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Special Job Line
NEW FULL RANGE OF
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Brown Cotton SWEATERS,
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INDIA GAUZE FROX.
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MOTOR WRAPS FOR GENTLEMEN,
NEW FLANNEL SUITINGS
SOUTHALL
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TAN WILLOW CALE
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A supply Just Received by AND THE MAGISTRATE, Me Hes Youhad sir, I thought | Hvesud named one of her Nite sgritime | VORKeItiee : Usity.} Come. now?
. _— . you hadat. true sbe was not fitted with the thunder *Goal, “are on not able to
8S & co DEFENDANT CONVICTED AND FISED: |” ‘The Ulerk here showed Mr. Iles the | of bigartuamenta, vor made pretensions | §. Smith W. Motttey | ycon ledge, that ihe vs
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Colonial Dispencary- | | icfore itr G. Deane of Di, Dickson apreviousone, tan before evidence of | ci cmotoriciy of being the bows rulier of it Pale ee et to the whole proceeding” g
against Arthur Protherne for non- ive Worship was ssylag something | the fleet, and ber tapering r, bee ing Mall-Backs, witte alr, savagely
-— ———" compliance with an order reqairing | ina low tone when Bfr, flea, who ha phantomlice | Tent Gremiiie tenet T. Dann T.G, Phipps F Cokon but Ld ben i
es hint to elean the eave gutters ofa already turned to Ipave the Wourt, | Chore as a monument te {uate the | J. ltochemont A.B Holman {ie you over beard at]
i d house at 8 Frederick Street. ; te I ‘4 turned round and sasle What fs it story of her last voyage aud the sending | 18 Smith J, Landeau “ue Cy .
Just Roecoive See ecules the mevions fue Worship ways did you sayeome- for her captain aud crew tu the watery I dos Sante Vorwards, Gari 1a Tothaps one of the i
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{full Stock of" GLOVEI's PRE AF oh la Worship’ permtuton, Dr welt Wo toe will "anawer. you. you vin ns ond Wetouun J Ortis By Paine Sorte eet eeweee the
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Ind you make a threat tohiuP No ud pnhip + Well you will leave

certainly not. Me, Nes: (who was now half way

You did't say that vou will pay .
dear for thie YON. T did not. ontot Court) Lam Hoithed.

Mr. tea: Thave sald this to show
Your Worship the egite that is in
these prosecutions, Me, Protheroe
told me that De. Dickson teld him you
will have to pay dear for this,

De. Dickson bexan to say sumething

7 h t South t about his viele o the Dremiectt in

SNT.—The RM. “Tront” [s due here from Southampton, via uestion when Mr. lea, objecting,
ay Michaels (Azores) and Sarbadoe on Tuesday 2ith Octobere raid This cure hae been closed already,
and will leaye she same day for New York, via Pto. Oolombla, Cartagena, Colon. | Isit because the ad ctor is head of a
Jamaica and Antila (Ouba}, taklog passengers, cargo and malls, Government department this favour

The tender will leave the Lighthouse Jetty, Queen's Wharf at 4 p.m., with } should be shown bin?
passengers for the * Trent,” His Worship reminded Mr, Hes that

Ist Clara passongere are specially notified thet a baggage lighter to be dee- | it was he who had recalled the doctor,

tched to the outward mail will leave the St. Vincent Jetty at2 pi on | but he eventually asked the doctor-to

he day of sailing, and passengers are therefore requested to sce that their | stand ddwn and if he thought it neces
0! fF .

for a iUibustering expedition, It {a a
Saturday evening and the “* Mikado’ ja
vealy for sea, ‘Throughout the day the

Bive Peter had beea fluttering at her
taasthead and @ score ur bo of traftichers
had foregathere | in ber bold, surruundet
hy sugerapplisand avoenly pears, while
the odours of bilge Water gave Chern to
spiration for the hazardods voyage across
the briny to Tanidad. The PGi and
crew had teenon shore gathering finpul
sive will anc Dutch courage in the tack
rooms of the grog shops of St. George. As
the Honm tng wast {Le shaduws over thu
iandioked haven of Grennda's capital,
the captaln stands at the bela and gives
the order to weigh auchor. Soon the
harsh gratlog of chains echoes around the
amphitheatre of hills, ashauty is atruck
op with the soulful chqrus: -

“Trols soowee gai boln—trols soowee

EK. Bose . W. Muster Netured than tae ,
Lioceman 0, Glen 3 Vagabond Journey @
0, Gitisn: | Vert” by Me. H

lhe author was fa
CASUALS Ve. LOCAL FORCES 2ND XL °

KF. A. JONES,
The Royal Pharmacy,
43 Caarlotte St. Opposite Fastern
*ik-t—Octobsr 8-h—Ia,

not



sersing with a compeey
man from your

The following will represent th: former azareta

Casuals to-motrow against the Loca
Forces 2ad XI on Casuale ground wore fit oot been
att 4s Pmie country people buy dogs!
‘oal-F. V. Eckel , The mere sugyertion of
Dacke—F. G. Grant, D. M. Anderson \ transaction seat the
Half-backs=M. J, Jobustoac, D. U group into parorysms af
Green, A, Bernard. “They de repted
Forwards -P. Wilson, Wo A. Robin- One pompous tao fll
son. C, IL. Rooks, It, 2, Johnstone, G soorulsions of mertacdy
A. Brlerty. round face gréw tbe
He erves—D}, Athill, H. Darwent, shed eopper. 5
je

Livewmao—E. Prad * Buy doge?” roared bie

—_————— chorus of several

ODDS AND ENDS. wha Or ae do you pb











©

‘Here and There.

A SAUNTER ON THE QUAY.

An early morning during the t week
saw me strolling along the oo eter front
of Trlotdad a metmpolia.. It was a listless
jaunt, without a foretaste of the humour
Unt ta inseparable from things connected
with the mlxhty ooran. { saw nostrenu-
ous labour er haranguing the weo
who bad struck work a few daye be
forg but on an‘empty hand-cart a luaty,
‘porter wos snoring “muslally for the





jai Loin,
Ifls tate was aa black ava pot's inside,
Wohlstey, ob, Jebany.

With ¢be pomp of an Admiral the






lon of bis comrades as they cast Captain Rraspw the little tiller, peers #
be hue, to récall him he would do so dlelectat y through the glouin and In stentorian tones -——- oll want one?
eae ee ocipulecr "tor the Dagens of the second class and deck passsngers to De. Daly, for whouwe evidence the lots amon! em ‘of bis] hig voce a eppls sbouts out “Stand by dere forrad—Suow Gibbsa—" What inakes 7 think rm WV. wew-why,” answered
be fumlzated, ‘anda opecial lighter will leave the St. Vincent Jetty at Tru. cave had’ been adjourned, then sald | ii itiogly upon the cart sb oe, It wasan | Uttlt aa ouca fey lat Give she de tiyin’ | they had theatres in Pharoh'y tine?” von, wiping the teare tres

to take thole bagzace to the barge for fumigation Some dare ago a sanitary inspector

1 Tb! a. rt i ¢ here irom Venezuelan tao | vis a s8. e
Bay za October, and “will leave the next day forUrenada, ge Vine | through the garret window pod, nm
cent, St, Lucia, Domialc Movteerrat, Autigus, Nevisand 8b Kitts, taklog tuning, show ' ma a wi hvery

* passengers, cargo and tase, dirt: water, saying | 2 al a
Pithe ndec 4 leave the Lighthouse getty: Queen's “Vharf at 5 pu, with He looked | ft rleet twas very of
Pegee rere the “Dalantie’ will be revelved oniy. learned that ths nian had got on to 88
2gbht ga foe the “Belantia’ will be recelred onty up tu § p.m on Noaoday the by mean of @ row: go

Mr. Hear [bt je utteily {rposal-

ENWICUn, —1he RNS. Derbioe’ will leave here va Luselay 23 | bie to go by ao rupe frou Bd

Ocvober, for Demerara, taklng passengers, cargo, aod mails. to 83 and we heve been brought

‘The tender will leave the potbouse Jetty, Queen's Wharf at 1 p.m., with ap for sa. There is no evidence that
Passengers and thelr baggage for the “Berbice.”

they have gone there
Cargs forthe “berbice" will be received only upto 4 pm., on Monday The n tes were here referral to and
the S3rd October.

showed the evidence to be that the
RK TO TT TON AAO Te due Lere from Rew York, vis Aue

TRA ee switnens said there was a cont Inoue
Carte Colon, and Pio Uolombla on Mooday | guttering o! ¢. two pining
AA eabay Jamalca, Toave. the next dey for South unpton vis Rarbados, premises and from 8) he dipped the
Bi. Slichaels {Asores) and Cherbourg, taking passengers, cargo and waile, water from tlie gutter (£R3,
The tender will leave the Lighthouse Jettys Queen's Wharf, at 4 pm. with ede seca erty et de ie o
“ 10"
passengers fo cree ast notified’ that’s bexnane lighteéto ba despatched to its Worship sald [fp thle case the
the homeward mail will leave the St. Vincent Jetty ot 2 p.ru , on the day of aail-
Ing, and passengers are therefore requested to vee that their baggage Is sent
dovy beforg that bour. ;
2] tS, oe c is ee eis from Muerers OD
eo Blet inst. and will loave the same da for Carupano, Pampa-
4 Ng passengers, cargo aod maile,
ine Vander will ten | tbe Lighthouse Jetty Queen's Wharf, at 5 pon, with
-the * Berbice *
Da a cee 8 lighter leaves the St. Vincent Jetty at 6 pn. with baggage
for the '* et bloe."

Cargo for the™ Berbice” will be received only up to 4 pn. on Monday the
South instant. a 1" will leave bers on Salurday, Hib Novembe:
Cane cane for ate, Loudon, and Contloentat Ports, omuers

59 Next Ballings for Carupang, Pam-
Hort Salliog to Europ patar, and La guayra

jib?!) Oh, Mansou Manon! Wat you te
duit’ widde trout balyard, you ugly beech
comber , you is ¢lok you Is tu ‘Naolon
atin’ whale and Waugout None of you
katch navigation avoard de Mikado
xlve sheds malo sheet!" and na whirtof
confusion, with the abirt-talls of the exip-
ber wafting @ last goodbye tothe onlookers
ru the walera le, the liitie sloop gildes
throngh the road.tead oa her adveuturous
voyage, perbape to wo rambilog about the
coast of Veuesuel 1 after the manner of
the * Flying Dutcbuiw, orshowd V anus,
dupiver, or one orutberef the planets Prove
faithful to hee skipper Woe ic Ls his proud
boast thathe stecrs by the-stars) ng he
sutiates the pumaxe of the Mouas bn the
worning and eveutually anchors i the
placid waters of the Guif of Paria puted
mt in tbe pride and self-ooncelt of a
fall blown Carslscou sea captala,
VW THE UNLUCKY NUMBER.
Jnadvertently pertua the “Mirror” has
been furntehinig | itellizence of an uuusual
cbaracter. I have always heard old ladles
and superstitious Yolk refer tothe Ul luck
which ta connected with the nunver' “13,”
and I thought that esca for the sake of
diplomacy or for creating contidenes ty
the muds of our criaiuat class the
Law ( curt alwaya steercd clear of the ua
holy Loure, f, however, Hud from the
irror” of the Itth justabt, (0 & case
Letore Me, Justhee Htunseil, la which one
Junes Edward, allas * Masa” wasthargey
with agurder, tht fern aryaion decided
the teaue Futly bacied and catalogued,
‘y thisjournal, they read as follows,
Alexander flag (foremun,) Hosela Per
cera, Oar Parris, Willa SlcLena, Kd
wanl Pitts, Charles Nettinho, Saniuel
chased Miilaxtou, Willlaus Jtobertaais,
Thouas Aworaso, Jatues David Iegis!
Joho Edwang Lickfold Wlitlan Suiaceer’
ville, and Frederick Charles Almandoa. {t




Libbe—" Didn't Joseph bretheren ree | “if anyone wante a de

move him froar the failly circle an aod the: ;
put him into the pit ¥” 7 4 whoever woante veer Le

“Its ashame to have to rs
that water which Natuie oo "elaciie Two u
fully suppiles." Wateniate Collec- —
torm""But Nature doesa't supply the Sin entered the world
arden,
6 Salvation entered the
& garden.

palt that could hu:l rocke more thao alen witnessed Lhe Seat
a mile human will agaloat ve
‘Now [ naderstand it,” Gethsemane witocwed @&
“What? complete surrender of the Sm
My landlord told me thiv house | to God's will. y
yt! A stne's throw from the depot, | Death entered through
tect Iar ts act Se | anh croans
ina of the Cacsars.”—Clepes ae Of these .
land Leader, beginning of oie ,
—— the en ne ae
: The Story—poslbly apothryphal— | arduous struggle upweed?
@ told of Sie Arhur Conan be te, | coucludes the frst
the creator of Sherlock Holmes, that atauggle, and ce »@
one days woman wished to consult | auccnes, st,
hla about some thefts, “My detec. | What wonder that tes i
live powers, hes reported to have | reformers, philosphere and
v pied. ord ab your seryice,” given their highest thougily
Vell.” eald tha woman, « frequent [ gardens and their ie tel
1. &
di ra

pausually dull morolug fur a quarter that
is genera ir throbbing with Jife and
activity, The Gult Jooked placid and not
aboat from “ Auld Glasky” nor a tramp
sl.aner, travell-staloed aud listing, graced
tba spacious offing. Far away over the
qnlet waters, however. a few ships
seemed asloep and dreamlog over the
tarmotls they would have to undergo
wheu once theyhad started on the
strenuous tak of © furrewing the foam."

THR CARRIACOV NAVIGATOR,

Noat the watersedge were a few coast
wise traders from Grenada, tbe craft
themsotves are not in any way distinctive
from the average West Ludian traduis,
but the men who preside over thelr deati
hlea are essentiallya class by themselves,
They areast fo ogers. if they are 10 be taken
necloualy, as they avow that it je by the.
thal gleam of (be Minking stare that they”
steer thelr uncertain course over the
waste of waters, They havea jauaty alr’
about them, these scadogs of Carriacou,
and as they go rolling about the thurough-
fares of tlie city, fn cast off untforms of
the Hritlsh Nosy, assume the nasal mode
ofapeoh of Yankeedum aud to the en
qaittes of the Inquisitive Stranger an
ewers “Ob, yaa b—wo fs fest fetch
frum Grenider, and you kin quess aua

kerlate dat der * Zula’ will lef Mort er
Splue tomorrer evenin’ sure you bet yer
bottam daltar we alut stand’ for foolin
around.” This ls the shore node of Speerh,
for eing & full Wowsomed star xasing
bavigator he must giand upow his digult
amd tho bent way to du 00, sooorndlog Lob
own fancy, ds to gloss over the vernacular
of hlanath. Grenadines with (he olly av
contuation of Uucle Sam's children, But
Whon the Zulu” is out of humunity»

aud stumbling over the surface of
the blue Carliean when the half







pipes, ma’am!*

“The anclent Romans had a cata-










chatge was for falling to obey 4
sanitary order on the 1th Septeniber,
The defeore wea that it “as iin.
pooalble to obey the order & cawe the
fiutiers did net want cleaning as they
bad nothing In therm, He was watie-
fed that the guttern were diity and
the defense had not eatisfiet hin that
the omler haa been obeyal

Mr, Heat Jt would eativfy anybudy
except a public officer lu “the first
lustanee,

His Worship s (ealaily)—That fe al-
tight, Lani» public officer, but Io am
here lo du justice.

Nr, Neat Lee to public ottlases !

lile Worhipi-l am folshed Mr
Nes, Ede not with to hear anything
tow i what I have sad f° have












and mysterious thefts have beed oo. One of these af
yirtog at my house fora loug tine. | verses of Paradioa Lost
us there disappeared last week a] Of mane.tint abel
eget hon @ broom, & box of goit| the fruit. of that
‘it a left ridio boot, a dictionary, whoee sinortal taste bro .
and s half-dozen tfn pie plates,” the world and all our won ORs
see it’ said the author, “The | Eden Ul! one Greater Mas foam
case le perfectly clear, You keep a] Another sloge of shat GA
Roal, ina greater garden thas —
An Englishaan and an Irfeh “ {ato the woods PC oroupatle
d rhe stean foi 0
while nding ina brKRy were discuss Into the 00 amy Messer oe









sald. famished passengers are Olinking at the | fe Indeed « good dis; f * tog the wit of the Irish, when all of a Forpapent with grief and
wATRATO" Slt October DERBIOR . Blet October |. Me. tee = Aplwhbat Ihave said I phlunmering ean fier weary day of roam that the evidence ete uo duu woe sates witlden , they yaine upon an Irieh lad 7] But the trees, they hed & wt
ATS. Mth Norr. BALANTIA 1sth Nov'ber | have wald tuo, sir. vista that bust somewhere leyond the | elatiay guilt of the sccused, but wupposter tlte direction Tey galng the oppo. ittw, ind
THA . 28th Nove 7 BERBICE WibNov'be | After a previous convie'ion had been ey ee ee ede mand, fiat there was a suspicion of disn phe Irishman told the [The olives were wot bi i
TRUNT proved pst defendant for a like

he thows hia dignit fo the winds , swears
in bla oka native Tashion as only a Car
recon narluer can swear when the ster
by Whtul be lad been steering proves truant
the drusronnc yupowulte olber rm to

whl ao to luapire Hoe
a the hearts of the fortarn ‘

Englishrasa to ask =
questions ta order to prove’ ie ‘Teel ee ta 7 eee
wit, eo the Engishinan sald to the
boy “If the devil was to come hers

arene? Walch one of ue would he

‘ gree

apalr ineat awong the “unlucky thirteen”
hifenee. {lis Worshijy aah, tt stenek Verve Fron erin
him that the defendant had taken up
@ wrong attitude with regard to the
saltary authorities io this town, He
seb] that they have a spite inet



Ht
When into Ube woods He wast"

‘
“Out of the woods my Masterem
Clean fo: spent—forespenh os



CIRCULAR, TICKETS. |

Asis Chase tickets ere fesued frum Tiluldad to Soutbanpton via New York,














people depen f itsetration of the trouble aed ch, Th
hha. Why (by. Dickson should bave a | deut 00 his navigatiig skill, be shouts tb ia the ” reptae tag ie boy aoewered: + M of

a back direct to Tsinidad or vice ve N wy York and itonlaned ahd ot vere by agalent lafia fied not been shown comtwand * Bewwy thoy weutend braat nihe wake “ur hous ul rf gen, VY you Pr toked the Eng. Vorrepent mith lve aod a

“These Uckels arse vallatie pein tlantle Traueporty Cunard and Wiis tee AUAaE sways We sas slmply 4 vague | i vecthalean “ofee Sup for de we gets SSS Tetons he knows) It was the treea thet spew i
e i= t * 6 he i

the seamen ° 2 the from date of isaue and permteston °. Thee (latereu ng) There fvno fetclt de weet babing d; y Arinided io jong TLV. any old time,“ ean get you Fron under the troee OT
um ‘so dickuts sre available for 13 months all porta touched at rin di vague alleggtion. Mr. Tathroe le hore | ouk snuder, avi eke STU i qyas on a tree they Wet on

z We obtained to break the voyage at any orall por hed’ at on bhe direct | ta say what lie. Tiekeon = said to _ FLSTU Hs KOR THE Werk A West London Hawker Wes busy [-Whea out of the w om
can hiw. AN EVANING ON 4 COASTER .



He
NG dru OOTO EI wae
reg tiidren ito 10 jen half fares. é , vi Bashange -

telling plekila
Tuseday Bith, & amd da: + when an oft iad aees the othe








Second class olreulee, tleketa ore issued at au exclusive charge of £38 ollie Ware aera aed hs wt anes Mau kl by noting Me he is pace a7 Be erate © i ey te aa aan Can you tell welibe way FE. ~ Inv ¢
Childrea 1 to J2 yea rticulars apply at ‘ | by a srrong upirit in thats a The url an onbestse to sweet fat the | rill R WH! pavade | want to turn “ ‘a “ vot d yee or Invos
For ali turther particulars: sp] , Butte uth idles ase ng thelr {fa eae oa arte eee Dyves. ell eens Ded, te mata, Can yer bee erent 85COu 00 Tons Pope
5 as Hai ¢ J. -
THE COMPANY’S 3 OFFICE, pice ett tee catia ina | fe as Salted i one eon otc nd | pt » tn ~ Hearnita ca

The oye

be eiape RON: Wale Tid
. stand Mr. Peothpe asaying he would ee Up, aicepen. stu % hia hoppy MASON OFFICERS FoR w of Hite Wilties teacher | $15 COO on Towa Prope
. -of- ick then and all thet wud. of thing. | pn the au baked eck, aud | Dory at oad and soiry for, oe 1 coosaat
Marine Square Port-of Spain | eas Sree wot tbe wterbade ot ne: tembone like Sot Tih ees cpcled wh sol ale ee. fiat was hea favorite nae In sums of non less Has 0

ore her vop . su Suth,
. Cbarge of these of Vetee tron | wath ‘opeie, Cowes pt HN




cere ye TAT TT ET Sere Ee ee J Fk “ge
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THR PORTOFSPAIN GAZETTE SUNDAY OCTOBER 22 1911

Vale crime, The evidence for thede: | must not bea doubt of: “Oh, here Panything like laxoces of adelolstra.

fence on Ube whole was much more | arethree poor nen in jevpardy of | Ulon, anythiag like ‘fearfulness of bs a
kely. Tt was Improbable that As the'r ives when ouly one Ilfe hasbeen | responsibility must so seriously Im: .
e sealleged by the prosecution, would | takenl” It must not be a doubt of | psie that foslitation, because they ,

have Kept le shop open on corone {| sentimentality. It must be a clear | were dealing now, nownty with the Ma ;

ion night whea hie peuple were away | feeling thatthe evidence was such that | {aterests whom they were trylng,

simply to ail a conta clgaretire they ovuld bot Justitiably ‘come ios but lochleoally with the {oterente af ys ; 4 1

would mor verdict of “guilty” pon it. e@ whole communi who er pte! J ath »

P 7 7 be closed, and after (t waaso clo regard to the onus on the Crown, he | that they would do thele duty fear- 5 : i

‘BREEZE BETWEEN JUDGE AND COUNSEL the marauders, whoever they wert inpst, first of all,astisfy them that | lessly. If the: bad a reasonable doubt

entered the house. Bealdes, aman did | the retnains found were Mr, Assec’s | asto the gilt of tha prisoner it

“4 ‘oriani Bursts Into T fact Bie detent cote ne | Fee ene egeoy. tat he mas fn | romld undoubiedly be thle lossant

: ‘“nriani Burs nto Tears that he had committed acrima With | pointe the eno doabt. ‘The | ot! i, they had no duck reason:

ae a With | pointe there could be no doabt& The | other hand, they had no duct reason-

- Mr , Cipri t _ tespect to the blood-stains, the Crown Pireation then arose’ had any ‘of the | able doubt and They were ‘convinced
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waa bound to show that the etalas | man committed the offence with | on the evidence of the gullt of all
‘ existed brfore the date of (he commis | which they were bharged f A t]the prisonere or auy of them,
NIEY GE NE RAL GOLLAN’S sion of the offences and the doctors | deal had ‘been eald hy his felende | then, no matter how painful or
had sald that there was no possibility | as tacirenmatantial evidenoa, but he | fearful they might feel, it would
CRUSHING REPLY. of fixing the date, Further, human {thought he could miske one general | be thelr stern duty to find a verdict on
blood could not be entiffed, and even | atatementas to those criliclama, | the lodictment,
mammalian blood when stale could not | Direct evidence’ was generally unob- An abtempt at applause was quickly
ee be distinguished as between Ite dif. | tainable tn cases of thie Ain’, and sf | suppressed by the police,
ES AQVOCATES FoR PERSONAL INSINUATIONS. ferent kinds, Ifintha evidence, the | cireumstantlal evideuce was oo unre EXPLANATIONS,
g REPRCY ¢ {e7, fonad anything compatible with { Mable, then in 00 per cent. of the cases Me. PalmerChizzola said, he
er SD the innocence of the prisoners, they | it would be impossible to getaconvic | thought st only fair to himeeltf to cx-








The Tondon Blectric Theatre,

WUODBROOK, PORT-OF-EPAIN,






































Vy
ea ras ne abate sede ate, A,

d A Oce wlnute from the “Four Rvede” War,
give them the benefit of the j Honatall’$ He wan not saying that | plain thatif he had tiade any ftuputa: 4 pi | New Pict: M reday verys
“ ” doubt, for thelr guilt must be incon: | because the law ywasin that condition lion ef untalin alnst the Allor fi ; ree *thiog sela Londons ey
mDICT OF "GUILTY" AND SEN- testaty proved fikey were to be con: | or because from the dif elties in the wey Genetal itwac not telly clone thigg seta London,
7 to | and he be

, TENCE OF DEATH.
2 REED RENE EEE









victed. way of prosecutions, they ou ged to withdeaty ft. dit Af weer’! —- =~ A ey
Mi, PALMER CHIZZOLA's consider Le videace inghtly aud conve | Nat thiok fe fale to ble Ghent Lbat thet Yea CW LOCH DATICY
ESS a ion adverse to ttis ptigoner, | view sho u . 4
Nr, CO. Av Palmer-Chizzola, for Ma- | But what he meant vas th . that The "Alt oe eine ; ; AT 5 P.M, AND 8.9) PM
RPROGRARAL







roey General







aoe t—l at once
a as yesterday resumed {from their coustderation of the case | hamdally,in his address to the Ju experience had shown that circniustan- | accept 1t.
vs Yee hearing wt ni ainst Indarkhan, before coming to a conclusion in the | algo e mpathised with the Asse fanil- tink evidence could be relied upon; that Na Cipriaul ssid, he, too, wanted to
fe id Hiahanudally for the wittul matter. Hach and every one ef the 1 syellate be sald, with regard to Me, it bad contiaually been acted spon, make an explanation, The J {Attorney To-Day, Sunday, 22nd Ootober.
.- ase pousible for nd ue! he case, he as an atno general 6 nient tv’ eneral sald t ; q .
of Josep! bie Tada warpist and he must | them: what would any of them have | regard to ite ature should taftuence ness to hin in bringing forwant the } " The Apostle of Gmut — Ard
ec







Couva, on Coronation Satar-

‘



io If one of | done if their father had been done to | the fury inte the conclusion that inno | cutlasses in evidence. When he (Mr. Sacre Selection from Week's Hrogramme. .
7 * Yuntloe Ruseell presided’ them had a donbt he must not | death inthis horrible way? He said | circumstances should it be relied upon, | Cipriani) made that statement he sald ont nh ee

¢ legst appearvnces were the fallow himself ‘to be swayed or | pothing more on that polot. Now, | Me admitted that It must be most | that the’ cutlasses had been produced Monday, 27th October.

moved by the other eleven, They | could the crime have been comuilt! carefully tonelderod. ut with all {for chow But when the Attorney THE RANCHA

Re EVIDENCE. must not consider fhabat wasa waste {| by anyother person than the three | those admissionsthe contended that | Geveral tuened round to hin and dak- Light ane ye esOe cies,

1HK COWBOYS SWEETHEART,




















4 vritnesses were called for | of time sitting there, Wut they muat | prisoners? That wae the first question. | circuinstantial evidence, rly test- him a question, he immedlatel
bA Stance. mee come to the case with an open mind uld they answer that question in [ ed and roperty considered by She fury, told him ! thet it ' was noe SALE 0
. Palner-Chizzola did not callany | and jadge it from the evidence placed | the affirmative when they heard the | wascertalaly evidence upon whicha | meant for hin but for other people. ak F ANE ARK.
ace for the d before them. 1 ron the fact that the histo of the whole case ene caso reasonable rian could Justitlably act, and farther, be bade the statement at oe le di APOSTLE OF GAUL,
case for the de- iscuasedin the com- wv! sevrn men ‘ore the ter discusslag the authorities quo @ time that the Attorney Gencral ; i 95 }
cloeed tha ras munity, thatit had beon tried once | magistrate, five before the Chief Jus- for the defence the Altorne General had simply the conduct of the case ae qadtes Stelimming ace.
APPLICATION REFUSED. | before and that it had been publiahed | tice and three before this Oourt. And | said that the fostance of Fotiphar'’s | before the Conrtand not the getting ; OB UF THE PEARL NECKLACE,
GP. Gipriani mada apptication | in the papers, he hopet they would | whatnext? One! Were they fishers | wife and Joseph, cited by Mr Frawr | upof it In the first instance. The J TUS WITCRING HOUR OF NIGHT,
botes of the evidence taken | notdrawauy conclusions; but jo] ofmen? Were they Hshin for cul- | as being against the use uf circumstan- | Attorney Genvral hiniself was sur- OS LS
the Chief Justice at the first | whatever conclusion they came, let It | prite, aod to aatisty the demands of | tlal evidence, rather supported the | prised on that point, Prices as Usual—8v. 180. and 240.
Bf eould be supplicd for the benefit oe cou cag apathette polnt of public o inton ? No. runsel then hare other aide, ie was al meet ev). ' The Attormey General ical sunpove f RESERVED Seata Limited 3d cente
; i 7 upon the evidence, s ofa’man who waecha lence @ t al lence, | Wwust acce y ty a
: Jury In this vane: The case for the prosecution was one | witha big haul In « burglar . After The coat was corroboration of the cit planatlon. pr my learn en Children to.Dest SEATS at MATINEE..12 cente,
of circumstantial evidence, And pre: | he was acquitted by the Ter , the | cumstance, if true, about whieh Poti- THE SUMMING UP,
surapllve evidence war clreume n+ Counsel who defended pin met one of | phar's wife complained. Commenting tolls Honour ts suming up the case cleoners itthey hat any on asonable
al vi . i ty a e,
evidence. ir est ng from @ Jurors sometime after and asked | oa the evidenceon both sidva, the e jury said, he had been five oubt as to their guilt, and to rear | NOTICE.

Rosece, counsel eald i
cases where the libeity of the publ t te sont the prisoner, The juror sald | defence did not usually give evidence SILU FOR TUESDAY THE irs i
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‘Aoaour said that he had
yefueed the application, and
, thet was not the time to
ppplications, but to address the

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at in civil | bim what could have nduced the ju Attorney General said witnesses for the iar ia the colun

' tr and duing that

me the duties of the Crown in all | 3 Verdis in favour of Jthe Crown If









bebalf ot LTodarke J waa not iu jeopardy or where thc hi ey believed that if prisoner had | before the Magistrate, and. therefore. | elmilar prusecutions had been cou. | they thought tha case excluded any
OOP ye [fit be con- § of« man was not alferted, they might | the large eum of money an alleged, he | when they gave evidehce Lefore this | ducted by men of great expeilonee pussituhty of their innocence, DAY OF NOVEMBER yi,
beweld, that tho rematns found , come to certain presumptions aod | would not have retained him (that | Court, that was the first time the} and abltity; bat he had never had a, THE VERDICE UBLIO NOTICE ie hereby given “3
those of Joseph Assee, they must | take noilske, Butin Criminal cases | lawyer) to defend him. The same | person prosecutiog beard anything | the pleasdre of bearing an adderss Ah 22) Pat came inwith a veriict | P thatin exercise of the Statutory :

there was greabrisk, They oust: be | thing mightbe applied here, If Maham:- | about them and consequently cross:{ made so ably as that

ners, satisiied that there was ‘crimioality | dally who was aaid to have engineered | examination of them could oct be | present Attorney General.

pooner AND BAR DIFERR with moral certalaty before they the murder had stolen the $3000, | prepared, and rebutting evidence & great pleasise to have listen-

Ms Huoour s—Do you seriously con- could convict. “Great caution fs | would he havelefteminent counsel lke | was almost imposalble to be got I¢| ed to such a cleat fair and Judiclal sllenced, contained or Implied in a certain
Xr, Cipriani. that Joseph ‘Asyea doubtlessly necessary in all cases of | Mr. Pollard to allow bluself to be | was, therefore, not to be wondered | speech, and he had no doubt that it The prisoners were called upon to | stemorandum of Mort ge under the
pot murdered presumptive cvidence,” The wit-| defended by a humble funior like him: | at that witnesses for the Crown were | ‘ould be of great assistance to them | tie usual way = They replied through provisions of the Real Property Ordin-

Cipriani« -1 nesses testifying to circumstances; self appointed by the Crown? The | usually submitted to searchirg crose | In dealing with the case. The factor | tie iuterpreter. ance No, 0, numbered 103 dated the

o Were apt la exaggerate. Even the | evidence for the Crown, if true, show- | examinations and polate made of | such & speech having been made sv | ,,tndaiklian said s-1 am innocent: | eleventh day of Febcuary ia the year

Hovour:=And then, don’t you {| English intud could’ exaggerate and | ed a coneplracy to murder and the | their mistakes when counsel for the | full and cleat, relieved hin tow very | Persons have simply lied upon ine. one thousand nine hundred and eleven
uw ought to offer sume expres- | that mind they all knew was not | actual murder; and without the evid- | defence had the opportunity of seeing | great extent with renpect to inte Gophuci—E was nowhere near | sat made by Sylvester Mitchell in

ie of regret. for the lina of -cronw. | prong to exaggeration, But when | enceof conspiracy there woult be no | and studying the depositions for the | duty in summing up tothe fury, Mvery | Avsec* shop. I want outand then f | ¢ayour of Mary Jie Bourne Wilson,

nation upen which yuu entered | they remembered that the Indisu | case of murder made out, Once pri- | prosecution long before. On the { aspect of the case in favour of ibe | Went home, tbere will be put up for sale by Publlo

We ota regard mitid was prone to era, question of time, the epeaker sub- | accused had been very strongly dealt | Mabamdally (the leper): ~1 am al-| Auction at tae Auction Mart of the
a murdered man’ A thing of the | could easily see what

initted that If the story for the prose: | with by the respective counsel: aad | Wayssick, rom my Uady there are | Gndersigned situate at No. te $ =
Bt should ooly be dove after a well- | had beea taade fn this case, . Russell | conepirac to murder, the more lt was | cation was credible and reliable, a [49 the casa had lasted wo Tong, and | Always drops uf blond, Everyday “aT cent Birest {a the towa of Porvot.

petisiied that he was murdered by rower of sale conferred upon Mort. :

wagees by the Conveyancing and Law

by the
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tuuttmur of approval wae quickly | o¢ Property Ordinance No, 72 aod

waa | Of “guilty” against alltke prisoners,
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d tl-considerel convie- | on Crime” was also qaoted for the | weaken The evidence of Partla, | mistake or two in polnt of time, {had been so thoroughly threshed ont | Clothes has to ba washed beoduse. Npai Tusaday the fourteenth da: :

a that that was ihe true line of de- } proposition thatif ono lok io the | the felon, was unreliable. He waeaald | made two or three bathe after the | again aud again, he thought i would blood. “HES RENTS OES of November between ths hours of one :
sand if in the long ean, and {chalo of circumstances wae ‘weak, | to have made “ the slgo of the crow" | occurrenée and on pointeof detail, was | bu wearying thew withuut servin THE SENTENCE, ard two'p ni, j

; farther consides ation, you fuund { thea the whole case for the Crown | when he heard of the murder. But | notto be wondered at. Now, In all} any good purpose if the aitempted Nig Honour (to the interpreter) t—{} All that certain plece or parcel of 1
Be have made a wiistake, ~— went, Counsel next disccussed the ] the warder of his gone to whom he | cases of the kind attacks were made | 10 go foto the evidence agsin, But | Tellthem thatthey have hada very long | tand and cocoa. plantation ettuate in 4
Rete, Cipriani Your Honour has| evidence of the wituseses for the | epoke was not called to corraborate ON THE POLICE, It wae veceusary for him todeal with | 207 careful Util aud that counsel | tye Ward of Turure in the Lslend of +

who have been employed to defend
them have exerted Lieu selves to the Esinided contelolo k fon acres be the
very utmost in thelr dofence, Bat | eribed in the plan or diagram attached ’

i ia the roseciition Hie commented ou the | him. Ifthe main facta of the case Of coursa, the police were accustom. jit in a general and comprehensive
alely anticipated me frethods of the police inthe case. He | were not worthy of credit, then the | ed to them the Poe not mind them | nauner; and above everythin to
alsolved the Inspectors from any | details should be feft out of considera- | much. If the police waited until [explain to them to the bets of his
blaine but he disctofited strongly the | Uoa. Now, was it likely that Maham- | a highly respectable person came to | abiilty, the prinetpley which ate to | there ig 4 great deal of evideuce | tothe Crown Urant to dames Andets +
evidence of Uonstable Sukdeosing who dally would have pald out aioney on | them and eald:—“E have never been | be applied In dealing with cases Io | #S#inet thea, ard, after a careful and, | gon registered iu Volume XX XV, fotla 5
went about collecting evidence. the day after the murder if he got | canvicted; vo one knows anythiag | which the whole evidence relied upon no doubt, cousxieatlons consideration | sy9 acd also described in the Vert.
ol, ME. FRABER'S ADDRESS, it by Tobbery ? Woulkin’t ba kuow | about me; 1 saw euch aod such a | to support the case for the Crown, is of the Eylilence. tre ucy have found | ticate of Title to Sylvestre Mitchell
Ciprani (to Mr. Heaser):—His | Me. W, lace Fraver, for Gophur, | thal such a thing would: qxcite susph | thin bappen on euch @ such aday,” | of « circumstancial ature. fu casua | them "gullty.” Twelve men had } registered in the office of the trae ‘
sald, fn rhiog toaddcess the Jury in a | clon? As to the blowd tains, the an be thou t they would find rather | of that eurt, there were tyvo opera. | UNAanlmously come to that conclusiem, | General of thie colony ta Volume U
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i Honour I have addressed Mr.















, one has addressed ime (to the
% Youhave antleipated ne in [| case of such

veverscijticians passed upon thom, | tous to be performed. The firet was | Sd théircombined judgment le en- | COXXNXIY follo 335 an: abutung North
watter and I antic ely of

perion would -eoofain. blood | They would have leading articlervery | to very carefally sift all the evidence, | Htled to the very highest respect. | and Kast upon lande now or
a not bé made to the bereavement of | corpustles: and if t eo) ea | ahortly asking them whether they | aud winoow out such portions of it | 404 1 can see nothing in the evidence | ithe Crown, South upon # epace ree
Tit a Fury nthe fat | Mr. Chas. desea who ls a member of | gotdried on acoin putin the mouth, | were Bald inerely tovit down to wale | can be relled upon! ‘Something to make me incline to think that they | served fora Road fifty Make wide and

pated that, poastble that some reference should ;
‘
on when Lryinpathised with Mr ¢ tbe local Bar, Hiv © Houour Mr. | was that not one of thewayaby which | on respectable people to tell thea: | hus been sald about a chaic being as | have come to a wroug conclusion. | Wes, upon lands now or lately of
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and his farnily in thiabealf, and | Justicn Nussoll wae unaware of the | tha stains could bave got on the| things} or were they paid to | strong as ite weakest link, and he | They have been lawfully tried and cou- | Genjamia Julian together with the










s fact that at the first. tial Mr. |colns? Onthe whole evidence, they | rout about to ece what was | remembered {it was quoted by Me | victed of the crite of murder. agifor | soouctenances thereto belong!e,
hat barca te eye te ard Cipriani had sympathised with the {could not but find a verdict| happening? If, on the other | Pollard at the Metarlune trial, “He that «rine there rnly one penitence. "Bates at Portoftpata 0 ie aloe:
pathise with Mr, Avsee as rouch | fauily of thelate Mr Aasee in the {in favour of the prisoners. hand, the unfortunate pol ee-gticers | would say now what he bad sald on we ab au ewcuenes of death. 16% teenth day of Uctober ia the year of
i wmpathise with any other man { eeriousand fell blow that had come THE REPLY, took ‘steps to scott the country in | that oosslor vie; that the maxim | bs now my ity to pronounce that ven- @ oop Lord L9II,
tee matter, and Your tonoue hae] upon then Mr. Avsee, the son, wana | The Attorney Geuetal, In reply, | order to collect information, his | does not always apply. Although tence u nh rns a 1 the black ¥. J. SCOTT & SON,
woppod teat the beginning of | promising young Barrister The wae et rae Tie Bac aed na the nsucke | foatmed,felend would colt teat stag | deuce, wight be diseralited’ dew | cap, whlch produced a weird cohtiaat Gort Auctionsers,
ed inthe Fyza murder some j ba nat the Dar and on the Heuch, | cream of the de! ve force" ng sere ' oae
prune San ee tin aut tine’ 0, and how rel he | succeeded and so far he had been alle to avoid ta brow-beat an sccused tian, He bot pacessarily follow thes the | ret with bia marlet robe under tamp- Notice
. r | personalities or any endearou t to ask them to believe evidence was discr . he
mly to-day. then Lhey wou! remerber en | pe y ‘our was Dot golng to a SALE FOR TUESDAY THE FOUR.
TEKNTH DAY OF NOVEM:
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light.
ly ¥ ‘The whole Court stood, and st wae
H tp | abigecciie lad beon committed with | make things unpleasaot, But fa this | that the ce wers infallible. No {There was soother sense ta which *
Honour And you remember seertain amount of atrocity there | case more Baiuektions bad been made | mao, because he put on a uniform, soatethiing could te sald about the an impressive nulloees,
Ba", Ciprinnt:—I do remember ft. | was gecerally widespread indigaation agalost hie couduct than if had to be a human belong; and he | chaln aod its weakest link: that was 1 vy tt it om clear, measured
Probably 1 used an unpariismertary | in theconimanity y the feelirg arose | ever been his misfortune to have | wuuld, therefore, continue to make | If there was something that exclided | 4% te tut volos ile Honour p

to Mr, Asser, but {twaedone | that the perpetrators should be | during bis career, From that state-| miytakes, But he asked them to | the supposition of the theory of the eae each of be tiken from th
the facts ae put to the jury by | speedily brought ew {ustice and there nent, however, he could exclude Me, Judge falrly of | the auidenca of the | Crowns then that theory, was ane place wheru. jou staud to" the place
i fee were othe danger that, wit reser Ww’ inthe course of a forve- | police, to ava what thelr duties were roken, and the .
s setae fe phe same foanuer ae iat en erient atits height, those yy addrews found It fo no way necer- Pad pay tm lave those duties been pers | case fur the Crown failet, 1b was whenee you vawe and, upon a day to be

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pute NOTIUE te hereby give bhes
ia exercise of the Ststatory Power of
Sale coaterred Spee Mortgsgeve by the
Conveyancing av: wolf Property 0.die
eacce No, 72 and contained of implied in
acertela Memorandum of Mocgage under
the provisions of tbe Real Property Ordi-
esnce, Namber 00, Numbered 145, dated
the niath day of Kebruary ia the your one
thousaod nine hundred ‘and eleven aod
made by Cornelius Willems ia favour nt
Mary Jaue Hourne Wileon, there will be
pat vp for sale by Bablic Asciica at the
Auction Mare of the underelgned situate
at Number 12, 8 Viscent Street le the
town of Port-of-Spala on Tuesday the
[ith dey of November 1U12, between the
boare of one aud two p.m. .
All thet pleceoe pircel of Jaad and
ooces plantation aitarteta the Ward of
Dleox wwille (a the Idaod of Trinidad doa-
telolog eight acre", swe reads nad twenty> .
ene’ perches be the sace more or lees
and decribed tn ide Of dia-
grem. attached te the Crows Urent regio
tored Ln the office of she otras General
of this oolong at Volume LXXXU, fol. Gul
anlabuetlog North wpoe leads petitions
for by .Liuieocis Hndile and upon leads
etltlosed for by [tuece Peal, Moathand =”
‘eat. mp0 fends now me lately of the
Crowa aod Het wpon lands sow or lately
of Nobeejade, together with the appere = {|
tenanees toersta belong!
Dated at Fort-of Spain this sisctecath
dy ot Os.eber in the year of Our Lord,
wil,

¥, J, SCOTT & 80% ’
_ Govt. Auctionesrs.
ANNOUNCEMENT, ;
:
J. A. MORTLEY '

(Canvasser &: Commission Agent.)
Bee fofurm the petite that be
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ted by the G th
Altorney General: Surely, ny | vith whom rested the Uuipartlal edl- | sary to call bis(the epeakec'’s) conduct | form e best way porsible, av, | for the Jury to say whether there pe anned ri the neck untit’ yea re

; . a tice might not dot Into quesou, But. be could not say | ing regird tothe very dificult condl- { wasanything of ‘that sort in this| dead, And may the Lord have merc:
i 1 fiend does not suggest any: jughtray mof Just should. fpounsel the adore o| hie two leerned friend. 7 thane tatoed onder which they have | particular case,anything (hat ex- upou your souls 7
dit. Ciprianl {put no {imputation | bad bad ta ereyclse thelr privilege of | Mr Cipranl and Mr, Palmer-Chizzola | to aot?” tls learned filends bad had | sluded the possibility of the prison: | The ‘prisoners who received the
you, Mr, Attorney Genersl,—po- | chaileoge rather freely Io this case, | First, with regerd to the puttlag fa | the opportualty of thvowing a great [ ers’ gull. The second operation was | seatence caluily were then hursied ont
ainst you 4 Butherssared them that the course | of the cutlasses, Lhey were put fa at | deal itiaud at the witnesses for the } what wasapplied iu all branches of | of the dock to the celle Lelow while
Sioene Geneial bowed. was nota reflection on thelr integrity, | the last trial, and “he thought they | prosecution. But they had eveo goue j human foquiry, namely; a theory | His Honour thanked the fury
y. Ciprlant then read from both | Those who were challenged were | should be put In here also, because be | further, He thought sugges fons bad | wae formed and two things had to | for the service they had rendered to
papers extiacte of lils addievs to | mentioned by nana as having ex-/ was justructed that there were no | been wade which counsel ought not ta | be done, They had tu ses that the | the public by this very long and fatl-
focuser jury, showing bie expres: | pressed views unfevourable to the | stains on them, asa polnt valuable | have made. He thought le was deplote- theory sulted” every particulpr cee | yung work and asked then tu attend
of ayo me for Me Awa avd} prisoners. Counsel had, therefore, | for the defence, Mr. Ci riant had | bls to know that “the gawe” wav | cumataie and fact within’ their | on Tuesday when be would see what
fanily, Font ping, counsel aaid | considered (t thelr duty under those | thought if fit to suggest ti ab thie cut | not properly played. Lhe work | kuowledge. Then they had to be wate | vould be done for them by way of
was forced into the ve of the uu-{ clrenustances not to’ allow thove | lawes were produced in order to} of those courte was very slrenu- fetled there was po otber theury that | exemption, the panel being rather
Sphamettary word Ly the attitude of | furviste altand determine the fasue | Impress the jury with Ube guilt of the | ous, [bt wae wok upow which | would do the same b {f so then ‘again | anal.
We. Auce, the witness, ‘vho ssid, | which had teen talsed betwee the | prisoners, ow, be (the speaker| had | very great issues depended, Ib was | the case for the Crown failed, A The jurorson the vase weres—Newsrs,
erove-exemination, that he apt | Crown and the pelaoners, As a cons | no need to descend to dirty ticks of | not ooly the fate of the wan they had | very ltupattant partof the case wae! Willian Benjamin (foreman), Ovcar
d what counsel waa ‘olng to sa tlence, they Oa a selected fury, | the kind (n order atc, a case. | ta try, but the good of the community | the blood etalns fuuod upon the gar | Parris, Thowas Amorow, Sanuel
doctesy that ' Bong ae a he thought they wight rest cons | But [ted neem to bhi that there wae | came into the yuestion sls, And | ments andcertatn oolua Was there | Milliogto:, Ostoond Telfer, Bt. Marie
femll We Te “aa son this | ddent that the ury would | nomething lithe more than humour | whils this game should be strenuously | any rational theory to account fur | Kinwenuel, John Sylvestre Casabon,
“added Mr Cipriaal x da (th | atvethe prisoners what was thelr | in Mr, Cipriant posing as an arbiter played, ft should not be played un- | thuse blood etatnato their satisfac: | Lao, N, Placide, Urmond Speucer,
lute. wis; ee tate thet Lala due, Now, trial by jury had been | of profeailonel taste and conduct. | fair ft His learned friend, Sr. Cipri- | ton inthe whole mase of evidenve | Weldon Rell, James 1. Regle ani
ft. This Urlet not. of 10 degertbed aa the vigorous plant of |] Mr, Chizsola, however, was not so] ant, lo maklog o particular suggestion cevented beforethem? Hf they be {| Franklin Hal!
wllog oy \s ‘ y liberty.” And In the United Klagdom | bed. He suggested that he (the | to Metoulal, the wits was not | lieved the story of & conspiracy or| Mr. it. A. Duthany aod Nr, Fraser
hentia.” ee peuple are nok iy where the system hed its most vigo- | speaker) was ging to press the cave | playing the gawe as as be | say other explanation they had heard, represented Gophur.
| pause wd, aud Mr, Cipriaol us gruwth, it wes rellgloasly quard- | against the prisoues. He hat beeo | might The fury sould recollect that | by all means give effat to ib But @ Holicitvors instructing ocunsel for
vale hed ¢ Out tn priaol, re rutected to be Kept pure, It | some [ite time bere and ft had buen } Metoctal wes ueked about bierelatione | Ifaftertaklog the whole evidence | the defence were Messrs. J, I. Attale,
Ps Tato bo vown plaintive actu would be @ very serious matter If] tre official duty to conduct procecu: | with Mahamdaliy. He aaid be had | togebber they were wstistled with the | A. V.N. SicOracken and“. L. David.
Rooon ete me, Mr. Cipil orate were to prejudge people whom { tluns, Hut he did¢ think he could | been {nthe habit of giving Mahain- they uf the crown, then juweeer | The Court adjourned to to-morrow
yd did pet t h to burt x vl. hey would hate to Rtlorwavds try. | claun thle for bimeelfi that in all | dally 2s. of 3a occasionally, and then | Puluful 16 was they imust do thelr | at 1000 a i.
any wa ml 1 eee It Jona amount to nothing eloe than pang against: pilvoners before juries | Mr. Ci vlani thought fgint to way to uty He thought he should refer the
“4s nga ey P culeee I po nting | lynch law under cover of ritish jue | hebed at least endesroured to put | the witnese:—' I suppuse that pow | to the general character of the wat-
Bi wat be you ther rib, ae eo ap is thee. They must not treat the priscners things as judtelalty as he poseidl ou are givlog false evideoce agaiuet | nous fur the Crown, some of whoin
es shandoned It tld be ff Ui ig now conlics,” but as Brlltsh subjects, | cau! Hedid pot cometo this wor hie waa fn order to get rid of the ha | were worthy of the highest respect,
YOu vffered some ‘ hd rot and ive them the same protection to | neely as a tyre, but he hed ind | bility to pay thle money. Now Me | Thay bad Air. Chaites users a@ ryeut
Pigrety seaean mie ee reaion L| which every Briticher was entitled. | esperfence before: and he trusted | (oolal waa not uader any liability to | ber of the Bar, his smother, Miles ( amne-
F- Weve tio doubt (Cwould be mene net Kea mmattes of fact, the East Indiens | thet when he bad eppeared before | pay. It was not a legal bond, but | roa, Lavpectors Thorne and Cdetellor,
» Avece and hiv on re ¥ qvere po sinall'proportion of the com: | juries here he h cootinued the | slaiply a statement made, And | Sergeant dtajor Eversley, Dr. Blood,
any wa taotier, have be ity and they were now formlog | practloe which be did before. Hej auggestions of the kind were | Dr, Dicksonandothere. There were
what pe Fiatenat tu suggent that mus Jes inte wvaoclatione, social ao would. however, tell Me, Chizzoleathat | not . worthy of hie learned | also other witnesses whose itlon ie
aace of your wr bat done in per t callectuat and very soon they expec: po vulgar insinuations which hehad | friend or of the professiun | lifewae a humbler one, Lecause &
Hient hes ‘be sate ayer otto be represented on the Legivla- | made would, however, in any way | to which he belonged, Tho speaker | inanvccupled a humble position tt
Cot hes been asslgaed | av ‘ Nea Fernanda where they | affect hia(the Attorney General's) con | next discussed at sonio length the | did not necessarily effect ble evilence.
ie own, and itiva very | ture. A numerously represented, at | duct of that or ‘any other case, Le | facts of the ruse in the three com. | There were wauy @ man—a common THE PUNERAL
eve and paint aud trying | wate ore methird of the panal was | felt stroogly with regard to that rtmeojsduto whkbbe had divided | labuurer, whom one would qwoner
ery pee connected with the \gaat tna lane. Now, oilginally seven | watter and be put the matter strongly | It wheu opening, vis:—(1) the miuve- | socept ae wilnes than many maa F I ht E { bit h { '
GOT muuch better to put | Kast Indatmaiged with the munier, | indeed, | Now, to leave thowe wents of the prisoners, (2) the Liool- | taabigher postion, Iefwas so io) FOPDISHIOG GSAVUSNMEDL | 29 cremat an once at 6 Duke sirvet and
to tet your ese a 1 Two were ecquitied before the Magis PERSONAL QUESTIONS stained colus. and (4) the conversa. | every country. He was not going to * Gurtrasetnge will be a eect venture”
+0008, rathar than’ lee the’ thing go| tra! ‘Ooura aud two wore at the | and turn to one aspect os thecase: | Hone ofthe prisoners It coucluding | lebour the matterany further, and ite Cb I hie busiothe and from Peels! “s t
make at, let the thing go | trate ab Quits ney next commen fia telonde bad said’ thal ft was lo- | ho sald, the administration of tne law | leftit to them ws wea of oummuoosense | Known for wapaoers, Courtesy, | 0 saa and from Lie artes expert:
ake iy comments after. | Hirst trial ution with which clreum- | cumbent upon the Orown to prove the | under which they lived depended, at | to oar whether tha dleeeepaneies | ~ A speciality. Spi, Suara yon Town and Countye
at regret cat offered that expressiun | on to cat ace should be relied upon, | cace elnet the prisoners, With | feast iu criminal cases, upon the co | brought to thelr uotles were of ‘Patronage Dollted.
We will now pase on, stantial evide ty Wat nature to dlsuredit athe witnesses JULES THHODORE, Prupt Bettlement, }
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t atalement of the law be abso | operation ofthe jury with the jugde,
eh Saal, paeed for a lung | He quoted the Lan im ne In the teneely agreed. [le, as representing aud (he thought be Taighe over ee poperally, If inducements were to be srietor. Terma Muderate, ‘
ng. of There was] the Crown and aswarshalling the facts | further and say) with the eounsel w ld out to peuple ty commit erluies | 61, Duke Hireet, Telephone No. KUd— | October 21 1U1)—-sa-v, -2w,







ats Honour: Would ye sather ad-








of them, bad the responsibility | a red ia the cases. Unless they | of the sort, it natnratly must be made _
Mr. Oe ie. Oprian p, belo befor ovincin them teyond z wee per view of ‘thele reepon. io poopte of low character aod there- Oct. th--im,
air, nis 2 will address wow reasonable doubt that tha case | sibility, the whole fabrk of the ad | fore thwré wae wothlog tinnatural dn
aaah, against the priwners ids 4 true | niuletration of Hells Jivetlos avast | the prleuuers week ia

i

A if , found jn the works the aselebance r 4
Cipnanl talbtles edapwed Lefore Mr, | cial avidvuwe were fou “Othelle” | ope, and it was only if they felt | (alte the ground. It wae uuly | of wen uf the clew of tbe wilugewes ALEXANDER THE GREATS AP- Queens Pa kk Ketel, |
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my rea roew. of ¢he illustrious autbor,— J thet reasonable doubt that | beaus the British juey be | who bad give oridene Ww tbat -

Me, epee RESUMED. an “Macbetb.’ | With regard to iy thay could cone tow verdict against trusted av a Keneral 1ule to give 3 otfoct. Of courw that wae the case PEAL TO HIS SUBSCRIBERS. | Shares Wanted
Drank ade ag eet ther yon Thetence ealed that , the prisoners that they were eatltled | verdict according 10 the avideace aud, furthe Crows, sgelnet which there ~—— .
eauae “Re oie the Lelie that ted now Mreations ever Look plave. but | todo that Bat that Fegsonalle doubt | ancuinilag to foots proved Lefurs | weetbe very stevag arguurut ad: I AM nearly ow the‘
dock oo Were place? in the | the conve Whey were Urua, the feet that | aust be the deatt of pbtpoasle men it that that elwus had wurvived aed vasoed for the defence. He ova: * nad we ae eal Apply eure quantity aod lowest
parter of Joeton ae guuby of the ensue ng they qwo yeas ago id nat ft mast not bea davbt of vague sentl. pes foes aoa Peas aii y Ttumlodiag tue Jury thas song. wave ~ price to No. ‘ort-of-dpain Gasclg
Fema penttmant, tonliol and “ales peseppat yobae pot they ovcataliied D rata of pliy Fer the prlvonapn T54 Dub they 5 fb wes tons duly fo asquiy the! UnGetoler am,

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ITEMS OF NEWS.





A correspondents senda us the
r ARRIV. LS oom are Me acy Be cae
f s A Fella lefe theoe « e
' ellden D.A., lefe these shores on the
x BX!RE CENT ° afternoon of the 17th inatant with hie
‘Indian man servant, Gulab, fa the
















Royal Mail an Ble ““Olyde®*
for Rngled fren whence. they will

LNAGRA RICE 100 Crates PIC-NIO HAMS alnwet’ tmmedinve
eRe Sta Do. | 220 Cae NESTLES MILKAI Ibe, | Srpcttt ee tte, “Aly fOr hls
UR—sesorted grades, 20 MILMMTAID Do —tabe new duties will be primarty the
ie will ds oO Hage BODE —libs. | charge of the trees planted about that
FEA ee Oa er eihiee brce | peguercitr, The zouon gentieman
ee ODKE fhe. & Se, Joya Barrels Do,’ Do, Inlahd, fieedly on the noting eect ae
SUSTARD OIL 2 n, OLPAR PORK Curator 0 Trinidad ' Botanic
PECTIONARY 100 Barrele & Tieroes Assorted PORK | Gardens and since May last year in a
MORLAIX BUTTER ron STURFS. similar povition at Tobago, We have
Do. Do, Merce Royal Lily L8RD noticed, with pleasure, the unassum-
OANDLES—ascorted sizes] 10 Canes Du, Da, 425 | ing bub neverthele-s vigorous attl:
Pde Large OODFISI 800 Boxes CUBE SUGAR—Silbe. each | tude in which he tackled “tne studiss
AND. of plant and animal tfe and perbaps
-, — moore 00, outeide of botanical and

600 Boxes COMET BM. 80aP | Sftcutecylmatiars, the ornithology

230 BoxesThree Crowne Brown BOAP
40 Cases NICHMOND MIXTURE Beate then colony ‘tuts of ours so
2 Cases RICEMOND MIXTURE | anid Guerelestly Velvor ineiean tt
Zon. Tint | isefno ure to mble. Altogether
Mr. Feilden was here for about a

ABUGAR In Kags”
in Te
Plegniol BWEET o1u

Posnet
Rtraw wrepping PAPER

P
BOROEL B, M. SOAP*

va ey

—s150— earanda half. We shall bope to
t ear of hisfurther promotion and
a 3 success in Iife, be that in whatever
a | . ats part of the world fate may fix him,
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The Aseee murder case ended’ yes-

Another Bhipment of the Celebrated terday, The three prisonerey—in.
darkhan, Gopbur and Mahamdally~

WHITBRE AD’S STOUT i Peat allen teoeneet ic

the addresses there
were afew facidente, The first wasa

(Kangaroo Brand), >
‘tn Barrels of 7 Dozen Pints with Patent Stoppers.

fudge and ove "St the ‘counsel for
e

&., &o., &o, ‘
0. R. ALSTON & GO.

defence. Another” was the
. Charlotté Street.

strictures by the Attorney General on

two of the prieoners’ counsel. The
fivceedinge are reported at greater
length elsewhere,

A correspondent sends uathe fol.
lowing:=—Lbose who complain of
lengthly sermona should take note of
the recent Hague Tribunal, at which
Sir Robert Fiuley spoke for eight days
and the Attorney.General for Great

taln and Benator Root for the
United States each spoke fot six days.
Are the Newfoundland Fisberies more








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ol why is It tbat people tale nowblog of

le think nothing o|

98 cents each. Thtzotug tora lecture for ninety

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mivutes, and complain it the sermon
exceeds the half hour ? Is the criticiam
of the lengthy eermon prompted by
the lack of iaiportance of the theme
orlack of valuein the treatment of
ite Buxchange

The debate: “What should be the
Primary object of Criminat Puoish-
ment, the Protection of Soctety or the
Reformation of offenders?” took place
as announced on Thursday evening
last, at the meeting of the Model Ex-
Popil's Association. There was a
large attendance of Members, who
neaily all took part in a discussiou,
lasting forcloseon two bours, The
Obsirman alter summing up, put the

westion to the vose, which resulted Ip
favour of the "Reformation of offen-
ers,














HARBOUR AND MARINE NOTES

The Sues Canal was sald'to be a blow
almed at Great Britain, yet It ie (remarks
“ Cassier’s Magazine”) made to by
British steamers. We have heard of the
Panama Canal as a death blow to Uritish
Interests; we wonder what the Cramp
steamer willsny tothis, butwe are la
clined to think that the Panama Canal
will sfallcomplement of ships
under the red ensign. Nobody can fore
cast just whet will betbe result of any
change in the map of the would, for su
@ mere ditch as the Panama Canal Is
really a very Important change of the
map, jast as wasthe Sues oal, Hut
the geographical change Is more eoonom!.
cal than either physical or potitical, It
isn achange that will bring the west coast
of both Americas very much nearer
Furope than theyare at present. an
that will make an ocean highway of the
Caribbean Set and put the West Indien
Islands ina different positon from what
they now oocupy, forthey will be along
side one of the great fe routes of the
world, The Panama Canal wnust affect
the whole of this inland sea and all that
Nee around and witbin it Venezuela
can bo longer remain outsidethe general
comity of nations, The anomalles from
which ber fe sufers will be swept
away, atid more enlightened means of
ralsing revense will be resorted to
th ts country, which docs not yet know
its own peoourves are so niarvellous.

porting the French naval budget,
ip ay Desuset aald thatons of fie
chief seasons for the failare of France to
hold ber old place among the navice ot
the world has beenswant of a true
military conception, which hasled to the
laying down of ships not demanded by
the naval of the day.
od that for tbe cost of the fifteen great
cralsers launched between 187 and 1002
France could have hed vine battiebipa
‘each of 14,0U0 tons, aimilar to the “ Patrle

type, and capable of doing Jong service
auhina unite. it was the sulsisters and
the pariiament of thattime, he asserted.
who bad committed the error of wasting
the national resources upon ablpa witbout
vellitary valus, Butbe would not criti
clas tha Bo: Coancll of the navy,
which had always timp for the
battleships, aven whan the advocates of
the latter type were called — poactionaries
N. Benaset wasconvineed that there
is the greatest necessity of bringing Lrest
and Toulon up to thelr highest dexree of
useful: and the importauce Chi





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fF At Very Moderate Prices.

Uizerte as ports of supply
bor "bot to be oreriquked. Rochefort he
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ol ms .
Ree font Je pot of Web value to-day,

‘ulnidad liner, “Crown of Navarre”
Pe yar Captaln McKillop, arrived fu
the harbour oa Pridayevening after a
voy ye fron New | York,
Re Coat Se eice wares

or 4

se ace toe: Willa Kay aad Bir.
w BB. Collie, Thts steamer will leave
‘on Monday for Demerara with port of
inward cargo.

The New York and Rermudes Co's
steamer “ Vilsing! natled yesterday for
Guanoca with {7 labourers fur the asphalt
deposit.

Ytwight wot be geperaily koown that





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OUR REVIEW .

OF THE 96

GENERAL ASPHALT GOMPANY'S REPORT

TorneE te before us as we write the | which not only fustifies the expenditures
annual report of the General Asphalt | which the Company haa sirendy made,
Sompsny int Ube fecal year. ending Pak should ba of mines eee ie tees
Soth an je survey e ‘
operations of a grest American trust Aplch will be mont Ukely to produce eat,
certainly does not lack local interest. { the Company will therefore be gulded not
The namie of the trust fs not, perbaps, | only by its practiont experience daring
specially familiar ta Trinidad readers, | the past twoor three years, but by the
but when itis remembered that the | best possible adviog based upon careful
subsidiary companice of the corpora: | studies of geological conditions. ’

Uon iveladethe New York and Ber-] The yeport to April 1911, naturally
mudez Compsay, The Barber Aephalt | could not talk of actual shipments,
Paving Company, and last, but not] but it could and did state three tank
least, the New Trinidad Lake Asphalt | steamers had been chartered, and that
Pompany. it can be seen at ouce how | deliveries of crude olf at, the Com.
otimately the ramifications of the! nany's plant at Maurer, New Jersey,
truat concern thie colony Not only | would commence in May. Additional
does the General Asphalt Company {n+} land had been sccured there, con:
cludo the New Trinidad Lake AvP! alt | nected with the company's own ples
Company, Limited, the nominal coo: | by pipe lines upon which ¢ refining
cesaionalres of the colony's great pitch | was being bullt to ba ready for oper:
lake, bot tho eotlre Issue of the alx | ations by June last, and the report
per cent gold bonds of the New York | says: The Company should be able
and Bermudez Company fs owned by | to'market a considerable quantity of
the new Trinidad Lake Asphalt Com: | jg Tiinidad oil during the current
by. Nor is this the fullextent of! year, thus bringing ita large Invest.
he local connection with this cot | ineng in of to a pont where profits
mercial octo ae Gil propel fies has miade willeonrmence to accrue during the
neceraary, we m nay the organ teat car JO1L. The report then goes on
on of three oi companies, aod the | “wait new and important develo:
gotire capita stock of eee rom panies ment of the Compan "s property basthes
ls owned by the General alt Com | tar been entirely paid for out of current
any, Now the cll properties of the | funds, without Increasing Its debt, and
mpany are all, it le well known, at | without causing more that «temporary
La Brea, where only a few days ago | variation in the amount of {ta working
two very extenslve pure! a of o1l- , capital, Your Directors bellevathat these
bearing lands were made by the trust. | exponditures are more than justified by
These were lands already secured by { the repute already shown, and that the
lease, but the fact that the Company | shareholders are to be congratulated upon

haa bought outright fe etgnificant, for | tbe posession of an asset hitherta wholly
it cannot but mean that ihe now confi. underéloped, which Is already of proven

dent of the future, success of ite oil |{itticy forthe fatafe Pm
undertakiogs. Certainly in this re

apect it hasiong alnoe passed the pros. |. flow, again, we ask, can thia state
pecting stage that Sir George Le Hunte
and hie advisers x0 0 publy talk about

Tennant’s Agency,

No. 10, BROADWAY-~-Tolephone 161,










OFFER FOR SALE EX.S,S, “SALYBIA,”
10 Casea No. 1 GHEE—8s, :






Dax ae, ‘AX, TOD aAs"
100 Bags Superior DUTCH OATS, °
3S os, “EOD are,"

25 Cas es SAL MON 48s,















SS ee a

STouUuT

Of SUPHYRION Quvuaktixrxr

(OIN TAP)
Can be had in Kegs of 8 imperial gallons at $4.60 from

Walters Trinidad Brewing Coy.

wTetsRhone, 2275

a remeron
$250.00 GIVEN AWAY.

NV R. THOMAS WORTH, the genial representative of






























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of affalrs culnelde with the Govern.
ment's statements and its action, or
rather inaction, in refusing to allow

Nae ee ane reece ate ee cht treme | the taxation of’ the colony to benefit Messrs Godfrey Phillips, Ltd., of London, has just re-
this forelga exploitation of one of the Pammeaver that tile tee the positon turned by the R.M.S. Thames, with a full assortment of the

colony's most Important resources,
If people do not connect the name of
the General Asphalt Company with
Trinidad asphaliand vil, at any rate
they do that of Its president, Mr.
John M, Mack, and are well acquaint-
ed with one, at least, of ite two vite-
presidente Mr. A. W. Sewall. Inci-
entally itinay be mentioned that
this great trust, like most of these
gigantic American corporations, has
very few geueral officers: for obvious

celebrated

‘BDV.’ & *Pinnace” Cigarettes,

also a large shipment of the famous ‘Saylor Boy’
Mixture This gentleman has now started a competition in-
corporating [30 prizes to the total value of 3250, the first
prize being 3100 for the largest collection of prize coupons,
one of which is to be found in overy tin. We invite the atten-

of affairs over six mon hs ago. Trinl-
dad resources in one direction are pay-
lug for this development of resources
in another; the money, with the
exception of a certain portion of the
labour bill, goes entirely and abso-
tutey out of the colony {nto American
pockets, and the Trinidad laxparer
moans under a burden that ly al
eavy for blsehouldersto bear. As &
matter of fact instead of sngexing
three tank steamers, as Intended, the

ws

reasons in transactions of this voit the : ° .
company engeged siz, namely the | tion of prospective compotitors for full particulars to
real control muet be tn the Pands.ct | Budeuila. the: Augusta, “the. Guow pros p to Fosters

around town, or to Messrs. SCOTT, BOYD & CO,, No. 6
Broadway
As there is a quantity of Cigarettes still on the market

which have not the prize coupons. arrangements have been

flake, the Georgian Prince, the Ll
loboand the Lyia. Despite certain
hindrances, real or alleged, which
have tled up temporarily ceitalo of
the steamers, they hava taken away
over slxaod ahalf million gallons of

of what this and previous reports dis-
close since the “merger” of 1003, it ia
certain} amusing t hear, or read,
iasp! statements, as we do every
nowand again, tothaeffect that the

set honed oil eho nation ate Dutish | Teuldad oll, Now, Whatever "the made with all séllersof “ Pinnace ” and ‘B.O.V.?
to the say, this isnot pros-

Government par
pecting; and there is a signiticant
paragraph jn our issue of yesterday
under Harbour and Maciny notes”
which should be read 1) this connec:

corporationa! With regard
former, {£ we remember rightly, the
atalement was even awotn to before
the Aephalt Enquiry Commission at
the very tlne that the fact of the

Cigarottes to supply purchasers with the requisite
numuer of coupons as advertised on posters. It is therefore
to the interest of smokers to see that on making their pur.

Mon, and which states, that newer and | chases they receive their coupons in ord:r that they may be

“‘merger was the talk of the preas







larger oll-tank steamers are to as ‘.
Pf the United Staves, omg to tne chartered in the place of the Pruden: | Able to participate in the advantages offered by Goprrgy
that had preceded It. All that fe over tia and her myer ships. raver bas ihe PHILUIPy, Inn,
and dove with, howeyer; se reg Tendo ol™ been cleared up by the ——— = SS -





asphalt, the position of the General
Asphalt Company is unrivalled any-
where ia the world, and it is now turn-
ing its attention to oil, particularly
ou, call ft asphalt or oi! or what you
will with a heavy asphaltic bare that
can be utillzed in road making. On
the subject of Trinidad off which has
a headline all to (tself the report

Saye im
TRINIDAD OIL.

* A large part of the Increase In Pro-
perty Acoount. as shown by the Statement
of Balances accompanying tbls report, as
wellasalarge part of the timeand atien
tion of ita executive ofticera during the

Government's statement, Even {if in
the letter or the Jaw the product je
not dutlable, in the spiritit isy for it
ls belag used ta competition with
asphalt that pays duty. The report
utates qlte cleauly : * Trinidad oil
has a heavy asphaltic base and Is
admirably adapted for the Company's
own requirements fo Its asphalt
business, ~

* The Company willtberefore, from the
etart, be a large consumer of Jts own pro
ducts, while at the same time extending
ite Investigations of other markets for Its
surplus production, Dyring the yeara

AL. STRONG,

The Piano Warchouse,

CHEAP, SALE OF STRINGS |





a ly engaged In {| study has been tnade of the marketa of .
foe” eer eee een ee npanys oll | Europe and of thona countries In South bt GUITAR STEEL 8, DOZEN,
roperties in Trinidad. At the tine of | Amciica and the Carribeaan which are {to 20d 7 a fa "
Ere dust Annual Report five wella had | such geographical relation to Tricidad aed So,
been bored, of wiki two bad been | as togive je Company a material advan. “ 7
abandoned, and three were ueln, the markets over other oll Helds, Jet " GUT ju. BOX
ofl ta moderate quantities, The total | Aside from ite value as an Important Qad 2
roduction up to April 14, 1910, was element inthe Company's own business, ry ” Ce ”
Boo barrels. Triuidad oll has undoubted)y great value ads ” & ”

esafucl andas ao asphaltic treatment
tof ta domend for fuel olf In the plave of
e damand for fuel off In the plave o:
atu 191011 aud ending in pril coal is extensive, and is basvd upon con:
last. The report bathe following to | ditions which are bound to result In a
say on oll t= rapidly Increasing consumption in the
‘ Development continued without un | future. Its superiority for quick steaming
usual incident until, on September 18] Smokelessness, relative cert ot handlin;
1910, Well No, 7 then bel red, at a | and general economy are fulfy established,
depth of 918 fect, and toitalsbed, com: | Many of thessa cona erations apply with
menced to produce oil at a rate of a ullar force to naval uirements, and
proximately 4,0U0 barrels per day. This Bone more than the British Adwiralty,
uction'was forced by gas presaare | for the spoctal reason that the Trinlda
rough an annular Hugatoul }lucb wide, | fields are amongst the most promising
between the 124 and 15) fach casio sources, [f uot the most so, now kuowg
Mayiog but a Iimited amouct of available fn British territory.
atorage, efforte were af once made to With regard to bighway colstructlons, | ~
reduce or stop the flow of ofl, Thbis } enormous quantities of olf bave reveotly
was completely acoomplished on Ortober | been used fn the United States for the !m-
lth, since which time the wel has re | provement of country Foads, particutar)
malned shut dows. Between September} as a dust preventive. The beneficial
sth and October 12th this well produced effects of an ordinary oll are limited to a
46,000 barrels of off, whleb, with the pomparatlvely Urief bpace of time; but if
anouat alresdy oh hand, practhally filled heavy asphal Je oll like tha of Trioidad,
existing 8 pro j, and particular! te
This la ge production ia Well No. 7 apnilcauiba. te repeated a few tieaes, the
fustitied the development work which | result ts to form an asphalticooating tothe
ad already Geen done, and encouraged [ road which not only renders it dustiess,
the Company in proceeding o par a@ more | but enables itto resiet the wear and lear
extensive sale than theretofore, Con {| of motor trafic toa considerable degree.
tracts were therefore funmediately placed | This method of treatment, while not in
for additional storage. # part of which has | the nature of @ permanent construction,

The reader will notice that this par-
pereph refers ta.a previous fiscal zea





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BIG “After Stock” SHIPMENTS,
Ex “ Serana,” 8.5, “Maracas” AND Otuer Lines,
om ARK POURING IN FOR——~

THE BONANZA DRUG STORES

+ me ESCLU UIA Gere

WLETTS Merck and 13 "es High-class Drugs, ( Lousloals, and Pharmac
alrmady been completed, Andon. or tetore | such as thin Company bes developed with | | | ¥ SUE arione: for ove wtoieeate and ltctall Lisjeuving Departinculay ee noe
daly, able for sto! y of 406 | ite licrmudes oad dh alt whers the | parrough'y aud Welcome Tablolds--afull ssnoriwent, Kepler's Bolutton of Malt and
reat poder steel take of Shen tote asphalt ta nved the’ eed rig Agent In the OU, Allea aud Jianbury #2: tion, Bynla Amara, Uyue Th bophos, Bywo Glycere-,

le H Fepera I
construction, having ® capacity of one | a great improvement over the ordinary hos, Hatnow's Cariebed Powder, fellow coupaued Latiated Pend mar
eanwhlle tring operations bave been | ta arus consaution te the Usted | gu KMRUeT GA ATOLL MBNA TONES te Gar rapa? a ey anathly
ean wh ave Leen v . a ry)
contineed moderately, but in view of ¢he | States and abroad, where the demand for Virol (all elses) Dovril and Jiraods Lasenue of Heol Warming LeFraauq, Parks

husproved roads is universal,
It will Le seen that whiletbie for-
elgu corporation base one rye on the

Daviv's Specialties ta cswplete awortment, Vilruna, Frame Food and Intant'’s

“SIMIETEL BROS. & CO.,

fut that there was Ho available storaze,
the wells have not Leen driven far enough
to reach the upper oi) sands, Proceed:



Ing tu this matier, olx cew wells have | British Admiralty dea possible custo-

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uirements in the asphals business, ¥ D

do feet ton feel, after which all work thatisoo toad-tuaklog. Motor trafile



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was tem porartl) on bared ee ther baschanged the conditions of road
In addition to the provision for addition. | making and repairing in Ug countiles
al storages 1 refteery uw erect) Peotirely, The ordinary wacedam or
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> A correspondent Informa ts that on "rhe Ttaftun Gorernment, on the JOHN HOA D LEY

last. Sunday Guayaguayare wan} Sth ultimo Issued anothe warning
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the re | to the pressthreatening the severeet
Hie bir A en pe Aa ors the | measure under the penal code agalnat
Guayeguayare combloation, and the journalists and correspondents who
Maysro " Btonewallers.” le time five publicity to information evocermn:
the Guayaguayare teen suffer og the movement of the army and
gterrible deleat. Mr. Fred A. Pietre
captained the Mayaro tear.

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There will be Exposition of the
Moet Adorable Sacrament st tbe
Choreh of the Sacred Jeatt to-day.

—

We beg to call the attention of our
readers to the advertisement, appear
ingin another column, of Me. J, A.
Mortley, the well known Commission















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rear NCO it a hat Agent and Canvasser, .
a ~..W Nev, EL W. ach al —4
. RRENT EVENTS both the 1 ee aretor wil reece at | Lord Methuen, it Ie atated, witire-
cu ° the St. ‘no’a United Free Church. In | talo bls post ae Commander in-Chief
-DAY. the inoralng the subject will be “The | iu South Africa notil the Union Gov-
TODA . Heating of Jalrus’ daughter” and fo eroment hes | defaltely jfdonted tet by,
go sehem
ont tee Hind Playe at the Uvings Ihe Anthen P Stagnifont” that a plan forasmall regular etrik- C | )
Botanic gardens pm. will be renderedin the evening. tng force and a territorial army drawn
Exposition of “the Blessed Sarca- Th th — that th from the population will be {nitlated "
O Ne tea that the ] in February.
ment in the church of the Sacred Bah alate Neve plates tbat the °



Heart.

The Loudon Ilectrie Theatre—o and
8.30 p.m.

High Water Morn 355 Evea 4.15 pm,

Among the prizes to be com
ted for at next Satudley’s Fire
Jrigage con est at San Fernando
will be the Alesender Clarke Chal-
lenge Shield which Lieut. A. HL
Dasent whilst {ny England asa men

Exeellency Mr. Harford, and Mre.
Maaford were given a dinner in thele
honour by His Ercellescy Sir George
le Mante, K.GQALG,, at Government
Howse, before their departure for
Caracas by the ILM.S. ** Balantia




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- Box Calf, Blucher (uti—2 Dollare a
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Sun elsca see 6 Rau, f Grace the | Ler of the ‘Lucal Forres Curona-
Sun vets woe nee GUT pt. eee ee Tree Ning Har | tioa Contingent wah instrumentalin > e
Moon vets... ase —— | ford de a Catholic. . Betting that first to offer bie bri- . ~
Monpay. "] the Anglican emninonity at San |” _ H I .
Criminal Acsizes ~ Poitof-Spain | vernando sare aking prey arations The Drenada Government has ap

pulnted the Rev, Father George Nay-
oc O.P., a member uf St. Mark's Dis
trict Board, an appointment which
has met wilh geceral favour in the

for their Annual Christaias Tree and
Children’s Entettainment which will,
on thle occasion, be held in the Drill
Hall, Paradise Savanna.

10.90 am.

8.8. “Prius der Nederlanden ™ leaves
for Carupano, Cumana, Guanta, La





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Guayra, Pto, Cabello, Curacao and — = weetero lle of apices, ae,

Portau-Prince, Mails close at 29) qris Excelleney the Governor. has —_—— — < aes

pm. accepted the invitation extended to We wereledintoanunfuitunate error Fan
eg himto ty prevent at the Fire Brigade | in statiag in yesterday's iseue that the



3, Della “leaves for San Felix,
Daranead and Culdad Bolivar, Maile
close at IL a.m.

SS * Patagonia” leaves for Caru-
pano, La Gu ra, Pus. Cabello and
Curacao, Mails closeat 2 pm

3.8. Marowtjne” Jeaves for Para
maribo, Maaly cloee at 9 a.m,

San Pernando Fire BrigadeCom petition
would take place that afrernoon.
Next Saturday Js the day the hore
teams will meet theie rivals from the
cuty

Several East Indians down the coast
have fofored us that their rae cep
this year bas bort practically a failure:
the heavy raine tu Jupe and July hav-
lug done the injury.

Competition at Sau Fernando next
Saturday.

Revds, Jones, A. Cuipan, J.C. Wip-

liand Townshend, theologlkal achu-
ars and csvlained deacons from
England, arnnived at Batbadea by the
“ Thames” on the 16th. to enter Col-
tington College fo epinplete their
degtees and consequently enter the
Weet Indian Stinttry








Sale of several houses situate at
Woodbrook for arrears of land rent
by N. Lord=1 pm.

Sale of a piece of land situate In the
ward of Chaguanas by Ward Price &
Co,—2 p.m.

A gent'eman who Lihat way
-eceatly, sald to us Lhat considering
all one hears of the backwant appear.
ance of the cane crop generally, it was
a pleasing eurptise to him to sex how
promising were the canea growing at
yiantat fon ‘For 6 Park" inthe Claxton

fay districtghe saw nothing to com-
rethevewith In all his travels Mr. |;
BS. Mortis isthe Manager and, our
informant says, he cultivates largely of
the Heurtbon cane, Forres Patk’ be-
longs to the New Colouial Company.

There was a meeting onthe 13tb

We were told that a meetin
San Ferpagdo Boat Club will be held
this morning at the Cluab/a
premiees vext the jetty at San Fer-
nando for the purpuse of diccuselug
club watters,a: d fg the consideration
of the annual Regatta, o




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2pm

The London Bleetrie Theatre—5 and
&30 pm, !

High Water Moin 4.30 Even 446 p.o3
62



A game of Ciiket will be played on
Trafalgar Square San Juan, w-day,
between the Sao Juan Q0., and the
Middlesex C.C, fiom the city. The
following team sill play for the home-
stere: James Reyes {eapt F. Des
Sources, A. Wulleon, J, Matthew,







colonial Cricket Tournament to take
place there next January, were gune
threugh. All of the old Committees
were reappointed, ineluding the Selec-
tion Committee, which iv composed of
Messre. 11, B G Austin, P. 4. Goad-
man and A. Somers Cocke. It was de-
elded that the representatives frém
Trinidad and Demerara should be
waltten to and invited at Barbados by
the 10th January next,

An old and respected resident of San
Feivando now located in the city tells
us that, the first Heading Roow avd
Debating Club which that Barough
posse in the good old days, & years
ago, was located on the second Muor of
a building on the same spot where
the Sub-Treasury now stands, and that
the privilege of its use for that par
[ee was granted by the late Mr.

eorge Lambie, the owner.

Thorepoitof the Registrar of Bar-
hados, Mr. W. Lindsay Haynes, on
Marriages, Birtha and Deaths durin
1010 shows that there were &S) marie
agesas against 3807 in ]000, Of the
contracting parties 700 were bachelors, |
145. widowers, 631 epinsters and 419
widows, ~ Biths numbered 6,381, being
an increage of 231 as agalnst the pie
vious year, but719 Jess than In 1008,
The male tithe numbered 3128 and
the female 32500. The iMegitimate
Urths numbered 3,731. The burials
registered numbered $u8%, belog Zl
tuore than {n 1000 and 1,208 lesa than







Sun alses . . 24.10. | sidney Grant, [.Gandoo, C. Senhouse, | instant, at the Bildgetown Club, of }
Sun sets wee 6.35 p.m. | E. Bonval, A. Redman, F, Maurice, N. | the Barbapos Cricket Committee, when . »
Moon sets 6.82 pu | Francis and F. 0. Awang. the usual foimalities for the Inter- ed u ti {] an (|

Et Universo, of Madrid, describes
Senbor Artiaga, the new Tresident of
Portugal, as a ferocious dnti cle {eal
who once suggested the erection ofa
statue to thedevil. When Rector of
the University of Oporto he was bit-
teily opposed to the dogmas of the
Oatholic Church,



BIRTH.
On the 10th instant at his resdence at

St Jameo the wife of 0. A. Latouc—of
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Moonn.—At 13 Albertha Street,
Woodbrook Aifuterday motnlog, Mra,
Thomasine Moore, mother of Geoige
Moore, Orderly to their Honours the
Judges. The funeral takes place to
Allbaints’ Church, thia afternoon at

4.0 punctually Friends are kladly
rejuested to accept this intimation,

IH MEMORIAM.

Ja Memory of our dear Mother
Tuosasivs Ectzapetic Ravens, who
was laid to rest, Octobér Zlod. 1010.

Allgbt Is from our household yone,
4 voice we love is etill, wones
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The Tunapuna Harvest Festival will
be held this afternoon at 3 o'clock, at
which a number of singers from Port-
of-spalo will takepart, The Rev. F
Watkin Vaughan who winisterrd in
thie city some years agofe the minister
io charge of this church at presen

We uuderstand that the Semi-Finals
in the monthly competiti u for the
Martinez Chess Challenge Cup were all
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There are over two thousand persons
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Tbe Nev. ©, dtokely Doorly will
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In loving pemory, of Luce the
beloved Daughter of Mi. aud Mus.
Putty Jonu whe died on the Zud
Uctober lon,

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We were yesterdad showna Cate
logue of the’ Loyola Univeilty, the
fmaous Jesuit [Institution of lea 05
IQlooly, whereio figures among the
faculty, the name of @ ereole,—Her-
tninto Tn O'Conuur, BS, MD. brother
of Mr + QOCopvor of the
Customs, aod brother-in-law of Pro-
feonpr J.B. Aguirre, Director of the
Nourlshing Hrench Lyceum, of this
sty, Dre OConnor ie the -Profeasor
of athology gud Dirswtor of Labo.
atories of the Loyula University; and
ina recent letter to his peope did
bot forget to mention the name of
his first schooluiaster, Mr. J. A. de
Suze, to whose credit may be placed
#0 uany sudcessful Poufraslonal weo
here and abroad. “It ie lodeed a
leanute to ote the plogresa of
tintdadlans abroad, and we wish Dr
O Connor coatinied presperity,

a Sauitarys Prosecetlon {| and is rather light for itestze, being 33 | in 104%, The death rate per tbouss ¢

’ Authuritien Chery ed | laches from Ube base of the plinttron | 1s 235 . re ad °

wtelth oustug Spite; | which it stands to Ube reptica of a a 6 ‘

) se beticeen. M rte race horse with itsrider astride the} We have been requested to state :

recat Geleccent i's Les | Cun measures across the bowl 1) | that the Altar Doys Solety of St a
and the Mayistrate ¢ | toches, aud 20} fncbes from end to eu oss Aquinas fy gettiog up ao
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SEX P.GE 5 FOR
The Assee Murder Case;
Hireesé between Jutye
and Counsel; .ttorney
General Gotla's Crushe
fag Reply 3 Leproves
eldvocates sor Personat
Adnatauationa; Verdlet of
aullty ? aud Sentence
of Death.

SEE PaGE 9 FOR
The Late Dre lehard
Spruce on Cocoa Plante
fing. The Coconut lis
dustry. The Coronation
Trees lu the Queeiu'as
Park, Port -of Spain,



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ttner of the firm sa President, and

fr, A. F. Brathwalte, vice-president.
The Club had Ita first practice match
on the Queene Paik yesterday after-
Boon. It {elo be hoped that the elub
will have a long career.








The Catholics of St. John’s, Grenada,
will soon be erectlug a fitting monu
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surplus tevenus ect ankle to meet any Sooke ‘x ‘o "*ifaet fein nciete mittee fe 8 f
uuforyseen tet Mrenciyue ta yet in a tervitte state for | J A” Setlageour wi es laws |

tng a ie titan use When, Mr Kditor, will ovealng on Fon Duty of ater .

ie eutedy Menutal fablet & dawn spon the Public Works pee" A Harve t 4 ii nkful-

fia erection to Greviiare Presbyt, | Departinit that the toad iu question will be held ats 7 “a :
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Fae gopr reme Courtof Trinidadjand eee om, ye sa | TEMPORARY ALTERATION OF THE over nm g n ailwe
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{ {Septe ber r TOLL, et Bas 45 mioutes earlier theoughont,
“pala am ay feet tn | Pa seta ue |W mies a sheet ws, | TIME PABLE OF THE 8.8, NAPA
Gatslel Ae tiver. Sub Ageat, Port aes ‘Arms... Miles but there will be oo connection for the . ie

Princes Towo, Tab qaite afd Sangre
Grande Lives.
Buaday, soth lostant- Uaual ran.

Biya Ulan AND S. S. “PARIA,”

Koester Siat lovtant = Same as Between San Fernando, Intermediate Ports of Call, Cod 3
Saturday, November tat No (Werther and other unforseen clreamstances Perelttiagy

Btea

The 788, “ NAPARIMA” fs expected

to resume her {:incrary, Thi W

tad November,, but should abe pate a3 DO N.
so, the

PB.—Lint of debts, &c., may be Io. 40, Ses Fernando,..L. wBonYUNACo
spected between the hours of 10| Paienpheone Mo. 1'7O

Satardaye ugioipme ee Om HANFORD’S
odes | BALSAM OF-. MYRRH

TRINIDAD, |
matter of
The Aduncletrater General's
iu AN EXTEKNAL HEMEDY
Rar MAM 4s BHhaeT

ey



Iq the matter dhe dsatate of Amands rm
Navoo, late of Pert-of-Spsia ia the a

Island of Trinidad, dereased, lotestate. Paria’

We guarantes tt to hea. will continue to per-











AUCTION BALK oi THURSDAY Tax 2uru after all ele falls . form her service as shown abore. SUNDAY-BSB. “Naparims,” THURSIDAY—3§. * 9
0° TONEH UsSTWEENn
paren ormona ram. It Bamoves Proud Flesh J a TOMLINSON, | San Fernando, dep. 6.40 p.m,} San Fernand
It ts & General Hanager, - (After arrival o Trata) ernando, de] a
puptic NOTICE ta bereby gtven that preven rangene, Oth h Octotets 111 i — | aBreae LaB Atter arrival
touthe ches ot the ebdetelene *h Oieans Olt sores Brighton} 807. 725 4 | peered
ion 8!
forvat s:Speln, on Tharday the 205 And Heals Thon, ELLIS GRELL & C0. Cet an 9.95 Brighton P.,
soe ett oet ee ne boats OF) 8 ee ad rpitom or Doaie be A ve, Teac m 225» | Gaspo iad wed aru one b,mewnnge and Me eae ene Xn Liquidation. cacos , arr. 10.10 ,, Capede- Ville 4, Ty
ie wo ardo .
tend sinaate | ad t nse no od k row as ovaneee reoten neTISPA0 PHL uadereigned wi will recelve offers 7a Io MONDAY—BS.S, “ Paris.” gos ille Ba nd
No. 23 and 25 Oulles Beret Street onthe | TION ORCOST YOU NOLHING, — | Sst DAY of oGtobEN, 10h, tor the | San Fernando, dep. 9.25a.m.|Cedros
Goobh apon dange of Ereeat Charles ont the 25ole 4, t e ‘After arrival of in.) leacos a
ee Rireet and 0; e on . a
thon lands of Philippa ulley ‘or baweo- SMITH BROS. & Co THE B3OK DEBTS = | LaBres dep. 10,40 on
ever otherwise the same masy be batted and Also 26 25th * Brighton ” FRIDAY-88, ‘
bounded tegethber with tbe bui'diogs iB acres lends at Whitelanda, Guapo » 125
vorseond this Ith dey of O brber 1911, Revon VER 4,610 (£30 each) shares in Io Imprevisto | Can.deVill on, | 522 Fernando, dep,
Date 4 (on BMintag Coy. Venezuela. p-ce- ville n 12.13 pm. a
(Sgd] W. L J, KERNAHAN, 090 (4W each) shares In La Inpreviato | J ‘ (After arrival
, Adminutrator-Uenersl, Gold Minlog Coy. Ld. Vebexusia, rois » 12.48 ,, LaBrea-
LATS (450 each) itharee visto | Granville Bay ,, 1.30 Bri hton} dep:
TRINIDAD. Mining Coy., had, Venere Ced 2 ” 8 ?
Adwiol tease, Ordiaance eat ace sete ct i sedersigaed cores arr, 2.09 ” Guapo ae.
The
¢ the Oltice of Et oo - ay)-de- -
1902. THE,PAVOURITE BRAND St. Vincent Steet Grol & Coy Bad | TURSDAY-B. “Neperima.” J Dale Ville

Avd in the watterof the estate of Lillmas




























Lite of Mooteerrat in the Isiend of FRED, EM. SCOTT,
winalaMamwama aan ie Brewed crt Seprenten, ot, | ee eee dna) | Granville Bay 54
AUCTION Bale for Tharsdey the 9.b — FROM — TRINIDAD, — rea- dep. 10.1 edros arr, <
dey of November 1911 betweea 1 aud [a the Sapreme Coart of Triatded sod Brighton ep. 10.10 ,, BAT aR. 8
JUBEIO Notioe tb loreby given, that Malt & Hops. Only Nes 100, Guapo 10.40 URDAY-38; *)
PU vere will be pat up for sale NOE Cap- Prede-Villo 11:00°° | Sat Fernando, dep
Walls Anetion at ie buds iag anda. IT KEEPS UP ITS O,eer= Pleat Ircis "3190" Labret arcival ot’
® * we ” . + frea- f
Rides af Nroate ih Metres Oh PE UST ATION [Tt Aintshituor Gieeat-tetentat | Granville Bay L140 y Brighton dep
pemieg ve ae be we aioe more ar BY KEEPING UP ITS PUBLIC NOTICE ie berety given tbat Cedros arr, 12.19 p.m, Guap o ed
delineated in the disg fof Penal Beak River ltood: ke ne « Parla" - 4
siarhot ta ‘Gon rent vorglstored at st d d f lit Oger ag gent! Nene tetes Hoes to tbe WEDNOSDAY—SB. Paria. Oapede Ville " A
Vol, CCVIII fo, 443 altuate is the Ward andard of Qua LY | wisud of Teofded, th» ole ezecatos | San F do, de ois
cisteusicd’ ou ‘the. poren, acu aed sued fa the ne Wal boing deca | 8?“ Cattar arrvalel trate) | Granville, Bay “i
a e ‘Be,
cinby Covalanivandoainewatty'e| “FRESH SHIPMENTS | Scaued, ‘who del Dine iouderee | LaBrea- Je ono Cedrus are
from land of amperes togetber wi.b 5) EACH ~ ae” ont Penal, Ree i Tver Hoed. gugnen Pp. 10.40 ,,
the buildings thereon. . General, claimlog a grant gt Probate of napo 11.25 ,
Dated this 17th da, ot Detober 1014 TES Witlof the de " oad 9g '
. (Signed) Web. Ld, KERNAWAN, GLASGOW STEAMER. Furmect law, ond tbat ibe taid tothe tee bee Yap tte: Ville ” 12,13p.m. a
Aiaiebtator Gretel Bold by all it leading I De ers, and he dey srOsuterr WIL Taerday, toe | Trois » 12.48 ,,
‘ & day 0 Tr, . a a
TRINIDAD, first class shopkeepers in all parts Dated thla Och dey of O tober, 1011, Granvile Bay ,, 1,80 ;
tu the Sopreme Voart of Tilnidad and | oF tte Calony, @ y, Overy boul a hee CHARLES 8 BokDE. | CeJros arr, 209 , s
Ja the Blotter of cork rad: and embossed cap- | 3:cs —3 w. , ‘ i
The AdministratorGensrel’s Urdiaacoe —— renee a
an, da he Matter a the Estate of tbe we SEEYOU cE THE CENUIHE Notico. UP.
nes a, late of Meyaro, fa 29
Y pe .
Inland of Tulaided, Doce s40, Lotestata, REVOLVER” S STOUT, AMET onset Mi laree BUNDAY-No Bteamer. FRIDAY—86, *Nagp
2 0 \.
A Nye iitve: = bar reaniced st send ded Deoch ‘aad Lar-by Me, Slalogot MONDAY, 4
intotbe uodersizee! fall parficulare of will be suitably rewarded, upon deliv | 88, “Naparlas.” 88, “Paria.” | Ycocos dea
the same veil ad xi-ty attideris on or bstore + [sty of same to the oftce of this peper, | 7 dep. 6.00 Cedros
ridey, the 17ebday of November ‘ S ? fe > ”
sfuar whleb dete noc'alms will by‘ enters ON Agonts. ere asin . mem, dep. 2.0 p.m. Granville Bay “fl
Creditors who bo'd soy secarit: ortatBp att. Fred. Uno. Scatt & Son }» TT nn 309, Irois . re
Mhutevever ust auacs te Tae! CL ne trae? TH gn B45 Cap-de-Ville ”
accu
Saris Matyas | |= SEEDS. | commssigy aupauirrixa ae ott tS [Burke
Psy mente will be made on Mosdiy, the G ° Brig ton 900 * 3 * FIR ton-LaBres y wt
20-day of November, 1911, tetmeet the — overnment Auctioneers: | ates J om woo pm, |>an Kernando arr.
jour wr . ".
Dies sie oun ref Gubar Tat, @) ne Hundred Seeds | sue pai }stapumuep 1808, (Coppectiog with "(Oot nama (Qoanectlag with
EL; ft
di |
Adaloietrator-Geueral, Eacho fh Me flowing trees bas Bs HBIDSEIGE DHAMPAGEE TUESDAY-6.8, # Naparima.® ~ 8 ATURDAY. 7
. To are Wanted} By Ioyal Warrat to HM. B Kin Cedr . 4
. 8 os dep, 12.35 »
. George V, : Pe 12.35 p.m. |) 88, © Paris.” 58 “
Agricultural and Indus- | ONTREVENG Fousd «+ Wore) 100 Granville Bay ws 110 5 | tee roma
trial Bxoibition val, Morugs, Be las Fisg A auranratomeany, Wa) Co devitle 2” 20m [Gusmile Vea, a
* wi
‘ BALATA MACAQUE—Orows at Pavareeaceat gee of all descrip- | Guapo ” 210” [ire a mH,
HE Central Agricultural and Iodus Caparo, co, nd county a coreee we? we Brig ton -LaBrea,, ” Upde Ville» » 809 a 9
trtal Kabibition of Triuideqd and Comme San £ d 1s «2.40 n peep 848 9 ]
Tobago will be beld at the Princes | FENNY-PIEOE— Marine Tesurance 860, Ltd, (Conveciog vith th Testes" Hite I ate
¢ Train,

Balidiog, 3b Januery to 3rd jw
when prizes will be wires foe eT Known t ereryone.
of tare Btock _Abicaltar Hotical- | LAURIER MATAQ—Comes from
Sa8’clauee et ratte %o de, In| Guapo, Tabsquite £0,
too rats (63 tend | all Isfoemati Vitase 00 fi
es Queers | eaeeereeiing ett tg MOR td

Ban "Fo'do, arr. 1044 » |

Estapuisuta = wet we >
ee. (Doth Steamers connecting
f

Office :—12, St Vi
eb icone Street,

NOTICE.

WEDNESDAY=No, Steamer,
THULSDAY~8.8. * Parla’

dep, 6,00 am,



Auton Soci" Be Vien Miss LOUISE BILLOUIN, Pegnville Bay 4, 8.4 ’
soo EDOAR, THIET, ects Treewe oud, Patel Spal, [2 Sinus Tgereoy of Teseutonn cn 225 5 |
retary and Treasurer, vi \ ti | Cap-de-Vi :
rT EI “fete sntn: (ieattene, Al Gime Ville» 8.00
ederalga . ‘
July a6th, LOU, R utr coomeeny “ay ot . soxatian ryan, | Brighton. Labirea,, 9.23
ae %0 i
Home Indu t Bots hat" once, Columba ip, Wolote Oe 14 uit et RCooveratcer, | Fan Fernando arr, 10.44 "
m Stries bathiog place, unlshed. Capital Bodstcads Mennestiog with the Train.) .
ANuOOrA TION. Investment wanted for $110 ARWING. MACH! B—Stoam
2 lor on \ float NE
MEMBeh will under. | 2208, Seeurtiy. Apply 19 Ot A PIgTUltES, SIRROMS and FORGE N.B—Stoamor's Timo are *pprozimate only, acd will ba#

ATTALK, Sowereet }
Oct.

Arras TURE of all description on cosy

Payment at
rae Mittio ann
naney brbae stg, Streets â„¢
NEY DICK-A’ Maa you Kadw

to asnearly as circumsta

Umes of the tteamtr, aos wil
much earlier as will ‘unable (bom
steamer at the advertised time,

Ai take Manicure Treatment
at the reonw .of the Assooia-
tlon.

Hours: 9 toll, and lL to3

permit. They are the ¢
gers must urnivo at the dine
to take the shoruboat to rea

1&1 to.



Wifo Notico.





ye Gv0ry "wendy, Hi pulile Ie herby _eutiooed <= J. W.

Ry 1 ew Howe “ ae

x . it eet {reatuent, or ats Hisn Ho icine + cits haviog UP rincos Town ¢ OMLIN SON;

.p ( Te poinumant can be made Marae “MCFARLANE DERWIA, wert or ae at, and \ Aang General Manage
y Telopbone) etstts asdotin at Ponr-orsSrayy, ‘

MUUURLS HORE LTD Ostebpr, Vly



a8 VOL. XXX
s, Lid,
RE bier

jal Shipment










peo pant al

JUST RECEIVED.

sl AUIS) A SPLENDID:

wT =ABRIVED

d sr cetiun from the
"oleae factories of Europo

We to draw
‘waestion to the following
Linea im .

Risawaited,
(MOTUAL & CO-OPERATIVE.)
am, Ommoom
TRLEPHCNE Ro. #2,

JL isewsrnt ° Fett dated bd may
pow epply at the werk ignn on, 18
Hie Bier ce th IgNNIAL
SCIP CERTI ‘vies ced aim alet for their
UAGH DI a ey oar06," sanctioned
pit the eat fonus ot Berp nned of meu-

Borlp issued on former
trosatl sae etae at the
Ofice for ihe UASIE DIVIDENDS correc
pondicg to same

A. F. MATHISON,
Soorstery & Treasurer,



Assortment

‘ —OF—

GHNT'S HIGH CLASS

Port-of Bpaln*
October 1910,

Extra Gaality Bliced and

Eee IN y dyn YRUP=Large

AL of Finest Brands ftom 18 |

Sie Solad i in Bottles,

pipet Deliclous~62c. der Bot.

A ABGORTHEST OF CON
Ot) FRUIT SYBUES,

yy” made~40 cents per Bottle.

RB QUALITY pLURKEY FIGS

rr rof*srt STUFFED WITH
cae RES — Very Fine—0 cents









Loap Association,

OFFICE: NO. \s, GH " CHAOON STRERT.
wolephone: Ta. 6.

Stra aW Hats moeentT FB BALE, |

THUITS In at variety fro
Bok, gre riety from





















5 No. 29,
eos and Jellies. aT Duncan Street.
“hogar sone

lelegead TRINIDAD BUILDING AND LOAN

Ma's GRAPE JJICE,

* ot this most delighttal
vera ust received
oon per Bot, ,

ASSOC! IATION,

GLENDINNING'S, |---"—
Geo. FE mia

. s&WELLEK
24 Fredorick St

FINE « PALMS
FOR SALE,

Aleos Large variety of otner
oo een .

DENTISTRY
Ds, H. W. LYNCH

OLD Medellet and Deons'rator s



FOR SALE

Ex “Indus” to Arrive.

BALES SUGAR AND COCONUT BAGS.
BALES COCOA BAGS.

Guaranteed 4 Lbs.

Ano tmrect 01 INSPECT OUR Latcs
STOCK oF

Groceries, Provislons,
Aegan, vovfectlosery, &o.

of our Firm is 2 ised
BP the Weat (odies as an abeolore
for the purity and freahnets

dad's Loading Grocers,
WTEPHENS, LTD.,

. a me Btores,

oone.... ..No. 177,

} ABDELNOR

s Deane BIN













| . Goa . tal College,
* tah ney inot,| Wassels Br as, & von Gontard, | fess sists bese
70, SOUTEL QUAY.
cB Phone &74.

pease es Fopalar prices—-Phou 6 83- Nov

DENTISTRY.
DR. C. F CLARKE

Ser Band
a ea rouse ENAMEL

/ hipcnent of Baler wot joods

me Avisit will convince bos Just
a trade with us. Oue
bale lower we can eel! cheaper













—— : aang ee Sat wate
ining & Co THREE SIX PERRY CARES OF POPULAR TOUT SOMS Vein dct | SOUR SOILS.
F ® We are rowdy with another big lot of these economical parcels oH NS HICK GROCERY _ ———r D0 ;
tinue to Open | |" oe mmnnnrace. Maren Trinidad Manurial Lime.
- oe Was 0u06 gee 1 LANDED
SHIPMENTS. IMAL. NIINANI ATC ws 9 | T Cocoa Planters. ugar Planters and Cane Fartaers put new
—_— TRI NIDAL CHOCO LATE FAC ro RY Pickled | x po neues life into your Lands by using onr

Msnafsctared by A, SOU'BLETTE at No. 15 Perk bt,, Port-of-Spala,

30 is bleh 1 SWIFTS PREMIUM HAMS
° tal and scleatific process which insurse
nthe Be A pera nti Creed eos forth the arene seu of the Coroe beare | yuiiiess & DADEM
on bata! od mate from
som oe sot uly dalla, bt sa vttaba ne it te earivalled, Pas up is g, 1b, 1 asd in CHOICE Sal T BEEF
we ow OOO T Tablet packages, 4 4
mh i Ba) To Be "had freee the following Orccerien NTEPHENS, Leo CALEDONTAN
ts Sig] GROCERY GOODINGS, J. F. REIS (New Yok Establibmest}, MARQUEZ] 4.17 gausagEs
Zo ie BEANDABD, acd trom She it ow and.couny ‘A. BOUBLEITE. Pee tN ELAR HS
ee Oe] GRAPH NUTS &eIRHADED | |
Se cane! SHERRY Bott, . se ~ Gold Medal FIQUR-3 sod 7ib Bage
t Ete le, oe YOu ARE LOSING _ Bima Blitese
GOUDA CHEESE



wery day you Wut off Using

SCHUMACHER STOCK FEED!

ROAM CHEESE fo tine
Fresh

OT
: tclephono 54. SLICED BACON (Ia Hotties
a ee OO

Aur ... 30c,
ea Dentistry, IT BAVBS YOU FROM, $5 p70 seated furveoe Furw of MILK OTHER] porrED MEATS (Asta) a fe .
DR A. MA A R ay ue, snare AN ALYeID Canned leaches, AP Ope Pea
QUEZ (rote Potia. ye
@imun: we ae Weed ot. 19m,

Bice
drates (Bugar and Starch)
ks + BRE Ene iu Gold Croom | vase trom ee isd we aga eta—Coru, Barley, Wheat, Vion, Cotton Seed
work, woe meoder Meal, Ke.
Tete gn aod a Ufeouce

Port
bth t ber dau
Ge U sept tui lle”

dusty DEOMI OBES de WERCOW.

ier

TRINIDAD. SUNDAY OCTOBER 22 191!



|
| THIMIMED FIDE IESUBARGE to,

Storeet





WHY Is IT Rosary

— THAT —

SKEOCH & Co. mr

STAND IN 80 WELL WITH BUYERS?

CAUSE -

THEY GIVE THE CHEAPEST AND BEST VALUE

FOR THE MONEY,

“NOW >

FOLKS

Trinidad Building - and We cant bring our STOCK to you so must ask yeu to call

and see for yourselves,

(ome To-day, Don’t Hesitate

GET BUSY.

mombor—The
whore buying ‘is made Fasy,



SK HMOCE & CO.

GOOD DRY GOODS. |

Bargain Store for Everybody

“3

eae Frederick Street,
FOR SALE

- BY—



SCOTT, BOYD & GO.

wa HReocent Awrivals.



300 Bags No. 1 GARDEN SIAM RIQE—B.O.L.
50 Drums Prime t arge LUNENBURG CODFI>H,

25 Tierces » Mecium

250 Baskets PLAGNIOL OIL.,

-—-AND=

“Lehigh” Portland Cement,

500- Barrels

cid

eee ——

6, BROADWAY.



Telephone 132.





REQUIRED)

TRINIDAD MANURIAL LIME.



Ouality—Bost. Prico—Low
« MANUPACTURED BY

The Trindad Shippingand Trading Co.. Lmtd

CAMPBELI’S

Cough Specific :

ANY COUGH.

WILL CURE

PIOPEDOORIPDOD EGE:

NO. 6 HENRY STREEI,

M. W. GOODING. STOP AY BOTAN D's

| WOw & BOLTS.



DATLY ONE PENNY

— THE —

he Mosary ia” ®
rare bonk, a source
of genuine delight.



DAVIDSON & TODD

THE ARCADE
Victoria Institute

ed Tae following subjects aro taught atthe
ttute
cua Couposition, Shorthand, |. Freach,

Typewritirg, koe

Drawi Leg . Art ook beeping,

Hoard tof Industral Training, Tec!
aes Farriel te tte Crafta,
nat foe Engineering rafts, Typography,
Book binding, Dhipyetah ta, acd Arith:

metic. Classes Dai

Chovul de ctum—Teeaday oat 815 pe
Urchea rl Section inusedaya at 1pm
ax Seclion— Daily,
Heading & Recreation Rooms—Open

Wail
“Adinnittance to the ecctions Is Lree to

Meuihess and Ase lates,

Sabecription Members $3 anuually.
Asmuclates 2pt per quarter.

‘The Institute is open frum 8 to 10 ann
and from 3 to 10 p.m.

NOUMAN INNISS,
Asst. dvcretary.

GOVERNMENT NOTES
fai.

DEPARTMENT OF OF AGRICULTURE,

PAE folte following plante well established
nots are offered for sale
et St, Clalr pod verinieut Statlon at 2
cents each i—
uo Liberian Colter
1,000 Maragogipe Oo
2,400 blurra Leone Site, (Coffea

senor)
W. G, FREEMAN,
Director of Agriculture,
woinoete © 19k

“Gazette Extraordinary,

Govennnunt Hous

13h Uctober, 1911,
HE following Proclamation ‘extend.
Ts fog the drarisions of tbe Dogs

(Muzzl a. nance No, V6 of IVl!,
the whole [sland of Triuidad as from
the 16th Instant, is published for gene

eral {ofortation,
By Com

(No 3)

TRINIDAD 4p a Touaue,
a. U8 of B
By tle ‘Hatelleney Bin Geanon
RutTuven Le Hote, Hea mine
Commander of
Olatiaguisbed brace of at
_Michavl aud St. Goorge, Gov
ernor and Comwander in-
Chief [u and over the Coloay
af Trinidad aod Tobago, and
ite Dependencies, Vice-Admle



mand
kG * BUSHE)

{Ls thervof, &c., Ac, do.
Cronae he Ls uate,
OVEPELOT,
A PROCLAMATION,

y JHEREAS by Sac Sectior. Jof the
(Muzating) Ordinance, 1011,
20.-~1911) it is provided that euch Ordine
ance sha!) not be in (orce except durin:
such perfode and within such parte o:
tbe Uolony asthe Governor fa Kxocu-
tive Gounell may fre from time to thue by
proclamation direct
' And whereas b Proclamation No, BE
of [91], the vald «6 (Muzzing) Ordin-
Vance 1011 yas declared * to bein forceia
that part of the Colony comp!
withle, the fadius © of ten miles of the
Constabular oad Quarters in Vort-
of-Spalo, uo! i i ie extended through-
ous the Island of Trinidad, during a
period of nine months from the date of
the Proctamation teferred to.

And whereas it has beoowe nevsusary
wee the provisions of the Ordinance
| should beextended to the whole Island
ort Trlaidad i

Now, therefore, I, George Ruthven
Ie lluate, Governor, as tioresald, in
woutlve Couneil do hereby order,
proclaim and direct tae the sala @ Doge
{Muzz'ing) Ordiasnce 1013 shall
force throughout the Island of rink
dad as frum the Iéb day of Octobe
Avil ands uotilthe éih dey Mf dae ta
Given under me
{ the Basal e Colony, af
ee eet House, iu the
Town of Portof-Spain, Io
the Leland of Trial this
B neweee gro Ovtober, 2 ort,
zoellengy’s Oommand,
? USHE,
‘ Activg coloutal Becyatery,







na

4

i

1
BM

f

F



auf







. NO 8631 VOL XXX _
’ FOR SALH.



FOR RENT. |

i RENT.--No. 8 Belmont Cirealer

$ Road, wear the Catholic Church,

t Sey, cool dwelt house—contaln-
D Vs

ron, electriolight lostalled, bath room

and all comforts can be had with some

furniture, Come now and have a look

for I am going tothe country. Apply
within or aire. flets opposite ~Oct. 21 Fink

[eek REN]—Cottage No, 2 Winton
Lane, Belmont one minute walk
from Train com prielng drawing yoou,
biog room, three bed rooms, farge
i pd with usual ont offices, alan flower
Feden, Kental $13, Apnly Mi, H
QpEina peat door—October 10—Im-

SOR KENT —Residence No, 30(North
Ii Eaat) corner Vark and Pembroke
@treets. Atpresent occupied by Der.
felang. Possession Ist) Novewber.
Telephone No, 395,~Oct, 20, 1911.
rok RENT. -A_ cool, comfortable

house situated at the *t Nook
Avenue.” St. Annes. Livery, conre-
family. Lo

|

nience for a I session
Jet November. Rent moderate, lor
particutirs apply to F, J, Mendes, 4
roadway —Oct. 22 w.
POR RENT —A Couage with every
courenleocs for aomall family, Sow
evace nstelled — No, 1A orem area
A ty 45 Queen S reet, Porto Dd.
AISI Taam, pete â„¢ m
Po RENT — Pornithed of uotur-
uisbed. Smell Cottage (two rooms
and bathroow), suitable fora ledy or

gentleman, Angly to Mra. UWkn,
3, Sweet Briar Koad, St, Clair.—Ux'.
13th,-Im,

TOR KENTA sow hate Cotug,
2 winutes watk from St. Aogauis
Gopelooal traina ia ahuodaure to tw: —
‘with all conveniences {ocluding outoth es
and ptabler, $12 aonbty, Kese feo
(aed & Beperer, Soa h Q tay 68, Os, 13
—Im.
per RENT—Albers ~ Unaye—New
axl comfortable cottage, No. SL ing
Circular Kow!, oa table for a sw sil fry
of pewly married couple, Every conve i-
ence, bub, kitchen, pantry, eto Water
and e’ectiic service, Wor nther particolars
aiply to tbo Eng ish Bukery, 59 Pork
Btreet,—Ock tr th im,
per RENT —Toat cool, wlty upstelen
House, situated atthe North-wes!
corver of Edward & Sickelile Streeta,
at preset oeupied by Mw Kecles,
Jt in adinirably suet for a daree
faunly or fora Boarding Mouse, and iv
fitted with modern sewersge and ail
conveniences, Pu-session Jat Noveie
ber. Rent modesate, Ebr particule
App’y to Smita, Rosgzateas & cvo.,
6, Chacon Stieet.—Ou, 8'p.—lo.
OR BEN T-UNFURN [SUB U—tloue
Ji N t% Stanwore Avenua Dae -
awn ou Lt Nwembar Fo tcuse
spny C, IANes & ' o —Oc . Tub 2910,
‘okt BR ONGISTORE “at 3 Princes
town —ia good business sucality,
now vccupled by Meste Wile Lid.
Possesston lat, Jan 112) Apply to
MMxs. KF. McLean, Vrinces Town. orto
Meesrs, Albert Lucien & Oo, No 1
Charlotte Street, Port-of Spain —-Oc
dth—lu. ee
OR RENT Cottage vat St An's,
“Lhe Woodlands,” Situate about
ive minutes walk fron the car termi
pus contaloiog drawing and dinin
roonw, ele , downstairs, and four bed-
room npetelie, with usual out-ofiices,
stabs and carriage house,/recently
painted. For particulars, apply to
Ve A. PETERKIN, c/o Gordon Grant &





Co,, Lid, -Sept, 23rd~Iun.
frok RENT. Waysite Howe," with-

10 a Plore's throw of Selot Auguative
Railw.y 8 ation, Joeal trlaveiu suing all
the time, Imuediate pomsio. Ga
Veapecut water supply aud Sewerage,
Apply to GU. Bruce Austlo, 63 Mer ne
Races Wt frevees, Jadue hwan aid
Dr, Arthur Roi’, Sep 23 10 Ilo

ez





cee a
yiok bALE~Noa 2 EAwaid Strces
vouleiniog dsawlvg aad diniyg vows
2b davon and 2 uieosing 10 we, penlry,
klhetevend wetcr upatel a, aleu Cottege
No, 48 Woodiaid dts, coutanlog diss
ing asd dining ro we, 4 bedrooms tile
allery. Jrervat pouer, st bie, Keochic
fight and cewersge loebikd, rir paitien-
lore apply at No, 2U Ldwant btieet or to
d, A. i den No 10 deory Sudes Ooio-
lar Bh-tw _
dees BALE Property No, 634 Park
Sereet alvo Mropeity No. 101, St
Vineiat btreet. Koquire It, Wood-

ford street, -Uct, dm
{GO mabe — ia Duke = Styeet,
} Comer of Duke aud Peubroke
fireete apply Wo J. UD. SELLIEN & Uo,
oeUsit, Sth, - dun. _
Ga PALE. 220 Aces of Forest Lacd
Othe Caparo Fulley. ose sulle from
Jiatlwoy Biatios, 10 lols of 10 sures and
spwis s Apply at St Daal's Pharmacy,
, & 3}, Gur e Qaeen & Neleoa Screoe,

Putte F-Bee -_v & lle,

‘On bALe. 6 Aciesct Lud on et
4 vn the Mam nen) Vaiey Road, 1
wiles frou ie Uraseo y Pedra Ka tives
Absut $0 sores ip outthvatin ty Go
traetsse, AS of yorcbare mooey crn
genielo th secutly cD eald Jende or birt
curly fer whole smovnt acces ted



fae entio A pieenet
oa pe cody eV. be LAUIIE,

Diawe,—Sey t. 2—1ar, .
‘Ole HaLB—HOUaE-AND- LAND
. Aas's ae vitae of Holo

dvlth Carade Rud, For
eT w Taumaa | Putter,
wgutrar U.weret'e Other, Sor wt-Spaiv,

Bept. 2st, _
MALL voeant LUT OF LAND coruer

sate Od Horde reel, a BF
dren Very cou nad qales apot,

1 OF LAND Bo D
VA eee Large bod serail pried,

TAUB —No. 42 Deodouald
MALL GUT tr otadivg baad

AP RM. T. PHIED UH.



dining roomy servant J¢ acres,



CACAO PLANTATION

At Lalahba, (Arima Ward )
About 8,500 trees, Nelghbours

willing to well, Oocoa House, &c,

CACAO PLANTATION

19 ACRES,
5,000 TREES, at New Providence,
Guanapo, Arima Ward. Well watere

end shaded,
SCHJOLSETH & HOLLER.
For Sale,

HE sloop “Espina™ of 15 tons
For further particulars apply to
Aura Feruztra at Hotel Bspanot or
Br. M, HAMEL OuiTH. Solicitor, Queen
Street=1 wk,—-Octr, 21 —1w.

FOR SALE.
At a Bargain

HE “BT, AUGUSTIN COCOA
ESTATE” situate ia the Ward of
Tarure couvsiniag 32 Acres aod 6,516
Coa w Trees, The [state fe Well watered.
act of purchess money msy remaia oo
Tit Mortgage at ¥ per cca
APPLY TO
A, A. WATERMAN,
15, Frederick Street,
Onk.13 —t m

FOR SALE.

Tue following valuablo propor-
tiosin the Lown of f'urt-of-
Spain

No. 48 Nolon Stroot,

No, 37 Chariotte treot

No. 39 Gordou “troct

So. 10 St. Faul Street,

No 67 ‘sunean treo,

Yo, 225 Kelmont (ircular .{03 4,
For patticular. apply to

MICE BL HAVES -SNTIT

lu Queen Street,
Oct. 19.1 ry. Port-of Spain.

10K SALs—FUsNISU2D.
" LASCELLES,”

Large Suburban Residenc?

PETIT VALLEY, DILGO MARTIN.
eld miruces waik bom tram,

The house is eituated on ten acres
of land more or les planted with
fruit and cocoa,

Apply on the preutee.

October 7th.--im

a ANS ey ee OE eo Se

For Saleor Ront

j, UR SALE OR RENT. —Preaues
&& Marina square and ¥. Hear,
Buses ( Pradav Oorver", Suitable
foe General Dry Goods Store. Vos:
semjon lst Novarober, Apply tu Py L.

Paava, -Uct, sth, 101,

JRO SALE ore RENT: Nox. on, 1 WS
Havelock Street, St, Clair. Large,
cool and comfcatable residence with
alleries commanding good view of

usen’s Park Wricket Oval. Electric
light installed. HKxtanslve tlower gar-
dep. ‘Three servants’ roome aod usual
out offices with slabuling accominodu-
tlon for three ‘horses and 2° carti-
ages. beveral trame pass the door. —
Apply tw §3b Woodford St.—Oct. 8th.
=i.

por SALE O12” HENIT— (Wood
buniness stand), Curusr of bt Viu-
cent and Oxford Stresty, suitable for
grocery orvany ather business, formerly
cows ae the Ideal Cirocery, Acply
tod, V, Montacit ann, Tov O1iterion,
8, Frederick Sirvet, selephoue 472—
bept. 1Ub.~-Lin.
omeeeree

See
For Rent or Lease.
CINE Cottage with diulog, sitting,

two bedrooma, diesslug room and
gallery, vut-oftlow, kitchen, servante®
room, stables and cartaye hues,
econo hight installed, newly painted
end putia order, large grounde with
frule teeos, Ac. vol and bealtby re-
tidence, No % bt Krancols Valley
Koad, Belmont, 6 an.nuwe’ from the
tramcar Rentmodurate Immediate
posmmelun, Apply No, 8, fark Street,
P-0.8.—Hept, B4tdi— In.

—o
__. WANTED.
W AnzED linmediately Clerk with

thorough knowledge of Custom
hones woek ; ong able to da Shorthand
& pewriting preferred Apply in
welt ne stating etparience to “*X’
care of this office —Ucr t2—tw

ANTED Tlouso or Bay at Uasparce
weuted to purchase. Apply with
full perticulare ta *St" Port of-spain
Grastte. eee _
y ANTED—Wcillere aod Hreakere to
work at the Governuseat Lustera
Quarries, Deventiie, Doe fall paril-
culars apo! othe Foreaaa, Kastern
Quarries Det. aw,
MSs VX SIBNEZKS, Inte Manager af
the Deaserara low House and of the
Mount Palace tal tu ot pro
went in this , ead desires it so
known that borv ious are at (bed
of any ona who may regyire bin w
fee wililag ta aocept the pont as bead
tender uf am) firstilan Ifo! Ee
qgulry cau be sade at the office of this
~Uee 10th

Tt ANTED, —Fu yructal Merobsates
\\ Othed is San Fervends, Sisue
grapner aud 1 y pict Only Chuse with
werwus business expo lence bees

ly, Dwg enclosin
ope, of Pe ctuwomals is *“X.° efy

* QeseGia’ Offer, Ooty, 17th dw.










22

Pi

TRINIDAD SUNDAY OCTOBER _
EEOC HTTEL | AUG TION SALES
WARD PRICE & C0

TO PAY ONE'S DILL
The lateresting news comea from
ductionesra, Valuers, Estate Agent
and Aronentants











































| IMU AR Bx s.s. Goren

Essequibo.







bof Kepe-BUTTER—68 lls. Net
e.

Paria that » hotel will be built there
tu which all the domestic services wi
a

Promoise’ cf tre echene Qeop their| SALE ON FRIDAY, OCTR. 27th.| Valuable sugat Estate oon Kegs Do. 89 Ibn,

prom __- . ‘ :
J at Auction 10/2 Bels, 0 O lbs. ,,

oftheis ti enchen hey eta aie Pounger's Stout, — so! Cases Do. 4/25 th. Tins.
Minece will be ho waiters: ne BAC] ey pape Gu, hirerecetved | WALTER BAGOT & CO. 30 Cases Do, 20/5 1b. Tins,

boys, no coat-boys, no chambermalds, q
and consequently no tips. If a guest
artives home at 3 am, all he will
have todo ista touch a button, which
will turn an electric sua, and then be

can say to his wife:
really getting

V tee rgetivneto well ts Auction, at
thele Ral- Rooms, 13 deers YOUNGRR'S
STOUT, “tonk Braas+, Peta, And 2
‘nee VOUSGER'S SIOWP, Moos
bea 4, Qa-t .

No Iieserve. Sale at one o'clock.

Have recelyed instructions from,
ARTHUR SUWMERSON, Esq.
Attorney of the Proprietors of

“PLAN, TAYMOUTH, MANOR”

Bwestrada's Celebrated Hy

Also 300 Bags Heavy White CANADIAN 6
And 35 Bris, FAT BACK PORK—60 pes.
16 PIGS FEET.



“My dear, you're

lazy. “Look at me. I'm up ao "
drenecd Saturday Next TO sKLL AT ox wamm

If he fedls that he needs 4 cocktail, : woxrrow mats me q
he can touch another button. One ° - FPUERLIKO A
touch brings a martini, two whieky OCTOBER 2sra, -ov—

three aimanhattan, four vermouth, five
an ambulance. In answer, a dumle

W. STEDMAN ARCH









Safe of Furnitire and Effects
the fi th - ‘ F
teriniog the deaited bracen or when rei Mosday, 18 h Decembsr 1914 64, South Quay. %
to Lilg : ARD PRICE & CO., have received ‘ 5
need be, to lower the guest to the ain- \ { fpsepteey) July h19il -
bulances ustructions to sell by auction, at AT ONE OCLOCK P.M ae a
The hotel promoters lay much stress their Sale Rooms, the following House: > oM. — ———_: =
ov the fact. that all the waiters are| bold Furnishings and qitectes n 1 B. G. Mutual 1 J
duwb, In place of théordivary Swive| Draning reomtulte, Lous XY style) At thelr Office, B. @ Mutu LABOURERS 'WAN }
who only stand and wait, inst v r . ‘
punning and servin % there will be auj, oo Ndebowrd Building. ¥ a
to ry _— 4 .
anteedd not lo ef il’ soup down your " Table, large, with marble Tie well-known Sugar Estate * Tay- a
tacks cated astureen iS, Fag, opbinad andather ables | aa threaten coun epaene stant | APPLY £0 , ‘a
’ es ” 1 | .
coated with Howers raleed by inten-| 2 with marble tops, area of about 2,13U acres (more or je38) Gittons Carri ago, Fac
sive electrical culture in both winter 2 Planow of which about 120 wcres ate uader . i
and summer, for there will be no Sofa Cace cultivation aod the balance in | TRAGARETE ROAL, < Fhone 26

2 beste of Drawers

beveral good double and other bed
steads,

6 Wardrobes and Presses

3 Washatands

fre Chees

Various lamps, picturos. electro plate,
arvawental tables, chamber
seta, glassware, cevckery, ena-
welled were, andmahy other
lems. .

SALE AT 1 O'CLOFK,

por SALF, 31 8 ancr not feodup han &
Cros Roa!, with aw 400 eon trees

seasons in this hotel; push a button
and you're warmer than when you
we another fellow walking with the
“only dear one on earth’; push
another button and you're colder thaa
when the other felluw frigidly asks,
“What the devil ara you doing
heve ¥*

One of the features of the hotel will
lwan electric orchestra, in which all
Linda of stainged instruments will ap-
parently play of their accord,

The fuventor, a L'reachinan named
, Giorgia Knap, who has spent years

expertiventing with the varigua de-

Rice aad Pasture Lanas,

Machinory.

The Machinery lecomplete and of the
best make comprising, Crushing Maat,
Yeipla Btfeat, and Pump, Vecuum
Vaus, Boilers and Disuilery com-

lete, alew s--A complete Wlectiio Light
Piamt supply ng Factory with Light.

Buildings.

A large well-built JMauager'’s House



=

H A. CT:
Mreachxz2udo'’s
CIGARS & CIGARE



(ea

a












vives, asserts that they are now all edd peqecay Ete tives cf at 1) Sablrug, Overeeers’ Quarteis,
‘ diecetp rons 6 partly boitt hoose ist Cuca . | Have secured GULD MEDALS of the highest awards wherever
SUMP UDI One A inte Becca | Ecler: Tar we milf rt at a. very | pgrergbes jfstbuurors’ — Cottages sie | etter. Peennly CIG AI and CIGAMMITES awarded a

aries Fu fc hep rea -remA nly
w WARDPRI E& (o.« Oc 18 b1lm
por SALE Olt RENT,—Ovtraze -
Cascade, nare to Lx Colonel Col-
lena’ feeatdence, Two annutes’ walk
fou Su Ann's tram terimluus —
Posaresion from let Nivember, Kor
1a porteeulare apply lu Wakp PRICE

by the Jamaica International Exhibitivo, [89t,
Macoado’s Cigars acd Cigarectes are for emokers of culturs
Ja qua in quality sud aroma, oS
The Workmanship aod bleading of MACUADO'S CIGARS &
aanot,be exoslled or eqaatiod, fi

cploery, dc.

Wator Supply.

There is a0 ample Supply of Water on
thie Estate aud the Drainage 18
petfeci.

DIVE BroOor,

Hotels Elcctriquex” for the pur pose of

building electric hotela in every bl

HY throughout the world—Aew Yo
orld,



Children that ate pale, stchly and pee
vind, with dark rings under the eyes
fikte app-titc, and who appear to get no

B. & J» B MAOHAE





nowrisbment fromthe food they eat are On dept 2b, 1m.
surely sutering from worms. Give thems W ANTED —¥ on as possuble — Twenty seven MULES {0 splendid L\ THOPICAL, Bas

WHITES CHLAM VURMIFUGE and
note the vorderful Improvement. They
soon take on flesh and ale rosy, ative and
thoerful, Price 2 per bottle. ‘* These pro
dutta may be obtained wholesale and rotail
t fious Messrs. Smith Drothers & Co, The
» Honwnza Drug Stores and all the leading
Vharinacies throughout the laland,

Furuished House, couvenieatly
situated, not lews than 4 bediooms.
“epicilars to WARD PRICE & Co,
Oct bth,

“FOR SALE AT A LOW PRICE.

PRER CARING DISTRICT — ob
l sciew wilh 560) bearing npna
treea and 6,400 baittrees, Cocva house
with dwelling uuader 3; rweat bourse





UNGA

‘you koow.
Â¥

Le

IF YOU ARE

If you contemplate being eng&y-n!, or if
who is ongage!, you should nut forgot,

3. W206. 63 VEO 23-1 MW

Don t order from « catalogue which s'iows a picture ofa i

conditwu.
wPFPoMrs,.

’

ThreethiA PUNTS aud Fifty eight
CANE PUNIS,

For furaber particulars and per-
nisalon to luspect, please apply to
aK, SUMMERSON, at tbe New
Gvilvoial Company, Ltd.









’ Extato well wavered, Tow prica to PER UY O WIGHT, tize of «4 tlast lyut and unty get litel
half i Of « fovomutive Hash ityut and uuly § mere little
Allen $ grease "Apo TD WaRD PCR Licd, Auztioneer. Money retuaded if quality is wot 44 gusranteod.
Oct, 15 —1m.

BuUY.3

SEE WHAT YOU

~ —e

B.G, Mu'ual Building,
BOth Sey é:mber, 1011.

The Prejudice
*PLAT folks once bel! agunet redyed
r woods fs deout sods S Welleodo
pple pstrou ss CLAMENS as froaly os
they do the Tailor—way gus? Cloaning
and dyeing have stop ap ab-eaat of

other ecieacrs eo mache that it is pow
alble to prodace @ surprisiog effect ia



Lung Balsam

“Sale.

uction Sal

FTXHE undersigned will sll by Public
| Yuction on Monday the wird day of
October 1911 commencing at 1 o'clock
sharp, the follawlag houses levied upon
for srreare of Jand rent dueto Dr. J, G,
33 belgert & Sous on the Woodbrook
atate, vis :—

Estate, CARLOS STREET.

7 Charlotte Benacea





newer fails to cure SIMBLUS or

TEBAVY COLDS ant alt
BRONCHIAL TROUISLES,

Large, Mediam, Bmall
or Trial Size Bottles,

Endoreed by all who heve tried {t.





Wharto ;
—_ | te ee EDO STREET. fabrics without ma hexpaose, Tae only i
FOR SALE. # toy Herbert thiag you mit ds le to conminicace }

16 Susaunah Charles
20 Adina Lovell

SS Ellzabeth Durban
td Adelaide Simmons

dereeh with CLAMENS a6 the Dye Works,
Corner Wake sud Gores Stree, Tae
phe 15, or to nis Ageots at San Fere

a FV)

((000A TSTALE AT CUMUTO. EEE
ey CCMrem Cae Cis

Cocoa Matate of 174) aci€s, situate near

Catmata Hallway Station (4 uillen), rao x LUIS SUREGT., maul sod Ovur % a _
xravel driving re ne ve] Nos, 4 SET. N.B = pene: : ,
are 21,000 heseing Locos Urves (A ‘udidsd earn W Leasessur Maradze an \oty cool ta wares elisdens \\ Wi ry | eae one
tga ei to aoe an a | Pe esata STE. Areas pata sa ode Ly aati

ne hands of alateen contractor, Bute o' p g
thease contra: ts are full brart 4 bef 21 Rous Husse)) “sions pretesces ara in bo Way cunaccles LAMP Be
tateu overat once, ‘Therearsjortiouscl | Naw ACHERTO »TREAT, wih the Taidal Dye Works The RAYO ghitce




4 Vincent Clyne Pcacone (0 os Uraimiag ~4 Hyaatatity,
WW Leopold Thong
WW Martha Hing
Now GALLUS STRERT.
Si Mary Dongiaa

Sauda still in wouls da which there are
timber Cress) for further cultivation Shere
ate wtjoining suna!l propertien which are
forsale, There are Covos Houses, Quar
ters, Anlinal and Cast, on the Estate, The

q Y THERE ake LAMPS THAT
’ THERE 18 NO BETLER LANP &

Nickel-Mated over solid Brass, aod lé
pobatyoucdilaeallue write










district is healthy aud easily accesible. | 64 Samuel Maynard ; strary
base N ANNA . 6
shel eka nper oak Fel | SAAN oe Smith Robertson & Co) virgo Wost India ¢
are, ap .
1. GHARSAUDL, Buledtor Portot Spaln, " NORMAN LORD. OFFER FOR SALE OFFICE; No 3 BT. VINCENT

irr,








O. PENLY'N BENN Lionuwed Baitirt & . ener fanaa arn ere os
sewt tt Caito OF Peluces tows, Ee BI & Antloncer ex S. vw. “ Oruba,’ a a re eee <
Smart turgout for sale. Just Kecelved- 20 cases GAUTIER BRANDY JOSEPH Ce
for 3 ve Ws nese Torn pn ae eee {Ce LFLOUSe a!
, . A VRESH SIUMENT 1Q00 + Gaemuceâ„¢ Fite BaI 8, Henry &
~T0e ar Br 8.8, * Croven 0, Navarre’ froin ) . xzals just ae
A Mei Tesey-runbtag, "Surrey _ 190 esses OLEOUARGARINE © Oat. I RICE OF} als 3 S RAL
rubber w . % fet ” .
reversible” In! fret rete order, iis B LU FN 0 SE CH EESE Burien Armteale an ‘Ea Store, IX 6, 7
“bhyes out of "Faveuive © Helog ALM = , OLD PURC WINE *Pemt Dramn ° dfs
152) bends, -#t of bernese for above, at HAPHARL WINE e Ball Twine. Stencil Jake



in eavelleat condition CIGAKS, B as live,





No reasuable fa boxes of 300 & 200 Galy,
. a O8LENDOI ° Ualy, Buckets,
ote getuet Avniye Goamante] Bluenose Butter | puvestatersorestieas” 1109 Ibg, = 24 conta) Sy tee nance
ming, ne at the Immigration OMer, Tut & Mba Tone An fo. Arrive iY arly Steamer. ” Porcelain Mugs Nails
Zou Odiote WL tua, ' itkes iriuat Tompettioe 1 50 Ibis. - 15 centg| sd tess

[--0-=

FOR BALE BY

T. GEDDES GRANT

5 Door Lochs, Gal. Ladleues
25 lbs, 8 cents COMPL'TE stock’ of

3 lbs, - | Witches al
L cent | Heusebold eruuitee

t
100 brie PURTEAND GEtniN

19 Urome SULPHURIO A

(Beeb 5 Ong

TURNER'S _
Employment Ageney.

& Ohacwn Streit,
Wb be boptomber 1911









2@ warilc Bt. —
DB, BHU ADWAT at
PP , Waotiesale and 2
OPPOSITE TRANSKER STATION. _Port-olSpale, NOTICE CRONE y & £0 Pao JUPEPHL G a
it, aru are out of Kesployment—tio anh ° wee , — 4
w SINGUINESU BROS {+1 4aseyete gente pated ys
t u su gre, in ueed of a Seevant~Go Provimen Cocoa ivaay deta or debic seairsated wie MONEY
v ane wile Cuberise Level’, as che le ne tonger DVANCED io small or large
Ubuletmation bax 1 OMMIbalUN | MEH LANL vader my Weeces) IBAIAL : os ca4y terms on Jeneliery
Oot, 30—ben, No t lousy Sipegnt Develey, Tec. rigaa,- Oca, rr \ RINIDAD LOAN CO.

keg 81 Predealot 81

chee Nh naar St haat



















~ GODH OF



at AT oe

he Bonanza

NEW FASHIONABLE

VIP AND STRAW HATS.

LATEST SHAPES AND SHADER.

eBpecial Job Line

OVER LAOES— 181xs, WIDE— FROM 4¢c TO
YARD

80c. and 3°c gach.





NEW FULL RANGE OF

RCE CURTAIN NETS,

6¢ ta 600 yard— Jn White add Feru. .

on,

& EMBROIDERY EDGINGS & INSERIIONS.

Waedics and Children’s Onderclething.

Saw LaGR ELGINGS AND INSEhTIONS—Jn White
hadi sed Black . ORIENTAL VALKNOIENNE & TOROHON

aS Wew Honnmavoenm Mrnuva ~vare.

‘LANCASHIRE



Fire & Life,

' TC hil
Â¥ 6 e e
a ( 0) | NOW MERGED JN TRE
Royal lusurance Co, Lid,
- ‘ Funds Exceeds ... £12,000,C00.
e O-F" LOB, NBURANCES effected against loss
we . ree acd contents of Warebouser, Ofticea,
TBINIDAU SHIPPING & TRADING. COMPAN | septate Sis premio, sod Pivt
Me delivered in lots of not less that 25 Ibs. ata time. TLEMERT.
vd LPrices Commence from TO-DAY'S DATE, Of Lossen.
Wednesday, 20th September. câ„¢| deenter ae

or damage by Fire on Buildings
reduced the price of ICE to $4,00 por Ton | PROMPT AND EQUITABLE SET-
rnidad, 81 ppiog'd trading Company, Lanta SMITH BROS. & CO.,



Hl give 2 ~ 25 lbs, uvkets in exchanzo for every 25 1b. ucket Port-of-Spaie, Trinidsd,
ssed as the rata of 98,00 por toa, on application at those a =
a of the Compiny, ei
TRINIDAD LINE of STEAMERS HAMBURE-BRE MEN

RY Ber CHEMADA, TRINIDAD and DEMERARA, Garrylog Through 7 \
re or Tobago and Ciuda ,
a owen ch ate ee mean rae, 141011. H I R ku

oe) Insurance

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a OF NAVARRE! Nov, or. at Deer 12] 2 *) Bee 30

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Dec. 26] Deo,

«| Dec 19 Deg, 21] Deo. 231

or Navara Dec. a0
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“The Last Ditch-
ers.”

THEY FORM HALSBURY CLUB.

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RADICALS DELIGHTED, MODE-
RATES SHOCKED.

THE CHINESE FEYOLUTION,
MASSACRE OF MANCHUS,
GOVERNMENT FEELS INSECURE,

SOLUTION OF MOROCCO QUESTION
HOPED FOR ATEARLY DATE.

A NOBEL PRIZE FOK OPTICLAN,
THE TURCO-ITALIAN WAR,

ITALIAH LUSSES CONSIDERABLE,
TURKS AND ARABS NOT DIS.
COURAGE.

UF,

GRAND VIZLERS POLICY
DECLARED.

If Diplouiacy Fails, Will Defend
atherland to the Last
Drop of Blood.

LAST DITCHUERS -
PROGIRAMME,
Tandon, Uctober 2lrt.
The Last Ditchers have formed «
Jlatsbury club and are preparing =
programme for re-lovigoratiop of the
opposition, vias repeal of the Partia
snent Act, an elective second chan-
ber, the establishment of Iinperial
preference and food) taxes, and the
vention of Julsh flome tule, even
orelbly. Presumably they intend the
subatitation of Mr. Austen ¢ hamber
Jato and Lord Selborne for Mr, Halfour
and Lord Lansowte. The ladicals
are delighted and ihe Moderates
shocked, Siz. Balfour will arrive in
Londen for # petty confergnce on

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George, the Friendly Socleties have
waar Bill whl il by passed ten.

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flonaties; and at Wachang every
Manchu has been masa red regardless
of ageor éex, The suspects were com-
pelled to count. their fate depending
pron their accent, and SU were
a

MANCHUS PREPAYING TO
FLLE.

A despatch froin Pebing says com:
munications with Hankow are inter
rupted, and the *Manchus are prepar-
ing to iter, indicating that the Goy-
ervinent feels ineecure. Preparations
are being made to defend the ap-
pro&ches to Peking. Jt fs reported
Ite Imperiatista have been rapuled
ten miles North of Hankow with a loss

of 700,

THE UNITED STATES ALERT,

The United ‘States has sounded
yarlous Governments ieganting «o-
operation In defense of their wu ert
and Interests, and their policies
towards China,

THS MOROCCO QUESTION.

A Patle communique stales that sen
slble progress is being made regarding
Moroceo; and a solutionsia hoped for ab
adate relatively not ditant.
PROFESSOR GULLSTRAND GETS

OBEL PRIZE.

N hs
A Stockholm telegran: states the
Nobel pilze for Medicine has? been
awarded to Professor Gullstrand, the
optician.
PORTUGUESE ROYALISTS'
VICTORY,

The Portuguese Koyelists have cape
tured Montelegio. Sliateen Repabli-
cave were killed,

ITALIAN LOSSES AT TRIPOLI

CONSIDERABLE,

Acotrevpondent of repute cables to
Berlin that the Italian Josses in night
ly skirmishes at Tripollare consider-
atle, aod the Italian reports that the
Turks and Arabsare discousaged and
fntend to surrender, pure humbug:
There are, he adds, many cholera vic-

Ume. fle pistes the trubp<,

THE GRAND VIZUER'S POLICY

Despatches fiom Constantinople
state thatthe Chamber of Deputies
has voted confidence in the Govern:
ment's efforts to safeguard the in-
tearlty ofthe Empire 1B to 00,
The Grand Vizier declared hia Inten-
tion to contloue ssive resistance
concutreatly with diplomatic negotla-
tions, Hedeclered that the replies
regardin mediation were wore
favourable than was understood, aud
instead of Turkey knocking valnly at
Europe's doors, ali dours were open.
Abstention from Weprisale agsloet
ltaly were Justitied by France's con
pulsiun ta pay an indemolty to Ger.
many. Ie op; the cession of
Tripoll fora indemnity, and ifdip
louscy failed he would defend the
Fatheiland to the last drop of Pood.

TURKS BHOW GOULD FIGHT.

The town of Derna, which bas been
bombarded severely, was defended by
aomall Tutkbsh garrison which fought
derpotately, renewing the battle re-
repeatedly after the Ttallaus thought
it had been substued,

TURKS IN TRIPOLE COMMUNE
CATE WITH CONSTAN-
TINOPLE.

ARome despatch statee that the
Turks la Tripoll have communtated
with Cousrantloople, via Tunis, re-
porting and receiving instructions and.
alec some support la monay and oate-
tial Mranco les now guarding the
frontier againet any vivlation of
neutrality.

DUKE’ OF OONNAUGHT IN

CANADA.

Ottawa, Oct. let.
The Duke of Connaught le plenolng
a tour upon whieh he will be accona
nanied by the Duchess, beginning at
Wontreal or Turoutoatter Parliament
has wet.
PMA MARTINIQUE,
Saseclerre, Gualeloupe Zlet.
“ Martinigue” artived G20 gone
Martlokyue 9 pun. 2th,

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THE RUST QUARANTINE PRO-
SECUTION.

The Usrbados * Advocate” of the
lith fostant hae the following to say
of the “Rust Quarantine Prosecu-
tien,” not being. evidently, able to
appreciate Mr. Randolph Ruat’s stin,
in the (ailof the letter he add
toud We, under these cin umstances,
aller no excuse for quoting from the
Barbados “Standard the following
appreciation ; though dealing with au.
other subject, it suits the present case
adaurably .— '

“The Advocate has at length fa-
voured the good people of Barbadon
with a really. glowing editorial, ss
that he who iunsimay read. We feel
prone tevserently to add that he who
reada, way alsorua, This lalest pro-
ductivn is nothiog If sot unique; it
catves for vur contemporary a niche
in the Lemuple of fame; it stands forth
fa something Incomparable in the
anoals of local Jun nalisain-sowething

tnarval at aud finally frame ing
setting of oak and gould and diepe
atl betrasel with ath,”

‘The “Advocate’s” article (Lith Io-
stant.) is as follows,

The Trinidad press has evidently
faken up the prosecution of Mi.
Randolph Rust, the Trlaldad off mag:
vate, as a care of Ise majeate. We
reproduce fn another column the
ravings of the — ‘ Port-of-Spain
Gaztle” un the subject. Evident!
the “Gagette" thloke it avery evil
thing to prosecute # ian fot any
breach of flaw, if that inan beppene w
be wealtby and highly place But
the absurdity of the * Gazette” oub
ciles {eo surpassed by the egreglous-
ness of Mr. Randulph Jtust's sugges
tion as to the method of pi ure
which would eave him from prosecu-
tion for breaking quarantine regula
tions at this port whether by nad.
vertence or otherwise, Thle remedy
Mr Rust fives in ao letter to the
* Gazette,” which we aleo reproduce,
and whilet we ate not for one wo-
ment going to state that it will not
bs a homocea, wa would polnt out
that {ts enforcement would sot begin
until close on a« decade bh Je
YE Mr. Rust id willing to allow ble
burning lujuries seven years before
they are to be revenged we would
euggest that he dors not experience
any particularly pallies result from
them; and that he fs gently pulling

Tessod

the feg or vur Irate cou ten onary,
Mr. Rust writes aw fultows s—" The
“only way to avold snch contre.
“temps in the future, eo far as Trini:
“dadians are concerned, will be for
“Teinldad, when the thine cowes to
renew the Royal Mall Guy's contract,
*to refuse to pay any subsidy unless
“ Trloidad \“ wade it 2 fret and last
“* 4

wboree call for their sgrauvatiantic

The prevent contrat with the
Royal Mail le for seven years. Ho if
Ma. Must postpones the adjustment of
hie gulevances, real or fancied, for
that petiod, well, we neal only re
maik that ‘the adjusiinent does not
come at present within the range of
practical politics,



EMPLOYER ARD EMPLOYE.

To the Eclitor of the Portof Spain
Uaselle,

Sir, For sumetine now the ques:
tion of “ Strike® tein the alr and even
fo our swall Trividad it seeme to
create asile Now, wha} provokes «
slrike? Itisthe mloinsm of wages
eufibined with inereused labour, Ina
wort wagee that are not jo pro portion
with the labour exacted, * Work is
the condition of bread" a friend re

marked to me. And, sald I, since it fs | CO

the law, Lagree. Huta worker hasa
lawful right to expect wages in pro-
portion to hls wotk ; uaeters are in
conseleme bound to give

Hut this only the law! do
we wea? Avaricious masters taking
advantage of the poverty of bivad-
wines, pin them nominal wages,
whiel ten lead them to acts o!
disbunssty, which beyond a doubt,

just wages
4 Whate

‘ terloratlo:
Ha tate Leo Kilt. thes great anind,
writlog on the cond! of labou

ir
states. “ Let it be yrestad thea, that,
a & Ws, Woptmcn nod piupdop yy

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should make free agreements, and In
particular shoukl freely a as to
wages; nevertheless there isa dictate
of nature, more juiperious and more
ancient than any bargain between
man, the remuneration must be
enough to support the wage-carners in
reasonable and t frugal comfort.”

Another act of injustice which
workers must submit to, ls what
masters calla stroke of business, vis
the Aualgainating of the work of three
or four persons into one oftice, and.
wind you, the unhappy Posveswor of
euch an office recelves bul one man's
salary. Astroke of bisiness—-Eh !

Let employers understaod that a
mutual comblostion of money and
lsbour jaa pecesity fn thiu world of
vooflict, for the benefit of both, since
the oue le bot less independent of the
other, RP

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MARVELS OF SKIN CRAFTING.

- . e
The séry fatest diqoovery in skin raft
ing is the use of halriastend of ektq on
araw surface, Dr. I. Carvot, a famous
surgeon of Paris, wae the tir-t to make
use of this atrange innovation,

[tis often noveanary In the case of a
wound of i onthe to stimulate, the
growth of new epldermls by a m7,
strips of akin taken from other perta a

tient or from other pemons, of
his kind require ¢ most delicate
technique, The removal of the a ie
extremely palnful and It is mot sways
possible to Had a pleve of skin that is
qnite adequate,

Dr. Carnot operates tn a snout simple
manner. With his pincers he plucks a
fow hatra from the beard of hia patient or
of some frie That part ol ene
halra that le clone to bulb be chops up
dine, aud be sprinkles thls powder over
the mw aurface, which he dresses and
binds fn a special manoer. The ir
cella, which are epidertuie in origin—that
Ja toaay, only skin in another’ form—are ‘
gradually tranef and after @ va
short time have changed Into ordloary
skin cella which spread over the surface
aad prodace rapid healing. ‘

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'|Tadies Silk
Blouses.

A fine lot of Silk Fmb oidered Blouses bought by
our ever keen buyer. They area fine lot, the best ever

{ng Syn;
Pato Spata with ble fanily.
hich wae remmectiuliy attended, took
WHICh wae u i
Nace atthe Ghurct, of the Holy

toes terday. afternoon at 4
pidock the Very Tey Father, Oave
0.P., Parish Priest. of PortofHpaia,
officlating at the service, amlsted by
Itev, Fathers Dowling 0.P, Nolan
OP. and McQuillan 0.P. and, there
were also In attendance Rev, Fathers
DeVaste, 0.8. 8p and O'Doonobos,
QS.8p. The priocipal mourners
were theeisterand daughter of the
deceased, The bearers were Messrs,
P.and A. Anderson (nepberys) L and
Nivet, (sons) V. Seliler and re. La, Lota.
Amongst others who attended wera,
Mewsra, F, Herrera, A. L. Schoener.
G, Schoener, G. FP, Huggins, J. Andure
L Boissiere, BD Murray. ©, 'Oon-
nor, L. Bennard, Annanson, Peter
kin, G. Von_ Weiller, G, Brash,
G. Roetant, F. T. Farfan, P. Maingot,
McKay, D. Sorzapa, M. Greig. M. de
Verteull, P. Latour, G, Ooud:
anumber of ladies.

Wreaths and other floral tribules
were recelyed from Mr, and Mrs, P.
Anderton, Mr. and Mrs, Alex, Ander
aon, Mr, J. DD. Relller, Mrs F. Uerrera,
Dr, Mraand Miss Cleaver, Mr. Geo.

n Hogring Mr and Mre. GO
Schoener, Mr, and Mra. A. [. 0,
Bchoener, Mr. and Mrs. Ppp Main-
got, Me, (V. H, Dingly, Mr J, 1 Metl-
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Real Human Hair Gocds, fine assortment to select from.

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here the Company hare only tocn- Troubles, The ‘
counter a complacent Gorernment CLYDESDALE v CASUALS, oeutiy ine sane tne, aott ‘fakes ae deceased, Ar, Charles Nivet {a pow io Dro Lon he Sundries
whore predecessors not so many years | The League match between rey Pherae milk, and makes it equally digest: | Call fornis, eo ch Be, beg te omer ss ongt le °
Sgo gave another corporation ‘five, | tative teaus of the Clydeadaleand Casuals | shlo and nourishing. ‘Aivulastia te giren | Cur condolence to the bereaved family. —I=





gratia and for nothing, a thirty-five
ear franchiee of the streets of Port-of-
pain. @ Government of Trinidad
‘has always been kind.to foreign cor-
rations on the ope bkbd, whilo ruth-
lewsly strangtiog focal enterprize on
the other, Asa jeneral policy, in the
public luterest this spirit: should be res
an

footballclub was played yesterday after
nom and rest in an easy win for the
Casuals who seored 5 goals ay =agaipet

hegame wag AS

their opponect’a bil.

ovetided as tbe score Indicates. It
proved a bitter dissppotntment to the
apectators who expected a Letter display
from the Ctydesdale men judging, no
doubt from their performance agalust the

fe cowemllk to Infants from two days
old to twelve months acconling ta
directions, In short, Altmlactin makes
cow's tll ke haman milk. Numerous
testimonials of the highest Medical
Authorities appear fu the British Jour
nal, the Lancet cte ouathe valuable pro-
nrertied of Albulactin, and Messrs, Smith
Vrotbers feet confident that Medical

THE PARTITION OF NORTH
AFRICA.

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sisted whenever encountered, “Maroons in the tirat match. As Practitioners of the Colony will obtain
while we are great adwirers of the | uaual when Ciydeedale aud Casuals meet satisfactory results in prescriblog thls | ¢geatablish a protectorate over Tripoli, Flouncing, Richly Embroidered, oe one
business acuwen aod foresight of the [ the ground was thronged with onlookers. | preparotion. as France has over Tunis, We dare 58 Cream 42 inches wide— 4 yards, ¥
nn bebitd the great General Asphalt | Clydesdale never scored a single goat that Italy's commercial Interesta in 4 Per yard gaa, | LADIES LISLE THREAD GLOVE3- i
Trust prbova report we have (oege and never looked hike feorlag one. | Peek poll, sad the Italian colopltes in int ry 7 . Short= ‘n White, Black, Chen .
reviewlog, wecannot congratulate the | an: Plagott were ho ouly playe: somewhat barren countrr‘are at ldas! - —_ ‘Oo! re’ eaver, 60d other
Government of Trildedon its persis | who exbibited cnterprising — methods. DEATH AND BURIALOF MR. E. L. equal to the original yuntry” that served 1 ONLY DRESS LENGTH ~ I faxe Pa iec All etre Suede finish, *¥ * *
tent refusal toece that the Colony has J The game of itsell was monotonous to §. HIVET. France ase pretextin Tunis or Morocco. us Orepe-de-Chin y Perpaic .. en EEO
watch from s spe tators polat of vlew for + ‘ Italy stands to | heavily ja an designs and Scalloped edges—Silk

aright to come retura on the new de- . leat y., lose beavity | y rd | You'll g» oto esstact “the oth Itot tht
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prive.

LORD GREY S TESTIMONY.

Ina valedictary speech delivered in
Toronte before his departure fromm
Canada, Lord Grey spoke for vealy
an bour, bis remarks covering a wide
range of national subjects. Thu ad-
dreas delivered with obvious feeling and
sincerity was, says the Nove Scotian
aftitting valediclory aod a thoughtful
yesutne of national probleins and of
national developments during the
seven years of his tenure of offices

much as they please, the " Maroons
ited onthe agony tothe tune of 5 goals
oni] = ‘The trst goal of the match was
shot hy W. hocles who made one of his
characteristic nice runa and shot. The
wecond goat also wentto Casuals credit,
John Rochtor’ using his head to advan-
tage The game raged fierrely in the
Clydemtale lerritory aud before the whixtie
sounded for balf thine, (sreen shot the
third goal vf the match for Castals.
When the tearus had crossed both sides
redouble. hel sflorts, Peck and Piggott
displayed some Neverness tut were held
(ir check by the Casuals half backs. The
frst goal after the resumption and the
fourth In favour of Casuals was registered

British Forelga office embraced the
Young Tarks, and as Italy Is one of the
three omens, agalast wath jhe Britis
everlab nay; mame tg alrec

would naturally ie expected that the
Foreign Office would exert itself to pre
Tent tbls anprovoked attack on a Turkish

aye!

If Italy feared Austrian aggression, says
the paper, it would not Jock up ita picked
troops in abaxardous and costly expedi
{jon to @ country offering so few attrac

fe

IH HIS FATHER'S SHOES.

houuce the death of an old and re
spected fellow citizen tn the person of
Nr iagene Louis Stefan Nivet, which
eccurred at his late residence, No.
145 Charlotte Street, in this clty, last
Triday night, Mr. Nivet had been in
failing health for some time, ne
ceasitatiog his seeklog a cnonge In
England, whither he proceeded some
thooths ago: Not having benetitted b:
the trip, he returned here on the 161
instant in the care of Mr McKay,
hla attendant, He lingered until
Triday night, when despite the un-
remitliog care and attention of those



















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covcludiog withan eloquent tribute | hy green, who on getting possession, | dear to him, he crossed tha * Great — bust

tothe character of the two political | madoa Leautifal shot low dowu and com | Divide", as already Stated, 10 his/ BEST TRAINING FOR SONS OF Men bo hi 1 Inte: 1

leaders, Sir Wilfrid Lausler and Mr, | pleuly beat the Clydesdale custodian. | sixty-first year, be having been born at BUSINESS MEN, tnd en * 0 ave aree n rents In

Horde J whore high leadenrtip| frineatoukel mloonung for the chydes | Han Feinaudo ia “the year ih he i wxprese" representative, * and thowe |
ad eo Wy 7.

Canes ran med LRT ay fyi | mints Tome intersine vot osteoma! | eta emulate bropacter for | Fisxanrs or wcerems | wg "wish thee tame to take, MP

ministrative positionsin the factories
they control must take good care that
their sons receive an education which
will qualify thens for thelr position,

“They must ge right through the
mill as ap ing man would, and

asstults on the Casals goal. The ball

was soon after traosferred to the Clydes
lale territory whore John Rochford
wored the fifth and last goal of the
Tinta with a well girocted shot after
having received a contre from Willie
Taclos, There waa nothing notable

Many sons of employers by forve
of circumstances are placed at the
head of concerns, and work great
mnischief to the economical prosperit:
of the country when badly equipped.’

ears he served under the late Mr.
late on the Usine Ste Madeliene,
the property of the New Culonial Co,

. Leasing the employ of thla
Coy, Mr, Nivet launched out on his
own account, Imving acquired pro-

could flod clther intnis country or
outside of It two anen who better
fulfill the bighestidcals of the gentle-
man. Their high characters are ox:
amples toall Canadians Never dur
ing my whole tem of office have I















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. Le te .
heard one word of scfish ambition | after this andthe whistle sounited lent | forties at Teacos, Cedron, during otis a inl at the Goneeeaeede AS | become t roroughly conversant with
fron Sir Wilftid Laurier, Aw Leader | ing Ca uals victorious by the wide margin | which time he held an appoiotment in | Teatile Industry at Belfast, and heads faamaee ica. patforntug perecnally

of 3 goals to nit,

of tbe Opposition he will belbe sane
reat servant of the St te and the
frown that he has been as Leader of
the Govornment. Mr, Borden will, t
know, continue the high traditions of
Sir Wilfrid. You Cangdians are hap-
E and fortunate fo having the des-
iny of your country in the hands of

the Paubhe Works Department, as
district — officer in the

wart, Me againentered the em
ment of the Colonial Coy, as
overseer on Harmony isit
plantation, which was then under
the controljof Mr. Philip Rostants
andhe subsequently became manager

of la: ustrial concerna iu London,
interviewed by an * Express” repre-
sentative 4 with the views ex-
pressest by Sir, Hall.

Avother speaker at the congress
went even further, and declared that
wnanufacturers” sous were afraid of
dirtying thelr cuffs when dealing with

every task fhat an employee weuld.

Then comes the finishing of their
education by travelling and cuunting-
house exper ence, and when they have
acquit themselves wutisfactoilly in
all these branches they are fit to
take up the refus of office.

“We must imitate the American

















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ploy:
ead



ALBULACTIN. 5

A PREVENTATIVE OF INFANTILE
TROUBLES.







sugar









such wen.” At the request of leading Physicians of of Columbla sugar ‘eatate, Cedros, at achinery.
mmm | thin tg Slemrepmilin Brothers & Ok, that time ovtned by: the low Onignlal | "An Alfred Mowely, CM.G., one. of | S7*iec# sound education token, by
FOR RENT Cottage No, 2 bt, ducing for the first time, fo the Drag Comp iny whichand heafterwarde leas: | the leadin. Miho Mosely Lando, whg and the education then finish at the




ed fiom the company and placted ia
coconuts. He subsequently purchased
the abandoned sugar estate, L’Envi-
euse,on which he cultivated cocoa
and covonuw up to within the last
three years. Upon hia health becom-

despatch
Commlselon to the United Sta en-
do the opinion of both speakers,
and pointed out that a public school
education followed by afew years at
a univeralty are useless In fittlug a

frapvovis Valley Read, containing 2
bedrooms, drawing and dining roome
and froot gallery. Tbe usual out.
offices. Water laid on the premises-
Apply ta MRS, WORSFOLD—No, 14
Regeut Lane~Oct. 22 -1m.

Market, arellable Medicinal Product in
the form of Albulactin, ‘This vital food
iy extracted by a. complicated patented
process from Cows’ Milk where it exists
novety aninuta quantities, Albulactla
Is highly recommended by the Medical

ulfiversity,
“When thisisadone we shall have
our manufacturers clamouritg at the
doors of the universities for the
services of the graduates instead of as
iv the case now, practical men shut-
tlog the door on the Irreapon$ible, ill-
trained gentleman with his collars
and faultless cutfe and his turhed-up
trousers svho owesaes & thorou
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proposed vocation,” .
« “NATIONAL CALAMITY,"

Ma. Hugo Hirst, who built up the

buslness of the General Electric Oom-
pany inthis an other countries, took
a very serious view of the position,
snd uilarel tbat, ithe number of men
who @! 0 ie tions of their
fathersseltbhout the rover education
fur theae positions was bordering on a
nattonal calenity,

* I¢ie a most deplorable thing,” he
sald, “that oo searching the llets of
leaders of successful iaduatries one
rarely finds the pame of an English
public echool or university man.

* Those successful heads of firms
who have had a tolversity treiping in
America and Germany are as numer:
ousas tke English university men are

wate a bitter bruth, aod we h
“ties bitter bruth, and we

pot to realise it sooner or later, whit
is still nore important those heads of
large industales who pro; to ret
and leave the leadersiip fo thele sone
must realise the Joipurtanve of thelr
soue' education,

* Sudustrial bletory fw full of casos
where vona have “succeeded thelr














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aride—A, DUsHeLy. -61 Qaees

At Stephens Limited, the
rush duriog the tod wi
fats Pauama Hate at
ladies Panama liats ot iM
wanting tu secureone of
well to cali thie week, as
atock 4s going fu...
Among other goods

opened up at Pate Phi
the following well known oe



knowledge are everthing, for the head
is in the ition of a general who has
command of an army aud on bls
man urres stccess or failure bangs.”
—Karpress.

AROUND THE STORES.

An‘Ideal Complexion Soap Amongst
the several lines of goode received this
week by Mess. Smith Brothers aod
Co. of The Bonanza Drug Stores, ts
included a la! supply oF “ fmpertat
Benzoin Toilet Soap”: although re-
cently introduced by thie firm, Len-
toin Toilet Soap has become quitea
favourite among the elite, who declare
{tto be one of the best complexion
soape on the market. Price Zi cents
per cake or GO) cents per box of 3 cakes
at The Bonanza Drug Store,

How much do you know about the
[anide of your corset? You ought to
know erer: thing that the boning
the flexible quality that shapes the
right Hpure-style, and that is comfort.
able, The corset that has it is the enr-
sebyou waot, You need « Warner's
We claim for Warner's Ooisete that
they outwesr sry other corvets.
Every part ofa Warner's corset is
absolutely correct. You can have any
shape you want, plus comfort, plus
wear, Da you want a guaranteed cor-
set—guaranteed for comfort, style and
wear? If 90, call at The Bonsnza for
a Warner's Rust 2roof,

Miller's Stores have received a fine
range vf Gents Hats of all kinds. In-
cludiog Straw Hate with ordinary,
ie Tae eeu ged pees

50, jar a
Felt Hat, which {¢ 90 fashionable 1















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cioes:—Webers Alpine
Root Pills, Beecham's
kamnia Tablets, Cartér’s.
Lillis, Wampoles Cod Liver
poles Beef fron aid Wine
wamp Root and some of
Lasative Cold Tabiete-—a tag
for influenza.

Bany—Just opened a fine
Perambulatora, Go-carta, , 7
Bicycles for, men, for cash

yinent—The Little Bhog,
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Bue and Ont of
Jook to the Liver;

HERBIN

Is the Remeéy You,

mn 6 «Nt fo an invigoratiog
: t, torpid liver, The Sam
rings improvement, &
use puts the liver in







Euro) at present. G ait Verbine
quitbg abat cannot do bene "thaa fends ite reatoratlv
call at thls popular store, 9 the stomach and do

elps digestion and [ec
lation, purifies the be
brings back the
Aiar dailty bowel n
fihen the stomach, a
wels are aC
urities mo longer «
netlonal processes,
Hof which ts rene
mnental activity as
apirite.

Price b0¢ rer
JatnesF.Ballard,Prop:

men
Stop at Iendersons on Monday for
cottous at Sc, per yard. prints at de,
white and cold muslins at éc. yard
froth fogble, the price, Ladles ‘Kin
rrotd lousee at 48, Ladi
Neady-té-Wear Hata and Toques at 00s
u ‘ancy Mountes special range, a
chic assortment of givpure, net, aud
oriental trimmings, and Em:
brokiies a huge, assortment to select
from. Mens coloured negelgies Shirta
at llc. each. A flue runge of Mens
Faocy Tweeds from ii, vo 3.00 yard,
Ladies Boots and Shoes at dur, pair,
All at Hendersons 9 Frederkck Street,

Watknwin's MistauxrLadles will do








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as theyare going very £
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; Ivethe very best value for the mone. tthe Prince's Ful
mau to be superior, which ls fatal fo Bes'our corscta from Jd vents to wo conte, DAY dap NOVEMBER 142
; ; +: au indintiy Chee one haw to bw In| Graledisfendafrom Werniato flak | to" nnnsenre at 9 Pome
ain and Striped Crash Suiting froin the highest to thelowest, | TT | Linens, habdkercbiets, tweed and street | String Band in, atiendaeey
lt ca palo " id
' Mercerised Linen Suiti nin SUMAN ENAMEL, | iets hal Late tomemin cur | NOME SG een
ercerised Linen Suiting mines with ad leapon to "urderadanl | Jest oPeaec Calley "and omens Nov Soran ee
— FROM — . . . wouk OF later contml. V ret 2
: oe . Vhen h emo
Imitation Tussore Suiting foet down be probably spendea month | nnui%0te yaited have, morlvod the LOOK! mm
. eo e : an
Thick, Thin, VnacaivteNenat three” | White. . «a | pratt le ie works" aha "The | auitaaciane george date | A MOO ale"
Narrow Brims the Newest Shapes, ite Cotton, Union and Linen Drilt mid oopelder Ibar the twadequately Rech alatne oen E Re 1 RD | Te te ee conon' tad ety
ucated men al the f Honeyoom ney toa
OXFORD GREY SPORTING FELTS apecian. sae Seay Rain ee ere
. — our Industsial rf
. . eupremacy * Ar MattLann's—Double width {i Be cn the safe vide, iiyes
This Hat is all the rage in Europe, WHITE ALL LI WE N DRILL~ albsoundwducatou Leth chesteal aad | wiita ottred te‘methrag boa |Zoer eres, are fale cme
LI ht Gro Fo Its he 1 propose that my boy," he said deal ioe oie conte pe verde Wen tone ete, th eer
. . “shall receive as couiplete educa. Savorted o nd a
Light cubbor Holmote, with Puggarer, WORTH $1,00 YD, FOR 60c. Hon ante pow Fo doy, force | shed olete oc cut} Sores | spa oer a nyo
. . i s that | Bleck Kantona at mw) . Well as tbat of che M
. a1 — we ghee toe be shall bevoms @ rman of business | par yard. Bu cents aod- 60 conta | *%)! Banc ke Gegg'e
. with the courage, spirit, and eathy. | sbades at 18 cent In var ous @ Loedos Bax ee
wor sverything im Afon's Wen Yow Lvers ming tt Doe's Wen, | Hise Wilh ste oo necomary for | Mean ated asa for ne
. au to “No cow expects that hls bo sllovers frum to dus a fa
- ous . 5 surely stones education ata pi fae ke alien show in weet
soa. : bren opaclaltty,
§ "s edwastion, and ose must eaee ce
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Ltd. “The Stores” Stephen }

At this Season of the year every one naturally takes time to consider which is j
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ifHE BEST PLACE to do their CHRISTMAS SHOPPING.

; Tt is an INDISPUTABLE FACT that Messrs, STEPHENS, LIMITED
a CATERERS FOR THE PUBLIC aegtee proved themselves the BHST

DURING THIS WEEK THE FIRM WILL OPEN THE LARGEST SHIPMENTS OF

ancy and Staple Goods, Boots 8 Shoes and Groceries

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. HVHR OFPFHRED TO THH TRINIDAD PUBLIC. i
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} these Go § have been specially selected, and those who want the MOST FASHIONABLE and UP-TO-DATE GOODS |
°
ason wil well to pay a visit to STEPHENS, LIMITHD. who are the leaders in ~~ oY
: N 0 VEL E ) | | : 3
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| , 5 LU ETY,
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sTl S THE BEST 7 i
5 MT +i-D, THE BHST PLACH TO BUY EVERYTHING. |
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— 4
e 108 Port-af-Spatg Gazette | THE CORONATION TREES IN THE hardly credit him with suct: ftiperione- DIPLOMACY. Hamburg ame.
rrive QUEEN'S PARK, PORT-OF-SPAIN. Sito Oris Ut, hot“geth te were
— . _—— of) F-' w . Ra 0 —~
TURT OF-SPATN yo * jncldent av a ocaue belle + regard wae ‘Mra. A. —Phat cook was awful and # PauL it eouxrneaa Co
SUNDAY, 2xp OCTR, I0ll. Yesterday we noticed with satisfac: yt Du he really Lin euch Sy ror Oe eg oe discharge her? A . Agents
= tion the progress being made by th at waa he thinking of ? se he je acs er TAGONIAW—The sa. “P, .
AND F THE LATE DR RIGHARD.SPRUCE| Sco See euch wee aaa tented Neon sno Ps AEA a okt | ae tama eae cae
fOR SALE BY ATE DR RICHARD SPRUCE | Sransctorompraneatantorane Feat, Mr ian OL Ml ave Sete broking te tore | ek meting gue eeu
7 —— / Queen Mary. It wi oeree beet course In’ clasaien fray some Corres: ghe was underpaid and left.—Doston | Ports and Curscso, taking cargo, passen:
> The following” views on Coroa that His Excellency, Sit Geo ge RR. Ls pondence Collegs and has just com- _ Transcript. WV and malls tAeThe an“ Weetphalie”
. lanting are taten from “Notes ofa } ilunte, K.C M.G, planted the Demet- juenced the lessons, Not satlefled at of the Hamburg Americea ne is
Botanist on the Amazon and Andes | 2'* Sapiun rubber and Lady Lucia Teu t's ant exploits, Mr Julian G. | mm [doe here from Venezulan ports on or
e . (Itichard Spruce)”, pages 70 and 80. Smith the ornamental apple blossom Tut ges pre further rhe did not | HOVEMENTS OF STEAMERS, about the 2th lostant, proceeding after
9 e e ited Ifted Rusvell Wallice and | Cassia the operation In each case tak- hink the Incident would cause “ ao _ 1 wards to Havre direct, taking cargo and
ar * pablished ta the yearl008 Dr. Spruce | img place on Saturday afternoon of Interruption of diplowatle relations Tha R maila.
a was @ famous Roglirhman who! was | Jtly& 1011, What about the others between, the two, great, West Indian | a oyal Mall Steam Facket 0.— sho Loudon 1 irect
E Gor ‘on Geplemleg 10) ful7and, dint | ich ws blieye were rat outa the Run You have urvtoubuediy: teen | 660 Page 2.. Line of Steamers
Me A ‘mer mem ne nee 5
i, wears, and whose rite ace of 70 | bers of the British Itoyal Family sfor Mereludying your Iuselan Consular | wg , Koninkilfke W. In- Tux New Cotontat Co
ae a Kiet esteem by botanists and na- there does uot appear to benny distine: guide! : | discha Maildicnst. TATIAK-Theas, tro AeeTS hera
a . turalleta of all countries, hence ils mark, such as ® tablet attache = ‘ Cor via Tart
164 Bags No. 1 Nagra Rice. opioion’ muet be reganied with mo} {0 pF, affixed near by. beating tho | { Tae RovaL Dove Matt. | eo avin of about Noseuber itt proces:
» O B g e- e mean degree of respect. Here is what brief, neceowary detaile? aye think CANADIAN ENTERPRISE. Hiean Line Hervice, | fox afterwards to Demerara, taking cargo, ’
M50 Bags Special Quality Urbur | agers sh wus was far | ment labelling otherwive they will yan | — * | Puss, DER NUEDERLANDEN ~The | Peisengereand walls a
Dholl oe ee eta ee ee cree The. ax | the chance of bel: g forgotten and lost SECURE RICH ORE, AREA IN Nedetianien ‘Ieaue here, trom. Amster Lamport @ Holt Lone:
; :50 Fi ki . ‘ » al notte tegetation, The Cacao tree sight of by the pu ie in Ume to come, VENECULLA, dain vin Haramarlbo and Demerara on or of Steamers. .
* Y eobroma-F oO} e — —= -—— about tober 1911, od tt 2G A
7160/2 DO. P. e Butter been so often described, as hare lan MULCHING on OPIMON OF PRESIDENT GOMEZ. see cara Cala Caan, in ASAHI Gro Gauge
exe very tations of Santarem . . —_— ye racko, Jam ine! SAHL—The sa. “Vasari” is dae
—— 4A , i
te 100 CG 0. D 0. Do. s otibe them further out oe Ihave uit’ this factor tows sda successful goll any wane been told: aay a Tamed York tak nee rh passcnaers ad malin Vibes rom it jee tethe name day for
au} asks P rime Larg: 8 English ince seen the Cacao plantations, of an en a oink Bees titled exchange {be manner in whiely gem DHING wil EAL mie wert ee orks vis arbed jos, taking cargo ’,
a nayaguil—perhaps the moxt im | [n reproducing below what was stated bath fee! Pa! esyotin witly a1" tsdue here from Venesuclan porta
— sy 5 t into desirabl bi por 2
50 Bocas. . ortant to the world a popartvon of |in ou article uf Rebroary 12th last row ore. deposita in Veneauelay inde tierwaria’ to Parawmartba, Havre an SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.
i. rls. ‘Newfoundland Pickled | wittetteunineresting, Aidit | ment station We wrote iiaiit ls hey arenot tote deepnds fn mol nee Dennen te ARUIVALS,
bt Her I i n defect in their management, In both jay jhe, proceas of slewing fallen ‘The Canadian-Venezuelan Ore Cum: | Oxte 2th '
; OM . localities, namely, the overcrowding of the fa I a ee on aed roy has dropped upon and tied up ivr t | ores OF NAAR, Brit ao Me ‘
wl holders ore deposi 4 ay - on lays, New York,
200 Boxes Medium Smoked _ | temeyimectettum,rusyy |i site tains tration ofthe Ore iter ubich Hiith Groen eedige taionae | Seeethgnes iach, 20 rs
e ’ Nnerten z
Ferrings. | toistie to seo ‘tet tary “trees ‘nest | Pregtorefremusemuserative ciction fale for thennelvee duriog’ te pent New Vork=Paremarite | Shipping and Frading Ga i
5 . B ‘ ‘
: —AND~ ie tala Gece ater [goa aestaty coh ytiee chong Aiiomng aachnucy bere cancrdsl THR AEE, Dee MAG homens | My ech Sis Pte
en corpulent fratte, whereas in the! by thoes conipetent to dae that the that the ore extracted fe of high grade ATC 1INE—-The ee. “ Marow line’ sengers. 1
. centre of the plantations, where the above definition of tho weet matehing Hessemer vealtt beady thisayndl. oy Monday Sind October 103i and wil DEPARTURES.
, trees stand so tlosu together their cate has shipped about 20,000 tons of jeave the y Oct, 20h,
cs branches foterlace, anf the broad is fall, clear avd true. Continning cre to the United States where (thas cay ot same day for Paramarito taking | nyongsian, Drit. seme, Forrest, 055 tous, d
_ ™ ® I eavea completely shut out the suns thee ‘owt tha saine wubject weextract been amelted, for the propasitionfs CVATLAMACCA The #4 Saramacca" | Demerara, § bags flour snd 2 pessen: 1
En. ieyeewhere there inno circulation In @ fulluwiog paragraph (om @ letter purely one of ave shipping and for this is due hexe from Paramaribo on Mon: § - &™—ly Gordon Grant & Co, Ltd, ‘
| 4 a ihe dank, muuldy-smelling alr that phich came hand yecently ow £0 purpose the deposits al lmataca, about day 23rd October, IMi1, and Weill leave next | ORGEO, Lit stunr., Hale, 1209 tous, Har ;
Ec ST. VINCENT BUILDING hangs over the ground—a large pro- | #¢) ieee hae ke the ain eh ito sixty iniles ficiy the mouth ofthe day at noon precively direct for New perion, Feet page ‘Isinidad cocosnute, 8
a » vurtios of the fowers drop off without “Sead what tdi someting into Quinuca, are situated only a few huo- York taking ca seopgors aud malls, ena halt es fruity 16 Lega Venues.
yy Uth October, 1911, Dorn ee aes tha few frulle that | eto that et det hag. Teil oaythet pecan goin weusele. Can’ icant rghe \ ALG WINES The foam bergengtibo hy Worden Urentand ca bide et
4 * ng vessels can steain " so
do reach maturity ave more senders mulching of the soils one of the beet up, Tuere will be no traneshipment, ys Barbados on Tuesday sist October | peuta, Venes, oat Mate, 2 tous, Buje,
om ee ——— than on those trees to which light and betiortten al'the scti jal’uee S Inthle regard it la tnterevting to note for New York takin, ereerot 4 Ireck sundry pk; inerehendits
pe alr have hed free access. A well Mutehing Ge the poor mat manures, that {t fe roughly 2,100 iniles by, wator andmail. WB cargr, passeng Vaxcntt a) Vecex, bust Velasdques, 5 tous,
an Cacao tree, {n fact, affords of | And we ould aad the net Z Me lode from the South American ore deposits a on _Uriatobal Colon, wundry pkaes. tp dew. 4
fireiteuttictent hades tn ite trunk and at Ute place vo Srduey Cape Breton, | mmpayale Goucralo | Lvvanta, Yenea. sloop Verges, 9 tons,
piincipal branches, whereun (6s Is wet! THE TOCK TREE of es No rick ror Hy foriuerly io charge Transatlantigue yaiistobal Colon, sundry pl nee Un, '
. row. ny tbe flowery end aul gbiefly ° at Wabana, Newfoundland, has been o a eu a C-uandoo, ballast and 17 pasvengere i
Pros RE Mthor trees ae to cut off | ‘The fock tree is fonnd at Muyaroand 1 cbarye of the exploration works ‘QT DOMINIGUE—The French Mail i
the small portion of alr and Nght that ) whose alleged goud qualities were and Mr, E. D. Jones, inanaglng director Steamer“ St. Domingue” {rom Europe CLOSING OF MAILS. i
would otherwiea penetrate under | polnted out to usin the year 108 by of the Canada Clement Cumpany, wo via Guadelonpe, Martinique and dt, Lucla — ‘
; ite drooping branches. The plaoters {Jir. Fred Metiver « resideut then of has just returned froma triptalma- $a due here on or about the 2ith of | Mails for Ban Felix, Barrancas, and .
44 themselves fave pot failed to note the ] thie place we were Lold that it was a eek In the courses of an Interview Soe ee lng Gurdad Bolivar by the a reita a ul i j
ouday the natant al
e Erpater yield of tations, bore ripe large, soll wooded tree ied to * Kor more than eighteen months ERbu ngere and malls. " , aim. Registiation cloves at 10.99 a.m, 2
be —~AND- attribuiiogitto the true cause; and {man in inflammation and stomach We lave had @ staff of engineers io ae Darou is ane ircus Wenetuclan ats OF oan Guare F
s they think it necessary to go on |troubles, Thle procedure we were Venezuela making extensive examl, Forts on or about the wth October and | nia’ will Le close on Sit “lay th tod :
Bek Janting Ube teers at fuet the same die- | advised to adopt. Squeeze the Jaice batons of the fron o1e depoults acd will proceed afterwards to Martinique, | atant at % a. Megiptratiau closes ab 1.8
‘y . nce apart as thelr forefathers did. out of the feaves aod give to the We have done consideabtio dlatnond = Gusdelou Bantandar, Bordeaux and pn. st Z pun egiptratiaud wt 100 ;
Bs a tlent ta honey fo the propurtions of drilling. As aresult ofthese explora. Havre, (aking passengers, cargo and |" Mails for Carupans, Cumana, -Guaat 4
ye THE COCONUT INDUSTRY. JP teaspoonful Juice, r went! tlons, the Canadian-Venzuela Ore; malig Ia Guayr, Pta, Cabello, Guracaa and a
ur cng We Helier mau socertain of Company. Lad have ncleed the tne Tigo Faet Battie | Vert ab tne tthe a Tals der
“ . . Dartog the month ra March, tn the trey aaah eared we Meer te had Iver, and, we are now lactog orders cine of steamers the Sud ipetant at 23) pnw. ltepiatration
ew anes ‘or the necessary twoachinery, wle., to £0, LaTox » | Clowes at 6pm
’ e the United Btatcs of Ainerica who was aad it it pone eettog thoroughly develop these properties, , Agents | Malle for Paramaribo per ua, 4 Murow |
ivitiog the West Indies with a view Aptat tteg of th T. THOMAS—Th “Th tv due | Jine” will Le uiraed on Monday Sant Inst
5 of settling down and entablixhiog « Tocn on ay furie sath Hat puldad Tyenenuvie, weedo tet ant cipate 5 here from Doremara’ and. Burinain on atVam, itegistration at wy an pre. i
Bat‘ factory on one or the other of the le- | wae Hamed alter lt a0 [be #1 po any, wore trouble iu operatin oth October, proceeding afterwards ty. i
hink that desire | other ieason the tock tree le‘kuuwn ¥ perating woder rae 5 alle for Pta. Colombia, Cartagon 4
. lande t we do not Tt art duet this fact would wake ft wore or Jew the Veneruelah Government than we jo. Barbadon, | ot Luci po Colon, Jaroulca, Cuba and New York per i
F - of hi a ever materi lz + hie pdly ual jutereating to the average reader, would under the Capadian or United care. P a ngere and tails, ‘ BT iLSt Ak Treat’ wil be closed on Tuselay
ee pas wo enth th he over’ eo eecele _— Btatcy Government, lan + passe! 21th dust. at F pi. Nogistratlon af 2.50 ‘
be Loco! Pa eve the VenezuelanGovern- | —— — —- ru, .
i cheer riniemycienese tse | MR SULIAN, G RUST IM nett tad The Howton Lice aff eects Uertasts |
i jaw strong au o Lucta, a Jn t, Ant
® cultivation, BARBADOS. hee eurtcubd bimeell with a capa ° &teamers Nevis and Bt. Kitts per raves + falanla’ ‘
. Wa pow .know today what a very te lean ble cabinet, The trade of Venezurla Guo, RB, Avator & Co. will be closed on ‘Luesday Zith Inst. 3 p.m.
reuiunerative bielnesathe growing of | In yesterday's fusue we quoted Mr. has inereased and le incryasing. Taxa- Lidl AGENTS. | Bepletration at 2.00 pn. .
coconuts ty and what wassald seven Julian Rust's statements {a an inter- tlon has been eustantially reduced, ORTENSIUE The us" Horteusiae’ ue or Uswernre IALB. “Bers,
, years ago pethaps holds good with , view given ta the Barbados Advucnte, and, speaking from our ‘ow Ti e ae will ta chmed on Tuesday 21th Inst. 1
ler force ab the present mo- | leferri to the char r bi ad) £, BD expe ‘te due here from Duengs Alres ou or [at 12 noou. Heylateation at 11.00 a2,
NIGH : trem grad errgae ehe Prevent mo | licieriog io the charge casing he lev hers fe erery, digoatn to pho ie A at tea an Ro | mam Nona wt Fartay sch
r Be? 6 Thle was the ontlins of the gentle [breach of Darhadoe Quarantine re. ‘ epee “on Ce ur and New | nyscoa’ will on Tuosday the tith
; wine rretecr soc! ibe dtats iach ee hacen Ger peal ier icra tS | Sal ee ee ee eee er tnnmstn
nei bepor eo 88 © Tro ty of forel d _ id Line of Mails for Grenada and New York
. awa o Begin with $15,000.00 and grow | pepers were making & lot of lt, bat it preputy, of fo ere dey other Trinidad Line ot |, Me rap nod Now, Vork by ihe 1
6 4 a WI Yoo E to $20,000.00, f wae evidently ee evatanding and couotry, aud as the Canadiao-Vene teamers, the Sith iust. at 3 po Registration close 4
> ARINE SQUAR . t. Want Lo erect a factory for | the preaccution a formality, (italice guvlan Ore Company, Limited, expecta Teintpan Batryixa & | 20 pus ]
a oaking botl: fixed and cevsentis! |! pure), Wealways thought, as many to live upto the obligations it bas TRADING CO, AGENTH. for arbadus and New Yorks by the
Sa —— olla, do, that the lovel Coney) for Rusela undertaken we are confident that the (town OP URANADA—The os ‘auari' wit be closed on Thureday i
Fi c. Blatt on small scale employing | wise curlous man, but we are now Government will not only do av they | a2 Crowe of Grenada’ of the Trinklad SAU lnslens at Fron Revcletration
irst and Foremost. oe fact a sane to Bun Ginvioced of DAL fact” “Does ‘le, hare ancerd to, but will telat in oveiy | dine" ce Ia Cotsen ad Ae dus to ~~
. way evelop properties we have rive there re el *
. . ved and filt ther that tbe # . ” aarive on Mrd October,
wanacecscne dred a ygsthering mate | to suguest that tbe reeete by tye aoqulied, ° | NENA DA, Rene ei uada’ ot | “A tlogd resovatorand syste tulller
brut Trinidad Line will leave New | withoal a pore ia the world of medi- -

ork for Trisided via Greuada ou toe ach | vine” be the verdiet. of parsons who hi
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