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Port of Spain Gazette

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Port of Spain Gazette
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1910
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SO. 0.899 VOL 3
TO HMOICBRS.
HABANA CIGARETTES
STANDARD HOTEL,
DIRECT STEAM TONNAGE
its# I i& i JP=?
The Trinidad Shipping & Trading Co,, 1
NOTICE.
TO WHOM IT HAY CONCE:
HD IT IIS. DATOS,
W. SlB'D^ASMAUCiy!Itv •
BUST S'l’OVH FOR TlilMIHl).
‘¡il
fis-cssa^-ifasag
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For Sale!
VICTORIA.
JUST RECEIVED
NEW YORK,
CRONEY & CO.
FOR SALE
At a Bargain
SMALL Ci COA ESTATE
Cin-A’nlos I.SOO fcU BuriigTriu
d Secure Your Tickets
»-•.«-.a..,.
EXCURSION
é&tsztsS"'.***.
Oil, Oil, Oil.
'‘"ííes:
Rttbiir. Ritbor. Eubiir.
Wanted to Purchase.
FOB SALE
TGKAPPA. VILhiGE
TORONTO
NATIONAL SIBIBJ'ION
ká-ír---
LUCIEN’a CHOCLOATE
THE STANDARD OF EXCELLENCE
ABOUTTHE FOOD YOU EAT
rs:
WARD PRICE & CO
Bailwajs
JOSEPH CONZALEZ
JLiâ„¢*
A Grand Concert ■«
Notice.
náS3á¥5SíS
•IMIUAU Mitote
Hiorobe Killer :
: variF"
DAILY OSÉ 1‘iíÑÑYJ
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(union ti !
23'
in
lidad Electñ
1 BAND CONC
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CAMACHO'S
OLD RUMS.
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DENTISTRY
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i SMITH BE,OS. If SOLE -A-O-IEIIsnrS
I Edison Phonograph Co.
JCST nntnrED. ' /s. LARGE STOCK
25 PHONOGRAPHS
l.COD—Odd Thousand
Records,
STANDARD RECORDS,
inlaiolor 4 Miau'e Eosoids,
RECORDS
Englishj'French, Italian, llir
and"chine«!",,,h ' °r'USUCS
For Motors for (til Purpoueu
THE BOETAKZA.
ALBION
i’OK AXX. TBaDBS. 'fi-
IO CARRY 15 to 40 CWTS. or 12 to 25 PASSENGER:
MITHJEOTHEHS &o OO.
FOF ALL PAHTICULAIIB CftLL AT THC HOWAWZ», !
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Latest Arrivals
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gUfisg JOHN HOADLEV a t
:£^^SSw*«S»1 Tailors & Outfltt*
WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED
A NEW SHIPMENT
MAILLARD’S
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SHStt
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BTTY ^OTJE,
Boots and Shoes
Men, Ladies, Boys, Girl and Infants.
Harness & Saddlery
CRICKETING IMPLEMENTS.
Bags, Trunks asid Portmanteau
Cash
Can
Bo.
CASH
AUGUST
AUGUST
AUGUST
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(A CHOICE CAltGO.) “
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MILLERS.
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SWIFT BR0S?|
Cloth Manufacturers and Who!»
Clothiers. I
NEW SEASON’S PATTER
DYSPEPCUJ>
IF YOU ARE SNGAQj
n nfccJel a (luta/n1 n°« Ú
SEC WHAT YOU BUY* |


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WHISKY.
3 CARGOES OF LtlMBFQ- Smith Bros, id
tira atora as usual C
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FACTS
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taphons, Ltd,

4OSERY DEPARTM'T

\, = FOR

‘CHIVER'S

‘aut
*. ree” aos . 1b Tine 150.
+. oui te ino 1,
PBALALA ib Glass
S08 MA jae wane BBE.
1EUADE do, 1b Glass Jars, . De,
BHCURD . lb yw ons.
LEJELLY . Nb, ws 24
CKBERHY JELLY ib Glass
a ty tm Jate ‘ Bie
SELL ve ae Dey
JELLIES Pint Buckets“ 100
Its EN SYRUP All kinds~ From
¢ $0 Gus Gines Bottles,
. w~waT—

HE STORES.

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tFor Rent

‘ os aor
TAGE No, P2 Borde Street, Very
‘wi and wry, 3 bedeoom, draw-
sad Gloning rooms, froot galiery,
weal ont offices, with large yard,
rgutden. Electric light aad aewer-
wealied, Pursesion 1st Aont,
te H, V. Lavghisn, Castoms,—16
wi,

i
DLN + GROCERY

flole Ageonta;



—~FOR=
NS HIGH-CLASS
TOBACCOS & CIGARETTES,
SEE
JKOAT Mixture .., 600 tin
VEN ” we 7204
Rus nb oa Ble
KEYS + 96¢
FHILLIPS ,, «oe 1,08,,
SK UAT Cizarottos 502.—
i 4$8e, tin
in ” ne
at ‘8
SIAN » Mane?
150, pkge,



vile & Wilson, Ltd,

2 Spr enennaerrmmmrnerny
IFor Ront. t

omvtiage Nu 10 Fusgoral!
rT satalaing Urewing and dinias
Bdetrvome, prutry aod all coo"
- ab muserste. Apply C>
ee Mall or 66 Pictoa Strest>

REST Have snuetoa cornet
New @ Duodvoals Directs javey
aby pe Lerrecion Haq, blect
a peverege lostaind, oeuel
Apply to W.-C. Kuss & Co-

Fredaiak Buces —Jaly 5 —la.
BEAT. Deniratig Cottage wih

toarunieace fur s vial tenly,
1 Jerploghaua” Aveoug—Heut
Ms, Apply ior partivatars to The
n Bakery b0 Pars Sueew—5 July,

TREN ym binelt tollege Nu 7
weet of Meckville sud Hichunoed
ot bexerege aod electro sighs
lore ply, te We O'R r ‘Ua,
. Oss &
SQosta aod Fedeiicke ghisetene
RET age iu Jeulugoem
wace No, 31 with ele rig hight
a, Apviy co 10) Ubsclone Breet,

Wes Ne, Ketcaus
rs tie Wate
eethy Residence at 5 Trencos
teow P, lmvol, abot dre mluatos
feed Pharmacy PPy to
@t0-1 a! 33 Moory Huest—
2F Let Full ferpishes, tbe
Wu e Story bol ding koowa as
“prose Oa the Baots Cros Malo
seis etvled by tke Palldssi
ams, le bor 4 emily, oootstuiag
«With loved Sg toome ete,, and out
Yeody Y garden of cnulce roses,
Sel al fisted, mver ranpipg
0 miles frum Bea
Eales Bisnoa, Cade always at
4 Dic artioglars apply to
aoetia anaw fyuare,
20g0 Dene—Juoe dbib--

Ole
YY 300

ENO 9299 VOL. XXIX



Wolsey Underwear

LIGHT & MEDIUM WEIGHTS

r FO REET PE EST EW TT
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Ter er

\



WE HAVE JUST OPENED UP

mew] N ems

LONG & HALF SLEEVES AND PANTS TO MATCII

mia FRESH LOT

TRINIDAD) WEDNESDAY JULY 20 1910 |




—_DATLY ONE PENNY _



|
| TRINIDAD FIRE IHSURAKCE Go,
e

Eisakitect,
(MUTUAL & CO-OPERATIVE.)
203, Chacon Htreet
TELEPHONE No, 62

HESecretary ofthe Company bere-
T i foforma tbe'bolders et Volicies
dated 1904 and 1003 that there inatille
balance of unclatmed cash dsvadends in
bis hands, acd begs thein to apply at the
Company's office for aaid dividends at
earhest convenience,

AF. MATIISUN,
etary,
Port-d Spain, ’

gotbSept. 1909,

{This underwear has Jonz been triod and always “with? satisfaction

‘They aro all Wool and absolute!
very keen Prices,

.





THE CALED

GoopDw itt





DE. JTADGEER'sS

We also Stock Dr, Jaeger’s Underwear in all .
the Qualities aiid sizes far Men and Boys

See Our Southern Window.

CLENDINNING’S

& Frederick Strcect



Foot Balls
Shin Guards
Tennis Rackets
Tennis Balls



ly ucshriokable, and aro marked at

=lU NDER-WEAR.



Trinidad Building and
Loan Association, -

OFFICE: NO, 18, CHACON STREET,
Telephone: mo. 82
——

OLDERS of Delenture Bonde are

hereby jovitefto asl at the office

of the Assoristion for their half yearly
interests to 3th Jang. 10

A. ¥. MATHISON,

daly Lew Secretary,

‘|SKEOCH & Co.

1

>. Is

Now Openin
FINE~WORK EMBROIDERIES & INSERTIONS,

NEW HATS, NEW LACES.

Linen Dress Goods Viatin Striped & Floral Desigusn

a BOC Cr aeeneewe

100 pes. desorto)] Posigns—All-over Fmbroidory.

36 inoh LINEN DRESS ORASH=.20 cents
NEWEST OTTOMAN CORD—86c. yard—-Up-to-Date.

White’and Coloured Kmbroidered Blouse Lengths

From 60 oents to $1.44

a

Now 18 cents,

BEST VALUE IN THE ISLAND.

PRINTS, COTTONS, LAWNS, DRILLS, MUSLINS, FLANNELS

CRETONNEY, MOSQUITO NETs, &e, ko, &c

WHOLESALE TRADE.

oo hE Tin

Our Stock is very complete and the
Prices are Right.





BU Y

OOPLIOOTEOT TOT

12, FREDERICK STREET.












Hockey Sticks
Hockey Balls

Croquet Sets
Cricket Bats

YOUR SPORTING GOODS



FOR SALE

~BY—

WESSELS -BROS. & VON GONTARD

! BAGS-—
BALES SUGAR do. —23 and 48 inches ~~ 4°

Do.

Ex Recent Arrivals,



EEE ——

cocoa

BE SUGAR—50 1b. Boxes
ers WRAPPING PAPER

SALMON in Cases —" Red,

BAGS VENEZUELAN COFFEE,

70, South Quay.

7

Whese Mover Uate, Lanaeh
% watles, Aan Basse BBon ol wok, Lpweet prices.

ar
A NEW GARAGE,
AUE FACTURY bas added a pew Deparimens <0 the

EGITTENB CARRI
abepe of &

charge of

——————S

28 and 48 finches — 2} Iba,

Ibs.

"© Mudiam Red" & ” Piok.'

‘PHONE NoLs7s.

ac #

RMUMPA «“AOPY,
ee iverson obs. can bo competently rrpaiel os
a MIcus, fete of Adame Maculsctotog On,

Lande, ioe

— Ay —

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JOR KENT—from lst Jaly Heslderce
k No, 35 New Street oontalaing Drawing
aod Dining Roows, 2 Bedrooms, Large
Front and Beck galleries, Z servants
rooms, bath and all necessary out offices,
Apply to Stezbena Lid. he Stores—
Ja'y8th—im

TORRENT —Thet trae aod oommodi
} ove reel fence nn ike L' Eocene Estates
Ravte Crus Maia Rood, suitably for a large
famlly, coatainiog 4 besrooms, ball and
dining rooma, front sod aide galleries,
enuy ard out reoms, atabler, eic,
ealtby acd well sitasted, river suing at
heck #f property, Two miles fram Hao
Jaen Kailesy BSteilog Hent 2.00 per
wmoath, Apply J. A. Anroxs, $8 Ohare
lotre Strees immediate posrersion, Jane

betIo,
VOR KENT. 10s Picton Birest, cov
k tage ts delignifal locelity, two win
utes walk frau Sevansah aod All Suints
Chorch—pivateyerd. lousebes prow,
dining 10, 3 bediocens, gallery
unviag alosgeide all rooms out ta
Liebe bath sod Ufives. Root $16.





FOR SALE

ONIAN HOUSE,

2 & WILSON, LUD.



Ex Recont Arrivals.



75 Drums Prime Large Lunenburg CODFISH
25 Tierces Prime Medium Lunenburg CODEISH

100 Packages

75 Bags No. 1 Extra FLOUR“ Grandmaster”
100 Bags Chojgg SPLIT PEAS

—sLo—
250 Bags CANADIAN OATS





BOYD & CO.

4

MRBRY GRINDER 2
: =



SPECIALLY USEFUL FORY

Beatates and Tool Hhops
2905 93 Jo voroas Lsee uw dq ornare sad 00; }0:

is $33 cach .

- - oe

. ——aee
THE ARCADE.
WANTED

WWARtEo =a Tow parila Tor the

Lessons given at thelr
med, Terma moderate Apply HH, A,
Gasix, cjo Catbolle Trath
Juce 3 —Im,

At

geney—

ee

Lost.

] OST —Datween Bovante Uardean acd
Jolveiere's Village one gohl brooch eet

perrle Tue fader will he suitably

rawardod by seading it to X.Â¥.Z, Port-of-

Spain Garette—July 15th lw.

DE DION MOTOR CABy

1 OR.BALE cheap to a cash purchaser
aoHil deeater, quickly coavert-
ible into a 2 seater, from the firm of
De Dion Jourton, lately fitted with
replacements from the Firm.
Apply to F) De LaBastipe,
jaa Feroando.-Jaly 5.—Im.

Aviso.

L* SENORA Pineltt oftecs Sos Sere
viciow para la confeceion da veatidos

de Senioras, y mii Estilo Pasisien—,

Hrecion modicess. Broadway No.7 July
vth—Iw,

QOVERNMEAT KOTCE

web



Anaual Overhauling and Relaying
of Buoys.

= _—

TENDERS close at the Ooloniat

. Secretary's Office at’ noon on

Wednesday 3st August. For epecifi-

cations see notice in the Royal
Gazette” dated 15th July, 10910,

Further particulars can be obtained

on applivation to the Acting Harbour

Master.
K. W. KNAGGS,
Colonial Secretary,
16th July, 1010,

COLONIAL BeCRETARY'S OFFICy,
13th Jaly, 1910,
Toe Chairman of the Naparima J,ocal
Rosd Board has given notice of the fullows
jog resolution for the next meeting of the
Central oad Hoard.
i. T. Bowny,

Atg. Secretary C, R Board.

“ That this Board be authorised to take
over the fo'lowloy |:sces and convert then
tote Loasl Kosde,

(A} Wellipgtun trace commencisg on
the Papoure Iaverness Mein Koad at the
34 mile pou, toning through the lands of
Wellington K«tete, mw distance of 6250 feed
sod toisaiosting near the Pictom Ketate
Scale, on the Sun Fornacdo Siparis Exlo
Road, aud that cach Hosd be known es
Weltirgtoa Debs Koad No 2,

{3}. Perouba Sr, Joba Trace commens:
fag on the Southeru Maia Road at the 38}
mile post, rauniog through lecde of Mae
Halla aod Taroabe Estates a distance of

410 fost, ani terminating at the Teroaba
fate Scale, and chat sac be keown
a* Terouba Mt, Joha Road Na, 4,

BOCAS AND ISCANDS” SERVICE

GULF STEAMERS—AMRANGE
MENTS FOR DISCOVERY
DAY &q

sarcRoaY, Br survy, 1010,

The steawer will perform ber usual
morning trip. In the afternoon she
will leave af 3 o% lock jnstead of 3

WONVAY. let AvuusT, 110

The steawer wil! leave Port-ofe
Spalo at 32) a... for Chacachacare,
salting at alletations, She will leave

acacl coat 3 pm. call at all
tations, and arrive at Port-of Spalo
at about 6.3) p at.

ne TUMADAY, AND AUVGLBT, 1910,

ao 4

will call at al} otations except Teterons

y on the retura trip, and arriveat
a3 an

Ars te. jes 41 Frederick Street. than et abou
ane. AND —aoe
LET Criaye No. 10 Richwood St, a Qa Satordsy Sh July. 101
Tisotalniog Alerge totroowe, balls®4| 400 Bags PURE GROUND OILMEAL, Med eres Ty 101, return
Galeg rooms, penery ood the arual on be at elugte fares.
sies*batcgs Key tox ‘Riomucd, Bue’ stots craigs for fhe day ean ak
sevisiving 3 tedious ba and die | 6G, Brondway. Tolophoano 132. _| be sud at the lollowieg rata:
pooms, Fiat ond Aieee Rees pactry EEE ve Islamdes ows i
a! — es! rr .

mcuth | Apniy (9. tusite &¢ Box, Groce | CHOOT RUBBER . ae
Phomery—June Sa ls | QU aoe” pemoberure 3, i.
[ROR RENE Fave “bnsdnees pipes a ~—sT— TAMPS. Ondlosey return Wekete at usual

Musto at No. 3 Brusdway, sadder the | Etertassoxn sake Of all wsee aad descei; are cow maneleesared rates. Bavanta.
Cee et ect neta il Or | pe vexcr ues oo Uhe pr anisen XexEs wae stbour Master.
Lew onl : . Ww xx, SUK 1 Sasker's
gue ered in. MOE, 8 Oya 77, Quooa Rtreet (Vu Apaxson)Painteats as rs Rr wi,

b Cpesy—duly leb- Im,

coos

onlinea de. dk

Ooa mag cau work it. The price



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Bar “ * =e pame aed we ebelteted ueder the =
ors = } " me teen. Aboell bee ba tor aro Svomuhe hotel all the weg up JO H 1 & =f
ROR SAL, FOR YOUR FAGE, | s trnetie bussircstient ga anil (cory Rate Mat rae ened £
. ' one
po.

State for the . Ghecameun with me to abelter
¢ Joules. ite hae okies obtained a mitbe grocery. When she got there I

Milkweed Cream.—Per
OP * 48¢

“General Licenses from the Bishop | sod her thet ber stomach was rather
. pu. ”
WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED Milkweed “Fosp — Ver

of Harbadoa which will enable bim 10 | beh gad ohe eaid some gos bad told her
4 Cake ae,
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tar duty rt

aia, Goverment “Chaplain, thereby | !t, prerented ber, raikie inte
lating the Clergy sa opportna Sean terra ne tured east lato Park
ity may offer and time afford. Street and then toroed again to the Jefe

avenge isehere } into Charlotte Street, thea past the
todag by ne ree rege is: Colonial hospital on to Queen's Park
The Very Rey Father Plus MecAlliney | Fast. From the Grocery up to Qaeens
OP, Parish Priest of Portof pain. | Park Fast the boy aod I were

erenieat 7 ke fost as I wae io a bourry
Owing to a failure of! the Electria ree ane hat Aone



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- Now sHowtIna

Gent's Straw &Feltf

























tform all clerical duties throughout | 48) sometbiog was wrong with it and
ee
MAILLARD'S

NS See
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“Tablet” tun, yesterday morn- : tl to time
, THE ing, the Local train hed to be detalaed | Sony beta ad ireote tovcome aleng. .
° © =a > t Spat G at Sen Juan for sometime, To allow | Lnould tek tik wae got to Me : sen
) coe ehrasbaats Gael. | tris Weeds ache Sans | artiste fn sb IN ALL THE LATEST S$1\LES

Published Day, Monca
jaya encepted, at the Om
Street, Port of Spain,

i-? PRICE? ONE PENNY.

bie Holl.

and shunt on tothe aiding, The paseen- | pitch and ste (Parrie) in the centre of
ice 96 St, Vinceny

\ + back | thesoid, intended to tara into Mo-
Eee ben tninaten aurive whi time Carthy's lane. i walked | there ret
Tablet 1 tor iW: who was 00 | nicht ‘ore turoiog
bart eee ede | tel te peat pr ah
ratus a-; ug. 8 ck an
teain followe vhg pacsengers train. a comeon, We were about 20 or 30
i yarde apart acd I could ace her du-

Prices from ... — GOc. tos



| ENCORE - WHISKY.

_

{nd , Mabhadal, on ‘
mt Spare tt Porau |e renga Gre at ng | ght ae am bo pd .
4 room In Barrac " a
: SOLE AGENTS : ami pm ate) Pion 1 ri on Monday, show! pc ious | ty have come from bebiad me, He was y l 1} I 1) ID QO
: al

The | walkingoo thé pitch in the direction cf

fetes J Pat month per tnch—t9 be OSlontal: Secretary secured ue yester | G verument house Roing both ia the

- Wants, &¢ as 6d per week each, tobe | day afternoon that be was instructed | same direction an Manin He waa

Brepard Ubat there are no indications of Plague. ) closer to me than Parris. I can give no

Pater and Publaber , , A 2 Nr Anan, Mahadai fe about 2! years old. description of the im he sare pt he
tie 7 HUN, —— redto bea black mao, I cano

Cashier +-* a G J, Hi, Foap, 4s a mark of appreciation of bia tay what clothes he was wearing. He

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Cheq tole servicesas a member of St Patrick's tall man, [can’t aay whether
‘ a paycueat of tails mould be mscoeerab Ghole We der, Father Sutherland, tee ‘raathio ora stout mane I could "4
LP. BPs ra .
. ROUTE OVAL 10 7D Oona isos tees mars with the assistanceof the Choir, | aot beat bie footstepte and coald not | J
f -” . We'do not bold ourselves responsible for, aor | &t 6.30 o'clock this morning for the tell whether . that he wore. I ebout: a
, *" “dowa ‘necessarily endorse the opiuions | repose of the eoul of the late Mr. | not observe what hat he wo he did vott i é
See aptessed by our Correspondents In our | Joeeph Glasgow who died on the 2th | ed to Parris the last time aa she di i .
rons, All letters must be accom: | ultimo, know the road to McCarthy lave, After ;
—_—_— panied by the real sigoature of the writer, —-e that my httle boy and I farned ioto the a rn
bot necessarily for publication, but a1 & {lis Excellency Sir George Le Iunte | lang Eugenia had not yet com) up with 5 fF
guaranties of good faith, Rejected maow- | will be leaving by the second meil it us, We went on tothe bridge [ could - ; 4 *
scripts cannot be returned next month for Engtand and will be | not tell what became of the man. Whéo . Z
e Advertising Scale on Applloation recariog most probably by the Zod [got to the ceatrs of the bridge I ; 3 ; 5 9
. > Subs Popadte n advance~Poilage tua * | steamer in November looked back to nee ppetber Parris The a
Prof Cadman, the Colony | following me. As looke
—— ee Consulting Muning Expert will te figure of a man stoopiog down pe the | NM I TE D .
paying us one of his periodical visits, | corner ofthe lane and diiog bis bas .
£2 Current Events. arriving here by to-day’s Royal Mail |as though be was pulling, eometbing.
® : ke — steamer, Teould pot tell what he was puliog at} Tl egagccocccncccon00000000 ovoccncc[000 00g Ns
PR & ‘ TODAY, 1 ain the load t Where te map was tbe sett was not 7
Whit engs n the loading of } giving there. The Street are Jam
Puts the Page Wire Fence *, 1097 aa mieelon of Enaulry— | some pieces of machinery frow the | {he ‘corner doce not throw ths fght COR N GR STO R
4 .

crane ea the (ueens whart to hand half-way down MeCerthy Lane ‘0 the
carts, two of the labourers so employ- light ia only thrown about a
ed, ® named reapectively Richaid bridge. The light is only

; quarter of the road, The man was io
sea toot serene lee a ae the dark part having pamed the higbt,
tnd t taken jirieeg Colonial Hospital sae hee he ‘moved hie "banda ‘is
and their injuries treated, Q
~— the way above mentioned. I heard two

The rumour is current that Sir | grésna unmediately alter which the man
Henry McUallun, Governor of Ceyion, | ran towards the Savannah, I did not
is hkely soon to vacate that office. The | wait tosea which way he ran to, because
Downing Street authorities says a} T got frightened and I and my boy went
Ceylon er, are a very autocratic | home, I did mot wait coli) the man
tribe and they want, so wesretold a 1 sot within the radine ot the light.
mnore docile race to tackle than Gov I did net cry outatall, When] got to
ernora of Ube McCallum type. We | in, thor makershop of one Nathaniel Gay

Gor ernor of Coy oe lose, the boldier I saw hight there,I celled out “Nat Nat,”

RMS, “Dee” arrives from Deme-
rara.

: years ahead of competition, It ‘
° doesn’t 83 weaken the fateral wires as other locks

do—it does hold the fence in shape year in, year out.

And the lugh carbun stecl spring wire 4

in Page Fencescan be stretched tighter C1 &e ir

than other fences. Makes them sag- e 207

prot Call for only two posts where eng gre

it’ sraneedthree. Save youmoneyallround, Come an J WIE
examples. Wote, cali orphene fcr thisyear's low prices." f

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, ¥ , and some one answwerd mo from the ;
Fok OEE, Xu é Sun tives . 62 am, Hogionces of purpose ix Ceylon “there gallery that Nat waa vot there I told ,
w ’ Meo se ney; PM. | cannot ba thealightest doubt. Ceylon | the man who enswered me that 1 had a
AaHwrss! ‘ mt & tp comsets ee Ol 6.1. ig sufferieg at present from a constitu. { seen and asked him to g> back with me ;
. COE ve 5 vores onal criete, certain chan ea being pro ‘9 see bat pad rome of Bugenis, wan
Ce ge? “= = = the Secretary o te inthe | Heasid he ha oO aittirg oO; a
Gerold & Scherer, $ 4 aS ¥ personnel of the otainated Legisls § Sstarday night and cou‘a not go, Pav *
ahh a DEATH, tive Councit which are not acceptable f house is a good distacce from the ‘
SOUTH QUAY, 68 . Naat i —_ tothe bulk of the more responsible bridge. When got home I pat down
, 68,

Yorpe—At her late residence, No, 10 | colonists.
St. Jamea bireet, San Fernando, yee
terday afterndon, Rose Margaret, the
beloved wile of Me oD: Ford, (ot:

eak of (he leace a Fernando. ie
funeral wil} take place this afternoon a, Kentln a Lendon, on the &
to the RC. Church, Sau Fernando, at ay ul y Lovguen, widow o' 2 1
Aoclock, and friends are kindly asked late Sir James It Longden, G.C MG, | find one I met a bl ckmin oemed
to acceptthis intimation Lady Longden was daughter of the | Samuel Grifih and told Lim what

cer I" late Mr Jas, Berridge, and was married bappeved, While there teo ether men

my basket, aud told Dy pianehirt
ay what a appened, ey dis

past Aderinteterretten memor teat wet offer, to do nee j deft py

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cle, [bee béen recalled by the Heath to Cadiz Road to the * Tiger Cat” rum

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Mr, H. D, Huggins sitting ae Coroner
at the City Police Court yesterday opeo-
edan irqairy into the circumstances
attendiog the death of Eugeois Parris
atthe Colonial Sloepital on the lich
foat, Inspector May conducted the

loguirr. .
fatuideAgard wes the first witness
examined. Us being sworn she suid

We have just Sfreceived
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shipment of our well-
known and justly-popular
Tron Bodsteads,

es | to Sir James Longden In 18% when { came ap and the three cf na went on to
re he was lesident of the Virgin lelands he bridge { walking bebnd. When
u the bridge £ od,
SEE PACE 2 F0R Sie James was koighted (K.C.M.G.) in ‘hey got where I aaw the min sfoopte
i 1876, at the close of his regime In they rushed across the savecnih and
The Clare Commission of Bn- | Denerara the eve of hie translation to tn hten and ran back home Whe:
quiry — The New Hospital | the Governorship of Ceylon, Prior to me re Mth an bac 0 “ale, k a
Rul 1 th 0 P bieservice in British Guiana be waa] Umat Griffith it was not 10 o'clock yet,
wes and ther, Operation [ Lieutenaut Governor of Dominika ff then woke up wy brother io-law
Distribution of Sfedscat Du- | (1883) and of British Hondoras (1807), [end acme others and _ went to
tiea Diseused—Allocation of | 0d became Governor of Trinidad ia] tha Pohca Station anriving there
P C, sed $870). He received a Kolght Grand | about five minutes bef ra ll o'clock,
‘atients Criticized — Should | Gros of the Order of St Michael and [ had not seen Parris for come long time
Post Mortem Surgeon attend | StGeorge when he retired from the | before that Sanday night. Ido not
Operations aflerwards— When colonial service in JM . * . ser of | anybody nor af aholierd ‘with anybody
te tt better to Operate. Morn Io toe ttne dl of Police in Gevion j Wed (3 fab Vv d bh td ybody
tag oor Afternoon — What | and bas bad a good deal of police ‘ser- any dunate ith toperee ta live at
Du Dis went and Lavsalle | Vice tn Todia home with my two ebildeen oaly. 1
thank of tha New Rules, ———E = never bed any dispute mith soybrdy 30
ree mont. jo not think sayooe was
SEE One Tons “O Street The McCarthy Lane Tragedy, lookiag out for me and atrock ber
ur we on "Uur Siree GARDS EVIDENCE . Parris ras about my fro battaller [b
Javements ; Trinidad Lvfle 4GA CE TAKEN | ce not true that are ever lived with
sac tation ; Toxlay’s Court 5 acy maa phe bas lived with at any time,
List, Harbour wey Mieane | TS8UI8Y Postpone to 2éra instant | Thera was no jeslousy between meet alt,
Notes Frown the hime T left the bridge oa Sun
. lay night there were oo ligh's{o the
SEE SUPPLEMENT FOR: houses a'oog the reuteta my home,
Selection and the Cacao Ins they were all clesed up. I did pnt
dustry —By De A. Fredholm
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ITEMS OF NEWS,

rhout for marder or aoything of the
kind, When fwekeup my brother ja
law after going bick home the second
time he had not yet been told avythieg
“f the occurresc . I told Constable

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Gnifith what bad happened aod se T
‘ We do not know we Deginniig to night at 718 there will vam mbae Bhodep oy purges tote. I tursed home aud went t Teed: and later EMPTING OFFERS
have anything special to be the Annual Tiiduua of the Society FT koew the decease Evgenia Parrie{ ‘9 the night the berg? came to my house
t thi nf bt Vincent de Waul, for men, ab the | for about 15 yeare, and bia been ard woke meupard { told bim shat —IN--
say of this new lot of | | itosscy Churetr under the aurpiees of Iriewdly t ith ‘ber all thet tine § 084 bappened, Next morniug the Cor j
Hedsteads, save perhaps the Boviety Movoisry members and Stell rag, ba en time | poral brought me to Head-quartere. I - ~ .
‘ I friends are cordially invited to attend. ¢ lived at Sas Juac, saw ber at | heard that Parris bed been tekeo ta t
that they are represented — = sbuot 7 d0theBonday pight in question, | yeepial but did none trare bet be: Ns ‘ J 0
by the very best beds The Haciety of the Soutsin. Parga. zhe,ceme to the Murnnde hotel, *Bbe | cxuse | was detal ef Sethe Btstloa all \

: . ; tory beld thelr anniversary on Monday | fold me t stahe bad received a lettor day, but told my daughter to i a
that itis possible tomake, | [ight tas, Dancing lected until thy | from nen Feroscdo from ber daughter's | col zo th work eee ee: Lid .
We have marked all our *snall houre” at the Society's hall. | busband Cosatable Saunders sylog tits the station: a anc Hefore Leeme ETC. ETC
B Chawpagne was freely discussed, and | that he (Sayoders) was ill, and that her Parria wasdead did on les heard that '

edstuads as usual at ba the whole the allair passed off with. | daughter Lily (Mee, Saunders) had acnt eee atc net lence the Police

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her tg Hose Hull to cousin of “here ta siaon uot 7 pagal boment oat
Fetara to Baw” favo, tt eveiag ha | ot x09 Curr Tera teaawe T coo
9 }order to allow ber davghter, Lify ty Be teas eee pee Oe, RY work.
qowo aud San Fernando to Port of take tbe first train to ‘sae Ferosado oa bight on ny sae ee ete, Monday
aH Nosdey motoiog. ‘I voderstood that that red (MoCartby's lace) nor b pas
Vesturday afturnoon ab “Maillard’s | her daughter was Jiviog with her at | ited there sloce nor heve [
corner” there was a regular rols-up te [BenJosn. Sbe told ms the name of Bweey Archer the
tween two tale sud a cyalut tloth | the cousta but 1 don't remember it. | of ware said be -koow Beet id ton
cabs were apparently golog in ditfer- | Bhe also to'd me that abo did pot sce oew Eageals Parris,
ent dire tions, av aloo t © cyollat when the cousin because she had gcco to
acident occur ap was on le

by knowing how to haudle la huachiog mien Farsie came to ine Ohi. eae ten | the Sueday aight. Bee war este acn
cyclist managed wet, I gave her rome dinoer and herse.f Se ~eeere—

himself. fy was a+ lose shave J. and ey ities bey felt the betel at

; 30. My Inttle bo: sareo years

Amevege Fone centaey cf oie, Hiinided and bie came is Sidoey Archer, Before

tthe annua) general roceting | left the hotel Parris asked me to let

of ognvened for the ‘“e ber sleep with me becauee it was rala-

J

Laing’s Famed Veter.
of Asgunt went wil be bold at 8 pn tog too heavily and she gould not go

. 4
ir La sud regrete baving oultted 9 to Baa BaD. Tsxrerd to thet Whee nary Remedies
On * (ime on jooe ta ie
the secretaries of the clubs toralog my boure at Noe 4 peo Late sane | ore oem

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‘ Four Postado, (about 20 styles) % " to 40.

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THE ARCADY.

Davidson®Todd

aoe Mink
Aisa Maton waa not
came to ace m

| ee Is was a daz

High was showiog. My mother wes
calliog to Farris to corms on becanse ahe
wae walkingslowly, They were onthe
pitch Tie aod uw : mea standiog
on the pitch walk tear nite close to

abeoch, Iwas abeltering the relo under JOH NSO
my mother's dress. The roan did not

He waa a black,

tan. He wore & black jacket and binek
trousers, Us did got wear boots, He
Porrle was br the

bot
hear the-man tell my mother good night
in patois. When he and bis motber got

wore a straw hat,
silk cottoa tree coming up, 1d:

on the bridges they look back toste whet
hee Partie was coming and saw the

fame man stooping dowa and movicg

bis banda He esid it wae the samo
man becanse be badonablack suit, He
was about 30 to 40 feet off, Loould not
too what he was pulling at. My mother
ten awsy andtook me with her
fore I ran Idid noteee any blows passed,
Laaw the man ronout of McCarthys
lane and torn to thesoutb, Land
my mother went tom man called“ Nat”
and spoke to ajman at Nat's Louse: he
did pot kaowthe man’s name, The
morniog after be came tothe station
and told Corporal Alexander what hap-
pened be saw him weite it down, 1 did
not tell the Corporal tbat when I got
by the piteh walk myrmother said
“ good night” to the man on the piteh
walt, Ikoow my mother saw the man
because he told me eo, 1 did not sa
that the man spoke in patois, 1 di
not say that my mother said “ lock the
man on the pitch walk Is killiog
Eugenis.” Idid not thlok that it was
Eugenia over whom the man was etoop-
ing. That night was the fret time I
ever saw Ecgeola. My mother lived
at Tuoapunaforsome time. He did not
kaow if Eugenia went to ree ber there,
I rememter going to the Inepectcr
Gecerat with Serge. Major Everley acd
baving a long talk with ble, Itoldbim
thet leaw the same man shelterirg out-
aide the Miranda hotel, I also told hia
I sawtbe same man who was io the
betel following ts up H-nry Street
dretsed in a black Ssnit aod that was the
mao who kuled Eugenia. The meni
saw etanding by the bench was the ma
Teaw atthe hotel. Ido not know bis
pame. 1 did. nct sey leaw the man
atnike Ecgenis two blows on the leg. £
did oot see anyone elae slong ths pitch
walkor along tho street. When the
man was ander the gallery his mother
was upstairs and | was downetaire in
theshop. When my mother came down:
etaire the manwasnotthers, I did
Bot tte = foybody «speak to him
ror did be come in the abop.
I was jn. the shor.

side door threngh which peopie passed { 3

in to buy anythirg,

Samocel Grfith ssid 1 Jive st 43
Cadiz Road, Belmont, aod am employ
edat the Government floating déck.
On tho night of the 10th Twas op =6my
way home from Suffolk Btreet. I met

Agard at the ecoroer of Erthig Road , m

1did sot know her before.She apoke
tome end said, have you seen a Con-
stable, Lssid ne, whava the matter.
Bhe seemed excited and told me that a
friend bad come from the coustry
toeee some opeand had supper with
berat the hotel Miranda end she was
oaher way home to Belmoct and when
she and her son reached to McCarthy ~
janesbe looked round for hee friend
acd sar some person over and strik-
ing her and that abe waa frighteo
and wenthome. Issid to her sioce
you can’t get a Constable I will go with
ou, While speaking to ber two
siends cams upSwag and Goodmas.
I told them whet Ihad been told and
then came with the woman aod myself
to McCarthy’s bridge about a querter
of amile off, When he cleared the
bridgs Goodmenand Iwere in front
aod [saw somethiog lying across the
road, It wasret mvery dark but l
could not see distinctly, Goodman ht
a match and we saw it was a woman y
ing on her beck with ber feet to the nortb,
Her clothes were down ard 1 saw some
blood on the front of her dress; she
wore white clotbiog, Her bande were
stretched downward and her feet wero
about 38 inches apart, Bbe was also
bleeding from ber ear and nostrils, She
could not apeak and we thought she
was dead, ( soon a8 the match
was = strpc! pear
wher 6 be could Bot ayl{
Ikoow that Agard saw the body becaare
sho was standing alongside aod looked at
it, At the same tine we ssw a man walk-
fog on the pitch walk fink north. I

id the otber two (riende, let us go and
see who this man isend we three walked
on to see who ¢ man was.
We hailed ont tobim and be stopped and
we found out that be waq ove Aaron
Daoiot. He was dressed (2 a anit of
crash. He Gwe back with us aod we
showed bia the body. Thea Goodmopa
went and called the Policeman. Sir,
McUartby thencame up aod lent nes
board and assisted the Constable ia lift.
ig the body tothe boepital, It was a
very dark night. There were threo
pennies Iriog on the ground near to her
aod o pale of evening aboes as Hf they
had fallen off ber feet,

At thiestegethe further loquiry wae
adjoarced to the 26th iust,

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There wan 6! me

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JEFFRIES EASIER
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‘Niahmah’ Tinoy Jackson Jack's
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CliAM PION BAY3 HE CAN'T TELL) ed it. I felt that I was myrelf again, that

EN OR WHERE CALIFORNIA
FIGUTZR HIT HIM, BO
LIGHT WAS HIS PUNLHES,

—
BY JACK JOHNSON,

Frost Beno Nev., July 3.-- { defeated
Jem Jeflilesin wuch easier etyle thao I
anticipated. I never bat ary doubis
abvat lickiog bim, as I had seen iim fight
Corbett, Sharkey, Manree, Kuablia and
several other mea, aod knew that 2 was
ble master, Ihed besrd so moch about
hia wonderfals rength ard bis awful ieft
heoke that [thought be might te able tu
bit me once or twice daring & tcund,
lvatead cf tbat be never got pest my goad
except when I was joilying tim. and nore
cf ble blows burt me, In fact, Icao’e tell
when or where be bit me, hie punches
were ao light,

Tkoewthatl bad bis “goat"ia the
second round when I b'ocked bis mes
efective panches aod turoed his aim aide
ways when I atuck vat my band to stop
the blow. Hetbought he bad it on me
fo streagth and tried to roagh it early to
the figtt, bus I just toyed with hin s0
much that he even quit th se sort of
tactics.

dt weacna of the easiest victoriva 1
ever achieved, I haven’e got a mirk on
meand I'm pot at all fatigued. I could of
bozed allafterocoon, I hed great eport tn
Bidding Jetiries and Jim Corbett. They
thught would get rattled wheo
* Gentlemen Jim’ joined me, tub 1 am
jost ee good a jollier es Lams boxer, and
afer tbe sizth round the vaudevi ie atar
dida’s word off any off his stege jokes on

Doring the entire Sight I kept asking
effrles to) «hit me in the stemach
and fiod thee yellow streak he ssid I
possersed, He made a grave effort to do
ao, but be wastoo elow and I bad no
diffentty in resching him witha Jeft
cross and right oppercus whenever I saw

an openiog. :

Ttook my tore aod played a waiting game
as I koew thet 1t wea only a question of
how long he cou'd weather the ntorm of
Bows, From the thirteerth round on the
lig fellow began to webbie snd in the
fifteenth whea I saw bisarme down acd
his-knees shaking I atep ed Io qaickly
and elipped over a Jelt cross that bad jost
enough power behind itto bring beme
the bscon that will entitieme to wear
the championship crown without soy
* fife” or “bate” to it

I must cay thet Jifiles le w game
fighterand that bele an awfully clean
fighter. Hedtdo’s try to foul we whea
I bad bim whipped. wanaftald that be
would try to lose og a foul if be eaw thay
be wae ticked,

Anotber thing that Iwnat ta boos i¢ the
crowd, Ip wae the moet orderly ouarh of
fight fane Lever saw, I waeis uesoltel
opre and nobody had a word to acy epatort
we. There wee po bosng aud when I
we kid cat cf the riog aad wendei my way
threw gh the crowd losiesd offgettiog hot
or bitoa the’ bead with pe bottles a0
me of the people expected if Thad won,
the spurte ailoongrstalated me and gare
mecrecit for wiopkg. I bave a wan
epoe fo my heart for Reroo and tre
iboneacds of spectators who were io the
aren,

Tam golvg direet to Chicego and will
leave that elty for New York oo Sunday
ath em Looked to open at Hemmenteias
nest Mooday. After Gllogmy various
theatricel exgegements I'l be terdy to
defead my title,

BETTER MAM WoON,'? THATS ALL f

By Jawea J. Jeffries.

Rene, del, Gm] tried, dbase all Look
eredit for, 1 weateaten feitly and squares
ly. I bave no excote of say kind to make.
Tettull credit te gives todack Jibascs
for bie victery, He ie o tialy great
fighter. .

L woold have remalood the rete! and
nedefoated hearyweight ebampicn of the
world, but the American pole demasded
that f tr: to take away the champioasbip

row & black man,

‘ don't regret my defest so much I do
(het it wees negro that teat me, thereby
estab'lebing biauef se the best man in
the world, I wok! sethey hive been
beaten three simesover bys uanol my
ows rece than to bave been tbe meens of
piaciog a negro ia this pos stor. 1s wes to
tear Jubseon awey from this honour thas
Lcoprented to Sght. 1 shoe af the mars,
bat missed it, There is nothing iefs to do
bat 10 congratulate sbe winner.

The color line sbould te drawa ontelde
be riog. Jt cannot be dragged loside tbe
yopes, Whea two men foce each otber for
paitie one of them mustnot be diserimia-
ated rgainst becsuse bis skia ie black.

pin fair ples. °
DECLARES JOH#SON WON OW if MERITS,

Btock a cdacce at winslg the grea e.¢
hovore shat coald bave beeu heaped ofos
s prifecsions! boxer Johseca took «
¢hance with wa, He won, There sbou'll
be ae ile" sod ‘ends ’ about tte te tle
or the masner ia wbikhit wae acm aod
Wat. 1 went dowa tryltg wih enor
eunrect corzy le ry budy to bring tee
the wortd's Leavystight ebam; fussbip to
the white rece. an bi \

paoo wonetrhtly oo bis meri sera

sane Th-te all thereie gi. Vay
sinple whea weowws bo thiak it all ons,

‘This iano me to write of roy fatace
plieecr prospects, Thet I will never at
iemps to Babt ogeln gees witheat serio.
L did everyibing 1st morte! race. 4
ptaing mssell beck tote Aghulsg fora
actusily belleved (bat § bad scosmpehb-

credit for trplog.










Lwasas good pbyticily as I wae wien I
reticod a few short yeara ago I was mis
taken, That ts another pores setiled

Smell ase for moto try to diactibe he
fight. Wheo's man is fgbtlog be doren'e
seo what is being done, be feels. 1 myht
tell you bow I felt, bas that would be al,

eThe ¢ nditious andor wh'eh we fouayzbes
were all fatracd impartial, If tho rao
wabotto me is was bot to Juhaeon a'so
It cha altitade was nofavourable to mea it
was unfavorable to the negro. We bad
woth g but cor Gate het ween ne,

dO FAULT IN LRAINING OR CUdDITION,

Tbe way Lwee tteaed siter the fixht
wate credet ta the inteltigence of the men
who sew the bateie, Nut one encer did I
see, Not oue urking word did T hear
Ua all sidea tc wae s

“Yon did the testyru coald or koew
bow, Jim, Toav’s all we erpec ed.” Lam
thapkfal that thie feo ing exucn,

Lenppore that my battio will be p'ched
ard sephbed to pleces by the ep tins
writers Loxing anthorit evend fight critice,
Alter pia wilt be made ta bow bow |
could have fought ad flerent acd beter
battle, It willbe claimed that ay trara-
ing wasa fault, Let me answer thera now
My training wasall that it could possibly
bave been, My octdilon weees g od as
fvoould poeatly beve bev, fa fact, my
condhiiva westane thao remarkable, Tb
was worderfal thet Taheud have brea
rt to tiles the physical changes that

id

Axtormy hght—it waa tbe best fight
that was leftie me, Had L met Joboson
when I wasia my prime, the result woold
have been differeat, I would have beaten
him. Asitwaes I wore wyee { down and
wae beaten as mach by the eflcctu of my
own exertiong oe [ was by Jobueou’s b'owe,

The good judges cf fighting aay tbat 1
bad no chance to wia afier the filth ronnd,
yetif you wil read over the deteile of the
Gest Bvo reundsy u will not bod that I
wae punished’to soy extent,

NOW HE FELT IN MACH ROLAND,

Wewerely feit each other out io tbe
bret round 1 waa tetiig the neyru's
stock ia trade, be was teetiog mine, We
botb ysked through ihe eluw eecodd round.
We were starting oud over the long 45
round route, a fect thet wo both were
thinking of atthe time, There wasn's &
real bard pumh excbengel in the third
rourd, not cas,

I figured that 1 bad a good round in the
fuufen. I gavcbrough with « couple of
wallopeto zy mau's bedy and Ireathd
ble fece, Johnson's mou bh wow blecdiog
whee the bell rarg at the eod,

‘The hith weaa tui:ily hard roand, My
lip wee cut along about thi: part. They
eay that the pictores will slow sbat I was
locking woi ned et the Baieh of thie round,
If s0, what wan I worted atoa * Savely
cot over the alight amount of ponishment

hat I bad takeo, This woisled look, if it
wae there, maat bave been the firer sigte 1
wea showing of wy love of atrength

Ui Joboaen wae cutboxing me in the
sizth I geve no heedtoi:. Ekoow thet at
thie time IT fsttthad Toould wia by gett-
ing tn wy beet punch to the right spot,

Jobnecu’s aecunds shen ed wildly ia the
seventh, when my oree begen to show
blood, Tole meare nothing tame. I] have
bad tloony noses and black oyes befure
aod yot Telways congeeres the mea who
gave che a plessand mdges to me.

KNEW THaT US WAS TIRING Ih 1KE

rieti,

T kuew av well se soybody that I was
tiriog ta the eight, bat] guess he picture
hime will show that 1 wes still Ugbuog.
From this p jot av€ I} the Boal rou'd I way
trying, always trylog, to seod fa some
aotef a porch thas would weaken the

negro,
Asloeid io the beginoing, I only ask
I slaved to obey the

will of the public. Had I neglected cue

single item {a wy foog batsie for conditica

T would feel that soy criticlam directet te-
wardemwe wee deserved, Ae it fs, Ibe
Neve that ] deserve eredit from wy peoples
what ja more, I feel thet I wid get ic,

—_

« )M BRINGING HOME THE BACON*
JACK WIRES.

(Special to the Werld )

Chicego, Joly 4,—The ha: pleat woman
fa Chicago to-night is Mev, Tiwy Joboson,
the * Jt.eeck Mammy,” at abe loves to be
calle’, of Jack Jobuson. the updispu'es
heavyweight champion of the wortd.

Mis. Juhne o bod the seturne from
the riogeide av tbe Hekia Theatre this af-
ternoon soirounded by tbe other members
of ber femlly ard more thao a score of
{rlends. ‘Theod lady waethe coolest cee
in the egtire theatre, When the rewns was
flashed { om the eteae, * Joboen wins, ”
eve bardly emied, but tarcisg tober
deughter said. ** Ice po mo @ ibaa I ex-

coed, Jack never iokd we « lie ia bis

ie.

be rasebed in ber ket book and
puted out © mrerags blob vke bad reeeis
od from Jack oa boar telus bo entered the
reg. Lisead

ep. Tony Jobewn, Chicieo,

« Wammy, Leau's ieee, The fcbt mer
be shert, aud then sgaia it may be forg,
bot I sith come tack to youstill the
wor'd’e obsiuplor, Jeeh ”

Bis Jubason wea early at the Cheatre
and ae med to epjuy the Pistioulesry balk:
tine Lugely. She leogbed and chatted
with those sroused ber, eod the ica cf ber
aon bei¢g defected rever seemed ito enter
ber pie, Atthe esd of the Bret round
she tured to her dough erendeskd =

Jack makes acbert Gyht of tt, asf
doa’t want bo sce bien we ted wp aay”

Mtecei Hhea sphisz thicagbout the +
wm toiog revede, 8 JY ese or twe remarks

THAN JACK




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Gur Street Pavements,

Tnx unsatisfactory condition of the
majority of tbe pavements, or rather of
what should be the pavements of ths
streets of Port-of-Spaio, isa subject that
bes often eogsged the attention of the
prees; aud ‘every now and agai # sort
of epasmodie effort seema to bo made by
the responsible authorities to makes
fresh start with tbe work of completing
the concreting or reconcreting of these
footways, But bitberto there would
appear to have been neitber any very
fired acheme for the carrying on of the
work, boreveo any very firm resolve to
complete the work atall within reason:
able time, Here sodtberea street hea
been done ; aud for no good reason that
wappacent to the ordinary serident tbe
adjoining atreeta, ofteo*in just as bad if
not worse condition remuiced uoatten-
dedto. It 11 we believe the law that
theowners of the properties abutting
upoo avg sirect have to pay ove half of
the cost of whatever furm of construc
tion the erty authorities determine op
for the sidewalks, the town funds payor
theres’. Thatberog so, itaurely can-
notbe a very expeorive work to con-
crete these footwaya, aod bv one, we
poppose, will deny the argent peed for
auch work of recoostraction in the mwa:

arity of the bithorto untouched streets.

no those streets where, duriog the ten or
twelee years that baverlepsed aiocs this
work was Grst begun by the Jate Towa
Cowmiesionery, the improvement effec-
ted by a regular sod even concretiog of
the whole atreete on both sides bsa been
great enough to have warranted the com-
pletion of the satire work saa necces-
sary part of the duty of towa improve.
ment imposed, jt nut by statute, yet by
more! obligations upon the ly eu-
trusted with the collection of tbe town
taxes and the qauagement of the town
affairs, We do not deny that» good
deal of very excellent work ia thie diree-
tin bas been dooe by the present Board,
os the contrary, in our opinion, as we
bave often contended, they are deserrin
of great desl of credyt for doing 90 mac.
nore thao might have been expected of
them, acd for effording, as Mr. Wharton
recently rewarked, a ainikiog and vala-
able esample to the etscsent manage-
mestol meoicipal aeire. But ia
matucr to whieh we refer, fo the woik of
pattleg oer defective pavements tod
sidewalks tsto duaedt ant safe sad satis-
factory condition we.do oqpsider they
=—$<——=1

As « verinicide there is Bo prepel
ation that equals Mother Graves Worm

Kxtenunatus, It bas save the lives of
qouutiess childzen,





p; GLADSTONE BAGS,

FIBRE CENTRE:

with a Siew to the epoedy completion of

the work It i not aa if the con-

dition of the pavements not yet taken io
‘

RECENT ARRIVALS, |_



have fallen short uf what was reasonably
to bave been expected ofthem. We
would suggest that this matier be given
& special attention by the Commissioners



haod was passable, or goad euough to
permit of their being eft alone fora
more convenient season. Inthe ma-
jority of cases they are very bad, often
mnerels earthen sidewalks, dusty in dry
weather aad muddy in wet. We aug
gest that a careful consideration should
be givento this matter, with a view to
having the entire work carried out as
acon as may be, as one large job, We
fancy the cost would by that means be
considerably reduced, and certaioly there
isevery civhcy that more satisfactory,
because more uniform and complete
work would be duse [In not a few cases
iMatances of positively dangerous spots
could be pomted to io the exiting
pavements , aod ia the event of any ac-
cident occuring through a fallinto one
of these, we fail to see what defence
could be offered that could avail to save
the waste of the taxpayers money tn
cou peosation.



Trinidad Rifle Association.

Tha following scores by members of
the Trinidad Kitle Association, tor the
Vice-President's Medal were mado at
E) Vorado on the 15th sustant :—

Names, 208, GO. GO THe
Rev, W.M. Springer 33 dk UT.
Max Smith ow Be SL LOM,
O, H, Rance ~~ DBD BW Bw ol,





To-Day’s Court List,
(Before Mr Acting Juatice Wright

BANKRUPTCY.
Bankruptcy of Longchallon,—Public
examination,

* TRIALY,
Marlay and Co, v Uaeer Khan, De
Souza v Nunes,

—=———
HARBOUR AND MARINE NOTES.
ae

Attbe Uerbour Master's Court yester-
day before Alr, FP, J, Maraute, acting
llarbour Master, sittiog a0 Curouer, the
inquest intothe death uf the man ben)
mip Me ¥arlsoe, who died on board the
sloop * Lule” on Friday leet, was cue
eluded, Ia accordance aith (he Medical
testimony given at the iuqueet, a ver ict
of death frum natural causes was cerneued,

Constable Bredsbaw of the Uartour
Constabulary charged Aldtredt, Halaire,
P. Lechalcupe, W, Chawbers, J. bauat-
tyne, aod A, Syivestre with haviog Keue
aloogeide the H31.8. Dee "on the 1366
fost, defore the seid stesmer bad been ad-
mitted to pratique, After bearing whe
evidence the Harbour Master discharged
all be defendante with s canton.

The British three masted sehuoner “La-
veugro ” Coptain Mairy which acrived from
bt. Kitteou Movdey “in, bellsat fa now
fouding a cargo of moluasce at this port
trom the New Colonial Compscy fur Hall

fox, .

The following prssengera sai'ed yestér
doy by tbes.8. * Prius Maurite” whieb
lott fur Venesusisa ports, Four Carapaco
Messrs, A. Ureinl, K. Calvers aod ser-
vant, George Uryve acd servant, 8 K.
Bituntos, BM, Perreve and sarvaot, J. lease,
Uvillerwo Cora, A Pinto, aod U, Bilve,
Mise F. A. Poos, Mise Cabrera, Mia, T.
Banehes sud ocrvect, Mire W, Murso snd
wofant, Mrs, A, Hastardo aod servant,
Misa A. G Coli, Mrs, RK. Rives ond per
vent, Min, TJ. Vege isvfons acd servant,
Muse M, Goussles, Mies Marin Hornsods,
and Ma. Guasales. For Goa ta—Myz. aad
Mus, Genero Yeselli for La Geayre—
Mr. Antwelo Marquez, Mr E. Herero,
Mise M. Bees, Miss Avvares, Mi. A. Faire,
Me, Lowis Caney), Mee. F, Pores hemery,
Ms. Autos Uausno, Mr. aod Mra, Sler-
tera, Mrs, A. Perreusa, 2 ebildrea sad
purses Nr. LW. Marmol, sod Mr, , He
vied. For Puerto Cabeito—Sie, Ry
owes.





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The Venezuelan trader Maria Leonor"
arrived yesterday from Cano Col mado
with & fairly valuable ¢ rigs of tides, skins,
Dalata, balaim, fish give vobrcee, and o>
cot. The schooner aleo brougbt 42 oxen.
and the following pasvengers—‘ig ura
Villara I, Remora Buns, Laedire Parares
and two deekeis,

The Jtoyal Mail Ocean 8 camer “Tague
will arrive tisy from Europe via Buta
doe and will leave the same evening on her
voyage to New York via Colombian puts
Co or and Janiara, ‘This steamer wil
holt rocommunciest: o with the at ore on
arriving and willtake sway fumis‘ed
tosile only,

The fetes body af a bay was disease ed
oo Monday n ght dese fisting in the sen
patrthe pe releum Warehouse. The usual
fz qoaret will be held t:-day tetoe the
Acting Harbour Master Mr, FJ, Brranta,

The Conetebulary Jearch ‘! Nemene’
bioke down yesterday sfterncon sod was
bus ed ort uf the water tu underpo re
pure, There seeme to be something rali-
cally wrong with thincraft, judging fram
the frequeet manner iu whack het engiacs
refuasio work, The members of the Har-
bour Conatabalary were busy yesterday
af ernoen trying to get the tguach cut of
the water, .

Inctudei in the osrgo of the 1) MN,
* Copy ecame ” which p ased throuch this
port on Mcnday were 10,000 burchis £

aDaces from Serioame destined fo- the
American market. The last report cf the
Royal Dateh Mai ieferelto the spread «t
be eo-csiled Pauama distase amcny the
berasaslantations io Suroame Forta
rate'y the representative «f tte Uanted
Fruit Co bas bees able tu fad « tanane—
Abe Corga variety —wh ch ts immnne from
the Panama due av, Lotac up'e cf yeas
ruget elapse before the entire (ra Michel
caltivall a oan Le sate noted by the Con.
wu plac.

“MOVEMENTS OF STEAMERS.

R.M.S.P. 2 ze

HES The RMS" Dee will arrive
7 here from Deterara on or alwrut
Wednesday Lhe 2th inetant, and will
leave on baturday the 2rd taking car
go for London and Continental ports
MVAGUS,—The RNS “Tague” due
« hereon Wedneeday 2th July will
work in strict quarantine a this port.

LYDE: The ss “Clyde” is due
C here from New York. via Jaqciea,
Colon, Cartagena aod Pto Colombia
on bunday the 2sth: July, and will
leave the next day fur Suutbampton,
via Barbados, bt Michaels (Azores)
and Cherbourg taking [asaeugers,
cargo and mails,

“Lue tender will leave the Lighthoune
Jetty, Queen's Wharf at 2 pi witb
pamengers for the “Clyde ”

Passengers are specially notified
that a baggage lighter to be despatch
ed to the Hiumeward Mail will leave
the St Vincent Jetty at 10 astn, on
the day of sailhg, aud passengers ace
therefure requested Lo see thal thus
baggage ivsent down before that hour

TfoBas a be R.MLS. “ Oruba * due

bere from Southampton, — vis
Cherbourg and Batbados on Wedoes-
day 3rd August, will work in strict
quarantiog at this port.

TRAIO—-Thea UMS “Atrata ts
Z\. due bere freus New York, via
Jamaica, Colon, Carthagena & | uerto
Colombia on Sunday 7th August. and
will leave the nextday for Squrhamy
ton, via Barbados, St. Mictyete
(Azores) aud Cherbourg, taking pas-
sengere, (argo aod malls

The tender will leave the Lighthouse
Jetty, Queen's Wharf, at 2 pau, with

ngers for tue * Alrato,”

Pawengers are specially aovtified
thata baggage lighter to be dexpet-thed
to the bomewar:d mail will leave the
Ht Vincent Jetty at 10 atu up the
day of sailing, aud passengers wie
therefore requested tw see that their
baggy ge ie evant duwn befure thet bour
ee

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and coughs and all aifeollons uf the
throat has uoquegtionally

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the Sth July 1910 and will leave the
same day direct.for New York taking

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YY DOMINGUE —The Preench Mail
ey Steamer “st Domingue * from
Lurope via Guadeloupe, Mattinique
and St Faia, a6 due here on eabout
the Ath July and will praceed after
wards to Demerara, Surinam and
Caveune, taking argo, passengers and
ta ls,
VADELOUPE The French Mail
J Steamer Ghadeloupe is due
here from Venexuclan ports on or
about the 25th July antl wall pros eed
after wards to Martinique, Guadeloupe,
Santander, Bordeaux and Havie tak
Lg p sesugers, imalie and cargo,

Koninksyhe W. Mawt-
dvenat
Tur Rovat Dutcu Mat
Aagrre,
RINS WILLUM V —The Dutch Mail
Steamer © Cine Willem V' is due
bere from Venezuelan ports on or
about the 2rd July 1910, proceedin
afierwards to Pasramarila, Lavre an

Amsterdam taking carga, passengers
and matls

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Company Ltd,
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LBANITAN —The 5,3. © Albanian”

AL is due here from Liverpool via Bar-
bedor on os about Zed Inst, procged-
tng afterwards to Demerata, La
tauayra, Pto, Cabello and Curacao,
Laking cargo, passengers aud walls if
uatantine permite,

Lomion Direct Line

of Stramera,
New Cotontan Comeast

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JALYDIA—The 8.5, “ Palytia” jadue
Shere from London via Larbaaos &
Grenada on or about (3th August, pro-

ceeding afterwards to Demerara taking

Cargo passengers andmnalls,

Glasgow, Livect Line
of Steamers,
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TRapine Co Lrp,
QARG ASSO ~The wo. Nargeneo be
Woda to artive bese from Glasgow
via Yarbadtos on ur about the dhet,
July and will sail same day for Deme-
rare taking Cargu, passengers and
wali~

ths Marburg-Anurs
can Lane
Pacu H, Scere & Co
AGhNTE
VEIGINGA “The BB. “Virginia” of
the Hamburg Atmerteau Line ie
due here from Hamburg via bt
Thomas on or about July Bed, pro-
ceeding afterwards Wo Carupapo, La
Gnayrt, Puerto Cabello and Ouravea,
Usking ' argo, pasengere an data,
1AC HISENW ALD phe SS." Nach
Ss awnwald’ of the Hamburg Atmeri-
can Line is due bere frou Veorsuelan
ports on oe about July wth, proceeding
afterwards te Havre A Hamburg vis
bt Thoinas, taking cargo, passengers
and wails

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Trinviad Line of
Steamers
Taisipan Guirewe ave
Tuaving Co.—Auenre
h AMRACAS - The 8.8.“ Maracas” of
the Trinided liue will leave New
York on the ith July 1810 aud is due
there on the Wad Jul
\ROWN OF GRANADA
J * Urown Gra of the
Trinidad Lige will leave for Now
York on the ath July 1030 end ls due
there on the Mtb Juiy.

ee ges
thé Kast Aswtec Line
of Meawi sre
Gu KB. Ataton & Co,
ine AvEDS
iT JAN—Theas. ‘bt. Janu isdue to
atiive here og the @th July lwo
and will leave the esuo dey fin
Demerara aod Paramaribo taking
alia Gi

The ».«,

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ARRIVALS,
Axurts Venoe boats tie
tt, Venex bo ite:
6 days, Liquerote, 00 bags coon eet
penger. ,
Bune Union. Yyenes, Yalucho, Nuaes,
tons, Ldey, C Colon, 40 bage
‘had é aus roo, ofon, 40 sort,
JAMPO ALBGKE, Venez bo, ;
Â¥ ton, 2 day. U Cola een
tantains, Ss baxs coro, 4 goats and

Passeugers.
Joun Winn, Beit flat, Syteeeter, 23
tou, 8 days, Guanoco, Ulett
Faucox, cit whor, Gurley, 31° tone
ddays, St Vinceaty af poate: th
ples, 2D sheep, 3 kage groundnute,
pote wie i dos. t ne aed
pote ne Utrles and 17
JP Ameps, Heit sehus,

2s tona Bays, Se, Carberty

: Vincent, 8 goats,
7 Cuctiea, 140 belle atrowrntt Spots
eres, turkey, 1 coop rabbite, 2
PRES Ch ge, pot ducks, 2) bage
potatoes, 1 tH old metal and“
Provibaxcn, Brit vl
f rit sloop, Telemagne,
IV tons, 2h days, At Vineent. 24 plas,
IL goats, 7 ubvep 71 batrels pee
tatues, 6 Rrougduuts, 4 bris
arrowroot, bag corn, half bag
cocoa, 1 turkey, 4 coops fowls and 37
pasacigers,
Mais Liovxonr,

Venez schur, f
rignez, 7 tone, ; fed

Hauda half days,

Cano Colorady, 42 oxen, 2 pig, 13
; cocoa, 1 bag fish glue, Vive
hides, Lbox copaiba balaau, { ales
fe tecns baleta, 7 bales
tobacco and & aba nen. s heles
DEPARTURKS,

Isth
aLri, Venez stint, Loper
wuidad Tolivan, i7l toms mo ural
$ oO and DW pavsen;
ie

wv Flav y Cost de Bonbe, 7 Ol

DANAUCKHURN, Haig Dent,

etme,

3,150 tons, Prince Rupert, 13.0, ie)
toe bouker coal By Wy, Stadiaen

Wito Rovan, Brit: shi Ba, b
tone, Harbadas, 10 hee furmituree
S0empty barrels, 4) cular boards,
1 cord Hrewood sad pasany ere,

Saksmacca, Dutch star, Vanderest
ZU hops, Isramaribo, part oo

‘ard cargo —
Royal Datch M iD pewongers, By

CopresaMe, Duteh str,
2,004 tons, New York, dus bags Tad
cocus, 1,178 bane Venes cvcea
brle natn, a ori les bitters. d

x bundler tine, af bales balata, i
parcet gold and 4
Woyat Dutch Mail, Pawongers, Dy

Manenpies JULIA, Vanes
Janera, 4 tons, © Colon,
phys odse and 3 passengers,

PALoka, Vanes buat, ardiverez. &
uns, ru, eunadr:

r 5 re Y phys sidde aad 5
bn Urit oup. Dyncan, 2 tors,
Grenada, sundry pkgemdes and 4
paseen,

ir.
Vunu Sones wchar, Silva, 1) tos,
O Colon, ry pkgs mdse and 19

Cirra bE Thuis, 1
‘kina, Eb! *
“ZIG lon, La Guazrae NU Vowel
Faeexvonk, alfett alogp, Clowden, 19
+ OU
Bipawengers ndry pk gv inde and

Haasaoot,

hor,
sundry

Closing of Mails

Mails fur Urenada,
New Youk uy the ied “eget and
Gravada | will be cloved on Wednes
dey the 2b July ats ae touk, pan,

levly. Newspaper, Movey ‘aud
Resisteet fu clogs at 830 pa.
ur

Dominion, Antigua, 6, Rite sie
muda and st Jobus by tle s
“ Dabome” will be clused ag Wednes.
dey the With Instant at 10 colock au.
p re ly Negietration vious ata?

Mails for Jauslea, Colug
York by the MS. “ gee tt
bes closed on Wedoosday Dik
ipwtan t at 1A ficlosk as

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cloves a vay sad

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they must fully meet i
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days tuiuon, .

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moto s than any fem! urepe,

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2 Mere ¢x eosive growing of plaintiles i9
thanking the order; toobvieteths pesent nrceasy af
| age y importing plattuoe from Venes |
ueln

“which” Is published elsewhere “in this
sate,

Col, Collens sald they were min tr
obliged to Dr. Fredbolni for the val ie

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AT Advices from Barcélona atate that | its future possibilities in the highest i ‘ Li NM
f though the engie tion able paper Mr, flar a reed in toto
& repetition of the rlots upon the an | teri, All things conwdered, he bad a vey Faseleney th Speaking « “Plan with the paper and expressed surprise
niversary of the disordera that took [| as yet seen no place supeuinr to Trini- batog the very Isrevt tuneh Fe hat ever | thatthe planters were slowin adopt
Piece last July is feared and fleneral dad for Agricultural and other pur. bee any where wae at Blanchtevense jas, | ing the better methods which had bern.
CABRG& QE =" | Weyler ia mal ing mulitary prepara. | suite Ile wished them all continued | week Inwneon oale at a sbop aad wae | 8t entideally demonstrated to in
ve tions in anticipation thereof, The prosperity, + cwo, he beheved, by the schoolmaster. superiur, bey therefore had te look
: Cabinet is “holding daily confer | The Secretary aleo read a letter fram i was really a migniGcent baneb, 1 to the rising generation to take up the
* ~m GENT’S ences. Mr J oo Rorer, Myo alngiet of the PESCUASION ON NUR UR ASE mnatter.
S E L. E C { E D A L. |_- H EAR f STRIKE OF COLLIER AT Departinent of Agriculture, acknow- Mey Horteaid bat the main qvostin wax Mr. Murray thought thatthe only
KILBOA, Jedying the secretary # communica whether the Dur grass waaon the in- | Pout that be could deal with was that
y Leather Belts At Tilboa a generat strike of colliers | tion Ilo would, be wrote, vallngly crease or not, If it was not it was use | the question of labour had bees ene
" re waa begun by 15,000 men on Saturday | join the Society as an Uenorary Mem leas to fight shadows if it was on the | Urely forgotten. More could ba done
® * and is extending. The Churches and ferand woukl, then gladly serve on inereaes Uben it should be got rid | to prove their cultivations reper il.
? ~ts Convents are being fitted with iron the Committee of Plant Piseaves , but af agit waa no good for cattle or else, | ly if they could get the required labour
i: doors and it is reported that last years | he didn't eee any reason why he should It was notat all prevalent here, but | Mr Hatt said that the new meth da
hi B fl ] k refugees th Fiance will returia become an ordmary member allthe samen wateh should be put | ¢vanced were pot a whit costher than
ile fowa ily & ae, armed when disorders begin, ILI TRATIONS FOR THE PHOCAREDINGSK, and the General Cullivation Com. | tae old,
j MH, WORCESTER NaRROWLY The Secretary sand that he had re- muttee take it upto-weeif it was onthe | Mr. Murtay vephed that they couk?
5 6 In THE * ESCaPEs N a SSNS TION. qrived a att frou, tbe, teoverpment | increase, [fit Was not on the fnerease Bot faboas eed OF bad planta wihs
’ ~ — ew York, July 10th. Printing oftice for OF preparing a thanen the | 0ut Jabour a Was not a qs
a . Advices from Manila re et that | the illustrations for Dr. Fredholin’s ib could do no more haru Cocoa plantas

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paper on “ Bor Gra’
the last: Proceedings. Tf they would
haveto pay for these, they would bave
to atop illavtratione of the kind,
Government
charged the Board of Agriculture,
therefore he thought that the Govern-

matter,
The Governor ashed whether he
Tipp, Ubought the cust te Ligh

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dir. Tripp waid that the Government
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at
Oe Murray agreed generally wih
Me Hart, but hehnew to his postive
knowledge that both cattle and
goats ate the grass before it bore
He théught that any ove who could
inform them how ‘to bord of

Ta grass instead would earn their
highest gratitude, ‘
INDRNTORED LAWOL IR AND PRAVG NTI

BLE DIGwABER,

De Masson stated that since the
reading of hie paper he bad been
soppled with certain data through
the courtesy of the Colonial See
retary which showed a matked
tocrease in iecent years of ¢nky-

tion of wagea at all,
would surely do mare for their t allie
valiona if ‘there was the required,
labour,

De Masgon bumourousty remarked
(hat he had tried to help the planus
to get more labour out of their imudcu
tured fmmigraute bat they dul not
egree with bia,

Me Murray—Ob dear Bo, We agive

With you, but [think [have explain-
ed the point as it affects us,
1 peers being ho more business, Hin
Kacelleney thanked the membaa for
thet attendance, The luecting was a
really important ons, thanks oe Dis,
Fiedholm and Masson,

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iS, treatnient, 4 Mr. Collens asked for § onth's beara
315 ft Fl oO "iT w B a d I 4 1! "x 6 Larbados, 19th, Elarbadus, ith Mr, Lerustein asked whether Mr, thie wastes thowgh it was feared that which was granted, "
7yVle vOoribg Oards I ¢ “af “Tagua” from Southampton ar Major the Honourable Joba Alder Tripp was postive about the fact — tagnoes ‘The Hast Iudian Netional ; | His Lxcelioncy :~since you have
en tived 5.45 a.m, Burdon, O.M.G. Oolonial Beerstary of [that the Board of Agi ulture Bot T Congress bad written to hie atating { been gpod enough to Kraut lowe to
¥, g: 6 F TAWUS PASSENGERS FOR Barbados wasaworn in yesterday mero. Ptbeire for nothing ¥ - Shoir Intention to publish the paper an | Cvlonel Oolline E think you will te
ml 3 ect, TRINIDAD fog a8 écting Governur of thee tland, | Mr. Tipp r-sure, Mindi for distelbatjon. gaually good to me and grant ine leave
ms { seliss Wood, per rgerer Cadman, ire yar Bernstein s bis net, il teation “Hla ,_ Bxcellency.—It in very in from dina iis of August to the
be . r —_—_—_—_= ran oom *
beg For Sale by Mather’ Medlinney, Mr Smith Br. Of gu Brent thet if the sta pdt Hredhoin Mtated that, be bad | The members then dispersed,
le ie wi .
ee . . LATE AVIATION MELTING. |THE AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. trations could reasonably be done frev plesnine but ince biefally recite te |
4 Ww je -_—— of one should, as the eres Wore « “IOTe 5 AN: OE -
on Trinidad Shipping & Trading Co,, Ltd At the Hourtemouth Aviation { There was « Statutory imeeting of | wade more valuable if they sere iMus- he pyaines ie itn vamnetires sould: be
E * . meeting M. Morane received four the Agicultural Society of ‘limnidad | ttsted, He therefore moved that the done hy sthis Society Hf they worked PRICES CURRENT.
first prizes for speed, height, sea fight aod Tobago, held in the Governora | severoment boasted wu. have uch work | hand in hand wilh the Medigal . .
P — Sey apd Roneral merit, Bir. Wars i HDR Private office, at the “ Red House," govetee of cont, Iy, Frdholm etcor ded Department Tle moved that ithe New Yorg — July tuuh
aecond an ¢, Graham Hi Se as * mol On wae carr ec, 2p raat u ¢
. INIDAD LINE OF STEAM ERS Mr, Alan Boylescondition is alarm: peutasday. ayerpoop, The Bee ieuey Me, Tetpp refered to the i erserdt Government Yions! proached | the ’
ing. sresidine There were present tircoletion of the Procecdtiga, and reventible disease of the island, Dr, {| Mlour, Blended Cloars for Weat
oads fund Tra! tad, sarryiog Throagh Fretyht for Tobago and Ciadad Boliver] A SAD DEATH, .. _ _ } gresidu VAL Mate EES, Ue. Bred’ | stated that thers w sont ¢ cin aidemen: | Qincear seconded. Indies perbarrel oo Baas’
i A despatch from Sohogen “statés [pits He Ee Murray,” It” Caracciolo, [ for them, Ia the o as of ihe at icle« Mr Murray thought thet the} Meal, Kitudried per barrel $213—¢3 9)
: PROPOSED SAILING DATES 1910, that at the funeral of Herr Erbeloch W. H, Swanston, H.C. Warner, J. Me | & Witeh Beoou” Uuey bad beea asked to] Government bad theraatlen in hand | New Season's Pork por bil—No quan
b Stomua res Lesve Arrive Leave Anive bus father wes otcicken with ppoplesy Inray, 0. KE. Drayton, George Trost, | forward 100 wpies nino d in convection with the Health Ordin-| Heavy Mess Pork per brl 264 ca
Nd New Werk Erisidad “trinidad New York, and died from the effect of the shoc J. W. Arbuckles De. Wick, WoIL LICENS)D PRODUCE snors ance. When they, the planters, tied Crystala per 10UIbe +u
WFNOVGRANAD May 25. — June Juco 18. = dane 26 | through bis eon’s death, Mills, Col J. H1, "Coleus, J. "Mode, | | A letter wee weir d fom the Calooial ta enforce stilogent rules (though | Sugary Muscovade 80 test 10D 3.4)
MAACART =~ June 8 June 17 2 Suue 35 = day 3 ANOMHER MONOVLANE TRIAL, A.B, Carr, JW McCarthy. L. J, | Recretary with refeeree ta Liceve d most necessary. from a wanitar:
ADY Ying 3 V Jane 23 Jaly 6... daly 348 Advices from, Copenhagen atate Bernstein, F J. Le Blanc, J. Bink, | Produce Sto.e, whi bh vutjert wee de stand point) onthe indentured line Lugish Island Molasses
NOPGKAN DA taly 2 July Te Jaly 0 Jaly 29° | that Herr Svendsen bas flown across J, Morrie, WO, Jardin, J Lock fold, | (vaved at the lass meeting ut ibe Be ets. wtante, and leaving the fees labourers per gallon—No gq .
CAS” toly ora Jaly 22 Jay wv Aog. 7 | the Sound a distance of 14 miles in DM. Henao, with Mr Kdgar Tripp ae| It plated cot smoog other things that todo jus' as they Ihed, the indentured | Cotton, Middling Upland
ADA® ialy 93 “ae 2” ‘Aoy. ia Aog. 18 | 3t minutes. fecretary ” . there waa a deorgise cf thse abops Ly 49 people got annoved over it and left at eee per I adn
ENOFURANADA Aug 6 . Aug. 16 “Aug, 2. Beppe 2 NUATARY DIRIGIDLE BAL The Minutes of the last meeting hgt- | witbin tbe iast year. . the estr‘ow to five outside of it as} Exchange, New York and
BUag: Aus 17 1. Ang. 26 hepr, 3 Kept. Ut LOONS, ing been circulated, were taken as} Ia rey fo His Excellency the 8 cre ary | goon is the: could, which whe far Loudonwy days + dt 38
ADA > Ang, 27" hept. 6 Sep, 14 Sept, 22 4 company has been formed in Tus: read and finally contirmed. staied thet be had showa tbe lotto: from desirable, 41 they could make | Exchange New York and
NOVGHANADA Bet, 10 1 Supe, 20 Kept, 28... Oe, 7 | slafur the construction of anilitary DEATH OF Mi. J, B, CAHKUTHERK | in question to Dr, Heres who ra sed the these rules to operate oll over the London wight... = 485 34
ESCay” het. 2b me pt oe Oor, 8.. Oct, 18 | dirigible balloons with w central gox: His Excellency ssid, that be was} 7Westlor, colony, then they the employers of | CocoaN, York 2 1or—
ADA" Ver 4b Oe: WM vo 8! Uct. 27 | dolatobe armoured and provided sure that they would all join in, ex- THE CENTRAL EXHIBITION. indentured labour, could easify carry Lonpon July 19th,
mn re 2 me with arrangemente for shooting down. preasin Abelr deep segret conseqient A letter from sedate Secretary ont the necesen Instructions, In Demerara Crystale
amet 10 pee wards. * 4 , was received acknow ng @ Ok; reetions waine way.
Mt abcve Steamer call at tha Ielaud or Brenada both way. THE QUEEN MOTHEI AND THE | Qinetent Dismeton’ of eerste | Srike near ec kvom lodging bolding of a | oe iavernor mail that ihe walter perewt . .n 176—168
eo . KIN, Government Botaniat and buperinten- | Cestral Exbitiuos next year in Fur of. had been referred to the Buard of Susoovado
AD SHIPPING AND TRADING COMPANY LIMITED Thw Queen Mother has completed dant of the Hoyal Botavis Gardens, | Spsto, aud requesting tbe voting of the Agriulture and it wae subsequently Floating terns in Bond
gH Brosdway, Now York wad focact Bune, Itlalded, B WE er removal from Buckingham Palace | W449 who wasalio # meiber of the|frmer snoval grant tothe foviey of refered to the Committee dealing | ugar] Perowe —. IRB ite.
. ‘ and will spend three monthe in Den. Huclety, They bad Jovt the highly and | £600. with the Health Ordinance, and + | Gennan Leet 88 x f.0.b,
= ao mee Ta rnnrnmmenemnacenns Imark, starting this *week, ‘The valuable services of a hard worker and Les since been referred, he believed, berowt, . iy
King will yacht for a fortnight after whom be might say bad Jost ble life THY BANANA VOMMITTEL. to the Immigration Department, He Java Sugar 0d X Gibraltar
© yisiiog Aldershot perbs: going as | 0P%, ico with us, ft was thought § dhe WEP F ot the Savane Conmition of thought there would bave te be or Chaunel for order doating
a far as Dartmouth and Plymouth. tbat the serlous Hlinees which broweht wbteh Ur, Fredeolm wae Chsistuso end eprcitic Iegietaticn, but, certainly the teiroe per ewt, ... 11/45
e SSPAN AND COMMERCIAL ved ‘Weatls wee due to ex ‘aren Myr. Cerreciuio wee Recretary wee read. davernmert would not let it drop, Demeares Kum Now, per gal 10~1/5
p tchee Mea TES. Tobago, where be had wadeortensiva | 18 eee the Cone ea tet, hold be Oe dart, sald that he bed tretotled Trinidad Joooa, d Middle
* ches from Tokio noun Cocos . | Sraste a A. ottloer a, rewt ... eae .
Ww EL AT'S THAT?; tet rouse bas been giv, n of the latins overthere: ile tele that wey. iverament Ferm sod sleewbe ©, other Shoe bad tose “oes e MOmarece es Coton, edum Kine Hea a
termination of European Commercial had lost an energetic sod able officer | 3a0a0e cativetinus with the permbson study the question aud who had | leleuds at Liverpool Now perl, hg
, GEN A Uratie focluding that with Kogtand, ho gave tiem weful expert adride, | of tbe: wrere ; (2) to write w Bs, Pestle, roraised ta send biw a copy of bis | Hank of Kayland rates of
UINE DEMERAR. DEATH jor ROFESSON MAT. | Vaich made hia services must valuable f hel yu Ds ee ‘Sieeus re’: report as woow as it wee ilisbed Discount - = BS Har cent.
. waed 's . t t Console ‘s ~~
hit Uu m The death te announced at Copen- holog seything eis, that it would ts ket ee rae ee a a" the Hociely wave it as eoon Be bw received Three pee cunt lentes Wt wm
of Profesor Henain; on _
; e b | suember of bby. Hage Gosre af ke: | Pro 7, aud roqueat, the pecretaey” a | Hlaveuus sndcther foes ard 3 ches ses | O Petroleum Options an 3p
‘ bitration, aehaet 6 their condoleace to the be- | #™* tousmit ee be ome wered i fleai wi b Mr Milis thought that i¢ would be | Weetern Oubelds ae ind
GENERAL STRIKE AND TILE tleved relatives. the F vic ladustey gecqray. . woeful to ese that in the course of the Louden itib,
ty) NO FAKE IL Iy THE GENUINE STUFF, NATIONAL RAILWAY Many, members expressed regret, ba rryuerted to eres ane Me Featio new reilway extenslous ‘the Govern Gitields discount toi par.
. IN. sone Caeew the ¢ ualari
sill frm Pa 6 Gaue duioa and Molasses, | meevizgetS! tone gun| eetzeesee Gerrans | BL wie rea EP" tcing “peduncle san 18 decouut oy
e 1 | National Hallway Union has ordered long after his buiral. Mr, Ue reololo seid that (hare was uo or mosquitos while tb a veded
" ageveral strike following the com- NEW NEMBERS, qeestion ; we bad the frult aad the iedas- other peoples places to see Lhat nu such renee
is nothin, better to refresh than a yood genuine rum | panies refuse! to advance wages aod The addition of Messrs. BL. Merit, | y wee Wvereoaiag yearly, TP xlely | culsuuce ealeted (laughter). ~~ 7
j Tak elrosh you than a yvod g ameliorate the general conditions of |g “it Drayton, Dr. th F, Laasalle, | seco. He could tol thet fium the Dr. Massa thereupon inoved that ‘
Othe tp ys, Per boulo Gbtausble only at the employes. Julian Rust, aodT M. Peel ‘to the | deressing demand for plist, Ibe paper be forwarded lo the Governe DANG 8 YAMBD VETERINARY
DT = REaxe MONUMENT TO GENERAL roll of wembert was announced by | Colonel Collvos add that thesatads of went for spy possible sction. Me. REMEDIES
‘lang g "Ques M, Douwergus hiaiae of Pututo| tbe borer sicelted fe hengl’ tol tig Gate | Metrey reread” tad ‘us reiun
. NG OF ie LETTeas, thendec. @ Ld i. '
$540 Feublhmeat Corner Queen and Ubarlotte Streets, Instruction, | yeoterday | unvelled a | Letters from several gentlewen were | malice eveld aise pvsliebly enquire abess | Vie erried ore none is. {Ifty Mtable ood stock
. monument to Urneral ‘Montcalm at read expresing pleasere oo having } ibs labour re quived. ORLA TION ANU THK COCOA INDUMTHY. ie ad,
RE EXCHAN Git SqUaro. | dlstrecledty Prasoccnnaun aah. koegineeg oeleg alte pony | Tereninm” sawed be Kaa | arcuuve and. laeegaiog pope’ | gemttt qt, Hentwe,are cony
oe . erected by Freu: sub- 2,0, W. Barrett, who recently eon. | Ing the uetfelsecs of § e ve @ Ti ear
ri . NGE Marino. qu ecriplons Areplcacf ths mony Me his two years speslal ser: ag! wideotog iis wnga te ae te easenregs ihe | ' selection sud ihe Oneal Takssey.: { SNGLIgn Paanttid?

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stfon you were to pl on thosd f bebly will not Leln order to proceed ¢ certain” hoa i . 4 7 7 cent tm ORper rent, «
mar—-Veu the absence of Mr. Jastice Hudsell, Uf among thes are mayen oan ‘ SELECTION AND THE CAQAO oe om Soon Tthier thee

Davids 1 further ask you «pow there has bee beeq, nd y INDUSTRY
ee Wun THE LAST TIME modification of thle “Commison sp heap an m apply at all bowrs of | tl ow! lemwom wrbieh erect anton ted
~ and night, - = ~ —- . ic ol
by islt Ufo Loe ene oe that en pointing | Lhtwe of Ite meiibere to form comsary tor there 2 llcanta to be ° 4 Dn A FrepHotn Santa Daring hay tnade a wonderful '
after . 1 working of arrale, pb pram Dut lon't recollect there | examined and admitted by the Ae ; - --+ gress [6 17 it furnished 0m
aoa and finding no objection fn Fin une the nten fothte part deal- | sistant Surgean and this te pro- Sw To increase the beating capacity of | [bs and leat year we find il credited
rgo there and Theis that be shontd f thoref office af Chairman. Lf] ¢ided for in tute 5 under headibg t. the carko trees, and to improve the | with 32,0000 Ibs, an inccease of
‘ ober eadthat Ge saw eochof the | Your Tre nehrow out the suggestion for] “ Assistant Surgeone”, Tear ‘1, . ro qnality ‘of the product placed on the oxacly 7 per cent. British Africa
cere separately and there le no dif. f * cra From my experience of local con mark should be the tine of avery | shows r., oreatent, pr rene of any :

Mr. Wharton : I may otate jist for] ditions lam certain that th be '
ieeein jue app ication of the ‘nes | ‘Le information of the Conjmaion | of the will constitute & As wai ic - | real te Reine if the off | cent. to 6210000 Ibs., or 11 t
feat Have you ever bad to work so patents will constitute a @ intund erecting more commodious pre Hegre inl rocthede of Hendon are] an inorease of 11 ¢ per cent ric anw

(although [do not propose w tate any | relatively | lai on *
w rules before 1 ONO none f cart in the discussion) that it is witha { total nuintee ot Wally edeaterare | Mixes in lieu of our present Store, No. 4, Ring Mtroet, we | coalinued. Tr ls aot eaoegh to how | occupies third place'on the WEeeing 4
L was going to ath JOH erence | tales aeeian tata theJudical Com | The admterion of patients has hith- | Veg £0 potily you that we shall bo movidg temporarily into] tlut s aseno t laa carse Mant but | por omt ahead uf our colony The
me modification of some kind rou tints aid not preseide, and when Sie deslotant Burnocen The ieee the building, Noa 26/80, King Stteet, Known as“ Tutn- mau Luce thet tt ‘eof a Lind Mkely fal producers in thie territory” The
TET weno foqulry, fee wae ne econ gucted the Surgeon ts alwaye called into eee | Dull’s” Store, commencing from. Saturday, 28rd instant, | to. de well na the soll end in the sar. | utput of Cubs, Feingndy Po and the
gue consider It untalst for the bead | any rata there wav nbtigation on the tyctem bins alwaycowarked matictes | Whele we' Shall coutinirs to serve olients until we can enter | comain yield can be expected from ity | tocluded In the It DM Is laeniahed
hadepartine 1 to ne es part of the Chairman Lo be presentat] torily, and even under these rules ie | Into our vew building, . and thal « rertain yrade of cacao will | by ‘other counties whl did net
eee Tarte of thea PoNo. | Tie enting “Crease at erring | etkeerbee ait outain ducing the joe frat froma te Deane, Gale | ore Reidel ist ad aan ie eet
ofthe da 8, « . we! ¢ rae . " x
What i the seer your atele? auiry Ondinehee oa eon fe En. 2 all hours except between Oand it Puring the time of removal: we orave the indulge * quite. To selection | ieadue the many nave raered mus gldee puters
. Ns of nD mm, * * ve Vanielt: » he total production has rfsen fro
juming tberw were, modifications, Fas | “If it is the {ntention of thls Rule of our ©ustomars shoald orders not réoelve the usual prompt fenit wees attemperate cimatea, "The TNO ck en iiaew cin gp
ye lave alwrys endeavoured in the past tu give. ants cultivated as pa have

mn enobled by sunitearmetbad ( ros<

: . fertilization je alec resorted to in order

We shalt have many good bargains to offer from our] to evolve new and superior strains

stock during the time of removal which we trust We public weretully preserved andy vropagstnd iy


















































































































































































the above sefaared: ta number of the
Wert) biti Committee Cicutu
the weld consumption cfc ica ris
wiser as 42700 00rdba, Phe -tockon
hond at the end of LHR, arc sling to
thiw same fubleation, atucunted to

to usurp the functions ofa chairman
veyond taking a note of an uestion (5) to ensure the aeeing of the Real-
dent Surgeon of all cases that are

to be referred to him, and in the opin:
adniltted 1t will be necessary for bim

trn of the majority of the Ooinmidsion-
ers, they were quite competent to pro to be on duty every day practically
for the 24 bours,. »

ceed with the Inquiry
Tita view le aupported by Rule 6

think they were
“ TTRIVIAL MODIFICATIONS F
[he rejection rule was most impor-

a.
houtd have mentioned in
sod belt he was saying anythin.

Me. David : Of course weare bound

wut it that he bad modilied Uvo of f by the decision of the {majority, but if] under heading “Assistan in general will take ad ve of, nyeane Of budding or grafting Laltle 1 15,000,00) Ihe ageinet (7.000000 at
srules ?—Yes. Tmay beallowed to add Syetion 1 ns”, under Shict Assistant ony 8 . - vantage of . of this ipportant wot hae Leen done | the eud of 1806, and 100,000 ou Ibe at
Yousay the operations should be § shay say the appointment of & quorum Be rejected by the Aseletant Sure : . on cacao. lt hes beea recommended | the end of 1007, showing that while
formed in thé morning rather than J does not exclude the contemplation of na with the Approval of the Teusting to be favoured with jour usual orders, fron tine to tin, been experimented | onpsumption le jocreasing rapidly it
the afternoon *--Yee the presence of tbe Chairman at all teuident Hurgeon", ‘The cases re- ’ with, bot it has never been undertaken | hae not kept pace with the locreased

production of the last two years, [n
some of tha newly developed cacu
producing: 10Us Hew plantations a1:
being star asonually and, as these
cour junto bearing, the quantitive pro

a Bo'clock cooler than Oasa rule in
ics P—No.

Vikere anything in the rules th

event operations being performed In

+ cool boura of the morning !—1f you

> on aby extensive scale, Mr. llart hae

- We are, long im one of the foremost advo

. cates of cacao fting. but threes far

hie advise in thie respect has not been
heeded as it desers cor

tneetings, It must be undérstood that
the Yepot would signed by the
vhairman,fand lit was for him to sit
right through, because the duty of re-
porting devolved uponf him, ‘in'con-

jected are those who do not require
onpital treatment. and are large]
made up of patients witb teivial ail
mente; the apply for admtssron at
the

all hours o} Way and. night Yours truly,

rtedaat 7W0 you would ‘not finish | eultation with his confieres The par and it would tmean therefore ° . The cultivation) of coca bas Fdiced will continge to increase, <>
‘ore ¥. ticular section of the ordinance led him | that the Hesident Surgeon would , PB P, TENNANTS’ AGENCY, been greatly extended im many f tbat it is an importaat question to
jo you perforin all the major opera: f vo think that the [Chairman ehould{al-] be constantly summoned at al . z se . ’ parte of the world within late P both planters and consumers as ta
se yoursell ? - Yea, waye be present, and if he could not be houra day and night to seé [~~ ° & jears, and, although the con — whether fature cousumpton will keep

pace with the probable enormous in

diner operations were performed by
oreass in productiva.

asistant Surgeon.
paaay that youphave to start at
J aod you could not finish by 0?—
domloal operations take some times
otothree hours, ,

prveent, provision will be made for tha
appointment of another Chairman in
the same way as the original Chair-
man, vis, by amending the Commis
dion of Enquiry,

NEW HOAPITAL RULES.

aodexaminethen, Surely thie duty
ashas hitherto obtained wight be
safely left tomy Assistants, fully
quelited medical men, who when in
oubt always consult me
Under thie rule (5) it would be

- [tbe time must come when eo keen a
o Manager. competition will take place and the
pentita from cacao cultivation will be
come eo einall that ouly estates pro
ducing the geeatest quantities of the

ELGELL JOUNSTONE, sumption of it hee also increseed,

Thope thatthe Agures just quoted
will justify my opening nmarks We

o
will now consider what lhe reslt ot

San FERxanpo,

Neate Die ek te

[e
| Ieteanh gad arma siapcrmaaeee pa fina arta eG apa, 2 sate sapit, temi tae nn, ome nn dh tht ce Nee

fow often do you have them’ —° Dr W.£ Dacwent, acting D.M.0. impoesible.to do operation in the beet quatities will be able tocziat, No] thickeen competitio owlih is cs:
out two or three a month. of Lacarigua was ealled, mornogs; this will be most un- 18th July, 1910,—2w, matter with what care dnd at what T dently so nentat haud, walleadto of
fave you found it impossible for the Me, Wharton : Have you, Mr. fecre- fortunate, aa, in my opinion. in the SS nene fexpense a planter may cultivate hie F wall venture to predict that the fhest
under youto attend to their | tary the letter of De, Seheult criticia- | interest of the patients all opera. | by the Matron and her aseistant avd | Tesipa*, estate, nothing will aVail, if be lds P result will be achinge au the gradin
es though distiibuted in thelr vari- | ing the new hospital tulsa? . tions of any severity should ba done | %Orke efficieatly and satisfactorily. | In the Mauer of the ddmio’s rator| not the nght kinds of cacao A mit [of cecao; there will benofmore Trnidad,
swards (~No, it is not impossible. iite Secretary replied affirmatively } st that time. Tbe patienta a, The time at my disposal ia so short Gemeralss—O dimavee 1902, 9 | Cullancous lot of trees, such as are bow | Grenada, Venezuelan, Ceylon, San
fay [take it shortly thatexcept io | ind banded to witness the following the of the anxiety of having that Ihave beea constrained to limit ” od met with on estates, willeurely lead | Phome Cacao ete, but well defined

a
ny reinarka ‘to thove Rules which, in } Io the Mattee of the (luods of Rampersad | the owners to run Qu the othe:
my opinion, wil seriously hatwper the — Dore seed, Jatestirt, hand trees bearing large crops of 4
proper woking of the Sostitution- —= fine grade will meet ail campotition,
liway state that Ihave had po op- f Avcrioy Bate vor Toranay tira | Lt coste nu imore to care fora tree uf a

Ppottunity until now to express ag ALGLST 910, BETWREN THR HoUKS | Rood efrain than for « mongrel
opinion on thei workabilty. In oF Lamp@pw Although I have pu desire to pose as
making these representations, I bey —- & jesetraistic alarmer, yet, 1 thiek,
to assure Hu Excellency that 1 am p BLIC NOTICE is hereby given thy | thavif we consider the Ayures which
bot actuated by any contentious there will be nut up for eae by Pub ic | Che table furnishes un, wo will feel Unat
spirit, but solely by a strong sen © of | Auction st the: filve of the uecers gned| every cacao planter of the colony has
wy duty and responsibility ta the pa | Hort-of-Spaia on Thanday the 11th day of reason Lu feel yomewhat uocertain ae
tients under my care, . August 1910, betweea the howe of ] sad} te the future of cacao cultivation as
De. Clare proais on his arrival po. nuw imanaged. In it is given the 4
from leave in November last, that he All wod Singular that pamel or fa of /O8Ca0 crops of the world for the j ears
would ducusa the Itulea with me, but | laud registered so the Keal Prop rly Re | lela and It There hae beeu no
be did nat do sn and { was great y eur: | gister ia the Uthee of ‘he Regiateat Gene. [Other reason for selecting theye two
pused when be informed me a few | rat et Vo! 70 tole 337 and eomaisny (6) Feats, but that there atatwlics wire
daya ago that they had been passed. | acres Lathe same mote ur lese aad det] owadily available, the first being taken
It nay be thatif had been consulted, } veateu iu the diagram atteched situate 10 |frow Herbert Wrights work on
these Jules inght have been so modi- * the Ward of Lower Caroni inthe [dand | C4cao, and the se ond from the West
fed a» to obviate the present appeal , of Tuosded ard toucded on ite North by | india Comunttes Ciacular of June Zit
to Ibis Excellency, lands of Chanee, un the South ty » Koad | tis year. Lhe jer: entages havc been
I have been connected with Hospl | reserved 40 Links wide, on the East. op | Worked oul iu cides to faciibate coms
tals for the last 17 yeaté, and it niust | lands of Jaglell by landsof Catjneig aud| paraons ‘To catende: our own colony
not be considered presumptive if Leay | by Crowa lends and on the West by s| liret, fod (hut ld yrars ago Taunidacdc
that I have an intimate knowledge off Koad reserved 50 Links wile, supe furvisbest 220% .0002 Ibn of cacuo
the working ofa hospital. Wath the | to the cleus of three regs ered Con-|Whtch was equal to 12%oo of the
expenence which L have acyuired du: | trac ore- tutal ca ao pidrect, and in We
rpg that loag riod T niust state Ale alland S bguler that press cf laod 51,100,000 Ibs. equal to Mda,o lls
that eome of the Rulea are utterly~un- | stuaste io whe Ward cf Lower Csroni in| Shows that allbhough our cocos crop
workable, and that they tuust result | the asd blid sovtaicing 5 aces be the) bes more thau doubled, yet we have
in decreased eftiaency tn the working | sumus lite wore of lem delueate! aud | fallen behind 16 o/o 1 the total out
of this Institutloa, witb the abuttale aod Lousdaies ibere t) putofthe world Ati cents per Ib
Lbeg most respectfully that in view | sbowu in the pian sucexed to Crowo] this means a loss of $75,620 00, Lao
of the above representations, Hie Bx | Grant at Vo. 21 foo 477 aed wbulthig [the amount Which wecould now be
cellency snay be pleased to re-cansider | ou the Noh on audeof Heerab, on Lua | adding to our ancome from Ube cacuu
the ltules to which | have taken ex- | South and heat on Crown laudy and on the} Mdusiry if we had waintsined the ald
ception, West by a Rowd 50 Linke wide, percentage. Irimdad w one of the
Ihave, &. Add 2 all avd Siognler that picoe | POHeErS In Cacho growing and large

letter3—
vor.

vatietiea, no matter from whence wail
ve grouped togelher on the markeia,
each baving & diwiinctive value of its
own Then estates producing dae
grades will shtp uncdh p ther own trade
marks and thetr produce wil no long or
be dumped with inferio grades from
the same cegion and unter a tau:
rial pame. This colby tavern
the prnapal cacao produ dag cua
trissof tha world, Wall it reavains
when conditions change? lt deponds
upon you, the planters

Your t ommi we on Researched and
Kxperinents, on which J have th
honour to serve, is-cogiiz sot of the su
facts aad has theretore given ticet
Place to an experiment which opens a
lie of investigations, wheeb, ab is
heaped, will dead to the puppovement
Yea cacacos Tondad, [tia only a

to wat; until the afteruconu and are
io « much better condition to bear
the shock of a serious operation,

There is also this advantage that
any bad afterelfects which may
follow will probably take place
during the day when they can be
more rapidly and effectively
controlled,

trom the point of view of the
operating Surgeon, especially ina
climate such hkethis, the morning
is the Lest time to operate.

This rule (8) also introduces an
unnecessary diMculty with regard to
the allotment of the cases to the
wards. It wil mean that the cases
In each ward will be under the
care of three or more Surgeons who
may pay? visits to the ward at
the same time—a condition of
affairs which (thera being only ove
wtaff nurse in each, ward) must
Jead to oonfusiou and inconvenience
fa the :work of the ward. The
present system of allotment works
admirably and satisfactorily.

Rule bw Rute if literally
carned out would be an ideal ane,
but it weald entail many boursxof
closes and continued work every
day In my opmon this close
scrutiny is unnecessary af Lhe cases
in the wards are under the care
of men who are fully qualified
aod who are under the obtigation
to report without delay to the
Resident Sucgeon any case pre-
senting serious or unusual ayrnptoms

‘ cla you point out that the
a ate won kingg patisfactorily ?—
CoLowan Hospitan,
léth April. 1910,
the Honourable,

athe Volonial Secretary,

at have the honour,"Â¥a accordance
Awith the suggestion of His Excel-
alepey the Governor atan Interview
which he was good enough to grant
Ine yesterday, to enbmit the
afollowing observations on the
wv" Rulea forthe Coloniat Hospital”
awhich were published in the Royal
aGazette of Apnl Lith

Many of the rules are for reasons
Jwhicb I shall state below impractica
able and I am impelled to take the

earliest posmble opportunity of

pointing out in what respects they
were objectionable,
qsUnder the heading “ Resident
fiSurgeoo” Rule & Thin rule exacts
wJthat the .esident Surgeon should
abetween the houraofQand 1] am
Aadinit patienteand alzo makes hin
wtesponsible for the examination and
athe gilotting of the cases admitted
and forthe records of tha rejected

cases.

L may here detail my routine
ork inthe morning, und these are
agduties which must déne jon the
~mornipg.
fm The ltesident Surgeon has directed

charge of the Surgical Wards—
male and female—and also of the
Private and Observation wards,

%

be Inspector General :—How roany
yawweek you bave operations ?—
+ bare Lwo regular days

these take place between 0 end 11?
ioswe dv operations in the after-

ee

1D,
Yben do you do the post morlem ?
‘pat iedone by the Senior Aesiet-
, during the day when he has the
st convenient hour

annot that be performed before the
ration hours —St entirely depends
whoa death took place.

teChalrman —The post mortem
ald bave to take place as soon as
ble after death °-We haveto get
| permission of the relations ia each
ecthey have to be communicated

sj

ast step ond ofbesuxperiunents ate

pecled to dotlow which will go mate
fally ante the subject Beery cacac
planter lissing at heart Che progicss
ofcacao cultivation, and consequently
his own prosperity, should lead tis
ivady arsistauce to this work

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pe sooner the pos! mortem takes
eethebetier- Yes,

ba lnspector General —Asa mat
of fact, it 1s performed on the pest
7P-oYos, in some caves,

vow, with regard to death at night
dremoval feum the ward to the
rtuary, you say no doctor views the
lg before itis removed fran the
sd to the moituary “—

Ca person dics at 10 or ll o'clock at
bt and was removed tothe mor-
wy, a doctor wouk! dot see it until
of So'clock in the afternoon ?—1t
abd be seen by the Assistant mat

Le
light there nut Le a mistake P—















































It is to eclertion that we toust tun 5
for eens of bmprowng our cacau,
and & invite you attention to that
eubject. The trees fouud ao out ca ao
estates, eepecially the vlder ones, ar a
mostly heterogenous an cba ta
made up of many varielies aud of en
namerable ciosses ~good, bad and
indsffecat. Sucheonditions sre net
conducive to anifoumily of cco ps, an d



These are the wards where scious .
dple sometime. faintaway, Doyou] surgical cages, operations, and ather Nule & It is unreasonable and (Sgd) KR, Samet LT. fof isnt atuste im the Ward uf Lowe | Uracts of laud have been pr nibved tO 7 gesertion which any Bample ot beus
tk that sult ient’-Is there not epeclal cases are treated, and which fmpracticable toexpect the Resident (To be contenwed ) Cavolin the Ielaa: 6 THoided couten-|'y bie which of plan wit yea ao wilh bear out. ’
'¥ great risk in moving the body] naturally in the Interests of the] Sutgeoo to frequently visit the ———— tnx Gucrcs be thessud » tittle uure of | Would have raised I te a a pigher | Krom auvther point of view how ‘
@ the hospital to the mortuary atients should bave tbe constant | wards at uncertain hours during leon dell eaod and with she abuttals ond| plane. However thie is now OF] aor, this atate of affaies nay yt ve

bet of the servicse of an{ the day and right, iv addition ta twuodarica thowo 1a the plandrawe a. ftie past and cannot be rene bot sevtinable value Aug the

SALE AT AUCTION

wbout being ably tosay whetber the . *

mon is deed or not PMightit not} experiencedman, The care of theee] the other duties which bo has to Crowe Grout ot VI t9 folio 160 endfdied. We must look to the (- Tagg wien of cacao prescnlca the

~ur that some unfortunate person je} wards takes up a good deal of time| perform, —FOR— abutting ou the Noch wpor Jends of |ture and endeasvout to learn Whal | aiates there mit be seme whi it

soved from the ward and dies in? asitis necessary for the Resident Kagoonauur, oy the deuth aad Eaet upon | oomitions it usay present, what eb DT yeeLother stains ino vagouL in sett

®, mortuary ?+'The Superintendent | Surgeon to dress and attend all bia Surprise visite are necessary and FRIDAY, 29° H JULY 19°0, Ciowa Isoge sod va ibe West ups a|lems are then likely to face us aul | aility for diferent kindest ula, ard

ald see after that. importantoperation caves, Itisnot | Ste always paid but this fe surely a ‘ aT— Tisos 50 Links wite early devise ways and means lO sols [iy sentance to drought os moist
mattee which unght be lefeto the AT N.B,—Phae is Cosas Cu tivaiog oo [then It appears that neatly allt | pom these trees we can, Ho doul

ur, David ;—May I ask what was
@ hospital rule before Dr, Doyle
apged it!=1 was not at the hospitat
the tinie,

We, Alcazar -—-\When a person is
ten to the mortuary, what happens?
ets placed ontbe dissecting table
d wrapped up in a sheet.

Mr, Whatton —And haen’t the ‘doo-

upuaual for & serious case to take up
halfan hour of my time for several
moroings For these reasons it takes
me a considerable time—at least 14
hours—for my morning visit.

I then go to my office and read the
night report of ailthe serious cases
in Mospitat, siga daily requlaitions
on the steward and Dispenser, In-

“LA FANTaISE.”ST ANNS

NAVOURED ly iastractions received
k from Mea Cer aches (leaving for
Europeith: wuderrig: e¢ will effer for vate
the whole of her vs uah'e Hourebold Far-
aiiure aod eff0 @ 41 bretalase order, 61t-
vietiog of —
and adnnaistrative-contiuually arise, |UALLERY @ SITTING ROOV Buick

there lands, the old cacao producing countries
Dated thiel8 dey of Jaty 1910 bave suffered a sunilar fate and have
tO ASL PULTER, bol been sable to maintain their pr

Aotg. A lwiol t aiui-eoeral, vious high percentages, ‘he youth
competitors are inore vigorour aut

have abeos bed & great share of the
market, E.uador and Columbia | then, establieh there yielding «a

. . whch were the leading cacao pto it i tb de of cacav th
Dumrestio servants’ ducers bare lost 1720/0 and ovcupy | Moduce are souie of the laure yot

ducretion of the eadent Surgeon.
appieriate the necessity of
making he itt dent Surgeon respon-
sible to the Surgeon General for the
prover cara and inanagement of the
lospital, but [eubenit that io a large
institution of thie kind where all
sorta of emergencies - professional

prek excellent imateaial for stock
planta adapted to each and every con
diuun, sod on (hese wecan gett our
sVaiuwof Ligh bouring and fine qoali
ty, Many of these probably cxiet on
the estates and to record them, study









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lal even before he leaves the pererey tines reporias’ vive d ober. the Hesident Surgeon should Pe aul: snd umbre'la Tee, wows ob tre ames . eye” paw, second place. suoe lira new to be done,

owed some divcretion and Jatitude in oun, dech eb e wee

ade Ee rule fy both podse tee ea nor oitel ard ele inedioate the performance of hie duties, ie is and ‘. Annual Sub:criptiva Ball increase of 88 o/o 10 13 yeare Our pBeuctantly [foal it thy dnty to us
dnicant furgrone* 1 you kaow | {hawatdsin waich diet requiremsy | Feeryaulbl far the proper supetia, | DRAWING ROOM—Sie and re eset —e— * [iter chong the Wont adie have us ona Rs iu biccee a
em well !—Yes, » | immediate attention, endan ge tables, chitea, rected chals, mus STEWARDS: han wa have, their los.we being | easy touney producer fur any vue 6 La

you agree that that is correct | gL Then 1 visit the serious cases ta | Hospital and for the care and treat: cadlea, pleas stool, oentie ond vide} up Aeraarh rate than wa Lave, Het oe totginn sue soe wored ol cacantt cn

retation ofthoee rules by the | other wardeandtake the opportun-q meut of thepatients, He shou! carpete, pictgree, lorkebelrer, ore HF 5 | 7 FO THs B nd bee leapt | but that om the omar fot ue

available at alltin.es for any duty . ate D. Millingtan Mr. Yearsoul rapidly to tbe front and hea leap

ap ete nemorendoas?y Goula ~Uho oe now engaged ia their morn which, in his jadginent tents. best pINTG ROOM — Dinlog table, dining Mr t B Bib ip. t Mri. 2f aibw ote from | FE eee eee S eupirs Ser ar rertrive mae pasuntaking tre
Meyer make that reading of them ing Visits, and of seeing aud examlu- in the iulerest of Ube patients, an room chaire, compee dinner an me Cen 18 g Herran orem See ga Theme and tein | afair interest on therapads wy td
y reading the two aules together f= ing casea with them, it would be of no advantage to tle breakfast sorviees, Gl a ware. 6)p le ERS ay rd. Coorg [ a ¥ A TAR ca Reduce vitpcuneatae, and hoemt tie the sw
spot Lbink 20, Ou two or three days a week I do him down to a tine table, Tndeed diemer sideboard,“ dineer w geod, | ie Mr So A; hyde, Br Veaken (ome of my rt 1’ ! et. has who refuse to heed othe var ate
TheC : tts would so haniper bim that the earthen wart ee ete Mr, Liedwar, . [colomes of Portuyal, Venesueta has ; w an
cotta interes te we tbat U se sortase seding Vamediats welfare of the patients and the geo- BEDROOMS— ron bedseads complete | Ott, Ware LB added 48° per cent. 4 Ite reer wt Mau be muy be vy bbeongh te wd
Loyou by the or eon General but Operations are, of course, operated eral management of the Hospital e déable and singe tviler ot», was” , B, He maa, C,B Giddard the world’s markets. Jaytt has wallen ey dnemeuteet rep wed
0 Would not youreel? in your own onat any time day or night niust necessarily suiler Coetinda, preases, dieasiog tables, towel seeident, beeretary, | back, while Ceylon, the pute f eye | for Kesuer condpalition we ay aed
‘ding of the rules, have ered atl; Inaddition to the Gnthos detaled It seem to me thatall necessary | See ce er tar mats, boot acd clolbes muaxrco indlgs, wad ibe French Col unin have jut pees cone sti wa eT
st interpretation ¥ —No, {eborve! am required for many thiogs and effectual control and safeguard | i reek * Eup ea , tee Wall 1 all increased their cavao production, WA ft tbveu has ations yuhdbul i ane
Alt. David asked what they were to (0-6. inspection of supplies from co are provided for in the otber rules to | DAN TRY —Hi ter, ice ches, ureat cafe, aU de supptt aby Me Lovers Bard you Uhoy have lout fa their percent of dross t may be uv ertos and
wet the next day wiractors which at Vinee TE flud-asd | which 1 bave made no teference. broome, _ i We the above Bewards hereby gotity ise plainly the Laweutable effecte cf | seuceiely hope Chat much istic case’



Under the beading * Assistant | yipcuyNn teben utensils, coveisting



Mr. Wharton Tepled either under- to bein accordance with contract? go public that bill elven by the|sumejdlemic. The Witeb Lironu and thatthe fulucw will dieprow my















\unlfin Burgeons" Jtule & itiq practically . . i
pe tee tae only 1 Administration, | consultations, Ghict ‘Dlepenect on iuaporal ble to have thie wards ready ‘oudee Toon Donate wll (ome, off om he aed] abe Ie, asia reeqoosiide for the | predictions — yet wenlemier, gova
¢ Commission then adjourned to] ‘various administrative matterer) &¢ 7 am. for the Surgeons, ALB be \ Hors to. el arda ate : *
3 a'cloc! Ty 1 Matroo, whom 1 have consulted, | ,, "ER ‘Lie OYCLE, PONY, | mabieg every effort to give those sho en aD
Be etEvEspax. | diferent oubjectconnecustwithibe | sates thal 23) a. the pout ee | Se eben ad Rabversyred tabs | SIEM Ute Tt clcheg he aeied ee tgp, Pile
‘ 1 and other matters . — ‘ : Biz ese |
rouned yertenie ration of Enquiry dre are difficult to detail, In this] bientbour. SAR me 1, vo wend ie their ib erlptlone abtio earii- / 88 6 1 wre eELSt g
{tbe absonce of HMisilonour Mr. A. | way my tine is fully occupa the als 19, Ile sory important, that Cosh bole del rub ope "Lube crowd and eS Ceour Producing Coustrier, Crope in 1907, Be ts ore bs ~ 2. 6S
Russi] . . @ Senior Assistant Surgeon abould. te delivery. . > ed :
Bgaged, a i oo finbe, whole moene ts alvo fully occupi aceording to Itule 9, have charge of Terms, Cae ¥. J, 8COTT & SUN, abate mae Pe Par prowiions, We als > . 8 z = 3 27 2
\udiwe General, took the chalr, ree] ed in sceing my patients snd io operation roouw, instruments &c,, ort Anctiovsers, oo Saslar to le 3 roar ted to / ~
sarking that the Chairman would | visiting the other wards—satisfylog | but it is very undbwirable that the | x, 12 8) Vincent Street, fur clue Tr ee ee etteetlOn | trinkdad we. Baw Goo Miwedwo ter oa
an them atier he wasreleased frou myvelf that the pati nta recelve pro- yagne Ofticer should bein charge of 2th July 3910, " a goa’ ure ee the fori Heeador and (Cluankis wand BF, GF MGA HST.
pit dutles, rcare aod, treatuent, correspon: Post Hortense is ‘the prinelpal Tha ‘Leon ope opie te the entrance t+ | 1042 Boe tae oe Te praibe fore Meese Order Behiih West Ladies olan u Bn sewed 8a “ i
e sating assistant and at an me ata 1. . ' i 4 mon hoy
Me, Dend eee an a denopand other duties which I ooting the tetoporary atvenceof the ———— ——————— ton at the dogs, ae your name fe yusr Vortagesve Abies a 18,4 O00 Tine THOU Ws " ue 8
a, L would like wo cel) Attention to The carrying out of the sequire- Resideot burgeon qntehe be, called | . Peo ” Vosesecia 2 Haunan i " 3.48) nD Bo Oe
spalk wieinie mctnconzection | inemieot hindtse(s walivactcaly | PL Teen guutets cue we « WIGIORIA INSTITUTE, fares Oe et
nee of tbe Chaicuias,, make lt ip very objectionable and wholly in: | = . — wh oman 23 ToD Le
tet ead ratte unnecessary ain burgeon toe ee else during corapala! jo with the present practices rye fewieg outjeus are taught at . ere a Iqdet ou 20000 = aeuo 10 °° Os
Weare all ancioue te oe toqull y. t ee et cie no advantage in | of Surgery. It isdiMeult under or- Ube Leatttate . — OR SALE —Lhesp Cottage 330 C sede | preagh Onions (Amezlocs suena 07 wa
POPU ae possible. ‘But on refer 1 4 Lutlog Ube [tesident Sergeon should |, dioary conditions to ensure ssepele , pegtish Oomporitin, Shorthand, Type Bireet evuteleleg 4 reese, usec! out aed Alricae) ese ab nee OT» was
sacs bo tbe Olin ub On re er: ne! Hee sce Wetwoen Vand It an of an operator s bends, but when the wejtieg, Spaeish, Freueb, Bark-keepieg, | beve a, shower-bath, sewer installed. [ gatia D singe ve . Wm OS, FO yen Te
Peas Leb It was the tateation thew | ihe majority of tbese cases are pnurgeun has duties specifically god Daeing: Uresquakciog, Art Noodlework. | Cosh purrhesse will seve wih © bargals, | British Alrps . tas 01 SRENNGO We
a ntijnee! a! M ‘ot | pet 6 n tb . '. - _ oy
ite Jonny Ba.one Chairman who wae Lente sent Up froin, toe eee est oom the diMoulties are in ‘Sits eCLawen —Knclieb, Asitamente, | Scucwene & 00° Binse Bq ure Gers an re woe yo - Bawouy 13, it.
# quewtion SOF bern et Fhe wad and selected bi the D.M.O0| measurably increased. It is obvious aod Drawigg, 08 Mondays, Wedooe | Pao-e 1é4.—Jely 3 Im, Geracn Casals ws -, - Swmo.mw bo 1a
$4 to whether this i ereafier arise ore f-ppaln, men of long expert: tbat under these conditions real aod daysand F ergger” rey Orher Coast: bes . 1,20 «40 6. 40,900 Vou o
ter, L heve the Goreng was regu of Parte! or’ headiig ‘Patients | serious dauger will result ta macy Cyopat Ssccwoe —Teendaze at 6.15 p a Fe ae tu
bon inmy band, and aller cantina | ‘Hale 2 10 appears Lo ne the inten.’ | of the cases opereted upon. Onc seraal Sxorsox -Thorsdaye &16 poe . 170077 Gy CUD — 4eu,u,Qw '
the section of ine vidine ioe aiden ton la to restrict the admission of Under heading â„¢ Dead Dodies" Rule Layerany ane Dreatawe pb S.- . - er RITNND eye
yiulah the Governor acted. abd that iu | cases to thove bonre to Lam.) If 11. Thie rule Bot seems to serve Cui teeth Dely, Wife Notice. wy BEN T— Outage Nu. 106 Frederte rei To Ke Invested,
overoory upiuion 11 was for Ube | it 1s found possible Lo cerry thie out } any desta! Petree a we ee in RxAbING AND HMOREATION Hoome—Ojeb _ Breas The bang looslity in uy.

ive on | bardly vn t!
the Fork alee ren dariog thee Thovpital are seen wt least three times oily.
that

Wellare uf the Public that ap mquny “
hours will be to creat be a dey and there suc advantage iu — Adanittaora to ihe beotloes are [ree te
whether it wil

Would be Leia,

” 1 guweon to be.
tua fbereture { George 1a Hane
direes WY poMmussion ec. and

Alexand
u " be ebatiuaa echo seid Commie
' +s ia vi thie direct! a
&s X me

ND?
: pat ep

Peas - *

° — Drew lug sud sroows, 8 bediwuare _
[ ae 7p Nowe ie pevie sey ou froat end aie see hitehec, satvant .
acy jest ovnes cud I will act be reepun | room, bainreom ond sowornge Biecteic | 4, ON OWN of Conary se
sulle tos Bry dain con'reciod by ber Hight ins alied. lamediace jermentu.— g2 OOv ary) cope

we RLERANSR DNieu. Rt cae At AN S| rah ole Bundle ic
ete july bse. Geren Mtreet,—taly Wh Le

posai! oning a fs: nt) view the mewtecsacd Awoletes
pe eae, m Nesd body of @ stfent (a. night fre Pub aciip' tom: Assoglotes 26 per quastes,

10 overtake it during Cats ig bas | q watlp) whom be bes p-ouably eeca Membre $F saneell:

Hapoel tg abort time previously. Under pres Tha Tesdtaia hopes fram § te 10 ous.
Bina a ions ef para ts catoouiteue ule Guly W fretforumed aud fens t40 W poo dull

:
—"NO,. 9.299 VOL. XXIX!
TO sMOKEURS.

ce BO Ot es



For Salo, __

OR SALE. -Selliog Off Patent Iron
Â¥ Bale, counters, glese erecs, shelviogs,





Fund,













haoging lamps, fat mest dishes, fence Total amount received tow-

f der tozes, wioea-te, | ardsthe above fund to 30h
oH BF NRY C | LA. Y & COY’S wn eniaaies, Bod savdries “at Noa 46 cone” © stove fun ° gov 4
. - Marios Square clately cocupled aa Ross’ | Jobn de Nobiiga (Arima) 112 8
Bore. Large enamel bisine and plates | Peter Lockbart 68
going cheap Jane 201m. J.N. Brierly 050
Pon eate: wid2 Pony ~ sous also A. E. Harragin 2 5 $

hyred Park Phagios with pole | ost
and anate Ip Vorlect order—-Apply to FR, | the Jack Johnson Cablegram O14
Uf all tho Leading Brands at the Ward Santa CrneoJaty 1m 2ee munities -——
woe BALE.—A Uront Bargain —Covos | Ag there are atilla few amounte due,
STANDARD HOTEL Arpiy abetiiend, Leo, Toetores | seme witnoctaeay, eT
9 aoay iShoiw. * same without delay.



ee Lot V9" SALE. -Thas besatifal Dwellioa

DIRECT STEAM TONNAGE iter pijicl rat ee rae
Calcutta to Trinidad,
(JAMES NOURSE LINE.)

will mire” with a bargaie, Acply to
Epwarp Koyo, Shop keepe, Arima —
oe es _ ~vecer :
{NHE undernoted Steamers will sail from Calcutta
during thefcoming season ;—

For Sale!

--0- -

FIRST CLASS

VICTORIA,

Aewert Sryle.

por SAXCE—thetwo s orey bwiding
and lenis situated on the Carlpl-
chaims bigh roid, @ good ouslaess atand,
no reasonahle offer refuses, Apply bo A.
Alleyne—Tahaqatte—Jaly 2-2m
70 < BALE —Unil bred mae Uletooss
Dus ty arres Kk by Lafayette & large comfortable
“ Englivh Victoria; oa American Phaeton

Jaly 7. mm
Jeave on of about

8S. “MUTLAH” 25th Augaat wee 4th October, .
BS. “GANGHS® 1, ath October 7th November, | sapybleol seating Mead asarryallial JUST RECEIVED
5B MUTANS om luth Deeeaber AOth Janvery- Tieph George, grom, at Me. Il A

BS. ' BUT we Qlet December |.
Sd. “GANGES” oe Qlat Jenuary
Fos freight rates and otber pattioulara apply to

The Trinidad Shipping & Trading Co,, Lid,,

a
Apuith women

~FROM-

NEW YORK,

CRONEY & CO.

ICE HOUSE,

Aloexuc'aremdscos, Si, Orale, Jane 24
m.
yor SAL —Ae w qviug cousin) Tos
entire Sock intrate aod Gxtures,
alasscwwen aod off-e furniture of the
Tioat Pheemacy vail lately esrried on by
HL. 8. Adame at No, 27 Onarlotts Street
obliquely opposite the Exstern Market,
Port-of Spain ~ Apply bo1 Stichael liamel
smith jor, Solitor, 109 Queen dtecet,
Port- ot-Spala—Jane 24th—1 m,
wWPtadts FUR aaLE.-Ua Jot of
O Isnt 100 x 50 feet, aituste at 55,
Carlos S reet, Woodbrook, containing 1
front rou Il fee? x2) feat, aad 2 back
rons 7 feeb x Wi feet ia good condiuod
No rsasensble ofr will be tefoaed, Aprly
to W, STEUMAN ARCHER, 64, South.
Quay.—Jane 21-1m.
ror SALE—Deleghituily ool and
bealthy reilence a» Maraval contaia-
ing drawing ead dining rysms, 4 bedrooms,
f ont and back galeries, and out othcee
complete, Qoe minagte’s walk from Bt
Clartermicus, Apply to W. F, Stat.
dart, at Messrs, Scepheoa Ltd. June 2tet
a

30th ry:
let March,





OTICE. .

TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN.

12th Jaly—iw.

FOR SALE



20 Avreyw,
Cen'atning 1,300 fall Beariog Trees.
For particulars pleas apply to

ANTHONY F, CABRAi,
No, 9, B ao.dwoy,



Mr. Granam Lecenpre has no au-
thority whatever to transact business in the
name or on account of any of the undersigned





Secure Your Tickets

. Ju'y 16th~—Im
parties. - ERE ITS TOO LATE ‘Oil oO i Oil
. mmr } as al i.
. KDI CHS. DA VIES, EXC U RSION 4] HOSF whe are on the tracka for Onl

By hor Attorney-—4. C. DAVIES, TO SAN FERNANDO

will do_well to ccnsalt







W. SIEDMAN ARCHER, + | 00 Discovery Day 1910 (Ist Ang) J Mat Batata 3 pbk
By his Attoruey—s., U DAVIES. A fair gpportunily af vetting
. CONSTANTYNE RINGELING, | “OSs = Rubber, Rubber, Rubber,
By, their Attorney—A, O DAVIES, Faro .. ‘ » 6Oc =
PROM 60 to 2000 acre, Land
Tralo leaves Port-ol Speis at 6.50 a.m, adaptable for Hubbers
Retura 845 pm, J. M. DANURADE,

boanterbary Sitieg Band will be In at>
tendaore,

Dancing ete, of arrival at deatination,
fw- Tirbetsforsaeah McCarthy's Drag
Mare, Predetick 2 Duke Stet, M-. |,
A Y Harper, 80 Duke 8 se0t and Mr OH,”

No, 24 Bt. Vitcent Street,
Opposite Geseral Prat Offce,

BEST STOVE FOR TRINIDAD. —_Opvoate General Fat ivfee,
Wanted to Purchase.

NEW PERFECTION BLUE FLAME COOK STOVT








én Cil Stove that will do Padmore, 2 Kredirek Stree, Part of:
pain.
hi n> Stove » ]ido - ye ~~. 4.+- +4 QAMILY HESIULNCES{, od localit
anything any . FO » S | 4 I with 9 warrge ipweledo
md do it better Pako:, v 1 Aloto m favested B49 09 on Town
a, y . ard Culnee, bo
Ross s, Toi's, ‘Toaats Heats CHEPP. roperis. Fer uay ESCA TE

Do. 4 fe Vincent Stree,
QO, porko Geve of Poet Olbee
Ju y oth—Ip)

TORONTO

NATIONAL EXHIBYION

AUGUST—SEPTEMBER, 1910,

the Wash Water anttho ad
frens without = Dueipii g
its heat through the room
to your decomfr,

Building Lots

TUNAPUNA VILLAGE

(ST JOUNS STREKT )
Water Pipes on Land.
Arpty by Jettee °S" GueettusJulY

Weim

FOR SALE. SPECIAL EXIMBITIVUYN TRI

-—— 3 UN or TRIN
RENTING scree of lead, situated A Dal OACAX, to all stages tres

du the Ward of Montecirat, afl planted | growth to manatactore will he mdeat the
is ances fall besticg trece, tound-d with | sbuve Exbibicion, when itis alsa prooneed



IY NOT FOUND AT TOA
PEALERS CALE OR WHITH

West India Oil’ Company,

Offices. St VINCENT STREET Telephoue +51





LUCIEN’3 CHOCLOATE

' wy ! ode the Hon, EB} Agusti to divabuce ¢ f Trinidad Coeao,

Cree eae code diate Grito ecrantl other { SycO-ramarty tn Fen tt Ck ve la ety say ep ows

» FL comperivors by the jury ot the CANA DIAN NATIONAL EXHIBITION | ula Peeper srvly, to the, © Hed | Uade in Caco Letwoen Csoate aod ibs
ONTO 1909 “Better and cheaper thea others even at bigher prices | Mebaredge,—Jare 23 —lm, .

etaled « verywbere from lo upwards, Wholesale at fio por Ib from el Phaoters are fuvited fo exbitdt commer



celal esap'es la comp: tid mn for tbe awards
oflered av” the Esbibittor, aud to suppl

Albort Lucion & Co.

A Grand Concert

y
Cocoa Denters & Chocolate Manufacturers, any qusotity cb be willicg t
HEN VE ofc Street, Port-of-Spain, =i AID oF THK fur duteitutlon, 2 7“ "e'8 tke
: tatiresHENL, ‘ ‘
et pasate mire sHes Watiwity tootety, AN such saupise and cootnbathes

OMB iT oo THURADAY, Zlactes,

seo!
At tbe ened [erte Benet ad be seat im pe so0u es porsde, but,

$a aby ows, aot leter thas the 2b Inet,



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6b somell fgare.—Seh | Se. Vingont Sti ee),

ledge that there la gerrally one thi be breaklest table pa ey TL
ith the bnowledge that ther r jaz oo! on kfast (a . _~ —
T thet most particularly sppesis w you, Liat we piaseieetare “Tt ALNGL IX kA U B ttus
whe ‘sHele BRAWD Wewmioe1," Providion, Govoa Notico.
loular drove tor a particular dish. Badass te dose with the AND ~ ITUE pub'te te heceiy metibed thas 1 do
Boece ees ds Bulte gee. heoe Ducinors wee Fiyerd thele pcepentive gust aca | ORAL SS1O°! MERCHANTS rT wet buld ‘wap rell 1, worble for any
pro ound secret, vebers otberwhe. gre vee tera” at seas’ Ro 4 Hienrr pteect a Ut debts 8 satronted poy wile had
Dur dete fe to bavetbe “ . a LE te Gsivecea'ly specs ated ATI4. che having hfs my baues sad po
wursll 1 Leo mee the ular sone raul (ue aie fotenee -eeker te have . . jean wichoas any jeu Cmse eines the
Ubet particular db aot ouly os particular eveals, 00 Hogeleth, byA 4 alt Microbe Killer ‘tonene Me
Mares 4 ° BANH
Tho Engle Factory crgageme ate | adn gat nee
, te Co, Bey thet lier, J. Trxetts, 3, A. Urt x, a w 4
pron tet Sia ob elue iv by tetedl atoll wn eopceug Ucerere. . on bJaly, i930,

uly 10sb, 10M — 1. Get it at Bewlin’s Drag Stare BULA T BAAUSSO,

TRINIDAD. WEDNESDAY. JULY %0_1910
“The Constantine Subscription | A GoodBargain op beasonable Terms.

At a Bargain,

— avy,
SMALL Ce COA ESTATE, ur Bratwen, Norton ei pea

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OUBE and land for oale, 2 lote of lacd

aod s beantifal dwelling house pita
ated at Relle Esa Road, Belmont, very fire
fovatity, fru't trees ete. Pr $2 400.
For farther portlentere anply to No, 89
poke 8 reetto J. Younu Harreg,—16
Jaly in,

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toneers, Valuers, Estate Agente

duct and Accountants, a
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Uovernmeat Railways
AND 8S. “ NAPARIMA,”

5 -——

‘Public Holiday,
DISCOVER Y DAY,
Monpay, Ist Avcust, 1910.

—_—_—

N the above date, all Ordiawry Pas

senger and Loos! Wovk-day Traine
will rua asususl. A Midday Train wall
aleo be rua oo the Vaparo Valley Lice.
connecting with the dcwa and up Mato
Live Traios. . .

Workmen's Tickets will vot te issued
on this date,

Returo Tickets for dis‘ances of twelve
miessod over issued between Friday,
89.b July, and Monday, lat Angus,
jnctusive, will ba available up to Tuee-

Augast 21d,

as veusl

Goops Train-—A Goods Train will
be suo on the Sao Ferasudo and
Sangre Grande Lines on Saturdsy 30th
July. No Goods Tratu will be run oo
Monday, Avgust Ist, but oa the fol
lowiog day alllioes will be served ac
usual,

J, W TOMLINSON,
Acting General Manager,

Port-of'Spain,
4th July, 1910.

VOSEPH GONZALEZ | pescess wucuinn seas 2s x} Cook Quel Lenk

o Henry St. & 47 Marine Square,

Knamel Saucepans, Pots

and other KITCHEN USENSILS
ust Received.

L.0,GRASS KNiVES
AUHICULIE Rab FORKS
SPADES, GRAVEL SHOVELS

Rope, Riding Saddles and Bridles
BEATRICE & OTHER STOVES
Cart Harnoss,

Siuglo Barrel B.L. Guos, Howe's
tealos aud taper Bags,

NUBBIJICKS PAINTS,
ZING AND OILS,
AU as usual CHEAP!

_ JOSEPH GONZALEZ









ah, . ~~
Lransfar Drug Store,
Orposits Traxsrea Statioy,

Fresh Drugs, Reliable Dispensing
Toilet Requintes, Seeeie, Contec fonery,”
Hon ges. re

Nighs Beil ep ibe Frederuk Stress side.

fubuo svived upto the r
Palisa sey eee ie th ‘annig of the lass





Notice,

NUE PUBLIO fe bereby noid
T L wal nut boly myself rrepoeniti iat
acy orter exesuind of ULunwess Urepe-
sued by Messer P, Roverte, sobe Keane,
or Evens Wairg s, ia my see or to
el ° tee Bee Hive End bilebment,
J beng ne we
wn fy Oueeeeted with





Wa, MoCLEAN,
St, 6—Las, Bea Hyre,.
DENTISTRY

L, S Meikie M.D 0.0.9

(Howard Deivereity 0.8.4.)

al ecies Seon, Opposite Tows













Juve t2tb, 1410,
DENTISTRY
wo Dr If, W. LYNCH,

‘acuced oa mod. oct
Prices Puone prt ta ahbee sand Pepulet

EDUCATIONAL.
A

be consulted at No, 32, Mari —_
entrance oo George surest No. 6, Bqoare

Smith, Robertson & vo,



Bx SS, “Salybia"—from London,
QW) Bile CEMENT © Peters,"

my | He SS, Maracas af New York
36 Bales of HAY, .

GAUTIER BRANDY —ie all
Oukdeie Ne, IOLLOMANGARINE—
8T. BAPHA

eT, RAPHARL WINE
Ub euegedl o «
FIRE BRICKS

SULPHURIC ACIO—is 5 owt De
2 eons AVA 2

sda Seren tuawe
Wieon tit

“the Royal Hall
Steam Patket Co

RMS,P

——— >

“ TO sn om om Sth Angust
TAGS" wom S20d Angast

** MAGADLENA" ... 19th Septr,

“CLYDE” a October f

1a Mtb October
ae Blot, Octe,
«ee Boh Nove.

* ATRAIO" ..
“TAGUS*
“ MAGDALENA" |.

Sort Sallings for Pto. Oolomb!: a "

Carthagena, Coldn, Jamatoa &
Now Yora.



‘TAGUS”, . July
“ORUL A" we os aes BOA Aga
The above steamers will work fo strict

qarsntiog at this port,

a annette
DAILY ONE PENNY







T, GEDDES:

OFrERs ron at

EX 8. &."DAHe

16 Proms LARGE con."
erces
St eR
arrela
175 Dege PUVGURITE
WOLP FLOUR,
BPLIT PEAR,
i? Canns ‘eb BLUE Now
20 Boxes BLUE NOSE tie
Ea, Recent Arrive
58 Cases MATCARS, fm
2, SOllb BLACK TH:
*. BOLib GREEN tau

Bxeursions to Ragland | $3 Bes snncer ott
IN 1910,

SPEGIAL? REDUCTION
OF FIRST{CLASS WARES.

RETURN FARE FKOM TRINIDAD TO
‘SUUTHAMPTUN £202,

Fisat Claan Return Ticketa st the above
‘abtractive rates will be Issued io ron-
Bettion with the Company's Mal
steamers leaving Telaidad or the fol-

lowing dates only :
S8-bh Augusel9U | 10th Septr. 1910
dod Augnst 4, Sed wetober ys

6th Sepir, 4, | 17th October,,
3st Uctober 1910,
lab Novermter 4
2ab November ,, .
These Ticke 8 will only be available for
the retura journey from England by any
of the Company's Atal) Steaworr leaving
Soul Lampton, ae ander ;
26th October 1910 | 23rd November 1910
Mtb Nore, we pth December 4
2tet December ye
Passeogers are requested to nota the
the period for which theas tickets ara sveil-
able will not under any ctroumstances
be extended.

Fasvengers are recommended to pecate
their becthe for the return joarney imme-
diately upon their arrival ia Koglaod.

For ali further information, apply at
the Company's oltiza,

MARING SQuaktE
Port-of-Bpasa:

Talking of “BU you
ever tied.’

patative merits of *Cenrachy'e” brands
wid other wakes of ram.

The two steiking facte about ‘ Camacho's’
branda are their exceptional gondness and

8 Huceele KAW LINSEEY
heccd 5



zd
9 BROADW,

inidad Mi

BAND OONC
Four Row

TUESDAY, JULY "o

HE regu'ar moathl VW De
giveo by the TOLtck
Hour Koade will be bold oa Tx
(Goh, ag 8.39 p.m, â„¢
Extra care will ba provide
adiate the large ana der of
mayatteod thesama 3 _ am
Ww i HO

~

BALATA TREB
SALE.

20 BALATA TREES &
lands oa the Mor
Qaarty Road, South Napana
olfered for ale, h a
atendiog purchasers mays
ep TOUS L





Moroe Dud

July Z—1m, ~_/
Tor".

THOMPSON'S EXGHHE

SANGRE GANS.

(quellty considered) the exseptional cheap: | OISCOVARY’ DAY, I'd

CAMACHO'S

TRINIDAD

OLD RUMS.

The firs be due to the fact thet al)
* Camacho «” brands are from very hae ole
wel'snetund tumeand the eccond fact i
due to ibe large ever-growing sales o!
*Camachu's’ sume which enable bim to

keep the pries cf each brand far below the
level of ite quality,

Always Ask for‘ Camacho's’ ROMS

They ave nist PERFECT
J. J. CAMACHO,

Cor {J .
puosnaise eory & Prince Strects,

(Gold Aedalist and Demonstrate
Sleharry Dental College, USA) *
a7 Frederiolk: st,

All teenches of Uptodate DENTISTRY
er

YOUNG LALY teaching F,
and tpanish at woteraie feos tay

OFFER FOR BALK

ix Rovent Arrivals:

fa atl sizes,

aK Y— Finest Sevies,

JOCOA MANUAK,
“"Goreeube ”

AND TOARRIVR,

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BW, Una,

Mur Presses, Creat of
sawere basins and stends,
M sttecenaa At, Sy

sppeat,

WHICH Is THB

px bother younell

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ehich te tbe rest ¢bem
eve poor owa ght
plon you waeut 16 i
egend aod Heat Coiecet
cau “koock’ toe dol

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teoanis’ pucker, Coa debt
yout Cau Jobesoa ! a ed

wea wey be Crea plvt
tbey ore no quvd ab “*
sare,

Too Heury

Musers, LH ARLES

NOw callon all momen &

Bocieties va show thelr ogar
Mr, G, F. Thompson os belag
at tbe Bonus System ins
pstrunising bis excarsioa, 44%
Tiokete can be bad at 83,
and at the Bea Hive, Park Be)
Badd in attendance. *

sad ia atigndancer 2
Satc At Aust

FRIDAY, exp JULt}
No, 14 ST. VINUKNTS
ONES instructions







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Ww W, B
Cables, Aras Chair,

soosieting of

+
BALE art PA,
Terma Bulent BLOTE

Na 12 Bt, Vircent Bucet
1s v Joly 1910, =

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CHAMPIUM

Waar due 0
fog ose’

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Thee gowe ie she ayo
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sud CHALE Bway’

Chatpicn tiv ag Asealé &
49 theait a ‘be gubiagoet ol
tog” dollarr
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; Wap NES DAY J ULY 20 1910 Can ltbedone well under the new — Why tott- Necausy
b

: q ~ THE POKTOFRSPAIN GAZETTE
self without the permission of the flow did pour tera ef afftes expire | PRCUL'AR LOCAL CIROUMPEANOMG! = lt as wae perfotmin;
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— mn — SS Btbape ;
A . ow d ora Ihey? He spoke to you Ltend to bis eases | seeptic candi Tiana
Ret Gureson. 1g ive oti vols bette soot health athe about the Kew 1 aeereer ey over the hospital ?—Not + municate it to Cha part oa
* ) rate ete tet onary Medoal tit came wean fia andonsee oomning in front them! to his own sal lefection, « BOT to the; And cien with te?
it cane Breas teaneter ye Dad you go prompuy with signs of think what 1 sald was that the greet | o raction of the Resident Surgeon. { cautions, it Ie n
Non.

ot teem
t Leer ber of arta int mm teal Speaking for myeelf, E could pot do j dent to allow itp Kay Oy
+ wi .





a Supernumerary Medical Oftcer to | relief




















ten y recautiona which may bia
to teleewhere bie patients in} You tried to get a better appetn i Et free ca
T t N H it I R I & and totaal ents eombere bie p ttente in teat? ho ° osplita ulo the Aseletant Surgeons atthe diseretion | sent ta, far away form town [con andl. hink would bappen | you performad the et co wearlog gloves
by Thoir Oporation of tbe, Henident Surgeon, and. a4] sidered that 1 wught to be offered | Niles 06 or ety oweh a keg | n AOR OPERATION ? tai TT eats
is -Yes, : *
a frepardions «That 3 tyi8g down’ ihe Tbe orig nal term ie three years? - f oocurred, the Ilealth OMloe core ie Were they very numerous?—Yes. Van. mm
tewkient







i ‘ ‘ rgeon too much, 1b fe] That is what was told me coming in between Dee Sand if
DISTRIBUTION OF MEDICAL D U 1 KS Pitlenteahoutd “pe dieteibated Ta the renters xed i ratinetl there waiting for nattenta x bot cases came jn at other Unies. Dr. Tucpin wasp

x bn ‘to then ?— | da .
7 ’ . Uf they did natvoome In tend ao’ tmortema att Br. Wharton 1=Dy,
DISC USSED. Farde Then, as regards the Assistant the end of | three ‘neg your-No i The Aseletant Surgeou-would receive at Pe dorme tines 7a ea bed at present Actin q
Tethers hall be Licensed | wanted some thing cite. Jasked to eu. ' fasion to go there and any oper- on
Pte nT subordinate to the] releved, mn ge fe there anythlog outrageous oF ctlons to do [ never-went there. And you are farntieg

Allocation of Patients Criticized, | Siictburenser sd ebail sesist bim in} © And you ryt removed at the | wrong to that ENO. iy regard to lit you did have occasion to go|| rules made by the Surges

’ f° operations performed Not croas-exkmin
any, feNovdaily. Wea had two fized | ACTING RESIDENT,



































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the perfomance of hie duties; they | end of three years ?—No. ame the rule | there?-During the week. e8.
ti tTam] Whi ke e next (the dito tl rae 2-1 presain i no case of bidod-polsonin 1a they atodd, wery
Sey eal ae eate the teenies) with- effort? do Ua remember bat was made between 0 and 11, aseurning Ant in your time on account of |




out the permission of the Chief Ihe-] wrote acon after and not heariog any

\ BHOULD PosT MORTRM SURGEON ATTEND | penser.” Now, rule under the “Die | (hing more, allowed the matter to

peneaty Ree err ball’ got slide. Bb station by
- tidents| ball ne! ere any repreee
OPERATIONS AFTERWARDS ? . jeavel thet bospizal duciog those hours | the er Sur, yan o the duration
° 7.50 &.m to 4pm without permission | of time fixed }—They considered that
. . rom the gltesident Surgenn or the they ought to have their Just pre-
. Awistant Surgeon on duty.” motion, 1
e Assistant Dispenser and the 4nd 1 ow tenzleus to oblige | night.
When Is It Better to Operate ° Morning Danner Panale da practically the | them No; ‘secanee T like the wok: Nie Darid--Were you aware of ogist such parta of the organs as may | they have been Toodilied net
O Aft , rreull er ne wig o rules is that, the vara fond fond of ih indeed +1 am Whartoon arin theleepracticabuity V4 appear necessary for turiher, diaguot reepecte since they were
t t tha’ er vi . m “ ule le
r ernoon, er Dispenser doer not know where “lave you ween “ rule 5?—Yes, I waa, There was aj tic or other purposes, What are they?.t we

Surgeon
biemenare. Ile might give au Assie- DH, RCHEULT'S CTUTICLOM possitality of the Health Office being Ate yor ren. that rule to mean that { the duty sf rejeetin

that the greater oumber of adpiissions son bating been in the ? atortens Do you Work thes
tome Ghaitwman t~There is a former foom 1--Not tomy know! cage 1 peel yere Siyen thers from ab id
a e © . 7m .
rage gern B® Gaenct St) Sods abt in angst | on hee Saget
yates teases’ ulring Immediate rformance of all pos? mortent exam- Vithout any alta; »
ar irge . ‘attention aball attended | inationsand shall record full details | geon General, J
uo ree b of the day and | of pathological and other appearances} The Chairman 3-0h, De,
ee jours 7 observed, reserving for microscopical | hae been suggested i.
and other examination by the pathol- | been unworkable, Ie ig *


































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- - lay. removed to the hospital, «| cord: i
WHAT & LASSALLE | mines maar Sorta |e Reto fae san” | Sioa aru tet, rule, i | uber bane Th ‘ef aig ies
- DRS. DARWENT Wee TS the Hekden Serce Sr [i Ee De a ree kaa wile Swit fet | nim onler that be might, rserve | foiuion. ns OPM
4 his back to the iden urgeon ott him on a! nte?—Yeo o A them ?--For further examination, t arton = Whee
° a ked . junior, { work? You cannot tle down the . | the “Ase j
THINK OF THE NEW RULES. {jee eenron mri abpaites | mgued aries matoy,iotr [remee mmol, Ate | Oo teeta ar aN da ibe inant armen
* says:—"'No corpse shall be removed | —Jle said they could not work duties, ger,





cannot keep himeelf sufficiently | force. ihe.
He (Dr. Scheult] never consuked you pus ou nok see | oe on of tionte Rr toe operation?’—~Yes, and he By mloute of 10th Mag





: i G from a ward being viewed by a
{MONDAY AFTRENOON | ; arguments on either aidoi we will take Medical OMicer who shail make a note | before seading tees le Pol mover ast
0 7 caves too. ae that in co
0 n7he CORREKTUNDER(B, time te conuder the inatter. more pouthe Medical history sheet, stating | hin. at all times ?—Yes. Me What hes mnaternity ¢1 8 f mnorteme held {n | sentations inade by you Fa
‘ 2 Be hreumption, h ne riey arton wacit le doubly fara | dste and hour viewed, and by whom | [eeald they would not work, and! — But your arswer to Mr tine | the hospital?- In my tine I could| Representations oes
ula viet decide the . Sato ee a els iy ty ‘ etting evidence removed. The sheet is thea to be] you were of the same opinion ?— | this morning dtd not convey that tm- Soe aa actly me RN ve made
Nee, t fn foe iT the app! ication be | from the hy ret J iett Ith regard to | sixued by him.” 1 consider that a] When I looked thein over, yer. reason °-i never ineant to convey Aen qone actly, ss oretx a week? 2 very da “
tween she Surgeos. Genctal and the woh he would | ut in an affideeit of | Sery Brest hardabip. on the pitcer. Xoud t not fpow tha tb “Y, have | weet te advnitted at alt owe ofthe — About that. came into force Faven 1
‘ , ecessa’ Take an Assistant Surgeon who hea} worked from the time of their promul- efuld 4 7 verbal pernsk.
the quality of Hone tay be ner eg tO pecontly,. they were henpered I ea chronic cases in charge aod a man ie] gation Lotbis moment ?—Idonotthink day. And youesy ifthe Senior Assistant Permission that the;

o keof | Surgeon hae to attend fire or six s | Sargeon should reject Cm
iow read for the House of Refuge [ing denied further evidence which is | #604 to hina by the Nemdent Surgeon. | eome of them can work, not to tbe ad I asked you what point you make o! week be cannot get rid of the | my seeing them,
jen






































K thin wa done for the man] vantage of the institution Health Offices all over the town, and ‘ask %
Beviibed afer he neeeegord | eNom omen [titel sarhuel AncaletPihy oe | wnt toe do Poh cst Saunt a, rae | Uretomahe ati ait Hn ee MS Fo great ob
. the ‘ i hls t to see Nod not wor! o 1 \.
teould be shat, the invoutl nelance ant Doyle continued his evidence-ta- hin at, sights ee yooe 10. him and That the Resident Surgeon cannot | trol thie tyne when patienta wanted | has to perform the pos! mortem be | were workable or not?]













‘ ; i the—operation | the comments made Dr, Red

? hi t. He might die half [cake admissions between Vand IL and admission’—What 1 seid wae that] should not go near .

fhat the correspondence hadanly very | Mr, Wharton :—~You stated one tiroe arbour, two hour or & day after. | attend tathe reat of big. work ?—He casee are admitted at all hours of the room. have said some ent but Peo eine i
Bdirect, if any, bearing upon the [| that rules were prepare y youre! Kither he must wait till the ian cies ean doany- day and the patienta do not come in ow, you hay = is 7%






i t doit properly, 1 Y tial ulea: w *
questions by Mr. Alcasar to Counghef in IMM? In 17 — . the man diea tuine: like (aught bel ween f-and It. about the San Fernando hospi ' i were you able to wa
and there did not appene to be any | At the inetance of Sir I'rancis Lovell | 0° fee “ ee out eects “That rule | * Have you inelituied ‘nay enquiry to | Your eat jection to the 0 to If You are the benlor Medical Officer in nob?—No Vhsd diffcalty
reason why it should wet be open lo fs - Yes, find out to what extent the Colonial o'clock rulefe that it calle the Nesi- 4 the district PI am,









8,
fospection’vy De.de Verteuil’s “ame | And yon said they were revised by | Ws left in the original rules and

3
ir Deane And not the Uovsulting Surgeon? | | And you steted that ia gat
tor, The answer to thatis that ques- | Sir Henry Jacheou, Waethat a re. | rescinded by Sir lrancis Lovell after | Hospital bas suffered by the introduct- | dent Surgeon away from & 8 bY ‘ .

es,
MINUTE Of Actixe

GrOox,
And this isthe minute

7 Phad been’asked to give it a trial. | of the new rules ?-No. ,__ MORE IMPORTANT DUTIE« ? No, _
ton aor ot, Al aan iuestions i yinon afters len en at tyne Eo Alter It means that the surdeon haa to go to Have you interviewed the Readent | - Yea; tbat ia the importance ; that pols the Consulting Surgeon ?
colony are Toadequately equipped with tal ee 1D + dust aller . “ont the ward every ties pauient dies te Surgeon or any of the statt ?—Unly he hagan A do stant Surgeon who ts as 1 Tunderstood you to complain . this

thairinan :—Does it necessita’ casually, ashe jo ¢ ‘
medicines, eur ical ‘lreaain sand pro- jAnd in the revision did you pursue ee eh immediately 2—He must go What dul they say ?—That they | Isthe duty you deseribe over look- froroing. Ps, Faleu ig away on your ene latey—with
Money and tie teal! fitetue, Prove: the Aner ing? ven regards thelr ol 7 i atore the hour. That ls the old|wers not working satisfactorily. | ing the hospital, performing impert- sane Co rs e Saeeeon urday that rule Tw.
mone: anu the i oure oo efuge te one | ¢ ne tirafting ?—Yes. lected rule, One rule, No 3,the Itesident Surgeon ant opet ations and being generally position as neu a “ urgeo ’ is dead’bod ee rule Le
colong. nc wee tahone of the Jiat Pr fo say, you selec our] “at iu the new rule/—There 15] tokd me was modified, conauited as to the cases under care? werely accidental it Suwcon? for previously thati have
, about that fatter purnt ie onde dual Tula Data niatter efclgeetty. nothing about buur, Do you say thata Resident Surgeon '~ To inspect the buikings besides kes. [was Consulting Surgeon for y re























that the rule readae: “
‘ Yon say that be must be roused wp. | ought not to be asked to admit some time tocvad, for he must keep some time, . x
the contrat of the Surgeon General aa tng then. oe alt Went tate tie whateves hour at i bt, far what patients at gilt Certainly, he ought on bn knowledge, vtclf of the Not en acting for De. Fabien? harartitar teotiey ;
? t . 0 asked, t ope be ben p op. | No,
ty David aeid, Their Monoure had rules, and tt took us soune five or six Pardes iui lei The reason a What in the reason for that* -He portunities he gets? Etbink he does ; another man was acting for Dr. ppbstituted for hoapleal*
tthe document wubyece tae nee ak | weeks before they wentto the Gover | io oiauic the Indy to be taken from | hasan Aesscant Sur,eon who is fully — Apart fromthe two admission Lvurs, | l'abien, ' erefore aesume it to be gg
mi have Loway Wad nat be | nor. the yard to the mortuary ;—Yes. uahfied to assist him aod leave him those other duticg take up 22 bonra? - is not De. Panpe'lone acting for Dr, and inform the matron







might have tosay Would they allow In substan:e, they remain what they The Inspector General .-cTen’t that | free to attend to his other duties which They do , but uo ove knows the work | Fabien and that ie why he ls actlog as 80 that the “Assistant

biru to say that it might have been | were in 198 ?—Yea 4 > CONSLETING SURGEON * not be :alled at night to
ve wise precaution? Why should ] are more impoitant. No. lrule under of the hospital so well aa the man who ig!
fmrer to him it they fad heard “bis You have further eriticized the rule pergon wher migbt not be” dead be ** Anaatant Hurgeons" sa a that they baa dune st. —He is acting, but not on that| bodies or if is te
neue before deciding the point. | 5 under the bead * Resident Surgeon ” remosed tothe mortuary, and that! shall assst bin {the Hesident bur- | Now, you have taken another ob- | account, print, may f merely
poet ne was under an exceptional dis | What is that ?—Aas regards the tame, yweraon imght die in the mortuary °—| geen} in the performance uf his jection to the tules, having segard to| Ie it not right and fair that a_man matron to allow the sedi
ndennage. Oto 11, it secms tome that if the sur- { think it a very proper thing That. duties—" I consider that one of the the confusion that would ba intro. who is acting for another should get ron to continous to perfoss
he Chairman said, they had follow- ge0n on duty is capable of admitting | a medical officer should see tho, tody | duties they can assist him in : duced into the wards on account of | the emoluments of the post?—Vea but as before -































ed the course they decided on, to | the Patients after two hours out of 2t Dr, Pampellone baa only 6 . With reference to rus @
+ ore it is removed tothe mortuary?) = Why should he be exchided from the oases being referred to the fur. | Dr. Pampellone has only 6 years’ ser-

make rehninary et quiry. he could admit them for those two before Supt, Nuree, the ‘Matron, is that Port. [the hospital work allo geononduty Doyou mind restating | Vice, and] have about 14, j_ Wesideat Surgeon,”
tid ‘ vid said, huherto, the prac | hours and free the Resident Surgeon quite competent to do that. gether ?-That is work for au Asis. what you sald so that 1 inay under- Did you prefer your clalin to the ap> ing tothe Avsstaat § a

oe | ad othat Nr. Wharton would | fom that to attend to more import. Have you ever known of acare at | tant Surgeon todo. By theadmiasion sand you clearly § (Hepeats ). mintinent of Consulting Surgeon * - surgeon on duty should ang
make his applicstuun and he would be { ant duties, home ofa beady being put lato the | of cases, | do not mesn to reject cases.‘ Youeay that ie not a proper rala ‘0; but [know Dr Lassalle protested the Surgery in ndraltieg
called upon to say anythiog he wished |“ Whatelee? With regardtothe rule: | iagituary and not being dead?—I Does not the work of because it creates confuston in tbe | against Dr Gluseppi. tween the hours of 9 ,
to vay ether in epppaition or acquie- | © Iie shall refer to the ward he may se- | dont remeusber. ADMISSION: INCLUDE PoWER of = sids?—Yes. in the treatwent of { . Did you youreelf asy anything about} they bave pointed out i
gence ; ow, Mr. Wharton made bis] tect every patient admitted, who shall Have you ever heard of a person RESECTION ; tients, for the surgeons would not | it?—No, rule 6, under “ Assistant
eng cater en cumera, and— become the patient uf the Asustant | peiny put inate a cofiaand burted and | is not that what is teanth-Yes; but koow where their cases are and they | The fact {s due toa temporary ar- specially excludes then

he a 2a! roan u That is not the } sargeon on duty for the da “that not yet dead’ Yes, In the old rule, if the Assistant Sur. would have to go jato every ward t) | ratigement caused by the absence of ting cases inte the

Case, here {ss wen ne appheation only creates confusion in distributing Would it’ be Likely to have ozeurred | geon bad any doubt, be seat for tha fod out thelr cases nstead of | Ur Fabien? I do not know, those hours and that
en crunercs ' < viply bac the cor | the patients, The result is that the era? -a.don t think so, Healdent Surgeon or Senior Assistant having all the cases in one ward and You have already sald that you that they should be give
respordence before ua If have merely | surgeons hava patients imevery ward, I may nay that personally, I would { You tellus now that, the Resident having the nurses uoder control, there | knew ?—No, instructions to do to. Bi

eteted what occurred f am Merely T th ° h
reading from the correspondence station ate oratlered all aver the



ike ta be seen by # ductor aud not by
alone, “I may eay on behalf of myself ieaticution and you cannot hold tbe | a nurse !—The matron atthe hospital

as well as my corfrers, that if you can | the Wards urieon eyeponells tt Is avery experienced woman

pe any gvodreasont before ue'we will | the Surgaon was held responsible for
prepared to consider them. the ward and the result wae that he
Mr, David eaid, the position they | bad charge of tha patients ln it.
a

Surgeon whould not be ealled upon to are three or four surgeons in one} Jlave you not already told usthat | regard to the rejection &
do that work, whether a case should ward, and they have 13 wards to ga| De Fabien {s the permanent Consult- | patients suffering from
be admit edor rejected ?—No, I have Inm, ing Surgeon ?—Yea, tnents, written fast
sthereany necessity why a body) not said so. I weethat he “shall at- You expect that under the new} Do you thiak that the circumstances | asked for In view of the
should = be pfoved withio au hour | tend daily between the bours of § and rules a surgeon might have hie cases} in connection With the appointment which states that re!
from the ward? It depends on the | 1ta,im," to admit patient, whieh he distributed over 13 wards?-That | of a Consulting Surgeon temporarily | approved of by the He
cases, if Infectious caser, should not do, Ido sot say that be fulghthappen It might happen that | have had some effect on your Inters ay Ihave your p

took up wae this: if vorreepon- Infact, he adininistered the ward! Is there greater risk of infection | should not be called to give advice to A surgeon may be nominally in ebarge | pretation of thes rules ?—No; not at igstract them in w
dence tended to show that that parti. | —He did, ‘ - (| aftee death? —In some cases the Assistant Surgeon when the aur- of ward and he inay not beve 6] sil. Asamatter of fact, don't want | surgeon on duty lato
cular Jostitution, which they admitted Under the present system ?—You Nr Whatton Has the Senior | geon on duty fs in doubt, patient of bis own there, the appo ntment, surgery in the admissioe

to be under the control of the Surgeon | have three or four surgeons coming in { Agsistant Surgeon to attend iid-|~ How would re frame the rule on — Under the new rules 7 saya sur- Why was It trotted out, then, that between 9 and 11; & ie

Gencral, was inadequately supplied | at one tiue.


















fe cases? Yes he Ie the] that point?—It iv four yeare now” geoniaput in nominal char, f Dr Painpelione is your junior ?- Ask the night the sur; oo
sith provisions, then Le would assume Io it a fact that the content over the surgeon io charge of the mafernity | since] left there. y ward t~[ suppose 4 surgeon eh be in Mr Wharton that. ¥ j reject @ patient mba
at it would be proper that the other | nurves ts leas? -It ie lease, Aw regards | ward f bave no doubt you left the hoepi- charge of a ward, Yes, but Mr Wharton would not | 40 apparently tr! :
side should have the document, Jtut | that rule, } can give yolt an instance tal; but what was the old rule in _ Is it an absolute necessity P— firete unless somebody fostructed him | out summoning the B ;
scifand bie tinfromion that Tha | Ment mages nase cofke Betaens |e anti AYSE AMee a ge, | Houe t Howe te" atin, on Yb hn Oe Be eet Foie race tat rule ta
a en tat Feo ‘entto the Surgeon t Dav 220 Hare to: . ib - Ui —_
no‘reference whatgver to the inade | General whee wanted to khaow Tow | Doyle, thet the rules which bave been Tid veteran and that be ng ia che see ate, &, fureeon a Arton—t will tell you all wt Bargocen” creek



b would refer cases of doubt to the © not belng in charge of any ward and | about it, tant Surgeonsa”™ preclodes
uste supply of Ytovisions to the | many pauients be had under hie care | superseded were made by you P—-They | Resident Surgeon or theSenior Assiat- golng {ato an Rrard Then. Pa Mr David: ‘Yea; Lut | want to know | asststin, cyou between 8 7

ouse of Mefuge, It merely related | Before the Resideot Surgeon can ; were drafted by ine with tbe aesistence | ant Surgeon, That was (he tubetanca patients may ? Who is to bare] all about it from bin, Why | is how I interpret it, 4
tothe use of a particular brand of | flad out he would have to wo back to | of the staff and revised by the Surgeon ! of f¢, + charge of the ward ¢ was it brought out that you * Ta addition to the care
flour which had been introduced into | the hoepital, Rel a oly of pape: and Generaland the Clilef Clerk, at the | hat implies alvothat the Resident | The matron: is that impossible ?—| were not consulting Surgeon ?=he | patients, the Ds
the Colonial Hosjutal and the Lunatic | a pencil, ke round to every ward, Surgeon General» office, Surgeon would be avetlabie at the time No, thatis not imposible. but I aaj | witness did not enawer, duty shall attend

Asyluu ft wae found that that par: | examine every card and history sheet, in FHOT # Le 2807 9d, t PP feal day @j
tlealar tiand anawered the put pecs aud if he bad a patients, te would You were Itendent Surgeon thes ¢ ~ for Purposes “great harden on the for thee pet Bot work very picely Dr. Marty wee recut we eee nt? and ;

of those two laetitutions, and the Sur. | have t» examine ae many, jut them Yes, 1 war teaident 8S ¥-¥. Wh =

Reon General thought that that parti | down, he would have about two Agd you worked those rules for a? } ‘Under your rules 2 ! would” Bot ae erated be patients
cular rand might alo anewer the} columns of Hfteon Hgures, Lot them | nuiber of years P— Yes, Day and night he was there? At Tbea you hase diets, owt con
the purpones of the House 0 Hefuge up and after be han done thet he may low long ¥ -E think for nine years, | at} events, be kept iiuialf fa readi- ie bold any surgeon tespunsi-












Mr. Wharton !=Dr, Marry, you hi teject with the @
already been sworn, tnd to iis about Resident durgeon
your experience in Martinique and adinission other than #

Ve did put see anything m thecorres | ett Trinidad P—-Yes, between the hours of 9






be wrong; there may be a card or | The hospital was run on sluilar floes iT" Revident '
Poodence of that nature which bore | two on the dispensary of the clerk's | before that. tiwasson duty fol Surgeon Is for 1 er oF A WaRD? pene ey, ave Whether that x wule ope rye
onthe question of the inadequacy cf | office, and thea and only then he] May I take it t'at you grew socue | if hie was But hae not each patient got a card? performance at pany ey woe ere And to this request of yo
Etat they subbiled tha te Yoree | any taste here tre, "herent ea geet MR a uwaye ov oer dant Buigeee” shoal Haat Hate | en ee and pte on | AE tes, Bare
pa a ere. er 40 4 hob draw thes 2 « CTY .
Poadence ought wot to be open to in: accontan to the old rales, he would they were drafted on orders oad de-j gent purgeon shoul! look at the tu private practice and in public hos- Actg, Hes, Surgeon.























ba lagi
spection, Lec ause It would not help the | simply ask for the daily returns, He | cisions of previous Governors and Sur- I underthe old rules, it doos , pitals*~ Yes, it would ap ‘bodies "
muiission one way or tho other iff could add ap the returns and give prone Cereral. iifhbe ie under tbe new one? ae ' hat pon ete enow ‘ 1p JBogland th abate in your o intou. is the’ proper lang to dee

the questivu ia one of adequ.cy or in | the Surgeun General the nunibe of | Tid Ue Surgeon Ge erai of that ; does admission from 9 to Ii, he has rule that a surgeon ia alweye in th We iby making of operations fo tently ip the vew rules
adequacy of supply, the letters ex fiatienty thee Al told you before, | time send you a copy of the ieneara | the other tline to attend ta hie other | charge of a ward Frrsteadt o foe in | lone wey bec eice Generally, opera. , r

changed between the Surgeon General | btw quite possible that a surgeon wha | rites F—He did, f being in

- d you are:
duvles ?~You muvt allow ti _y tions may be performed at ali hours, | “boepital,
and the Superintendent of Prisone|jeig nominal charge of « ward way | And you decided that these woujd drinks read and.sleep, Wtaughters ral frase of Sf ease ive weer “ove ty o e| ea eaees Whenever onecan, If Jaterpret ite rule can
threw no hight on thesubject. Qid hiaeelf without any patients lin not suit; Yeu. : Du you say the rematuiog 2a hours case lu the ward belonge to that ue toth rormt eo oiee It ts better todo it p Refer: . to Rule
The Chairman sald, they had only | that waud [| And those drafted by you contained | would be consumed in the performance Ure fio the morning, ring

: thought ef the question with regard [Witness here further explaingd the frome notions of what was proper ?— "of his other duties? No it could net | Keon and nubode slee

ora Wohy fe it better tooperate in the f dent Surgeon aud Rale §
fothe fudiectness of beating aa re-| position by a euppositon case of Drafted on experience and on the do st, speaking for mysel What insuperable diflculty is there :

morning when one has one's choice? sistaut Surgeons the

ina sngeon following # ca t 0 ite cl namely, ‘
‘ating on ou thiee surgeons admitting patients on cinaterial § hed in hand ‘or that under these & 1, to & [Oa account of the chloroform, opera. | @uitectear, ‘dmieseli
oer tal Mout now 3 ! 4 mari hed pat burc cemerve day under the hew ruler} Vou woeked them for five yearns — ' inne tegen Surgeon hes to eet at eirareres if there? site fould } Uons may be performed on the patient lor hours for in aad }
&@ Dew asjxction the matter altogether, With cegard to cole & under the They did not originate with ine. ‘They between Vand IF to admit cases, he , advaata, eof the ps Ul it We to the erepty stomach lentes etree
and they would consider it subject to | head of © Hesident Surgeon" and rule bad been worked beform, ! would have no time to attend to hie} Whatisthe Dutaber of t Chloroforin requiring a fast of how in daily t nd when
webat Ar. Wherjon had tony, § uuder the head * Assistant par oon ' Bouw of then at least?—Yes, at other | duties? -HHis other duties are the Colonial Hospitals suet ef toni 1 Bix or seven hours, at least. pre tee hemecives for am
ja You agrees w! he renaikeof Lr. wore linportaut. ' © temperature of t
‘ Me, Wharton gaid. be qoula only re tebrule * (reada) — Uertainly ; you 1 those drafted la 1w7oontain your | Ite would have vo time /—Thore ara tanta tent Surgeon and three ais: | cougtry an thing todo with the selec: | other tinies the ew ‘
Ton an’, tivation ical not to aus | UK not work _ Mews #- Biome uf thea, certain duties to be done inthe mormn- | Aci Hon of the forenoon or the afternoon? | duty shall examin

Aud you work bem “for ni you comtemplate that three | —In warm chinates rejectthem The A
titted tothe scrutiny of his friend ile Ie there anything you wish to add par ee tot rocked Chem © { at ive ing ‘hich he would not be able to do, i the nargiargeons at 7 or 8 oclock in § form operations ial is better to per on duty sheuld sttend oe
fake: of tities ‘a teply fron thes pith regard ith auy other art of | woke! under them with previous’ [efore you introduced the innova. | ward at the same tine? Quite huehe” (And magn de you thiok it tethe best | Sdmlesion boure
{nstead ae ce ewe ” Cafing ta’ bs tie pene a fon inatanee ths rene Me dia Henident Durgorne, by you oaly . jon, what was the pio fred for per | a Where ie the necessity for that being morniey frome t eat ote oe the Soho A Ssstant forget ©,

. oan: ratio je Pe ? fe . 7
Erlend, Mr. David: | fle subautted the tdrgoons, they would be scattered all into “peratiod when you started - afterndon but at. any time. vis the t ganeec gh ybat le there to Prevent Noi] Then yeu tind the temperature may roject applicants fo a
Proper courses wou. to to givethem | over the piace Wath regard to rule Vuey were drafted from printed rules Por $4 % or 3) years 141 have had nu 2 n0% dc. Then Mire itd: { cooler t= Yes, but In every cat ref 7 ia
access to the correepoudence on their | 4 under ‘ Assietant Burgeans’, (1 have in fore which were the decisions of loos done fn thé afternoons or reasode Tou ‘have e1@ are tuany And ths doubt be should refe? 1%









they auld hotecg ihe correpoudrace | Sf" iagiisoye marty t There say fetente owas. ond Burgeons He oer Soe fom iia ab acraMieeGE 88 [vousuas Riese oe Hato ner | ibe delfonof bebe
and leave it to the Comumpecsionera, [perform in regular rotation apeisl Can you remember the amend. of sbeolute imports do not eter tt there you sonia aot hare patients weep ng bed palatal fast during detalle(n respect of each i
qrhes the corres ra ence was tendered reeldential duty for. i houre relieving wente No he vu ' tone thould be done ia the inora- | likely. © logo there most | operations the less excited he fects the eg applicant must bet I
pariculer purpoce for fur which itis | not exchange duty nor abeent theu- Nat Tee dtoe the aid rareer® yeu ‘ ope dog yoce 1eeeatt was we h® repens All tbe watde resdy ou saved Chatnte nie . exolted.” do releetion "ab a
dered or not. Lut it “ee quite im | selves Crow bowpital during their tour it wever, m found thea bighly not edopted Uy svergtedy, the worki Yee lion of the surgeons P= eg ele kept walllog t= ;
’ Bete ou ctlenee edcructolt be work Resident bare maliion froun the saltefactory Yeu, worked thea. 1 7guld wot come to am ond? Core Ie thet what ie ueaat by the rules | Now, with regard to the time af 0, 8, 10 find the wot“
any sort of satisfactiun to theuiselves | the otber surgeons can abeent thei. vAnd dour staff were giie satisfied | tainly. —Yoo. he nie after To ruled deo you ;

tbe operstion, have you also, b: k- pen
ivg your operations & the morning s side pe Mead any where 19
better eoportualty of observing after | ed rufes tba you should re of

or the Commission unless they were | selvee whenever (bey please, one Kectlent warguee veo #work of the holy oot Et repped Seymlog the wards ary
I ePecte t—Certalniy, anpe between v and Il

in the t e morning, it did aot eay all ready, you
ven & certain swount of istitude in| they fateh (hele wards, ft might ‘ - . ¥ sli the surgeons calght crowd Z

feline allowed to judge for thermerlves | cocur thet an urgeat care cones iste Vet prarticely. AI then eases Lato aaan sould die ti atorelt \* to the paticote? The
shat is or what ts not relevent evidence | hospital and only Apisoure oo Use otber duties put down bere in Upece bee seat, Sesto bere to vopsult




















fu was not wy soll oplaioa, ead Alter the ation, the patient re | athe bospital: No a
Their Honours were deciding the case misee w Resident lye be had the: the opiuios ot ‘he late, ward Ubey would subject to ce: accidents, ad'ie it idm pute § pode,
practically peelore, the a ed the 2 RON, te, Assistant and the “Did you cunuder thea excessive, a the oa and he oplelnn ott ineteriais bel rs bet lest ‘i’pe wee weemeud ee oy, ‘wo aorgpone oan: eivat, tralia anon yee , ee were ~ Generel of the time tes, 1 thas i facie foe fea “Achizlon tines rather Shee during the day- | {t ‘ your duty aod Ieee aut
jonours. He could only renew the you thst beve oa Tid ting prey “Gps your heath? WHT, ble morning, ia eugees to Me parwpoe to nol eeanty 60 cases if} Do you think it ne ae niet, rie te hee kml reed te
applica . he old rules prev odds ‘ae you waid thet the B® to if ore calleted in the ddcter whe wen proper that | —’ tite reed
Tie Chalewani-We have beard tent surgece ah t bie ghee tues a your. (aughterh lalande onomr could aot wosk on ascount wand mine Work ie dose nese en, tg abode d'the pod sor . Opere teoNo, ObuG
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BUY YTouR

sull expected to remain at the beck
ond call of pereone eeehing admission?
-Yea.

lave you not found it to interfere
seriously with yourother duties at the
boapital?—1t would interfere with the
operations,

Operations, in your practice, have
been interfered withy - 1 perform oper:
ationein the afte:noon,

Bat are th: re cei tain ops ations that
cannot be perforu.ed ty the afternoon?
— Yer, there are a few,

to what class? serious operations,
abcusninal operations.

Aad yot petform them io the morn-

ging ?—Yes, I got the permission of the
burgeon General to allow me to per

beoh for

atable and stock

form them in the mormog,.
sing’s Horea Em- And that intetferes with the work-
per bot fing of the rules? ‘They extend beyond

9 oclock *— Beyond 9 oclock,

— FOR

and In



AT -

that
9 ted i
. without Felerence tobe Rectan Son
/ (iis seececceucaat tet? at
aterpreta
e whieh he bsd placed was be interne










6 adnsiee the patente ¢
: ber accomalate, ea attend to
em after the operations:
Mi Boce that bappen often?—No, pot
° iio man r?—‘there have beén four si
“ho youn vor not with Dr. Marry Quatly
In ble evidence as to thetine when
operations were to be performed ?—















Goods.
not bear his evidence.
He saya that the morning fethe more .
sultable time and that for emergeney J
cases any time ?-1 think the morning .

be better Ume.
' Do you also a phat the Surgeon

In cba at post mortens ob nile
not be the Orst essivtant at operations? “s

= Yes, Lagree. - Sée ,






That fe contrary to all modern prac-
tice, at any rate?— Yeo .

And for good reasons? Yes.

For the person who attends the gt
mortem exanination may carry about
septic germa ?—That Is the reason.

a such things as operations and
maternity cases it le dangerous to have
& person possibly infected with septic
gerne attending to you?—Yes.

CROSS-EX AMINATION.
Mr, Davidt=How many cases do
you have on an average per week at
the hospital? About 10 per week

An average of 2 per day ?-Yes.

Now, would you suggest that the
Medical Officer who attends the pual
morteme should not have anything at
all todo with operations during hos
stay at the bospital, or how would you
work thet duty? Some Medical (Mi
cer must perform the post morfcr
examination ?—Yes,

How long after be has performed
the post mortem examination is he to
be clean for an operation #- The Senior
Assistants Asgistanta aod he would be
more Ia contact with the wound 1L
would get 6 more junior man to put in
charge.

You would assign the duty of pet

forming the post marten examina
salons to a very junior man ?- Yes.

Aud exclude the Resident burgeon
and the Senior Assistant from the
past mortents altogether?-No, not
altogether,

You would let the Senior Assistant
be present ?—Not to touch the organs.
{ would let one of the Assistant Sur:
geons be in charge of the handling of
the organs, not necessarily a jumor
man,

is there anything ia thes rules to
prevent that being done: that while
the responsibility f¢ the Senidr Au

vistants, he should get a junior todo
the handling and dissecting of the
organs? There ie ncthing in the new
rules to prevent ?- No,

That is thereal objection: that the
Presence of the Senior Assistant, in
your experience, ata post mortem in
the morning, is sufficient vo reodec
him unfit to perform operations, on ac-
count of his

SEPTIC CONDITION ?
—No. According to the rules he is to
present at each gust mortenk, exarmina-
tion.

Mr. Wharton (to witness) :—Look at
rule 10 under “ Assistant Surgeons,

Mr. David :—Read the rulet (Wit
ness reads), Is it Impossible for him
to comply with this rule and keep
himself ciean for operation four or
Bve hours later ?—It fs not impossible

1¢ it Improbable ? It Is pot unpossi-
sible, but it is not preferable.

Of course, there isan ideal way of
doing things. If you had a large staff,
and you could ‘assign a man to that
sole duty, it would be better still.
Do you say that the rule does not
require the Senior Assistant vo actu-
all perform the dissection P—No.

ud the Surgeon General see you
soon after the rules came into opera
tion ?—He saw me the day before they
cane {oto operation.

And after they came into operation
on May 1? ~lle did not ave me again,

Oo the 13th May when you wrote 7—
Yes,

By the 13th of May you made repre-
eentations to hina as to the difficulties
you had bad in Connection with their
working: isthateo? Yes,

And he attended to your representa-









































































| One Frice Only,



tionsand had authorised their modifice-
tion in what I call very minor respecte:
1a that so 7—Yes.

flow many iules are there altoge-
ther ? 1 see eleven pages of them.
There are ove. SU, I should think : Is
that sor Yer

Your objection is confloed to the
two rates relating tothe admission of
pahenta? — Yer,

And when you_stated the objection
to the Surgeon General be relared the
rule toenable you tohare the aasslet-
ance Wbich you thought you could not
hare bd te b lea h

o other reepects, the rules have
been 10 operalion PYes

la there any -tangzer Involved fo
their operation, as far as you, who
have ty work them, bave discovered ?
There iano dacget ? No, I bave not
dwovertd auy danger,

De you know when Dr, Seheult's
crilicisme were made ? - Just before he

ft. .
Â¥ as it beforethe rules came into
Operation ?—Yes,

1s 10 a fact that he had no experience
of thee sules when be calticazed them?
—Yeu .
Naw, what ls there

UNFAIR O# IMPROPER

inthe entey by tbe Surgeon Geveral of
whlch uy feiend complained! On the
Ith of May you had~written your
inemorandum io which you,bad polut-
edout that the Assielant Surgeons
had ead that they were nut authorised
by the rules to asesst you in admitting
Patients between Band 11, After you
had written he authorieed you to allow
that to be dove, and three ‘days later,
on the 13th, he cctues and makes the
entry of having visited the hospital
and «a glad to learn that “ there was
no difficulty sn the application of the
newtules Do you think he ought te
have coutinued and aad: “ With the
exception of rule Sunder the bead of
* Hewident Surgeon. the relaxation of
which | authorise by neino,, of such:
andsuch a date’ ’" Why do you say
that the entry there ia unfalr or lmpro-
per* You had) rules (we call it (vu)
yapue into operation; twoor three
hed prevented diftleulties ; you pre
sented the diitiewtles to your chief who
Felaies them, and three days lator be
comes and bode thioge working tno
order.

The Chaiman, witha view of sav
ing tine, stated thatthe correspond:
ence between Ur ‘Turpin and the Sur
geon General wened wot torelate ta
the telaxation ar modiffeation of the
tules bot to the manner io which the
are to te pd ipteted Hibs Honour
then defied the pulute agreed upo.
and those ia inauel a pon
Nr. David: We are very thavkful
for that expression of opinion, but I
waa putting the matler to De. Turpla
in the way tiny fiend’ attempted to
pat it, and | was assuming that it was
powible for the Gommission to side
with bim fhat there had been as a
ma of facta relaxation or modifl.
cation of files. al
e Chalrmau. There may bh
been paz.ial relazations ier ihe. sense
of their belog loterpreted faa literal
Sir. David: What femeavt by th.
suggestion that itis unfale ja the bur
Goon Veueial on the ith of Alay to
record in the Visitors’ Book of the
hospital that the rules were working
satisfactorily +~The memo | wrote to



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it wont pay us to put bacle into stockSlG
intention is to clear them out, theretore, we'd
going to place such prices upon then: that everye
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don't spent your

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NOTICE
PORT OF SPAIN TOWN BOARD

AMENDMENT ORDINANCE, 1910:





REMOVAL, OF BUILDINGS.



_ BOOK YOUR SEATSEARLY

‘THIS MERRY WIDOWS’

Popular Moonlight Car Excursion

WHICH TAKES PLACE ON *

FRIDAY 22nd, Inst.

Your ticket] entitles you to (be sides the drive)
one? full{partionjof

‘“THE MERRY WIDOW”

well known ICE (CREAM, froe “gratis and for

nothing{which will be served on tho cars * en voyage”
= we

e - See eT tone lauact Only at

‘THEEMERRY WIDOW’

Yo AN Whom it May Concern,

TTENTION is directed to the provisions of Sestions Stand 33 of the Port-
of-Spita Towo Bod (Ameodmeot) Ordinance. Nx 14 of 1910, re-
quiring erery person who totends to remove a buildiog from the site whernon it
wtaude to give notice of such bis ioteation to the Board not more than 1$ days and
pot Jess than 3 days before such removal,
Eyery person wha fails or omita to comp'y with this requirement a liable to a
penalty not exceedieg FEN POUNDS. Y

Marking of Carts.

The attention of Oanera of Carte used in the Towa of Port-of Spsin ia direc-
ted to the proviveos of Section 34 of the Port-of-Spaia Tuwo

abode patated to legib e Jatters out Iead thin one Joch upin sone coospicuous part
of tha nght or off aide of auch curt, of uron the cHaide shalt thereof.

From and after the Tet August, 1910, preceediogs will be iastituted agaiost
persoos offendicg agalost thie seoiioa of tbe Urdiasoce,

Returns of Ownership.

prormone of suction 33 of the Port of Spaia Towo Board (Amead sent) Ordinsnce,
o. 14 of 1910, requutog every euch owner, uoder & penalty pot exceding TEN
POUNDS to send 10 to the Towa Clerk and Treasurer not later thin the [at day of
October, 1910, a retura acoordiag to the fora: prescribed in the Ordinance.
Forma of Keturos unsy be had at the Towa Clerk's offive on application
eagtication is directed tothe fact ibat ooly one property cao be returned oo
each form,





ee

3000 BARRELS
ENGLISH

Portland Cement.

JUST ARRIVED, ~-

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Acting Tewo Olek & Treavne
Town tall
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te, —_
CTVHE ucdersigced will pad on for sale on = fe} DE HYNDWAR
Saturday the 29rd Jaly 1010 bevaces G EGS to inform bis friends ue
thehours of Lend2 pm, ONE SMALL 4) de 0 3 thes ha te fo reesipg of
COTTAGE known as No. 2 Hemlius oO ° te, QUATRO BTRINGS doe
Plaee Betle Esa Road, a oy 6e, Neroud, Copper amd Biv
Versus Cash. 51 epee “ CECLO STINGS, VIOLIN
WILLIAM BEST, . 4 Yancy Goiter acd Viole P
Auc‘toveer & Lied Bal Sc O° & Keye Fiute, Clerionet!
No. 56 Frederick Street, "h Oo ig VIOLINS aod MANDO!
Hen daly WO wm me Say at Ateues ae
1 t
G f; . . H ll a rs) ‘N Pirie — Tone ol ime
reyfriar's Hall, mq | RUBE tov Pashmina
ata S x2 ~| the Astrologer im
¢ 9 Y G Tae B T
TUESDAY, 26th JULY: of": =
. t . oH = PROFEN OR ALBERTIY
Grand Goncert & Variety SS Ela otha seat
as U) : \2.to No. Mt Nelaon Street
7 TALE talte) beiog more coarens
ENTERTAINM ENT. y) 4 fg aod \ coommodating of
e ara asatierer from any

(in aid of the Ist Trinutad Cump.. bla complaiois, youare

Boye Brigade, ay onre. oF write Sor taloc
eare you, nomatter wher
oace cured yin are per
Address Prof. A Wanna,



([VLE following Lidies and Gentlemen
[ have kindly promised that assiaterce ~

Mr, T. Geddes Grant, Atta J, 8, L v Nelson Btieet, Hott of
Todd, Me. Jamea Taylor, thy Kevd "SAI E. ine a

Luther Bitlow, Meare
Nidal, B, B. Frankiie, aod Ben Ward
Price,

The secoad part of the prozramme will
be given by “Tt Ine Follizen"—
(Fires appearance io Trin dad) and will
cone) t of Homorous and p'easing items of
all descriptions, ty the fullosiag woll
kowa Amsteors—Lidy Mary Batt.
Madame Nordica, Maedam iselie Q 'est-
ea qaul diy Se Joho Lavo bagws K
Kreweo, Cracker Jack, Hlorr Von Deeman,
ane Willis Leudir Accempaai-t- Meda
molelle Sémiquaver. .

__NOTIOI
Tacarigaa Local ba

N accordance with Se

Sub-section 2of Rose
ance No. 200, the Acs
tion of the above
held on Tuursoay,Â¥
1910, at the W.

WELI-TRAINED DRAFT OXEN,

euher for draggiog logs, or cart
work, alt in fine condition, also 2 light
ox carta, will be sold at cost Pe'cafca
applioatiog to

O. RADULIFFE CLARKE, 6
At Enreks Estate biparia.
July 2—Ip,

Ticketa 2/- ard 17 each —To be bid at

Davweou & Todi and Elec re Prroterie. we ‘Tunapuns, between
asi piee prcnay Sdey Heder Notice. 11a oad 6 pa

1 = ’ i tof office -
MEDIGAL * HAL L, SAINT ANN'S Boies for me

—9-—

giva at least (7) sey
notice in writing to

Just RECelvED before the day of electies

LOCAL ROAD BOARD

N accordance with}cection 64,

A SHIPMENT I! Sub-cction 2 of Road's Ordin- 6
or ance, N 0. 200 the sndval Hoction J. Linod roa
. -OF- of the above Board wi ejd on 10,
Thursisy, July zlst, 1910 at tho 18th Jans, 19 nee












Warden’a Vifice, &t. Ann's between
the hours of 1 am. atid 6 pm.
for the purpose of filling the sbats | f
of two members going out of
Office,

The Portug

HE Fortugoese pul
arden oo Sao
temembered for @ Las
: people wha had the a
Usandidates for eloction must f set oa srcoust uf she
give at lorst seven clear dasa’ notice sound wetting! oy 5
: the spciling of t
tL wae ‘s the Chairman before Drewes ph of coune
thejday of iou. ewedies ponding
aay of eloetion CLAVENS wha ba
suffetere, will makes
+bé ovat pf cleaning oF
way be. Dow's put
Uhie ia the season for
lo rpend a small anceet
pens cotirely spoiled, +

ARK YOU

LEECH ES !
DIEGO MARTIN

Local Road Board,

NOwIroD. "A E, BOLAND,

Chairman,
Juno 2std, 1910,

To Tailors.



N ACCORDANCE with Section 64
Sub-Seetiva (2) of the Hoad Ondi-
nance 200 the auousl c'e-tion of the
xbove board wall take plice atthe War-

dens Office Sucarspo on GOOD COAT M q — To
THURSDAY TBE Stst JOLY, 1910, COAT MARKERS OL
between the abours of Ui sem. ocd 6 4t, STEPHENS, Lr,

clts Tuembers goire out ofetica daly Lith le. ithe lores. THEN wet

Ceddidates for election must give at
least seven cleat dass notice ia writing
to the Cealrmsn before the day ci
stectioa,

V.ce-Vonsulat de France

mia Trinidad,

Clflelds of tel

ES Bureaus do $4 Chancelleris du }* = BY!

Vice Consalat de France sous
J. D. HEN@

oureris tous Je jours, excepidg je
Tho {latest word @
subjects

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HM. ILES,

Coairmas.
WIFE NUTIVE,

HEREBY give saalce thes E dhui
be repos. Eereay dele ot tes Mast
tached by “ey, ie Mery Eagoals Lutic,
4 the oe etiea
ever Tyeun eRe. Fate nad Prete

dimapobes et fees, se matio de 6b d Il
beeres et l’spids midi de 3b & 4 heures

ice Coosul
LEON HOTTINOT.
EV

MON
ADYANGED in small or targe sume
easy $erme on Jewell:

a

$tb July—io

ao

Price... eon Ff

wos
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