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Port of Spain Gazette
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1910
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FUND'D VOL.
ijlipLons, Ltd,
'ess,
'â– MERY DEPRRTM'l
-rox-
^cmvER-s.
â–  * IBB.
Sge&'iii-iiE
THE STORES.
For Kent
Wolsey Underwear
A FRESH EOT
LIGHT & MEDIUM WEIGHTS
MO * HALF SLEEVES AXD MKTS 10 HATCH
B^^SSÃœBWSSSR
OS, JABGSB,‘S
UNDER-WEAR.
” QuOWo S»d Sira to U»,V°
Sbb Our SDnthsrn Window.
GLENDIN N!NGS
TSIIIÍflfl fISE HSI58BIE Cl
Now Opening
fllF-W« Umiifl IHBME
NEW HATS, NEW LACES.
White- and Coloured KajimiJered Blouse Lengths
ST VALUE IN THE ISLANO~
"MtiBSR*S%3H2a!!V>'% V£Kaa
WUOI.KSANO TltADIi.
0.1, .» very cu-'ipkio .1 ..I l ie
Prices w liitfii
SKEOCH & CO.
IS. KRKÃœKUICX SVIICKT-
il)AVID7ON & TODD
Foot Balls
Shin Guards
Tamila Rackets
BUY
Hockey Sticks
Hookey Balls
Croqaet Sots
Cricket Bats
YOUR SPORTING GOODS
THE CALEDONIAN HOUSE,
aoonwii. L
a as -toilsow,
FOR SALE
VESSELS BROS. *& VON GONTABD
A MEW GARAGE,
liáis
FOR SALE
BOYD &z CO,
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Portland Cement
JU8T ARRIVED.
‘ELEPHANT'
BRAND
As Supplied to the Gover
and Town Board, ^
CEO. R,1m & uflUBtNÍlil




—JB> fHI'l T-t-PAlS 0ACT.1TE TUESDAY JCTLY 19
SMITH BROS. & CO.,
f ' SOIiE -A-GKErKrTS
Edison Phonograph Co,
JOST RECEIVED
\25 PHONOGRAPHS
),000—On Ttaatd
Records,
Standard records,
ímbaiolor 4 Minuto Records,'
LAEGE STOCK
VICTOR
Talking - Maohines
EECOKDS
English, French. Italian, jjjn-
dustini, Spanish Portuguese
and ChinesS
For BIotoi-M for all Purposes
THE ZBOUST-AEISnZ-^;
ALBION
POR AX.X, TRADES.
TO CARRY 15 to 40 OWTS. or 12 to 26 PASSENGERS.
There are Material Reasons
S-aJfainilLi
MITHE BBQTEEBS áclÓO.
PARTICULARS CALL AT THE BONANZA. ,


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Men, Ladies, Boys, Girl and Infants,
Harness & Saddlery
CRICKETINC IMPLEMENTS.
Bags, Trunks and Portmanteau;
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mmm
SWIFT BROS.J
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i TnE-POIlT-OP-SPAIK'QAZBlfE TUESDAY JUEY 19 1010
STEPHENS LMTD.—The BEST PLACE to BUY EVERYTHING.
ADIES 8EADV-T0-WEAR HA1S.
â– HILO REN'S SAILOR HATS
lUCK OSTRICH TIPS.
Hnolt'í!* Ostrich * Plumes.
W “CKW“te ” u“ um~
WEI WHITE UNION EMBR'D ROBES
fra Ml Linen Embroidered Robes.
CARRIAGE « RUGS.
RUG STRAPS,-36c, 480.
GENTS DRESSING GOWNS
Turkish Bath Gown?,— 10s to
ANOTHER LOT OF OUF
SPECIAL NOVELTY 3-P1EOK
GentsUmbrellas 3.
Velvet Pile Balao'tt Centre Carpets
Our * Tailors
AIÚ DEYOUNG SPECIAL ATTENTION TU
FLANNEL SUITINGS
Of EVFRY DESCRIPTION.
The Hot Moutlis,
Oorreotnoss and Bead Appearance
OUR WHITE CASHMERE
J ACKET & PANTS. ATS».HAVENO EQUAL
D. B. ' Boaever' Serge Coat
GENTS ‘EXACT K. BOOTS
, 5SÍ DOLLARS.
EVERYBODY'S K- BOOTS, SB.00
GENTS SEFTON BOOTS
Special Uno Bonts Glace Bala.
Ladies Lace Boots. ,
RIDING * SADDLES,
The Stores,’--Leading Family
Grocers, The Stores,’


Full Text
FUND'D VOL.
ijlipLons, Ltd,
'ess,
'â– MERY DEPRRTM'l
-rox-
^cmvER-s.
â–  * IBB.
Sge&'iii-iiE
THE STORES.
For Kent
Wolsey Underwear
A FRESH EOT
LIGHT & MEDIUM WEIGHTS
MO * HALF SLEEVES AXD MKTS 10 HATCH
B^^SSÃœBWSSSR
OS, JABGSB,‘S
UNDER-WEAR.
” QuOWo S»d Sira to U»,V°
Sbb Our SDnthsrn Window.
GLENDIN N!NGS
TSIIIÍflfl fISE HSI58BIE Cl
Now Opening
fllF-W« Umiifl IHBME
NEW HATS, NEW LACES.
White- and Coloured KajimiJered Blouse Lengths
ST VALUE IN THE ISLANO~
"MtiBSR*S%3H2a!!V>'% V£Kaa
WUOI.KSANO TltADIi.
0.1, .» very cu-'ipkio .1 ..I l ie
Prices w liitfii
SKEOCH & CO.
IS. KRKÃœKUICX SVIICKT-
il)AVID7ON & TODD
Foot Balls
Shin Guards
Tamila Rackets
BUY
Hockey Sticks
Hookey Balls
Croqaet Sots
Cricket Bats
YOUR SPORTING GOODS
THE CALEDONIAN HOUSE,
aoonwii. L
a as -toilsow,
FOR SALE
VESSELS BROS. *& VON GONTABD
A MEW GARAGE,
liáis
FOR SALE
BOYD &z CO,
tes as aatfissiai’ffi w
SS¿ístf«a-0,,¿"
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Portland Cement
JU8T ARRIVED.
‘ELEPHANT'
BRAND
As Supplied to the Gover
and Town Board, ^
CEO. R,1m & uflUBtNÍlil


—JB> fHI'l T-t-PAlS 0ACT.1TE TUESDAY JCTLY 19
SMITH BROS. & CO.,
f ' SOIiE -A-GKErKrTS
Edison Phonograph Co,
JOST RECEIVED
\25 PHONOGRAPHS
),000—On Ttaatd
Records,
Standard records,
ímbaiolor 4 Minuto Records,'
LAEGE STOCK
VICTOR
Talking - Maohines
EECOKDS
English, French. Italian, jjjn-
dustini, Spanish Portuguese
and ChinesS
For BIotoi-M for all Purposes
THE ZBOUST-AEISnZ-^;
ALBION
POR AX.X, TRADES.
TO CARRY 15 to 40 OWTS. or 12 to 26 PASSENGERS.
There are Material Reasons
S-aJfainilLi
MITHE BBQTEEBS áclÓO.
PARTICULARS CALL AT THE BONANZA. ,

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â– TAB PORT-CH-BPAtN QiZSMB. TUESDAY. JPIY
Men, Ladies, Boys, Girl and Infants,
Harness & Saddlery
CRICKETINC IMPLEMENTS.
Bags, Trunks and Portmanteau;
L
MILLER’S.
mmm
SWIFT BROS.J
Cloth Manufacturers and Whohj
Clothicrs. 'a
NEW SEASON'S PATTEj|
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i TnE-POIlT-OP-SPAIK'QAZBlfE TUESDAY JUEY 19 1010
STEPHENS LMTD.—The BEST PLACE to BUY EVERYTHING.
ADIES 8EADV-T0-WEAR HA1S.
â– HILO REN'S SAILOR HATS
lUCK OSTRICH TIPS.
Hnolt'í!* Ostrich * Plumes.
W “CKW“te ” u“ um~
WEI WHITE UNION EMBR'D ROBES
fra Ml Linen Embroidered Robes.
CARRIAGE « RUGS.
RUG STRAPS,-36c, 480.
GENTS DRESSING GOWNS
Turkish Bath Gown?,— 10s to
ANOTHER LOT OF OUF
SPECIAL NOVELTY 3-P1EOK
GentsUmbrellas 3.
Velvet Pile Balao'tt Centre Carpets
Our * Tailors
AIÚ DEYOUNG SPECIAL ATTENTION TU
FLANNEL SUITINGS
Of EVFRY DESCRIPTION.
The Hot Moutlis,
Oorreotnoss and Bead Appearance
OUR WHITE CASHMERE
J ACKET & PANTS. ATS».HAVENO EQUAL
D. B. ' Boaever' Serge Coat
GENTS ‘EXACT K. BOOTS
, 5SÍ DOLLARS.
EVERYBODY'S K- BOOTS, SB.00
GENTS SEFTON BOOTS
Special Uno Bonts Glace Bala.
Ladies Lace Boots. ,
RIDING * SADDLES,
The Stores,’--Leading Family
Grocers, The Stores,’











= NO 9 98 VOL. XXIV

TRINIDAD TUESDAY JULY 19 1910. os

DAILY ONE PENNY



(Sianhons:- Ltd
eT

Ho0ERY DEPARTH'T

tke. ~FOR—

CHIVER’S |

We © THUS.

Wolsey Underwear | ss» es

(MUTUAL &@ CO-OPERATIVE.)
2a, Cnacon Btweet
THLEPHONE No, 62,

(ue tSecretary of the Company bere-
by Informe the holders of policies
dated 1904 and 1905 that there is still a
balatice of wnclasmed cash dividends ia

WE HAVE JUST OPENED UP

A FRESH LOT

aye-ve-ve his bands, avd begs them to apply at the
+. Hb Tina 150. ome IN mee Compen 6 office for said dividends at

ar ” Ib Gisa Jars Xe. earliest convenience,

ees ci MARMALADE, 1b Utane A. F. MATHISUN,

ats, we, 18e,
EMADE do, Ub Glass Jara... me,
1

WNCUBD wu yw ee 88
PLE JELLY Vib ay yw. Rey
; Y JELLY” 1th Glass

CMGEREY J Jare oo. Bow

‘PAVBONIRLLY, Pb

LIGHT & MEDIUM WEIGHTS
LONG & HALF SLEEVES AND PANTS TO MATCH

a IThis underwear bas long been tried and always with’ eatisfaction

Secretary,
7 Port-o£ Spain, , 7

29tbSept, 1900,









aot iNoyR peels nf wg (hey aroa'l Wool acd absolutely uoshriokable, and are marked at =
B INS oo inde== From :
he tole Clase Bottles, very keen Prices,

—iT—

THE STORES.
t _ ——
+ For,Rent

- — ste

AGE NOt 22 Borde Btreoy. Very

‘yet end airy, 3 bedroom, draw

r aad dioning roows, front gallery,

MR canal ont offices, with large yard,

gerdeo, Electric light anu sewer

deatalleL Possession Ist Aagast,

to H, V. Lavghnn, Customs, 16
180.

UNDER-WEAR.

We also Stock Dr, Jaeger’s Underwear in all
the Qualities and Sizes for Mon and Boys

Trinidad Building and
Loan ‘Association,

OFFICE: NO, 18, CHACON STREET,
Telephone; No. 62

a — =
. OLDEXS of Detesture Bonds are
68 l] OU Wili “] hereby inviteito cull at the ethee
@ | of the Assoristion for thelr half yearly

Interests to 30th Jaze 1010
a A, ¥. MATHISON,

r ‘ ~- DET E

BALAN + GROCERY









ee July L— S xcetary. leedeeeecoeece
, = fole Agents: ran 5
us . (OLENDINNING’S SKEOCH & CO.
1 e ys Sry
R EAT Misturo a». 600 tin ~~ TT
Reus TS
aa sgn Foot Balls Hockey Sticks
— 20b
A.) Shin Guards Hockey Balls
KAN, at Tennis Rackets Croquet Sets
¢, pkge, - 7 -
——— Tennis Balls fb. La Cricket Bats



i tings Nv. 10 Fadgorald

I Lace euntainiog drawing aod dinio’

}: Abodrovums, pratry and ell cou

cou, Kens moderate, Apply Us

, ‘awa Hall or 66 Picton Sirest:
ee

i UB REN f--[Totee situated Cornet

Whew & Doudvoald Sireetq lately

$ by Joseph Usrrecivio Eoq. biect.

Ie & powersee foatalied, veual

) + Ue Ruee & Co

|

Apply to ¥V
& Frederick Hucot. —Jaly 5 ala.
j BENT, —Dewizatie Uniiwge witb
ve] couvaniencs lor w whail family,





deroioghan , Avouas—Heat ‘
nig pols tot eKjcalare 80, The CGOoODWWIL EL. & Wo ' rt
Pee Bakery 60 Park Hirect—5 Jaly, .
3 on
ES ———
es BEN i= cee
Wocuse of “Backeilie aud’ Mleneoud EEE 7 DOR RENTofrom let Ja’y Realdence
Bewersye aud electric ligh - J k No, 3) New Street shiatolon Deawiog
Rust moderaie, Farber is Al Be and Dining Rooms, 2 ooms, Latge
*pply to W, O. Ross & Uo, be | Front sod Back gatlerien, 2 eervants

OW Qaven aad Frederick pteet—

rooms, bath and all necessary ovt offices.
Avy, to Rtebens Lid ‘be Btores—
JoySbh—Im

TOR RENT-Toev jarge ‘and or moot
} ope ped tance on the L’ Eugene Eacates
Ranta Crys Maia Road, oultetle for a terga
family, coutaloiog € Lerrocme, ball asd
dinloy rooms, fron« and side galleries,
antry atd oat roms, atsbles, etc,
Pestiby oud well situsted, river suvolog at
back @f property, Two milee from Bsn
dae Rudwey Btetloa = Rent 20,00

—BY—

WESSELS BROS.°& VON GONTARD

Ex Recent Arrivals,
mooth, Apply J. A. ANTox!, 18 Clare

. . Jotie Streog, inmetiate pousuloaJace

- i — 2h lbs, | Sat pes > Wie
Bee See OR do, —28 and 18 inches —4 ibe | IP RAB Teta oo oe

NT —Oousye 1s Jerulngusus
Avenue Nu 3 with elecsrig aight

, 4. Apply 60 204 Cherlote Birncet,
Nyomwd at,



| 9284, at presen the Seuta Crus Main
|fauaty, Rnsene potent by the Pallazei





YOUR SPORTING GOODS
THE CALEDONIAN HOUSE,



N 100 Packages .



SUCCES EMERY GRINDER @
<

Now Opening



A E
9 :
Tee <3 ; 3
FINE}WORK EMBROIDERIES & INSERTIONS, 33 ty
100 pes. Assortol Pe igns—All-over Frobroidery. 2 H a0
NEW HATS, NEW LACES.|ii 83
Linen Dress Goods—Prain, ‘Striped & Floral Designs. g :
36 inch LINEN DRESS CRASH—#0 osnts Now 18 omnia, “$ &
NEWEST OTIOMAN CORD—360. yard—Up to Date. & 5
: ¥ 5
AR e

White- and Coloured smbroidered Blouse Lengths

From 60 cents to $1.44,

BEST VALUE IN THE ISLAND.-.

PRINTS, COTTONS, LAWNS, DRILLS, MUSLINS, FLANNELS,
CRELONNEX, MOSQUITO NETs, &c, de de.

O+e maa cau work it. The price
je 83 each . = -

THE ARCADE.
SE ARCADE.

peo RENT.—C attape No, 88 Maraval
Poatnear the coruer of the Savannah
ree eee Royal Colleze, Rlsctria firtiogs
ofc, Apply to Leweey & Maynard N:
35 Meury Berees ray o—tm “

WANTED. _
WV ARIED =A Tow “papile torte

Fiance, Lessona given at their
homes ‘Larms moderate. Apply L.A,
Gamer, oo Cathoile Trath Agency .

Juse 23—1m,
____—ihest.

ee
Li: -Batween Hotaate Gardena and

os

Oe TT

WHOLESALE TRADE.

Our Stock is very complete and the
Prices are Right







wthpoesrla Toe fioder will be suitably
rewarded by sending it to X.Y Z Port-of-
Spatu Gasetie—July ith tw,

eect B15 e 1
DE DION MOTOR CAR -

yer SALE cheap to a cash purchaser
an UP 4 seater, quickly convert.
idlejnto a 2 seater, from the firm of
+ Dioa Bourton, lately fitted with
tepl cements from the Firm.
Apply) & De LaBasrivg,
Feesando —Jaly $.—1m,

“QQVERNMEAT NOTES









(VERNAL HOT



33th Jaty, 1910,
Toe Chairman of the Napirima Local
Raad Board bae givea notice of the fullow.
log resstation for the next meeting of the
Central Hoad Roard
. T. Boway,

H
Atg. Secretary GC. K. Board,

“ That this Board be sathorised to take
over (he followiog traces and convert them
{nto Local Koide.

(A) Wellington trace commencing on
the Papoure laveruevs Mein Koad atthe

mule 500, taenlag tbroagh the jands of
Wellingtoa Ketete, a distance of 6250 feed
aod termiocating vear ‘the Picton Estate
Ses'e, on the ban Fernando Fiperia Erin
Road, aod thet euch Road be known ag
Welllog on Debs Koad No 2,

(B) Tarouba 8+, Johu Trace commene:
{aw on the Boathera Mein Rosi atthe $8}
mile post, ruuatog through lands of Mar
Ustle and Taroubs Katates a distance of
4410 fect, ant terminating at the Tarouba
Katate foste, sod thet each Road be known
as Teroubs St, Joho Road No, 4,



BOCAS AND ISLANDS SERVICE

GULE_ STRAMBRH—ARRANQEs
MENTS FOR) DISCOVERY
DAY &&

son, as zs iD ° AATURDAY, ‘rit JULY, 1010,

Thesteamer withperforu: ber usual
wornisg trip. ta the afternoon she
will leave at d o'clock instead of :t

MORDAY, let avast, 110,
steamer will leave Port-ofe
Spaia at 8.) a.un, for Chacachacare,
calling at all stations, She will leave
Chacac hacare at 3 pom, call at all
stations, and arrive at Port-o
at about 5.3) p.m. pag
TUESDAY, 2Nb AUGUsT, 1010,

The steamer will leave Port-of-Spain
at 4am. for Chacachacare tlirert ¢
will call at all statlous except Teterons
Ray ou the return tip, and arrive at
Pert-ol-Spain at about £3 am,

On Saturds ah, Taly 1010, return
teket availeble for the day only will
Mle ouday Iet Auman 1910,

oO ay le uguu. re
kota srallabie fer the day. only oat
a ‘ol Og ralee:
Five ete # . yy



FOR SALE —

BoYvYDpD & CO.

Ex Recont Arrivals.



5D Prime Large Lunenburg CONFISH *
35 Tlerces Prime Medium Lunenburg CODFISH

’ ree “
‘ arte & femity, couteraing Do. COCOA tps waik froin Hevennah aod Alt Sots 75 Bags No. 1 Fxtea Fi.QUuk—“ Grandmaster’ Moses ae .
Mean, Wie barely werden tet, Sad wut GARK—50 lb. Boxes Lhuroh—puvateyetd, Hoose bas purloa", ice SPLIT PEAS: senebacare 8}
eee “rset [BALES WRAPPING PAPEL clang. vovms a, tmgvomny, 'gelery| 100 Hags Choice $PL, (Gedloary “retara theta at “Gout

q PRO owity, Owe mlies fru Bou

ae we ttn, Core always ‘st
arc

rbeag de becce! 3 Marue “e Rate,

Sun Auguey Dext—Juce vith-s




. beth and cffiees, Heat 916
dpi v0 M. Howe 41 Frederick Street.
ax

Jace—10
HeNs—Untegeivo BS Tragereia
k Kiaipontaslog froas gullery, disieg
end dre slog rouns, two be troome, pantry.
sod seas] outeliicee. Al-o slecesio Hyb:
fostalted, Avplyto T.Ukppes Gaayt, 0
. Henad way—dueet 19h — Jap.

—Cottage No 10 Reebtneed Bt,

‘ 0 aio a htgs betrvons, ball an¢
dialug ome, pe Tyee heparin ou
hee. ae yard, * taps Dy
@ Wa Hicamsad sees,

oho Ores Nema bul wed vicieg

* oy Lr » a k,!
; (ON in Cases —" Red,” ° Medium Red"! & ” Pink!
BAGS VENEZUELAN COFFEE.

70, South Quay.



*
ear sista Tlaeed®
Bi Aua’s tate! a :
J Cupid by Ey:
Per) eq, tortmadly by Major A. 8, Lowen:
inns yee Geswing asd aunts,
Yee F— Velapnons Sod Water Sere

ik tawun muita, guy ae toe
js IKE,

ete Oitwet, Hurt O88; moist hee

Re oem be

Nok EEN — Fira buatuess "

‘ PXLON OILS 74.





A NEW GARAGE,

AHRIAGE FACTORY bee od4ed s vow Depaneosas ta the

ENS Cc eqns!

Mena U Ne e Buse ee |! ue CITT) AX aBEKOFY, rome fe oud Bede gol orem, 7
{et Ae ie ieiea ere outs T shape ufo RICCO zune * be mmpaeouy rovgbet oe yea tel and sat tomes bas Rent sh oe
Fp ye W Bruen Anu vi Whee bs aper Mii at Mies, ied of A dems Mavals sperteg Oo, wis Fee sop PSone ale, ,

ae a . ke Laweet petees,
I—Vuly Lis La, ogee of ths mares of wo °

———

‘
i

3. NASANTA,
Acting Harbour Mester
Uarkou M 's UNtice,
ih July. We,
COLINIAL ORCRETARYS OFFICE

Jal
RaTrawp. 7 ta,

LU eee? ‘the Governor hea beeg

— ALSO —-
250 Bags CANADIAN OATS
—AND—
400 Bags PURE) GROUND .OILMBAL,



6, Brosidway. _Telophono 132.
5, Broadway. cclionnone =.

= te the cloal
a@oop RUBBER easel edhe, Hevas the bth Tory note
VALI STAMPS. Gheech frase’ tee feat tothe Beate
io F-mile
a one tommiaua sh toa 1G mile ‘4 Bout
Bl esssregas abodes (if it all sigon and desartytions are now magelwutcrad Dy eewciaad,
Pret terete’) 04 the preasinne Fy
Ve US wo, SUI! W, kNaGer
A TRIALS ° 72, Qacen Setsent Tu Apsmcon PRinteais Beoretary,
S .

| DAVID
Ra me ae

Bolssiere’s ‘/ilfage ooe zold brooth wet ~

CF eres,
COLONIAL SECRETARY'S OFFICE, +











ate he

at Catlin.

nt A mh me i st RA ml.








"NO. 9.298 VOL, XXIX
TO SNORE RS.

HENRY CLAY & COY’

HABANA CIGARETTES

Of all the Leading Brands at the

STANDARD HOTEL,









—_—_s—

DIRECT STEAM TONNAGE

Calcutta to Trinidad,

- (JAMES NOURSE LINE,)

* ooo
SJ\HE undornoted Steamers will sail
during the coming season :—





Jeave on or about Due te arrive
at Trinwdad
B38.4' MUTLAN” a soth Aagaet om ath October,
S8. “GANGES* 6th October oa 17th November,
BS “MUTLAII" loth December... With Janvary
85, ° SUTLEJ” Zlet December... 90th ry:
$3. “GANGES® oes Stet January . let March.

For freight rates and other patticulars apply to

The Trinidad Shipping & Trading Co,,
_Apeith Aronts,



NOTICE. —

‘TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN.





Mr. Granam Lecenpre has no

parties.
EDITH 8. DAVIES,

By hor Attornoy-——4. C. DAVIES,
. W. STEDMAN ARCILER,,

‘his Sttoruey—3.U DAVIES.



- | Use Aladdin Security Oil

Jn your lamps, an oil that is famous for 11s suporior
qualitv. It 1s water whito in colour and gives a
boautiful white light, is will not crust the wick.
t olf in casos and woud and steel barrols,

MOTOR GASOLENE

Manufactured capecially fur uso in Automobiles,
Naphtba Launches and Gasolono F ngsnes.

Rayo Lamps and Porftocction
: Bluc Flamo Oil Stoves.
Jt sot found at your doalora, call or write

a WEST INDIA OIL. COMPANY,

Uilice: 2 Et Vincont Streot, Toléphone 631.

—





eee eee

CHOCLOATE

LUCIEN’
THE STANDARD OF EXCELLENU®

on

hONT!

Hive been awarded the DIPLOMA OF MURIT in preference to all other

1909 Better and cheaper thaa others even at higher

Botalia tlerory store frow le upwards. Wholesale at 840. por th, from

aris
~s#3 Albort Lucion & Co.
{Cocoa Dealers & Chocolate anu
re

. 4¢
tative-TENRY E Gthoux,
rig Rererst ae ;

~~ acturere,







i Ts with the boowletee that tbere te georraily ons thiez on ths breakfact teble

Lhet most particularly sppests to you, that we manatactare
ere ("Dangle WHANWD Wermioe!i3.,"

she tor a porticulan deb, Buvinersie do
one ue a partieulor aure Rowe Tosinese taen tegard thete punpecure net ihe

Â¥ I
wb ject of resilslng s de falco goa!.
aectes, ubers cibecebe
ye geese sie
r qgp¥ll ib tee mes

Taeic re 1020 we wont dieses,

the particular desire uf every “‘botne’
thet pa’

Tho Eaglo Factory

are *

wielon Merchants , obteina!ie by retail at al) ous prising Grocere,
duly 10h, 191. —Jaa.

bangiog lantps, fat mest diehes, fancy
glaseware ects, powder bores, wine arts,
dolte, ebiwaoies, and nacdries at Na 46
Marine &qnee—latel
Swre.
going cheap —Jane 29—1m, ‘

UH BALE, ~1¢2 Pony—Souns bos
and oYalt In perfect orden Annly lo F. BR.
Word arta Crne—Ja y 18-20,

uk Ss —A Great Bargain Cocus
Anrly te STEPHENS, Ltp, The Stora,
aJaly

a

Rot SALE. Thas beaatifal Dwetliog



three mivetes’ walk from the Ame
Railway Station
wf
Epwarb Kona, Shop beeper, Aniaa—
daly 7. ow

pron SACE—ihe two worey Guudio

ebaims tigh roid, & feed businese stand,
na reasonable offer refased. Apply to A.

from Calcutta Alleyoe—Tabaguite—Joly 2 —Im.

id,,





au.
thority whatever to transact business in the
name or on account of any of the undersigne

' _ CONSTANTYNE RINGELING:

By their Attorney—A, O DAVIES,





titors by the jury at the CANADIAN NATIONAL ERUIEITION
prices

Street, Port-of Spain.

tohavetbe “FAGLE VEKMICELLI * +0 aciversa'ly eppere cid
lutecce catoker te base

ticular ds ues only oa particular events, (i leg ve algal, toatl | Wicrohboe Killer

Wiopale -Scbosuec & Co, Bejireth & Holler, J. Teaira, 3, A. Orvz,

~ TRINIDAD.



___ For Salo, |
POR SALE. - Selling Off Patent Iron

Safe, counters, glace cises, shelvirge,

recazled as Ito’
Large enamel Disins and plates

rahber-tyre4 Park Phseion with po's
Estate. Absnt 3,000 tree —19 acres,
13 h-lw.

Hoase ottaste lo Armaro Road, juct

A
treet with a barges,

cash parshaser
rply to

and tande situsted of the Caripl-

fos SALE —Hall bred mare Glednoes
by Lafayette =a large comfortable
English Victoria; an Amerlesn Phartou
capable of seatiog five aod a Surrey, a! in
eontitios, or patticalare apply to
waeph George, groom, at Me H. A
Aloazar'e tendecos, 3% O sie. Jone 24
—Im.
ror BAL’ —Ae m gag concent be
enure Bok intraie and fAxtures,
1a acwea and off} e farcitare of the
fast rhearmacy uo it fatelp esrried on by
U. 8, Adams at No, 27 Chartutte Screct
obliquely opposite the Evstera Market,
Port-of-Spaia Apply to; Michael Meme
Privh jae, Solicita-, 109 Wisen detect,
Vort-t-Spato—Fans 24th—i nm,

VWPlaGe FUR saLb.~Ua jot of
isni 100 x GOfeat, siturte mt 55,
Ortlos S reet, Wrodbruck, con'alning 1
feont room 1] feed x2) feat, and 2 bah
roowss feet x feet fa goal condiuon
No reasens bie ulf-r will berefuard, Aprly
fo W. STEDMAN ARCHER, 6%, Noutb.
Quay.—Jare 21—Im,
for SALE—Deleghuuily oof and
healihy tesidence an Matavel contals-
ing drawiug and diniog rovns, 4 Ledroome,
foot and back gulleries, sad ont othces
complete, QOoe minate’s walk from &t
Clarr terminus, Apply to W, F. Stod-
dart, at Messre, Stephens Ltd, June 2let
nm,
reer nner
TRINIDAD,
SALE FOR TUESDAY TBE 19TH DAY
JULY 1910,



pysuc DMUTICE is bereby given that €

Tn oxerowe of the power of sale coa-
ferred on morigegees by tha Conveysucio
ani) Law of Piperry Ordinance 1934 an:

tained fo cartaladeed uf mor gage hear.
irk dare the & b dav of November 1909 re-
piers | ia the cfilwe of tha Reyistrar
Atonecel of thie Islaod as number 3:17 for
tus Cumberbstch of the ove pet and
Joshos Thoms Mittens of the other pare
‘here will be put op for eals by public ance
tivn by the undersigned ab bie Avetion
Mast number 24 St Vincent bt eet. Porte

of hpsir,on Tucadsy tha 0 hdavef Jay | p.m,

1910, botween the hours of land 2 p.m

Alland Bloga'ar thet certela theoe or
parcel of bacd sitacie ia the W ord of Lavone
til'e inthe island of Tet ddd mevauring
Slty feeron Regent Strectans one had et
{ved ia depth (tog porttoa of -*Hete Kia
Earete”) aud abu uog oa the Northewert
ortbe sali Rezent Screeton the A uth
Eant on bas devt ove Chamlere ard os ihe
South-Wees oa andes of 016 lyase Aazastos
Batbwaite togesiber with the IGidin ze
aed appurts pat cee thoreto belonging,

Da od thie 17 bh day of Jare 1910

dq. . WANDRADE,
Anctloncer,

fecure Your Tickets

ERE ITS 100 LATB

EXCURSION

TO SAN FERNANDO

On Discovery Day 1910 — (1st Ang.)

A falro, tuncly of cguetin
the OW Rireeed . @
Fare 60c.

Train leaves Port-ol-Spein at 6.0 a.m,
Ketara 8,45 pr, ane .

bointerbury Suleg Band wi't be fo at.
teadsace,

Dancing ete. on arrival of destiostlon,
Te Tiebotatorsneat MoCarthy's Dro
Priore, Kredertek 2 Woke Sue te, Be, s
Y Narper, 30 lube Seves ard Air U. BR,
Bacuore, 98 Frederick Stree’, Port-of-
Spain, ¢

a rnc SS

FOR SALE

CHEAP.



ABOUT THE FOOD YOU EAT| Building Lots

=~IN—

TUNAPUNA VIGLAQK

(82. JOUN 8 STREET )

Water Pipes on Labd.
ey by totter “MW” Gasette -July
-38.

J age Ht lo Now | aad 2 i

auddull..

Got it 3 Bawlin’s Drug Store

fog the lawn of cricket, bas beer igsued
by, the Marylebore Cricket Cab —

necreesry to ca') attention to otjections-
bie, if not iegal, actlon on the part of
hateameo, which the committee know
frm ibeir own observation, ond bear
from memters, is becoming a prastl e.

the ball fe within bia reach, kro ke ft

back to the bowler, although bis wicket

js in no danger, thereby, ia the opinion

of the committee, infringing the eprit of
we

M. ©. G'S Warning,

A CRICKET RULE THAT [S VERY OFTEN Ii

BROKEN,
Lhe followine ttportant notis, stfect.

The M,OC. commitiee consider it

After ploying the ta }, the hatemen, if

“This te usually done when the

wicket keeper is standing back, aad the
e-mmutee bave observet,
qneotly, eases fo which an eany rag ought
to have been made, The committee veu-
tore to suggest that this fa a had
tice, oud bepe

support them by
a

not is free

prec:
thet cricketers will

discontinuir g it.”





‘TRINIDAD.
SaLk FOR TURSDAY TILE 19TH DAY
OF JULY 1910.

pyBtic NOTICE is hereby given ibat
inexercise of the power of axle con-
ferred uboo Mortgace*s by ths Cooveyan>
elng aod Lawand Property Urdioauee No,
42and coutseined orimplied laa cerrain
Mem wend im of Mortgage nambered 134
dated the teeth dsy of July in the year
1909 and made by Rampersad fa favour of
Charlotte Murray there will ba pas up
for sala by whe undersigned “Et ther
Aaction Mart. No 12 SteVinsent S reet
in tbe town of Pat of-Spaln on Taoesia

the nineteanth daycf Ju'y 1910 between
the b ave of one aud two p.o.

Allthat peceor parcel ct land sitnate
te the Ward of Munzsoills conaloing nice
seces Le tne avme more or less delivested
to the diagrens atteehrd to the Crown
G aot registered Ja Vulame Cl. folio 45
and abutting on the North aad on the
Eaed upoo fends naw or iate’'y of tte
Crown, on the South apon a Road rereiva
6f y lioka wide and ¢n the West upon,
landa now or Jatery of Gop*e and ujon
fsuda now or lately of Parriag Doobay
together with the sppurtensgcss there.o
belonging.

Dateiat Port-of-Spsin ibis thirteenth
cay cf Janeinthe year of our Lond 1910,

F. J SCOTT & bON,
Govt. Auctioneers,



TRINIDAD, .
BALS FOR TUESDAY THE 19TH DAY
OF JULY 1910,

——_ a

pusLic NOTICE is herety given thet
in exerceeuf the power of sale con-
tafned in a corteia Memvrandom of Mur +
give Ny 145 deted tue 25h day of Feb-
ruary 1109 aud made by actovlo Motus
Gatvierree eometiw oe called Antavio

that yaar wot male beweenJucbus Auguy | Gatiorrce ia favcuc of Chailes Newalle,

there will be poe op fur sale Ly puble
sotion by tho undesignes at aber Auction
Mart No, 2 Seckvule airees, ia the Towo
¢f Porteuf-Bpsin, ov facsday the 19h dey
of Jay 1010 betwee the bourse of 1 bad 2

ALL those threa eevaral pieces of Isod
aituste in the Ward of Uropuucbe ia the
delsod of Tilobtad the Fuad thereof oom
prisogelgbbacies coo rod cescritel ap
the Crowo Grant emend in the Req
Pevy e t7 Regh-ter B ok at Vols CLXXIX
tole 407, anu bovodes on the Nar b
Crown sand on tbe Sith by ben Feruendd
eipsria Eria Ko d one banded thuba wide
ov ibs Eun. by Urown lend by a Reares
ard by Ban Morvends Siparie Erin Koa,
ove huaded finke wide and oa the Weet
by Crown land geitoved for by lwidee
Edmuod, THE SEVUND thereat o m
prewy eight acces ttree rods add thidy-
reveo perches ceeciled ty che Crown
Granteute eliothe asia Reglatrar Dok
at Volume CXL, fois 269, sud bourd &
ou the Narth ty Ciowa tard on tte » uh
by the doa Poimaudy Biv dipasda Fone
ove boodred Hoke wi evn (ha Enw by
tends pe itloved for by Levuce Edi nu
aod by San Fetpaodo Kriag siparia Riso
one hundred jinks wideand on the Wes
by Crowo Jand avg ty Jands perth we.
for by Gowiee, and THE THI4D thereat
O.mpriging sevea acres, two role aca
eighten perches deaciubed in the Crown
Grant coterad In the oid Ib g ser Boob
at Volume XCVIE folio O15, aud bouud-
«don tbe Norch by Crown leod sad by a»
sea.re Joty-tive Jinks wide aloog ariver
oathe South by laude pe.itioves for b
Louis A. Cotton and by @ road teactred
th ty tithe wide ond on the Kaas by Crown
Lacde by iceetve 50 litke wide slong a
tivee aod by = road seerrved SU iloke wide
sod on ibe Weev by Crown lands

acd by isndys petiilored fur by

Louie A. Cotton aid inter-ce od by a

iver wih = reserve forty-tive nobe wile

uuelber buk N.B, Tre pece oflang
above fretly disorited will be sold aub
jack lum ceteo ciber us moreovum of

ortguge Nu 63 dated ‘heb bday of Sep
teober 1007, a d made Ly the said Aw:
tonlo Molivs Ustiercesia fvour of L chan
atd Duvlum to recuse the peymeay of the
priveipal bum 07 Ove hucdsed ont twenty
hve dollesg with juteresd therpio, Aud
the since ci lord stove tbirdiy desorbed
will be odd vatject to a ceitela cibsr

Memeriadumn of atcrtgige Ne, E10 ded
theltih day of J.cesty 1907 sod made
by the eel4 Antoes: G aierre: is f.vuer of
Naliporead to sceure we peyardt of ine
ertes pal vam of Une buvdred aud sity

doliars wi B jateneat hee mn.

Dated this Bad day uf Jase 1010,
Louls UHN & GU,
Avthoonts
a





— ee

Weber's Alpno Toa

Popes tane 4. $108
Kuta ee 13

ury It aT

RAWLIN'S DRUG STURE

“TUESDAY JULY 19 1910 _
AGoodBargain on beasonable Terms.

¢ Pelle Eaa Road, Belmont, very fice
elitr. frutt tere etc. Price 2400,
Fe farther postlenlete apply ta No. 80
Doke 8 reet to J.

WARD PRICE & 60

Auctioneers, Valuers, Estate Agents | Hart Rallings for Pto. Colombls
oe









































4 land far pale, 2 lots of Sand
out peantifat dwelling bourse situ

Yours Harpre,-1¢

uATr]e.

Mari oo m
ale

ORL OF-SPAIN, B

Auction Sale,

PPPRESE will bs a Pabhe Loso Bele on
Fridey the 22d day of'Ja'y 1910 at
1pm. at theotve ofthe Tiioided Loan
Ury, No. 23 F ede-iek 8 reet of the fol
Jowlug Uuredectand articles t—
wn et et? 19u2,
a +1 60! 10
§ Juse 1903,
ag7¢—a allver araslets, t4 utlver bangles, 3 ail
ver collar,

ghana wi ver ankles
jo.a—t silver collar
3055 367 10 salver bang’es
3073-9 gold Leooctes, 8 gobd carripgs
g70y—s bilver Bycal, tsltver coilar, 2 silver
tbe
t nose reg °
M82 god chan, £ aliver wafcly
gesi—t miver collar
J8b5—16 miver bangles
3914~2 silver bangies
4lay—t aver co lar, sslver bangies
4185—1 m@ver chaia, 9 gold rings, a go'd licks,
3 ko'd tude
4305—1 gold ovck et
4299-1 wlver com necklet
4982-6 Biver baogles, a si ver chato,
ein heck'ets,
44488 gold nage
4458—a silver arnluts, 2 siscr oplier
4554 —2 gold rings
4998 —6 silver arwlets, 5 silver cod necklet
455979 ulver anklets
4600— 4 suver aruleis, § silver opin pocket
4754—a silver earrings, 2 silver artu‘es, 3 sd
yer collar
4757-08 gold necklet
47h0—-4 sliver aro ets
atat—i gold siog
4873—7 mivet baog’es old es
434971 Bilver chaio, § paw spectacles, &
gold bungees, 1 gold chain, 1 piece
Rold oeckiet
403-9 tilver bang’ ss old
sat gi aceet, & earrings, 1 go'd
set peck (Deeks) cold carripgs, Tg
$tag—t gold bangla -*"
S6ag—t adver catiar, a silver bangles
S'33-~1 gold bracelet .
Sto7—4 gold earrings ¢ goki cecklet
§149~—Guiver dangles
§arb—4 silver arnvets, 3 silver ema necks t
gaat—a gad oecklet
§aag—T suver collar
§225—a BW Rockers, 3 B,W, Chairs, 1 Coucb
usa 1a Bi wee oe gue
Spectal Contracts under Ordinance,
February 19.0,
eBosq— 2 gold tangles
atozc—a gold watch, 8 gold chalos
# ois gold bang e albert,
ubr07—3 guid waico and a! ees gold,
Gauver buckle se s
wbrgg—s gold cous rie g, 8 adver collars, a silver
enk ets, 2 silver bycal, ¢ allvet sibund..
16:78-—6 alver armicts, 4 siver bycal
102,6—4 pivet Cola pechiet B silver armlets, 2
buver collars
1D seg —94 bier bac gles, ¢ silver collar
s8jli—d 49.0 Chalp, & duo
183 2—3 xuld coins, ¢ gold nese ring, 4 silver
aro ets
18369 —a si ver coin neck'ets
144 gs gold mod ebay, 2 gid cbain, 4 gold
fh g8, 0 Goud pencil case, 6 gold studs,
U guid pia, a gold boks
18459—3 gad bangle
tbqgg—~—e gold bangs
3873 +3 Giver bavgies, ¢ silver watch & chala,
a Gold necket, § golds chan, 3 gold
Drove es, 30 gold earrings, & gol nogy,
806-6 yond wnceet, gold necklen
a =$ yoid (avce'st, 1g hee! aa
Waker, adiameod niogs ver
(B882—8 Zoid earrings
Syst 43 goia cutus
609 Q—-0 Gs mond cross
tyoal—2 gud cacgks, 1 gold muff chai
1goed— 1 god welca wod wulf chase
+Qusi—8 Yuid tings 4 god mull chan
19037 —~ 6 yo.d waich aud chain

sever

by qa gold cola neck et .
Cygg~s gold ceckict mud brace’et (brcken)
yay a Rud chee

49470 —5 Liam oud ring,

saris peng Inieest us to the
can Dave lotls lust teocwed,

TS
TRINIDAD,

SALE FOK TUESDAY THE 19:
Ot JULY ive th DAY

UBLIO NOMICE asherehy given that
ju oxesciee cl be Puser of Sale con-
Sorted ou Mortgagees by the Conveyanciog
U) dicauoe Nu 74 ona osntaiwed sa two
Certain Deeds of DM srtyoge, the fret therce
i deted Yhe Zos dey ul Veorwtes
(relwered as hu zils 1903) aud made
tween Ko e@ Ag ene Espiues of ¢
re and Joba Willteus 4 ts, Mee
Epateud the peound tbereut dat
tbe lon dey of Anguer 1V0s (-ogiotered a
Na ¥250 of 1004) sud made velecen the
satd Kose Aureliv Esploos of the deat part,
Marte Kose Arbert of the second poe ‘and.
Joan Wilen aicUathy ofthe turd part
cherewil oe pat op tue Bele by Publie
Acction by the Goveslgocd, at thir
Ave toa hers No, Tsacsedepine sdaihe
IW hiday of diy dito Uacoeeg er ygtt®
a! w Y baw
Ete ar conan ihr eon
ANU SI'GULAR thet ce
tel of Lind forwery kuows 6: none
“0 Gaavvl le but aoe koowu se No Pal
Msi Bose. de tbe Towa uf Pa tol Bosin,
Mellocated ard described Ia a Play aft
s te o Used vt deose untea the ba us ot
woe b85 (regiatered wo NG, 1608 of 1835)
O8s eee Coleren Menuet Porsaus of bg
Use gat 004 Hermans Leed of be Ouber
Pace deivg (be feud bud Luterect for Fony
fate wigloclly veued io the said Ha
wea Lois by the wi) Ueu cf Lease bus
Ot poeqoua vend te the wad dae Huse
Anvors wlee the buthi ga be cow
D sted vie 16 by day of bane osu
LUUIS JUGN aly

Avoliva re












MSP een,

“CLYDE” w«

ATRATO” ..

McC otby of Ube | ectrance on

DAILY

Aext Sallirge to Rarape, ay

ee ow Sth Aaa
GUS" stan 7 7 Hod Anes

LEN, ee +
BADEN AT | and October

an 17th Ootober
4 a $le8 Oote,
ww» 28th Nove.



#7aGuer ..
« MAGDALENA”

Carthagens, Colon, Jamaica &

How Yorg. .
AGUS. 6. wwe 20th Taal
*“ORUBA® ve ame ots St Asigut
The above steamers will work io strict
qtantine ob this port,

Excursions to fngland
IN 1910,

—

SPECIAL REDUCTION
UF FIRST CLASS FARES.

RETURN FARE FKOW TRINIDAD TO
SOUTHAMPTUN £22,

Tires Clase Return Tickets ot the above
abiractive rates will be issued 1a con:
pertioa with the Compapy’e Mat:
pheamers Seaving Triaidad on the fol-



wing dates only 3
78th August 1910 | loth Septr, 1910
dind Avguet 4 3nd Getober a

bth Seper, 4, § Lith Octoher yy
Slot October 1910,
l4hNoventer
28.b November .,

Theas Tickers will only be avatlable lor
the setarn journey from Eogland by any
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RENO, Nev. July 4.—Following ts ) got busy with his eye, but Jeffries as- | with aright on the shoulder, Johnaon | world fs really eager to getin the ring

a description of the fiyht by rounds: sured therm that it wae 0. K., and they | sent in three lefts to the face in quick | with hin, Alias usual COBLP








































































ROUND ONE, oaly spon hie face. Johnson's] succession and then uppercut to the | Jim Jeffries willleave for hia home a
At 245 Po OM, they cameup. Jeff round, Bes face, Jeffries eeemed heed and slow |i Southern Californis in bis special JOSEPH GON2 LN
tod Sobeon ave: grounds dobnesn | Jetfcies walked sight ib 1 ee ee ete ome Lee cane’ his {emule of tbe bait he, ies probably SS
ve t Jobnson yave groun hbneaon elfries walked right in, but be @ } aod took all the blows at came is
. | led 2 ssteaiebt eft and. land. | had a chance Jack Jed with, vigteead way. Jack stood back and awang a4 { $100,000 nietee aod the damage tobi TRINIDAD:
@ | cd on Jeffs face. They were cautious [ left and missed, Jetfeeye was badly | left tothe face, then caltuy clinched, | body and the humiliation to his epi! ae
3

and chncheds Jobnson shoved Jeif | swollen, and he rubbed it wit!

Jetfrves continued to come io apite | willbe healed in tiwe. Every train
an ay. vet hooked a Jef, vo the neck | hie = glove, Ile = feinted — atout, t
in

of the puosisbment The round was all |eastand weat ia crowded to its full-
Johuson Jeffries's eye waa alinoat jest panacity with feople eager to
closed. “Cover up,” sald Corbett be | reach their homes. Most of the prize
tween the rounds ; " you will get him, '|riog celebritres have departed, and
ROUND FOURTEEN, Reno as a capital of the sport world
Jeffries walked straight into a, left | has shrunk to ite normal.
and they bung on bo each other. Jack The talk aniong the sporting au
tanped the tag fellow on the face twice |thonties who still remain bere deals
and blocked Jelfiies’s attempt at close | with the amazing superiority of
fighting. Shambling forward, JeiYries | Johnson in Tester lsy'e battle. It fe
wok three straight lefts to the face|agreed that Johnson could bave put
and gotin aleft.to the face lightly | bieman out much sooner and it is
© low you feels Jim!” said Jack as|saidthathe wished to giyetho wor
they st chucbed ; * How you Nke{iog pieture films a propee length.
em?’ Jeffries was sober and made no| Stories are toldof attaches of Jef-
response, He walked into three lefts |fres'camp who bad hedged at the
in guick succession “They don'thurt,’ | last moment, being dissatisfied with
ead Jeffries. “Ill give you some/their man's condition Jand temper,
more of them now,” said Jobnenn asfand placed betson Johnson, Je
he proceeded to send in two lefts to] went tothe baths thie mornings He
the face. kept away fromthe few visitore who
RULND FIFTEEN travelled out to the springs and did
When the men faced each other it} not care to make any alditional
was plain to all that Jeifnes was jn|statement. He has talked fittle of
distress, [lis face was puffed and] the fight since he was brought back to
bleeding from the punishing lefts and |chia cottage, 4 beaten, bruised,
tights be had received, and his move | brooding figure.
inents were languid He shambled| Ashe walked around his house thie
after the elusive negro. sometimes | morning, his stride seemed noticeably
croucblog low with his left band stuck | unsteady, and his big head hung
outin front, aad sometimes standing | down on bis breast,
erect. Stoo ping ot erect, he was a/ The swelling around hie right eye
mack for Johoson's accurately driven| was very evident, and there were
Diows Johoson siinply waited for the|qumerous slight bruises aud contu-
big white wan bo come in and chopped | #004 around bis nose aod mouth, but
bis face to precea, They came into al bia face showed little discoloration,
chach after a feeble attempt by Jeff-]the work of the rubbers and trainers
ries to land a left haod blow on the | baving gone far toward removing’the
body, and aa they broke away, John-| sgneot defeat,
son shot his left and right to the jaw JOHNGOT AECELVED $120,600,
tn. a flash, Jeffries Haggered back] Jack Johnson was $15),0W richer
agalnet the ropes His defensive | when Jim Jeffries went down for the

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and he clinch sent a righttothe fand tried to draw Johnson

+ Johnson reaponded with alight | ov, but the negro decliced to
tap and they stood breast to breast try- | come in Jetfries stepped In with a
tog for blows, Agthey broke Jeifeent | left forthe body, but missed it, and
aleftto Johnsons neck, Johnson res- | took a left on the bead. Jeffries hooked
pended with a left and they contioued | a leit to Che head, and Johnson laugh:
to etand breast to breast trying for fred loudly. Johnaon sent in lefta to
short Inside blows, As they broke Jeff | the face twige at close range. Jeffries
eenta leftto Johnvon’s neck and the | butted big way inton clinch, but failed
segro stepped in, but missed. Time. f to land He drew Jack's lead, and
‘The gong rang when they were | shot a left to the face. Jack's lips
clinched, The iighting was tame and ] bled. In a close quarter mix Jack sent
they, turned to theie corners; Jeff | hu left to the face twice and Jims lip
looked back over the shoulder and Ved. This round was somewhat fa
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ROUND TWO.

Jelf asaumed bis crouch but missed
his first attempt. Jack forced the pace
and Jeifries stepped nimbly away
Jack sent aleft to Jetfriesq face, and
astbey clinched rip; ina hard up-
pereut to Jeffs chin, They held to-
gether and were willing to give each
other any chance. Jetfrlea sent a right.
to the ribs and took aleft on the face at
clone quarters, Jeifries crouched and
waited for Johnson, but he was not
willing. They came together without
a blow and Jobnson tried his uppercut,
but missed. JetTries put hie right on
Jack's shoulders and pusbed him about;
when they broke Jack shot his left
hard to Jeffries’s face and tried bie up-
percut, but Fuiseed it again. There
was a lot of wheathing and not much
Tighting, - The gong rang without a
good blow having been struck.

ROUND THREE
“Take it easy, Jeff". sad Coibett sa
they walkedtothecentre, Jeff smiled
and led for the head witha left, but
miseed = Johneon hooked a stiifleft to

ROLND EIGHT,

“Come on, Jetf," said Jack as they
fared each ovher. Jeffries cane on and
fet a left in the face, He missed Jack s
body with aleft and got two lefts ou
theface ‘Hello, Jimmy,’ said Jack
to Corbett, as he Ieaned on Jeffries
“did you see that one?” Come on,
break,” said Jetfries, as Jack beld laa

foves, Jetfiies missed twice with his
eft, and tooku léftinthe face. Jef.
{riew shoved Jack about with ease, and
the Rong found them locked, John-
son's blows upto now had been snappter
and cleaner, byt nuteide of a bruised
eye Jeffries was not hurt,

ROUND NINE,

Jeifiies stoot up and walked
futa a lefttotbachest, © Make bm
fight, Jim,” yelled Corbett. Never
mind, just wait,” responded Johason
Jonson walked in and tried a left for
the head, Jeffries got jamds of it and
put his head against Jack's chest and
shoved the black fellow back to the
ropea, Jack took it all cally and
seemed to be waiting the opportunity

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\ ' power seemed tz desert hlta in an {n-}last time in yesterday's figh
yy \ M li R \ rT ' ’ the body and right to the bead, but Ffora lead, Jeffries walked into two | stant. Johoson dashed at him like a | took 60 percent of the BlOLON pure i

a 4 Ab neither blow was hard They shoved [eft jabs to the fxce that did no] Uger. Arain of jefts and rights de | which amounted to $60 000 a bonus of q, Ww TOMLIN,

and posbed each otber about the ring | damage, llvered at close quarters seat Jeffries | $10,000 and he sold his picture {oterest Aching Guneral Nout
: 1 5 Jeff hooked a left to the body and got ROUND TKN, reeling blindly. Another series of | for %Â¥) 00U,
Onu ar. 000 12 (ar XCUrsion uader Jonson's right. Jeif ataod breast They came up slogly. Jack shot aj short suappy punches and the big| Jeffries took a fortune out of the Port-of-Spain

ta breast and they held and shoved | left to the face, Lut Jelfries brushed it | white giant went down for the first|defeat at Jobnect’s hands. Ile re: ‘4th July, 1910.
about the ring, Jobnson vent two left. | away and respoaded with aleft to the | time in hiering career, Mefell under| ceived 40 per cent of the purse on

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jubs to the fare and tried his right for
tha chin, but miesed the latter. Jeff
siniled at the left blowa and continued
to borein, Itwassinplya wreetting
bout thus far. Jeff kept watking on
calmly, but inlased'a eft body blow,
Jack blocking them perfectly, The
gong found thea ina clinch. “Jeff did
not seem to breathe hard, but Juhneon
appeared nervous as be was rubbed
own.

the top rope, over the lower] auounting to $10,490, tha bonus
one and onto the overhang of the | 810.00, and he sold bis picture "ine
platforms Mesting on ble haunches andj terests for $36,068, maklug ble total
right elbow Jeifries looked around In a{ 4117.00, The owsera of the picture
Uazed way and got upat the countof} Alms are calculating oa a million
nine, \ ile he ‘yaa down Johnson dollars profit.

a almost over him until Rickard PROMOTERS CLEAR $3

waved him back, He stood ready to] Reno, Nev, July Bel itis alt
strike, aad when Jeffriea arose from | over and I feel happy to~lay,“ was Tex
bis kaeen he dashed in agalo, Jeffries f Rickard's reeling to the newapaper
reeled abuut and tried to clinch, but | men when he came down to breakfast,
Johnson eluded him, and as the old" It went throu b without « bitch and
chsmpion swung around ta the south | #e bold the world’s record for attend:
sidé of the ring be jolted him twice on | aoce, purse and receipta.

the jaw. Jeffries sank to hie koees,| " i dont know how much'money we



body. Jack agaln wissed a lightuin
right for the jaw and ther hauled
about the ringin achnch Jeffries put
bis shoulder against Johuson's body
andsboved Bim back, and in eluse
range Johnson sep} a left uppercut to
the mouth, and ah they broke missed a
right for the jaw. Jeffries got under
a left Jead aod seemed to want to wear
Jack out by weariag down bie right
aodeborving him about. Jetfiles took
two lefts on the face when they broke,
He stepped in quickly and shot a left
tothe body justas tbe gong rang.
Jetfries appeared to be fresh as he

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. ROUND FUCHTH,
Jeff took hie crouehing postion
agalo and walkedin. He missed and
they oarme together in a lock Joba







s which will be served on the cars * en toyage” son tried his right for the chin, but} waited the gong and watched Jack, | weak and tlred, but got u ii took in, 1 Hall~14/6/10—1a,
nothing , ve 1 yage luiswed, and they began an exchange | Johoson also wae fresh, but appeared | the count of nine, if was! then that counting ite tut tT hgeee we wit eee
Tacicets to be ad only wut of tale, ae he ‘dont yea eon sane ae be fevwoed across the Jelfries's friends began to oall bo Rick- | $140.000- on the gate receipts besides a
, c r stop the fig our interest lathe pictures, The:
oon ae Jeff forced him back and they ROUNN ELVEN “Stop it, stop it!" they shouted | 2).000 persons in ti ihe soate ante to
6 3 came toacliuch, Jel? put a Jeft to the They walked up carefully, Jeif, from all sud “ Don’ t Scopes othe wrens The seat.
TH E Mi E R RY WI D Ow face and started the blood from Jobn- floally, trying bis lett, only to find tt knocked outt? vmt beb him be Alf Ubelseate were anit ete over, 19.000, ee
son's bp. The crowd yelled, “Firat | blocked, “Ile took alefton the face Ruckard gave so heed to theve ap- [ four buodred, possiblejmore ofthe. 3)
Dieod for Jett. “Pat Johnson suoited, As Ghree tmes, bat punted and talked to | peals Jetfries was helpless now, and| and $40 places, Wut there weree PAwiny RESIDENOESIs
’ | pe waked in John nah ta soappy ack in theelinch. Shey broke away | ashe staggered to hie feet the negro | couple of ‘thousand standing around with sewerage fnstlled,

and Johheon sent asut left uppercut
ta Lhe face and a right+to the 4 iy. ite
kept Jetfries bobbin



choch, Jeif sent a left to-dack's face Also bo be invested

was weiting for biu, A left, a right the upper rim of the arens, sol am
and sent Jobnsou to the ropes with

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his head. fall blows, f.
fess ienaie, but Q | lane tag une atPcaye [anaes pes rene daa fr[ ete dia ro = Whe soonest alert
" e e face inqu succemst . . . "
neally ducked and the round ended. ced otaey eae over the lower supe Fat tag alt eT the pierectt Held & aizth interest in Opporite Gears

fies appeared tied, They shoved
about, Jerttes with ie bead on Jack a
shoulder, and when they finally broke
Jack hooked bls left bard tothe nose
The blood flowed from Jeffries lips and
hose, Ife appesréd slow compared
with Jack ssnappy Liqws, Just before
the oall of tine Jeifrles rushed in aod
senta Jelt aad tight tothe body, but
Jack was fing away and was not
hurt, Deeldedly Johnson's round,
HOUND CW KEYE,

Jun walked forward, waltiog fora
chants to get inside the negro’s im
pregaab e defepce, Jack simply walted

Jefe round,
HOUND FINE

Jeff walked etanght out to Jack and
tijed to land bialeft| They bothepare
ed carefully and Jet? « left for tbe body
was Liorkad. lo the olineh that fol.
lowed Jet? shoved Jack back easily.
Whea they broke Jack’ swulg bis left
(or the budy, but mulssed. Jolson shot
anuppercut aod cut Jeffs lip slightly.
Avthey broke Jack landed a left to the
faz and Jelf came right bark witha
eft ou the body. Juhason bell Jeif «
armeas they broke. Jack agala tried

I banging half out. {the picture, W.
side the ring. The timekrenee rateed iefore the ight Spader
tnd lowered hs ara, tolling olf the fii katd took acheok for the ammount
f a

ee araen soins of Jetfries's erode around, sont (pooket and handed 11
E foot inside the ropes and Hickard | ' As iteta 7
fraiked betweeo the fallen man and nor Jeffries wane Tlaterae iar tee
i oy nero champion, Placing hla} pletures. Jeffries sold his third for
hand on Johosva’e shoulder bedeclar. | $90,0U), aod Jobnson got $50,000 fo:
m the wiguer, While Jeffrica| i I don't want to fook back over








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to uppercut, Ile tuiesed, but stuog | and then drew back ur hooked s left to Wm,

Ji ffon the face with a left. * Gora, [the face “Toought hed Face ded Jottriee, ies a)
Jet shouted Corbett. ‘That left ie] were yolugto hare us wid Sack Ta Jaw {aot other wise specified) . 3 MAGISTAATE'S APPRALA, 2 6=Im a
ajoke” Jeffries ote 10 aud shot a | to Corbett. Jeftries said nothlog in | Neck 1. oo * 00 ee eer

Sealy v Gooding, Dottson v Bln.

the olinohes, but shoved and butted ia
uoull bis teeted on the black
aus shouller aad then tried to rip io
y blows, They were blocked aluiost
fore they wore started, however, and
then egro's bozlogdrew sebeer fromthe
orwod Jetfries furced hie way lato close
quarters, but got aleft on the eore cose
for his reward. Aflis nose bled freely and

straight left w Jack's head gud the
ceowd cheered. Phe gong found thew
tu aclioch, The pace was slow upto
thictime, without damage to either
uiea

Nouth .,.
Chia

Check (not Otbar eine specified)

; SINGUINESU ‘Ba
Provision: Coooall
i nce
COMMISSION MER
No. 4 Henry stray

EEE
Salc At Auction,
FRIDAY, no JULY i010

No. 14 81. VINUENT SYREET.

ROUND ary,
Agalu Jeffries crouchal They stepp-

ed aroundesch other. Johooa Raally

teuding in two stiff lefts to the face.



aE! pn oSsccce.

Ove of them cut Jeffs cheek w bit. (4* be turued Ww take his seatatthe | Grand Total - NDER Inetructows reoel red hh ST
‘ & Ageln they Jolled in each other's ew | GvUe he epat oul a mass of Tota) Lette "derwiguad will of » the an
| As Supplied, to the Government |i mba wiimy Sita | shisctiat faxuen stunner |S Ht, sretianamelt Foire tel Concé
’ - : tales,
and Town Board, body . ni took « loft 28 ths chest in re- sala confidence’ as ine bt ‘ogressed. | — Chup a tit A OY, Teeter ‘A A Gr and on a
ciclioch, bt etnies ealinty obeted | fare, deites ae re afore, a | the ‘sureties, dualidee” of Cmetieg | Nisan, Preses, Ghuns of Draven Bei st or Sooseh
—BY-- VGumand waded ine fe alcod Tack witout» blow, Wheo they broke | properties cpyitgtne cheapest of all feotee deen eg teds Ira bedataats, | Weatawito 6o ,

. is be

OMNES off 05 1 AURSDAY, S40,

Thk at ihe baer prey et ete
da:

mah Agency Soe the Baley |

tons Wartese .
para found ee the public. It] sppeat, me Mew Ge, ond’ sandrieg as will

with a'eft and touk a left and right jJabue vo sets left to the body end a &
frum coast to ALE AT 1
Gountey worchanta beep it for asic, Rll{ THEA Mrnetly Coad, PM

‘ S head J7 tgp shota leff tof PRD’ uppercut wucbed the chio,
p ALS 0) N a C0 Setiices face uid vhwed Priel slab jamie seek attt be Gubuted Corbit,
| . . es 102 forced : .
e a eye. we sawed Lwo sights Jeffs ‘Then be Louk two. lefte asda “gut beg seaily urable extremely KOU. MCUTT @ SUN,
Be
YW

L ” Wwlon the gong ran, nuoderste
GOMGRNMENT CONTRAUTORS. When de in Lun i ost ls wees uppercut W Uke face, Heading bum without s bu te be Nel a Vscomat sarang’ Avvtioneats,
: v



sy foe maderaia oud ie Coat
beygta athy

will be ruerhed av gormell EguryT a!
Jddy—dw, id

“



___ SUPPLEMENT sTO THE PORT-OF-SPAIN GAZETTE TUESDAY JULY 19 1913

oF fhe Committees fen the . lution | that wa should reeord our appreciation
}. aga lin, the following pspere in whicd Lat the mosd eatlfactory reauits of | |!
\ . bad been clrenlated Queen's Royal College— f
Ave Peete of the Committee ap Me. Burslem) hem left bin scat and |

BHUNSWICK GROCERY,



REVOLVER STOUT
























































































































































- eet Arild baie aaa ied whlapered somet bing ta Dr Tawrence ee >

s bea! Gis “a ro aes . re wren ebou are oa —_ - 1 . > n .
WB\ HAVE NOW_ON WAND A COMPLETE AS~| Gave fot tbe aiiition ts ts rc | gently re hla ce sr Yes—Then Call MermnaeMce fms
” SORTMENT OF Selon of Hocondary ‘Hlartclea_ for | {rat year showed excellently ethertrive. ALL FRESH AND NIGB, nf mace

1 therefore suggest a record of ap
prrciation of the work accomplished
y the colleges In the cause of second-

rte; held {nthe Couret Chimber at
6

ft « 1am, on Batards Sth J y
White Pine _Lumber,|!” 7 EN eee

Prise:

Clasgow Steamor .

De ones Cratm and GOUDA We,

God Qranty UOUDA CHEEME.. 2c.
SALT NAUSAUKS ve Bho per Ih

THE BONANZA

education, Thies was agreed ta.



HUBBUCK’S WHITE ZINO, the Necondery Edunation of gitls, were of IN TRINIOAD.

«piston that the reference to them related GRAPE NUTS, PLASMON OATs.
Bon

CLEANED CURRANTS 16c pkae

dy SULTANAS =. 130 de.

SEEDED RAISINS Bde co,

CHUL EK LAYER RAISINS — Ibe des

Looss MLSUATLL da 2. 18a O

NT t
L A. Wharton, K, C, Chairma
PITCH PI NE LUMBER, Very. Rev. ¥r, 38 Neviite, bee A replies to letters mpd ioe. foror FERRI! HAMS - 2a per dh, Boll by every Dealer snro:
. Lyurevee, Hon, H. A. A’cazer, K. U, | Clerk of the College Couuell, and buy for 15¢ per Ib, RINGILANS, VIC NIG ao, 160 perth, wae Oclouy - aaace
ized Sheets & idvi W, Batslom Esq, (2.) From Me. G. Bewome advision HUATEWS YORK CUfda 350 pn Ib, -. =
Galvanize ets Ridging. The papere barlog been clrea'ated | the Council of bis Intention to study ' WARRANTED,
oe ai Mit Ghncued ctauee tts | Matenenloementetcaa| TATE BEST CORFRB| Pats. cuat ratte |, :
1 COOOA HOUSE RAILS AND WHEELS Beoretary cl Bate bad decking ther asking that bis Scholarship be made u ' Orvenam of ot ERE,
As . . pre yable at therate of £12) per annum heonat wWholesom
ENGLIFH PORTLAND CEMENT, visiod was made ao the Ordinance for 5 sSheedaded whe 2A

bs I ; °C Psimilar letters from Mr, 0. V. AND Xaa-wdgroaraod@aage

Boland to etudy Medicine at London
Llospital,

d Appreciated by all classes, trom
oy From Mr. F St Boland, exprees-

highest to ube

BOLD IN BARRBLS 7 dos, PING3
and 4 os QUABTS, each. 4

only to tbe atates and cflictency of the

=
Gen u i ne | | Ni Ss E E Dp oO i L. ae eeetiy with the reqaest made fo ng, hie intention to atudy Law at the

. Mee, Miilea's tettercf Qh Jan, 1909, dle Temple, London, and desiring
. And are momently expecting he Application of the High Schoat for [bis exhibition payable £200 yearly
Gira war allowed to atand over, for 3 yeare
With respect to the Application of the Agreed to,

ie. Bletere of S; Joseph, the Committee after NEW RU ES
£3 CARGOES OF LUMBER. \rrites ent totes eeamenin

1 The new rules for the governance of
eppolated b the College of Preceptors |

ITs -

COLONRIBIAN.

Smith Bros, & Co,
DE SILVA'S



Canned. Poare, Peaches, Apttoots,

Apples--(Royat Scarlet, Ribbon
Brand.)
CHAMBERLAIN & ROWE-5 Ib tles

Pure J.
SWIP¥S 8 Ib tios—Porae LAKD—Silver

theQ. 1.0 having recelved the Gov-
ernor's assent were approved by the
Council.
THE GOVERNOR'S THANKS,
lls Kxcellency thanked members

Every bottle nas corle
branded,



er and taklog isto acconat Mr, Darelem an

Â¥
. ; , 9
Hen will always be to your interest to_see] us before you | ‘fesitinetion were tecclennsty ugreed











































bese. thet BS Joseph's Conveot was a by for their kind attendance and adjourn- AND CAPSULE EMBUSSEL, $
gcse opal Galloges inte HB the Queen's odlthe m ecting sine d ied tt oe * | WITS 6 1h COMPOUND LARD, Seo that you get the ineart ;
" ’ r. Morton also than he Couno- . . enwine ari *
We offer the above as usual Cheap. The Coramitis were also unenimaua {0 | cit for passing hie resolutione and the FLNERA | lightly Oona UX TONGUES . 2tolb yonge eg rch
: scnrtogletanauionof thir ons mm | Gounel mee. wd Hugo dos eth You SALE By;

a . odation ia th G do, do, do, FEET w Laoib, 1
caty tgtheim, PO NEWBOLD & CO. | iiriaes'tonccomoead be esiitan Just Been Opened. ESTABLISHMENT, anna .,
swuly eum 4 of the Fouvect wib the Queen's Koyal —— BNGLISH DAIRY BUTTER

= | Coltege. Swans Linen Collars, 4 fold, all new —-0 -= Ub, Uns qae fee and nice—s2e tio ‘
F <% Having ag Roetsed the Chaleman to shapes Bior Sie, Waterman sole agent \ {
u tte ‘or thie town—. ‘
. report cccprdingly, the Commities bere for thle town—Advt 163, ABBRUROMBIR 87. MW. GOODING, Chacon St-—Tolevhone 190.° |
E ovis © HARTON, : u Bragewiek Fqnare, UNI Dab ~~
re moter - Josh Janaaty, 1910, TORONTO TELEPHONE 297, Spm ave 1010. +
. Keport of the Commlttes of the College Orr. LTO — <= =
K ‘ rx. AO EX A. QO = . Council appornted to consider the opphiese AUCTION SALE. Musical * Hall,
MOARS IG TES Eee SEE NATIONAL BYHIBYION cL aon =
tem, ett, for aff'lation tothe $ leon ,
SIGARS AND CIGARETTES |isiexe p'searee sty sade pee nate ERMAN ny
’ as _ 10, (be boure of Laod 2 p.m. J thathe ie ia reve ps of the’ f.
GOLD MEDALS of the bignat avarde wherever they hove oven | 7° ls Excelicacy the Proident, The AUGUST—SEPTEMBER, 19 COTTAGE kaowa as No, 2 Hemloe {QUATTRO Sen Tey jamous
Eitol The ooly OLGADS and CIGAMETIES awarded a vortificats of honour Commities held » meeting on tbe 15 b Place Bele Ew Koad, ag out Corer aed suet tenet hay,
jibe Zemblse Interaationsl Exhibition, 1891 which AN the mombers were. preeeut —_—- CO OA BEST * CECLO STRINGS, — VIOLIN BuWs
t ado's Cigua and Olguettes are for smckers of cultura and dircerula | faving rocard to the deo sion of ibe Bec: . eee et % Veney Guitar and" Violia loge, 6 a0.
mata, Unique in quality aud szoma, reury ef btate referred to in (2) of Minute SPECIAL EXHIBITIUN or TRINL | wo, 5¢ Fredene see ed, Baitth, & & 4 Kea Flute, sClarones Reeds, New
E The Workmacship and Blending of MAOHADOS O!GABS AND] Paper No. 1876, the Commitee were of Al DAD CACAY, fa all eteges from | “Ty h July 1010. 4 Seen £5) pL ANDULINES — Prices
canacd bs excelled of equalled, opivion ther the reference to them elated | prowth 10 manotactare will be made at the eo ee 3 sw) to 8 .0 Abe sa auormous
‘ol + {only to the queetlon of the effilfation of | xbove Exhibition, whea leis also provosed A - x ele oe 4 Ts AND SULBT
5 B. & J R MACHADO the ay plicaut echoole to the Qarea’s Royal fgg ditcibave cups of Trinidad Cacao, Viso. SAREE inne dandy
‘. * DA TROPIGAL Batablebe Col'eg . end was not iotended 10 raise the with a view ja erery way of, promoting -— § 4 the A trol R
’ u! Om ot cordar: ucstioa for 3 - t acads . a? .
Harboas Strect Jomaizs, in ny other pense. i ot in ‘ Uses. Cacia ween ' Fae ria oatacets de vestil's 3 : t oper emoved
tbe two applicativos 6 consilered, ‘ 2, > c ——
- = that of the Tiiidad High Sehool for Gicls | pyautersare invited to exbiUlt commer- [Ge Senwasy nds Kaulo Panacea & | PROFESSOR ALBERT WARNER,
P. was at ths request of the hesdmisiers | ogi samp'es in comp'tiviun fur the awards fig ay . £lor os As olozer aud Healer, aud agent
e al'ows? to stand over. . oflered av the Exbibitiun, and to eupply - * & ° we Rep Re . bes removed from No,
4 Jou See ot eed ne Elstere ef Sr any quantity cbey may be wililing to give G f . rs H all & apsiaira) being nore coarenicat forsee
4 Examines nyoa the yovuita obtained dar- for distriuation, batt rey r | a ' 4 ae aod floret frou woe of patente, Tf you
. ig the last few yeare by the pupi's of the d tnbatione —— . chrogic of incurs:
5 Cyarent a8 the examina toos POT the Colle att auch pane cues por Ae tay} TUESDAY, 26th JULY- ble complainiay soit ale requested to rome
PORT OF SPAIN TOWN BOARD | sessed 0 es [Sy ote, sor brian ae aw. raeeee eee sratet, ata tot orauans faa
bong, menier a have, gononal sooantawr, {Grand Goncert & Variety| DRAFT OXEN FOR [er.cestos ye ieceacly aunt
MENDMENT ORD1a ANCE 1910 tacatavet the scbosls musted ther One: Hon Socrtarys Noten Blieel, ‘Tart of dpuiae dave Sie
4 4 4 . ments ¢ @ schol watle: the 0 - C i e . ‘ . abe 23r
AMENDMENT ORDINANCE. 1 tit eu that the Comeat wan wall spgoite| ge, yucent ated [,, ENTERTAINMENT. SALE, =m,
ed for schosl purposes, For this resson ) “gen Jay 1910. NO I ‘
. the Committec did not avail thensetves of | — -— (In aid of the fet Trinidad Comp. —-y- r. Ck. .
REMOVAL OF BUILDINGS. |2,icka8 cost 8 010 i ipa On —
* usector te ina,ectthe prom ern, = * roa _ ope .
se The Committes are uneai fi - = WELL-TRAINID DRAFT OXEN,
; vs vdieCopnitionwe nasstecestareoom- 14740, Bl-cenlenary 1910, |. MEE folowing ions and Geatiowoe | J WWELUTRALNED DISET OSE Tacarigaa Local Road Board,
q tion to the Queen's Ropalt College ow or Tax Mra. Gedde! Gren, Ma. B, Le. | work, all in fine sonaition, also? pant _
; . . Todd, Me. Janes Taylor, ths Revd. | ox carts, wi sold at cost Pr celcr [ 1 N accordance with Soctton 64
“ ° lei January, 1910, Ob . . le 2 , : :
To All Ww hom ut May Concern, Ths diccuagoa. was keoordiogly porte SUN INSU ANC OFFICE, Race pe a! aod If’ Fuice, application to SAD I Subsection of Hoals Urdine 4
poned, Price. . . is ance No, , tha Auaoual blog A
HINDI TO REPLACE SPANISH. . O: RADCLIFFE CLARKE, wy :
TTENTION is directed to the provisions of Sections Stand 32 of the Porte? pon, sortonine fered Phito'ogis ‘Tha second part of the progamme will ‘At Bureke Estate biparia, | Won of tho above Board willba = 4

The Oldeat Fire Ofice in the World he ciren by * Claw Rol! tem”

(Fira appesracce in Trladsd) end will
cons t of Humorous acd p rasi g ileme of
all dcseriptione, by the fuliosiag well
kows Amiteorst=Lidy Mery Dutt,
Madema Nordica, Nedam isel oe Qrest-

held on Tuunspay, Juty 21ar,
(910, at the ‘Warden's Ofhcd
Tunapune, between the hours of
ILam. and @ p.m, for the purposa

ofSpsia Towa Board (Ameodment) Ordipaoce. Nw 14 of 1910, £8 7 og) soach moved the fullowing, Jaly 2—tm,

every person who fnteads to remove a Buildiog from the site wherron i } 1.) + hat ether the Hiadior the Urdu

de to give notice of such bis fatention to the Board not more than 14 daysaod Pignuaga beaccepted a8 an aliesnstive
than 9 daya before such removal. . . for Spsniweh fo Clasea IIL aod 1V io the
person who feils or omits to comply with this requirement is liable to & | Neparima Ccliege,”



Inpurances of almost

every description ot pre |

rz cy eltected $= agaion

oa a ina CO Damage by fire,

Notice.






qeuatty not exceeding TEN POUNDS. UL) "That the work ia Hindi the 1V st Current Kates. ea qu'il dit, Sir Juho Leuo sigeue K. ~. at filting the oats of 3wo mombors
8 Class be the meme st required é slemea- for debits Keuieaces, Krao, Cracker Jack, Hore Von Deemad, SAINT AN ns” guiog out of office, '
> = tery teachers fur id Caes Cortitiasts: _ ; | and lie Lauder oo mpaal a
Marking of Carts, aod for the Third Crass the work eq aired i \ ° wet Glass Wadows moiselle Sem qaiaver, ” Canaidates fur election mist
for Becond Crews O ruficave.’ O, ie atge RENT — Insurances wiva at least (7) sevon cloir days .
“Noen , © cena for xcuriog lo

Tickets 2- ard 1/ oach—To ba had at
Davicson & Tull nad Bie re Peinterte

[ooore open at 7.39 pu To commence
at 8 15 poo, precisey —say i7-lw,



aotica in writing to tho Chairmag

Pm’ The attention of Oxnore of Carts used ia the Towo of Port-of Spain ie dircc- |, Ha satel vat hs wes not ree ornible
betore the day of election.

eyes provisions of Section 34 of the Port-of Spain Towa Bourd (Atoendment) | for ths wardlg « (the mo 120 snd hs there | dematy for the Loss of Rest io case of Fire.
t

LOCAL ROAD BOARD,

fo @ propseed de'e fog the words italiciged | LOssES by Lightaing are muade good ty N accordance with Soction 64
" ,

ence No 14 0f 1910, under which theowner of every cart istoquued, uader | OT RP Me Tanga ga” He pointed | the Utter,






uty pot exceediog Forty Shillings to have hi d placaof busioess tr] on. - ‘ ‘ Y
pelted in legible letters not jen than ooe iach opon some cosapicuoas part oat that Urda was Sorgen ‘ tsngae.¢ Ke\ephone Ho. 170, AA, IIIA ornnEra Sub- ection 2 of Road! ‘ Ordin- J, LYNCH OCONNOR,
i Fight of off side of such cart, of upoo the offvide abaft thereof. od agai Hindi wasolder end betur adopd fr] yo. TTL paso Vito Ib AL * H ALL ance, No, 200 the Annual Election Chairman,

od after the lat August, 1910, proceedings will be imitituted against | local ae. There witbereaboucouaMc-| MILCEKS TOES, Lumited—Sub-Agent, * Tof theabove Board will ba held op 18th Jane, 1910, ,
ence fending against thia section of the Ordioance, homeban(who ap ke or wrote Urdu) to ten | Portolespus and anime, —<—9=— Thuralay, July zlat, 1910, at the | gs pT a 1

Hindus, The Hiodat used the Sepaciig] Le W. EONYUN & Co,--SubAgents, Sao J : R ‘4 Warden’ ‘Oh Sts "= botwe The L ortugucse Fete,

Ret f Oo hi characters ani in form Sto 6 months | Fercanda, UST ECEIVED ardes's Uffice, pn en es
urns 0 wners 2D. Hiadi could be teuy, tod an is we the hours of 11 am, and 6 pm. |, SHE Fortagowe Beod at the Boole 2
Gacy Pica bere osiy 10000 eas Dore for the purpose of filling tho seats | | Ganesoe wend nent tte Boyne S

remembered for a ling time by /most t
-poople who bad the mistortane to belbere, 4
oten arcoust of the masicy buglur the 4
sound waiting ibe fot, ana epeprliy for 4
he epciliow of theirs Hate, bbls and °
Urea = ‘Abin of course can ferly be
estdied by sending them @ once ta ‘
sLAMENS who io sympathy with the

tuderere, will oake a special pedaetivn ia +
he cust of c'euving of prassig a0 the cose

w The Altention of owners of rateable property in Port-of-9 paia is directed to the
dons of section 33 of the Fort-of-Spaic Town Board (Amendment) Ordinance, te fel theribe E Notlicc.
& 14 of 1910, sequiriog every auch owner, nodec a penalty not exceding TEN } #3 A wee ee att Judiane _—
OENDS to eecd ta to the Town Clerk and Treasurer not lator than the lat day of | oud lath aneke egueke conectiy. | FALE pab'ie le hereby not Ged that 1 du
be, 1910, a return according to the form prescribed inthe Ordinance. Ue woold eee eeciees eee Fpacdsb, bod bo'd myself reapmaible for any

of Retaros tosy be had st the Town Clerk's office on application. a “Goda asked whether the Ble appear ae ie tattatod by tay wife, Bad
Hon is directed to the fact tbat only ove propertycaa be returned 09 f ay gees poke Hindi or Uidut tection withens sty ject souee nd Po

Dr, Mortan teplied that they apoke | ist inven
fe

Yeaga orTimil, but thay cunly took up

WILLIAM GRELI, Hinoa evdid also the Bengals»,

of two members going gut of

A SHIPMENT
‘ ~OF-

LEECHES !
DIEGO MARTIN

Hiodi wee taughtia naurly alitbelrechouls
a

fice,

Vaudidates for eloction must
give at lorst sevon closr days’ notice
in weitiog to tho Ohairman before
the day of election.





Ha
indi bad BANUAM X A E, BOLAND ue
Ae y be, Don's put the the
Acting Tewn Clerk & Treasurer | Misy | dislect, | bat ae nt foe Mootesrret Ward Merk , Chairmen, | sie he seasua lor aulde/ 7 fer ted .
Mr. Burslem asked whether therewas] 1itb Jaly, 19 tw peod a smell suicane than baviog s
Wh July. 1910, any ous competent to apart that] ond iA Witness to Hack Local Road Board, June 24th, 1910 sham entirely epalleds
. agad DOO,
ee Dr, Morton - Yes, Dr, Coffla. ARK YoU BRESTED



VICTORIA INSTIIUTE, —— République Frangaise

Mr, Hous having seconded the Jat
I 1 "Hi BRS part of the motion, it was carried
‘the second part of the motion was



IN
tne N Orrico e. —
fe nertdeale with, Dr. Morton explain: | [VIE ful owing aul focea are taught at AVIS IMPUHIANT AUX
Hi ed that. De Coffin had suggested his the Lasti ure j= FRANGAIS. O I i
. (ur. Slorton ‘s) setting the ‘question and} Kugheh Conjonti , Shortbend. 7 Tyee DANGE with Bee ' ‘
’ ettip locally and con- | weitiug, Spaouh, , Bes , Nu hen 64 2 ou aT *

i ! : ucting the examinations as be did int Iawieg. ‘Devoane kug, An Neediowoikt b ctisceearties the Roed Orde LE Vieo Consul de Ereoce & I THEN BUY
f 1n] a em 8 the case of the teachers, It would be ] Clases daily. pases £00 the avoual election of the Trinidad informe lee ef oyeos fran
. more economical that way, and be- | Autisaxs (Lasse -Eoglich, Acithmetic, | shove Hoard will take plooa at the War- sie dea ncuvelles disporitiocs de Is Lo: '
F tc 5 eldes Jf the papers were prepared in aud Drewing, 09 Moadaye, Wedaee dens Office Mucurepo on ‘sangslee.
PSE 2 Leon Hefei icatieqicettoten 8 | cy dat gee aen tee ag ‘ ree tte tiaaetesnattantne | UUTIEIOS OL MDE LINDITE

: HORA - a)6 al an é* \.

Mr. Burvlena thought it would be | UxcitsrmaL Mecriav ST heredey eid ats THORSDAY THE Ast JOLY, 1910, Va ranger ent tee de trols mois th BY ‘
son arrisée dans le ps -BY=

a i;
ar better to have the Cambridge examin | Lirsuauy axv UesaTixe @Ectioy— ry
SPRA YIN G P U RP O SE S fra sompeteny exetnincrs Peedi Cures 8 crnee-Dauly, between tbe hours of Ul am. sod 6 = Uocertiticat doot Te erat vat de cisq
AND— bave the papers printed just aa cheap | Kzavixo axD Kecaration Rooms —Upen | Pete menters gure gut of «fice races est déliveé lore de Limimatrs
~ or cheaper Then locally. They could Couly, + seedidat 1 & Rtratlo ee | oalation qul est obligatoire et reaouven
TA printia any of the languages It was | Aduscavee to tbe beo.os are ties tal; Cao ae td tice te s ia tT able {ous lee deux som
D MA UR only neceavary, if Dr. Slorton thought | mewlereaid Arm ol ues oart seven wear “tt fore h 9 de CRE Lae catajecs fraodsle immatileuld,
’ that local conditions were so different, | ty sciipiiua. Acoatelen 2¢ per quarur, | ote Chalemin before the dey of fi gegscleroat d'ao tail réduit pour lee
to send over the text books used locally | Memters $3 autuaill;. tection, actea qui leur sersioot cécessalres, Par
—~FOR— to the Cambridgy examiners—with a} Tbe Lustitute ts open fiom 8 to 10m, eonter, cour qui ce seraient pas imos-
few belpa to set the questions, eid froma oo BG y.03 dally trlealéseeront obligés de payer pour la
‘ The motion wasagreed to,~the ex- dékvracce do cee actes un surteze

MANURAL PURPOSES. "citar ining ane
. a 2, ° . Les gltoyece Frangalse réaidant ne
ot cate Royal College, ee, eiaetpal Wife Notice. toeltemeat als Trinidad ont une dela de
Res ] : : reeulteof the Annua) Cambridge al = trole_ wele pour se comfermer aux du.
; ults will satisfy you, Kramiatlon December, 100 wast 7 BEG 10 NOTIFY Us pabis ibe wy poaltons qui p4sobleat ef se pourvot
gee lsidcnthe table, The three supcess. I wife Heorle.ts telt wy bovee without
i ful candidates for exhibitions are— ony ject cause aod T wil ot bs seyon

% s oe see Comstet da feiinicat
mreatrieuls Gul tha

WZ.A 7a nny 1st. Gf . OV Bol relied by wy wefe Maury Eogoats Latds,

VEACO2 UHR 1G i? 1 2ad, 0 Y Holead, and et

i Ay . ottne bor ary dobie soostamed by bet: ghe berteg lek my bees ewe priceuns | Portal Byele, 18 Jaliie, 1910.
Te hinidad Shipping and Trading Gey, Lintd “hiss. ia i say rope ™

ALEXAND
ures Fyeas oO ANUEL LUBLIN, La V. Consal de France.

J. D. HENRY.

The latest word on the
subject,

Price... one a06 $4.32

TO BS OBTAINED aT

The * Bonanza,
SMITH BROS, &LU,

clits etal ne amet at Rie and

H M. ILKS.
WIFE NoTIVE.

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Because any horse driver can master the Albion control alter cw
days’ tuition.

Ex: ausz they have m ‘re ox porience in the construction of commerorl
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Br: «tse their oxperimeatal work was.done yours ago~many tirms
sro pasting through that stago row,

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P ROCKEDINGS OF PARLIAMENT
“| Toterest in the pro-eedings of Parha-
ent bas fapsed with the resumption of
routioe busiores, and conbdence 10 the
veto conference is dwiodting. ‘Lhe Jead-
era are merely eeeking to out-marce 1tra
each other, and aa equal opportuaity
fe either party to giin w may as 10 the
House of L eds is apparently the ony
ponaible baste for a compromise. The
Unroniaty, however, are unprepared to
meke auch @ coaceesion even fot Tan
elor
» EMANCIPATION OF WOMEN
The Aotl bouftregettes beld a demoa
stration io Trafalgar Square oo Satur
diy, alto the soveral speakers b 10g the
ee Charles Mille, Me, W Pringie ant
Mr, John Hille, nemtere of Parhameot.
Lord Cromet's pamphlet, upon the deo
fers of the emancipation of women, 14
eing circalated 1a the West Eod, and
jas created a well orgenised imprestion
upon, the nation, alibough inferior to the
Sufragettes’ stronger oppomticn which
is neceasasy to prévent their opponents
from gaining beadw
NAVL EXPENDITURE.
After Mr. Asquith’s recent speech ia
the House of Commons duriag the
debate on Naval expenditare, ia which
be repeated bia desire to agree with
Germany upon the question of the limi-
tetion of armaments, Count Setternich
the Germain Ambssuder sought an
iuterview with bim,
GERMAN DEFICIT.
Adnoe trom Berha atate that the
J Government faced a deficit of 180 rotl-
Joon m rka whieh embarraxses Dr, Von
Betbwas Hollweg the Chancellor
throng the marked gaia io the wrength
the Bocialista aicce Tricce Vou
Bulow reigns
PANESE POLICY
Deapsiches feurm Toke» state thst
General Viecount Tiranchs bea started
for Korea to sesame Vircuet Sons
duties av Jopsnese rendent, tl taan-
nounced thet the Jatter’s policies aill be
unchinged except for tbe re-orgapiza-
tiopjof the Government that is anaeza-
tio vel be accumplivhed mutually af

The “doVenxon or HARBADOS

Narbadig, July 18 b.
Ric Gilbert Carter KC MG. with
Lady Carter Jefe here yesterday per-
at. ‘Teonyson” for New York boving
terminated bia tera cf service as Gov-
eenor of Barbados.



Death of Mr J. B. Carruthers.

We regret to aonaunce the dostb on
Ruodsy merping of Me. Juha [Dennett
Cersathers, FRG (Edin), FLS, late

Awistast Director of Agrioulture, Go-
veroment Bitanit and Sujernt-odeot

¢ pol the Royal Horenio Cirdese, after »

comparatively brief illness, wecessstatiog
the petformisg of a delicate of eration,
Born oo Jaousry 19cb 186y, 1a 1604 Me
Ceruthera held the position cf Demon-
atrator of Botsoy, Royal Veverioary
College, Great Britain , from Deo ‘9’

to Dec. '88 be was seat oo « apecial wl
e190 to duvewtigate cacan diseastin Cey-
lon, ia 190 he was SMyoologist aod
Asastant Dueetor of the joraaig Gar-
dea uf Cegloa , frou June 1903 to Mey
1003, be was Amistant Director of the
oyel Botaote Gardens ia Urylon, ia
Feby. 1005 be was appovnted Director of
Agricutture and Government Hotanist of
tha Malay States, Mra serutbers ar-
lwed here of Bept. Jet, tast year, to
take up his present postion, dole,
whch time he visited several porte 6
the colony. He bas left s widow
to moara her boas,

THE FUNERAL
took place yesterday mornlog to All

Salats Courch, Mere Usrrutbers (‘be
elle cf the decesed) following ‘The

at
Bickles = Anti- ‘Coneuraptlye, Byrup
peeds nu recommendation Toall who
are fauilise withis, ic treale tor itself,
Years of use in the treatment of oulds
and tougbe aod all atrrtons of the
throat bas unquestionably seta! Liisbed
ite place almuang the very beet
cines for such diseases, [f you ive te s
tried you will not regret [t. You will
pd ig 35 coats well luves





Rey Conca Hembera'ey ottciated 107 ~~ SUPREME COURE
aha Church, and concluded the rites at SUPREME COURT.

the grave, in the Laperyrouse Cemetery

where the 1oterment took place. (Before De ,B., Binckwont Wright,
The bearers were the Hins S. W Monday.

Koegas, (Pr Toskip Read, Hon: R 8. BAUAKRUPTCY,

Aucher’ Waroer, Major A. S. Bowen In the matter of J. Howard King

and Mossra, F. W. Uricb, and A. P
Short, and besides Captain HR. A Ark-
wright, AD.C, and Captain W.
Acton there alan followed Mr. Actiog
Justice Wright, Professor Carmody, Hoa
D. Slyae, Col. Johostone, Measre. T. A.
‘Thompsoo, A. E. Colleas, J Hy Uart, E
Caraoeia'o, JB Rorer, J Me Joray,
WG. Key, HE Feaeick, CH.
Wnhah’, Bien Witton, A. Devens,
Cc Ferldiog, Woo. ‘action, Alex:
Praver, P. aod L, Guppy, RA. Lewis,
F. G, Scott HH. Andie, J. Pinder, N.
E. Fond and the labourers emp toyed at
the Botante Station.

Panky .-This was a inotion by Mr,
HL Me Tea, a creditor, ta annul the
onder of adjudication, 1
t t appeared [n su
port of it, ate Wy, filsebe Wilson,
steucted by Mr, HE Hamel Smith, for
the Acting Official Receiver, against

“The motion, after some discussion,
was withdrawn with oats,

In the matter of P. Hen Sauiney
debtor ~The public examination of the
debtor wae resumed,

‘Mr, Thomas Motter, Actiog Official
Heceiver, conducted the exami
nation : Mr. P. Gantesune
for J, A. Farfan, creditor
Me, WwW. Havary for Geo. P. Huggins

& Coy., patitioning creditors: Me, C
HL. A’ Attale for de Lor,

The Actiug OMicial "Receiver cun-
cluded his examination of the debuor
whose cross-eramination has bvea
postponed to the 23th inet,

Amougst those who rect wreaths ana
silent testimony of esteem were His
Exolency the Governor Sie George
Le iuote K.C3L.G, Mise Fricker,
Mise Corder, Nias L Fenwick, Mra, W
M. Gordon MMe. acd Mrs. a. G Dell,
Mr, aod Sire. S Headerson, Mr. oni
Mra it. B Short, Profeasor Carm de,
Me and Mra. J. it, Lewis, The Staff ot
the Laboratory and St, Clair Station,





Trinidad Rifle fle Association.

The followin soores were made for
the Vice-Preat ident 's medal at Cocorite,

on Saturday Las!
Names, 20 GN 00 Ts.
Max Smith @2B wo
a) 810
ev W.N. Springer SL 8

Death of Mrs. Fitz-Patrick,

We regret to bare torecord the sad
death of Mis. Jessie McLed Firz-‘ ac
rick, wife of Sl-, George Fitz Pare ck,
Berrister at-Law, aud Presideat of the
Hast fodisa Nations} Asaociati c. The
deceased was bora at inveroesn Shire,
Scotland, and wasthe daughter of the
Ista Mr. Oonald McLeod, merchant of
Scotland, and was narned to Me. Foz
Patrick but a few moathe ago, only
areiviog in tbe colony duriog ths latter
portef February ‘ast’ While oo her way
out she contracted a cold and was treated

F, Lameden .
ha
beveral others fired but retired
owing to the failing Ught.

The followlog geutlemen have been
elec to mew rebips — Stevens M
Creig. Blache Willson, T. T. Wilson,
and U, Fielden.

Messrs, Qoodwille & Wilson, David
won & Todd, aod Mr, Jamee (ter) \Wil-
son have promised prizes for this
years Annual Uompetltion,



at Borbados by Dea Doun and Bowen.

Onb rarrieal bere she resided at Princes Hockey,

Town and afters short sey there, wae

removed ta San Feraands for a chaage, | ‘Weather permitting thera will be a
duciog which time she was attended by ( R*uie of Hockey atthe Queens Park

Oval thle atternoon. All players are

reques! tw turn up punctually,
The game will startatG o'clock or as
soon after as pussible,

Dea. Doyte and Rodraguez, but there
wera n0 sigas of Umprovemeat in spite
of all m dicat ekuland treatment of the
relatives and friends, e died on Sat-
urday oight at 830 The funeral took



taceon Sunday aod was largely at- :

lended. The following Riende” ant te ac- PRICES CURRENT,
isintanc 8 sent wreaths,— dire —

Achem, Mea Jae. Mababireiagh, bre New Yorn July 18.b,
Quctyoe, Mis B Acham, Mew J.D Flour, Blended Clears for West

David, Mire. Joga Grant. Mra Lachagpelle
Mus x Lilbebarry, Mrs. Rawle, Mra,
Mahsbir, aod Many, hers Toe bearers

Jae, N. Daniel, W. Me.

Indles per 545
Meal, Kiludried per barrel $4 3 ~BL3)
New pn’é Pork per bil No quoty

were — Mensrs, Meavy Maes Pork per bri. -
Kens, T, G-ddew Geant J. L David, | (Crystals per Qube, aan
Ble. Cooey pod Jas. Mahsbira ngh | Sugar Mdscor: 2 test LO01b 3a)
The followers locluded Messra J. U,
Lowi, LS LO, ie A Battie, G BIL Raglie Teland Molasee
rman, Ga, Martio, Jogs Grao tf. —
tt Bro, Le E Dey oi arrie Ler. cotter pilddling Up Upland
ragin, te, a0! shourie,
yh N stns00, 8. NV Nameoo L. D 8204 4oo- Hoban ea) da w York end 4s us
bab, W. Armoo rsa, L, 2 Achem, Le 4 Exchange New work ind
Lvogeb si'20, Pe N sso, HM osege London sight. = aR is
H, Boolmm, C 8 Carter, J: Coves N. Tok hy
Muogl, C. Stuawey i. A’ Sreaaoan, K Loxpon duly ih
Archibald, Peter Htamenoras Tham Adi-
moolab, Aboot Hawle, Pe Demerara ¢ Crystals
Frekeriog, a, stiwews nt fd, eon. T were to we 17-18 8
unaire, A. rag, ary.
A A fon wi: Par Itnashuese, pe perewty re tas 8
abir, 046! ar, ate
. Beasoen, A. A. B en, L.' E Sugae ene a Leet 88 % 6-0 ob ny

Murray, Mee Laytoo, ares Robina
po (2) Mree LD Acham, Miss B.
Acham, Mua U. Blaodio, Mee Sorimgour

teva, Sagar 003 Gibraltar
or Channel for onler Hoatiog

Miss Lilbsbarry, Mise Suogal, Sire | pemeara forins per ewe al al tty
Wioter, Misses Melotash, Mra. Boodeva, Trialda d Cocoa, G Moa.

Mee Neoisoo, Misses Oraot, (2) Slreses ing Ked per cwt wo,
Lechapelte, (2) Misses Jeavay .2) Mra R | Cotton, Nediam Fine Sep

Mammy, Mies Itarasoo, Mrs Abdoul, Mle | felanda at Liverpool Nom perlb Ly
P Moles, Mire Sburteod, Mra Mebabu, | Hank of Bngland rates of

Siasee Neiva, () apd pucovous others Digouunt unt vo ww 8 ree
the ev “y 08 srfor t

fioveal rites avtbe Rusioaebur Cunrea Three per cont Neates ~ ni

und Rev. JS. Wilsoa MA. lea at | purdtare'o au
sisted at the Cemetery. The moarncre Western (il : i
were Moser, G Pus fatrick (tusband. Londoo Ita
Coase. Fi a-Patrick, Red C Fits Pateret. | Onldetde 1-8 dleaauat tere

Missse Fits-Petrick, cs Me & Mre Mo wapo | divenyat to

Lyso, Miee Melyraa & Sf iatee Moles Geateal Potroeya med disoouat wpse

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- SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.
= ARRIVALS, ,
= Jnly 10th,
NortHLANDS, Urit stmr, Morris, 1,763

tone, B days, Buenos Atres, ballast
—(For bunker cval)~To Gordon,
Grant & Co,
San Jose. Ven boat, Neve, 7 tons, &
days, Margarite, ballast.
th,

finances, their averages,
bovany “ei, touualexatatony | Stlngar AGO a LAE” ut | GARAMACCA Tate ES, | barn

the eatablishme : sta? back bere from
establishment of cew and the | defendeot tut muet will five bim He Pare, a alos on 'Luesday

administrative appointaient ; its In- trespassing ‘on the lands of the gavern- : noninkligke Wee
+ | cumbent isin the position of supervisor | ment railway. Mer, Pizper appesred for ae digche Marldsenst
* of the whole cf the elementary achoole | the defendant, who be stid was pursulog New York—acauarito
ry . of the coleny, and bas to deal with | 8 deer apd in theexettement of the chars ow Service,
their their | he crossed the railway lines adjoraing trie Rovan Vora Mait-Aarsrs.
EX ‘

cloaing ot old schooda all over the colosy, | wos tined 10/- or seven days, # ll leave thse

the settlement of disputes and reporte: | CoNverina —Lance Corporal McNeit | the 20th July 1vl0 end Yorkstaking

and the management of the ectire | of the haibone Constabulary charged | same day direct for dew)
arrangements for the trainiog and exeu- } Alexander Lewis with cooveying 8 | CATg0 passengers aud male
a ination of elementary teachers, No | tnreene which were surpected to be stolen. Compagnie Generale
secondary education work comes with- | Complalnant sald he saw defendact past hee Transatlantigus
; :

. ia the dapti a the hatbour Police station with the *rehers 4 _
FOR FLAVOUR purview of bis doties at ell, And | the betboar Folie station with the) .GAERESe ¢ lzoraup & SON

we ask, io all seriousness, whether for =— AGENTS,
such duties a “traived and experienced bad beea abvat that parb of the wharf where T DOMINGUE —The Ereach Mail

SKOGLAND, Sweedish stoic, logvare
sen, }887 tous, Lidaya, Gulf Port, car-
o in transit (For banker coal) Tu
jordon, Grant and Co
Cynsoa, You schur, Gardia, 40 tons, t
day, Uristobal Colon, 1,443 bage
cocoa, 1sdry hidee and 1 passen-







‘ senior jaspector of many yadre standing | * Verve! wes dischargiog crockery he ans | SS uicamer Mt Dinu ingue”’ from |. kere +
6 CASES CHAMPAGNE "AND — [eis commacty rapedted aod koowe | Bitz tat tea tars pce the | Hurone pe Caaitoute, Mavtiotiee | Monn day. cnwetal Goa, # tl
x 3 . vy eke toate tbe jslend, a mao | croceery bad beea wolniag from she and pu Tau, is daa bere on of abuut 1 pag, 34 aes cooua, 13 hides, pieces
! oroug ay fait with every aspect |. 7 . ie July and will pr y :
(PINTS)—HENRY ECKEL & C9, TT BE TE J sel reelremsene ot school Silo fe Pack | Hee steea memarrented fe Fondant matt be | wards to Demerara, Surinam and | Ue ret me sivas Io tons, 10
‘ afar fitter man forthe poetof bead of | story ia Court snd was aupported by « Cayenne, takiog cargo, passengers and | re” Gelsabal. Colon, 20 baxs
the Education Departmentthan ascholar | witoest, The Magintiate seid the qace- N UADELOUPE The Freneh Mail | (90a, 2fsulted hides, and one passen-

Cases} .GUINNES'S STOUT (Pints). THERE 1S NOTHING TO POUCH and college master, possessed aa he msy | ton was shere he was poing 10 tuke Steamer “Guadeloupe | ie due

be of University di 6 in bl then, Wher seen by nomplainant be had .

Athesd Naaster ot ake Royal | ete passed the harbour Police Station aad he here from ~ eneanelan port van eed
. should that post becqwe vacant dariog | believed that be (at fondant) interded to ar rut t s oth u ly ane Gaadetoupe
‘ > Evariste Dupont & Go's Mr. Hancock's tenure of office there, make away with then Teen ym tnt Santauler, Hopdeaux pod Havee. take
. CASES SWISS GUIDE MILK He tbould weleume tbe appointment g and he was on cvnricticn fined £20 or 1x ing passengers, mails and cargo. __
PRODUCT, is io Iccal ways and requirements and month’ Lwpreonn oer Hart ed Konwnkijke W. Mad

FULL CREAM, experience; batit fo just the qualifications | Aifed Hat for assaulting her ead Amar - dienst
4 POPULAR FAVOURITE? that mani ensure bis puccese there dn Morelan for aiding acd abetiing hin, Tur RovaL Duro Maiu
which, in our opinion mark bin a | Mr, Jeffers sppesred for the oumplainaot RINS WILLE V.—The Datch Mail

4 ‘ tots r :
YCasessEvaporated Cream, ‘Canada Fivst? sora mverawuewe. | piles minted for the poet cf Ciel ae ee ner emnnted bed separek | £, leaner “Prine (Willem Vie due
from ber busband, Alfced Hart a shore} bere from Venezuelan porte on or

ger.

BANNOCKACORN, Erit eine, Pent, 3,155
tons, 1U days, Sidney, N.S, cargo
intransit, (for bunker coal) To Sted-
man Archer, .

Cirtas vt TORINO, Itahas etine Voge
2,782 Lous. 10 daya, Tengritfe, 127 tone

aneral cargo, and & paysengers —To
New Guloulal Co., Ltd,

Ocvmo, Brit stmr, Cotiin, 1172 tons, 20
hours, Batbsdos, 232 tons general
cargo aud iB passengeis—To Gor
don, Grant, Grant & Uo,

Pavoma, Venu boat, Valdez, 2 tons, 3
days, Soro, 10 bales balata gui, 4

“‘Gomyprneas” Besxd,





SS bowed that defendant who bad culy been * . . “ *
= | , thatebehauto give hm the $14 every LBANIAN.—THe 8.8. “ Albanian Doteh Maul
PORT OF BPAIN io complainant's employ as vervante 5% month to my the ordes ard Le mush put is due bere from La verpoal vis Bar | Paiva MACHIT#, Dutch sleamer, Van
TUESDAY, 101m JULY, 1910. els a are te bar e fom "Pe } ed with | ber ont. ventusly he keked ter tsnde | bados on or about Qed Inet, proceed: det Goot, 2,100 tun “ hours Deme-
J og) Tomeee Pee eae tea se | aed hens Arey, be Mapliaie oa | aferratin ere ae an ton t Ee a
orelau aR er tepguen litt'e too] Guayra, Pto. Ca > an “aiarao, AGEN ROPE, 0 ya ‘a ail.
THE CHIEF INSPECTOR OF eayitg thatebe bad Jove $10 The story | freely but be diecharged er while com taking cargo, passengers and miuile if Niw Masuary, Hdtis sloom Dicksun,

ee SS *
2002 BAGS BRAN: CITY POLICE COURT. | fuuregetad Salsa mubtesce | Arorardsty Pavatuarito, Harreand | Ms Some and fpsteentes
mae . day to questlun he came to (ba howe in | Atisterdam taking cargo, passeogert | Pragcpork. Mrit sloop, Clowden, 10
0 BOXES ’ ‘AYLOR'S BROWN SOAP,—56/203 GRELL & Co. Ltd _—~ Mord y. which they we to tive and ordered and maila tone, iday, Usarilacou, 25 goats, 2
w , “TOWER” BROWN SOAP—56/20s. —————— | Au mae mn rr or $10 1 tn fe hor ous aod bean nalling her ee; . Frederiok Loylind & fate fowls, I turkeys. and @ passen-
The Port-ef-Spatn Gazelle two Covi five doliar notes on the 1518 [fer Site’ “and on the vecood. ‘deleeds LEB 5 comers tie or ee ee eee Paraben, no
‘ ° fnetant at Belmont, Tbe general evidence f 4, Morelaowhs was there alo, said LamiteD Agevta, cargo, one pasernger. To loyal











&T. VINCENT BUILDING, SCHOOLS. wae the Tinga atters artiog: the semn plainaot and ber busband wore ordered to | quarantine permite, 2t tune, lday, Grenada, 15 packages
daly 13th, 1910, . Qar remarke of last Saturday on the She tarned te of the shop lesviog ire wince fr 2 menthe tbemea to wyrooste London Direct Lone Peaautgent soda, 1 cylinder and 3)
subject of the filliog, temporanly or ae aan he retnree oF pad | of aformation, * es of Steamers. Lavunato, Britleh mye ase Mitte

; a of the post of Chief Ia- | related her misfortune to the cle k who EW COLORLAL ComranY | dallest, to order,

permanently,

> 8 apector of Schools of the Colocy, in | attenced tober, but the mocey wae gone. | nr nr ri
® . the probsble great, of the retin sent Hs Wenbip veld ty defendant's con: MOVEMENTS OF STRBAMEBS. SALY BIAS The 8.8," fal bia" adue Sananacca, Dur deyas Noor York,
after abort leave of the preseot bolder of | ou covsletent with 7 —— 4 horses, 10 mules, 3, lecee lutn-
tego red we tare, bn | cetttae ie Sater ater Tha Royal Mai | eclenteckseSctoiheneeeatatg | bari love gern exee ead 3
9 ® Mrangely wisiolerpreted yw writer ip the benefit of the doubi and dismissed - Ue Line C.rho passengers and mails, pameogers. To Royal Dutch Mail

DEPARTURES,

ith,
Ooano, Hritish steamer, Coffin, 1172
tops, Demerara, general cargo ia





the colums of our cootewporory ; and

ber. ‘ EE- 4 Dee”
although ander certain circumetacces 19°F). sety —Constab’e Cuflie charged Pp gE
it might oot be worth while to reply to] ainere Nobert with lowerivg at Marve} Wednesday the 2th instant, aud will of Steamers,

o auch criticism, we think it msy, on the} gauare, The Conwable said be os de | Jeave on Saturday thd Zied T &

y taki RInIDaD SHIPPING AFD 3 .
“q Pvt cceton do oy it ode {0 bint aah 80 sande, thle | gofon London at Continental Fote | Cangaso, ttn ee a teeta e rr pomnete
; 64 MARINE S UARE reference sought by that wriler to be | lesve there because it waesfter hours aad ue ne {he fe Be Tague duo due to arrive here from Glasgow lite, Venezuelan, sloop, Poments, 7
ge *, yg Pp Wh hereon nesday th July will é tons, Crietobal Colon, sundry packa-

tven to the less deserving candidate. | he refosed to go. (His Wonbip 0) Abas work In strict quarantine this port. via Barbados on or about the 3st. | cog merchandise and 1 pasueoger
ae advocacy of the claims cl Mr, ] do ou mean by st wae eher howe! (© me LYDE+ The a6, “Clyde” is due duly aud will sail saine day for Deme- | oi pign ania, German steamer Pooch,
Peiisloss to the Chief Iospectorebip did | stable:) I meso that hell past nie here from New York, via Jamalra, | Tats taking cargo, passengers at 1,713 tons, ILavere, 20 bags Venezues

lan cocoa, 1,651 bides, 31 bags Triole
dad copra, 1,710 barrels Trinidad
lake epuree asphalt (sailed 16th ine
stant) Uy Waulll Scheerer & Co.

NontHLanpe, British steamer, Morrie
1,704 tons, Pensacola, ©) tone bunker
coal, Hy Gordon Grant & Co,

sth.

Dios Te Save, Veouzuelan boat, Gonos
vales, 4 tons, Cano, Colorado sun
dey packages merchadise.

Tuono, Venesuelan boat, Hamlrez. ¢
tons, Guarequeu, suadry packages
merchandive,

Fortuna, Venezuclan sloop, Sucre’ 14
tons, Cristobal Colon, sundry packas
ges merchandise aod 8 passengers,

SxugLany, Sweedeh steamer, log





potrest solely, or even wsialy, upon the | time enough tor any mac tote at bis home | Gofon, Cartagena and to Coloubia mala, _ _ 8
D Bir, Hie Worship '—Yeu have no right | on Sunda tbe tbs Jul d 1 .

FOR are consicerat the mame to bring there frivolous gasce, go dows | | leave the Joxt day for gontbarapton, Ths Hamburg-Amers

time fglving promotion to a deserving Defendsot was lesbergod. Pamlal via Larbados, St. Michaels (Azores) can Line

Miteer of Ioog aod tried eorvice, That | pthiiha WN THR Manse) i reg ig (ood Cherbourg taking passengers, Face IL Bcutkanen 4 Co
‘. cargo an: le a

wes merely @ subsidiary consideration, | the feb market, Jlawas Smed {0eor served he tender will leave the Lighthouse IRGINIA—The 8.8. “Virgiola” of

*
ibrugh ove weriby ia our opinion of | gays, 5 Jetty, Queen's Wharf at 2 the Hambur eican Line is
some weight, We donot deny that ia Druxesxess- corhtablvbite charred pantogete for the ‘ayer with due here frome Feaburg tie 8
x England, and perbsps even ia litle | Arsold Netsca with dronken end disorder: |” Passengers are specially notified | Phomay on or about July Bird, pro-
Hogisnd also, there way beacustom of | iy condect. Letendant pleaded guilty aad | that baggage lighter to be dewpatch: | ceeding atterwards to Carupana, Le
a rule that cove but holdere of certo bering been locked wp sicce Batardey edto the Homeward Mall wit) leave | Guaysa, Puerto Cabellu and Curacoa,

Univernty degrees aball become | night be was discharged whh ae primatd PtheHt Vincent Jetty at 10 a.m,.on | taking cargo, passengers sod mails
laopectore of schools ; but we haveyetto | Veuics Teylor, on *yeimller chs ae} the day of sailing, ‘avd passengers are | QACHSENY ALD the 8." Bach:
brought by Constatle e, wes 6 therefore requested to see that their senwald' of the Hamburg Ameri-
bens issent down before that hour J can Line ts due here from Venesuvisao
O (UDA,—The 1.388, Oruba * due | ports on or about July uh, proceeding
here from Southampton, via | afterwards to Jlavre & Hamburg tia

‘ Jearo that it is the custom of this
cotosy, or that it would be desira- 159 or seven days. co t Botand
ble ‘to weke it for us to | ,“icwrixa Lance ra an

be foot charged Feddie Baith sod Matilde Brown

AND -- jullow biindly in t steps of the di he: rele ae, ase
nO her coustry in matters onl. Pitta toa pes atte oF soe spee they wee ghost eee ill wosk f Nodoes: Be eee taking cargo, paswengers } varssen, 1.6/7 tous, Muenos Aires,
very smell degree beyond the oame, | grong rukowinG—Alfred Jameaa led quarantive at this vort, D strict ae - tons bunker coal. Hy Gordon
still Joss to folluvethe lead in such mat- [12 years od wes charged by Constable] a TRATU—The It MH “Atrata is . dnmutas Lone of Grant & Co
! ters of the great Barbedise Empire. We Fosfor with throwing , songs cron tee A due here from New York, via Steamers Closing of Malls.
say it unbertatiogly that, despite what | aweet ab New Town. Ls orde Jamaics, Colon, Carthagena & # uerto Tusrpap Suirriva ae Maite for Greaada, St. Vincent aod
‘RADI AGE

* the name may suggest, the oftce of Chief | receive s 2 seglog. “ Colowbla on Sunday 7th August, and
Borpector of Echo Js fo this colooy ia | Tusrr—Petaal charged Dabasig ith } will Joave the vest day for Beuthau MIABAGAS Tue B.S." Marsan’ of
ore thet does wot require in ita bolder | stesung s cicth tiled vale Ph ete Delt. | ton, vis Hartadow, St. Michael's tbe Trinidad line will leave New
any Uoirersity degree stall, and noth. | plead pot guilty vat ot ttat et ‘ert Hi} (Azores) and Cherbourg, taking pas York on the lath July Wwiv aad Is due

@ {ng cae have proved that more conc) usive- es idence la contradictiva of tse giveo bY | yengers, cargo aod mails, there on the Aad Jul %
tbe pr: secution aed o8 convktl.m wassent! th6 tender will leave the Lighthouse | ¢ HUWN OF GRANADA, The os,

ly then the able and thoroughly e ficient | 108 80) for fourteen dey, Jet . ! aN s
ay, Queen's Wharf, at Zp os. with Crown of Granade” of the
= abet io wbich the premat tncumbroe Figurtizo —Jemes fries, saa A Manson passengers for the" Atrato.” Trinidad Line will leave for New
' of (be pos! 7 Lambere were charged by Constable Gib 1” iaengers are sicelally notified York un the Jah July 1910 andis due
‘FOR SAL
fis
Vevevw vv rrVerre ~ , After Lesriog the evlleace
were poy Be Venture to suggest that pee was Gucberged’ and. ibe otber bagg ge lesent duwn before that hour. gt JAN The oe fog vedue to
ly ivtv

Ac {ot 98 Weare aware, the work of acta: t yo, with Sgbilog at Vareooge. They | theta baxgage lighter tobe despatohed | there on tbe wtb July.
$
MA E euch a daty would be certajoly mae 4 6 ed ee each —————i—~—K&€_{_—_a—_—>____[T_e""=
~ dily performed by Bir Psfisloes than | (wo convicted od Be or for > ive k I
*~ he an COGOA ESTA iy Mr teae 207s Laing’s Famed Veter | sodwit ‘iseve be sume

New York by the as, “Orown of
(irapada” will be closed on Wedloee
dey the With July at So'clock.s p.m,
necisely. Newspaper.. Money aad

tetration cluse at 2 30 p.m,

ails for Bartados, $t Lucia,
Dominica, Antigua, St, Kitts, ier -
muda ant bt Jobes by the as
* Dabome" will be closed on Wednes-
day the 8th lustant at 10 o'clock au,
precwely leglirativn closes at BU)

ap. 5.

aus for Jematoa, Colon and New
Vouk by the 2088. “Tagus” will
be cloeed on Wedseulay the 34)
instant at 19 o’cloek a.m pi y
Newspaper end ilegletration obese at








of Steawere

tekeo in person by the bead of the | sade Crawhird aid dale Prescott wire | day of sailing, and passengers sre
Geo H. Avetom & Co,

berg op thy yt te
tbecolooy isa duty rarely if ever acder |tqea dese tach.—Macd Herbert, Ger- |e Vincent Jetty at 10 am on the ar 1M Rust Asuatye Lone
gcation Deparment ,and evea ifit| neat charged Ly Ovostatie Ite with | therefore requested to ewe tbat thelr bh;

ie!
Ea ally tepecting the elementary schools of | picaded gultty end were teed 16/- or to the re evel will leave the
me
uly
oor fe
Demerara sod Pasamarsibo ing

. tae ty Mr. Maeoek. In fect it may bo open | SO parusome WOMEN, Constalds,
. to duwbt whether, if actuat inspection vd Meu! U ad Lay Wit ° . Malte for Usru: Ouwana,
ora ‘Atros. be a part of the "“Saries of the «for, elie ern ae wit inary Remedies tuslle uly ne we tht dun! will Gosae, Teo La Guayes,

i . . ’ anlosa is not berwr fitted for ibe | py, ude 8 : races Curacos
p No reasonabie offer ‘refused, For farther partioulars Fe eee erect than wee SE ee et era tos Manette ar | sre ktown tu every stable oud ot ck | S leave berevg the lot August Ivl0 for by the + { Prolts Maurets” will be
s¥ty to . . [ovte eat the tame of bus sppotetaness | Kearteon deyn’ iwpsises meat. ws ea te Trinidad. elnines fae eTown, Havre, Loudon, and clos on Tuceay phe lth instant
‘De —Ale ver fal— che ulineuteal Ports, taking cargo, oo .

Too fort that tbe post of Ciel Cuasina » te al Tegal eal at BNOLINH PHARMACY, pasongers and male, 1 eqialcetion closes at apm. 7

iN McKENZIE & KIRTON. Luepectos of Hebools is ba crecatlally waa charged by Corporal *

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Goods, «

Me Wharton 1—Wae yout exemination
The Chiowgo Straw Hats for Gent's—is the latest,
cut—3)-, 4)-, 5/- & 6s, each

ae curreot in the bacteriological teobe a8
it porsibly eoald be*- Yer,

Ties, Ties, Ties, ~_

THE LATEST IS

And what did the teanlt diclore ‘Th
The Qecdwood Tis

dhecloos 1 that death wae dee to pisgae,
36 conta fn stripes.

THE YORK SCARVES

Did you make the recort to the Sar-
48 cents.

jeveral bo that eftecti+Yeu |
THE OFNTER SEAM

What did beeay to youf—He sa!
Derby Ties, 48 cents,

wae rather late in reporting it.
SWAN'S FOUR FOLD

a _ 7 {
thavbe sane eine death tl dy
LINEN COLLARS—3
for 300

been reported as eceptic mie.
Ne

Acd be would not alter isgaonls to |
> W 7 A TCH BRM A IW The.Hatter, Clothier ¢ Outfitter’

Is was already returoed. on Ss ee
15, Frederick Street,
had plague atill?-The immediate » lent disease would be po apparent asto? And do you not. think it monstrous

ald pot alter It robwithstanding
there was pot the slightest doubt of thelr
beings case of plague ?—Yro It was pror-

od 90 be plegee.

i any seres dilatory in your
examinstion of that portion of the rp cea Wh at
Do.

cause of death waa lobar pneumonia, extinguish all other aymptome, j to found upon such facta a charge of
but it was probably thought he had| The Chairman -—He does not g : dlemisaal of a young officer who had
plague that length, he eaya they might just entered Lhe governinent service P
Abe Chairman:-When you speak modified. | 1 would rather not express any
sl by Me. Wharton :—t am ougeesting | opinion
that the modification tends inore to Deo not flinch from it, tf y:

Weeyou
which was banded io zou t—No, it to k
oflobar poeumoma being mask ou think {t AUGUST
extinguishment rather than, to the | 1« monstrous saye it ia? Yes. —

six orseven days.
plague that does upt niean that t
nonobeervance b medical men, Do you remember seeing the Sur 9”







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atervased fo pr vent yoo from mabiog
ae quick @ report ox poasib’et—Na,
fib thia experience of Porreir

and the Sergeon Genera 's to you
what be hed enid thet Inbar preamouls win
enMicient dlegaosls of HWoltigag’s cas~,
what did you do with segard_ to farther
experiment 1-1 did nothing, 1 did oot
thiok it necessary to continous.
Why !—Because the cacse of death bet
been alresdy returced.
And your faveatigation would have bees
what?—I dono” koow. .
Ic would hare been ase'esr ?—Yes,

Thercfere the guinea pig wae eleaghter-
ed?—it waa killed the sey after.
“ Tabtok you fold we alrendy that fr im
the dead guises plg you were unable to
disco er ary symptom el plague’—I e2-
emiced it acd foasd none,























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+ Was that cone’asive? Ne,

Ie it sosible that that guinea pig
even it hed Lived might not show sry
tymjtons of plegus? Yes, I tay fom
experience sed practice that this happes-
ed into cares, It bappened ia a very recent
case that a goles pig which Was tnocalat-
ed cilnot sbow any s¥mptome, whereat
another guineas pig inoculated trom the
asme b dy died within the ordinary tine.

That bas h«ppened roore_thsa once in
yourexperieoce? Itha« beppened ‘twice,

Ard bow dv yoo arcoant fur that posalt-
ity ?—Wheo yot take the punctare you
takecot a certain amact of jaice to
use it, what is loft over re frequently
emall and the resction depeode apdn
hats there might be very few baowili

a it,



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1

Tethet ac thocnial timet=No, there 1s

psnaily some didicalty in severtaiviog.

Wasthere-anything either personal to

oareall of anythiag profesioval that

‘e

were nope of the aracteristie sy tn)

tome of lobar pneuimon' only
meaus that they Wroutet eocape notice Witness —I talok both. eon General after Holhgan’s case ?—-
a4 the patient was euspected of plague ¢ The symptr ma became so to speak saw bimun the same day of the Rest
—When I saw bim during life and obacured ¥~- es mortem examination and told hin

took #m puncture, 1 devoted mysel And the medical man's attention are | what J had found. He asked me

merely to examining the gland and

taking the puncture, 1 did not exam-

ine him with regard to any other

int

Pe say that shortnces of breath,
pain in the side, and ruaty sputum are
among dietinctive eymptome of lobar

Heumonta : would ‘those be preseut

n such a case despite the presence of
plague t=There might be

ho that lobar pneumonia would not
be suspected on nccount of their pre
sence auee they might have Leen
thought to bave been due to plague ?
You woukl have to coneider all the
clroumetances together. , ‘

Hothat tf acwan waa brought into

hospital and there wasno idea of what
he was autfering from and those very
syluptoms were noticed, a medical
Mian would begin at once to suspect
Jobar pneumonia: but when there was
Treason to believe the man was suffer.
ing froin plague, then those aymptomns
which are charactertatic pf lobor pneu-
mon would be attributed to suspect-
ed cave of plague !—Is that not the
meaning of those words which you
se when you say that one disease. is
masked by the other; that is to say.
ove dieease escapes notice owing tothe
suspected exietence of the other # - Not
quite that,




what DeScheult intended to return
the case saand Ieaid be intended to
return it as influenza with lobar
pneumonia, The Surgeon Gneeral
then said he did not think it was
necemary to teturo influenza, that
lobar poeumonisa was sufficient causa,
of death.
Thd he in any way refer to the aymp-
tons of plague you had shown bim the
night before} No
THE PERREIRA PLAGUE CAgE.
Before acking you @ question which
follows upon this 1 ask for the pro-
duction of the card of Manuel erreira
As [shall have to put a few questionson
i} (to witness), Do you remember
the case of Manuel Perreira ?—Yeo.
When did it uceur?-In May last
{ .

drawn tothe mere pronounced spmp-
tons? —The symptome whieh are o
scuréd do not attract him.

The Surgeon General eaw Holligean
on the day before hia death: up to
that tine were matana and typhoid
fotally excluded from the diagnowis ?—




























on,
And you stated that Jobar preumonia
had not suggested iteel{f to any one /—

Ng it bad not.

Vee any other disease but Tiague
consideredin counection with Hollla-
an when the Surgeon General saw
fin ?-I was not present when he ex-
arnined theease with De Scheult.

When you saw the Surgeon General
was there any other disease considered
except plague ®? No, when | saw him
he came to the latozatory and examin
ed the slides, theres was no discus
with regard to the diagnosis of the
chee

When the Surgeoh General ex-
aruined the slides what were on them ¥
—Bacelli, many of which were
Lipolar,

rou saw them ?~Yes,

Dud the Surgeon General ave them ?
—Yes.

Were they in such a con ition asto
make them readily recognizable as
bi-polar baccili? Yea

Am right in saying that at the
time you showed the elHies to the
Surgeon General that he had before
him a case strongly suspicious of

| One Frice Only.

MB. DAVID'’S OBJECTION.

*

Mr Dovid osid that the examinrticn of
the witcess was iNustrative of ihe me‘-
hods praned by his friend. He woder-
a’o.d that Dr, Dickeon was going to be
tecalied for the puarpo3e of explaiuing
partol evideoce retating to bicterolon-
tal certs msde by him in che case of Sanip
gon, and thet he would be called a‘so io
support Dr de Vartenil’s evideoce relat-
ieg to the ewe ot Hilligin, but in the
eourre of bis friend’s exan ination he bei
touched npen prob: bly helf doasn diflere
topes, some of which might he interesting
and aome wi-ble ths scope of the inquiry
but fo bie opinion rome were ectirely
oateidethe scope of the inqairy. They
hid heard abuat the case of Manoel
Perreira for the first time fa coanec fsa
with which ttey hed po ides of a farther
charge egatostibe Sa geon General. A
farther {Justration was the case of
Brathwaie which be thougbtd bed beer
copa'nded at the simetime a+ the Samp







The Chairman sald the Commission
had considered some time ago and de-
cwled to allow a goud dealof margia
with respect to the hearingof evidence
upon the subject of engury, The
did so adv isediy and with due consid-
eration mumated their decision to that
effecL to the Governor, He thought
they were all quite of one miod and
tbey were ‘yolng toadhere to that
puaciple for the reasun atnongst others
that the questions which bad brougbt
about the commission were not like an
lndictinent fiamed with great careand
dircumepecticn, and therefore strict
Jegal rules which applied {ia criminal
Proceedings were not applicable and
therefore it| was desrable for
the sake of all parties concern-
ed that the —-matter should
he dealt with comprebensively with «
view to its cumming to an end, Butof
course there imust be alinat aod it

















ear, [did nut see the case myself, but
saw some organs taken from the
j Douy at the post mortem examination,
You beeame acquainted with it on
‘the Lah of May ou your return front
{ Kuroper Yeo
Was Detreira, slready dead when
you arrived? - Ife died on the Nib, f
Tetutued on the 12th and resumed
work on the Lith
And you found connected with bla
Piece of bis lang? -Piece of the spleen
and bung were handed over to me by
Dr. Lassalle,
As cewing from where?-From
Perretra’s body,
Ih) yuu remember neeing what was
the cause of death in Perreira’s case ?

































It does not mean that any of the
actual symptoms of the one disease
because of Und
















taight be reseet ?

oxletence of the other? They might] plague? — A case auspicious of | —Scepticenna was returned as cause of (0R'# cose, Their honours could ess ty cértainly strack him when the case of
be ssuppressed and would not take | plague. death auderetand that the Surgece Gene al nor} eeira was touched upon that ob-
such s characteristic forin awing | J aay etrongly suspicious 7—Yex. That ls somewhat vague, as scepti- | 24 une" cas nea & Ponilbaea acters fection noght be taken tothe matter
the cooplication, If the surgeon had] Do you think it would be might in | Ceinda might mean aaything?—Yes, without acy notice atall oa to what was | (eg dealt with and be had waited






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fin tniad one thing, he would examue
for the other condition apecially and
it might estape bin in that way.
Mr, Whatton ¢ Does it not mean 3
Httle mote than that, namely that the
_outward ay wptows of the more vuru-
nen erent

for some ubljection to be taken b
counsel but as Me David allowed ft
to gu ua the Comintesion did not loters
tere It certainly struck hin at pre-
sent that in the way in which it Gad
been presented the case of Manuel
Perreita seemed to constitute a pew
ebarge egaiuet the Surgeon General
Itappeaied from the facts as brought
out ia the evidence of the witness that
conclusive evidence was brought to
the notiie of the Burgeon General
tbat the case of Perreira was a case of
plague and in? apita of that he did
not change fe report nor did
he repoit it to [the Governor
as one of plague. That looked at first
wight bhea Ureath of duty and he
would have been glad if objection had
been taken atence with regard to lt.
No doubt the Commission would
sequire to confer together to con-
aiderthe matter, It had struck bim
at present that they could
gointo the detals of it, They had
quite enough to go on in the Jetalie
of the Sampson and the Holligan
cases and it wae quite out of the
question that they could go Intothe
details of Verreira’s case and satufy
thenwelves whojher the Surgeon
General had acted tightly or wrongly
tn connectian with it, “He did not
know for what purpose reference was
nade to that qane at all, Perhaps Mr.
Wharton would tell them,
Me Wharton sald it was not brought
40a treeh charge atallagsinst Dre Clare
Sata wae trcught ap order to sup-
ret ik, Diksons conclusion in the
follgan case that having fouod
diagnorlsot jobap poeuinonla fe was
utterly useess to continue further
examination in order to arrive at
whether it was a case of plagne or
net. Even ia» Court of Jaw Counsel
Was entitled to lake previous cases
in order to show what he submited
to bys settled practice of the Sur>
Keon General to stifle cases of viru.
jent dices fr Gann ae possible, that
wae object for b
ght it whieh be bad

The Chairman :- You sa
prowabt it up in order to.” Tey bare

any person after the vimt of the Sur-
feen General and after seeing Lbvee
paccillite: say “never at any tive
during Uolligan'a tines were there
any symptoms characteristic of
plague” t--No

the ébject of tte evidence,

{le enuld not ret up and stop hie
friend's examination aud he asked
whetber it was fairto the Surgeon
General that evidence could be taken
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Mr. Davidssld bis contention

that it wae lmpowiile to expect the
Surgeon Geaeral to auaner sugges.
tious of the kind. The come
there that morning expecting that

part of the soquiry relating to 1!
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fe

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Wi

systen,

alr. Wharton :—This is not an ex
ceptionaleuse, Wherever the Surgeon
General hasan opportunity of uiask,
ing it be dyed it and is glad vo du so,

Slr. David: ~That ls a new sug
tiou and doce not come under
Aloazar'a queationa,

‘Loe Obstrman :—Cross-examioe ad
we will beac any fucther repreasola
tlua you bave to make, aud consider

be
Air. David said be wished tu make
lle reptuseutatiud us soun as poswib e.
They were considerauly hawpered by
the way tbe iuquiry wae being cou
ducted on the ober side.
Charges were departed frow and
proceeded with,
siderably hampered the Suigeon-Gen-
eral and which wnght prejudices hiain
ile was Lbers to anewer
uiattore palved by Sir, Aloazar’s ques
aud counsel understoud the
proceeding step by step,
aud they cane Chere tuat moruing tr
revume the Joguiay into IMolligan's
case; and on benalf of the Surgeon
General be objected Lo matters of that
deveription wuich wigbt
Burcgeva General og vot
the proper soupe of the inquiry, It
bad at tiret been decided that wit
nesees should be exhausted but unfor-
tunately that practice had not been
adbered to, aod tbat (the new charge)
was ove of tbe evils ariag fsuu) tt
‘sbe Ubairman:-1] have come to re-
Nise myself that the
(abaustiug wilnewed could hardly be
Mbersd tu, as the result would be
cOppleativa. I fad wt ditoult myaell
Go distinguish the evidence with re
B8N to the cass of Sawpso
afoligan, and if we bad proceeded
Gpoe tbe Jinwe | myvelf first recou-
lawnad acd had calausted witnesses,
we Wuld Lave found our task much
more tfloult thau it bas been, owing
to the way in whichthe matters has
i would ratber
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the long rua.

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mypuiry was

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. THE CLARE COMM
NQUIRY

~ (Continued From Pago 6).

nr rere
coutd not answer it Havi
to Lhe fact tha
fotlmation the:

ft could oot be ex

1g regard You say (tla possible for a man to | was made, Dede Verteuil

have had plague for eizht daye or | furgeun General of eupptevsion P—! ~ General saw
ad any y a to rung aa that are * ‘The Sargeon
t uoall pounled No, not as strung ae tl e ‘os.
* tbat care Foul be ta: tunan and on cramiostion of the te nls thettite Surpeoh General sald if | | You cannot describe tha mental eon: [the examtoation on the Wedendas
Vefore

tb they never

whieh

Ue Cae ea, that Mr, David | KNOW. 1 aaid suapition srose after | was put, was for gross neglect of | taluty on the 18th *— Yes, from the | tives? ~The Resllent Surgeon on bis

zanioe generally, and | the puncture on the Mh, duty.
pe ae oe sem left, ta plague when you examibed hin ?—I fof lobar pneumonia during life*—
syould consider tt.

Me, David ai

limit to that pract
it was improper,
silea

might eiose-«.

You found no Indication of plagke | amloe the body fur anything but the | pestle ? - Not necessarily
he mighed say! that Gn the tth?—No far ae the puncture { puncture, but f have since seen bis
1n explanation of hle | 4# concerned, Card, t
hainht say that he know Sothatthe probability ie that he] Ie 1t possible fer the msn to
arton pute questions which ap b
dome one anne ark’ what "vat the Bot conclusive. ity Po matter whatever cso he
hows qitestions, whereupon
ton would rep
fat wauld come just no
if dusen of mors questions were pu
atlbe end of the examination, one
tknow what that point was,
{ very well bave been that
if he had got up to object, he. would be
told that hiv objection was
When counsel took thé objection, he
eubuitied that it was the
pemuuesion to limit the ac
yur:

‘Tae,Uhsltores Tan we eet do eo [one of the causes of death was fever theory you mi
with you assistance.

Me David said he understood the
aissida would eoqaire
nto so far asthe Sampson case was
concerned, wae not whether the Sur-
geon Qeoeral had systematically au
pressed cavsof plague, If Their Hon-
vure would refer to Sie Aloszar's ques:
tlons thers was no sigyestion of that
kindat ali, the bare reading ol which was
that the Surgeuu Geoeral bad delayed
taking proper precautions aod give Lhe
offfotal infurmation which would fead

ep:

born voald Tent eo eee ithe bealth, pathologist iu charge, aad had suupec- The Chairman : The heart for exam-
takloy measures for the protection of 0?

Me found in Me Alea
Bar's questions not tbe slightest sug.
gestloa of any impro,
part of the Surgeon
with Sauipaou a case

Toe Ubairman:—How about q
tion 2="" Whether if the above facts
are correct, the method of procedure
fn thiv case does not constitute a seri-
ous danger to the health of the com
munity aad at the saue time expuse
toe Government of the culouy ta the
Share of cuucesliag or a Lanting wo
conceal Lhe occur of ¢ dis-
Sooo vubject to the provisrons of the Plague at the moment of death ?—I
Quarastioe Uonveation.
wadir, David said bis point was that in
the case of Sampson thece wae ne
suggestion of a yeneral system of
suppression by the
nal occupyin
General,
case arose be look
Ibut tbere they had Me
arton calling evidence to show the
Surgeon Geveral was in the habit ot
suppressing caves,
aMr, Wharton ead that was not the | eeucued as lobar poeunonia,
way be putit, but that he called eve
dency Ww shuw that the cave of Hotli-

was XOep .
BAe Claicanttlgne! referred to a | 2UrHeon who treated the cave satisfied

ee.
w, but after | cin@ OF surgery ae far as 1 can Alls breath would not be ecanty, por

Tr mobive on the

eneral in dealing'| *#cectainin what part plague played

“soon the body and quite accepled

habitual cei
the office of Surgeu

a aud

SB NK favip (Rove BX MINES,

Did Hollyan de of lobar pneumonia
or notPeliat was the miunediah
cause of dea hy,
be Wae theru another cause of death’—
‘There wae susjicl
lelonjrewoved or not | the service sbould take up that posi-
‘ou adojyed lobar pnenmoaia | tion in the Presence of his official
nuiediats cause of death ?—It | chief?—No that tight be his opluize,
was not removed,

Why Wwaeitnut removed? Because fayreed that the mau died of Jobar
ath wae lobar f pueumonial— Yes

1 dou’t follow bow thit oi explain!
You beld the post mortun examius
tlun?—Nu | wae

the definite causy-of

Present and Dr.
and wyself exguined the

Were you not in & postion at the
same tae to awortala whether pla,
waspreswal or not? -No ue in thet
tase, Unless there was bacteriolugical

Vheo « mau dies—pulting side
exaunnetioa wud he

dletinsiive of plague —you would
bave appearances but—

tues pvevusin thie 08s P=
‘ot imake suy complete eyaun-

pa’
Ho fer as you aiade an e:
aL Hud say! Not eu
Ju. a

wistcliog of

(Pue Gacolll in

: usstion to ask youto answer, but ‘Get
charge the Murgeon Weneral with | st ’-No ae soon ae you tet a growt! is my. duty to ask you] but! said they could not work. about the town }~Two or three, she G. be
suppressing plague?—I can't give an | et looke Ilke bavoilus you think WM enly iy way whetber | Did youtry es [didnt try becauw i} And they supply a fale number of oul (tt
opinion, apply certalo tests, and fromthat y you counnit yourself to that knew they could not work [iblok | tente daily Yee they come in all ocd © ea ond
Uuvit ie monstrous for the Surgeon | transfer W another tube abd gota potion, You know the facts told the Surgeon Genera) that. day houg. pros ren
panera to recommend bis diswleesl pure growth | Thy fre thing you do | Quch Letter than we wo, and do you {od asa rveult you drew your culess | Having regerdio ruleS wader the the free
for thet lmpertioence ¢ sto Dake rmesrs, etaia them with | say you belleve the Surgeon Ueneral | Yes and subaitivd them to the | bead of neslhent Surgeon i€ the Agsle- (2) bap that
Me Wharton: Nu, nut for impor | ordinary and graw regative, you bben | wae guilty of bad faith lo deliberately Surgeon General. tant Surgeous are: apable uf adett soy! Fine oe
tinenos. put up culturesy aad withia hours. T concealing cases Uf [Infectious disease n ore they accepted ¢—We went Pétienteat all buurs save Letwenn bata es
Sip. David: What would you bave | you fit culonies Woking ike bacoillus | which be knew to bave occurred ?—In | through theen very carefully aud they } ead Il why should they be restiloted ? ea? s
dove es Dargeoe iveneral it ou bad test ect, they uaually bave a good | wise case. In th ' were passed ae we bad drafted them. | —i dunt woe any reasou bot 108 “
rapoes | yg reprea@aud ag olticer in charge | dea! wih, he Obsitipan i-In the case of | We n
vf & 0480 for neglect, aod be aeoused | \Wheu did you ascertain non mont | gegpeon } -1 “hink he bed sufficient] Tbe Pui! That Leads Them All —Pitls vifave ou noublag to say with regard qo The tena ’
yuu of werprevsog plague? 1 don't pity in bewpwou's cows Uo the | ground 10 koow. are he most portable and coupect of | Where art thoes aloe tak feet 0 emt
Thad pee ae beds bing when | atiernoo vf tbe lth. The Chairman -Do you thisk he all medoines, and when easy Lo eke | These rules apply to the bnglish oe
{ bad even the case the day befure and | You heve already said that isa | was guilty of laid fats )- Yes. arethe 2 eee apa ble of preparations. hospitals PRY % Li nage &
knew thecewas suspicion of plague »P otcesssry part of be .who'e exawins Yow ( bairman | - And on the of | But they must their power to be by vould they apply te Fryghieh a titel
xamjnation | sud if! bad exemlnea the el VP tou befose you rea wey you ary deal | Halligan, from your knowled, the + As Dr Keslogye Veyetable hospitals wad aut tol ds nla i ee Ge
ae the | would wot bave seid there was uo sus- | ing with bacillus peetio?-1 say from | facts ate yousatiatied that the Foon le are the mont poplar ofall Pals
prciun of plague, youl expelieuce, as sucn as you look folth ¢— Lge

orascupical es
selectance ot the | che wedleal floes io charge of

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ISSIOW OF "| Fegcemahesseyamees bet FaHbot jes crapr she bad wos examtond jf fs clones one of WALD=OE 5 LRG Tar iam WH tt) etna Eee whan they, wore |i
. Tallt passible 19 have plague which ‘Do aa know thet ts whatthe Sur Hut until you have aseertained your | and inthe former you nro mais monn | Boyes substtuled for them work ine ol 098 Wary
fouma "ty ‘thet eee treed te be | Keon Lensral ment to charge Dr de | pon motility there oribarr ros wai | St ST acliverately poled | ‘ii Jre you got the new rules by your With terard to
run o tl ?-It bl rerte rh-Yeo ’ - * Assistant
bat rout explata,® poses: |" Duryou know that when that charge § very nearly Kirov. that feet. but swith reapecs oo ered | —{ bare Rot them. posible for tt

ve you considered those new ruled
trem the point of view of 5s, expert.
ence ae Itesitent Surgeon P—Yes.
ist] any of thera atrike you as bein,
BO edatanl uzworkdble>-—Yee, No

Â¥ joe of roolonies, | gana cave you are only
he Fre ie rrnetically Toodtusive — S my prcne* it waa only # easpletous ie work a ;
x nat be ready, [ hare;

ave of the lungs no plague bacilli to | the lung had been examined [be mans |dition of tha bactertologit at that | afternoon, and I told bim all J knew over ahd could act wom

_ he earliest hour,
y ‘TE'pretty oertain, | aleiat the case. which isas Collows ¢ u wears
lesion be found ?—f did'nt say the man | life would ba saved. tlme* Then you # : You refused to de- ident Surgeon shall attend | Look at rule 19
. And fi f sompjent PJ but not able to state cetinitely- Colossal Swain: You rela. | Gadthe Resident Surg:
Pat the Nurgeon Geueral’s con- | hat plagu did plane ion -I don't | —1 Uaderstabd thet way the ehaige | And you arrived at that polat af ore: | rise tp Uoitigans body to the rele | Ueaily Sunday exoefted) between the | > Awistant Surgeons {

ofGanilta m, ter the ad
nate wot patiente: he shall teject
Wali srehapphoants as he may con-
eidet donot require or are otherwise
unsultable for admitsihn, recording
in the * Rejéetion Book ™ full details
in resppet of each such rejected
ationt. Hleshall refer to the werd
emay select every patievt admit.
tad, who shail becone the patient of
The Assistant Surgeon on daty forthe
day, eubject to the Resident tur.
geon’s diecretion tu allotany patient
to his own care or to the care of any
particular Medical Officer,
nawhat reeject is it unworkable P -
Firet In Umiting the Nestdent Surgeon
to the time when he ix to admit pat
ients viz., fcom@to Il in the morn-
ing Itis unworkable ne it ties him
down and dvcan't give hin time
for other work of more Importance,
such as operations and other work he
has to do; and there is nu reascn why
he should be tled dowa when that

cultures put at the post mortem own teeponsility, and f agreed,

Tam Re Hamming your methods, but | Withent ecosuling the Surgeoa
{ want to know whether or not itis & " General? Yes. 1 acted
fact that bi-polar baditlue te bacillus) Was the’ Surgecu General ae i
what was to be done with the body |
Sampeon? 1 thik De Turpin asked
hima what about the body, uesning

i Tle shall b
Ind you find any exymptéme of Do TL underataad there were no signs be Dresent sa

ance of all
and thall” record ¢
pathological ang
observed, regeryi
cal and obberve
pathologiet euch
as May appear
diagnostivor other
Witness It appey
Assistant Surgeon, ‘a
ead rule 0 (Witae
lows) y :
Ili shall bimself
aary surgical o
presence tnd at hog
may permit and
the Asstatant Su
under his directlog. :
the Resident Hurgesa:
respunsible, thast,
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To get beeillus pestis you must ascer-
tain it non-motility Yea
Counsel here read # passage fro | whern was it to be buried, he
Klein showipg that proteus vulgaria, And Le aald it might be glren to the
was often mnfatoken for baolllus pestis, f relatives P—Yes hed
to which witness replied that he was In the Uelligast esse he was ay!
of opluion that Klein said it | noqueation P No,
could oreur, but 16 was not common,, Why did you refuse ta give up Mol-
Me David) Hntit can occur even }iigan's body if he died of lobar pneu
la Trinidad '-Yee nionia *—On account of the suspicion
Let us go back to swhich we had, ft was thought that oer-
THe GUINEA PIG, tain precautions were necessary.
ou killed at because you considered | “although you were eattafied that
tb was uonecessary tu make further | tober pheumonia was the cause of
observation ?— Yes, to seo whether | death, your susptcion wasatill so grave
there was any reaction. that you refused to give up the body ?
It is posalble yuu might baveinoce: | we thought agine precautions were
lated a guinea pig with plague bacillus. | gti] necesary
ead the man dies, but not the aakmnal

adno plague onthe sthi—Sofarasthe| hare died of lobar poeumonfs
puncture was concerned; but it wae] And not have exhibited elgns of

Itteonly a probability ; notblo, might have been suifering from ¢--
appeare to be covclusive fa ined: ! YÂ¥

When couid he have contracted biseputuin rusty? It rolght not be.
plague between the {th andthe day of, A tmuan inightdie of lobar pneumo-
Vveath?~I cannotesy. | nia without emittiog rusty sputuun ? -
ao it le probable that the men came | It might be
foto hospital not suffering from] Ienut thata characteristic which {n+
plague, and he contracted it fh some) variably accompanies lobar pneu-
tuyaterlouse manner and that one of the | wonia? — Yee,
cauees of death was plagues andoothe | Uon't you think that ordinary care
lbh examined his diseased lung [ might have enabled a person in charge
and did not flud bacilli? -I didn't say } of the case tu notice that sign; what-












And at that time you had taken the

ht put wit! itee 1f?—There may not be sufficient ture and examined it?—{t was done by the Assistant | ‘Whenever ible
plague gard tothe case? ht m ake nes i material in order to glye reaction. Ce emunined until later-on, yorkcould ba done we reasov, but Un is ped lormed,
What was the other causcof death? | uoticed because it was not there, Off Did you have @ conversation with Your ground for not giviog up the e bball have c!

thers,
Oe gon nention some of the
duties of the Resident Surgeon !—

De. Eciede Verteuil about the guinea
pig P-Some days afterwaris,
Bua you tell him there was not suf-

tion theatre and of
and shall ses that
ready for use at

€ did not suggest another cause of | course If aun speaking of the case theo-
th. retically, and after the death.
ain what other respect was there any lo answer to & further question, wit-

body was, there was suspicion and you
wished toexannne the smears ?—Yes.
Mp. Daved : May [be permitted to

ado operations, tnspect the
other cause of death ? -There wae sus- J ness said, if rusty sputum was not re- | ficient timeto enable the plague to put anothec question P ’ ie eee to ae Senndred ‘and one other patient are
picion of his having had plague. corded, and if it was not obverved he [| develop? [said that might be proba: | * The Chairman ‘Certainly, things Helis called here and tbere, | OPerst onan that
There was a suspicion, but it wae } must take it that it was not thers. ble, didn’t say that af thee had} Nfr, David:-You were examined and be aleo has to see after bls own stfumen «and appl

dissipated at your poal mortem examl- | Mr David—1 suggest [t was not ob- } been time enough, plague would] here before inthe Sampson case? -
nation /—Suspicton arore on my ex- { served through negligence ¢~That isa | have occucred, ¥

amination on the 19th, which 1 eay { posable view, but | knew the man was
was hot removed at the post mor-] seen frequently by De Scheult,

atiente,

p TH BEST TIME FOR OPERATIONS,

With regard to operations, why
should not they be dove in the night ?
Ichanged that because morning is
the beet tune. In mosb operations

tients have to be putuntler chloro-

orin, and it ie necessary before that
the patient should be without food.

Practically starved ?—That fa 80, at
least fasting for six boure,

And you find the time for the fast is
better at night when the palleut is at
reat ?-Yen,

Andearly morning is Letter for ope-
rationalso, because it 1s cooler *—Yes,
that |e one reason,

And it afforde opportunity of seeing
the case and watebing weoondary coin-
plications better thaa during the
ught?—Yes, b

Do you not aleo think it is
far better that the patient should
should hot have the fesrof the opera-
tion before him for six hours during
which time he ts fasting Po Certainly.

Iv pute your patientio er nerves
“Yuu and the vurgeon bimiself ie fresh
to this work in the morning,

Du you know al} these reasons were
brought out to De, Olare ina menio-
randum by Dr. & beult ¢-I bave been
told so.

Can you mention soe obber reasons
why ruleSis unworkable ’—Decause
the Resulent Sargeon haw his own
work to attend tu,

Who atlended to the surgical ward
im your time ?7—The Kesident Surgeon.
Iv is a very ix portant ward,

You say itis Lhe most iaportant ? —
1b 18 very important,

Do you agree with the suggestion
that tle patients in the surgical ward
shoald have the undistur altention
of tbe Hesident Surgeon or the por-
won who isiu chargé of them, aod
that he should be free to attend to
thenat any luoe ?-Ob yes.

(ues the care of the surgical) ward
take any tae? Certaialy.

Do yuu agree that frequently serious

order.

Do you think it tsright
that the same person whe
of operations should alg
of the po mortem work
talP [tu moat improper]

Who te principal
Nesident Surgeon and ee
the Assistant Surgeon, aay

When you say it ie ie
thove duties avcrided ta
do youmean -I meso tie
hss tho pi at mortem:
sicg a certain amount’
and ities danger whisk
avold. and braides thet
tant Surgeon isin charge
nity Waid. -

(Tc be contin
COLLEGE

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haid ycaterd .y fterndonde
private offi eat the Hed
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Governur p ended, thee
she follownag membzres
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Rev Oe EA c she aa
ul St. Macy al sbieg: é
A. (Paceipa of dates
Mortou = ¢Ausg tit
College) Mer, W, M. @. \
Colaaiet See_e sey), My A
aod Dr. 8, Mi, DL weaen,
Feoid. Acts ig Cok of
Coaacil,

The minut sof the tS
on Jane 2ist 109, hevieg tage
eirouleted, were orodrmsd,

LETress,

(ty Ate tee fromthe ¥
1,G, Nevillas &, Bp, was
Ing bis reir meut fiom te
uloo the at aval of hie eae
Rev Dr B A. Crohn GS

(2) A Jott se from the
CS -p acknow edazing al
Gover o op xiitipg Rist &
the Co tege C sancit wat

(3) Ale ve: fom Band
Cis «of the — Eresby!
acoouncisg the departare
D, Goths, Priacipal of
College nat sugges tag
of Rev Dr Mog 100 to
Co eget vonci! as is
actug ippo ian!
Nepetims College. id

De Lywrence acted
appo.otineat of the #%
secondary a hule was
Govornat s approval. Ht
be clear a from tbe tore
ipseeaied 0,
asda to ths ause of De.

Hie Exoslleacy »
that the ponshe.tion
soywey, it, Ls
ive tre escont Lem #4
with tha sengnsston
ad the sj p.lacmoct
Dr, Crebade

es
Did you say in answer to me that

the Surgeon General wasioorder in

notifying the case to Lhe Government

And you still suspect that Moth 40 | onthe [ith 2—Yee*

hed plague when be dled? Consider | 1, you still adhure to that ¢—f said

ing the whole circuinstances [ do. ved confirmation before noti-
Sugeon in charge and the case itself, | Colonel Swaint Why was it neces tying abe van entitled to do 80 as

‘the Chalrman: [eit not rather un- {sary totake samplea after death of
uoual that aman should be seriously [ Sampson s case. and notin Molligan ef notilying oftlcer. my asking you
Ui during @ period of eight days and | -Decause in the ove case, there was whether as notifying off et he’ should
bis organs should not be examined, | 00 reason to suspect the cause of have bacterlologea} coufit mation, aad
vepecially where there was no definite | death. ou said it was
diaguosie ? Does it not puint toan Ia poeumonie plague do you always Y A RRASONABLE LOLLY
omission “—Yee that 1s eo. find bacillus pestis? Yes but not pe, Witness.—Yes from tbat polot of
Ne. David: Do you know that Dr «| cowaniy in lobar pneumoala. view. .
Scheult asked Dr. de Veiteuil* what | Ie there any connection between] “ST” nayia: Do you want to alter
about the lungs "and he said they | lobar pneumonia and plague P—No. the opinwa you expressed at that
were alright ?~Yes L heard yo, Can lobar poeumonis in any way time vias tba. the Cicial notifica-
Do you think it was wrong for the | arise from the fact that aman has tion & the Surgeon General to the
head of @department to reprimaud | Plague ¢— No ifit occurred as oe'ated to | Coiuaial Secretary wae in tune y—-Yes
aa officer for peglect # No. plague, you would bave itin the hea | 2°03 "in time feou the bacteriologi-
Isitieasonable for the Surgeon | orrhagic candition. cal pointol view “
General to have taken uotice of the { Molligan is reported to have gone to Mr. Wharton: Do you depart from
otter ip the manoer he did; by | hospital in a very serious state of ouc statement 1 auj sense, tbat the
ong tu the hoapital la order to bring | illness and ucconseious ; then he seenis ntimative should have been iade ab
the tuan to account for the extrurdi | to have got somewhat better and | ion the 1uh?—E don’b thiok I said
nary features of the dase’—If it were | subsequently worse, and then dred, itebould be made on the Monday; I
cuntined Lo the omuwslon of examion | was that consistent with plagues—It{ iy on sonday there was sufficient
tion of the lungs. would be unusual. round for taken of measures With
Why should not the Surgeon Gen- When yeu arrive at the aaconscrous | & ard to notifetuon the policy is
eral gall upva she medical oficer for { condition death usually follows within thee you are to have’ bacteriological
an explanation of the extraordinary Yaday ortwor Yes, contirmation, and you will have to
factot a patient being under his Do you think it is possible he could Wait for it. *
care for, eight days, ard dying } have had plagne wheA he came to hoe | I) 1 aderstand you to way it was
without havng bie organs exairo- 4 pilaly—[t is diffleult to. answer that; not 8 reasofable ‘policy to heatate,
ed¢—Ibere is oo teason why f one would have expected the glaada to having regard to the condition of the
tke Surgeon Geueral should not | have become enlarged earher. hs ne, te clinical examination, aud
ge and du that. Was it pomible that he had lobar | the ilvcovery of bipolar bueillt ?-- Lea
ls thee any reason why the officer | poeumoniw when he first caine to how- 1 wahera to that. po!
wought to be censured should turn [ pital P—it is possibile, bat you would | © hy you aa you found a difference
round and accuse (be Surgeon General Bava expected the Surgeons to observe between be chee of bampsén and that
of dishonesty ?- That is a matter for | evidence of it, : of Holligan; that isto say, the yp:
the Surgeon General and the officer. Supposing lobar pneumonia was not | io. inihe ‘one were not quite as em.
lt is siso a matter for you; you are | very marked, is st possible that the batic as the other? ~The were dif-
invited bere to giye your opintun. | surgeons could have overlooked it, | Poste 7
You bave 1 mnaiitled yourself to the | when the man had it? -Itis posssble, That 1¢ not what I addressed the quos-
vpiuion that (b was woustrous for the | but it depends upon the stage. to you about [ asked you
Surgeon General to have recommended It he had been exswindd a few days whether me thonght it was wow
ur. de Verteutl s disuitesal, afterwards would there be any chance strous to recommend the dismissal of
Me. Whartoa i (lu ssye it fe ¢ discovering lobar pueumouia ¢— a Junior Uftice: upon the ground a leg-
a es.
ato may there, wae eeerer ey The Chairman: -Does it ron a rapid ed ta Helligan s ne’ via that the cases io the surgical ward require at
syulploms or suspicion of plague in f courme ¢—Iighl, Len or twelvp daya, iN ea on ne : f heb feast balf hour altention from the Resi-
tlolligau s case Ouloue| Swain: leita curable dye | Lbroughout fo- 4 disease red “ Ot dent Surgeon ¢—-Sometimes much
easa T~Yew; bati€ it wuts to a certala hebad utaa tune sulfa 7 oop, OF | more
stage, the patient very tacely re | Which be presented symptoma? That | Would you think it an exaggeration
covers. fe what f bout myself to, if Dr. Scheult saya it takes fin a half
Wasthis man Ina most advanced | ,, 4% you adhere tothe oplaiwn that | hour at least to visit: bla wards every
stage when he died?—Yes- It ty monstrous paving regard ta the morning ? That ie ver) low. de, what
ol phy’ 1 “ - en he has done-his wards, wha
In cases of typbuid, ie it ueual to charge ayainet that officer ¢- Yes, elaw haath Resident Surgeon to doz

Is it posable youceuld hare made
auch astatement t—1t is posable but [
bs The Chairman —Is {t customary to [ don't think 1 did,
Why was it not removed ; you were | examine the organs every day? -No,

ted plague during hfe ?—[ attended the
post mortens aa consulting patholo-
gis

You bad an opportunity then of

ple?—Su much depeuds upon the






























































1a the dos of thie man ?—Yes,
You didn’t do so ?—For certaln
reasous, The Surgeon General had

ober Pneumonia ae sulficient cause of
u

Ds you now at this moment accept
lobar pneumonias aay cause of death P—

ea,

How does plagus come in? fad he



cannul say that; because | hala't
aade 8 complete examination.
aul you fad anyehiog in the body
to indicate that he had plague ?—Not
oo far aoa exumined, except the con-
dition of the glands.

De you wish the Comission to un-
derstand that trou

KILLED THE GUINEA Mae

because Lhe Surgeon General told you
that you wera late in Derreira'’s
case ¥=Because the case was already



eWith your kouwledge and con-
currence }~\ ea,
aWae tha Surgeon General and the

that tobat pooumonia was the cause of
death >= Yes but thera was atilla sus
piciva that plague had existed.

And you say itisa possible condi-
tion that 4 nan would die from lobar
puieumonia though plague bad existed
in his body upto tbe time of death,
aud on examining the tissues of the
tangs, you would not tad plague
vaeslll?--Yes, but any examination
would bave to be bacterivlogtcal 1 or-
lar Wo identify the bacilli,

Malyou flat any bacuit suggesting
plague ¢-1 caiinot say that.

Can you say ne ¢—What [ examined
tbe luags fue wasthe futar condition
which waa flue to ordinary oause,

You say tt ds possible for a nan who
bad plague to die of lobar pneumonla
sad you would examine bie lung and
fud = bacillus pestis *—Yes, more
especially when there was pre
seut alarge number of paeumococcus,
sod uolesa yuu submithd thea to
a bactetiological examination
De. Scheolt aud yourself were
satisfied as to the cass of death being
jwbar puemonia ¢— You,
lhe Chairman; —Diplucocas are
tue same aa bipolar bacilli? -No, they
are something like bipolar bacciilli

Lieut Colonel Swatn t—Would they
be in the filand of a mant—No, it is
very unlikely though possible,

athe Chalrmani—Then diplococei































Mr, David - Whatever the graunds
imay be, pub that aside, was it mono-
struts tu recuumead his disinissal ¥ -
fhe yrouads would explain the recom-
inendatiua.

Suppose, vou bad bo deal witb the ine the luau? fa typhoid the
Case, et lo consic examine A a a
should. be taken wits ‘ibe. ufliver va disease i in the Intestines, ' Mr jVbarton 5 Chat es ne this THe bas correspondence,

Chat ge Uf bbe oave, would you consider | Typhus and plague are very nearly Pathe Cosi agar y Your Manoure Before you get the correspondence,
i% taunstrous Lo recommend bie dis | aliket—Yes, they present” certain | 44 rmany is not be responsible for wer serious
wnweal under the circumstances you | symptoms that are sunilar, ° HOSPITAL RULES. case inhospital? What are bie duties
aow kuow eff -i doa’t think £ would You don’t get typhus here ?—No, De. B.A. G. Doyle was called. with regard to all patiente who are
bave recummeuded it on those Me. Alcavac: \Whea a man is ad- Me vb, ales iW e ' a4 CB fm. | *eriously Jil -Le ta responsible for the
grounds mitted to hospital, there iva thorough | .)2/* Te Da 0 at ie Nepartua | WBole hospital, be bas to see toall the
Although he had charge of a disensed | examination with a view to diagnosis? Southe” a “_ MAPArln® | cases,

1 whieh sed th: y es, . Who hae to inspect and see that
stawbich bed: not bene anan’e death Alter that, leit usual to make perlo- bee reply £0 counsel witnese stated | peaper diets are made. up for the hos
dically, general examination, or does q .

seven days Pi don't think ao, pital ?--The Resident Surgeon,
You bare explained your method of | the exaulnation depend upon the secvieg fa the Ney eee of ithe Aod was it your practice, and was it




































ére found inaloly ta lunge? —Yes. bacteriologirallanalysis and have told | symptomet~It depeads upon the ‘ *, | & teasonable one for tbe Resident Sur- Lawrence sald 4
iMr David: —There was no doubtas | usit is not your practica to loquire | eyinptoms, eon'at the San Reese Tag ae geon to have frequent consultation ote ity

to the cause of death ?—No, suo the motility or non-mouility, until } Tbe ¢ baleen: -It is not a imatter | Re with the different asvistante under WELLOME TO DS
Bo you know that the Surgeou | yuu bave got your pare colony ¢—Yew | of routine examination every day ? -1 Who iu faDe Pawpellone. hin) ?—Yes it wasa very proper thing is Exceileacy I

General when it waa returned to'biu |” Lhe questiva of iotilty “or nun f ebould not tank eo A waunparatively fanior ofticer ¢ — | 62 9% core wr, Crebin to

hat the man died of tobse poeu | motihty ta an nuportantousin identk | Tbe Cbalrman:-You have ssid Yes. Leaving aside the duty of admitting

wunis, seat for the Surgeons in | fysitg bacillus pestis -—Yes. something = this = morning — with
ebaige of the casein order to ascer- Iv is ewentlal befuie you cau discover }iegard ta the conduct of the tice’¢—~Twenty six years, ae you in a wien ta say
tain why they had not discovered | bacillus pestist—Having good ex. | Surgeon General not being cea Have you served any time in hos. | Whether the work of the Colomal hog-
syinplouis of fobar poeumonia during | perience, you can tell whether | soneble ,1 Abink you said so fret in pllaly “Yes, bo that Mort of Spaia and {Pltal is suftiaent to engage the Itesl-
sternite wasthiece ur four weekw,| you are dealing with a pure-eulture or cooneen the statement elke ged {a | dan Fernando, 1 was la Tuite barge dent Surgeon suring the whole morn-
a rds, uot, ‘ 5 ing * Quite po,

D ik bh t de | Lovee your culture become pure in | Lave been wade by the Sargeon Gea- Soe ed eeade howprtal for ‘a hut, © deitfor that reason you alate it is
pdo zou ro e@ saw De Eric one lay t-Aboutds houre you wet a eral to Me, enn gbout bisk nowing In Portof-spain ¥ was in ful) Pimpousible to work tule Ss? ‘That ts

— growth, of not ! .! . | One reason,

And he fharged bin with having You wnust then pick out a likely | colony aud you said that statement snttargeer [toe dooet fone yer ee Can you tell me if the Resideut Sur
neg vate - @ Case i} va. colovy snd travefer it to the pure | was not reasonable ¢- Yes, very neatly 2 yeare connected with [8e00 Complies with rule 5 and ‘admits
wt othe er ne say frteull then media Oa the bute, ou would pro The Chairman: ton fad alsa ohls one or other of the bospitaly patients between 9 and jf how ‘he can

ave several conduc! "
the inan died of plague, and what was paces sbut growing amongst tiem nection with the jocident between odnd you have an Hpainale kaowledgu Se aneation, during those pboure
wore that the Hurgeon Lisneral also | you would bave putre fective ol zante | the Surgeon Geoeral aad De, Ktic de Do you toon’ odes what rules the lave you any regulations of the
que?—i beard so Ned died oF pla would taeiee to anciter’ tibe’n Vane Chainrea 2 Tthink that bay: howpitale here governed pulor to those dally glunsion of patients ta hospl-
other bu ° " Yes,
chat a young vury jeon nine month in oder got fies plan growth. Yon | ing Rone. “ far ae that it te itn metho eaty' tiles drafted ne yaclt and sub “D0 yout thlok it at all reasonable to
would Ket & cullure ia about 43 pi telroese to pat These ate, otther mitted to the Surgeon Genera}, They Unait ouch aduission toGand 11? No.

aod hoped thas thay
va'ustle asi tacce
tis dis.tegabebe) pr
Dr. Creasn vbsabed
members fer thelr ye!
to do alt he contd
sIP WE
SCHOLARS an

A doepateb from the.
wae read anuonaclo '
atiendanee fot Tei
aere to be £20,

SONS OF DECEABBD.

‘She repors of the
on the progios
+o ae feoe 0d Fel

Mow long have you been in prac [esas between GO and 11 o'clock,

. { were drafled and subiuitted for the Why ?-Adinlssion takes place all | Ru es xoversicg
Feou ths Ume you fave taken a tbe burgeon Generel wae guilty. of | vice and consultation of the eta ot day long. day and night, the Qisw'e Hoy
Although you aud De. Scheult | Seutple of the jusce, to the tame of pure ofcases of plague of yellow fever the Coloulal Muspital at the tina. ere is no syste by which you can

culture, wore (bau 4 houre elapsed ? -

en,
You convidee that wea quite in| Howlong? Abput ddays,
ordter?—{ don't say itis la order. And it is after you have obtained
Ie it monstrous that be should | pure culture that you apply notilit

4 4 Nipulst
alee a Polls Offa

Did you have at that ti get & patient to becouse itl belween 0
which be knew to by present Lefore y methe De 10 ot Ordiaaoce NE

| merara rules before yout 1 bad aod Moclok?-No{ and the Jfealth
hw and hether, bie nour ad tn copy of tbove rules given tw we by the Office patiente come up between iu
Now 1} kuow It is @ very uopleasant | Surgeon Ceneral aud [ was asked to | 40d 1. .

1 | bring the Hospital wader those rulys, | Itow mauy Iealth Offlose are there



f lity of bad they must fully m (euse the appliiation ia toute bw tbe
ier ae weedeaioa of all the | Accuraly compounded cay reanente allocation of the patients to the dif-

Would it gave teen right ,
a! to cherge | ey ne at proud for believing ot ingeedionte Proven ts tapowed tT firt wads, (Witness here explained
n

at puur cultures in the tube you could
aoe tise colory of haceillus festix

be effectivein Pihe » wrt that obtas otc
case, for uot having je proper | out if have to give la a bacteriu- | there wae suspicion of pague regulatlog the digestiy, . ¥ hat obtains su Meo ae 4
to sceuivation of tee ae by YF ox: logicalrepart. you wm have bosuppert | The Cheirmen.t- ou don’t «got is po surer medicins to te hed nye bie eal vane ropes a the daties of, eque td ae oot
saddolng tie lung ?—It would bare | iiseveral weya, bub tbe eppenriaus further than that f=No, where. . Aud wale vule takes we duticuls wien facet ue Pm
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oo - ind oninents tae Triciaed oe any position of mana rc of the ha fa 3
. be of the utmost importance aod tha ndop, and Mr, Pease and the \
polot might have aconelderable effect | directors of the Royal belleve that
Current Events, ou the situation generally.” they, have the right map ig the right .
DAY: On inquiry being made {t waslearnt|inanagec in Britala, The Loyal . i
TO DAY: oays ths Ty pelng mage iy Chronicle people stall decline to talk about the IN ALL THE LATEST 81\ LES:
The Clare Commission of Enquiry-- that no further news has been Tove ved allowed merger with the Unipg Bank .
row . Engian regs of Halifax, oo.
12 noon, . termination of the mail contract ~-= Prices from ... — GOc. tote
bteain| Acorresjoident informe ue that ibe . >

between the Royal Mail

Appeal Court~10 90 a.m. Packet Company aod His Majesty al iron ese atihe Tortago Warden's Office,



Postmaster ral The covtrach| which lea good weight fr six men Ww .
iis ek of the Agricultural Society which, was entered Into on the Gib] oorry, wast removed from ica place on
——— June, 1001, expireeon November Huns Wedsentey bight leaty 12-4 bast, nad a
"4 tt ave dec lofe nveyed tua ® on the pu :
5 Hock ey at Queen's Park Oval~ allow thele bouta torun to these shores * pundie bo the ©, Cemetere, Is was
. till December Zist. (igod next morning, broken open and

Bale of a parcel of land situate in the
Ward of Manzanilla by F. J. Scott &
Son—1 p.m

ranaecke?, bat forcanately there wae
nothing mach of any valueia it wheu it



There ls $10,00) In U.S.A. gold coin,
fn cinculation on the tstaunus of] was “attacked.” We might mentios
a Panama which ia counterfeit and has| chat a amilar burglary oocared a this

Saleofa parcel of land No. 1 Pall been 90 cleverly made that it neods an | officeabout aix years ago with similar

N 0. expert to distinguish. the coins, | results,
Hall Street, by L Joba & Co,-1 p.m howsver, weigh Z/ graina lesa than the ,
Sale of a plece of tand situate in the | Senuine article,

weed lof Laventille by J, M. D'Andrade

“THE oy,
Marino Squarc & Chacon Stes

Some time doting last year a sew
—— stone crasher wassent to Carrera Drie 0,

The arbados Standard saye:—The{ mention of which was made ia this paper,
tlae is approaching when we shall see| There is cow lying on the St. Viaceut
the last oF our esteemed Governor Sir|Wharfan ergine awaiting despatch to
Gilbert Carter, whose stay amongst us | Carrera where it will be wsed of driving
has been, we hope, a pleasant one for | the erasher,
him as it hae been satisfactory to the
community, Ils quiet methods mere] | Wa andentend, that 8, oorottinie
reireshiog ryin i xaminatiog in G hon
of Sir rrederic Hodgson When sit] s atioa in Poles daty in eonaced





Garcels of land situat.
ropuche by L, John &

Sals of three
edin Ward of
Oo. - 1 pam.

Kate of three houses anda Life Aw
aurance Polley by J. M, D'Andrade~







i yu a Gilbert and his tleated and amiable jaded ine ne mil be halt

i . 9 e leave our shores they w
Bukh ater Morn 1.38 Hiven ie p.m | remembered by many, both great and
Bun sets rts) Pp ma, | Small with affection and gratitude,
Moon sets 3.90 am. In ita "8 ting Note: >the D

a tin ‘otes, " the Demer- “
__ ar ly decent dealing with the HARBOUR AND MARINE NOTES. LUN ITE D
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TO ee eS me Demerara Kowing Club's auoual meet- While tb or “ cow
e- motor lauach “ Felicis
SEE PACE 2 FOR ing sayer One eupected immediately was oo her wey tothe city from Sonos
* Mista’ Jeff You Fuught a] nouncement that crews had been invit- yesterdsy afteracoa with Mr, Johod
Square Fught"—S; a ig | ed foom the neighbouring colonies to Mircheil aod a party of {rieode, two
Conqueror io “he oo na d he come over aud compete as the Sree es men rere acen clinging toa Boat which
he Oong ured — | But euch expectations were dOpwed to] bad turoed turtle. ‘The speddy lauoch
Jes Crushing Defeat told in| disappointment itis not proposed, "| 4, once hastened to ad "ecene
Detail- by Rounds—Jef shows the Presideat stated, “ to invite visit | sod succeeded 1m rescuing the men from
K ~ Dp . : ing crews thie year, As we were una |, watery grave, They were brought
Marly Distress’ Iie drienda | bie to send s ccow to Trioidad at Eset-1 tthe cig by the * Pelects” aud secaon
implore Heferte on Jeff's be- | ets itis felt that we should wait uotil| Coos the worse for theie experience
half—Johason Rludes Bert | *2c88 meet them again on their OWN) in oogh their condition bore witcess to

: d diti
en SMan's Kiforts te Clinch betore aihiog them to Undertake the] the {.ct that they had evidently been &

near the end -Jack’s Brlra-| journey acroesto compete under our | !ouk twe ia the water,

1 * conditions, The arrangements with _——
ordinary Coolness Despite | regard to intercolonial Browne have] Tat Britwh steamer * Bannockburn’

been entrusted toa sub-committee and | 3,166 vus Luitbev, Captain Dent, which
her It is hoped that our next contest with Tbes beva chattered to carry iroa rails
PAC: 7 FOR: ‘Trinidad will be the first of a propetly | iroti Nova Scotia to the Paciic coast,
Our Article on “Tha Chief [organised tntercolonial series. ‘irini | irrived‘ia the harbour on Sunday afer
Inepector of Scho.le® 5 City | ta4 having orginally Jovited this clab} ap uneventfal voyage of tea days from
Po vce Curt ’ 'Y | to meet them, it would only be tittiok Sidney N.S, “Thies eamef will have t2
SEE PAGL’S TOR that the first race under the new ar cover a distance of fully 14,000 miles be-
. > ~, | dad.” ‘These
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rapgenzent should be rowenae Trot fore vhe reachee ber ultimate destioation
reaso ia Batish Colombia, bhe will proceed

het Rule that +6 Oytet|cucoas to wh be 8
yan invitation should | via the Biraite of Magellan, stoppicg at
Lraken, 7 not be issued to Trinidad to compete at Panta Areuss in Chili to reall eee
SEE SUPPLEMENT FOR. the pot ire, a. fhe whole tng buukere . perepy about
College Counc seems fullof what is appropriate | 65 ¢ ays, Captata bent, the skipper of
' aod what is not,audequity. There] che “Bincockburo ” who has thavelied

seems to be less sportsmanhke feelng
and spirit of competition, let alone

hoepltality, in such arguments than
angihing else. It is certainly dwap. | Ptised by, ita appearance, The © Ban-

8
jotiog that there will be uo crews | Sckbura” came cousned ta W. Stead.
rom the olber side, pod the actlog, at TO eer fiom hoe e fulk, the en
the D. npot fesung an invita- * os buoker
Uon |e really only belping to delay that | ‘usl befwe leariag last night for Proce
which all rowing men on botti sides | Hupert ta Beish Colombia,
would lke to see established as early
as possible=regular intercolonial row
fog contests, |

The postponed Parochlal Fair in
connection with the ,C. Church
Maraval comes offon Sunday August
th, when arrangements are liu
i has been brought to our notice | to have a really ‘ine day's amusetnent,
thavwe were not quive tightin a cer-] A aplendid bieakfast is one of the
taln statement in our last Sunday's featuren of tho day and as every de-
lnading article. ‘The foreman who was { partinent {0 in competent bands «

extensively was imply delighted with
Port-cf Spain and seemed agreeably aure

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ITEMS OF NEWS,

the “Uunapo coal feld” ie alton
perlenced drifter and performed
work under the duectlon of Mr Cad-
man, then in the colony

——-
The Italian ateamer “Cutte di Toriau®
- 2,783 tonr, Captaia Poggi, arrived 0
Leer the Denjerare Daily Chromic Sunday from G.noa, Saraeiller, Bare
waving Barbados at about cele 4
couerete price for tiag othe, reinforced ou Monday afternoon the Sarto 127 mea pane) cat ane i '
ing the new railway sea-landing stage trenty roteutee” tetore bert yee et wnt ee. Fon Geoor, Me Fas
or platform, le progressing most satis pair ofbeels, Putting on eteain ‘and eel Genoarr, Mana Genvaro,
factorily under the superintendance of making 75 revolutions to the minute From Teneritts Se Manvel Romero}:
niet Wf Yaitgag Acting Chief Logi-! the Guiana succeeded, however, in| (24 lf Manuel Yunca The * Uitte di
mer ; ta ways The driving ham- [ratching the Dutch vessel two home| [lee dwebargd her cargo fir thie
over elghe wo one an the pilesare | after she bad lett port On passing | ¢%!1) sttiet queantice aud left sfter-
betcha ie Wen och at ithe Suriname the Guiana slowed| *4tds for Veoesuelaa acd Co'ombiag
» +, dive pilea have already | down and was not again overtaken | Porte taking cel ber argo sor pissen-
arriving at Demerara in 37 hours— | gers.

been placedin position, Mr Bellamy,
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Saturday lavt that His Excellency" the wbich presented the wee from Vink
oy eats hie aay to Arima pathat Riven yesterday to 8, rotons Found.
fy aie
beervtary, aod tongratulated ‘Nie ary where it wae rete red.
Dieksoo 06 t jan and faithful
uunistry and wish bin A “ro
happiness in bia days of retirement. pone bey gangident on the bones niet Ace N Wallace, Me
Aroucans, generally, greatly appreciat- [ afternoon of the 2st June in agu- lie iow, Me Deonia Sheppard,
od thie thoughtful act on the Part of J nection with the reception beld at ine rf dantmaod Spd three children,
dlr George Le Hunte Government House by His Excelleney | \ a was Sis Cuubie, Mrs 1B Ballock,
* the Governor and Lady‘ Hedguon off f Jastuvad sad Mie Gerrick
The Times publishes the following } Dewerara. Itappeare thatthe ventry | pe
telegram under date June Oth: -Mr. [at the Nain Street entrance received| {fw Warbadve-Me J feny,
Hielding and Mr. Patterson will sail | certain orders as to the admission of [UE® Dayley acd blerea deck
by the Virginian from Montreal taf visitors, \Whetber or pot he wisin | Tm Helder —Surea Chive “
attend the final sitting of Lhe West | terpreted theses orders or carried them ~~ *
milan Uowmlssion, They will be fout tuo zealously and without dis- * Geamo” lef
aleent for two months, It'Is possible [cretion is uot clear, but the fact | 1 *ft the same day for
that while in the Old Country they | remeine that anexceedingly awkward] (cp sins with (pt of toward eergo
wilt legion (he conteruplated negotia | and uopleasant situation bus arisen xpd three paerngere evera Mikey
tions with Germany fara wider trade | Among the many visitors who went] > erie A l'de Nobriza aod 8 Btas
agreement. ee Barerament silouse but got nu ford,
farther than t " ~~
Mr. Dorcy A. Ongley, Chief of | were bir It. Seciout Geman Canoe | tbs & ©" Nonhlands” ayes 4
Police, ted periee, | Grenada. has a ' Delafoos, and Mr, HE Capteo Mas artived Saturday
ears of service in various parts ct the | the grounde eyes soto ee [tle ta ane t Alves in Pallas | Sbe
ie eure: adh Jobe Prooend ned the sentry that they conld not
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{Chainnan Conveys the Governor's Sympathy | “02.255 tt reveal? -ieamtoations
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“Dr, Dickson Thinks he had Plaeuo Although Veath ;

- THE HOLLIGAN CASE REVIVED,

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was Due to Lobar Poeumupia.



ANOTHER UNNOTIFIED PL
CASE DISCOVERED.



SURGEON GENERAL TELLS BACTERIOQLOGIST HE IS “TOO LATE”,

AND RETURNS CASE AS SEPTICOEMIA,
4



Dr. Dickson on Surgeon General's Recommendation of

Dr. Eric de Vertenils Dismissal.



WHAT DR. DOYLE THINKS OF NEW

HOSPITAL RULES.



The Clare Commission of enquiry
Tesumed its Bsession yesterday morn-
hg at 16.3) o'clock, the ormned

ing complete with the attendance

ofthe Hon. H, A. JAlcarar K.0, who |

had been indisposed during the latter
sittings.
EXPRESSIONS OF CONDOLENCE.

The Chairman t~Ssnce the last sit-
tlog of the Comnilssion, the local com-
musity hus sustained more than one
sad Jose by death, the latest belong a
Prominent official which took place

is morning. But there is one other
loans which itis my duty to refer to
more expressly, vizi—the lors which
Mr. Wharton has sustained in the
death of his son. Iam asked by Hlis
Excellency the Governor to convey to
Mr. Wharton, his deep regret at the
Toes, and sincere sympathy on the sad
cccasion, | also desire to express to Mr.
Wharton thedeep sympathy felt for
him by all the members of this Com-
mission,

Mr, David t~I also desireto be allow
edto associate myself with the ex-
ression of condolence which your
-gionour has made, Nr, Wharton fs a
ersonal friend of mine, and although
do not wish to repeat in public what
[have already expressed to him pri-
vately 3 [ cannot allow the occasion to
pass without testifying to the regard,
esteem, and affection which bis son
had succeeded In. winning for hiwself
duriog the abort time be wasa mem-
ber of the Bar, and that weare all ex-
ceedlogly grieved at his-untimely end,
I may also add, it is a source of conso-
lation to us by Mr. Wharton's bearing
bla great lobe with such maniy forti-
ade.

MBE. WIARTON'’S REPLY.

Mr, Wharton s—Mr. Chairman and
my friend Mr, David, it le dificult ta
answer the worls ret have been kind
enough to utterthis morning. Jam
indebted to you both and to His Kx-
cellency the Governor very much for
the great personal consideration that
you havesbown me. It willbe some
satisfaction to my family and myself
to know tha irlendly sentiment which
bas gone outtousin thismoment of
grief and scrrow,

Yhe Chairman —We now come to
the first pate of question 3. .

Mr. Wharton . -Liwill call Dr. Dick-
soo with regeid to the evidence givert
by De. de Verteuil in the Ifolligan case
1 have the permission of the mmis-
sion toexamine Dr, Dickson on the
question of the observation of the non-
motility test in the baciiil found in
Sampson's case.

DE, DICKSON RECALLED,

Dr. J. i. Dickson Acsistant Medica!
Ofiicer of Health, and Government
Pathologist waa recalled.

Mr. Whartont—You bave slready
ven evidence in Sampson's case t=

ea.

WU you kindly tell us whether
when you reported to De. Turpin oo
the 14¢b, that you bad found bi-polar
bacilli in the Juice from Sampson's

tends, you had paid any attention to
boeir non-unouility, or whether they
were Grani negat{ve ?- Gram negative
was done at the same time; ! have no
doubt about that,

May | take It to bea matter of rou-
tlne P—Yes,

Was non-motility not observed then?
—I did Gram negative stalning on the
1ith, the motility test was not applied
uotil a later stage, When you take s

uncture aod get juloe you very often
Fad more than bacillue and some
might be motileand others not, and
that would not be atall conclusive,
The usual practice therefore ls to
locate pure cultures, aod thea you can
be certain that all the organisins are
of (be same purity, and you can be cer
taln of motility or not,

Will you explain what Is meant by a

ure culture fA pure culture jaa cul-
ure of ons organiem,

Deginolog mith Julce bow da. you
obtain apure culture 688
gaw « Peclentifia escriprion of ths
method of preparing cultures and
arriving af a conclusion of nowmolit-
Uy in relation ta bacillus pestis)

4a this case the Surgeon General bad
an opportunity of seeing the bacilli t—

en.
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L
Davidson @Todd
es

Waa it there before bit to be seep t
=—My impression le that J showed him
the slide etalned and all the prepara-
tion I bad on the léth.

Whether you bad shown them to
him er pot ‘on the 6th are all these
charecteristics mentioned in your re
port of the 1b 7—Yes.

When before the 1Â¥th or when alter
the 16th did you see the Surgeon
General with respect to Saupeon's
case Po] saw him oo the Jsth.

Did you then speak to biu of the
progress of ous bacteriological examt-
pation ?—He asked 100 abuut Lhe tests

Did you tell blit-[ said the cultures
were growing and syidences were al]

POINTING TOWARDS PLAGUE

and that next morning [would ‘give

hin a wiitten report.

Did you have any doubt as to what
the written teport would indicate ? -

Did you convey to the Surgeon Gen-
eral av

the nature of your report P-No, I
stated what Ihave sald just now. ”

Were you present at the Surgecn
General's office on the morning of the
19th ?- Yen. .

Did you hear Mr. Besson at the in-
stance of the Surgeon General convey
& message to Mr, Pantin ?

What wan that message P- That he
had been told by the Surgeon Gereral
tolnform him that he had just been
notified of « case of plague,

By that time you bad given bin
your written report /—Yes,

Do you know that half hour or a
quarter of an hour earlier, the Sur-
geon General had cirected Mr, Besson
toinform Mr. Pantin that he knew
of nothing wrovg in the colony’ I
beard so afterwards; L was not there

en,

Do you think that was a reasonable
statewent to make after the {nform-
ation you had imparted to the Surgeon
General on the Isth ¢—No,

THE NOLLIGAN CAB AGAIN.

We now come tothe case 6f Morris
Holligan, You attended the poat nior-
tem examination P—Yes,

With Dr. Scheult ?—Yes,

And you both cameto the conclu.
sion that the cause of degth was lobar
poueionia t - Yes,

May lL ask if you can tell me—not for
Dr. Seheult, but speaking for yourself
when you started the post ‘sortem
examination, what did youand Dr.
Seheult expect to find *—\Ve were sus-
piciousof plague.

And you expected to find indications
of pissue Y—Yea we were suspicious
o'

Not putting i¢ any bigher,
you were dealing witb a probable case
of plague 2—Yes a suspicious case.

nd you based that expectation
upon what facte?—On having found
bi-polar bacilli when the glands got en-
larged,

From juice extracted’from the man
while be wasalive ?—Yeu,

Aud may I take it thattbia discov
eryoflobar poeumonla came both to
you and Dr beheult asa rehef -—Yeu

Mainly because I presume you didn’t
wish to have it epread abroad that
there had been death from plague in
the hospital ?- Yes

Notwithstanding the fact that lobar
poemonia was the immediate cause of
death were your suspicioneof plawue
jo any degree relieved by tbat find
ing !~—Yes they wer®

RELIEVED BUT NOT ENTIRELY
REMOVED,

ou fell

You mean that thera might have
been plague still ?=There might have

Ds

And way I take it that the stung
presumption baying regard to the cour
clusion of bacilli beiog found In tbe
living publec was that there was
plague P—We found lobar pneumonia,
and had no doubt it was the Jumedi-
ate caues of death, and our suspicions
with regard to plague were relieved
but not removed.

Io consequence of suspicion still re-
majolng what was done? @ tody
was not delivered vp, Certain pre
cautions were taken, as If the case
were ove suspicious of plague.

It is wuggested that you made «

uncture in the glandfon the day of
The man's adinisaion to_ hospital, but
with negative result P- Yes.

Were those negative reaulte coo.lu-
sive of the non-existence of plague?
Tcannot say ac. Iu suspicious cases
negalivg results are not conclusive of
pon plague,

The Chairman: I take it that the
result ie not decisive one way or tbe
other,

‘Mr, Wharton: Whet I mean by
negative result in thie case Is negative
reault of plague. The witness was not
making general observations? — J

upetured and did not flodsbi-polar
Paci in the gland.

Tbe Chairman . That does not prove
{t was pote case of plague : The re-
sult st which you ved did not neg-
atlve the idea of plague.

Mr. Wharton) That would bea lit-
tle misleading to put it that way.
What Der. Dickson means fe that be
was looking for a certain indication of
plague, and co far as that was von-
cerped be had no result; but that did
pot conclude the matter

The Chairmsn. Quite so.

ANOTUXR PLAGUE CASE.

Asen instanceof what you were
ssying, do you remember the ease of
Boott }- Yea

Did you examine fulce taken frow
bis glandé ? ~ Yes.

woe yee poet tThat was about
t t t y year,

Vith negative result
thet feoad’

the sence

ou taeant—l no plague

AGUE

impression as to lead him to
think that you had any doubt as to



lobar pneumonia P—No, «

Indicative of plague ?—It has an-inter-
mittent temperature, *

you saw Holligau to take his juice
observe any sytoptoms of lobar pneu:
monia?—1
simply examined him for the pune.
ture.

under the care of
tending him ’—Yea,

any time?—Yes for several
since he has been connected wit
service here and even before that

ead painstaking Bu
tain

care &nd attention he
patient it was possible for bimto dis-
regard any outward signs of Libor
pneumoola r— hw

been eeen by Dr. Greli and the Sar-
geon General r— Yes.

Seheult were in faitly constant at-
terdance on ¥

those were there the alightest sus-
pision of lobar pneumonia*® Yea.

that having regard to the fact that
you did
the [mmediate cause of death? ~ Yeo
“ What was that conclusion ?-That
the symptoms of lobar pneumonia
were marked by his illness,

existence of
vious cause
that attention was not paid to the
other cause of lobar pneumonia’

say that, because be bad high tem-
perature.

for by the supposition of plague so
that nobody supposed it to be lobar
poeumonie or anything else?

sir. {€ you will allow me will
it out,
sywptomeof Jobar pneumonia rust
bave been marked. In an ordinary
cave you would have ex
tome of lobar pneumwenia heving te
fard te Che state ia which you found

natlon P—Yes.
tomaof lobar pneumonias? No

that those syroptoms were marked by
another disease ¥- Yeu,

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of the smears at the post mortem re-
vealed plague,
ne what way did it reveal plemuesta
ere, were appearances of plague an
bi-polar Marit mew
UOW DAR. HARKIN ACTRD,

To that case did the Surgeon General
wait for staluctles or the death of
guinea rgnt— No, the case was report-
ed after the post mortem examination,
tobe a case af plague,

Who wae the Surgeon General thot
performed thle great feat ?—Dr, Hakin,

Did vou think be acted witely or un:
wleely in notifying that case *-I think
be acted wieely In notifying the death
without analyasie at all

There is a casa which I ought to
have exaniped zou onthe other day
but the hospital carl wag not here: ft
was Brathwaite's case ido you know
when he died? ~Yes, he dled on the
18th of February this year,

Do you know whether the Surgeon
General had seen that case?—No, be
pV homade the post mord

0 made the mortent exarl-
pation? - Dr. Sebante and myeelf.

To what extent did ou make any
examlnation?—I made a puncture of
the glands and reported it to
Seheult

Lo you know whether your report
on that puncture and the clinical notes
vere sent to the Surgeon General ? -

en,
Was that all that was sent to bims
Yea.

Was ita fact that there had not been
a case of plaguetn thecolony for at
least seven months before that Yee,

What was done by the Surgeon
General immediately upon recelpt of
the clinical notes and your report. of
the puncture? The case was notified
by the Surgeon General, +

Which Surgeon General’—Ih Clare

Returalng to the case of Hollgan;
you punctured blm on the Oth for the
second time and on that accaslon you
found dipolar. baqilli?~Yeu

Were they Gram negative ? -Yea.

And wae that susplelous of plague?
—ies

What other cbaracterietle did you
observe in them ?—They were bi polar
and Grain negative,

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High temperature.

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the puncture showed bi-polar
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token before post murten’ - Yee, on
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Oth after death. .

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