjwete under the dlcectioa of com: | Crete shel tee FHS, tbe bey
nema —r—menennnee |G. Te your Lustaesa with Canada Incresalng? the Coloay and Canada, altar ag Soulevard, where Eogith and ‘otner HUTS PHOIINED I Terms 9 dollar carethly,
Ars Denny Diox 1 Cam you gifer any eaplanation of the regards baporte or exports, subjecte wil be teaght, The term Ao eed FOR COLLEGE, PATRICK E AL
. - c Iccreash or deciease? : fies month are $1 for advonced papils crommudation sHerid tor @ auaiteth
ATELY arrived trum New York where x ate Signature ord $2 lor children. A seperate class for Dumber of Boarders, ° . Jan srdeaw
she bes. bad practical experience ef | 4. NOTE — s'be anenore ebcald be brief, bet on preeite as posicle, Atteotlon sboald chip carving will aleoy be conducted, Pa. SCHOOL OPENS 17th dANUA’ . RT OY FPaim OAst
a aah Ribeas te be form her town to cvery Loporte on which the witnees desires tp tender evidence; ‘eple desirous of waking arrangements RY 1910 | “Typ toxr or Fram Garstre
tsleads and the patie thatebe bas ectab. | Dutthe details may be recerved for the verbal exemlsative, +0 call frou the Lot of Jouusry, Torws cod cirea! op} berhed deliy ty J. aoe
Hebed ot No 2a Nevolk BL. Helncos, Nore + If additional apace be required for aby saswor separate sheets may be wrod | EUGENIE. UANSTOR to fof No, 132 York te ot Ne
Caz stops Lefote tbe house. 0th Jaa.ola, | the autos of ibe qaecliow being quoted therece, ’ MES. B, A, CALVERT, mR NSTON, coat Buseet, Fort-of Byala, Te!
- 7 Docs, bo. loth Dents 93 Edward Stress, where commusications, ad?



Cto., will be seceved.
a GY

Mbt 9. &.
Mot

a 7?
shOF-BPA

| Hardware. —

Sere specialise in Hardware. Our Planes and Saws we
impert not merely because they are Planes and Saws
‘but because they are the BEST Planes and Saws to be

~ had for the money.

We Stock EVERYTHING for

| BUILDERS & CONTRACTORS, | *

SHIPMASTERS, ETO., ETC.

* We sell HARDWARE at PRICES which other Houses
cannot meet...

WE ARE ‘HEADQUARTERS FOR THE

NEW AGRICULTURE

AND TO THIS WE DEVOTE GREAT ATTENTION,
WE ARE SOLE PROPRIETORS {OF PROFESSOR.

BARRETT Compound Rosin OVA NISH

FOR -COCOA. TRIES.

have. the finest BLUK STONE in town, we stock DEMING
INSECTICIDES, KRESO, all kinds of AGRICULTURAL
TOOLS, iucluding

AGOSTINI’S PERFECT COCOA PICKERS,
And indeed everything used on an Estate.

#



Pa

ait



a

We ,
SPRAYELS,





DT AR TIN i

Royal Dutch Mail. |

aaeSSSaESeEeEee eee

“FOR SALE,

$000 BAGS OATS,

WHOLESALE OR RETAIL

AT

Lowest Prices.|::

—BY—
has
a
.| Or.
nd

We STEDMAN ARGHER, ete

ware and a rie eral machinery. But
our fruit, & service ad

BURINAM IANANA CROP CHIEF SUPTORT
or FLOCHIEING TRADE WITH
ue

The Jonrnal of U Commerce and Ci Com
mercial Dulletin of the 3d {notable
contains & portrait gallery © of { notabl
shipping agents, amon;
notics Mr. Brogman
known in Trintiat as the New York j
Manager of the Hoyal Dutch Wer
india Mail. The paper makes the
following referenca to the aforemen-
toned Compan

bcearcely any
able y

al ear to report
ee feon N
a
the headquarters at a
[ine {rut shi line, which matataln 2



Manager,











Dear Sir,—~I oy
ment of my matured
able, the amount beis.

Tine has a more favour-

=

kindly

panenger business,” sald Its
New. Yor manager, H. Reugman, Je,
“is devcloplag with the e advent of the
four gteamens ad to our fieet last
year. The heaviest Ainerican tourist
ravel in the West Indies |s expected

0,
this month and circumstances in the Proven prone ekt

eee: Sth aie.



ere
is fe the best rs remed
Bervoas, des







Price 3/8 as













GUITARS, Apply to
FLUETR

. Jaing’s White Pine Uo (ecek
¢esnat bod «fee Ficus, yostarle
io wipe gad atule, Juab vee ‘Thilling
Conghbub te tule a gu

Er. STRONG,

#1, PREVERICK BTREET—PBONE dit,



.



WEDNESDAY JSANUARY 12 Joly,

ARNOTT. LAMEIE & COMPAN a

WELL

get whom
ae hae sell Ag ALLINGU AM Bs ance Co, of Caoads,
6 Abercromby Btrest, Port- of-Bpain

hondred miles away roa your Head Office, secondly —for the ve

rom an investment stad pain hi

ots $553.70 oa & $1,000, 20 year Se

amount considering the low premiam I have paid, aod [ have no doubt that if the
a Fall Eodowmeot, Iebould have realized much more,

me] eel PY, entufaction Tawa

best wise! for the success

the 30 this Company bes been doing bueiness wi Teloldad ith
cthe PREMIER PROFIT PAYING COMPA “

BRAGE UP YOUR NERVE WITH |
Constan’s Nerve Pills.

aod want + procure he power with which to repst them—Teke

ALEX.

he. santo ea nD ate atte oop for Pav's Poarmney, Delooeh, and ob THE FAVOURITE PEAR ppoe'
W. PianO Er Que toone kind a half wallion Dusebee, | en Tlouge MACY—oppon'te Wash
arenous eam ARLE
NEO’ —-GooDps Sale thi FOR SALE | Oppo oriunity Offered ee Lv
vor Sale this Day | second hand Iron Rails | gets! se seat h ww
. ' TUE STEAMERS WAREMOUSE. Auda GAT. sforedendimtuvay fortin awa veut ci | 66
1] he CARNIVAL SEASON, pryoune te fowsactiour reoeived | WINDOWS, DOORS, ETC, Par ceca se ANCSGHAW 3
MANDOLINE CELLOS tee sedersigeed wit ws areata” se iy of Waters "Ualee, Carepicelane,
Guimne 5 canton ETES, wagons 40 Bags Flour, | eine Grate Plante, patatspelae ee A N D 66 T RI U Ma
BANJOS, = VIOLIN CASES, cendneed Ur fecy ad ati vamp gronee a NOTICE.
, Z GUITAR Casi, Bnle at O30 | TE PUBLIC bs bereby otis
TAMBOURINE = MANUOLINE Cases, “rerma Hi tte Wanted for Breeding Parposes is Soe eee ss BOTH FED ON
+ , ‘, oe Nee ro withoos
New Strings—Best (oality. Double Length. |: - Ne tt Vincente sctlooeerm petty Bet tree daa ee ehlave da GARCIA PERMUY, .
HEAR THE LATEST WALTZE2—Lergo Seloction ence | Charlotte birecds danny. eben | Gy decteary 10l0cdehaary 7— ten, 0 ag § S1
—=— The Suro Cough Sure| Violin x * School, NOTICE.

MM. iH, MESSIAH | COOPER teoelvea
‘aod. Tarbes, tor jostructloa,

‘NE TRA
aay Deeie, Cucaler Road,
Dee. Ptb—1 a














. MOTOR GARAGY

This, th FIRST MITOR HEADQUARTERS of tho Island ts ‘nob merely
of our business, We havo a large.and substantial Power Workshop in Aberoromby iad
with everything necessary for thé repair or renewal of ANY PART of a Car or Eng;
crorything from the modelling of castings where repairs begin, to the enamelling and thie
they end,

ELECTRICAL /AND FINE MACHINE

OUR SPECIALITY.
We do what cannot be dono anywhere else in town,

Niekel and Silver Platij
MOTORS & MOTOR CAR "4

IS OUR PRINCIPAL LINE, AND IN THiS
WE HAVE NO COMPETITORS.
Cars kept in order by the month for a nominal sum. All rey

of the best, Wo IMPORT Cars and Busses at all prices and g
satisfaction. >







-

E'OED EXXECE!:

MOTOR LAUNCH “JOY

Most comfortable boat in the Gu
TINT TROUBLE TELA PEON E ..





iy

S@QU ARE.
SATISFIED,







- Tara.
January 1910

8r. Jouryu,

WITH

Re Pots e1t2, THE “ENGLISH BAKERY'S

eto think you flor your cbeque received to-day in fall pey-
policy, Grst—for your promputnde which is very commen

‘ety 6 t matured, althdugh so many

eed retoro

t, which you have given me, fita of

Eadowment Policy is to my mind im eeceptional

es

Compliments to their many customers ,
Trends, and best wishes for ail
bright and prosperous »

NEIV YEAR,

he same dey the polic

ani.

Aaa
ain taking a policy fa your Company,

ie aboye »ppreciation to your Directors, and with
your Company io Trividad.

mm,
Yours faithfu
(Rey) CHAS.

conte

i}
B’ Ragan,



tor all troubles of the nervous system,
Dr, Canaten’s Nerve Pills, If oy are given to bell Petritd
Dr, Constan's Nerve Fills,

N. JOHN,

take

on

6th darts, 3910,

RINIDAD HIGH SCH
Tyas New Beeston fete wat
jaiera bueet New ; Tine Poot Syl!


NO 9144 VOL XXIX —

LENDINNING’S)
GL EN D INN | N C TRJIMD FIRE INSURANCE.

*
t

ICED

LUXURIES

EX 1M &. “CLYDE:

eet jeer
FRESH SALMON... 600 1b.
COD FISH ... seo 200 Yb.
K(PPERED HERRINGS 48 doz
FINDON HADDOCKS §= 2¢cJb,
FRESH BUTTER... 480]b,
ROQURFORT CHEESE F0c Ib,
OAMEMBERT do, 36002
PORT nz NALUT do, — 46 Ib
ORGAM MIDGET do, 1b 360 01
do 2lb 72¢ oa

ALMERIA GRAPES 360)b,
EETROOT os = Be Ib
ARROTS ... oe =: BI,

—AT=

STEPHENS LMTD
INGUINESU BRUS

Provision, Cotoa
AND =

MMISSION MERCHANTS,
No £ Iienry Streot,

I=
TUE

LDONIAN * GROCERY

ICED LUXURIES —
¢ RMS Magaalena










nee



o, Q03 1b
INDON HADDOCKS aes 24010
IPPERED HKRRINGS 48¢ dz
ERS . ore 480.02
KESH BUTTER ws eee 483 Ib
NGUSH BACON oe 380
KOQUEFORT CHEESE toe 600 »
KE-pv-SALAT CHEESE 4. 600 »
SPAMEMBERT CHEESE — as 36cea,
“SE POUK SAUSAGES °_ ,.. 386 Ib
AKS DEVONSHIRE CREAM 400 ea
HEASANTS,
PARTRIDUES,
GBROUBE,

INEST ENGLISH HARES.

oudwille & Wilson, Ltd,

FOR R°KT

OR RENT, ~ Cottage No. 83 Marava'
Bowd, osar the coruor of the bavanna
and Qsoen’s Royal College, tower and
Electric Gittings tvetalled, apply to Lew
wey & Mayuard No, 33 Henzy Street,
Fort-vf-Spara,—10,1/10 10,
YO BENT —Owelling House, No, 16
Queea's Park Eset, faciog the Se
veoneb, contelatag Drawlog Koom, four
jedroome, Dialog Hoom, Pautry, &o
Two Bervaat's Rooms, Klectele bs,
Stabling, Tennis Court, Immediate pos
version: Apply to WILLONS (G. & T.
LIMITED, —Jeny. $ib—1m.
GOK RENI—A foe Cottege No 6
London Street. large yard, sewerag®
fostalled—Apply Ne 15 London Street~
Jenoary 6—se,

f° RENT=The large stores on Ma
tloerqaire occupied for the lace ¥5

ne
it Atstoo & Co, ‘1d0

Apoly te Iavacto Bopu, or Louie Bods.
whee Jang. 190. megs
JOR RENT.—Coltege No. 6f 6t. Vio-
e:nt Street, Tor ber particalaze, sp-

ply A. G. de silva & Co.. Medical Hall,
por lie f—Loteage ovrners New bisest
aod Dundons'd btireet satiare for a
emall famiry, cool and qalet Jecaliy pear
the saranmeh cower end e'octeo ght.
Apply to la H. LovELack, 35 New Brreet.

“fun Sal.

feyel bu goed soodis oa, NW

v! ja goodit ba. io reseon *

alle eflur relwod., Apply 2 Marli St~
34/1/00- -1aa,

- ba Viocess

Mkt Bad ‘.

with pole fur a pur of h geeaand cin

be made fate a Phase on by tatieg olf the

ec vers ‘seat. apply Ng 300, Pust-of-Spale

Gasette—Jencary 7th—lw.

ye dogeaber or separates),

ove good driv Be pony ls hacds bige,

oue Canadias Hab! yred beg

| 60e Boglish Marnese {Bised). Alita good

condi p. Apply W, ¥, Knowses, Gea:

{ eral Post Office, oc at No 5 Broome Sturge)
Be. Cleit—J sey. T= lu,

oo ee
WANTED.

ARIK taal Karawbed Hons

V weuted to seat. Good foosllty.

Apply to'** 3" abthe cifice of this pepe”.

Jay. G1L—tw,
ler.

UstoUn the Ob lesiant, beuwees
L Vort-of tysla and Bt. Jovepb, ag iroe



+



oe from tbe pbeal of #3 tmetor ” na
der soltetly sewer
flagiog saxie to thie cise,





GENT'S

Hat Department.

O04

Tn this Depariment you can always rely upon getting sterliog yaluo
for your money, We buy in the best and most fashionable markets
20 that wocan always supply our custemers with

"1A Good, Reliable & Up-to-Date Article.

Below we give an ides of a few of tho lines we carry :—~

GENTS STRAW HATS-—the vory latest shapes, in 2 in, 2} in, & 24
in Brime, trimmed {n Green, Brown Navy & Black, from 2a. to 6s,
TERRAI FELT HATS—in Drab, Brown and Black from 2s to &,
ALPINE Do, Do, Do. Do. from 2s. to 8s,
TELESCOPE FELT HATS—tIn all shapos, from 2a, 6d. to 8s,
MOTOR. No. Do, Do. from 2s 6d. to 4a,
PLANTERS’ FELT HATS—Broad Brims—from 23 to 83
CORK & RUBBERR HELMETS—covered white and khaki, from
8 thillings fo 14 shilliogs.
GENTS SILK HaTS—from 6 ehilliogs to 25 shillings,
ENTS OAPS-~in a grost variety of Shapes and prices,
OYS’ STRAW HWA'IS—from 1 shilling to 3 shillings.
BOYS' FELT HATS—trom 1 shilling to 3 shillings,
BOYS’ OAPS in Tweed and Serge, from 6 cents to 24 cents,
CHILDREN'S HATS to auit any age, from 1 shilling to 6 shilling.
GIRLS’ SAILOR HATS—ust the kind for School woar—broad brims,
from 2abilling to 4 shillings,

Juet Received a Norv Zot of

COLOURED ELASTIC HAT BANDS,

Jn all tho favourite colours, at 12 cents each.

J. GLENDINNING & CO.,

5, FREDERICK STREET.

eee





CALEDONIAN

STOGK-TAKING | FINISHED.

| Lines in |
AIT: DHPARTMEN TS
TO BE CLEARED

Goodwille and “Wilson |



Many



JUSE RECEIVED

‘AND FOR SALE





200 BAGS

VENEZUELAN COFFEE

Wessels Bros, & von Gontard
— BUYERS OF —

COCOA, NDTMEGS, “KOLA NUTS ETC.

* 70, SOUTH QUAY:
TELLPHONE No. 674



“__+PRINIDAD) WEDNESDAY JANUARY 12 1910.

XAsaitect,
(MUTUAL & CO-OPERATIVE )
28, Chacon Screet
TRLUPHONE No, a

LIE Secretary of the Company bere.
by faforma the holders of policies
ated 1904 and 1905 that there is atill a
balance of unclaimed cash dividends in
his hands, and begs them to apply at the
Company's office for said dividends at
earhest coavenience. ,
A, F. MATHISON,
Secretary.
Port-of Spain,
zorhSept. 1009.



Trinidad Building -and
Loan Association,

OFFICE: NO. 18, CHACON STREET,
Talophone;: mo/s2
—_—

HE BOARD OF DIRECTORS hak de-
clered ap INTERIM DIVIDEND of
4 per cont forthe balf year eaded on the
30h Jane last, .
Member who have received the pid
ap vaiue of their MATURED SITARES
daring the periot are now invited fo apply
to the undersgned at the olfice of the
Awociation for the CATH DIVIDQNDS
oorrespoading ta acid shires, Members
whos MORTGAGES ARE NOW CAN.
CELLED by means of tne matured
s may apply to the office or thee
resective RELEASES sod’ will re:mve
IN CASH ao A Dalance standing at credit
ares, -

of theic enid
A, ¥. MATHISON,
Secretary
Port-of-Spato,
2th Aaguge 1900.



HAVE YOU A BOY av School OR
OCOLLUGE ?-- YES.

Ww ELL, fo'tbese keen tiroes Lo repalres
B GuthGed o woh, If he ia backward
to move blan ap, and if be ja alreauy op, to
keep him towe For particulars dropa
tard to “Taror,” ¢/q thie pepar.
4ch Jan, 10-26,

FRESH OYSTERS DAILY

4

user’ anys d 7 potice is req tured.
Der 4 a
uy reeled ean be supp led sis

7th Dec. ‘opm sen.

N Xmas Dey le Absreromby Street

& large black ead Tan dog, the owner
by peylog cost of advertiement at
peoce of feeding and care coe have the
same by applying to the ¢ffice Qf this
paper —3, January, *10. -

MISSING.

N tbe Ith December 3909 between
O Marli Strat aodthe I zapical Es peri-
nibtel Stetion e small ebina beaded do!l
dreveed oe Little Red Ridiog Hl of, Hed
Coak te the koces with broi attached,
Bloish grey stirs and Whlie apron, The
doll wos wsepyed is dlue thin paper at ibe
tle, Any person giving information thet
will eed i ite recovery will/be anitebly
rewarded, Addrar** iteby® e/g 1 Port
of Bpsle Gazette.’ J {1f10—9w,







So



ovaries
-







.

HAVE JUST MARKED OFF A_ MAGNIFICENT.
ASSORTMENT OF

Gold & Silver Goods,

NEW AND UP-TO-DATE.

Gold and Silver and Coldy” Fancy Laces,

Braids, Gimps, Cords.

SPAWGLES:, NETS: GAUZES.

&c. &ec. s ‘&o

EVERYTHING FOR GARNIVAL,
Grand Display Now On.

SK HOCH & CO.

12 Lrederick Street,



HOUSE.

.



Limited.

FOR SALE

KX WAREELOUSHEH,



75 Drums PRIME LARGE LUNENBURG CODFISH
"5 LTierces/ PRIME M+ DIUM ” ”
450 Bags Nuv 2 EXTRA FLOUR Grand Toke”!
100 Bags No. J EXTRA PLOUR—" Grandmaster”
400 Baga PURE GROUND OILMEAL

~AND—

Stl BAGS

Fxira Ueaned and Husked URHUR DHOLL,

BOYD & CO.

6 Broadway.
TELEPHONE 132,



GEORGE











A full assortment of Boo!
to be used during 1910

Davidson*Tode

CEH ARGAD®,;

2% Sr, Vincent Street,
. —e
Assurance and General Commission
AGanNr.

REALESTATE Broker
AUCTIONEER,

Bpcoial attention paid to Fore-closec
Mortgagees,

tgagees,
opposite “ORHERAL POST OFFICE.

arora mene |

COVERAHENT KONGES

ee

TRINIDAD axp TOBAGO.

No. 2 of 1920,

Dy Mle Excelloney Sis George
Ruthven Le Hunte, Kol, Et
© mmacder of ibe Most
tiogatsbed Order of
Michael and 8t, George,
Governor aod Commaader-in-
Chief in end over the Colony
of Trinidad aod Tobaga and
ite Depeadencics, Vice-Adrml-

( i prereete ac, &0., &¢.3
K, LE HUNTE,

frovernor,
A_PRUOULAMATION,

Weeks by Scet on 2 of theiCue

toms Urdiuauce, 1909, the Governor

ig ewpowered by Proclamation to prétibis
the importation of goods or merchaad te of
07 dower pte whacaaever 3

‘ow, thorelore, I, George Rathven Lo

Hunte, Governor as aforeeaid, do hereby
prohitie the importatioa toto this Coloo
of
and any nimilar preparation contalaing
arsenic,

article known as “Rough on Teste,

Given under my Head and the
Sesl of the Co'ony at
Oovernment House, ia the
Town of Port-of Speia, to
the Island of Trinided,
this Fourth day of Janu
ah 1910,
By His, Excolleacy’s Command,
8. W,. KNAGGS,
Colonial .

OTIVE,
QUZEN'S ROYAL COLLEGE

TPVUITE Brat terra of 1910 begibs oa Monday
1 danusty 170d. The Priacipal w lib
at tbe College between 8a m., and I) s.m,
ou batardey, Jaousry 13h, a.d Mesdsy
January '7¢b, for the parpose of admicia.

A
new poeâ„¢* Ww, BURSLEM, Bf. 4.
Priaclpa!, Queen's Royal College.

THE IMMIGRATION ORDINANCI
Rate of Wages for Task Work,

YÂ¥ virtae of the power vested ia se b
Beotion ¥ of the lumlyration Urdir
Boce, 1008 (No, 13-1000), | hereby fix it
sam of sevesicce cents per diem as th
value of free quarters for and medical at
tendasce on ag immipzant,
Civen_in Exooudve Counel) thig 20:
day of Decenber, 1%
(8e4) GLORUE R, LEWUNTR,
Uovernor,

Notice.
TRAYFIC REGULATIONS
Ordinance No, 198 anu8 £00,

LIGHriNG UP HOURS FOR VEIICLES AN
CUVCLRS FOR JANUARY, FEDRUARY,
AND Mince 1010,

‘Tr AMPS ‘wust be kept burhing ena.

vebictes while la we on ob pale
tosde throaghous the Colony deiweea th
followlsg boats st
Janey 191y Krom &2S5 pm. te KSi aw
Fe as oe O38

Mazch , 040 2. m
“a Dewan,”

. Lieat. Colonel,
Toapector General of Cosuiebulary, > -
Cometabatery Moad Quarters,

pela,
Dever bec 5009,








. Sy
BE PORTOPSPAIN GAZETTE WEDNESDAY JANUARY 19-1910 ° a

ar a te ar ry ate ata a ny EE SIE

erade Next .
THRE BONANZA .

Is fully Equipped now for the Fancy Dress Ball Seaso
WIRE MASE S | PLAIN COLD. SATEENS | SPECIAL READY -10- WEAR

° At $1.05 and 81.98 per dosen,

TAPER Mm ASKS—{rom 24 one oes dozen to.$1:60 per dozen AtQ cents, 8 cents, 10c., 12c, & up to 24o, per yard, Boys’ CLOWN suits hae ae ve $1.00 each
rom 6 cents 20 eac. ’ N 9 0c. YOUTHS’ CLOWN SUITS .... an tes 1

“SERPENTINE PAPER at 12 cents per packet GOLQUEED LAWNS hom t coms apr Tee and 20c. per yard MEN'S CLOWN SUITS. Lad eech

COLOURED TARLATAN at 6 cont# and 8 conts per yard BOYS BAT SULTS i au) aes wae 160 etch











“GOLD AND SILVER FANCY BRAIO from 2c.,to 24% yard }

GULD & SILVER PLAIN BRAID Irom 6 cents to to 20c. dozen ° YOUTHS’BAT SUITS yw) 80 each
Gold Fringe from 4c. to $100 por yd,| Coloured Mercerised Chiffonettes MEN'S SAILOR SUITS “Tc 308 each
Silver Fringe from 4c, to 72c per yd. FYROM SIX CENTS UP ‘DOMINO SUITS 7) s.60 each



Mercerised Clan Tartan Checks, 18c. Yd.

®

welf Coloured Satan, | EXTRA SPECIAL SPEED WORK:

_ 20 cents per yerd and upwards, Any Fancy Costu mec
SELF COLOURED VELVETS-—18c per yard and Up. | MADE TO ORDER IN 24. HOURS NOTICE:

‘SMITE BROTEEHRS AND COMPANY.

GOLD & SILVERJBELUS from 80. to 10c, per dozen .

CLOWN MASKS from 6 cents to $1.20 each,

STOCKINGETTE CLOWN MASKS—cover the whole head, from
15 cents to 480. each,

ROUND FANCY PAPER HATS

FROM 12c. TO 300. PER DOZEN. “a






CARGO/F



a See Se err neeng
. eu BALIOURS' REITLRATION, not receive the maximunn salary that f Limself, Every o: 1 agree
E i V E D Lancashire Ingura nee (0 Mr. Balfour, epeaking at Aberdeen, hitherto attached to the two seperate Herbert when he ned ee Sith Bie
reiterated that several elections were offices, It fis generally thought that | whosent their children to Linericon
~ necessary to settle the issues which Dr, Read is must deserving of the ap. | College entered into acontract to send ~









Ww Th had been thrown at the Country pell polotment sas in coming from his own | them toachoote day it %
8.8. FIRE & LI E mel and the country should decir othe Eiustantive post in the Tacarigua die and that to keep achild from behocl -
UF. NOW MERGED 181450 question of Home Ral¢, forexample, trict to fill the acting appointment, | except for a reasonable cause was a
. aan “ CROWN OF ARRAGON” ' LAN ee caustic on Benaiglcerealny sulfone tinct per] breach thereot,, Oonsoauentiy, Dr. 4
ue ’ 4 CAUS C ON aonalinconvenience- whic! i¢ On mn was
ROTAL IHSUBABOR COMPANY, Ltd.) O%N “i Contis, fair should have Ueen compensated by | he required “all. the bos ty be
SELECTED ALL HEART and MEXICAN,’ | Funds Exceed ... £12,000,000 | ailyatuttediit:baeforiowatng "acces PERE Ne asbanon tat tho wee?
— . the country’s controversial methods when he kept hi 4
a e NSURANCES effected azainst | and wing inogaie and at gumenta THE JOHNSON—DALTON ACTION. to attend the Faces ta defiance a the j
. . oF u or a ‘» — 0 ‘.
. Coal Pots Balen {amaze by Five on | OPNEHING: INTERRUITIONS, | purit, susPENDED FROM WanRisoN | the father aad-not the lad whe hed
a 9 nildings and contents of fard-) At Iumingban ‘the huifiagetles , gipgoe ron aTTEN(1NG Races, | ttted. Now, bad Dr. Dalton sent back 4
houses, Offices, Shop, and Store interrupted ls, Charebilt and at ae ay the boy on the first day that he attend
: + j saimbervwel e Unionists {broke yp a su Bo school after the tik +
Tron P ots, Premisos, and Private Dwollinge at Liberal meeting, Tir, Slacrmnaca's vaTuen det Dasaus Ix £250, matter had boen ‘adjusted with Be ‘
. moderate prices! speech being rendered Inaudible, . 1 Sas being fol ed father, the Headmaster would have ;
- SIR LVWARD GREY AND THE, A case which was being {cllowed | eutrenched himself in an impregnable , /
x 4 HEELS PROMPT AND 1Q:u TABLE SETILE- GERMAN FLEET. { with muck faterest throughout the ition, Bat, having allowed the laa .
E . yea Sir Ddwatd Grey at Edinburgh sald ative West Indies has just come to 8 | fo return to school for some days and:
t = MNT thero was, never Canse for lees anxiety | Close In the Barbados Coutts, we then summarily suepend him, which
°° ’ . reganing thé Getman Fleet; even- Heer ene eee Ting ‘af x coats, {inplied expulsion, Dr. Dalton played
EBarque {THEKLA’ from Mobile. | Bar-Zron, Sc §e. Of Kosse july the German prograrning MOU | Aveta Jobnaon ‘a Co, Hannes | mks us hands of ive ether aide, the
thinwnwe * ' oo ‘ ° 2 Aaents: knownhow. the tatio belween the | #@sinet the Governing Body of Mtarri- | Poo iad was disgracefully punlehed fi
Hats ——_—_ ' FOR SALE BY . SM I | Os ND 0 eels actually ghiands allaylog the Per hereoe Peareninater amore his father's, error ater ‘hebad been
. ae e- ° realry in expenditure, . receiv: nto schoo! - Dale
132.270Nfeet SCAN LLING—2 in. x 3.in. to 12 in, x 12 in- SMITH BROSA U rae A SoveRAGHTTE, fort the guependion of bis son | Master ton had sext home the child ai irst and /
rai jas bece Bele nscn
160,679 feet BOARDS and PLANKS. TE. The Bomanmn, — [arreetof the lion, Mrs iavertield, | tetrdance nt the clasws at Harsison | pe, ‘Dalton'e requirement he would
168,5 - feeb BOARDS—Dressed, - aie } 4 Sutfragette who refuses to pay ex- lege without legal fustific att have forfeited the fees which he had

ree . . Porvol pele Our readers will remember that this

¥ £ ded penees ot comin ant London ‘from now histuric action bad its origin In Pte hee eee tn aclvnnes, and thle

651,123 feet. 52, Fourn Quar. VT. L OAT SUFFRAGEITE SUES For | te pupit, having abecnted himself | ment for the breach of ccatrach
MAGLs,

= . . , i x from school, in order fo aceympany | y ¥
or ants Pe radxewntesen | Latest Arrivals | sm moatsttitthense|MeGtegeris ree [Guar eave |
eo .8 . ° + ee : bd ’ * a * question o! @ Ox
The Trinidad Shipping & ,Trading Co., Ltd. award hes :







was drenched with the hoseat Man-
H. Graham Yearwoud, solicitor a
chester gaol has sued the visiting | dou behalf of the’ plalatilt, Aer cenalvences | of the rd bas
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« | justices for damages, ; Mee. .
We Offer For Salo/SANDOW'S DBVELOPRRY | gorrcscertes smarzanst, || iis king of the Fem ot Meare | Wo fv0 Ot egacermed today. What



. but. as the ie il le
| Sai dow's Domb-Bell Grips measage to the atthoritieg register o jury. the panel conelsting of the follows | proach the Legislature for a grant

RINIDAD oO Ss M s ergen ; Moar. James Me nese

rT INI Li NIE F TEA ER S O $3 60 The Government. discredits the re Cay tab ant aaler files, Gibbons othe pee Toate tee ee
. . ° Us purta cabled from New York of Brit tena Gales axton er | Will they vote the fe’e mone

For Greanda/and Trinidad, carrying! Through Freight for Tobago and Cindad;Bolirar, kK e Wet Naval fotervention tn Niensagus Matthew ‘Thomas Greenldge, Blenry away oe wils Saat cables Boney

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10thNoveraber, 1909 soters to | Gittie, Catford. & Oo. solicitors, ap- where 4
' £3,60, write voles for women upon their tor the defend nt th Governing Body going to t the 4

bail I pea ov the defendant Boar 1 ‘ fi
FRESH ola This will cancel the ballot, The ation was tried by a special neath Ne Moube they” will a 4
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tng Body of Marrison Col wacoy

andiow proposal takes away the] T alae uy " Fidating terms in Bond,
ta. te beved 10% £ ‘ tee, ala £500, damages, for q

alls The Uniuninte nun ber reath of Russlan statesnen, bud faeach of suteact in tho sig} neion of | Sugat per ont ‘i zt 146—

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PROPOSED SAILING DATES, 1908-10, SANDOW'S EX BOISE CHARTS. | ss the Commander of the J Heyile | Williaim, Jobmevancle Culpepper | fetog’ ie'aleate ta'yegtee tates «
. OT ury Ward, inn Axnhley Pmatter, It seems to us that the ‘
Steamexs, Lure Ariive Leave Arrive AUTU STROUP SAFETY strictovt neutrality, The Dultish | ove, Heney Fits Evelyn WWilllains
LMARAVALY og htt eRgGAinided, _, Frtlded New Yorks, CREOLE ReZORS—$5/0 | frcontimansouununtestions “feud Jullan Iiace Walcott | Vermiog Lady bave just begun We j
WRABAT we gNove, 20... Nowr.490 . Dect, BY... Deer, 17 PORTUGUESE REPUBLICIAN Tol hearing Councel on elther | 222 return to this subject in another
“ 3 4 u LADES ter nee dence, and hearlog Ca nm elther | issue,
VMARACAD” woh Dects 4 oe Deorpild we Deer, Wf Deer. 20 AUTO BLA * Adequich VISCOVERED, thet side and Ile Houars sumnmalng up, re .
- uct in favo! ® Pidine
HEARATAL" we Deo, i wwaDecet 33 a Dess, 31.4. Jany. 0 e 3/- UE ZEN, ey arene bare been vetiena Biot ug, and awarded him the sun of £24 - —*
Feipae Sur, we Door, 2b os Jeny, 2 fanz, 12., deny 21 Auto Strops, aguingt King Manuel, Including sevetal | was accordingly entered fur A etae PRICES CURREN
. 1910 ° persona (supposed to have been fu | ti with Toate Bey be pald by the de T.
EAR cage ve are Jaye GB ove Jays YS ae Tange 28 ny air: 3 . fd 2/6 BACH heated fu the murder of King fendants, ity Honoue ovrutfyIng that | New Yorn" January Ith.
wee any. Cd '. on | \— oby. —a—-2 oe 4 n "
eos SB CER RUA BRR ee FRAO AS TEE BEAT [ere Petadecper tare ot Ney
. oe “ STEPHENS LTD, | Gemanynill anewerthe Valtedstatos} Ay a rowult of tho venlich giver | Meal, Kulndried per barrel a25—8.46
UL the abore3t Gall at the Island of Aremada beth Paul H Schearer & Co + | proposal, regatding Manchuria in tbe | inthe Johuann-Dalton casa a Lar | New Season's Pork per bri~No
OTH 3 bAN6T8 4 8 of, a wayt. . wall om ’ Clett Military & Court Tatlors, sae pense “ inslana which er badoa paper is Infurmed that steps Heavy Mots Bork per bel, ay
: Dre see undameti a CHHEE
TRINIDAD BHIPPINU AND TRADING COMPANY, LIMITED 41, MARINEJEQUARE, Snes | With the ascertlons of the prinieiplew of | Bt¥ (bins taken Uy a large miwuter | Buger! stascovado 80 teot 100 BO
2 Bo BrosAwey, (Now York ard Doct of Bpasa, Trfaldad, WAL , Phone'teh. . LATEST TELEGRAMS the Qpen Duorand equal oppurtunity | jlasrison College, In thy presentation | pooh Talend Mol
,- o ————— = | 7. £.& Panania Felograph Company | FHANCIMN COOPERATION, | [ing thelt confidence In bias’ ead ex.| Ret gellon-No qui.
ic er Sn . t TRLIALEES DBSOLy RD ook The Yaris correspondent of the | prowing their appreciation of thé) “otton, Middhag od
: ' ' PARLIAMENT DISSOLVED + BUC- | » Times” says France will covporate | Eourge adopted by bia ln inalutsining at Liverpool per ib, ..., § 310
. . CESSOR {AUMMONED, {{ the powers named approve. Bho | the disciphneat Xe College, Exchange, New York and
. Pour Privy Couneblon ations | web Gamerer: mequtre js share ia ~—— Liduarge New Yorkand “78
HM
’ Buckinghain Paleco when the King [Pe pitiins COMMENTS. cathe Sparklet writing on the above} “London sight. aw on
. , signed the proclamation disolving | The St2Vetenburg correspondent of He tere Mt TMetbert ‘Or ’ ta! 3 =n
. . ( Parllament, and summoning its we | the “Daily Telegraph” says the an a. ® ret + iene ee fot Lonpon January 1th.
> . , cessor for February 15th. howe ls regarded there as ithe fautas- pec! i ry Demerara Oryutule |
' ‘ ! ' PARTIES AT “DISSOLUTION. ; hearing on the Sth Inst., thé action var
é ° 2° * ‘ i . . At the dissolution there. were 30} eee ee eee Drough by Afr, Prank Jobnegn against eee aio“ 148-18 J
° Uiberals, 45 Labourites and K3 NaUlon- he
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‘Thoy, therefore, must wie a aiuiinuas | ptosis will maintain hereights until

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of 170 seats from thelr opponents, 1 bia son fron the school, The case oor. POW i ns 2
. AsQunn ON THe Congriry. | he geeiation af the exietlng agree | a ietthe wholeday and wae thoroughly Jeva hugar Sly Gira’
. TIONAL QUESTION. SUGAIL MANKET hreshed ont ¢ the legal gentieanen ent or Ohannel for ordor 7
: Mr. Asquith'’s address to hiwconatit- London, Jany HU, ployra doffig thele utmost in the In- tertns perewt, as.
nénte is contined strictly to the Con Sogar inateck on the Bil instant erente of their respective clienta. Jf pNemerara Rum Nom. rer gat mn 3
stitutional question. 6 Lords, he} wae 7.Uhi tons Last year #000 tone, | tbe result, tho Jury returned a ver | Trinidad Cocos, Good Middl 4
says, violated the Constitution | in ——s Met in favour pt plaintit and a6} “tng Red perewt ov Y
mee order tosave Sariff Heform from a ’ Int t seaued damages at £50 and cote Ja] Cotton, tua Eine Hea x
mortal blow, therefore they rejected Dr, Read's Appo otment, dealing with the clreawlances out of |“ paands at Léverpool Noun Wis.
the Hudget although it appoiioned -— which the case arvee ja our fue of | pank of Kugland rates oo ”
tazation between lazuries, supertial- | We learn that the post of District | November lith, we remarked that &§ Discount wm lw s
f Ues and monopolies, leaving living Medical Offices of Diego Jlartin, from | little diseretion on the part of all con: | Oonsols dope at ;
peresaitics untoucbed. The Lords | which De HL KE. Rnaggs recently verned would have saved what pfiro- Three per cent Reates A Ss



fala to cuntrol finances | . igneds” has been offeredto Dr, Jus | mised to boa very bad situation) that | tn Paris
tone andexperience shows” thet ne ie Pioad who haseluce been filling | we hoped that common senses would a ~~ ae WN ’
« . possesion of anuniiuited véto by af the aclog appointment Followiug | rule that the breach would be healed ‘
rtinan gecond Chamber le an tusa- fon Dr. nange resignation the die | and the unbappylociddat anicably ad.) "ee ;

able obstacle to dem rict of Fortol-Spain North —which | justed. Voturtunately, the very bad
tot. thie abeurd to defend sock rae formerly under ibe thargeoft De. Mittion developed « in the whole THE me Antgerne
, action a8 giving advantages attribut | C. F. Knox,—has been added to the | affalr common seuse- secs to have ‘
f. . ed toa tha seooud Chamber system a6] Diego Martin district, whith it may | been left severely alone. This dives, Laleg's Wares Sortaghs Tooth
. polvereally uodersteod Free Trade | Le mentioned alee jaciides, niedieal | trvus defect was noticed by the hie! | eMeoUvely aineanas, wane
g : and - far Governuent ary both syperintendencs ot the Leper Asylaai, | Justice in bie charge, for be doc! a) ope oe on
‘ , Sepandect. upon your decisiun and the | the Mouse of Refuge and the lemale j auong othen things, that one gialn of | gume frm aod nak, , an
: . Toh 7 Mnitation of the” Lords’ veto fy the] Prison. The oficer whnaccepts the | common venve weuld have prevented f ibe tredh. 12 conta, por the feone ,* F
a Lp ‘ ‘ "ypost urgent step, combined sppolntuwents however, will the position la whkaDr Dalton sound ® . oglieh Fhopmpey,’
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