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1910
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OOLOUItED ELASTIC HAT BANDS,
J. GLEÍIDINNING & GO.,
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GLENDINNINC’S
GENT'S
flat Department.
d Good, fíe!¡able & Up-lo-Date Article,
mil fa Gf».!<£tÍM,W^^Bttck,ífÍDÍu‘loeí
jt-SÍÍlSc lUTS-iom 0 .liUJfag. lo 20 .billing.
i, FREDERICK STREET.
TUPIO HIE IISDIIIEE Cl.
Trinidad Building ai
Loan Association.
m:
mmi.
SKEOCH & CO. Now COc Novell.
Carnival, 1910.
Gold k Silver Goods,
NEW AND UP-TO-DATE.
Gold and Silver and Cold, Fan
. Braids, Gimps, Cordi
SPANGLES, NETS, GAUZES.
EVERYTHING FOR CARNIVAL.
Grand Display NowOn.
J. M, O’ANDRADE,
Real Estate Broker
SKEOCH 12. Frahricn Sired.
CALEDONIAN HOUSE.
OIjE_A_K,IlSrG- rn LUsTES
MUSLINS. ZEPHYRS, CRETONNES, CARPETS. RUGS & CARPETING.
Goodwills and Wilson Limited.
,1IJST RECEIVED
SUGAR BAGS in bales of :400-
4 CASKS FORMALDEHYDE
lid ‘ JI-rifOM* Braui
...In,in dll do ‘SL-myro 1 iwo do.
WossbIs Eres, s you Gontard
FOR SALE
BOYD & CO.
: Decent Arrivals.
300 BAGS NO. 1 DEMERARA RICE.
i Broadway. __
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THE PORT-OF-BPAIN QAjjECTR .SATURDAY JANUARY 22 101»;
Hardware.
Wo specialise in Hardware. Onr Planes and Saws wo
import not merely becanso they are Planes and Saws
bnt becanso thoy aro the BUST Planes and Saws to bo
had for tho money.
t EVERYTHINGi-fc
BUILDERS & CONTRACTORS,
'SHIPMASTERS, ETG., ETC.
WE'ARE HEADQUARTERS'FOR ¡THE
NEW AGRICULTURE
AKDTO THIS WE MSVOTE'GREATJATTENTION.
WE AKK SOLE l'KOPRIETORS ¡OFKl’BOFESSOR
BARRETT’S CompoundRosinOilVA NISH
i have the liucst BLUE STONE in town, wc stock DEWING
KAYE11S, INSECTICIDES, KRESO, nil kinds of AGRICULTURAL
TOOLS, including
MOTOR GAR AG
.raw
ELECTRICAL AND FINE MACHINE Wj
OUR SPECIALITY. 1
Wo do wbnt cannot bo done anywhere else in town, 3
Nickel and Silver Platia
MOTORS & MOTOR CAR W®
FOB BCIBB:
Í
MOTOR LAUNCH “JOYI
Most comfortable boat in the
1ST TBOUBLE TELEPllONn
ABNOTT. LAMBIE & COMPANY, |
SQUARE.
*r zhe***"'!
WELL SATISFIED.
-ir., * -
FOR SALE.
OATS,
WHOLESALE OH RETAIL
Lowest Prices.
W. STEDMAN ARCHER,
ThE
PianO
WarehonsE,
The CARNIVAL SEASON.
t .!»;l
.STEOETG-,
NERVOUS PEOPLE. RUN DOWN PLOPLU.
T -^,??rs. JOHN‘
TOILET PAPER Ur
Warded for Br«lln$ for
EVERY SATURDAY NIGH
j
QENUINE Vcaoi
THE MERRY WIDOW
irposes
igftmm
mim;
“stolen.
ESS
“SANGSGHAW”
AND “TRIUÍ
BOTH FED ON
Molassine
Mea


.. TKK KlUT-ONPAIN GAZETTE SATURDAY JANUARY 82 1810. '
The Bonanza Motor and Cycle Department.)
THE CARS THAT STAND THE TEST,
Albion • Caps.
InVCITEC BBOS, -AJSHD nrnrp A TJ V" SOl^E -A-QÍEIlSrdrS;
W F*r*ons desirous of purchasing a Oar for any purpose cannot do bettor than oall at SMITH BROS. & Go.;*
1 Pionoor* in Commercial Motors,
Large btobk of Bicycles for Ladies, Gentlemen anil Children. ¡
ONLY THE MOST RELIABLE MAKES KEPT IN STOCK.
Our Prices aro from 2S Dollars to 3-00 Dollars Haoh, j
N-B.—Easy Terms Given to Approved Parties.
PAIRS OF AtL KINDS—GO TO THE BONANZA WORKS. FOR ELECTRICAL PiTHNOS AND INSTALLATIONS-litV TUB ROÍ
©-A. IR, <3- O T0 BUIL0|:|1S-
t -or.
SELECTED ALL HEART
A SHIPMENT
M Pine Lumber C’
feraue ‘THEKLA’ from Mobile.
feet' BOARDS—Dressed.
«Trinidad Shipping & Trading Co., Ltd.
RECEIVED 10 0AY.
F. A.SKEEiE & CO.
UNIDAD UNE OF STEAMERS rjT ^ g Qt Q.
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HOTTT1I QUAY.
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BICYC1LE SUNDRIES.
BMW
Ladies
Departma
LOVELY AND EFFEC¬
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naijaLTPEiii.a-ua.Xt 3po
EVENING
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New IB -Button IiBOf
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CHARMING WRAP
FOR EVENING WEAR
HAUL OltN’AUBN l'á. FANS. :


jCALEDONIAN HMStó
TAMDBfflG DBBSRTEÉNT.]
NEW SERGES. |
NEW FLANNELS. \
NEW TWEEDS. :
GOODWILLE & WILSftN
laiiirpii |Eau Contrexevilie
mm Eaudc Vichy OoU.tia. \
WATERS. | JlOT uncr.ivED *j
|¡H¡ BOLA IT 3D ’ S .
dSk I
WAliTERM j
‘ROYAL EXTRA’ STOUT,
Tho Acme of Purity.
GOOD LTEWS'I
ROSS A CO.
49, Marine Square,
W"CKHWH0A..E rumoro
COCOA.
AND OTHER PRODUCE.
LASCELLÉsTÍÉ MERCADO 4Co.
‘INVISIBLE/{/AST0RS>’—15G F01i 4
t-The • Arcade.
FOB. SAIiH I
Cottsfi© No. 10, Whit*» Iwto,
BJSiiMOisrir.


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OUR TAILORING^ DBF A RIM ENT
No Fancy Prices
Till. ) . OMPAtS fiAEmE. SATURDAY .T
DEPARTMENT
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BEST POSSIULE VALUE
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STEPHENS» LIMITED, ‘The Stores.’ STEPHENS LIMITED.
DttESS .I°ILES
WmSSssp •
S=r;
il’d DRESS LINENS
New shipment of OSRAM BULBS, 16 Candle Power 72c, 25 and 32 Candle Power 84c. 5
Í Candle Power 84c. 90c. 96q. Plain and Frosted. 50 Candle Power 96c. 16 & 25 Candle Power, Bayonet Caps,
Masquerade (1910) Masquerade
GOLD AND SILVER STARS
White and-Col’d Swansdown
Fancy Spangled Muslins
COLOURED GIMPS AND BRAIDS
COLOURED CHIFFONETTES
Cheap Feathers and Flowers
Confetti and Serpentine Kails.
SERPENTINE PISTOLS.
Whit8 and Coloured Bam Fans
Him PADS AND FRAMES
Col’d Scent Sprayi
STEPHENS LIMITED; FOR! AIL THAT IS BEST AND CHEAPEST.
^UIIéHorse -
I»-*' Whisky.
WHISKY".
For 1st Term
1910.
MUIR, MARSHALL & CO,
04, Marine Square.
FOR SALE.
small cocoa estate
MoKENZIE & KIRTON
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BRAND
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fA Laxurifis
"ORTONA.
LITfl
iidtsoopE [St Jlirs-h .11 Súp», tal *¿*¿*° *
s
*
-SPECIAL
iXSBBgfcBi
OOLOUItED ELASTIC HAT BANDS,
J. GLEÍIDINNING & GO.,
iil:ii jlilsaLii
GLENDINNINC’S
GENT'S
flat Department.
d Good, fíe!¡able & Up-lo-Date Article,
mil fa Gf».!<£tÍM,W^^Bttck,ífÍDÍu‘loeí
jt-SÍÍlSc lUTS-iom 0 .liUJfag. lo 20 .billing.
i, FREDERICK STREET.
TUPIO HIE IISDIIIEE Cl.
Trinidad Building ai
Loan Association.
m:
mmi.
SKEOCH & CO. Now COc Novell.
Carnival, 1910.
Gold k Silver Goods,
NEW AND UP-TO-DATE.
Gold and Silver and Cold, Fan
. Braids, Gimps, Cordi
SPANGLES, NETS, GAUZES.
EVERYTHING FOR CARNIVAL.
Grand Display NowOn.
J. M, O’ANDRADE,
Real Estate Broker
SKEOCH 12. Frahricn Sired.
CALEDONIAN HOUSE.
OIjE_A_K,IlSrG- rn LUsTES
MUSLINS. ZEPHYRS, CRETONNES, CARPETS. RUGS & CARPETING.
Goodwills and Wilson Limited.
,1IJST RECEIVED
SUGAR BAGS in bales of :400-
4 CASKS FORMALDEHYDE
lid ‘ JI-rifOM* Braui
...In,in dll do ‘SL-myro 1 iwo do.
WossbIs Eres, s you Gontard
FOR SALE
BOYD & CO.
: Decent Arrivals.
300 BAGS NO. 1 DEMERARA RICE.
i Broadway. __
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ACTiOaSAgELÍSroVSr4
si[LoraKNOIBvrvñte
n í |Tfu jwb iTof i iíVi i i; a ex
A£TiUL&SJES-Ü U, »
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THE PORT-OF-BPAIN QAjjECTR .SATURDAY JANUARY 22 101»;
Hardware.
Wo specialise in Hardware. Onr Planes and Saws wo
import not merely becanso they are Planes and Saws
bnt becanso thoy aro the BUST Planes and Saws to bo
had for tho money.
t EVERYTHINGi-fc
BUILDERS & CONTRACTORS,
'SHIPMASTERS, ETG., ETC.
WE'ARE HEADQUARTERS'FOR ¡THE
NEW AGRICULTURE
AKDTO THIS WE MSVOTE'GREATJATTENTION.
WE AKK SOLE l'KOPRIETORS ¡OFKl’BOFESSOR
BARRETT’S CompoundRosinOilVA NISH
i have the liucst BLUE STONE in town, wc stock DEWING
KAYE11S, INSECTICIDES, KRESO, nil kinds of AGRICULTURAL
TOOLS, including
MOTOR GAR AG
.raw
ELECTRICAL AND FINE MACHINE Wj
OUR SPECIALITY. 1
Wo do wbnt cannot bo done anywhere else in town, 3
Nickel and Silver Platia
MOTORS & MOTOR CAR W®
FOB BCIBB:
Í
MOTOR LAUNCH “JOYI
Most comfortable boat in the
1ST TBOUBLE TELEPllONn
ABNOTT. LAMBIE & COMPANY, |
SQUARE.
*r zhe***"'!
WELL SATISFIED.
-ir., * -
FOR SALE.
OATS,
WHOLESALE OH RETAIL
Lowest Prices.
W. STEDMAN ARCHER,
ThE
PianO
WarehonsE,
The CARNIVAL SEASON.
t .!»;l
.STEOETG-,
NERVOUS PEOPLE. RUN DOWN PLOPLU.
T -^,??rs. JOHN‘
TOILET PAPER Ur
Warded for Br«lln$ for
EVERY SATURDAY NIGH
j
QENUINE Vcaoi
THE MERRY WIDOW
irposes
igftmm
mim;
“stolen.
ESS
“SANGSGHAW”
AND “TRIUÍ
BOTH FED ON
Molassine
Mea

.. TKK KlUT-ONPAIN GAZETTE SATURDAY JANUARY 82 1810. '
The Bonanza Motor and Cycle Department.)
THE CARS THAT STAND THE TEST,
Albion • Caps.
InVCITEC BBOS, -AJSHD nrnrp A TJ V" SOl^E -A-QÍEIlSrdrS;
W F*r*ons desirous of purchasing a Oar for any purpose cannot do bettor than oall at SMITH BROS. & Go.;*
1 Pionoor* in Commercial Motors,
Large btobk of Bicycles for Ladies, Gentlemen anil Children. ¡
ONLY THE MOST RELIABLE MAKES KEPT IN STOCK.
Our Prices aro from 2S Dollars to 3-00 Dollars Haoh, j
N-B.—Easy Terms Given to Approved Parties.
PAIRS OF AtL KINDS—GO TO THE BONANZA WORKS. FOR ELECTRICAL PiTHNOS AND INSTALLATIONS-litV TUB ROÍ
©-A. IR, <3- O T0 BUIL0|:|1S-
t -or.
SELECTED ALL HEART
A SHIPMENT
M Pine Lumber C’
feraue ‘THEKLA’ from Mobile.
feet' BOARDS—Dressed.
«Trinidad Shipping & Trading Co., Ltd.
RECEIVED 10 0AY.
F. A.SKEEiE & CO.
UNIDAD UNE OF STEAMERS rjT ^ g Qt Q.
CORN.
Pail fl- Prhserer fe Co
LllClibiTI lOfLMSC? Co
Fiiti; & r.iri:
fn
itnair*» vwria
r
iK}'z£z.!
puoiQMiiaitt
Z
SMITH HKOSAND
cO
Latest News
STEPHENS, LTD
1
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1
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PUNÜE!. ♦ SülílKUL
m GOODS FOR 1H£ CARNIVAL SUSHI.
mm~
SSiiSffi
SB&Sprfü&li
ri:;¿i.aSrüSi"
A>.r..lTT,¿Í?
" v-,
§m&
-Sil
¡3s
i
Zm

L
Set
I The Famous
mm whisky.
Sole Agents:
jtSOilOENER & GO.
HOTTT1I QUAY.
GEROLD & SCHERER
ADLER BICYCLES
BICYC1LE SUNDRIES.
BMW
Ladies
Departma
LOVELY AND EFFEC¬
TIVE IS Oim RASGAN
naijaLTPEiii.a-ua.Xt 3po
EVENING
Dress Wea
New IB -Button IiBOf
GcX,*3>-%rjEiB, “ ;
CHARMING WRAP
FOR EVENING WEAR
HAUL OltN’AUBN l'á. FANS. :

jCALEDONIAN HMStó
TAMDBfflG DBBSRTEÉNT.]
NEW SERGES. |
NEW FLANNELS. \
NEW TWEEDS. :
GOODWILLE & WILSftN
laiiirpii |Eau Contrexevilie
mm Eaudc Vichy OoU.tia. \
WATERS. | JlOT uncr.ivED *j
|¡H¡ BOLA IT 3D ’ S .
dSk I
WAliTERM j
‘ROYAL EXTRA’ STOUT,
Tho Acme of Purity.
GOOD LTEWS'I
ROSS A CO.
49, Marine Square,
W"CKHWH0A..E rumoro
COCOA.
AND OTHER PRODUCE.
LASCELLÉsTÍÉ MERCADO 4Co.
‘INVISIBLE/{/AST0RS>’—15G F01i 4
t-The • Arcade.
FOB. SAIiH I
Cottsfi© No. 10, Whit*» Iwto,
BJSiiMOisrir.

i
OUR TAILORING^ DBF A RIM ENT
No Fancy Prices
Till. ) . OMPAtS fiAEmE. SATURDAY .T
DEPARTMENT
' HL POPUIjAB,
BEST POSSIULE VALUE
i”TT !J
:&T?« ¿«iSsau ¡¡•siirsr—
WAa-EfiMA W "WiSSfSSSK
jilN’MIBHOBS^SHOESl
*' ^ EgSSSSj
.«Hr5 _
jss¿fe&as3faali9
6sSiesbSiSssSBSg.m
¡KS3SBS5 J “HSSS:=I
Blue Ribbon Boots J

.-CTR yonrOTWATN OACTOT» RATTÍTIIUY ítakitailv 58 mío
STEPHENS» LIMITED, ‘The Stores.’ STEPHENS LIMITED.
DttESS .I°ILES
WmSSssp •
S=r;
il’d DRESS LINENS
New shipment of OSRAM BULBS, 16 Candle Power 72c, 25 and 32 Candle Power 84c. 5
Í Candle Power 84c. 90c. 96q. Plain and Frosted. 50 Candle Power 96c. 16 & 25 Candle Power, Bayonet Caps,
Masquerade (1910) Masquerade
GOLD AND SILVER STARS
White and-Col’d Swansdown
Fancy Spangled Muslins
COLOURED GIMPS AND BRAIDS
COLOURED CHIFFONETTES
Cheap Feathers and Flowers
Confetti and Serpentine Kails.
SERPENTINE PISTOLS.
Whit8 and Coloured Bam Fans
Him PADS AND FRAMES
Col’d Scent Sprayi
STEPHENS LIMITED; FOR! AIL THAT IS BEST AND CHEAPEST.
^UIIéHorse -
I»-*' Whisky.
WHISKY".
For 1st Term
1910.
MUIR, MARSHALL & CO,
04, Marine Square.
FOR SALE.
small cocoa estate
MoKENZIE & KIRTON
! Htlli! I! IGHÜ
BRAND
C:sJ«t D»r; Cct. Llf.
ttS
:±-si~A
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Hardware.

We specialise in Hardware. Our Planes and Saws we

import not merely because they are Planes and Saws
*. but because they are the BEST Planes and Saws to be
«had for the money.

— Wo Stock EVERYTHING: for
+) BUILDERS & CONTRACTORS, .
-+. | 'SHIPMASTERS, ETO., ETC.
i «We sell HARDWARE at PRICES which other Houses
RO cannot meet.

‘,
WE'ARE HEADQUARTERS !FOR .THE

“NEW AGRICULTURE

AND TO THIS WE DEVOTE‘GREAT 2ATTENTION,
WE ARE SOLE PROPRIETORS 1!0F}SPROFESSOR

BARRETT’S Compound Rosin Oil VA NISH

FOR COcoaA. TH as.

» We have the finest BLUE STONE in town, we stock DEMING
SPRAYERS, INSECTICIDES, KRESO, all kinds of AGRICULTURAL
TOOLS, including

| AGOSTINUS PERFECT COCOA PICKERS,

And indeed everything used on an Estate.







. ARNOTT. L.

IMA ERTIN EG

Ya oY YX. [Sir Henry Korman and Mr. Lloyd |
ve hh
8, OO Bags GATS,

George.
WHOLESALE OR RETAIL |

t
working su bard on behalf of the bud-
get League, wasa brilliant journalist

‘fore he interevevd himself {n politics,
When Mr. Stead was editing the Pall
Mall Uasette’ he gave Mr. Nurman, as
he then was, £500, aud told hun te go
where he liked and do what he bhed,
redlng hia purse if necessary at banks
allover the work, Sir Eleniy tells an
intecenting story, by the way, connect-
ed with & pecent motor tour which he
dade with Mr, Lioyd George in liance.

fi moting they were tomate an





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early etart, andr Henry awakened
the Chancellor at half past six. The
latter opened his cy ew and inuimured,
“—E move sir, that you report progress
and ask leave to sleep again, You see,”
awd the Chancellor, Jaughingly, “I
fel the effects of Westminster even

tie Henry Norman who has been
AT ere,

Lowest Prices.

e 4

Around the Stores,

Matilands are conunanding the Hoot
and shoe trade this seasun, Ladies’
one strap court shoes, just opened up,
ver pair 48 cents, Ladies’ black and
tone strap shoes, per pair WU cents,



Jaay, &th-lm,

—BY— .

WW. STEDMAN ARCHER.

Traps tion invited to our new and
= ee ~ ot) lish Lools for the present wear. See

a our show window fur lalest stylee just
soon ThE

to hand * American gentleman” in
tarand black lace ‘and. button in ali

PianO
WarchousE,

grades of fashionable feather, Hendere
~ ‘ . ’ —_—0——
" _ Ew Goops

eon's * The Exchauge.'
mee FOR

Ti vRbson & Setway are show-
ing some very chic Opera Capes and
Ovatstheee are reduced to bale price
toclear,







Se

Physical Culture; or







{HE PORTOFSPAIN GAVETTE, BATUNDAY JANTARY

“WOTOR GARAGI





AMBIE & COMPANY, }

WELL

A. P, ALLINGUAM Esy.
Manager, Sua Life Assurance Co, of Cacads,
6 Abercromby Strest, Port-of Spain

Dear Sir,—I have to thank you for your cbeque received to-day in full pay.
‘nent of my matured policy, Grat - for your promptutude which {e very commend.
able, the amount beiag pid y
hundred ini'éa away from your Head Oftise, second
from an investnent s’aod
$553 70 oa & 31,900, 20 year tlomas-Hndoweent Policy 6 to my miad ao exceptional
amount cossideriag the low premiam T bare prid, sad [have no doubt that if the
policy bad beens Fall Eo
proof of my satisfaction Iam agsin taking a policy fa your Company.

Will you kisdly conver the above appreciation to your Directors, and with
beat wishes for tho success of yo:

Durtog the 30 yeara this Company has Pboen doing business in Trinidad it bas
proven iteclf asthe PREMIER PROFIT PAYING COMPANY, *



GET YOUR *

TOILET PAPER VW Bue BRED BULLS from 13 to 20

Ia flat packages and rolls Crowsed preferred. Fiease apply to 8 and

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| TREY UTOR HEADQUARTERS of tho Island ts not merely 3
of our batiatee Wye have A large and substantial Power Workshop in Abercromby Stree
with everything “necessary forthe repair or ronewal of ANY PART of a Car or Engieg’
everything from the modelling of castings where repairs begin, to the cnamelling and

they end,

ELECTRICAL, AND FINE MACHINE

OUR SPECIALITY.

We do what cannot be done anywhere clsc in town, |

‘Niekel and Silver Platiy





MOTORS & MOTOR CAR wa

IS'OUR PRINCIPAL LINE, AND IN THIS
WE HAVE NO COMPETITORS.

Cars kept in order by “the month for a nominal sum. All Tepe
of the best. We IMPORT Cars and Busses at all prices and gam
satisfaction.

EOR HIE : .

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MOTOR LAUNCH “J Ovi
Most comfortable boat in the Gu
IN TROUBLE TELEPHONWE ..





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EVERY SATURDAY NIGH

ENUINE Venezuelan PASTELW-
teal thing—not Creole apologies. #
Try them once and you will
staunch devotee. ,

THE MERRY WIDOW)

60 PARK STREET 1, a

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COMPLETE ELECTION RUTURNS,
} fete Landon Jan phot
a ODL pie retucus for edie
te ie dT Unlonieta, 36 Liberals, 3
Labonrites and 5 Nationalists, retarn-
ed. Totals now stand Uniuniste 338,
Liberals 133, Labourites 2 National.
iste B4 The Untonist gaia le 0, Liberal
ainl0 and iateauite gain J. Mr
rthur bea bas tripled le previous
majority and dir Spencer Clay bas
converted a Hadical majority of 128i
inte a Unionist mejorsity of 4210, Sir
Edward Grey's mafority [a 600 swaller
and Me Urew's larger The complete re-
turns for Londou abow 34 Unioniste
and 28 iAbetals instead of 30 Liberale
and 23 Unionists,
POPULAR VOTES,
Wedneqday’s popular vote shows a
Libere! decrease of 2,000 and a Uniou-
fut fucrease of 80,000 and Labour pas:
3 1000 and the Bot talits fost ! an,
esterday s news tuchides on.
cigtent te af ballot ts, rte atest
weyate setuens ‘nloulets.
tere ‘and Nationgjlets, Toe ‘nlun-
iat gain toto). Liberals gain Jo, La-
bourites fala 2 Labouftes gala} and
ifthe VUnlunists gain 23 more the Gov-
ernment will be reduced todependpuce
upes ue atlang iy
Costa kit

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TAL COSUMDN ITIES AN
FREE THAR eS AND

Mr Lloyd George says it is um
prasoveble to expect to malutala the



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Terms Given to A

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abnormal majority of 103 ¢ the Liberal | Commmisaton will leave New Yotk for

the
uaual atandaris and ib ivt nathable
that the most progressive commercial

4 for free trade,
Birmingham voted neither way it
shnply supported tta leading citizen,
WILL NOP DISTUHB PREE TRADE

Mr Asquith speaking tn Fifeshive
declared the industrial centpes: will
not disturb free Gade,

THE STATLS OF PREE TRADE,

The Secretary of the Tail Meform
League says the Uniontst sietories
conclusively prove that Moree ‘Liade ts
losing ts hold upon the country. “* We
attribute our success te the alliance
between the Radu alsandthe Sociatiata
andthe future politieal struggle will
be between Tacit Meforns and boc lal-
erate
THE HOPES OF THE RADICAL
& PION,

AOAE,

majority ia good” compart

communities have ¢

The “Daly Tdegiaph ‘iu a leader
saye with one splendid blow the coun-
tles have changed the whole situation
in a manner which promises to. snes
the hopes of the Hadieal coalition the
Government jain a miuority with the
British peuple and the Unionists ura
noel rematkable manner have in
creased ther mayorities and decreased
the Liberal piajtity. Thefuture be
tongs to the Unionists Whether Smime-
dhately ora IMittle, lalerand we now
reach the most dramatic moment. of
the greatest electoral conflict: within
living memory,

FOI AND) AGAINST TARIFF
REFORM,

The “Standard “remarks that (t Is
curious that Uhe agricultural distiicte
favour tariff reform while the indus.

trial centres are Appooed to ft
AT THE PARTING OF THE WAYS,

The * Morning Post” thinks that
the balance of parties shows that the
tountry has not made up ite tind ;
there will be no decisive verdict Ihe
4, HOU and Wotand the nation is at
the patting of the ways,

SEE LIBERAL COMMENTS,

Tho Liberal commenta are wutalued
in tone, The ¢ Dally Chronicle ‘tuinks
thatat theworstthere will bea Libual
insjority of 78 aud the “Daily News”
attributes the revamers inthe country
distiicts toa the Landlords intlnidation
of the village communities ever wace
the Budget waa intioduced,
. EACITING SCENES,
There have been some exciting scenes
‘The Criontste at Bus Mnghatw enraged
by the success of Mr eyuey chased
ie Liberals from the polls Into the
cover of the adjoining houwsand a
stone broke the Window of Lady Yer-
ney's motor ia), At Belfast 51 persons
have been arrested upon charges of
fopermonating,

MR ASQUITH PROMISES,

Some of the Convervative news-
papers charge Mr. Axjuith with welbh-
ne regarding hia promises of Home

ule,
AN EXTRAORDINARY PLACARD
At Hampton an enormous placard
wae display ed beaileg the legend, “if
ou relalutbe Hadical and Suciallst
iovernment In Uyeare England will
be tinder (he power of Gevauy and

sou may be furced date the German
Army
STUCK EXCHANGE THECOVER

Inq,

The Steck Dachange le recovering
upon the prospect oh sesersing the
present temporary majnity in 6
jnonths, or a revislun of Use budget as
a result of a techaleal sictony, which bs
neatly a popular pebube and & positive
check ty Bociahalie tendeacion

ENGLAND WILL CNERCISE
NER GOGD OFFICES.

he Birasingbais Vuet eave Fig:
and has accepted the invitatian to
exercise her gaudd offloes to adjust the
djfference between Japan and the
United States regarding the negotia-
tiens of the mun! patie, ieee
THE MANCHURIAN.N RAL

ZATION AFPAIL,

Japain haw infogued Ching that
Japan and Russie have eoncertedly de
Ulned the United States’ propoaal re

ardivg Manchurian veutrallestion.

apan charges Ching with insplitag
the propose equivalent to au un
ly act

frien:
WARSHIE'S MOVEMENT,
i! x 5 BL Kitts Zist.
L CONMIDSIONER MOVE
RnOvA MISSIONERA MOVE
Jatialoa ist,

**Bualliant” arsi¢
The principal suewbervof the Koyal

Jamaica ta-morrow,
JAMAICA AND CANADIAN
RECIPROCLILY,

The Jamaican Government, the
Press, aud every public society
are agreed that Jamaica cannot
enter into reciprocal trade ananges
ments with Canada as it would
probably ruin ita fruit trade with the
"hited States, but the Celony would
be Wire smared to foster trade relations
with the Donilnion by haplag te sab-

ated a fast Hoe of steamers,
* MALAVAL" COMING.
Grenada 2let.

*Maraval” nareived JO ann. Boos
Trinidad about & pint, Passenger:
Messrs Jlutler, Mackte, and Dray fue,
Mrand Mre Stidlew, Mise Wateun,
Mrs Leopold and chthd,

SUPREME COURT
(Before the Ching Justa)

Midday,

Uasasra sy Jous Tals was) au
muon for 20 dainages for stander,
Mi J. Alex Roteo appeared for the
plaintiif. and Al EOS, Poflard ta-
structed by MrT. M. ivalshall appoai-
ad for the defendant

PlaintitTs case was to the effect that
he is a quallited deuggist, and aa such
had Len employed by the defendant
at the’ Fasourite” Pharmacy. home
depute arose between them, and as &
result plalntlif was discharged on the
Isth of November last. sarin the
sawe night, be went to defendant's
Pharmacy and requested defendant
to give bina a testinionial ; but instead
of complyin therewith, defendant te
inarked in the public hearing that the
only leetimonial he could give hin was
tothy effect that he (plaintit) wos
“ad-—n fool, ad -n assy, aud a at-n
thief" Sholly after this defangant
left the Pharmacy aud went near by
on the publi goad where he was
followed Dy defendant whe in the
Pleseuce of an asnenbled cowed cabled
hin sé don thief’ adding that he
(plaintitr) had stolen Me Nieaxar the
diuigglta youls aud had oiferat
them for sale ta bios (lefendant) who
Tefused to purchase them, — Following
on thag, plaintul retorted by addres
ing defendautan a “dangerous ane,
aud dangerous foal?’ whe did't
know the physical difference between
cod Hver ail and nitrobenzine, and’
through whoee carcdlessuess in leaving
boys ta cbuge of hie Pharmacy, «
womana child gop pulsuned.” Plaintift
hadsince applied for work, Gut wae
tifaaed, because of the slanderous re-
twarks of the defendant.

it was suggested by the defence in
crosa-examiuation that plaintilf started
thedispute by calllag defendant all
sorte of ill names, Counsel submitted
it was a ‘case of vulgar abuse betwen
both parties, and plaincit had only
received what he had fleet gisen to
defendant and was therefore not
entitled to damages,

Vie Hovonr thought a techoloal
slander had been established — bat
there being no evidence that plaintitl
had sufficed tainsges he awarded
bin fulxment for tx, without cote,

t THoMas Wirtiame re Ache
or platatitt, and val. Yuatte
Withams for &fendant. 7 ;

‘thie was a claim of (4) dollars on a
promisoty-note in whieh Yudgueut
wont for plalatitt with vowte.

lames v Mommie 1-Adjournad to
Vriday’ next) fur defendant — to
supply what aroount he oan, .

LEXANDEN S Loriegi—-Mr Merver
for y! alatuY and Mr Prisgar foe defen-
ant.

Pll tclaimed $41 for wate
oversevilug at Esta.

‘The defenus denied indebted ase,
oud ient went fur plalatity with

oats, .

(Ulefure Mr Justin Husetl LLB.)

JUDOMENTS,
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Judgweut was giv ‘or plaintiff with
eoste inthis acta of £1 4d tor

sold and delivered.
Rawtac v JERewawt—The claim
waa for £205 for ave ng = Judge
met went for defendant without

ThLALS
Antow v Vienne sede BE. Benard
Acham for plalatii, and Me Andrew
AcCartby for defendant,

erent al



This wat a part heard action to
recover possession of land.

Mr McCarthy asked foran adjoutts
ment for a fortnight aa his client who
lived quite away at Oropouche was not

ih attendancd,
Me Acham objected to the fore
ponement as the matter , had a
already adjourned and there wae no
possible defence to the action,

‘Lhe heating was adjourned for a
week, defendant to pay coate of the

«lay.

Due res & Coy Bovis Adjourns
ed fora week with aview ta settles
mont.

SARnING. V Woopkorrs t— Same
order .

Len-Apinnag vo Pacu'-Mer Achani
for plantiov and Mr IL Lo Meroer for
defendant,

Iatutltf clsimed from defendant the
surg of 812.8 assigued over by Choye
U-Kong.

The defence deniod indebtedness
allogetber,

Sore evidence was taken, and the
hearty stands adjourned, for a
weth,

HAMCHARAN y fiorpon, GRANT &
tov & Axon p—Mr W, Blache Wilson
instructed by Me RLM. T, Prizger for
plaintiif, aod Me KE Nciplo Pollard
pstiucted wy Mr J D Seller for do-
fondlanita (WW. Gordon-Gordon and J,

ally

‘The actlou (part beard} isto recover
£40. tor false imprisonment aod
inalicloug prosecution,

Vuitber evidence was called for
plajncitt showing that while on hie
father's land at Mayaro which adjoins
Mr Gordon Gordon's estate, he was
hel by the watchinan and accused of
stealiug @ bunch of plantalos from
defendant's estate and Mr Dolly, the
the musuager, authorised bie prosecus

qn,

Mr Gonton-Gordon was cited ag a
witneasfor plainti®, but Mr Pollard
atated that by way of concession he
dnade certain adinissions as to Mr
Dolly's employment which dispensed
with she necessity of his attendance,

‘The bearing will be resumed next
Priday,

ee

(Before Mr Justice Swan)

Tiknewoon vy Sayayna Grands
LoL usp HoaxspieMe A. L
Cartar for plalotitt, and Hon J, Dy
Jfutson for defendants

‘ila waaa part beard action from
Kan Vernando jn which dama were
clanned for Injuries recelred by a
iaule,

Atguments. were heard terda
and lily Honour reeerrel judges
nent, ”



PRICES CURRENT,

New Yor January
Flour, Meuded Clears for West 2st

Indiés per barrel . 5
Meal, Kiln fed per barrel fs
New Neason's Pork per brl—-No quotu
lleay 7 dons Vork ner eel. ated

8 ie 4.
Peas 80 teve hoaib 8.38
Hnallsh Island Molasses
ter yallon—-No qua.
Cotton, Middling U; land

at Léverpool per ib 738

xchange, New York and

Londuu wWdéys, 1. L888
Lachange, New Yorkand

Lomlon sight, f 4.805

Laspox J. 2

Deuerara Cryainte aut
per ew! ays—|
siisrov * na
- Moating terms fa Bond.
wercw *
S¥e41 | Utrnan Beet 68°, Lab.
fer owe 129
Javea Sugariss % Gibraltar

or Channel for order tloatlug
teaaus per owt, o

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a rerpool
ap of Euglan re! . of ad -
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. , h Achenilt, clork in the Ar
¥ Ppa. t -_, —2a \ cieee Jomep! (fehedilty lock to te fait to
~. hereby notified UbAt In fuliira all”, DECLINES RES] Office, said he 7 eee
~ 7 YY Melosunts duets the Poptopapein , NAGISTTATHE DECHINES | doremiante segura fr Deven ae
4 Caretle, wustbe pald to MeO. J. OFFENDERS ACT. last and aan se eral outstanding
yo Ford (Uashier of the establishment eI mints. tn Thi shook. “Among the

, asno other pte but hie are vali mounta 6utstanding o1

ACCUSED PROCEEDED AGAINST IN-] ose ine by Alston, Lie drew de.

With reapect to any payment made to fandant'aattentian toil. Unthe Sel

this omee. . DICTADLY ANY SENT 10 THE to tt Oe the
‘ W S oJ. Ds La SAUVAGERE, ASSIZEA, Instant he a a ’ au a pearing

- CL ey —
t ‘ Ce amo Current Events. BAIL AS BEFORE 1% £25, If bed pot been pald bY three wrelock
- TO-DAY. Detorg Mr Blackwood Wright f he roel aye Tit paid, Witness
s » District Court - 0 a.m, ferda the ad ourned c tae Ean found it strange and went round to

he nextday (Ith) and fou ed
a had been bald, Witness thea
went to the Ueveral Manager bo
sent two gother employees te defend-
ant who said that the amount was not
ttale, who appeared for the de. ree yet, but fe would ad lect it
fendant withdrew his fornee plea of Witness en ph Sy alton and Coy
“Me tye and pleaded rainy. was Se Retna gave evidence of bay:

2 a ay
ced be etn en viene |i FGA led ny
pfdeteidants previous rund charny was paid to the counter but defendant

. sInter-Co! Ga Darbados va | zing 75 dollars, while in the emplo
‘ Timdsd eine Ona Th am “ of the Government Itallwey an ag s
. on oe ane shed clerk,
' Boxing Contest at the Souls tn Mr A, D. O'Connor, (Crown Solici-
Purgatory Friendly Society Hall
. . , * . 7.3) pm,
t. . WU. : . v 6 Sale of a wooden tenement, No. 8
Â¥
Â¥

loran red to prosecute, and dir
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Jerry Street, by T. W. Brown at 1 p.m
. 7 OT . Hale of a tondicta tenemont No, 8

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ee Bus tnce NOON Hron EL) Rm] meant. to peemaneeliy deprive the |ferdant wos daly cautioned and or
- Riera, «| __i bm | Coveromenl ob mane. HC poald [sem felons iia remained a
' ‘ ey it being foun The money was hand: | before in £5,

ed to {Me Maingot (another employee)
the day after the [discovery was made
pending hie (witness's) decision Ia the
matter, It waa not acceptal De

Board of Agriculture.

Atameeting of the Board of Agri
fendant was inthe Government ser | euiture held in the Council Cham
viee since 190) and handling mone esterday afternoon and presided over
alitho tima, and this was the firs Illa Excellency Sir George La
time be bed ever been found tn Thante K.CÂ¥.Q, there were present
fault. Hon 1.8, Aucher Warner K.C., Hon.
The Megistrate said he wanted tola. 7. Fehwick CMG, Hon.” Sam
koow the circumstances sunder which [ Henderson, Hon. Carl’ de Vertenit,
the money was taken and Mr Joseph | tron, W. G, Kay, Professor Carmaly
Keheult who waa in charge of the (Director of Agriculture) Lt.-Colonel
auditing of the Railway accounts was | Cotiena, Myesere, H 1. Murray, Thomas
called, aud in answer to certain quew | Thorntan, Ladoric de Verteul,

Sole Agents: StE PACE 2 FOR:

Sir Henry Norman and
Sir Lloyd George.
SEE PACE 7 FOR:

. en 4 ‘| : | ) the Age of Trnocenes ; Mr
SCHOLNER & CO,) iegitsreit
2 ————_—_—_——_

me BoOUTE QUAD.

Victor Morrieon aged 2 at hie
—— oe een mn sister's residence (re

Jenllea)> No 2





* tions fromthe Dench stated that flabadie, J. Moodie, J, J. McLeod, L
‘ eater Funeral at 0.8) a.nn, although @ receipt might have been | xeiter, J. Wade, J, B, Rover (My colo
. . actually given for the aurount in ques: | cist), I. OW. rich (Entomologist).



| . “ITEMS OF NEWS.
G E R 0 LD & S 6 H E R R R We learn from “the distret’ that
Rronte Usine will not start crop before

the firet week {n February,

tion it might not have been paid, as} Peank Evans, (Curator of Botante
sometinies such accounts with large | Gardens) A, BK Oollens (Sclen-
firms remained outstanding for three | titic Assistant), J. M. Melnroy (Acting
ta four days. Manager of Govetnment Stock Farni)
The Magistrate characterized that { and J. 13. Uarruthers (Assiatant Direc .
system of book-keeping as being very | ror of Agriculture and becretary to

slack, . © Board of Agriculture }

Mr Attalle sched his {Vorship to | 2° FINANCIAL,
take into consideration the epecial cir. The Secretary read the floancial |
cumstances cof the case, and to deal | statement of expenditure and receipts
with the defendant under the First | which showed a cash balance in hand
Offenders’ Act.’ of $10,020),

The Magistrate eald he was rathera THE MICOLOGIST'R RYPORT.
bad person for this case toappear be-] yf ftorer in submitting his report
fore, and he preferred it to go before | yaid since last meeting he had carried
the judges of the High Court, He(the | out, spraying experiments at Guapo
Magistrate) was himself Mable to the | and #o far, the results had been better
tune of £30), andihe Judge of the Ihgh | than reported Just year, Spraying
Court would not be, and therefore would experiments were carried out on 10
be able to try the case more dispasslon- trees, which werd divided inte two
ately, and would not have asked all equal parts, one part. being epray ed
those questions, twice andthe other left unsprayed.

Mr Attalte said defendant had been | q),0 result was that two pickings had
there fortwenty years, und aa the re been made from the trees, and al-
ault of & commission of enquiry held thongh there was no pat difference
some time ago In connection with thet in the total munber of pods from the
department defendant was compli- sprayed andthe unsprayed trees, yet
mented forthe manner in which he did there was clistinct gain {n the percent-
hia work, age of caucus from the sprayed

The Magistrate said the Government trees, The two pickings yielded “745
wat) notiiely to thoose a known pots or 189 Iba weight of cocoa, In
rogue for their cimploy, and was cer } addition thers wasn gain of 622 sound
tain as faras they could to gst & per: | pads og the eprayed trees over the un
son of good cnaracter j and if a person vprayed, If the increase was due to
had been twenty years in the service y

he must be assumed to have a good
character, Allhehad to say was that
alithe defaicationsin the Governnient.
service were done by persona of good
character, lid (the Magistrate) was
personally responsible for that course,
sand if he treated (everybody in the
Government service asa first offender
there would be no end of it,

Me OConnor eald it came on as a
suldmary matlé1 ape: ially onthe direc-
tion of the Attorney General, and be
must say that the authorities had

n itopressed by defendant, and
be did nol think there would bs eo
objection to dealing with hha (defend.
ote in the manner asked fur,

“After looking up the ordinance the
Magistrate sald he could only do so
with defendant's covsent,

Mr O Connor, aati defendant had
consent eaalin y:

‘dhe Magictates nai bea the with
drawal of defendant's consent and said
thathe intended togive hin some
llme Jn prison, however short and
thathe had better let it go to the

ud,

j Ned Altasle on bebal€ of defendant
accordingly withdrew hie consent
andthe matter was allowed to stand
down for short time. After the neves
sary change fn the infurmation was
made it was proceeded with Indicta-
bly beginoing de nore,

Mr Arthur Maingot, Goods Superin-
tendent at Port-of-Npain railway sta-
tion said he knew defendant who was
employed under him as acbief inwards
elerk. JHis duty way to recelre incon,
lug goods with an invoice, Ye bad
received a consignment of molasses
for Alston and Coy for which he eaa
toreveive $75.00 as freightage The
gooda were way-billed on Decenrber
bth and were received the name say.
The accused's duty was te cuter a
stracts from the invoice into asother
book showing that the amount was
to be collected. That anount was en.
tered as outstanding and was tu be
collected, la next step was tu cal



FOR- Wehave heen asked to state that “a
meeting will be held at Mr G. N.
aa

Mansia residence, No 2 Rodney
’ Street, on Sunday nest for the pur
tere of organizing a new cricket
“Tub; those who are invited are ashed

to, be punctual.”
—-AND-- Que readers are Femtnded of the
: Unite Sith unt Stutt Fall
me on at the Hall ofthe Faithful
Bi CYCLE Ss U N DRI ES, Brothers, Vrince Street. The first
erent begins at 8 pan.
The Dutch Mall steamer Prins
cc) Maurits will arrive to-morrow morn-
. ing from Venezuelan Porta god will
T eave the sane afternoon for Pacama-
yres, Lam Pps; ribo, Harre and Amaterdam taking

cargu, passengers and malls,






7 WC > WwW Mewrs F, J. Meott& Son sold at
BO WDEN BRA IES, ] UM1 s auction yesterday the suachinery
bailere, and lumber from the fire
which deatroyed Messra G. R. Alston's
Saw mill. The two first {tema re-
alized $410, ang the lumber $1,010,
The RMN. O:tona brought from
England on Wednesday fast; ‘a new
steam lauich for the use, it |< under-
atawxd, of the local superintendnt of
the }LMLN.P. Coy, A successful trial
trip was made yesterday morning,

spraying (and he did not think it could
be due to anything else) it showed that
those pods were saved when very emali
A great many planters say that a cet-
tain percentage of trees died from
patural causes; buthe thought those
figures showed that a great many gt
them were taken off by uagus disedhs
aswell. The total gained from the
sprayed treew wae 70 in number of
pods since beptember, while 158} sound
pods had been gathered, which meant
about 1f bag more from the spayed
tree than the upsprayed trea “He
thought the experunents pointed to
the fact that puds could be materially
increased, as well asthe percentage of
cocoa, by spraying, As directed by
the Hoard at last meeting, he bad pre-
pared a paper on the subject fur pub
uation in the Bulletin, together will
the beat method of wixtng Hordesux
mixture. In connection with cocoa
out work—the felling and destroyin
of trees for Which 840 bad been vot
~it had bees started on the 3th No«
sember and had been poogsessing ra-
midty since that time, ‘The work was
stated under Me, Pluimner who had
catnied itun very quickly, tactfully,
and econonileally, Shey began atthe
western end of Laventille district, and
catried eastward towards the city
fioita, and that section waa cleared
upon the bth January, Alt the dead
Uves and those in whith the termual
leal wae dead—were cut dowa, and
were ready for buiuing on Monday
next as sovn ashe gota license frou
the Warden tothat effect The green
trees fn which there wae bud rot pre
seat, were buried wholly or in part, If
the work could be carried out iu the
whole island, it would doa great deal
of guod, but vot unless boile ordl-
Hance wasinade, or if there was one
alrvady,—enfurce. so ay to keep pro
perhes clean, Ile thought if tnoney
Was spent toclean up a mau‘s place
otiginally. he ebould be forced law
to keep itinorder, At Laventille, for
oxanple, there sere a number of trees
which were undoubtedly affected with
lect the amount. When the freight | but rot. but he tertuinal loaf was pot
was paid an entry would be made lo | Yet dead, so they could bandly cut
that effect. At the end of each day he | teu: down 4 but they would begin to
added up all be bad collected ‘and |e within thenext few wonths or
bhowed # tolal and then handed up to | S20 may hang on for «year. If the
the cabier along withthe wmoney gPOWDEIW Were not furced to cut then
duplicate deposit slip oue of which the | COWD: the whole section witha ten
cashler Initiated and rturnedit top 7eare would be destroyed. He had
him with the tooney. That ainount of | SPeut some thine three yearsago in
$75.00 did not appese ta have been col. | 6H¢ cast pf Cubs, where the coco
lected aa farad the bock goes nut waa wiped out Lecause there wae
Orow-exauined. The next day after [20 law enturced there atall, Dead
the ducovery the anount SIS. wag] thees Were allowed to stand, and the
deposited with hin and defendant | Sosult was that the coconut tree Wasa
was given &® receipt for it. Je wastim, | thing of the pastin that pattloular
ye le owing to the systeia. for bis hiy whereas guly twenty years
deprive the Goverument of the | 48% it was une of the largest. growin
money without it being found out. districts in Cuba To Prittect the Tuced
Defendant had been on the tailway | COCCanut lndusiry he thoughta law
dace IW and tn witoees sdepartinent | Should be passed, aking it uolaw fab

Maillard «are making special quota-
tions ta wholesale buyers of boots and
shoes—Large abipment just npened

up

} The Pighfaid and Black steamer
S Soto, took away for Demerara on
Thursday last, [0 crates onions, 6
barrels wrrowroot, Lboxwundies and
le passengers.

Corporal Legall, charged Soloman
Matthew before the Harbour Master
pirtents with having his flat anchored

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“| READ OVER Tiils LIST OF oe aps The defendant. pleaded. not epufice

Tne “Sporting Chronidle” an
nouneea its intentios ta preseut a
tut asa prizeto the highst scorer {0
the Tiindad Barbados math,

-| GARNIVAL SEASON | j2ziezcew.

NM days imponed, .

ne ‘ LL AND SEE OUR
; AND CALL AND 5 DISPLAY OF THE GOODS,

easrrserswaroeres

The oumpetit ion betwcenthe various
Carnival Banda for the Loving
Cup" prize offered Ly the Bonanza,
wit taka place onthe second day of
the Carmival and not on the first as
previously stated.

STU MES —As usual we have
f. oon a largo and varied lot of Cos:
% tumes made by a reputable Continental
“Court Costumier, The subjects repre-
sented include ;— Armenians, Jesters,
Arabs, Officers, Clowns, Assyrians, China-
{ren Japanoso,- Pierrots, ac, in orices

varying from $2.40 to $25.
Hate tothe Comittee of the Queens

HAND PAINTIN CLOWA SUITS—S2.40.
Dominos! —Domivost: Dominos 112 | feenantts tents tc re

“ SILK.YINIG i y PLVET {all colours) 15¢, yd. crnove Paves Masherets + tetas
- our reader that @ poarl was found

Cold Brald! Geld Brald! Gold Braid! sibel ath att

Le gladto bear if one was lost by a

BRIGHT COLD) SATEENS & LAWNS. quest.

The ws, White Sea from Barbados,
ariived yeatentay in water ballast and
ane [awrnger. bhe is on the wa
fron Cardiff and has come to takepitch
aint bunker coat,



Mr. W. Bowring, of Bathados, arrived
ppotenlay by the aa, “White Sen,”
fe will probably play for Harbados
in the tatch against Mioldad which
Commences trday.

Nesers. Stephens Iin., have offered
one of thelr high grade Tiddlesley







- : A New Cocoa Knife.

onfetti, Confetti for the gold medal of

Confetti, c ' manne , can Et ble wil ir teed re
. Mr. cette ee

PS Ae IS ‘ arava fa Slonday' next at 10 am.

Awong the efx subsuitted ts one by

Me. do UL, Lovelace, [t is cireular,

90000 0000 F000 0000 lach in width withS inches space | Ile has aiwaye found bim honest, Pfer & puoprietorto have dead tree,

fre Lowest Priesal aside on abba: hentge. By thia device J There has nel er been any report of standing on bis Jends, .
diese Variety 000000000000 it In ateolutely vettaln that tbe | the Lind fageimt’ hie before, Ue en: | ir Carl de Vertouil asked the any.
CoeULGOONGeve Situow upon which the pol hang | jored the confidence of all above him | Cologist how much iwousy had been

‘ an neserbe Laken off with the pod,

and the constriction be wo suinple

thatachid can usec it wilh double

PPP NL Pf the pry y of any other picker.
i t

and thi oocurre 1 spent on the work?

bated vn n¢e has caused great, Mir, Rover baht be ¢ bit was
Mr Ede ard Pitts, cushierft the firns | SUeut 80U0 bub BIW had ase yet been

of Alston and Coy said on the #th.of [Teecbed. fut ores af lavestille

December last “a conalgnusent ‘of | Dad uot yet been bur at, ough the

write yet Hoy np | UR a tah gia

a ie Waa Ww a ae ia ul down ip a:

freight The money mea nid on the |laveutille

fe necessary is to lasso the

and by a tap. Lattom or side

' itoule, There le yet another
Sttachment in the sbspe of a@ haif-

Huoon witha ball at the eed for the [Mh of liecember tu the rallwa air. bobuelt asked what wast
yy purpase uf taking offs pod when there f Jolin Stuart Hughe, a) the | Of carey ing out the coous, saperauont,
PRARA are ow ou tine cushion, We J Gover ninent taulway se received: [44 Guapo

are certian that thie patent Kulfe
will attract the atten of cocoa
Planters when the Bablidtion opens
Beal Fiday at the Pelare's .

> @ certann buck daf fromdefend | Mr. Hover wad he had not
apd alte tae with Tah te depusit fUFed tout aecursiels. ‘Tacaus
bim he saw @

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t fught to get the esslefance of | the Acting Man Ler MIR TES.
° ted ta hold I catile fair or animal show

per tree,
dir, Carl de Verteuilaald that Inbis! Mr. Henderson t—If It isa:
4 eal valle fi the asle, which woult be divided

seul mentof inde labour ati Mr, Murray 1-We caRht to ate amongst Sompetitors from amongat

ve a day. the con ol spraying was through, the Board of Agriculture pthe estate sproprietors, and the
em r10u} trees, including the ocet any way. Idoa'tsee why wa should | peacant’ protrielors, The former
of ma ral. bavé a Moard of Agriculture and] would receive certificates, and the

id reply toaninquirer, SMe. Rorer | gete man out from England Inde. {latter would get money prises. In
1s the best time to spray wan when | pendently onler toenceyrage the peasant pro- , o

@ trees were full {covered with | His Excellency. watt Mr. Prenttce J prietor the Acting Manager, muggeated ‘
. Young frult. from ¢ In. to Zina, long. { had oven him, and made him to under | that the suny of 100 dola, or 60 dole be t 4 ‘

e minnt lose afew, but that could ! stand that an Entemologist was being [ soted by the Board in order to offer \ VT q
3 ni i ‘AILORING DEBARTME
< e vious statement by remarking that , colugist how long be would tak Roard bad power lo grant the mone: . , ~
' j ‘ Me epraying eatimate of 1 ¢ente her loveseat the Froghorper? 4 ‘tow ie vetwembered sors time ago Ona . ’
y OU only referred tothe frult, be did) month? ~ eimitar matter which was before them a \ :
noeneey ths whole tree atthat cost, I Mr. Urtch: ~A few years would not | It,wae held that they were pot em- } a) . os *
£ cline Sad'erer'takew inn actount | “aie'Wotnet ai was tm taroue| "HH Exseoy, oad bashes under | 9

accoun e, Warmer nal a WAS 8 rcellency, pa! ewas under
{ 6 the effect. "proving had soon , of the «suggestion of ting Ne the fropreeston that an ordinance, bad d ER EE .
” the leaves? fe ads sprayed Gorey or nyones chee to asalat | since nm passed giving the Board 9
some trees himeelf leet year | Mr. Urich fa that special work. They | power to do so 1
Tih Bordesux tnicture, which, was were at the be; faning of, an Impon Mr deVerteull No nat et h . y i NNEL
ot mi al must bey e lene mentioned al woen V

hawt Torer wala [t all depended on inning. sin from the Princes Town asked the Board for no . NEV ! LA S:
ow much copperas was fn the r Fenwick asked whether it would | netary asistance forthe local show,

yaixture, wer 8
Mf. Murray asked whether the die fatthee daenaton unt” tine ha pantie that they had nope ” N BR W T \ \ E EDS.
nm,

ease buried trees remaining {n the | heard from Mr, Prenticg an The matter then dropped.
ground, might not be injuriots? bably Sir Fdward ‘Tennant would’ be | GOVERNMEST FARM AND RTOCK
Mr. Horer replied ‘that it wae! able to tell them that the whale XXPORT.

. : erally edroitted that bad rotle a] thing had been arranged, Professor Carmody in preeenting a

nt teriological discase, and as a rule | iis Kxcellency sald Lhe Eatomolo. | stalement by the Acting Manager

f | § On ” . me not dangerous when buried in | gist was the servantel the Boant, {of the Stock Farm: eald mem~

we ’ a e ie ground. he cheapest way to | aud it waa for the latter to sgy wheth: | bers wonld recollect, that for
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Ket rid of the-trees In the dry season jer the Entoninlogist must “take up]a long time {tb was thought that
way to burn them, . that particular work for the time. stock whould not be sald from the

TUE ENTOMOLOGIST'S REPORT, Mr. Warner sald thd objection to | Farm for exports but it would be
Mr. Urich gave a summary fof his | devoting allthetime of the Entomo | rather difflenit to prevent It except by
Prepared report on the frog-happer | logist to one particular subject. was | mean of an ordinance. The difficulty ~
pest during the past year, Work, | that it would create a feeling that | Would be met by passing au ontinance

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herald, was inore contined [to field | all other work had” been neglected, | that no animal bought at the Farm

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secticide, and obsersations made on | adopted to Jead tothat opinion how- { petmission of the Governor Un’ that
peilnental cage Were ul’ up fe {uate tose Hoard pope. 13 | Atterney ener, the latices Vv i
must take that Boa sulac. The | Attorn eneral, the latler Waa 0: 7 .
rpectively at Caront and Gouva. and )uioment they devoled thot, attenties | opinion chat euch a condition would Eau de ichy Velistins
kept free frum frog-hoppers; but it / exclusively to sugar, there would bu | be inmost unusual, and would do no
happened that,in neither place wasany | the cry that another industry wants | good whatever, The Attorney en-
blight observed, In Caront district [assistance also, The moment the [eralaten desired the Hoard to state ‘ JUST RECEIVED
4 few frog hoppers appeared outside | Eatomotogists services were deyoted | What penalties should attach to the uh ae
theca, Work was also confined to | to frog-hopper, the cry would be raise [emer who would bo liable to auch a
the distributlon of —frogpobher { ed (and not a reasonable one) that | breach—-whether fine orlinprisonment. Av
throughout the colony, and experi- | the big sugar planters were getting | He (Professor Carinody) knew that the ’
’ mente were tried with light. Séme of [allthe benefit of the Doard while a applied fa Canada, and in ‘ ? “
the experiments he Hy enlured to think, | cocoa, cocognuts and everything else | Uritteh Guiana, Che principle went
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_ ———— — =e of success co jong as the frog-[ take if that idea were to t fexport of pure bred animals which
. t bopper. was not allowed toget the | abroad, Allofthem at that Boel | was all that was urbed for locally. 6 Honry Strooct.
upper hand fo had come to the | reallzed that they were all Interested | Mr. Warner suggested’ that tho = Te
conchision, tbat the fcoghopper es- [iaevery Industry inthe colony, and }Canadian as well as the Uritish ’
{ 93 tablished itself iu the cano fields ata | itsadvancement. But they had fuyt | Guiana regulations should be obtatned
a e very early stage, Hecently ploughed | begun, and it would be unfortunalg — { before proecding further with the
os, ¥ flelds overgrown with grag, were | ay it Sreatechs wrong Jmpression,If | tuatter.
generally infected very early in the } they devoted the attention of the Ea- |] The suggestion was adopted. us

veasun, and if inure attention were { touiologixt tothat one subject only. TUBAQO BTOCK FARM

paid to thove flelia 1) would prevent | They could supplement the Hatoniolo- | | ‘The acting Manager of tho Tobago

he froghopper froin getting the upper grt 's work by getting assistance from [Stock Marin reportedt on lie recent

* Phand, Anotoer measure would be to | Ingland or lovally @f they could.) but [ tisit, and Mh slew of certaln proposed

treat the cane traces, by either burns | do not devote lime to the one rublect changes suggested that £150 be voted

= ene ing or destroying the giass by { only, avit would destroy a great deal | in convection therewith,
spraying, becausein the height of the f of the popularity which one wasanxl. | Mr Thonton sald ft
diy season, as it happened last fous to sce crated in favour of the} Pily that the arm = could

yean tle traces harboured many } Hoard of Agriculture not pay Itself, Tle thought that the 66 9
O \ 7 "Bi. t I 1 I LH iS nevcts, .The lamps used at wight { Me. Fenwick moved an amendmentto | Manager In his spare time could take
i served Lhe purpuse of locating where | the eifat tbat asthe matter had been | up some of the land for cotton cultiva-
. the frogheppers were very numerous, | taken up by the proprictorain England, | tiun, As regard the saleof stock. he J t
. insects emerged from the nimble Mr. Cailde Verteut said he could ) been such that people could handle
lusecticide, the number would ple outsiis chove to do anything, {t | not buy a cow from the Varn, because
number, In very damp places it | nantorany other man did wasa pers [lo milk It (langiter) that waa what f 5
was found that the froghuppers se | ronal matier, and did notaffect the | happencd with tho Fai htock, ‘ 4
created thenwelves in accumulated | Board. . An regarda oxen, he had bought . »
weeds and cave trash. Thero was] Mr. Murray said thore was notiuuch | four,and the day after arrival one 5 iy
nection with the froghopper—that [because whemthe Latomelogist was | the cattle during growth, they wero
oO H ND. was the biological part which re- { working on cocoa and cocosnuts, thers | sUowed to run practically wild, and
ay
ww cocoanuts, he had net been able to | Murray} was. cause they feared they would suffer
ceusary in conuection «with the | mologist whether there wasapy insect | The matter was referred back to the
life history uf the | froghopper, | pestao dangerous as froghopper at the | Commmittes that originally reported on rawse rom a . S we
But he had gathered — sufficient | present time ? the subject. ree
hawlogs in connection with Insect | some measure of succvss, The two | adoptjwould Le to exchudefrom the pro-
7 ; ~~ ~ * * [be voted for reproduction in tho | trughupper, and Ufe history of the | persons to check disease in plants;
f} the gravity of the situation onthe apf member, sald be did not ASKYLOKTOMLAG IE
“eS tne Be fr the froghopper pew, wish to prese ble awendment against
| the Entomologist be asked to devote | the najority of the Uvard, and would f would be dealt with under the pro
. 9 himself entirely to that matter at | withdraw it,
re red, Mr, Murray's motion was then pub
a whether {twas not nevessary to get | ta the vote and carried by » majouity Lieut- Colonel Coltens referting to the
Bt at y
Mr, Hendurson seconded. * ray aod Prufesswr Carmody. was bie present position, which seem:

From what e had observed in | further discussion should be postponed [thought there would be better sales
reduced. The keeping of the flelds } had vothing todo with the Hoard of | they could not milk it 5 nobody would —AND—
quired close observation; and hating | was no objection on thevide of sugar. | they were neyer handled until so z
to travel fron) extate to estate last bin'Bdward Tennant wae not directly People had told hin that they would The Acme of P urity «
La \ | s HE N DI iRSON, evidence in field work to throw some Mr. Urich replied that as far ashe Th PREVENTION OF FIRE,
eo
ial that thrips which were prevalent | give some trouble, but that wasakind Jauce was referel for the con-
Halletin of the department, Caatur licua, and with that object in view, a new
posed new Publfo Health Ordinance,
of 13 against 8 the division being ay f or.ginal appointment of Mr A. k. Col-
but he personally did not see the i .
Fors@Meusra, Wade, McLeod, Sel- | tary tothe iuard of Agriculture, said ‘in.
FRAT eam oe inners tant merle lier, Carl de Verteult, Hengerson, he Tad noticed that that officer had 386 cen
ALL fF FO LLO Wi N Cj [ [ N ES pee his reason for bringlog auch a| Collens, Mundi Fenwick, | suddeuly been relieved of the Beors: 9 per lb.
E eo
. j Mr, Thornton op 1 the motion |, A&einst ~Sleasrs, Hcheylt, Thorn- ed to reseuble that of the “fifth COR QUEEN & FREDERICK STS-COLONIAL DISPEXSAUY




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, —FOR— the field, he was of opinion that the] untit news arrived by the next mi. ifthe management ofthe stock had
stage by: degrees, and if treated with not agree wilh Me. Tevwick. Ifpeo- | them after purchase, People would
r E 6, S d U é r & a. é free fromm giass, would aleo reduce the | Agriculture What bir Edward Ten. | buy acow that tank three © peuple
Mf suine work left tu be done in con- | inthe objection raised by Afr Watner, | hulled himvelf, “Instead of handling
year, and also to devote some time [interested in cultivation, but he(Nr, | not buy oxen foom the Farm, be:

go into the close observation pe] Profewor Catniody asked the Ento- [4 similar experience to hinwelf,
light on their habits, Hle uuderstoud | was aware the cucoa beetle would Prevention of Lica Odin.

. at Gualco, had been got under by fof standing fost with which the J alderation of the Board,
bs EEX SS CEE A INT GE}. a vrayloge He aleo ptevented sole proprietors Baad already dealt, with Mr Warnersaid the best course to
- hfe, which be hoped a small eum would particular things of urgency were the | visions of the ordinance, fires set by
Mr, Murray moved thatin view of Mr Fenwick fn reply to clause would be fnaei ted to that effect
Tt was inentloned] that thie subjoct
It was being conside LIGHT WANTED.
u os HAVE JUST [OPENED OUT follows s— lene as Scientific Assistant and Secre
¢ eo ity,
motion forward, D’Abadie, Ludovico de Verteuil, Mur |] taryship, and he desired ta hnow what
wheel to # cuach,”

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. Ib waa very difficult to counting the Ihe dfxovllency suid he dosired to | His Excellency satd that alt was | sesso eee ——— .
I } Xx § § ST AT ’ Eatomologist to one thing. © Then ke i 7 3 heck " t,
4 E5« nT t make it clear that ifthe G nyjent | rather andthemajority of men bers
- . 4 I As again in ‘Tobago they OT was asked to putan additional. 0 ler | were leaving the ¢ inority had petter ”





fighting agalnet the cotton pest for »
ie, Jong tine; snd be was golog to eet, 1 ould have to pay for it,
: + ote that instead of the butonivlogit’s y
pet ibe, English Harness wire iuiug wxctudnebsievard to |g tteh Smee ROO
c . . oye. | pp pe
mee Safidpaper Semi-Military Saddles sre Ei eGuver to Tovage, and try, Board for consideration, of the polnt
Wire Harness Buckles or recommend experiments In con | iy Sivisable to extend the provisions | for thelr attendance,

at the dispocal of the Uva, the latter | be postponed fora fall meeting,
iad Laeutenant Colonel Callens acvord:
ingly gave fornnal notice of hiv ques,
tion for next meeting. “

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We bcg to inform our friends and
customers that our business has been
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3 . "ee tion with the Insect that was af ° f > ———=__—: .
; prowels English Basil Skins Ae crete of the Hele of Fouling {Ordinance to THE INTERCOLONIAL CRICKET , ’ ‘
a s Arcade Btoves THE CALL FOR AN KXPERT. tu cocdanute, TOURNAMENT Ag . Marine & ware
orka Reatrico Stoves Mr. Ilenderson sald although be] Mr, Warnen asidtbat the way It .
seconded Mr Murtay’s motion, be did | was Jatended by the Allo: ney General 9 j



B Shovels Propért's Polishes __

= pot agree with bim about the un | ty deal with the uvrdigance, woukd re- DEMERARA V8, TRINIDAD, °
bg: Hoos Boot Protectors —

outan ox iy . . ’
Viana of dlscarsy frou an tt'van found that au citeiy of sue ViSIToHS DEFKATED BY AN INNIXGS

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‘ tli f diseare, frour Europe. Mr. Ete was found that a

me Sheara . Washing Soda Prenticy the ‘Baneging iretor of | wenetal uso Like suger’ gould not be AND 34) U8, PULLCHASE
ReOneS Red Ochre the ‘Trinidad bhipping and ‘Trinidad | dealt with undgr #sperlal ordinsnce saecd ew

XKni Thith Co had spoken to bin on the subject) | of that kindy as they would be making A TAME FINISIL
ves Whiting and he (ote. Murray) thought it would [4 more easy to. cunvict ‘poople fur | Delightful weather favoured the | Cc >) Cc
Se ot Red Oxide Paint bu agonal ting ta Sos Ua, wet, ue ay | having, gaged in, thele posseasion, than | oaucl oe crate ane Trisided yeaten: A.
i. . rt En an a tue, w. ween ne
M HouseuWheels Hubbucks Paints guile wre that, ates rita woud be Yosan invasion of the peuclpte that a uy” at tue be Clair Oral,” dn the

in| i ast buen objec ou npovent un fe tesuinplion D

g Twine 7° Watering Cans sauce belog giveo bla. “There guilty; but owing ta Tialded being seven wickete in hand, were ect 4 get . AND OTHER PRODUCE.




-_ Twine . Furniture Polish was more wisdow fa two heads theo | an agricultural oplony, it was thougut | 2 runs to avold an fanings tlefeat,—

aps Varnish Sad Jrons ope.” and the result could pot bub | peosssary where pestonn ,were foyod | an goa, conch task on paper,—but Oem Om em m em






























: be beneticial, He thought the estate| with uncured ta Jay the onus | under the clrcurnstances a rather dim. .
â„¢ Varnish English" Doe Hair owners would be wiling to bear a | on ibem tu accopnt for posconston, "he cult one. That. Ubey failed was not
y Varnish Tin Shoots perken of the cust, and thers would | include s would be carrying the | surprising. The Trinklad | bowlers 0
© ho difficulty whatever lo their | jnvasion of hat principle tou far; aud | were complete mastere of @ pitas 1 J «
um Patnt Scythe Stones ontrituting AWW or £00 towards | sneaking for hlnaselty in his hymble | lon, and despite the lor jus tincers
eae Chains Barb Wi the cost of the expeyiment, of which | upision, he thought to dy so, | talnties of the game, Wee 4 e i
Res) ar re he was strongly Jo favour, iv would never rvvelve the ssno- | concludion that Captaln Parker an: 49, MARINE SQUARE
! Mr. Carruthers epokw fn support ition of the Secret of State [his gallant band would jhave ” ac . A
Â¥ Comme wt of the motion, e ablect oT ie Uought the ordioance had | kuowlodge an ianin, stoat. Mow
SOLE OR [Settle Tee tatdne tk ating hE | Fettoatat eutiadbtel price “ica | {NOE aldhoughtnaien they wee aot
rr. F elp sa eo qect of a P ucCe wy
p A IDAD dire ion in question. reepy aod petty theft, dagraced; foe they strained ove EB'Ookt ss. A Tr
_ GENTS.IN TRIN . Mr. Mendesvon paid that Air. Urich Me CANADIAN TRADE COMMITTEE. nerve In face uf heavy arrears, play. g



had dene wuch in that direction, Jacellency appoloted - Ling to the jast as though hopeful of
he (the spesker) was yd we bog etSt consuultbee foe ae ie ar wiplug them off, The malin reason of

aud
| A th k ti fall wae the weakness of
leet 12 nia" ofloiun, "the | Pepa and eulen tire a report at ueat | eeip baiting. Many” of the tatemnen Cottage No. 10, Winten Lane,

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inevting, ja coouection wit! Fi
ebtlitg out of an expert to assist | en Frade Commision lalt [carried caution to ‘an extreme and
fin Maaid gow jon; way io arriving the colon shortly +-T'roteeue te played in style that suggested an ab. BHPIMOMNS.
at the altimate alu li view, smody, Nr Corl ceVertoull, Mr Moodie, [ eence of con dence, hole bowling, .

Mr. Murray eald I¢ did not matter and hr ilenderson, too, lacked stlog. and savoured tro ,
to hiu whelber assistanve wag gut GOVERNMENT @TOCK FARM, nich o€ tha variety very, Prgperly AVILY +,
pr nut, but be did pot tke the idea) pruf, Carmody sail it was latouded | destguated “(ualdinus slows". ” On the ©), XE. [WHET IE, »
uf golug outside the Board for any (¢o hold a sale of stock on the 1éth of | other hand, their aldlity as a fielding C/O ACELLES & MERCADO & C0, *
Sarislanes’ Ie Gbuught that a¢} fyleusry,andhe would be glad fur ade- | ade posened of ly eartepluest,
they bad g Leard of Agriculture, } cision og cectala suggestluns made Ly concentrativg, and cleverness In the









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field, has won the admiration of all® DOrnellas hfted the third ball of cream, (9-8-2

who were privileged to witness their
up-blll struggle againatthe hometeam,
With that spirit characteristic of tre
Sportsmen, they took their atand in

@ cricket arenas, well knuwing that
on account of the absence of some
some of their best men, notably
Weber, Simpeon, Fraser ant If 0
Bayley tbeire was a poor chance
Sgainst formidable opponents. For
thie alone, if nothing cise, they de-
serva to be heartily congratulated.
Trioldad has won the fret match, aod
for thia achievement the Colony's,
thanke are due, in the first place, to
Me Uonstantine, who Uke guod wine
seems to linprove with age, then
f the popular shipper and the
other members of the team, alt of
whom helped materially iu the fray.
Gur thanksare alsu due to good) oli
Sol who looked down with an indulgent
eye withinthe past three dayn, The
battle, however, is only half won, and
to-day we engage in the final struggle
for supremacy with the Cupholdera,
Letus cherish the hope that our boys
willl be equal te the occasion and hay-
$og collectet their strength will pet
forth all their powerto regain Ubat
prestige in the West Indian cricket
workd which wax lost tous in January
Jot os the Kensington cricket ground
a Barbados

DETAILS OF TILE GAMS,

Atnoon jesterday the game was
resomed, Nalceolm Learmond and KE.
Phillipe donned the white coats Jn
place of Measra, Verreira anid, McCow-
az who were giveparest. The former
acting as Umpre for Trinidad
and the latter for Demerara, 1) Ornely
Jes and Nurse the overnight batsman
resumed their stand at the wickets,
Messrs. L. BP, Ciptianiand FH, Abra:
haw acted as sworers fur the home
team and the visitors reepectively,
Pascal bowled from the Pavilion end
and Nurse cut his second ball for 4
slugle. Sinali was put on to bowl at
the Northern end and bis firet over
to Nurse resulted in a maiden. Lach
bateman scored a single off Pascalls
vecondover. A leg byeinSinalls next
over: yielded four” runs and hie
brought up 00 onthe boar Pascal
then bowled a maiden to PD Ornelias,
Nui glanced the second ball of
Sinall’s vest over wleg for a Uiplet
and D'O:vellas cut the fourth hard to
the boundary, The remaining balls
were played quietly Ly the same bats
man, Bennett was then put on at the
Pavilion end in filace of Faecal and
Nurse cut histhird ball to the boun-
sary, causing 00 to appear on the tins,
Vie follow od this up with a drive slong
the ground for a singia, Smal then
delivered biethindl maiden to Nurse

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Bennett's second over aud Constantine
breugbt off an easy catch OF 4— 27.
The outgoing bats. played a pa-
tlent game although hie strokes wete
by ne ineans stiiclly otthedax. €. A,
Reid Mled the vacancy and qaukly
pst Benuvett through the ehpe fora
triplet, At thle stage Cipriant wae
entitsted with Lhe leather foun the
Northern end Reid pulled his third
dclivery fur a brace and sent the last
ball of the over in the eame direction
fora single, bringing up WU, Bennett's
third over produced four runs, eid
leing resprinsible for three, Nuse
then palled Cipriartfor a brace and
followed this up witha similar eroke
toleg fora hke number The last ball
of Cipriani’s third over Wied skied to
Behnett who fielded at ehp, and the
latter brought off a beautiful catels
ws lw ‘atnuur jolnet Nurse aud
the latter brought up sa with aatroke
off Hennett for a singl: The first
ball of Bennett, vest over Darnuis
pot through the sbps for a couple
and pulled the fowth for a eimilar
Hhauber. ‘Lhe sane batenan all drove
the uext for a couple Cipriani deli-
veredt his Ublrd successive mauten
to Nurse. Farnum placed Bennett
through the slips fora single and Cr
prant sent duwn his fourth couvnecu-
tive inadden Beunett thea bowled a
maiden to Faruun and 2 appeared
franacouple by Nurse off the third
‘ball of Ciprlani's 7th over, The same
bsteman repeated the stroke to the leg
boundary, bilaging bis individual score
to Ihorett bowled another maiden,
At this atage Learmond took the
fovex, from Constantine and De
annhes was entrusted with the leather
atthe Larniend, fia first over] ro-
sulted ina maiden, Larnna gave an
ay chance to Ciptiaoi off Bennetts
imh over. The next over from de
Gannes saw the downfall of Nurse
who was caught in the shps by Con>
stantine. D6-8-KR. Although = the
outgoing hataman play elaslow game
bivcuntiibution was Invaluable to hia
side, JOE Varker, thu visiting Cap:
tain Joined Farnum and epencd his
account vith a singles to leg off de
Ganaoes, ‘Tbe last ball of Bennetts
next over Parker dvove ban along the
Freund for a single. Facing de
fannes the Demerara Captaln caine to
ped by Learmond off

w@ third ball, 0-7-2 Ouckama
was the next man fu and he drove the
last ball of the over for a single
Facing Bennett, Farnum drove the
last ball ofthe over hant along the
find. Marragin st cover flelded
ailiantly and returned the Lalt to
Tearmond who put down thy stunpe
before Qukania reached = popping

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t heald net

way of makin Dy
think ft fan torkte a girl of sixteen in
her chest, That kind of fun shotild
not be encournged, If she had been
hurt he would have sent bimuto jail
without a fine, but ag ft wea he let
him the chance of peying £1 or go to
Jali for seven dere
Joupe charged dite Fisites with the
oupe char, - le a8

larceny as a bailee of 8707. on the
tb instant, Complainant's case wae
that he kept a bakery snd defendant
sold for him, On the date men-
tioned abote defendant was gives
$7.07 worth of bread and in the aftet.
noon he returhed with G4 worth of
bread but never accounted for the
balance. The defence was that he re
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& quarre! he cuffed ber in the face

without however, using much force.

lie was ficed 76 of three days.
ABSAULT.—The adjourned case

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Crew brought by Constable Murray against
N. OU, Jordan, part ,
bered Parnuns who obtainad a alnaie Willfe Wal tera for beating Mehanksing

at Gallus Htreet,
iveunmed. Mr, Audrew Lamy RY ate
for the defendant. After more evidenre
was taken defendant was convict

and sentenced to two weeke’ fuprison-

ment.
cnn ReT ENS

The Cotton and Woolen Market,

Latent advises “state that the Cot-
ton and Woolen Marketsare advancing
rapidly, and is now up to 20°,, and are
likely to go up higher, Notwithstand-
ingthe tise In prices, WATERMAN Is
offering for a few days only Special
Bargains in White and Brown Cotton,
and all wool flannel, for underwear, at
greatly reduced prices. As these
goods will beall taken up quickly, ay
they are unusual bargains, you should
calland see these before going else-

off de Gannev'a next over. Ln Bennett's
| next over, the thiteenth from the ree
)staption of play, Farnum gave an-
jotber chance to Cipriani in the ali
A sligle resulted therefrom and the
Century appeared on the ting, Ben-
netea tifth bail te Jordan was 8 change
yace, the latter misjudged the Hight
and was clean bowled 10) 9-0. Vee-
Tasawmy was the last man in and
aftr each batswan had acored
& singles De Cannes beat Fare
nuw wilh a badder 303 -10—10,

he Denletara second innings thas
came to a close at 1.10 pynsfor 102 runs,

ALL TRINIDAD ler INNING g>

GC. Learmond b Jordan V2
U.P. Bennett st pd Farnum b Abra:

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A. Hareagin ¢ Reid b Parker Sl here. Waterinan, “The Hatter,”

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V. Pascal ¢ Diinellas b Abra Gehool, School, Schodl, | ’
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J. A, inall¢ Abiaham'b D Ornel- 1 ch00 3 Schoo 3 School,
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bestia eee zi| Ist February. liano and Maudo-
Total lino also taught,

THE Missks MARQUE 4,
DEMBRARA Jar INNINGS. 28 Park Stroet
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EO Pilgiim bOfpriant
a. Parnuin b Rogers

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J? Narse Lbw, Hogers ..
J.B. Chabtal rua out
C. A. Ried b Small os
C. OG. D Ornelas not out,
V. Ouchaina b Small . ae
J, KH. Pather stpd Constantine b
Logera on oe
N. B, Jordan ec Bennett bSuiall ...
J. Veeinsawiy c Siuall b Hogers
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" BATURDAY, 2!Np JANY. 1010,
THE AGE OF JNNOCENCE,
AN ARTICLE rROM TUE “STHURCH

TIMKA” ON IMMOMALITY ANUNU
CHILDREN,





Here Is an article which Publi
Opluion reprint from the Church
Timens—

“While political parties tear onean-
other Uke megatherial “dragons of
the prime,” some of the most appallin
and abyvinal problems of human life
renalo’ wosolved, watouch al:nost
unnoticed,” saya the CAurch Times.

ND SILVER STARS

, 0,00 Gold and Silver Cords—3o,

anxiously warning the nations, when

—which, ala! isnot often they can

get 4 hearing,
RFGLECT OF MORAL EPC ATION.

* Animtmense deal has been done In
recent years for the bodily welfare of
children, both by the general spread of
hygienic (deas—sometimes pushed to
foohsh extreines—and through agen-
cies hke tho Prevention of Cruelty to
Children Boclety. as well as by direct
legislation, Children nowadays are fed,
clothed, and medically {napected, Also
we lve infin ageof mental education
~ the school master is abroad. Hut the
moral and spiritual nature of children
has uvt been similarly caved for—in
fact, the political effort to seculatine
education, and make it purety ‘ civic,”
Is all in the opposite direction.

“Jt ia not surprising, then, that
terrible demoralieation should be
spreading in certain directions, none
ihe lens real that. wearo most of us
content ta live ina fools paradive on
the subject, aud even religiously-
winded ‘people refuse to listen or to
Deheve.

(IULD PROSTITUTION

“And weare not referring fo much
at this moment to vases of indisidual
degradation by upbringing (if such a
word can be used} in evil homes and by
depraved iuothers could the sacred
names thome* aad ‘nether’ be more
pitiably imuused? That ts a plague-
#pot the darkness of which is Known
to those who carry on White Cross
and rescue work; but the law, greatly
as it needs strengthning, does endesy
our .todeal with it. The case of a gil
of twelve soliciting for money, with
two little companions whom she was
teaching to follow her example. came
a few weeks ago before the Cluuch
Penitentiary Association, and the
known stalistics of child prostitution
are very. terrible; but in time it may
be hoped that the trade, 84 ona to
which children are trained by
parents of elders, may be ruthless)
atamped out. Our present subject fs
rather the spread of immorality in
schools,

IMMORALITY 1N ECHOULS,

“When tt becane compuleory for
(he inhabitants of every place lo send
their children to a common centre to
be educated unless it could be shown
that they were Yecelting education
elaewhere, the daoger of sich pro-
mniscuous aggregation of childrest
from every Ein of hone ought to
have beh inore fully recognised: and
provided against. Itis impossble, in a
whool of several hundred children,
or even fewer, that some of the boys
or girls shoyld not bring contamina-
tion and a complete knowledge of evil
with them, Physical infection in
cases, fur exatupls, of skin disease -is
carefully fas led against, but there
is no foo ation of cases of moral
disease, though this fwatleavt ay con-
tagious as the other.

5 We cannot pursue the matter Into
detail, but it may suffice to quote the
testimony of the Chief Constable of
one of our great elties, who said he
doubled Ifthery was one gicl brought
up ia the elementary mbools of that
city who reached the age of fourtven
uncorrupted, Tho superintendent of
adlarge Hifuge repusited recently t—
* Amongst the large number of fallen
cases with whom I deal cach year,
between 2) aud SU cases, | have kept
a record ofthe age of first fall, and
in one case in three have found that
this occurred when the glk sees afslt
attending echool, too often when nhe
wasas young se flyeorsix.’ A paper
Inthe August number of the dirdish
Journal of Nursing evutaloy pajofal
corroboration of this statenient.

THINGS THAT POLKOY THK MIND,

“The state of things asuongst the
boys attending these big schools,
gathered inas they are fron the strocts
of a big town -their tender minds
polsoned by the niutasvope, the picture
postcard, the chlef romance, and the

police court it issald to be as
Ved asitcan be, But the managers of
idy Wie rure} schools are wasued put to
flitter Chemeeivesthutall iewell The
nastiness cf the village street-cormer
can be as aa that of the town,
where privacy te almost unknown
Agaio, On the whole jtie probably a
sholesaine thing that bors aud girls
should ait and learn togelher on the
sau beoch in a village weboo!, But
experienced persons polnt to new dan-

er fron the growing custom of allow-
fy somewhat older jade aud girly to
trove) daily together by tratn tothe
vontiauation school,
A NEW SORT OV DANGER.

Anvtber very serious niatter is the
leavening of higbeehools a pdseoonda:

Y
“\Ve have hesitated mueh to bring | echools by the sharper children from

before the aiinds of our
deliente and distreasing subject of the
. of lramo ality among childrea,
of whieh thoes wha know the fasts are

readers the] the elemeutary sehuols without ao

faquiry 0s to the he f bic
ay apie beciwe free

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White

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BS centa to 20 cents,

Self Oclor Sateons—all pricos, Black and Colourod Volvetoons, Fancy
Morcerisod Volvots, quite new—72o, per yard, Fancy Checked Zephyrs,
Brocadod Satocus—all colors, Brass

25 and

] demands reperate investigation Un-

doubtedly boya and. girlsare brought
ap there under wholesomer conditions
than founerly, and the general tone is
better, though far from being
all it should be, Though there has
been less parental discipline and moral
tramimng at home, there is a higher
and more responsible ideal among the
school teacheta, the ahief defect being
thatofdetinite Chiistian istration,
anda tendeucy to meulcale ‘smaniiness’
tather than holiness, the teaching of
ethics rather than the fear and love
of God in Chilat.
PROWLEM OP REFLGOUs EDUCATION,
“As regards the elenventary and
arvcondary schools, we anay shortly
find ourselves once again In the thick of
the fight for definite religious teaching
and archgious atmosphere. It seems
ineredible that any person who realises
the. baffling and tenible problem
of keeping the whostly enemy from
makingbivewn the souls of Christ s
fants should desire ta reduce to a
shadow ytuluimun their bringing-up
in the nurture aud admonitlon of the
Lond. and, while jealousy excluding
the peasonal and loving intluence of
theclergy, ehoufd propose to give a
free hand to untestert teachers to
fmpart to prowing souls & washed out
iytlatais’ from. any standpoint of
belief or unbelief that they Chouxe,
“Tf teachera are ta be regarded
simply as paid cis it servante performs:
ing a State function, they cannot be
looked to as guardian angels to heep
the Anmortal epitita of Gouda little
ones from scatbe and pottation, We
have begun toreap the crop ofa false
educational policy, Alarmed at the
devadence of character inthe anodetn
School Board chitd~the lack, for
instance, of honesty, truthfulness and
respest—ediy ationslits are urging
the inclusion of meral instruction
leasona ln the caapieulum, But ethi-
ea! instruction deconnected from
Christian doctrine can never foil ue
woth ofbatan. Noris It hkely to
even ethically complete.”
peices aibses lap =:

Mr. Matheson Lang.

Mi. Matheson Latng. who has accep.
ed an engagement at the Millionaires,
Theatre in New York, tellsan amusing
etory of the diya when he was appear
ing at Stratford on-Avan in Shake
epeatan festivals, The property man
atone festisal wasan Iiishinal, who,
atthe end of a week, was txlausted
with hard work. Doring a fiantie
search at the last minute for a missing
Prop “hte eyellghted on acheap bust
a Mhakeepoar, * “Take that. ye dirty
Dlackguard, for wiltin
yelled, and suashed
atom on the fluor,”

Constabulary Band. -

ihe, Fe ea ne wall te
Hasged in the Botanic Gardens on
Eide alent from 5 octock
under tandunsater EE. Ealtiott © --
Light Cavalry
Bohm,



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2 Overtuce Die Zigeunerin Halfe.
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6 election Don Masquale Denizetti
Ciat Bave the King,

~ MOVEMENTS OF STEAMERS.

R M S.P The Royat Bait

ft
Line
HWLAMES -The TALS. oThauws tn
T due here from New York via Ja
maica, Colon, Carthagens, and Lto,
Colombia on Hunday Zird January,
and will leave the next day for Bouth-
ampton, vie Has bados an Cher bourys
hing passenger, cargo and pale,
HAeiader will leave the Lighthouse
jetty, Queen's Wharf, at} pau with
passengers for the “Thanies
Pasengerv are spocially notified Chat
a baggage lighter to be despa hed w
the floikewart Mail will leave the bt.
Vineent Jetty at 104.n3.. on the day uf
sailing ‘aud passengers are therefore
owe thal thelr baggage iv
pefore that bour
ILE. - The JUM BK * Nile ‘1s due
herve = froin Southampton, vl
Cherbourg and Barbadlusoy Wednes
fay Zod Pelerua aad will lesve the
same day for New Yak, via Jt
Colombla Cartagena, Colon and
Jstnalea, tablng A and Bud, clase
aud nal

Re tector will, leave tet ighety ana

r f, at ith
data gecns aate-t wi
iret pameongess are specially

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pont down

Ne, Oolourod Ribbons,

Cheap Feathers and. . Flowers
Confetti and Serpentine Rolls,
SERPENTINE PISTOLS.

Power 72c,
50 Candle Power 96c.

FANOY POWDER BOXES,
FANOY COMBS and ORNAMENTS,

Power 84c.
16 & 25 Candle rower, Bayonct Caps,

32 Candle

Teme

Steaner wlll leave the St Vincent
Jetty at loam, on the day of esihag,
and passengers aro therefore request
ed] to nee that their Laggage ia eent
down before that bour «

Tk ws compulsory for 2nd class
tiggage to bo fumigated and 2nd
Clans paaenger are nelifled that a
aper ial hghter wll leave the St Vin-
cent Jetty at 8 a.m on Wednesday 2nd
Vebtuary to (ake thelr baggage to the
Lharge for funigation

YLYDE. The Re MLS. “Clyde” is

¢ duchere from New York, ‘via Ja-
maika, Colon, Cartagena aad Pto,
Colombia on Sunday 6th Vebruary,
and will leave the next day for South-
ampton, sia Barbados and Cherbourg
taking passengers, cargo and mails

Tho tender willleave the Lighthouse
Jetty, Quecn’s Wharf at-1 pan, with
mas ngers for the * Clyde.”

Passengers are specially notified Uhat
a higgage Lighter to Bodeepatc hed to
the Homeward Mail wil leave the St,
Vincent Jetty dt 10 a.m. on the day of
galling, and passengers are therefore
requested fo eee that thelr Laggage fe
sent down before that hour.
yaa Cs.—The KMS. Tagua’ {Is

due here from Southauopton, via
Cherbourg and Barbados on Wednes
day léth Lebruary, and will leave the

sate day for New York. via Vio,
Colombia, + Cartagena, Colon) and
Jamaica, taking Jet class passengers
only, enigo aud nails

The tender willleave the Lighthouse
Jetly, Queens Wharf, at 1 yan with
paascngers for the * Tagus,”

Ditasengers aregs vesetally nolified that
a baggage lighter to be despatched to
the Gatward Mall, will leave the Ht.
Vincent dutty, at 10 aim. on the day
of «ailing, aud Passengers ae there-
fore requested to see that their bagy-
age trent dawn Lefore that hour,

Compagnie Generale
Transatlantique.
O Leotavp & Son—

AGENTS,

T. DOMINGUE. The Fremh Mall
sleamer “St. Dumingue” from
Bavope sia Cindeloups. Martumgue
and St. Lace badue ete on or about
the 28d January and will proceed
aftcrwards to Demerara, Sinan and
Cayenne, taking passengers maids and

calge
MARTINIQUE The French Mail
JM steamer “Martinique” walue
here from Venegnelan porta or or

aboulthe 2th January and will pre
ceed afterwards to Martinique. Giuade-
loupe, Santander, Hordeaux and
Slavre taking passengets, mails and
cargo.

Koninhiljke W, Mail-
dtenst
Tue HovaL Dutcn Main
AUENTS,
NINS MAURITS,- The Dutch Mail
Steanne’: Prine Maurits is due
here from Venezuelan ports on or
about the 22nd January tino proceed-
ing after wants to Paramaribo, Havre,
and Aumterdam taking cargo, passen-
Beraand atta
puss PREDERITK JENDRIK. =
The WS. “Prins Frederik Hen-
duk’ isdue here from Anwterdam via
Paramailbe and Demerara on or about
the Slut January 110, proreeding af-
terwarde to Carupano, Camann, Guan
taba Guayra, Puerto Cabello, Cuta-
can, Jacmnel, Aux Cayes, sot au
Princo and New York taking cargo,

Pawengers and maila,
tk: New Yorke-Varamarito
Bervice,
Tux Rovat Dove Mar -AGxNTs,
N ANOWIINE, The wa Mato
wijue’ is due bak here fron
Paramatibo via Barbados on Tusalay
the th January 1910, and will leave
waue dsy direct for New York taking
cargo, pawengers and tails,
S WAMACCA. ~—Thee.s. * Saramac-
&Y caâ„¢ is duehere fran New York ou
Monday the 3lst January 1010, and will
leave sume day for Paramaribo taklog
COrKa, Pasenyers and malls.
cen BNANE. — The s.s, * Coppe-
name" is due here from Paraipar Iba



Koninkliske Weat In-
dische Maulienst,

on Monday the Jlat Jeausry 101 and
will leave soune day diiwel fu New
work Waking cargo, pusscuyers and
ta.

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Alarbados on or about Tu y 25th]

January 19tW Boceding afterwards to

ia Qnayra, Pto. Cabello, Curacao,

and Carthagena taking cargo, passene
gers and mails

. The Hamburg-Ameris
can Line} ‘
Vatu lt. ECHLERER 407"

GENTS,

IRGINTA, —Thes.s. * Vieginia® of

the Hamburg Amettcan Line ia
duofhervs trem Hamburg vie Bt
Thouaa on or about January 23rd,
rocceding afterwards to Carupano,
Ta Quayta, Puerto Cabello and Caras
tao, taking cirgo, passongers and

mails,

WCUWARZDURG the as, “Schwar
YVaburg" of the Manburg American
Ling fs duq here from, Venezuelan
perta on or about January 27th, pro«
couding afterwards to Havre direct,
taking cargo, passengers and Mails,

«€
London Direct Lina °
of Steamers.
New Cotontat. Company
Lp, AGuNTS,
QARSTOON, -The a0 *Barstoon*
3 in due here from London via Bar-
badow and Gres on or about 2th
Jannary 1910, proceeding afterwarde
to Demetata taking cargo passengers
and mails,
WTATIA. ~The an, * Statlaâ„¢ will call
oY oon of about 4th February Wit
taking cargo for London, Havre an
Contluental ports,














































SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.

ARRIVALS,
January 2ist.

Wurre Ska, Brit.stmr. Re McAulay,
1,223) tonsa, 21 hours, Larbados,
water, ballast, and 1 paswenger, To
Jullan Ttust.

Vinita, Ven, sloop, Piecre, 1 ton, 3
days, Don Pedro,—7 bage tanaias,
Tpleces balata, 4 bag corn, and 4

bunchee plantains,

Koume Verne, Dritish schooner,
Wenzell, 7 tona, 18 day Mahone
Hay, N.S.,—12 butts, 15 tlerces and

57 poxew codfish, 68 tieces haddock,
108 barrels berrings, H) barrels ’
toes, 10,10) feet Juunber, To CG. Fy

Jiuggins & Co. .
DEPARTURES,
bono, Butte stmes Hee 2,313 ton
mmo, Balt. elmer. Bridges, : fy
Demerara, &) crates onions, 6 bri.
srrowrvot, If bor sundries and 10
asvengers, Uy Gordon, Grant &

Ye
Panciaves, Dutch stmr., Coolen,
1,083 toua, Lahla Blanca, 3%) to:
bunker eval. By Gurdou, Grant



Closing of Malls,

Maite for Parsiuariba by the “Prt
Maurits” will be ¢lused’ on Satu
the 2nd at IZ o'clock precleely, }
tration closes at 11.90 a,

Malle for Barbados and Europe
IMS. *Thames* wilt be closed
pen 1m on Monday the 2ith {

tegistraen and Newspaper Mall
11 atm. Noney Orders issued
Parcels Post received up to 3 pnt
Saturday the Zind instant.

Malle for New York by the “ M.
wijoe” will be closed on Tuceda
Bhat Mo'clock prtclety, Re
ton eloves at 11. At

Malle for Gronada, Kt, Vincent
Naw York by the “Crown of
wht be elused on Wednesday the
faslant, at Below. a

ewepapers ats gisira cloves
25) pee oa +
Nye





+ reer se smereemonamnaniecnee ener ree
i " GITTENS

EGARRIACE and SHOEING WORKS

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aN oS Aaoa

ST CLAIROVALS









Other Ladies oe

<0 “__TRI. DORTORSPAIN GAMETTE, SATURDAY JANUARY _f2_ i010 eee 4
TERCOLONIAL 2 Boy ‘chi
aye Mount Can "TREVOLVER Stuul Nvteket modreemeat 4940, | Ft M:5.P, Stam Packet Co. Ony}

> NTVHE wodentenea
win
+ Mart Sailings to Burops, 5 ay pbstarday tee ine
THAMES ...- vente ee aut Tenement coven dep






The owsor in willing tg

-— a vy
NP ap: » 2 aye 1910, CLYDE tumate at hos C
r ROAD UNVFILING: OF MONUMENT] FRESH SuTPMEN' ae sided ot Deigearn QRTUNA 0... Faby; ale Bin Res. detuoa
ra. Mo. 25, TRAGARETE 9 “To . . ay sac Wrinentay 1b, Thnreaday 2uth an Tague To bere ain TERMS—GABH,
"PHONE-—-NO, 459, . rida ow Hirat: Blateh “ ome aa
b. ee The LatecBev. f. L. BRESHAN, P.P. Glasgow Steamor [fa iat: _Wipnet of fret coer | MAUDALEN A 3 Abntus Rae
= 7 Ti N Altar meneding on Saturday 22nd, beMonday | atkato yl Mey 16th — — =
\s@uamose || TUBER vltisate wie petcanly Fe NET oe Cy “hr to. tolomts| FOR SM
. “eUA22 Erected by bis friends will be Solemaly Sold by every Dealer dhrougaces Neason Ticket om Next Sallings for Pto. Colombia
eat STAMPS. Blessed toa Colony - = = Ticket for any one Mate . a Carthagena, Colon, Jamaica & A corua meh
1 :
Mensome Pre] Of alls‘izes aud' deectiptions are now mannfsctared On the 24th: of Janua: WARKRANTXD. NAL Tesidente ta the Golony whe How Yorg. de cucnatt, Abo
wmzoms bathe premise by ty ‘ arsnot members of the QL.G.U, cane jee, Settee
Ww. XX. KUIXE | worm, pot oblain admission tu the Pavilion Peonine asus. Pad Feby. 3§ acres, of which ie 8».
armas 77, Queen Btreet, * Ye Apamsoy Paintexm. By Hus Grace aN pu tiolesome under any clreumstances m “ Ta L Se wil’s nets fey Jes I | abere ere mist sae s
sel = = = ~-Centl $2.00 | pacer carge acd mai! trees, besides small '
Ik YOU ARE ENGA ED _THB MOST REY. DR. DOWLING. Appreciated by all classes, frome itttes Te ket en Houschotd oo Thee Tagas e wat fake tot pes: contracts on the Fetate
7 Gi highest to the

FOR_ SALE!








—
era—Gentlemen . 72
BOLD IW BARRELS 1 dos. PIRTE Tales ot Mterubers’ Household a




toogers only, cargo sod malls,

mort gega of $700, No
First & Beoond Clas Passengers and | feeds
tked fre

A god chaos tg a
erate On Very eeay Lome,

° baggige lansed and emba
Ityoa contemplate belog engaged, or if you know anybody We beg to offer to our Custo. and os QUARTS, each. Other Ladies even. ore eae thia port by the Ooropany, For fartber payee
" who fs engaged. you should net torgot mers and Friends, Season Ticket -entlermen $1.0 steam launch, — St Viceent 8 cot, iq
when . * i k we
EREVS IEW ss, 1 veeneos sraeny, | MHOTHER SPBOALLY SELBOTED | Eeyery bottle has cork | Baty TÂ¥ -lentinn 3 tontto, ail Gasatd Ghugows | ee
sj. —-D Canaco or branded Sena a centee “ Inter-Colonial Service, FOR Sa
randeq, Nik—Free entry to Members every: — . =

. * . *
Don't order from a catalogue watch shows a pictyre ofa Diamond the
eis ® of a locomotive flash ebe and only got # mero flittle twinkle,






All Heart Pitch p ine AND CAPSULE EMBOSSED. wheres Adimlssion tothe Pavilion wil
LU

















——e
The Company's Intercolontal Steamers

.
IT eave Marbados every alteroative Tues: LA MADGE—

: * . h h the Members’ entrance on ae ELPL Double Cylioge:
Monoy refunded if quality is not as guaranteed. MBER, See that you get the genntnearticle | Trarsrets toad ad day, proceediog toi ing via Gre | tach ts ose thEaslents
° At follows :— To the Public and Ladies' Stands on ) pada aed 8 Van ree y TO [ Motors, She le Qlts Ge
‘SEE WHAT YOU BUY. 3x3 SCANTLING ,., s4ufi feet FOR SALE BY, sao Street, north and south re- (8) Gren ade, Bt, Viens Bt, Lucia | 824 Sit Ons, dec p. a
x F ove 73 4 t 1 Stand Ilave- Dominica, Montrerrat, A ntigns 1
~ OR axe » ” Pett " RIS IROWAR Dit i Cl tak treet Rothe oF through any ‘ot News pea Bt Kitt, aturtag very Comfortabs a
oe 8 - he Turnstiles, 0 Barbados via Anti, ont
K ST AN D A RD HOTEL 333 . as 13037 9) ‘ To the Ground through the Turn- serrat, Deminics aod Be Lacie mkt th rainy Bite
4 3x4 " sve 80,377 ,, Ch St-—Televhone 190 stiles on Tragarete Koad and St Clair | GandO’ mili be booked through by | Mh ere than deselerentd
(OPPOSITE RAILWAY STATION.) in . ue aude sf Aver. A. 8. Bowen, the pompany's Meamera to ell ports | ited. For faithar parties!
fe os SS * | Ms Henry Dick | —__seistr G00 /"E e. cnreat at, moderate eMail aes
° “e . . tates, the charge loclading delivery of |
=, wees 5x8 ee «=: 3,903 ATELY arrived from New York where
Rostau rant, Cafo, Billiards, Sx¢ : ove 3.417 . ty the bes lad practical experience of CAUTIO N, iumtion io ery town in the United WANTS
i ’ " soe" the pubile tliat ob HE TUBLIC is berety” cactioned -— .
Fe neaiy a tienes sos tt Rano Rony n | Lrg hs mare | erates eee tinae| CONCH Pia
" — —Im. ] quite, Moiugs, from Mie, by > Mit-
ena now be had at $35 MONTULY for RESIDENT BOARDERS. This inetudes | Ix arb BOARDS... 25,006 | CAF stops before the house.—Dcb Jan, t= ane, iat fon! Be eerie | te eee neers ° aie . HCE" B,
the best of service. Call carly, only a few vacancies, ” oes i ”







































I

is

Wxl0aodup » ee = 16,108 _,,
2xfo PLANKS... 14,122,

JOIQ. RIBELRO—Praprictor,

t beg te notify the pablo than I will not ] given to any purchasers,





“ nr 31 306,673 feet | hold it bie f cebt or Woe BP. SAMUELS.
= Lx6PH. @SileoG.&T, 92160 yp | dete Sontrected by my wile dace | 161/t0—Lw,
Up xe Pld. 28ides 0. ST. 13,183 Jammiogs, she havidg leit my bowse and | ———

A ERE MEN DEE.

UCIEN'S COCOA & CHOC OLATE are the mot esteemed articles of diet on
the market o9 account of it putritive propertics Hung unadulterated they
have po equal as ibey are manwa cured frum the A cured cocoa, you alve money
wheo you buy
Bucten's Cocost!4s Ghocointe
because they are wade locally, and therefore are not subjectto Taf Keform duty
“as foreiga make.
Cocoa in Mil Tins, asc, Chocolate jon gc; Vib Tabeia 6c %1b, Tablets
tac. Packages of 50 Chucolate Sticks or Tatiets rib" 30s,
Tofpe had at all Grocers aad Shopkeepsre and eholmais from
SLBA T LTUOIIIN & ao.
a late & Cocoa Manufacturere, 1, Charlotte Street,

M 342,036 feet
We uffer the iboveas waual CHEAP

J,Q. NEWBOLD & CO,

Sth Jatusry—Im,
ReILS D. SEAR

Coastal Service,

Xo, 31 Uetacre direct,

——Noedbrook. deveny S=tom FT ENTEHP/ISE LIME ESTATE,
GH'GJAKA .

Smith. Robertson & Uo,



ue SS, “Balwhin, | Choguasas sation,

I ipided Se bogshead:
100 Barrela CEMENT —" Peters’, of ‘Comseattaied, Lima’ juce aan etl as







OW RY nT WING to tbe R M.S. ** Kennet ” datilled bme ol, and a supply of green limes
Travelling Representatlre—HENRY E, GIROUX, OVS bes . a

* { * pp for the pur for tha Amencan, Canadsan, and Eogish mare
Prone No, 89 pene of Se sdockun bia the: Sith Ex Recont Arrivals, bei dwrogibenaeg ducting
+ 1° Gee pm ARREARS GERAD, .! . 7: + * oes
* Senees ite peetarmon of-tlve Keacelcney the | Cie Finest HAVANA CIGARS | cactston te main roud) ond a eay. eteapate
oP Governor it hea been aranged that 1 Case BRAZILIAN CIGARS, factory erected under the superrition of the late

the ILLS. St Apey © shall “pertoran 1 ve Wa periect order,

AND EX STORE e noe Essie o MnprOVINg every year. aad wib

ST. RAPHAEL WINE, the demand for me juice and green lmes
SULPHUHIO ACID=in Drums of sipertany io invest an trees

S cwts, . Dbippreg facihties consist of a rallway siding

QAUTIER BRANDY—all sizes. ands man Foad, oth on the extats,

the vervices of Trinidad and ‘Tobago,
dning that peed, the following
being the itinerary,

Uo Monday 28th February, '

FACTS

MAOEMA DOS stl Svoga Guapannoyaues St Mar’ | OLEOMARGARINE—Oadaie So 1] Pato mcive Str could roma on
CIGARS AND CIGARETTES [iti sees Mcn ce URE EMRS scutes | CEDDES GRANT
t the BE t —Fises
x . S L ot 4 te Poco, Neatborougts tartising HARNESS—Best Loadon made, T, GEDDES GRAN I,

Thursday). ‘hence goes Weet roun
Tobago calllug at Mitford, Plymouth,
Man-of-War Day, King's Bay, Rox.
boro, Pembroke, Hilleburo, and Scar
boro (auising Priday) leaves Scart
boro on Friday at 10) pon with
Unglish Mail calling at Toco, L'Anse
Neire, Bouquette, bans Sune, Grande
Itviere, — Matelot, —— Blanchisseuse,
acciving at Port-of Tih on Sunday,
u

Un Monday 7th March.
The “syey * to go North calling
at Uilanctusseuse, SMatelot, Grande
ftivien, Sans Sut, Bouquette,
L. Anse Noire, Toco, and Scarboro,
(arsiving Wednesday) Thence to go
hast round Fobago “calling at Mills
bors, Imbroke, Roxboro, King’s
Bey, Man-of, War Day, St. Irvine.
aul bek to Searboru (aniving
Thursday) leave (he same day for Man:
zanilla, bt. Joseph, J'laisance, dt,
Margarets, Guayaguayare, Moruga,
Erin, and back “to Portol-spalu an
living on Bunday, .

Uo Muvday 14th March.

Toth * Renvet "and “Spey " resumo
their vers ice ag per Printed Hinerary,

pevarea GULD MEDALS of the bighost awards whersver they have oceo 9 BROADWAY,
wer Mted. The oely CLOADS 08 CLOAMIETIES amended in eatihnste ot hooeee
**wibe Jamaica [ntesnational Exhibition, 1891 ,
Mactado'a Cigaze and Cigarettes ase for smokers of culture and dlecernin
ate. Gnigne in quality and aroma, ;
, The Woskmansbip acd Blending of MACHADOS CIGARS AND
‘ CIGARETTES caanct be excelled of equalled

sae B. & J. B MACHAULO

LA TROPICAL Established
AB Harhone Ktreot, Jamaica.

Cocoa Bags, [ito

Of Cheon Bier, OO MANUBE | Plat Joshitia Rast Goelam,
13th August, 1909]







E there deys of Tac relormn, tod other

DEN TISTRY. cE man inseive oben the Savage

Dr J Raloh Carrington LA PETITE GLACIERE
Ut }

Databliiabhzmment
ascad ate Ontlege of Dental Sere Sepeals net only to ble numerous custom-
gery New Yor wee Beoces- era Lat the pubhe geoerally, ard eopecialiy
vor 00 Dr. A. KE ERROUKY, thore who love to make their dollar go far-

Oomors theet, lodeed it beboves them to vista bis
Seno ‘i Backrille Berees oppostea Fevabluhmeut, befo.s going elvenbere for

CONTINENTAL — |hristmas Supplles.
Oar 10, 32 and 14 Years OLD RUM,

INSURANCE coy,’ ee

(hye who koow what Goud Rem
(RE MAECUB 8)





WE HAVE THE MOST

“COMPLETE STOCK OF JEWELLERY,

SOLID SILVER WARE AND ELECTKO PLATED GOODS

in tho West Indios, Fresh arrivals by every wail


















Wearo Price Maxrrs, Plcasosoo our variol STOCK and compare
our prices: There is nothing moro prossutablo than a pieco of

Jewellery or Plate. piyaite tomar tee are] Bie on Marah di
These srqaiways valuable andican be convertal iote ready CASH, Soe our | Square. Lot cf-Spain, hk on ~ Bre all 188,
Show Cases, and we will tell you of the great redactions we have 48 b Sacusry 1910, SPECIE, ETC
made in every branch of our Trade. ° Auction Salo oan. x
on -—OA— .
WEAE WON & CO., | weosrspay, ao resy, wio, —___
PI AwAe Hague. Iten Liox Sova Factory SCHJOLSETH S HOLLER
a « r) Y ‘S.
Aa +4 Churlutte Strat, *] Deron ese eee
UNBEK tetas sesied the under VICTORIA INSTITUTE,
See ee ee a eee
net |, iow . ive ie, FIRST TERY COMM A Ee ,
$ Sode Cand Tises Prunes Pioneer tw dayne
tu du aees Potent Botton, Comair and Shelve
8,
Pes eeyala ze crates of aes wire arTo'cock, Typewrlog
Sale at 1 pm TUESU 41 5~Dressmahing at 2.0 aod 6
derma dtrictly Cash, Sana Pecoe eet {Beglaners)
J. M. DANDRADE, Type writing at #echoch «6 Onl

is, Wecater for the middleman and we
koow bis wants, A tral order ie all we
ask far, we make it as Specialty in ovr

Forall Further tufo “mation ap Trade to give the Biggdst Value foe th

OUR * AIM

ia Danae io piesse adcue Customers
aud ple se them lo a way 9810 ensure thew
é



Constant and seguiac patronige,

La Pelite Glaciere
Dee. 24,--101 No, 9 Chacon 8 -
a 8









—-
oat tanh enenr}



THE BOARD
Industrial * Training,

on Ce

/ ~tinans
who hare rcovtred
PRIZE Ltt thTeaened ween ‘he

Cratt’ b xhibition,

- -—FOR—
jsugar & Cocoa Planters & Builders

TRINIDAD LIME:
STEMPER, MANURIAL AND BUILDING



fuba Mactine — Complete = (llarnana
fey Gale, Shands. " MONDAYS~—Licerck ond Voint Lace al

pote, Pure), eth fou for & aod
Syrup, Loteurws, Exeevun, Hrushes, Ring, éo’olock, French a8 6 o'clock, Spashb

4

~ ° - the to'n ofSa0 Fernaudo, These proper-
Wife Noticc. tics has ing bees bought by me in ber pains

when an infaut, powes isn will not be
Pelee WARD CUMMIAGS, FOR SALE,

FPSHIS thas property cousisting of about 350

‘ -. acres with about £5,002 trees, 2¢ acres
OFFER FOR BALE ercelent pasture and splendid water supply, is

situated oo ibe radway love two miles from

me juice as well as

Canktnetenepheconing*="'t LOOK Ob for Clamens’

BERIZS of advertisements wi] sh volo k 12 tho sur poop,
AN published, illustratiog Til shortly ANDEKW u

sad how toobtein ir, How to buy, make

and wear your anits,
tho tens ey suits, dresees and ‘hits to

ip tn a few days atd read Ab cares

TRINIDAD YB WORKS,

Half - Bred Gelding,

Tesle pedigrees,




Addus, JOUNT

nex. BQuaAat® Dianofori Tuner, §
Port-of-Spain: Port-ol-Spaio, Jany ele

“Auction Sale. |~ DENTIST

Gowen

HF anderelened wiil offer for esfe on fy ghy
T Monte ene Jeouary, 1910 Letwren Dr. H. W ° i
the hours of 7 & 8 a.m, a WOUUEN (Geld Mes and Dee

ZENEMENT, covered st! h eleanired AMiharry i ag Coliges
Ton, aitaate at ied Street, St, James, ~
tor arrears uf root Team Cat yo maw Ewotevic
JKT PARRIS
Bail and Auctioneer, All beanch a ci 4 ptodate

Ashced 90 bu fern prineipe

INSURANCE, Pries— PHONE 38 Nov, ty'h-





















FIRE RISKS oa all had WMIONE

peniaaceptal by "| A DYANGED eam

oe . TRINIDAD Lé

The North British & Mercantile} 28 Pe
THINIVAL, 3

Jn the Supreme Court of,"
Tobagaj
No, 270 of 1909,
Inthe matter
The Ordinance No, 43 relatie
of Tutante’ Estates

~ INSURANCE CO, LTD,

Vatablttahect 1300

Total Funds at 3st Decombor,

08. .sseroeeeeeee£19,121,310 0 0
Total Revenue for year 1908

., _£4,281,436 10 10
The strong pesition held by the Company
oc this, the centennial of ite establish.
ment, abould appes! to al! those who
desire Bale Loeurance,

CLAIMS PROMPTLY SETILED.

toe Ara ines
The trinidad Shi & Tr
tos fest © alae

—o—_

MARINE INSURANCE effected on Cargo

Bpecie, (Gold or dilver) and Regiteied
Post, by

THE OCEAN
MARINE INSURANCE CO, LID

or ZBOoNDONR

an
Yo the matter a

The bumb'e Petitium eof Pre
roe!, an infens nade t
cara by bis father sad
oweph Lerond Villassel

——
N parsaance of an order of
¢ Jastice Kessel
ter on the 9b day of,
Notice is hereby given thas
been presented to the ‘
All sod Singular that em
of land situste in the
the island of Trinidad
acies aa bounded on the
Land on tle Bouth by Ja
Worrel aud ny the Caz:
on the East by Crown l
Wea by the Cap ce Vile
pected ‘by a ravice wiucd
land Is under the provis
Property Ordinance, And
Ution wid te beard
‘bursday the 6G b day of
the hour of 10,30 voack
andsny perp wheiber
lends or not may apply
motion for leave to
to or insupport of the
copy of ths petition ma:
Sppication to Mr A
No. 8 Sechrilie Stiect iat
of bpain, bolcitor for be
Dated thi tib day of Us
ANDREW Ne
of No, 8 bw

p

Pet

NE ing oft
N.B,--DPbe bearing th

has teen ac yuped to
day of Fetsoury 19.0 08














CAPITAL 4 am se £200,000
RESERVE wn eae B200;c00

Agente:—THE TRINIDAD SHIP.
PING & TRADING Oo LTD

INSTRUCHVE ADVERTISEMENTS.

belicutos fa

‘antago,
Look out fir Now} Adv. shich will

For Sale,

Strong, styllsd, legs perlek—ltp bands,

ALM ~
Might Weluade HUDDER tyRED | “Fite, cous of Beet
6:

* ata on Feldey sud Saturday, the Sb end Ub Reald *
a_i bertios at &35 pn APH pent, aselnvined ¢ Bnucaax Cee
, AUCTION SALE | | “PEST Dercbeed oteranads | Petemsity or by ler se SPAY (Fm 0 | Dade 6 mosthe sn oe 5 Launpe and A proa Pete vidoe eed
Endorsed by Factory Managers, Planters & Builders say) ae Sraleck, Shoribane (Adv ace. T, B. JACKSON, securing Iodtmuny te,
¥guperior to any imported Lime. FAVOURED wie tastactcm, che] UAE Feeleets Book hecyasg at 7 lat, 10. Beoretary, ~440— ilewe in ease Of 856
7 Conan aa dt Ri plu | THURADAY Ave Keodnwert at cans | MT ATBORG HARNEMR Alu ae now | Peer Puieing ot mela
. an r - eR STE 2 *
Cheap & Always Fresh. soak Mitont uu bataiiy ziud Jaunsty | Seana: Tptecmiucret yes, ot, 8 Aver :






WG fom § pw. Veiuatie Hosnbod
Ferauuse aud Effects qonureisg Coe.

Oucked, N.T Twlea aod Web pisade,
Waggonsties, Bereaus wich Muro, NT.
tal BAW. Couches, Rockeryand other

eceost. 7 i .
teh (late: 2 few Weg as $ aia, dpa:
I

IMPORTANT !

GOR the sofvimation of
I feuds sod Chestel’s seoeray
bave decided to Scorpt, snd Creseaes
ioase = any pat “fle doused in tae
Gimiclia Agency © br Sens a












pau PARTICULARS FROM



Chaise, Earke Gua Burros” Kiegaat Cheat KEX
avetn wi ie, ob g19, & . ”
uy ware apd Sandry articles BS MONDAYS 8 te— Engi compra:

The: Trinidad Shipping and Trading Co., Junta. ja teeta Gets Sclly [wes EsDay, 1 pin Drone

ee
Chdsens FUR penis aap Rauistagap
are: Can.

! ‘ort Cards tenet
Wy Mart, a, 56 Freeerit

W Dest, FRIDAYS, I pm casibmevo. Terms Libperny,

ay 0 tbe .
or Sede a Oaiee OF tHe the Mana
ey .

See
lor Sale by Auction
MATURDAY, 2200 JANY , at 1> ve




vlhos,
Tocoase in 1907. ese =
Total Fu as siss Dos, 190]

» Procea,Towu, TALEPHUNK Aad
oF, Ter, Re ewict, Ajes

Webmiw.

bube ay Foryeul-dpei—
|. bub Agents, Sem

* W, Bosyun & Ca Dect. 1m





. Intendiog siudente are invited to give is aA pROQDEN TENEWENT covered wih | 284 pobubbed daby cy J. fal
a MANUFACTURERS. worieg Pte! Dal & Avesincee, DeLee 00 SP Amatant Gecevtary at Licsated Bal Avett, | Bette Bonen ands, geasat Bet, Jeep {oF No, 182 Your Des
- i IH, ‘ » W. BROWN, where commenicaticon 84h
. Avcu.ater, — Eley will be seontred.
q 4“
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Bae
us. “ORTONA.”









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es pees cK, Rte Ie
a A iAD5O ‘ 6
y WADDOCK Mo. Ib
“y | a D HEREINGS aba dor
HIRK CRRAM — 48e. Jat,
FORT CUEES Gue, Ib,
DR SALUT CHRESE G02. Ib.

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, ny, 7 Ch ent, Phoce 633.

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: eoalaining, Drawlog Korma, fae
Piakse Hoow, Pontes, éeo

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Bia Suc Bevy, of Louie Doty,

*totuage 6 cores Now Buteek
eaetttlows G trees sonata for :
oo yet sad quit legality beer
sewer pod e’eora light.
Lovanace, 35 New Sureeb,

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C L EN D N N N t S TAIRIDAD FIRE TRSURANCE Co.

GENT'’S

Hat Department.



Katmiterc,
(MUTUAL & €0-0PERATIVE )
ag, CGnacon Atreet
TELEPHONE No, 62

VE Secretary of th the Company bere-

1
In this Department you can always rely upon gotting storling valuo r by informs the boldera of policies

for your money, Wo buy in tho best smd most fashionable markets | 4
to that vo can viways supply our customers with

4 Good, Reliable & Up-to-Date Article.

Below wo givo an idea of a fow of the lines wo carry —

GQeNTS_ STRAW HAIS—the voy latest shapes, In 2 in, 2f in, & 24
in Brims, trimmed in Greou, Browa Naty & Black, frum 2s. to 6s.

TERKAL FELT HATS ia Drab, Brown and Black, from 2s to &s,

ALPINE Do, Vo jrom 2s to 8s,

TELESCOPE FLT HATS—ta all phapes, PO 2s, 6d. to 83,

MOTOR Do, Do, Lo, from 2s. Gd. to 4s,

PLANTERS' FELT HATS—Broad Brims—from 2s to 83,

CORK & RUBBERR HELMETS—covered white and khaki, from
3 thillings to 14 shillings.

GENTS SILK HATS—irom 6 shillings to 25 shillings

GENTS O4?S—in a great varioty of Shapes and prices,

BOYS’ STKAW lAtsS—from Vshilliog to 3 shillings,

BOYS' FELT UATS—from 1 shilling to 3 shillings,

BOYS’ UAPS in Tweed and Serge, from 6 cents to 24 cents,

CHILDREN'S HATS to suit any B 4, from 1 shilling to 6 shilling.

GIRLS’ SAILOR HATS— sine tho iad for School woar—broad brims,
from 2 shilling to 4 shillings,

Just Reoeived m Now Lot of

COLOURED ELASTIC TAT BANDS,

{no all tho favourite colours, at 12 couts each



J, GLENDINNING & 6O.,

5, FREDERICK STREET.



ated 1904 and 1905 that there is atills
balance of unclaimed cash dividendsia
bis hands, acd begs them to apply at the
Compeny's office for said dividends at
earliest convenience,

A. F. MATHISUN,
Secretary,
Port-of Spalo,
2othSept. 1909,

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Trinidad Building and
Loan Association,

OFFICE: NO. 18, OH , CHACON STREET.
Telephone: mo. aa
oe

HE BOARD OF DIRECTORS has de-

elared an INTERIM DIVIDEND of
4 per cont forthe half year ended on the
30ch Jane last,

Members who hare received the Bud
up value of their MATURED SUARE!
daring the period are now Invited bo a) pig
to the undersigned at the ollice of Pine
Asociation for tha CASH DIVIDgNbS
corresponding to ssid shares. Members
whose MONTGAGES ARE NOW CAN-
CELLED by moana of bnew matured
shares may apy to the olfice or their
reseotive RELEASES ani will receive

IN CASH any balaace standing at eredis
of thet said Shares.
e A. ¥. MATHISON,
Secretary

Port-of-Spala,
Zh Angasy 1009.



GALEDONIAN

TRINIDAD SATURDAY AY JANUARY 22 1910.



Carnival,



HAVE JUST MARKED OFF A

ASSORTMENT OF

Gold & Silver Goods,

NEW AND UP-TO-DATE.

Gold and Silver and Cold, Fancy Laces,

. Braids, Gimps, Cords,

SPANGLES:;

&c.

Grand Display New On.

NETS, GAUZES.

Cry

&e

EVERYTHING FOR GARNIVAL,



SK HOOF & CO.

In rederics Sir eet,

HOUSE.







CLHARING * LINES

MEN S READY-MADFS
MEN'S SHIRTS
MEN’S COLLARS AND TIES

MEN'’s BOOTS AND SHOES

MEN’S HATS

MUSLINS, ZEPHYRS, CRETONNES, CARPETS, RUGS & CARPETING.



‘~IN—

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LADIES UNDERCLOTHING

LADIES HATS AND RIBBONS

EMBROIDERY AND LACE





FLOWERS AND FEATHERS

LADIES BOOTS & SHOES,



Goodwille and Wilson Limited.
FOR SALE





JUST RECEIVED

SUGAR BAGS. in bales of "400.

—~ ALSO --

4 CASKS FORMALDEHYDE

On Consipument,



7 ES CIE" IE
Red Salmon * Mariposa’ Brand

Medium do do “Siempre Presco do,

\Fresh Censigument of fy Patersen’s Table Butter

| Wassols Bros. & Vou -Gontard

70 SOUTH QUAY. :
WAM OTH -'



w
sJalshed) Ap,

F J JfOlk SALE HALE—Togetber or separately),
one good driv ng pony1¢ hande high,
tne Cansdiaa Hubber Tyred baggy, vce
et Evglish Haroese (Black), “Alta ood
cvodition. Apply W. F, Kxow es, ga
eral Post Oftice, or at No, 5 Broome Strced
BE Clair—Javy. J—1m.
6. Bricks Dey Worcs, vesgut
{ea Biank Pointe, good dreft, also
good coder ssdile, periectly sousd and is
ond orter, Apply to Jéuae Mituan,
Oey Milles'eBtares, Lid.—Jen, 14 b—2w

WANTED,

AMLL [Howse — wanted to Tent ia
good Jocaluy (fareiabed or a far
ly tet at the otboe ct

(his paper, dary lat Is



rina. es U0,
BAND CONCERT

roe onda,

wile o Jsesary 2uh,
HE regular Tae lied” Concert
fe by the Poles Bend ot Foor
Roads will bed oe Tucsdsy, Janeary
25h, 08 8.3 P.

Extra Cass Feed seats will be provided to
soorumodste ihe lerge pamber of peop’e
who will attead the sane.

BOYD & CO.

—BY—



Ex Recent Arrivals,



50 Tiorees “GARFIELD” BEEF

60 —*»,
50 Warrels

“JOVITER BEEF

180 Firkins “ PY Y. “GUTTER,

s0/3
150

300 BAGS NO. 1 DEMERARA RIGE.

—~AND—



250! Cases CONDEASED MILK—* Nostles.”

—"* Milkmaid,"

G6 Broad way: _

TELEPHONE 152,

Come

eed

DAILY ONE PENNY.

SKEOCH . & co. I New 60c, Novels,
1910.

MAGNIFICENT

THE SETTLER—Ral
THE LADY of BLO c
*

Rider

ACTIONS ¢£ SE OLIONS
Rud: Kipling,
SAILOKS KNO(S—W: Wi Jacoba

OPEN OOUNTRY — Maurice
(Hewlett,

BARBARY SHEEP—Hichens,
SURADELLA—HMarion Crawford,
WHERE BILLOWS POuLAg
‘Alléa~ Raine:

Mr, OPP—Alice H
PRISCILLA OF
INTEN[—Halliwell Sutcliffe,
THE FLOWER OF THE HEART
—([Narriott Watson.
NEATH ASTRAL SKIES—Louls

Bocke,
CUT OFF FROM THE WORLD
Frank 2, Bullen.

DavidsonsTodd

TILE ARCAP®,

J. M, D’ANDRADE,

24 Sr, Vincent Sritert,
Assurance and d Canora Commission



REAL Estate Broken
AUCTIONEER,

Anditiog of Accounts undertaken.

OPPOSITK GENERAL POSE OFFIOE.

| VERNA OES

TRINIDAD ann TOBAG ayn BTOBAGO,

on ie Exootleng Ble Goor,

Katbrea uote, Ko €3

Gcmusaderâ„¢ of the Moss

ttoguisbed pre we 8

Micheal and bt George,
oraracr # Commanderie-

Chief In dad over the

of Trlatded aod Tobago

i Dependencies, Vice-Adml-
ral thereol, &o., &6., dea.,

GEORGE Ke ik ER DUNTE,
TROGLA MATION,
\ HEnEAS by Bection 2 of the Cus}
toms Urdinanoe, 1909, the Governor
is-empowered by Proclamation bo probibls
the‘importaclon of goode or merchandise of
any description whatsoever
‘ow, thorefore, I, George Ruthven Le
Ifuote, Governor sa aforesaid, do hareby
probible the lmportatiog lata this Colosy

f the article k “Rough
aod aay similar preparation soa Tab

arsenic,
Given under my Hand and the
of the Colooy at
ieeromene House, in the
Towa of Port-of Spala, ia
the leland of Tria
this anda of Jan

by His Exealeetys Com
- AV. aN “eNaGas,



eae Port-of-Spain Boone
ihe Portas i ee

“INHAT ia liew ot “the Howase feos ta
Bchedule 2 of the Heckstera, Porters
aod Carter Ordinance (No. 150), pre
teepect of carte and bacdcarta ply:
or kept Jo Port license fees be payst's
Foe every a either] kept in the
Town of Port-of-Spein of ply>
iog for hirein the Tows
Port-of Bpala an, oe $4 80 pe GE

For every cart kept av places be-
Towa
9 aod cowlag
bat not

yond the limitsof
Porv-ol-8,
fave the esid Tow
piging fos for bie w "0
ow: ~
For ¢ every beads cart either kept Prat
jatbe Towe or plytog for
bre i ia the Town of to
For every motor veo acd d orery wer
Towe of Portol-dpaing12os $12.00
fown ‘or
Thet a cory of thls resolation te tow
wardod to the Colonist! Secretary to be
sabenitied for the approval of His Excel.
lency ihe Governor is Leglal ve
ursuantia the provision Bet
amet usta
ve uti io
tlre Couneal the 2b Decem!
alay ha TKN AGad
of the Ovaseil.

VME TRATION ORDINANCE,
Kate of Wages fo for Tash Work,
ft ¥
¥ vistee af the power ¥ sated fa Prached

dase, 1008 (Na. 151000 T piileraby kr the
eum of sevectcon costs per diem

tendance on an jmmigras
Given la Erevan ¢ Uoaneil thle 200k
day of, Speco ber,
(8¢9) GOMER, tangwre,



value of iree quarters far os ‘soedical 59






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