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í>a;i,V OSUraNNT
StBjllBBS, LÍA
MU8HS00MS
GLENOÍNNING’S
«■«PIIHIIJEE ti.
Improve Your Appearance
Waterproofs
THESTORES, UMBRELLA'S.
Skeoch & Co,
POE BARGAINS,
SO SAY YOU ALL. !
SS5I
susr
ALL PRICES.
B2ST VALUES.
NEW SHARES.
Glcndinnin^s
Received ex s.s.'Sobo.’
COMPOUND
Would Fumigator.
â– rasMsKi;
60 CASKS
COD FISH.
WESSElU BROS. & VON 60NTABD
70, South Quay.
Ex s.s. Grenada.
ÍÓ” 8jB b’6.’ FATBACK EC0='^°
W. STEDMAN ARCHER.
64, South Quay.
Given Away I!
Two Thousand Fairy Lamps.
Jut ike ihlp? forIbo CORONATION ILLUMI¬
NATION at 12c. and 18c. • doten-
THE ENGLISH BAKERY.
Trinidad Building and
Loan Association,
DRESS • STUFFS,
Nóvéls.
The ‘Lightning1
ANT KILLER
: in Spirit Uniera,
WHISKEY.
Geo. E. McLean
EMBROIDERIES&LACES
NEW LOTS EVERY WEEK.
IBOCH & CO;
o.ujr.iK»;®1,.*.
|I2 FHEPEBIC8 SIP EET—SPECIALISTS IH
ROE S.A...T ,E
SOOTT, BOYD & CO.
Ex Recent Arrivals.
500 E
gV Portland L’ement-
REQUIRED
SOUE SOILS.
Trinidad Manurial Lime
TRINIDAD MANURIAL LIMli.
Vto ?rioidad üfaiPt.cg ad ?uding Pi., LmiJ
TRINIDAD CHOCOLATE FACTORY
Victoria Jnstitute
COROEBT




1' BONANZA ,
GENTS DEPABT’MT-
BOOT DEPT
New • Goods,
SOILED LÍÑEN BAGS.
OEHTSDRiSSWGGOWHS
tanbuttoTboots
MIES IAN DERBY LACE BOOTS
â–  Late Tan Balmoral Lace-Bools,
1PECIAL PRICE, 96o A PAIR
• ^
A BIB N-w Lot,
16-Rib Umbrellas,
OX BLOOD MLB TIE SHOES,
$2.75 to 1.20 a Pair.
BONANZA GENTS DEPT.
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TTHr -'■--“¿Yir--- •
I NEW LI
BQjsrXis
UNDERCLOTHING!
MOTOR DEPT.
MOTOE » CABS,


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m rowor-ftPAiy qa^btte tumpat, juey. w uii.„
For Sale.
í
¡. ÍRBOBNÍP ARRIVALS.
Casos Emporor Frederick Water.
- do. Fairbanks Bine CÍond
* Soap—20s and ÍGj. .
Hosts Cube Sugar—GOlbs
Baskets. Flagniol Oil.
SGHOENRIÍ&CQ.
' South Quay.
AN EASY MATTERS
SELECT YOU ft SWEETS
FOUTIIK LONDON THEATKR, ÓR HAVE
PRESCRIPTIONS
PREPARED
TRANSFER DRUG STORE
Opposite the Transfer Station
m
PKo^rvix:
Guaran teed
Tkread Silk. 1
SSte’ortJn'SÍ Hose*
m
longer a luxury. 1
° w°' W"™"W
toWcar3 Month»Without Hole»
Cm»« in and Loot, Ol Them
Hat, and
Boot
Polishes
m : JOHN HQADLEYT
ganw-ar* BUMi- KvnM I Tailors and Outflitufl
«■StbíSSÍ!
mm
ÍSÍSÍ
STO<
CENTS PYJAN
Tailors and Outfitted
Well out and finjsui
Cool, Shapely and Com:
THE 3303
rtnSfnrmC,K
BBADLD, I>AV OR EVENING !
WILSON
HAVE JUST RECEIVE
Hillinen
LATEST FARIS^MOD
PARASOL
White. Embroidr'd & Colored
veiling;
CHIFFON,—ALL 8HADI
Embro’deri
PLOONCINGS A
LAGEÍ
TORCHONS Wll It 1NSBBTK
SWTIBHS, SILK Bn,
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SOME THINGS WORTH REMEMBERW
Hutch Tablets
Tho Sworn Foe of Bad Broadtb,
Disordered Stomach,
Depressed Spirits,
Dyspopsia,
Flatulence,
Indigestion,
Heartburn,
Headache.
These Ailments
oro generally caused by sodio derange-
sluggish liver. Avoid theso by taking
one HUTCH ns soon ns any symptom
makes itself felt, and if persistent take
one after morning and evening meals,
Celery King
Strengthens and Quiets the Nervous
Never fails to Believe and Cure
Constipation,
General Debility,
.Coated Tongue,
Pimples,
Palpitation.
If you aro naturally disposed to Stomach
TitomiLES, with 1ms Blood, Weak Kid-
NHVS. nni^SusoKUMULB Nbrveb, your system
becomes paralysed, tbo mind despoudent and
tlio spirits delected. CELERY Kino Restores
strength mid Nervous Vitality.
FON SO
Is the bast Word in the Treal
Wasting Diseases,
Tuberculosis,
Pulmonary Consumption,
Intestinal Catarrh
And the Disensos thatlead
It is of Marked Valuó in
of conditions and in the tre
of Diseases caused by BAO'
It.Jhas been used with most e:
results in La Grippe, Cold
Fovor and Malaria.
ARNOTT, LAMEIE & CO.
Marine Squar
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Free Instruction in Fine Silk Embroidery
At the Singer Shop
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Fresh Hevea
Braziliensis
POE SALE.
'Gmriitce Vl CeimSu^r Ãœn&t.)
Geo. R. Alston & CO.
Port-of-3pain.
SV8S1
¿arca» ti
L MUM, 8.
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New Shipment
'ENSIGN' BOX 3TORM
POCKET • CAMERAS,
OtWGHl LOADING FILMS-
jr
WEDDING GIFTS
The Arcade,
HENDERSON'S
JEWELLERY.
Silver Ware,
SILVER-PLATED WARE,
Come early and choose from the
Best Assortment of Gifts
xjsr TRX3snr>^D.
Davidson & Todd
SpSüsji
wsM
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g&sg§j?f
E*sÁ«w“5¡5
■373BC£S AB,O.S.DB.
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ill®!
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TENNANTS AGENCY,
N«. 10, lrMMw«r - • 111.
SO Drum* Mustard Oil.
h:. strong-.
U»T TO HAND
WméM
LAMPORT ANO HOLT LINE OF STEAAIEIS .
NEVER BE WITHOUT
A cottlr ol Handy m the
MARTELL’S,
51ue &- Silver babel,
Tho Boat that can t
”t's‘ ‘■•,just|as“cÓoÍÍ^
Thfl Bonanza Drag
l,T9(f KirUAHLIi SPECIAUTIES
b Given.
Store?, i
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SMITH into? & CO. 'ZüVÜitiXSZ?
“ Uriaanine,”
3X, A T)DBB TBOITBLES'I
BOLAND’S, o, IIbhux Btmíbt,


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WE HAVING
Best Electro
bought
fíate Ware,
WATERMfl
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LADIES PATRONISE US BECAUSE THEY KNOW
OUB SHOES ARE O-OOJD.
UilpiL.
Tapestry
and Cairo
Table Covers!
.01 ol Tapastry Tabla Cowl
Tsism
Oairo Tabla Cavara In iba fsüuwln* t!:ii:
S*.?.5r -SSSISSSS::
[« OOR;ALNb_lj l«ol' 'oo-l* i;*| . .
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Mules, Horses, Shi
Just arrived in excellent &
EX S.S. “HOBATÍ
64 Largo Medium and
MULES
PLEASE NOTE.
FOR ALL YOUR SHOÉ__WANTSi OO TO
3VC X Xj Xj XC X^i ’ s m
IrbiiiJ BovsrDnoct Bailffajs oJ
Pablio Holiday, Disc&veâ„¢
MONDAY, 3lstIJULY,
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STEPHENS LTD.
Amâ„¢ Wedding msents.
STEPHENS LTD.
Silver Ware.
E. P. Ware.
E. P. Ware.
Silver Ware.
BRUSHilSÉYS, ,SÍWBSV
OAKS KNIVESIIti CasaiolG-t3.eo and «S.O0
UANICUUB SbT3—»J.OO. «1.00 to 110.00. |
Hand^lfllirrcrs—tf i.ljO to S'8,00.
WKITiÑfftSEIS-Five Mm.
SUOAlt and CREAM (SBT3-4I&00.
BON - BON DISHES,
SALAD BOWLS *DfB.A«"s
BDITF.lt DISHES—fil.30, 82.00 to «12.00,
ENTBltB^ilSHBF.^dolUmip^.^
MEAT CARVERS. *3.00,4.00
LOVELY VASES,
iU3ifoR8srANnáA$)ío">wli«o,iii),
BISOUÍT BARRELS—Í2.4Ó.
¡MOV
STA*â„¢
Cigarette T ubes—21
Cigar and Cigarette Holden
. Photo Frames,
Silver Deposit Ware :
CIGAR 0OXES,
Benares Ware, China, Crockery and
Glassware.
FOR SALE
ORDON, GRANT & GO.
15,Casks'. Large Newfoundland Cod.
r- do. Prime Large Haddock
do. Hake
25 BXS-IENGL1SH POLLOCK
s English Codfish
lOCBOXES CAMDEN B,1I. SOAP-56/20s.
in' I) M, Soap—56/24S
do. do.— s6Jass
do do.— 50.24s
0 FIRKINS ‘P Y.> BUTTER
CONDENSED MILK.
Excellent Milk
Quality ahmys KetiaUc
GRELL&Co Ltd.
Stationery
School Books-
lair,
MS
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¡SSir
glsSfe-sH sfsm^-
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64a, MüRXNE SQUARE.
POH SALE„
MALL COCOA ESTATE
Ka^r»»£MÍI«>s McEBNZIB i. EIRTÓN'




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~ NO 9-599 VOL. XXX

Stephens, Ltd,

GROCERY DEPARTMENT,





as >>

moe ,
NEW REASON'S

Po whack — aries oe "
* MUSHROOMS
ie a tonproot

—AND--

UMBRELLAS,

’
PAPI NTI ENDO

reece
=ST VALU ES.

~—aT=

THE STORES, |
~ [DE SILVA'S

FINERAL * FURNISH

ESTABLISHMENT,

1 — AND ~
EVIE aTARLES

63. ABERCBOMBIR AT.

b~ DecernoneE 297,
——_—_—=—=_—_—_——_—_—_—==
ea

JOSEPH GONZALEZ }
3 Henry STREET, Glendinnines| »

fHas just recelved ex Recent

Received ex s.s.‘Sobo.








ALL





CARRIAGE HARNESS

(Brown and Black),
MAPPING MACHINES—from 4/- each
be 7- each.

COMPLETE ASSORTMENT OF

Stable Requisites:
ULE COLLARS, CART HARRESS,
‘ QING BADDLES,

Bel SIZE ROPE, HOWESB SCALES.

MLV ANTZ SucKets—a sizes,
Q SHOP LA

Brass Bottling Cocks,

sad Roood HATH PANS,
He Barrel B. L, GUNS—-16 & 20 guage.

b.. Everything as usual Cheap at
JOSEPH GONZALEZ,
: eee

Dentistry.
DR. A. MARQUEZ

DAEL iso! ERG ae Ewved, mat,
RPECIAL Rpariance fo Gold, Crowas,
D Bar aod Bewge w Terais moder:

Paactaalit, and ‘Taiteouve Dare
din all breacbes—Telephone ie

HASH. GROCERY








COD FISH.

WESSELS BROS. & VON GONTARD

70, South Quay.


















PHONE 54





———

Ex S.s. Grenada.













50 Kegs BUTTER—G! Ibs. Net.



25/2 Kegs Do. 33 lbs ,,

TOBA CO | 10/2 Bels, Vo, 0. 10. Iba *
" oO ases Oo. fds
IRMAN aod RECORDEL bra le, 30 Cases De 20/3 I pa

id io Cie and ordiaury
Gat ia Jf ano Ald thos,
mao 4a ke 40's at 8c, per tin,

BACON! BACON Ih

Hams, Hams! !

Choose three quarter sides BELLIES,
U Ls also exeeliene quahty lean an

Stora
duien HAMS," etiegacatity at at ie 6
do,

dove!
eat eee im
. ie Cone Cae 5 i ine
$ tym
Seen ae ene Hib tian,

's Bogle, Deasd pubes a ‘hie
the best, per case and retell,

Eda, der Cheese,
nos 8 year od Whishics,
cine Jeena tla Pe Eoglish and
e sasortinee ol 0;

asteas, Groceries, All needod for house

Phosptates Falierenthe beat food for
b¥elids sod Jof!

Payneu wait ‘and leaus an order,

Restrade's CGelepuated Bowmryd, ~

Also 300 Bags Heavy White CANADIAN OATS
And 35 Bris. FAT BACK PObK—50 pes.
15 , PIGS’ FEET,

xOR SALE BE

W. STEDMAN ARCHER.

64, South Quay.
oy puly, 1911

Given Away T!

Two Thousand Fairy Lamps.

Just the thing forthe CORONATION ILLUMI.
NATION at 12c. and 18c. a dozen.







i










M. W. GOODING,

50 Farix Ntreet,
BIYBEVERICK TRKET

39. Jue 191s,

° | trom thie date, Persons whose appl

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TRINIDAD, et ” JULY

GLENDINNING 3}

28, @mnoon Street

(worell Aenercearire)

TELEPHONE No,
OLDERS o Policies dated 1004, may

bows at the Company 8 Office, i
rr Pe LENNIAL
jor t

Street, [cv jhete T.
SCIP are and

tieeting of mem-

Holders of *Berlp besuod on former

toate emioms ma at ot tbe tbe
Orie for ibe SREB Bac

Ag Marni,
Port-of Spain “y sourers
October 1910.



Trinidad Building and You Will lind here in Great Quantities

Loan Association,

OFFICE’ NO, \s, OB , CHACON STREET.
“‘welephoue: mo, G2
were

NEW SHARES.

EB Board of Directors bas resolved
to commence issuing new shares

cations have been postponed, or thove

desiring to obtain new shaios, may
now a apply. yak! the office of the Aezo--

. Al TMATHISON,
pal, ' ¢~> eereteryy

Ist ofa 191,



COMPOUND _
Liquid Fumigator,

HIS is-a ~ spocial Prep ration
which has killed millions of
Paras] Ants, Always ready, reli-
able and oconomi



avo aievutonace.Tmprove Your Your Appearance




18 1911

















YOU'LL FIND THAT WE ARE SELLING Now
’ THE BEST LOT & VALUUE IN

DRESS « STUFFS,

NALS OF THs.CAR-
. THEJDOWNIALL OF OF THE ‘Gupe e
SO SAY YOU ALL! eA eran
THE NAN WHO DROVE THE OAR
YOU COULD POSSIBLY WANT DAVIDSON & & TODD

DATLY ONE PENNY
“Slzeoch & Colin.
ir § fugh, Get Gilford.
THE LAST aatuLuy” J+ Locke
Max Yomberton,
. Booksellers and Statloners.

' Weve
eee ponrcemet
MoGLUSKY S18 REVORNER—
FOR BARGAINS,
"MARIE CLAINE—DBy
THIS,MNOT OF LUPE ON. Te Beet
A WINTER'S Gout DY alms,
'



en



RIGHT SHADES!

USL PRICES !! Victoria Institute

DURABILITY !! CONCHRI
E Mi B R 0 i D FR | FS & LAG ES BY THE CHORAL & ORGHESTRAL
varius

Aro always an interesting feature in our Eclling,

aoe

Prinelpat Worl
Overture to “Fra pa rote (Auber). oo

NEW LOTS EVERY: WEEK, [vositec!'S;mpnooy .. Schubert)

TheG pales. Becker. A Rapsody for
EMBROIDERES arato Woman what porfume is to the Flower, and oie Chorus an
you get all you requiro by GOING TO

“ PreK on alts’. ee “For Chorus
SKHOCE & Co:

f12 FREDERICK STREET-—SPECIALISTS IN BARGAINS,

SIXTY PEBFOUMERA*
Conductor Haar Noruniorn **> “

GOYARAMENT MTGE

Government Hoare,

SUOTT, BOYD & CO. users

bit ween Ihe 2; “
Ex Recent Arrivals. 1s Say ue ie ee Kay daa












Price Per Bottle -- 720, . pork GU rebviLilag’ al bridge ovee the
(0)}———- 7 amslagen Raving msy be com: cou pleted.
3 100 Bags “ SUPERFINE FLOUR “Snap. Acting Hi eee a
The ‘Lightning’| — 200 —"No, 4” ou ou.
200° Bales GERMAN PAPER’ Gorernmeat Hoare: re
ANY KILLER. 26 Tierces CHOICE PIGS’ TAILS. [szecaeney the Coren hee een
This is the orJicary liquid sold — AND — “fromm the 1s Je
locally, for killing Toraeol Anis, ‘ ' t Trace feom the f° colle $0 “a
tis less concentra an the ~ 1 4 a
abore, 600 Bris, “Lebigh’ Portland ement. 9 | arae
Price Per Bottle ... —_— Actiog Colonial Secreraty,
T.Geddos Grant ' No, 6, Brondway. We tenty enti We
22 tae Teuztons 182 Niet tities cradoten ted
ew gen Se rt of ae ae arene He
A. 8, BOWEN,
Inportaat fo Sphit Dede, FRAQUIRED |__ in.
*Saloon- n keepers and more-so GULF STEAMERS.
to lovers of good ~FOR. ISLANDS & BOCAS SERVICK,
WHISKEY! SOUR SOLLS. |i Bass
NE “underage: “des represeatiog the | - Saturday, ath K July, 291%, . k
T well-knuwo fem of Tax Distillers I Oneenes
Co. ‘Tap, of Edloborgh, b * ved LE aleamer with “performs ber usust X
2 Gisyow a eblp- morolng service, Le the efverzoca she
tent a ihelt oEiganed eafaas Whi vise ef

KING GEORGETY. a Lhguer Whisky,
am
HIGHLAND CLUU Vary Old Special,

These sro belog eold at “reasonable
prices for which e:alries are invited,

INO, T. HODRIGUEZ, Jn
45, Maslow Square,

Joly 8 191l—Im,

Geo, E, McLean
WATCH REPAIRER AND
vEWELLER
24 Froedorick St

DENTISTRY.
DR, C. F, OLARKE

ADUATE of Loward Untroreity
Sargeon Veo tle, Othoe 104



Aus
Dake be tetera Pembroke aod Aber
som by t,—7/4/ 3)
SSS

Princes Town
Lajog’s Fanted Soda Water fad

THE ENGLI SH BA KERY.|% Sweet Drinks cau now bo had 5
\ MILLERS SYORES






wal leave at 3 o'clock instead of at 2
Afonday, Stet July,

Trinidad Manurial Lime,
The steamer will leave Dort-of-Spata at
Cocow Planters, Sugar;Plantera and Cane Farmersyput jnow | R20 am for alt Syme wil sop. hove
life into your Lands by using our -Spaia,

TRINIDAD MANURIAL LIME.

ot aboat Scedey, det Auiguat,
Ouality—Bost. Prico—Low)

The steamer will leave Fort-of Spain at
4am, for Chacachscare direot, bod it
leave thore ot 6 a.m, for all sta:

Teteroa’s ‘eBay. y, arsiviog at Vort-of Spain ss at

Manuracrusep sy about 8.25
“¢ °° \ . ata eet sighews yelable fom
fhe Trinidad Shipping and Trading Co,, Lintd | Accs Tt et
TATE pi a toar Master,



Harbour Master's Office,

[RINIDAD CHOCOLATE FACTORY | 2228 ree —

4b July Til,
Maonfactsred Ly A, SOUBLETTE at No. 15,0erk bt,, Port-ol-Spala, }

18 Excellasey the Govenor has
ot ee pleased toa ve the closisg to
Â¥ CHOCOLATE ts ephred t bya tpectal and scleotilic process which insures yatta 7 the Moang Dusaty Quasar
M ila comptete solabl. uy aod ects forts the osaalaite sroma of the Vocus besa “ Roary fron ba the Bed Joly te Bist December,
oe ty deci sit Foreiga Tuterencer. Aud made from the fore ‘selected be ane tt is at, th deys toclasive,
net ta dele ch 38, Lat as © pourkbos bb it ie onstvatled, Put op io 4, file lend 60 cal,
al a
To ek Pacha ire the following Orecerlas 1= GROCERY GOODINGS i ¥. RECS (New York Mateblicbweo th MARQUEZ , Oltoor,
HTANDALD, and from Shope la own At country dlateicts
A. SOUBLETTE,

November 27b—1 yy,

Cx ‘ary a 7 Ce be
a 2 wv
divveton of ibe Diatales

By Comasad
HG, BUSHE,
Aotg, Colosial berrea: tary
—— oid










































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Fa ven Lied goose os bth on THE. PORTOF SPAIN GAzkttr UESDAY JULY. 18, 1911, m . inh .

: , youth of the place, many of stages and which tnyotve Imperial and
LEOOLATIVE SOONOK.. Troe deeca werg Known to’ the local interests of high cia te wes
. CouncH, ated a great many others by | necessary that the Governmentichould & }
(Coatinued from Page 2.) certata in the community to | be armed with powers of supervision ‘
extort high rated of Interest, depend: | rather than of conttol, Sa far as Secs
1d mot be dealt with under ing meloly u; dhe certainty tbat the ¢ tlone 6, 7 and 8 of the Ordinance werd
t they would be de- publicity of thelr extortiona would re- [ concerned, and toe large extent Neo
abd ronning | Mala tn ev ng datkness. What | tlone 0 and 10, they wergeepetition of
ought to be dove wae to Insist on the | Ordinance 3 of 19:0 The provisions
fac! of repletra tion sala Hing fand;[of the Onlinance which ae
otigh some ittie | Bot only mere registratio re [ new, were bone or two defi
to fe mo o,f on of the person actually land. fons of off fuel, which a peared
hg the saoney in hie own and proper | fn section 2, and also the priyistons
ame, oF et, he ought to have | of sections & 4, and6&, which dealt
id "hn “her” own nanie, becanse | with the conditions under which
extortionate loans were mainty,| refineries should, be trected.
x my woartn. who hating emall { and carried on, Section 3 epecificall
or

. SantaRosa Races, 1911,

THE ARIMA SAVANNAH

—ON—<

Friday and Saturday, Ist and nd September.






































































































































not as if wae saying that ught ita ve xood way | provided that the erection of al
B trac trade, i Hying by lending that | future refineries was to be! subject ta Ordonez
4 Onder the patronage of Hils Worship The Mayor (Â¥. 8. BECK LBS, Beg.) belode or atoen ce, pet whe hee. Abt tal ou at high rates relgitg on] the Governor, So far as refineries * br de $
, nee waa unlawfol a: heredore, og reesure which fear of publicity | already erected were concerned that an
could be om the contract, | Would put on thair debtors, wae beyond the purview of the onli: Juan, Poo
orrroraus: But what the Act did say was thie? 4, QUNSTION 5 nance, “It waato be well understood Rica writers
Jedg® vincGourses oT gehen OL Sugblig” Nog HE eens Eat | otto, Comen tere Tapathey with thls Ordinance atthe | entered ae aise ea azch mie oetere
irdaep tne Course Tig upton Fite gmoney es | of die Court, that a combat, ree | apeer nay wit tole Ortlnnnce phe | glare aicgedto wich au erteot | if
Ee sKetic, am bsyuner esate ARTA atts | menteen tn oe ery Tr | Bilge uA Tees, te yAea | eau amr ngt Sey a | Lor got ae, are
os » D jater, Bir, Ln Ac tou. | wi ot, tI DLN ie queation ‘.
midi eee 1a urers iwew. eo Jeckles, Me 5, it Wade, RMe Gc Deane, contract’ which had been roan ates upon which he was not quite clear | stantially alterin apy _ refinery ave oltaleed excelfeat resuhs

fom t. Thi ,
notrcenble pled sient
ine had utterly faled,”

Smal and Large Bottles
DAVIE & LAWRENCE 00, 6,

erence ittees Me, WX Beckles. Mr. J. He Wade, Mr. G.G. Deane, Mfr, As

ca mm & bad! ht, Mn D. Sytateier Bir, Heder Box Mr, fk gt Nan Braet.
2.0, Flanag' 6 es Ka xoo, + yi 7

Flan oor Coie oT errors, baie Le Lovie, Listy Tle de Nobrigay Eee

OR mmm

ent to the law, but the: i sed the Attorney would be
fating the seventy a te rates wnt good enough to clear fh up, A man
had been acquired under that contract, | Went to a moneydunder and asked to
perwoe wh cursed on Uae ed aelS | pared to pey $30 ineetente Te. other
Oey enter eng eee bisinese Porda he ore $50, He went to Court

whetber erected before or “after the
Passingof the ordinance, For all
matters of that kind, Permiasion thad
to-ge obtalned la writing from the
Governor, Nobuly was bound to





f money-lending, and ve difficult carry on the business of oll-retining; J ; >
‘ wins z a1 7 \ ny and confessed judgment for $150, brit fanerguch as thera wero not sod 2 ”
Woights for AKe.-Creole Morsen questions of law fad attaen he +e ortat | That judgment Sasi rechatereh: | Gat itt eee eet cy
tnd le HeneE wttaaetsabics hte | tte me tmnate Uitte | eh odtatnt tate tet | “Tow auapsoy Gomer a
. Gouget rd Justice Farwell, cea front his 0 ‘al is 7 8 mney General replied and
5 Syearsto cary we ~ o- ow we 103 Ihe, thers hree |, The Attorney General replied, St | for shippibg purpose it was essential {ithe 5 .
2 Be won a 2 ™ “ me ne ibe. transactions tt mipnef leoding dd not | had been held that a judgment night that a berewaheaid not be able ta the ad! Ut was’ was left in com Home I odusirles Assoolalten,
& Svandandertocary 2 we a o~ 133 Iba, fonstttate + che business of money- be reo pened under Circumstances of inord or Jess re plate Lhe suse eae neue LEPRRS' ORDINANCE ——
_ Maen and Geldings altewed mee a eee qoute they, comld | ander: | esteres ths Cont eenideR toed | anetey cae pala aceonting to] His Hxcellency eaid with leave of | DRESS-MAKING ! MILLINBRY !

the Council, he pro; to ask

. ned 8
/ Qmpyported Thoroughbred xformses, Attorney Geueialtomore the first | CORSETS TO ORDER}

disiculty and ersated a greatdesl of | & fair amount to be paid in respect of J serious condition of affairs might





























. un nty. Where they bad a Ja the transaction It would order tobe paid @atise, The Imperial Government act | reading of an ordinance ‘amen PANAMA NATS!
6 furlongs, 7 tarlongs. 1mite. classeng , solely and clearly in the Mr. Dyett:—In a case like that, aj lng on the supposition that the busi- [| the Tere Ordinance, tor reasnioe BAND-PAINTEO ARTICLES
Zyesratocarry 1 we 103 Iba, oe 08 Ibe. 08 ihe. bualness of money-lending it might Indgment bot binding? nees would be carried on continuously | net ont by blawelf eailier fu the OURIOS,
Syearstotarry —... aw 325 Ibs, oo = TB Iba 114 Ibe, poreibl be adviable, as was thought |, The Attorney General t=No. and actively, might enter into cettaln | day: A °
& Band @ yearstocarry = 4. LW lbs oo = 123 Ibs, . 120 Ibe, in Englaaod, tolimltthe operation of | THK ORDINANCE POSTPONED, [tines of activity, and auddenly they The Attorney General then moved { EAST INDIANHEWELLERY

might tind that by capricious exercise
of power, the owner of a refinery
might cease to carryon the business
of refining. Incasea ofthat kind, it
was provided by section 5 that pvery.
one ~who staited the businces of — oll-
retiolog, rqust catry it actively, con-
Uauously And In’ @ “bona fide”
manner, abd luthe event of hie fall-
Ing todo so, he ls made liable to a
Penalt ~ But that was not made abso:
lute if he can satisfy the court thatthe
Cessation was dus to sume cause be
yond his control, and then he was
etenipted front any liability atall, He

the Act merely to ie who carried Mr, Fenwick sald,ina matter of
Weiseheos For Height for rPontem. gn that Eoslncor Bul he h ne fol} iiss rh Chet com: mn,
birt er areal nee | cea ea
Feneitien. ing Roa cet we winetoeed er | a omlice frock inet edhe

Foch as ectctace St te ba tener topenatis neared tor wicsig| vised abe “oval taw; Anolicr | file tclloey might te advice to
h ty Creoles nme hore red tt fon cui the Weit Indies and Dritteh Gulane by people: who had read the draft. tag mt Adama Smith salen very
ghrcrapeiass ete never et snd toalodin the West Indies Vamalca) | BESTEM OF REGISTRATION | | snemeeion meds by, the fener ue:

the first reading an ordinance to amend -

the Leper's Ordinance Nor tie Ladies &Childrea's Underolethiag
The Solicitor Geueral secomled and —

the onlinance was read a first time, | Mesding peatly and promptly executed,

Standlng orders were bert suepended, Tess, Light Leockes f.

and the Hill passgl through Ite ro" AKES | PRESERVES

Smith Robertson & Go

THER FIRST READING,
OÂ¥FER FOR SALE

The following ordinances were read
Bx a8. “*Torgorm” from Glasgow,












& frat time +

An ordinance to Amend the Coron-
ers Ornilnance, No. &

An Ordinance toamend the Ordin-
ance No, 6-191, entitled “An Ordin-



. ance relating to the prevention of
English Ia could beany possible question as to | did not think ft was necessary fur him 0
Creols tho roaghbred, horses allowed 14 Ibu when meeting Importef thoroughbreds buduers of Mnouey lending. on the tis need for fuch alaw, but it wae | td deal with any other sectlun, as they aceldents by fire to amend the Wills
Jamaia de dom flo, ibs. do. bd go. register, If hedid not register, not | Just ponsible that after careful conslde- | simply iustrated yrrinciptes already [ and Probate Urlinance No. W. 7
} Greote half bred horses qo z {he ae imported poies, o only did he lose his interest, but, (if he 7 ration it might califor sume aleration | endorsed by the Council; but ho would |” Aan Ordinance toamend the Immi- | 24°! Fleet OLV SCOTCH WHISKY
1 Sree normntes ae ibe do. do. recollected rightly) he lost his capital in deta de. thought he wes Jn cell attention pe articulas | r to the pro gration Ordinance, No. 161, £u 4.8. ‘SALYBIA‘ from Londom
Creol well, baca
Freel a red not exceeded to atone sibs, «+ _ Creele thoroughbreds. brought by a moneylender who wes General when ‘he said tha tnoney- | the suaking of regutations, It would See ence ep cmend the, Public | 60 bags OM GENOOREP 8 Cocoa Manure

Health (Special Pow Oo:
Ne oh pecia! ers) Ordloance,

An Ordinance to permit the release
on probation of offenders tn certain
cases and for other matters Incidental
tet Drliuance to amend th

n Oniinance to amend the District
Court (additional Powers) Ordinance,

ane Council then adjourned sine

3 " br be remembered that in the course of
Common-bred ponies allowed Tlbs. when meeting half bred ponles, debate on the Pipe Lines Ordinance,
Mr. Fenwiek raleed the question of
phipping Places, and he scemed to
have thought that some provision
ought to have been mada for the pure
pose of creating shipping places and
inore or less regulating the develop
ment of that industry. Un that occa-
sion he (the Attorney General) gave
reasons which he bopednore orlesssat-
istied thé Council fur not Introducing
a Prpririon fov the regulation of the
DB

not registered. It seemed to him that } lenders should be registered, and that
it might be all well where they were | point as well as many others in con:
confining the operation of the Act to | Héctlon with it needod some considera-
. rofessiunal money-lenders, but where | ton. He certaloly thought the Gov-

Fi RST DAY. fhe were not carrying the operation | ¢rmment wasto be congratulated on
— oft he Act Lolo the case of what they baring at fos pene ka bjork thee

=! DL, mile and a distance, A prize of 870. n to all f rolg! call non-professional money. bance ving for odjoc a
comet jiatoa have newer one prise exceeding #30. Entrance 1 Welguta lenders it would not be unfair to lay | Which he thought bad been very long
‘for sue, down # stipulation that everybody | desired by a large portion of the com-
Pony Matven.--Time 1.3 p.m, Distance 6 furiongs, A prise of $30. Open tp all | whoentered into ansurious money. | Mvuity He didnot know that bis
ponies fourteen hands 2 Inches and under not thorough (hat have never won &.] lending transaction unless he or she | 8Ympathies were so very largely in
ot prize exceeding, ¥atrance $3. Weixht for helght. were registered must fail in an action j f#vour of that classof borrowers that
La Invia Cor.~Tims 2pm, Distance R toile and a distance, Prise~A Cup pre-| brought og the contract. And conae- | the Acting Sollcitor General referred

Bx Sltoamer from
$0 cavea Ficvat OLO PORT WINE,
Bx Revent Arrivals and Ex Store.
OLEOMARGARINE *OAKDALE

No. 1° all
GAUTIERS BRANDY ewe
CIGARS finest HAVANA,

CIGARS, BRAZILIAN {a Boxes of

100 aod 200,
PORTLAND CEMENT, “ Yeter's”
FIRE BRICKS Greseeae weet

87. RAPHAEL WINE,







itit become nacessaryto adopt a policy

all
. nled 14 hands and under not thorougtbred, Entrance $3 Weight for height. of that kind, power waa taken under

REEDERN Stakes. -Time Bp.m. Vistynce Sfurlongs. A pi of 300. Open to

~ all Cyeole horses two year old. Entrance $2, Weight for age.

Barway Stakes. -Tlise 4.90 pm. Distanos 6 farion, A prito of $90. Open to all
fea 14 hands £ inches aod under, not thoroughbred. Estrance $6, Weight

cases, yetnot make it necessary for | Widows and persons of that sort, had
the Persone who lent TmOoLy to] to borrow money and psy the most
register. Now, as be had said, thle | surious and upreasonable rates of {n+
Act was a serious one; {it was one | terest,—In fact, who had been practi.
which struck at many things at cally ruined for want of the protection

ented by Mr, J, C, Macedo with $100 added from the fanda, Open to hi to, ashe knew that there had been ustry But section 0 gave the Gov. “Tar Sart or Sars* - .
horses, Bait pred from Jamalca and all pontea dhands Zioches and under, Ea. | Bezel ine ee copes eg fate case of the greatest possible hardship | e:nor power to prescribe the places of 9 5 Cheon Btroets a
Camost Gs Welghtto 3 fxm. Distance Jot a mile. A prize of Open to was to make the law applicable to all | Where’ inexperienced women such aa | shipment of crude oll or products, and nn eee ‘

THE PORT-OFSPAIN

Symphony Orchastra’s Concert

the ordinance he pucpose of seeing
that the develOpmebt pruceeded along
the proper lines. Hejtound that par

wet Salt

helght, present existing in the community: | which would be given by an ordinance | ticu ar provision exiating ia ordinance IN AID oF
nn) rn k / auch aathia, Ilo a, with the sug- | 3 of 1910, and presumably it waa debat- : . .
SECOND DAY. solar trie ea Petsoually re, naw | Geation of Str Fenwick that the ordin: | ed and considered by the Counc | If your Head aches, if your | tux HELHONT REHAN Dors
en tlon, much as he Lelleved in the neces. | ance should be submitted to a conwit [| when that ordinance was passed, and tongue is coated and your

tee of commercial men.

he naturally incluted it in the present
Hie Excellency said the Government

ordinance, Now Mr Fenwick camd at
(he eleventh bour and founded aseries
of cooundiums (iauyhier , whlch
he {the speaker) could nut get pver by
sayloy Bothing upon them when
he was dealing with the measure,
Jt appegred that the Ouuncil, (aud he
was vot responsible) oa the last occa-

t scaP.— Time Lp.ur. fof « milesnd a distance. A prise of | sity and value of Its provisions, with-
Ter hiner sa hee to revelye 3. ote toall Creole hordes eligible to run J oul proper discussion, and that was 0
: In the maiden, Kotrance $7.50, Sweepetate $i -, | Why he wae gladto hear the, suggew | Were quite pyrared to accept the pro-
Pory Matpev Hanvicar.—-Time 1.40 pin, Distance # furlongs. A, prize of $50 f tion made by His Excellency thatthe proposal fe sould appoiat a com-
at which second horse to reosire $10.00." Open tomll ponies fourteen, handa two [ debate on the second reading should [iit after being advised asto the
fechoe had oder, not theres hbred, eligible to run in the Pony Maiden. En- Ithentakeplare and the matter dis bel persons lo serve on dt it tands
Be $5.00, Swee, ° ussed a hance meanwhile
Brewanne HANDIOnP-lime d p-ma.-} of a mile ahd a distance. Frise $120 of which cussed in pomumittes ery secthone nent over for second read "

ing.
second horna to recelve $25.00, Open to Creole i half breds from Jamaica, Ordinance ought to be considered by INDUSTEHIAL TStAINING.

Tobs given at No. 8, Sackville St.
—ON=

WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 8x
to begia at Bis ae & TOL,
Tickets can te obtatned at M.
Witsobe (a. &@ TW Lat 4 Uornes
Btore, wheres Plan of the Hall lato *

mouth tastes bad, if you feel
nauseated on rising, if you
are constipated, it means
that your stomach is wrong
and you. need Abbey’s Salt,

and all ponies fourteen bands two inches and under, Eutrance $12.00, Sweepstakg

THE COMMENCIAL COMMUNIT The Attorney General in moving the | slun was anxious to provide for the 2 seen, .
Staxn WayntcarThine 2.20 p.m.—Distance 2 ofa mile. A prise of $30, 0f which | hore, and all he could say was that, wo | second pead Loy of an ordinance to | the | active development | of the and néed it badly. Cee eor geeks 4s OF, 2deiesion s—
peed ts ate 0 Dia pt ach Risin 27 | AES Pay war conor ot | ae PUM GE on [A GME telat aM | Nothing so. bad for your | Mftepasses ant Ewes Bar
‘ . t aby su ic w s - . .
separa lla tine 8) os birane f ftom, A Rene of mn | were anew ine few of anending | nent hed een gnade In conegusnce | ofan er7imiy wo wet a lowe or | healthasadisordered stomach, AP. LEZAMA,
CABO! TOO. ‘ ’ . an
Sid Sweesiake goa ma , that was thought” neeese oi, | Btatoandbewassurethat hie friend Ale, nothing so good for a dis.

necessity ofcatrying on actively and
thoroughly, the develupment of thuse
Jande If he entereed into an agree-
ment todo so, Aud that he nider
stood was the meaning of that section,
If aman elther bought or leased lands,
and if he agreed to carry on the work
of prospecting or winnlog oil on those
Jauds, he was not to be allowed ture-
nain werely ion possession of the land.
Ifso he had broken hie contract aod
was put io the position of having bie
lands or conveyance void, Ile sup-

the Council entered juto ressous
‘or so doing, and he thought ft was
hardly puswible for him to give
the reawone why the Oouncil had done

|

The Acting Solicitor General sec-
onJed and the ordinance Laving been
read a second time, Council went luto
committee,

Mr. Fenwick sald ha did
not eco the use of feyielation
ou that pulot, Nobody was going
to burden Nineelf with euch restrle:
plone merely forthe sake of guing in
lor oil,

Mr, Adatn Binith sald section 5 of the
ordinance would strangle the industry
and filghten away caplta lista, Ile
strongly objected to it

Me. Fenwick moved an amendment
that section S be deleted.

Uis Excellency said he was afrald
he could not accept the anzendiwent as
it was by direction of the Hecretary.of

Secret & '.
July Heeb, tlhe 7 & Treasurer

Ice House 4

GROCERIES |

—AND—

LIQUORS!

he hed been thetssring epi in theop.
shown to othe moring splritin op-
fectly bona ye ron Sah be position to the Ing of the measure
only foo ready to do anything he | [nite present form. Dy section 11 all
couldto consider any euch views as | Persons engaged in particular trades
night be forwarded.” The object. of unless they were registered they could
the Ordinance was not to affect | nobrecovermore than the wages for

Arios Handicap -Tlme ‘ein Distance 6 furlongs. A prise of $05.01,0f which | imniting it la ditections where ‘It wee

+ second horss to receive $15.0, Open to all ponies, fourteen haudatwo Inches and
under. Not thoroughbred. Entrance $5.5. Sweepstakes $5.0)
Bavannan Forcep fianorcars-Tiime wpm ¢ mile at a hietance, A priza of

Forced to all winners, and open tu all horses and ponies that baveraced at
meeting. Entraqce §¢. oOweepstake 9. o
bona fide busivesss it was not to| Unskied labour, Mr. Wharton had
attempt to depress toe market value | Urged that-that was a hardship opae

ARTICLES. of » commodity such as money, people whowere already employ:

for every horse | because he thought ove fruitful source sand when the tustter wae re-
1 Ouners of horecs are caqalred to pay gt for the use of Ube conrve or every ot confusion iu the minds of those | fered to the Secretary of State for
2 Allentrics and sweepstakes to be made with the Secretary at the Arima Race | who had talked on that question was approval, he endorsed Str, Wharton’ 3
on Saturday, August 2, Ill, at dU ociok, p.m, after whlob date andtimemo the fact that they dhd not realise | Views, So that the object of the
"ENR TSE tobe declared i oe ASE iia acy tere | Hocrthet tener he tudes
at fT entry. . \<
t speuretn of ove: horse ente uae tubscrtle 95 to the race fund, even wick. taal? was’ one of the strevgeet Pratoiog Ordinance, erent evga:

‘h the h bu ed nother person, in particlar trades prior to the passin
f Two horeos ‘at least not being tik property of the sane owner ta race, otberwlse | anuwers to his arguments agalust the of the ordinance. Pp s

uestion raleed soine tinie aga as to ite 4
fotherace fondyand trey bores ct least to atart or ao seoond Jrise ill te riven ting adviaable to have a limitation PE wae eo ACRE Rolicitor General eaid It
e fe ting and a e@ ral of interest. ‘ar as he

le ae jumence at Lolock yma ee belt settee uhtch fre minutes will | could see, they bad no wore right to | tbe Attorney General had said, And
‘allowed. and the horses then et tha post Will be started. “After the bugis pound all | [imit the rate of intervat than te limit | hebad much pleasure in seconding
ns are warned to keep off the course untilafter the race and tue riders bate return the Trice of flour, It was culy because | the motion for the second reading.

16 welxt. se conditions arisen which enabled | But he was afrald that the point whic
7, All horses mant he saddled In the enclowure provided for that purpoes sad ridden ple to ex! amounts far in excess | bad succeeded was not the only one
the race stand at feast once before each rave, under a penalty of $3 of market value that the necessity for | tbat had been ialsed probably, he
2 Rees bi Rorabetaley ren eve ‘Rot will Se edo the course, lepletation of thie kind had occurred. fhought “by Mr. Hobson. Hie] xcele
'@ hucksters or persons carrying tray: " \- acy would reaiember tha was
Im No Jockey who’ lies been Suspended at this or any other racecourse will be cable to rye at peta or pubentteed to the Gouncilthatit wes
ig

The Ail oserweli of rldcre tobe jonted up previous to nrting fr the ree: bis kind might increases the evil f imposible for any court of justice to

f rece On., Ladies I dollar Children 34, | rather thau decrease it, It was hoped | adjudicate upon the difference between
Hoc france Wellace Bland on rece dayez Gentlemen Oey Ladies felt receive one | That it would not bot dita ieee, [a person etaployed ae kn uesk illed

an's, one lady's and one child's ticket for each day. that was the poly reason fot legisla: | Jabourer, ands ‘workman. To state
13, Stalle for the ronvenlence of owners of horses at ¥ dole. stallfor both deys. tion of thle kind, . But whether that } an instance by way of illustration. If
UL The measurement of ponics wilitake placeat the Arius btand Paddock op 18 plece of work were given da a inan
Angast 3th, between the hours of | and 5 p.w., with or without shoes. (2 wakes cabinet for a given sum, and

ordered stomach as Abbey's
Salt.

London Address 144 Queen Victoria St, oc.
Scld in two sizes by all Chemists and Stores,
and bs Mewia. WI Hoss & Co., Portof Spain

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was well founded of not must



. TRINIDAD.
25 No horse Will be allowed lo enter wa a Sal? bred oF claim 827 slower ee ra eased | ‘he workinay turned dot wm Jou that | Slate that the ondivanee was boing — BALI VOH TURSDAY ‘T4E 18TH
bred or common bred unless the owner satisties the Committee at the time of entry that was satisfactory to the empjoyer ; the pa , ¥ Ord ji
Oh animal fe not (horoughired or half bred. falling such proots the anlipal will by con: Jove (o see whether the Goverainent bel bathiagedyisieht {The ainendment was bot on th DAY OF JULY t¥1t, *
mired tuorochiord tog ity snd that weeny be ubiely | think ofapylying he pretieiog of this | majority, all the omicialu ying ia its] LEQ D. FITZWILLIAM rr
a dectarstion as / 0 14 ab waawhy he not only O ‘a bere! ven
piacl® fhe biewatds reserve to themselves the riglt to demand to fo KR cerhed the opponent? he wot only oo ayy re use Poyurent excep fayount? the ofteiels xetlng In . Uptomelsiety 4B LIG NOTIOK t beraby teen thas }
. Tarte of horws eater. starters to be posted up a quarter of an hour before | discussion but Upressed the atrong | on the basis of « labourer’s dally wage. | Afr, Hobson asked whether Bection 8 E36 Bt Vincent Street, Bos ia a cortaln Memorandem ot Mote
he hour ized fur the starting cheach race. , ° hope indeed that full opportunity | Itwould create a state of things was to prevent isonopulien from belng Port-of Spalo. aege Nr, 3 dated 1uth dey cf Fetreny
Us, Any person making objuction to auy horse or rider must lodge at the tme of | would be taken to discuss the matter, | which, najudge of experience could | ubtaloul, or to $ a man frou 1000 and made by Kedgeouomar ia faveer
stering ble objection 10 dolu, with the Becretary, which Intbe event of the TIE ORDINANCE SKOONDED, possibly solve, and such a provision [bis own Inaptitude? If the object | ecm ene ot Albert Guy Pow, there wil be pat op
trieetion Leiag consiiered frivolous, orvexatlous, wilt be fortelted tosbe race fund, or | ‘The Acting NolicitorGeneral sald, In | would Lea mere dead letter, But al- | was tu preveut monowolles, he could EDUCATIONAL: | forsale by pattie aaction by the ‘sadure
Hotheratsa will be returned Ca the objector. : secondin, the motion of the Attorney. | most every judue would hold the em- | not see bow the section carried out sigved 8 Seals Auction Mari No. # Meek.
: wo groums' tickets only, which must be worn In ihe bat, be allowed for each General for the second reading of ployer to his contract, notwithstand: | that purpose at all, Assunipg that TREW P. ayite dea Iroas of playlug | ville Mirest, ia the Town of Port-el-Mpaie,
2, The decision of the Nefcrence Committee on all matters cohaected with theee Bill, be vet ke to tor ore, br two | In; Neen eee eer mae. fot Toll peng ropertive and Ca sometblog more then, & Pas th te edt 3 2 Sor gt July Ht, x i
amore In the nature of sugges : se "alk ‘alls ween 4 of coe a,
mere ‘A satis cloth with number will be proyided for sach horse, whose ewner will Uoa than criticism, because he recog: | Ume, and subsequently passed through | bought Ie several wun) Deasaut pro- Piceo, i) finde) Polaatablng Teueber, ob | and ologelar thet coriala 4 farcel
be quired ta deponit 4 shillings at the thine of entry for we of same, which amount nlsed that bls Rositlons there au net Ite rewmualoing sages aid became lav. [retors, to wnat way coul wis “ST. | Moderate rate by writing te, AMEUL of Tend Sinate ta the W of Terure te
refun turn. ow . A. comprising sleven
a ‘Tenders fur the hire of the Savannah Uate and Bar under the Stand for the two | inessures. Gircumelances nade . It Bt, the capplisation of the Acting yantege ot te ae consider the No. 10 Henry Siscet | acre, three roo's acd twealylelus
eve of the races will be received om the day of entries at the ,flace Stand upto 1.30 necessary to introduce this act: viz, icitor Gene! e second seadiug | lease as null and vo July 11-20, Port-of Bpein, | be the came a little more or lene
Tee amount To be pald by the pervon whone tender bas been aevepted ab the saina me | the advantage taken of the'eztravas | of an ordinance relating to Public and with the abetials aad



Vealth wae postponed. =

OIL REFINING. Rickles Ant!Oonsunptive Kyrap
The Attorney Usueral, tn moving | needs oo reeamendation, To all who
the second reading of an ordinance | are faroillar with it, Ht speaks iterlf,





ibeceol shewe je the o
tbe itest Dvoperty heaghtet Mest, es
twee iy follo 338 aod boamded on

ace,
The Stewards reserve to themeelven the right torun » Pari Matael,
All Jockeys tiding in these races willbe required to be ficensed, and tqust
Y to thre Hecrecary for thelr license not later than Wednesday, August d0th, és
jockey willbe allowed luside

pce isdensasetanhiaacaneiaeaineneeena OY
“ChitiPest oF ALL OjLa— Consider
low the curative qualities of Canadian
Meallog O11 it fe the cheapest bf all

NOTICE.

* of admission will be provided, without whkh no puBrye NOTICE ls gives that there



neloeu latlugto the miuing and retising | Years of use in the treatuwut of colds will boa pew Soclety opreed om ihe | North by fends of Coorben on the
Nb, “Entrance to the vse on the race days are as follows ~Satperibers’ cai Ceeee erat trey ito tare is otal mld be did not thik hd need . and coughs and all atfations of the [2b dsy of this month sf 13, Alderte f by Crews Laad oo the Best by leeds of
Fages and homes undsr uaddie f shi! Non-subscribera carriages aud their borees | Canada from coast tu apsst and all | into detslla, because they had already [ throat has unquestionably established | Biret, Wordbrork, ander ‘be name uf | Boodboo and on the West by leade peta-
pater saddle § shillogs, at each time cl entering btewnds Free. J counte mertheots keep {t for salu, | been endorsed when the Pipe Line Or | as place auung the very best medi | * UNITED LOVE hooey * toned for by Bechaaleg,
HARRIS N Ha, belog easily procurable and oz: | dinance wae passed, © principle | cioes fur euch a t you give { G, MOORE, Dated thle soeb ay of Jane, 1011. ‘
0, BERNARD, tremely Bioderate tn price, ng ope | was practically, that with an Industs yp | tltrial Jou wil pot regret it You ww! Poesident, LOVIS JOHN @ CO 7
Lore Eecresary, pow be without a botlis ofl of ibs kind which was Jaite carly | find if 23 cents well davested, valy lhe de, Avotlonssra,

4

























ie = ye 7 ‘NOTIC zB. "Thdminicteal a ter Gonerals| ; ¢ S°52% sf TNEORANGE Pi C
-A-Ghance for Someone ° Si] arth | ZY) ranneks co iii ave.
» 1% pursuance c of Section 64, Sales, ate. 25 er a pertiee secepted by]
: : Sub-Section 2 of the Road Jad) ds eae %
f Ordinance, No. 200 TRINIDAD. ue of ee he & The North Britteh & Moresatiie| AMERICAN Axe of
‘ desiniotrotor - General's Ordia | a
; The Annual Ebootlon |, Asnicicrer- Seo ¥s pa | 8 . ‘
LANDS FOR SALE [rican te tet| carats maea At {d| 28 | 1 | RRURINCE COTO. 4
altred A e aca ot |Q | 4 ; | eutnuttenec s8@% 7
; . i will be held at the Warden's | Ait, hong: late of te vated . ss E —_— 7
1 ce, St Ann's between the| Drocaed ntestate, < a a â„¢ Wo are now to aceopt TOR SALy 9
450 Aeves In the Penal Resk District, | Ofice & A nen sad'é pon | omen ee en i RE 32 |e |uswonmeol 1 scoort x
EAR to Me Marsn‘s Estate, Fertility 6b well froown to need description, 4 a yet daly, iil, berween the hours : {°F Vm rioks ks, Motor, Kogios and Boiler 7
The Morse Disbte Qaarry Road (« good carrisge rosd), traverses thoee Tharsday 20th Joly 191, got t a 3 pre * | 2 Refiseries, Residentis! a
Janda, A faig screage is net apart for pasture and Buildings are on one side, sod UBLIO OTICR fe hereby given | o 4 _([2 Bowses, and other 7 property; Oil . “104
the calivatios Je oa both sides of the road. Aber are scout 27,000 young cocoe for the Purpose of Alling the by {hat there Avetlon be be puts vy for, agle 8 3 3 Tanke nad their cont contents ete, wd
ivtlan sons 3000 yoee Hisveatrece, This will makeone oie Gant coos [seats of two members going | vadersianeds Portotspaia, on Thre ,- . 3 ©. mx ‘
tod Hubber extes fa the loland, wad with very little trouble, ae there will be | out of office, day tae oun duy of Ja 7,101} between K ; ¢ ‘4 CLAMS PROMPTLY SETILED a © ars
. plaote nert yee to cultivate all the rect of tbe land, aod contractors are to be had Candidates tor election must | Ail that parcel oF ot of Jona form. u as’ Bole Agents ST, Pevermest —THE Ss
In abundance, The forward their names in writing | [S, Part of the lande of the & ie ; 4 fae Trinidad Bal te & Trading f aa a
Chief Reasons for Selling to the ‘Chairman, at Icast seven In the Ward of Toco having a fronts je 3 4 3 ; 3 Be., Till Bl ay
These Lande are too far from the owner's principal estate ia the district to be cloze days before the day of | Rosa by ot a by one hundred fect ta depth. Sz 5 Mu Anus SUE SOE See - xe an
wet with APPLY TO . 4, B, BOLAND, {ends of, the vald ee ————— Bpecle (Gold or iPost, "s acd Begistered For all ki} y
lands o! fe ° a
Bt Anse LR Doard, Chatrmes, the the South on the Faris bain 4 oayed gy se-}30,5 8
KE Office Santa C Road, on th lands of erent prt uO |.
lop tere OTTO RADCLIFFE CLARKE, ‘ann dose idit, UvedidLa Rorrice Sete butpow on} =| BL | ssateoniemuo 4] | THE OCEAN Electrical |
__ a ibe'ivee ao ienasoftesacle tondoa | | ; 7 [MATE WSWRANCE 08, UID ~Tu4
t now on lands of W, J. jou, OF g cz owes A AL, Mota’ t
THE STANDARD NOTICE, — |Eereiehibecciye) | 3 | 2 [BE Jou” SPP P aan | HBTLLOH Met
Dated this 3rd day of Jaly 1911. BRBER a a) & long life
LIFE ASSURANCE COMPANY —— “aasiaieoncmen |f | S3| $82 [5 | dgvntetne seinDAD nie | TF Hse
s * 2
EXTABLISHED 1825, — INCORFORATED 3910. Diego Martin Local Road adi og 3 ; PING 4TRADING Oo LGD | A Fine Asrortment of J
Head Office-Edinburgh, Scotland. Branch Office forthe Weal Indies, Barbados TRINIDAD. er of 4 . 5 & Arrears of House Rule or 1911 T House Rilo for 1941 Alwaye on hand ol
rr - I tter 0 ~ Prices, y
{nmeed Foods 1 Excond = = a nindasoos Foard. The ._ Administrator Generals Ordin- q 4 43 treats 0 9056 Ne or "3 D.
Agurances |. 289,439,000
oe ST RS — Iaviematier ot Stbaiestadnite|§ |) & Tobopald at the Towa Hal. |
wenn en ODeRATW hares. ansdzure sxoUnITy ection #) ot The Rowds Ordinaces | eters, Be of the aaa. |e ES |_| RATHEAMERS ate beret motitea Notic
‘ote Tauea edvanced oo security of Policies up t2 99 per ceat of the sorreader valus at § per cent No 200 9 the, Anoual Election * the ~latestate. g\s eo : on thewbih June 1a, “toneuber with [ nEReny poe a
wi e al . » 10 t was ejec!
et a ee ease a Wan ladies wahout reteics voltae Oikce, | Warden's Otics Macarape on THURS. | , Auction sate eae the 2th b : Byte eialatory lacrensa ot 10 percent } saber bows 8 ca oh
ed ped imaediately on proof of death aod settlament made by the Company's Ageocies | DAY tae Sore DAY OF JULY 1011 | cay of July ween] anéé p, 38 és 3 MALL, tig, oath be wing of ane
‘ bes on whuch age is adcnitied are unchangeable ater Ta2 Yous, between the bourse of 11 a.m. and 6 p.m. UBLIC NOTICE fs hereby given & faa mh The properties In respect of which | Pro'.03 ‘rom Nosinrus &
‘ 1e10 Bonus fot the purpote of Elling the seats of two eee ore poe te for sale a “ J [euch rates, ‘with the statutory, percen- of Bass E thereiore give
0 fie, 3 4 :
tlon for diyslon of profs among Polcy-boldere tock, pice at 138 er reser rome on give as | DF Public Auction at the Oflce of the : a A | ecroven 1011, will be advertised for | Very ot preroeten
Nommtertp¢ Fee aoe ea Poles for Ltoooe iba: bat waded tothe Sum sisured Z75—by wey | lesat seven clear days notice ia writiog | day Theaueh day of duly 101i, betwgen 3 i qe, Pursuant to section Os of the | 4 Frigate Koad. aly 5
win Prof i Peers the quioquenium 7 tothe Chairman belore the day of eleo- | tna hours of Lad 2 inthe aftetnoom 3 a 4 Fe A ent): re ot Spain 2 Tg10.
G. BRUCE AUSTIN.~Agent, tion, Alland singular thet certaln piece . nance, wi fe Nos
th May xsl. or of lend comprising a-halt lot se 2” 3 JOSEPH ARNOLD LAMY, Se NO
HLM. UEa, [Sys Nourriee’ iteate® Fattubte “at Ba Ag A own Clerk & Treasurer, ablie I a her 4
Chairman, | statelotia in the Ward of Toco, and aA a Town Matte in. Ariane be
ATS ITs | bounded on the North on,lande of ee Tet July, 1011 contracted by my 7 vile 3
“ NOTICE, Daniel Philip on the South on the 1911, ——ist ely. a te expressly torbiddes, §
= cong ue ead oie Ea enter | 4 Oficg | GONTOSamT [=
i ls On an
SBE Tacariéua L al Road Board. Weat on lands of W, Alfred’ Achong, San Insurance Otice ~ HERALDU LEZ
acal 1a $Cal nda Oat ge howsoever ot otherwise the same may yLOmMDOR. SAN EAL ENOLL, ‘¥
— or bo ised 2720, —_
VINO N accordance with Section 61, Sub. | Dated thie rd day yet aly po, ete SANTAL MIDY,
Bection 3 of the Road Ordinance Ww ° ERE NAM AS, The Oldest Fics fa BANTAL PEBLES, es
TONICO No. 200, the Annual Election of the Company ta SANDAL WOOD Oll, .
abeve Board will be held on TRINIDA anu te wo isenraacee COPAIBA, :
Tate Atutiee of the Adwtalstratr | « Te ecigeied :
THUESdag, JOY AUG, 19M, |" exssers Ooasenes thot era Serditg GONOSAN topsthom al a
' Paice In the matter cf the Estate of Jones Conny. ~ j
at the Warden's Off » Tanapun pleo elles raed te ele of the Ward of ee wo afer pont Data Grtre 7
be efor the Purpose of ‘aliiog the dad, Deveased=lntestave, fe joorics, Resides tia Rawlins 8 ‘D rug Stor ee. a
sien Sm" nese NE ET As Sl nate 2a | eS "AN EXAMINATION ——
Candidates for Election snut0 MoRisi'e be sine h oll, FIELDS _AN i !
thas
Must give at least seven clear day P there mul be pote forsale able fe coe ot als tx Gacatry Residences, dust R oe
fa writing to the Chal ret Spain: on Tharsdeg (ee ene | RENT 1 lasuraaoe elected toe inden R as, “BAR
Bear tie day eftiecion, "TEMS UN hitde De oat aad'l| “eaureeiienan peameeanes | REE * TUITION “

Does not wl bad effect like quinine—such as
disturbed vision? disordered stomach,
~~!



THE BARBADOS

PP@MUTUAL LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY.

Results of the Quinquennium ending 31st Decr., 1910.



Cash: Surplus available for

Policy Holders $364,504.00],

Bhorthand and i Typewziting
fn, Syxtniah Shorthand taught alee
Reveréionary Bonuses - = = $439,754.00) | Westietiaits stirs outiauiee Ue nomee ee

Bato of Bonus £2 per cont. if’ * annum on Policies In
force at 3ist Decembor. 1910, with previous bonus additions,

Funds—$2,468,723,00....) Annual Revenue -3207,856,00 |.
HEAD OFFICE: BRIDGETOWN BARBADOS.

Jone ¥,11,

ad

ee

NOTICE.
TAMIL FIRE PAKS CHURCIL
FESTIVAL

‘Tbe etd AMI: ee PASS Feéte will
Joluslere Village, Mara-

, HANFORD'S
BALSAM OF MYRRH.

AN EXTEMNAL KEMEDY

ay wey

i ni Road on vs August Mil, Far. cree three? ito 3 pears old, $000 b g | The Admialoraror Lenora Ordinance
er jou! te: verseer 01
Wor MAM 4 BBAsT eraleson from the Ilou. Inspector balltal Baid wood! Valce: to Timber And La the matter of the Hetate of
‘ a
We guarantee st te bess “SIVA HAMMY VEERAPEN, | scantlisg Sa 140 fon Coder Lae of Bat a Wares Relate in the Ward of
alten all olse falls Vicar, [boards A somber of valuable fad, Deceted Lotta the I lund of
July 13th -Je-0d—2w, timber {reea atl! on Jand, Codar Isteate
Teoma Proud Fla OTT [ee EaME Mee | data at Reutty
§ It prevents Srangsne, NWOTICH beach hells mite rg. Is Ane atl, ‘Angeat vv between b aad 2
It Cisara Old Sores. cor utlo coder ILP.O, All taxes pald to | T)UBLIC NOTICE ie barety sive, thas
And Heals Then, dite, EKatimated ¢ te £3,000 there will te pet ep for pele by Pub-
Offers wit bs received by the | ic Acc ive at ther ttc of the sadersigoed
Hhaaisat son words und sors on he | ISSO / U/ OLUTI. 0 Nv undersigned Axjou lilibeteren be! Roar ott asda
hamas eysiens er Dems. be Avimals, JOHN DENNIS BELLIER ia the alveros
xe Guvres The oat ast paroal of tot of lacd compilaleg
. ark Cuasen [ue spingnes tg ed Thogsisar of Friendly at artol Spe Btreet Fire serves be the suis more or teas ie
oTon OH LOST YOU HOTUINGAâ„¢ pimerg od Mice, te Ta mens | Smeets | FONE PORN TH ta the Ward oi outs
ve atby the Friendly Sealer
sorgee Gains Ny fous ea eiee| 1,000 CORNS. |hitltrsnirien of hiscs
Cedres be, and Vibe eam bet bone, of Batook, on the South by lends e

SMITH BROS, & OO.
The Bonssre a! se eae.

August me

by “dine
Voted ot Pitwet Epata okie Ob dey of r

May U0
LOUIS WHARTON,





Hoyal Standard Lynewe riter

wg

cultivation Bizty (00) acres planted up

tooted out by LAING
roved) Gorn-cure ar
ler 240 per bottle

Latva's Ewotts

THR PORTOFSPAIN. agent TUESDAY JULY 18 i911































J. LYNOL O'CONNOR, 8 and sinaelar thet certain plese

airman,

10tb June, 3911

CUMMINGS’ SCHOOL
Shorthand ard Typewriling,

INDIVIDUAL TUITION DAILY =
cpm

ted fa

and bounded on the North oa lands

lands of the Earl
Soaih on the Pattie

Ramon Chofi and on

aume may de abutter
Dated this AT day of M paly ott.
allaN,

ve ae General,

TRINIDAD,
fo the Mauer of
1a the Matter of the Estate of Racsdecs
i

A] auction sate
Zypewritiag Machines sold or rented’
work under

Swenty, Typswrting
‘or the use of pupils. Two
ly assistants In attendance

F

|, Sotestate,

It CUMMINGS, the Ottog

4 ent for the Typewriter

hours of ¢ and s in the a’
matruction Co, Y.
‘Phone 24, 1 NY.

All tbat parcel or lot of land com pring four
& Dundovald 5
Sen sere aed te tse
tacbed t¢ the Crown Grant itered at Vol,
FOR SAL E CXLVIL, fobo 337, iv.te la the Ward of
Oropuche is the Silaud Tnoldad aod
= cathe Souk by neds ita Hanae ty
STANWOOD ESTATE | ocuher SS 8h tae ribose’ tee by
Maharadge end o the West by a Road re-
TOBAGO. ow ved, pi ike vie, a
Area 400 Acres.) ey Oy oiiauan,
jo al,

IIRTY S1X (36) tered *
tore LY SIX (95) reitead contrac TRINIDAD.



inthe matier cf

daliceated tg the diagrams attached to

‘3 (im Wes
eal corg
Deigt 4 ya iy tz July wa eaty,

W Ruane Venue,

.

Puaxwagy,



of of feng eltaaie at 8. Vata

lage in javanos Grands
North in the Leland of Trloliad deline.s | RON OS
the diagram or plen attached to
Deed datel the oat day of August 1893

t Dasdonald on the
Road oa the East
on lands of Ogeeram batt Gow op lands of
the West on the
Pub'ic Koad, or howsoever, otherwise the



‘The Admiolstrator General's Ordinance 1503,

late of
Fyeabad ta tbe Wasd of Osopoucte in the
of Trinidad, Dec

be uoderw) Porteof-Spaia, on
Thuseday ihe soid day ot July ars between the
a‘terzoon,



















































ai
Losses by

ol

Mer Tres erltng eee from irom Bers

quake, flict and Ci

GOVERNMENT — AUC AUCTIONEERS,
Establisned 1866:

lor Thursday the svth sole Agenta

day af tg fer Bh JO between t and (harles Heldselek lok Ghampager

hoover ta vit Vincent Riree

Training

= fw

Techuival Instruction Classes.

(PUE second term of these classes for
Anthsne and Apptentico will begia
atibe Victoria loukaute, Pi Spais os
Monday the 1$-h iastaat,
Forviery » Mordsyy, at 7 80,

Bal-disg Cratte—Monday ayant at 7 a
peed {edrapeed) sh





do. Sen Fernandc...L. W BONVYUN &Ca
Ervestive Heratia Mslogos bub oowon |] Reterekhone Wo. 107
CR

Frad Jno, Scott & Son

Atlas Ausarance Company Limited

Haring Insurance rane Uempaay Ltd

B Boyal Warnot to H NSgKix0
Zpwaap VIE

ATL, Ba Ho 08 addressed to the fires
TRE COWMERCIAL BALE

Tho Bard of Industrial

























Lightning are Made Good by the —AT THE 200 Cc
Sauces Tae a em) 200 os
Area Troldad & Tebegovonceen). MB eld at the schoolroom,

SVagaey rie par kA | gH SmmRe og Fane ana Ceara | Each 10 Ib,

ond 18th Joly at 7 p.m. The examins-
tion is open to bole and girls between
the ages of ten and elghieen on pay-
ment of sixpence, and will be like
examinations for Standard V io Ele
men bools, Free tuition will be
iven to the first two boys and the
t two girls. Any boy or girl msy
compete, or tartherta {i
ply RF. EM HERCULES at 7
Plork acy night this week, Entries
will be received up to friday night—
July Lith «lw,

Flas ‘
“RR” SPO

Gunpor

Renw mel ;

AUST Hl i

Port-of 8
Bist Fe

6, Charon 4 ‘

New and Beoood Hasd ig
Price, Ut Bred aod






a:

infectan

SOLE AGENTS,

27th July Jo10,

L. “Hs ‘
6, Charloile Bureet, 7

Esribenware, Cana
lower Pots, Fr
aquare coal puts for p

Trinidad bye}

7 STADLISHED | )1v77,
Ei an Geog §
rerees cleaned in all ¢e

—No asbrinkeg
No sollieg of u

R.d,J, cl
Expert Cleacer, Dro b
ed Dipglumsand alive

SMITH BROS. & CO

Theeldeal D



LE PSE ones

DAY TI
DAY OF AUGUST Wie” otH
pe

Lic NOTICH ts ia be:
is ¢xcercien olthe Power ore thet
ja oe certala

ali x
cml pasetitie, [segeilte rat ag pate boat te
ba esd $y tetermedn | Asotin Mart No, 10 Bu Vincent gee thet ‘rect, 4701 at
pomtebyatahtagt at 7.20% ot A eee ber ibe, bn vot oad feotfection.
Ae Race tae [tabs pe ie
’
Ariat Clearly tod odvandy | Rue aif ear SINGUINEAU §
i, Trtnid: rlaieg six
eet None ase charged to Apprentices, | and whiny
ira daa |i eye sams | Proving
tale and aries theteol shewa
7. B JACKSON, the plas and bos oa the oe G ON .
HOON, [uate teste nne snag OOMMIBSION | MA
Geveremens Balldiogs, Register Bock and onthe North i a
Porvol-Spals, by artis fig, teil Ti oe
—“LAINGS , eee eer lands at ' The Finest i
leads Hood rwarved Aly elt In (ooth Wasbot le {
wide Jeoda of Rebar
For Presori,tions ie aid a ftndsol Hchardealy aod egy ihe mouth are
ENGLISH PHAhMaoy [° » Dated thls 18 day of Ja ty, Ae 4 conte per .
Froderick Rtreet, Gert, Avetlentity LAING'S ENGLIGN F5



\



RUEEIEAeN Weseanians

WE HAVING BOUGHT

A MANUFACTURERS BAMPLE OF

Best Electro ‘late Ware,

Wet have dooded to sell chosp sons ty Introduce this class of
goods which we will always stock from hence. Will you call
round and sca thom for yourselvas. ‘They aro suitable for
WEDDING PRESENTS, and aro of very go:d make,

choy vormpvisne ma follotwa i-

THA RPOONS GONG, JUGS, ICR PAILS
DE*8ERT SPOONS TWU Prrons 1CK TONGS
TABLE SPOONS. TABLE DORKS | SALT SPOONS
DESSERT FORKS BISOUIT DISHES
TUREK PIKCK CARVERS BUTTER DISHES
FISH CARVERS SUGAR BIFPFER
CRUET FOUR GLASSES PICKLE, FRAME AND FORK,
erences
The Eater. Clothier, Draper azd
Outitter-1iG6, Ervrederiok mtvesat,









; <¢h

Korn, es °
Rano OV’ ety

% epromen Sh

CAKE BASKET
FRUIT STAND
FLOWER 8TAND
LIQUCR STAND

SALAD BREWERS
FRUIT BEWERS
SUGAR DREDGER

WATERMA





La







eg te





'

6 scriousattempl had been made, on
the motion of the late Mr. Vincent
Hrowne, to tuake the uuofticlal section
(lea ina majority), elective. Deapite
the ingcalned prejudices of the Ascen-
dancy Party, whose power,” hkeTn @

other countrl large oramall, ort
souner of later be broken, the motion
was defeated by a majonty of 2 only,
The Surgeon lieneral, da not be
alaimedl, his name wae -Dr. (iow Sie
Francis) Lovell, C.MG, (who had come
from Mauritius whith has the same
diverse elements in populaticuas Tu
nidad, and where Sir Jobs Pope Ien-





cereniony he delivered a short and
very appropriate discourse, This over
there was a rceeular feasting and
inesry making. Ar. M. A. Vaacone
lod, the President of the Managing
Joxumittes, also spuke, in Portuguese,
and his” remarks ~were_well received.
In the evening the club was “At
llome.” The attendance of members
aud friends was uncommonly large,
‘be building was very effectively illu.
tninated and drew quite a large crowd
vuteide. The appearance was greatly
adintred. There was music ia abun-
dance, Martines'’s string band, which





or Ignorance, mire the carton,
cabnan or ee ted to be as diligent,
careful andlawatnding as the motorist.
a~Lecause a man isin a tnoter-car is
ho reason to believe he ia free from
danger in a« collision with a cart or
cab and to aay & motorist isa nuisance,
is making an accusstion too strong
when be has nochance to stand upon
his own rights, In his pro; place,
shielded by the privileges the law al-
luwsevery manon the road, he cas
truthfully say that the violations of
the law by carts, cabs, and footinen
are a nuisance to him: and to the



law, neesy had fn 1483, given the taxpayers [for the cecasion included Mr. L, At-

Newasce, | representation inthe Legistature) vated, J geuil, the well know violinist, was

Port-of-Spain to bia booor be it end, for the motion. [ present and layed a fine programme,

Joly 17th 1911, The Necretary of State was then the | Mr. J, de Hrvitas, an Cothusiastia

5 ——y ee Dlamquis of Bipon, eG 1 a sound and member of the club and who plays the
~~ ° enuing Libera’ @ last. Ife had a also took over an orchestr:

t Mr, Chamberlain and the Legis: n Viceroy of India, where be had comprising: Messrs Laurence Head.

refused to treat Indians as pariahs and
outessts, and had estattished sauni-
cipal bodies. The attempt, Fam cre
dibly informed, was about to succeed
with the Noble Marjuis, when
the Liberal Govetnment fell and Mr,
Chamberlala became Colonlal Secre,
lary. To ubtain absolute away, he
prowpily crushed the muvement for
Vpelitical freedom and even rendersd-
be nominated Unoficlals powertessbv
donverting them iato aminority, Hut
the movement did not die, It cannot
die. [tl lives iu the manhood of all
educated British subjects (except those
who have their selfish interesta to
servep of whatever class, colour or
creed,

iy ute s Gilbert Kicker, violiny A.
Wolliains, guitar; ©. Marrison and (,
Abbott, cuatros and Wm. Curwan,
‘cello, whose performance was highly
credilable and was frequently ap-
plauded. ‘he music contributed
by both wasgreatly appreciated,
and evpectaily so was the Por
tuguese Hepublic's National An-
then, Dortuguesa; ench time it
was played (and that was often) the
assembly jomed in the refrain. Mr,
De Silva delivered a brilliant speech
on Portugal a Influence on the civuiza-
tion of the world, He dwelt at length
on the glorious achievements of the
Portiguese navigators, the pioneers
of the “present day “ glube trotters,"
With the new conapienously hung
up on the wall, Mr. ve Silva gave an
Inestructive heraldtic vxplanation,
The coat of arms in the centre wasa
perpetual remtnder of the oveithrow
of the five Moorish kings by the Lusi-
tanian people, He quoted from Au-
bertin’s translation of Camoen’s (the
great Portuguese poet) work 5

Now Is the Luslan victor on the fleld,
Gathering the trophies and the Precious

pilze;

Routed, fhe Spants Moors belng forced
e.

Thrvo days the mighty king encamped

ew
And here he proudly palnts on bis white
ahiele

Whikh now this victory certifies

Five veutcheona blue ‘(lunslnated shewn

Ta nugna) of thas. ve kings overthrown,
The globe with the tracings showed

Tortugal s navigation conquests, whe

ther 7 Vasco de Gama, Ataqellan or

their Hlustsious successors, Mer, Mt, A.

Vasconcellos followed and in a

lative Council.
To the Editor o, C The Port-o}-Spain
Faxette.”

Bir,-You ithjudgse me by saying
“Mr, MeLeotcan naturally, perhaps,
see no good in Mr. Chamberiain, for
hele fooking at matters froin a paily
standpoint.” No Radical woull fail to
recognise and appreciate gool work
done by a politlcal opponent. in
this or that particular respect. [tls
he other wayabout, A broad mindet
Tory, you know, isa raraavis, I have
never Belittied Mr, Chamberlain's great
services to the Culonies In some iro-
portant directions, more especially on
Ine economic side, He undoubtedly
brought them into prominence, aa:
when money was needed to restore
thelr decadent fortunes, he gave it
with a penerous hand. I was personally
grateful to bliin for obtaining a grant
of £30,000 partly to establhel a peasant
RS retary in Bt Vincent which L

been advocating. Dut, on the poli-
tical or administrative mde, he dealt
with the Crown Coloules, however

“aged and civilized, **with the iron

hand cf unbending authority.” Ofa

masterful and autocratic nature, he
maile his control absolute and despotic,

When crosepl, the faf would go forth,
«Delendacat, That i: what he did in

Matta, That is what he did with tho

Borough Council of Port-of-Spain, and

in that matter he flouted public opl-

nion cleatly and freshly expresaed by
x

OE or

Tam, Sir,
Your obedient acovant,
O. J. McLrup,
July 17

SIXTH ANNIVERSARY OF PORTU-
GUESE CLUB.

A SUCCESSFUL CELEBRATION,

Aw se mentioned some days ago, on
Sunday last the Portuguese Chub (lat
of December) celebrated, with éclaz,
their sixth anniversary; and for the
purpose the dlubrooma, at tha comner
of Duke and Mrederick Stroeta, were
test Crstily decocated by the Coninit-
tow & pointed for the purpose. At 10
octock in the forenvon, ia the presence
ofafalily large aesetbly. the L'real-
dent, Mr, 2. de Preitas de Silva, Bar-
rister al Law, anfurlal the new Me-
publican flag, in the conres of whh h

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the majunty of the Hurgesses at an
election of Councillors, aud deprived a
city of 000 inbabilants, with educa-
tion and Intelligence and wealth, of



what any small parish su England of | ~~~ ~ — ~ Tatinite pattiotic discou:
only rag wadent workingwen has, As average (here is no prepar- mother “tongue he moved we
viz, auetective Council atian that equals Mother Gitaves’ [hearers to “continuous applause,
When Mr. Chamberlain altered the | Worm Lxternsinalor, Et has saved] He dwelt with Portugal past and
. Constitution of the La gislative Council, ¢ the tives of counties childven. ” present and he conluded by











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SALE YOR WEDNESDAY THE or
DAY OF JULY 1911.

Pysiic NOTICE be hereby given that

im exercise of the Power of Sale co0-

talned fa 9 certain deed of mortgage dsted

tbe 7th dey of Februsry 1907 regiatered aa

Nov 464 for 1007 and made bet ween Henri-

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formerly knowa ss lot No, 20 of Msrrack
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Notice.

SALE FOR WEDNESDAY THE
NINTH DAY OF AUGUSI, 1911,

Pre NOTICE Ife hereby given
thatin exercise of the Statutory
Power ot Sale cont upon mort-
gages by the Conveyancing and Law
of Property Ordinance number 72, and
contained or implle4in a certain deed
of mortgage dated the twenty-third
day of October in the year 10, (regis-
tered as number of 1900) aad
made between Leonard Walton, some-
times called Eddie Walton of the one
part and Maria Hammer of the other

art, there will be put up for sale by

ublic. Auction at the Auction Mart
of the undersigned situate at number
12, Balnt Vincent Street, in the town
of fort of-Spaln. on Wednesday the
ninth day of August 1911 between tbe
hours of one and two p.m. aod
singular that certain piece or parcel of
land being pert of the lands of she
** SVestmoreland” Estate, situate ia
the Ward of Diego Martin in the
Jaland of Trini contalolng one
qua of land and abutting on the

orth upon other lands of the aad
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upon the Cameron Cross Road, on the
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TRINIDAD,
SALE FOR WEDNESDAY TRE 26ru

DAY OK JULY t912,
pussic NOTICE te hereby fits

that in exerciee of the Power of Sale
contetoed in a certain deel of mortgege
dated the 2ith day of January 1911 aad
made betweeo Thomas Soreano of the



















































Cyprian Francoie and on tha Wet Heory ve aod Adon Smith aud James J ust arr ived In excellent Con
upon lande now or lately of Jooman- be put ap foraale by Pa Acction by

moean, together with the appurten-
ances thereto belonging.

Dated this twelfth day of July la
the year of Our Lord one thousand
bive hundred and eleven,

the uadersigoed at their Action Mart No.
12 Se, Viacent Street io the Town of
Port-of Spala‘on Wedossday the 26th
dey.o! Jaly 1911 between the hours of land

Pm,
All acd singular thet certain -gocos
plantation es'led * San Juan” altnate ia
the ward of Turare comprlaing three
saveral parcele of land the first thereof
comprising filteeo acres aod Gilteen perches
2 and wbutting on the porth and west spon
Crowo Isuda on the south upoe Crown
Tends and upon the pares] of Isnd next
hereinafter described and on the east epon
another parcel of land sorming pert of the
ssid plantation * Nea Jaan”, second
thereof comprising nineteen acres one rood
sod thirty dour perches and abettiog on
the north upon the parcel of laud hoseinbe-
fore described on the scuth apon Crown
Janda aud opon a Htiver aod on the east and
weet npon Frown lands. The third there-
of sompristog sizteen acres aud abatting
on the vorth spon Crows lands and spoa
the LaGairla River on the south apoa
Crown lands and npon the of land
hereinbefore lastly dereri on the esat
ppen Crown land and upon the La Gairis
River acd os the west pon the parcel of
'd herein before lastly described.
Dated this 26.b day of June 1912,
F, SCOTT & 8

‘Government Auctioneers.

NOTICE.

SALE FUR WEDNESDAY THE STH
DAY OF SULY 101L,
pugeio NOTICE 1p hereby gtven

that inexercise of the Statutory
Power of Sale conferred upon Mort-
paces by the Uonreyancing and
wand Mroperty Ordinance Number
72 and contained or implied fa ao
certala Memorandum ,of Mortgage
under the Heal Vroperty Ordinance
Number 60 Numbe: OL dated the
third day of November 1900 and made
by William Armstroog in favour of
Alfced Moore Low there will be put
up foreale by Publlo Auction st Tae
Auction Bart of the undersigned
situate ab No. 12 £t, Vincent Street in
the town of Port-of- Spain on Wednes-
day the 20 day of July 1011 between tha
hours of one andtwo p,m. that
certaln piece or parcel of fand and
plantation altuate in the Ward of
rure in the Island of Trinidad con.
talalng ten acres be the same more or
lees delineated and described in the
diagraw attached to the Crown Grant
toone Ferdinand Oox registered fo
Volume XVII folio &3 and also
described In the certificate of Title

BEX SS. “HORAT

From Buenes Aire

-64 Large Medium and:
MULES

7 HORSES

98 SHEEP

Hor Particulars Apply to

BF, J, SCOTL & SON,
Government Auctioneer,



NOTICE

ALEXANDER the great appeals to
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He promies in return to be early aad
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ahipmdnot of Manres

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Isterod_{. 1 ; i :
welt aluttiag on tee Noha oe as | CPN {ie above date all Ordinary Passongor and Local W

Kast upon Jands now or tately of the
Crown on the Houth u & road re-
served fifty Jinks wide and on the
West upon lands now or lately of
Netecjabde together with the ap.

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quite Lino, connocting with ibe Down and Up Main line &

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the twent ¥ ¥ July 1007,
Udy 3 July ett

ninth da:
Dated thie fourth






year of our Lord 1011. Goopa Tratxa—Goods Trai il] bo on ee
, J. SCOTT 6 Trains wi run of |
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White July 81st, but on the following day all fines will-bo eerr

e

J, W. TOSLINSOM
Acting General }

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ough Syrup.

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SEB PAGE 2: FOR
I cgistajive Council —De-
ccaied Wife
Bilt Passed —' he Money-
lending ('rdinance Intro-
dured--Spee hes by the
Attornsy-oneral ... The

«tl Undustry,

Mr. Chamborlain and the
lepishov: Council.
Sixty) Anniversary ot
Portuguese Club - A
Successful

Cur Article on “The
Question of Wa Ibrvok.”
Charity, Board of Agri-
culture, Lidales,

EE PAGE 12 FOR

Cyclist Davis's Tnjury...

No Bar to His Fiding,

DEATH.
OU aR. —On With July, Sr Albert

funeial takes p
Hospital to the Toners
Filends MModly

~~

aarp aniived raterday from Vevesucian SUMMARY JURISDICTION,
thst 3 -
ITEMS OF HEWS. Lo'pastengert for Manlded. Bho aie (Before Mp Justice a Munday,
. — ts Ue.
We loain that there was a uioetin mene The following isthe a ere aan ream)

the business dod
iat the Myla of Goodwithe

ke
men
OCouit
our

ry thectigisal copy.

ly endorse} An
t Cotmpaiiia de Navegacion Fluvrial y
not | Costa:

but ag} the
ts cannot be returned, | anether Cor

andteacpen up | Fruatruck, Misses Serra (2) Mra. “T.

CURRENT EVENTS. exploitand culonize the Federal Ama- | Echeverria and two children, Mr, 1b

—_ zon territory, ere will be 50,000 | Trufilio, Mr. I. J, Wodsworth, Me

TU-DAY. shares of” 3,000 Bolivares each. A YH. alargie, Mr. D. Tomdssie aod 3

Supreme Coult—10.90 am, contract has been granted fchildren, Me. J, A, Ginestra, Mr,

upren ——_, * by the National Congress of Venezuela [L. Sambuc, Mr. and Mra. J, Mufjica

IAMS. Thames” arrives from for the purpose and which {s to be land 2 children, Mr, J. Torres Caldron

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Michaels Azores), and * very favourably commented ou fn _

Nt Vincent, and New York, Mails | suittheie convenience,

om [tbat moment they plesdily improved,

Sicter Fil] and played deli,








ed
fiat hundred in

+ : y
celeb from the Southern Dutrict that sova

ebration, after tuidatay last Sunday, a sem! gale
blew over that quarter o!
dolng no other damage,
than sewoving. fhe top mast of pp o

e@ poled o 6 Wittiees elation at
Trois Ais, on the road to Princes’ take place or be completed on the 2th,

* Ib le Setatet that w ‘ost of the cricket.
ers who

Mercantile Crile’

band 6
formed Volunteer Fire Brigade ©,C,

HARBOUR’ AND MARINE NOTES.

Willem LV,’ will

day morning from Aimsterdam via | Varalog will be given astegards the
Perwaribo

the same pay for New York
ruelan ports, Curaguaand Haytl tak-
log cargo, passengers and Mails,

Tha intervolonial steamer “ Berbice”

sengers: From La Gua ra—Dr. ai
re. Oot y ud
toatlene,
ebi)d, 3
Mr, Hafael N,
Mr. 1L Oluneda,
iran
iva Paw pater Me. Ralph Mansaailla *
‘rom ,
Nrs,
deek,

‘ wate as to
the ait’ es sept avon tantiauy Boweren ti
wal shy ti ite at ves ug Tek 2 @ Hature uf the defence,
' B pawmege of 13ds

- @ hava Lasg take : aba AE ax ate ta
We héve Las. ed {a atgteathate WAtlantian” isthe lasgert 8
aver ‘ot the’ Home { ele
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ere

tring Aw ealiat thie port for thy part
Hoine, nace totcare mouths. Bt ts engaged (n carrying
treatment atths roome of the associa | ehal froui (Barry. Wales, to Bre
tlon. Hours 0-L1 and 1-Son Tuesdays | Thie steamer called bore or
Fers I/- per treatment or $1.00 for six. | and sailed last night. gar Newpor
Appointinents can be made by telo- | News, U.S.A.
phone,

se The Houston Hner * Hylas,” 2,740
leased to learn’that Mr. A. | tons, Oaptain Samoels,/artived yester-
n Kourie (a watt improved inso+ day froma the River Plate and

mxh that that his friends were per. lan
mitted to visit him at the Hospital on | She sail
Bunday, We hope soon tobe ableto |New York w
annouuce hie éatirg recovery. cargo,

sociation will

rei

mewn awe

ty | eral and | Tho Norwegian chartered
oa eee le nent the | * Fagersand” arrived Featerday froin
untimely death of Hie Excellency Dr. | Ciudad Bolivar with carga In}
Osrios ee eon Envoy Hatraor | and salted during the day for Cayenne

the Bolivian Oun- 1 thie port.

fhe ia fe oer ie eee ‘in The Lamportand Holt liner“ Ten:

hence his passing [ nyson,” 2,523 tons, Captain Allen. ar
fore oly ain ote wae, was quite a tived on Sunday from Bahl Brasil,
shock to many. with ju pe * coffee, She eft the

a

with bags ‘Trinidad cocoa, 133
turing process of their really excellent | bags Trinidad coconuts, 319 bags Vea-
chocolate, Messrs. A. Lacien & Coy eznela cacoa, 105 ba,
have just received eeveral pieces of | nuts and the following
pew machinery, thus bringing the fac-| For New York—Mr, J. 3 eens.
1o1d Bae eaprecl “a teputations on ite | Gerke ite Nowingss Air, and Mew F.
tncelt tn tts Selon eel bey N. Cuthbert, Nps. O, Chandler and








merit, in this colony and beyond.

the City Potice Qourt | M7* Commins

Yestenlay at the Cl ice —

two women, were charget by Banitacy | The Dutch Mallateamer * Coppen-

Inspeetor Lack with keeping etagnant | ama,” 2,004 tons, Captain Egmond, ar

water on their pretnises, ey were | rived yesterday froin Paramanbo ant

each fined 3% or seven days, Demerara with one Teka sundries

° ae and 3 passengers for Trinidad, Front

Tenders will be received at the Colo- | Demetara-ir, F, H. Vandryes, and

nial Secretary's Officeup to noon on] Mr‘ Baptista, The * Coppenanse® will
ursday, the Sist August 1011, for] sallat noon today for New York

of Buoys, in accordance with the speci- | tender will leave the Lighthouse jetty

fications given In the notice pud | at 10am, with passengers,

lishedin the ‘ Royal Gazette.”

advertleement, of General R.

Delgado Chalbaud, President of the

The Royal Mail_ Ocean steamer
© Thames” reached Bacbados at 6 a.m.

esterday and eallod at 2.9) p.m. for
Trinidad’ She will arjive‘fiere at day-
sera de Veoetuels, appears in | light and proceed to New York during
Uaracis popers announcing thé | the evening. The Coronation contin«
intention of t 2 Company to fort gent will arrive by the “ Thames,
ration with a ca) ~——
of 30,000,0)) Rolivares for the establish: | The Venezuelan steamer * Venezuc-
ment of steani connection throughout | la* Si tons Captain Montero, arrived
the Orinoco and JUo Negro and also the poatervay from Bolivar with 23) oxen
affiuents and sub affluenta of both package gold, 8 crates cheese an
rivers; and also to supply the needs of | the fo'lowing ugerd for Trinidad
all the coastaof the lepublic fa this Mr. 8 EE Jacobson, Mr H. S.
respect, ae alsothe {interior of the Campbell, Misa RR. Serano, Mra. A.
Lake of Maracaibo

1

Caracas, “After a yoyaas of thirteen days
—_—- from Penacola Florida, U'S,A. — the
We are requested to state that the [Nweodish steamer “ skogland” 1,837
eycle track at the Oval ia now open for {tons Captaln Ingvarson arrived in
practice to those cyclista intending to [the harbour with cargola transit.
compete at the Oycle Sports on Dis- [She called at thls port for a supply
covery Day. of buuker coal frum the Trinidad
Coaling Company Ltd,

To avoid any misunderstanding we . -_— .
are requested to remind voters ae the} The s,s," Thing” arrived from
e ofthe 8t. Ann's} Guanoco on Sunday with 12 deck

oming election

Local Rosa Board on’Thureday theth | passengers,
instant thal there are two ing sta- ——
lions, one atthe Warden's office at | Owing to the great International
St, Anos and the other at the War- | seamen strike,the Dutch Mall sted:
deu's oftice at San Juan. Che electors | mer * Oranje Nassau” which was ex:
can record their votes atelther station | pected hereattbe end of the month
on her maiden trip from Europe to
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August. If. The *Qianje Nassau”
Demeiara Argoay, under Sporting | has been bullt to replace the {L-fated
Notes :—Sydaey Nmith was in great

“Prins Willem 1" which jesupposed tq
form recently in county cricket mnsteh [ havefonndered near the Brittany coust
between his county, Northampton- Jof france early last year,

shire, and Suusex. Some very bright ——
and attractive batting was ecen in the The Warrison liner ** Wanderer,”
‘or Veue-

opening of the match. Wioning the | 2,05 tons, salled yesterda
toss Northawptonshire made such { euelan ports with part of award cargy
splendid use of a fast wicket that they [Nhe took nelther cargo nor passe.
atayed in neatly all day and put | gera from Trinidad.
together a total of 459, and then fn —_—_—
the last quarter of au hour they got ] “The Trinidad Nner “ Grenada," 1,45]
down two Nussex wickets for 8 runa, | tons, Captala Vaughan, atrived on
In the first half-hour Northampton: j Sua from the Guanoco bar with
shire lost two wickets for 2, From | about 2,000 tons asphalt. She will Hil
up at this portand proceed to New
and by lunch tline they hi on the | Youk.
board with only four men out, This —
wasalmost eotirely the work of Sey-{ The Itallan steamer “Brasile” ar- i
mour aod Smith, who put on 115 runs, | rived last eventog fron, Mediterranean
Suwith scored 100 in us mauy minutes ate with 4,857) packages merchan>
btfal cricket, scoriv fee and five third class passengers
all round the wicket. Thompson and | She {s # vessel of 3,028 tons net under
Hayw dismlased while the}the command of Capt. who f-
bat then, ( visited this port two yeareago, The

ood, was again | * Brasile” leaves to-day for Colon vis,
completely masteréd, Mr. J. 8, Denton | Venezuelan and Colombian ports,

and Kast adding St in arty minutes. —
Aa ove Ho The “ Pultava” Russia's second bate

bentieand Welle euon eas ns
nin ani en puttlog ou tleship of the Dreadnought t was?
Mr. Denton was olath out havin Red ou, the iUib inet, "Ente ship i
ayed really firstuluescticket for bia 1 which will be of 23,000 tons displaces :
tnatcl the same dimensions ‘
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BONANZA AMATEUR CRICKET
P COMPETITION.

The fixtures which are scheduled ta

thecountry,
fotuvatel ¥s

‘own. fuatant, will bé played outou Satur
Yy next, the 2nd instant, and becre-
taries of Clubs are reminded to avail
themsel vee of the opportunity to pla
off post puned fiztures on the 2th. “an
Slot, inetsnt so as not to delay the
termination of the competition longer
than possible, Secretaries are eo
agalu reminded te vend inatonce the
score sheets of their'clubs, completed
up todate suus to avoid thelr clutw
belng brought under the penal: TO
vided forjo the Rules, No Furdher

belonged to the tet devand
et Club at Han Fers
have arjoined — th newiy



The Dath Mall steamer © Pring

ariiveon Weduee

and Demerata and will sail | ding Ia of the Clute’ scores,

via Vene





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TRIAL,
ARKLER V Barg t-Mr. A. K. Coo
instructed b: My Tt Helehall, fe
Fr lo Po! i
Ale, H, £ Meresu’ for
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actlon to
Jon of land. Heover |

r Pelendant cpuoterctaimed to wet
a ol
ground of fraud, Senverencd on the
wae ome sug; ston fs
somlse w
pot Daterlalises she

ton and family(Â¥}), Mr. Gea.

Mr, and Mra, ¢ @ Laas and

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Mr. In Tapla, Me. | di

¥. £. Echeverria, Ne. J.

Maregas a Mr, Maurice Jacote.

Mrupano—Mr, Kamon Coden
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0. TRINIDAD, : TAINIDAD, | ‘tRiniDaD. ! TRINIDAD amp TOBAGO, | ; x
TRINIDAD ihe Buprere Goat BALE MUR THURSDAY, THE sno | SALE YOR IUESDAY Seu DAY OF 7 {athe Supreme Court of Trinidad and Tobago, fa the Supreme Oost, Auction Sale, a
Pi J
Io the mattar of the Fata’e cf DAY OF AUGUST, lott. AUGUeT 1911, Now 124 OF A9tte reer of Ta the metier of the Listite, HERE will bes Pablie Avetion Sal ce 0
Joles Antoine Les — —— oee| ‘atson
Late of the Towa of Portot-Spala io the | gaUBLIC NOTICE lehereby glvea that UBLIO NOTICE is hereby given thit The Appication of jouas Warwall of Erg | Late of Arouss athe Ward of ‘Leoirigus oo SATURDAY, dan JULY, Toit, a
: Jeland of Triaida', but at tbe time of L ia exerciss of the powor cf sale con- Ia exerclasaf tha foserof sale con: Plantec * Grande, Deceased. at I p.ua ot the office of ehe,Trinkdad Loaa FOR
his death resident at No, O4, Boulevard | tained iu » cerbaia deed of mortgege dated ; ined in two severe] Memorands of acd — OC .mpany, 23 Frederick Street, of the fol- } = a
‘ Noslesherbes io the City of Parib ia the | the ad day of Septemtor 1910 and made | Mortaage the first ibeeof No. 69 dated ta the Matter of UBLIO NOTICE ts bereby given that | lowing usredeemed articles 1—
Hepubho of Fracce, Gentlemaa—Ve | tetween Patrice Maajé of the ove part | {ho llth dey of October 5903 ani second The Real Property Ordinance 1895, spplication has besa made to me by ‘
‘ consad, and Ercest Duacan of the other part, | thereof No. 146 dated the 29-h day of UBLIC NOTICE is'berety givea that by | Marie Enatee Wateon of Aroues ia the Jung 1910. ° GRO CE
‘ UBLIO NOTICE ishereby given that | th:re will bepat up for aale by public | Ovdsber 100s sal made by Gejalbsr Io an order 1 His Hoeour Mr, Justice Swan { Ward of Taserigut, Widow foc a Grant
: appliostion has been madeto maty | acction by the unieregoed at their auc- | fevonr of Thomas Lam, there will be pus | made hevog on the rt day of June 908 usless | of Latters of ‘Adia'ale'retion of the He! 3319=1 gold moif chain, ;
Jou ph Arnokt Lamy, Barrister at Low, | tion court, No. 2 Sackville Mtreet, (a the ) Up for site by pablis auction by the | good suse to the contrary be shewa witbia | rato and efiele of Joseph Watron dereaacd | 3377-1 gold cross, 1 gold sing, 2 gold 7”
and Liward Wright savary, Cocoa Pro: | town of Poro-of- Spain, on ‘Tbataday the | wudersigued at their Auction Mart No, 2 | fourtoan days from tbe date of the pablication of | who diel at Arouca in the \Vard of Teserl- ee wh es }
Teton, both of the Towa of Port-at-Spain | 3nd dsy of Acgaet 1011, between the | Sackville Soret, la the Town of Porvol. ia Botton ta Tite oe bees th Provisoaad qua lathe Ialand of Trinidad in the 17th | 3576—} gold neckles NS —AND
a the Island of ‘Teinided, fore grout of | huu-sof one andtwo pw, Bova on Tavedey the Sab iy clAngen wel of the Waerd of Savasa Grande, South | April 1911, heviog at the time of hiadeath | 31202 alleer saklets 4
; Probie of & property anthenticated or All acd singular that certsla ploce or » between the huara of oo Planter {9 respect of thit Of land situate » & Gixed place of abode fe the selé Ward of | 8136~1 gold chetn
Notarial copy of the last Wall and Tortas | purcel of Inad situace inthe Ward of Plt end Blogaler that ontsia pleos or latbe Ward of Savaca Graade South inthe | Tscaieua the said Merle Louise Wateon | 8119—3 gold neckleta



mend dated the Zist day of November 1904
of the said Jules Antoins Lamy, decossod,
who died onthe Lith day «f Feb vary 1921
at Moate Caly io the Principality of

Smaronero, containing 2) quatrics and
sbutiiog os the North upan lands of
Mire Sestiage, o1 the S uth upon
Grand Voi ou thea Enot spon lance of
Osnhbal, aod on the Weat uo Jands now

reel ol landsl uate In the Ward of
grave fo the Isacd ¢f Trictdad o mpri-
ipg ten acres, tbree roods asd one perch
be the seme a littla cure or less delinest-





Iilando Trinidvt coaprisiag seven acres two

toods

gees anoued 19
Xo.

aod thiuty fire

‘chea delincared Jo the
a Grows Grant Ja Vol,
I, follo 39g and bounded oa the North bya
Road remrved G ty lisks wide, 07 (he South by

betogths lawfal Widow ard relict of tha
deceses.

And Notice fe also gives that If no
Oareat is lodged before the explretion of
33 days frow the dete of this publication

8431-2 gold eutioge
34832 silver anklet, 1 oliver armles
BOIb—T eld b aetlet, 1 go'd rio
- acele ‘dr
20181 silver collar,’ 2 fliver atatete, 2



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Monaco, having at the tine of hie voith jis re
wa of Porte : . Aleem] that said | ed sod withthe sbattele and boundaries sof Thomas Marchag, on the East by a

eee the ore Tluidar tbe ot ey gees in as ‘ad Ward of | thereof shown fo the pan or disgrem ‘Road rrecrved Guy hnoks wide, aad oa the West of this potice the Qoare will proceed ite ater (ibandie

wsid Joseph Arpold Lewy and Edward | Claaronero rontelatoy 10 acres aod abu’s | attached to the-Crowa Urant en ered in ovine Snes hy links wide and by lands said Marie Loa'se Weateon iogly. san) g id choi 4 ’

Wright Savery bolog (he executors named [sing on the North opon Isedscf theasid | the Heal Property Wegis or Kouk a: Dated thie rd aay of July torr Dated this 19. dey of Jane it on '* sues geld guulas dat ‘

is the Wu of the said deceased. Eroess Dancap, on the South upon taods | Volume XLII,” acd boasde!l ou the LOUIS a FIFI F, COLLINS, 4007-1 id ti asd os earrloge 4
Make given thet Mao] a, Pequetts, on the Eavt upon lands of | tbe North by Crown Tend ie ' ay Jeude Actg, Regustrar Geceral, 41082 oid turrioge 3 ea tose ringe ‘4

Usvest is lodged telore ibe expiration of | Cantal, aod on the Wes. opou lends of { of Hegoonauth oa tbe South aad Weet by | “OTT AD, Teilver bangler, 1 allver neokles :



Crowa Groen Land and on tbe East by









Acty, D paty Kegiauer,
Mansitav’s Orrics,
I



faly 18th, 1911,

twenty-eight days from che dete of the | the said 8, Pi -
publication ofthis votier, the Cours wil | Dated tale Ibs dey of Jnty PLL lands of Regoonacth by lenda vi f Io the Supreme Qvurt of Trivlded and 1gih Joly, 10it, Sept cliver ormiete
dto issue Probste of the eald pror LCUIS JONN & Co, Ganour, No. 138 of 10 OOK lo the Supreme Court of Teatded aad 4335-—1 gold watoh . 4
ty anthentica ed or notarls! copy of Aactioacers. Dated this 10uh aay of Joly Olt Oe S08 0: yh ' . ‘ubago, 4243-—4 silver armiete THE PORTO °
6 esld Wil to the sald Joseph Arnold N.B.—Sondition cf Sales—10 per cent. LOUIS JOUN & CO, Te at eo Mat‘er of Soomery Jarledictlon, Porteof-S pala, 4Micé cllver boogie . HE PO. 4
my aod Edward Wright Savasy fof parcheae movey t» he pald on fall of Auctioneers. @ app catton uf Fotjarisb, No, 309 of 1918, 44331 alleer b ea ‘9 silver collars 5 ;
accordingly, hammor or proper y to pu to the pest | TRINIDAD. Io the matter of The Res lathe M tter of 45001 gold week pmphony Orche ’
Dated this 28 b dey of June aL bighes tdder, In the Supreme Court of Trlaidad aod | *9 (4 â„¢! tot ee pal Property Ors Micbadl Pnitip Bf lilard 4504-2 fed crosses IN AID
. NS, Toba y versa - ‘
Acie, Devatyiedatrre fo . Ta the Matter of thw iatate of Heed | PURO NOTICE la her siven thet Htobert Clanton Marchead, 40086 few, chatter reeks THE UELNOND Ht
KinIDA i ~ erick Adolphus Skeete late of t 4 — } Ce
In the Bopreme Cour of Trt WWedend | Ta the Buprome Court of Triokded ant Tons ut "Port-ot pata la tbe sae made beraia oa the Lach day of Jape OTICH te bereby siren, th at there i thae aver srtots Tbe given st Ko. &9
vbega, * bag. ° sland o rio! -Merchant— p for anie at the ole
permed jariudictien, Portol-Spaln, | No. 242 of 1930, het wee . deceased, tthe “Tubltcating ot “is notlee a the Poeticn ete Nome ae Vincent Bureen ser—t hives oaieiee Ales ctala WEDNESD vaue
Br wees -— " or le é ‘aesdsy the J. 908 4
" Between Awehe Dev ontite—alntal PUBLIC NOTICE ts hereby given ote ecet ovislopal Cortitoate | August 1011 a8 Id ectork boat” snk gold noee Sin to bent at ale
B. Dreyfas & Ca, —Viaiatiife Andrew Eligoa--Delend that application bas been made to | 1. vothat purcel of Ieod sega fo ‘tbe Tos rape Tee of the Defense” 49ia—t ford ror. me f all
parew Biigoa~Yeleadant, moby William Moberteon | of the | (ers ot Orojouche in ite leraet of Teer | with galvanised tron standing 08 fends 4015-1 tliver galas, 4 eltvararmlete Wilecoe (a. a 1)

a
Viucgut Pasl Giden— Defendant,

UBLIC NOTICE is beraly g ven that
P fyen oder of in too Teoe Ubiet



Jon'sce made on the dd dey of Jaly, 1011, | Jul there wil be put ap for sale bet the! Vall Test t bear: by irseo filty liuke wide aod by CLEMENT FRY LIGO lo
viere will te pol up for sale telorethe the doors of the Court doce, Torbol-Spain lug dete tbe 2th dey of January iit lands ol mabar, oo tbe Bath by Crown Deputy Misra, 22372 m1 dente Mau Rafroshing rt will ,
dour of the Orurt House, Port-f-Spaly, | on Tharadey tbe 27th dey July oow pest) of Frederick Adolphue dkeete late uf | b C ostl e Bue y lands of Joghar aod aT ~ gold chain Ofreshmants Wi ;
om Thereday, 27 b d-y of Ju y, 1941, Lee | eoauiog beivesa the boure of } eod2 pm, | the Town of Portof-Spain ia the eh licks i ts the. West by a traog . va allver sarrloge, 1 sliver slbuvdie, :
tween the 1 asd 2pm. Au Hinguler thet certela wewu-gelaaid faland Merchant who died D velit c aod by Crown Landa . 2210 silver co'lers, 2 stiver armleta A. F
ANiopd eupalay thas oertaia pirca or | and dwatliag Louse acd piece or parcel of | onthe Wib day of February i011 at arelibie dh day of Jaly 101, TRINIDAD, 103 Si sliver bangles, 2allver earrings, Secretary’
reel of land situsre be the Word of | lend slinate aod bemg in the Towa of St | Osoaburgh bireet in the city of Lon DUIS A. FIFI, BALE z Aollver neck chain July Mtb, 19th,
Biveehtseere, Ia the Ieloed of Triaidad, Joseph comprlalog portico of lot nawter $| dun fo thet part of the Uniced Klog. a ._ dttiog Registrar General, FOR TUESDAY THE 18TH | 223211 gold bracelet, 1 gold nocklet, i} — fl
SEmMAE apua endo al Dstiscice Aeon, | cad Stret barlag « frootaze of | dow of Great Usitaln called L:ogiaad | T1NIDAT. DAY OF JULY I4t, 2anyg ag ltgr baker, 2 diamond riage i
°° — — . +
aed op the Mucth aod Weal es Crown apentbes tld ateeat. bye Wares ta depeh place Sfavode at borvot bpaias withe namaaiiial Sota." Trinidad and P Ta etoralan ot ep ealy jklvea that | 22767—4 gold banal, 2 fold mal chats 3mith Rober ;
Nanda, ond 2 ioe Eat on lands of ove ° the Noribere Bosadery oe and 65 fo the Island of Trinided aforesald yO Glamary Jurisdiction, Port-of Spain, tstoat ine Tertale Mewieeadem at Mon, 207661) gold peaklet aod peodans ‘ 2
ares on tl th ' : . oa .
‘Al and siogaiar shah certals plece or | according to Mpantah siaeacsremeat and | Wrances seeete Deine: teat the ee Between aeze Ne, $ dated 12th day of Iebracty | 2U767—1 gold chula OFFER FOR
parce! of land is the sald Island bold | abating athe Nor h upon the remeinirg | cutors named” therein George Philomene Monsegue—Dlalatitt ibd ead mide by Radgecoomer io favour | 2242-2 go'd riage ”
under the paorieions Of (Le Heal Property Ff portlonef the asid lo: necter din Poe | Kolaod ¢lark the other’ Executor 1 x and of Albert hy Fow, there wil be put ap | 22827—Z gold bangles, 2 gold sobtaire, 1] x28." Torgorm”
Giditance Ne. W) and comp faisg e’xbt | dilly Sweet on tbe Hue b upos tote com , Hamed inthe wid Wall belog ou of ouerh Nathanlel foney Defendant, | for sale by public auction by the vader- geld brooch, 2 earrings, 1 ,
acres more orb evand with ibestuttalasod | bera Zs and 2» feibe cahl Precadill Becess | the juswdu en of thie Howe table} PUBLIC NOTICELs sized at sbele Angilon Mart No. 2 Back- Bold Heckles sod locke 1 ] en
benodales thereat ar shewo ia tbe ¢]a0 | og the Kast upon laed formers belooaine oun, iy I ate pe inhereby given thal by | ville Rerect, fa the Towar! Purteot-Spsin, stud, I piece gold ebaia ty 3 gold :
saneved to tle Cows Sioa x : tard is to the Tove ol 8 Sours ead iataly wold | And Notion in alsu given that af no | 23! ane oper! ne date the ASth day, ut on Tucnds the Bane oa elas ry TEL “Ballver anklota, allver collars, 23 | 34 eases Ficest OL
© Jove Manuel Farien andoo the Wet! cavedt ie lodged before the espiraiiua | [ust en wade herein on the lth day silver bengtos Snes, ‘SAL
os bounded on the North opoo of | apos Piceadilly Street, Abd also all that | of twenty o | of June, 911, there will be y | aod siogaler that cortein 5 fece os parcel | 22070—1 bicyela cag
vee Leona Corpeillé, ond on the Bouth | plece or percel of laed out 49 tn eb weutywignt days frou the date of | iesore the dcare of the cee a UP for sale tof land altcate fa the Ward ef Tarere fa {: | gold 99 bags OLLENOOSE 7
tad West upon Crown laude aod on the roe or ai ee a" Saving yee be the vputcaton oy this Hotlce the opal, an Tharsiey ths House, a of | the Jeland of Tiloldsd, comprising eleven | 2303} fiver alee S sliver ban 1 Ex Sleamer from &
Kast wpon lars of Maseva Jondos, lend to Piocadilly beret In the eaid Tewa ! the suid perce tment August WIL Lutween ‘the hours of Land | Sree, three rouds and tweatylaiee perches | 230132 gold Hoka, 5 gold batto eee 0 cares Finest OLD POM
Thesboge pari uaserraatvely subs Jof Bt. Jouph bf 04 Vatas in depih aud | ' Det ad ubie Zab Hef of June 191) Aifided tnoiety, of get, tet one, uo, | be tbe same litle mare oe 1s dellssated Urseelete I gold weckleter Ghoid | Ks Reent Arrwals
va tr . in tha * nd tol
& 3922 of 1910, and o Memurendam ef sod can lends formerly caer! Actiog D. Be Cub Lins, ant” oe of laud situate in the {thereof ebewa is the plen of diegra cies 2 eld Hage, 2 gold | OLEOMARGARINE “
Mortgoge bos teeing date che duh day | Government but une Ie the eeea tition et | waa Aton Deputy Kegisteae ian, reaigbichal ra, in the aaid | attached to the Crown Grant entered iq 2303t-— 2 gold Shab I gold ¥
of Noveaster, 1409, io favourof ume | the belrsol Victoriase Gonira nod Lovie | 1 TAKE tf aiete oF beat aid cL hee a Thee picree | the eal Prorerty Register Bok a1 Vole | 2535—1 gold wares | Od Pie GAUTIERS BRANDY 7
Droptes for seeastrg poyuaes of be sue | Joyan on the Gostf ov ibe cemaloieg per AKE AT AT THE START | tponsaudectdepume yee nthe North | ewe LXIV, fuile 229 and bonded 00 the | 23000—1 fold fob, 2 gol CIGARS, Hace LAY STA,
wit a ce eyo] ea ets ance see, treat ft il ef en ce sa ye [Rog yor On ee Sa oa 2 PM dant got] lua, Bae
ua uf mor ays nage Fumo do ewe out t = :
ee nd on land Bow Ie the ves ge Fumous Waite Ping | Dow on, the Bast upag lands of Weet | 7 oSioa and oe the Wet by Thode posi Rusce Niven conceited rant PORTLAND CEMENT, 2 a

ULLIC NUTICE te hasty given that
by an orderct fa Monour Me. Justice
Swe nade berets on the 2Zad dey of May

paden of
one Manvel Je Casire aad ou the West ou
it

Town of Port-of Spain in the Island of
Trinidad merchant and Eva Frauces
Bkeete of theasld Town of Port-of-
Spalo Widow fora grant of Probate

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Silver Ware. E. P, Ware. | E. P. Ware, |Silver Ware.

paly, y - 1 , HI B'Dollere,
BRUSHISETS, dvedvenen | SALAD BOWLS ‘dun | MEAT CARVERS, %.00,2001 LOVELY VASES
SUGAR & CREAM SETS—a.Lollars, 24 conta, 48 conts to $4.00 ,

CAKE KNIVES§in Casesfof G--$3.60 and $5.00.[ BUITER DISHES—81.20, $2.00 to $12.00,
VASES~ $1.00, 91.50 to $3.00, Ecent Pottles—$2.40 up [pa Rings—#400 Pair

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CASES FISH Kh1VES & FURKS—

Hand?!Mirrers— 4.00 to 88,00, $3.60, $10, fo $25.

HANICURE SETS—$3,00, $1.00 to $16.00. ¢_,f ENTREE DISHES, 8 dollars up ,
WAITER* ~ 81,20, $1.80 to 38,60 » ;
COAKA BASKITS, JEWEL OASES Vowder Hoxes—-$3.00 up Trinket Boxes, Dionor Balls

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WRITIN [SETS—Five Dollars. Cee Oe As et 85.00, 00. Ice Water Pitchers—Porcelain Linings -$1 to $20. alt Cells in Ousos-#400 | Cigarette Casos—93,.60 85,
SUGAR and ORKAM (SETS—318,00, CLARET JUGS—4 Dpliers, MENU HOLDERS and FLOWER STAND |Cigparette Tubes—2$
BISQUIT BARRELS—82.40. , , 60 nents
- N D : : 5 INK STANDS 84.00, 88,00 . -
BON - BON DISHES. HIStE CARVERS #400, $5.00, DRESSING CASES— $3.00, 85.00 to 810, Cigar and Cigarette Holders




Detachable & Reversible, $2.40. i

CIGAR BOXES,

Twelve Dollars,

Dhain Bag ’—#3.00 to $25.00.

‘Photo Frames,

40 centr, 60 cents, $1.00 to $9.00 each.

Silver Deposit Ware:

Scent Bottics, Vases, Jugs, Salt Cellars, Toa Scts, Toilot
Boxes, Sugar and Cream Sots.

Benares Ware, China, Crockery and Glassware:




































F S A I E Prospective purchasers of | fots RIDDLES. MOVEMENTS OF STEAMERS, Hamburg Ameri
. eatate, thoee who would be willing to Why fsa plece of hanl candy ke « The Royal Mail Steam Packet t1.— e can Line.
‘ id » I AUL H. SCHEERER # Co,
O R prepared to purehaee wie moni bs hore! Because the more youliek it). fog Papa 3, , ‘Acuurs

evection cf small residences sultable for oe
renting out, to send in applications texe ayhat day yt bbe year do ae Koninkiljko W. ‘n-
stating the lote they would take, and dische Maildienst

———— PATAGONIA.< The as “Vatagoole“

- of the Mamburg-American Elne, ts -*
due here from Hamburg via St, Thoinag
on or about Jaly ein, proceeding after
wantis to Carvpano, La Guayva, Puerto
Cabello and Curacao, taking passengers
and malls, -

OLIVIA,—The sa, “Bollvia” of tha

ilamburg Amerioan Line ts daa bere
from Venenesuelan Ports on or about Jal
ah, proceeding alterwanis £s 7 tavern a
amburg via OD; cargo,
Passengers and malls, A ne



BY UW . .

, .. When faa soldier bot half ns soldier?
OF churee. it istassuuued tat for them | When he's in quarters Tux Kova. Dcrcu Matt
ble, but not too high upset price What le the difference between an __ AGENTS

. ~ 2 ° ; > auction and sea-sickness ? One is the; likap Lins Seavice.

. ° = ‘ mot a see would be net by the Bosnt on the lands; sale of effects the other the effects of a prys WILLEM- [The Royal Dutch
© i ena ditions as to the style of buildings to Ol nat three Rttters turn a git into ' dus Mall Bteamer Driny Vien oy a

5 e be erected, and the time withtn which woman? A-g-e | abeet 2nd July Wil proceeding after-

‘Lion Brand” tho buildings aust be cumpleted. “Wry ig the eat of w tree like the ; wants to Paramaribo, Havre and, Aruster

There would alwo .we presume be dam taking ca passengers and malls.
conditions desigued to prevent as far human body? Because Mt haw viens, RANJE NASSAU Ine Royal Dutch

ee . as possible a speculation wealthy 7 . Mali Steamer ** Oranje Nansau” is dus

re ~ CONDENSED MILK juvestoce ing woriea of lots the owner- ton tes whom helt eon hore from Ainstenlam xia Perainaribo and

. + . e J shipof which would ou & small scale ACH Mmerara OF OF A a y Pl
25 ,Casks, Large Newloundland Cod, :





aay
py does a baby boy always re- ceeding afterwards to Carupano, Cumana, SHIPPING IN ELLICENCE.
Trelded De tive municipal aaynintion celvea hearty welcome ‘ina family? Guanta, ba Gnayia, Muerto Cabello,

ARI LS.
. Because It never comes a-tiss, Curacao, Jacmel, Aur Cayes, Port aa
' : . of the entire estate. Lut we fani . 4 . " . duly 16th,
Oo, do. Prime Large Haddock Yhe undersigned aro now pffering | thateuch auinvitation would probably ah Js the diuference betwee au Vilnce and New ‘ork taking cargo, | Jove: Venes motor launch, Uorsle, 4 tons,

anglee and & dunes} One balls his p¥sescngers and malls,
the other hates hls book.
that « very considerable Wir ared hein ,
g hike an over-
pottion of the purchase moyey, of the coat’ Iecuter it kecps you dry,

54 houra, U. Colon, 1 case merchandine,
TENNYnON. Hrit stins., Allen, YZ tons,
days, iahla—10u bags coffee. To”



PO do, H ake a consigoment of this ba largely responded tos and it would





George R- Alaton & Co,













Excellent Milk estate coukt thereby be iudily and “what gameadu the waves play at? Konuklijke WW. fu- | Ganxaba” Tine stmr., Vaughan, 1x!
sd 5 BXS 2 jE N GLIS H POLLOCK were 1 ‘ound verte te allow. in At itch and tom, 1 N dies Mai dicnst tran. a eT ene oR.
1 . : AT REASONABLE PATE, certain atteeta ab any rate, the Hold- potynia “your taker? Tu tet gon ow Yorke paren “ydesillng Ooy. Ltd.

= ish C . ad vay | ingate be by half lols tustead of by thigh + Tre Keyan Doveu Maiu~ Agrate || VEONGt Amer ators Sault, 1y tones
85 Boxes Englis 1 odfisk_. y ighly rocommded by the Medical wholelota; Mi bald A ord heer What fis that which is buught by the OPPENAME- The aa," Coppename sengers. ToNew York and Bermudcs

an | Trofission for tho use of infan's (00g Order a half lot where pethapa Te and worn by thefoot A carpet. rota ath duly Wultand will ave next | O ith

” uy is i 4 it e = le
NOCBOXES CAMDEN B NM SOAP—56/20s he would be unable to take & whole watchmaker and a jailer? One sells «Pay,at hoon prociuely direct for New York | Vewszvena Venex simr., Montero, 310
sous . Qualit alwa s Reliable, | °°: For these reasons we heartily watches and te other watches cells, taking cargo, passengers and malin na, 34 hours, Cludad Bolivar, 230 exer,
ot ‘Jy ry. . gmmend the suggestion mado by Mr. T Whyte a ladder like a prizefight ¢ Compagnie Gonoralo pagkage gold, 4 crates cheese and 41
. x ’ —p—— lelra in the suatter, and would add beususe it is made up of rounds, { : anengers for Trintdad 140 packages
‘C d BM — £6 S the farther suggestlon indicated Trausatlan'iquo or Engiand per Hoyal Balt; dof peck:

00 DoOxes gmaen e cap 50/24 4
; GRELL&Co Lid, |" | 0. Laozauy & NoN- | aan” lings td pecangen for Eutope per
: — , agen for pe
oO do.B Ido. co, do.— 5 6,2 5s oO ° St DOMINGUE - mere Mall Royal Dutch Maik 1s ackages for
po do. do do do—so-24s ee coaniaiiandialiae - CHARITY. WHY FERROL 1S BETTER THAN Si ticeittine'wartatjusanttctace | Bucsgy for, Naw. dork par tora
aaa a aaa _ . about the u 2 f
me The Port-of-Spala hazette When you meet with one suspected OLD FASHIONED PREPARATIONS fs duc 110 Ot Ornernants o Demerare, pent de Venes hat 1
0 FIRKING *P.YÂ¥2 BUTTER. [esr Mae (SRR a | ov comet onawn Sarees ni [Ea
OEE is 1 5 NH. praand mini's, | eke \ itt

° ° PORT-UF-SPAIN ‘As . thing of evil £ et { E SULSIONS, P BHOU ihe Frenchy Mal) bteamer coal) Ty Ge jon, Grant, 8 co mer

Denar Writ star. Smith, 147 tous, 12





TULSDAY, l#ru JULY, 1911. Guard thine every look and action, oO ML dispute the eurati 1 h dol 1 will
° . u one Ww pute 1 oturalive porteon oralout the 2th Joly and ho *
— Speak no wordof heactless blame, | 0 . For . afterwants to Martinique urs, Carupana, Ul packages merchso-
po" Bags Garden Siam Rice +h Vou the slanderer’s vile detraction N tue ot set ee ott tena the Fitadeloupe, Santandar, Bordeaux an dine tor ‘Iriuidad, ie Ivie turtles for
, THE QUESTION OF WOODBROOK. | “Yet may soll thy goodly name, Nandeat of all body-Luilding ayonte Havre, taking passengers, caro and | fionaniimen’ and ie pesos To
Vincent Buildin ~— 7” . ‘ov wasted human etrength and Male TL sswexnano, Venex boat, Mata, 5 tony t
& ig» Tw suggestion wade by Mr. Vieira | When you meet with one py suing vitality. Lamport & Holt Tine | day, © Uolon, ¥ bags cocoa.
ith July 1911. ase nt the Inst meeting of the Town Board, ] Waye the lost have wandered in, | Yeta great deal of good that should of Steamare Even, Brit woop, Duncan, 21 tons, 1) day,
. as tothe desirability of aecertalning, | Woking out hisown undoing, have been derived from its use hae @ & Carlacou, ballast and 6 passengers.
ae before making any’ definite applica: | With his wickedness ard slay been prevented by the fact that many Gronox H. Atston Cornmename, Dutch stmr., Hgmond, 2,024
3 : tlon for a loan of a stated amount, | Thiok, tf placed fo his condition, patleote who wera weakened by dis- Co~ Agents, to tond, 33 hours, Paramaribo, I pkge_sun:
- what may be reasonably expected to} Would a kind word be in vain? vase could not digest the heavy oil ASARI—The as. “Vasari” la due $rigs and 2 passengers. ToRoyel Dutch ,

be the eds of the sale to the | Or 4 look of cold suspicion aduunistered elther in {ta raw funn or aout rrity here trom Puenos Alves on or

ao
®
‘ resent Levante of their respective! Wio thee back ta tenth again P to ab Lnuledlon, and others would not bad x
oldinga on the Woodbrook estate, le take it ob account of ite disagreeable dey tor Now York via Bast os, taking
. one that must certalnly bave com- | There are epota that bear no flowers, — Gdour and taste. .
- [mended ite very spb, to moet | Not because elle tad, _.g | gow modern sclencehas proved that 7-5" —“arinidad Live of
4 a8 Wo of ve 4 Bu er ho
Meration, For 7 reasvns which, | Never made thelr busut the oil or greasy (part has no valua €
,

nt glad. whatever, either as a medicine or food. Steamers,
alphough {u our opinion, and we think } Better havean act that’ vindl . bat tt tkalolde, or Tr No
it may bo fairly. tlated (o the opinion | Treated sometimes with dixtal ty Te appears tha Me a hlch iiDAD BuIPPr &

hi 1 one A
of the vast. majority of the people of | Than by judging others blindly, medicinal elements, of which there Travina Co. AGENTS.

are about fifty different kinds found fn OWN OF NAVARRE—The as,
Portof-Spaio are entirely mistaken, Doom the innocent to pain, the cod's liver, repreeent all the tonic, “Crown of Navarre’ of the Trialdad
AN p— ho doubt have honestly commende: zi

bysiddl tive powers of ne will leave for New York on the 11th
theinsel eve to Mr. Vielra'e mind, that —— see treet OO July HOU, and da'due there on loth July
© Tenergetlc member.of the governin 11

Alter years of study, two eminent : a ~
- he to has felt it ta beh . ARACAS- The 8.8. Maracas” of
budy of the town Das felt Spooeltton BOARD OF ACRICULTURE, | rene chemters, Mouryues snd Gautk M
tothe paselig ofthe resolution which
rv

the Trinidad Line will leave New
autho the adoption of the scherne | A meeting of the Board will be beld

: er by name, discovered & way te York on the teth July 1911 and ia due here
of purchase by the Board, And, asfat the Council Chamber ou the 2tet
“ we have already polnted out, it our [instant. The following is the Agen-
P PD opinion, It was a great pity that thls | da s—
, j @ilo nosiifon should have existed touan } Floanclal Stateinent. \
Ne) olberwisa unanimous decision. But] 2 Report of River Katate Com-

Faounsanv, Norweg stmr., Oleen, 493
tona, 35 ho Cludad Bolivar, cargo in
transit. To Gordon, Grant & Co,

Hiss, Lritatmr., Samuels, 2,79 tons, 3
daya, }ara,—#0 tons general cargo, To
George it, Alaton &

AtLantian, Brit atmr,, Iightou, aist
tona, 13 days, Hio de Jane balla.
New Coloula! Company Lid.

DEPARTURES. - ~~ Em
WWth Joly. 7 Swap
Trnnysox, Lritatmr, Allén, 23){ tous,
Barbados, 1,005 bags Trinidad cocoa,
133 bags “Trinidad coconute, 105
Venyauslan coconats, a Venes
cocoa and 8 passengers, jeorgs
Alstou & Co, 7

17th
Wannnnxn, Brit etme, Pugh, 2,008 tons,
La Gyayra, part of inward can, po
passengers ly J.N, Harriman & Co ~
Pastoda, Venes sloop, Rodrigues, 1S
tons, G Colon, sundry phys m
Sacinpan, Venez sloop, ‘Aunuaitre, 17



separate these alkaloids, or med wh July jolt
elainenta from the oil, "and gave te Gia The os. “Grenada” of the

eee

modern medicine all the valuable part ‘Trinldul, Line will leave for New
of this great remedy unencumbered ‘Yorken the IMhJuly lvll and ls due there

medicing) curative elements of ce

by the caseless 07 with July 101k.
ve preparation contaluing ail the . the Jon Tt Trect

ho suggestion nade Ly Mr. Vieira | wnittee. il, but entirely free from oll o1 Vino of > toamers tong, Panpatar, su mdues :
inJ week. ho haw certainly shewn that] iw Reporte Adsivory-Comnilttes. eee "much there re be peoognized Tu New Oorontat Co, | Sunita, Venes foaatl bake es tons, Cu
he fully recogulees bis duty, deaplte | 4, GS.LP, Oury1O Copy of a de! ay the best tonie recortticLor pow Lip, Agents. tuonaa, sundry pkgs mdse,

a

ate aud personal views, loyally | snatch from the Kecretary of Ktate fur | ite, Buch te FERTOL NON, Thees “[furon” isdue here
Tnenpport end ald in the carrying out | the Gutontes, and Council Paper No, #2 ws ne way doe FERIOL resemble E STON random! via" Harbadonâ„¢ med
aS —— of the eventual decision arrived at by ! of 1011, re co-operation by the Crown fog fiver ofl It dues not look, nor Grenata, on or about the ath July J0t1
his confreres 3 and we are pled fo wee | Colonies with the Afiican Entomolo- nett, nor taste like cod diver ofl, proceeding atterwarde fo Demerara faking

that the Town Board and the com: | gical Research Committee, Yet Ferrol ls guaranteed to contain ¢4™K0, panengers an:

tunity will be able to jely upon Nr 5 letter from Dr. Watts, Topevisl {iy highly concentrated form all the

Vielra’s pecognised business okill and | Oomuulssioner of Agricultureré Weot Niclnal elernenta actually taken .
from cols! ‘iWvers, with engenic fron ae Froderick Toyland
and isdelictously palatable and easily ‘ompany Ltd

“3 acumen in the watkiog out of (hv | Judian Conferene ta be held In
Y wever offer the sugges. | 0, CHAE. G00, In connettion P Tax New Counts Co,
eee pei btbewell for the Iloard | with the Pamphley “*Hinta ta Bettlerw , taewled { yey Cguontal
to go a olyp further Tt te aa Me. [in Tohago.” additional isaues with al- FEMNOL, therefore, represents un- ANBADIAN —The s.0. “Jiarbadian”
Viele eta nactically a foregone | terations requind, usual body-builders and strengthening in dua bere from Tdverpuol ala Bar
9 6! al the Town will pow | 7, Ar. Guppy's application for Tato: | vistue. In all casea where cod Hver jados on or about 2th duly Wi} proceed
‘

detalles of this important scheme. | 11 inidad.
conclusion th f ae IR proves
ding asthe fogint's anlacy while acting foe bli, | oll leneeded, FELILOL wil give thé ing afterwards to La Guana, Dio, Cabello
Lt oer cc hlew cunly OF Nt, eee eekt fia the ‘Acthiug Director eet resulta, for it te dnwedlately wt Curacao, taking tango, pasnenscers
nurchase of Weodbroukt And it | of Agricuiture for a vote of £00 to de | anuluilated and aarptable to the and malls i€quarentine permite _
neal weakest stomach and disagrees with iho Hout n Line of

goes lug that wheu they du ! fray covt of continuing Mubber Tap-
64a, TMARINE SQUARE, wo, they wl requive to telsa & very pine Experiments on Totates and the

Mimapo, V: Jowp, J }» 42 to:
Ulva, -bellast and Hd parcengere





CLOSING OF MAILS.

Malls for Grenada, Bt. Vincent, and
New York per om “Grenada” vill be
closed on Tuvsday 1th instant at 3 jpn,
Ueglatration closes at 230 Ro

Mails for New Yori pert
uprename” wil i cloned, 2 Tueutay

> instant al aw. Hegistration
Coif! for Grenada, 6&. Vi Ls
alls for Gre
Tada, Doinlnilea, Montserrat, kath
Nevie and Bt, Kitte per WAL ©

= hanes





Dy Oe . ro , witl be closed at 3 on Tuesaday (to-day)
| We havealrend ining of tappert. Sole Agents—Smith Bros, and Co., . teamora loth Instant, tration sowed
wee large et of nioron . to how this O. Keques} Wy the Acting Director | The Hunanza, Port-ol-Hpalo. | Orc. 1. Atwron & Cot patie for ke Colo bine a
ety ahold by raised, note if posd- | of Agriculture fora vole of £0) tu de- Aaxnts, Colon, Jamaica, Cubs nad New York, per
5 fom le Wy a tong tern joan, bub b (fray part, oC expenses In coone ton | ee ee MAnawasna he a Make TUS Thames” will he slowed at B pms
FOR mm | deheslute is aie yu oul, | wih Naboo qralted cou Ui ttt Bah Jot at in| teat gage) ae Hea Mea
‘ ments of ogee amount. Hf now Jt) and mange plants ux its Tuan Lea Tuna Aa. — Alege or about te prt daly au fel

Malle for [deuerara per ILSLAL
“*Halantia will be closed * 14 noon on
Turney 4taday) Jeth instant. Regiaire-
tion a¢ 21.30 a.m,

Natle for Marhadoe, St Vincent, Bt.
Lucin Hecusnde and tt. Jolin by the Bi
‘ Oraro” willl Le cloned on Teeeday (tc day)
the [sth instant atdoclock p.m. preclerly,
Hew ; eon See 20 oe ry

alle for ta aMAy Ta, ALACRA, Me
Caletio and Port aw.Prince by the * Pring
x Pert Vv t wilt eg cloned om Wednesday
ibe patent at Sotlock pun preciel

Regigtzatlon closes at 2.40 pon vi,

° ‘ “

Pitleare che most purtable and cum Havana, Heston, aad New York, taklog

to sell holder the lots | 10, Propusal by the’ Actlog Director
aod thereby scour a of galore ie percel bunt tipor nactof all mediclnes, and whe easy cargo, passengers, wud tails
te take are the roost arveptable of pe, renee rae

they cocu rv i be linported by Parcel Poet frour :

es a i ateragle portion atany rate of the heeds spat 4 y ar et fri . Ta

SS Ni oO IOA ESTA T E 1 purthase money sa as to able the Ceylon, G04) from Slugapory anc Ke he raat aoe ptalie ot pee 4 Fe bomah tno it
ALL Cc GQ Pener to repay it to the tenders, uuu frow Surioaine, and thet the | para(l me hepalar nt f atteet thelr . on

tLe asked fa imcet the es-
of 16 Acros. . would tt Botnet tow well ee he ire peoses by grantiog encdrance cf 410) Vegetable Pills ave Ue iioyt popaler Gru RB. Asston & Gor

of all pills they aust fully meet all ~ Ante.
= rm ON . befog niade, alva fo endeavour w or takleg vole for the amounk ‘ub 4 ately compound PB, Thorn’
5 No-reasomibla wlergigale: For farther particulars tetton ot tog tenip reid eb ly "i Semen ot “Savieikirecite | al aad eget ernie Siete tae ee variye asthe wn
( ‘; ~ . net joste "*
wir = yur SRR RNS Pater erren. agents tis: a epee a i er
McKENZIE & EIRTON tt Ser inniatioe eoakl be lmasd to 0 Nepats, ny

+ 8 ft Mtn, vv * ‘ 4 *

wevwevevererverye | la wuggee'



NN
EAM PONT-OFSPAIN GAZETTE TUMDAY JULY _18, 1911
DECEASED WIFE SISTER'S ILL

wheyher the toe srnnsent
peak what declolon bat been arr
end the resaona for such decision,
eskof the Council read thé

PLACES TINE

, UBGAT

cacefally [ the vor

question of inpoain,
on erude = ol, ant

have detided that they wouk{ not f undfiicial members were away from

recommend ta the Legislature the tbe colony, be woald suggest that

imposition of an ezport da in

present, when the work

THE MONEY.LENDING GRDIN.
ANCH INTRODUCED,

1 me
SPEECHES NY THK ATIORNEY
GENERAL



VES,

oracle Pent should be portmeoneds
nel Th, Bi
iy prospecting, but will consider ar Fenwick anid itwas his inten:
he question of doing, so ata later } tion fo make some remarks on that
date as the industr:
MR. DYETT anny

BO

IMr. Dyett asked:

Whether the a

Colonial Secreta
to the followin



oman
THE OIL INDUSTRY.

Varory
rday at noon and preeided over

ante, K.G MM @.
G. Bushe, 0 ALG,
Colonial Secretary,
Gollan, Attorney Geceral,

L.

Bolicitor General, Hon. Charles Pan-
Acting Auditor General, Hon. Lt-
i. 8, Marshall
General of Con:
val Stevens, Acti:
Works, Hon. De.

tteadon of the ¢nottquite seo the neoemity of
has been drawn [ any more meetings daring the recers. | the coloniet felt their feet a Mttle
lementinade by | As llis Exsceltency was aware the
the Acting Stlpendiary Magtetrate | Session was instituted for many fea-
of aareported fn the | sons, principally, because during April
5 orto Spain jazette” ofthe th { and October. sereral unofficial metn-
une t, vizz=
“That he did nat care to send | there was inconrenience attac’

tory the appotaotinent of acting members
and [ who were not aw court with what | such manlages lawful, Ansent wae
was going on ia tha Legislature of the | refesed to four of those biils, and it
colony. He conld anderstand that f wasonlyaftera great deal of hesita-
and whetber there is any jnatifica- | cases of t urgency might: arise | tion that the crown asseoted to the
which made {t necessary for the meet | Afth bill which became law In 1870—1,
Clerk read the reply a8} ing of Council during recess, but he | From that time onwards, acts legt

se Nialocin L

axative for
Sue .
cnroxig! box

the defendaut of the Reforina
as ho wasa Ver:

Director of Pablic catne out woree than

W., Eakin, Acting
on General, Won, Commander
OVET | W. IL Coumbs, IEN,, Protector of Im-
Hon. Denis Signe, Receiver
General, Hon. IL H. Walcott, Oollect } follows t--
or of Customs, and Hons, @. T. F
wick, C.M.G., IL L. Thornton, W. 0,
tt, Kamnl Henderson, W. OG.
D. Hobson, Adam Smith, acd
Dr. E. Prada, with Mr. Alfred Taitt,
Acting Clerk of tho Council.

The tninutes of the wecting of 3Ist

firtned.
BERS LEAVE.

The Acting Colonigl Secretary am
nounced that lls Excetlen
ernoe had granted leave of a
three 1oonths to the Hon. Carl de

COUNCILLAQ IS QUALIFICATION
AT ARIMA,

TheUColonial Secretary sald he bad been
commanded to, read the following

The Governor has the honour te
Hon, the Legislative
Council, the petition from the Mayor
Arima, which was
laid before the Council on the Zod of
May last, on the subject of the reduc-
aalification for Councillors,
tagether with’ a report thereon by the
Attorney General.

Hie Excellency desires to inform the
Councilin connection with this mattcr
that the Gorernment Ja not tn favour
of reducing the pro
fo reepect of municipal representstion.

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QEADACHES, BAD BHEADTU.

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Old Time Purgatives.

Tt contains no Habit-Forming Drugs.
It does not cause pain or griping,

Is is absolute!
{t,is suitable for young and old,

Tels palatable—Children cat it liko Candy, ,
It is powerful and eflective for Chronia Constipation
It produces 4 natural action,
Tt leaves no bad fter-Effect.

Danger of Ohvomto Constipation

CHRONIC CONSTIPATION PO!ONS THE HUMAN SYSTEM, AFFECTING EVERY
OkGAN-LVEN THE BRAIN

Price One Shilling.
The Inter-Amsrican Drag Peading Oo. 130-132, Pearl St, New York
Sold by all the Leading Chemists,

FACTS!

CIGARS & CIGARETTES

Have secared GOULD SEDALS of the hi
sxhibited,-“Theosly CIGARS and CIUAR
et the Jamaica Interoationsl Exhibition, 1891,
Machado's Cigars and Cig:
Jo gus io quality nnd aroma,
‘be Workmanship sud bleo
annot be excelled or equaled.



‘Superiority of tion for buch a statement.

5 me mem
ox

The Acting 8.J.P. of Port-of-S

satates that as far as he rensembers | the recesa,

he sakl in sentencing a very sinall TUR GOVERNOR EXPLAINS*

boy that he did not care to send hint Itis Excellency said he entirely con:
ry as there | curred with what the Senior onom-

polng out | clal member had said, but the mretio;
‘The Magie- | of Counc that day was due to the fac
apparently | of the Secretary of States’ instructlone

“,

worse then he went In.
trate’s opinion

of these cases, bil
epenatle tion Is largeur that It Iredit, Thi of pended

@ proportion jargeor tha ny ere wasthe case a alty de; uv 7
Mt cast priscner who was «leper, and. who | country where the realty was situated, | "General th Hankrop
And once the South Australia Act
found 2 the positlon was this uy ;
‘ound J ittwo Engtsh people with Hoglish s money-lendingty p we
d | “lenders, at big’ F

should cast any reflection on the fn-
‘stitution of ite mana;

A return furpished
tor-General’of Constabula
Magistrate, shows that 1
boys were convicted dur



the Inspec: | of murder, and was likely to be
to the prison fur some time, It was
ox-

return to the

0, during which 237

aod Burgesses of arged from the Reformatory and

re 1900,
RADA ON THK TICKET
REGULATION,

rada asked
hether the attention of the Gov- POSTPONED.
eroment has been called
ous inconvenience caused to house- {tor of Public Works, the second
ublic generally b
the [to the construction of-'new streets
issu- | and buildings In Port-of-Spain, was





to the seri-

rty qualifications | holders and the



Jectric Company,

ing each set of six tram tickets in | postponed.

such a manner as to prevent the use THE MARRIAGE QUESTION,

of each individual ticket. separately The Attorney General aasid fa mov-

from the othergs thus disregarding | Ing the second reading of an ordinance | testate leaving children and property

the provisions of the sixth schedale } ty amend the law relating to inarriage | jn Trinidad, as far as he ‘could

to Ordinance No, 216 which requires | with a deceased wife's sister, he did | chitdren woold_be entitled to succeed | Could obverve by looking

then | to Koop for sale publicly Uckets { not hide from himself the fact thatthe | to personalty,
sold at a

2th, July 1018.
Te LA

‘The Cotsnial Hecretary laid the fol-
documents on the tatile r-
ress fremihe Legistative Cono-

2 cil on the occasion of the Coronation
est awards wherorer they bare boen cE ee eeaeiy King George Ve

ES awardal « certificate of honour r.
Minutes of meeting of the Finance
Committee on 8th June, 91k
Despatch, from the Secretar:
tale, No, 167, of the Jst June, 19)
the subject of certain proposala which
have been made for securing greater
uniformity inthe Customs statistics
of the West Indian Colonies and Ber

arettos are for smokers of crlture and discerning taste

ding of MACHADO'S CIGARS & CIGAKETTES } ,, frre with the privilege

B & J.B MACHADO

LA TROPICAL, Fatablishrest
stbour Street Jamaica.

~The Royal Mail
« Steam Packet Co

The Clerk read the reply as fol- [fact there was along line of ences
a1

Minutes of a meeting of the Finance
Oommittee on the &t
vy tch from the Hecreta
of Btate, No. 140, of the Oth May lui,
with further reference to the question
of the apportionment of the cost of the
snbsidios payable to Royal Mail Steam
Packet Cunipany for their Transatian-
@ | tic and Intercolonial Mail Services,
Kules made b
Honour the Chief Justice with the
Cher. | concurrence of the Puisne Jud
1 | der the Judicature Ordinance,
Statement of Kevelpts and Paymeats J ask at
for the eleven snonths ended 23th Feb-

btalements of Recelpts and Pay-
menta for the eleven months ended
2th February, 1911.

Statements of Nocripta and Pay:
tents of the San Lernando Water
o sea that thelr | Authority for the year ended oth

rt of the Principal,
Queen's Royal Colle;
Rule (No, 52) under Ele. ,
weotary Education 0;

#atimate of Nocelpts and Expendl-
taking pas-] tureof the o4, Augustine Estate for
the year lHi—12

Estlmate of Recelpts and Expendi-
state for the year

Letter from the General Post Oftice,
ndon, with reference to the amount
of cold storage epace req
venseyence of fruit from ‘Trinidad to
the United Kingdom,

Summary Rerenue aud Expenditure
of the St, Auguating Estate for the
ear ended Stet March, 1011,

Despatch from the Secretary of State
on the subject of the Report of the
Medical Enquiry Commission,

e@ Warden of Savana
ting the Princesa Town
pumcdities Draft Ordin-

The attention of the Government | particular kind allover the Kapire,
had not previously been draws to | and they (In Trinidad) were practicaHy
ractise referred to in the Hon | at theend of that loug line. The sub-
le meinber's question, with re- | fect, being ous which was very interest-
gard to which the Governor is ad- | Ing, and Fae
vised that it is a matter for the Law | It was not surprising to Hind that com-
Courts to decide whether It conati- [paratively littlé was known about it,
the privi- ] particularly with regant to the histo:
lege which the Legislature has con- | of the c. and It was ofso much assis:
ferred on the pabli

Mr. Thornton gave notice of the fol- | Gouncyl, to deal with the matter, not
uestion which he intends to | at great Jength, but with some particu.

he next meeting of Council:— | larity, Unde
if tenders that may be
rformaoce uf the coastal | wife's sister were invalid ualess per
steauship service of tbis--colony, | formed after a dispensation were grant-
after the explation fn 1013 of the fed; and the chances ‘ate that but for
ment with the Royal
racket Company will be
aubmitted to this Council
t any definite ateps being







RMS
r & I e K *.
AMES.~ Barbadue on Tuesday 18th July, nod ‘wil
vis Pto, Colombia, Cartagena, Colon, Jamaica
Zad class and deck passengers for Pio. Colon:
tha, Cartagena, Jamsios, Cola and New York aud ist class passengers ouly for j Tt
Colon, also non rat-food cerga anit maile.

The tender will leave the
gers forthe * Thames.”

Passengers are epeciail
outward mal

tutes an interference with



bourg, Ste Michaels (Azores) and
ve the sate day fur New You
and Antilla (Cwha), tahing let an

ghthouse Jetty, Queen's Wharlaté pm, with

notified that a baggage lighter to be despatched
will-leavethe St. Vincent Jetty at
tbe day of sailing. and passengers are therefore retpuusted t
haggege fe sent down before that bour.

It is compulsory for the begyage of see md class aod deck pissenzere pro-
teeding to Colua t& be fuuntgated, aad a spectal lighter will leave the St. V.
rent Jetty at0 au., ta take their baggage to the barwa for fuinigation
Se eed

ERBICE. - The RSLS, ‘Berbice’ ls due here from Venesuelan
Monday I7}b July, and willleave the next
rs Ht. Lucis, Dominica, Nonteerrat, Antigua, Nevisanod St. Kitts,
@ tender will eave
eogere and their baggage
aR forthe "Berbice" will be received only up to 4 pm,

vevions | rule would be prevalling in England to-
ken {oj day, But when that ® 8

February, 1011. t
On what dale wil such tenders be | j1o, PROFESSIONAL WIDOWER

sr

rv. Thornton further remarked shat
be was not present on the 2nd
of May when the question relative
to Blackwater fever
was answered.

day for U-anads, St, Vin- Tobsgo

It|was however pees
tory, and showed that
lack water fever was not very preva-
lent fa Tobago.

. OIL OR ASPHALT?

Me. Feuwitk sald he would like to | ness, wes not content to deal with his
know whether Uhe olf quéstion wae f ou case, but he iutroduced a series of
% from liquid | prohibitions so that ail of bis subjecte
{to an export | aight be affected, and the result was
tax? Hecent events sceried to have} the appearance in that statute,
vooclusively proved that the oll bein:

J, Queen's Wharf at Spm, with
ce ture of the River
on Monday ) 1011—12.

*Balautia will deave
for Demerara, taklog pasesengers, carga and mall.
. The tender will leave the

yeengers and Lbeir baggage for the *Jislautla,
argo for the “Vulantia’ wilt be teceived only up lo 4 pm, on Mondsy

ese va duceday 13 o dul?

differentia any rea

btbouse Jetty, asphalt which wa su

Queen's Whirl atl pm, with

arrived bere frum

ca, Oolou, Cartagena, and

day 2th July, and will leave the next dey for Scutbawpton via Batlados, St

Nichaele (Agorve} and (hesboucg, taking passengers, cargo aod wile,

der will leave the Ligutbouse Jetty, Queens Wharf,

pesecuyere for Lhe’ Clyde
Passengers are &

-Fsla ‘ ° te
( “‘Anuille (Gubal Jaca Pte Culombia ea Bou

iN

The Acting Colonial
moved the ado,
the standing Coumittee on
ted ith June and dth July, 111,

The Acting Auditor General second:
al and the inution was adopted
FERNANDO WATER
AUTHORITY ESTIMATES,

Sole, creta:
moved that this Council a ite
excesses on the followls,
peoditure on votes fo t

atipm, with [

Secretary | cluding the cave of marriage with a
le deepatched to | Marketable 4

tally gotified Uhat a baggage hebter lo tion of the re
the homeward tual will leave the dt, Vincent Jettyat i pou, ov the day of sall-
ngere are therefore requested to sev thab thelr dagy:
down before that beur
LANTIA | The

Regulations made b
win ‘Tow Hoant under Section 3 of

age fs cent bh
t
dlatghter-botses

the Poitof-Spain

|
rie fan Demerara oo gual Funpoction of Food Ordinance, No.

July sal willdeave Cho ese day at Sp for Caru

nn, Maapatec and ©. Gueyra, Laklag pasveogers, ostyo and meiles

¢ tender silt es tbe Laguthouse Jotty, Queen's Whail, of 5 pas wit
the °> Ha antia”

ge lighter ieaves the Ht Vinceot Jetty at 2pm, with baggage | 7

Statement of Recelpts and Payments
of the Cours Waterworks
ear ending Slot March, 1011.
rer ofthe Harbour Mas-

Mtatements of accounts of Cominis
loners of Gover nowat Currency Notes

powsengers for

a.
Cargo for the 4 Halantia’ will be reorlved up tad pu, on Monday 2ith July

elles. "Lyne wiliikate nese un
jor Havew, London and Continental purts,

Fort Balleg Wo Korops

uly, taklog | al

Next" Sailings for Osrapano, Pam-

pater, and La Quayrs
Ph Auguste HALANTIA .
Ziad angus BERLICK

yY ofa despatels from the Secretar
tate approsing of the pie hase
enale by the

® Towo Hoard, and Report
erla Uonuullice, The Caonlal
explaiogdthatin lWul, the
ft contributed 41000 tu the
auetmertal fusd.

The Acting Direclorof Pattle Worke
Jnidthereport of the Special Cupuniticve
tocousider the deft oulin-
ance relating to the eau
ew wlewete aud buildings i Port-of-

MK. FENWICK 8 QUERY.

Alt Veuwick asked if there was
an) thlngd aew ia Lbe
the Sucretary of bale w
tawnt of Che ous:
able to the Royal
wohe woukl sok

petlancy repiied
fa it that had
Placed before the Couscll,

AND THE OIL
Mi flobeou usked the fullowing

* Loan of £000
which have been met by Savinga wo-
dee other bub-heads of expenditure,

The Acting Auditor
ondel ond the motion was ado;

THE SOLICITORS’ ORL

of the Attoroey
woattals et retlore Ordinance
a4 PUst pon pendia: he return to
the ouluny of the Mon tL. A, Alcazar,
atvembes of the Hpuciad Coumillice to
whow the ordiuanee wi ped,
PRINCES TOWN'S MARKET.
The Atuaney General asked that
relating to the aaltof mnerbetete see
relating e saly of marketable °
modities in Piicees Town be postpon-
as the teport of the commit!
therwon e had euly beet Jafd that

The onllosnce was acoordingly

PLANT PROTECTION.

General refertiog to
e reveotio:
joeaers’ oud

*“ MAGDALENA

CIRCULAR TICKETS.

First Ctow tiekete are bound from Trinulad to Southa:
and back ditect le Triaidod or eles vere

"These ticketa are avellable between New York sad E.
the steamers of the Ausrtean, Adeutly Traaegeori,

Tie Uckets are avaibalte for WW 10.

versa for an inclusive fers of a
gland auc verve b
Cuaard aad Wune sar

he det heave
can be obtained to break tbe voyage abany ora ports tovehel er oe

soute,

Obildren 1to 0 years ball feres.
weular ‘ickete are
Children Ito 22 ye.

those
too | assert that that concitlon of affalre | Prevailed untila n
Y f wae undesirable, as the ille, tinecy of Nore or less

lovued at ou exylusive cherge of £26,
particulars apply at

THE GOMPANY’S OFFICE,
Marine Square Port-of-Spain

mn and ithey had either been disso

» oad Ubere waea | sult of dissolution was pending at the
Helect Committees which ft!
te ee meyzand that alf children EB

bad beececat Wthe It futher provided that all avbse:

Voussduped the advisability of
posng-apExputbuty vu buy

ee ow

aE



1a al Soolety, but na repty hea meg paced In that Act, |e. reaction te. a
wit! | Airicuitural Boolety, but no reply bad | Qweul Ne Ee tutety old and conee: J Uiat Uile unlimited aasy «



‘e! PF aakou
Thee the ordinance be postponed pend-

quently of no effect. So that at
fog tha return ofthe Hon, Aucher

the ¢ whatever one could
ne of the ing of Lord Lynd-



sities of people had aq

warner Solicitor General. who was } burst’s Act, there was this ettraordin- gall. Itmight be i

ngepiritin the commeition
of the ordinangs,
His Excellency sald thatas certain



















































bean dissolved by Uonsiato

ances which werenot ur; were fa consequence iliegitional

eabject when the trme came for fixtr
the dete of noxt meeting. He thougt
be was ex the views of his

Preen b haps
coH when he aald that t id VERY SERIOUS AGITATION.
f bafing | was Satelit the watter; and when

bera were absent from fthe colony, and

strongly deprecated the idea of meet: | mizing unions such as referred to

ia fing once or twice a month during ithe draft ordinance now before t
Council, were passed by the reat of
Australis, Canada, and many of the
‘West Indian colonies, And one could
that principle of the law should bare
been extended all over theEmpire once
ithad been allowed in any partof it.
formed on the numberof conrictions | to the Off refining ordinance as] fecause the law was, that toe right to
ofex -Reformatory boya [tis dift-} sary as ble. There was s long | contract a Inerriage ad
reliable statistica | list of ordinances which he did not | the law of the domicile, and a aucces-
as are
show that

understand why it was p

aa something very urgent that § law of the dowlcile,

was resnanded on the serious charge And on
a

ty could not transfera fd children woul: Le _ ilt

the leper prison.

Yfreading of an ‘brdinante relating | jug to personalty, a!

An practically was

COMMON LAW HEIRS
mpire, he would have

into law, us0 as & matter of presumption tl
a

dents dealing with legislation o!

refore inuch talked abuut,

of the bil

ance ta hi to_ consider ite history,

that he proposed with leave of the § Miaded hin that perba)

ler the law of medizeval
Enrope all marriages with a deceased

sented to












4& personal and special reason ou the

partof a wellknown oronareb, that | “ngiish law was today,

guinplion the ordinance
oes ition being offered.

° jon bein

Pie ig

nary Vill came to sfix what he was
pleased. tocall his affectlonun Anne

leyn, he suddenly realiz d that he
had committed a Ei eat fault in marry-
ing the widow of bis deceased brothe:
aud consequently the Act XXV o
Heory VU Chepter XXU wae

and {f honourable members on
Catherine, aod bastardising his daugh-

the Unoffictals on the matter,

of the famous probibited degrees.

Ifo bad read the terms of that J oui be etected.
statute, and so fer as he coull gather,
it louked as If the intention of the
leplalature wes that all marriages
within those prohibited degrees {la-

d

bad the beautilully Mlogical tlon
that two people who went Erough
that ceremony
thildren, and thove children were In a [ exception
state of what he might call
INCHOATE ILLEGITIMACY
null one or olbee of the parents
died, And {fF ene or other of the
rria

theasury practice ta
feulng Te Chriatlan’ feltee 7,

parents died Without the dissolution
of the marriage by decree of the
Heclesiastical Court, those children

aod deal for the illogicality of thei:
roe that that curious, staterot ailaire

fenturiee, until the ing of what ia
known as Lord Lyndhurst’s Act.
Under that Act there was # preainble

to legitinate the lendiog of

Itetarted by saying that marriages | Europ, a limitation was placed u
with a wife's slater were | the amount of lateres! Pie
only voldatje, Jt then went on to taken, And awe ‘prscutae
age and it was only und i
childien ternaited. tnestiled during | Htencaot Henthau and "the stan.
the lifetime of the pereats It further | Chester School that the Munitations on
went on toproride that all such marri. | the taking Of latercet were abolished
ages prior fo the passing of the Act, | aud then for a
were to be legal and valid, unless {halcyon period of" money-tendis,
! lvet hy | The great’ thiog of the “its 5.
order of the Ecclostastical court. or s sa ycol sppes to have been to get
could ou 7
and, give hicn as littl, a you song {a
teturo, Things continued ig that

such g'
nanilages were to be | Cenditien ter oie few years ang thea

ti { affairs, There were
Peis ta hglaad whose marrlage

Court, because they were within the
probiblted egress, and the children

inore thaa they did fa the beginning
nf the century, the agitation ook i
parler! ronounced form, us

Nustralla he believed, led the battle | of 147 was appointed J
for greater freedom in entering Into fually matertalized {fn 5
marti. telstioas, They actually
passed Bva bills before 18/0, making

tis
{no | Commerce 46 well 0 law, a
he | the * resumé” af part of a

lepended upon

propor to go through witb, onless | sion to personelty de tided ed upan the a tovle{es meen tre
the lawof the | Miture wae concerned)

‘aut that the Lepers’ Ordinance refer- | domicile went to South Australia an
0 rod to prisoners who had been een-{ got married, that niarriage woul
riod of ten yeara 1000— | tenced imprisonment, but he wastnot be recognized and their
boys were dis: | adrised that #) legitimate
remanded leper to tha leper prison. Jin England. If two Sou Aus-
some of the 17 may have been die | Henceche intended to ask the permis-[tralians with Australian dani.
sion of Conncil later on to passa vhort Fale, got married, that imarri-
ordinance to enable them to transfer J uge, would he perfectly valid Id
the leper who was awaiting trial, to J south Australia, and the children on
inteataey would succeed either to pere
aonalty or realty if South) Austrailia.
Oa the motion of the Acting Diree P But fa Eagland the children were
legitimate for the arpone of succeed:

Bi 7 and iligitimate for
the purposé of # ing to realty.

dthat fhe position
today lo Trinidad. If a person hav-
lag an English domicile had married
his deceased wife's sister and died in-

bond so far ae realty
rice of six for one } subject dealt with under the ordinance | was cuncerned they would be reganled:
shilliog ‘each ticket entitling the | was a very serious and {inportant one, | as ileg timate, that would descend
holder to the same privilege aa if he | as all tueasures affecting domestic rela- | to the
id the maximum fare. Whe- [| tions must be, And if itwers & case
fe Innovation does not inter | of introducing, an innovation In the
‘ intended ta | law of the L:

be given to the public of distribut: { much more hesitation than he had at
among members of their house: { present in laying before the Council
le tickets from each set of | the reasons why the measure should

of their fathers, He had: statal the
situation in the way in which he
thought it was clear that sume chan
ought to be made, or rather, to put Eqnizht almost cali devi
{t another ware there was a stron,
tachange ought to
ale, unless there were serious
reasous against the draft ordinance ‘
being passed into law, He hadso far § which what was really i
only dealt with the argument as
teaded to raisethe presumption in
tavour of the Hill, but of course it was
perfectly open to honourable members § be re-opened where * th
Uo advance any such argument asf which satisfies the Cor
they Ubought roperon the other side
fis learned friend the
Acting Solicitor General had just ro-
ape be had vot
made it clear that the Act which wag
(ollowed in the draft ordinance wat § are exceasive.” Now, tb
no England two or three years £ Con beol
fgonthe Act VIL of | Edward Vii. @ chive gvae poke
Aad Sousequently, if the Council con-
t

be

The Acting Solicitor General second:
od, and the ordinance was read a eec-
ond time and committeed. On re-

ts
reading and became law without

Excellency said he noticed that
several unoficlal members were awa
Unoficlal side preferred not, to pro
anoulllag the niarrlage with Queen ance he would dos iton the athe

It was the general opiuion that the
ordinance should be read ag second
time and leftin committee, so that
any desired amendments thereto could

THE MONEY-LENDING ONDINe
ANUE,

The Attorney-Geuerat In moving the
second reading of an Ordinance re
fating to money-lending, sald, there
wife's sister) should be § was po measure with regard to which
inance [ableolutely void. But for reasons { there had been wiore varying opinion

which he dld pot propose to lay before | than that question of usury, [t wae
the Ovuncl, apparently it was laid Fancaily weakness of people to be
down in the Hecesiastical courts § aauilonis, bocause, be thought, coupled
which for some three centerics dealt J with profuund pronouncements | on
with queetions of mairiage in Kugland | theo ogicsl! dogmas by the early
even after the Refopmation—thet | Counc of the Church, they were
proves the fmarriages between a deceased wife's I largely en,
tems of ex- | sister and the husband. were not vold | question of usury. They started fint
the Estimates | but voidable, and only voldableby a | of all by prohiivting
of the Ban Fernando Water Author- [decree of the Cousistoiial Court in
ity for ghs year 1910}

oo c ou”

Telephone Rent

aged Ju dealing with that

the | tracts on th rt ft clerin end”

e je of ¢

life time of the parties Ho that they | gradually they vent on w “To fortat
tl

pro-
‘here
of imairlage, had | was, however, onl thivsather curisne
h lo with regard to the
inedreval lawy of usury and that was
thatthe Jows were “exewpted from
sts operation with thie siugular lini
tation. that they inust not charge
more than OO percent, That cooditivn
uf affalrs wae all very weil so long as
ite was wore or Jess agricultural and
were legitimate, He thought that said { there were no great tradlog or in:
duvtilal concerna, But, with the

increase of trading that began in the
existed for wormethlog like over three | fudor period, It was found necassary

eation of the princ#
Supe ete
could pot
no real freedom fe ihat
mat who was at sterva’
the matt who could simp

































































There were alao persone whose f and not lend hie mo: ‘
marriages had not been dissolved and
whose chiktren were lared to be :
logitinate, It wag not to be surprised | were extreme views on bap
at,[hat almoet immedistely on the | he thought everybody cis
passing of Lord Lyndhoret’s Act,a [that there were ver:

rey,
many foolish (hings bad
both aides of the qt

“I indeed attendant o
uplimited exactlon ,of
lenat, that was the view #
widereyt inn England, and @

hs i
MONEY-LENDING 0g

daending Act of 190,

(é wonls from the
Commission that be “wad
bring to the notice of &@
because =the sre
which was pre red not
of sentimentalista, but by
men of world, men of a

(" After carefully cons!
dence which hes beagl
“regard to particular
“and the general ,

“ opinions of persona sa
“to form a judgment ag
“Hawkios, Sir James
“thew {whom he di a
knew was the first judge
cial courte Ip England sage
ablest lawyers of the dag

* County Onirt Judge
“tee have unhesitatiagy
“conclusion that

“is uctlye of crime,
“unfale advantage ev
“tore of the borrower, eal
“the borrower's familly
and other scrious fh
“commanitys .

* And, although youra
{sstlsfied that the ay
“times honestly cond
“of opinion that only in 4
**a person benefitted Me
*talned from a profe:
“*tender and that the eq
“vtpon the system far

cheeeys therefore,
there is urgent need f
“sition of the Legislature

see the § *t? removing the evil*4

Gi

Phat there were a great

OORRIETe oF
mentioned there which @
within the purview of th
It was not enough to
who was charged esto
might have the smoug
hecest. reduced 7

8¢ § showed that an ingen

& § displayed in obtaining i
other pames, and ¢

therefére, that all

were used, uoder

it ibe charged sithough

sas given to it. The 0@
not only that the tren

terest charged In reapect
tuuly lent ie excessirem
where "the amounts ch
penses, Inquiries, fines,
minm, (renewals or ap

with regard to those
was sure that the cri

¢ passing of the ordinauce 7
they were simply bringing the local glade, not beceuss It w :
law Into the same condition as the § that very considerable #

were given tothe Cour?
transactions and no Ug
own within which
open them, The an
thls: that you could
down any Umits at
Vanite must peceesarily
the different circus
particular case. The
intereat was high woul
satily render the
uestion under this O

it must beexcessive, %

hand they would Ike to with interest as, bavi
ter Princess Mary, But Menry Il Lithe wae quite pre do sa, fi tv as, bavi
betng almost German in his thorough: | would howyrer ben the ylews of ths “Court to atte 0

such that ifall the
been known to the ¥
parties had been On a:
meeting, the tran 4
have been entered inte
3) per’cent on
utterly extortionate to
while, on the other hagm
cnsea which were essifg
where a_ man Jent
ent which not yea
alf thea riek
io making that loan.
that reason that no at!
made fo this Ordin
the Umite which wee
Court tand he did not a
be appealing to deaf eae
that in the maln one
leaving matters of di
Courta. He beld no jw
the fofallibility of the Uagy
thought they could
Courts thet'In the 5
being men of commonly
tered the law with
commonsense fashion,
the community where
are concel are Pp
leaving matters of that
discretion of the Uourte. 2M
Was one matter w g
ied ttacy suo
efmight say #0, 0 i
Was one element 41 tae
wasicdiiferest fons
The English Act toerely
prospective transctlge 7
retros ve. naan
Pe RETROSPKCTI E

loterest, and, with that wort. ot alte end hed been made 50 9%
conn ous objection ta any Interest at
which was full of historical (uterest, Pal which had prevailed ‘in wedleval

able attention had bees "
vides of tae 0 a how, 7
pat the %
woud be i dhe Ack, wet
retri ve 5
and even jn the short
been here he bad expe
fect, -that thle prache
lendlog at wet ae aos
which was a
the conupunity, sod if theses

the "ace hed come tt

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CIN THREE QUALITIES, PRICES +—72e, $1.20, $144 BACH Smith Bros & Co.—7 Frederick Street, N.Bi~-HOIOR CARS for Hiveat MODERAIE RATES,

; ‘ ' KITCHENER BRITISH AGENT IN Aug, deSouzave T. M. Iucus~Onler » O8 Toe Wroxe Sive-Conatable Ma
> . - Lancashire Insurance U0 Tord Kitchener ‘bas Seen gazetted as] hay 83 monthly frem August lat, pard charged Lewls Tait with driving 6
W- a Nn | Nn FIRE & LIFE w | Beltish Agent tn Feeypt vice the late Sle p yatee oe dabitctts Sag ee ON eo | Trine Bane RT Pee, haa 8 tent ak

don G . lebtor’s offer, . ny
. will tamale moreimportant nithiaditer | Trnidad Shipping aud Trading Coy, | £2.keeP Ms piule and care on the lett
; j SoW Marowo 1N 40K — ent title and a Larwer salary. The Ration” \s w; Wi Weeks.—Adjour ned gen: alde fr Bros inay A fue ofS shillings
says eners appotninent ls a} Crally. CoNverixa — in
. co ton to dir Fldon Gorst lei _ : E lor Eversley
S g 6c ORH I 2) | ROYAL INSVRANOE COMPANY, Ltd. The natives wil construe it ane Challenge | Interns ot Weleareattor ee Teer | charmed Jellaby, an East Jrullan, with sone
| HX 8.5. “NORE HIM” |pitds meson 212.000.000| LES mM, | fat eStecla"sriistc ets |r tere een | Seebento recast tae
— . auch confidence in Hritish benevolence a9 Adjourned for thrve weeks, w F not aplity. ane, oe cant weld I ‘amatals
| 1 . Hee dy at i jororae’ . a a eo
TROMIMOBILA Aln, NSURANOES effected against SE een eer ate MP. For* | Mile —Hxztended fur four weeks, Station saying thet he had arrested him
3 1 E ET S E L ECT L toss ot damage, by Fire on § A FR § Me. Trott Noes clectadt Joha Banstteld valtausy Chi letopher, fig Yagrancy while he was trying to pawn
F ED Buildings and contenta of Ware- _ Mr, Timot ealy faa been slected for | —Adjourned generally, | defendant to account for th
. North Eaat Cork unopposed. Idem ova Wilham Ford. —Onder to for them and he said
51,000 : houses, Offices, Shop, and Store SHOUTING, * E pay $1.59 per mouth from Augunt Tet | were Hieltg ron elect tary dy easel

The shooting for the Mackinnon Chal- Davidson & Todd va T. J. Baldwin. ~
lenge Cup at Bisley resulted in the ] Onterto pay wuole amount by instal-

1
following order :- Canada 1,541, Ingland
1,500, Ireland, | Scotland, New’ Zenland, mentsof 61.60 ,nonthly from August

Tunapuna. Complaiuant then sommunt-
tated with the Tanapuna Police an
from what they told him he arres!

ALL HEART [Samer'?""""! Motor Car.





8 ® Gar ‘Sonth Africa and. India ( Ist . defendant. Defendant told ‘is Woreht
PROMPT ANS EQUITABIE SETILE- THEIRS WISIT EO HEL AND, Irs - a tit tomerree (Wedneadeyy tortor es
‘ ) MENT APPLY Both OrrOsITt PANTIES. Peet CITY POLICE COURT. tlte witnesses, Ho waa detained in £15
ote or Dal ble ton Peete ae C1 UARRELLING=N.

or Louse DMajoetica ' successful pratt ne? fs Jreland. Before Mr, G.C. Deane, 8.3.2. ot LR aT Lise Noga, Choon _fhoon

% - e Acents STEPH EN S Ltd thete Teception ‘aliows fgralty without ~— Monday. By Gonstable AWilllamas with quarreling a
@ | Home Rule; dnd the Tibersis contend that {A Deunkexs Woman. -Constable Nar James. They were each fined 10s. or

. ' Inshmen were cordial because they ex- | tale charged Sussua Jayne with having seten days,

SMITH BROSAND co t the retour which King Geo been drunk and ‘disoriterly at Town Coun changed Albert Gana oe bora tnt

ntimated will be the oadsion of the [| cile btreet, on 1th July. She pleaded
Spent of an fish Parliament fu J gullty and on consiction a fine of 10s. oF
abhinn, | Z . : seven days waaim: .
ERANCE AND GERMANY-AND Oustrecrion.— Kanban was summoned
ENGLAND. by Sergeant Holder for cau'dng an
There ls same uncasinesa over reports | obstruction by placing a box of cakes on
from Berlin that the Morocco conversas | the fuctpath at South Quay. He was
tions may reach a settlement with Drance ¢ Hoed 20 or live days.
without compensations to Logland. A Amayita- Town Corporal Quashie
Berlin communtgue says that Jerr Von | charged Joseph Auitermon with asswultiing:
Kiderlen Wachter has requested M. fand besting Kliza Rattan at Laventille
Comiun to postpone further discussions Pla, Mr. Ublzaola appeared for the
uatilthe return of the German Colonial | defeudant. The Corporal sald defendant
Minister, who is travelling In England, | quarrelied with the woman and wasted
when Colonial questions will be conus! | tostrike ber, He watned defendant aud
dered. . despite bis warning defeadant cuifed the
HERMUDANS BEAT AMERICANS AT f{ woman in bly wessnia. Defendant
CIICKET, alleged that he been rebuking the
The Bernudans beat All Philadelphia | womaa with whom be had been ibaa

entering onthe Oth June, the dwellin
house at St, Anus of Eloise Wililams an
atealing farniture and clothing. Defene
dant was arrested at La Brea on Sature
day last. Me was remanded In £50 ball
with a surety.

Lan ENy OF $810, Albert Nestor
charged Albert Willams with the larcen
as abailesof $4100 May], on the 8
Vincent Jetty, Defendant pleaded pot
pros « Complainant isa talley clerk on

the ©. pay defendant was at fone
time the Stewanty boy. .0a the date
mentloned tomplatnant seid he gave him

10 to tuy three boxes of aosp from

Iston’s for him and from that day he
never saw defendant again untll Sunday
night after he waserresed. Complainant
had to leave for Tot with the "Spey"

FOR SALE BY cue momnuse, |THE STORES.

; Porvet LECRAMS.
Me Téoifad Shipping & Trading Company, Ld, | = rai Fe

Wl we Panama Telegraph Company
H RE SH. SANDOWN PARK RACES,
h a London, July 17th,
[The TRINIDAD LINE of STEAMERS Pandown Lark, oo Rede wee Yon ty

The race for the Milipse dbtakes at
- Por GRENADA, TRINIDAD and DEMERARA, Carrying Through ‘“Temberg nd, end Mr. L. de tothe
Freight for Tobago and Ciudad Bolivar. OWAGER DUCHEES OF DEVON:

D
> SHIRK OVERCOME UY HEAT AND
; FROFOSREYD SAILING VDAERS, 1211. The death Is aunnonved of the Dowager
Duchess of Devonshire who was overcome
| bythe hoatat Sandown Park Races aud



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od by six runs. for the past olne years when the {Corporal [ 44,
5 8 : °3 s ° ° 2s never recovered conaciounnens, BALS, THAMES COMIS TODAY. Tf totertered unnocensarily threatening toklck the unger thd defondentooe ietine ne
f un E oe f ¥ S a NEW ANGLOJAPANESE TREATY, TRINIDAD CORONATION CON him and used abusive reruarkea to biti | turned, he reported the matter to” Us
STEAMERS, : £ B 8 4 §8 Ee PUBLIC OPINION THEREON, TINGENT RETURNING. the Corporal adiaitted that he may | {arbour Constalutary, Defendant esl
AE LSS LAE ALT AE LAE 1S | eye Spe [See emer te sete | nat en eet tg fata St ee eat | shah atl. fetta
“ ——— | m 01 vi a FO ¥0! pe
. Treaty of Alliance to’ constitute that of | arrived 6a, leaves for Trinidad about Ths Le te tee obudked "him and | pot 1 bien he was not certain of setarae
owe of Granapa”|July 8] Jaly 10] July 14] July 22) July 24) Joly 2 Ang, & 1003, “Section four bas bven modified in | 2.0) pr, Paxsengers Mensre Gittens (2) | wmnck bim on the head with a stick. | ing before the time came for the phip to
ARACAS” July taj July duly 27 Aug. 6 | Avg, 0) Aug. 16 accordance with the telegram of the Lith, | Taylor, Catherall, Malngut (2), Modougal, [iy rendant slapped the woman because | jeave, He | was pot hiding
Caown or NAVARRE’ July 24) Aug. 3) Aug. 1) Augsh Avg, 6 —-¥ — and sections 3, 5 and 6 regarding Korea | Wright, Woodwand, Devanoy, Saville, Ane he satd she was tire cause of the Corporal | aj) this time, bug had ¢ his
PSnrnapa” Aug. 4} Aug, 12] Aug, 12 Aug, 24| Aug. 20] bept. 2 and the Ruselan war ouit The gurting Wiliams, Benners, Urnves, York having chucked him. Defendant was | eraployment. | Mis Worship ett
Peows or Gaanapa’| Ang. 15 ‘Aug. 23] Aug. 24 hept, Be Bpeedy moditication of the treaty has Pail ps, Adatns, Dishop, Davidson, New: [ sined am, or fourteen dayh—lle waa next defendant bad bees iziven the money end
ton, Mra. Hogers, Bir. aud Mra, Buoell, | charged with absaulting the Corporal. | sent bim to prison for three weeks,

+ le
Gol. Johnston, Hey. Hastgate and Farully, | ( Reged thatuhen he
bergeants Mekinery, eoagats Tienly, Complainant sent’ helatter kiked and







8 pe. 14
‘Manicas” ‘Aug. 25 Sept. 2 Sept. 3 Sept, 14 Sept. | Sept. 23 @surprive, and It is undermtood
' LOW OF Navarre” Sept al Bebe 13] Sept. 18 bebt. au Ovte 4 \ to be largely he resultof the Australians
ezeaps” dept. 12] Sept. 20 Sept. #1 Octs 9} Oct, 41 Oct. 31 views expressed at the Imperial
Sept te Oct, ¥f ‘ .
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own oF (imanaDa"| Sept. 22 ix. 1 Conference. The Foreign Oftice publishes | Headley, Brierley, od Bins, Moreve 3, Defendant was fined 30s, of
anacaa” Ocke | Out. 11 Oct iz Oct. 24) Oct, Zl Nov. 2 notesextending fof twoyears: Article 5 | andbon. . batted hina. ae more ils Worship told PRICES CURRENT.
POTN OF Navarre’) Oct. 13) Oct. 21} Out. ZI Nov, 3} Nov, It of the Anglovapanese “Treaty of 1804, —— the Corporal hedid uphold hls conduct in
@acxapa” of Oct, 21 Ort, M8) Oct, A}, Nov, 1] Nov, 21] Nov, 18 xanting favourel nations conditions DISTRICT COURT. ualng uncalled for remarks to defendant, "Ta 1kh 171
OWN oF Guaxapa’| Oct, 31) Nov, ¢} Nov. 13 Nov, 21 Nov, 2 4, MABINE SQUARE. between Je a aud Canada tho Fewult of M wiles Ase Corpors) he oaghe to pave knows NEW yor IY wly 16h
» - ir JUTE SF uest, at eo — ~—| math was then C q Imperial Conferruve, that any Dominion | Before Mr, Commissionér C, P. David, Detbere athe ‘Corporal in the execution | PIOUR s
Tux Trixinap Sarrisc anv Traine’ Co.. Lrn.—New York and Trinidad; Phone 184 atoull Le fres to withdraw from any Movxpay. of his daty. Quashle nald while he and| lended Clears for .
amris, xan & (0,—Urenadsas Vookix Buos, 1cConsant, & Co., Ltp,—Demerara Imperial Treaty, without iupalring the |: ADJOURNED SUM MONEEH, ‘Anderson Were wreatliug Hagnath came nce pee barrel ve $5.00
M ng the remainder of the] Naseb Abdelnoo v Fred, Lockhart. - | upand held him. Itwas then Andeson [| Mf *
pitiadried por bei ove = 93.90)98.202.50
1

Onder in tersas of dlebter's offer, twok the opportan ty thus afforded bim

btephen's Limited, ve J, A. Lasselle, | to use bla fect and head upon bins Hay

nath, for whom Ar, Chigszola alsa appeared, New Season's per br!

reer es Papi. ths Teeaty will be eneetine
OR RENT—FURNISHED. |B O RN N ? g immediately for 10 years, bir Edward
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Grey bas received numerous congratula- Adjourned 4 weeks, i ’
tlons but comment is divided alung the | "Zs admitted the Interference not with w eavy Meas por bri. MWpsnyia
ELA WZ -OTA.? EOoOvU se ines of oplaiqn freardioy the Arbiteatton Adnreting Tara te Chas. 8, Ttene.— view to cause the other man to (realst) sucag 1 96 per cent x7 ,
Om HA mt GOCORXTD,) G4, Queen Street, Horning Post” remaris. that any | , J» itobeiro, va Henry Belmar.—Onler | Bub, Wunause be WOO tuttog | Daty ald. oe SLYOISLES
; , Dreet ‘ha dis power Intending to attack either Ally | in terms of debteru offer. aud he went to neparate them, the last DMnseoveda 0 per cent
Hpaaraiieseatire view of ibe Gulf contefost—Drawirg rocm, 3 bed roome, diay | HIGH ART ENGRAVER, BXPERT | vont wake ane atvitration treaty wit Wilson's (CL & T) TAmited, ve Hob | panect being his friend. A witness was uty ald ore GATS! $73 .
g tom, large Gallery avd out odices, WATER LAID ON aod (PHONE IN. JEWRLRY REPAIRER. the other Ally and this procedure would | ert Warren.—Adjourned 3 weeks, called forthe defence who gave it as her MOLAS st 1 my
ALLE D~—Aleo Carriage Hoad—Apply 11 Tragasets Hoad—-P HONK 375—~14th May, e be a prallable, tf siither Ally wluhed io Jos. A. Lompres va 1. M, Celestin,— ] linpression that defendant nlerfered for eke ; Leland Bets. DON:
5 eof ” eo new treaty. | 5. sous he al e formed tha! x i N LONDON:
* = Other papers generally praise the rreut, Bajue oo otrldband ys Frabcle A, Tipreewton fram the manner he went Blaty Days Gizht oe G84 3-8) 4A SS
. . while doubting the wisdorn of continulog | Cuthbert,—Samo onler. aboatit, Ula Worsbip sald nobody hal « cook . . ooq ABH) 4.808
Oe Tee a eowariin, | Js Hillivo va Mf. Alexla.—Fine 2, {a } right to Interfere at all when a Gouste | COU a uyaial pay
KeuloAmerican Attatration Treaty ao] Jefault J weeks iniprisoninent. Vite sep final him 80 abillings LIVERroot.

f of friendebip for both natlons, Idem vs A. DeSouza, ~ Dismissed, | yitn the alteraative of w montha’ fie

‘ON:
Biddling Upland per fb,
ng Upland per hTks

french and Gerwan comment re Medium Fine bea

Anil St Taus ve Sans, Woekn—Ade prisonaent.
Journed one week. Ataxurp House Beaaxina | ann

‘ AngloJapanese relation, as weik wr +
RICHARDSON AND SELWAY. mote ctheprrioal and “eeg’prectoal Bache pianetield ve IL OIE, Price.~ Tekpe wey — Cor poral | Pulppa ch paris?" tb Nom, 14
. fticial a HH er, w aking and enterr
: es attitude towards arbitration a more Good wille fe Witwn nm iu. Cado ina ie dri houne at Hint Cumana Ligutes Three per cent. 9470) 94.70
. cord : y ALM. er if terme of debtors offer, | of Wellington Parks e
SEES OUR FREDERICK STREET WINDOW CUSTOMS CONVENTIONS DETWEEN or mkalawan ve Faul Joeph.—Coor | Aneit wh nud July 22th and stealing — July 15h [ely t6ch
‘LPOR— Ttatifcations of the Customs Con gplttet 7 days suspended till August, therefrom ie wpe anid that be “foun aUGARt LONDON -*
VERY STECIAL VALUE wonecithanged cubalariay a banbng wiew su ona defindant, vearion, b Ceanel shirts ong | "Demerara Crpetale ‘
oINeow effective Yo Dr, 3% Ie Poblonale ve Constable | oni s ‘telt bat and a pale of drawers perowt LY6-16/3/0/0- 16/3

Wateon.—Debter to be, summoned to | were slso found Io bie possession whih

tng
show cause he admitted havfug taken faom the place Terms per owt 200-114)1Q9-100

WASITENGTONS GRATIFICATION.
AW German Heot, tt percent

MENS; NEGLIGE SUIRTS asbingtom deepetch au:
J yethe dtate Ident ova Louis Singutopette.— } th question, hot be aaid, he told the
“ the frigualy counmuuioating cy the hows Orler in terns of debtor’s offer, wer that he bad takea thei, The ease Behera Ar one 1 lupo

Idem awed tt Hichardson—Ad- ] wasthen remanded to the 2th Instant ers, Vila perowt, oy MOISG gs

fourned defendant being beld fn £uv bal) with es
Agatha Ford vs Constable 3 Sprine | surety.

ger.- Adjournal one week, AmatiTing A ConetapLx — Joha
Bolas 1 ve Nathan Falwards— 10. taarged with assaulting

was
! bo: de ltomain while lu @teoution
Peter te show cause for pon-ay of Lis duty at dt. Wines (Pha on the

as beneficial lo the United States mjually
with Ite dimatoricn and promot!
universal welfare, ve of

RNOMOTE FRIENDSHIP

| RICHARDSON AND SELWAY, Merle AMlenuO EN ALaN

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. Randebal ye Calleberan,~ Disaiesed, | th ivetant Ovoiplaloant sail defen Digcount Kate $ per cent cent
TORTOFSPAIN & PHINCESTOW 0” ace delnicttomneattamaaneunce |” Hleneicita Legal vw Chailee labeoes | att wageneot & amnd ct peroue ube | OUNROT | mat

, fudtually, between Japan and the United | ~Adiourned ona week, feuiale conpartuswat of the publis latrine. [General Petruleuns 19.0163 120-160/9

‘ tent e by educational procnses; the] JOePht. DeSouza va LN. Placide. | ify wid thean away awd defers Guapo O/—126/ 8103
jeadere of thought la, each — coun- | Adjourned 3 weeks. J coat ‘ough pfs, Defendant dented the Petroleum Options LD
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which he was forced to incur through the them, yt he could say that Mr,
Departujent of Trinidad by the Surgeon ners! will ho longer be entrusted with | kind to him, He was not # man give
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me ot atl — ‘q
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Se a . wee tren ‘Tendesvaured to his downfall | for tbeir ai yr
A CAYT 1 THE “ARCSSY'S COMMENTS Mare echeclaliy ax RR fates has | ee ees y, Mind expremions, | Ie. re
» Shah. bert THE CASE R CLARE virtuslly inatructed Governor Le Hunts | outade looking in, but he had another n
" . to nase a money vote La hie favour inorder I viewpoint, He aald that each of phe
” a — to“ make up for the beary attain which
. . Wa take the following from the
t- a
: ~ . . . Intereeting ¢ hf the heere! & of the Commissi 4 the | Heath had done him more good than,
7 —OF— yoy fb owe of State . rilog the nding ot the Cour poo tare adoy ted.* Bat on the larger { he had done the rest. He could not
General, Dy, Clare, Tested by the the discharge of those duties tmpurhd by
ublic opinion in the taland: ha reflected the Quarantioe Conrentlon with Teepect (2 ean teRIDeS tut he could, mot

7. 1 . < ~ 1
} . . THE PORT-OF SPAIN GAZETTE TUESDAY. JULY. 18.191),
= [preceding speakers had spoken of
Demerara * 7 of Joly 2th pay antfy bits" foe theveepelin The gue
1 \ mission w. Heh Investiza Led evaliegations f aspect of the eratton: itis not a little Penamerate the various ways lo whieh
. ‘ cy be oo
* FE : t - Frthe desision of the Comintaston, it does | quarantinable disceses, So may the ad.
. res eve not appear tobe inthe interest of the
: ‘ a ynbllo service that Dr. Clare. should
* -
*



ere? id Nes
< < ¢
3 = copae
a \ 1 Uy bins "for th Chat Mir. Heath had done
. We putiish elsewhere the tert of an ras forced t oi cagh the
wv v aqalost the administrationof the Kledical atifying to know that (he Suargeon | fir, Heath had helped him and been
folning colonies that are parties to the jestitying ia & public manver bis great
Sontinue to admiifinter Ita medical arta! In its eMeacy andin the Rood faith of |. The Rev, 1.3, Heath tn rep! sald
chie

Jonvention feel «# little more confidence heea to Mr. Heath, :
avhe is evidently a man impatient Trinidad and on the redthat it was on the one hae very
o7 ttion, peculiarly combat! re and ee ennced the hatecinent may Yous embarrassing to listen to the yarious

In"tae be remored, remarks vf the epeakers, but at the
same time [t was very encouraging.
ie felt that pervonally he did not

1 a inh t th tha’
FAREWELL SERVICES. OF REV, | dererve al fh opel things, that were
EDWIN J. HEATH, B.A, | sto bie duty, ile ain toll them be
. ty new ww:
. MORAVIAN MINISTER. would “bo ite accor at Hetinont
=o "0
seemed imperatively ° a ierand tn neil Varewell eervices were the " onder of not know. On the previoup evening

of Dr, Clare, That would have ‘meant | the day” in the City Moravian | he had recelved # letter from Bishop
the transfer of the controlling executive | Churches last Suoday, ¢ occasion | Vreider but it did not say who his

a
. ’ . porer from Downing Street, to Fort-of- | being the depatture for Antigua on | successor would be, only. that he
pain, andsach @ thing has not been ‘Tneals 1h Jostant of the Rev. | should go ta Antigua to (ake char
HOR, S.A TY. concelved Ly even the moat ardent | Fdwin J, Heath, UA,, sentor intaister | of bprlng Ganteus Church = at St
. >

Political reformer in the island. Walle | of that persuasion, ‘Mr, Heath wha|John's, and that he would hare to
it. ‘

ry

SAI in st il Some. Silla aah

Bo pte
cn rdabiiter Abadi YR tas wk em, niall

260 Bugs No, ‘1 NAGRA RICE. 3 .
150 ,, BEST QUALITY YELLOW DHOLL -

50 Drums Mustard Oil,
50 Cases SARDINES, ~ Henrietta.”
May S1st—3m,

deficient t but from Downlag
Street comes for tim an sbeolation as
wanallo: as !¢ is eurprisiog. “To our

talnd the decision of the Secfetary of

t * ‘
. eye e | .
‘ ' State can only '4 justified on th 4
: of high policy? Met prohably it has been
: . though Improdent te confirm the jud
. ment of the Socal Commission, w Heh,
though not accompanied by any recom
. | fmendation of a

——
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|= STRONG.

JUST TO HAND
2 Baby Goctze Grand Plancs in Solld Mahogany,

nh the findings of the Commission Dr, ‘
Clare's honest vocally | haa laboured hert for thd past seven J conditct the work of the Female
fmpugned, ‘and bas eet heal cally years, hae succecded Ja winving: hot | College thera
unly the affection of those of bis own | The service, which fasted almost
connexion, but alsa the esteein and | two hour was brought to a con.
will of every other Protestant | cluston by the rendering of “ God be
jemonioation, thorongh gentle | with you (Il we meet ayain,” when
man, courteous, obliging and deferen | there ‘were few dry eyea ln the cou
tlat, it was pleasant, always to come in | gregation,
contact withhiin, To say that Port Mr. Heath's energies we would



. ‘ sth .
emt aS ~ arent hers” ayahe for to agree that ‘ia various respects
(Guarantee of Germination Given); | Pa essdgd mprperty in this matter,
. documents which hada bearingon the
anior oMcer's defence and which it waa

ie duty to forward to the Governor,”
and while be waa found most reluctant to



MUSE Instruments are specially made for this climate and

* . tell the true state of affsira with re re ted Ww. ae co! to
. PPLY T . pect to outbreak lage of-Spain will be the pooter for tha loss [ remark, were not Hinited to his own Hent touch, au exquisite tone, aud guaran-
. . A L eo [Bands atte ab Toe tae if in the of the eervices of thie gentleman, } Church, ‘lle was Secretary of teed foleee 2 years. nee ee 4 + De



cally responsible for the wwould not be stating the case toofibe Trluidad Auxillary of the

‘ Preat and, Dolding, apparently, ony strongly, Mr, Heath iea yous man [ British and Foreign Bible Suctety,

het . notification of a case of ‘quaran | of great promise, and ttiehoped inthe | for the past five years, a posi.

: \ Unable disease would be tatamount to] years to come he wil! fulfil alt the | tiun which he held with great

sduinston of carelessness of incapacity, opes that are entertained for hing credit to himeelt and to tha Society,

\ ’ the Secretary of btates reaches the deli Mr. Heath took the HM o'clock ser | ile waa aloo Primary Department

$ e a OF | leat fem g a that there wan casuti | vice at Hone fll and the 7 o'clock ser | Secretary of the local Teranch of the

. we . . Javestigation into the Surgeon General's vite at St. Barb's --the latter being his } International Sunday School Asesocla-

tonduct, This being #0 Dr. Clare is being | O78 church--both of which took on Allon, He alsa started four years
wént back to the colony “ with the aseut:
ance that after most searching inquiry

the claracter of ‘*a farewell,” ago the “Moravian Church News”*
J
Po rt ~ of-S Ppa in. nothiog has been proved against bla per

Also 1 UPRIGHT BRINSMEAD GRAND PIANO Style X2, ‘
Tals. iustrument we will sell ata big dlecount for cash or on easy
system,



ee

.
1 SOLID NAHOGANY PLEYEL PIANO very little used
A bargain 40 a cash purchaser.

~~



afternoon at 8 o'clock that farewell { azine learn, it js sto be |

addresses ade, Rey. W. J. 1; ed ti “ ~
Sausd'end tho dice, Jet Weise’ of | feats tata te ere tet a eee For 10 days on'y you can Bay at these Prices















But it was at the Love-Feast In the Ja heway., well edited, Ntle mag: 1
¢
sonal bononr or against his ability {u bis

vy

~{ profession.” At most and in only one

7 Yr

toslar bas Mr. Harcoust, who eays he { Tobago were down on the programme Tobago. We juin with all of Mr, and



a
fear . me tg roted much attention” to this {to address the meeting, but through | Mra, Heath's’ filends ia wishin UATHOS at Tc. and $1 MANDOLINE at $2 and $2.40,
Fr * 19thgJune, 1911. : ngbect of the question, aren iit to a tit, | eome reason or other, theluttergentle- | them a eafe and pleasant Yoyage to | IOLINS at $120 and $1.63 | FLUTES at Os, and 72c,
‘ eriticiam offered by Lhe gondnets ap ‘athe man did not ariive in Trinidad, hence J Antigua, and the accomplishnjent of GENUINE SPANISH QUITARS at $1.44 and $200,
— — isofthe mildest description. This is {n | Sir, Maund was the only speaker, much good in that Istand, ‘







3 Mr. Maund in eulogising Mr. Heath
‘ . . @ ’ * remarked that hie words ever had in
a one of the medical stat to the Governor, | them the true Apostolic ring, and that

“ Cw and theSurgeon General fs let oft with | be was a man who evident] gave hie

the remark that he merely committed an f con; ation all that he had yot from
- , error ofjudgment. Wut Mr. Harcourt ts God fhe further-sald he had brought
not concerned alone in sbeolving the f some notes from which to epeak, but



respect of his omisslon to furward certain
papers in connection wiih the case of

at

(Before the Appeal Court), ‘Phone 446. 21 Fred. St.

3rackenreed v, Lloyd.
(Before Mr. Juatice Swan).

TO-DAY'S ‘couRT UST. THEPIKO =o STRON WAREHOUSE.
: Ue



Surxeon General of Trinidad. He turns [he bad been led to choose ‘another Basnvricy.
. yy, :
—OF— Bpevane Czmrtelon aad il te Ridings | theme lie apoceun the retiation, of on Juamist. Se '





Ry Menry Aphoy, debtor, ce parte

% ¥ Autantand Company eruitoms (LAMPORT AND HOLT LINE OF STEAMERS

reasca the opinion that “it would have} the intwelling of God's split, Me

+ ¢ “ N \ ? BO r OR poet better if an independent medical | @oimuadverted on such thinga as pro:
x H M expert had been inted as ¢ { the | miscuous preaching by those who had
HN SIG: aL + mewn bera of tho? x tumiseion. and he not the vision of Gad,” those who had











doen not hesitate to-say that. it 1 fefluite spiritual experl- VIA_ BARBADOS TO NEW YORK.
—AND=— hit to Dr. oe to elect Commision eutce isolated qi hat the oes THE MOTOR CAR NUISANCE. sauilive Datenm—19e11. 3
. posed of members who were Ista in the work r tha express pur- 9 Poh.
fal an ta Poker aya re | poe changing mensliv Ot giving | To 4M lor gf i Portof Spain Bueawens Leava Taurtpan, | Austra New Yous,
*, 0 ¥ | te ny ° _—~——| ——
" the benetit of she Governor who appatated | sovitug thelr fect ia thevigat difection. | ear Str,—Tha aiticlein the Gast |TENNYBON ne Jaly su S108 j
— apparently, nee the neod ofthe eee tie told them that if they did not | of tunday’ relative to the motor cur VABARL tee see August... 3rd
q plored to. On the other hand, we do | exertan influence for good upon their | nuisance handive the question from a | BYRON... “ tee ase Auguste. Slet
hot rewember that the person whose f Deighbuurs round about them; if the | reasonable point in many ways and VOLTAIRE : we oe Bept. a 3rd >
-—-AND— ponduct of the medical aitairs of the | peuple on that bill-side were not better | pornta out wou of the iu pdrtant needs | TENNYSON a Rept. |. Sle
fsland was the aubject of Inquiry request: | people becausg the Moraviaus Mved jin prutecting pleon the highways ERDE . “ * . 3rd Z
ed Lhe presence of 8 medical expert onthe [among them, then it“ would bye | and thoroughfares, but there are other to waaay os oe 3



phases which may be unseen by the

that they were not getting the
person who is not constantly using Kirst, Second & Third Clare Accommodation

good which Mr, Heath sought to incul-

DAYLIGHT LOADING FILMS. \eioete dats







cate both from his pulpit ministratio & motor car,
ghlection at the tine, | Tals, however, aud by bis Work! among them} an Thave motored more than 14,000 For rates of passage money and all further infcrmation, apply to
matter, but the Secretary of dtate § the St. Barb's Church therefore bad no | smiles in Trinidad. Have been fottue
barges tbe Commission” with bay. | busines4 on that hill, dle pressed [ nate in vo far avolding accidents, but GEO, R, ALSTON & co,
SO I 1 Ey A GH N f I ’ TOR ing perpetrated Jedwood fustice or § home the thought that if they were to | it has been impressed upon me that Bhipping Department.
something very like it, He atates that | Lecume good, strong, vigorous, chileti- | the situation could be materially reme- Txteruong No, 182. A "

ost Dr. Clare in fan men and women, they must prow {died for the pedestrian, cartinan

‘HOUGHTONS, e LTD., LO ND ON. the tes tative Gone! are not those on | trate themselves Lefuie the Throne vf J ant motorist. Tarn —-_f

whith the Commlasion reported, “On the Urace, aud plead daily for a rich in- Jt is the correct thing ta require a

contrary”, be polnts out, “the Commis- i ly Sphit. chauifeurto hare a license, which may 7
ied dwelling of Gods Holy Spit be granted bim upon his quahfications
belong upto a guod staudani, If he °
aid able, competent and careful and

sion decided to hear the evidence first, and After the singlog of a hymn, Mr.
holds a license this should ba an ttemn

ES RS
tT 5 then to formutate the charges” | He ine fag yy Brathwaite was introduced by
HENDERSON?’ GS sisters Far i i ina setae
ving that “little credit ta reflected on { WOU e oO . J ‘
* in bis favour, and hig kind should be
{ protected instead of being rated asa A bottle of Brandy in the

those who ralsed an agitation concerning.| Mr. Diathwatte spoke as a diweller {n
Duisance,

matters with which they bad suchimpertect # Belruunt, and as gua who had frequeut so .
Referring tu the accldent-to Mr, house, but’ mind it s ‘





oo



ee

acquaintance.” There ie no doubt. what- | opportunities of observing the

ever Chat the perversity or excesalye cau di of Mr. Heath’
on of the Surgeon General of Trinidad tat iationers: " He’ sald, the frulis of | Knowles 1 should way ng careul driver
was dering serious distrust of bis { \ty. Ifeath’s aniuatry were evident | would endeavour to pass w tram car y
Enrazatenee of searninata deuce Referzamote around that, iy and | atmut todecterge fearcoer wie! WAT A RAT Tr S
and for this reason it was emiuently therefure, bt. Baib’s Church did stand | under some estraondiinary cirumstance >
vr
’
wo

expedient that au enquiry should have | for sometblog, and did tills large place | and then be would have his car under

I needs of the [ absolute control .
toe Vomiuinaton'a report the Dectetary 3 rood ik of Helattate die elso spoke Tt is evident to any one observant The bottle with the famous

State deemed 1% prudent to take the ex- fof the kindly interest taken fo Afr, | that reckless driving is very cow

Se Baht pile. til... Re ee

toe -of Local Government 1 ishi by Mra, Heath | monin both PortofSpain and San
—AT— Beard touckifg the edie point | isvalred Heath's pails and out among them Fernando, Whetherthisis from ine 3 5

. the investigation, sod he finds in the | dolug whatshe could, He alse men- | competence or carelessness I cannot U e l eg a “a

advice fiyen all that could ibs desired £0 ¥ tioned little Barbara Heath who was | say - and it ought to be stopped before | a

Doord, consider that ‘Dr. Cares ro already, beloved by ell, He wished Ore eink dlnaster occurs. la be .

cedure was correct “both as Feginis then all bon voyage, and & successful {| Due diligence yond care should ‘he h f 1 Co. has be bilshed'f
B casos ot plague, te which he required | winleiry in that to which the | taken by he chewed to preveut the houso of Martell & Co. has beon established‘for

w | vectarioloplel i aaition to linia ert, | Lord iin called b ‘Chorus wav dest {Blea should be protected, but the || oge 6n two centuries and during sll thelyears of its existence

r It goes further and expresses the view | rendered by the Cholr, after which Al. | Motorlat should allowed reason | ag always shipped

able Privileges of the toad, or the
urpuse for while: ie Car W io = ‘
ued and purhuset’ woul's oe | The Best that can be Given,
There lea rule of the ruad of coure| Neser accapt any substitute, 'There is no Brandy

but bow cane motor car driver ol~ . “ JUST AS GOOD."

Md Des thie service he gave a fue address, and | €rve it wheu no one else does, Ha me ae te wee wee ee =
after day wl uy olar pact oe Mr. Fiavklin thought at the time that uoterist should observe tits rule,

’ ae now full well that the charge {that was a fine felluw, aod he hal a waltiog Ai oe yh Tees vet | Mt 2
y against Dr. Clare was that while plague | proved to be such right up to the pre, | Ye Whe aroper “nlite, walklog A on anZa ru or ¢
’ 5 wyeexistingin the colony be refused, Jucnt day. He considered it a great would fe faster than’ motoring Re.
1

fter sharuierjstio clinical symptoma | pluaswe to naine him among bis
and pelanens becteriglogical Peale riends Ha wpoke of Me. Heath's in- | My experience frequently ke that wor:

that Dr. K. de Verteuil was gullty “of a as]. x
ees eli sla aan | co rune He ait he bad awe

oata Gercttas teeta s valued eeotriice | Slr, Heath during the last seven years

Hundreds of very Appropriate Gifts in toe muggwate iad ibe Dowd aid not read | and he fewembvird, shortly after le

“We be: ho were tered day | * Greyfriars ous Sunday évening, Ab



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y



consideyd by Siinpaon puficlent tol duence on those with whom he came fog at es reasonable rate af sf ap ~ .
\ diagnosed @ cise of plague, to freoognl i tact.’ fie had often been prossed roache cart from tbereartheosrawings :
tac ra faee pleas, NG, obe | lala wervice yy ion, hod co | [o the ripbtextreting the cert hore LATEST RELIABLE SPECIALITIES i
‘ would | have eee ee diagonals Op [every occasion he felt that ft had done “ ews ae ne nly ta thie ight te, \
. 1 yer are, . plague on clinical erlilence alone, |The a ee ee dieoet thes | bloke my side ofthe road aud” al COMERS TONANT. 4 Luxetive HERD THEA If taken seqalery, sttmalaten the 9
7 hportance to the decisions of the Laal | lect, that the average attendance at | brakes twust be applied to avert.a cul | L) liver, pundl » the boul, ssvivta digwtion and keeps the ueoerel heslh ta good
Government Hoan, but what value can | Nt. Barb's Sunday Hehool fur the past | Halon which would be ax dangerous to | pouditiog. [1 Is valuable in eases of covtipatics, lust of mppetise, Eidos troabies ote. 3

the public attach to these same decisions | six saooths iad Deen Lod, and wanted | 2¢ and ny cat ag Cathe cartiman and | Prlce—10e, per proksye? 0s. per dozen. LINANZA

. hiecart, It le nearly always necessary | vermlfoge fur ehi'dren and adult, leele, BONINZA EYE WATER, aremedy for
phen dt fe fone the Shaver they "ihre wk mint had they beed doing an bore to siow up aud aay ” this +4 the corel #1 factions of the eyes foctading 1: fl .mitiag aad Bore Ey. “Wesk Vilon, ;
. =m “L eliher noglected to conalder the evideoos day afternocns ‘before Mr. Heath | to aud walt to seo whether the cart | Films, Ssorke ote. 3 pries 1s. HONANZA HROMU PHOSPHATE! as elezant +
By} or pave Raper had recourse (0 ® | sulted the Huoday school ‘Thie wae | Will take my side of the ruad or bie] geanale cf uve ems compound, forsiaatis ae a Pick-at -up, speed: relleces the elect 3
plate” snleace

eugyestio. thee evidence of the guod in- | o¥™ of diwipstion, sleeplessness, fatigue, nervous depression dyape and
Bupported by the eginioe of the Local Ivete of Se ‘Heath and the Be Iu going fron Port-of Spain to the | pelos 14 sud 64,
Governewnt Uoard Me. Harcourt Gadelt [park's Ohurth, He aso wished Mr. [23 anile post on (He Bouthern Malo Fail direcii2oa ¢f the above Specialises la every package,
easy fo obecrve that “the alierations | and Ars, Heath aud ebild, ¢ plousant | toad on one cocasion 1 pased forty. .
Seeloat Dr, Clare's method with regard to voyage and hoped that he would be | even catteaud cabs, Twenty-one were WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
cuarantiua ble diveases appear to havebeen | 2 iang yuder God BF sevuinplish. | 00 the wrong side of the road—can tt

based, ole ue ae the cider charnes. | ing inuch youd iy Antigua.



Come early and choose from the
twenty-one tinet and permaded torn: (OMLTIL BROS. & CO,, HELSSA3ZA phua grouss

*
v ny Solid foundation of fact.” Yeo, Mr Willan Fervelra next spoke ae observe the law, ant
| 1 th Geerelury of biate is constrained to fan elder of St Ann's Ubureb, and byoue mee te then toads ote, and ee eee a ‘
airiso an amendment in the law whith | thanked hiovou thelr behalf for the | could proceed cuiny way? A reasons é 6 . 93
imposes on the Government of tbe island | usny kludnewmes he had dove to then, ble solution wae to pass thera all . -
the on OE ae ‘Gantt arr “Eonves | He said hetud proved Sr. Meath » quietly by, and leave thew tn thete . 9
bets of he Nee tioe wen tw | yeritatlo friend in need, tle also felt | indulence tis necewary to follow up a

we
IN TRINIDAD tne Uses nmeggee, | Moana ect ti [gua rao gre eng are
° t ity. vot-spain, whereupon the wo-
Sr Hitters the Surgeon Ueueral bas | thy departure uf Se Heath, He |e Palcatcpain, abereupon the me. Tho Now Remedy fer .
‘ Me teealy feen makinga law auto bin [ged the wagregation to be loyalta] o¢ the road. ‘ee

B becretar . 4 h ‘
‘ - ia'coustemance rasiba, last thet fs would belooking fr fete ote sialn Southern toa, ‘alee Iylow on BLADDER TROUBLAHS.! 4
tacking toea mportan jan, and wor . . : : *
d see uabinaenraneiad [oifirg wget uniediecaik [etheafirad nel Gea feeteniy | The Bost Curlnary Amisoptic. -- Ui,hly recommended by
-{. a . A A 8
} 5 the w sgitatore have ecored 6 diatbct and Cholr-Alaaier, sald’be ‘thought it, | Uecemery to take thecar completely the Medical Profession, . 4
-

tance ofthe voml, and stop while these .
polat aud one of cardival Lnpo tothe that he should reply to the re- | 2 Hole Agency: mo
Pubobasit ot the colonics signatory | g Bing ‘of the frutleney pale bad sleeplug men passed. :

, he Quaraatins Convention, It wus: bel Hequire the chauffeur to bave alt ?
THA AROAIE, seo TERA eos a ees | BOLAND’S, 6, Hexry Stuer,










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SOME THINGS WORTH REMEMBERW
Hutch Tablets
Tho Sworn Foe of Bad Broadtb,
Disordered Stomach,
Depressed Spirits,
Dyspopsia,
Flatulence,
Indigestion,
Heartburn,
Headache.
These Ailments
oro generally caused by sodio derange-
sluggish liver. Avoid theso by taking
one HUTCH ns soon ns any symptom
makes itself felt, and if persistent take
one after morning and evening meals,
Celery King
Strengthens and Quiets the Nervous
Never fails to Believe and Cure
Constipation,
General Debility,
.Coated Tongue,
Pimples,
Palpitation.
If you aro naturally disposed to Stomach
TitomiLES, with 1ms Blood, Weak Kid-
NHVS. nni^SusoKUMULB Nbrveb, your system
becomes paralysed, tbo mind despoudent and
tlio spirits delected. CELERY Kino Restores
strength mid Nervous Vitality.
FON SO
Is the bast Word in the Treal
Wasting Diseases,
Tuberculosis,
Pulmonary Consumption,
Intestinal Catarrh
And the Disensos thatlead
It is of Marked Valuó in
of conditions and in the tre
of Diseases caused by BAO'
It.Jhas been used with most e:
results in La Grippe, Cold
Fovor and Malaria.
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HENDERSON'S
JEWELLERY.
Silver Ware,
SILVER-PLATED WARE,
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MULES
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Silver Ware.
E. P. Ware.
E. P. Ware.
Silver Ware.
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OAKS KNIVESIIti CasaiolG-t3.eo and «S.O0
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BON - BON DISHES,
SALAD BOWLS *DfB.A«"s
BDITF.lt DISHES—fil.30, 82.00 to «12.00,
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MEAT CARVERS. *3.00,4.00
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Cigarette T ubes—21
Cigar and Cigarette Holden
. Photo Frames,
Silver Deposit Ware :
CIGAR 0OXES,
Benares Ware, China, Crockery and
Glassware.
FOR SALE
ORDON, GRANT & GO.
15,Casks'. Large Newfoundland Cod.
r- do. Prime Large Haddock
do. Hake
25 BXS-IENGL1SH POLLOCK
s English Codfish
lOCBOXES CAMDEN B,1I. SOAP-56/20s.
in' I) M, Soap—56/24S
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0 FIRKINS ‘P Y.> BUTTER
CONDENSED MILK.
Excellent Milk
Quality ahmys KetiaUc
GRELL&Co Ltd.
Stationery
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