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Port of Spain Gazette
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Full Text
n
toplifiD?, Ltd. Just Received.
THE WORLD FAMOUS
l5L«H»*S
SKEOCH&Co.
'HAVE JUST OPENED UP
Haavj Bord Ottoman Cloth,
BEST VALUE;
GLADSTONE BAGS
A Truly
Blissful Smoke,
“ WHOLESALE TRADE. “t^PsaT^'
- - GLENDINNING S. “Si Z*
T
H
NEW SHIPMENT
^G-IEHSTTS
1RAVEILING REQUISITES,
H
E
T
Icy-Hot
LEATHER TRUNKS,
E
T
A
WATEllPliOOF
L.
COATS & CAPES.
Icy-Cold
L.
O
UMBRELLAS.
OLLimiiii* || t
BOILED LLXENBM*
o
WATERPROOF BOOTS.
POR dÍ&
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Just Opened,
MIDSUMMER RAGE
ONB LABffE CASH
INFANTS’ & GIRLS' FINE SHOES
Infants' Tan Glace Ribbon Tie Ankle
Strap Shoes—
Infants' White Buck i Bar Shoes—
MHBTIIÍB.
GET YOUR SUIT ¡H TIME.
CITOIOE LOT OF
Hew Season’s Suitings.
FEANNELS-ELAIH & STRIPED.^
Infants' Tan or Black Glace Kid
Natural Form Shoes—
Girls’ Tan or Black Glace Kid i Bar
Shocs-
All the above Shoes
(¡BEAM DBS SKIN FLANNEL
Special
Grey Vicuna
FROCK SUITS & CLERICAL WEAR?.
The Bonanza
BOOT pTOftiX
Bonanza Tailoring Dept.
smith irnos. ,t co.
The Bonanza
THIS WEEK IS SPECIALIZING
in. ALLOVERLACE
tSJLSSLSP
bnanza Tea-ii Best'
BBmRICK PAPER PATTERNS
SMITH BROS. & CO.
SMITH BROS. & GO.
makers op the best
Bedroom Furniture
IN TRINIDAD.
THE “PICTON" BEDROOM
Furnished Complete with Suite
Completa Price $70.00.
SMITH BBOa A CO.
p Clean and Disinfect
Your buildings
>. . -IX3K- •
ÍTrinidad Lime,
| CHEAPEST DISINFECTANT KNOWN.
Its Ttinldad Shipps and Trading Co.i I-nW<
G3 LATEST ARRIVALS
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12IronTanks
EAOH 300 GALS.
Fittedwith
BRASS COCK AND KEY
Schoener & Co.
TO SHÚSTCRS.' 1
I
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COCOA.
HIGHEST
Market Prices
Gerold & Scherer’s
COCOA STOBE,
17, Oharlotte St.
-FOIlMEltLY NO. 0,
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DAILY FEED FOR YOUR
WMALSII
•dips' READY-TO-WEAR HATS,
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Will Cost You
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t’O INOLUOD
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Meal
EN DliRSOX’S
ORDERS PROMPTLY EXECUTED
he Exchange.
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THU gQMWggg¿ra OAZSTTE TÍTfclDAY MAY 31 1
STEPHENS LIMITED, ‘The Stores.5 STEPHENS LIMTD,
TAILORING DEPARTMENT
Babies' ‘Shellac’ Go-Carts.
GENTS DEPARTMENT,
B SKST THING TO WEAR FOR TIIIS-SEAS0N
8700 ijjte*12:°Q
Another Fino Rungo of Knitted -Ties,
UMHELOnOMSHMEHE S'J/TfNG
“ ” ^fipi ~
Fancy Coloured Half Hose.
?** ™Osí£rat.— Prlcob''f-rom'1 Jto!OO,'l’‘dJC'1
SEE OUR DOUBLE-FOLD LINEN COLLARS,
White MAT Shirt*.
HITE ^DAMASK‘« TABLING.
‘JkBXXX.’ST a^jrKTEIIK-iS.-SSinB.
Fino «eso ftm Stephens Limited, Leading Milliners and Outfitters.
GALVANIZED IRON
ir-A-jCTIES
FITTED WITH
INGED MAN-HOLE,
is Lock up lap OompletB,
FEW STILL REMAINING,
AND OFFERED FOR SALE BY
IRQON, GRANT & GO.


Full Text
n
toplifiD?, Ltd. Just Received.
THE WORLD FAMOUS
l5L«H»*S
SKEOCH&Co.
'HAVE JUST OPENED UP
Haavj Bord Ottoman Cloth,
BEST VALUE;
GLADSTONE BAGS
A Truly
Blissful Smoke,
“ WHOLESALE TRADE. “t^PsaT^'
- - GLENDINNING S. “Si Z*
T
H
NEW SHIPMENT
^G-IEHSTTS
1RAVEILING REQUISITES,
H
E
T
Icy-Hot
LEATHER TRUNKS,
E
T
A
WATEllPliOOF
L.
COATS & CAPES.
Icy-Cold
L.
O
UMBRELLAS.
OLLimiiii* || t
BOILED LLXENBM*
o
WATERPROOF BOOTS.
POR dÍ&
!‘mrr




Just Opened,
MIDSUMMER RAGE
ONB LABffE CASH
INFANTS’ & GIRLS' FINE SHOES
Infants' Tan Glace Ribbon Tie Ankle
Strap Shoes—
Infants' White Buck i Bar Shoes—
MHBTIIÍB.
GET YOUR SUIT ¡H TIME.
CITOIOE LOT OF
Hew Season’s Suitings.
FEANNELS-ELAIH & STRIPED.^
Infants' Tan or Black Glace Kid
Natural Form Shoes—
Girls’ Tan or Black Glace Kid i Bar
Shocs-
All the above Shoes
(¡BEAM DBS SKIN FLANNEL
Special
Grey Vicuna
FROCK SUITS & CLERICAL WEAR?.
The Bonanza
BOOT pTOftiX
Bonanza Tailoring Dept.
smith irnos. ,t co.
The Bonanza
THIS WEEK IS SPECIALIZING
in. ALLOVERLACE
tSJLSSLSP
bnanza Tea-ii Best'
BBmRICK PAPER PATTERNS
SMITH BROS. & CO.
SMITH BROS. & GO.
makers op the best
Bedroom Furniture
IN TRINIDAD.
THE “PICTON" BEDROOM
Furnished Complete with Suite
Completa Price $70.00.
SMITH BBOa A CO.
p Clean and Disinfect
Your buildings
>. . -IX3K- •
ÍTrinidad Lime,
| CHEAPEST DISINFECTANT KNOWN.
Its Ttinldad Shipps and Trading Co.i I-nW<
G3 LATEST ARRIVALS
!Vj¡»
IpHSi
Hi
¡jifeHTSSSs
MkMiS
§|fl£|l
SPSS
gums fiSte


FOR SALE CHEAP.
12IronTanks
EAOH 300 GALS.
Fittedwith
BRASS COCK AND KEY
Schoener & Co.
TO SHÚSTCRS.' 1
I
MAILLARD'S-
PorH>J-Sft»« GazcUr.
msi
COCOA.
HIGHEST
Market Prices
Gerold & Scherer’s
COCOA STOBE,
17, Oharlotte St.
-FOIlMEltLY NO. 0,
COCOA.
KSSíStSSraíjSs
Ij/ffiSrS;
m
ggsgsss's
¡BSM1I
§mmm.
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J3^ Gents’ m
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WILSONS
LIMITED. j
5
| K£|g*fe|£
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3 j=3Sg.;=j=
Cotton) Lin<
TABLING AND
¡f fc¿i¿¿¡?,£ iravLi- • ‘
TABLE CL0TNÍ
ALL IRISH MANUFACTUM
tsfsrSrSiS
Hiadsoiiafeagos, ¿i[Vi::ü>u 1 ;“,ÜSS=1Í
HEMMED AND, UN HEM MM"
S JRiWfia^assss
FABLE * NAPKINS
| £S«S£S
Th. ^ T-ft-Vn- -!-r —i
$ ¿SSgggft&S
led forVJao.
2
FLOWERED MOSQUITO Ñ
i aaiSS-M
IN WHITE AND ECRU. ;
lt)i£ lMINS.WIÜE-SG^tSO ANÜ63J PM.H
!¡§^
á&raÜSñSrSs
Ladies Departmei
lHHalf
Now Flower* and Itibbo«(j
IsiSSgfe
'«■P
untrTiüí:d’*"hítí
LOVELY VO|UES-Wiib No. JIM
MUlAUiOlUKOUt OU6S iRTICIift- »**
PERFUMERY DEPT.|
¡•PffiSBI

DAILY FEED FOR YOUR
WMALSII
•dips' READY-TO-WEAR HATS,
BOOTS AND SHOES
Will Cost You
Nothing More
riiF. i-imrfiFSPAiN’ OA/in-rii Tuesday may a
t’O INOLUOD
olassine
Meal
EN DliRSOX’S
ORDERS PROMPTLY EXECUTED
he Exchange.
THBEMOS
'ATEXT FLASK.
3fai? Without tto Leist Ircnbh
IQT
I.
COLD
JJJHN
THE ARCADE.
Spgpg
,v.~-
immm
M
jívsEív
¡fr&rgss
Sppsp
gg§s.g?r£s
K 'i
CALEDONIA HOUSE
Distinctive Tailerlm.
NiWIST DESIGNS
Tweed-Suitings
AS LXl’KRJESCrj)
DMor-iHa oui*rm
S.ÜÍÍ’ S“-
COODWILLE & WILSON
BOJLA-TSTZ3S. Í™
It hoops you Healthy & Vigorous
"QUEEN” LACER BEER
-IS-
Tho OUERN of Boor*.
THAT’S ADD.
Epáps
¡«SÁÍ
a
ipj
DEPURATIVO
DE BELMON-. -
THE CREAT BLOOD PURIFIER
‘Royal” Extra Stoat
Ie THE Stout
PAIt BXCKLI.ESCn
IBS. STEONT&.
ThE
WnrehouiE.
- 7he3j are ill io).i:oi GküUi.
-mtEiUSS-1WHIT IS IT?
Pite: Oí-Mkk! D's,c!ic:itj'5!(K*il
W. C. ROSS & co â– 

■iSíítíSH
pSSsi®
tessrsas
|8 tes&ns?
1 pi coo»»:
DEKT^t"^
H&us ir.,L“'i 3 Dr. J, Balní flam#*)

THU gQMWggg¿ra OAZSTTE TÍTfclDAY MAY 31 1
STEPHENS LIMITED, ‘The Stores.5 STEPHENS LIMTD,
TAILORING DEPARTMENT
Babies' ‘Shellac’ Go-Carts.
GENTS DEPARTMENT,
B SKST THING TO WEAR FOR TIIIS-SEAS0N
8700 ijjte*12:°Q
Another Fino Rungo of Knitted -Ties,
UMHELOnOMSHMEHE S'J/TfNG
“ ” ^fipi ~
Fancy Coloured Half Hose.
?** ™Osí£rat.— Prlcob''f-rom'1 Jto!OO,'l’‘dJC'1
SEE OUR DOUBLE-FOLD LINEN COLLARS,
White MAT Shirt*.
HITE ^DAMASK‘« TABLING.
‘JkBXXX.’ST a^jrKTEIIK-iS.-SSinB.
Fino «eso ftm Stephens Limited, Leading Milliners and Outfitters.
GALVANIZED IRON
ir-A-jCTIES
FITTED WITH
INGED MAN-HOLE,
is Lock up lap OompletB,
FEW STILL REMAINING,
AND OFFERED FOR SALE BY
IRQON, GRANT & GO.



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bt . THE PORTOFSPAIN GAZRITE TUESOAY MAY #1 1910: ent
FAREWELL T0 VERY REV, FR:N EVILLE, [Seseeesseeat or cefios Ft caer sot yates | Gtr to orem ong gd oe eat | eae ae





rennin

god responded tothe! fasbion of men
when Tutand before Ubegreat White | food of their fellow ae an ee | eee ot Lietmnsteren and leave no! place before them the Ideal of doing § parente fled with it
® | Throne lo girs Account of tuy oleward. | Tortnne Pe eel ni a neat tne bess rere hat tary ili coulinue to do vo {their duty ander every, circumstance | We. which suddex

shin, the Kind words said toulay will | ese Riese nad tos deroted sone of [inthe future: “They will be urged tolpnd that in wpite of dificulties they # We also teara ‘th
7 . help me to rmes a geod scanunt lop | ao rer tite late ion. Tene da Ver | thle btet. becaue they ees Bet he | would do thele duty’ to themselves, to f woman gare Lith oad
WELCOME TO REV.-DR. EA. CREHLAN, || Etttaprtetowertlete vineyat | full, shaman re have bere foots | mon szeenfal eo around them are Peis country, 1 sei I vatienag of Set
of Trinidad, Thera are Jande where | MUGS (¢ a w 088 f ta that work da
v= | Bdnatration to me to see thet mauin | the opportanities that were aiforded | cortala amount of success x
the lot of a priest fe very diftoult, ears, in thé very/ast | them when ptudente of St, Maty's| owing to the traditions of the past Pinece’and all othed

7 L o
; ’ where be meets hard indifferent hearte | bis deslinio; bo hi
ni Ife when he was attack- ie; hear Agar); because they | the traditions of those who r
PLEASANT F ONCTION aT ST. MARY COLLEGE pakbere be vowe tal es bat ed re mupateof he fie wh deadly illnees—~ ee eclate the privioge they have ot their baude thé destinies of Bt pere teach nay be pets
* sour ntaaly i tons bet ton wrieet and te are | cone frvm the sick room to attend telog eiueated under @ pystem which | College up to the, present, an ope pee ee” the
: ae i ten dee and st a ue "cane lon meetings of the Board of Education, to aranteee the development of the| cially the traditions left In the colony {a aly iu ‘. hint »
‘ on ae % Tend where thone “relations are more { Ifa (ous the experience of, his many } best qualities of mindand heart alike, |recently by Father Neville (hear, ) crimainal head, who
gntationo Addresses and Elo nent 5 geches tender andeven stronger. (hear Aear}-| Years of devotedaers to the colony, It | and enaures to theireouotry.astaunch }Aetr}, If he succeeded, in doing | oe tstrect and fe
7 a4 g * | and to work for the pestis of Tvinid was my privilege also tohave s& my | catholle manhood. (hear hear} pater hat inthe, age had doo | treste ae tana :
ot ee, sea priest, was to mea labour of love, | Collengue during wi a utm a ‘pin, * if he suo f oractical Joke:
ve And moreover, fa this choice land of | Worthy chairman {hear Kear), You] because, the tltnde they awe | floating 2, proudly lott ve aden bie oractical Jo er

gra
. Despi large | com Tidad, know there is no busier man In thia Bt Mar: a
Deecing ron oe Tr aene sta: cated the slnaer ow hae inthe cholrest portion ofthe Vineyard eplen than Mr. Belller. ret ney ; bleh onirot’ fe destinies, demand charge feats. the pleces aot t hose ARRESTED FOR ae
erous " at hin moments are p uy at gratitude, wo owes for] whom Fathér
dents together ith bu ‘Mary's boliege Tonats wer rd stead ane ates, 1 hed te dal ee 2° thts Galles, golden, and yeb be caine with the ffs it not from your Jearned brethren with, fhe snoceeded in gaining fot On the 12th fae
Pied thereat Oe Sunday roornin Ta weree, ibe arate eyeriaa rates tet Oe ene sty tego in the Board of education, and camo pre: | Catholics of Trinidad, bold what they | Father Neville carries with him across j Dr. Oueva Garcia, A:
Pane) G. Neville US Sprwho for | chanted t slast words of the teozeal ee ree atria Cail wel Nepared ty atwaye' to do bis level best to CON eer cs, children can over forget | very benny indeed, | He prom! Siewis Toten’ ea oe
ha " * . ¢ jotereat of Education in the colony. | that thd debt: o: olio nida: self a share of suce:
Trveldential chal "Palded the: dee of a" ine Tras Lo coven the moreat eee OF tine ee ralethat fnetitu (applause) With such bright examples your great Order can_never be ‘repaid | that work he would have the co-opera- charge,
tines ict yt feeormari tri rey ais. remaine of s dear one in obs Presence aye, BOWER OF THE GOOD REED. Ra many fore ike ps. Prada andothers) topple to roclalra aloud that indebte tained, and as thoronghly, ot doctor refused to do
also afforded, of extending formal | relatives and friende (hear hear), Tait | thank God Fcan say {t bas produced | ? could not but be cal w edness, and pray heaven rmit our | w ¢ desire Bey ee ease reat ese
be V dred fold, ing this | current of enthusiasm forthlngs good} jt to the Holy Ghost Fathers, to] waseverthe good fortune of a y
Free eee Lae ‘ene up the Poends tee ne (see Fat prone und ll st ee Ne race folds Ue tearing this and noble in this island, And let je increase year by yeate as they hold out | master to be associated with (applauss) presented bimavalf ia
% vacated by his illustrious per Tehould recount and thask you for | of my life will always be the kindly re | hope forthe young who are growing } ¢o our children, t
entation a nent tn ance het Tet Bee este oul f refer lations tat cv ° existed bet w ‘Sand, and wyijl love their native laad, and try
sentation comm m attendan Orgel which our duty {impels ] ae priest, a @ people ol sland. . 3 Setar as [Latreet On gol ’
fon. f to do something to make it great and of the uncerity of our welcome] of the College. He proulsed as far go
Wea Alcasats 3 Ken iion Re brady fore, ire vealling Fou" anay “trot eduraticnaliste aad the r bare worked noble and so uphold the great: tradi- places io the Presidency of St. Mary's] he was concerned, it would be hi J got away frou the po
Dn de Montbrun, Mesers,"A. D. O'Con- fond attachments acd true. felends, | hardin promoting the great work of tone that pavecome down to them,
nur, J, A, de Suze, F, E. Bott, Ernest | who are forced to says "Go deat | education, To my wind, there is no | You bavea! oF ate et ate mew th the dena r, ase friend tos friends for | spend {n the Islan (en s poneule As pe
Sellier, FJ. Maingot, Felix Hernard. Father, go dear friend; God is with | greater or nobler work thao giving eee Hedtered ladeed 3 but regia what ina father to 6 son It be te wer quite: a boos) that every ounce police was placed to
G. von Welller, Joseph de Verteur 3; may Ile allow you to con- | christian education to this or any other my desire da that the lelend should hia tiene bespeak for you, aeny years dfenergy under hiscontrol, would be J until about 6 pm,

and Mr. Hamel-Smith, (jr.) Secretary. [tinue Lo walk over hia foot-prints.fcountry. 1f we wish to have g ‘ea tit

p bb . ho | Prosper exceedingly ; and in thaLl am | of hanpinesa amongst uf, You will be | given tothe work which be had fuet } accompanied the

nae wee vee Ter Pethor Anera aoe oe Hae eet an etholcest coe eee te Goa and the wishing the prosperity of my beat and usefa ia moulding such men ae Trivl-j taken to hand, (applause) Aad from { where he was de
uring



‘ de in, this island. ‘The ‘Ot be useful f b
Prior of the Dominican Fathers,) | blessings (applavee), I shall now | State, -oien who will be good hus- | desrest frlon dad calls for you w uieful io ever | what he saw
teat tugede Cipriani, Hon, Charles | read io yr" Pehe “dress which is] bandsand citizene;? they Bust have | older ones Sten bus, can remember | assisting those In whose charge our] tance with the boys of that institu. cy
Pantin, (Acting (Auditor General), | as follows :— a good christlan education: otherwise | When this feland was a great sugat | destinies are, by timely advice and| tion he also had reason ta hope for The French at,
rt, & Campa, Dr, Sifontes, Messrs Trinid God and State will ba served by selfish | centre, but evil daye hailed, a crash | wise counsels but above all, you. will] success. Ifo did not knowall the boye § 9t, Nazaire and
‘Arthur Maingot, K. D, Clarke, Robt, To the Very Rey Father John] beings, or rather, not served at all, | came, and the . be useful ae a priest of God in minister | so far, but he had made soqualntance §f arrived on the 1h,
Kernaban, Henri de Labastide, A. | Gerald Neville 0. 8. Sp, Principal of | The ideal of education in thie College BMILLING PLAINS OF TRINIDAD ing to our spiritual waote, snd helping | with sonie, and from his knowledge of § spanish laborers tor
Maingot (jr) A. M, Sucre, T, F.} St. Mary's College, has been that of a cbristian education, | passed out of the bands of creoles {nto | ug to refer back all things to Lim who | boys (though he didnot wish to flatter B 4) cabin passengers,
Evers! Fy gpodillon Leotaud, W. The ex-pupile and friends of St.{ Forty-seven years ago, Count de Ver. | the bands of companiesand abseatees. | pavethem merely as a means of our} them) he thought they were aa intelli.
Bavary, be woods, | he vi
. We Urich, E. A. Basilon, Loretto rivilege of being your friends, have | island invited the Fathers of the Holy | went loto the woods, Into the virgin | will be happy In your new houe, | beeo his fortune to come Into contact
Fumanotre, ‘Carl Loos, N. Betan- Fearne “with nineece sorrow of your | Ghost to come here and ‘give christinn forests and cut them down and planted | beeanse in ber name, Trinidad will} (applause), and he might say, he bad § geren MEN SEVER
Sourt, a ¥ idgvure, goscla Hodu, appronching departure, >
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FitsWillam, J. A. Ryan, E.] dad and its to have benefitted | generation, that education which Is | {% Trinidad is one of the greatest cocoa | and our country, In ber green hills] dis ‘as any boyahe had ever met,
She Hantoe, O, ‘yiteWillam. Tar. by your labotire baa rest, as Prin- roe founded on the bedrock of religion producing countries In the world, is it) and savaunahe—the pride of ourfend he thoughtit would not be too Yesterday's mortun
1. Regis, Robt. de Ver} clpalcf St. Mary's College, and as ais no education at all (hear Acar ) | ot due to our friends here, the ereoles | hearts—Ireland’s colour will be ever | dificult to miould those hearts which § soy trout Gatun
teu, J, Orsini, E, Barcant. Mra. | pubic man. Christian education was the flag that | who were educated in Bh Mary'a h pis ¥ agg 20 affectionate, not [holies of seven thon
Eroest Seltier, Nee It, de Verteull, The recollection of your ministra- | they raised on that occasion, and | College? Teit not dueto the de Ver gal: ly to do work that wasbefors them, ff Avs coloured,
Mrs Dabedie, ‘Mra M. Leotaud, Sire.) tlone here, ae & priest. will ever | thank God, that flag has wafied ever touls Sellers, Maingote, Scotts, de | you will tind In the Land of the Huon | and follow thedirections given them. f” rom what we lears
HJ, Boott, Sire AD. OConnor, Nts. | remain green with us, By your | slace, and tbe fathers and mothers of Montoruns, | Dabadies and many | ining Bird, the same strong, simple but mould them so that they might B won were working
Andre, Mrs. Hobson, Mra. Kitt, Misses | plety, your aympathy for those in | to-day, hold to the flagas firmly as it | Others Ki = We. ousehold names} faith, Large open hearts, the same grow up in that path of duty which § yhen all of a sudden
Kernahan (4) Mise de Gan 08), ise aMiction, your unvacying klodness | was feta forty-seven ears ago (hear | Within thiehall? At the present mo- | kindliness you know «0 fa} he boped would be foepired in their F groans crane gave
O'Connor, Mies Gomes, Miss Campa | and charity to all younot only com- | Aetrh It bas been sald phat the creole ment, Trinidad has “strack oi’ (laugh: Tthe Emerald Isle (prolonged ap-| minds during the time they, were aif simor, crushing the fi
and Misses Sellfer (2), Tho function} pelled our filial attachments you | character fs fickle, that it embraces | fr), We find that wehave below the [ oigusey And looking further for] College. He looked forward to thel men, The bodies of
took piace io the llege Hall, =the {drew us nearer to God. *# Penthusiasm which soon dies out, In] #rface a mineral wealth greater than [ ward, we are covfident that’ when | doing their work in College as aduty ,
stage being sprropriate a off on The continued success of your} tbat wy experience of the character of | Sve9 that ofthe gold flelds of Austra- line | time comes for you tofand with their characters thus formed F vitt tive.
either side wit pel arm
suppor! the | a of the leaty of St. Mary’s are abundaot }no. For iflam to judge the character | fields of Kimberly i for we are floating | you will look back with plessure aod | tigence so developed, and their physi-
=Yathers of the Moly Uboat, whilst | proof, if any were necded, of your [ of the people of Trini by thelr ad. | 1a oil {renewed laughter) And Tere an | satistection on the years you have|cal iotereste looked after aleo—be | Among the paced
there depended from the centre, the | whole-heartad interest, and unapar- | berence to the principle of chtistian {er Of prosperity rising for thie coun- } spentin Trioidad, and turning te the| boped with those thres things com- | py ine be, Penne
national ‘fag of tho Emerald ,fele. | ing hard work In the tauso of educa- | education, I raust eay thatthey are | try of ours; I seo the Panama Cana {men of that day (your boys of this diced, the boys of 8 Mary's College Now York westhe
This wae the handjwork of Nev, Mr. | tion, not fickle, but when they embrace a | cut and the vessels of all nations pour | morning) you will be able to say t~S1| would become men whore bearts would B Tastcher “whe. es
Graft, whilst the floral decorations in | Not content with devoting much | principle, they cling toitfor ever. We {log lato the mighty harbour of the | monumentum requina crreumspice | be eound, latelligent, trained, and that Wovernor pf the
evidence were the result of the of Zour -time and »# fendid ifts | are met today in this representative Gulf of Varia to get that precious {eel erous G, usel
attention bestowed bythe ladies of | to those who placed their spiritual | assembly of \becreotes of Trinidad to | liquid which uow promises to bring us Priiehy NEW rHiNUIPAL'S REPLY. honour, ever ready to do what § cccompanied by by
the Altar Society, @ address tol welfare and the education of thelr | do honour to that great principle—the | increased Po rity; | eee the ‘levia- | Ie, Crebau in repty said it wasa pity | they ought for the ves and their op pan
Father Neville was illuminated by one J children under your guidance. you | principle of christian education, | hans of the Jsritish Navy crowding | that ble Personality bd to be intruded } families, and their duty to God and The following

ttrictest regularity to the meelings of | that the vast majority of the educated] himselfa tithe of tbe affection which Guill ordered the arreg
pared to speak twhea weceseary, and | have of faith and knowledge? Neither | the ocean,—he would consider himself From what we are 8 ul
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up that they too will be public-epirited, Catholic education (applause). | stance confidently rely upon the belp J them. Lhis was taka
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education to the youths of Trinidad, | Cocos which to-day is a great aod pros | remind you of your loved Shamrock = to deal with~some smart boys in ee
‘or close upon seven years Trinl- | It was thwir belief tnd the belief of that Pera igdastry at the coloay (applause) Tne EMBCKM OF OUR FaIT his hile laughter). They were av welll vaxyop sama por

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of the good Sisters of the Holy Name were ever found ready and will. | There have been temptationain your {oto our harboure to receive the life upon the day's celebration. He would | their country, (loud applause).€ overheard not tar fcom

Convent, Chaste In design, though] ing to further the best Intereste of | path todraw you from that high and | blood without which they would be [have been very glad indeed If Mather THE CHAIRMAN THANKED,

beautifulin effect, it was the object | the people god the progress and | noble principle. A great insti i

of admiration of all who saw It and} prosperity ofthe colony, by taking | has been endowed in our midst; splen- | population rising and increasing day f and bed kept it tur bimself ; for it was | the subject of his remecke was worthy Haller'a comet
Ite preparation is-certainly a credit to} an active part inthe work of public | didly fquip a. having the finest site | by day. Anerao Prosperity basbegua, [4 preat misfortune to him to bave|ofa big speech, he latended to be very . nS sab, me
the artistic ability of its executant. boards and institutions, inthelsland. It was a temptation in- | Which, let ue hope will last for many I ty address them in the baitry style | short in moving a vote of thanks te J omet, but if it bin
On it were depleted the Arms of Lhe Ly them, as by us your departure | deed to the creole to leave old St, | centuries. But let ety
Congregetion of the Holy Ghowt | will bekeenly felt. Io order that your | Mary's College and go elsewhere, but | tide by side with this great material § such eloquence as they had just listen: | foutstepe of Dr. Orchan as well a h

Fathers and of Trinidad, with « fac | name may continue to be ever asso- | did “hey yield to the temptation P Iterd prosenity which is dawning upon thie | ed to; vizz Mr, Nellier’s able opening, | possibly could, ‘by expressing hissf REPLY FROM Lomb:

simile of bt. Mary's College dauidings. uated with 3t. Marg’s College, and [the lisé of pamcsa. "those who goto
Seen eee eeeeeee tne] MA tokem of our regard and esteem | the Queen's Royal College aud you | proskenity | theb tide Uy | side with magnificent or pp coLos.
te J. de or Daving or you, we ha a fund for | w in ab the crovie not r hear! @ must express to Mr. fit wan jack ad brought: .
chair, sald it wae hie fist duty to] the pur; P annually [ there, but to the College’ where land, we shall have good, alfectionate. | 0 Uonnor Md menibers Mr the Com wee Food is co oxneead bis ° neon lhe following has
mention that Ils Grace the Arch bieb: agoid medal toba known as“ The [their fathers and grandfathers loving hearts, attached to thelr | mutes hie deepest gratitude for the | ofa worthy eon of Trinidad in thepy 22rd Kuollye by the
fotended to be there, but unfortunately | Neville Medal," and to be competed | went-St, Macy's College (applause) | Mother Church and that we shall # kind welcome they bad extended tof person of Mr, Bellier (hear hear), Hej] Amalgamation Fri
te Tee ChurchS seek oe te forts y aN? pipile insuch clase and fa t think bersfore vhat the Deed attached to the great principle of I tb:

‘atric. such subjects as you may select dent o! t. ary's lege wou thelr welcome and he desired ta return | koe ence sent by
there, and regretted it very much, [bt /herever yourduty may call you, | ill read the character of the Reople, fq |cbristain education, (hear hear, | hie sincerest thaoks for the warn Know thelr Chatrmen Bs Rot for fot ed loyal Family
washis further duty to mention that] weshall always regard you asone in } the old creole familiew of Thnited, if bare tothavk you Mr. Chairman and y inanner in which they had expressed | them himeelffromtline to time, Iu:
the Committee was hot quite complete, | whove life aud acts ainongat us were fhe accuses them of belog fickle or { Members of the committer, aud thank | ic He was glad indeed (that Father | his opinion—and he eald it without ‘rom Koollys
aa there were a few members who] retlectedthe highest ideals of the] false to principles, I am led to take all for the very kind address you | Neville was able to renin there for hesitation, aad without fear of being | , ‘* ectetary Aw
were unavoidably absent, Ile would} Catholic priesthood, We shall | the opportunity of thanking the Chair. | ave sbrosented to me, and for ‘the | some tims after hia(Dr. Crehan's)arrival contradicted, ~Mr, Sellier was the true: J S2cleties, Uolon
ak the Secretary toread the letters] always appreciate you as one who| rman and other members of the Com. | Very Kind things ssid Init, Let me | becausa the evidence of the attachment | embodiment of the creole character, © The Queen
expressing the regret of those who] hes done much forthe advancement| mittee for giving a medal to this | take this occasion to bid you sod affection which Father Nevillehad | as described by ley, Father Nevills {thanks ‘for your

and, there shall alwaye be a spiritual Father Netille’s reply, and the really | regret that he (the speaker) had pot, hayes

+ were not able to attend. aod pros rity of the colony, and its] College, to perpetuate in a certaia GooDBYE gained for himself by the work he hed | applause). There was no fickleness § #00 of sympathy Jo im

Mr. M, Hamel-Smith (jnr.) then read {peo Ve shall alwaye affection | way, my memory, but itie really to} 20d to assure you that I shall ri Lhese ‘aud. other
letters expreselog regret at their In-{ ately remember you + true, sin-| encourage the toe 'of this and future | Dever, forget the kind friends in of Trindade “coupled wilt test oe good friendend =. wound caries me by wubjecta of tee
ability to attend in person though} cere and dear friend. Kenerations to be firm uphboiders of | Trinidad, andthat { Ishall ever be} celebration, —was tertalnly for hitn | was his (the speaker's) pride to say uust give to Hing
thera were prosent in epirit.—from{ FATHER NEVILLE REPLIES, | the great principle of tempted to forget then, this beautiful 1 (Dr, Cyehan)a great object lesacn, Li | bec We Heiherand bimselt moves Hoyal teuuly, ove

have those hearte sull mora firisly futm, Le was very much touched by | would not say much, because heif Usien, in reply. to Kis

tution | lifeless logs on the ocean; I see the | Neville had occupied the scene entirely | Mr. KF. J, Malogot sald, although terday lute plet-or 4
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Jlon, le A. Wharton KO, (Actin Very Rev, Fr, Nevitle eaid, M CHRISTIAN EDUCATION, address will alwaysbe @ reminder tof would also be to bi . dep loyalty end of the
potion Generans Meme Adcien £04 | Cualrduaa, ler. Fatharm ‘Ladies aud | Andlet me llzounnthiaday, chough | ect tbe kind ad noble bear that | pore in momenta of diiculty and] opportunity ol knowing ove, anocher,f ¢#7 felt ia thet ead Mh
4 enolemens cet daty on thie occa- lay of sor - u (be dida't expect to mest man and when anything was told of Mt nae:
Hon. Denis Blyne (Receiver Geveral) | sion is to thank our chalrina row for toe,there is still consolation | the wavarying affection they have f tut they mi e Tithe openk ties”
. the labier of wt sols ang expreseed fhe very kind ‘words he bas said. e is ta the fact that leave with you sian elpaye chown me reciente) looked back ee bet day's funcusn, it aadersteod that Peas’ vucecliogly The Constaa
own namie, and in the name of his col- 0 fe ripe in experience, ripe in acho- © 4 would bring before hiv mind wh. Py (la "
roud of the work which Yather | teagues; but particularly | will aay, fn | larehip, acd full of energy and deter- | A-« D. QConnor, to welcome Dr, t and what afcorrech (laugdler), ‘Chere was no
aville bed done in the jnterest of | ine ee § pat particu arly 1 will say, 8 mination to carry thiv Prlociple to the Creban, the new Principal . great and rich returo one could expect J doubt that when Mr, Selllerhad any- —
ucation, deep feeling and anitection we rd veryend. (hear Aeor), He is aman | WELCOME TO NEW PRINCIPAL it e@ midst ofsuch a generous popu thing before him to carry out, hedidit {The following 6u
THE CHAIRMAN'S OPENING RE- | whose memory I will always fondly | 7bohas inade bis mame in the educa- | AC A. D. O'Connor (Crown Solicitor) | G Connor nad toned ath Air, | even.at the expense of ‘much labour, | revived st Ubis ome
MARKH, shorish LT haze tc I always ondly | Teal World, in the land olen is | addressing the Very {Gro De. Crehen onor bad referred tu the necesaity | {a the present case of presenta- | Uuilected by John D, Gam
Mr. Bellier next addressing the audl- | the very kind aldcaes Ae Dave given comes. If there is one well known Ja said My colleagues have deputed ine ofa eeethst he boped ake ed to juce 2%, Father Neville, @ vub- ° ning Geo M0
ence sald. - liefore rusliog the address | me, - it is beautifally iluaiioated, aod | Ireland for great edurational work, | 0m thelr behalf, and on bebalf of t Urehan's) guidance, that education | make anybody undertek Ht aguuld | Oo bach by Geo,
which we are to prevent Lo Itey. Mather very hicely worded ; speaking in such | “bat Individual is De. Ureban who fs Col upila and friends ‘*f would continue to given ia Stuf Mr, ‘Main th ro Mab oii oven be P, me =
Neville to-day, cannot relrel in from | puble language the lofty aentinents of | t¥e President before you to-day. (hear ‘ Ke, to extend to you a cordial Mary'e College with no lene etfect thon | ut (Ea ey wom ave padertaken ss . Eierre -”
f eaylng that my loug and happy asso« [ ygue hearts, Shall 1 tay that f aus fier Andi can assure you ford haveit welcome to Trinidad, Your duty has fin the past. He (the speaker) hoped | the ua i ) but to carry It out with. § t. Borde Agel
: claion wath the boly order of which | overwhelmed by tle kind thinge that | {rom hig own Iipe) that. he will give galled you toa land of promise,” to | inat would surely be the oase, which Me, Helier and perfection with O siiected by 2 a
yen au adiirable apostie, aud fay {n- fare sald therein? The word over | every luch of evergy [a his body and | * /and with a future, to a land io ing the trend which affairs wove ieee | it hr. erhaddone it, would f Uullected by baat
. inate knowledga uf your ministry | whelmned isa strong one, yet it fenot |%UL to further the lotereste oft. which if that promise aud that | ioc, and the metered prosperity whiels ave been beyond the reach of moet § siatfot Audit Uffce.

outaide the walls of this inatitation, | strong enough to express what I feel | “Mary's College and of thepeople of this | future are to be redeemed, we f logmed #0 largely ou the horizon of heehee Sather be thanked for kevieg | rie failed bye ”

. force me_to break through the four] at thekind words contala tsland, You mention in the address, [ust have men whose mliods aod be thanked for having [ +ait Trini
corners of this parchment which can- f address, Shall Isa that Tam eee that I bave donesomething for the | be4tts have been correctly tralned, presided so abl attheirfunction, lie JU. A. Walke ms
nob contain all that we would and [fale should be the basest of men | Cony as a pabligman leupposea einen of culture and of ebaracter prosperity might not bring (as it so Oras thet in t e distant future when 9 it. Ak Lighterman
could way of you and to you {hear did I not feel my heart welling up with | Public maa ts one who gets iatu promi. | (¢P} vee) The moulding of such f times did} a torgetiulnec at | teresto swe mayan would be leaving (about J It. Hraser—To
hear) True 10 io that your patience | gratitude whea tisteaing to the kind pRence by way of position, and hasan en jes, Io the post which passes | which were far grester than whateres | would be prone hence) Me, Sellie: | A+ Ebilips—Hex ¥,
may for a woment be tried dy the f (hings you have sald, Am I pleased F epportuaity of doing some good for | fem my friend Father Neville to you, teu poral interests could Oy peor aM Prevent to preside, and he J A. odwanand F,
r language of animperfect speaker, F Holy writ says that “good wine re- | the country | have been @ member of | Aad the tidiage which preceded your uld occupy people {(\ir. Maingot)to move a similar vote || Uirect Line Slevedores

tthe warm trish heart willnot bef joiceth the heart,” but { think there | three Boards—the College Oounell, | *dveut to the colony, leave us assured suring tho Uline they had to spend on | uf thanks (applause), Hamlyn’s Ugh ae

fpervious to the feelings {atended to f fe someth! Hoard of Kducation, aod the Public | bat it will be well and tt tie bad been spoken of aa bay- Bellier having briefly ret ni, A, Li. Coker,
bo conveyed, nor tothe senUment of plessanb than "RO a atoo et locke Library Comnnittoe. I bad an oppox carried out. Trinidad ave: vdatiee fog, souie experiency iu education, | thanks, the fanction tendered a Brevedores «1

affectionate regard and loyal devotion | Cheering words tunity of doing rome ang I by heaven to shine with d to Unfortunately his @xptrienca was a ed eo. Tryhau
which prompted it. I must flnt ex frlenda tap lause). In the fiom eind Sery grateful Lo the chelrna tell. | {nm lustre while bor sister o were shorten Bit and be wished itt LATEST NBWS FROM COLON. Employees of the ue
tesa tny profound gratitude to my E that have beeh said fo thie addcess, | (ok me tbat I have done some good, yy Caribbean grow more more f throw Lt Nit @ wished he coulg __
ther siembere of the Oummittes | andin the kinder words of your worthy | V8! D'Y aubilion, my dearest desire te | dim tll most of them threaten to bad been gi an fhe work, which AFrows the Colon Starlet ) Keaployses of Mowers
god the irienda of | Lhe College, for thy Chalrman, [can see goud, noble, do something for Trinidad and ite peo pe into obscurity altogether (augh | energy 0 veo Sarr, the eon & Todt ‘-
ng chose y {0 youl creole heart, tpeaking out ite gratt. | ple. Trewcuber some yoare hors a ® great number of the [uot tuat his energy bed dimiacbed Car Harn one Wo

their ffectionate farewell, aod | tude tur what been done for i nad @ very distinguils
then I must tell you dear Mather, how | (applauech An | surprised’ at tele | Secretary and a distinguished orator ~ |!" loned by half-ruiued_owne Loyeea of the
. happy I feet at having been authorized [ the recipient of this surprised pi belox Ste ugh Chifford. He ave a lecture Trlnldad mavaged to hold her ows 'b Pecans ior neenlag fein cle & wn pee
fo speak In thelr name. Not one of us [at all surprised ¢ for frum the firt day | 08" Altrutem, ” and.told ua that we] *ith her cocoa estates, and a few Do wok whi better Judgment in running from th Peter Lock! Helmeeh
oan forget bow durlog those seven | I landed here uatil the present houg | thould not devote ovr pnergies to our yeere later When the immense value f sontided tobi eee eb bad bea f humes when the reportof sie qi tbell F setf iducation Uses
Years oF your Life in Trinidad, ze and (n reading the annals of St Mary's | Selves, bub remember (hat we live in| of the Hitch, Lake was ascertained, | ios congenial ibe es EK Wee the | wdearthquakesroused them from thels | Shamrock U.G. a:
wtentified yourself with us in our joys | College, 1 know of the devotedness ‘of | the midst of aoclety and we could and f rcanie known as of coumercirl | od tc undertake, aud he at been ask-} slumber TT 3t, Marys Usilege Hope
and in our porrows—nay mora in the | the people of Trinldad,—of the past f Should do something forthebetterment Telus by other than those whose in I years to come to de he hoped during! it te very well row to criticize for I Lie ar ee rigad
, datter thanio the former It was at fatudents of bt Mary's College-—to thig | Of ue fellows, Bhat doctrine la nots 1 rile were bound up with hers. | ihe caue of teething to beip lack of tudginent fia not rew. be: ing &. U, Jardines. -“
the eradie that your worde of congra. | [oatitution which was founded 47 years | DEW One It was taught centurice be- ar fe, merce hae growa in « marked | education i bac ra atta, tbristlen | that ac ence hae not so far ads noes | {raasferred from “ji
tulation caus! the hearts of Gud fagoio your midst, You have ident, | fre Dy tbe Great Teacher when Ae senor withio the pas 7 bidad, to help as to predict thecoming of an earcte Twill |
parents to beat faster with much joy | fied we with this Colle, iuepeak said “” Love ys ove another,” “lkar flags ° ‘buteneten ° an earth: Fon, above fund wil be
and gladnése; it wae in tolling ourling to we these worde of thanks | ¥# be anotber’s burdens.” “ Do uns | Ow th th the people's ni e imaging thay Slat of May, ead all
little ones of the rich and plenty of fand grautude, you are but expressing others as you would have others do | ‘tAmere that viet her porte, end to. tha be edg wary | tension oF tive aeerres rondy at a
Divine Grece, when forthe first time the uoble seutinent of your at | Ueto you.” Jt was He whe taught the | ¢47 her oll-Hels bave made ‘Trinidad ine alee Nepublle sw want
at your banda, they received their tachment to this good institution. | treat doctrine of Aitrulam. And tt ts AN IMPERIAL ASSET. separates this Hept bli than
Hucharlstio Jesus -that you brought | You told me that you have followed | (he duty of mea who are in position, {°f exceeding great value (loud apr € j line, and with all'th o by . tive might be made 4
lota Nitle hearts the nig test Joye of f my ministration as a priest here in this | 404 Who have ability and fortuse,— [iiweeh, On the discovery of them, juved up in the minde Oe after
the shapplest days of thelr lile tap [college and other parte of the island, | Soe {the attention of the Hritish Admiralty id na of some people - =
uses 1b wae at the allar of God [Twenty five years ago the Hisbop wae drawn to our shores ; la the Pros- th Pproactr of | Ualisy's | =
t you united in the bundevf Moly f placed hie holy han head Rieapy-N. N - fectiog of them, European capital th inost sceptical and AUCTION
Metrhiony several of our children, | wade me the Lord's s Ged Jott Nave Neepicing, -You need | fows into the island.” andon ‘the eda it can well be pardon. _—
! assuilo, ony that if they lived first | called me to th minutes. eed a pyeician, for ordjary Ue when | whole, Trinidad stands today by nof Many patent medicines bare co: whente be peoes rash id the open, COULER &f
ity” wilt 4 “hapy bur ie wes weno tnd ia eee, Mi pricelveg Healing “oi Por eon ode se | means sere at test so id a, ive Syret but Bieklo's Aa Conuump. hy a earthquakes; et “* wes diralgued will
, : a @ ‘lightin lerack® | throat,” uronohlal troubles “Ife zt ve Byrup contigues to ooc t We tir) F ‘to ares
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CAPTAIN BERNIE

Yon Bethmann Hollweg with Uhead- [ record that
Kaiser's ordera, that} time, being 44 2beeconds better than
thereisno danger. This te tho first | the 2) 27 25 done b

that | fine exhibitionon Monday when

tanced causing biortocarry ble arm} Soed that be had no diMcult in tio:

ning the ning mile race In Trinidad run

theChiueee Envoy Twaitao and the [ April 2 in spite ofa powerful combina-
“Gazette” annonces that officialstion against him and in that race he

had the satisfaction of putUng up the
remarkable time of 2omins —&
romises to stand for some

Morais at Ken-
e 27th December

has vot yet competed

alagtén Tatk on
last.
Cipriant

It fe asserted that thd Chancellor | againat Salvador, nor agaist any of
wil be allowed to make another [the Jamaica riders, so they will all

meet for the firettimeon the 24th in-
stan

Mikey " and Salvador are consider
ed by far the most dangerous of the in-

h atates that the | vaders, and it is felt that if Jamaica is

te gounderinthe race forthe Gold

£1,2U0,03} and a contract for 25 years | Cup It will betoone ortheother of

these two.
Ciprisul is believed to be at the top

feated upon this ivsuo against a pres-|of hieform,andhe tenot sorry that

the Intercolonial Sports hare been
Postponed to the 2ith as be will be
alfie to puta few fiaishing touches to

As otated before, Cipriant is “great
buble equally ood tu a

hard giuelling race. ile bas shewn
thle on many occasiona when fpracti-
sing at Knuteford Park and he gave a
ie

raced after JoLnscn who hada lead of
He kept thieup for about «

soinister through a | quarter of a ile, but it was enough to

That Nttter burst alone jwould abew
thet he ja first class, and will bave as
acbance ae soyone, forany race
owhich he starts. Cipriani rides bis

i of Losse é ttl ted that a: secret_court- ining.
; [fone Blankets ete, | atures tnt | Nett
s < wero ant Mofrichter anged for | on the aprint,
” ‘ the murder of Captain Maders ils
ONS SMITH BROSAND vO tbe pander of Cap re
. A JAPANESE APPOINTMENT.
: The Boxrmanna, , Tokio despatches announce
Porvet Spain, Th s Yiseount Tereucht has been appointed left the bunch he wae riding with and
Trot . apaneve lent General for Koreas
Trinidad __The Stores. __ yee. Viscount Sope, but will remain ta | 50 yards.
. apan an
a ee For Business Men Only debut . Prince Yamagata. Viscount | make the spectators‘ open their eyes.’
~~ . Bone asbeen made a Pri¥y Coun-
_ — cillor.
— FRESH O more worry over the gnestion of VANADA'S RECOGNITION TO

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a & Moet sallegactory menrer On applica
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besides javeatiog money {0 mortgage
transectlona fiom 9500 La $1,000 on
house and estate properties within easy
reach of the city, Paritwe to all trana-
action will reap the advanlege of nolerate
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Ottawa, May 30th.

Bernier 00) acres of land at Ponds
Tolet, Baffin Island, in récogaition of
his explorations.
Northernmoat landowner,
AVIATION IN THE UNITED
STATES,
New York, May dth.









This makes him the ! of the cracka, It is

macbine gea ile lea law

Tbe Dominion bas given ‘Captalo | student and fe articled to a prominent

solicitor in Trinidad.

Marvellous * Mikey "isthe only one
d who gives Sal-
vador any concern,





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E oF meen ete atieoaa | Mae Punt Oy uate PPh
| — ew York Ci ce!
Re. a aa a ' @ Lid Apely Carella OMek sens | mnilesstan average speed ofa rile in Bullding and Loan Association,
The. Trinidad Shipping & Tra ing Or, FAO eco ae tog Tal time une tee GXNEHAL MEETING OF BUAREHOLDERS,
eee LATEST TELEGRAMS two stops, tie beat the 1 featest ox The nineteenth ot rdinsry _ general
rs - je same Pou! apd use
. NIDAD LINE OF STEAMERS WL & Panama Telegraph Company hewmaliet Uiplane ever made: pee pol anareholdere of end tia
RS KING GEORGE CONFERS WITH Lats
jaded Bolivar trom Llnefielde state that } the regietered office of the jon
crate Trina carrying Throegh Freight for seein f,t KUTOULENEI odben eta el red oearal Nei Chaco mye y sqiarday ater.
pe re'e assault with 20 casu p —. .
Foew ee eee aE eS ee re idea Woucese Kite Gomegs fad ‘ned | captured mien, bis casualties being | mans, vice Preidenl prewillog, on,
a - New Vor trinidad trinidad New York, | POR SALE AT Kitchener, [he postponement of the] "farnen stares WARSIIPS | Tow. A. 0. Rudin, J. W, McCarthy,
MOV OF GRANADA Mech, 19 = Mcb 20 — April G4 Reet Ey latter's departure for Malta would ORDERED TO DLUKFIELOS. Nh, W. Brathwaite, G. C. Deane, IH.
ae ACAS* Mch” 30 April ® apr 18 = PAUL H SCHEERER & C0- be popular and if is suggested that be} rie United States warships “Phils. | A. flee, Dr J. A, Tere, Mecars, 1. 0.
_ Aprll 9 April 19 \. April 37.0 May @ Phone it should be the first member of the See ie ne led | Inniss, IL °S, Vietra, If. Israel Jeffers,
ag tas APE 0 es ny IL. Mey 2 7 (PAonedth Army Counoll with special duties In| Seipbia” and “Prairie” here sailed | (Oia ii Drayton, Irvi
, Nor GRANADA® April 23° ww May 1g Moy Sl May 29 connection with the Territorial { With supplies for the marines who | 7 ik, Cyl Ingle, BIE Jones,
‘ BACAS™ ,, ” ue “ ne Mey gi Jue f.. Jase l0 ‘Aray. are to be taken from Panama to Blue- 1 it see OM oiterbateh c
MM or GiANAUA" Sey 8 TlJove 7. Jue Ibn. Jae 24 NOURNING FOR KING RDOWARD | fede Aug, Petion!, ¥. J, Horsford, W. A,
BR ACAS? "et jue 8 jc3ave 37 2 dupe Shoe Jalp i MODIFIED, Ciarke and others with J.P. Mathiaon,
——— H] With the Kicge approval the | The Wonderful Sprint of Mr. | acting secretary.
‘ta aboresSteamors call af the Island of, Brenada both wayl- mournigg for Kiog dward wi'l be Cipriant The minutes of the ast ordinary
Ca : TRADING COMPANY, LIMIDED | Would draw’ the attention of those) QUEEN MARY COLONEL OF SUCCESSFUL RACING CAREER Fred, meeeed were
AD BHEPPING AND BW. purchasing BOOTS or SHOES that) | ULUCHEH Ht BSAIiS, Mar RACK + [oe Mtter touch discussion, the annual
Tylalded, @ ancou: y ofthe oth ; statement of accounts and the dires

The Jamaica * Gleaner”
iustant publishes a photo (br Morais)
of * Mikey Cipriani,“ which wa, bow-
ever, cannot aa

they have just received



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a
FOR MEN and WOMEN, BOYS,
GIRLS aod INITANTS.

They would point out that
American Samples

«bich woaro sure will be
pleasure

Above
Ctprianl,
production 0}
athletics are



He js the moet wonderful

{ireoow Bt rink as far

rkey will resort to arms,
proeste he added, bad been made
against the exclusion of Musselwen
fromthe Cretan Assembly and de
mands for the maintenance of Tur

key's sovereignty.
: PROTESTS WRITTEN
CHINESE Padi.

N

Peking d bh status it is es:
Se Tt Tlobert Dlatt’s asslstant,
rt Lrvdon, will succeed sir

me
lovesmter, .}0U, when, ithough a
novice, he “ swept the board,” beating
ell the crecke.
Ne pest appeared at the Selection
Sports

last for the pu *of eelectiog their
representallves for the Jenisica meet
jog thie wonth, Ciprisalagaln sbow-
ed that heilerealiys tp-top

over every distance,
To thse the words of a hadi

ng sporte-
beet tnan of Trinidad, * Cipriani £ of the

been sentta the ofticlals written ia’

blood,
*PLUVIOSK ” TO BE RAISED,
It le stated that eight to eleven
deze will be pecesery for raising
the submarine “Ituviose.” A aleter

ship bes been orde:
THE KAISER INCONVENIENCED
HY POISONOUS BITIC

has ailing longepriot, which has
won bius all his local victoriea, Ele
beaten on bie merits, we shall have po
excuse Wo offer” i.
Up to the present time “ Mikey
has competed in pine events and of
these he won seven and gut second
lace lathe other twa, beating the
b that Trinidad aod Uarbados could
pot forward sgalcst bia. He was to

?
,

The Wear and Fit
(ON EAOH PAIR,

th Trinidad Shipping and Trading Go. Pmtd

he

we adinire; it alsu | ond

The
publishes the following appredalon: Board of Directors on the ith June
an

‘e a picturo of " Mikey" | proved.

as jon
ed, fe firstie- | McCarthy and Brathwaite be
an bis faslog career on the ob of slected on the Board of Dirvctors.

held io Trinidad on 2nd April i

brillant order over acy distasce and | ©

le is Oat
quite our best wan (Teipidad) and if gaded ly

tore’ report thereon were adopted on

the motion of Mr L. 0, Tonlss, sec
led by Ne Frephlio,

ividends declared the

the Slst December last were ap-

Tt was moved by Mr Hes and sec:
ded by Me Vieira thet Mesers
re

fe was ag: to

The reelection of Mesere Hapeey
and Hoffman a¢ President and Vice
President feepectively wes mioved b
Me Ereckiin, secon: by Mr L. a
an

Me Vieire’s amendwent seconded
oy Me Drayton, that Mr Hoffman be
elected President, and Me Itapeey

F and
had no difieulty in defestlug Pore eld Vice Dreaident as Mr Rapsey might be

way frow the colony for sone time,
was eventually withd awn in deference

to the wishes of the majoity of the | D!

harebolders.
The original motion was adopted,
be motion of Mr Vieira, ceo
Mr Jones, the re-siection of
O. Inoiss and Legge as audi?
tore were approved.
Ar Drayton, on bebslf of the ebare-
‘hotders, present end absent, thanked
the directors for thelr good work and
the healthy state of the Association.
pe Perez seconded.
emevtlng thea etparated,

Chamber Set and one Wicker Chair,

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MURDER AT CARENAGE.

WATOLMAN ON “CONCORD?
TALE DONE 10 DEAIL Bes

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TUS ASSAILANT AT LARUE,

Ong of the most atrocious and colds
looded tragedies ia the anaale of local
crime, ae o-miroitted on * uocord*
catate, Carenage, -the prcperty of Mr,
Kibeiro, between 8 ted 5 oe . on
banday olght last, the victim being the;
watchasan, a Venezuelan by the oume o
Matos, ltappeace from whet we bara
gathered, Matos was sitting in bus room
someone ca im, entered bis apat-
meut and withoot the Jeast wutnlog,
asdscited bim, aad with a weapon sup.
posed to be » cutlass, wouaded bin most
cruelly abous the neck, face and cheat,
besides inflicting several small wounds
on the forebead, ‘Ibe iojured man,
abrieckiog and b'eediog, ran t1!! be came
to she boute of one Lostache Daobsson,
otherwise salle Feengek, about 250
ards from the scene of the
Where be ctled Cor aeeustanen Dube
waa away af tho tine, but bis wile came
out, asaleo the former's brother, who
lives at ao adjoining hous, aod they
saw the tajarea man holding the door,
He cried out saying, “If 1 ae, isis on
account of a bag of cocos,t” acd theres
upon fell dead, The police at Carsnage
were iamediately epprised of the occur.
feoce, snd they in tuen communicated
with Oooatabulary teadquartera, In.
spector Mey with Chief Detective
seraley aod Detective Sergeant Hoyd
ryceeded {masedistely to the acane, and
during the whole of yesterday, scoured
the ticity to investigate tho matter,
The house to which the crime wie perpe-
trated {a situated on thesea froot neat
“Harts Cut” It is said that juss
about the time wheo the outrege is said
lo have been committed, two men were
seen leaving the shore in» boat, They
wore called by some poreons, but they
took no notice of them, It might ba
mentioned that the deceased groom was
one of three comprisiog a building. The
overseer Who ales Uccupies ove of the
apartments wae away io Vort-of Spainag
thetine ; the third rcon fs ued ae
hitcbes. De. & W, Howetacn, DM 0.,
viewed the body. The decoaed was
about 55 years of

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z 45 For Immediate Sale, Ia He your Agent Feretng himat |, ¢I8E On, rouse of sin CARRIAGES ... es ss
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‘ 42 3 AS THE OWNER IS LEAVING THE] * secure his servucene ay Wi hae ey weteted aruna HORSES UNDER BADDLE lw,
5 ad . COLONY May 18:h-1m, 28 doxs o¢ Ds mage by fue, ALBERT i, a
ye 6

ON THE SOTH INSTANT ~ Dy SILVA'S _

Ove 162 81x year old Amenean cob—quist
in harne-sand toder autdie, Up to

~ ane yeight. aeund ja wind and limb, -
Ove 151 Jsmslesa mare=Taoroughbred ‘
8 good aad gentle ¢repper,
One Light robber cpnd Victoria,
OnE New Bicycle, wheeled bell bearing,

fAetican baggy, very strong and —AND—
. a!
Taeex Riting Sad Iles,

Osx Ber areette A. DE Boisstrer, Undertaking Department.

Tomigration Ottce,
‘ort-of-tipaln, 63, ABERCROMBIE ST,
Telephone 297,

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* RENT, == Insurances
Noep tflected for securing Ine
demnity for the Loss of Rest in case of Fire,
LOSES by Lightoing are made good ty
the Office,

Tol\ephone Wo. 170,

" = _ Fitty per cent off Rates
Sn, anna Regdmaen, | seemreempeeeeeemeeeeeermenrer mere
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oA os Unsolicited Appreciation
“HE THAT HATH EARS TOHEAR A pai
-~LET HIM HEAR” of land sitacte
ee Hib, known se
‘T was before His Honour Mr. Jue | tised for sate by
tice Swan In the District Court on | Bargals," wisbeagy
last, in the matter of An-
Caipaleah, for that she, on a
certain day In May did “wilfully "— | baring an tater
not maliciously—do damage to «a 19th May, 108 4°
anerna bat, valued at $12 by throw- wt

ingthereon a certain Indian prepare
Teremblinig S748 | TRINIDAD, Ge
VIGIORIA INSTITUTE. ation at teing erbtbied in ‘Gourt, Oa Jn the aopreanehaine gy
PROGRAMME GF CLASSES, | Giving wzpere evidence as'to to the | No.7 of 010,
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LUCIEN’s CHOCLOATE
THE STANDARD OF EXCELLENCE

CT AVE been awarded fthe DIPLOMA OF MPRIT ia toreferencs to all other
, competitors by the jury at tbe CANADIAN NATIONAL EXHIBITION
TORONTO 1909 ‘Batter ahd eheiper thi othere evoa at higher prices | ..——..

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Port-ol-ypain and Arima,

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le Mane rere,
* Dea 1, Charlotte Street, Port-of-Spain,
Travel'ing Representative HENRY FE. GIROUX,
KFrhouwue Mo. &0,

SALT

Hx Sohn, “ROLE,”

T he if ¢ . + > fzpert evidence aa to to the
_— se ° je sal mardi gras
0 whem | may 0. CerD, Second Term Commences May #3rd Pains being successfully s emoved from Jeha
1TH reference ta a rorice fa the “ Mirror baa the Pewitnes carte raoe ons Ex parte Hota
newspeper of the goth April, so1p re a | MOXDAYS—French (beginners) at 6 o'clock. ee ees OO Tile Honour anid, in ‘worde Notlce ts

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WILL BE SERVED BY leise dated and April, 1906, beteeen Purtap Spanish (latermediste) at 7 o’ciock, . i
(or Pastop) of Oropuche and Julian G Rust of Typenrittog at 7 ocleck nn to this effect :-1can quite understand writlog

Portai-Syais, for Tweaty-o0e (2t) yews for | Typabate—Ty,erritiog at S ociock am that, for I had a hat cleaned some time | Ftock-Ia-

ing aod searching Jor oJ, asphatuns, *
respecting, nod under seventy (ysl ee wore Dremmakivg at 3 and 6 o'clock

C. C, VI NCENT Be eo Oe ee ere Sees amore er Drawing a & o'clock p.m,
. ouh (beginners) at 7 o'clock

188 I'vedk, Street.) public In general, that such pin. bhortpaod (begioners) at 6

v'olock p.m. Shorthand (sdvanced) at
To'cloce p.m, Choral Section af 8,15

pm

WEDNESDAYS—Shorthand (Intermediate)
6 v’clock pm. Book-keeplug at 7
o'clock pm

P =.
THURSDAYS—Art Needlework at 4 and 5

condition than it had ever of Whartos & Oe. :
Judgment for plaintiff? for $4.00 and | All offers to be Siilagiasd tx a
cos! ;

FANCY FAIR

who from Juno Ist will be
Prepared to purchase all your proceedings wil be taken against him by me.

OLD Goip é,... rata

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: a ‘ ‘clock pm. Eogiish Composition a¢ PRIN-
a higheat ket _ Oropcbe, ed Mer, t910.~14/sfto—6w goel In aid of the R. C, Presbytery, PR. :
—+2 0 ’ This if no fake as the weit " Feckeck pum Typemitiog a | CBS TOWN tabs held inthe | aa robete
~ Autocar, Brae agent [COCOA Properties] miss ?Preicareocre. oe eed en or bata ihe 18 Sal
' . e Auctieneor, Broker, Agent F eT iting at 7 o'clock SATURDAY 181 JUNE 1910- | stasen vo areagh mt
764 Bags ca, 150 lbs. COARSE SALLI éa dois too well knows to Licrunts—Oo Totereal Gumburtiba Ea. 0 ae offer.

roquiro further comment FOR FALE,









pines their cpkeep, tuoniog and Over.
G VINCENT A’ Copapie, 4) miles from the Rat cuissed Fou AutibaNa “OND RE-
. . w & tbe junction of Day! ‘ot 3 .

rruone te, CENT. as Sindy Baok Heads, three, smal GISTERED APPRENTICES,

one roperties bavip water supply an -
eapectally sulted te mea with wel copral Moxpara—Eogileh Compoeltion at 6

rene prepared iff mark {bem coo | WeDwesAYS—Drawlog at 8 oclock p.m,
G BE I L bearing trees aad 60) emaller oves and Frpavs—Adl bmetlo as 7 o'clock p.m,

co, ‘ Cc ean, sepplics, to, Tntqadiog Studenta are iurited to gives

WATCH REPAIRER | Ageia S115 tem. ale Daviog op | fie oumen 9 the Aulony Becrataly

IE FAIR will be o: ed by Hs Gruce Dated this 27h da
‘ the Atchbisbop ot Porest Pala. Bar, i

shooting ga’ ace, fancy, los creem
and tea alla, A Recherche Dinrer—3/-
Doors open st 2 o'clock. Estrance 64,
Coildren ball price—18/5'10—1m,
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THE PORTOF SPAIN GAZETTE TUESDAY »MAY

31 1931
= rij MotAlay 17th, T tor
%, The Jamaica* leaner’ (Alay 1 pees. Conn tek have
































































.§ iy
‘ om x i ae pablisbed a R00 eture of & B a
inl col archased from Messrs,’ ingto’

TO SHOOTERS, |: | euctetelog iates nat eset ot Eacn Oke
“vw Baw it A yan Salvador Seip : Gowan, contalning three scree bt Jand,
ONE so GAVaE, DOUBLE Shannon, with a dwelling house attach i. fot

BARREL LK q A4MMER es the purpose of utilising it as aa Teo!

-| Less EULED,: $35.00 On Tuesday tast, Sith fostant, the , tlon Llospital.

mete Intereolonial echooner. Osprey, 125 . Tie Tue. ota gus’,
Inspection Inclted, tons, the property of Mr. O, Ward,} There fefé by the 1M. mur

ction la bankrupt, was sold at public auction | perbeps the least known gentleman
at Tarteetloa by Mr, Ro ‘Trotman | conection with the Petroleura Indue-
' to Mr, Joho 8, Maughsp, asageat for! try m thie Ooloagy refer w one
| [MAILLARD'S- | | secs “there'ras te competion: aed. Prsieum Optiont tad of

ox sl

Messrs, P, IL Scheerer & Co, have London, Dow iepousl enveneively

rece by cable thet
Hees iris parecer Hog atthe Gerentarh dL tee
on Mey 1th arrived ot Harre on therlug the interests of hie company,
On the Ou Tostant the Afanlelpal| Drilling bes already been commenced
Council of Parts decided Lo rename one] on the area under the supervision of
Bae PDE tee an Gon | few pocpleie’ Twisldad-who are aware
‘o e ;
Kasiesdor’ wil our of the Fatstio febed ‘career’ of Mr

Sweet, — MeDonald in the Calontal Service, he
Por ot Seale The Narbados [eekly Recorder an-

PRICE: ONE PEAK . bes sprit fs | Pein at one or irtha “ates rtieh
2 . i on | trar-Ge

i. em, | the Zee iovtant of Me, Jallue dd Frel- | Honduras, and reoenUy Recel ver-Genz
ed who waa theleral and Treasurer 0



a ng
THE
Port-of-Spain Gazette.

(ASTABLISHED 1824)

Publixhed Darr, Moecary and Public Holl.
days sncepted, ni the a5 SM, Vincent

the Baha

te Hotel] Thie gentleman was aleo instrumen
eres od | ia securing the Petroleum righta ater

ated by the siqnstare of some | Was
Person! I SubInspector } the ater part of the lands now
for at wees te ee Nandenit e. o-in-law of Tospee owned by the Nigeria Bitumen Cor

Canal 4évertisemeants of every description;
= 64 per week j 38 64 por fort+
sigh, pee month per i to be

‘Woanis, &c tae Gd per week earh, 10 be

prepaid

mane poration, Ltd. and the Nigeria Invest-

A gentleman in’ ted In rubber} ment Co, To Mr Is F°Berastein

culture suggeeté thatthe best way to } is due the credit of Initlating this com-
t the rubber peeda from the ti pany,

weld be to hare the pecie [HARBOUR AND MARINE NOTES,

rateancrie tee Somat Sh
te! orp e @ ship.
vould save time. and be generally bet-| The Rogal Mail steamer * Tagus,”
ter than shipping via Liverpoook 056 tons, Captain Mason, arrived at
neem 3.60pm. on Sunday from New York
By yesterday's Royal Mail steamer | via Jamaica, Colon and Colombian
Mr. Chardon, well known locally, as porte with 8 tons general cargo and
also Mr Davis, an oil specialist, who passengers for Trinidad. From
_ have been here for some months past | Jamalce? Alr. 0. Wells, Mrs. and Mise
To Conezsroups¥ts. Jeftfor Europe. MrDavisduringhisatay | Bayne, Mr. and B{ra,J. R. Burgess,
‘We do oct bold ourselees responmble for, oof | here made quite a naimber of friends. | Mr. Jas, Cheong and Ar. ©, Green.
do we vecessan'y endorse the opicions | itg will be returniag in some months | From Colon; Mr. A, Gordon, Mr, B.
Sslomos a by our Correspondents in ox thence to stay hore for some time |i, Taylor, Mc.and Mrs, K. Camera
jed by tba reel wgoatare of he wrltat, Many persone saw {hem off and bade | and two children and Mr, A. Perez.
Pot necectarily for publication, bet ase f them Lon woyage. From Savennilla + Mrs, Kammerer,
quarantes of good faith, Rejected manu- w t to Jeara. that confirms: fon, acd | two ushers, ond nine
cannot ore earn eckers from ons team:
sone De rear ned. tory news of foe death by drowning left ai 334 me. taterday, for Europe
of lien! a r. at Amacura, via Oe W! @ follow: pase
Advertising foale on Appttoation. zuela, was received yosterday; ® gen- | sengers, For Southampton: Me te and
'Payelle in advance Pouece extra = | Uleman who arrived from that port | Mrs, 0, 1H. de Lomos, Miss de Lemos,
~ having seen the doctor who ormed | Me, ©. I. H. Bolsslere, Captain an
the post mortem examination, The | Mra. J, DB, Saunders, Mr, L. Simmonds,
deceased who was at one timeem-] Mra, John Phillips’ Mr. DB, Litte-
ployed at Mesers, Arnott, Lambie & | page, Mr, and 3 fh Arneaud de Bole-
Go., waa the aon of Mr Henry Patty of | siere, Dr. J. Stephan and Mr, Wilham
this city. Beebe. For Barbados: Dr. Jugo Del-

gado, Mra. G, deGalbaldon and two
It ta enggested in Jamaica that 4 Bill | servants, Master V, Mareen, Mrs, aod
should be ed making November

Eéhor and Pubbsber ... A, P, T. AMBARD,
Manager oy » BRN, Lavomun,
Gubler wows GH, Foro,

Al Cheques sent to the office of this paper la
payment of bills should bs made payable
lo Thefert-f-Spa'n Gasette.







Current Events.

TO-DAY.
Town Board -8 a.m.

a



Mies Bourne, Mr. A. J. Robineon, Mrs.

$th a public holiday, under the désigna- | E, Skinner. Mr H. E. Seixas, Mr. A.

tion “Peacemsker's Day.” and also tbat | J, Maxall, Mr, L, E, Boxill, Me. I ce

funds should be raised towards per J Becerra, Mr. F, King, Ne and Mra E

Petnating King Edward's memory in ] A. Minds, Mr. J, Chung and Miss N.
he form of « statae. Johnson:

Sale of a parcel of landaituate in} 1 oaded mulecarts, handcarts, motor | The Dutch mail steamer * Prine‘der
the ward of Mayaro by Louis John & | jornes and sundry, went to make up Nederlanden” arrived on Sunday from
Co, between the hours of one and two | the congested traffic which occurred | Veneruelan ports with 20 tone general
p.oL : on the St Vincent Jetty for aconsider- | cargo, 7 borses and 20 ngers,
able time yesterday afternoon, : while | From Curacao: Mr. Lockhart, Mr.
- the coastal steamere *'Kennet® Bud] Herdin From La Guayra: Mr. and
York, Mail close at 1 p.m. “Spey” were loading their respective | Mrs. L. P, Paris. From Guanta; Ne.
cargoes, In order to relieve the titua: | J. Eicock, From Carupano; Mr, O.

Sale of a certalo parcel of land situs tion a number of the vebicles bad to J Grossman. Mr. J, B, Pletri and 13
ate in the ward of Santa Cruz by Louis [| 5. unloaded on the wharf deckers. Thesteamer left the same
John & Co. between the hours of one —_ day for Paramaribo, Havre and Am-
and two p,1o. A young woman by the name off sterdani with 2900 bage Trinidad

en Octavia Inniss, died in her room at | cocoa, 100 crates onfone and 5 ens

Supreme Court -10,3) a.m,
Doard of Education~2 p.m,

Last quarter of the Moon. .

8.5, “ Bsramacca” leaves for New



High WaterMorn8.A4 Even 0.03 p.m. | No, 112, Charlotte Street between O| gers Mr. J. Luke, Mr. W, OU. Lindan:
Sun rises wae ote BAL OP and 7 o'clock yesterday morning. Jer, Mr. 3.J. Van Brengel, Mr. G, E&
Sun sets oe ++ (613 pm. | The Police who were afterwards noti-/ Krayema and Mr. J, Makkings,
Moon rises ._Morn. fied, took charge of the body which ——

——— was su uently viewed by Dr. J, W.{ The Canadian steamer “ Ovamo” ar-
SEE PACE 2 FOR Eakin, ‘he woman suffered from an | rived on Sunday from Canada vias the

. Fr, Ne- | affection of the lungs, and as there] Northern Islands with 8 tons gen:
Forewell to Very 2 oe ae waspo 0 for a post mortem examl- | eral cargo and 18 sengers, el
ue nation, the body was given up to the] Barbados: Mr A» H, Laurie. From
A Crehan—Pleasant Fune- § police for buri

want 4 St. Vincent: Mise Atkinson, Nise
fion at St Mary's College— Among the agers who left yes
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Brewn, Mr, John Davis, Miss , Mer-

Presentation of Addresses 4 ‘.
berde: y the RSLS, Tague" for] tne same night for Demerara with
and Eloquent Speeches Southampton was Mr, ©. E. }H. Bols- | part of ipward cargo, 16 bags gram
SEC PAGE 7 FOR: siere ofthe well known firm of Eugene | and ten passengers, Mr, Luke Cheon

Bolasiere & Co., nerchante of this city. fand son, Nise Philomena Caldera an
Mr, Boiswere who on six months [ Infact, Mise
furlough was unable through the lim- [ deckers.

ited time at bis disposal to extend the
necessary couctesy to all hie friends
and acquaintances prior to his depar-
ture, and ,deslres through the mediuin
ofthis paper to bid his numerous cli-
entele and friends au revoir,

“Tex" Tichdrd, who ie assoctaled
with Jack Gleason in the promotion of
the Jeffries aod Johnson contest and
who came into prominence four years
ago when he promoted the Gans Nel-
son contest at Goldtield, Nevada, was
selected on the 16th instant at San
Francisco, Califoruis, to referee the

Our Article fon © Brunswick
Square’; Our Men in Ja-
maica—Press Accounts of
“ Mikey’ and Stanford from
Trinidad ; Jo-day's Court
List: Black Sheep; A Fare-
well Meeting un Jam 110%

SEE PACE 3 FOR
Loca’ Law Reprits,

ITEMS OF NEWS.

We regret toannounce the passing
away in the clty of Caracas, Vene-
zucla, on the 13th inst, of Senora Nar- Hight Letween the two heavyweights
clasa Sucre de Grillet. The distiao. | 06 July 4th at Emeryville, Jn mecep

sished lady was aniece of the great | ting the place, however, the Nevada | Master Bowen and a servant who
nero,—the Field Marshal of Ayacucho promoter nade it clear that he would accompanied the expedition also ars
of whoun eo much is heard aod justly / *tep aside {f Jeffries and Johnson | rived by the “ Constant.”
vo, just now {n Venezuela, She was } Should agree to have another map.
the mother of Mew. F, Viceatinn of this ~~~
city, to whom and to the other rela. [There was a very strong wind blow fsa. “ Venezuela” which was to have
tives we beg to offer our heartfelt | {og in the Southern Gull yesterday | met the chartered steamer * lere” at
condolence, morning, at about 10 o'clock and Oor | Cristobal Colon, arrived in“the bar.

some poral Riley of the Water Police on | bour at noon’ on Sunday, Upon

The Telephone authorities beg to| Patrol sighted @ lighter which wae belng informed that the pasen
remind the public that the list ofsub- | making for Mosquito Oreek in danger | from ‘Trinidad were awaiting at
ecribers for iuctusion [no the new di- | of capsising. He and ble men Jost no} Cristobal Colon, Captain Montero
rectory will be closed to-day, time in the endeavour toredch the [immediately welghed sochor ‘and

——— flat but before they were ablejtodo | steamed out c: the rbour,

We have been requested to state | 20 thecraft was bottom up. ,

thatthe St. Ann's Mszaar hasbeen [out tobe the fat Leeds",

Ic turned | The lere returned on Sunday morn!
The Cor | with three passengers, Af oe
again postponed, consequent upon the | poral and bls men reached io time to | Cedeno and. Delpi TH Mesere. Orsiag
flaing of the races for Mriday next, | 6sve the crew from drowning, none of
The date will bé announced Joa future | thom were able to swim.

Issue, —o——

which arrived from Europe on Friday,

ara with part of inwa
deck passenger,

The Britich steam yacht’ Constant"
arrived at 5 p.m. yesterday after a ron
of twenty‘four heures from Cnmana
via La Cabsgua, bringing the oil ex-
pertea who left here recently for Vene-
zuela, There names arw Messrs, F, A.
Holiday, V, Dalton, K. A. Samson, T.
R. Shutes, H, O. Grigg, F. W, Helse,
W HH. Hanpover acd R. MeDonzell,
Messre. ©, Vincintini, O. Zulvaga,

cargo and one





Owtng ta some misunderstanding the

The Russian three-mast:
i Austrums® ZU tons parte nant
We aga fn 6 polon sate den | et tear Basen ir
Mertisiqua,

nitely that Mr, K. A, Basilon who | twenty.
Health Department to the Colonial | aoe y contrary, winds

Dr. Stepban, the ollexpert, waseso
far recovered as-ta be able to leave for
Kogtaod Wy yesterday's Ioyal Mall
steamer. Ile expects to return, slong
with his family, later in the year ao
toremaln forsometime,

waa recently transferred from the | jhe nty four dare fou
Hospital to till the vacancy of Second | in ballast Sonsigued We Soe Roe
riment, and Nr, i, A. Carr, sssia-

—— asp
Mr Arneaud de Bolsslere of the Im. { s0t Saultary Jaspector, wucoendle Mr, ——
migration Department, who lft for ee Mp Boot nome eas! ant The D.M.S. *Saramacca" which

England yesterday will be abecot for
oly moutbe,

_———

An advertisearent elsewhere in thie
fasue announces the fact of the
*Daracas” Stables at No. 31 Henry
Street, baving been purchased Nr
J. Haynes Clark of the Port-of Spain
Btables,

Captain and Mrs. J. B, Saunders and
Mr. Lb 1b Littlepage sailed yesterda The, Archbishop of Jamaica, Dr.
for Hogland by the + Tague” which | Enos Nuttall, bas received recent pews
aloo took away Mr, IL de Lemos the of Mishop Farrar, late of Antigua,
eitish Vi paul at Ciudad Bolivar. f which ludicates that be bas
furwed with efticlency andaece| ability

There wlll be s meeting of the [and with comfort to hiwself, the tem.
Braky ‘kes Club at the Plocadilly porery, €piseo! duties In the neigh- --

HK. QO. Sebool at Go'elock thle evening, | bourbood of Hull, Kugland, requl Porteu-Priog, April &—The ae,

A fell attendance of meters is re [to be carried through after thedeath | Otecl “left this port last night on

quested, * of the Bishop of Hull and before the { ber return trip to Jamaica with all the
successor appointed could come into | passengers suho cawe on bh

left Barbados at 4 .

srriveat about 8 Pata Godan? the
leaves af 2 pam, for Now York’ direct,
Vhe Light House jetty wt hae teave

The ¢8, “Sarstoon" J,
from Captain hi ylett, arrived 12, tons,
frown Belize, Beitich Vondu to load
for London, Bremen and Ham rg.
ne

HAYTI'S CONDITION.
CITY IN A STATE OF DREAD,
ae “orn” aGaIn PROMIXENT,

appointed assistant Sanitary Inspect»
or, and Mp, J. KE. Porrelra (sesistant
teacher at the Nichmond Street K, G,
School, who passed the recent exami.
nation for itary [nepectore,) suc.
ceods Mr, Towlner ‘lbese appolot-
meote will take offect as

to-morrow.

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Ga Friday Dip Bay the day uf the | residence. mt unadteal optar | Wh tie renal +f lon
burial of ing Bam tht Yotqelal fou coucerning ibe Farrar ie ¢ t white Nord Alexia, af Ube late General
sorvine 00 at Hay TLC. | be te pot, and Ukely to be, fitted] No was ailownl te land, the
Cathedral apie. or, at [for further work fn the tro hele | Lad: ‘otis departed px-P oab wa,

erat all wore Invited te "quite equal to a ateaineuatef ‘reserved, and Mr 1] Des ‘whe
giten work in a temperate 40, went ou shore was ‘end kept

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risener at .
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and ammunition for the revol
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tle sald that about 2,000 of the
Firmiovlate are out in the bushes with»
e enditils just likely that they will
march into the town, atany motnent,
and after 7 p.m, no one {6 allowed to
move about the streets.
General Antenor Firmin, to whom
overnment has offered the post
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soas'to keep him far away from
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@ exchange isat a very high rate
and busloess {s practically suapended,
It is said that the Deputies and
nators are afraid to meet in session
to ratify the McDonald Railway con-
tract, as some people are threatening
to rush {n on them if they meet
Me M. Bhea, of the Electric Light Co
wilt} leave (for Kingston by the 8.3,
President on ber next trip.

The Barbados Sports,

The Darbados Amatear Athletic
Association held thelr sports on
Wednesday 2th instant with the
following results t=
Ong Mite Scratou Bicyctx Races

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W. Gibbs “e
F. Clairmonte a.

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Oxe Mite Scrarcy Bicycre Rack.
W, Brathwaite ... 1
J, Wickban I.

Time~—3 min 6j nec,
40 Yarps Scuootpors’ HANDICAP.
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Timoe—67 25the a
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J. E, Wickham
W. Brathwaite...

Time -1 mip. 15 sec.
300 Yanps Foat Wace HANDICAP.
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Time—10 sec,
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J. Wickbam
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Time 6 min. ¢ 1-5th sec,
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After a two months’ stay amongst
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alnost every corner of Trinidad aod
Tobago, Me Rowland WCatera Rubber
Expert of world-wide renown, {a this
week leaving for London again, and
we ate gtad to Jearn that his finpres-
sions of thia colony as a field fur rub-
ber culture are distinctly favourable,
Both Caatilloa and Hevea, saye that

entieman, do very well both ja Triof
ea and To the evil, retafall,
Comperature and general climatic con-
ditions belog all that can be desired
but while the formef speciea muy be
successfully cultivated In almost any
ed the islands, suitable sites for

‘eves. are less abundant, so that the
election of locality callnor more cate.
The well-watered {late around Sangre
Grande, Siperia, and sevors! otber
districts, saye Mr. Cater, have some
splendid exan of normal Heveas
to shows 7 Mature, Narit
Mayaro, Diego Martin and Caron
being other favourable localities i aod
aa to Castillog, weare proud to leatn
tbat the growth bere, and cer
tainly In Tobago would be bard io-
deed to beat anywhere, With mo
dern impletnents and methods, such
oa are DOW being, Introduced, we are
told we sbould bave/no dificulty at all
In forelng our way tnto the front rank
amongst tbe world’s rubber producing
countries. It will be fnteroeting Just
here to note thet Mr. Cater who bas
afforded ua this most valuable opinion
commenced bls rubber study pearly
25 years becls bis earllent, Knor ced eo

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bie - atthe foot of the tree in Ita native
foresta, Intent on learning bis lesson
thoroughly, be repea journeys
of fiveandelx months duration tnlo
the beart of the Central American and
Mexican forests, living, trampling and
wetkiog with gaoge of * Lulerce” oF
rubber-yatherers. Tv use Mr, Cater’s
own words hewas often * fire and
six pwoths without aeclog daylight.
Later he experimented extonsively
with the tree Ja plantation, and alto
gether, has plaocted considerably over
one million trees Heturning En:

tend, by meane of the press he called
the altentiua of ritish Capitalist to
the enormous possibilities ith re
gardtothe systematic cultiral pofthe
Tubler tree -belog in fact ove uf the
pioneers thie direction ; and his
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bat); vices be anex

erty ‘were retained by a! ing hira that the deed of 1994 was ox
Landon Byodicate with lenpertent cuted to put the fee In him (II
operations in rubber, and jt Jats He bad ndt communicated
boned that on bis revorn he ma ness on that subject
able tt intereat, some of his friends in | know that as fer
Trinidad and Tobago. Mt. Oster thew:
ed our meu two
Tobago robber-ofe, some uncured { him (Ialsy)
sheet robber from the Oaledonian ‘about an
Estate, the trees of which were tap América. h

in ;Mr, Caters presenceand the Intax | wascut and dried between
of which he acsisted to e | wan and Haley de Wolf that
the fea util per
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Ilarey, South, the treprietor fa hiss | mortnege debt of 915
& auith, the jetor, fn his» | mo lebt o ,

centfugaltinachive. Thin rubber, Ife; rangement was then m
Cater says could not fetch ler than fog to Haley,
below the price of the best lara. The | back to Weld
other specimen was from Richmond | cerned—
Estate, the rty of Captain Short, | ness, Ww.
and is“dark shect” prepared by the ] with the Property. He wad not then
creaming process, Mr. Cater” also fone of the parties to be satisfied.
shewed our repreecntative two 'Catere | Witness had not got in his ession
Schofield’ Itu ber Tapping knives, the avy letters from Haley de Wolf either
characteristics of which are:(l) they] to his brother or himself (witness).
ate able totap a grester pumber of Ven Haley de Wolf came to spend
treea Jona given time, (2j)it ts im hie winter here he generally cawe ia
sible with them to cut too deeply into | November or Decemberand weotaway
the trea, and (3) there Is every {ble ’ in March or April, Ie did this to
economy In theoost of production, » avoid the cold weather. It by any
‘They are equally sdopted for special | chance Haley de Wolf waa writing in
Herring Lone, ¥ shaped, or any other | January 180k from Providence, U.4,4.,
system of tapping. Mr. Cater was lect | {8 would upeet witness's calculations;
tun Portof-spaih some twenty yeare | {t would also suggest thatthe triplicate
a He copslderathe !mprovewment | agreement wae not algued here durin

which has taken place during that { one of bis winter tripe, or that he di

time to be simply marvellous, not come here at all, Except Wel

re retreneee

Ro one but Dr, ae Ww olf, AL ds Welt
a and wi te a the **
SUPREME COURT. de estate in 1a

ORDINARY JURISDICTION,

itness was not thenconnected



come foterested, witness would not
mind if in that year he had or had not
been consulted. He did not think be
was consulied except as to manage
anent. He did not think imegotiations
were done by letter. The arrange:
ment was not drawn up Jo antici
tion jn March, 1803, nore in July of that
ear, The Pine and Pratt agreement
1 180 was done by witness and Dr.

Fortundée estate in 1804, Having be-

Monday,
(Before Mr. Justice Rumeth LEB.)

TRIALS. .
Smith, Bros. & Co, v Newallo &
Anor t-—The hearing waa concluded of
thie mortgagee’s ault with counttr

ultea commotion amongst financiers, | wes omitted from thé Nest. Witness
Vatice ta visiting ue, Nre Catere oer ! did not rhicember Halsy de Wolf tell

h wit
Vitnens did nat

as November
1808 Freevian and Halsy da Wolf bad
tesdid nateples of | made arrangements to put the fee in

He never told, witness
arrangement made Ia
on November 14, 13, It

‘ree
Veld
ment of
thatar:
je for canvey~
de Wolf, he to mortgage
if satisfactory to alloon-
that would not surprise wit-

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elatm. de Wolfhere, Aca fact, witness bad }
More evidence waa taken, and, after | managed the property here. After the FRESH
hearing argumnt, [ifs Honour reserved “Gitana tle Weld never came
judgment, back to Trinidad, he thought, and, ;
-— therefore, did uot go to the property. 4 GU PPLY D BH B Hi no
(Before Mr Inatice Swotn.) ‘Halsy was paylog the interest in New e

York, Weld was not interfering
with witness [n any way: Supposing
Weld bad desired “to interfere wit!
witness in any way, witness thought
he would have put difficulties in the
way, The de Wolfs and witness bad
itr, A, F. Mathivon, defendant, con. | the real control of the estate, He
Unuiog under crose-tramination by } could not tell why the deed of convey-
Mr. Pollard, shown various documents {ance from Weld to Halsy and the
said, be could not recognise the signa. { mortgage from Malsy tu Weld were
tures of de Wolf or Manny but recog: | NOt puton the record then. Suppose:
hising them on one and comparing | ing there existed as suggested a deed
signatures, be subsequently recognised from Weld to the de Wolfszand wit-
them on those shown him before, [n- | ness, be (witness) could not mY, why It
cluding = promissory-note drawn by | Ws not put on the registry. Witness
da Wolf and endo by Mann which | did not know that Mann or any one
passed through the Jonlat_ Bank. | else was hoodwinked, Hedid pot ever
Astothe 20 barrela raw and liquid [ remember seeing the deed of January
itch vent to Dr.de Wolf In !America | 184. That deed, amongst othera, must
in 1889 for experiments there, witness's | have been registered by Orcohs who
memory did not serve him, nor | ¥84 once witness's clerk. Ile did not
abouts payment to Pollonals m:en- | know when that.deed arrived In the
tloned fn one of the letters. Itisvery | colony. The power of attorney was
robable that witness got assletance | not registered and he does not know
om his son from the conveyance of | whereit ie uow, INedid not register
the equity» of redemption as to tle | his power of attorney unless they were
amount of the Interest, If Dr. de | sorequired. Witness did not concoct
Wolf sald dnywhere that the toterest | #07 ofthe statements In the deed 102
was regularly pafd, that would not be | of 1907, Ho did not know what | Mr.
true, It mi Abbe rfectly true upto | Séellier, the conveyance, De, de Wolf
a certain date Such a statement | 8nd Haley dle Wolf did with the terms
would not be correct ff 8p lied tothe | of{t. If there was any concoction it
period before June 18K3 Witness did | was theirs, Whatever was done
not remember the due date of the | tween Nr. Sellier and the de Wolfsia
rincipal sunias being 28th December | Connection wath that desd, witness,
Taos, and not May 183 as stated. . | Svas eatistlod with, if there was any
terest was payable balf-yearly. He] liability to be assumed thereunder,
did not know if any arrangements] Witness assumed It, He did not know
were made with respect to any arrears | Why the deed was so prepared. The
of Interest accruing due, Perbapein | whole mortgage of $1 was paid
J807 Dr. de Wolf took away to En: | out of La Fortunde, the last balance to
gland one of witness's daughters. An- | Weld being paid out of the oil option,
other went with him some yeara] Witness was privy to the mort; eRe of
before. Dr.de Wolf went bome with | 17tb April, loiTby De. de Wolf to
his (the doctor's) sister, Witnens's | Weld for 84,672 in which Dr, de Wolf
daughters had (been ectooled In Ea. | dealt with La Fortune at thong it
gland before Dr. de Wolf took thein | Were his own, I¢ was only ta April
thera If in 1805 or 1807 Dr. de Wolf | 1907 that witness got from ir. do Wolf
was friendly enough with him td take | #0 acknowledgment of hiethird. Mr,
bia daughters to England, qitness | Sellier waa consulted and instructed to
roust bave been {othnate with him | draw up the deeds, probally from the
them. After the foreclosure suit, | threeod them,~—thede Wolls and wit
witness did not know what became of | ness. Witness could not recollect
the £170 odd Interest’ Probably Neen whether Mr. Sellier was consulted as
and de Wolf were released from pay- } £0 the registration of deed 203 of 1000,
ment of that interest {n the deed con- | After Dr. de Wolfe desth, but ho
night bave done so. lt vat deed yas
tion, Mr. Freeman who was the} eigned by him be must bave read
Attorney-at-law for Weld was a friend | He did not like the word * concoction”
of Halsy de Wolf, witness supposed. ysed in connection with his share
If Halay settled all that with Weldin| im that deed. Witness returned the
Arnerica, Freeroan-must have advised. | estate Ja Weld’s came when it was
Freeman waa Weld's business-man, | Yettually bis (witness) and the de
and Weld was not likely to doany- | Wolfs, and wituess oontiaued to refer
thing without hisadvice When Weld to It as Weld @ fo lettera ta the war-
was bere witness noticed ia him «sort | den even after the mortgage was cou-
of heaviness of speech. At first eight, | Siderably reduced,
it would strike @ stranger as if he Mr, Dollard s What la tha object of
been boosing the night before. Wald | #ll these mis-statemegte In the deeds,
hand, and when he [- ———
wrote, it showed complete control of

oe ali these fal
wro large Wituewas Please don't you use buch
hienerves. His inteliéct was perfect!
clear. Wtneese could not tively

an ugly word!
say whether Weld deferred much to | clove to your cross-examination to say

The La Fortunée Frust Case Farfan
vde Wolf & Ore:-The hearing was
resumed of this trust case,
DEFENDANT ‘MATIISON'S EVIDENCE

CONCLUDED. .

veying to Weld the equity of redemp-

oO!

Mr, Pollard 3 T think Se ts a fittlog
bie advisers: 1¢ wee Rot s deficiene of that @ tose by any name will emell as

jatellect that eld suffe rom ba:
of yalewith which be | Heexamloed by Mr, Childs Wituess
cted’ years before, He | Wad bot able to recognise the pro-note
did not appear to ba led by bis ‘advi. | When showed to hin some days ago
sers, Freeman was a trusted adviser | because of an affection of the eyes.
of Weld. Witness could not tell whe- | Whea he wanted to use his eyes to
ther the conveyance ofthe equity of | tead anythlog be used a special prepa
rederaption was registered on the same | fAtion the pight before, He bad pot
date as ile eteenlion, (June i 1898) but | done sq the night before ho was shown
if course! told bing so, it must beso, | the pronote at first, Witness also as-
Witness bad bad no doubt about tbe | sisted the doctor jn his accounts lo
title of La Fortunde, Wiitoees evident. | Connection with an eetate at Mayaro,
ly got a copy of the conveyance of Lhe t waacccasional assistance. In so ae

equity of mption and he must | sisting bim witnessdid not gét to know
have sent it over to Weld ia America. is private transactions with ree-
It im Beptamber 189 there was any best to the Mayaro estate. Before
A\ficully about the: ,complatences of | 18/3 wituess knew not all, of the
the title or the vorrect ness uf the deed, | doctor's transactions la connection
witness aid not reuen pt, J with “Lae Fortunde”, With reference
1nG Miley de Wolf re td | tothe suit of foreclosure ia 183 It was
anyone that there wae di over] & bona one to far as witness's
tha title, witness could whe. | knowledge went. Mad there been no

d not | euggestion of settlement from Mann
be ut the | acd de Wolf, witnese would certainty
work of bbe lawyers, ‘the triptioate | have foreclosed them. After the con-
agreemeot must bare been *pfier the | veyanoe of Uh June, 1803, witness cou
10th Jacuary 14, dud Ualsy de Wolf { tloued to act as Weld's attorney in
must béve onma here sfter Chat date, | maoagtog Lhe eatate for suime mouths,
Ualsy de Wolf would not travel asa j —at Meast, till Blet October of the same
detker, andhis name would, there} yesr, when witness became lotereeted
f appear a6 & peseonwer in ¢he] with the two de Wolfsin the $ perty,
Harbour Meater'y ke. Witness | It le possible that flaley de Wolf came
had not searc himself In those] here in December rane aod left early
booke to fied wheo Haley de Walt in January 1604, [fhe was io Ameria
cawe here, but bis son had, It was | ia danusry, he might bere here
not with the assistance of hie sonthat | in February, The term “deaded™ lo
witness fized the date of the signing | the triplicale sgreement referred to
of the triplicate agreement. Haley do | the dood of mortgage given by Maly
Wolf did nut ¢ome herein cog ita, de Wolf to Weld In January: 1 The
For the first thine witnesa now d? triplicate agreement, therefore, must
of the arrival hereof ad M, de Wolf | have bern signed after the date of that
in January 144 by the “Oakfield.” | decd, 10h January | In. ys?
Halsy de Wolf was ot a leatbereecller, | when the deeds were registered Me,
The * Gitgna'e" arral was | eller was ponsulted. Witness recog
looked op fog by, bi ton, If | nised on two letters from Mr, Seller
the rv Master's books did }to llr. de Wall, the signatures of Afr,
not record Haley's arrival, I¢ would | Seller. Witness could pot read he
mnilitate agelmet witness's idea that he] Bewepaper reports of Lbie case, but
a
hat.

thee bhat would be tne,
rewember ery complals

was bere when the ment was] eon, bis daughter aud hie wife read
signed, Jt might be hile parme| them to bim, He bad pot discussed



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WHERE YOU OIN ALWAYS FIND RENTS Fashionable Goods, | given showing thst the defendants
sharia oat hee ing case. They
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t> Wuhlomable Felt Hatuin theft | = ; telng there. "Bhe suggested tbat it had AE
i sew colours you will hke our vs: : > ; Fane Veste been put there by Lawrence, whoabout . *
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WATE RMAN—Shs Hatter, Clothier and Outfitter, 15, Frederick Sroet, Iecked. Tle Mary ef aetendect aud

re rr £25 (the minimum fine under
o thecaes with ble wifeand daughter. He Yo! apparcat fwpeese, and warns bins of + deep offence to the Kivg, and moat pro- fined her x 1 getaule twomonths im-
hadreferredcasually tothecase Lothen. | phe consequences tomoaanty uoless he f ba Ze the withdrawal of the May | prisonment.\Wam. Lawrence was next
t ae Nee ENCE b Idaares w-peacefal settlement. samber is due to-a personal protest from | charged with a similar offence, Mr.
elort’fe Mee ees ae or 8) Foliowiog “are some of the most atri- | him Prizgar appeared for him, Lawrence
f De ot nc iumle acct | king pacsages fo the article. The "Daily Chronicle,” however, | wasatennant of the last defendant

Rrodaced the register of arrivals an « * ‘ 7 d ied @ room next door, Ser
lepatiures of ships and passengers We seapectoue Kings qbecauss we] eaye “On making icquiry there does pot | 80 oak bey that when he en-
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e found in an entry that In the | ¥e cacoot exploit them for our purposes | that the suppression of the “Contem: .
PMS. © Eden" HNL Bana was a | we get rid of them, porery Review" asticle was due to any kept samail shon, on ymakiog, knows POPLIN PARIS TIES=all shades -each 2¢ cents, | LINEN HEUSTITCHED HANDEERCHII
’ passenger for renada, Ie aleo pro-| “No dispassionate obrerver will deny | represestation made by the King or by | PSs bottles of run saying, that he had 4 . Paizes—from ws $1.80 por Dutee wall
aced ter for Starch JWR Vader | that ia failiog to avert this collinon the | any courtier acting with or without his aa made and FANCY A. R. DERBY TIES— 45 Iaches long, aan










dats 1th March was recorded the |} Kiog, whether through misfortune or by {| acthority.”

arrival of the “Gitana” American} s faolt disappoiored the expectations a ? --- 5.

acht with De. Adams fir, and, Nes, the netion,” in thew the honest The deplorable ‘neident ) above re
a. » SL 8. “onfidence io rown as the honest | por! occurred, as our readers wil

dlammond and J. i, de Wolf as pas | broker be ween ihe parties receired af remember, just’ before the illness and

orate mater of the yacht was rudeahock when it became evident that

three more bottles, one filled with rum,
another partly filled and an empty one
were found, besidea two small g! es







no more, A search was je an |

and some money,—The defence was





that the two bottles defendant gave






jection uf the Budget. 1: was openly
said that if the Jate Queen had atill beea
been in the Harbour Master's office | oa the throne the catastrophs would not

for five months. bave overtaken ue.” "3
To the Oourt ; The books were made | “The divinity that doth hedge'a Kmg
‘ up from roturas furnished by captains [ weare somewhat thin in an atmoephere
or agents, | of dioner parties aod tsce courses, Hie
To Ne. Pollard: The placbour Mes Majesty is a man of the world, goleg
fer board every ship and too! treety inte society, but rot erea the

moet servile Cuurtier would say tba’

today bearing was thea adjourned tll | 140° tver, whether an I'rince or Kiog,

surrounded bimatlf with men who are

returned by her.
Cross-examineds Witness had cooly








complainant btmself for aught be
knew, Lie was also convicted and
fined £25, the alternative beingsa
month's imprisonment. .
Lorrenina.—Conastable Reid charg:









(Befyre Mr. lack woot Wright LL.D.)

Monday,
obrengesnens cAblog, | Ha liy ed Ethel Turner with loitering at

















on separate charges for drunken an:
disorderly conduct. Fach defendant | discharged with a ree rimand. James
was flned 15s. or fivedays, save Enily ,GaMpLEna.—Joho me, ‘Gran
Ciehte owas ocak ofl tor the | CRatley AlGEH Garona Pup Grane
pamne term without the option of a and Pip Henry were charged with





















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wAueotial io cither House of Parlia- | fine,
meot, WERING,—Albert Clarke an a SS
BLUXDER COMMITTED BY AN t . i Albert Clark: a Ros: being found ina common gamiag house
ENGLISH REVIEW, “The King io fect bas nether the} Clathe were charged by Constable | 8t Unatlotte Street, ceed nu aoe 8 . for the defendants who pleaded no’ ea
= strong character, the fia reeo'ution nor | Davis, with loitering at Prince Street, | All the defendants pl aah oy Si | guilty. The evidence for the prosecu- i
ANGER OF THE PUBLIC, tLe keen faterest inp iitloal men and | on Saturday might The Constable sept Henry, ee Corporal lexan’ | ton showed that the defendanta owned

ov ata withe first saw the defendan lands on whic! re Was ec! rm

political measurea abich would have t {Ser who assisted Sergeant din | er te hectag Fee ted ore F

“CONTEMPORARY REVIEW“ FORCED | added to the jofluence always apper. | bout 12 o'clock hanging about the
. ; street, and about 2 o'clock he saw them
To WITHDRAW issuz, tsising to the throne the immense | oui,” Alert Clarke said In bly de-

—— weight of a commanding jersonality.’
BONK AMAZING SUUGEATIONS, "A wise bing, jadiious, far seeing, | {rtein baker shop where: he Wee ane
—< resolute and energetic, might easly, | ployed toconntihe bread and eweep
London, May 3.—Iteadere of the cur | #ithout violating any constitutional lin- | thesbop, Ile usually went to work at
rect ince of the “Contemporary | iatiocs, be the most powerful msn ja} 2uclock. He was sentenced to three
Review” were startled to find therein | tbe realm, but a king indolent, inditfer- | days ioiprisonment. Hosa who ald
certain references to’ the King which | ot acd given to seif-rodulgsuce, sould | she was going to buy cigarettes when
rom. the point of view of constitational- | #000 baa mero cipber sa the State.’ wahe wae yatneeted. was sentenced to
ta were inexcusable, - “ King Edward will n0' 6nd it emer [AEYE"
There was considerable outspoken | to evanpeoe the quarrel than he dnl to], UB, WHE Gantxe, Constable
eritictemn of the bad taste and distuyally | preveot st. The only pope isthat tha
ol these references whereapon the who's | very extremity of tha danger threatening
fesve wis withdrawn from eweulation y the realm way arouses bin to vowonted
and another ove substituted, [in whiod the | energy of action ; furs te put meroly the | the execution ofa search warrant on
offenelye Parsgrapbs were conaderably | Moure of Lords that je at stake; the | defendant's prewises, found certain
changed,
The snoouncement of the withdrawal
Crested a great sensation.



raking the raid was called and said | titling them to doso. The defence was











He saw him standing befora the door the fire originated spontancously
where were many other persons, He] Guring the dry seasona of the
did not think defendant was in the} year, “His Worship eald that the de-
house at all, because if he were witness | fence was a lying one and imposed a
would bave seen him as he was # tall | gine of £3) 0n each defendant with the



























man, The case was adjourned to tu- | siternative of a month's fmprisonment.









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with » surety.










commonly known by the name of Mon-









fendant pleaded not guilty. For the ] four days imprisonment.,

Constable gave evidence of having on prosecution. ‘Abel Leatiro stated that






CHARGE REDUCED. -The adjourned










sli show whether Kicg Edward J and other games peculiar to Chinese.
wil be abia to. tain'ais, 5 rather. | bance Corporal Laidlow corroborated ed round, Psat, defendant gunning
The article, which is unsigned, is of an | restore, the confidence «f bis lieges in | and Corporal Alexander gave expert | away and he ms ance Porporal wound as being a quarter of an inch
uousaal outepoken character uben ene | the becehcent icflacnce cf thecr macd | evidence. Defendant stated that he | Uowen came up aad t ia in | deep cutting the muscles, It was not
é considera the tenderores with which | peacemaker.” bad se ned hanging whé whé marks char rs evidenseot bowen. Postpon: ia dangerous spot, With defen
Eoglich writers are accustomed and ex- The“ Contemporary’ has the repata. | S20UEC Rotor nine monthe a and Bien Eine Wirnour a Lt jant’s consent the charge was reduc














tesumed, Dr, London descti the












































. - . the gating impliments found ywere to ons of common assault to
; pacied to displey in Gealing with poral. tion of being oot a abe plates’ aud used beforebe had stopped, His pre- RACE. Bergeant Bailey charge Hfacris | which he pleaded “guilty” and
6 bas feted | bea 7, Me @ King ef uberea ol r ie god PE lnises were now let out #@ an hotel to} Antonie and Henry fAntonie with set | was sentenced to elx weeks’ im-
Bes tai a bis daty fo baviag allowed | ance cf such optoions in ate pages | persons coming from the country, in {log fire to lands at St, Francois | prisonment. 4ND FOR SALE BY .
. ¢ etruggie between the Lords and the J created widespread asionistment ‘Th te | which way he earbed bis livelihood. 4 Valley Road, Belmont, without a] The Court rose at 2.00, FE A SKEBEETE & F
,, Oommons to reach the present position publication 1s uoderetoud ty have givin 4 Ile was cudvicted and foed £10 or six | licence. Mr. Joseph Wilson appeared | pewemenmere mney .
AOR RENT.—Two (2) cottages in Bt, | 23th May 3910.











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ts be Ki bY deuh of King Efsard CoP a neers he knew nothing of and TYLI SH. V V ATLEKIN G S T ICK
y \- — 9 e@ knew 10!
the th March 188% ‘The same party |e King was unable to prevent the re CITY POLICE COURT. minut bave been brought there by Ss

Amongst a large variety of Walking Sticks we specialize ia the faliowing Ts
Ath, Cane, Pimento, Whangea and Oongo—with Silver mounts—frpm 2ic to $1.20,

and Jaiues Wather, were, brought up | Pune r ovitence was taken: she, Was | One Price Only. | Value Nowhere Like Maillard’s: | Arce sisurom

that be did t see Henry in the +
house along with the Other efendants wihinee land “owned by oeten aaa (NOW LANDING.,} é

Per schooner * DARA O” at Pascagoula Miss; +
A specially selected cargo of 2 :

day for tue evidence of Sergeant Boyd, OBSTRUCTING THE TRAM CAR.—Ed- < a

defendant being remanded in £5 bail | ward Gonzales charged « cabman 385 MILLE ALL HEART U io
x *

Lanibert charged Joseph Samuel, af ALLEGED Tugrt or Rum—Fraacis | archy with obstructing the tram car. e e

Chuaman, wilh Leeplag a common Pinder wae charged with stealing three | Defendant pleaded not gullty, but on ‘

gaming house at Prince Street. The | balf botties of rum at South Quay. De- | convicticn was fined 134 and 76 costs or ] C In e um H

e waa in Ribetros’ rum shop and heard | case of Constable Damian Pierre e il
ng among some bottles . [ tli B a dB k h .
measly Hanlon 4s andthe [sunita eed io paging wid rat | topmesig Sesotho. Unite | seine Wwe, Summons for wowsaee 110 SCanbling, Boards and Planks Rongh & Me

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aod out cine, will be rested st $16 and TP 22 following 10 Hors om sare, for sale
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S OAFE &, at Car's Voer saacy miley 31-10, 2 MARES. doch Museo Ce and
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TOIT Rt QUISITES GENERALLY a | ee ba Re wir ron
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Smith jate of the Town of Purt of-

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JASMIN “S701? and Calgates 1 urge Assortment of Face SHAVING STICKS whee a will be wate oo Wednes’ay pablo of tle notlse, the Osers wil
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TRINIDAD TUESDAY MAY 31





CALEDON TAN Fi OUSH

SHIPMENT |_A.GEEEN'TS

GOATS & CAPES.) Tey

Steaming Hot.

enema ae
Goo DW I LX. EI A. WT ID WELBON,

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1910,

THIRD FRE ‘awe «|S KEOCH & Co.

mimattecd, "HAVE JUST OPENED Ue

“exsecr~[Heavy Cord Ottoman Cloth,

28, Ghncoin -spreet
sLYADING SHADES—36 conts,

DAILY ONE PENNY

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. KIT BAGS
SUIT CASES





TRLEPHONE No. 62.

HEC Secretary of the Compary here-
Z iE. informe? the holders Pt policies



GLADSTONE BAGS, .

21904 and 1905 that there is still a "3"RX,
bic nna et ett! WHITE FANCY PIQUES, bce
earlleat sonveaience, % MATHIBUN, Worth 20 conte g0i0g for .12 cents, TR AV BLLIN § RE UISITES
reaties,, =" |WHITE SATIN FINISH DRILL, | ne eee





Leces & Embroideries, &c., &c.
OTT

WHOLESALE TRADE,

GREAT BIG VALUE IN PRIN Sat... 5a & Blo
WHITE OCOTIONS, GQULY OXFORDS, de, at 50, to To,

BEST VALUE IN

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

FASHIONABLE SHADES IN KHAKI

Caomaeserraraee

‘SKEOCH & CO.

12, FREDERICK STREET:

Trp AROADE.

DAVIDSON & TODD
FOR SALE,

—~TED ne

“Mount Dillun Estate”

° ix Tes Pansy or Br, Davin
«-TOBAGO CONTAINING OVER

400 ACRES.

Portioos of which are planted ia
Canes, Cocoa & Cocoanut

‘These lands can be formed into either
& Cocos or Rabber plantation and abuta
on the Castara Sypdioste Uo, Estates,
There are two Daolliag Houses
Ieboare ers barracks and machioery on the
‘ate,
Foe further particntars please epply to

SMITH ee i
Aprilsonim 301m

Trinidad Building and
Loan Association,

OFFICE: NO, 18, ; CHACON STREET,
Telephone: ha. BA

——o—
NOTICE.
HE Niwerexntu OaptNary Ganka
MEKTING of Kbareboléors will be held
fo the Registered Ottice of tha Assneiatian,
No. 18 Chacon Street, on Monday the sth
dnetant, at 4.50 0cloch pm, toe the ful-
lowing porposes —
1.—To consider the Avnual 8S ateoent of
Accounts and the Directors’ Report
thereon,
2—To sanction the Dividends ‘declared by
the Board on the 30th Jase acd the
3let December last,
3.—To elecd Dirotora In place of those
retiring by rotation,
4aTo elect a President and Vice Presi.
dent for the next term,
%—To elect Auditors for the current






















fo eonslder any other matters of
interes bo the Associating.
ALEX. ¥, MATILISON,
Secretary.









(01 Brala,
Pte 1910,

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aDRB,



GRAM TES

NE PRU eee,
COLONIAL HECRETARYS OFICe,
a
HE Chalrman 6f the se Barnes Graods
L. B, Board baa given notice of the
Bilovieg Resolatton for the naxt mestlog
of the Central Road Board.





TRAVELLING REQUISITES,

CABIN TRUNKS
OVERLAND [RUNKS



—FOR~

cy-Hor
BOTTLUS. LEATHER TRUNKS:
Keeps Contents either STEEL * TRUNKS

- C O ] d ° | Gladstone Bags

KITBAGS. BRIEF BAGS





u. 8 BOWEN,
Ag. Secretary,
Cextral Road Board,

“That the old porte portion of the Garth

from .54 miles to 00 miles measur.

jog BOO feet be abacdoned as pars of she
sald Road.”

tl










re cae

OOLONIAL SLORETARY'S OFFICE:
27h May, 1010,

HE Cheirmve of the Ceront Local Hod





— OR— SOILED LINEN BAGS ie tae is onc uke follone
toe Central Road

Hat Cases, Bonnet Cases,
R RUGS AND RUG STRAPS, HOLDALLS.

uy, Be _DONTEN,

el
Coatral Read ipora?”

QOnOr-db4 mr

FOR DAYS.

fromthe foot'a ton of ue 3 sie Rad
. rom 'aa8 ol welor a

t von wists Adjodha Noad’ be declared
ETReTTAD: Jesetlon with Ad)










BB BALE, — Aboot Tea Thousand



4 ut Piants. Apply te the Bled
et! FOR SALE |
—BY-

erent 7 ke, hereby | Frias shat from
=—=— a0: if une,
Wa nte ad. na Petitions tor genefal toformation
or tbe ta Hits Excellency the Gosernor for
Plena, “Apoly. to Ponce, 2
Marloe Fquare above Uomya Uscoa Btore,
Moy 23-10.
SHIUALION WANTED by « lady 0a
asion, with a family leaving the
oye htey U8th~ Im.

BOYD & CO.,,

oe, BROAD ADW AZ’,

Ex 3.8. “Oruro”" ° from Canada.

75 Drums Prime larga LUONENBOKG OODFISH.
25 25 Tiorcos MEDIUM CODFISH

100 Package:
200 Bags SuoIcR SPLIT | PEAD,

other product sien

furtber notice, mill be rece No. 53 at

the November 100, will be #

pended from the 11th Juse aforeanid
unt f er notice.





ees
Lost.
REW'ARU OFFER te any ose
who m ty produce ibe followleg pers ‘



Â¥, GANTEACKE,
Sublotendant,
23.5.1910,

oP ia G *
oe the ote 8 tie isla on Thundes Ex SS. "St, JAN’ from Domorara. --
tee Joc day Moly iP ra, bos 4
ows Oreats. vee VIL. Fol, 603 aod 250 Bags No. 1 DEMERARA RIOW. NOTICE.
j Beet from Goy rred Nabradge te Bhagge ne ee .
sigee for 8700, | Petry Gril Puiat Buc 1.3.8. Dee” trom ZKondon othe

EALED Tenders addressed
joutal Secretary and mar hed “eTene
dots pe Mule, Trenepa's Trav, PB W.D”
will be received & pe
08a Fay T8th instant lor ues
Amerkea Moles, 18 bao

sad cuver,—tiea,

.
yo ew ito web Letare'e “Otter, |’

jerk
iene 36-2".

& MATCHES ~each

5Q Cares Thies Beare” Balety 10
MA 8) Cases “Three Phare” op ulphae
MATCHES—each 250 ¢

CUES —esth OU grote,
15) Cares “Three Beare’ Safety

ee
Ex Rocent Arrivals:
200 Biles ¥ieceh Bwew Wrepoing PATER [600 Dage No, t NAGRA RICE





NOTICE.

THE usdenign’ f; ty deed dated Sed

’ fcod Bo Hides German Suaw Wrstyisg wv 1100 Bage GARDEN IAM RICE
wets hasnt he Wa | Ca CONFECTION “Fhe owes on teter Wl b> atc
Uppee’ Caronk Flaster, my He sed ees | 19 45 CONFECTION en 40 Conte RICHMOND TOBAQCO~ [earity be scpepied.
shone Ue CONFECT! wet OO dee | nue TRUE AS STELLTOAIQOO W, KNAG
n vu - ° AGG
TOUIBIO x ROUAB, Cures eaeb 71 Tins. Pe Ree bart a ratt tecteraiy.
Gis esleylhoune 169 Colonial Becretars's Ucioe,
at ry ot mask, O ¢ at Posteal-Gpals, bth Mays B81 , Aye May [810
f

,

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A aes 2 a



BEST VALUE:

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| "NO. 9.257 VOL XXIX ~ | TRINIDAD, -fUNSDAY. MAY 31 1910

; TS from ite ordisary publication, or, Ia REVO
EF YTS Hee eat Oe een inna ie rte tvata| STS ak erence cota a
A C S pe COMPORTE cf the howe ern be (Ta the Editor of ihe Port-of- Spain fof whom there wre many qualified
. thoroeg by eojoged atthe BOARDING
io 32,

ere)at @ nominal fee, 1 old ¢
HOUSE reer Marine Square
and George Ktreet, City? Lergeand elry











that the finacces of the colony wi





s
ee































‘The subject of local law reports f ‘ ‘ fort
tes twa eopaeteg come atiantiog nt | BEATEN year” pon eetieary | PRESH SUTPMENT | -racus: ‘llag










DAILY ONE | PENNY,

WEN STOUT [kw Say









































. rental imme Excelleat eulsive. Prices moderate. | now in k ecles, and perhape 1 may soma} ORUBA®
:,* Gite os a eieit 10h May, 1910.—1n, be allowed to contribute’ something to taxation, there are spective levying av 24cH “OROTAVA®, “
en | the discussion duit, That the neces: | .¢ other rates, The publication in the MAGDALENA* -
M.A CO EA DO & THF TRINIDAD sity exists for law reporte bere Js evi- Hoyal Gasette ie evidently paid for, as Glas ow Stéamer “CLYDE An
YET - Hoyal Gece of two considered ous | spice sa very valuable sasot, even in & TAGUS"
CIGARS AND CIGARETTES [Musical * Halt. jor rr tie sire, Gnis, | etn rie curry : A ae
: . “ 5 D. E HYNDMAN epee Another reason for the appointmen' old ' “CLYDE* ™
: - yetem, Against the publication | o¢'3n Oficial Reporter is given by the 8 by every Dealer browgess} “ are
. uu MEDALS of the bienact awards wherever thay have ocen of law re po one, I take it, has tracted bearing of someot the cases ane Yom mo ATRA» Ot" .
Enbleed thas ealy OIOADS sod CIGARETIES awarded & cortical of bonoas | ]3505,'0 !nform his frlends ond patrons anything tosay: but their publication pecupylog the atteotion of the Court nPaAGus" ~
the Jem@ca International Exhibition, 1°91 de CUATRO &TRINGS, doabie lengtba, | 12 the Royat asetta i ob ectionable in the Ordinary Jurisdiction just now, WARRANTED, oh AGUALEN _
Macnado’s Cigare and Cigarettes are for emokera of ealtare and diecernis | 6. Second. Corper aod Rilewr VIOLIN. | 08 MAD grounds. Uy, wil | Shorthand notes of the ‘evidence Ae
gate, Unigos in qeality and aroms, CELLO STRINGS, VIOLIN BOWS, accentuateamong the membérs of the | would be a boon to the'judges and 2 -—
Th We, kmasship and Blending of MACHADOB CIGARS AND] Pency Goitar and Viola Pege, 6 and Judiciary the unfortunate tendency: | questions and anawers could be given weholesome. Naxt Baflings for
ASETTER , ° 8 Keys Fate, Clarionet Reeda, New | Wbich largely exists in the | with greater completeness and detail AND Znwigpormting
aa HS eaanct be szorlled oF equalled ° | MiOdINS end) MANDOLINES — prices | Ordinary and svea inthe Summary | thon dader the present aystem of an- Oarthapens,
i . 500 to $20.00 alo an snotmons | Jurisdictions of the Supreme Court, of tiquated longhand note-taking. loom-] Appreciated by all clacses, frome Now
t B & J. BO MACHADO ranty af ALBUMS AND “SHEET reserving consideration | of adgm nts | mend the suggestions tothe authoritles highest to the “TRENT _
SIC, econd concerned, , . . “MAUDALENA"
. TRO Esta 1 has already been pointed out b
4 LA QETOAL, Eee iuhed Sth_May. 1910, Jou, the Royat zetia a nob largely Vente, 80LD TH, BARRELS 7 doz. PINTS The {tore mruneit it
i . THE METROPOLE Hered ik te eee tes and os. QUARTS, each = 7 and mal
———————= = Ne } 1 professton, and, therefore, the zy
aconp . BOARDING I{OUSE, mabtleation willy io i t measure, de | RD PRICE & C0 Ex ‘ 4
~~ RUBBER No. 31, Frederich Street. eat the purpose it Is intended to serve, Eve bottle nas cork COUSINS 5
Quaurcx a STAMPS azove THE woxe ixpustaics. { Zhirdiy, Af this publiration ls meant ! Faerie Ketate A ry IN 1¢ ,
~aT— ° Board and Lodging. | trates snd to intorm them ot the | 24ctoneers, , Veduete, Relate Ag branded. —
MomsoweW1e@ |! Cf a1] sizce aod descriptions are now mannfectored.| : ground or groundsupon which ther! oc DEneloe sauna ee 3 SPECIAL Rete
x “onthe premises by TERMS MODERATE. ecisions are afirmed, upset or varied, FORT OF-SPALN, B,W.L AND CAPSULE ENBUSSED, Eu
wines We, sexe) [Excellent Cuisine, Cool aod Com | tor ontiatn ate nuppored tofetine | creLeplcme 210 OF FIRST Chess
ATRIAL, 77, Queen Btreet Ye Apimsox PRINTEAIE fortable Apartments, copies of the foyal Gasette, it does ——- : Bea that you get the genuine articls 1 perunn ranEPioey
e a ee = —— Proprietress : not purport to be a publication with} SALE ON WEDNESDAY, JUNE Ist, SOUTHALL
TRINIDAD TO U.K. via NEW YORK] sowie °20ev=00. | STEEES aie ates | AFORE tbat rou sats 3 a
oak via 1 they are meant to affect. Fourthly, No. 5, Swccelbriar Road, First Cloaa Retura Teoketg: .





































































r ° ive rates wit
. . assuciing the Royal Gazetie to be the —— street p
By tho Trinidad Lino to Now York SANATOGE N._| prover Bedlm %t publication, “thea TV ARD PRICE & CO. axe taroared ftramers teeing
—AND— E£LAVOURED. tbe reports, containing, as they do, V with instictions from Mre. George lowing dates only sl
; r . merely the judgments with a short- | Rushes (wbo is leaving fot England) tovell Ohacon St-—-Telephone 190, Bb Avwoer 100 7" Jes
Tho ANCHOR LINE to Glastow and Londonderr The Tonic Food Remedy for Ner- | ened head note, are meagre and not | by auction oa the premiess t e major pore Dood Acguct |
6 6 gow Y vous and Bodily \Weaknoss. ee clenLly expla ae I profess | {1950 the farniahinge, taclading tscelleat Sb Mepr yy
” Hi
Wea DOVsELZ. * GET IT AT RAWLINS DRUG STORE | to be, with the wark of ihe Supreme Wicker. deck chal” fevolviag bamboo —THE- ik
‘ Ss whee $1.shd, urt can eplore Lhe delay occas | sracd, 3ferastends, black octagonal table, oe : *,
PROPOSED SAUING DATES, 1910. 022,100.) ) eee ne]. g | toned by reserved judgments, ‘I quite | aod one brown ditto by Shp, London, Trinidad Hleciris Co These tee Norray »
or tere | Medical Boardof ‘trinidad | siz's.thet any, Jcee cannes, be tc | sntal"ecenton ‘latg’ ble wish ons | 48 +911 na retin pteey dna
Steamers. Trinidad, |New York. temmer, | xew York. and, therefore, {ee length of time he page glasses. also ee crnam plates and Taamired. Soares eed ste
- f takes in considering it isimmaterial 60 | decanters mabe any ouch upholstered 26 b Ovtober 3010 ‘ae a
““MARACAS [ith Aprit,sgdeh April... COLUMBIA" 30th April, 4 aa to snare justice between the part- | foe osktatstura, fordicg Jepacee cren,| OOK! Look !! oun Nove. rey
BABA" dan Go,.:[ oun Mey <*CALEDUNIAY, “(7b Atey, | THE EXAMINATIONS | ten Mowever muct reserved Judg- | eecirle reeciog iamp, seh tedroou eure UBE E Rint Ds ee
“CROWN OF . . ments are necessary and frequent a4 | by Maple, including dreaslog table, wash. USE, 8 s US ° Pomeagers are nqueded &. ame
GRANADA =z lNth May .. 20th May ...|" FURNPSSTA" ‘21st! May, - FOR THE— they unfortunately are every one will | stint, wardrobe with mirror, 3 chee! Qaaety the Furent Ice, | tiepecl tected iene
““MARACAS” = “{ztey May | [20th May. | CALEDONIA t ath'Jane. agree that any movement to aggra- | Hraus mounted bedstead with epring mat. Dn none "| abetwill not under
»RABA” ist Jona |. (10 b Juce.. |" CALIFORNIA” (ates Jone. L. 1 CS ee Rl Ss E Ss vate this tendency sbould be strongly | tresscomplete, hanglog lavatory mirror by f Yo apalysis be extended. any
CRUWN UP “Fetth Jane. |“ CULUMBIA” 125th June, voy Cera ey TRIE the Teteca ad | Basle, cedar ‘clothes presses, double and Bee Prokemsor, Cormody's Analyais, eee se recommend
GRANADA” 15th Jane... — aibg'o bedstesde with spring mattresses heir berths f one,
_ * thei k, as Leo that they have to Sample of Ico—Rovelved from the Manager | their bertbe for the 3
MMABACAST [Beh dve-| ard-daly. MOALIFORNIA; | oub Jute | Drogaist, Assistant Drugalst, and | contend with more than they are able: | Suftesa wiitrrrtistsy, demratdice? | ane Tried Mectrie Coy. Ltd, ou A tenes oe















This route has tho advantage of allowing passougers to visit New

vas Introduced 1s calculated to restrain aprleg cot com
York outhe way home, Through ticketa issuod from Trinidsd to f

eta, 26 solid brass etair
Chlortoe

. : . * out doubt Judgments In small appeal k " tor aes '
Glasgow from “$97.50 upwards according to accommodation and nation for * tudents in peeaeat rs ins ta In legal point be Fie gr chalroy child's mail sarhe motor car Fre'Ammodia “e002, " "
Steamer, . ae Fharmacy fovolved, and thereby considerably | mais, ete., curtain poles, wheelbarrow, ¢ Aivamisold Ammonis 0.00104)
Full particulars on application to Local Agents, . ys adding to their already oneroue duties | ¢ 6, ete, "] NitrogeasaNitrotes... ..




WILL TAKE PLACE AT THE by putting those Judgments in wiit- | The lote will te on view on Tuesday,

The frinidad Shipping & frading 0 Lil

May 7th. tion.—needa very little emphasis or .
—ON— elaboration, Whe only reason I can Anctioncers’ of
see forthe publication in the Royal

TUESDAY JUNE 147TH Gasetie is to enhance the popularity of
°

that paper and, therefore, increase th





. SSE



; "DIRECT STEAM TONNAGE
Caicutta to Trinidad,

To Ba foid by Private Treaty.

lies that is thereal reason, but it suuoda jog frontage to Grey Btreet, 0:
Appieations with testimonials moat be | plausible enough. It has always been | prop neastres tperoximately 122 feet ne No 140 of

eras iuon or befure Tpeday, Juce 7b, | P complalot of magistrates, notably 90 fect, and tbe other @1 feet by 90 rad

BA















WIXI UC TE BD, but the system which is sought to be | er. ia ash by Maplo, chtla’s cot-complete, 24th Januarys 1910, The sample con-

And the Preliminary Exami- | them from giving offhand and with: | rode, 6 cane seat chairs, 3 meat sefes, 24 ote Solids 4. =. 2 prta per 100,000

The above avalytical reenults indicates
ing. The second point—that the] sisy 31et, from 9104 pom, Avy farther | that the Ice fe almosg free from iepariies,

‘ Royal Gasette is not lar pubh that it bas been carefully macnfectured,
Victoria * Institute | fev! Gort is nots poputar puttice: | partica ars eee SS Berns Becine te | and that steam te the form of water from | foo War inet porn

. Marine Square, | high 1s hae been prepared. eso, g.

* — TRINIDAD. ‘
AB L2.20 ED, amount of Ite sales, [ don't suppose WO eligible plote of Building Land hay: ya Bapreme Coort of Trinidad aod | 517. For paracalare apply ve ME








the Compaoy's otic,

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QE vENDES agate
Sitaswaca Herp eee ;.











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Government Analyst por SaLE OR sENT-te

deables Homy Brew Me





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3910, Gmoath *
ophley Rete —Pvalatif SIGN, hoberieey








































~ and fees must be paid on or before Batare :
(JAMES NOURSE LINE.) day, June 21th to the present City Regeunrel the ie For price and further particulars, apply Jos
eee Dp E.P d reine Court Intimating to them the to the Agents, w. end OFFE FOR
HE undernoted Steamers will sail from Calcutta Pe Re F PACA, | fate of appeals agaliat ihole decivions 65 Marine Sgaure, PortofBosla, | 2¢ Admlslatrator Coneral—Defeadant, mm, “etal
during the coming season :— ~~ Seerniaty Medion! Bost. | has been uneompromisingly bald. 10 | stertzuhewe nn | PG BLICNOTIGE Wsherehy glean that ——
is Leave on or about Dug to arrive A BARGAIN. that notice von hich fudeent ieee TRINIDAD spay Ay ta tetlom bas, been gommenced by 19 Barrels CEMENT“ -?
a2 a << ee ood: ° V0 THE gtst PAY OF above-name. alee! agalost thy “ a”
ts 88. “MUTLAN"” ., sth Auguat on deh Oorober. OR S8AL6 —One and a ball quariese seeded and the grounds ailecting the MAY agia abore-oamod defeodeut ia which the Plaia- Picked TEMPERS Li
peal, ‘That .
% BS. “UANGES" 8th October Ah November, cflawt siuste at Laventiile Road, } the systens, I understand For the in- —= UM claina @ grantof Letters of Adminis Ix event a
me 85 “MUTLAL® lth December 19,b January Kise Hj i, known as Lean’s Place, formation of magistrates this publica. | PUBLIC NOTICE ls hereby gina that in {ratloa in solema form to the extate with | go Firkias P, YB
BA 85, ‘ SUTLEJ” Stet December... wh Ja ry a Abriy tn tion in the Hoyal Gazetle in, therefore, | certaia deed ol morrergn Gant teens 2 | Will annexed bearing date theisih dey of f yong, Be Yew
Sd. "GANGES" Slet January . Les March. ALFREDIS LEAU, made, The publication Ss merely iv- | Novembe wee ed eg es pet Of ( Avauat 1008 of Marte Jeanne Balvary, de- . “
6. For freight rates and other patticulare apply to 2, Duke tr.—10th My, 10-1a. | formative: it does pot compel magia: | 1gos) and ood {regutered as No. syot of | esased, who died im the town of Port~








trates to accept the holdings therein | Cipriani of the frat part, Robert Alexsoder

senee, and if [tis fntended to ita
AT ST. JOSEP, hob 80 expressed, The Neiaue? has
Mart Na, s Sackville Sureet, Port-of Spal, on | est Maria

VIER} will bw reooleed by the noder- | alle to appreciate a paint of law whan x
O signed up to the 30th Jane, 191), for I he bears one, Nothing would be Tuesday the gist day of M

sed) of the third

The Trinidad Shipping & Trading Co,, Ltd,,

aout,
April 2th














’

4 Use Aladdin Security Oil

; Ju your lensps an oil that 13 famous for its suporior
quality. It ja watec white in colour aud gives a
beautiful white light, it will not crust the wick.



ibe colvoy, This preperty le within elght | terminio
cewnnnd amagn'fent view of the sur | The re at} Hews of Damian or the South Jaads

sounding country aod overlooks the St, Caste heres publluhed in the Koya Jobs De Castro Pierre og the bast upon ‘a Dated this
Joseph bareunah — ‘Tne Mouse eontalne | note, Inthe head-note of a case the | ‘er aadoo the Wen upon the Sasta Crus

Diawing Room, Dining R-om acd Vaatry, | potot te given before the holding there. | Tot’, toxttber with the buildiogs thereon

two D droows with Dreesiog Rooms, front | on is expressed. Mere, only the hold. deschted is toe aia, ena outers
















" Ing di
§ Kol in casos and wood and stool barrels, For farther partiealery aupiy to Sides, argumenisare notgiven in there | Ciauscen ia tat ead: tod abestiog on: tse | Noy 78 of 191
JNU. atc ROY Feporta, po pater how summarised Bort upoe anda of Franc Damian oo the |”
. oy . Tamawa uy s

‘ MOTOR GASOLENE —2ei Mey, imo, __"" "ot The bogtish seporte are very. neue | byeusch. Lous on tbe Euat‘then tne Seat te
. ° . = = = kre; that arguments of counsel | GT rivet and on the West upon the Santa fas gy inletrator
h Manvfactured especially for use in Automobilos, oO I i, Or I ’ QO i I, are | often t excluded, aad that sum us read, toyetber yaa the cottage “ Vula ministrator General~-Defendent, Price

Naplibe Launches and Gasolene Engmoe. {PT WISF whe aro gn the tracks for Oil fonditions there an different “to Deed weak “net jean 4&0, Pun i ROTIEE thereby. glen ont
, Rayo Lamps and Portcction will do well fo seasult nn | Remote ee ee pede the Remy . "ot Jane 1010, 8¢






J. M_ DANDRADE, Law Courte or the law-reporting {a —te bour of 14 30

Teal Esta dertak: fi
Eatate Agent, datly papers Oe ral ne wen ta

Sluo Fiamo Oil Stovos,
If not tound at your dealers, call or write

WEST INDIA OIL COMPANY,

ory



privileged and they sometimes fall back.
spon unauthenticated newspaper re-




















‘ Leg to notify the public 1a general

Otic: 2 Et, Vinoout Street, ‘Telephone 6§1 Rubi, Rubber, Rubber, | wee 1 ices ate on at opus | Sac eetcetpceoaeey er oll mousy yD StRAL.— i
: phone bets - | {BQUT 60% to 1,000 sever, Lacd | of are Onieins Beee eee, [portent Aceney wires te blog ewer eeesesion | Village Ae the ‘Ward ot Inver Cron BRISKET m= LW
* . " el ing carsie ; owe
, my addaptable for Rubber, compile local law reports, partleularly | ® Charteite Street padie fatacs our ae to have the. nid Van dey of ely 1008, end earned
SS se — a re eee = . neigdl DANDRADE | those of the Appellate Jusisdietion if fand style wili be Dowlago Olivia & | Deraea sd Wall 63 .
" —= Na. 94 Get. Viecent Str for no other hurpossy oF, in the alter- | Cv. AUGUB GU: May 1910.
/ "WANTED AT ONCE ties Sd aes | ie ety Senet moutiean edi | qn

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of the local newspapers by yeaily

NOTICE. turns to furnish these reports apart
(J HIB iste teform the publ tbat Taw |
Horns Cornered

Trinidad
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nos tsepodeible forany debts of debts
q@otrctol ty my wile Lilen Vaisley
we baring feed housg aad protection
without 28
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* Tope state,

orth Neparima,

HETY OURRRYREN ANG STONE BREAKERS

APPLY TO

J. T. GITTENS,

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saw readye60c,
and the Cora mas go. Get it , â„¢

te May 1t— 1a,

1904) sod made between Louie Ultima | Spata on he 18.b day of Angost 1508, the Te alee Floces Copen

Plaiotift betog th E
Property for Sale laiddown, Itis nob directory in any Meteton of tbe tenn part ena Newan Jobo | probate hae tea bow prestatar ioe Wal

part, there willbe pus up for aale by pudlie of the fate Faliscdre Regard who ls the
auction by the wadersigned at thelr A sole Executor’ named fo the Will of the
iegal training and ought surely to be i Auction Jeanne Balvary and whodiel

Gallery, Mat th water laid TRINIDAD, —_ oi
Serves! Jistiroore wtb water ald on tng ie ren it tthe issue upon | con: rising ux acres andiwo bith pare of an | la the Bapreme Court of Tiloldad and Ice H ( ¥ ry Py
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o'clock in the forenoon oF 90 "

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ra not sa NOTICE Be Pistatit, oa ber bebvll fore creed) © QFROM TO-DAY!

Probate of the lest Wil and Tesiamect,

DENTISTRY
_. —> 1Dr. H, W. LYNO

TO PLANTERS. (Grid Medal 40d, Dememirater

and Rilled by jalees One week fork geviy a LAINGS ANT avy Evredeviolk &

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a House pit uated on hall en acre of laud, the | easler than for himto include shortly | ine eel of Lae It and Siogular | @dtsleed Probate pf the said Wil! of the Oakdale No. 1 Oloca ~
projertyof Me 1, C, Morcom sbo basleft {n his letter to the magistrate the as. a asta Gree la the Bed ace se coms ISHEREEY Cay EN sale meld sa: | Oblendos Tet OUD B

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GENTS: DEPARTMERT,

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, FROM 12 OBNTS TO 48 CENTS,
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SEE OUR DOUBLE-FOLD LINEN COLLARS,
THE “WEARWELL” & *FIWELL” Lio Each, -Dest Value EVER OFFERED.
THE NEW FLY WING COLLARS—Veny Latest STYLE, tio ca,

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rs.

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. ° verted into a ros garden, we of course | thought the track was far from safe Koninklijke West In- London Direct Line
IN otice do not euggeats but there le plenty | for fast ridiog: ine Bicycle Club ie disohe Mail 2ienst thi: of Steamers
of scope for inventive genius of a bor e Comin of the Bicycle Clu *
+ x e tieultural character Biween the ex- | have been doing their best to getthe New York






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‘Shellac’ Gu-Carts.
































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Fino Assortment of Ladios Handbags
FROM 24 CENTS TO 3 DOLLARS,

FANCY BARRETTES—All new Styles._rlic, 4c, ta 60c.; HAIR SWITCHES...10 Black
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treme and the present severe restric: | track in good condition and probably
} thom of all siteupta at planting to the | between now and _ the day of the Tue Roan Doren Mi wAoxnrs. * GAVAN aThe ac. “Savan’ a ftaciue
in rbados | sportethey may succeed In geting it S ie due here from Paramaribo on } od Grenada on or about let June 1910



supply of forest trees.
aswell










. FROG W TO-D A. VY be seen some very taavetaliye planted into g onre Mondsy the 6th June, 2910, and will proceeding SBfterwards to Demerara
fa ; 2 | equarea and recreation grounds, the To-day’s Court List leave same day direct for New York | taking car; passengerg and mails,
ts 1 shrubs and plants although ornament- . takin, caren esengers and malls, 2ALYUIA, =The 8.8, “Salybia” will
a) ' £ 4 I al being principally of the hardy TRIAL MA ROWIS ¥.—The «a, “ Marow- sallonor about the 2nd Juve 1010
[ : Tourfiay, 21st Inst order, fequiing ‘but hitlla attention {Jae * is due here direct trom New | taking cargo for Havre, London and
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some of our squares? And If s0, judgment. mbo taking cargo, passengera an

mails
sould not e Aree attempt be ewe TARO WERE aie «5 Maro ‘Tus Naw COLONIAL Cor.

ES {joo Is due back here from Par Limitsp Aguwrs,
* or— Poston eer. te rea ey noes Black Sheep. ee Barbados on Pureday the BEMIAN-The 6. * Belgian” is due
HINGED. MAN -HOLE pa RSE EGG SPS | theses om
-o I B Til "Hi - ed upon by Nr. J. HL Hart; but wef Uolon on her receat voyage, three men Passengers aud mails, warde to Deoerara, La Guayra, Pto
i AND
Hon of the city commissioners. We beg | wittigma of Tricidad, and Alfred Jordan | toe sonday the 2th Junes 1910, | malta

ye .
Will lavas under : todraw bis attention to this Iden and] ooo Tita Downes of Barbados who ribo on Slondey ne day dureect. fos Frnidal Line of

s — Contizen
once they*are thoroughly set. Could (Before the Chief Justice) York on Monday the, St Jone, 1910,
; ~ not the same thing be done here with | yay ‘Nahomid ve.’ Pattlah, (For | 224 Will leave same day for Parana: en Fraderck Leland a é
’ FITTED WITH The « Price d thd: Company Led

















June, 1910, and will leave same here frous Liverpool via Barbados

dayldirect for New York taking cargo, | 00 or about 2nd June proceeding after-

have never beard that he has offered | were placed on board the steamer by the ‘ pa ” Cabello and Caracas taking car; <
any such suggestion for the considera: | gnthoritics at the Canal Zone. George Corea tes The % nn Pepren songers and mate it qa aectike bere













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Be would also suggest that the commis | 1144 just been liberated from jall at the fw ¥
, N York, taking cargo, passengers
« an ploners irrestigate boul id take is Tanedus have Leos deemod yadesirable | and thal r Steamers,
ae) 0 ¥. ll a Roast & Steak— we are certain that with every alight | citizens aod sent back to their humes, Tainipap Barerivea avb
‘ expenditure of time and mouey, this Oa the arrival of the atgumer at Bare RENADA. prea ow Agarres |
no f the oth the } nille on Thursdey las' jams made a a a nada’
4 cents, per Ib, city might: wrth great vantage, and good bis cteaps from the ship but his G the Trinidad Line will leave New








nd hails.

ARAMACCA.—The 6. a, * Sarainac-
3 ca" le dus here direct from New
York on Monday the 2%h June, 1010,
and w'll leave same day for l'arama-
ribo taking cargo, passengers aud








York on the let June and is due here












































, ‘ to the infinite delight and approval of | colicagues upon whom a strict watch was
‘ . the luth Ja
W . - le th f, S maile, . ou De.
pA FE STILL REMAINING, Briske and Stew—- | bo mehdnorctte Suse they’ would | ehh Pused through tle port youterdey | Aiea MACCA—The se. *Marmunac- ane
‘' be In any other towng of the same im- ——————— ea iy due back here from Para. SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.
a: . 10 ‘en! Ib, | Portance se Rortot opel. A Farewell Meeting in Jamaica. | Suture: jou and will have seine ARRIVALS.
% ‘ ——— a e *,
f : AND OFFERED FOR SALE BY ents per 10. _ day direct for New York taking cargo, May 2th, |
i F _— The following Is the programmeof the | passengers and tala, - | Pixs DER NeoLanpsy, Dutch etmr,
ae . PRESS ACCOUNTS oF “MIKER” axp | ‘ farewell meeting “of the Klogston Konwmkibhe W. Mast, dletus, 1,203 tons, 13 hours, Cara:
id STANFORD? ROM TRINIDAD. Atbletic and Bicycle Club to be beld drenet pano - 20 tone general carga, 7 hotess
1 G R E L L & Co Ltd nee " . on the let June, fa which the visiting Tense. aad 3) passengers, ~To Royal Dutch
t eee ee | The Jamaica Gleaner of the 7th inate, cyclste and athletes will take part t~ THE Rovat Dorey Mai. ne L Tow, elt at \
, jh — ards flat race, wixo Tips, Brit sloop, Telem
3 — The Port-Of-Spa’y GA7eUe. [tg coe rersenettadtvoet 2 Sikey | PY arte at race INS WILLA V.-Tbe Rolsh Mall] Sion: day, Grenada sheope 1D
4 *_. | Cipriani ts one of the cyclists repre- f 5 goa zs oI
1 Mile Oycle, here from Amsterdam vila Paramaribo undnuta, 6 bi tarch, 6
a “=== | eenting Trinidad, Hels an all round 8 Miles Cycle. and Demerataon or about the 6th} ct fnute be js starch,
- iTolephonec Noa, 37. PORT-OF SPAIN Athlete anda first class footballer, He! — 3 Muse Grete, sone 010, irucceding afierwards to | {ae whale oll. pote fomle, 1 tag
a TUESDAY, Slat . haw taken seriously to cycling for 1 Mile scrateb. Carupano, ‘Cutnana, Guanta, La ae Tie seme, Willleme 60 tons, a
aboutsiz monthyonly, In November 1 Mile scratch men excluded, Guayra, Puerto Uabello, Curacao. Jac- thre, Cristobal’ Golon— ballast end 3

he raced for the #(st tle as a novice b %
2 Miles seratch men excluded, mel, Aux Cayes, Port au Prince and To Ci

and w OF aul bis tyentenot only tte 1 Mile cycle handicap, cuntined to] New York taklug cargo. passengers fee nena ke Veo de Navi

winner” but the ’ big” events as | cyclists from Trinidad, Demerara and and melle. LLEM 1V.eThe Datch Gitana, Venesschur, Marti, 43 tons,

well, Hie waa tromediately pleked out arbados. Mall Steamer "Prine Willem IV" 8 brs, Cristobal OColon~a3 bage

BRUNSWICK SQUARE.

Tug work now being carried out,
sornewbat slowly it ts true, in Brune-








. ‘ST, VINCENT BUILDING.






















a ‘ . ” be
ae, 6th May, 1910, k Square, whereby the levela of t by the sporting critics as a marvel, and coc7s, and & passengers,
3 ’ s tions of grass plots between + ig duehere from Venezuelan porta on | Vexezuuta, Venez etur, Mo
: valisarsBeipeoreuean coer |insthsier was g2oraesvereouect | NEW ARRIVAL THIS WEEK |ratoutiteiith ine iui rsed | VEijonk ‘ht Ww Cllded hla?
ts ie a ——— Cc a Lranat—-no Passen, sae
i. WATERMAN’'S commendable move fn the right direc. Py ale parpndertal erformance to Post Carde of the Late King, varied | and Ataslerdam, taking cargo, paw | CisAnds Navi Fluvt y Tot de
“4 tion towarda the improvement o' he the board” beating such welt assortment. Gents’ White 2in Double sengers and SM I.2The Dutch Venez.
popular publio recreation ground of the cyclista as Kis ightlo Brim atraw bate, 48, 72, 06, with Brown px NS 1 i Win ° Wel Ocano, Brit star, Coffin, 1,172 ton
) NS city, Large quantities of earth, tos), and Maillard en Green, Navy and Black bands, elastic Mall Steamer’ ri oe | ens | ¢} ivbrs, Barbadoe—3w tons gene
A. { jo f apparently taken frm the atrecte (Trinldad) | He won all b hat bands, new coloursat 100, §1 08 | due bere from msterdam ¥ at aren cargo and 18 passengers—To Gordon
. . which are undergoing ae esis very easily, and has the distinctlon of | per dozen, Golf Brand end Swan cole | aribo an be uerara on or abd tu the Grant aad Oo,
Celene) gra belo, *esecfonas “and. where | baving lowered the Weet indian re, | lara at $10 per doen, 2 (or Sia, Ore | ro tarupano, ” Cumens, Guaute, La | AUSTAUMS Hutslan biking Martinson,
—_ oen' each, -
thle retulte fa the destruction of the | cord for pine rt soa guance ot Machinee at $3 Pompeii and other | Guayra, tuerto Cabello, Quracoa, Jac baltast=To Jutlan Hust. pique







the race for the

resent surface, freeh turf ia beln Seece, | iotions at Sicents, Cents’ tf Leather | m
Fi ‘ retnackably good Utne of inine. deere. Belts, large eyelets at 24 cents, Presi- | New York, taking cargo, passougere| 2) days, Havaollla—§ tone general

In one of two sections will
Agonts; planted, tee feumarkably ‘
remarkable and very OE Oo vork dent Suependere at 34 cents Hale j and malls, cargoand 27 oper Teel
Tels uch tobe hoped vse ble Co a terse red aot acne year lie | Goods. New stock Io burbens, auto | A BCANIA~TheDutchstatlCharterwd | Stalls ppeasene 7
‘ will be delayed as little as possible, rides 6 machloe geared to 64. Cipriani | turbaos, turbansttes, hale switches, Steamer eatcanta . us bere ay D
the general condition of th equare ja tbe youngest of our vistors, being curls, etc. Fullstock. Gente’ Tieein | from Venetue 8 ports ou 0 ‘ Mm tne Sansroos, Brit stme, Maylett. Lass
having been for a long time it ove t | only 19 years of age, endless varieties. Another lot of our | 2th Sune, 1 UW, ro \D Fe terwar @ | tons, sdays, Bell merits La
as to demand early piten sot the dE. Uoumbe. hanittacly known as | Well known reliable Gs, watches. Sine to Param bo, Mavre so Auster m no panscogera—To Ne Neen epi
! the levelling andre tanto ced 3} “Ben Coombe” is another of Trial ger sowing machines, sutt! aad taking cargo, passenge malls, Re vie t-T loop roberta 1
grase plote Is dad's representatives. lie ls an English § Deecies, lepart, ge DVANCK to sloo 21 tons
and we venture once more, to ae pip, aud like hie Ouber colleague, Saly fully stocked with new fashionable Tha Hamburg-Ameré |") doy, Gren Dyke berte 21 tong
attention to the question o} ke | Commenced cycling six months a, goods, Payus a visit before going can Line t z pads,
RevuRMabui—Venez sloop Vasques,
VU tons 5 days, Guarequen ballas

ity of dolog something to mate sew h Waterman, The Hatter,
l& CO. thle square, elt ht in| Hewon the bovicw race ab bis dire | Cet and Outfitter: 15 Frederick Pate
ATAGONIA.~The 5, & “ Pataga- DEPART ULES,
Line |e due here from Venesuelan parte | ViewezceLa 1—Venesstmr Montero,

thie square, situated as itis ri a dln the new:
the cenire of the business section of aieetrtevent, both of one mile die | Street.
nla” of the HMamburg Anierican
Sinve or about June Hb, proceeding after- | 515 tons, Cristobal Col: i
MOVEMENTS oF STEAMERS. warde to Havre and ‘hamburg ae BE tranalty No passengers. ‘ay Ge an
RMS. P28 Beye! mai] Ratan Mise cree baernens ond | ean -Desish Se Mase
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tien, up side down,
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heelty, surrounded by two of the
i foel pal of the city churches, aod tance, lie is 3} yeare ge tnd ls

. 7 n
uare, | Per f business, and | tasking part ia ipter-coldn!
64, Marine “4 ’ Hosted ontond side by the municipal for the ret time oxnen
buildings and tbe Public Library, a i ns. ne a IXER
lace wore worthy of ita locality. fe Tt urd is Tilo













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idad's









. Tall, lithe, well set u; 8.
TMINIVDAD, Vhy has nothiag been done for 80} Bee eri bis own frovs the 100 yards Line AKDINIA—Thes. s,“Bardinie"of] 1, Oi tons, cargoln translt acd ij
‘- many years now toward the comple | fe tot MM be balfsaile aod. ee, the | \7AGDALENA.—The RAL, «Mag. | ©) the Hamburg-Amarican Line Isdue Pateenger (called 2h instant) Dy
foovwalks chrough he square which | Faster meeting, 10 tere Oe Raat | aoe nite Chest ey ale imtice | dane Dita, prooeediog sitermarte to | ReroaainreVeues” sloop Vasques
er . th arragin, ton, o} urge an 8 al mV we:
was commenced by the Town Oom: | the redantins eres s sece. 11 hv eccetag Sib June, will work ia | lavee and Froatasg Wis Ht. Thomas, | V tons, l'aderasles, ballast and a :





MADE,

FA geceral Travelli
Biyle of ee

The iM “Oruba® | reklam cargo F een gere and musi. Oca seine at tor on ee to

BA’ 8. se MO tow star a, nat

(lu bare tp, Now Ware cP cians | Beers piamalcargs irae 3
Colon, aand Pues. bd ge a an ngere,

” Colombia on Sunday ob June, and TatsipaD Friertxa Arp Gordons Orant & Unt ee 1 y.¢

t palulonery weet by ibele euccsue ; for thd “ aide 23 jpece, | tor she strict quarantine at thie port.
ernmen Wereadily admit that in some re-| quarter wileld eece, te. the
ov of those walks | crouch start, which he says ro

t share eee leaves something | from Foster asd ls qolvg te run fa
ta be desired, ia the way of providing | @!1 the ruaning races












‘ is another runner frow ¢ Bout TRAuLIRO Co, Lro, Ann Conny. Brit Det
Dr. Shanon is anol runner will leave the nex for Boutnamp- ROWN OF ARRAUON.~The’ as Deited Urb sen Pelaiss, s9

a wore tapid drainage away of storia ‘A good sport aod » gealal 1a Barbados, Kt SMichaels(A tons,
Barbados A good spo t "it Goerbe dow meee “Crown of Arragon” salled from | brie fruit and {0 eccouuta, (Tobago











































4
waters, aad a rougher sutface 60 88 to ts, hele lac with Svery | © cerbourg. taking let, Zo :
Contractors. avold the ali ppe reer cersas tha fated ‘Beolber of the Leaun ile wi! enter ted Gast aenKers, a eae’ and moalls Glasgow on the Iéth Mayandisdueto] Zlst inet
Bator nde cf ton ent te |r ataraelg, re nt te | ig guns crea ree | A encncd ans doy baa (ae Men Seaatiasg sb |
i. ao eramer
' Frloes-§2.00, 33.50, §4.00, $5.00 ds $6.00. square, Bub these consreled Pata | to pase ihe tape first la more tbaa | pecgers uly, cargo and mails for rare taking passengers and muaila, ZN bage ‘dad cova, 10) crated 3
n —_—— even ot, n 0 \
OS rr on the old eerily wake rbich poise pre WE Hoadley is Trinidad's Jon g |. The tendor will leave tha Lighthouse | pneeeneeeernnee neers By Hoyal a orest aT Ath
R ex er iy Gousideration le the’ pro: | distance runner and of bim also it is | Jetty, Queen's Whirf at 2p.n., with Dovowta i~Venea ochnr Suljads Al
re He ATES Yiioo of larger number of better | veld great thinge may be expected. | passengers for the “ Orubs. wa Laven Piz. -Many of the | Gh, G Oulon, sundry pigs midve
Se ~ Laced seate for the we of the public VIEW OF THR TRACK, Passengers are specially notified that 1 Tb ie i t has any 4 and § passengere
3 Biiels only a matter ofa few pounds| The team ocludeaix firetclase foot # beagage lighter Lo be despatched ta | aliments tbat mane tas conten: Kixo Kpwakp Vy abst steam
‘tituce to remedy, and we think | bailers end some excellent row log the Momewas 4 Mall will leave the Bt rita Mee a origin ia 6 dlordered och Bergh, 6 tonal, Cola, suns
p . T ATE Se ee od for tbe expenditure mint i men, | Atter the ort, tbe football Vincent Jetty at 10a.m., on the day of hasty * fe tuts coca green, pec | dry phys and! passenger,
j vious to all who pase throug @ | comoa va
, SMALL COGOA ES quire wit aey degree of frequency. | any Jamaica team of siz a sidein a phat Some trou ont eo

seilipg, tnd passengers are thersiore
Pequenied tolece thet thelr baggage is







































is ety. t the old matier, to | friendly match. sent down before that ostn alls Z
: Of 16 Acros. ek ee rane ote aucktubeot | mended lide wef te Kuunford ta pt 5 | ferulatre dw tena on teaver: | A ne i‘ by th
“ ore in accor fin enue exercise Kvery man espreae- f= T= on sufferers, eee there ‘or New Yor! y the 2%,
7? rticulars | plasting up the squars i on i bimsell lu terms of th teat fone superivr to Dr Kellogg’e Yogeta |“ Sasatuacna” wil be clowd on
hr No teasonabiq offer relased, For farther pa dance with the ira ot Poe bois Ta oe tate over the track, whith it k Warta sre duilgureinents that dy ble vite Thele oper Yess bh Tuwedley the 3ist a6 1 s'clock pan
Sppiypin ree, eee) I he Weet fadiee and Io older sonatsies boned wil he luproveds tut Gprien appeae en tivated with iollowsy's } gentle le eff at lves ard the imoeb deh. er. Heglslrrtlon cleave” at
ey MM RTON . That Brucewick square should be cop: hed 6 tyre punctured, vador" Gora Ours. cale oan use .
F cKENZIE & E i
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