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ISLAND
PARTIES
THE VERY LATEST.
I auppHcd,
Ltd.
Mog-ador’
Stripes,
WE TAKE THE LEAD
White Goods for Easter.1
LÃœXPIPE.
ThB Cooliat Smok* â– 
SKEOCH & CO. i
GREAT
BIC3- VALUES â– 
3 CORRECT FORM OF
‘NECKWEAR
Just Received at
GLENDINNING’S,
And on Show in our up-lo-Datc
' Gents’ Department
GOODWILLE & WILSON, Ltd.
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SUGAR BAGS in bales of 400.
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FOR SALE
BOYE- & CO.
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talsB^—dglggp 6, Broi
Recent Arrivals.
, Broadway.
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wra rouT-QFSPAiN gazette Tuesday mahou in íom.
Hardware*
, Wo specialist) in Hardware. Oar Planos and Saws w<
import not. merely because they are Planes and Saw
but because thoy are tho BEST Planes and Saws to b
had for tho money.
I Stack EVERYTHING T
BUILDERS & CONTRACTORS,
SHIPMASTERS, ETO., ETO.:
WE "ARE HEADQUARTERS FOR THE . .
NEW AGRICULTURE
BARRETT’S Compound Rosin OilVARNISH
FOR COCOA TKHBS.
We imvc tbo finest BLUE STOKE in town, ve stock DEMING
SPKdYEltS, INSECTICIDES, KRESO, oil kinds of AGUICULTÃœRAT.
TOOLS, including
AGOSTINI’S PERFÉCT COCOA PICKERS,
MOTOR GrABAGE.j
ELECTRICAL AND FINE MACHINE «¿ORÍ
, OUR SPECIALITY.
AVo do wlint cannot lo dono anywhere cIbo in 'town, ;-j
Nickel and Silver Plating.
1
MOTORS & MOTOR CAE WOK
FOR HIRE s
MOTOR LAUNCH “JOYE.Í
Most comfortable boat in the Gulf
in â– neasto-arsx.Ta tbx.eff
ARNOTT. LAMBIE & COMPANY,
SQU-^EIE]-
IMPORTANT TO FAMILIES
‘Queen Lager’ Reer
BREAD CONFIDENCE.
ENGLISH BAKERY.
WANTED AT ONCE,
m 1111,1 si
J. T. GITTENS.
, AND “TRIUMPH
■1 WE THINK | * ‘
toil "It BBHEFIT UV OUU CUSTOMERS.! BOTH FED ON
We Carry for the Easter Season
’"“KsIiIkIm»"»"'
W. C. ROSS & CO.,
iMolassine
Meal


The poitf-oy-sPAtN gazktte' Tuesday ^fA~ncit m ioio.
ie New Fashionable Dress Material “Nordiea” is still Poplar with Ladies.'
mi.n Mntr I CTTT.DTMT.il iinilf’m . T-. nvn . . . _. _ _ .
AT THE BONANZA.
StJESIliE" CRYSTALLINE SILK (soo tho March Delineator pago 169) has just come to ........ ...
31 shades, 26 inches wide, 30c. per yard. Please ask to see it at Tho BONANZA, '
mo Tfie New Beaded and Sequin Trimmings to Match, 1
The Latest Silk Velvet 'Couche1 in 40 fashionable shades, X Cut 72c. pe ryd.
ÍADIES; MISSIES’ ^ZEsHD nTTTT,~T~)T?,Tr!TÑr’R ' G-LOTES-
In Black, White, Cream and Colours, in Cotton. Lisle Silk and Imitation Suede. Imitation Suede are washable and very durable.
LADIES’ WHITE KID COURT AND STRAP SHOES, BEADED AND PLAIN,
I'
BONANZA PRICES.
New" Laces, Lace Insertions and Fancy Trimmings — See our South Window in Fredereck Street.
A special line of Coloured Chiffons, 40 shades, 42 inches wide, 24 cents per yard.
FASHIONABLE STRAW HATS. A FULL RANGE OF WARNER’S RUSTPROOF CORSETS.
1 he Delineator lor March describes all the Styles (or Easter Wear and we stock the Buttcrick Patterns lor them all,


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Magnificent Choic^
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F Picnic

ISLAND

PARTIES

We OUR SPECIAL GROCERY
mOeR LIST

oon on eee

fe d, Meat, Ice and Vege-
e¢ supplied,

stephens itd,

ITHE STORES.

Fe
i
Fil

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; a AND =
PENISSION MERCHANTS

Mo. 4 Honry Streot-
vl is PELE, ~— ~~
A .

if

MALIN + GROCERY

NEW SHIPMENT

DRIED FRUITS

E. “IN 1-LB PACKAGES:
Bi ves, 200, por pkg

24. on

24c,

ig
q









eos wae,

18s

« RICE 2.150

ON WHEAT FOOD ~Fach Pack:
cntaics a piece of Chinaware
ser pega,

By ag Om
} >

iwille & Wilson, Ltd,
Se For Ront.
fe SENT —Bosiners Stand at Man-
‘ No. 3, suitable for Shop and
mot wide OLaviEns ooh rlotte
A 0 IZRI, 9,
wem-lb March, 1914, =In. anowte

SENT=NO. 7 Corner Backville

Richmond Street, Very comforts
ie Poasernion at once, Apply
eno $ & Co., Colonial Dupevssry—




‘ —~Corage No. 12 5:, Vine
Breet, pot very far teow ths
pee With all the onvecioace:, Rant
ow th, Poescaston ah once,
ge Se Rosse Co,, Col, D apenmizy

RENT—Chitage No. 63 Picton
“i freeeot oceusied by the Rev,
, Conresiences. Posvessi 1
ree, Apply to Da STOLLMEYER.
= Ml Morch 6 -Im.
—No 67, Freserice Wuutts
Tranater Ktation), suitable
Cory or similiar tasinas. Kiot
fap? $24 profiisble advertising hoard:
d Possession ith March.
war PEDRO PRADA, Lrp,—March

Se NT Ba aura,? No. 10,

paee’s Park East, gow ooogpied by

tng Eoq, Rent $59 00 monthly.
},

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,
ist Apri, i910 Apply to
STOLLMtYER's Othce.—Bferch

te faye No. 10 Hroowe
+ Bo Clair, contauizg diawicg
-Pooma, roome, pantry,
ft ¥de gallery, sewersge and elec:
* javtatted, Posseeli a from Jat
2 aph7 2 & Berard Achao,

me MERT-Ns 2) A Gon Ruel.
peat Tabs sod Bewersge tratailed
Media Lawaix, Broome id, St
RO Culetonlan Hunre, Immediate

, ~Fab. Wh ten,
BNT-Tiree aad onnwodious
Nas2Traguete Wied, Lae
a Ga » Kent 15 monthly,
Ri 48 F STOLLNZY EMS Ofb20,
Matanad Bt —Feby, 16—1m,

For Salo.

CURAP Property Ne,
Atsrer, Siwerage Tetaiets
Tpericulars apply to AGAR'S
BY DepoteMareh 8.



‘ win TOR acres od, +
; — talureted, ta good eonditive,
cs ag biees, “de Chagesaas,
Arply osu Avvsres
net ther. Fores Villoge,

TY) n
Toperty No 7. Deuead
Apvly to “Anroxig RODE
Feiae tuvey Bakary, Mateh Qerlan

09197 VOL. XXX.

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THE VERY

‘Mogador’



Stripes,

THE CORRECT FORM OF

NECKWEAR

Just Received at

GLENDINNING’S,

And on Show in our up-to-Date

Gents’ Department

eee

GOODWILLE & WILSON, Ltd.

For Easter—Ladioes
Glace 1 Bar. Shoes

from 60c. to $3.60 to $3.00.

Ladies’ Tan Glace
1 Bar Shoes 72c. to
$3.60,

Ladies’ Oxford
Shoes In Glace and

Gun Metal from

72c. to $4,560,

. TxE CALEDONIAAN HOUSE.



JUST RECEIVED

SUGAR BAGS in bales of 400.

— ALSO -.

4 CASKS FORMALDEHYDE

On Consignment,







WH OFET EX

Red Salmon § Mariposa’. Brand
Medium do do *Siempro Fresco’ do,
— ALSU —

A Frevh‘Consignment of J Petersen’s Table|Butter s



Wessels Bres. & Von tontard| i

qo BDUTH QUAY,
WHRONM G7t, -

Ladies’ Black & Tan
Gibson Tie Shoes,
Cuban Heel, $1,323

Ladies’ Champage
Shoes, Gibson Tie
Bar and Oxford— j'
latest styles,

Ladies’ Wine colour
Shoes, ankle strap
and Gibson Tle—
The Latest.





TRINIDAD TUESDAY MAROH 15. 1910.

Ni THINIBER FIRE LESURBNGE

LAsmaK{todk,
(MUTUAL & CO-OPERATIVE )

223, Chacon Street
>

TRIRPHONE fo. 62.

ue Becretary of,the Company here.
by informa the boldera of polscies
dated 1904 and 1905 that there is still a
dividends in
his bands, ard begs them to apply at the
office for sald ditidends at

balance of unclarmed cash

Company's
earliest conveaience,
A, F, MATHISUN,
Gecretary,
Port-of Spaio,
2ethBSept, 1009,



Trinidad Building and
Loan Association,

OFFICE: NO, t#, CHACON STREET,
Teleyphome: No.52
Ce ganee

HE BOARD OF DIRECTORS has de-

clared an INTERIM DIVIDEND of
4 per cent for the half year ended on the
30ch Jane leat,

Membere who have received the psid
Fp velue of thor MATURED SHARES
daring the period are now invited to apply
to the undersigned abt the office of the
Astociation for the CASH DIVIDANDS
corresponding to eaid shares. Members
whose MORTGAGES ARE NOW CAN.
CELLED by means of their rostared
abarea may apply to the office of their
feeective RELEASES and will receiva
IN CASH any balance standing at oredle
of thele sald Shares.

A. ¥. MATHISON,
Secretary

Port-of-Spain,
Fh Actus 1900,

to $5,00,

to $6.00.

to $6.00.



FOR SALE—* Btanmore Villa —Queco's
Park Weet, rovtainiog & bedrooms,
large drawing and altting rooms, diving
rooms, servants rooms, stabliag aad coach
hovaes, bath and lavatories Inside and out
side, Land rons from the Qecen’s Park Veet
inte Picton Street. Sewerege and Electria
Hight lostatied, Fer Jarther partiealers
epply to Rost, Kignauas, Crows

Otice orBreacex J, Kit tox, Port-of-Spaia
=March6 b—

yor SALE=Small Cottage at No. §
Nisag bizeet, 8t, Jemes, on ia ds
of C. M. 8. Fetnam, ooutalaleg draw-
teg-room, diviog-racm, two * bedrvows,
dreesieg room. and frutt balcony 5 bell
of piteb pine ard covered with galvanised
fron, ‘bt be vo'd chesp for casb, of 6
art of the purcbeee money tay rewaia to
Pe peid of by joatelmests, Apply te“ C,”
at the office of this Paper.— F456 16 —Im,



Lost, _

OST—Ua Fusdsy, Gh March, from
Me Edgell Jobustoue's residence, bt,
James Stzved, Sen Fernando, Lerge green
talbiog Parrot, very tame, Asyoue bring-
ing esme to the atove addresa will be suil-
aly sewarded.—11/4/10—I w,
Al Daugre Uren

view tnformee
tion far reacovery of same will Le rewasd-
odo March G&

=TWerweea Dalene Villeye aod

eo on nah.
agle bowed (ball). White with
tieck markings Avyvce gi

Bi Ci ‘Sal
Poser contataie ane friuate Silver
Yieder oa deioging same bo this Uttics
@ill be acitably tewarded—7/3/1w,

| WE TAKE THE LEAD |£”£##swoxen

Men's Black & Tan
Balmoral and Derby
Boots, 960., $1.20

Men's Glaco
Lace Boots,
Form Shape, $2.40

Men's Patent Lea-
ther Lace & Button
Boots from $3.25

____ DAILY ONE PENNY



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6

:

1

SHOULD BSMORE A

LUX PIPE.

The Coolest Smoke

ow narr=, |

Every LUX PIP is guaranteed
not to crack or burn, and if found
unsatisfactory will be oxchanged.

—IN—

White Goods for Easter.
SKEOCH & CO.

GREAT

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PLAIN, ALL SHAPES— .
WITH SILVER BAND" i
BiG VATU HS NP he |
—IN— Sold by
WHITE PIQUES AND FANOY MUSLINS ... 4. Ge, 8¢ & 120.
VICTORIA LAWNS at from. eee nee ontts DAVIDSON and TON)
INDIA LINENS at. or Go, Be. & 100, '
LOVELY FANOY MUSELNS'” BINETIQUES at’2heeuy * a
A y MUSLINS Oey SS at 24 cents,
8 The Arcade. }
~ RS

New Laces and Embroideries,

NEW WHITE FLOWERS,

NEW WHITE RIBBONS.

WHITE FMBROLDERED BLOUSE LENGTHS at 72c. & $44,
WudITE . DRESS ‘ at #300 and 25,00.

WHOLESALE * TRADE,

WE UAVE THE GOODS you RNEQUINE AND
Our Prices arc Right.

VICTORIA INSTITUTE,

Petroleum, in Trinidad
A PIP mM THE OIL WELLS At

ILLUSTRATED py LANTERN SLIDES,

Hie Excetleacy Sir Gaorut Le Husre,
KC M.G,, has kiodly conseuted to preude $

ava Lecture on above subjects, to be given

ad the Victoria Tostituie og FRIDAY =?
EVENING, tt MARCH, Ubaur qill

be takea at 8 30 p m,

Jatureri—Mr. RANDOLPH ROST,
- ADWUSSION ~Free to Members and An
SKM © CEL BG CO OC) aoclates, Non Members dix peace, i
~ . ray, .
QOVERNENT NOTICES
GULF STEAMERS,
ISLANDS AND BOCAS SERVICE,







AKRADGLMENTS FOR EASTER
wotibays,
THURSDAY, ZiTH MARCH.

The Gulf Steamer will leave Port-of-
Spain at 4p.in., for Chacarhacare, calls
ing at all stations, and will return te
Pot derect the sume evening,

Gent's Patent and
Kid Oxford Shoes}.
Newest Shapes,
from $2.40 to $5.00

Good PRIDAY, 23TH MARCH,
Thera will be no steamer service,
BATURDAY, JUTH MARCH,
Thesteainer will leave Port-of- Spain
at dau, for Chacachacare direct,
sad will touch at all stations excypt
Teterons Bay onthe return trip, ar
tiving at VortofSpain at about ‘
825 aa.
The V.J0 t.1n,, steamer will run as

Kid
Foot

Gont’sPatent Court
Shoes, Medium and
Round Toes, from
72c. to $3.00

sua:
Inthe afternoon the steamer will
eave at ¥ ocluk lovtead of at 2
o'clock,
KASTEN MONDAY, 27H MARCH

The steamer will leave Portof-Spain
a0 53) a.m, forall stations, She will
leave Chacachacare at 3 p.nr, will top
atall stations, and will ariive at Pore
of-Spala at about 6.45 pun

TUESDAY, LTH MAKCH,

‘The steamer will leave Portof-Spaln -
at dau, for Chacachacare direct and
will call aball slations except Teterons
Hay on the retur nfourney, arriving at
Portof-spain at about 825 a.m.

N.L,— Choap return tickets avallable
for the day ouly way be obtained on
the above dates at the following

Taleste
we Ye
es 4

Vive Islands
Gaaparee

Monos me le

oe we SB

J b. Hausen,

, arbour Sas
Harboue Master's Oftice, "
Sth March 1010,



Gent's and Ladies’
Felt, Satin and Mo-
rocco Slippers—all
sizes and prices.

a

PALE)

Sencar emnetapaeeeerenmnire ananassae,

FOR’ SALE
BOYD & CO.

Ex Recent Arrivals,

OVERNMENT Moves,
&th March 1014
lila Excellency the Governor

wee wh Yk

buen pleased to uiske the following or-
der t- Satatles of Government officiate
aint Pensions willbe pald ag from the ‘
idl lostants Government accounts x
av from the Zlstinstact, Governwent
Contractors, aud olber persous having
accounts agalust any of the Publig
Depa: tiweots for suppliog between the
ist and 150) iuetant, atv requested to
wiblialt theu ta the He: of the
severe! Depa: tinents in tine to be for. '
warded tu the Treasury on or before i
the 11th instant. Charges for supplies
Let ween the 16th and the Sis uslant i
will be Included in the acoounte fur
the month of April,



20 Casks CONFECTIONERY ‘Buch inan's’—os voutaining 70 Lote,
10 Tanks Do a l'o vo Tos

20 Case + Lo. . Lo . "

100 Kegs MISTELA WINE—* Bunol*

200 Cases CONDENSED BULK! Nastlée =] lbs

100 Cases . we Milbrgal dod The

341 Bags No, 1 NSGRA RICE 100 Boxes * 1, D" PIPES .
20 Bags BLACK PEPPER 2,090/2 age Hine YAaOTORY

,

diy Gourmand,
res. iW, kNAgGs,

Colon! | Secretary,





bo the 2b March for the pare
sue of the surplus stock ab the Totaga
‘arw,

200 Hoxcs Cube Sugar—en, 50 lbs | | FILLED Department of Agricaltore,
200 Boxos FANCY” PIPES 500 Baga Pure Ground OILMEAL, ves Will be reoolved by the Mang.
‘ O's ot the Government Soock Yera,

Y, CARMODY,
Duestor,

6, Broadway.
TELEPHONE—183, “t

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. Bod March 1910,

eh te?

‘tai ot Mama t
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' Hardware. —



We specialise in Hardware. Our Planes and Saws we
_import not. merely because they are Planes and Saw

bat because they are the BEST Planes and Saws to
had for the money.

Wo ‘Stock EVERYTHING ‘for

‘BUILDERS & CONTRACTORS,

SHIPMASTERS, ETS., ETC-

We sell HARDWARE at PRICES which other Houses
cannot mect.

!
WE'ARE HEADQUARTERS FOR THE



This, the FIRST? MUTOR] HEAL QUARTERS of the “Island is nut merely 4
ef our bivsine ss. We hivo a Feretand substantial Power Workshop in’ Abercromby Street pa
with everything necessary fur the repair or ronewal of ANY “PART of a (ar cr & :
crorything from the modelling of ¢astings where repairs begin, to the: enamelling and sinping se

they ¢nd,

ELECTRIGAL AND FINE MACHINE Wi

OUR SPECIALITY.

We do what cannot be done anywhere else in town, 3
‘

Nickel and Sil Silver — Plating
5



IS OUR PRINCIPAL LINE, AND,IN THiS’

NEW AGRICULTURE MOTORS & MOTOR CAR WORK

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

BARRETT’S Compound Rosin Oi VARNISH

FOR COCOA. TRV Hs.

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

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

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WE HAVE NO COMPETITORS.

Cars kept in order by the month ,for a nominal sum, All repairs ar
of the best, We IMPORT Cars and. Buases at all prices and guarantt
satisfaction.

E'OR EXETEvE:

WiOTOR LAUN CH. “J OVE: “

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. WMost comfortabie boat in the Gulf.’
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MARINE

ke 9 Light Weights,

ix , a Crown of Navarre’ meant venues etgn te
fore Me Blackwood Wright vesterday

ith having in his Ponsennion for ase
Tor trade a male doz hght. Defendant
pleaded = giuity. Ue was further
charged with having a two pound
weight $ox. tight. With respect to

FROM GLASGOW,
the second charge ‘defendant produced

‘ acetiificate of justness for 10 and



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feet. The weight which wae male of
porcelain appeared to have Leen tatne
vered with. Defendant nas convicted
on both, On the first chargehe was
fined £2 or ten days andon the latter
he was mul ted jo the ean of £6 with
. Semen alter native,
with iia ing for use two scales the ane
nit 0! balance and the other § oz
i eferntant who was vepresented: b
Mr.o McOarthy. pleaded lly to the

ii
ond statin OE
was for saie and he dil nol tase ft.
GComplainant staled that when he
a defendasta shop on the
rd invtant he saw four scales
on the counter. He pointat out
to defendant that two were defec-
tive and went away. 7
were not sentto be putright and when
complanantreturned to the shop two

days Jater thescale 3h os light wae te

moved from the counter and the other

put tatoita place Complamant pointed

ub to defendant that be could have
bee n char

Fadl agaln for continuing to
use ove of the wt.

ales, The Magistrate

convicted defendant and fined hin £3

on each chatge with the alternative of
teu daa iwoninent,



ea en ey
\ ANTED.— Bosid and Lodging by

by Amedlesn Rertleian,
Ad drow erring Shuai” Ay vite Granta”
Utes. Maron 13tb,—Iw,

tRINIDOD
TRINDDAL
nthe Buptome Court of Trinsdad and Tobsge.
SOC ae Ord N of
0 ne
rolatiog to jhe vale of werante porbay aad

1a the mater of the bumble pstition “. Hin.
bertis Hanes ap infant wader ide 4:
pie by her mother sed meal ies

All gad oimgu ar the ‘uoaivided three eb
bare of the potitiuner Baneruts House
thes C 0:

y



Vierrs was next charged

Â¥ | 2nd -"QUREN LAGER is mids f-om Male aod Hops, Imported Baers are



les | 4tb.—Our Brer is bréwed Ly one of the mos: exper: senoed,







Hams, Raisins, Xd. Fruits

. iW. C. ROSS BL co., Fue EE UR, AND

puati is what our frien Iz have in us,
us as they trust their doctors |
Measured | by the satisfaction we yield the
andthe savings we afford your purse you will
oura an attractive Bakery to tie to

pulse

“Queen Lager’ Beer ;

Tet— WHY payfraneé for spported orled Lager Bet, wh Beet whea ,“ QUEYN LAGER® is 80
superior In body, Aevone, aod autrimen

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Made from 3) to 49 per ceat of prepired Kice or Maza Why? Becausa these
twoartitles ars enormously ch: aper

ard—One Beer is fermencel ia steel aod Gisay Tauke.—The very lateat ryatom

design Ta our Baraoqailla Brewery wa were among the frat to ‘udopt

thie form of Permenting easel, though eaortuously expensive in comparison
with tl we vessig universally adopted. Aobauser Basch, Merhoger
Lenn, Pabst aad ‘Schmidt, in the Waited States, aod maoy Europs: 10 Brewers
are at the preseot moment erectiog thie class of Fermenting veasol

je justly celebrated in Byath, A Gautral Amerion aed Gabe toe one

a justly celebrate? in Seat mnerica, Csutra! merica, ao uba for . tt.
Brera he bavat all times produced. . eme

bth— Beers produced
character, aad aré distingtly oot as oourighiog sa the production from Mak,

> Wa pay Leavy rates and taxes, and give craployment.

Six GOOM mvzAGONG, ”
Ask your GROOKR for and snavet that he ends you == b

‘Qucon’'s Lager' Boor,
Walters Trinidad Brewary,

86 South Qasy |

fom 0 lergs proporiion of Rico or Maize show their’ poor

Telepbooe 437,
Port-of-By ain. —2u.b Feby Iylo,
—Lortof Spam ub F

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LATES? TELEGRAMS
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DEATH OF 3.928,
Loudon, Jith.
The deaths are announred of Mi
James 0 Connor, Nationalist M.P, for
West Wicklow and Mr Timothy Har-
slogtoo, Nationaliet M.D, for Dublin,
CHLESS MATCH,









In the trophy cable chess instch,
Eogland soured four aod a half andthe
United Htateutwo and a half, Another
American defeat will give England
permanent possesalon of the trophy.

MR. PATTEN EXPLALN;

The “Maochester Guantian” says
thateome of those who hazed Mr lat-
ten were tarred with the aaine stick,
and doulless this explatns his hostile
reception, Me Patten saya he receiv
ed over G0 Ietters, many enclosing
cash with a request that he woul:
speculate for the wendery, and his ol-
fect in visiting the Lxchange wae to
show that he waean ordlpary anan of
business withopt borns or hoofs. Ie
thinks the situation will develop wo as
to vindicate bie judgment, and he wilt
try andietuin when be js better under-
stood. Other fournals,—for ezaniple,
the * Pall Mali Gazette” and “Weet-
milnater Uazetter reerd the dejwun-
stration as jus eo

1K Witte MESOLUTION,

Ju le expected that the House of
("% othe Veta Iesolu-

Commons will
exleis

bo due shout

yl therefore

(see the March Delineator :
se ask to sce it at The BONANZA. j



under Ube votes supply and ininisters
by rengning abruptly wider those con-
ditions would force Mr Natfour to take
offfce uncer conditions detablin
from getting votes of supply ‘Lhe Lords
however,

reeolations, Chua foreing Mr, Asquith

himself to apply for 4

The

bery’a resolutions iminediately and the

vite will be deferred indeflaitely : they

w!

arrange his time tage ‘so ingenionsly

without their concurrence

TILL “ TIMES” ON MAR ASQLITIES
TACTICS

the passage of
undera (hreatof Adinfnistrative chace,
and Radicals, Labourites and Natiwna-
lete-are co-operating in a better
Mr A
ground, Mt.
Churchill doing west of the fighting
Whether Mr. Asquith appeals ta the
Country upo
the Veto er the Budget or both, he
willatgue Uhat they have made the
raymentot old aye penelona finpowal-

evallow the Budget through fear of
taking office under such condilions,
Mr Asquith is made independent of
the Nationalists; the Budget therefuse
recel ven new life and sigoilicance The
result uf the néxt election is dubious
through
Liberals inay ve. frightened by the
financial chaos and digusted by sub-
servience tu the Natlonalists

AMBMBER OF

Ernest bhac
3
TI et JALALLA








six weeks’ iuprisoniment for forgery uf
atelegram to the “Dally Mail
scuibing « hostile receptien of Mr.
Lloyd George at Falmouth during the
recent electic

an abnormal
eccuities of
attraction,
Stuck
experienced within the
years, Much ¢
frecandallzed, and an increase
bankrate is




dation scandals rivals 1

Houlanger and Dreyfus jo
Brland, the Vewnlet. ehhergeestoensth-
e reoDs
tally. Tetare the diuclawure, he had
staven fur reform agalost the bureau-
crate and bis attitude after the dis
elosure cannot be criticized. The



Lwen arrested wud cpufesed to cubes
denwot Of two ouilllog frame fring

peti 3 nr
hape [sll liquidation [evceelings aa
be re

woe, VON DETIMAN IN THE
PHUBSIAN DIRT

in the Va
Soclallst ead I






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page 169) has just come to hand in -

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AND CHILDRENS GHROV ES:

In Black, White, @ream and Colours, in Cotton, Lisle Silk and Imitation Suede, Imitation Suede are washable and very durable.

LADIES’ WHITE KID COURT AND STRAP SHOES, BEADED AND PLAIN,

. _ New Assortmont at BONANZA PRICES.

Lace Insertions and Fancy Trimmings — See our South Window in Fredereck Street.
[ A special line of Coloured Chiffons, 40 shades, 42 inches wide, 24 cents per yard.

A FULL RANGE OF WARNER’S RUSTPROOF CORSETS.

The Delineator for March describes all the Styles for Easter Wear and we stock the Butterick Patterns for them all,





| nity of forming an opinion on her, but



Sersaries o1 the revohition of 188 now
approaching, Yesterday there were
demonstrative suffrage strolls in’ the
same mannr an Bettin recently at
Fravkfort. Breslav, Berl and cle-






the game little mare lookeas élick aa
ever.

Mark Meddicr, who fs a most line
proved horse, was given a strong
Faller over the infle and when given
his head over the distance canie along

him

probably defeat

wheres
woukl CONDIDENCE BRGL1S CONTI.
DUACK,




manceuvre by postponing consideta- in A manner that reminded the on-
tion of the’ Veto Kesolujivu until Prince Weng oof Viassa in an [looker that be iat last looking some-
after the passage of Lod Kosebery's p address at Hamburg assured Germans [thing Jike when he made his first ap

that an a result of his recent visit lo
London, Engiand offers an honourable
and sducere ficudslup. and a aia ar
duty reate open Germany. as confidence
Legets contidence,

A SCANDINAVIAN LINER

. AGIOLND,

Adesatch from ¢ bristiana reports
the Seandinavian Viner ¢ United
States" from Copenhagen for New
Yoth onthe Lith went aground in a

pearnuce,

Balgobin took his charge Vidus for
astretching gallop tron the gate, and
ineveased the pace gradually from the
standa, The horse went strong, aud,
should nothing go awry with him,
there is every promise that te will
Bivea good account of hiwsell,

dotrap and his stable companion
the Correo colt were extended over
ata furlonge, and the colt, though give

yen map tice,

Lands will debate Lord Itone-

Thus not allow Mi Aaguith to



The * Times” is very severe regard




ing Me Aequith's tactle« fog. There wae no panic aud the gaban | fog the four yearcold a dilference In
BNDIUSIASTIC. MINISTE.LE papcngere are boing traueferred via | welght of Sa7b,, stuck by the side of
ALISTS. Stlt hols fi nts. Thethiid class pamen- [his older cival from the distance to

The Mintstetiativts ave enthusiastic | gers will be went to New Yok per [the flush, ‘The performance is ail tho
regarding a fighting policy for forcing { sieter chip Sheww vow unloading pre | uiore creditable from the fact that the




eolt has been in Mr. Azevedo's hand
now fur only a week,

Maynard way given 4 gallop to the
ay fulong pale. wherehe was catried
along by Nr Bloud’s unnamed ¢ hest-
nutsolttothe gate There the furner
eloeed in on the colt, and, inceowing
the going tothreequaiter pace, they
went along the pace side by shlg. ‘The
yonngster seems.to have plenty of
heart atid in tinw shoul’ prove ai ace
quisition to his owner's stable

Meny Widow and Me. Milne’a une
naniel colt werethe ouly others to |
pub in aw appearance, and while the

former waa restricted ta stow work,
the lattes was given e aullewith @
suaait run through. —.iryosy.

i
tthe Budget and Veto



pier vy to pefloating
“RESIDENTE-TA BE CONLERSWITIE
DOMINION ADVISES
Washington, March 1th,
President “aft Shas conferrcd twice
with the Eudhtor of the « Tetonto
Globe and other Dominlon advisers,
Lar) Grey and resident Taft will be
speakers atthe University Cla Dine
ner at Albany, New York on the 19th,
AVE CONDITIONS OF CIFIZEN-
SUP IN POLO RICO.
ABU confeulng citicenslap upon
Porta Rhanw has been reperted
favomably with a clauses forbidding
eorporntions to hold) over three
thousand aces of Jam. The conds-
toons of citlrenslipy are
those for naturalaation he the
States. Tise members of the Upper
{lounesare uiada lee tive atid meu
ership is furbidder to any executive
onicerof the Government. ¥ (Before Mr, Juateca Sian)
A NULTLULIION ANUS COMMITS | Dreyfus & Co, v Tou (for Judgment)
SUICIDE

Pittstang, March Heth, MAQISTRATL’S APPEAL

President Taft attended the funeral

of his brotherip Jaw Thousas Laughlin

wultiauthonaive fron master who
Lonanitted suicide by eahootlnyg,






sprit,
ulth renmins fn the tae h
Loyd George and Ab





0 the Lords’ rejection of

le; on the other hand if tbe Unionists

similar to
Tyrter!







ignorance of how many

To-day's Court List,








ANTARCTIC
PEDITION COMMITS SUICIDE
Mr. Army taxe, a member of Sir
leton's recent Antarctie




London Cragwell ¥ James Alexan:
der, Juhn Henry Ashby v Cyril Rol
ston, redetick John v Davids Ram:

ition has committed suicile,
MA AT CALCUTTA,
The Dalai Lana of Tibet bas atived






Cal ft top t SIANMSIEIY MOVEMENTS, persatt Ablach, Jlarits v rm
foe at Tenal bathe inthe! Cenges. dle Grenada Maich 13th, Nor Judgment) Philhps ¥ Alleyno
waa niet ab the railway slations by | ‘Sala’ frou New You arrived 10 [ (for Judgment) Bicwh v deeluck
ofelats, Including te prewe witatives of ane goes Trinidad about 5 paw. | sing. civin arruds

the overnar General; there was no he 7

demonetratic n. oyd v Redhead,





SIX, WEEKS FOR FORGING,
Mr Horner has nm sentenced to




“the Forthcoming Demerara | ~
Races,

GALLOPS ONSIARGH STIL

Them were fewer horses at exercise
says the Argosy on the 1) Utlan
Youre and, eiguificantly enough
oo, fewer persuns thau (on Mone
day to altness the gallops, The
regular = attender © whee mission
fa wot prowpted by onrtosity ww
much as tw acyuire Information
which would help him to deterinios
how Lest to invest his modest dolar,
or whatever tlee hes anattoid, knows
froin experience that it is yet tov
auily to glean anything like tellable
data which may be turned to practl-
cal account, and thls wauld seem bo
explain the absence ct the present
UUme of naily of those who cupstitayte
the aank gia file of what are populaily
kuownas “the gras bint.” Inanother
week, however, these kentey wilt be
wall represented, dud, ae le theie wont,
lust by thow In

Sudden transition frou @ lot toa
cold temperature, exposure to sala,
wttitg in a draught, unscausonable
substitution of light for heavy cloth.
log, ore fruitless causes of cold and
the resultant pough a perilous to
persons of weak ange Among the
many medicines for bronchlal disor
ders oo auleing, there fe nono Letter
than Dickle's Anti-Conennptive byrup,
ry it and become conyincod. Tree
cents,

~~ PRICES CURRENT,

New York March 1th,
Hour, Blended Clears for West
Inches perbsrrel 0. 83)
Moat, Kilndeled per barrel $210-3.10
New Season's Pork per brl—No quota
Leavy Mess Pork per br

Cryetala per 100tba tal ,
sees iil @ Lewt 10ULL~3.60

b Toland Mulassen



de.







pn catapaign.
DEPRESSION IN CONSOLS,

The depression in Console measwes
advances iu other
gieatur = apeculative
and) buspess on the
ia the greatest
paot Hfteess
pital is elated to Le
Jonseasative opinlon
in the









Exchange








‘t

ving alnaad.





ently expen ted
RENCH bCANDALS,
The French Church pro)

bat weaker gehtl.

Engl:



per gallon -Neo

per gi ta
Cotton, Middling

little tlie will be pland








Fieoch Pailiacieotary eyetem itaell bs | poosting liked .

sbaken aleu by sicallar clanlosures in aL fob Al yeatentlay's ee laverpeel perl ‘ 8D

several servizn, VInvwaiyatione ‘uit | yallopw was ojemed by Wi. Aucvedwe | MSwetiiN dag Tee asia
le 3 + : , . . A bee

Duess accomplice 3 Gautbler bas sting, Celtic Lass, one of the Canon: Tyzobangy, New Youk aod ma

Dine latent lunpwoitations,
along for a mile at a loderate

fowlon sight... eh ¥
witha sprint trina the distant. 3 Sareb Hitt

habe
Pte *(Botuerare Crystalis”.





blanidus College. aud the rumours of .
dintha ished persons Laving cvnsat- fly dae © be a oh en ye non be A 18-3y
ted edicnle are mnt sur ere ae to Bond.

wae restricted tuo &

tusny adiul.
* ba
thus voiding any colle: | yzut yetiop whiel: allords pu opportu
Serene anreeenmnnen erent

perowl, . +h
Huger) than [eet 63 % tol, 1S.
peren Pa
Java Bugar Ou % Gilwaitar

ue
fn




A Punsry Veorraucg Vit. —The
chief ingredicnte of Pury gy, V or Channel fer order
table Ile are snandrals mod "dante- tae jae ob

Di Von Betbman lotiweg » ‘ : ;
Hon, sedati “ative, rs eased. 4 Wey:
fectty Stolen in ae "eee Prtaitled Oveos, Goud ie t A

cleaner

lug
Diet rejected the
for
hood. iu







dietione for une that's ain be deeyed wad’ purify nad have a |. ipa ited pp owt

ja Or uy 44 + ee

fee onaulestu “uit amend | Bs boultbiul rilet upon the Me tua tinv Sea

wets wore by the lnfluen- | Ueas “of the ve oF; nnde ah Laven pamcal News por Ib 1
Cal inembers of the Diet, that letossy | dyepeptic wad all who suffer ver | Bua of had rates

the suffrage Dy au oy wif Dinquuat . ane deat
lwpesiag, do nut affect De. Iollweg, | pills the most effective wedicive in bly

F doucmstzerioun ore aly ton coutreted we per cout Lenitvs

take place, cepeslaDy upon Sank * o ered to the sutestag, a Lasle = WD

a

.

. . wee nil

~ ok wun a sana: ilar ibaa dgimlbiil es tsi. ~ atta n, «oe alla
UMBE

WE ARE AT PRESENT LANDING



Fes

. '
Re

r

Be

\ OF

ALE EBSBART

PITCH PINE LUMBER,

; Anworted Simem,
ads aad
aay Ex}Barque3

3 ALEXANDER BLACK?
and4 Schooner “ST. OLAF.”

Mal"we ‘aro calso "FULLY ASSORTED at OUR YARN and
P@ARDWAKE DEPARTMENT. cpposite Railway Goods Shed in

* ite Pinc Boards and Planks,
esemary Boards, Spruce Boards

&e., &ec, &e,
FAnd BUILDING MATIERIALS!of all hinds,

. .GEO. R. ALSTON & CO.,

p "BUYTH QUAY

ea



B—We hope soon to announce the.erection of our NEW

f. SAW MILI, PLANT and meantime have made
i” temporary arrangements for all Saw Mill Work.



f

t FREDERICK ST.

HENDERSON'S

THE EXCHANGE.

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Mell pay you well to visit our Store this week and get the
AL BARGAINS in

ladies’ Faney Goods

; Gorne Aa. GOB,
K BLOUSES, Crash Melton and Tweed Skirts,
dren’s Pique Dresses, also “a reduced line of LADI&S’
ELTY, going below cost. . ,
bg Country folks will do well to pay us a visit before geing

eshere. .
" ~— > ©

iC. W. HENDERSON.
Havidson and Todd.

hs
WUDQWORKMEN REQUIRE WOO) TOOLS.”

—



i



* We get our supplies from such famous;makers ds

athieson, Peace and Stanley.

fs CORTE ATAEAETIAITS
)

EVERY. DESCRIPTION.

BL CK
PLANES

PLANES OF

)



mer] Chisels—in, to ins, | Fpokeshaves
\Chiscls—jin, ta 1jine, | Saw Sets
Turnscrews

* Pouges—jin, to lin.
mee aws-— Bing, te ding,
6a Saws—B8ins. to Idine.
mBpass «& Fret Saws
Wchet Hraces
per and Centre Bits
et Matchots
re - PHOS Adzes
at Levels
east Drilis
Radewls

Two-foot Kules

Saw Files

Plane and, Saw, Handles
(Chisel Handles

Drawing Knives

Gil Stones

Screw Wrenches

Collin’s Matchets
Gimbless

: Nail Punches,

Locks & Handles in Great Variety.

We ave Hole 4 genta for theo

INVISIBLE GASIORS, I5c, for 4.

THE ARCADE,

Se







~

TAT Yor.



ry considera
| of the every dav
polies force, Unfortunate]
unableto attend the ineetle
Finance Committee and
preseed on that point
hear any opinions that w
expressed on the aubjept. If

the police, on whieh

stronaly he

Bee In rye, sean it,
ought lice &

had auitered. vi y abetituth

of milltarisin, he was fully cognizan

and duly appreciated the energy and
ie duty vhown by the| ward and assist the ye
Commandant of the Forces, and his | should eu that the latlerlabonred under | criminal fuvestigation department of
at disadvantage, There was | the police—it wasn very dificult and
population here, and forthat | delicate subject, and Fe
e police were placed under | hope that with the assistance of the
at difdculties They hadpot Rot | Inspector General they taight be able
en up with military { the people here asin ordinary countries, | later on to get areally qualified head
to come furward and give assistance | of that branch, and that better reaults
Was present} to the police in helping to clear up ] might follow, In the meantime he
Watters when they were able to do su,
views entertained by | He noticed that the corover had called | ed by the Inspector General, and hop-
were/on certain persona lo come forward | et be would te
It was thought that} and aselatin acertain Inquiry but bo | confidence.
Police de. | did pot believe that they would, There
Partinentresulted Inthe Introduction] was an inclination on the part of
of on inferlor soldiery, and to the! people in Trinidad to stand away and | ral of police or any pattienlar depart-
say “why should I give my services

devotion to

somewhat large staff of Inapectors} @ very Rre:
and other. officers; but he certalaly a foatlo
thought there was too much of what | reason, t
nica | Very

led to the thooght that the

were too much ta!

duties,
Mr. Henderson said he

at the Finance Comtnittcoe

and the sam

the senior wtfo

them raised.

the miliary service of the

Melal member,



detriment ofthe force as policemen,
and it'was also recommended that {to the

Uillitatioin, ov the gaining of the eroge hike,

‘ pollee In military ates, which wag. serious muniler had oceurred

if to the detriment |

aties of an ordinary

he wes |
of the
jd not deayour ts bring the offender to jus-

how what views (if any} were ex-jtive. Atthe Solicitor General knew,

y is col

. ght how be streng'
the
- increase were purely. for police duties, | could not aay lt was yet concluded:
. [i should be neat thee fret to pi but they hoped that the = offender
' oO e Ss fyrens bia readiness to vote, for (ti bat | might yet.be
a, {a portion of it was to be devoted | were two or three otter cares of | would hare been the first to concur, {fF
4 ‘ ta weep up the military training of } wounding, but the partic
ie he felt very
would on the contrar:
Althoug N
em

meeting,

OF-BFAIN GAZETTE 5!
Atwood,

had engaged not only

Unfortunately.

brook, and it
the attention of the poi_ce, but one

it wets vey

puught to justice Therr





cult ta get information from then a:
thele friends, There seend to by ex

te substitution | Lraontinary. difteulty 18 thiacotony in

Belting evidence

police ¥ And [t waa for those

it waswell to take steps to improve | reasons that the police force laboured

the detective branch of the potice, | under its present difficulties, as people | every da
oupposed.

Along with bis senior colleague hej did not come furward and assiet (hem
i

(Me,

Nendereon) expressed }

3 ad.

as they should, Even when a reward

intration of theJlevoted services of the | Yas offered, that seemed ta be no in

Inspector General of Police and his
officers; by whone the mihtary spirit
inthe police force waa not Initlated,

ducement to make ther come forward.




nationality of the police

but they were aware that it formed}anything toa de with it. and whet-

part of what may be etyled an im:

her the Trinidadian was the beat

perlal policy observed by Trinidad | man to join the force?

wong with’pther colonies,
Mr
of the nance Commiutes
show that he had expressed

currencein what bad

two culleagues, le bad

Colonel Swain eaidejhat of late,

Alcazar sald that the iinutes} about two-thirds of the applications

will} were from Trmidadiaos,
s coh
fallen frow his fa
, aleeady
expressed the bope thatit would belnight, and were rather wanting ip

Onfortun-
ately the youths of the colony spent
reat deal of thefe time io unsuit-



able places and remained out Iste at

powwible that the offlcers in chaige of[phystque and could not stand the
the pohiceforce, should receive some | test.

training in purely police duties, They

were informed at thé Fiaance Com-
nittes meeting, that several of the

polve ofticers had spent juany months | sulllctent to get the good class of mez
la

n the Koyal Itish Constabulary ; but
they all knew thattho latterwas a
seuii-nnlitary body, tbe better part
of whose daties was of a tuilitary
character, He thought it wight De
better (although more expensive) for
the local police officers to undergo
some ttaining with the London
price,
COLONEL BWAIN'S DEFEM FE.

The Hon Lieutenant Colonel Swain,
said with regard to the increase in
the estimates, it was not for military
purposes, but to supply the Jon
elt wantof a station at Caionl, with
@ non-commulssioned officer and tuo
men at least. ‘The ciime of setting
fire to canes was ip evidencein that
district, for the last two or tbree
yeat, and from timeto time, men
were stationed there at the Proper
season, With a view of detecting the
offenders. Duting the prpent year,
oua representation wade by the hon.
member who was manager at Catoni
eetule, a temporary etation had been
established, the gentletuan above
named having Jent the building,
which facilitated the temporary
placing of two men there. The other
men iepured were fr the better
supervision of Woodbrook and New
Town, That part of the town was
growing yery thuch and causing con-
sideravie anxiety, as be had not bad
sufficient men to police [t ashe would
hke He pro budding a new
station at New Town, Ht had been
apphed for ing ycacs past; but was
pteuck out ax there were no fands.
He bad thought beat to get the wen








THE DETECTIVE’ SALARY.
Mr, Goodwills asked whether the
salary offered the detectives was

that was wanted?

The In tor General said be did
not think od, The detectives received
the sane salary as an ordinary con-
stable, save au allowance of £5 a year.

Mr Fenwichi—What about the
officers of the detective departiuent ?

‘The Inspector General:—lhere ate
no ofilcers of the detective fotce.
There ia a Superintendant Sergeant
who receiveaa very bigh salary; but
unfeitunately Uhat officer was never
adetective He was a constable in
the (Hasgow police forre, but had no
detective experience, LHe was employ-
ed in the office asacleth.

Mr Fenwick ashed whether the
time taken upin wilitary ihstruetion
and duties, was not so touch time
taken off frow purely police duties,

The Inspector General replied ia
the negative Drill took place in the
early azorning, aud the hour ducn
which they were so eiploved ‘would
not be des oted to onhoary nestruation
in pohce duties whictr took place from
four to five in the affernoon, and thus
suffered no diminution whatever.
The twiklary parade as tha honourable
member had described It, did not in
any way interfere with instruction In
poles duties which wenton the same
avever,

Mr. Feunwik s—The police force as
apolice force, doew not suurke me as
bong as efilecient uowadays as some
yearsago, However Lihank the Cob
onel for his explanation,

THE GOVERAOR'S VIEW,

Hia Exceilency aad he thought the

honourable sentur unefiicial was quite

first and Unep urge the erectionof the (aight in drawing attention’ tu any-

it

stations and. in that way t *
at par!

huped tu be &ble to control
of the Lown.

men, recummended by the ioral
Counnission in 190% The bonourable

Was i thing he felt should be teotined

-tthe same time be (the Governor}

The vote if granted] thougbt th tor Geneial had
would only prov de for the number of wathed Spector Gene :

ed them that although the pol
ice force had a certain amount of
aulitary duties to undergo, set they

senior tuolticial member had criticized | did not really interfere, and’ did not
the amount of military duty performed J qlyer the character of the force as a

by the pole, and perhaps he (the } police force for the
e8y Furime.

might

Ueoeral) vee
subjec

Tnspector
| on the

word

Fepreadon of
He thought if they would
bear in tulnd the extent of the colony

The only military duty the police | gnd ite population and if they were

were calle npon ta

were the furnibhing of guards aod, [criminal cases

the under going of s course of musketry. they could reasonabl
be | themselves that crime tn

thought that within the fast thiee {really not excessive. Ib was quite | mitted tocondact & case,

The drills were uot excessive, and

monthe there bed not been nore thay
thice or four hatallion dzilla, Cou-

eard before them, —
congratulate
‘lainkdad was

trugas the Laspector General bad

pelnted vut, and as doubtless ib was

pany, drills bad to be performed in the | also in thelr minds. a certalu class of
siack square every morning. J¢ 888 ferlive had been brought prominentl

hercwary whether men were ars
anained,
perform certala evolutions; as

OF | before the public af late, and the pol
that they should be able lo] ice had not! been furtunate in detect
it}ing it Hf they would remember,

would be no uso tuuing vat the yome years ago a similar wate ull
palice to deal with a gob, uoless tbe [erime swept ovur Londen where they

wen could ack as an organized body
To du otherwise would suoply be
Ung one rite against another.

had the cream of pole and detective

pl- fforces, The whole of Hugland was
The | horrified by the atrocittes committed

nen wuet be taught to move in post bby «Jack the Ripper. and nove of

tlon, ‘here semed to ba sowe ides | which were detected, Of course be did

there Was an extra ordinary amount | not bring that forward as an excus

of miltary duty to perform by the [for the local force; but it showed if
he

police; bib as

had sald alieady. | these things h

pened in such a centre

Et
inilitary duty as it was called, slinply | iike Landon withgita police supervision
consisted uf a guard at Government? and ecriminal vdetey tives, when they

House; and whereas hatallion drills} ocontrredin «
ougbb to be beld cuce or twice weekly, | was not
they had not beld more than thiee for [for not

place like Trinidad. it
air to blaine the pole
ving able te ducaver and

vole

the'last Unree months, as the police | bring the criininuals to Juste Then

having had considerable calls on them, [ agai, in Trinidad they
they were ueglected. He quite felt [population of differen

had « lurye
elements and

thete wae p great deal wanted wilh | pationalities, and he thought they

segard
TUK DETECTIVE DEPARTMENT

would agree with bias in ssying, that
the general peace of the island wae as

the law officers of the Crown who bad
rendered every assistance in che en-

lar class of
tons aseaulted Was such fa most | rfor,
natances, That i¢ wacextremely dif.

nee as they







































thaught otlee
compared favonrable with other
of the world. He was giad that



nt |
the evlony

difficult cace, and he; that they would come up to the re-
rd, and become jst as
rhe-

quired atanda:
rool policemen as they bad in

He thought they must

rin













reasou of another would not came for | ordinary police duty. With regard to
the detective force which was ‘the,

was satisfied with the measures adopt-

which onist be considered aa exclusive

Ve had soore in bis mind, the ordivary
daties which the police were
to carry out, «As regards
street regulations, brawls were con:
stantly occurring and a policenan was

a or he took care to
Mr, Goodwilla asked whether the | be out of the way, He was epeaking
had | fiankly and not attempting to put

not hear at han

Blaine on abyone =Winie on that sub-
*| Jecc there was another point, and it
Was the way in Whicli soiaany of the
police cases were brought before the
Magistrate. Mostly, the junior lusypec-
tra were not wulliciently acquainted
with the law fand he dal uot blaine
those young and inexperienced Inapec-
tore for Uhat) but be thought the police
should have soine etandicg counsel for
the prosecution of their cases, Day
after day the imagistrate ex
étreng comments on the uninformed
manner in which certain cases wero
brought before hig; and it was a
vestion whether in many instances,
the cases should be Jett to the Inspec-

should not be subjected first for legal
advice, ile threwthat outasa sug-
geation

The Inspector General sald whenever
it was thought necessary they asked for
legal assistance, and they always got
it, Lo every division they bad a police
offver, fn the bouthern division they
had an officer of experience and long
service, and who was very cupale. In
the central they had an offcer who
wastrained in the Royal Inieh Oun-
stabulary and who had shown very

reat zeal in the discharge of his
Fitton. ft took sume yeasts to make a
pohceman,—in fact, he thought police
men were born and not imade. Jn phe
Northwestern division they Lada very
capable officer who had been most suc-
cessful aud Lad shown very great aptl
tude, for which he had been comply
mented by the honourable Receiver
General and cthera, ha town they had
an oftfcer in whom the presiding ‘mag:
istrate had the greatest cnnfiderice.
tight be that in a few daya that oftt-
cer uight be Jeaving fur the country
forhte owadniston, but be would be
succeeded by a gentleman who had ex
perience in Beitish Galana and Figi,
and whe was thougtt even by legal
nen to be niost capable and efticient qo
hie conduct of police casea,

Me Fenwick -—Ain E rightly [inform
ed that the puliw cases are takea in
rotation by the police officers ¥

‘The Inspector General That is so.
Se Walson bay entire chaige, and by
ay orders all cases are prepared be-
fore guing to the Magistrate, and no
ease can be brought before the magis-
trate without his initial, and he can-
ducts them,

Mr Alcazar -Are cot the police en-
tltied to the services of the Crown
Solicitor ? Lie doesn’t seen to be avail-
ed of very often!

The fnepector General vaid the
Crown bohcitor is very often requis
tloned for by the police. Only re
cently he went to Tobago ona very
jmpurtantimatter, and he very often

petformita see the magistrates’ retuins of Apwared in Uourt for the pollea, The

only other available officer was Mr.
Oarr,
tidn.

whoeat in Court and got instruc.
and occasionally might be per
But Me
Wilbon was entirely in charge of
pole cases. o

Me Fenwick ashed if it would not be
better foe the Urown Solicitor to cone
duct police cases P

The lnspector Genersl sald be
thought it would be an enotmena ex-
pt use ag it would require a Crown Soll.
eitor in estdaaisaion, Kven bartinters
aud soliiturs failed in thelr proseu-
tiows at Umes flavghicr), There was
never & tase whi had failed
on aceaunt of the toabilty of the
pole officer conducting it,

‘the Attorner fieveral vald he cer-
tainly thought it would be very un-
wise'to bave the Crown Solicitor to
prosecute all police cases,

The Inspector-General sald be ad-
initted they were weak fn the detec-
Live department, but hoped it would
be stiebg enough before Jong.

DO RECORD OF UNWRITTEY
SUDUMENTA,
At the item “Printing and sta
trovery , Nr. Alcazar said it would be
avery great convenience if a record

of the force , that wae a feature which | good ag in any other part of Iie] were kept of all cases la which wotten

had frou tine to tle ven very | Majestys empire. The people were
lency WS i law-abiding: but the

givataoxiety and ills Exce!

awareofthe dificulties they bad ex-
verteoced, but it was ho a
hing would be done in that

Presence of
tiixed races, and wome of then exe it-

hat wome- fable (which might lead to ‘a surivus
irection. }etate of affairs) the presence of an | they

which would enable them to obtain ®] equipped and well disciplined police

really efitelent chief of the detoctlye | turce, an
defal inent. The material at bis dis- | sesmiduilitar:
wanty The best men | was ae great factor in preserving the

posal was ver:
were select

the gr
work were retainad in the detective
departwent, but circumstances often

and thove that showed

yeatest aptitude for that class of fastheirs die did no:

d capsule of carrying out
y duties at auy mument,

quiet afl peace of a population such
oy that the
r alatiun seeded it, but it waea use

ulthing; li atany moment a breach

arves, which wade it neressary tobavel of the peace wae threateved. ilere

achange. The class of men that en-
listed Ing the force wae such that it
wavexceadingly dificult fur the price

id to obtain’ the intetligenco and
ability that was vequired, A peetilisi
oluse Uf ceive had sprung up lately in
the town, and the polive not a

tticulatly eucceseful: but it mht
fe just av well for blur towention that
at the present moment they had a
warrant for (he airest of the wan that
reewnlly euynwulttal ao asssult on &
woman at Hrunswiek Square, and they
buped ta @ very fen bous ta cone 46

[ she, were all free men. and from the

highest to the lowest only hadto hep
the peace and obey the law, aud he
thought thyt Tiinidad might cougrat
ulate steelf in belong a very law abid
Ingstate Urlme was sinall, and not
ot any serious bind save those of law
vocurence. He huew these waea cor
tala clase of the population who wae
lobe thelr heals and take the
hewl, tat in every
eave the offender bad been brought to
juatics, oo that generally speaking, be

judgraents were given, ae it avoided a
great deal oo Htlgation, buch
revdrd could be printed as part of the
Hoyut Gusette and frow year to year,
would be bound together, At
the Finance Committe be had sug
outed that all the judgniente since the
fica House fire sbould be gol/from the
Ne; ars oftlce, aud bi Poanlbie 1
vleed by the Judges aud printed. That
would furnish «somewhat authotlzed
report which would be very valuable.
MAGISTBRIAL QUALIFICATION,
Codey item " Megletracy”, Sr Al-
caiar sald he had suggested tothe
Pipance Cotnuittee, the necessity of
having # man ing legal treia-
ing, for the appulniment of the new
magtsteacy Indaveuoa Grauds They
were informed at that meetlfg that

there was being drafted, au or-
divance by whkh the jrrisdie-
twn of jelrates wae likely to
te tmes te aid that the
ordinante would p bly come before
the atment

Connell that a
wee fed. IC i was thane wat

BDAY _MANON_14_1910 _ cate

fasen of erime here
rte
ons
oburably members had given expres
sion thereto, as he felt bimeelf that
pasessedl a very falthful,
zealous ant loyal policd force, He whe
. giad to hear that natives of the colony
it wae a particularty difficult case, amd | were anxious to offer thempelves aa re.
leagues, therefore 2 would be gladtofone which well tarcd the ability and | crits for the pol

forces, and fh f
of any detective departinetit oye, ont

their physique would improve, and

dos or other parte of fhe Empire. He

he thonght the police force was inte.
ust!

agree with the Inepector-General that
Ab case had been made out that
while making the police efficient for
tnilkary duty when called upon, that it
erzons for some | wasnot allowed to interfere with their

vould only

able to ensure public

Me Fenwick sald he did not for one
moment reproach the Inspector Gene-

meut for nat tracing those climes



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F . THE HATTER, CLOTHIER ment, of the wishes of the Imperial
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sulicient aml suitable bacteriological | abandoned, Me knew there were
accommodation, Aaa matter of fact, | men inthe colony who vould avail 2
there was a large salary now being | theiuselves, of the opportunity ot} ~ NW *
pald to a very eitcient and capable bacteriological work, Pow here - os A
ofilcer, who could not under present | was 4@ place where They cou wok, ine i . I —
circumstances confer the valne of the The vole as the Colonial Secretary had ing the coming Eastet Tolidays. All sizes,
salary bo was given fur bacteriological | said, was not the result of recent Only eoee cove soe ee oes ee 3,65,
work, because he had not the neces. | scare but had been under considera- .
tary accommodation. Ie would | tion for years before he came to
therefore urge very elrongly that the | the colony, | lle thought he had acen
Council re-consider the matter In the | recommendations of at least two |



ecerned = @ sort of antidote when
the now famous

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| LEATHER. AMERICAN, & |

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Black Glace, Gan Metal il
and ‘Tan Russia. :







apace rere arremnr—ne e/ae a E —
all the more rearon the magistrategpitals and under “Lamnatic Asy-
should be slawyer. Nodoubt itis Ex- [tum there would be an item of
cellency was aworethat thematterwas | £4,733 15 for extension, The full
brought before the Council in 109}, | aunouot for the Lunatic Asylum ex-
and the assurance was then given that | tension was £15,000, and CL73 15 was
as far as practicable, the policy would | by way of beginning which would be
be cdrried out. Incases whera a ina- | nade this year. and which he hoped
gletrate was also warden, it was not f would he full ycarried out Jater, Thess
necessary that a legal man should | were the only alterationg, beyoud
always appolated, but that voly [ those be had already reported to the
aifecteda few inagistractes, Whenever | Finance Oommittee. He desired to
the magisterial duties consisted of f accentuate what His Uxcellency had
mrely ivagistenal work and not [in his message with regard to the
ore to the warden’s, it was { sacrifice made by the different depart-
ecesary that a legal man should | menta, His department had had to
be appointed; and he would moye | cut off from the estimates, many re-
that a legal man be appointed to | quirements which they had tertain
fl the new magtstracy ir Princes | hopes of getting, and he sincerel
‘Tow a, partieutaaly in view of bie in- | trusted that in the next year's cati-
creacod furisdictio’. He also called 7 mates it would be possible ‘ty provide
altention to the doubtful expeihency | a cousierably larger sum for building
of extending magietenal jurisdictioa, | and woiks, than was found pussible
and Woulscic: to it when the ordiu- | §his year.
ance (ame before the Cauncil, THE Al RAKON-GENERAL FXPATIATES,
Str ilobeon said he would like to ‘tbe Surgeon General (whe was
Polutout that acconting as ihey went | somew hab inaudible) said it had been
y the records of past years, tho new F recognized for very many years past
>» misgistracy would be one of theinost Phy other NSurgoons-General besides
fmportant inthe iemods and would | himself, and by Ibs Excellency, and
come next to Gonvain point of bumber | precious Governors, that a Lacterio-
of caves that would come before it. Witical Laborati€y was a yorp great
Wath respect tothe resolutioti of 1008 | and nevessary requirement In, the
referred ww by Bir Alonzar, be thought J colony, and the £1,000 thas was sought,
certain thagistractes were specially [to be transferred would not provide
qnentioned, and thae were thow of | anything in the nature of the accomn-
San L ernando, Couva and Aruna, Ue } modation ulied at the Lunatic
should hhe theretase to point out, that | - syhun, Infact he qtestioned very
. Princes Towu would rank with those [| pach whetber the sh WW wonld do
« _meationed, as suitable for the | anything more than just the very be-
Sappointncut of a gentleman with legal | ginning of the necessary expenditite
training. Vethaps he should also say Aierefera he thought it was a mistake
























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light be bad endeavoured to putit | governors of the colony, urging it
before them. strongly, and of previous Surgeons:
Me. leuwick asked if the Surgeon | General also, and the Secretary of
General's remarks did noy imply that | State was anxious that the colonies
all the cases of plague and yellow | should provide themeelves with
fever were open to doubt? proper accommodation for the crrrying
The_hurgeon-General said certalniy | out of medical research.
not. They had to rely uponanother| Hs Excellency said that the matter
teat, but the que which he spoke of in ) was of considerable importance froin
particular gould settle the question at | whatever polnt of view they regareed

se Saray cepeiing the | oa pd the pportany of BAUESWICK GAUCERY, Every x Requirem E-

One Price Only. | Value ‘Nowhere Like Maillard’s,















sion of the £400) from the Laboratory | saw how great wasthe accommodation
tothe asylum, would not provide the } over-crowded and the very great neces-
accomodation that was intended to sity there was for extending It as soon

by weeured for £15,(0K : é 4
Nie Gogdnlier think st was the | Seenatiatoratry stabs Colonalticn {HOUSEKEEPESS KINDLY OTE.) = “E17 ee
opinion of the Finauce Committe that | pital where De. Dickson was working aia
~~s .

a

that he had neither the istention of | to allow that amount for the insuftl-
aprlylog for nor accepting any of the | cient accommodation of the Lunatic
magisterial vacancies (daughter) there- | Asyluin, ‘Ihe question of the LaLoia-
fore hfs remarks on the port were en- [ tory would necessatlly come up again,
tirely disinterested, but he thought to spend 4000 new to
WI DACTERIOLOGICAL TpORATORY, [improve what was called the Labora

Under the item “Pabhe Works Re- [tory at the Hospital, but which was
cunent’, the Director of Pubhe | rea ly one of the post mortem rooma —
© Woks said. be had to rejiort one or | would be a very extravagant and use
two allerutiona in feonsequence of tha | less expenditive, There was no room
action of the Linanees Committes, | for extending the building In the pre:

on

¢

Tae

he 43,000 for the Laboratory was | and he (the speaker! uly im. °
only a first instulment of the amount hosted withthe necenattye ot aving

Witred. . 7 :
“in reply to the Surgeon General tony ae pipped basi el meat ater Fresh Supplies e x

74 oe
ur eee fad thete Waa spine Mitien the Durector of Public Works Pl! KLED RALMON gulogat 12o, per Ib vocoa House Rails
would increase very much for fiuines wt two shout Be Tiaatlon wnich of | phish Ly Corned Pi sleet 1d, per th. ) Cocoa House Wheels

COOMERA MPI MEL MEO MET LOOM TL















They dil not in ony way atfect the ] seut Laboratory, and he was at @ loss | ant (natruments. 5 DD. Vo. Pigs Tongue 1c. por Ih
totals, vo that nv alteration waa neces: | lo know how that £000 was to improve The Surgeon General .—There need sonnet ithe shesicer) ssked bivn te De 1) Oe Tongaes 2c, per ib, ” B olts
Faiy on the vole, but uuderresate | what waa called Laboratory | afven | net be thal feat. result was that the Incterlogical CREAM CHPLSE 3h, tordhe a3 P
alation, Mr, Ale . @ E300,
tee erica. Win’ regent torhe arconnuadation, He ould ach meni t. Alvagar said (hat the honour- | taboratory should be {nuded jn the SOFT GOLDA CHEESE—300, per Ib 99 34 runers

L estiinate Stmder Camera depot, the | bers ef the Coune’l to reconsider the

able member bad rematheu at the FRESITGH 12 NUPS—18e. per phge.
Finance Commuittes that all “the appl. Cateye Be tiaber Femomber the w CRe AM UF WUEAT, 200. 9



bert Boyea placed a e !
work, would not be carried ont, and | matter in the lightof what he had sald. | ances where there already, it evens t : QU sKER OATH —
the | utuing ot ibe Bacteriol weal te Paw recognized phat Beer tAne bowl that they were, Taaported Se ine ei fatorgtory hnere’ for ree " U be, ut Bs, 2b», at lie, ", COCOA * BAGS.
fatury Ww D be promt por ele 4 y although th 3 . KER iN —Zibs, e
necordance witb the. this of the branch, and without a Lacteriological hough titre wes no use for ther? purposes, The Surgeygn General had QUA OATH—Zibs,, 150. Hin .

The durgeon General somarked that ined that it wus 1 1 SUREve ly WHE vl —18e_ por pkge,
what be said at the PinanceC onunittee te of the Roverninent, medical officer PUIVED RCL -15c. per pkge. ,

was relative to the preference between | in immediate charge of it, but alsa to
the Laborato yyind Asylum extension, | afford facilities for pirate medio | Posturmn Co real,
282, and 30> per tin.

aud he thoughe the former was more Pyeciitioners who had the health and
" SLLP RISING FLOUR—72% per pkg.

neceasary.
PIFTED DATES — withoat Soeds—





Finame. Comittee Me therefore Laboratirys properly constructed and
propuced, that instead of carrying out equipped, It was aleolutely impossible
the ilem *ecbual, hospital and = asy- for preventive medicine to make any
fuu”. to substitute that of" improved Progress in the colony, Asa matter
Laboratory acconumpodation L007, Vor of fact, investigations which had to be
that sum, they hoped to be able to constantly made with regard te sus:
carry oub such extension aa would at pleious cases of plague could not bo

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‘Lhe Duettor of Pabhe Works said foot people in their hands to encour. 2

in answer to a meniber, that the 7 ~ Saati

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any .rate conmderably facilitate | properly and efiiiently cated out | building for £000 would be te : Real 14 kee, :
Hactetlological work ab the Hoa.) under the present accommodation. § from the Mottuary, ‘and it would be (Continued on Supplement Page) HUNTERS SORK “Of HAMS— —
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oe HAMS in tins, cooked 40¢, per tin
»» BACONS in tina - uncooked —
36¢, per tla
FFRRISQIAMS —emult alzes, 246, per 1b,
RWIFT'A PREMIUM HAMS, 226. per 1b,
SINCLAIR'S IRIS ROLL BACON
32¢, per Ib.
CLEANED CURR ANTS (R.8 )16¢ pkge,
KELECTED BULTANAS (ILS,) 18¢ plige
SEEDED HAISINS(K.8 }-13s, pkge,
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NEW Wings & QUILLS in White, Black anda nico assortment NEW Gloves Sik and Lisle Tetoad in Black, White and all Cartes | postales pour Taques et AND THE Pe ee ‘lement ot woree’S
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Dear Bir,~-
. RE-POLIOY 6068j—-JOHN DB SOUZA $3,000. a”
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eae Manos he dielee tov the UR ROADS.
Po “f of Spai 1 Gaz tte. ast! diet eh nae van wel fe Bt, Surcivs At FO RI J
PbO OpParit (x ORCNE. | Patrick's Church, New Town, by Illes vouNG MAN HANGS HDISELF,
(ASTABLISHED 1813) Grace Archbishop Dowling, me toa | HA:
Published DAILY Mondays aod Public Holl } close ori Sunday night, the congres®-) yostentay morning at abont 99)

tlon being unusualty large In the
inorning a large nuinber of nen ape |
proached the Altar. The closing eer-
inon wae especially touching. As

. n nanted Joeeph Dryco.
fetoeetuirhie wife and children at
Tour Roads, conunttted suicide by
hanging himectf tothe toof of an old

* daye excepted, at the Uiicn 96 Si, Vincent
cae ae. . SUV, Port of Spain,
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~ Advertwementi ot Baths,” Deaths, aod | showing thele gratitude and appre- m hie
t Marriages, acknowledgments and | ciation Tor conde log the Netreate at cattle o| edlalout elf ty feet ip lands
Suoclaimers (whieh maint be autbenl no Lille personal inconvenlenee, Its | House | w Lowned by himectf
cated by tbe wgoatnre of vome | Grace was presented by the parish: | Planted in coros andowner oF tl

foaple peace! wil te cbaretd | jonerm ‘on Gunay evening, with m | AUUeu Tad, “Dyce woke yeatenta
Casual Advertisements olevery description: suite vy Wottlent aditrets whitch do tueentag ia his usual spirita, took his
at 64 week, 38 64 pet fort» ri bil Mr 0 Sieger a coffeeat. about 8 o'clock. and as was
to be | Which II}s Urace tttingly replied. his won't left. the house Cand made

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might 5%. pet month per im

ia.
Wets Ae oe 6d per week each, fo be
prepaid

Editor and Publisher A. PL. T. Amare.

the cocoa

towards
In hand, Not seeing him return up to

half past nine o'ctock his wifeweat In
reatel of hin, and while th ) the
she beheld her husband ~ baogiig

already, stated. She immediately

The following recelpes for that popu-
lar fralt—the Uravadilla (Pareylora
guadrircquiaris} are given In the
“ Porto Kico Horticaltural News.”

1. Granadilla Salad: Cub the flesh

Macager u + CORON, Lavents, | of a flem fruit into hitle pleces and ;
alarmed. the other members of
Casbler CH, ) Fowp, gover thorns hiy pitha ond dv'ssing. the fanily who hastened to the rene.
C
© | Ancrequet wt torte oftce ofthis paper ia | 2 (panadilla pudding: Cook tayl- | ee T vere noth ted as alecstbeD,M O.
‘payment of billd should be made payable | Oca thin enough to pour easily, Fla. jie the District (Dr. Inskip Head), wh
. to The Port-of Sparn Gesetie . yaar with Jemon juice Here Grana- of the the body. and certifying that
—_ nto slice and au . Pa
To Conntsronvents the bot tapioca over the fruit, stir and | {he deveaned | had met his dest ‘he
= ~ reer ar We do not bold Surseives responsible for. por allow tocnot Serve with custard. ee for buiial. The devease
we pecestrrily endorse the opivions —— =
expressed by wur Correspondents in out | His Honour Mr Justice Swan cfm: who It {is supponed nt eee
. columes, All letters must be accom | plainet yesterday morning in Conct | oo ean Deyce. of the local Constabu-
. Peay tee kiplaction: par ass \ pt the amnell of bntnin suiphur whieh lar ean leaves a widow, two small
So fi guarentes of good faud, Reyected manu 1860 rom the yard of the Jee! cluldren, five brothers and two sisters
i e sec nts : scripts canny be returned “eee alee eat ceitainly aunoying to toinearn theit loss. He had attained he
---— ee twenty ninth yent, It pnjghe alaa be
' . Advertising Soale on Applioation. Thess. © Maashaveg “is nomently stated U at th 9 ecene o| the or renee
‘- { 4 r N Suter a cbuence—Paltectinn Mt | expected fo arriye here forthe purpose | PAY toads Electrie. tram terminus,
4 ° Ty nr nee of taking a supply of bunkers from the ay, D Mactin road and Petit
4 -- ~ Trinidad Coating Co. Ltd, i ween Diego 3 lu
. a Current Events. cha alley road, anid La Pueita estate.
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Mobita, Alabatwa, U.S.A, the Dritish
Appeal Coutt 103) ap. barqug *‘Ldna M Siunith” 730 tons,

. --— OaptainIzteeves, artived yesterday

Mails per RLS. “ Magdalena’ for | with GUO feet pitch pine lumber
Pto, Colombia, Carthagena, Colon, | consigned to Mesers George Ht. Alston .
Jamatea and New York Mails close | & Ov. ALLEGED ASSAILANT ARRESTED.

ab 3p.ur. —_—— ~~
p Thess. “King Edward VIL" airived |] Yesterday at about 6p iu. a san by
yesterday from Cristobal Colon with 8 | the name of Samuel Dorde, a carpen-
maseengers: Mr. and Nra HL a, Lier, wasarrested ia connection with
{row p, Mr. Ramon Paez and 5 deckers [the assault on Ue woman Mary Dillon
who, tt will be remembered, was knock

ed down ia Knox Steeet on the night
of the ith instant. The injured
woinan who had been in hospital since
the occurrence, was discharged on
-——- Sunday morning last. The wounds

The chartered steamer “ Saba‘ of | have healed, but she still complains
the Tilnidad line isexpected to auive | of severe painain the head, Vester



TO-DAY.
The Recent Knox Street Outrage,

hale of 10} bartels “husini” Ciga-
retlesat the Coloulal Warehouse by
ft. J. Scott atfd Son 10 ain.

sale of three ce

The American Steamer * Viking '
arrived last evenlug from Guanoco
with JU passengers, Mr, A.W. Gard-
nar, Mr. L. J, Koeing and § dechers.

teels of land situate
in the Wardof Toco by L, John & Co.

Salo of tuo parcels of land and
ineseuages situate in the town of ort:
of-Spain by FP. J. Scott and Son at

»

Tpu.

r —_— . this mormng from New York sia } day eveningthe woman wasseen at her
High Water Motn 6,10 Even 7.00 pas. | Grenada. house in Frederick Street, She eald
Sun rives oe ee os 6.10 a.m. ——- she remembered being In Knox Street
Sun sete oe Y. 607 pim | As much as 8100,0004 value repre- | at about Hl o'clock on the night above
Moon tlses ¢ tee) 10,31 a.m, | sent the export of Panuma hats fiom | mentioned, and eceing a man speak |

. oO

the Republi. of Cotumbla, These are
wwade eutirely by band, by thousands } the Town Hall, Sbe next saw htm
of girls and woinen, who, often ag pot, [leave the woman and come forward
use them.as a medium of exchange to | to her pulling his hat the while cover
the shopkeepers, who give theusin | lus face, then huocked her down sand
return groceries and the hke, Though, | spon her crying out be bolted through

asisoatual,alarge amount of prac- | Brunswick Square: She states that
atthe tine

ing toa woman pear the Batow ay







SEE PACE 2 FOR
Light Weights,
SEE PAG! 7 FOR?

Our Article on Looal Zux-|ticeis required before the necessary | bet assailant was wearin
ation deftnous uf tlugers is acquired, yet the | kLakt pants, a dark fouse, apd &
does hot appear to be an ex- | straw hat,-a description which = the

SEE SUPPLEMENT FOR Police followed up and made the

Dr10¢res
ceedingly dificult one

Finance Committee, City —- atreet. Jt nught be mentioned inci
Police Court. The work at the Custonw Depart. dentally that Morde setoined fro
—= ment which fur suo weeks has teen | Coton recently and lived at Dun
m the hands of the Pablic Wotka | donald Street, but atte the occur

ITEMS OF NEWS. Department, as uearing completion. | rence, he had removed to Duke Steet
_ Soive unprovementshave been effected | where he was arrested by dergeant
Mi. W, 8, Harkins with hie Lucia | onthe adminetrative block, and tbe | Major Eversley aud Sergeant | Dush
Nola English Opera Campany intend | oilice or the Collector of Customs has | justas he wae leaving his bonse.
| cowing fora season of 12 nights on | been removed to the old bivabkfast | Forde will be formally placed before
Monday 28th March 1010, Plan and [ reom wluch has been renovated and | the City Magistrate this morning.
fall) particulars at the Caledonian | refitted: the Collector's clerk im now e
House in a few dys. Jueated in thy old testing roum which
-—“ bas been taavsfeired to the epartivent
The (athedral Lenten Sevetan for jasated by the clerk. A great change
men, which 10 being preached by the | fur the matter of convemence hag
vey Kev Jather oe OBR, Vicar | thus bepty etTected, and Pigpet ventila LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL.
jenetal oF renada, commenced on | ton was neb turgetten The work uw —_—
Sunday night when there was one | being earned out under the hnmedhate ! TILE PULICK AND MILITARISM
of the largest congregations gathered | supervision ef Mi. Vincent Drown - —-
there for along thie. (cuntiactor), STRICTURES BY te UN-
OFFIGIAL MEMBEI

BACTERIOLOGICAL LADORBATORY Of



Mr. Mervyn D. Crichton, formesly yeical Culture Hx.

Aligh dase Dh








clerk to the Iistat oflce of Tobuga, | hibition will take place to-n:

4 actin oe Storebeeper-Cleth at the | Privces Building under Teak st be LUNATIC 48YLUM EXTENTION —
Royal daol in place of Mr. L, O. | ment of Mr. Munioe Boron, Littente ¢ ’ ° ‘
Nestor, suspended feats of “strength on the Iorieontes wilel !

bar, heavy progreesive weigh:

Jin dito ticks, fancy Indian
swinging aud ecientitic” bag punciin
are uinivug the many things which.
compris the progiaunue,

“
COMMITIEK KEPORT OW CLERKS Pr
TITION POR #ORTER TOL Hs OF
LABOUR,

At a meeting cf the Legislaty
Couric) held In Ube Council hamver
fontendey at noo there were present

tis Excellenry Six George ilechven
Ie Hunte, K.CM,G, Hon os. W.
Koagga UM... (Volomal Secretary),
Hon. Edgar Agostini, K.C. (Attorney
General), Hon B.S, Aucher Warner
K.C, (Solicitor General, Hon EL G,

Mr, Morgan, first assistant Dispenser
of the Coloulal Mospits], resumes duty
to-day and Me."L. & Corentinwho has
been acting for hin returns to bis post
at the San Fernando Hospital.








We have been requested to announce
that a meeting of the Trinidad
hereante Union hae been convened for
tomarow (Wednesday evening) at
Nov Uenry dtieet, when buat
of finance and menibeishe

Thece seeus to be an erro,
Pression prevaiing that labourecs ae
required Lo waik on thy Taumay now
in course of consyuctiun in the
tntetior of Brazil, Yesterday Mounay,
Wf the 4 person who recently Visited Tieaat
quatter ended Vebruary tulo wll be acued pourle wie ntl, view oe
pamtaegl fell atendance of rem: | thera scsich of employaetomnet | fhushe [Auitor Geverait How, Haeut
—--— pniews they ae ae Hanes they bad [eral of Cpnstabutar mh ton ts ‘C.
rT yive a ae idea as Labourers | Hell (Die tor of Pabhe Workep Hon

An accident cecneted in Charlotte aty not want 1. Chae (bargeon General, UH
«+ 3 on

Staweton Sanday iorning at about















RU oulockh, without, ; W. Ik : 2

way. ‘any eeriowe resull. Farineoned The Canadian steamer ~ Sobo" Nnangranter dban, fisnnie eee ee et
while an electiie car Was proceeding arrived Yesterday Stternoon fron | ovlsver General) Hon. 1, B. Watuott,
aloug the abovenamed Street, one of | Demerara with 9) bagn rice, 70 bags ] (Collector of Customs), and Mons. G

the wooden pote hokling the span riauarure bark and eleven passengers | fF, Peawich CALG. Geo, Goud wille,

tlie 004 lela sake Haigh. Ss tA, 6c :
tt te Homtely te | WY geAa 1 “ua |b Hine, Gal a Veriale
other wires attached tothe post kept! yore os 5 docket Srv Oe faye J) Ds flolson, and

wie i Williaa and 3° dechers The dauth, with Mr OW, i Kee

iv frow fallugs but the trolle

broke, and the current was lanes. Untuier Tele at Nob Yesterday for
ately cut off. ‘The traftle on the other the follow Ing pas atdern tslands with
huew was in consequence delayed for | dov— Mr. ond Goweere ¢ for That ba
about half-an hous, whilst ia Charlotte Lowusepe, Mr aod ae yr Te ML ay
Street, service Was resumed in about Isnaacen’s wid Breage ane, Mis W,
ag hour aud a half, thix was dae to Mabfagi-3 GN L Mattel For
the sharp insunce in which the watk- Soe vate, beaMCLE and 8]
wen Guu the Powal dtation teapo- be

(Clark of the Council
he ininutes of the last meeting
Neve: cofiemed, havigl 4
ete cafe savy qen previously

Lath,

The Colonial Seuretary laid on the
table the tutes of the meeting of
the Dinance Comuittee held on the
Oth instant. and alse gave notice of

decheew for varius pou



wily re-erertad the poet, peadiug the y Faron
fixing up of anew one whieh was con. | .20°,DM4, Murowigne 2uss tone, | bis intention ata later
pleted tn whout two hours It was Captain Didier atiived Yooterday the wuspehslon or the slarunt onde.

from Naw Youk at 4
days with 210 tons weueral cargo a

plmeenuers Mi ~ #K Hare and
mye wal. Mo Duwns Mise M.
» telell aod Mii. HEL Bowne,
Thee fl the same day for
Varamario with part of inward cargo
Mr, HME Wiltema sie we, pears

J. Silvauud Mew Iie Towasee

Wi & Voyage of in order to intruduce a mn
ado ptivn of those initutens for the
he Vrowetor of Junnigrants
the tulnutes of the teething of tho tnt
a 1 Comialttee hel 2
or fetnaney tie peld on the tb

SAN FERNANDO MEMBR AND RAILW 4)
Me Hat KX LENSION,
’ abso gave noti
inteution to aie the Cx ate Nealtt

dascoverel that the fallen post had
Leeoine worn at ite base below tbe
couctete fuvtpalh

A Demerara Hxchange states that
Hutereup, the thoroughbred creole
filly which isto be run ab the forth.
coulog meeting of (he Denerate Tart
Club, Lal, ander the culuury of the
Cannon-Diae byuduate, Was purchase
ed by Mr. Cannon (rom Mr. Vasoon-

fou of” Trinidad, the filly e date |g 28¢ Dutch Mail vteawor*Surinatue” | taty at next
Owner. The offer was vubtulited by 210) tone Captain Kguivad, arrival * whether any indication: aa be glee
cable aad scorpted. imi ly. Hut yoaterday frou Pansuarilee’ efor a [ot the approstinate date of © the
Gere ein, tanta wo | NGL nae age Rea | mn Tn toy
ad, and is euteres a 6 wa . railway t hi
Patarity Handicap, She bas not yet er for Pram so Me. tee 3 Sipatiar Ay How pau Lurneude to

he steamer loft the same mL,
New Youth dieet with lw
toca, U6 peekages euudrion aad
(apse Aie~ an de KR Tiey, Mi, W.
Hiler Jonveaud Me. M. Meneres, ,

oo THK KAM Aba

a ey notin Of the tok
Becretary mcuuded by the Audiver
General the Counc weut Jaleo eur.
tnittee for considerablon of the draft

arrived iu Deuwiars bub le expected
any moment.

The Dutwh Mai? steamer ~ Pei
Wiles 1” will arrive tomorrow frou

po via Paramaribo and will lee watinates of 1 ope
he Toho ig day for Vem 4 Atalnut 5 oka you rears {tot tis oa tal year foioat eee
~ : vtenday after:
tasils. seen eee ae eaeee pull, Macsry “siuith Teun | ow nae ‘ou relernan
oo. carve: of Duudonald end the | fur iwawe of £2 85 INL ont the ott’
shave Just vyeued up | obe of the ausonald and Rew tizests, | mates, yuder the bead ut © Gon
bot of Clerval | from | va atteuptine tne us y fell | tubulary,” suid if thet cuusidersble
3256 to Hon was Wduwn fy faiek whieh | locreaue was for additional cou tables
~— nao, w name Young | whieh were necessary in the eutl
. phi icauactile fritters | Uboose w Hews able to “sem Bot bees [dlatrits of ao qeowing colony we
See an ie | Ske i Seah ates fost aaa
aoe jelsh, per and © tow | moved ud the Culouist Tioopuet te | Setzed tn atte wrbiat be
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> | MOIRt VELVETS JN NAVY GRBKEN AND MULE COLODR—Ghe ha TA WHA Wek. se inches FANCY TWEEDS . oes sa 40 cents Yard, 3
, SS — ¢ inches 4 * ve ne athe }
;| GREY TUSSORE CLOTH:— 40 conts ¢ BEES « WiohdL,. dgice FANCY STRITED FLANNEL 3) Sop eeote -
Black and Navy Fancy Striped Alpacess —60 conta : haf AND 56 ine « ® os oa +» Scents
* Re ; 86 irs * . we as 108190 A

Fancy Shot Cryswai Sbaniung—Quito now—48 cents
white Chitfonettes,
/ 150, 18, to Sto,

WHITE BOBBIN NET—206e ,40°, & 48c. y
Ivory and Paris insertions, 60 tu 2(¢; Frise Erisa hid I nce Be. 10¢, 120, THAT'S OUR TAILORING !

¥ 3 ry 5 a 5 ’ = re
Ite to 86a yards Valet co Nets—be, Br, 100 tn 16s, Men's Straw Hats— Special Line,

Crotonnes—Lovely Designs,—20c, & 24c, ME THE “STORES WONDFR,- tor.
. . tN'S ALPINE FELT HATS=ALL NEW SHADES Gees, YOUTHS & BOY
White Harness f pel Curtain Mustin , Peru Madras Gurtein ; Fancy Cushions, PANAMA HATS—Blocked to avy bhape and Size~ 81 £0 Luch ~Geod waves

CUSHION COVFES, TABLE CENIRIS, SOILBT SETP, BIC: ’ Boys Rustic Straw: Hate—24 Cents Each.

Plain Whito Cashmere Sorgo. -$1.44

KHAKI SERGES—EXTRA QUALITY ... a. $L44
BLUE SERGE 54/6 ing o 1600 to $1,80

BLACK VICUNA;:-6Oc TO 1.80.

A BPLENDID RANGE OF FANCY VESTINGS «900 CUT,
FASCY COLOUKFD ZEPHYR BHIRTS—48 cents,
WHITE MATT SHIRTS-= 36 cents to 84 cents,

BOYS’ SCHOOL PANTS — 36c PAIR.

BOYS COLOURED BRACES —8¢ and 120

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portionate share of =the totaly MOVEMENTS OF STEAMERS. La Veluce Nav
allocation by the Government from | —"** Rpeirke ~ . dische Mal trvenst i
presi rte | a Dye Ra | ie coc ru, Lalisns

. JAIL -AGXATS Tne New Corowa Oo. Ltp. Acrtrs
AODALENA—The RMS. “Mag | THE Rovan Dercit :

* AROWLWNE.-The 6s. “Maro: | ¢ulTTA DI TORINO —The as. “Citta

M dalens” isdue here from Souta- | N wifne" da due back here from! 4s di Torina™ is due here from Genoa

Peramaaibo via Karbados on Tuesday | via Marseilles, Harcelona and Teneriffe

the 2nd Match 1910 and wil leave the fon or about the 17th March 1000, pro-

tainoday direct fur New York taking | ceeding afterwards to La Guayra, Re

cargo. acne o and mialla, Co (iabello. Curacao, hyena, Port

: \OPPENAML.—The s.8, “ Coppen- mon an lon, DS CArQy, pass

trusted to many of these Boards the only and wails. leave the Lighthouse | \4 sine: fsdue hens from Paramoribo } sengers and mails.

hatte a Monday the 2th March 1010 ahd A TLUTDITT
Jetty, Queen's Wharf at 3 p a, with | Wi teue the same day direct for New | SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.
passengers for the ** Magdalena. York taking cargo, Malls and pussen- —_—










lutherto put forwarnl by some of the

ABOUT Boaids that larger allocations should
be wade to them, norin the plea that

ampton, sia_ Cherbourg and Barbados

their districts cannot bear increased
Yon Wednesday 1th March, and will

§ taxation for purely local purposes,

é$ On the other hand we aco fully atone | leave the eame day for New York, via
with thuse who contend that’ for the | Pto Colombia, Cartagena, Colou and
efficient working of the districts en- | Jamaica, taking Ist class passengers

























suns placed antiually at their disposal
by the central Government are wholly

vit i, Ees, inadequate, The only remaiung








> course is to have receuree tu the It in counpulsory for passgogers bag:
powers conferred when first the road | page to be umigated, find passengere BO RAMACCA, — The ws. "Sara- AMUIV ATS,
— oO poard ordinance wan framed, and ja] are therefure uotitled that a lighter Ss inacca” $9 due here tect from } sax Jou, Venezuelan boat, Martlo,





pose local rates, That there will be na
considesable opposition weconfidiutly
expect to see; there was recently at
Couva 60 great an oppusition to a
echemwe for taming a small local tate
that the whule Board neatly caine to
gilef, aud in theend the sbeme was

udosed, To-day we fiod thatuiost
of the Uhaumen, and from that we

will leave the bt Vincent Jetty at! now york on Monday the 2h March
Gata, on the day of palling Uo take 110 and will wave, samo day for
gation ggege othe barge for fuml- | paramaribo taking cargo, mails and
AUUS ‘The RMS," Tague” fsdue | POMP ET oa, — The wa Sara |g
. 7 a = eS Figue 6 w 1d Mt
i hee from New York, via Jatuaicny SNinacca” is due back here from Gopn ia baga cocoa and Cristobal
bia on Sunday aitiy Maret, and will | yergntagiin vie Alaa bados cn Tenlay er
_ ‘ " the 6th April 1910, and will leave same ATONA, Dxitish sloopy Ad 1
Jeave the next day for Southawplon, day ‘divees for New York taking eargo, “t ‘lave, se Vineet at amo




Tova, Idays, Yaguara 1 be
cocoa, 6 barrels Nexetables’ aod
logs coader,

Ieauxn MARIA, Venezuelan boat,

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e ® (1). Tt is the best food for
infun s.
0 2). It is excellent for Custards
\ aid Huddings
' ’ ® | (3). It is put up in perfect air-






ye . .
tight ting, easily openad, presume itmay be taken for granted | yla Bat bades and Cheiboarg taking .
PURITY GUARANTEED BY ANALYSI3, qn. CemMIDssessemensd. Tag AY ieee pares ee Sipe Beg | Eee ee P| er tial tar
. .: . * Tapective Bustds ate agreed, that local | pinils, Konwnkilghe W. Matt- | SiON uxt bees de enezuelaty
- . it contains 16 ozs. OF ales must be tained tue hecresary ex: 5 ‘Tbe tender w Ww leave the Lighthouse dis; dienst post, 2 gage 1 tone 2 , ea de
. tiaotdiaary works, o welcome the tt, ueen’s Wharf, al nL with } ‘4
lewa re oO f I wend < at ions. Mixx, Not 26, decision, ahd the courage that has en: Psat forthe * Te i vita hat Tr Kovat butcu Matt alate 1 bag vegetables ands pas:
abled the decision to ariived at. Passengers are spectally no! thas S$ PREDE = co. + *
#TLED BY DISTILLERS, Ivehewy thal the members of all the | q lunzgaye hmlter to be deapatchad to | DRINS FREDEUIC HENDITK. «| Ocito pg Dictwsteue, Venezuelan boat,
y On Sale Ever ywhere Boards committed to the poltey puweas | the Homeward Mail, will leave the St. | Tredenk Hendiik ’ fa due bere from saz 7 tone, 3 days, Cano, Colorada,
MACKIE G CO., DISTILLERS, LTD. a sufficiency of public spuit to be | Vincent Jetty at 100m, on the day of f Veneauelan ports on or abuut the 10th | BS CoCo,
@ ” abate » "9 deserving of the contidence teposed [nj sailing, aud passengers are therefore [ March 1910, pax eoding afterwarda to | New Magnets, Unitish stor Dickwuon,









reqttestod to Kee that their baggage is Paramaribo, Mavry and Anisterdany | tay, G 2 agen
gent duwn before that hour, ty taking car, i, weneen gers and tails, zh ons} is yy aurneds “3 peck
( FADE. The KML. * Clyde is JHINS MAURIS ~The Dutch Mail Peova M. sMatH, — Brithvh barque,
ly Ste 3] te â„¢

due here from jBoutbampton Via Steamer * Prins Maurits’ f+ duo bteeves, 7) tonsa, 37 days, Mobile,
Cher burg and barbados on Wednes- | here fron: Ainsterdau via Paramatibo | Ata; G00,0U0 feet pitch pine lumber.
day wih Mach, sod will leave the Jand Demerara on or about the 26th | To Georgs It, Aleton & U
saine day fur New York, ew Plo. | March 1010, proceeding afterwards | CLeor arma, Venezuelan boat, Fran-
Colombia, Cartagena, Colon and [ty Carupano, Cumans, Guanta, La cisco, 2 tonsa, 5 days, Tucupito=

ASK FoR IT. Chem by Ubosa who chose then, With
out taxation, we Lake it, no one will

* claim there 1s any Leasonableness in
we G RE LL & Co. Ltd the demand fur local governments
. just se Ib ja a favour te manm wih

the advocates of representative govern
HN HIGH L S PULAR WHISKY AGENT, . ment that there tiould be uo tara.
— tion, She ond maxim is as good asthe

GLASGOW AND LONDON,
#ta bli sliecl 1°72. ,



















ae net F Onan ———— Fothersand we take ft that those whe | Jamuana, taking Jet class passengers [ (iuayru, Pucite Cabella, Curacao, Jao | ball
aoe os -['[- have now at last boldly diaded to | only, and nada, 5 ney 7 Hast. *
Can be7ordered direct from Distillers or local Spirit The Fort-cf-Spaty Gazette. ltpese ora tatation fo purely baa “ite ender mi eae the ght wel Aix Cayen Postauines and | sciusani, Dutch steamer, Hgmond,
Dealers and Whelesale from * PORT. OF SPAIN Teese et any tate who tiamuur, eee eee ety dere et NED | and ioails, cargo io transit and | passenger. To
- those at any rate who clamuur for | passengers for the * Clyde, passenger,
TUESDAY, Wr MARCH, 1010 | qwore complete local guvecninent. The Ibis compulsory for Panengers bag. Compug ise Generale si ltoyal Duteh Stall, stew Dd
SSeS invve is an earnest of hooest ine | gaye to be fumigated, and passengers Transatlantique, ZUR tons, OF rda: New . diver,
tentions on the part of those who bave | are therefore notited that a Nghter - © Levtavy & Bon. o - rdaye, « “ Sn
piade it; and we welcume itas a step] willleave the St. Vincent Jetty at 0 GAMTS, — mere ar Teo ald ech Mall passen-

10 R » O N 3 G R A N T & CG O. LOCAL TAXATION, shew ing considerable independence of
+ I

i Tue position at Jast taken up by the
Vincent Burtoio, Agents. | cuatruten of the various local oad | {ii bo terelyed. fm the ocveral di

ee Ts — ns | boards of the colony at theie meetlog | ricte concerned ia another matter;

lant week, tothe effect that the time | vidwe shall awalt with Intereet a

F «
e has come whenit ls Gecersary thatthe peault upon which will depeud. very
ree ers of fin posing so ee abel gieatly tbe creation of an pinion iu
d uplons, may be con- oficial circles as to the gincerity of
rerpective road jt Ten the demand for Jocal self government.

aw, on the day of sailimg, to take T POMINGUE—The I a
’ . D foe rench Mail} Kiya Kowanrp Vir, Unitish steaus
hein baggage Ww the Jjarge for S Sfeamer “St. Dowlugue” from | launch, Bergh, 4 tons, 4 hours, Cris-
RUBA ‘The RLS, “Oruba" fa Europe via Guadeloupe, Slartinigue tobal Coton ~ ballast and 8 passengers.
‘due here fiom New York, sla and St, Lucia, ie due heve ou or about | Mania ARMIDA, Venezuelan schooner,
Jamaica, Colon, Cattagena and’ Pio | the 24th Starch and will proceed after. | Zanala, 45 tons, 3 days, Cano Colora:
CVolumbiaon Subday Bid: April, and | Nerds to Deinerara, Suriname and dy 412 bags cocoa, 2 packages deer
will leave the next day for Southump. Cayenne, taking paswvengery, made] skins, 4 hides, 14 pieces balata and 2
.- pascengers,
DEPARTURES.

and cargo
ton, via Barbados and Cherboug, ta ENQUE —The French Mall
















‘th . Havre, Landon and Contl- Uimrtep Acurts, *
see pote taking cargo paseen- OUISIANIAN, ~The ou. “Loulsian- ee encodes ond? hooet eae

ho sideredas one of the most portant Ing panengere, cargo and mails, hk AW cE athe froch ON 1
BY MAKING US YoUR FIT. CALL, sepa Ii ia step the, deslie | ite eter ll leave the Lighthoure | oo.aVenetusian porta on ‘or about | Masacas, DAthh stoner, Kirkby,
‘ iikty of which wehavecftenadvuat- |The Constantine Subscription p7ot%n ene forthe "Oruba” the 26th March and will proceed afters | 1,800 tous, Grenada 260) tone Triule
———— —_ ed fn dealing with the financially Fun Pavawecuyels are epecially notified wards tu Martinique, Guadeloupe, dad crude lake asphalt, 1,643 bags
‘ y, . a / A ! f straightened position fo which mrost . that a baggage Jighler to be despatch. iny pase Bordeaux and dlarve, ke Tialdad COC 6S * 48 covos wastes
on sovlinent o of the local autho: ‘ties have from tine — edtothe Homeward Mail will leave [ 424 passengers, inaile and Cabgo. mags Venezuelan cocoa, 5%
will find the Best As “eae taneation has ala but hither | reeened atuuie onecnty ese been the St. Vincent Jelly at 10 am on Trinudad Line of | DS6s Teldad corona et
. ‘ 7 ¢ y of walling, an MRED ETS ATO Y cane
eNe by the extraotdinary ee jhat for Collec ted Ly Jobu 2, Cun we0 thovetore requested "toy fewe hone their hea 0.8 ina axe barrels butniegs 15 barrela pork 2
these boards Wo crpocing local tates | Collected by Geo, M. Cura: baggage ie web} down before that hour Flesvina Comsoaa | [0 tons Trintlad’ manjeck and 43
- would be, to use the siguiticantex prey L jbache } Fi Q Zhe Eust Asiatic Line MALACAB— be, 5 K. vs Maracas” ianengors, Hy ‘Trinidad Shipping
_ Hon ee Bot Spal there isu ¥ Borde a 3 ‘ 1 i 9 bth... of Mtexvers to New’) ok (pn Saturday ‘ab arch ManTinigui, Eten Maneamer, Le
f ‘ ITT yt wy a denying the fact thet the "taxable Collect Agapit veep Ee . H. ALaToN on 19 an dia ue there ou Sunday 2UU Berre, 2.440 tons, Carupano~part of
" EVER 1 UT TOGETHER. ca ae elmo | ee, een Ratfof Audit Gin haw g b 0 st THOMAS. dhe we 5 t Thotnas “ -_— ; —o vfs, ot Ih soe By
SOrte om " tasnipore | Queen’s Royal College —«s is due he ro 2 . ; OLTK rman steam ever,
% ees any 1c are aed oe to yiiy on bualf Tintd ad Dye Works » OFF O | Paramaribo on Thursday [7th Mareh Frederic Leylind & 4.033 “lonm. Barbedoe-Sis" tourists.
‘ n q any break the]. 4, Walke os .» 0 & O § 1010, and will the next day for Har vmpany . i Paul If. Scheerer & Co.
8 T Tt a N the last straw that would . N n iy
> OTION OF BR ilu A i u 9 | canels back, Hutin the country dis —_—_—_ bados, bt. Lucia, Domipica, Bt. Jue New Cotomiat Oo. | evgewsa, Venezuelan boat, Bello, 0
road buarde

tiicts where these local

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mostly bold authority, the cass le fer ereand mails fan. tedue here frum Liverpool via
. . ne —- . Cavro ALKGR ol
Which, with our 80 years’ expertence ollie Wine, roe isting aa acre,” and enderson’s, iy selling | White nee far budos ou or about 1Uth Starch 3010, | “AY Citert a toue Urletotad Coloatave
that on bouve property varies from ) Muvlins woth J/ per yard ab six cs Cabello, Curacuo and Carthagens

can Lins MASE EEA,
Should be of some Values to You. the single soou: barrack type. toa rate J puineruus to mention #6 balf their Patcsi Poinyeer & Co | taklog cago, passengers and wails, glee Ieitiel sloup, Jones, 24 tons,
- of seven and a half per cent oh houses | usual prices. We lave Just peceived 6 AGENTS eee eee Grenada—sundry packages wercbans

Gtasyow Direct Line] diese and 4

i tal value than | new ebipment of Flowers, Laces [tib- ECKLUENBURG ~ Thess. & Meck: 5
ofa greater aupudl ren al tous, Prints ete., pre our show wia M lenburg of the la mburg, American of steamers MAkcouMI, ‘Sritish Ugine. McLeod, 10
badou—ballast,«By J. Oy

j : the Hamburg-Amert proceeding afterwards tot Guayre, | dry packages wercbendies aud 2

four shillings per year on prenises of | pence per yatd and other lines too



de, thus, on small botuses,
there. being established @ syste of | dows for some of the lateotutyles, st] Line ia due here from Veneruelan 2 at ae RG ayD ee

s
to
r tazatlon which we think | will woth the ladiva the whileto go 13 an or about March 2th, proced: 4 " Newbol.
Al L & C 0 wt aed ith adventege {otroduced in ftoC W Hendereou's—The Rachange ae afterwards to Havre and flanburg APARISIA. Toe eee Napanios” Closing of o Walls
6 9 ° Poothpals (OF ee ere ants Men a Black Velvet rubber heal—per via BE Thomas Lablog cargo, passen: N left Glasgow on the Sid instal, go! .

gera and tails, and je due ber via Barbados on or
























as Woodhrook, St. James, aud pasts ie : . .
) these distsicts, | par Ziv, Mena * Nojar” Mabur ENETL . The as “Venetia” of ; Mails for Pto, Colombla, Carlagen.
ea, Marine &quare, eae they are only et | Heels yer pair 20 cts. TKO aveort- the Hawburg-Amerioan Line le about the ith fowtants pret Colon, Jamaica and New ycarteg the
© Jeph and Tuuapina pow, which imenteut 2 Ls oruainents aewon show | due bere from, auburn tt tn ugers and maile, aoe dalena wilt be stove on Sues.
ter supply an af st Mailiaids, howas og oF about the ee ey the bal atdoc the
Government Contractors, [imp fins Sis spheey tf) eee cauy acl ranean evant, Saann Cee Line Blane deg eee Col
ES , b the whole, and more There wa Udyra Of vi G a ‘o,—. . nh
= ttle any ia. the remote country | Water wane ee eed tery eos A MK | tabling cargo passpagers aod waila. NIWEUD CLEY-The ea," Ant 1 Bisile te oe Guan
ness '. " ra, ‘a

me intra Ae tic are oy covered was picaeed. with the big values and | ————— fron 4 puity fe due te arrive here Vercank nce by the farecso eo pnd
OR ies Ae = by sugar and cocoa estates, itcertaluly | the aullful pactures received free about tbe 2nd March, 1010, aod. will ¢ 1” will be closed on Thursday the 17th
had iuoue Minion canuot befairly asserted | Today we ate offering several new London, Direct Lane] teave the same dey for Now York, | lustant, atZovlock, p.m, precisely,

‘ tL ; ton isbigh considering that | lives (a at Jess than § price. Ineludiug ' x * | Hegtstration closes ot 1.90 pan,

wuvwwerevorwrrre that taxation is big is ; a of Staanvere. taking cargo, passengers and foalle, ie
Sh ° for it the dua ricte uct every thie tay ec ieee st PTs ena aes Naw Covoxia, Company 1 raees be as, “Hyades” ta yg for F Veramaribu by the Price
T. 10 the shape of rv echou anal = endrick w: osed on Sature
ALL COCOA ES ATE htpiely pole seuitasy servire, and | Weare otill giving away pictures -ALYBIA.~The im, Talytie” wilt tee £0 Artive here trois diuenos day the JMbat 10 octuck, an. pre-
* - the th a ao fa Ut Se ee ey sail on oF about tbe tun Maris April 1010, aud will leave the same day | Clesly. tegistration closes at 0.50 a.m,
“ rea _ ted ui ‘and need in 190 aking cargo, for Havre, London | for New You Dg cargo, passen: |
. Of 18 Ac » argument ofically” agaloet the io. Lalag's Ant jANTS. wad wib os sea GARSO. = mS 5. Bargasso” were and quails, The bure Cough Sure
ol e prevent gran aca ee ! i fa Daly = _ — Lalog’s te Coa Byrn

are? oe be slue bese fren Met in Worms sap the otrength and uoder- Fieseant ond ¢ttloacions, Kqually ee he

iculars
fier refused, For further particu That pol a few of the local } rest success bythe Mantersul Trimmed. bout nd
x tee eee aucady receiving. in pro- | Never fails to aehes & wydlete clon vat Lan ad Cee tion or eats to | wine the vitality of children, birength. | fur eblidren and + dala, Jest try suulieg

we
No Teasonabig
oO . boards
wriivn to the total revenue and | 6, coms ht Hees Trae yicceat: Deierare Labiog sarge parengere ant [Paneer aoa a ca toe pare a | curtis for thes Conse bah 'qnure roe
wal

yy eh,
wwe thele districts, cone | The Eng’ turminator to drive out the parasites: § Lelogs,

McKENZIB & KIRTON. Igor na tuot pirtetly proe Beret Fortwl-Bpeta, Tol. sy

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—
THE

110f- stlenee of PUERAED RET Iw and ite veter science
PRE ARANETA be marked by Ceastlen progress,
NEW DRUGS, NEW CHEMICALS aod NEW MEDICINES come
oonstantly inté use,—oew methods are developed, The drag stove
that dbserres your patronage ie the one .







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Scantling and Boards











which keeps NEW pRuCS step with all

progres, We in eadeavoar to Can Lo supplied at shortest notice,
cominct wach NEW CHEMICALS aatore, Oar from the * Raquit aw Lill, out
viook etuages | MEW MECICINES | aot grows 1s of all Kinds ©






GREOLE WOOD,

‘aud at prices almost at par
, With pitch piso,

Groove and Tongue Boards

SUITABLE FOR BUI DING

COCOA AND DWELLING HOUSES,
BRIDGES, aa_arelt_ ae
FURNITURE, &t.
can also be supplied in any quantity
Samples may be seen and prices
uoted at Mr, FREDERICK HBR.
XERA'S Store, No, 40, South Quay.
eeMarch 10th—-1m,

may be required to meet the moat advanced needs of the
ecdioni Mrofemmion, This is why the
‘$9 Jy a PROM Ks ER AW Ke’ is the best drag store to
which youcan take your preecriptiqns to be emppoanded,
A. @, De SILVA & Co,—Proprictors,
P, A, RAMSEY—Manager,

eB. DV















. BODFREY PHILLIPS, LTD., OF LONDON the Royal Bal

‘ MAXCFACTURERS OF THE ABOVE FAMOUS R.M.8-P e Steam Packet Co.
0 , 3 ARETTE oe

B.D, yo" PURE VIRGINIA CIG 5 | Coastal Service

“Pinnace” Navy Gut Tobaccos and Cigarettes

“RAHIRA TURKISH” CIGARETTES—Made from the
Finest and Best Blond of furkish Leaf.

—aLse—

“TRUE AS STEEL” Smoking Mixture,
Spectally made to sult both Pipe and Cigarettes.

All the above brands are Maovfactured by Britith Labour ard tha Firm are in ne
Way counected with “TRUsTs OR COMBINES,” .
The Smoking Lablic of Trinilad ara reepectially asked to give our goods a Sporting

SPECIAL NOTICE.

WING tothe RLS, “KENNET,”
being uoable to complete repsira io
time to resume the Trinidad Uoasta
Service on the 14th March, with the per-
mission of His Excellency the Governor.
the combined service around Trinidad
and Tobego will be continued by the
RMS “oPEY’ fora further week from
that date, aa under :--
On Monpay, l4tu Marci,—
The #0, “Spey’ goes South calling at
Erin, Moruga, Guyagueyare, St Marga-

re tal a Bort, Dat
~ ule All Fume sirbae Do) Rot tocke of above Tobaccos and Cigarettes may obt ee eu ie sega qbtaczeotlls,
name from the Agente: DKemaxrm, 3M ID Go., Broadway, wee Eoglish Mail), aud thence to Toon,

bave large atocks now on band. dcarborough (arrtviog Thuraday). Thence

goes West round Tobago calling at
Mount, Ievine,. Plymouth, Man o-War
Bay, King’s Hay, Roxboroueh, Pem-
broke, tlilistorough, aod Scarsborough
(arriving Friday) Leaves Scarborough

For GODFREY PHILLIPS, Lro,
THOS) WORTH, Representative,









aoonp ~ RUBBER on Friday at 10 pe with English Mail
AT, calling at Toco, 088 OIF, uette,
au. AT Blanchisseaee, arriving at Port cf-Spain

on Sunday morning.

RensonAwito |! (Offa: sizes aod descriptions are now maunfictured
Ox Monpay 21st Mauer —

th aea b .
wRIOUsS onthe ee. =. WUILTS} The “Kennet? aod “Spey ‘resume their
ATRIAL, 77, Queen Street. Ya Apauson Paintrzix, | tespective services as per printed itine-

rary.
Ror further isformation apply at the
Company's Office,
MA6RINE SQUARE,
PorT-or-Sraty,
13th March, 1910,- Iw,

FOR SALE,

pe Properties of the Jate LUTCHMEE

AVARADUE, saitste at Sangre Chi-
quite, in the Ward of Turore, to the
Manozanilla Waid Union, consistieg of
three several parceia of Cocoa Dvanta-
Uous, paemaly :~

1 Alland aogolor that certaia piece or
parcel of land situate at Ssogre Chiquive,
tthe Ward of Tarure, in the Mensaaille
Ward Unioo, tn the Island of Triuidad,
Oomprieang 24 acres, and lounded on
the Korth by lands petitioned for by Gayar

Daisad, on the hoath end Wiat dy 0 dwo
lauds, 071 (bo Kart by a epace reserved for a
roat, The whole of thi: percel is ander
ea vation sod now conlalos 4,29) beare
fog trere, and B00 email trees.

Y Atl that parcel of land comprising 23
asses, Atoods aud 2E pecbesdesciited fo
Ceowo Grant erteret in Volume CXU
fol 263 and bodes ta the Nosth by a
road reserved 50 lhoks wide separating
auds herely granted from lands of Sook.
urpna Mabra lige, on the south and Weat
by Crown Innd sod on the Enat by a road
reserved 1) Jinke wide and iolersecied
by Pool Kiver with a tecer ed 45 lloks
wide song either bank.

3% All tbat paroel of land comprising 24
sores, 3 reoda sud 2U perches (described an
Crown Grevt enterrd in Vo'uma CLY fo'lo
350) and bounded tn the North by lands of
Lutcha ee, Mahradge oa the Bouth by tands
priitioned for Ly Hoodiab, on the Kast by a
road reeerved 50 linke wide, aud on the
Weoat by Crown land aod futersec'ed b:
the Pool River with a reserve 45 inks wide
os either back Zecres of which are vader
eultivativa and cuoteis 40 cocoa trees,

Totendingpurcbasera may wey either to
Me W. Israne Jayvena, of No, 105 Queen
Atreet, Vort-of Spain, dylecttor s or to
Uoowandial, of Manzenilla, Planter,

Mareb 1at—Jus,_

Sale at Auction

—aT— .

COLONIAL WARBROUSE (Bond),
TUESDAY, 110 MARCH, 1910,

Rives NLD by fostyuettous received,
Ibe undersigned will cer for se'e

3. 20 Q, y
i ° :

10 4 Brls,* Susint’ Gigarettes
Coatalolog 50 doses packages cach, and
Banded io Doceuber, 19u9,
Baie at 10 axaa—Terms

dtrictly Cash, .

Â¥. J. BCOTT & BUN,
Covet, Auctioncsers,

No 12, tu Vinceot Street,
Sih Marc, 1910.

cI

Rawliss Famous Five Cexls

WiAvAowus YAilis,
Fer all billous attacks, headaches ete

RAWLINS'S DRUG STORE.
4 Park Street.



-IF YOU ARE ENGAGED.

" Ityou contemplae being engaged, or if you {know anybody
who is engaged, you should not torget

£3. DEVEL EOS, 23, FRRIERIOR STREET.





: 6
Yion’t order from a catalogue waich shows a picture ofa Diamond th
size of a locomotive flash ight and only got a mero little twinkle,

Money refunded if qual

SEE

ity is not as guaranteed.

WHAT YOU BUY.





A EVEIMINDERE..

UCIEN’S COCO 4 & CHOCOLATE are the most esteemed articles of dict on
~ the market on account of ther outritive pro; ies, Hsing uoddultotated they
have no equal as they are manufactured from the best cured cocoa, you save moocy
when you buy —

Bucien'’s Ooconm 45 COhoootiate
because they are made locally, and therefore are not subject to Tart Reform duty
asforwgo makes,

Mib Tins 19¢, Chocolate Kon Lic, Klb Tablets 6c, ieib, Tablets
sac. Parckanes of 52 Chucolate Sicks or Tablets 2}4(b 36¢,
To,be had at all (scocers aad Shopseepars, and wholesale from
44LEBWNT LUVIN a2 oo,
Chocolate & Cocos Mannfacturera, 1, Charlotte Street.
Travelling Representatlive-HENRY BE. GIRUUX,
‘puont No, 59















Use Aladdin Security Oil

In your lamps, an oil that is famous for its suporior
quality, It is wator whito in colour and RIVES
beautiful white light, it will not crust the wick,
told in casos and wood and stocl barrels,

MOTOR GASOLENE

Manufactured especially for use in Automobilos,
Naphtha Launches and Gasvlono Engines.

Rayo Lamps and Porftcction
Bluo Flamo Oil Stoves,
If not found at your doalers, call or write

WEST INDIA OIL COMPANY,

2. Offico: 2°St, Vincent Stroot,

Tolephone 651,



- FACTS

CIGARS AND CIGARETTES

SOLD MEDALS of the Uighest aweeds wherever they have coon
Tere ee only ClOAIIS nd CIOARETIES nwunded eertitcate of Loooar
, Sica Inter ¥xbii

ite Fe Ogure and Clgaretios are fog smokers of onltuzs and discenia

ality and asoms,
mie, Une amlehip’ end Biscding of MACHADOB CIGAIL AND
CIGALETIES eenact be excelled oF equalled

. B& J. B MASHADO.

Hasbdous Street Jamaica,

———— + ee +



WIFE NOTICE,

aplwe PUBLIC ary bereby seutloned, ros
bo givo any erelit whatever to my
vite ElazaastH, a4 she ie no longer under

» be bavi 0
wea ce sre lsd Be
LOUls YOUNG,
Meparaill'n,
aay,





‘TABKQUITE SHH ILL

i} Son Insrranee Office










AIN ‘GAZ
IN SURANCE.
FIRE RISKS on all kinds of Pro
perties accepted by

Tho North Brijish & Mercantile
INSURANCE CO, LTD.

Batabishedct 1803

Total Funds at Slst December,
1908..seesseeseese L19,121,310 0 0

Total Revenue for year 1908

Th te £4261456 10 10
@ strong position beld by the Uompany

on this, the conus Lite entabliah,

mest, aboald appeal to all those who

deaire Sale Iosarance,

CLAIMS PAOMPTLY SETILED

Bole Agents for Fits, Department
= in Trinket’ « me

fi df
Tho Trinidad shi & Trading
a





































MARINE INSURANCE effected on Cargo
Bpecie, (Gold for Silver) and Registered

Post, by
THE OCEAN
MASINE INSURANGE (CO. LID

or
CAPITAL
RESERVE os

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

are

MWistablishect 1710,
— i

The Suq Insurane
FIRE Of, Ofice ia the oldest Eur
Tasurance Compan
the World, Ipinsures
egelnet Lowe or Pam
age ire Sugar
aud Cocos Kathtes,
BP og: Buildings and Machin *
O-ery, Dwelling Meuses
Warebouses, Shops, &
their contests, at Cur
s

—
z
"of HAV
Noro

ent Rates,
afb: t, cent off
Rosldeacke i off Rates for country

Plate Glase Whodows fasured,
Ranr—losvrances can be effected fot
eecaring Indemnity for the lose of
Loosen tp ease of fre, ad
y onip, ma god
Tooowe fi ‘7 see camae
ncome in sem et seeseneeeane £1,033,48
Total Funds 3let Loc. 1907 wyoe ats
TXLEPHUONE No. 170,
. OE. Feeid, Agent, l'ort-of Span
Sub Agente, Port-ot-Spain—Mallere Stores
Li Sub Agents, Sau Fernando—L
W. Bonyan & Co.—KMareh lth-3a

——
AUCTION SALE
- 7 ¢ OF
OX WOODEN and Concrete Nogging
Tenewent, covered with Galvanize
Tron, koowa as No 3 Chfton Hill ia the
wo of Port-o! a wil be aol
MONDAY 2lst at MARCH, 10. be:
tween the hours of f and 2, at No, 3 Clif.
ton Hill near Govetament Quarry,

Tormse—Caa!
L oh iLiAM BEST,
ied, «
No, 86 Frederick Biteer, © ANHOE eet

—
Wife Notico,

f]VUE pall o le hereby cantioned f

T giviog acy credi¢ to uy wits Guate
lotte Ana Beard, she baviug ify ny buses
and protection aloce ‘a be 3.b Deceanber,
JEURUE B.

No, 2 Argyle Street, BALD,

MRS, ANNA C, BEECHAM,

Resaite of Aanstyela Telephon: .
C BR TCATED Teacher of cuaoy years’ Sample cf dee Received from the Slaoeger » cnelic
, ex-Head Mistress of % ni et '
Fernanda Gurls Seattel Schoo),Savoneita Gon, 2th January, 10, The sean ee a yN oTic E.
fi . vowa widow teins s—_ AVE appoioted Ma, WALTER
ive I
tng Kinger'Gartee oot pvae scot | Zeal Side 2 prtapertoo,coo| A. WARD VHLCH ot Mere Ward Price

at a moderate rate, ai ber residence ii
Crus New Road, Sao Juan,—March Tae a

DENTISTRY.
Dr. J. Baloh Carrington,

vead Oullege of Dental Sar .
Seon ae
oor ‘.

OFiocen ROOKE,

@w~ No, 4 Sackhvi'le Street
Police Headquartera oPponlie

DENTISTRY. _
Dr Ut W. LYNCIL,

(Gott Medatush and Demonstras
Afdarry Dental Lotige t w SAy 4

avy Eredertole st.
All branches of Upto date DENTISIRY
“actioned oa modero priucy al Fopuls,
wee PHONE 35. —Noy, 13! = 1900,







~AT—

Ice House.

APPLES,
APPLES,

'

wr Teasonable , ou pay 8
CRONEY & CO, | ait sui un witty er Peony ec cru
"| cecuatl deere ments, Sed fate @ 1 yous wivney, aud bot adulter-
Fort-ol.$ pate, ’ NE, — Aduiterated goods are not to be
11th March, 1910, Febesnty tod, 109, maaan grange seco deed
‘

MUESDAY_ MAROH 13.1810 >
For Sale Cheap. |
A SMALL COCOA ESTATE

about 12
containing : =1,600 Bearing Cocoa Trees
and 630 Young Cocos Treos.

oy fertile Crown Lands,
0



Schjolseth & Holler.

Appreciated by all classes, from

SOLD IN BARRRLS 7 doz, PINTS

Every bottle aas_ cork

Sea that you get the geanine article

AUS TROHGR



Trinidad Electric Cp,,

Only the Eurest Ice,

Chlorice

Free Amwonle
Albuminoid Ammools
Nitrogen ss Nitrates...

that the Icq te

rex

PRICE
»

San Fernanda Regatta

vue
HETURN TICKETS as, Childsen } price
Refcsahmente will te soldon board at
reasonable raven ’ “e
formation, plesse ay ply to Warrumay,
ILatver, Clothier and OutBeter, 15 Vredst
rik Street aud Alex Juba Pars Paarmacy,

£100 REWARD.
A

Htivous who shell give such
to say buyeaduary Juice of the perce



BED MORTAR
die

WE, FILL PRESCRIPIONS

This tea branch of your business
which fe beildiog up fast. Most
pouple, when they bare a prercrip-
tion to be filled, want ttlmmediately,
they waat lé prepared by an esperi.
enced clerk 3 they Want te filled with
potent diage #9 as to get the best
reealte quickly. Ia thle weescel,
becauee when your preecription ts
made up atibs

REO MORTAR

‘ou nob only ged the purest and
Treshed drugs, bat by reason of the
check azatem, every particle that
goes Loto tn dn carefafiy wetphed and
measured, No tmatter who pros
tribes, bring your sexs to ue,

Iinfluonza
Telo the air—Use Barth's ball day
cold aod iofluenss cure--works Mike
acharm,

| Ter Bottle AH Coxmta |

ITUATE Ia the belghts of Guanspo,
aeres, ond of , which
se hee ere ander ealtfration,

This property fs bounded on {he Eaat by
b ticnlare apoly to
+ Fare MAS AMOROSO.

No. 22, Henry Street. Port-of Spvin.

3rd March, 2w.
ee

Cedar Logs

BOUGHT.



REVOLVER STOUT

FRESH SuIPMENT

#f BACH



OFFERS FOR SALE}
Ex s.s. “Ocamo,

ND Lnmwiggosatin:
“ mh = 4 Caces Glass Jars ”

Ex RECENT ARRIVALS.
20 Carboys SULPHURIC ACID,

highest to the

& Bela. ARLINGTON BEE

and< 03 QUABTS, each.

Sicases ” ‘



“60 Bags COTTON SEED MEAL,

branded.

AND CAPSULE EMBOSSED,

24th Febraary, 1916.

FOK SALE BY

Int & Of

Chacon St—Televhone 190,

24 St, Vincenr Srrerr,

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AUCTIONAER,
THE

Tsewited,

Look! Look q!
USH, USE, USE,

Auctioneers,
and Accountants,

ANUFACTURED,

TORT OF- . .
Sco Professor Carmody's Analysis, SPAIN, .B. Wal

0,001

OWE,
The atove analytical resalts ‘Indicates
slmost free {rom impurities,

Marloe Square
AGgxt for Trialdad and
North American
pany Toronto Canada,

8. P, SAUNDERS,

that it bie hees coretalty meanaf, District M ,
aud that ateain ts the form of water trem March 6 bly, " anager:
which it bus been prepared. —_—

Sgd) VP, Carmony,

Government Analyet, Rendence,

HiMR3D'S ASTHMA POWDER veniances,
OR ASTHMA, to view, aod further Letormetions

oer map 8 22 | Meare,’ Wann Paice & Co, A

RAWLINS'S DRUG STORE

49 Park Stree

EXCURSION

Eqaure, Port of Spain,—11/3/lw,

with 15,000

tmilier cocoa houser,<- t

Jety at 7.30 o'clock, Ore and stteative.

For tokets antall ip.

morigegs al Serlted, Ww
#pplcacion to Messrs WARD Paice & Co.
Auctioneers and Lv'ate Axente, 63 Marine
bquare, Port- A-Spainy—11/4/10e- iy. rine

NOTICE.
CHEAP COOOS AKO THEIR EVIL,

REWARD of Uae Hasdred
(£10u) willbe patd to oy Peet

the peace,

apy Udicer o the Constabulary ot

«mt



T. GEDDES GRANT

3 Casce 1 1b, Tins LUBSTERS~Flat,

35 Brie, Hanover LTORK—40/50 Pieces.

10 Tanke Batgers SWEZTS 100 4ib fare,
° 70 Ab. tibe
JAMS-6 dozea each.

DA aN
Q, BROADWAY, PORE - OF -SPALB, | ssren nse it

JU. M. D'ANDRADE

Assurance and General Commlssion
ACGCAMT,

ReAL Estate BroKER

Aaditing of Accounts noaertaken.

OPPOSITE GRNRBAL POS? OFFICE.

WARD ERIGE & C0

Valuers, EetatexAgents

oo IMiuri.me“squar eo,

aud Co, Auctioneers and Estate Agents 55
Port-of Spun GENERAL

ebsga for The
Life Asswrance Com-

O BE SOLD — ‘ihe attractive Fanlly
" No. 140 Heary Streei,
Port-of-3pein—with twa reception and sin
bedrooms, frontand back galleries, bath-
room, Btabling, garden aod sll modern con-
venigoces, in a very evo! and hea'tby posi-
ressonable, For order
tpply to

aad Katate Ajzenis, Office 55 Marine

p TPOR SALE~At Low Pitors. Tha well

known Cccon Estate “Sen Jose”

Tombacusngy Caurs, contaiolog 72 serea

ll bearlog frees, and 3,00

freee ia contractors bands. One large

Cocos House with doreiiog below and two
60

giv bem bls personel
@ year
satilactory These Falates a6 wel worthy a
the attesticn of foteoding purchasers. «
Part of parchace movey may rmala on
all particulare oa

iL eaters
you fT winbcut spy jes ‘cutas








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“MAQDALENAY, >
“CLYDE CENA” = '

The abote steamers yan”,
Ppasseogers only, tod recy

* | Firat & Bocond Cheaa

ee eee laated
eat

steam honch, Port by

Regular service of

a
Londvn, Hall, Cardiff se
Inter-Colealal Sieg

The Co p a
eave Barbadeo ele

AY, Proceeding tos
a) Demerara, ra
nada and Bt
(2) Grenada, ci
Dominica, Mi
Neve and 8
ei
ree
wor bao wil ayer
8 : °
called weer 6 Steamen

ae ;

. 25 Barrela OANADIAN PORK HEADS, Parcela are con :

Glasgow Steamor Sotho age | ek te ie at

- estinal
———_ ; AMILY TOI | Klogiom, 7 (OA
Al a

Soll by every Dealer throvgnoas 3 Halt Barrels Tongues, — 4

ine Colony =e 10 Cosee 1b, tine Line Now BUTTER to see posers a lade
ting . oe

WARHKANTED, 21% dik tins CREAM RODAS — | De obtained on the teader. “+

120 Bags °*'Favourite* FLOUR, OI Fre.

PUR, . 200 Bage SPLIT PEAS. Port-cf-Spava:,
Witolesomea 6 Drume CALCIUM CARBIDE

FOR SAL

my
1 BET SECOND

Baftable for « Horee~15 haadh
For farther Partlcalary
0:


Smith, Robereeri

OFFER FOR Bath

100 Barre'a CEMENT" %o
25 Pnoa ** Ford &
Picked THMPEEE om
Exe Reve Ago
60 Fir io ny BE
IW. BY»
eg Vk
10 Cates Finest Copschape:
e
224 Bags FINE SALT ie
aia

co se te te
1 Case BRAZALIAN C6
5, Chacon Nireet.
2h Jeny., 1910 +

wow st
RULPHURIC ACIDis
GAUITER'S BRANDY ia
Oskdale No. 1 Oleomsr,
Obienda fs COCOA M.
FIRE BBICK3~" G.
ST, RAPHAEL WINE
WHISKY—Fioest &






Sce every Sunday¥y
from Sunday 6th









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pearanierntinttimteenenneen SUL PLEMENT M) THE PORTOPSPAIN GAZETIE TUESDAY MAROH if wm nw 4.
~ ~ TRINIDAD, ve SENSES? nanincamamvems Setamsatysassrunmasestilt
RADAY THEIR DAY 3 SALE FOR TUR DB. ‘ TRINIDAN 2 Gy / TRINIDAD, Trintbao, “
; a TRIL 1910, Jathe Supreme es Triefdad and vette OF MARCH THR 181 DAY FETA ae Court of Trleided aoa’ Towne Bapetine & pe of Tilelded, ard jia the Bepreme Cart of Trioldsd and Te the Seprems Ovare ot rinhind aod
“— ATIC ‘ To ‘otago, . ‘aha
CRs bereby given thet No, 25t ot 1900, Peete MITICE tm hereby aren that Fs sso ot igor, Tete Na tetet it ° ** No, 261 of 1909 _amiasey Jertediquos Por-ol Bpsta,
oT power ¢i 8a’s donfet. } Jobe Th ween ferred on Morteagees by the Oonzeyancing between UB twret Retweee No, 113 of 1908, .
7. ecs by the Conveyancing ; omas Rodriynes —Piaiatir © dinanee No, 22and erptatned Ina corale Macey & Op» Plalailfts Feaecois Ayotiol~ PF alatify The Trinidad Beilding and Loen Acvocias Retwere
Flew ef Property Ordicance nember paiin py oe Deo t gf Mort jared the 2od of Jane an mand ' tha— Plato, E-post Atgaetus Robinson = Molatii
4 we eel ta three Memoranda ef 1 UBLIe NOT! A orbers.-Dehedsats, | 1908, rerisve No, (7 foe the year Iutert Ton Chaa—Defendant Jamee Howard Kieg, J. J. Reteiro and apd ‘ aod
ed respectively the ard day purenantto ICE Ybersby given thes 1006, and mede Lotwren the Jacorparsted (By O iginat Actton) Jacves Willem Fetcher—Delendacte, | Ricbard Adolpbas Wina—Delendast, Veet Etleane Damoret+Defondsad -
* rant 1 -« —— --
Me tpOv ood made by Falls | 1O-bdey of Jenuary 1910 and to an | Trintied herelastter cad Tee era oats wand PUBLIC NOTICE fe bareby givva that, | PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby gleep thad | PPUDLIC NOTICE ie beret slorg that
i, ie favour of Elisabeth Lawrie d ted th 0 Heaour Me Jantiea Swan | of (ha Gest pare, Jamen Martin Angas! Marley & Os Plaiotif purve snd to the deerechereta dated the by a Decree of His Usnour ade Jaatice 1 faruant 1a adeerve he en dated the
adh be pet up for Bale by Pablio | sity eee sty Of Yaroary 1410, there | Thomea of the second part, acd and Set dey f January. 1910 aad by an orvet | Swan bearing dave the2¢h dey of Jane. | tb cey cf Al rch 1902 064 9 an o-ver of
the aodersigned at the'r] ip, Cove ine for ms before thy doora of | Trustees of the third parte there ail The Adminietrator-GeneralaDefendens | of Ifa’ Movour ‘ibe C tel Jertice made] ary (910 acd ac order of His Ifoneae M4, | He Wooour Mr Justice Raveeil mece ba
No, 2 Heckrille Street ia day the 17ib ‘ay, ‘or -of-Spain o3 Thure [pa np for ace by Pablio Auction by the | (By) Urder dated 29.b Nuverubor 1909) Jhertla the diet day of February, 1910, | Jastice Qaceell nvdein tha Action on the | the ators milter en the S0h day of

ucderrigned, at their Anal ¥ —s there wil] be par ap fa als Le'ora the] Jch day Of Mireh 1910 there will ba pot © Dearmber 1909 ihe wit be rns spfor sate
a Go ner i Rackeitle sR UBLICO NOTCE Is hitedy/given that doors of the con t Mone. Port-of-Spain, | for ‘sae before the doves of the Cones before (he doors of the Coare Honsey

Port of Sptia on Thuredsy po! Merch 1910 between
htreete, on Teesdey, the 13th day of hy ao Ocdew of His Haroarthe Chief | om Thucatey, thd Lith day of April, (910, | Hocea Port-of%paie on Taarsdey ¢ a Yort of Spain, cn Tharsdey the 210 dey
t

am of the bours Land 2 p.m,
sre ee ee a te on re
; ot pareet of land situate | situate io the town of Portal Seete inthe







Morch, 1910, between the hoars of 14 Jeticd mode boela onthe 14h day of | betwrea the loars of One and Twapm | day of April 1910 between the boos April 1910 bata ren the} oursof Lacd Zp m




Al chat parcel of lent aod eocot pase

























ay Caron! sf and 2 p.m, J? t ALL and SINGULAR thet certale par | acd two pit, All that Meaa:ee and F
mrepcetinnn saore, On tak Jeland of Trinidad the Brat thereof known ° singular those thres parrele of Febracey ld here Bul Gwe tage foc tel or lot of land, formerly part of Bt. Clair [et land {ation koown ve *‘Lrfe’ situate at Leiese
cod with the abuttele end lormerly ta No. 34 of Victorla Steeed bet | tand tod enooa plantation, a'tasde fe the | Portof Spsta, o2 TLuaradsy the 14.6 day Eatate Landa, coutainiag 23 O92eapesficial \ fnatbe \\ ants Geapapocomprisieg 16 aciee
ree thereof showa on the plan | craic se No lz Rodoey Street and | Ward of Toco, a the Islnd of Teloinad, | of April, between the hora of one end | feet mora or tera. 'y Lreod and 21 perebes end abutting on (he
the Crown Grant, Teglatered, fa Rod DK 08 the North acon No, 10 of | The first thereof coraprivicg 18 acres and | wo p.m, All that plees of land eituste | Mucurapo, Inthe Elend cf Trinidad, aod} Street h North 04 lend snow or foraetly of the
’ Hfolia S7lofthe Registrar ney Beroet, on the Soath upon lot 4 of | 2 rosds and abutting oa the North on jand | In tho Ward of Marszwitl, [a the Ie'erd | alaliing on 1 orth wpoa Sb Cele | Mederic Crown on the Routh on lead of Jove Argel
Rodney Street, now ov lately of the Crown acd o1 the] of Trinidad comprising Blteen acres three | Avenue, 01 th: uth partly upon lot No, [and 8 foches wore or aad abatiing oo | Garcia and « shying, on the Esetou lead





; Crown Lan Ytod Bouth | or formerly of Ei one Bevo a doo the No.4 and bef the North Ube lot formerly 104 but formet'y et BM Pe 4
euue it and on the | La Nourice” Estat: a . 7, onthe East apon ot No, 4 and on the; the North apon tbe lot formerly now of former'y ¢ area Pens am
‘West upon Rodney Street and the second } jate) of Alfred Bourlece Sanne on the roan tela ae Prvihes be the nth Weat on Groen lated ALSO ALL and | cow 730 Fredstick Street on tte South | Samat] Johneos aod on the Wert oa i
thereof koown as No. 8 of the Sea lowe re | South on Crown laud, now or lately in the | the abattels aud boundaries thereof snewa | SINGULAX thes certala other parcel o [apon the Jot fwmerly 9 bat sow 26 | Crown tend ard on o ravice with tbe ape
eleimed from the Soa and retursed in the occupation of Charles Robert, on the Estilo the ples or diigrem shewa tn | lot of land formerly part of StClaie Estate | Freder'ck 8 reet on the East upoa lot | partences thereto belonging.
Po aang late Doron zh of Porto Bpela 0 land now or lately of the Crown, on | the wargia of tbe Cartificate of Title | lands contatuiag 9,977 snperficial feet mare | forme ly 43 bat now 31 Henry Btiect and | Dated the 9 b dey of Merch 1010,
ow kpown as the corner

Reb by Crown Lande andon the
Fay lends of J. Mv Creepo and by

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lend tel ' or less eituste fa the sald ward or Macu- fon the West upua Frederick &treet. Alvo (Sgt) EB KRAUCLIYFE CLARKE,
Auctionters, _ tov No, 9 Daacau Btrees and deecribed oa Silvery end on tea bet nee boars rere LXNXVIE Told tree pak st tapo, aad abatiiog oa ths North @pon fot fatl that percelof laod with the Batldings Depaty Register,
pow abutting on the North upoa No, 31] tn the oneepation cf Robert, aad on the | on the North by «toad resorvel thirty-fiva | Na 5, om the Foath upoa Sweet Brisa | thereon te in the Town of Port-ol- | TRINTOAD.





bPOR WEDNESDAY THE ler
E. DAY OF MARCH, 1910.

OTIOR ls hereby giv
x of tbe ro

Danean Street, on the South upos Harve Weat on laod ob wide ’ Road 09 the Erst apon lot No. 7, and on | Spain eforessid hoownas Na 28 Norfolk | ta iba Supreme Court of Trioidad and Tobega, |
Btreet, on the East upon Dasean Stress Evgene. } ow or lately of Jellea poke or Ouaies Atked act as ue ‘att ibe Want upea Crown lands, logether with ] Street meseuring 74 feet aod 10 foches 09 | Ne, ess of 1g.
and on the Wead npoo Ne 4 Harvey ‘Lhe beoond thereof comprising I acre, 2} part! laade of the sald Charles Allard | the building avd eppartenances thereto | the Northera boondry Moe 07 feet end 3 PRetwees
Street, roode and 39 perches and abatting on the | ant By Tents of Viscente Appaticio belonging faches on the Boctartg Boundary tae 43 Sarah Harrls Owea~-Piaintif
Dated this 20th dey of January 1920, Dated ttie 24th day of Fetroary 1910, Dated this 24rd day of Fobrosry, 1910 [fest and ten iochis on the Eesteia Charis Wile Deferdant,














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Nonb on lind pew or lately of the Crown,


















































certal eas on the South or land row or latel EB. RAOCLIFFE CLAKKE. gd. T. Ae THUMPSUN, =, boundary line SI fet and 7 inches oa the

Tee xt November, 1907 (rey istered EB, RADCLIFFE CLARKE. Adriana Bherty, oa the Eset on teed ao Deputy Regracrar. Regletrar, Weetern bonodary ond abstling oa UBLIC NOTICE is hereby given that [a
Fhs for 1907) sad made between Deputy Regiss ar, | or latey of Allred B. Sesley, and on the 7 a - the North apsn fot No, 13 Drostway oo} Deen eee ‘Deere hice or Ha
Fee O.ivier of the one part, and Weet on the "La Nourice” Extute, TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO. the Bouth npoa No 2a Norfolk iret oa | 7, Fer er Jottice dated the re kenat ut
gelacturere’ Life Toraracce Cow. Ard the Third thereof comprising 14 I the Supreme Coart, ths Eat upon other lande of E, A, Hubia january, t9to, aad to ihe Order berele of ths
uber par, there will be pas) —"ibided sna Tobego acres, 1 rood and I} percher, and abartiag | TRINIDAD, No, 24 of 1910 soa and on the Weev pertly apon Norfok | {ionour the Chiat Josiice dated the grd day of
es ‘Fatt Anction b Pe In the Supreme Con.t, oa the Noth on taod now or latel al In the Bupreme Conrt of of Trnidad and Toe Registry ab tort-of-Spata Street aod partly spog a Kavloe being | starch, rgio, there will te put up lor sale before
woinaie Auction Bert No 2a | NO 12 of TOO the Matter of ‘Adil oa Skerry, on (be 8 sath aad Huet om Tabsgo, Jo the Asters of the Retate of leuetbold Interest for b0 youre granted. by, | ibe dares of che Court House, ia the sad tows

: 5 oven! jam Corbie soortsia of Looe dated the 220 -Spaia, on Thursday, 7
at street, fa the Town of Port. The Estate of land now oy Istely of the C own, and on . Between Ivectthe Ward of Lyyeutille fa the [ace | Apel, ryto between the hours of ¢ ard pat,
oa Wednesday the loth day of] ano Hitzabeth Crooke late of Alexander the West oa land bow or lately of Adriana Charies Joha Massy—Plaintuf, Islsnd of Trinidsd-Jecoased, dey of Moreh 100g ite ttt nase aod mi ibove two piece! or parce 6 of land situate

Skerry, with the a purtenances,








10 between the hours of one end Villege In the Ward of Conve In the between E, A, Robtoron of the one | la the Werd of Narva and which are Deld

and
Margaret Hermiaa Knox—Defaadant,












All those foar several Is of i Dated this 8,h dav of Febraary, 1910, “Ele bk ma under tbe Reat Property Ordinaoce, The Fist

is the Ward of Blerscas in| Tlsed of Trinid d—Decessed, OUI JOUN &CU,, =a DP errkprtlonson bus tron tarde to me | pee ee See tte SALT eeaee eetaatene | avert eemprmog”s sea and fond” de
of Trinidad, the first thereot UBLIO NOTICE ts hereby givea that Auctioneers, puBtic NOTICE ig. hereby give that by Eeganie filenty ofthe vrei! we wlth womens an? app’ tineated {4 the dlagram ef ian attached ta atbe
Van ecresand abattiogon the application bes been Tele to me by} “SALE FOR TUESDAY THE 3308 ite vere ithe (tne acre pnens ot Leventille fa the Iulacd of | Dated thie 1th day of March 1910, 267 ofthe Real Propenig Regutee Bock, and



Beath and West npon lands now or | Orivia Amelia Capes of Alexander Vul- .
Brae ttc fit ike | foie a's fCoery a ne
Istand of Trinidad. widow, fora grevt o' . 5
Caching sceniat| pete tein ee Stic | PUNO SOT nt de
nthe North South aud Kast | sein day of May 1908 of Ann Ehzateth ferred on Morty gees by the Conveyan-
w or lately of the Crown on | Crooke late of Alexander Village [n the clog wail Luwol Preperry Ordinarce No,

1h day of Jancery 1910 acd to the Spinever, for a grace of Lattere (°gd) E. RADCLIFFE CLARKE, ti unded on the Novia by Croea laed aod by

, oo M tire Russel J ration tothe Ka of Joseph Depniy Registrar, lands of Moses Willy, on the South by Crows
sei heated at see 110 uel Wuliaa Corhie with wal aavexed bears face i Tosaco, — lands 07d hy, lanes of Darid Dapseat, othe
will be pat up for ws beforetbe doors of the arn heenld Jaceubs Willian ‘Corbie ‘ot the No. 32 of tone Sapreme Court, Dund Baptist and by Crowa taed, aad on the

teofe . Secon
“EI Choro” Ra be Bae oo 'Thareday the Sth day of Ff teh utd Ward of Laveatil’e, deceased, who | 14 the Matter of the Estate of Charla de Wath coe nh Te Se peapelet ie
oro vines Che | Ward ef Cours {io tke said Isiand, who 72, contened ia the deed of Mortaace | 1910 betweea the bours of land 2 pin died on h 3 h dey of Febroary 1901 bev: hilta dete of Porte-f-Spaia fa the | beng a portiun of 10 acres as ce ineated Ia thy
“ wa the Noth aed Woe open bied on tite tee a so dapuary aa dared the lth day of September 1906. | Ail and singular those two peveral meg-a- tn oat hating "0 vis dogth etd Place Island of Teinidad (deceased), Giagrare on plan auected to the Crowe deat
rs avin er death a d Porte she ¢ a . . —— ad ia Volume XX lotia St, an 2
Rigew oe lately of the Crown on the Slace of abode at Alexander Village io the rere Ota dete Joh tbat your whe daes sitaste ly therett foroariy’ keen as said Ward of Laventitle, the said Marlo pe BLIC NOTICE fe hereby given that snd wo ectea are bounded 09 ihe North co
od Janda vow or late!y occupied by | Ward of Couva the said Oliys Amelia Ca- one part ard Jostph Groacettiof the other | 135 Park Streot bud pow renumbered and | Ersen¢ Heory the sole immediate epplcation h a been made to me by | tan’s of R Boys, on tands of Coarks Wile
on the East npon the Queb- } noe beinz one of the two Jieecutors oamed arr, therewill Le pur up for ealo byl koown ae No Sl Park btrees ani { deveesaod legatbe under the said Will (fing de Silva of the Town of Porl-ol- | acd on lar de of David Bsptist, on ibe South on
Se hte en | fe pel tn oie Usrator deeot | Ei acta, La die oderdgand | eailg oath Mocibog Pare Recon | Moca cristo ne guyetees of ony) Sees its ac idend fora grat af | Mote tAvaitn Noeryce aha te
" § Robert Croo aving di jntes tl farb, Ne 4 Bo Vi & . Letters q Ministration wlth the will oned
‘ and abuttlog on the North the 10h day of Oecember 199, And ee aieine Mardy ret of pin en tbe peah os Joe No 55, Frederick, & reels Aod No ite is alto given that it ao annezed of the estate of Charles de Adve Fanon tents Para Tapes’ foun Wt pact
peste now or lately of ¥, Brito acd} Notice ivalao given that if ro cavet fs ' ont ao Caveat te lodged before the expiration of fiaig ot theeald Town of Por -of-“psta fa | arstiram Wivskey aad on the’ Weat by lauce
pPouth East avd West opon lends | jodged befora the expiration of twoaty- | ive en toe hours cf feed 2 ulock in’ the the secoud thereof fovmerly koowa ae | tweety cluht doys from tha dateof the | tng endi Estland deceased who dred on the | of fares Willy, by Plum Road, so ubks wice
lately of the Crown, And leo all sighs daya from the date of the pabhestion | fi ernoon No 22 Firet Eat Strece but row reunmber | Pee testinn of this notier, the Court will] 124 day of Jacuary 1980 heving at aud by lands ct jeramuh Maycuk aod intere
= Policy a Ammrance ei ete ja of this Notice, the Count sit roscoe! te Ati asd Sisga ar three two parcels of | ed andnow koowa s¢ No 68 Dundosald promed Ua feane Lamere of Adminstration time of hiv death » fised place of a 0 | pected by tha Pus Read, mus t fo a gue of
° ry 4 Portea% ET jasioa t
grant probate of the sald will to the eid | tand and mestuages situ rte ta the towo of | Street, meatorlog 25 feed ia trond OW | sigrig Fugenio Heory accondingty, Foe eae nceered Ure oait erodine een ire on plan To reach the Flam heed

sathe life of Paul DW. Olivior dated | () ive Amole Copet accordiogly. aor af & b b
September 1907, No 114112, for Dated tia 20h day of Janusrp 1910 ad us aati saat Pet No ate Daedovald Sargee oO phbutiten | aren Lated this 16h deyef Februsry 1910, | i o'¢ deviseg of the sald Charles de Slive | created ty Memorandum of BMorigage No, 225

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Toesday, the J5uh day of Merch 1910, be | the Weer oo lot No $3 Pack Street and













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; "t $4000 00 payable on the Let {exu) T, A. THOMVSON, Pelnce Strest’ West, and abuttiog 09 the fon the South on lat No 66 Dundonald (Set) Ts A. THOS ON. deoanse!, = Manuel Roobs ard Josepd oa thar poeal of fond “ands pannus
bed this 16th day of Feb 9 : Registrar, | North apoa No17 Char es treet on tho 1 § rast, on the Heaton lot No Chancery | -—______Regiatte | Gumbethe execatore named io the weld | Si tM ike Ward of Mansanilie, comprsene
a Fo SCOT: roary 1910, —~ | south opoa Sackville Steeeton tha Est} fans and on the Weat. on Dundonald | TRtxibap \ Tonauo, wilt havisg renounced the barthen 0 |S acres. 1 r00d and #9 perches, aud abutung 00
+9, SCOTT & EON, upon Nou 60cackrile btreet ad on the! pirat, Tu due Sapreme Court. sald will se oppsers by the deed of ‘enun: | ine North partly on laads of Richard Hoys and
Gort. Auctioneers, { TerwiDaD, Westopon No 44 Sackril'e Street and | Dated this Suh day of February 1910. Iathe Matter of cletlon dated the 25th ‘dey ef January 1910 | partly oa [ants of John Driggs, oo the South
PUBLIC NOTICE Isbereby piven that | the second thermuf knuwo os No 44 Tho Hstate of John Samuel Viorislate of | Aad Noties is aieo given that if po fon lands of Joseph Wily aod oa lands of

Pees, Vientiane iceceytcng sees eee ge, Maat] Re macugree qhanae | ste yo ein ie eimai tase Gent | ra ia ae Sea

e@ Saprece athe rret on Mortgageer the conreyancisg treet. ¥ ao edaitio; . sound of Trvidad—! OnSe! wenty-ely! mb ate uf publ -

weotivoa, sud Law of property Ordioance 1881 and aretha Neri ayeu No 19 “Charles Deputy Regutear , catlowol thie notice the Court wi} peu. | fptst, aud os the Weat on land of Richard









UBLIC NOT! L ia hereby given that] ce dto issue Letters of Admiale'ratiin to | B28 and on lands of Chases Willy,

tafoed ins certain Memoranddm of 2 on the baath upon Kackeille ktrest ¥
mortga othe E i ay plsstioa baa been mads tome by] the said Osrolire de Eilva. Dated this zg dey of March, 94

moitgage No, 144 dated the 12b day OC | onthe Kastupon No 42 Sackville Bue't







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RADCLIFFE CLARKE,
















Matter of the Estate of Sioa
Mark, lete of the Ward of


































are inthe Island of Trinidad— | March io the year 1906 from Lous Philip to | aod cathe West acon No 468 Sackril’e | TRINIDAD. - —,{ A'csaddrice sroz, the wile of Waut} Dated this Zod day of March, 1910, Depuiy’R .
° Donald Melicde there will beput up forsale Rtrort together eith the appurtenances {In the Supreme Coart of Trlnded and | Aszon of the Ward of Blarchleseuse io (Sg) T. 4, THOM PAC ——-~ Depuly Requtrar,
— Agned at Lis Auction Mart] thereto te'ooglog. . Tobayo. the land of Trividad Proprietress for o Registrar, FRINTUSD. Court of Trisided
IC ROTICE is bereby given that | No. Qc Harris Promenade Ban Fe: pends Dated this 16th day of February 1910. | Ne, 168 of 1909. Grant of 1° obate uf the lest will and Teaz a the Supreme ot ty and
cs has been made to we Ly | oo Wedoeslay the Gih day of April } Fd, SCUTT & SON, . etween tameat buaring date the Qh day of May TRINIDAD AND Touaho, Summury Jutiotcuue Port of Spatc,
Y Jemes Mark of Gamteanmervilie in { bebween the boure of ove and two a a Gov’, Auctioneers, Juler Ciprlaci— Pisiatif, 1907 of tha oxid Jubn Famusl Floris late of In the Bupreie Conrt, No gig of 19-9
rey Hen tore me 8 ot oe ateato aa eto Oropouche i ‘Say Cours of T idsd sod | Paul Euleove Damored (trading as Pau wie odied en the 27tb diy of sep 1909 The Registry at Port-of Spain G s& Pee of
. a gran jo Et % ‘aul , scorge OP,
a tha wall beariog date the 1th day fin the Jelend of Trinidad compris Jo ths Supreme, Cours of Trio “s Dumoret & Co ,—Delendaat. having atthetime of bisdosthe fixed No 32 of 100 of the Estate of Albers ‘ .






— ace of abode at Dianchisscusg aforesaid
UBCIO NOTICE We hereby given tbat} theeald eee Avron biag the sole Bawmy late of the Town of San Fe +

aod
George Neamuth Agimuddi—Deleadant
io purauscee of the Poviee beroin uf | executris oamed ja the seid Will, nacdo fa the loland of Tiloived,

Tobsgo
1000 of the above named Himon | {og Gve acres and fonrteen perches be the
late of tbe Ward of Magero sume rwore oe lem delinen'ed ia the iss No. tof sol” Baoktuptey

a Geoeas bi the Crows . ela.

r 1909, beviog at the ‘itn of LVAI{ follo 623 and bounded on tie North | 19 the mathor of "Sena Berawolnma | ii, Honour Mr, Justice Swan dated the] Ant Notleo iealeogiveo that if po caveat Mouseholder, deceamd.

a a fxed place of abode ab Mayaro | acd on the West by Crows Jenden the -— 16h day vf Docember 1009, and to the | is lodged tefure the expiration of treaty: UBLIC NOTICE Ia hereby given thet
the raid Henry James Mark | Sonth by laude of Horatio Nolrea Kerna: OTICE is boreby giveo that the above. { order hereia of His Honour Mr. Juatice | eight days from from the date f ths publl. P application has brea tmadeio me bh
tole executer-named io the said | han and by laods of Ramperasrd dinch N paused Court bes eppointed Thareday | Rusell dated the Jet, day of Ja:uary, | cation of this notice the Court wil! proceed | Fi Sammy ef Harris Promenade in the {| hecuracy ef ail cove toe theb

and oa the East by landavl Backur toe [ont TT Mr Batch 1910 af 0.30 | 1910, there will be pa up tor ecie Lefore | tolgao probate of tbe said Wil to the Emily Geginy cf Warria Dromenade in the | the aunt dey of April 9 weee the bours

a her with the sppurteoaaces thereto be- o'clock fa tbe forencge for proceeding with { the doors of the Court Hoove fa the said | said A'exepdrioes va scoordingly. Trini tad Widow and Bstah Samuy of the Aiband sig tbat certala of eed

fo 1Dge tbs public ezaminstion of the above-named | Town of Pert-of-Spain, ov Tbursday the} Dated this 26.b day of Jeoasry 1910, asid Towo of Ban Feroacdo lo the fvlend | situate at Sestuge io the Ward parcel of land

Dated this 2sth dey of Febrosry 1910, debtur, which on the 20th day ef Septem: | 24h day of March, 1910 between the (sg4} T. A. TUOMPSON, Of Trinidad, Sploc‘er for a graat of Provece | Comprising five ncret three roods wad abuiuon



UBLIC NOTICE is berehy gives that by
an order of Ifa Honour Mr Justice Swan
inade berein (he a7ib day of January igto
there will be put up jor sale before the dours
of the Court House Pirt of Spaia oo Thursday






























sretice Ie also given that if no
edged belare the expiration of
ptghs days from the date of the












Pion of thie notive the Usart wilt ber 1009, wae adjourned sine die. bours of L acd 2 p.m, Registers Vor the will’ beatleg data ‘the Suh day of | 4 %4,North upon lands of Jobe Egor spd
bem £0 leene probate of the said will PP, PICKERING, Datod the bub stay of March 1010, All thas perce! of lecd sod plantation December 1909 of the Estate of Altert | ja, of Theceaa Iirapecaies aad oa thn West



hie Auctioneer, k, POYNIZ MACKENZIE, commonly called ** La Uuloa” coutaluiag TRINIDAD, Sammy lato of the Town of Sen Fernanda | yooa tande of ove Ferman, olvo all and mn
B RaDeL FFE CLARKE.” a eer et Merrie che Island cf Tovage, | Iathe Sapreme Court of Trlaidad and a the ea ‘he died oa the Bhan arose tbat owriaia thes parcel of land situate af
Deputy Regtatrar, TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO, and shutting oo the North oa laodof the ary A.D. 1919 having at thetine of bis | and erating on the "Neth ‘pon, lasd of

Court, *Lure” estate, ou the South oa the ~lG
Estate of Mary | * Waterloo eatate, on the East ,on the dorth 6 fixed place of abole ab San Fere | Guttersing (urmeily oo Kbungbarere on the

















‘obago,
Summary Jaristiction—T'ort-of. Spala.
No, 1200 f 1902,














pusic NOTICE ts haeby given that




















ei in exercise of the power of sale con- . ee dal Between pando sforessid the sald Emity Sammy | South upon leads of one Simeou Alonso vow !
PAD anv TOBAGO, ferred by a certain, deet of Mortgage dat: | Bosly~de ewel._ now or Inve pol the Crows bntog lots 43, | The Tlollad Matiding ad Loon Assooie-y #04 Sarah Cammy belog tLe breesticce | Joep eee, “lmely sReted bok |
la the Supreme Court, 1 |e oe Ta ay oe oe the year 1au7 eed PUBLID NOTICE ts hereby given thet | 38 aod 32. toa—-Vialotids, And votive ta alee gltenthac if ce area, | 22d 08 tbe West upod lands of tbe end i
Metrict Kegtatsy at Port-of-Spaic, | red Oe ae ee ech Ravens of aprite.tion hes brea made'ta we by | Dated thle Suh diy of Yebeanry, 1910, Aovtorlits Jobe Beeph—Detondsat, | tt lodged O fire the eaplration of twensy~ | Sutetalng tnd aise All tBove Three Several 5
of the Estate of Catherioe | eo tard of Ancecua In the island of | Jowph Greea of Bt Hance Valley, EB, RADCLIFFE CLARKE, oom aight daye from the date of the pab'icutton | ing Neal Proverty Urdicance the Bret thereat .

Belaoot fr a gracvof Probete of the Depoty Regletiar,
lavb Will aad Testament of Mery Sealy
late of Belmont storeseid who died on the









: late of the Ward of bavans f the Bret part, Jose Miguel
7 in the Island of Trinidad— Brloldad | ‘Juan Romero Sacson tradiog
together under the style or 81m of Cipria-

. of this ro ice the Coure wii) proceed to fi. ips tb
«| PUBLIC NOTICE hereby given thes sae Probate of the sald will nocr ding! ‘Os delteated ad Wih the abutate qed
Jastice hearing date the Mth day of Jan- Dated the &ih dey Of Merch A.D 1910, | bouadsaies thereo! shown sa the plas drawe oa
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Papeed,

fv NOTICE la hereby given that d d | 27th day of Jane 1909 beriog at the time | TRINIDAD any TOBAGO, 4, THCMPAON, Crows Grant eatered ja Volume 156 folic 246
on haa oo and Compacy of the second pare ap dpl fetode at Ni In the Supreme Court. ua y 1910 ood on order of Has Houcar Sr. ' Wi beun

Ohaent of ibe Ward’ of Sevag Jules Lamy of ths City of Paris ta the Re- ge Mewsbery arnt “elwoont tbe seid Io the Mauer’ of the Estate of dus ke Swen madein this action oa the Reni pu tbe Nora by traded } Hamanch oe sean




i lor s Grant of Letters of Adminis. | Ptbiic of Fravce Esquire of the third part,
will be put ep for eale by pablic auo-
wets of Catherine Clement tea the Nodersigued at there Auction
be 20th d. Mart No, 14 8¢ Viocent Street fo the town
hte of Ren desing | of Pert-ol-Spain on Tuesday 220d Merch

of het deata 8 | 1910 betwoon the bours of one and 2 p,in,
at, Savana Grande And sod smgolae that certain Oucon

Ri the eaid George Clement s 2
id | Pt fon called "Sante Barbara” pstuate
“ Garis, husband ‘of the a the Ward of Marecas comprising thirty

en
° ° two eeresof Jund avd abutting op thef eat
Petore osires Ubst it'no Cavest | Norn op Jande now or formerly of ‘Felix | TRINIDAD. " hime of winrein t hned Place of sued: ta the
Pera fro th: vai ration of twenty: |), sue Heroandes oo the South oa lands] Jo tbe Supreme Court of Trinidad ead Leing tbe sole Executor aamed in the said Wil
notice - latent the publica: fone or formerly fa the ocespation of Jove Tobaco. And potice is also bereby given that ifno
She Court witl proceed | S106) Lezama aod on Crowe lands on Summary Jeriediction—Vort of Ppain — | Caveat is lodged before the expiration of twenty~

Wh day of Febuary 1010 there will be | THIMOAL 4XD TOBAGO,
at oP for cate before the doors ct the
1 ase, Puit-of-Spain oo Tharsa
the Mind«y of April 1010 betweea ¢
hours: f one aod two o'clock p.m,
Allthese twa several parcele ef Jaad
situate in the Ward of Lyvenvl'e ja the
salt Island «f Trinid dtae Set thereof

Josep Green Leng the Executor pemed | Martha Visiva, late of thetows of ‘rima, in
fo the ssid Will and potloe $a ale gives { tbe tulaod of Trinidsd, proprictress—Deveased,

thet af no exveat fe lodged before the ~
expiration of 28h deyef.om the date of ee NOTICE fe berets wien sat
the publication of this potee the Oourk | vite of che said town of Arima, widower, far
will procead to issue Probate scoordingly | ¢ Graot of Probate of the last Will and Testa-
Dated the 26. day of Mebreary 1910 meut of the seid Martha Vialva, datad the
T.A, THOMPSON sevenib diy of February, 1909, who died 00 ibe
Rowsatrar, | seventoenté day of repeuary 1939, having al the

by 4 toad res syed go links wise on the Kast
To AH Bapreme Court, we Foad reserved Juke wide acd ce the
None Powiey 06 Porterf-Xpain feet Pr ron ‘ie we . thereo! route le
la the Bfetierof the Katate of the Ward of Moruga conpriteg 20 acres be
Joseph Keliciana Thomes the same move of lasg delineated aod with the
Inte of the towe of Arime, Planter | sbuttals und boundaries thereof phews im the
jecensed. 8 VJ raw oee i) a
atitaz on the North upon che Beiot | PULLED NOTICE be hereby piven that | Volume 47 fol 365 and tousded om the
Jineph Kosd on the South eed Weet upoa I application hasbeen medeto me by fone aa Met arae [ands on the South
Jand of ovel Jeyse acd engbe bast wpa | Afary Lbocuse of the town of Arims In the | OF ends pel by lands of Leon Graoger and
the Pa ret nextberciaalrer derciibed ard | Ward of Arime lo the Istsod of Trinidsd, Fithe ghird tbeeo! situate in thea Ward of
ond there attirg on the Noth | Widow, fora grant of Letters of Adminis: Moruga sioresad comprising g acres three
apostle tJ seph Koad on the South | tration of the estate of Joseph Follclano | uuds and 37 posches te toe same me
































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.0f Admioustration to the lands tow or fn merty of Ja. 1280 of 1 9U0, eight days Srora the date of the publication of he bends of cha 8 doathe| Tbomas of the sail town of Arias, | of less delivested and with the etuttals and

ener Becordingly, ees, Hernendes og Urowa lends No Katweon this matics the Court will proceed to iwue | eboa th Weer opon laws 'e lormeriy of deceased, who died on the 6b dara Loundarns therbot shewe (a. the pla drava

day of February 1910, and on Sends pow or formerly of Kives Merle Begge Fraser Proba ¢ of the said Wil accordingly, Beaudre, together wih the Laitdiags aud | December 1900, having at the tlase of bis | oa Crowe Craut entered to Volume 36 fone 879

Res Mobuas and on tbe West on lands of Jove Vialaud Deted thus 261b z fowrauy a eppartosances shereto belongieg, da ha fred placect abode ie ihe asf} | aot Loucdad onthe North aod Went by Crows

Me) tT, A. THOMPSON, Martin Hesnendes. t¥ebruary 1010, |” Marla Lovi pend des dos Sed} TA. TH MESON, Dated thie ath day of February 1010, jose of Arie, tte d Mary Thome bods eee ty nade moe d ter by
ar: uine Lermudes co Cieperos a : SLA | eo lawiel wow and reli the ry

Registras. Dated this i%h day of Fe y er Driendant (Sed) E. RAUCL bepaty Tegiatrar, aid leceuel o Antoine Pens Granger and lniersnied by a



Â¥, 9. SCOTT & SON,
Covt, Auctioneers.



toad rewrved 50 Like wide sul ject as regards
the parcels Azsuy and secoodly desorbed 10 &










Aad Notice ts aloo given that if n>
Caveat is lodged before the exmretios of



pubic NUTICE fahereby given thet |.

























b seeul Hie Houvar the Chief
Gourd of Trinidad and Juutite mate berela om the JO.b dey ef | TRIMDAD, Twoot$ daye from the date of the pablie | teat feferon on Norton Aa eeccieg oe
Jad ‘obaga, at Sanu try 19,0 there will Le put wp for eale | ba the Supreme Court of Trlolded aod cation of thie cotlcs, the Coert will pre | asut, of he sum of $1,400 G08 Sterrst, 64
Hoa—Port of pein, before the doors of the Court H ase, Port. Tobago, THINIDAD & TOBAGO. ored b0 sue Letters of Adeiaistration to | tvgacds the parcel Aru Geactibed te enoiber
~ TRINIDAD FSpala, o2 Thurwdey the Th day of Sammary Jurisdiction, 1s the bupreme Cvurt, the sald Mery Thoms socordiegiy, | Goed, Of ‘asorigege cued the aM. day of
Between In the 8a rowe Coart of Trinidad and AI 11910 between the hours of | aad 2] No. 1230 of 1900. Te the Matter of the Estete of Francis Dated the }1th day of Jeanery 1910, October 193 te tavove af Alcs Holsnere for
Leon Ching Pialntify, aon aera Tobago. ob Batwern Lvidgewater late of Coatham fn the (Spd )T, Ae THOMEDONS | Secunog peyraent of the wum of F590, lotereet
, sad Inthe Matter of "Alland Bingaler thet certein measnage Eroost Atwell Croney—Piatotli, Ward of Codrowin the Inland of Trl- € latvat, mod luiiber advances aa regards ibe
trator enoral Defendant, and laod aboatela the Town of PB. rteot. ood tiled, Pinetor— Deceased, Puce's Fowtbly aad Fitbly; decried to 8






loiatrator Geserel’s Ordinance,
The Adc! a roe .






mamorasdans of morigage dated the 9438 da:
Novremter 307 wace is favour of Foul §
Scheer & Cu tor tevurwg payment of she sue
of sar doiars aad interest wod ae segarde aly
bbe parccls of land stove described to the
toHowing Jutgacsts (ay Lo @ jedgemunt ze
Covered ive 4h day uf Janucry syog by
Pouss Allahar sgaio ibe stove based
da eedant for toe wm of £3 0 0 a and Cone
oo {97 00 6 judgmeong trsovmed ibe souk day

Juty $909 by Mabsbeswiog ogsioss the above
waned 4 los thesum ol £00 and



rere meee
e
Spain forme ly koown as Nu, 40 8. Ann's |. James Sween—Defendant , -——— B k N t
Toad ta noe koowa ae No. 37 Qeeen‘s —— ( pusuc NOTICE te bereby Riven that ag (aptey. 0 18.
Park Ecst moaeusiog OJ tee on the road Puss NOTICE ie hereby pivean that application bes tera mode to me by
fiermerly knewa ae bt Anu’s Roid bus areuint to the decree bere Ieneey Inttgoweter of Chatham ie the Trixspan. _—
no~ kvown a9 Queen's Park east 20 dated he Quth day of Jenvary 1910 endta Ward of Vodroe ja the Felasd of Triaidad, ie the Supreme Coat of Tristdsd anf
- feet on the sorthesecile thereof end 2uy ! as order of His llonour the Chief Jusuce Widow, for a gi-nt of Latiers of Admin’ Tobige
J, persona having elsima againad the | (0; on the soutbese olde therec! and abut | deind the Slat dey of Febsoary 1910 there {sation to the Fatate ot Vravoie Mrldyre fe Bunkraptey
above estateace seqaied to 90nd 19 | wipe on the Norh cpou fut Nu (8 Qaeeu'e | will be put up for eale before the daore water late of ¢ m eforeeaid, | No. 2 of 1010. , .
be wodersigned fali perticulars cf the Pek Eert, ou the Suath upoo a Pi tbe Court Moose Port-o-Span on Thera: who died on the 17ch dey 0 ke matter of
pawe ver havseg at the tiwe of bis
place uf bade st Chatham aforesal James Howerd King—A Debtor

0 NOTICE ts heraby given thes
of Hus Hopove Mr, Joe
; 201 here wil be’ pet ep tor
Pepa reese cart lowe

Y between tbe hours of Ove ed AY



and
Ia the Matter of the Goode of
Mary Fardud or Fadoc! })eoeased Lotostale
te ofthe Waid cf Tubsgo,




















a re nailed half part or share | seine verttiod by affidarit om of bef Road, on the East upon tbe Bt Aen's | dey the 4b dey of April 1010 between

















defendant of aod io | a 2ln f March 1910, after ou the West opog Qieen’s Park | the hours of one esd twu p.m, ~
ut sertala slece oF pare Toit datana AT be eotertained, ee ai fect 18 cottaleldeed'of mortgyge | Alland Biogslar thst rertsia pi qpor sald Jamauy Lirkigewater | Laing the! ate Ex parte Remy Eustacho-—Creditar base ° cunt, as of March spre
At Mature inthe Ward | ” Creditors who hold any gecurity whatva- | Jated che 30th dey cf Juse 1003 rey'e ood | parce: of lund oltasie st Biase ‘Ciparo wilow ved te lesol Wessld Fraols Bridge Nerice io hereby gives thay by t. MAUSLIFFE CLARKE,
Bix’ | oror musb assoes the value of hear vwooerity | as No 2165 for ths yest 1005 sed wade | be the Waid of Meatsortat ta she, Island Aid Nodes ‘s also aiven thet if no order of the Court dated the 2ad aey Deputy Keguuar,



comprisleg 14 acres 2 route

sod prove for tbe differeace oF Cire OP | Loreeea the naid Mate Lousn Bereades | of Tiiolled

s tbe whole f tb t and Adem [ sud 3) perches and ebutting og the North

thelr security ead prove fo sores Jorn Heery Guiles of the Upon Lande of Foil Baedo on the rueth twenty olyhe Gays frou th
Peym pate will be wade on Wedaesday

bore naaed de
peb ef thle Notwe, the will] * x iLfdetra des to the I
< tate of
kent reourded on the %, 2 1910, betweeg the Hoqed 09 beous Lotions of Admisisiretion ¢ to the Ew
2008, in favour of ore part as ot Bees {fm tLe aftercoon. ais interest thereon at tbe rate of eight | lands of the sald Exvest Atwell Croce Mee s

| 7, ud Redaoy Bridgewater accords tbe sla emaed debtor sbveld be pald \ Se
Waren’ me Of £26,010 ard 1 YO OG this Beh day of March 1910, dalars yer centgus per annua Dated tbls Sith dey of Fatrauy 1210, ‘Dated this Bed day of March 1010-8 6

of March 1910, Lheve bsen appolated Inte. |,
Unread fs laiyed before tbe ratou of rim Iteceiver at ihe prorety of ebe

West apon Crowe Lande ober pare for secaring the peyment of ibe | wpos tsade of Jobs Phitip om the Kast

ringipaicum of thice thosseed dollaze { upon Crews Laude ond onthe West vpoa







ried the duh day of Febroary 1910,



dsy of February 19tu, . , POTTER,
Pktay of Mareb 1910° Dated ey ar I THOMPSON, B. RADCIFF£ CLARKE (gt) T, Ac THOMPSON,
mE RADC MAS f. POTTED, (854.) Ts Ne gia Acting Ottictal Lecelres,
LIFFE CLARKE, ae gad Fn x Gsoetsl Bogiatcar, Peputy Heghetcar, { Hoguatsar >


















SUPRLEMENT TO “THE PORTORSPAIN GAZETTE TUESDAY MAROM 16 1910. a
year leit. Toelaformation, he mald was Finance Commitées, Gompany would be communioited | Fionrrxa 1— Oonstable Th FOR COST OF SEWEREGE

tharwed &ml. Green and, View
i . — a * ca a
Due ordinance of the ing {erik | Tbe following are the Minutes ofa Mee Rhema eid test Tit cold Be | Renting at Abercrombie Sieecee The
colony, with the exception of afew } meellog of the Finance Committee arranzed It would bea great eon: { Uonatable aaid he aaw each defendant
wee ester tng tothe schedule, Dold on tho Gun March. 110. adopted 5 ventekee te here wetter dame | Lorie ne athogand when he went
The Oolonlal Secretary second. ot ypslotday’s meeting of Council t= of thes ay Oniurt rrdated aod | upto the woman who wae bleeding — een *
he bad After golog through the usral Le mection of ater inand Com: t Found, and aleo all Proclamations, | from het routh abe sald’ehe bad been oat
honveraation ith ‘Dan Dickson: ‘and | Ceedure, the Urdinatice wae passed. mee: bela rent The eR ah Nales aad Regulations having tbe struck by the man. Cireen who had (Port-of-Spain Sewerego Ordinance, No 92 of }
: wae very such struck hy the fact that OIL PIPK ORDINANCE, Secretary, (Chairmanh the, Auditor | £ofee of law printed ina fornia which | ix previous conviction Scut up 18 and 20,
the doctor who had devoted neell L4 | seauned neadinng BE ae Gedl e ee eae fleneralsthe Director ot Ducite Works {hey gould be hound with Ordinances, | for seven «lays while Hakeana —_ 4
F, Mr. G@ Goodwille, Me. HI. A. Alcazar, punts NOTICE ja hereby gives that fa exercina of ‘s
ferred by the Port-of-Spata Bawerage Ordinanoe, 1 i
18, the uedermentioned premises will be pat ap fer Bale by
the doore of the Town Hall, Port-of-Spain, on TUEINAY,
APRIL, 1910, between tho houra of one nod three o'clock, p.
having elapsed eloce the servicaon the owner of such
(be expencea incurred by the Isard ia roanectio tach Dreemes:

the option bet ween
* & course of atndy at the twr only waegiven
Pe nt eonreng Of Pipes for adits | KO, Mr. O. P. David, fe We Gr te | Peace of the Judges all
aystens under the provisions of Bection 17 of the rdinance, igh








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agethém 6 continne thelr etadies in
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daye’ Uinprison-
Behool of Medicine at Sdverpool and if conte ih ' aids, flue and four

made blinself as efficient as bossibi Tes he objects anc Feasone, the tpeaker Dyett, Mr, 8 Mendersou, Mr, U, de ieiemente in} faturp be pristed and "Hoke Fiottrisa-Lewls Solder

prithont making any complaint, | iithat any perron wishing oll to] Verteull, Mr, W. @. Kay, Mr J.D. blished in the Royal Gazette and LAlly Marshall were eurmmoned for

, lamented the fact that there wise DO | aes through another's land might | Hobeon, Mr. Adam Smith, as Oct athe ya yonid that the Bghtin a the 13th inetant at Aber

erry prauipped | bacteriolo pial ferve notioa on, such Giletatog own cxebe, following matters’ were dis muggestlnne end ee ete eos chomby. Btrect. | They leaded not

er of hialutention todo sa. ¢ ad- > . . tothe complainsn ng

able to continud the work which he jolntag owner agreed or assented ic (L) Remuneration to De _@, I, | Sten effect to, 1° pesalble fr Me Owing toth postponed for 8

‘ had begun in England, That was an [1% & matter between them and a Masson for services while act: rien 5 etary Informed























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week.













































"-Sxnsapg OF weak might be done PY | document signed which woe tye M Kenned,
o . embers, with reference tathe Gor-{ Fianrixa AGAts i—Johu ennedy
Dehethen they were ceineout herd deed reeiatentio by the Registrar Gene The tre Becrelary read a letter | StRors "henna te Council, that dis nicknained “gentiemnun "aod Evelina -
, cers of private practitioners. If they | Butiactee the adjoining owner from Dr, Masson, date tite February, | Excellency was in correspondence | Charles were brought vp for cauaiug @ . Otener ca entered in Howsil
"Apnoea parted meie pon tah | tba oot estan hte | Jus, ing forma clay ie | is toad tPon tw object ts | datas fe pendeby Bette | Prem ieatebask oe
icine upos whic! xpenses of Jurors. on Sunday las!
Pa iia on earar an ude ad, | Person wishing to convey the olly toro fztre remu Berea gid also the re Miiead 1KMagistracics evidence They were convicted and 73, Geerya Street... «Jobo Caeear D'Abrea Mavedo,
=to learn that the old theorles of how | ethos |, were, provided which | Port of the furge opinion that there |, Ja connection with the proposal to | flaed Ios, each or seven days'Impriaon | jy" Keyes gueet ~: - dobe, Cacear Dial Figura”
sense arose anil wascarticd had been | Fees, If there waa damage a magis- uest was falr and feasovable. The | SCParate the Magistracies of Fer- | ment. 64, Dancan Strett ... Willem Moleste Vox,
exploded, and that a bacteriological | bate should assess it oe If the parties mittee were unanimously of opta- | "#00 and Bavana Grande, Mr, Atcas| Tontcnixa A Hone t-Conatable 6 QneenRtreet |. Marla Fortin | o
laboratory now put them in « position fgreed | bet ween} {hemeelres It could fon that Dr. Masson was entitle to | Rat referred ta the pledgefwhich bad | David cha Hookanan and his 39, Charlotie Street .» Henry Bylveatre Adamy ,
to avert death and divesse in a way be settled by arbitration. The sec. yment at the tate of £200 pec annum | Drea given by the Goveroment for the | father, the former with torturing 68, Dandensld Boreet =... Hermisa Koo 4
sen ey rwtmeding mck, ont | ATE, ge Hath wich Gare | {beatarz oo paid othe termanent | epitotments moeneerhractabin of home by devine Iya raied caus | Sr Parent Gwe trata oe O00
ago, they woul ning much Rood, | th eed I Port Health Officer) as from the 25th men nee tee | and the latter w Tiith bewhe
‘ tien: need Into our present Public to vacancies on the Magisterial Benc! . ‘The first defendant, a liltte boy, . Pht" Me
That had been the work of Rreatacien: | yietth Ordinance. adhere was also Maye 1908, to the end of December, ofthe Colony, nnd ezpreseod the bone ing. anne first defend ante woe Preps 8A, Henry Btrest .. George Phtip Pitre, si

tifa laboratories fn Enyglaad. If the
Council cuuld afford the means, it
would be a very great encouragement






provision In the case of public roada, re which, deducting the period 7th
nly to 3let August, (when Dr. Masson

fre Tat or railways which spoke was eng atthe enn sme
i

thatthat pledge would not be over.

£2 ven days, The horse was
looked when an appointment vas ced” be’

griered to be impounded for 30
ays.

JOSEPH ARNOLD:










to medical men ‘to begin, and still | £05, iteel . equivalent to a payment of £225 16 being made ta the hew imagistracy,
i k, He quite eC ayirector of Publie Works ead 10~( Wardens.) forD Exnezztemest :— The | =
agree that the bacteriological lala | seconded, , and reconimend accordingly, Under the Ilead Warden, “St. Ann's adjourned case of John de Sours

(il) Seed OED. BasGny Fubler | and Diego Martin’ Mer Geoarne
The Cotonial Secretary read a report asked whether provision foul not Arg
he J vome smaller sum of | Of entry,—whether the pipes should be | OY the Assletant Director of Agrleni. Clairand eee suburbe of Bt
jundey in the vet mperacy extension af buried | athe earth or remain on the Gaaieted Sonmmend he pee The Colonia! Secretary raid that the
the Fanatic Asy tilthey outa pate ‘The Attorney General said that he | Of the amount Pequired to meet the ret wae none ete St Clair Dis.
vwoode! would coosider a new clause as to fon of purchase of the seeds, viz x £270 | bt the Gvernment, butthat no ques-

atone ones. The Director said these right of
‘was practically very little to be saved | Tight o} entry and the proper: defini- tit » A “29 tlon had arisen in connection with
by dving that. The lononrable Senior | tlon of the word “across occurring In ‘peranmuny an ion ft Nore the Ughting of St. Ann's,

ber, 1999, to Rosabell Bunting, to TV or,

ion 2.
nofficial Member had nade a very | *¢ti th .
e@ resumption, the ord e . 0 eb i v .
feces in inagee Come | Mcanaty pend on" | lest Nar Santer | de bicei ot Pole, Worker
Re: J °
awiney Seen int eave Aver eatiniates cat iAtlomer General moved the
uestion to be brought up alterwarde | Council fato committee to consider
tr, Alcazar had” suggested that | section Sof an crdinance relating to
they should have a special report from the Froveation. of accidents by fire,
the’ ofticer immediately In charge of a ra t atnended section was recomend-
theloboratory. He ithe speaker) bad Su y the Board of Agricultnre, The
no objection to a rpport being put in, : her nec ions of the Ordinance hare
He would ask the Uouncil ta accept o. ne Y passed, 5
the suggestion of the Senior Unoftidial | 400, the euxgestion of, Mr. Hobson,
Member and allow the matter te be [the section was eventually further be the Mi f th
recomoutted for consideration at Ripentet tarend as followa s -Not bln ingoe the ith Jecuecee toe. ne eneete dinary ” there bad been a reduction of
. bY .
mtn ee ny ta fie Fxeelloney. the Sur. ff @gely to sett fn ‘ia any cores oF coneiderath mt Ley ea the propomsis teratlona did notattect the eauuneted
: ‘ “ tree for the purpose of on. Sink
geon General eaid that that course | |. cradicatt ne ho dis. | bad been before the Unofficial Nem- surplus onBlst March, 1911,
aindt with bis approval, . nets ng or ee ne te dis- tots in Immigration Committee, when | ,,!¢ mentioned, for the informa-:
Alle Excellency sald tbat if there was |, femliuation of any disease within the | bers in In , Vion of members, that twa
of the fcnitural Prote a en suggested that Carenage ‘
wa Sst iid See ht | son ronan SEEM oPty Or [wd true End akea fan | soe, tart al ee Sxl
“ ding the same, or ex- y telephones, and an instru ’ .
members, «tending ee . to he Post OMee et Buildings and Works Extraordi-
* & the provisions thereof, or to | ment placed at the Post Office a! . “
A see eee able Works said, “setting fire to any tree, plant, or Tenagan Island which would be svail- "ae (Rewolen.) ved that the Item
Lb ed ° th tthe iter be earned to| {ktowth in pursuance 6f au order of | Able for use by the public ate fixed “New Building for Bacteriologicat
oe Medieal De vattuiente the sum of | {8 lnspector appointed under Ordin- | Charge—a separate wire being run Laboratory, £3,633 ” bedeleted from
ELTI 15s, to be allocated later, with |" 8ce 127," Hergghat deland to the Immigration | poet e rtd
Eactrilopicalisecusnty ‘or ates | Otho mottaol {ue Altorsty Geae | £40 aod tha would berheogel” as'tee| Te moto was put Uy the Cotonial
bacteriological laboratory or an ex- A jecretary and carried by a majority.
tension tothe Ianatic ‘Aeylin asinay | fal seconded Ly the Colonial’ Secre- | Penditure ou account of Imini ration. t Subsequently the motion was, on

5 tary, the foll The Committee recommend t]
be ccided by the vosiro Committer | (ang He, followin, Ordinances were |, The Commalites recommend f he gengration of ir. }tenderson,

See amended to the following effect :—~
{ng the estimates he had intended to |, 49 ordinance toamend the interpre ) Payment Pag tneering iad That the sum provided forthe new

should be included, Ie also} The Council went into comnilttee

tory S *, over theordiasnee.
saked the Ditertor, of Publis WwW coe dir Dyett raised the question of form

Vasconcellos against Fitz IHerbert,
Royce for eruberziing W centa received
b: tim for cornplainant was resumed,
Nr. Romeo appesred for defendant
who alleged in ble defence that be had
recelved the &) cents from Mr Daly on
the 7th instant.(a Monday)and \went
the same day, t Couya whenes he
returned on the following Thursday
When he offeted to pay over the
amount to complainant ou the
Friday the latter Informed hin that
he could not accept ft as he had caused
a warrant to be‘esued for his arrest.
The Magistrate thought the coniplain-
ant acted precipitately and disnilased
the charge.

ALLEGED ILLICIT RALE oF Rew
Ellen Scott was charged by Constable
MecYair with selling rum withouta
Ncense. Mr, Romeo sppeared for the
defendant who pleaded not guilty. The
Constable atated that he kept a watch
over defendant's honse and from what
he observed he obtained a search war-
rant and in company with anotber
Oonstable told her ‘that he had
come to search her premises for rum,
upon hearing which the took tp a
small box containing money and tried
to bide it away. He then madea
search and fo a box in the yardon
which she was sitting and which sbe
clalmed as hers was found several
empty pint bottles that once contained
rum and one that was half filled with
that hquid. Glasses and a cup with
{ce water were found in the house. The
Magistrate (to defendant)—May you
not have found all that at any howe &
~YeoSir, And where is the evidence
ofarale? Complainat replied there
was none and the cane was disiniesed,

Asstunt.-Lance Corporal Garret
























THIS IS THE TIME TO mis

Manurial :












n put into the hands of Members
he had made some minor changes in
the detalla, having {neerted some re-
votes for works which cannet be un-
dertaken before the end of the current
Ginancist year ov account of tbe nafay-
curable weatber recently experienced,
This would mean a corresponding in-
crease in the estimated balance showa
at theend of March, 1910 Under the
Head “ Buildings and Works Extraars



The Colonial Secretary explained
that this pension had been computed
under the Regulations, and its aub-
mission tothe Committee had been
authorized by the Secretary cf State,

Mile) Dreponed fo conafruct_ Tel

Ve oronstruct c Tele.

‘ phone Lineat the Five Islands,
—~(M.P, 3218,00,)

The Colonial Secretary referred





























































































































TRINIDAD LIME, better than ‘

imported. ME
4

The ‘Vrintdad Shipping and Trading Cee
VALUABLE ns a

GEO SW STS | oss




























































tation Ordinance No, 137, "
Inake some remarks about the inade. | Qo 8 inty's subsidy in respect of Hacteriological Labora tovy | charged Richard Thornhill with beate —-0——
uacy of remunetation of some of the pepe suance to vest in His Moe jes. econ Building (43,086) be notapplied | ing “Sophia Mataloney at. Prince Vorw |.
oreramsent Separtmenta for ie iagein the eis eels nd build The ety gear duty Beri ‘ Hid 4 tt Bigpone, put thet biteet qe was proved that there had WALTER BAGorT & Co. Paal IL. Banleey &
otan @ Pos! ce partruen 4 r |ppropri ‘or ol reation ween . “ a
tome tine ago, that ‘lepattment waa] PUNT OLSPAIN ClEnKe cosmrrreg, | The Uolonia! Secretary explained euch additions te ihe Colonial Matalowey and defendants Leeper and Have Leou Lostrncted to pat up at OT! E Ia bereby

‘The ZStlorney General laid on the | that this wase payment which had to
table the repor Put the select commit | be made under the Contract, and the
tee appolutel to enquire inte the | only reason for coming to the Com.
etition from the cleiks of Port-of. | mittee for a vote was because two
Bain for shorter hourgof labouc, and | balf-yearly payments bave already
kaye notice of bis intention to move at | been'made within the current finan-
next neeting siesolution for its adop- | clal year, He lnformed members that
tlon. the nae ment of eccount In jeapect af

The following ly a e o the half-year Ju smber, ,
port. — .# a" ery of the re. had showna jos of £3,257 190,

The Committee helditbree meetings | The Committee recommend the pay-
aud examined witnesses. a suate- | ment of the eubsidy due.

ment of whove evidence forms an (vb) Ftéfings for Office of the Ad-

appendex to this report. ministratortienerat and O.

Having considered the evidence, clal Receiver in Bankruptey, -

. ~ wil be at Bp for 4
Public Auction ies pol tulen' 7
a 4 Day orver of — Bpiln on Thureday.the IT8S
J. IVELAW CHAPMMAN, AND THE | Merch 1910 at 12 vce

EXECUTRIX UF A.W. ORD. Deo: atock In trade of the*
° » rua sbop consisting’ of

ON MONDAY ATH APRIL 19:0, | Hasors, sda water mein

AT ONE O'CLOCK P.M. Sable, 1 bagatelle tae, 1M
Lavied vpon fp the abere mf
Al AMstt Offlee, BG Motual Boltdlags CLEMENT FBS,

oo ve

Mospital aa may be aleolutely
hecessary to make better pro-
vision for continuing the in-
vestigations now being con-
ducted there, the balance be-
Jog erportioned for extensions
at the Lainatic Asytuin,

This waa unanimously agreal to by
the Committee.

The Colonial Secretary pointed out
that the saving of £17to which the
Duector of Public Worke had referred
would necessitate an alteration In the
Financial Statement covering the

while Matsloney was returniog
from the Police Station acertain day
defendant met her and struck her vel-
eral blows with» stick He waa sen.
enced to seven days’ finprisonment.
Disputep Property.— Marian {'riz-
ar esummoned Chas Hafael fur steal:
ngeafowl Mr hyineo appeared for
the defendant, ‘Ihe evidence disclosed
the cave to be one of disputed property
aod it was dismissed, .
Orvensive LAsxauaag,—John- Lid-
ward (tram conducto:) summoned
Richaml Gibbs for using offensive tan-

called upon todo extra work and the
sneinbers of the stat? had responded
very well tothe call. The Post Uffica
was now quite changed, and the facill+
tes given were a very maiked im-
provement fn comparuon with some
Unmeago, But haviogregard to what
ls Excelleney bad said in bie message
oo the estinates, he wasafiaidte go fur-
ther, (as they were so much taken up
with estiinales of what was pec ossary}
and ask for something that was not

uite fa accordance with the epirit of

ha consideration of the estinisles, —



























































especially asso many other juiportant | M.-P, 100,10, estlinates, and that the estimated sur- Quage on the Electnio Car, Defendaut —_——

Steusahad been feftout, Whenoext year the Committee baa the honour (2 To the Uo for fittings, £3402, | Plus on Bist March, 19If, would be | said he was dtank and did not know PLN. COVERDEN, a
the estimates came to be considered, traduced to provide for the closing | the Colonial Secretary asked to be al- | £21,008 2 6} Instead of £31,051 2 6). | whother be did or not. He was eno. | Onthe Kast Bank of the Demerara River, | ‘TRintvaD mene‘
he hoped that some of the braiches of what are known as the Diry-qoods | lowed to adda sum of £20 for the pur. The meeting adjourned at 315 p.m. | victed and fined 10u,and 6s. costa or | aboot 19 nutes frum Georgetowa,cumpria | SALE FOR WEDN rae
of the service would be considered and and Hantcare establivhinente in | Chase of a typewriter, The Onlciel 8. W. KNaqaa, three days, Jurning to complainant | fog 1,523 Ac es, the greator portion of DAY OF APRIL S
higher remuneration given to the Portof-Spain at }_o'dock p.m. on | Recelver in Bankcuptey bad to furnish Colonial Secretary, | the Magistrate told him that some day | wht hiseait tefor Cocos, Undcable ly —e



iwowbere of them for the great work he might want to prosecute succeas

Katindayeand at sRo'clock pm, on [| documents to the Court, which the



ecnly real fe Ea. IU NOTICE 1s borehgiiiia
he caly real Cucua ard Colles Exate da | PUBLIC NO Tite Power Oe

they had done, he ott a {th k. Judges required to be typewritten, tully. The only meason he won that DF
Afis Excellency said that speaking | theother days of the week,—such Bet ype 4 case was becauso defendant-practicall THK CULTIVATION WOeI8TH OF ferred in a cerbela deed of Masia
for bimaclf aud ibe pubiis netvico he | Pas of lumineseto be openci daly ands typewnier le therefore, neces Supreme Court, Pleuded guilty ‘be next" tina 1 | tty 299) eves 1 ease ate wu oo w eeTeae nee Neel






















No, 769 of 1905, oe made thal
Randy, Edwer 7. Alestaee
Michel Bandy 1d Beate 8
the ose part aod, a
tng onder the atyle of fre G7

trees,

Zdy 2lecraro' Liverien Coffee, All the
trees are iu fall bewlag,

3 dly,~2,000 Natmeg trees ta fall bearing,

Came there to prosecute anybody he
inust Reta copy uf the ‘Royal Garette
and not that dirty piece of paper with
Stephene & Scott's names at Lhe back

was ceitaln that no greater encourage-
ment would be welcomed than what
the honourable meuber had just sald,
That there was appreciation of the



The Ordinance should, in the T 4 Gorimittee recommend a vote

opinion of the Committes, apply of £5102
only to aelling clerka In the ae The Comnalttee also recommends
establishmenta, and should contaln | the following supplemental votes for

(Before Mr, Justice Svan)

















Monday,

good work done aud that thero was Clauseat = approval t= ORDINARY JURISDICTION The charge was laid under the Electric | 4 bly-—1,00) Hubber trees » Planted dyring

the. alates’ *eowivg. from athe | (2,40 Phe provision seer eae | OM Yoyaaputracy St. Joseph — ALP. Motione, Hinonise frowna.—Charlotte Le Binty acter of the ‘Batata is forced as] oscke “ty Tethe Sua
wnofical member, “would be ap tsextend the provisions of the Ordi- 2/lu, Nee 7 Vastura land, on which thore are 40 bead | sigeed at their Avo fon Mali

colt waschaiged by Constable lfol-

JuLiex v Joserui=Mr. FE. Sicipa
Yogsworth with ‘throwlng stones

testa - £10, Pollard for plaintiff and Sir, W,

nance to oth tte of the cul !
Pr parts @ colony, Ofilce Contingencies £10,

and, of catile,



Viscent Rtrect, Pot-oF- at ne

very great help and encouragenient
iu dey the 6 bh day of April tl













not only tathe Executive but also to . HH.) Colonial Seeretary’ » | Blache-Wilson for defendant, across) Prince Street Defendant DUILUINGS a
heady of depaitmente Av he bad sald bh Te fs any tee for any contra. (r' 3) Colonial Renae | Depart This is a motion by defendant for| pleaded guilty andon conviction | laly—A Five Dwelling House on 14 brick | boure of.one aad two Ro. aa
before, when the Lime came. be would Ordinances= Postage telegrams, &e. -80, | Judgusent In default of delivery of | It was shown that she had six provi pillars with fower bath, large iron | All and Biogelat ca

pereet of laad sitaste le Che





act upon the suggestion of the unoftl- ous convictions for like offences, She tenk, Servante roow, and other conve:




‘ . iz.) Industrial Schools MP, | statenient of claim.
clad member, of the esthhnates being cending ix offence, a sum not e. ( titioe ‘ a The Lime was. extended for fourteen [ was sent up forseven days, 2 awienee bo “Chsgnarames te a cn

‘ £1 ‘ ~ een 5 wo Pr halt tay wo
concluded, the Oouncil resumed. Fors necond offence, asun no tex Tacarigua £3), jays onp paying costs of the w@- eee emt nrerwennatenaes adie, A Cottare, * hone oo tbe Neth pos






cording £1,

For a thind and any aubeequent
ntfence, a su not oxceedin ehh
The Committee is alin o opinion

that the following provisions of the

be Boat npes &

fie! Bat tod West wom JS
tely belonglog ,

“Dated this 1h $y oh



Relosont » £110, Tora—M.P. 078, oy onnAY v Brower & Orns:—Mr. C, A
198%) Magtetracy Torao—M.P. O78) | |, Munnar plalotiff aod Br Hy

. Ganteaume for defendant.
. ce velting: Officera of the Court ‘This was an uncontested motion for

MINUTES OF FINANCE COMMITTER,

On the motion of the Oolan al Becre-
tary, seconded by the Auditor Geus
ral, the standing orders were suspen

sthly--A well built shop, IHuenaed to sell
Bplrite, Vroveions, utc, with liviug
rooma st beck,

Sthly—A Cottage with dlapensary on base-



TRINIDAD,
SALE FOR WEDNESDAY TAK 20TH
DAY OF APKIL 1910
UBLIO NOTIO“ is hereby given thet


























and the tninutes of the meetin . di Jo defaul , . 8
Shop Hours Act, Wl (ch 314. Kdw 7 E t efiudgment ja default of delivery inexercise of ihe Hower of Bale con. went, . ij
Frit ere naa’, Lonmmlttes on Slate sbowtd be embodied id the Undinuteel and Bypendion it the of, tevenut of defence in a mortgagee’s ouit. ferret on Bt wizegees by ihe Canvey tuthe Scbly-—Thirtvea Cottages and Raoges for — a
. 22) Nothing in # closing order | Year fat Aprel 1910) to Stat March, 1911 sual decree, ad Law of Property Ordiasrve 1861 an, see WAN? if

THE APPROPRIATION ORDINANCE,
F The Colovial Secretary moved the
firet reading of au Ordinance to make
paouision fardefiaying the expenses
of the Government of the coluny of
Trlulded sod ‘Tobago for the year
from 1st April 1V1Q, to Shst March.

91),

The Auditor General seconded.

‘he suspension of the astauding
order ta shable the Ordinance to pass
through all ite stages at that sitting
was woved and adopted,

The Ordinauce was read a second
tmeand after going through com
mittee passed the vther stages and Le
came law.

TUB ANKYLOMTONIASI ORDINANCE

The Colvnial Secretary, on behalf of
the Surgeon General, moved that av
onilpanca relating to the dlecae
koown as avkylustoulavis be post.

sae

BANKRUPTCY, Tbiy.—¥ive drylog houses, with travels

i g galvanized roofs, and 5,600 fquere

fee: of Boor,

Stb'y—-Hogioe Moure with oew Engine aod
ber, cocuadrye*, ¢offes ho’ ler, ote.

9 bly. —U flee Jfouse with pulrer & laoke,

lOrhly,— Cocos Fermentiog House,

Utthly—Siure Luuser, Bat kewlib's Shop,

aud ap; Hances,
12 bly~Baw Pit, Boat Loures, cattle shed

ete.
13 bly.— Btroog well bullt Stelilog an:
Raneh house, telliog sod
DRAINAGE AND WATER SUPPLY.
Tho Esta @ bes excetlenty, drainage sod 6
geod water sujply, Toe later, eviaing
fium tbe bills ebiod the estate, is cous
troled Ly 4 substanisal conereve und greece
heart sloice, euadtiug water to te pat
through the ual drabes aod sy keep ibe
ou tlretion fora wiz in dsy woalher
le 1.

These sie about 100 persons teskdent on

contained in a Catsio Deelcf Transfer
of Mortrage deted the 18th day ef B-ptem
ber 1901 wade te'weeu Mohan of the Gree
park, Alereater Kile somar Dutt Awon
and Marie Aaron (bis wife) of the perc nt
part, the avid Matle Avo of the third
part aod Magwauleg of the forth pert,
tod Teuleterod ss No, 23 fe the yecr
190L, there will be pus uy for sate b
Pablic Auction ly the endersizned st bie
Aoetion MartNo, 90 Maria Vromecade,
Heo Fornspdo on Wedoesdsy the Jub
day of April 1910 tetween the hours cf
one aod two pr, FratlyieA | thet
Mcosuage apd parcel of sad bnown “a No
O2 of U. Bea 8 reet vituate ta ine T en of
Sia Fernando and ebuttlygos the Noth
Neos lends now or forwerly uf Rayan

arais, oo the Sinth spom Cr flee Kuret
onthe East upon lands of Jegseet and
Nogeset avd on the Wear Bow Iands of
Romeeras Hocondly = Alb toast Menage
and perce) of laud krown on No lécof

“shall apply to any fale lawful
“held, ora Y tor charitable

* purposes, . .
“ 6 Where several trades and
* businesses are carried on in the
“ same shop and any of those trades
* or businesses are of such ‘a nature
“that if they were the only trades
“or businesses carried on in. the
* ahop the closing order would not
“apply to the shop, the ebop may
“Le kept open after the clasing
“bour for the purposes of thoee
“ teates aud businesses alane, but
“on auch terns and under such con
“dione aajnay bo epecifled in the
“ onder,”

Edgar = Agnsttol, Attorney

Ceneral, Chairman,

Il. E. Clare, Surgeon General,

Ceca ge Goodwille, WH, A. Alca-
sar, Willlam ©, 1. Dyett.

ANOURAMENT.

The Comittee approved the Esti.
mates of lierenue, showing a total of
fv, tua 3 6.
Tho Katimates of Exrpendifure were
considered under each bead, the debtor.
Under Head 7( Receivern-General) Mr, Mr, M. Wemel-Gin
Tlobets expressed the opinion that the petitionte, creditor Mand tt the
Personal Allowsoce of £235 which bad | Alcazar +C. for the dettor, a
been Inserted forthe Paymaster at His Monour stated that all his
Sao Fervando was rather a einall time that month was taken up with
allowance to make toan officer who | the fixtures and he would not be able
Lad such tong service, He thought the | ¢o ‘ake that matter. He suggested
arpount shou dl be increased, ites reference to another ude,
he uther mew ervof the Comm! 6 matte .
concurred iy this view, andthe Oolo- day toe Tetlon adjourned ta Thurs
nial Secretary sald he would eubsoit TRIALA,
thele linpression of opinion to the} Boane'y Borne & Avon ;—Hlon,
overnor. ©. BP, David
ica IL ¢ Conataduta » , ae rid for plaintiff and Mr Pollard
© Alcazar said that sofache wast. This lea :
in a position ty Judge it appeared de- ition, Baction for sale in liew of
sirable that greater care should be The matter was not coptested, but

In the matter of J. Howard King, a
tebtor, exparte Kemy bustache, pel
Honing creditor —This was a motion
(o have areveiving order made agalast







nray soy—seil
A FAN Apply to the O
paper, = 11/5/1910,

Wanted at@

Sie mat vi.
DUTLER~ men,
MAN slope a * :

thle paper. 11/3/01 =

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TRISIDeD, ‘
wrpunsnaY, 3g
SALE roa? Or arte #

LIC NOTICE bs

Per oxerclea tf ths
joed ia @ eer! , Lal
wee Gated ibe 4 bduy of 4























This wasa to 3 taken Inthe selection of OMicers for | the defence set up that some. of 1h on made by Mary Sweeney a
odteeagg int sh Coons wt deceit Male 26 Hie bee nr ee peg tl | Ata nea? nea Feppede ‘erctrieg. urate | pare eases (om Ha OL ten | Raunt tea al
, 4 id, :
THE Caves URDINAACK the Oounoil's susstou ended on Thure chosen and Mr. Henderson thought |” The usual decree for sale was made with by seventy os fies ‘te lemg'h and | “tage fused yke, hed bend to Ry ay Asc

‘Toe Qveva Crop for 1000 wan 102 Guulbs,,
an ivereate uf over 3H per cect on 1907,
whea the pyherty lun obuuged heads,

2 bw @ dariber lee ease thls
car as a eG rol young trees Lave come



iile Street ja tbe rf
bea oe Wedeosdey tbe aa
1010 betwees tbe ;
two pa. at bol oe

ijghet pwce

Ward of Montoorrstia (b6 >
did coum pring ee ee
little muse oF ostnee 8
abuttele sod bos -
the pias oF dase ihe aa
Crows graud eee Ary:

Dw ;
ie a ded 08 the Now ant 3

Crown iand andee 5
of Edward Teter

abavieg on ibe Norh von land:

‘Alexander Aston, oa the Son wy

Lace 12 (ret wide, on the deact upne lands

of the belrec! Francés Jw quia and oe lie

West apoo lands of (he heirs of Auyae tei,

Tied y ;—AN that perc of lard knows | lnto tearing

eo. 6 of Brine A'ter bite Nore The Hobate ts beiny auld with ucrop

oliuste iu the Towa of Ban Fernanda | (tlatast to be swuped, ihich iva dsatrect

sforeashd cumprising une tnt and ebutting uddvantaye lo intended purchasers.

8, the Norah yom les Ne. dot Pilace erattie seus lasesur Dgter rates, Uor-
Oth, on Ss uth epee meee oF oth: line on ale

bet Now. bb aad 68 uf Bettas Bitonres ved

day of that week, hat tlention should be paid to
Beentually taeubers agieed to an He Detotine siltons hou! pal as regards both seta of propertios
adjvurninent to Weduesley Easter Thown views were ehared by the Band to Weds oe Oust
The Council rove at 8 o'clock. | OtMat Aaapery of the Gomlttes.

Pubeldy West India and Panama
h

CITY POLICE couRT,
Telegray Cotpany— tn connection

KUALA ts with this vate, 3 le Verteuil sald it | Before Ur Blackwood W ,
HOUSEROLD DISINF*CTA\T. would bea great pubite convenience If ~-— Wright Lip,
‘ quotalous could be furnished regular Nonday,
tila Rimi teiapeinne a, Get | Non” dun tsPaed, tom Son Nae | DU or born: -A, Mellin —
s pomevts my Egeo | York Journal of Commerce asto the | cha; eb Li lo witlr steal . .,

treie vs Feagita, omtaia deswractioe to | prices of Onooa, Hea thought the Gom- | a hires of eloth vained sed a holed sed ea ia Wontar er Buca! Ner-b, alee wher received $9 sorwing of
alifout owel's Kor bo ae stable, henoal ny would be willing to arrange for gy ting, the property of Stephene ' Street i ~ Sul Sative . 1E° .

ote. A most lovalusble didafectest, ove tihie if the tequest came frum the | Jd, Sr. Jetfors appeared for the a ' SIE AUT GARDNER,

On the resunption.

The Attoruey General moved the
secoud reading of an Ordinance for
taking the census of the coluay for the

SS — —<

Te Wier Pager Uumratep
TuroaT.—At the tint symptons of
sore throat, which presages ulceration
ao inflammation, uke @ spoconful of
Canadian Healing Oi, Add @ tite
sugar to ittg make it palatable. It

lb allay the Irmtation and prevent
he uloeratlon nod ow ng bare
“go painful, Those whi Ww. ‘ 1




















b Soreness



ere ee

















~sily subject taquipsy have le | abtling per botile, The Kogteh Phar eroment feodautwho pee Dated thie tsa day of March 10:4, Lud Aveuuscer. Dated this ttta 4aY. eae
“Ubasneelves jmumuus lo attach. muy Tol, The Coloulal Secretary eald that the | convicted andveaiie tie eneit a HUAGRING, Winake ra Zw . er ated IQVIs é
Pym, i
Se,

om,



VE CATER
r Picnic
ISLAND
PARTIES
THE VERY LATEST.
I auppHcd,
Ltd.
Mog-ador’
Stripes,
WE TAKE THE LEAD
White Goods for Easter.1
LÃœXPIPE.
ThB Cooliat Smok* â– 
SKEOCH & CO. i
GREAT
BIC3- VALUES â– 
3 CORRECT FORM OF
‘NECKWEAR
Just Received at
GLENDINNING’S,
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Hardware*
, Wo specialist) in Hardware. Oar Planos and Saws w<
import not. merely because they are Planes and Saw
but because thoy are tho BEST Planes and Saws to b
had for tho money.
I Stack EVERYTHING T
BUILDERS & CONTRACTORS,
SHIPMASTERS, ETO., ETO.:
WE "ARE HEADQUARTERS FOR THE . .
NEW AGRICULTURE
BARRETT’S Compound Rosin OilVARNISH
FOR COCOA TKHBS.
We imvc tbo finest BLUE STOKE in town, ve stock DEMING
SPKdYEltS, INSECTICIDES, KRESO, oil kinds of AGUICULTÃœRAT.
TOOLS, including
AGOSTINI’S PERFÉCT COCOA PICKERS,
MOTOR GrABAGE.j
ELECTRICAL AND FINE MACHINE «¿ORÍ
, OUR SPECIALITY.
AVo do wlint cannot lo dono anywhere cIbo in 'town, ;-j
Nickel and Silver Plating.
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MOTORS & MOTOR CAE WOK
FOR HIRE s
MOTOR LAUNCH “JOYE.Í
Most comfortable boat in the Gulf
in â– neasto-arsx.Ta tbx.eff
ARNOTT. LAMBIE & COMPANY,
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IMPORTANT TO FAMILIES
‘Queen Lager’ Reer
BREAD CONFIDENCE.
ENGLISH BAKERY.
WANTED AT ONCE,
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J. T. GITTENS.
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toil "It BBHEFIT UV OUU CUSTOMERS.! BOTH FED ON
We Carry for the Easter Season
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W. C. ROSS & CO.,
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The poitf-oy-sPAtN gazktte' Tuesday ^fA~ncit m ioio.
ie New Fashionable Dress Material “Nordiea” is still Poplar with Ladies.'
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AT THE BONANZA.
StJESIliE" CRYSTALLINE SILK (soo tho March Delineator pago 169) has just come to ........ ...
31 shades, 26 inches wide, 30c. per yard. Please ask to see it at Tho BONANZA, '
mo Tfie New Beaded and Sequin Trimmings to Match, 1
The Latest Silk Velvet 'Couche1 in 40 fashionable shades, X Cut 72c. pe ryd.
ÍADIES; MISSIES’ ^ZEsHD nTTTT,~T~)T?,Tr!TÑr’R ' G-LOTES-
In Black, White, Cream and Colours, in Cotton. Lisle Silk and Imitation Suede. Imitation Suede are washable and very durable.
LADIES’ WHITE KID COURT AND STRAP SHOES, BEADED AND PLAIN,
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BONANZA PRICES.
New" Laces, Lace Insertions and Fancy Trimmings — See our South Window in Fredereck Street.
A special line of Coloured Chiffons, 40 shades, 42 inches wide, 24 cents per yard.
FASHIONABLE STRAW HATS. A FULL RANGE OF WARNER’S RUSTPROOF CORSETS.
1 he Delineator lor March describes all the Styles (or Easter Wear and we stock the Buttcrick Patterns lor them all,

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