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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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aptas, Ltd. Just Received.-
THE WORLD FAMOUS
Tho Coolost Smoko on Earth.
A Truly
Blissful Smoke.
:b connoisseur.
GLENDINNING’S.
, ... A-
THIINIRIE IISÍÍ8ICE El
SKEOCH&Co.
HAVE JOST OPENED DP
Heavy Cord Ottoman Oleth,
WHITE FANCY PIQUES.
WHITE SATIN FINISH DRILL,
Leces & Embroideries. &o., &o.
•aasfv ' ^
Trinidad Building and
Loan Association,
WIOLEsluT TRADE.
Ari2?r«
Tweeds, Drills, Flannels. Fancy Muslins,
p«1S'fiTi‘ ”°U7
FASHIONABLE SHADES IN KHAKI.
SKEOCH & CO.
12, FREDERICK STREET. Í
DAILY OFR PENNY
BEST' VH
GLADSTONE BAGS.
SUIT CASES
400 ACRES-
: C_A.LED01sri_A.lsr HOUSE
NEW SHIPMENT
_A_GKE3 IsTTS
IRA VEILING REQUISITES.
OUR RELIABLE
STANDARD « QUALITY
- WATEEPROOS1 Í
COATS & GAPES,
UMBRELLAS.
WATERPROOF BOOTS.
fcY-HOT
.ÍBOTTI.T3S.
| ^ Ktepi Contcau -
riey-Cold
Steaming: Hot.
FOR DAYS
CAD IN THUNKS
OVERLAND IKUNKS
LEATHER TRUNKS>
STEEL » TRUNKS
Gladstone Bags
Hat Cat at, lonnet Cam,
RUGS AND RUG STRAPS. HOLDALLS-
aoo x> ni;
NOTICE.
FOR SALE EX STORE .
1 FormaldeliySi)” ájiá
I RECENT ARRIVAL
%
Rir. llED SALMON ‘ JOrinoiJ' Brad. ¡S’KluTtSSut'CS™ iSt
rjjíf-áf •,S¡s,*Sf*’* | ssjjjaresss
SUGAIVj'Wlb:
CUANULATED«UCAH-ll
Wessols Uros. ¡¡ vos Gantard
ws ol cocoa^ATO^JU.orasa prodi
wii.noKr, Lmirm
FOR SALE
BO-YX"^ CO,
s£sSffiSp'"f jSESSÜáSffiS'Sía
FOR SALE.
sirn bro^&^co.^






(JILDERS & CONTRACTORS,
SHIPMASTERS, ETC., ETC.
j, i’out-Ofbpain' qakette Thursday may sc »iil
tlweoialU« in Hardware. Onr Planes auu 0»w, w„
-«♦..not merely i.kecan*e they are Plane* and SaWs
Moaase- they aro the BEST Plane* and Saw* to be
for the money.
l EVERYTHING f.
•ell HARDWARE at PRICES which other Houses
â–  i cannot meet.
WE ARE HEADQUARTERS FOR THE
NEW AGRICULTURE
AND TO THIS WE DEVOTE GREAT. ATTENTION.
WE AHE SOLE PR OPR IETORS OF PROFESSOR
IBETT’S Compound Rosin OiiVARNISR
i tho finest liLUK STONE in town, no stook DEMING
OSTINI'S PERFECT COCOA PICKERS,
And indeed everything used on an Estate.
MOTOR GARAGE.
71m, pie FIRST MOTOR HBADQUA'UTEttS ol tho -Iihrnl I, net merely > dtpanmeni
cfouMiu,incsl. We heve h 'sryc end lutntenlle] ArtY^P°^llT ^Cy Slreei. compleja
iw er^Englne. We ,1c
ELECTRICAL AND FINE MACHINE WORK
OUR SPECIALITY.
Wo do whnt cannot lie done nuywkoro olso in town.
Nickel and Silver Plating.
MOTORS & MOTOR CAR WORK
Cars kept in ordpr by tho mouth for a nominal sum. All repairs nro
of tho best. Wo IMPORT Cora and Busses at all i>riocs and'guarantor
itisfaction.
MOTOR LAUNCH “JOYB’
Most comfortable boat in tho Gulf
XTW TROtnaLB TBLEIPJgONB 133.
ARNOTT. LAMEIE & COMPANY,
'JMI.A le-IHSTE
)AD TO U. K. via NEW YORK! School rf Commerce. Fop ImmcdiatE
~ ¡¡a
I0R UNE to Glasgow aad londond
ȣE WHAT YOU BUY.
June First,
Are Yod on tue List,
i/xot-ni Order Your ToleplioiiB
ENGLISH 1‘iIARMAUY
NOTICE. srANDARD LIFE ASSURANCE COMPANY
ALIST
All New Subicrlbsr*
OUR DIRECTORY
OIUNOII OPEIOEFOIl WEST INDIES, BARBADOS
=„ r s .
AixsiiaD i^; I’.!;.;,. Nmj [. .e. sr«.i i ...f u .It,
IMPORTANT CONSIDERATION FOR ALL
cossauDiTEo numm tw.
The Barbados ¡Vlutual
LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY
¡¡S5ga|*;
“ÉíxfHiHS
AUCTION SALE
Sitohiurwn my. mo
FACTS
CIGARS AND "CIGARETTES \
B. & J. B MAGUADO


â–  MS WEEK IS SPECIALIZING
BMHHK
I m.it»4»is
saBcrr:
lanza Tea-ill Best'
miilCK PAPER PATTERNS
ÍITHBROS. ó C C
N
El
II
MIDSUMMER RAGE
OHE BABGÉ CASE
INFANTS’ a üihÍS- fue. sudes
Infants'Tan Glace Ribbon Tie Ankle
Strap Shoes— *5
Infants’ White Buck i Bar. Shoes—
MBBTINO.
GET YOUR SUIT If/TIME.
CHOICE LOTOF
New Season's Suitings.
FIlANNELS-FLAIN & STRIPED.
Infant^ Tan -or Black, .Glace Kid
Natural Form Shoes^;:
Ct£AH BOH M FUNNEL
Girls’ Tan or Black Glace Kid t Bar
Shoes—
Grey Vienna
All the above Shoes
FROCK SUITS'ft'CLERIGAL WEAR.
The Bonanza
Bonanza Tailoring Dépt.
BOOT STOSÉ.
SMITH BROS. & CO.
SMITH BROS; &
MAKERS OF THE WBT
Bedroom Furniture'
IN TRINIDAD. i
THE “PICTON" BEDROOM]
Furnished Complete with Suite .-tj
comprising- I
“d< j
Complete PrieS $70,00. j
SMITH BEOS. & OO. ^


- SUPPLEMENT TO TIIK POUTOFSTAiy .OA/LTTE TIWBSPAY MAY V. 101ft
The Barber T^ko,,-'s:jÍ£" '|ÍS""ÍÍ|To Clean and Disinfect


FOR SALE CHEAP.!
12IronTanks
MAILLARD'S.
BAOH 200 GABS.
Pitied with
BRASS COCK AND KEY
Porl-oJiSpai* Gazelle.
Schoener & Co.
MOUTH QUAY,
COCOA.
¡ásssss3
HIGHEST
Market Prices
’o Our Roadora
Gerold & Scherer’s
COCOA STORE,
l1?, Charlotte St.,
â–  FORMERLY NO. cl.
COCOA.
¿ves
PARKEIT
. â– >
FOUNTAIN PEN
TJfiTFAMOUS FABK?R rOOSTAIN PJY?.
L«S&iL’áfuJÍ:
mmm
ka^St =s=¡s
ápKSSÜi-
Prices $1.60. $2, $2.50 to S20
I Visit of Inspection is invited.
gSs'-Sil
gessasn
ias=ss$«
gMsessus
.jSpasg
s~>r3vrH—ii
SSgiBHr HOADLEY fcl
t TAILORS AND I NI PORT
BES1
Gents Wea
THE ODCXN:
larlna Iquara & Chacon S
WILSON!
3S&B3&Í
SELL
EVERYTHING
• ■
•A,££?£$sSrr
SESIS***»
Billihon & Natura: Doll*-
GRAND CHOICE IN.RBil
AMERICAN
GUT-GLASS GOOt
Lowest Prices.;
S¿?t§s
!®fiSr
w
ggygii
üü1
ALUMINUM MANDOLINE
Dalton’s Saturday Brid|
CHARMING • VOILE
|IH TBK.FAHBIONABLK CO LOURS-!to 4 M»
A LIMITED NUMBS
-|S:
, ~ “ ' ' m •
“STAB”
GEAMAPHONEa
Dcautilul Tone, Exceptional VaNj
‘VIDiOR'’ AND “ODEON" RECOMÍ


Will Cost Yon *
to iaior,TjjoH
olassine
Meal
DAILY FEED FOR YOUR
IMALStl
.EN PERSON’S
OH I SO EASY"
FETY RAZORSM
III18MAK SHODLU Efl fflTHOUr ML
TBY
Exchange,
yidson and T(
FRESH ARRIVALS OF
itate Supplies
m ^BOADE.5
SPADSS-No, 0.1, 2,
rif.lNEK3--0. ..in' .»•.
AXES-SOLID STEEL.
^8 AOiUCtll.TURAL (MHXi
IHJSHOYÍIS—NÁ J. «. I.
"he A'Rcadb.
¡OALEpHM .HOUSE.
DiitinotiT* T*dlori»r,
NEWEST DESIGNS
Tweed Suitings
AH EXPERIENCED
DBial.IHJS: atTTTAR
GOQDWILLE & WILSON
DEPURATIVO
DE BELMON.
THE GREAT BLOOD PURIFIER
Boiii^Ajisro’s, ¿a*
“Royal” Extra Stoat
t n THE Stout
PAR EXCELLENCE.
It keeps ypu Healthy & Vigorous.
“QUEEN” LAGER BEER
-IB-
The QUERN of Beers.
THAT’S ALL.
SI. STHOIsTG-,
ThE
PianO
WarchousE.
1 do do* üithop i0
These ara all in Pood Condition..
"BimimiHr/MF /s iti
Piled Ci'Miteoi D'elolictleJ Blocks,
w. c. Rosa &


ffe Aw Now Showing |
F«»hionabl« Good»
\
psa
|b- _â–  mirra
if BIS
gf-gs
WATfcKMAN -t
UNDERWEAR
UssL-Jls
NECKWEAR.
raNkS
suaswraui
Mm 61
«wBswrr;:
SSfeg;-
'SsSygiSS;
«KraiA-Tit'A'.;
sw-ts?
«Jai
!feaâ„¢#
sj@sss
38JÍ2
MILLER’S
" ¡ ‘Michael P. HailW, |¡~
Gav,,. .’|. HIXi POPULAR |/**«.
-., - , andThurid*
id there is sure to D4 a rush far all thedavourilc bathW
Don’t forget that we are ¡ii
th all your bathi»
j Vein Hulea Like Ksl.tard’i,
; PITCH PINE LUHH
(NOW LANDING.)
!• 380 MILLE ALL HEART
Pitch Pine Lumbw|
| In Scíbüdj- BrtóaniHanis fcJ«
To be seen a: our yard. ja South
‘r T. A. SHEETS A
HAVE A SPLENDID ASSORTMENT OF
CARPETS -A-IN'ID RTJQ-S.
' VELVET Jjy FA.OARFE1
’tapestry carpets
JUTE SQUARES
VELVET KUOS
TAPESTRY RUGS
: HEHP.TiVELVET <& TAPESTRY CARPET
FIBRE DOOR MATS,
Sheep Skin Mats {w„?S£Sta’li<
IN BUGS
tnuotuuM-i,
BEDSTEADS.
SPRING * CANVAS COTS.
FIBRE A SPRING MATTRESSES
FEATHER A COTTON PILLOWS
PICTURE MOULDING,
HOU.Si: It HADING liiU TO VIO |
BEVELLED ANO PLAIN MIRRORS,
TILES For Withstands &c.
TOILET SETS.
Tlil’iNKN AND TIN CANISTERS.
Doolc Ohalru,
MARBLE SLABS- «•«» t«*Sfc cu . lit<


the row oMPAiw Qixrrrt tiitiusdat >
STEPHENS LIMITED, ‘The Stores.’ STEPHENS LIMTD.
—
Udies Elastic Belts.
LADIES' NAINSOOK CHEMISES.
MAINSOOK NIGHT 1)R IÍSSJDS
“bonever; serge.
White Linen Huckabacks.
i & Slaok Chain Carnlturaa 1.SO.
i naira waooaott ouuaiHis-isauus
Beaded Ornamenta,
MENS BLACK LACE BOOTS u-l“ ,,u*,rl1»'u<
DO SO AT O TWO S3 I
JBest lof Hard wear,
Best lor Fit and Finish.
'ABSOLUTELY FAST DYE.
BOYS’ OOL’D STRIPED
Pique Tunic Suita,
’ SHOWN DBILt IONIO SU
Whit. Russian Sul
s1 Tweed Suit®—Very CÍ
â– ' Blech Cantina: Sul
w
aBU!Z8Mb«UraliSSr
MEN'S CHROME KID BOOTS,
:K;CHIFF0N-2» CENTS
STEPHENS, HP.
Men’s Patent Leather Boots— 12 G
LSDIK3 11L0BBN1" PiTBNT TIP BOOTS
busSbK
LADIES GLACE DERBY SHOES.-
GALL AND SEE *
Our Spaclal
3 .PIECE UMBRELLAS
GALVANIZED IRON
r^nsTKiB
ÍNGED MAN-HOLE.
s Look up Tap Complete,
FEW STILL REMAINING,
GRANT &. GO.
Books,
MUIR, MARSHALL
& Co.
1» MARINE SQUARE
tool
Established
Stationery
imritiHe
SO YÍAR8.
ehool Use.
ifovernmant U untractora
B-on s-AXiic-
STATE
MoKENZIE > KIRTON.


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ialisé in Hardware.

4 for the money.



Trinidad L Lino to Now York
, HOR LINE to Glasgow and Londonderry

Vra MOWZXLTH.
F PROPOSED SAILING DATES,

* Arrive
Tastes, New York,

1910.






Leave
Btoamer. ° | New York.



wtih Apt. ~|24th Aprif,..i COLUMBIA” wn soe April,
tb Cth May..../* CALEDONIA” = May,
ist} May,




oo pRURNEBSTAY
LEDONIA' ...| 4th Jane,
Jane,

veo) Oth July,



ow {Uéth Jans...
; » {2508 Juos..f 8rd Jaly ,..|" CALIFORNIA *
F voate has tho advantage of lowing passengers to visit New
way home, Through tickets issued from Trinidsd to
from "$07.50 upwards scoording to accommodation and

: application to Local Age
er et a & f rading Oo Ltd









ECT STEAM TONNAGE
Butta to Trinidad, |
: (JAMES NOUS LINE)

Peadernoted Steamers w will gail
coming season :—













from Calcutta

Leave onor about Dus to arrive
at Jrintded
Rb Augost ve 4th October,
6th October on 17th November,
= Bey
oF GES" at January .. Ist March.
ay Dales and other pattlouiers apply ta
pL ttbidad Shipping & Trading Co,, Ltd,,
Pr Gpeit hawouts,

’ You ARE ENGAGED

hat eapuey Ose being engaged, or if you know anybody

you should not torget

TOE IEW wes, 3 PRSDERIOK) SEBEL



@ waich shows « picture of s Diamond the
ight and only got ~ mérg little twlokle,
a quality fa not as guarantood.

SEE WHAT YOU BUY.

NDAD TO U.K. via NEW YORK! School uy anne

lardwapre. |



Our Planes and S
mot merely jbecause they are Planes and § Saws
st pecause they are the BEST ‘Planes and Saws to be

We Stock EVERYTHING for

FUILDERS & CONTRACTORS,

SHIPMASTERS, ETC., ETc.

p sell HARDWARE at PRICES which other Houses
4 cannot meet.

WE ARE HEADQUARTERS FOR THE

“NEW AGRICULT URE

AND TO THIS WE DEVOTE GREAT. ATTENTI
WE ARE SOLE PROPRIETORS OF PROFESSOR

i BRETT'S Compound Rosin Oil VARN ISH

EOR COCOA. THDES.

F have the finest BLUK STONE in town, we stock DEMING

MAYERS, INSEOTIOIDES, KRESO, all kinds of AGRICUL
, , TOOLS, including TURAL

IOSTINI'S PERFECT COCOA PICKERS,
And indeed everything used on an Estate.



This,

cf our business. We have
with everything necessa

SUPPLEMENT TNE. PORROPSPAIN GAZETTE THURSDAY MAY 26 sit,



; MOTOR GARAGE.



the FIRST

MOTOR HEADQUALTERS of tho -Island is not merely a department}
large and substantial Power Workshop in Abercromby Street. complete
for the repair or renewal of ANY PART of a Car cr Engine,

We do

hopes from the modelling of castings where repairs begin, to the enamelling and striping where

Le

of the best.
satisfaction.

o FOR HIRE:

MOTOR LAUNCH “JOY,”

Most comfortable boat in the Gulf.
IN ‘TROUBLE THELEPHONE!..

ARN OTT. LAMBIE & COMPANY,

ELECTRIGAL AND FINE MACHINE WORK

OUR “SPECIALITY.

ww

We do what cannot bo done anywhere else in town,

Nickel and Silver Plating.



MOTORS & MOTOR CAR WORK

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

“

Cars kept in order by the month for a nominal sum. All repairs aro
We IMPORT Cars and Busses at all prices and‘ guarantes



MARINE SQUARE.

3



Private Reports Tyee set rAd Wee,
Tracaatiog o Fore og Oo wg Auditing
ccounts and Hooks oetcien: Ter
writing Machines new or second hand}
tepalred gad ren
it4Nno Lessons aLso GIVEN

JISEPL R. CUMMINGS,
Maneger.

3 Quodonaid 5 Sereet.

DEPUTY MARSHAL‘a 4 OFFICE. |
Ia the Scpreme Court oy elias and

Bomoary J aaladitisn, Port of Spaia.
No, 88 of 1910.
> Betwees

Bats Joseph — Plaintiff

an
James Ooker—Defeadant

orice + berety iron that there will
stout of Biovaa o'clock

of thie On a ie our eves o'clor!
fa the forencoa peat th ay the 27th day of
May 1910, One Wooden “Honse covsied
it gaivasized fron tiles sberdipg on
Mae dt the Kevd, Alexander Frasers at
la the Ward of South Naparins,



‘DENTISTRY.
Or. J, Baloh Carrington,

Graduste College of Dectal Bare
gery of of New Yor

ULE.A. 3
wo Dr A 1% TEBRUOKE.
omce

No. 4 Seckvlile Btrest 0} te
oF pollee Heedquartes Poort

Home Indastrles Assoclatfon,
LATEST NOVELTIES.

Peter Pos Collars, 3 . Jabote
ies ii aod Chas

tio’ ost a ew fyi

a elt

waite Meet . of BUTERYLIES
ETO. Bi

Weed Gat idan Wied Talaid wood siticles

ow *guINA For BALE,
aid Model for our re
THA a a OFFICE TEAS, abies

Holled Gold asd

For Immediate Sale,

vj ASTHE OWNER Is is LEAVING THE

ON THE TH INSTANT

Ose 14 2 Six year oKl A American cobalt
in harness and ander sacdie,
any weight. ecund ia wind and wea"

ae 81 Jamaloas mare-=Thoroughbred |

end gentle t yerper.
One Li Lich robber tyred Victories,
Oxg New Bicycle, wheeled bel!’ bearing,
Ame erfoan beggy, very strong and

iT ult Riding Baddies,
ONE Set Harcora,
Apply to A. DE De Borssirrs,

ration Othoe,
of-Spain,

White House Hotel,

NOTICE.

|-AL List

, aor

CONNECTED SINCE THE
PUBLICATION OF .

OUR DIRECTORY

WILL DE JSSUED ABOUT

June Fi First,

SPLENDID accommodation far geste Ans YoU ON THE List,

Boarders
fiteeo ay 20h—Iw,

Fred Jno, Scott & Son

_wWe rata
Atlas Ausuranee Canny Hmited,

Now Riske
agelost popin Folio fe etree Earcth«
que!

Take, Blob asd mation
" dompaay Lt
COVERKNENT AvcTioweERS,

fat tablisned }

(barls elk (bape er
By Boyat Yoraat i M, K:ag

at very reasonable



t Letters bé | addressed to the“firm
at The COMM L SALE

att BRCIA
HOOMS, 148 Vincect Sweet



NOTICE.

baicty ned nob to
Aric bone st a 7 ae quarress
of d situste ot ee Hoot, Hoes
3, Bow adore
tad foray ons . Altredis Lesa “Ata
6 the a
Bargele,” wliboat NE LAURIE,

of Na. 6, Beckie aus Portol-Epais,
having an interest
19th May, 1910,





te S Appeah af Sommer

Is blood dis.
LalNnas
CINE taken now
will prevont these distressing Mals-
diea = 600, por large bottle,

ENGLISH PHARMAOY

Jf Not—Why NOT?
Order Your Telephone}... -

MOT.
It i+ the Cheapest and quick.
est way [of
Doing Business
The wwrimidad

CONSOLIDATED TZLRPHOURS LTD,

19 bh May~2w.



FANCY FAIR |e

in cas tow" Re, Cc a Depabylery Be PRIN.
Pree bytery one

SATURDAY 1 18rm Jl JUNE 1910.

rpur alk Falk will git will he ny, Ppa, Baty

eer eh sealer pe

sad tae on, fey, aren
sores as 4 o’eloek, pTptrence 33,
icexo.
neo.

AUCTION SALE
sw FOR—
SATURDAY 28TH MAY. 1910
OF A DLACKEMITH'S SHED,

——
pas nedersigned will UY all by Fatile

lend reat due by leaiah

ShGOB CLARENCE,
Beil & A eects
t : $4 Duke Bu:

.

é

All New Subscribers

9 The
ut OlGABErT eS casact, be exealled oF 0g

i323.

STANDARD LIFE ASSURANCE COMPANY

Mata binds ack 2028,
cfead Office Edinburgh, Scotiand
QRANOH OFFIOE FOR WEST INDIES, BARBADOS

Q te ave ae oes
Boxva Declan .. ‘ o one se eee
AccumvLatso Foxps oo tee one ee 18,500,000
Craims Par tee tee tor, tee 87,780,000
Ube al Gorendet alate RATE. ABOUT SECURITY
on aecarity of Polio!
nes aaa : eat tater arity of Poliotes up to 90 per cent, of the
ON toh
wna wate « BED! CTION to home rates during visits to Earope and
PEO’ AOCESTED sod Polisios{ssued in the West Indies wish

vitarenoa S to ites Ofis:

GLAIMS PALD im ndisul °
4 acy of the Compas t Agencies. a proot of death and vattlement made

te
LICIES on oreliae axe fe admitted are ancballongable afier Two Year
4 BROOK AT



IMPORTANT CONSIDERATION FOR ALL

To those desirous of etoustog thelr families aguinad wan!
desirous of scoumulating money in aseasy manner and sodina Tacha a period of feara,

The Barbados Mutual

LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY

Offers @: ty. The “PREMIUMS ARE LOW,” * CLAIMS A
PAID." Wit vbore Your pent you are pasble or neg! rested ter eat
(pnnrdae
E BUCIETY belog ig asa ‘POLICY HOL. poe alu Tee
which 0 evidenced b

1b pe COMPou tha iguidenceros
tach thee 28 the faa on of een Boous declared, CALCULATE. on
ile G EORIGiNa Ns ina RaN % ALONE, toms 1f pervect, per agaua om os

0 of.
It also pe printed MEDIATE Sn ~ gat oven after the dea
paid the ie
eB BRCWNE~A

late b
date of bie death."





4

}

moana :
MA OK A. DO & «

‘ i
CIGARS AND CIGARETTES 4
TTS ACR COMET ult Cada Toa
os, o Uaiges iaaualty Chasen are "tee emokera of oaltare sad duresrale i
Hiseding of | MACHADOS CIGARG AND” “y

B& J.B MAQHADO

LA TROPICAL Katsttished
Harboe: Birest Joquion,

4





Ve 0
“ee SL

TN# YORTOFSPAIN GAZETTE THURSDAY MAY 26_ 1919

The last number of Travel ahd be
nando Volecrene Te tie aan on tion la to hand, .As nsual it ean, | '
TA BOT. mandant, A. Vila tntormed the tate & fine collection of articles, the ;
:* teathated “aia Go Ropland On. a t which describes South Amerioa' grat «
mr holiday, he pitt, ' ibele transcontinental rallgey the zy er . .
in + .
Tebot {iltivg—elonred— enlt- Anacel Competition lyon “The -
able for eigiag “ Peter Pas”

fi

August Instead of next October. Browne writes entertain MR Smusing
collars from Zhe, pat Op
te 400,

of nex 8 \ . y . ff
| ‘ Ceo eee crrae etree aaeer | TAILORS AND IMPORTY
{2]ronTanks| ===

Jean Gluseppi r el
i d Mep-makiog” ex:

guela, wil he learits by the French | ing is ape an pn ei ,

e

renner eee |
lere.
Savings Bank return show deposits at] on the occasion of-the
—BY— Wants, &c as 6S per week each, to be
a Non-Resident Fellow of the Royal April Zith. Sie Daniel Morrie, K.CIM,.G,



















































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Mail ate © “ Ouadel * for his olngthe various :
native land. Corsicn po short visit, Piproduee the finlsted article, —OF— 7
Glueeppt en ny bis youre oo best President Falliires recelved the fol.
wishes of bis many friends for bon | lowing telegram from King George in _
ge’ and enjoyable stay in bis | reply to the one sent by hiss, the text * . . nN
old of which ‘we ntly published: “1
. tincerely thank-you, A. le Président, wd “a
THE —— aa wellag the Government of the Re- *
HAOH 200 GALS, — | Pario/-Spain Gazette. |
. (ASTABLISHAD reg)
. the a of April amounting to { irreparable loss which my Famjly and
Tubtabe! Dai, Moodays snd Publie Hol. | Cte taas, belog equal to sIt, 1s for | the whole British pation Lave suffered .. | i
itt i Faller OFF Ep Sistas woman and cull 1s the | evesigee ig argpeit ded valued 3
Fitted with “te Paice, one reanr | Sate --- fdendstin’ of Hrence, will coutribate at
Advet mainte ef Biihs, Deathay and | Practices for the West Indian Cup | towards helping usto bearthe measure- 7
Marriages, achoowledgmens, and | Will Lake place this week as follones— | less grief that woara now suffering.—
; duaclalmert (which mast’ be autheott | Friday, With, 7am. Saturday, 25th, | “George, R and 1.
ated by the signature of sowe | 7amand 2pm. Allat the Cocorite — , te .
responsible persoa) wilt be charged | Range. Full attendances are request: | From *the West India Committe
for 82 6/6 each to be prepaid: ed, as (he ratch KSI be shot off early | Circular we learn that “Sie Joho
. n Casual Adverovements of every description: | In June, renee
migbe ga pee werk 38,64 po fore —_~— sion fo the ‘peerage, has assumed the

country aod a eafe return, to
Ae evidence of the ty of | public, for the kindly sentiments you . *
to tome ‘ .
Western Australia ib te 20 fad that the Pave been #0 good as OTrrone es
Dickson-Poynder, who, on his acces:
nigbt, s2. per mooth per v Chae W. title of Baron Islington, was the guest
of ee ata. ia oes ofthe West India Club at dinner at &
jo the Mother country has beeb elected | the Howard Hotel on Wednesday, p OO
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prepedd
presided, and there was ® large attends . a
t will be remem that the an
faren, a Sir Jou waanenbro | Marine Square & Chacon Sih

ch &z C Edhor and Publisber .., A P. T. Ausazo, | Colonial Institute, Eoglan
Manager s+ “2 RN. Lavowun, —~ Tt
Cale OL Gy Fou, i “Uni .
S oener O. ne ren ees erat or the ftoret Golenial | the Caueda-Weat Todia Cocmemlealon ) peeves a pepernerneeneneeene—eappeeeenpeeeee

Al Cheques sent to the office of thls papec ja | Instituta contains some very readable | aod has recently been pets to) _—
BOUTE QUAY. ae

payment of bella should be made parable } articles, especially, “The New Em: | the Governorehip of New eland. 7

to ThePortg-Spein Genctte, + | pire" by bie Gilbert Parker, M.P Dire —— 7 — : 7

. To Connearonpeyre. are Fitz-Uibbon’s article—The | Alexandria's decision to be known io
SHinT, —

We do 00 20s FOMDENTE oe, oot Hequiem of Forest Giants” {a also | future as the Queen Mother of Great

ntem:
20 we cecessariy eodorve the opicions | Very interesting. Britain revives a title. says a co:
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pyinone the passengers who arrived the gerzet Henriette Marla ee wife
ied the 0.318, * Trent “ from England | aries the Firs! © Queen's
ot Secunan aly fat popheatoae bah a a yesterday was Mr, J. J. Andrews” wha { future te Practically settled = Marl-
gusrantes of good tah, Rejected macu- | hascome out as second Engincer of | borough Mouse, where she apent over | +
Lhe "Spey ” vice Mr. WW I. Stepenson | thirty years of hee married life, agala
who fs returnlog home, . becomes her London home, while San-

— dringham will probably be hercouutry
On Saturday last, the Venezuelan | residence.

boat * Principio ” was seized in Ocero ——

Bay, near Erin, by Oustome boatman | The current number of tho If. 7. C.

Cox. The crafthadon board 4u) Ibe } Circular Rives ® Hoe portraitof Mr,

of tobacou which had been shipped by | A. Beeby Lhompson, well known here,

another vessel. The matter ie being especially down south as an ollmining
Ps .

porary, which has been dormant since
Correspor ti

Solimes, i Meus chat te accom:

| scripts cannot be returned

Advertising Soale on Appiication.
WSf- por year,

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P0108 : +
Payihla bn edvance—Postage extre

HIGHEST ,
- To Our Readers
e 8 we announced on Tuesaday, to-day | Investigated by the ullector expert. Jie bas already visited Trin!
Al being a Public Holiday,” Corpus Oustoms, dad on many occasions. A partner in
1ces Christi, there will be no publication -=— the firm of Nesscs. Thompson and
of thie paper tomorrow. Pobtication The quarterly Corporate Communion | Hunter, Copsultlog Kngineers, who
will, however, be resucied on Satur: [ of the oly Trinity Branch of the | are specialists in petroleum mining,
day se usual- Church of Kogland Men’s Soclety will | baving under their directions oilfields

Paid for your Produce and every ———Tureat Bey take place on Sunday the th instant | in all parts of the world, be bolds

at7am | very optimistle views concerning the
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Me L,W.H RAL B. f 1 future of the Trinidad oilfields
c mh 5 ——
Clanicel Ezhituibeer ot “hinte% | ‘The Saturday Review of April Sth

College, Oxford, bas been appointed as | contains Mr. Kilson Young’s sixth In-
Master of

TO-DAY, :
Corpus Christi~(Public Holiday)
Harrison [| stalment entitied “Jaland Lore,’ In



ATH High Water Morn 5.13 Even 8.90 p.m teins Beckades Mr Ralph arrived | !t he deals with Trinidad negro ot Billik &N a ~
bun rises + ome ae 64l &. fin that Island by the HM.8, “ Oruba” | Patols philosophy. ™ But the tersest on aturai Dolis—} .

$1.50, $2.00 and $3.60

TRANSFER INITIALS (tanur)—Also CUSHIONS
SLICEPER PATTERNS,

ern
eee =

GRAND CHOICE IN.R al
AMERICAN 9

CUT-CLASS GOODg

on May Mth, of all’ is one,” he says, “which ex-
resseq & world-wide experience, and

a 3 Sun seta eee . 6.13 p.m.
ero S h Moon TO ste Bim! ~-- P
¥ ~ . ~——— A resident of Rt Las ited | 48 one of the most compact proverbs
“ C erer S FRIDAY. © cowplaluiogly of a. broken ‘drain thatl know—~ Mariay Fintdtnte, "or
Supreme Court—10 90, about 2U feet long which is a sort of | * Marriage has teerber It muay not be
Ty

— we Open sewage and is + to the | the last word on ry ut it is
tigh WaterMorn 5.48 Even 4.08 ‘p.m, peighbourtood. though, Pie says, . certainly the briefest.” Be

. 1
COCOA STORE, | | ie
. TO. | Sanitary inspector ves close by. ‘Th +o
\ OA S 4 ) Kun sets » a. G&19 pm, ofticers declines to atieod t the Wewpsre yesterday Informed at the
4 Npon tises —.. 9-50 a.m. | offensive draln as it is pot fn hia | Colomal Secretary's office that there
4, Charlotte SSC. | | see race 2 For Dickson to this menace to health, | Counc on the kh June, when dils
. \ Excellency the Governor will lay the
FORMERLY NO. 6, ts Georgs V, buthe has sdeas,|the representatives of the Friendly }tbe publia It will be rewembered
Will prove to be no Penny-sn- | Societies of Vort-of-bpain that tbe | lbat on the occasion of the last meet

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district { He calls the attention of Dr, ] Wil be & sitting of the Legislative
r
Reincarnation of Georgs IIT} wehave teen requested to remind | matter of the Hadweye fully before







. mueeting {n connection with the "Uni log of the Legislative Council sir
— the-alot Monarch, Rochfort | ore ieudly wocieticn” will take place at | George Le Hants informed the meni:
. sees Menace wn British Ger-] the mutual Hall 46 Neary Street at | bers that be bad then ia bis band a
’ man alluance, “lt witl boa a precieely amore evening dis th prhich he had just received aT
. ant riday), UL IOLIES b Hd which Was concern: w eo — — *
ci worla's tragedy y George al- | \ecelved Javitations are asked to be | Kallwaya—We understand ‘that no ,



lows Aumaelf ta be influenced | good enough lo send two re acting appointment will be made to
by Kaiser”; Well jafuen he fives, ae the Becretary. cauld not replace the Hon, George Goodwille,

carry on hts Father's Policy } | Oblsin the address of erery suciety. We loara that among the plantati
—_——_ Lropold's adviser on the effecte | tn the Stay nuraber of “The British | down south which are scoring heavily

Lowest Prices.





























© fave trndastry tn relation

‘Luwidad showing the excellent, it is only in such b
‘ ta the Navys A Lecture by Ie au vend of tue spe ed Huudliagottuesuilby

fronexperlenced haudliagof the sui) by
the planter who knuws “how to doit,
aud “when tw du ob,” can cheap canes
be grown, aud our sugar todustry be
inade to yield & satislactory returo on
the money vs pended,

~ of Kduard's Death; Paul | Export Gazette” is a very valuabe | atheir cultivation returns this season 1 =
——! Deschanel his cosfidence in | gtticia entitied © soma tacts abuut the | ip Union Hall Estate (New Uolon! 4
The Pen That inks Q a V. ‘Tiloidad Qultelds.—Over 500 wiles of | Company) under the mavagemcnt of L M / M M A N DO L / N
= — corge Vs oil-beariog land. Anotber Kwplre | Air. Allister Koberteon, Au average
the Point + eee rina tate Ole de Pronpea | tartare wit photo ‘engelniogt' it | trpy cuiyaon sch as AP ster. ‘
; . - untre! wito photo epgtariugs of | large cultivation such as Me, Kobert. : , a
es 4 Trine tuiks Olfie de— P 8] several vil proper Vee as alse a haw ot son Kas under his commmadd, fa indeed Five Dollars Fach. a
A

Hy powtluna of the mutlctines aud of Lhe
rod. Neeby Thompaoa, Prupestice of be Vanious oil companies

Wiitleu by Ale W. Bygliugiow wh
SEE SUPPLEMENT FOR revently vinited tbees whores ‘Tbe

Jerror etruken Feopla tn|aiucie will jbe read with great
forg Nepht of Lanse aftec } Mlereut.

| ARKER Harthgucke shock; Muane cf) the results of the Jamaica C gotien

. ‘ ‘ Cycl An almost forgotte

, the byang Mingle with cheera| Athletic meeting caine to hand. yecvers recalled at the imarriage "of the then
CHES

Dalton’s Saturday Bridgi
$1.50 per Copy;



NEW CRETONNES—UNIQUE DESIGNS



fh day furenvon by Cable. Ae will Duke of York to 2
af of the Loving wa Light of day | Slikey ” Uiprianl came in sooo ond aa Tock, ia agala being discussed. wtites 24 cents por yard,
% , all the evente but oue hs competed | the “New York American’, It in- BATH MATS—in Red & Blue—72c, & $1.20



Se FA, tbe Chacsplon of “the fvie of | Yolved the wame of Miss Mary Sey.
springy” ouulog ia the victor, We] uour, daughter of Adwiral pir Mic
sie gute thee alt Trinidad will ball our piel Sule Bey mour, and the “ Sallor
—— ‘‘ tformances wi rince,” as by was koowa
inQa age [we pobllah the bighty | Yenuiue pleasure Buanford* Pigret [death “of nie beoteen, the votes
ntereating lecture‘on * Trinidad Oil- | also scored top-mark in all hls engage | Clarence, hetrspparent to the throne,
felds by Mr, Beeby Thompson, who | ments, thus justifyiog fo every sense | !¢ was persistectiy rumoured that the
well know here, [In (t Mr Thompson | bis inclusion in * our contlogent.” Gaughter of the Admiral had been
states: Ifthey considered that there — . privately married to the Duke of York
per only 109 square talles of oil-bear- | Yesterday morniog, Messrs F, J, fat Malia. So strongly bad the belief
i Wd in the island, which would J Scott & Hou sold at suctlun, the Vene-}!a some such cerewony become
A Ich nfately yield on an average about | suelan sloop which, it wii] | grounded that the royal family consi-
It ” tone per acre a@ very low | be remembered, was xed recently by | dered (t necessary forthe “Arch bishop
ent mate~where there wat,a succes: the Uustous Authorities, ibe «7 t | oC Uanterbury, io his capacity ae tn.
® on of eandsat different depths, they | was bought by Mr. Sylvestre Williams | wale of tha Church of England, to
arrl v ea at an cuitput at ich I anon (bapraterat lew) for 6D Two tishing f lesue from the altar a denial that avy
The tiajority of the ol lands wore m apo of for $10, Date of York's meien! to “one

=a

CHARMING + VOIL

IN THE, VASBIONABLE COLOURS—60c. & 640 4

DIRECTOIRE SATIN — In Whi
and Pink—o&c, to $1.00 per yard. :¢

Plain and Figured Bi:



ITEMS OF NEWS.

FOUNTAIN PEN

a. *,
WE ARE NOW BHOWINGIA' FINE LOP Or

THE FAMOUS PARKER FOUNTAIN Pavs,

we
There are Fens for ovary heud2twith §
broad niba, besides many spect nibs tonuit’ spocial esate



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With Parker Fens, the wing fe always j ether Urown Jands or lands upon] Jockey “Joe” "
, ink w ockey “Joa” Bruaner has arrived, | Cesé May of Teck. | Not 7
ey towne oe ae 2° ini leads | Yahehaheasi maaan" fis |g slonen an aterccn | ery enubraed of Gy vane Silks—30c, t0 $1.00 per yard,
..23 : ew spour was married

Parker Bens may bo carriol in any Pouition and Naror Leak, | | Setsrament itedan araragy royalty | on uneiay to hiefor the lwo Bre | teovelyan Neplerf tbe Tapa Nesp 3
‘ cite Le annually available to reduce taza- | Brunser looke fa excell t Deal z We ha elved f ~~ eenedeneieenental

= Ulon ta a purely nominal amount in f Yesterday tornly, besekedd* Sylor® O, Hose Be Cope area} face oer, WW, A LIMIT Al uU M B
Prices $1.50 2 that fortunate laland,” Wy doe fast gallop and the wilghty son | & patent dilufectace ualied Diet oe

—— stall

; $ : . $ 1 $2. 50 to 820 ea, of Ogden” ateverod vatlaluctorlly, ia protective wire cage, Th lokettes cre / y 7

A correspondent from Ban “Sea ” |
annatts oro dent fron Ba re Wolf,” Saylor’s stable companion,
last, Zlat, vain fell there heavily,
registering 2) Inches, The first ‘peal
pt thunder for the season were also
08

to purify, sweeten and
lightfully’ fragrant aes ade
muvephers which Je 2distinctly ben.
edcml, and it can Le tecuray
te In apy = convenient _
Amongyt those whose names will be without attentions” The pile tone
familiar to Weet (ndians attending | *Ullling per block. * Price 1¢ one
the anqual eervico of the Order of Ht —
Michael and Bt, George on Aprit Zind | "Tex Rickard and Jack Uleason,
Mere, says the Meat Indus Committee | Who will haudle the Jetfries- Johnson
An Agiqult 5 Cinular, the Right Rev, Bubop [tight at the Keryville rece track
1p AB Agrieul uriete fo the south gives | slontgomery, Prelate of the Urder, | July 4, announce that there {Il be
tas fe epi lon thatthe weather last {Sic Charles Lucas. Hegitrar,, Sir | seals at the fight for au re he
oYedacaday usbered fa the rala season Witla Balllietlamiton, Oftcer.of- | fweaty thousand oj theas! Fe
~ Alias, anh Mian i | coaintatey gga ff ac
. - a . t other
We are asked 10 state that fhe] Bie C. Clement Bunch Lord Alvers oe plcee e the ollowing wae
fonstabule bf stone, Sir Char cuce, Sirf, ¥, | of prices al :
ernando on Friday evealng from | Sir Jamee 8, Hay.sir we e Meek are pomitie, what teblous reosipt

was aloo hs
showing exerci ved yesverday and is

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“STAR” |

GRAMAPHONES}

$5.00 to $15,090 Each, *
Beautiful Tone, Exceptional Valual

| Visit of Inspection is invited,

“HIGH VALUL. | LOW Paice, |
HOPRAn |

We notice fa the p bli
that ‘a bas had. “a drop a él -
ware now qnoted at b4/- lostead o



A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF’ *





Spt Slnith, Sir Itubert’ Liewell ‘ i
—- yn, Bir’ Ne» | 2LOU0 seats at $10 en |
. vile Labbocs, Major-General U0. 1 fag ps -
Soma are sate athe! Rititaarares iaumieal ages a B= use] gf “MIGTOR" AND “ODEON” RECORDS,
. awa Oropowebe Village down | Th, Haaail: Neo. 4 ev itary Dreats eae ae :
° he bet oneal Uy 6 suger Plaster | Mr Walsh Whee Alsseader itaris LOW) seate ab 1) 0. Toywo Always in ,Stock. _
oo ooommeememe * the oui of ous bo aeymtivate for | Pearvoa, Mr. 6, Ee Qox, Mt GY, Total ere ° ‘ ° a
a co, Hides snd R. U, MeCastby. “st Seaoy an aa \










THURSDAY, MAY, 98 1910 ssn

‘Michael P, Maillard,





















We Are No

{ pot remem!

ne, AEB | Sater ait
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‘THE LATEST AND BEST BTYLES IN GENTS. 5 Srecotion wren of attorney: Quality \

at Mr. Power was UaY +
. + obligated to de Wolf for professional ri. BL POPULAR
Fashionable Goods 3°“ Tet sig aes Howe wh, was thes Goods. - (The Cash Bore")
—, ' ¢ =- ’

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UNDERWEAR

Oome to oe for your new Every Garmect we sell will give

ea thgaicamd | motieg roe ney WEAR.
Y ‘od psy for st. 7 tos: +

pocket. We have all the Prledart ¢, mediues and heer:

new hbiglioh she end vedersouriaall leet and sty NEGK AR.

obades and our Hate not Purchesiog bere means eomfort



' .

‘There are two holidays this week, ‘Tuesday and Thurs dag
and there is sure to béa rush for all the: favourite bathingt
PATHIAIA [ Places. Don't forget that we are in
BATHING position tosupply you with all your bathing
- GOODS requirements at much lower figur s ‘thé





-— ,
We d cf ocr asgorty | and
ment of Mea © Fauzionable | United

aly look well, bet wear | asd economy.
ferticn Nowhere can fou | Of putting up the place for sale by
fiod a greater variety of no

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SHIRTS NAMA mieheauacotaaoncl, veld was
Websrve ell kinde—plela ff Hate for Ladies acd Geotlemen | shvden and designs suitable | i ore alien be taking the pro-
im the latot Ff of avery.deccription, Wecleas, ff forall ion erty for $00, booa use he eibatitut
ed yy de who was a wealthy















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a eon weteds oar sshuirte sre the correct wey. ¥ L . i.
: Youll fod uteri scree | TWIETED ano President SOSpOREGIS | Sites Pre wowtd pot 70 SUIT Al elsewhere; the reason is because we
» of date o| 8 ‘ oS :
3 ik arta unndae. BUITINGS | Ax 704 wourtes Bespend | tion (a Jone 168, the ae PURSES, | forcash, . wae
LADIES HATS Trimmed | We beve fest opened a terge | ¢°* bet ahie Poitiee waa EVD odd. I
RB sud satrimmed, Allthe |) sscortmect of the pewet styles, 9 Your sboulders every rae ‘di iD
3 very latest otyles. Hate [| nite, patterns and ehedes ate ou move Theo come Both Sana and ae ’
, fo salballcccanione at bait | correct. We sell oa the cloth here for pais, of Dread ann an Ladies Bathing Men's Bathing
whert, yen poy she oad peatnatee patletacttons Te F resident comfort $a, Sults. Sutts ;
—_ Ladies Swimmiog Buite-In navy blae stock- - [dfen's Bathiog Drawers—elastic and és
WATER NI AN—Ths Hatter, Clothier and Outfitter, 15, Frederick Sroet. ice Srimmlog Suite—Te nary Hoe stock. eget ee biog, Drawere-elastie and tape
a ee euch iss woe oe as $1, Oa oe : at
tted from them hedid not promise P trustee with Green asto the $15,000) thecourts, Witness did not know Ladies T'wo-Plece Navy Cachmers Dathiog Men's Swimming Sulte—navy end navy aad ;
ia them agala. mortgage to pay off Meston, He did] whether Méan had financed de Wolf Bulte—white collars, whita braided Jedges wht'e atripes, all piss... mt she :
t the close of the case forthe de-] not remember his writing to him on | ia connection with Ia Fortunee, bat all elses one one on oe, 1.82 | Men's Two-Piece 8tookinette Bathing Satts i
Ladies Two Piece Navy Blane Beoge Bethleg buttoa ia front, all elses . o

ant Boyd was recalled by | that subject. Hemight have, Witness jae partners it must or might have
Mr. Altalle objected to | did not remember Telvolt writing to] been 80, Since Monday he had dis
rocedure and asked that hie | him to substitute him (wilness)as trus- | cussed bis evidence with hia son, He
Teco! tee In place of Drs Crine and Murray. | might have heard of the agreements} been pald. Witness paid by way of

be done, Boyd then re | DeWolf would have writtento witness | to win pitch at La Fortunes, but his] interest two sum of $150 which he

his evidence with aalight ad- before aa to such ® proposal, ‘ Relerred conection with the estate between | bad engaged to pay,-to whom he
Volt to Mann, dat-

Sults—bice avd white atyiped sephyr ’
collary, ties to match each res 180 Mien's Pyjamas?

Bathing Towels A larce exsortment of Men's Pyjimar fe




























tion, to a letter from de 1882 aad 1902 was not very close. Wit: | could uct remember, He must have Flanneliete, Zephyr, Bilk and Wool, +
Itis Worship ‘after re-viewing the | ed J2utr April 1690, respecting his (de | ners remembered when ae Wolf,tried | remittted the amount to Weld, He White Turktsh Towele—coloured borders, Ceylon aod Matt from 720, ta we
evidence convicted all three defendants | Wolfs) request to apply to Mathison to floata company in America, Ile] didnot pay ftto da Woll. Perha erch b8¢, 200, and #4, to oo
MeCauly whom he considered the lees { for his halt of the taxes, witness ad. | knew Mann sent over to America a | he remitted it to inley de Wolf in Turkish Towels with grey atelpes, fringed HAMMOCKS. —A Hammock comes te usefal
prilty wee ordered to be imprisoned | mitted that it was true, Ho did | power of attorney tode Wolf to form | America,, Every cent of bat bh Sones frou 186, te on ve oes 0.00 down the Islends or any where o'se at thie
ora month. Garraway and Blackett | not remember however, If Mann {acompany forthe develomuent of La engaged to bey witness pald, Bath Gowns.=-Fasry Striped Bath Gowns erason. We have thea in canrns, ateiped
memory did nol serve him a9 to how worth $3.60, only a ove wn 264 from $1 56 to ... vee ” on

were sentup for Lhree and two months! applied. By that letter the fact ia | Fortunes, Ee did not koowif Mfrs.
Tespectively. established ‘that witnees knew of the | Blanche Farfan sent over a letter | he paid—whether in driblete or Jump
vr. Attalle gave notice of appeal on rtnership between Mann and de { authorising de Wolf to act for her the Frora papers be bad seen lately
behalf of McOsuly, avelt pelea, cigterred te letters same way a for Mann pnder Be
= al and 333, ‘rom de wer of attorne ¢ could not: ea:
SUPREME COURT. Woltdo Sann, asking that witness be Why de Wolf would conceal from him
ii Radtduet witcher it Hobe tron | antoetty to Rise Wel Wines |B
6 not remember. e n | author! m (de Wo @
ORDINARY JORISDIOTION, written to on that subject, it had | was not Feritten to on the subject of
Wogortey, | ck at tdbcas Cont dowvelt” wood | css Weontty ittened to "aster | ueite De de Welt or ans 0 alley
such fas ends that deWolf wou! @ pro} . re sever: .
« (Before Mr, Justice Russell, LID.) havetaken for granted witness's con- extrecte ta Tetters fromde Wolf to] the interest to remain unpaid, The
TRIALS. sentto acteas a trustee, Ho had no} Mano relatlysto Farfan's interest id] triplicate agreement wae signed either
Binith "Bron Co. v, | Newallo| Cleat recollection of Hann in Jest Ite | the estate, witness ead be did aot re- | towards the cod cf 190
ot remem ber 0 eWolf as | member anything of the kind having
& anor.-The hearing of this mort | Uo 'xtgon and hisnewly married wife in| been communicated to him. Iie
q f deWolf wrote Maun so be] could not ssy why de Wolf did not | whenit was signed. If witness had
‘arfan'a interest in } got receipts for payment of iaterert
not got them now

WE ALSO HAVE A LARGE RANGE OF 4
Alpagartas’& other Article@

(hat there is a demand for by Jalaud goers














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| One Price Ondy. | Value Howhera Like Mallla’s, | Free tos

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Fagerve sult was cont{oued, and, on | must have done so, When the doctor | tel himaf Aire.
e rising of the Court, adjourned to | was abeent witness received hia salary | the estate. Probably de Wolf told | and taxes, he















tl
Monday next. from the Government The doctor | him, but he could not remember, Helas seventeen years had y.
(Before Mr Juagice Swan). never sent him funds from abroad to | knew that by 1S Mann and de Wolf P armen oes
—_— pay taxes. If the doctor wrote that he | had lost money on La Fortunee. If i 5 totvery detail, Hewas convinced he ,
THF LA YORTUNER TRUGT CASK, sent funds to witness to pay taxes, it | they had been trying to get Farfan was treating with two honourable f
Farjan v DeWotf and Ore, Thial} must be so. It was perfectly | to contribute, thatis a fact witness If, carried men. They kept nothing beck from f ;
trust case was continued. bvious therefore that witness must | muat have hoows. Ile did not buw: | word of mouth. In July 18x, witness | Diaw Ile knew that La Portunee had i |

DEFENDANT MATINEGY STILL IN [have Known of the, partnership | ever, remewber that that was done, believed be was agent for the Orinoce been deeded to Weld aa securit fore
HOXx, tween ‘ann an eWo! lon ut it was mentioned a! @ time that | line of steam: a r, da °
Mr A, 8. Mathison, defendant, con-]befure 183 Perbaps [oa 102, Farfan would not contribute, He te- | a large faoalig. He then possessed ‘a nad been a'party tothat When Weld (NOW LANDING ) ~
Uinuing under croesexamination sald | witness, as de Wolfe attorney. | membered Mann losing heart and not | house in which be lived up to now, Hej Wee hobling the pro rere he could ”
ha did not remember if he paid taxes | paid the pay sheete of La Fortunée. | contributing. De Wolf also lost heart, pe fo otber property here, but | U4v¢ sold to whoever he liked. When
for dewalt 09 belore wot tte Me ald not remember if be paid ten Hale de Wolt Introduced.» witness ie pad shares outside the ‘ ony in the nod the facets aaree
nm ve, a ollara mnon o @ caretaker . Weld in or when he Soncordia Go! nin; : a *
Pint besa He believed that in 18% [there He did not remember coneutte | came herein his yacht the “Wane | Vensauela, where he gee cine aiviic | from Weld to Haley de Wolf. ile Per schooner i DARA O” at Pascagouls Mise ==
he was in correapondenos with de | Ing with Mann as to the estate, No[derer” Witness beard of a pro-note| ends It coased to work after that, ) J/d pot seathe conveyance. Witness A specially selected cargo of = - - ¢
Wolf, He remembered deWolf's trip [ did not rewember anybody gettlog | on which Mann could have been sued } The dividends were payable at short | W84 not speaking of the conveyance
‘ Arde Wot iedd atinowet] GOO MILLE ALL HEART UNE
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v b.
itch Pine Lumbe
i Mann as to LaFortuves daring tbe | afterwards, He did not think it waa | of business, Witness was selected to} Kenneth Mathison, bis nephew, waa) 1ee it might be he wae mistaken in ic:
absence cf deWolf, On several occa: | atthietime. Heheard onty within | do that thankless task on sccount | he general manager ¢q Bolivia, ana jTeferring toit as euch, Witness sign-

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to America, and tourover Kurope f from La Fortunes twent: trels of | and made bankrupt, but he never saw periods of time, He aleo had shares J. A. de Wolf He did not know of
ed th ipticate wi .
> afone witnese held deWolfs power of | the last few months that Pollonale}of hie fotimsacy with all the | witness was manager under ie trip agreement, without In § li B d
attorney, He did not remember | had been connected with La Fortunee, | parties, The fact of his employing | Witness not only the money then feed, (on the faith of cant Dg. oar fal all y Ong: ;

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7ST penateticentee mpi, Tr Nee tte Rh










rewember having been consulted by | ed with Pollonals (shown) sonte time | gage was a painful duty, buta matter pare him about £750 per anoun;, | 2°ctor spokeof auch an unregistered








te
him occasionally. It would be quite | Wolf in America. Ie could not say | managing partner of Clairmonte and | wasone of the seven mote:

true to say that Thenaver he was out | he remembered Pollonais at La Foo Coy. Souldhave been a serious thing, eet one dividend of orn from ie Wolf telt him of it. Dr, de Wolf
ofthecoiony witness was in rorree- | tunee. He did not think be knew | To press Mann and de Wolf, bie} Veneruelan mine. The other dividends | COUld not be mistaken as to the exie-
pondence with him, Witaees did not | Jules Polionais He became acqusint- | friends, for payment under the mort. | were smaller. The Orinoco agency | teoce of such a conveyance, If the
If he bad a power of attorney In 1802 | ness} is forgetting. Heknewneither | implied that thera was no friend. | taklogs sbare jo Fortun z “having been deeded to
witness would robably have Been con MeNaughten noe Culverhouseas be' lingwa in the suit. Witness would | ness se seare io ere Wit a” would not apply ta the sale nf
sulted “es to Fortunée. Witness | ing connected with La Fortunee He | have been Just the man to press de | tine the triplicate agreement just as the equity of redemption, because he

Wolf to “the wall, make him a] well asthe De Wolfe did, There was | 84d been told

itness wrote to .
During that period wito raw liquld pitch to send to Dr.de[it, Usnkruptcy to Mann then, as the Telephone Coy., of which he any such conveyance, nor did Dr, de
whether 1802 was one of the occasions. | tt might be one of the facts he {wit- ja solicitor to sue the mortgagors to spare, buthe made use of it b
» UF ASSORTED SIZES, AND GOOD LENGTHS .





knew Nr Ureen, of Tunapuna. He did | knew young Zurcher to have won n told that it- was in reference

not know that Me Green had been | asphalt at Fa Fortunee for Mann sod | bankrupt, jail him, if necessary, | a perfect understanding between the | {2% deed making over the pro

>
n perty
Tecominended to bold Weld's | de Wolf, Henid not recollect Well Hithat te fegalia bust from Weld to Itals de Wolf.
Wo e nid not lect Wells | as alithat te tegalin business, Wie- tures of them. Witness knew what wan such a deed as that conveying the To be seen at our yard, 52 South ‘ .

making, and had mad it property to the three of them, he did
+ "deat not consult hin, with recs not know why it was not registered, | AND FOR SALE BY ~ 4

a £
thet such an unregistered deat eat te F. A. SKEETE & 3
existence, he was mistaken. Sit , 33th May 1910 :

_ ee)
9 ing at the same time Dr, de Woll was Fe gears et
poet) und th charged Setastiea Matamoro with best- | TRINIDAD. bof
he: ing one Carlos Maria Jamine: Ve Ia the Heprens Coort
| such an unregistered deed exlated roel No 140 of wn?
pitoess ould agin aay to the beat of kieked one Betweas
he bis re ection, the doctor was mie. Jcnephice Redhem!

en, ¢ enty three previous con: B
The Learing was then adjourned to | Yictlons were proved against defendant The Admloletestor G







wer ofAdtorney just then, but that
Pieemarde twee! ven ta witness,
DeWolf never wrote witness ta be

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thera. Ste knew Mr, Ligoure, Deputy nese did not remember if be constl-
Marshal, very slightly, Ie did not ! ted Me Power at all. He could not
know him before hiq convection with Seay why Mr. Vincent Drown whons he (They a

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HAVE A SPLENDID ASSORTMENT OF Monday ne: pao mas then sentenced td throe weeks — '
CITY POLICE COURT. xaionriee-Denid Crest « Randotph | P™ scenion hae

well'with aaa yi ee ons le

— '< adand

(Defore Mr. Blackwood Weight LI.D,) | gat appeared tor Kine fog | titel guest ot Lecegh
Wednesday, the aridenes both to After earto frat ae sollme form am

CARPHIS AND RUGS.



















f VELVET SOFA.OARPETS ., $6.00 to $24.00, BEDSTE A DS.- io alti aod ote Archer eter Miche foa cae ern Oe TS Taek da
~o . Seni whecalled * John” were charged | The Court rose at 2.53 cessed, who diel in teem
“ tees . . b ie aay ot
TAPESTRY OARPETS 3-50 to 6,00 SPRING & CANVAS COTS, Tho eviencs bowed that Joba face: | POR RE Sa | ea ie ool el
JUTE SQUARES seme AQT 2.16 FIBRE & SPRING MATTRESSES fought Joka nate ea Reece | acd Gece ee seener, of Ube Savane | 27 ere tare ratacdee Sage
* - atteck that Velvaint-aas in the hable of | Uae ete, yy to Lewsey & Mayuard | ele Execator popes fe: i
VELVET RUGS ver ase 9Gato 1,80 FEATHEI - | ateepiog sod wakiog ine certain heuce treet = 25/57 10— te. ald Marie Jeau
, . A % & COTTON PILLOWS [st repute which praction be’ atronete FOR GALE —A Pine Toate Gapeary | evened Protas ae
TAPESTRY RUGS ae ae 8b tq We WINDOW GLASS, 16, 21 & 26 02 . sed sine {a whoiwtoaret it obtained | 1 rw, Goat tad dean ouee-tie ove tld Marte Hoan Rain a
, m eS thereof whenever be got i menths old—ars '
HEMP."VELVET <& TAPESTRY CARPET | — arouxna con crass’ Hey nat a al Sica, iete atc | cre a
‘ 12c to 120 yd. . cbarged him, Bad Joha was convicted, | to be a, four LLlden a nee ee eee Bile











. PICTURE MOULDING, |ereiGhiaiiess dvi coetes, AGEE
; FIBRE DOOR MATS, soo To 8 meme roa |esmadleiahamtenir | Sag
thie town and teatenoed bim ta fourteen | SALEXOR WEDNESDAY THE sta

Plain and Coloured Donte, HOUSE BEADING 120 TO 240 ROD, |Mherrertase vires dcr] PAY OF JUNE In,
Lance-Corporal Martis charged Joha UBLIO NOTICE ta hereby given that

v1, To Groen, Oold, Gold, Crimson, Marshall with etealiog 0 eulver watch & is exercise of the now. wale
Sheep Skin Mats {tie'tition BEVELLED AND PLAIN MIRRORS, chil "eloed “El Sulogiog tee | ined ta brie Gee aa ee at



NATION
Assurance Of



















' Decheoo, Defendant pleaded | 247 of ry 1878 registered fore
' . SHEEP SKIN RUGS fnitty tod stated eee pata pleaded Made betwree Bcioney | Ouarantead by the Yap
TILES For Washstands &e, — [sseduisete, hs over thea had | aE Margeet tea one part aod Ale | and Lif tare il

pearls
y @uotion by the eader-

signed suotion mart No 14 82, CAPITAL
Port--Spale on Wedne. BURR CADE DTU ie

barged by | day the 8th de
"JAPANESE MATTING MATS AND CENTRE SQUARES TOILET SETS. Zessae Deki wi Boal nol Mddeaioane me On)

the evidence having shows Otherwice | Hteste la Arica te the lalead ot Tilalded Head Ofice:-—Tork, . ,



In Blue, Groen and Maroon. Gl deuee denied Oring Hin anything, De
Cocoa Matting, 32 & 64 in. Wido azod Lavatory Wall Papor |{ombone: sir i2ite moots








pare there will be pae op entabliabed &
weet

Vaneee




RINGED & UNFRINGED LISOURT MATS—lIn nV Y defecdant w 70 er og ose
' ¥ Crimson, Green and Blue sizes 72 x 36, 64 x 80, 54x 24, TRUNKS AND TIN CANISTERS, be leprae cod pepe te bane? ingens North on Haale over fone
82x 24,2 ~ former a
x 24, 29 x Deck: Ohaires, pe DaCaK erate Ccay, Atatla te Bast a na geet LS | So er ato coda #8 _



ford ad
EINOLEVOWM™—!|, 1} 1), and 2 yde MARBLE OEABS-~szes from2ft Ginx Mt gin Bae Suet wan teak ep eee Deid thisiiee certiet “
wide. Ux in, Attavit—(vomble Dimas Piers Y. 4. SCOTT @ SON




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periens, Lid.) Just Received: | ~ — *

«ERY DEFARTIREAT THIKIM FIRE IASORERGE Ca.

sunms Oat oun Limited,

eee PARSIECARE mt Soe tbe (MUTUAL & CO-OPERATIVE)
258, Ghacon street















GLADSTONE BAGS,
~ KIT BAGS

SUIT CASES.
Taw N ES.

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IIAVE JUST OPENED UL

Heavy Cord Ottoman Cloth,

* LEADING SHADES--36 conte,

WHITE FANCY PIQUES,

Worth 20 conts—going for 12 conts,

WHITE SAIIN FINISH © DRILL,

47 123 OUNTS.

Leces & Embroideries, &c., &e.

ee Te
i

WHOLESALE TRADE,

GREAT BIG VALUE UN PRINES—at.., 50 & 6h0
WHITE OOTTON®, GREY OXFORDS, dc, at 50 to 7a

BEST VALUE IN

Tweeds, Drills, Flannele, Fancy Muslins,
Lawna, Shirts, Merinos, &c.. &c.

FASHIONABLE SHADES IN KHAKI



« 366, Ib. T
PAU PRUNES t8e,bo f° HE WORLD FAMOUS
FRUITS ia Byrop 360 Botte

ae TELLIES.6 40 100, TELEPHONE No, 62,
PIF SALAD 2. «..G00. Batt,
A's ORANGE TE Gecretary of th the Company here-
MARMALADE ... 23c, Jar. r by: ioforms the holders of policies
G CHAMPAGNE ~Seo $2.16 Bott dated 1904 sod 1905 thet there is atill a
TERY CREME . balance of unclasmed cash dividends in
pe MENTHE 82,16 Bott @ his brody, acd bers them to apply at the

ppl
MEMMER HOCK ,,.81 20 bo Company's ofice for aaid divid idenda at
DS BUTTE. eon 428. be earliest convenience,

; - The Coolest Smoke on Earth. ANP. MATSON,
Spain,
Ms 1 SAUSAGES O08 Tia . [EVERY PIPE GUARANTEED. "ee fh

HE STORES,

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TRAVELLING REQUISITES

OF EVERY DESCRIPTION





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The AROADE.

DAVIDSON & TODD
FOR SALE, |
—THE- |

“Mount Dillun Estate”

ix_ rhs Panisu or Sr, Davip
=-TORAGO CONTALAING OVEK

400 ACRES.

Portioas of which are planted 19

* & large Assortment of Shapes.
Plain and Silver Mounted. ‘
F Pe provision, Cocoa *

on A Truly | Nrnidad Hoding: and
f@MewmsION MERCHANTS | Loan Association,

OFFICE: NO. 1s, CH CHAOON STREXT,

Telephone: mo. 6a
—
A DIVIDEND of & per cent has
teen declared for the haif

7 on ae on the 3lst of December
; a # i] : _THE ONLY PIPEZFOR "THE CONNOISSEUR, fast
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4 Henry Street




Holders of Matured Shares may
“SMOKED THE WORLD OVER, now apply for the value uf samo,








































d Luxuries AF Matigs0N, reetcorerereee Canes, Cocoa & Cocoanut
x [si |SKEO CH & CoO. |.ccrtevecs eu:
s, “ _APRENT. ” inhere are. iyo, Deeliog Itoues
a 12, FREDERICK STREET. Inbourers barracks sod machinery on the
‘ Bamnone 5 . 200 per m,, T Vor "SUT BROS, 0, to
tae os ats Per loz
nt CADLEBD On AN FLO USS. Bi on
EYORT CHEESE 00 ret Ib
— SHINE CRt CREAM 48¢ per jar
Fee este NEW SHIPMENT |_.AGHEGDTT'ss | jRavelLinG REQusITES, | 7 | LOVERMWIAT NES









Bp tiblosnaio' 403 Or —FOR-

TEA~}Ib ties tine Say cach,

H
E |. oUuR RELIABLE
Bpiwillc.& Wilson, Ltd, ®
nar STANDARD * QUALITY
EY For.Ront. T ,
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RENT ~.Three Spacious FR some ot- BP
een gegy fae ele - WATHRPROO

House sitaste * “Uaesal

4. Agn's---latel y cecapiod EJ.

dq. lormeriy or M jor A.B, Teco a
: ae, drawing and diving rooms d

P gulery—Telephone and Water fer-

led wenei ous cilies,—Apply to

TG. is hereby iad that frém
fand after the With June, 1020,
no Petitions for general Information
to Ils ae the ~loyernor for
licenses to searc’
crude oil, asphat: moaajae or other i
tuminous miner: lignite or any
other pwoduct w received anti]
further notice, mull be ee No. 5&5 of
the 20th Noyember 1000, will be sues
pended fromthe ilth June aforesaid
until further notice,
Â¥, Ganteaume,
Sublotendant.

CABIN TRUNKS

Â¥ H OVERLAND [RUNKS
I Gy-70T LEATHER TRUNKS:

Keeps Contents cithet STEEL * TRUNKS

Icey - «Cold | Gladstone Bags

KIT BAGS, BRIEP BAGS

23.5,1020, _.
NOTICE.








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EALEO Tend: ore addreeved thi
rey urate ty i ° on SOILED LINEN BAGS presen ern
Beck sy renin aL Ne ie UMERELLAS. . sil bagronteed op ta 1b eos on, Sater
pis merit Anpiy hails Suan Steamin = Hot. | Hat Cases, Bonnet Cases, Awacloas Melon ib beads high, siuog's
Pan May 13b ’ oe Set so i wind and Bet,
, _ re =. _* ry ‘ = a &
ane bisa’ wale om Uacee , WATERPROOF BOOTS. FOR DAYS. RUGS AND RUG STRAPS, HOLDALLS. irate ers Pas
re tsnbainia, Drawing Huon,
ag lar, 8 Sler . Beds = aad het Dk deca thas the 15 daly 1910 s
Rerun cet | GOO DWILL A AND WILSON, BiMirap: ("6 ies
Boa the premises of to GOODWILLE | Sommerer Tp ”6}6 (RSE) TOR GATE . ae,
. yo Lrp,, \Cardonlem Hoos . OR BANE - Conteve Estate aliuabed at Colontel Secretary's Otis, Seoreiarys
P'WENT= (how Tet Jaury Cotane from Port-of-Soain, sontalaing over 12,000 178 May 1919, '
WW Gortue Btrost very pear ihe ° . s . (Eee several cesona rea GULF STREAMERS.

with all the conremiences fora



sad over 1400 free trees mony ~BY=
Plants’, part of eb:

ala om the pi roperty, iy hterest att arg er BS ¢ OD
eek For perdicciars. ‘spp'y to Evorns ay

MEL, Suivi, 109 Queen breeet, Pert-of-



ely A Hy to Be, Jung Gales
aePs ad pril 28.—- tw, r

o’
ale uy Viccls Avance,
cat Baeara Us FOR SALE EX STORE .

ISLANDS AND Bocas BERVICH,

ARRANGEMENTS “yon WHITSUNTIDE -
MULIDATS AND {KMPIRE DAY,












; Teal y- renee» ee a May Sth Lip. a, MO AD WATE. “ou at
k er pare : MDAY, 2nD May
rik Baravon de i Ohad F tr aldohy A”? Ge ee | EX 8.8. “Oruro” from Canada. |, Te $ an tip'il te ran ss one
ant OY mM ql Foréaloor orRont 73 Drums Trine ies LUNENBOLG OOD¥ISH. aed pus calllog atailetatioog as far
FE . ~ 35 ierces L acechare, add will retarn to
mr Oe —, . nc k ons pecan JME: ah ee =p, Fectol Spain direct The ease eves
a

F Rrveme vapor ig will se gtsolioe APTAY EX RECENT ARRIVAL Pine eemety pulses, Eiracie hess ie! 200 Baga * Sitoce BPLIY PEAS ro ggy 2th May use as Monday



WEDNRGDAY 25tit MA
The steamer wilt {eave Vorvot pata
at 4 am for Chacachacarc

AIS hare ore —-May 23-2e, Ye
oC oe cibanct wonenes RED SALMON * Mariposas Broad. .
bh pa pe arpa ie two Casee iedium do, ‘Siempre Fresoof Brand.
Value

Wathen ee Or. Pink do. ‘Patriot ' Bind;

7 oe
Teak Ed premline He tertber peronae Ex 8,8. "St, JAN’ from Domorara.
seen, ote 8 Ciscoe 250 Begs No. 1 DEMENARA RICE,






atigqdveeh UP, 7 y




















Eat o-~ Teleron's aot on the ret:
} z Sieh aie La ee ae | -> ] IN ] Ei is es Bac 3.04.4. “Dee” «roam Lomdon
bealuny senldenss at Razeral wei, SAF. ” a. _ Wantod. Ae 50 Cares “ Thice Stare" Balety MATCUES tact 10 gros

Sdraviag and diing ome 4 ted- MATCHES—-esch 60 grove. | 50 Cones “Thise btan® v Balphur

anne wah aa back selina ad oak CUBE SUGAR» ‘§0lb Boxes. « TANTED ~4 few ow pepe for the | 10 Cece “Thre Stare” Bofety L MATCHES—esch 60 goss,
een 7 SE GRANULATED*SUGAR—1001b, Kegs, Marine Eqeare wate Lays Case nore Ex Rocont Arrivals; Nagle fares, On Monday ite

. _ sy 23—le ,

i} vs ane eres —= SUA a WANTED ty 0 Tey 50 | 200 Bsn becca ss PALER | 600 Hage No, 1 NAGBA RICE Sethe dap poly itll ke toil be ie i
nios, witha ermen Straw Wre ”
Tag cl Teud Soere eine, wie amily leaving the 50 Hues Oey a we € 100 Boge OARDEN SIAM RICE followin







lity cant vel Newb “a oto V i n 3 aup
aa Haat oad Nerthovia & € 6ss6 TOS, on (70 ar . 70 Jere
ie 7 io, ia edey! Ret at Kew sires W 8 Wain cae aa} Tapoladgt | 20 Tanks CONTEOTIONUILY 40 Costs BICUMOND TOBACCO




elle te write well sod ate. ”
90 Carce CONFEOTIUNERY= 40 Core TRUE AS ATREL TOBACCO &aicect return tickets a usual /
jUR GALE aw. cates thea YERRS OF corns AND SALL OTHER PRODUUE cnn | arn oH mld elo @ yoeng mas wih rf tach Th Tinm v.
Pea sai Apply to she Maa. BUYER s0UIH Quay. a erie i Sitar ara ee TWelephose 102, im J. DB. BAUNDERS,
& Canby isis te Glaze PMONm weet” Gpein Ueonte” Pk Mayme, Portol-Spais, sthitay, 1038, Harbour Masten,



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NO. 9254 VOL XXIX TRINIDAD. !HURSDAY. MAY 26 1910 DAILY ONE DE














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(1° “FRINIDAD sicat » ran /> CEDDES GRANT) INSURANCE. 'REVOLVER STOUT /R M SP
Musical * Hall! ° FIRE RISKS 0a all kinds of Fro a
‘ tay QFYERS FOR SALE parties accepted by wef
. a ' ° . DE HYNDSA EX 8&8 “ORURO” | FRESH SHIPMENT |«raclttt ii
Government Railwa S. Bitiar'herte tn sovagn of the Tasoet| $9 Cases hamitows crEAM SopAs ! ThONorlh British & Mercentile . ORO P ASR
de CUATRC STRINGS, doable leogths, —24-$ 1b, Tioas ot ace - | «MAGDALENE
° fe, Second. Copper and Silver VIOLIN. 5 Canes crea sopas—| INSURANCE CO. LTD,
CELLO STRINGS, VIOLIN BOWS, 8 8 i ib. Tos Clasgew Steamer
“ Bios Faia sed Viclia Feta, Noe 50 Onsea” “Reindeer” brand Condensed | Omtublished 180
VIOLINS aod MANDOLINES — prices “ * 3 be:
ARRANGEMENTS FOR secs ALBUMS" AND “OUEST | ef0 Hoses SMORED HERRING. | 1908 eet EIBAFI atop G| doll bravery Desertrvagaoes CINE
1UBI 40 Bes, SPLIT HERRING, Total Revenue for year 108 waa Colony ee me SATHAIO®
- Sch May, 1910. ___ | 18 Uwks HADDOCK. £4,261,436 10 10 WARRANTED, = J wORUDA®
' TIDE Y0i 1D AYS THE METROPOLE . The atrong position beld by the Com y * MAGDALENg»®,
W HITSUN! u 5/BOARDING HOUSE,| ** Rect Arrivals: jonas ened aliia'tts| ae norerome lint illag’
vhrictt re i tout trooerase |S Gis AabIA BUTTER, | GLATMS PROMPTLY SETQLED. | asatsa by all cnn trom | lithe
Empire Day & Cor pus Christi. Board and Lodging. 35 Gaske MEDIUM COD Bole Agente lo Fis Department — "highest to the wmnents
sorevenerecsenene "TERMS MODERATE. 20 Cases Jams tho tind ehlpping & Trading | SOLD IN BARRELS 7 dos, PINTE | Toe adore sresmap
Excelleat Cuisine. Cool and Come IN tun TINS. 00.4 Ltd. and os QUARM, sac.

fortable Apartmenta.
WRIT . MONDAY, Proprictress so aZEVEDD
. 2tonday, 16ti. atny, 1920, May «thin, .

ere
N WHIT-MONDAY, I6th May, all ordinary and local week day trains will SANATOGEN

b rao. A mid-day train, mull sino ron on the Caparo Valley Line, conaccting Tend for N
with the Up as wa maio line traios, i -
Al retera real tickets taken on Friday, Satueday and Sanday, Say 13th, 24th, The Tonio, F ood y Weakness. or
ood 25th will be available up to the followlog Tucsday, Return tickots taken on * 7 ,
Whit-Monday will be available for the day only, exceptiog those for distances of | GET IT AT RAWLIN'S DRUG BTORE
twelre miles and opwarda, which will be available til the follawing day, rrioce 31.44,

No Goods Traine will be runon Whit-Monday, bat all lines will be served on



INATD w MARINE INSURANCE elected
. 9 BROADWAY, Speci (Gold. or Bilver) and ogee
FANT DOL oan Post, by Every bottle nas cork
WARD PRICE & C0 THE OCEAN branded.
{Fajen Teelate Agents MARINE INSURANCE 69, LID 3
Anclonee nd deomartan nie mC APIS OREO 0,000 AND CAPSULE SMBUSSED,
‘. 2" wn ee a . ‘
FORT OF-SPAIN, WL. pent THE TRINID Dene. Bee that you get the penuins article RETURN FARR a
Telephone 110, PING 4 TRADING Oo LOD FOR BALE BY} rn Gu wat ANTS
‘o' ae sa

_ atarday, May 14th, aod Tuceday, May 2th, frova.which date the Usual Goods Medical Board of fFinidad SALE ON Wrowesday, JUNE bt, | REASONS * WHY IN TROWBRIDGE j fA sbirecive 1m A
Bervica will be resumed. No. 9, Sweebriar Road, PROPERLY OWNERS PREFER eee
. . Swoeetbr Chacon St.—Televhone 190. "Bh Ausun 18,9

ARD PRICE & CO. are favoured JAS Young ILARPER

BED MPI R H} D AYs THE EXAMINATIONS with instiuetions from Mra. George Baad Augued

- Sub Sepr 4, ff
Tuesday, Aath Miay, 1910. =-FOR THE= Boshe (sho ts joaviog for Ko lead) i sell As the wone eo. “Blece it Co, ii " anil
. . {oa of the furnishings, lactadiog excellent ECAUSE he owns Propertles himself, Trini d “UU.
ON EMPIRE DAY, TUESDAY sérm MAY, all ord and local week t - da il wil 3
+ all ordiaary LICENSES Mtenitecd,


















23h
itchpine writing tab! ‘eares, cushioned ;
day trains will rap, Js mid iy frais pil Also be raga og the Caparo Valley line oF hieker deck cis Feralia bamteo acuity. so aluels In way eos oe o x tha tattca joo —
connecting with the Up and Down maia hive trains, stsad, Sfera stands, black octagoual table, | BECAUSE. all moneys collected are daily — . of the Company's
Retoro tickete taken on Empire Day will bs available for the day onl f, Assistant Drogelat, and | aod one brown ditto by Maple, London, lodged in the U. Bank of Half Sout hampt '
axcepting those for distances of twelve railes aod upwarda, which will be availyble 1 Drugels id ga , tee “s Look ! Look i! 26.b Ontober 3
.















wx: solid extension diniog table with to ere, October, 169
tll the fallowir day. the BR Day, but alll he od maz EN Bite tet ne Poits Mavens end cham, BECAU-E alt monthly srottlemente are USE, UBE, USE, vie tie, i
lo vaio a1 tan on Empire 0 ines wi setyed on im? jo | Pe tcmptly mae ebeque upoo tha a st
Monday May 23rd, aod Wedaeaday May 25th, fegm which deteybe cous Geode | And the Prelimingry Exami-| Guisters wusy conch upholstered | Nit hack. 7 Seeine neo | Only the Eurest Ice, Pamengers we
Tralo Bervice will be resumed. nation for Students in ee eta eaten forcing Ja enone ecreen, BECAUSE Marper’s vyaten of getting Bee Protea URES the period fur whol
. cr
Pharmacy, by Maple, inelading Breuning about is up-to date and quick, loo eB20K y's Analynls, abe teil not wader

table, wash. Results of Asnalysis
WILLTAKE PLACE AT THE atend, wardrobe with mmittor, 3 chairs, oat for him to-day, and see how he atta of Asnalrsis 3 be extended.

ts about,
Beane mounted bedstead with epriog mat] BECAUSE his references are of the best.

CORPUS CHRISTI, Sedan :
Victoria, * Institute | ence nne siete acutie acs | 1, Hey

Thursday, 26th tay, 1910.

Bample of Toe—Received from the Manager | Passeugers_ arab
Phe Trinidad Coy. Ltd. on | their berthe for the &
Sth Jannary, 1910, Thesample con- diately upon their



jour Agent? Tf not find him at tains — alt Sartre”
—ON= mogie bedsteads with spring mattresses 9, DOR ESR EB OD a 4 | Totel Bolida .. 4. 2 prta per 100,000 eet Pe a fin
od * oo : ‘ f J 4 ta with martle tor Sheet'ot raw! ‘ At , rea. Ammonia 0.0012 eee mea RI ws
Ls i wi . ‘ + i . ”
: CORPUS CHRISTE Tha day, Mey 26th. The passenger traios, ordinary TUESDAY UNE I TH Nesbatend with m ortle top, ebe ar Mev te ‘n ts services Gilorine on "ee








Albuminold Ammonis 0.00165) 1 9
Nitrogen asNitrates... 4. Nil, sa
Tha above analytical reeults fodicates NO
that the Ice is almoet free from imperities, wasn A
that it hae been -caretally masufactared, E VENDE $ cgeils
and thet steam is the form of water from Ttuadsen Hany sh
which it hae boon prone too No, 617—Disignse

aye,
Allretard rail tickets inated on Wedoesday and Thursday, May 25th and s6th,
will be available up to the following Friday, -
No Goods Train willbe ran on Corpus Christi, but all lines will be served
on Wedoeaday, May 25th, and Friday, May 27tb, from which date the ueaal Goods
Train Bervice will bs resumed,

f é ring cot te, 26 wolld brass etait ; :
BR RD IN | Fointo cane wot chair, 3 wear eters? | Baked Beans in Tomato Sauce
Apptiestions with testimonials mart be | wicker chairs, child’s mall cart, motor car
sens ia on or befure Tuesday, Jane 7th, | and double perambulator, quaotity bliqde,
and fees must be psid on or before Sater: mals, isa curtain poles, whesibirroe,
day, Jaue Ith to N . — i
The lote will lew on Tuesday, | NABOB SWEET CORN—20e per tin
Dr. BE. Pradiag | siya bon rew on Tuesday

Breratary Medios! Board. | pertion'‘ars may be obtained Com the CALIFORNIA ASPARAGUS—40c tin
A BARGAIN. = |“ oS Seteacees__ | Peaches, Apricots &@rapes—30c ,

— fo Be gold by Private Treaty. :
Orient aivante at bureatlle howds ible plota of Bolldiog Land hav- PRARS~36¢ per tin,












16c, PER TIN,









FP. Canopy,
Government Acalyst



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










FE Sale OR
Sta Han

Unlimited Sitecess, | gece
























wo mo 1 a hana
Hove Lith, keowa as Lean's Place, Dia hhoatage to. Grey Biesees Das ~ar~ THREE EXHIBITIONS IN ONE-| Smith, Baber
oor ot Apvly. to "od Tesaures Sporoximatsly 13 feet by ar — 0 0. 5 ti,
ALYREDIS LEAU, | bi'tocs, and the oiber 41 fect by dover LAMENS' EXIIBIT at the Ccafts OFF:

e 57, Dake A’.—-19th Mey, ‘10-~1eo, For price and furiber particulars, apply Exhibition ersated greet ioterest and “

S.S, *N ” wii Rts wanprnice a co inevte nite BtenSa uses |
3 ICE & CO.,, ° joe who v yw, bat there were
a B aparima Pr operty for Sale 65 Marine Square, Port-of-Spala. A.G, DE SILVA &Co, few, comparatively, and Clamess’ ambition | 100 Barre's CEM™
Ger AT ST. JOSEPH, May 2ith—lw, was pot satisfied, A street parade anda] 25 fase“ Ford a9

———______._Proprietora _
To whem it may Coicero,

subsequent exhibition at the Works wse Picked TEMPERA
at once

The Tanda waa lstended to cause a sen-




Raw TheS.8. ‘NAPARIMA” will mn on Whit-Monday, Empiro

QTeEng wit be rocelred by tbe noder-
Day, and|Corpus Christi, as usual on Mondays Tuesdays, and Thurs-

algued ap to the SUth Jane, 1010, for

FOR SALE.

Br Revent











ball en acie of land, _ satiea and draw the erowd to the Dye

days,’rcspecuvely, a House sitmated on be Mogcom who tas lef ¥ Lref Inthe Works this worked admirably—whes
meses Khelcobony, This: property ia wii eighs | ff OR etereste of the partes, concarsed, | “W/iTH relecece we « eorceln the“ Airor® | erty, this worked edalrably—mbon the

H, R, MARWOOD, = [zise sie lee date acids tt | gated Ack pe Caae a | ane tc ease ae
— watt 2, | armaat Sones ce i ice vn, | Rceaaton cate tare | afta hoes niga te
> : a Manager and Chief Engineer, eae nad Tne House contains T ee f-Spalo. on Thurs- fiewpeciog 404 searching for oul, asphantum, | opened, As soon se thie was done crowds
Port-ot Spain, Drawiog Koom, Dining Room acd Paatry, | ibd noare of ene Aa taste antresa ol ees , Putheey awe eee re packed Is, god) for three conm eative deve
: *

een UchafeBethtom sith Sate iid 'on | Hneee Coos pantain ral ingrol eedor at | elaiedihe'6b mebeln earch Pay








Servants’ Rooms with usual out cificea





not samples, com
2 OTR 100 coloars of Artistis Cleaning and

‘St. Catherine









O,
rE TUAENSSUEESSITENVASERSEN Vor forther particalary apply to. elo the Mentaoilly Ward Dyeing exbiblted, avery night from 7.30to
JNU. CENROY, altqet @ Menzeoills Ward Uasioa Pe 10 pra The Show won colivened by a
y ar ; ‘ Govt. F, contatnlog 224 acres of pood, fertile land bad of masic, Clamens’s watiring efurte
BEST STOVE FOR TRIN IDAD, ard Mey, 1910, cee eee | Mapk,the beak of the Oropouche itiver ba’ f atlll permitted him from time tefitce ie
. and withia easy distance of the Bangre PARTAP xX oxplain the Giferent specimens, and on the
NEW PERFECTION BLUE FLAME COOK STOVE, Grande Hallway Station,









mak,



Oil, Oil, Oil,























er eee Saree Sed} JOSVO: sheipg sight he lectured fam Aire @,
. i
&n Oil Stove that will do apeez ~ ae DSF wh —— tracks for Oi ¥. J, SCOTT & BUN, Oropube, 3rd May, 1910,—11/s/tom6w* apprecia thecal bea geet estes
‘ a ——S a Ld. the . eel cetare

eaything any Btove wily) fT ECT wera me ane oaths tek for Ol Tecan, Dette Auctioneer The Talk of Talk f the Town T sande iro the North goat gave patie
do and do it better, PY 4 Saal Batete dpeat, Q 1alk 0 8 OWI | tguttseny of Ctamens good works, and at



the close three cheese wer
forthe King of ‘Dyers, and veead ibe

fakes, Roasts, Boils, Cocoa Properties



fee




vy Fe

~ 15 NOW = Rost sue - nl Show ta the enpelg of the
. . 1 a '@ Works a
Toasts, Heats the Wash Rubber, Rubbvor,. Rubber, FOR AALY, memorable event, the C3Uithts, the statin Pries
Water and the Sad Irons —us _ VY Cavepls, 4) miles from the Rail gad the Dye Works were ghotograph'd, ’ 4
a fous . BOUT 80) to 1,000 acres, Laod A woy at the Jacatcn o{ Derid Told and can sow be soon st the Corser of Dake
"Pwithout Dissipating its A adaptable for Hubber. ORADE Bandy Bask Houde, three, soul and George btreete, Port of-Bpala, B Hi
‘ good water ev LT
heat through the room to i No. 24 Bt. Vieweat Breen ‘ eprally rated nied with amal sepia AN D WHY ? DENTISTRY
pour discomfort. > oe’ |: Opposite Geaeral Peat Ofice. soually | Doe et AS sored’ bate "SG | TPECAUSE the Ligcore meopfactared

NOTICE,

qs iste ioform the public that I am

Dot verponeible foracy debs of debte
ountenctod ty my wife Lilian Dalley
she Lavicg elt wy Louse and protectiva
without nay jast caoee.

JOSKPH DAISLEY
* Tasouba” Estate,

Noith Naparina,

aodovld aretbe digheat standard of



s lien vesther' wth inaeesers excellence, and to prevent fraad oer cute

D “a QFROM TOS
oa cates Of 33 acree also Davieg wp. | Somers sod frieuds are kiadly requested te h i, W. LYNOH.

Gold Devonst aa
ward of 000 bearlog trees, ag sequal | te that cur trede mark is on every label ‘ Miedarty Daniel Couee Usa) Y ROAST AnD sre

pumber of swatler trees aad may which isa symbat of qaality eorreepoading nav ole sc. BRIRKET ea od

Coccaute, ol4, (8&3 0). . ta she sterliog atemp on all ver,
A720 teen Biviog auo] THIS IS AN AUK OF BEASOE pAb st Uriai rere

beariow trece and os many saller, trees—f Aad it must be patent Lo everybody that
saco0)} ty Be Gitest con survive is ihe Ciguer tote PMOKE 98.—Nov, 331 oe




WF NOT FOUND AT YOUR DEALERS CALL OR WRITE . ,

West India Oil Company,

Officer # St, VINUBNT STREBT, ne 651,















MiaNEDY:
allcther Mandane Affairs (1 y

WANTED AT ONCE,
















lsh Map 1910.—Im, Apis by letterto 1. B cjer* Gazette” reer CRONEY é a
et telnet tibet dae et . , 1m: oe
WIFE NOTICE, | —2itt0-t=____ : GOOD TAILORS i
-— HOME COMFORTS ! deliclous tivour of ite ows sppetizing ond QIsr April 18 aati

SUE public is hereby gotided that 3 mourlabing sod beesnee it is wired by the I 7
Ti vulocs bold byoed teeposmbiet tor — Proprtor Limsell sbo bea suade'a are WANTED = Aha

2APPLY TO any debts sontractod by wy Wile ANTONIA | [FYHE COMFORTS of the home cra be if the ert. Can. ‘ourself by a The Foxt/y. ¥%

e Mi aano, ehenot belog sader my pro- Lf porsoghr ae Gaeet Mate bene visit to the EM Pin ‘e td 1 an

,__w. T. QITTENS LEBRADO MAKCANO, | sad Geotge Stress, Clty. Lasge nd sui STEPHENS, Lyutp Pa

a6 Tedrarete xtond ‘ Mune Une we ration Moy -Prepeiton, A tab aay, itowie, ? TDs










ern neneei = _

“The Stores? STEPHENS LIMTD.

1¢ Belts, | LADIES NAINSOOK CHEMISES. “ BONEVER?” SERGE. BOYS COL'D STRIPED

4]-,4/6-, 5] i 4
fy 4/6-, 5)- UP, lf you have not yet secured a SUIT of this Pique Tunic Suits, , 7

*BLACK AND COLOURED—600, 720, . ~ ; BITRA VALUR.
tit PRTER PAN COLLARS—cs Conta, MAINSOOK NIGH DRESSES DO 8O AT ONO 1| Buys CRASH TNNIC 8UITS—Very Birong
9 V5, . oO e
Best for Hardwear,

ney Wool Scarf,—1/6 & 2m —_ BOYS’ BROWN DRILL JUNIO SUITS.
W LINEN—40INS, ¥XTHA QUALITY—~ 360, 480. ,
«pm RANGE COLOURED LAWNS—toins,—an | FAMILY LINEN—i2 YARD PIECES—12s, 160, to 300 . . Boys. White Russian Suits.
Best for Fit and Finish.
ABSOLUTELY FAST DYE,




































Pv "Only 10 ; . mo : - :
ate) MERURRISED LAWNS—16 cents, White Linen Huckabacks. ys ck Conting: Suite
ere EMBROIDERED BETS—48 conte, 24 Contsand 36 cents

Boys’ Black Coating Suits.

BOYS’ BLUE SERGE KNICKERS for Chaps from
two years up.

CALL AND SEE §

Our $pecial




*”

pits & Black Chain Carnitures 1.80, |
MKi2 WHITE OABOOHON ORNAMENTS—160 to 240 Mf EWS B LACK LAGE B00 Ts
jack Beaded Ornaments, | yews onexven BOOTS—$1.68, MEN'S KOLIPSE

a









Ladles ‘Superba’ Lace Beots—1.C8

LADIES PRINCES BUTLON BOOTS—4/6; LADIES
*SEVILLE” PATENT TIP BOOTS—‘a 6d,


































uU BOOTS—31.80 ; MEN'S GLAO 8, ‘o 6 ” ) ,
cumurrre Contes Up ume uztan 8 GLACE DERvY Boo7s.#264 | LADIES "LORENA PATBNT TIP BOOTS. |} 39; P/ECE UMBRELLAS
DHHS —Very Cheep, 2c, 860 MEN'S CHROME KID BOOTS, LADIES ounsuraane MIGNON LACE BOOTS wes evo
' K;CHIFFON-— 24 CENTS Men's Panini Lenetten Bi 216 DHTADIES TAN AUSTRIAN SHOKS—3.00. ~ Can be ony ee rr Tronkf
— T LEATHER Boots— 126 |) apes GLAGE DERBY SHOES. e





HARD TO BEAT— 132.





PHENS, ELD. Mens Grecian Slippers, 114 & 180, STHPHHN S, LTD.

Troepecting for petroleum waa neither] Orowa had exercleed the mineral y MOVEMENTS OF STEAMERS. SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.

x
e
aelmple nor anivexpenalve occupation | rights, Consequently, if the Govern. | — _
i and priyate fnditiduals who embarked | ment tried an average royalty of 10 Tha ARRIVALS
iP e on wh enterprises need be abuodantly | per cent, sufficiént funds would be . . May 2ith, °
A , provided with funds, The real pioneer ually available to reduce taration ° . PALOMA, Venes fatucho, Bera, 7 fons,
Can Da

ayo

of Petroleam i Trinidad was Nr ia, i purel pbominel emonnt ip that AGUS ~The R.M.S. ‘e A é ‘3 orado, 25 ee
ndo! ust, ares member of | fortunate (sland.” plause: was ork, via Jamalea,

g Unmmittee and to [ eaid thet there were tbowe who ad- Puerté Oolombla Pooos, 3 bage bidet and 5 deer skias

FROM TO-DAY, | tis wonsetully optbietc character | vised the sale ats nomiaat “price of vot ite spat.
; - "| his wonderfully optitis acter le ice 0 qi
2 | must be attributed the first impetus] our Weet Indian posdensions to_al the next day for Southampton, via Saga Bat eae, Berenk, 1,005 tons,
ven to Trinidad oil, (Applause } foreigti Power — pos fons ‘which | Barbad Bt Michaels (Azores) & eral cargo 85. ton ae ip
ToT












agatha ethe







08, coal
3] sre; ing the unlversal wight at anearly date establish just | Cherbourg, taking Ist clase passengers a an
. TuurspAy, 2ter Inst, agement aul almost ridicule he met the link fo "be Enpire’s just eal. cargo and mails, ee pad Teediey Coy. rinided Shipping :
. with on every hand, he appealed to} eources which alone cau the Ad- o tender willleave the Lighthouse | noronira, Venes a Quifeda, 0 :
. FITTED WITH T P ri the Government for a (Concession ta mairalty win thefexclunive adoption | Jetty, Queen's Wharf tons, 1 dey Cristobal ‘Colon. 90.000 ff
he ros ‘or oil and eventually secu of the liquid fuel for war pu Cs iS
a) - * ce The Cooperation of capitalise. The] With ample olf supplies in tbe wast foponuts, Tess cone 5,000 plane ? {
first well sunk at Burmab, in the west at Trinidad, patebed tof gityaia, Brit tian, Wilkineon, 2131 a
~or~ tbe pessimlate ‘beg and on the fringe of Europe at Egypt | the bo tena, 8} hours, Grenada, G32 tons
fuel | Vincent Jetty at 10a.m on the day of meral cargo no passengers, To



tant

Aude ane
be tan”










vex t

| , HD MAN - HOLE dissatiafled Mr. Kast vented his super. | the question of an ample supply o
; . Quous energy upon’ tne authorities | In time of war was solved. (Loud | sailing, and passengers are therefore New Col. Uoy, Ltd
a ~AND= ecologists and to that indefatigable | tive of Urinidad’s possiblitics were | TAGDALENA,—The HALS, "Mag-
Will b d eorker must be given the exclusive thrown upon the vereen and com: | iUL dalena” iedue here from South. bage corn, begs copes 8 it eat
1 a : .
eas under ration by drilliag, which had mnce | chowing theil wells at Baku werealeo | on Vednesday Sth June, will work fu SARAMAGER, Dutch etunz, Van der Ext,
been carried on. exhibited. strict quarany ne ab thie port, 2101 tons, 27 hours Guayra, 138
es
tractive as a probable field pf profit | son, said eo much bad already been | Jamaica, Colon, Cartagena and Puerto 2
don the subject that it was need- | Colombia on Bunday lzth June; and Privcieio, Venea boat, Rojas, 6 t

3 once more and succeeded ia gettin se.) requested to sce that theie baggage is .
“B “Ai "Hi “H' ther sanction to the sppointment ofa versal excellent pictures illustra: | sent down before that hour, ® Tris Veones slog permeate: gates
B+ . * oo credit of preparing the way for explo- | mented upon by the lecturer. A few | ampton. via Oherbourg aod Barbados pee
- « Summarised, the princi inte sir, Ifen Blake, fu proposing The RMS, *Oruba” Se
» § Lock up Tap Complete, Roast & Steak which made ‘platted “pal Ee at- Ja vote of ihanka to Ate, Beety omp: O due here from New York, via vn TS itoyal Daten Mail. ee
F th,

en al
ale ath rte tena,

e 15 cents. per Ib, able petroleum enterprise were: (1) | eal

' Pp ¢ 1 The favourable indications of petru- |less for bim to eiphasles the im: A day Uristobal Oolou, GD ba

q ‘ EMAININ feum extending over long distances | portance tothe Empire of finding off di i & slay Crtetatat | Colon. as
LA. FEW STILL R NI G, ° where they were unusually exten- { within our own borders which would 1 TreNT, Brit etme, Down, 8027 tons,

a‘ “Briske and Stew— aive displays of natural pbenomena | render usto a certain extent tadepen- | rd class ngerd, cargo 1% hours Barbados, 25 ‘tous ueral

F : auch as were often associated with | dent of the supply from other coun- | for St Michaels (Azores), C cargo, Ldog and 37 goes" for




and Southampton, and Ist class .
sengers only, cigs and walls for Bar- Trinidad, =} tons cargo for Bolivar
per rede as B. Go. th
ESTERWALD, Gerinen stmr, Han
The tender will leave the Lighthouse J "ior 9 yo9 tons, 12 hours, Cacupanc,




1 0 cen's per Ib important oyfielda: £2) the tarourabte, trles. When | wat remembered that
. thon, ot neceveart. structure e use of oil as fuel in the nay:

AND OFFERED FOR SALE BY P "| whic! in eoany casey characterised the | would materially diminish the peces-

strata amidst which the of] sands were | sity for stokers, and would atford the









Age pile See ta.








distributed 3 (8) the estisfacto: {elds | provision for further space for guns, | Jetty, Queen's Wharf at 2p.nr., with '
obtained TAS) hatiow wells Talled atic. It could beessily appreciated o: passengers for the * 0: ba . Aaek t wadeo and 7 gers, Ta .
GRE LL & Co Ltd widely-separated localities; (§) the { what importance a command of the Paweugers are specially notified that PAGEAaAND, Norwgn stmr, Olsen, £30

. L « baggage lighter be despatched to tone, 3 daye Cayenne, 19 caske hides,



roximity of most of the promis! ng ofl oll necessary would be,
5) their] Mr. H. FP. Previte, io seconding. the Homeward Mall will loave the St. |g casks houre and 8 paseengea, To

'
| ol
t . *
RDON, GRANT &. C0. = a | trict to the wea y sod
. - The Port-of-Spaly Gazelle. | sxczesizesisoowcaptice positon et | oe teases alug thes Governments | rolling, and pamenpere'are therefore | p Gordon Grant Cosy
ibis to too f altitude respecting the Industries of | requested Yopostiat thelr baggage te | one, Sdaye Loe Canos,’ U bage

~ London Direct lane] “ peparturus.
ST VIN T UCILDING TRINIDAD OILFIELDS hi... of Steamers, Patacow1a, G rman atmr, Schubert, i
. ———— JOMPASY e' . 3
e CEN B e would be aserious error for the auth: | Indians and the Crown Colonies AVAN
PROSPECTS OF GREATINDUSTRY | orities to impose either an export ined seen ge

IN RELATION 10TIHENAYVY, — | duty, excise tax, or other form of tax] FORECAST OF EMIGRATION BD here from London y A Barbados Ho poo ave, French etmr, Con-

-- ation which would bot only discred COMMITTEES REPOUT, seeding afterwarde to Demerara | tutou, 483 tons, Demerara part of

Arthis time especiully, we are sure | the industry in the eyes of capitalists, — Bere iner Inward cargo no gére, By
that the following resumé of a lecture re the devolpment of the At anearly date, says the Morning af Chas, Leotaud and a °

bot cargo, pasven Ts and malle
delivered In the Pillar Iiall of the New | island's oll rosources. {Applause Post of the 10th Inst. there will be = Clasgow Direct ling Puins FREDEIK. Henorix, Dutch













Trinids
A vote of thanks to the chairman
wascartied on the motion of Mr, Jt

TIURSDAY,-26Tn MAY, 1910,
authorities. he tock that opportunity | Rutherford.
of saying that, in his opinion it




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Bikth May, 1910, °

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: hang lesta: Mark-lane, | Capitalists who accepted . 1
eee hrcA. Liceby Thowp: variable ‘sssociated "with petroleum aes ee Farllament, opantere 7 of Blames. » stnr., Niemag, 1,300 tons, Carapano,
' eon, who Is very poPulas dere among &f mining Jn anew country should be § aign Emigration Coane he ted i. DB ur D

rpof inward BO passen
7 loyal Dated fall eres

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Tra:
large circle, w' read with unusual | amply rewarded for their enterprise if $y, March, 1000. by the Beer of
oe gly “ suerete followed thelr atforts abd the | Bate for ie Goloulen with the Soke (Pre oan ot Arepon walled trom | Coxwtarr, Brit, steam yacht, Jones,
A higbl -latereating lecture on The | authorities could best protect their f Viscount Morley. The | Glasgow on the iith slay a Oh tenn say eene onee
Vilflelds of Trinidad” was glen on the "2 issue lloenecs | obiect of ibis Committes was to in- Sone heen oe bourtbe he ona G pessetgers
& Co. A BA ei by Mr A; Beghy Th bel tee onal ea ie a favourable Joce apie ate tbe ‘uestion of eral ation and will proceed sans aay Vixina, Amor, staur.. Smith, 123 }
” Ryde le . ie ”
of the West India Committee, the terms of royalty if neighbouring | jy carryloy out tb Sok the Damaiee | rare takio eongere and mails, QGuanoco, 3 ton general stores an 5,






ua

oe rotiakilike W, Mat. Ddeckers, By N.Y. and Bermus

Pillar Hall of the Now Corn Exchange rations demonstrated the excep- [ toe’s la have been ofan arduous ony eMau T des

Restaurant, Mark-lane, E.C, The chair pal value of the land. A ten pet i character, A very large number of dienst. catruniue, Dutch stmz,. Hasencot,

Tus Rorat Dores Mam /
a



a one

-. Books,








was taken by Sir Owen Phlbp) cont. royalty, or ite equivalent, on the | witnesses were called, Includlog sotwe
Â¥.0.M G., NLP, and those present Loe | produced oll was the maszimum that | speciat! eantcned tO Louden oon oor a ol New a orks 14k
; chided, Mfr. ‘It. Rutbarford, Deputys| should be luposed on 8 product | tndia, Trinidad, aod Mauritiug sod RINS DER NEDERLANDRN.— {| cocoa, 9 ba and derates tines,
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REMCARNATION OF GEORGE III, |
16 GHORGE Y. BET RE
HAS IDEAS,

WILL PROVE TO BE NO PENNY:
IN-THE-SLOT MONARCH.

7) AM_AUTOMATON WOUND UP EVERY
MORMING BY I16 MINSTERA, DECLARES
WTEAD - W8 MADE KU SECRET OF HIS
OFINIONG AR PRINCE, BUT KING
MAY BR DIVFERENT,

By Wrath Srrap,

Spectal cable lo Neve York Amertcan.

Tandon, May &-When I came away
from my fet tou ' talk with, e

nea, who le now King George

had anim joa that Thad been face
to face with a reincarnation of George
IIL The resemblance did not exteod
to the outward embodiment of the
Georgian sovl, George V, and the
preeent Emperor of Ruasla, are alike
as two peas ina Ede

What kind of King will George be?
Ja the {nterrogation that fs the quer
tion of questions, on the answer to
which much will hang of the firet {m-
portance fot the future of the Empire
and the destinies of the human races.

it ia all more guessing. No one ever
can deduce from the life and conver
sation ofa Prince what the King will

be.

Prince Hal le the mont familiar case
in point, but the late King was hardly
aiees notableinatance of the trans
formation sometimes effected by ac-
tession to the throna.

NEVER POPULAR LIKE EDWARD VII.

George V. may be unlike the late
Prince of Wales, But sufficient ie
known of bis temperament and charac
ter to enable us form a rough con-
ception how he Is likely to frameup as
aeorerelgn, One negative may asfely
be barard It seema beyond the
bounds of human probability that be
ean sever be as popular a sovereign as
his father waa, lie does not seem to
bare it io bin, and that from no fault
of bis own

Edward VIT hed an aheolute genius
for winning the affection of the nation,
He ofiended the prejudices of some,
disregarded the wishes of others, but
nelther one nor the otber bore hlin any
grudge, Ille* geulality. bonhommie
an beartednesa, above all, the

being an intensively human
creature, endeared him to all,

It in a disadvantage that King
George follows a monarch vo far be-
yond acompeerin certain instinctive
aptitudes which unless they are given
toa man in bis cradle bythe good

> taleles, be can never acquire by any
labor of his own,
“NO PRNNY-AN-TRE-ALOT KING.',

To this negative way be added with
equal confidence the positive predic«
tion that whatever eled George V. may
be, he will not ben constitutional king
of the type whyjcb appears to commen:
iveelf to soe popular politicans,
whore ipeal would seem to Le that of
a penoy-in-theslot king’ of an auto-
maton, wound up every morning by
hie ministers, without initiative con-
science or judgment of bls own.

Itis written in Blackstone that tho
King of England can do no wrong; he
is even incapable of thinking a wrong
thought. That of course, anust be in-
terpreted with the rider [un ble official
capacity ase Sovereign i for most of our
kings have compounded for their of-
cia) impeccability in word avd in
thoughts by considerable sicense of
thought and action in their private
capacity.

WEORGK HAW IDEAS OF HIS OWN,

What is certain a that our new

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with admirable effect in bia, speech in
Tandon. vite hae shown smnuch suuod
eenee tn utter Lory
femie In the mae of these to whom they
sound Jikeldarmnsble hereses, When
he wasat the Cape during the wae he
eatd & word for routual for
hearancé.~-When he was ia Jndla, be
rebuked the besetting sla {of the
Anglo-indiane by reminding them
“the teak of governing India will be
made easier if we, on our part infusa
inte Js a wider element of sym
rm PEMIL, NOTIN His DEFECTS
Chief danger of the King will bela
his qualities rather than in bie de-
fects. Ho is conscientions 1 he takes
himeelf very seriously; he works
hard, reads mach, fe very. set: ‘in his
own opinions; be knows that most of
People who swagger on the fore-
top of the Btate have never seen nine
lenthe of the empire which they a
tempt torule He is not ewell-head
but Topoisive, somewhat setf-opinion:
ated, rather brusque in his mode of
s h and it ia not didicult to foresee
there will be considerable risk of con:
siderable smashing of constitutional
crockery unlesa George V learns be
times that the King has to pnta
guard upon bis lips.

ROCHEFORT HERES MENACE IN
BRITISH-GERMAN ALLIANOR.

—
“IT WILL BE A WORLD'S TRAGEDY iF
GRORGK ALLOWS IUMERLY TO BE
INFLUENCED BY KAISER,”

Parla, May &—The death of Edward
VII fs @ veritable ‘calarmmty tn the
politteal erieie in Horgland.” Mis in-
fluence nearly effected one of the

atest political reforms In history,

Vho can say that bis son és Inclined
to follow the father's lead or that he {a
capable of exercising enough fn-
fluence to aucceed F

Herein France we bave one grave
and all-important danger to fear.
Thetis the alliance between England
and Germany. Klog Edward VII.
was a man with a singularly. clear
conception ot, political possibilities
More clearly than any man of our day
he foresaw the direct and indirect
results of each toove on the chessboard
of futernational politica. His efforts
were constantly bent toward estab-
lishing « aceful understanding
between nations, an understandin;
which would be to the detriment o!
none, though, naturally, he always
strove to gee and keep the best for
Kogland. Jie was a patrictic King.
lie was never in sympathy with the
sims and ambitions of hie nephew
the Kalser He knew the full
importance of the rapid growth of
the German fleet, Queen Alexandra
also has always been openly hostile to
the German ruler.

CEASELESS MENACE OF GERMANY.

But will George V. strike to avert
the ceaseless menace of Germany by
forming an alliance with her? Should
our worst fears be walized. France
would stand in a very unfortunate
position. Our alliance with Huasia
would dousfiittle good, Russia her
self would be isolated and in nocon-
dition to lend us ald.

True, the éntente cordiale with
Ingland is a charming thing to talk
about, but Its actual value is slight for

“ prefer

the good of France, ng a
an

It woul

& real treaty, signed, stam
sealed, and forego a light, graceful
exchange of cowplimente between two
Peoples.
The mass of public opimon in
Fogland |simplacably hostile to Ger
din sympathy with France.
‘Abat much | can certify. It also
{a true that the English King fa a

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monarch has nut come to the throne.| constitutional monarch, but English

with bis mind as an immaculate shect
of white paper, upon which hiead
vieers may write what they please.
When iis Most Gractous Majesty is
ofictally advised by his constitutional
advisers that the welfare of the State
demands be should note any specitic
action, he will, of course as jo duty
bound act. upon their advice.

A great and wonderful thing about
the pew King iatbathe isa man who
bas ideas of hie own—potitical Ideas of
bisown. What is, perhaps, more un
precedented still fs that we all know
what theee ideas are,

The qualities of fadicious reserve, of
calcul slience, are not cultivated
in a milddies’ mesa, nor even on the

uarter deck oftheman-of-war, Until

o King waanearly thirty years old,
be had no expectation that he ever
would be called to the throne, so it
was natural that he grew Opa bluff
breeey sailor, accustomed to speak out
hia ought and to alr his opinions
with « freedom calculated to make
Poloniua shudder.

ALWASO FREK WITH OPINIONS,
Lbave said we all kuow what his
ideasare, J should have said what
his ideas were, for the ideas of the
King often diffet~from thoue of the
Prince of Wales, but as Prine
Wales he vever madeany eecret o}
hisideas, He was a keen polltician,
very fund of talking politics, le was
frequently to be found In the lioae of
Cowmons, sod at the dloner table in
the smoking roum he was never loath
togive bis companions a piece of his
mind upon the questions of the aay.
AVbab thoee ideas were, I will not
put ow record here as no obstacle
should be put to the yey of any of
them being. consigned eternal
oblivion, e King bas been reared
in the first fueh of stratise of colonial
Imperialism, Mis tind ever dwells
upon “Our Ocean Kewplre, with her
boundless homes fur ever broadening
yogland and ber throne in one vast
* Orient.”
SPEAK6 FROM PENAUNAL KNOWLEDUE,

When the log epeaks of theee
things bespeaksof what he wren
with bis own eye, tuuched with bis own
hands, Heisthe must widely travel-
Jed sovereign of the world, aud whou-
ever he has come back from hia Jour.
heying among our kinsfolk overseas he
bas brought home deep and ever deep.
ormpreesiona fof their loyalty to the
Crown and of their atlachmeut to the
old country:

ile lea keen observer, a volumini-
ous writer, an eloquent, impressive
speaker. The phrasa which woke up
John Mull was none of jhie lovention
but when he borowed Ie"be used it

A curefor fever and Ague~ Dictur
bance of the stomach and liver always
le attacks of fever and agus,
showing derangeient of the digeative
organs and deterioration in the
quailty of the hloud. In these alluente
te Keblog’s Vegetable Pille have been
found most effective, abating the
Sever and subduing the egue ina few
days, There aresany who ase sub-
Jootto these distressing fisturlauces
and lothese thera is ov beter propa.
retion procurable ag 4 means of relief.

Sfened

sorta ial
upon Be a baton
wees

Th ter, custom and convention de-
mand that the Kinge wishes be re-
spected. lila desires go far toward
sbapiog every act of Parliament.

What are the new King's alma ie
a ery none dare answer. It is pro-
bable he will carry on the peaceful
Policy of his father, with whom,
contrary lo the habizude of reigning
farolliea, be pever had the least
quarrel Tadeed, I was told 1a London
that there was # remarkably close
friendship between the two men, father
and soa

RREEMALANCESVAB AMAZING,

T-waeat the prosent King’s wedding
whon he wae Duke of York, During
agals performance at Covent Garden,
1 could study him at case. Beside
him sat his cousin, now the Crar of
allthe Russias, The resemblance was
amating Ube same features, the same
ebapo af head, both of them Nttls
nen though their parenta were fairly
tal, Both of them bad sn air of
reserve which might have concealed
timidity or strength of will,

Vor the new ing of England—«
country to which owe a debt of
gratitude for ‘the kind welcome it
Ka\e we when | was exiled from my
ownland | wish arviga less troubled
and recarious than that of bie royal

ualn,

France has much to hope, much to
eae from hie assumption of the
ancient Crown of England. Our ho;
is that he may strengthen his father’s
work, that entente cordiale whieh
phough it meansthe peacy of Kurope
fa still eo vague, so badly defined, av
far as (be world at large is concerned
that there fa bardly a nation which is
unalfected by the departure of this
royal stalewwan. Altovel every where
als slrobg influence will be iulssed.
How much or bow long it will be
bilesed depende upon the course follow
ed by the new King,

‘The greatest danger to the wotld'e
peace, ae I pointed out, Ie an alllaoce
of Evgland and Gerwany, or a com:
Uoatlon of thelr bltherto irrecon-
cilable Interests, especially [f the
atkan queetion should be reopened.
Then Gerwany will be free to move
inore openly and act to a wore de
clelve manner thea she ls now alde,
fo absorts every little State that is ina
position to be of use to ber,

I repeat, King Edward's death le
nrourned by the eatle world, Itisa
sad and deplorable event. It will bea
words tragedy ifour woret fears are
realized aud Klong George allows bin
self tobe fofluenced by the German
Emperor and permuaded into an
alllance,

— @
“AVILL HEL CAN HE, OARRY ON

MES VATHERS POLIOY +”

KDITOR UP “La PaTat” TELLA HUW
EDWARD WAS A GUARANTEE OF
A RORLD PmaACR.
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borleon darkens. © rom
oaxiety, it is cacy to see by how slight
thread hanis the so-called Kurepean
moony. Alleyes are fastened upon
the new King for the moment, Ib
must be admitted that ‘he fs an enig-
maticfigure, Hele the myserious X
of an unsolved equation, “He cana do
much @ he canido mith evil
a ised
father’

to carry on his
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ighe willandtf hecan, -
LEOPOLD'S ADVISER ON TIE EF-
FECTS OF EOWAKDS DEATIL
BARON GOFFINET DECLARES ENGLAND

18 ROT LIKELY TO RECEDE ON
NENT.

Brussals, May 8—-Klog Edeard’s
death |é a great international loss.
He was the baffer between
France and Germany, If George V. ie
pot equal to him, Kurope, and ex
pecially Belgium, which is Europe's
cockpit, may ultimately suffer a die
turbance,

Englavd: has gained tor wuch by
Edward's active interferenbe on the
Continent to return to @ policy of
splendid leolatiun. Therefore, it $a not,
probable that there qill be any Inter
national change. It remains to be
seen, howerer, whether George V. hae
euficlent Aghting qualities and pres
tige to serve Lhe peace interestea as suc:
cessfully aa hisfather, >

PAUL DESCHANEL HAS _OONFI-
DENCE IN GEORGE V,

BY PAUL DESCHANEL,
President of the Commission of

Foreign Affaire,

Paris, May 8—The death of King
Edward will be felt asa great loss Ly
France and the civilized ‘world. The
experience, tact and ficesse of the
Eoglsh monarch enabled him to exer.
clea an influence always excellent, re-
stralaing and beneficent, I aay again
that the death of this good, great
Klog fs an evormous Idse for French
policy as well as European.

I don't-Sowever, believe that thie
sad event can niodify the International
situation, The agreements between
ths great Powers depend less upon phe
will of men than wu raphic,
historic, economic and) military ela

song,

Besides, { have full confidence that

Is young successor. brought up !a so
fine a school, wili not deviate from the
path which is pointed out by the iu-
terests of bis immence empiro.—Nero
York American,

THERM.S,P. CO.—A CONTRAST.

To the Editor of the Port-of-Spain
Dear Sirj=1 was pleased to hear b
ear Sir,—I was to hear
the last mall from Barbados that ne
K3L.8.P. Uo, have introduced special
reduced fares for return trips to this
conntry. This is certainly a step jn
the tight direction, although these
special fares will be in force for only a
short period, Atthe same time tse
te no lutimation that the Company i
tend to Improve the accommodation

on the Weet Indian route,

1 should like a few of the ple
inthe Weat Indies who think there is
bo company lke the H.M.S3.0P., andno
steamers to compare with those on the
West lodian service, to take advao-
tage of this .redu¢tion in feree and
when over bere inepect the lines of one
or two other Steauiship Companies iu
order to compare the different accum-
modation givea, Personally I think
the accommodation on the West fo-
dan route caun st compare in any way
with that givea by olber cowpanies,
some of which do less business than
the ALS,

There ls a West India Commiltee
whose object ia, 1 understand, to look
after Ube interest ofthe West Indian
Islands and surely one of the greatest
interesta fa the question of shippin
between those Ielands and EKogiund.’
1 the Commititee, or Club, would de:
vote {ts sttention to this question tn-
stead of wasting money on dinners,
one would feel inclined to give it ra0re
liberal suppo.t thao at present,
When subscriptions are asked for,
one iunmediately thinks “What does
this Committee do fur the shipping
loterest?’ and the answer is “Abelute-
dy Nothing’ and the invitation gains
phe fnhabitants of the West Indi

e@ inks! nte ofthe West Indian
Islands have tosubmit toa Pascenger
monopoly which would not be tolerated
forone moment in auy otber pert of
the world; they muct travel ia old
Duate totally unsuited to the troples,
while the ILALME% Co, run on thele
Brasillag voute aw flog # service of
steaunereas one would wish to travel
ou; although the Cowpany receive no
aubeidy for carrying t @ tualia on this
route. Itneed ly be pointed out
that the walls on this route are much
heavier thao on the West Indian, and
we have the spectacle of an English
Oompany carrying a foreign vountry's
mails free of charge on much fuer
steamers than those provided on
Brithd route, yet In the latter case th
Company recelve payment for the
carrying of Knglish wails, 1 consider
this a disgrace and yet the Weat lodia
UOomailttes do not! ing. It ought to
be thoroughly ashamed of itaelf,

Among other matters, [think that
the smoke rooueon a snip should be
at cast as comfortable a: any other

rt They are the male passengers®
tub Roome, £0 to speak, and yet on
all the 131.81", Co's boata on the Weat,
Indian route they are too small and
always badly fitted for the number of
passengers, Coming home on Lhe as,
* Nile” Jest March, there were about

male passengers who badto make
theanselves coaitortable in @ smoke
mous gbich bad socommodalion for
ttc u con ueoca, the ace
wee packed to wulfosa tion P

pavy could oluy have heard a few
the remarke made by the pemengers
about (be sinoke room ecconimodation,
they would understand the crylug
uved of dmprorement.

As regarue the caterlag, I give below

& copy of two menus ons ofa company
TO PLANTERS.

Fob oo of LAING'S AN
RILLER ee teed y —@0e. ANT

ftbe bonnie. r
ESGLIbh PHARMACY.

Now that b ae gine the itoal carrying fewer
a Ry diverted ine

eesugere than the
P, Ua, and the other meng of
one of lheir on ablpe te s
O88 “MINNEAPOLIS
Osteen}, Ceres ing, Rice and Fresh Cream
Troved Mackerel, Kiprrred Henlogs
Crilled Srek and Tomatoes .
Sauerge and Mase! Potatos
proves cores
F ted ‘Hare
Minced Coal ent Ponched Eg
Veal an’ Poac! zs
fara oi

maclottes V iowa ant es c 10 Order
te3 Vi «
o Chope and Sieake ie Order
Culd Meare
White aed Bown Rats
Toast, Cora Scoces
Eris
jen
Jame and tur 1

Pa Le”
Birk Scoves
"on Rit
If eo,
madres aod Eggs te Ordet
Dhope and Siesks te Order

abd Mi
Farthee comment in this direction Is
eedlese,

There can be no doubt that the
RAM.S.P, Oo, are coining money on
the W.L route and in epite of this (or
because of It) the service jsslowet than
formerly and out of date boats have
pean purchased from other compantes
for thie service. What is the reason
for the anomaly? Is 1} to try to de
ceive the Islands Into granting @ freah
subsidy? Why not form @ Bhippers
Buciety ?

a

Yours &c.
WaLtER ABBOTT.

“ Acre”, **

Th .
West Worthing,
Engilan
May 10.
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£10, in four “A” aod Oud “Hh”
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on the business of explorers, floanciers,
propery, owners and dealers, builders,

« ln Trinidad or elsewhere. Pri-
vate company. The first directors (to
number not jess than two nor more
than five)are to be appolated by the
elgnatories, No remuneration. Kegia-
Hind mee. 1, Queen Victoria Street,

WEST INDIA AND PANAMA TELEGRAPH
0o., LTD.

The report of the directors states
that the »mount to the credit of
revenué for the balf-year to December
Slat le £31,678, againet £32,871 for the
corresponding halt-year of 10v8, and
“the expenses bare been £23,667,
agalost £22100. There ls, therfore, a
balance of £11,120, to which Is added
£1.59 interest’ on iuvestinents, aod
£600 brought forward, makiog an
svailable total of £13,410. It is pro-

that this amount be dealt with as
oluwe: Dividend of 6s. per share on
the tirst preference shares for the six
months to December Sist, £10,368
payment of Os, per share ou the ad
preferenca share on account the
dividends accrued to Wecember 3 s
£2,101, leaving to be carned forward
£310, = West india Commute Circular.
enn
THE FUTURE PROSPECTS OF
TRINIDAD,
Tue following Suterestiog paragraph
tskea from the Ms fommbee tt
“Uoited Empice™ and whit be foperest-
ing reading: =
The West Indies must bo lonser be
claned a4 purely agnoultaral islands.

Io Jamsica there seems to bes good

proapect of the copper deposita io

Clsreadoa belog actiyely worked, while
ta Tunided the ofl iodus.cy bas already
ewerg d {ious the exspermnental atage,
aed will sbortly be established on «
commercial bass. ‘ibe oil boom. which
hag toa largo extent been founded upeo
the dociaion of the Admiralty to Jaciease
the uve of hqud fuel in the Navy, has
‘oeea reflected’ Jo Trioldad, where the

ights fa the southern part ufthe istsod

ve the cil exists are being quickly
appropriated, Options to prospect on
peacly every acre of tbe satlchoes de
linested by Mr Cunonloghaur Craig,
the fas Governmeat ecologist (whe
reads paper before the Paks of the
Tossitute on June t9, 1904), hare already
been wound, god there baa deen quite
arash of new oil companics, of -which
Trinidad Oiltields, Ltd, me the fret,
Toere are alierdy eight compecics jo
tbe field, lacludiog the General Petro.
leum Propecties uf Trinidad, which bas
acqaired the Goaysguayue Concealon,
(ha Tnaidad esters Outeldae the
Guspo (Trioldad) Ol Co, Lid 7 the
Triaided Soatbera Uullelde, Lid. the
Trinidad Cedtos Un Ca, the Petroleum
Options, Ltd, acd the Angle-Trias
Odbelds, Ltd. de with rubber,
public sppears to put an even bi
valoe cathe “propoaitions” thea

tnd olrady the sh

tbe several 6 wpe are quoted
pesuiuw. Tors is gotbe Tn
aad is will be guxt, too, for P,
Spela uf ber cusens decide thaMgie

bour schous formulated a few years
back must be procerded with, av that
vessels will be able to come alongelde
acd teke io oil fuel fostead of iyieg
sorere!] miles cot in the gulf, a9 they
atenow compelled to da”

Sree
ODENTOL

ia the cnt relsooblog and delighfal
A ea ee
ENGLIGH PHABMAOY

u

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ENGLISH PHARMACY

Spain ‘GAzertR THURSDAY MAY. 26 1910

Johnson Boxes Bight Rounds on} The wins
ee Sahay” i=)

Funeral of Hrs, Huggins,

THe faneral of the late Mra. Henrietta
Hogaine, which cocurred at the rire "
of 73 yeara at ber $ residence. 58
Gordéa Btreet, took place on Tuceday
afterraon last at Holy Trinity Osthe-
dral, Rev, G. If Bacvett efficiatiog with
Mr. Ay Walko ae Organist. At the
requeat of the deceased («mong bet Isat},
the Hymo “On the resurrection mora
wae sung, and © Thy will be done” wos
chimed, The bearers were Messrs
tleary acd Aodrew Haggins {ree Ww
and hh Hagelon, and © V,and F
M. Balsnd (grandanns} — Tha mourners
were Mra K Kckel, Mis R Hi seston Mr
Henry Hugava, Me and Mos, L
Buland, and 84 gt 'debildeen, Ardoog
those who sitended tha faceral were’
Misees Powell (3), Me and Mrs. Evrle,
Me aod Mra Wrleos, Me A E Boland,
Me and Mre McNamara, Mrsaod M
Drigns, Mtesee May aod Silva Bole
Mra O L Devid, Mrs Spence, Mra
Miss Rawlias, the Misses (3) Farrell,
Mes Jules E Attale, Mes J Armstrong,
Mre and Bties Lack, Misses (2) McOomie,
Messra O E Telfer, E acd R Rovenin,
Geo, Paotio, Me and Mre Claude Reece,
Miss MQ Brown, Mes Steele, Me RA
Bteele, Miss J Pantin, Miss A Bros,
Miss Lake, Misses (2) Attate, Me
Arnndel', re L Lath, Mesra HL.
Young, A Cadet, Mrand Mes. Wattley,
Me G‘Prrez, Me 8 Dil’o0,;MrC E Fess
sell, Me W Hobinsoo, Mr A Van Gouldt,
MeG dpeocer, Mr E Reece, Me Jos.
Lyder and Miss Lyder, Me O'S Hack
ebaw, Mrs Wiltshire, Mrs Campbell.
Willams, Me V Inniv, Misa E Speccer,
Min B Ribeiro, Mra acd Miss Withoall,
Me AL Lape, Miss M Saspertas,
Misa L Lett, Misa M Kiog, Misa A
Daf, Mra Cheltenham, Ales A Brunton,
Mise M Yates, Misa L Barber, Mea AL
Inniss, Me Brash,

Several floral wreath were eent by
aympathisirg friends. We beg to offer
Guseeendolence to the sorrowiog rela-
thee

The Truce of God
A KING'S BEQUEST,

1

What darkness deep as wiotry gloom

O'ersbadows joyous Bering?
In _veln the vernal orchards’ bloow,

Valaly the woodlanda sing.

Round Royal shrot
A mournful crowd .
Ie all now left of One but yesterday «
Kiog.. a

+ Ob
Thrones have there been of hatefal
red fsme, to
Reared upon wanton war:
He we have Jost still laked his name,
With Pesce, at home, afar.
‘or peace he wrought,
fils constant thotght
Being how to ableld his Realm against
strife's baleful etar,

iW,
So let us now all seek to wrest
Fron fateful feuds release,
And, mindful of his wise bequest,
From factious clamoura cease 3
Treading tha path he trod,
The sacred Truce of God,
The path that points and leais to
patriatic Peace.
ALFRED ACATIN.

“Corpus Christi

J —

To-day the feast. of Corpus Chilsti
the usual procession of the Biessed
Sacrament will be held after the High
Masa: the order of the Procession will
be as follows: ~

L Acolytes and Cross bearer,

2 Children of Nativity Suclety.

3. Girls of Belmont Orphanage,

4, Rosary Confraternity.

5. The Pupils of &t. Joseph's Con-

vent,
6, The Society of Our Lady of Mere
7. Lea Amaotes de Jesus. ve 7
& Boys of Belmont Orphandge.
0 St. Thomas’ Boys.
10, Holy Name Sodality,
IL, Popils of St. Mary's College,
12 The Clergy.
13 The Blessed Sacrament followed
Uy. Men, then by Women,
embers of St. Vincent de Paul
Soclety to form guard of honour,
——

"Daily Mail” Empire-Day Rif
‘ Competition

—
The local team shot for the «
Mau” Cop at the Cocorite
Tam onEmpire Day,
was good, very alight w
Hight somewhst too brilllant for rifte
shooting. Sooring wy however, ver
fair indeed, the total of 723 bela
better than last year, but on That
occasion the weather was parllcularly
unfavourable. The Bange- U6)

Dail
a, Henge ah
fod, but the

SITUA Lea ac
« Ferrelra.and F,

the TLV, Sergt.-lastructore it, ba

Link and E, Dewsan of the permavent

staff, The followlog are the SCOPES fae

it 3 300 wo
tJ. Macgilll
Leo NeJonae’
stone, V.D. 3g
Sgt.-lastr. P. Cae
sldy ~» = 8D
Mr, Mex Smith st
ree |
26 Pond 3

Tile,

D. Young
— eee
2b 40 1200 723

ee — — eevee

by th
erabere
to those

Rart ia

mepWoned above, aleo
the cautest, but onl; the deke
scores are allowed
Macgillivray je Pardo:
hla v8, it belong the
bas ever made, Ca;
gctome ries Officer,
rgvent Major 8. B. Nemmond,
tant Cocretary, TRA. and wen

epee Rentlemen Were present during

a
Forging bhead
isto pubs een ts LaInag

bg
WHATE PINE ;
Nite TINE COUGH syRUP

be tbe five

Sethe t Lost by let T,

sie 10h doy at ‘vale oa
owe Urant—'

1 Deed be

Lsigee foe B7U.0U, 3 Bei
Veleatios, Clerk ddr, J
Ooureve Bley ete, Lasaa'e Ottios,

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——
CHAMPION SUBPRIeKE 2,000 sSPECTA
TORS AXD HIMSELF BY YiNE
SHOWING AGAINST TERER
MEN,

San, Francleco, Cal, Sunday, 18th
Inet ~Jack Johneon did his first gymna-
slum tralning this afternoon, an
muspicions aa to the céndition of the
coloured heavyweight were entire}
dispelled by the way fa which be did
bis work.

Before a crowd of about two thou-
sand persons Johnson went through-
foundup by bosing eight’ full: three

und U Ting e! (Wy
minute rounds. Whee the last bout
was Over Johnson was fot even draw:
ing along breath. That he could get
ready forthe comin fight in three
weeks wte the general opinion,

The negro was pleased with himeelt
and remarked to bis friends that
better than he had imagined. Veteran
followers of the game had their yes
opened br the way in which Johnson
tackled the ahead of bim.

To crery department of boxing he
showed himelf 4 master, His first
three rounds was with George Cotton,
as negro from Chicago. Cotton weighs
about 185 pounds, and Johnson found

4, [ia dima willing worker, For ait bis] Staff Educati

weight Cotton ovuld not get inside the
champion's nd Johnson died
his dusky opponent much as he would
asack of wheat, He drew blood with
a wicked uppercut In the «second

od,
“Marty” Cutler, alao a member of
the sparring staf? brought here from
Chicago, wasa second opponent. Out-
Jer is smalier than Cotton,
bored much with Johnson. The pair
put up a# fine three round bout, in
which Johnson's defenstve work was a
feature, Jack almost d
inthe second round and the latter
the word to go easy In the

“Denver Jack” Geyer, « heavy-
weight from Los Angeles, who has had
aocuuple of fights with “Spe” Wilils,
wound up the closing two rounds, and
it wae well Yor Geyer that he was fo
shape, or otherwise be could not have
takon the punishment administered.

Because be was to work inthe gympe-
sium Johneon did little work on the
road in the morning, but he will be
back atthe fourteen mile grind to
mortow. Hie next bozing will be
doue on Wednesday afteranooc, when
he will give ** Dave” Mille a chance
to put on the gloves. Little also hae
acouple of other heavyweights who
are to be tried out.

1t was announced this afternoon by
Rickard that the second conference
looking toward the selection of a
referee will be held to-morrow after.
noon atJohnson's training quarters,
Jobneon jnsiete on that programme
pecause he does not want to break
training to,come into the city, As
yet no settlement is in sight,
SEFFRIES GOERS FOUR ROCNDS WITH

6 BOB Y ARKETRONG.

Ben Lomond’ Cal Bunday 15th inet.
Jetfries delighted a crow
visitors thie afternoon by
fast rounds with ** Bob”
there wasto have been more borloy
but Choylotki was elightly ill ang
Armstrong was bot keen for ah ex:
tension of the four round , limit.

Jetfctes did Ave miles on the road in
the morning uoder # hot oun,
afternvon, show lasted about an hour,
Among the visitors were John A,
Kelley, actlog Mayor of Sau Fran-
cisco; Sheritf “Tom” 3Finn, and
Supervisors John J. tHerget ang
“von” Deasy, all of San Frantvisco,
aad *Charleyâ„¢ Eyton, of Los Angeles.

jog four

After completing hie work yester-
day

Jeffries devowd the evening tu
pleasure, He entertained his friends
ata chicken chitth dinner and
jater {n the eveving was ope of a
party that went to a dance of the Hep

non
adefiries took his first drink since
syerting to train yesterday afternoon,
He split a bottle of stout with bls
bustoess partner, “Jack” Kupper.
The fighter explained that with a
goodly partof thegrind still before
dim he did not want to grow stale,
aod that a drink of porter or ale
occasionally would be beneticlal,

“—

Cricket.
* BONANZA
PE

2ND CLASS COM+
~ Tone

6 —_—

MoovERNMENT PRINTING V TANTTY,
astute match was played on Shamrock
ground on the Zith, Government
é‘rinting batted tirst and scored Vi
eune—Cnachs $87, Edwards 13 ana
Yeltery 12 Trinity reptied with the
meagre score of BA None of their
men were able to get into douls
Bgures. Worrell and Morle begged 4
tor 6 and 8 for Ju respectivels
Government Printing.

eo

GU. et St Joseph s~Jas, A. “Josepu

(Ueptein} BP, Phillipa K Adams, A,

Joseph, J. Wilsoa, ‘I, Paul, ‘I, Sealey,

Z weey, J. N, Lashley, it.

Wlozey M. Geralr, P, Blauchtield,
Members are ssked

Railway at 9.90 am, sharp

THISTLE 2ND ELEVEN V CONSTABULARY
‘Tbe followin,

ou ‘Thistle

HL, k,

owner 2
a ?

The follow!n will represent
acute aetaoy ikeate Gardens to-
ue a sharp i

4. “Mochtord (Captain), Ne Urell? te
Johustone, U, Green, U, Norman, \V.
Dewitt Satay. Sensut
Ubsot Ith pane WY Johustove,

p Day. ale

‘or3 wickets, Grell 131 not

Gh "Murris 13. Chinssiogh i ee

orcs Shinasio °
stone tok 8 wickets for ft TUBA,

REWARD Oo}
wh,

FFERED to soy om
) tasy produce the following apers
Ottive of the * Hor.of-Spalg Gar
‘bareday
thy, 290 t—e2 Desa
JLAVIL Fol, 505, aod
from Gowree Mabradge ta Bhaggy

uy Cwil Paw
Od cover,~ied.

@ 268/10 wub copy 6:

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Saturday last, Ja the ¢
toulo v Calpateah, for i
certeln day in May Qaim
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ation resembling *
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Mey J. Hee ther~of

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No more Const
more Dyspepsia!
Bilious attacka! Mey
Headache! Noe
and Liver

You can be ¢
Abbey’s Salt wi
disorder aris
Stamach, Liver
as you are that (i:
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TRINIDAD.
NOTICE js hereby gh
tore and pervesd
Tesch do a auras
oes p! ie je
Gland (who died 08
iry 1910 and whose Wi
Tharles Jailas B
pale

afbor that date
Pascad bo dietrlbate

Ceving reser oe

Ne ol
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Eat be will noe be Hable

TRINIDAD, 7
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K'ng Edwards death voaltects asit
affecta Englishmen. The of
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sovereign {shouts of “you are our
King”), but the moment Ireland gets
a eonstltution aud the King of
Ireland mes the head of a free
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desirous of participating Ia fa and per | sengers struck agalost the lnterroga.
haps of leading a orid'’s Peace | tlone under the new tmmigration
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acht * Brynhild ” while racin
xetome, capsized and sunk, bu
the destroyer “ Havock " rescued all
previously, While the “Shamrock
was stretching her canvas at anchor,
a submarine fouled ber through some
defect in its steering Pand would
have sunk her, but for the crews
smartness with the anchorchaln, A
tug towed the submarine away.

THE POWERS AND) THE CURE-

The “Dally Mail" says, Koglaod
and France have prepared a note,
directing the Cretans.to abandon their
attitude towards Turkey, otberwise
they will face alone the consequences
of their contumacy, Russia and Italy
it says bave ado aalimilar course,

penhagen vices state that the
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tender its collective resignation to
Kio Frederick upon bis return frou

BafOlSE ON AIS OWN PETARD.”
A Madrid despatch reports that a
Lom) was exp! yesterday neat ihe
monument to the victinoe of the bomb
attempt on King Alfonso at bis wed-
diag, the intention being to destroy the
monument. The sol le viction wae the
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NOANS OF THE DIING MINGLE WITIT
CHEERS OF THE LIVLNO AG Liar
. OF DAT SREAKA.

Ban Joed Costa Nica, Friday.—

Nothing je left ight of Uartano,

the ancient capital of ta itica,

which was destroyed by an earthquake

4] on Wednesday evening. excert a few

buildinge in the outekirte of thea his
lo city,

As tha dreaded darkness fell again
the city was one vast pyre.

More than a thousand — persone

tished in the ruins, Hondreds are

log frera thelr wonrld¢ and stayva-
{ony and, jal the sucvivors of the
easter are homeless.

With the break of dawn to-day the
horror of the situation was accentuated
avd it grew worse hourly. When a
red sun arose over the horizon and dis-
sipated tbe pall of darkness that bun
over the stricken districts it waa wil
saddened hearts that the community
viewed the ruins of the city.

Itesene parties from San José and
othernearby cities have taken more
then five hundred dead from the
ruins, Panic still reigns throughout
the proyince — President Gonzales
Viques and the President elect, Uene-
ral Ricardo Jimenez, are in charge, of
the rescue work. Martial law is og
enforced rigidly.

Loss {xchEDs $25,000,000,
Ons

Tropert ie cou:puted at more
than F550, 000. ° Pa

Hospitals and private homes in San
José are filled with the dying and
wounded, Hundreds of eurvivore are.
camped outside of the stricken city
and are being fed at public expense.
Unicss immediate relief comes from

other citlee ecores will die from atarva-

tion,

So far as it can be ascértained
to-night no Americans have perished.
Armed troops have to«lay prevented
looting, and aside from ‘the excite
ment and terror among the sucvirors,
alinost perfect omer has prevailed.

Complete details of the earthquake
have been brought to San José by the
refugees. ‘lhe fret shock, which lald
waste the entire city, occured at ten
minutes before seven oclock on Wed-
neaday evening, It came without
warning and continued for about
eighteen seconds, iuildings collapsed
as though they had Leen cunstructed
of straw, and nearly one thousand per-
sons were burled beneath the debris of
their own homes.

Conservative estimate, to-night place
the fatalltles at double the tirat esti-
soate of Hveé hundred, which was given
by the * Herald’ correspondent last
night from advices which he received
iu Managua, Nicaragua, A most im-
mediately after the disastrous shock,
clouds of dust turned the city into the
datkness of mid night. Throughout
the night, huodreds of survivors io
searching for their relativesand friends
filled the air with lamentations,

Every telegraph operator in the city
had been killed, and this, with the
destruction of the wires, made it im-
possible to summon aid until survivors
afoot reached San Jusé, hours later.
Haulroad trafid was impeded badly,
and the terror-stticken people were
helpless, Many believed Lhat dan Jové
Alajuela, the neareyt cities, had
suffered the same fate and considered
Ubat appeals to these cities would be
useless,

MURRY AID TO el RVIVORS

When the first word of the disaster
reached San Josd shortly before twelve
aclock Wedfesday night. President
Viguex at @ summoned al] avaiable
doctora and nurses, and, with a supply
of medicines, started on # special tian
fof the stricken city to give first aid te
the eurvivors,

Upon his arrival in Cartago early
yesterday the President Found the
«streets clogged with the dead and dy-
ing. Throughout the day the hospital
corps rendered every assistance. ‘I’
boapiteals were erected in the outekirte
and survivors were pressed into ser
vice to rescue the wounded. Seven
carloads of provisions have reached

tional trainload ia being despatched
from here to-night.

Slight tremors continue to-night.
The terror of the people continues
and thie fear has spread to neighbor-

towns in the Province of Cartago,

tk of rescue has been iupeded by

i}fatling walls, which have bluhed the
ttreete,

From refugees who reached here
carly tonight, ibislearpt that several
anall towns near Vactago Including
Paralso, which is the seoond city in the
province were destroyed by the earth-
quake, and that the suffering ia these
cities is even greater than in Cartago,
because of the fact that aid has not
been sent from sutrounding cities, No
reporte hare been received asto the
nuciber of dead and wounded in the
emaller towns,

Messages of condolence were recely-
ed for President Viquez to-day from
President ‘Taftand the Secretary of
State, Me Knox, aud were forwarded
tohim in Cartago tonight Diploma:
Ue reprvsentatives here have officially
advlved their government of the divas
ter, and have asked the privilege of
contributing to the relief funds for
the thowands of penniless tino,

POYULACE IN Pasig,

Beenes of violence
which prevailed In the s
tago for hours followin

soruer

are described in a graphic manner by | work

surtivorea whoare now ip dan Jose,
Fron the bourof the shock untildawa
of Thursday morning, the greatest
confusion prevailed, Frou every
alley and duurway came panic-stricken
eurvivoreln hordes tighting for their
lives through tbe clouds of suffocating
dust andswoke. When two crowds

approaching from opposite directions | tee
met in the pitch darkness there almost | 10 8 seafariog life in ©
was & murderous contlict. | shipped

invartabt
Ja theee baud to hand struggl

wv aod children participa
Bese whohad orca bed being crushed
t

laze, lovt thelr hives in defending
feud which they bad rescued {roa the
debris of their homes Adding to the
horsor of the aftuation came the cries
of mothers who were seaichiug for

men,

It is easter to prevent thad it ls to
eure, (nilecamalicn of the lungs 1s the
ney! outls. aod

it in the syste

kles = Anti-Coms

round the smaller towao
France,
foog, dreadful Hae of coutine labour, per-

forming during t.
ty of Gan E eighe é the day and traveling at

aud
the latter
ha
which bas

him ae proved of the

sercatatic batt,
{wa bere that be frat
fghteee beloons and the remarkable

. ney clasma the credit of ducovering

Paulb

ition ts the soastretion of

B lodgueat + Gret appenraeee as 8 fiyer
wade

fo deal with, Treatinent fog Bight of Bfieeu miouies,

ed. out by the collapse of the heavy

walls.

For hourt and bours thie batule of
brute force thie steugsle for | exle-
tence~ continned, Amid the sceves
of btoodstred and disorder scores were
kneellog ovte the ruins of thelr homes
and over the bodies of their dead.
offering prayers for deliverance, And
above thie elamor came the heart-
tending cries of little children who
bad been made orphans, Some went
fosane before the brilliant sunlight
broke through the dense clouds of dust
esrly Thursday tuorning.

ONG NIGHT OF HORROR

ithas beens terrible alght of horror
for those who cecaped death, and,
although bowed down with sorrow,
thousands gave shouts of joy
when the seemingly never endin

knoss gave way tothe first raye vo

sunshine, Expressions of joy and
thanksgiving soon turned to utter
ances of horrow, as the survivors
viewed the mnagoltude of the calamity
which had befglien thelr city, As far
asthe naked eye oouid veo there was
nothing but death and rulo,

Discouraged‘and disheartened, Luo:
dreds of survitora started on the long
tramp over the hilltops to San Jose.
They carried with them their worldy

ions. It waa pitiable sight to
look upon as the long line of haifclad,
silent and footeore refugees marched
into the cApital city of the republic,
Hluddled together like frightened
sheep, they soon were asleep in the
puble parks in the hegrt of the city.

Amid the rulos of the ancient city is
&@ wass of marble and granite, covered
witha thickcoating of dust and ashes,
This repreeents all that is left of the
tmagniticent Court of Justice, which,
through the generosity of Mr Andrew
Carnegie, was erected at a cost $100,
00u, neath the ruins of thie

lace of peace, scores ct bodies are
buried. Dr. Locanegrs, Guatemalan
Envoy tu the Oartago Uourt of
Arbitration, whose wife and child are
amoog the dead probably fs fatally
wounded. He Js being brought to San
Jose to-night.

One of the historic buildings
destroyed was the Coilege of the
Silesian Fathers, which was eroc’
more than two centuries ago,
Many of the oetudenta were crush-
ed beneath the ruing and only
three escaped uninjured, They have
remalned in Cartago to minister to
the needs of the dying and wounded.

Another of the finest stractures to
crumble and totter to earth was the
Church del Carmen. Because of the
fact that the ancient town had suffer.
ed continuously from earth shocks
since the muddle of fast month hun
dreds of persons were gathered in the
editice when the fatal shock occur
red, Few of these escaped uninjured,

REACHED WIDE AREA,

TLe diesste. was not preceded by
any activity of the volcano Peaz or
other volcanic vents. The shock was
felt throughout Costa Rica and in
parts of Nicaragua, Great fiasures
opened at many places in the volcanic
zone,

The damage to {he tramway and
raudroad hasbeen so great that trafic
almost ls atastand still, The railroad
leading to Port Lamon on the east
coast bas also been damaged badly.

Several persons whom
thought had perished were to-nigh
brought from the ruinw of buildings
alive and sent tothe hospitals, ‘Their
conditiou ia believed tu be critical,
but the fact that they survived under
the weight of tousoft debris for forty
eight hours was a gteat surprise to
the surgeons engaged in the rescue
wok. .

Is seems certain that had the
dissater occurred a few hours Jater
practically every pervon residing in
the city would have perished. At the
time the shock cawe tmoany were In
the open, and this prevented ajnuch
greater lose of butawa life, bo

long the pictu ua leva:
leading from ban Soro to the ered
clty scores of dead were found
today. Exhausted by their search
for the ea of thelr relatives who
perisbed, and suffering frou hunger,
they fell by the roadside

While the shock which destroyed
the ancient capital of the Itepublic
wasfelt hereon Wednesday evening
the damage was sight. ” In sone
business houses and hommes windows

y will not exceed gl
oke and stores are closed, howeocn,
aod business Practically Is at a
standstill Thousands bave journeyed
to Cartago to give asalsiance ' ta
friends and relatives and to aid ig
clearing away the rulneof the elty,

ere
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Me Paulhan’s Romantlo Career

Me Uanthan who bes won the “ Dail
Mail's” £10,000 pilze for flying from
London to Maochenter bas fad @ vat
fOmants career es

Now one of the world's
men, act a0 very long ago
log Somethiog less thau four pound
wouk as an orci sary mechanig ia an 6:

lane factory Ho began life as a per-
ormer ta a travelling circas, touring
aod villages in
Hus lot, as be puts it was one

feadiog flying
he was earn

Paultran, hicse!f combioed the
Of & general eogiover and that of &

He was a bareback rider
Crpert tightioye daacer. la
Capacity, he remsrked secentiy
learned the art Cf balancing
utmost value tu

ce,

bg the ciscus at the aga of eigh
@ 18 now Caly twenty ais) be (uot
bich capacity he

te @ euler on a jive of boats

that vy between France sod Japan
the rulus of tbe tottering yond ¢

feroiog-polat fo bis career came
wo uf youre later when be
ateer the First Gents the
wa of the French Army.

beosme soqusin-

vol

of M. Santos Dumont, who by the

Bat cramped by the lack of means M.

an for loog was foesed to Holt bis
modele,
wat aot

uuitl last yoor, whea be made a

atter he llew for aa how aod

tnates,
ate aad three weeks

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seats

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Hardware,

«FANCY -
He [begs to draw ad
sacgo saipment ff gh
bas jase recarag
Suestce “Lrowe ga
foal rie ve
lonally low _
HETAIL, 050 be

tlon of same, ho.

A tisit to bie
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~ —~——s =f extremely gow and offer exceptional in-
~— . ™ Idacements foz capitalists,
Auction Salo The Loandaties are :—Oa the Nortl

by lenis of the Eerl of Dandonald acd
Jmperial Jaade, on the South by lands of
Wordbrook Evtate, om the Kast by Lonp
Circular Road, aod oo the West by land
of Btoce and lands of Morne, And will be
told sabject ta conditions which will le
tec at Chotala, For farther particular
epply,to Mr, Henri A, de Rowslere, bb
Solicitor, ot 103, Qaeen Street, Vort-of-
8, aio, where» plan of the property can be
beseen atany time and permission gives

to inepe 6.
Dated this 23rd ay, of May, 1910,
LOUIS JOUN & CO.



—FOR=.
SATURDAY, 28Ta MAY, 1910,

aT THE
AUCTION MALT, No, 27, Broadway,

~oOor—

ARD wool Washetand, Tables, Blocks
[ » P, Weieng Dek, P. P, Blind
{sortable for cttive}, Cigare'ts Machine,
lirge Bird Cae, Meat Safe, Incubators,
Beooder, Coanter, 1 rubber tyre Vicioris,
T Double Baggy, 1Gtg, 1 Wise Bin, old
Wood, Cedar Duress, aod suodrite as
amsy appear.


























“eeu Cem, Ancctionte a,
GEO. A. QUENT. FOR SALE.

T Saa Fernando, property No 113,
Coffee Street, measuring 50 x 100 with

& wo storey buildiog thereon, A cash
archarer con make a bargain. am.
For farther particatare apply to -e
LIER, ca

NOTICE.

HOSE ioterested are reminded that
the Address prepared by the Cum-
mutes appointed at a Meeting of the
Past Popils acd Fnends of bt. Mary's
College held on the 23ed diy of August
last will be preseoted to Father Neville
oo Suoday nextthe 29.h lust. at 990

a.m. preceel
M. tase SMITH Jar

_ . Hoo. Beeretary

AUCTION SALE.

No. $, LA COULEE STREET,

pus undersigned will aeil by Pub‘ic

Acetion on Saturday, 28th dey of

May, 1910, ab 2 p.m, osmely,
Two Wooden Housea, covered with

gairknizsd tron, levied upon for arresreof '
and rent due by Alice Hesslwool,

JOsEEH Pall
Lied, Bailiff snd Avner

for Ti A
2st May. 1910. awa Board

De SILVA’S

Stables

—AND~<

Undertaking —Gepartment.

63, ABENCROMBIE ST,

i DS

Bullostor.g
13, 6t. Viacent Street,
Port of-Spaip, 4tte May, -1910)

FOR INVESTMENT
AMOUNTS rROont

_ $100 to $500-

Apply to ANDREW LANY,
Solicitor.
14, Bachville St, May dth2 a-w-3w,

enaT clock iy G

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Wiss apays Sheetal

6 vcluk pm f

o'clock p au.
TavesDaye~

o'clock pt.
Be Seleck p.m
Tan? O'clook Pm,
ine
B18 Pte +
ciDave~Ty7 peaking ge
Lectuars—Ua

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24 FOB
cee TERED

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FRivays— e
Invending Stedentt a
fa their names t¢ Un
45 the inetitate

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—.

MARSHAL'S OPFICE
14th May, 1940,
To the Bapreme Court of Trinidad and

Tobago.
Sammery Joriediction—Port-of Spain,
No, $12 of 1010,
Ta the matler of
James A Chan

veraue
Ratteosiogh & Bhagwantia,

Nouce is herevy given, that there
will be pat op for sale at the Mat-

rbal’s Auction Mart, No. 3880. Vigoenl

Street, Mort-of Spain, on Hatarday, the

28ib day of May 1910, at £2 o'clock, noon,

3 bage cocoa, 1 gold necklace, 2 gold beag
ea

‘
Lbere will aleo be put op for cate before
the doors of the Police Soation at Care-
picheima, on Monday, the 90.4 day of
Mey 1910, at 12 clock, noon.

boright title and interest of the de-

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or
fendunte § code te. d *
Telephone 297. with salrapland ira, standing oa tarde of 3 N ,
ha sald defendante at Ca UN IN U ;
MONEY Ward of Coura, rela, ta the
Ae ee ae alley. 1 Drsy Cart, 1 Cab, 1 Mole, 1 Bet Mer noun rs
on Jew yr s .
TRINIDAD LOAN CO, nese, 3 Bodeteads, i Bprian, 2 Deswifonne, p Te Oldest fr

& Pradertek Rireet,

PIANOS FOR SALE

——

1Gna, t Mortar, 1 Cow, 4Go ata, L Haddle,
2 Basketa, 1 Press, 1 Cocos ill, 2 Tables,
bas Set a ce
ugs, } Table, 2
Levied upon fo the above matter,
CLEMENT FRY, LIGOURE,
Deputy Merabal,





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parchave syetom on easy vies Roy ‘ MARSDAL OFFICE: deity tor tte lon 5
sy ‘ im No 6 Charietie Be, Ia the Bupreme Court of Trinidad aad tos by Ligtesieg, OF
ee ee Fammary Jorisdiction, Port-of-Spalo. celipphae 5
Geo E. licLean No " wee the Matter of - | M, REID on
WATCH REPAIR ER 3 Willem Jobs Dastas aud otbere pith 3 sTOKse,



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The tative Block ta-Trade of the De- f siuice tbe serentesohh of



semia woge

fendaye consisting of Drage, Chemicals,
RTT by bar.
o.utrested by 7

Patent Medicines, Toilet Asticles (lnclad

NOTICE,






THE acdenigad by deed dated ded log Soa Porfumer
[ Muy At lava apoowenh ahs {og Soaps, erlumery, ete Ainecal Tragatete Bond,
Whisky'of Bae Rapbeol ii the Ward ot | Liecote Wanat Case Lraociet dashing a meee hie






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Will Cost You
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DAILY FEED FOR YOUR
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AEN DERSON’S

HAVE JUST RECEIVED A FINE ASSORTNENT OF

“OH! SO EASY”

AFETY RAZORS

‘" With 12 Additional Blades,

WN THROUGHOUT THE WORLD

-Â¥OR THEIR VALUE AND WORKMANSHIP,
They are well put up in beautiful Satin Linod Boxes:

FITLEKAN SHOULU DO WITHOUT ONE.

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. FRESH ARRIVALS OF

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—AT—

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WOHING SPADES—No, 0, 1, 2,
mUDING HOES—No, 1, 2, 3. §

GING HOES—No, z, 3, 4.

DA PRUNERS—Gilpin’ and "Arcade

AXES;— SOLID STEEL.
D E'S AGRTOULTURAL FORKS

. ARE MOUTHSSHOVELS—No, 3, 4, 5,

TOODEN *« HAMDA.

f; MOUGES FOR OANKER—4,"58, 3-4, Lin.
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CROOKING PADS & BASKETS
LE BLANKETS—White and Brown,
: COLLARS—téins to 2Uins
MOODLE SERGE—Check,*Blue, White’
F *ARKED REIN ROPE

TARP AUTEINS:

we “BIRKMY RE“ OLOTH~-READY ,MADE in’ the following
TOR x 4f, Bf x Eft, 10ft x Ble, 12ft X,10f, Lehre 10f,

Frank Millers Harness Dressings

HE ARCADE

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" Asa mark of

thanked the bandemen very much.

under the comman:

of Captain
sf

talon. received at ele;

in progress in Nicara;

time t

maicans.



I
Souris poem) an esteemed
eondent sends us the following

road” published [nthe

Scoteman” of
bank of the Tweed near Yair Brid,

to Patrick Cockburn, son of the
Justice-Clerk of Scotland

the Forest’,

guili

earessin
But soon
away.

circular of

froportant quantity. of

other descriptions was Include

stant, although no general pressure to

sell was manifested, little reeponss
was met with from buyers, who show
no disposition to increase thelr pur-

chases,beyond a hand [to niouth base,

“Trinidad has remain neglected, and
the moderate quantity sol. marke a
reduction of 6d per cwt. Grenada and

similar fale manufacturing cécoas
have estabilshed an irregular dectine
of Gd to fully Ie per owt. Ceyloa was
well represented in both serice of auc
tions and was chiefly withdrawn 3 pri-
vately a motierate business has taken

lace with frices in buyers’ favour,

‘orelga kinds continue very slow of
sale, suitable supplies of Guayaquil on
the epot beleg very limited.”



Harbour and Marine Notes.

The New Trinidad Lake Asphalt
Company's lagoch “Carib” le now un-
dergoipg repsirato ber machinery at
the bande of Mesars, Arnott, Lambie
& Co, ofthis city The “Uarib” ts
nota Venezuelan launch nor hes sha
been at any time on the docks at La
Guasyra as stated fn our Issue of Tucs-
day, Weregret the error,

The FM. 8. “ Guadelou
Five at 6 a.m., today from

tte andwill Jeave afterwards for
France via Martinique aad Guade-
Joupe with the following passengers t
For Bordesux-Mr, Jean Giuseppl,
Blaater x Glaser) pl Nr verona k a
Me. A. Dreyfus, Mr, Josep!
G, Fericellfand Mr. J, Fericelli,

‘The Britleh steamer " Saba” arrived
on Tuesday from New York via Gre-
pada with 1,300 tons menerel cargo and
$5 tone cos] and the followlp a=

ert, Prom Grenada—Miee er,
Sie. J.Gleav, Mr J, Phillips, aod 16
deckers. She proceeded down south

esterday to discharge her cargo for
righton.

¢ 8.8. “Westerwald” of the
1 tue Lmertons line arrived yee
terday from Carupano after @ rua of
13 hours with ai packeges general

ndise and 7 passe

Carupano—Me. B, Antoni, the Misves
Anton! (2). Mr, A. Orslol, Mra, Clar
Victor and 2deckere.

The Dutch Mall steamer * Baramac-
ea” atrived on Tuesday sfterpoon
from New York and La Guayra with
155 tone general cargo and the follow-
in; ngers, From New York ~ Mre
J. £ AWallen. ged child, Mrs. K. Btoll-
meyer, Mr. J. fe. Nie Lew:
ja, Mr. T, O. Barlow, Mr, J, D. Leavett,
Wed. Brunner, Mes. Phillips, Fron
Je Guayre-Me, aod Mre, Urdaneta,
childrea and 4 servants, The steaner
left the same day for Paratoaribo with

rt of loward cargo, She beld po
gompuoication with the shore:
Norwegian steamer * Fager-
want saa Tae Captain Oleen, airived
yesterday from Cayenve after a voy-
age of Chive days with 49 casks hidea,
2caske horns, aod 8 ngers—Dir.
and Mra, Uunet and ¢ children, the
Miseco Dunes (2)

The London Direct line steamer
4 falybia® 2151 tons, Os; a Wilkin-
eon, srtived en Tasetay ed
vik Grenada with tone general
errgo, Khe brought no passagers.

Tos Coastal steamer * Spey * left 0%
Monday sight for, Tobago with the
following peseaogrre-Ne. gud divs

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“were Joforined that Her Majesty wae
very grateful for the music. and

Ilig Majesty's ship “Seylla”, 10 guns
o-
ger, arrived at 1.25 a.m. on Saturda

the lith, 1a 12 hours from St Vincent,
but shortly after arrival the Cape
ms ordery
fog him to proceed to Hlueflelda for
the parpose of protecting British In-
tereats there, a revolution baring been
a for some
e reauits ot which have evi-
dently extended to Bluefields, where
thera fe w fairly large section of Ja-

Referring to “Flowers of the Forest”
lis Jate Majesty King Edward's
corres:
ex-
tract from * Coaching jn Scotland in
the Olden Days” “a romance of the
Weekly
March 26th :—Then
comes Fernilee Village, on jthe left
Ce
and the anclent mansion-house, the
seat of the Nutherfords, In one of its
turrete the beautiful Miss Alison
Rutherford _(1712-1794) married in 1731
Lord
wrote her
exquisite version of the “Flowers of

I've seen the smiling of Fortune be-
2.
I've tasted her favours and felt her
decay |
Sweet ia her blessing and kind her
He is edit te fled far

Messrs. Wilson, Smitbett & Co's
May 10th states that:—
* A stagnant tone continued to domi-
nate the cocoa market throughout the
fortnight, and no Improvement {a the
recent quiet demand was manifest at
the two series of sales, which passed
off flatly. Oa the 20th April the more
Tenada ar
rived{per “Salybla” was brought to
auction, and a considerable tupply of

in an
ticipation of more general interest
belong evinced Ir the trade; but both
then and at the sales on the 3rd in-

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located to bein the direction of the
southern extension of the town, and

reepect to the mei Rain, Mr, J. TL Thorn: ¥g Brigado ; aA ‘ '
gt Sle late Majesty King Haw ton, tev. Piero ee ae Q. Ber. Yolanteet, Fire Smoker . + . a
Reventh; the Baad of the Salvation { ratt, Mr. U. F. Ossabon, and 24 deck- at San Fernanda
py ay before Buckingharn gre. The steamer will retarn this ~— i 4
liga the Kings deh" Tow hare: [oglu opis vie ela ees MP tase leh 08, by,teneig isn at vin !
taph in the London “Daily Gra) bio™ a we beir nuater, ow ron Bat ay i i y i
Ah tated inter atiqn that General The following passengers ‘alled by aie te pare Bo atitmontal tle Distinctive Tailor g.
peo! javing conceived the idea of | the * Kennet” on Monday night ~-Me. | Appended fs the progremmne -
aving snitable hymns playedin front J and Mee, Oliver and noree, Mr, ye. 1, Overture . SEVER String
of _ibs, late afin tree mente, re: Thomas, Mrs, Le Geer Mr, Francie Band Ueut A il : : \
le jon jeudes, Mr. Bradle: if ler, ee a
from Queen Alexandra to do to, The! W. Thomas, Me. The a .iee ‘1 feast Lieut, r “Montegua, Ni EWKEST DESIGNS
band played. fad \ neveral | bynes, in-} Isaac, Mre. Rondon, and 10 d if ote Thompeon, dea ‘
. 8" oe
(described ae being Lhelate King's fa-] y= t saatisa Por be tea fay ‘ —IN—
vourite hymn) were sung. The blinds of Fire at Prince Alfred Street good fellow.
the Palace wereclosely drawn, butmem- San Fernand 5 Bong .....0. ween Fireman N, Carter
bers of the Household took | u post. . nando, 6, Gomis Bon, Rum, Ram, Hum s e
tthe eects Kincows and Itened | 1 AnaR DWELLING HOUSE Mr, N, A. Garter , ‘
et NA, Ce ”
ite dreamee| Lepariavow [sual Ati | | WCCO SUILINZS
ani ere were tea _ e
dimmed eyes, Other hymne_ pla ed | _ Ab twenty minutes past one w'elock 8 Overton AER Band «
were “Abide with me and "The drsterday mnorning at San Fernando, | 9 Toe Sn Vi, . Bergh RK, —»
Church's one foundation’, Twa “ of alarm bella at the Sire Station|” Thompson ” _ -
cere t of the Army were t Afterwards And Contest Market announced the 10, Bande ne. Auld Lang Syne .
lace entrance, an : 1, Oomie Bon ...... Ex Fireman AN EXPERIENCED
4

Vilein and Lieut, Dasent. arrived In
quick times aleo did » pose of police

the roef of the building, which
wase large dvelling house bulls of
patlve wood, had already fallen in,
and it was quite apparent that the
whole structure would go, This did
hot,, however, deter the Volunteers
from getting Into action at once, and
in the quickest tim¢did they succeed
ia having 500 feet of hose connected to
@ hydrant with two ests ut on, The
water came asquickly as the laet con.
nections were made, and a more

God Bure the Ktng.

To-morrow's Court List
SUMMARY JURISDICTION
(Before Mr. Juaticg Rupoell).

ADJOURNED CASES.

Wore v Baptiste, Henry vy An
drew, Thomas v Hunter, Noon ¥
fomerfal jet from the reservoir at La Low c Be pioneegue Fellclane v

ulee has never, we understand, | ig la Crux, Popwell v Alves.
been witnessell Ttought Indeed, te ps XEW CASES.

sfactor ‘an Fernandiana, the moo
very floe duspla of waterat Weduse gell7aile y Te Y jazenne v Zerdjen,
day morning s fire, justifying fa every Norvilley Dreyfus.”

way the “curtailment policy” of Mr, -_——
Harris lsrragio, head of the Water (Before Mr, Justice Swan),
ADJOURNED CASES,

Authority, whereby a sufficient quan-
o> Liawa v Attln (part heard) Balaram

tity of water iskeptin store to fight
the firedemon, Tbe building fa quee-

v Toussaint (par¢ beard, Ward v
O’Brien, Valentine ¥ Thomas, Nee-

tion which was completely destroyed,
ievaid it have been covered by four

ance, @ owner WAS AWA e

country at the time of the bre, aod Fanjoin vy Thomas Assasin, Dreyfus &
Colts origins “Tele nla that the ive wir CARES,

o ite o . 8 6a a © fire

was in progress for fully fifteen min- aatgbinson Y Hert, aylor v Smith,

utes belore thebells gave the alarm,
and that had the Brigade. been ‘celled | }yillsms, Rajosuth ¥ Raropersad, Ali

out o quarter of an hour earifer, ee
(Before the Chef Justice).



some purtion ef the building might
have been saved. ve me

Arrival of the English Mail.

The Royal Mall Steamer Treat”
3,027 tons, Captain Downs, arrived yes-
terday from Kurope via Barbados with
226 tons general cargo, 1 dog, and 27
paseengers for Trinded, aud 23 rr

eneral ca ‘or transhipmen
Giudad Holter, The following is the | NOTICE OF APPEALGIVEN DY ONE,

lst, of passengers: - Ricbard Garraway, I
+ Tubert Blackett
ee Soutuamplon for Trigideds aod John MeUauly,’ the two first car-
Wright Mri A. \riebt, ane Wizbe, | 4rmen and the last a carpenter, were
ght, Sir. A. Wright, Mrs. ight charged befere Mr. Black wood Wright
Misses Wight (2), Mr. It, Vincent, dir, yeste~tay by Corporal Bowen with
Ai Lange, Mr. J, Stewart, Mr, J D. steas.ug 25 pitch pine boards and
ecantling walued about $16.98 Mr,
Prisgar appeared for Garraway ‘and
Bhe ettand Mr. CG. i. Attalle for Me

Jauly,

The eyldence for the prosecution was
that the Corpora! met Garraway and
Blacket( conveying the lumber on a
hand cart andasked them where it
badcome from. They told him Al-
sted & Companys’ luaber yard but
could not produce abillin respect of
purchase. Ile thereupon took
M thein back to Alston's store and found

| that there was no record of that luoi-
While ‘thire Sergeant Boyd who had

ea an
Mr. J. Mercie, Mr. H. Garcin, Me. I" | cone fo ere ST Aecauly oined theta
Faure, Mr, A, MMiallet, ; In company with the latter, having

From {Cherbourg tor Colon i~Mre.{ met bia on a certain bridge over the
Gallinart and infant von: M [ory trer. At once NMcUsuly was

#rou Barbados for Colon: Mr. M.|poisted out by Blackett asthe maa

Hoffmann, Mies N, Skinner, Mise Git
Lindsay, Sir. J, Oates, Mr, Jy Cuadras, [709 bad engaged them tocart away



JUDQMENTA,
Paul v Pierre, Matt vy Rensing.







Larceny from a Lumber Yard
DEFENDANTS SENT TO PRISON,

Brown, and Mr. FW. Fitz

From Barbados for Triaidad :-—Mrs,
Atwell, Mr. C, Waterman and daugh-
ter, Mr, W. Bonyan, Mr, W. Philipp
Mes. E, Philippa, Mr. Ac J. M
aod 13 deckers.

IN TRANSIT.

From Southampton for Oolon:1—Mr,
R, Donat, Mr. J. bmitheun, Mr. W. KE.
Bead, Mr, 3. Canepa, Mr. and Mrs. it.

ger.

From Cherbourg for Savanilla i=Mr
BL, Rodrigues, Mr. HK. Guinasu,
M, Lefebure

From Cherbourg for Cartagena :—

Mr, W. Cleveland and 137 deckers. Garraway sald McCauly was vot the
ype Barbados for Jamaica:—Mr.! aan, but eta later period affirmed

From Barbados for New York s-Me. that he was, upon 9 gcich MoUeuly sho
Jennings, Mr, Chavers and son, Mre | Vour of Mesere Alston & Company's
Amorinl, Mes, Boullo, Miss Botilio. | clerks stated in evidence thet neither
‘Thesteamer beld no sommunication | o¢ them had sold the lumber to Mo
with the shore and lett for New York Couly,
ye lombian por: on aod] AC’ the close of the prosecution Mr,
Jamalca after discharging her careo} aitalte asked tha pteely be dis:
for thia port. She took away neither | charged as there bad been nu evidence
Cargo DOF Prsnungers, fires for the prosecution associatin

+ im with the lumber, b %
The Accident at Ste Madeleine the other two ‘iefendante who hed
Tuthe EdUor of The PortofSpai
° ° Bastin ortof Spain cilie Worship was of a different

con ted each other inthe first
fostance,
Sir,—la faleneas to thelabourers em | opinion.
loyed in the Usine Ste, Madeleine at} Uarraway stated In defence that he
ptimeofthe accldent on Monday | picked out the boards on the direction
morning | must state that there was|of Sir, Gremiey, one of the clerks of
absolutely no nolo amongst them,|the storeabovs mentioned, sad put
and those employed at tow Western | then on the street pavement. Heals
mills would Lave been quite willing to | received Instructions from the same
have continued working, but unforty- | clerk to put them ona cart aod take
pately a atwam pipe, bad got loken, | them to ler land and leave them
avd it was some hours before that the aide of & certaln small shop,
plant was ableto work, The people] ile engaged Wackett's cart for the
wher called on to resume work asked rpose, Wheohehad flaished load
that work by not resumed tll theling the cart NcCauly who had been
bodice of who had been killed | watching on alithe me, came up to
were removed and buried, We con-|him with « bit of paper in bis band
sidered thle « reasonable, request and acd fold him ta ubon the oar te
agreed a o @ 00% ore of Lwenty fee’
bave behaved better bore did up-leach, Witnessrefused todo eo say:

Ing cl tances, Work jing that Mr, Gremley had not inetruct-
eed fintpediately after ‘ths ed him (o do tbat Itness was nn.
burial, der the lmpreseion that McQauly bad

Yours faithfally, bought the lumber. When they got
LK Mynaay, [out lato the street the cart stuck
Usine Ste, Madeleine, to the pitch and AfcCauly aseleted
May 24, 1910, them with itas far as the Haster
head King, Wew| eeu nueaisrâ„¢
Tributes to Dead King, New wirvaley ince rovale aud denies
wi ees & BViCen:
Ruler and His Queen, that part of the leat withces’s evidence

Lilackets stated that heknew nothing
of the transaction beyoud being en-
aged seacarterto convey the lum-
ied fe He remem log G 4
A keon adoirer of sport; kindly i ee renee
pga ce us Brahm tet ay alla theca
A theformer. At doe tliaes Ne Creme
andere rit and the stoxe, siwple | asked hina (mittens) whether the lum
Mle doath & veritable calamity in | ber OU biscart was one Joseplis, lid
Lethe, Poubeel crite dito Uicind tod he mall wan slant
40 was ihe peace buff nled having engaged the
France and Gechnany -Banow donpust catterined. Ie weat at lhe stare tbat

Ac enoradus” lows fof Freoch
icy, os well ae European—fauk

(re nat he bas gone the polttical | of its but rementering thet be had
t ua! mbering
horkson Fe oe rote ee left bis wifesick at howe pastponed

buying the nailewhioh were nus 16
quired util the next dey and bought
& cowbeet at the market, While go
tng from theaterehe saw the other
two defendants who appeared to hare

ueon Mary will make a splendl.
aiguited selon ploveuntesst eee

New King brings back the Vietorian

ora Keble Hows

tay tribute been fa some difieulty with the Jum:
ofan Logias loge Wiliam gBrt oa ber and pare theme pood. When be
Ave Chaka a



Goddard * Bend them along

upon reachiog Prince Alfred Street tg me.

(Haradiee Lands) the house of an 12 Recitation. - . Lieut, A. i.
‘aat Indian, Deonarine Mahara}, Waslis and, nt,

seen enveloped in flames. The Volan-| {i gat Fireman Ells
teer Fire Brigade under Commandant Be ie’ iitabaies































ENGLISSE OUT T EE

With our prosent highly trained Staff guarantees
Norwest Styles and beet . .

GOODWILLE & WILSON

LIMITED.

Anothor|DEPURATIVO
FRESH
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SUPPLY ,
THE GREAT ELOOD PURIFIER.

Bcs—TO BE mAD AT—

BOLAND’,

eecartedrered

“Royal” Extra Stout

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PAR EXCELLENCE.
It keeps you Healthy & Vigorous.

“QUEEN” LAGER BEER

The QUEEN of Beers.
THAT'S ALL.









HE. STROWG|
ThE

PianO
WarehousE.

eens are are

In making room for New$Stock begs to offer the
following High Class Sesond Hand pianos at very low
prices for Cash,

1 Overstrung Piang by Ascherberg § 50

1 do, do. Y lose. 100

1 do, do, Neufeld 75

1 Vertical do; Strong A0

1- do, do. do, 65

1 do do Allison BO +

1 do do. Strong 40!
1 do, do, Bishop 30

Thesa are all in Good Condition.

Federick Street,

“sho meléaa.,

“ BLOCK &TTES ” | WHAT IS IT2
Patent Carbolacene D'slofeclfog Blocks,

Eosure Woalthy Homes, Purify and Sani iz a
A Safeguard egalnst {infectious isease, = C Soe Ate :
Sole Areszte: 8 per Block. ‘

W. C. ROSS & CO,,—Colonias Dispensary,

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aptas, Ltd. Just Received.-
THE WORLD FAMOUS
Tho Coolost Smoko on Earth.
A Truly
Blissful Smoke.
:b connoisseur.
GLENDINNING’S.
, ... A-
THIINIRIE IISÍÍ8ICE El
SKEOCH&Co.
HAVE JOST OPENED DP
Heavy Cord Ottoman Oleth,
WHITE FANCY PIQUES.
WHITE SATIN FINISH DRILL,
Leces & Embroideries. &o., &o.
•aasfv ' ^
Trinidad Building and
Loan Association,
WIOLEsluT TRADE.
Ari2?r«
Tweeds, Drills, Flannels. Fancy Muslins,
p«1S'fiTi‘ ”°U7
FASHIONABLE SHADES IN KHAKI.
SKEOCH & CO.
12, FREDERICK STREET. Í
DAILY OFR PENNY
BEST' VH
GLADSTONE BAGS.
SUIT CASES
400 ACRES-
: C_A.LED01sri_A.lsr HOUSE
NEW SHIPMENT
_A_GKE3 IsTTS
IRA VEILING REQUISITES.
OUR RELIABLE
STANDARD « QUALITY
- WATEEPROOS1 Í
COATS & GAPES,
UMBRELLAS.
WATERPROOF BOOTS.
fcY-HOT
.ÍBOTTI.T3S.
| ^ Ktepi Contcau -
riey-Cold
Steaming: Hot.
FOR DAYS
CAD IN THUNKS
OVERLAND IKUNKS
LEATHER TRUNKS>
STEEL » TRUNKS
Gladstone Bags
Hat Cat at, lonnet Cam,
RUGS AND RUG STRAPS. HOLDALLS-
aoo x> ni;
NOTICE.
FOR SALE EX STORE .
1 FormaldeliySi)” ájiá
I RECENT ARRIVAL
%
Rir. llED SALMON ‘ JOrinoiJ' Brad. ¡S’KluTtSSut'CS™ iSt
rjjíf-áf •,S¡s,*Sf*’* | ssjjjaresss
SUGAIVj'Wlb:
CUANULATED«UCAH-ll
Wessols Uros. ¡¡ vos Gantard
ws ol cocoa^ATO^JU.orasa prodi
wii.noKr, Lmirm
FOR SALE
BO-YX"^ CO,
s£sSffiSp'"f jSESSÜáSffiS'Sía
FOR SALE.
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(JILDERS & CONTRACTORS,
SHIPMASTERS, ETC., ETC.
j, i’out-Ofbpain' qakette Thursday may sc »iil
tlweoialU« in Hardware. Onr Planes auu 0»w, w„
-«♦..not merely i.kecan*e they are Plane* and SaWs
Moaase- they aro the BEST Plane* and Saw* to be
for the money.
l EVERYTHING f.
•ell HARDWARE at PRICES which other Houses
â–  i cannot meet.
WE ARE HEADQUARTERS FOR THE
NEW AGRICULTURE
AND TO THIS WE DEVOTE GREAT. ATTENTION.
WE AHE SOLE PR OPR IETORS OF PROFESSOR
IBETT’S Compound Rosin OiiVARNISR
i tho finest liLUK STONE in town, no stook DEMING
OSTINI'S PERFECT COCOA PICKERS,
And indeed everything used on an Estate.
MOTOR GARAGE.
71m, pie FIRST MOTOR HBADQUA'UTEttS ol tho -Iihrnl I, net merely > dtpanmeni
cfouMiu,incsl. We heve h 'sryc end lutntenlle] ArtY^P°^llT ^Cy Slreei. compleja
iw er^Englne. We ,1c
ELECTRICAL AND FINE MACHINE WORK
OUR SPECIALITY.
Wo do whnt cannot lie done nuywkoro olso in town.
Nickel and Silver Plating.
MOTORS & MOTOR CAR WORK
Cars kept in ordpr by tho mouth for a nominal sum. All repairs nro
of tho best. Wo IMPORT Cora and Busses at all i>riocs and'guarantor
itisfaction.
MOTOR LAUNCH “JOYB’
Most comfortable boat in tho Gulf
XTW TROtnaLB TBLEIPJgONB 133.
ARNOTT. LAMEIE & COMPANY,
'JMI.A le-IHSTE
)AD TO U. K. via NEW YORK! School rf Commerce. Fop ImmcdiatE
~ ¡¡a
I0R UNE to Glasgow aad londond
ȣE WHAT YOU BUY.
June First,
Are Yod on tue List,
i/xot-ni Order Your ToleplioiiB
ENGLISH 1‘iIARMAUY
NOTICE. srANDARD LIFE ASSURANCE COMPANY
ALIST
All New Subicrlbsr*
OUR DIRECTORY
OIUNOII OPEIOEFOIl WEST INDIES, BARBADOS
=„ r s .
AixsiiaD i^; I’.!;.;,. Nmj [. .e. sr«.i i ...f u .It,
IMPORTANT CONSIDERATION FOR ALL
cossauDiTEo numm tw.
The Barbados ¡Vlutual
LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY
¡¡S5ga|*;
“ÉíxfHiHS
AUCTION SALE
Sitohiurwn my. mo
FACTS
CIGARS AND "CIGARETTES \
B. & J. B MAGUADO

â–  MS WEEK IS SPECIALIZING
BMHHK
I m.it»4»is
saBcrr:
lanza Tea-ill Best'
miilCK PAPER PATTERNS
ÍITHBROS. ó C C
N
El
II
MIDSUMMER RAGE
OHE BABGÉ CASE
INFANTS’ a üihÍS- fue. sudes
Infants'Tan Glace Ribbon Tie Ankle
Strap Shoes— *5
Infants’ White Buck i Bar. Shoes—
MBBTINO.
GET YOUR SUIT If/TIME.
CHOICE LOTOF
New Season's Suitings.
FIlANNELS-FLAIN & STRIPED.
Infant^ Tan -or Black, .Glace Kid
Natural Form Shoes^;:
Ct£AH BOH M FUNNEL
Girls’ Tan or Black Glace Kid t Bar
Shoes—
Grey Vienna
All the above Shoes
FROCK SUITS'ft'CLERIGAL WEAR.
The Bonanza
Bonanza Tailoring Dépt.
BOOT STOSÉ.
SMITH BROS. & CO.
SMITH BROS; &
MAKERS OF THE WBT
Bedroom Furniture'
IN TRINIDAD. i
THE “PICTON" BEDROOM]
Furnished Complete with Suite .-tj
comprising- I
“d< j
Complete PrieS $70,00. j
SMITH BEOS. & OO. ^

- SUPPLEMENT TO TIIK POUTOFSTAiy .OA/LTTE TIWBSPAY MAY V. 101ft
The Barber T^ko,,-'s:jÍ£" '|ÍS""ÍÍ|To Clean and Disinfect

FOR SALE CHEAP.!
12IronTanks
MAILLARD'S.
BAOH 200 GABS.
Pitied with
BRASS COCK AND KEY
Porl-oJiSpai* Gazelle.
Schoener & Co.
MOUTH QUAY,
COCOA.
¡ásssss3
HIGHEST
Market Prices
’o Our Roadora
Gerold & Scherer’s
COCOA STORE,
l1?, Charlotte St.,
â–  FORMERLY NO. cl.
COCOA.
¿ves
PARKEIT
. â– >
FOUNTAIN PEN
TJfiTFAMOUS FABK?R rOOSTAIN PJY?.
L«S&iL’áfuJÍ:
mmm
ka^St =s=¡s
ápKSSÜi-
Prices $1.60. $2, $2.50 to S20
I Visit of Inspection is invited.
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SSgiBHr HOADLEY fcl
t TAILORS AND I NI PORT
BES1
Gents Wea
THE ODCXN:
larlna Iquara & Chacon S
WILSON!
3S&B3&Í
SELL
EVERYTHING
• ■
•A,££?£$sSrr
SESIS***»
Billihon & Natura: Doll*-
GRAND CHOICE IN.RBil
AMERICAN
GUT-GLASS GOOt
Lowest Prices.;
S¿?t§s
!®fiSr
w
ggygii
üü1
ALUMINUM MANDOLINE
Dalton’s Saturday Brid|
CHARMING • VOILE
|IH TBK.FAHBIONABLK CO LOURS-!to 4 M»
A LIMITED NUMBS
-|S:
, ~ “ ' ' m •
“STAB”
GEAMAPHONEa
Dcautilul Tone, Exceptional VaNj
‘VIDiOR'’ AND “ODEON" RECOMÍ

Will Cost Yon *
to iaior,TjjoH
olassine
Meal
DAILY FEED FOR YOUR
IMALStl
.EN PERSON’S
OH I SO EASY"
FETY RAZORSM
III18MAK SHODLU Efl fflTHOUr ML
TBY
Exchange,
yidson and T(
FRESH ARRIVALS OF
itate Supplies
m ^BOADE.5
SPADSS-No, 0.1, 2,
rif.lNEK3--0. ..in' .»•.
AXES-SOLID STEEL.
^8 AOiUCtll.TURAL (MHXi
IHJSHOYÍIS—NÁ J. «. I.
"he A'Rcadb.
¡OALEpHM .HOUSE.
DiitinotiT* T*dlori»r,
NEWEST DESIGNS
Tweed Suitings
AH EXPERIENCED
DBial.IHJS: atTTTAR
GOQDWILLE & WILSON
DEPURATIVO
DE BELMON.
THE GREAT BLOOD PURIFIER
Boiii^Ajisro’s, ¿a*
“Royal” Extra Stoat
t n THE Stout
PAR EXCELLENCE.
It keeps ypu Healthy & Vigorous.
“QUEEN” LAGER BEER
-IB-
The QUERN of Beers.
THAT’S ALL.
SI. STHOIsTG-,
ThE
PianO
WarchousE.
1 do do* üithop i0
These ara all in Pood Condition..
"BimimiHr/MF /s iti
Piled Ci'Miteoi D'elolictleJ Blocks,
w. c. Rosa &

ffe Aw Now Showing |
F«»hionabl« Good»
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WATfcKMAN -t
UNDERWEAR
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NECKWEAR.
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MILLER’S
" ¡ ‘Michael P. HailW, |¡~
Gav,,. .’|. HIXi POPULAR |/**«.
-., - , andThurid*
id there is sure to D4 a rush far all thedavourilc bathW
Don’t forget that we are ¡ii
th all your bathi»
j Vein Hulea Like Ksl.tard’i,
; PITCH PINE LUHH
(NOW LANDING.)
!• 380 MILLE ALL HEART
Pitch Pine Lumbw|
| In Scíbüdj- BrtóaniHanis fcJ«
To be seen a: our yard. ja South
‘r T. A. SHEETS A
HAVE A SPLENDID ASSORTMENT OF
CARPETS -A-IN'ID RTJQ-S.
' VELVET Jjy FA.OARFE1
’tapestry carpets
JUTE SQUARES
VELVET KUOS
TAPESTRY RUGS
: HEHP.TiVELVET <& TAPESTRY CARPET
FIBRE DOOR MATS,
Sheep Skin Mats {w„?S£Sta’li<
IN BUGS
tnuotuuM-i,
BEDSTEADS.
SPRING * CANVAS COTS.
FIBRE A SPRING MATTRESSES
FEATHER A COTTON PILLOWS
PICTURE MOULDING,
HOU.Si: It HADING liiU TO VIO |
BEVELLED ANO PLAIN MIRRORS,
TILES For Withstands &c.
TOILET SETS.
Tlil’iNKN AND TIN CANISTERS.
Doolc Ohalru,
MARBLE SLABS- «•«» t«*Sfc cu . lit<

the row oMPAiw Qixrrrt tiitiusdat >
STEPHENS LIMITED, ‘The Stores.’ STEPHENS LIMTD.
—
Udies Elastic Belts.
LADIES' NAINSOOK CHEMISES.
MAINSOOK NIGHT 1)R IÍSSJDS
“bonever; serge.
White Linen Huckabacks.
i & Slaok Chain Carnlturaa 1.SO.
i naira waooaott ouuaiHis-isauus
Beaded Ornamenta,
MENS BLACK LACE BOOTS u-l“ ,,u*,rl1»'u<
DO SO AT O TWO S3 I
JBest lof Hard wear,
Best lor Fit and Finish.
'ABSOLUTELY FAST DYE.
BOYS’ OOL’D STRIPED
Pique Tunic Suita,
’ SHOWN DBILt IONIO SU
Whit. Russian Sul
s1 Tweed Suit®—Very CÍ
â– ' Blech Cantina: Sul
w
aBU!Z8Mb«UraliSSr
MEN'S CHROME KID BOOTS,
:K;CHIFF0N-2» CENTS
STEPHENS, HP.
Men’s Patent Leather Boots— 12 G
LSDIK3 11L0BBN1" PiTBNT TIP BOOTS
busSbK
LADIES GLACE DERBY SHOES.-
GALL AND SEE *
Our Spaclal
3 .PIECE UMBRELLAS
GALVANIZED IRON
r^nsTKiB
ÍNGED MAN-HOLE.
s Look up Tap Complete,
FEW STILL REMAINING,
GRANT &. GO.
Books,
MUIR, MARSHALL
& Co.
1» MARINE SQUARE
tool
Established
Stationery
imritiHe
SO YÍAR8.
ehool Use.
ifovernmant U untractora
B-on s-AXiic-
STATE
MoKENZIE > KIRTON.