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The Magdeburg
TIRE INSURANCE CO
ABE'jramiED TO TOE SISES CJ
Oil Machinery, Derricks
SUGAR, , COCONUT OIL,
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THE PORTOFSPAIN

The Magdeburg
FIRE INSURANCE CO.

ARENPREPARED TO TAKE RISKS OX

Oililachinery, Derricks

BUILDINGS, ETC., HEC.
—ALSO ON-

SUGAR, , COCONUT OIL,~

Factories.

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THE

Port-of-Spain Gazette.

ESTABLISHED 1825.
Publisbed Daiy, Mondays and Public
Holldays excepted, at the Oftlos 23 St.
Vinceut Street, Port-of Spain.

Gal” PRICE: ONE PENNY

Advertisements df Births, Deaths,
and Marri Acknowledae
mectsand Dinclalmers (which
wnust be authenticated by the
asiffoature of some responsible

Foon) will be charged for at
2€ each and to be prepald.

Camal Advertisements of every
deseription -per inch (single
column) -36 per week .36 per

= fortnight, 2) pee month

Wanth, 80:40 per week each, to be



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ar

Or any other

For Rates apply to the .igents

re} .
° Editor aud Puliisher A. BT. AMBARD,
Manager... 9 .. T.1t N. LAVGHLIN,

. [Cashier .. C.J. H. Forn,

All Cheques sent to the offices of thie
paper in payment of Lills should be
made pave leto The Port-of-Sputn
Gasetle

To OORRENPUN DENTS.

Wedo hot hold oursclves responsible
for, nor do we necessarily endorse
the opiolonsa expressed Ly our Cor.
respondents in our wlumns. All
letters must be acoompanied by the
real signature of the writer, not
necessarily for publication, but as

arantee of wood faith. Reject
ed manuscripta cannot be return:

Advertisteg Scale 02 Application
Payone. OP adeance Postage ‘ira.

CURRENT EVENTS

© TU-DAY.
Santa Rosa Races (nd day) at the
Arima Savannah.

8.S, “Prine Willem [V” leaves for
Varamatibo, Mails closé at 0 am.

SH, Fa, ersand” leaves for Cuidad
Holiver, Balls close at 12 noon,

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’' South @Quay.,

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The World's Famous Illusionist and
Mind-veader at the Prince's Building.

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26 GAU GE, ilgh Water Morn 0.65 Even 10.30 p.tn.
‘ bunee aot pam
- 4 Moon sets . 37 a.tn,
JUST RECEIVED. TOLUMOnHOW
. K leading article will ded

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() with the Clare-Lassalle
incident on board the Jfagde-
lena, The tame ieaua will
als> contain an interesting

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arpoe open Letter.

GEROLD & S CH F RER. Deiat, Ox the Ist eptember at

his pesidence, 3, Methuen Street,

Woodbrook, Donald 4. Delph, of

a Demerara, late Chief Evgineer se.

. “Qulana.” Juneral at ¢ this after.

. a : | noow to St. Patrick's Church, Friends

ee ee oe ™ _ please acocpt thts Intimation—Deme-
nothor rarda papers ke
* Foods for Infants & Invallds | ste race 2 rox

. ‘The Arima Races--Good

Frosh Eport in Delightful Woa-
Supply PHOSPH ATINE FALLIERES, FRAME Foob, | SEE PAGE 6 FOR

ALLENBURY'S FOOD, MELLIN'S FOOD,
NEAVE'S FOOD, BENGER'S FOOD,
NESTLES FOOD, TOUS LE+-MOL3
ARBOWROOT, ROBINSONS DikLEy.

Pomememomemen

OLAND'S, 6, Henry St.

City Police Court, * No-
nanza’ Amateur Cri ket
Cup Competition.

SEE PAGE 7 FOR
The Fortification of the
Panama Canal.

SEB PAGE 8 FOR
Why Little Men Have

Big ? petites.
"~TTENS OF NEWS,
Consequent upon Mr Beane’. ex

piweed {tatu patiun ta eteingently en
ine the deg muzzing regulation, o

Just to Hand.
Stop at B

greater paler al muscles were sald
yesteday, al the stores, than
previously.

Tomato seeds, once # waste product
of the canneries of Italy, are now
made tu pruduce on vil, the vapld-dry-
Jog quality of which te oaid to be ex-
cellent. ‘The vil iv used fa the making
of varnishes, Italy has many large
tomato ssnce ee, and (n that country
it iu customary to carefully remove the
wede befure canuing the fralt, The
canverles fu the province of Parma
along can 84,000 tons of tomatoes annu-
ally, aud pow have an out put of UOitons
of the seed oil

Mr. Arthur SJallau, late of New






g3try,

WOODBROOK, PORT-UF # PAIN,
Ure minute from the © Four Roads! ar,
New Piciures every Mondsy and Thuredsy ~every
thing sein London.

TwWiCcH DATILYT



t reteons teeny THE

Piven

tox ante should be avoided, the bast

pPeatmt “a

‘ . 5 ve all drinks being aerated water, with
INV is JsURE OF He PRIN BOY WA Lion, . » little quinive ne ~
Prices as Lowa! 8 160 and wa do ky ish Cougty Court Juctge hav

RESERVED SEATS, Laite

. #4 county, ‘ t
bildscy to Best Meateat MATINER = 12 cou a) “ witchase ' diner ie

going contests sud, thaefore, illegal,

ty Del pods

*} Commonwealth statistics, the exports

A Po, AND X08) FP York, is nase in own ugitet aad be pre | Pinpert CN cocks spotl the y
- a AT 6 PM. A 1) 4.0) OE paral io take Orders fot the olesdiny P ot Nyaa, “yale tear eet. Car i ryt tae wang ths
es ree ws tanss axa THURSDAY, FRIDAY, Fand potishiog of Martie and Granite | ious, ‘under ‘tuntgage between} (lVeone who was slnaye with the
f SATURDAY —Aaver Slut, Savr let & AND and | ovislug of seed wien ty He it & plots, . Cipdatat Divas and Blea) on the Committee ba
Grand ace op oft Elotacee, drwesing hin through letter Hox = tard Ja the Ward oe Arne owe ea site oot fara
THK SILK INDUSTRY, * Anni vertiaweanut ajpeare in thie ha Glarts, were t by WwW x open of nga tate share we teal
r wlerkin, agent fur Menare, Qopdon, { Mayor did not tu the ti
u tra 0 le iret iastanve ap-
CONSECRATION OF WESTHINSTER ABBEY. | yor to ot, westn my wovalnt| ralpurcoisat leadlis Cremer, oo | Hetielcctnen eat Bee oi
NEG LITREARE now, Me Jewanji, an Indian, says | ne | by the .
AN INKBEPEER AS WIFK, ie = hall News,” advovatew the ae Cipriano Rivas and tae ai tworn other iy spite of wad eae ave aay
ALT FM IN TOVE AND WAR af rte: Luthaw nen cwreceaty of del or (botughs by Ste ‘C. Pantin. twhiliory] St ¥ .
wa \ a
Birdie, uo thotr Nosts. |g ei beds pesenas oo Nght | Lad. eh, Gordon Ginaut a Ga, ore tr Carrie
ot au a Yr new,
THe MILL GIRL IN’ Pimates As Uitte went as posible be ude, ad cot tony
ae enty of fruit ald be ester, ened planer








































































Â¥ now be A Moyal Vonimissian, which was te

Usrehene ae ratte \jurcnatends ang [tently appoloted to Peport on 4
the Beate Government will expend f question of the erection ot acther
250,000 during the present year, the } central sugar mills in ueenalens ios
eter portion on kesisted pean gee vot Tae tone and BO tone cor
omlgranin --- pe ity ree ively) should ba erected

‘or the 1913 season at Babinda Creek,
Russell Hirery and Aw _Darredece:
preeen é there obnstone River, a a cet
my staoon ¥ inion that in the | taln clreumstancee a third mill of
very near future, like Sangre Grande, | 5,000 tons capacity should be erected
our local Chicago, Blpasia—which | at Jarvisfiel Burdekin River pur
will alsa be a railway ¢erminus | ther, that for the 1014 season a mill o
is one of the most Important | 8,000 toos capacity ebould be erented
business centres {0 the island, -A well fat the south branch of the Johustone
known druggist will econ be eetabliah- | River According to the Oommls
ing a first-class Drug Store, ant the | sioners, the eugar adustry of Queens
chaluct of “The Divine Shepherdews” | land appears to be seriously menaced
will be in the way of drugs &e. second oY the an tation of raat aie
ong our coun ‘augais, which are
owner chee atuong our uy introduced fata the Anstralian mark:
and (in epite of tha Jinpore duty of
a5 ton) enld ata price lower than
that of the Australian maoufactured
Should euch {mports in th

Biparia ts presently drawing many
bieihers men’ thither end, foiging

A company has been furmed for the

rpowe of d ing the f rtaut f article.
eposit of werele sola, tovernDR an | future largely exceed the conaump?
ama of some 90 square tolles, known | lon, the Commissioners ara of oplo-

as Lake Magadl,in the Uritleh Hast | lon that it would be necessary to put
Africa Protectorate; to conhect the | in force the existing legislation (name
same with the Uganda Raltway by the fly. Austra'ian Preservation of Todus-
constriction ofa branch line, and tof try Acts) for the prevention of such
build a pier aud approaches thereto at practices,

or near Kilindiniy The Ugauda Rail-
way administration has undertaken
ona year's notice, and at Its own ex-
pense, to provide ali necessary roltin

stock sufticiens to earry 10,000 tone of
or sala products per annum,

Acumpany with a capital of 31, 00,-
C2) to $2,000,000 §¢ belong formed to
operate a line of steamere between St.
John (New Hiunswick) Cuba, and
Jamaica, It je stated thet the com-
—- peuy ie already assured of sufticient
Canada can affont to discriminate, | cdpftal to establish the eervice of boate
ways the 2uronto Globe, in the matter | of the company and to increase traflic
of tumigration now that the quantity § between Canada, Cuba, and Jamaica,
isexsured. Last year Canada deport. | to erect factories in Oauada and else-
ed 734 persons who were found to be | where for canning fruit aod vegelables

hyntcelly untit, or likely frou: evil | to operate aspbalt mites, bottle min-

odencies to baenune recruits to the [| eral-waters, and to prouote tourist
etlminal population. No fewer Uhau J travel.
17,990 were rejected at the differ-
ent porta of entry, of which, it fe ta be
noted, 15.404 were citizens of the Uni-
ted States.

Danoo Maher, one of England « best
Joykeys, who was suspended recently
after ‘an idvestigation of a charge
nee which had been preferred agalust hire

They are at present over 11,000,000 | at Leicestershire, returned to the bad-
cattle, over 2,000,000 hommes and nearly | dle on the Lith August, and signalized
1.051.005 pigs in Australla. Itiedifl- | the occasion by winning the principal
cult at the present time to assign a | event of the Nottiogham races: The
limit to tha carrying capacities of the | Breeders’ Foal Plate of £000 with 'Cap
Commonwealth In regard to horses | and Gown’ The race was tun ata
and cattle. Large areas in the tute | Hve furlongs straigot
rior of the continent have been proved
suitable for the breeding of catule and
horses. The possibilities of this por-
tlon of Austiala have, 90 far, re
tralned almost undeveloped,

‘We understand tbatin April next lev.
W, J. Maund, Superintendent of the
Trflaldad-Batbados Wesleyan Confer-
enee, proceeds to England where he will

—-— beentrusted with the superintending of

Wrapping blocks of Ice in paper asa fan Eoglivh Circuit, Rev. Mr. Maund
meaus of retarding the meliing and | has undoubtedly done good work on
causing it to melt eventy to the extent | behalf of his church here, and aloag
it does melt was recommended favour | with Mre, Maund, will be greatly mies-
ably at a recent convention of Ice | ed by a large number of the commu-
dealers abroad. nity, Rev. HL R. Cornish proceeds in
aday ortwotoSan Fernando where
he will take up duty until the arrival
from England, of Rev. T. Huckerty,
when he proceeds to Prioces Town
where be will be Minister iu charge

Rew Mr, Gibson, from Didsbury Oot
lege, will be out shortly to replace Rev.
Ate. Cornish in the city. Rey, F. W.
Vaughn ie aleo shortly expected from
Barbados to gu on to Tunapuna,

HARBOUR AND MARINE NOTES

HLMLS, “ Aeolus” which had been
ouwalde the linsita of the harbour siuce
000 sletting, showing & total trade of | Tucalay last for target practice, re-
nearly £11,000,000 per annum, The im- | tucned to her anchorage yesterday at
ot Into Germany of Australian pro- j abuut 1 pan.
duce is malaly due to the large pur.
chases of wheat and wool. There ia The onl.

discrepancy ia the figures sup- [ terdsy

The actlvity and enterprise of Ger®
tnan concerns in the Commonwealth
of Austratia haa recently formed the
subject of weveral articles in the Aus
tralian Press. Not only are the Ger
ina houses showing iocreased activity
in ordiuary commercial matters, but
they are taking a prominest part in
snining enterprises and industrial
undertakings, Accurding to the latest



frum Australia to Germany awounted
to over £000,000 sterling, and the
imports into the Cournonwealth from
that country reached a total of 40,500,

y arrivals in the harbour yes
were two small Venezuelan



me
pist by the German authorities and | buats, of one and seven tons respect-
hove given by the Commonwealth | ively. «
Statist, but the above show suflicieat- ‘

that there {fe need for attention on {| The Pickford & Black steamer

6 part of British manufacturers *Oruroâ„¢ which sailed va Thursday
. , fov Canada via the Northern Islands,
Yestenlay’y forenvow epecial trains | Wok away 12 bags Trinidad coffee, 10
for the Santa Kova races comprived | bags Trinidad cucos, 3x) boxes pota-
five ordinary and three composite car. [ toes, l wooden box and weven barrels
riages,—eyulvalent to I Fist clase, 2 | oranges,
Second class aud 8Third class car-
tiages, with two brake-vaus,

H a

The Venezuelan steamer ‘* Delta
took away for Ciudad Botlvar on
Thay, last 199 tons of general care

0 hist of seugers hag alread
Sven publlahed thie column, macy

The Pawphyliao Illgb School of
which ao advertisment appears to
inorrow, will be reopesed on the













Hen Beptember, At the recent Te
resklog-wp, prizes were given to the
following sucveasful students. -Schi .
ners Gold AMelal rancle Tags ine; OUR MAIL LETTER.
nis Go jal—J ley Pan- T ‘
tn mF oot un'a Silver Medat—Euaanuel the snoual starieticn of Gee Geacdraath

} guez; Pamph

Routeues: Pamph lian Scholacvbip | Soclety beving reference to the

Henl 1 Cro Jour Tc will 0;

Divison - Anthon Boyer Le Felix statement slowing the Smear eCs of

Jorres [I], Liouel Votor ILE ‘Genlors | Canes at the various usiaes for alx crops:

2ad Division Edward Lynch I. Louis | Palas some factories manufacture “ yel-

Breton 11, Bariae Olaverie IIL, Jur jowa others “greya,” the 1011 fimires

plore Jot Division—Hoddy Blane If, force been red to one common basle of

Bernard Olamens I, Gourge Mendes | (9 G7 ches Finclax each factory on
{Juniors ad Division Colia | uvalia ever oe { e recommend ita pers

Philip 1, Montague Iedon II. Bertie | wih the Steer indy, way counsdted

BUN) ‘ Td

Adulphus ‘Alfred: FAP lect ik nen een and lustructive

I, beymond, Clamens IItt Pitas The Weather,

for Latin—Ludovlo Sladey Prize for The present outlook of Cane and

Good Couduct Alvin Redon and Cecil Sugar situation abroad ts
Ores

Duwas,
Prices in 1012,
The ehort cane Crop 191}.
The relative importance of
donthaa aud Southern Cane

Sager
rai balated

coum mente on

The conlog crop uf wheatin Canada

le evtinnated at 30,00,00 bushels the the

iat eet in the hhtory plithe jfountry ‘ res, sen
all teports, uure espectally 1 f
p pe ally ose from The decadence of Seeding Ganes,

the Noith-W,
high yleld. “he

f

the Department

cations uf a

There iv yet
ere. det hope for the Bourlen

Vulletin No. 04 uf
of Agriculture,

The now tax Snposed by the Outa-

lic ‘tare penteeatterecelpteot pubs | The thzanaloa ot Cane Vermtng
re er, Fass

short of £1000 4 year, Uades thea frmigration minal be inely Sar

hotels in flee of 100,000 population Thy two Factories which out-clayed

* Y ton of £1 yee on bar receipta, all otbers last srason ia’ AE
aily, while all other resulta, paltting

hotele fay Sper cent on a0 exovses of

£10 daily. They are sali to be up EE

wardeol two thi
hieeme lu Ontay

pro vnderimentioned mortgaged

ouand hotels under

. CARNEGIE LIBRARY.

sine” the Echitos Port of Spam Garetts
Vhere ts an

Hroperties were tnis week sult at ane

fou by Mesa EL J Seott & Bon + — 1 Old nay ing that too

Tt was cur, tp
thatess revult of ee r r
cident, ou board the ROLE. “Ne .
lena,” oo last Tuesday socnlas | re

cl
we made curtain represent

we
vi
th qu ermur, it frnsequence whieh
to apologise, Weare ina don to
autbusitatvely state that d re

tuundatiog for tee rumuus,

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Cushion Cases,
Tn Muslin, Orash and Sateons From 30s to $1.00 o&

TROPICAL VIYELLA

“MU Wool, Unsbrinkable, Fast Colours, Lovel Shae ee
Day or Night Wesr—6vo per Yard. « ?

BED SHEETS. COTTON. PLAIN HE

480 to 1.09 Maoh,
ALSO—HEMSIITOH—91.80 TO $2.50 EACH.

LINEN SHEETS,—-PLAIN Hebd

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LINEN BHEEIS—HEMBTITOHED #300 TO #00

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Satin Bed Quilts—Bleached, $2.40 to $8.00;

Tapestry Table Covers—From 300 to $9,00 ‘4 :

Tea Cloths—Drawn Thretd and Embroidered
‘\!From $1.50 to $8.00, Iray Cloths, 360 to $2

TABLE CENTRES fuis

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Mosquito Nets and Netting
BEST VALUE IN TOWN.

WILSONS.


7 THE PORT-OF SPAIN GAZETTE SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 2 1911 _ 5

4a, +> orne . MAIRESS
rere a TAIL THE 000 NUISANCE. rence fa lay Tene for capturing the) NILLIONAIRESS ELOPES WITH |
‘ ahve We think no spology whatever fe

i rie BUT A GOOD TALE. ented ink ne sPology whatever te oua chance for a captures It need CHAFFEUR.







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Teunant’s Aveney

Offer for Sale ex

S.S.“GROWN of ARRAGON
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TENNANT’S STOUT

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5 bir cantncrd Che nnfortaaie ik | Beem ae re ear | SIMPLE LIFE,
‘ » . . athe ro , tthe back, whi Yo.
4 2 £ howig the incre*se in deliveries. Fee cach pare recently cccurred | Sa TAY cone cane paves, the yotic New Yorks August Hitt.

st the Colonial Moepital. AL the last

abutts npon acane patch, the police u Jack Geraghty. the. elghtcen-
Ineeting of the Jagislayve Counc! ti watd as ot ie french,
avernor

attacked the frent!; Mr Edifor, no- daughter of AT
His Excellenay the Council | thing fu ther need be said here. 1 | Jrsholddaughter of fr iD rene
tothe matter, and expressed hiscon- | Sykes and at got away quile Com | wey director, who eloped with Jack
turrence with ourriew, that the oft. | (ortsbly and it ts doubtful if anything Geraghty, achaffenr. has becn found.
jan Zeeulations were too lame to deal will ever be known of last nights | thirtyeix hours after shee martiage
n efficient manner with sue a e simple Hfe honeymoon In
serious thing aa rables which had ha The question now before decupters | eae he simple life en Tino pale
farlunately nade ita appearance inthe | Of premises in San #ernando ts the ob- | Uh visiting Jack's cousin, whose hne
colony. Hecoguidog inte the Gover | Yious one of how, themselves, to pro: | band faa carpenter.
or gave the assurance that as soon as | Hct their property ? Premisce are 90 | “They are enjoying themselves ecoto-
certain conditions bad been fulfilled, | Wsafo aa to render it impossible to mtcally, taking tramifrives and vint-
the necessary means would be adopted | sleep voundly at night with anv sense ing mioving-picture shows, Jack in-
for checking the epread of the dread | Of security. ereonally Tean but suge t | otete that his nioney alone shall
divease, ‘ihe * lame” regolations re pO0@ way of solving the problem | ,,, then.
ferred to, consleted of the compalsion | Which ts that occupiers take matters fire Gereght eas at home to Inter:
that all dogs should be murzied when | Iolo their own hande, by employing | viewrrwafter they bad discovered the
ia the patho suveta under apenaiy | wyned watchmen on Weir preles | HMcotty f the cole lat cveniog Ana
owner ofa sum po ng from ® foyin
gl Tote met with the critichean fang gight anyone attempting to make ua. | they were returning f &
ourselves, tha wv eutry.
dogs would sill be tree te omens It my optuion the condition of
fection, and as a remedy we eu ted things {a Me district fully justifies
that al aR such drastic w ngtakea for the
Aerated a should be protection of private property. te
cent report from La Brea furnishes
some ground for the suspicions
now wh spered around ae to the atti.
tude of some of the members of the
Foree towards these night thieves.
Thanklog you In advance for the
favour of your space,
fam, Sir, yours truly,
Occurisn,



Molassine
Dog’ Foods.

Tho deliveries for $November, 1910,
a create a" record,

























pleture show She sald so"I Just
really couldn't. help it, loved Jack
the moment Lfireteaw hin What
ever my relatives try todu to ik
our happiness they will be unsuccess
ful. Plove Jack for that.

‘The reportera asked {fehe had heard
the report that her parents con-
templated an action against Jack
for Winapping. She replied :—

“Did you hear that. Jack? How
tMenlouat. 10 there was any kidnap
ping 1 kidnapped Jack. He did not

Idnap me. Hee here,” she contluued,
displaying vislting cards bearing the
name of Nra. John Geraghty, * Ubad
them done to-day, because I wanted to
seo what my new pame louked Hke,
Isn’d it lovely .

REASON FOR ELUPING.

* 1 cloped,” phe continued, * becative
Thate society, They wanted me to gu
in for the life alithe young women of



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EL. STRONG,
THE PIANO WAREHOUSE.

Large Assortment of MUSIC just Arrived

WHICH INCLUDES THE FOLLOWING [=

summarily destroyed. correspond.
ent has wiitteu informing us that the
vernment are busy in the prepara-
lon of dog badges by which the own-
ere of dogs may be traced. Now if the
Government are not prepared to go
any further than this, we Tepeat that
the whole thing aavuurs of a ridiculous
farce; and fa quite unworthy of official
countenance in the light of sucha
dreadful malady as rabies etaring us io
the face, Inthe name of all that is
reasonable, we ask how does the
Identity of the owner of an wumuzzied
dog help tha Government in its pu
iealee Meet rae!
not & grave porssibi ofan ua-
inuzzied dog spreading infection to

THERE Is
& REASON .
FOR THIS.









San Fernando,
Bist August, 1911.

A SENSELESS INDIAN.

REPLY TO MR, ARMOUGUM.





Sve itfewent srom mali othera



3 OTHER FOODS . hisown kind abd also'to human life, | To the Editor o7 the Port-of-Spain | iny class lead, but 1 vebelled. The So- FR NCIS & DAYS 2nd MARRY LAUDER'S SONGS ALBUM,
Bee Kod FRED DOGS; ONLY. Before the authorities cap discover tbe Gazette. ciety men are vapid and inate, There som Gt ELLIOTT SONGS, ga an
n owner in order to extract t _— then, e ' vs os . ose ro
Eee eee Hed but_keep_dogs_healthy of a pound from bin? ‘Does thie’ inet Bile one of ibe folumps of | ‘our bored ime to “distraction 1 aed the ” ” Ik MANDOLINE & Viotix °
eve tne ca! 1 eo appear the primary object of | Yatusble paper of the jastant, there fw, heartl ds welf-ceutered, ” ” ‘ on ~ “

, Fradicate worms and prevent utplesan | the oficial regulation Is ts gatoer a | appeared a letter headed “Mohamme- | living only for tive plousure and exeile- rentuan' ms SON : wo

odours from the skin and excreta harvest. of nunetary penalties, whiter | dane” “and vigned by a Jae dler | ment of possessing more jewels and 3 AN . oth Bona wos “
on pecctinaiatbdahiahis ¢ | the more important coneideration of f Atmoucun ; a great lover to all Pinore extravagant frocks than their ” ish BONG vee 2”
d from the purest fogred ente Culy sud free from eny medicament | rabies tufection is left to work out its | Appecrauces, of print dremes 3 Belghbours ranip song era Fou .
o-day @ nearest Dealers and buy some. own salvation? Now tet usreason this o reply to t anderous sn “So when I meta trueman ke Ge FIRST ST ave FOLIO VIOLIN and PIANG "

matter more clonely, in the hope of | senseless letter, especially directed
Binding out what decd can ultimately agauinét Mohammedans, I must say,
accrue to thle badge wearing regula. | thet the writer hardly committed a
tion. We take it that a distinction | greater blunder than his delight to
badge worn arpund the neck of a dog { vauot bis pretended knowledge about
fa order to trace its owner cannot pos} bis distinguished section of the

raghty I was attracted to him, ile is
eo Intensely different front the only
kind { ever knew before 1 was his
type of self-eupportng manliness that
won me.

“Emet hin first three scars ago,

FIFTIE STAR PIANOFORTE ALBUM.

1,000 Kisses Waltz 3 Dreaming Waltz; Ia the Shadows,
Romewhere Watts} Iso Love to be Beside the Seaside Two Step,
Beautiful Garden of Hoses Waltx. ~—

, oO. R, ALSTON & CO—Sole Agents:

Sermon —_—_—_—





WV e ally prevent na unnuzzled dog from dndian Hace, of mhieh he elaims when he brought to our house Eochantress Walts ; Fremite d'Amour Waltz, etc, ctc. etc.
walng teeth upon both u d | descent.” me proce exawine to: ich father pur
oun ings beast. Good, 80 fer, Again, ito do, hie ability in this respect, chased for. me. io the folloding Large Selection of Waltzes & Two Steps at 6d. each.
be safeguarded by # muzzle, why need His acquaintance with this scction | summer we were in love, #0 you Kee
BY. the authorities trouble thelr heads oF my duiring, people, ie at Ley the clopement vee not the result of * ;
_ — Wr | a
oyerjompersbip?, The plain duty of | Det rtices “and” bra 7 Ady | hasty, limpuiee and peppy affection 21 Fredeenck St, Phone 446.

the Government Is to secure the public | “Aeartices and brutwh and * that
fromthe dental ravages of Infected | fey will commit the Aornjic and
dogs; and as this can only be auccesy: | “emtons creme, and, moreover, * they
fully accom plished by ensuring a closed will steal, plunder rent little children
mouth to all dogs when on the street, | and hack to minutences the aged and
the proper thing ka to enforce a muzz!- | seeble and in their eyes you rill
ing law, Weconfessthat wo are not | plainly seqthe eign of treuchery.
acute enough to appreciate the utility | cowardice and roguery.
of a badge {a helping to combat rabies] Now bow could you expect a young
amongst the canine family. We fai} | man who only secs these qualities in a
te wea any reason why the authorities dlace could know gaything about ie
should pu emselves tu Lhe puoneces- wha je asvertés were true, tae
q i learned Oriental Beholars, hke | Pro-

would uot marry un reached the
legal age of eighteen. [ was too wise.
Bo we waited. I was eighteen « week
before the elupement, and now they = — — —
can't do an thing to us,

“] aw nob afraid of poverty with ny
husband, and as fur what suciety says

itd t beth in the slightest LAMPORT AHD HOLT LINE OF STEAMERS

VIA BARBADOS TO NEW YORK IN 7 DAYS.
paral
inufiagect afotyate year divorce ealling Daten—1011,

millionaire with an elghteen-yeat gith A
and frowns on my luve marriage, Sreances, | Luave Taintvap. | Azrive New Yous




YNHW METHOD.
A COMPLETE

OF APPARATUS,

























sary trouble and expenses entailed in i What kind of society ia it? 1 have no SS eee --
the issue of badgee, when the latter | fessors Monoier Willlams, Dr. F Stein- | words to ex-press my opinion,” TENNYSON... 0!) Sept. oa. 4th Beptr, 4. Bist}
caneerve no nore useful purpose than | g486, Duocan Forbes, LILD, E. 1. f Meveral offers by enterprising fims | VERDI" ., ene c | Rept. ce 26th Oct Sed
the rather doubtful one of adding Ww | Veiner M.A, and Frederic Pincot M14 | have heen made ‘lo Jack, but he has | BYRON, . ww owe] Ott ath Octr s. Blat
—AT A= vomebody or another's faculty .for | A-S. would have to be regarded by the | declined them so far. The French } yagant —-— "| Oct "orth Now, 7 3a
belog original. The Governor bimeelf | intellectual Europeans as Liars ithe | family refuse to discuss the aflair, but IT ENNYSON Nore. Lath Now... stat
has adaitted from his seat in the euperistive degree. The commenda- | Jack's family condemn the mah, and VOLTAIRE “ “Nor gath Der oe Bia
highest assembly inthe colony, that {tious of these gentlenen, on the | declare they tried to get Jack to give * steam Ore ov BTR oor, we Oth
© Ni AB LE P Ri CS E. the muzzling regulation with ite at. | wanners, customs, habita, philosophy | up Mise French when they discovered
7 vendant fine! wane for the Purpose and pine en tng that bas eee ae their fi fendship, and Uhought they bad Luatasious Raloon accommodation at moderste rates.
5 whic: BOOKS. e 3 an say af succeeded, ie eloperpent Was a a SEC c 2 ® y .
4PTED FOR AMATEUR OR PROFESSIONAL USE, thts ser tons hour, that the Presence of ward about any, creed on sects So agreeable sui prise to bin, ~The Daily BE 70R D CLASS nad T HERD {a Whelan eter specially catered for,
2 ’ D ti dog's neal be the real waz out. ‘of the irres tive Of the peales showered prea —_ . For sates of passage,money and, all farther infcranat jon, apply to
§ ,. upo e eo Master,
gn’ Dry Mounting Outfit siupiy “igolingthenesic Wernseome | ena, hie’, fullowery by the ‘above FOOTBALL, GEO, R, ALSTON & 00.
ial this Brcalency's ground for say. [phalons of Murores,seget, ble oe" | ave tullowiog ienwe wil play to- 7 No, 182 Bblpplog Departaeat
i col HOW DE: a Ue
ing that the tnuzaling lation waa day on Casuals ground at Ee’, Wwe ELEPHONE NO, ba. aw Agents,







sharp. —

oye tout, 2 Fors, | JOST REOBIVED AT
Cit a A Siete Phe BONANZA DRUG STORES.

i. Abrams Sergt, Dawson

M. Leppingwell, Capt. A. de Botweiere [ty nom BM AUDALENA,' S88. “NAPARIMA,” and
< Hy . MA, thee Li Beat:
OGren taf backs 8. Coombe | Uf Femular fortnightiy applies a FRESH DRUGS AND MEeDiOTN us. ies
* ee + B, Coou jor The jennie all ar en ‘won Departme: folt
é: HeGracken Bub, Insp) Sar iocluded~another freuh shipment of ” @ following are
.D, ’

Ww. HKedes "6, yore | SANAtogen I Sanatogen £ Sanatogen !

CG. Rooks ¥. Gitteus

j Jame, waa, because he was fully aware | that Mohammedans ary not * bea tlesy

that despite the law, doge would still | and brutish” than apy other race, and

B be found on the streets without muz. | crimes arealwaysto bemet with among

ee sles; and leit not reasonable to presume a suall percentage of any rece; for

that infringement of the bedge regula- where do you hear of more munlers,

tion will occur? We ask in all plunder and heartless acta chan in

he eocalled Cbristisn centerw of

4 . seriousness what would it have niatter-

ed whether the Infected doge that bit Europe and elsewhere, No, J hope he

the poor old woman at Laventille ard | will able to ees where he has

the man at Woudtiook (both pow | gtatly blundered in endeavouring to

° 9 dead) wore a distiuctive badge of own: power the Divine Prophet in hls, very
. ership orpot?h Ifthey did wear euch [ignorant comparison with Christ.
HAVE A SPLENDID STOCK OF fedges, pousibly, their Fowners raight | ‘ibis I will tell bius, that had these two
have been rna vo earth for the pay- | Masters lived at the same tine they

ment of a pound fa the colony's would have respected each other in









; e reas cumplete silence, J. Wochford M. Clptlanl (The Great Bralo and Nerve Food),
be bat’ poor Orecompaen tor the Tite ironical awertion tat * Ayesha | A-N-Other 8 Gitens | ALLEN & HANBURY'S PREPARATIONS Including BYNIN AMARA
i valued Ives of two homsn beings, one of the Wives of Mobammed bad a1 G, Rochford Ttecerves, A. dow Santos BYAO HYLOPHOS, BYNO GLYCEROPHOS, BYNO HAEMOGLOUIN,
| A Me agtuasied. do coevpearing iy love Sor essence and eweet odours” |G, Brietl, K, Hartagin —ALaO—
the publie streets (badge or no badge) | Now, tell me whether any of the | K. Jubnstoue ‘AL Lameden MARIK HMMID'S EXAXIEt DW E-(Black, Dark Drown
@ should be Inatantly shot to death Y religious ladies vt & Chtietian com. ¥. McPhail ap byerre and Medium Brows)
au wou jecar ewe ngs 5 . Poba ‘
the poliea oF other, consiitated author jauwulty woul) discord theve things . SERRAVALLO'S TONIC (of Bark, Iron & Wins).
ee eee ure'can possibly tend to check ‘the | but necessities.—First, fuud to keep| The following will play for Sham: Bpeclal lot i .
> vely verjous stale of affaire which now | the body alive, (2) essence and sweet | ruck v HLALH, * Aeolus” of the Shan ‘Bpeclal qotation te offered to Wholessle Buyers of this
ARTIOLE MADRION THE PREMISES COMPRISINU: Valls, conecytient ob the presence | oduur lo keep away bad smells, So frock ground this afternoon at 4.43 MED TONIO WINE.
° a our midet of lhe dread malady Of | you oe ee tate ce een gherp. Heats will be provided tor SMITH BROS. & CO... TE BONANZA DRuGsto nes
horit! ice nothing whatever o' ene wn + ” a
2 eet Me eat aty. in eate-guard. Ube real requuaes of life, na ee to be | SuAmRocK, AROLUS We 2s Port-of Bpaln & Sangre Grande.
oom il es Ing the publicywho in the circumstance able a Hucate youtbral anlnds, a ¥. Boreaug Goal, Ln h —
e tuust Joo! upon measures Ww wu i b ae Ek aetery ’Che . Backs + JEANNE: Qs
De |i se Pe aay Ee ee itfngineenee| (RINIDAD CHOCOLATE FACTORY
AP aw nan rrt ow with rex ir Very, eo artieon,
OOM. S] TT BS {HE POLICE AT SAN FERNANDO, open ientediews and charity, f 1ay Stamey Meltbaees Mounfsctured by A, SOUBLETTE at No. 15;Patk bt, Poctot-Hpals,
—— wl ua rt} ohanmedans were . * je ~s .
Nile . 1 tere of Asia Africa, up to | J. Venalora T.»Mason ¥ CHOUOLATE te propated by a svectal and sulentifie procesd
To the Editor cot Portof Spain Bpals end t thee warriors frie of the N. Relanceust (Capt) 8ab-Lt. Goslell N its complete solubility and sete forth the ezqulalté srama of ‘he eet, lneure
WRITING TABLES ~—_ highest sepule, as geoerala, officers ‘orwands Being free from ail Foreign bulstances, And made from the Soest selected beans it |e
QCCASJONAL TABLES bir,—The mata thoronghfare of San feta And it fea well known fact, that | N. Tait 1. Patrick [ not only delicious, bat ag a courlshm ab It is anrivalied, Fatup iad, ill, lend &
I Fe mand High Street. contains al. [they invariably treated those they | W. Gordon ‘ W., Dutt | Tabiot packages, ;
J) OARD TABLES eral the “business premiers and uered with fuve and chalty ja |G, Busbe W. ilows | To be. hed from, the following Groceries | STEPHENS, Lro, UALEDUNIAN
’. Boe al teing ayeteunaticelly burgled. the faith of Islam and beyond, ¥, Winter * J, Malekia GROCERY GOODINGS ¥. REIS (New York Establishment}, MARQUEZ

About siz weeks ago an entry was]. [ will advise hin to study over this, P. Hetancourt W. Teylersen (Capt) eTANDARD, and fom Bhope {a own end country dist

nto the premises of Mesa W. ] do not rush where angels fcar to
oe ueroon Co., 64, High Street, |ucad.” He has endeavoured to des-
{rons the frout, end, although thie was | troy a people's reputation through the
accomplished as far au cun be gathered J want of sound knowledge. ‘lhie he
In the enfddle of night, the occurrence | has foolishly attempted to hls own
penalned unnoticed until daylight ve- | remorse of conscience. Were he in
Zealad the broken Inck sod other ev [India every educated Indian would



_& BOUBLETTE,





OLYMPIC: GREATEST OF STEAM: | <==

SHIPS,
Tigtoniog ail ton Poputer Ex S.S. Grenada.

VL, TOF DEwWES.







JUST OPENED A LARGE STOCK OF









- lous entry, shua bis soctety. Take this precept
dences of targa ie oe ae to the |whembo chablye ki aduit oy Khuda | read with interest 4
thief or thieves concerned in Chis case; | reyada dareu "3 we ought to fear dod | At Lyat the wondertol © Ot imple" =
Lad nor can they throw any light apon the j moure then wan, has praverved the Atlantic, and a
cireummetances of broken store and | In pondusiou allow me to thank you ] ca: as much atazement iu the} 50 Kegs BUTTER— Gt lhs. Net.
. 5 tmiasing cash recently dixovered at for the short space accorded. land of sky-ecrapers as it dit on our 25/2 egs Do. 33 Ibs n
ese & Ties Kabertaon’s grocery, store. vere talthtunly, | enlf eleven slotion to bat aaa at 10/2 Bis, Jo. 120 Ibs. ” . ay &
; * we a aren * « i. le . of Cy ae
" creens, Japanese Curtains, Carpets, Linoleum, sent thiee ee ee ees. Bitwo Kwan, | weaeured from the bottom af het keet 60 Cases Do, 4/25 1b ti “ ,
store fa 8 way which for barefecedness { t. Joeeph to the Wp of ber funels ahe lacks ouly ° 0 10s Ayn f°
eacels the ingenulty and up toxdate- | ——— tweaty five feet of coming up to the 30 Cases Do. 20/5,)D~ “Tins aa
B Be ae eae Sati | Ei halt ed ete testa | aalie Tach? ene hee Rl ie ont neck :
. was actus! OL, .
TO STAG, [Be tetess SRS IB ey | Sana tte tacts | Nat tte“ Siywpics” tamale Rontwacdee Opigheated Marmncd
5 3 the front door with bis booty. e | both sides,

4 wa nr
| ieight, Sey are very some ve Also 360 Bags Heavy White CANADIAN OATS

table, to his eternal divgrave be it porlagt than the ordamental lanteraf nd 865 Bris. FAT BACK. PObK—50 pes.









ounsel
: wild, wrblist only tires fee io trou Wiexey.—H botetines Included io. reckoalos th oP ee ge
® ETERYTHNG MABKED AT REASOVABLE PRICES. auarey, allowed ble wan 0 oliptroul) eae tore tiat elas ta beat? helghtel a buldlog *atough they da 15, PIGS’ FEET
Ilgaw agala the police bays sa far po | Then, try Capadlag Healing Oflu tha not look very Ug, wa exquisitely fs (he - .
wath conrerned., seovlag. t wil} step pkwghing, new liver proportioned, they would Ox® =ARm

nw

lus as oe -

" hi away Che proud feel, diaw out waekea guod many vultes of oftions tf

naccapeegueal irr tune! (tithe altar aad any ee Hope he eee VW, STA DMAN ARCELER
& Oxand whibt they wer uuenvity the wow bh Jf ts the vt tow there ¢ four ot phew. ’ he . °
eujoylng themeclves ‘with a meal fn Jer awong ta je of in shape, Bie 3 64, So

at fy tbat bealed tie but wad 16 (est wide.
, ‘Gomplete Houso Furnishore. te ocr te wilco eppecra feito 0 eer bat alle flled Utert iy: vod Bed they would make 6 veb July, i081 uth Quay.




D,
De ao eaoR e

—



frreeting



“HR FORT OF SPAIN GAZBITE sATUT



PRIVATE
CHRISTMAS & NEW YEAR

(ards,

WILL YOU CALL ROUND AND GIVE YOUR ORDER AT ONCE.

Fo as ito avolicl disappointments,
Your Name and Address will be printed and the price is within the reach of

WATERNIA

everybody. Will you eome?

Giothier, Draper anc Ovtiltte:”,
18, Frederiol Htrvet,







tunnel 610 feet long sit ataph toons cost to Ceanste: the boders (othe ships

for two railway train to stand sade by

r.

Beerythlug ec bent this Tatest
prohigy of marie architec tive fs on

be saive stupendous seale. Unfortue
nately, descriptive wilters of former
dayg exhausted the entire stock of
adjectives iu deseitbing ‘Jeviathany
ofthe decp ” that sometimes reached
the enormous size of five or six
thousandé tons, ev that now whe
they are really needed to cOnvey an
idea of a eraftnf forty-five thousand
thera isn't a supeclative left thatis fit
tobesern in print. The only thing
thatcan be done is to fait back ou
comparative statistics, which we owe
to Mr. Henry KR, Jevons
OHOSTRERS KILIED TO GREASE
HER WAYs.

Ae aastarter it may be nald that the
length of the “ Olympic,” 2 feet 6
inches, ie 182 feet greater than the
height of New York's great. sky-
eraper, She js {7 feet Sincher longer
than the “ Mauretania ' and * Lusi
tanla,” ie 82 feet sis inches wide over
all, and 94 feet wide over the boat
deck, From the boat deck to the
bottom of the keel is 07 feet ; froin the
top of the Oaptaln's houre ta the
bottem of the keel is 105 feet 6 inches
and from the top of the funnels to the
bottann of the keel, 179 feet. There are
eleven steel decks and fifteen water
tight bulk heals.

The launching of the “ Olympic”
alone cost toore than enough to build
#@ tine pteamehip. More than six
hundred steers died tnerely to make
hee path Into the water smooth, for
twenty-two tons of tallow were used
to grease the ways,

It cost the Belfast Hatbeur Board,
which draws po share of the “ Olyu-
Hic’s earnings, £64,400 to get read
tor the lauuching. Of this sau muc.
went te deepen the channel! to feet.
Oppowite the berth a yt fifty feet
deep had lo be dredged fn the bottom
of the harbour to make room for the

lunge of the steru before the bow
efttho ways. Then Messrs. Hatland
and Wolff, the boiiders, had to spend
£9,731 to strengthen Vic toriawharf op-
posite the berth lest the teirtic com
motion kkked up when the monster
struck the water should cause the
whatf t> collapes,

Stil, that was but a begioning.
Three ot the largest slips they had
were converted into two for the
*Olymple"and* Titania” Over the
berth a double gactry hat to be ercct-
ed 849 teet Iong, 105 feet wide, and 23)
feet bigh, and equipped with travellers
and cranes capable of lifting trom flye
toforty tons Besides thy thrie was

a tloating crane to be provided at great







+

Mon's and Boys FOOTBA
$144 and 31,68,

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Men’s A
Monin a ° 8
Black & ~
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Tan i

Puttee
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Black from



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$1.56 to 5.60

Tan from





after they were afloat

Five fumdved thousatd orivels
weghing 270 tons, were used fa the
construction. of the donble bottom
alone. The largest rivet wast} inches
In diameter, This donble bottom is 5
feet S inches deep. The largest shell
plates are 84 fect long and weigh 4

ns, The largest beams are U2 feet
long. The after boas arin, a sett of
three Rronget bracket that tags along
to bold up the outer ends of the pro
peliers, welybs 724 tons. Lhe rudder,
adainty creation in steel, is 15 feet 3
laches wide with a etock 234 inches ia
diameter, and weighs a hundred
tons, asinuch asa yuod sized toco
motive

Batepeaking of viveting, + 000,000
rivets weighing twelve hundred tons,
are required to hold the ° Olympic
together, Allthe shell plating up to
the turu of the bilge and much of the
other work was done by the power
riveter,a ponderous affair weighing
seven tons, whieh has to be meuipulat
ed by means of a travelling crane.
But it does its work su easily and se
eilently that it waa considered «quite
the thing to fuvite ladies who visited.
the works during the building to atep
up anid drive a rivet, .

in point of powers the * Olympic,
though much largerthan the “ faisit-
ania and Mauretania,” dropa far
hehind she awill Cunatders, For each
knot above 2) per hour added to the
#peed ofa steamship, the coat con-
sumption increasea in an ever-growing
tatio that is ont of all proportion to
the advantage gained. The luxury of
8 speed of 23,4 Knots an hour comes 50
high that all the other steainship
coinpanies have enthustastically
agreed ta let the Cunard Company
monopohse it, So it happeas that
while the “Olympic” is a third
greater in tonnage than the “ Mauret
ania,” her engines will have only hfty
thousand horse power as compared
with the Cunarder # seventy thousand
borse power, which is only esough to
enable her to jog along at. twenty-one
knots an hour, Still, as Mr Jevous re
marks, a plant of fifty thousand horse
power has by no means as yet. become
what might be? called) commun
place.

Vhe wing prupellers are ca b 24 feet
Olvches in diameter, weigh 3 tone
each and are allixed to ciank shafta
welghing 18 tons each. These ponder
ous inaesex of metal are altiven at a
speed of 7) revolutions per minute by
triplo oxpansion engives with four
cylinder the high presare cylaver
belng vl fuches in diaineter, the inter
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Bl at the Electric Theatre while in the
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named Darsey Gil out of the Electric
Theatre for, dleorderiy conduct. Wul
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lainaut) by his jacket saying * let go
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Heory, struck him on the arni and
shoulder with a stick, All this hap-
pened ontsuta the Theatre. The case
was here adjourned to the 6th instant
at the instance of the defendants
who were pub on £3 Beil each with s

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Rodney, and Win. Hackett with io-
titing Darcey Gill to resiat hig, These
tases were also adjourned to the 6th
instant, defendandants beivg held in
the eante bail

ALLEGED Utrnaixe uv CornTER
Furr Coun, —Cot porat pps char,
Jacub Nicholas Vani densy Browu on
separate foforinations with uttering a
counterfeit halfevown, Mr Jetfers
appeared for Nicholis and Mr. Bie.
Carthy for Brown, Kvidence of arrest
was taken and both cases were ad-
jaurned to the sth instant, defendauts
being let out on their own bond of £5)
each,

Vistast Laxoviun.—Johu Rodri-
Rilez suuimoned San,
using violent lauguago tohiu. Mr.
ltemeo for complaiuaot Mr. John:
atone for defendant. It appeared thaé
defendant had addressed complain:
ants wife's sister and owing to somne-
thing complainant heard abuut hin: he
objected to hin as «suitor. Defen-
dant got incense thereat and going to
complainant's house a Sunday moroing
called him by iil names aad threatened
to, kick finn Hf he cawe out. Both nev
were bound over in £5 to keep the
peace for six months, defendaut to
pay costs of Lhe information,

Fiuntisa — John
Lletha Pollard were charged

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days Pollard was discharged.
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THE FORTIFICATION OF THE
PANAMA CANAL.

In vlew of the near complet on of
the Panama Canal and the present
hotly discussed question of its furtill-
cation, (both being subjecte that bave
au iurpoitant bearing on the future of
the West Indies) we are eure that the
followlpg erticle by the Hou. V.
Mason, a United” States Senator,
which appears in * Man‘a World,” will
be of luterest. ft gives the American
view point in favour of fortification
ofthe Canal and in this councetion,
it should not be forgotien that if the
United States (as weeins Ukelp) does
fort fy the Canal, Jainalea and Trini-
dad will, In all probability, be fortttied
by Englaiadl; net ag & swenace to the
Htatee, but aa the act of a friendly and
deeply interested power t--

The lively disou: whith bae been in

in Amerionn and English news.
papers, a ta whether the Panama Cans!
shoukd te fortified by the United
btates, wakes It an opportune time to dis-






cuss, in a brief way, the diplomatic histary o

of that great erite
The drat oficial suxzeation the United
States ever had ata the construction of
acapal was at “tho ¢ Nicaragua filed
with the’ Bevretary 6f State nearly one
hundred years ago & sugsestion that the
Vulted Stales undertake the construction
ofs canal through thaf country, Great
Thitalu, with ber acustomed foreslctt,
bas had ber diplomaths eyeou du tthmlan
canal wince the ludepeudencecf theouluules,
They pold Vat weir Httle attention how.
eror, boil wutil at the close of the Mezhen
War, whea we acquired Callforala, and
they saw et once that the Goreruaat of
the Unlted states would, very likely,
want aahorter yuate from the exstern
our own territory.

he @eatern coset
Wik that degree of thrift and diplomatic
eulerpriss for which our Engtish eoustas
ate ou noted, an Knyliols yesert, ubdrer tbe
direction of the KuliabNavy, set sail
funded at the mouth of the Bae J aaa river,
which they believes weuld be the natural
weelern uutlet fur tha Ivthinian renal.
They found bere a tribe of Indiaas called
the dfusquita Indiana, and the captela of
‘his Kawlish veasel selected # mulatto, «
poy balé negra and half Indiag, and
crowned bim king othe DMomyuite Indlana,
ut up the Kuptish tég aud anaoun
jreatritala e& sovereign (» the Mos

a iber or not thie was §n sioistion of

reements 16 & matter tbat feed

treaty
ussed (a this paper. The Awe
nut te od atalive in ‘vearayruay phortly’

after the treaty uf peace betwee:

‘nited dtates, atenta
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t Bute between, the x 2

, wep the States,
Guenet pecd | 1, protested ant It,
aiid by roanca 0€ that protest tba treat
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on the 4th dey ot Jaly, after the close uf
the Mexican War. All treaties are acted
upon by the Senate of the United States
in executive session, My information is,
aud [ believe {t correct—that Stephen A.
Dougtas, the senator from Ilincis, was
the only senator to protest, and 1 have
seen In the written notes of hls speech
proteste against this treaty with Great
iritain.

Without any feeling of animosity, it is
only falr to say that by this trealy Eng
land forced herself into a position where
she could, by dilatory tactica, prevent the
construction of an Tsthalan canal, and
duriag the time of her auccessful Bost.
ponement of this canal, ahe was ableto
construct the Sues canal, which has been
80 profitable to all of the stockholders,
including the royal family,

In the hamble opinion of the writer,
diplomata of Great Hritain used the
Clayton-Bulwer treaty for dilatory, pur,
poses, and under that treaty the United
Dtates could not proceed to conatructa
canal across the Isthmus without the
asslatance, cobsent and cogperation of
Grent Britain,

Many representations were made be
tween tho American end English govern
menta, and tnally about 18, the con
wittee ou foreign relations reported Jn the
United Staten senate (n substance that the
Clayton Bolwer treaty was olsulete for
none ure, that nethiug having been done
for nearly fifty years, the government of
the United States was at Ilberty to
negotiate for an Iathinian canal wherever
and whenever it was dt. I aw stating
these matters larnely from recollection,
but my revollection is that that report
was signed by Hinine, Kdmonds, Sherman,
Morgan and olbers, the tben recognised
Jeaders of the supate upon all matters of
international law,

Meantime, representatloon came from
the governmert of Great Lritain tothe
effoct that that would bo regarded aa an
unfriendly act, aud the matter waa taken
up for conaiderarion duzing Cleveland s
eccond adininistration, and fnelly, unde
President McKinley, what was known as
the Hay Pauncefort treaty was sent to
the senate for ratification. This treaty
practically reaftirmed all of the obnoxious
and un American provisions of tha
Clayton Bulwer treaty — provided = in
substance that the goverpwent of the
United States might hase and build
its own canal, but prosided that it was to
be neutral territory fasteadl of American
territory, as contemplated by Blaine.

itis also vided that the government
of the United states shoudl never le
allowed by fortify stecanal, and another
very obnoxious provision was to the
effect that the government of the L ulted
beates might pot give a differential or
show any preference to ourown constwisg

trade.

l¢ was really but very little or no im-
provewent upon the old Clayton Bulwer
treaty, forthe reason that nearly every
Awerican would consider the neutrallza-
tlou of any part of our territory as
bumiliatlug, aod further it waa the lu
tention of thts government to encourage
cocst-wlse trade Letween the eastern
and westera coast of our country,
whkh, in all bumag probability
could not afford Ww pay the beary
expense to toll that would be expected to
be*pald Ly the sea going trade makirg
Jong hauls,

I consider the greatest blunder, how
exer won that ‘oe rnold wake @ treaty
to spend three or four hundred milllons of
dollars of American money fa Auierican
territory, aud xgree pever to fortlty,
thereby leaving It to Le taken pounwasion
the strougest naval power fa the
world whenever thelr “allitery peovw!
Cee” might reysire.

‘Treaty wents Ay out of the window
when wititary necessity knocks at the
dour, aud In ay oploion, {t should have
Loon {ust as senaible for us to have estab
lished a wanufactucuy plaat for guns and
woilitary supplies In London, Bertin Paris
ov Madtid as to base peut this imu ase
fortune and Joft it unprotected, so that
the military wevemlty of Great Britsiu
might have compelled her ly take pusw >
sion of itat any Une.

The socalled Hay Pauncefort treaty No,
did vot receive the sanction of Great
Britaln, and the whole thing was left in
mid alr at the time of the sad traged _
the assassination of Drealdent dicKinfey.
Theaxtore Hovsevelt bycame president,
aud be hnusediately Rave votes w the
Knish diplomats that a wew treaty imituist
te drawn which would wake It au = alt
Amertoan canal.” | buve nao aivaos of
knowing tore than any other cltizen,
but the reeult show Yhet be must have
seid that be waspertectly willing to pogotl

‘a treaty whichshould supplant theCtay
toh Bulwer treaty, aud by ite terms
nized that there had no & treaty and
in that way prevent any thing that uigbt
Le considers) aa unfriendly to Great
Hritain but fromthe (realy whib be
mcured it is perfectly apparect thet be
potided they that if @ treaty ovuld

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honor bound not to fortify, The construc
tion in faternational law, however Is just
the opposite. Tha rale Is this, If then
is a pros isiow in the treaty hich tuils of
complete ratifeation, and afterwards,
that provision is omitted, then it ia pre
gamed that the high contra ting partivs
have waived thatdemand. Toapply that
rule to this case means that the original
Hay Pauncefort treaty, having contained
an agreement that we would not fortify,
and the second or ainendel treaty, which
was ra(ltied, having omitted that provi
sion, is in effect the same na if there was
an affirmative agreement that we might
fortify, or [fall of the treaties had been

lent on that subject, we woulkt atill

ave the right to fortify under the law of
nationa, which gives the natlon the right
to protect [ts own,

President Taft, fn his very wise fad,
ment, I think hay recommended the fort
fication, and congress bas made the neces
sary appropriation, and it is pleasing to
the writer hervof to note in the prem how
the president ix belong pralsed for doin:
what some of us wanted todo in the ortsl’
nal consideration of the treaty, snd for
which we were so bitterly denounced

While giving this praise to President
Taft, it tnulso fair to state that if: Preal
dent Itounevelt bad vot shown a firin
American spirit to either abrogate the old
treaty or make a new one, consistent with
the American idea, we would to day still
be locked wp in diptowatio correspondence
representation and inisrepresentations,
communiations and tactics, and in the
Jumble opinion of the writer, not a single
sboveitul of curth would have Leen Sitted
la the construction of thiy great enterprise
The treaty which he negotiated was pra
lically an alwotute abandonment of the
old Clayton Bulwer treaty, and yet done
in a way consistent with lhe dij ity of
Great Uritain, Yet the treaty (tell makes
every foot of the cana! American terittory,
subject not only to our regulations, bu
theright to fortify and defend it agalust
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‘all Steamer" Pring Willeus IV." fa
dus here from Vencauelan Porta on or
avout znd September 1011, proceedin,
afterwards to Maramaribo, Havre ant
Amuerdem taking cargo, pansengera and
jnalia,
puss WILLEM I. The Royal

Dutch Mail bteamer “Prins Willam
ML te due berw from Amsterdau via
Parawaribo and Demerara on or abou
the 11th beptember 1011, proceeding aftert
wards to Sarapano, Cumana, Guan’ Ta
Guayra, Pto. Cabello, Curaaa, Port au
Prince and New York taking cargo, pas

bengers and inaile,
Piss WILLIS V - The toyal Dotch
Mail Steamer “Prins Willen V" iw
due here from VYenesuelan Parte on or
about 10th beptember 111, 10
afterwards to Paramaribo, Havre and
Apterdam taking cargo, passengers and
malls,
Pey WILLEM EL, The Royal Datch
Mail Steamer “Prins Willen 1.” 4s
due bere from Armsterdai vis Parazoaribo
and Demerara on or about 2b September
101), proceeding afterwanls to Carupano,
Cumana, Guanta, La Guayrs, Pte,
Catglio, Curwma, Jmmel Aux Cayes,
Portaulrivce aod New Yok takivg
can awengers wid minis.
O RANJENASSAL The Noval Dutch
Mall Steamer “Oranje Nawmu = is
due here froin Venesuelan Porta pn ur
aoout 2th September 11) fiend
afterwards to Porasmalle, Slavre ane
Aumterdaut takiag Cargo, jutsogugery and
maile





New Youk—Parawertbo
Bervie

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Tue Koval Dorcn Maii~Aarwre
M ANUWIINE. The wn. Maruw line
JV0 tedue trk here frow Perauastho
Vin Barbadad un. Tuesday ab Sept. wil
atid will teave the maine day direct for
New York, aking cargo passengers aud

tails,

WPPENAMEK Theas * Coppensgie”
In due here from Jaramaribo on -
day iMth beptember 11] and will leave
axe day wt uoon precinel) direct for New
York sue augere aud tn,

M4 IN hee
dtL tadue from New York dlswct
ion Si Replewbler Vil mod will

as Maron luo
leave the saus day for Poramaribo taking

btales would, as (t bad o ri,
Lotte Pe ee tional Jaw, ab ght te oe vee oe “ Baregawe”
ebole treaty aud raet the ry is due bare from i jammar{ to pa on
and wi ve
“te present treaty left oul the section neat da; hoow direct for New
wbich uted the Goveswinent of the York, ta carga, gore ond

Unit

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DINNER & TEA SERVICE

' a4 DOLT ALS,
White & Gold Dinner Sets.
183 DOLLARS,

PANCY DECORATED CHINA DINNER SETS,

$10.00 TO 855,00,

Choaper Lines—29.00 up ; Tea Sets $2.00, $5.00 to
$13.00; t orsert Scts—-$6.00 to $20.00.

Chamber Sets—$2.00 to 9.00,

Art Vases, Majolica Pots Hanging Lamps, Table Lamps. @







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Compagnie Generale
Transatlantique,
©. Leotaup & Sox—

AGRYTs,
T. DOMINIGUR.—The Freach Mail
Steamer " 8t. Domingue" ty dae here
fcom Demerara on the th of September
and will feave the same day for St, Lucia,
Afartinique, Guadelou ‘ nd St. Nazalre,
takin, SAE froatls and cargo.
N VADELOCTE, The French Mait
I Steamer “Guadeloupe” ty due bers
from Europe via Guadeloupe and Martla
Iyue on or about the 7th of September and
will ed afterwards to Carapauo, La
Guayra, Saeanilia, Colon and Port Limon
taking 1st «lass passengers, mails ahd

pay
S DOMINIGUE, The French Mall
dteamer “St. Doisinigue ‘from Europa
sla Gauleloupe, Martiniqae end St. Lacia
is due here on or about the zlth of Sep
tember and will proceed afterwards to
Dewerara, Surinamand Casenue, taking
cargo, passengers and mails,
G ADELOUPE - The Frenuh Mail
Steamer “Guadeloupe is due here
from Venexuelan ports on or about the
ith of September and will proceed after-
yards ta artini ne Guadeloupe, Santan-
jar, Bordeaux and May; tbs
wera, cango snd mails â„¢ mp Pease



Veloco Navigazione

> Utsliana a Vapors
Tuk New Cotoxtat Oo
Ltn Actnts.

Ours DI MILANO The ss * Cltts
J ti Mano “is due here from Genoa,
via Marseltles, Barcelona and Teneriffe on
or about 17th Septembér proceeding after-
wardate Ta uunlr Pto, Cabello, Curacao,
Pto. Limon and Colon, taking cargn, ist
clans passcngers and mails if quarantine
perutts os —

———$——
Tho Voustons Line of

Steamors
Gro, BR, ALaton & Co,

AGENTH.

M ONADNOCK. -'Thea.s. “ Monadnock
2M ig duc here fron Juenvs Alrea on or
about the sth September, proceeding
afterwards to Marbados, Clenfertian,
Vlavana, Boston aud New York, taking
cargo, passengers and malls,

Lamport & Holt Lune
of Steamers
Gxonde 2, Arator &
Co—Agents,

TIYENNYSON,—The sa.“ Lennynon * Is

due here from Santos, on fhe lite
September, and will leave the sune day
for New York, via Barbutos taking cargo,
Wri ors aad malls,



TERDL —Thea as, “Verdi fa due here
from Buenos Aires on the oth
Reptember, and will legve the same day

SHIPPING INTELLICE CE.

for New York, via Barbados taklug pargyu, Se eet Ne
passengors and mails, = ms . ‘ AnnivALa " 4
re aTaliO’ TL a t *
tho Bese” Adlatic” [onoy, Veo. boat, oreno, 7 tonst 1 Yay,

Line of Steamers. Cristobol Colon 1 hide, 400U cuvonuts

es

xo, H, Ausron & Co, 2 passengers.
Agents. DEPARTURES,
'T, JAN —The o& St. Jan fa due here August Sth.

3 foom Kurepe on the Mth bepteintrer,
and will leave the same day fur Demerara
and Paramaribo, taking cargo, pawengers
and mails,
IT JAN + Thess. St. Jan ts duo here
from Paramaribo on the with beptem-
bir proceeding afterwards to Bartedos,
&e Lucia, St) Thomas, Havre, London,
end Continental porta, taking cang,
Ss.

ogers and mails. .
es Hamburg - meri-

Ont ko Dri eta, Vale, 1,219 tone, Har.
hados --12 bage Trinidad coffee, 10 baga
Teloidad cocoa, 3UU boxes potatoes, 1
wooden box, Stravellere kits and
7 brinorangen and 13 passengers, iy
Gordon, Giant and Company Lut,

Exaive, Dirit str, Newton, 297 tons
Savane Georgla—20 tous bunker coal
By Gordon, Grant and Company [laalts ad

Cine ve-JS ULI, Ven, in boat, Nervan,
85 tons, Cristobol Coion. 1 gun 13) men

Inpetisaore, Lelglan stmr, Palum uv
ih, Grand Turk —ballast--By Royal

DentAa,« Vers stor, Lopes, 20 tons,

can fino.
PAUL TT CHEEREA & Co

aayTA
Virgtoia” of the

VAGINIA. These * Cludad Hollvar—1W tous general
Hamburg American Line is due here} Si passengers. Hy Cla An, de Nav,
from Venezuelan Vorta on or about], Fluv. y Cont de Vener.
heptember 10th, proceeding afterwards to | Weanaps, Brit, stir, Waterman,

2,200 Lone Port Arthur, U.S.A,—178 tons

I 1 bt. Th
Ilavre and Hamburg v OTUAS, pe ene Ts byw

taking cargo, passengers and maiis.- Archer,

.

Chen be as. “Crotin of the be
Hamborg Amerioan Tine je due bere | 1M ace Lat Ven, dloop, ludriagu. 9
from Venezuelan Porta on or about song Crietovol Voloa—aua ry pkgs andes

Br ptember Zir 1, proceeding afterwards to
Havre and Hamburg via St. Thomas,
taking o paseengers snd walls,
“VRSED A. ‘The aa, “ Venetia” of the
Haaburg American @ in due here
from Ilamburyg on or about September
Zird, proceediug afterwards to Carupano,
[a Guavra, Poerto Cabello and Jaraao,

taking cargo, passengers and maila,
the ioudun 1? irect

lina of Steamers,
Tux New Coton Co,
Lrp, Aoznts.
NAHSTOON, -The 6.0. “daratoon” te
5 due here from London yla Hartados
@th Beptanber,



CLOSIHG OF MAILS.

Malls for Paramaribo by th “
Willett {Vwi tn clea separates
the 2nd September at 0am. Iegietration
walle for New York pee ap, *

ator Aew or ft #..
Pei eyelet
M. al iT, a e
pene Now Yorks bythe at taboer
ne” will te on Tuesday the 23th
Beptember at noon. } tod ats ibe

wd '
M Bu Michatte ead



and Grenada, on or atout.
proceeding afterwards to Desnevars taking
eal nevevand meils,

van jor Rare? io" wit! & lowed
ay “Trent”
ata ie on Tuceday "sh Bey i ber.












eric seed Hegts! ration aud pemaneper mai at Ly
& “ompany ui Paros’ received, and Money
THe Naw Coramtat Go, Drderw fysued upts S put, on Monday
Aa Kenly, .
peas. Theas “Belgien ’ Ix due |, jyAls for Carupano, Veupatar att

4 Guayre pee US. Berhde

closed oa Tae lay St

TE Tarra trees
aa les for Ch aed ac! var pe! PF, .

sand’ have Leon eatended Lota s

here frou Liverpoot vie Barbados on

or aluut Ith beptemler procveding after

wank to La Gusts, Per Cabella and

Curnoao, taking targe, posengery aud
n



uoulla if quarantine pruiis. | Saturday the Bud lustaat. “Lingle
Trinidad Line of [#¢ HAvam
Steames,
Troon Sue | SSE

Traping Co.— AGENTS,
ARENADA Those “Grenada of the
r ‘Prinidad fine will eave Trinidad for
New Yok via Grenada on tbe 3b Augast
11h and in cue to arrtve there ou Zug,
beptember Lil,
N ANACAS The as. of
t the Trintdad Binw will leave New
Xork for Triaklad vie Greoada on the Sth

ust 191) and isdue ta srriva bere on
and

HOW SY wavany ~The 9,
a o Ngve "of pre Triaklad
ine WIT leare New York Aor Trinktad

diseet on the Wh Se; eiuher 19)1 aud is due
ta arrive here ou ember 1081
ROWS OF GRARADA The ss
* Crown of Gri :
jue will leave re
direct ou the Sth ft ae aml le due
to arrive there on Ut Bopteuiler wil.
Gs ADA The we. * "af the

Tux Pin Tuat Batwwus Keune ,
When, after one has hea of ay,
meal he is oppieewnd Secllug stb
fulness sod paina In the stomach he
wullers frow dyspepela, which will
td if it bw not dealt with, Dr.
Nell oN vtable lle are are the
ver: oe that can take
ta ‘cing relief, pee ilts are

oun) inded
dyer sod thelrveigiling quate

in reepel an be all thew
Ugians of usere, reached by :

Se en sey
. TAKE IT AT THR START!

J
vl

* Maracna

speciall

Orsuada
vimidad Line will leave New York
tor Trinidad vis Grenada Oa the Hah Sep

") Yea Of the trouble, and there wf!
omempber fist uti SOME BWM | outs Tatng's Fumous While Pee
NTRS Finns, marae atang | seach Syrupyben cured Bundreds ef
7 © ve e
at vie Grevade. on the 16th cueigy, Tobe bad euly teven fr 1

terubey ards dueta ashe
Hirewbed Aad lak

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LATEST TELECRAMS.

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THRSATENED STRIKEAVERTED,
London,.September 1:t,

The threatened trouble of the Great
Eastern Railway hes been averted.
The men complained that the Railway
was not living upto the terme of the
agreement of August 10th in regard to
teinstating the atrikers; and the repre-
eentalives of the Railway Companies,
the Unions and the Boardof Trade
drew upa achete for settlement of
the metter which was satisfactory to

everybody.
COLLIERS STRIKE,

A hundred collf-ra at Lianelly etzuck
work yesterday, aud other colliers
lave given notice that they will refuse
to work with non-unloniate,

LONDON'S POPULATION,

The census shews the population ef
the Administrative Vonnty of Lundon
to be 4523001 aod the outer sin
2,790,003, making the population uv
Greater London 7,252;

THE DISAPPEARANCE OF THE
LOUVRE TREASURE,

A Parie despatch says the Cabinat
has recetvedthe report of the admints-
trative Inquiry Into the disappearance
from the Louvre ofthe Art treasure
“+ La Joconde' and decided to suspend
BM. Homolle, as Director of the Nation
al Museum, and other guardian»
le onder befurg a Duciplinary
Council,

WOMEN'S NIOTOUS DEMON-
MONSTRATION,

The women of Northern France ace
indulging fn rlotous demonstrations as
aprotest against the bigh prices af
food; and the wowen of Yaris are
érganizing for similer dewronstrations.

oan CHALLENGE EDITOR

Toulouse, a local editor havin
refused to Hight a duet witha womay
who challengéd him, hay been flood
with fhaeniee ta nortal combat
in 2) other women,
(VAT. DOES BPAIN MEAN?

A Madeldplespateh states that Spala,
by virtue o the Morvcean Treaty of
1900 and as a result of negotlations and
also upon the advice of Germany, bes
Banto Civix, Minenrejust, south of
Agadir | fu troupe being withdrawn
from the



(anary Islands for t
Miike u procwn QUESTION. -WAR
§ ALMOAT A OER.

© BER TAINTY,

Herlia advices state that the conver
valions regarding Morocoo will be re
on i aud the newspapers are
filled with discussions and speculations
Teepeoting theu. The Chauryintstle
papers fucusloy thety hatred not
Frenes. but upon Greet Britain

which bs aecued of cueniagly Uwying

lo drive France lato « war w Ad
weny tosallsdy her own wl pur
and Ube leinper Of the extreiu-

Fi cot I keke, Sau tah

qmpontaalivn last wig whi:
tees Bastain wae weviled without
peoeutr,

“HOTSTUFF" FROM VIENNA
NEWSPAPEHL,

The Vierna “ Reichspost™

reat Britain's interferénce has given
& grave turn to the negotiations
between France and Germany. aud
declares that Germany has been fin

Hed tu warn reserve officersngt to
Trove the country. Continuing, it
says, there are threatening signs In
European sky, and a deep movement
is going on, the German frome hein;
weary of the never ending Dritia!
intrigues and attempted impertinent

vetoes,
ROYAL MATRIMONIAL ALLI
SCE. :

NCE,

A St. Petersbu telegram an-
hounces the ariival of King Deter
of Servia with his daughter, Vrincess
Melena, as the guests of the Cyur.
Princes Helens weds Piince John, son
of the Grand Duke Censtantine on
September 3,

ys that



ALLEGED THEFT BY FALSE
PRETENCES.



GONZALES NOT PRODUCED,
A HANDWRITING EXPERT WANTED.

MAQGIOTRATE POSTTONKES 108 Ob
CIION,

The case fin which Mr. Pauline
Dickson of Pilates’ Town charg-
ed Joseph Adolphus Singuiueaa of
48 ~Chariotte dtreet, Ulty,, with
having received by false pretences
$15 with foten to. rob_ her
was resutned before Mr. C. Deane,
Acting City Magistrate, yesterday.

The case had been poxtponed fron
the last hearing for defendant to pro-
dluce evidence of the exiatence of B.A.
Gonzales, Mr. Lasaalle, defendant's
Bulic itor now sald he did not intend
cacrylog the case any further, Lle
then addressed the Magistrate. Cor
menting ov the evidence of the prose-
cutlon bedealt particularly with the
handwriting of the letters supposed to”
be written by two different men.
There was no evidedtce sworn ta on the
notes, be sald, that that wiiting was
the handwriting of the defendant
Mingulneau, purporting to come from
Gonaalesjand the mere shullarity of
Ube writing was nyt sufiicient to brin
homea conviction {fu the absence o}
any diepruof of the existence of Gon-
talon ere was no evidence that de-
fendant had put the advertisement lo
the newspaper; that alsu was mere de-
duction; nor had it been proved that
the pretences were falee in fact The
whole case was ou assumption
and speeulation and he was puzzied to
think that a legal mind could see guilt
ian case like that.

Tne magistrate said that the only
porot which he thought deset ved serl-
one consideration was that about the
handwalting. ldo was troubled as to
whether there should not be sworn
testimony of the slullarity uf the

writing,

Mr. Book sald he was not aware that
there were any handwriting experta ia
theisland and toble mind the situl-
larity wae eo striking that therv was
no need far the evidence of an expert.
If Mis Worship had seen the writing
and if be waa not courinoed that those
letters were wiitten by one and the
asine pessun, as he had already ex-
speeunl, then goodbyy to convictions
n cages of that kind; and the pwople
of the eopmmunity woul be at the
meres of rogues uf defendant's type,

The magistrate eventually aljourned
the vase unl) Tuesday next for con.
sideration of that polnt,

Mr. Couk sald he was just made to
uudemstand that they had something
af « hendwrifiag expat bLeein (he
pereun of Mr. and in the interest
of Justien bile assletance ooukl Leacught,
if necemary.



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eerjous silnentes is yours of
suffevog Drive out vulds aud coughs

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LADIES Champagne and Tan Riobon Tie Lace
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TRINIDAD RIFLE ASSOCIATION.

At a meeting of the T.K.A. Com-
inittee held yesterday, it wae decided
toretain the target dimensious of last
year's Bisley Regulations, and to post-
pone the introduction of the changes

n this year's Bisley programue until
the commencement of next shootit
season, The new prizes are -3) yanis
bull 5 inches (now six); 400 yanis bull
S(now)); GY and (OO yards ball 18
(now 20), with a corresponding de-
creaseiuthe other rings. Prizea for
this year's Annual Competition have
been promised by the Hon. Adam
Smuth, KE. 1. Atkinson, Esq .and Colo-
nel J. 1. Collens, V.UL, (Acting Presi-
dent.

Oolanel Cullens’ prize will be a Sa
ver Gup, for competitiun by Zod and
8rd clisa shota only, who mist be
members of that‘ al, and the condi
tlona are the same aa for the present
monthly events. Money prizes will te
added from the funds. "The Kevolver
Competition has been abaudoned.
Colonel Collens hay given a prize for
revolver shooting for several years,
but want of suitable range accommo.
dation aud match weapons bas eame-
what bandiecapped this event, Colonel
Swalo will agaln giving “The
Presiloate.” the condiiions bung the
kane as those of last year, except that
only bite on the “figure * will count.
The Coconte Range will be open for
practice, tt ,at2 p.m to-day,





SANCRE GRANDE.

(Communicated,)

On Wednesday fast, 30th, instant
there passed away from thin life Mrs
Auna Ceazar aged 1) years, the daugh-
terin-law of Mr Joseph Riley, one of
the largest cocoa proprietors in the
Ovropoucbe district, Sangre QUrande.
Her death caused every meniber of
her family to be greatly grieved, be-
cause by her affable rammers she had
couspletely capitivated the hearta of
them all, Her iliness, which was
painful and bhgeting one was borne
with characteristic christian fortitude,
and in her last momenta ble was com:
ierted by the last Sacrainenta of the

Jhurch,

The funeral left the famnily residence
at Oropoucbe at 11 o'clock, and was
inet ataomue distance from the Church
by the Patish Pitest, Father Domini-
que Muckain, OJP. and acolytes, The
cuitege that followed the remains to the
cemetery wasanunusuall y faa yeone, The
bearers were = Messrs, J. Quildan, J.
Thomas, Knolly Mitchell, P. Heury, 8.
Mithbellaud A Chatles The mourn
ers were Mev, Jovephh Riley (mother,
Mrs. Williaune and Miss Ceazar(daugh-
ter), Mra. B, Riley and Afra, A. Hiley (eis-
tere-lo-law), Masterw Charles and Bt.
Loule Cearar (sons), Masters Regis
Riley, Anderson Hitey and) Roney
Riley (nephews). Mr Bo Riley aud Sir.
Youle Hiley (brothers) Aion the
fullowere were: Dr, Haubinson, Meward,
Alexander Charles, Morvau, Hongrily
Halarayia, Chriatian, Peters. Of,
Hope, J.D. Regw and several others,
We beg to extend ta the sorrewing
relatives our voudolence on their loss.



——_

AMENDING THE ROADS
ORDINANCE.

There has been publ the draft of
an Ordinance to Tue Rows
Oxdipance, No. 30 with the fallowlex

ts and reasons i— ¢ *
on Zof this firatt be thinveesl
O64 BT ey manne ff xe
wooain of vert

tha! wuvinber having ceased to le
4 coanes Wo be ob eruber of a
. the only way ia whith

effect coubl’ be yiven to rovd
adon iv Ly proceediugs yuo fo,
whikh wc expenive aud ordi
wonld ant cane un for tal for
wry capsideable tina The torus of
Compurctions Act ib tis aud 46
ot Act, (45 a
7 6 80 os. 4) and 228 and supply
au easy and comparatively inexpeu
blve way of toasting a qualife stion
She aroendment ade by od uf

this diaft is-conseguential upon the
amendment made in s, 54 of No, 200
by Ordinance No. 23 of 1906, and ap

ira not to have been wade by tha
fast mentioned Ordinance through

vertence.

The amendinents sought to be made
by es. 1, 5 and 6 of the draft are due
to a Itoad rate having been made b:
the Diego Martin | Boanl an
the collection of It started under es,
$f and 8) of Ordirsance No. 200§ prior
ta « resolution to rescind the rate
having becn passed, Af uestion arcee
na to whether « rate once levied and
tnade by a Board and conseo' to
by the “Governor coutd be resciaded
and also as to the authority by whom
the expense of first: altering an As-
teasment Koll, and subsequently com
recting it should he borne Certain
persuns bave paid this rate and powe
er is taken to return them, the
atnouuts, aod provision Is ea to
fite personos who have not pald from
all Havility {n respect of nou-pay-
men

After the supersession of the Arima
Taxal Road Board the question Jarose
oa to the Mability of members for un-
authorized expenditure, but the Act-
ing Altorney General advised—See
Oouncil Paper 40—19]1—that in view
of the wording of Section 06 of Onite
nance 29) this Hability ceased, ia his
upinion, ou the supersession or _ex-
tinction of the Board, Section 7 of
this Ill proposes te continue this
Natulity after supersession, but pro-
vides that any amount recovered
should be paid fate the Cotoniall Trea-
ayry.



DEATH IN THE HOBBLE SKIRT.

St. Petersburg. Aug, 9.

Ata sununer resort two sisters have
been drowned within a few yardsouf
the shore owlog tw the modern im-
becile dress with a girdle below the
knees. The two girls, swlome:
went out boating with a student an
were overturned close to land,
Thestudent swam out: the girls strug:
gled fora while switamlag with arms
only, but al last went orn thelr

ive being en recove sume

hours later. The Standard e





PRICES CURRENT.

~~ aug. BL [Sept ti
nrw yore # Dt tate
FLOUR;

Blamted Cleare for
pee barrel






$s
AEA tod perbri .., @420 3.00
ro .

vest ‘ a
ones Baws ice BL
8 Santi

Jrystaly WW per cent
uty dtakd.



3 Sha
Musapvado MW per ovat *
Duty ald O4.75]9.1.68
MOLASSES ;
Kang. Idaud pur gel. . a
RXCHANG HOM LONUON ‘ae «
xy
wen Micah
ded par Stitt
_ Printed Pyitpoon, Ea tet
ba th Upland pts, & fi0-10
Medium Fine Sea
per I Now,
rans

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m.«

-~ Be

} * Magdatona”

/ Yr
WI.
oj Poon fi HADDOCK,
> KIPPERS,
i B Pe
» «~SACSA
4 eGURrORT CHEESE,
Oca MIDGET CHEESE,

he

—AT—

ae STORES. !

EAUX WINES

© vecired by au by as “ Magdalena”,
gieta asvorimen. of Wice sam-
og ¢

lon, 8%. Jolien, frousae, /

, Burgse and Sauternes.

bs rusty will be received
ve wit
please apply to

A. FORTIER.
pees 1011,

a A ng & Co,
Hl GROCER

me Qa eee

Sterazo Goods

§, “MAGDALENA.”

pH BACK BACON —per Ibs 36
ct
i HENGE —pae dvz, 43,

er Ib,
RE Eat perk

fr Se,
Br CREAM CUEESE ©

eee ect
os «SEN AL] fac
cutie CREA per Jar es
er lb, 430
£AUBAGES vee Peete 408,
“
_———————

Bentistry.
R.A. MARQUEZ

+ 3m Gn Fred wet.
Repatieace ia Gold Crow
ant Badge work, “Peqme moder,
hay and sitlifeo ton lgaar

eohvt-—~ Telenhone 633.

SSW CHOCEH

mee

rt

im

pla at Cheapest Prices !

Ree COWS BLT LER 490 tin
Aus Taine filled) do, 43c tin
ibtias ae a .
iv tins ony o

Potit Pois

fas email & delici ous 180 tlie,
IN Sha LE Put upin lip





ASAUNE |

Macanost § , ead
Veunrcres | ids
AUARUNC & Resets
SEER aye

= ln te fuk itis. iz fo

uo, OANARY WEEDS

4 BODA Bocirts Jib tine 0

eRe ITER ALL ANA Biscuits
il tos duo"

MS arin kauiene Sat Os
or ag at Ste, per tin.

Teel COUNAL BRANDY—

ae $b
mney woe Dit RAVER

in

asi Fixe

ua tant Oboe ack fal
mea fi Lit at ‘sie bot.




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ie ppslions, Ltd, |

a, W. GOODING, i

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=a = Se

ee



Foot Ball

BOO'TS.
Several styles

TO
SELACT FROM,

Men’s & Boys’

ADD SiZHsS

—AT—

GLENDINNING'S

FREDERICK STREET.

CHAMPAGNE.
0, H, MUMMS & IIe

RWMIDis

—

Just Recelved, and For fale.
. Cascs of

oro ange

IN QUARTS AXD PINTS,



vs




















Amoricani”
QUARTER — PINTS.
|| CASES OF ‘CARTE BLANOAE’

cut
Quarter 4 & FPinty,

&C.

4 Wessels Bros & You Contarg
70 SOUTH QUAY,

Hamm
a

-



LIBRERIA ESPANOLA,’
La Camelia—Gl, Queen Street,

POPPEEOTLOOP DEEDES

NALIOS CASTELL ANOS : Be acalan de recible laa witinas ediciones de loa

DD Sratenin Nuevo Eaciclopedica, odicion iustrada con miliares de gratadua,
retratos de hombres célebrus y laminas enc iciepedicas, an tume

pasta tela fa Sua eo ae Dicctunariy Coupleta por Hodriques Navas, contiene vocu-

1, duble numero de articulus que low diccionartos usualon, fuctudidy
e th vsartonata Ee padol. Ltome 4° gaa: or dale colmusa, pasta cull dad
Lariat’ ATURA. Ulisse obras rovitddas novelas interesante tmorates

sls Salgail. Fevat, Gooan Doyle, Di kena, Mack ata, Walter
et pant Collas, ico bil vente Belut, ou
ot Galant Coledciou coupieta de a towes on 39 de JU pagiuas
proximamente en rustica elegaate—ls ovlocios sompleta por $4.2,

ANTHONY TOULON,

August itis Wil Gi, Qnoen Street,

FOR SALE.

been a)









LLA KATATE altuated in the Want of Measaniila Mey Rie cf
sAnte sragel wiles fi rom Hanae Grande Marten asel Rhle trom
the Pium ‘inet Je with Gart Hand to spot.
( alttention-ae ‘Fearing Yrvee, Hal Troon, Quarter lose
Owne aa
Gontias tors ver } yours Z n
Gontimtors uidar § yours —_ -

"
There ne alec 94) Onesons TH ata ge



‘GAZE

TRINIDAD.



ee
et ee a

“191

" She) he A —
gy
y
YE of

DAILY ONE PENNY |

yl tO TO
“ewerage Con Conlfactars

DAVIDSON, & TO0D

Mave falehed ‘all their
contracts and are now
sellia off the remains

), SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 2



TRIAIDAD FIRE [ASURRRGE O9.1

meV on Can Look’

(HOTUML & } CO-OPERATIVE 3
Tho whole city over and you'll not find as Choap

an, onacon Street
TELEPHONE No, 52, or GBottor values ia Dry Gouds than at
OLDERS o Polictes dated 1906, ma
i gow Spply at the Company 8 Oftine, 1
atom Street, fcr their TRIENNIAL
SCIP CERTIFICATKS and alse for their















et the Jast appua geoeral meet
telennial premlames may aleo a
Ofice for the OASL D! DIVIDENDS correce

pondisg to same,
A. F. MATILISON,
Secretary & Treasurer,
Fost of Spay
tober 2910,

Loan Association,

Telephone: mo, 62

—O-

uz Board of Directors of thie Asso-
ciation have declared an Interim
Dividend of 4 per cent for the half
yer ended 30th June last and mem.

rs whoeseharee have now matured
or whose mortgages are are now paid
up may apply to the office for their
respective cash amounte or releases
of mortgages,

A rr. ee MAT TBON.
oTreasurer,

Port-of-Â¥ sp uy

20th J wih



\Cable » hin

SEVERAL EDITIONS OF THE

Western Union Cable Code
and T: legraphio

DIRECTORIES.

~Also:—

POCKET EDITIONS OF
Westorn Union Code

Speclalry eulled for travellers.
Ter Bale by (he Agent ¢

T. GEDDES GRANT

2, BROADWAWW

TRINIDAD,
(pubLio NOTICE ,ia hereby given thet
ia purmenes of snorer cf Ble Has
oar, The Chief Justice bearing dete the
2oub day of August 1911, the properties
adverticed ta be sold in the matter where-
fo John Arthar Gordon is Pisintift aca
Charles Mellzen and o here sre Delon-
dents on the Sist dey of Aaguat J911, will
pot be sold oa that dey but on Thoreday
the 7th day of Baoteniter iii, between
the bours of § and 2 p.m,
Dated thie 30cb ago ace youl,

“Actlog Hepler,

Geo, E, McLean

WATCH REPAIRER AND
sEWELLEL
24 Frodorick St

Miss Pierra’s ‘Studio

5? TRAGARETE ROAD,
CBRISTHAS TERM COMMENCES,

ath Heptemper.,
Suosects Taveut— -,
PIANOPONTE, Harmoby, Theory of

otc phopuction Hight-Hi
Vo Mueteal Dictation, EI OcUTION.”
Inatlon. Deportwent, Gesture ond

Drama
“ IDA ¢* TIRRRE,
‘ce

Prospectus
ste arse
fed ae te

Without Rival

LAINGB tODA WaTER AND
eWKELD RINKS,

clesu drinks iu ulesu buwdes
LAINGS PURE BUDA FACTORY





GASA DIVIDEND on same, sanctioned
ng of meu
Holders of Scrip isued on formet

at she | So, many Folks told us after making the rounds of the Stores



Trinidad Building and

OFFICE, NO, 1s, OHAOON STREET,

| ‘Trinidad Manurial Lime,

TRINIDAD MANURIAL LIME.

Te. new « Blick "pve soreena, with
with green bilze, Seitable for sayety

SKEOCH & CO’S,

of their fittingsat « «

Half Price.

THESE INCLUDE t—

Cast Iron Bends, Traps, Junc ;
tions, Offsets, Pipe
Clips, ete., ete,

Gome

TO BE SEEN AT OUR QUEEN 8f,
STORE,












daring the Hoight ant Hubbub incidental to
the much vaunted CHEAP SALES,

We are nob surprised at having
Constant Aim isco give tho

Best & Cheapest

FOR THE MONEY.

1
mew DAD eee

£5" CET BUSY & TRADE

—sT—

SKHOCE & CO.

a)
Frederick Street, so ,

heard this as our

9 eee
Como Early!

im ARCADE.





Victoria Institute

en 6514

SPECIALISTS av ibaReiae!
NWOTLOH.

JUST HUOEIVED FROM THE OELEBRATED FIRM

GOURNMENT WOTIES
Coton Saeganr Oorar Suen h Augean, WL



OF pe Direoros a { Pablle Works will
bext useting ol the Coat Itad Ghent,
OATR R Dp Dp u Pp Y Bz co Secretary, ( Cantral aa,
eGoanadg.

Rewotoed—ls Thai tbe Se uack starting from
vw thotermings of theOutucupano Ex,
oe bens Kou, Sants Cruz Ward,
1 St. Ano’e Road Union, and ran
o« «Bing ia a portberly direction for
s & Glstance of 3 Riles thronzh
wo the lands of Trengatitien Roper,
nw Domitille Lopes, Denjamio, Comil.
vw lio Gomes and Francois Thomast
" ged bermlinating at Oyril Bay be

be declared a Pubic (toca!) Road.’

GOVERNMENT HOUSE,
2let August 19i!,
Te fe hereby notified for the laformation
Of thse wh De it may concera has Lite
Brisannio Mejoscy’s Minister at Panag
hee reported thet it la desirable t0 advise
Bis AW est Ingisn sabjects nut to pre
coed $0 Nicaragua for the preeent to wok
on Panana plaatstions ow’! to the wor
satisfactory tonditlons and and wages,
iy
ee d, BUBHE,
(No.269) — Actlog O.toniel oorerary,

TRINIDAD aw anp TOBAGY,
on 3
By iis Eeslleary Slr Jeonag Rute
vax Lx Munem, K right Comman-
dor of the Moss

20 cases ‘ 3 ON E STAR' BRANDY.
25 do ‘THREE STARS’ BIANLY
5 do V,OP.' BRAYDY

2

50 cases
SOLE AGENTS

SCOTT, BOYD & CO

No, 6, Broadway.
6 Teieruone 132.





REQUIRED

FOR.

SOU EU SOLS.



meanders
tpcatal ind ore the Gray ot

Tobago and
DB Deruaduncog Vie Admiral thee

oe
GEORGE K, LE HUNTE, |

A PROCLAMATION.
Wi EREAY by Section 5 ol Ordicaece

Cucoa Planters, Sugar Plantors and Cane Farmers put new phos Lae te ls en sor dey ot Age pers
life, into your Lands by using our the ine dey of Boplombor te auy year

koovingty Lilla, wouods, takes, ex or

otters for eale, oF aoe, ary spect.

Ouality—Beost. Prico—Low
Govetacr mals with regard toany patieet

Manuracturep sy lars nes of the, Lirde neselione opts
The ‘trinidad Shipping and Trading Uo., Lmtd ae ets

seose aig pevbliited by the Ordim

PENTISTRY
Ds. HW. W. LYNCH

i oN io tharefore, I, Gronae Ri
A Bargain. 6 hare fore, Ts Girona el a
boeby srociaing thas ft shall be law
ary prreon io kill, wougd, take, ex

dovrs aed mounted vay :
bingea on a + (Yee for sale or parchase betve a the date

NOLD Medelint aad Demonstrator of ef thls Proclametion
| eats yelngvery @ ehesp, Apply to G Mebarry Deatal Osilege,, u ue Ay 2 Bethe ber per te , and ln ids te of
ee niriceybDYv DANTIATY practhed on modern prio. | S16 erecitied tn ¢ be becond ocues cle a the
OENTISTRY. ipo Be ab Popolsr prices Phone 4 —Nov, i alec Manges or Bias ante ~
~~ ee oa under my heod and ibe

DR. 0. F. OLARKE gees Town. iatbedoce at Poot Stee
‘ : tale 3 Soda Water and aad of voided, bie 7th

CA agen tien cared [S Deuba cau nowbs bul at iy # ‘fase uf Payee

Dobe 8s, hwees Peg tee ow Aber ry

ouaty y= Ti MILLEKS SLOKES Auisy Gh hilton,
FOR RENT.

T° LET.-Fine Cottage with large
unde and frult trees. stables
carrboge, house, ete, ete, No. 2 St.
Francois Valley Road, Belmont, 5
minutes from toe op Jrgmoliate
session, Apply ac coety—
ue. 2ath—-3,
Ol, RENT.—LUCKNOW HOUSE
No, 18t, James Road, {wciag &
James Barracks: every courenience for a
large family sereante’ room, Prater
kicher, bath, etc. Very large stario
accommodation, aod large plot plented ia

galoea gress, \WVater and Electric sere | A

vies. Kop other puticulars apply to the
Hoalich akery, 60 Park Soreet.—Aug,
we

OK RENT—Albers Cottage Now aod
comfortable cottage, No. 3 Long
lar Row, sultable for small {sully

ar newly pearsied foouple. Every conveni-
ence, bath, kitchen, pantry. ete. Water
and electric rervice, For otbor perticn'ara
apply to the English Isskery, 50 Pak
tract —Avguet 20th—1 00, _
FOR RENT—Vamlly residence No 43,
Ertbig Road, Be mont, containing
drawing snd dining rooms, 4 bedrooms and
ove dressing room, front and baok gal-
Jeries and asnal one oftses For particu-
lars please apply to C, A. Diaity, No. 6

26tb—2w,



———— -
Hon RENT — Howe “Niton Ville’
withla o stone's Ubrow of Saint Augos

NO _9638_VOL. XXX



| FOR SALE,

PIECE of LAND ab Gaspares Ivland
E acing North, with & ioe Day. Sp'ea-,
aid view of the Bocas aod eurcouading

ays,

MALL vacant LOT OF LAN D—cornez
of New Strect and Borde Sireet, ncar
the Savannah, Very cool acd quiet apot.



AGANT LOT OF LAND— No, 22,
Borde Street—Largo job amall price,

MALL COTTAGE -No 42 Daudonald
Btreet— $400, locladleg land.

A ly ta
PIT RM, T. PRIGGAR,
Soliciooe,

FOR SALE

FOR RENT.

IPULAT eohd concrete two storey bultd-
t fag oltuatet “gebyrarie eminently
fiited fora

ls
Br Freceols Vallsy, Betmont,—Auguat Goncral Store

with plate glaat Show Windows, T2270 xa
SUarvattext aod on‘lonsd yard,

Une Railway fStatin. focal trains suo- -APILY To -
pic “ the Hime, At present ocoapied iy
7 1, who bas livel there for >
upwads of threa years and is vacating It, SMITH BROS & Co,
on account of ber lesving for Kngiend, The Bonanza,

Tramedlate porsoeston, Caverpweut water Aug 25 -Im

supply and sewerage.— Apply te U
RBavce Austin, 63, Marine Fenaare-
Aug, Zind,

.—" Belle Vue,” Point

a ned

WANTED.





NOK RENT Tell Vu? . Tray
Goudre. Hest situation. Hight \VASTED AT ONUE -An experi

opposite to Carrera Island, A Fine

4 y» House furnished throughout,

contalns Drawing and Dining rooms,

+3 bedrooms, gallery, “Look Out, ac.
Plenty of water. Apply to 15, Queen
tree with Anguat, lull. —tin,

VOR RENT. —Sfhree Ufiices tn juch

mond Street, No, 9, timrucdiate

pousession.—Auguet 4,10)

enced Pharmaceutical clerk, Ap-
piteaus imuet apply in person to Toe
ftanefer Drug Store ~Aug. ¥l -lw.

—=—=—=_=<=_=<=_$_$_$=_=—<—$_—_—<—i_—_—_—_
Lost or Strayod.

ep eee
pos Rodney Streep
inet, A Hack aod






tan bob tail dag,

rox RENT No>s Ciprianl Tioule- | #oewering to Ube name of ‘ Soap ° Flade

vard, containing drawing dining | bticatog eime to WW. L Hombre at Ww
and 3 bedrooms, with front and back | Kolocy 8:

fiallarice, Pantry aud usual outolllces,

cluding stables and carriage house,
Hiectric light and sewerage installed,
Immediate possession. A uh a to Taylor

& Gillies No. 6, itichm:
August 4.~1m.

For Salo orRont

NOR RENTYOR SALE.—On easy
terms. A’'large building (with siz
ote of Jand attached) st Tunapuna
Road. Can be used asa shop. Good
sijuation, Apply to the Triu‘dad

Jidding apd Loan Assulation —
Angust 2 —Zw,

FOR SALE.

peor BALE—' PEMBROKE VILLA,
fv aeMt, Ann's Avcnue, 5t, Anus A
fat efemily Kesideoce with sboubd seven
meres of lend Inc'uding a Teonis Conrr.
Ap ly to H, Parrensos, Hegistrar Geo-
erala Ofioalat Hep ,—29,

_ For Sale.







y i, will ba rawardes

5 NIE das Rack Loatber Parse co

talnivga atuall note book with eume
valuable bosiness papers Aod nome cards
bearing the pameof Mr. Frank KE Childe
Street — | and other gentlemen of New York, Any

thle paper will ba liberally rewardei.

| ee bringing the above to the office o
Augus dh, WIL -lw,




5Q0c. to $120

per momth at -

Bolesiare’s Village,

2 wioutes walk from Tram. Very healthy
loeality-~-Water faid throagh the Vite

legea—Appty to
eee rey A. be ROIBSTERL,

dlvt August In, _
NOTICE

J DO bereby beg to notify (be general

public chat the two premises known
Xe, eZ, Quarry Strestand 14, dt,
drewe Lane aretane., Mary E. Wil-
Names who waa left as my agent fe oo
longer acting in that capaciy, Mr
Alexander Seales having been ap-

o_o
103, Duke STREET | poloted by mre to sell the house kno wa

(Coruer of Dake and Pembroke Sts.

pply to
J.D. BELLIER & CO,
Sept, Ist.—1m,

For Salo.

BARGAIN.—The cool ard com'ust-
A able resdencs formerly occepled by
Nia Huco Massy at Sc Clair baviog 4
Ledroom, 1 dresslog room, usual out cise.
For farther rarijoulers, Apply to 30
Queen's Park We-t.—Aag, dlet—lo,



FOR SALE.

that fine Cocoa Plartatlon called

"LA PASTORA’

situate at Sun Cuco mm the
Ward of Montserrat (about
4 miles from the Tabaquite
Railway ttation) comprising
two parcels of Jand of 65 an



te No. 14, Btu. Andrews Lane, on my
all,
(Slened) JUS, CHaA® DUDLEY.
Aug, 2th—Jw, wee

--———| The Prejudice ©

HAT folke ovce held against redyed
goods fe dea today, Well-tu-do
people patrovine CLAMENS an fresly an
they do the Tallo.—why not? Olesuiog
and dycirg bave sy pa op abesst o°
other aclences eo tuch 63, that it le pos-
sible to produce a eurprising eifect ia
fabrics wih ut mach expease. The ooly
thing you mast do, is to romugnicate
dicect with CLAnKNa at tbe Dee Works,
Corver Duke and George Streeis, Teie-
phone 15, or to Liv Agents, at Sao Fer-
tando and Coura,
N.D —Clameuse never ewploy canversers
and only sead fur work when asked todo so,
perose aclcliiog work uoder
varioue pretences ere in bo way conurcted
with the Trisidad Dye Works.
_Vauema it Ciernle ga Speclalily

DE SILVA’S:

CUHERAL + FURAISHNG

SSTABLISHMENT,












“oa Monday 250b














For Rent or Lease

Lands fur Rent or Lease from







for eale by Public Auction, by the un-
dervigned, at the Auction Mart, No, 12,
Ht. Vincent Street. in che Towa of
PorGot Spalo, on TU SDA Y, THE THIRD
bay or Uctourk, Wi, between the
hours of one aud $wo o Clock pus,

tbe Town of Voit uf Spain aod kno wa
es Nu 6) Dundoasid Street, aod
abutting on the North upon Albion

reet, on the th upon a »
Dundonald Siceet, ua the Sten upon | Steamor Braud Cutlasses

Duadouald Sweet, aud on the West | LU, Grass Kuives N OTICE.

7 ee

OM, eral
*

> he ae “os










TRINIDAD. SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 2 1911

WHY LITTLE MEN HAVE BIC] AUCTION'SALES WeareN OW. (ver o
y

DAILY PEN}

pEMH Re at the Wortonne, 3. WARD PRICE & tf SUPPLYING
nd

explain the tnyutery of why little men | Auctioheers, Val
a

RUE ennanamaay nny
often eat much more proportion ately Accountanta, U0 U, f | |

than bigmea. It in well known that :

4

the undersized ulmaux eat enor- ro ENT No, ¢ Cipriaat Boul WW. ? ¥ . .
moasly more ea the tall Hindus, | I! Ree ere tlon are hite Pine & Pitch Pine
Small animals eat wore In proportion ception rooms, gellery, bath, etc. ’
than large ones, and inevery-
we willsec a little man eat a big steak pus MONASTERY, Pembroke St.,
ai
fo ,
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* Received within the last Six Weeks AE

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ata restaurant, while at the adjiining
table a six-foot giant finds satisfaction
in biscuit and milk. .

—Acommodious family residence
ition. Further particulars

ao ers to view from WARD

Prof, Lapioque says that the quan-] PRIOR & O0., 23 Frederick Street.—

i f f —:

mined by the relativeatticiency of the | ADkest Sth —m.

digestive ofgaus are more attickegt te wnw...., 3 .
b t re al

wnat inser.’ | Sale of Furniture It WILLBE TO Your INTER:

naces and boilers Inside them, anda

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ttend to their tok id walotal AT.

ie fs DP tee eats | Wo. 142, CHARLOTTE STREKT. | In Keg: of 2 Tmperiat Gallons i

P lonate! —- at $175 each, ° “
rein Avatars ge mae neuen: | FMLOURRD, Bnet cated We offer the Above as uswal Ohaig

inent as & man; a, bengal, a kind of Lot dee wihe cadens Walters Trinidad Brewing Co.
Octental finch, six times as much asa of Joba M eats tellawiog boamtold Tele hone 457 6
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pit hit y hat ls ay: A bengel must farpitore snd eflecta crnsating of :—Draw-

tog room waite, rockers, chairs, occasional
die of hunger, If he tool to eat cal tabtes, aioe orbesenta, pletures. Draw. \
re utd peed anes me and energy fg room table, chaire, sideboard, dianer |
he swoukl require his own welght of wegrou, glass aod eat’ beaware meat safe,
pe “mone rate eee ey it Teo that Bedroom—doable ead stogle
e& and lowing elg
hour dopey tnan ould beret | lig tatie“tomel foes saree
tminulesoScience aultinges alxteen Kiteben utensis and sundries ay will {

SPPeey BALE AT 1 PM.

Terms—Caah before delivery.
44 Colic, and all stomach |

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of MILLER'S STORES, LIMITED, — 0
the business of which will henceforth Adteeeerter ee” oto Gazette
be carried on by bim under theetyle of ! onice,

entire Asseta and Effects of the Firm ARIOUS sume on Town or country | TAMPS.

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Millor’s Stores August 16.b, JUST ARRIVED ex 8S. “CROWN :
oe | OF GRANADA™ from NEW YORK B’'OR EB ADACE
. bee: inted tly 1 a b sbi a
sree iat neon et ie tae, Flevea Braziliensis fresh shipment of the famous PRICE vn 1OCENTS, i

OPPO REDOBTE

Thances Mecgiliveay ‘of the Tobegs mUI BR, jKolloid- Wolfram Tangsten











Business. HOPS of Fresh SEEDS frou locally Pave FPharxznean wy Beloont, & the Wav
Sgd) JAMES MILLER, C rowan 15 year-old trees now beglo- WRALrAABEY,, opposite Wash House Bridge
Sept. 1558 ) a on Orders booked will be filled in BULBS,

rotation. 6o we 1 tested in this city. ~



y J. N. HARRIMAN & CO,
Respect Your Loved Ones, Aunuet 2ith.— Lor,

Keep thelr Graves Beautiful. Bedstoads

Aint yant ante ceased ana] SEMVING MACIUNES, | creck
Olebed } aecnry W. wasbe

wond wok painted: Graves weeded, | TUR of alt description on ebay
rassed aud fluwered covtioually, pay a

Mates modes a’e, write to fnicn Hab The Littieo Shop,

Lam, late o: ‘ew York, ox Zh,

Wl call tor order—Sept. Zad—1n. HENRY DICK CA Man yon Know

Board Residence SINGER _ BICYCLLS.
—— ° Why? Why? Why?
OMFORTAS8LE Héwe offered to

ONT you think hi
gentlemen In a good locality, cen: D to thi Taathatbe eeght to kage

tral position, Moderate Terms. Also | are the best of all, or are you hypnatl.
pareotain the country who wish to| by other nauest Cail st 0h Duke se and
send thele children to school, way ob- | we will prove to yop that they are un
talp good Hoarding at a Reasonable | doubtedly the best. the Singer Cycles
Rate. “ABC” c/o * Portof-Spain | wlll especially appeal to thone who a
Garette,’ clate refinement of detail and teadt of
—_— finish, Hoyala fitted with Cambridge
Tye Imperials, Dunlop Tyres; and
Th Tet

LF YOU ARE ENGAGS
Ifyou coatempiate beiag enzigad, or if yaa kyow sayy
who is engage, you should not forgot, 4

Pharmacy. fa. PBL LYE awe, 2}, Pisa. 7

Sle Agente foe the CANADIAN | Don’t order from a cataloguo waich shows a pictare ofa Disall

WOLFRAM TUNGSTEN LANP Co., | sizg of « locomotive tlash light and ouly get a yma ligtle twunkia

HAMEL-IAMELS M1 CHL Money refunded if quality is not as gusranteod.
Telephone 121,

tT! ____SEE WHAT You guy. of
J —i- £4| Bakes ——
Trintdad Eectrie Co,. Roasts, \X

LEMITUD, .
Broiles, Toasts

A fall wsor ment of Lempsrow fo
atock, all sizes and shapes lone gen-
ulne without central support and spiral
filament, Mark the beine, “KOLUID-
WOLFRAM.” Accept no other, Saves
7U pee cent, of your bills and burns
at avy aogle tesidents at Belmont
can get thelr supply from Paks
















For all kinds ot
Speedman Bad Dunl
Also a complete stock ef hocewn eas

THEODORE BROS, 61, Duke St, Eloctrio al Mato rial.

Angt 37th, —1m. —TUE~

JOSEPH GONZALEZ TANTALUM Metal PILAMBN? LAMP
3H

NOTICE.
N acconlance wi h fostructloua re-
veived from the esecutors and

rastore ander the will of tho Jate
ULES LAMY, there will be offered

Porfootly—Hosts wath water and sod ais 7
tuo o pikes ss peocuoniers Mie
else—Kitehen co:1, |
NEW PERFECTION WICK, P ;
BLUE FLAME OIL COOK STOVE f°

ail do anythi . 1 de,
eal wild? ittenee! “O° "Ul &

If n.t at your dealers call or writa to
Wost India Oil Compa*¥Y §&

Hae a long life and coosames

ENRY STREET, very littlecaresnt, We nell at,
MAS ItecEIVED A Tins Asrortment of Panoy Shades

Always un sand ull at Cheapest

Ex 3.8."HURO irtcee, y
HURON 8. 1s, 11> RDINO,
General Manager,

All thet certala movsuage situate {a







47 acres respectively con- ~ANt was Ko 2, Dare Brest | seen | 8 Tove Galvanize Wire Office No, $9. Vincent btreet
taining approximately 27,000 AAS Auguot, Wl. erspan tile Galvavizod Iron Jad! LEASE tike notlee th SS =
full bearing Cocos trees with an anopn na Tes ee MO Mittens, | Beating = poone " 4 ay Bove aver the: Klock ir Kmperde Fr ederick I SINGUINEAU Don
two large Cocca houses and 63: ABBRUROMBIR sT eo - Jronching Bpadoa earned on br WO Leen ute anne . wrovision Coos
one dwelling house Tacernone 297 Joona Priners Juee ion of Sister Ried and B-others wie
‘ NOTICE. Padlocks on Garda Setilaneot in the Ward cf Savanna ff WATER ON EROBAS

A Cash Purehasor will make a |_| Atte madersigand will be elad to Coal Pots and fron Pois Qraade Nob, and aleo farther tube + OOMMISSI street,

Fine Bargain fF R | E ORICEKS H A LL Peas Nanded asta titted tease, | White lead, Mizol Pasuts wotlee that ail debis due to suid = No. 4s :
Av oly to JOSEPH, LEMO at Bau Cs shrete, vines, ote For iartenlars posse | Lovelook's Coftee Milla LBB are ta be prid to me. A FIRST CLASS TABLE WATER Buy TAVE”

ROWARDA Nee Se nar Vlonice Hie ues asp orn Bin Lovirk BiLucin, — |? nell Jak oa ACIING ALLUA. STABLE WATER.

Nuest, Porto ft hpain Angus, 1h
on
FOR SALE.
ND LAND at No. a7 and 2
geo ee Cor bess “Jorn
Avy vy MONTHICEARD,

Cc ¥en Bd. A dg Bb
49, seal, Stave Orrses, '
e

PP Ne emeeE

Apsricnt Mineral Water,

Res wimended vy ibe lomdicg Medical
Auteaitias

Prlos 1 Shilling per Bott's at

The Medical Hall,







W, ‘Tragarote Head,

arote Head For Wholessle and Retail, | 4:8 Ave. 11t—26

all as ustial Cheap, =
ee JOSEPH GONZALEZ, |
LAING'S “7000 CORNS: CORNS |THE URE COUGH CORE
For Presoription& |rod out ty LaINGS Gi! yeinoe Write
ENOLISH canary [ERY Gomgure wred ou) Laing’s White Ping
sederick tree =) Laywo's Eau, Puartacx THE ENGLIWN SHARMACY

Kroommonded by Mediciauthorities | THE MODERN BOOT .
FON 80%0 wast of FA dl

* lesale .o
Schjolseuh & Moller, Wn WATKRYAN Si
Augues 5th M

Sh An, a i.
WIONEY iv |
DVANCED io small or targe Lor

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Ce HOTT EOR SALE

weet nigh

GouD vont, AN fabtontte ob wees Blegertia tibet Mayette = \ , () T : 1

a | eerie ow (Goede) nt 1 at EAD

i the a ani :

gress, aay oF thetaota na tecee Mr. Git Vincent at tt Furs and | THE FAVOURITE BRAND 8380 ACRES OF FOREST L Noe

ite the fact that many “: (Sehall 4

ictal otherwze Judging) no doubt | hia way tndoubiadly ihe Sine mrewwed In the PENAL DISTRICT on the Morna Dia

fromthe recent heavy down pxus | race ofthe day. The three hurses —FROM— drivi vd) divided {a Lots of from 4 iahio Quarry Bead 4

llowever, yesterday morolog tho tu- being, afl 2. years old and y riving rovd) di om 19-20 actos ta aun 1, @

habitants of Arima opened their lead: there fore evenly matched, | antl. 0 ] __ These lands sro about 4 mites from the alte of the one a

Hy 3 5

Ai Arlb's cloudlen gay overheat | CI LOEM th aHlSAR foam danghe Malt & Hops Only | toitway sistion on tha SIPARIA Ling )

Abe Fon Pie wiony aad a tefreming | (¢f, Of Latareite bad treaty shown tr Rgers UP 178 —ALs0— i

breeze was in evidencythroughout the | 2" { ‘te. 0:

doy. Unier suchendtwions lc ta n2 | The othahand, Ture and inivand| REPUTATION ABOUT 120 .AcRgEg.

ithout a hitch the racing itself | 170 Step the daughters of “ran, we ‘

proved to be far more intereeting than Peer al pe etn ikon fae BY KEEPING UP ITS UNDER COCOA CULTIY a

with reserve for pasture and buildings, wi 7
with |e

3,000 YOUNG HEVEA TRese.

ft Th *, .
Rronged with spectators from’an | ‘cHowed closely, by Funend Sol" | Standard of Quality

hronged with qpectators from an
Cea wae fe greatest N° | onier was miaintained until about « .
furlong from the winalng post when ¥ RESH SHIPM ENTS












a
thusiaam wae manifes through:





4 . . . ed ont the preceedings. The many rll} hall i
septic, Stimulant & Mild Germicidal ¢ | fotured’ garments or ‘the "Hast | Harz and, Fabia tenon, nacre ~ By pacn—
. , rndiane resented quite « plcturesqae Schalter, Mayette caught the judge's GLAsaow STEAMER. Apply to Mr. LOUIS LAMY on the ands of ge 2a
Ointment, Rppemance viewed fromthe stand. | Zevent with taint pisces Pare and | = aig store of Mr, JAMES GRANT Poial Junctio me
atiour o . a 4
sae ditehi f the skin that could be desired; in fact Buperin- eee ee Tete leven ita ite te Sold by all leading Devers, and '
It honls—soothes and allays irritation and itobing o| tendent Rergeant Flynn and his squad | coved a tremendous ovation on hia | firet class shopkeepers in all parts EB. RADCLIFFE-CLAR ;
It destroys the puttrefactive germa, fond in the affectod of constables who reinforced the Aria | Petim to the. paddock. f Vol bottle h Sept. 2ad—1m Ke;
xi del tof all infoction Constabulary mightwellhaveremained |S Ruiiway SeakereTine 430 pm. |° the ony, every o hag * f .
skin and cleanses tt of all infoction. 1 1 in the city. The competing horses were Distance 6 iodionga, “A prize ot | cork branded, and embossed cap-
It stimulates tho blood vasscls nduces hoalthy blood supply an improvement 19 qaahity, if nothing Distance 6 Vurlongs. A prize of OS
and rapid formation of new healthy stin. . else, and as a result some,teally fing | Finches afd under, not thorough > SEE YOU-CET THE CENUIHE
"Ie ia emp'oved with sucesss in tho treatmont of sovore racing was switnenced, The stand teed, Weight fur height. Ba: | OS t GET En
advanced casos of Eezoma, ‘ rovage, but this was perbaps due to nis , nce Gols. « REVOLVER” STOUT.
pe, the excellent weather conditions, The | ste, seuith-Dorlen'a hb. hg Knock- aT Toaumning
. . : 2 . : % nd, ub
2g] - Sold, in oollapsible Tubss and j1b. tins by all Druggists Torser, was’ in attendance and en] aalty 4 years, 19 Ihe, broaze I
livened the proceedings throughout Sloan. Poy ’



theafternoon. The La India Cup, a
beautiful trophy presented by Mr.
J. ©. Macedo, was won by Recruit,
and presented to Mr, Ciprianl by Mrs.
Van Buren at the request of the
Mayor. Judging from yesterday's
racing, \t is safe to predict that there
is eomething in store for all lovers of
the Npoit of Kings who visit Arima
today. The following are the resulte
of the various evenls,

FIRST DAY,

1, Cnzore MaipES—Time! pm {mile
and adistance, A prize of $70.00,
Open tu all Creole horses that have
never won a prize fezcoeding $73.
Entrance 87.00, Weight for age.

Result.

Mr Seigert’s bch. Mayette, 2 yre,
v1 back and white hoops,

heriy cap. (Borde) - |

Nr Smith Dorien'sb.b hg. Knock-
dale. iyears, 11Glbs,, bronze
and gold hoops and cap (Sloan) [2

After two false starta the four
horves got away together. Mayette
who was tidden by Borde took the
lead shoitly after pasving the ptand,

Cailayd bolted and her jockey

Aldridge fell but did not sustain

inlury. Mayette was closely
followed by Koockdate all the way

Mr, It Field's eb. bp. Matchbox,

aged, wine and gold, iu Dua- 2 Solo Agonts.
After a serles of false starte Porvot Spain,

Matchbox took the lead, followed 21st Jaly, 1911.

closely by Knockdale and Sangsco. | gage, ~~
Hurnalny Bird and Velret were to. 1710 1911.

gether behind. Bush Colt_was being 1 .
pushed hand by Duocan and gradual Tn Offi
gained on the othete, The cauldron dl Barance Socio 08
of excitement was at boiliug puint LOoMNDpor-
when Knockdale, Matchbox and Bush Hatawpiiaiaocd 1740.
felt lett the others pone distance be- —— Ooo

inl, Inthe stenggte for supremacy,
however, Konckdale emerged vicbr sunt, Olden Bice it
tious and Matchbux had the satisfac: the World, Ipsurances
tion of beating Bush Oovlt. This was against Loss or Damage
the last race of the day and It proved by Fue effected upos

@ fitting climax. serene Sesctiptica

WEAK, PUNY, AILING CHILOREN ann .
NEED FERROL. i tops Cia

MANy little boys and gitls come | Quarters and all jorurable property on

Y
ruoniog inte our store who dre
weak, thin-legged and hollow-cheeked. Oo I L Fi E LDS
We wish every mother could know | at current rates,

what our Ferrol will do for such child. per cent off rates for Cuartry Residences,

reo. We Piginlee that it will create |, Plate Glass Wiadows Losured.-

fiesh, build them up, and make thens | RENT :~tosurance effected for securing [adem

robust, strong and rosy, oity for the Loss of reot ja case of dre,
KES CHILDREN WEAK | gL O*® OY Ligbtaing are Made Good by the

The’ Inter-American Drug and Trading Company,
130-132 Pearl Strcet, New York ‘
l313FPrioe One shilling

“Thoss'{products may be obtaiusd wholosala and retail
from Mossrs, brith? Brothers w Co ‘Nhe Bonanzs Urut

Stores and all tho leadiog Pharmacies throughout tha Island,

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fo all the saction a
P ton teh w: Lor ratte .

Chills and f.

when alleles fail overcome by it, freqweady

fed t conta
tonkeand s perfoctiy bereits ee

GE Dr. A. Gol of Ponce, Porte Rise iinet 4
“Thave pleasure in stating thet Parn-ale wee alee Il

. fn a cose of Malaria which had been la progress
The Pam-ala redically cuted a.” ohn

























“4

Dr. M.A. Auerbach, Mexico, D. F wrhees
“It gives me pleasure to sate that the prucks
with Pam-ala ia,cases of Malaria have hens off bat
be expreted, Aa immediate decreas ef temprcenes, ted
same proving permancat wuhout dungrecable alter slink. '
f Small and Large Dottlee—Of ci Dreaeha y-

s Garis & Lawrence Co Bee tat

TRINIDAD GOVERNMENT BAIL













It



*

PRINCE'S BUILDING!



sound and despite all the efforts of ] WHAT MA
Daikes (Sloan). who rode Knockdale AND PUNY ?—Rapidly growing Once,
the pretty httle filly won the race children need a great deal of vital- O——

INCOME io 19tOve crcenes os sossoene £1,676,837

ity, They grow fast, play hard, ») FUNDS, 31st December i910”

and work too hard at’ school, | Agent iad & Te 99 f0§,078
Then the appetite becomes fitful, SD Aut, CORED sereoreorede it RD

Sub Agent, Port of S; & Annia,,.Miller’
and they lie awake lossing rest- ° rala i" ‘

Stores Lt
leoely at night, or ory out because Ad. Sen Fernaado,,.L. W BONYUN ! ws
ol reams. Such children are | Get
tired and worn wheo ther ought e\emnone Ba, 170
to be lively and playful. They

eed Ferrul. j
, si always correct these Smith

troubles, and make for each child Robertson & Co

new vitality, sound fleeh and
Tmuscle tlssuss strong bonestruct- OFFER FOR SALE

ure, and rich, pure, red blood. "9g, 4 ” 1
CHILUHEN'S- DISUASES.~Meastes, | 2X24 “ Torgorm’” trom Glasgow,

seacough cthese aint’ boric orice | $4 case Floest OLD ‘

og cough=these and sone others oases Floest 8

are sited de. childrea’s nnlzetes.” Buen “SALFBIA® frog, Lee

e ogervus,

do Jon bear Hi mother say, Ny ” bags DAL ENOORTE 3 Crcos Manure

little gist has never been strong © Sleamer from Oporto,

since she had the measles,” Thess | 30 caves Flacat OLO PURT WINK,

Giseases undermine the health of | 2 Revent Arrivalsand Ex Stora,

ung children, and leave th

broken down, thin, weak, subject OLEOMARGARINE “OAKDALE

to headaches, deprwseiua, and | GAUTIERS sRanvy t o- 1” all sizes,
eowetimes worse. More than one | CIGARS, Haest HAVAN

child has drifted lato consumpti 3
or deafucss, ur beoune a chrunie CIUARS, BRAZILIAN to Boros of

with consuate eave. Jim came in
e& bad third. Time 1.25,

2% Posy Marpps.-Time 250) pm,
Distance 6 Farlongs A Pilse of
&0.00, Open to all Ponies H
hands 2 inches and urtdet, not
thoroughbred, that have never
won a prize fexceeding —$90,00

h Enteance $5.00, Weight for height,
ewult s—

M. A. G. Siegett’s hbing.

Sangsuo, 3 years, 14 Iba,

black and white huops, cherry

cap (Borde) i

Tt” U. Sawlaleingh’s bh bc,in.

Humming Bird, aaed, 325 Soe,

weatiet y and cap (Al

dridge) - ‘ a 2

Sangsoo started off ahead of the

others, followed by Fleet Limb and

Saylor IL, Humming Bird bringing up

therear. Oo reaching the Staod

Fleet Lionb bolted and }fummiog Bird

challenged the leader, On nearing the

Hospital, Saylor HH. fel! back consider-

ably, A beautiful race then ensued

between Sangaoo and Humuing Bird.

Weights told, however, aad Borde



To-morrow Night, (CSaturday.)
HEXTUL PRESENTATION Ol

DR. RICHARDS ve Mi. RICHARDS,
Tho-Worli’s Famous Illusionist and Migdreader.

Groat Roduction in Pricos.

VINST 2 ROWS . - J Shillings a deat.
8 ROW ann BACK : 0 Pow om ow
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OLDE E DOCRIU TT AELAER 1 Os O

Friday and satueday, Soptembar lst 2a )

SPECIAL TIMY TABLE, ARIMA ANDSAM
GRANDE LINES, -

‘DOWN TRAINS.

Sractay. a
11,25 ame] 118 eH
i ry ;

54g *
M43 4. [TT
11.50 Lait»

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MTS ps Raval aia :
RLMLS Is Steam Pucket Co

RENT -The ILMS. “Teent” fe due bere from New York, via
+] Antilla (Cuba), Jamaica, Colon, Cartagena. and Ito Colombia on Mone
day 4 b September, and will leave tho next day for Southampton vis Barbados,




















Port-of-Spain, —Depart,...| 820 a,
Saa ‘juan? ove epee Bat “ _

St. Joseph ve » {aw ,,
‘Lunapuna . "ow 3.65
Tacarigua we ° 9.01

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itysmak- a2 May i912, Cumuto on Pad gg

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bo taki tt ob "i . 12,03 PM
Bi ee [Aer ad rong ahng i irate ad decker, | fol ha ie ae Ne | Atal eA Raecst ny [RORTEAND Ceatmar, «OREO [Bake PRR MT Zak
The tender will leave the Lighthouws Jetty, Queen» Wharf, at 4 pan. with | a poor third Just, as coon ae your cbiid bexlos FIRE BRICKS Usracebe,” . Arima ow —Arcive...f G19 45 | 12,08 4, «
passengers for the “Trent. Mr, Tommy Field traived the win- to geba ttle better, begin acing | ong ee AL WINE. Do. $. Depart. | O22 4 «
Passengers are specially notified that a baggage lighter to be despatched to [ ner. Ferrol. Ferrol is a ‘vitall B | 8 Cosson strest, Guanspo + «4 oy »
.
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the homeward mail willleave tho St, Vincent Jetty atl p.w., on tbe dey of aall- The overweights weret Fleet Limb ing tonic fi hild
ing, and ngere are thercfore requested to see that their be, ¢ 3 Ibe, - Kw tonle for children, 1¢ requires Guaico oa . USS
dawn before thas hour. rea F bernage Je sent joel le Bint 15 Ibe, and Bay alinust no digestion ab all and | —-~ Sangre Grande... —Arrive | 9.53 ©







cannot oe weakened st smachs,

ae do old-fashioned cod ver oil HANFORD’S

andemulsions, It makes strength

feels apd heals th force. ft rt
eemesattecera | ALAM OF MYRRH

plump aod round.

ie sw Lbo ts * Bestice is
Jucsday bth September and will leave the
tor and La uayte taking passengers, cargo and mails,
The tender will leave the Lighthouse Jetly, Queen's Wharf, at 5 p.m. with
pes mete for the Berbice “ the Suvi LJetty at 2 b
ie gage lighter leaves the Vincent Jo! a m. with baggege
for the" Tet bice, 7 7 » Bee

oe bery from eeraté OO

same day for Cacupano, Pampa. | 3 LA Nota Cur.—Timed por, | dite

anda distance, Piizs, a Cup pre-
sented by Mr. i. ©. Macedo with
lou dols, added from the funds,
Open to Creole horses, half-bred
froma Jamaica, end all ponfes four-

UP TRAINS.




Sangre Granda Depart../ 6.82 a, 10.43 AM,
Guaico . P 635 M 1069












«| ice’ will f t m2. teen hands two Inchesand under. .
cares for the Berbice’ will be recelved only up tod p.m.on Monday 2lth Hentrance 12 dol, Welght for age presto re iany, letters, from Wow nx arg as BoAex Gusmate ” ° L802 :
WYDL.—Toe [cas Clyde” ta due bere irom dSuuthawptoo, via Cher- ang Deigat. owe thele health vee " «
© bourg, St. Michaels (Azores) and Harbados on Tuesday f2th Beptewber, eran Custa’d thlig. Ree Ferrol. realty and even life, to ea Fusatee it to peas Ane : * “
And will leave the same dey for New York, vis Pto, Colombia, Cartagena, Oolon, “cruit. 4 years, rove apd pili Sole Agents—Smilth Bros. and Co., es Dabadie . ° *
Jamaica and Antillas (Ouba}, taking Ist clave passengers ouly for Colon, aod pss- rose hoope, rose cap, (Bonner) 1, Tbe Bonanza. Portof spain, tk ‘Atouca we ” -
vengers Jet and 2nd class aud deckers fer all olber ports, cargo and mails, Mr. 8, Liddetow's ind h, Jin, emores Proud Fleth Tacarigua we : .
pate tender wit _loare the Lighthouse Jetty, Queen's Wharfatd p.m, with |" cerles aud black (Campbell) It prevents 8 800, Tuuspusa of 3 ee
° . llya “one bore” y . Bt J
Paseengere are specially notified thet a baggage lighter to be d tched This was practically It loseph oe -
to the outward wail will leave the St. Tingent” Jetty ab 2 a. ou that iat fleet Of toot thougit bie ant Cieans Ot Sorex, Sao Juan -~ : 12.04 P.M, ®

the diy of sailing and pasvengere are therefore requested to see that their Portof-Spain < Arrive

dacuoge is sent down before that hour

PuGICK be IGALS, *Hetbios” is due bere from Venssuelan ports 0:
b Monday Hth Septerober and will leave the next dey for Grenada. St. Vine
tert St, Luela, Dommica, Mooteeriat, Antigua, Nevisaud 8t. Kitts, takiog
Peon ngers, carge and maile
Ate tender willleave the Lighthouse Jetty, Queen's What! at 5p.m, with
Passongere and their baggage tor the "Her bice.'
Cacga for the “ierbion’ will be received only up to épa_on the 1th instant,
Al. w= tbe bh eotia” will leave bere un Tuesday ail
] 5 jnostaut, for Demerara, taking passengers. cargo. aod tails, '
‘Vie tender will leave the Ligbtiouee Jetty, Queen's What ab f pau, with
pesseogers and their baggage for the “Halantla,
Cergs for the “Balautia®™ will be received only up te $ pm, on Munday
the Lith fnetant

8.03

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Agricultural and [nd0s~ | reuse avs vo“Zd Heals them,

on

trial Exhibition. bawas system cr Dome.tie Atimale,

au x0 Qures The
PuE Central Agricultural and Jodus.

doubtedly |, stood na chance against
his formidable — rival, The Dat.
helth creole led from start to%gtinish
and won by awhole “ street" on the
commmonecet of canter, Campbell did
allthat wae huumaonly powible with
Jur but guperior class told with the
revult as stall aluve. Callayd and
Astral werealen entered in thigiace
but dhl aut face the starter,

$.-Cunoat branes—Time 3 pun
Distance # of amile. A prize of
Dioly Open to all ponies fourteen
hamlsanml undet, not thorough

All the ordinary aud Local Wook Day {'aasgoger ‘Trelai wil
usual, oxcopt that Gn Friday tho G35 pm Vows ie of fs ;
7.12 pm Up Local will ran 18 minutes later than, cha
gut. Aimid-day Passcoger Train will also be ran on vee TO

Lino, covnocting with the Down and Up Main Jie
Passenger Trains. é

i

ara Onneu

trtal Exbibition of Trioidad GUARANTEED 10 G
Tobago will be bold at the Prinses | TIUN ON COST YOU ROTTS:
Buildiog, 9b Jancary to 3rd February. Sole Agenter .
weg Prizes » wil te give for zits SMITH B
of Live calture tical- CO.
kar, Floricultare, Cralta ke, dees ROS, & CO,

Catalogues (6a)yand all information







Retum Tickets of all classes will be availsble from Rridsy tl
following Monday as ususl







tere ey ene nee led, Lntrunce $3, Weight fur{te be obtelned at the Office of th
~ Rate Salllog 00 burope Next Sailings for Osrupany, Pam. |. brubt. °F | Agricultural Bocitty! 4. Bt, Vincent
arti wise pitar, and La Guayra Hele Pies cbbp Manntos — | Se Ce ou oorweerererrerrre
pi ’ ‘ » Fa ole! : °
" MAQDALENA‘ Brd October | HERUICE ww Oth te ,TWibs, wibe and Boll, ‘ Beer PAR, TRIPE. S \“g Ou Friday snd Baturday, there will ba no {Joods T:
SEG DES 1Tth Ostober | BALANTIA Teh Bera. Wi. Dugcay) . 1 Agncaltural Bocioty ot Tle Rangre Grande line, Lut Goods Tralas will by rua as used
ATRATO Slat October | HRN LIOR Bat Gobober | Mee A. Lalges's colby Cascade Feet Tobey Of Teadsd Fernando, Tabacuit i
THAMES Nih Nove, | BALANTIA 17h Oetober Huy, hhdue and goki budy and Jy sath and Tobago, —Fonw » debuduite, aad Princes Town lines. /
JREAT wih Nove | BERBICH ue filet October cay. UR, Duncan a2] _ July setb, dort. Jd. W. TOMLINSON, 4
CIRCULAR TICKETS : 0 rewere five entronts in thia ron, Vy e e
; ° Vawter cerimen evel! Home Industries] GROCERI ‘Acting General Manse, §
Foret Gleam th Bets are imued fro Hunidait t+ Southampton sus Now Vorb, | ol tupethor feos ing the obit retin Ss ES Port-or-Srasw, .
Aiaoee Lickove are availatle clues t New 4 srk end Henin oe gee ” Jashortdistluct behlud, Hefure the hve | *SSOOLATxrO og. Mth Anguet, 1911
ork and Ear y . ——5-——= , .
steamers of the American, Ailautic Trausport, Cuuard and White Star | they fal bark and wih the borage | A MEMBEM will nnder- ~AND— = —

i Mekeote ate available fur 12 months frow lets of issue end Prvtuission aeaeee ee topped ent oe

eau. be obtained to byeak the voyage at auy ur all poste ouched a4 08 the direct averiag Uhe hospitalaad Can ade Buy
i.

Foute, Was wen togaiu ground = Alth
Ca 1 lo W years ball larva Detby aad Dewn were nut en

take Manicure Treatment

tf the rooms of the Assooia.- LIQUORS

SS
Wm: McLean, | wiFE NOTICE

THE NER MIVR, Noor AN
MANUFACTURE NE DOr Pees ia pot

claw sivcular tigkels are fowed ot an sxclusiee charge of £85, | tirel of the runaia . H : Veutroke 5 r a pale
Ob idigg Ito 22 year ball tere we » Uvely ou aban tt wate bee ours: 9 toll, and 1 to yy tryets, Telephone im awarded | 7 HEREBY eotlly tbe PAT ay ar
for all farther patticulars apply at hetmven Merehiet tad Cewrte Bay |. every Tuesday, ——— Uniee Ke Ve ran titi thas oat 00 wee es a
THE COMPANY'S OFFICE, tage? re te | ORONE EA ch wate | nae sta ene
i gy few . OF six, 1a Spestatty, Vary snd eervice. Repairs cet
Marine quae Port of Spain p> Maetaeme pate tae Bees | (Appolament can be made Y& COs ert abt denies te et io aor gom
War open tval Crteie buen by Telephone, July U90b, 1911, Rectal aed Bison soul the back eg | Peete, :

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