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Port of Spain Gazette

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Port of Spain Gazette
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1910
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The Bonanza
Hi? WEEK B SPECIALIZING
fatality Idea and Insertion
Hr*. ALLOVER LACE
kllGE NEW SHIPMENT 01
LATEST STYLES IN
TITE rOHT-OFSPATN GAZETTE SUNDAY MAY 22 1
i
li â– . Ill ill
ianea Tbi-TIb Best
Just Opened.
ONE LABGB CASE
INFANTS’ & GIRLS’ HUE SHOES
Infants’Tan Glace Kibbon Tie Ankle
Strap Shoes—
Infants’ White’Buck i Bar Shoes
I. All the above Shoes
rSRIOK PAPER PATTERNS J 0l£g¿?ihm4£l‘' "*T
MIDSUMMER RAGE
aLHBTMra.
GET YOUrSUIT l/t TIME.
New. Season’s Suitings,
FLANNELS-PLAIN & STRIPED.
CEEAN DOS SKI» FLANNEL
Grey Vicuna
FROGK SUITS & CLERICAL WEAR.
ro c«»on —■ (,rpjle Ef0nanza
liCITH BEOS. & CO. 1 boot sToan.
Bonanza Tailoring Dept.
SMITH BEOS. & CO.
SMITH BROS. & CO
) LAKERS OF.TDEBEST
Bedroom Furniture
IN TRINIDAD,
THE '‘PICTON" BEDROOM
Furnished Complete with. Suite
comprising
Complete Price $70.00.
SMITH*BEOS. & CO.




¡THE ARCADE
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Are Now1 Showing !"
THE PORTOE8PAIN GAZETTB PNDAY MAY 22 1910 .
Michael F. Haiilard
HXj POPtTLAB -• '
holidays this week, luesdayand Thun
re to De a iilsli for all the favourite bath
places. Don't forget that i
¡ition to supply you with allyour balfu
i with allyour batfiii
:h lower figures'*
elsewhere ¡ the reason is because
^ Man's PjrJair
o« Ptke only. I ftlt» Hoshera Like HalMSi
MILLER’
HAVE A SPLENDID ASSORTMENT OF
OAEPBTS BTJaS.
VELVET SOFA CARPETS...
TAPESTRY CARPETS
JUTE SQUARES
VELV6T.RUQS
XAPEéXIÍYpiUGS
HEMPS'?VELVET & TAPESTRY CARPET
> 1,20lyd.
FIBRE DOOE MATS,
Sheep Skin Mats {ti“,lE:£,uaj'LC'”,“
SHEEP SKIN HUGS
I.XNOI.ETTIM-1, if, 1¡
BEDSTEADS., _
SPRING 4 CANVAS COtS
F1URE» SPRING MATTRESSES
FEATHER 4 COTTON PILLOWS
WINDOW GLASS, 10. SI A 26 ox.
GROUND & COL GLASS
PICTURE MOULDING, â– 
HOUSE BEADING iso TO 21° I.
¡iVfLLED m PLAIN MIRRORS,
TILES For Wash stands Sec,
TOILET SETS.
TRUNKS AND TIN CANISTERS,
Deohr Olmira,
MARBLE SLABS—'». r™»2U cm. lit


TUB PORT OF-8PATN GAZETTE SUNDAY MAY 2S 1'
[STEPHENS LIMITED, ‘The Stores.’ STEPHENS LIMTD.
Indies Elastic Belts.
LIDIES' NAINSOOK CHEMISES..
“BONEVER’’ SERGE.
J 1LI0KAND COIOUHED-Mt Jit â– 
¡HIT® PETER PAN COLLARS-18 Omit
Uioy Wool Scarf,—I/O & 2/-
MAlNSOOli NIGHT DRESSES
'PIDW1V 4U9' no 30 AT OKTOH I
Best for Hanlivcar,’
háStesas-r
Wiito Linen Huckabacks.
AJ1S0LUXJ1LY FAST 1)YE.
tt« & Black Chain Garnitures 1.80.
lack Beaded Ornaments,
IACK CHIPFON— 20- CENT8
STEPHENS, LTD.
MENS BLACK LACE BOOTS
MEN'S CHROME KID BOOTS,
Men’s Patent Leather Boots— 1210
Udioa 'Suporba' Lace Boots—1.08
LiDllfS “L05ENA" Í4TBNT TIP BOOTS.
ladies glace derby shoes.
. BOYS' COLD STRIPED j
Pique Tunic Suits.!
GALL AND SEE
3 PIECE* UMBRELLAS
STEPHENS, LTD.
~sáippimT utESSr-


Tu Trinidad Shipping and Trading Co., M.I


ENGLISH FUAKMAOY.




Full Text


The Bonanza
Hi? WEEK B SPECIALIZING
fatality Idea and Insertion
Hr*. ALLOVER LACE
kllGE NEW SHIPMENT 01
LATEST STYLES IN
TITE rOHT-OFSPATN GAZETTE SUNDAY MAY 22 1
i
li â– . Ill ill
ianea Tbi-TIb Best
Just Opened.
ONE LABGB CASE
INFANTS’ & GIRLS’ HUE SHOES
Infants’Tan Glace Kibbon Tie Ankle
Strap Shoes—
Infants’ White’Buck i Bar Shoes
I. All the above Shoes
rSRIOK PAPER PATTERNS J 0l£g¿?ihm4£l‘' "*T
MIDSUMMER RAGE
aLHBTMra.
GET YOUrSUIT l/t TIME.
New. Season’s Suitings,
FLANNELS-PLAIN & STRIPED.
CEEAN DOS SKI» FLANNEL
Grey Vicuna
FROGK SUITS & CLERICAL WEAR.
ro c«»on —■ (,rpjle Ef0nanza
liCITH BEOS. & CO. 1 boot sToan.
Bonanza Tailoring Dept.
SMITH BEOS. & CO.
SMITH BROS. & CO
) LAKERS OF.TDEBEST
Bedroom Furniture
IN TRINIDAD,
THE '‘PICTON" BEDROOM
Furnished Complete with. Suite
comprising
Complete Price $70.00.
SMITH*BEOS. & CO.


¡THE ARCADE
~_ qtrr ~'

Are Now1 Showing !"
THE PORTOE8PAIN GAZETTB PNDAY MAY 22 1910 .
Michael F. Haiilard
HXj POPtTLAB -• '
holidays this week, luesdayand Thun
re to De a iilsli for all the favourite bath
places. Don't forget that i
¡ition to supply you with allyour balfu
i with allyour batfiii
:h lower figures'*
elsewhere ¡ the reason is because
^ Man's PjrJair
o« Ptke only. I ftlt» Hoshera Like HalMSi
MILLER’
HAVE A SPLENDID ASSORTMENT OF
OAEPBTS BTJaS.
VELVET SOFA CARPETS...
TAPESTRY CARPETS
JUTE SQUARES
VELV6T.RUQS
XAPEéXIÍYpiUGS
HEMPS'?VELVET & TAPESTRY CARPET
> 1,20lyd.
FIBRE DOOE MATS,
Sheep Skin Mats {ti“,lE:£,uaj'LC'”,“
SHEEP SKIN HUGS
I.XNOI.ETTIM-1, if, 1¡
BEDSTEADS., _
SPRING 4 CANVAS COtS
F1URE» SPRING MATTRESSES
FEATHER 4 COTTON PILLOWS
WINDOW GLASS, 10. SI A 26 ox.
GROUND & COL GLASS
PICTURE MOULDING, â– 
HOUSE BEADING iso TO 21° I.
¡iVfLLED m PLAIN MIRRORS,
TILES For Wash stands Sec,
TOILET SETS.
TRUNKS AND TIN CANISTERS,
Deohr Olmira,
MARBLE SLABS—'». r™»2U cm. lit

TUB PORT OF-8PATN GAZETTE SUNDAY MAY 2S 1'
[STEPHENS LIMITED, ‘The Stores.’ STEPHENS LIMTD.
Indies Elastic Belts.
LIDIES' NAINSOOK CHEMISES..
“BONEVER’’ SERGE.
J 1LI0KAND COIOUHED-Mt Jit â– 
¡HIT® PETER PAN COLLARS-18 Omit
Uioy Wool Scarf,—I/O & 2/-
MAlNSOOli NIGHT DRESSES
'PIDW1V 4U9' no 30 AT OKTOH I
Best for Hanlivcar,’
háStesas-r
Wiito Linen Huckabacks.
AJ1S0LUXJ1LY FAST 1)YE.
tt« & Black Chain Garnitures 1.80.
lack Beaded Ornaments,
IACK CHIPFON— 20- CENT8
STEPHENS, LTD.
MENS BLACK LACE BOOTS
MEN'S CHROME KID BOOTS,
Men’s Patent Leather Boots— 1210
Udioa 'Suporba' Lace Boots—1.08
LiDllfS “L05ENA" Í4TBNT TIP BOOTS.
ladies glace derby shoes.
. BOYS' COLD STRIPED j
Pique Tunic Suits.!
GALL AND SEE
3 PIECE* UMBRELLAS
STEPHENS, LTD.
~sáippimT utESSr-

Tu Trinidad Shipping and Trading Co., M.I

ENGLISH FUAKMAOY.










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THE LATEST AND DENT STYLES IN GENTS. : SE act poaete akosetter! ehugel Lewis
4M | Webster with the galvefal pewessionsof

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Yeuthér Defendant avid it waa given to
bim by one Jercy Darweat who was
thea charged aloog with Webster for

the theft ofa pale of slippers, and pi

ded“ guilty." He thea related that
took the slipp-s from compleieant'®
shop ebere te worked thinking they
werent o0-Â¥-loe and gave them ts Web
s Complaiasnt ad previoasly ata-
ted that Darweot wasa tad of no occa:
pati, Foar previoss convictivan, ia
lading one of pick pocketing were
proved egil at deteadsns who had ale
apen! anme of bis esrlest yearn at the
reformatory, Ce wayscatenced to ax
mooths ligpriscomest with bard Isboar,
Tortuainoe a fonss.--Lance Oorporel
Hull charged Thoms Lawis with tor:
taring aborse by working It fo a lame
condition I¢ was proved that tbe hores
watteiog worked witha broken keer,
MreGovet the owner of the bores was
ae agbareed with aidiog and abetiing
come | defendant ia commitjing the offence,
1 ore foc e pair of 7 Preei- | it hwsiog bees rere that the horse

* measas dent” acd learn what real | was being workedia condition wi
ves ke yoe pay the ted Tnerantee eethatactlont * fT vresident comfort is her kaowledge, She was convicted aad

fined £3 or tea dey’s imprisonment.
pes WATE RRAAN—ISbo Hatter, Olothior and Ontitter, 15, Frederick Sreet.

Lewis was ficed £1 or three days, and
the horee erdered to be impounded for a
—— ee ~~ | most
Service began the Church was filed to J MEMORIAL SERVICE ATGOVERN Trerr—The adjourned cbarge agsiest
excesa and many persons had to con MENT INSTITUTIONS, Fratk Rodrigata with ateatiog a.tin of
odation, and pertect onter prevailed | The following was the Church of | Netse, food. the propsriy of Gocdsitle
01 an ect order preva: ad ie ure! t
throughout the evening. PAt the | England Service used in the Chapels | & Wilsons was resumed. Me, Rudia
hour fixed, 10 o'clock, the choir and] of Government Ipstitutiodt—pn the
clergy marched up jn perfect silence, | day of the Burial of our late King.

Fashionable
HATS

Come to os for yoarnew
hate, We will go tes
to walt both poor tas's and
pockst, We bave all the
Rew aiglise shapes pod
shades and oar Late not
oly look well, but wear
wel

SHIRTS

have al! kiads--plels
and fancy In the t
corres plylee, Qeality
considered, oar sbirte are
tha lowest ia towa,
You’! fod they'll never
wp of tear with anything
Hkearefal feandeiing = -

LADIES HATS Trimmed
acd notrimmed, All the
very latest stzles, Hais
to anit all oocasione a3 half

Goods
UNDERWEAR

Erory Garment we sell will give
astisiactory porvice, whatever
price you piftor ie Or ie
pelades( ght, mediem
waderweir inall
Parcheiog here (mes
and eeovomy, .





NECKWEAR.

Woare proad cf sar assort-
tent of Meas Fas txenhle
Bytico Nowhere sn 200
find a grester variety of
shides aud designs auitable
for all occasions

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Prestdeat Suspenders

Ate you weatlog Suspend
éra tbat tug end pull on
your shoulders every time

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comfort

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iAMA
Hate for Lediea acd Gentlemen
of every:description, Weclesa,
‘ Klock andtrim Paneme Mate ia
Ube correct way,

TWEED anv
SUITINGS

We hare joat opened
awortwment of the news













“201s ano yw nok 103 {pear are voeves ot
lo} S[opous qe2700 O44 [ly UI SHOHS ¥ SLOOT






The black earth yawna: the mortal
disappesre;

Aches to ashes, dust to dust;
He ts e who eeem'd so great.

The singing of the hymn~" Peace,
perfect ”" and the pronounce
ment of the Benediction brought the














gataevidence cf the good charac er of
defendsat sbom, he said, be koew from
childhood, Deleadant said hobad his





































then the cholr sung hymn 181 «tock oo

service ton Sloe of Agee “and then’clanted Paalm 10 Hymn 909. baie cat bys barber and agrad to give
AT ALL SAINTS’ CRURCH. * Out ofthedeep” About that time —— him a tia of Noaves Food in pizment aa
fn the afternoon at So'clock mem. | the members of the Borough Council The Litany. be badao money with:the latention of
of the Order of Foresters re and staf? entered, and « squad off 4. se b. it charged to his sccount, He
senting Courts “Pride of Paris,” [the Trinidad Light Jofantry under] = ” Hymn 1, _ took the tia and to'd one of the cashiers
Rove of Sharon,” ** Lily of fere" and | Captain Q. LL Spicer, a squad of the —— tocbarge it tohim. The barber came
“Portof-Bpain Diamond” attended a f Ooustabu ay under the command of An Address, » [for it and be banded {it over thinking’
jal service at All Sainte Church, }Inepector O. 2. oH. Norman, the —_ thatithad been char, ‘Ale, Richards

which was conducted by the Rev, | Volunteer Fire Brigade under Com- Hyma 23, eed,

was wrecal'ed and stated that 1¢ was
not usaal for clerks to wrap parcels at
the eonnter, snd defeadant’s story al-
though poenbly true waa quite out of

@ syetem that obtaloed

mandant Vilain, next were the Post-
nen, the Wardemen and Nurses front
the Oolonial Hospita! d then came
the following Bociet the Guild of

Canon Hombersley M,A.. There was
no address, but nevertheless the cete-
mony was finpressive throughout.
Wit Mr W, GriMith presiding at the

f Burial Service, vizs The sen-
tenet am and a | heard a Voice”
to end of burial Service, °









Bt Paul's, red Cross, Heart and — keeping with:
eee ne ae aete ee eer wee | Hand, Southera ‘Sian’ Mechanics Hynya Na. atthest re His Worsbip said he did
{nto Church to the plaintive strains of | Friendly Society, and the Officers of ——a vot believe that defendant ever intended
Chopin's Funeral March. Paalm 30 | the Independent Order of Mechanics The Blessing. to have the tin chuged, He war going

(Morotog Star), Odd Fellows and Free
(iardeners. Among the Govérnment
OMoiats were: Menarts tf. HH, Pasea
SJ Pod, Gibbon (napector of In-
migrants, E. Dougtin, Iarria Harra-
in, (Warden) H. Saul. Other mem:

ra of the community representing
different firms ete present were: HH.
MeTettand, J. 0. Lewis, J. R. Lewis,

was next sung and was followed by
the usual readiog of scripture from the
office for the Burlal of the Dead,
Hymn 1650 God our Ifelp tn Ages
Past? was rendered by the chair aod

eneral sesembly, after which, the
fiteny wae Intoced by the Vicar.
Special collects were recited and after
the singing of Hymn 349 * When our










to take jato consideration that be bore a
good thafacter and that senaia
pl wate very severe puoishmeot ta

in, but at the same time he did not
thiok he would be doing hia duty if bef
were pot tysend him there. He aen-
tenced him to fourtees days imprisoo-
ment,

On Friday and on the two previous
daya Chaplain Canon Branch, beld the
above services at The Colonial Hospital,
The House of Refuge, & Ann's Asy-
lum, The Leper Asylum, The Royal
Gaol, The nvict Depot, Carrera
and the Female Prison—St. James.
Aft the inmetes who were able
attended with the Nurses and \Wards-

him w



























” A.W Harewood. 2. P. Pickerlag, I.
pealcd forth’ The. Dead’ Merch ia | Murray, “The Cle “vere {men so that the Pro... Chapels —_—_-—-
Saul” and thereafter the service | (avon W. 3 Doorly {kt «8 | were crowded. the House of ee eee
was closed with the rendering of | Doorly, B.A. Rev} ly GA J tefuge 170 of the Inmates were AROUND THE STORES,

{Reetor of Bt Clement's, “Lhe Funeral
ceremony belong concluded hymn 27
“Abide with me” was aung which was
accompanied by Bugler Bruce,of the
Constabulary on the fromboon, Rev.
M, 1. Doorly, ILA., was the preacher
on the occasion. Takiog hie text from
The Book of Wiedom 4th chapter 13
verse, “Ile being made perlect id
short UUme fulfilled a long time’,
The preacher deliverett a very elo-
guent oration on the Kinga life

resent with the Mesident Super.
ntendent aod 21 Nurses and Warda-
men. In his address the. Chaplain
dwelt on the late King s¢ our fxample
asa ‘Peacemaker’ his loyalty to guty,
and a friend to all, so the sorrow at
hfe loes was not onty the sorrow of
his people but of the whole world, and
he asked their perm that Eternal
Regt ba his, - 1.1.2.

Hymn 10 “Jesus lives
now.

AT ST. PAULA GHURCH, SAN
FERNANDO.

no longer

Ladies Pompadour and Black Beaded
Elastic Belta, White Pan Collars and
Cutts, Hair Curls and Switches, Photo
Pendanta, Lymans Crashed Talcum
Powder, in Violet and Nose, Stylo and
Fountain Pens, very cheap and Yard
Jays Shaving Sticks, British and Best;
have fuse been opened at Stephens Ltd.,
tT LOres,

On Friday morning, the day fixed
for th® King’s funerat, a Metorlal
Service was held at St. Paul'e Church
in awewory of our late beloved Klog.
tbe Church waa dra: all over ju
thauve, and on either side of the aisle
were mauve banners and on the left














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This week, Malllard's are making a

side wasthe Inscription * Edward 1, f 404 work. (The juusic was of a - Speciality of Men’s Bathing suita,—
11~10" The Church having being | ¥ery high order and the “ Last, Post . Lad. y thi Sulte,—

deaped in this manner J resen aa by Log lerw Uruce and Sampson was |THE NEWEST IN TALKING Outing and’ te od deode Et every
Imposing appeara nes. Ww t each oor very effective. oe MACHINES Deserfption at prices within the reac
stood the Church | Wantens | who OTHER CHURCH Es. , ofall,

received the tickets from the differen’
pereons as they entered and were
nebered to seats reserved. Lefore the

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An Oil of Merlt—Canadian_Iealing
Oit ia nota fumble of tuedicinal sub-
stances thrown together aud pushed
by advertising, but the result of the
careful Investigation of the curative
qualities of certain oils as applied to
the buman body. It is # rare combi-
nation and [t won and kept publie
favor from the first. A trial of a
earry conviction to any who ube Ite
power ta repair and heal.

we coos

Rev. Wilson, 13.4. of the Preaby-

terian Church and Hev. Muckerby of
the Wesleyan Church spoke in eulogis.
tio terme ‘at special services held at
their reapective churches,

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Smith Bros, & Co, have been ap.

jnted sole Agentafor Korrestera weil

pown Tennis Kackets and have just
opened up a fine assortment of tiem
including the Paraciount, The Royal
and The Titan, with patewt czruss
etringing+and In all weights.

Joha Hoadley & Co., are now show-
lox & flue lot of Gents strong and well
finished boots, suitable for the present
veason, these boots are especially made
for the ger season, Prices from

pes

I LLER’¢s

Just received: two only of the latest
inventions of Modern times, In Ilorn-
jowa Machines, which we are offerin
at $0 and 818, We bave also recely

a New Shipment of our well known $3
Talking Machines: these are wonder.
ful value, the tone Js pure, clear and
natural. Hecords In Iv and [2 in
latest Songs, Comic or Sentisnental, A
‘New Stock also of 12 in Dance Music,
Waltzes, Two Steps and Lancers Call
and hear these at Waterman The
Hatter, Clothler and Outtitter, 18
a Frederlek Street,





Corns Cornered

aad” killed by Laing’s One week

CORN CURE Apply a directed

and the org mos go, Get it
LAINGS for 24 cents.









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PETE ST TT Sarena mame Ya SRO Pe ar

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Outhitter, 15 Frederick Street.

FROM TO-DAY,

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There are two holidays this week, Tuesday‘and Thu
and there is sute to be a 1ush for all the favourite bathig

places. Don’t forget that we are i
BAT BING position to supply youwith all your bat

e
requirements at much lower figuris th
TO SUIT ALL

elsewhere; the reason is because we sf
PURSES. |

for cash,
Ladies Sathing
Suits.

Ladies Buimming Sulte~Ia nary hoe atock-
ioetta, sailor collars, white bordered edges
ech ... ons me pean, oe LOS

Ladies ‘Two-Piece Navy Cashmere Bathlog
Balton white estlare, whtte bealded edges
Ali Slz%@ oye ae oo on

Ladi¢s Two-Pioce Navy Blae Bergs Dathiog
Sals-b’ne sod shits strlpod sepbyr
collars, thea to match, opeh we

Bathing Towols

White Tarkich Towe’ycoloured borders,
eich 18+, 205, ard to a .
Turkish Towele with grey stripes, fcinged



* aay

Men’s Bathing .;
Suite a
Men's Bathing Drawere—eclastic and
arooad walt, fancy atripes, from
o vee oon a ore "
Men's Seimming Sate
sear ca iecen? oo ery ob

Men's Two-Piece Stockinette Bathiog Sate‘
battos in front, all elzes

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Men's Pyjamas
A large sesortwent of Men's Pyjamin by
Fianaellete, Zephyr, Bik acd Woel,
Ceylon and Matt from -720, 0 .. ~

0 IMMMOCKS,—A Hammock comes in neve

vigna from 19, to = ~ - down the Islends or anywhere cles at this Sa
Bath Gown.—Faney Btriped Bath Gowns seavon, We have them lu caves, stelped . 271
worth $3,60, only ous re om 268 Srom $1,586 to .. ose oe i

poe
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WE ALSO HAVE A LARGE RANGE OF
Alpagwartas & other Articl

AThat there is a demand for by Island goers



| One Price Ondy. | Valoo owhero Like Malllar’ss | Free ‘acm



























PowrsA Lotiove, Just received,
a large Shipment of the favourite Pom-
ia Lotion, also jarge aud small size
a ‘and Florida Water by Morray
oman, all sizes, Oolgates con
centrated Kau de Colonge, y Rum
Ete. Entire New Shipment in Ladies
Hate, Trimmed and Untrinmied, latest
shapes and styles, Flowers, Feathers,
Tubbone all shades, alr Pads to
sult every one, Turbans, Carle, Hair
Switches’ and Hair Nets, otber New

TRINIDAD,
SALE SOK WEONERD
DAY OF JDNS
UBLIC NOTICE fe ben
in exerctse of
taleed in & certain deed of
the 61h day of Jaty 1806
the office of the
1985 for 1906 made
MeUalpize of the cee part
Labia and Gumersinds
Trustee of ths Febthtal

tex San or Saas” ge





fen Salt
escent

Doyou get upwitha “born:
tired ” feeling mornings? bad
taste in your mouth ? dull J Boalstn Purgatory Femiy
headache? wabbling stomach? tieby Fe ila Aes os
Unpleasant but familiar, is'nt | Stier Anetlon Mart
it? Iweea te bouts of son td

It is proof that you need tadill sod Siogolar that
Abbey's Salt, the stomach | sow of Povolse
regulator, and need it badly. | [0ivaccesstne sy'ssa's

A dose of Abbey’s Salt be- | Pom lads of Philip g
fore breakfast will quickly
drive these ill feelings away
and set you right within an
hour. 6

gpon lands of dary ;
West ropes leude of John B
Dated this t
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‘ TRINIDAD,
Bold in two sizes by all Chemists and Stores. "
‘The Abbey Effervescent Salt Co, Lid., SAILE FOR MONDAY ts

ch day of Ba
Lovie de
Me Quese Vicola Sem, Leads, BE. | PUBLIC NOTICES]
UCTION SALE,

No. 9, LA COULBE STREET.

HE andersigned will sell Pabifo
Auction on Saturday, bene day of pon
analy,






Waterman The dlatter, Clothier and

Notice,



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Mey. 1010, a8 2 p.m, no
we Wooden UWouses, ied with | No 14 Bu Vincen
HAVE A SPLENDID ASSORTMENT OF ; . Roast & Steak— gsc om tov pon fo area o gs the Guh day of J
CARPHTS AND RUGS 15 cents. per Ib, Lic, Bulidend Avationtee | Wend Gate te
", Br ke and Sit Bat May, rnia, '9F TWH Doors Soret Rates
os . : tee oe , riske an tew— las azcexod tothe Crane OGM
rovmcoacuerm meme |” BEDSTEADS.. oon ea
tea 50to 6,00 nts per Ib, —— Routh so Cove fi
JUTE SQUARES . Leote 214 SPRING & CANVAS COTS Tir BouSicdaeigcante | Beet st de
. VELVET RUGS “oo 96 186 FIBRE & SPRING MATTRESSES GRELL &Co.Lt Eisee!rrooutle for Lay debe tec apits | Dated this veveeth day of
ove one io to ‘ ol .
ara . ‘ FEATHER & COTTON ‘ * ' AUGUSTUS WARD, Fd
TAPESTRY:RUGS we awe BELO 1,20 TON PILLOWS No 1 Oxford Bie .




WENPs< VELVET & TAPESTRY CARPET
12¢ to 1.20\yd.

FIBRE DOOR MATS,

; Plain and Coloured Border,
Ta Greon, Cold, Gold. Crimson,

Sheep Skin Mats { Hus Maroon.
SHEEP SKIN RUGS

_ In Blue, Green and Maroon.
Cocoa Matting, 32 & 64 in. Wido
JATPASESE MATTING MATS AND CENTRE SQUARES.

FRINGED & UNFRINGED LI§SOURT MATS~In
Crimson, Groen and Dino sizes 72 x 36, 04 x 30, 54 x 24,
32x 24, 29 x 24,

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EINOLEUR-1 13, 1}, and 2 yde
wide.

WINDOW GLASS, 16, 21 & 26 02,
GROUND & COL, GLa8s

PICTURE MOULDING

1900 No 2 Dollars wood,

HOUSE BEADING 120 TO MC ROD,

B:VELLED ANO PLAIN MIRRORS,
TILES For Washstands &e,
Glazed Lavatory Wall

TOILET SETS.
TRUNKS AND TIN CANISTERS,
Deol: Chairs,
MARBLE SLABS--s:cs foomtt Ginx If 8in

to 4te x tft loin,

tfor

/ On

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Papor,

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an kee ee

“For Iminédiate Salo,

AS THE OWNER IS LEAVING
COLONY WING THE












TRINIDAD. .
SALE FOR TUESDAY THE sist DAY OF
MAY agra,




Om THE sore ustant prstic: NOTICE Ne Sera! gives that fe UNS
B12 Gix yeorold American eob-quist mocgage dared the aeed ina ICE ie
in harnergand wader ovd'e, ‘ot to November noo (remisiercd Wie 3d dar of P BLO Orie

any weight. e und ia wind
is 15t Seentioaa eremTonenteel
end gentle trapper,

as No. tse of
between Louise Chiang rel epoa mortg:

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One Light robber tynd Vietoris, and Sanicberrie aloes Eas) at dare 1 eed te
part, there vw! for
austin by the usdermgned arth Auction
7 Mahe fata Man Nov 0 Sock ill Suse. Port-of 5;
MERE a 2 net day ay s9t0, bet:
Onn Bet Durtes, os, ents el op ta es i, du ded Singular
Apply to A. px Borsieax, of baota Crug in the Islead of Tricidad com.
Imwigrotion Oftice, prising 3 acres, § s0od and 39
Port ol-Spala, sbbutiing on tbe North wpoe
- Heirs of Damiana ce the South u
Joba De Cassa Plare oe ibe East upon a All and alo
fiver and on tbe Seat upoe the Santa Crus land aitoase
oad together wuh the buwildiegs thereon d of
DENTISTRY, | 22h eis tare
® deecnited ia aid dexd of mortgage
on eee sompriang els acres and iwe fitch of
Or J Ralnd Carrin - Cholera Hautala aitanie la ward
oUt Pion, Hore Boon :ads of Franca, Dent on
Oradante College of Dectal Sar * jacisa | Low oa tbat ae he neat
gery of New York, UB A. Beoean. eet and oo es upos the Sects of April 10
sotto Ur. A. EB LOT EU ROCKE. (ius toad, together with che contage «Vila | Dated this 2b day
Moos Deiod this yb doy 4 uM yous,
Oar No, 4 Sackville Btreed oppor Da Pane
Pole Headquarters oppo le vourd IBfing a co. ‘ ]
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Oe! THE PORIOFSPAIN GAZETTE SUNDAY MAY 22 1910

[STEPHENS LIMITED, “The Stores.” STEPHENS LIMTD.

£ dies Elastic Belts, | LADIES NAINSOOK GHEMISES.| “BONEVER” SERGE. |. ®0Ys coup etme

. “i =
BLSCK AND COLOURED—600, 720. - 4h 416+ Bf OF, ~ If you have not yet secured 4 SUIT of this Piq ue Tunic Su its,

4 we, BITRA VALUE.
{TR PETER PAN COLLARS—48 Conts, MAINSOOK NIGHT PRESSES DO SO AT ONOEI!| Boys CRASH TNNIC SUITS—Very Strong:
oS aU0, . o I

es : BOYS' BROWN DRILU TUNIC SUITS,
iucy Wool Scarf,—1/6 & 2/= Prrrrow pien—somns, yxtea QUALITY ~366, 480. .” Bovs' Whito R i '
EueDiD RANGE COLOURED LAWNS—40ins,—all | FAMILY LINEN—12 YARD PIECES—126, 150 to 8Ca, oys o Russian Sults.

Colours —- Only 10 : . h Boys’ Twood Suits—Very Cheap,
SOURED MERURRISED LAWNS—15 cents, White Linen Huckabacks. Boys’ Black Coating Suits.
R?E EMBROIDERED SETS—48 conis, * . _

4 Centa and 36 cents. BOYS’ BLUE SERGE KNICKERS for Obaps from
{wo years up.

CALL AND SEE

Our Spocial

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Can be oasily Packed In your Cabin Trunk



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Best for Fit and Finish, ~~

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mn In Garni ; a’ Lace Boots—
pene anatrn 80] WES BLACK LAGE BOOTS |e Sir avo Nont—t.0

Beg WHITE CABOCHON ORNAMENTS—15c to 240 SPECIAL VALU B-8138

ae ‘ —. *“SEVILLE’ PATENT TIP BOOTS—7s 6d,

k Beaded Ornaments, | wens onzevex noore—ti63; MENS” xCLITSE | __- .

‘ 6 Cents Up. BOOTS—f1.80 ) MEN'S GLACE DERBY Boors.e26+ | LADIKS “LORENA” PATBNT TIP BOOTS.
oy ES—15e, 240, to 6c. ; WH ‘ . NEW STYLE—1-

PL TAsEs Very Chop toe, a0e | "AL | MEN'S CHROME: KID BOOTS, see aeons

LADIES CHAMPAGNE MIGNON LACE BOOTS—#2.16-
QUITE NEW & SIYLISH—2.16 LADIES TAN AUSTRIAN BHOES—800.

Mens vrecian Slippers, LAL & L180, HARD TO BEAT— 132.







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STHPHENS, LTD.
for the uee of bis tabjecta; he may
. LTO. AGENTS
© Wa live lo deeds, not years fo bboughts | only through bis Mianters, but euc GALYSIA~The aa, **Salybia” fe f Dar houra, Barbados, 39) tons general
THRONE AND PEOPLE.
He wost hve: tion, Nor does this recital saclade the | Demerara taking cargo passengers
$ tlsye, Jtio Caribe 31 pieces hard-
tod hore in Trinidad the funeral of sur! deye, then King Edward VAL reigned | national hospitality. Kiog George as | 424 Grenada on or about Ist June 1010
eed. .
to the Throne that has done credit tothe | to do to much in so hort w time He | day, and has made some notable con- tons, Ji days, Ulasxow, 800 tons
Travi .

ROWN OF ARRAGON.=The we 2,782 tons, Widays, Tenerlife—207 tone

ency, colonial expansion, education and

»
to eay that she “did not like religion to and will proceed esmo day to Deme J 41 tons, 8 hours, G, Colon, 87 bage
mails, .
te, 3

hides, 10 tacks hides, WO pkgs vege-

10 placea of worship other than Holy | 3841 on sbow how her prayera followed | ing of Parliament, which is tho work of
Atnsterdam vis Paramariboand Deme { Kina Kowarv vilt= Brit steam

mingled a0 tobe t pee 4 i aa is ut All the world kaows how fortaaate

Ft le 8 aviour Oo 0, vast crow wee not only a goo at agreat Kiog.

4 AND OFFERED FOR SALE BY of people in the strects and at the | He was theamtor of important inas. Tennyson's “Sea Kloge daughters front | Port-au-Prince and New York taking piaistalos 3 Dage tanies, 2 salted



















































"Excellent Value—only 15/- .
ttre tren trent ee nn rena
Allthe greater, then, is our grief Lowion Direct Line .
The Port-ef-Spaly Gazette. that b a toler should have been | refuse bis assent tolawe passod by the dé, SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE
ins
But ava poet saye.— direct voice in discu:amng them, speakio New Corontal Comrasr May 10th,
bYNDAY, Zan MAY, 1910, Dantowg:—Trit sta Gorst 1,553 tons
eee pot breaths 3 power cf refusal is not now exercised due here from London via Rar
cargo_and 12 passeugers, -To Gor
We should coant Ume by beart-throba, | have been confirmed by a General Elec- ] May 1910 proceeding afterwards to al
Warn fitting ceremonial and beartfelt | Who tbinvs mest feels the noblest acto } extremely delicate snd tmportant aocial and tnails, CANponao -Venes boat Perez, 2 tons,
y of ove of its greatest Kiogetorest, | Ifthis jndeed be she mesnure of vur { of Englisd society, and dispenser of the here from London via Barbados PAROvIDENCI(t-=Venez boat Blanes, 7
late Sovereign Lord Kirg Edward VII of Prince of Wales was of a somewhat pipeceding attersants to Denerara 3,000 plantalos and 1 gets
. . *. Ei a
the cccasion for a display of allegiance | (here ta little wonder thathe waa able | atadied the important problems of the Giaagow Direct Lin | Ope te mown i
‘ of Steamers, coala, SIL empty punchoons,— To
: loyalty of its colony avd the emotions of | was the aon of a Prince who wae both | tribations to tbe thought cf the nation Tninidap Snteriva arp
. -N G BD M A N — HO ] j L} its peorle. Thore who attended the | clever and good, and who would have } Na Go, Lrp, Cree pt Turinoi—Ital stm loggt,
ps 9 | Public Memorial Service ca Friday lat | doas ‘much for England if the [nsularity | respect to questions of sadustrial ¢Mici-
,. i 4 Crown of {Arragon © aailed from eneral cargo and i feteonsers.—To
. —AND— . . appropriateness. Queen Victoria teed Ecgheh of bis day ba kiodred subjecta, So romarksbly able arrive here on or about the ith May | DMATERSIDADI-~Veoez schor Quilarte
or be nade a vehicle for a great show,” cor | and the people,acd it waa this toan- read the atteotion they have rara taking passengers am cocoa ead ) pessen
. 7 this description, but it was digaified and | thirit beeame King Edwerds mursion | that they havo been written for him, Koninkiljke W, Mail Hlasvell,’ $4 tone, 23 bours, Harbadon
§ Ot Uu a om 8 A stately, pimple yet extremely «fective (ip break down, ofl mother wae not] This is an erroncous impression; the dtenat. i igs 30 goat ekiae, 100
» } @ | io rituat and expression of profound | only a geod woman. but a Great Queen, | only epeech that is written for Loglish Tux Rovat Dutcr Mart
: grief, whilp the Memorial Services held | andthe letters of Queen Victoria from | Royalty isthe King’s speech at the open- A tablee and 30 passengers.
I . i ini i i i —The Dutch Mail Sten Peli da: ', Ool 4 hid 2
Trioity Cathedral were all very touchiog | the young Prince of Wales from child | bia Ministers fcr the time being If bis Treded et pitch Alail Steamer Prine } day. C Gelon, bl em 23 tone
ishkely to prove a remarkably wie ap u
. ave and deep loyalty, at times 40 jatar i Re deer i ind bo been ishkely to p y d i on or about the 23rd May 1910,} taunch Bergh, 8 tons, G. Colon, bal-
mingl¢d a8 really one and indivisi- 10, at, ad it tursed out, bey i Jumana, Gua: lad Puerto x —_
, Klog Edward was In ba Consort. | Gabello, eacace Jacmel hax Cayen Arices Gla ae eetlos 1S tons: 3 4
& Cathedral was admirable, and there did J yatiocs on the apint, if not the letter, of | over the nea” lung agocaptared the pans ere and ma’ ides, 2h bagetnangrove bark ead 2
iy All scemed to realize the sclemcity acd } senee.ot Eogl shmen ia ready to | bas held them ever since Nobly has The Dutch Mail Steamer “Prins | FLond COANELIAIAWV h
] R D 0 N G RANT & C0 bee maakt ° se eae ae p ft apes of poy inaeration which, 19 er the Queen Dowsger borne herself in ber | Ver Nederlanden” is dua here from| hena, 3 tons, Iiourn Grenada, 17 ‘
; e | uospeakably moved fa this ol y
“ . national grief. . if 18 fs notin accordatce with strict pre- | among the many gracious and beautiful | May 1910, proceeding afterwards to | Enux: rit sloop Jones, 24 tons,
7 And woll they might be. Whee great cedent and State etiqnetie.” As ite. women who have been queecs of Eog | Paramaribo, Havre, and Amsterdam | day, Carrlacou, 87 goate, O pis
passengers,
again, acd very rerely do we, Mon «© wen" h i bout iva daughter of the late Dachess of discha Matllienst,
cealted as they, perbeps, arise after Seed not ae pute owland bei nee Teck, who was ove cf the kindest aod aildienst

t Tolephono No. 37.
- VINCENT BUILDING.

Fath May, 1910, .

Qlet.

Sca#ancras Venez, echor, Chacha &
tons, 1 day, 0, Colon, 41 oxen, 3 ‘
cheese and 7 passengers

Dicitosa Veues, boat Henry 7 tons.
1 day, ©, Colon, 9 bage conva,
salted hides, and £ passengers.








—— - nea spared soshort a time to reiga over us. | two Houses of Parliament, but has no of Steamers, AMRIVALS,
PORT-OF SPAIN
tn feehnge, tov Io figureson adial. © Jaffer the proposals of the Ministere | badosand Grenada on or about 2th Son Graut & to.
jef ao Lropire fa mourning bas latd the the bear, duties that fall to the King as thé bead VAN —The as, “Savan’ fs due
lopg,—Jorg enough at all events to i tona, 1 day, O Oolon, 61 bags
FITTED WITH Blessed and Gtorions Slemory afforded | work bis people fasting good,” yet | retiring disposition, bas be bas deeply DECAL go, passengers and mails,
Trinidad Shipping & Trading Oo.
oa diffrent occasions, notably with
hkely to forget jta beauty and
are oever likely to forget jta beauty aod fand suspicion of forolguers of the Giasgow on the Lath May and le due to ew Colonial Gen
have been ‘thesa publig utterances, $9
a wideap gore,
did the Public Memrrial Service answer | tarity and auspicion, curiously enough, | capred, that macy people have declared Jous, {, Massxtts Dutch achor
’ puny FREDERICK HENDRIK | Steva :~Venez sloop Salazar 40 tonm,
‘ and appropriite, Everywhere the key- {| hood through boyhood, to manhood, | speecbes are any eviteria, King Gorge
A FEW STIUL REMAINING, potea were the same, those of profound | { Shove beea perhaps rather te Hs 3 : re
‘ ing afterwards to Carupana, | last and 4 passengers,
cn
: i
pot appear to be w siogie jarring note. | the Constitution, but happily the { beartsof the Drituh people, and abo MAG NUSDIRLANDEN, = passengers. ,
judgment, ja usefal and beveficial even | great sorrow, and she will live in history Venezuelan ports on or about the 28th | Larrele salt. 1
4
men go from ur, we are all sptto Leliéve | Edward Dicey onco said, however, these | Jand—ove ct the brightest jarelein the takiog cargo, passengers and mails. * crates fowls, 10 bogeavegga aad 2
that we never shell took upoa their likg | innovations ry of them all, Uur present Queen me [ Konsnklyyke West Ins
a

New York—Param:
while but they are noble {a other weyt j | been ce. upied by a sovereign who bes 02 | largest-hearted women of bentime, and , Barren aribo
a different environment prodacea avo P thoroughly fdeotife) Limaelf with bis | she may be ounfidently expected to carry | Tue Korat Durcn Mary --AGENTS.
thee variety of freatares, ard powerful | peopl, aud whe commsnie their absolute | on the excellent feminioe traditions of & COPEENAME Thoas “Coppename” |
men Icaet cf all aro cast in the same | 00 tieore 1s respicy to big high ability, | Noyal Famiy that haa beeo especially is dye bere from Paramaribo on
mould, Waremember that afew ycare [| ble ,ennine patriousm, his Joyal y to the } fortunate intta women-folk. buch are | Monday the Zird May 1010, and will IMAN2 venues, boat Gonzales 6 tons
ago a wellkoown LCogluh jJouroal at- | Constiativo, hie défp eynpaiby wl mt the now Kigg and Queen, why e@ loyal | leave same evening direct for New] 8 days, Yrapa, 6 hides, & lbs fish glua
tetopted by means of an appeal to tbe Betas ideas and ble eatreme regard Sot | gut yscte we now are, aad, fet ua hope, Yorktakingeargo, ngersand mails | and t2 pigs.
constituency of ite readerr, to ascertata elnerest of cur Biltiso Empire.’ wil, be for mapy a bappy and prospsroue SAraM OA ne 4. 6. foarenee Binwisauams Beit, stine, Carter 213
who was thes thegrestest hvirg maa.) Wauh all ble ccsmopohitaniem Kiog { day to come, both for them, vur couatry ca” |e due here direct from New | ons, 9} days, Norfolk Va, Cargu ia

a

e King Edward the V1 wae acclaimed, | Edward persovified bis people, in tact. | aud ourselves, York ou Monday the 23rd May 1910 ‘or «banker caaly
a . : . MOIR MARS by the voice of the majonty, easily hret [as Me, Biead once wrote, " siog § > 7+ oeneeemarenenanmnns

; oo] { . 9 op a list that was by no meats confced | Hdward’s opinions when expreseed sre MOVEMENTS OF STEAMERS.

os { — - ae —









































murivo taking cargo, passengers and Jou Winn Urit. flat Cayene 25 tons
y









and will leave same day for Para-] Gordon Grantand Co.
Sagli to monacha ; indced | the opinions of tbe Eoglub,—indeed of
tebe eae jbteta the Bntonw all over the Empire.” he Royal Pal





but one other crowned head obteined,

any votraatall. The greatness of cur Cestain it it that be brovght the Line





‘ e °
peops very peat bENT.--Tha IL3L8, anTeent” te
mavy comye itore aud expecially by the sfieelion gained rather pose jou be the Gualte bere, oop Bautbe er ee

f tae comretition, who wicte as | incorations which’ he iiitia he " mt ta etrieh
pees of fue come , these facta are remembered, the so:ret aay ranting oe Aad will work {a stele

. 1 %. fof King Edwacd's greatoess etaotas re GUS The K.M.H. “Tague” fe due
. Books, f btaahet! ieleg “Baward athe Jone t veaied, No wonder that the Empire apis from New York, via Jamaics,
, Newgwee, Woy? Me cccuple bes mourced bie joss as it cever bas | Qoton, Cartayens, W Puerta Uolombia

, } ,

Threng and the

F i lan was happil:
: re eee and justly portrayed uy each other, aod the spirit of loyalty and

Rr

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& Co.












































Hehe the planet beshiled that cfa rater before, eepe- lon Sunday 2th May, and will leave

Sore poatatiy preateat race. bev] cially as thethip ’ the next day for Houthampton, Wa

bie only claim bh what troublous watere, and needs wiser, } Barbados, St. Michaels (4xores) &

. ‘ ence io our Con and Grm,atd cautious gaidance, [lip

















Cherbourg, takiug lit clags passengers
only, caigd and iuails,

Lhe tender will leave the Lighthouse
Jetty. Queen's Wharf at 2 p.m, with

‘Not whee I o eays Coby ply. auch guidaice can be cochdently

Established . phat I dos We Riex’s ioe Beh wae

txyceted from Kiog George the Vib,




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Without weeerLuy by seuco of to whom we bave ail tenvered our true





alia

Ser es Bale Se Mali

allegiscce ; acme mith formal oath oo






cue ae # . hig paryore senievermsot ia she perk accountat pubic vfice aod others sia

oe a
«
r ion fo itt gr
i101 er : Uicveromeot g ply io Spirit as pivete citlzeos, Ooe
a ‘ > : c ot Eog!.na s greatest rulers said cesta:
: vati OVER Pera tem ry en thas Lege pries ago that “to weer & grown de

te 8

it *aleotnte mooarch’ Therehathiog wore ,forions to them hat ace
besely gue" feasoa for opp avding Mis} jt theo ive pleasant to them thas beer
Majesty 1d bia rell-sclected eudvarours to | 4, and certaloly the kit gy ofiice is no













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malls
AMAMACOA—The 5,0. “Saramace
S‘cp’ ls due bark bere from Pars raed Lote Asphate Go iy New
a :
Slet May 10:0 and will leave same DEVARTULES,
carge, passengers aod maile, tons, f’ta Rico, part of nlward cargo
Vompagnve Generale and 25 tons booker coal, By Geo,
thé yaneatlanti ue, Datsonks Brit. stwr, Corset, 1,533 tona
rap hoe Deuserara, 13) basketa onions, 5 baga
re, berk an:
6) Bleanice “St. Dondogue" fron By Gordon Grant and Co.
Europe vit Guatelcupe, Martloique f stusists Urit. echiur, Oliver, 31 tons,
the 2th May and will proceed after
waide Lo Demerara, Surivatn and Oay- puedes pie Linloop Adan 16 tous, '
adry pkgs
* cargo,
paswengery for the * Ta: (J UARELOUPH ~The Preach Dial pasecngers,
age lighter to bu ‘despatched to eure ue
the pe awand sail wil} Ione the Bt bere fea apezueien verte on or Closing of Malls,
sailing, and pasengers are therefore elou Santander, Bordeaux and
ested tones that ther ba; is Des ‘ name’ witt be closed on Mondsy <=!
seat eeeey ilerte, taking paswagers, malls and AtSorclock pom, precleely, lteglettee
macce ' willbe closed on Monday wed
at8oa'clok Frias, rocleely. Registrae

Oolong, 4 pkgu. machinery
¢
marty via Bartados on Tuealay the
; Mth.
eveuing direct for New York taking | Hosxneve ; Drit. atoar, Shlinmar 2007
lt. Alston and
GEN
T DOMINGUI.—The French Mail} Weupy Berk and 17, passengers
and St ‘Zucta, le due here ou or about St. Vincent, 100 cases petroleum oil,
aune, taking passengers, maile and] “x: Viacent, Su mdso and
118.
[asocngers reapeciaty notlfled that Bleainer “te
a
Vi t Jetty at J0ayru on the day, of nD we .
scan y coed afterwards to Martinique, aiad. Malle for New York by the * Conpete
sent down before tbat hour.
tion and Newpspers close at
tion closes at 2:

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c h AGDALINA.~ The re ALB, silt . 7 a yd
te peace aud good will smong the even jo these democratic days. aiene iMcue bere frow Bouti- ve” °
Pilon. Tesce end good sill: Da Lob Tbe cbt dotice cf the Kieg ara 10 aun Ee ep eth dae ane Haredoe can Line

strict quarantine at thie’ Th, Facult ECULERER @ oo

, 8O YEA RS. those sacred words ixwes the cuivelte | oie pau patio scree the fang of the
FR y THING. . dipire of mankind ? ite, pawblegon the oouany for ite own peuple as atfecte USA. —The JU3! 8 Orubs le Wy esTERWALD.— the a “Wee
ferwadd’

pawe of Edwaid Val high vo the eset of rebew as 8 pation in f
re who, fo the triet yee of | 80d te reprecco due here from New York, vie r
iP teasire hee Cueady doce ween t | their desloge elth forizn Powers Jaualva, Colon, Cattegeoa snd Puerto | Amarican tine ta due her row Vous:
promote ab \ erpatuste te er aud peace, | The frat of tbese daneawt @ wakiog t Uulombia on Nunday 12th June, aod | guelaa ports on or abaub May 210
ntenice corduntes Avga-Fietch, otd | of the lawe—ts performed bythe Kieg acd { will leave the next day for Boullamp rocced Dg afterwards to Ilaxre thy
otbese love widely prs'alm «| Parlement cou aarly, the sembiader | ton, via iarbados, Kt. Michaela(Avores) | }iauburg via St, Thomas, taking car
ot frons sole af dave telong to the suvervign alone, actiog | aud Cherbuusg, taking tet, 2nd, ani BY. Paswngersand malls,

wi ? f
ee
1 Hs b d atplomatie wiad hich cannot bq disregard: | sed clase ogera, catgo and i ;
| i] 00] Use duvernment Vontractors sro ead tbe Pevemstes” om uad Ne hee merge ier, Kirg Glorge for St. » lebecls (Atorean Oherbonre dhe Hast Asatey Line
ye e Thess were our late King’s prmci pal weeres the poser cf pardeotog crini- | aod Southampton, and fut ‘lass pas of Steamers
Se eT | oa all in the maones le which that death-
can” fesaglny wasobteloed. Bucoces caver

pos
claims to fame, but therw iss lesson for | pale; be ia tho fouotela 7 FE 1 unless some great or good quali-
OR —) ATE. flee attrac’ it, avd the secret of the Jato
, King’s acklevements wae wall put by she




alle for Uarupano, Comana, Rarce-











FOR




eal







rene precieely = Regletration closes

ath

Mails foe Deinerara, Surinam and
Cayenne by the“ St. Vomiaque” will
be closed on Monday the Lied May at
B o'clock, aim precisely. Negistratlon

closes at 7

Malle for QGuanoco by the 8.8,
“Viking” will be closed on Musdasy
the sind fost, at 13 o'clock p.m. pre



















,









honour ; frou bin all tithe of nubdine 3
t b] | The tender will teave the Lighthouse THOMAS =Theas. “Ht. Thomas"
aod honourable eater reeaiae Jetty, Queen s Wharfat 3pae, wilh Nie ‘ue here frou Europe ve ‘Bu

denon, adn ck | Pentti te Ura ag | Popa go: Donlget H age


















Sore Satie iliac sath “a




oss Pawe. Heuotified that ha on, elsely, Hegistration closes at 11.3)

. ¥ ” the {et may meer oF esame one ted a tes weno tngliter » ia Spat to ny io eea Mee at tts re Mails, for New York by tho “ Bare.

b: eererecerecerere Ee Nine Sea MB Ha Lge a es tented iia | ta atin ba ag | uno ute Se

Ne - oy . can 1 1 ne 4 ‘*

5 oa 0 the sald be . ive be batt aud Navy are grapted by him, he bas x es sige are thee! ure arge feaeee OE a a Malland Regtstrativa closes at 1

ALL COGOA ES I A T E : 1 jlo cy bee ce tle eae tig | the peace CE proroguiog Partiameot— | gequestod to ape (hat their bagguge 39 renidad Lone ef lau, Money Orders on New York

cae eine aren bre ta Lie lrecny | (Hab as, puiaog ag end to ite alitiogs | wnt down before that Leur. Steamers, and Vanada Lsvued of 0.1°.U, to 10 atte

: ut a titwe, abi maoitiog it, aod ¢ a MIDAD BYIPFING A¥D | em nenrne emery
ms iy in due la large mesprete bie h ac fi dvfd log it aod Tt: 5












———aSeest
oe Taavtug ComAcssre

A fly, we! “HM ™
Ths Boemy of Pilekly Heal} y paagan ctiees Shee cr
LUNGS CREAM CADBOLIC [Now York on Saturday Bist May 1010,
SOAP. It bathers well. spd le due thereon Hunday 2th Mey

mag, pow larvae DAD

Thousands of niothera tau teatlfy
a the sictug, of, Nother Creates
ona Baterslaston, bece
Rauew frou expericuce Low useful it La,

vukiog « oew one ia its place; he uw the
oop cine bead of the Siste, the Chared,
the Army, and the Nevy; be bae the
powir sf eroding pod rregylag grubsssa-
dora, of declaring war and mrklog peace,
Of artangig treaties, and oulolng wooey

Pr , niralght ard & fads with

Ri. No’ reasonabie offer refusod, For further particulars | ging ie if apton bene gene af

apply ts . diphnaey, with the cade oa the tale in
- piaia view, aed with motive, « susthods,

oe McKENZIE & KIRTON. orate cay stows:

lecert ie be Lreeted at bh
oF 16 Acros. erat Hee ils aivthea's tustiocs for













THE TRINIDAD
_| Musical * Hall.

D. EB HYNDMAN

Bre to infor bis friesds ond patrons
thst he fs In eceipt of the famosn
“ CUATRC STRINGS, double |

Secood. Copper
CELLO STRINGS, VIOLIN BOWS,
Fancy Gaitar asd Vislin

MANDOLINES — prices
to $2.00, also an snermone

une ‘of ALBUMS AND SHEET | 850 Boses

Sth May, 3010,

‘SIL GVaa

Sry THE AMBRIGAN FIRE OATOHBR
FOR KITCHENS.

a HOREY ~ HIN»,
Je to the qaickest and cheaper

Kiadler known, as well (he neatert, and
the smoke ie a disinfectant,
test boon for the cook an
Tiy 18 to-day and convine
te ‘merits, For sale at alf

roceries,
The " Kata-Xetehâ„¢ Mig. Co.
x, GALVET—Manager,



OFFERS FOR SALE
”

BX 8. 8._ S ORURO-
29 Cases Haniltow’ CR

Governinent Railways



2
80 Canea ™ Reindeet® Raed

* PBLUENOSEâ„¢ CHEESE
io howe SHORED JLRRING.
0 .
HADDOCK

a ARRANGEMENTS:FOR
>» WHITSUNNIDE HOLD
Empire Day & Corpus‘ Christi,

Ee ed

WHIT . MONDAY,
Mtondny, 16th Atay, 1910.

. I6th May, all ordinary and Incal_ week day traine will
RO MONDAY, seo rua oa the Caparo Valley Lise. connecting
e

jay and Sandsy, Mey 13th, 24th,

tlog those for distances of

the following day.

onday, but all lines will be setved on

y 14th, aod Tuosday, May Uith, from which date the Usaal Goods
am

EMPIR® DAY:

Trwtesdnay, Bath DEny, 1010.

” 8 EMPIRE DAY, TUESDAY. tere MAY, all ordioary and local week

mold day train will aleo de rua on the Capato Valley line,

conpectiog with the Up and Down mais Jine trains,

Return tickets takea on Empire Day will bo available forthe day only,
ing thoes for distances of twelve miles and upwarde, which will be availyble

Goods Train will be ran on Empire Day, but all lines will be served on
May Sard, and Wednesday May 25th, from which date the usual Goods
rice will be resamed.

CORPUS CHRISTI,

Thursday, 26th Aimy, 1Q10.

nd UB CHRIST.

run as oa

. Al retura sail tickets {seu

twill be available up to the following Friday,

in will be ro on Corpus Christi, but all tices will bo served
zdth, bod Friday, May 272b, from which date the uecsl Goods

Ex Recent Arrivals:
100 Bags “WOLE* FLOUR.
IA BUITER.
5S Cases AoA COD
20 Cases Jam,

__9, BROADWAY. _
NOTICE.

A mid-day traio will

aad Dowa mele 1 at.

tail tickets takes on Friday, Sat

Seb will be available

Monday wit] be available for the day only,
wards, which will be availa

THE METROPOLE

BOARDING HOUSE,
ior THE mou pepe

Board and Lodging.
TERMS MODERATE.

Excellent Cuisine.
fortable Apartmeota,

Mas. K, G, DAZEVED9.

SANATOGEN

The Tonic Food Romedy for Ner-
vous and Bodily Weakness.
GET IT AT RAWLIN'S DRUG STORE | 55
Price {1.aa.

DENTISTRY
Dr H, W. LYNOCH.JINDIA GHOLAGOQGUE

Aw UNFAILING REMEDY FOR
Fravnkt and 4e4U0H

And other Bilious Disoases,

INS'S DRUG STORE
FOR SALE.

oR lotereate A the parties concerned,
ther 1 up for sale

ret the undersigned at ther

12, 8%. Vincent Etreet,

day the 12th dsy of July, 1910, beiwoen
Vf two pw, the well
known Cocca plantation '
Cathorino”
eltuste fe the Manzanille Ward Unloo
containing 223 acres of
along the bank of ths
and withic easy distasce

3, SCOTT & BON,
Gove, Auctioneers,

Cocoa Properties

sO BALD,
\ Cunupla, 4} miles from the Rail-

mestof this Colony god mypelt for theterm
rom date her r 0;

tne wogand selling of men r ore

the Caroal swamp, I give

notice that any percoa oe per ‘opore
or selling map

the sbovementioced ewamp

pape t lloense will be proseca+
4

canees rocurable
(gee excepted) betwesa tbe hoare
of twoand four o'clock p.monthe lande

poe

fom spew of

ort-of-Spain April 25 1910—[month

WARD PRICE & C0

Auctioneers, Valuers, Estate Agents
â„¢ and Accountants,



day trains willron: A



Telephone 116,

Devsonst:

Dental Coilege, USA.)
avTty Evrederiok St.
All branches of Upto-date DENTISTRY

Bi iced on modern nei
1o08—= PHONE 38.—Nov, r3th—on

CIR TERE

Pricelpal Toples of the Day

Thursday, Mey 26th. The paseenger trains, ordinary
aye
ea oa Wedoesday aod Thureday, May 25th and 26th,

No Goods Tre
ba Wednesday, Me



vie



POM CAPERS OPP APY

- Workmen’s tickets will not be issued on Whit-
Monday, Empire Day or Corpus Christi.

ays

Haltloy’s Comot]'

Colllo’s Stables
‘PHONE 481 ... COLLIES STABLES,
The most Up-to-Date Srasice fa

Pa? Lok,
Notice to Creditors of
First Mesting,

—O OO

S.S, “N aparima’”

The BS, *NAPARIMA” will rin on Whit-Monday, Empire
Day, and Corptts Christi, as usual on Mondays Tuesdays, and Thurs.

H. R. MARWOOD,

General Manager and Chief Engineer,

aliaatetdian <-0:4

days, respectively.



Ia the Sepreme Court of Trinidad and
Tobago,

vin water a0.
OP. ally slred i mea with sma

ally 3 aoe of 13 acres haviog 600
te ed 60) smaller cose and

with boase (825 0.) Witness

Asotber of 12 scree aloo having vp:





Re Joba Wherton—Debtor
Ex parte Rote Menderso.—Creditor toatl

der reoriving onterd
Vader reavle neo er ated tbe 12th day

of May 1910,
OTICE is Loreby given that the:
meeting of Creditors inthe abo



BEST STOVE FOR TRINIDAD,

NEW PERFECTION BLUE FLAME COOK STOVE, of omaller trees and mioy

of 10 aces, having 200
bearion trees and as mevy emalier, treea—
}





anything any Stove wil I

ort-of Bpiia on Were
the 2b day of May 1910 at 3

Crcditore entitled tov te thereat muet
Jodse with me thelr prools ans later thea
32 o'clock 03 the 23 I’
Forms ¢{ prool aod of general and,
‘oxy tobe used st the meetin;
eed with me not later thas 3}
e'clockh on the 25 bday of May 1930,

THOMAS I. POTT.
Ag! Officia! Ree@ver

do and do it better,



Apply by letter to 1. B. c/o “Garette”
Alay 22th, 1910,—Im:

HOME COMFORIS!

a
fPHE COMFORTS of the bome ean be

theroag bly 00 yet
HOUSE, No. 32, Cora
ead George Bueet, City, Large aod alsy

sooms, Excellest calsine, Prices moderate,
Uive wae visit —ld&th May, 1910

Property for Sale

AT 8T. JOSEPH,

be reolved by the poder
tp tothe Wh Jace, 10910, for
louse sitaated on ball an acre of lead, the

7 of kde. B,C, Moroogs who bas left



Toasts, Heats the Waeh
Water and the Sad Irons
Without Dissipating
heat through the room to
your discomfort.






atthe BOARDING
et Marine Square



Iv NOT FOUND AT YOUR DEALERS CALL OR WRITE

West -India Oil Company,

Office: #&t, VINCENT STREBT,

N.B.—Fo ma of proof aod



NotR-At tbe Geet meetiog the Creditors
Insy smonget other thingy —



fa wumbsr aod three § p,
ell the creditors who | th
bave proved seaq've to accep) a
for composition or scheme wu:
18 of the Benkruptey Owio
soary reeoletion resolve thet
be edjudeed baokra;
ihe oe! ate gxoreis £10 0

'

t

=TO-
IN TERS.

OUR LAST ADVERTISEMENT FOR
‘Manurial
LIME.

Proves thero arezstill some who do not knowits yalue, Are
you one of them!

Writo for Particulars to

Tio Trinidad Shipping and Trading 0o., mtd,

pro
inder section F command Q maguificent rie
and orice the gs
‘ne House cont
ond a Dravte Room, Dintog Room aed Tantry,

Bathroom .with water laid oa
Reoma with usual ont offices
For farther partion!

PLA



OR TE

ree

= Or

to the Carinistee for tospection,
4. By osdisary sesolatios eppolat o
Commlitee of lospection.
& Uy ordiaary reevlutlon determine the
remgnueration tote ped
Masvger, if ope le ep joloted,

NOTICE,

i
UIS sto foform the public that Jam
Bot recponsible for any dele or debts
contracted ty my wife Li
abe having left my ous acd protection
without any jut coeca,

A BARGAIN.

BALE.—0oe acd a ball quarrees
land situate at Luventille Koad,
Hooe Hill, Keows a: Loaa's Place,

AL YREDIS LEAv,
87, Deke 81h Moy, '10—1es.

PIANOS FOR SALE.

.
HE andersdgaed hes o stock of frst
poe of Eng! Gernan acd

8t moderate prloes for ash,
sybiem on easy bere.



ODENTO
biog apd dehghful

ttle at LAINGS No, 6 Charione tt,






a







“INSURAmOm |REWALYER STOUT IR MSP
FIBB ae oo al Xinds bro ‘ ‘ewes

The North British & Mercantile
INSURANCE CO, LTD.

eSntunblinhecdt 1808



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Mart Sal
a a *
FRESH SHIPMENT tle ~
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—e i
t Stat December,
Total Fonds at tg,t2i.310 a0 soll avery ) Dealer Sarongaoas

for year 1208 e
Total Revenue ee, x 3g1486 10 10 WARRANTED,

ition held by the Oo: y
The stro§ Peston ool ite onal,
ment, ehould eppeal to all those who
denirs Sale Insc!

CLAMS PROMPTLY SETILED.







Molemosas

AND Zsaw4groex2rm
ppeeeiated all classes, trom

dvreeaetes to rhe















Bole Agents for Fir Department “TRENT
{in Trinkded ¢ “MAG
Ths Tredisg | SOLD IM BARRELS 7 des, PINTS) 7
altel , * | sad So QUAD, owed = [POP





—_—veQ——enene *
ARINE INQGURANOE effocted 00 Uargs
brecie, (Gold as Bilver) and Rogtstered

THE OCEAN
MASINE INSURANCE C@ LTB
or K.OoNDOA
CAPITAL ‘wn qe oe £100,000
Bee Hie TRINIDAD SUIP-
PING 4 TRADING Oo LOD
REASONS * WHY
PROPERTY OWNERS PREFER

Jas, Young HWanrer



Every bottle nas cork

branded, SPECIAL iy
& AND OAPSULE EMBOSSED. OF FIRST che

Bee that-you get the genuine aritols | RETURN Fans
SOUTH a#!
FOQR SALE BY) Claas Rats,

Tina as Retorn eo
attractive ¢ a
steamer:

mae eaving

Chacon Bt-—-Televhone 190, pad Acguat we 1
. Pee om a









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216

—THE~





Aa their Agoxnt i s
ECAUSE be owns Prorer' ics bieasalf, a 347 , ph Ba
B aod this provides thas element of Frinid: OW iG Co ey gate a ae

eecarity no abseut Ip may eases,

BECAUSE all moneys collected are dail Z.inainesd., of the Company's
Jodged inthe Union Bank of Halifax — Bren, 90 nelle
ere,
BECAUSE all mosthty wettewente re} KOOKS Look 12 | ‘un Nove. |
promptly wade by cheque npon the USE, UBF, USE, Pasreagare we
BECAUSE. Hiarper’s system of gettin Only the Purest Ice, the period for which
about fs up-to-date and qaick, Took M pba sell not under

ANUPACTURED,
ont for him today, and sce bow he See Profesnor Carmody's Analyais, be extended, are
pete about, Results of Aanslysis : thelr bertee Tor then
BECAUSE bis references are of the best | Sample of Teen Received from the Manager | dietety upoe the
Ts He your Agent ? Lf sot find Atm at 24th Jantary, mene ati an et alt facteer
#9" DUKE-STREET Yo Day, and| ‘th danvary, the Company's athoe



















terre his services, Total Solids .. 4.2 prta per}00,000| wre eee
op tbo te to02”, * Povt-chiaed
Baked Beans in Tomato Sauce] a! samen (0016 NOTICE
tsa, PER TIX atin GELEXOE {otc ta
NABOB SWEBT CORN—20e por tla ‘ mT capa Pimp dla
OALIFORBIA ASPARAGUS 400 tin MGvrersmestAuity | BOR BALE o@
ry , —_' lea ieny ‘
Sactes, Apricate Glrapes—30c , THE TRINIDAD Datoavs Discus eo 8g







PEARS - 36c per tin,

~—aT=

MEDICAL HALL.

A.G, Dg SILVA & Co,

tore,

High School for Girls)SHUGl Keberund

OFFER FOR
REOPENS

Monday, May 23rd. }102 Bares ceumnt—-
Picked TEMP b









fa














———_______—_Proprictora,_
To whom if may Covet.i3, MARLI STREET,
ITH reference w a totlce ta the" Rluror” New Town, Port of-Spiin.

\ Rewapaper of the 30th Apri, rgrore a | —May]ith—2e,

Jesse dated snd Apal, Parta

lor Fenop) of Oropeatw sod Jun. Rca | =©6WIFRE NOTICE.

Port-ot-Syalo, for Tweoty-ove (21) years for — 204 Bags FINE Sale
‘ospéc.ing aod searching for od, asphalum, ablie le hereby potifed thee 11374 4. 10

or les THEREBY GWE AUTCE ta te V any apc cotece oy wf She dead LeunrMURG don
sero, ae ra a | MY metal wy tke krona | SULPHUR

tection,

LEBEADO MARCANO,
wo













Jul .
pever al my cross tq any such document
and sbould Julias G, Rud sasmpe to carr:
. Jour bis aim as sald no is











(Sg) JO$3 FOX, 6, Chacon Bireet.

'
Oropuche, 3rd May, 1910.—11/ shto—ba*






Unlimited Success. j ==="
THREE EXHIBITIONS 1N ONE.

The Talk of the Town| rue 2 Ice F

~ 18 NOW — Extibluion crested great ioterest and eenesnneag

cansed mach admiration, and was praised by +
THE EMPIRE SALOON) cmeiereeceltist| | Pri
sabeequert exhibition af the Works was oy _
AND WHY at once errunied eae
— ? The Parade was inteoded to cance & sen: -B Hi * ae
FROM TODAES

eae
7
‘O











EQAUBE the Liquors ‘wastfetered
B audsold are ett standard of Work wre ea ee ‘intent we 2B ‘
excellerce, and to prevent fraad our eat Dye Works was reached thea a had to ‘
tenor tad ace a cetyl [tae peed tact srsae eee? tm .
ver fi
sbich lea symbol of quailty corresponding | ready for Show, tnd the third Retibitnns ROAST AND arr

lo the sterling stamp on titer, opesod. As ove as this wasdone cro: 4
els 1B AW AGE OP BEABON | Rocked tn, sod fos three sonacgtive aeye| DBUIKET ... ay
od it wut stent to tl g . crowds 0. ph
ouly che fittest con sured Tee anes red 85 samples comprising, '
Affairs, In







trade deta alletber 34 Cleaning aud
this 20 b ceotury the roavalectare of Boot | Dycivg erbibited, every night from 7,80 to (Sianxp)s ,

er
Raz like good Whisky bas be tm. The Show wee enlivened by a az
a foe ast.” Cosowieace declare, Todeced $9 | band of mana, Clarena’s entiring ee CROKE Y 1
beand tbe beet because Lt bas okies adit pe bie trom time to time to a
. | delicious Savonr of ite own appetizing pad sia iene rent epecimens, and oa 4)
nourlblog aad bi¢snes it ie mized by ihe Heat ot rom 7 to 21 he QIst April "40,, re

Veopriatoe himeetf who bas madeg
atady -fthe art, Ceuvinos yourself bya
pais io the Enetrg, C























rnee en co, BE, Melee
WATCH KEPAG
the pokD~ ee
mos I 6b ' -
Ny abies A eemeatie| | Te
ausy “m2 Jew Mn co, Wake wre te, aoe 24, Frodeciek
ariel Berean, tod es nr fa nse ta Uline Dare] Mey bb—1a,
. A
Dz SILVA’S Oil — : NOT) :
il, Oil, Oil, [iubnisicd ta
TLISF whe ar th. «, | Whisky of Bae Rep! oe
Stables 1 will dg well toceneantenee for Oil v vet Gavel Plactor, my 4 2
‘ , , on:
. OkIBIO 2 SM 5
—aNp— Ren] Eatate Agent, 1 a

Witee 6 te cross or marks ©. OF
Sed May 1910.



Gndertaklay —Departmeat.

63, ALBRCROMBIE grt,
Telephoug 297, :





eee
Rubbers Rubber, Rubber, = ,
BOUT 60] to 1; en ahr apne ty,
A adaptable kee Ie ona Me in (eee an ba



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Na, 26 Bt. Viocent 8 a tention ani
tri Sat is Cees APM



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TOES FIRE JEOEMUICE Ci,
_or
Rtmnsos,
(BOTUAL 4 O0-GPERATITE.)
1s, Onncom moreet
TELERRAR 10, 02
ft
hd aT EMER A the

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THE WORLD FAMOUS

A
ae 4 GES ib°
- 7 ER - re A801 . at “
FUOCRFORT CHEESE... /
; me “MIDGET & a
: Y patowbstte CREAM e

We Cater for Island and Picnic
The Coolest Smeke on Earth.

4 wk for our special -Island
EVERY PIPE GUARANTEED.

A large Assortment of Shapes.
Plain aud Silver Mounted.

noe A Truly _

AD e

MINBION MEROHANTS,

ea rl Smoke,

a GROCERY, THE ONLY PIPEIFOR THR CONNOISSEUR, 3
SMOKED THE WORLD OVEK,





office for sai ends at
beta conven! coc
A. F, MATHISON,
Gaere!

bit ‘hand “a begs them to a: at the
peuy's ofice for said dielia




Port-of-Bpaln, ,
ol Sal 1903,







WEE ATOLES.






Trinidad Building and
Loan Association,

OFFICE: NO, 18, ; CHAOON STREET.
Telephome: Mo. B+
—p—e









HE BOARD OF DIRECTORS bas

slaced ao INTERIM DIVIDEND “er
4 per cent forthe half year ended on the
30th Jone last,

Membere who have recived t!
Tp value of their MATURED suakes
dering the perlod are now invited to apply
te the andersigned at the office of the















Astociation tor eone CASH DIVIDANDS
sorrespoadiag to sald shares, Members
d Luxuries whose Db jaces ARE E NOW CAN.
ae CELLED of their matored
c.f! LX abares me: iy to the office or their
; res active Lareets and will receive
Ss, " Oo R UBA. pent any bale balance standing at credit
, oald
. AT, MATEEISON,
beay
a 20 per Ib








Port-of 8
HAD BocKS = we yt Sith Auauts 1900,

HEREIN as "pet pdoz



ALSO
Siab Calzes




mom Ga per lb
= ie " —~OF— -FOR—
366
— ™ OUR BELIABLE
8 & Wilson, Ltd, -. Ic Y -HoT
STANDARD * QUALITY .
or font BOErT.L ES.

“WATERPROOF

ree T— House muse Lana:
by occa)

Bh hs ornar'y ty M yor. 8. Bases
drewing and dining rooms aed
siley—Telephone aud Water ter:
Hed aenai ont clices.—Apply to
MOURL Burr Jxw, Bolloltor, 109
iheeel, Poct-cl- -Spain ~ Mey lt—lo.
UAE te tei—FarobbeT at No 16
5 ke Bt from 15th Jane for
on pat cn tee Arey Me ill e/a Stace

REN 7 - Taehed = B vou"
” 10 aiuntest walk from Lurepe
eetaning Drawing Hvom,

je lsrge Usllery, 3 large Bod: |

to Rooms, Ki.chea, Pantry,

S Stables od Carriage HOoee,

the prembes or to GOODWILLE

1, Lt. ¢ yLetedonian House —



Keeps Contents either



—_—OR—
Steaming: Hot.
FOR DAYS.



UMBRELLAS.
WATERPROOF BOOTS.

onOr->4 mr








R BALE, = About Tea Thousaed |

MERE Gocdue Bireet very wear ihe 2 trmoens Fianus. “Apply to the Mane
" feet with all the oooreuiences fora Chagusremas Betate, of to O, |
a mor: Arey) to res Jean Uaisop- WCnniey sibs ee

ve Lasts alveaied ot
Meogeeriy tp" waUer driviog





every reepes , wei) suited

ers to As af aTaison Je. 1§ Chacwa aed over 3,00 e200205 Ire0s now belog

JSR BOGE eo CO

COATS & CAPES. Iey-Cold | aladstone Bags

“DATLY ONE PENNY

aT ON TOP,|SEST VALUE

SKEOCH & co. GLADSTONE BAGS.



WONDERFUL VALUES

—IN~

ted | 1904 and and 1008 (bak there fe stilt FANCY
STAPLE

JUST OPENED UP FROM



KIT BAGS
SUIT CASES



=o fo ah







x

4
4
1

TEONIES.~

mee DRY GOODS)

TRAVELLING RFQUISI TES

, OF EVERY DESCRIPTION a

Ato

Our Reserve Stock,| tu» aroun.
PRINTS AND COTIONS at cor ove 50, Ge, and 80, DAVIDSON & & Topo

FANCY ZEPHYRS at sate Nee ww 60, Bc,and 120

WHITE PIQUES at weave GO, SG and 12 {
GREY LINENS at wn wees 6 Bo and 12¢ F OR SALI,
FANCY MUSLINS at ane oes os Ge, Scand 12c
Victoria Lawns,

Swiss Muslins, India Linons |



Persian Lawns|, | ~tEtE-
“Mount Dillun Estate”

Dross Stuffs, Moltons, Crash | 77s Paxint or Br, Davi

LACES AND EMBROIDERIES:

Best Assorted and Cheapest Stock tn the West Indles.



12 Frodérick Stroot.



Bere |Ct A Ty HiD ONTAM HOUSE

NEW SHIPMENT | AGABTIN'D'S | TRAVELLING REQUISITES,



CABIN TRUNKS
OVERLAND TRUNKS

LEATHER TRUAWKS:»
STEEL * TRUNKS

KIT BAGS, BRIEF BAGS
SOILED LINEN BAGS

Hat Cases, Bonnet Cases,
BH. RUGS AND RUU STRAPS, HOLDALLS.

Q@nor-d4 mre



Goo DW tx AWD WiIiLson, IMI TED:



FOR SALE

~—BY=

ee Ura tnaivaonaren tae |
Le. fenlyy. ot jortber parsica- FOR S ALE WX STORE young trees, aloe several coconut trees BOW D ES Co, a9

plinte*, pert of parchese money esa
a a

reuata on the property, lotere-4 at & per









ee Pemtyks gue’ or Towa oor per oN New Suroes and Lorde bad
AT. Bisse No, 3 ber of pos eines ven the “Navesnan
, Re Gieinivmey| . EX RECENT ARRIVAL Soy Sega nvr toa? henson, | * 200
Te 1,4 A stevie dink | Cases RED SALMON Afariposay’ nar 1 Apeth 28th,
d o, *Sfempre Fresco’ Brand, RTD 08 SRN TT NY
" Medium sc ‘Patriot * "Brand, Fer Sale orRent ;

FerSalo, | ”
x maguihdierb coleadca

a wrt Rie ‘
rable ob 3.000 xe teows and s wale

Gaunk, Por att Juss 8 Meh, UBE SUGAR—50lb Boxes, "| pale pace ta frome of the balding. Fon #8 1 150 Cares
L Bie tata eee are GRANULATED BUGAR—100b Kegs, ser oa kena in, is Gonos
. srs preety Maravel ova-



ee aod cat



oe Te
Pow Vepmyen ius meer

jt *
to Tease males tx 9," Debowe? ise Ape a writing te otke * Parvate

t Ageory, Bap Forusuda.’

BOUIH QUAY



’

wd
— i esinas tea thie bey aT Metta he ne,

V
bie At

Becey wien iavine tyres aad] = BUYERS OF cocoa AND ALL OTHER PRODUUE tere at Biol, th a yout wae wiih p cum conrnaTlUNE TS, an
fog,

s, BROADWAE.

gid Taha varies | Of I ld h d 9 0 k Fer ‘patlicnlary spy te Fucns | EEX 8. Be “Oruro” from Canada. pats
oH tou Aarcbertot Na ormaiae y A: in ASKS, ae ~ 15 Drums Trime Large LUNENDOWG_OODEISL.

= feroes MEDIUM OODFISH

Page, GHoloe sPLAT AT PEAS,

~~,

Ex 8.S. "St. JAN’ from RDomorara.

250 Bags No. 1 DEMERARA RICE,

; j OREALE O8 KENT= -
S A, Ee. “L) I IN I HS ha ose som notions Dalidls paowe as ac XUN, Dee" from London
- Hes weet Pilate Circtste Highs bel 59 cared Three Stare? Balnry MATCHES each 10 gross

LER coeek 80 grow. BO Cases “Thee, et ar Te sete
~The hie Mfoty

Ex Recent Arrivals 2

910 Beles r sock Buran Wrprieg PATER | 600 Bage No. 1 NAGRA RICE
leq German Buraw ¥ Aaa 1B» 100 Bags QARDEN SIAM RICE

fan Ose a alk f At —_ Wanted.
TN NR Wessels Bros, & von Gontard Wyse a ae Serr cemasenâ„¢ [wena nnd ronnie

Zoe,

elephome 19m,

wmown te Bpeia Connie” Bia My—aM, Porte Byala, $x0Ma7. ina,

woe
‘ ek elite a le a ote alee sat dace «saree Mitel nee Ln



TOBAGO CONTAINING OVER

Portions of which are planted in



ate Oo. Eatates,
There are’ two Dwelling Houses

Iaboarers bartacks and mechivery on the

aa farther particulars please apply to

SMITH BROS. & uO
fel to ___-_.

COVENANT NOTICES

- NOTICE. —

Graze Tenders | addrewed to the
Coloalal Seoretary and marked “Tes.
dere foe Mules, Transport Trais, 2, W.D."
will be recaived ap to 12, noon oo Satur

Gay [Sth instant jor the meee an siz (@)
American Mules, 15 bao t ule 2
sound i wind and a Liab,
approy the
Governnsent Voter srlnasy Bararon. Price
ta inclade deliv: rey 33 ol-Bpalu, Bot
later than the I. day Tole
‘The lowest o¢ avy teader will not necoe

warily be pted,
7 Oe nome ow, Kwagae,

Wolonial Secretary,
Colonlas Secretary's Othce,
27th May 191%,
















GULF STEAMERS~~
ISLANDS AND BOOAA KERVICE,

ARNANGEMENTS POR WHITOUNTIDE
MOLIDATS AND aD EMPIRE DAY,

Sartcupar, +, 16th May.
The Guill Sieamer will eave, Ports

Blea:
ae at â„¢, for Chacachacare
all all tations, Bbe wit leave Cha-
3pm iti call at all
eatlaon aud will arrive at Portof-
pain at about 644,
ESDAY, 17711 MAY,

The steamer will leave Porvot: -Bpatn
at 4 am. for Ohachacare cirect, sod
wu rallet all stations except Teter

Bay on on the return trip. arriving
at tt Porte sbpeln s at about #.
7» 23RD MA ar

The 1 am ip will be run se ueusl

ere wilh no serviceat 12
p.m. loetead the steanwr will leave
at 4 pos. calling at allstations as far
and will return to
Poctofspain direct the same ere,

a day 2th May sare as Monjay
Ath diay. y ie
WEDNESDAY 25TH
ant seamer wil LU lsare Vort-of-Spain
hecarc direct,

seat wit call s mT stations exvept
Teteron'y iia Kon the teturn trip;
ering at Rorgotipaltn at abuut
85 am, tonte se 415 a.m service wiil

* net be performed,

@ day cal le ool. at the
iclow, “
Fir ds ww w «=F
Gasparee “~ in
Monoe “

10 fase TRUE AS srett ronsoce Grdteary return tickets at aaa
¢ tb, Tins, rates,

' J. B BACNDERS,
arbour Naser,

400 ACRES.

Canes, Cocoa & Cocoanut

These landa can be formed into eithor
a Coooa or Hub ber plantation aod abuts
= ( 00 the Oastara Syr:

a
ends

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Distinctive Tailoring,





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‘i Wi l Cs tu






lovers of poses
bt Beat ite realizes
, Per schooner , DARA 0” at Pascagoula Mis Miss :—, ' tse ana 7
A specially selected cango 0 . ramen tata ;
NEWEST DESIGNS Pent nia as



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- 8 ~ role ean :
Ww Pitch Pine Lumber — a |
T eed Suitings | FO XWOLTO [iy Scantling, Boards and Planks Rough & Dressed | ae
AN EXPERIENCED oe OF ASSORTED BIZES, AND GOOD LENGTHS. ,

To be seen at our yard, 52 South Quay.
WE” BA, SEBETE é& Co

EWA ouTrTr AR

With our Provent oan trained Staff guarantees
¢ _.., Newest Styles and boss Workmanship- = «

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LIMITED.




Molassine
~~ Meal
Anothor|DHPURATIVO

FE RESH IN DAILY FEED FOR YOUR
| SUPPLY DE BELMON.|ANIMALS!






13th May} 1910,

TRINIDAD TO;U. K, via NEW YORK

By tho Trinidad Line to New York 7
'the ANCHOR LINE to Glasgow and Londonderry | M. W. 4

WIA MIO'WXAX. TM.

PROPOSED SAILING DATES, 1910. TWoMid

Leave 2
THaldad, New York,





eoakny
STRAW Bho a
Way 2 7
















Breamers,





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an nessat st. @
“ o wod90t Apt, 5
> ys mbna ocbotb Moye “penetbakta, corre May, | Has NOW
: THE GREAT BLOOD PURIFIER. 4, | CHEN elites aay a 1 * May.
*MARACAS” o-[2lad, May ...(20th May ...}*? NIA® ‘ab Jane.
TO BE TAD AT= “BABA oF ‘live Jane se -{lo:h Jave...|! sel th h Jane,
3 6, HENRY 7 â„¢

BOTAN “"L) S, STREET HAVEJUST RECEIVED A FINE ASSORTMENT OF OMARACAS"” ‘lsh 200077] ard Jaty ..{ CALIFORNIA’... ovh Jaly,





19 route bas the advantage o! Ing passsogers to visit New
York onthe way home- Through tickets issued from Trinidad to
Glasgow from $97.50 upwards according to accommodation and
Steamer,
Full patticulara on application to Local Age:

The [rinidad Shipping & frading Co Ltd |nne teas tea

s A

large ebipmene @

Mer ithe Ban jeu eb,
texmer

“OH! SO EASY”

“Royal” Extra il SAFETY RAZORS

- With 12 Additional Blades,

KNOWN THROUGHOUT THE WORLD

FOR THEIR VALUE AND WORKMANSHIP,
: They are well put up in beautiful Satin Lined Boxes)

Tt keeps you Healthy & Vigorous NO GENTLEMAN SHODLU DO WITHOUT ONE.











DIRECT STEAM - TONNAGE Uieay ie a
Calcutta to Trinidads|':+=.. 4 ’
(JAMES NOURSE LINE.) Prove beoekcal €

————0--g oe
\HE undernoted Steamers will sail from Calcutta ng
during the coming season :— ViCT







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Leave ontor about Due fe oe prouns iii
83. “MUTLAH" 25th August on 4th October, - aa
B88. “GANGES” 8th October oe 17th November, Second Term Oe
Be NUMER 20th December su 40th January. z
bal.’ By EE: Ww . ” on at Decem one aut bu ry: “
Sd. “GANGES* Zlet January ee lat March. eae




For freight rates and other patticulars apply to
The Trinidad Shipping & Trading Co,, Ltd,,
Apitl 20th Amomtes,
oone, RUBBER
QO AMIS STAMPS.

Ronsonabie Olfall Ssizes and descriptions are now manofactared



“QUEEN” LAGER BEER| yp. Exchange,

~ Davidson and Todd














The QUEEN of Beers.














THAT’S ALL. FON ee oe ome
meme ATKIAL, . 77, Queen btrect. in ADAKAOX Privtegrs.
_— FRESH ARRIVALS OF





EE. STRONG |

ThE
PianO
WarehousE,

Infmaking room for New Stock begs to offer the
followirs hing 20 Class Second Liand pianos at very low
- | pricea for Cash,
1 Overstrung Piano by Tischerberg 3 50
do, do,, lose 100
1 do. do, Neleld 7
1 Vertical do, Birong 80

da ae Aligon 80

1
1 do do. Strong 40
1 do, do, Bishop 80

these fare all in Good ZCondition.

2 Frederick Sirost

. | 5
Estate Supplies qc

AT. moupare a
“CHE AROA DE:

TRENCHING SPADES—No, i 1,2,
WEEDING HOES—No, 1 12,3 .
DIGGING HOES—No, z

COCOA PRUN ERS—ailpie and “Arcade

PICK AXES,—SOLID STEEL,
BRADE‘S AGRICULTURAL FORKS
SQUARE MOUTH SHOVELS-No, 3, 4, 5,

WOODEIN * RAECEIR.

GOUGES FOR CANKER—4, 5.8, 3-4, Lin,
PRUNING SHEARS

CRNOOKING PADS & BASKETS -

MULE BLANKETS—White and Brown,
MULE COLLARS—1éins to 2uins
SADDLE SERGE-—Check,. Blue, White
TARRED REIN ROPE .

TARE AWTILENT SS =

GENOINE « SINR Y RES CLOTH—READY MADE in the following
Sines . Gft x aft, 8fi x 6ft, 10f x Bf, 12ft x 10fe, Léf x 10ft,
















#) BBN RICE, CLARBNCE RICE AND OTHERS.








“



bare not yet pscelred their stock, which to say
the least of it, fs ® pity—bat the elect may, if
they so wish, secure hele caryloes tod bave the
choice of the best materials procurable, at
present, in the whole town,






ntorbgit prices will ba no higher‘than those
it ther workmanship
is eo well known thet tt needs nq bash,









THESE ROYCROFTERS| “5

ti
mee hed -
+ (Cor verily they may be socalied) 2. Sites ig ,
a\ey :

are tt found--for the nonce=bet ween the b
Sonat veseptedy ours off um. and 8 pam,











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iv zn 510K of
-AT'76 MARINE SQUARE, |'2 ee

Which is situate adjoinieg the offices of the Royal Mail Company,







The Colonial Dispensary,
LEADING DRUGFSTORE IY THE WEST INDIES,
Miatahlblished 1057.
PPP
JOST RECEIVED ex French Matt 8.8, “Guadeupe.j
$/ EAU DE VALS-~SL JEAN & PRECEIUSE.
& | aude Vichy—Calestins , Fau do Carsbafa,

Eau d'Evien, Oarnine Le Francq Comprémeca de Vieby,
Fastilles Chatel Guber Guyon—Miraton, ac




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J. T. GITTENS,

aa Twvagurete



Frank Millers Harness Dressing,

THE ARCADE.

—— . -~ - we - ht eo i weet oe te ete









New MES ? . 1.

THE PORTOFSPAIN GAZETTE SUNDAY MAY 22 1910 a

her Bitter grief, abd lays at her feeb ¢ Ills Ioxceliency the Governor and the @nd draw puch lessons as wa may from foda themscives are

this great national arent, this great wise roan and ot

E . vt ate of sympathy and] offictala who occopied sheic stalls as nd th) '

pena aa vn ee te ade oon Pye tribals he ovat wutiee also the Rev. Cherny left ta pred national a Tiien bee comengn “ot fio knows when to yi eam

in Routh Africa and one pany powers: Pia thle Bilis colony join heartily 12 ) coronene ee ice. Aa. a adulation eronld te w firotenation of | Fielded to the prejagee i

lone dotted over the face of the Rove | itoly Giet' the Gomforien whore | peetinde Itev. Vialt, played Reelho- | this church, and ‘an iuenls to the | hope, Af the ma

known, and respected, and beloved, | special work wa commemorate ab] yen's March ta A Tiat Minor, and the

was the King by other nations that It thie season of Whilenntide, may give

would rot be aa ex: ration to ray | her strength to bear with resignation

that the whole civ zed pera he be heavy toad of porrow laid, gen,
m deeply mov and = grie er, and enable her lo

or hte lose It we ask the reason | heart “Thy will be dona” And now | photographed. Beveral of the Cleray

for this, the anewer {s,—because the {lastly Jetua turn our thoughts to] and other gentlemen before least ng

whole world acknowledges him to] King George, on whom, as the Frent up tot @ organ to offer to Itev.

have been a great asd a good King | Aovereign of thi great Eropire, the ] 3. J. bolt thelr congratulations for

id ie riveted [the excellence of the day's anusic. ;
As ele ey ci throne be ha, | attention of the Mele momblcly. pro | Thees was very. big denvaga for =the | porog dynasty and leave bie pame as | with toletation and Ganatrel

” tably recorded in the & THR KING
D nd Queen | claimed as King of the United King | Orger of Service”, new editions of] such Inevi a Morn
Victorias, "ihe Meneat education | dom of Great Dirtaia and trelant. | which bad to be printed by the Dioce: | bisto of our empires but a man of 8 nee the political ‘qnestions
Possible tth moral and | inisllect:.| and of the Hrlish Dominions be ond | san Pacer feaving bis indiyidoal setarop.on the | tere are net ter omy, SORE
0 e an e and. as fo du =—_ 4 9
teeponaible position which be’ might | tender him the expression of our MINUTH GUNS. blatorio page. | What abilities Edward are, 1 leave it eam e
ove day occupy, Aafe often the case, funawerving loyalty and attachment. Frow 605 until 6.13 pm on Friday Wil wou ‘ a! ep ay the . os ing Edward's ied
the effecta ae thie early tralning did Born on the Sra June 1905 he haa come | afternoon elxty-cight “minute guns” | of some other cowry o Son mo, regal to them will protaiay aia
not shew therselves at first. Aathe | to the throne at the age of (i and | were fired from the Corbesus Town | 4¢ sutrocraty pe og an 4 pomim ane | Ate secret until it cannes te SEE
ears went by, and boyhood ripened |has thus had time ta acquird | Hattery. Hergt, Diaweon beingincharge | devlo-Chief in one, whether he | mediate practical importeam #4
nta manbood, he becatne very popu-[ the knowledge and experience | of the Lirlng Squad, Thece were also would have prov a wae ic the few rough Jottings whies wi
Jar as Prince of Wales and-heper-[in Sbite aftiairs which are 00 | present: His Excellency the Governor, | (reat, or an Einperor vem fs ie i avé had time to throw
formed with credit to himeeif, aud| necessary to fit him for his Pnepector General Tieut-Colonel Swat, } Great, are questions u nw ch e desire to speak only of ded
profit to the nation, the dutleg aod | exalted office, Amd hie training in] Deputy Inspector General, Lieut neediesa to tone £ e pa nny eee SAN, 2 Derwent, “Me
was shared in common by the loyal named were alwo provided with | responsibilities which devolved upow | the Britieh navy, than which there is | Oolonel Marehall, and Captain Acton conjecture, al S er «eee at a tot ner ualitles { -
Inhabitants of the united colony of reserved seating accommodation, aud |hlin, Hut as yet there waano very | none better In the worlds has been | Inspector May and SubTaspector Har const uuttons monarct y pao atbat | ts ed m him the ‘ond Lo ,
Trinidad ahd Tobago, in the holding 4) additlon to the Vonsular Body, those | marked promise of future greatness ; {highly calculated to develdp tn him 9. ne an hi * la ft nie Yor That i, verted? vig, his aol
of epectal services to the memory of , who wore diatioctive nniforms were | no one seemed to rredit him with hav- | the qualities of independence, firmness everyt ne x ch cou 1 ft nim for tT in not, Perbape, wan
Iie Late Majesty King Kdward YIT, | the Mon, It A, Aleazarin the robes of oR jo him the joaking of a Brest king. ant moral SoUrARe I ernential form bey a hae y ttle rroeloss Tne ¥ because on snk a
at man: ing's insel, the Hon. A. Gd. Be! ut no sooner had he en on the ] asa ruler of mea, e a e aaah
the tity and ccher pacteat the Randy M.LGR, Director of Public Worke tn [duties of his kingly office than it be | tively little about him, but thowe who that could provean obstacle to him, | man's attitude of mod ree






Pe | .
eT MM [4M—RING EDWARD VIL
MEMORIAL SERVICES IN ANGLICAN

CATHEDRAL AND OLHER CiTY
CHURCHES.

























Great Britatn and In erery corner of



















































































monareh whom we mourn. ‘i fe hae no fale, of m large vi
need of aught save the truth, nd | foes entightened, 5
who Ration ieee on dhe trond think truly of him! Let vis speak | times, lens cody ebro
Cathedral going up to the Altar fo truly of him} Let us remember klogs | sénee and senne of hist :

mn aud thatthe Kipp of Klogs | tive, he d i
adicfre the wreaths, which, were also are eth not the person ofan mant | which it ie ta ererae, Be

"Tout with all that, let us recognisé that | easleron the oce:
here waé more than a king, here wae | soverelyn's Coronation sous

a t man stot only called ta occupy | tion of the anciene f ..
a high place, to form a@ link {nan \m- | more consonant with aan























IMPRESSIVE CEREMONY AND BRILLIANT ADDRESSES.

—y

Tributes to ‘Tho Poacomakor.*
\







The otweqnies that were bein rm | bere of the Port-ofSpain Volunteer

* formed in the great Engiish metre Fire Brigade in charge of Lieut.
lia on Friday last, found asympatbetic | Agostini, aud a complement of men
eho In the multiple overseas porees- [from the Ilarbour Constabulary.
sions of the Crown ;—an echo which | The~representatlvs bodies abore-



ca?

ragin,
AT GREYFRIARS KIRK
HRILLIANT ADDRRSS RY MB, JUSTICE

The ce for' Windsor uniform, and Mr, J. 13 frame evident at once that his early [have bad the privitege of a close ac- oy a false light leading hint astray. | ing or ts it back wordlogiemes
ite ‘official «| ents tale the ' Carruthers, ‘Acting Director of Agricul: tralning and highly floished education quaintance welts him tell us that, RUSSELL, We have af heard 80 much of him sbrehat of hia Oge, ineving at .
Moly Trinity Cathedral, where accord: j ture, In the Clell Service uniform, had not been in vain. It was thiethat | during the hine years that he bas been — since we were children-sand some of } ing it to move, oF does ka ~






FOLEMY AND SIMPLE CEREMONIAL, [us are a long way from that now s] back to former da
. but nobody ever heard of his doing | the present, dist me
anything outside his own proper | ab ? Silas he the
sphere. Qther kings, and great kings, | ja himself? Does hedheged
have doug so. Our King was content | the lines upon whieh

ing to arrangement, there was in] The (nterlor of the Cathedral retain: [| enabled him Ls profit by hla Afty years | Prince of Wales, he bas exhibited
attendance a gathering representative | ed ite ordinary appearance, save that | experience as Prince of Wales; and | kingly qualtics In « very marked
of the Government and the various | the Osnonry stalleand the pulpit were | when he came to the throne he was | degree. ie je a great reader and an etae Ha
branches of the civil service, the Legis- chastely re din purple, the same fripe, not ooly Ia years, but ripein | excellent public speaker, and his fa- service in connection with K lng ts a
lature, the Consular Body, the Har, | colour being in evideaceon the Altar | knowledge of men and of the wolrd. iu | vousite molto fe: England expects | warde demise at Greyfrist's Presby-
and other learned proferlons, the | frontal. Inthe centre of the Altar at its | experience, in wisdom and sound judg- | every man to do his duty.” Even fn | terian Kirk on Friday last at 9.30 a.m. .
Horoughs of Ban Fernando and Arima, | basestood @ beautiful cross of Cattleras ment in tact anddiplomacy;--Inevery | these few dayesince his accession, be | United with Greyfriars forthe pur | was content with ber king. Inter- | in the lighter—in
the Port-ofSpain Town Commission. | orchids (the favourtte flower of the | thing.{n fact, which made himinavery [has shewn clearly that he has a very es of the service were the St. Ann's ested in art, interested In science, he | ness, art, even in ws
ete, the Chamber of Commerce, and | King) yhich was presented by the ] short time step into the front rank as } distinct personality and will of bis | (Presbyterian) and the St. Joho's | was ever ready to encourage both as | that ts Lhe great 3 wd oO
other Bodies of a more or leas repre: | Hlon. J. D, Hobson, B.A. Worsbipfulf, ruler and a statesman. Helown, In hiss b to the Lords cfthe | (Baptist) churches, The congregation | became aking. In milltacy and naval | opposte of what ours veh a
sentative character, 1he Constabulary | Mayor of San Fernando, and Nire. [has been spoken af as a pattern Privy Council at his acceasion, when | was large but not overcrowded, On {| matters, without pretendkog to com: | ary, antiquated, ool of ¢ volte
* and Local Forces were strougly in Hobson, This toral tribute was au constitational monarch, And yet, al- [epeaking of bis father's devotion to | the rostrum which was draped in royal | peta with expe or to introduce | his times, ~one shHoke beard
evidence, and the epectacla of military | ported on the one side by a lovely | though careful not to identify himself the good of the nation, he anys: “To purple were: Rev. W. McCulloch | novelties, he possessed a sound and | what the influence of saien
ceremonial lent to the occasion on ait | wreath of white flowers, forwarded | with any one potitical party, he wasin | endeavour to follow in bie footsteps, | Thomson, M.A, Minister of Grey- | competent knowledge euch as befitted | have been. In one & lasek
of gorgeousnese which, while metlow- [by Mre K. J. Holt and bearing | no degree a mera figure head in the | and at the same time to uphold the | friars, His Honour Mr Justice A. D. | his station. Me was Colonel of elght | humbly submit, Ktog 2
ing tha tone of sadness that hovered | the inecription:—“ With beartfelt [State. Like the great Queen, his | Constitutional Government of these f Retssell, M.A., LGB, Rey, Lather | regiments, a Field Matshal and an | bioeelf even tn’ edvasm afale
around, effected a pathetic grandeur | sympathy an behalf of Holy Trinity | mother, he exercised a powerful per | realms will be the earnest object of | Barlow (St Ann's), Jtev. 1B, Uy lorlick | Admiral. and if more for tbe honour { He will go down tw
befitting the memory of the illustrious Cathedrel ongregation.” and on [aonality, avd maintataed a ficrocon- | my fife." Webave gond grounds, then, | MA, (St John's) and Rey J. J. fof thatbing than for use, atitl as a | ** Edward the Peas a
Monarch who has been called froin] the other bya wreath of violets aod [trolling hand in the aifaira of the | for hoping that he willbe all that we | Graham (Anglican) Herr C W, Noth- { man, no less tban as a monarch, it was | hope, let us prey that thet
the labours of a ‘I brone to eternal rest. J white flowers (favourites of Queen [ nation, Hthe her, too, be gave hie} wish him to be. and It only remains | nage presided at the organ and there | he who lent hoaour to those offices | no mere Indication of 6
life and energies for the good of his] for usto give him our prayers. Let | was the full complement of the choir. {no less than they to him, Ile under | crasy; but that the réicgi
people, ever thinking of and planning wa pra’ especially that God will mve | Io the forefront of the congregation | stood law and wasa member of the sumed, the example
maplation of the dying Sovereigas [ onr late King and Lmperor Udward | what would tend to purify and elevate | Kins wisdom, and tact, and courage, ‘ i Bar; though, as bas been said, the | may marke turning-p
appeal :—*Tthinks! havé done my} VIE, with sincere sympathy. from | them, and shewing sympathy for auf. | and sound judgment, to follow in bis | Boys’ Brigade under Capt. only brief he has held was one from the | Scotsmen are suppo
duty 5” so surely there seemed to haya | the Leet Indian National Congress | fering and dietress and poverty, and | footeteps, and to guidetbe counsels of | Tedd, . nation. He bore the degrees of many | and bard-head
been containedin the humble tribute ? of Trinidad.” wherever he met with it, It is allfthe nation at thie serious political ] The special liturgy of theservice wae | universities, He waa the Grand | forfelt all claim te
of loyal and sffectionate subjects, the y Punctually, as the echoes of the | this which so endeared him to his sub- | crisis to a bappy and successful issue. | very appropriate. It commenced with | Master of British Freemasonry and ‘national characte
unanimous verdict —"* Well done [ bell anuouncing the eleventh hour of | jects. At the first meeting of the} Jt is aninspicing Lbought that from Beethoven's funeral march asan organ helped toimpart to it that religious venture to put one
ood and failhful servant.” The day | the clock"had died away, the, crashing | Privy Council after his accession bef inillions of volces throughout this | voluntary, succeding which was an | an poilanthropic character which eo { at King Kdward’s if
paving been previously proclatmed a | of cymbal and the boom of the bass | declared that as long as there was | entire day in thousands of churches | invocatory prayer by Nev. Thomson. | strikingly distinguishes it from Free- | sidering the spirit
clove bollday, official and cominercial The bymn “The sands ot time are} masopary on the Oontinent. Any- | the boldness,—yea,
activities were suspended, and high | of Chopin'scelebrated MarrheFunetre. | the amelloration of bis people. “Tbie | united prayer for him has gone up to | blinking” wae sung, and Rev. Horlick | thing which tended to the welfare of | he exhibited ‘in
and low regardless of creed, clase or | With the Constabulary Hand under | resotve, it will be universally admit- | the Throne of Grace. Let it be our J read the lesson of Scripture from | his people wae sure of he encqurage: | alme and conviction
ether distinction, Joined In the last | the command of Band bergeant Major} ted, he carried out to the full. } delight, as it is our privilege, to ewell | Psalm xc. ‘Lord, Thou hath been our} ment. Ife was the patron of every | that he saw the
tribute that was belog paid to the de | Turner (Acting SBandmaster) and with | One marked way in which he strove | with ou: volves that mighty -horusand | dwelling place in all generations.” By | thing which was manly and vigorous, | him and with bis
parted Kuler, who In death asin life] Rev. EJ. Holt at the Organ, this | after this was to endeavour to keep | to pray from the bottom of our hearts | the choir, only the bymo “Crossing | huntlog shooting, fishing, fleld sporte | It ie enay for veg
will universally be remembered by hoposing composition wae most im- ] the nation from war and so bring to | today “God Save our Uraclous King,” | the Bar” was then excellently ren fof every sort. If England stands | selves upon tbe ‘
the alfectlonate title of The] pressively rendered, the while the | his people the blessings of peace. Nay [| Then followed the Authom: (Spohr) | dered, Rev. Bartow sald a very patho. high atthe present day as a country | which bis pacific polley @
Peacemaker.” Long before the | Cross Hearer walked slowly and rever- | more than this=we are confident that “lest are the departed, whoin [tic prayer, asklog for consolation to [for sport, it Is largely due to the | but how many b
hour fixed fop the commencement of } entiatly up the alsla, followed by the | whenthe story of his life has been the Lord are sleeping ; from hence | the widow ed Queen-mother Alexandra example of Eoglande king, who way | many approved that ‘
the sersica at Holy Trinity Cathedral} surpliced male chorfaters, and 4 [ written, it willbe found bow largely forth they rest frum their labours, | and all the Royal Vamily iu theie | certainly be said to have been ore | ception? He came to's i
large crowds had assemblal in the | robed Verger with official ataff. Then | instrumental he was, by his wise coun- aud their works do follow them, | bereavement and blessing upon King | of the best known sportemen, 30 | wards the end of & peeing *
near Vicinity of the building: and | followed the Mev. Clerey i J. 43, | sel and powerful ioftuence, in keeping The wusic which Is very far from | George V to ba « good an rthy | Europe, Horses and dogs, tuan's com- | costly war,—costiy’ is éae@ie
their rvepectZul demcanopr could not | Graham (te Agnes), 3°. H. [lammond | peace among the nations of Liuope, [ simple, 1s for Quartette and Chorus J exemplar of the late King Edward nions In the chase, naturally in- | precious lives, entex
but Inapire the thought that the} (Gousa) W.T. Allen (Bishopa Chap and, indeed, the world at large Asef working together: and the attack | VII. “Rock of Ages” asan anthem rested him, and the improvement | reluctantly by hie itgols
masses fully appreciate the sentiment | lain} W. I. Keay (Diego Martin), W J his salatly mother willga down to pos | throughout was remarkable. In point | by Buck waa rendered by the chow fof many breeds of these (as also of | on whose long and giteiey
, that there's ame to rejéice and a} Vi. Kpringer 1 (Tacarigua) G, HL f terity with the name of * Victoria, the | of general exeeution it vould hardly be | with BymphOnrous harmony aod | cattle) may be traced to hie influence. | stands the vad Soa age q
sre to mourn, Owing toepace hut, | Burnett and W, E Smith (Cathedral), | Good, " ed ‘will be assuredly be known { surpassed and waa high testiniony of | beautiful etfect. lie was perhaps the principal borse={‘a (ust war aod a nessmmy @
adinisston to the Cathedral was Ly | H. Barcett (St. Joseph, A Eastgate fin the pages of history as “ Edevard,’| the eMiciency of the Cathedral Choir. one can never doubt: pub ie
ticket, despite which however, the] M.A. (All Saints) C. Us. Ragbie (Supt. [the Peacemaker.” We have lost af{ Tho Soloists were Misses Kva Driggs lain that the ‘aystpell
nacced edifice was densely thronged— | Kast Indian Mission), IL A, Melville, } good and great king andat a time. | (Soprano) and Ada{l’olo (Contralto); the Lue ribbon of the turf was a Puro practically were .
the congregation Including several | Hural Dean, (St. Margarets, Belmont) } too, when he could {Ube spared. We | Messrs A. Walke (Tevor) and L. Inniss matter of satisfactlun to hie subject The Kink mate pac, 7
promoent members of the Catholic |] G. F. Bourne, (Tacacigas Orphanage aie =now arrived at a very] (Hass), and thelr balancing was per | turbed aod shortened by Pouitical who could each, as it were, bse % was won, the I ond a
community andclergyof otherdenomr | Uanon A. Hombersiey, M.A. (All beritical period in the history of the | fect. ae Miss Driggs no little praise is | worries: yet one must feel that his | share in hie King’s victories. There is | ment wilch wé
nations, His Excellency thé Governor, | Saints) and the Venerable AL. | nation, and are fare to face witha|due fdr her waguificeot rendering | physiclana have octed wisely In ad-| no needto clalm for our King that countrymen secured the tw &
Sir George Ruthvea Lo Hunte, | Smith, V.G. The clergy having | threatened constitutional crisis. Great | which was generally commented upon; | mutting the generat budy of hiv mourn [he was actuated only by public pacification had acrived, Yo be
motives, He simply followed his | many cried out aginst pam, tv
natural tastes which were those ofan | many denounced terms gre 2

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Use Honour Me, Jaatice Russell said;
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K.OM.G., attended in full Windeor
uniform and occupied the stall of
nt, Cuthbert on the Canfors side.
On hie immediate left gat His dtonour
Mr. A, Van Lach Suitth Chief Justice
apparelled in his ecaclet robes and full-
bottomed wig, and occupying St
. Aldan’s stall, whilst next in onler
sat the Ion. & W. Koagas oO Md
Colonial Secretary, atlired in Windsor
uniform, thee Hononrs Justices Jt, A,
Hwan, First Pusine Judge and A, D.
Thuseeil LLB, becont Pusine Judge
{in acarlet robes) and Mr, T. A, Thomyp~
eon, Registrar of the Mupreme Court
and Marshal of the colony. io wig and
black yownm, On Decant side of
thechancel wasthe Hon. Lieut, Colonel
George Douglas Sealn, Inepector
General of Constabulary and Com-
aandant of the Local Forces, occupy:
ing the Decanus Stall, whilst on bis
right and inthe order named, there
pat Captain W oH. SM. Acton,
KF. Aabtail Oficer oecupying the
stall of bt. Patricks, Lt. Colonel It,
8 Manhall Dept, Biafoe General

taken their places in the’ Sacra: | hopes were entertained that the King | in fact very much fs expected of her in | Ing subjects to the knowledge of a
rium, aod the chorvsters their places { by hi: powerful personality and tact | thefutuce, Accompanied by Organonly, | solicitude for their welfare which can
in the choir; the opening strains of | ful lotlueuce would be able to calin the { Rey. Holt produ ed sume lovely regiv- | Not but farther endear his memory
that well known Hyqin Ro eh A and rentending patties and Lorow ou on tercon binations on bis tostrnnent and Ie latibly recurs to the tilnd Pitt's,
My Rock of Ages" Toy tidy) wae lt the trou waters, These hopes are | the anperb rendering of thia famous | ** uotry. how | leave mry coun- J dou! For ancl 5
piszed by Daid an rgan and }now atan enti And yet. God's [ Anthem was, we have no hesitation in | tr fe Nor is there aught of anti- saan was the 4 hatohusan ot hve ouly.jts respect ape n
ervently Iaken up by the eholr and [thoughts are not our “thoughts, | asying, 9 triumph for Holy Trinity | climax, of loss of intensity and genuine | day, Yet nobody would say he was | would otherwise have
congregation and sung with soul-[ neither are Mis ways our ways. { athedral Choir and its talented Or. | significance jo the utterance of the] a typical Englishman in certaia re seemly outcry, £
stirriog effect. The Kev If. A. Mel] Who = knows tut’ that this | ganist - Cholrmaster The Anthem | dying monarch:—"All is over, []epects, Of the {nsutarity, of the} vellous treaty with Pe
ville, Rural’ Dean, and Vicar of St. | may be the hand of Peovidence. Who | over, after a pause, the Vicar General [think I have dune my duty.” The} coldoess, of the contemph for lous in the inmediagons
Margaret's, Belmont, gead the Lesson | knows but that the King’s death may | intoned: ‘Let us Pray.” and then | country for which the Great Commoner foreigners with which certain of our rmanént nature of Mr
for the occasion, Miken froin the | accomplish what bis life could not, and | after recited the following prayer: trembled, whose posture, struggling countrymen are eupposed to be] followed so scon
Fifteenth Chapter of St. Vaul’s Tirst [2 prove ta be really a blessing in die» Grant O Lord unto the soul of thy | for very existence with foreiga foes, | chargeable, he had atuolutely none, } tance of our good
Epistle~ to the Corinthians, verge | guisg. May it not be that the great Servant King Ldward eternal reat; | he so deplored, appears before us at | Speaking perfectly several languages, nothing of thee
thicty-Hfth to end. This’ over. the | sorrow which has come to the naticn aod make“Thy perpetual ight to | the commencement of Lbisnew century | a wide traveller, conversant with the right qe colt: and
Authen: ” Crowing the Uar ' (Lenny, [ will (a itglt tend lo hush the strife of athine upon him through Jesus | asvere country no more, but rather | ways of both western and eastern coun he bibiter dari the se
son) was tendered by the choir with [ tongues Way the bitterness of feeling, the centre of @ confederation of coun: | tries, be was & cosmopolitan in the outery with w oe we
¢
wo

Hagtish gentleman. That he was | the ioers! Only the
Poglats to the core none ever | country bad in ths

Christ our Fort —
Organ accompaniment. The majestic | give time for calm and sober thought, | to which a profiund “Amen * wasres | tries scattered throughout the world, | best seneeof the term, and if in tl ly mesailed ancébet
and struggling for the moment, oot | those charges of insularity and so forth pee
it

musical setting of this plece is by Rev. [and so perhaps Litng about a truce be- nded = Then followed the Collect for
with external dangers, but with civil f cease to be chergeable against us, Vninge, uses TT salto

EB ay Holt the Cptbedral Organts tween the twa political parties For 0 All Satnis par Hock of Common Drotls med feet 0

2d is lo! suited oe words “of [such a joyful result tet ua al! hope an rayer}, (2) ercifu ete .(From | brous a factious animosities such :

the great ‘ao vr” It was rendered Ppray Today as we stand so to } Bucial arvice), (3) the following have 60 often proved the undoing ot indeed een, ey feet’ mney, Iput fe che somnponure te
states. whde heon whou the burden | attributed to a very great extent to nour te all and trout 5

iano manoer that would Lave beon [speak over the grave of the King let | special Prayer fur the Queen Dowager

creditable toa more famed Cathedral fue Just form moment ga back in | end Royal F a Ber and responsibility rests is no longer | the reputation and theexample of our | not read, not merely

the minister, but lhe monarch blinsejf, genial sovereign, Hls personal charm, | on c the Art

of Constabulary, Major G. Bruce | proceeded tu tha Faldstool whero he [hie end was approaching he is repo: ° br . ‘ r lay nobly a ing path Se
‘Austin ‘Tle tome Robert dobre P d pp § report- | “that are burdened, we humbly com. | of the whole world have been tur foreign rulers,—these were displayed a Teer ee won
elon xb. Commanding Onleer TEL. Hau mR Re kT ae: va *

y. Oaptain ©. Arkwrigh Sf with feeling e openin reof } words he gives the eceret of hile life, he Royal Pami 1 .
ty tn! Bieedlenc the Governor. aud 8 5 the Royal Family whom Thou haat | gulde aud director of hiauu: wv Could [ Huence in international relations, and with the ever

Inspector .G, If, May of the Con-
stabulary, Hou. A.D.C., and acting
Huperiniendent of the Port-of-Spaln
Fie Brigade, Special seats were
alw provided for other Voluu-
teer and Constabulary officers who
fnsluded Lt. Colonel UL Collens,
V.D., (lnapector of bebools), Majer
A. Laubie, V.D, Surgeon Major
JW. Pakin V.D, Cap jo J. Ow
Vieira V.D.. Captstu U. W. Nor

‘armily -—

than dstnity i and it waa, therefore thought to ule tleathe! “ Truly his’ rae ost Mereifu God and IIeavenly
not suprising tba moved man last mnomente were tting the great Father, who art the comfort of thea te whom in the great corstitiona’
teara Cunon A donbersley then King that he waa, When lie saw that | (sorrowful, and the supportof those | emergency which has aiceun, the eyes dean ey ond inelinctive tact in
chanted a shortengl form of the [ad to have said “ Well, ‘tee all over: J meud to Thy Fatherly gnodnesa the | more and moreasfinalarintc: bet on
Hitaus, the congregation responding } thind 2 Aave done my duty.” In those Queen Dowager Aleneedea and all | Warrlog parties, and supreme head, rage Of Walon ba ae alee, AS who forevecs tifteres s
Hymn No, 103 (A, and Ni “0 God [the clue to his greatness, Duty was
oue help in ages past’ was then play- | the woldex thread which ran through
ed by Band aod Organ and was eplrit- | his kingly fe Duty tobly God Duty
edly sung by the evtira assemblage. [ to hig Prone. Aud with his dylng
While the last verve wae Lolng oun breath he appeals to us tosay whether
the Veneratile Archdeacon South | he hasdone thet duty. What the aa-
slowly walked down from his place | swer fron the millions of his subjects
and took bie pesition io the pulpit J throughdut this inigbty Mapire will
where he delivered the following | be, therpAcan be no povsible doubt.
eloquent “He hae dane bla duty and be bis
PANBUYRE done it well.” He has died as he
. . alwayeâ„¢lebed odie, working to the
tuan VLD, Captain M, Ferreira VD. On February 2nd 100, we were | very last for bis country’s youd, As
Léout. K.P. Pashley, Lieut. J. Mo [ gathered herein thie Cathedsal with | wo lay bla body in the ground to day
Incoy, Lieut. KM. Regge, Lieut. F. p Just, auch a congregation as this, tof we do so in the contivent hope that
Ww. Uvodwia, Capt. @ Pasea, Bub. | ourn the fons, and show rvapect to the f the rewant of all true falthful workers

memory, of our beloved Queen, J will be hig; and that at that great
It HNgceagin (adjwauty, Bob, In-| Victoria the Gand. ‘Today, we are Jtesurrectlon Day be will bear from
pyector Warner, Lieut. B. Hancock, { hero again, after little more than nine f the King of Kings and Lord of Locds Here followed a prayer for King
Lieut George Apostal V.F.B, aod | ebort years, to mourn deeply the} those eucparaging words * Well dove | Gourge, and
Tdeut. & Daly, V.FA. Sublnspector ierepsrabie Jona, not only to this | good and faithful servant, enter thou THE BENEDIUTION,
Kavanaugh, Garlevn Sergt.-Sajor | Pmpire, but to the worldas large, of [ into the joy of thy Loni" * .

Beethoven's Grand Foneral March

Hainmond (Warrant Ofticer), Hergeant | bes iustrions son and successor, King Father ia thy gracious heaping
was then played by ‘the Constabula earned the love of his subjecta, In the THE COHONATION OATH.

Justrnetors, Daweoo, 1 J. tink and | Kdward VII, Coming to the throne, 9 we DOW tby b-rvant sleeping
Juckett. & guant of houour of 110] as hedld, va late tn Ife at the age of Band sod Orgag (all standing). Theel | gli: n
rank apd fie of the TLLY. wast 60, 16 waanotto be expected that hie] But while we mouro deeply the Joss featwwas decidedly laspiring, and though Faerat Bete noe the ae na e ile in tbls conection that I will
drawn up at the Cathedral," lils | relga would belong iespeslally when, fof our iste beloved king, let usnot | there were not a few who would hays | otill todo bls duty and, leyiog doce | ake® slonle remark as to Hite Ma. as
Excellency the Governor acd party { 08 the eveof ble Oorvnation, he wae ffurget the widowed Queen. In the preferred the grand old and familiar | in the end the burden of royalt wilh Jesty's religious character, ‘Lhat he ourp} can look torwied Sf
compristog Ly-Colonel Swain, the | stricken down with severe iiloees, Hut | tuuchiag measage she hav sent to the |‘ Maich {o Haul,” we confess wo are | relief, with realgnation inte the hands | Leryn glbcere and devout Christian la | Sontident eyes to bet ;
Hon, Colonial Hecretary, Captaln | when, after the dangerous operation P nation sheshews how eryshing her | netamongthenumber The first verse of Gude Loping,—bop.og and b able eyond Question; equally unoques- | store for iis creatures!
Arkwright, A D.C, and Usptaln May, which followed, be was seen to rally eg | Lereaveuent js—" From the depth of | of the Natlonal Anthem “God Saye belmving that he has qo what t Honalle wae his genuine adberene to HLEA@ KING ae) t
A.D.0,,drovg from Government House, | Figerously and to regein ble wonted [uy poor broken heart T wish wex | the King.” waenest sung.—but not ay] was given bluy to do, that be hae done | reg Princlole of Protestantiaun, Yet] May His bleasing be oe
Ht Anne” under @ mounted Oyn- | health, great hopes were entertained | preva to the whole nation, and our { effective asthe other music. Follow hig a , in thie we Lave the one @ antiquated formulas of the Coro feoa, our beloved iow es
stabulary escort in command of Hub. | that ble reign would be a faily long | awn kind people we tive so well, my Jing a brief pause, the Mecvesioaal, } to bla whole life, @ life of duty ‘done, Hatloa Oath, inpagaing with obsolete | as ‘it was upon wed
Inspector Carr. An escort of 2) men f On6. God has willed lt otherwise! Thefdeep fale thanke for all their | Jlymn No 3a(A & ML): “Ten thou. | of responslUlitles manfull bee, one, Paccimony the doctrines of the great Edward the Peacemshat
of tho Constabulary attended Their | blaw has come suddenly when we least ftouchiug sympathy in wy over. | sand tines tea Lboseand” wae thea | selfdevotion to the publie welfare] Mother church of Christendom, [hie grandmother of Mas
HHonoure the Jud, es, the Hon, Hos, Pezpected it! Anxiety Was aroused whelaining sorrow acd unspeakable | 6uug With the epirit whieh the hcneful KING KOWARDS LIFE, are shaked, we know, not 20 muehb ‘Sule | glorious memory. = hue bie
Aucher Warner K.C, IMA. actlog waben It was known that the King was |angulsbh." For 47 years Uf marcia) | And assuring theme of the hysnade- | Turn Cur a teuent frou these di conscance,—that is not the word to | fous, happy and giorinet.
Attomey-Ueneval aud. Chancellor of Hwhile on bie visit to Miaratts, but | fife she has been alorisg Consort, a | mended, tbe Organ and Hand acoom | tresein tvilectlons : forges ‘the wr * | Use —but bls whole nature and instincts were ble two Lluytriow’
tbe Dloceoa te ton, 1 Ac WEAF | inauoeed thas ter bal Ttunted’ts [NAGE eae ae acatuers of |/Penzing WhUW Ht was Leloug wun | oP the dying Ting. and blak ‘of tne | Neataigheet dot, Urea soluded, | wite victor wore NS
KG, actlag e-General, Sir. J. nant), aud queenly, ioasaw 8' ree © from th . y
A Thowupeou, tteglsirar of the Supreme .Angland apparently ia quad fealth, Fook aug Wwtore she | because happy pile ete wat a very | paswions of old political and religinuy |e een ine at
Quugt. Mr. Be ta clltte Starke, penuby Sure at ure alle et yi vincess of Wales when she was yet a ia in whatever Iie slal fre kind Warfares, and anxious to retain from good, the glory of 6 @
tetrar. 8D rn . MT, . " :

Heeety Alarshal, from the Hed house | Hb May. we learnt by leloyeau that he ut, ef kee

waa seriousty i); apd un Salurds

been pleased to visit at thistime with | there Le a greater Ltestimouial to th:

a leary aftiction. grant uuto thoin | odaracter of any monarch than this, won fpepence oF Pence fea eS

Peace and 1 coueolation fa thelr hour that all looked to bine y witb pectect §be won thoes of hie own wubjectes
ence eo

theft Honeavities, poem sgeord ing to ¥ loo! to hiny as J without effort, without artifice, in fiv-

eoumunication and
heusion, the multplio
Interests and hater .
King, they looked to bilm as a frien gtowth of commerce
beneath why chartening rod, and th | -the friend of every aubjects ey me San caeereea erg thet ot galighten iene wore >
believe that Thou doent all things Jeuch be had shown Alimself upon a modern gentleman Hite moder, ty Uo voperded « coal
Well: Remember them O Lordin Thy | thousahd occasions, ever the first tal was a leadlog trait jo bie character. a mote, Yobs Wey
merey ; panctify, we besovch Thee, | send the consoling word In grief and 4 Up to the last yeare of his life he re- hodoubel Th sword be
thiatby Fatherly correction tothe, | diuaster, the first to encourage what. ¢ tusined abreast of hla age, and mh te bes 4 to
camfort them with the sense of Thy | ever Was manly and noble, the last of vaijous respects ahead of it T never Ht ‘ty i ber
Rocdness, mive them patience under | Whona aught of anfairnees or harsh: § fieard of anything antiquated or oute Me Tt stall me
their sufferings, and a bans ivsua | bess of indifference was to be expected! § of-date about Ele Majest tintese that Ff. ete of {a
but of ail Leip aniictlonss hee and and for bis wisdom, ble knowledge of [ Just the other day { nctloeld fn some ee hat es a
fur them and for us, ‘sire, Lis profound cormonsense, raly,
she ly Leg ig the Nave and | balance ofanthd and judgwent to know that the had Blatement to the effect result might be oe ae
ie jat on of Jesus Christ our most | What wae fittest. to done, most | weiter to be used Jn hia office: T thhak in dol ait ich bis
ard and Saviour. Amen: | censtitutional, safest, wieest and Lest {lt has since Leen contradicted; but | qn Died bim to do te i
ip any rie elrcumetanoes arising or taking it aa a fact. the retentl on of future nearer, dose b®
also our twloved cengaarel, was all | tara. ae,&, Tatler of politeness | betore us oe et
Uhat a monarch gould be to bla people. | once ae “ rep nt Bt | Agure In 7%
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A cure for fever amd A gue~Distur-
Lance of the stomach aud Liver always

thew only what was naeesary for the
tacks of fever and agua, :

4
festion Reromupless wir, {be | welfare of his people’ asain Caterp ot forge tite

trlin Seumark, abe was well kuowd
f eae ‘The general elogind of

or ber kind aad sympa nature,





tbe Osthealral, Lnspector Wilwn and ever since she bee teen Queen wi (be ouusti tall . 5
rontraited the tram Dloug-the ap jueralng came eee ting vows tbat she bas identified beceolf with u every ~ - ievetiow digvatfre of ody ard mi Tie aeeegguaeeh eh lee of any af ie wa ue ceded the us help i
pontrulle . sek & there allineute spi Jutopentss thee p was av anachronisus, the | Prayer fed by Het
Lasenl amouuget Use large ath- la this lrveepestive ff cred | relief uf the sick aud suferiog, And bes Late Wille have heea | of which ™ tbe iu] King was aman of his ti tt Y ed, and “e ;
wring BV and the Donel e ot i ot tert ibe ‘ ee oom 4 wie sul tee “2 Ta satnran et fever and subduin HH abauog the ¥, wy Our King ras bora us nu eres sietan ul n= ih was twa tion wes pronounced,
toe LY at tupiccl Gee HEIL fon all ohdee ¢ prupatby that she weasuivd to ubhers any who aie’ osu’ | for bla tuoscupy. bate eeeee, King was, by bie verytoatere, eosthe ar ne eterna od
t

da; There ate any w are sub
be measured to ber again. jot to theve a Usturbagces
Today tha British Nation out of the | and to thease thive in Hid bev ir prepa:

delustel ite beart yuesves with ber in" reuve procureble gs means ul tulied, siaye have

“ Gere Reowsliy t

t for tie of urbanity, Yai .
cain pags Weare as bs Sadie eek Tiaa its

bare beep
Nihder gourmand of Alajur Agelin, there H it has ieee ras,"s ca well
4 Delog also in atleudauce several jew: " imagine wha i on Bad been la

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porery, Jnsenity caused by iafuenes LEFORE ae onto HOUSE OF
‘Knows nothing of Whisky BIR & LIFE. : at pigny, _ J All ranged theunesivee along and

ALLEYS COMET. before the windows of the House of





The head of Halley's comet passed | Co Kt the Kal within a square of ttoo ‘At
Torpunoy oovran, ua {OEECHENS LMT), etesitosres di cnesteg ite | sea" Soo Rtatine de | Rome of ngranat hey ye
ations, een andr a "
Lvl Ui tl COMPART, lid . tialike but the otber calculations were drove totbe portal vehore the. Kelner silenos the wear ta a
QNGS LiXCOO ove 9 f " a hermissing her attendants opan io jays 0)
passage door of b; i nd aseleted her { march, Similar services wery
NSUR ANOES ¢ flected t FINE ASSORTMENT OF ee to alight. “kiqiog fee cheek aod Countless other cities of the Boeniton
I e againa| . ; pass: ill hands, King George then gacorte! her [and inthe United States,
loss or damago by Fire on g lv r 4 d klectro Plate © Duke of
Buildings and contents of Ware | SIVEL All LUG | cast, the comet's tall “being Ina ua: | Connaight ‘followiog. "The
. | houses, Offices, Shop, and Store srior of A etionomers Some think prayers whilie the cofin was Tanored Wi
Promises. and Private Dwollingy at WW AEE: the tail has been lost or deformed, but | reverently toa gun carriage, An alde ft, the’ abloet and the
modorate, prices thera [ls no agreement on the | then led up King Edwanl's char Justices wof the Supreme Court at tend=
FANOY OHINA eu abject, and a gilhe ted hia fox terrier wh cn ed the services.
febrONgo, DELAYS AWARD. hes een inconsolable since the King’s KING” ‘GUO THANKS (THE;
* . advices ¢ a in, ° tf erendr wu Tv
PROMPT AKD (Qui TABLE SETTLE TEA. SETS fonso hes delayed bis award in e rder was pathetically pettiay thea hes King George't in hin message thanks
MENT to enable Veru and and Ecuador to make the procession a exactly at pithe Army. t the avy and the Potica
je oi Wor whic
of Losses — aD — “THE sUUEPIEtys TROCBLES. THE CORTHGE CONTINUES, | ented by the raverent demeascur of
a New York, May 2th. The Tertitoriale led followed by the { the people, Alt’ observers confirm
cents § DINNER SETS Advices from Bluefie state that | Colonals ani, the Foreign representa: | King 's foregolug declaration
the U.S warships * Paducas” and [ tives, forming teach am Teg of uni reacrding he decorum of the milliong
SMITH RROS AND uo ' Epitab’e for Weddi y Dubuque’ have waded 222 blue jac, forme ~ London Rever "Bef fore saw, of spectatora who srainus than the
ibs te merican interests INADS SE supermen 0! pec }@ more roervel,
cme mromammm, | Prowsin, |_| suey tho tenon poten | pens Gulf nd a ergeut nary Beat ov conosa-
e rire e enw ormst lemeanour o! on!
Pavers Fordusiness Men Oaly better ang atheros | tepeutnate outaeah Ne | auathds eotaeeat tbe
2 the rules and an appea’ ow. was marvellous, a miracutous * hush” is repo e ng
ad ° > "Tis anticipated oa behalf of Senor | rang alon receding | the bead of the olay i Coronstion to take place in
Madriz: column me hee detest fostead of tacJune heat year
— at O more worry over the questios of THE * VENUS* BLOCKADE. e and perbape there ls political or! in of
- At , ved ington, May Qutb. the reporte which ted wi
Hambore-American Line Neve sais Sel! ute Berea Seraate Le eee diet sate
- het 0 irregular’ ed Me Burns for
am nrg merican I shower: poe teenie trom WS upwards, the Venues” blockade Justi her f not ft causing. Kla, Kdwarn's Milnes
uP, " & besides {ovestog mocay lo mortgage | non recognition and that the breach of Windeor at 12: Princess cla told the
Hin cod + Vira oll wel tied | Ke tat tee proses alts ssp | Pile Eleraon, “Renae Batra: aoe spuay rum aux | Rar ied He, Saat sets
al ‘.
Pasvenger boats, with Doctor sod / reach of tke cil propicties tovall trang | tise has sailed from New Orleene on t y-Ave sallore 1B V.
*Btewerdess on borrd, bare been pat op action will yeep . so advantage of molerate the sthe, Ve ” Utsteln” and will en: n lage in the same THE enua INCIDENT,
i$ the Lerest oo impaceat ftens to | gagethe ‘enus, tort
iit SS emma "OMRON gram (easter eat | de sees a
First class passage to Havre (t0}t0 16] Apyly te poe OCF ne thOTS | ad in the Parks, The * Ve:
sys) £9 __ ~~ LATEST TELEGRAMS mortal servion” 4 frequently anon Tuesday, reentorcementsfor the assal aad
— AABN: § § “Westerwald” Sie apa morolog | FyIE ROYAL REMAINS IN THE eeapeles tere
‘ WWJ. & Panama Telegraph Company | GROWN OF GRANADA*IN NEW | the Archbleteie sp Canterbury and other three miles
Trinidad "Shipping & Trading Co,, Ltd , “que KAISER IN LONDUN, ORK. yan Arbblebore, of Canterbury 4nd | away, ibe Medvialtes declare that the
ee SS Lond New York, May 10th. | Anthem King George left bie mother's | Aâ„¢ericaps are responsible for the
Ri IRELY, oe t fo at peoeenses ; toa” of Graneda® arrived here olde and pleced aemall loyal Btendard rongletlie ond be signal
it asnenger igh: the ich ti
INIDAD LINE OF STEAMERS fade aos’ tor wil vheare bi or for the“ Hobeasoileen,*'s arriving La bone DUTERARA MERCHANT DEAD. [sre : site ay "sit vcs S| oe Neue HAUS Watt
Trinidad d 6 ts transferred hark a
sad p carrying Throagh Freight for, Tobago and Cade Bolivar He hath to ih visit, He wes yroetod by a larger The Mon, A.D. >. P. Mackey of Mestre Memorial Chapel when it bas been | ton bas Aled a protess with th the stake
uiNG DATES, 1910, Siviwnne otable persons yy | Booker ro. we prepared for its reception, ante when be saya broke ine
PROPOSED Sat "Leare} sti arrive S be mourl died a etnies FUNEIA LTH TOUCHING AND QNERECE- heutrality ‘lawe aad te
MON ar York, fitsliat, ie aed “Tine cue, | PAUL H soneeneRaco |i iooras ROYAL PAGEANT | [| DENSHPnositat hariog saled es
{ FA BANADA’ Mob, HO-3Ke - 10 ane 4 ~ Agents. HKaler kissed On,
Mets mat oe is 2 “Apel Wt prone Ith. The tolling of every bell In London

= Abal We Taapdl a7 ‘Ss May 6 Y | and the firing of minute guns through | gandard for everything admirable
oe or GRANADA" Arh sls May, 3 = AMeY 3 = Mal oe out the United Kingdom at: bout 9 | and wonderful b way, of of vs oveniog
en:

- ~ ‘ May" 18 May 21. lay 1 lock tyeaterdsy snorniog signified
. ay jos Mey wv ABave it on? Jase x od in ‘wfters: Sea carting of ths Hoyal cortege from only untaward srenta ware were
wor F808 67 sg ODO “ hea SH] f ' the inile Buckingham Pa alace for Westualnoter, | tion of hundreds througit
i] , has:
Fa







ow June 8 oa ane = Jape Mu d H Hallwhere ibe civilien di fBem, Toure and bad overexcitement, 90
gathering Og proutal
beth tbe wresth thes re took thelr place. Naw Yoag May 2st. =
fee shresBaanoes ‘all at land or:Seomate oth wy. tor of those Saorws Sale ined brite route, one tallica as- | pati’ tpob, and during {he services at 7 ake
: ANY, LIMITED Would drawl the stteation o ther, tenting in Hyde Park alone, A sin- | became unconscious through heart Flour 3 ater 4 Cicere for Weet
AD SHIPPING AND TRADING QOMPA ‘ [eee BOOTS or SHOES that both clasped both gle com f Guards secorted the | disease and bad to be carried put ae
Heoviway, jew York 203 Poo of tous, Trielded, BWI eyfbare jast received cavaicade of Kings to Westniloster | sisted by Mr. Burne Sle subsequently dest. ielnd ded Der ares
: SCRNES IN WESTMINSTER HALL, | Stall and in the same order they left ity recovered under treatauent. New Season’ e sore a
Wednesday's scenes ln Weetninster | Genoral Sit lan {emllton hi hid TO AID THE SUFFERERS Hea: Same
A LARCE SAMPLE SHIPMERT Hall were repeated yesterday the only | recort, Kin; eons worpe s eld ‘Jarinica, Zeb au
linitto the crowds talaga physical | Siorstal'e usflorm and om The Leglalative Gout tity |Bueer Sree cay Ri
‘ s —or = one The lines were ref ass00n | looked more impressive thas o: bore taal The of pl ° mtn ‘Ucata
" a the do doors were flowed and never | day in his oimple Adnilrars salforin, New an ear au veka rom the Toland M
i such a line re | whery he was alice} unrecoguised, EMOMAL. SERVICES AT
Wil ATS THAT ? ental 00 cant aul the dest, thee On ble egbh peunted ca white DALIDE
7 took their arger, wae aleor, rs 1
* feria number 2 who $e tans on yi los, Slat,



Peron pita Yestardsy memorial services were
a the ay mei
4 . It MEN and WOMEN, BOYS, ti on held at all the churches throug!
® GENUINE DEMERARA FOR MEN end WOMEN, b Bi 'n ailte tats | Bote of Conpnud lady | ac i
‘ ‘or ber tulon th J ceremony wee of a most Jim Ive,
‘ e * .
White Old Ruma) wrerseu: 2 tir ie eels | RCE ano cpu mince
= Lon a: a
. Amer ican Samples fora nights tagel ‘tio Ribas oi a At luncheon yesterday Queen Maud Museo:
11 GENUINE STUEF Tibhaaeraara naretany |e Nora | woe tee must uf hosoor at Kive | Ficeling terms tn Toad.
‘ O'FAKEIJI£IS T ' ager
Bi NO{FARE, 1] : i ARR MADE BY THE MOST cme shuegrofel Ps nas aay Aleta: seat ea Me ass fo ome Pee ex Enh in :
¢
Milled from Pore Gane Juice and Kolasees.) rsperienced Workmen | Fee te ete [es Ae irae tate ai wa | sucnesrar fe canal a
Bs oahing bar teas, you thas fred ease 7) ys gp at tah he |e, neta ae | natn thr Tab ene | Re estate One Baie | eats Se cosa, vn
Take the tip, a): per bottle, Ob é only at ly, consequently they have vieaad iM, Vicbo a tepreeaiiog i woluding Tenltac, the | King Edward's 1 Oonipany coloure of the one! Ited irene ae gees
q RUDE yo hve ieetion in gusrantecing — | United States and France reer fea. oe a me | ote dat nace Chun ee tar Leen | Races a ant a
a aS. x. ' : s d F t the Duke royal persone ad Privona & | ir, fearri than can be catalo a, wore beld ond Hank fount A
Bhi i een and Charlotte Streets. Sever store bas there been ut orders ewe! fo all ca
! ning Son Establishment Corner Qu The Wear an ' such galt ta Bugland sod ties, | ofthe colou patios gad st ee Aur tbele tage aed panes pr onnt Basten ~
THE E,” Marino Square: (ON ZACH FAIR, Queen Victor rare a ied ieee Bude pe Heid ood Me Lal the Gereuen warships saluted: ia Facts
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those great powers. whic
made lm respected and honbured af

eo ® a7? { OUR TELE APHIC KEWS,
1 om -_—_ eed —
Iteacvot 6 died that We have recelved the following letter | TRANQUISLITY SQUARE TENNIS . a
Fite Bows fo en obs it oo fee nt from the mother of the youte mio CLUB, (S-ntinued tro be meden tour?” the’ Continent
had any serkita ¢ ane for complaiat | Joseph Nampton, who is said to bare y — , Veondinue m Page 2) of Europe, The Sontineat ‘was still
; saslast the cable company for the de. | died of plague at the Uolonial Hoepitel } PRESENTATION OF MOVANZA CUP TO anes finder the effects of thas creat wave
, tatlod reports of events and doings io | last Monday, We much regret thet MREDG OF THE TOCANAMEST. {shen peated forth Ia {ts meliittacue f 8 Apatophoble-whith awept over is
. On a connection with the deith of { error into which we fell ia stating that}, Mohday Mar Pe, the ‘Tran. | tones Handel's “ Dead Merch fo Badd" BariRe the Door Waar shone {ter
iu

the late Boversign. Hat equal, the faterment took place at He J. ;
i \. ly trae Is aterment took place aces nt
it that, with the siogte exception of the { 20d Foadily wake the correction asked ) gUillity ieee rt of the elab | beadein respectful honour and alent auch tore gurls tous for s setae aid

® very ial message sent trom the Presl-} for. The fetter however discloses come i
- " , 6nd the friends aod bers of the | loyalty to the dear memory of
. dent of the United Stater, webare been | O¢wand ‘mpostant facte la (be matter } clubethattook partia the Tronte Toure | good Jad trove, of a King, fhe cer y ae ee ork be
(} lll f OP B reated tos alogular barrennoes of news | 804 we fully agros with the writer that | nament for the Bo pM eee Say ree terionk Ih undertook it
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THE CASE OF PLAGUE ~~” AT HOME. HN MEMORIAM — DWAD { Pe took full reepoouibility Be rovealed













“At! while the assembly stood with bowed



Pe
se to the doings and actions her | it is very aurprisiog conduct ot tha| J 1. Smith has kindly coveentedte| AT HANOVER WESLEYAN
foreiga states acd countries, hee part of all concerned. If this Is not ig. | mate the presentation ta the winners CHAPEL pani One ter neh we
bees remarked more than ovce here,} B2rance oa the part ¢{ someone as to | viss—The representatives of Seigert's} A larze namber of persons attended thateame brilliant tour, Ite rvaulte
there has beea absotately no reference | the ryeptome of plegue, it mast bea | Court, The function atartaat dpm, the Memorial Service held at the! to acceded the moct sanguine ex-






to any tribute from the lic | cave of wilfal suppression Of facts, we | When Meas, R, P, McKensis, J, O , Hanover Wesleyan Chapel. On the tatl ‘thas ib net t the
° nee; and wera IF oot Fepablie loarve the sathoritles to choose which, | Weir, A. Pereira aod J. Mathison will tad Gone Reva. Maund, Havelock | Tihe right ta vugh hile rcigne inthe
extract which we were enabled to tepro. | Atd in either cane there hae been cor play an exhibition fe sin show tha | with theresa! ott jee commenced | most parlous times of thea latter
doce from @ contemporary last week, | the part of eomeone an almost crjminel e followiog table will & oNblch | the Burie Tome. ts Grek portion of re, when ourrelations with certeia
the public of thiscolony would be in total | Segloct of dae precaations for the, safety Fr oe ee the eee Lets | enmarere ton tate ner Mound the igo Powers have been serlouly
ignorance of the expreasion of . ofthe public, by thecareless dlnemi: | oes on Cont’ ae ecally Bee | Atlee th Pe ne heen. ing) | strained, bls masterly hand has brought

thy what acy sym of Beigert’e Court are easily first, er that was sung the hyma *O us safely through, No ona had a
pathy whatever from the country Bnd } ostion of the plague germs into a thick. | Messre, MoKensle and Weir won 4i | Uo our help In Ages past” ete. which | wider or more tninute knowledge of
People for whom our late King had such iy popalated street of the city. Ta our | sete out of (2, belng beaten in one set | was followed by a prayer led by Rev. | Russ a afters than he, whie his
soem sod moja their tara felt °F Bion, Ihe case la ore of the tavet mon: Mevere. Low an j Littlepage, Mesere, Havelock, An anthem with ory, te familarity with the langus cus-

8 frien strous t a and Pereira won 38 peta ou jate words was next reo

Ove passing bitol uowp'ta the effect ines | more appeal torihe Glotoranr ta dirsr'd | oftdweie: Tha Guecn's Fark Cricket | A quariciie of they chats eee tee Lome end national traits of all the
the death ofthe King bad bees marked | thorough and searching investightice of | Clubare second with OOsets won out of | moniam accompaniment. The 15th Finale value tohim in'bie diplomatic
dose, (by ret etre ‘iy ofthe rina gootreepabic iaverig |B Mure tonya lulpewyclonag | Suaer of or, egloniog rom tne feo We Sly have miele ead
of theta oational ‘agro the atest | blecod, where Hl wil Lnowe ehatig ahd | 804 ABrowemnth 13 out of (2 Ene dead.> waa road by ter, Gornion | {unr admired, the way fa nck he
Cara acd public buildioge; but we are | *94 done, and where all conceraed will our life and od of oug Balvatlon® ore | Bed the portfolio of the Foreign Olice,
totally unaware of anything farther | standa fae public chance of proving the |. was sung. 4 dealt wit at and diftealt questions
from that country ; and from our other | truth, THE ADDRKa@, fo thick thar bad it Go} besa fur the






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eat ally oo near bome, the Frenc! ot & ‘3 , :

He cpablicy we hear of nothlog at all wee To the Editor y ihe Fortof- Spain g 4 E 3 ry y Peatl Maund then d elivered the fol King, ere a Hormel tant nang
e chance medium of a news 3 presal ° | the horas
paperexchange. It is not the fnt tine Sur—Lo your yesterday's | f notled 3 5 & = wrehare epthered toge' er here to-day bee blood eee oe Frama that ter
that complaint has been justified ss to an article heated Pf Tooker cane et . reapectata our late Borer o Lard riblescaiaintty we have been saved,
the carefal ond apparently deliberate | Piegue” ta which It atwtede That th 2 ; Klug Edward the Seventh? For the | oad We owe it to bim-whe, to dav is
exclusion of all Fronchs cews from our | young maa Jeseph Sampwon who diel at O,Wier . Seigerts j space of nine years was be, by the | iid to rest in the tomb of bis fathers,
4 daily balletiog, aave such items as are of | the Coloaial Hospival on Monday last was Ca grace of God, permitted to reign ovec | 1¢ may be oaid without ex yen cation
7 little or no interest tothe community at | barhd in the Piegue Hesarve ab Bt. Janes RY. MeKenzie a us, Yeare that bave boeh atnonget | 4b Britain's present frieniy, tela-
a large and grea thea, what is given ia | Thle {s ovt 10, nod your informant was | 4° Afathison ® 85 76 91,3 | tho most anxious of recent history. If | tons with France, Japan and Russ
F -» f presented in auch an extraordinarily { wrongly Informed, . RA. Low ‘Quean's Park ** | atany time one realises the vastness ahtet 2, Jargely due to the gracious,
Dp Al LY FEED FO uolotelligible manner, acd with 0 many | The facts are thoes, and stubbora f.cte & aad the onensye of the realm over | philful and untiring efforts of ur late
, 1 R y UR obvious gaps in its cousecutivenees, ag to | *'¢ dengerous to trifle with, DB. Littlepage ww. wa 87 which the King of England rules, it is the Feet of King Edward's great per.
a 1 OUR creer incite | ara anctt noe | ME Arron SEERA tau en, oe hate | tral ghacecgtibs toc ate

, measio. 6 ptranger isthe fact that ®' the fact that be Is powe:ful, intlue
IMALS 1! ee cp pate afore now, plated ost | Ponceat dhgcuct athe bite: ad | GG aarmond 8 bo one] Meta CN Mat att | Usk Sad taeda tne
Catala Freach pews cabled tbrongh thu Didlead of caine to cali ma’ for tie body it | fis Hatton - Tagarlmna and factions: whatever the diaburbin Hinge err races i100 be daar

——_ nay to Demerara, ia not pablisbed io di . enn elements In _economi ng’s visit to France In e adds
[luteaded to take at over. Meaawhiie s [x N. }artan Club. 16 clements in airmen £24, Fellatous ** Decades of distrust end jealousy and











of opinion on matters of interna al | Warped judgment were suddenly ewal-
pogninion are to-Bay one in an overs lowed ja the flood of good feeling of
whelming eense of loss, ons in the} 100% Engileh loqularity had no inter
punsneasofont sore. dkmay be) Rests cg feAtar tnd tekiek
\Geult, for some of us who have and effective exponent.” “f think I

lived all our lives eo fac away from have done my duty.” But there is

England, who perhaps bave never

more. Not only did be seek in eve
ered econ the King, or who have pousible wey ‘6 maintain peaceral
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Trinidad, We refer to news of the

1 ICN French asteamere vid Martinique and vaisod up scto-dlogiy and tt bony ac T. McCarthy
Guadeloupe. We.are uosble to believe | delivered 10 me with biselothes which be YL. Phith . 7 2 81
that thie ie the resalt of coy directions | wore to heepttatacd which ie now fa my | $7" jr. ‘Gooch Tranquillity

from the local agents of th possession,

itla probably daa to sheer caches | "Loppied for a Certifeate of death, so as WF Feawick OT! 19
either on the part of the compilers of | 9 be able to get the grave 5 thik wae given BR Murray ae an

the bulletins, ov of the clerks by whom } £9 ™é; 1 took ivtothe Town Hell and ob- &






















HE

HAVE JUST REOELVED A FINE ASSORTMENT OF























56 the daily pews is circulated. In any | tlsed.permlesion to openthe grave, I then FM, Syer vee we 9 21 23

“OH! So EASY” case, it jaa matter that abould be wery Fane, Rate Gemelary fed thea to the | je Pasee & lidepital {ina movement cf matters seanertad | Felations with Foreign Powers, but be
Feeareee reseed, TS Gppoel to, the | bar seria at Lol Teiiy Gated | Douay yrith Amperial, polities, to, estimate | Sven squab to foster wa cucu
local agent to etpress to principals } and Re.d. G H Barnett the last rites at the & ” intelligently the Ieee Poettlon and the Editar of the Revicwo uf Reviews

the dissatisfaction, of ihe people of th's | Cemetery.
colony at the omissions to which we Therelore Joarpa Sempeon was buried
bave referred, and to urge apen them | én Lapeyrouse Cemetery aid not at St.
the claims of Trimided to fairer and | James aa stated,
troFe liberal treatment ia the matter of | | Whst is mysterious and wonderfal fe,
the daily news service. that Joseph was adaaltted ta the flcepitel
oa Seluiday aud died on Monday, A
< mortem examination was held and

wer held by our
wrote some striking articles on Ler
fereoiea sae ponte, calumlly | Ns, rCt ata ican in oer
Jota to pay our tribute to the worth of bhove articles be wees ot cd the Pil:
aa been so wuddenly net facoiller than that which describes the
secret of the fire that oonld not be

Dr. Vincent... “6 8 13 128
De. ‘ Reld Clydesdale \
A. Blate ” on ow WZ im who
D. Wood unexpectedly atricken ‘down,

pedigree and early training counts for extinguished—'Then 1 sav in my

A,Jobnston 2 HA ATE imuch was clearly evidenced in th
OG. Green & Casuals y a a tne | dream that the inte reter took Chris
Bete te ee et Ree eee? | tian by the hend, and fed bim lato a



















AFETY RAZORS























With r2 Additional Blades, be remained there wntit Tuseda 2G. DOwen gu ae todey. dle wees wort Rieger
place, was | Leevitt iluatzious Queen, When King dward Place where was a fire buralng a nape

Victoria Institute-

bot until Tharsday that Plague was

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&
N TH ROU @lagoneed, a matter of over 43 bo!
HOUT THE WORLD] tio second term of stasses commences Rev, Fastgate |... »- 0 Ho 1661 It ja not beyond the power of any boy | cating much water upon it ta quench
x. - po morrow S3ed for The Gret lectore on wasander the old mosis star bela. OG Wautfeld | James to exhibit cheerful” submlarica 2 bik cr. O14 So hs Bor lane and
‘ : aupetiors, upseliis lows 4.8
FOR THEIR VALUE AND WORKMANSHIP. raneloe, cpke ation Engine, thelr Edie peat le lett tore bG.Gatl 7 wae 6 wil nquale, Independence and self | tbe beck of the wall, where he saw &
They ate well put up in beautiful Fatin Lined Boxes! delivered on Wednesday 25th Inet at | trerpamed apon wawarrantal’y are uot eo ft? John Leepectawith the strong, kindness and | an with & yeseel © coutlnualiy text
8 po, ed to Le Pe ateorkns Payee O. B. Price a ow. oT BB ee eee reek e feadinoss te {bat necretiy) inte the fire. itiy not
pd
having been thru outot their bumble = to conelliate the differences of others, ctlungane toe . "The fire et ans








MOCNTLEMAN SHODLUY DO WITHOUL ONE.

%, i tad suntaehinge ienthiuiowe a Bue dod that will not be extinguished, is

St Ann’s U F Church, was the spirit Inywhich he was brought | the flame of Imperlal l'atriotiunt
— up, and we may add such was the Downian Street, in vaia endeavours to

‘There will be a Memorie! Service at fapirit in which be lived and acted, | extingu “ if y Pouring a ston y

the above Charch on this Sunday eve- [| especiatly fn the closing years of his sires 1 eehina th e Flaine Wwe! not
ning %2od Inetant !n memory of our | life, when he entered Uren and realle- {it , Por ® lod pee rael Ne ek ber
late King Edward Vil the Rev, Ls Bare fed the vast responsibilities of the od feeds coneeemly 3 olla:
low, will pay a small tribute and there | position he beldas king. There was | *200uragemen tead wrele

will be Special Anthems by the Choir. {a period In bls Ilfethat wa would fain ben of the Succes, eho AS ual

SF. Normlog—H anu « Evening | Poms very Dinter words srere speken ever made for the peace and prosperity
and many men talked glibly abouta jot the Empire, even in ite rvinoter
Fepublic, bub ao was written at the | Pere, ever bad the thoushtful and
lame. | Notes from the Catholle News | time. | Such words are lightly spoken | Eovrgt* ¢ fostered tha Inoperial
golficance t splrit not by ustering braggadocia or

ad

Corus Canssrt,— On next Thursday, | little welgbed wahele plea pestilent Jingofem but by « kindly sen-

. é dove good unselfish work ; and be will
. ‘ be missed b pumber of frtends god & Romance=The Last Good Eye oi
: others, @ faneral takes place st ball 1% Grand Military Tattoo Rogan, f : 4 Ste
* ernani —_ fexst_ of Corpue Christl the usuel pro- fx sible appreciation of the value to the
‘i SO] dll ( mat d ofclock this aft © from the {1} Bong Teeter My cension of the Blessed Sacrament wilt bel, better ad ee tales, Zaliht be Empire of the Domisions beyond the
ne z

home atauch a late hour on Tharsday
evening.

Death. of Mr George Huggins

'e deeply regret baving te announce
the’ passing away, afters protracted ill-

. LES nos of Mr Ueorge Lagging, which oo- Constabulary Band.

carred at his late realdence,
rday afterpoon. ——
The Dand will play the following




























cromby street, city, yeats

- Me Haggios wae well known as a suc.
YA e x Cc an e cesefal sugar and cocoa planter and bis | Programme in the Liardena thle after-
coe . . @ foams in connection with Caron! wil] | noon (Sunday) from 6 o'clock =

1. March of Ehe leraelites (ili)., Co
long aud honoursbly be mentioved. 8s | > ones Peace and iter se Dene



















Chalrman of the Tacarigue Local Road
Board, Mr Huggios is ndvaitted to hive | & Cavatina—Sorrow and Joy... .Wil-




















ouse of moursirg to Holy Trisity § two Pieces (0) Boog = Thee ,Oatey | held afier the High Meas: the order of | hada better chosen er doing’ more easy | and & readiness at tif tlnioe e
at as

Pathedral, We bee 2 offer our Beart. be laugh
elt condolence to reared rela: true aubjecta of his, Wha, away from
ch & supposition, tbe incastive formof the coumlouy




ee . | the Procession writ be ax follows t— useful work, nie’
° Liddle 1. Acolytes and Croas bearer, an idle dream, Lu




tives, 2. Children cf Nativity Socisty, howerer, carries no


































































































ee eee wi
f working under the public eye
3. Girls of Belmoat Orphacage, antecedent improbablility, aod apart | D¢s# ©! s
t the etr. h th al | were falthfully doling thelr duty on
FRESH ARRIVALS OF Cabs and Cars. Hints for Young Cricketers | $ TetVsneat Be dectoh's Uoovent. argument, (hat wht a oan ie rpenda the rary canaee ofthe Eapice, Very
we ey . — G The Society of Our Lady of Mercy. | YETY Much upon what you give bim jy ; d Nese
7 e _ THE attention of the police snthori wie eke the {otlowing | leon, an erebarge? 7. Les Avance de Jesus, 7 oY bo To, there 14 one fact hich strongly bis ent ie od tele Khaw pie, anil the
tiea fs carpeutly to ut ° terns {riende a few bieve which bave brea yored & Boys of Balmont Orphanage Wales at ‘Nandringbam is a different Ee read the telegrams that hare come
“ a e upp 1e fowa where” tbe electrlo’ cart rua of from pach sathoritton as Rejiatej, GQ D, Fo tie Nome Bedality jan tothe Prince ot Wales at Marl- to us thie Laat 9 week cant jor & inomen’
BY , instances of dshberate and wilful ob- | "7, *Tae Geet and prramoant daty tie | 1+ Pupils of Bt, Mary's College, house'in the bosom of hls fatnliyy sirong man, and hie sureogih was
oe - AT— & paterdrivers of publie eats and cabe, | C0k bowlers ote keow is thet merely 13. be Clerey surreuaded by those to, nom * | pehalf of the ple be loved. No
- ‘ often at considerable risk to the occa: slegiog the al Pe Doh, bewllog spacey 12 ey Bie th Sacrament followed stands e peghbourly mith of Bie a found blas callous ordndlffer
asie la et, ° i
é & gy | rants of both the cabs tod the é fa.) $ Tobes scccesafs! Wwier iv is equally Nembera of Be Vincent de Pant | position, his life iq together differs ene ils shirked no tasks jie spawed
EY A ER O_A DBS,’ | iitiess pst for tts thee bare | tortant te Stree deg pice at | Bacliytoforms gua nf boacur | Wat weak elude in tons bet, lmeel Home Touhy otis
a mene

ve : aiting diceetly from thie habit ; and | peper ifeoavenfest. The pest thing isto} Socta— . * Get Wave to work Bouth Lon and It opened asa dead
a {a vee cas) = Meena eogared the | olservehow aad at what palate 60s can be thedrat Let Comauaion we Wivme toe Vor God ts cusiog titeana tate oa eee Pee deere da tenes

“4 attention of the cotrts, without ja any | bivand thee te place the Saidemen at such | namber of adulte at 7 o'clock Missi the | Thuseca te . God says pwest e e
oN lava 00 tbat ibe Jow of wirkate resulting | 2°! v benediction ve diately Lo the place, entered the hall
OHING, SPADE S—No, 0, 1, 2, wa eritolalog the Aadiag of tbe learned | eee choos Which peta tie dee ok | Sacrament of Q>nhreation waa admiais- | or foreheads, wen say“ Crowes” sed 00 | og One of the publis and spent & cone
DING HO ES—N 2.3 § who She action, it wae | ee aston . tered to €0 adaltaalter the High Mass 1, We are crowoed, aldersble time ezaulalng the exhibita
BING HOGS Nee ak sens angen, chet eeu | Zt euacatnaat vt mls tae Ty sre ra maine ee ai le ea
; =~ NO. % ’ aaio h mee nex! e wore full of thi
WOOA PRUNERS—Gilpin’ and "Atcade trou thal he coapenr rea melaed | pap, TN CERI IMMTL NY | ye ey paberiizcith Joon, | WM ererahyt Mew roe Oo | Seid vit Red tbeezbluon whiny

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isan res wh ate RS Reson | esa i Ete wag yu vote | Bl pened it flr, sod







wcoative conduct of scarterman who —_—_—_—





. : re pro’
iy € either would not or could not we bis -— writes Mr. Harold Beadle, “tuar aoy
7 — . ficient! At the tw of hie accessi ard | man with an engagement list euch as
ex AXES;— SOLID STEEL iin ere otcteit| Tho Antigen Anglican Synod | s,s ie ed ean | at he Uae ttn Poca Gickeetoudhare feed porn
god and obviously sofficient reasons, the The Domintar Chronicle asye1—The fratoroity resiued $7900 the amount of Heary the Vin. put jot the mouth of working men unless bis heart was
























































SPAADE'S AURICULTURAL FORKS
cae haves certain degree of mono: dover by the tr: to th
mer Ak KES do, h do poly of the use of the streets Ia which Saturday ned Br Vincent de Paateis oid of ths New © The tidd of Blood in meq Peopla,, " fore wea na question berwet
ome) ARE MOUTH*SHOVELS—No 3.4, 3 they run} that ie to sey they have, 907 554 Api, vader the Fresdeney of the | etareth bouse, This acknowledge: Hath ly Sow'd la vanity tll sows duty, No great ceremony in which
os, e VUe Ws Bp Me far as is pot lncompatible with ordic: Yousrable Archdeacog Haters, KL, for] ment might fatereet other Confratoral- Now dob it ture, the King could make a splendid figure
ene ° poblis oa vesienees ine pelo right ot tbe Ss ¥ t . — world, io noe heart, a0.

on OOoODEA + FRAT S. rack, abd itla the daty of all otber | etgosuion of tha Kicks Reve Wet yee Mision At Banratncs.—Themision | Auneensce, Photek ee on the iupule of ike moment, the
_ vo vehicles, and of all foct pasesogers to | ras, I.D, fate Biebop of . by the Hey, Fathee Carey which wan] Aner my seccniog.” Xing threw over’ his engagecient. and
SOUGES FOR CANKEL—4, 5-8, 9-4, L in soko tom for them fo pass, Thiele ate poy lsretizadance of a Ci | given leah weak wane dtemendoon aace such acls bs theee (and they ware nota
y SPRUN ING SHEARS het at not tolerates od wader the Ubely deliberetions resaltal inthe offer cf Se ee: the face %» syttoly Om io or selted tha oppo potcaal eof s vastly few) that eo endeared hits to his people.
e 7CROUKING PADS & BASKETS prance, of, the exlctiics of enddee | eesse ta ike inpat tsvarned “aise | [at ts the gare a concerned, The | eerfonble posldon, "wureiy. the late | The elk of human, bindoess Baved
wEMULE BLAN d Brown eee eae oe ced dat ate te | Exowet dessalyae, “ALA Ith, Ooreat | Mission wat clo on Sanday aight with | MUNK did whee he ascended the throne | through bis seine. Ile’ wag a rusn Hive

AM, KETS—Whice and Brown, obstractiag the siecet, pad detaining the | jcicr Bisbop of Jamalca, . Hosry, sermon on Veteoverance, renewal | org et his uteorances: yore poe

i LE COLLARS—16ins to 2vins car while bey Jeisurely, to a0 stood, 1” The Brad wen adjoareed ull Moadey, | of Baptismal Vows sod Popal Bicssing. Stier he cameto the throne “tft | « ta '
it ADDLE SERGE—Checek,2Blue, White’ pelt od eheo Mierebectona? Son fod eye oding toe ocelot of s reply See contig all ot wench wee pee cannot be my mother, yet 1 will play The eee might stand up Vent
Rg ARED. REIN Rove Chait Hn ce pain en a8 ca etd tas cls 2 ert] NS Geeta att aR | ettamerbis ere abet ot | ander Menthe woh agit was
_ erchist Taylae's aly wmugions wea be | the dey after hls noble epirit fed “1 la viztie &
vi * of the hoe ts anavoldable , | Bobex wapa Scholar of | Church wos so crowded on Sued bt | think { bave do be a ing ta bid virtie let us use biow
tat XA. BPA. wo T.EIT ss = bet they are {ow and infrequent , aod wa aod eo ylors. where be book bis tbat the floor of one side of ‘ tt two sentences reveal the characon ot With all respect aod rites of barial,
‘ . wea do certalely conalder that the police Ae afd DD. dogrece, He wes curate | building sabsided fon laches but there | tbe man and area true index of jbe Lesd ont the pagesnt: sad and viow,
patlic s pores s ia-tba-Eset. Loados, from | way no panic and Bo lojary to apy body. seats apd yemper, ta, wpb for gine | 4s Bite an universal wos, ,
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OOHOINE BIRR he following | sould te dolog the :
YRE* CLOTH HEADY , MADE ia the following tara where they to take . | $800 10 1806, Vicar of bt. George's, Millom,
PE 2 10 . 18051003, Vicar of Bu Petare Lulingtos’ ng provessloy go,
60x Aft, Bf x Gft, 1Of x Sit, 12fe x 1Ofe, Lele x 10f, willal | eden, (N. 10086 aad hee hate Coed pont, primes f the perso se wo vers peorve Kee truly nloreds, He ot tha [ADS let the sorfowing crowd ‘About

ote or twd al
& grow,
sahop of Jara ica sisce 1905, Saodsy Jet May at the Chapel of Bpac- firestess ibat hasever eet upon thet ang tet the mourcful martial masic



‘Frank MU Dressing A latecfiowne of the meme payh i ard
ere Hariurss re . ‘od jocrease, vatil the inevitable resolt Peper sey: capleice, are as follows iM Al rone of firitain, No ons has played . w

il be tbe Lnerese ef [equeacy St eca dethned , Vda mide hel ae bee sader Ge Maria Altert da Sieve Corus j o2 great Apert esba fa tbe worlts his The . . . great Eoglishuvan ts tow,

desta la oocarence Hlabopete Astigua sad thas pote Mes Hetinecoar®f Marla Dowiago, diplousatist “and tactician” be wad Hush, the Dead Mare! bo was ihe

‘ of which it te bighly Likely the electrio fou of a new Bubop will del Rrsaria , dus M. Blaodis, Be, Anco | supreme, and will right! down t
a company will ve ble wore & committee ia E-gleed cosslatisg of ' dela Cewt, Miss G. Heoey, Bt y. wn H people's ears
FH E ARCADE @ * than ite dascbare of bume, ibe Archbishop of Couterbary snd e Lose: siaedu Bt Nom sed Bir Coibe Petar, Edard be) Vincoaatt The dark crowd one ed toare i* ware










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c RETTE! SUNDAY. MAY 93-1918

ee see tUPPL SIEN/ 0 TI PORTORSPAIN G1 =
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ter FF ea, weet. | NOTICRS+(StNDARD TIE. 186

Saturday

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*“ FROM NEW. PORT NEWS, — [paennbarnss ip

) ORANGE OONPANY
A TITS T Mead Office Edinburg, ‘Bootiand










The following Nineteenth Annual
Re ofthe Directors for the year
December 1900, vit be fat





































> am
_ iaacea ai untae oat Bary Angont aural Acting tots ~or BRANCH OFFION FOR WEST INDIES, BARBADOS -
£000 TONS warms eta + Joneph Manateld— | faite listing the very mister | AUT NOW Subserlbers|, Beevers. 5 eam elem Se
ist American C Aspley! MME [iepevey sitio omtoe st] SORNECEEBAOSSS TUE || wats
, vals th costa, Like ptevious yeare the Directors’ DERAT. SAaCcUR)
- v 9 facet cittir tag | ae eae Seat] QUR DIRECTORY | “uhssarssvinttio sown ot mine reso rrcon ete
(NEW RIVER BRAND.) “Pepsico lin oy ncn | eTaaeeeatetl Aak ge] ML Deseo aroor | MGIB US TSR ener drag te pnd
i landed coastwise upon early application for £0 ba 5d and cost, P te June Fi rst, , PROPOSALS AQGEYTED and Policiesfeened fn the West Indies with

CLAIMS PAID tmmediately on proot of death and stslement made
t ary of the Oom e Agencies.
LICUER on welsh age te admitted are anchallongable after Two Year
coe A “BROOKE AUSTIN
= wee.

PE PERN
ee

IMPORTANT CONSIDERATION FOR ALL

To thoes desirone of securing thelr familice against want, acd to young men
desirous of ecoumulating money la an easy manner aod fo a ahort poriod of years,

The Barbados Mutual

LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY

Offers aynry facility. The “PREMIUMS ARE LOW," “(CLAIMS ARE PROMPTLY 5
PAID.” Will advance zo prevaium if you areunable or neglect to BY Io, yud your
By CANNOT LAPSE oo long as ony surcouder value reusing, ALL THE PROFITS ‘
? THE SUCIETY belong to the POLICY HOLDERS,

Is pays COMPOUND BONUSES, the sigoificance of which be evidenced by the
fect that a6 the last division of Profite (isos) the Bones declared, CALCULATED ON
THE ORIGINAL INSURANCE ALONK, ranged from 1 perceut. per annua oa the
Poticies 00 44 per cork per anuom on the oldest, t .

11 also rays INTERMEDIATE BUNUSES, 80 tha oven after the desth claia ha

pald the beirtof the deceased share ia the ts ap te the date of bis death,

F BRCWNE—Agent Port-of Spain,

I. W: BONYUN—Agent San Fornando, ‘




‘ ae rages Toul y Howmancs 12 et Ars Youon THs List.

Labin—Btruck out with’ cou

; = Emella Dyall y Feety Carter and y
STEDMAN ARGHER. [ei csi Siocc| etree erect ee] 1 Not ay wore
: sa @ [meee for plainutt “tor” 90.50" and Hated 0 and seventeen herd, teen Order Yi ur Telephone

Joseph Mohansingh v*Mra, Welght amounting to $616,700 00
May, 1910.






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re!
~Jud the total amount of Mor t
lgment for defendant with being B21200 00, tgage accoun

WOW.
SHAREs,—101 new Shares b: bee . .
leeued during the year and 219 have | 1¢ is the Cheapest and quick-
plaloW® against Alex Mahabir with | Beet cancelled by maturity, with est way ‘of

wale and in releases of mo: le
wine for defendant Julia fae toans on the security of Hheres

Ethel Boucher’ s Loules Oonnell— | Auount to 811,811 00 up toSlst Decen- | DOInges Business
Judgment for plaintitt for $15 and | Det last, and the existing =~.
Con endant did not a Ce now 2017 unadvanced, 1,006 advanced The Trinidad
saison yv,Hacry Jardine wip eodeent, on Mortenges and 73 advanced on thelr

journed two weeks. gn credit, aggregating @ total of CONSOLIDATED TREBPHONES LTD,

V, Sto!
Kay De merer & Coy ¥ Ethel it Prorerry Accvocwt,—The four pro- | 19 b Mey-2w.

leave to file f perties now held by the Association
‘Antoulo Gunbe ¢ Celpatish—Judg- are valued at $3541 14, the Heserve [ ER § AR TEN
meat tor plaintiff for 64 and costa. Fund being more than ample to meet i

wena re alk manag | ye eeemigttoera ps ube
otifon claim for §7.2 ¥
Crracoy om
on counterhier ment, fF defendant | desirable bulldiog occupied by the| +PREPARATORY CLASSES.”
Inajetsingh v Tey-lsy-lay—Judg- Asnociation as ita office is worth con-
ment for plaintiff for eas Bud costa, | @derably more than the amount

Defendan did not appear, The me . ss May Roild,
All Saint's Parish Room,

ve perfect | Queens Pavix West

security indeali ith this Inatitution,
° alte ‘Dirvctors reining ‘by ‘roiation (Entrance from Marli 8 reet.)
F 19 eve . arth: > 3;
tre ea ctichards y Antonio de Cas | 1° WW "Brathwalls, both of whom are NEW TERM BEGINS

David Philip v Albert BoxillAd. | *ligibleforresiection. | | | Monday, Vaid May.
journed two wveka at defendant's | soa tionet Leggealeoofferthemeelves | Mey lsth—lw.
for re-election, a

The Constantine Subscription GOOD TAILORS





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IF YOU ARE ENGAGED

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Thomas K, Archibald ¥ Luis da Sil —_ WANTED /
Adjourned two weeks The following subscription bas been t= don't crde. from a catalogue waich shows a picture of a Diamond the 4
tenet Abdoat No service, ex. | rece Sesame is Gar . « size of a locomotive flash ight and only got a mere little twinkle,
. . —_ James Norgrie® v Changoosingh— |. , ming - £213 0 |STEPPENS, L»rp. Money refunded if quality is nob as guaranteed 1
: z : foneeecenes = Judgment for plaintif for £1, &, and | Collected by Geo. Mf, Cara- . - =
mai ae ~ Gevega ll Dell y Lucie, Perreira—| ls Prvicrre 1 mr }a8 O | —ehMey, tole —1w. _._ | SEE WHAT _YOU BUY. 1
fe ° on one —_— ~ = — ™ ™
ZIEN? SS CHOCLOATE [suscitcs, neltner pany apposring. | & Borde Agra ough 11} AUCTION SALE x ;
a R DERA, ra . 1
wd Wilsons’ (G, &T.) Ltd, (creditors) | Coll We Lack 10 2 2 {—ron— . ,
fr DARD OF EXCELLENOE Jaen T. Vrederick (debtsth Marie | Stadiot Audit Ofice” ~... ~ 018 0 .
r BTANDA : Francola (clazaant) = ni dicaliowed Queers Royal College “= 016 9 | SATURDAY 28TH MAY. 1910 - . :
Mm awarded the DIPLOMA OF MERIT in loreferencs to’all other] John T. Rodriguez (Jnr) (creditory | D. A. Walke “.. = 0100 OF A BLACKSMITH'3 BIED,
fotors by the Jary at the CANSDIAN NATIONAL EXHIBITION [Joseph de Castra (dettor), Telltor w- O88 9 eet O-ereee
08 patter ail she spar thas others even af, pigberd U prices. Jodraka Clalmant)—No service, ad Phiipe ~ 918 I
ore from 19. upwards. alesale at $42. por rom WO woe: ove HE uod od will oct) by Public
“ . ' Croney & One FW de Doll A Tedmanand Fy Pujades 21 8 | PHT tion atthe above date at two RBLAORAL. DO &
Albort Lucion & Co. servic cxtendad two weeks.) «| Hamlyn's Lightermen . 0.15 @ | o'slock (sharp) the shed known oa No, 6l i
Cocoa Deatera & Chocolate Manufacturere ‘Siuith 2B ee EA, Hl. Coker, (St Anns) 1 3}. | Richmond Street levied apon for arrears of 1 \ VIVANT
. ena 1, Charlotls Street, Port-of-Spain, No service, extended two weeks, RM. Stevedores_... vs» «015 0 | land peatdes by Leaiah F, G, Queriesas, GIG A RS AN D CIG: A R ET TE S
eotative “HENRY B GIROUX, idem ¥ Joseph Lezama—No service, Dears Gokn 185 Tere Birch OL. ARENCE a MY /
oe a. 5 exten samo time. “ ‘
a . - ment Pri 016 6 ‘Wallltf & Auctioneer, ecurea UULD MEDALS of the Sighost awards whsrever they have esen
view ehen tieewte Hen No eer Bt Dake Brest. aed Tbe only CIGABS and CIGARETIES awarded a oartificate of boaoar
Josusita Blanc Prada ¥ Guillermo R, uo sf








Barn and foe Plant and

Gayton No service, extended six Power and Worke Eu.

Jobn W. Hodgson v Joseph Austin loyees of the Trinidad

—No service, extended same time, Pete Lockba; DIPADY, — vu
William Park ¥ Bruno~No service, | Cer rt, Belmont




es nee ry
_- al ternaticaal Exhibition, 1698
N C I IR me se tees and Clgarattes are for smokers of saltare and diecezaln
I! A \ A ee Ua Lmaally’ asd iecdisg of MACHADOB -GIGARS AND
. Ke
lary, PRIN fanns .
Ingdef ie G Drobuley, BREN: | QIGAWLTTES, waned be eruled oF 0

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} 8 ca, 150 Ibs. COARSE BA Li ‘Trinidad Bhipping & Trading Co, | SALE ON WEDNESDAY, JUNE tar, ASK FOR [ITE ander eloesday 250 Bey? i510
i ' ae ae Tidy Marcus Gambal—No service, 4910 AT ONE O'CLOCK, o *Toa tbe above Jands a 2 o'slork Beis .
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y Bags ea, 172 Ibs, ° FINE SALT “Trinidad Electric Oocy., ¥ Louls E. No. 9, Sweetbriar Moad, mutton mes ae ee airears ot Jand reat due by :
Doacan—No service, same order. ret ; Gaapot (Coolie), Terms steietiy ess. d
Side Frotas ft Rumaccel-67 | ARR PRICE ® co. oe toro London Old Tom Gio "JAGo1t CLARENCE
- Bae 64 lb . forthwith and $2,50 monthly as from | V0, Pith lnstractions from Mex George Bulli aod Avciosecr, ,
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‘a enry ik Fo wicker deck obsir? ‘revolving bamboo ALSO TRY THEIB -— oe wacher, °
fn mo : 4 Tredcrick Gorsandy Thomee Ws | 1204, 3 fern stands, beck artagouel table, VPLENDID secommodation for geatle- bem makes of tensors pearilog, Ad. Writiag,
a FOR SALE BY Hame—Commitment for seven days | *24,0%6 brows ditte by Mepis, London, ‘ wen Boarders at very reasonable | cr, eoguayes and Auditing 4
magpegdad tor four ek mit ‘steno, dieing Bitters | ciaeogpiees metering
AV. vWolely Gil— I peg osk batsteod J pereen, ona x?-Three fepaired 024 tented. ‘
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AND MeTaIL TRUM et frie di D MEDICINE takes now :
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