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FASHIONABLE
Gent’s Wear
GLENDINNING’S.
t-
TMHM/.lt MHIK Si
!!S
Improve Tour Appearanoa !
Skeoch, & Co.
POE BARGAINS,
SO SÁV YOU ALL 1
Latest Novelties Include .
YOU’LL FIND THAT WE ARE SELLING Now
DRESS • STUFFS,
Foil Will bind hero in Orcat Qnanliliet
RIGHT SHADES!
LOW PRICES !l
EMBROIDERIES .vLAGES
Em™»™»"
into Straps & Billetts Safety tara and Blades
SHAVING «RUSHES & SOAPS.
Boston Garters.
Trinidad Building anil
Loan Association.' •
NEW SHARES.
1I..-FMW whEDSESS sms- n. Very Utal-
§¡Ils?K!
NEW LOTS EVERY WEEK.
J. GLEND1NNINC & CO.,
5, FREDERICK STREET.
1*^1*.**'***®™'
SKBOOH 12 ÍEEDEMCK STREBT-SPEClAUStS IN BARGAINS.
Neto St
;fruit in syrup,
All Kindi
IANNING&CO.
CLEARANCE SALE
Friday 28th Init. â– 
sSssaL-üS.íaa
*«IM
x Cold Storage,
tidget Cheese,
&L W. QOODJNG.
GOODWILLS <$s WILSON Ltd.
i isr liquidation;.
SALE OF ENTIRE STOCK,
Cutlery I
Cutlery.
Knives, Forks & Fpooi.’
Tails acd Desssil Hems,
FORKS & SPOONS.
DAVIDSONS TODD
g¡f3S5:
hb nr
Oo3\ovrBJ TTJESID^'Sr, -A_TJGr. 1st.
FUBTHER DETAII.S,
SEE I5r:E:H:'r STnSTU-A-TS Q-AZBTTE
To enable us to got all Goods marked in plain figures the doors will
bo barred for the coming week. • '
Received ex s.s/Sobo.
50 CASKS
GOD FISH.
WBSSELS- BROS. & VON 60NTARD
70, South Quay.
L. ft SMITH & BROS
SCOTT, BOYD & CO
Ere Recent Arrivals.
Geo. E. McLean
POE SALE'
SDO Brie, ‘ Lehigh’ Portland cement-
— ! DltJJ-F. CLARKE


'jus roRT-orsrAis oAXwrra Sunday jut.y m»u
Stephens Ltd.pâ„¢RII!tt Stephens Lt
SALE
Commences on Monday the 24th, for 2 Wee
THIS IS TO BE A REGULAR CLEARANCE SALE IN ALL DEPARTMENTS, TO MAKE !
FOR LARGE SHIPMENTS OF NEW GOODS AFTER STOCK-TAKINQ.
COMPETITION IS ACTIVE BUT WE CAN DEFY
Glance with a keen eye through the list: below.
MAKE THE MOST OF THE . OPPORTUNITIES OFFERED.
'n Fi . ,
Gent’s Department.
fancy Department.
Boot Department.
Ve!ySo«“y EmbrakSS' ,0a.
BpctUl laio tl Silk Wrap, io Blue, Cram and link,
fancy Coloured Dress Muslins,
Vc.y£«l.yd«V™, 10c, now On. at. colon lot
Coloured Organdí nod Fconcli HuJIi,., (Bo, ,k Me.
Donb’e Width Snitings and Serges.
KSgSirii-K-ca
â– '=
: lEñSñií'Siííii,
CORSETS 1 CORSETS 1
Boys’ Suits,
««o less nut cost.
WHUB llUStlOSTlt.lW HATS, «tout,,going
Esrssasi.
Ladies' Champagne Balmorals
«110. going 1.S0.
Moil ComforUblcond^DnrjbltOl coal* for
1 li dran’s Knslin Bonnets and Hals
A l,A0K °°HM “2l0"'"-
Terai and Alpine Fell Hats.
Boys’ Fono/ Mrmws*at6fcT gcrngVic ^*VC *°T
Panama Hats.
Children's Bll. Glace Derby Boots
rJ on Derby Shoe,, Ml. golnglor 1.08",
MO GOODS SENT ON APPROBATION.
The Stores. STEPHENS, LMTD, The Sto


Tlffi POTOMPAIN GAZETTE SUNDAY JULY S3 1911
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£E~s.»
SPECIAL » DISPLAY
BO:N\A_:isrz_A..
Electroplated Ware.
FINE 1IEBIE1» tilt GLEES.
BEHIRES BBtSS-WUBE'
JAPANESE TEA & COFFEE SETS.
HEEBIE EBB CHILE GLUCKS, -g,-^
JEWELLERY
FANCY GOODS
STERLING SILVER GOODS
weddinFor bVrthoaycí'fts.
FOR SAL
Ex Recent Arrivals*
/OK.” BRITTANY BUTTER
British Oleo Iffargarino-
11 Jolmnio Walker” Whisky.
unstel/Onteh Pilsener Beer.
SMITH EltOSiND CO
i TfinidadShipping^ TiadlngCornpaiy lmid, '"S*
RICHARDSON & SELWAY
^r^SsSSsa’tfX® WÍ Biausu run






SALE GOING ON.








TUB >0KT-0F3PAD1 GAZETTE BtfflftlY. JULY « '1911. ' , ' _j_- l
STEPHEN,) Ltd. Very Speeial Announcement. STEPHENS M
OUE FOPUL A "R,
Stock-taking* SALE Begins To-morrow, m 24th
brilliant bargains await you during this sale.


Full Text
FASHIONABLE
Gent’s Wear
GLENDINNING’S.
t-
TMHM/.lt MHIK Si
!!S
Improve Tour Appearanoa !
Skeoch, & Co.
POE BARGAINS,
SO SÁV YOU ALL 1
Latest Novelties Include .
YOU’LL FIND THAT WE ARE SELLING Now
DRESS • STUFFS,
Foil Will bind hero in Orcat Qnanliliet
RIGHT SHADES!
LOW PRICES !l
EMBROIDERIES .vLAGES
Em™»™»"
into Straps & Billetts Safety tara and Blades
SHAVING «RUSHES & SOAPS.
Boston Garters.
Trinidad Building anil
Loan Association.' •
NEW SHARES.
1I..-FMW whEDSESS sms- n. Very Utal-
§¡Ils?K!
NEW LOTS EVERY WEEK.
J. GLEND1NNINC & CO.,
5, FREDERICK STREET.
1*^1*.**'***®™'
SKBOOH 12 ÍEEDEMCK STREBT-SPEClAUStS IN BARGAINS.
Neto St
;fruit in syrup,
All Kindi
IANNING&CO.
CLEARANCE SALE
Friday 28th Init. â– 
sSssaL-üS.íaa
*«IM
x Cold Storage,
tidget Cheese,
&L W. QOODJNG.
GOODWILLS <$s WILSON Ltd.
i isr liquidation;.
SALE OF ENTIRE STOCK,
Cutlery I
Cutlery.
Knives, Forks & Fpooi.’
Tails acd Desssil Hems,
FORKS & SPOONS.
DAVIDSONS TODD
g¡f3S5:
hb nr
Oo3\ovrBJ TTJESID^'Sr, -A_TJGr. 1st.
FUBTHER DETAII.S,
SEE I5r:E:H:'r STnSTU-A-TS Q-AZBTTE
To enable us to got all Goods marked in plain figures the doors will
bo barred for the coming week. • '
Received ex s.s/Sobo.
50 CASKS
GOD FISH.
WBSSELS- BROS. & VON 60NTARD
70, South Quay.
L. ft SMITH & BROS
SCOTT, BOYD & CO
Ere Recent Arrivals.
Geo. E. McLean
POE SALE'
SDO Brie, ‘ Lehigh’ Portland cement-
— ! DltJJ-F. CLARKE

'jus roRT-orsrAis oAXwrra Sunday jut.y m»u
Stephens Ltd.pâ„¢RII!tt Stephens Lt
SALE
Commences on Monday the 24th, for 2 Wee
THIS IS TO BE A REGULAR CLEARANCE SALE IN ALL DEPARTMENTS, TO MAKE !
FOR LARGE SHIPMENTS OF NEW GOODS AFTER STOCK-TAKINQ.
COMPETITION IS ACTIVE BUT WE CAN DEFY
Glance with a keen eye through the list: below.
MAKE THE MOST OF THE . OPPORTUNITIES OFFERED.
'n Fi . ,
Gent’s Department.
fancy Department.
Boot Department.
Ve!ySo«“y EmbrakSS' ,0a.
BpctUl laio tl Silk Wrap, io Blue, Cram and link,
fancy Coloured Dress Muslins,
Vc.y£«l.yd«V™, 10c, now On. at. colon lot
Coloured Organdí nod Fconcli HuJIi,., (Bo, ,k Me.
Donb’e Width Snitings and Serges.
KSgSirii-K-ca
â– '=
: lEñSñií'Siííii,
CORSETS 1 CORSETS 1
Boys’ Suits,
««o less nut cost.
WHUB llUStlOSTlt.lW HATS, «tout,,going
Esrssasi.
Ladies' Champagne Balmorals
«110. going 1.S0.
Moil ComforUblcond^DnrjbltOl coal* for
1 li dran’s Knslin Bonnets and Hals
A l,A0K °°HM “2l0"'"-
Terai and Alpine Fell Hats.
Boys’ Fono/ Mrmws*at6fcT gcrngVic ^*VC *°T
Panama Hats.
Children's Bll. Glace Derby Boots
rJ on Derby Shoe,, Ml. golnglor 1.08",
MO GOODS SENT ON APPROBATION.
The Stores. STEPHENS, LMTD, The Sto

Tlffi POTOMPAIN GAZETTE SUNDAY JULY S3 1911
t—
fji
sill
Sl
¿".¡V
w
I|¿'|
ip;r
£E~s.»
SPECIAL » DISPLAY
BO:N\A_:isrz_A..
Electroplated Ware.
FINE 1IEBIE1» tilt GLEES.
BEHIRES BBtSS-WUBE'
JAPANESE TEA & COFFEE SETS.
HEEBIE EBB CHILE GLUCKS, -g,-^
JEWELLERY
FANCY GOODS
STERLING SILVER GOODS
weddinFor bVrthoaycí'fts.
FOR SAL
Ex Recent Arrivals*
/OK.” BRITTANY BUTTER
British Oleo Iffargarino-
11 Jolmnio Walker” Whisky.
unstel/Onteh Pilsener Beer.
SMITH EltOSiND CO
i TfinidadShipping^ TiadlngCornpaiy lmid, '"S*
RICHARDSON & SELWAY
^r^SsSSsa’tfX® WÍ Biausu run



SALE GOING ON.



TUB >0KT-0F3PAD1 GAZETTE BtfflftlY. JULY « '1911. ' , ' _j_- l
STEPHEN,) Ltd. Very Speeial Announcement. STEPHENS M
OUE FOPUL A "R,
Stock-taking* SALE Begins To-morrow, m 24th
brilliant bargains await you during this sale.



























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i NO 9-404 VOL: XXX TRINIDAD. SUNDAY JULY 2 a3 1911 19H] DAILY ONE PENNY
FASHIONABLE

Stephens, Ltd! |rmateanc monic, Tmprove Your Your Appearance {Cutlery |

Ie? GROCHRY DEPARTMENT, i) surat 4 co-orEnTutE |
pon wn Gent s Wearlci=/eeeoch & Co.__l
FOR BARGAINS, Knives, Forks & Spoon.

Pe TELEPHONE No. 62
CHIVERS & SONS, LTD, —AT— Fee ate dated 1008, tony
SO SAY YOU ALL! RODGERS
Table acd Dessert Kuives,

IC Cor ter tc ER
New Season’ 8 N ; S. GABA DIVIDEND oa same, sanctioned
at the last anpas general meetisg of mam,
bere, Holders of Berlp issacd 2 former
triennial premiome masy al at the
corree-
YOU'LL FIND THATWE ARE SELLING Now Qhwactoite




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All Kinds Latest Novelties Include : vor tte SATAY & Trentre ‘THE BEST LOT & VALUUE IN FORKS & SPOONS.
BELF OOL‘D LISLE HAL¥ T1OSE—All colors at 36 cents ¢ 60 cents October 1910, { N U Meat and Game Carvers, Fish
~AL— soulit Vi Ree amare ee tt Sere ravens colours & prices. t D R K ss S ST F EK S Kolves and Hopes Pocket Enives,
KN D SILK TENNIS WRAPS—at 2300 and €360. ! +-, * 9 Feissory Rropp I Rropp Razors
TH E STO RE S;| A NIGE LITTLE LOT OF POCKET B OORS, 8c, &e. )



Â¥OU COULD POSSIULY WANT _ {DAVIDSON & TODD

You Will bind here in Great Quantities | po arcade.





DE SILVA'S |Anto Strops & Gillette Safety Razors and Blades Trinidad Building and













FURERAL * FURNISHING SHAVING BRUSHES & SOAPS. Loan Association’: | RIGHT SHADES! ———————
| orvicts x0, w-GHAOON STREET LOW PRICES !! Victoria Institute
eSTABLISUMENT, Boston Garters. |==---=-=-2 DURABILITY! | GowGHRT
paver anaes . atware mnwae secon of NEW SHARES. EM BROIDER IES & LACES | sus cot casein
i _ABeRUO Col’d Shirts—all Prices, Really Smart Goods. Uy Bordo Dictora he eared Are always un interosting feature in our Selling, BNO rIGHeA. ‘
° fom ta date. Cr ecsona whose a pit Pris wetpat Works
—S Also— FANCY Ware DRESS pulRTs— The Very Latest — | sates ah a te N EW LOTS EV E RY WE E \ onset Parole aut
|| Baion tet anand EMBROIDERES are to Wiman what perfume is to the Flower, and ted e hot on 8g OF A Bepsody tox
BWW GT J GLENDINNING & GO... overs. [Cocesstes-escteann “SEE
aq Port. -of- dati 1. 1S "Hi © Cc} &G Cc ©. SIXTY PEBFORMERS
5, FREDERICK | STREET. {2 FREDERICK STREET—SPECIALISTS IN BARGAIKS, ey
ANNING & CO. te DIK STHET SPRINTS 1 BARGATS 14
Sete emir ero AVANMENT MES”
' cua = 0 duit ~~ NOTICE.
WILL OOWNENCE mm se EOF CERTAIN STREETS AND
GLEARANGE SALE , RG AR
F SURPLUS SOUND SIOCK| Ti LIQUIDATION. PEE way
Nae ‘ t painalle at Queen Alezendra Street is | ta
Fay Zit nt. SALE OF ENTIRE STOCK, ene eae
make room for fresh goods tenet NGueed the A thoroughfare en extending
arriving, COMMENOES tira ele ae

Detaite of thie sale wt bean] * rT - . S 1D) A ™~ 7 LN [ J C+. 4 am xc oat “the : Pari extending

4 Fenn ae ear a dstanve of 405 foot and tere

Dentistry. PU Es ; ace
— $ foet wide and bounded at fol .

pra uangoes FURTHER DETAILS oa
9 tus Wentsis Sen,

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a 23 Clair Square
Hav the eiborounhiert norte of St.

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, T bl t t all Good ked 1 fi th d ill | Be tiie Square North
NSWICK GROCERY be barred for the coming week, “eee gures the doors se a ere
south” at,























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for RMS, “THANE? ¢ 21+ G-SMITIL&BROS| = TEPCOTR, SATE ne nd RES
. Por B.W.S. “THAMES eceived ‘ex S. S, 0 0. tamale
Typewriter,” “Bi ANNUAL OVERHAULING OF —
xX Cold Storage, (LONG-BEARING LONG WEARING) QC ( { yi y ry, y B { ) Y D & C () BUOYS.
—— | gas, \ PSR aa te
eon tt 50 CASES se Bx Rooont Arrivals, ie att
K{PPERS, 4 be epecl i ions ‘given in the
BOATS ars 100 Bags “ SUPERFINE Ff FLOUM, - "Snap Publi under tke te lathe doy
BUTTER— 0 Pkts, 200 ‘Bales GERMAN PAPA 4 Faget at tbe be Tissue” Mac
Pots JERSEY OREAM. / 25 Tierces OHOICE PIGs’ TAILS. reatired Be che applcant for the
idget Cheese, saat cart crt tt — AND — give eeucliy for, the the pettoruence ot of
y adopt writieg macbioe s ’ The Government do not biad theme
Meebo gateatink Sisatacdemeraet | O00 Bris, Lehigh’ Portland Cement. nbs, © #6 bees sr
reneces: er ani . -
ABOVE FOR DELIVERY a is sapabigot a Urge day wor. “Ask — Acting Colonial Hecretary.
ove ro eave TWESSBLS- BROS. & VON GONTARD | Eeceee sts 2 om Sah
70 South a SMITH BROS. &- COME ANY. T 5 132. ' ~ Governmeat Ticase,
. Ord ‘TF SB.EeE, r
stouERs Tp rains, | ‘2O%2 o_o South Qn y: sepa OT Seer eae meme | Ve se Ce ere tie saan bee
, re A Bargain. DENTISTRY. tb, bd of than por tbe Fyanbel I
iy book yous Orders early to ensbis The F Inest Thing EDUGATIONAL. lug Geo E Mckean rs | beuwean the of 6 stele aie d i rom the
Toer getting nome Of the Bop piles vemutlog mole hae, 4 Paso, 0 ES —_ DR QB, CLARKE txb dite todas ie lrder What ths
in Tooth Washes is *Odentul | Cais trelk or tpantsh Walls on tbe IRE: wo ! work ‘of rebuiliiog'« tellne, ee’ ike
Keeps the ‘mouth sweet and ~ear | Plone, whi A ducise ahlog Teacher, on| WATCH even on ann Te Taebens fen mpied GEARRUATE of Howard Ushroralty Rualegen Rare may be eve.
MW. GOODIN G. at 24 csids yor betta | Moderaig tote UY wees MG MBEL mith ceten laine, ia ek sn oven, Gr Ui Ae Barevog, bisotles Otios 17 BUSUE,
MIREDERICK TREEE LAINUB ENGLISH FUBMAOY <|yetyize, 8’ "Rh eeias. | 24 Fe cdoriek St | Bun Goa” mi [rat b= ma Act rol tea

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| “THIS IS TO BE A REGULAR CLEARA

COMPETITION IS ACTIVE BUT WE CAN DEFY:

Glance with a keen eye through the list below.

MAKH THE MOST OF THE OPPORTUNITIES OFFERED.

bont's Department, | Boot Hepartment. Grokery Depart

be,

Cold. Alpaca Costumes Price $3. Now 31.00

Linen Embroidered Costumes, $10, going $5.00.
$12 now $6. . -

Linen Embroidered Skirts .

Muslin Costumes, 12 dollars, going for 6 dollars

Wet Costumes, 12 dollars, gous for § dollars

Very lovely Embroidered Blouse Sets, 72c., now 400,

Special line cf Silk Wraps in Blue, Cream and Pink,
quite nice for evening use, 84c., now 860.

Cashmere Shawls, going under half price

Faney Coloured Dress Huslins,

Vory pretty designs, 10e., now 6¢., 20c., going for
. 10c, 24c for 12c, 16 cents to 8 cents,

Coloured Organdi and French Muslins, ARe, & 60e.
can Goyours at 24 certs

iald Lengths Dress Silks to be sold under cost
told Crystalines at 36c. now 2tc., all lovely shades,
Dine lot Laces and Embroidesies at ic, 26., 3c, de,
worth more than double the price

Faney Department

}-mbrolderies and Insertions, going at 2c., 3c, 4c,
w =, Other Lines all at nalf price,
"Best Belts] 48c. now 2de., Bde, for 12c,
Ribbons and Flowers at less that half price
Untimmed Hats at 72 cents, going for 24 cente,
those at 48 cents going for 12 cents

CORSETS! CORSETS!

Most Comfortable and Durable, $4 going for 81.80,
$2.40 for $1.20,

Coloured Laca Hose at 12 cents,
48 cents now 24 cents

clack and Tan Lace Huse: at 30 cents, now 20 cents,
, ancy Coloured Cress Stuffs, Regular price 2 cents,
Mow 12 cents, 36 cents going 20 conts.

(hidran's Muslin Bonnets and Haig

at 48 cents, golog 34 cents, 36 cents to 20° centa,
, 4 24 cents to 12 cents,

, A fine ange of BAOK COMBS at #4. cents,
goiug 6 cents, ,

going fur 8 cons,

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A few White Helmets to clear al 72

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Regular prices $8, going $2, 2.40 poirg $1.44. $2
now 31. $44 going at 72 cents,
Special Line in Coloured Tunis Shirts, at $1.20,
going now at 69 cents
Our wp End Ties, all shades, at 480, roing for 15¢.
The “Lena” Net Undershirts and Vants, very cool
wear, 84 cents, now 48 cents

India Gauze Undershirts at 84 cents, now 67 cents.

India Gauze Pants, 90 cents, now 92 cents

Lisle Thread Undershirts, at 72 cents, now 48 cents

Lisle Thread Panta, 84 cents, guing 60 cents

Tweed Suits going cheap, former price $3.60, now 1.80

Office Jackets at $1.20, going for 84 cents

French lanael Undershirts, Boing at 96 cents each,

Bath Robes aud Dressing Gowns, all very cheap

Linon Collars, assorted steles, 6 cents each .

Coloured Striped Merinos and Pants at 84 cents,
going 650 cents

Boys’ Suits,
GIING LESS THAY COST.

WHITE RUSIIO STRAW H ATS, £9 cents, going
for 24 cents, $1,20 now 48 cents, 82 yoing 72c,
Assorted Fancy Straw Hats, ! egu'ar price 6u cents,
yours for 24 cents,

Terai and Alpine Felt Hats.

You'll never get a better Bargain, 72 cents going
36 cents, 96 cents tu 48 cen, 31.80 now 72 cents,

Motor Caps, all going for ‘2c, ouch, formerly 30c.
Boys’ Rustic Straw Hats at 24c., you cun have for 1c.

Boys’ Fancy Straws at 60c., going fic.

Panama Hats.

Regular price 33, going 83.60,

cants & 95
worth $2 each, cunts,

| During the Sale all. Goods



NO GOODS sEN+tT



This is the greatest chance ever offered ia these lines, .

esoent Eh LORT-OVSPAIN GAZRTTA SUNDAY

Ltd, PUPULAR ANNUAL Stephens Lt

STOCK-TAKING

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“Commences on Monday the 24th, for 2 Week

NCE SALE IN ALi DEPARTMENTS: TO MAKE
; FOR LARGE’ SHIPMENTS OF NEW GOODS AFTER STOCK-TAKING.

Doub'e Width Suitings and Serges, Gont’s Tan Witlow Derby Boots at 5.5" going $4,

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240 Vairs Tan Calf Balmorals,
formerly 2 dollara. -

309 Pairs Tan Derby Boots at 1.68, going at 1.20,
200 Pairs Do, 1
Gents black Calf Button Boot at 3.09, going fur 1.90.

Ladies Champagne Balmorals

Lalies’ Black Glace Button Boots going at I dollar,

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Children’s Bik. Glace Derby Boots

Chilfren’s Box Calf Bluchers at 2.40 t> 1.68

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WASHISETS, guing at 2 dollars, regulad

TEA SETS . 2 dollars ‘a

DINNER SETS ,, 12 dollars
D. 20 dollars

Van Derby Shoes at $4.50, now 3.25
Tan Calf Blucher Oxfords at $3.50, for 2.16
Glace Button Boots at 4dols. now 3 dol,
Glace Klastic side Boots, 83.60; now 82.40,
» Calf Do. i, 4.50, going 3,25.
Tan Calf Balmorals, 2 dollors, yours for 1.44,
Tan Lerby Boots at 1.68, now 1,20
Tan Lace Boots, Pump soles, for 3.25,
formerly 4.50,
‘Tan Vici Derby Boots, 4.50, now 3,50
Black Vici Bluchers, 3 dols., going 2 dols,
Hack Satin Calf Button Boots at 81.68,
regular price 3 dollare. .










Hanging kar
at]4fdollars, now 3 dolar 4

Gallory Lamps at 2.40, 3

Globe Tablo Lamps #
Now $1.20, ’ .

China Dishes with covers, going for§

going st 1.44,
‘ regular price 1.2),

Gilt China Tea Oups, going at 12 cente: be
Coffee Cups and Waitors ~all greatly 1 7

China Vases, from o
Cut Glasss Vases,

a
HALF PINT TUMBLERS, 60c.f:dox,
BEDROOM LAMPS —worth 24c., ge
KITCHEN LAMPS—going for 20 centh
VEGEIABLE NISHES—from 18 ¢
TOILET SET (7 pcs,) $240, Regula p
MEAT DISHES from 12 cents Up.
GLASS JUGS, all very cheap, from 18
FLOWER PUCsS, all sizes, from 38 &

at 2,00, now 1,32,

-at 2.40, going 1,20, .







formly 1,82, :
Black Glace Button Boots at 2 dollars—~
oing for 1.44 ~
Black Balmorals at 3 dollars, going 2 dollars
Black Glace Bluchers, $3, going for 2.16
Black Glice Batton Boots, regular price 3.60,
Going 2.40.

Black Glace Beaded Shoes at 3 dollars, can
be yours for 1,92 . -
Tan Vici { Bar Shoes, 2.40, now 1.68
Black Glaze Oxfords, 1.44 to 1.08,
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REPRESENTATIVES,
London, July, 2nd.
A Partiamentary Comittee enter
tained the Colonial Representatives at
the lyperial Conference ata Juncheen.
The King sent them a farevtell ines
sage expressing Lis pleasure at their
visit to Backingham Palace, hoped
they andthelrvhad a pleasant Ume and
wisted them 4 pleasant return,
APOTHESIS OF BRITISH EMPIRE,
Mr, Asjuith sald thelr sisltore from
the Colonies will carry away two abid-
log Impressions, Firstly that despite
[ossinaste the Motherland {a not motl-
und (cheers), secondly that the varl-
ous paits of the Erpire possess an
Identity of ideals apart from politica,
and this constitutes an abidiug safe-
uard for an Empire whose character:
atics are freedom) and unity, some:
think it accident and some thiuk ita
wilracle, either way, it le the best Gov-
ernment which the meoias of anaokind
as produced, Mr. Lulfoyr associated
himeelf with the Premier's optinism
regarding the vigour and vitality of
the Empire (cheers) We here are
ready to bear all the responsililties
of our position, and we know that a
ventiment is growing throughout the
Ewpire that we should nut bear the

burden slone cheers)
UNWILLING PEERS,
receding the meeting of the House
of Lords, Lord Halebury presided at a
dwethhg of Peers unwilling to surren+
derta the Governmeot preferrlog to
force s creation of leers.
THE PARLIAMENT BILL
The Whips been successful in
gatherloga full house, and eyen the
gallgtes were filled when Lord Morley
t more the adoption of the fac
Hament DL He aguln asserted the
wavering bostility of the Goverament
to any modiBcation of thelr proposal
whose rejection would cause a tro-
mendous disincation of Parliamentary
business and frat exasperation of
publie opinion 4 the consequences of ite
passage would doubtless be ve but
jess go than ite rejection, and the Ciov-
edtheir Lordships to die

ce,
woe declared that the
amendnieals were oo necossary that the
Lords certainly would not secede frou
these {a sulstance while they remain:

{ tas,
ana ENTARY DECENCY
Wi MMatsbury said that Lord M
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inomentous legistation withia hie sixty
years’ experience sand dmpetils the
conntry, Lhe constitution and the lives
and hberties of subjects. ne
dondeiry declared that Treland’s un-
precedented prosperity would be ruin-
etunder Home Rule which FProtest-
Ants and Unionists will forcibly op-
pose, The third reading was carled
withoutts division.
NEWSPAPER OPINION, .
The Daily Telegraph” anticipates
that Lord Ulalsbury's attitule will
compel thec cation uf Deer pent the
Liberal 18 hope this w be unue>
cessary row thatthe Lords percelve

the futility of opposition
THE KING RETURNS FROM«
SCOTLAND,

The King returued from Edlaburgh

ceterday and will receive Mr. Amyutth

ays
GALLOUR SUMMONS MERTING
OF BOTH HOUSES,

Mr. Balfour hus eanimionee s megs.
Ing of the Leadersfof both a|touves
considerthe situation, 1t? is not be
lieved that Lord Halsbury can rally
tnore than any names against ita re-

e, and if necessary it is believed
Etat Lanslowne'’s supporters
will vote are. Doubt alyo aiives froin
antuternal crisis of the Tory party.
t

the Chamberlaioites a pose N
Balfour, urging au unttincding opposl-
tion to the bitter ead

ead.
SHIPS AND SAILORS IDLE,
At Cardlfi 56 ships and 6,000 sullors

are idle.
CRICKET.

In Wedneslay'scticket, the tndians
beat Somerset by one wicket : Mile
sex beat Hampshire $27 runes Kent
beat Worvestershite 1543 Watwick-
shire beat Susex 3; Nothingham-
shire beat Eancasblre 8 wickets:
Yorkehire and Essex drew and Surrey
and Glourestershise drew.

CHOLERA IN ITALY,

Advices frum Chyleu, Switzerland,
state it is reported there that between
the 12th and 16th, i} cases of cholera
occurred in Maly with eighty-eigth
deaths, . . -

AND IN NEW YORK.
Naw York, july Bail,

The teuth death from cholera has
occured bere, The Government has
ordered the bacteriological ezauiina-
tion of every immigetant foi the deten-
tlon of cholera cariicrs.

THE REBELLION IN HAYTE -

TROOPS PUT TO CLIGHT.

Advices from Vortuu-Piloce stale
that the steamer * Byila” has arrived
with President blmon and hls Cabi-
net, bia troops having flelas the
vebelw enteral Caphatien and immedi
ately bean looting , refugees fllhut
every Consulate, Americans and
others belpg sheltered in the Unite
States Consulate which Je commanded
by the yacht * Awerfcan"â„¢ armed
with Siapid dre guoe and provid
with plenty of ammunition which It bs
resolved ty uve as necessary, although
refused a cabled request to'be released

frum the buach te the United bates fad

ane! ut the usefol the armament,
} TESIDENT

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President ZSimon has appointed a shoulder, Informing blu ‘that

new Cabinet and Genera

Miniter of War and Navy. bas pro-

ceeded to Jamaica.

U.K, *CHESTER® ORDERED TO
HAYTI.

The UAH, “Cheater” has been ar
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days. The Uaytlan QOousul says
Hayti Lought the yacht - Atuetican”
although Mr. Dick. the owner, je now
a ja consinand,

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the turkey declared Mr, Wint as he bad
recently Joined the rauka of Bene-
dicta and was trylng to frecome
industrous by ralsing a barn yard
In| which amon other members of
of the feathered tribe, were two turke

He never asplred to the exalted posit(on





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of detective, and was quite content with

REWARDS GRATUITO kh fein eet d
VICE WITIL CRIMINAL hg an humble disciple of Neptuce
CE ee . (leredore) by which vocation he

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was the recipient of $19 short),
before meeting Ustormna, ' 7
the Magistrate thought f¢ rather
strange for a man who had just embark
upon an enterprise such a4 that des
cribed by defendant, tolovest In a fall
gtown twelve pound turkey: but as de
fendant signified bls intention to prove
the truth of his story by the evidence of a
Ti "Fc gat efestone ag bod

uomlay next, defen @
in &D ball with a surety.

A PRACTICAL JOKE WHICH THREAT=
ENS DISASTER TO THE JUKER

CASE POSTPUNED TO FRIDAY NBIT.

Froxe his frequent contact with the
different members of the focnl Constabu-
Jary (never mind in what connection) a
young gentleman of this elty by the name
ot Mr, James Wint bas evidentty Incul-
cated a great love forthe calling, even to
the extent of giving his services to a
prosperous government gratultously and
unroticited. It was in. this generous
frawe of mind that Mr, Wint was walk
ing leisurely along, Aber ronit Strect
abuot four otlock on Thursday afternoon
when bis eves fell upon one David
Osborne emerging from the precincts of
thedofel de Pane with a buge turkey
undee bia arm Thinklity thie a
Opportunity for the matertatigation of ble
new and much cbhechhed ides, Mr. Wiut
at once began to put his plans Inte opera
thon- "Jt man,” called ont our her as
he came in earshot of the turkey laden
IndJyidual, who in the most business ike
mauner cams to a halt " Whero soa
wolng with that turkey® came the next
querry: his latter, he of the taikey
preted witha enille of satisfactlont bav-
ng Just returned from an unsnocessful
neyollation for the sale of his bird and
with the Hight ofa bappy expectation
beaming In his eyex cnr rly ren rondest
” 4 je alr
ofa “sleuth’ Just sulliclontly unvelied to
convey to the seador the Impression that
he was a likely purchaser, Wist nest
inquired the price, which was souchssted
at one shilling a pound and the welgbt of
the turkey twelve pounds which could
be veriied atthe nearest shop if there
was any doubt about it. “Cume go’,
said Mr. Wint good naturedly, and the
otber tripped gleefully along by ble side
shop was reached,





WEDDING.
ANDUZE-OABRERA.

At the Church of the Holy Rosary
yesterday aflernoon at. 3_ o'clock, the
tuarriage touk place of Mr. Felix L.
Anduze, (von of Nr Jules Auduse,
anerchant of thiy city), and Mise Ner-
codes Cabrera, daughter of the lata
Mr, Valentine Cabrera, of Venezyela.
The marnlage ceremony was perform:
ed by Fathey Maria Joveph, O.P, The
wedd lug wasanuiet one, only the
near relatives of the watded ‘couple
0

bridegroom = was
accoupanied by Mr, Ealward Gerold,
During, the olgning of the register
an “Ave aria” was nicely
rendered by Miss Singuineau.
Atthe close of the ceremony the guesta
repaired to the residence of the bride's
mother on Frederick Street, Mherelibe
reception was held, end later tn the
evening, Nr Nn Anduze left the’
city for Sorzano May (Ganparee) carry:
with them the best wishes of their

until the nearest ft

when seeing the Intended purcbaser Preuss
continulig onward, ble counterauce tell friends ire bappy end proenere
aud blackening bis pace begnn to suspect a dhe dao p

that he was tving trifled with, | 82° Fancdsome.

Observing the sudden change in the man

whom be elects to he the tirst victim Of | pmewmsmeeeeeerewernepnng
hie new fad the wily Me. Wipt gravely

delivered bimeclt ol the ominous ai

claratlonie“{ am a de ye an -
arrest you on suspicion of stealing Ubis PRICES CURRENT.
turkey; come gu to the station.” ——

Although ted dato the Lellef by the self Joly 2ist pluly 22
appulnted detecUves during that be was NEW YORK

Pan Juapastor, but a» Mvefcaardian | PTO!

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of the Peace, detailed for the detection Blended Clears for

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of crime, (wburne had po fear (as he
afterwards assured the Chty Magletrate)
knowing full well that he waa on

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lepitimate, errant aud Mithost a word i at
of pro the willingly conse ‘ow Season's per ° °
nd tometer they walked on. ‘They hed Heavy Mow fae beh UTP 19} 175 1s
ot got very fur when Osborne, eayerto | SUUAI t Vert?
jeclare bly tanocenva before oa tals, OU per cent.
hiner authority, quickened ble pace, eb Pal ae owe 94.35) 94.35
This, coupled with ble calm reception | 3fascovato per cont
of | Winte annonneeinent evident- ty Paid “we ou FASS! O5.05
ly brought It home te the jatter that he | MOLASSES:

takled the wrong neu, and was Eng. leland rye . ®

tf with « fuat | EXCHANGE ON LONDON:

lasing me lovlng game,
bat Be sought to emphasize his authort

his privoner roughly onthe SI
f

Slaty Days Richt oe LOLS
bight. 4.30 1-8

by bandlin,

o WEN AL.
olng too fast nud loyked aa if he wanted th
Alarius, os } Notalog onan! Usborne, ‘Trtnldad VERLOOL, MUU) Aye
ee nae Mone Inroughouts ananired Middling Upland per DB, 7
je ations Chrougbout, asaui ni jand per
our new detective that he waa perbs Medians Fine tea telund oats
merely over soxious to obey the per ly = Nous Ua] tt
law, The wily “detectlve”” was} PANIS:
how continced that hia game was] Nentes Three percent... 9173) 9.70

op and, freeing Ovlorne’s shoulder,
from bis [roa grip. awkwardly exclalmed

“Never salad S}) give you a ch 7 ly 21 y
and turning roan uty, disappearett NDON July Bat Holy Be
inte the, néwrest yard. Jatt’ thusly | SUGAR:
to iiouaelt ote lone ‘dea of this mee arern Crystals

ulm @ uetectire” + Ws
6 pit | sewovedo Ficat TAS ING. Leys

a ration of the dactrine of tbe
© fiterty of the bubject” ‘and detorulacd
to avenye himself for the t

sough' rf be protection ots Constable » who Rua lon, 1
‘arther Information ma
sbother Individual who knew W Ink wall MOA ee an) VAR Wah
aod bad teen watching the whole pro Trlnjded Good Mid-
teodings from « colge of Vau ~ultl dilog Red per end d8u./ Stu,
mately caue upon Mr, Wint foe yard | BANK OF ENOLANDs
while be was lndulging In the plestant Discount Rate ‘3 per cent 3 percent
we of “rattling the boues” tive), ONSGLS: on yo iT -
wa hint nests a Wetor the City Mage) ULL BATU! *
‘a ‘om ay ow & ou;
was read out hig bic in bled Guys ¢ ° en lub awe
jawn in persona’ ‘ wa on
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“TEnIOWL TES. | SUATTERWETHE EMPIRE "IT PENDES ca Gecnnda’

wettan — [oonmonazgrormoon| + GEDDES GRANT) Ea s.8. Grenada.
We are now ain the helgtt ol the Bentix,-#The Convervative * Kreuz [yo piias “CREAM OF TILE WEST? 50 Kegs BUTTER--Gt ths. Net

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of the Manitary Authorities, the moss / seluung” of Berlia, declares that the UR— Bakers.
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- capaannes iq not by. the ~-Bikess ”
aueplctous old barrele and bat- Ping to the unsympathetic attituds | sy WOLF’ - oxtre, .
ALOGIN:DIGESy, tered Un veesele fa which their] a opted by ie home gorernment, 100 mes ae ae et Ne 2 10/2 Bris, To. 120 Ibs. ”
{ pIsTAAVTED by + lervae may be i that their dee-} It hints that the Overses States, die exe GO Cases. Do. 4 {25 lb. ‘Tina.
o tinction can be sccommpllsbied, Old | appointed_and rebuffed, are begiguing | 309 Nagy SPLIT. PEAS 30 C Ib, i 4
FOR Bilt Sotke bas known it tu ble cost | to draw away from fhe Mother-Uoun: ) “45 fings COTTON SEED MEAL. ases) Do, 20/5 . Ting,
alos that 4 militant mosquito can cocasion f try, and clies Sir Wilfret Laurler's | 99 bigs GRANULATED SUGAR
} mord uorest to a weary human soul | refusal to consider the Australien sug: | 9) flores BLUE NOSE CHEESE. * HRenternde'sa Gelebrated Brand, ;




than all the fleas and bed bugs of creas f gestion,, The journal continues :-

ton puttogether., It fs a calm and “The jntons are being idtiven
starry night, Bakes shales a rag o¢ | into opposition and ‘ automatical ‘Rad:
twa, an old walstcoat, arice bag, aud Ficaliam, the results of which were



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&@ seaman’ ashaleen in | shown {nm a clear Hght by thie year’s 1 ,
190-192 PEARL SY, NEW YOR fhe Pence tack ot Neiing ep he conference | Not only ae they” how 2) Births Caeadien TUAK HEADS 15 4, PIGS’ FEET. ¢
\e anikes en takes a "OAT roteatagainst ever’ mcldent whic -
fro a bailen the wallant, riving iva | Inthe leest rleges violates their fade: | 62 Barrels American PORK HEADS, OR San we

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MINERAL WATER, Sth July, 1911
5 Cosee (KH) Bitter} WHITE ROCK

MINERAL WATER,

Se eee ee eeeeeneers 9
8 Onaee 2, bee STEAL ROOK = T
ale> Farolgacr ap it
KILLER. metre 7 ° - 4
2, BRO4L DTS
Port-of-Spato,

whirl of deterinlnation, murmurs? | pendence or threstens to hurt thetr
“Now for sleep or martyrious 7 Ly- | own particular interests, but they are
tng upon his back, with eyes half-] now izing to fooeen the ties which
opened he hears the approach of his | they ouce forged between theinselves
enemies, At first it seemed as though | and the Mother-Oountry.
tolles separsted them, so far away la] *The feleral wheel ie slowly begin
the sound of thelr battle songs, when, | ning to turn back wards instead of for
anddenly an advance guard of the} wards, Mr. Asgaith beleves that the
moequito army veritably yell in the } British World-Empire can be built up
eat of Samikes, alighte on the tip of his | on principles of a common democracy,
nose, and as he whiske at then with [a common culture, and a conmon
the fly-whisk, files nimbly away | striving after an ethical goal, but cul-
with a scream of derision to retarn | ture aid ethics are bad fuundation-
soun afterwards to its acrobatle per- | stones fora State Harder and orore
ferwances at the end uf the probosers f f solid matetials are rejuired.
of the totured nian. The whole of | “It was the fate of Hiltish LAberal-
the army fs now to the attecks/ fewnlothe past alwayeto lack the neces-
Smikes’ hands are clreling: about like { sary discernment of perspective state
the ane of a wind-inill; he snorta at | manship and talent to conduct the
an inquisitive moequito thal [nyades } world politics of a world-wide Empire,
den recesses of bis nostrils; he] acd the Radicale of today have pre-
kicks atone that makes acquaintance | sented the same picture of a hesitant
with his big-toe and knocks s plank j handiog of a Titanic task by unsuit-
fron the aiding of bis old shanty, and } wble means.” .

the next instant, poor Sinikes, with a
WHAT HAS HAPPENED TO KEIR

epriogs almost to the
HARDIE?
gave up the uncyual combat, left the
eh

Use Wialocin-Digestive

For Dyspepsis, Indigestion Acidity of the Stomach, Hoartburn Intes-
tinal Indigestion (or .starchy dyspepsia), Fermentation of Food
Headaches aud all [rrogularitios of tha Digestive Organ.

Nalocini Digestive is a Scioatific Preparation, cumposad of Auimal and
Vegetable Digestive Agents.

Bupertority of Minlooin Migestiwva.

It doos hot contain narcoties, purgatives, nor injurious drugs fof
any kin

Te converts, the losoluble starchy fools into roluble sugars.

{idigoats the fleshy portions of food, including meats of all kinds, eggs

b cheese, milk, ote, into soluble snbstancos,

TRY NIALUCIN DIGESTIVE AND YOU WILLKNOW HOW TO ENJOY
a ATEARCY MFAL,

+ rice Omo HbLALlling

Thotlatae-Amarivan raz & fraitag 09, 130-183 Pearl 8b, Rew York
Sold by all tho Leading Chamist:.
rete eee enn



‘nape atch Sale.






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~FOR.

STOUT SOUR SOILS.
THE FAVOURITE BRAND , Trinidad Manurial Lime.

Brevved

—FROM ~ Cocoa Planters, Sugar;Planters and Cane Farmers put new
life into your Lands by using onr

Malt & Hops Only nprNIDAD MANURIAL LIME.

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forbearance has its limits, however,
and Sintkes, In his distress and worry,

wi of 0

height of the rafters asthe attack of

enemy is coacentrated upon the most

fieshy part of hisanatomy. Humau

t th EXTRAORDINARY ARTICLE.

wip enemy in on of his —

hunimble lodgings, Gohim? nolongera{ Io the midst of his tedinus abuse of
home, and. walked disconsolately | the King and the Royal Family, Mr.



th: h the desettod streets until the } Keir Hardie, in an article fn the © Pio- , .

flush of awaking dawn awoke the city | beer”, which isa Soclatuttatnur| REPUTATION QOuality—Best. Prico—Low)
to fits dally round of Industry and | journal, atiows himeelf to adniit im-

commotion. plicit faith ja the Queen. BY KEEPING UP ITS MANuFACTURED BY

"I confess,” he writes, ‘toa weak-
bess for that good tady. Sho isthe
only royal person ave ever fe
fustly so too, for this beautiful island who looks tia healthy human belpg.

Discove: Day ay akens the patel.
otic pride: of rere Trinidadian: and

Re ee a eee ates sem aetagrenha Lh tercgehiireeies we



Standard of Quality! he ‘Trinidad Shipping and Trading Go., Lmtd

FRESH SHIPMENTS

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. < of the West has fustified ite existence .
450 Acres fin tho Ponat Rock District, | som’ every steaipoine, “Bocas | sional wecais ere Bees we eet 2
wee a sauntered own Matine Square, Just &fsome woman, or w a Scotland —B\ EACH R | N | .
EAR to Me Mevea’s Estate. Fertility too wall koowa 4 need description, J fe days ago 2 could not help fooklag | would be called a bonnie woman, x STE j { F. C RY
‘nn Tae Morne Diadie Cyaveey Utoad G ant gurbsce toad), traverses these ae estan ee tanely of Chri ' pee hea, 08, pvery hand that abe isa GLAsSGow ; STEAMER, DA D CH oco LATE A I 0
ods. air acreags ig set apart for pasture ant Buildlags arena one side, and § jorn the bro my th . es —t——— :
the ealtiva fon ig oa bath das of theroal, Caere are aboat 37,00) young cocos | coverer’ looked ta the Slate great Dis. ment sa Ufa women of ontaene wi Sold by all leading J°o Jers, and Manufactured by A, SOUBLETTE st No, 15,Park bly Poct-ol-Spain,

trees in the bands of 42 relicbla contractors All cultivation ia good order, There

areals) about 3,00) yorcg Havestrees. Tals will make one of the finsst cocoa

acd Rubber estates in tthe Island, acd with very little troable, as there will be

pisate neat yosr to cultivate oll the rest of ths liad, aad costractors are to be ha
abundance, -

Chiof Reasons for Selling

These Lands are too fae from tie Swaer's priacipal eatste ia the district to be
Worked with it, ‘

with {ts scanty growth of ornamental J tn h t
fants, In finagioation, I thought to sneer heceell tint tas donee a
Jolumbus winked at ine and valid: “1t | tirmaly and Lo some purpose,

is any destiny, old chap aa Spain T
“To sea her with her children, aa 1
tated me, sa the people of Trintded | iaye” and to note her hearty laugh

age ccting torards, og tatoet;, Wand the perfect conidence eying fe
parent resignatgon to hls fate, belied tween mother and sons, ia ell the
the fdea that he should complaln; aod [| [fT f vt her womantiness,
so, my thoughte then were whether De u re traged of her gitl-
the Town Board would find It eonve- f joo i is not to aon ered at that
nient, some time beforethe anniver | 8be shows something approaching
mary of Discovery Dey comes round, to gonteropt forthe gewgaws of society
deck bi:n out jn a decent coat of green hae

Int. It would, atleast, keep up a But I am wondering. If all the
pearance, snd like the Bathedian'who | Counsellors fall Kiog George,
generally takes the statue'of * Neleon
on the Green” as the starting point of

first class shopkeepers in all parts MY CHOCOLATE tspreparel bys spectal and ecleatifio process which Lasare
of ite t clony, qvery battle has iM fs comprets rorabiht and sate forth the oxqulsite aromt of the ‘Come. beans
le Og Free from a. oreiga Sa vstances, od made from the Cacsd selec! beans
sulo Tan Bee ane ombossoul en gee ouly delicious, bat oe a nourisbm nt it is waorivalled, Puotup ia i, gb, 2 and 50
‘able agra, :

BOE SEEYOU GET THE CENUIHE | To bo bad trom the following Groceries ;-NTEPHENS, Lro., CALEDUNIAN
tf 7” GROCERY GOODINGS, J, F, REIS (New “York Establishment), MARQUEZ
REVOLVER STOUT. STANDAUD, and from Shopela own and country dist

tae ag A i

¢

tiote
A. BOUSLEITE,

NE EA OT St

Port-ol-Spaia,
gist homie _



art,

APPLY TO
OTIO KAUCLIFFE CLARKE,
du'y Wthe Queen will not fail bin, and it" int be

well for him if he gives warning var to
her counsels,”





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Â¥ 7 the geography of Bridgetown and as aes
% « The Royal Mail | ts, scossphy, of itidectorn and # | «The men who looked best and who , ,
“ ah Cc Trnidedians would look up to old were dignified and at eave everywhere A ’ f Hl R { { 1911 MEachacdo Sz 4
a e e. 8 Steam acket O, | Columbus with a glow of honest pride | 4” the time were the aucient | ALTCSIS G1 19050 hale i0r i) j
' * Tandsays We thank you, old gentle ra. Theie robes made one think of ‘
SS Ean fot pane ereiégecanay your | in en sere at Yao be paid at the Towa Hall. JOLG ARS & CIGARETTES :
Ci rntiis (Gubak” Jhciatce, Ook, Cartugtga Pend Hho! Colombia on Mone wii e ~ ATEPAYERS are hereby notified al GULD BIEDALS of the bigh j
tills (Ou! aualca, lon, Carlageos, an to Colombia on Non+ . hi h —_—_ ¥ aro he notifle ave secure of the est award.
y 2ith July, and will leave the next dey for Southampton via Barbados, St. seer ns Mat the shoes ot Spain R that House Rates for IVIL, unpaid | yxbibited, Thooaly CIGARS and CIGARETTES, awardee ety w weet ‘
ichaele (Azores) and Cherbourg, taking passengers, catgo and mails, dad and the uisjor number of hlauds on the ith June 1911, together with the Jamaica Internationa! Exbibition, 1801, .
sees hnde® will leave the St, Vincent Jetty, ati p.m with passengers for of the Antilles, 1 bave often been pur: SURCERY WITODUT PAIN BUT the wtatutory Increme of i percent ; = Machado's Cigers and Cigarettes are for smokers of culture and discorniog teste :
Passeagers are specially notified that a baggage lighter to bs despatcbed to zled over Lie absence vf ot, vernecular o que fa quality and sroma, ze
the homeward mail will leave Ube Ht. Vincent Totty ar 1 paw, ou the day of sail of that fine © id laugae as ‘bye FULL SENSES. athe roperties in reepect of which annot he vereliedver sad blending of MACHADO'S CIGARS & CIGARETTES
sod pisvengers are therefore requested Lo wee that theie baggage is sent | Cone times, audasa keeprake of the A medical Writes to the - Lan- | Such rates, with the statutory percen- . ba .
down before that hour. eruic exploite of the haughty Don, ye nlereutlog nena Chissen, | tse remain UNPAID ON THe 16TH B & J.B. Oo °
BAGANTIA, eaday 25th July and will lvave the same day at 5 pin for Caru: | ofthe Mrench tongue, which is kuown cnse veins, u injection of stovaine ie rer mine Towa Board (Amend. —_ sitboor Street Jamsica>



pano, Pampatar and La Gusyra, taking passsogers, cargo aud wm.



far and wide aw the creole language of } was made at the bave of thespine, ant











ails,
Tuetender will leave the Lighthouss Jetty, Qacen’s Wharf, at Sp.m. with | tne West ladies, I can account for ita o ment) Ordinance, 1910. ~
Parsvngersfor the ** Balantia ™ hold upon the le of Grenada, Bt, | S{¢? five minutes tp, sensation to a JOSEPH ARNOLD LAMY, snd : ws
for ihe Beggage Jighter leaves the St, Viucent Jetty at Z p.m, with beggage | pucia, ‘and. the’ other jslanda over eee te fet of the prevent: 7 i tows Clerk & Treasurer, Trini ad Government Railways and Sisamers.
Ovrgo for the! Ualantia’ vill be received upto 4 p.m. on Monday 2ith Jal which the Hrench once dominated, but ings, sud having the sery tees sof two Moret Spala. J
QYRESThe ie a. =Tyae will lenve here on Wednesypy oi Fay, taking | colour of old France ever floated ta | fp one ininutes through lx Itchtons. let July, 1011, .
cai ge fur Uavre, London and Continental ports. sovereignty over the Land of thel within « mloute or saof Injections . . Ne . .
EST Tie Ra, ccheae? Te auy ve cae Soarpogi, Yn Ting | Maney pA gavel eats | emma neebnte accord by Wolic Hohaay, Uiscovery Va
urg, Sth a ugust an i t .
ve the sine dey for Now orksele Pio. Golombla, Uartagena, olen, Jamaica | game of football over the destinies of tablagepoestesion of the’ lower Ato bs INSUK ANCE y 1
end! Aatills (Cubs) tain Jat class asian ere gay. car, co acid malls, th thet petals’ gpd the former bas jefe us abd ili Theve soon became dou!
e tender wil leave the Lighthouse Jetty, Queen's arfatd pm, W * I nal a pleasurable sense of ease vas
So nee, buthow has it come to take FIBE RISKS on all kinds of Beee .
Pasecogera for the * Treat such a root in the national [fe of Tiia< which fe dmacylt of description and 8 perties accepted by Mi ° N DAY; Stat J u LY, 1911,



Passengers are gpeclally notified thet a bagzage lighter to be despatched
to the outward mail will Jeaya the St. Viucent Jetty at 2 pm on
{he day of calling. and passeugers are therefore requusted to see that their

age iysent down befure that hour.
A.wLoe 3. *Dsleutia is due here fcvm Venezuciaa ports led
B Monday Sist July and wilt Jeave the nezt dey for Grenada, St, Vincents
Lacia, Domiuics, Montserrat, Antigua, Nevis and St. Kitts, taklog passen:
gers, cargo and mallax, .

The teader will leave the Lighthouse Jetty, Queen's Wharf ‘at 5 p.m, with
passengers and their baggage for the “Balantia.”

Osrgo for the “Balsotia’ will be received only up to 4 p.m, on Monday

was augroented by the reclining pos
ith.the h and shoulders in

ThoRorth Brilish & Mercaglile oO” the above date, all Crdinary Pasgonger and Local Weot way Trains
will rua ag usual, A Mid-dsy Traia will also te run on the Taba
INSURANCE CO LTD quite Lino, connecting with the Yowo and Up Main line Trains.
eucmbitemen au0w Workmons Tickots will not be issued on thie date,
Retura Tickets issuod botweea Friday, 28th Jul ”, ‘and

“Wo are now propared to accept | Monday, 3lst July, inclusive, will bo available up,to, Tusods ,
risks on the Oil f ialds, ¢e, on Dore August Ist. Rit Seer

educated classes have laterlald the f anxiously awaited, Chough, tn fact, it
harsh gutturals of the Anglo-Saezon | neoded Dot to be, for thes linens eee.
tongue with Its sensuous sweetness, [sure of the knife felt only like a firm
ynaking ao Idiowatic pepper-put that | lead pencil stroke, . . All the pressure
tickles the seusibilitics of the ultra- impulses, though doubtless dulled,
Britou, whoa boast is “thet be | ere felt to accompany manipulations
of the ilmb, and were experienced as
little pulle and pushes, mingled with

few years’ sojourn ia Great Britain, | the slightest of prickings (like a gntle
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a ee foones back ta his little home and ' , . . ‘
ERUICE,—The IMLS, “Derbico” will leave hereon Tuceday lst August | hearlog the language of bre youth once und ihe only ieelineeexceptone olen: | ticks, Motor, Kagino and Boiler Guty Steamens, 8an-Feunawo0-Ceoav.—The 8%, Naparims
for Demerara, taking passsengers, rargo and mal more spuken, twitle his moustache in | which led me to reuilud them thatthe | Houses, Refioerios, Residential [and 8&8, Puria will run as usual on Discovery Us
‘She tender willleave the Lighthouse Jetty, Queen's Whgrt at 1 pur, with | hypocitical conterops of Ita common | lotion was & hot one, and belied one’s ters aud oth ty, Oil . : y:
péssengers and their baggage for the * Berbice.” naage, bot In his heart of bearts he { sense of possening alimb of leather. [QUaTeKS ant thor property, Ui Goons Taatwwx—Goods Trains will bs run on all Lives oa
Carga forthe “Berbice” will be received onty up fo ¢ pm.ffon Mondsy } full well knows and appreciates the |] jusintained « conversation withthe | Lauke ani thoir contants eb Faturday, 29th Jul No Goods Trai itl .
et July * | homely ties of affection that tind the | gnwethetist unhampered by any indis- — July 3 t b t - following da: ios will be run of Mooday, .
average West Indian to the patols | position, and the only other feature} GLAIWS PROMPTLY SETILED [vu Stee bus on tae following y All lings will be served as usual, {
elec nes jeeruratie ®e ne read} reer Bole Agente for Fir Departurent :
- ju ui 6!
Fert Salllog to Europe. Next Sallings for Garapano, FAm-} arb Yotico have swooped down upon | red to.!—dclence BYtings, tn Trinidad . J, W. TOMLINSON, ‘
* eo 2 +
CLYUE | QSth patar, and La Guayra. upon their heels, have for years been —_—— The trinidad Ehipping & Trading Acting General Manager,
“ ATRATO" , ih August | BALANTIA . oe Sth Jaly fexhibitlog thelr ware: upun the foot- 0e., td. Pont-ur-Eraty,
‘THAMES ” ++ Slod sugust | WEKBICK .. ae 8th August | pathein the vichnity of Marae Bqusre, ee 4th July, JOLL
STHENT* . , Sth Sept, {UALANTIA w= Ziad August | Let me hope that this ianot the fore | MuUCTARN CAUSES DEATH MARINE INSURANCK effectod ov Cargo L '
“MAGDALENA ! . WibBepr | UEHBIC I +e ww Sth Sept. runner of a ftanking movement against " Bpecla (Gold or Biver) aod Kegtatered SSS ne ee, -
CLYDE bOctober | BAKBIGH ee oe oe aT oe ice saan locality, ‘Thee | _Hoery Dx live, aged forty-three, a Post, by THE BARBAD ‘4
SRTRATO" “~~ BiarDeteber | UAHBION poor peo fhe demopeltan chara on hea veneers | | THE OCEAN : OS iz
uDok, 6 u
* met Li Trinidad and [tard for dinner, Howe of the MU FUAL LIFE AS : -
CIRCULAR TICKETS. Eeuptrhce ul pte ee | ema tnt ee oom ana by |MARIME JRSURANGE 0, LTD
First Class tickets are {esued from Trinidad to Bouthawptoo via New York, It, AE eed hey erst to re removed, that beunorr! age of the beein was |OAPITAL =o oe oe Br 00,000 .
na beck. (ditect to Trinidad or vice veraa foe an inclusive fare of £0 by fet it be done fa a paternal sort of way, the cause of deat RESERVE om oee ne £200,000 Results of th . . . :
@ be: ia verea *
e vipensers of tue. ‘Americas, Atlantic Trausport, Cunard and White Star House rep ten are peels ea sive ~ | Agentsc-THE TRINIDAD SUP Cash Sur lu OA nt ending Slat Decr., 1910, |
OSs,
‘Those tickets are available for £2 monthe from date of issue and perusleion them = Aberal eurply of rome f the e Sromact, Ciaau 3 PING 4DRADING O» LD : ] 3 available for $364, 604 OW
3 be Obtaloed to break the voyege at any urall ports Louched st on the direct ball-mwark ot (he Taz ' ere’ Bounty, it The sumac le the work-eho of the Notice Policy Holders , ‘ ,
il, but do not chase them: abou! fons and when ft tut es °
*Obildren 1 ta 19 yeare half fares, te pariah dogs, or belfeve that be | Vital funct 1 O8 gets cut oF -— Reversionar Bonu
Second cl eo tickets ‘are Issued at an exclusive chargé of £35, th ; J order the whole syetera cloxe fn syui- REB . Y 808 - = 439 764 O
ildren 11013 years half fare. ‘ worth ny et tt fers tion of those ty The eee rake “te miad Liar was ehcted Oya elie Rese en $ ; ° }

worthy o!
mor Treased with the things of thle

work.
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do matter how deen rooted the con

For all further patticulars apply at

HE COMPANY'S OFFICE,

The Bret care should be to restore 3897, @n the bearivg of ae ejeteveot Summos
; - a ie ejut s *
iat action) cf the sfosnacls aud islate te thea Meguuaie, Ke Be Reuticge, | f0FC8 Ht Sst December, 010, with previous bonus additions,

tops and work Leones Juiposelble, (i ber Lowe ee ibe sbit day of jeer, Hate of Bonus £2 per cont. per annum on Policies in
De, Relloge’s. Vegetable lie, ; of burr it thestrg give abe teat wig | UNdS—$2,$68,723,00....4) . wAnnuil Revenue—$207,856.00

ive pote that tt fw)
e eo. or what may be, ft must yield ta | Generel use for years bas wou then 6 ie'easion to be mariled agsie, , .
Marine Square Port-of-Spain Ylollawsr'y Cura Cure Uf deed oo J leading nlact ie ecg titel will | (tijane tanncjay pore eee June Ott HEAD OFFICE : BRIDGETOWN BARBADOS. .

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GAZRTTA SUNDAY, JULY, 24 Olt

repnsitioats oma
dated Bie tis bt balait quite ts






° fils volavance ta the paragedpd, an ‘
Carmphor which Nppeared y t a ween
day’ leoue Le may bs mention the laslin presented. Hina? ta the sniltary
re anted’ h 1d cera ae ‘Augastin ‘authorities and introduced himself as

tate, and camphor plants can alsa y the airman Legaegneuts He twished,

J Id, to Inspect the ground from
he had on saloat St lair Experiment be nal Y ee euee were bo start for

Btalton. a the race to London. He explsined
a vesterday | afternoon at Paradise | that he had left hie aeroplane ak Tour

Savanna, the San Fernando Volunteer | colog, and that he intended to gu for

——— .Y
Vire Brigade Oricket Club Inaugurated | itIna motorcar and return through

ity sige mien ated ret roo morro! FI CS Tit, STO

lshers of th b were in attend: | out toring the ground, A number of
ance. â„¢A test saush petween.ite mem: | ofticlals tod alr enthustasts gate the or
.
RED IT'S















: RED and WHITE, NAVY
\ \ ond GOLDS aseorted Fane:

- Designs from TO-DAY =
for retail customers caly-
Worth Go, per yard....85

ae . MATHLARDS
= JRECEN T ARRIVALS.































k Legagoeugz a luncheon,
bere touk place during the afternoon. D: ng. the fitcheon lm mentioned

It was at the Goura Polics Court { that Ne had fost his pocket-buok as he
fast Friday and Sub-Inspector Thorne | wae grounding at Tourcoing, and be



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, : CURRENT EVENTS. was giting evklence in an Inquest. wed @ considerable sum of money
— The witness vety glibly spoke of the| from everybody: at table, Then be
: “ ” “* » i h cl a 7 7
{tbe Be wate he og tht eenntal | he han ot beet wen elsce, A hug READY-MADE CLOTHI





fled an sed staile and muttered | crowd waited to see " Legagneux” fly
something | ‘under bie breath. The eub> | into Calais, and it wad not until a tele.
Inspector’ looked up and smilingly | gran. was received from the real

do Fairb anks Blue Cloud Church Parade at the Cathedral of paili—" I have heen four yeareamed( | Legegneux that the people of Calia—

the Immaculate Conception—0.90 ain,
— cal student.” His evidence rontinued [| many of whom hed beev up all night
, So ap—203 and 16s, ogneral meeting of the Conference | Without intertuplion. ‘ —realised that they had been duped,
> * | of 8t, Vincent dePaul at the Grane ~~. 7, »
Last, Friday thé as, “ Vikin Sharesin the Guapo (Trintdad) Off
Hell—€ am. ernie to the gulf at Man Fernando Qog 1 have dropped frons 10/+12/0d,





Oases Emporor Frederick Water | tsection of the piessed secrament

at the Caurch of the Sacred Heart,








Mens Working frog

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his fare while & passenger on 4 and the Government highly appreci-
mont car of the Voy. othe case, we | ate bis generous and patriolicach =.

learu, will be defeirdecdt as a test case



wmeton








ee

South Quay. IMLS, Clyde” arrives. fron New
eee + ere means

ae York cla Antila (Cuba), Jamacia,
— Uvlon, Cartagena nat Pto. Colombia, | respecting the issue of one ticket for
nix aden instead of the elx detach-

SH, “St. Domingue” leaves for ]able tickets as heretofore. Mr. W.
e Blache Wilson. Instructed by Afesera.

J. D. Seller & Coy. will
1? the Coy, and Mr. EK

Mr. V, X. de Verteuil, Acting
Magistrate of Couva, takes his owu
notes of evidence, '[hiels doubtless in
compliance with # circular recently
Z appear | is.ued to the uagistracy of the colony,

, —_—— Supio But it therefa ty be the unlformity of

AN EASY MATTER The London Electric Theatre -645 | Pollard, fustiucted by Mr. J. Its. efticlency which [tis sought to elfect,

, and 845 p.tn. will defend Mr, Davis. [t will be | then all magistrates shouid do likewise

-— remewbered that a test case againet {sud at present they do not. The

“ Itigh Water Morn LS4 Even 23) pum. [the late Mr. J. F. AL Farfan caused | system, however, seeuss well-high un-

fun rises e . 651 am, the Introduction of the detachable ee foran inferlor court of sum:

— — un ects ae ee ate 21 p.m. | ticket-eystem on the cars, mary jurisdiction when many cases

FUR YOU Tu Moon rises’. wee te on 7 —— have to be disposed uf in a day, for the

A naval court of inquiry bas been wing of notes by a auagistrate an-

heldon thecrulser Su ag at Spit- | doubtedly retards the expedition with

headto discover why the first royal | which a heavy list should be got
salute at the Coronahon review was | through.





et



Demetara, Suriuame and Cayenne.
Mails close at 9 a.m, ~



F &R
t 5 ~— ( . when a party’ of nautical men in a
Boxes Cube Sugar 5Olbs fits, Gunmabulary | Band ot ube ben, § neety of mati oe “
i il lect voundings near the shore, aod at te | ncuacea that Ne if Darker haa offer
" mouth ol 10 ver, oH
\ Baskets Plag niol 01 ‘ nate andor Electric Theatre—4.5 understand this Is ta conneetion with Fed to present to his Majesty's ‘)
r a oil barges witicte are to convey, petro” Uuremnment four Nalkyrle military j
. ‘ as fuel, Irom the oil felda for } heroplance, a vie . :
; By Aush wesler Moru 0.40 Even My mu deapatch ‘ to suger factories dowd Ing aviation in he, naval and pully a
* Sunsets, we EL pam, | BUH. . eat Oa Ma, Derbee's °
—- ecepled_ Afr, public: | FV gare
. 4 ‘ N f Noon rises aw aw i BU am} are, James Auguitus Davia of Drey- preted itt and in aécordance with ine Square & Cnacon's
. MONDAY, fas & Uo has been summoned by the | the donor's suggestion, two machines
KO J 4 Supreme Court+10.90 aia. Electsic Ouy. to appear before the | will be alloted tothe Royal Navy and = —_
? _— Acting City Magiatiate on Thursday 4twotothe Army, Mr, Barber's -uffer . ‘ca
District Court. the Zith fnstant for neglecting to BY was accowpsoled by no cunditions, : en ee
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SELECT YO U g SWEETS Occasional Notes. Shat- not propert: ven. The salute was ———— *
‘ tering the Empire—‘er- not to be the until the signal was Itis being rumoured that Mr, E. &. a
. - . ent Radi- | gives by the royal yacht. When the | Pollard, Haristerat-Law, will shortly 9
" man Comment on aGi- | inal was given by the Victoria and | be proceeding to England fa connev-
FORTHE LONDON TAEATEHF, OR HAVE cal Policy. What. Has| Albert it was repeated by the Lord | tion with the eult of Gordon Grant &
YOUK Ha d Keir H Nelson, and the sbips began to fire the Cove Neaubeur & ors which will be
-~ XO ‘ appened to eit J1aC- Lewenty-one — roun Before many | taken on appeal to the Privy Council,
wep die ?—Extiaordisary Ar- | rounds had been given, however, the | lt is further stated that Mr. J.D.
shh, ic! o sigoston the Lord Nelson was hauled | Seller (Sulicitors who fastructed J
» ee ticle. Surgery Watbout | down. and some of the ships took this Courwel B the matter, pil abo | be i
. — i ~f* 5 as aasigoal to cease firing, though the | guiog over Eogiand [n conection
Pain but -Full Senses, signal etill flewon the Mayet yachts therewith, Dame rumvour fy alse ° $4] SMART NEW LINES WITH DOUBLE OF




PRESCRIPTIONS . Mustard Causes Death.
SEE PAGE 6 FOR

- PREPARED Notes from the ‘Catho-

minet-head. The result was that the | accountable for the statement that Mr
ships fred very irregularly, fone after | Pollard Intends taktog over his eldest
the other, and’ some dul pot fiaish the | son to tbe *“Oid Country” for the
purpose of studying law at Gray's




72c. 84c. $1.00, 4




correct numberof rounds. The King










. : . noticed this, and eignatled to the Lor thie
lic News. Moving |Newon “why did lord Nelson haul —— SELF COLOURS AND STRI
’ lfouses in Germaiy —No stown the signal ta tire a salute before The elections of the St Aun's Local 2
wl? ae * am the royal yacht?” Road Board beld at the Warden's -
~AT THE~ Furniture Vans Keq Jired, — office, bt Anason Thursday, resulted SOF T P QUE &o FAN
, par wes, ' . see P. SF Messrs Stephens Ltd willcommence |! the return of Dr. F. i. bass, aod
a re See Page 8 For soot | tae temalacntennyaataey | CAPTORS edly Zea Uy DRESS SHIRTS
VTrinidad Amateur Foote | torrew. Every depattinent has been the retirement of Mr. Philip Blane, .

carefully gone througt: and customers
cao depend on getting some excellent
bargains. 3



whe did not evek re-election, There
being no other candidates for election,
—- Dr and Mr. McCarthy were/ un:

It was recently announced at a meet. | Opposed. We learn that therw was an
ing of the council of University Ool. | “nusually large attendance of fate-

» Readi erw at the 5¢ Anos Polling station.
lege 000 be that auendowment fund Tatonnection with the Diego Martun

‘ball Association. T.L.1.V.

TRANSFER DRUG STORE| |- Du Ascites TL
See PAGE oor on “ Irre-











ps QO . . . sponsible Criticism.” Ba- | of £200,000 fiad been presentest to the
pposite the Transfer Station. shiopable Weddi colleges with the object of enabling {t | toad Hoard elections, Mr. Domingo
i . ing. The zee fr hyeahe te a eiy | desilva (Haristerat-lawi, and Mr. £. Ww.
cm Caledonian G roe ery. fora hatte fan au, tn pendent aaak. Ir Regret, were returned “tuopposed. Bi) WE STOCK THE WELL-KNOWN BR



versity. The donote of the fund and : —*
the auwunta of thelc gifts are as Admifalde Jonquiétss, who repre-

SEE PAGE 10 FOR follows :—Lady Wantage £4400); Mr. seated Fiance at the Coronation, ‘has ARTE , OLSEY, AE

. eorge Willlam mer an xpreseed rrespoudent of the . *

The Viano Wonder. | Palmer £10000 Mr Alfred Peluner |“ Libeté” unbounded satlafaction R UNITED CARMENTS FOR MN

East End Child Who | £2}000; Sr, Grorge William*Palmer | With his reception I Londen, He ND OOMFORTABLE,

Emulates Backh and Mr. Alfred Paluer are members| stated: “King George had frequent

ac 20S.) cf the great ficm of “Hantley and | “0d long conversations with ive on

20,0 0 Dollar Offer | Palmer. The fund is to be employed the ties of amity that bind both

Gilt to Fial a in maintaining and developiag at Uni. | Pations, and assured ine that be would

Ut to Fight Anti-Seml- [versity Cotteye, Reading, and here. | mslatain Angiv-lrench —_retatiuns

tic Prejudice. after at the Udiversity of Reading, | &curdiog fo the tradiious of his

work of university standard fn atts, | father. Adiniral de Jonquiéres

acienve, and agriculture, and {t {> in ) Ueclared that the naval review was

lended that the untversity, lu addition | 900 of the grandest sights he had ever

ITEMS OF NEWS to rendeting national service, shall | Witnessed, and that in bis coming

e eadeavourto render particular service | Hudience with Prusident Fallidres be

An examloation for composltors' | ¢@ the county borough of Reading, and | Would have nothing bat what is most
apprentices will be held at the Arta’
and Crafts building at the Victorla
Tnatltute, on the 2th and 2th fustant

at7pu. Mr A.V. Horsford will be

Lhe txamtner, and the candidates are

8. A. Cole and 8. Oliver who having [ing Association which took place on

to the countles in that pait Pleasant to report,
England, Pp ot ————====3
served thelr period of apprenticeship | Thursday night the * :
at the Govermuaent Patong ole, follows Meters Creer oetace are os

HARBOUR ANO MARINE NOTES.
tire seeking Co Becuwe claftmen, Ut Presidents Albert Wilson, Vice-Presi-

Intending passengers by the RMS
“Clyde” leaving here tr Beuthawp-
tuas be wentioned that this ie the tiret [ dent (re-elected): A. 0. Cul i
beurebary und Treasurer (teclatted)1

ton aod Barbados on Tuesday 45th
MK. Spicer, Assistant Secretary

July are requested to note that the
passenger teoder will leave the St.

(Te.

elected) with Messrs P, Robi BK
Dessource, N, Edwards and ewe A Bquall of uousual violence broke

exauiiation for compositors, Uh
e bat held ander the aus cea ot vie Vincent Jetty at dpo., and net the
Toand of fndastrial Traloing,
The latest vietiea of the ims igo skin | Atkinson, inembers of the Comat
; ttee | UVer the harbour between the hours of
Unless you u H nuance ls Master Harold Supres of Management, On the saine even. | sand 4 o'luck yevterda i
yi S¢ ose who dn Thuteday, while on his way, thedebare. * Would compulsory Tae Venezuelan” schouner ww Blarla

Lighthouse Jetty.
y: Ing,
bootse or Uncle for lunch, fromthe fusmaculate Con. Kdeation tend to improve thechar | Levnorâ„¢ of 07 tuns burth-n which



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The results of the General Election
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~ ception College, (in front of Mr, | acter of the ral “ cleared on Friday eteni
Pam trouser straps, you should wear sill |{ Sanus ssrigrse pr, Aledo | Oy He 4 uli ot tn aroaaie | Cuore ltd teengers wee aver | AP :
° mango shin | as ~A O Cai en by
lose enurely this season. They're no aud fell heavily aut thereby x ¢ his | tive, followeal by thecfrespective ray | this five blands. ‘The roughmess oF the STRAW, FELT, SI
longer a luxury, Phoenix silk hoso— || tLieltSyal wit ett si Heer atea emote tna | artmeenapearet en bythe wey tsa srvtes]
° Ol @ divis) . ti eo Wand which | ¥
rurc, shimmery thread silk—cost no ““* gave, the Ceinoan, ction beaten botany ofthe sal Tas Atle ERIOES, 81283 % STYLES. §
— ¢ bis cas ne, Ci 7
.more than good cotton hose, oot @ tonference at the House of | the afirmative.” vole on the side of | Matin Leone" was canoe “hs "
: : , Sonmons between the ‘aorta and — put back Inte port suas to eifect the Rubber and § l
Box of 4 Pairs $2. W Sra fla rue Al] Ou atom agen cal te | Erwan eine os anny 0
ree i t ‘. ¢l aa
* arranted Vaillaments 3 it waa decided ty form | from Caiecas, and whieh hae bene ‘ Inereibie” which ett oe prea ————o | Sy



planted ww the grass plot on tt . evening on her ret voya: to Crt
etn ekte uf the ited Toure. The tees tobal Colon. phe luk? aivay sare
be sald to be fullof bight, and Imfest. | supplies and 2 pemengers «frau Triul-



' toWear3 Months Without Holes » cipal Lato a te dac yeath

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Ie any ir shows a } Pheuader the titleofthe Lapire Pailla- | ed by amall black Leet! itt dad and it is belley tah
we will exchange them for aay ths toennary Calon “| Slihoritice comneds, ive" jintat rc day nrctoing ts utleane oo tue LARGE
‘—— 0 ,
Phoerlx silk hose come Inall thenew thenfaasiegs fairs “Chace conden ae ioe: | may be) athe jnterest themsclves i | tleck. ‘Lue lighter “lock of Ages* ASSORTMENT OF SPALE
Ci ° LZ SB Oulloch ‘Thunisen MA will prewe! b the dhesees, Ani prevent any spread of "From around the cose got hee call, Gort = Was
ome in and Look at Them ,% Pre en The Ope tetas at men during tbe opal’ UY OF the wind
! oy Nebel ucete at 10 Ka ta. | cueeeet anal twductions await pur | during the mquall, BLACK & WHITE )IMPLY,




chasers at Wileon curner store. on a
4 , Mouday woralag in all Ladies di It ie reported that the AUlantl
e Als. Cuts bill's recons attnck uu tbe | tente, ® epart | iui, Coupany is arras "
Tho Lowost PricOs —ALWAYS i [en rnc meade ee Title aoe Saatndad Samaale so toeale ieee bifsers
‘ Me. : ave 4 atusica an: D; J
Josticn Geauthean. In a ejwech at | lecture oa“ Heading to be delivernl | Pru Coupany’ reoeatly announced
iv) kel: The fralges are | by the Hon. HL. Cowper Gollan, JCA, | te lntenUon to enter the West [odian-
i Bes, risa sather than | Attoroey General, at the Tranquillity | Brideb trade and to establish a
1 are Bel say of an | Toys’ Practisiag Shoot on Thereday | sengee and frult service between

fe whe Tushe sclourtel agllule the 27th inetaal “at #p a. under the | Kiogeton and Soutbaumpton,

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auplows of the Nodel Hx-Puplis’
Awniation, Iie Kecellepe “ihe The W.L and Panama Tele; reph
Governor bes kiodly — prow to | Co.'s Cable steaumer “ Henry Holmes*



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Goy., ure in | preside and a ‘i y
sel ig ipa irl a ican ian ras | Sarees n
| tomer ale int adieg er haners Atliend Te pinay wilt Iealude twelve bours. [his veasel will be pel
thie well Knowu and detiads bere: ealeuded to the "(Continued on Page 7
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the house three jackewere Placed which 4
had a pushing capacity of 15000 Rilo-
grammes ay: founds), and a 40
centimeter (14.7 Jach) stroke, and were
operated by three inen at the same

me, This being eifected the house
could be mov aafar as the
strokes of the jack itted, viz, £0
centimeters (13.7 Joches)

After thle, the jacks were screwed
back, ands between the thrust block
and the former, the operaturs In-
serted beame of the required length.
Now themoving could berepeated inthe
same manner as before, always push-
ing 40 centlmeters (157 Inches), To
secure the house against breakage
while moving, all windows werd braced
and strutted, The inhabitants of the
dwelling had all left, but a guc deal
of furniture still remained.

















ROTES FROM THE “CATHOLIC
NEWS.”

Sunday 2rd Joly—Itls Grace the
Archbishop will celebrate the 0.90 Mass
at St. Prancist Church Belmont, and
preach durlug the Mass at 89

Church Parade of Volunteers at the
Cathedral, 0.30 a.m.

Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament
atthe Church of the Sacred Meart.

Uompllp, Sermon and Benediction In
the Cathedral 7.12 p,m.

Closing of Triddum' sad Goneral
Communion of the Conference of St.
Vincent of Paul at the Church of the









































SantaRosa Races, 1911,

TO né WELD ‘ON

THE ARIMA SAVANNAH

—_—ON=—

Friday and Saturday, Ist and 2ad September.

Under the patronage of His Worship The Mayor.(IV, B, BECKLES, Esg.)

OG

facred Hearedtann, Usnora mori | wsomneccr ihe tes Rote hiha ve
fng, at which the annual re ‘or 1

OFTrOrAis: 1080 will De read, in the Ozanam Hall, randah after the moving has been

a sushttn’ Enq oJ c Flanaain, Tine
. » John Amorono,
Jame + a heard Mr. By G Often.

completed, and the villaa stand one be
hind the other. The cost of moving,
repaireand reconstruction{s considered
to be nearly half as much as taking
downand rebuilding the house. -Popu-
lar Science siftings.

AROUND THE STORES.

John Moadtey and Co. have a full
stock of Genta felt hats tn the latest
atyles aud culoutings, Prices from Wc,
to 92.40,

ao

Spam. Ile Grace the Archbishop wil
preside,

Father Wolseley, O 1, while In New.
York was hos ntably entertained by
Mrs. Jatues Hravanaph, formetly of
Trinidad now living in Srooklyn. whowe
son Mr, Willian Kavanagh died here
about two yearsago From New York
Yather Wolseley was lo go to Canada.

on 1 Esq.
Lr, i Nelson and Mr. G, Lala.
Mr. T. Lorla.and MeL. A. Hrunton,
Mr. oF. 1 Wade, & Mr. G0, Deane.
Mr, J. 1, Wade, Mr.

Judge os ot oe
Clerkea of the Couree: we

eer i * atten 7” oe tee

fork a of the Serie. ae om

Clerks of the Puddock 2 .e Me, DD. Synilsier,

Feeenct mal hoes Welton Mee (, Flanagin:

m s—Mr. W. E | 2 .

dee rane lttee aC. Deane, Mire As K. Wight, Mr. 1), Symister Mr. betes

Boxoo, Mr. 12 HE. Yan Brnen. .
D, Sy nilsler, Kanes

7G, Flanagli, Haq, Redes Baxod, Do, 7
Bland & Ground Committee J. M. Dervere, tM 1. Lario, Ley, it de Nobriga, Gaq.



Tit Mizvan—Bnergetic prepara-
Hons are at wotk for the Bazaar on
the 9th of Aust for the Cathedral

¢

0
wWWeigilats for AKre—_COvreole Horses

Organ and Hestoration Fund. The .
oteaiva carts “ “ tot Ite. fineL mecilng of the Committee of} Waterman's Messsge—Those that
> , Ms oe x oe oe 150 Thin, ladies was held last Wednesday at the | are seeking for Wedding Presenta
Pn Sewage RUBE irirter, sete ine re cr | duney ‘of dro ate Were, je
Hae and Geldings alloy = we ‘ : 3 ths, ainteneeg wasmar with goodw the correct Lhing you are seeking for

Just afew downa of our famous job
shirts for men and boya remaining
remember the prices 46 to dtc, Ladies

Mares and Geldings allowed
Zzm ported THroroughb red xXownean.

The stelle and stall-holdera are as
follows :—
Twa AND FLowenSraLy —Mrs, Albert,

A 6 furlongs. 7 farlongs. Amlie. Lady Lacie-smith, Mrs. R, Scheult, | twine Hatchels just the thing for ehop-
2 years carry we 105 Mtn. vee A Ibe, Od thes Meo Cécile Scheult, Miss heul ing W to Ze, Big assoitinent. of
dyearstocarry .. ve Let lbs, ++ HB bw Hi Is. Heheult, Miss Anna Leotaud, Mise | Embrvidery, edge selling owt at lexs
4, 5 ang 6 yearstocnrry 4. LU lin ae LE 12) Ibs, Matto Alinée de. Veiteull, | Misa | than cost price to make room, price ite

. Nybtt_ de Verteuil, Misa Gladya} per yard. A fine assortment of the

Soronation proceasion Post Cards from
Westorinster Abbey through London
to Buckingham Palace.” Memernber
we vell Boots and Shoes also Sewing
Machines.

Big Bargains On Monday at Hen-
derson's; Printa, Cotton and Musing
guing at ic. per yard, Laces aad Em-
brouerles frum Ic, up. Heaty-to-
Wear Hats going at cost, mercerisad
popling 24 inca wide at 1ée. yarde mos-
quito net TZ wite from lc, up very
tine mesh, also another fot of ou
fainous 81.40 watches golng fos Tse
allat Hendersons, Mansand Pictures

Hobson, Miss ‘Theresa Kernahan.
CAKE StaLu.—The Soclety of Les
2 Amantes de Jésus,

Propuce 4ALi,.—The Misses Scott.

SUPPER STALL. —~-Miss Scott, Mrs, Pers
dinand de Verteull, Mra, A, Miller,
and a bunber of young lady asele-

tanta .

Ban.-—-Mes. Vincent Brown, Mra, Von
Albrect, Miss Corsbie, Miswes TLas-
satle, Misses Lamy, Mc. J, Cipriant.
FAscy STALQ—Miss Alexanded, Miss

Mills, Miss Crespo, Miss Alcade,

and past and present pupils of St.

Rose's School,

Ant STALL = Mises de Verteuil (.
Mosater Toy SFALL—Mre, Von Weil-

weights for Height for Pontes.

f weights fo will alea apply in pony races to animals 14 hands 2
ee rae as oe ager tu hands Ries “ ive allowed Z ibe, for every

inch or part thereof. _
wenunattion.

7 dibs. extra, and J lhe more for every other win, winner of
ynativnnot Ie edad Creole horses not to be subjertod to penalties incurred for winning

3 h ert ing imported thoroughbreds. \
Dred recto in meant horwntred ‘and foaled inthe Weet Indies and Hritish Gulana

fed). .
Camalce oie ‘Creole fa meant pontes sired and fualod In the West Indice Camalea

exc wled), Biitheh Guiana and Venesucla,
Creole thoroughbred Lorses allow ed 14 the, when meeting Imported thoroughbreds
do, ry 0, do

Jamaica 1. do. Tihs, la I» iL be give f to all te
Hibs. do. dle. do. w' yliven away tree all pa

Creole half led horses to Pine dee imported pontes. lee Mrs, George Fitt, Miva Matle | chasers,

Jamaica ponies do. Zils, do Oe Pollunais, Mrs. FLL scott. Soares

Creole halt-breds do, Tihs. do, Creole thoroughbreds, Ick-CHHASE BTALEe—The Misses May | AT Mattcanv's—Ladiea hile thread

Maximum welght not exceeded 10 stone 5 In, quez, Miss Barcant, and the Misses white gloves, new shipment, 12 and 11

button tength, 24c. dic, and 48¢— Ladies
Suk Gloves, short in black and white
Bie,—Cut brim feltgand other grades
hate which wholesale customers hase
been waiting for, have just acrived.
Those who have been enquirog dur-
ing the past month are advised to
send in thelr orders eaily iu order to
avoid digappointinent —More Bargains
In Boots and Shoes are being offered —
Visit the Cash Store.

—

Maillard.
Bray Ten.—Mra. 11. Pantin.
DPERFUMERY STALL,—M rs, belway, and
Mrs, Alex. Decle,

Tu Userus STALI.—Misses Savary,
Mrs. Fleming, Mex de Fague.
TRLLGRAPELAND Post CARU STALL—

Miss Salazar, Mrs. Ince.
Vawikty ESTAHTAINMENT. Miss? 1,
Heott, the Misses Menderson.

Each stall wil represent a ational
flag of Europe, the centre of the roo
being occupied by * Erin go Dragh—
quite the right place for Ireland. We
ayo glad to be ableto tell our friends

Common-bred ponics allowed 7 bs. when meeting ball-bred poules.
oY
—=£_=_=_——————_—_—_—_—_—
FIRST DAY.

Caxcote Matoey.—Time lpm. Palle ara! adistance. |_A pri
‘ Creole horses that have Wes erwonn piize exceeding $W. Entrance $7.
tor age. «

2 Pout Saipex.—Time 1.9 pm. Distance 6 furlongs. A prizeof 2, Open to all
ponies fourteen hands 2 Inches oud under not thoroughbred that have never Won @
prize exceeding Entrance $8 Welght for helght.

PrizerA Cup, pre
n to Jrenle
on

Ee Inn imeZp-bie Diatance ¥ mile and # distance.
eR ey Mee d. Ge Diacrdo with Tok Tved from tbe funds Gj an to |
Miers

horses, half bred from Jamaica and all ponies ft hands 2inchés an
trance $12, Weight for age and height.

Aprlve of 70. Open to all
mets Pveights

Anrong the week-end arrivals at the
Boocanza there are several articles
which many ladies will be glad to

CARONE DTAKRA. Time 3 p.un.—Uietance fof a mile, A prize of $70, Open to all P that lxautifut articles to. please every | learn bave just come to hand; name)

& Cw nies 14 hands and enter not thoroughtted, Entrance &% Weight for height. | taste, have been received thom Ireland, | Warner's Must proof Corsets, in ‘all

G Bre rvers’ StaKes.- Tine 330p.m. Distance Sfurlongs .\ prize ef $00, Open to | London and Patis, and should there | Sizes aud styles, Coronstion Braid in
Weight for age. leauy goods over, (which we very white, black and assorted colours,

all Creole horsestwo year old. Entrance
B Rarwary Srakes Tite 4.00 pm Distance 6 fui lon
nies 14 hands 2 inches and under, not (boroug abred.

fo. height.

“The Dehneator™ sad Butterick
paper patterns for August, Qur
Gents Vepartient is aleo iu receipt
of a shipment of Planters’ Military
Khaki Field Shiste, with two pockets
for field bouks,

COMMERCE TO TAKE FERROL

THEN WEIGH YOURSELF “TWO
(2) WEEKs LATER AND NOTE
THE INCREASE,

Ti reason why FERROL {s so
u

4, A prize of 880. Open to all

Weigbt p Mit b doubt!) it has Leen suggested

that an nnetion be held fn the same
bazaar roo. VWillnot this bea grand
chance fur those interested inthe De-
cember bazaar, and Aimas presents }

The Conference of BL Vincent de
Paul has received from hls Giace the
Atchbwhop the suns of $1785 being a
half year'a interest—to June Jth.—on
both’ instalments of the legacy be.
queathed by the late Mrs, James Canip-
bell in the interesta of Jes pauvres
honteusers,

MOVING HOUSES IN GERMANY.

NO FURNITURE VANS
REQUIRED,
The moving of solit biick houses

frou one place to another is no longer
an uusharal privilege to Amer ca
ni

Entrance $4,

eee

SECOND DAY.

B > notcap.— Time ft a rot a mileand a distance. A prize of
1. Crroie MAIDEN HAN te toall Creole horses eligibte to run

$713 of which second horse to recelye $15. Open

in the maiden. Entrance $7.4. Sweepetate $3. .
Boxy Mawsey Hanpscar.—Time Tai pm. Distance 6 fuctongs. A prize of 80

of which sccond horns to recelye 1.00, Open toall ponies fourteen hands two

frches aad under, not thoroughbred, eligible to rum in the Pony Maiden. Ln-

trance $510, Sweepstake $3.00,

& Brwanes Hanpit Peo dime 2 pm.—{ of amile and a distance. Prize Q1.N of which
secon! borne to recelve $25.0, Open to Creole horses, half bres from Jamaica,
and all ponies fourteen bands two inches and under, Eutrance $12.0 Sweepotake

m.~ Distance gofamile. A prize of 850, of which
second hone to receive $1 Open lo all ponles fourteen hands anc under, not
hbhied. Entrance weepatake #5,
Pee MANIHCAP: Thne Aw pe Distance 6 furlongs, A Prize of $10 0),
of which second hosvato rebelve $5.0, Open to all {2 years-old Creoles. Entrauce
10, Howeepstake $4.00,

® ws ee Fe @ pan—Distance 6 furlongs. A prize of $15.00, of which
fa horse to receive $15.0 Open to all ponles, fourteen hands two inches and
tander. Not thoroughbred, Mutrance





34.00,
¢, Braxp Hawpicar—Tima 2-3)
succemful in cases of run down,

red out people, is because It contains
the two most world-famed tonics, «the
medical, strengthening, body-building
glements of Cod Liver Oil and Tonic
ron.

Lit, Hweepstake $5.00, Many people right here in this vi-

Bavanram Forcxn Maavicar~ Thue 430 pm. ft sulle aud a distance, A prise of | kince recently (hla, we are Inforn f down, tired out
3 Forced ta all winners, and open to all borves and ponies that have raced at | by Mr. A. Tr Boek, has been veuctess: ey atte to drag oe ent beats

what alls them,
CAUSE.=This condition is usually
the result of sickness, lorperfect
digestion, lack of nutrition, overs
work of brain ur body, or somo
ania trouble.
SYMPLUMB.—The patient feels wenky
all red out, generally run down,
eanly fatigued, vleep disturbed
and unrefreshing, no strength,
energy or ayipetile.
TREATNENT.—FERROL our delie-
fous cod Liver oil pre tation will
cure conditions lke this, because
In @ natural manner it acta first
upon the stomach, streagtheniog
the digestive organs, cwatlog a
hearty appetite=snd males rich,
red blood,
New hfe, otrength and energy
ave jimparted to every organ in the

fally effected in Germany, at premises
Nos, 8 and 9, Seestragse, fu South Bere
In, in each of which ston a two
storted, solid brick house, Not proving
profitable, the owner of the structure,
on the advice of Nr. Richard Stephan,
aresident architet, decided to move
one ofthe villas, standing somewhat
in the background, toa place just be-
hind the other, When this was con.
pleted the ground at No. 0 was free to
sold for building purposes, ~

After the concessions for this scheme
had Leen grapted by the authorities
the work began, Fivet of all the walls
of the howe to be removed were
wealge) In slowly and by piecemeal
jusmiediately above the foundations,
and iutheopen spaces, broad-tanged
*Ditferdinger” beams N. 1. 2t were
cautiously inverted, ur each wall two

this meeting. Entrance $4 Sweepetake $3.

ARTIOLES.

F~ 4, Owners of hermes are required to pay a for the use of the conrse for every horse
{hat enter for each race, the aruount to be pal it at tine of entry. °

2 All entries and sweepstakes tobe made with tho Secrelary atihe Arima Mace
Bland on Saturday, Av, 19, 111, at 33 oclok, pun, after wh chdate and tue no
entrice will be receis oe ”

2. Colours of riders to be declared at time of gntry.

4 The owners of every horse entered must sufactlhe $3 to the race fund, even
though the horre be named Ly another person.

S Two horsew at least not being the property of the same owner to race, otherwise
the race wilt be considered a walk over, Inthe event of a walk over, hatf the stakes
fall to the race fund, and three lores at least to start or no second price w fil be given.

& The rare commence at Jociock pm. A Sell will be rung for eaddilng and a
bugle sounded for boracs to procecit tq the start Ing poet, after which five minutes will
be allow ed, and the horses then at the post will be started, After the bugle sound all
persons are warned to kecp off the course until afterthe race and the riders have retarn

wd to eich.
All Borses wuat be andidled fa the enclosure pros tiled for that put pos and ridden



i
past the race stant at beast ome befure each race under a penalty of ds of these beams were used, Then tii body,
& The Jockey Club Hales will be followed as far as pt doable. bee Dewan of 21x 26 [nck diameter, the itis remakable how, Ina ver

sutfisce of which was mounted with 10
nyitllneter (0G lich) sheet iron, two
for each wall, were placed horizontal
on the foundations, whkh before had
been carefully levelled.

Hetween timlursand beania a nun
bee of very strong steel rollers were
plaal ia spe of ND centinetres
CUS inches This wok tovk « fort
night. Wtth the levelling of the
fetdations, anil when the masonry
covering of the beam had well set, the
Jae’ remraloliag elite could be removed

e
short time, it will build ap they
nervous systeut and restore you lo
perfect bealth and strength,

Hold by your diugglet,
Bole Agents-Hinith Uroa, and Co.,
The Bonanza, Pe rt-of-Spain.

8. No hucksters or persone carrying trays, do, 9 lll be aliowest on the sours.

34 No Jockey who has been suspended at tile or any other rae coune will be
allowed to ride dwing suc b suspension, or enter the enclusure.

Ih. All overwelgtts of riders to he posted up previous to starting for the race,

18, kustraoce to llace btand on pare days: Gentlemen ta, Ladion I dollar Children 34.
Teddocks 44, btewards free, Bubsuribens of Bdols. to the pay fitual will reeelve one
gentleman's, one lady's and one child aticket for each clay,

1% btalle for the convenience of owners of horses at J duls, per atall for both daya,

44 The messurement of ponica will take place at the “Artur btand Badhluck on
Avgust W1b, between the hours of J aud 5 pus, with or without shoow.

3 No horse will be allowed to enter asa half bred or claim any allow ances as half
bred or common bred unless the owner wat isiios the Committee at the time uf eutry that
the anima! ts not thorough bred or balf bred. falling auch prvuls the aniisal will be con
sidered a thorvaghbred,







REFLECT |

ATURE keeps a deblt and credit

1k The btewarde resets t to LLemnel ves the Nght to dewaml w declaration as to “ that the hows, with ail ite welght eps t and |
place c The naihers of inteading starters to Le post. a , jeperaaiiaien (Fs) , ents) account in ber eye-sighs depart.
the Pear fied for tne alattiog of cach ce ad vp a darter af aa hour IKfore | ested ently on the vieet "rollers, tent, whether you do or poti end
4 An Le eo uc x nthe "Recreate . Bt the tune of and could be easily Ipusleenl along it you are wasting nerroue energy
re 8 at sw L we i“ event nthe neantiue, for he dulance rough eye-strain you must pay for
Tiioa belay sddernad Irivnlous, o vexatious, will be forfelted te ye Teae fonda the house lund to pasa, « onerete founar wlth Nntereat io pour thin ia and

ons ad been built, which were ren:
dered absolutely les) and were covered
with beans and iron plates ini suche
way that there were four tracks on
which the how ooukl be raed along.
oe pevlaniaAies aceamplinhed, the
wo vont of fhoveng the howe
win. Pot this par pone a thriust-

block wassactened lo lie Niadinsglona ters
(ruguers), ened between these belle: and

ES

“TAKE JT ATTHE START’

Of the trouble, and there will be no

Lf otherwise will Le returned to the objector.
b “tw, Fwo grooms’ tickets ouly, which must le worn in the hat, be allowed for each
Orne.
; tio Aaa onary me “ue " all vatters connec Cant with theae
« Ap ‘ with huuber will be provided forcsch lose whom owuer will
required to deposit 4 shitting» wt the Cave of euliy oi f :
he reve 10d te eo tara” pe tine of euisy ful une of satus, whih amouat
2 Tenders for the hin of (hy Savannah Gate aad Bar tinder the stat for the two
days of the rmcen will la nce redion Un day of cntriisat the Mace Blated up te 38h
The saaunt Lo he pall by the person 4 bone tender bas lyen accepted at Uke sais tne

and +
¢ btewards reserve lu thos bas the sight torus 8 Pad Muted
i. Al Joukeys sidlug ln Usem races will be ng to be leetned, ard must
epul tw the bearvtar) for their Vieeuse nut later than Wedocuday. August Mah 4
icket gf wluniesion will be provided, without wbhlol no jockey will tee allowed inside

digesting departments What about
youreys! abont your glasses, arethey right? If
in doubt consult us and we will do
the needful,



We supply the best in Leases, [i
Sign vlenses—a speolality —Frawes, Xt.
at wuet moderate rates,



Na NW, Bes Entrance to the comune onthe nee day, an ae fullawe Sab cher car | trouble Lasgo Fa —_ —
Tages an saddis Tobuliug Now vubeccil . ot Panoue While Pin
we © Sales pedile crbcMlage et sec tine of cuteriug Stewards Proce | Ut" orees | comes Sytup, Mas army bundrede of LEO D. FITZWILLIAM,
. HARRIS C. BERNARD, conte, lo be bad only from 24Bt. Vineept Btree, Optomstslet,

LAINGS PURE DRUG STORE

Hon. barsary, Port of: pals

{tti, PORMORSPAIN GAZHItE SUNDAY JULY 98, 11.

papal
THE FOLLOWING PROPERTIES: —

new Tucuche Roa

land
New Cocoa Drylog

below,

2A PARCEL OF 10 ACRES, 1 ROOD,
37 PERCIILS, situate at Lalxp.
adj ning Mr,

S quarreca, partly planted In Cocoa, an
situate At Arouca;
the Little Aroues Ilver--Hearing.

Ing
Caura, having
2.00 Half Cocoa Trees,
also 100 young Rubber
Cocoa Drying Monae,
dwelling felow of native timber, 4,000

bearing trees in hands of Contractors.
Carriaxe Road op to very near the
‘atate,

gtuate nt Cantaro, Santa Cruz, favourally
Altuated equally on billand fist land, wit!
four streams mening through the Estate.
there f+ 7379 Full

A





FOR SALE. ‘THE LNDON ELECTRIC THEATRE:
WOODBROOK, Port-of-Spain

[Oce minhte from the * Four Iuadsâ„¢ Car, :
New Pictures every Slonday and Toureday—sverytnlog as fa London,
























































L-"SAN, FRANCISCO" | ESTATE,
lanted In Cocoa, dituate on the Tucuche
toad, Guara. 15 quarrees of land. The
Passos through thin
ropenny , there ia about 3,000 full bearin,
ATrees on this property, balance o!
In hand ot f Contractors, Also
Louse, with dwelling











Cuara,
Agoatint, planted Io

~liearing.
3-A PARCEL OF LAND, comprising






also well watered by

4. -* BUEN VISTA® ESTATE, comprie
acres, situate at Munue:

i150 Bearing Cocoa Trees,
Ow Small Trees;
reea, There le ®
B0x13 feet, with

TWICE DAILY
AT 6.15 PM. AND 845 PM,

Tc-Day, Sunday 23rd,

THK CORONATION

3xn & EPs ta,

THEPICIURE THAT HaS COST $24,000.08.

Also the following Magnificent Subjectei—

5," EL RETIRO" ESTATE,” 41 Acres,



pearing Cocoa Trees,
with Ley Tonca Bean Trees, one Cocot
Drying House with Dwelling below—
native tluber,

G—" HEAUSRIOUR ESTATE,” &
Acras, situate at La Canosa, Santa Cras,
well situated and well watered } new
Cocoa Dring House with dwelling below,
haying over 7,000 fault hearing Coroa Trees.

7 TWO PARCELS OF XD, com:
prising 5 acres and 16 acres respectively,
and adjvining each other, asitaste at
Chaguanas, auc bounded by the Estate of
the late A. FE. Hendrickson.

*&—'* POCG POCO" ESTATE, situate nt

Maraval, comprising 13 ha acres
TOO eee Ae oa Ate Dae WINNING Ways
& -A PARCEL OF LAND planted in WAIT TILL 1 CATCH YOu,

Cocoa. situate at Moruga (In the oll range)
comprising 15 acres.

10-A PARCEL OF LAND planted in
Cocoa, comprising 6 Acres, situste at

LOST-- The Earthquake picture).
THE MAKING OF BILLY BROMWN,





Say Grand
ATARCEL OF LAND vlanted tn MONDAY, 24th July.
Coa, comprising 2 quarrees, with fall it
trees. ‘Situate at | “TILE CORUNBEION.°

Yearling atd poung
prec Wort, opposlie to Dr. Mcdbine’s
estate,

12) PROPERTY known as No. 42, Nel-
sou Street, Port-of Spaln, with pewernge
jaid on large rent roll~always boc pie’ \<

13 —~Property known ag Ng. IE QUEEN
STRLET, lort-of Spain, with sewerage
lald on, Always occapied,

N—A FOUR ROOM. DWELLING
HOU SE, built of wood and covered with
galvanized iron, Known as No.3, Alberto

“THE PIRATES OF THE ATR"
cto TN
ENA’S FALSE POSITION. * AT



DE ATE M A S-SATURDAY & SUNDAY 41M,
Pricos as Usual: Sc, 16c. and 24c.



























Street, Woodbronk lands, Port-of Spain, —
13.—A4 PARCEL OF AD, sitaste at 4
Toco, contalaing I7acres, planted In cocoa; +2
frven alt full bearing ; there fs a dwelling eed et te be %
16-4 PARCEL OF LAN Ss Togo, containing iW Onan ie aces m ° & § 3 F ¢ A 2 = ¢ 2 5
17.A PARCEL OF LAND altuate at a QaA2p E23 Y 2 eae”
To. _cuntalaing 19 Acre, planted [9 S °g 9 3 Soo 3 Ses
pron —all full bearing. om aw AO kee E Ge f
For fuathcr particalirs a Uy, ta Oo =m 2 ‘5 Ya g ct oa” 9a
JONATHAS RYAN, mM 225 Fes ‘a 8 #285
eltor. "hha & = 84
Chances r House, | Ot, Qneen Street, q bey = “ a 3 os “4 2 8 Bes
— ae ve O FE, as 8 eS ah4a".
. . &@ Sbps
DENTISTRY DP eseggce CO.
. cya =
De IL W. LYNCH A eLPeegs WW 2 Be
OLD Medulst and Demonstrator of 4 &ek#eai gs = as" i
rare? Unto yetnn| Gy @ 2 Bwyd B aabe
DENTISTRY. practiced om modore pria- ”n 6 Sa. a &B é~ 5 u a“ a8 ae
cup es at Popular prices—Phone 33—Nov, wo 225 P “Bes te c 3 a 3
1999. A4 892,28 QO : Sed
—_————~ qgqws gnf2oun e 2.44
GONOSAM | £ <4 cpisetee g 2eay
SAN TALK NOLL | ee EES ge : ery
SANTAL MIDY,” q mW mee 2 2883
SANTAL PERLES, ‘ o geod
SANDAL WOOD OIL, gy S4Q88
COPAIBA, a YQ = soade-
GONOSAN topathem al 2 gzbs Ee Bt
_Vuce Gerirat, 5+ x $ wel aay
Rawlins's Drug Store.) & oD pega gee
_ gS Up aTs
Wifo Notico, @ Sp : das bag
HE pablis ts hereby notified that I bm oud PSA8
eat neta eh sey cate EapE SES
Aor expreasly Jorblddea w& pledge’ my 3 e “ aa gad 4
s bh pd
bl fa a7 4g se'¢
IER / m3"
MERALDO LEZAMA, x ey ND g2” BESs ‘
JOSEPH GONZALEZ | eee ‘
ar
3 Honey Sraver, {SINGER SEWING MACHINE COMPARY
Has just recelved ex Recent 14. Frodorick stroot. .
Arrivals : kort-of-Spain, Telephone—498. ;
a
CARRIAGE HARNESS ——— e:
(Brown and Black), We
CLIPPING MACHINES--from 4f- tach T B AT Bi J
te 7+ each, .

COMPLETE ASSORTNENT OF
Stable Requisites,

MULE COLLARS, CAR .
Se A owes cau
Tt Dh uccéee at an,
NIZE BUCKETS —all of
UR\8$ S4OP LAMPS,

Brass Bottling Cocks,

Or and Round BATH PANS,
Siogle Warrel , L. UUNS—26 & 20 guage,

Heerything aevaual Cheap at
JOSEPH GONZALEZ,

‘Tacarigua Local Road
Board,
Notico,

HE “Warren's Traco™ in the

Cunupia District will be closed
towhoeel Sraflio for threo months

r

MAKE YOUR FOWL RUNS. * 5

Wire Nettingd

FROM3IX CENIS PER YALD.

PAINT UP@

Wow Walfthe Cost with

HALLS + DISTEMPE

Como to ;
(rom this date for repairs.

ELA, SR HETE do OF
J, LYNCH O'CONNOL, ; aan
July 20th= 2w SALE GOING ON.







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MACHO, R, ALSTON 400.

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@ Lumber, Hardware and |~
4 Loe

“= Saw Mill Department

* —-FOR— ' ° ‘,
all's Dist

‘Halls Distemper.|
im

im | AT HENDERSON'S | “2S°°
i _oun- EMBRUIDERIES.

AMOUS
+ 100

FATCHES

4

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—FOR—

; y Ribbons
ia BACH.) FOLIAGE AND

a, 15¢e. ° Flowors



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+
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Widson..& Todd,

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.

Ww ATIONERY;,

JEWELLERY,
SILVER WARE,|\ :
PLATED WARE,

fra and Glassware,
BBAGS & TRUNKS,

CARPHTS,

LINOLEUM,
THININIS RACEKETS,

RICKETING GOODS
DAVIDSON & TODD,

FREOERICK & QUEEN STS.











the

eee

HAREOUA AKO” HARIKE ROTES
(Continued from Page 2.)

on the floating dock and will undergo
a classification survey at this port,

Ut le reported from amburg that a
conference of the North Atlantic
steamship lines was beld in London on
July 10 to take finel action on ‘the
renewal of the Atlantic ° Conference
poolagreement. The traneatlantid
shipping representatives had «a ‘con-
ference at Uniogne last March and
reached a friendly arrangement on the
several disputed pointe standing in
the way of this agreement, but no
dectelve action was taken at that
me,

SEED

1
+











4

Carrying. out an order from Wash-
ington, officiale of the United States
Marine Moepital Service stationed in
Phitadelphin, boarded the Hamburg-
American Lite steamer Graf Wal.
dersee" from Hamburg and seized all
the fuoodatu® that could be found In
tha bogyage of the five hundred

ra. ‘This waa done in connection
with the precautions being taken by
the health autbortties to -prerent cho
Tera from belug brought Into the Uni.
Yed States. The fond, which consisted
malnly of fruit, cheese and crackers,
was burned In the ship’ furnaces,

4

wt

re:

such as had never

The following pepengers are booked | nessned,

WEATHER A

A REPLY TO

Derixa the toterioy bince our last

rt, the conditions’ bave been quite
aptahte to agiicuttural industries
generally, Aa noted last mall, June’e
Weather was made u
* volley * of rata falling day

creating a record of over

- ‘THE PORTOFSPAIN GAZETTE SUNDAY JULY 2 1911

nae a aaa

ND C

LINGS Vs, BOURBON,





THE LETTER O
“PRESENT Day.” —— ~

1



The Part Cahe Farming is Playing in our ‘

Sugar Industry,



Written Specially for Readers Abroad.)

|



sane as ianow takin,
of acontinuous i colony. ft would
ter day,

before n wit

—

ROPS.|

terme the new sarieties which are
causing anannual diminution fn the
augat exports of Britlsh Guiana, the
place ia thle
thraw a deal of
light on what sume consider a atrange
mode of acting. If “Present Day *

to sail by the .
Mrs. C.F. Rojas, the

LE ha
the Baronness de

Espejo, Mr. Teen Ae IL P. tn

rvam, Mr, Paul de Verteull, Mr. Win.
Greig, Mr. Barcant, Mr, Hogo Hoff.
mann, Mra, Acton and ehlld,

For St. Michaela. Souza and nurse, and Masters de
Souza,

When the Royal Mail steamer “Ber

, blceâ„¢ arrives on Tuesday from the

Northern Islands, she will be put on

the floating dock to be cleaned and
overhauled, -

The coastal steamer “8S x" airived
at 9 p.m, on Friday froin us pago with
1 packages gencial cargo and the
following passengers -—~Mesers Mason,
Pilgrim, Smith, and 23 deckers,

The Venezuelan cteawer “Delta '
bailed at ipp yesterday for Bolivar
stith the following passengers :—J.
M. Sotto, Enrique Almedy, Revd C.
1), Alvina, Jesus Tsemcaschi, P, Mar
(nex, John Slomann, Aurelia de Men-

ehake, M. Palazzije., Jatlo Tomasel
avd 13 deckers, She also took away
102 gona general cargo.







LATE VENEZUELAN NEWS.

Unsven date of July 2th, a telegram
froin Caracas states’ that “EL Uni-
versal” bas «publish a felicitous
despatch addressec the Count of
Envoy at the

Cartagena (Span
oF mezuela Independ-

Centenar

ence} td General Colmenares Pacheco,
tlovernor of Caracas, on his departure
from Venezuela to tetarn to Spain.
“El Universal” also publishes the
Governor's reply together with a
further message frourthe Count to the
Minister of Foreign Affairs.

The Courts have annulled the
decree of bankruptcy against the Gas
and Electric ght Company of
Caracas, thus restoring to the Cor
pany fulllegal rights. It imay
anentioned that during , Castro's
regime, he had ordered the Municipal
Connell to suspend payment to the
Company forthe public ight, which
then amounted several thousand
Holivares. Thia was done with the
object of forclog the Company, Into
bankruptcy, andto give Uns ao
Qpportanity ofearrying on the Com-
pany'’s affairs, with himeelf as
principalowne, Tie atate of affairs
went on until the Presidency was
assumed by General Gomez, who
arnanged with the former owners, for
a@ restoration to theinseles of the
entire concern.

General Gomés President of the
Republic, bas opened au exhibition of
Artand Literary works, the wee
tlous of Dr, J, N. Nunez de Osrceres,
The President were accompanied by
General Pimentell, Minister of
Finance and Generala Juan C. Gomez
and Eustoquio Gomez.

7 :



RESULT OF THE PORT-OF-SPAIN
NIGHT SCHOOL FREE EXHIBI-
TION EXAMINATION.

The following ‘are the results of the
Fxramination for Free Tultion at the
P rt-of-Spain Night School held at St.
Thouas’ Behook, Poit-of-Spaln, on
Monday and Tueulag nights last. The
total number of marks was 700,

Boys, «1 Josep, Willoughby, Bich

DYE, <1, Jone! joughby, Ibe h-
mond Slreet & Behool—u marks,
2, Renteriik Watley, Beloront Loys'
It.C: School—500 marke, & Exau J.
Haukerallf, Queen's Royal College—
S04 marks, 4 fanwel Soonda, St
Mary's College—-208 marks,

HONOURANLE MENTION,

J. Dyting, 19 Byler Tane=ail
matkes Willian Percy, Eastern Boys’
Government Kehoul- marke, Jobit
Chapman, Eastern Boye’ Government
School 623 marks; George Lyd,
‘Richmond Street 1.0,.—00 warke 4
Richard Hackett. Richmond street
K.0.- 518 marke; Harcourt Nicholas,
Ritbmoud Sure 1.C.—521 wnarks
Hamnaryue Gvokvol, Queen's Royal
College- 531 marks, Chailes L. Wil
Hanw, Tran uillity ; ye Oe warks;

cts

ye” on the
2th {ostant For England t Mr and

issea Glendine
ning, Mr. and Mra. Glendinning, Mre.
2 ja, AL nd Mrs. FB. A. Griy,

















weeks,
tri bution of moist:

the year.
METEOROLOGICAL

tended to Mr.

disposal.

1907, 190% = 4000, 1910, 1011
Jany 896 145 B17 LR 18
Veby. 17% OW 165 887 L0G
March 247 302 0.7 22 201
April 100 O@ 3 424 220
May 866 478 $4: 578 133
June 11.86 7.24 873 10.43 21.97
Jaly WAS 7.55 Tl 7% Bél
Totals 38.21 2335 31.49 10.02 SLES

THE CANE CROP.

tlou mak(og satisfactor Progress.
The fall plane are considered ‘to be
atead of the corresponding period last
ear, and the ratoons are epoken of as
ing fately satisfactory. If there is
one thing which causes satisfaction itis
that the advanced cultivation shows
every sign of healthiness, The heavy
taina jo Sune brought about the expen-
diture of much money for draining, a
necessity this is Ifthe prowth of stools
isnot tobochecked, Weare in receipt
of three letters from the sugar cane and
Cocoa, districts sof Savanna Grande,
Napatina, aud Caron for inelusion in
this issue, but preseure on the apace
allotted to the Mail Letter precludes us
from publishing other than that deal-
ing with

Our friend w: —* ia distric
has beea or ied within late, do
not mush to the hasty conclusion that
Snterest Jo the Mail Letter hag been
Jost: po, nota bit of it, absence miles
up couutry accounts for my silence.
Well, herve we are once wore in the
rainy reason, anda pretty favourable
one it promises te be if the past ex
weeks weather be taken asa forerunner
of the aemalning twenty to make ty
the half year. June had been unusually
* watery” but it did Fo. and the pre-
sence of more normal conditions since
the commencement of July is having »
splendid effect on cane and cocoa, The
latter staple has been given a promising
stalt, and ifthe abundance of towers
and young fiulé now showing on the
trees “hold” and later on develop into
gulden beans towards the fall of the
year \ pickings should result.”

SEEDLING Ws. BOURBON,

A writer in last Thursday’s fasue of
this paper who adopts the nowt de
plume“ Present Day 7 takes exce|
thon at this late hour to the comnen'
which we have been making from
tine to time respecting the relative
valuea of the Bourbon and seedling
canes, and Mr, Tripp tbe local corres-

aden of the Heel India Commitites
Pircular (whom we know js quite
competent to take care of bimeelf
fe alno taken totask fo: having da
to record the conclusions he has
atntved atonthe subject. It strikes
usforcibly that what has “stirred
up the bile” end must still be agi
tating the mind of Present Day ” is
the fact (hat deductions from our re-
matha “obtained prominence ia the
“West India Committee Circular.
These are the worda of the writer,
and be it noted reader that the jour
nal in question circulates throughout
the Weat Indies and elsewhere, Yes
Mr Tripp bas been adjudged

A NAUGHTY HOY

forthus advertising the Mail Letter,
and for exercising bis powers of
reasoning, he is condemned by a seed-
liege canelet, Jf this is not at the
bottom of the whole thing then please
tell us “ Present Day,” me fu Jf that
duriog the past couple of ‘years since
we have been dixcusing the Bourbon
eeediing caiea showing ur the
© weakness aud‘awfol infimities ” of
the new comer, thet you have hept
eilent throughout '

Mr. Tripp ls taunted with having
candidiy ‘adwitted Lhat he knew
nothiug of the subjegt 3 true but wh:
did © Present Day” pass over, an
potunswer the very pertinent dyes
ten put by that yentleman pame Lie
» After an ideal krowlog seasun follow-
ed fron the sugar cane paintof view
by an equally Taeat evading season
they were thivatened with ove of the
shortest crupe of recent years,” What
wasthe reason? Partioulanly se he
threw down the challenge ‘ils all
upto theseedlld xe canetats to explain!”



. wond SL EG. -
der et Kenrick Bilne. Helmont Ab any othe fir tile knows
Cirealar Thosd—B24 prarkey HLF. & quest lon, therels au authority w
Williams, Queen's Hoyal College= 510 on now, That authority is
marks, | Mit. HO. DUNUAN
FREE FXHIBITION. je Demerara DEY. ja he w
“(imise Ty Heatike Hprunger, bb. ° fh fepdan has co uned in scathing
Anu's Road Behool- 554 marks. 2 we ene
SMilleent Aguiton, Kastern (ish “Perfectly Thiutwoilhy * ie the
School—St8 ural kw ‘ varwekee of Bickle’s Apll-Consanp
HONOCKABKLK MENTION Save Myra Jican be awd with ihe
Ureula A. Hackett, 6 Kose Hilt — auvast ernfidepes that ft wil) lo wlap
£0) enatkas Viview Pollard, H) Altat 1 clalened for it, 1b |e aniw fa a
Law SU msike eifeots, a6 the use of will clealy
All these who have seew: “Hoo danonsvate and ean be relied ypou Wy
ae em ON om oo ra
oat be! weual pa. 3
ners 5 agel Le yoovinced that it le what
Hy whl be required to ester f ieee te }

Night School co Avguat Ist.

a

2) toches ian some localities, Things
slowed down duing the past tbicee
there waea more beneficial dis-
interveped by
bright sunshine, and Ef similar alterna-
tion continues throughout the season,
the growing crope should develop im-
mensely between thia and the end of

Our thanks must once more be ex-
R. A. Torrance of
* Lewisville” in the southern district
fur placing the ralnfall registers at our

Reports are to hand that this cultiva-
ea

farmers are foi

for the Dour!
their {nferlority or what ¥

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once that we will
Iwquest to *crase

rontinue “the ovrver-ending eriticlem

if they everdo, and bea’ what the ex-
perimentalista dectara them to be.
LIBERTY OF SPEECH
we claliu, because we are,a British
enbject and the matter under discus
sion {is of grave publia importance,
even though the industry {n question
is being conducted by private enter
prise, Without the’ continuance of
bugar, on at least its present dimen-
sions, the clock of agricultural progrees
would be set hack fora considerable
time, and who wishes toeee thla hap-
pen! The suggestion that we should
“demonstrate Lo the planters how to
gtow the Bourboi cane” would be a
tather big deal to undertake. Dut
we will tell “ Preseat Day,” indi-
vidually how we could help him out
of the dificulty he fs in. If he will
take a tun down to Mr. Lamont’a
Katate. Philippine, we are sure that
Mr, Calle Nosteing the manager who,
shosuccetded {in obtaining over 20
tuns of Bourbon cane Wo the acre thie
season from plants, second and thint
ratoona, would se him a few
prectical hints, Then from Phillppine
in the south
A VISIT TO LOTIITANS
Estate in the north, where some 000
acres aro in the hands Of cane farmers,
all enitivating the Bourbon cane,
should prove highly instructive, pacti-
eulanly if “Present Day” could ar
range to meet Mr. Wyatt whoisin
charge. After these visiteit is just
possible that you may require the
* finishing touches,” in which case,
betake thyself worthy critic pp the
Hailway tine, get thee out at Cunupla
Station and make diligent enquities for
Mr. Procope Celestine Bernard, one of
the best living authorities on the Bour-
bon cane we know, and after all this,
ii youaye not a@ full fledged Bourbon
cave planter then you can attach po
reasonable blaine to us, Reference is
made to what Waterloo Usine * can
do” antthatit iu open to the rest of
Trinidad *to da’ This is
A VAGUE STATEMENT
hardly deserving of notice, We would
luke “ Present Day” to Jet us know
bow wany scres of edling canes, ahd
how many of the Bourbon Waterloo
has In cultivation, We assert it as a
lact that the Bouwibon isin cultivation
at Waterloo, unless, {odeed, a cere;
mony has fust pecently been perform:
ed, and the old favourite totd :—* front
thls day henceforth oh faltbful Bour-
bon thou shall be know as D 03,
Ament” Then if the doings at Water-
loo Is to be held up as & pattern “to
the rest of Tiinidad, * one requires to
knowalso what tonnage of cane pet
acre the: it, aud the cost of canes
pe ton during tha season, We verily
lieve thers are those who having
rushed headlong into seedling caves
and have now, after afew veare trial
discovered their unrefiaindty, would
gladly revert to the old Bourbon, but
#o sudden a somergault: would Indeed,
look “ foolish " in the eyes of those
4,00) MILES AWAY
who are financing the concern.
Aa though sufficient judgment and
forétbought bad not been exercieed at
the onnet. Du we agree In this "Present
Day"? Your contributor lives In the
past, "sayeour ciitic, “and in the
past the urbou cane teas the best
tane known to Trloldad." This ls very
cleverly put indeed. Well, as regards
“the past,” agilculturiats of those
days wero far differently placed ta
thove of these toies, Having known
how to nrow the Bourbon cane, it whe
produced ata figure which must hare
eft sone niargin of profit fo provie-
tom, or, else the wigar fabric bad toy
gist wW pleces long before * Prevent
day” acquired bis knowledge of sped-
ling cande -Therp waa no cane faite
Jog dojlustry ln vogue * in the past "—
every planter wae on bis mettle and he
who was incapable of causing the soll
to produce well growing canes aba
payin. basls had to make room for &
lerman. To-tay
TUK PICTURE 18 VASTLY DIF-
FERENT.

Wo flud that last year (be sugar fac-
tories of the Ielaud dealt with GSLU7
tons of cane Of theea, 12353 cane far:
erecontributed! 174177 tons, whish le
equivalent to 24 per cent. These eines
were bought at Ushiilingy a ton at the
scales (a figare ne plantation fo the le
Yanmdcan ftuuch) and if this cost la
amalgamated with the cost of groylog
Volates peace du you realise wy dear
erith what ap rnormeus advantage
preseubday planters Lave gained over
Elig He eat tn
a wallag hee bewmulltully wrllters
Pe team vonrviueing — leiter,
Pa esont Day” vihotts ust —" By all
ineape teach ws bow to grow Boutbon
cane, byt seuwenber that sotihornd
scodiings pupar inde atdad would be
a thing of the pustâ„¢ (Itallew ours). The
above is @ mere useertion net bors

\ .

would inform uywhy It fe that cane

idden in some quar-
leis lo grow ceedling canes under the
penalty of refueat ta purchase them
tnlens at a reduced rate to that paid
n, It Is because of

We are asked with childlike sln-
icity to “ cease writing of the Bour
hon as it waa, or demonstrate to the

planter how to grow it.” We say at
not accede to ‘the
writing of the
Bourbon "for the mere gratification
of * Présent Day,” but {rather hope to

of reedlings’ wutll they veer round, '

*

TENNANTS ‘AGENCY,
No, 10, Brendway - - Totophens 161.

We havo Just Reccived a Fresh Shipment

. —OF——

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JuUaT TO HAND
2 Baby Goatze Grand rianos in Solid Mahogany.

HESE Inetruments are specially made for, thie climate and
ee e
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me



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UATROS at 75c. and Bl MANDOLINE at :
(OLINS at $120 and 16% FLUTES et Obs end be ene
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NEVER BE WITHOUT

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MAR TEHITL’S,

The bottle with the famous

Blue & Silver label, |

The house of Martell & Co. has been eatablished&for
o3¢ on two centuries and during all the'years of its existenca
as always shipped

The Best that can be

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js no Brandy





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FRUIT STAND
FLOWER STAND

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FRUIT .SRWERS
BUGAR DREDGER



out by facts, We have in previous
reports shown bow in 1910 with au in-

Y erease in seedling canes, and from an
equivalent weight of the raw maternal
asthat dealt with at tho factorles In
3006, there resulted a shrinkaye equal
to 11,000 tons of -augar,.and weace
anxiously awaiting the 1vlT-stat
of the Agricult Society to make
further comparison of the
results. Again with respect to the
wiping out of sugar in Trinidad, we
snuch prefer the timely prediction of
ap agricuiturist well known to the
eugar work! locally and abroad, the
Director of the

LARGEST SUGAR CONCERN
in the British West Indies, whose ex-
perience is unquestionable. At a
public meeting of proprietors, mana-

ra_and cane farmers held at the

urt House in Princes Town on Mon-
day September 24th 1006, over which

Mr A. P. Marryat preaded, in the

course of bia remarks, Mr.

Attorney said +" Personally

ihought that unless cane farnung was
ished in Trinkdad, in a short time

estab
na canes would
And as if to

ded the meeting said
them his experience i

eo - &
n

his own canes,
Jocal affairs that 10

ane than the Bourbon. — And if as
Afr. Murray said “no cane farming, no
suger industry” where does “Present
Day” and his pets the seedlings coine {n
as regards the salvation of the Indus-
try?” In conclusion we regret to find
a writer of the pretentions —o
pai nt Daye emp coving auch une
ttamentary lan page ing SCUASION
of the hind, woe foots,” —*foolish.”

Only a present da
alinbute such wordetothe lac would

Trinidad, and “ Present Day” certain)
over stepped the bounds of newapaper
Qrydence in making the suggestion he

SSIS

rooted out by LAING'S (im
roved) Gorn-curo aroal corn
ier, 280. per bottle.

Lane's Excurs Psarwacy,






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WATERMA

past erason’s

kK
Muriay, the New Colonlat Company's
ke

be grown” (italics oure).
give greater emphosis
to the frank adinission of Mr. Murray,
¢ the Hon, San Henderon who atten-
~* He would tell
in the Chaguanas
District. He had there a factory, and
thie year (1066) he goo 2.000 tons of
’ sugar from farmers and 2.600 tous from
“Now let us tell
readers abroad unacyualnted with ae
recent of Trint, ‘

dad's cane farmers cultivate no other

planters of

1,000 CORNS -

, MIL

manner

a
~,
- ee

round and seo them for

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DEABERT SPOONS
TASLE 8POONS, TABLE FORKS
DESSERT FORKS
TUREE PIECE CARVERSY
FISH CARVERS
CRUET FOUR GLASSES
eee



PRODUCE SHIPPED.

The following is the produce shippel
upto date ae compared with the two
pteceding years: —





1909 1910

—

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LC 37,627




Motassxs im
ans ok. HOES 2 wa 405

Tierces ...|. 4th

Barrels ... 1,381 1
Res s—Puos [1,077 1 2,
Cocoa Lhe 133, 060205: 11, 720055635, 1 (00)
Corrag—Lbs 2,08) » 4,800
Asrwart

Tons 4 (LSS 77,0 td eel

Mansag-t'os LLL cu
Cocor’ta; No {10,651 15/10 Ou
CoraA—bags [10,012 a JSS

Brrransim
Cases... Holt

|
Batara-b'les 1,737

MRT ,58t
3,535
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ELLY.

J rixtures rofe THe WEEK END.
ING Yorn JULY 11,

Monday 21th 2 p.uwStanding Test at
Cocorite,

Tueslay 25th 4 pan—Morris Tube
Practice. 7 poi.—Recruits Drill.

Wednesday 2th 2 p.m.—Standing
Test at Cocorite, 480 pini—Lece
tuve by the Mtalf Officer—Advane-
ed, Flank and RearGuards, utc,
Dress 1—Drill Order--Forage Capa,

Thurwlay 2th 7 p.n.—Reeruits Dill,

Saturday Sith 3 p.o1.—The Head-Quar
fer U Inpanies will parade at the
Dill Mall atd pom. Dress: —Diill
Onlev—Leggings and Slouch Hats,
Water bottles (filled,) Attendance
i Compulsory. Appheations for
Teave tobe ant to Company Com:
mandérd at ote.

Tube Kange Tuesdiv Sergt. G. Pace,

Recreation Room Weduesday—Corpl,
Bhzzacd,

Recacation Room baturlay—L ©. Nol-
Hinaux,

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STOCKED

Mth PORLORGPAIN GAZEME SUNDAY JULY 23 1011



esses ee

WE HAVING BOUGHT

A MANUFACTURERS’ SAMPLE OF
Best Electro Plate Ware,

Wo havo doc'ded to soll cheap so.as t> introduss this class of
gcods which wo will always stock from
yourselves
WEDDING PRESENTS, and are of vory good make.

Chey compriue am follows —

GONG, JUG, ICE PAILS

TWO PIECES 10K TONGS
SALT BTOONS

BISCUIT DISILES

Bua B®

8

PICKLE, FRAME AND FORK.

heoce, Will you call
‘they are suitable for

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Onuntfiltter-16, ¥redericic Street,



~

TRINIDAD AMATEUR FOOTBALL
ASSOCIATION.

The annual general meeting of the
“Tritidad Amateur" Foot!



—

poqueated tosend over representalits ts ow

ote the cutting down process,
fatent for which Tnow nding. A
anette inan therefore, on ¥ridaye rad
a yist a: che: iy 5
Stoddart, he retarred to. office ton:
vinced that a t ain anle was
on aod of which buyergavautd do tell
toavail themselves of the hee an
plums which would be offered, Ilia
abcomit ut fhe wit is as follows .—I
was firs! eu tothe
FURNITURE DEPARTMENT

whete some fine bargains await the
visitor, A magnificent Pitch Pine
(white enamelled) eulte of three pieces
was the first set to attract my alten-
jien. On enquiry I was told t + they
intended to part conspany with It even
at aaac The other tultes of
creole wood as well asthe other furnl-
lure in bent wood, rattan ete etc. are
Purclusere tect thee aibat,
are ee O88
faa » Would be well advised to visit
the fine display whichis sct out at
bargain prices,” It would be too much
to enumerate all the bargains offered
here, I was next taken down

talre to
THE |800T DEPARTMENT
wheo I had fairly to rub my eyes
Reduction in every conceivable line of
footwear from 23 per cent. to YW per
tent.! And serviceable and
fashionable boots and shoes at that!
“The Winner” line will really be a
winner during the.sale, in fact so tong
as they last. I next inspected the
Igrge assortinent of hate, caps, helmets
etc., that, bad been cut dowa in prices,
were tampters, those straws

Arso- hate, felt hats, Panawas and the like.

clation wlll be held at the Queen's | 4 chance for the crowd Is awaiting at

Park Hotel on Thursday the 3rd of
August at So’clock p.m. The follow:
ing ta the agenda:— ‘
Confirmation of Miautes of last
Meeting.
Reports of Hon, Tressurer and fon,

weary
Alteration of Rules.
Rule 8,
Mr. it. A. Low, (Q. BR. ©.) to move
that Hule 8 be amended to read:
“ The Association to be governed
by a Council of seven, ronsistin:
of a President, Secretary an
Treasurer, and five otber mem:
bers to be elected at the Annual
General Meeting The rvetiriog
office bearers shall be eligible for
re-election,”
The Rev. Father J, O'Brien (St
Mary’a College) will second the ameod-
ment,
Mr. T, Boyd to move, seconded by
Mr. FY J. Leotand, **That_the follow-
Ing be added to thia rule z That pla

% Phe Si ” but—it won't itcan’t be
for long 3 ead mind you the fairer sex
are in no way “left out In the rain.
Ladies hats being marked from {& up !
inbefore going tothe front we passwd
throu
fCRocKERY DEPARTMENT.
What a well picked assortment of
everything in this Nne. Dioner,
Dessert and Tea services in the
* smartest * designs, as also of antique
patterns; single cups and saucers 3
wash seta that are simply favitiag
the oniooker to have s wash if he
wants one; Lamps--table lamps,
kitchen lamps, pantsy la:ops, gallery
lamps etc.—what a fine lot, and In
prices from 18 cents up!) Thad torush
away as the Clerk in charge would
have kept me the whole afternoon,
showing me bargains, each one seen:
ingly more attractive than the other,
lL was then taken over to . .
THE READY-TO-WEAR DEPART.
MENT,

yin .
members ot any Club be not elected There wasa fine array of ready mades

on the Counal.”

varigus quality and of different

"TheCouncil recommend that Rute If of rary Khakl Jackets, office Jackets,

(a) shall not apply to the Colleges and
8 footnete iy to that effect be in-
serted In the rules,

Election of — office-bearers
Auditors.

General business,

CHEAP SALE AT “THE STORES.”

MESSRS, STEPHENS LTD SLASIL
ING PRICES,

GENUINE BARGAING OFFERED,

Titre have been from time to time
each year about this season —what
are known as cheap, bargaip sales ;
some of them really c heap sales, others
cheap salesof some certain foes, while
yet at others. the prospective buyer
could scarcely appreciasteany change in
the usual everyday prices. Any wa
“cheap sales “—tho bare name=will
always be a magnet,—au attraction lo

and



slraw forth castomers bent on securiog lov
hargarins, This brings us to the porate: ar

that at ‘The
Blephens Lil
establishment,

A GENUINE CHEAP SALE
is announced to begin tomorrew,
when, the management announce 4
terrible slushing of vegulac prices, In

Stores, Messrs
excellently stocked

sproof of their statement we were



en



In. this departwent there are alsa
splendid batyalna for children. A fine
lutof evening dress shirte, plalted and
embroidered of all sizes going at ua.
will surely be pounced upon and with
good reasou too, The Aertex Cellular
shirts goiug off at 72 cents can't be
beaten. -if equalled anywhere; while
the magaificentiot of ties; all wacked
at lic, is an eye opener. Some fine
patterns of tweeds and of good qualt:
are going off at 4 and 4s, per yard.
Striped Flannele, too are matked at
3a. per yard, A short visit will be
able to convince intending purchasers
of the extraordinary value offered
them in this Hoe, These are only a
few items in the long list of bargains
for the sterner sex, In

THE LADIES DEPARTMENT

itis dificult to spot the Ine that fs
the most attractive. All are tempting.
But only to instance what awaits the
fair sex, it may be ntione’ that
ely silk shawls formerly sold at 3U
re now guiog. at 10! There is a
specially fine lot of Laces, Embrolder-
fes etc. from 2c., Flowers at 4c, and Ge,
are “ stunners,” Apriands for 12 cents
are real surprises, je ornaments at
2c. and dc, are eure to be sold out at
once. Then the dress fabrics -Org andi
musilns and silk Delaines reduced fiom

2s, to Ia, per yard, Alpaca cos.umes



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his assivtant answernt it and sald the
doctor wasout. * (Vill you fell bin,”
the voice asked, “that
besa gymkbanacoming on, and wants
to know jf he can do anything for itr
* E will tell hinr the moment

taw reerult in the Territorials and
stood over siz feet in his socks, When

the
stopped In fiond of him and
Nah then, hold you

jut your shoulders {eek “Bergeant,”

ee 'ead up ¥
Sergeant. «* Weil, then,” answered the

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4

reduced from $J to $1, Voilens and 1s,
and 6d, a amall stock of ribbons almost
at “giving away prices.” Children’s
Millinery, shaded and self colour

BuarK Houpay.—"‘Allo, matey! y is the dewruction of
Out o work?" Thus one *Jorial fre: } tegrity dnd of ite
utter addressed @ pal © constitution, 74
Eft that intrigue

quenter of the
he had not scen for weeks. *“*Na-of [in

erystallines reduced from ic to 2tc. | not out of work. I'm enga: ak pree never be another Cong
Muslins atc, 6c and Sc. Theso are | sent ata domino factory. * What | three estates of the
only a few lines which have been [ branch?” pursued the {nterrogator, | and Conimons, the

under the catting down operation. A
visit to “The stores” can be cop-
fidently recommended especially du
ing the * Cheap Sale " season.

“ Do you make the boxes or the dori-

£ nora orwhat?’ "I makes the spol ‘
| on'em. int wy aint yer a-makio’
spola on’en terafey then?” “Why,”
replied the other, “I've got 4 holiday

to the Kadical plan,
become the tnere pap
or rather of the little
clans and adven

talned a temporary





























terdlay. They are making double | dexterous use of tne d
SPARKS. blanks,” degrading ats,
—_— **The Novereign

Nurse. “You must forgive your
brother. before you Bo to bed—you
inight die in the night.” Willie (re-
luctantly): “Weil, LH forgive him to-
night, but if I don't die he'd better
folly well look owt in the tnorning,

German (in London, wanting 4 ticket
for High Holborn)—to "bus conductor r
“Tsantson ‘igh opou.” ‘Bus conduc
tor: ** You want wot?’ Germans
I vant von ‘igh ‘opon,” ‘Bus conductors
“Well, shut the other one then.”

Cabby (to street loafer, who has been
holding his bony-looking animal for
over halt-an-hour} “Thanks, old sport

“Gounrin,”-—A father was quer: has been celebrated wi
tloning hie boy in regard to his school- J tion and respect is to
Ing, during which he sald. * What do } betray the peers who

ou learn at school, Tunrmy ¥" The bhoimage, . > Tas

y's rely “Readin’, ritin', and guz- | mate ruleof George Va
inter,” e fathee went on to say, England are to set 0
“Reading. writing, and——-what d. despot uncontrolled ang
you say the other was!” The boy said, =
“Gazinter.” ** Why, what je that,
Tommy" The boy replied, * Well,
two guzinter four and four guzinter
eight, doesn’t it?* The; father said,
“Why, that Is acithmetic.” * Well,
I thowt it were guzinter,” said the

boy.
CITY POLICE COURT.

Vo RENT—Furn!

** Wayside” He:
throw of Local Traias,
ally to 5d Acgustine Sill

yy. Fire rooma, yj
water sarned on, 8
to G, Broce Avstix.—



' gbyes a peuny for your trouble. ession.—Jaly 23rd—Im, FI
Seedy-look in: oa! wah « ~— ata
guv'uor, | want ‘a. tanner. “Gabby | Before Mr. G.C, Deane, 8.5.P. Slenegrap


























* What! Sixpence {I shouldn't dream

Saturday. MA
of such a thing. Keep the horse,’ Bzeoutnu ALMa— Sergeant Holder EQUIRED — For
Yat: "Vd loike to-morrow off, sor, | © Bary Payne, « middle-aged House in Port-ol-@
Me grandtnother's dead. U's me mo. | healthy-looking woman with begging | some experience p
thei's motlier, sor, and she be in’ to als atyMarine Syuare, Defendaut Appl Pee copies of
fe butied the morrow, sor, BO, ‘Ah, | Pleaded hot guilty, and after the Ser PY. Z. ofa" Poe
Pat,” exclaimed the enoployer, “Ihave | Scant had given evidence the casa was Ottice.—Jaly 2d—1
zea there. Xour rauther’s mother remanded ll Tuesday to cliea wit- . 4
‘fore, youknow,” “ she - :
sor, #0 a ahe ald But me mother were plteereuD to pOlyy TuER Juouy Smith Robe
mars wie, or constable of the Immigration Depart- an
TwoScotsmen met and exchanged | â„¢Eat c two Eat Indiacs with OFFER FOR

the salt talk of the hour, ifs they
were parting 0 BU: twards, Sa:
sald to Jock, Jock, ean I'll play ye
a1oond 'v gowft on the inka the morn,”
“The morn?” sald Jock doubtfully,
* Aye, the morn,” sald Bandy. “Weel®
said Jock, “I'll play ye, but’ 1 had in-
tended to get mermit the monn,

refusing to give particulars for the
Purpose of Identitication, The men
gave thelr respective namesas Depa
and Innite, but the description did nut
correspon: Ww O88 ©! @ men BOO

whosy names they assumed, The teal | #4 cases Flaest OLD ry
Depa was pow a free immigrant. The | zee. ‘SALYBRIA'#
defeudants {nsisted that they had | 60 bags OHLENDOSPO®

given their right natues, Hie worsh! Ex Steamer. ‘
was not satlstied that they had, an Finest OLD 200
fare them fourteen days cach at the | 50 cases Finest en
toyal Gaol, ia theevent of failing!to | 2x Revent Arrwaléal
OLEOMARGARINE *

£1,
Pe AReENY or Boora- Fitz Allanib:
th | GAUTIERS BRANDY

Ex sa. *forgorm” ¥

3

“*Ma‘am," sala the new, cuok, “I
should like to ask you something. It's
about Jenkina the butcher, Hesald 1
hall have five per cent, on all orders J

vohim What does that mean, The
dy of the house looked thoughtful.
*Thene techolcatities, Jane,” she said,
“are hari to explain exactly. Broadly,
itmeans that we shall geG our meat
frous Jones in future,”

charged Christopher Rogers wi
stealing a pair of boots valued 2m, at | CIGARS, feest HAY.
Marayal on th May, Complainant CIGAKS, BRA
ald he was enployed at the Maraval

iteservoir, and occupied» room near | PORTLAND CEME

“4
by from which he missed the boota on | FILE BRICKS Us aM

The telephone tell rang fu th . day mentioned. ile subscqyuently | 8r, RAPHAEL WINK &
sulting rosa ofa doctor Shr wae saw defondant wearlog them, an 5 Chacon btreet, a
enthusiastic cyclist, Inf hia absence | ¢24rged him with the theft of thein.— Oth Sisy 1912, 1

Io defence, Uefendant alle; that hi

bought the boots for 100 ete isth

from a man named Jobo, whg sald be.

uae them becatve the Were au {ile too
for hha, @ pot kn

hecould tind Joba vow, ie heard

Te, Newran

NOTI@

TAMIL FIREPAR

ite hear ENTIV Ag

je comes

In,” the axsintant anewered. © Mean. Pthat complainant had mlised bis boot
while; pata bread pout! i all the time, and even ausisted him | HE TAMIL FIRE
renew Nery two hoor” on Ty and searchiug for then not knowing ail Tt be beid at Bulssueer ¥

the tine they were the v boote val Road, on lth Avg
bad bough ile Wonhip believed | tber particutare at
mit him to gaol forthice weeks wii | Uoueres
hard labour,@ OT tHe Weeks with | Menstte, A simy VE

July Wth-leod-Im , §

——
Qood By kz FoR Even. Simon waaa

polsig drilled) with sone more recruits,
ant, who stood oft, hina,
bald;
Ww head up, snd

en



ASQUITH IL. THE DESPOT.
STRIKING YORECAST

POLITIOAL FUTURE HE To Healers in a

id the recruit, “am Lalways to ‘old
* Certalnly,” replied the

reetut. belding out his baad, “ good. Under the heading « a antl
byesergeant, [shan'tsce youanymure,” EP ing «George V. or P
y Asiuith Lr-the “National fewecr WHE undersigned i Fe

uly containg @ striking article b
& write! .
wink iter who olgns hituelf”

“That tection of the British
Iolee vcatieg ch fobabity the

“An Ew ilend, Haxpwoon of

to necificetios®,
paves, tent any quali:
eb quality. tn
, ARLES ITZ
ti % Feaerdl —

t, Sipe,
Cava, Wi

Without Rival

tas
|

u to
contemplation on ‘tha nobles ee
anclent, snd most splendid of bistoris
and religious pita the squalid and
wmyereile fatigue the alo "ef which

SWEET DRINES,
clon diinks in clean bottles,

18Se2. 7






NO 9.001 VOL. XXX
~.FOR RENT. _

OR BENT—Co tiga No 85, Tragareté
Road, coatelaing 2 bedrooms, dress:
dining and drawing rooms froot
ry and wanal ount-offires, Poswesion
pply (6 T. GEppes URANT,

TRINIDAD. SUNDAY JULY “31911
|AUCTIONSALES

WARD PRICE & C0

Valuers, Estate Agent
ntantie






$$



THE PIANO WONDER.

EAST END CHILD WHO EMU-
LATES BACKHAUS,

*Solomon® will
tal at the Queen’
3 Solomon" does not
neither docsheayear ¢
le only eight years
age he is perhapa the greatest pianist

dd

Hs father, who iga tailor in. White-
chapel, hada cheapplano, and at this
instrument the child would sit for
hours playing
The board school which h
attended had a display one day,
*Solomon” played the’ marches
ose who heart him
were soenraptured that the

v
Nuzsle, which he still attenda
When_ he first playedon a graud pd 2-1,

T St,
comfortab's family

Bouquats.

REATUS, Oat Flowers, supplied at
Moterate Prices,
Mrs, NOTHNAGEL

FOR SALE.
WAT charmin

at the top of the Tunapana Koad,
above the Hailway Une, 6 min
Tunapund Station and 16 minutes
from St. Joseph.

tty consists of about 50 acres
o€ which are planted In cocoa,
rubber and fruit treos.

The house isa pretty and artistic Bun
galow, surrounded by gardens, orchards
and pastures. Ii contalag ‘seven rooms
with diniag room. outside connected by a
als> kitchids, ted bathroom,
7 4 actvants rooms, staldin,
for 3 horses twa coarh houses, pig ani



ve a pianoforte raci-
lall on Friday, June
boas

(Over 2,000,000

Receised within the last Six ¥

rps EP, — Pee storey Kesiderce * Wood
J Cotteots Avenue,
jars _¢ large bedrooms, dressle
front and ade veranda




D=it)) on ~Moregage ot
jet towa properties = Will
if gent interest,

26 Krelarick 8 ree’,

t UN aRD; Fi

dil SALE—A fall basting COCOK
6 | EITATEH of neerly 200 0

000 treet, aleo rontelal

English Lady

FFERS comfortable Home to two or

three gentiomen et tolerate terms
Klectrie light. Shower bath.

** Purt-d-Spain Gasette” Office,

COZA POWDER,

Gowosters Lal), d'ni-g and drawing rooms,
bath lavatory, pantry, front, side end back





bathroom detached,
Apply to ALE AANDER RAR ¢,2 Gor
& Co., of at Cobleats Aveo
ON TRNT—From Ju
Nov, 52 and 52 Bonth (
ed by Meesre ¥. A seas eos
pp'y ‘to Mees Witsona (GQ. .
mited—Jaly 18—2y, .
JR RENT={That desirab’e fam"
residence No. 43 Qaarty Sereet oo”
twlaing Drawing, Dialog, and 8 2.
roome Pantry, Kitcbeo, Bathroom and
Servanta room witk gatret

eves, Castillon acd Fastaals
12 yeare of age, man

there is water laid on, whi
the Estate, It






has Iecn lately enla
up and sefuroished. ;
has been put up at owner's expense.
whole to, he wold, including fern r
orses anil carringcs, stock, poultry, carts,
fmplenints etc., ete, The place can be
1 slewed on any evening, except Saturdays
and Sundays, between 4.0 and 6 p.m., of
onany day and time by appolntment,

Vor further partionars apply to Loupe
Anctioncers 2) Sakvilh
Street Mort of Spain, July 7th—1m.

FOR SALE.
1OCOA ESTATE AT CUMUTOD —

( oeon Ketate of 372% acres, situate near
Cuniito Railway Suton ¢
gravel driving road to this estate,
at oco bearing cocoa {recs 1# addifivn to abgut
12,000 trees in var[ous BI
sxteea contractors Some of these contracts are
full hearing aud can be tehda over at cace
1on6 Of lands bull in Woods (10
which there are timber trees) for further cultiv
ere are adjzoing small pronerties
are Cocoa Houses,
t ters, Apimats, Carts etc on the Estate

be District is bealthy ead easy accessable
For furtber parttculara, apply to
E, GRANSALULL, Sotcitor, Port-o" Spaia.
or O, PENLYN-BENNTT at Cumuto,

be gotertaloet?. Apoly to WARD
RICK & Co., Euate Agente, Port-ofs

IT WILLBE TO Your IN

TO OONSULT US BEFURE GOING ELSBy

Well-Known Cure

Kixpreas” representative * Solumon”

He | taloiog large ainisg ana drawing rooms, 6
id dresslog rosms, ki-chen ent






Backhaus style, and though he
never Lefore seen pedals (his father's
piano had none),
astouishinent from bie onlookers, Pp’

The child talks’ dreame, and thinks | view spply to WARU
lano, and hls parents and
k upon him asoneof the seven
wonders of the age.

Incidentally he ie composing an

Woter laid on, gad four acres of
3 alantes from Curepe Koad

Lint e/1 FP. Ay bkeoto loos! atatlog and 2) m'nutes from 8,

Sal he Te

ALCOHOLISM.

*PRICE $3.00 PER BOX at

MEDIGAL * HALL
Music, Music Music.
EB area just in_ receipt! of a fine
selection of Holos with Pianoforte
accompaniment for Violin. M.
also Victoria's, Strands
‘a Masle Folios for Piano,

THINIDsD MUSICAL HALLa
2h, Frederick & 46, Prince Sta, t+

BUY TAVU _
THE MODERN BOOT POLISH IN

RPancste & Miquticd

& Retail
Ah WATERMAN—Sole 4 gent.

GRAND EXCURSION

San Fernando

RY DAY.

RST clase accommodation pro-

vided for Excureionist. Every
efforts made to easure an enjoyable
time, Tickete 60c, to be

{ Mr. George McCarthy, St, James Dis.
neary, § The Medical
‘admore 82, Frederick Street, Transfer

Drug Store, Mr, BT. M

tral Drug Store ; Mr. J. Y. Harper, 80,

Duke Street,=July lle.

Cycle & Athletic Sports

(Onder tha Auspices

& Coy. 52 South Q
OK RENT —that

ith five large bodrooms
d two dressicg-roons aad every con
venience fora large family Apply to No,
3, Keate S reot.—JSuly 7—1m. _

O% KENT—chat comfortable aad cvul

residence, No, i, Victorias Avenva
With every coavenience fur a ler
Ove mioute walk from Savanoa
to 2, Keate &t. —July 7—1m, oe
PUK RENT— Poo opyer sourey of pre"

toises No, 43 ung 45 Marine qaare
(facing tha besauefal Ay-nue), large aod
commodion:, coland airy, with every
modern convenience, fo'merly known as
“The Hotel de Paris,”
July nex; also the store on the ground
floor of Nu 43, with imaod
y.w Bue Crragces Ferg Wile
leary Btreet,2or 60 Charles Salo-
tnan, Broad way.—Jane $0th 11

OR RENT. — 140 7 Te

containing two bedrooms, one
dressing room, front galle:
room and dinip
oftices, water la y
Montrichard="The Criterion.” Tele-
phone 473 or 679.—June th--lm

FOR RENT.

0. 2, VICTORIA AVENUE, —
Immediate poasosmon,

O. 8& QUEEN'S PARK EAST,
Ponession lay August, 19it,

0. 10, QUEENS PANK [AsT--
Tcevseasion I6:h Anguer, 1911,
riicalare aprly” to CAS

We offer the Above as usual ¢
J. ©. NEWBOLD ;

Ae thle tines Kwrate Ageats, Port F-Spalu—Jaly 22

JOR BALL ale great seorifi-e, the po
town as 50 Tragerete











Rod, all well les and beingto,







as in the hands of > For farsher tofo -

200,000 DOLLAR OFFER.

GIFI'TO FIGIT ANTLSEMITIC

Ww. OF. ROB &









which are for sale Mr, Jacob Schilf,, the Armerican

millionaire banker who was born
Frankfoit-on-Main, has offered lo con-
tribute $211),000 towards the establish
ment ofa university In his

city,

ie insista that no restriction shall
laced on the number of
professors appeloted to chairs In -the
. and that no disabihties
posed on Jewish

Mr, Schitl's offer ja intended as a
feeling which still obtalosin all the

(WSCA 33K eE ~~ 284

The Best Place to Buy your Drugs & Ot
PRESCRIVTIONS ACCURATELY COMPOU

Cocoa Clay

offer for sale the very beat Clay that
can be found inthe island, cnmirg
from the property formerly owned by
Dicky Fitt at Santa C q
belonging to Mr. J. J. Ribeiro. The
clay ia properly ground end sifted. 1
ia reoogalsed by experts to be the bist
known. Apply for some at La Jaita
H Cdroer of Frederick and Duke

Posre-sion oo 15th





Corner Queen & Fredorick § r



WIL),
ragarete Itoad

Say wes =N



FOR SALE.

12 Marble Soda Water

Fountains.
GOING CHEAP-

Apply to A. V.

"LABOURERS WANT





Aa the owner has no time to attead
to Clay business the property is also
offered for sale. It in a very good io-
veastment for one who canatteod ta i’,

F. MARQUEZ.
Trinidad Dye Works.

STADLISGED 1877. Coroesol Daka

st DISCOVE

Burgomaster of Fiankfort
g with the Prussian Minister
of Education with regardto the ad-
visabllity of accepting tbe offer,

Gittons’ Carriago Fact
TRAGARETE ROAD, hone “af









THE PTANDARD HOTEL,
Joty 15th 2911,

FOR RENT.

UNFURNISILED,

ELLERSLIE

Toveeanion on the let August—Ju!y 15th,







TOOTEACEE

Lung Balsam Magic Toothache Drops stop the Pain inj

never falls to cus SIMPLE or

{a atl ouloors.3)
=No sbrinkege. No cisagreeable swel',
No eot leg of auderclothing.

erent epi
R. J.J, Clamons
Expert Cleaner, Dyac & Hatter, Awards
ed Diplomeant silver Mole’, Trinidad,
1898 5 CortiBose of He tc, Trioltad 100 5
Uiploma of Mer t (highest awerd) Agrice-
005, IATY of all desert -
boar, clesued, dye! wad blocked to per-

The B ard-of Industral
~ Training

woud Street.—Telephooe 155,

“__FOR SALE.”
NOR SALE - Two amuall estates ia tbo

‘aviog dividing ~
\ -arly crop (both) 120 to 125 feneges,

NMGLAVY COLDS and alt
BRONCHIAL TROULLES,

PARS’ PILARMAOY-—Belmont -'Phoue Sil} al
FAVOURITE PHAHMAOY--Opp, Wash Llouse Bridge

Ring us up aod we will send [t or anything else In the

~~

Large, Medium, Rmall
or Trial Sise Dottlea,

Eadoreed by all who have tried it.

Ward of Caure

Sper

oF

sMogura) ta D. Wallace,
Utfers will be received ty
the ondewigoed for the Salo of a hue

Bosiness Promises with ovt bali.
fa.4 d2¢0a house, ec, situate at Freeport
Va age, Cerapichalass, For farther pai
apply be PP jficatanina, an

FOR SALE.

QUSH and Lavo
* party of the Ob:



a

IF YOU ARE ENG.

If you contemplate being engaged, or if you kaew 4
who is engaged, you should not forget ; a

- DEGEVLE UM, 15, Tit

, Don't order from a catal
size of a locomotive Hash iene and only got @ mere little
Money refunded if quality is aot as puarantesd: ¢

SEE WHAT YOU BU

A TREAT
SAN PERNANDIANS,



LONDON

ELECTRIG THEATRE
NOTICE,

ip,

, d at Rose Lilll, prue
neti Eooontly ecoupled by the Hey, WW,

doit

MOUSE—built of ooncret
& aber, comprises 2

» + dining room,
ent pyaal out-oftice-,

LAN Dsontaloiog 19,500
a measaree lw tt. x }oo foo ete!
* Yor fursber particulars, p care applyto

eee YUE

Ale crom y Sireet,

Technical Instructlon Classes.

ees
E tevond term*of theve classes for
id Apprentices will b gio
natleates Portof Spala on

Farriery - Mordayr; at 7-30,

Batiding Cratte—bondays, at Zan

D Drawlog (advanced) ~Mondays, 7,30.

ctrie | Eoglocering Crafte—Tucadays, at 7,30,

lemectary aod ‘intermedist

1 needaye, a 1.20, 7
‘spogrspby—Tharsdaye, at 7.

Buck bio loge Thuredeyr et Ta

Shipwrights—Thareday, at 7.90,

Aritbmeto (elementary

$7.50.

Discovery Day.

Monday S{st July 1911.
PROVISIONAL PROGRAMNE,

ELROTRIC LHATRE
Will be opened at the
ALBANY HALL

(The date of which will be an-
nounced later),

When a select 1
he presented te
dlans for the fret time

IK undereiznod begs to inform
the public of Trinidad that the
‘lectric ‘Ibeatre of San Fernando
which is advertisod to show at tho

front and side galierfes,

rat and Forem

LOOMEN’S CHOUOLATE AND COOOL

Wizeae ima Quality, *
wiawet

1—Oxe Mine Bicrous Race

thoee who bwve pever won a fersi

previras Cycle Af
Poat I

~One Mite Bicycu
220 Ybe.

vocted with the London Ele
Theated of Por.-of-“ pain,

H. HARKER NICHOLLS,

Managor J ondon } lectric ‘shoatre
July 14th - 2w,

Wifo Noticc.

ublig iahereby notified that I
responsible Jor any
by my wife Jala
no longer under wy | Goreramens Batidiogs,

EO. ¥
18th July, ort eee toe OIL,
Renn

ee
THE PORT-OF-SPAIN

Symphony Orchestra's Concert Trimdad Electric Co,

BME wD,
For all kinds of

Electrical Matorial.

daly D.b—Im.

. Se a ee ee ee
For Saloorkont
(ok SALE OW KENT —lha Pues oo
Comodiouse family remdauce koowa ps

* tay Fair‘ Villa, 117 Wacdiond Sine, New
F yu, with all cons eotenes ive a family beauti
1¢ gdtuatve ¢ aHoule ifsa tho S Cias car,

464 and bealibly baality
etre dghts sata!

Sn MALY MILE Bicvo.e Race,
6—Hich Juup, 0;
T—THaxe MILE
8.—-Loxa Jump. O
%—$0 ¥ns Fuar Hace. Ope

30“ Five Mig Bicrcug Race. Open,

N.B,—The Entrance Fee for cach even
will bel/0, and the prires will be of ts
valseof SJ and 8},

All Katrles cloee at the Warden's Office
on Saturday 20d Jaly iil

COMPOUND _
Liquid Fumigator.

HIS is s special
which has killod

7

PRICES: 8¢ 160. and 24c

Ma Ferrmmauncoa

ELECTRIC THEATRE

pen,
Byeyeu t Rac, Open, at 50 o/o bolow its worth, Awarded Diplomas of (i
tion, Toronto, 1909, old everywhere aad Wholemar@

ALBERT LUCIEN &

Serer

Foss: Nond are charged to A toe
Attieaga, isty conte vorioren, â„¢

Slime garden At pn
~ Coupes ty 6 1 R jJobusoue. Mosvession

Lor rurtber paiticula's apply
Mie qo Menne Syuse—july

WANTED.

ANTED —Four Gentletaen,
rd fn & large, cool, comfort
house, Terme modersie, A
vofiice of this

Wantod at Onco

LTLE put ase dome tis oorvent,
ual
+ pbean fad unmediate ames or

debt contracted t D JACKSON, Ce
O Neil, she being 3, Chulott Btree', Port of-8palo. -Phone No» 89,











rere

Bakes
Roasts,
Broiles, Toasts

NOTICE.
NOTICE is veo that there
Wh dey of this most
oudbro ky wad
“UNITED LOVE SUC]







ey the name of | THE BELMONT ORPI y
Y.” BAND Posen uoYs

To b3 given at Xo, 8, Bickvilla st.
DAY, AUGUST np, 1911,

millions of | Perfect!

Alnays ready, reli- ly. Heat concontzated at

able and scono: t, keetle or pau—nowhore

eee
; Price Per.,Bottle

STOLEN,
ROM the Quarry Gireet
oa Friday Tin dul, Fo
alco, 8 yeare old.

be rewarded with 82,

726, | Sse—Kitche
NEW PERFECTION WICK,

BLUE FLAME OIL COOK STOYE
ailldo anythin

4 etn be obtained at M
leone HU. & 1.) Limited, Corner
whereas Plan of the Hall isto

sega,
Prose t ots of i
Gentlemen BE ees Ladies auton '

I
Refreshments will ba supplied Fret.

TANTALUM Mots! FILAMENT LAMP

ge fe asd consames
very little currect, We oelt

A Fino Asrortment of Fancy Shades

Always on hand olf ‘
ne at Cheapest

5& DP. HARDING,
General Manager.

LAING'S
For Proser}





Paiatt The ‘Lightning’
ANT KILLER.

This ia the ordicary li
locally for killing
It is leas concentrated than the

Price Per Bottle...

Tou Bult height

Ume seen was atthe evroes of
Mylet Lane aad Melmoat « jseuter Itaad,
Any ove giviog Iefoewation to
Civkgant, Wertecat Gow Bt, Vi-eent
te. wHI basultebly sowpeded. ~Jsu'yt~la
emer ene

“NOTICE,

LiO 1s hereby watsed ts
Olatba Sersaviws bi
boughs ever the tix ores of the

ly Mes co Beng.

5 Mowssaue Burret,
Dey Wiver--3177711 Joly Lith, wit AY & Treseurer,

Miss Lottio Mapp,



ot at your dealers call or write to ‘f
West India O11 Company





.Bodstends'
NG MA’
MiyROMs
i despues

Whe Liu Slaex,





catabliebed at Nav
‘ diab dex
Wordle! 5
xerclage,

MONEY Pts Poy orate
T.GoddcesGra i Sb
































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ew ich shows a picture of

ain Fsriocen.
wTiweat im Avery

‘econ and Chocolate

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Gay

aw

ly—Ifoats wash wator and sod AE

ny stove will do,
a

Office No. # ote Virwcent Strest

Y

DVANCED in awall or Jurge eece® CONEY Ty OP

ENGLISN 1 LARMAOY
Frederick Street,

Ou easy termes oa Jemellery.

TRINIDAD Loa:
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GAZETTE, SUNDAY. JULY 23 ‘W911. |,



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OUR POPULAR...

LE Begins To-morrow, # 24th

AND WXIL.L. CONTINUE FOR Two WHEE

BRILLIANT BARGAINS AWAIT YOU DURING THIS SALE

DXTRAORDINARYT PRIOCH-OCUTTIDT CG IN EVRY DHPMT.

e are offering Low Prices, Lovely Goods, and lots of them

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The undersigned are now offering
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pply to The Port-of-Spala Gazette.
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FURT-OF-SPAIN

SUNDAY, Bro JULY, 1011,

IRRESPONSIBLE CRITICISM.

Tux Leglelative Council, and eepect-

ally the Unofficial! Members thereof,

‘ have been the subject of much unmer:
ited scorn «aithia the last few days.
‘She Unofficial Members have alao, as
wae pointed oubiu these columna, been
the subject of a paseing strange indiit-
erence vo the exigencies of their posi.
tien by the Government when the
Jatter bave placed them in the position
of having to deal In revess aod shorn
of over one-fourth of thefe numerical
strength with some of the moet im-
rtant business that the Legislature
ae transacted within recent years.
Probably the one ls the consequence
of the other, !n some measure, k rauk-
Jy we cannot at all understand the at-
titude of the Government in this re-
*- epect 1, especially as the present
overnor baw certainly hitherto pald
no Jttle attention to the vigws of

. Vnoflicial Members, eves Lo thé extent

of surrendering at the eleventh baur

. the proposals for increased tazationin

r —_ . dpference to their wishea, We sincere-

; * a ly hope that the atultude towards
. ° 3G s Dromtial Members exeioplitied in thie
toatter is only a passing mood, but It

- will not have been aeuch discouraged
. ‘ . by the attacks on the Unoficial Mau-
" » | bere of the Council that have been ap-
aving lately iu the press, La writlog

B this paper in a valn endeavour to
rove tbat the present Goveroment pf

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hu United Kingdont, aud therefore of

. the,Crewn polowiee tunder the present

uv, Marshall & co.

of able men,” apparently Bf the type
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of tbe © Kitg--who-conld-no-wrong,”
imngettang-spnenen >

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Agents Prince Line,





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Stationery

—AND—

Mr. C.J. Mcleod threw the follown
quite gratuitous losult at Ube heads o
the pottiisl Members. Ts It not (be
asked) Hane they “retifed as graceful-
* Jy ad they can with « #park uf wen:
Shiood left, and fet the itghts and
« privileges of citizeushlp Le oonfented
“pon the taxpayers of thie impurt-
“ant, progr ssive, century-old British
‘eolony, with power in the people's
« pepresentatives to make theneelves
« effectively beard #" Last Vhureday
Alsu, the isrror devoted. = somewhat
heated Jeader ta au attewpt to prove
hat the Unotticial Members of the Leg-
slatise Council might just ae well
ere sete ret rl Tl te
- ey preseut conditions,
id ™~ ” Tvinidad Jeglelature puthing more

) SOA ESTATE [iii tuncn stich aoc tat
SMALL cook Essig in aera
ee oO :

“Do teasomnble ag fReasarStoed For fonber particulars

t“fopus of Goverument the Exeruylve
n' MoKENZIB & KIRTON,

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(+ Cound, whith consists of the Gov-
~ eroor and fone other offic

uttcden i i nad

“ . 4 forall pus ai

” tamed: gett ve te aelive’ Mi

va nu abeviute waste .
oil av 6 ral

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STHPARNS DTD.



for a responsible journal, profeesiog to
have at heart the interests of the peo-
tle totakeup. Nr. McLeod's Jasult of
nofficial Members nay be dismissed
with a very_few words, Firat ofall,
the manhood of men like Mr. Adam
Smith, Mr. Alcazar, De. Prada and the
Mayor of San Feinandu needs no
defence at all in the eyes of Lhe Trini-
dad pubho, whehave every respect
and confidence in such men, Nor
does that, for lostance, of Mr.
David, who thought it his duty to
his native land to serve the people as
well as he could at the horseshoe
table, and found no diliiculty while
there, both in preerving bis nanbood
and doing much uveful work in the
intereste of the public. Mr, MeLeod
and the Mirror are wroth that rep-
resentative governivent is not con
fered on thea people of this colony.
but if it fe not, whose fault isit? The
peopleof the coluny hava expressed
vo wathed desire for representative
government, indeed it is noteworthy
that of late years the pendalum of
local public opinion is swinging just
ihe other way, snd we have had a
Liberal Government in office for years
in England, which is likely to be in
power for years still, which controls
“our masters in Downing Street”
absolutely, and whith as yet has
shown no eigns of giving Trigilad any {
«woucessions in this, respect. “The pre- |
sent Unofficial Mew bers of Lhe Coun-
cil have too just a conception of theic
duty to the public, we opive, to take
Ar. McLeuds advice and “ giucefully
retire,” and let us glancy for a
moment at what would be the con- '
sequences if they did so, The Gover-
nor would have ho esource but toack
other genUemen of the comunity to
take their places and they would be
quite readily filled, but pot perbape
quite so worthily, aa the colony hap-
pens to possess at Lhe present moment
an Uvotilcial sideto the Legislative
Council which possesses Jue marked,
and-we admit unusual degree, the
public confidence. If the Governor
could not find men of sufticlent stand-
fog and abilty inthe colony to take
oftce—an miconcelvable = slate of
alfairs—we should come to what the
Mirror says is sufficient fur all pure
a, that is Goverpuent by hbxe-
cuttve Council, which means Gove
eroment behind locked doors under an
oath of secrecy, Yet wehad thought
that thie was the twantieta century,
and our contemporary au organ of
rogress and reform! The truth of
eo matter la that our contemporary
and Mr McLeod suffer from hysteila
the moment they approduh thie sub-
its and the fact that the Unofficial
embers succeed in sitting at the
Legislative Council and duing some
at all events there, In like a red
tag tothe bullto them. The JSfinvur :
even goes so far as to suggest that
the Tilnidad Legislature ‘does not
require the services of any but offl-
cluls,” so we are vot quite eure
which the Jlrror would haves a!
Legislative Council solely of Unofil- ;
clale sitting and Jegislating in tbe
Councll Chanter, of an Execulive
Council doing “the same — tbioy
(although low an Executive Ouunell
could legislate pusses our wit to cous-
prehend) behind @â„¢loked door and
sworn to inviolable secrecy,
either coudition of atfuire prevailing,
the Government of the colony could |
not be cartied op a week without sj
warship in the ofting, aod the die-
contentef the peuply would be ex-
treme, We are vot adyucaling that
the nt constitution pf the
Legitative Council Is pesfect by
any weeny, but it appears better
than auything that elther dir, McLeod t
or the Alirtos can offer us, and it waa;
Loud Motley one of the former's
most consclentious political Jeaders,
who pointed out thet politica le ‘fone
lung second best.” it le often Sung
atour Unofiicials from quatters auch
as ibip attak came from that,
because of the Governor's vole, the ,
Uvetiidals can da pothing, The
answer to Uist Is that wine ‘Kes anuehy
wualler (hen tho Unelticlals always
ary able to do a t deal, exeept
when tLey are purely party mulneas|ties,
avd even then they are able ta du
suunetbing and the Seglalation of the
Government te often vastly fwproy
ty the opisitlon. Really, the position
of the Duofticialu when properly ovu-
stituled, dacne of nach strength. Ju
pracdca, where these aie ne direct
onfers fru Downing Stine, the
sicwe of Unoliiclald prevall even to the
estept of saslug ust, as they did the
pier day, from taxation thet w
evidently very dear o | heart
the Government, and C orders do
cowe frog Downing we might
remiod Ni Mileud (et that jt
sowh (gr our gectention hi
ot Liberal ox Conseirative at the

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St .
TEE STORES?
7
head of it Downing Street i i
reat auaamscae Tsai | MOVEMENTS OF STEAMERS. amie -
men ae ik
friend Mi Marcou ft all the talent, The Boyal Hall Steam Facket Or, — Pav It SousEnra 4 Co,
ns Rupreme a! ie
That however fanot quite the olnt, 8 Pags 3. ee PATAGONE AL the ante ont”

which is thata lot of silly twaddie is
talked and written from {ine to time |
adout the positlit of the U nofficials
by people who either have not rea'ly
considered the matter, or are mere
vandala who would pull down, with:
outany clear idea of what they would’

buildup,

FASHIONABLE WEDDING.

MAINGOT- HERRERA,

Koninkiljke W etn. Pi doe bere from Iam! rg via St. Thomas
discho Maildienst. | 1.97 about July Zed, proceeding after.
‘tux Korat D: Mat wanis to Carupano, Ja Guayra, Puerto
Akers Cabello jena Curacao, taking passengers
~ and malls,

: Ueap Line SERvice. OLIVIA. —Th “Bolivia”
JRINS WILLEM 1 The Hoyal Dutch Iiamburg ‘American Line ts dus
Malt Stor “Prius Willers U (sdaehere f from Venenezuelan lorts onor about Jul
from Fenexdelan ports a or about, ath yuh, Proceeding afterwards to Harre ‘and
uly rocecding afterwards are amburg vin Thom cargo,

inaribo, tinere ana Atwelerdatiy taking | passen Soe and ee as taking

ca pasnen; id malta, 7
BING MADTUTS. The’ Royal Dutch Ihe Houston Line of




_- ' Mall Stir, Cirins Maurite” is ue bere » teamers
A “pretty and very fashionable , rom Vencruelan ats ou or about 5t Gsv, R. ALston & Co.
wedding was celelidied yestenday } Ament, Jt, proceedin afterwards it? ~ AGENTS.

afternoun at thu Cathedral ADAWASILA, Tho «8, “Mada.

of the ing ca re and mail, 7
fionaculate Conception, when Mr, | Piss Withna v. The loyal Dutch AL Nonie a due bene frou Buenos
Vernou. Maingot (planter) sun of Mail Ste. “Prins Willan V" bs due | {eave tho name aay tor Ponce (orto fea

Mr. Andrew P. Matgot proprietor of | bere from Amsterdam vid Paramaribo
bie Maria estate, Sangre Grande, and and Demerara on or about Jth_ August,
ies May jleuvia, daugtter, of 21; | (utatun, Cuenta LaGuarre, To Caleta
‘ 4 na, Gu i 0,
ined ivy lerrerd, prupiletor, were Curacao, Jakmel, Aux Cayes, VPort-au

Havana, Boston, and New York, taking
Cane, pemenyers. end rhalls

The East Asiatio



joined In the boad of Moly Matriinony, | i Steam

ine Tey. Father D. Muckian 0.2, 1 dries aud New jvorks Ing care, Line of 8 ers.

FAD Bangro Grande, performed HANIE NASAL, ‘The Royal Dutch Gz0,R, Aurron& Op
nh e@ ceremony, assis! t Mall Steamer “ Oranje Nassau” Is gue *

by Mev. ~ Father Molloy 0. ' hereftrom (inaterdam wit Taranartio and T THOMAS, ~The 2-8. Bt Thomas’ Is

whilvt In the Sanctuary there were , Demerara on or about lth August, | Auuust ant Wi Jeave the ont e yt

resent ; Rev. Father Devast G.8, Sp, ' 1911, procecding afterwants to Carupano, | Harhudos, Bt. Lacia, St, Thomas, Nov. nal

tev. Father Patnck Smith 0.2. and , Comana, Guanta, Tateuayra, Puerto) jondon and Continental lorts ‘dking

Rey. Father Abern OP. The tide | Cabello, Curacao, Jacknel, Aux Caress | oanm pawenicers and rails, et





who was given away by her father, ‘Port au Prince and New York, taking

looked moet charming {a her tress of , “279 peel and mallee aw
satin, embioktered in panele of silk and ! P ovat Meateh Atal Steamer rane
Pearle, | Bhe mt attended by her dar Nederlanden ts due here from Vene-
hater xe Marie Hertera as mnailoft xgelag Porte on or about Wh August,
onour, who was gracefully attired 101], proceeding afters ands to Paramaribo,
da mauve creps de chine with ablue Harre, avd Amsterdam, taking cargo,
tunic. | The Homer firle were Mics TINS FIRDERIK HENDRIK, The | 2th July iit

‘dna and Thelma Maingot, and Miss + y 2 6 bbe aK

Emma Perea, who singot and & of Royal Dutch ¢Matl Steawer "Prina ARACAB. ~The as, Maracas” of the

p\

English embroidery over pink silk, | Frederic Hendrik la dus here from Am Trinidad Line will leave New York
Each cariled a basket of pink sosex, | sterdam vid Parauaribo and Demerara on for Trinidad via Grenada on the 13ur
ad Ate G cepwe of tlle pee a's or abont Eth August, 1011, proceeding July and is due to arrive bereon the 2h *

Wit,
bride; m was accompanied by his pac ‘alwilo, C own OF
cipnelt) Mr, Plott Main zt, to the | Ker Cagen “Porcau trines “aii, Reve re Crom of Navarre” of the Felutd
a 0 man. ‘The ueete tal cargo passenger mal ie ve New for
were confined to the relatives’ PN a direct on the ith July iii and ia due to

TuINIDAD SHiPrinu &
TrRapina — AGENTS,
NRENADA. —The a2, “Grenada” of the
A Trinidad Line will leave for ier
Y ork nn the 18th July 1911 and ts due thers

afterwards to Carupano, Cumava, Guan dul
Guayra retlon 20, cl NAVARRE.—Tpo _ #.

nearest friends of the coutaaclog Koninklijke W [n- ] arrive here on 5th Anguat L011,
: ep ae OWN OF GRANADA
parties, Vutdespite thia, « very large dios Mai'dienst i otown of Ceecader ur ate The

gathering had assembled {in the Church
Ww witness the marriage of the popu
xpuee couple, Duiing the ceremon
{us Diago gave a vay effective ¢
tendeilng of Ave Maria, and at the
signing of the raploter #® violin solo
layed by Hardy.

was p . The re-
Villa”

Line will leave Trinidad for New York via

Grenada on the 2th Jaly 10lland is duc
to arrive there on ‘August 6th 1911.

ARAMACCA.-The 8S. ‘* RENADA.—The s.s. “Grenada” of tha

fe due here frem Paramaribo on Mon- Trinidad Line will leave New York

day, 8iat July, 19it, and wlll leave next for Trinidad vwia Grenade on the 4th

day at noon'precisely direct for New York, | August 1911 and ie due to arrive bere on

New York!’ ameribe
Service,

Trax Royal Durch Marl AGENtE “

ff ton was eld at ‘a Ous'ow i ng oa a agen 3 gad niatlns y Acguat 191L
jn Pembroke Street, and in theevenip The 8.8. "*Marowljne" ‘roderick” Teylane
Mr. Maivgot and” hig bride left uy M ladue here from New York on Blat FE lerick eyland
the iaunhe Crown for“ Villamar,* July, WIL, and will leave tho samme day for & Company Ltd
jasparee, carrylbg with them the Paramaribo, taking cargo, "passengers aud Tan New Covontat Cor
best wishes of their relatives and " ” a
MROWHNE.—The as." Marowline” | Tp AIUADIAN numerous fiends for # long and happy TM RUN iohe Goma Parametibe | DSAisdias here trem Liverpoot via Liar
A lelr new estale, ‘The brides Vin Barbados on Tucblap ecrAndont UWL } indovewsrabout Zith July otk Prooved-
ving away dives was of Coronation | and will leave the same sy direct for New | Ing after’ La Guaira, Pte. Cabello
woh linen, with hat to match, Both j York taking earso, ngere ated malix. | and Curacao, taking passengers
ride and bridegroom wers the re: OPPENAME. Thews ‘Coppensme” | anodiualls it quarantine perrolte,

ls due here from Parawartho on Mon

day Huh Auguet JÂ¥l1 and will teave next

day at noon precinely direct for New York
taking ea neers and matte,

Mé¢ KOWLNE. Thess, * Marow line

i ig due bere from New York direct

re ou 2th Angust Wil and will leave the

THE CALEDOWIAN GROCERY, sone day fur Paranartho taking cargo,

_— , tu SAGA The iu. 4 Surn *

"Dhis business which baa been pure have bere from Taseanariinn on Nou:

chased by Canning & Co will be opencd | day 2th August Il and will leave next

under the new management t» | day ab noen precisely direct for New York

cipients of several beautiful and |
valuable wedding gifts, Mr. Malngot |
was enter tajucd atdinner at the Union
Cluv on Wednesday ovening last, in
honour of the occasion,

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.

ATRUV ALS.

. Jaly Zen:

CUkmatind, Venemuclan boat, Ramos, 6
tons, Ht hours, Urtstobal Colon -- 40) plan-
talow, 2) barrels tanias and 1 bag cocoa,

Santa Cxciz, Venes falucha,+ More
ras, & fone, 3 days, upitac’ bags -
Guvoa, nod 2 pleves talate, *

Mixnay Hots, British steamer, Morre I,
4s tons, 12 houy, Urenada—To W.1.

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inorrow, Mouday the Zith inelant Ing caren, rand malls. ai", tel yy
Large shipments of Groceries, Pro] 7 ? Lucia Manne ve neauelan Loat, Nerrals
visions, Wines and Splits ary now on Compagnie Genorsla i Celstolal secs
the way, end when’ there strive, Transatlantique a team bday, Colon, 54 Lage
Canolag & Co can confidently assure © Leotaup & i- DEPARTURES,
the public that the stock will bethe } AGENTS, ~ Bad July.
fieshest and moet complete in tbe ovr DOMINGUE — The och Mall] Mtauta Jowers, Dritleh sloop, Clement,
Colony, ©S bleamer “bt. Domlugee froos Evrope |” it tons, Grenade—aundry on 1Dere
Sa via Gamleloupe. Martinique and St, Lucia | chandise aga 8 passengers.
MONDAY’S COURT LIST. te ne er road afterwards to Demerare, ar
and « ards enn
sepone ttle tlonen le. duatee Borinain srl Guyane, (eblog. carat Dat CLOSING OF MAILS.
nour : a hongers a malig —
epure Hite Honour Mr. Juste Spine | eset te the French Mall Steamer] Slaite for Demerara, Surinaus and
€ owerios, * Perou” la dus Lore from Venezuelan | Cayenne bythe “ot. Domlogue” will be
Petition of Aunuon. porta on orahout the 2oth daly and will | «loned on Monday the 2th instant, at 9
BUMMANY ‘THIALs rogeed alterwarde to artiniq vielock, an, prechely, Legistration
Jardive ve Fill: Hone Santander oe Jiordeaux id elie tor « Cari VPawpatar, and La
jay iD, an
bet & pauten parno Thalabtla? will be

QGuayra per It.
e on Tucadsy 23h inateat, ab 3 pun,
3 latratlon at £90 pin,









Bofere Ula Honour the Chief Justice,
le n.

bUNMARY Tilt. Lamport & Holt Inne or Bh Michacls and
Caracelolo va, ilootanl. ° tf Steame:s. rope pet BMS. “Clyde” will be closed
= pooner operon Qyonox I ALaTON & ba Toealay 2th instan atépna. Kegis
Siurie asp Sexe -Canadian Heal Co—~Agents, tration aud Newspe Mallat 130 pau
pg Oi} Ls 90 slenple fs application that TASANL—The ae “Vanari” ladus to Mons Orders bow: bres Parcel oe!
achildcan understand the instruc tions, artive here frum duenas Alres on oF “yr Tee hee Honday Zit binsten
Used asa lafment the ooly direction { aboot the mith Suly aud will sell the sawe Wither will be sloued ON 19 “noon on
jwtosub, aud when used asa dressing j day for New York via Tier bados, taking | Wed) ay With bnstant, Ieglstration at

(arge passengers

tloapply. Thedirections are ao plain
aud uotmletakable that they are
uoadentood by young or old

Sa

wu
' Malte for Barbados aud New York per
ILM S. * Vesart® will be closed on Wed:
penlay BALinataut atspuy, stcwlatratlon
t

. Malis for Grenada, SL. Vincent aud New



= mo

2 he Jonda tract
« ‘ine of Btamors.
THe New Guroxtae Ca,
Tip. Augnts

readily







SCOTCH WHISKY ip, Auer Yorke yor ae Crowe of Granada” will bg

ARGK Fire af Distillers eotatlioned H UILON, Alar tnnd Pant rele po hery Teatntration 135 pu natant, ab 3 pad
14 W yours want Agente with © cob | drauade. oo oF tani (OF, ae a laving | com iite «icant ou Tuccdey tat posit
Btaeat, Glergow 7 . Targo, pesstogere and mela, $019 ara Pe gutration awe

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