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IN IDA SUNDAY. APRIL Zt 1918 DAILY ONE PENNY
TE ORIC
gTEPHENS,/GLENDINNING'S
fr LIVITEG. .
ect arrived in prime condition

_Latest « Novelties

Sei onked Frag Hams JUST ATRIVED FOR
w6S1 U0 ;
Le atdty *Cookted andl of Our Gent’s Dept,

lictous Flavour

SHR
ac ANY OEE AT) ILLETTE RAZORS—in Nickel & Black Leather Canes,



TRINIRD FIRE 1459 . an
voraesetee (Marvellous Values) « :acicms

TELEPOONE No, —~- _— e °
A IN “Farming in Denmark”








TRIENNIAL SCRIP AND ANNUAL

OASH DIVIDENDS, m wu
— strat wit
HOB UaE Fags ot cn, A
0! ip may now |
1,

spply aé the Compary’s Ollieg for thelr Are Br Mn NORMA N LAMONT

For first triental Scrip flesued for
FRIDAY, 10th MAY, 1912
. j » t > Mf 5 t
Sreocha BZ GO'S [rece ss neue

Policies dated 1008,
of the Inetitutes

For second trieanial Scrip lasued for
Policies dated 1905, p ed fo
The Fubl Shitbng’ cache
be Public One Salthng each,

_ BARBADOS.

Brocery Dopt.



















The Annual Vash Dividends of 5 per
cent declared as on 3let December
2911, on fices and second acrip for
Polickes dated 100{ and 1003 and on
ficat acrip for Policies dated 10-6; 1007
and 1003 are also ready for diatribution,

$





Â¥. MATHISON,
ce Do. Do. Pocket Editions, Nickel Cases, Port of Spal Secretary and Teeesarer, NEW GOODS NOW OPENING,
hole Hams 9 to 12 tbs £8e.| AUTOMATIC: STROPPING MACHINES —fut Stropping | Pael8et!s ror, ° . M A R | NE * HOTEL
peer tb, Gillette Razor Blules, only 9Ge each, Sate
ed G0e per lh,



Silk Cords—Silk Girdles. ea ceanain Open

Eo cure rin. no AULO Slrop Razors, Strops and Razor Blades, For tho Summer Season

{POBATED APE i233) 2ho per lb
. ‘4

Trinidad Building and



















G2 Pyarurs . dle feria (SAFETY RAZORS at 1/6 and 5 - cach, for uxe with the{ LOan Association, |All Shades Cashmere at 12 cents.
F- APWLOLS Sse per Ib, Gillet Razor Blades. OF 1912.

OFFICE: 18 CHACON SIREET,
Telephone* &2,

IVIDENDS at 4 per cent to'}0th
June and 4) per cent to Slet
December 1911, were declared and
sanctioned at the last Genecal Meeting
and are now being credited ta the
respective accounte, after which tbe
usual Statcment of the Auditors will

in .{{Cold Lislo Throad Sox—with Fancy silk | yume Seen et ae
illum's & .raSpogial | ~ checks cents pate : rata aire Weta
f, sre 1 r NT rt balances standing at thefe credits;
Seoteh W aisky BOSTON GARTERS, SHAVING BRUSIIES sot Aarti anette
° TU D L N ke 6 sociation for eir reapective
YEARS OLD! - , ms which they may be enuiled. ot

romp HARM AL DE as ferton |SPIRAL WIRE ALRMLETS 8 cents and 10 cents pair, BLACK AND NAVY DRESS MELTON AT 246, | Umer the well known man.

agement of

Cambric All-Overs and Flouncings. MR.E.N. ARMSTRONG

3 per (lo,

= 38: <
ir manumiel” "| SHAVING SOAPS and CREAM.
PONS eh MeL ACK BA TSI k
SEC IBLACK BATSWING TIES in Silk Poplin—48e & 36e, —_— CLUSIVE MONT
Br I CK - 4 ale a a.
reries = PP rer Dy, Do. for evening wear, at 20e. naths vay to November,

GREAT BIG VALUES IN EVERY DEPARTMENT. |rrom 45 nous, UPWARDS,

According tu location of

SKEOCH & CO.|“88:.5—









A. B MATILISON, . * DRA. MARQUFZ
Cases contamntug 328 aud L N INNING & CO Secretary & Treasurer, 12 Frederick Street, Cfice : 64, Frederick Street.
Be ene teas eet J . G #H D ; o | PapotSpale | UL-TO DATE DRY GOODS MERCHANTS a ritigace fa Gold Crowas,

ern nnn f tte, Eanctaslity and estlefsction guare
o

















ye one

antred ioelt branchen— Telenhone 683



x



peldad's Lead: z Grocers, - HK GRIER WaAtTCE ee
EPHERS LMITD., | E M S Jatt rmseneswe | SAYLOR BOY” TOBACCO COMPETITION.) pqVANMAT Hite.
Tho Stouorecs, e e e 6 ye Shaatiy Goencd Pigs ree nes ALL COLLECTIONS OF CUUPONS MUs? BL HANDED IN TO —"S COVERNMENT HOUSED

mw _Oe Tongues Soorr Bown & CO. Te flowin bott watch ta bees
. reacely' ont areroor 6b
CRISTIES SODA BISCUITS, 6, BROADWAY, Port of Spain, Gulene fe publisbed, with a travalation le

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ue im 78 & 225, ! Kog lab, for generald formation,
* . - . . ive B a,
= wii wand biehsarede trends eee on or betoure the th May, 1012, and the canh Prise ato the y Comm ¢ ‘euacce,
HE WHOLE OF THE MACHINERY Try tiem ad be convlacad, salue of $230 will be awarde Land the maumes of the Winuers Wo. vss Uolvalal Becrevacy,
appoar in the various papers, two or three days aflerwards [ (Ne. 2%



% Luee nce. . : . . mh ew wan 7
Brand's Beef Ensen The Smoking Public are hindly requested to nave a AVIS AUX NAVIGATEURS
a 2 tortl . . % srize Competition, which MM. lee Caprtalues de navices acst
BRAN prowelog for gravics £ Goer, coupons fur the neat Hug Curl Bree find resent one. fofreme’ ae le vastivace vent dufea de
m Curry Powder, Cayence tepper | will follow shortly after the completion o I 116 det Hafent Herds, Guyase Frarg see,
vw BOUPS | fisre, AM ck Turtle, Os- leteas aotucilementa dé dre’, es que j seq a
ta

p t 1. :
Anny X U0, has now arrived, and clients
- + are cordially invited to in-

&

i i } O Mfe-bail, ue . ‘ wPEY p sS Lrp., Lendon, aan mee en 6.35 ea rue da laquile la
8S. “ CHOWN oF LEOH 8 ect what 1S without doubt a aio Ife-bail, Maltly For GODE REY PHILLIPS inp, - t éveesire vera prockaluewess tally ile ne
& fhe finest Motor Car Re alr- 0 Coles ie Lunch Tongues io THOS, W ORTIL, Representative slouent folk gomp er codengeee
50 Casos of ing Hquipment in the est ” Ostord sod Cambridge Sausigesio UVa avis sees ulioriourement publ é



~ quaat le fvoctivenevent s:ra a oouresa
Brand & Co, 19 pessport for all Mest nme on] | TAN

Preervesand Gronad fionds,



Jas, , : Indies. . nerarere ° ~ . EAN OT Cri

ie Eitan 1» @ Cus A LARGE STOCK OF Mecleagatywoersr inn, | WC ROSS & CO vsany IRANSLATION,

x ‘ ‘ Oe oO ree DB decoa COLONIAL DISPENSARY, NOTICE TO MARINERRS,

} and Liqueur Whisky a faney oer G4 B, Hocanee ol Anch (Qestuh. 12067) Captatas tL vane e aro Dotihed that the

7 7 ickles—Obow chow—siirkias, . , working of the light on the Isles
C esso Huved Fickes how Mallle’e While HEADQLARTEMS IN LUE WEST INDIES Log ALL THE MOol ” Menten’ Pardo Fieach Galans, & ot
' . . a rar, 3 ‘i . preaswt defetive, an : andl:
W100) yur Cana I u, a Ducal sme of the ont pve | |RELIABLE ENGLISH, FRENCH & AMERICAN PATENT MED CINES. |} Essisiaprorey the ecemary) wate au

we Yop Kotle lar brendeat regaler prise; IL aD connort on with which will be soca comes
.

Cakes=8choo, Kralt, Geovs, Mauily, Try us drat for anything required in the Drag Line. pleted, *hey sbouli cot re'y om a light

i , : a . ing showa at th's pile’,

KER) LNW) ShED SHORTLY ARRIVING, Hoyal 5 Feta de, fala gras Trail, 0 Pbysigana Erussiptionn Accaralely Prepared at all hour ben iberoetioe w'l be pab'iobed who

inten ton jos fa hala Qala tu stsorment. | | Blectric Night Hell. (Queewt Street. © | yretehr te sent ta ron wk oe onde.
a iti Ut to be had at— LS SS Son “OTICE

mii Uhs s stuchade's In addition to thepr esent | |aui NOTICE



k of Carbide, Sparking
Pups, Wire Terminals,
Springs, Brake Wire, &c., &C,

M W. GOODING ~ TENDEHS FOR REPAIRING, WINDS
N , : TING GOVERN.

ZELEPHONE ee, e OL ING Nl eee ND Vv oT SUES,

DEsitvas \JUST ~ Arrive 9 | ancy TENDEIA este = trades

CHMHOS GREAD Oe per tla

ASS (or regulation Cloeke " aul addressed
gee Sete Funeral Establishment teaser tae
ets RHE) | RAVBESTOS BRAKE LINING — ax - AND FOR SALE. poset ee kM, fi

witb the etasdard tims aa Lied by the

Livery Stables mx STORE: signal ooh Towcrol the Harbear Pullen

. la thozough repair,
the Guvernuent C.erks, aod repajiing and

°5 Accra... (100 GASES “SILVER CHURN” MILK, Sierra

UF, OuUHIE =~ Manager. Ch CREAM ios ai 2, WY. Kuss
- < ‘LT oha a Cotea: retary.
RECEPTION VAULT FOR CORPSES ! Clonal Beoretery 6 Off 7

volta SHPHBT | TIBRCES NEWFOUNDLAND CODFISH, | serve ot tren Soot:
NOPICe: | prams HALIFAX CODFISH, tare |Sete See Me ee

wi art by (019 ebow!
wing :
J KFEKH 1 ivd io tosmer aetlee which M ! ou Boll,

spymred ie woke gs 2. smospt invested on Heal Becar

the pute” eecraty. ed
steams ee| Wassals Bros, & VON GOWbArd, “hrs gat « wnme

10 Cascs of AS USLD ON LONDON ‘TAXI CABS,

Buick Motor Cars

PRICE $1,200.00

Sereen, Hood, Tools



BE Aegon COMPLETE Lamps, Horn,

~ ot 24 per Ib, and Bpares.
RUATIPHAL Leen nnn een . c
DAILY 198 5 or pt 6 s . 1. Vinovet, or \ ‘ Lurount io Tresqures s Maud
H ——— PHONE 96, OPEN DAY & NI HT. Rotate of so4 HEBEL giteranced ) 70, 380 UWTEL OWA vy L onda UEP atly S.etien
‘ - . he
€ deve tn ao ecu, leer M7 e, ib March 43ts,
BS Loweet Brice’ 9% ~ 18h Feb, Wise,

ee

TVEMOBIA INSTITUTE,



«
t

_ TH PoniiOMsBAtN Gast SuNoay/ aPart 2 v9 ieemein —

noire ne aD Colonthd S-cretary’s Office,

A TRIBUTE OF APPRECIATION . 24th NSvewibee, 1011,

my py PARLATUVIER—TOBALD, ee Sg rer
ree The following ad Irew was pre seeted | in achucwieler the troript of year

ae .
, .
ow ao Zope oh oe wy tare SParttuvter ina ou to the Iter Sth. Grey EAL ob | tenter of beste! Inslent And Lainform
x je

, f the
7 . ti Be cette tis Lectcn wereives ut the | Witten tity. tbat the Protest
OD * © Seen Hite bo tbe on inid, team acon, | Cathedral af thelioiy Trlalty. for7en., Vorklogmen'e Association 1n conse.
} PPTs 1. :
Will Prompt
| .
Ls .

trough. The coastal ktearuee “Hpey" | only. The reply uf the Revergnd gen | (lon with the question of Rec{procity
é e . 1‘ 5 4 'e'
I Is a hiost Efficient Antisepi., crete and -Mild


















HE TRINIDAD JEWELRY CQ]

ome EEE

WEDDING PRESEW

"ER & ULEOTRO PLATE. Ono
In 5101 Best Quality kept in stock,” 2
































































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ded t— with Canada, whieh was forwarded
Frcrind you tate ta"eliber water | SP Rat oiapetn, 5 | These mil be irapeatied to, ee
t » 23th Marc tig’ ono
ret ibe eebele wey atthe Heke Ta the Rev. A. H. Grey: Atiina. State for the Colonies by the outgoing
vMlaye Two small shops, which o¢ Rey, and Dear Bir, We feel that we | mail. Lhave de.
among other goods, wine and malt, | should forward theee Hines thoes eh ay AS rewaoon,
oe ° meebihe people's wante fa thle respec’ short aod simple, to you, tot! an hal (Sgd. BM Secretary.
Germicidal Ointment , the one owned by a Tobagonlan, and } for yeur besutiful and most help olonia
n EHR eZhcrneaiananetee | aude atin cava freed | Talila Wesigeset® Toca
t are pictur. C)
It is used with Success in the Treatment of Eczema, | roves Rving tog ube background, to | Woly Sviaty Cathedral. ike others Poreot eran,
" 7 Forest ve, or | who have alre: —-
Hemorthoids and Skin Diseases. Meee rile eetied ci ibe | Eee ere eC aaa ewan | Ononhlersiaars On
. Ume of writing'In datk greea tree Pe 7 t "i On
tai d itching of the akin, bon, and wecan assure you, sir, tha Blr.—With reference to my
I peel cece onde en found in the affedied skin ard cleanses peeceryt and where the wild OB et mors our fas ed ieee oan ‘det ered wo ato f ot bee i th ob Na re:
. rd ie the open sea an ew 6 0 be clas r
a. tt ot eee ine blood vessels, induces healthy blood eupply and the to ibe north Pigeon “Tih Whe Bigteat the. mbich ‘brovgit, them ton ead tmlntorn pauthae the prota adres
rapid fe cose was ex a y
- 1 1 Ferrante ot ea the treatment of severe and advanced cares gad In the island. Of the coe tor hope at your efforta have been | 2 a Beoretaty of Btate for the
Whe mre “ Five Sleters.”. The Government bas | blessed and much good wil) ensue. Colonics on the 10th November las io,
anafry, new Reat House very pleasant: While appreciating atnillar work on | connection with Reelprocity wt
ly placed, and cooveniently furnished | former occasionsdone by other preaclt- | Canada was transmitted to, wt
onelevated land not far away froin | ere, we toay here be permitted toex- | iarcourt by the mail of the i 6
theeca which is especially provided | prese the b that we shall bavethe | November, and that ite receipt wae
for Ite travelling officers aod certain | privilege and pleasure of hearing you acknowledged by the areas of
other folks, Mr. Thom le the courteous | 00 future occasions. SI State ina deepatch dated the :
carctaker. AltbOugh thelong spell of} We remain Rev. and Dear Sir. | Necerober. acelleney's
dry weather continues, yet garden . Yours faithfully, 2 Lamte express Illes Face! y
still ae corn, sweet potatoes, plan> | The Men who attended your Lenten | regret that you were not previously
tains, bananas and so oo are green, addresses, | informed of this,

we



o

e Right Goods at the Right Prices, Only one quatity.~7

a
Ice Pitchers. Brush $
Salad Bowls, Fra
Ice Tubs, Perpas

Liqueur Sets, Guile

Sold tot cilcpubte Tubes and one-half pound tine
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS,

"THE INTER-AMERICAN DRUG AND TRADING CO.,

NEW YORK.
Sole Agente: SMITH BROS & CO, THE BONANZA ERUG STORES

































































a= =| fresh, aod in general good growth. (Signatores) Shave &e, ea & Coffea Sets
nen - moe se Compare these appearencea Ee hore —— (Hed.) 8, Wr etaone. T }
° ofthe Sandy Point Division-ofthe THE REPLY, on 0 Waiters
: island for instance, and mark the The Vicarage, Arima, The Honorary Secretary, tat .
— — 1 ons great contrast fron there where, even , April 19, Trinidad V orkiogmen ‘a Avsoclation. Crata
AT ~ * |} thé common bush growthe have a Dest Sire t hare been no busy in Port-of-8palo. ruts, ‘ i
it 4 settling Paiish matters prio ome
diled s And yihered | aoe neh departure that I have hed hutte oppor- Port-of Spain. Flower = tands,
s | \ 5 productive and it follows, are Rell | tualty to write to you before thie, 2tst, Deceniber, 101 Vases
suited for the planter's wants, Fine] idesire to express to you oy Moet | TRIVIDID WORKINGHEN'S ABAOCTAs 5
1 young stock graze here and there; also | elmcere and heartfelt gratitude for the TION (INCONPORATED.) Frit Dishes:
pige and fowleare seen about, me | most kind expression of your appreci- —
° . 34 miles off. at Big Engilshman's Bay, | Stiva of the Men's Bervices during | ‘The Hov. 8 W. Kxacoa,

Leat. I felt when asked by the Arch- Colonial Secretary,

deacon that The he Brest onour wet er ~l pave the honour 1 tre
done me. e large attendance a! ‘opies of a Meroorandum

itstnaaned aed Ay rel Thomeon at the each, as well as the great attention the institution of a Special court o

has bis residence and property, Rivers. | paid were most eocoureslog tome, | A peal from Magistrates’ decia one

dale, Extensive preparations for | and I can onty sey thatif, by God's | with a request that His Execllency

further coconut and cocoa planting | Urece, I have beenable to reader some | should transmit same to His Majesty's

at Big Englishman Bay are under way; | assistance to the spiritual welfare of | Principal Hecretary of States for the

large fruit trees having been felled, those te Bhom I was privlcned ie Colonies, Ihave &e.

then fired, and lastly tha lands lined, |] 8Pe iy | (Bed. ADRIEN freantos.

80 as ty be ready for the next planting | grateful.
Phe Teed hardly asy how much I shall ees

Ti the slope eee oe visnbidens ble treasure the letter recetved from you. TRIN;DAD WORKINGMEN'S

depth aod in consequence pregipitous. | Wishing you all happiness and prow ASSOCIATION,

Of all the stulking wild planta, perhaps, | pecity both in your social and public —

thatof the tall Cabbage Palm is the | &s well avreliglous avocatlons, I bid | sesonaNorot OF THI ABROUTATION

more conspicuous for Kk Is to be aren | You God epeed. ON APPRALS PROM MAGISTRATE

aud Little Engtishman’s Bayarethepro-
perties reepectively of Messrs. Wm.
iba!

OUR STOCK OF

HATS, HATS, HATS!

SHAPES AND TRIMMING MATERIALS IS COMPLETE
BULAPES At AND UPCFO DATE

spy - EEIGHEL

ARE THE STYLES & VALUES OF OUR MILLINERY DEPAR'MT







in great numbera together but are Yours very Faithfully — .
i ; dvantaze to sce our Lines, givlog way to the axewan se village eet Hs GREY. | Po The Itigut Honorable ovis Dan:
It will be to your auvantage los operations widen out. The trunke of COURT, Hie ales ye Principal
this palm are cut up Into rough boards COURT LISTS Becretary of Site one reed
geen as many as 10) to 1) being apiit out of sig e yatizht Hon’ t es re tie Associa.
$4 The Exchange the larger growu trees. These are sold Mooday, Hon ber to, re peal iitention in
Flowers MOUNTS, | corte firmotcbertoiter paces or | — ORDINANY JuIISDIOTION.” | WTautlntat dallions erieing te
- the building of small houses and sheds. , ° Barbadoes, and to he .Invalyal
9, FREDERICK ST, ne &

At Parlatuvier many of the homes of MOTION.



services it renders. They -beg to





OUR |
Hardware |
Lepari



ia |v. Owner of Schooner the inutitution of a suwilar
——————_—_—_——_————_—_—— the peasantry are so constructed and | ,, Garcia | suggest the ine
7 - finished off with # thatch roof, This | ‘‘Cyraos. Court in Trinidad.
. a = RR MM ] tof Tobago is fast becoming ver: TRIALS, We hare dc.
. ts) RP ~ he oval t o [portant an when the thousende ot at v, Woodroffe, da Costa v. (Sgd.) ALFRED RICHARD E EIPT Or A fo
a ® ° a Stea Pac e o Peaigge inaddition ie those aircade inh Before Mr, Justice Russel.) 1 (Sgd,) ApMIEN Hitanion, IS IN R C
a in that conition, It can easily be seen lu Trinidad Butldiag and Loan Assocla- Hon, Secetary, HIP M END OF
GUS.—The RMS “ Tagus” is duo hero from Southampton via Uberbourg | or ima ined what the roromercial tloa v. Charles. Friday. Port-of-Hpaln,, 1 S f\ a
oT 4 ‘ 2 c he , ig la ah ~ . .
Us Bt. Michaels (Azores) and Barbados on Tuesday the Zird Instant, The eye along tice are oo atlapte SUMMARY JURISDICTION, 2th Dee. 1911. —?

to, Uolombia, Oartagena, Colon,
Bcd lll leer toe a taking ie tats sssengers only, cargo and mails,
eee end Apuliveare. the Pigbthouss Jotty, Queea’s Wharf at 4 p.m.
with perenmeres for tbe chee dtbat beir baggage must bese2nt down to
the tee tre eee eae Be ‘Vincent Wharf, not later than 9a,m. to bs
taken to the barge for a ea gue * sill work in strict quarantie,

“§-* Derbice” will leave on Tuesday 2rd {st for Ore

ER wide atatow OF
B pada, St, ViastotubLigdiouse, Jetty Queene Wharf at 5 p.m, with
paseongers and theirbaggage for the Berbice, .
All baggage for the above named ports miuet be delivered to the Cowpsny's
Ughter at the St Vincent Wharf, not Ister than 9 a.m. on Tuesday the 2rd
moigation. ,
Ineant for fame + Berbice” will be received only up fo # pmt, on Mon-
day the Z2ad instant.

ALANTIA.—The ILM.E. “Dalantia’ will leave here on Tuesday the 2icd
B instant forDomerara, taking passengers, cargo, and mails. .
The tender will Jeave the Lighthouse Jetty, Queen's Wharfat! p.w., with
the** actia.”
Peal begs or for Demerare ninst Le del vered to the Company's lighter at the
st Vincent Wart, not later than Saw. ou Tuewday the rd fostant for

able for slipping purposes that givea
sutiicient aceourtmodation and facili:
ties, there will be no difticulty In send-
ing away the produce to the right
markets.

Lots lof vigorous oun. Avocado
pears aie observable about the districts
we, that.ior-wth Bt be behind ‘ae «
celler, the villago possesses a church
(Anglican) which ia under the control —
of the Vicur, the Rev. Me. Eachrane,

tbe lives at Pp! mouth, with a day TRINIDAD WORKINGMEN’S
‘hvol thas hed. Northwarda Hea ASSOCIATION,

‘ Colonial Secretary's Office,
Nth March, 1012
wtitodeliniee {2.0 forwarding a
Memoiandunt addresaed to the Secre-
tary of State for the Colonles suggest-
ing the institution In Trinidad of
Special Court of Appeal from Magle-
trates’ decisione, ] am to inform you
that Mr, Harcourt has directed? that
our Association be notitied chet he
as received and considered their
Memorandum; tat that the law of
Trinidal already provides for an

Charlotte Ville Rot at by a bridle
appeal from the Magistrate's Court fn
A MExtiNG of the Trinidad Working: | alt serions cases and [e, in fact, more

track, or by boat if arrangements
made with the local flebereaen as wat
the habit of the late Warden-Magis- | men’s Association was held under the | liberal in that respect than the law ja
trate, Me. Rosseau wheo travelling on presidency of Mr, Alfred Richards at | force in Eogland sand that he concurs
uty. The Principal resideota, we | the Hall of FLU K.P. Friendly Society | in the Governor's view thatits altera-
understand, as Pay latuvier are the | at No 2d Prince Street, Port-of-Spain, | tlon fa neceusary.
ave de,

fatnlies respectively of Fergusson,

Leansont, Frank aod NMecWWelllngton, attendance, mong those present (Ngd.) 8. WW, Kx aqua,

farlgnton Avila lay shot °Paratanien a | Rew Dedede see "85 | the Monoraey setae mE
% . ” 2 . Parlatuvier, to . Dr. : , i

ane aseg (forthe Balantia” will be seceived culy upto2 p.m, on Monday muy tnd {4 & beautifol place and i Bours, Ke Skerretts Robert Tous: (rae at nttlngiaeds Arsociation,

—— ol of bein 1, t Q .F, .

IP RE. «The 1.9. fient™ Iv due here trom New York, via hence through the coleemns Ot a dally int, F. Pujadas, ¥. Farrell, F. Legere, Poit-of-Spain,
Antilla (Oybat, Jamaica, Colon, Cartagena, and Pto Colombia on Monday pewepaper,

the 2th lastant, aod will leave the nextday for Sovthamptou, via Barbados,

St. Michaels (Azores), and Cherbourg, taking lst class and deck passengers,

d mail
"The tender will feave tha Lighthoure Jetty, -Queen’s Wharf, at 4 p.m. with

TRIALS,
(Before the Chief Justice.) .
Trinidad Coaling Co. v. Ward Price
& Co., Chow Lin On v. Springer, Stoll.

mer HEY wstrce frusseti,)

Clarke v, Anlestle ietanden
Before Mr. Justice Swan.)
Guillaume v. Stewart.

Marline
Spun Yar

MANILLA AND.

i TARRED Roe

Table and Dessert Kas
. Forks and Spoons

THILLER AND LEADER}

.

on Thursday night. There was a fair

oa)
T. Crevell, Meda’ Frederick, J.T:
Mitchell, 4. A. Burkett, and G, Abdul:
lah and many others,

Among other husiness the folloging
corres udeope was read and con:
sidéi t



DEATH OF REY. FRAHK DE
WITT TALMACE,



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Inthe North Atlantic service al a
between I8i1 and 1900, po fewer than
hvent ‘four big steatnera were fotalty

lo out of human ke dge,
together with their crows and pamen: weneee Hon, Becrelary.
Bere, numbering J,45 he President, Euelosure)
with 138 soule on bard, waa the f : "
of there to be fost for ‘ever in site wonsinomlN's” Bboctarion,
The € “ of Glasgow disappeared {

oF

States for the Colonies.
1 have eto,
(SaD.) ADRIEN Hitanion,

r the * Trent.” ——
pate es i ohasengere for Furope are specially fotified that a baggage LOST LINERS. orp piebol Beal. Revd. Frank Du Witt Talmage, of
Ughter to be despatched to the“ Trent” will leave the St Viocent Wharf, -—~ The Hon. 8. W. Koa, CMU the Chambers Wylie Church jn Pitas
et Ip, onthe day of sailing, and passengers are therefore requested to are | , In anarticle on “ Lost Liners” [n the “Colonial Secretar aes detphla, dled recently at the age of 44 AT
that their baggage is sent down before that hour. March number of Chambers's Journal, Sine] havethe hecour t 1 from beact disease Tle was s son of — ih a
All baggage for Bar’ »dos muat be delivered to the Company's lighter at the | Me Joseph Horner recalls the number ice of a Semorandeny ‘Canadian the late Rev Dr. 1. De Witt Talmage, .
Bite patra abode toad | in ean ang | Earn Cag neat pa areas | TO SUIT ¥#
a orl -leario “EP i
one Ay baguege which has not been fumigated cannot recelved | hota single eurvivor to tell dhe story Excellency should trenswit same to booke tea vow Yee oemne iiber RICES o S Y las
an Sard. ro His Majeaty’s Prieclpal Secretary of ed ach in preaches
A.—[be 8.“ Hilaotia” will nov be going to Venczuels a .

short time before his death, De,
Talmage preaching from Ps ge. Qa,
olserved that ju one of the towne io
New York dtate, at the close of the
laut century, thirty-six profane men
fortned thenvelves lato « club, calling.
themselves the “Society of Druida.”
They met regularly to deride fand, if

Carupano, Vampatar, and La Gusyra, on the th iostant owing to
quarantine restrictions atihe above mentioned ports,

MEDICAL INSPECTION.

- L PASSENGERS for the Northen [lands, Demerara, Barbados, aod
i me nee present 'hewselves a’ the « Mee of the Port Mealth Oflicer, for
BModical Inepectionat the f towing Lours



















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. they could, damage Coristianit A

Demerara horthern Islands ISH} piaout leasing a Hace. and ahe | ""waction witn RECIEMITE Wie” | MiKlit inthe apurea of thelr awtel

3 iM Ist and fadclass 3 had 40 soute on Leand, “In 4a the CANADA, 1 | auceting they burned a Iibie and ad-
Met & 2 deless .. Mam, Vache nce Pm Pacvpte, with a living freight of 24 — paliistered | what ee intended to

ae vo. oer le rom verpou! n Jad eo e 6acramen a di ar” .
Barbados and Europa wasnever more head off ‘The Tene | 7° the RI DS aoty etree eee Two of them died that night. Wittie MARINE SQU. ARE
Ist end 2nd class. Fr. neat i 190 eons, Pee poole Lary of tate foF the Colonies, {hice days thice were drowned. In
chera . : ' ie yo Righ

five years ail of the thirty-six came to
a bad ead, Before Justices of the
Pyace It was aworn that two were
otarved todesth (in plentiful America);
seven were drowned: eight wern whots
five comuitted suicide ; seven ied on
the gallows ; one was frozen to death;
and three died accidentally, Incidents
hke that, eworo to. shou id be enough
any propo. reve

blaspuemous i} javiour. rent and

nn no way could the fact tha -
delity will not, nay, cannot, helpaoyers
die well be sa powerfully presented
as by the incident concerning # inan
falling illin Parle duet after the death
of Voltaire, when & profeasional turn
wad called ln. She asked: © Ig the
gentleman @ Chilstian #” « Why do

Mloo’ble Sir,—Thia Asscelation
beg Lo protest against the question of
Reciprocity with Canada belag treated
ae ove which canceroe Merchants and
Sugar Planters only or even princi.

my ith regard to Merchants, the As-
scclatlon subst, with all due defer.
euce, that they have really no claia to
be heart, A Nerchant should accomo-
date himae!f tothe Policy required in
the weneral joterest, not expect it to
be fashloned to suit bin,

Koger Plantersare oo doubt in a
different position, Ia the case how-
ever of any ferour belng obtained tor
them, the Toevitable quid pro que will

drawn from the pocketa of those
engaged [n other Industries and from

NOTICE.

'YABHENGERS from Trludad to ether Barbados or Kurppa are respectfully

} foformed that it will be; wconsary for bh-a to undeegd Yedlaa! loepection

Ly the Port Health Oficeron ariival at Barbedos before piratique te wlyen to

hi

t Pesengere are therefore earnestly re que-ted Lo be in readiness Lo atiend [n
the Saleen on arrival a Karhadas eee

em nn

~
SIRCULAR TICKETS.
Firat Coase tie) «aie teoued trom Tilnided to poutbawpton via New York
end tack direct «w Trinidad or vice verea for an inclusive fare of £50,
Thite tickets ae available between New Youk and England apd veren by
pteamere of the American, Atlantic Transport; Cunard and White Star

Boaten, with 170 persons, vanished ia
IS, ‘The dfuronun, aw Allan leer,
Gisappeared in JU; and the ritleh
unboat, Conder, was lost in the
Pacificin 10L In 1988 @ cattle-steam-
ee, the Naronic, with beventy-veven
heods, wae lost.

As to the [Lie causes of th:
catastrophes, are only posable ‘te
sui tileg capaizing ; damage froni with:
in puck ae erpiusion, breakdown of
machinery, or fire; or damage
without, such as collislon Witten ee
berg ot with a deielict bulk, have al
Leen suggested to explaln the loeses o}
vessels. “The Cuplain aspelzed, and
hundreds of lives were loat, ‘acd it ts
gow general) Assumed that the
Woarulus capsized by season of to



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. Rede ese ay
WV Ebere Just o ned up 9 farcher ebipurent of this TXL 6

all ‘bode who have Sos trled sama ti d>s0 without to a

4 1b, Packages 8) cents, ‘{ Ib. Packages to cents 3 0% eo,

Line .

tickets are available for 12 months from date of sue and ‘mission

‘ to. ie ptaaired to break the poreue at doy orall ports touched stow the direet
dren i to 10 yeare aren,

goa ass reular Uekete are issued at au exclusive oharge of £86,

Heclprocity — arrangements with
Cauada; such arrangements can only
result in sowe additivual subsidy to
suman et the expense of ot ber industiles
a the.

the tiverabl tal you ask that?” responded the i : fi
Children tolZyearahalffare, iat for Garmuaun Paw. heaviness : \s to damage ie toachin: claaee ‘ " a _ ee penger. The mammn erie: vt aun the At MEDIC A I HL A I iI J, Lig
ext Ballings for rapane. Pan- Parts, which hed a Lig each in’ ot ex eee tn te On ethene rotors last ilnewe; aad foe all th th i
haticall ad © wealth of | -
Koxt Sailicg to Eerope pater, and La Guayra. of bet eugine cous ia baal Bhe Gos | oplalon one trgard to any and all fares Lateuld never, iC could help GEORGE VERSELLES—General May
Ue Rr ure . ‘

BILE 14ths Me
Abia ED [READ
. Labolling of Baggragro.

Paseegors are requested to see that all their baggage ss properly Jebel
or te shipment. .
Labels can be obtained at the Company e Ofice.

For all further particulars apply at

went the Irish coast, but though both
engine rooms were filled with walor
Ja ten minutes, she was kept atloat
owing tu her watertight LOM part-
mente for thire daya lif help Lawe to
to tdw bee into Queenstown fp tbe
came offs tire everything, probably,
sige and if tins beppened far tee
ae, tis happen: or
» the chances of Nacue would be



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An Olt oy Ment, ~—Cansdlan Heal.

{ug Ol be not a jurtl
ou nose thrown. id pedletoal

pushed by asivertisiug, U he resus
of the careful investigaiae’ of tt
curative qualities of cettaln alle as

tosses of the population,
© havo the Lonuur la be
Your most ubedieut and huwhte
servente,

(6av.) ALouny Richa
Fieol deat.



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OM AN Ԥ Q = | Temute. Heavy weather aud tidal (6uv,) Avaign Hivamion, rare oubination ib won a To
, ' | H E C P y F F ( rE waves with the vider vessels, at . Keoretary, blie f from fad kept to”
PORT-OF-BPAIN, MAKINL SQL ANE i tate wer probably outer teasous for Pot died Be” | Re crc om the Bev, Aimal a Gittens' Carriage Fact
bbiprerec Horomer 21: double ite powes to repels cat Yea, TOAUARETE ROAD wiome ©





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BRUCE 18May" peyip :
MAY" DENIES OVER
PMOL OF 0 Mawes VTawTme, IVa,
































































of waile from those fivating, lasting
for an hour, dying gradually away
into anawfal silence. ‘Ihete was great





















































sullervingamung the survivors-some : Jase, The woman was arreated Gy
were fiozen te death fa the boats, COMMODITIES rought befone Mr. TE Power’?
and others rescued with theie clothing | & 2th Apel, W12, on Voday and remanded to the 20th

frozen to theie bodiew, She disbeliavea
that Captain Smith committed suicide

CHAIRMAN BRUCE ISMAY'S

2 DENIAL
Me. Bruce Iemay Intertiewed, denies
the “Titanic” was ever tun at full
epeed. bhe never made her full num-
ber of revalutions, and no effort was
made fora maiden record. He left in the
last boat. Questioned regarding ths
sufficiency of iife saving apparatus, he
declined to answer; but ha welcomed
an Investigation by a committee of
United States Senators who met blin
on board the * Caipathla” to assure
hia attendance before the committee,
to whom he had already commun:
cated his impressions informally

New York, April 2th.
Me. Bruce Ismay waa the firet wit-
news hefore the Senate Uomnilttee, and
testified. He took the last boat, be-
cause there were no more women
-— byace.. wiben the bost was ready;

HE LEFT IN THE LAST | sraphed. ‘STE
” CARPATIT a's CAPTAIN'S TES-

BOAT, TIMONY.

fs

‘The Captain of the “«Oarpatbia,”
“CARPATHIA'S”” CAPTAINS TES-
TIMONY.

MEAT inst in, berowa surety. tt is ang:
142 Ozen: 4.aibe, Opentog price IS, | Bestet (hat the man this in order
t and Ze. Closing price 12 Piod Toe, is et ridofthe woman who was at

2 Calves: 23tibe. Opening price Ze, js house.

Cloali toe 18, oT TATE
13 Hogat Fibs. Opening price 15e. WATER, WATER, WATER

Closing price 12c, i



Much credit ie due ta Mr, Harris
rsueeg BR Scling pce an ne, | Hereai Warden ef Nari fo
‘ are applying tt wantry distil
zbiign tite, Seling price ax, zi, feuneiing the country, dlatota wie
ve no, | 4 practically a waterfamine, He bas
reuerantias Giro vpoviny”” | ine oueine throueh the Kledgre of
Ponti rwsafealy, Lets, Moe | tant, Village named aghre,'« 7
Halle, Moun Tren bee hipped vane ihe district wita that preclous Tigatd,
Ord ee eee. s, Tomatoes, Cush Mersr sO ECLA LS
Cush, Cucumber, Parsley, Bread | 74) having bought over toe kn
‘! 5 M Wa
Smallquentity—Sea mone, Case, Molou- | Will comutence a Dig Cheap Baie ee
genes, Guinea Pepper, Ochroes, the store in High Street to-morrow,
es, Claret Bite ae us sarin: AUC MIGE wil dust for one week
Ord eee ealet te Pawpaw, Star sacritice, San bernandiang wil hare
Apples, Soursop, Water Meloo, bagel thla week securing the

Goose berries.
Small quautity—Topi-tamba, Gr legal a
“Fat park,” Guava, Poiedous, Cus-

tard Apple. HIS MASTERPIECE,

Rial,

P| —_ » Red fieh, Ca .
eer a ean Aecktet Teccteu. rete, popes borellat had hed a tough
+ Fe
Sinall quant ty~bhiimpe, Grouper, ihe hed his talents in peor esteem
= 4 . Ry Fucks | aud eften arge ry ry something
ont eg Pork ‘ghtiapes aud Urabe | olae, for the was somellines bungry
small quantity. and all the time ilielad, Bat one dey
es hisluck changed. He bagan to make





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Cg tht ges nn cel att IN Dit Et.



Rostrom, teviltled: commending the
conduct of all the survivors and the
crew, and that he regarded the "Ti-
tanic’s' course aod management as

t.
OT EMORIAL SERVICE AT ST.
PAUL

8.
London, April 20th.
The Lord Mayor and BSheritfs, mem-
bere of the Cabinet. and diplomats
attended the Memorial Service in
Saint Paul's QGasthedcal yesterday.
Thounnds were usable to enter. Alt
stood during the playlng of the Dead





IE REGARDED THE ‘TITANIC'3*
COURSE AND MANGEMENT
‘AS CORRECT,

MEMORIAL SERVICE AT ST.
PAUL'S

LONDON NE‘VSPAPERS NERCI-
~ LES$ CRITIUISSL



alld aan Masaptse PZ









—— u money. Aud thera camea day when

y 3 ‘ 3 of q { 4 | 2 WITHOUT ANY ire! Ch to Maach from “saul” Hundreds wera MR. LAMONT AT THE VIC- hoe pole ta write hla cheque for
‘ | te € es + 5 £ . b Wireless Chaos in United States unable to control thelr emotion, and TORIA INSTITUTE $10) and paste ited ith te e.

STEAMED. i Ea | — a SE | Lf SPECIAL CONDITION —— sobs were suilble, Mr, Catlinle, the No . reife foe Milled with tears ae obe

& . $1 <5 |
TT ees i | FROM Mr, Halde'a, the “Titanie’ surviving COPPUMEMURIAL SKEUVICE IN Noruan Lamont» lecture *Farmiog | she hastened around the table and put

ign Navanue fr 8g far gE Se ARE: ape 1 AE rien onetatr, Intertered PY p HiiaLis ie Demat cept | Bes acts avert ek EH ke

a |Alar, ars : : ° , “Time's” reporter, describes bis col "
. Apr. 10 |Apr. 23 Apr. 24]. Stay 11 . , . 1 Sorvice will beheld ia Joria fostivute on Vsldsy the JOU tatoo, your work This fs the beet
ARO tee. u age. 20 ar By P af 8 \May 4 Mey i $2,000 Upwards league's Phillip’s herofc performance 5h ere habla so aurrow. May nett at 6.4) pom Admiulon to | thing yoa Seen wrote," @

«. [May
We OF Navanng) | pr. way I /May 6 diay lt ote ae Tiler rhea even ener tbe lecture will be as fullo. ai Mem:
aba

‘May 21 May 22 |Sey #9 whom Buide

In the act, tried to} LORD MAYOIUS FUND aQuow-













33. age

tyr. #0 latay ‘8 [May Apply to bers and Associates uf the Institute ~ —
2t |May 31 ~ aoe 8 pe'y tesla lifebuoy Lride had fasiened on nG. ‘ 1 . —_"

icas : i : May ay May y ay P (Tue It [June 12 jJane 19 Phillips, who continued wirelesslig | The Lord Mayor's fond has reached Fee se ate oe eee ey
Nae Navanue’ | ‘une 8 June ld June at . June vy throughout the scene, Hilde Jasteaw | £50,000 and is growing. 1! pets o ‘of ite Agriculture ind ands
tape tuue 7 (uustd fuse ls: . | Sune Huns w [aly Phillipe wirelessing after Captain y . i FLoon | * story & PRICES CURRENT.

Juty iuly 9 . oly 17 BOTTOMLEY ON TH teoure Syeten,
axe [ions July 8 un? uly aly 19 Waly w [uly £7 . faith bad ordered every wan to look te, Bote | ® Cutses of sgiloultural prosperity. —_

“yo . . or bimee! ' Cominoms, Mr, Bot- y
“Tho 8S " HOW THE “TITANIO’ STRUCK || Jn the House of 1 1, Eduoation
_— —_.—_----- iH oved to adjuurn tu call at- , y . . pril 19. \petl 20,
STEAMELs SAIL FROM TIER 31, BROOKLYN. h toros, THE ICEBERG. cney ete Hoard’ of ‘Trade's.tn- Pe ee ET cboule. NEw: yout

al ural Beboula Fouls
















f ., Ltw—New York and Trinidad . ‘ warlermdster Moody, in an intea- life Me. :
ct, Dene a ee A oom PING OO" CONNELL & LO, LTD)—Demorsm | Financial, Commercial and Insur- wo states the "Litectc" was stea tue toed Peete etal Soren hi tow oe University. Slater Clears or bs .
‘D ance Ageais ing @1 knots, under orders for @ rood | inat it wae not desirable to legislate rae ee end Purchase AYE per Tre SEDO F1 a3
* Do not carry passengers from new New York, b maides, pares, Salts ported the helen ina panic, and the subject dropred. 1S, bruail Holdings, Me eicted pos bal $3.00} 5.90
u rene DY: SRULL! ; . e
“I S RECOVERED too late ¢ and ehe struck therlinerged NKWSPAVER eRe by fil, OO ee farming COR caaen’s per brl. o .
; NVESTMENT WANTED STAMP e — <= , Petey OFFICERS ACCOUNT. serpents Pre are disvatisfied with 3, Do-wperatlon anong elk ey Mess par bel — 19).80] 19) 20
- §OR -- ret cl * r. Huxton's statement, aud merol- pat) bokters,
EST IN-$ g SILVER CIGARETTE CASE wes} Coionel Grannie, of the United the b . ve UW) per ewan,
900.09 On Int Class Secu ADEA tN PRT puvehase A lost, but was recovered through | states Army, says the “ Titanle ” feoe bo tue ory Counittcee. tes G oo OP a Tea ers. Dy fae Ujena
von Cocoa Property. Will , ; “ Ture being eograved.—Yotter Get yout | steamed 514 knota on thelith, She commendation of the addition of 4. Copenhagen Mile supply. Mossevade 10 per eat, 361
perty t sell! | exchango!—ALFRED Yowelry engraved by was expecting to surpass that.on the | tone trebuats to veasele of 43,000 Ape ‘ Duty Wald oo $2.01) 93.51
Lin two sums. Apply to ner, 26 Park Ptrect, N..—B BORNWN’S 15th, aud there was no slowing after | C84 ce muore. “Phere in equally bitter & Poultys- Fare ing. MOLAMEMS
, Wmtweswits, ap intment if nocossary—Mar - the warning af an leaberg, Ale de- | critielum of the Wiceless chose [0 the ee unk ee ERA BS th pow
UWeb—hu, TABDAQUITE. = 2ath—)m. , | © QUEEN STREET. tendiets tbe reports of a nr at a ‘ Side. | Yaited “ee AS COMING & A Model Ureat Kotate. ote: Daye Se .. a 1 Wat
= ee clares the revolvers were flied for a —_—_—_—— 1, “ “e
Purposes ot ty te killandtodetae * Slaracas” ariived fae ee SAN FERNANDO NEWS. Tri Bistout UBM bagas
. ere taken quietl, hang | Tetulded about Spm: J'sssengers: = .
een were quietly a Mesars, Abram and T. Abbott Uotens, (From a Correspondent.) ng Uplend Pe esealiiss
: 38, JW. Standich, Ludwig, Dreyfus san TER reg ey
e 7 .! Other eaweoigeta ieatlty| we display | Hrs Abbott Gotoos and Miss Hydla ADMINISTERING UROUND eee us
mz ° le and cut faces, | oof of | Dacos
t beh iefae bran aay au COMTHOTION aus, [oAitatadtttuM uta tetttnt tts | Hash TOne pac emts
Richardson land Selway ? gle tr heres of ahi shee’clave are \ In Demerara races news pingee read chaine of eduintstering ground glans Lonven. Apa
é ‘ ’ at by slokers and oilers: but teey | mestiog aod flnpaicay alco" BA” | Pentel. ir fate are tha , both Toes syoau:
so “ BIG SALE . CLOy Ure convoys anaemic [A New York, ah, | Teatetgie months, which time | ee ale Vining Tw jew

DESCRIPTION, Geeveds arrived. a wormse With eee gta ber on |, Tome re aan

.



' . FR : Duff Gordon, | interview, lived eal 8 per cont.
“To - ‘ esyerherasdinaovabout 1umme whee heave and ihe ea owing 0 Bs"%nen ar aflanbenen, ok
’ PRINTS . . she saw the “Titanic” gave a cu _—— “\netion. bey were unable zo any sve. cont. &
ape erent, nd weunentous cape T LI y tbe day with area ‘ 2 BUM we v1 shea
. . 7 in questi mila
oreurred, followed, in two minutes obeleVe man went fur bis breakfast, aud :
. nowy. Ee, wor in Pic aveyaed saree | cee May tee Oi | rent gee fea | Ar Dao he
. , pendiculert: aa on us “ td, 4 "Morris | lp imurediately set out for the Ben
_—o—— . K finger with litte Aguses banging | Prete Tussday wird. i pa | Morrte ip imu ele Station and wily on t #4 per cont ee
‘ § ye om aed drupping, ecroauilog jebe never | Tube Tht Head ‘dary Company will | bis way be met Dele: tive beigt @ J | t NEES,
‘ Richardson and alway. ’ nt gush s chaius of peir. Fi Bee ee eee Drees! Drill Boyd Minar be wrlued hie story | Gib SHARED

es. Thureday Beh, 7 pam -Recraity

if
Waa taken ts the Hospital where | Gonseal Patroleun seul a
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uapo
r = ou ple t t u $b by lew. wu: .
m ‘ = stmt 3 is oe eens that he ee wh Oe Rauge Duty ~Sergt. P Corbin Me he has ot ity varetal ate, pees . ay aa w6— 230
Ke “ sueats were so gentle, § After he: dip- | ercation - Capra € ativns beve been made, uu trace uf dad Weetera de Ld.

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‘TR ¥ONT-OFSPAIN GAUATTE SUNDAY, APHTL ¢!
}TEMS OF NEWS, Principal of

Shorthand an

most popular songs and as
will

be. itively, his last appest-
ance here’ for tite Sense, we are sure | 1

the attendance will be onusually
large. ——_—
tie Hacellency the acting Governor

Local Government Board, the Recely-
er General, the Director of Science
and Agricultune, Hon. A.B. Brown
and Mr. J, Wood Darle to bs members
of the Co-operative Credit Hanke
Committee. .

fn connection with the further
claims by oil drillers against the Trini-
dad lake Petroleam Coy. the plain
tiffs will be returning the colooy
fcom the United States of Arnerica,
early tiextinonth to prosecute their
actions.



To-day, at the St, Anne Lnited Free
Church, Rev. EW Hacetock, the
pastor, will preach at both services.
At Il o'clock in the forenoon the sud
ject. will_ be “The Nazarene Carpen-
ter, anf at 7 pam The Law of
Christ.’ ‘Lhe Anthem ‘Reroember
now thy Creator * will be rendered.

The great Duke of Wellington had
an wifortunate experience at Oxford.
He pronounced Jacobus with the
second syllable “short” and was duly
adiwoniehed. Shortly after the word
Carolus came in hie 6: h, and, profit
{ ing, as he thou, hh y experience, be
i made Lhe secon *T able long, only to
| be pulled ap agalo. Possibly he re-

orator ‘Say what you hava to say.
don't quote Latin, and sit down.”
Death warrants for the execution
dating the week begloning May 19, of
Rev Clarence ¥ T Richeson for the

murder of Misa Avie Linnell, were |

issued on Jaouaty 22nd and served
upon Governor Fuss, Warden Bridges
of the Boston State Prison, and
Sherif? Quinn, The warrants were
made out by Clerk Manning of the
Superior Court in accordaner with
the sentence of death imposed, and
provide that Richeson be held in the
Charles bt. jal ia Boston until May ©,
and then taken tothe death chamber
in the Btate Prison and electrocuted in

The usu8l 99) am, and? p.u. set- |

vices will be held at Greyfriars Pres-
byterlan Charch today, the Lastor,
Ifev. W. McCulloch Thompson M.4,,
taking both sersices.* At the former
thesubject for the eermon will be
“The Desire of the Soul’ and the
evening suoject will be “ A profitable
asset.” The Sunday School meete at
10,43 in tbe forenoon.

The Barbadés Globe eaye. Captain |
WW. IL G. Thane, asonof the Jate Mr. |

H.E. Thorne of this island aod for

the past few yearsa Sub [hepector of |

Police at ‘Trinidad, has been appointed
to succeed Sub-Inspector Mandeville
who is retiing from the Barbados
Pollce Forve at a0 canta 2-° *
eu, some Geld receally ofthe
sofalVomuiittee sprointed to conelder
the steps that should be taken with
regard to railway construction in the
hinterland of Bntish Golapa, The
meeting was conducted ta camera,
but it was ascertained that Mr. J. J
Nunan Solhcitor General, made « very

interviews he had bad with responsible
partles in London, Mr. Nunan laid
great stress on the argurnent that io
the port of Georgetown [sy the key to
the position In the matter of a South
American Continental railway fron
Patagonia fo the surth to the most
suitable nerthern port © Whilst n>
definite proposals aie before the con
nilltee yet, there are prospects of im

Portant develupoients fin the Rear |

forure, --—
“or the pur,
_ elfectlog a reduction io the number uf
elementary schools in Barbsdos, |t ie
undere' thet a suggestion has been
nade lo the Education authorities to
have a building sultably placed to
accowmodate all the pupils now attend
ing the following «whoole1—Bethel
lias’, St. Ambrose Buys’, St. Paul's
Boys and Datkelth Boys. Visits of
inapection have reeentiy been pald to
the abovenawed echouls, ovtenslily
for this purpose, by the Attorney

idieneral, Hon, (. A, Goodman, and
SSS ee j Mea.) O. Wright, MALU Nu

DEX TO PAGES.
2—Paplatuvier —Tobayo,

A Tribute of Appreciation,

provewent Assoclativn have uuder
their consideration the eatablishment
of a Kest Jfoure either at Cotton
Tower or Hackleton Citt and the mat-
ter was referral tothe Aiwusement
Comittee for their decision

The covoa crop teat anend, te
epeak, so very little isnow brought io
to town by traln or other means,

By onler of the Governineut, and at
the request of the Watden of Savans
Grande, 1,3%) gallons of water are seut
to sincea Town every other day av
from (he t8th inet, A sfailar quantity |

rode to the Hounds when she ! le alea sent to Taba quite,
wae &) and Uflod.
Goiting Weaknesses

—~— , of Conetabdu
The Catholie Prese Ageoctavion, Just [ Golding,
G Ls Owen, 6th
j America in partof an advance decided , Secretary's urtte

formed, in the United Ptates of

a at the meeting of federated
Catholic soc ties held at Columbus
lsat year ways the Hrovklya Daily
Bayle The sswociaton will not
furnieh uews or wantecripte to daily
were pepe ae but wHlaim te do so to
abut 2) weeklies, There will be four
ane fo Epoyidence. another at
ew York, o in Chicago aed a
fourth In Ronse. The constituency of
al these weekliss be abuut aa
cuples. The (ioclation Loownces,
ough ove of ite incorpoaators, i.

& part of ite work will inte

i
fortsivg bistorie. doctrinal abt ‘pee | from

seatday storiss of Ca tholie, work.
oang Catholics ars
inks the aovaclatlon, ba thiegs
they ought to kauw as
ure: i

Answer w precestatians pls;
ven, eopeciall reports abou ligne:
erp The: hy 5 the of that relat
ic societies, which are working report i
folio

next meeting
ther refuiue, will be held in

ol

Louleville next October ’ your
- : dati

Mr G N. Haley, of Une Barbados “pague.” '

firsach of the Colonie! Bank, hae
im promoted tw the New Yuib

Cuammingd Sc’
1 ws d Typewtiting. 3
Oonsequent on the very large HUN: | donald Btreet. asks nie to, pu
bee who'were denied admission at the | goiiowiag r= \Vitb the fe
London Electric Theatre last nig ,
and on the epecial request of very | ghorthandatudenta who ‘cannot
many, the management have consent any onedto read for them at home
to Include Tedd Willams items {0 | nase recently o
tonight's programms “The great | gorladies, at & in
negro comedian” will sing hie} puoi
thie | BEF

JOHN HOADLEY

Hixxpert Tailom

ing experlenesd by

a4 a Speed Clase
fnoderate Tata Non-
Is of this school are also accepted,
there isatillroom fora few more
aspirants. Moe farther partieu-
lars, ring up ‘Phone 299,

wee i at ena etl
horse, conse the bes’
of British Guiana hae appoloted the Stall the Oorres fata, and the forner
Hon. Dr, J. E Godfrey, chalersao, glory of the Genrgeta
now a troop boras |
Police of Demerdra,

hens Limited have just
hipmneat of atl Rind of
Panama hate from Bout merica,
splendid tot priced from $500, rom:
ete withewestosnd and ribnon, to
. Alea Indlan Solo tith helmets in
puitable shapes, white and giey, 83.

wa race track, [¢
A the Nounted

received « big 5

Mr. 3. B. Willoughby, ALLU.E., the

as Company, arrived there
RMB, * Ocnba "on the Jéth
Inatant at Barbados

completed a three yeer:
Santos and has had twen
etperience in th

e gas bieinees. -
amember of th

e Association of Gas
Ingineére, Westemuister, and also of
| the Association of Weter Engineers,

Wearein aposition to state that
MeLeod of Bronté estate,
and Mr. L. M. flobson, Nolicttor, have



owned by Mr. Sobilan The pro
lunextto Atipero where oil duilling
has been golog on, and in fart fe itself
within. the oil region,

lanted in c con and cocenuts ; aod

Bitter beer is the death of malaria
germe, eald Ur, Jobn Dill Robert-on,
president of Loyola Universit
eal School in address ug the
Congress recentl
hardly keep the

The brewers could
ntbusiasm within
Brewers’ Congress
deoorum. Ur. Robecteon is the toag
who hae never taken
water He usesolive oil,

| The April sitting of the Hubadoa
Supreme Crfminal ( ourt begin oo the
Oth instant an loceupled only wo days’
dacation There were only 19 cases on
the Calendar andin moat thea the
| facta were co plain av to render on

accused of killingg an oh? portee by
pinping him agalost a crane on the
whact by thetic reckless driving on a
spider bave gone to prison for 4 rannths
each, and the notorious J
who robbed a atrangee of a 810) note
has bean tent fer oo a yeir.
woman accused of setting fie to a
rane field has been acquitted, Mr.
M. Greaves aon of

Justice ably defending her.

An attachment for a telephone re
ceiver by which another
, bear what te being eald aver a wlre—a
stenogiapher, for instance, who ie to
) take both a desof a conversation—haw
been inrented.

tne "Scotsman hasthe ful'owing |
Are birds able to think and remember
where they have been well can d for?
A gentleman living in Leiyhis in the
habit of feeding the bide whkh ¢
quent hie garden duiing the Woter



1911, he enticed a gisenfinch to epte:
acage and 60 captured i
wearipgating un its lez
een University, 7,185,"
a March he setit ar

7

interesting statement as te the various |

January 13, 1912, the bird returned
Oa his cage belong presented
the bird hopped cootentedly intu
and settled comfortably down for the
rene pean an framination r

eringleft uo dou as to the
identity of the bird.

” The father of my client,” said
by London tolicltor recently " at ?
tial before a tnegtetrate, "ie a marine
doorstealer” “A what?” said
The- nervous solicitor

your worehip'’s pardon,

{ beVere Beason.

wes of concentration in t

tupeated the magtetrate,
said, "A marines

magistrate and left le [ft is almos

needless to add the explanation Riven
the reporterof the London
tes that the father of the
gentleman's olieot was a

‘The Committee of the Bartad sim} Merine stores.

Tennie la which the-King,
creation from the
work thataccumulated oo h
tour, is the game of kings,
est of exivtlug ball gameo—it ia
tlonedt in the \ Authicten

vonis was orlginally the pastine
the kiggsand cables, i
before its descendant—lawn tenoie—
became popular with all classes. The
game reach«d England

and it was long



from France
and bythe time of Henry
wi a royal tepuls court at
Wladsor Neary VILL was an gxpeit
bub Jnepectcr Harold de Pass hae
ted tothe rank of Inepector
tlary ia place of Cap ain
promoted to Mt, T 3
Clerk in the Colonial |
* Hes been a pomted
Wact ae a Subs Inspector du tr
aiwence on wave of Jospec to:
Norman. It ie generally belier.
Mr. Owen witha ovaries Ty bat
In hue (apelebulary
rough the ¥
ted by Gaptala ssigue.
It may not be gen
Sr. Owen's father
Deputy Inepector General of Police
zoek, and often acted
enerul.

Hon. thet oloni
Slr, —1 an directed by tb ‘
joke that ia consequence of «
(to the effect that
tte sane of Kibonic
» Damaica, 5
Â¥ telegraphed to the aerna
to enqguie whetber the
| bas received the
with refereace (0

fe teport uf wubonie

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Ihe emuggting came to the observa: | far in ff ad th San Antonioh thetwelve , management from our breeders, we | the poor form of Bila K., took # great | haadedme plece af
WORLD 0 F SPORT. to of the Treesury Department | race so “meh at ale coerey thet he I Faleat Sen and went, the entire dies | should not do even better here, seeing | deal bf the quality from the creols | Bee. and hrs Berkeldy te to the Hone

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Bouth Bide, | eased up in the stretch and trotted to | tance twithou> beirg telieved by an- events, ae the tusvel between theses The Plate consleted of b heavy Bille
| REMARKABLE ARGENTINE [| "Be reported the matter. the fiolel: five yards in frontef Def ctherdtiver, ey "| tobetound In thle Colony. two good ones, would have surely pro: Uver Plateau. surmounted wine three. |
a ——— Grouchy. De Grouchy in turn wae] Thacar that hedrives tethe Sted. — Videt'the feature of the meeting. silver dishes, each piece crested, the |
STATISTI So th WILLIE LEWIS SECURES BOUT y five yards in front of Dick Ean of the | dard-Dayton, and he will have the BORDE FOR ENGLAND. **14 Mr. Berkeley, the competent Sec Fiateau bearing the following Inecrip: «
The statistics relative @ wins Seveoty-firet Regiment, The othere/s.me machine that he basusedin #1 { wwe inderetand that jockey Borde tary of the BC Andrew. Reve Chute lon

were strung out, “ Preeente! to Mr, and Mra Berkeley
by membéts and friends of the St.

Andrews Race Club in commemora- ¢

of the progeny of the chief sires WITH CARPENTIER.
plore ot tine have Just reached Eng. Georges Carpentler, the welter
land. Of couree, the figures cover the } Weight champion of France acd the A BIG DIVIDEND
whole of last year, ac, of coutes, there holder of the middlewelght title of aN Bl
iano close” season at Buenos Ayres. Hopland, has been matched to fighi 7 The Chrivimas Handicsp, which
Nevertheless, {tie apparent that the wi ie Lewile of New York in Parison | W8* run at the Port Adelaide (“outh

of his Western reecrd-amashing races. | wilt teage for England shortly, The
teasers mtbeadh of Antes blood | jocal lightweight will oto the stable F tion were. provided. with every, com
lives ia Man Antovio, of vainer Mine ppeet Welty of “being fort, and as veual all arrangementsia [tion of their silver wedding and in
~— rena inthe igekin before the season | Jeot. “Thee nocd cportarnea he ejcel nag Botton ot their services to raciog
totale appearing against the names of } {he night of April 24. The bous will | Australia) Meeting on December 23 THE PICK OF THE BUNCH. fe ended, fuante's visitto the race] pate, presented a bandepme tacing conpection with Treees cepocially ia
the two leaders, Pietermaritzburg and | 5¢4 twenty-round affeir, Both men f 494 reiuied in a wia for Pandanns | Hapler,” the racing correspondent | tracka of Olt Exgtand ought to prove saddle fo the winner of the Telescope} Besides being the founders of the
Jandy, are enormous, for the former | Lave agreed to make 160 pounde ring. | (Taploea—Thunder Prioce-s},’ provided | of the ‘filuetrated Sporting and Dram. | Of great benefit to hin With his} stakes, The fortunate owner of thie | St, Aodrew’s Race Club, Mr. Berkeley
is more than $55,000, and the latter Is | Side. wig will salt for France on | & sensational dividend the first borse | atic News,’ selects aehis “Lest dozen” | natural ability as a rider and the | fs pr, Mitchell, asa reault of the win | bas been ite Hon, Secretary ‘tor fifteen

upwarde of $35,000 in front cf the Hug. Betarday. Maneger Dan MeKetrick J 04 Jog £74 6. and the second £7 7s. for thle year [no England, the following pplendid examples of jorke space of Harmony, ace, years. A staunch eupporter of all









































































































. 6 will fot the latter part of nex a e Orient managed to . re —=, hat goee
lish champion, Sundd a 7 Nope week, The match hae been ban ing secure third piace in the Perth babes Lard St. Divid's Kitbroney, dyre, | little “knight” onght to return to} The Maiden went to Rose Dashley, | Mr. tieley bas bee t power tor the
stallion, either on the Contineator in| fire since last September. Victor | the W A. T.O. annual meeting { by the Wag Innieuskil ue a full fled star.” We are f with Bullen up, Data wae second, acd | welfare of racing In Grenada,
the colonies. Beever, tbe poanager of the Cirque de (Western Auatraliey Artesian (Argo gt J, De Joel's Wunapot. 3 yre., by etna thet the beet wishes of fhe Prlorese third.” U to a short distance ——-
varie, the big hi me ol naut=—Effervesce ing the winver. | Sundridge=Fota, rom the finish, Rose appeared to ba rye
pats followla atone fa fevers of the French capital, pebPodrome pe ibe Two other Imported borses alsorsn, | Mr. i P Whitney's Iron Mask IL, | and turtites here will watch his career | winning easily, but Disnecame witha THE COMING CLASSIC" i
fo 1011,.1t {fs significant thas the ag. Ketrick by cable 25 percent. ofthe | APPIe Charlotta being second end fy aby Dirguiee Roval Tose. abroad with the greatest interest. big rush, and Bullen. nearly caught RACES, {
gregace amassed by the produce fof | Sate forthe bout, but McKetrick held | Queen Regent last, fr. T. Pilkington’s Prince Vatatine, 7 napping. jou landed his mount by a le
these ten sires ehould have exceeded | Cut for B) percent Breyer wired bis one ma (yrs, by Ferotuuon— Lady 1 tebtfoot PRIZE AWARDED TO BRIGHT STAR. J short half length, Melody a half

more than oue-balf the amount offered { Mceptance of McKetrick’s terms yes: ENTRIES FOR “CITY AND rE. Halton’s Lowend, 8918. by | The stewards of the Trinidad Turf | *ister of the fleet Digolty, wae entered | LIST UF LEADING CANDIDATES,






























1 re | terday and the match was clinched, . 7 Destnond —Lowland Agaie. Stat ize for this event, but owing toa cold -_—
Inprizeson the Britten turt £0 lil:~ | MeKetrick estimates a, $20,000 houees Last, pear eR BAS: ‘ ten {yt ae ge, Dutewte Saeener 1, 3 the Mukicu' Tenteaye raced fer etcoue ( Could not take party (By ™Sentined™ én Palt Mall Gasette.)
n * . — 6! ae the mie and # quarte by Broomathc k Reveille ° —
Pletermaritsburg (dead), by St. Simon : ci or ‘Suburban, ottee v in ne Lont” Husebery « Charatan,’ 8 yea, dant Xtnas meet ng to Bright Star. The Telescope takes wae nex minis fa " subject fa which all ad.
by Flylog I’ * $20.38) PHILADELPHIA WANTS TO STAGE contested on Wedoesdsy, April 28, [ by Cierra Rowlba, ieee nd haree, in tend of to Home Darhng'es andshi ment to her nee sbail ar beeld eee sreetede
Pathe Taubsies by St. Simoni icine A OLYMPIC MEET. itd forty nine entrter,” This, time oe hee Cled us, S yrs, by bered than Mesos. (honey the owners one int ° nse ficent J Erpvinee.” he feta thee eventecher bee
+ 98 a! ° tly-naven a ar cona'stin, ic o— Core potte 1 en 4 -
{Qranue, LS role . 2 Hibs ace athletic club of twenty-five bun: oft ah Gad Anchore Atenate Nr. ©. EK. Howard's England, 3 yra, of Riight Star, entered ‘an objection ween Bernelf oe netic id ol be i guldance when mating their mares.
Sid Be er vintage Fi members hae been organized to : by \ _ to Hone Rule vo the ground that he course, many @ good hares has
iT, ying Fox 40) 96,055 F bring to Philadelphia the Olympic [| Bachelor's Hope, Reaur.paire, Ben [ by William the Third Gohien Hope. Fad tiled no certificate of pedigree | hovours, and so it was conceded that | fatled to win the Guiness, Derby, and

Bargssto (dead), by Orbit se 3,750

Gracton (dead), by Orbit. "41 ezziu | Ramee when
‘endal (dead), by Bend Or 324 62.025
‘alero, by Gay Hermit 3 73715
: The leadiog winning stable lact year

jwaethe Hares D. Alvear, whose ant-

male captured $278672 In forty-two

races,

wd ——
E215) penny WAGERING,
ow

80 much une-srtainty exists as
to racing in the immediate future, the
Derby is fortuoately not effected, and

Alder. Braxted, Bryony, Chili H
Americs, with Hacrison Towosend, | Cellisi Cigar, Cyrano. Dalnacrag,
talllionaire speitemao, as ite President | Demos benes, Duke Michael, — ton
and Charlee H. Gerstinger as Secre- | Boy. Forest Lawie, Hornet's B-auly,
tary. karly in June the organization | Lance Chest. Lonawand. Lsceon,
will begin ‘work for the erection of a | Moscato Mushroom, Plquet, &t Nat,
teventeen-atory clubhowe, The club | Saodwort, Bet Pree, Short Grass, sir
Bas pledged $500,000 for the erection | Martin, The Spy The Bere “tun
of the buiding, which will cost in the | *rot, Trepida, Ultimua Uncle Pet,
aeighborhocd of a million dollars | Wise Simon, and Wolfe Land,
eben complsted and furnished. ——
Me, Geretio er announced 1 tbls after. COSTLY LITTLE WATCHES,
soon that he alre! 0 prom- [ ;
White star was In considerable de- | ised the Olympic games ‘and when the bow ht, erpent Me Fecanee . edit
mand tecently, Lomond, although on | clubhouse fe completed and be bad the meno, of Paris, eighty-six of the most
foe wbock little, if at all, superior to | 25,000 membera the contracte will be | wonderfu litle swatches in the wold ie of the St, udivw's tace t Jub | scarcely enough to pay expences, only
rival, has throughout the winter j signed, It was largely for the pur- | He paid £00 WU) forthein or on aver, Pitvented to Mr, and Mre J, A. | to have the prlze go t+ the second
stood ata shorter price. Only a point § pose of bringing thie’ great athle ic | a spat peatly £700 @ wated. ‘They ; tietkeley & splendid set of wilger plate | horse, ‘Hearcely the kind of encow-
eeperated them in the latest quota- | event to Philadelphia that the new fenned the Natt 1a collee fur and Me. Beikeey not only founded the [ugement needed to heep hin {a the
sles, ands ae pharently there Ja more organization came Into existence. came to Paris from Berlin, Al! ofthem flu bat has been Ita Secretary for the garue 0a phe other haed redo not ace
ey7 waitin, gO on tha brother to , op dae lesn years and lt ie no exay- ow elve the Stewards could act. ye
fen years winner that difference may [pastOR TELLS FISIL STORY OX sate from the sizteen’h to the elgbe | eration ts way that through hi. hard
disappear within the next few days, on * The first Media watches were made [ tifart aod competent imauagement ie
Reporte credits each of these classic as- ANOTHER, tn the sixteenth century fo Nuremburg | 2ué the prearne fuurishing condition
pirante with having made satisfactory Rev. Martin D, Hardin of the Third | fg Paris, and iq faty, The Marfele| Of racing in Lhe eister ciluny. Me
Frogress during the secess,and thelr { Presbyterian Church at the Pisher- watches are very tiny and very beaut. | Berkeley has vivited Tiluidad neveral
aext meeting will be @ qiost interest: | man’s Club of Ubicago recently, told | ful, Une isegg-shaped, inadeof Limo. | twes and hie slay awong us haa ale
fog event, this fish story on the Rev William | ges enamel, and iso bigger than a] Ways beeu a source of pirasure fur all
i oo Chalmers Covert of the Fifty-first | canary'segs. There are twoofl these | those who met blu: —the more espe
TRAINERS’ CHARGES IN ENGLAND, | Stteet Church of the eame city. in the world, and both are in Mr, Pier. | clally our turflwe who Were always de
EHov, Geo, Lambton tops the het of | “Not long age a child was born in | pont Morgan's posedblon, ignited to talk ture vie phe well
Boglish trainers in the number of | 0" neighborhood aad apair of acales| © Many of the watches are in the form | felons 1 rereuat ys ° fjoln our
hersee in his charge, He has tifty- could not be found to weigh the babe, | of crosses, afd can be wore ss pendants, | Congratulations to those of the sporte-
sino In his stables, Sam Darling sfty- | Xoowing Dr. Covert, as & good fisher: ] The smallest of them might be worn {mien of Grenada.

they are staged in Prince Kin kee Alglon, 3 yre, by

Eager -C leith ve

‘The Duke of Weetinster's Boxhill
Sym, by Teeetebrck Kapernen,

Lond Dorew'sa Uarsy of deref ast, 2
pt hy Jobo O Gaunt Canvesbury
*Pilgeien.

OUR SPORTING NET.

PRESENT TION [O SECRETARY.

wth the TTC as tequired by the
Rules The Stewards allowed the
super of Home Rule a reasonable
tine toe p odace the requived cere fl.

the Lafayette mare would have it all | St. Legergund, on the other bard,
her own way 3 but Eile got f ver, and | maoy winners of those prizes have ‘
hever would look atany feed for several | proved utter falluces at the stud. Ae
days beforethe races with the result, | a rule, however, the Classic races are a
Cale, bub deaplia every effort, it bas that she wasiano kind of form, and sure guide to the merits of the oom.
teen found inp sible to vbtain eame , | thould bever have come to the track. petitora, and for thet reason tt Is {ro
eof sent information not being avail- She trovelled about two furlongs, after possible to exeggerate their [me
abe to peamit of the hotee being | #iving 4s great dealof trouble at the portance.
traced by ibe American Jockey Club, | fact sod then had to be potied up, FORMER SURPRISES
This is exceedingly * hard hnee” on | Harmony. the only other cowpetityr, I d .
the owner of Home Rule, who In good prey ene & boliow victory. Ik a ®trurate gusne the changes et tite ace.
: so true a racehoree as Me, le
frith purchased the antunal and raced eaten re abould be on the dellests mate foxered Io ibe Clusia gvents, we
alde, als p veo back upon their
ok areally smart 'un when [i -year-old form—those of t em who
Darling fé.the best Grenada creole haveany. Jt ta ecarcely necessary to
racing to-day, but Idonbt agreat deal, | Point.out that juvenile form ie not
ber teing "match for the Dalke th always a rellable index, A boree often
champion Reproach, Ido not think | develops in ao extraordinary way 4
any creole foaled, could live alongside | 2uting bie third winter. Spearmint '
the danghcer of’ Resentment, in the | £24 Signorinetta may be cited as 4
form which abe showed 1a ber recent | Modern exanipler of thie unusual ad-
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him at two ineeti galike a sportsman;
Ow the occasion of th» recent Kuster | the firet tiwe failing to ecure, and the
vudsy taces lo Grenada, the mem- Precond time, winning Just one race,



understand thas the Mesate.“Croney,
in avcordance with their statement
made at the time wili donate the
piize money frous the race, lo charity.

THE DEMERARA RACES,

The Spring Meeung of the Demer-
ara Turf Club, touk place oo Thureday
and Mriday last, at Bel Aie Park,
Cable reports to hand show that the

racing, ab Trinidad, Demerara aod | VA0cemenct. Suoetar is another In-
Barbados, tke all Agere, {f Dac ing eee Ae the ead of bis two-year.
at fer aly handled. the ought to be Seaforth, and Bt. "Nat Pete ad
wht surly wie age. at hee beat and Nicola were ail placed fa “tront of hia
that she ‘is out of ber native heme, y the oficial bandisippers; while
but hope she will In the euccers of her torrow, Enlace Valeting, and St. Ap. 1
career, enbaore both the quality ot | tie Tae gare hieequals, He and

her atre, and the breeding of Grenada. ce Be surpassed all the others ‘

ste ° = as three-year olds, .

Trini representatives gave a goo The Trial Stak . ; .
Trinidad representatives Bare foo! cles by Dewey Dor ptt out Dor ppConteonted by auch svideuce, one ie,
candidates, conelsting of Mr. A. 8. fa hot frvourite, Heamp, Rock and arefore, naturally rather chary about

one, Batters, Joseph Cannon and Sher. | '24% bed a pair, they were eent for. | as a cravat pin. ~— . . Kernahan's three, thiete, Actress | Hweet NM. Ty committiag oneself to an expression of

wood Blt each Av a: Joyner the | When thé babe carapace’ 28 Bs oo pillB DERBY SWEEPSTAKE [and iterenge engaged a ten ‘races trungle between theme hee definite pinion three tnonibe ia ad. ‘
mericin trainer, in eh Mr * i” LONDOS EXPENSIY. Ss. be usual eweep on the Englis tween them, aud wonsiz, The son | with He. i t nce of bbe Hest Classic race, Without
Whitooy's attiog, has forty-four, of | *aeven thuty-six pounds LONDON EXPENSIVE FOG 1 y e of AVilhanstead -Resenrment. placed Oye eatin the barter of it at

the end by a length. The ena cf" dving so one san, however, adranta-
seemed o tire Moueldera ly duende geously review the position, with « ‘

view to familrarist
the flnish, Rove was third. othee problears (nat avait solution ie
The Grenville Stakes brought out

6 up and bo ha meth we ook, at tive Eres Handicap for two.

h ly costlug S¢., and wa hope to | rat® 7, betler than the next best | the “bi, : year olde published last aulew + we at

been tear? Gre bave Wen"lmose A ‘oer, focal spottsuen in bly class, Miugeummer, who wan- interest an snoethe m the euilye ten once comes inte close touch wih the

thee and thie fe directly attributed to her o ibe "Blue fi caving the vite (hot ihe Teintded entey boat Usly af and Kthel A. Do. Itove Dashley aed | Production weue tbl stlb

ie as accepted fact now thet the | world, ttle later fa the day g ving Dr. ,Mav- Disna firing sleyed out, the conflict Absurd sss g Of Javelin... 8 3
jah'e creole . was fle @ twa, an ougd § Lowond 10} Jingting Goordies

fogsoyer London would bs no more = . Athlete scored fn two events, the | Dignity wat the public choice, meny | \ . 8

dense ibeo over th pdfoinins Ailes OUR REPRESENTATIVES FROM Mayor's Plate at a mile, ow the first | fancied the chances of the deughur Ineliceie . 2 8 all Crone .

tries if it were ut hte have aiaed DEMERARA. dey, beating Vidus, and inthe Haster | of Ethelbert. who wae reputed Sweeper IE. q

a fa fo ene °¥ The cycling sepreswutatives of this Haadtcap, at a similar distance, on

with the foge, colony, 10 the teceut Demerara Meet- | the second day, beating Bilbeck, with



. 4 Derby, promoted yearly by the St

dou bend tor cosre thes genuloe Len Apdeew’a ltace Clubs tirenada will be | three to hia credit, a very tae shawing

t In loss and interruption of busines. | found advertised ia any other partof | indeed: he won bis welght-for-sge
tn 1005 there were forty-four tine ourcolumns. Thisisa very excellent j races including the Lushington Chal
secorded, Sinca that year there has | Seep indeed for so sinall a pricoma | lenge Cupand inthe handicaps was

which thirty-three are two year olds,
wired -varlously by Hamburg, Adan,
Belb!, Voter, Burzomaster, Sen Brush,
Disgolee, Peter Pan, Reaomatick and
Watercress

Yollowing aie the grey horees a
etud in the United Kingdom. -

Grey Leg, by Pepperand Salt. Fee,
47 ge standing at ileath Atud,
Newmarker.

Senseless, by Grey Leg Fee, 19 pe
Vull for 10 2 Standing at Cheveley
Stud, Newmarket.

Lemerajre, by Grey Leg. Fee, 9 ge.
jtanding at Adstock Stud, Winslow,

jacks,
























THE IRISH oF IT.

' “idalgo," the noted Turf Cocres-
pondent of “The Thoroughb ed He-
cord” in some recent notes says :—
hh Thave always been an admirer of
Irish journativim, although it may be Grey Jersey, by Grey Leg. Standing
largely aacribable to my Stilesian ane at Larkfleld Maidstone,

ceslry, Here wae what I read ju a Nabot, by Le Nancy. Fee, 10 gs.
Rie, while § was over in the country | Standing at Moulton Paddocke, New-

Â¥

Senn
memes ects.

uch Improved imare since her fast Ledy Americas.§ i| Charmin” ”

in the i t H ene phe. % em te ys shew th tthe intern fal ion wie tacos
> “gt » Keith | 1910s in the Demersiian’s favour. Me | break, and raced eplendidly together at the winners of all the classic 1aces
kr * Mr. Thomas Duffy, of Tins: | inarket. MAD LOTS OF “SAND.” ieee aillo Tory disepy & the we kd hard | wae beaten on the fret day by Maid | for ax fuclenge, RPuroiog: Inte the | are named ia tbe above list, but we
hoe, started out lant Sunday woroing Roi Uerode, by Le Samaritaio. A French imitator of the renowned [fuck which kept bios on the growad | for the Goes Cup 6 &. which vie: | ctralght, both riders used thele whips | aust be cautious, because Orby aod
te bis gig expecting to drive to Burras- | Fee, 10 gs. Full Tor 1012 Standiog | Capt, Koepenick has just brought off | with anlojured foot and Holman cov- | wry givesto the â„¢ Nportin Medicu freely, and at the end of a gruelling | Hignorinetta were not, in their respec-
bool Abbey, whers be had been pro: | at Straffan Stud, Co, Kildare, * surprising coup at the Maison Laf- fj cred with the glory of bie victories the handsome trophy, © Hs belng | effort, Tod Slose fanded Digolty a tive yoare so much as mentioned in
tabed splendid dinner of roast f Athalon, by Le Samwaritain. Stand-} qite, a cub frequented by financial Ee the Demerara Champions Sal- | Mald's second win in succession. On | neck to the good. Bullen rode Ethel | the Free Handicap. Then,agaln, there

PR

4 potatoes at the house of Mr. Kellz | iog at Elseaham Hall, Stansted, Essex, nates and vuthersahd he ecene of | yadcr and Davie, A couespondent | the second day, Ne. Kernaban’s volt | A Doand they carried equal weights | is this year a greater posnbility than ’
oe gan. Much to his regret, bis He eckson, by French For, Fee, 9 ga. much gamblog, Last year the police | writes us froin the * ms: aitant pro | again wert to d feat In the Hel alr (110 tbe), anual thee some horues, thet id not
beoke down and his horse ran away | Standing ab Owles Mall, Enfield, | caided the club but as the members | vjaco” saying that the defeats of the | Handicap, aleo at 6 fur aoeeibe Ele —~—— . run at a fo rat posel i] make stir
before be had accomplished half his | \Siddlesex. bed by some means received warning fhome cycliely can bs ecplaiue! fivu | falted toconcede Forrester 21 Ibe, ple With Ella K, gone bome, Cinderella | oa the Turf, Bt possibility Je dus to
fourney. He was, however, kindly | Friary, by Grey Friars, Mee, Ds. | of thearproach of Une police they mei the fact that bey were neither of tbens eppeare to have shaped up pouch le fast walked over for the Ureole Nandi | the fact that fors0 mny months of
eared for dd at notbleg more serious ny wa bWwrace. Daw, be aye, 1 ., %

Cee eintecs” enies ee bridge, The ey orerehe saute old “aus atice lie [ ground. , be Untred Pony Stakes, gavea [Sir Abe Bailey's Khodeisn ie one
other day, while the gaming table (4 pinided fall, at bie lust app mance Actress caught the judge's eye ou win toa tou of the old Trinjdad Sire ( snimal to be kept fo tolnd, A browa
were crowded, an elegantly-dreased | here, and Selvador was inlverably out | ove occasion iu the Merchants Cupat | Motdecel, named bhawrock [I,whofcolt by St Fiusquin—Glare, and;

by Mr. Bartholomew Scanlan, | Standing at Russley Park, Baydoo, 1911. the greuad wasexceptionally hard,

wn cet to bia house aod gare wits t by G Le Fee, 3 ge
Sesame dinner that he oble! rey . .
Would have eaten et Mr, Costigan’s Standwg al’Joho's rhige, Kilkenoy,

oO alli

- + pa mile on the second day, Vidus waa | wes not only the best runner, but the | therefore, an own brother to Flair an
¥ Here ine speatien of # personal fn ‘relend, — rae accor pT The yond ot of tore < for a borleg dition ee asked to give her Ji lbs, atid the ware | burt Jooker of the lot. Hela owned by | Leable, be had several engagements
We Muckross Advertiser: «Will the ACICENO-SCEPTRE FOAL. dressing the playere, sald; “Lam the | as it msy Holuan hae won ond did | pointed the way howe for the gid sont De. Bitchell, snd carried 121 Ibe as to sala faa year, but be never jieft
geotleman fcom Duoehaghalio (who ~ lise commtuary, ood in thename of | good work fur Unie ouluny. Our} of Veepo Day, Oa the firvt day Ac { agains Od lbs, thenext bighest weight, | bis tratoiog quarters, Novertheless

Sceptre bas produced a five bay All
foal iy Cice Foodall is well with bot
oftbew. Thia is very satisfactory,
foc there were not a few wise meo

treas bad tu lower her ostours to — great expectations wera = form:

Vidus, inthe Turf Clyb Stakes golng | The Hopeful Handicap found Har-]concerning him, There are also

Ouse pile pnd 3 hall, On the whole mine (125) Beatap 13 Doricles (7) peveral ather | sell -bred yitlmals in

ry * procee doors, ora nd on ber best | tue local Juvadere made & very g: and Sweet Merie as competitors, 1 6 group «0 ae

who expressed doubts asto whether “police! pre ceeded Vo lock te eee eit pera wend on oe ‘Abe | showing Indeed and we await furthee | first named had no dificulty sn eco. | have ald. we jpiust Bot toa, treely

the famous mace was in foal when | voit ed up. all the money on the | jaurels, aud focal luvers of the sport | detaily anziously inw another win, while leaving the fascutne that all tha *cards” areou

Mesere, Tattersall bought ber for 7 0 0 Wolee tothe smounot of ebout £1,000. | will have the oppurtunity of seewmg Keprowh won thie races, among | former rivals Scamp and Doricles to] the thle, aod wake our calculations

guloess last July. he event hee Then, taking the names and addeeeses | for themselvey Holuun’s true value, | then the Governor's Uup beat ng her fight It out for second place. Marte | acc adiogly. .

proved that she waea rare bargain at | Cri ent in the gravest aod most | A, we understand that Mikey Cipul [old rival ¢ lint a. bn the Crvole | feing early berthed se analec ren, At LIKELY CANDIDATES.

she Betton ont only cee, | eeproreweficlal oer, tmannounc: Vai wang take pat ll nice mah | Uapdleay ness dy (loch OY] ti | teen ita bean apd nlusky Sauls | or ube known quasl athe fllom,
aces dings would fo due, championship aspiiations will have . ing are engaged in the Two Thousand,

at sbe fe aregutar | ed that proceeding: champ ue was in recelptof 33 lbs, thedaugh- | best the Dewey colt. .
te le evident that she be taken axalost all who had leo Tee ehicuaneia. oN b y col Derby, and 8°, Leger :—

fhe jaw I forbid any one to leave the | Empire Day Neetiag ought to prove
building.” all the wore interesting aq a result,
There was much consternation. The | Wy have no doubt that as true sports-

bitod drunk at the time) and who
neared the cowardly assault on Mr.
el Mulgreary at Pore Dialer on
aredsy fast, be kind enough to send
ag tees to the editor of this

by E tell you, what those Iriehmen

don’t know about publichiog news
Perera is not worth nowing.”

Feareates WILL NOT FIGUT.



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most excelleal chauce of puttiug

sotreports lifled tao produce eix or | course
ia iis Sree seat B pur Geen Ailiess eatreatiew of 8. few Mecent, to be al. vheir anibittvos ve she teat, the Spring Handiiap (6 F.) Ke] The last race of the day promised to Aboard Earning Adaia i mere
Bin uel fy Rerecept | end as they are al baye i fillies: | fowed, to leave the “comunlesary” only | yy re erriL AT OUR MAY MEETING, | Petech defeated Mazepps, with the | be the tost interesting, amuniber of | Uviced Coriander, Charmiea

@ recelpt and ae they ret ee tt sroute enormous bandicap of 32 tbe, on the
almost seem tha!

dominant for color, though it is too

without foundation by t
olatele Tam recently by Bob Vernon
from Seifries, When the reports were

reulated two weeka ago Vernon tele

1§d, °E must do my duty.” He
een withd-ew. As po further notice
uf proceedings was given to avy of

turfités beleving (het the thorough. Mall Cross Cyigad Coriander
Dalkeith mare These brillant per | pred contestants Dignity, Ethel A bo, | dacger ‘armaD oaet
fur wanes ought W have brea enough | and Kove Dashley, would put ups | Javelia Mall Crove Mali Cross
for the gieal Barbadlen creole, but | specially fue tussle over a mile, The } Jinglis Jevgar dacgar

After her cawpalgo in Demerata,
Heprosch will retucn to thie oulony
an

early to pronounce with an certaluty b bo were “caught” gambling, it : leo
aphed J the case isa | those w . Coutrariwive will come on a! fortunately, with but a rae he | betting was yet in 6 ft the local | Geordie
Sesion Coos rec | a area ee team | fm Mgnt ey, | ecru btn batt ota ae eueaaeti| fa ee det
om, s ja * g acce; he ua t
phatically desied by the former | versimmon, sited numbere of chest | 18 on nissary of police aud fmplore tounlig meeting. Wil uvghton on Handivan. woe tase racit alee ibs found wee Dignity OS abel A Du | Sweeper 1. Kempton lo

hile ber daa, Ornament, was
by Hen: Ur, acd Collar, which is by
the purd dowinaot St. Simon out of

mpion, who is arranging for # tong
bunting acd fishing trip’ vo Alasks
Hes's telegram to Veinon follows

White Star Low Lomond
fomoud beeper IT
Me. Meepes| White Star

toletthe wilterdrop. What was
thelr “ationisbeen on being oshered
into his presence, ty find thet the real

the ebelf, Ubls will bethe estent of

Udrih’ representation ‘for the aud Reproech at 147 ths, and the jour

18) Howe Dasbl 13) 0 keys
nvy wasover a wile, it wae a bad (1asy How tas 4 aan hie foc oly

being respectively Tod Sloan, Dogue

4 hy bat by the tne Be 0 aud Re f
ived letter and telegram. Nothing | Ornament, sires almost asmany chest rolesary andthe “oflicial” who had | 8900. Tria buped r ted Deer | tvistake on Bonger’e part Bullen At che «tert Uignity was flest Meatrose 11
Going in the fighting cawe, and if there | pute ae bays aud browns. In some sielted ihe club wereentirely different Xinet ci gall be fete take ‘tive proach paid tbe penaly, suffering ber | otf followed by Hous and Ethel in tbe Sweeper tL.

we you would be the tirst to know it. vt defeat In sixteen races, Lt will] rear, Towards theend of the alx fur-
you were bere to joln me Ia fishing
ead bundog pasty to Alaska.
——e

FTGILIOT VUJINSON Is AUC OED

3 a pF bMUGGLING.

«dace Jobnson will be prosecuted bi
the United States Government tor
paugaling Onlese £0,600 js pald asa
Penaty foe secretly bringing a dia
mond necklace into the United States

quarters there isa teadency to under

White Sur, .
cate Sceptre's stock, but the first three

a:sons! Jn fect, tbe real commissary «unae. all teas lovers of .
Bald vbr wn be remembered that at the provions | tangs, the weight eeemed to tell on
‘are sil winners, and the fourth, Queen new nothing of the matter: butt abet the eport will be glad of ule as be urreting in Deinerara, after Heproach Wee eho toca’ thie Relat’ bepento{ Ib will be noticed that Louond fe
Narbine, hes yet to etart. Maid of | searching C eee per aartag hoax. | presence Of the pride of Buvsbiry | Loh) Gotinton with 43 Ith difference, | lose ground, and. wae soon after {uot entered for the Two Thousand
ot tn was andouttedly the beat | "9 a rvanacriph 5 "Laiwaye moines iauense enthusiasm | hen the handiceppege increased bee | ou of it. The two otbere, made a] Guineas--an omlesion for which Mr,
taoyear-ol i tilly of her year, and — Boston rtp and pupularlty for our races, penally fon her iw % sce, Me Field splendid rece of it all the wey Helton {a binwelt respons ible, because
% ¥ tee gs a ~~ slv sent her home. ja te tl tretch. w ibe @ boree a’ caster is
Coronation, Sorptres ialialy. AN INDIAN CHAUFFEUR GOAT BREEDING Inoctvertainiy what shoukl bava been | yurde trom ihe judge's bor, It was |Eepterber and the antrles did not
has done gr — An Artec Iedlen will drivea csr in There seme wo bw aviir on lately | duse agen ia this instance, instecd of | anybody's prive: in the foal staides | close until November 1 following, The
soV ALS HALF MILE RECORD the Vanderbilt Cup rece. dlan J among bur stock ralvere to take up | having ou fige a piece of horeetlesh as | Digalty stuck best, and won a qgallaot | son of Desmond was, eh course, sold
ia bee pard, tha middle ditarce pai hte ls the Oret vavtite ratlog ian | oat, Dreedis und with thie ond is Reprosyh. rau hiud the tind gt | rece anid greet apnieces Kthel on with bis cogenemeote in the baby
from Kuro; ‘i led hie M. A L, champion ‘ad Indian baseball players and | view severe! have “ der ta be able to keep lu ber com same position, so that buwever good
doy, The “Treasure? Deneitncant nig soord. for the balf-milte a the feibail playere by the bus red, aud wie fren eer peoftetie toval te oy, "Hesldes this.“ Ie ta” win, she my be-and Gere isan impres-
ebarges that tbe pugitist eamusgled » Military Athletic League Uhstapion- Indian runbere by the score, Indise eae rticularty la soow of uur Peieiean glen got the Colony Stakes, sion abroad that she ie vary yyod
diamond necklace valued at $0U0 lato | sbipe at tbe Twenty eecond Hegimen’ | grbrersbave tarde good in the ring, | Induetey ecm, only could eu | beatin Meseppe. Iu our nest lave Indeed—she cannot follow ta Lhe fout-
tbie country when be returned from | Ariuory on April Ob, when be covers | “ly ogians have slwaye excelled at | Coeeiene price tw got foe the rollk bub | we shall have the” Notes vo the Mw: | walk over for Cindevelis, Shewrock uepe of Fosntre and wi both the
the distance to J miner (the Fuur- | all games that quired bodily agility ready sale of stack ats goud tlersra Heces’ by vai Special Corree | 1t puouldered 101be in the Untried | Guloeas, ee be idle Patk Plate
“Shep can io the solors of the Fwras | and ood nerve. but have never taken | CAT giwaye bw Leen Ore creat volume of cheers | (4 things jemchanteal pate overs other 1 wate oe Ts been Anowa (17) aa Lager in making thie duerttutnation
roi the big crowd whieh filled the toad one et @ eteam roller flrtiog ba ee ei artialwaye twady to poy 4 NOTES ON THE GRENADA , Nr Joel probably displayed sound

turing tothe paddock wae slight!
fame, che is sold, to have wrenche
bes pastoin during the rece.

The Ielead Handicap meant another

the coronation of King George.
dubnson appeared at the Federal
Building | and called at the United
Staten latriet-Atiorneys office it
ceally Lo fix the matter up titbout



Proweution, i 7. bed. bat’ Advent was taken of theovoa | judguent, Lbeveuse Absunt takes after
with davtant L sana bistee ene ar eaees fart half milers etarted ia the with © wr eo iyinel se, e curtusity in good it TEing’ uf obese, “i: beogio RACES. viga ‘to prevent an address aud a verv lhe speed Sunéridge in many re
Uorney Laurence Jacote, who isin] wveat O Le Gow by. represent: g tbeworld of epori pelac hat i & tc alock ~~ Tae wpecte, audit will be very surprising
FiutEe of the cuss.’ The pugilist was | she Twenty Lid Hegimen, took {be | WS A nee all of tbe Tudi u's | There te no dou es | city Gus Npectal Correspondent ) | ela eset to provens than it le to} if bels oudowed with stausloe wl
rio at the only way the matter | lead at the start as Ihe ten't iow ty a btalwed from Barbados, both of the Lhe bavtes Mondsy Mewting at Coles | Cure. . clea' tb the bunt
fact oreo ie by ‘tbe prowpt pay 4 stretch, bepperd wee to over ised Tech le eo eaperiepeed drives whe fndien aud Togaenbure ataalins either P, je provided a vary interesting day» {pmpautou of eo ie a sad company over a mile sed a ball or

ce dee nee cn AN nn wie An tne sca nsnttiteaaiit tml tat aoe went

fof 6.000 we & penalty. on bis heels, * i ad bea! * f which ought to give vptendid re- atl, and some very close Hnishes
mei beoklace contained sixty dia \ the Tweaty {birds ne reteb. es pees. ae bee tn splioel the tat Suite for ally é We bee wenseine the | weve inendence, ‘Theattendance wax Toe Nh Biches atts Cotwumpeie
| welte It was wore by Jobasoo’s | turning tato be went like «| tbat be ieraly nineteen yeareold A buulcheis among the half bred foom | wormmwhat sonailer than that of lust | bunt wile Bickle’s Anti Comsunpuive
ment ca! ed ot the tonne Depart: see Saou bad «commend: | moth ag? be won mh Bs miler teach Photh brords, Herbadee tae fora long Uvenr, perticuberty among the tabaor- i Tout inflaieation teen setting’ ta
BAL Bouth Wabash avenue a mala ing les? yece ab Ualveaton, Tezas, covering ibs ius dre Pn 1 lect vat Yenbete tittle and teas oe ty
Ee, th tance ia 180 minutes, wil! lige aod (bere ie DO teaeun why. gived bere alo eviderue Bie sale batict
' filed toe jewelry sg0o and coulis ae pp aed resent ande He Mee « ir Avo niiles. At tos tatecmeuicnal wae same attention sad ietetl\qont gord creole Darling, 1c Domerere, ond + it ie purprising im its results.

|

teu it is diMicule to deal with ‘Treat the ben bores im the het of cna-
Aidates for the Guivass all but Absurd

then snanged in the Derby aud ne i

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Hloymt MAY 1912.

ee ae
The following is the provisional pro:

mag ‘—

aie) Mire Treverx Race- Open to
thesa who have never wona prize at
auy recognised Uycle Meeting. En
trance fey two ahililngs and six pence
Prises to the vaiue oF 8s. 1 andl 8
Time Limit Haina.

2 10u YaRps Fiat Kace—Open Entrance
fee Se. Pilaceto the valu of @ B4

§

3% Harr Nuns Bors Bicre gs Nat
Opeu te buys umder 17 yours of agi on
dey of the Sports. Entrauce Fee 3,
No Kacing Cycten allowed. Miie > of

the talue of 3, Sinnd 82

Â¥cLe Race- Open En

Od. The Utrie tan us

rises of the vaiue of B10, Fo ait Bh

Lose Jcar-Open butrauce bee is

QW, Mises of the vaiue of $5 and 83

6. Ehaty Mine Bicrees Rack Upen in
travee Fee ae. Gl. dime Lient Lymine
ares of the value of #iu B) and

7. uy Yanna Fuat RAcs—-Open, En
trance feels. Gi. lrizes of the vaiue

$6, ¥iund 34.

Os MILE Lore’ Bicycte Race—1Con
ditiona us Nu.3) Katrance Fee is. Gd
brises of the value of €4, 81 and @2.

% Tos Boxaxea Five Ming MicycLE
dtack—Open. — katiauce Mee Ye. Od.
Aime Liat 16 roms. = Coupetitors
wus have actually raced in at least
oue of the prevediog Cycle events to
be oligibie for thig race. let Prizes
A Chaseuge Dilver Cup presented by
Meers, Suith Bros. a Us. (ie be wou
twise lu sucocesvva or (hive ilines
altugether). fal. Prize uf the value
OS. sed Prize BS. Lap Prize Bb
Weauers 0f tet Mise at exh Aletiug
to reovife a Gold Medal,

































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Port-of-Bpaia, Saogce Grande and Arima,
March a-im



prize of.
4i9 Yaups Frar Race—Open. En-
trance Lee ls, Gd. Pires of the value
of 94, ¥3 wud 82.
Tux Witsoss Lro, Tures Mite
BICYCLE iacs,—Upen. ‘Line Liwit.
Opwlus Cowpetitors uuab bute
sctualiy rroed fu atleast to of ihe
tog Uycle events to by eligtdie
lor thia rece. Ist prize: A bis A,
Uleyote presentud by Mosers. \\ ilsona
(ot) Led. fod prize of the value
663, ded prize $4. Lap prize 82.
HisH JUMP. - Upen,

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SINGER, SEWING MACHINE

Branch Shops at Sau Fersando; Sangra Grande and Se

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Latranve Fee
In. Gl. Prizes of the value of & and

16 Hair Nive Feat Race.—Open, En







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. Agent ant Collect f Debye Rent s | trauvs kee 2s Gud. Pilzes of the valuc
——a — | Government Auctioneers, | de"somnt Se eitraatbcb'™ oF, ents In 7, Ugts Gtand $2

experfence ef the conguuntty and bis | 37. ae dsuminguam Swat. Anus Cu ,

mie agctrnncemroisn, | SRP cai cat | thea ;

an trust which may he contided to hf Shorlue. tet prize A challeuge dSilves hes

| CHARLES HEIDSRIOK CHAHPAGNE | tictan ty comuniestod with Uy those | COP, precuted by “tbe aa, Co./ Mado Romarkablo Pr
. 7 s | desiring his eerviovs at No. 10 Nelwon | turvuah rete lutal Agents, Aesors. during the Past Yeas
By Royal W. aaas "MLS Street or inkind cara of R Lo och Evq., leas ., (to be won three
y Roy: “Guero the 8, King Manager Ice House Hotel of th 3 on. | AGORA ENSbe Geld a4 at each
WE ee eee 3. on’ o2 gA gents . April gndefm. - ‘ THON SRUS ES gia? of paize :
. Big the ansurausy winyaty, La P prise #4, New Insutance Issued __... we ie

Estaprisaen Ie,
1 GA RS & 1 A By rr 3} Prepared to accept riske of alld \.
OL > CIG- R 4 TT 3 S Uon of property Bod ‘contenta in tow
and country at current ratee, i
Mave, peeared GULD MEDALS of the sb heat ‘yards qrherever ther have been N ine I On |
sz . 0 OB. BS and C tificate of é 8,

ted. Th only CIOAR paicloaner awarded a certificate of honour ating insurance Co., Ltd. U.8.A,

EKoucton,

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(PiAeuate of Howard University
Surgeon Dentiet, Oftice 10i
Duke St. between Pemboke & Aber.

HANFORD’S















Inaurance in Force .,
Members of the Q P.C.C, will have a» Increased Over 1
discount of 23 percent onthe L.

ihe
. LZ
Fee Specitled for tag vallous eveutay Net Premium Income ” y
'o prize w! awar. "
there Ste wt least efght coumpetttors to Total ince ae ‘ ‘$224 339 99 2
Butei jari slieyhol
ont ies will berecelved at the Searetary’s Payments to Beneficiariestand ,Volicyholders

tice nos later than 4 pm, oa FHIDAY,
lira MAY, An Increase Of 1. «.$252,589 54

910 ...85,175,008 9¢






ove oe



_ ——

.y . cones -

B &J. B. MACHADO PORT-OF-SPAIN BALSAM OF MYRRH . A.B. BOWEN, | ASSETS — $14,601,668 02 IXCREASE —
LA Th fal Establishment - _ Secretary, = 4s a
arbour treet Jamaica. TRINIDAD, . AN EXTERN ~ | _— Policyholders’ Resor ves...$12,798,546,
BALE FOR WEDNESDAY THE Yirn J TRINIDAD BAe AY OF AY ee TH “ NAL REMEDY | rrivipan, Including the Shareboldors’ Fund and the Apectal Iteserva for
: pare 1 avo wig, Ta the beprowe Onart of Trletdad aud fue TOTAL SURPLUS FOR PRUTECTION OF

DAY OF APRIL, 1912 SALY FOK TUESDAY THE ith DAY tp on For Mam 4s BAST Tubaga, HBULDERS— $1,612,670 51.

given 4 ie Po BLIC NOTICE 14, bersby ge wen that ' We guarantee 1% to hea, Fommary Inrwdiction ~Port-of Spale, The deduction from reserves aliowable under the new I




















popuc NOTICE ie hereby
that Jo exercise of the l/ower of
Sale contained fo a certain deed dated
theiysth day of December 19, and
regietered ae No, SuTi of 10.8 and made
betweea Jusg Cam




















pUsitc NOMCE is bereby given
that iu exercise of tha Power of
Sale conferred on Mortgagees by the
Conyeyancing and Law of Property
Ordinance 1831, contsiced ina certain

ferred on Mottgagees by the Coaveyan.
clog and Law of Property Ordinance 1884,
cootained fous certain Dot of Stetatory
Mortzage dited the 29tb, April 1900 res
gis ered ae No 2779 01199 from Du'sr





alter all elssfaile ,

It Removes Proud Flesh
I¢ prevents Grangeno,



No. 691 of 1911,














not taken into account in determing this eurplus,
he HMeud wtffice A
athe onener ot King aad Yoage Stress Coronto, was sold
8040.0), yielding s hsadims profi, Toa present office
or two yea:



Between
B jamin Moss sh Naree—Pesintiy,
an




Arvamn Or oe aliefendant,















soot tive second ; ‘ UB IC NUTICE wnat at WW.'E, YOUNG,—Geoeral Agsot and Supertatenorlf
art, Josepbin of the second | Memorandum of Mortgage No. 138 | toJobo Ld Chow there will pat op for Tt Ciears OQ) . ‘ ¥ etven that eB —Geoeral Ageot an p “y
pote bed "Goodwilie & Witsoe Ltd, af | dated 7th June 200 frou Habert Arnin | Kale by. the undersigned st bie Auction And Heals Thea 4 Sores, our M dene rte Oyderet ti a Hay. BRAN. aod Spanish Atuerica, 1s
4 there will Le putup forsale | Francis to Dorothy Liddelow. there {| Mat Nu. 9a Harrie Promeoade in the ! i Tth dey sf Mer b tly — ng ate she Neu OFFICE: 6% Nailne Square, Port-of- in am
by Pooks Asotion by the undersigned | 6!!! be put up for Bale by the under. | Town of Hin Fernando on Tuesday the | a4 phariecsbere al i émidots the abay March 23,—1m Ts :
st the Auction Net. No, 1 St. signed at hisAuction Mart No Ita | 2Â¥th day of May 1912 betwee: the hours It Seats ali Seah woonds acd sores on tbe 4 oot ih eebew for sale hefgre
Vincent Street, on Wednesday the | Harris Promeuade in the Town of | of One and Two p.m. baman system or Doms tie Auimals, 8 Sa ve Tho ue oa §taee Porte rte | nmmmvmmeenmenemenmmmepnenes
Dive day of April 1012. between the | 980 Fernando on Tuesday the 7th day All that pareel of land comprisiog Four 1st betwee tne Ke eo 2d vay of Mey 7 ed
bourse of Lao! 2 pun of May 1912 between the how sof one | ecres throe rude and twenty 2 co perches _X8 Gwures Tre AL and nie, ' ours ‘td sot 24m, & SOULDLETTE OHOCOLATL SOUBLETTS:
AN aad Singalar tbat certaia parcel J 0d two p.m. situate In the Ward of Savens Graode Gara Gason scree) at loreal tba Cran teea or n
of laud situate in the said ‘Town of All that py! oft land situate in | South jo the idend of Trinidad and abat- ' . Guanepain the 1 fa tre Ward of <
Port of Spsio formeity known as No | the Ward of Savana Grande South | tog on the North by lsode of Withian | OF ARANTEEL TO GIVER S4gte 7, aheio, 7 A a Tioided een 3 :
8, Plooadilly Street, afterwards aa | (2 tbe Island of Tiinidsd comprising | Swith onthe South by Crown Lands on TON OB SOsT YOU NOULING Hon sine caus xf PEYEN Faaciae © FINEST COCOA,
No. 8, Vietorla Street, aod now aso, | Hse acres three roods and thuty four | the East by laude of Patle aud on the Sole Agentas Foea lensed on yore ed Evet ups 5
Reduey btreet, and abutting on the P Perches delineated in the diagram | West by leads of Karta. 3 3 lode et oF is Buh end Wear rood a
Norihon fot No. 7, Radney Street, on | hBexed, to tbe Crown Grantin Vol PP, MICKERING, SMITH BROS, & CO orn tel th 136 ve “f ~ .
the Suuth a7 lot No. $ Roduey btree, PAULL. Fo. 205 and bounded on _ the Avotioocer, _e oe. etod (bia a Merch 1912, a - Re.
on the East on Roduey Steet and oo | North by lands of Evelina Baptiste | —————___.___.. —_—— 7% LOVE..ACE,
tue Weeton land of Jno Rodrigues | £24 by Jauds of Augustus aul on the Depa v Re istrer, E of
kounn ae No. JH Besson dtreet, to- | South by lands gf James Kewley on OIL WELL â„¢" 4 di
anther wink the appurtenances, | Weet by lane of Hvillen’ Denice 0 NATIONAL a prrest cuocesl
ORLIC Nurice is aleo bere sen c ste an DRILLING MACHIN ERY .
aut jus tail of Vand’ beraiatier | Plants atone for, Natale, TesOnT Assurance .ompany| 3
eet will also so the 4 a= PRE . . x ‘ 0
undetslg ed on the date and hour MuE oudertigued 4 o} Just received per FRESH ASSORTMENT OF IRELAND, BIOUDLETTE © (OCOLALH — SOT BLETIEZ ©

abore-meationed at their said Auction
Mart, vie All and binyn'ar that oe
tain pa oel of land now known as No.

ne, * Crown of Cordova,’ the follow-
jog OF Weil Dailliog Machinery, vis .—
Oneex ra beavy Steed De rick, with Ball

- of—

PP. PICKBRING,
Auctioneer,

































Horged ia the Yorkshire Fire and











| Life Ivsarance Go
$8, Hoduey Street inthe said ‘f f ; opany.
Rurcel Spain and’ abutting ‘oni —- dur Wrote, Swtthons bree net | HUNUey and! Palmer’s| mstszitened cola. | | COMPOUND CELERY NER¥
Sorth up Jot No 5, Hadnes Birest, ou Elevators, Ball Dealag Swivele, Wire SUBSCRIBED OAPITAL £ Gu uw ;
ou tbe Heat, an Heodvsy Street anion [SALI FOR 1UKSDA\ ri amu | ety ote, Sutra nee Cat AC forer) TER FUNDS 1,500,000 NIE vest - General Detit Lack ol
Cn * : , nin | geltigpole with 18” sbeaves, a — , st remedy for General Debility 1 atigue, ;
the Sr ate No, Resow Bir, Avie i ire avian tai, wen tuint|CAKES & BISGUITS,| xen Sizioe. cia all af 4
Dated thie Web dey of Mareb, iviz. pubic NOTICE js bereby given that | Sbeaves ced whvekle) Pleblug poole, Wire — Lee . . Frise 11.00 4
talon in twa covered Mesoctuaeo sists: | Har’ Tosthee” perueulore and St. Helene Square, York. England ALTARS PHARMACY Belmont, gud Yin | » site TRADES
TY Gort" Auslonesrs | eg fs rit Sea | apt ee TAMES EV ERARD'S | PREPARED ws scoopt rate of al aie Wash Uouve <<
Fret a y & QQ
Ha dated the Mtb Fei . outs to towa aud am ones = 1
fee nn rade by Alensader” Jeitey is farout a Randolph Rust, Red Star Pal, cy Beha a eh 1919 lixeu 0 HT
a i t . Rates
TRIRIDAD— iA tEweL OF THE we mae ty Fue Ayano oy tae be fut per aeraes Fetrolown LAGER B EER (FRED. Bx. oor, FSlun y
. ‘eoend * Purt- of Bpais, OP a ee ~ . . ee ee ee .
08 1 Fal OF Berrian wis | Oprle ce tooekey the SR ApTITE ee | A Meeks 12 se ie ‘Board and Residence. /§ ‘
Be petllaned shorty. "| Whiee the hours a ong aad tire pan | 4 . sme ( esidence. / Special Reductlon of 1st Glass â„¢
Tha wil ty fe meat gulercating fou ea al oeate in the vad al | SINGUIN EA U BRE iS | GE HO USE A? the follawing addrev any une - -
pita ed in De batduc rer gitirs the lsised Ot Trinided, com: i*bovimion. Covor a} Zh wishing for a quiet home with wee tom - na pad ;
ear eet prcuuctgitaletass | Othe ome sta eet et | omisuOn NTIST oy | Ret siete padres cule | RETURN MOCKED FROM TRINI
tha Goueny ver phutogra. ' al 9 tg sa cones | SOMMISSION = MERUHANTS DENTISTRY Scoommogsted . ‘and’ the tormeelly SOUTITAMPTON £20 ;
are horeby'in | Bea’ ad's a io Seek | ~ cure Sv eent Da, LU. W. LYNG Inge or young Tadtew er apais 2 CO | as aieus " a1 ee
utr Fortaed tagether . RB, ° . be aeslsted ood by “NAGDALENA) leaving un 25 1 Ji 1s ao
ae tag) ip ag tee MONKY OLD Medatlet aod CLT | ee sani sad olagitans Homme Lee | Houthaaysida an OF itegal ait the
Buus ty an ex | v of April 1012 ‘ DVANUSD ip enuail ur lecge suaue G Meberry Denial Caleay Poa H Premines, Please apply to other Gisemar than See em i ner parasite
te fd. sour . gu dewsllery. bas tiv vescticed eg walten rig | Revelvot, 10 REVELL, ,
wun & | “batt bab LOAN o. | ips 0 Fovuler prt Poses d0- Sey | Vane Ret a | The Boyal Mail Seam Packet Companys OF
* we Fe
. aq ABINE GQUARS. PORT OL SPAIN
. Tebediry th i









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“Cocos Planters, Sugar Planters and Vane Furmers put n
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‘TRINIDAD MANURIAL LIME.
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Manuracturep °y,

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mona @ a

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ror MALARIA

fn all the sections where Malaria fs
resent injts worst form Pam-alameete
‘with great success.

hitls and fever i
Chil sae d fever are overcome by it, frequently

Igdoes not contain quinine in any form nor are
, eenie and is perfectly harmless.

Z Dr. A Gul of Ponce, Porto Rice writest
*Thave pleasure in stating that Pam-ala was effective
In a case of Malaria which had been in progress over 8 days.
The Pame alt redicaily cured 4,”
Dr. M.A. Aucibach, Mezico, DF. weritest
“Tt gee ms pleacure to state that the tesulie olteined
wth Pam-alo 11 cares of Malaria have been all that could
Le expacted. Ar ummediote decrease cf temperature, the
tame prong pe teen ut wnhoiit duagreeable after effects,

Small ard Perce Bottles— Of all Dregriste,









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WE CATER FUR WEDDINGS, AT HOMES PARTIES, PICNICS, DANCES
‘ AND HOTELS

Besides the follo wing Tasty*aseortment of swnall Cakes, all from best English
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Plua Cates, Sponge Cakes, Jam Tarts, Jam Pulf, Currant Tarts, Coconut
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17 FREDERICK STREET,—“ THE LITTLE SHOP,”
HENRY DICK,—.1 Man You tKnow,

“FOR SALE!

PROTO T TART aETE

BUILDERS & CONTRACTORS
WILL BE PLEASED TO HEAR SHAT °

THE SCHOONER “ALBANI” FROM MOBILE.

Tus Saat aveivad with a Seleet Cargo oF

ROUGH & DRESSED PITCH PINE BOARDS

‘ Comprising 308,726 Feet.

—- —+e0-8 4-

| With the Market entirely bare of thin grade
tended buyers will do well to secure
now.

WE OFFER THE ABOVE AS USUAL CHEAP,

of Lauber, in-
their selections

J. GC. NEWBOLD & CO.

TRINIDAD,




BALE FO} TUESDAY THE let

DAY OF MAY, 10.2

UBLIC NOTICE ts hereby given thes | J!

fr cone on Wednesday, Mih A
ferred 00 Mortesgecs by the Conveyancing
acd Law of Property Ordicance 1834
contalced in @ certain Memorandeam ef
Mortgage, No. 2 dated the 2hth Jone 1011,
from Semuel Cooper to William Meory
Nightingale, there will be put up for sale | S357
the undersigned at bis Aaction Mors

2

in exercise of the Power 0

by
lo 9, Harrie Promenade In the Tow

San Fernando, on Taeeday the 2st dey of
May 3912, between the bourse of one Bad

hwo p.m,

All those two parcels of land situate ia
orags and Sevena Grande

the Wards of M
Bonth fo the Ieland of Trinidad —
Tha First thereof com
aod ten perches delineat
ansezed $0 the Crown Grant fo V:
CXVII, folio 463, and bounded
North, Gouth and Hast ty
and om the West by lands
pet_end intersected by

with a Reserve forty dre links wide along

esther bank,

And the Second thereof comprising five

the CertiBcate of Title, Volame CRXX}, 21506—1

acres delineated fo the Diegram drawn ni
follo 7, and bounded on the North ao
BSoath b

the Kast and Wea d
intersected by a Roa

@,
Dated this 10th day of March, 1912,
P, P, PICKERING
Auctloneer,

‘TRINIDAD,

To the Sepremea Cunrt of Trinidad and | 24378—4 gold carribgs, 1 gold log

Toba,
No, 140 of 1008, ad
In the Matter of
The Rea! Property Ordinance,
And
Pau! Augustus Alex

PusLic NOTICE ts hereby given thas
shown within fourteen days from the date | }2307=4 gold
abtication of thie Notica in the | 1224-1 od oun

tnlese cause to the cuntrar:
of the
Royal Gazette a provisional Certificate of
Title tn revpeet of allthso pleos of lend
pitaete in the Ward of Tarare delineated
‘and with the abattale aod boundaries
thereof fn the diagram attached to the
Crowa Graot registered at Volume @!,
folio 191 of the Kegletry Book oo which
it appsars bounded as follows:—Oo (he
North by Crown laods, oo the South b
Crowa lends end landeof Charles Athed,
and by land of Carraciolo, on the East by
Warner's Kosd 45 finks wide, by lands of
Paul Alexis, and by tasde of Carreciolo,
and on the Went by Crown lands inter.
sected by the Warver and Qaildou Rosd
each £5 links wide ; will Le tseued to Pao)
Auguatoe Alexis,
ated thie Bd day of April, 1911,
THOMAS 1, POTTER,
Aaring Registrar General,

TRINIDAD,
In the Supreme Court of Trinidad aud

« , Tobago.
Summary Jurledictlon—Port of Spain,
No, 804 of 1910,

Leen
Bboagwani. Beek~Plalati!
and
Soomariah~ Defendant.



P that by Orders of His Honoura Mr.
Justice Swan aod Mr Justice Russell
made herein on the 13th day of Jacu-
ary 191 and the 23th of March 1912
there will be put up for eala before the
door of the Court Houee, in the town
of Portot-Spain, en Thureday the aed

jay of Ma: 2 éun the hours ©!
one and two Sek Ts the afternoon,

Alland Singolar tbat certain parce}
of land situate at Oaratal Settlement,
in the Ward of Mootserrat, in the
Island of Trinidad, comprising five
acres and abbuttiog onthe North upon
Road, on the South upon lands of
Andrew Meckye and lands of Joseph
Gutierez, on the E-st upon Caratal
Road aod the West upon Jands of
Aodrew Mc¥ye. And also all and
Singular thet certain parcel of
land situate at Caratal Settlement, in
the Ward of Montserrat, in the said
Island
abutting on the

Ramadin, on the East partly upon
lands of Tom Yaraba and partly vpon
lands of Dotah and on the West upon
lands of Barrat. .
Dated tots rd day of April lh.
LH, LO

ELACE,
Deputy Registrar.
THINIVAD,
io the Euprome Conrt of Tilnidad and
Tobaga,
No, 24 of 1032,

tween
Nathaciel AtkintP.stouf,
ry
Virgiola Atkins, Madclaice Braxvu,

Frances Achorg, George Sanwarl and
Spencer Lovey Defendants,

PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given, thet P

ac auction bes been commenced, by
Nathenle! Atkins the Kvecntor of the
last will of Adelalde Losey late of Hard.

bargala Villige fothe Ward of Savane
Grande North dated the 3rd dey of | Mortrre Ne. 1s wel Sod ny ie

January 1903 against the shove vewed
dotendaata cletiniog a Grant of Probate io
Solemn Form of Law of the aald will of
the deceased and thst the aaid ection bas
bern set down for telel fot ‘Mopndsy the
6th day of Ney
Dated this 13:b dsy of April 1912
HOBSON & KEISALL,
Plaintifs Soliciters,



ee ae —
a the OG | 21064~2 gold earrings, 1
cleme 241331 golt bangle

on the | 24157—1 gold banule

Crown Lacd | 25-1 gold necklet, 2 bangles
of Jonathan | 2¢207—2 gold earrin;

Marso River | 24350—38 aflver tang

y lande of Ubarles Batler aod on
Crown laod and | 2164t—2 collare
reserved 50 links | 24095—E silver coin necklet

fo the Matter of the Application of

UBLI1 NOTICE is hereby given | 22-3 sliver banxies

comprising five acres and | and contents nf Warehouses, Offiven,
orth dpon lands of | Shops and Stora Premises and Private
Ramadip, on the Suuth upon Jands of | Dwellings at modera e prices,

Auction Sale.

ERK will be a public Auction Sale
pill 1918 at
the office of the (risided Loan dom-

ENGLISH

HARNES

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6,000 Pictures at Half-Price |!

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any, No. 38 Frederick Streets of the
oliowing aoredeemed articles :— a
Maren 1011, :
1d 2 gold earn LL sorte, and tq anit all purposes, vis, Chapels aod Schools, Hotele and Hee
“I Siver hale old chet, Sriog, italt rast, Shope, Dieing Rooms, Pablie hatte “and ish Rove ‘all cee
price. ~
034 clive: armlete. FO R S$ A L. E . Bestdes SPECIAL JOR LOTS for Wholesale Buyers tf
ie Bost Urdret armlety ’ —_—_— BALK open from the Ter MAY at The CAMELLIA, 61 Queen bt, Port-ol-Spaia, J
BISSLY Kold pecklet , ¥ ‘4 c
Hou? silver collar In Error we havo been for- | Apel 18h ~Im Anthony Toulon,:
ZUW—4 pleces colt, 2 pins warded. — a :
LHI] gold bracelet a Sa a TY




















113 ponies.

24.01 allver coin neckles
24407=1 sliver collar, Barmilete, 2 eartio
24500—6 sliver bapules, 2 carsings, 1 od
coin
HO—1 allver watch
24612—6 wold earrings, Brings, 1 brooch, 2
charm. §pimeng ld

posed of at Invoice Costs,

Lascelles de Mercado ¢ Co,
. 49 Marine Square,
April itch lols,

2igust ater coin nec INSURANCE
247201 gold nose rhe ——U mee
ea bangles .
He2-1 cid breast portion novepted b.
WTI —1 ged ring, 1 gold necklet y
2251 wold chain

SH43—~4 allver armlets, & gold earrings

Spectal Contfracta wuter O.dinance,
Nov. 2911.
13660=1 gold eallar
gold coin

INSURANCE CO, LTD

ii
12708—1 yold obala, 1 evwtadnitunsat s50tw

1208=1 pold waved
127081 gold ebaia

123028 gold bead nenktets “ We are now prepare to accept

risks on the Oil Finida se. on Ver-
ticks, Motor, Kagine and Boiler
a} Houses, Refineries, Residential
quarters end other property, Oil
tanks wad thoiee mtvats ote. .

tabsoribed Oap:tal.... $ 9,814,845
fatal Funds at Slat
Decamber, 1610 ... £91,959,899

Bole Ageots for Fir Depart
- Trinidad Tartment

14007—2 silver cola neckiot
lust—2 silver bangies, 2 gold earings,

noes Hogs
1313}—2 sliver cottars, 2 anklete, ¢ armiete,
2 bangtes, Laing.
18273—1 poid wanh
1szie -1 byke.
Teescd String auld beads, ¢ gold earrt
S~1 strip a, d gold earrtn
; s sg es

=f by ke

1254-1 wold bangle, 4 gold earrings

136.8=1 wold ring, 1 sliver coljar, 1 sileer
_ooin necklet, 4 silver area'ete, 2

tsergdaiver aeblew, 2 bangles Told | the telntdad Sipping -& feeding
~- —7” ooln
18683—1 gold watch and chalao : Ce., ta

13633—2 gold braculets
187et—3 gold wulf chela
134U0—2 wold cotus, | gold bead,
Liowt—§ gold watches, J gold chaine
13015 —22 bilver bangica, 2 collar.
1302-1 paic alsmoud earings
1307-1 diamoad and cnierald nicklet,
1 gold chain aud pure,
140002 guid earings.
Uls—1 gol coin,
At 0@ lligh Street, San Ternando. Same

MARINE [NSURANUE effected on Cargo
Ipecle (Qold on, balrer) acd Hegimne

THE OCEAN
VARIME WSUAANiE C8 LID

Of BONDON .

date aad buur SAPITAL
Savtember 1911. . - to wn £100.00
1817-2 gold banaten ¢ galt earings, SESERVR oe LRUO000

fg ae-- CHE TRINIDAD SHIP.
{IN 3 4 TRAVING Oo. LT ,

2019~S allver collars, 3 silver bangles.

Parties paying Interest up to time of

sale can have loan Lenew aye “~ ~~
LANCASHIRE | RMS.B.

INSURANCE COMPANY | Coss71z servicer
FIRE & LIFE, NOTICE.

WIND to the RAL “Spey,
Now

having to lad uy {0 the pur.
Royal Lusuraue Co, Ltd,

row sf des douking and general re-
Funds Exceeds ... £12,000,000

aire fiom Bnd Apcil to Oh May 1912,

has been arranzed, with the Pere
NSURANCES off ced agnina’ love
or damage by’ Piso on Bu llines



ROYAL MAILSTEAM
PACK BT CO,





MERGED IN THE



t

mNal mcf Hoe Bee-ilency the Gover.
nor, for the +a, *Keanet t yperform
the Comal Services of Tried ted And
Fotage during tat period as underp=

On Moudey 22nd Apritand
2gth Apri, at1o para

Tht Kennet’ alt teave Port of
Spain pone Scoth caliirg at Beta,
oruge Guatagosyara St Margaret,
Plaiscoce, 8S. Jusepl Mangenilta, |
arpving on ednerdsay and taking |
the English Mail) and thense tn Toco,

PROMPT AND EQUITABLE SETTLE-
MENT OF LOSSES —

Agente Scarboro (art wing Thursdey) Thence
os sEsst reund aobiaga, eslling at

{eborough Perabroke, Floxboro,

T R § Kinga Bay. Man-o-Wae Hay, Ply-
Soathrsro on Saturday ae Bear mich

‘ro an iBT oD. 7

The Honanmm Bogleb Mail calling: ab Tooo, Sane
Port-of-Spiin Tibuidsd, Suuct, Grande Riviere, Matelot,
TRINIDAD. ilauchieseute, arriving at |
BALE OR TUESDAY THE s0rm | Spun on Sund y, ‘

ON MONDAY 6rm MAY.

The sa, “Keone” leaves at wid
night and rraumens service sa pet itive
gary for nie! week,

The + Spey" will leaveon Tusday,
ith Alay, 4. 6 pw. cesuniing her wr’
vica ae er Lidoraty for mul week,

‘ora Torker i to:mation epoely at
the Comp.ny « Oflce,

blariae Pyuare,

Porteof-Spain,

DAY OF APKIL 1012

UBLIO NOTICE « hareby g ven that
in exera ce ot tue Piwee of Bie cn
ferred nn Murtg ures by the O nveyare
foe ard Law wm Piocer 5 Or ienacee 1884
eonteined ia « reriaiy Memorandum #
wipog: No Le tated 2.4 Jaly 3910

will be pas up for ws etyine gs “ gee
Lhis Auction Ma ” o g :
Hex, Poccess Sturetn tbe Tewool Bio Aat at Brarboru', Tobago,
Fornsnd> oa Toeday the Sub dey of | 15th Avril (Ol2—-Je.
April 1912 between the hours of 1 aed | py toan, â„¢~
he BALE FUR TUBIDAY THE "ety DAY
OF MAY 10%

Ppupite NOTICE & b-reby elven that

2 p.m,

an that percel of land atasie is ¢
ward of Bevana Grend*, South, io ike
[vlaod of Tesnides cotupraing five acres
jo the Mfagtem a neared tothe








deli ‘ Pete

FINA Court of Titn'dad and | Crows Grant ia Vult CLXXI frlto 438 ieend on 31 ret ei ieivaane
To the Bopreme and boaaded po the Noite uy bende o 1) ad Law ut P opaty Ordinance 1884 0c:
w oft © fudber by foun vt Ou: Woon aed by 9 | 8 ard ta Pa! owtcie” teed el
No. #0 Between Rod recive! Aly like wide, on the Moriguge dsted tha Qh. diy of Merch
Chrismas, Tarobell 00 called Charles | Sear by Janae et itlooed fae ty ite ai | 1910 rig ord an No. 856 uf ihe prot ool
- intiff, . at ont al ane U aed mate be-
Turnbalt—Phaintl Sty Wekewde ulom the Westby toads | teney B sweseeg of the Grar part of

end
The Adwinletrator Geseral—De‘ondant,

UBLIC NOTICE is hereby given that

‘an Action bes been commenerd by

tmas Turoball also estled Charles
et all the Execator of tbe art Will and





werk and by a Hoel rece ved,
this 18 bdeye! Ap +! 1082
Pad eT WO MBBIE.
Aueten eo”.
ih DAU and (OB aud,
| midi ie Bip eve Court,

Su Bun wl Abeipdor of the second
pert wot Wi liam Frese Lickese of the
thir! port toer- witha patap tor aule
" hecnterayaet at hie Auction Mart

‘Rif ris Pe tense ia the Tiwa of
Mao F vnsadoon Turnisy the 24h dey of

of

Veatament of Roters Turaba Jiate of the | pp ibs Matter ch ie Hints at Joseph | Moy 1012, termes the humic l One ead

Ward of Hivena Urande North, Penton

dsted the 9b day of Septembe:

t the above named defendant elsiw-

ee . Great of F obate te Helena Pow i}
yiilof the deceased a

tam che anid, has Leen set dows for

the sald actlon
vost tor Menday theGih day of May 1012
Dated this tale dey of A pet! 101
TIOKSON & KELSITALL
. Plaintiff « Selict wes.

A cross, restieas baby ive ulck baby ad

stomach or bowelé are Apoerally the
the trestle, M ABY
ancin tes and restvorativ

Rae of the BO

aan
be o!

ailments.
»—Price 83 conte
bottle—*' I beee

tity
acim tank
ats gs (

feuju. Al thet parret of lends eom-
Oring bien serenond Luecty ome pre
chowmsiigve ia bs Ward if Gropaohe ir
—_— Une Island of Trieid «4 aed roguded onthe
JUBLAS LOT] Eis borehy given thes | Moz bby igetect Cuonj § Meher] end
| Anolleati nb bas en mide ty me hy | On wa + on the Sos b by iinds of
Alice Hernan ca of 8 ce Soul in the | Qa atin J = ph ard the Moreris Raid aad
Word of T cvirths flan, fer a] ny taude uf Crown nn eee ee
Great of Leuters of A m'evtration at the | lends al cate Wee by & Pe Rood
| Baatord Jo igh Neng Herrandes leis
of the Worl uf Tose ip tae esld Ielead

denseset
the 15 b dey uf Gey ember
tha aid A ive H- ragadss big de lew
ful widow and s+iee af ibe eald decerred.

41d Nouvce is alee piven thet if a:

Hernsn ‘es teat Sine Busel
Waid «f Tx Panter

Heo
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Li! procesd wo ieee Letters of A imi: i+
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iWariouns Bywateme of Inmurmnos, {

Warote Firs Asscnance-By pretalun, payable for whole of tite
. Do, Bo, fore ilmited nawber of years, j
Espowsayt Agstpaycks Payable ata tived late o1 on previons death
Ot Lire AsevRawcs Layablo tothe auritycrof two persons onthe death of either,
HORT Teaw Assenincy Sultatie as secuiits for temporary loans and kio fret
* business airang: mente. i
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Bonuse® given oath: Compound Hons Syston Fant Bonus ite f anna

1 fi iy to.
For {further Information Shown ~Agent 0, Marius dyuare, Portot-Spalo,

FRANCIS i
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PROVISIONAL PROGRAMME

OF

TRINIOAD TURF GLUB RACES |

10 BE ILELD ON THE

‘MUEEN’S PARK SAVANNAH

ON --

Satuéday, May 25th and on Monday May 27th 1912

First Day,

Nov 1 THE MAIDEN =Time 1%) pan Ihetance & furlongs. Open to all
horses that Ste takleus at time of entss ‘The winaer will receive 150 dole,
and (he second Loree 8) duly. Entrance 1 dole.

Nu 2 QUKBN'S CLATH-Tiwe 2 pin Distaves tile Open to all horses,
The winner will receive 2 dole together with all Nweepetakes, and the
secoud horve* will receive 75 doula jCalrauce Hi dels, with a Sweepetake





onthe ita

of 10 dots

No 8 NUINSERY STARAS -Tune 24) pan Dielance 4 furlunge Open valy
Ww "3" year old UCreotes The wicner will reovive Ia)dols. and the secon
horse whit receive fiidols, Hntiance [5 dole

Nu. 4 CLUB SPEAK Ke ~The 44) pu. Uretatwe 0 futlonga, pen to all
bores, To winner will receive 26 ule Logethers with all Sweepstakes and
the second boree will recetve 75 dol. Rntrance 3) duls, with a Sweep

dois.
no ERBOLE RACK -Time t pou. Uwlauce 6 futlunge. Open onty to
Ureols horeee.

pe winner will receive IMduls Lugether with all eweey!
stakes and the escoud horse will receive Hidul, Batrauce lu dole with «

6 sepababe uf Wao.

No. @ KINGS PLATE —Time tpn Distance | wile, Open Ly all horses,
The winner will recejve 25 dols together with all Hweepetakes aud the
second hore will receive 15 daly Hotrance a) dole. with a Sweopetake

of 10 dole.
Sccond Day

AIDEN HANDICAP ~Lime ld 2) pain Uisteuce o furlongs
No dicapopentio all that are naideus ab the time of soley. Tue
will tegeive $1440) aud eeund hurwe will reoulve G00.
No 2 CREOLE HANDICAP. Hime 3 a Diskaoee nue 8 futon
; eer .
a Gerere shes. sued huree will recelve @0800. Kutramce ei):

eT RolGar —Time 20 pan tristan Juhl 4 flan
4 yo - ae] A a
Mos ane Bi recvive #225 (8) with all owen

i to "he whnuwe wi
shee Gad the sevoad hure will receive 675.10 Kuteance $31.00 witha

Ou,

ND ae Que i vA Distame 5 tuslongs § A

Handleap open only to J year-old | rerbes te winner wall receive Blot

and the gecand horse will yecvive eth Enteance §10 00.

No.6 MIDSUMMER HaNnbic AP. ~ Time tpan Distanu 6 fudunge 0
dandicag dpe ty all hore. The winuer will recive Seeks) wyelbo with

all sweopetaken, gud werrind haves will receive 2.30 Entrance @L0) with
sw 7°

nud WERL INDIAN HANDIGAE Thao 40 pus Distanue Londen A

Heudi ap open only lol neule hovers, The eluger will: ecolve G40.) Logetber

with all ewe: petabes, and Ube second burmese will recelve QML) Kilgant a

Gay Ub) with o Bu vepstab ¢ of QUA
Nut QUEENS PAKK HANINCAP -Tuue 5 gue Usatanee 1 mil A
| aadlicay oper tw all ures winner eit workve me eyerber
weepetahen, eound bores will receive 15.10
Talutwith a! woupetabke of G10.(i0, meas

ton

A tan-
Wianes
trance $15.07

A Handicap
together with

eccosd oy!) fe 6h p ped whole Nl d | freae stores .
Dated wie Kt taf aoe id Secu” Som Bree a ce La Sopa ALBERT HCCLDREAN
IN. Dee es om bal tls caning .
Bagager, (wen 6 cee eet Sera clay

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Tot to iad mut bd he, of war.”
‘utor thee In stratageu: Ar,
Shakespeare, I Menry Vi. TY.. &

The game of “ Chésa " is far too well
known and Bractivod in this colony,
for us to make any attempt at an in-
troduction, We will therc fore Instead,
give an few words of pdriceon it, to
those who have not, as yet, advanced
oo farin ite beautiful mysteries, as to
find thens unvecessary.

Before the chess student can pro-
perly appreciate the beautiful and
subtle combinations which can be
produced upon the chessboard, with
simple or combined forces of the Famer
ft le impetative that he should tho-
roughly understand the iinportant in-
fluence which the gain or Joss of a move
bas upon the results of his efforts asa
chess tactician.

To gain a move is to gin Utne, aod
time, especially iu attacking combina-
tions, is of primary Iinportance. Many
games have been won, by the alight
advantage of & more gained in the
opening ; therefore in the opening
i; ay. see that each Piece is brought

nto play in such a manner, that while
it does ike duty, it does not retard the
development of other units, In bring
ing the inior Pieces into action, exr
rience showathatitds uanally best to
evelop the Knights befure the Bish

2









i

* va ’

an attack when started, can generally
he sustained, and cartied through suc
cessfully, friespective of counter-attack
from the opposition,

Thileis why many of the moet biil-
Mant gance end in the middie gante.’
Incase some of ouryounge chess-play
ees may notexactly understand what
asemean ty “sulddi game” we will
take (his opportanity of telling them
that a properly conducted game of
chess nay be divided inte thive parts
I. The 0: wean . 4 The Middle Game
3% The End Game, the point at which
one part develope into the other is of
enuree vatlable, and cannot be defi
nitely stated. The Middle Game
may be said to begin, when theoretical
analysis ends, or when the pieces are
allor nearly allavailable for action.

The Rud Gawe begins when the force
eueach wile tw oc far retuced, Lhat
Ubeoretical analysiae again becomes
poseible, :

We may also tell the student that
the « Openings “and the “ Endings *
area special study in thetnselves,

The conduct uf the “ Middle Game ”

~ ean be properly learned by experience,
and the study of great master’s play
Butto make yourself a really good
player you niet learn the manage-
meat of the whole game from begin-
ning to end, you must study the three
parte well, as a combination of alt
three fe essential to good lay.

We cannot advise you fiuideron
thie point, as the management of a
whole gate, from start to finish, can-
nut be brought under general rules
as cases Will Constantly arise, in which
quother-wit, and inother-wit alone,
will xerve your turn; but let ft be
inother-with strengthened aud devel-
oped bv exesclse and study.

To avsist you in your studies of great.
inastei’s play we will publish a game
urtwo atleast every sunday, which
petent authority on “the Kibg of “in-
door Games.”

@THe Wirt Kets,”

a

OE IS ES I AES AK EE ES I RT ONTO OE E ET ETE TS,

ee ape
’

The following game taken from the
Mareh iswue of the Diitish Chess Maga-
alue will te of interest to all chese-

plepers,

flier Alaxander Wagner, tn the
Kehweizerisehe tchachzeitung, lays
claim to thy discovery of a new open-
fng which he proposes shall be desig-
nated * The Swise Gambit He con-
aiders it the flest really vound Gam-
hit presented to the chess public. [t
remains ta be ecen whether the chese
public willaccept. Meanwhile here t#
asample of the vew Gambit played
by iwaiuventorin the seventh Enler-
national Swies Couespondence ‘Tour.

OT “Rae

; hauwent. The notes are by terr
Wagner. .
~ The Swies Gambit.
Wirt Besack.
. Aloxender Wagner. Victor Costin.
1 poh %, PxKDI
i hed oe
; Z. Rath i. PaQt
PoK@ is safer, where-upun
& PHAQG PHaQil
& Pel i, Heke
» oho euxh
b .OQx8n 1. KRtebu

Hack has 1h leties move,
Pte Sheet ten follows .

SP-KIBt PaKKa, «Kee B
Ke-TH 1 Kis

“he Q-Keoh & Kt-Q2
&aQx@Qi' ® Pais

Neither can Uw secod Dawn be
saved.







t ie : Q-ha
it, Re~ i, @--6
1a. Kt a Re-1
13 Q KS!

see much better than we oan curve vee
whether we have departed from oa;
normal stance

have been told tbat he iv standing
much more open or baw the ball much
further back {han usual, and more
olten than sot, having denied the
charge with indignation and aetunleh-
nivot, be will |
admit the truth of it.
oploskher wha cannot follow our
bigher flights of fency iu not alto-
gether without his usefulness.

thasw farepes ehdse, te sand "has
vole id favourol the one Chey prefer,
not later than Tuesday Mth ine We
will publish a game with the ere

jag selected onthe following Sunde



n-
df
$7 will aleo publish the full results
the voting, and, will give, each

succeediag Sunday a short article on
each opening in turn, according to
the voting. Weintend to wake this

column 4s interesting es possible, and
this system of selecting our game, and
Article, will, we are qure, meet your
approval.
© THe Waritr Kntouts.”

N.B-Address all your votes to the
“White Knights" “ Port-of-Spain
Gazette Office,





A SPORTING MARCHIONESS.

SHE RODE TO THE HOUNDS
WHEN SHE WAS 85 AND
BLIND

Tn a little book, " Matheld. Some
Memories of Its Past,” the Rev. Jocelyn
3, Antrobue mekes teference to
Amelha Lill wife of the frst Mar-
quis of Salisbury. Two amusements
above all others occupied Lady Salis
bury s leisure. bunting and cards.

It was she who ficst started the
Hettlordskire Forhounds, and it is
told of hee that. whea she became too
blind to see the fences in front of ber,
her botve was led by a groom at her
side, who at the critical mowent, when

death, at the age of 8f.

Cards were her Ladysbip’s great
bobby of an evening, and rhe caused
niuch ecandal by vending out invita-
tivus for Sunday card parties, The
late Me. Fordhaia of Melbourn Bury,
used losay Uthat he had seen cards
ankle deep in the long gallery of Hat-
fleld wh: bo the evening bad grown old,
and many packs had been thrown from
the card tables, .

it was also said that when the wea-
ther was propitiousthe Hattteld butler
would rise up from bis seat in the
church and aopounce in sonorous tones
to the congregation, “ Her Ladyship’s
band will play on the terrace tbie
alternven ”

ier Ladyship would alvo vary these
wusical entertainments by being
rowed up and down the road Water
io a state barge with twelve wen in
full livery pulling at the oars to the
satisfaction of the onlookers,

In ber leter days the Marchioness
had in the political world earned the
sobriquet’ of “Ol Sarum,’ a name
handed down to fostene in sn ibs
nurtallampoon, Lady Salisbury had
been giviog a larye political party at
Hatfield, andthe fan waxing fast and
furious, some of the party while danc-
ing bad carelessly knocked down their
hostess, A wit ofthe day, sald to have
teen Loid Lytton, seized on the inci-
dent, and the following equib was at
once composed

Conservatives at Hatfleld House

Have grown quite harum scarugi ;

Vor Radicala could do no mote

Than overturn Old Sarum.

The Marchioness is said to have been
the last of her generation to traverse











—Westiutaster Gazette,

COLFING WEAKNESSES,

VARIATIONS “Ol STANCE.

In au. interesting article in tbe
Timea’ on {* Variations of Stance”
the writer remaths —

“{t is one of the most depressing,
as itis one uf the most commonplace,
ofthe triths which tthe golfer comes
gradually to appiecctate that.to an
other eye but bis own wind s eye he
atyle alwayeappears exactly the same,
He will often fod, when he unagines
that he hasievolutionised bie methods
beyond all receguition, that 4 tartless
frtend witlin fact recognise biu from
the crest of a hilon the far bomson
and will make the disillusionment the
mor bitter by remarking, *I should
know your swing @ mile off,’

“Un the otber hand, it is only once
in a decade, and then when he fs bim-
velf unconscious of any change, thata
eympathetic observer willeay to biim,
*1 say, you've altered your style,
haven't yous’ Practically speaking,
the only difference that our friends
ever see In our play, save the obvious
one between inivang and hitting the
bal, is that on one day our swing fs
reasonably emouth and harmanious
and on another soatchy, hurried, and
withoutabythns,

“Yet. of they are obtasely bhod to
thove epoch inaking changes in the
actual ssing, of which we ourpelves
areso acutely oonsci tau, they can sed
certain things which are often hidden
from uy, When we are addressing
the ball ina state of comparative re-





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YESTERDAY'S QRICKET, |

QUEENS PARK V, THISTLE,

* What promises to be an interesting
anid, Was commenced Yesterday ab
he St Clair Oval tween the
Queen's ark and the Thistle. ‘ The
latter haying won the toss, elected
to bat, the gpening. pate being
Marsden and QU. Fit, the attack
belng shared by André Ciprient
aod J, de Nobriga, 31 runs
were reached when Fifi with 15
to hia own credit fell a victiin ta
J. Kelehall, who had in the Interim
relieved de Nobriga. J. Gomez
followed on, but was short-lived,
bowled . by Cipriant before any
addition had been made to the
score, E. de Nobrigs filled the vacant
wicket, but Cipriant's succeeding ball
dismissed film with the score still
standing at JI, G. Taylor joined
Mareden but the latter soon after
fell to Ciptisni with only a trio
of runs to his credit. Hodge the
next comer after recording a solitary
single, went under to an appent
for Lhw. off Kelshall, the total
for thd fifth wicket being 3D. W.
Marsball was the nert batsman, and
alter individually registering 4 runs,
he was bowled by Aineaud at
Sydney Daly was next associated with
Taylor and the game took a decidedly
hopeful turn. The Incoming batsman,
started cautiously, bub did pot fall to
take advantage of opportunities, Prom
iH, the pair cartied the score to Ht
at which stage Taylor, who had been

op. Never statt an attack‘until the | they rose together, would shout, | putting up a eound yet rigorous de
develupment of the fightlug force ls |“ D—n you, my Lady, jump!" It is | fenee, “ played on” one from Arneaud
complete or well advanced, H this | even‘relatedof herthat she had been | the partnership yielding 65 of

rule is followed it will be found that | out buoting on the morning before her | which his wore was 45. &. Gittens

{cllowed and scou fost Daly who only
added three more tuna te hisscue. J.
Neyes partnered Git ensfand only
contsibuted seven With the ecore at
Wt de Fague joined Gittens and
in quick time © koocked up

before being * run cut.” Gitlens care
ured vut bis bat fur 15, the total
score bemg 178. A Ciprianl took 4
wickets at a cost of 52 1uns, L. Ar
neaud 4 for 4, and J. Ketshall 2 for ti
Close upon aix oclock, the Queen‘s
Parkentered on Uneve frst innings, The
Ciniam brothers -Andre and Mikey —
took up the earliest occupancy of the
wicket, ald lost ne thae ta showing
that they meant business, The score
rose rapidly, and of the 19 earned for
‘he lose of one wicket, at the diawing

of stumpe, Andiv' was responsible for |

28 He gave two chances, Marshajland
de Vague led the attaek, and ‘at 25.
Gomez and Daly came io tehef—the
elder Cipriani falhog a victim to the
fortiers trundliing, Wath the game
In ite prevent position, ib certainly
promives to be an interesting one.

SMAMROCK Y, STINGO,

This match was commenced yester-
day afternoon on the former's ground
Vathng thet the home team occupled
the wickets uotil 6.15, scoring 122
sunsfor 9 wickets, their Oaptain, N
Betancourt, being unavoldably absent.
Latour and A, Maingot were the firet
yas the latter being disposed of by

laigreaves at 13, Wallace helped
Latour lo take the acore to 645 when hs
fell a victim to 4 catch in, the eltpa
Hector aeheving Hargreaves, at gi)
diauwed Latour with hw
detivery, and, helped by the bumping
pith, captured S batsmen for Daiuns.
Apait from Latour, who showed good
form for his 47, none of the batsmen
whoped Sulth any contilenra Rtinge
commenced their fret. iunings at 42)
pe and at the drawing of stumps
had lost 3 wickets, all taken by
Whoter, for d2 rains ter
BHAMROCK INT INNINGS,
QO. A Latour ¢ and b Hector wT
A. Maingot b Hargreaves ww O
C, Wallace c Wusun b Hargreaves Hi
T, de Verteud o Spilnger h Uector 17
K_ Macfarlane oc Haynew b Meotor.., 3
AV. Gordon b Wiaon
V, Maingot « Modiste b Hector



1 Scott not out . ae TE
J de Vertewl ¢ Hector b Wilson. 10
Vr. Winter b Heetor - we 0
N, Vetancourt absebt ae O

Exttas G

Total "rm

HOWLING ANALY OB,

O, Me Ut, W,
Hargreaves 7 0 & 2
Lynch 5 | 8 U
bpiluger 2 2 0 0
tibyrbateh 2 0 € 06
Wilson . 2°96 2
Teutor 719 W 8

SHANKOCK 83ND XLV, TUNAPUNA |

bamrock scored 197 (P, Betansourt

ow and I’, Cumming Hand Tune
at the jhawing of flume, had for

wichote. miming and P,

Betancourt put on 07 runs for the firet
wicket.

, Boranio VO VIGLONIA,
The Botanie Gantens* batted Here

pose, before becowiny in the actual "
Croke a mee vision of-whirllng acme and ny TRrave Victoria replied
and ftegs then our friends can, and cdo, n 3 rans for the lose of only two













“Every one of us niust sous time

pave bad ultimately to
The prosale

A preterit it would{ eppear likely




play,
neuen aud
Wilson aud

axure of TY a tt ef
some Th me performance fer « four





wickets,

a Ut eee

ST. ANDREW'S GOLF: CLUB,

THE UMESEDENT S PRICK 6 ABPETINION,

Geatlewon » foursome flautiiap mo
18 Holes took place yeuterdat al: .
was won by Mr W. Blache
Mr. W havary with # not


















first

_|St. Andrew's Raco Club

9â„¢ ANNUAL DERBY

)
lickets 1.0... 58, each

Remiltanee mist agooupany apphed





DEMERARA RACES,

‘The following atc the reaults of the
Demerara thoes hela atthe Spring bed

the Sanring meetings repece
fo Bel Air bark on the isth aad wel
instant :—

FIRST DAY

Laahington Challenge, Cup —te-
venge lst, Midsummer . :

Turf Club Stakes {if shile) — Vides
Ast, Actress Zaid.

Governor's Oup (lt mile) —Reproac't
let, Uolinton 2ad,

Juvenile Creole Scramble (8 furlongs)
—Revenge lat, Ugty 2nd.
Gomes Challenge ‘ip. (6 furlougs)
Malt det, Atblete Sad, 1

Colony Stakes ({ mile) ~Colintou
Ist, Mazeppa 2ad,

Mayor's Viate (U inile).—Athlete let,
Vidus 2nd.

SECOND DAV

Maken Oreolo Handicap (6 farlongs}
—Midsummer, 111 Ibs, tat, Revenge.
1 tbs. 2nd,

Merchants’ Cup (L wile) Actress,
13 tbs, Ist, Vidus, 1$0 lbs, *

Creole Mandleap (1 mule) ~Heproach.
345 lbw, Int, Colinton, 112 {be dad.

Juvefule Croole Handica
longs) - Herenge, Ms the.
100 Tos, Zud.

Bet Air Uandeap (6 furlongs) -
Forrester, 112 (bs, fet, Athlete 154 lbs,

4 far.
st, Ugly.

aud

Bani ivy Handecap (6 Curlonga), —He-
prasch, 1 tty, Ist, Mazeppa, 01 tos,
2ad,

Hisht Haudioap (t thnile) — Wwhlete,

135 Ibs, Ist, Bilbeck, 119 tos 2 ad.
Easter Creole Handicap (1 tae). -

Colinton, $3 Toa, Ist, Reprosch, $47
js ead,



BONANZA AMATEUR
CRICKET CUP
COMPETITION, 19m.

IST, CLASS FIXTURES.

war ll 13 Ragone &
Uotanio Gardeae v, thtetle tat XE
Qieens Paik v Stlnza.
Shamrock leb XC vy, Veetoria iat.

Â¥. suse 15, 22& 3).

xl

| Queen’s Park v. Shauirock lst XL

Victoria ut. XU v, Thistle Ist g XT.
IULY BO 13.& 2,
Botanic Gardens v. Shamrock Ist NI.
Htingo ¢. Vietoria let XE
JULY 27, AvaUBT 10 & 17,
Botanic Gardens v.Queen's Park.
‘Thistle ist XL v, Stiago.

SECOND - CLASS CRICKET UUP
COMPETITION, 1912,

APRIL, 27,
pp Qanstebuliry vy, dort,

Dftiee.
Midatescs 5. Victoria 2ad XL.
. unapans,
Cee Zid XC v, ‘Irlaity.
wL Mary's Unilege v. Thistle Jud Xf.

Printing

MAY STH.
Constabulary v. Shamrock 2nd Xf.
Broavy QRC. .
Middlesex v. Gort. Fisntisg OMloe,
St, Mary‘s College v. Victoria Jad XE
Thutie Zad X1 vv, Fagapana,

8 ¥ may Ve
Stun v. Victoris zn
Peon 1s ve Fe nd XM ag Oftice.
Middlewes v. ‘Talnity.
Toistle 23d Xtv QC,
' Hhimrock 2nd XEv. St Mary's Ool-
ege,

MAY 18,
. Constabulary v' Vievorta dnd AF,
Eton v. Tuuspana,
Tilniy v. Govt. Puiatyg Ufiee,
Middl-sex v. Thlutle gad X1
QR. v. St Mary's College,
sunk, &
Constabulary v. Tucspuaa,
K on v, Trinity,
Thistle 2ad, XU vi Govt, Crinting.
Middlesex v. St, Mary's College.
QO v, Shanivock god Xf,

JUNE 15,
Constabulary vy. ‘Irleity,
Lton v. ‘Lhletle 2nd Xt
bt, Mary @ Uollege v, Govt, Printtug
dliddleses v, Khanirock 2nd XI,
Tuvapuoa ¢, Victetla Zud XI,

(SUNE 2S
Constabulary v. ‘2b alle Zad Xf,
kton v, Sth Nary's College
Shamrock 21d XU v, Govt. trinting,
Niddiesaz vy. Q RC,
Trinity v. Vievurta 2od XI,

——— EEE

GRENADA

a eee

SWEEP, 1912,

tion for Tickets.





j TATHTBAB,
. Jo the Bapteme teats af Trielisd and










of Port-of Spalu

Use," costsisiag one acre and
thirty seven prrhed or — thereabouta
(4s @elinesiel in the plen anuezed

to a cottaln deed registered se Ny, 11S
180) and abattlog on the 'Nonh ot mot
{eely used os Private Burial Grousd
sod ou lends late'y of the beiraof Bliss
Waite oom or lated:
on the South on the Belmont ire
Koad cn the Hest one Koad vow sale
7 Mie Carthy shtse yon, the West co lard
atwerly ol! a Wale 5b fatel

E. A. Iolicon with the apperteocs ton

-. THR PORT-OFSPAIN GAZ SUNDAY APRIL 2t_ 1912

zo
Sammary Jariadtettva ~ Port-of Spalo.
No, 979 of 1006

Between
Lac bhese= Plalatiit
, &0
Bel} Bebarry—Defendant

pusuic NOTICE to hereby
ty order of Ite MMonour
Justice made herein on the 8th dey of
February 1012, there w'li be pnt u for
anle bof -re the doors ef she Quart Looe,
Porsef 8 «in, od Tatreday the 23th dey
of April [012 between the house of uoe aud
bwop.m

The right ttle and Interest of she de:
fondans io one third of and fo A aul
Bingeler thes eastala pkoa or prrcel of
djand eiteste at fa Bree Guapo werd in
the Inland of Tulatdid comprising sit
asses bree roods aud eiybt perodes snd
abiiting on the North upon laude of
Isabella Dyer oa the Sou b open lends of
Dipctoa on the Hset upoa lands of
Jankey andon the Weed apos Public

Koad,
Dated thy 6b day of March 10:12
. w H LOVELA E
Deputy Kegetrar,

THINIDAY. .
SALE FUR TUESDAY THE list JAY
OF SAY 1912

puBiic NOTICE is hereby given that
fa exetens cf the Power of See coo-
ferred va M utgageos by the Conveyarcing
and Lyw of Prop ry Uidizance 1881, coa-
taioel io a oersia Memorsndam of

' Moregege No 310 dated the 3d day of

iven thet
ihe Chief

{ Heptermber 199 from Issac Loedoa
ts Bhawsat) Persad and lhalis,
there wil te pat up for sale
by (he underigaed at bis Anctiou

art No. BY Hierrit Promenade ta the
Town of Sao Ferrande on Tues tay tho
2tet day of Moy 1912 between tha hours

| of Loud 2 pw .

Ali thoes two perce'sof facd eltuste so
the Ward cf Moneterrat in the Isiand of
‘Teholdad— =

The first thereof comprising eigbleen
acres aoe rood anl tweaty-ever perebes

{ deliveatal fa ths Disgrau snnered ta tho
1 Grown Grant tn Volame XXVI Folto
| 39 aod bounded on the Nurth by sande
of Swkee aud by laods of Suskallis ou the
South by Crows lends by lands petiwoved
| for by Ssmoousaree aud by lauds
patitionel’ for ty HRedgecsousr ou the
vet by lends of Motaa and by inods
etitioned for by Hedgeowoar on the
Veet by lands p ti fsoed fur dy Dackioa
aud intersected oy the Tabsquite Riser.

Aad the secund there :f comprisiog
filteen actes two foods sal thirteen
perebes dehoested in the Diagram

annered to the Crawa Grant fn Voinme-

XXVIE Folio 115 aod bounded on the
North by Orowa fend and by lends of
Sookee oa the South aod Wes by Crows
land andon the Hast by laude petitioned
foe by Parboo,
Dated this 16th day of Maron 1012,
», PICKERING,

PP
* Auctioarer,



TRINIDAD,
lo the Sapreme Gonrt of Trinilad aod

+ Towge,
Saxmary Juristiouw, P srt-of-Spata,
No, 675 of 1018.

Between
Mababir—Vialatld

weod
Bagwansing and Geo, R, Alston & Ou
Defondsnte,

UBLIC NOTIVE te bereby given
pat boas by au order ot He Hoagar, Mr,
thire Ra Say: eroiu i
ae) tt ‘March 1912, Shere wi te ot ue
Leforé the duos oft he Coart House, Pur.-
of-3pain, on Tharedsy the 1¢b day of
May 1912, Letween towboars vt one aud

two pen

Aliand Sjogaler that vertein plece of
land sitaate in whe Ward of Cuuve in the
Island of Trindat, comprising teenty
three thensand one buoded sod 1 inety
six (23196) eups firisl fe-t wore or ieee
Jeltuesied and with the aba tala snv
boundaries thereof shown inthe pisn of
diagram atbacbed to the Crowa Grail one
ted ia Real Property Reglter Book at
Volume CUVUIL, toltu 243, and bounded
en the Norts by lands of Kieiaworch
Sons & Oo,, on the South by ibe Maia
Siuthera Hoad on the Eve by isods of
ibg Helee of Agass Jacob and ov the
West bya Reserve aloog a drain thirteen
Hake wide

Dated thie 26th day of Mereb, 1912,

L. MW. LOVELACE,
Depaty Merabal,
SALE FOR TUESDAY, INE oni
DAY OF APRIL, 1912,

UBLIC NOTICE Ia bereby given that
ia exerclea of the power Uf asle cen.
bstned ia deed of mortgage deted the
first dey of Angust, 100, regitered ae
No, 170) of 1008, a0 wade betweas Jobe
Bitton Hutton of the use part and
Anoells Clara I'.110 of the other part there
will Bs pat up for sale by public auction
My the underizgoed, at fete Aactisu
Mert, No.1, St. Vioesnt Streer, Pork
uf Bpaie, on Toealay, the duh dey of
Aptil, 1012, between ‘the hours of } and 2
volock p.m,
Allaud Siogalar that certain messnage
aud lend eitaate at Belwont, in the town
known ee * Mount

of B.A. Koblasen,

“pruigess one,

Dated this 4th day of A 1912

° icy went out lo 'W and came homo «

& Q- ob is dusdvantsgeous, | gnougi ip 44 Mme we Beott and Mr. W. M . sei J. S°OPT & SON,
asm St FTE, | Res crt gta ary alte | ua weie ie ramacre wih wo | Wie te aces, conan | _____“Gat vooneer,
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. Q@e= en et.
5 1 R—KKti ik, R—Gs seme ose ile preiivales y Ke penws aud Race Fuad 10 per veut ta tee saa lta of {he Eatare of Rom An-
. : ag oo * pelea te of the Twa of
game tg lost by, he ina: | Constantly” sary” very aftee, site | puree oreen mass, sy ond im |‘ clowe Thursday, Muy sith |. Bet etsoelete the tec of teiusad
fe Lilowad by i Pm apite Laaware fit ourselres Certain era pela pihgatd, be ‘uigeated wie | Po be drawn files. Muy iat puBuc NUTIUK iabeseby given thit
Oi a 7 -
Bet BG? Ke ke, R— for some mysterious resus very much | blood rewedy thet extends i paaniee | Hace run Woduemlay, June 3 Peatey Hatton has been wade to ne by
’ Hts. wore common than others, and so lutluence to eee Part of the body q the Towa ul Vor. of ‘Shae Mtseet a
; ’ ‘ah ; oupte ead ey > jurenesd,
a eke ei Ce he Miore carefully guarded | WTHENG IH NicNOL SN Ean COET I A BERKELEY, — | widew tore greet of Protece of the vt!
7. t it. K-Ku PATION WEAK SES. DINKABE® of Hoa. Seuretery. | sad Oodiell deed ievpactively tne 2nd
“ Evetybudy, tor esawple. bas at ey ES Hus, and GARDUNC Les doy al tt rp the dbch dey
wome time of other been told or dis- a ittal Fe sie These poyiueus da @ sail Hosa Angelion
{ i ? teay be ob wl sale and | Gem deve wed, who died ¥
4 Black reviged for the puon lv lost, $a coer eral cnet be be standing | Mears. Suiith &' Co. The of March 1013 beviog at chews w
Britivch Chew Magazine it . To creep gredually an. a tnartos throught the spcieg Phar on see Ee x Ari a | th uunet tena ye at Be ii
. uly closer in. as if to woo the . stomack and liver enty Bireet Tosa of Post of
Nest Mundsy we will publish thy with nore im, ‘ued alwaye » prasodes tacks of fever and | Mpale, the sald Pouliosn Pau! belug the
moan asuung Chees- ee as | is vow: and at ue, wing dete: mt of Lhe sm uswed as exevuti:
Iasweortal “Game oP ean the same ime en uote eee Nbat Soncure and ou in WL Aad solive is ala ‘ vee that “i
. Kineteby god Andersucs) | even the very grea tou cnet | [QUH RENT —ow of the woot beilflant andj ite vicime Bow uu ompion teil, on (Hos atand, at Prive foe laa | Dr. Kellogg's Vegetable Pille | of twen y eght days {1 w the dese of the
aor rico in addition, we phe other hand, fur any one to tind | 8 stel lo Wikons ie kT) Laid, No ve been found most effective, abet | vublostiva uf this wolice bhe Court will
dh anothes canfully amie | himself standing tov faraway tion, | it! Viton obtainable in thle fast If {he fever wud subduing the ague | proceed te tssue Fro bate of the eed Will
tated yaun | tte Gall i le 0G tate we tice pe be lne [MIO SG Eat sags Complete in | & lew days Thy ate mang who | sed Cot to the sald Pouliag Pes
We would lhe to know whieh of the | alist a value, certainly by far the AU Grd Lerae plate wins shew windows [are Mubje bts these disteessing distur | wccordiug! aul
wings ou chess playces he aioat p aost vuidle cf als gtnag eae | ee spon th Apple ta bene and bo these there is no bette: Dated Ula 6 bday of Agen Wiz
ped for this reason we request all | cesewe Api tu ances hows ene ue pocurably eee WeaUd of FA THOMPaUN

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Morin the Father le given to drink Morin marri
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absatalner. The father sometimes tl partner. Morty bas

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treats his wife. Marcel Morin 9a | tue result of his feria
clever engineer. Ile falls in love habit, He belicves big

withthe Director's daughter. [he
managet of the Factory where youn,
Morin waks discovers this, ar
sends bimn ont to Chlit in chargeof {| «
oneof thetr factories. ‘This is pro
motion for Morin bub be is not
satisted and returns to aris,
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Constipation fa the Prost comr m dleorder of the
effects both sexes and all ages but is more prevalent
women because thelr duties fn th househo'd require tesa
exercise than the occupationg cf men; therefore womea
moat from lis baneful effect. Baigent
A constipated person is an ea~- vieting when exposed
rerious disease—Pneumonia, Typh id Fever, Malaria, Rhe
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‘ - a THE PONTOFSPAIN GAZBTEE SUNDAY APRIL 21 1919 ——— on) vil
thon the tatter, “Bech ¢pftt te, the Ope. a

Whier lesix abillings and ten pence shore
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me—of the Deno
teventy-oue days “tline.’ Harbour | Shillings shove the avers ' ‘
eOa Monday last the second son of Mrs, Gonstable Cor tald the charge, Prinatioual ecole et en ot ates Looks cool, fens a2 Neat,
ta Henderson waa bitten, or rather ——— cathon fa a moment of aberration ta oon. fat low diferent
The premiees at the corner of | sent toan alteration in the Oode depri¢y uncomfortable, _old-fasluoned,

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ne sgn dispelling bay = ey na a — iasines air aaiiialerra
. , | The three *howbr aewarlted Ubi
. ITEMS OF NEWS, railway signal toy. “tamonde, on
. ; = Continued from Page £ | De “’plackwood Weight ta, do
ecratched, by, a gon owned by the
. family ; andthe child, who is about | Broadand Uigh streets, BDridgtown
O years old, was goon after treated | Barbados, occupiedon the firey an
te ty Dra, R Scheult and J, R. Dickson, | second floor by Mears Usiter and
9 ha dog ta question went mad on [ Go, andon the third by the Junior
. Friday and died. Jn consequence, the
AND ' lad will be taken on Tuesday to the

fttng underwear.

AMtrria’

Fabrik Underwear
oe Washes Like Fine Linen
murals of anata osha enti
bry Leteeta gameet mal bh, ee
@ grescful sense of coolness and conalert aff

Ing Assisted Schools erected after 1902 of
any rent or apparatus gréct, or [ncrease
of ‘rent or apparatus grantto schools
extending their bultdings or iacreasing
the numberof their pupile—bas the pra
sumption to state that" itty aatlsfactory
tonote that in the year 1010-11 only one
school, St. Madeline RC, came under
the patedory (of aided schools not spend:
inghny woner from private fandey and
even at thig school tt seems difMloult to
credit that the Manager was not called
uponto augmenttbhe amall Gerernment
Frant for bail ings and apparatus.” The

glub, heve, burg pur aged by the
Pasteur Institute {In New York for Cannio. ‘and tient Fe nueak ont
treatment against Hydrophobla. Mrs. | for occupation by the lucal bragch

. . ‘ Ifenderson baa the greatest sympath
‘ - ‘| ' D . of her man: friends} and the hope te eee he price paid Is sald to be
M I i I i @ | ezpressed that not log serious will
!

Wear Morris’

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come of the matter, which la at pre-
sent naturally causing cosalderable nds, tearend’ ‘be some diotarbynt



2 Te SRS

For “GOODNESS? Sake

‘ anxiety, ——e i tor whould k iter thant
. “Prislind Oilfeide Ltd's shares have | tk, rabeaulte pin couseqnence of | wets unfair nonsense of the kind, expecl- through the hotteat weather,
fallen from 274, Od Od. x the ob alfcay, and yesterday | gity ater thecriticiameto which ble re- Coat Shata with shovt sleeves of no sleeves
WE HAVE A LARGE STOOK’OF 2h len from 274. Od. 230. 04, to 2s i being the pavilay, & numbee of porte have hues subjected in previous at WL Kase Length Drawer,
a de.» as reported by ceble yeste: | conatables, under Hergeaot Storey, Sears. Hisohvious duty, ifbe hee really
. aye were deuvpatched thiber on Uil- | at beart the interests of education (a the Al ofl the better storve

“"?

— day aftesnoon to be In readi-{ colony ie tau in and out of teason
The Barbados Uouse of Assembly neve in tase their services were equal. treatment for Denorninational
met on the 0th, Prrvant to adjourn- ulred The Tnepectur Geveral | Schvols which do the same work as Gov

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; ment, and [n the absence of the bh Constabulary ee aleo the | ernment Schools and are the more popu
Attorney General, who wae eigaged General Manager of Rallways alec
Gencral tock charge Gt ol Govern, | Rene, down to Tabuulte, by au
ment measures, “Ac petition praylog tomoblle, yesterday, retursia, to
\

MORRD & CO, Mabe, Selvmers, He



tha preatary olace ae regards expence,
and this in @ more marked degree then in
the preceding year, they certalaly do

not do ao aa regards educstional effici-
puna, lo order to prevent any

ency. The average percentage of passes 3
in them 10 81,9 whie tn the Denomlaa
fosivle friction, wera conveyed | ational Scheols it ieti3. Thiseuperiority e
h other raifway carrisges than of Denominational education ls borne out N

those occapred by the 11VA abd | Spetially In the comparison of individual

Carapichalna Isbourere, Sergeant | Soecls Tha Girls Government school CELEBRATED
t Tranquillity, the Catholic schoots Ia ‘
Holder, woo want down “with | Moatrony otrest and Hatris Square are

two plain-ciuthes cunttables, made | attended by mach the same class of ¢ s ~ :
two “arrests in connection with | entidren, ye Pembroke Street has 100 ‘Gold Label’ Sootoh Whisky
the affray, two others having al- | percent. of pisses. Harris Square 09°4

it

ready airested by the Cours con- | and Tranquility only 009, while Nelson °
siables, —wlif her * «| Street Girls’ school with another’ class of “ " !
deeper eer * Wanted °| ocfdren altogether ae Of ie ‘Newon White Label Do, ° .

fa still at large
Street Boye’ Catholic school te much in

an “71
The Combermere Schoo! Cadet Corps the same eategory meh Rea tert AND

School atanda with 47 of passes nad

the Eastern Government with 863 4¢ Red Label" Do.

Nobody sould demand as much of the



Tar and euctensful clase of schools,
(Re Goren Sate EEE = ———_———_
the city about 8° o'clock, Every.
for naturalization papers were pre
sented on behalf ot Neaara Valdemar fhing Passed off | quite quietly.

The labourere bound for Tuna-
nu7Jlb, 14 1b, 28Ib. and 56 Ib. | spies nanet wan one grtey
i ” . ” . £3130 from the ‘Treasury to Mr. K OG,
egs_ which we are Belling at [ameter pete eniect end

s+ penees ia’connection with the desteus.
/SIK1 CENTS PER POUND |finettts ieathisterntte watch wa
- ensued on a bill for preventing the

spread of the same disease and even
tually it was adjourned.

uth A col sespondent aende us the fol-
Â¥ 9 @ | lowing, taken from s Canadian paper



Barbadow, shot for the Prince of Wales
Chalienge Cup on the Ist inst., on the
Government range at_200 and 600

Why on earth should we go treating ¢
There {a no sense in it, but a good





TELEPHONE 174. deal of useless and unoecessary ex: | yards, ncuring 312 out of & possible 500. | N, Si aches!
_ pense, Warmanthinks that & Little | The wind was sxceeilingly high and Seen tty Gower mentecnocl with ‘he
—— ae ee wine ts good fur his etomach, or for | thelight very misty which accounts spentally pald teachers, yet thelatter has RPOKR BAL WE

. that part, a drop of whiskey ora glass | for the low seoting, The Prince of | only 635 per cent. of passes. From thece





. of beer—why not order it, have itsent | Waters © th dats, we can say without any foar of ° .

t home and drink it there In decency | aitt adet Un n tina gg hout tbe inte contradistion thot the only return for the E U B :

a and moderation. Instead of throwing | Empire. axtra expenditara on Vavernment Schools 0
away money overs bar atthe wrong can be summed up ia “no religion * snd .

jo3$ Becular education,’

ot the 176 Denominational Schoale ' *
. are oli. ti oadian se

The British steamer “Hurst,” 2.007 (Preshytorian} coming next with 84 aod the | = _
tons, Osptein Moody, which arrived | Anslican telth $7, It muat, however, be

>
ou Friday from South Atnerican ports, | borne in mind that the Canadian Mission ¢ "
nailed yesterday for Tampa, Florida, | ¢ bools comprise 40 Special Indian schools, gq 9:
U.S A,, with 973 tone bunker chal froin [ of which clase of schools the Anglicana
the Trinidad Coaling Oompany. Ltd, have only two and the Catholics one . ‘ L

The number of puptia on the rotl on Slat
She has been chartered to proceed Maroh, 191), wa 47,718 with an average

frori Tampa to the Far Kast
Attenrace of 27,081, The average IS CREATING
" ¥
The Vincruetan trader “Hilda” sa | arian aud, tq Government, neboole “—

rived veaterday from Cristobal Colon | $794, ‘I+ the Catbotle schoola alone tt
with 200 bags cocoa and 4 passengers. | was &.C¢7. We heed sesroelp aay that the . A BIG S EN SATIO N
hargest schools in the Co ony are Denonil r e

sine American bargue “Tilke Baker.” national, asin west canneries, lu oplte C \ :

683 Japt . . | of the enormous view of the seculariat rE “30° befor .

SS3 bons, Captain Ilansens sailed yes. | fue fucmtaational ‘education meshes ome snd try the. MP. “30° before you purchase your
maltipiecation of small schools, Thus of | car, ‘The two that was landed on the znd April is already ¢

tlme of day, and pouring down his

9 #
, throat goodcess khows what stuff
» that is neither good for man nor beast.
. ‘Treating has nothing to recommerd it
r to sensible and rightthinking men,
Some people talk of it asa practice of

ood fellowship. The good fellowebi

pound up in the good hardearn
y . + money eo frec ven a vern+
HavetReceived a Quantity of Keeper. and for what? For bis profit
and your loss. Now figure itoutin

| \ N ( j I | I tp UN avy way you like. When (if you are
Hd Is R t KS honest a yourself Jo atilke the
ance nista ui tie ultimate

s . . : It. to we eay, begn your good

J Which are being sold at London Prices, A fellowship to Jourslt—by cutting out
few arrived slightly damaged, these ty go treating! _
“ Ou Friday last, a rat which was fourd



HARBOUR & MARINE NOTES.



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~ itblio Me Charles Netinho’s pro- 1 . ‘ . :
IAT ANS PRICH. vison store on South Quay was sent the New Tulnlded Lake Aephalt Co, | sehoole, with ya one pupils ® ere ldelhered, but Invoice fur auother hay just arrived; hence
" , . —— Vv ee] . + . i, .
Compressed Fibre]Cabin HMrunks—leather corn m4 and Auwitact Heatly Ofver and was spit Venezuelan steamer “Guyans,” Bes only teaaahouia the Baslere "Hoye weean make delivery prompts
Tass iOCKs, ASST, sIZCs wo only AN PTESscc found to be plague infecte: e teed oa BPeida . . * Pavhon) whh § an ° nk ora
sat . ? : Feveolog from Cristos | school with 45, which hive Jd L
Cane Cabin Trunks, same as you could buy in necessary precautions 10) one retaises, | bal Colon with 30) tong chal and the | The larce ssboale of the colany at! taken | pt: do LIMA & Co.
m4T Regent Street; Covered Wood Teanky—flat and abe ‘being carried out under, the following Pawengeist Mesna Mac. | from Appeadiz Uh to the Lusactor of 11, Frederick Street—Sole Agents for
vay oe rey i f Captain KE. Weat | cos Piietas, Manuel Be lo, M, Gun- .
tre round tops, all sizes; Tin Tranks—many shapes eee aesaletant Sanitary Inspector. talen, J. As pando, J. Nu Gonzalez | be noted. huwerere thet ibe, Weetern
« 4 " thacitas « } -——— 4
mt and styles; SUIT CASES, assorted sizes, in . roll on March, 1911, kas now about 700,
#*] real cow hide. pane ein gaome 2a) tea wees, chip gba Roval, Mall fretght steamer No. ov Porrts.
e y 1 ister, * y ‘ 1
. ‘hye ~~ Pediast wreck taro est Waterloo, tain Wakeman, aritved crterdey Gataortc—Neleon St; Girls school a
All 5 l d S ll h Woodford Lodge and Orange Grove | % -rning from London via Barbadosand Nelson St. ve school aa
< ng IS 00 § all 8 ng ery dof, Factories Theonl ments were made | Grenada with 1,200 tone general cargo, Mucurs; Y 373
* hy the RMS. Conway tnd thes.s | avd one deck paswenzer. This steamer Row Hi By
* cevecrrcencenaues tugela to london and Nontreal, re. | brought out two sections of a sierl Siparia Street

ij. | barge for the Royal Mail Compsny.
spectively, the transfer from the Rail Z het tot hagaarainae [ay

‘ Ty d he. She
vo] If YOUSREQUIRE A TRUNK tatlog titees days, The lubourers cor: | and landed the occtio is ca the Gr

loyed all worked hard and well under

Arims Boys
Axcticay~funapune

Pjoos tilly

Righmond Street

SERELRCEREEE



: * x b ti .
b No harm will be donc to see tHose at fr. Fit, the labour contractor. IES eislace Cf Ror tcaren? 12 dscharge Wes brook,
Father pPendergas BJ Prletin, — Hacure .
Charge of the ary district a je) mon
l | cm serious THE KING ED ‘AR Quarry Street
18; FREDE RI CK S ‘ oar eed poeskbly Inve site on the UAT D Vil. Writtrax~dfoulton Hall

. - ne mornlog 0 Starch 20th pase phe —_ Cayantax Misstor~Taearigua 37

, pelea ete Mass and when nearing a | , fu addition to previous lets, the Guaico 816

following amounts have been sub-| rig greater nomber and the success of

the Denominationa) achoola make it



dangerous gully on the road the horse

‘ ve, and seeing the danger









. became reel scribed towards the fundt
\ a the Prest, crying out to the lad to | Leo Lum " also clear that ther are the class of
follow him, jumped fromthe buggy. | Lee Keong schools which meet moat with popular
The boyjwas slow and with the buggy | Chow, Uob : favour, acd we malotaln also trom “
: ot ier a steep precipice into a Leo Plog... . knowlelge and experience that the for
guy, The conveyance ores settee se Eien. | otarnmgor nan la thevy Sevens ainge iia
‘ gad the boy mortally wounded, Father |0Pie uee L wo speed can te roade In them to the
. wertu 5 a
: rere Robert Lee Pow oo - Report as 6 whole, therefore, give the
: We are pleased to fearn that the j James ©, Leung: ~



Deoowinational 9 hoole g oause
rejoice. With teachers receltiag teas an
with miserable apparatus grants or none e 3

atall, they can, not only cope with the

deo, ab present io | Chong Chup... v
pants pee, dente tePretteid Sle sy Pos

4 .
THE ARCADE. i actetetuntettolmpmmeendise (fave Yak ST

eo

red aobouls of the serument, bot
Breatest hopes are entertained for hie Kwong Le af over tm swans cases Surpass them. T H fy > y % 7
ae ee recovery ‘The rumour that there ie | wang fee ” Bo ask Mbalever tay ‘boPacid by og EK PIANO WAREIOUSE
another casoiie without foundation. rant fa ne cettala number of ladirtduals—qote new ecswewewen ,

oc lees = blaseed and = trroeponaitle—in
favour of purely secular schools the I \ ain ne

j@ are “wan nn favour al ’ Tae ° ~~
Poutaational schools, and in thle they Now [9 THE TIME TO BUY

are evidently right since in the De
womlaational school the ebildren receive
net only religious instruction, but, es
the Keport tteelf goes to shown a better
secular lostruction alsa In the year

qf Saci nil eaeteee | | Spocial Prieos both for Cash or Easy Torus

in the schoola vi the colony only regist
s'ttastion over balf time, edaost lon ls not Bole Afentsa for

u .
abv fen ueselafercy cowl. “BRENSMEAD * PLANOS.
the * pupil Teswhese, Examination “etd “CAROL OTTO PI ANOS.

that | Lee Yu wae

x {al notice bas been given

THH BH sT PLACH FOR oo Bilames Postage Stanpy bearlog Loe Kow .
' tbe head of the late Queen ieetorla Iee ON “ . .
will be withd:awn from circulation on Itandolph Aut .. :



OO WO SAO tao Tame manneanh

xt. The remainder
eres see ogell We make note of | 81. Lie Abyen we
thiaas it may be, of interest to stamp qohn Autong a
. ‘ 8 | collectors. __- Le Ten on a .
, Theas. * Aidan,’ which left Bar | Heory “kong wes
” ty TY ) Jat eith the three | Loule Watwon ",
HAN ! NG RECEN t LY ARRI VinD. farbades Margeuce to the Tuskegee | Joseph Nathaniel _... =
Conference on board, duly atrived at | Thomas Edward Lee Sang 4
New York on the 5th A pe received Romany Choft . -
Je, A. S. Jones @ fetter 6
through ror Dr Sooker I! Washing- Total ” oo 300



. , the followingdsy, and were ber—another di R SOLE aY Be?
* E Vi PER. tooked toleaveNew York fur Tue —— 0} at Sere "Tepn suchen at ol -°(" GORI AK tho,
ZINGESSOL * DIST felrtohe* itt Aerkaies | EDUCATION REPORT — | Bey At mitt eve no weutseroxn: |

Mies Laure |
Sa ian Se ins] * | EVERY INSTRUMENT CUARANTEED
te

See apg shee “at, Tha . TUHING & REPAIRS A SPECIALITY,

artheal, and the delegates ale re

RED OXIDE LIQUID, [reser om

(ieotgetown Town Counsil appointed

1910-1911.

We take the following frou: ths ‘Ca
tholic News” of turdsy and we are
sure {t will Le read with Intersect .—





ea)
b 1 Re, tthe fi tor of fi
HUBBUCK’S ZINC & PAINTS s\ iirercettet tn cue: | steal ie skeet oles a nt | Wea ei ld Re terwrwrere
, E911, was f , .
‘ sion of the time Bovenetowe. Ward, | istve Cauucltoa the ith Sdarch thle | tocetlvaly. | ates Laas Wilnon ‘hae the 21 PREDERLOK ST. ‘PHONE HO,
Mtn tht tara | Fo stairaated acute | wot Mean aa ea
granted the use of the land for thiee | Ecico°Gur tats infurmation le practical | oxeainel UX

: Wel of Nexsqwn Roya
from théexpiry of the present ‘
om. i February 1913, at a pepper: : * .

vOdnes 39000 by amaryl
THE FOLLOWING cornrentofidollar per annum, on aumoni the loys of tht onge standing. errr oer — —
condition that the ground be made up | tate It as the latest report: of the Educa | Catbollu soboul

NEW ARRIVALS NOW ON HAND 1) spies Siete sh | Gls, Sas ir a emetge | Eos See coat ST. JOHN'S POPULAR REMEDIES.
si

ly aatiquated sine it ce when the
reput for the year og Stat
Ton le almoat dus All the same we must



aevnn:
able in juctfon of } year Kxaulnation,

the levionatany time in the tual and reason a On of | year ee ae bola

sventof the fround pet being quetion ‘erun ew werw opened | Neleoa Birest Cathulk school got essed

HARNESS LEATHER . kept. fnregard w the erection . : ray!
ree EF"e person on the solonure ot the | Soentcat deta th ele ‘WW Tag | Sos by rae) setae aba, ef JOHNS SARSAVEARILLA
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JAPANESE SWORD MAKER.

NELIGIOUS CEREMONIES ACC UMPANY
EVERY PROCES4— ‘WATERING.”

The aword-making «f Japan is per-
haps the most curious ia the whole
world. In ‘that couatey swords satd
to be equal to toove of [uledo or Da-
toascus are made by a epecial ecritsof
processes, but n feature of the iudus-
try la tbe religions ceremonial that
Atcompanice every process.

Onibe walls of the hutsin which
the work is done are representations
of the god of the sword-makers and
the chef goddess of the Shintos,
There are also bite of paper and wisps
of straw, charms tw keep away evil
epitits No female is allowed ty enter
the place, as the presence of women is
supposed to be conducive to the ap-

rarance of demons, who would cer
tainly bring disaster to the swords
misafon. Prayer is offered before the
wotk begina, and various religious
tites must be performed before any
ene of thesworda can Le declared to
have been well and traly made.

The last thing that takes place after
the polishing and sharnaping of the
sworde is the offering of th¥Win one b:
ene to the sword god to be bless
The weapon Je placed ta front of the
Koakemona onthe wall, with an offer-
ing of saki, rice and sweetineats, after
which prayer sciolle are read anda
blessing upon the work is invuked.

Wheever the making of metal
swords may have ongiuated, the chief
fawe of the industry belongs, of
course, to Dawaecus, where the-e
weapone bave been made from time
immemprial’ But atwost equally
famous are the sworde of Khorasan,
which is stil} the centre of the best
Leustern work of the kind. The best
Eastern biadew are, however, at leact
eyualled today by those of European
wauufacture, which fact i¢ evident
when we remember that European
ewords are Ufien met with fo Asiatic
hands, though | » most cases they bave
been remounted in Eaetein style to
sult the fancy of their owners

The particalar treatinent of the steel
used for the making of Asiatlgawords
has hed not 8 lituetada with the re-
putatids of the latier, for the dama-
ecening or “ watering” of choice Per:
tian aud Indian army gives & most at-
tractive appeararce to the work
Much the same thing wasin evidence
fn the manufacture of “* Damascus”
gon barrels untill it was discovered
that Hund steel was preferable for the
latter, at least from the maoufac-
turer's point of view.

In the case of sword steel the
“watered” effect is produced by 4





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30¢ | Muslin Allover —17/18in. 18c, to 36¢,
36c. ", » ~27in 36c. to 60c,

. 40c. | Muslin Insertion & Edge Ge, to 15c.

process of cryatallization, vo that
when the metal ts forged out a more
or lesa segular pattern is seen tunning
Ubrongh i, and the effect Is pleasing
tothe eye, though at ts sald that the
quality of the metal is neither better
hor worse for being fregted in thls
fancy manner, - Londanw Globe.

TRIBE OF SENUSSI ITALY'S

ADLY FOE

WEI". (RMFD AND WRALThHY AND
FIRKDO DY THE FRAVOR OF TIOLY WAR,
TH SF MOST FANATIC OF THE MOS
LEM BECTA ARK MARASSING THE
ITALIAN ARMY AROUND TRI
roll.

London, April 4 Constantinople
correspondent sends an Interesting
accountof the famous Sheikh who
has been honoured by the Sultan, and
ofthe uibe over which be holds
away

Wheat causes General Caneva, the
Chief Commander of the Italian foices
in Tripoil, Che greatest perplexity and
anxiety, and what seriously ent-
bararses bis military operations is the
ioyetert cus tribe of the Senussi, ‘They
ave gathering nowié thousanda from
theic far cdfcentre op the oasia of
Kufta, inthe Lybian Deseit, froin
many avother distant oasia uf North
africa, from the Sudan, from Atabia,
and fiom Lgypt to wage the Holy
War, against the deatable “ Mar
carooi,” polluting with ther unholy
hoot-lad feet the sacred territory of
the Mahdis, And of all the ivou-
merable Moslent eects and tribes,
nove can wage thie Holy War with
lnore pr-sionate aelf-abnegation, with
moreterrible fanaticism and fero-
city, than the Senuesi.

Many are the xtorica concerning
thie moat extraordinwy of Islamite
Trotherheods. Some assert phat
they are Freemasous with a constitus
tion and tites very much resembling
Luropean Masome fiater nities.

PASSWORD OF TUE “ROSE”

One thing seems to be perfectly
certain, ‘The Senuss? symbolism of
the * Ituse,” the sec:et password of the
Mahidi's etmisaaries, bas worked a
veritable miracle. Dy means of it
alone, the prewnt Sheikh of the tribe,
Siai Ahmed Li-Mahal, the grandsou
of the foundee of the sect, was able in
avery shot epuce of time to gather
from distant parta a formidable army
of fanatical waartors, ready to face
Genaral Caueva's forces with all the
crushing resolution of religious fienzy
Hghbting for Allah and Islam.

From an excellent source, [ gather
that the number of these warriors







Thera will be Marching

TERE, THERE AND TV ERYWHERE

Am ng-t Che Friendly Societies of Trinidad, you must
of necessity have a

SPRUCE WHITE DRESS for the Occasion.

NAVIN gots come so veand yer them,

THEM ADL.






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that will sult each and every
they are not the
the money, youneed not buy! -

amounts at present to abont 100,000
men. All of them are exceedingly
well armed. Their ammunition fe of
a most moderntype. Their leaders or
Bhelkhs poses about £2,000,000_ stert
ing Itisjthe name of the “Hose”
thatkeepsthem together and infuses
thein with unawerving enthusiasm. Ut
Ia the © Rose” that is {ofluenclng the
whole of Tilpoll, Andit will be the
“ Rose,” it is asserted by those who
know, that will finally carry victory
over the lavading intidels,

That remarkable Sudanese woman,
herself.a member of the Benussl sec!
atyled bythe enthuslastic and gratefu
warriors, * The Jeaane @’ Arc of the
Desert.” with a lacerated left arm
waving high In the ale and with flerce
outcries of religious fanaticlem Ared,
the other day, the men of her tribe
to an assault upon the strong en:
trenchments of the Italians, She ac-
complished the defeat of the numert-
cally stronger enemy, in spite of the
thunder of their cauaon, ouly through
the uslracte workin mystery of the
pasaw ord of the © Iose.'

The political agniflcauce of the Se
nui came ino prominence when
they began tofi,ht against the cor
rupt system otf the old bureaucratic
aduiinistration. This is one of the
chief reasons why they were dialiked
by the former Sultan and could never
obtain, during his regime a firm foot-
ing in Constantinople itelf, They are
most enthusiastle champions in the
cause of freedom aid of enfrancbise-
ment from every form of despotism.

Phe present chiet Siti Ahmed El-
Mahdi (Mahdi ineans “*He who fs led
by allah”) le described as a very pious
man, full of strength aud courage, He
has already fought and very success:
fully too. in many a dificult cam-
paign. The fight in Tripoli will be hot
and jong, aad the [talians will per-
haps arrive at the melancholy convic-
tion (hat between the provigmation of
the annexation and the actual posses.
sion of Tripoli is a wiste and insur.
mountable gulf.—Toronto Mau,



No Rear Witt Astuma, -Asthoes

when rest is needed moet. Hence the
Tow of strength, the net vous debility,
the loss of fleab and cther evila which
must be expected unless rellef is
secured. Fortunately rellef is possible,
Dr. J. D. Kellogg's Asthua Remedy
has proved ita merits through years of
service, A trial will surely convince

you,
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PORTOFSPAIN GAZRITE SUNDAY APRIL §t At 7

iT? Police COURT,
Birers Hs Worship De. Blirkiood
Werte! 4)

Ratwiday.

Foun at Date of Suor—Follee con

table Bowen chargeda boy named William
Weeks with beirg Thund-ab the hack of
ashop at South Quay on Friday night
for unlawial pu Defendant had
on him a catiase, matches anda candle.
Le said he waa Lorn at Grenalaand his
father works at the Easters Qoeny. De
Cendant. waa remanded to Nonday for
forther (oqulries.
AssaULT,~Edith Armatrong. Dals
Kiugand Ellzabeth Woods, whoon }ri-
day assanited Francle Simmonds a
signal boy employed at the Hatlway,
pleaded not guilty. After tha evidence
hey were cenvicted and aenten: to
three weeks {mprisonment each.
aN Otp Gaot, Binp Sergeant Alexan
der charged James Jackman with con
veylog at Prince Street on Friday last,
two floger sings. Defendant pleaded not
malltye The bergeant stated that while
golng along Prince Street, on Friday he
saw defendant wearing the rings, be had
been watching defendant fur some days
before, during which tlmé Defendant
didn't wear aay rings Complainant
suspected defendant whenhe saw him
with the Hogs and stopped bia. Defence
dact was asked to account, butthe Ser
wat not being aatlsfed with his story
e@arrested him. Defendant then ald ho
would take the ntto the persons
from whom he bought the ring,
end after taking the Sergeant round
about the town io search of the
Bupposed pedler whom he didn¢ find,
dlefendant was eventually taken to Consta
atabulary quarters and charged. A
pediae In Charlotte Street told com-
lalnant that rings had been stolen from
Is basket, Defendant pleaded
Rullty, to the Magistrate
and aaid ‘he bought the = rings
on different days;cne from aa India
whose name be didn’t know and the other
from an Syrian, He was convicted and
fined £20, or six months’ to iL; severnt
vious convictiono were shown against

Im.

TortuRtno & MOLE-—Robert Taltt of
the T.SP.GA., charged an with
torturing a mule by working it in « walled
eondition. Defendant was fued £!or7
days, and the animal was ordered to the
Pound for thirty daya.

Coxvzrinu & Dovs.—Corporal Callen:
der charged Myla, coolle, hia lng,
at St. dames, a dove, aup ave
been atolen, Defendant pleaded not
Raitt » ond stated thatiber husband
found the bird yeaterday morning amaog
the mangoes at the seas et St. James.
TDefendants husband who was seen at
iiishouso by the Corporal, said he
bad the dove forsix months. After the
evidence Lils Worship adjourned the case
to to morrow.

LARCENY OF A BASKET OF CAKES.—
Ida Bell charged Abdool with the larcen
of a basket, valued 5s., coatalning a@ shi
lng’s worth of cakes abe had given bim
to sell, Defendant pleaded not guilty
and sald that his foot having got crushed
at Turnball’s, he sect the basket with its
coutenta by another coolle to complain:
ant, whtle he himscl€ had to goto the
Colonial Lospitalto have the fafury at
tended to. Defendant, whose story
didn’t impress the Magistrate, was con
victed and sentenced to 4 months In gaol,

AFINE RECEIPT.
EGG EN SURPRISE,

Drain the syrup from a can of
apricota, Tn two cups of the ayrup
add the juice of, two orauges, one
liwe, and one half cup sugar. Set
overa slow flre until hot, ften two
Jevel teaspoontule of granulated
gelatine in one cup of cold wa'er until
golatiog je dissolved. Strain through
a cloth, combine with the hot nfs:
Thoroughly blend tiem. Set
While the imixture
cools beatwhite of three eggs until
stl anddry. Whee thesyrup mixz-
ture is cool and beg us, to thicken add
theegg whites ant beat with the egg
beater. Continue beatlog until the
entire mass will huld its shape a the
white of an egg does when well
besten. The misture must be in a
cool piace during the beatiog. When
it will hold its shape puttwo spoon.

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TRINIDAD, AND TOBAGO,

pyuue NOTICE 1s hereby given

by Albert J.soph Charles of th
st. Jueph in the lend of *arinitag
AVillteiciag due the 7

eurlag date ¢ ds
1907 of Joseph Whari of the eee ot By
Joseph, deovased, who died on the 271b
dey of Javoary 19t2 beving at the bine

3 foresald, tb
doudph slore , tbe seld Albers
the add Wik

Ad
Caveat Band before the ex

twenty elzdt deye from
publication of nih pobles, the

aie 1d Albert Joseph Oba:





Would you Ball
Your Dress to
Fit you Right}

F you had to build a house and the frame was
either round, square or oblong, don't you thinktw
the boards were nailed on they would have to conforg



the shape of the frame f 3
; Corsets are to your dress what n frame is to a ‘build

¥ If they aro shaped ‘correctly or incorrectly your dresel(
woe” est the boards which have been nailed to the frame of the b
ing) has to conform to their shape, ‘That i+ the main reavon why som
ladies always appear poorly dressed, no matter how costly the cloth they
wearing ma 5

be.
You'll find all the latest improvements adapted to the prevailing fashio

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“WARNER'S RUSTPROOF’ CORSET:

We have just received adtarge shipment in all tho leading styles
lar wizex, and request you to inspect them at your carliest convenic ,
| prices are as follows :—60c., 81c, Ibe, $1.08, $1.20, $1.50, $2, 8250, 82.7579%

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fuls in tho centre of a pie plate.
Shape it tolook lke the white of an
eag. and inthe centre place one-balf
the apricot tolook hke anegg sulk.
A little of the syrup roizture may be
taken out before the gelatine fe addeit. .
This poured over the apricot glares It
slightly, Turn « bowl over each ran
eo surprise, ect {n a cool place untl
ready to serve, Thisis a large recipe,

AGONY ON
OPERATING TA

Did not Remove stone 1 the Mk
Gin Pisin Fanwesec. 10. He









. Jonas
and will serre 1t * Durlog Auguat last f went to Montreal ta con ult a speclatins
fe d-cided oa 80

eufterlog terribly with Stove ta the Biadler,
was assisted by anotherdoctdr. They skid the calculus was las
and ton bard to crush and they could not take ft ou. Tt?
f retucne 1 boine sofferiog
did know what todo bat was
by a fcowad wr tiy GIN PIL!
box and found rellef from
took « second and &
PILLS, after wbich I went!
apectalet. IHetold methe
uced in size etil be could
ot rt hough be tried for twe
alt. 8
Tfecurned home again acd
take GIN PILLS a6 ther,
vory much, busy t did soto:
would relieve uie of the
grass joy { passed the stove
and au now 4 well man
1 arn sending the atone la
you can can «ea for Tae
work GIN PIUts did for me’
are the best rocdicine in the world. and because they did 0
will recommend them all the rest of my Ilfe", ALUERTI =

Wohset glorious paws to these who are alinnst going {osane
of Btoneln suv Bladder! Here is ease aud « entoitt Hera bs
acettain means of getting rid of the sone without being cut to
knife cfasucgeou. QIN PILLS dusolea Stone or Gravel In K'
der bacauso GIN PILLS are the greatest auiveot for urie
rer Femur, trouble sa Like Me. Lessard’s, follow ha examploved

your trouble ya Like Me. esate, follow
PILLS. Money refunded if they fallto ive relief, Saunpls barb
write us, mentioning thie paper,

National Drug and Chemicsi Co, Dept., Toronto, Oanade 72

If the bowels are constipated and fivee torpid, take Nation:
Pille—a box I

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NA-DRU-CO, Laxarid]
These confections are pleasant to,

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WEAK, PUNY, AILING CHILD-
REN NEED FERROL.

ANY little boys and girls come
Mttening into our store who are
weak, thin-legged and holiow-cheeked,
We wish every mother could know
what cur Ferrol will do for such
children, We promise that it will
cereale flesh, build them up, and make
them robust, strong and rosy. .
WHAT MAKES CHILDREN WEAK

AND PUNY?
Rapidly growhg children ned a
reat deal of vitality. They grow
‘ast, play bard, and work too hard
at echool. Then the sppetite be-
comes fiiful, and they hte awake
toauing restlessty at night, or cry out
becanee of bad dreane, Buch
children are tlred an,Y worn when
they ought to be lively and playful.
They need Ferrel,
Ferrel will aleare corcect’ these
troables, and make for each child
new vitality, solnd flesh aod musc’e
tlasue, strong bone -structure, and
rieb pure, red blood.
CHILDREN'S DISEASES,

Neasies, scarlet fever, chicken-pox,

whooping cough -these and some
others are ralled = “children's
dixeaser.” They are dangerous.
How often do you hear @ inotber
eay, * My little gitt has never been
strong sfoce abe had the measirs,”
There diseases ucdermine the health
of young children, and leave them
broken down, thin, weak, subject to
headaches, depression, and some.
thines woree. More than one child
bas driftedinto consumptlon, ordeaf+
ness, or Lecome a chronic Invalid
after auch @ disease.

FERROL HASTENS RECOVERY,

Justaseoon as your child begins

to get.a_little better, begln using
Ferrol. Ferrol Ja a vitality-making
tonle for chfidren, It requires
almost no digestion at all, and can
uot upset weakened stomacke, ag do’
ald fashloned cod Ilver oll and emul-

sions’ Itmekes strength feats and [efficient in use, Taken as directed t
fills out hollow eheeke, and makes duce free and casy actions ae

























svorn with fever and pain. Ferrol

thin little legs aud arms plump a: ?

thin little legs pump and | discomfort,
We have many letters from grateful
mothera whose children owe their
health, aud even life, to Ferrol,

Sole Agent—Smith Bros, and Co,

They are best taken at bedtimely
be taken ‘whenever convenient, Use
fion as an after cffect does not follox)
use a3 is the case with many io

Ja ibe Sapreme Coast

Io the matter of tha Katate of Josey They do not disturb the d gestive on
They contain the best laxative knowl
recommended for anygcy
Thelt oi

Whart sometimes called J Ww
of the town of Bt. Joseph tn “he
se'aud of Tilaidad—Deceared,

are highly
either children or adults. r
best when chewed up and mixé
the Saliva,

oo

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EPH'’S PHARANS

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A large assortment of Kitted Woollen & Silk SHAVWLS- 48¢ to $5.00 Low and Medium Hcels, for wet weather, in Viei & Gunmetal. ,
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4 OF i protection of the public and quite | thispart of Nhe Vrockd Ae Menara, [Jency Sr Syduey Obvier is practically | and Demerara on or about tad April 19.2, I crate April 2ith next proceeding
il another, and that an even more im-{ 1, Hichardsoa Mole and 3°. W. | boobed for the appointment of Gover | proceeding afterwants to Carupano, Cu! Cr inguras taking eargo, passengers and
portant matter to be sure, that the! Urich of Trinidad who have given | nec of Hong Kong, after hie termof mapa, Guanta, LaGuayia, I'to, Cabello, ( wyuits BO pa
. evactments and reguistions when {the “enakelife aubject, for many ,oftice in this colony expires The : Curtiao Jacmel Aux (ayes, Pattau

‘ . made are thoroughly aod eficiently | years now close, systematic study, | correspondent addathat the Impres. , Prince and New York taking cargo, pase fo
Ok THIS LINE administered. The Statute Book of znd from them Xre should like} sion prevails that Sie Sydney would PAS Wietse V.-The Royal Datch
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the Colony (with some well knewn | to learn whether a complete hiatof the | perfer to return to the Colonial OMe 3 ‘ tp > .
. limitations) and the rules aodregula: | Tobago snakes has ever been published, Cit that the men dn influence there { due fail sieamer, © Pring Willen v or ag Trinidad line of
CWP dl an seedeerejent? here cach month at regular tatervales, [tions made in the Executive and | aod if6o where ? think that the seevices of so capably | about vith April 1912, proceeding after + teamers
_ Legislative Gouncile end elsewhere | The non-poisonous snake fe really fen administrator would be of great | wanis to laramaribo, [avro and Amster qT 5 *
x E IGHT Oo LL ought to be sufficient to secure the | the plaoter’s friend here, for he fs con- | valus to the Empire if they were made | data taking cargo passcugers and nualie, Thapers Coan’, ann |
al FR F A Kl NDS protection of the local public In most | stantiy destroying numbers of rate | use of in the Far Eastern colony PEs VILLEAL 1 —The Loyal Datch ANACAS.—The aw sata an" of the {
A . . . . respects. Bat they arenot, and for} that ars auch a nuisance and enemy to The present Governor of Hong Kong da Mat Steamer, ° B ay W Aten, I” da \ ‘Trialdad Line wilt feave New Yore 3
EWill be Carried'with Special Care | thisresson: That the carrying out | cocoa and coconuts, in Sir Frederick Lugard, G MCG, 1 aie 11) trom Ametendaun via Parana | for Trinidad via Grenada ou the Lith Apell
i - . of these enactmentw and rules and When passing along the hack parla D8.0, The date of his appointrneut | thio & arm on oF about h May i Wit aud tedus toartive herpon the set
c regulations by the authorities is/of the Englishman Bay district of | to the governorship was May 1. 1907, Pomemng kt La Guayra, Vo Cabelic’ April 1912. e
AT EXCEPTIONALLY CHEAP RATES often lax in the extreme, Now and | Tobago and not farfrom Paslatuver | ils term will thereforeexpiteon April | Guracao, lacmel, Aux Caves, Port att M AYARO —The as, “Mayaro” of im
7 ots again the powers that be, spurred on | recently, the wilter met a full giown | 3, 1913 Alinoet simultaneously eit | prince A New Looe takir g onrgo, paseén zd N Trinidad Line will leave Trinidad
pVarying from 25 per cent to 50 per cent uncer Current Bates | by public ventiment, manage to dis: | Cribo snake with another which had | Hydoey Olisier’s term of ollie ia | pris aud tunis for New York direct on the Zied April 1018
Sg play a feverish degree of energy and [been taken in for more than three ] Jamaiva will come to an end for Hie RANIE NASAL —The Royal Duteb | 2 HO We Nr ey at 1612,
Charged by Conference Lines. activity, ‘Ihe pity of It le that thie} parts of ite length as there wae only | Excellency wae appointed towards the Mall Steamer ‘Oranje Nassau (a due 7 © Crowe at Nanay ARTES The 6.8;
, [excellent condition of affsirs never the head part and some 8 inches pro- | close of Apzil, 1007. here (rom Venezuelan Ports on ot about | bine will leave New York for Trinlded
Excellent Accommodation provide. for limited number of Cabin } lasts, and so for many wouths of any |truding out of the cribos mouth, | The salary attached to the governor: | [ith Ray 112, proveding after®erds t0 | directun the Zéed April 1utg and is due to
Pa 35.00 coach. patticular year enactments and rules | Whether it was dueto ty presence, | ship of Houg Kong {incinding cuter. | Parataaribo Taste aud Arusterdau taking | arrive tigre on lat May 1912,
ssoagers at €35.00 oad acdregalallove for the protection of } or not, Leansot say, bat itat once be- | tainment allowance) Iv 0,00) per an. , CMa passennein sud tially, ARACAS, The am “AMoracas ofthe
P or not, Ts JRINS MAURITS —The Hoval Dukh
f the public ate gltber 60 pouch waste an to disgorge Its victim, which bad bun, I Mail-etoomer “Dring Meurite ledue Pa xarinidad Ute will leave ‘Tstnidad
adminis ns ei o ‘at until, », e via Gretada on ie
"9 THE FULLOWING[STDAMERS WIIL CALL AS UNDER, Vies | Petfunctory rouance,” Never ar'year | withia. three. rliites ‘etter’ coming ———-= and Detnetara on cr atout av May Tork | Ait? Wie aul ts vue to arrive there on
dg. “INDIAN Prince’ here on 2ith Apitt, 112, | feanereilustratiog the truth of thie | hod'*been ejected unc the ground, Uitrnue Cuanta ta Gaara 10 Caleta, | (YTUNAUA Then Grenade jot |
as : INDIA } FINCH | go ot, Tons due here on ith Noy . statementoccur. Ase elight iostance | The latter had a yellow belly, black BISHOP OF CHINA SAYS Guracay, Jacmel, Aus Unvew, Port au ice New York sha Crenada on the whee
) SCOTTISIL PRINCE” 5,100 ,, ” ” Yon of it, we mould refer our reader to Dr back, and the tall propos tionately aeecngers'an? ania, urk taking cargo May, 1912 and ts due toarrive there on j
: Biackw: sight's remarke on mi lengthy and whip-lke. Tho bac ne pnene ; 7 . May sth 1912.
, All further informa'ion will be tarnished by adulteration putdished in our "items of | had’ bern broken « foot below the bead. EMPIRE !S SEEKING PRINS FRBDRIK HWENDRIK The | May ;

pews" yesterday, But the most deplor [Ita length pretty well totalled that of CHRISTIANITY. Prev al 1 Putab Mail Stentoer Hine oe

ablecaee is the recent recurrence of 9 the cri " fteelf!” When shot out of the _ Veocauclan Porte on or about 2ith May OO
0 fact that, Tor some ‘onthe past the | the groonds it wasstil aller, out tele |, Buhonzawis of China res cathy wave | NY rere and Auaierdats ishing ca Lamport & Holt Line
° ° a
: 9 e @ | efforts of the authorities have become Bresumed that it died (although not Preseyit terre teat oumtey a wa Dane ngers mind bunlly of Steamere,

celared, aod we are afraid thet they lestroyed by vutForation, be ib noted. big ftw future prospects regarding #& ~~ Konwkhiko w. tue Grouat KH, Arston &}

7 be acquited of culpable veg! the cribo’s bell i oe K Co—Agents,
4 GEN TS. pence fn this uratter. Ie wae because eine peeee bar k hich bad change in govginment to an audience <3 dies Maild:enat VV ASANI—The as “ Vasarl” ip due

we feated that whet has occurred | been caused undoubtedly, while in the jn Brooklyn. ite epeeuRhe, greetings. New York~Param «ribo here from Juenoa Alcea on Saturday



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— Sem would occur that we advocated, when | process of being ewallowed. me? Bervi.e, ith Ayal and will leave the sane day
. tables firet broke out here, more strin- P Earller in ike day (s hot, sunshioy born oul of the most aot jen reine | Tee Korat Doren sart—Ageyrs Heat alae taking cargo,
66 29 ent measures than were approved of | one) at Ruonamede, a grey coloured, | will survive, the speaker believed it is OPPENAME, ~The ss, GCoppename
. ~ f the Geveroment at thetlme. Tov | glender” whip snake” was also seen. * bec h is due here frou Paramanto on Son
” , Hed dog-1 P not a question of surviving because the | day sad April 1012, and will teave next omens
fnenced oe ttacriy antagpalstie PARROTS. Fepubl c which iy suppowed to beexie YT day at noou precisely direct for New York 3
to ang meaturea for the stamping out | | Nolay lote of the Tobego parrot are | Wikre ta now ta China awort of pro | SUMNER es Mtetowijoe | SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ;
> o ° of hydtophobia, as has been proved to be teen flying about Varlatuvier visional goverument, and no man can \ lndue bore from New Votk ou Mon -—
' oves and over agalu ia this rest ar ev | just now, They are felily largo ul ck | tell whattbe next step will be, China | day dtl May $012, aud will leave the same ARRIVALS,
oO LS 1m Oo countries, the Government declined to | set birds, green aud yellow in eolOUr, | hay hopes for m republic, bub the | day for aramaribo taking oargo pamen | ee ith,

: fake the tinlod dope irreapective of | tinttetnce cre cought while young | Trallsalion seus to be far off, sald | x ina malt rue wa, “Barumacca” | a host Criscohal vias mms cee tone |
? : ‘ bived or ownersip, Nor in their | and then Taught to talk after being in ve line hes felt," he aald, “the Ni ue here fro Varainaritin ow Son | andl ‘passengers, ‘To Cla An de Nev
FOR POLISHING efforta to prerent he diease in ther | captivity a few weeks but, we under | youch of anew We anda neve inspire: | 40} att Stay LM, a to See Yk [Tint Go OF Vere
| play that solicitude for the protection and eaten by certain of our people {lone has teed CHlna 4 it fe thone ta Ing care. hansen Te wud really. ne" Inacas apa cues woop, Marcana, 9
| BR 4 SS COPPER NICKEL SILVER andsafety of the public whic! ought to when full grown. They feedon seede | corner then od throogh ble Church, Mares SNL. Thess. “ Marowljne” tons, 1 Wes glue ond 7 eee, coco

WKS ’ 9 have beets thelr fyet cares Gra tune, to (flowers also) ane their eae enaeeaesite Chine is weklng te lap u e trad leseons via, Uarbadlou ont uesday 1 ith May ole. Mirna . Veney arbor Gullarte, 0 tons,
iM 2 . | c ¥ ave next day At noon preciae 3 bor Sint: y we
AND GOI D o largely by the board, and we have | trees which give theus thelr food, or iu Consider ke republie In the renee of | direct for New York teking ‘argo panets cocoa, ‘aud't passengers, olou, Su bege !
4 a weard very I oe ot tn emus’ “Now, Seite ts sig the altrtetealue. oue governinent heres. there pet . CiottERaN Ihe se Coppenarus Comune 10 Pitt stmr, Wakersan. oie
affec oO ef dello * Psign that such a reprubtic could be in- ‘ ‘ . one
. ot 4 ‘ J induc hi hom raribe on Son ‘al di a
’ Guaranteed Not to Scratch. wei tioee’ cbac ehule. from Lares Oe | ing time of thess respective Lreve, augurated in bins at any time wi bi | SH Alay TULE and wil lewve next [Maya at ean bat cnansneee Te {
he Fi ' six weeks fe tbe average period of Io: THEPAGE BUTTERFLY IN aie organi ing tbe government in | {a9 at vero! pane sngernand toallee York oa
; ¢ is . = 4 3 =
The Finest Polishing Material Ever lade. \ d Lasts Longer spay extend to threa snonths oe elat, |, Thie moth (we chink we are con tct Aina woverniuent for maby yeare to Compagnie Gonerala ee Taltimore, wa Ho toed
ar or more, while wealea polot- G 1 » more, ’ ous
7 OWL CLOTH 1 ebemlentiy wort aa ran polsblog material, | ed cut that It Wes no pee exempting 13 Sided sone ith is now to be eae | ope ole now hase thers fe tut \ Traueatlan iqne Trloidad rude Lake’ Arobati. By the
god (ul moe nneportant, wih 1 «hewieal combination that scte on ibe surfece | any part ot the te and from lo Eng}shmao’s Bay, on the noth side P that few iv ofthe beet in the Eurpire. AGENT, wth
flotth. tov als pivvent tarnishing for a long time after polubing. clavion in a thet with | ot the iland but only in sparse nu: Lisbon Laais went on tu say that Pprnets tee Freach Mail Steamee | Conpunisa — Vones boat, Caupo, 3 tons,
OMY CLORIT dows not dry out, tui remeine soft and molt, Alwaye] We further stat a bere, and whether the saine kind, or | the Chivesy race le destined tu become “Perou in due hese from Venesue | ‘Tucuplta, saudry pkgs oides.
ree *y for insta: uve, Will nov hurt the wout delicate hande, a Pasteur Insiltute po nearer | ol hich periodically ewarme about | the leading race of Asia. Ite divpelled — jan partion of aluat the Wb Apel and wre .
. ‘ jaar Nol york eel nd een the Queen's Patk, Port-of Spain and | the fear ofthe yellow perl by waving ni pbrooeed afterwards to Martinique Time wat Venes sloop, Gonzales, U tons,
ons of ~ 1 . niauder, jenuk wn O ter, sundr: 4
PUL Ts. STZ CLOTEL Lr | eaten cope ce Rents ae [ie cy, mi bc ectted by 82 | at Cee, taint tne | Hetretatgpaacnore cargand a's ented SS tog toon
GUALANIBED TO CONTAIN 20,8Q. INCHES. danger it Teluldad wee eee All way theru le a pparently po difference scholars, their therchants, a real M £ bOM aye eee Tene ures tape Bion atlant ea qs tous
‘ * . , . from that one lo eithe: the colouring, | ists, and artisans then they dy ol the Te Guadeloupe, Martinigue ant St Ducts | Enisnavsa Veues sebar, Mojas, 4 to
. there warnings fell on deaf tara The ight or the form, ‘The food | eoldiers, ‘Ihe Chinaman, tu, be ssid, | 74 usleloupe, t vex Solar, Bojas, Be
SULB AGENTS IN TRINIDAD, measores that were adopted | THe tee Bid the Jarvee, of the page [jee lover of children aod vue of the by da bare on OM cteroardata Liomerata i vavesnger sundry pkxe mdse and
- aoe ee eee or twethelnutticient ttesHy hed remained . soruptete greatest woikeiela . ela, Surinam and Cayense, taking cargo, pas ‘Mi Roonny. Beit dat Mata, om tons,
; dinystery to all Naturaliste until some sengers and mails. Carapauo, susdry phase nidse and
measures decided on by the autbort ogo the talented artlet and assis- —rr punseugate.
g | ues were actively pursued. Dog eee nologist, de. Guppy of the i es Frederick 1 eylaud Maniya Venes Ceateno, 51 ton
9 cacbere were busy all over the, aot Trinidad Hoard of Agriculiuie, solved »- & umpany Lul § Colon, suwdey phas ues an
0 : Ls 4
Gin Marine HqQuare, anurans tom large number of {ale the probleas. nul* Rien viluber SUFFRAGETTE CODE. Tax New | mae Om) vanie sebar, Janesio, to
2 | people. Theo, just at the tine when Hs rds Ww the toe of ibe high —— ET hee A ae Crlababal cacdsy pkgs unde, au
— [ePetforts of tbe euthorites should uh ch guce rae eed. ‘was AMUSING NAME FOR MINISTERS. | | WISIANAD— Then @ poole Bare | i ne
have been) most etreouous, they wele | rood pleut of the cates pillar (“wornt”) - dox on or abou April, procesding vi * » ai tone
8] EAM d th: ee UenOS la the Bow-Htseet preascetion of the P 8t, Vincent, 2 tugs sugar aud sundry
radually relaxed au sone coteoe with | ofthis charining aud beautiful iusect. | surtreagewe ore 06 a chapee of con afterwards “ our Feo Eabelle. a
Vid DARUALOS TONE onmia circurreace of tte docaag. a toch [1044 damnit go that iif cony to | ET gaed ent mome at Canal | eaten ood _
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runny _| Tope | ebay, AM ere bee NS | pages we | breton tion cr ce pease kay reeriing ticiwarts| CLOSING OF MAILS.
VAge AT “ iow apa n 3th ney on ha Biot pedald, ands tee baye aid APTEH JOY RARA OF Awruata.— Dr eowarop we tcpiceal Inking Sarno passengers aud aiuila, if a!) to Carapane, Coma La
VOUNROS os) hao) Mey oa | Gud Bed Eeistcanecape an adictannss te this | peoved tbe ooly tlle fr one yratl | Revie te oe, ae Zo Cilamgaw Diroot aire fia eat SRoWiee aS
BYRON "| tba Nive Leth Jace see 188 | reepect of contributury negligence. weet ad tule is but One cure among Lite Ms Lloyd George. Line of Steamers, Pit peels” Noghtretion ay a
. the one recognimd remed: a Dock . bit Konaa. larsioan Sires ane 2! paw

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ee c. Ithas eemed ite eon Patina Go) AGENTS Maile fur Nin York by the ”
Laursrione accc wap dahon at moderate tater, epecietly catered for altrgeeated falling offeytivences. It Ben a, oxi rhe out cess OF CABLILLE Thee. | yengms Ill bo slowed om ‘Tuewlay mat

4 Bape . Aited w ih farsi «Wiss Tote faye i ! Wl Malls (us Now York
{ ‘ . \ belt fe Bay wadors oo shout 7th mF « Yoo * Ma “
For sates ol paps oad a forthes belersation, ores ¢o om Agent Peisrusloator,, Rescues he ‘how Specie within tbe reach ol! vaiteriag past tor iby Treasury, Med Howe ‘i | tastes proves, sherweids t Dean will te closed ow Tuseday Bird ut po
~ GEO B. ALBION o eeicg Depertaes | frowp ssperieees how weetul Hemesity. d Yard.
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Thousands uf mothers cau tvetify to fo earning it today, as it has done fur codes seange ter inatitations are “Crown uf Castlile in due bare at 10 am,

late t klag cargo passeugers aud walls Legi-teation of 290 p.m.






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the attendance will be onusually
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tie Hacellency the acting Governor

Local Government Board, the Recely-
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and Mr. J, Wood Darle to bs members
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Church, Rev. EW Hacetock, the
pastor, will preach at both services.
At Il o'clock in the forenoon the sud
ject. will_ be “The Nazarene Carpen-
ter, anf at 7 pam The Law of
Christ.’ ‘Lhe Anthem ‘Reroember
now thy Creator * will be rendered.

The great Duke of Wellington had
an wifortunate experience at Oxford.
He pronounced Jacobus with the
second syllable “short” and was duly
adiwoniehed. Shortly after the word
Carolus came in hie 6: h, and, profit
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i made Lhe secon *T able long, only to
| be pulled ap agalo. Possibly he re-

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Rev Clarence ¥ T Richeson for the

murder of Misa Avie Linnell, were |

issued on Jaouaty 22nd and served
upon Governor Fuss, Warden Bridges
of the Boston State Prison, and
Sherif? Quinn, The warrants were
made out by Clerk Manning of the
Superior Court in accordaner with
the sentence of death imposed, and
provide that Richeson be held in the
Charles bt. jal ia Boston until May ©,
and then taken tothe death chamber
in the Btate Prison and electrocuted in

The usu8l 99) am, and? p.u. set- |

vices will be held at Greyfriars Pres-
byterlan Charch today, the Lastor,
Ifev. W. McCulloch Thompson M.4,,
taking both sersices.* At the former
thesubject for the eermon will be
“The Desire of the Soul’ and the
evening suoject will be “ A profitable
asset.” The Sunday School meete at
10,43 in tbe forenoon.

The Barbadés Globe eaye. Captain |
WW. IL G. Thane, asonof the Jate Mr. |

H.E. Thorne of this island aod for

the past few yearsa Sub [hepector of |

Police at ‘Trinidad, has been appointed
to succeed Sub-Inspector Mandeville
who is retiing from the Barbados
Pollce Forve at a0 canta 2-° *
eu, some Geld receally ofthe
sofalVomuiittee sprointed to conelder
the steps that should be taken with
regard to railway construction in the
hinterland of Bntish Golapa, The
meeting was conducted ta camera,
but it was ascertained that Mr. J. J
Nunan Solhcitor General, made « very

interviews he had bad with responsible
partles in London, Mr. Nunan laid
great stress on the argurnent that io
the port of Georgetown [sy the key to
the position In the matter of a South
American Continental railway fron
Patagonia fo the surth to the most
suitable nerthern port © Whilst n>
definite proposals aie before the con
nilltee yet, there are prospects of im

Portant develupoients fin the Rear |

forure, --—
“or the pur,
_ elfectlog a reduction io the number uf
elementary schools in Barbsdos, |t ie
undere' thet a suggestion has been
nade lo the Education authorities to
have a building sultably placed to
accowmodate all the pupils now attend
ing the following «whoole1—Bethel
lias’, St. Ambrose Buys’, St. Paul's
Boys and Datkelth Boys. Visits of
inapection have reeentiy been pald to
the abovenawed echouls, ovtenslily
for this purpose, by the Attorney

idieneral, Hon, (. A, Goodman, and
SSS ee j Mea.) O. Wright, MALU Nu

DEX TO PAGES.
2—Paplatuvier —Tobayo,

A Tribute of Appreciation,

provewent Assoclativn have uuder
their consideration the eatablishment
of a Kest Jfoure either at Cotton
Tower or Hackleton Citt and the mat-
ter was referral tothe Aiwusement
Comittee for their decision

The covoa crop teat anend, te
epeak, so very little isnow brought io
to town by traln or other means,

By onler of the Governineut, and at
the request of the Watden of Savans
Grande, 1,3%) gallons of water are seut
to sincea Town every other day av
from (he t8th inet, A sfailar quantity |

rode to the Hounds when she ! le alea sent to Taba quite,
wae &) and Uflod.
Goiting Weaknesses

—~— , of Conetabdu
The Catholie Prese Ageoctavion, Just [ Golding,
G Ls Owen, 6th
j America in partof an advance decided , Secretary's urtte

formed, in the United Ptates of

a at the meeting of federated
Catholic soc ties held at Columbus
lsat year ways the Hrovklya Daily
Bayle The sswociaton will not
furnieh uews or wantecripte to daily
were pepe ae but wHlaim te do so to
abut 2) weeklies, There will be four
ane fo Epoyidence. another at
ew York, o in Chicago aed a
fourth In Ronse. The constituency of
al these weekliss be abuut aa
cuples. The (ioclation Loownces,
ough ove of ite incorpoaators, i.

& part of ite work will inte

i
fortsivg bistorie. doctrinal abt ‘pee | from

seatday storiss of Ca tholie, work.
oang Catholics ars
inks the aovaclatlon, ba thiegs
they ought to kauw as
ure: i

Answer w precestatians pls;
ven, eopeciall reports abou ligne:
erp The: hy 5 the of that relat
ic societies, which are working report i
folio

next meeting
ther refuiue, will be held in

ol

Louleville next October ’ your
- : dati

Mr G N. Haley, of Une Barbados “pague.” '

firsach of the Colonie! Bank, hae
im promoted tw the New Yuib

Cuammingd Sc’
1 ws d Typewtiting. 3
Oonsequent on the very large HUN: | donald Btreet. asks nie to, pu
bee who'were denied admission at the | goiiowiag r= \Vitb the fe
London Electric Theatre last nig ,
and on the epecial request of very | ghorthandatudenta who ‘cannot
many, the management have consent any onedto read for them at home
to Include Tedd Willams items {0 | nase recently o
tonight's programms “The great | gorladies, at & in
negro comedian” will sing hie} puoi
thie | BEF

JOHN HOADLEY

Hixxpert Tailom

ing experlenesd by

a4 a Speed Clase
fnoderate Tata Non-
Is of this school are also accepted,
there isatillroom fora few more
aspirants. Moe farther partieu-
lars, ring up ‘Phone 299,

wee i at ena etl
horse, conse the bes’
of British Guiana hae appoloted the Stall the Oorres fata, and the forner
Hon. Dr, J. E Godfrey, chalersao, glory of the Genrgeta
now a troop boras |
Police of Demerdra,

hens Limited have just
hipmneat of atl Rind of
Panama hate from Bout merica,
splendid tot priced from $500, rom:
ete withewestosnd and ribnon, to
. Alea Indlan Solo tith helmets in
puitable shapes, white and giey, 83.

wa race track, [¢
A the Nounted

received « big 5

Mr. 3. B. Willoughby, ALLU.E., the

as Company, arrived there
RMB, * Ocnba "on the Jéth
Inatant at Barbados

completed a three yeer:
Santos and has had twen
etperience in th

e gas bieinees. -
amember of th

e Association of Gas
Ingineére, Westemuister, and also of
| the Association of Weter Engineers,

Wearein aposition to state that
MeLeod of Bronté estate,
and Mr. L. M. flobson, Nolicttor, have



owned by Mr. Sobilan The pro
lunextto Atipero where oil duilling
has been golog on, and in fart fe itself
within. the oil region,

lanted in c con and cocenuts ; aod

Bitter beer is the death of malaria
germe, eald Ur, Jobn Dill Robert-on,
president of Loyola Universit
eal School in address ug the
Congress recentl
hardly keep the

The brewers could
ntbusiasm within
Brewers’ Congress
deoorum. Ur. Robecteon is the toag
who hae never taken
water He usesolive oil,

| The April sitting of the Hubadoa
Supreme Crfminal ( ourt begin oo the
Oth instant an loceupled only wo days’
dacation There were only 19 cases on
the Calendar andin moat thea the
| facta were co plain av to render on

accused of killingg an oh? portee by
pinping him agalost a crane on the
whact by thetic reckless driving on a
spider bave gone to prison for 4 rannths
each, and the notorious J
who robbed a atrangee of a 810) note
has bean tent fer oo a yeir.
woman accused of setting fie to a
rane field has been acquitted, Mr.
M. Greaves aon of

Justice ably defending her.

An attachment for a telephone re
ceiver by which another
, bear what te being eald aver a wlre—a
stenogiapher, for instance, who ie to
) take both a desof a conversation—haw
been inrented.

tne "Scotsman hasthe ful'owing |
Are birds able to think and remember
where they have been well can d for?
A gentleman living in Leiyhis in the
habit of feeding the bide whkh ¢
quent hie garden duiing the Woter



1911, he enticed a gisenfinch to epte:
acage and 60 captured i
wearipgating un its lez
een University, 7,185,"
a March he setit ar

7

interesting statement as te the various |

January 13, 1912, the bird returned
Oa his cage belong presented
the bird hopped cootentedly intu
and settled comfortably down for the
rene pean an framination r

eringleft uo dou as to the
identity of the bird.

” The father of my client,” said
by London tolicltor recently " at ?
tial before a tnegtetrate, "ie a marine
doorstealer” “A what?” said
The- nervous solicitor

your worehip'’s pardon,

{ beVere Beason.

wes of concentration in t

tupeated the magtetrate,
said, "A marines

magistrate and left le [ft is almos

needless to add the explanation Riven
the reporterof the London
tes that the father of the
gentleman's olieot was a

‘The Committee of the Bartad sim} Merine stores.

Tennie la which the-King,
creation from the
work thataccumulated oo h
tour, is the game of kings,
est of exivtlug ball gameo—it ia
tlonedt in the \ Authicten

vonis was orlginally the pastine
the kiggsand cables, i
before its descendant—lawn tenoie—
became popular with all classes. The
game reach«d England

and it was long



from France
and bythe time of Henry
wi a royal tepuls court at
Wladsor Neary VILL was an gxpeit
bub Jnepectcr Harold de Pass hae
ted tothe rank of Inepector
tlary ia place of Cap ain
promoted to Mt, T 3
Clerk in the Colonial |
* Hes been a pomted
Wact ae a Subs Inspector du tr
aiwence on wave of Jospec to:
Norman. It ie generally belier.
Mr. Owen witha ovaries Ty bat
In hue (apelebulary
rough the ¥
ted by Gaptala ssigue.
It may not be gen
Sr. Owen's father
Deputy Inepector General of Police
zoek, and often acted
enerul.

Hon. thet oloni
Slr, —1 an directed by tb ‘
joke that ia consequence of «
(to the effect that
tte sane of Kibonic
» Damaica, 5
Â¥ telegraphed to the aerna
to enqguie whetber the
| bas received the
with refereace (0

fe teport uf wubonie

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Ihe emuggting came to the observa: | far in ff ad th San Antonioh thetwelve , management from our breeders, we | the poor form of Bila K., took # great | haadedme plece af
WORLD 0 F SPORT. to of the Treesury Department | race so “meh at ale coerey thet he I Faleat Sen and went, the entire dies | should not do even better here, seeing | deal bf the quality from the creols | Bee. and hrs Berkeldy te to the Hone

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Bouth Bide, | eased up in the stretch and trotted to | tance twithou> beirg telieved by an- events, ae the tusvel between theses The Plate consleted of b heavy Bille
| REMARKABLE ARGENTINE [| "Be reported the matter. the fiolel: five yards in frontef Def ctherdtiver, ey "| tobetound In thle Colony. two good ones, would have surely pro: Uver Plateau. surmounted wine three. |
a ——— Grouchy. De Grouchy in turn wae] Thacar that hedrives tethe Sted. — Videt'the feature of the meeting. silver dishes, each piece crested, the |
STATISTI So th WILLIE LEWIS SECURES BOUT y five yards in front of Dick Ean of the | dard-Dayton, and he will have the BORDE FOR ENGLAND. **14 Mr. Berkeley, the competent Sec Fiateau bearing the following Inecrip: «
The statistics relative @ wins Seveoty-firet Regiment, The othere/s.me machine that he basusedin #1 { wwe inderetand that jockey Borde tary of the BC Andrew. Reve Chute lon

were strung out, “ Preeente! to Mr, and Mra Berkeley
by membéts and friends of the St.

Andrews Race Club in commemora- ¢

of the progeny of the chief sires WITH CARPENTIER.
plore ot tine have Just reached Eng. Georges Carpentler, the welter
land. Of couree, the figures cover the } Weight champion of France acd the A BIG DIVIDEND
whole of last year, ac, of coutes, there holder of the middlewelght title of aN Bl
iano close” season at Buenos Ayres. Hopland, has been matched to fighi 7 The Chrivimas Handicsp, which
Nevertheless, {tie apparent that the wi ie Lewile of New York in Parison | W8* run at the Port Adelaide (“outh

of his Western reecrd-amashing races. | wilt teage for England shortly, The
teasers mtbeadh of Antes blood | jocal lightweight will oto the stable F tion were. provided. with every, com
lives ia Man Antovio, of vainer Mine ppeet Welty of “being fort, and as veual all arrangementsia [tion of their silver wedding and in
~— rena inthe igekin before the season | Jeot. “Thee nocd cportarnea he ejcel nag Botton ot their services to raciog
totale appearing against the names of } {he night of April 24. The bous will | Australia) Meeting on December 23 THE PICK OF THE BUNCH. fe ended, fuante's visitto the race] pate, presented a bandepme tacing conpection with Treees cepocially ia
the two leaders, Pietermaritzburg and | 5¢4 twenty-round affeir, Both men f 494 reiuied in a wia for Pandanns | Hapler,” the racing correspondent | tracka of Olt Exgtand ought to prove saddle fo the winner of the Telescope} Besides being the founders of the
Jandy, are enormous, for the former | Lave agreed to make 160 pounde ring. | (Taploea—Thunder Prioce-s},’ provided | of the ‘filuetrated Sporting and Dram. | Of great benefit to hin With his} stakes, The fortunate owner of thie | St, Aodrew’s Race Club, Mr. Berkeley
is more than $55,000, and the latter Is | Side. wig will salt for France on | & sensational dividend the first borse | atic News,’ selects aehis “Lest dozen” | natural ability as a rider and the | fs pr, Mitchell, asa reault of the win | bas been ite Hon, Secretary ‘tor fifteen

upwarde of $35,000 in front cf the Hug. Betarday. Maneger Dan MeKetrick J 04 Jog £74 6. and the second £7 7s. for thle year [no England, the following pplendid examples of jorke space of Harmony, ace, years. A staunch eupporter of all









































































































. 6 will fot the latter part of nex a e Orient managed to . re —=, hat goee
lish champion, Sundd a 7 Nope week, The match hae been ban ing secure third piace in the Perth babes Lard St. Divid's Kitbroney, dyre, | little “knight” onght to return to} The Maiden went to Rose Dashley, | Mr. tieley bas bee t power tor the
stallion, either on the Contineator in| fire since last September. Victor | the W A. T.O. annual meeting { by the Wag Innieuskil ue a full fled star.” We are f with Bullen up, Data wae second, acd | welfare of racing In Grenada,
the colonies. Beever, tbe poanager of the Cirque de (Western Auatraliey Artesian (Argo gt J, De Joel's Wunapot. 3 yre., by etna thet the beet wishes of fhe Prlorese third.” U to a short distance ——-
varie, the big hi me ol naut=—Effervesce ing the winver. | Sundridge=Fota, rom the finish, Rose appeared to ba rye
pats followla atone fa fevers of the French capital, pebPodrome pe ibe Two other Imported borses alsorsn, | Mr. i P Whitney's Iron Mask IL, | and turtites here will watch his career | winning easily, but Disnecame witha THE COMING CLASSIC" i
fo 1011,.1t {fs significant thas the ag. Ketrick by cable 25 percent. ofthe | APPIe Charlotta being second end fy aby Dirguiee Roval Tose. abroad with the greatest interest. big rush, and Bullen. nearly caught RACES, {
gregace amassed by the produce fof | Sate forthe bout, but McKetrick held | Queen Regent last, fr. T. Pilkington’s Prince Vatatine, 7 napping. jou landed his mount by a le
these ten sires ehould have exceeded | Cut for B) percent Breyer wired bis one ma (yrs, by Ferotuuon— Lady 1 tebtfoot PRIZE AWARDED TO BRIGHT STAR. J short half length, Melody a half

more than oue-balf the amount offered { Mceptance of McKetrick’s terms yes: ENTRIES FOR “CITY AND rE. Halton’s Lowend, 8918. by | The stewards of the Trinidad Turf | *ister of the fleet Digolty, wae entered | LIST UF LEADING CANDIDATES,






























1 re | terday and the match was clinched, . 7 Destnond —Lowland Agaie. Stat ize for this event, but owing toa cold -_—
Inprizeson the Britten turt £0 lil:~ | MeKetrick estimates a, $20,000 houees Last, pear eR BAS: ‘ ten {yt ae ge, Dutewte Saeener 1, 3 the Mukicu' Tenteaye raced fer etcoue ( Could not take party (By ™Sentined™ én Palt Mall Gasette.)
n * . — 6! ae the mie and # quarte by Broomathc k Reveille ° —
Pletermaritsburg (dead), by St. Simon : ci or ‘Suburban, ottee v in ne Lont” Husebery « Charatan,’ 8 yea, dant Xtnas meet ng to Bright Star. The Telescope takes wae nex minis fa " subject fa which all ad.
by Flylog I’ * $20.38) PHILADELPHIA WANTS TO STAGE contested on Wedoesdsy, April 28, [ by Cierra Rowlba, ieee nd haree, in tend of to Home Darhng'es andshi ment to her nee sbail ar beeld eee sreetede
Pathe Taubsies by St. Simoni icine A OLYMPIC MEET. itd forty nine entrter,” This, time oe hee Cled us, S yrs, by bered than Mesos. (honey the owners one int ° nse ficent J Erpvinee.” he feta thee eventecher bee
+ 98 a! ° tly-naven a ar cona'stin, ic o— Core potte 1 en 4 -
{Qranue, LS role . 2 Hibs ace athletic club of twenty-five bun: oft ah Gad Anchore Atenate Nr. ©. EK. Howard's England, 3 yra, of Riight Star, entered ‘an objection ween Bernelf oe netic id ol be i guldance when mating their mares.
Sid Be er vintage Fi members hae been organized to : by \ _ to Hone Rule vo the ground that he course, many @ good hares has
iT, ying Fox 40) 96,055 F bring to Philadelphia the Olympic [| Bachelor's Hope, Reaur.paire, Ben [ by William the Third Gohien Hope. Fad tiled no certificate of pedigree | hovours, and so it was conceded that | fatled to win the Guiness, Derby, and

Bargssto (dead), by Orbit se 3,750

Gracton (dead), by Orbit. "41 ezziu | Ramee when
‘endal (dead), by Bend Or 324 62.025
‘alero, by Gay Hermit 3 73715
: The leadiog winning stable lact year

jwaethe Hares D. Alvear, whose ant-

male captured $278672 In forty-two

races,

wd ——
E215) penny WAGERING,
ow

80 much une-srtainty exists as
to racing in the immediate future, the
Derby is fortuoately not effected, and

Alder. Braxted, Bryony, Chili H
Americs, with Hacrison Towosend, | Cellisi Cigar, Cyrano. Dalnacrag,
talllionaire speitemao, as ite President | Demos benes, Duke Michael, — ton
and Charlee H. Gerstinger as Secre- | Boy. Forest Lawie, Hornet's B-auly,
tary. karly in June the organization | Lance Chest. Lonawand. Lsceon,
will begin ‘work for the erection of a | Moscato Mushroom, Plquet, &t Nat,
teventeen-atory clubhowe, The club | Saodwort, Bet Pree, Short Grass, sir
Bas pledged $500,000 for the erection | Martin, The Spy The Bere “tun
of the buiding, which will cost in the | *rot, Trepida, Ultimua Uncle Pet,
aeighborhocd of a million dollars | Wise Simon, and Wolfe Land,
eben complsted and furnished. ——
Me, Geretio er announced 1 tbls after. COSTLY LITTLE WATCHES,
soon that he alre! 0 prom- [ ;
White star was In considerable de- | ised the Olympic games ‘and when the bow ht, erpent Me Fecanee . edit
mand tecently, Lomond, although on | clubhouse fe completed and be bad the meno, of Paris, eighty-six of the most
foe wbock little, if at all, superior to | 25,000 membera the contracte will be | wonderfu litle swatches in the wold ie of the St, udivw's tace t Jub | scarcely enough to pay expences, only
rival, has throughout the winter j signed, It was largely for the pur- | He paid £00 WU) forthein or on aver, Pitvented to Mr, and Mre J, A. | to have the prlze go t+ the second
stood ata shorter price. Only a point § pose of bringing thie’ great athle ic | a spat peatly £700 @ wated. ‘They ; tietkeley & splendid set of wilger plate | horse, ‘Hearcely the kind of encow-
eeperated them in the latest quota- | event to Philadelphia that the new fenned the Natt 1a collee fur and Me. Beikeey not only founded the [ugement needed to heep hin {a the
sles, ands ae pharently there Ja more organization came Into existence. came to Paris from Berlin, Al! ofthem flu bat has been Ita Secretary for the garue 0a phe other haed redo not ace
ey7 waitin, gO on tha brother to , op dae lesn years and lt ie no exay- ow elve the Stewards could act. ye
fen years winner that difference may [pastOR TELLS FISIL STORY OX sate from the sizteen’h to the elgbe | eration ts way that through hi. hard
disappear within the next few days, on * The first Media watches were made [ tifart aod competent imauagement ie
Reporte credits each of these classic as- ANOTHER, tn the sixteenth century fo Nuremburg | 2ué the prearne fuurishing condition
pirante with having made satisfactory Rev. Martin D, Hardin of the Third | fg Paris, and iq faty, The Marfele| Of racing in Lhe eister ciluny. Me
Frogress during the secess,and thelr { Presbyterian Church at the Pisher- watches are very tiny and very beaut. | Berkeley has vivited Tiluidad neveral
aext meeting will be @ qiost interest: | man’s Club of Ubicago recently, told | ful, Une isegg-shaped, inadeof Limo. | twes and hie slay awong us haa ale
fog event, this fish story on the Rev William | ges enamel, and iso bigger than a] Ways beeu a source of pirasure fur all
i oo Chalmers Covert of the Fifty-first | canary'segs. There are twoofl these | those who met blu: —the more espe
TRAINERS’ CHARGES IN ENGLAND, | Stteet Church of the eame city. in the world, and both are in Mr, Pier. | clally our turflwe who Were always de
EHov, Geo, Lambton tops the het of | “Not long age a child was born in | pont Morgan's posedblon, ignited to talk ture vie phe well
Boglish trainers in the number of | 0" neighborhood aad apair of acales| © Many of the watches are in the form | felons 1 rereuat ys ° fjoln our
hersee in his charge, He has tifty- could not be found to weigh the babe, | of crosses, afd can be wore ss pendants, | Congratulations to those of the sporte-
sino In his stables, Sam Darling sfty- | Xoowing Dr. Covert, as & good fisher: ] The smallest of them might be worn {mien of Grenada.

they are staged in Prince Kin kee Alglon, 3 yre, by

Eager -C leith ve

‘The Duke of Weetinster's Boxhill
Sym, by Teeetebrck Kapernen,

Lond Dorew'sa Uarsy of deref ast, 2
pt hy Jobo O Gaunt Canvesbury
*Pilgeien.

OUR SPORTING NET.

PRESENT TION [O SECRETARY.

wth the TTC as tequired by the
Rules The Stewards allowed the
super of Home Rule a reasonable
tine toe p odace the requived cere fl.

the Lafayette mare would have it all | St. Legergund, on the other bard,
her own way 3 but Eile got f ver, and | maoy winners of those prizes have ‘
hever would look atany feed for several | proved utter falluces at the stud. Ae
days beforethe races with the result, | a rule, however, the Classic races are a
Cale, bub deaplia every effort, it bas that she wasiano kind of form, and sure guide to the merits of the oom.
teen found inp sible to vbtain eame , | thould bever have come to the track. petitora, and for thet reason tt Is {ro
eof sent information not being avail- She trovelled about two furlongs, after possible to exeggerate their [me
abe to peamit of the hotee being | #iving 4s great dealof trouble at the portance.
traced by ibe American Jockey Club, | fact sod then had to be potied up, FORMER SURPRISES
This is exceedingly * hard hnee” on | Harmony. the only other cowpetityr, I d .
the owner of Home Rule, who In good prey ene & boliow victory. Ik a ®trurate gusne the changes et tite ace.
: so true a racehoree as Me, le
frith purchased the antunal and raced eaten re abould be on the dellests mate foxered Io ibe Clusia gvents, we
alde, als p veo back upon their
ok areally smart 'un when [i -year-old form—those of t em who
Darling fé.the best Grenada creole haveany. Jt ta ecarcely necessary to
racing to-day, but Idonbt agreat deal, | Point.out that juvenile form ie not
ber teing "match for the Dalke th always a rellable index, A boree often
champion Reproach, Ido not think | develops in ao extraordinary way 4
any creole foaled, could live alongside | 2uting bie third winter. Spearmint '
the danghcer of’ Resentment, in the | £24 Signorinetta may be cited as 4
form which abe showed 1a ber recent | Modern exanipler of thie unusual ad-
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him at two ineeti galike a sportsman;
Ow the occasion of th» recent Kuster | the firet tiwe failing to ecure, and the
vudsy taces lo Grenada, the mem- Precond time, winning Just one race,



understand thas the Mesate.“Croney,
in avcordance with their statement
made at the time wili donate the
piize money frous the race, lo charity.

THE DEMERARA RACES,

The Spring Meeung of the Demer-
ara Turf Club, touk place oo Thureday
and Mriday last, at Bel Aie Park,
Cable reports to hand show that the

racing, ab Trinidad, Demerara aod | VA0cemenct. Suoetar is another In-
Barbados, tke all Agere, {f Dac ing eee Ae the ead of bis two-year.
at fer aly handled. the ought to be Seaforth, and Bt. "Nat Pete ad
wht surly wie age. at hee beat and Nicola were ail placed fa “tront of hia
that she ‘is out of ber native heme, y the oficial bandisippers; while
but hope she will In the euccers of her torrow, Enlace Valeting, and St. Ap. 1
career, enbaore both the quality ot | tie Tae gare hieequals, He and

her atre, and the breeding of Grenada. ce Be surpassed all the others ‘

ste ° = as three-year olds, .

Trini representatives gave a goo The Trial Stak . ; .
Trinidad representatives Bare foo! cles by Dewey Dor ptt out Dor ppConteonted by auch svideuce, one ie,
candidates, conelsting of Mr. A. 8. fa hot frvourite, Heamp, Rock and arefore, naturally rather chary about

one, Batters, Joseph Cannon and Sher. | '24% bed a pair, they were eent for. | as a cravat pin. ~— . . Kernahan's three, thiete, Actress | Hweet NM. Ty committiag oneself to an expression of

wood Blt each Av a: Joyner the | When thé babe carapace’ 28 Bs oo pillB DERBY SWEEPSTAKE [and iterenge engaged a ten ‘races trungle between theme hee definite pinion three tnonibe ia ad. ‘
mericin trainer, in eh Mr * i” LONDOS EXPENSIY. Ss. be usual eweep on the Englis tween them, aud wonsiz, The son | with He. i t nce of bbe Hest Classic race, Without
Whitooy's attiog, has forty-four, of | *aeven thuty-six pounds LONDON EXPENSIVE FOG 1 y e of AVilhanstead -Resenrment. placed Oye eatin the barter of it at

the end by a length. The ena cf" dving so one san, however, adranta-
seemed o tire Moueldera ly duende geously review the position, with « ‘

view to familrarist
the flnish, Rove was third. othee problears (nat avait solution ie
The Grenville Stakes brought out

6 up and bo ha meth we ook, at tive Eres Handicap for two.

h ly costlug S¢., and wa hope to | rat® 7, betler than the next best | the “bi, : year olde published last aulew + we at

been tear? Gre bave Wen"lmose A ‘oer, focal spottsuen in bly class, Miugeummer, who wan- interest an snoethe m the euilye ten once comes inte close touch wih the

thee and thie fe directly attributed to her o ibe "Blue fi caving the vite (hot ihe Teintded entey boat Usly af and Kthel A. Do. Itove Dashley aed | Production weue tbl stlb

ie as accepted fact now thet the | world, ttle later fa the day g ving Dr. ,Mav- Disna firing sleyed out, the conflict Absurd sss g Of Javelin... 8 3
jah'e creole . was fle @ twa, an ougd § Lowond 10} Jingting Goordies

fogsoyer London would bs no more = . Athlete scored fn two events, the | Dignity wat the public choice, meny | \ . 8

dense ibeo over th pdfoinins Ailes OUR REPRESENTATIVES FROM Mayor's Plate at a mile, ow the first | fancied the chances of the deughur Ineliceie . 2 8 all Crone .

tries if it were ut hte have aiaed DEMERARA. dey, beating Vidus, and inthe Haster | of Ethelbert. who wae reputed Sweeper IE. q

a fa fo ene °¥ The cycling sepreswutatives of this Haadtcap, at a similar distance, on

with the foge, colony, 10 the teceut Demerara Meet- | the second day, beating Bilbeck, with



. 4 Derby, promoted yearly by the St

dou bend tor cosre thes genuloe Len Apdeew’a ltace Clubs tirenada will be | three to hia credit, a very tae shawing

t In loss and interruption of busines. | found advertised ia any other partof | indeed: he won bis welght-for-sge
tn 1005 there were forty-four tine ourcolumns. Thisisa very excellent j races including the Lushington Chal
secorded, Sinca that year there has | Seep indeed for so sinall a pricoma | lenge Cupand inthe handicaps was

which thirty-three are two year olds,
wired -varlously by Hamburg, Adan,
Belb!, Voter, Burzomaster, Sen Brush,
Disgolee, Peter Pan, Reaomatick and
Watercress

Yollowing aie the grey horees a
etud in the United Kingdom. -

Grey Leg, by Pepperand Salt. Fee,
47 ge standing at ileath Atud,
Newmarker.

Senseless, by Grey Leg Fee, 19 pe
Vull for 10 2 Standing at Cheveley
Stud, Newmarket.

Lemerajre, by Grey Leg. Fee, 9 ge.
jtanding at Adstock Stud, Winslow,

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THE IRISH oF IT.

' “idalgo," the noted Turf Cocres-
pondent of “The Thoroughb ed He-
cord” in some recent notes says :—
hh Thave always been an admirer of
Irish journativim, although it may be Grey Jersey, by Grey Leg. Standing
largely aacribable to my Stilesian ane at Larkfleld Maidstone,

ceslry, Here wae what I read ju a Nabot, by Le Nancy. Fee, 10 gs.
Rie, while § was over in the country | Standing at Moulton Paddocke, New-

Â¥

Senn
memes ects.

uch Improved imare since her fast Ledy Americas.§ i| Charmin” ”

in the i t H ene phe. % em te ys shew th tthe intern fal ion wie tacos
> “gt » Keith | 1910s in the Demersiian’s favour. Me | break, and raced eplendidly together at the winners of all the classic 1aces
kr * Mr. Thomas Duffy, of Tins: | inarket. MAD LOTS OF “SAND.” ieee aillo Tory disepy & the we kd hard | wae beaten on the fret day by Maid | for ax fuclenge, RPuroiog: Inte the | are named ia tbe above list, but we
hoe, started out lant Sunday woroing Roi Uerode, by Le Samaritaio. A French imitator of the renowned [fuck which kept bios on the growad | for the Goes Cup 6 &. which vie: | ctralght, both riders used thele whips | aust be cautious, because Orby aod
te bis gig expecting to drive to Burras- | Fee, 10 gs. Full Tor 1012 Standiog | Capt, Koepenick has just brought off | with anlojured foot and Holman cov- | wry givesto the â„¢ Nportin Medicu freely, and at the end of a gruelling | Hignorinetta were not, in their respec-
bool Abbey, whers be had been pro: | at Straffan Stud, Co, Kildare, * surprising coup at the Maison Laf- fj cred with the glory of bie victories the handsome trophy, © Hs belng | effort, Tod Slose fanded Digolty a tive yoare so much as mentioned in
tabed splendid dinner of roast f Athalon, by Le Samwaritain. Stand-} qite, a cub frequented by financial Ee the Demerara Champions Sal- | Mald's second win in succession. On | neck to the good. Bullen rode Ethel | the Free Handicap. Then,agaln, there

PR

4 potatoes at the house of Mr. Kellz | iog at Elseaham Hall, Stansted, Essex, nates and vuthersahd he ecene of | yadcr and Davie, A couespondent | the second day, Ne. Kernaban’s volt | A Doand they carried equal weights | is this year a greater posnbility than ’
oe gan. Much to his regret, bis He eckson, by French For, Fee, 9 ga. much gamblog, Last year the police | writes us froin the * ms: aitant pro | again wert to d feat In the Hel alr (110 tbe), anual thee some horues, thet id not
beoke down and his horse ran away | Standing ab Owles Mall, Enfield, | caided the club but as the members | vjaco” saying that the defeats of the | Handicap, aleo at 6 fur aoeeibe Ele —~—— . run at a fo rat posel i] make stir
before be had accomplished half his | \Siddlesex. bed by some means received warning fhome cycliely can bs ecplaiue! fivu | falted toconcede Forrester 21 Ibe, ple With Ella K, gone bome, Cinderella | oa the Turf, Bt possibility Je dus to
fourney. He was, however, kindly | Friary, by Grey Friars, Mee, Ds. | of thearproach of Une police they mei the fact that bey were neither of tbens eppeare to have shaped up pouch le fast walked over for the Ureole Nandi | the fact that fors0 mny months of
eared for dd at notbleg more serious ny wa bWwrace. Daw, be aye, 1 ., %

Cee eintecs” enies ee bridge, The ey orerehe saute old “aus atice lie [ ground. , be Untred Pony Stakes, gavea [Sir Abe Bailey's Khodeisn ie one
other day, while the gaming table (4 pinided fall, at bie lust app mance Actress caught the judge's eye ou win toa tou of the old Trinjdad Sire ( snimal to be kept fo tolnd, A browa
were crowded, an elegantly-dreased | here, and Selvador was inlverably out | ove occasion iu the Merchants Cupat | Motdecel, named bhawrock [I,whofcolt by St Fiusquin—Glare, and;

by Mr. Bartholomew Scanlan, | Standing at Russley Park, Baydoo, 1911. the greuad wasexceptionally hard,

wn cet to bia house aod gare wits t by G Le Fee, 3 ge
Sesame dinner that he oble! rey . .
Would have eaten et Mr, Costigan’s Standwg al’Joho's rhige, Kilkenoy,

oO alli

- + pa mile on the second day, Vidus waa | wes not only the best runner, but the | therefore, an own brother to Flair an
¥ Here ine speatien of # personal fn ‘relend, — rae accor pT The yond ot of tore < for a borleg dition ee asked to give her Ji lbs, atid the ware | burt Jooker of the lot. Hela owned by | Leable, be had several engagements
We Muckross Advertiser: «Will the ACICENO-SCEPTRE FOAL. dressing the playere, sald; “Lam the | as it msy Holuan hae won ond did | pointed the way howe for the gid sont De. Bitchell, snd carried 121 Ibe as to sala faa year, but be never jieft
geotleman fcom Duoehaghalio (who ~ lise commtuary, ood in thename of | good work fur Unie ouluny. Our} of Veepo Day, Oa the firvt day Ac { agains Od lbs, thenext bighest weight, | bis tratoiog quarters, Novertheless

Sceptre bas produced a five bay All
foal iy Cice Foodall is well with bot
oftbew. Thia is very satisfactory,
foc there were not a few wise meo

treas bad tu lower her ostours to — great expectations wera = form:

Vidus, inthe Turf Clyb Stakes golng | The Hopeful Handicap found Har-]concerning him, There are also

Ouse pile pnd 3 hall, On the whole mine (125) Beatap 13 Doricles (7) peveral ather | sell -bred yitlmals in

ry * procee doors, ora nd on ber best | tue local Juvadere made & very g: and Sweet Merie as competitors, 1 6 group «0 ae

who expressed doubts asto whether “police! pre ceeded Vo lock te eee eit pera wend on oe ‘Abe | showing Indeed and we await furthee | first named had no dificulty sn eco. | have ald. we jpiust Bot toa, treely

the famous mace was in foal when | voit ed up. all the money on the | jaurels, aud focal luvers of the sport | detaily anziously inw another win, while leaving the fascutne that all tha *cards” areou

Mesere, Tattersall bought ber for 7 0 0 Wolee tothe smounot of ebout £1,000. | will have the oppurtunity of seewmg Keprowh won thie races, among | former rivals Scamp and Doricles to] the thle, aod wake our calculations

guloess last July. he event hee Then, taking the names and addeeeses | for themselvey Holuun’s true value, | then the Governor's Uup beat ng her fight It out for second place. Marte | acc adiogly. .

proved that she waea rare bargain at | Cri ent in the gravest aod most | A, we understand that Mikey Cipul [old rival ¢ lint a. bn the Crvole | feing early berthed se analec ren, At LIKELY CANDIDATES.

she Betton ont only cee, | eeproreweficlal oer, tmannounc: Vai wang take pat ll nice mah | Uapdleay ness dy (loch OY] ti | teen ita bean apd nlusky Sauls | or ube known quasl athe fllom,
aces dings would fo due, championship aspiiations will have . ing are engaged in the Two Thousand,

at sbe fe aregutar | ed that proceeding: champ ue was in recelptof 33 lbs, thedaugh- | best the Dewey colt. .
te le evident that she be taken axalost all who had leo Tee ehicuaneia. oN b y col Derby, and 8°, Leger :—

fhe jaw I forbid any one to leave the | Empire Day Neetiag ought to prove
building.” all the wore interesting aq a result,
There was much consternation. The | Wy have no doubt that as true sports-

bitod drunk at the time) and who
neared the cowardly assault on Mr.
el Mulgreary at Pore Dialer on
aredsy fast, be kind enough to send
ag tees to the editor of this

by E tell you, what those Iriehmen

don’t know about publichiog news
Perera is not worth nowing.”

Feareates WILL NOT FIGUT.



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most excelleal chauce of puttiug

sotreports lifled tao produce eix or | course
ia iis Sree seat B pur Geen Ailiess eatreatiew of 8. few Mecent, to be al. vheir anibittvos ve she teat, the Spring Handiiap (6 F.) Ke] The last race of the day promised to Aboard Earning Adaia i mere
Bin uel fy Rerecept | end as they are al baye i fillies: | fowed, to leave the “comunlesary” only | yy re erriL AT OUR MAY MEETING, | Petech defeated Mazepps, with the | be the tost interesting, amuniber of | Uviced Coriander, Charmiea

@ recelpt and ae they ret ee tt sroute enormous bandicap of 32 tbe, on the
almost seem tha!

dominant for color, though it is too

without foundation by t
olatele Tam recently by Bob Vernon
from Seifries, When the reports were

reulated two weeka ago Vernon tele

1§d, °E must do my duty.” He
een withd-ew. As po further notice
uf proceedings was given to avy of

turfités beleving (het the thorough. Mall Cross Cyigad Coriander
Dalkeith mare These brillant per | pred contestants Dignity, Ethel A bo, | dacger ‘armaD oaet
fur wanes ought W have brea enough | and Kove Dashley, would put ups | Javelia Mall Crove Mali Cross
for the gieal Barbadlen creole, but | specially fue tussle over a mile, The } Jinglis Jevgar dacgar

After her cawpalgo in Demerata,
Heprosch will retucn to thie oulony
an

early to pronounce with an certaluty b bo were “caught” gambling, it : leo
aphed J the case isa | those w . Coutrariwive will come on a! fortunately, with but a rae he | betting was yet in 6 ft the local | Geordie
Sesion Coos rec | a area ee team | fm Mgnt ey, | ecru btn batt ota ae eueaaeti| fa ee det
om, s ja * g acce; he ua t
phatically desied by the former | versimmon, sited numbere of chest | 18 on nissary of police aud fmplore tounlig meeting. Wil uvghton on Handivan. woe tase racit alee ibs found wee Dignity OS abel A Du | Sweeper 1. Kempton lo

hile ber daa, Ornament, was
by Hen: Ur, acd Collar, which is by
the purd dowinaot St. Simon out of

mpion, who is arranging for # tong
bunting acd fishing trip’ vo Alasks
Hes's telegram to Veinon follows

White Star Low Lomond
fomoud beeper IT
Me. Meepes| White Star

toletthe wilterdrop. What was
thelr “ationisbeen on being oshered
into his presence, ty find thet the real

the ebelf, Ubls will bethe estent of

Udrih’ representation ‘for the aud Reproech at 147 ths, and the jour

18) Howe Dasbl 13) 0 keys
nvy wasover a wile, it wae a bad (1asy How tas 4 aan hie foc oly

being respectively Tod Sloan, Dogue

4 hy bat by the tne Be 0 aud Re f
ived letter and telegram. Nothing | Ornament, sires almost asmany chest rolesary andthe “oflicial” who had | 8900. Tria buped r ted Deer | tvistake on Bonger’e part Bullen At che «tert Uignity was flest Meatrose 11
Going in the fighting cawe, and if there | pute ae bays aud browns. In some sielted ihe club wereentirely different Xinet ci gall be fete take ‘tive proach paid tbe penaly, suffering ber | otf followed by Hous and Ethel in tbe Sweeper tL.

we you would be the tirst to know it. vt defeat In sixteen races, Lt will] rear, Towards theend of the alx fur-
you were bere to joln me Ia fishing
ead bundog pasty to Alaska.
——e

FTGILIOT VUJINSON Is AUC OED

3 a pF bMUGGLING.

«dace Jobnson will be prosecuted bi
the United States Government tor
paugaling Onlese £0,600 js pald asa
Penaty foe secretly bringing a dia
mond necklace into the United States

quarters there isa teadency to under

White Sur, .
cate Sceptre's stock, but the first three

a:sons! Jn fect, tbe real commissary «unae. all teas lovers of .
Bald vbr wn be remembered that at the provions | tangs, the weight eeemed to tell on
‘are sil winners, and the fourth, Queen new nothing of the matter: butt abet the eport will be glad of ule as be urreting in Deinerara, after Heproach Wee eho toca’ thie Relat’ bepento{ Ib will be noticed that Louond fe
Narbine, hes yet to etart. Maid of | searching C eee per aartag hoax. | presence Of the pride of Buvsbiry | Loh) Gotinton with 43 Ith difference, | lose ground, and. wae soon after {uot entered for the Two Thousand
ot tn was andouttedly the beat | "9 a rvanacriph 5 "Laiwaye moines iauense enthusiasm | hen the handiceppege increased bee | ou of it. The two otbere, made a] Guineas--an omlesion for which Mr,
taoyear-ol i tilly of her year, and — Boston rtp and pupularlty for our races, penally fon her iw % sce, Me Field splendid rece of it all the wey Helton {a binwelt respons ible, because
% ¥ tee gs a ~~ slv sent her home. ja te tl tretch. w ibe @ boree a’ caster is
Coronation, Sorptres ialialy. AN INDIAN CHAUFFEUR GOAT BREEDING Inoctvertainiy what shoukl bava been | yurde trom ihe judge's bor, It was |Eepterber and the antrles did not
has done gr — An Artec Iedlen will drivea csr in There seme wo bw aviir on lately | duse agen ia this instance, instecd of | anybody's prive: in the foal staides | close until November 1 following, The
soV ALS HALF MILE RECORD the Vanderbilt Cup rece. dlan J among bur stock ralvere to take up | having ou fige a piece of horeetlesh as | Digalty stuck best, and won a qgallaot | son of Desmond was, eh course, sold
ia bee pard, tha middle ditarce pai hte ls the Oret vavtite ratlog ian | oat, Dreedis und with thie ond is Reprosyh. rau hiud the tind gt | rece anid greet apnieces Kthel on with bis cogenemeote in the baby
from Kuro; ‘i led hie M. A L, champion ‘ad Indian baseball players and | view severe! have “ der ta be able to keep lu ber com same position, so that buwever good
doy, The “Treasure? Deneitncant nig soord. for the balf-milte a the feibail playere by the bus red, aud wie fren eer peoftetie toval te oy, "Hesldes this.“ Ie ta” win, she my be-and Gere isan impres-
ebarges that tbe pugitist eamusgled » Military Athletic League Uhstapion- Indian runbere by the score, Indise eae rticularty la soow of uur Peieiean glen got the Colony Stakes, sion abroad that she ie vary yyod
diamond necklace valued at $0U0 lato | sbipe at tbe Twenty eecond Hegimen’ | grbrersbave tarde good in the ring, | Induetey ecm, only could eu | beatin Meseppe. Iu our nest lave Indeed—she cannot follow ta Lhe fout-
tbie country when be returned from | Ariuory on April Ob, when be covers | “ly ogians have slwaye excelled at | Coeeiene price tw got foe the rollk bub | we shall have the” Notes vo the Mw: | walk over for Cindevelis, Shewrock uepe of Fosntre and wi both the
the distance to J miner (the Fuur- | all games that quired bodily agility ready sale of stack ats goud tlersra Heces’ by vai Special Corree | 1t puouldered 101be in the Untried | Guloeas, ee be idle Patk Plate
“Shep can io the solors of the Fwras | and ood nerve. but have never taken | CAT giwaye bw Leen Ore creat volume of cheers | (4 things jemchanteal pate overs other 1 wate oe Ts been Anowa (17) aa Lager in making thie duerttutnation
roi the big crowd whieh filled the toad one et @ eteam roller flrtiog ba ee ei artialwaye twady to poy 4 NOTES ON THE GRENADA , Nr Joel probably displayed sound

turing tothe paddock wae slight!
fame, che is sold, to have wrenche
bes pastoin during the rece.

The Ielead Handicap meant another

the coronation of King George.
dubnson appeared at the Federal
Building | and called at the United
Staten latriet-Atiorneys office it
ceally Lo fix the matter up titbout



Proweution, i 7. bed. bat’ Advent was taken of theovoa | judguent, Lbeveuse Absunt takes after
with davtant L sana bistee ene ar eaees fart half milers etarted ia the with © wr eo iyinel se, e curtusity in good it TEing’ uf obese, “i: beogio RACES. viga ‘to prevent an address aud a verv lhe speed Sunéridge in many re
Uorney Laurence Jacote, who isin] wveat O Le Gow by. represent: g tbeworld of epori pelac hat i & tc alock ~~ Tae wpecte, audit will be very surprising
FiutEe of the cuss.’ The pugilist was | she Twenty Lid Hegimen, took {be | WS A nee all of tbe Tudi u's | There te no dou es | city Gus Npectal Correspondent ) | ela eset to provens than it le to} if bels oudowed with stausloe wl
rio at the only way the matter | lead at the start as Ihe ten't iow ty a btalwed from Barbados, both of the Lhe bavtes Mondsy Mewting at Coles | Cure. . clea' tb the bunt
fact oreo ie by ‘tbe prowpt pay 4 stretch, bepperd wee to over ised Tech le eo eaperiepeed drives whe fndien aud Togaenbure ataalins either P, je provided a vary interesting day» {pmpautou of eo ie a sad company over a mile sed a ball or

ce dee nee cn AN nn wie An tne sca nsnttiteaaiit tml tat aoe went

fof 6.000 we & penalty. on bis heels, * i ad bea! * f which ought to give vptendid re- atl, and some very close Hnishes
mei beoklace contained sixty dia \ the Tweaty {birds ne reteb. es pees. ae bee tn splioel the tat Suite for ally é We bee wenseine the | weve inendence, ‘Theattendance wax Toe Nh Biches atts Cotwumpeie
| welte It was wore by Jobasoo’s | turning tato be went like «| tbat be ieraly nineteen yeareold A buulcheis among the half bred foom | wormmwhat sonailer than that of lust | bunt wile Bickle’s Anti Comsunpuive
ment ca! ed ot the tonne Depart: see Saou bad «commend: | moth ag? be won mh Bs miler teach Photh brords, Herbadee tae fora long Uvenr, perticuberty among the tabaor- i Tout inflaieation teen setting’ ta
BAL Bouth Wabash avenue a mala ing les? yece ab Ualveaton, Tezas, covering ibs ius dre Pn 1 lect vat Yenbete tittle and teas oe ty
Ee, th tance ia 180 minutes, wil! lige aod (bere ie DO teaeun why. gived bere alo eviderue Bie sale batict
' filed toe jewelry sg0o and coulis ae pp aed resent ande He Mee « ir Avo niiles. At tos tatecmeuicnal wae same attention sad ietetl\qont gord creole Darling, 1c Domerere, ond + it ie purprising im its results.

|

teu it is diMicule to deal with ‘Treat the ben bores im the het of cna-
Aidates for the Guivass all but Absurd

then snanged in the Derby aud ne i

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aie) Mire Treverx Race- Open to
thesa who have never wona prize at
auy recognised Uycle Meeting. En
trance fey two ahililngs and six pence
Prises to the vaiue oF 8s. 1 andl 8
Time Limit Haina.

2 10u YaRps Fiat Kace—Open Entrance
fee Se. Pilaceto the valu of @ B4

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3% Harr Nuns Bors Bicre gs Nat
Opeu te buys umder 17 yours of agi on
dey of the Sports. Entrauce Fee 3,
No Kacing Cycten allowed. Miie > of

the talue of 3, Sinnd 82

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Od. The Utrie tan us

rises of the vaiue of B10, Fo ait Bh

Lose Jcar-Open butrauce bee is

QW, Mises of the vaiue of $5 and 83

6. Ehaty Mine Bicrees Rack Upen in
travee Fee ae. Gl. dime Lient Lymine
ares of the value of #iu B) and

7. uy Yanna Fuat RAcs—-Open, En
trance feels. Gi. lrizes of the vaiue

$6, ¥iund 34.

Os MILE Lore’ Bicycte Race—1Con
ditiona us Nu.3) Katrance Fee is. Gd
brises of the value of €4, 81 and @2.

% Tos Boxaxea Five Ming MicycLE
dtack—Open. — katiauce Mee Ye. Od.
Aime Liat 16 roms. = Coupetitors
wus have actually raced in at least
oue of the prevediog Cycle events to
be oligibie for thig race. let Prizes
A Chaseuge Dilver Cup presented by
Meers, Suith Bros. a Us. (ie be wou
twise lu sucocesvva or (hive ilines
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DAY OF APRIL, 1912 SALY FOK TUESDAY THE ith DAY tp on For Mam 4s BAST Tubaga, HBULDERS— $1,612,670 51.

given 4 ie Po BLIC NOTICE 14, bersby ge wen that ' We guarantee 1% to hea, Fommary Inrwdiction ~Port-of Spale, The deduction from reserves aliowable under the new I




















popuc NOTICE ie hereby
that Jo exercise of the l/ower of
Sale contained fo a certain deed dated
theiysth day of December 19, and
regietered ae No, SuTi of 10.8 and made
betweea Jusg Cam




















pUsitc NOMCE is bereby given
that iu exercise of tha Power of
Sale conferred on Mortgagees by the
Conyeyancing and Law of Property
Ordinance 1831, contsiced ina certain

ferred on Mottgagees by the Coaveyan.
clog and Law of Property Ordinance 1884,
cootained fous certain Dot of Stetatory
Mortzage dited the 29tb, April 1900 res
gis ered ae No 2779 01199 from Du'sr





alter all elssfaile ,

It Removes Proud Flesh
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No. 691 of 1911,














not taken into account in determing this eurplus,
he HMeud wtffice A
athe onener ot King aad Yoage Stress Coronto, was sold
8040.0), yielding s hsadims profi, Toa present office
or two yea:



Between
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soot tive second ; ‘ UB IC NUTICE wnat at WW.'E, YOUNG,—Geoeral Agsot and Supertatenorlf
art, Josepbin of the second | Memorandum of Mortgage No. 138 | toJobo Ld Chow there will pat op for Tt Ciears OQ) . ‘ ¥ etven that eB —Geoeral Ageot an p “y
pote bed "Goodwilie & Witsoe Ltd, af | dated 7th June 200 frou Habert Arnin | Kale by. the undersigned st bie Auction And Heals Thea 4 Sores, our M dene rte Oyderet ti a Hay. BRAN. aod Spanish Atuerica, 1s
4 there will Le putup forsale | Francis to Dorothy Liddelow. there {| Mat Nu. 9a Harrie Promeoade in the ! i Tth dey sf Mer b tly — ng ate she Neu OFFICE: 6% Nailne Square, Port-of- in am
by Pooks Asotion by the undersigned | 6!!! be put up for Bale by the under. | Town of Hin Fernando on Tuesday the | a4 phariecsbere al i émidots the abay March 23,—1m Ts :
st the Auction Net. No, 1 St. signed at hisAuction Mart No Ita | 2Â¥th day of May 1912 betwee: the hours It Seats ali Seah woonds acd sores on tbe 4 oot ih eebew for sale hefgre
Vincent Street, on Wednesday the | Harris Promeuade in the Town of | of One and Two p.m. baman system or Doms tie Auimals, 8 Sa ve Tho ue oa §taee Porte rte | nmmmvmmeenmenemenmmmepnenes
Dive day of April 1012. between the | 980 Fernando on Tuesday the 7th day All that pareel of land comprisiog Four 1st betwee tne Ke eo 2d vay of Mey 7 ed
bourse of Lao! 2 pun of May 1912 between the how sof one | ecres throe rude and twenty 2 co perches _X8 Gwures Tre AL and nie, ' ours ‘td sot 24m, & SOULDLETTE OHOCOLATL SOUBLETTS:
AN aad Singalar tbat certaia parcel J 0d two p.m. situate In the Ward of Savens Graode Gara Gason scree) at loreal tba Cran teea or n
of laud situate in the said ‘Town of All that py! oft land situate in | South jo the idend of Trinidad and abat- ' . Guanepain the 1 fa tre Ward of <
Port of Spsio formeity known as No | the Ward of Savana Grande South | tog on the North by lsode of Withian | OF ARANTEEL TO GIVER S4gte 7, aheio, 7 A a Tioided een 3 :
8, Plooadilly Street, afterwards aa | (2 tbe Island of Tiinidsd comprising | Swith onthe South by Crown Lands on TON OB SOsT YOU NOULING Hon sine caus xf PEYEN Faaciae © FINEST COCOA,
No. 8, Vietorla Street, aod now aso, | Hse acres three roods and thuty four | the East by laude of Patle aud on the Sole Agentas Foea lensed on yore ed Evet ups 5
Reduey btreet, and abutting on the P Perches delineated in the diagram | West by leads of Karta. 3 3 lode et oF is Buh end Wear rood a
Norihon fot No. 7, Radney Street, on | hBexed, to tbe Crown Grantin Vol PP, MICKERING, SMITH BROS, & CO orn tel th 136 ve “f ~ .
the Suuth a7 lot No. $ Roduey btree, PAULL. Fo. 205 and bounded on _ the Avotioocer, _e oe. etod (bia a Merch 1912, a - Re.
on the East on Roduey Steet and oo | North by lands of Evelina Baptiste | —————___.___.. —_—— 7% LOVE..ACE,
tue Weeton land of Jno Rodrigues | £24 by Jauds of Augustus aul on the Depa v Re istrer, E of
kounn ae No. JH Besson dtreet, to- | South by lands gf James Kewley on OIL WELL â„¢" 4 di
anther wink the appurtenances, | Weet by lane of Hvillen’ Denice 0 NATIONAL a prrest cuocesl
ORLIC Nurice is aleo bere sen c ste an DRILLING MACHIN ERY .
aut jus tail of Vand’ beraiatier | Plants atone for, Natale, TesOnT Assurance .ompany| 3
eet will also so the 4 a= PRE . . x ‘ 0
undetslg ed on the date and hour MuE oudertigued 4 o} Just received per FRESH ASSORTMENT OF IRELAND, BIOUDLETTE © (OCOLALH — SOT BLETIEZ ©

abore-meationed at their said Auction
Mart, vie All and binyn'ar that oe
tain pa oel of land now known as No.

ne, * Crown of Cordova,’ the follow-
jog OF Weil Dailliog Machinery, vis .—
Oneex ra beavy Steed De rick, with Ball

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PP. PICKBRING,
Auctioneer,

































Horged ia the Yorkshire Fire and











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$8, Hoduey Street inthe said ‘f f ; opany.
Rurcel Spain and’ abutting ‘oni —- dur Wrote, Swtthons bree net | HUNUey and! Palmer’s| mstszitened cola. | | COMPOUND CELERY NER¥
Sorth up Jot No 5, Hadnes Birest, ou Elevators, Ball Dealag Swivele, Wire SUBSCRIBED OAPITAL £ Gu uw ;
ou tbe Heat, an Heodvsy Street anion [SALI FOR 1UKSDA\ ri amu | ety ote, Sutra nee Cat AC forer) TER FUNDS 1,500,000 NIE vest - General Detit Lack ol
Cn * : , nin | geltigpole with 18” sbeaves, a — , st remedy for General Debility 1 atigue, ;
the Sr ate No, Resow Bir, Avie i ire avian tai, wen tuint|CAKES & BISGUITS,| xen Sizioe. cia all af 4
Dated thie Web dey of Mareb, iviz. pubic NOTICE js bereby given that | Sbeaves ced whvekle) Pleblug poole, Wire — Lee . . Frise 11.00 4
talon in twa covered Mesoctuaeo sists: | Har’ Tosthee” perueulore and St. Helene Square, York. England ALTARS PHARMACY Belmont, gud Yin | » site TRADES
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+ BPORTING NEWS:
Continued rom Page &
Chess.
—

Tot to iad mut bd he, of war.”
‘utor thee In stratageu: Ar,
Shakespeare, I Menry Vi. TY.. &

The game of “ Chésa " is far too well
known and Bractivod in this colony,
for us to make any attempt at an in-
troduction, We will therc fore Instead,
give an few words of pdriceon it, to
those who have not, as yet, advanced
oo farin ite beautiful mysteries, as to
find thens unvecessary.

Before the chess student can pro-
perly appreciate the beautiful and
subtle combinations which can be
produced upon the chessboard, with
simple or combined forces of the Famer
ft le impetative that he should tho-
roughly understand the iinportant in-
fluence which the gain or Joss of a move
bas upon the results of his efforts asa
chess tactician.

To gain a move is to gin Utne, aod
time, especially iu attacking combina-
tions, is of primary Iinportance. Many
games have been won, by the alight
advantage of & more gained in the
opening ; therefore in the opening
i; ay. see that each Piece is brought

nto play in such a manner, that while
it does ike duty, it does not retard the
development of other units, In bring
ing the inior Pieces into action, exr
rience showathatitds uanally best to
evelop the Knights befure the Bish

2









i

* va ’

an attack when started, can generally
he sustained, and cartied through suc
cessfully, friespective of counter-attack
from the opposition,

Thileis why many of the moet biil-
Mant gance end in the middie gante.’
Incase some of ouryounge chess-play
ees may notexactly understand what
asemean ty “sulddi game” we will
take (his opportanity of telling them
that a properly conducted game of
chess nay be divided inte thive parts
I. The 0: wean . 4 The Middle Game
3% The End Game, the point at which
one part develope into the other is of
enuree vatlable, and cannot be defi
nitely stated. The Middle Game
may be said to begin, when theoretical
analysis ends, or when the pieces are
allor nearly allavailable for action.

The Rud Gawe begins when the force
eueach wile tw oc far retuced, Lhat
Ubeoretical analysiae again becomes
poseible, :

We may also tell the student that
the « Openings “and the “ Endings *
area special study in thetnselves,

The conduct uf the “ Middle Game ”

~ ean be properly learned by experience,
and the study of great master’s play
Butto make yourself a really good
player you niet learn the manage-
meat of the whole game from begin-
ning to end, you must study the three
parte well, as a combination of alt
three fe essential to good lay.

We cannot advise you fiuideron
thie point, as the management of a
whole gate, from start to finish, can-
nut be brought under general rules
as cases Will Constantly arise, in which
quother-wit, and inother-wit alone,
will xerve your turn; but let ft be
inother-with strengthened aud devel-
oped bv exesclse and study.

To avsist you in your studies of great.
inastei’s play we will publish a game
urtwo atleast every sunday, which
petent authority on “the Kibg of “in-
door Games.”

@THe Wirt Kets,”

a

OE IS ES I AES AK EE ES I RT ONTO OE E ET ETE TS,

ee ape
’

The following game taken from the
Mareh iswue of the Diitish Chess Maga-
alue will te of interest to all chese-

plepers,

flier Alaxander Wagner, tn the
Kehweizerisehe tchachzeitung, lays
claim to thy discovery of a new open-
fng which he proposes shall be desig-
nated * The Swise Gambit He con-
aiders it the flest really vound Gam-
hit presented to the chess public. [t
remains ta be ecen whether the chese
public willaccept. Meanwhile here t#
asample of the vew Gambit played
by iwaiuventorin the seventh Enler-
national Swies Couespondence ‘Tour.

OT “Rae

; hauwent. The notes are by terr
Wagner. .
~ The Swies Gambit.
Wirt Besack.
. Aloxender Wagner. Victor Costin.
1 poh %, PxKDI
i hed oe
; Z. Rath i. PaQt
PoK@ is safer, where-upun
& PHAQG PHaQil
& Pel i, Heke
» oho euxh
b .OQx8n 1. KRtebu

Hack has 1h leties move,
Pte Sheet ten follows .

SP-KIBt PaKKa, «Kee B
Ke-TH 1 Kis

“he Q-Keoh & Kt-Q2
&aQx@Qi' ® Pais

Neither can Uw secod Dawn be
saved.







t ie : Q-ha
it, Re~ i, @--6
1a. Kt a Re-1
13 Q KS!

see much better than we oan curve vee
whether we have departed from oa;
normal stance

have been told tbat he iv standing
much more open or baw the ball much
further back {han usual, and more
olten than sot, having denied the
charge with indignation and aetunleh-
nivot, be will |
admit the truth of it.
oploskher wha cannot follow our
bigher flights of fency iu not alto-
gether without his usefulness.

thasw farepes ehdse, te sand "has
vole id favourol the one Chey prefer,
not later than Tuesday Mth ine We
will publish a game with the ere

jag selected onthe following Sunde



n-
df
$7 will aleo publish the full results
the voting, and, will give, each

succeediag Sunday a short article on
each opening in turn, according to
the voting. Weintend to wake this

column 4s interesting es possible, and
this system of selecting our game, and
Article, will, we are qure, meet your
approval.
© THe Waritr Kntouts.”

N.B-Address all your votes to the
“White Knights" “ Port-of-Spain
Gazette Office,





A SPORTING MARCHIONESS.

SHE RODE TO THE HOUNDS
WHEN SHE WAS 85 AND
BLIND

Tn a little book, " Matheld. Some
Memories of Its Past,” the Rev. Jocelyn
3, Antrobue mekes teference to
Amelha Lill wife of the frst Mar-
quis of Salisbury. Two amusements
above all others occupied Lady Salis
bury s leisure. bunting and cards.

It was she who ficst started the
Hettlordskire Forhounds, and it is
told of hee that. whea she became too
blind to see the fences in front of ber,
her botve was led by a groom at her
side, who at the critical mowent, when

death, at the age of 8f.

Cards were her Ladysbip’s great
bobby of an evening, and rhe caused
niuch ecandal by vending out invita-
tivus for Sunday card parties, The
late Me. Fordhaia of Melbourn Bury,
used losay Uthat he had seen cards
ankle deep in the long gallery of Hat-
fleld wh: bo the evening bad grown old,
and many packs had been thrown from
the card tables, .

it was also said that when the wea-
ther was propitiousthe Hattteld butler
would rise up from bis seat in the
church and aopounce in sonorous tones
to the congregation, “ Her Ladyship’s
band will play on the terrace tbie
alternven ”

ier Ladyship would alvo vary these
wusical entertainments by being
rowed up and down the road Water
io a state barge with twelve wen in
full livery pulling at the oars to the
satisfaction of the onlookers,

In ber leter days the Marchioness
had in the political world earned the
sobriquet’ of “Ol Sarum,’ a name
handed down to fostene in sn ibs
nurtallampoon, Lady Salisbury had
been giviog a larye political party at
Hatfield, andthe fan waxing fast and
furious, some of the party while danc-
ing bad carelessly knocked down their
hostess, A wit ofthe day, sald to have
teen Loid Lytton, seized on the inci-
dent, and the following equib was at
once composed

Conservatives at Hatfleld House

Have grown quite harum scarugi ;

Vor Radicala could do no mote

Than overturn Old Sarum.

The Marchioness is said to have been
the last of her generation to traverse











—Westiutaster Gazette,

COLFING WEAKNESSES,

VARIATIONS “Ol STANCE.

In au. interesting article in tbe
Timea’ on {* Variations of Stance”
the writer remaths —

“{t is one of the most depressing,
as itis one uf the most commonplace,
ofthe triths which tthe golfer comes
gradually to appiecctate that.to an
other eye but bis own wind s eye he
atyle alwayeappears exactly the same,
He will often fod, when he unagines
that he hasievolutionised bie methods
beyond all receguition, that 4 tartless
frtend witlin fact recognise biu from
the crest of a hilon the far bomson
and will make the disillusionment the
mor bitter by remarking, *I should
know your swing @ mile off,’

“Un the otber hand, it is only once
in a decade, and then when he fs bim-
velf unconscious of any change, thata
eympathetic observer willeay to biim,
*1 say, you've altered your style,
haven't yous’ Practically speaking,
the only difference that our friends
ever see In our play, save the obvious
one between inivang and hitting the
bal, is that on one day our swing fs
reasonably emouth and harmanious
and on another soatchy, hurried, and
withoutabythns,

“Yet. of they are obtasely bhod to
thove epoch inaking changes in the
actual ssing, of which we ourpelves
areso acutely oonsci tau, they can sed
certain things which are often hidden
from uy, When we are addressing
the ball ina state of comparative re-





the etreets of London ina sedan chair {


























YESTERDAY'S QRICKET, |

QUEENS PARK V, THISTLE,

* What promises to be an interesting
anid, Was commenced Yesterday ab
he St Clair Oval tween the
Queen's ark and the Thistle. ‘ The
latter haying won the toss, elected
to bat, the gpening. pate being
Marsden and QU. Fit, the attack
belng shared by André Ciprient
aod J, de Nobriga, 31 runs
were reached when Fifi with 15
to hia own credit fell a victiin ta
J. Kelehall, who had in the Interim
relieved de Nobriga. J. Gomez
followed on, but was short-lived,
bowled . by Cipriant before any
addition had been made to the
score, E. de Nobrigs filled the vacant
wicket, but Cipriant's succeeding ball
dismissed film with the score still
standing at JI, G. Taylor joined
Mareden but the latter soon after
fell to Ciptisni with only a trio
of runs to his credit. Hodge the
next comer after recording a solitary
single, went under to an appent
for Lhw. off Kelshall, the total
for thd fifth wicket being 3D. W.
Marsball was the nert batsman, and
alter individually registering 4 runs,
he was bowled by Aineaud at
Sydney Daly was next associated with
Taylor and the game took a decidedly
hopeful turn. The Incoming batsman,
started cautiously, bub did pot fall to
take advantage of opportunities, Prom
iH, the pair cartied the score to Ht
at which stage Taylor, who had been

op. Never statt an attack‘until the | they rose together, would shout, | putting up a eound yet rigorous de
develupment of the fightlug force ls |“ D—n you, my Lady, jump!" It is | fenee, “ played on” one from Arneaud
complete or well advanced, H this | even‘relatedof herthat she had been | the partnership yielding 65 of

rule is followed it will be found that | out buoting on the morning before her | which his wore was 45. &. Gittens

{cllowed and scou fost Daly who only
added three more tuna te hisscue. J.
Neyes partnered Git ensfand only
contsibuted seven With the ecore at
Wt de Fague joined Gittens and
in quick time © koocked up

before being * run cut.” Gitlens care
ured vut bis bat fur 15, the total
score bemg 178. A Ciprianl took 4
wickets at a cost of 52 1uns, L. Ar
neaud 4 for 4, and J. Ketshall 2 for ti
Close upon aix oclock, the Queen‘s
Parkentered on Uneve frst innings, The
Ciniam brothers -Andre and Mikey —
took up the earliest occupancy of the
wicket, ald lost ne thae ta showing
that they meant business, The score
rose rapidly, and of the 19 earned for
‘he lose of one wicket, at the diawing

of stumpe, Andiv' was responsible for |

28 He gave two chances, Marshajland
de Vague led the attaek, and ‘at 25.
Gomez and Daly came io tehef—the
elder Cipriani falhog a victim to the
fortiers trundliing, Wath the game
In ite prevent position, ib certainly
promives to be an interesting one.

SMAMROCK Y, STINGO,

This match was commenced yester-
day afternoon on the former's ground
Vathng thet the home team occupled
the wickets uotil 6.15, scoring 122
sunsfor 9 wickets, their Oaptain, N
Betancourt, being unavoldably absent.
Latour and A, Maingot were the firet
yas the latter being disposed of by

laigreaves at 13, Wallace helped
Latour lo take the acore to 645 when hs
fell a victim to 4 catch in, the eltpa
Hector aeheving Hargreaves, at gi)
diauwed Latour with hw
detivery, and, helped by the bumping
pith, captured S batsmen for Daiuns.
Apait from Latour, who showed good
form for his 47, none of the batsmen
whoped Sulth any contilenra Rtinge
commenced their fret. iunings at 42)
pe and at the drawing of stumps
had lost 3 wickets, all taken by
Whoter, for d2 rains ter
BHAMROCK INT INNINGS,
QO. A Latour ¢ and b Hector wT
A. Maingot b Hargreaves ww O
C, Wallace c Wusun b Hargreaves Hi
T, de Verteud o Spilnger h Uector 17
K_ Macfarlane oc Haynew b Meotor.., 3
AV. Gordon b Wiaon
V, Maingot « Modiste b Hector



1 Scott not out . ae TE
J de Vertewl ¢ Hector b Wilson. 10
Vr. Winter b Heetor - we 0
N, Vetancourt absebt ae O

Exttas G

Total "rm

HOWLING ANALY OB,

O, Me Ut, W,
Hargreaves 7 0 & 2
Lynch 5 | 8 U
bpiluger 2 2 0 0
tibyrbateh 2 0 € 06
Wilson . 2°96 2
Teutor 719 W 8

SHANKOCK 83ND XLV, TUNAPUNA |

bamrock scored 197 (P, Betansourt

ow and I’, Cumming Hand Tune
at the jhawing of flume, had for

wichote. miming and P,

Betancourt put on 07 runs for the firet
wicket.

, Boranio VO VIGLONIA,
The Botanie Gantens* batted Here

pose, before becowiny in the actual "
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Laahington Challenge, Cup —te-
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Turf Club Stakes {if shile) — Vides
Ast, Actress Zaid.

Governor's Oup (lt mile) —Reproac't
let, Uolinton 2ad,

Juvenile Creole Scramble (8 furlongs)
—Revenge lat, Ugty 2nd.
Gomes Challenge ‘ip. (6 furlougs)
Malt det, Atblete Sad, 1

Colony Stakes ({ mile) ~Colintou
Ist, Mazeppa 2ad,

Mayor's Viate (U inile).—Athlete let,
Vidus 2nd.

SECOND DAV

Maken Oreolo Handicap (6 farlongs}
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1 tbs. 2nd,

Merchants’ Cup (L wile) Actress,
13 tbs, Ist, Vidus, 1$0 lbs, *

Creole Mandleap (1 mule) ~Heproach.
345 lbw, Int, Colinton, 112 {be dad.

Juvefule Croole Handica
longs) - Herenge, Ms the.
100 Tos, Zud.

Bet Air Uandeap (6 furlongs) -
Forrester, 112 (bs, fet, Athlete 154 lbs,

4 far.
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Bani ivy Handecap (6 Curlonga), —He-
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Hisht Haudioap (t thnile) — Wwhlete,

135 Ibs, Ist, Bilbeck, 119 tos 2 ad.
Easter Creole Handicap (1 tae). -

Colinton, $3 Toa, Ist, Reprosch, $47
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Qieens Paik v Stlnza.
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| Queen’s Park v. Shauirock lst XL

Victoria ut. XU v, Thistle Ist g XT.
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JULY 27, AvaUBT 10 & 17,
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SECOND - CLASS CRICKET UUP
COMPETITION, 1912,

APRIL, 27,
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Broavy QRC. .
Middlesex v. Gort. Fisntisg OMloe,
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8 ¥ may Ve
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Peon 1s ve Fe nd XM ag Oftice.
Middlewes v. ‘Talnity.
Toistle 23d Xtv QC,
' Hhimrock 2nd XEv. St Mary's Ool-
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MAY 18,
. Constabulary v' Vievorta dnd AF,
Eton v. Tuuspana,
Tilniy v. Govt. Puiatyg Ufiee,
Middl-sex v. Thlutle gad X1
QR. v. St Mary's College,
sunk, &
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K on v, Trinity,
Thistle 2ad, XU vi Govt, Crinting.
Middlesex v. St, Mary's College.
QO v, Shanivock god Xf,

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Lton v. ‘Lhletle 2nd Xt
bt, Mary @ Uollege v, Govt, Printtug
dliddleses v, Khanirock 2nd XI,
Tuvapuoa ¢, Victetla Zud XI,

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Shamrock 21d XU v, Govt. trinting,
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of Port-of Spalu

Use," costsisiag one acre and
thirty seven prrhed or — thereabouta
(4s @elinesiel in the plen anuezed

to a cottaln deed registered se Ny, 11S
180) and abattlog on the 'Nonh ot mot
{eely used os Private Burial Grousd
sod ou lends late'y of the beiraof Bliss
Waite oom or lated:
on the South on the Belmont ire
Koad cn the Hest one Koad vow sale
7 Mie Carthy shtse yon, the West co lard
atwerly ol! a Wale 5b fatel

E. A. Iolicon with the apperteocs ton

-. THR PORT-OFSPAIN GAZ SUNDAY APRIL 2t_ 1912

zo
Sammary Jariadtettva ~ Port-of Spalo.
No, 979 of 1006

Between
Lac bhese= Plalatiit
, &0
Bel} Bebarry—Defendant

pusuic NOTICE to hereby
ty order of Ite MMonour
Justice made herein on the 8th dey of
February 1012, there w'li be pnt u for
anle bof -re the doors ef she Quart Looe,
Porsef 8 «in, od Tatreday the 23th dey
of April [012 between the house of uoe aud
bwop.m

The right ttle and Interest of she de:
fondans io one third of and fo A aul
Bingeler thes eastala pkoa or prrcel of
djand eiteste at fa Bree Guapo werd in
the Inland of Tulatdid comprising sit
asses bree roods aud eiybt perodes snd
abiiting on the North upon laude of
Isabella Dyer oa the Sou b open lends of
Dipctoa on the Hset upoa lands of
Jankey andon the Weed apos Public

Koad,
Dated thy 6b day of March 10:12
. w H LOVELA E
Deputy Kegetrar,

THINIDAY. .
SALE FUR TUESDAY THE list JAY
OF SAY 1912

puBiic NOTICE is hereby given that
fa exetens cf the Power of See coo-
ferred va M utgageos by the Conveyarcing
and Lyw of Prop ry Uidizance 1881, coa-
taioel io a oersia Memorsndam of

' Moregege No 310 dated the 3d day of

iven thet
ihe Chief

{ Heptermber 199 from Issac Loedoa
ts Bhawsat) Persad and lhalis,
there wil te pat up for sale
by (he underigaed at bis Anctiou

art No. BY Hierrit Promenade ta the
Town of Sao Ferrande on Tues tay tho
2tet day of Moy 1912 between tha hours

| of Loud 2 pw .

Ali thoes two perce'sof facd eltuste so
the Ward cf Moneterrat in the Isiand of
‘Teholdad— =

The first thereof comprising eigbleen
acres aoe rood anl tweaty-ever perebes

{ deliveatal fa ths Disgrau snnered ta tho
1 Grown Grant tn Volame XXVI Folto
| 39 aod bounded on the Nurth by sande
of Swkee aud by laods of Suskallis ou the
South by Crows lends by lands petiwoved
| for by Ssmoousaree aud by lauds
patitionel’ for ty HRedgecsousr ou the
vet by lends of Motaa and by inods
etitioned for by Hedgeowoar on the
Veet by lands p ti fsoed fur dy Dackioa
aud intersected oy the Tabsquite Riser.

Aad the secund there :f comprisiog
filteen actes two foods sal thirteen
perebes dehoested in the Diagram

annered to the Crawa Grant fn Voinme-

XXVIE Folio 115 aod bounded on the
North by Orowa fend and by lends of
Sookee oa the South aod Wes by Crows
land andon the Hast by laude petitioned
foe by Parboo,
Dated this 16th day of Maron 1012,
», PICKERING,

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TRINIDAD,
lo the Sapreme Gonrt of Trinilad aod

+ Towge,
Saxmary Juristiouw, P srt-of-Spata,
No, 675 of 1018.

Between
Mababir—Vialatld

weod
Bagwansing and Geo, R, Alston & Ou
Defondsnte,

UBLIC NOTIVE te bereby given
pat boas by au order ot He Hoagar, Mr,
thire Ra Say: eroiu i
ae) tt ‘March 1912, Shere wi te ot ue
Leforé the duos oft he Coart House, Pur.-
of-3pain, on Tharedsy the 1¢b day of
May 1912, Letween towboars vt one aud

two pen

Aliand Sjogaler that vertein plece of
land sitaate in whe Ward of Cuuve in the
Island of Trindat, comprising teenty
three thensand one buoded sod 1 inety
six (23196) eups firisl fe-t wore or ieee
Jeltuesied and with the aba tala snv
boundaries thereof shown inthe pisn of
diagram atbacbed to the Crowa Grail one
ted ia Real Property Reglter Book at
Volume CUVUIL, toltu 243, and bounded
en the Norts by lands of Kieiaworch
Sons & Oo,, on the South by ibe Maia
Siuthera Hoad on the Eve by isods of
ibg Helee of Agass Jacob and ov the
West bya Reserve aloog a drain thirteen
Hake wide

Dated thie 26th day of Mereb, 1912,

L. MW. LOVELACE,
Depaty Merabal,
SALE FOR TUESDAY, INE oni
DAY OF APRIL, 1912,

UBLIC NOTICE Ia bereby given that
ia exerclea of the power Uf asle cen.
bstned ia deed of mortgage deted the
first dey of Angust, 100, regitered ae
No, 170) of 1008, a0 wade betweas Jobe
Bitton Hutton of the use part and
Anoells Clara I'.110 of the other part there
will Bs pat up for sale by public auction
My the underizgoed, at fete Aactisu
Mert, No.1, St. Vioesnt Streer, Pork
uf Bpaie, on Toealay, the duh dey of
Aptil, 1012, between ‘the hours of } and 2
volock p.m,
Allaud Siogalar that certain messnage
aud lend eitaate at Belwont, in the town
known ee * Mount

of B.A. Koblasen,

“pruigess one,

Dated this 4th day of A 1912

° icy went out lo 'W and came homo «

& Q- ob is dusdvantsgeous, | gnougi ip 44 Mme we Beott and Mr. W. M . sei J. S°OPT & SON,
asm St FTE, | Res crt gta ary alte | ua weie ie ramacre wih wo | Wie te aces, conan | _____“Gat vooneer,
bo gxscks ™ g- Abul thet we obould’ oss beaibe Uther Stertoe Divide a) pet ced | ta ie Naya eee

. Q@e= en et.
5 1 R—KKti ik, R—Gs seme ose ile preiivales y Ke penws aud Race Fuad 10 per veut ta tee saa lta of {he Eatare of Rom An-
. : ag oo * pelea te of the Twa of
game tg lost by, he ina: | Constantly” sary” very aftee, site | puree oreen mass, sy ond im |‘ clowe Thursday, Muy sith |. Bet etsoelete the tec of teiusad
fe Lilowad by i Pm apite Laaware fit ourselres Certain era pela pihgatd, be ‘uigeated wie | Po be drawn files. Muy iat puBuc NUTIUK iabeseby given thit
Oi a 7 -
Bet BG? Ke ke, R— for some mysterious resus very much | blood rewedy thet extends i paaniee | Hace run Woduemlay, June 3 Peatey Hatton has been wade to ne by
’ Hts. wore common than others, and so lutluence to eee Part of the body q the Towa ul Vor. of ‘Shae Mtseet a
; ’ ‘ah ; oupte ead ey > jurenesd,
a eke ei Ce he Miore carefully guarded | WTHENG IH NicNOL SN Ean COET I A BERKELEY, — | widew tore greet of Protece of the vt!
7. t it. K-Ku PATION WEAK SES. DINKABE® of Hoa. Seuretery. | sad Oodiell deed ievpactively tne 2nd
“ Evetybudy, tor esawple. bas at ey ES Hus, and GARDUNC Les doy al tt rp the dbch dey
wome time of other been told or dis- a ittal Fe sie These poyiueus da @ sail Hosa Angelion
{ i ? teay be ob wl sale and | Gem deve wed, who died ¥
4 Black reviged for the puon lv lost, $a coer eral cnet be be standing | Mears. Suiith &' Co. The of March 1013 beviog at chews w
Britivch Chew Magazine it . To creep gredually an. a tnartos throught the spcieg Phar on see Ee x Ari a | th uunet tena ye at Be ii
. uly closer in. as if to woo the . stomack and liver enty Bireet Tosa of Post of
Nest Mundsy we will publish thy with nore im, ‘ued alwaye » prasodes tacks of fever and | Mpale, the sald Pouliosn Pau! belug the
moan asuung Chees- ee as | is vow: and at ue, wing dete: mt of Lhe sm uswed as exevuti:
Iasweortal “Game oP ean the same ime en uote eee Nbat Soncure and ou in WL Aad solive is ala ‘ vee that “i
. Kineteby god Andersucs) | even the very grea tou cnet | [QUH RENT —ow of the woot beilflant andj ite vicime Bow uu ompion teil, on (Hos atand, at Prive foe laa | Dr. Kellogg's Vegetable Pille | of twen y eght days {1 w the dese of the
aor rico in addition, we phe other hand, fur any one to tind | 8 stel lo Wikons ie kT) Laid, No ve been found most effective, abet | vublostiva uf this wolice bhe Court will
dh anothes canfully amie | himself standing tov faraway tion, | it! Viton obtainable in thle fast If {he fever wud subduing the ague | proceed te tssue Fro bate of the eed Will
tated yaun | tte Gall i le 0G tate we tice pe be lne [MIO SG Eat sags Complete in | & lew days Thy ate mang who | sed Cot to the sald Pouliag Pes
We would lhe to know whieh of the | alist a value, certainly by far the AU Grd Lerae plate wins shew windows [are Mubje bts these disteessing distur | wccordiug! aul
wings ou chess playces he aioat p aost vuidle cf als gtnag eae | ee spon th Apple ta bene and bo these there is no bette: Dated Ula 6 bday of Agen Wiz
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T dit of ie vot Swiss manufacture, which is coneceded amongst thare who KyvOW

we belog equalled by none,
Price : $15.00-—$50.00, Cash, and on Easy Payment.

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17 FREDERICK STREET,—“ THE LITTLE SHOP,”
HENRY DICK,—.1 Man You tKnow,

“FOR SALE!

PROTO T TART aETE

BUILDERS & CONTRACTORS
WILL BE PLEASED TO HEAR SHAT °

THE SCHOONER “ALBANI” FROM MOBILE.

Tus Saat aveivad with a Seleet Cargo oF

ROUGH & DRESSED PITCH PINE BOARDS

‘ Comprising 308,726 Feet.

—- —+e0-8 4-

| With the Market entirely bare of thin grade
tended buyers will do well to secure
now.

WE OFFER THE ABOVE AS USUAL CHEAP,

of Lauber, in-
their selections

J. GC. NEWBOLD & CO.

TRINIDAD,




BALE FO} TUESDAY THE let

DAY OF MAY, 10.2

UBLIC NOTICE ts hereby given thes | J!

fr cone on Wednesday, Mih A
ferred 00 Mortesgecs by the Conveyancing
acd Law of Property Ordicance 1834
contalced in @ certain Memorandeam ef
Mortgage, No. 2 dated the 2hth Jone 1011,
from Semuel Cooper to William Meory
Nightingale, there will be put up for sale | S357
the undersigned at bis Aaction Mors

2

in exercise of the Power 0

by
lo 9, Harrie Promenade In the Tow

San Fernando, on Taeeday the 2st dey of
May 3912, between the bourse of one Bad

hwo p.m,

All those two parcels of land situate ia
orags and Sevena Grande

the Wards of M
Bonth fo the Ieland of Trinidad —
Tha First thereof com
aod ten perches delineat
ansezed $0 the Crown Grant fo V:
CXVII, folio 463, and bounded
North, Gouth and Hast ty
and om the West by lands
pet_end intersected by

with a Reserve forty dre links wide along

esther bank,

And the Second thereof comprising five

the CertiBcate of Title, Volame CRXX}, 21506—1

acres delineated fo the Diegram drawn ni
follo 7, and bounded on the North ao
BSoath b

the Kast and Wea d
intersected by a Roa

@,
Dated this 10th day of March, 1912,
P, P, PICKERING
Auctloneer,

‘TRINIDAD,

To the Sepremea Cunrt of Trinidad and | 24378—4 gold carribgs, 1 gold log

Toba,
No, 140 of 1008, ad
In the Matter of
The Rea! Property Ordinance,
And
Pau! Augustus Alex

PusLic NOTICE ts hereby given thas
shown within fourteen days from the date | }2307=4 gold
abtication of thie Notica in the | 1224-1 od oun

tnlese cause to the cuntrar:
of the
Royal Gazette a provisional Certificate of
Title tn revpeet of allthso pleos of lend
pitaete in the Ward of Tarare delineated
‘and with the abattale aod boundaries
thereof fn the diagram attached to the
Crowa Graot registered at Volume @!,
folio 191 of the Kegletry Book oo which
it appsars bounded as follows:—Oo (he
North by Crown laods, oo the South b
Crowa lends end landeof Charles Athed,
and by land of Carraciolo, on the East by
Warner's Kosd 45 finks wide, by lands of
Paul Alexis, and by tasde of Carreciolo,
and on the Went by Crown lands inter.
sected by the Warver and Qaildou Rosd
each £5 links wide ; will Le tseued to Pao)
Auguatoe Alexis,
ated thie Bd day of April, 1911,
THOMAS 1, POTTER,
Aaring Registrar General,

TRINIDAD,
In the Supreme Court of Trinidad aud

« , Tobago.
Summary Jurledictlon—Port of Spain,
No, 804 of 1910,

Leen
Bboagwani. Beek~Plalati!
and
Soomariah~ Defendant.



P that by Orders of His Honoura Mr.
Justice Swan aod Mr Justice Russell
made herein on the 13th day of Jacu-
ary 191 and the 23th of March 1912
there will be put up for eala before the
door of the Court Houee, in the town
of Portot-Spain, en Thureday the aed

jay of Ma: 2 éun the hours ©!
one and two Sek Ts the afternoon,

Alland Singolar tbat certain parce}
of land situate at Oaratal Settlement,
in the Ward of Mootserrat, in the
Island of Trinidad, comprising five
acres and abbuttiog onthe North upon
Road, on the South upon lands of
Andrew Meckye and lands of Joseph
Gutierez, on the E-st upon Caratal
Road aod the West upon Jands of
Aodrew Mc¥ye. And also all and
Singular thet certain parcel of
land situate at Caratal Settlement, in
the Ward of Montserrat, in the said
Island
abutting on the

Ramadin, on the East partly upon
lands of Tom Yaraba and partly vpon
lands of Dotah and on the West upon
lands of Barrat. .
Dated tots rd day of April lh.
LH, LO

ELACE,
Deputy Registrar.
THINIVAD,
io the Euprome Conrt of Tilnidad and
Tobaga,
No, 24 of 1032,

tween
Nathaciel AtkintP.stouf,
ry
Virgiola Atkins, Madclaice Braxvu,

Frances Achorg, George Sanwarl and
Spencer Lovey Defendants,

PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given, thet P

ac auction bes been commenced, by
Nathenle! Atkins the Kvecntor of the
last will of Adelalde Losey late of Hard.

bargala Villige fothe Ward of Savane
Grande North dated the 3rd dey of | Mortrre Ne. 1s wel Sod ny ie

January 1903 against the shove vewed
dotendaata cletiniog a Grant of Probate io
Solemn Form of Law of the aald will of
the deceased and thst the aaid ection bas
bern set down for telel fot ‘Mopndsy the
6th day of Ney
Dated this 13:b dsy of April 1912
HOBSON & KEISALL,
Plaintifs Soliciters,



ee ae —
a the OG | 21064~2 gold earrings, 1
cleme 241331 golt bangle

on the | 24157—1 gold banule

Crown Lacd | 25-1 gold necklet, 2 bangles
of Jonathan | 2¢207—2 gold earrin;

Marso River | 24350—38 aflver tang

y lande of Ubarles Batler aod on
Crown laod and | 2164t—2 collare
reserved 50 links | 24095—E silver coin necklet

fo the Matter of the Application of

UBLI1 NOTICE is hereby given | 22-3 sliver banxies

comprising five acres and | and contents nf Warehouses, Offiven,
orth dpon lands of | Shops and Stora Premises and Private
Ramadip, on the Suuth upon Jands of | Dwellings at modera e prices,

Auction Sale.

ERK will be a public Auction Sale
pill 1918 at
the office of the (risided Loan dom-

ENGLISH

HARNES

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6,000 Pictures at Half-Price |!

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any, No. 38 Frederick Streets of the
oliowing aoredeemed articles :— a
Maren 1011, :
1d 2 gold earn LL sorte, and tq anit all purposes, vis, Chapels aod Schools, Hotele and Hee
“I Siver hale old chet, Sriog, italt rast, Shope, Dieing Rooms, Pablie hatte “and ish Rove ‘all cee
price. ~
034 clive: armlete. FO R S$ A L. E . Bestdes SPECIAL JOR LOTS for Wholesale Buyers tf
ie Bost Urdret armlety ’ —_—_— BALK open from the Ter MAY at The CAMELLIA, 61 Queen bt, Port-ol-Spaia, J
BISSLY Kold pecklet , ¥ ‘4 c
Hou? silver collar In Error we havo been for- | Apel 18h ~Im Anthony Toulon,:
ZUW—4 pleces colt, 2 pins warded. — a :
LHI] gold bracelet a Sa a TY




















113 ponies.

24.01 allver coin neckles
24407=1 sliver collar, Barmilete, 2 eartio
24500—6 sliver bapules, 2 carsings, 1 od
coin
HO—1 allver watch
24612—6 wold earrings, Brings, 1 brooch, 2
charm. §pimeng ld

posed of at Invoice Costs,

Lascelles de Mercado ¢ Co,
. 49 Marine Square,
April itch lols,

2igust ater coin nec INSURANCE
247201 gold nose rhe ——U mee
ea bangles .
He2-1 cid breast portion novepted b.
WTI —1 ged ring, 1 gold necklet y
2251 wold chain

SH43—~4 allver armlets, & gold earrings

Spectal Contfracta wuter O.dinance,
Nov. 2911.
13660=1 gold eallar
gold coin

INSURANCE CO, LTD

ii
12708—1 yold obala, 1 evwtadnitunsat s50tw

1208=1 pold waved
127081 gold ebaia

123028 gold bead nenktets “ We are now prepare to accept

risks on the Oil Finida se. on Ver-
ticks, Motor, Kagine and Boiler
a} Houses, Refineries, Residential
quarters end other property, Oil
tanks wad thoiee mtvats ote. .

tabsoribed Oap:tal.... $ 9,814,845
fatal Funds at Slat
Decamber, 1610 ... £91,959,899

Bole Ageots for Fir Depart
- Trinidad Tartment

14007—2 silver cola neckiot
lust—2 silver bangies, 2 gold earings,

noes Hogs
1313}—2 sliver cottars, 2 anklete, ¢ armiete,
2 bangtes, Laing.
18273—1 poid wanh
1szie -1 byke.
Teescd String auld beads, ¢ gold earrt
S~1 strip a, d gold earrtn
; s sg es

=f by ke

1254-1 wold bangle, 4 gold earrings

136.8=1 wold ring, 1 sliver coljar, 1 sileer
_ooin necklet, 4 silver area'ete, 2

tsergdaiver aeblew, 2 bangles Told | the telntdad Sipping -& feeding
~- —7” ooln
18683—1 gold watch and chalao : Ce., ta

13633—2 gold braculets
187et—3 gold wulf chela
134U0—2 wold cotus, | gold bead,
Liowt—§ gold watches, J gold chaine
13015 —22 bilver bangica, 2 collar.
1302-1 paic alsmoud earings
1307-1 diamoad and cnierald nicklet,
1 gold chain aud pure,
140002 guid earings.
Uls—1 gol coin,
At 0@ lligh Street, San Ternando. Same

MARINE [NSURANUE effected on Cargo
Ipecle (Qold on, balrer) acd Hegimne

THE OCEAN
VARIME WSUAANiE C8 LID

Of BONDON .

date aad buur SAPITAL
Savtember 1911. . - to wn £100.00
1817-2 gold banaten ¢ galt earings, SESERVR oe LRUO000

fg ae-- CHE TRINIDAD SHIP.
{IN 3 4 TRAVING Oo. LT ,

2019~S allver collars, 3 silver bangles.

Parties paying Interest up to time of

sale can have loan Lenew aye “~ ~~
LANCASHIRE | RMS.B.

INSURANCE COMPANY | Coss71z servicer
FIRE & LIFE, NOTICE.

WIND to the RAL “Spey,
Now

having to lad uy {0 the pur.
Royal Lusuraue Co, Ltd,

row sf des douking and general re-
Funds Exceeds ... £12,000,000

aire fiom Bnd Apcil to Oh May 1912,

has been arranzed, with the Pere
NSURANCES off ced agnina’ love
or damage by’ Piso on Bu llines



ROYAL MAILSTEAM
PACK BT CO,





MERGED IN THE



t

mNal mcf Hoe Bee-ilency the Gover.
nor, for the +a, *Keanet t yperform
the Comal Services of Tried ted And
Fotage during tat period as underp=

On Moudey 22nd Apritand
2gth Apri, at1o para

Tht Kennet’ alt teave Port of
Spain pone Scoth caliirg at Beta,
oruge Guatagosyara St Margaret,
Plaiscoce, 8S. Jusepl Mangenilta, |
arpving on ednerdsay and taking |
the English Mail) and thense tn Toco,

PROMPT AND EQUITABLE SETTLE-
MENT OF LOSSES —

Agente Scarboro (art wing Thursdey) Thence
os sEsst reund aobiaga, eslling at

{eborough Perabroke, Floxboro,

T R § Kinga Bay. Man-o-Wae Hay, Ply-
Soathrsro on Saturday ae Bear mich

‘ro an iBT oD. 7

The Honanmm Bogleb Mail calling: ab Tooo, Sane
Port-of-Spiin Tibuidsd, Suuct, Grande Riviere, Matelot,
TRINIDAD. ilauchieseute, arriving at |
BALE OR TUESDAY THE s0rm | Spun on Sund y, ‘

ON MONDAY 6rm MAY.

The sa, “Keone” leaves at wid
night and rraumens service sa pet itive
gary for nie! week,

The + Spey" will leaveon Tusday,
ith Alay, 4. 6 pw. cesuniing her wr’
vica ae er Lidoraty for mul week,

‘ora Torker i to:mation epoely at
the Comp.ny « Oflce,

blariae Pyuare,

Porteof-Spain,

DAY OF APKIL 1012

UBLIO NOTICE « hareby g ven that
in exera ce ot tue Piwee of Bie cn
ferred nn Murtg ures by the O nveyare
foe ard Law wm Piocer 5 Or ienacee 1884
eonteined ia « reriaiy Memorandum #
wipog: No Le tated 2.4 Jaly 3910

will be pas up for ws etyine gs “ gee
Lhis Auction Ma ” o g :
Hex, Poccess Sturetn tbe Tewool Bio Aat at Brarboru', Tobago,
Fornsnd> oa Toeday the Sub dey of | 15th Avril (Ol2—-Je.
April 1912 between the hours of 1 aed | py toan, â„¢~
he BALE FUR TUBIDAY THE "ety DAY
OF MAY 10%

Ppupite NOTICE & b-reby elven that

2 p.m,

an that percel of land atasie is ¢
ward of Bevana Grend*, South, io ike
[vlaod of Tesnides cotupraing five acres
jo the Mfagtem a neared tothe








deli ‘ Pete

FINA Court of Titn'dad and | Crows Grant ia Vult CLXXI frlto 438 ieend on 31 ret ei ieivaane
To the Bopreme and boaaded po the Noite uy bende o 1) ad Law ut P opaty Ordinance 1884 0c:
w oft © fudber by foun vt Ou: Woon aed by 9 | 8 ard ta Pa! owtcie” teed el
No. #0 Between Rod recive! Aly like wide, on the Moriguge dsted tha Qh. diy of Merch
Chrismas, Tarobell 00 called Charles | Sear by Janae et itlooed fae ty ite ai | 1910 rig ord an No. 856 uf ihe prot ool
- intiff, . at ont al ane U aed mate be-
Turnbalt—Phaintl Sty Wekewde ulom the Westby toads | teney B sweseeg of the Grar part of

end
The Adwinletrator Geseral—De‘ondant,

UBLIC NOTICE is hereby given that

‘an Action bes been commenerd by

tmas Turoball also estled Charles
et all the Execator of tbe art Will and





werk and by a Hoel rece ved,
this 18 bdeye! Ap +! 1082
Pad eT WO MBBIE.
Aueten eo”.
ih DAU and (OB aud,
| midi ie Bip eve Court,

Su Bun wl Abeipdor of the second
pert wot Wi liam Frese Lickese of the
thir! port toer- witha patap tor aule
" hecnterayaet at hie Auction Mart

‘Rif ris Pe tense ia the Tiwa of
Mao F vnsadoon Turnisy the 24h dey of

of

Veatament of Roters Turaba Jiate of the | pp ibs Matter ch ie Hints at Joseph | Moy 1012, termes the humic l One ead

Ward of Hivena Urande North, Penton

dsted the 9b day of Septembe:

t the above named defendant elsiw-

ee . Great of F obate te Helena Pow i}
yiilof the deceased a

tam che anid, has Leen set dows for

the sald actlon
vost tor Menday theGih day of May 1012
Dated this tale dey of A pet! 101
TIOKSON & KELSITALL
. Plaintiff « Selict wes.

A cross, restieas baby ive ulck baby ad

stomach or bowelé are Apoerally the
the trestle, M ABY
ancin tes and restvorativ

Rae of the BO

aan
be o!

ailments.
»—Price 83 conte
bottle—*' I beee

tity
acim tank
ats gs (

feuju. Al thet parret of lends eom-
Oring bien serenond Luecty ome pre
chowmsiigve ia bs Ward if Gropaohe ir
—_— Une Island of Trieid «4 aed roguded onthe
JUBLAS LOT] Eis borehy given thes | Moz bby igetect Cuonj § Meher] end
| Anolleati nb bas en mide ty me hy | On wa + on the Sos b by iinds of
Alice Hernan ca of 8 ce Soul in the | Qa atin J = ph ard the Moreris Raid aad
Word of T cvirths flan, fer a] ny taude uf Crown nn eee ee
Great of Leuters of A m'evtration at the | lends al cate Wee by & Pe Rood
| Baatord Jo igh Neng Herrandes leis
of the Worl uf Tose ip tae esld Ielead

denseset
the 15 b dey uf Gey ember
tha aid A ive H- ragadss big de lew
ful widow and s+iee af ibe eald decerred.

41d Nouvce is alee piven thet if a:

Hernsn ‘es teat Sine Busel
Waid «f Tx Panter

Heo
in the



Datet tuo LE dey of Apel, 1912
ale tu +Â¥ 0) ew
PP PICK Bata,
w

ananassae aanaemepemaetes. ameemieinas sae aaed

with you, dontle it wurk its emmy wan

Li! procesd wo ieee Letters of A imi: i+
tatee ti The abd Alias Hoersandes

tastier

thew

rank wu feel
Paice 91 conte ~

T Sett SINGLE HARNESS,
1 do. Double Harness for

These two Scts will be dis-

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The North Brilish & Mercaatite

Tf vow eat somethicg whick dleagrees |

‘ thecugh, Meee mw inoress wad dialed
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the publicatia: of this seliee, ihe Coss: ual m puis th aaa € ewe

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“PIMPLES”
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promptly to a few applications of

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9 Parasity Skin Discases,

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Driess at loferior atuff'forit fhe New American ucts mean the costlicst |
ma t

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Teaos that every bottle is aterifsel. Do

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TEH BARBADOS

MUTUAL LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY.

iWariouns Bywateme of Inmurmnos, {

Warote Firs Asscnance-By pretalun, payable for whole of tite
. Do, Bo, fore ilmited nawber of years, j
Espowsayt Agstpaycks Payable ata tived late o1 on previons death
Ot Lire AsevRawcs Layablo tothe auritycrof two persons onthe death of either,
HORT Teaw Assenincy Sultatie as secuiits for temporary loans and kio fret
* business airang: mente. i
ARPNVITY AnsoRANce.— lo secure au @uauity to ce wife on the death of the husband,
CHILDREN LAD WEN TS ~Usetul aga pres ston for education
ERUARGRAR A Cai Asst nanet —Fhe langwet losurame at the miniaum outlay
wiving the advantage of tow premmuns daring the carly years of aseurance



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They arg no Sharagldars. All bha Profits hatang t1 tha Paliny totanne

Bonuse® given oath: Compound Hons Syston Fant Bonus ite f anna

1 fi iy to.
For {further Information Shown ~Agent 0, Marius dyuare, Portot-Spalo,

FRANCIS i
L B BONYUN & CO, -Agonta, San Fernaudo,

PROVISIONAL PROGRAMME

OF

TRINIOAD TURF GLUB RACES |

10 BE ILELD ON THE

‘MUEEN’S PARK SAVANNAH

ON --

Satuéday, May 25th and on Monday May 27th 1912

First Day,

Nov 1 THE MAIDEN =Time 1%) pan Ihetance & furlongs. Open to all
horses that Ste takleus at time of entss ‘The winaer will receive 150 dole,
and (he second Loree 8) duly. Entrance 1 dole.

Nu 2 QUKBN'S CLATH-Tiwe 2 pin Distaves tile Open to all horses,
The winner will receive 2 dole together with all Nweepetakes, and the
secoud horve* will receive 75 doula jCalrauce Hi dels, with a Sweepetake





onthe ita

of 10 dots

No 8 NUINSERY STARAS -Tune 24) pan Dielance 4 furlunge Open valy
Ww "3" year old UCreotes The wicner will reovive Ia)dols. and the secon
horse whit receive fiidols, Hntiance [5 dole

Nu. 4 CLUB SPEAK Ke ~The 44) pu. Uretatwe 0 futlonga, pen to all
bores, To winner will receive 26 ule Logethers with all Sweepstakes and
the second boree will recetve 75 dol. Rntrance 3) duls, with a Sweep

dois.
no ERBOLE RACK -Time t pou. Uwlauce 6 futlunge. Open onty to
Ureols horeee.

pe winner will receive IMduls Lugether with all eweey!
stakes and the escoud horse will receive Hidul, Batrauce lu dole with «

6 sepababe uf Wao.

No. @ KINGS PLATE —Time tpn Distance | wile, Open Ly all horses,
The winner will recejve 25 dols together with all Hweepetakes aud the
second hore will receive 15 daly Hotrance a) dole. with a Sweopetake

of 10 dole.
Sccond Day

AIDEN HANDICAP ~Lime ld 2) pain Uisteuce o furlongs
No dicapopentio all that are naideus ab the time of soley. Tue
will tegeive $1440) aud eeund hurwe will reoulve G00.
No 2 CREOLE HANDICAP. Hime 3 a Diskaoee nue 8 futon
; eer .
a Gerere shes. sued huree will recelve @0800. Kutramce ei):

eT RolGar —Time 20 pan tristan Juhl 4 flan
4 yo - ae] A a
Mos ane Bi recvive #225 (8) with all owen

i to "he whnuwe wi
shee Gad the sevoad hure will receive 675.10 Kuteance $31.00 witha

Ou,

ND ae Que i vA Distame 5 tuslongs § A

Handleap open only to J year-old | rerbes te winner wall receive Blot

and the gecand horse will yecvive eth Enteance §10 00.

No.6 MIDSUMMER HaNnbic AP. ~ Time tpan Distanu 6 fudunge 0
dandicag dpe ty all hore. The winuer will recive Seeks) wyelbo with

all sweopetaken, gud werrind haves will receive 2.30 Entrance @L0) with
sw 7°

nud WERL INDIAN HANDIGAE Thao 40 pus Distanue Londen A

Heudi ap open only lol neule hovers, The eluger will: ecolve G40.) Logetber

with all ewe: petabes, and Ube second burmese will recelve QML) Kilgant a

Gay Ub) with o Bu vepstab ¢ of QUA
Nut QUEENS PAKK HANINCAP -Tuue 5 gue Usatanee 1 mil A
| aadlicay oper tw all ures winner eit workve me eyerber
weepetahen, eound bores will receive 15.10
Talutwith a! woupetabke of G10.(i0, meas

ton

A tan-
Wianes
trance $15.07

A Handicap
together with

eccosd oy!) fe 6h p ped whole Nl d | freae stores .
Dated wie Kt taf aoe id Secu” Som Bree a ce La Sopa ALBERT HCCLDREAN
IN. Dee es om bal tls caning .
Bagager, (wen 6 cee eet Sera clay

oe i en emeesasamesssssmsesseaeaascsaas a accaaascasaCasaaaaaazt
eR t
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thon the tatter, “Bech ¢pftt te, the Ope. a

Whier lesix abillings and ten pence shore
the costiest—and something Ike elgtt





























































































me—of the Deno
teventy-oue days “tline.’ Harbour | Shillings shove the avers ' ‘
eOa Monday last the second son of Mrs, Gonstable Cor tald the charge, Prinatioual ecole et en ot ates Looks cool, fens a2 Neat,
ta Henderson waa bitten, or rather ——— cathon fa a moment of aberration ta oon. fat low diferent
The premiees at the corner of | sent toan alteration in the Oode depri¢y uncomfortable, _old-fasluoned,

) : 5
ne sgn dispelling bay = ey na a — iasines air aaiiialerra
. , | The three *howbr aewarlted Ubi
. ITEMS OF NEWS, railway signal toy. “tamonde, on
. ; = Continued from Page £ | De “’plackwood Weight ta, do
ecratched, by, a gon owned by the
. family ; andthe child, who is about | Broadand Uigh streets, BDridgtown
O years old, was goon after treated | Barbados, occupiedon the firey an
te ty Dra, R Scheult and J, R. Dickson, | second floor by Mears Usiter and
9 ha dog ta question went mad on [ Go, andon the third by the Junior
. Friday and died. Jn consequence, the
AND ' lad will be taken on Tuesday to the

fttng underwear.

AMtrria’

Fabrik Underwear
oe Washes Like Fine Linen
murals of anata osha enti
bry Leteeta gameet mal bh, ee
@ grescful sense of coolness and conalert aff

Ing Assisted Schools erected after 1902 of
any rent or apparatus gréct, or [ncrease
of ‘rent or apparatus grantto schools
extending their bultdings or iacreasing
the numberof their pupile—bas the pra
sumption to state that" itty aatlsfactory
tonote that in the year 1010-11 only one
school, St. Madeline RC, came under
the patedory (of aided schools not spend:
inghny woner from private fandey and
even at thig school tt seems difMloult to
credit that the Manager was not called
uponto augmenttbhe amall Gerernment
Frant for bail ings and apparatus.” The

glub, heve, burg pur aged by the
Pasteur Institute {In New York for Cannio. ‘and tient Fe nueak ont
treatment against Hydrophobla. Mrs. | for occupation by the lucal bragch

. . ‘ Ifenderson baa the greatest sympath
‘ - ‘| ' D . of her man: friends} and the hope te eee he price paid Is sald to be
M I i I i @ | ezpressed that not log serious will
!

Wear Morris’

+

come of the matter, which la at pre-
sent naturally causing cosalderable nds, tearend’ ‘be some diotarbynt



2 Te SRS

For “GOODNESS? Sake

‘ anxiety, ——e i tor whould k iter thant
. “Prislind Oilfeide Ltd's shares have | tk, rabeaulte pin couseqnence of | wets unfair nonsense of the kind, expecl- through the hotteat weather,
fallen from 274, Od Od. x the ob alfcay, and yesterday | gity ater thecriticiameto which ble re- Coat Shata with shovt sleeves of no sleeves
WE HAVE A LARGE STOOK’OF 2h len from 274. Od. 230. 04, to 2s i being the pavilay, & numbee of porte have hues subjected in previous at WL Kase Length Drawer,
a de.» as reported by ceble yeste: | conatables, under Hergeaot Storey, Sears. Hisohvious duty, ifbe hee really
. aye were deuvpatched thiber on Uil- | at beart the interests of education (a the Al ofl the better storve

“"?

— day aftesnoon to be In readi-{ colony ie tau in and out of teason
The Barbados Uouse of Assembly neve in tase their services were equal. treatment for Denorninational
met on the 0th, Prrvant to adjourn- ulred The Tnepectur Geveral | Schvols which do the same work as Gov

9 ®
; ment, and [n the absence of the bh Constabulary ee aleo the | ernment Schools and are the more popu
Attorney General, who wae eigaged General Manager of Rallways alec
Gencral tock charge Gt ol Govern, | Rene, down to Tabuulte, by au
ment measures, “Ac petition praylog tomoblle, yesterday, retursia, to
\

MORRD & CO, Mabe, Selvmers, He



tha preatary olace ae regards expence,
and this in @ more marked degree then in
the preceding year, they certalaly do

not do ao aa regards educstional effici-
puna, lo order to prevent any

ency. The average percentage of passes 3
in them 10 81,9 whie tn the Denomlaa
fosivle friction, wera conveyed | ational Scheols it ieti3. Thiseuperiority e
h other raifway carrisges than of Denominational education ls borne out N

those occapred by the 11VA abd | Spetially In the comparison of individual

Carapichalna Isbourere, Sergeant | Soecls Tha Girls Government school CELEBRATED
t Tranquillity, the Catholic schoots Ia ‘
Holder, woo want down “with | Moatrony otrest and Hatris Square are

two plain-ciuthes cunttables, made | attended by mach the same class of ¢ s ~ :
two “arrests in connection with | entidren, ye Pembroke Street has 100 ‘Gold Label’ Sootoh Whisky
the affray, two others having al- | percent. of pisses. Harris Square 09°4

it

ready airested by the Cours con- | and Tranquility only 009, while Nelson °
siables, —wlif her * «| Street Girls’ school with another’ class of “ " !
deeper eer * Wanted °| ocfdren altogether ae Of ie ‘Newon White Label Do, ° .

fa still at large
Street Boye’ Catholic school te much in

an “71
The Combermere Schoo! Cadet Corps the same eategory meh Rea tert AND

School atanda with 47 of passes nad

the Eastern Government with 863 4¢ Red Label" Do.

Nobody sould demand as much of the



Tar and euctensful clase of schools,
(Re Goren Sate EEE = ———_———_
the city about 8° o'clock, Every.
for naturalization papers were pre
sented on behalf ot Neaara Valdemar fhing Passed off | quite quietly.

The labourere bound for Tuna-
nu7Jlb, 14 1b, 28Ib. and 56 Ib. | spies nanet wan one grtey
i ” . ” . £3130 from the ‘Treasury to Mr. K OG,
egs_ which we are Belling at [ameter pete eniect end

s+ penees ia’connection with the desteus.
/SIK1 CENTS PER POUND |finettts ieathisterntte watch wa
- ensued on a bill for preventing the

spread of the same disease and even
tually it was adjourned.

uth A col sespondent aende us the fol-
Â¥ 9 @ | lowing, taken from s Canadian paper



Barbadow, shot for the Prince of Wales
Chalienge Cup on the Ist inst., on the
Government range at_200 and 600

Why on earth should we go treating ¢
There {a no sense in it, but a good





TELEPHONE 174. deal of useless and unoecessary ex: | yards, ncuring 312 out of & possible 500. | N, Si aches!
_ pense, Warmanthinks that & Little | The wind was sxceeilingly high and Seen tty Gower mentecnocl with ‘he
—— ae ee wine ts good fur his etomach, or for | thelight very misty which accounts spentally pald teachers, yet thelatter has RPOKR BAL WE

. that part, a drop of whiskey ora glass | for the low seoting, The Prince of | only 635 per cent. of passes. From thece





. of beer—why not order it, have itsent | Waters © th dats, we can say without any foar of ° .

t home and drink it there In decency | aitt adet Un n tina gg hout tbe inte contradistion thot the only return for the E U B :

a and moderation. Instead of throwing | Empire. axtra expenditara on Vavernment Schools 0
away money overs bar atthe wrong can be summed up ia “no religion * snd .

jo3$ Becular education,’

ot the 176 Denominational Schoale ' *
. are oli. ti oadian se

The British steamer “Hurst,” 2.007 (Preshytorian} coming next with 84 aod the | = _
tons, Osptein Moody, which arrived | Anslican telth $7, It muat, however, be

>
ou Friday from South Atnerican ports, | borne in mind that the Canadian Mission ¢ "
nailed yesterday for Tampa, Florida, | ¢ bools comprise 40 Special Indian schools, gq 9:
U.S A,, with 973 tone bunker chal froin [ of which clase of schools the Anglicana
the Trinidad Coaling Oompany. Ltd, have only two and the Catholics one . ‘ L

The number of puptia on the rotl on Slat
She has been chartered to proceed Maroh, 191), wa 47,718 with an average

frori Tampa to the Far Kast
Attenrace of 27,081, The average IS CREATING
" ¥
The Vincruetan trader “Hilda” sa | arian aud, tq Government, neboole “—

rived veaterday from Cristobal Colon | $794, ‘I+ the Catbotle schoola alone tt
with 200 bags cocoa and 4 passengers. | was &.C¢7. We heed sesroelp aay that the . A BIG S EN SATIO N
hargest schools in the Co ony are Denonil r e

sine American bargue “Tilke Baker.” national, asin west canneries, lu oplte C \ :

683 Japt . . | of the enormous view of the seculariat rE “30° befor .

SS3 bons, Captain Ilansens sailed yes. | fue fucmtaational ‘education meshes ome snd try the. MP. “30° before you purchase your
maltipiecation of small schools, Thus of | car, ‘The two that was landed on the znd April is already ¢

tlme of day, and pouring down his

9 #
, throat goodcess khows what stuff
» that is neither good for man nor beast.
. ‘Treating has nothing to recommerd it
r to sensible and rightthinking men,
Some people talk of it asa practice of

ood fellowship. The good fellowebi

pound up in the good hardearn
y . + money eo frec ven a vern+
HavetReceived a Quantity of Keeper. and for what? For bis profit
and your loss. Now figure itoutin

| \ N ( j I | I tp UN avy way you like. When (if you are
Hd Is R t KS honest a yourself Jo atilke the
ance nista ui tie ultimate

s . . : It. to we eay, begn your good

J Which are being sold at London Prices, A fellowship to Jourslt—by cutting out
few arrived slightly damaged, these ty go treating! _
“ Ou Friday last, a rat which was fourd



HARBOUR & MARINE NOTES.



tona Trinidad eriuia Lake aenbett from




























~ itblio Me Charles Netinho’s pro- 1 . ‘ . :
IAT ANS PRICH. vison store on South Quay was sent the New Tulnlded Lake Aephalt Co, | sehoole, with ya one pupils ® ere ldelhered, but Invoice fur auother hay just arrived; hence
" , . —— Vv ee] . + . i, .
Compressed Fibre]Cabin HMrunks—leather corn m4 and Auwitact Heatly Ofver and was spit Venezuelan steamer “Guyans,” Bes only teaaahouia the Baslere "Hoye weean make delivery prompts
Tass iOCKs, ASST, sIZCs wo only AN PTESscc found to be plague infecte: e teed oa BPeida . . * Pavhon) whh § an ° nk ora
sat . ? : Feveolog from Cristos | school with 45, which hive Jd L
Cane Cabin Trunks, same as you could buy in necessary precautions 10) one retaises, | bal Colon with 30) tong chal and the | The larce ssboale of the colany at! taken | pt: do LIMA & Co.
m4T Regent Street; Covered Wood Teanky—flat and abe ‘being carried out under, the following Pawengeist Mesna Mac. | from Appeadiz Uh to the Lusactor of 11, Frederick Street—Sole Agents for
vay oe rey i f Captain KE. Weat | cos Piietas, Manuel Be lo, M, Gun- .
tre round tops, all sizes; Tin Tranks—many shapes eee aesaletant Sanitary Inspector. talen, J. As pando, J. Nu Gonzalez | be noted. huwerere thet ibe, Weetern
« 4 " thacitas « } -——— 4
mt and styles; SUIT CASES, assorted sizes, in . roll on March, 1911, kas now about 700,
#*] real cow hide. pane ein gaome 2a) tea wees, chip gba Roval, Mall fretght steamer No. ov Porrts.
e y 1 ister, * y ‘ 1
. ‘hye ~~ Pediast wreck taro est Waterloo, tain Wakeman, aritved crterdey Gataortc—Neleon St; Girls school a
All 5 l d S ll h Woodford Lodge and Orange Grove | % -rning from London via Barbadosand Nelson St. ve school aa
< ng IS 00 § all 8 ng ery dof, Factories Theonl ments were made | Grenada with 1,200 tone general cargo, Mucurs; Y 373
* hy the RMS. Conway tnd thes.s | avd one deck paswenzer. This steamer Row Hi By
* cevecrrcencenaues tugela to london and Nontreal, re. | brought out two sections of a sierl Siparia Street

ij. | barge for the Royal Mail Compsny.
spectively, the transfer from the Rail Z het tot hagaarainae [ay

‘ Ty d he. She
vo] If YOUSREQUIRE A TRUNK tatlog titees days, The lubourers cor: | and landed the occtio is ca the Gr

loyed all worked hard and well under

Arims Boys
Axcticay~funapune

Pjoos tilly

Righmond Street

SERELRCEREEE



: * x b ti .
b No harm will be donc to see tHose at fr. Fit, the labour contractor. IES eislace Cf Ror tcaren? 12 dscharge Wes brook,
Father pPendergas BJ Prletin, — Hacure .
Charge of the ary district a je) mon
l | cm serious THE KING ED ‘AR Quarry Street
18; FREDE RI CK S ‘ oar eed poeskbly Inve site on the UAT D Vil. Writtrax~dfoulton Hall

. - ne mornlog 0 Starch 20th pase phe —_ Cayantax Misstor~Taearigua 37

, pelea ete Mass and when nearing a | , fu addition to previous lets, the Guaico 816

following amounts have been sub-| rig greater nomber and the success of

the Denominationa) achoola make it



dangerous gully on the road the horse

‘ ve, and seeing the danger









. became reel scribed towards the fundt
\ a the Prest, crying out to the lad to | Leo Lum " also clear that ther are the class of
follow him, jumped fromthe buggy. | Lee Keong schools which meet moat with popular
The boyjwas slow and with the buggy | Chow, Uob : favour, acd we malotaln also trom “
: ot ier a steep precipice into a Leo Plog... . knowlelge and experience that the for
guy, The conveyance ores settee se Eien. | otarnmgor nan la thevy Sevens ainge iia
‘ gad the boy mortally wounded, Father |0Pie uee L wo speed can te roade In them to the
. wertu 5 a
: rere Robert Lee Pow oo - Report as 6 whole, therefore, give the
: We are pleased to fearn that the j James ©, Leung: ~



Deoowinational 9 hoole g oause
rejoice. With teachers receltiag teas an
with miserable apparatus grants or none e 3

atall, they can, not only cope with the

deo, ab present io | Chong Chup... v
pants pee, dente tePretteid Sle sy Pos

4 .
THE ARCADE. i actetetuntettolmpmmeendise (fave Yak ST

eo

red aobouls of the serument, bot
Breatest hopes are entertained for hie Kwong Le af over tm swans cases Surpass them. T H fy > y % 7
ae ee recovery ‘The rumour that there ie | wang fee ” Bo ask Mbalever tay ‘boPacid by og EK PIANO WAREIOUSE
another casoiie without foundation. rant fa ne cettala number of ladirtduals—qote new ecswewewen ,

oc lees = blaseed and = trroeponaitle—in
favour of purely secular schools the I \ ain ne

j@ are “wan nn favour al ’ Tae ° ~~
Poutaational schools, and in thle they Now [9 THE TIME TO BUY

are evidently right since in the De
womlaational school the ebildren receive
net only religious instruction, but, es
the Keport tteelf goes to shown a better
secular lostruction alsa In the year

qf Saci nil eaeteee | | Spocial Prieos both for Cash or Easy Torus

in the schoola vi the colony only regist
s'ttastion over balf time, edaost lon ls not Bole Afentsa for

u .
abv fen ueselafercy cowl. “BRENSMEAD * PLANOS.
the * pupil Teswhese, Examination “etd “CAROL OTTO PI ANOS.

that | Lee Yu wae

x {al notice bas been given

THH BH sT PLACH FOR oo Bilames Postage Stanpy bearlog Loe Kow .
' tbe head of the late Queen ieetorla Iee ON “ . .
will be withd:awn from circulation on Itandolph Aut .. :



OO WO SAO tao Tame manneanh

xt. The remainder
eres see ogell We make note of | 81. Lie Abyen we
thiaas it may be, of interest to stamp qohn Autong a
. ‘ 8 | collectors. __- Le Ten on a .
, Theas. * Aidan,’ which left Bar | Heory “kong wes
” ty TY ) Jat eith the three | Loule Watwon ",
HAN ! NG RECEN t LY ARRI VinD. farbades Margeuce to the Tuskegee | Joseph Nathaniel _... =
Conference on board, duly atrived at | Thomas Edward Lee Sang 4
New York on the 5th A pe received Romany Choft . -
Je, A. S. Jones @ fetter 6
through ror Dr Sooker I! Washing- Total ” oo 300



. , the followingdsy, and were ber—another di R SOLE aY Be?
* E Vi PER. tooked toleaveNew York fur Tue —— 0} at Sere "Tepn suchen at ol -°(" GORI AK tho,
ZINGESSOL * DIST felrtohe* itt Aerkaies | EDUCATION REPORT — | Bey At mitt eve no weutseroxn: |

Mies Laure |
Sa ian Se ins] * | EVERY INSTRUMENT CUARANTEED
te

See apg shee “at, Tha . TUHING & REPAIRS A SPECIALITY,

artheal, and the delegates ale re

RED OXIDE LIQUID, [reser om

(ieotgetown Town Counsil appointed

1910-1911.

We take the following frou: ths ‘Ca
tholic News” of turdsy and we are
sure {t will Le read with Intersect .—





ea)
b 1 Re, tthe fi tor of fi
HUBBUCK’S ZINC & PAINTS s\ iirercettet tn cue: | steal ie skeet oles a nt | Wea ei ld Re terwrwrere
, E911, was f , .
‘ sion of the time Bovenetowe. Ward, | istve Cauucltoa the ith Sdarch thle | tocetlvaly. | ates Laas Wilnon ‘hae the 21 PREDERLOK ST. ‘PHONE HO,
Mtn tht tara | Fo stairaated acute | wot Mean aa ea
granted the use of the land for thiee | Ecico°Gur tats infurmation le practical | oxeainel UX

: Wel of Nexsqwn Roya
from théexpiry of the present ‘
om. i February 1913, at a pepper: : * .

vOdnes 39000 by amaryl
THE FOLLOWING cornrentofidollar per annum, on aumoni the loys of tht onge standing. errr oer — —
condition that the ground be made up | tate It as the latest report: of the Educa | Catbollu soboul

NEW ARRIVALS NOW ON HAND 1) spies Siete sh | Gls, Sas ir a emetge | Eos See coat ST. JOHN'S POPULAR REMEDIES.
si

ly aatiquated sine it ce when the
reput for the year og Stat
Ton le almoat dus All the same we must



aevnn:
able in juctfon of } year Kxaulnation,

the levionatany time in the tual and reason a On of | year ee ae bola

sventof the fround pet being quetion ‘erun ew werw opened | Neleoa Birest Cathulk school got essed

HARNESS LEATHER . kept. fnregard w the erection . : ray!
ree EF"e person on the solonure ot the | Soentcat deta th ele ‘WW Tag | Sos by rae) setae aba, ef JOHNS SARSAVEARILLA
PROPER} POLISILES tears tu respect to both ‘re | tbue'wery wt whovier 10 hutag Deno | ou Tumgs Of he aeventose condos | §=9OT JOHN'S VEGETABLE LIVER PILL
GALVANIZED SLOP PALS gees Seeietbo tah e | il na edt etmene | he At, whe uo te aa . S
. Ook te nee wy al ime
5 THONGS ON — CD tise. | Pt " td ’ im the of uh . “1 ‘ Woe *
WHE BLAS SAAR” | Er a ya Re | age) THON WO AT UE
‘\ of wits bo . Uf te ibe Oe garda be ‘
Goupel tie considered, \sbould | 9% | Uhctrinatunal ‘seboole are tal tone | at arvana tte-~ aw ara ST JOHN 6 TETTER CURE



thnes #e ude rots asthe Guvernuse i!
boule a lots the mt edguate ats ol

stl ition of rellgh wewiat ” ‘ Sati ovtoaed, tus >
A wu ean ole me .
se thie olga eek ttle eed | A BOLAITD’S —6 Henry dre

Roport tae sone woigmty worda whic



avy pavilion, Bg or wther atrue

DAVIDSON AND TODD. tne wb | wey erect ala y



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* ese ant attht
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Muslin Flouncing— 27in
Muslin Flouncing—-27in,
Muslin Flouncing—27in,
Muslin Flouncing—42in,

OUR VALUE TOPS

WATERMAN SHELLS EVERYTHING,





JAPANESE SWORD MAKER.

NELIGIOUS CEREMONIES ACC UMPANY
EVERY PROCES4— ‘WATERING.”

The aword-making «f Japan is per-
haps the most curious ia the whole
world. In ‘that couatey swords satd
to be equal to toove of [uledo or Da-
toascus are made by a epecial ecritsof
processes, but n feature of the iudus-
try la tbe religions ceremonial that
Atcompanice every process.

Onibe walls of the hutsin which
the work is done are representations
of the god of the sword-makers and
the chef goddess of the Shintos,
There are also bite of paper and wisps
of straw, charms tw keep away evil
epitits No female is allowed ty enter
the place, as the presence of women is
supposed to be conducive to the ap-

rarance of demons, who would cer
tainly bring disaster to the swords
misafon. Prayer is offered before the
wotk begina, and various religious
tites must be performed before any
ene of thesworda can Le declared to
have been well and traly made.

The last thing that takes place after
the polishing and sharnaping of the
sworde is the offering of th¥Win one b:
ene to the sword god to be bless
The weapon Je placed ta front of the
Koakemona onthe wall, with an offer-
ing of saki, rice and sweetineats, after
which prayer sciolle are read anda
blessing upon the work is invuked.

Wheever the making of metal
swords may have ongiuated, the chief
fawe of the industry belongs, of
course, to Dawaecus, where the-e
weapone bave been made from time
immemprial’ But atwost equally
famous are the sworde of Khorasan,
which is stil} the centre of the best
Leustern work of the kind. The best
Eastern biadew are, however, at leact
eyualled today by those of European
wauufacture, which fact i¢ evident
when we remember that European
ewords are Ufien met with fo Asiatic
hands, though | » most cases they bave
been remounted in Eaetein style to
sult the fancy of their owners

The particalar treatinent of the steel
used for the making of Asiatlgawords
has hed not 8 lituetada with the re-
putatids of the latier, for the dama-
ecening or “ watering” of choice Per:
tian aud Indian army gives & most at-
tractive appeararce to the work
Much the same thing wasin evidence
fn the manufacture of “* Damascus”
gon barrels untill it was discovered
that Hund steel was preferable for the
latter, at least from the maoufac-
turer's point of view.

In the case of sword steel the
“watered” effect is produced by 4





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STOCK NOTHING BUT TIE NEST
wuwaprphieda, Waselew Of

HARNESS & SADDLERY

CAPAC REIT pensar semastenG

age Ser cet
Vos

Wi bawe Jus
one

very best Goode you bave eet n for

leet f Goods

Le 2tc. | Muslin Flouncing—S4in, 48c. to 72c.
30¢ | Muslin Allover —17/18in. 18c, to 36¢,
36c. ", » ~27in 36c. to 60c,

. 40c. | Muslin Insertion & Edge Ge, to 15c.

process of cryatallization, vo that
when the metal ts forged out a more
or lesa segular pattern is seen tunning
Ubrongh i, and the effect Is pleasing
tothe eye, though at ts sald that the
quality of the metal is neither better
hor worse for being fregted in thls
fancy manner, - Londanw Globe.

TRIBE OF SENUSSI ITALY'S

ADLY FOE

WEI". (RMFD AND WRALThHY AND
FIRKDO DY THE FRAVOR OF TIOLY WAR,
TH SF MOST FANATIC OF THE MOS
LEM BECTA ARK MARASSING THE
ITALIAN ARMY AROUND TRI
roll.

London, April 4 Constantinople
correspondent sends an Interesting
accountof the famous Sheikh who
has been honoured by the Sultan, and
ofthe uibe over which be holds
away

Wheat causes General Caneva, the
Chief Commander of the Italian foices
in Tripoil, Che greatest perplexity and
anxiety, and what seriously ent-
bararses bis military operations is the
ioyetert cus tribe of the Senussi, ‘They
ave gathering nowié thousanda from
theic far cdfcentre op the oasia of
Kufta, inthe Lybian Deseit, froin
many avother distant oasia uf North
africa, from the Sudan, from Atabia,
and fiom Lgypt to wage the Holy
War, against the deatable “ Mar
carooi,” polluting with ther unholy
hoot-lad feet the sacred territory of
the Mahdis, And of all the ivou-
merable Moslent eects and tribes,
nove can wage thie Holy War with
lnore pr-sionate aelf-abnegation, with
moreterrible fanaticism and fero-
city, than the Senuesi.

Many are the xtorica concerning
thie moat extraordinwy of Islamite
Trotherheods. Some assert phat
they are Freemasous with a constitus
tion and tites very much resembling
Luropean Masome fiater nities.

PASSWORD OF TUE “ROSE”

One thing seems to be perfectly
certain, ‘The Senuss? symbolism of
the * Ituse,” the sec:et password of the
Mahidi's etmisaaries, bas worked a
veritable miracle. Dy means of it
alone, the prewnt Sheikh of the tribe,
Siai Ahmed Li-Mahal, the grandsou
of the foundee of the sect, was able in
avery shot epuce of time to gather
from distant parta a formidable army
of fanatical waartors, ready to face
Genaral Caueva's forces with all the
crushing resolution of religious fienzy
Hghbting for Allah and Islam.

From an excellent source, [ gather
that the number of these warriors







Thera will be Marching

TERE, THERE AND TV ERYWHERE

Am ng-t Che Friendly Societies of Trinidad, you must
of necessity have a

SPRUCE WHITE DRESS for the Occasion.

NAVIN gots come so veand yer them,

THEM ADL.






ne

> Ne net ram



that will sult each and every
they are not the
the money, youneed not buy! -

amounts at present to abont 100,000
men. All of them are exceedingly
well armed. Their ammunition fe of
a most moderntype. Their leaders or
Bhelkhs poses about £2,000,000_ stert
ing Itisjthe name of the “Hose”
thatkeepsthem together and infuses
thein with unawerving enthusiasm. Ut
Ia the © Rose” that is {ofluenclng the
whole of Tilpoll, Andit will be the
“ Rose,” it is asserted by those who
know, that will finally carry victory
over the lavading intidels,

That remarkable Sudanese woman,
herself.a member of the Benussl sec!
atyled bythe enthuslastic and gratefu
warriors, * The Jeaane @’ Arc of the
Desert.” with a lacerated left arm
waving high In the ale and with flerce
outcries of religious fanaticlem Ared,
the other day, the men of her tribe
to an assault upon the strong en:
trenchments of the Italians, She ac-
complished the defeat of the numert-
cally stronger enemy, in spite of the
thunder of their cauaon, ouly through
the uslracte workin mystery of the
pasaw ord of the © Iose.'

The political agniflcauce of the Se
nui came ino prominence when
they began tofi,ht against the cor
rupt system otf the old bureaucratic
aduiinistration. This is one of the
chief reasons why they were dialiked
by the former Sultan and could never
obtain, during his regime a firm foot-
ing in Constantinople itelf, They are
most enthusiastle champions in the
cause of freedom aid of enfrancbise-
ment from every form of despotism.

Phe present chiet Siti Ahmed El-
Mahdi (Mahdi ineans “*He who fs led
by allah”) le described as a very pious
man, full of strength aud courage, He
has already fought and very success:
fully too. in many a dificult cam-
paign. The fight in Tripoli will be hot
and jong, aad the [talians will per-
haps arrive at the melancholy convic-
tion (hat between the provigmation of
the annexation and the actual posses.
sion of Tripoli is a wiste and insur.
mountable gulf.—Toronto Mau,



No Rear Witt Astuma, -Asthoes

when rest is needed moet. Hence the
Tow of strength, the net vous debility,
the loss of fleab and cther evila which
must be expected unless rellef is
secured. Fortunately rellef is possible,
Dr. J. D. Kellogg's Asthua Remedy
has proved ita merits through years of
service, A trial will surely convince

you,
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usaally attacks at night, the one time ' In gold water.



PORTOFSPAIN GAZRITE SUNDAY APRIL §t At 7

iT? Police COURT,
Birers Hs Worship De. Blirkiood
Werte! 4)

Ratwiday.

Foun at Date of Suor—Follee con

table Bowen chargeda boy named William
Weeks with beirg Thund-ab the hack of
ashop at South Quay on Friday night
for unlawial pu Defendant had
on him a catiase, matches anda candle.
Le said he waa Lorn at Grenalaand his
father works at the Easters Qoeny. De
Cendant. waa remanded to Nonday for
forther (oqulries.
AssaULT,~Edith Armatrong. Dals
Kiugand Ellzabeth Woods, whoon }ri-
day assanited Francle Simmonds a
signal boy employed at the Hatlway,
pleaded not guilty. After tha evidence
hey were cenvicted and aenten: to
three weeks {mprisonment each.
aN Otp Gaot, Binp Sergeant Alexan
der charged James Jackman with con
veylog at Prince Street on Friday last,
two floger sings. Defendant pleaded not
malltye The bergeant stated that while
golng along Prince Street, on Friday he
saw defendant wearing the rings, be had
been watching defendant fur some days
before, during which tlmé Defendant
didn't wear aay rings Complainant
suspected defendant whenhe saw him
with the Hogs and stopped bia. Defence
dact was asked to account, butthe Ser
wat not being aatlsfed with his story
e@arrested him. Defendant then ald ho
would take the ntto the persons
from whom he bought the ring,
end after taking the Sergeant round
about the town io search of the
Bupposed pedler whom he didn¢ find,
dlefendant was eventually taken to Consta
atabulary quarters and charged. A
pediae In Charlotte Street told com-
lalnant that rings had been stolen from
Is basket, Defendant pleaded
Rullty, to the Magistrate
and aaid ‘he bought the = rings
on different days;cne from aa India
whose name be didn’t know and the other
from an Syrian, He was convicted and
fined £20, or six months’ to iL; severnt
vious convictiono were shown against

Im.

TortuRtno & MOLE-—Robert Taltt of
the T.SP.GA., charged an with
torturing a mule by working it in « walled
eondition. Defendant was fued £!or7
days, and the animal was ordered to the
Pound for thirty daya.

Coxvzrinu & Dovs.—Corporal Callen:
der charged Myla, coolle, hia lng,
at St. dames, a dove, aup ave
been atolen, Defendant pleaded not
Raitt » ond stated thatiber husband
found the bird yeaterday morning amaog
the mangoes at the seas et St. James.
TDefendants husband who was seen at
iiishouso by the Corporal, said he
bad the dove forsix months. After the
evidence Lils Worship adjourned the case
to to morrow.

LARCENY OF A BASKET OF CAKES.—
Ida Bell charged Abdool with the larcen
of a basket, valued 5s., coatalning a@ shi
lng’s worth of cakes abe had given bim
to sell, Defendant pleaded not guilty
and sald that his foot having got crushed
at Turnball’s, he sect the basket with its
coutenta by another coolle to complain:
ant, whtle he himscl€ had to goto the
Colonial Lospitalto have the fafury at
tended to. Defendant, whose story
didn’t impress the Magistrate, was con
victed and sentenced to 4 months In gaol,

AFINE RECEIPT.
EGG EN SURPRISE,

Drain the syrup from a can of
apricota, Tn two cups of the ayrup
add the juice of, two orauges, one
liwe, and one half cup sugar. Set
overa slow flre until hot, ften two
Jevel teaspoontule of granulated
gelatine in one cup of cold wa'er until
golatiog je dissolved. Strain through
a cloth, combine with the hot nfs:
Thoroughly blend tiem. Set
While the imixture
cools beatwhite of three eggs until
stl anddry. Whee thesyrup mixz-
ture is cool and beg us, to thicken add
theegg whites ant beat with the egg
beater. Continue beatlog until the
entire mass will huld its shape a the
white of an egg does when well
besten. The misture must be in a
cool piace during the beatiog. When
it will hold its shape puttwo spoon.

ture,



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Double Harness only $95 Set.

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THE 1 ATE&T ADDITION ARE

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TRINIDAD, AND TOBAGO,

pyuue NOTICE 1s hereby given

by Albert J.soph Charles of th
st. Jueph in the lend of *arinitag
AVillteiciag due the 7

eurlag date ¢ ds
1907 of Joseph Whari of the eee ot By
Joseph, deovased, who died on the 271b
dey of Javoary 19t2 beving at the bine

3 foresald, tb
doudph slore , tbe seld Albers
the add Wik

Ad
Caveat Band before the ex

twenty elzdt deye from
publication of nih pobles, the

aie 1d Albert Joseph Oba:





Would you Ball
Your Dress to
Fit you Right}

F you had to build a house and the frame was
either round, square or oblong, don't you thinktw
the boards were nailed on they would have to conforg



the shape of the frame f 3
; Corsets are to your dress what n frame is to a ‘build

¥ If they aro shaped ‘correctly or incorrectly your dresel(
woe” est the boards which have been nailed to the frame of the b
ing) has to conform to their shape, ‘That i+ the main reavon why som
ladies always appear poorly dressed, no matter how costly the cloth they
wearing ma 5

be.
You'll find all the latest improvements adapted to the prevailing fashio

ml
“WARNER'S RUSTPROOF’ CORSET:

We have just received adtarge shipment in all tho leading styles
lar wizex, and request you to inspect them at your carliest convenic ,
| prices are as follows :—60c., 81c, Ibe, $1.08, $1.20, $1.50, $2, 8250, 82.7579%

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Lenawanenammeeees
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fuls in tho centre of a pie plate.
Shape it tolook lke the white of an
eag. and inthe centre place one-balf
the apricot tolook hke anegg sulk.
A little of the syrup roizture may be
taken out before the gelatine fe addeit. .
This poured over the apricot glares It
slightly, Turn « bowl over each ran
eo surprise, ect {n a cool place untl
ready to serve, Thisis a large recipe,

AGONY ON
OPERATING TA

Did not Remove stone 1 the Mk
Gin Pisin Fanwesec. 10. He









. Jonas
and will serre 1t * Durlog Auguat last f went to Montreal ta con ult a speclatins
fe d-cided oa 80

eufterlog terribly with Stove ta the Biadler,
was assisted by anotherdoctdr. They skid the calculus was las
and ton bard to crush and they could not take ft ou. Tt?
f retucne 1 boine sofferiog
did know what todo bat was
by a fcowad wr tiy GIN PIL!
box and found rellef from
took « second and &
PILLS, after wbich I went!
apectalet. IHetold methe
uced in size etil be could
ot rt hough be tried for twe
alt. 8
Tfecurned home again acd
take GIN PILLS a6 ther,
vory much, busy t did soto:
would relieve uie of the
grass joy { passed the stove
and au now 4 well man
1 arn sending the atone la
you can can «ea for Tae
work GIN PIUts did for me’
are the best rocdicine in the world. and because they did 0
will recommend them all the rest of my Ilfe", ALUERTI =

Wohset glorious paws to these who are alinnst going {osane
of Btoneln suv Bladder! Here is ease aud « entoitt Hera bs
acettain means of getting rid of the sone without being cut to
knife cfasucgeou. QIN PILLS dusolea Stone or Gravel In K'
der bacauso GIN PILLS are the greatest auiveot for urie
rer Femur, trouble sa Like Me. Lessard’s, follow ha examploved

your trouble ya Like Me. esate, follow
PILLS. Money refunded if they fallto ive relief, Saunpls barb
write us, mentioning thie paper,

National Drug and Chemicsi Co, Dept., Toronto, Oanade 72

If the bowels are constipated and fivee torpid, take Nation:
Pille—a box I

7

A-DRUC

NA-DRU-CO, Laxarid]
These confections are pleasant to,

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WEAK, PUNY, AILING CHILD-
REN NEED FERROL.

ANY little boys and girls come
Mttening into our store who are
weak, thin-legged and holiow-cheeked,
We wish every mother could know
what cur Ferrol will do for such
children, We promise that it will
cereale flesh, build them up, and make
them robust, strong and rosy. .
WHAT MAKES CHILDREN WEAK

AND PUNY?
Rapidly growhg children ned a
reat deal of vitality. They grow
‘ast, play bard, and work too hard
at echool. Then the sppetite be-
comes fiiful, and they hte awake
toauing restlessty at night, or cry out
becanee of bad dreane, Buch
children are tlred an,Y worn when
they ought to be lively and playful.
They need Ferrel,
Ferrel will aleare corcect’ these
troables, and make for each child
new vitality, solnd flesh aod musc’e
tlasue, strong bone -structure, and
rieb pure, red blood.
CHILDREN'S DISEASES,

Neasies, scarlet fever, chicken-pox,

whooping cough -these and some
others are ralled = “children's
dixeaser.” They are dangerous.
How often do you hear @ inotber
eay, * My little gitt has never been
strong sfoce abe had the measirs,”
There diseases ucdermine the health
of young children, and leave them
broken down, thin, weak, subject to
headaches, depression, and some.
thines woree. More than one child
bas driftedinto consumptlon, ordeaf+
ness, or Lecome a chronic Invalid
after auch @ disease.

FERROL HASTENS RECOVERY,

Justaseoon as your child begins

to get.a_little better, begln using
Ferrol. Ferrol Ja a vitality-making
tonle for chfidren, It requires
almost no digestion at all, and can
uot upset weakened stomacke, ag do’
ald fashloned cod Ilver oll and emul-

sions’ Itmekes strength feats and [efficient in use, Taken as directed t
fills out hollow eheeke, and makes duce free and casy actions ae

























svorn with fever and pain. Ferrol

thin little legs aud arms plump a: ?

thin little legs pump and | discomfort,
We have many letters from grateful
mothera whose children owe their
health, aud even life, to Ferrol,

Sole Agent—Smith Bros, and Co,

They are best taken at bedtimely
be taken ‘whenever convenient, Use
fion as an after cffect does not follox)
use a3 is the case with many io

Ja ibe Sapreme Coast

Io the matter of tha Katate of Josey They do not disturb the d gestive on
They contain the best laxative knowl
recommended for anygcy
Thelt oi

Whart sometimes called J Ww
of the town of Bt. Joseph tn “he
se'aud of Tilaidad—Deceared,

are highly
either children or adults. r
best when chewed up and mixé
the Saliva,

oo

ARNOTT LAWIBIE & yes
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EPH'’S PHARANS

ort application bas been madeto ms

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Foo. Here are some Latest Arrivals suitable for the Rainy Season. ;

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As above but self opening—&1.00 and upwards, very strong. A Large Variety. Tan and Black carreet fitting -60c. anit Fe, ,
PYJAMAS—Mercerived Acrtes, plain and striped, $2.0 to $3.60— | UMBRELLAS AND PARASOLS —Yery Dainty—Tlach and Faney, | She RUBBER “HOB HOLDS for Ladies quickly adjusted, -

“The last word” in cool Night Wear. 48 cents to 83.00, IR CANVAS 'TOP GOLOSHES for Ladies, Children and Gents—'
- Mereerived Americun Style PYJAMAS ~Chinesd Front $1.08 to $3, FANCY MELTON CAPES, L fies st celts Walle
Se NE alee Dab EME PXTAMAS at 144, Black, Navy and Brown, neatly Embroidered, 5, - to $3.60. adles rong’ a Ing Oxford Shoes,

Comfortable, Durable and Washable,

? ASPLENDID STOCK OF Now Rain Coats an
i Watorproof Capes. a

A large assortment of Kitted Woollen & Silk SHAVWLS- 48¢ to $5.00 Low and Medium Hcels, for wet weather, in Viei & Gunmetal. ,
Warm Underolothing. | Also Court Shoos-!n Luglith & American Shapes. 4

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ry -of-Snai RAL HISTORY FROM REPORTIN LONDON ABOUT} MOVEMENTS OF STEAMIRS. | Hamburg Ameri
PRINCE LINE. The Port-of-Spain Gazette | NATURAL, rere SIR SYDNEY OLIVIER, | ho Boyal Mal Sram fackst bo, — eg eee

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PORT-OF-BPAIN NAKE! . GOING TO HONG KONG, ne emg ge — SLA —' n .
BUNDAY, 2st APRIL, 1012, THE SNAKES OF TOBAGO —— Koninkiljke W. In| Vitis Atueriean Lingle dockets
(From a Correspondent) @\LARY ATTACHED TO OFFICE, dische Maildrenst from Hamburg viv St Thomas on or

sonkeesenthe island fs fortunate onthat lixan Link Spavice | Gueseaa, taking mails ont,

We hare frequently pointed out fn | ecore, But the Naturalist wants the | London, writlng to a fiiend of his JRINS WILT EM TM -The Royal Dutch \ RORUEND Te pee aes piecklen: i

eTR iN] PAP TO N ‘ W ya R K IN SEVEN D AYS THE RECURRENCE OF RABIES. Ir {s eaid that there are ko polsonous a The Jamales © Meaney * ea otha THE Horat. Dutca Mau to cA Gener Pie ciferranls



these columns that it Is one thing ta | number of epeciea and their names, | in Jamaica, saya that it ia being whiv | Mall Steanie * Pring Willem TUL ts

.
" . legislate and make regulations forthe {ihe two principal authorities fa red in official circles that Iis Gaeel | due here frou Austerdam st Paramariio [ {ite ‘sue here from Veneruelan Ports
4 OF i protection of the public and quite | thispart of Nhe Vrockd Ae Menara, [Jency Sr Syduey Obvier is practically | and Demerara on or about tad April 19.2, I crate April 2ith next proceeding
il another, and that an even more im-{ 1, Hichardsoa Mole and 3°. W. | boobed for the appointment of Gover | proceeding afterwants to Carupano, Cu! Cr inguras taking eargo, passengers and
portant matter to be sure, that the! Urich of Trinidad who have given | nec of Hong Kong, after hie termof mapa, Guanta, LaGuayia, I'to, Cabello, ( wyuits BO pa
. evactments and reguistions when {the “enakelife aubject, for many ,oftice in this colony expires The : Curtiao Jacmel Aux (ayes, Pattau

‘ . made are thoroughly aod eficiently | years now close, systematic study, | correspondent addathat the Impres. , Prince and New York taking cargo, pase fo
Ok THIS LINE administered. The Statute Book of znd from them Xre should like} sion prevails that Sie Sydney would PAS Wietse V.-The Royal Datch
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the Colony (with some well knewn | to learn whether a complete hiatof the | perfer to return to the Colonial OMe 3 ‘ tp > .
. limitations) and the rules aodregula: | Tobago snakes has ever been published, Cit that the men dn influence there { due fail sieamer, © Pring Willen v or ag Trinidad line of
CWP dl an seedeerejent? here cach month at regular tatervales, [tions made in the Executive and | aod if6o where ? think that the seevices of so capably | about vith April 1912, proceeding after + teamers
_ Legislative Gouncile end elsewhere | The non-poisonous snake fe really fen administrator would be of great | wanis to laramaribo, [avro and Amster qT 5 *
x E IGHT Oo LL ought to be sufficient to secure the | the plaoter’s friend here, for he fs con- | valus to the Empire if they were made | data taking cargo passcugers and nualie, Thapers Coan’, ann |
al FR F A Kl NDS protection of the local public In most | stantiy destroying numbers of rate | use of in the Far Eastern colony PEs VILLEAL 1 —The Loyal Datch ANACAS.—The aw sata an" of the {
A . . . . respects. Bat they arenot, and for} that ars auch a nuisance and enemy to The present Governor of Hong Kong da Mat Steamer, ° B ay W Aten, I” da \ ‘Trialdad Line wilt feave New Yore 3
EWill be Carried'with Special Care | thisresson: That the carrying out | cocoa and coconuts, in Sir Frederick Lugard, G MCG, 1 aie 11) trom Ametendaun via Parana | for Trinidad via Grenada ou the Lith Apell
i - . of these enactmentw and rules and When passing along the hack parla D8.0, The date of his appointrneut | thio & arm on oF about h May i Wit aud tedus toartive herpon the set
c regulations by the authorities is/of the Englishman Bay district of | to the governorship was May 1. 1907, Pomemng kt La Guayra, Vo Cabelic’ April 1912. e
AT EXCEPTIONALLY CHEAP RATES often lax in the extreme, Now and | Tobago and not farfrom Paslatuver | ils term will thereforeexpiteon April | Guracao, lacmel, Aux Caves, Port att M AYARO —The as, “Mayaro” of im
7 ots again the powers that be, spurred on | recently, the wilter met a full giown | 3, 1913 Alinoet simultaneously eit | prince A New Looe takir g onrgo, paseén zd N Trinidad Line will leave Trinidad
pVarying from 25 per cent to 50 per cent uncer Current Bates | by public ventiment, manage to dis: | Cribo snake with another which had | Hydoey Olisier’s term of ollie ia | pris aud tunis for New York direct on the Zied April 1018
Sg play a feverish degree of energy and [been taken in for more than three ] Jamaiva will come to an end for Hie RANIE NASAL —The Royal Duteb | 2 HO We Nr ey at 1612,
Charged by Conference Lines. activity, ‘Ihe pity of It le that thie} parts of ite length as there wae only | Excellency wae appointed towards the Mall Steamer ‘Oranje Nassau (a due 7 © Crowe at Nanay ARTES The 6.8;
, [excellent condition of affsirs never the head part and some 8 inches pro- | close of Apzil, 1007. here (rom Venezuelan Ports on ot about | bine will leave New York for Trinlded
Excellent Accommodation provide. for limited number of Cabin } lasts, and so for many wouths of any |truding out of the cribos mouth, | The salary attached to the governor: | [ith Ray 112, proveding after®erds t0 | directun the Zéed April 1utg and is due to
Pa 35.00 coach. patticular year enactments and rules | Whether it was dueto ty presence, | ship of Houg Kong {incinding cuter. | Parataaribo Taste aud Arusterdau taking | arrive tigre on lat May 1912,
ssoagers at €35.00 oad acdregalallove for the protection of } or not, Leansot say, bat itat once be- | tainment allowance) Iv 0,00) per an. , CMa passennein sud tially, ARACAS, The am “AMoracas ofthe
P or not, Ts JRINS MAURITS —The Hoval Dukh
f the public ate gltber 60 pouch waste an to disgorge Its victim, which bad bun, I Mail-etoomer “Dring Meurite ledue Pa xarinidad Ute will leave ‘Tstnidad
adminis ns ei o ‘at until, », e via Gretada on ie
"9 THE FULLOWING[STDAMERS WIIL CALL AS UNDER, Vies | Petfunctory rouance,” Never ar'year | withia. three. rliites ‘etter’ coming ———-= and Detnetara on cr atout av May Tork | Ait? Wie aul ts vue to arrive there on
dg. “INDIAN Prince’ here on 2ith Apitt, 112, | feanereilustratiog the truth of thie | hod'*been ejected unc the ground, Uitrnue Cuanta ta Gaara 10 Caleta, | (YTUNAUA Then Grenade jot |
as : INDIA } FINCH | go ot, Tons due here on ith Noy . statementoccur. Ase elight iostance | The latter had a yellow belly, black BISHOP OF CHINA SAYS Guracay, Jacmel, Aus Unvew, Port au ice New York sha Crenada on the whee
) SCOTTISIL PRINCE” 5,100 ,, ” ” Yon of it, we mould refer our reader to Dr back, and the tall propos tionately aeecngers'an? ania, urk taking cargo May, 1912 and ts due toarrive there on j
: Biackw: sight's remarke on mi lengthy and whip-lke. Tho bac ne pnene ; 7 . May sth 1912.
, All further informa'ion will be tarnished by adulteration putdished in our "items of | had’ bern broken « foot below the bead. EMPIRE !S SEEKING PRINS FRBDRIK HWENDRIK The | May ;

pews" yesterday, But the most deplor [Ita length pretty well totalled that of CHRISTIANITY. Prev al 1 Putab Mail Stentoer Hine oe

ablecaee is the recent recurrence of 9 the cri " fteelf!” When shot out of the _ Veocauclan Porte on or about 2ith May OO
0 fact that, Tor some ‘onthe past the | the groonds it wasstil aller, out tele |, Buhonzawis of China res cathy wave | NY rere and Auaierdats ishing ca Lamport & Holt Line
° ° a
: 9 e @ | efforts of the authorities have become Bresumed that it died (although not Preseyit terre teat oumtey a wa Dane ngers mind bunlly of Steamere,

celared, aod we are afraid thet they lestroyed by vutForation, be ib noted. big ftw future prospects regarding #& ~~ Konwkhiko w. tue Grouat KH, Arston &}

7 be acquited of culpable veg! the cribo’s bell i oe K Co—Agents,
4 GEN TS. pence fn this uratter. Ie wae because eine peeee bar k hich bad change in govginment to an audience <3 dies Maild:enat VV ASANI—The as “ Vasarl” ip due

we feated that whet has occurred | been caused undoubtedly, while in the jn Brooklyn. ite epeeuRhe, greetings. New York~Param «ribo here from Juenoa Alcea on Saturday



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— Sem would occur that we advocated, when | process of being ewallowed. me? Bervi.e, ith Ayal and will leave the sane day
. tables firet broke out here, more strin- P Earller in ike day (s hot, sunshioy born oul of the most aot jen reine | Tee Korat Doren sart—Ageyrs Heat alae taking cargo,
66 29 ent measures than were approved of | one) at Ruonamede, a grey coloured, | will survive, the speaker believed it is OPPENAME, ~The ss, GCoppename
. ~ f the Geveroment at thetlme. Tov | glender” whip snake” was also seen. * bec h is due here frou Paramanto on Son
” , Hed dog-1 P not a question of surviving because the | day sad April 1012, and will teave next omens
fnenced oe ttacriy antagpalstie PARROTS. Fepubl c which iy suppowed to beexie YT day at noou precisely direct for New York 3
to ang meaturea for the stamping out | | Nolay lote of the Tobego parrot are | Wikre ta now ta China awort of pro | SUMNER es Mtetowijoe | SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ;
> o ° of hydtophobia, as has been proved to be teen flying about Varlatuvier visional goverument, and no man can \ lndue bore from New Votk ou Mon -—
' oves and over agalu ia this rest ar ev | just now, They are felily largo ul ck | tell whattbe next step will be, China | day dtl May $012, aud will leave the same ARRIVALS,
oO LS 1m Oo countries, the Government declined to | set birds, green aud yellow in eolOUr, | hay hopes for m republic, bub the | day for aramaribo taking oargo pamen | ee ith,

: fake the tinlod dope irreapective of | tinttetnce cre cought while young | Trallsalion seus to be far off, sald | x ina malt rue wa, “Barumacca” | a host Criscohal vias mms cee tone |
? : ‘ bived or ownersip, Nor in their | and then Taught to talk after being in ve line hes felt," he aald, “the Ni ue here fro Varainaritin ow Son | andl ‘passengers, ‘To Cla An de Nev
FOR POLISHING efforta to prerent he diease in ther | captivity a few weeks but, we under | youch of anew We anda neve inspire: | 40} att Stay LM, a to See Yk [Tint Go OF Vere
| play that solicitude for the protection and eaten by certain of our people {lone has teed CHlna 4 it fe thone ta Ing care. hansen Te wud really. ne" Inacas apa cues woop, Marcana, 9
| BR 4 SS COPPER NICKEL SILVER andsafety of the public whic! ought to when full grown. They feedon seede | corner then od throogh ble Church, Mares SNL. Thess. “ Marowljne” tons, 1 Wes glue ond 7 eee, coco

WKS ’ 9 have beets thelr fyet cares Gra tune, to (flowers also) ane their eae enaeeaesite Chine is weklng te lap u e trad leseons via, Uarbadlou ont uesday 1 ith May ole. Mirna . Veney arbor Gullarte, 0 tons,
iM 2 . | c ¥ ave next day At noon preciae 3 bor Sint: y we
AND GOI D o largely by the board, and we have | trees which give theus thelr food, or iu Consider ke republie In the renee of | direct for New York teking ‘argo panets cocoa, ‘aud't passengers, olou, Su bege !
4 a weard very I oe ot tn emus’ “Now, Seite ts sig the altrtetealue. oue governinent heres. there pet . CiottERaN Ihe se Coppenarus Comune 10 Pitt stmr, Wakersan. oie
affec oO ef dello * Psign that such a reprubtic could be in- ‘ ‘ . one
. ot 4 ‘ J induc hi hom raribe on Son ‘al di a
’ Guaranteed Not to Scratch. wei tioee’ cbac ehule. from Lares Oe | ing time of thess respective Lreve, augurated in bins at any time wi bi | SH Alay TULE and wil lewve next [Maya at ean bat cnansneee Te {
he Fi ' six weeks fe tbe average period of Io: THEPAGE BUTTERFLY IN aie organi ing tbe government in | {a9 at vero! pane sngernand toallee York oa
; ¢ is . = 4 3 =
The Finest Polishing Material Ever lade. \ d Lasts Longer spay extend to threa snonths oe elat, |, Thie moth (we chink we are con tct Aina woverniuent for maby yeare to Compagnie Gonerala ee Taltimore, wa Ho toed
ar or more, while wealea polot- G 1 » more, ’ ous
7 OWL CLOTH 1 ebemlentiy wort aa ran polsblog material, | ed cut that It Wes no pee exempting 13 Sided sone ith is now to be eae | ope ole now hase thers fe tut \ Traueatlan iqne Trloidad rude Lake’ Arobati. By the
god (ul moe nneportant, wih 1 «hewieal combination that scte on ibe surfece | any part ot the te and from lo Eng}shmao’s Bay, on the noth side P that few iv ofthe beet in the Eurpire. AGENT, wth
flotth. tov als pivvent tarnishing for a long time after polubing. clavion in a thet with | ot the iland but only in sparse nu: Lisbon Laais went on tu say that Pprnets tee Freach Mail Steamee | Conpunisa — Vones boat, Caupo, 3 tons,
OMY CLORIT dows not dry out, tui remeine soft and molt, Alwaye] We further stat a bere, and whether the saine kind, or | the Chivesy race le destined tu become “Perou in due hese from Venesue | ‘Tucuplta, saudry pkgs oides.
ree *y for insta: uve, Will nov hurt the wout delicate hande, a Pasteur Insiltute po nearer | ol hich periodically ewarme about | the leading race of Asia. Ite divpelled — jan partion of aluat the Wb Apel and wre .
. ‘ jaar Nol york eel nd een the Queen's Patk, Port-of Spain and | the fear ofthe yellow perl by waving ni pbrooeed afterwards to Martinique Time wat Venes sloop, Gonzales, U tons,
ons of ~ 1 . niauder, jenuk wn O ter, sundr: 4
PUL Ts. STZ CLOTEL Lr | eaten cope ce Rents ae [ie cy, mi bc ectted by 82 | at Cee, taint tne | Hetretatgpaacnore cargand a's ented SS tog toon
GUALANIBED TO CONTAIN 20,8Q. INCHES. danger it Teluldad wee eee All way theru le a pparently po difference scholars, their therchants, a real M £ bOM aye eee Tene ures tape Bion atlant ea qs tous
‘ * . , . from that one lo eithe: the colouring, | ists, and artisans then they dy ol the Te Guadeloupe, Martinigue ant St Ducts | Enisnavsa Veues sebar, Mojas, 4 to
. there warnings fell on deaf tara The ight or the form, ‘The food | eoldiers, ‘Ihe Chinaman, tu, be ssid, | 74 usleloupe, t vex Solar, Bojas, Be
SULB AGENTS IN TRINIDAD, measores that were adopted | THe tee Bid the Jarvee, of the page [jee lover of children aod vue of the by da bare on OM cteroardata Liomerata i vavesnger sundry pkxe mdse and
- aoe ee eee or twethelnutticient ttesHy hed remained . soruptete greatest woikeiela . ela, Surinam and Cayense, taking cargo, pas ‘Mi Roonny. Beit dat Mata, om tons,
; dinystery to all Naturaliste until some sengers and mails. Carapauo, susdry phase nidse and
measures decided on by the autbort ogo the talented artlet and assis- —rr punseugate.
g | ues were actively pursued. Dog eee nologist, de. Guppy of the i es Frederick 1 eylaud Maniya Venes Ceateno, 51 ton
9 cacbere were busy all over the, aot Trinidad Hoard of Agriculiuie, solved »- & umpany Lul § Colon, suwdey phas ues an
0 : Ls 4
Gin Marine HqQuare, anurans tom large number of {ale the probleas. nul* Rien viluber SUFFRAGETTE CODE. Tax New | mae Om) vanie sebar, Janesio, to
2 | people. Theo, just at the tine when Hs rds Ww the toe of ibe high —— ET hee A ae Crlababal cacdsy pkgs unde, au
— [ePetforts of tbe euthorites should uh ch guce rae eed. ‘was AMUSING NAME FOR MINISTERS. | | WISIANAD— Then @ poole Bare | i ne
have been) most etreouous, they wele | rood pleut of the cates pillar (“wornt”) - dox on or abou April, procesding vi * » ai tone
8] EAM d th: ee UenOS la the Bow-Htseet preascetion of the P 8t, Vincent, 2 tugs sugar aud sundry
radually relaxed au sone coteoe with | ofthis charining aud beautiful iusect. | surtreagewe ore 06 a chapee of con afterwards “ our Feo Eabelle. a
Vid DARUALOS TONE onmia circurreace of tte docaag. a toch [1044 damnit go that iif cony to | ET gaed ent mome at Canal | eaten ood _
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runny _| Tope | ebay, AM ere bee NS | pages we | breton tion cr ce pease kay reeriing ticiwarts| CLOSING OF MAILS.
VAge AT “ iow apa n 3th ney on ha Biot pedald, ands tee baye aid APTEH JOY RARA OF Awruata.— Dr eowarop we tcpiceal Inking Sarno passengers aud aiuila, if a!) to Carapane, Coma La
VOUNROS os) hao) Mey oa | Gud Bed Eeistcanecape an adictannss te this | peoved tbe ooly tlle fr one yratl | Revie te oe, ae Zo Cilamgaw Diroot aire fia eat SRoWiee aS
BYRON "| tba Nive Leth Jace see 188 | reepect of contributury negligence. weet ad tule is but One cure among Lite Ms Lloyd George. Line of Steamers, Pit peels” Noghtretion ay a
. the one recognimd remed: a Dock . bit Konaa. larsioan Sires ane 2! paw

- become a
ee c. Ithas eemed ite eon Patina Go) AGENTS Maile fur Nin York by the ”
Laursrione accc wap dahon at moderate tater, epecietly catered for altrgeeated falling offeytivences. It Ben a, oxi rhe out cess OF CABLILLE Thee. | yengms Ill bo slowed om ‘Tuewlay mat

4 Bape . Aited w ih farsi «Wiss Tote faye i ! Wl Malls (us Now York
{ ‘ . \ belt fe Bay wadors oo shout 7th mF « Yoo * Ma “
For sates ol paps oad a forthes belersation, ores ¢o om Agent Peisrusloator,, Rescues he ‘how Specie within tbe reach ol! vaiteriag past tor iby Treasury, Med Howe ‘i | tastes proves, sherweids t Dean will te closed ow Tuseday Bird ut po
~ GEO B. ALBION o eeicg Depertaes | frowp ssperieees how weetul Hemesity. d Yard.
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Thousands uf mothers cau tvetify to fo earning it today, as it has done fur codes seange ter inatitations are “Crown uf Castlile in due bare at 10 am,

late t klag cargo passeugers aud walls Legi-teation of 290 p.m.


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BRUCE 18May" peyip :
MAY" DENIES OVER
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of waile from those fivating, lasting
for an hour, dying gradually away
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sullervingamung the survivors-some : Jase, The woman was arreated Gy
were fiozen te death fa the boats, COMMODITIES rought befone Mr. TE Power’?
and others rescued with theie clothing | & 2th Apel, W12, on Voday and remanded to the 20th

frozen to theie bodiew, She disbeliavea
that Captain Smith committed suicide

CHAIRMAN BRUCE ISMAY'S

2 DENIAL
Me. Bruce Iemay Intertiewed, denies
the “Titanic” was ever tun at full
epeed. bhe never made her full num-
ber of revalutions, and no effort was
made fora maiden record. He left in the
last boat. Questioned regarding ths
sufficiency of iife saving apparatus, he
declined to answer; but ha welcomed
an Investigation by a committee of
United States Senators who met blin
on board the * Caipathla” to assure
hia attendance before the committee,
to whom he had already commun:
cated his impressions informally

New York, April 2th.
Me. Bruce Ismay waa the firet wit-
news hefore the Senate Uomnilttee, and
testified. He took the last boat, be-
cause there were no more women
-— byace.. wiben the bost was ready;

HE LEFT IN THE LAST | sraphed. ‘STE
” CARPATIT a's CAPTAIN'S TES-

BOAT, TIMONY.

fs

‘The Captain of the “«Oarpatbia,”
“CARPATHIA'S”” CAPTAINS TES-
TIMONY.

MEAT inst in, berowa surety. tt is ang:
142 Ozen: 4.aibe, Opentog price IS, | Bestet (hat the man this in order
t and Ze. Closing price 12 Piod Toe, is et ridofthe woman who was at

2 Calves: 23tibe. Opening price Ze, js house.

Cloali toe 18, oT TATE
13 Hogat Fibs. Opening price 15e. WATER, WATER, WATER

Closing price 12c, i



Much credit ie due ta Mr, Harris
rsueeg BR Scling pce an ne, | Hereai Warden ef Nari fo
‘ are applying tt wantry distil
zbiign tite, Seling price ax, zi, feuneiing the country, dlatota wie
ve no, | 4 practically a waterfamine, He bas
reuerantias Giro vpoviny”” | ine oueine throueh the Kledgre of
Ponti rwsafealy, Lets, Moe | tant, Village named aghre,'« 7
Halle, Moun Tren bee hipped vane ihe district wita that preclous Tigatd,
Ord ee eee. s, Tomatoes, Cush Mersr sO ECLA LS
Cush, Cucumber, Parsley, Bread | 74) having bought over toe kn
‘! 5 M Wa
Smallquentity—Sea mone, Case, Molou- | Will comutence a Dig Cheap Baie ee
genes, Guinea Pepper, Ochroes, the store in High Street to-morrow,
es, Claret Bite ae us sarin: AUC MIGE wil dust for one week
Ord eee ealet te Pawpaw, Star sacritice, San bernandiang wil hare
Apples, Soursop, Water Meloo, bagel thla week securing the

Goose berries.
Small quautity—Topi-tamba, Gr legal a
“Fat park,” Guava, Poiedous, Cus-

tard Apple. HIS MASTERPIECE,

Rial,

P| —_ » Red fieh, Ca .
eer a ean Aecktet Teccteu. rete, popes borellat had hed a tough
+ Fe
Sinall quant ty~bhiimpe, Grouper, ihe hed his talents in peor esteem
= 4 . Ry Fucks | aud eften arge ry ry something
ont eg Pork ‘ghtiapes aud Urabe | olae, for the was somellines bungry
small quantity. and all the time ilielad, Bat one dey
es hisluck changed. He bagan to make





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Rostrom, teviltled: commending the
conduct of all the survivors and the
crew, and that he regarded the "Ti-
tanic’s' course aod management as

t.
OT EMORIAL SERVICE AT ST.
PAUL

8.
London, April 20th.
The Lord Mayor and BSheritfs, mem-
bere of the Cabinet. and diplomats
attended the Memorial Service in
Saint Paul's QGasthedcal yesterday.
Thounnds were usable to enter. Alt
stood during the playlng of the Dead





IE REGARDED THE ‘TITANIC'3*
COURSE AND MANGEMENT
‘AS CORRECT,

MEMORIAL SERVICE AT ST.
PAUL'S

LONDON NE‘VSPAPERS NERCI-
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—— u money. Aud thera camea day when

y 3 ‘ 3 of q { 4 | 2 WITHOUT ANY ire! Ch to Maach from “saul” Hundreds wera MR. LAMONT AT THE VIC- hoe pole ta write hla cheque for
‘ | te € es + 5 £ . b Wireless Chaos in United States unable to control thelr emotion, and TORIA INSTITUTE $10) and paste ited ith te e.

STEAMED. i Ea | — a SE | Lf SPECIAL CONDITION —— sobs were suilble, Mr, Catlinle, the No . reife foe Milled with tears ae obe

& . $1 <5 |
TT ees i | FROM Mr, Halde'a, the “Titanie’ surviving COPPUMEMURIAL SKEUVICE IN Noruan Lamont» lecture *Farmiog | she hastened around the table and put

ign Navanue fr 8g far gE Se ARE: ape 1 AE rien onetatr, Intertered PY p HiiaLis ie Demat cept | Bes acts avert ek EH ke

a |Alar, ars : : ° , “Time's” reporter, describes bis col "
. Apr. 10 |Apr. 23 Apr. 24]. Stay 11 . , . 1 Sorvice will beheld ia Joria fostivute on Vsldsy the JOU tatoo, your work This fs the beet
ARO tee. u age. 20 ar By P af 8 \May 4 Mey i $2,000 Upwards league's Phillip’s herofc performance 5h ere habla so aurrow. May nett at 6.4) pom Admiulon to | thing yoa Seen wrote," @

«. [May
We OF Navanng) | pr. way I /May 6 diay lt ote ae Tiler rhea even ener tbe lecture will be as fullo. ai Mem:
aba

‘May 21 May 22 |Sey #9 whom Buide

In the act, tried to} LORD MAYOIUS FUND aQuow-













33. age

tyr. #0 latay ‘8 [May Apply to bers and Associates uf the Institute ~ —
2t |May 31 ~ aoe 8 pe'y tesla lifebuoy Lride had fasiened on nG. ‘ 1 . —_"

icas : i : May ay May y ay P (Tue It [June 12 jJane 19 Phillips, who continued wirelesslig | The Lord Mayor's fond has reached Fee se ate oe eee ey
Nae Navanue’ | ‘une 8 June ld June at . June vy throughout the scene, Hilde Jasteaw | £50,000 and is growing. 1! pets o ‘of ite Agriculture ind ands
tape tuue 7 (uustd fuse ls: . | Sune Huns w [aly Phillipe wirelessing after Captain y . i FLoon | * story & PRICES CURRENT.

Juty iuly 9 . oly 17 BOTTOMLEY ON TH teoure Syeten,
axe [ions July 8 un? uly aly 19 Waly w [uly £7 . faith bad ordered every wan to look te, Bote | ® Cutses of sgiloultural prosperity. —_

“yo . . or bimee! ' Cominoms, Mr, Bot- y
“Tho 8S " HOW THE “TITANIO’ STRUCK || Jn the House of 1 1, Eduoation
_— —_.—_----- iH oved to adjuurn tu call at- , y . . pril 19. \petl 20,
STEAMELs SAIL FROM TIER 31, BROOKLYN. h toros, THE ICEBERG. cney ete Hoard’ of ‘Trade's.tn- Pe ee ET cboule. NEw: yout

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f ., Ltw—New York and Trinidad . ‘ warlermdster Moody, in an intea- life Me. :
ct, Dene a ee A oom PING OO" CONNELL & LO, LTD)—Demorsm | Financial, Commercial and Insur- wo states the "Litectc" was stea tue toed Peete etal Soren hi tow oe University. Slater Clears or bs .
‘D ance Ageais ing @1 knots, under orders for @ rood | inat it wae not desirable to legislate rae ee end Purchase AYE per Tre SEDO F1 a3
* Do not carry passengers from new New York, b maides, pares, Salts ported the helen ina panic, and the subject dropred. 1S, bruail Holdings, Me eicted pos bal $3.00} 5.90
u rene DY: SRULL! ; . e
“I S RECOVERED too late ¢ and ehe struck therlinerged NKWSPAVER eRe by fil, OO ee farming COR caaen’s per brl. o .
; NVESTMENT WANTED STAMP e — <= , Petey OFFICERS ACCOUNT. serpents Pre are disvatisfied with 3, Do-wperatlon anong elk ey Mess par bel — 19).80] 19) 20
- §OR -- ret cl * r. Huxton's statement, aud merol- pat) bokters,
EST IN-$ g SILVER CIGARETTE CASE wes} Coionel Grannie, of the United the b . ve UW) per ewan,
900.09 On Int Class Secu ADEA tN PRT puvehase A lost, but was recovered through | states Army, says the “ Titanle ” feoe bo tue ory Counittcee. tes G oo OP a Tea ers. Dy fae Ujena
von Cocoa Property. Will , ; “ Ture being eograved.—Yotter Get yout | steamed 514 knota on thelith, She commendation of the addition of 4. Copenhagen Mile supply. Mossevade 10 per eat, 361
perty t sell! | exchango!—ALFRED Yowelry engraved by was expecting to surpass that.on the | tone trebuats to veasele of 43,000 Ape ‘ Duty Wald oo $2.01) 93.51
Lin two sums. Apply to ner, 26 Park Ptrect, N..—B BORNWN’S 15th, aud there was no slowing after | C84 ce muore. “Phere in equally bitter & Poultys- Fare ing. MOLAMEMS
, Wmtweswits, ap intment if nocossary—Mar - the warning af an leaberg, Ale de- | critielum of the Wiceless chose [0 the ee unk ee ERA BS th pow
UWeb—hu, TABDAQUITE. = 2ath—)m. , | © QUEEN STREET. tendiets tbe reports of a nr at a ‘ Side. | Yaited “ee AS COMING & A Model Ureat Kotate. ote: Daye Se .. a 1 Wat
= ee clares the revolvers were flied for a —_—_—_—— 1, “ “e
Purposes ot ty te killandtodetae * Slaracas” ariived fae ee SAN FERNANDO NEWS. Tri Bistout UBM bagas
. ere taken quietl, hang | Tetulded about Spm: J'sssengers: = .
een were quietly a Mesars, Abram and T. Abbott Uotens, (From a Correspondent.) ng Uplend Pe esealiiss
: 38, JW. Standich, Ludwig, Dreyfus san TER reg ey
e 7 .! Other eaweoigeta ieatlty| we display | Hrs Abbott Gotoos and Miss Hydla ADMINISTERING UROUND eee us
mz ° le and cut faces, | oof of | Dacos
t beh iefae bran aay au COMTHOTION aus, [oAitatadtttuM uta tetttnt tts | Hash TOne pac emts
Richardson land Selway ? gle tr heres of ahi shee’clave are \ In Demerara races news pingee read chaine of eduintstering ground glans Lonven. Apa
é ‘ ’ at by slokers and oilers: but teey | mestiog aod flnpaicay alco" BA” | Pentel. ir fate are tha , both Toes syoau:
so “ BIG SALE . CLOy Ure convoys anaemic [A New York, ah, | Teatetgie months, which time | ee ale Vining Tw jew

DESCRIPTION, Geeveds arrived. a wormse With eee gta ber on |, Tome re aan

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' . FR : Duff Gordon, | interview, lived eal 8 per cont.
“To - ‘ esyerherasdinaovabout 1umme whee heave and ihe ea owing 0 Bs"%nen ar aflanbenen, ok
’ PRINTS . . she saw the “Titanic” gave a cu _—— “\netion. bey were unable zo any sve. cont. &
ape erent, nd weunentous cape T LI y tbe day with area ‘ 2 BUM we v1 shea
. . 7 in questi mila
oreurred, followed, in two minutes obeleVe man went fur bis breakfast, aud :
. nowy. Ee, wor in Pic aveyaed saree | cee May tee Oi | rent gee fea | Ar Dao he
. , pendiculert: aa on us “ td, 4 "Morris | lp imurediately set out for the Ben
_—o—— . K finger with litte Aguses banging | Prete Tussday wird. i pa | Morrte ip imu ele Station and wily on t #4 per cont ee
‘ § ye om aed drupping, ecroauilog jebe never | Tube Tht Head ‘dary Company will | bis way be met Dele: tive beigt @ J | t NEES,
‘ Richardson and alway. ’ nt gush s chaius of peir. Fi Bee ee eee Drees! Drill Boyd Minar be wrlued hie story | Gib SHARED

es. Thureday Beh, 7 pam -Recraity

if
Waa taken ts the Hospital where | Gonseal Patroleun seul a
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r = ou ple t t u $b by lew. wu: .
m ‘ = stmt 3 is oe eens that he ee wh Oe Rauge Duty ~Sergt. P Corbin Me he has ot ity varetal ate, pees . ay aa w6— 230
Ke “ sueats were so gentle, § After he: dip- | ercation - Capra € ativns beve been made, uu trace uf dad Weetera de Ld.

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TRIENNIAL SCRIP AND ANNUAL

OASH DIVIDENDS, m wu
— strat wit
HOB UaE Fags ot cn, A
0! ip may now |
1,

spply aé the Compary’s Ollieg for thelr Are Br Mn NORMA N LAMONT

For first triental Scrip flesued for
FRIDAY, 10th MAY, 1912
. j » t > Mf 5 t
Sreocha BZ GO'S [rece ss neue

Policies dated 1008,
of the Inetitutes

For second trieanial Scrip lasued for
Policies dated 1905, p ed fo
The Fubl Shitbng’ cache
be Public One Salthng each,

_ BARBADOS.

Brocery Dopt.



















The Annual Vash Dividends of 5 per
cent declared as on 3let December
2911, on fices and second acrip for
Polickes dated 100{ and 1003 and on
ficat acrip for Policies dated 10-6; 1007
and 1003 are also ready for diatribution,

$





Â¥. MATHISON,
ce Do. Do. Pocket Editions, Nickel Cases, Port of Spal Secretary and Teeesarer, NEW GOODS NOW OPENING,
hole Hams 9 to 12 tbs £8e.| AUTOMATIC: STROPPING MACHINES —fut Stropping | Pael8et!s ror, ° . M A R | NE * HOTEL
peer tb, Gillette Razor Blules, only 9Ge each, Sate
ed G0e per lh,



Silk Cords—Silk Girdles. ea ceanain Open

Eo cure rin. no AULO Slrop Razors, Strops and Razor Blades, For tho Summer Season

{POBATED APE i233) 2ho per lb
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Trinidad Building and



















G2 Pyarurs . dle feria (SAFETY RAZORS at 1/6 and 5 - cach, for uxe with the{ LOan Association, |All Shades Cashmere at 12 cents.
F- APWLOLS Sse per Ib, Gillet Razor Blades. OF 1912.

OFFICE: 18 CHACON SIREET,
Telephone* &2,

IVIDENDS at 4 per cent to'}0th
June and 4) per cent to Slet
December 1911, were declared and
sanctioned at the last Genecal Meeting
and are now being credited ta the
respective accounte, after which tbe
usual Statcment of the Auditors will

in .{{Cold Lislo Throad Sox—with Fancy silk | yume Seen et ae
illum's & .raSpogial | ~ checks cents pate : rata aire Weta
f, sre 1 r NT rt balances standing at thefe credits;
Seoteh W aisky BOSTON GARTERS, SHAVING BRUSIIES sot Aarti anette
° TU D L N ke 6 sociation for eir reapective
YEARS OLD! - , ms which they may be enuiled. ot

romp HARM AL DE as ferton |SPIRAL WIRE ALRMLETS 8 cents and 10 cents pair, BLACK AND NAVY DRESS MELTON AT 246, | Umer the well known man.

agement of

Cambric All-Overs and Flouncings. MR.E.N. ARMSTRONG

3 per (lo,

= 38: <
ir manumiel” "| SHAVING SOAPS and CREAM.
PONS eh MeL ACK BA TSI k
SEC IBLACK BATSWING TIES in Silk Poplin—48e & 36e, —_— CLUSIVE MONT
Br I CK - 4 ale a a.
reries = PP rer Dy, Do. for evening wear, at 20e. naths vay to November,

GREAT BIG VALUES IN EVERY DEPARTMENT. |rrom 45 nous, UPWARDS,

According tu location of

SKEOCH & CO.|“88:.5—









A. B MATILISON, . * DRA. MARQUFZ
Cases contamntug 328 aud L N INNING & CO Secretary & Treasurer, 12 Frederick Street, Cfice : 64, Frederick Street.
Be ene teas eet J . G #H D ; o | PapotSpale | UL-TO DATE DRY GOODS MERCHANTS a ritigace fa Gold Crowas,

ern nnn f tte, Eanctaslity and estlefsction guare
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peldad's Lead: z Grocers, - HK GRIER WaAtTCE ee
EPHERS LMITD., | E M S Jatt rmseneswe | SAYLOR BOY” TOBACCO COMPETITION.) pqVANMAT Hite.
Tho Stouorecs, e e e 6 ye Shaatiy Goencd Pigs ree nes ALL COLLECTIONS OF CUUPONS MUs? BL HANDED IN TO —"S COVERNMENT HOUSED

mw _Oe Tongues Soorr Bown & CO. Te flowin bott watch ta bees
. reacely' ont areroor 6b
CRISTIES SODA BISCUITS, 6, BROADWAY, Port of Spain, Gulene fe publisbed, with a travalation le

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ue im 78 & 225, ! Kog lab, for generald formation,
* . - . . ive B a,
= wii wand biehsarede trends eee on or betoure the th May, 1012, and the canh Prise ato the y Comm ¢ ‘euacce,
HE WHOLE OF THE MACHINERY Try tiem ad be convlacad, salue of $230 will be awarde Land the maumes of the Winuers Wo. vss Uolvalal Becrevacy,
appoar in the various papers, two or three days aflerwards [ (Ne. 2%



% Luee nce. . : . . mh ew wan 7
Brand's Beef Ensen The Smoking Public are hindly requested to nave a AVIS AUX NAVIGATEURS
a 2 tortl . . % srize Competition, which MM. lee Caprtalues de navices acst
BRAN prowelog for gravics £ Goer, coupons fur the neat Hug Curl Bree find resent one. fofreme’ ae le vastivace vent dufea de
m Curry Powder, Cayence tepper | will follow shortly after the completion o I 116 det Hafent Herds, Guyase Frarg see,
vw BOUPS | fisre, AM ck Turtle, Os- leteas aotucilementa dé dre’, es que j seq a
ta

p t 1. :
Anny X U0, has now arrived, and clients
- + are cordially invited to in-

&

i i } O Mfe-bail, ue . ‘ wPEY p sS Lrp., Lendon, aan mee en 6.35 ea rue da laquile la
8S. “ CHOWN oF LEOH 8 ect what 1S without doubt a aio Ife-bail, Maltly For GODE REY PHILLIPS inp, - t éveesire vera prockaluewess tally ile ne
& fhe finest Motor Car Re alr- 0 Coles ie Lunch Tongues io THOS, W ORTIL, Representative slouent folk gomp er codengeee
50 Casos of ing Hquipment in the est ” Ostord sod Cambridge Sausigesio UVa avis sees ulioriourement publ é



~ quaat le fvoctivenevent s:ra a oouresa
Brand & Co, 19 pessport for all Mest nme on] | TAN

Preervesand Gronad fionds,



Jas, , : Indies. . nerarere ° ~ . EAN OT Cri

ie Eitan 1» @ Cus A LARGE STOCK OF Mecleagatywoersr inn, | WC ROSS & CO vsany IRANSLATION,

x ‘ ‘ Oe oO ree DB decoa COLONIAL DISPENSARY, NOTICE TO MARINERRS,

} and Liqueur Whisky a faney oer G4 B, Hocanee ol Anch (Qestuh. 12067) Captatas tL vane e aro Dotihed that the

7 7 ickles—Obow chow—siirkias, . , working of the light on the Isles
C esso Huved Fickes how Mallle’e While HEADQLARTEMS IN LUE WEST INDIES Log ALL THE MOol ” Menten’ Pardo Fieach Galans, & ot
' . . a rar, 3 ‘i . preaswt defetive, an : andl:
W100) yur Cana I u, a Ducal sme of the ont pve | |RELIABLE ENGLISH, FRENCH & AMERICAN PATENT MED CINES. |} Essisiaprorey the ecemary) wate au

we Yop Kotle lar brendeat regaler prise; IL aD connort on with which will be soca comes
.

Cakes=8choo, Kralt, Geovs, Mauily, Try us drat for anything required in the Drag Line. pleted, *hey sbouli cot re'y om a light

i , : a . ing showa at th's pile’,

KER) LNW) ShED SHORTLY ARRIVING, Hoyal 5 Feta de, fala gras Trail, 0 Pbysigana Erussiptionn Accaralely Prepared at all hour ben iberoetioe w'l be pab'iobed who

inten ton jos fa hala Qala tu stsorment. | | Blectric Night Hell. (Queewt Street. © | yretehr te sent ta ron wk oe onde.
a iti Ut to be had at— LS SS Son “OTICE

mii Uhs s stuchade's In addition to thepr esent | |aui NOTICE



k of Carbide, Sparking
Pups, Wire Terminals,
Springs, Brake Wire, &c., &C,

M W. GOODING ~ TENDEHS FOR REPAIRING, WINDS
N , : TING GOVERN.

ZELEPHONE ee, e OL ING Nl eee ND Vv oT SUES,

DEsitvas \JUST ~ Arrive 9 | ancy TENDEIA este = trades

CHMHOS GREAD Oe per tla

ASS (or regulation Cloeke " aul addressed
gee Sete Funeral Establishment teaser tae
ets RHE) | RAVBESTOS BRAKE LINING — ax - AND FOR SALE. poset ee kM, fi

witb the etasdard tims aa Lied by the

Livery Stables mx STORE: signal ooh Towcrol the Harbear Pullen

. la thozough repair,
the Guvernuent C.erks, aod repajiing and

°5 Accra... (100 GASES “SILVER CHURN” MILK, Sierra

UF, OuUHIE =~ Manager. Ch CREAM ios ai 2, WY. Kuss
- < ‘LT oha a Cotea: retary.
RECEPTION VAULT FOR CORPSES ! Clonal Beoretery 6 Off 7

volta SHPHBT | TIBRCES NEWFOUNDLAND CODFISH, | serve ot tren Soot:
NOPICe: | prams HALIFAX CODFISH, tare |Sete See Me ee

wi art by (019 ebow!
wing :
J KFEKH 1 ivd io tosmer aetlee which M ! ou Boll,

spymred ie woke gs 2. smospt invested on Heal Becar

the pute” eecraty. ed
steams ee| Wassals Bros, & VON GOWbArd, “hrs gat « wnme

10 Cascs of AS USLD ON LONDON ‘TAXI CABS,

Buick Motor Cars

PRICE $1,200.00

Sereen, Hood, Tools



BE Aegon COMPLETE Lamps, Horn,

~ ot 24 per Ib, and Bpares.
RUATIPHAL Leen nnn een . c
DAILY 198 5 or pt 6 s . 1. Vinovet, or \ ‘ Lurount io Tresqures s Maud
H ——— PHONE 96, OPEN DAY & NI HT. Rotate of so4 HEBEL giteranced ) 70, 380 UWTEL OWA vy L onda UEP atly S.etien
‘ - . he
€ deve tn ao ecu, leer M7 e, ib March 43ts,
BS Loweet Brice’ 9% ~ 18h Feb, Wise,

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TVEMOBIA INSTITUTE,
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_ TH PoniiOMsBAtN Gast SuNoay/ aPart 2 v9 ieemein —

noire ne aD Colonthd S-cretary’s Office,

A TRIBUTE OF APPRECIATION . 24th NSvewibee, 1011,

my py PARLATUVIER—TOBALD, ee Sg rer
ree The following ad Irew was pre seeted | in achucwieler the troript of year

ae .
, .
ow ao Zope oh oe wy tare SParttuvter ina ou to the Iter Sth. Grey EAL ob | tenter of beste! Inslent And Lainform
x je

, f the
7 . ti Be cette tis Lectcn wereives ut the | Witten tity. tbat the Protest
OD * © Seen Hite bo tbe on inid, team acon, | Cathedral af thelioiy Trlalty. for7en., Vorklogmen'e Association 1n conse.
} PPTs 1. :
Will Prompt
| .
Ls .

trough. The coastal ktearuee “Hpey" | only. The reply uf the Revergnd gen | (lon with the question of Rec{procity
é e . 1‘ 5 4 'e'
I Is a hiost Efficient Antisepi., crete and -Mild


















HE TRINIDAD JEWELRY CQ]

ome EEE

WEDDING PRESEW

"ER & ULEOTRO PLATE. Ono
In 5101 Best Quality kept in stock,” 2
































































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ded t— with Canada, whieh was forwarded
Frcrind you tate ta"eliber water | SP Rat oiapetn, 5 | These mil be irapeatied to, ee
t » 23th Marc tig’ ono
ret ibe eebele wey atthe Heke Ta the Rev. A. H. Grey: Atiina. State for the Colonies by the outgoing
vMlaye Two small shops, which o¢ Rey, and Dear Bir, We feel that we | mail. Lhave de.
among other goods, wine and malt, | should forward theee Hines thoes eh ay AS rewaoon,
oe ° meebihe people's wante fa thle respec’ short aod simple, to you, tot! an hal (Sgd. BM Secretary.
Germicidal Ointment , the one owned by a Tobagonlan, and } for yeur besutiful and most help olonia
n EHR eZhcrneaiananetee | aude atin cava freed | Talila Wesigeset® Toca
t are pictur. C)
It is used with Success in the Treatment of Eczema, | roves Rving tog ube background, to | Woly Sviaty Cathedral. ike others Poreot eran,
" 7 Forest ve, or | who have alre: —-
Hemorthoids and Skin Diseases. Meee rile eetied ci ibe | Eee ere eC aaa ewan | Ononhlersiaars On
. Ume of writing'In datk greea tree Pe 7 t "i On
tai d itching of the akin, bon, and wecan assure you, sir, tha Blr.—With reference to my
I peel cece onde en found in the affedied skin ard cleanses peeceryt and where the wild OB et mors our fas ed ieee oan ‘det ered wo ato f ot bee i th ob Na re:
. rd ie the open sea an ew 6 0 be clas r
a. tt ot eee ine blood vessels, induces healthy blood eupply and the to ibe north Pigeon “Tih Whe Bigteat the. mbich ‘brovgit, them ton ead tmlntorn pauthae the prota adres
rapid fe cose was ex a y
- 1 1 Ferrante ot ea the treatment of severe and advanced cares gad In the island. Of the coe tor hope at your efforta have been | 2 a Beoretaty of Btate for the
Whe mre “ Five Sleters.”. The Government bas | blessed and much good wil) ensue. Colonics on the 10th November las io,
anafry, new Reat House very pleasant: While appreciating atnillar work on | connection with Reelprocity wt
ly placed, and cooveniently furnished | former occasionsdone by other preaclt- | Canada was transmitted to, wt
onelevated land not far away froin | ere, we toay here be permitted toex- | iarcourt by the mail of the i 6
theeca which is especially provided | prese the b that we shall bavethe | November, and that ite receipt wae
for Ite travelling officers aod certain | privilege and pleasure of hearing you acknowledged by the areas of
other folks, Mr. Thom le the courteous | 00 future occasions. SI State ina deepatch dated the :
carctaker. AltbOugh thelong spell of} We remain Rev. and Dear Sir. | Necerober. acelleney's
dry weather continues, yet garden . Yours faithfully, 2 Lamte express Illes Face! y
still ae corn, sweet potatoes, plan> | The Men who attended your Lenten | regret that you were not previously
tains, bananas and so oo are green, addresses, | informed of this,

we



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e Right Goods at the Right Prices, Only one quatity.~7

a
Ice Pitchers. Brush $
Salad Bowls, Fra
Ice Tubs, Perpas

Liqueur Sets, Guile

Sold tot cilcpubte Tubes and one-half pound tine
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS,

"THE INTER-AMERICAN DRUG AND TRADING CO.,

NEW YORK.
Sole Agente: SMITH BROS & CO, THE BONANZA ERUG STORES

































































a= =| fresh, aod in general good growth. (Signatores) Shave &e, ea & Coffea Sets
nen - moe se Compare these appearencea Ee hore —— (Hed.) 8, Wr etaone. T }
° ofthe Sandy Point Division-ofthe THE REPLY, on 0 Waiters
: island for instance, and mark the The Vicarage, Arima, The Honorary Secretary, tat .
— — 1 ons great contrast fron there where, even , April 19, Trinidad V orkiogmen ‘a Avsoclation. Crata
AT ~ * |} thé common bush growthe have a Dest Sire t hare been no busy in Port-of-8palo. ruts, ‘ i
it 4 settling Paiish matters prio ome
diled s And yihered | aoe neh departure that I have hed hutte oppor- Port-of Spain. Flower = tands,
s | \ 5 productive and it follows, are Rell | tualty to write to you before thie, 2tst, Deceniber, 101 Vases
suited for the planter's wants, Fine] idesire to express to you oy Moet | TRIVIDID WORKINGHEN'S ABAOCTAs 5
1 young stock graze here and there; also | elmcere and heartfelt gratitude for the TION (INCONPORATED.) Frit Dishes:
pige and fowleare seen about, me | most kind expression of your appreci- —
° . 34 miles off. at Big Engilshman's Bay, | Stiva of the Men's Bervices during | ‘The Hov. 8 W. Kxacoa,

Leat. I felt when asked by the Arch- Colonial Secretary,

deacon that The he Brest onour wet er ~l pave the honour 1 tre
done me. e large attendance a! ‘opies of a Meroorandum

itstnaaned aed Ay rel Thomeon at the each, as well as the great attention the institution of a Special court o

has bis residence and property, Rivers. | paid were most eocoureslog tome, | A peal from Magistrates’ decia one

dale, Extensive preparations for | and I can onty sey thatif, by God's | with a request that His Execllency

further coconut and cocoa planting | Urece, I have beenable to reader some | should transmit same to His Majesty's

at Big Englishman Bay are under way; | assistance to the spiritual welfare of | Principal Hecretary of States for the

large fruit trees having been felled, those te Bhom I was privlcned ie Colonies, Ihave &e.

then fired, and lastly tha lands lined, |] 8Pe iy | (Bed. ADRIEN freantos.

80 as ty be ready for the next planting | grateful.
Phe Teed hardly asy how much I shall ees

Ti the slope eee oe visnbidens ble treasure the letter recetved from you. TRIN;DAD WORKINGMEN'S

depth aod in consequence pregipitous. | Wishing you all happiness and prow ASSOCIATION,

Of all the stulking wild planta, perhaps, | pecity both in your social and public —

thatof the tall Cabbage Palm is the | &s well avreliglous avocatlons, I bid | sesonaNorot OF THI ABROUTATION

more conspicuous for Kk Is to be aren | You God epeed. ON APPRALS PROM MAGISTRATE

aud Little Engtishman’s Bayarethepro-
perties reepectively of Messrs. Wm.
iba!

OUR STOCK OF

HATS, HATS, HATS!

SHAPES AND TRIMMING MATERIALS IS COMPLETE
BULAPES At AND UPCFO DATE

spy - EEIGHEL

ARE THE STYLES & VALUES OF OUR MILLINERY DEPAR'MT







in great numbera together but are Yours very Faithfully — .
i ; dvantaze to sce our Lines, givlog way to the axewan se village eet Hs GREY. | Po The Itigut Honorable ovis Dan:
It will be to your auvantage los operations widen out. The trunke of COURT, Hie ales ye Principal
this palm are cut up Into rough boards COURT LISTS Becretary of Site one reed
geen as many as 10) to 1) being apiit out of sig e yatizht Hon’ t es re tie Associa.
$4 The Exchange the larger growu trees. These are sold Mooday, Hon ber to, re peal iitention in
Flowers MOUNTS, | corte firmotcbertoiter paces or | — ORDINANY JuIISDIOTION.” | WTautlntat dallions erieing te
- the building of small houses and sheds. , ° Barbadoes, and to he .Invalyal
9, FREDERICK ST, ne &

At Parlatuvier many of the homes of MOTION.



services it renders. They -beg to





OUR |
Hardware |
Lepari



ia |v. Owner of Schooner the inutitution of a suwilar
——————_—_—_——_————_—_—— the peasantry are so constructed and | ,, Garcia | suggest the ine
7 - finished off with # thatch roof, This | ‘‘Cyraos. Court in Trinidad.
. a = RR MM ] tof Tobago is fast becoming ver: TRIALS, We hare dc.
. ts) RP ~ he oval t o [portant an when the thousende ot at v, Woodroffe, da Costa v. (Sgd.) ALFRED RICHARD E EIPT Or A fo
a ® ° a Stea Pac e o Peaigge inaddition ie those aircade inh Before Mr, Justice Russel.) 1 (Sgd,) ApMIEN Hitanion, IS IN R C
a in that conition, It can easily be seen lu Trinidad Butldiag and Loan Assocla- Hon, Secetary, HIP M END OF
GUS.—The RMS “ Tagus” is duo hero from Southampton via Uberbourg | or ima ined what the roromercial tloa v. Charles. Friday. Port-of-Hpaln,, 1 S f\ a
oT 4 ‘ 2 c he , ig la ah ~ . .
Us Bt. Michaels (Azores) and Barbados on Tuesday the Zird Instant, The eye along tice are oo atlapte SUMMARY JURISDICTION, 2th Dee. 1911. —?

to, Uolombia, Oartagena, Colon,
Bcd lll leer toe a taking ie tats sssengers only, cargo and mails,
eee end Apuliveare. the Pigbthouss Jotty, Queea’s Wharf at 4 p.m.
with perenmeres for tbe chee dtbat beir baggage must bese2nt down to
the tee tre eee eae Be ‘Vincent Wharf, not later than 9a,m. to bs
taken to the barge for a ea gue * sill work in strict quarantie,

“§-* Derbice” will leave on Tuesday 2rd {st for Ore

ER wide atatow OF
B pada, St, ViastotubLigdiouse, Jetty Queene Wharf at 5 p.m, with
paseongers and theirbaggage for the Berbice, .
All baggage for the above named ports miuet be delivered to the Cowpsny's
Ughter at the St Vincent Wharf, not Ister than 9 a.m. on Tuesday the 2rd
moigation. ,
Ineant for fame + Berbice” will be received only up fo # pmt, on Mon-
day the Z2ad instant.

ALANTIA.—The ILM.E. “Dalantia’ will leave here on Tuesday the 2icd
B instant forDomerara, taking passengers, cargo, and mails. .
The tender will Jeave the Lighthouse Jetty, Queen's Wharfat! p.w., with
the** actia.”
Peal begs or for Demerare ninst Le del vered to the Company's lighter at the
st Vincent Wart, not later than Saw. ou Tuewday the rd fostant for

able for slipping purposes that givea
sutiicient aceourtmodation and facili:
ties, there will be no difticulty In send-
ing away the produce to the right
markets.

Lots lof vigorous oun. Avocado
pears aie observable about the districts
we, that.ior-wth Bt be behind ‘ae «
celler, the villago possesses a church
(Anglican) which ia under the control —
of the Vicur, the Rev. Me. Eachrane,

tbe lives at Pp! mouth, with a day TRINIDAD WORKINGMEN’S
‘hvol thas hed. Northwarda Hea ASSOCIATION,

‘ Colonial Secretary's Office,
Nth March, 1012
wtitodeliniee {2.0 forwarding a
Memoiandunt addresaed to the Secre-
tary of State for the Colonles suggest-
ing the institution In Trinidad of
Special Court of Appeal from Magle-
trates’ decisione, ] am to inform you
that Mr, Harcourt has directed? that
our Association be notitied chet he
as received and considered their
Memorandum; tat that the law of
Trinidal already provides for an

Charlotte Ville Rot at by a bridle
appeal from the Magistrate's Court fn
A MExtiNG of the Trinidad Working: | alt serions cases and [e, in fact, more

track, or by boat if arrangements
made with the local flebereaen as wat
the habit of the late Warden-Magis- | men’s Association was held under the | liberal in that respect than the law ja
trate, Me. Rosseau wheo travelling on presidency of Mr, Alfred Richards at | force in Eogland sand that he concurs
uty. The Principal resideota, we | the Hall of FLU K.P. Friendly Society | in the Governor's view thatits altera-
understand, as Pay latuvier are the | at No 2d Prince Street, Port-of-Spain, | tlon fa neceusary.
ave de,

fatnlies respectively of Fergusson,

Leansont, Frank aod NMecWWelllngton, attendance, mong those present (Ngd.) 8. WW, Kx aqua,

farlgnton Avila lay shot °Paratanien a | Rew Dedede see "85 | the Monoraey setae mE
% . ” 2 . Parlatuvier, to . Dr. : , i

ane aseg (forthe Balantia” will be seceived culy upto2 p.m, on Monday muy tnd {4 & beautifol place and i Bours, Ke Skerretts Robert Tous: (rae at nttlngiaeds Arsociation,

—— ol of bein 1, t Q .F, .

IP RE. «The 1.9. fient™ Iv due here trom New York, via hence through the coleemns Ot a dally int, F. Pujadas, ¥. Farrell, F. Legere, Poit-of-Spain,
Antilla (Oybat, Jamaica, Colon, Cartagena, and Pto Colombia on Monday pewepaper,

the 2th lastant, aod will leave the nextday for Sovthamptou, via Barbados,

St. Michaels (Azores), and Cherbourg, taking lst class and deck passengers,

d mail
"The tender will feave tha Lighthoure Jetty, -Queen’s Wharf, at 4 p.m. with

TRIALS,
(Before the Chief Justice.) .
Trinidad Coaling Co. v. Ward Price
& Co., Chow Lin On v. Springer, Stoll.

mer HEY wstrce frusseti,)

Clarke v, Anlestle ietanden
Before Mr. Justice Swan.)
Guillaume v. Stewart.

Marline
Spun Yar

MANILLA AND.

i TARRED Roe

Table and Dessert Kas
. Forks and Spoons

THILLER AND LEADER}

.

on Thursday night. There was a fair

oa)
T. Crevell, Meda’ Frederick, J.T:
Mitchell, 4. A. Burkett, and G, Abdul:
lah and many others,

Among other husiness the folloging
corres udeope was read and con:
sidéi t



DEATH OF REY. FRAHK DE
WITT TALMACE,



Se





Inthe North Atlantic service al a
between I8i1 and 1900, po fewer than
hvent ‘four big steatnera were fotalty

lo out of human ke dge,
together with their crows and pamen: weneee Hon, Becrelary.
Bere, numbering J,45 he President, Euelosure)
with 138 soule on bard, waa the f : "
of there to be fost for ‘ever in site wonsinomlN's” Bboctarion,
The € “ of Glasgow disappeared {

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States for the Colonies.
1 have eto,
(SaD.) ADRIEN Hitanion,

r the * Trent.” ——
pate es i ohasengere for Furope are specially fotified that a baggage LOST LINERS. orp piebol Beal. Revd. Frank Du Witt Talmage, of
Ughter to be despatched to the“ Trent” will leave the St Viocent Wharf, -—~ The Hon. 8. W. Koa, CMU the Chambers Wylie Church jn Pitas
et Ip, onthe day of sailing, and passengers are therefore requested to are | , In anarticle on “ Lost Liners” [n the “Colonial Secretar aes detphla, dled recently at the age of 44 AT
that their baggage is sent down before that hour. March number of Chambers's Journal, Sine] havethe hecour t 1 from beact disease Tle was s son of — ih a
All baggage for Bar’ »dos muat be delivered to the Company's lighter at the | Me Joseph Horner recalls the number ice of a Semorandeny ‘Canadian the late Rev Dr. 1. De Witt Talmage, .
Bite patra abode toad | in ean ang | Earn Cag neat pa areas | TO SUIT ¥#
a orl -leario “EP i
one Ay baguege which has not been fumigated cannot recelved | hota single eurvivor to tell dhe story Excellency should trenswit same to booke tea vow Yee oemne iiber RICES o S Y las
an Sard. ro His Majeaty’s Prieclpal Secretary of ed ach in preaches
A.—[be 8.“ Hilaotia” will nov be going to Venczuels a .

short time before his death, De,
Talmage preaching from Ps ge. Qa,
olserved that ju one of the towne io
New York dtate, at the close of the
laut century, thirty-six profane men
fortned thenvelves lato « club, calling.
themselves the “Society of Druida.”
They met regularly to deride fand, if

Carupano, Vampatar, and La Gusyra, on the th iostant owing to
quarantine restrictions atihe above mentioned ports,

MEDICAL INSPECTION.

- L PASSENGERS for the Northen [lands, Demerara, Barbados, aod
i me nee present 'hewselves a’ the « Mee of the Port Mealth Oflicer, for
BModical Inepectionat the f towing Lours



















é





. they could, damage Coristianit A

Demerara horthern Islands ISH} piaout leasing a Hace. and ahe | ""waction witn RECIEMITE Wie” | MiKlit inthe apurea of thelr awtel

3 iM Ist and fadclass 3 had 40 soute on Leand, “In 4a the CANADA, 1 | auceting they burned a Iibie and ad-
Met & 2 deless .. Mam, Vache nce Pm Pacvpte, with a living freight of 24 — paliistered | what ee intended to

ae vo. oer le rom verpou! n Jad eo e 6acramen a di ar” .
Barbados and Europa wasnever more head off ‘The Tene | 7° the RI DS aoty etree eee Two of them died that night. Wittie MARINE SQU. ARE
Ist end 2nd class. Fr. neat i 190 eons, Pee poole Lary of tate foF the Colonies, {hice days thice were drowned. In
chera . : ' ie yo Righ

five years ail of the thirty-six came to
a bad ead, Before Justices of the
Pyace It was aworn that two were
otarved todesth (in plentiful America);
seven were drowned: eight wern whots
five comuitted suicide ; seven ied on
the gallows ; one was frozen to death;
and three died accidentally, Incidents
hke that, eworo to. shou id be enough
any propo. reve

blaspuemous i} javiour. rent and

nn no way could the fact tha -
delity will not, nay, cannot, helpaoyers
die well be sa powerfully presented
as by the incident concerning # inan
falling illin Parle duet after the death
of Voltaire, when & profeasional turn
wad called ln. She asked: © Ig the
gentleman @ Chilstian #” « Why do

Mloo’ble Sir,—Thia Asscelation
beg Lo protest against the question of
Reciprocity with Canada belag treated
ae ove which canceroe Merchants and
Sugar Planters only or even princi.

my ith regard to Merchants, the As-
scclatlon subst, with all due defer.
euce, that they have really no claia to
be heart, A Nerchant should accomo-
date himae!f tothe Policy required in
the weneral joterest, not expect it to
be fashloned to suit bin,

Koger Plantersare oo doubt in a
different position, Ia the case how-
ever of any ferour belng obtained tor
them, the Toevitable quid pro que will

drawn from the pocketa of those
engaged [n other Industries and from

NOTICE.

'YABHENGERS from Trludad to ether Barbados or Kurppa are respectfully

} foformed that it will be; wconsary for bh-a to undeegd Yedlaa! loepection

Ly the Port Health Oficeron ariival at Barbedos before piratique te wlyen to

hi

t Pesengere are therefore earnestly re que-ted Lo be in readiness Lo atiend [n
the Saleen on arrival a Karhadas eee

em nn

~
SIRCULAR TICKETS.
Firat Coase tie) «aie teoued trom Tilnided to poutbawpton via New York
end tack direct «w Trinidad or vice verea for an inclusive fare of £50,
Thite tickets ae available between New Youk and England apd veren by
pteamere of the American, Atlantic Transport; Cunard and White Star

Boaten, with 170 persons, vanished ia
IS, ‘The dfuronun, aw Allan leer,
Gisappeared in JU; and the ritleh
unboat, Conder, was lost in the
Pacificin 10L In 1988 @ cattle-steam-
ee, the Naronic, with beventy-veven
heods, wae lost.

As to the [Lie causes of th:
catastrophes, are only posable ‘te
sui tileg capaizing ; damage froni with:
in puck ae erpiusion, breakdown of
machinery, or fire; or damage
without, such as collislon Witten ee
berg ot with a deielict bulk, have al
Leen suggested to explaln the loeses o}
vessels. “The Cuplain aspelzed, and
hundreds of lives were loat, ‘acd it ts
gow general) Assumed that the
Woarulus capsized by season of to



SO ee ee ere ee

THE ‘UNIVERSAL BEV

“UO. EK. THA,
As Used by Royalty;



















. Rede ese ay
WV Ebere Just o ned up 9 farcher ebipurent of this TXL 6

all ‘bode who have Sos trled sama ti d>s0 without to a

4 1b, Packages 8) cents, ‘{ Ib. Packages to cents 3 0% eo,

Line .

tickets are available for 12 months from date of sue and ‘mission

‘ to. ie ptaaired to break the poreue at doy orall ports touched stow the direet
dren i to 10 yeare aren,

goa ass reular Uekete are issued at au exclusive oharge of £86,

Heclprocity — arrangements with
Cauada; such arrangements can only
result in sowe additivual subsidy to
suman et the expense of ot ber industiles
a the.

the tiverabl tal you ask that?” responded the i : fi
Children tolZyearahalffare, iat for Garmuaun Paw. heaviness : \s to damage ie toachin: claaee ‘ " a _ ee penger. The mammn erie: vt aun the At MEDIC A I HL A I iI J, Lig
ext Ballings for rapane. Pan- Parts, which hed a Lig each in’ ot ex eee tn te On ethene rotors last ilnewe; aad foe all th th i
haticall ad © wealth of | -
Koxt Sailicg to Eerope pater, and La Guayra. of bet eugine cous ia baal Bhe Gos | oplalon one trgard to any and all fares Lateuld never, iC could help GEORGE VERSELLES—General May
Ue Rr ure . ‘

BILE 14ths Me
Abia ED [READ
. Labolling of Baggragro.

Paseegors are requested to see that all their baggage ss properly Jebel
or te shipment. .
Labels can be obtained at the Company e Ofice.

For all further particulars apply at

went the Irish coast, but though both
engine rooms were filled with walor
Ja ten minutes, she was kept atloat
owing tu her watertight LOM part-
mente for thire daya lif help Lawe to
to tdw bee into Queenstown fp tbe
came offs tire everything, probably,
sige and if tins beppened far tee
ae, tis happen: or
» the chances of Nacue would be



SS ne
An Olt oy Ment, ~—Cansdlan Heal.

{ug Ol be not a jurtl
ou nose thrown. id pedletoal

pushed by asivertisiug, U he resus
of the careful investigaiae’ of tt
curative qualities of cettaln alle as

tosses of the population,
© havo the Lonuur la be
Your most ubedieut and huwhte
servente,

(6av.) ALouny Richa
Fieol deat.



applied to the humen tudy, tt Ie APPLY ‘ €
OM AN Ԥ Q = | Temute. Heavy weather aud tidal (6uv,) Avaign Hivamion, rare oubination ib won a To
, ' | H E C P y F F ( rE waves with the vider vessels, at . Keoretary, blie f from fad kept to”
PORT-OF-BPAIN, MAKINL SQL ANE i tate wer probably outer teasous for Pot died Be” | Re crc om the Bev, Aimal a Gittens' Carriage Fact
bbiprerec Horomer 21: double ite powes to repels cat Yea, TOAUARETE ROAD wiome ©



< / *
?“>!GLEÑDINNING’S.
irocery Dopt,
£t arrived in prime condition
)•. a shipment of
id Cooked Frag flams
n¿
wkiiditllU \0>oUdl and of
BJilteloiM Flavour
TmSciods dish ready at
ANY MOMENT
i*|p
'hole limns V to 12 lbs l Sc»
|per 10»
iced ... OOc per lb,
WT
«STOI* TRirK * ik« Jar* . I1.M
APO&ATBDAt'l‘ii;i 2la per lb
!*•'«; ri tks 30r perIU.
r- 1’1- A' HI> . 2le per lb.
„ ATHMAUU 3-leper lb.
rORD UARMAu\l)E JIj per jtr
IPEK’S PHI IT HALAD Waperbot.
SEKVEI) KA8I bLKKIRH
96a per Us.
E „ STRAW ÜBUKIK8
â– h wo i*r tio,
TEWAXCIU %«IBt 2i'ie' llo,
^FEDFIUS art ttrb.t.
EYNG3 43c yr but,
ilium's Eára Special
Ssotcli Wdisky
.YEARS OLD
Casas containing 32s and
i$ ¿tiifiti* u, *Av«.oml
* them» must
Mi id's leidi
^ —°-
Vhenes 177,
Latest * Novelties
JUST AT1UVED FOR
Our Gent’s Dept.
GILLETTE RAZORS—in Nickel & lilack Leather Canes,
lio. ])o. Pocket Editions Nickel Cases.
AUTOMATIC STROPPING MACHIN ES—for Stropping
Gillette Razor llkwles only Otic each.
Auto Strop Razors, Strops and Razor Blades.
SAFETY RAZORS at 1/0 and .i - each, for use with the
C.illet Razor 1 Hades.
SPIRAL MIRK ARMLETS 8 cents and 10 cents pair.
SHAVING SOAPS and CREAM.
BLACK UATSlVINH
WHITE Do.
TIES in Silk Poplin—48c A 30a
Do. lor evening wear, at 20c.
Sox—with Eancv Silk
Grocers,
EP1IEÍÍJ LMTO,
Tho S»*to»-oa,
173 & 225.
Cold Lisio Thread
Check*— 00 cents pair.
BOSTON GARTERS, SHAVING BRUSHES,
STTTIDS, XiIUSTIKIS-,
limmEiaswr co.
TalKiaAftiati.
(MPTU1L * CO-QMUrm.)
t>n
TXLIPnOiri If* 2HQ
TRIENNIAL SCRIP AND ANNUAL I
CASH L1VIDKNDS. 1
TTOLDBRSjTof Policías ot thUOom .
IX pany eotitleil to Scrip uii- now j
ppijr M tba Oompaayhr Oilic? for their
ertific&tea via j ’
For flrat tríenla! Scrip inued for i
Policies dated 11106. I
For aecood trmooial Scrip feauad tor I
Policía* dated 1005. 1
The Aonua! Uaeh Dividend* of A per
cent declared u on 31 at December
1011. on Aral and second scrip for
Policies dated Jlk)| and 1005 and on
first scrip for Policies dated !9cfl : 1907
and 19US are also reads for distribution,
A. K. MATHIiO.N,
Secretar/ and Treatarar.
Port of Spalo,
March '¿¿ad 191A
'Marvellous
-IN-
WEDDING OUTFITS
— AT -
Sbeoch Sc Go’s
J. GLENDINNING & CO.
Trinidad Building and
Loan Association.
OFFICE t 18. CHACON STREET.
Volwplaone^ Q2,
\IVfDENDS at 4 per cent lo’poth
. J Judo and 4/ per cent to* 31st
December 1911, Here declared and
sanctioned at the last General Meeting
and are now being credited to the
respective accounts, after which ibe
usual StaUwent of the Auditors will
be sent to the Shat eboJdei s.
(.Members whose unadvanced Shares
bavs dow matured by said dividends
are requested to apply for the Cash
balancea standing at their credits \
and Membera whose Mortgages are
dow matured may call at tbe Office of
the Association for their respective
Releases and for the Cash balances to
which they may be entitled.
NEW GOODS NOW OPENING.
Silk Cords—Silk Girdles.
All Shades Cashmere at 12 cents.
BLACK AND NAVY DRESS MELTON AT 24C.
Cambric All-Overs and Flouncings.
GREAT BIG VALUES IN EVERY DEPARTMENT.
Ifl'IORU ISSTIÍDTÍ.
A LECTURE
-OJÍ-
“Farming in Denmark”
(Illustrated, with numerous
Lantern Mides)
Hr Mu. NORMAN LAMONT
— UN— •
FfllDAY, 10th MAY, 1912,
At 8.9) P.M.
Admumuon-Membera and Asocíales
i'f the Institute* ., .¿"hkr.
The Public One «billing each.
A. F. MAT1IISON,
Secretary & Treasurer.
March 1. IP 12.
I
SKEOCH & CO.
12 Frederick Street,
I'l’-TO DATE DRY GOODS MERCHANTS
BARBADOS.
MARINE * HOTEL
117// /v tiinin Open
or tiio Summer Season
Of 1912.
I ifiler the well kuuwn mini,
agemciit of
MR. E.N. ARMSTRONG
INCLUSIVE MONTHLY
RATES May to Nut ember,
FROM 45 DOLS. UPWARDS,
According to location of
room*.
April 17ih-» *.
ping 4 (Jo.
s. "CROWN Of LEON”
i
SO Casos of
ai, Rt tueii ’ j i) a Co *4
tland Liqueur Whisky
| HO.o 1 \.Lt ('aso
ko G8c p bo lie
WB ’ IN\ •) >UED
IC£R) QAl i * y nn
1
‘•V-t UfcJ u Mscbti
MAlOltxua M
Ua bUQAtt IOUN
tqulity
;«|U*reelA i &< y*.
ií04Y,Ku,l,ttó •
* fiu« -111 hi *
LUMlüft HitKAÜ flfoperlla
Kv*mi#s, ttuaj-rtla
,wtot
â– >...<< ,e>H iw>* its
iM|»*tU
10 Cases of
^ent’^u * Brandy
I *•» I’ ■ ..tie.
Co*. cold seal
I’ll J.ravct Rum
* “ I 1 lit).
ra pfftOO
iido'i .
táí par tía
8AU' r
Om >i
at’
1
Alti' Al lk'MA'
us r* ik,
-M'IMfkt
L>-vi i,i OuntUy
Xoti-ief JPi'lcegt 9
W. I. E. ffl. S.
THE WHOLE OF THE MACHINERY
has now arrived, and clients
are cordially invited to in-
â–¡ect what is without doubt
re finest Motor Car Repair¬
ing1 Equipment in the West
Indies.
A LARGE STOCK OF
Accessories
SHORTLY ARRIVING,
In addition to the or esent
stock of Carbide, Sparking
Plugs, Wire Terminals,
Springs, Brake "Wire, &c., &c.
RAYBESTOS iBRAKE LINING
AS USED OK LONDON TAXI CABS.
Biiiek Motor Cars
PRIQB
COM I'LKTE—L*1'niM<
i(n*l K|'mrun.
$1,200.00
Screen, H«*h1, Tool*
Horn
'PHONE 96. OPEO DAY & HIOHT.
ira
Ju»t Rocoivod^
All Fuksu am» Nkk.
Slgbti; Cjmid Figs Feet
M „ Pitia Tongue*
M „ Ok Toogua*
CRISPES SODA BISCUITS,
A tKifolar 'and blgb-gtidabraod. Tr I ill plgt. going ai 8o to rale all puruv.
Try tHtn aodba eomioneJ.
Brand's Btef East nee.
PRANVB A1 Banca— 2 »«• to’llrr,
„ UiowolDg for gravicr * 6- near.
„ Carry Puwder, Caveno* 4er
L SOUPS \ llar*. M ik Turtle. Ua-
la V Uil.O
T.n* I tewoy,
„ Celety «.It, Lunch Toogoii ia
g'.M* pot*
„ Otlerd and CanbrlJge SiUsigM lo
lib tint.
Brand & Uo.lt* pntport for all Moat
lVr*rr«i and U*on*d (Jundv.
■«xa'a Oopufiouip -
Sir*r*ot quality, going at 10s lit Ho.
U, & B. CryitaJllieT (lieger Chip*, i &1 b
fancy Uot., C.A U, Kfcaooeol Aoch>
vl**, Sheet GaUnoe,—fl k tc »bUe,
/Mu*d Flrkle»—Ubow ehpir—Girkto*,
C*aiifirwcr, W«l-ta*p, Mtlllo't VVbl a
Ud* Vinegar, MUt Vincgtr,
II, U F. Di»c«n«—H hd« of the mo*t popu¬
lar braodaat regalar prima j II, 1 F.
Cake* ~ Bebo J, rroll, (lenut, Family,
Boyal t P.to do f*Ha g»ai Trotf^, io
oi(Jutary tin* and tarluco t FiaUa-au
joe, lo bouba—(Jill® an MaottmcuL
All to bo had af—
M. W. GOODING.
TKLKPH ONR
"SAYLOR BOY” TOBACCO COMPETITION.
ALL COLLECTIONS OF COlirONS ML",!' UL lUNDLO IN TO
SOOTT, SO'S'13 ¿3C CJO.
n, U ROADWAY, Dud of Spain,
on or before the I’lth May. 11)12. oml the cakIi 1’ri/e* to the
>nlue ofS2¿0 will lie iiHunh' I «ml the name* ol the Winneii*
njijiour in the larioii* |i.i|K'i '. two or three ilay* nllerwiuil*
Tho Smoking l’ublie are kitully io*|nei*to*t to ‘-Mie all
conjion* for the next Hug Cush Prize Competition, which
will follow shortly after tho completion ot the present one.
For GODFREY PHILLIPS Ltd., London,
THUS. WORTH, Representative.
DE SILVAS
Funeral MaLMment
— AND —
Livery Stables
63 Abercromby Street
Telephono ¡¡97.
U. F, UulllllK,—Jfanajor,
RECEPIION YAWf FOR CORPSES
AWMÍIKU SHIPMENT.
Nov. 4.1911.
Notice.
Hlaa whUh
la ibia t>pw. Hmok**U,
tha iHihik f auMy, u*
f b otiiari that ae tww l«r
RKFKHHiLtd ■« tovwrr a**
•te»**
AgM'i m4
UmoZumUm*^ iiay klad ia vaHl aalrna
#ith*r Mr. A. N V«mo>
It Vloeoai, or Mr. Joachim
W. C. RO«S & CO
t OLOXIA Ij Dl HPUSSsin
1 OMtato. 10871
HEADqbAHTElLs IN UIIÍ WfcST INDIES lOJl ALE. lilt MOsl
RELIABLE ENGLISH, FRENCH & AMERICAN PATENT MED CINES-
1i> uv lint foi aujrtbing r Piijhiuaua I'rwKiiptloux A-t-Urnlely J’rtpared at all hours
Jilearle Xtijht Hell. (Jneeit Street.
Just * Arrived,
AND FOR SALE.
ZEIX: STOEBi
100 CASES “SILVER CHURN” MILK,
I* • IT I.L ( lllit'l
TIERCES NEWFOUNDLAND CODPISB,
Drams HALIFAX CODFISH, Iw
Dentistry.
’ Dll. A. MAHQUF2
Cffice : 64, Frederick Street.
l F'KtUL biprriinc* 1q (lold U(*vtL
O U »r *ai lirtdg* w^rk. Term moler,
it*. I'aoctaaluy aai i«Uti*eUoa gear.
aotrellieLI braocb**— TtUoKont &SS
L-OVUllNMÉNT IÍÜUHK.
y IU h April, 1912.
TI1C lollowlog Doiiv, watch hut be«t
receive I (row > he Uaveroor of French
Ualan* Mfubfiihed. wah * trasalaiioa 1«
Fog lab, for general! fjruetiso.
JJy Ooounud.
«. >V. Kitaogo,
UalúnUl becretarr,
(No. JO*
AVIS AUN ÑaVkíATEURS
MM. Iw UipitJua* de o««i'e« leak
--- b»pl(* . .
lei un*1 *iie la runeibrna* uaot de fan de
II 6 da J Kalaot l'erda. Guyava Kraitf dee.
¡•l«ai aetuiUemeovadddre*. ae qie j ieqr
aaatuaoaa é.ü *Q rue di U-)itU« ia
1 ótaMilre aer* pruebelo*ise*i fall. He ne
doirent point comp er d’ana rumiaré
vori ala* ahr 1‘éelal raga da ea danger.
Va a*li ear* nliorieureaieiit pat»ld
qaaadl* fooetk>ane'o«o( erra a nouveau
aatuié
THANsLÁTIOaV,
NOTICE ToltfARINBUEtS,
Caputue if vevv « aro neuhed that tin
wu'k|nr of tba light oa Iba Itlei
** L'eufao* I'erd*.’ Ftaaeb Galaoe, la at
preeiot dere*ti*r. aad that oobil Iw enodi*
tlua 1* im^revad. (It* uaca**arf wjok in
coo dot ( 00 wub which will be aoon ecm*
pitted, *bey «bool I rob ra'y ea a tigbb
being ihowa at ih'e p da*.
Aferibareotlea wi'l UtpuhdtbaJ wb a
tba Hah* U I* oo'A nrwhuford*,
NOTICE
TBNUEHSFOH RKFAIRINO, WINP*
(NO ANDlliUULtTINU CiOVKHN-
MENTCL'JCK'J ANU WATCUEH,
iiKkLEUTENDEK1 math*l »• Tender
O fbr r^gulatiag Uleeka " au l adaraaaad
to tba Uul *oUI beeratirjr. wd In rroilvad
at the (>d«aitl Pceretar»'* Oihee ap to
soo^.owNttaiday, the fob Ai*y, 1912,
for windin’, regulatto'i, to ••aardtavo
with Ike aUoiaril tloie u bial hf the
aifoal-oo 'h iTjwrraf the lluWar Pallea
H^Uou. aad keeaUg la tbacaagh irjulr,
Iha U««HBa«t C^rks aad repaldog and
regdlaUog rho Watebea ae tpa«W d Io tt a
Madam ta the nor lea iHtUithod ia tba
••Ratal U«m taw and datad the Ifch
*"*“• ' ..W.KSAeo.
C->ioaLI 3ai raui y.
I dtfoial ttaerotary a Oi a,
li b I9U .
Swretartei of Frioajly Sooietles
BWU.^JOjk IlIBtlKI). |.—
Pw A. M VASLUMCILlOt).
DUm.uk,
1*U M.
IU UKUUKHTRD br Ik. u«W
' Md u> loniH to hla Mom
kh April . wun o! Ikrlr
■ucptl*» for tb> iw Mtdluc Ibi
MW* b IWÍ Urwl.r i—
I J. -Nuotlw of Mtaibrr. on Soil.
TTT i rt r Pi 1 I ' A-AbmmI Ui.Wrd ra Hool Hocai*
Wossels Bros. & von ftontcircL1^
♦ Vutoviut lu Traaeu'vi • Rand
_ 4 —^ v*»ivn ■ e a .« I L'JllÜ WH AH TON.
70, ¿áOTTTH ^ L J.A lutiikiiat ui i ti. jiM) ^..(«tu*
• ¿ jrl-of-b(>ain
Fbtoa. tor», lUUMw.kl’).,

r
crqit.
NO 9.832 VOL. XXXI
TRINIDAD. SUNDAY ATRIL 21
DAILY ON h TENN^
FOR RENT-
f.VJrt ítlTÑT—No. 7G l^miñki i iw.
I rea^niM IÁAÜ.j. App'/toB. N.
Tawpillosb & Co.. A »nl 18 .b—I"
-IXM UENT—To* mUtM kauwa u
A ME Jt).r«1olI»o«’compri.togA bel*
rojm". «Hoioc eod di'.wlng room, eub'e
•ed t itch II lew. Wi b u l*w mleoMi
«elk ol the Teeinica. Kil»f Stetlon.
l'etwelen (root 1» li r. Ke t ♦» P«
fnaevh Appljr to 0. .lire»., »«*«“
Oraags Qrore fiitstr, Toca'iga».—A mi JO
>»• -r -
I70K MIKIC-3U II.f. OA JíVLL ho
OAK— l».r beef or J.y. Apply
GREIU URO.., 4 Bh. B tew.-
Aoril 17ib—Ira.
Buggy For Salo.
I CONCOK 1 DLQOV fio. 1 Four
I Wheeler »2D. 1 Vee end Wegtron-
cite $30 2 Socofid Hand llaméis $0.60
each. 1 Tony $00, Particular» lit 49.
Marin* Amur*, (The ITatiar Store) —
April I0eh—Idi.
; jb"
lóItT TÍEN f—Umtags S'*»iTTJare
^ Stiret, quite near to the Savan¬
nah, containing drawing and uluiug
room*, two bedrooms aod dreaaing
room t eewerogs and electric ligbt in*
eta!led. For further particular* apply
lo J. A. Uoellniciit c/o T. Ubdi*b»
ÜBAVT, 0 Oroadwey. April 12th—J <
I.1JU KENT —Marine Residence-
X Herie-Vue. Tbe healthiest and
belt eltuated place at U&eptree,
rilegert’s lief, with alt convenience
. (or a large family, will be vacant on
tbe 10th April, ltfU Apply to At
SERTA. SlKOKRT, Siegert • ractory,
George street, 0 & 8. -AprilJO. -lio.
ijlUit itKar-CHtage Ho, 70 Titton
J* Street, ooatrinlog two bedroom,
drawing and dining room*, am Ul veraod»b,
open aide gallery aod serviola room.
Luge yard, Apply to dtt Woodford Uueet
—7tb April—^«r,
Imjr RliNT.—Furnished or uufur-
! ntahed —“ i’he Vi la Iris’ Wljueen’e
Park West. Apply on the preunera to
U li* PKODUEHS. Also for sale or
hire double buggy and American
maro—March 3l«t,
17011 REN1.—Furnished (or 0, 12 or
X1 10 month*, detacbeii home with
stabhog, adjoining it. C air S«¡uue.
'ihiex* aitllog room*, three bed rooms
two dieasing rooms, bath room up-
etair*. usual ofllcra Vacant fioia 1st
May. For all futtber partn ulars apply
to—IS, C. WKivskK, Pemtniry, at.
Clair, oral the ll.M.S.l*. CVa^-Otllce#,
Marine Hutiare— Match ai at—ltu.
Prepara*
r Meai
VidJK KtóÑf fnrnieliei or not; Ur
H manto < or eoe yeir--iro® l>tb or eo
ot April. Iha 4 Foliage’ C acular K**
Sin Peru indo—Ira wing, dunog, 3 bstí
room, dreaaiog room Ac., good sv*bhj»<
and motor bouts Apply to geo. riii-
UKBALD at aboveadiiieai—M«rch*il—lu*.
i'aOIt-IUJNT. -rimul Cotuge fio. 0*t
n A retie bweel—Cool atd oomaioiog
1 convenience*. Apply at No. 2 KuJiu
Line — Match *1—lm
FOR SALE:
PLEASE_ NOTE.
MIL LKSSKlLformcih Barber of the
Queens i'aik Hotef, bcgslo Inform
Ms friends and customers that be baa
mined the ULirLering Establishment of
Messrs. Rodrigue» and Gomes, corner of
Frederick amOjuaeit Streets, where he
hopos to melre the usual patronage,
’.S.—Dsrlteilog ^roinem*es At 7 a.m.,
rsdscly evrtry «U>, also domicile orders
promptly e wnied.— April livb—lm.
- —~
Royal Hal Sleam Putkit Co.
iMPomst itmiiwHs w m
SAGS iR&UGSUlStS.
ON and after 1st June. 1U1¿, tbe
CoIuuid 1 and Colnnm 2 rates for
TranRAtlaolir passage will be abo ished
and Column 2 Kate will tt in future,
describnd as Miuinunt llst»t whilst
supplements wijl bo charged for su¬
perior accommodation,
'I lie number of Minimum Rate cabin*
will be largely inci eased.
simplemente will be payable for
Sinai) voyage* only and will not be
subject to auy •ibsieme.jt.
loe family abatement Transa1
Un'ically will, m futuie, l>e ll) % from
the Minimum lisle in favour of families
travelling together, paying for tbe
sinjfe Jo «i ntg tbViuaiValent of three
adults Tra saUaLtio faies.
Keiuru tickets Will be available for
21 Cdlendat uioilha and cauciot be
extended beyond that time.
Passengers way break their voyage
at any of tbe Intermediate ports on all
(listand aaoond class tickets ou tbe
Main L'ne. badort&lion os the ticket
will not be ne^eisity but uolice must
be given ut re-einbaication.
i 'ine baggage allowance, in future,
will be4 t,»t fur each adult Hut ilasa
fa«sengei , J • wt, for each second
i tase passenger or servant ¡ aod 1 cwt,
Ur each steerage or deck passenger.
Excess will be iba jged at 7/tí per cwt.
For fiinhiH* particulars, please
apply to
lbe KOt U. MAIL 8TKAM PACK El
COM PAN V,
Manila tumre. Pott*of Spain,
Tiiuidad,
^ and at Jicai borough, Tubigo
ruga,
cine* and Pharmaceutical
Mods received this week by Measra
Smith Uros, ¿t Co of the Bonanza
Drug Store* la included the following j
Sanatogen (the reliable Brain and
Nerve Food) Mothersill’e eea tick
Hemedy. Atnorou Ueooform, Scblefle*
tin'* fleroterplne, 1 laetnoqulnttloe.
JjtvM b\LE-
-Hduss audUul ioi silo
— Vtopeuy kousoas N •. 76 ‘Abaiciou-uy
o^reeL Apply to A. MiUitikt', UU
<^ie>en btrees oroutbe premises Afrii
20—1m. ,
l?Olf bALlfi—iW teusBatent iuei. Ap*
X1 ply to Ü. GlITEN*. MsosgarOr
Plots Estate, Teoeiigo*.—Apni 20.*
hOH
X tVrought Imu O* . ILHso
(Niw) Wise» w Mi.bi#» u<.
i»ra Irem Ale«»ribMim uHsltreON «Cu.
—Apnl mii-lm. '
Í^üirtíALÍS twu \e l males In genome is»0Ji*anj—a^*i)
to 40 S)Jtb tgaay—Apm U n-J-v.
1.ÍUH ttALPT—"Pi’opfrty No. 00 belle
. Bau Hoad, ooutaiug s Dediooiu#,
Drawiog and Dining Huoiu* with large
gallery and usual out mttce*
One Steel frame tmldmg, suitable
or a ebuixb, school or ball. -For
particular* please apply to aubcd
Mendez, 60 booth quay.-Maub JJ~
]m* , _
flOirSiLl!*-A BStlGAlN—That tom
Jt (ortable aa *'tiyltou.” aituatwl at the comoi t( the
i^tvanuab and dt. Clair Avenue at (vreeeui
pocupled by Mr. t)re>fu« i-ouuioiug laige
drawing aud dining iouui large gaiJcrie*
north east and w est, 1 slitiug room, 4 bed
rooms, 4dreaaiog rooms, bathroom aud
Isvatory, ponliy, kiuben all under one
loot. Large vard with chohe fruit trees
and coutainiog f herranli room». J stalls
ftnre carriage house, amanta, batb en
Tor further partisulars apply to Mr J
Field at tbs hducaUou unite ot lo 1H
(jueen'a Park West—MaixhU—Em.
AROUND THE STORES.
Tn* Bonanza Drvu Stoubr-Among
. ie rrgular fortnightly shipment ot
Fresh Drugs, ChemTcale, Patent Medl
AUCTION SALES
WARD P&IGE&CO
Awertoweere, Fofu*r*, BttoU Affm/t
and Aeoo%*rUanUt
THE CITY SU.G BOOMS.
26 Frederick Street—TeU 116.
doodi received for tale at all time* >
Satusol, Neui-ouldia, also Bonanza (?OR SALK. —. Ilafidy Sailing boat
KtTerveecept Lllbla_ Tablets, And -L with sails, oar#. Ac. Also a very
imitli Robsrtsaa & Uo
Ui’KEIt FUK BALE
Ex d. S. “ Maracas.”
1 FiuwUlAVkNA CKJAIIS-
1,101 poncha* Pm**MurUs..
¿UÍ) Loodies—" liy. Oay.g
M) Caxadorsw—M Murías,
And ex Recent Arrivals:
1 Cw Hit VALIAN CIUAUS — 'c
it.ii^e of UW aud 3(0.
.ti 4*seas FlNIfSr OLD l*OUT
0) Cases MT IMFHAEL WINE
lardases OLtOvlAKUtllUNE -
Oakdale No. 1
dO Cases Cl MJTEH’S BU 4NOY
J» Pons Ford 4 Canning Best hand
1IUI810L 1 EM TJilt LIME.
I IIA' UN hlHEkT
lOt ü iVbruary, JUI2
ll land known as30, Marine Mquare
and 40, Houtb Quay with Cocoa buu#e
and Mtore, and also suitable for Lum¬
ber yard. App'y.toJl, Marine toquaie.
April 6— Im.
FOR SALE-
Tik cocoa plantation .i .l.
Ute Mr, Jaita O’Joe «itua e at
biogre Üraude, i mils from lUile»y
btauon aod ob iqaely opposite the oe«l>
boilt Court lloose, covprUlog forty acres
of leod (all eultlvateU), and known as
^'.Pioipec'.’’ Tbe es^te l* w«H watsred,
la U excellent cjudltiou aod very eoavaei-
eotly attaatrd.
For further particulara, pirase apply to
Smaaoucl O’Joe. Planter, MsegreOraade.
toAlexsodcr 0 Joe, Planter, A roues or
to Mr. U Israel ietferi, boliei or, 7 lia/t
btreet. Fora of-Spaie. Maroh 0bk—lie.
WANTED.
llTANTKl) —Experíenoed liauti lor
IT "'Furniture aefvartmeul. Apply
Wilwom Ü. &T| LTU-Apnl klei-iw,
\irANl*KD. -A retpecUble Lady
V T would like to be a coiupaoiiMi U)
an invalid lady, young ot old. Parti*
eutare and terms to Fhimh w»i \*
Purt*j/Sptwt UaatUc* Olll o - ipn)
IIHIl—Iw.
WANfKlmnklilSKB-M...
CharboAAé, N. ttCilfwu>hwe<.
Wly, begs to Inform bar inauy ftiurds
im otkeee that ahe is prepared lu
supply board to a hurtled nuiulár
at papdeeate ratas. Cuieine fatiiUes*
—Mae le al o prepared iu i
is a few oblidres fi-otu lUs iuui.it.
deelrose af atleudiug eobouj in i b«*
ylty House aUeuliou gusiauted -
Apt l! »od.
PALATABLE COBOL.
A pN *»»■ tul tun! p(ir*Mf>rin oftbeauike
uh hutl pniKiplc* t-xtratted (ruur
PURE COD LIVER OIL.
In (.umbinKtion with lh" Huid extra*.! of
«H i» i mi tun, » \ i»A.< i ot maii and tbe
ioui ■ t n i> -Yin i1 o» in i oru'-rjiirte
( be" »» itgrceabJo laaiv.
Vy vlJu Jj aud huid to boom of
Hit- bh*i aud utoal polstsble of sue It toiu
pound* | i
iry codal. Moa $1 per battle
GSC IT AT
RAWLINS S DRUG STORE,
April 11 -im 10 PARK bHIKhT.
Honanra Granular Efterveecent So
diuur Fhosphatc.
I’RKPAtn Con TDK ItAIXy SB.VHO't J
There are evident sign* of the end of
the present drought* As usual Ste¬
phen's Ltd. are well prepared for wet
weather and want all their cuetomen
to make their preparations also at
Tur Stores, Bear In mind our Ad¬
vertisement for this week and come
at ouce and select your Jlain Coats,
I'tnbrellas, Footwear etc. and WoUen
Uoderwcar. Kverytking you can
possibly require we believe we can
supply you with, be It Gents goods,
Taiioiing, Indies Fancy goods, Gro*
cenes, Furniture, Boots and Shoes, or
Glassware. The best place to buy
ever) thing is Stephens Ltd*
Jnnv Hovdley ¿c Co have Just
received a nice assortment of Travell¬
ing Huge Bags. Csbtn Bags, and Suit
Coses t also a Dtge stock of warm
l ndereluihing suitable for traveller*.
At Hvmvkrs-on t—We are offetlog
on Monday Jtuvh Hal* at fl-SM per
do*, and Ladies Heady-to-Wear Hats
from I'd b> F/* each, another ship¬
ment of our double width Cotton
Drill Tweeds at $1.(G per suit, flight
..hade of Khaki at)/- per yard. FrinU
from Ic to 8i* per yaru. Silk TafTeUs
rn all shades at 1 j*er yatd, Toya and
OitiamenU from .iUc a dozen. Keep
with the time* by buying a watch at
* The Exchange '^junly for 73c — V
Fiederirk bt.
J. Olendinm.su & Co have a nice
oMorlwent of Izadle» llair Pads.
Cuils, lVizette» etc. aho a new stock
of Combo, I fair, Mide aud Uaryrtt*,
a select vaiiety.
Wat^rman’m Mlsh vuk-Don’t fail
to buy your Mustia ¿llover from us
from 18cts to (JOcts. Flouncing 275o.
lung fiom 3lets to 81cte per yard.
Wonderful value lit Miubroiuery cldge
and Insmiou from 2rt* lo 13cta per
yaul. Flint* from 4 to bet*. Cotton
•*. 1 be very beat value in tbe Trade Ci lass-
ware from 2;U to 2!cl* each, See our
bhow Window for good value in
Meu’s Hoots at 7s, anuflj each pair,
fully woith fJUU. CoDtloue to buy
from Walenuan.
Com|K>und byrup of Prunes Is the
name of atíyrupeold at Pat’s Phar¬
macy, Belmont as a laxative for
children and delicate females. Seo
advetUsement id another column of
this pajver.
At Mih-lard’h—Malllard'e values
tins week stand out prominently
among other values and their prices
remain as visual the lowest possible,
•Self colour Ac atiiped mercerised
muslin in champagne, gteeii. aod
creiiii wurth bets per yatd going at
Acts { plain blue figured brocade worth
gets going at Dcts ; splendid value in
striped HdtiélMte, 21m. to 27iu. wide
at 31 ts nn l U*ts per yard. Flak crash for
skirts at IJ ts the yard. Men’s Negli¬
gee fehuts, fi*om Ji'ts toOOcts. Aleu's
“Country Club' Boots in block, vlcl
and Patent leather at (J.30. Afeo'*
Fancy leather Belts from 2)cts to
tfk ih Men's imniitatioa Piesident
Hjopendet* at 27cts per pair For
value try Mallloid s first.
with •ails, oar#, Ac, Also "a very
Boa bras* oondlat (Marine) by Neg*
retti and Zambra-both very cheap.
Apply to Ward Pues it Cp., Auc¬
tioneer and ttstat* Ageula, — ApHI
21*t—>lw. _
pOR SALB by order of a Lady who
A* to leaving the Colony—3 pair* of
beautiful Liberty Bilk drawing room
curtains, cleati bedding aod mosquito
nets, chamber sets, dressing Cuestskhd
other furniture—on view at the Kalb
K0OM6,26 Frederica Btreet—April Hit
—Iw.
TBE CITY SALE BOOMS.
26 Frederick St.
WAKD PRICE Tco., have received
instruction* to sell by Auction oa
Thursday next, April 23th—20 yottog
puliet*, a turkey* and a fine Plymouth
Hock Cockerel (1st prize winner at
tbe recent Show), also tiding saddle
aod bridle and other effects—April
2Iat-lw,
Salt at t,tO o'clock.
SALE OF PROPERTY.
QND^U tnatructloD* received the
undersigned will offer for eahi at
their 0(Uce. No. 12,8L Vincent Btreet,
Port-of-8pain. on THURSDAY, Tilts
2vo MAY, 11)12, between tbe hours of
one and two p,m.
All and singular that cerlaio piece
or parcrl of laod situate in Ihe Ward
oKtoura. comprising one acre, three
roods tod tweaty-slx perches, planted
40 rocot, bounded on the North by
lands of Francisco Ileotaodek, on the
SuulU and East by Janus of the Crown
and on tbe West by lands of Julian
Hernandez, now Henry Caraociolu,
and lUIJ^u-cro Hernandez now Henry
Caraccio'o.
Dated this 18 b day of April, 1012.
F. J. BCOTT A BON,
Oort, Auctioneers,
Auction Salo
—it—
No. 1-1, St. Vi.ncem Stkkct,
—ron—
Monday, 22nd April, 1912.
UNDER instructio* * the underslgued
will offer for safe t —
D. & T. 30 Kegs HbBUUCK’3 WHITE
2ÍN0- 14 Iba. each.
30 Kegs HUUUUCKS WHITE
2IN0—¿8 lbs. each.
50 Kegs 1IUDBUCK’S WHITE
ZINC -36 lbs. each.
6 Casks PUTTY,
Landed demaged ex b.8. TevioUial9
front London, condemned by surve
and sold for the beoeflt of whom *
may concern.
seca a as sxt XO a.m.
W* Term* Ca»K on cUUury,
F. J, SCOIT A SOV,
Govt Auctioneer*,
lgih April, 1912.
TO BE SOLD
-BY-
CARBIDE! CARBIDE!!
10(1 1)111 MS
CALCIUM CARBIDE
Ji s-]’ iii:cr.ivi;i)
i:.\ ss. u m;\ .in.i."
roil hale hv
T. GEDDES GRANT
». HvoMtlwny
i‘uH of Mpaip.
French Lessons.
A
toi Si. I \I»\ i» piepand I» give
l «vi 11. I j»- *» » t4i • '«r«i4 ekarw#,
■ 1 l>- n> I i u i* . > 111 UU.I llmi) i« aJmo
"I ' I ’) 1 » N in, lii‘l)«D*id
«r I’si íi-a.ij M«»iü ¿i- iiq¿
-lu#
Alien’s
Lung Balsam
twv«r fill* !» cure MMPJJÍ or
Hi: ay Y i;OLl)M and *11
lUtOSCIILVL TKOinitXS.
latK1', Mvliaui, 8nuQ
or T n4 bize Botllsa.
FR*or»« GEORGE E. MCLEAN,
Watch Repairer and Jeweller,
Xu. -ji, riii:i)i:i!icK
St.
CHEAP WATCHES, CLOCKS AND
JEWELLERY.
Spectacles and Eje Glasses to
suit-ail Sights.
N. DÍ CAPUA & CO.,
Ji ttu ih /> Wutchnuder*.
i nc-fc as'-uHiMhVT ur
JEWELLERY, WATCHES, ETC.
OUMPl.hrb siu«.k wf Dpiusl
Mglit tented «u untie I) uiiil
'larut bUltitUlv/ 1>Uuuh* muu|hm
VII kunU uf JeMiUt'is uid-le lu
iwjlrlt Wat(he«, I U« i
tit, 1 (tml UuajauUtd
, ui ft jnsL )*.««'* N II u,
*t. I uk-ul'- '-¿D'l • u lüa
i.uods.
iii ui
iu uiilrr
a... iu
i,g and
PUBLIC A UCTIOxY
Valuable and Desirabl
SjiStores,
OFFICES'* AND RESIDENCE.
FAVOURED by Instruction* received
from tbe Tru*te;* of tbe Jate Hon.
Ueo. Goodwilie, tbe undersigned will
offer fur Pub ie UoiopetlUon on Wed-
ne*d»y tbe 8th d»y of May, IkP,
between the hours u( oue and twop.tu,
the following valuable properties t—
17 CH ACON 8T. - Two storied building
with large yard andouthouees
0awerage tostálled. Building
of recent date, at present oc¬
cupied by Meter*, biullh Hrp*.
¿k Uo. as a Garage
ID FREDERICK ST.—Two-*toried it on
and stone building. Sewerage
loiUiled, at present occupied
a* a Dry Ooods itote by Mr. ¡Ü
BoulUsure,
21 FREDERICK 8T-T wo-.torL d Iron
aod stone building. Sewerage
installed, at presrat occupied
by Meters. Wrong & Co,
23 FREDERICK 6T. -Two-storied Iron
and stone building. Bewerage
Installed. These builodioga
comprise those premise* at pre¬
sent occupied by Messrs. 8,
Dreyfus A Oo., H. E. Jacob on.
and lbs offlee, ontll recently,
rented by Mr. Jefferson Davis
on b ba1/ of the Usoeral Petro*
Hum Properties.
KHROL PARK. fr. ANNS.-Thls re*
sidenee is at present occupied
by Hir G, T. Fenwick, h«*
large commodious outhouse*
and stabling, swimming batb
etc, la addition to the private
ground* there ars 14 acres of
land kdmirsDly suited for leas¬
ing and building lota
TERMS CA81L
F. J. SCOIT & SON.
Govt. Auctioneer*.
Further particulars and information
on application to u* at No. 12 ht.
Vincent btrsst, Port-of-Dpsin.
For Sale.
1‘ Malgretoute’ Estate
SITUATE at Lower LUnns la the Ward
ol Morog* ectnpritiog 20 acres aod
tautiiog on ihs North fay lands of Rsoe
Granger on the South by tbe »ea aod by
kod« ol J. Mtitlsod oo lbs K«st by
Uods of Jobo Lóala aod by laada ol
Charlea P^sthler aod on the Wad by
l«nds of Mr* Inland I here are 3*75 foil
beartoe tresi ¡¿b years old, 10U half trees
an I 1077 rmtU tice#, eosoa boasa aod two
dweUiog booie#. Ibera ars 200 ooeooot
erees oo tha e»t«te, ibi estate is fi miles
(rom th* M >rag» Village there are Z aeres
of nnca’tlva’ed laoda eo reisooabla efier
a 11 ba rafaaed. For farther parUcalars
apply to
W. If. HOUGHTON
Lalaas Moraga,
or to-R. M. T, PHIZGAR,
Solicitor,
No 23 St, Vlaeeot Sire it Port-ol-Spala,
Mvcb 28 - I'll.
TYPE-WRITING.
AN EftgU»bwom«n reqalrei a j»oas
Shorthand Typlit or B okkaa^er )
g tod rdei enera *'4." ** Fvit-ol-opaln
Gaxil e.*—Ajnl 19Ji- lw.
TO BE INVESTED.
A F JUTHER euruof »r«,'JUU at mod
árale i ate of interest.
15. K* LOINSWORT1L
7 Hart Street,
April 17 tb 1m.
THE VIOLIN OF THE DAY
s.s. “Arid
From TVwwrpovt X&m'wm, 3H
1 |
4,461 Tons Borwlnd 8tand*t
NBÍY.RIVER cOAIS.
Ex 8.8- Ghonab-Krom Calcutt'*
1,021 Bag] No. 1 NAQttA KICK
341 FANCY RICE.
Jíjc S.Ü. MA.HACAS front lOltK^
6 Cases Butt or-5 Ib'Tina
61 Kegs
331b Ea.
LmU
W. STEDMAN ARCHES
15th Mai eh 1012.
64, South Quay,
.A_ DBCLE Cp
68 Marine Square-(Next to the Ice Houg^j
JEWELLER
J08G roooned and oponed lor Inspoction «. our usuiljl
prices, A complete andup-lo-d.ua aloca >t' Gold ud
Jeaeller; (too numerous to dot&il)
SOLID SILVER AND ELECTRO PLVTtii) WARES, \
WATCHES. CLOCKS. OPHCAL GOODS A«-.
LARGE VARlSir T01WIT ALL TAStt * ABO fOCIMl
(Vatchos and Jewollor/’ropúrod bp compjton w irkmea
(lOVfcltNMfc ' Í OONTUiC
Jan. IQ-lm
fllilR Swcet«f,t and Must Reliable io the I
X Market is Tub Nii'olx* Kwtaro I
sjoui.L, Hold at Thk Mvhical Hall la I
sixes hum $J to wx chin rest*, f
and rtwes to aulL G. «trinas single ana
double length* from 8 to 44 cents each. 1
Portuguese Mandolins from to 9JJ. 1
Freutfi, German an«l English 6 *nd 8 keys I
flute from fl tofl5. \ iolln cello’s from f
kUtofJO. Cuatro strings, doable length,
as uaoal Band8 cento. Tutors for all In*
etmuienta a apcclalllv.
Jtcmeuiber Mk. D. B. HINDMAN la I
tbe moat Tellable teacher for strioged I
lustruments. Generous terms to Wgloners I
btudlo—24 Frederick Street, I
Port-of Spain, I
The RAYO
STEADY a
WHITt^
UCMT**
lAMP 1? A i
UK&OB UK
THERE ARE L\MPá THAT COST MOl,
THERE IS V J 3-Ti 'll 1 AMP AT ASf
kal-Piatedorersjill llrsrr aoi ,Uea«!|
atyourdiilorieillor write
* Woat India OU
OFFICE: So. t ST VI SCENT SIMWl
N0TÍCE0F SALE
1?OU SALE—That piece af land situate j
: in IIjsVV ard of Tsuarlgua In this Ulsod
comprising one lot (village lot) being part
of M.a I'arodlsa lands enu abutting oa ths
.North on other lands of the Parodies
lands oo thobouth on lands of Mori* Al*
exl* oa the East on Unda of Pol I Inal* and
oa tbe West on lands of John Hunt,
suitable for buildings no reasonahUoffer
will be refused.
i'leate apply to
LfcONAHU C1IAUUONNE,
c/o F. J, Mainuot, Esq. Solicitor.
aCVSk. Vincent htrvet, X’ort-of.Bpslo.
Oth April, 1012.
YOU ARE LOSING MONEY AND
â– vary iXajr aroix Pat o ri crater j
SCHUMACHER STOCK FI
IT SAVES YOU FTtOMjpS^TO «3 PEIt TON AS COMPARED J
STOCK!
Enriches and Increases Etow of MiMC»
Owner. Leaving for
England-
?01t SALE—10-12-2 Cyl, 8«fft Oat- j
- 1911 Model—two asster with detach 1
rear seat—dual Igsitiou—’Duolop datacb* I
«tie rfms with apare tira and etrrler aperos I
Also 12 14 # Cyl Argyle Ur 5 arater I
moat comfortable tonoaaa Daalop detach- f
able rims complete aopply of sparse all I
gear wboele difftienlUl dopUcated. Ap* I
y to Gca FinOizau), h*n Fsresado. I
Mr. Geo. FitxGecald also «fiera ble I
♦cruces while la Kogtaad to soy parties I
wUhleg to purchase Kaglub or Creech I
cara lia to in toocb with several makers I
and la io a portion to parcha* oa bettor f
(arma iban aro generally off «red—March f
21 d-lot. 1
—. KT*?_ . _ 4 , . 80AUANTXNÜ ANALYSIS
a _ a Crude Protein J...
*__jFat ,M
Fibre
„ . ' CnrboUydrstoaJSagarandSlarab)
Mali from Nature * Forest Froluct*—Cora,
Meal, &o*
m For Sol* by MoKaMBCa As !
flapMith 19H
olucts—Cora, llarlsf, Wheat, Flour,!
Good Morning!
Did the letters blur white you
weie reading yesterday** (elrgiaui*
14 Item* ot New* ** t
Our Glasses
Make the Vision Clear. Bure,
â– â– Y
MHH51
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Auction, Salo
r|lUE undersigned will ell hypublio
1 auction on Moodsr. Had April.
lullatTravagaoxa HattU. Goeorete
Main Hoad in the Ward of Muaurapo.
i Teawaent covered with galvaniaed
Iron sheets atAodlog ou wm>d pillare,
dtoiraiaed upon for arrears of lad
reato aud Uxe*. belonging to L M
Hj. u , r.» Tttm,
MUKH CoLLYIIOBli,
D*'1*® AuuUeew,r.
m, UwrlvU.Mnwt.
Trinidad Electric Oo Ltd]
X.1UIXBO.
ia ala bow itoioai to toOo, each.
WOLFRAM," TANTALUM, TLNU.
HTB* or MAZDA uaoUl
p. U HARDINO,
Otittr../ Motu^/or
[ AHU.-ON CYC.-GL.Sl1
ll?110 ’■?.'****• Fr.mi.. Ho. »t
Sghbir,'fr- Kj®-iMrefuIlj ii.ro-
DlleJ0™*1* 1 ,*orlPlk>n* ««full/
LKO n. FITZWILI.IAM,
Port-o( Bpalo.
I HOME* INDUSTRIES
association.
a*. ftf—ilMiol* Bt.
Me Iiave u large «tuck of
Juiiim, Jellies, lYexenn! limcv
l’eiMwr Wine etc etc, AImJ
Lasuew N me.
Notje»]
’ubli Is hereby #»*
credit nor buy enycocf
wife Msigaret Tsui *>
auiliorised to sell uy
transact any bu«loeaaio*»^p
abkauam f>
Oratld Knin d
Manh -'I Aui ^
FOnOOMBU
pomol '¡‘AIS TBifJS
2/ » A P
OS, Queen
Silk Merclianl
Icdl&a. Síruí.ii. HmiUV”
fareliii Vd Cbina«r
.. ,„A H o»*

ÍOIll'Otf-SPAtN (ÍAJÍftKPK &I1NDAV A^míi 2l*W/'
PAÍlLATUVIER—T0DAG5.
>*
Will Prompt:
' U
a Most Efficient Antheju.v,
Is
. i n*«
>£Ü
Germicidal Ointment.,
, .It is used with Success in the Treatment of Eczema,
Hemorrhoids and Skin Diseases.
ü c—
It »•••«!•. IiiJmc»* •>>»«<* •”PP1J lk* -
il I. th."lra.tra.lil ol •«*«« *nj .dmnrad «...
•f Ecmim. . „ t ,
S«U b colUptibU TuUi ana *ns4»elt pound tin*
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
THE INTER-AMERICAN DRUG AND TRADING CO.,
NEW YORK.
Sole Agenti i SMITH BROS & CO. THE BONANZA CRUG STORES
HATS
-_A-T—
m*»t i-orr*-epor>de«t Mod* ur
«•>* ir: - P«ul n uvicr is an rm*-
j plsca wblih li teiihed
In Uwt, or land, from Hear
;b. The coastal stearosr ** Spey “
««h. 1 - -T ,
ends orre unce * foi might octy, aod
by ruad you hate to either walk or
rule th*rb bring, a* yet, ro drfvable
road‘the whole way to this flahini
- -Jinir
wfHnTwo small «hop*, which tell
A TRIBUTE OF APPRECIATION
g other good», win* and tnalL
meet the
•moni
mreuhi people'» wants la this respect,
the one owned by a Tobagonian, and
the other by a Grenadian. The tur*
rounding country arene» areplctnr-
e* the aouth tue •'Forest Reserve," ór
MainItidge which I» clothed atibe
time of wrlllng'ln dark green tree*
vegetation and where the wild bog, or
peccary la to be met with at time».
To the westward la the open aea and
to the north Pigeon llitl.tbeblgbeat
land In the Island. OIT tha coaatof
Parlatueler are amatl rock» called the
•• Five Stater*." The Government baa
an airy, new Rest House very pleasant*
ly pUcfd, and^convenlently furnished
on elevated land not far away from
the ara which la especially provided
travelling officers aoa certain
HENDERSON’S
OUR STOCK OF
HATS, HATS, HATS !
SHAPES AND TRIMMING MATERIALS IS COMPLETE
AND CP TO DITE
xgko:
SKY - IH
ARE THE STYLES & VALUES OF OUR MILLINERY DEPAR’MT
It will be to your ndtJiitnge to see our Line-.
Flowers
“The Exchange”
5», FREDERICK ST.
MOUNTS,
H \/l C D ”Ee Royal Mail
â– 1V.LO-1 â–  StcamPacket Co
minns —The K M.S “ Tagus" la due hero from Southampton vU Cherbourg
?;ítoí-Aünoo» «JkSS.
^ísSfí¿á?,Sía Wllhl'5íü5glw»í.r!PM[iurnouae th.cS£SSy"í¡«Vl5r .t tbe St Vlnc.ut Wbarf. uot Uur t» b,
UUn tq tb. I»rg. f« lumlgjlion. __ , wm wmk Jn qaMMtl,».
’ will leave on Tuesday VlrTlnst for (W*
Tn *11 other reepecta thi
fJEKBICE-Tbe U.MIST
' Tagua 1
1 iterbio17
BKREICiá-loe tt-M.o. ” '
♦pad%^t^ JfifiS^B^PiagdVEouae^ Jetty (Jueeii'e Wharf at 5 p.m., with
passengers and their baggage foe tbe M Bei bice."
AU baggage for tbe above named porta timet be delivered to tha Company*»
lighter at the tit Vincent Wharf, not later than U a.m. on Tuesday the 23rd
inbtant for fumigation. , ‘ ,
CargJ for the ** Uerblce" will be received only up to t p vtn on Mon-
day the ¿¿vdluaUnL
Tt ipatant forDometara, taking passengers, cargo, and malls.
The teoder will leave the Lighthouse Jetty, Uaeen'a Wharf at 1 p.m., with
passengers for tbe '* BalaeUa.”
All baggage for Demeraramuat Lo del vered to tbe Company*» tighter at the
I, Vincent Wharf, not later than 8 a.m. uu Tuesday the 23rd Ti
for Its
other folks, Mr. Thom la tbe courteous
caretaker. AllbNigh the long spell of
dry weather continues, yet garden
alud aa com, ceeet potatoes, plan¬
tain*, banana* and so on are green,
fresh, and In general good growth.
Compare these appearances to thoaa
of the Sandy Point Divlsion-of^th*
Island for instance, and mark the
great contrast from there where, even
the common bush growths have a
dried up and withered appearance.
The lands’at Pailatuvier are highly
productive and It follows, are well
suited for tbe planter's wants. Fine
young stock graze here and there t also
pigs and fowls are seen about. Some
Uft miles off. at Big Englishman*» Bay,
aud Li Ule Englishman's Davarathepro-
peitiea respectively of Messrs. Wm.
Thomson and Archibald Thomson at the
tlrstywjped, and at the latter Mr 8aviU
has his residence and property, Rivers-
dale. Extensive preparations for
further coconut and cocoa planting
at Big Englishman Bay are under way |
large fruit trees having been felled,
then fired, and lastly the lands lined,
so as to be ready for the next plantioi
season. Th*a portion of the [aland i
hilly, the slope* being of considerable
depth aod in consequence precipitous.
Of all the striking wild plants, perhaps,
that of tbe tail tnbbsge Palm Is the
more conspicuous for it is to be neco
in great numbers together but are
giviog way to the axeinsn as village
operations widen out. The trunks of
this paluj are cut up into rough boards
as many as lDu to 13J being spilt out of
the larger grown trees. 1 hese are sold
at five dollars a hundred and find-their
way to Plymouth and other places for
the building of small houses and shed*.
At Parlatuvier many of the homes of
the peasantry are so constrifc'ed and
finished otf with a thatch roof, lliis
part of Tobago is fast becoming very
important and when the thousands of
young cocoa and coconuts come Into
bearing, in addition to those already
in that conitiou. It can easily be seen
or imagined what (he commercial
activity in that direction will be then.
Tbe hays along this cost are so adapt¬
able for shipping purposes that given
sufficient accommodation and facili¬
ties, there will be no difficulty In send¬
ing away the produce to the right
mat kets.
Lots [of vigorous young Avocado
pears ai e observable about tbe district?
nr. i hat-Kcr-» rA UBt* be behind W a
seller, tbe vlllaso possesses a church
(Anglican) which is under the control
ofth. VIc.r, th. Rev. Me. K»cbr»ne.
who live, it l’Jvaiooth. with * d.v
jciioql .tUehed. Northward, lie.
Charlotte Vllle got at iif a bridle
track, oc* by l>oAt If arrangements' are
made with the local fishermen as was
tbe habit of tbe late Warden-Magii-
¡hu»' w,heo travelling on
Th, following ad lre-»ww nr. ~r|erl
t,1 th. 1U». C. M. On)’ t An o»,»t
the cud of his Lenten bervire» **l the
Cathedral of tbe Holy TI laity, forreen^
only. Tbe rrp’y of the Never*»a gen*
tlsmen Is also appended t— ,
Port*bf-8peln,
28Lh March 1013.
To the Itev, A. H. Otrv. Arima.
Itev. and Dear Sir,-We feel that w«
should forward these Ilusa though
short and simple, to you. to thank you
for your beautiful and most helpful
AddrWxw on the Wednesday evenings
duriogtbe Lenten season delivered »n
Holy TViolly Cathedral. Uke
who have already done tb ai work Iit
was good of you to travel that dls*
tance from your home for such a pur¬
pose and we can assure you, sir, that
when yoor last address was delivered
the wub thst the season was not yet
over which brought them to an eou
was expressed by many present, we
hope that your efforts have been
blessed and much good will ensue.
While appreciating similar work on
former occasions don* by other preach*
ere, we tnay here be permitted to ea*
pres* the hope that we shall have the
privilege ana pleasure of bearing you
oo future occasiona . _
We remain Itev. and Dear Sir.
Your* faithfully.
Tbe Men who attended your Lenten
addresses,
(Signatures)
81
fumigation.
Cargo for the
tbeSird Instant.
• Balautia" will be received only up to 2 p.ui. on Mondey
Coluii !kl Ft-rietart*» Office.
24th NóvcinUr, 1011.
Sir—1 am dlre^ed by th* (lovcrnor
• o arkuoufnUr the trorlrt of -W**
Utter theSfe1 lustsnt.anu In Inform
you, in reply, that the Frotrst of tbe
Workingmen^# Asaocistlnn In conato*
tlon with the question of Reciprocity
with Canada, which was fofwardsd
therewith, will bMransmltted In the
Right Honourable the Secretary of
Stale for the Colonics by the outgoing
mail.
I have Ac.
(SgdjB. W. Knaooa
olonlM Secretary.
To Tbe Honorary Secretary.
kiogmen Assnclatioo.
Trinidad Workingmen’
rtirtrOf-SpAln*
w”“ "TsaraiSümi
Sir,—With reference to my letter.
No. 62j2iíKMXÍ,oltbe24thet Novem*
Ur last, 1 am directed by the Oorernor
to Inform you that the protest address*
ed by the Workingmen's Association
to the Secretary of Gtate for the
Colonies on tbs 10th November las tin
connection with Reciprocity sHth
Canada was transmitted in «f»
Ilarcourt by tbe mail of the 2nth c.f
November, and that Its receipt was
acknowledged bjr^ the
THE REPLY,
Tha Vicarage, Arima.
April 19.
Dear Sir»,—I have been sobuiyin
settling Fallsh matter* pitortomy
departure that I have had little oppor*
tunlty to write to you before this,
I desire to express to you my most
sincere and heartfelt gratitude for I be
most kind expression of your appreci¬
ation of ths Men’s Services dutlng
Lent. I ftR when aske«d by Iho Arch-
deaeon that a very great honour was
done me. The large atteodsnee at
each, ae well as tbe great attention
paid were moat rocouraglog to me,
and I can only may that if, by Ood’a
Grace, I have been able to reoder some
assistance to tbe spiritual welfare of
those to whom 1 was privileged to
•peak, 1 am devoutly aod humbly
grateful.
I need hardly say how much T shan
treasure tbe letter received from yon.
Wishing you all happiness and pros¬
perity both In your aoclal and public
as well as religious avocations, 1 bid
yon God speed.
Yours very Faithfully
A. H. Utucr,
COURT LISTS.
Monday,
ORDINARY JURISDICTION.
(OefonUr, Jvtttes btcan)
MOTION.
Garcia v. Owner of Schooner
• cyrnos."
TRIAL*.
Carr Woodroffe, da Costa v,
Gomes.
{BefortMr. JxUtic* RusaelL)
Trinidad Building and Loan Associa¬
tion v. Charles.
Friday,
bUMMARY JURISDICTION.
TRIAL*.
(Btjort the Vhiet Justice.)
Trinidad Coaling Co. v. Waid Price
A Co-» Chow Lin Oo v. Springer, Stoll-
ttuutu.)
Clark, v. 1
, .. _ «lift v. Fernandez.
(Before Mr. Justice Oieau.)
Guillaume r. btewarU
Ram-
TRINIDAD WORKINGMEN’S
ASSOCIATION.
A msutimo of th* Trinidad Working-
tuen's Association was held under the
presidency of Mr. Alfred Richard* at
fain
,_ Tl. * * * wi* I |»rr»»ue*icy oí «ir. Aiireu nicnarua as
.i'r.tiSfl rt-W.oU, w« th. U.li olf.lmH. Rrlrndlv «.«letr
L*!,al"tl,E *™ th. I MNoai Prince Hlrwt, l>ortV)f Sp»ln,
in. ", rEES.U?J? ,?f.,*:"jt“won, onTbürtd.jnl^ht, Tbrr. wu .T.lr
rrltENir
J- Aslllh
i.in.i.r. rr.pecuvriv or rergui.on, 1 on Thunder nlirl
o.Uut for ífP,lM An.Mu. .r.l lb‘ -rre' Mr. A. UIImIo!!, SecrvUrv th«
n.r , lí.11. 1 R.rl.tuvirr, to Rev. Dr. Ilwtlry, Mn.rv J. ft. do
"7JV..Í.1'. Í ^fUtiful pl«. .od 11 I Bourg, V. R. Hkerrvtt, Robert Tool-
Th. ibM.h. ' Ti ml - I. 3oa boro I rom Now York, n.
Aotllla (OqbaV Jamaica, Colon, Cartogeoa, and Flo Colombia on Monday
the 29tb Instant, and will leave tbs next day lor hootbamptoL, via Barbados,
tit. Michaels (Asures), and Cherbourg, taking 1st class and deck passengers,
cargoiaad mails.
Tike tender will leave the Lighthouse Jetty,-Queen’s Wharf, at 4 p,m. with
passenvers for the M Tivnt."
1st clase passengers for Europe are specially iotlfled that a baggage
lighter to be despatched to the ** Trent ” will leave the 8t Vincent Wharf,
at lp.tn, on the day of sailing, and passengers are therefore requested to aea
that their baggage Is sent down before that hour.
All baggage for Bar' ■*dos must bo delivered to the Company’s lighter at tbe
8L Vincent Wharf ootla'er than l> a.iu. ou Tuesday (be sbth instant for
fumigation. Any baggage which bns not been fumigated cannot be received
oo board.
vrTll HDi be going to Veuvzuet*
*T1 A LA NT1 A. — The Jt,M ti. “ Bilautia
JI Carupanoq l’ampatar. and La Uusyra,
r r .. tbe lAith instant owing to
quarantine restriction* atibe above mentioned poits.
MEDICAL INSPECTION.
j^LL PASSENGERS for the Northern IjUndt»,_Uetnerara, Barbados, and
M Europe must present >henjselves o', lb
MeJical Inspecti«mat the |> Rowing Lourt
Demerara
1st A 2 d cU«m
Decker»
Ul<*e of the Tort Health Officer, for
torthem Islands •
worthy of Irlof brought loto promi' ÍSuU h Pu^».; KP.r«M, F. Ligerr"
S:».’J^0UBh ,,1«col>““">o( » J*IIy T. Cr.T.11, MVd. ÍVedlrlck; jf x.
oeiv»paper.
LOST LINERS.
In an article on “ Lost Liners" In the
March number of Chamltere'e Journal.
Air Joseph Horner recalls the number
of vessels which have from time to
AiitcheU, A, A. Burkett, and d. Abdul¬
lah and many others.
Among other business the following
correapoudeoce was read and con¬
sidered |
Port-of-Srialn,
21st November 1912.
The Bon. S. W. Koagg», C.M.G.
Colonial t^cretary.
Fir,—1 have tbe honour to endoso
copies of a Memorandum on Canadian
Hint* In a despatch dated ths
December. „ „ ,
2. I aiu tv express Ills Excellency*
regret that you were not previously
liuormed of this.
I have &e,
(Sgd.) 8. W. KHAOtH.
Colonial tiecretary,
Tlie Honorary Secretary. , .
IVtnldad Woi kiogmen • Association.
Port-oI-Spaln.
Port-of Spain,
21st, December. 1912.
TRINIUVI) UOMKINOMltV'S AMOtTA*
TIOM (INttmPOBATKIA)
The flow, a W. Knackis,
Colonial Secretary. ,
Sir-I have tbe honour to enclose
Copies of a Memorandum suggesting
the institution of a Special t-ourt of
Appeal from Magistrates' decisions
with a request that IBs Ejecllencr
should transmit same to Ills Majesty »
Principal Secretary of States for tna
Colonies.
I have &£•
t (Sgd.) Adhikn Hilarión.
TIIIÍíÍDAD WORKINGMEN’S
ASSOCIATION.
MRMOIUMM'M OF Till»* AaaOC IAT10N
ON AlTKALfl FROM MAOISTRATItS.
fo Tbe ltigut Honorable Lofts Uar-
(XHUT, Bis Majesty's Principal
Secietaryof State forth* Colonies.
Right llon'ble, Sir.-This Amocla*
tlon beg to draw your attention to
the Special Appeal Court from
Magistrates' decwlous editing In
Barbado*», and to the .Invaluable
services it tendera They -beg to
suggest the Instilutloti of a similar
Court in Trinidad.
We hare (Sgd.) Alfred lt((i(A»na.
President.
(Sgd,) AiuuEv Hilarión,
Hon. Secetary,
Porbof-Hnaln,
Trinidad. B W.I.
2Uth Dec. 1011.
V
Colonial Secretary’s Office,
Mai
DEATH OF REV. FRAHK DE
Win TALMACE.
,, H.'í- 1'r.nk P.I Witt Tulm.g., of I
thj. Ch.mhfi. Wyll. Churtl, In Phil»,
delpbla, died recently At Lhe age of 41.
from heart disease - — -I
time disappeared mysteriously. leavlag I Rndproclly with the request that His
not a single survivor to tell the store I Excellency should transmit same to
In the North Atlantic ,erri« .100.! 1 - *
liwo.» tkfll -«.I luiai , .. **
S p.tn.
2 p ni.
1st and 2nd class
Deckers
11 a,m, 1-t and «ludrias»
IOaiu Ceckeie
Barbados and turopo
- ¿»,tn-
2|> m
NOTICE.
YjABBENOBRS from Trinidad to ealier Hsrtasdos or Hviype are respectfully
X Informed that it will be < eceMury for th-m to undergo *J#»Hna' losneetioa
by the Port Health Ofilcerou arrival al Barbado* befoie (traUijoe i« given tu
the ship,
PaiMingere are therefore eameaiiy nquu-l.d to bo in readiaea* U> atlsod in
the Haloon on am»al a H»rh*d>M>
between |N(1 and I*», no fewer iban
twenty-four big stunners were totally
blotted out of huinau knowledge,
together with tboir crows ami tusaen-
gei a, numbering J.4ÓA Th* Pre*U wiih lJd souls on board, was the first
of the** to b«"Iost for ^ever in 1841.
State*
vucuv/ .uimiu u.uil, ••UJO SO
Majesty's Principal Secretary of
'M for the Coloides.
1 have eta,
(Sod.) Adrien Hilarión.
Hon, Secretary.
(ffnefosure)
WORKINGMEN'S ASij
ISM t|l“fP'/n7,»h! I fWJTWTorittWAMocmtra", is «,.«
k. l i1*. ’ ?ill »!»• I MECTIOS WITH RKClPrUM ITV WIT».
ASSOCIATION.
CIKCULAK TICKETS.
KintCJO** ni v * *iu issued Iruiu Tilnid*d to wouin«iupu>a via New York
and t ack d Itite ticket» air available between Ns* Yoik and England aod vies versa by
pi earner# of tbe American, Atlantic Transport," CunarU and Whit# Star
Una
These tickets aro avaiUUe for 12 months from data of sue and permission
to bspbtaired to break the voyage at doy or all ports touched atoo the direct
Children I to 10 year* half fare*.
Escond clasi oiraular ticket* ar* issued at au exclusivo ahora* of M,
Children ^ to 12 years half far*. _
lilt SalilcK U Ebtopí
TRBNT
akoauian
AUbB
[Uib A pill
Itth Mav
May- »tb
Hut UUBgi for Otrapaio. Fas-
P»ar, aod La ftujra.
hi
Bi
HKMtik B
BALANi l A
14th May
■ ¿nth May.
had 4HO souls on board. In 1AVI the
JWAwith a living freight of 240,
•ailed from Liverpool in JuOe, *n(j
was never more beaid of. Tlie Tent-
If*/, with 130 souls, mysteriously
disappeared In 1AV». The VUu Jr
fWe»t, wUh 170 (>ersons, vanished in
lN7a lhe Jfuronmn, an Allan lm*r.
RECTIOS WITH RECIPIUKtTr WITH
CANADA,
To the Jlhrbt Ilon. Louis Ilarcourt
. High.
M.P» Uis'Msjesty't Piiocipal Secre¬
tary of State for the Colonies,
light! “
Right !Ioa’bJeSir,—TbU Association
begato protest, against thejjueetlon of
dibapDMivd ni luiti- Mnii ti.’j. “nViVrV I Raclpns ity wilh Canada being treated
l’¡ít.VÍ.nikii* | ri'i,,‘i « 7'*‘<=h «lOMfo. Merch.aL. .„J
l’v-lñclo 1U)I IÓ ihm. «Itl.-.lMm* P1*0l'“ oa'r or •«» P-Iwi-
— • k. 'ikí'"■ rattle-steam-
#r, the Anronir, with seventy-seven
It4odt, was lo»t.
•gar
I/t-
\\^th regard to Merchants, the As*
.... ,,, soclstluo submit, with all due dtfer-
a# to the domsIUe causes of the [ *uee, that they have really no claim to
catastrophe*, it U only (lossibls to be heard. A Merchant khould accoiuo-
sumnse capdaing ; damage front with- * * *
in. such as ex|4usion, bieakdown of
IniinKIna*. mm .1 .... . -
Uabollingr of Bagaago.
Passegsre ara r squealed to imm that all their ’-gg-gy is anmarty \t\ml
nr tn shlpcuset. .....
LAbele can be outalued at tbs Unuisnj s Office.
For all furlh&r particular» apply at
COMPANY'S OFFICE
fOUI-Ol' bRil.N, MARI.nl itn. Ailfc
THE
u.McWo.ry, or lira ¡ or d.m.K. ,ron.
.«Ilbout, oooli m oallirton with »n
Ur, or with . cl«.Hot bulk, li,v. .n
Uwa .ugaralMl1 to >inl,|n th. low., J
twwI. n. CuiJaln a.p.lwd, mod
huudrod. of 11 vw ... loat, »od|t I,
bow grn.rally muium) tb.t th.
Irarufu* u.pdwd h, imumo of top.
buriuM. A. IimJ.iu»*. to lu^hln.
cry, we have the rase of* thi City *,/
Furia, which had a big «uiaah in oue
uf bei sugihe ruouis lu 1WSL ffite waa
tteai theliish coast. l>ut though both
engine looms wsiw Ailed with water
In ten nnnuti-s, sb* waa kept afioat
owing to hei watertight cooiitart-
went» for thiee days tiilhi'lp cams to
U* tdw bei iuto (Jue«*n«towo lu the
cam of a fit* evt-mbiug, pixibafalv,
would he t unsullied to the waters
edge, and If tills happened far fawn
land, Uw cliam *•« i»f rescue would be
remote. Haavy wi-alber aud tidal
waves with thi oldri vmsels, at any
*{}•• w*,r prubably otbn kiwqi for
khifwrvck.
date himself to the Policy required Its
the gtaeral ioLereaLnot expect it to
be fashioned to suit him,
Huger Planter* are oo doubt in a
different position. lo the com how-
ever of any favour being obtained for
them, tha Inevitable quni pro tiuo will
bn drawq from tlie pockets of those
engaged In other industries aod from
the miserable pittance of tbe working
classes,
The Association ’beg therefore to
exprese most emphatically an adverse
opiolon with regard to any and all
Reciprocity arrangement* with
Canada t such arrangtmeRVs san onhr
result In some additional subsidy to
Mffar at the expense of other Indueti lee
and the mass of the population.
WebaveUie honour lobe
Your most ubedlsut aud huwUe
“‘uta,
((tab.) Auhru Hu ii a hum
. a Prorideat.
(bud.) Admisn Hilamon.
the l.t. lie. I>r. T. Iv'witt T.lmlgef !
the eminent pi eschar and author of
;* b rom Mangfrto Throne ’and other
. mAUngvrlo Throne’and other
books. In a New Year eeromn preach¬
ed a short time before his death, Dr. I
lulmage pleaching from !*• 1
¿-served that lu on# of the towns &
New Yoikbtat*, at tb# close of tbe
last century, thirty-sl* profane mrn
formed themselves loto* club, calila»-!
theuiaclvoa the “Society of Druida"!
They met regularly to deride lane
they could, damage Christianity, (
:ht, in tbe cour»* of their as
•and. If
. . . ■————»- ww. One
night, in tbe opur»g of their awful
meeting they burned a Bible and ad-
tnhiistervd what was Intended to
he the sacrament to a dc*|
1 wo of thru) died that night WJtbfn
thu-e days tlnce were drowned. In
five years all of the thirty-six rams to
a bad eud. Beforr Jutildes of the
Peace It was sworn that two were
starved to death (In plentiful America):
sevrii were ilrownedi eight weru eboti
five comuiltled suicide } seven died no
the gallows | one waa fros*-u to deathi
and three 4i*daccldenullr. Incidents
*k* that sworn to. ibaiild be enough
«m*onuy. nr.i^r.",‘Tt,,ui *“'1
th- ‘>>.t in».
dfi w.M li?
[THE TRINIDAD JEWELRY
WEDDING PK^SEir
In fHT.Mll .C 1ÍL1WT110 PLATE. On\v ,
Jle*t Quality kept in stock* ^
.RY fi|
Tbe Right (looJ..ttb* Right Prtcfc Ooly on. qullty.j
Ice Pitchers. Brush £
Cerreg
Eperyae
Liqueur Sets, L
Tea & Coffee Seta
Salad Bowls,
Ice Tubs,
Waiters,
Cruts,
Flower i lands,
Vases,
Fruit Dishes.'
An la,
line oil
quisitS
artidsi
houscli
• m
OTTIR
Uth March, 1913.
—«&r*£S?í#flitlkÍP* Í£«L"**"forwardfrig _
Memoianduru addressed to the tiecre*
tary of Htate for tbe Colonies suggest¬
ing tbe Institution In Trinidad of a
Special Court of Appeal from Magis¬
trates’decisions, I am to Inform you
that Mr. Harcouit has directed that
Íour Association be noli tied tlwt he
aa received and considered their I
Memoiandumt but that the law of [
Trinidad already provides for an
appeal from the Magistrate's Court in
all serious cates and I», in fact, more
liberat In that respect Iban tbe law In f
force in England t and that he concurs '
in tlie Governor’s view that no altera¬
tion Is necessary.
I have Ac.
(Sgd.) H. WVKkauoj.
__ ,, Colonial Secretary,
The Honorary Secretary,
Trinidad Workingmen's Association, I
Poi t-of-Spain,
IS IN RECEIPT OF
SHIPMENT OP
Marline
Spun Ya|
MANILLA AND
I TARRED RM
Table and Dessert Ka¿
Forks and Spoonsi
THILLER AND LEADER M
-A!- g
PRICES TO SUIT J»
Arnott, Lambie
MARINE SQUAlffl
¿-.«[i V i? »«»«W¿ÍS2KJ
Incident concerning a man
falling 111 in Paris just after the death
THE UNIVERSAL BEVI
“TT. JSZ. TEA
As Usod by Royalty^
I.mng m |„ I'.ri. |u.( .ft», the draih ,
of YoTtairu, when a profsasiooal hura*
was called lu.
.. She asked: *• Is the I
g.ntl»n»n » Chii.tUn f- “ Wb. do
yoU «.kllrat»” rrapo,Kl.d ih. ,,,,¿
-"K-r- Ik- woman l»pll*| th.
nurau tvlto nttnidnl Volwlra In l.r. 1
Urtlllnra., TI forMI th.»..Yt‘hho
Ktnofi» 1 would n.vra, If | could helo
"" anuUn-r infidel die." p ‘
iU
WE have Just opened up a furthsr shipment of tbfe
all tboce who have not tried asma to d > without ‘•Vfds
ft lb, Parages 3J canta, j lb. Packages Ij (.ents 3
MEDICAL HALL, 1^
GEORGE VEÜSELLE3—General
At
A» Oil of Mlkit. — ('antdUn u..t
iu62ün!¡se“°ur ju,uU# ot
•ub*u.r»®** .throw»» togetltsr and
|iu.b«d by ulv.,iMug. but tb. r»iiu
of tb» c^raful hiv..Ug,tion of tb»
—qno .pfdUd bo th, buunui UMv. It I» .
MWloomblnuion nod It wbn .Id l^S
IHiblle f.vor tram 1C ,
}-* l'.rrr wovlotton tu .y „¿¡
*HtM,it, jwwct to WfMr *4»wL*
LABOURERS WANTED
imr to
Glttens’ Carriage
Facto#
mis HOAD
yjtob-
Of1
il

TUí FORTOF-SPAIN GAZETTE SUNDAY APRIL ,gl T?L2;
rh© Bonanza
-TIIB DErOTFOnTHE—
.EADli^G LUMBERS
-OF-
’CT’-AXfcXKnQXtO
Rustproof Corsets.
IIB GEM, THE DAISY, THE MACIG.
0O 'OE1TTS.
No.
113.
No.
107.
No.
150.
No.
250.
No.
227.
Ño.
227.
No
128.
No.
274.
No.
280.
No.
277.
No.
Oil.
No.
002
No.
otia
No.
305.
ioo Above Numbers' in all Sizes I
tí
l«A«a Ontl nt oa* Write *o Tba
B03sr.A_isrz^.
i WARNERS RU.STI’ROOF CORSET ROOK—in
either English or Spani-h.
MITH BROS- AND CO.
TAILORING DEP’RIIST
NEW EANGE
-OF—
*
11
Inolvdlnci
D5
“EATOSO.
THo Idoal Cloth "For"
WARM CLIMATES.
LARGE VARIETY OE
JWEEDSf SERGES!
AND FLANNELS
r-
SATISFACTION GUARANTEED.
SMITH BROS. & CO.
7 rnasBiaaic ax.
MEN’S
SATIN
CALF
LACE
BOOTS
1.08 Pair
WORTH
$1,50
250 Pairs
JUST * OP
ID.
THE BONANZA
bonanza Furniture]
.DEPARTMENT. \
Reward, $50.
REWARD 50 DOLS.
FIFTY - DOLLARS,
, are wilMlv misrci
BONANZA - MARVEL' itl BEAU, ..
$50.00 is hereby offered to miy person or person*
fumi-hine Messrs. S. B. & CO. with such inforina.
tion u* will secure a conviction.
GUARANTEE :
The Bonanza “MAKVIÍL ' Bureau is built of
(*VJi. the interior being'of Cedar with Aldcrj
wood Drawer Bottom. Cedar and Atilerwood
arc very bitter woods, especially Ahlerwood,
and nre recommended ns being the best vermin
resisting woods in tho Tropics. All Drawers
are dovetailed, and construction and finish are
the best.
PRICE - S12.
i
SMITH BROS. & GO.
A’ SUM>LY. OF THIS
/orld-Pamous Whisky
â– IAS JUST BEEN RECEIVED
£x G.'SZ," SPHEROID.”
iOK
YOUR
ORDERS PROMPTLY
-AT-
ed^inidad^hipplng & ? lading Company Lmld
ho TPTNmAO LINEof STEAW1ERS
NhW YOnK.OmCE, (», BROADWAY
.Tor CEEKADi, TEIMDAD and DEKERARA, Carrying Through
o'. ficlg.it for Tobago and Ciudad Bolivar.
PWOl OCf U UÜ.TIOP, 10A3,
fiTEAMEHh.
%
rvor Navarub
(A DA
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wxor Natameb]
lAUA
ABO
acas
>wa or Navaubb
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M*r. IS
Mat. 22
Apr. t
Apr. 12
£S
Í‘J, 21
â–  una 1
lull* 7
iu Jut* 2*
Ai»r. ÜD
Apr. 20
ilay 8
**S
11
Mar. 33
Mar. SI
Apr. 10
Apr. 21
Way I
May 9
M*y 1*
May 2U Muy JO
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Mar. 20
Apr. 13
May 6
Apr. 4
Apr. 12
Apr. Zi
May 8
May -14
May 21
blay 21 |M*y SI
Juu« 11
Unite 8 June II June 21
Ijun.lS ñu». 10 l . ,
v 5-*=?,^ /Saji
July tf jJAiy
Juna 29
July 29
„ STKAMKU» SAIL FROM TIKIV ÍI. UIIOOKLYN. _ . .
rat TtisctDAD autrenm abd Tkadiku Co.. Ltu.—New York and Trinidad
tur, Ubam Sc Üo.—drsuaJi ; Uoo&ku Uaoa. MutoifWiLL & vO-, Ltd,—Den»erare.
I LATEST TELEGRAMS
IF, J. «Ir Panama TcUgraph Company,
The Titanio Catastrophe.
WIRELESS OPERATORS
ROISM.
HE-
APPLY TO
Pi t IBB B GO.
LOANS MADE
— ON —
COCOA * ESTATES
WITHOUT ANY
Special Condition
FIUM
S2,Q00 Upwards
Apply to
STEPHENS LMTD.
"Tho atoros"
* Do not carry passenger» (rom new New Yoik.
Financial, Commercial and Inaur.
anee Arools
IKVESTMEHT WANTED
STAMPS.
- LOU -
000.00 On lat C’las* Secu I
>' on Cocoa Property. Will ,
i in two « inn*. Apply to
*C7 BA Lvei'allty,
HWth^lw. TAQAQUtm
ySKU & UNUSED WEST IN-
RECOVERED.
MAN STAMPS—I pu.thawI
I wll: I oicl anpo I —ALmiu Tun-
mb, !6 Park Mreot N.P.—Bv
api» intmeot if cocossary—Mareh
2*ih—lm.
A SILVER CIUAI1ETT8 CASE wm
lost* but waa recoftred through
being eograved.—Molte t
eli ‘ 1
. (let your
Tewelry engraved br
.BOIRUSnSTS
• fjOBBX 8tnSKT.
~r
Eiehardson fand. Solway
big sale
■oK—
* PEINTS
MONDAY- 4e. MONDAY.
Biohardson and Solway.
HOW TIIE “ TITANIO N STKU< K
THE ICEUEHG. '
•ACCOUNTS OF SURVIVORS.
SENSATIONAL AND FRIGHT¬
FUL EVIDENCE AND
STORIES.
LtDY DUFF GORDONS
PUIU DESCUIPilON.
DllUCU 1SAÍAY T
DTtlte.
DENIES OVEIl
HE LEFT IX THE LAST
2iOAT\
CARPATHIAN " OArTAIN 8 TES¬
TIMONY.
HE REGARDED THE ‘TITAMUd*
COURSE AND MAN*UJSMKNT
AS COltHEUT.
floating, lasting
' il;
of wail* from those
for an hour, dying gradually away
Into an awful silence. vihete wa* great
auiTeimgamoug Lite aur»lv.»n— some
were fioveu to death in the boat*,
amt others rescued with their clothing
frozen to their bodies, Sh«* disbelieves
that Captain Smith committed suicide
CHAIRMAN mtUOE ISMAY’S
, DENIAL.
Mr. Rruoe lamay Interriewnl,denies
the •1'itanic'’ was ever run at full
speed, bhe nerer made her full nuiu*
t>er of rerulutlons, and no effort was
made fora maiden record. He left In the
las' boat, Questioned regarding ths
sufficiency of life earing apparatus, be
declined to answer { hut ha welcomed
an Investigation by a committee of
United Stales Senators who met biin
on Itoard the *• Cat pathia ” to assure
his attendance befóte the committee,
to whom he had already commum*
cated his Impression* infotuially
New Ytnk, April Z9th.
Mr. Druce Israay was the first wit*
ness before the Senate Uoramlttre, and
testified. He took the last boat, be*
cause there were no more women
Ware...vtben Aha boat was ready;
«SSSpATM a*S CAPTAIN'S TES*
TI MON Y.
tbia,
lha Captain of the “Uarnatbia,
Ilostrotn, testified« commending the
conduct of all tba survivors and the
MEMORIAL SERVICE AT ST.
PAUL’S
LONDON NB’.VSPAPKItS WCROI-
â–  LBS!} ClimulSM.
Wireless Chaos In United States
conduct —- — — — -
crew, and that be regarded the MU<
tank's ’ course and management as
^MEMORIAL SERVICE AT ST.
PAULS.
Loudon, April £>tb.
The Lord Mayor and Sheriff», mero*
Itera of the Cabinet and diplomats
attended the Meuioilfl! Service in
Saiut Paul's Oithedral yesterday.
Thousand» were unable to enter. All
st**od during the playing of the Dead
llaith from ”.“aul." Hundred* weio
WIRELESS MAN'S IIKUOHM
New York, April I9ih.
Mr, HiideXtbe "TitanicV surviving
wireless operator,
•Tttue’a’* reporter,
interviewed by a
describes his col
unable to contiol their emotinn, and
iobs were audible. Me. Cailide, the
•'Titanic'»- designer, faloiod uud waa
carried out. 8KI(Vicji j4y
DUBLIN
**Tjiuea reporter, describes his col
league's Fblliip’s nei-oic peifoiui«nce
of dutyi n"t ceasing when even a man.
killed In the act, tried io
utyi -. -
whom Hilda
steal a lifebuoy llride had fastened on
Phillips, who continued wirelessing
throughout the acene. BiMelaitsa*
Phillip# wireleeslug after Csptain
Smith bad ordered every man to look
for blmaelf,
HOW THE •TITANIO"STRUCK
THE ICEBERG.
Quartermaster Moody, in anintci*
view, states the “Titanic" waa steam*
good
A Memorial Service will lx held In
Saint Paul's, Dublin to-morrow.
LOUD MAYOR'S FUND UROW-
ING. t ,
The Lord Mayor's fond has reached
£50,0U0 and is growing.
Ing 21 knot*, under ordei a for
tnaidea passage. He poited the helm
when the Iceoerg waa sighted, but
toolat4|aud abe struck tha submerged
portion,
V. b. ARMY OFFICERS ACCOUNT.
Colonel Urannle, of the United
States Army, says the “Titanic”
•teamed 619 knots on the I lilt. She
waa eipectlng to surpass that-ou the
I5lh, and there was no sloping after
the warping af ap Iceberg, Re de¬
scribes the shock seemed alight, and con¬
tradicts the reporte of a panic. lie de¬
clare» the revolver» were Hied for
purpose# of preening merely, tbrre
waa oo necessity to kill anybody, as
the boat* were taken quietly ana
orde Hr.
FRIOHlFUr. STORIES.
Other passengers testify to a display
of black eye* and cut faces, in proof of
what, tbvjr declare, waa a eraay smug¬
gle for Ufa Previous and contradic¬
tory witnesses of a hlglier class are
more credible. Frightful stories are
told by stoker» and others, but they
are doubtful.
LADY HUFFOOltDON'S GRAPHIC
DESCRIPTION.
Lady Duff Uordon, in an intarriaw,
saysihewasdistautabout l.UMfL wtwa
she saw tha “Titanic* gave a euhou*
ftbiveri imiuediaUvly heard |d*lol *hoU
ahd aeraaius, aud a traioendoua «ip^*
•fen ofawrod, followed, In two tssleutea
by another s her forward part dropped
bmeatfr Use wave*, aad her atara rose
uarpsiuiteulariy Uke aa enormous
IMk finger with Utile Uwusm hanglag
m aad dibopiag, ecrtiosuTeg j aha neves
heart eucb a choi ua of despair. FI
oaUy, the “Titanic" dlaappeared with
out a ripple or trace of aurtioo
isMod auiaaing that her la»l mo
wonts were so gentle. After heidla
ippMfsgw tbm was aoutber chorus
DOTTOMLEY ON THE FLOOR.
In tba Ilouaejof Comirou*, Mr. Dot*
ouitey moved" to adjourn to rail at*
tentlon to the Hoard of Trade's In¬
adequate protection of life. Mr,
Donar Law agreed with Mr. Iloilon,
that It wa» not desirable to legislate
in a panic, and tlu* subject dropped.
NKWHPAl'KR MERUlLLvS URiri*
CISM. 4 t ,
The newspapers arv dissatisfied with
)!r. Huxtoq’s statement, and mri-el*
leas In Iheii flUcUm of the Meicbante
Shipping Advisory Oommlttee’e re¬
commendation of the addition of
eignt lefebuata to vessel* of 43.0UD
p>us or more. Theie i« equally bitter
criticism of the wireless chose In the
United State*.
MAIUUAS COMING.
Gienada, fibth.
Maracas" arrived 1a.m. goes
THuidad about 5pm.- Paasengera:
Aleesra. Abram and T. Abbott Uotoos,
J \V. tttandlch, Ludwig, Dreyfus,
Mrs Abbctt Gotoos and Miss Hydla
Daoosta.
COIUIKUTION.
* Trinidad, 3lHb.
In Detnerararaoei news plnaan read
Spriog" instead of “SaBiieg '
â– ueetieg and lUndleaP also ** Ds4
Air
(J ranada arrived.
EASTERN MARKET*
QUOTATIONS OF MARKETABLE
COMMODITIES
^ 2»)th April, 1DIJ.
MBIT
Hi Oren : Opening price 18c.
and 12c. ('losing prire 12 . and lUe.
2 Calves : Zffltjs. Opening prue 2Jc.
Closlug price 18c.
13t!og*r HTlbs. Opening price 16c.
Closing pi ice 12c.
1 Sheep; SJlb* Selling price 2>k% 24c,
and 18«.v
2 GotUt lllbs. Selling price -JOc, 2ic.
aud 18.'.
Í* ground gla*« can be found. Tba
Analyst’» report U that the food ron-
Itinwl a great (puntUy of ground
gU*s. The woman was arrested and
brought befme Mr. 11. K. Power J.P
< n Fnday and remanded to the 29ih
iu»t. In her own eurety. It 1* eng.
geeted that the man did thi* in order
to get rul of the woman who was at
his Route.
VICO ETA IlLL», OHOIMV PROVISIO
HTC
Plentiful— lJreadfrulr, Lettuce, HMa*«
(Js««ava, Diled Pigeon Peas, Ootir
Halls, Moup heths, Ubinped Vege¬
tal!-. (Utaloo.
Ordinary—Plantain*, Tomatoe», Uu*h
Cush, Cucumber, Parsley, Dread
nut.
Smallquantity—Seatuose, Cass, Melou-
geoes, Guinea Pepper, Ochroe*.
E»», CUi.t ¿fllk'íí-. Ui
’»«hew« Búlate.
Ordinary Mainesapole Pawpaw, Star
Apples, bout sop, Water Melon,
Goose be rHea
Small quantity—1Topi-tanibir, Ut l-gr I
“Fat pork. Guava, Poisdout, Cus¬
tard Apple.
turn.
Plentiful—Paws, Rett fish, Carangne.
Ordinary—Hpanlsh Mackrel, Tfitefeu.
bmallquautity-bhiimps, Gro.ijwr.
r Ibuks
oril(náry*i Pork Ssu*age< aud Crab»
•mall quantity. ^
Eggs plentiful > Fowl* and
lfn« ' “ 1
water. Water, water.
Much cr*-«lit is due to Mr. Harris
llarragln. Warden of Naparima, for
the-great InteYeit taken by him in
supplying the country ctlsliicta with
water at a season like this when there
is practically a \v«ter famine, He hav
Ju*t obtained, through the kind ness of
a wealthy East Indian at Mount
steward Village, named Kagbtr, a
»n it of Ian I to dig a pond for supply*
tqu district wita that precious liquid.
COMMERCIAL.
Mevsra. Smith Broa. A Co.The Donan*
xa, having bought over the stock of
Meosi-s. A. W. Aruioogan A lh-otber,
will commence a Dig Cheap Sale at
the store in High street to-morrow,
J*fil.ja»t for one jweek
sacrifice. San Fernandlao» will have
a busy lime this week aecurlng the
bargains.
HIS MASTERPIECE.
MR. LAMOHT AT THE VIC¬
TORIA INSTITUTE.
THE following Is the ayuopelsof Mr.
Norman Larnont » lecture ‘Farming
in Dennraik ’ ilUustrated with tan*
tern slides) to be delivered at the Vie*
(oils loati'ute on Friday the 10th
May neat at tL-l) p.m. Admission Li
lbs lecture will bnasfullo »l Main*
bera and Aa-MMuatenof the Instituí»-
Free. l'h« l*ubliv Is. ea**h
1 Description * f Country.
2. History of its Agitcultuie and Dnd*
tenure System.
3. Causes of «giioultural prosperity,
I, Educathm
A. Peopls's High Bohnols.
1L sgilonl ural Ikbouk
C. Urmeraily.
II. Insfieclloll
A. Laml Purcha-w.
U. Htusarl llolsling*.
lit 0>“t*p«ratiuci.
A. Dalry-farmiog,
H. Co-operation among
Until iroMefs,
C. Co operation among
large land orinar».
4. Copeohagen Milk supply.
6. I’niiUi*.Farming.
A PIg-Fatrning.
7, Cr-adit Uuiou Hanks
& A Modal Great Estate.
The youog novelist had had a tough
time of It, and so had his dear wife.
She held h'a talents in peor esteem
aud often urged him to try something
else, for rhe wa* sometimes hungry
aud all the lime III clad. Hut one day
bis luck changed. He bagan to make
money. Aud there came a day when
h« wah able to write his cheque for
410M and pssse I it to Id* wife.
ilsr ey«a filled with tears as abe
reíd it.
“WilUbrand, darllog." alie said,
she haslened around tne table and put
her arm* shoot his neck "liltike
l»»ck all the in«4>i thing* I «ver said
abnit your work This I» the best
thing you ever wrote,”
PRICES CJRRENT.
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SAN FCRNANDO NEWS.
T.LI.V.
FUturaa foe the
April. Mooday "
Practice
he waek aniljag IJGi
»U4. 7 tB-BÍd*
•y M I par -Monis
Tp.« H* At Drill x
Take Prawéke f p.m He* rail Dr
p m-- Tbr Im4 gaaijWt .Company
mtsAs’ fur 'Cmapaav fiRlL Dtwaa' Drill
Urder. Thursday ath, 7 p.a -Recrait^
1 ube Kaug« Dutr -8argt- F ^urllu lie
treatlou Kooru- Lane* Corporal A
Mstslie.
(From a C'errsepomJsnM
ADMINISrERlNU GROUND
ÃœLA88V
„ ff>w day» ago a wourau uatiwd
Christiana 1'ldlip was arrest#»! on a
«barga of aduitniaLrrinj
to i^r jaaraiaoui
FeAat. Tha fasts - ...
"-1-- — for
. NBV¿ YOU!
n«ou.™«
W.l per burr»
^iiollrlal p»f bib
PültlC^
p'«w 6salsas per brl.
sto ,-,UL
*tesrrt
M An—V»du 80 per eat,
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to rrcelv* her; bat owlol to
Uwf wer* unable l*> go any
further with their arrangeiuruis. On
ike day to uuaeUuu it I» alleged that
the iuag weot for bla braaklast. aud
bflfetv he had Uk«n» many nrnuihfuta
gtseciVefad (H giound gUas io th.- food
HrUBinedlateiy set out for th- Hen
Amando Police Ht»ti<'U and ^bil< un
hk wny be ruet l>ei«H live beigl k J
Boyd to whopi Ui< »»laied hi* story
aud waa taken t<> 11,- li»»piul wheu>
he ha* breu detained »m«a lhe Kill
tn*t and although Lsuful esauno
aUvns ha^c been made, u-- ira-^ul
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Fop Sale,
Ek Recent Arrivals,
1382 EJags Nagra Rice
260 Bags White Rice
200 Boxes Blue Cloud Soap—20s.
24 Cases Jewel Lard-25s.
10 Tierces „
50 Pales „ „ each.25 gs.
50 Cases Emperor • Frederick
Water-100 pints
50 Case& ,, „ 50 pints
100 Bales German Paper
75 Bags Creole Corn
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PopL-qf-Spain Gazette
ESTABLISHED 1825.
Published Daily, Mondays »nd 1‘ubllo
Holidays excepted, At tbs Office 20 St.
Vloosnt Street» Fort-of-hpaln,
ITEMS OF HEWS.
Ooosoqovnt oo the eery Urge nunj.
br* who were denied admission at the
London Electric Theatre last night,
And on the epecUl request of trif inorweuuituurnv, n»v
many, the management here consented l ¿o«onoto read for them at home. 1
to Include Todd WUliame’ Item* in hkU recently OfunM a Speed Class
to-night'» programme “The great 1 - • * J “**
negro comedían" will ring hie
most_ popular songs*; and ae tnie
Mis, Nrilf Hsaaosk, ***‘ÍV*'“JI
Principal of 0*M«*it*g< School «
Shorthand and Typewriting. 3 Duo- |
donald Street. *»ks we to publish tM
followingi-With th#object of meet* .
Ing the difficulty experienced by 1
shorthand students who *• cannot jet
JOHN HOADLEY
will be. poel/iwty,~hi« last appear¬
ance here for thte season, we are ture
the attendance will be unusually
lfls Ezcellency the acting Governor
of lirltteh Guisna hM appointed the
lion. Dr. J. E. Godfrey, ehalrmto,
Local Government lloara, the RecelY-
er General, the Director of Science
and Agricultune. Hon. A- B. Grown
and Mr. J. Wood DatU to be member»
of the Co-operative Credit llana»
Committee.
Sg“ PRICE ONK FENNY •
Advertisements o Births, Dealha,
and Marriage», Acknowledge
menta and Disclaimers (which
must beaothentloated by the
signature of some reaponal ble
person) will be charged for at
2,4 each and to be prepaid.
Casual Advertisements of every
description—pet inch (single
column)—XU per w**K : A fl per
fortnight;»/• per month—tobe
prepaid.
Wants, fee-£« per n eek each, to he
prepaid.
KditOT and Publisher A. P. T. Ambaro.
Manager T-.k.N. LscaaUn.
Cashier G* $• H. FoaiK
All Chequea tent to tbe office oflblt
paper In parweDiof billa should be
mode payable I
In connection with the* ^***5-^?*?
clalmd by oil driller» against the TYlm-
dad l#ake Petroleum Coy, the rjcln
tlfTe will be reluming to the colooy
from the United Htates of America,
early ilext month to proewut* their
attioue.
loriadle», at A moderate rat* Nbn*
pupil» of tbl» achool are al»o accepted,
iod there UetlU room for a few more
»peed aspirants. Foe farther part-leu*
lar», ring up 'Phone 299,
•• Diabnlo,” the Demerar* créola
racehorse, convUsred the bait bred
of all the Correo foal», and the former
glory of the Georgetown race track. I»
now a troop horse lb lb® Mounted
now a troop
Police of pemerjtra.
To-day, at the St, Ann • l nlted Free
Church, Her. K W Harelnck, th*
pastor, will preach at both eervicee.
Al II o’clock in the forenoon the sub
jert will be “ The Nazareo* Carpm*
ter,* amT at 7 p.i« ” lhe law of
Christ.' ’the Anthem "Iteroember
now thy Creator " will be tendered.
Messrs. Stephen» Limited have iu»t
received a big shipment of all kinds cl
Panama hate from South America, a
mdld lot priced from $500. rom*
gtawithawnUband and ribbon, to
, Also Indian Solo Pith helmets in
suitable shape», white and gtey. $3.W
eaeb
OflMttt
The great Duke of Wellington had
an unfortunate experience at Oiford.
lie pronounced Jacobus with the
eecond syllable •Short” and was duly
Admonished. Shortly after the word
úto'TÜ'roH-ofjpoin Carolus came In his speech, and, ptofU
( ing, as he thought, by e
i made the second syl
by experience, be
Mr. J. II. Willoughby. SU.0.E.,th«
newly appointed manager af* the
IlartMdo» (las Company, arrived there
by the K.M H. “ Ornba " on the 16th
Instant at Barbado» He haa Just
completed a three ye*r»' serelce In
Haotoe and haahad twenty-fire reara
experience in ilie gas b wines* • lleli
a miiuWr of the Association of Om
engineers, Westminister, and also of
the Association of Water Engineer»,
Westminister.
We are in a position to state that
Mr J J. McLeod of Bronté estate,
and Mr. L. M. Uobson. Holicitor, have
purchased the Nelson estate at
Oroponcbe, which waa formerly
owned by Mr. Sobtiao Tbs^pm^verty
Jnst Arrived Ex s.s. “ Mayaro” from New York.
A sill l\M EXT OK
Palis! Famous Milwaukee Beor.
To CoKK>si,owi>cNra.
(Vedo not hold ourselves responsible
for, nor do w* necessarily endorse
tbs opinions expressed by oar Cor
respondents In oar columns. All
letters must be accompanied by the
rea signature of the writer, not
necessarily tor publication, but as
a guaraníes of good faith. Reject
e iinext to Atlpero where .. „
I be pulled up again. Possibly ho re* has twen gulug on, and in fart Is iUel
fleeted that there are worse Jetroie » w|t^,n tb« ml tegion. ‘
than those of the battlefield. Tills, at
least, was hi* advice to an aspiring
TU« Bwnw of Qucslity.
\ekn tin.' Blue million of nil American llccr.
^ Sold nil tin- loiidin-' llotcN, Pro,i-
tion Merchant», («roeorie». It.ir». Sliop» .t Ito-tiuimnt» in the
I.lttiid «ml WholcMilc from
HY- PEREIRA & H. HAMEL SMITH.
rnoNK m ’ ¿oía’ aosnts.
Id 81, Vmcxntbti eet
PHOEUIX
ASSURANCE CO., LTD,
os* zionoos;
EstabliaHod 1782.
’pNriUUlVNC/ES eKecUxl against Losa by Fire on every deacrintlon of
Froporty» including Derricks. Building* And Engtnei on Oilfields
be moat Ta
on tbe moat favourable terms.
.... .M,W»l(«rt)UV
The*1HOIfWIV -- • * vwRM«nib me woild.
th* accumulKled funds exceed £U.0tJ0,CM) sterling.
Claims Paid „ ¿síwd.um) fl
Revenue „ £ 3,1*100,00 „
Prompt and Libvtal SettleinenU.
THHTIUS 1V1LSOX,
Ageot for Trlmdsd—Office 6 Chsconl&lreet.
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ii
Advertising Scale on
Subscription
PuirtiWe in aavunce
Appllcatioo
¿3? per’ year
â– Poafagt extm
—CÜRRTEHnVENTS.
TU-DAY.
Constabulary
Botanic Garden
Band pUye
i— 6.ui.
at the
Lxposltiou of the Blessed Haeratuent
at the Cathedrat
-4 and
The London Electric Theatre
8.3) p.m.
High Water Morn $.10 Even «.» p.iu.
Sunrises —
Sunset* • P*“*
Moon sets •• IC-*J p.in.
MONDAY,
Criminal8essions-10.3ila.nl.
Súpleme Court—10.30 a.m.
Dsitfict Court—1 p.tn.
Chamber of Cornmerce—2.30 pm.
S.S. *• Prine Willem II1J* leaves for
CftAyvarc-aueffn, uuracao*and l'oit*au*
Prince. Mails olnse at 2 p.m.
Sale of white zinc and puttv at No
1ISL Vincent Street, by J*. J. Scott A
Son -10 a in
orator **Sav what you have to »ay.
don't quote Latin, and sit down."
Death warrant» for the execution
during tbe week beginning May 19, of
Itev C'lareneeV T Iticbeson for the
inmder of Miss Avia Unnelt, weie
i**ued on Jaouaiv 22nd and served
uinm GoYemor Fosa, Warden Bridge»
of the Boston State Prison, and
Sheriff Quinn. The warrants were
made out by Clerk Manning of tbe
Superior Court In accordant with
th* sentence of death imposed, and
provide that lUchewn be held in the
Charles St. fail in Boston until May P,
and theu taken to the death chamber
in the State Prison and electrocuted In
the week beginning May 19.
. Ithm tbe oil region. It is paitiy
planted in c in* and coconut» ; and
also bounds with Silverstreau).
" Hitter h»er is thedMth of malaria
germ».'said Ur. John Ddl Hobert>on,
prestdefit of Loyola Uuivrrsit? Medi¬
cal School in addiets ug the Brewers’
Congress recently. Th« brewere could
hardly keep their enthusiasm within
the bonods of Brewers' Congress
deoorum. Dr. Ilober'wm i» Jh* mao
who has never taken a bath—in
water He usesolive oil.
*J
XlacpeiFt Tallo»
Aim A'oir ¡siion rm 'Jjj
VERY CHOICE SELECT!
-OF-
in
BV THK BERT
The usual n 9) a.m. and 7 p.tn. sei-
vices will t*e held at Ureyfriars Pres¬
byterian Church today, the Pastor.
Her. W. McCulloch Thompson M.a,,
taking both services.* At tbe former
the subject for the sermon will b*
“Tbe Desire of tbe Soul' aud the
evening suojact will be “A profitable
asset." The Sunday School meet» at
10,40 in tbe forenoon.
The April sitting of the list hados
SupremeCiiminal r ourt tv*gin on th*
9th instant »n 1 occupied only wo day»'
duration There were only 19 ca«e* i*n
the Calendar and in must them the
facte were so plain at to reader »n
agreement ea«y. The four men.
arensed of killing an old porter by
pinning him against a ctane on tbe
wharf by their reckless driving on a
spider have gone to pi Ison foi 4 m**uths
each, and tha notorhmi Je allman
whorohbeda stranger of a $100 note
has bean sen» f >f oo a yeir. The
woman around of setting fli* to a
rane field has been acquitted, Mr.
M. M. Greaves son of the Chief
Justice ably defending hsr.
The BarbadÓ» Globt says. Captain
W. II. U.Thoine, a son of the late Mr.
II. K. Thorne of this island and for
the past few years a Sub Inspector of
Police at Trinidad, has been appointed
to succeed Hub-Inspector ManJevllle
who is retiring from the Barbados
Police Foroa at «■»•»■»■
.. w *«JueM recently of the
jornfComuiiLlee appointed to consider
the stepa that sh juid be taken with
'An attachment for a telephone re¬
ceiver by which another person can
hear nhat ts being said ovei a wire—a
stenngiapher, for instance, who le to
take both a desof a conversation—hae
been inreuted.
tue •'Scotsman* ha» the fol'owlng
Are birds able to think and remember
where they bare been well car d f >r
A gentleman Bring In Lgl^h Is in the
habit of feeding the buds wbhh fr»
bait* of a wooden tenement situate
at Oucorite by James GoUyinoie—1
p.tn.
The London
8.3>)p.tn.
Electric Theali*
Iligli WaU-rMori.flJiEm. -,il_„urlhorn |HJ„
3.49 a.Ul
6.U7 p m.
113J p.tn
regard tó railway ooustrucrion in the I ¡¡5?» h,I «rfSÍ duriiS* ih!wt«.;
hinterland of British Guiana. The 1 ^ tbia g llh
meeting was romlutted in ramera, i miT he enticsd a wlüinníh ÍSn¡¡ífí'
but it was attained that Mr. J. J i’ *¿’!¡*¡3t!ífa«í..níi i» ir
¡n3;tinK'.C¡^Um”te¡;;,¿o"ih^r¡n!.y.' j "Á^XñuS, J,”l,y*7 fe ” "¡ñ'íhl
‘wís ¿«is;».'*¿s»¿«arítí
the position In the matter of a South th* bird hnnnod í,S2íuíl
Aineilean ContlnenUl tailway fmm i^vJ2lí?í£íífS!SÍ!i.1¿ÍL-1 e° sslL
I'aug?„.. ta.lb. Wl.tb ! "vd.;tl'.'^a‘'0;íb¿íad^Iuí°nrtb7
Whilst m the ring left no doubt as to th»
identity of the bird.
STANDS
HIGHEST Id PUBLIC FAVOUR
\
FOit
ACKHOWLEOGMENT.
)
Mr. and Mr#, f )| Hendr ilJrecbiu
C«stl« Csutei through tbs msdlaiu of
this paper, delire to record their grateful
tbsnn to those kind friends and syui
patbUsra, who so promptly rendered
them sil ths help uoislMs in connection
with the sad death of their son Donald#
They also beg to acknowledge tbe receipt
of tbs msuv wreaths and letters of condo
leuce. and to thank the donors and
writer» for their ifuipathy in - their
bereavement
definite propoials aie before the ooui
I uilttee yet, there are prospecte of im
I portent development» *in the near
future. ——
I For the purposes of • oncenltatlon In
effecting a reduction la the number of
schools in Barbados. It Is
elemeutary schools in Barbados. It
understood thsl a suggestion has hsio
made to the CducaUou authonttss to
have a building suitably placed to
accommodate allthepupils qow attend
ing the following school» I—Bsthcl
Boys'. HL Ambrose Boy»’, Ht. Paul's
Boys aud Dalkeith Buy#, Visits of
inspection have recently been paid to
th* abovenauiod schools, ostensibly
for this purpose, by ihe Attorney
General, lion. (4, A. Goodman, and
lloo. J Ü. WrigbL M.LU
QTJ^k-IuIT-^r.
INDEX TO PAGES
It is known as the CHAMPAGNE
of SCOTLAND, and is kept in
stock by
ALL THE BEST RETAIL DEALERS.
When
you want a really
Class Whisky say
High
Tbe Committee of th* Baiba*! * Im
proveiuenl Association have uudrr
their consideration the establishment
of a Best Jluuse either at Cotton
Tower or llackleUm UblT and the mat-
tea was rtfeired to the Amusement
Commute* for their decision
" The father of my client/ said %
•by London solicitor recently at a
trial before a tnsglslrate. M is a marine
door stealet ” « A what F* said the
maglstratt, 4Ths- nervoui lollcltor
thought dwpiy and replied, “ 1 beg
your worship's pardon, I mean r
marine deal itorer." "A wbatl'
ixpeated the nuglstrat*. The solid,
tor again. apJlogked, and than,
smiling brightly, said, " a matins
steal dooier." *• -hi" eaid tbe
msgUlrate And )«*ft It. It (s almost
needless to add the eiplauation glveu
by the reporter of the London Law
Nute« that the father of the learned
gentleinaa'solieot was a dealer to
Msrine stores.
Ilie i:ui«>a cron is at an end, so to
speak, so veiy little Is now btought in
to town by Gain or other n.saus.
CLAYMORE.
Wholesale fhom
2—railstuvm —Tobago.
Ia>st Lineie.
ATribuleof Appreeiatimi.
Court Lists.
Timhtad Woikingmens Assoua
Uun
Death of Dev fiank de Witt
Talmage.
3—Our Hnorting Page.
Woila of HporL
Our Nportlng Net.
Pbe Coming "Classic' Bocee;
Ust/>f Leading Caudidateo.
8— Continuation of oui bportlng Pag*
A bpotliug Marehmiiees t Kh#
rods U> tl>* Mound* when si»* is also sent to Talkaiulte,
was 83 and IJdod.
tfoltfng Weaknesses Variatloos
of Htauc*.
Uww.
BeealU of D«aw«aia liaeee.
Honaneo Amateur Cricket t un
Pistares. /
Ycelerity's Crlckst.
Tennis lanhtrh Ihe Klng. found re
crestlmi from the pressure of the
woik that accumulated oo his Indian
tour, is the game of kings. The old
est of exisilug bull games—it i« men
tionsriinthe Aithurian romance»-
(ranle was originally the pastime of
the kings and nobles, and (t was long
before its descendant—Uwn tennis—
became popular with all citases. The
game reatb-d Koglend from France
Itoiljr, ^iva bjr ib« tiro* of IJcnty
court at
Windsor Henry VIII, was aoexpeit
at the gun»#. *
Hub luspeetdr Haiold da Pasa hae
been prontoted 'oth# rank of Inspector
i of Constabulary iu place of Cap am
The Catholic Press Af»Oi lation, Ju»t i Goldin*. promutM 1o Hi, | fmiued, in the L’nlU-d Htales of | G D< Owen, filh Clerk in tbe Colonial |
America is paitof an advance decided , Hecietaiy’s Uttke, lias Imm*u a |omted
By order of tbe Govciti meat, and at
the request of Ibf >V«tden of Havana
Grande, I,dU gallons of water are seot
to IMaeea Town every other day as
from (be I8Ui inat, Asfuiilar quantity
K»
Yest«rri*y's
K Mm Keeelpt. , Kgg»
bur-
ihe of Beousri
WeUanñST
fired by tha
War; tar
the kloelei
Deed Foej
althy and
. of Holy
Ja|i
GRELL Co. Ltd.
-A.Q- S3STTB.
luir*, it.
.c -V* w**|Tl. —
U» f.r.w of Holy
m. hmm, UokU. of
'¡a <*ot *n korr#Mlng
th* Italian Army aiounu
Tripoli
iwtu-d Mstars. Hrhgi
CereiDonlee auoompoay
every Process - •* Watering/
( ity PnUo* Court,
-Gur Artkl* ou " The Uecuiisiu*
uf Bafaiee."
• Natural History fioui 'lohagu
liepurt in London about
Hydney Olivei . Gol
Hong Kong Halary i
ed tatMk*
Duliop of China says Kmuiie la
aeeliliig OhrieUauily
SuHreftUe Cods , Amueiug namoa
for Miníatela.
lutcrteüeg Iuom of Arouod tbe
Vtort»
Hu
nng to
attach*
dng of fedeiateil
Catholic sock ties held at Dvlumbu»
list year says tbe Brooklyn Unity
tiayU The oseoeiaUon will not
fuinUhuew* or utamweripte to doily
oewepapeis, butwHlalmU* do so to
shout 3D0 weekUsa. Thete will Ue four
effieee. una lo Hrov
New York, a third
widence. aaotaer at
In Chicago and a
i’*w twt. ■ mifu iu miwgo and a
fourth in Home. Tha conetitaoooy of
ail these weeklies le about IJIlldnU
coplea Tbe aseoclatlon anoouncee,
tbrougb uue uf its incorporators, that
a part of ÍU wuik will he to preparo In
fetming historic, doctrinal and
seat-day slot las of CataoUe woik.
Young CataollM are IU InfoHaed.
thinks the aaeoHatlon. In thing» whleh
they ought to know ae wot kart.
Answers to toisrepeescMaUoM will bn
glsnp. sapee loll y in reporto about the
v aUoan The next meeting uf the
Cataolk suetoUes, which
for other refotiue, will
Louisville nost Oetubcr
ting .
are working
be bald in
túselos a Hull ín^paKim du mg* the
alwsure on leavs of lns|*e<.to' P. U
Norman. It is generally believed that
Mr. Owen will be confirmed In the
appolntmeut iu the CoosUbuUry
DvparUqeot, tbrougb «he vacancy
created by CapUia Guiding's rosigo*-
fr*.' rf.“,*?."ut .b* «*?*«»>ly known
U»t Mr. Ow.n. f.thitr v*m th,
P»pu_ly li»|MCtor O.ner.1 of Police
be» for nunr put end uf Mu uud
.. IiuimcUw U.n«wl.
kV. yMUidny ircel.n) lb. Mlowluu
from tan lloo. the < ole-1-' "
Wr,—I am directed by
Mr it N. Haley, of ta* Barbados
Branch of the Gotanlnl Bank, baa
been promoted to tan Ns* Y Brant b
' olonial Hecratary
—by tbe Govamor to
Hkforto yoo taal io. «'uuwqtwuce of a
KblUbed »po,t to the effect th«i
” lw"‘«M of Hlibonk
pusu.MKIiut.toii. Ujii.U Hi. K,
oalBiicy leUur.phed 10 the Uoeerro,
Of that island to enquiiv whelbei Lha
J3uííl!r.°JI.rTL1, *"'1 it* rHl 'i,,Kl the
following reply withr.r„«07. io
••.our Ulrgi.Hi of lhU Aptil .no
•4’i*iw',0U '" I<‘P°1'1 uf :
i "llltiiui Tweed Suitii
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TlIEÍlPOItTOP:SPAIN GAZETTE’ - SUNDAY APRIL 21 U912
OUR SPORTING PAGE.
WORLD OF SPORT.
REMARKABLE ARGENTINE
STATISTICS.
Tb* eUtlstice relative to the win*
nlng* ©f the progeny of the chief elree
In Argentine, have just reached Bog*
land. Of couree* the figuro* cover the
whole of left year, as, of course, there
I*BO**clos**#easoo at Buenoi Ayres.
Nsvsrtheless, It U apparent tbet the
total* appearing against the name* of
the two leader*, Pietennaritxburg and
jardy, ere enormous, for the former
la more than $T>A.OUO, and the latter li
upward* of 035,000 in front cf the Bog
lub champion, Bundridge, whose total
wm not approached by any other
stallion, either on the Continent or In
the colonies.
* The following are the records of th .
leedles ten stallion* in the Argentine
In 1911. ^ It Is elgolflcent Ibas the eg*
gregate amassed by the produce lef
these ten airee ehoold have exceeded
more than ooe*balf the amount offered
In pritei on (be British turf in 1911:-*
Stallion, Haces Won. Value,
PtstermarlUburg (dead), by fit. Simon
09
Jardf. by Firing Pox 70
»d Juf “ * -
Ibe smuggling cam* to the observa*
tlon of the Treasury Department
through negroes or the South Side,
who reported the matter.
'Diamond Jubileo, by SL J5fmon33l
[Orange, by OrWt
(Qtd mao, by Orbit..
I raid Or, by Flying Fox
[ Sargento Idead», by Orbit
Ovación (dead), by Orbit .
i (dead), by I
Keodat (dead), by Bend Or
AÜÍ
»J
m
93
41
321
33
20U.2H0
UAIfift
141.683
100,050
90.063
88,730
87,710
03.023
73.716
ateo, by Oey Hermit
pr.Tne leading winning stable last year
was the liaras D. Alvear, whose anl*
mal# captured 0278 (,72 In forty*two
faces.^
jTlilDEnDV WAGERING.
i”"W£Us so much uncertainty exists ••
to racing in the Immediate future, the
Derby is forluoately not effected, and
White Star was in considerable de*
nand recenf-ly, Lomond, although oo
the “book** little* if at all, superior to
hi* rival, ha* throughout the winter
stood at a shorter pnce. Only a point
asperated them in thelstest quota*
lions, and, as apparently there Is more
1090*7 waiting to go on the brother to
last year's winner that difference may
disappear within the next few days.
Reports credits each of thepe cíaselo as*
pirants with having made satisfactory
progress during the recess, and their
next meeting will be a most Inteiest*
log event.
«Users' charges is England.
®Hoo« Geo. Lambton tops the list of
JfegUsh trainers in the number of
hprte* in his, charge. He has fifty,
aloe In his stables, 8am Darling fifty.
Ms, Butters, Joseph Cannon and fiber*
wood fifty each. A, J. Joyner the
inerlotn trainer, in charge of Mr
Whitney's string, bes forty-four, of
which thirty-three are two year olds,
wed-variousty by Hamburg, Adam,
Delhi, Voters Burgomaster, lien Brush.
Ditgolsa Peter Pao, Broomstick and
Waiercre~
WILLIE LEWIS SECURES BOUT
WITH CARrKNTIER.
Otorgo* Carpentler, the welter .
weight champion of France and the
holder of the middleweight title of
has been matched to fit hi ¡
Willie Imwí* of New York In Pari* on
the night of April 21. The bou. will
be a twenty-rouod affair. Both men
hare agreed to make 100 pounds ring-
•!<*•* Bewl* will sail for France 00
Hatordav. Manager Dan McKetrlck
wpl follow tha latter part cf next
t*i^.L far Iq front of the field, and had th
race so mtch at bis mercy that he
eased up In (he stretch and trotted
the finish* five yard* in front tfD*
Grouchy. De Grouchy In tarn was
five yards In front tof Dick Bean of the
Seveoty.first Regiment, The other*
were strung out.
A BIO DIVIDEND.
The Cbrlstmae Handicap, which
was run at the Port Adelaide («outh
Australia) Meeting on December 23
and remit ed In a win for Pandan»*
(Tapioca—Thunder Prloce*sVprovlded
a sensational divldeod the first horse
paying £71 fie., and the second £7 7s.
_ ..... M wands of the Orient managed to
week, The match baa been banging I •*cur* third place to the Perth Mate*
fire since last September. Victor IAt lh® W A.T.O- annua! meeting
Breyer, the manager of the Cirque de I (Western Australis), Artesian (Argo
Parts, the big hippodrome of the I n»ut-=-Bff#rve*ee) being the winner.
French capital, has been offering Me I other imported horses also ran.
Ketrlck by cable 23 per cent, of the
gate for the bout, but McKetrlck held
out for 99 per cent Breyer wired hi*
acceptance of McKetricka terms yes*
t®rd*r and the match was clinched,
McKetrlck estimates a 020,000 house.
PHILADELPHIA WANTS TO 8TA0K
OLYMPIC MEET.
Anathletioclub of t«eoty-five hun¬
dred members has been organised Lo
bring to Philadelphia the Olympic
games when they are staged in
Amenes, with Harrison Towoseod,
millionaire sportsman, at Hs President
and Charles Ji. Uerslioger as Secre¬
tary. Early io June the organization
will begin work for the erection of a
»eventeen-stnry clubhouse. The eiub
ha* pledged 0300,000 for the erection
of the buildiog, which will cost in the
neighborhood of a million dollar*
when completed and furoiebed.
Mr, Uerslioger announced this after
000M that be had already been prom¬
ised the Olympic gaiuee and when the
clubhouse fe completed and be had the
26,000 members the contracts will be
signed. It was largely for the pur¬
pose of bringing this great athlo ic
event to Philadelphia that the new
organization came Into existence.
Apple Charlotte being teeood and
Queen Regent last,
rsg
ENTRIES FOR “CITY AND
SUBURBAN.”
Lest year the ml e and a quarter
City and Suburban, which will he
contested on Wedoeiday, April 21,
had forty niue entries. Tills time
thirty-eeven appear in It, con*r*’ of 1 All Gn'd, Anchors Atmeb,
Bachelor's Hope, fleaur-patre, Ben
Aider. Braxted, bryony, Chill II
Cellini Cigar, Cvraoo, Dalnscrar.
Demos benes. Puke Michael, ton
Boy. Forest Lassie, Hornet’s B ‘*uiy.
Lance Chert, Looawand. L*c«on,
Moscato Mushroom, Piquet, 8t Nat,
8eodwort, Het Free, Short G»s#«, Mr
Merlin, Tb* Spy II The S*nryf
snot, Trepida, Uitlmus Uncle Pet,
Wise Simon, and Wolfe Land,
’ T1IB IRISH OK IT.'
I “Hidalgo," the noted Turf Corres¬
pondent of “The Tboroughb ed Be*
cord" In some recent note* say*
a lhay* always been an admirer of
Wib journalism, although It may be
MTfefy ascribable to ray Milesian an- /
eeilry. Here was wbat I read In a
I w** over in the country
{•«Oil "Mr. Thomas Duffy, of Tima-
hoe, started out last Sunday morning
{*“• pig expecting to drive to Burras-
hoo* Abbey, where he had been pro*
«•da splendid dinner of roast beef
lad potatoes at the bouse of Mr. Frjix
hostigan. Much to his regret, bis gig
Broke down and hie horse ran away
Wore he had accomplished half his
Joornev. He was, however, kindly
2k f°rb7 Mr. BartholomewScanlaD,
who took him to bia bouse and gave
~°**B«tly the same dinner that he
would have eaten at Mr, Cosligin's
rjwriogth, beef,-
Bare li t specimen of a personal In
Mockros* Advertisert ••«V|U tbs
from Duoehagbalio (who
JM wad drunk at thn time) and who
cowardly assault on Mr.
^“larBBTy at. -Pori Blair on
rr^kdey last, b« kind enough to tend
*" *&**•»• to the editor of thi*
A*-TOR TELLS FJS1I STORY ON
ANOTHER.
Rev. Martiu D. Hardin of the Third
Presbyter! tn Church at the Fisher-
man's Club of ihicago recently, told
this fish story on the Rev William
Chalmers Covert of the Fifty-first
Htieet Church of the same city.
"Notlong ago a child was born In
our neighb irhood and a pair of scales
could not be found to weigh the babe.
Knowing Dr. Covert, as a good fisher¬
man, bada pair, they were sent for.
When tb§ babe was pieced on Dr,
Covert's stales, the Inaex pointed (0
in even thirty-six pounds."
COSTLY LITTLE WATCHES.
Mr. Pierpont Morgan h-s just
bou.ht, ’hiough M. Jacques Stelig.
ra*no, of peris, eighty-six of the moat
wondeifu lulls watches in tbewmld.
He paid £00 U03 for th*tn or an aver*
age of neatly £7U0 a watch, They
formed the Maif Is coliec |.*i\ end
came to ParDfrom Berlin. Al'of them
date from thesixteen’h to the eigh¬
teenth century.
The first little watches were made
In the six'eenth century Io Nuremburg
in Pari*, end In Iiaty. Ibe Martel*
watches are very tiny and very beauti¬
ful, Une is fgg-*hap*d, inadeof Limo¬
ges enamel, and is no bigger than a
caDary'eegg. There are two of these
In the woiid, and bith are Id Mr. Pier¬
pont Morgen's posae&lon.
Many of the watchee ate in the form
of crosses, aftd can be wore â– * pendants.
The smallest of them might be worn
as a cravat pin.
I Fair-fit Ban Antoniohe won ihetwelve
hour race, and went the entire die*
tance without belrg frbeved by an¬
other driver,
The oar that he drives lithe Stpd*
dard-Daytan, and he will have the
e*me maobtne 1 bet he has used in a I
cf hi* Western record-smashing reces.
D* llyroel. although 0» Aztec blood
Is a Tetas Indian, and wbsn at home
lives In Han Antonio,
management from our breeders, we
should not do even better here, seeing I
the greater advfifiUges In pastursge
to b« found In lh«* Colony. ]
the poor form of Ella K., took a great I handedm* piece of plat* to the Don.
- - - - *s J p-“ -—«*•—*- . *
deal bi the quality from the creol¡_
events, ae the tussel between these
THE PICK OF THE BUNCH.
M Kapler," the racing rot respondent
of the ‘Illtietra»ed H pot ting and Dram¬
atic N«vra ' aelecta >« hl< "IimI ilnim "
atlc News,' selects as his "Aiert dozen
foe this year lo EogUnd, the following
horses)
. Lord fit. D«vid's RHbroney,0yrs.,
by the Wag Innisuiskil
Mr J. D. Joel's nunspot. 5 yrv., by
8u od rid ge— Kot a,
Mr. H. P Whitney's Iron Mask IL,
4 yrs,. by Disguise Koval Rose.
Mr. T. IMlkington's 1'iinre I'alallne,
4 yra, by Peraiuiiuon—Lady I luhlfooL.
Mr. K. Ifnitoti'a Lmuntid, fiyie., by
Dcsmotid—D»wUitd Aggie.
M» K. 11. Duirw’» fiaeeper If. 3
by Velio 11
BORDE FOft ENGLAND. ^«1
We understand that jockey Borde
will leste for England shortly. The
local lightweight will go to the stable
of Tialner Manser atNevrmaikei and
hopes to get th* opportunity of belog
seen in the pigskin before the season
is ended. iP»rd#'s vUitto (tie lace
tiackeofOM England ought to iirove
of great tM*netlt to him With Ms
natural ability as a rider and the
splendid esamples of jorkeyshlp which
he will see there, our already brilliant
little *• knight" ought to teturti to
us a full fledged "star.’ We are
quite sute that the best wishes of the
•porting community will go with him
and-tm fires here will watch his career
abroad with the greatest interest.
PRIZE AWARDED TO BRIGHT STAR.
The fitewards of the Tiinldad Turf
Club have award**d the piiz** money of
the M*Men Handicap, raced for at our
yia. by Hr.xM.««ti.k-R.velo l )„,L Xu»a-» meeOng to Bright Sur.
Lo»1 IWb’-.y- Uiarmt*n.*8y.*., Ih„fewlu| ho,-se. Instead of to lloro*
by Clo-N. JL«.U«. I llnl,. Hi. winner. It will h. trnirni
LuiJ Kiwh.il II., 3 s-r... by I lhltt J|rw». Cwnry the owner.
^¡1**.*V' de* 1 «if Hiight filar, entered an objection
to Home Rule oo the gtouml that he
See* and Mrs Berkeley.
*"m """"'i IBW,I Tb# Plata consisted of fi heavy Sib
"““'i11»** «“«'F !»*■}»* H.U.U .urmonnM with (hre.
Tld«nh. lutun of th. mrettn,. I .llrer di.he., «Mb cIm« tmud, th,
I b.,rin, th. lollowlog InKrlp.
tfon •
M Pretepfeml to Mr, and Mrs Berkeley
by member* and friends of the St.
Andrews Race Club la conmemora*
[ Mr. Berkeley, the competent Sec re-
| tary of the St. Andrew# Race Clu^
I saw to It that the patron* of the occa-
' sion were provided with evrry com¬
fort, and ae usual all arrangements io
connection with the racing were eicei-
lent. That good sportsman, Mr. J. C.
Date, presented a bandepme raciog
saddle to the winner of the Telescope
Stakes. The fortunate owner of this
1* Dr. Mitchell, as a result of the win
of Harmony,
The Maiden went to Rose Deshley.
with Bullen upt Diana wae second, and
Prioress third. Up to a short dlstanc*
from the finish, llosa appeared to be
wionlng easily, but Disna cam* with a
big ruth, and Bullen, nearly caught
napping, just tended his mount by a
short half length. Melody a half
sister of the fleet Dignity, wae entered
for ibis event, but owing tog cold
could not take part.
Mr. C K. Hnwmii’s England, 3 yet,
by William the Third UͻM* n
Prince Km kys Alglou, 3 yrs, by
E«g**i -( linfil .»It
’Ih** D>»k*- VV**>tti. yin., by Ti'UHlfctk EagetueM-.
Lo.-d L). ••-va 11 uny »f H(*. by J<>im O'Gaunt (.«Ovf.bmy
llgtiiu.
UR SPORTING NET.
RESENT TION TO SUCREl AKY.
Ov Ihe occasion ofth-* recent Ei'ter
Muud
x-ia i
Following aie the grey horses at
stud in the United Kingdom . -
Grey Leg, by Pepperand 8alt, Fee.
aw fiiaodlng at Heath 8tud,
Newmarket.
Senseless, by Grey Leg Fee, 19 ga
Full for 19 2. Standing at Cheveley
fimd, Newmarket
Teoterajiy, by Urey Leg. Fee, 0 gs.
Standing at Aastock 8tua, Winslow,
Buck**.
Grey Jersey, by Grey Leg. 8tandiog
it Larkfleld Maidstone,
Nabot, by 1-e Manej. Fee, 19 gs.
Standing at Moulton I’addockr, New¬
market.
Uoi Uerode, by Le Samarltato.
Fee, 10 gs. Full for 1912. Standing
at htratfan Stud, Co. Kildare.
Askalon, by Le fiaroarltaio. Stand¬
ing at Llasohara Hall, fiiansled, Essex,
Jackson, by French Fox. Fee, 9 gs.
Standing at Owlet Hall, EoBeid,
Middlesex.
Friary, by Grey Friar# Fee, O gs.
Standing at Russley Park, Baydoo,
Wilts.
Goblet, by Grey Leg. Fee. 3 gv.
Standing at Jobo’s Bridge, KUkenoy,
Ireland,
*£& IfcUrou, wbat those Irishmen
know about publishing news*
pspsr* u not worth knowing.
^JEFFRIES WILL SOI FIGIIT.
í'PprtA that former fcbsmplon
;*®e* */ Jrnrles contemplated return-
1°*^. the fighting game are proved to
JJÍ "‘thout foundation by the receipt
ci a telegram recently by Bob Vernon
wen Jeffries. When the reports were
2.74*^ tw° wocki Vernon tele-
CMphed Jeffries, asking if there were
•ey truth in tbe rumors. These were
MipbaUcally deated by tha former
cnampioo, who Is arraogiog for a long
A«d fishing trip tnAlasks
^^ries s telegram to Vernon follow*
5**sosiv*d letter aed telegram. Nothing
do*"* In the fighting game, aod if there
•J* yon would be iba first to know it.
w«re hers tor Join ms In fishing
wri hunting party to Alaska.
JT0ili!>t Johnson in au i dkd
0K KMCGGLING.
tv*«S ^9^?*°.^ wlU be prosecuted by
lbs United 8tales Government for
smuggling unless $9,6Q) U paid fta •
\°* secretly brfoging a die
mood necklace into lbs United Stales
«mm Europe without paying customs
®oiy. lb« Treasury Department
chargee that tb* pugilUtsmusgled a
diamond necklace vaiui*d at $0OO Into
this country when be returned from
tbs eoronelion of King George.
Johnson appeared at the Federal
5“*¡ District-Attorney» oftlc# it
««ally to fix the matter up (vitboul
Ef9j*®uUt,°' Be bad a uonfcrvDC*
wdh Aaswtant l oiled butoe District
Attorney Laurcute Jacobs, wbo i* iu
f;ba tu«- The pugilist was
Informed that the only way the matter
*** 1* settled in by the prompt pay
ttjst of 09.QOU as a penalty. v
She bSskltUA 1-jinl.inA .i«l. JI,. _
ACICEUO-SCEPTRE K0AL.
Sceptre baa produced a floe bay fitly
foal by Ulcero, and all is well with both
ut theta. This it very satisfactory,
for there were not a few wise men
who expressed doubts as to whether
the famous cuete wee In foal when
Messrs, Tatteresll bought her for 7 0 X)
guineas last July, The event ha*
proved that abe was a 'rare bargain at
Ibe Price, and. *« ebe ha* now pro¬
duced five foals and missed only ooce,
it Is evident that abe Is a regular
breeder, qualified tú produce six or
•even more. It Is rather curious that
all her foals hitherto have been fillies,
and as they are ¿Ü beys It would
almost seem thst 8ceptr# U ,9.P9re
dominant for color, though ills too
early to prooouoee with any certainty
nn toat point- If eb* Is, the case Isa
«ornewhat curious ooe, for her sire.
Persimmon, sited number* of chest
uut*. while her deal. Ornament, wa*
by Bend Ur. aod Collar, which is by
ihe puis dominaot St. Bimonoutof
Ornament, slreealmoat as many chest¬
nuts a* baya «ud browns. In some
quarters ibeie It a teodeoey to under
rate Sceptre's stock, but tbs Hfst tbree
are all winners, and tbe f°“Gb. Q;w*»
Carbine, ha* yet t^atarK Maid of
Corinth was undoubtedly tbe best
iWo-year-old lllly of hot year, and
Coronation. Soeptrs* third daughter
has dooe great tbings in Italy.
Wjl'll* »A,‘K ,,I,iK KKLüRD
Mel bheppard. tha raiddledisUBce
Siog, tHpialled hie M. A L
«bin ittord for the balf-mll# a. the
Military Athletic U**u*ll
•bitw at tbs Twenty second Regiment
Armory on April (ith. when be eovered
jsst ató $r¿'y*™
[.ONDON 8 EXPENSIVE FOGS.
It Is estimated that# genuine Lon¬
don brand tog costa the city $750.000
In losa end interruption of busto^u.
In 1905 there were forly-fouf fogs
tecorded. 8ioce that year there has
¡sil iRfiYlitsssrs;’.; ¿koVKSE
nooe, aed this is directly attrlhuted to
the work against the smoke nuisance.
U is an accepted fact now that tbe
fog* over London would be no more
dense ibao over the adjoining coun¬
tries if it were »'t for tbe quantities
uf London smoke which have m>ied
with tbe fog'.
JUD LOTS OF “SAND.
A French imitator of the renowned
Capt. Koepenick has just brought off
t surprising coup at tbe Malaon Laf-
Otte, s cub frequented by floaocla!
magnates and others ahd h* eeene of
much gambhor. Last year tbs police
raided tie club but as the member*
bad by some means received warning
of the arproach of the police they were
(Uncovered at nolbiag more serious
than harmless gsnies of bridge. Hie
other dey, while tbe gaming tabico
were crowded, an elegantly-dressed
intn accompanied by six nompenions
suddenly appeared. The leader, ad¬
dressing the players, said| «lent the
polls* commissary, sod in theoam* ©f
he la» I forbid aoyone to leave the
b"Hdiog." ^
There was touch consternation. The
police'’ proceeded to lock the door»,
while thrlr leeder. the ••commissary."
gathered up ell the money on ihe
• ablqstothe amount of about £1,000.
Th<*n, taking the names and addresses
of all present in tie gravest and most
approved official manner, be announc*
ed that proceedings would In due
course be taken againat all who bad
been found there. In answer to the
entreaties of a few present to tie al¬
lowed to leave tbe ••commissary” only
repli d, 11 must do rav duty.' He
then wilbd-ew. As no further notice
•»f proceeding* we* glveo lo any of
IbnsH who were “caught gambling, it
was decided by one or two of tbe lead¬
ing members of tbe club lo eunroaeb
tbe commlsssry of police aud Implate
him to let the milter drop. Whet was
Ibrlr aslontsbeent, on being osbered
into b'apressoce, ts findthat the real
commissary endtbe “official" who had
visited the club were endrely different
pe< sons! In fact, tbe real commissary
(new rothing of th« matter, but la now
searching for Ibe perpetrator of wbat
««• a very arousing end daiiug hoax.
-Boston Transcript.
unlay taces In Gietiada, tbe mem-
s ut Ibe fit. udrew’s Race < lub
piesented to Mr. nod Mrs J. A.
Beikelry a splendid set of silvft plain.
Mr. B<*tkery not only founde«t the
Llub b it bus been its 8-civUry for the
last fifteen yvais aod It is no exag¬
geration to say that through hi- hard
effort aud competent mauagement is
due the pie*-tu flourishlitg condition
of racing 'n Uie ri-t*-r c'tony. Mr
Berkeley has visiU-d Trinidad Never at
times and his stay an.orig us has al¬
ways betui a source of pi*-a»ure fur all
those who met him—ibe more espe
dally out* turfites who Were always de¬
lighted Lo talk -‘turf" with the well
loturrned Secretary.. We join our
congratulations to those of tbe sports¬
men of Grenada.
THE DERBY SWEErSTAKE.
Tire .u»ual sweep on tbe Engltsh
Derby, promoted yearly by the 81
Andrew's Race UlubaJ-Grenaua will be
Jon"** adv^rllMki In any other part of
our columna This is a very excellent
Sweep Indeed for so small a price—a
chance only costiug 5s., and we hope to
see a of uur -local sporUuien
?/rSfite•'w™ ÍÍ# Tiff
world.
had filt*d no certificate uf pedlgrve
Mill the T.TC as trquired by the
Rule* The Ht-Srard* ailotved ibe
•*nner of (IIome Huh' a reasonable
Mm** to p i ate, bub hr**n found imp v-ibie to obtain eatue ,
•oft) rent iiifoiination not living avail-
ah'e to permit of the itorse being
traced by ihe American Jockey (JiuU
Ihis is ficvediiigty * hardline*" on
lire owner of Home Rule, who Ingood
fdlb putriiAM-d the animal and raced
hhu at two meet! gshke a sportsman j
the first time failing to score, and the
»etond time, winning just one race,
suarteiy enouxh to pay expenses, only
to hare the prize go I» Ihe second
horse. Scarcely ibe kind of encour-
wgeiuent nevdvd to kwphhu lathe
líame On the other ha»>d wedp nut nee
how tUe the Stewards could act. We
understand tha» the M*»«te.''Cmney,
lit accordanfv with ihrir statomeut
runde at the time will donate the
prize money from the race, U> charily.
OUR
REPRESENTATIVES FROM
DEMERARA.
The cycling j*pi6m>tativei of Ibis
colony, to theivoeut DvuretaiaMeet*
log, icturncd during the Wiek. Keith
Mviville very disapooruted at the hard
luck which kept him on the ground
with an Injured foot and Holman cov¬
ered with the glory uf bis victories
over the Drum ara Champions Sal¬
vador end Davis. A correspondent
writes us from the “insgnltkeiit pro¬
vince" saying that tbe defeats of the
borne cyth»ts can bs stplainel fiuui
tire fact that they were unlbvrof them
In any way fit to »ace. barn, be eays,
is itu more the same old mui since hi*
Irioidad fall, al his last app ai anee
here, and Halvador was miserably out
of fuim-fit for a'tiovice divUiou In¬
stead of a representative one he that
a* U ony lioliuan ha* won nod did
good work fur this colony. Uur
Eropiia Day Meetiag ought to prove
all the more intere.ung ax a lestuL
W« have no doubt that a* true sports*
roen Demorara will send "0 bvr best
iuen In ao alt*nipt to win b* laurels, aud local lu\er» uf the sport
will have the opportunity of seeing
for thfiusvlvea, HoimanV true value.
A* weundeistand that Mikvy tip»!-
anl WillalMitake part,all ride s w.th
championship aspi*aliens will have
moat excellent chance uf putting
their ambitions to the test.
DILKEITH AT OUR MAY MEETING.
After her campaign in Denreiaia,
Reproach will return to this ouloiiy
and C’outrariwise will come on al*o
from Barbados U» be put icto prepara
tlon by Mr* Thomas Field for uur
romfug meeting. With Houghton on
tbs shelf, this will he the ertent <*f
Dalkeilb'e representation f>n ihe
â– vasou. Ilia hoped that by the rime
Xmas routes around the noted I)es*
round gviding will Im fit hi take up th#
game uuv ruott. Ail tiua lovers of
tbe sport will he glad ufthlsa-* the
presence of ti|s pride of Bmublre
always mesos iiumeiise eolbu»lasm
and popularity for uur race#.
AN INDIAN CHAUFFEUR
An Altec Isdlan will drive a car in
tbe Vaoderbllt Cup r»c*.
1 hi* is the first time that an Indian
ha* takvn to automobile raring. We
have had Indian baseball playera and
fo vtball player* by the buodred, end
Indian runner* by tb* soore. Indian
figbiertbav* tnsde good in the riug.
Tb* Iodises have always excelled st
*1) getnes that inquired bodily agility
sod good nerve, but have never Uksu
things nweheokal 11>e average
tb,
mend*, it
wife Ai
whieb filled the
*rSf,«Q r..l wO.1. .Urted io tb.
,H.I O U. Oou.br. nprt»j)M' g
tb. Tw.»tr Hiiid ^°k‘b;
itr.i .t lb. .urt ood ud uoiil tb, bock
•troteb. Hb.pp.rd woo ruoolno clo«j
M. bel*, oowo.or. ood ormouW
0-oklooo cooloiood' >1.1, din , tbo Twcuip ibird". »o wo.
‘-aíar.-'i.SS iuUí
aae worn
,ved up he went like
soon had * eororoend-
Jrito Ageuts of the 1'rsaaury Dniart-1 “ Hhep »'»»•
nvenj,caned at th« Jobueosi ¿osasTno. I wbiriwiod aod
sac?^
Indian toying with A oarburetor wouH
rtmiud ooe of * steam roller ffirtlog
with a pansy bed. 1 bat's one reason
why Town I># Hyrosl re a curlueity in
the world of sp^r*
Fht* Asteo has ail of tbo Irail m's
rscklsssoeee. lie »sp’t a novios l y soy
co»*»s bulan txperivoeaddriver who
h«e won great races sod broken world's
records, asul that la spile of tbo feit
that be i* cnly nineteen year* old
psoith eg'i he woo thr $*i miles Ik
goat breeding
There seems u> tree stir on lately
amoog bur stock raUsrs to take up
gust bleeding and with this end io
view ssveeol have brut) importing
gtatefrom Beibadoe. W# think thu
should prove a very profitable local
industry, particularly lu eoo»e of our
country diets tots Not only oould au
rxedlout pries tw got for the rollk but
ready sale uf s'o. k at a good profit
euuhl always be «(footed uoi ofily to
„< her hreodcis and private ownm
but Al*<» »mong our Kart Indian tado-
ulsis who are alwaye ftwd/lo pa|^t
THE DEMERARA RACES.
Th# Hpriog Mvettngof tbe Demer-
ara Tutf Club, took piar# on Thursday
and Friday last, at Bel Air Dark.
Cable teports to hand show that the
Trinidad representatives gav# a good
account of themselves. Tho local
candidates, consistlog of Mr. A. 8.
Kernah&n'e three, Athlete, Actress
and Revenge engaged In ten races
between i hem, aud won el*. Tbe son
of WHiiarnstead -Resentment placed
three to bis credit, a very fine showing
indeed: hs wou his welght-for-age
races including the Lushirtgton Chai
Unge Cup and in Ibe handicap* wa*
raiad 14 lb#, better than thu next best
in Ids class, Muieumtuer, who man-
r,nr*i£‘. ’TrinliiaT entry Imat Ugly a
little latería the day giving Dr. #Mas-
•iah's creole 29 Ibe.
Athlete scored iu two evrnts, the
Mayor's 1'late a» a mile, on tbe lir«l
day. Iieating Vidus, and in the Lastei
Handicap, at a similar distance, oil
lh« second day, beating Bdbeck, with
10 lbs in tbe Denierai Ian’s favour. He
%vas tu aten on tiie fli'ht day by Maid
for the Gomes Cup tú F ). which vi«v
tmy gives to Ihe “Hp^iting MedU*u"
the handsome Iwphy, this U’fog
Maid’s second wm in snecesuion. On
the second day, Mr. Ktnnahan’s colt
egiiii went lo d-feat in the Bel Air
Handicap, also at 0 furlongs, when he
failed to concede Foiresler 21 lb*. He
app#aivs to have shaped up much bet¬
ter over the louger dutam# of
ground.
^ctivsv caught the judge's ey« ou
ODenevabiou iu thu Merchants Cupat
a mile on tire wo *nd day. Vidus was
asked to giv* hsr II lbs. aud the tuar*
pointed lua way horns for tbe old son
uf Feepo Day. 0 tives bad tu lower her cMouis to
Vidua, Inthe Tmf Club Stakes, going
Oue MUe and a half. Oaths whole
toe local iuvadrrs made a very good
showing Indtmi And we await further
details anxiously
Repro-iih won thi*e races, among
them the Governor’* Cup beat eg her
old rival (ulint *rr. In the l ieole
Handicap next day <1 mile), they met
again, and although the eon uf Jim La
Rue was in reoelptof 33lbs, (hedaugb*
lei*of Itosenliueut beat him agsin. In
the bpring Handicap (U r.l. Re-
prPacb defeated Mazeppa, with tbe
enormous handicap uf Bii lb*, ou the
Dalkeith mare These to Maul i*r
fuiuiame* ought U) have been enough
for the gieat Barbadian ueole, but
unfortunately, with but a race »«e
tween her last, and tbe Kaslei Creole
Handicap, she accepted the iaeue in
that event Colimo») was In al 18 lbs
and Reprovch at 147 lb*, and the jour
p»y was over a unle. It was a bad
mistake on Ronoer'f part and Re
Rroach paid Ibe penalty, suffering her
i*t, defeat In sixteen race». It will
be remero hered that at the p>e?iou*
meeting in Demersra, after Iteproach
beat Culiolon with 43 Ihk. differvnoe,
when rite handksppers increased her
jwnally f«r bar next lace, Mr Field
very properiv sent her borne. l*bis is
most certainly what should bave been
done aga»o to ibis insUiio*. inasul of
haviug eu floe A iiiece of borsefissh as
Reproach, ruu behind I lie kind ot
“truck" that need(a bouse uii bet back,
In ordei to be able to keep lu ber corn
pauy. Resides this “ iegtorious" win.
'• 41 .1 mImh im J Ml
Tbe Telescope drakes ws* next.
Darling'* •*'* and shipment to her new
owner, in the **v*agnlficent I*rovfnce."
put an end to Ihe ptpvcted d el be*
tween herself and E3* K„ for creole
honours, and so it wae conceded that
• he Lafayette mere would have it all
hernwnwevj but Ellagntf ver, and
never would look atany feed for several
days before tbe reces with the resulr. j
that she was! a no kind of form, an/i i
•hnuld never have coroe to the track.
She travelled about two furlongs, after
givingagreat deal of Double at the
start, and then had lo be palled up.
Harmony, the only other competitor,
going no to a hollow victory. It is a
pity that ao true a racehorse as Mr,
Keots mare, should be on tbe dellnt-»
O 1C ** * wally smart 'un when
Darliog !a>the to»st Grenada creole
raciog to-day, but I doubt a great deal,
her leiog* match for tbs Dalke th
champion Reproach. 1 do not think
any creole foaled, could live alongside
tbe daughter uf Resentment, lu the
form which «be showed laberrecent
racing, at Trinidad, Demeiara and
Barbados. Oke all Alter», if Daring
is carefully handled, she ought to be
at h,r present age. st her best and
.TUI ’w,° many races. I regret
that she is out of her native home,
but hope she will In the cuece** of her
career, enbaor* both the quality of
her sire, and the breeding of Grenada
tlon of their silver wedding aod in
recognition of their servio»# to raciog
and eport la Grenada espeoisdly In
connection with the above clutk"
Beside* being the founders of tb*
St, Andrew*» Race Club, Mr. Berkeley
ba* been its lion, Secretary for fifteen
7®*r*. A staunch supporter of all
that goes to make good clean sport,
Mr. Bqrkelsy ha* been a power for the
welfare of racing In Grenada,
THE
COMINO "CLASSIC"
RACES.
HOT UF LEADING CANDIDATES.
interest was shown on (tog. CWltyLB)*
and Kthel A. Do. Rose 'Dashley *rd
DUna having stsyed out, the conflict
was left to the two, and although
Dignity was ths public choice, mray
fancied tbe chances of the daughter
of Etbelbert who was reputed a
much Improved inare since her last
outing. They got off to ao even
break, and raced splendidly together
for tlx furlong*, luroiog into the
straight, both riders used their whips
freely, and at tbe end of a gruelling
rffurt, Tod SIosq landed Dignity %
ueckto the good. Bullen rode Ethel
A Do aod they carried equal weights
(UU lbs). i »
With Hita K. gone borne, Cinderella
|u»t walked over for the Greole Hand!
cap
Tbe Untried Tony Hlskes, gave a
win to a i ou of the old Trinjdad 8>re
Mofdecai, named bbamrock If* who
wa* not only tbe best runner, but the
bert looker of tbe lot. He is owned by
Dr. Mitchell, aod carried 121 Ibe as
agalns Ofi lbs, lbs next highest weight.
Culiuum *!*<> got Um> iolwif fitekes.
bearing Maaeppa. In our nest lame
we shall have the “ Nptes au tbe Rein-
erara Hace»' by our Hpetial (Wros-
poodent at I Vine rara.
good figure fur a good goat a r
principal thing, of osMfea, is to bsgio
r'ght. that ia. to gat MM patent stock
There is no doubt that such «an b*
obtained fmm Baibadns, both *>f tlw
Indian x'ul Tog««-otoirg sUain» villi' i
uf which ought to give «plendld re-
•ululo* ally W# bave me Ho*
tuib b»-ih atm»»»* the half biedt fiom
H f both |Í4p)i«<1«m ),«• f.*r a long
I uu. d *• * I» * • -
ba« and there >• no teaeou wh). guru u,i
NOTES ON THE CRENADA
RACES.
The Trial Stakes brought out Dón¬
eles by Deaey—Doris, who wvs made
a hot f«vomita, Mran.p, Rock and
Sweet Mails. Tbe race consisted of a
struggle between the two fi-«t named,
with Scamp g*uing the baUer of U at
tbe end by a length. Bit enu *f *)ewey
seemed to tire considera' ly i<*warui
the finish. Rock wae thiid.
{Bp “Sentinel* in Fall Malt OaseUe.)
Thl* I* a subject ia which all ad¬
mirer* of th* thoroughbred are—or
eúA'l we say should bef-lnterested.
It 1* to the*» *v#uts that breeder* turn
foeguldanc* when mating tbrtr mare*,
yr course, many a good hors* has
failed to win tho Guinea*, Derby, aod
St, Leger/#nd, on th« other hard,
“•or, winner* of thtíao prise* have
â–  proved utter failures at tbe stud. A*
a rule, however, the ctaeeio reos* are a
I sure guide to the merits of the com¬
petitor*, and for that reason it la im-
poavible to rxaggsrate tbslr im¬
portance.
FORMER SURPRISES,
Ia #q eadeavour at the preseat junc¬
ture to gutge «he chancee of tbe ani¬
mals engaged in tbe Olwato event*, w*
are necessarily driven back upon their
twp-year-old form—those of them who
,Te *Qjr* ft 1* scarcely necessary to
point.out that juvenile form 1* not
alwav* a reliable iodex. A horse often
develops la ao eatraordinary way
during his third winter. Spearmint
aod MgoorineLta may be cited as
modero example* of this unusual ad¬
vancement. Huostar is another in¬
stance. At the sod of hie two-year-
old career be was rated 7>b behind
R-aforth, Aod Bt. Nat, PietrL nod
Nicola were ail placed in front of him
«7 the official bandrttppers s while
Burrow, Prince Palatine, and HL Ao*
too wero declared his equals. He and
1 Hoceralatioesurpaseedall th* others
as three-year old#
Tbe Grenville Stakes brought out
tbe “big guns' of the ueetiog. Great
Tb* Hopeful Haodiesp found Har¬
mony (124) fcarop (RH Pórtele* 1117)
and Sweet Marisas competitors. Tbe
Qrst named had no difficulty «n scor¬
ing another win, while leaving tbe
former rival* Hcamp and Doric»** to
fight it nut for second place. Marie
la-tug early beitbed *•• Date» ran. At
tbe finish ufa keen and plucky battle.
vcaoy) again proved tbe better and
beat tbe Be nrey coU.
Tbe !a«t race of tbe day promised to
b* the uro»t interesting, a number ol
turfites believlog (bet tb* thorough'
bred contestant* Dignity, Klbel A IK>,
and Uus* Paxhley, would but up •
specially fioe tussle over a mils. Tb*
telling was yet in favour ot tbe local
champion Dignity, but both Ibe oibeie
found supportei«. The weigh** «lie led
ibero w*itf Dignity (l3>i)LtbelA Do
(143) Ross Dasblet (117) tb* Jockeys
being iet|**i i ively Tod bloan,
Ilulivu At tit* < IT followed *>y Hoc» »nd Ethel Id Ibe
resr. Towards Ibeeud of tbe six fur¬
longs, lbs weight tee curd to tell oo
Ethel, wbo from thl* polot, began to
loss ground, and w** soon after
our of lu The two otberv, made a
splendid rece of It all tbe way
through tbe borne stretch, and a few
y«rd* from ibe judge’s box. It wa*
aoybody'* prive; io tbe floalitiidee
Dignity stuck best, and won a gallant
rae» amid groat applause Bthsl ou
rsturslwt to tbe paddock wae slightly
lame,- she is said to have wrenched
b*i pastern during»be race.
Confronted by such evidence, one it,
therefore, naturally rather chary about
committiogoaesflr toa* expression of
definite opinion thtee month* la ad¬
vance of the first Classic race. Without
doiug so one . an, however, advaota-
geou-ily rertew the position, with a
»»«w to familiarisiog oneself with
otbrr p-ohlruis (bat await solution. If
we look at the Free Handicap for two-
year olds published last aultrm»we at
once come Into -lots touch m I» the
production weve*-
Absurd ...
AHDOOd
Whits btar
Bsllslsl#
tíweeper 11
atlb
S
8 9
st lb
3
Javelin „ .. _ _
JingIiBgGeordie8 3
llatl Cross. , 9 2
Melody . 6 2
7 i Lorn
... .,. . _ a i
Lady Amerlcoa.8 f | Channel ti g l
T ntre is a great temptation to assert
that tire winners of alf (be classic laces
are named la tbe above list* tut we
must be raullous, because Orby aod
Hlgnorioetta were oot, io tbelr respec¬
tive years. so much a* mentioned In
tbe Free Handicap. Then, again, there
is this year a greater possibility than
usual that some horses that old not
run at a’i last season whl make a stir
on tbe Turf, That possibility is due to
tbe fact that for so m*ny months of
lttlltbe ground wa* exception Ally hard.
Hir Abe Bailey’s Rhodesian Is one
animal to be kept Iq mind. A brown
coil by 8b riusquln-*GIare, and.
ths ref ote, ao own brother to Flair ana
Lesbia, be had several engagements
to (alfil last year, hut he never left
hi* tralolog quarters. Nevertheless,
great expectations «ere formed
concerning him. There are also
several other well-bred anímala ja
tbe background, ao that, a* l
have aald. we cau»t not too freely
axsutae that all tbe •• card* " are on
tbet «hie, and make our calculations
accjidlagly.
LIKELY CANDIDATES.
Of tbe known queolt le*. the follow¬
ing are eogagfd in tbe Two Thou Band,
Derby, and 8*. Lrger
2.UU (lutosas Derby,
At*t(rd Cbartnisn
Cvlusd Coriander
I (all Crus* Crlgsii
rarruao
llsncroae
J segar
Jaeger
Javelin
Jingling
Geurdle
Ksinpioo
too
St, Leger,
Adujo r.
Cbarmian
Coriander
J segar
Javelio Javelin
Jingling Geor lie Keroptoo
Hwewperll. Keuiplso biui
White f-Msr Lptn Lomond
foutottd
Mr. t'eeuer
Muotroae 17
Uwecper IL
White 6ur
b»e#per II
Vtlrlte Star
The Irtaml Handicap meant another
walkover for Clmlevetta* Bbamrock
|l, stMNBldeied 149 Ibe in the Untried
l'óny ilaadtoap aed again woo*a*My
heating Anona (Hff) and Black Deed
(110).
Adveetage was takeu of tbeouca
sloe to (H»s*nl an address aud a very
( Hy f)ui Ppeciai Correspondent)
|),«- K^hUi Monday Me*tiugal l'elr»
, ,im piovnletl a very Intel*»Uiig day «>
••tori, and *on»* »#rv ch*«# fim«lt«*s
nr„ ,,i viitem#. llieAtU-ndaiK*- wsn
•omi-wiiat Mitalte than I hat ol to»t
y»»r. ii-rtM-wlaviy among the labour-
race •• Üalveatoe. TV «a», covering iba ’ •»»«- d •• • I» ‘ • - « ' , .’"l0
dieUeos le 1*0 «tipuU*. with a love ba« and thvie '* nú leasuu wh).*ivru Un»ri *;‘d*i a* In# -is of »h •‘"TT.VLTlaldu
tv*ry fvtmiWx. At the latecaatíogA) the saqt* „«nao. ..d fM4cr«,.ü«l.„.V,D.«-r.r.l«d M !H. * M H.U.U,
It beerier to nreveot than it I* to
ture. Ir»ff*uiAtfMi of tbe lungs is ths
< ottipauiou of neglected colds, and
una' it Him)» a k>ugen»vul in the ey»
Irui it is difttouU to deal with Treat-
with Birkle’s Anti ('oiutumptive
byrup will riwdicate tlie cold aud pre
wilt Infiaimueliou fioiu setting
It costa Utile and is »• saUsfactory
It will be noticed ihatLoiasod is
not entered for tbe Two Thousand
Guineas—an omission for which Mr,
llulton I* himself responsible, bocees*
be bought tbe horse ot Doocavter Is
tept*tuber aod the eotrlea did hot
close until November 1 fullowiog. Ihe
son of Desmond was, ot course, sold
with bis engsgemeote la (be Derby
and Hi. Leger. Cbaroilan is la the
same position, so that however good
•he ni*y be-aod tkere ban impres¬
sion abroad that she 1* very good
Indeed—eb* cannot folio* to tui foot¬
step* of Fe*ptre And win both the
Guinea*. The Middle Pailc Plate
«inner. Absurd, is in tb* Two Thous¬
and. but nut io tbe Derby nod 84.
Leger fa waking this diserlmlnatiou
Mr Joel probably displayed sound
udguwnt. because Absurd takes after
he speedy Suofridge io many ra¬
spéete, aim! it will be very surprising
libel* endowed with eta urina tuft
cleat to mm Me hie* to win lu th» Uu
tourney over a mile aed a half or
“Site the hs* of can¬
didate* for the Quima* all but Absurd
are ais» engaged in tbe Dsi by *udtft
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betweeo Ju»o Gamp Campioa ot the
first p*rt, Jownbin* xk>»« of tbe second
paitacd Gooawills át Wilson Ltd., <>f
there wl>l be put up for Mile
by I'uriie Auctiou by tbs oouere'gned
»l ih«le Auction Mart* No, 12, HI.
Vlweeot Street, 00 Wednesday tb*
9*’A day of April 191A betweeu tbe
hour* of 1 an I 2 n,ui.
AU and Singular that certain parcel
of land eituite in tbe *aid U'own of
Fort of Spain foriueily known a« No
UJ, l*ioo»diUy Street, aflerwatdt as
No. 8. Vic tons Street, and now as ó.
*g on the
Street, ou
. - Joey btreer.
on the East on Rodney hie«t and efu
tuo Weston land of Jpo Hodrigue*
keoyo as No, 18. Re«*ou Street, to
getberwiih the appurtenaocee.
Pvklk NirriLK is also hereby gitco
that the panel uf land hereinafter
dewelibwl wjll also be sold by the
undetsigned oa the date and hour
aboTe-meütioued at their said Auction
Mart, vie 1—AU and biogn'ar that oey-
tain |>a o*l of land uow known as No-
V. Kodusy Street in tbe said Towo of
K»rt-of-7|»ab», and abutting on tbe
NoHh 00 lot Nn fi, ftndpey Street, 00
the Smith 00 lot Nw I. Itodoey Street,
mi U* Hast en Hodney Street and on
tbe West 00 lot No, is, Heesoo Street,
together with tbe appurteaaooes.
Dated this fttb day of Mareb. IM2.
i»o. e, vicLoim mreet, aoa now
llodficy btrret, and abutting 1
Nonbon lot No. 7, JLidneySti
tbe South 01 lot No. 8 KoJuey
TRINIDAD,
SALK FOK TEKSDAY THE 7th DAY
OF MAY 10IA
1>UUL1C NOTICE U hereby given
A that in exercise of the Power of
Sole conferred on Mortgagees by tbe
Conyeyancing and L%w of Property
ürdlnaoce 18H, contaiced in a certain
Memorandum of Mortgage No. 13a
dated 7th June 19UU from Fsbert Arnia
Francis to Dorothy Liddeloiy. there
will be put up fop Sale by tbs under¬
signed at hi*Auction Mart No lia
Harris 1’roiueoade in the Town of
San Frrnaudo on Tuesday tbe ?ih day
of May 1912 between tbe bon s of one
and two p,ui.
All that panel ot land situate in
the Ward fifi Havana (irands South
in tbe Island ofTiimdtd comprising
file acres three roods and Unity four
perches delineated in tbe diagram
annexed lotbe Crown Grant in Vol
AGIL fu. ¿Víi and buunded on the
North by lands of Evelina baptists
and by lauds of Augustus Paul on tbe
South by land* qf James Kewley on
the East by Crown land and oq tbe
West by lands of Kvilina Daptiste and
by lande petitioned for by Naraien,
Dated this ktlrd day of March 1917,
TRINIDAD.
SALE foil TUESDAY THE
DAY UK MAY 1912.
2*TH
l*. P.
PIGKmu.VU,
Auctioneer.
F J SCOTT é SON,
GevL Auctioneer».
TRINIDAD—“A JEWEL OF THE
WEST,”
OB Mjrioiw w BiirrittH tu lk
TsIh potAlabsd abort!;.
Trisiuao
SALK Ft>H JGKSDA\ HIE mn
AI'HIL m¿
|)USL!L NOTICE Ishsrebv goeo tkst
i la estfcue vt Ike IVwse olSdeeoa-
taleed is twe otvaral JU ssaeeaeda of MeH-
St#», tie Arsi thwaal No. 1417 dated the
St* April 1AU6 *sd tbe *s«wd thereof Ne.
441 OaUfri Mm A4tb FArwry 1910, sad
mode by Aleiasdor- Jeffrey i* fsvowr ef
Asms! Holier, ibere • 1 i te iht
aplersa's by labile Aesboa by the so-
Jenteead at ibeir AnAsi Mart Ne. U
S». Viseo» SiieoSia 1 ho Tow* al hort-ol-
•pria ve IPetday the AM> Astil ivlj. te
tWiee the hews *f ese sed two ».«
Ail ate aAeieiitar thaS uftis smos or I
UMoel of tete riuute is the void ef
Uoatopo, iff the ldaffd q( Triaidod, eeas-
>»Mm sixieee um, t*>esy um wete
%£££££.. *»*«■
Dated this teh day ef April 1«U
pi ÜLIC NOTICE >• hereby given that
A 10 exerclie of tbe Power of Site con*
feiltd on Moitgagers by tbs Cosveyao.
cisgaoJ Law of Ptoperty Ordloaoce ISS4,
coolaioed io^s certain D'elof htetntory
Mortgaged tied th^ 29tb, April 1900 re.
gis ertd a* N\ 1779 ol JO 0 from Dukar
to Jobs L*0 Cbcw ibero will pot op for
Ht!e by tbe uorfenlgoed ‘at hie Auction
Mait No. Sb Ilirrie Promeoade la tbe
Town cl M m Fernando ca Tuesday tbe
29th day ol May 1912 betwee 1 tbe hour#
of One aud Two r.tu.
All that parcel ol l»*d eotupriaiog Four
eerrs throe node and twenty 0 re perches
ahuate In the Ward ef Navans Grande
South io tbe idead of Trinidad and aba?-
Hog 00 tbe North by laoda of Wiliiatu
Smith on tbe Sralb by Crown Laoda on
1 be East by tanda of Pail* and on the
We*t by laoda of Karla.
P. P. PICKKRINO.
Anotiooeer,
OIL WELL
DRILLING MACHINERY
F£tíE DudenIgntd^iae Jaat received per*
_ . . Crown el Coidova/ the follow-
(eg Oil W«U DtUlvog Macblnety, vis
Ooe rx re beavy Steel Ds rick, with Holi
Wheel and alf bttinga Sbeaves*Drilbog
Jar*, Wriu'be*. habvtltotea, Drive line
Eievatore, Hall Dsailog Swivels, Wire
it*|e Drillieg bwive’a, Hlocka, (see
uii&ispote with IS" ebeaves, aud ball
toatleg awlvsl* bva‘, broas* buabori
tbfOttfbeoL Use eheavee so4 ahteklej “'
R^pe*, e’e, ese
Fsr farther psrtkulais ate
Apply te
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AN EXTKllNAL liEMEUY
aros* xisav a* dsiawt
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after all else fails .
It Binous Frond I'M
It prevent Granrone.
It Bifiiri Old Soro3,
And HeaU Ttiao,
It beala all fi*sb woooda aod aoriv on
bntaen syatem or Dome tie Auimalt«
It OuruM ft
Oavdl Oimom
GHAKANTEED TO OlVRSJTtS
T*ON OB COST YOU N0TMH3
Note AgtnU t
•SMITH BROS. & 00
those who have irsvvr won a prize at
any reoogntartl Cycle Mvstlng. En
trance fee two shliUegs and alx pence
lilacs to the value of ffi 91 ate f-
TIn>aUmit9]rolne.
L 1CM; YaSDa b*LAT Uact-Open Entrance
Fs* X*. PiU«* to th« valut off ft
H.
A li*Lr Mac Dove’ Drcvc 1 Iin
Opvu to toil uiHisr 17 ywin of day of the Sports- Etitmuce a-
No lUolog Cycle* showed. A'» u- a of
the talus of ffff, f I and $4 M
4. O.vffMrui lbcvcLB lUcs-Opx-i' Eo
LrsAoe Fee ffa Od. TlutsüHtin i«n uis
iilsse of the value Of f 10, Vo mu 1 *8.
8, LuM J7«(P—Open l-utram.* In 18-
Sd, litaos of tb« vaius of Vó nitil
A Half Mn.xDlCT(.La Hack Upen i n
trance Fee Xs. thl. liiuo Ll*ut Ijfnim*
lilacs of the velue of flu ff< am!
%%.
7. Sal Yarm Flat RAcs-Opcn. En
iraoc* bee la-OJ. liic«sof ihe^aiue
V6. 4lend
A O.»* mils riots’ DtcrcLK R*oe— dittone us Nu. VL Kutrouoe Fee la fri
liiaee of the velue ot gd, f 1 aod *1
9. Tns UOMAXSA Fiyk Miuí Dkvcle
ItACK-Opcn. Lutiauce Fee X». bd.
’lime Limit III loin». Gwutpoiilore
iau»4 have actually raced in «t I east
ou« ot the prweuiog Ode events to
be eligible lor ibis rave, lat Fría* i
A Chuivuge toilv*r Cup prevented by
Meeara. b uith liras, a, Lo. (to be won
twice tu auooeadou or thiv* \lmee
aitogelber). Xu-l. Pnaa of tbe value
of ff.U. VoiPrise |3. Lap Pme ffd.
Whiners Of 1st PtU« at e«.h MiCtiuff
to reoetf • a Gold ¿iwlul.
ID. 1VLK JOMP—ripeu. Eusrance Fee le*
ffi* iiiivs of Ui« value uf Vo and f A
IL Iff) YakdíHckdlb Hack—Upe*u tía*
trauco Ft* io. bd. Priavs of the value
04f3,fJatefL
12. Tuk Halxjob Two Milk Bictcls
Hack—Up«u* Eutiaace bee VJ.
'Arme Luult 6/ioine. lit prise: A
lUltlgh riicyue presen led by the
italetah Go. through their local
Ageuta, Messrs bmith Dros. & C%
Bud priie of tbe voJue of f i ffrd
prise «4.
IS. Yabds Flat Race-Open. Ed-
trance Lee Is. Od. Pi ue« of Hie value
of fd, V4 *»d ft
II. Tuk vVilmoa* Ltd, Thres Mils
UiCYoUt Uack,—Upeu. iuue Lium.
Vfuilua. Lo-apetliors iuu«i have
actually r*oed fu at teoat f too of the
proeediog Cycle areata to be eJ>gt**le
lor thi* reo». 1st pila*; A U.d A.
Dleyote Dfeeenud by Masar». U liaona
(G. 6c f ) Ltd. End prise of tba value
of fd. Jrd pnse VI- Lap prise f&
. iiluH JUMP--Upen. LnCraoce Fee
ls.au. Pnsce of tbe value of S3 aud
»*. r
. Uaif Milk Flat Rack.—Open. En
trautwlce 1» (Kl, fiueS of the valut
oí pe» vi and ffi.
. Tuc iituuiKoUAM Shall Arms Co .
Mpk Mils Uiuyllk Hack -Upen-
Entraño» Fee, fc. te. liiue Limit
BUtmlua. lat prise A ubalteugebllvei
Cup, preseuted b> the Ü.8.A. Co.,
tbtvujh their luOal Agenta, Mesara-
WUaaui Jte., (to te woa three
tluies altogvtberi. Winner* at eaeb
jnnfBriHiSSsljirft!!4 ^s^í..^s¡
Members of tbe Q P.C.C. will have a
diecouot of 43 percent oa the Entrase*
cue specitted for the various cveata.
No third prise will be «waned ualeea
there aie at least eight (Oiapeiltore to
etaiL
Eu trica will bereeetved at tbe SecretarF«
Office uotlater than 4 p.m., ou FRIDAY,
A.Tu JuA X,
A. B. BOWEN,
Secretary,
GRONEY & Co.
FRESH ASSORT.MENT
- of—
uadraple
Fiekiiig \\ lr«
ptloee,
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Agent for Fa-kton Maek«*Sosb Felroleuu)
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REQUIRED
-FOR.
TRINID1D.
?alm for tdesdav the
â–  DAY OF MAY, 19.1
2J*T
PUBLIO NOTICE Ie hereby riva® that
la exercise «I the Pew?? ofB
SOTJB SOIL
-Trinidad Mannrial Lime,
f Cocoa Planters, Sngar Planters and .Cane formers put non
life into your Lands by ming onr
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Manufactured »y
j 7ho Trinidad Shippiirg and Trading Up,, Lmtd
FOH MALARIA
In nil the sections w|i*r« MaUri* It W_
7>r#»ent injti wof»t form Pam-ala msati TÍ I
> w»lh great succras. V
Chill* end fe«r nr» overcome by It. frMuentlr
whennlleUern.lt. ^
Ifdoei not contain quinine In nny form nor ar<
•ente end is perfectly harmless.
Dr. A G»| of Ponte, Porte Rico writes I
1 Lire plrsnira tn rtatiog that Pam-alm vu effective
In • caw of Malaria which had heea in progress over 9 days.
The Pam*ala radt'aily cured it,**
Dr. M. A. Aueibach, Mexico, D F. writes*
"It gives nvj p|en*vte to state that the results oWmed J
with Panuata 11 cam of Malaria hare been all that could
La crpatted. At imncjfieto decrease cf temperature, lha
•amo proving pe tem' 4 without dnagrceaUe after effects.
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la being e«joallai by aono.
contended amongst these who xvow
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17 FREDERICK STREET.THE LlTTJ.E SHOIY’
HENRY DICK.-.l Man You [Know]
FOR SALE !
BUILDERS & CONTRACTORS
WIM, lit: PLEASED T»i HEAR THAT
THE SCHOONER “ALBANI ” FROM MOBILE.
JI11* J»t*t tu't'ti'nl H tfh •* V/tr/ ( itnjo <;t
ROUGH & DRESSED PITCH PINE BOARDS
Comprising 308,726 Feet.
to exercise al the Itw¡er cf 8ala con¬
ferred oo Mortgagsea by tbaGoaveyaneief
nod Lae of Property Ordinance 18ÍW
eontatnad In a cenata Memorandas el
Mortgage, No. 2 dated tha 28tb Jone 1911,
from fiamael Cooper to William Henry
Nightingale, there will be pat op for tale
t-vthe enderelmed at hie Auction AU
No. v, llanto Promenade la the Town „
w o* Toeaday the 21st day of
May 191% betwaea the boon of one end
two jmd,
AiWboae two parcela of land «Unete...
tha Ward* oi Moraga and Savaoa Grand#
Sooth la tha faltad ef Trinidad i->
The Firat thereof compelling five aerea
aod tea perches delineated la the Diagram
to the Crown Grant lo Volume
LX> H, folio 403, and bounded on the
North, Booth and Baal by Cro*a Land
aod oo the Woat by Unos of Jonathan
Cooper tad Inberaected by Mano Hirer
with a Reserve forty fire hnka wide along
either bank,
Aod the Second thereof comprising five
aeree delloeated la the Diagram drawn na
the Certificate of Title, Volume CXXXl,
folio 7, and bounded on tha North aoc
Booth by l&nda of Charlea Bntler aod on
the Kut and Waal by Crown leed and
Intaraected by a Road reserved 50 Hake
wide.
Dated this 19th day of March, 1912.
P. P, PICKEIUNQ
^ Auctioneer,
TRINIDAD,
la the Supreme Coort of Trioldad aod
Tobago,
No, 110 of 1D08.
In the Matter of
The Ueat Property Ordinance.
And In tha Matter of the Application of
Fauf Augostna Alexia.
' PUBLIC NOTICE la hereby given thu
A nnlesa good canea to the oootrery be
ahown within fourteen days from the date
of tha nablicatlon of this Notice In tbe
Royal Gazette a provisional Certificate ..
Title ta respect of all that pleca of land
yltaet# lo the Weid of Tarare delineated
nod' with tbe abatíale aod boaodariea
thereof la tbe diagram attached to the
Crowo Greet rrgietered at Volume 91,
folio 191 of tba Keglatry Book oo which
la appsara boonded as followai—On lha
North by Crowo laods, oo tbe Booth by
Crown tanda and lands of Charles Alfred,
and by lvod of Carraciolo, oo tbe East by
Warner's Ko«d 45 links wide, by lands of
Paul Alexis, and by laoda of Carrsoiolo,
and on tbe West by Crown lands Inter¬
sected by tbe Warner and Qnlhloo Road
each 45 links wide | will be issued to Faol
Angostos Alexis.
Dated this 8 d day of April. 1911.
TIIOMAB 1. rUTTER.
Aylng HeglaSrar General,
TRINIDAD.
tbe Supreme Court of Trinidad aud
, Tobago.
SuoiDiary Jurisdiction—Port of ^palu.
No, bUdof 1910,
Bbegw&nl Beek-Plalntltl
and
Soomariah—Defendant.
Auction Sale.
mllRHRwUI beamiblic Auction Bale
X cn Wednesday, Nih A pi 11 121S at
the office of the Irlakled uoao •Com¬
pany, No. 28 Frvdni* k Btrret? of the
follow*
following uoretleeined articles
Manen mi,
2W4—J gold neea rl»A 2 gold earrings
£3574-1 silver chalo, 1 gold rh ‘ ~ "
t pin
•firs
aid chain, trie*»,
ENGLISH
SENSATIONAL BARGAIN ADVERTiSEMEN
236^2-rfi allrsr nrrolata
£3700-1 gold ring
£370i>—| silver l-ycAl t armlets
8374*-! gold bracelet
2W5Í-I gold becktet
83M47-1 silver collar
£3400-1 gold ring
Soul)—4 pieces goVd, 2 pin*
£3901-1 gold bracelet
£in&4—£ gold aarrlngo, 1 elaaa
Í4IW-I gold bangle
*41*7—1 gold bangle
•4£33—1 gold necklet, t benglae
£4207—£ gold canines
£43.10—8 ail ver ¡«nngWa
«.«»—I silver coin nerklet
£1407—1 allrer collar, £ armlet*, 2 earrings
£150U—0 stiver Ktogiaa, 3 canlngs, i gold
tiesa rlog
21500—1 gold coin
£4108—1 ellver w.uth
<4042—OgoMaartmg*, fringe, 1 breech,
cbarm.SpiiK«ig Id
24044—2 collar*
£468J—I silver min neiklet
£4710—S silver bangles
£4730—1 gold nose sit g
£4748-14 aljvei b«nglcs
£47U-igMd chain
£482i-l gold brooch
£4877—1 gold ring, l geld necklet
£4878—4 gold earrings, 1 gold rlog
£5033—1 gold chain
25043—4 allser amiste, I geld earrings
FOR SALE-
In Error wo havo been for¬
warded
pUBLIT NOTICE i. hereby giren
â– *- that by Orders of His Honours Mr.
Justice Swan and Mr Justice Russell
mide herein oo tbe 13lb day of Jnau*
ary 1911 and the 23tb of March 1912
there will be put up for sale before the
door of tbe Court House, in the town
of i’ort-of*Spa!n, on Thursday the 23rd
day of May 1912 between the hours *>(
one and two o clock in the afternoon.
All and Singnlar tbat certain parcel
of land situate at Garata! Bettlemeot,
(q the Ward of Mootserrat, In the
laland of Trinidad, comprising five
acres and abbuttlog on tha North upon
Road, on lha Boutb upon lands of
Andrew McFye and lands of Jpeeph
Cutieres, on tbe K Iload aod tbe West upon lands of
Andrew McFye. Aod also all aod
Biogular that certain parcel of
land situate at Caratal Bettlemcnt, In
the Ward of Montserrat, in the said
{•land comprising five acres and
abutting oo the North upon laods of
Kamadm, on tba Boutb upon lands of
Kamadln. on tha East partly upon
lands of Tom Varaba aod partly upon
laoda of Dot ah and on the West upon
lands of Barrat,
Daiel tbte 3rd day of April 1912.
X* 11. LOVKLAC&
Deputy Registrar,
Special Contract* an -fir D/ Nov. 1911.
12666—1 gold collar
11708—1 gold obela. 1 gold coin
1Í7W5—1 gold watch
12796—1 gold chata
t gold bead necklets
128u7—2 gold mufTchatae
l£^c4 >1 gold watch
13037—2 silver colu .necklet
13UW—t silver bangles, £ gold carings, 8
nose rings
13155-2 sliver collars, 2 anklets, 4 armlets,
£8 banales, 1 nag.
18/79—1 gold watch
23/78—1 byke.
13351—1 gold watch
1ÍW6-1 string gold beads, 4 gold earrings
13398—1 bjke
185A4—1 gold bangle. 4 gold earrings
130—1 gold rlog. 1 stiver cotjar. 1 silver
_.ooin necklet, 4 silver ane'eta, £
silver byoa a, i «liver elbuedle.
13670V2 silver anklets, 2 baugUa, 1 gold
-- —' ooln.
196&5-1 gold watch and chala
13688—£ gold bracelets
137cl—l gold muir chain
136U0-Í gold coins. 1 gold* head.
1 tail 1-5 gold wntcbea, J goM chains
13915-/2 blhcr iMUglra, 1 tellur.
13936-1 p«lr nUmoiid earlngs
139£7—1 diamood and rm«ral4 nicklet,
1 gold chain auil purse.
14003—2 gold eai Lugs.
14187—1 gol ooln.
At M lligb Street, San rentando. Smm
date and hour
Seuternber 1911.
1517—2 gold bangles. 4 gold tarings.
Ootober jtfii
2013-3 Silver collars, 2 silver beagles.
UJÜÚ—33 silver bangles
I Sett SINGLE HARNESS.
1 do. -Double Harness for
113 ponies.
These two Sets will bo dis¬
posed of nt Invoice Costs,
6,000 Pictures at Half-Price 111
ALL aorta, and* auit ell parpóse*, vis, Chepelt end Schools, tlotela end Reate#
rest*. Stops, Dteiog Rooms, Pablie halt*, end Cleb Rooms— Alii golee ►
llalfoprice.
Jirstde* SPJ:CTAL Jon LOTS fop )r/K>/ttt7fo Puyert!^
BALK opeo from tha 1st MAY at The 0AMEL1A. 61 Queen bt, Fott-of-SpeU, £
Anthony Toulon.!
April 18th -lm
Lasoeffes tie Vcroado A Cx
49 Marine fcquoie.
April I7ih 1011 J
INSURANCE
IfIRS HK8RS pertie* aoeepted by
Tfieilorih Brilish 4 tíercaollíe
INSURANCE CO, LTD
to nc rid or i
BLACKHEADS
J ' ir ' h*»b« tht fad
SMS-SICU SS'
So.m
* | jr 8 f t ti i» j i r| fl I
i ii , a» * t» 9«mme
'•PIMPLES”
and nthsr eruptive lirhinj Skin Diactwv )I«M
I resnptly tn • few applications of
Palmer’s “SKlN-St'CCESS" Olntatnl
’• irtf»*fi-lli n«ed nace 1M0 hr treating T. «ms
\rne, Sslt KHrum Ring Wonn. F»»ria«is •« lUri'itu Skin Diacaws.
SOLO IX CBCUlSn AIL 01EI TBE «0MD
ta
t look.
A. A. WATERMAN—-agronts.
“ Wo ora now preiMrol to occopt
rinks on tho Oil finida % e. on Her¬
ricks, Motor. Kjgme and Boil or
riousgn, Iiofinones, Keoidentikl
guanera and other property, Oil
i auk* emi thoir c ntuati oi «sbsorlbed Capitel.... £ 3,814,845
TSUI funds it Slit
'Dicemlwr, 1810 £21,353,893
Beta A|eot« for Fir Derarimeat
la Trinidad
fks WSIdil^Slii^lDg-* Ir tiiaj
a*- THIS IS FOE YOU.
FOR YOUR HEALTH SAKE.
Dent nay the privvoharxed liv tbe New Amaricen Co,’» for their eitxa flue grated
nid ¿at Inferior stuff foi
Drioaa and nt Inferior atu tftm it fh« New Amarteaa prodneta mean the cost I Iasi
material*. It menus tbe thorough till ration and iteioll ¿atlon of all thetagredleat*. fl
meaos that every bottle is elenlTxed. Do rou resljxe what this meaos I
Don’t accent the poot qu«IU' ililnkioif uhI about town at any price,
lueaeage to ff7v will bring you anv uuautliv of theverv (test Soda
Drinks. We aupplv a wMe xanjre of choice (l*v purs
For your llsalth's sake get your /Erated >\ aleta fruta
•us Water aa
A telvpbooe
<1 Jui ‘
ated
29. IYederick Street.
Merab Hlst-lm
THE NEW AMERICAN SÓDA FACTORY,
Foaltlvely Tba Ue«t Maoafacturad (o Trinidad.
S
MARINS INSUllANOKefVeetadon Oarso
8pede (Gold or tulvar) ead Rarirteie
Post,
THE OCEAN
HD
VAÍINE USUUN it CO
or Mwoon,
JAITTAL ~ _ £.(JU,l>fD
- ~ «00, O JO
VK8EBVB
Parties luying Interest up to time of
«ale can hav c hum i enew^t.
LANCASHIRE
INSURANCE COMPANY
EIRE & LIFE,
i„ cur rKivimnsmr.
i IN’t THAHINO Oo. LT .
R.M.S.P.
ROYAL MAlLBTKAM
RACKET CO,
kow MSfuito nr ids
THiNIDAU. . ^ , ,
fa the fiapreoie Cjart of Tilaldad erd
Tobafo,
No. 'M of I91¿
Bstveea
N&theeiel Atkim—p.alotifi,
aod
Virgtola Alklot, Madalaloe Brexou.
Fraocea Achotg, George Sauatl sod
Bpeocer Looey— Defendants,
PUBLIC NOTICE Is hereby glvea that
L 40 aactloa baa been commaecai. by
Nathsolel Alkloa the Eieeator of the
last Will of Adelaide Loneylstaof Uard.
bargala ViHiye lo tba Ward of Savaoa
Oraoda North dated I be 3rd day of
Jaeaary 1908 against the above earned
defeadaala claiming a Graol of probata In
Bilamn Form of Law of tbe asid will of
tbe dcceeaed aod thvt the asid action has
been set do*a for trial fof 'Moodsy tbe
6tb day of Ms? 191L
Dated this 13'b day of Ap'll 10Ü
UOBSO.Y A K EIRALL.
PUlatire
TIUN1UAU *. . .
Ia the Supreme Ooart of Tiln'dtd end
f TtUgo.
No. ¡A) oi 1912.
Bebweeo
Cbriamae Tarebull e so called Charlee
Turo hall—Píalo ti If.
end
The Administrator General—Di'eodaot.
nUBLIO NOTICK Is berahy that
1 an Ac
Te offer the above as usual oheap.
. NKWWOUD * CO jiraf
— aa Acbioo bs* beao oommaoeed by
Cbri»tmoa Tu robo 11 also «aliad Challas
1 ara> all tbs Kiccator of tbe last Will aod
I'estamsDt of Hoterl Tarawa llataof the
\Vatd of Htvsoa Grands North,
datad tba 9 b day of 8*i>tamber 1»*
against (ha above asmad dafendaot tl*m-
ieg a Greet of V obsta la Belema Perm of
Ltw of tbe said Will of tba dveeased ead
that tha aaki aetlea has been sat dews ter
trial tor Menday tbsfrh day ef May 191/
Dated tbla mb day of April 1018
H0B80N A KKLS1IALL.
PleietiffaSalMwre.
Royal Insurance Co., Lid.
Funds Exceeds ... £12,000,000
jnsuh.vn'j es .it
ed again*’ loas
dvmage bv'Kuo on BulMnte
and contenta nf VYa'riioiiaw, Oftf'-va,
Khopaand Bte'a l*ipini»« and Private
Dwellings at minima e r,,ce<>
PROMPT AND EQUITABLE SETTLE.
MENT OF LOiSES
Aytnte
SMITH BROS & GO
TUm BonMXtmn
Port-of-Spiln Tiloldid.
1K1NIDAD.
fiALK *0* TUESDAY THE
DAY OF APK1L 191/
Mir
pUBUO NOTICE •• hereby gjreo that
■L la stare »e **t
t me P iwcr o' 8i'
e o
fsrrcd »e Mur'g «•’«a *»v (Ka C ft*
low »* d Law in INo.ar j Of liwaoee I Ml
o>»ot«in«l la * reruuu vi.wira’Mfam *
M.ng-g-N.'. 114 •«-*«! 33^1 July 1919
frum Mahar.o to l* ruaa«« ii%b i|m.
will be put op for e • y ■ ne uo iwa gn««
aibla Aoction Maik N». 34 of Htgb
Hueit, aoocesa Store to tbe T «wo of B to
Kemsnd * oo Toe-day the 8 *Us day of
Ao*ll 191/ betwteo toe beury of 1 aod
•/ p.m.
All that parcel of lead attoaie is tbe
wetd of B'vaoa G'and», Boeth, lo Ike
DUod of Tf'ld** dHOriaiing 6*e ariya
daluetied ie tba HUri.n* a netad to (ha
Uiowe G'aat la V4t CLXXI Mie 423
aod boa edad pa the N H" Uf Ue*(a n
G J ribar by Uo 'a el C»' idaea sad by «
Ro d rwaivei flLy It* ha wide, an tbe
Bsath by U«8«fi*ii«lee«d lev by Khawhe»
dees, o» the E« bji * Had r»a»rve<
fifty ittkaw da u I am lb* W*afby lost*
af Ottesmaf k ■«4 by a Kaod nt* ad.
Aevtan »'.
ÍTtTSlü.U .HU
la ib« 8 >p cesa Cwl.
(a lb* Mattel rf >• £ < llrery alaof hint H
la tía Waid >( Uu,
lleeea*ed.
r)UBLI*‘l01l K it i arriiy givee that
J auoUea
A cross, reetlaoe baby 1» e ai«k beby end
tha atosuacb or bowels ate jpoanslly tbr
rZUToTtbe troeUe. MoOKTh HABY
KLIXIB la a and restoraUva
188(4of theBOWILlaed leve
acoUeaix n b«a'**a mide to me by
ÁUc» H*»aaa u al 6 u Sou el la tbe
Ward efT e<*ib • l-4*n , arid w.fer
Grieief L**u**" U A »,»««ar»tUa ul iba
gouui l J» > i h Meaty Mereoadee late
«4 the Wl»tI of Tjou to Me (44 U1-'
doaaeaad ubo d«e the II h day of Bey ember IN! totem
Ihtesbl A kw U'feeedts belw tie law
lui widow a«>d ititet *f ir* s^d dteertoH.
CO.lST.li SERVWF
NOTICE.
OWIN l tn th. RV.1 MSp»y
fa«. Ing U> b* Id d uu f >1 lh** pur<
' ■* ’ od ■
H>oe «f d>v docking aod gancial rr«
tiaire finrn SMd April to 6th May 19II,
It boa beam erranued. with tba per*
rnN'tif Hi* Rrc^ll**tjcy tha Gover¬
nor, f >r«he ►.«, ••Kroner *’ tvperforoi
tha4V)'a'H| bcrviire of Triol lad and
Tobago during tiiat period aa undefi—
THE BARBADOS
MUTUAL LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY.
> Vtiploust
WitotE nn
UafMtesmai of Znsiuvasnom,
'ira Awcaiaca—Hv pmulun, pvvablnfor whole ofllf.’
, Oo. Do. for a limited number of year*,
Emvowwomt assi p*vt k« Payable or a lived date oi on prevloas death
oint Lira AMt’BNXtfc 1’aiablo toth** Mirtherof two persona on the death of elthsr,
rtOKT Tie* Awi’nvM c suIihíh. aa becuiliv tor temporary losu* aod k I aired
• baalncsa at rang. menu.
AaxOTtr AmcnaNct— l o »i«rurr uo an unit' to Hu* wife on t It *1 death of tb e husbaoda
Ctm.oitS't Lvn #w mint-» — r«eful ru a pn«*Klon for aduiatlou
fiKt.AfiobAR’ k I’kKU A"' u\M k -fh*< kr>pN*l Insurant»1 at tbe minimum outlay
gfviag Ute Mlvaninge of low prvunuius daring the early j ears of oavurauce
Th8j an no Sharígllirs- All tha fro&u hsinnu ti th« Pniiny
Donuaaa given ootb> r napjand Ilinu-. svítou» lA»,t Ilmu» <1*U" r auoun
For (further Information apnhr to
FRANCIS mtOWrNl! -Agent -4fc\Mariuu N|uare, PorlKifnSpalo,
L it liONYUN & (X). -Agent*, Sau kcroando.
On .Vniirlni/ ti'iml A ta il awl
2ÍHU Ajirlt, at 10 ¡urn.
Tbitr"’ IConnet ‘ «•!» **‘tv« ToitOf*
Snam t" Siuih ralbrg at I5rid,
tlorugA Gnavu-ptayatfl 81 Mavgatet,
Plaiatoct, B . Joat-pb Maiiiantlta.
arriving an WedQp.day aod taking
tha Englwb Mall) and ih*noe tn Toco,
Scarb* «o (an ivlhe Thursday) Tbvi.ce
go.«-.Boat t<»un«l iobvgn, ealling at
HUIalHirnugh Peru broke, HiXonro,
PROVISIONAL PROGRAMME
nr
TRINIDAD TURF CLUB RAGES
10 m: held oN thk
QUEEN’S PARK SAVANNAH
Kings
Hay.
tu* mb. M Iford *o l Soarbom. Leavaas
Boarb.ro on Bat.irday at ga.oi. with
BngUab Mail oalling ak Toeo. Baue
Bnucl. Grande Riviera, We'riat,
HUucbiaenura. arriving at PorWhf*
Bomb on Bund y.
ON MONDAY 6TB MAY.
The s.s, •' Kvdbh” Imvm at *uitl
night and niuwoeervie#m periUtie-
faiy for uivl' w*wk.
Ihn *-J4pry*' will leave on Tuesday,
7tbMay, at g j> ie. resuming her ter*
vteeae ve* Lipsrarr form til weak.
P..rá!l Jtirtlagr I founatiun apply at
ib* Cotnpmye Office.
Mat him huuare.
J'ortKi/.^palD.
A«4 •» Mrarhoro’, Tobago,
IVh At rd >91i-£v.
- ox
Satuiflay, May 25th and on Monday May 27th 1912
TRINIDAD.
eALK r./KTUEUiAY THK rtiTH DAY
OF MAY 1611
pUDUCJ NOflObl* b’rsbr riven that
A i, ge ret*a of ifci
. .. Pnisar of %ile
te*r»d na >1 w^og» a y 'lu Ce-ivavae-ng
«•d Law of P #p*fiy Oidmaeaa >864 eec>
a vet da rd ie a ew't«ia lived -of
Mo’V'ga d.teJ iba I h. d«y of March
1940 ergiy erad •• No. «64 d *be pr»t eol
ut iluy-taf Ti i> eed Male to-
(«Mes 8 gw«aeta«r u4 th* fir*.' pa*t ef
J An R»<« »4 Al tiifrr <4 'be sesead
t*rt •»• Wiliam Fr«s»r D ♦tear * piti to#r- w il ie pat ap fur sale
Ly li•. ntr.«irfnf>i st hia Aunlue Mart
N 1 n II r i« Pr n «uvlr in 'he T»wa of
Uoe K 'i»«e ><> on Tufot-v (ha ¿H h d.y ol
M-y 1912. letw***'» tt»^ ii t’uoi.u. A I that (•"•> ot leads eoae-
priaifitf btei> n «ercs-nd tvaoty eoe pif-
rb«w*iigi # ie h- Ward if 0»epeeh»iv
ibe 1'l ird p4 Triad U ead *aj|ii4ed «d.U*
„ . - - . _
•w i-idr uf traen no Ib^Sw* by OrtvS
UsiUe d «eUs W.stbyaPaUte Rosal
ee'l iawl« It** fw.
paled tbir |f h a*v of to'3
F F llCKBKIhU.
fierbby iMhtf Gieti iMihitij ead
In w« Í nm* m (b* fed b by l-nde of
)* gtie J *yk and lb* tonaría Re 4 aod
First: Day.
ña. Opeo to alt
1 receive 130 dots,
and the eeeoad horse 0» did*. Kntiauce Ift dole.
No. A QUKBN’H PLATK-Tiiui* 3 it in DUlaoce I mile Ojien to all Imrses.
Tbe wiunér will receive lUoilou t"geUiri with all Nweej*atake*, and tl»e
iroowl liorve’wll! tweeive 77>«lo)a. Ti:nliau«‘e ‘JUdola. with a riwerpstake
of 10 dob
No 9. NUURKUY Hl'AKhH-Time JHM p.m DwUnceúfiirloaga. Ojirnooly
U» yeandd i mites 'lite wlon«r will iwoelve lutldoto. and tbe second
hura** wulmttivt.fr>dole. Kntianie ISdola
No. 4. Cl.DH HPAKKH -'Hum ¡4m'*► uní. Dratunoe Ü futlougo. Unen tu all
— ... . ijtod *'*'—~ *-• -- •
lloros». Tl^winoer will reerife dolelaAgelbef1 with etl MwefimLakiwauil
the Lioomif. kKiree will receive 74 «lots. Rntiencr ‘Jf dula, will» « Hweep
ItACK-lluie 4 u
will
•taka td 19 doto.
‘ HtfOLK II
\ui. Dteiottce ti fuiludga. O^ttn only tn
loffftbwr witii all sweep
ffattraiii*« 1j dots wilt» a
(jreoto borers The winner wlL reoene UWilub
•takes and theeecoud liorae will receive fill ilola.
MwoenofiaWe uf lu duto.
No', fl KlSliY I'LAYÍ-TIbm I 8iv ut Uutaoos I uiib, 0|*eu U* all huia«*«.
The wtiwer wUlreoelre 283 dots togetbi1! with all Nve lelalisi au*l the
second borae will racelvt 75 dnln. Kntraintt A> dole, will» a Hweeiwtaka
of ID dole.
Second Day
„ . -- . ««•
dicau opea to all burees tbat are maidens at tbe tliae of eotry. Ibe Wtanei
will teuvive #l4hGH aud aetond buree will receive gADJU. Bnlreno** flVJH
No A CKKOLK HANDICAP. Time £ p m. DUtaecefl fnrtoage. A llandl^aii
Xo only to Oreuto boteee. Tbe ,wuiaar Witt receive flBlili tuguthei wltli
iweepatakee. and tbe second buree wUl receive flNDIi. Kuliaoi*1 fl >.<»
with a Wrr-*rnt1 r1- of lilUfi
. :t MAVANNAU HANDICAP -Time J..U
T*be «
. i..t>p*iL. iTietanti 1 uhli A llaa
dicap open to aü hesnee T*be wluuvt win ret^lve IttífiUi) with ail
•takes aod tbe eeaend burse will rwrlvr fl7ú.iu Kutraime WD.UU with a
Nu, 4 TuttSsSpRANUl. AH luuf U> ... .
RodbAe Open only to i miles I tie wnmet will receive |
tbe eenand boot will m*elve f-lntianrr flu OH.
No. A MIllttUMIfKH HANDICAP.—Tim* I p in Dlatanu« tl fmiung.
Hnndtoflp bpeB to all nomw. 11i« winner will rrt.ire |BMjjn togetbm with
* kil •weetwiakes. and svri.nd borae nill rvrrivr F bwsepetaks of flu
Nutf WKWl INDIAN IIANDICAI* -lime LflU p.m. iHtl+iu» l mds. A
iieiuli. op open onl> to L mile boreea. Tbe winnerwittteeeive fJIMH* lugviber
wiUi ill swvi intakes, and tbe second burs** wiHiwilfsfkMU Hiitgapie
fgu Oi with a bwveiwUk r uf AbklU.
Nu. 7- ÚL'hKNb PARK iiANlMi'AP - Time 5 jam DuUiov 1 mili A
Hoad leap uprn in all buravs. The «Manar will veueivc HAiii tugstber
with riil swaiamf k«>. and tbe semnd Mgee wiU yeerive fli'ii KuTram c
«3feki4U;witb «,ttw«e|nUka id fUMM-
aw*
t flúu
UJ
A
A-4 Nuuoe ia Aloe ilvtn that d •»
* *e iba
üs O.
ITU BHÚB. A Co
d Si tbe
vtt tbe
••mi We
ft»f ihaa^fl
olee elsan I
jid tafee «Cn ta iratlin e>
ibatae>iy*Ub« d.ya fem (be 4L»t« at
. tba pab'itw'U < of tM* setwe, «11 preeeei tu twee Let tata ef Almi I**
trauco ti lh* eld A'iea awsaodes
' toroid o«i)
Dated 1' » I •> • I April >912
> T A TUGMFbOX.
If von eat soai«tbi< g wbloh dlttagroeM
I wUl» ><»n, «Lmthe i» suik tuewu niu
lhii ugh. It 1 i ~ •* Wi» ■ Slid .
1 w.„ i I i,«r* 11 i < f i | n. Ul'
id Vi i . r HI HIM I «
smi jo u f<*l Uiuer iau«u-.U«wiy.
Prirv .vi «ent»- Ibes» prudwfo lua)
iw <>>»« r.vd wh.Urwile »ud retail 1mm
•'.iiht llr*» x Oi lui iluiisuM
1). / - - si > all »(. >¿ PbAT
m*- •> v Ae 1 .* • «i1
;1
Al.iir.KT liyilMIIAM

HWawm»
THE PORTOF-BPAIN OAZKiTB SUNDAY APRIL 21, 1912
Chess.
*• I did Mod forth»*
To tutor the* In stratagem* of war.
Sbftkeipur^ I licor/ VI.. IV- 4.
Tlie nomo of '• Chess ” I* for too well
knowD and pracUoed In this colon/,
for u* to tnaka any attempt at an in*
troductlon. We will then fore Instead,
gire a few word* of pdr!c*on it» to
those wbo hare not, as yet, advanced
ao far In Its beautiful m/tteriea, as to
find them unnecessary.
Before the chcM student can pro*
pertr Appreciate the beautiful and
subtle combinations which can be
produced upon the chessboard* with
simple or combined forces of the nmr,
It is imperative that be should tho¬
roughly understand the Important in¬
fluence which the fain or loss of a more
baa upon the results of his effort* as a
chess tactician.
To gain a more is to gain time, aod
time, especially iu attacking combina*
lions. Is of primary imjxjrtanre. Many
games liare been won, by the slight
advantage <>t a more gamed in the
opening ; therefore in the opening
fuá/, see that »*iuh Piece i*» brought
nlo play ut such a manner, that while i
it does lie duty, it does not retard the I
development of other units. In bung
Ing the intuor Pieces into Action, exr
Seiienceahowiihatitl» usually best to
erelop the Knights before the Bi»h
ops. Never stait an attackuntil the
deidopmeDt of the flgbliug forre l*
complete or well tulvanc**u. If this
rule Is followed it wilt bs found that
An attack when stalled, can generally
In* sustained, and tartiod through auc
cessfully, Inespectivcof cnuntcr-atta< k
from tbe opposition.
This Is wny many of the most bill*
liant games end in “ the mhldisgame.'
1 ntaso some of ouryoungei thess-play
i rs may nqt exactly uimervtand what
«vemean by •' tuhldii game** we will
take this op|MiitonUy of telling therp
that a propei ly conducted gatin’ of
» lies* may U* divided into three parts
I. Tía* Onefliug , 1 Tbe Middle Oamc
3. The Rih1 Game, tbe ¡volitl at whlcli
one part develops into the oilier is of
course variable. And tannul bedell
tfitely statc-ch The Middle Game
may !*• said U> Ix-gin, when tlieotetical
Analysis ends, or when tin- piece* ate
all or nearly all available for action.
’1 he Hud (lame begins when ths force
ou each side is so fai reduced, that
tlieon*iical analysis again ispeóme*
possible.
We may nl*o tel! the student tlist
tlie *• Opening* " and the “ bindings
ate a sjvselal study in them»»!*»*.
Tbs eotuliti t of the “ Middle Game "
„ can l«« propei ly leai ned by experience,
and the stud* of gteat matter's play
But to make yourself a i rally good
player you must learn the manage¬
ment or the w hole game from begin¬
ning to end, you must study tbe three
pails well, a* a combination of all
three 1* essential to goodfilay. _
Wo caunol advise you finllVvon
IhieitoinUa* the management of a
whole game, from stall to finish, can¬
not be brought unfler geneial i tiles
hs coses will imihtantly atW, io which
mother-wit, and mother-wit alone,
wilt serve your turn : but let It be
mothet'with simigthened ami devrl
oped bv exei else and study.
To assist you in your studies of gteal
master» play wc will publish a game
ur two at least every bunday, which
lielent authoiliy on "the King of in¬
door Games."
•*Tmc YViun-. Kmoht*.
In*h(i|«,to Mod^a
arouref the ob* they prefer,
not later than Tuesday Doth Ineb, Wo
¡wlU publish a garas with tb« open¬
ing selected on the following Sunday,
and will also publish the full results
of the voting, and, will give, each
suoceediúg Sunday a short article on
each opening in turn t according to
tbe voting. We intend to make this
colurau Os interesting as possible. And
this system of selecting our game, and
Article, will, we are sure, meet your
Approval.
**Thk White Kniouta."
N.lk—Address all your votes to the
H White Knights * *• Tort-of-Spain
Gasette Officer
A SPORTING MARCHIONESS.
BIIK HODE TO Tins HOUNDS
wukn sin: was as and
UUND
YESTERDAY^ CRICKET,
«WREN'S L'AUK V, THISTLE,
111 . little book. “Ualfleld. Sume
Memories of Its PasI," tbe Rev. Jocelyn
J. Antrobu# makes reference to
Amelia 11111. wife of the first Mar¬
quis of Salisbury. Two amusement*
above all others occupied Lady balls
bury s leisure, bunting and cards.
It was she who first started the
Hertfordshire Foxhounds, and it is
told of bi-r that wbea she became too
blind to see tbe fences in front Of het,
herbóme was led by a groom at her
side, wbo at the critical moment, when
they rose together, would shout,
*'D—«you, my Lady, jump!’' It is
even'refated of her that she nad been
out bunting on tbemorning before her
death, at tbe age ©ÍSL
Garde were her Ladyship's great
hobby of ao evening, and she caused
much scandal by sending out Invite*
tiuus for Biinday card parlies. The
late Mr. i'otdhaid of Melbourn fiury,
used to say that be bad seen cards
ankle deep in the long gallery of ilat*
field wbi o tbe evening bad grown old,
and many packs had been thrown from
the card tablea,
¡t was also said that when tbe wea¬
ther wav propitiousthc Hatfield butler
would rise up from his soat iu the
churrb And announce in sonorous tones
to the congregation. "Her Ladyship's
band will play on tbe terrors Ibis
afternoon "
Her Ladyship would also vary these
musical entertainments by being
rowed up and down the Broad Water
io a state barge with twelve men in
full hvety pulling at the oars to tbe
satisfaction of the onlookers.
in her later days the Marchioness
bed in ths political world earned the
sobiiquet of M01<1 Barutu, ’ a name
banded down to posterity in an flu*
m trial lampoon. Lady Salisbury had
been glvlpg a large political party at
liai field, aod the tJn waxing fast and
furious, some oi tbe party while danc¬
ing had carelessly knocked down their
boeless. A wit of tbe day, said to have
teen Lotd Lytton, seized on tbe inci¬
dent, and tbe following squib was at
once composed
Conservative» at ilalfiekl House
Have grown quite harutn ecsrutu ;
1'or Radical* could do no mote
Than overturn Old harum.
The Marchioness is said to have been
the last of her generation to traverse
tbe streets of Domlon in a sedan chain
—Westminster Gazette.
’ Whakpromises to be an interesting
fame, was commenced yesterday at
be Hi Clair Oval between the
Queen's Paik and the Thistle.' Tbs
latter having won the toss, elected
to baf* the owning pair being K
MarmJtn and G. rln, the attack
being shared by André Cipriani
and J, de Nobrlga, 31 tuns
were reached when Fifi with 15
to hh own credit fell a victim to
j. Krlshall, who had in the Inteiira
relieved de Nobrlga. J. Gomes
followed On, but was shortlived,
bowled i by Cipriani before any
addition iia.1 been mode to the
score, E. de Nobrlga filled the vacant
wicket,but Cipiianl's succeeding bill
dismissed him with the score still
•standing at 31, G. Taylor Joined
Marsden but the latter soon after
Ml to Cipiiani with only a trio
of runs to his credit. Hodge the
next corner after recording a solitary
single, went under to an appeal
for l.h.w. off Kelshall, the total
for thtf fifth wicket being 39. \Y,
Marshall was the next batsman, ami
after individually registering l runs,
he was bowled by Aineauu at (Vt
Sydney Daly was next associated with
Taylor and the game look a decidedly
hopeful turn. The incoming batsman,
started cautiously, but did not fad to
take advantage of opportunities. From
Off. the pair can led the score to !3l
at which stage Taylor, who hod been
nutting up a sound yet vigorous de
fence, " played on" one from Ameaud
the partnership yielding (13 of
which his score was 45. i*, üíttcns
followed and soon lost Daly who onlv
added three mors runs to his sc u t. J.
Keyes par timed Git eos land only
conti United seven With the score at
151 de I'ague joined UtlUn* and
in quick ,llmo ‘ knocked up 15
before being •* run (ml." Glttens car*
ned out his bat fur 15, the total
scoie being 171. A i'ipiiaal took 4
wickets at a cost of 53 tuns. L. *r-
neaud 3 for 4J>, and J. Kelsball 3 for 33.
Close upon six oclock, the Queen's
1‘atkeulciedoti their first innings, Tbe
Ctptlani brolliers -Andie and íllkey —
took up the eat best occupancy of the
wukeU alid lost no time in showing
that th*y meant business. Thescoie
rose rapidly, and <»f the 10 earned for
'he loss of one wicket, at thg diawing
of stumpe, Amlt-d was resDonsibl# for
¿K, lie gave two chances. Marshall and
de Tagne led tbe attack, and 'At 25.
Gomez and Daly cam» iu tehef—the
elder Cipuani falling a victim to the
formers ttundllng. With the game
in its present position, it ceitainly
promisee to be su Intelevling one.
Tin» following game taken from tlie
March issue of the Uiithh Chfss Maga-
iJirt* will be of intcicst to all chess-
Alaxandsr AVagnei, m the
Hchweixerische fechachzeitung, lays
claim to thp discovery of a new open¬
ing which he prr>|«o**es shall be ilesig-
Dated "The Swiss Gambit He con-
•Ideis it the Hist nally sound Gam¬
bit pirsetiled to the thews public. It
remains to be seen whether the clit-M
public wifi accept. Meanwhile hete is
«sample of the new Gambit played
by its investor in the seventh Inter¬
national Swios Couespomlenep Tour¬
nament. The notcw are by Herr
Wagnsr.
Th4 Htei— OambU.
White.
Alexander Wagnw.
Buck.
Victor CosUq,
l B-KIH
% P-K4 .
i. I*—KU1
IPil*
3, Kt—KD3
i* l*—Ql
DEMERARA RACES,
The foUo|Vh)g ate tbe mulUof the
instant:
KI1WT nil
IfUshlngUui Challenge Cup -lie*
vehge let. Midsummer 8ÍM. .. .
Turf Club Stakes f’-l ihIU) —' *dus
1st, ActreM 2nd.
Governor's t)up(l roilet — Keproac’l
1st, Uolinlon 2nd,
Juvenil* Creo!* Scramble (Sfurlongs)
—llevenge 1st, Ugly 2nd.
Gomes Challenge Cun. -(3 fuilougs).
Maid 1st, Athlete 2ou, ' ,
Maid 1st,- —-
Colony Spikes (t mils).-Ooliotou
1st, *Jaxepna2ud. .... , .
Mayor’s ríate (I mile).—Athlete 1st,
Vidus 2n<|.
8KC0ND DAY
Malden Oi-eolo Handicap (d furlongs)
—Midsummer, 111 lbs, 1st, llevenge,
M) ibs. 2nd.
Merchants' Cup (I mils).—Actress,
lJfilbv, Uf. Vidus, IJUlbs, Sod.
Creole Itandicapd mil»} —Heproacb.
145 ibs. 1st, Oolintou. 112 lbs. 2nd.
Juntile Uicoi» Handicap (t fur-
longs)-lleveog», hr? tbs, 1st, l'gly<
KG lb% 2nd.
Bel Air Handtoiip i*f furlongs) -
r«»rreeU’i% 112 Ibs, 1st, Athlete IS) lbs.
2nd
Bainitig 11 and nap (0 fui longs). —He*
pwi-u.li, lid Hw, 1st, Ma*epi»a, 01 Ibs,
2nd, -
Kudu ltaiidioapit Hnde).— Uhleto,
IS5 its, 1st, BAlbeck, 119 lbs. 2 id.
Kaster Creole Handicap (t milt’). -
Uolinlon. b* Ibs, 1st, Heproach, 117
lbs, 2nd.
ik* Ssptems De*H (f TrfsHU and
Toksgs
Sommsty Jarisdtsttoo - psvt*cf*tJf alo.
No, 079 ol 1906
Betweto
Ls« bkaM— PUlatift
, and
Drij Bsbarry— ptfsadast
T)\JBlIo NOTICIJ is Mrsky tlven tb»t
X ly ordst ol IBs lloocar Tbs Chief
Jostles nuts-hsr»ia on tbs 9th day of
February 1912, tbers bs pnt op for
sal* bof -re ih Purl cf S >*iA, odTnnisdsT < he 23«h dsy
of April 19W between tbs bums oi oos aod
|wop.bi . ...
Th« right tit!* and (merest of ths de*
fesdaqS io on* third ot «^itd Io A'i aod
Slog*!»* tbsa swssta pkcaor pores! of
Usd sitosio »t la B'S* tiua(« w«rd in
tbs I»Kd<1 of Tdsidid comfMlsteg sli
aires ibresroods ant eiabt p^ehss sod
abmtlbg on tbs N»rib upon Uods cl
BabsMaDjsroa the Sou h opta Uods of
Dlictos on tbs K»si npoo lands of
J«okfy sod on lbs YVes» ujon Pulfio
Kosd.
Dated IbU 6tb d«y of M«’eh 1012
L, H LOVKL4' E
Deputy K»g»ttar,
TKINlUAG.
8AI B Fü ll TUKSÜ A Y T J115 ¿1st DAY
OK MAY 1912.
pUULlO NOIICE is heisby given thsl
*• iasxs
bonanza amateur
CRICKET CUP
COMBBTiriON, 1312.
1ST. CLNS3 riXTUHRS.
wtv 11 H «A JP.VE S.
II itanio Otrdsas v, IhUtle 'at XI
Q teens 1’aik v Btlngo.
Hhsmrock 1st Xt v, Y'ictoria lit. XI
bMAMBOt’K V. HT1NGÜ,
COLFINC WEAKNESSES.
\Aiuvnox, “Dr stanck.
I’—KIM 1* ufar. nh?i«-ui>uti
« 1--QÜ, L--QII
ik I'-icta
111 11—Kl
t. a j II
A Il-KKiA
a. il i li
7. Kt-KlJ
lllwti hu nn iuo,-.
J't—.Kt—IIS. tliwi folk>w».
8 I’-KIHI r-KKIKi «. IU x t:
Kl-TM i I* Kl—ID.
M. (J-Klirf.
MuHlwt CM tftSSWMHsi l’*WN
snvsd.
!?:M
12. Kt-4¡4
13 Q JCI!
In *u interesting article in tbe
“rimes’ un J* Y’aiiations ofHtancs"
the writer remaths —
’• it is one of the most depositing,
ns it is one of the most commonplace,
of the Inlhs which Ithsgolfer c mies
gradually to appiociate that.to any
other eye but his own wind s eye his
style alwaysaptwars exactly the same.
He will often nod, when he imagine*
that he lias iev beyond all recognition, that a tactless
fi'end will in fact recognise him from
the u-est of a b ii on the far horizon
and wifi Disks tbe disillusionment the
uior bitter by remarking, * I should
know your swiog a mile oit,’
•'On the other band, it is only once
in a decade, and then when be Is him¬
self unconscious of any change, that a
sympathetic obeeuer will say to hhu,
•i say, you've altered your style*
havrnt you.”' Practically speaking,
the only difference that our friends
ever see In our play, save the obvious
one between tnissing and hitting the
ball, is that on one day our swing is
reasonably smooth and harmnnious
and on auother snatchy, hurried, and
without-* by tlmi.
Tins match was commented yeatet-
day afternooii on the former's ground
Hatting fitet the hums (cam oc«upie the wickets until 5J5< scoring 122
i uns for U -wkkets, their Captain, N
Hetancoml, being unavoidably absent.
Iatour and A. .Ylsingot were the first
iwili, the latter being di«i»osed of by
llaigreaws at 15. YValUcc he]jm-1
I a tour to take tliu store to 63 when hs
tell a victim to a taUh in, the slip*.
iiiHtor lehevtug liatgieaves, at
diHiiusveil Kttour with hi* firat
dehveiy, and. helped by the bumping
!>iuh, taj»tuie«l ¿batsmen for if) inn».
A|uut from Lutoui. who showed good
form for his 37, none of the batsmen
• »m|> *.,11/1 «n.4 Sllnn»
comuientt«l their first, innings al A25
un. and at the diawing of stump»
Jmd lost A wickets, all taken by
Winter, foi <12 tuns
HIIAMKLXK 1ST IVMNUS.
U. A Latour c ami b Hectoi
A. Mfiogot b llatgieaves
C. WalUc-e c YVilson b Uaigieaves
I. dt Verteud o Bptínger fi 1 let tor
K Matfailane o (Jaynes b Hector..
YV. (ioi-dou b YVilson
V, Mamgot t Modiste b Hector
I* .Scott notout . ...
J de Y’eiteuil c Uector b YVilson .
J’. Winter U Hector
N. Betancourt atmebt ... ...
Kitifts '
\ JUME 15, 22 A 2).
Queen's Park v. Shamrock 1st M-
Yiclwialst. XI. v. Thlidtlstg&t.
JCLT6 13 A 20.
Botanic Gardens v. fthaiurock 1st XI.
Htingo v. Y'letoila 1st XI.
JOLT 27, ACGTST 10 A 17.
Botanic Qaidens v.Queeo’s Park.
Thistle l«t XI. v, Stingo.
SECOND -CLASb CIUCKST
COMl'KTITIO.N, 1912,
cur
APRIL, 27,
tXjustabuUry v. Govt, Printing
OfHee.
Middlesex v. Victoria2ad XI.
Q 1LD. v> lunapuua.
S>íirtrocW2id XI v. Trinity.
I*L Mary's College v. Thistle lud Xf.
szstewe it tbe Power oi Svecoo-
ierred oa M ntgigrss by tbsCoQVtyai.riog
sod Lvw of Prop ily Oidloaoce 12ÁH, Ciw-
tvioe>l is a esr slu Mstnorsodsm of
Mortgage N«* lid d«t»d ths 3d day of
HtpltHPlirr 19 i* Bhawsei P*r»* there wdl te put up for sale
by the uadeiilgaetf at hi* Auctiou
Man he. V llorii Promeoade la tLs
Town of 8a» Krrraudo on Tasslay tho
2Ut d«y »i M >y 1912 bdiweeu lha hoars
of 1 aud 2 p»ni «
A'itb**»e i»o pvuVstd lasil sUuais io
lha YY'acd -f Meo*Urr»t io tbs Iilaad of
TrisMsd- :
llis first ib*rsof ompristag sigblecu
s«fCi ocs rood .anl -t*eotj-*s*etr pwebes
deliesatsi In the Dt*gr»«a »nn»*rd «oils
Grown Grant In Y’oiatss XXVII Fwlio
299aod touodsdoaths North by Uods
OÍ S Kiktl aud by lami* ot Maskallls ou till
Bouth by Crows lands by UuJt (Stitoobwi
for by 8 «moon t*'»* aud by Uods
petitions!' for Ity lt*dgeeooa«r ou ths
K*st by Isnds of Mofe-aa and by Uo4*
prtttioosd for by Redgwjooar oa the
Wtstbylsadi p li Uowl for b/ Darkloa
sod tmsrsscled by the Tabiqiits Jtusr,
And tbs setMind there if ooapnsiog
fiUseo acres two roods sal Uiirteto
perches dciiaes^e'l ia the Di«gr*a>
«nneted to the Crown Uvaot lb Volume*
XXVII Folio 113 aod bouodei ou lb*
North by Gro*a Had a-xl by lands of
Books* oo tbe South and YVes by Crown
taocl aod oa the Eitt by lands pethiooed
for by Parboo,
Dated this 16th day of March 1012,
P. V. frCKKlUNU,
* Auction*-»».
St ty 4tr.
Constabulary v. Hbumrock 2nd XI.
Eton v Q.K.C. V
Middlesex v. Govt. I’uutisg Oflloe.
ht. Mary's College v. Victoria 2 id XI
Thistle 2nd XI v, Tusapmis.
HAY ll.
Eton v. Vietortavnd XI.
“~Vr# Pfir
ntlug Office.
ip - . -
Middlesex v. Tiinlty.
Thistle2id XI v Q.K.C,
Hhimrock 2nl XI v. Ht. Mary's Col¬
lege.
Thud
ItOULlM. ANALYSIS.
IX. Kt-m
1H Q-tb cfc i» 4t«MÍv* fapcAussof P—K* i 14 Kt x P.
K -Kl!
i* i
ft 8:*
I». R-4<
«mmU ta iu
.in
is lost by hi» iu**
d^*4op l5 P-KKCir
to 9dkm*l bv pi. p_Q
X|^i 17. Kt M, K —,
Ktl
Mask rwifsl for Uw |w**os i* lost,
0HiM Vhtm Mmytuint
N«*t «toud*> wv will putolMt tbe
wum kasiii MHwg che*»-playe«» a*
w Tta lÉJMSorUl Gatos" (bstweou
HSiars. KibseiKzky ^od Andersseiu
—out of tin* laast brilliant and
iMiUfjioii r wlEjpnUlktb «noth*i laivfoll) amo
tateu gam*
Wv would hk* to know win* U of tin
tiiwtiiog» mu • Ih*»» playu» tike un.al
fot ܻn twswui wt ux-que*t ail
“Yet, if they are obtusely blind to
those tq»uch making changes in the
actual «sing, of which we out>elvet
are »o acutely oonsci u*. they can see
certain tbiugv whn h ate often hidden
from u«t When we ate addressing
tbe ball iu a state of couqiaiutive ir-
pos», before becomiog in ths actual
s'roke a mete vision of-whirling arms
snd legs then our friend* eat), aud ere much better than we can ourse vre
whether we have departed from oat
normal stance
“ Every one of u« must some lime
have been told that he Is standing
much more open or La* tin bail muon
further back than usual, and more
often than no*, having denied ths
charge with Indignation and salonUh-
nwot, be will have bad ultimately to
admit tbe truth of il. The proeate
onlooker wh higher flights of fancy is not alto-
gefber without his usefulness.
A priori It wrouldj «|v)tear likfly
enough ihtt we titould vary a liiQ«
from day to day lo tbe comparatively
St, MUÍ swinging, but quite
that w« should not be able to
MeMypsi one steeple peettasioAry
attltto*. A» a fact, however, U is
lust In ttoes |> elimlnortee that we do
constantly vary. re*y of tan while
quite Uoawsrs * f it ourselves Certain
of thee* uocooseiuu* variation* are
for some mysterious reason very much
mors common than other*, aud so
must be tbs Miar» carefully guarded
tohiO't.
ihugtaatee 7
Lynch 3
fern (tiger 2
Oum uwi batch 2
YVilson lo
Hector 7.1
YV.
2
u
0
0
•2
5
bUAMHOCKXNUXI V.TUNAPUXA
_ Shamrock soured 197 50 and P. Uumming ti)and Tunspuua
At the diawing of stumps, had 66 for
4 wickets. 1*, Gumming and P.
Betancoiiit jKit on 97 nin* for the first
wickrt.
MAY IS,
. Conitalxilary v* Y'lctoriaXud Xf,
Eton v. Tunepcna-^-
Tilnuy v. Govt, PHutrwg Ufilee.
MiddPsex v. Thistle gnd XI
Q.K.C. v. Sf- Mary's College,
JUNK, 8
Coosttbulary v. Tuoapuaa.
K ou v. Trinity,
Tbi*tle2od. X( Vt Govt. ITmtfug.
Middlesex v, ttt, Clary's College.
Q H.Ü v, «hamrock 9ud X*.
TUINIDAD.
Io the bapreoe Court ef Trial lad in«l
* Towgf,
8a-*»mx»yJurlsileiiw, P*rt*of*3p«lo,
No. 675 vf 19ll.
Bet wren
Mxbabir—rialQtlfl
sod
iUgwaotiog sad Geo. R. Alston & Co,—
Defend «ote.
JURE 15.
Conatabulity v. Trlsily.
bton v. IhUtle 2nd XI.
bt. Marys College v. Govt. Pticllug
Middlesex v* Hhanirock 2nd XL
Tttuepuua v, VicUtlaXudXI.
M BOTANIC V. VUTiOltlA,
1 h* •• BoUnh- Gardens** batted Hist
and ecoted 112runs. Victoria irpUod
with wickets.
Constabulary v.ThsUeXad XL
Mon r, tit. Mary's College
Shamrock 2)d XL v-. Oovt.’t'rintiDg.
Middlesex v. Q K.C,
Trinity v. Victoria 2nd X!.
St. Andrew’s Haco Club
OltnXADV.
ST. ANDREW'S GOLF* CLUB,
Tllf I Hr Hi DENT'* I'KI/fc « ^tirETITION.
Geutlttutan * toui-souie llaadhaii Hoi»
play. 1* Hole* took placa yesterday after
mjoo ami was won by Mr W. Blache
Yvilaoiiaud Mr. YY Oat ary with a set
Blu**‘iLTw » Him. performance for a fear
ITwf, '*•/»' out la w and earns bonsc
Ip *4 Mi.l. W. Mcott and Mr. YV. II
uonion wen Um- ruattc-is up with gu
set.
tu
M eating ffiaetee» rsuss
purttlaa, OLD 8UHKS,
•ruptiias eliouid be
IfwAI “
1 bj blood ifli
and obsÃœBiats
Kvetybody, tor ngample. ha» at
—le Hate or other bean told or dis-
aovered for himeelf that b* ie e*aadiag
to asm his ball, aod so ciampmg bis
■W4lu«. To ct—f twdiwlly wiin
MNWIMtUf cIomt la. u l( to woo |Ui,
aott *IW am lmpM.7on.il oMiwm..
I* Uw MMnWHalt In III*, uiot
the same time so iosidtoui aoaetbat
a»nu-.t nr. wtnMlai..
itsvidims How um < ‘ '
.. .. . .......i omairn» is it. cm
the other band, fur any <.<.« t« Hud
Itiutteir »taiHlinii loo faraway iiom
tbvtoll it i» so lai-a a Mea a» L» he
almuki a viitue. cartamly by far lb*
muni iv. 11 all g .¡(mg weak
USStriM
ll«» I’ANACKA It'uTtnwñrM
bUioii rvuisdy liist sxtvnd* iu puHfyinw
iulluvm» lo »»,»» i»ir{ of .tbe body it
cursa Srttdi l LA Pt'AhMA FAILING
dTKKV.ill NKUVlfi GÃœNNT
PATInN WltKNhHH DINKASS uf
tbs BON t4H Bun,*» and CAHUl'NiLKb
Priwj large bouts «¿U) Tbsas producá
way be obtoiusd wbotoaleaiid retail from
Messis. Stuitb Broa..* Co./Tbs Hwunqq
Drug btorsa jsim all the leading Phar
laatTan ibroegbout tbe I
i U» l
1**114 ItLNT -M»u- 4 »pl*iM(id Sail
W«ml. at Piim-aa town, latall
•• Wííihhi^ il. tTi Ltd. No
i Olon <>t,lniiiui)U* in tbls fa*l
>il.tiiil In i Mg* l Miti|ilri« in
>ua* plata gt ,-^s sh« » «uinlims
A. lit in iu ^1, i ,i, Aui.lt
* ‘ M Lt*s ,*• ■*
ANNUAL DERBY
SWEEP, 1912.
Pickets ss. each
DAY OF AI-KIU 1H2,
UvtUlDttll* e Jilllst tMSWlUDf applied
lit*u forTlekets.
YVfsiisi lo Keceivs
Xud Horse to iseal vs
3rd Horse to resolve
Utber Htartais Divide
Kspetisns aud Have Kuutl
Kl|st«vot
ID (to eeol
10 per cent
XI pet osot
Jo jwr oeut
To eloao Tliuixlai, .Ma,\ IKltli
ToIhmIiuhii I’l'idav, Mo) ainl
ltavurun Wwliiewla^,.I nut* ó
ll A IH-aiKKUiV,
Hini. Hsuretary.
A Guau you Pavau a>u Aoc g,—
IMiiiiiiiua.. of thr fiiftumrl and llvst
«*eots^Drv JCs4bjgg's Vtoelable
tu i.
M.
in
Auplv to
jy**u
... Fill*
hfresws found most affectlrv, a bal
h*U the fevei aod subduing the ague
m a few day * TI»*m* «t# many who
are sub}* t to tbsw- disUf tsing aistui
bai)c4u and to then* Lh«t* l* no bsltei
(H-vpaiattou luiKuiabk a* a uivauv of
ivlisf.
PUBLIC NOTICE la bsrsby given tb*l
la «xerchs bf tbs pawtr cf s»ls wo*
mood la a assd of mvrtgsM dated tbs
Hrtl dsy of Aagust, 19ua regUtSftd as
N* 17u>)oi im sot usd* bsfwwx Joba
Bit too Huttoa ot tbs one part snd
Anadia Clara T^tu of tb* other part tbeis
Hill (bj pat op for sal* by public aoctioo
"/ the uodsrslgoed, st tLefr Aorttsu
M*rt, No. II. tit. Vioeeot Btree», Tort,
w tip dr, on Tscsiay, tbe 3Uib dsy of
A pul, JU12, between tbs boars of 1 and 2
u clock p.m.
Ait sod Hiogalir th«L*crt*ia measaags
sod Hod Mutate at Beluioot, io tbs town
of Dort-of tipalu koosa as * Mtmut
D.ao," coaisioiog oos acre aod
tblrty seven terwhei or tbsreabouta
(as t'ehosaiei in tbe plan «ousted
<•» a cotldn deed rogUtersd «• Ne. 118» of
1‘W; tad abattiug oa tbs North oa iasd
U'ely usol asa Private Burial Ground
aod oa Hods iats'y of the beira of Blisa
Waits sow or lately of E, ,\. Kobioaeo,
on the South oo tbe Bsluioot UirceUx
ilesd cn tbs East oo • U<>al
MtCertbj Laos' oo tbs West ca la»d
i Mfueriv of JJlixa YValtsoow or lately oi
E. A. it)UiuK)0 with tbs appsrtsea* oo»
DaUd this 4U» day of Ap il, lg|g
V J. b« oIt to SON.
Govt. Aoesioaesrs.
THINIDAD ANDTQUAUC.
; , fa its tiapiMu* (torn.
1. tVi uMri tw, DM.tn ct Hum An-
. m4»« IMd kt. «I IM T ira ol
H I»* l*U. .1 4 TrloiJ.d
Hqisslat-^D «sot d.
MUBU0 NUTICK kk«.l.lt,H ,bu
1 «MJ»<(on bn. bTM ami. i. u„ hy
I'mIIm IW1H No 12 Uor-iuti btiwt iú
.iius attest
ilM To*. «4 I'ort n4 Kp.ia .loimi-l.
*“f*T.ií í, «I*»1 .** «I Um Will
4*4^ UluiMIbnr 1,11 ,od [t. ‘Utb J.,
<4 W.rebl»l2«4 ib. ,«l Ho2 a.m¿2
<4 XmV 1*12 b« d«U n lin4 nkM of .boil, u *0
Itmif boon (a Mo mU T.j.u oltmi „i
*l“l-i It. mM F.aliu Fnni baloii tb.
j¡j*?* •" u*r.uu
’ill And oottu. i. .I«) ui-m tb.t' „
..C.,Mlulolf.J bt/oni tb. «ipti.ti.ji.
oflaxii y «ulit J.,. lr, u tn, iI»mo4 tbn
vaUlnUoa ut IbU ootnia Mb ( Mrt will
pwaaAiabxw Vtubau of iba aa‘a Will
« tcceidtugiy • Dato! tula 4 b Ja\ vf Amm< |pi'
r A TJIOMPbDN
to«tor#it
r r—*—r t- v -r ~r -r- -r -r—i I | pi || q 1 p m
^jOlSEb £iOS¡TX90»
ELECTRIC THEATI
W00DBR00K, rORT-OFSPAO?
xjBLisvjroyj! .no. jj
Makaokr — 0. 8EIH
il
lo-Day(Sunday) Aprfl21 at 4&8.3*
This WctV» Favourite» iurluiliir/ Lowf^
Operator, Itobert linar. Wooer «ü IIViíiíS;
de„ Monday, Tuesday, Wendell
22nd. 23rd. 24th OteT
XiaiITL V A T » un "T2
TUB 0BEAT DBAMATH AL
X„W,
Life stoby,
“SINS OF THE FATH1
PAnv x,
Monn th» Father Is glvca todrlok
(iig-hl* oon, Marcel Morin Is sn
atotalner. Tbs father aomelinies id*
treats bt* wife. Marcel Morin isa
clever eugloeer. JI* falls in love
with the Director's daughter. Tbs
manager of tbs Factory where young
Moría woiks discovers tbit, and
sends bhn out to Chill tn charge of
onset tb*lr factories. Ihte ia pro
motkou for Morin but be tv not
satisfied aod returne to Paris.
JPAItV XÍ3
Morin nurrlu MU, R.^
Ilfructor. d.ushter uH hi
paitner. Morin baa nw r
paitncr. Morin baa qossr r
lue result of hie fatb ‘
habit. 1{« iielietss ble 1
faithful and pboota bsr
dismissed but dies la Cms|
1, TRAi.tr HÜÜBERV.
CVJtllTXT Erjüt
l CAI ISO I HIILVG.
I. < 1 >hn 1 mutrv Cbaioploask
A Th 1 rent h Barqs^^
¡3. THE 1EHPTRESS,
4. WON' UN WHEELS,
which nearly raa' ttfcs
tbe LixatJ in a D*assfog
vsin> 01 ihbTIth»!
DrauiatUal l^fs Story iaf
4 r.Yllf.Y WORM
IMZ-A-TIIsriEES m
Wednesday, Saturday & Sunday at?;
USUAL J‘OTULAJi TJllCLS
nnsu 1;u;i> seats -
PUBLIC NOTICE I* hereby gi»»u
tbav by an order of Ute Hoow, Mr, ^
Juiltr» Kasselj wade heroiu oa the 14ib
dsy ct March 2912, there will re rot up
helor' “■ ■ *'■ l- ‘— *» - •* -
oré th* doo"* oft be Coart House, ¡'or-
of-Spstn, oa Tbarsdsy ths la b d*y of
•YI*y 1912. Utweeu tbs boar* ot oi.eaud
two p.iu.
All aod Sigilar that oertaiu piece of
Uni sitael* in she YVard ot Cutivsio the
Maod of Trlatdal, oomprUiog twenty
three fh-Misand on* bnodr*d aud .met)
»ti (23193) tops fi-Ul fs-t loor* "T le»e
dsiiu«4isd end with lbs abo u bouodartes thereof shown in the pi*n or
dUgram sttocbel to the Cro«o Giai 1 eu-
toiel ii Real Property RegUtor lio.k at
Waiue CCY'lIf, lolu ¿13, and U>oods<|
oq th* North by lands of Kl»iow»rch
Son* A Oo., od the Booth by tbe Malo
fiñitbera Hoad oo tbe Eteiby Uods of
i UÍ Heirs of Agorn Jaoob and nu ths
Weal by a Ils»*rv« aloog a drain thirteen
Uakv wide
Dried this doth day of Msreb, 1912,
L. II. LOVELACE,
_ Depaty Msrsbak
SAUK FUH ’lUtSUAY, llIB IMU
A Cura for Chronic Cor vtlpatlon, Tor*W ÃœS
and Irregular Bor rcl Movement*.^
Constlpetlen Is lbs most eomr >n disorder of tbe.boviq
effects both sexes and all ago* but la mors prwalvst^H
women because their duties In ti> houscboM r-*4ulr# Ism pH
exercise than tbe occupations cf rneoj therefore weaea W
rubst from IU baneful effect. . 'a*
A constipated person if an en- • victim when expesedj
rerlous diseas^^Pneumonla, Typb id Fever, Malaria, JUeOH
Lmail Pox. Tellow Fever and D. tg .t's S>laces» gatbsrtbebj
Jarvr-st ef death among thoso t ho are habitually conrif
Fren though they escapo these dls. ases, such parsooa are i
ollloff mors or lesa. They ham headaches, bed dieesties, 4
pest, virtlro (blind aUcrers). «Allow complexion, fiatst****
cf strength, and no energy at oH Ilorbln# tas a most e
effect In th* bowels; tt Ts eooHnr purifying and «***
puts a prompt cheek on blllouen. r wind in the bewsfA 1
pasa, heartburn, bad breath. 1> w pirita, drowaln***rJlJl
|Ubs A&d aerveu* wakefulness at night.
Prloo 50c per Bottlo.
9ont and Uric Acid fjj
LAX HE L SED IHlU&M
tl'IXE Oil MIE
Chief Depots
SMITH BROS.
Bonanza Drug
SALK EVBKY^
I
TravellersDBSCAMPS
® ^hwrlotto Stvoah

fete-*
TUB rORTOFSPAIN GA2BTTK SUNDAY APRIL 21 1919
GEO. R. ALSTON & GO
Lumber, Hardware
AS D
SAW-MILL DEPT
!
WE HAVE A LARGE STUUK'OF
Hall’s
In!t7Jlb„ 14 lb., 2831b. and 56 lb.
K9gs.which we are selling at
SIX! CENTS PER POUND*
(44, South Quay.
TELEPHONE 171.
*
Vaughan’s
Have'flieceited a Qiiantiti/ of
ENGLISH TBUNKS
, Which nrc being «old at London' I’ricw. A
few arrived sli'j-hUy damaged, thc-e ty go
1-A.T A-ZDsHST PRICE.
Compressed I'ibrc]Caliin '1'runks—leather corners,
brass lock», asstd. sizes Two only Compressed
Cano Cabin ’1’runks, same as yon could buy in
Regent Street; Cove real Wood Trunks—flat and
round tops, jdl sizes; Tin Trunks—many shapes
and styles; SUIT CASES, assorted sizes, in
real cow hále.
All English Goods and Selling Very Chaop.
IE YOU*!REQUIRE A TRUNK
No linrm will be done to sec tlfose at
18, FREDERICK ST.
Davidson and Todd
THE ARCADE.
THE BEST PLACE FOR
ITEMS OF HEWS.
Continued from i%e «f
On Monday last lb* second non of Mr*.
Saiq Henderson wm bitten, or ratbsr
scratched, br * dog owned by the
family; and the child, who (a about,
p year* old, was toon after treat* i
br lira. I^Scheult and J, it Dickson,.
Trie dog In question weot mad on
Friday and died. In consequence, the
ir to the
Yórk for
lad will be taken on Tuet-
Posteur Institute In New ...
treatment against Hydrophobia. Mrs.
Henderson has the greatest sympathy
of ber many.friends a and the hope is
expreseed that notnlug serious trill
come of the matter, which la at pro*
aent naturally causing considerable
anxiety.
Trloldad OHfletds Ltd’s shares bare
fallen from 27a (M.-28#, 9d. to 22s.—
¡¿fie.» m reported by cable
day.
yeste*
JIAVJNG RECENTLY ARRIVED.
ZINGESSOL * DISTEMPER.
BED OXIDE LIQUID,
HUBBUCK’S ZINC & PAINTS.
the following
NEW ARRIVALS NOW ON HAND l
HARNKss leather
1'lllllK
J*lt(H*EUT>> I’OLIKlIEh
UALVAX1/.ED HUH'I'AIL#
WIRE KLATI Nil XAllA^lAM 'ii'
Hl’CKE’I’H AXU 11AT lll'AXH.
INH
The Barbado# Hoots of Aeeembly
met on the 9th, pursuant to adjourn
ment, and in the absence or the
Attorney General, who was encaged
in tbs Criminal Assises, the Solicitor
General took charge of all Govern*
ment measures. A petition praying
for naturalization papers were pre
sentad on behalf of Mesera Valdemar
and Albert lUoschell, and among the
resolutions passed was one granting
£3110 from the Treasury to Mr. K U.
Hiwkler as a recognition of his work In
compiling the Barbados Handbook, and
anotner granting £JU0 to cover pi
penses in connection with the destruc*
lion of the leaf blister mite which was
ruining the cotton crops. A debate
ensued on a bill for preventing the
spread of the same disease and even
tually It was adjourned.
A cot respondent aends us the fol¬
lowing, taken from a Canadian paper
Why on earth should we go treating t
There is no sense In it, out a good
deal of useless and unnecessary ex*
pense. If a man thinks that a little
wine Is good for hie stomach, or for
that part, a drop of whiskey or a glass
of beer—why not order It, have it sent
home and drink it there in decency
and moderation. Instead of throwing
away money over a bar at the wrong
time of day, and pouriog down hi«
throat goodness knows what stuff
that ia neither good for man nor beast.
Treating has nothing to recommerd it
to sensible and light-thinking tuen.
8ome people talk or it as a practice of
:ood f
food fellowship. The good fellowship
s bound up in the good hard-earnea
money so freely given to the tavern*
keeper, and for what't For his profit
and your loss. Now flgut# it out In
any way you like. When (if you ate
honest to yourself) you stuke the
balance this is bound to be the ultimata
result bo we ray, beg n your good
llowship to yourself—by f
treating!
bycuttiog out
Ou Friday last, a rat which was found
within Mr Charles Netioho’s pro*
vis on store on Houlh Quay was seat
to Di. J. It Dickson, Bacteriologist
and Assistant Health Officer and was
found to be plague infected All the
necessary precautions in the way of
praying ‘
lying', ‘ etc. of the premises,
being carried out under__the
pervlsion of Captain K. West
Lack, assistant Sanitary Inspector.
Tbs three worn *h *vb>* assaulted the
railway signal U-y 'ImoiomK no
Friday last were nisncvd by
Dr. Blackwood Wright, to do
t«venty- Constable Cox laid
I the charge.
The premise* at the rorosr of
Broad and tllgh street*, Bridgtown.
Barbado*, occupied on the first and
second floor* by M*t*r* Gaiter and
Co. and no the third by the Junior
Gluh, hare been purchased by the
Director* of the Boyal Bank of
Caoa-la, and wilt so»u be fitted out
for occupation by the local btaocb
there. The pi ice paid Is said to be
£4 8Ua r
A* fears were entertained that
there Would be some disturbance
at Tabsquita In routejiifiics of
the recent affray, and yesierdsy
being the pav*day, a nurol»sr of
constables, under Hergeaot Storey,
were despatched lather on IM*
day aft#i noon to be In readi¬
ness In case tbrir services were
required The Inspector Oeoeral
of OoDstabuiary a* also the
General Manager of Railways also
went down to Tabiqnita, by au¬
tomobile, yesterday, retorting to
the city about A o’clock, livery*
thing passed off quite quietly.
The labourers bound for Tuna*
puna, lo order to prevent any
xiaslble friction, were conveyed
other railway carriages than
those occupied by the Oouva and
Caraplchahtia laboutere. Sergeant
Holder, woo went down with
two plain-ciothe* constables, made
two arreste in connection with
the affray, two others having at* ,
ready at rested by the Couva con*
'able*.—while another * wanted *
(a still at large
than tin Isttsr. BnchrMWIn the One.
«Tamsat tefeooH costs £l. 19s. loif.,
whlua isstx ftblllingt and ten pence eN)r*
th* eostlieU—and somethin* like eight
shillings above tbs aversge—of the Deo*
mlnatlousl schools. Yet the Inspector sf
Schools, who beguiled the Board of Edu¬
cation In a moment of atwrratloq to con¬
stat to an alteration In the Oodt rteprlv
Ing Assisted School* erected after lPulof
any rent or apparatus grant, or Inerva**
of rent or apparatus grant to schools
extending their buildings or Increasing
tha number of their pupils—has the prs-
sumption to state tbat '* It Is aatlsfectory
to note that In tbe year 1910—11 only one
eehool, Sc. Madel.-ms It C . came under
tbs category (of aided school* not spend¬
ing any tsonsvfrom private fundsL and
svsn at this school It aeems difficult to
credit that tbs Manager wa* not callad
upon to augment tbe small Gerurnment
frant for bull lings and apparatus-- The
nspoctor ahoild know better than to
write unfair non«ense of tL* kind, especi¬
ally after tbs criticisms to which bis re¬
port* have been subjected In previous
years. His obvious duty, If be ha* really
at heart the interasta of education ia lbs
colony I* to urge In and out oftsaeon
•qua! treafraeit for Denominational
Schools which do the same work as Gov
rmnient School* and ars tbs mors popu
|*r and It the Oorernmsnt School* mslntata
the primary uiaoe as regards sirwoca,
and this in a mors marked degree than in
tbs preceding year, they certainly do
not do a*» as regards educational effici¬
ency. The average percentage of .pats«s
Looli ouol doenA ¡I? Neat, fredi
and myging. How cWerenl from the
tAcocnrortable, oM-fuluooe^ Kcd,
tJo*e*6fing underwear.
0¡mk’
Fabrik Underwear
”*.r, «>4 W.aheaUli. fin. Linen
J.W. .1 A. 6m.
mmmi .bwrt-l. N.
"Jji"". «-™»« *«J Wf. tiwn,
. rMwJ i^u. el teolnen «m1 ml» ,U
though 0» KflMr. WMlfM.,
tr MiWtm
m U. Km. L.BJ.S Dnwm.
At etl the krtter aterve
woman a e«, h*»*4. a^*^
in tnsnt la 8L0 wbL* In tha Denomlua*
The Comberiuere School Cadet Oorps
llarbadok. *hot for the Prince of Wales
Challenge Cup on tbe IstinsL, on tbe
Government range at 200 and 600
ards, ac.iring 312 out uf ¿possible 600.
Tve wind was exceedingly high and
(belight very misty which accounts
for the low ecoting. 7he Prince of
Wales Cup is thot for every year by
all ( adet Loi p« throughout tbe British
Empire.
ARBOUR & MARINE NOTES.
The British steamer ,4llur*L" 2.997
ton*, Captain Moody, which arrival
ou Friday from Soitih American ports,
sailed yesterday for Tampa, Florida.
U.8 A., with 375 tons banker ebal from
the Trinidad Coaling Company. Ltd,
She,has been chartered to proceed
from Tampa to tbe Far East
Tlif- V» mvnelan trader "Hilda’ ai-
rived ve^terday from CrLtobal Colon
with &)0 bag* coco* and 4 passenger*.
atlonal Sebeóla It is fcl Í. This superiority ]
of Denominational eduoatlon It borne out
epetiallyln tba comparison ot Individual
aohnois. Thu Girls Government school
at Tranquility, (he Olhollo achoots In j
Pembroke btreet and Harris Squsrs are |
attended by much the same class of
Children, yet Pembrokt Btreet has 100 f
percent, of puses. Harris Square 99*4
*nd Tranquility only 00*9, while Nelson
btrest Girls’ school with anotbsr cías* of |
children altogether has 97 7. N».*on I
Street Boys’ Catholic school Is much in
the same category wuh -the Baa-crn j
1 Government, and yet the Nelson Street
School fttandu with W7 jf passes and
the Eastern Government frith 88 3.
N’ohody «ould demand aa much of the
Nelson Street Boj»' lobool a* of tbe
Tranquility Government school with ttw J
specially paid teachers, yee tbe latter bast
only Sd s per esnu of paases. From these
data, we can say without any fear of
contradiction that tbe only return tor tbe i
extra stpendUare on Government Schools I
r«u be summed up in “no religion ” sod 1
Jor‘ ' ‘ •* ' ’
No lees than 19,000 bags of euger, re
presenting some 2,300 tons, were ship*
fñdlast wreklbrough the Railway for
jreebin Castle, Caronl, Waterloo,
Woodford Lodge and Ofxnge Grove
Factories. The shipment# were mode
hy the K. M. H. Conicay and tbe •.«
TugeUt to iznudoo and Montreal, re¬
spectively, the transfer from the Kail-
y sugar depAt Jto the. steamers
tin *' * "-
taking three days. The labourer* em¬
ployed all worked hard and well under
dr. Fitt, tbe labour contractor.
Father Pendergait. S.J.. Priest-in
* he Ht, M-
Charge of the
SM
ary district at
— * serious
Jamaica, narrowly escaped
injury and posslblylosa of life on Jhe
ting of March
morning of March 20th last. The
Priest waa on bis way to Devon Pen
to celebrate Mas* and when nearing a
dangerous gully on lbs rood the horse
became restive, and seeing the danger
tbe Prest, crying out to the lad to
follow him, Jumped from the buggy.
The boylwaa slow and with the buggy
weot over a steep precipice Into a
gully. Tbe conveyance was smashed
and the boy mortally wounded. Father
Psndergast escaped uninjured.
The Atnei ican barque “Tithe Baker,"
683 tins, Captain Hansen, sailed yes¬
terday for Ü >11111101 e. U.*, t., with OGJ
tone Tiiiildnd crude Lake *anh*|t from
the New Trinidad Lake Asphalt Co.
Tlie Venezuelan steamer “Guyans,**
600 register. Captain ar*
riveti oa Friday eveuiug Íiimu Cristo*
bal Colon with 300 tona t-i.al and the
following paiHongciit-Mstita Mar¬
co* Piletas, Manual Bb hi, M. Gon¬
zález, J. A. ’ardido, J. H. Gonzilrz
and Ferreira Lopez.
The Royal Mali freight steamer
•I’aitiol,’ 1,603 tons register. Cap¬
tain Wakeman, arrived yesterday
ra irnlDg from London via Garuados and
Grenada with 1,200 tan« general cargo,
aud one deck pa*svQger. This steamer'
brought out two serrino* of a sfeW
lunge for the Itoyai Mail Company.
Bb« proceeded to < haguaramaa Ray
and landed the entini* «>n tbe Go*
veroment Floating Dork, after which
she returned to the city to discharge
the balance of her cargo.
THE KING EDWARD VII.
MEMORIAL.
We are pleased to learn that the
plague patient, Jygdeo, atpreaent In
an isolation ward of th# Colonial
Hospital continues to Improve! and the
created- hopes are entertained forms
recovery The tumour that there Is
another cAse’li without foundation.
lu addition to prat
following amounts at.
•cribad towards the fund
Lee Lnm
Lee Keoog
C'liow Cob
Ue Ping . .
Wong long ..
Jacob Uo Yum
Toy Him ...
i to belt Lee Pow
James C. Ltsung
Chong Cbup...
Bing Lea ...
Tang Yuk
viou* lists,
ars been
tbs
sub*
Offiei.1 nolle ba> Urn ii„n tli»t
th. Bahama. Po.Uje Bump, .baulnff
tb. bc«l ol the Uto Qu»»n V Ictorl.
«111 to withdi.wn from circulation un
the lit Juo. nart. .The remainder
will to destroyed. W. nuu not» of
thiaa. It tuay be, of intore«t to .t.nip
collector*.
DAVIDSON AND TODD.
TIi. hi. “ Aldan.’ which left IUi-
todo. on March **th with th« Ibrea
IUlb.do.dehg.to.to the Tu.kege.
Conference on hoard, duly aulved at
Nsw York on tbe 6th AprlJ. received
through I)r. A. B. done. » l-ttor of
wrlcoto, from Dr Booker 1’. Washing¬
ton un the following day, and wer.
booked tole»», hew } ork for Tuo
kegeenn th. lttb. IUrUdUn, .t
New York wereenthuiiaaticorer their
arrival, and the delegates ale re*
ported as being all well.
Tsng Kee
Kwong Lee
Lee Wah ^
A. Aliuui
Lee Yu .„
Lue Kow
Iwe Ou
I’uuo Wsl. ...
Randolph Ah Lit
M. Lee abyen
Juhn Attong
Kec Kwok
Lee l ao
Henry *kong
Louis WaUou ..
Joseph Nathaniel x...
Thomas Edwaid Lee ^ang
Romany Chofi
The special committee of lha
Geoigetowo Town Oouoeil appointed
Ui consider tbe application of tbe
pemerara cricket club for an exten¬
sion of thetima granted for the uMof
Victoria Square, Queenstown Wanl.
baa recooiiueoded that the club he
eranted the use of tbe land for three
veaie from tM expinr of tb# present
(erin in February 1918, at a pepper-
corn tent of 1 dollar per annum, on
eonditloo that th* ground be made up
sad k*pt la order U> the aatisfactioo
of I ho Town Huperintaodsot. tb*
GooocU reaerviug its right to cancel
p*naiaahm *n7 ri/oe in tlie
event of the ground not being uro-
neeiy kept, in regard to tbe erocikui
of • panüouon tue »nelo*ur* of the
gfOi»M. ittM recommended tbat tbe
QmimU isiirri* in reapvct to both r*
nttb tb* *vipbUlbMi4bat tbe
parttlon be erected in ootnpliaaov
tbe (|i*een*town bye Uws. aud
tbat tbe fence ooeatrucUád ebould be
of wits *ad of oe otbar material. The
Gowned, it ie oouaidered, ebould ex
Iriid to the Ãœiub pernilsaion to remove
any pavilion, paling or other strut
ture* wblvb It may erect at *
(ore*
litue.
660
6
6
6
5
6
6
6
6
•0
6
6
10
6
6
6
6
6
Total
ID)
EDUCATION REPORT
1910-1911-
Slat
less secular education,
Of lbs 176 Denominational School* 7«c
ars Catholic, tha Canadian Mission
(PrssbytoiiAn>oomlog next with M aod the
Anriiean wlibtf. ltmuat.however.be
borne in uiind that the Canadian Mission
• boolscompilse 40 Speolal Indian schools,
of which class of schools the AnglRana
bare only two end the Catholics one
The number of puril* on the roil on ¿1st
Maroh, 1911, w*i 47,716 with an average
futannace of 2?,0&t. Tbe average
attandance tn Dsomninatlonal schools
was Jl.dOU, and in Government schools
8 79L I • tbw Cstbollc schools alone It
was 6.C liuveai schools In the Co ony are Denooil
u*tion-»J, as In uitiit (uuntrles. lit spite
of the vnoruious view of the Mculariats
tbat Danomlnstlonal education means
uiuHIphoaiion of small schools. Thus of
achooh» with ■ vsi mi pupils » are
Catholic, 8 Anahc* i, 2 Wesley&o, and 8
Csoadian Miuloi. The Government
haao only aohtiola, tbe fftttefa Hoys'
school wl>h 311 and the Aritna Uoys’
school with XÚ, which hw* AU pupils
Tbe Urue Siiho ils of tbs oolonv as taken
from Appeofilx U. to tbs Inspector of
Schools' Report are &a Ueiow. it is to
Iw noted, however, that tbe VYaetarn
Govs* eohool whloh bad 5JJ pupils on Its
roll on March, 1011, has now about 70U.
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No. orPpprts.
CATBOLlc-Nelson St. Girls school tel
Western Uoye’kohool 601
Nelson SL Uuys' school 674
Mupurapo 973
Rote Hill VA
Siparia 8*ff
Pembroks Street 3cH
Arimt Hoya* £19
AxcLIcAX-ruiMDUne 4|B
Riooaiillj 693
Richmond Street 444
Woil brook «£
Duka htrsst >87
Macurspo
Belmont
Quarry Street
WzittraiV-Mouftoo HaU
Belmont
Caxahiax Mtasio.v^Taeulqoa
Oualoo
We Lake tbs followiag from tbs * Ca
tbolic New* ” of yesterday aad »e ore
•ere U will lo read with (ataros*
*be annuel Report of th* f oweelor of
tools for lha year fading the
joar—am* year after It wee due. Tbo re
jort oontalBi a* ueaej tuuob useful In for
oetioa, hut (hie lafumiation la preetiva)
y aaliquated eluee It atesar* when tbe
repurt for the year enalag March diet
1914, ie almost du« All lb* eaaae w# must
take It aa tbe lateat rouort of the Bduoa
tion Depanuteot and deal with it aepor<<
ingly. hoping that lb# loapsctor of
IMuwU will see his way to bo more pane
tael and reason aids la tbe prod act Ion of
Last years report. Duriagtbo year is
question se«un new eeboJi were opened
or reoeived eid, ol which ooo only woo e
Government School, tbo other six neing
Reootuinetional On tlie list March, 1911.
(bare were III athooie, 310 Wing Ucno
wi»atiiM>«l fK iiogU and 14 Government
hchuols 11k laiwuditureea the funner
waa adawiI a>»1 on ths latter XII.MU
Ibis doce «M lutlude, of courae, th* sala
riesuf the KJucatloa Pepestmoat m Uw
College Kxhiixtiun* ho thatIbough th*
Daiiuuilnaiwual Vbools are aueut four
titan as ihihh r M.b<*>ls «* 1 •- 'ht a ,iu todauaUju.l
wort win n< « I httou ot religious au«
^ I 'yjKJiUvually much lesa
grt -
tbs Denominational schools make it
also dear that they aro tbe dase ol
schools which meet most with popular
favour, and we mátatelo alto from
knowledge aod experience tbat the for
oatloq of character H less perfect In the
Government than U thee* schools sino*
no epiwai can be made In them to ’he
powerful influence of religion. The
Report as a wbola, therefars, give the
Dvooiuinstlonal • bools good eaus* to
rvjoloa. With teachers receiving Isis and
with miserable apparatus grants or none
at all, they can, not only cop* with the
pampered aohooJs of the Gorenimcnt, hot
even In leant 'Ait* surpsaa üwm.
So that whatever may h« said by a
ceitaln number of individual*—mote
»r i«m Massed aud Irresponsible—in
favour of purely secular echooJa the
people are'manifestly in favour of Ue
uoodaatieaai school*, and In tbi* they
are evidently right since m tha 1>«
womleatlonal school the cbildreu receive
not only religious instruction, but, «*
tb* Report ttsaif goes to show a better
secular Instruction alto. In the ysar
lo question, however, the Irregularity
Íf attaodMice ie still to be depioretf,
l was worse than in the preceding year.
As ieug as tbs attendees* of childreo
In the ecboois of the colony only registers
a fraetioa o« sr half time, adooettoo la not
sifKeolatsd an It should be and mattan.
are lo aa unsatisfactory condition-
We have also easu tha Pass List of
tb# Pupil Tesouvte Examination held
last September—another docuntsnl which
might hare loan pufillshed ^aaritar.
AabHg tha fourth yeei Popit Tasehsra
Mial Laura Ksliy, of Nelian Street
Uotbollc Giri*' aenaol,
bf ‘ ' ‘
A BIG SENSATION.
Como
ami tr\ I ho E. M I’. -:iü' boloro jou purclmsojour
car. The Iivo (hat imih I.imh-tl on (In- ¿ml April is already (
dcliiored, hut lmnhv lor mi'ithor luw ju^t nrriicd; heneo
we oin make delivery i)rom])th
Y. do LIMA & Co.
Frederick SQ-ecl—Sole Agent)for
E-M-F
iatboUc Girt*' school, obtained the
itfbest mark» (Mil of ají boye and glrle
utared. Miss Dors \\ Hsoq of Psm
-rose 9treat Gntbslk nehool with Sue,
brol
caree
If treat
res aneond. >!las
irpssesd tbe Iwat >»oy and glr
with Sue,
K#JJy therefore
.... ... ->nd girl from tb*
Govern mast school-, among tb* fourth
>#*r alúdante by U si ‘
- tlvvly. UU* Uuta Wllwm bos
qua dUtiuetior. uf aaudlng up lb*
of the
ling «piba boat
IM oandtaataa
bouses Rays'
ffaiu o| Ke*«owi
i amafl margin
ig
_ 77 marks re
sgectlvvly,
unique dial
papar lo Knglisl
sxauitne-i IJ K . ^ _ .
entumí t>oitie< reoood by a
amoog tbe boys at the earns stoiullng.
MisswlfiianaFvaaslt of IfoUomSumt
Catbolle tfsbeul omseg tb* «iris of the
third year u^tse tbs only mese in tb*
Eiret DlvUlun. Of tb* fifteen femata
Pupil Tawsbers who mesad tbs asonad
year Examination, Miss Eulalia Duller
and Mise Clarissa Holligea, hath of
Melton Sue*! Catbolk school, got esouad
oealsn by * small
rsapoctivalv, and aie
uuutber of mark*, oat
Hat by on K.C. school
CailmllO'
y sGovaruosoat h«t . _
fp.aTubtto Of th* aevaatasu student*
tu the third or io* «M two from < at bulb aritouls,
in ihctaae of tulibefte Ul*u tb*
ommutnt) >,«v« ilaorabd
to iw ^4ush•d a >ib thnlr qaagleqi.
\s ugH/tla 1.altare odd tbalr ilutlea
kit 1‘timlu*» ui kppaadlx A tu the
K |*,ti •> »• -o'ni w.igbtv words w'ikh
• »>l eiigsMod I "
iohaa.
H. Strong-,
THE PIANO WAREHOUSE.
VOW IS THIS TIMH Vo BLV
O '
Spocial Pricos both for Cash or Easy Torms
Oola Abantal fo
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■ • f Goods that will sutt each sod «vevy
. , ouimiI »e* them. If they aro not tbs
wry beat Ooodi you ban •«* n foi the money, you need not buy I *
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Muslin Flouncing- -"in
Muslin Flouncing—27in.
Muslin Flouncing—27in.
Muslin Flouncing—>2in.
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Muslin Allorcr —17/I8in.
.. -27Ín ...
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48c. to
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Oc. to
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EVERYTHING.
JAPANESE SWORD MAKER.
ntsuoiom ceremonies Arc impaky
K\ CRT PIDKES1 — ’WATKHINO."
The sword-making < f jApan la per*
haps the mostcutious iu lt)a wfml*-
wot Id. In Ihatcouotrv swords aaul
to be equal to tbnw of [olrdo or Da¬
mascus are made by a special
processes, but a feature of the ludus-
try 1« tbe religious ceremonial that
aCcotupanlea everr proem.
On tbe walla of the huts In which
the woik is doñeare representation*
of tbe god of tbe sword-makers and
the chief goddess of tbe Mhlntos,
There are also bit# of paper and wisps
of straw, charms to keep away evil
rpUits No female is allowed tj enter
tbe place, as tbe presence of Women la
supposed to bn conducive to the ap*
pt-aranee of demons, who would rer
talnly btlng disaster to the «words
mission, Prayer is offered before the
woik begin*, and various religious
lites must be perfoimed before any
•ne of tbeswoid* can be declared to
have been well and truly made.
Tbs last thing that latea place after
the poHebiog and sharpening of the
swords la tbe offering of IbVm one by
one to tbe sword god to be blessed
The weapon Is placed la front of llie
Kakemonaontne wall, with an offer*
lngoftakl, rice and sweetmeat*, after
which player sctolls ate teadunda
blessing upon the work is invoked.
Wbeiever the making of metal
swords may have originated, the chief
fame of the lodnstiy belongs, of
course, to Damascus, where lho*e
weapons have been made from time
immemorial’ But almost equally
famous are the swords of KhotaHaii,
which Is still tbe centre of the best
Kustern woik of the kind. Tbe best
Eastern blades are, however, at least
equalled today by those of Kui opean
manufacture, wlnth fact Is evident
when we remember that European
vwotdsate often uist with in Asiatic
hands, though i • most cases they base
heeu remounted in Eastern stylo t«>
suit tho fanry of IbWr ownenC\
The particular treatment of lt)e Iteel
used for the making of AslaU^Awoids
has bad cot a little to do with the ro-
pulatibn of tbe latler, for tbo dama*
sCrning or •* wateiina" of choice Psi*-
ftiati and Indian arms gives a most at*
tractive appear*’ to to tbe work
Much the same thing was In cvideou*
in tho manufacture of ** Damascus"
gun barrels until it was discovered
that fluid steel was pieferable for the
latter, at least from thet manufac¬
turer's point of view.
Ju the case of sword steel the
“watered" silsct Is pioduced by a
process of crystallization,
ill. * * ‘
that
when «he meta Ms forged out a more
or lev* tegular pattern Is seen i unning
through it. and the effect Is pleasing
to ihe eye. though it Is *al quality of the metal is neither better
nor woisp for Wing treked In this
fancy manner. - LontfjnCfTume.
TRIBE OF SENUSSI ITALY'S
DEADLY FOE.
WRI\ UlMSD AND WFALTIjY AMI
FIKKD OY THE FERVOR OF HOLY W All,
Tit AK MOiTFANATIl OF THE M08
I.kM SBCrs AUR ll\R\*S|NO THE
ITVL1AN AI1MY AMOUNT) Till
POLI,
London, April5, —\ Constantinople
* * - ' ‘ itlni
coi respondent sends an Interesting
account of ihe famous Hheikh who
has been honoured by the Sultan, and
ofiheltibe over which he hold*
•wav
Whaf causes General Canevá,,
the
Chief Comininderof the Italian foicos
m Tripoli, thegieatest perplexity and
anxiety, and what seriously em-
hara*.*e* bis military operations Is the
inyaterl *us tribe of the Menuvsl. They
are gathering now in thoiiHund* from
their far ojf centre on the oasis of
Kufta, in the Lyblan Deceit, froln
many another distant oasis uf North
afrhvt, tv»m the Sudan, fvotn Atabla,
and fioiu Egypt to wage the lloly
War, against tile destable “Mar¬
caron!,” polluting wltli the’r unholy
liooi-tUd feet the sacred territory of
tbo Malidh, And of all the innu¬
merable Moslem sects and tribes,
noue ran wage this lloly War with
more pi'sionate self-abnegation, with
tiiuie leulble fanaticism and fero¬
city, iban the Senussi.
Manyare the stotioi concerning
thianmet ertraoidintry of leíanme
Ih other hoods, fióme assert that
they.ate Fteemasous with a constitu*
tlon and nte< very much resembling
Etuopean Masonic fiatei niliee.
PASSWORD OF TI1E " ROSE "
One thing seems to be perfectly
ccitain. 'Ills Senussf symbolism of
the “Hose,” the secet password of the
Mahdi's emissaries has worked u
Veritable miracle. By means of It
atún», tbe pre-^nt Sheikh of the tribe,
Hid! Ahmed Bl-Mahdi, the grandson
of the founder of the wet, ivas able in
aveiysbuit space of tune to gather
from distant pari* a formidable army
of fanatical uairior*. ready to fact?
General Oaueva’s forces witu all the
ciushing resolution of teligious fienzy
fighting for Allah and Islam.
Ftoui an excellent source, I gather
|that the number of these warrioi*
amounts at present to about 1O0.0UQ
men. All of them are exceedingly
well armed. Tbelr amiuuoltlon Is of
a most modern type. Their leaders or
Mheikhs possess About £2,OUO,flU) sterl
ing It is tibe name of the “Hose*
that keeps them together and Infuses
them with unswerving enthusiasm, it
is the *• Rose ** that is influencing the
whole of Tiipoli. Audit will be the
M Rose," it is asserted by those who
know, that will finally carry victory
over the Invading infidels.
SiTY FOLIOS .COüñti
tíli ITomAln Dr. /?¿-irJkiroOíi
fTHflAM
That remarkable Sudanese woman,
herself a member of the Senussi sect.
ul
styled by the enthusiastic and grateful
warrior*, ** The Jeaane d' Arc of lbs
Desert,” with a lacerated left arm
waving high In the air and with fierce
outcries of religious fanaticism flred,
the other day, the men of her tribe
to an assault upon the strong so-
trcnchments of the Italians, She ac*
cninplidied the defeat of tbs numert-
tally stronger enemy, in spite uf the
thunder of their canoon, only through
the miracle workln- *— -* *•
Eoo.vbat DxCit o# ¿HOF-Poltf* mn
stable Bowen charged sboy named William
Week* with belrg found at the hack of
a shop at South Quay on Friday night
for unlawful purposes. Defendant had
on him acetisM, matches and a candle,
lie said he was U>rn at («remóla and his
father works at the Kastera Quarry. De*
fendsnt was remanded to Monday for
further Inquiries.
AMAVLT.-Edtth Armstrong, Daley
Kiiigand BHrabeth Wood*, who oa Fri¬
day assaulted Francis Slmmonds a
signal boy employed at the Railway,
rleaded nof guilty. After the evidence
bey were renvkted and sentenced to
three weeks Imprisonment esch.
AH Old Gaot. BiRD-8trgeaiit Akxan
dsr charged James Jackman with con
veylRff atPrlnre Street on Friday lost,
two Anger lings. Defendant pleaded not
guilty,' ?be Sergeant stated tbst while
going along Frioc* Street, oa Friday be
saw defendant wearing tbs rings, be had
been watching defendant tor some days
before, daring which time Defendant
didn’t wear aay rings. Complainant
suspected defendant when he saw him
with tbs rings and stopped him. Defen*
deotwas asked to acoount, but the Ber
gevnt not being satlsAed with his Story
be arrested him. Defendant then said be
would take tbs Sergeant to tbe persons
from whom he had bought tbs riojpJ.
and after taking the Sergeant round
about the town In search of tbe
supposed pedler wbotn -he dldoi And,
defendant was eventually taken to Consta
stabulary quarters and charged. A
pedlar In Charlotte Street told com-
Elalnant that rings had been stolen from
Is basket. Defendant pleaded
not guilty to tbs Magistrate
and sAtd he bought the rings
on different days tone from ao Indian
whose name be didn’t know sod tbs other
from an Syrian, Us was convicted end
flaed £3), or six months* la gaol; several
previous convlctlono were shown against
aim.
Tortürino A McLt—Robert Tsltt of
the T.S.P.C.A., charged Koopan with
torturing a aula by working it In a galled
condition. Defendant was fined £1 or 7
days, and tba animal was ordered to the
Pound for thirty days-
CovrxTfRU a Dots.—Corporal Callen
the miracle working mystery of the
password of the •* Hose.
Tbe political «igniflcasce of the Se-
nuvsi came in o prominence when
they began lot10ht against tbe cor¬
rupt system ol tbe old bureaucratic
administration. This U one of the
chief reasons why they were disliked
by the former Multan and could never
obtain, during his regime a firm foot¬
ing in Constantinople itself. They are
most enthusiastic champions in the
cause of freedom aftd of enfranchise¬
ment from eveiy form of despotism.
The present cblet Sidl Ahmed El*
Mahdi (Hahdl menus "He who is led
by allah”) Is described as a very pious
man, full of strength and courage» He
has already fought and very success¬
fully too. In many a difficult cam¬
paign. The flght iu Tripoli will be hot
and long, aud tbe Italians wUI per*
hsps arrive at the melancholy convic¬
tion that between the proclamation of
the annexation and the actual posses*
sion of Tripoli is a wide and Insur¬
mountable gulf.-Torouto MaU,
d*r tbsrgmJ My I a. coolie, with cooaerlng,
at SL James, a dove, supposed to nave
been stolen. Defendant pleaded not
been stolen. Defendant pleaded not
?:ailtT, aod stated that iber husband
oilud tbe bird yesterday morning amcmg
Ae mangoes st the seashore st ML James.
Defendants husband who was seen at
his bouso by the Corporal, asid be
had tbe dove for six months. After ths
evidence Ills Worship adjourned tbe case
to to morrow.
LARCKVT or A BASKET OF CASESE
Ida Dell charged Abdool with the larceny
of a basket, valued 5s., coatalalng a shlf
â– to of
ling's worth
- -.jg a
..cakes she had given him
to sell. Defendant pleaded uot guilty,
and said that hie foot having got crushed
at Turnbull's, he scot the basket wirh its
contents by anothsr coolie to complain¬
ant, while be himeelf bad to go to the
Colonial Hospital to have tbe Injury at
tended to. Defendant, whose story
didn’t Impress the Magistrate, was con
and senf
vlcted
sentenced to 4 months la gaol.
AFINE RECEIPT.
EGO EN SURPRISE,
No Rest With Abtuma. -Asthma
usually Attacks at ntgbt, the one time
when rest is needed most. Hence the
loHsof strength, the nervous debility,
the loss of flewb sod other evil* which
must be expected unless relief is
secured. Fortunately relief Is possible.
Dr. J. D. Kellogg’s Asthma Remedy
has proved its met ita through years of
service. Atrial will surely convince
you.
Drain the syrup from a can of
apricots. To two cups of tbe syrup
add tbe Juice of, two orauges, one
lime, and one half cup tugar. Met
over a slow fire until hot, soften two
Jevtd teatpooofuls of granulated
gelatine In one cup of cold wa'er until
gelatloe is dissolved. Strain through
a cloth, combina with the hot mix¬
ture. Thoroughly blend them. Met
In cold water. While the mixture
cools beat white of three egg* until
stiff aod dry. Who » the syrup mix¬
ture Is cool and beg us, to thicken add
tbeegg whites and boat with the egg
beater. Continue beatlog until the
entire mass will hold its shape a* tbe
white of ao egg does when well
beaten. Tbe mixture mutt be In *
cool place during tbe beatlog. When
It will hold Its shape put two tpoou-
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r HARNESS & SADDLERY
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Double Harness only $85 Set.
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Would you ItiljS
Your Dress tif
Fit you Right ?
IF you Imd to build a liouno nud the framu wusj!
cither round, wiuaro or oblong, don't jou tiling
the hoiirdu were nailed on they would have to conform
tho aliapo ol the franio Í jp
Corwot» arc to your dres wlmt a IVjuno is to a b®
If they aro wimped correctly or incorrectly your dres^(,
the hoardM which have been nailed, to tho frame of thSb*
ingl has to conform to their «hape. That it tho main reason why go»
iadicH nlwayn appear poorly drented, no mntter how contly the clotn they
wearing may ho.
You'll find iilLilm latent iniprovementn adapted to the prevailing 1
■WARMER’S RUSTPROOF1 CORSE®
We have junt received adargo nliipmcnt in all the leading union and po
!ar nizen, and rcipicnt you to inni*cct tlicm at your carlicnt eoinenicnc&l',
pricen are at follown:—00c., 84c., 00c, $1.08, $1.20, $1.30, $2, 82 30, $2.73fs
One Ft ice Only.
Yaloe Howhere Like MailfarJ’s. | ^
fuls in tho centre of a pie plate.
Shape it to look like the while of an
egg, and In the centto place one-balf
the apricot to look like an egg yolk.
A little of the sytup mixture may tie
takeu out before the gelatine is added.
This poured over the apricot glazes it
slightly. Turn « bowl over each rgs
ea surprise, set In a cool place until
ready to serve. This i* a large recipe,
aud will serve U,
Weak, puny, ailing child¬
ren NEED FERROL
AGONY ON ]
OPERATING TA|
MANY little buys end girls come
J ... . ^
ALL DEPTS, WELL STOCKED
LARGE ASSORTMENT OF
Whips,
Lamps, Bits, Spurs, and
other Sundries.
MEN’S
DEPT.
BOOTS
$1.20
TO
*6.00
GIRLS’
Depts.
BTorggu with
Footwear
SCHOOL and
ORESSWEAR
The Ladies Dept, comprises so
many different Qualities’& Styles
that you should Gall and Inspect
them.
THK I ATBSt ADDITION ARE
.running Into our store who are
weak, thln-l'gged and hollow-cheeked.
We wish every mother could know
what nur Ferrol will do for such
children. We promise tbst It will
create flesh, build them up, and tuake
them robust, strong and rosy.
WHAT MAKKH CHILDKKN WEAK
AND PUNY*
Rapidly giowing children nq.-d a
great deal of vitality. They grow
fa«t, play bard, and work too hard
at *cbool. Then the appetite be¬
comes fit fu!, and they like awake
tossing restlessly at night,or cry out
became of bad dreams. Much
children are tired anJ^ worn when
they ought to be hr«Jr aod pla/fu!.
They need Ferrol,
Ferrol will always corcect these
tioubles, and make for each child
new vitality, sotind flesh aod muse'e
tissue, strpng bous - structure, and
rich pure, red blood.
CilILDUBN’H DISEASES.
Measles, scatlet fever, chlckeo-pox,
whooping cough -these and some
others are called “ children’s
dlneaie*." They are dabgvrous.
How often do you hear a mother
say, ** My little glil has never been
stiong «face *l?e had tbe measles.**
These diseases undermine tbe health
of young children, and leave them
broken down, thin, weak, subject to
headaches, depression, and sente-
times worse. Mors than one child
bos driftedioto consumption, or deaf¬
ness, or become a chronic Invalid
After such a disease.
FKKKOL IIABTENS RECOVERY,
Just as soon as your child begins
to get. a little better, begin using
Ferrol, Ferrol Is a vitallty-maklog
tonic for children. It requires
Almost no digestion At aII, And esn
uot upset weakened stomock*. as do‘
old fashioned cod liver oil and emul¬
sions. It makes strength fast, and
heals young nerves, frayed And
wom with fever and pain. Ferrol
fills out hollow rheekr, and makes
thin little legs and trms plump and
round.
We hare many letters from grateful
mofliera whose children owe their
health, and even life, to Ferrol.
Mole Agent—Mmlth Broa and Co
The BunAntA-Foit-of Mpain.
Old xxot Ztwmove usone ¿«a. tli« Mt
Otxa PIA'b JFissvssad
Jon&t
*' During August last I went to Montreal to eon ult a specialist*
suffering terribly with 8tooe in the Bladder, lie d-cidedoc sc as*
was assisted by anotherdoetdr. They skid the calculus waslatMt
and (onward to crush and they could not take ltou>.
I returue 1 boms safferiog *
did know whar todo but vusl
by a fneud to t box and found rvllef front lbs*
I took a second and A tbuw
PILLS, aíter which I west!
specialist, lletold ms tfctodA
duced In site s>lil bscooldap
of Uat hou#n be tried for lv«4
balf-l :m
I i«turned humsagsli sacs»
take U1N FILL^ *e ttef^edsi
â– very mut h, bus I did Bot^expa
would reJievs uie of tbs ttoes
great Joy I passed tbestottsas
and am now a well nuaoa'
I am sending the stooe U
you can can see fur yourself i
work GIN Fluid did for ms/
TRINIDAD. ANDT0BAG0.
la lbs Mopretus Coart
In tbemstterof tbs Kstats ol J>wrtb
Wbari sometimes called Jiwe Wharf
of tbe tows ofBk Joaepb In tbs
is'auj of Tilolda^—Decsaisd.
)UDLIG NOTICE is hereby glvsa
KELTIC LADIES BOOTS AND SHOES.
»>u .ppljctloo hu bf,o udi to n,
t>« Albeit J.ieth Cberie. of lb, o.a if
Hi. Jvtphlntb, ulud of Tilo Mid.
I’i.ntor, for > Urut of IVoliot, of It,
Will I o irla, doto tU!U it, ol MV.
1907 of Ja.e|>h IVbftrf of tbo town of Hr.
Joaeih. doowa^. «bodi^ 00 lb, 27,b
olLl. de.lh •■><«1 flu, of ,bod, »t bt.
Jo«ob tlofeMl), tb.uM Albert Joeeob
S“rlV. “Slli ,1‘, B'footo, Bimcd to
los s >M Win,
_ Aod oqtke is aleo glvsa Ibii If m
Caves!ismJKtdUfore tbs rxpbatioQ of
lwS,Toitlíb,’.4#^*iroaj tbe da?s of i be
psikMcaiiso of this sotiss, the Guarí will
fwoeerd le Usas PioUal# sf ths it Id Will
SX!/ Alb*“ ™
Doud ibis lUh dsr of April I»1X
W) T. 1. THOMPSON
Hjkgg,
are tbe best medidos In the world, and because they did so wm
will recommend them all the rest of my Iff* , ALOERT J IjL
Wbstglorioua news to thrse vibrare almost golog losooe^
of Btooela ine HI adder 1 llers Is ease aud r •uifoit* He»
— ‘■"‘r
aceitaln means of getting rid of tbe suroe without being «I w p
knife rf asurgvou. GINTILL8 dissolve Mtoneor Or«vel In KkpJ
derbncAuso GIN FILLS ore the greatest sulveotfor One said»*
ever knowo.
If your trouble us like Mr. Lesaard’e, follow hJ exsmplesee
riLLM. Money refunded If they fall to give relief. Baiopu raw
Write ue, mentioning >bi« paper. .
National Drug and Chemical Co. Dept, Toronto, CansdsTlIR.
If toe boweUare oonstlpated and livee torpid, takeNtwQn«_t
Pills—a box ;qgj
NA-DRUI
NA-DRUCO. LAXATIVMM
M
These confections arc plca«ant to,kJ
efficient in use, Tukeu as directed tw
. M
duce free and easy actions wiiliou®
difcomfort. M
They arc best taken at bedtime!»;
bo taken 'whenever convenient. Vgf
tion os an after effect docs not follojJ
use os is tbo case with man^ l»*f
They do iiot disturb tbo d gestivejg
They contain tbe best laxative kn^J
ore highly recommended for anyt®?
either children or adults,
best when chewed up and
bo Saliva.
Their ecu
tnixeaj
ARNOTT LAMBIC
JOSEPH’S PHARAP®
Cot\ Park and Chmdatu bt**
PjtKtfCHIITlohg I’jtOMlTLY AhD \m i i.ULLV
Mat Drugs, Cbvmleals aod TolU-t M^quUitea \v •
mi «i«rr Duosor recovoiciid»
I HON
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‘.THE i 11UT-OF-RPAIN GAZETTE SUNDAY APRIL 81 1912
'PHOW SVOS-
Dry Goods 12
Tailoring or
Office - - 225
TEPHENS, Lmtd
PHONE NOSi
i
Grocery - -
Grocery
or
s
E.II
FBSP A.-R.-pn FOB "WET WBATH
HePe are some Latest Arrivals suitable 'Tor the Rainy Season.
gkehstt’s
UMIII!KIjLAS—.Strong IMnntcr», with \voo As ulano but self opciiui#—fl.OO and upward., very strong.
PYJAMAS—McrccrNeri Acrto.\, plain nnd strijied, $2.50 to $3.G0—
“Tlio last word" in cool Nig]it Wear.
Jlcrccmed AincHcini Style PYJAMAS-Chiiiexc'Front-$1.08 to $3.
A SPECIAL TAXIS OP COOL XEP1IXU PX.TA31AS at 1.44,
Comfortabte, Durable anil Washable,
A SPLENDID stock of Now Rain Coats and
Waterproof Capos.
Xj-AJDHEjS’ p a TwnvrrEiirsrq?.
Ladies' Rain Proof and DUst Cloaks
A Largo Variety.
UMllllELLAS AND 1’AltASOLS Very Diinty-lllaek and Fancy,
48 cents to íó.OO.
BOOT XJBB^-BTnktrÉI^rT.
FANCY MELTON CAPES,
Slack, Navy nnd Drown, neatly Embroidered, f>, - to $0.00.
A large assortment of Kitted Woollen & Silk SHA\Vy.S- 4Hc to ?">.()0
UxidLes*ol otlxiug'.
RUBBER OVER SHOES — F«r Indies and Gents, i»1
Tim and lllaek-correct tilting -GOe. mid ~2c. Í
Also Hl ltllKK -HOD HOLDS i'nr Ladies —quickly adjusted. *
It CANVAS TOP GOLDNlllis for Ladies, fliildren and Gents—1
10 cents to 72 cents. - j
Ladies' Strong Walking Oxford Shoes,
Low and Medium Heels, for wet weather, in Vici fc Gllnm’c'tal. ,
"Also Court Shoos-ln English & American Shapes. I
[TBGSIRIE IS ' nsro
Bij_A-OE3 lids:
STEPHENS, LIMITED,
THE VEST PLACE TO 1WX E YElt t TIIIXG.
THE STORE BOB
" PROMPT ATTENTION,
PRINCE LTNE-
'TldMPAl'TON1 IV YORK IS SEVEN DAYS
ÍTM FAST FINE MODERN STEAMERS
OF THIS LINE â– 
IjTiU m mtmi'cnll here each month at re/jular Interralt.
FREIGHT OF ALL KINDS
¡¡Will be Onlvriedwith Specrul Opre
AT EXCEPTIONALLY CHEAP RATES
iVirylng from 25 per cent to 50 per cent under Current Fatei
Charged by Conference Lines.
Exeslleut Accommodation provider for limited cumber cf Cabio
j1 PuscdRora at 135.00 each.
re
V THE FOLLOWINOrSTEAUEES WI1 I, CALL AS UNDER, Via.*
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AS. •• INDIAN IT.INCH ’ 5,110 Ton. due her. oa 20th A pi II. 1012,
• 48, "SCOTTISH riUNCK" 5.101 10th May „
All furthor informo'ion will by larimhod by
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■ of th« to-a»| • • ui»-veot tarnLh'ftg for h long U'u* after polishing.
OMY CLOfll «loe» not «t« y out, Iwt idid«Ipi soft and moist#
r** *? fur iu»iAu< uiM*. Will uot hurl the ux>efc or hcote haode.
íTUZLjIj. sizh cloth u
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POnr-OF-BPAIN
SUNDAY, 21bt APIUU1912,
THE RECURRENCE OF RABIES.
Wb have frequently pointed out In
that It l **•
tbme columns Inst It la one thing to
legislate and rusks regulations for Ihe
protection of the public and quite
another, sod that sn even moto ira>
porunt matter to be suit, that tbe
eoactmeota and regulations when
mode are thoroughly sod efficiently
administered. The statute Book of
tbe Colony (with some well knewn
limitations) sndlhe rules aod legula*
tlons mode in the Kxecutive and
Legislative Councils and elsewhere
ought to be sufficient to secure the
protection of the local public in most
respects. But they are not, and for
this reason > That tbe carrying out
of these enactments and rules and
regulations by the authorities Is
often lar In the extreme. Now and
again tbe powers that be, spurred on
by public sentiment, manage to dis¬
play a feverish degree of energy and
activity, ’ihe pity of It is that this
excellent condition of affairs never
JasU, and so for many months of any
particular year enactments and rules
aod regúlalloo* for tbe protection of
the public ate either so much waste
paper or administered In * merely
perfunctory manner. Never a year
passes by in Trinidad but wbat In¬
stances Illustrating lbs truth of this
statement occur. As a slight instance
of-It, we would refer our reader to Dr.
Blackwood Wright's remarks ou milk
adulterationpuQiahsd in our 'items of
news" yesterday, hut the most deplor
able case is the recent recurrence of '
tbe outbreak of rabies. It is a notorious
fact that for some months past the
efforts of the authorities have become
relaxed, and we are afrsld that tbey
caooot be acqulted of culpable negli¬
gence in this matter. It was because
we feaied that- what has occurred
would occur that we advocated, when
lattes first broke out birr, more strin-
Eeot measures than were approved of
y the Government at the time. In¬
fluenced by a feto so-called dog-lovers,
who are always Utterly antagonistic
to any measures (or tbe stsmptogout
of hydrophobia, as has been proved
over end over sgaiu lo this and other
countries, the (sovernment declined to
take the stronger measure of destroy¬
ing uomuuled dogs irrespective of
broed or ownership. Nor In their
efforts to prevent the disease in their
own futile way did the authorities dis¬
play that solicitude for the protection
anasafety of the public which ought to
have been their flist care. Compulsory
muttllng was allowed, after a time, to
go IsrgeTy by the bbard, and we have
heard very flitle of tbe destruction of
affected or suspected aolmaU. Now,
we solemnly warned tho.Uoecrmoent
at tbe time that wlule from three to
sig. weeks Is tbe average period ofln-
cubatlon, that period fa uncertain and
umy extend to three months, or even
to e year or more, while ws siso point¬
ed out that It was no ns* exempting
any past of the island from In¬
clusion In the proclaimed are*,
Wr further stated that with
a Wsteor Institute . no nearer
than New Yolk, and existing
local conditions of climate and other*
wise under which doge ate kept, the
danger In Trinidad wae greater than
U would be In mauy other placea All
these warnings fell on deaf ears The
measures that were adopted were
never eUingeol enough. U is true
that fur a month or two tbe insufficient
measures decided on by Iks authori¬
ties were actively pursued. Bog
catchers were busy all over the to wo,
tbelr efforta causing a great deal of
amusement to a large number of Idle
people. Tbeo, Just at the time when
the efforts of tbe autborltes should
have bneii most streouous, they wsie
f’raduatiy related and tbecoosequeooe
$ that to-day we ate face to face with
a recurrence of the disease. In such
matters as this eternal vigilance on
ttoa part of the aúthorlUec Is the price
of public safety, lbat price has not
been paid by those from whom the
iHiUic bad tbs right to expect that U
would be paid, aod. as we have said
before, we do not see bow the Govern¬
ment can escape an lodktuieut In this
respect of contributory uegllgenor.
NATURAL HISTORY FROM
TOBACO.
THE SNAKES OK TOBAOO.
(From a Correspondent),
Thousands of mothers cau testify to
‘(other (leaves' Wo
ÍW virtue of Mother (leaves' Worm
ix termina tor* bswwi they know
(reap HffriMH bow wrfuj |( la
It is said that there are No poisonous
snakes so lbs island is fortunate on that
scoie, But the Naturalist wants the
number of species and th*-ir names.
Ihu two principal authorities (it
thisrait of the world are Mi«sn>.
K. llicbardson Mole and T. W.
Urich of Trinidad who have given
the ’'suake-life subject, for many
years now close, systematic study,
and froto them we should like
to learn whether a complete list of the
Tobago anakes has ever been published,
aod if so where f
The non-poisonouv snake is really
tbe ptaoler's friend here, for he is con-
stands destroying numbers of rats
that art such a nuisance aod enemy to
cocoa and cocouuta.
When passing along (he hack paita
of the BnglUhtuaa Bay district of
Tobago ana not far from I'ariatuvier
receutiy, the writer meta full grown
Cribo snake with another which had
been taken in for more than three
parts of Its length as lh»re was only
ihe head part and Some 8 inches pro¬
truding out of the ertboe mouth,
Whether it was duelo my presence,
or* not, 1 cannot say, bat U at once be¬
gan to disgorge Its victim, which bad
been sucked la bylbo tail first until,
within three minutes after coming
«.cross this strange sight the whole
had been ejected* upon tbe ground.
The latter had a yellow belly, black
back, and the tall prnpoitlonately
lengthy and whip-like. 1 he back bone
had been broken a foot below the bead.
Its length pretty well totalled that of
the cribo Itself 1 When shot out of the
creature’s mouth, and deposited upon
the ground, it waa still alive, but (t is
Sresumed that it died (although not
estíojed by suffocation, be It noted,
after having been in the crilxi'e belly»
through the broken haik which bad
been caused undoubtedly, while in the
process of being swallowed.
Earlier In the day (a hot, sunshiny
one) at Rucoamede, a ¿rey coloured,
ileuder *• whip snake ” was also seen.
REPORT IN LONDON ABOUT
SIR SYDNEY OLIVIER.
DOING TO HOMO KO.NO.
eW.AUY ATTACH Eli TO MM-Mi 1
PARROTS.
Noisy lots of ihe Tobago parrot are
to be aeen flying ahuut 1’arlatuvirr
Just now. They are fairly largo thick
set birds, green aod yellow in colour,
with the green predomtoatl ng Some
timrstbey are caught while young
and then taught to talk after being in
captivity a few weeks, but we under¬
stand they ate now frequently shot
and eaten by certain of our people
when full grown. They feed on seeds
(flowers also) and their movements ate
largely controlled by tire favourite
trees which give them tbelr food, or iu
other woxda tbey are attracted to
deflolte spots during the seed produc¬
ing time of these respective trees.
TUB PA OK HUTTKRFLY IN
1UUAU0.
4 vet
Tills moth (we think we are con
in so designating it ri is now to be seen
In shaded cool wooded parts near
Englishman’s Bay, on tbe noilh aids
of the i-iand but only In sparse num¬
bers, and whether the i&ute kind, or
not, which periodically swarms about
the Queen's Faik, Port-of&pain and
its vlcioily, must be settled by au
entomologist, although in our humble
way there is apparently no difference
from that tmeloelthei ihe colour!ug,
tbe flight or the form. The food
Clsnt and tbe larvae, of the rage
uttetHy had lemalned a ooiuplete
inysteiy to all Natui aliste until some
years ago tbs talented artist aod assis¬
tant entomologist, Mr. (Juppy of the
Trinidad lioaid sf Agrkulluie, solved
tbe problem. lie fuuod that the
liunUrmao’s Nut. a woody climber
which ascends to tbe lops of lbs blab
ett forest tiees in Trinidad, was iue
food plsut of Ihe cats*pillar (“worm j
of tbfa charming aud beautiful insect.
Tbis plant Is also growing In out
Tobago world, so that It is easy to
infer that it also affords tbe necessary
food t<> the oatoipilUr of the Tobago
pop*.
ArrgH Iti Ykakm op Asthma.—Dr
J I). Kellogg's Asthma Remedy
proved the only relief fur one grateful
usar, and this la but oes cuse among
many. UUle wonder that It bee now
become tbe one recognised remedy ou
tbe loeikru libas earned Its fame
by lie never /ailing effeetlvencea It
is earning it to-day, as it bee done for
«sen It le Ihe grealeek aetbiua
siwctftc within the rseeb of suffering
b «sanity.
The Jamaica *• Meanei ” savslliat
a member of the West India (’tub m
LoYidoo, writing to a friend of lm
In Jamaica, says that it is (wing whis¬
pered In official circle* that His Ht«el
lewy H r Hyduey Olivier is piactically
booked for the appointment of Ootot
nerof HougKong, after hit tern» of
office in thii rolnny expii-^e The
correspondent addstfiat t>ie Impres¬
sion prevails that Sir Mydney would
Cerfer to return to the Colonial
ut that the men iu influence there
think that the services of so capable
an administrator would be of gi-eal
value to the Empire if they were made
use of in the Fat* Hasten) colony
The present (lovei nor of llótig Kong
Is Hi' Kiederick Lugatd, U M.('.(},
U.H.U, The dateof nis appointment
to the governorship was May 1. 11*17.
ills term will therefoieexplieon April
lOH Almost siinultanemisly rit
Sydney- Olivier's teun of ofllii* in
Jamaica will tome to an end for His
Excellency was appointed lowatd* the
close of April. Iw7.
The salary atuched tolbegomnor-
•hip of lioog Koog (inclnding «liter-
tainment allowance; Is |>«r an
num.
MOVEMENTS OF STEAMIRS.
Iba Boyal Hall Ftoam racket Co,—
See Page 2.
Konitikiljko W, fn-
diache aJftildietisL
The Koval Dutch Mm
—Aoxnt* t
IIkau Live ^khvick
PIHNS W1U I M III -Tin R«yal Dutch
Mall huh i • lhfnt Wiltem III '
BISHOP OF CHINA SAYS
EMPIRE IS SEEKING
CHRISTIANITY.
Bishop Lewis of China rr< «*ntly gave
_ very interesting nie
present sUtns of that cmmliy as well
as Its futute prospects legardtng a
change In govyumient to an audience
in Brooklyn, lie brought greeting*,
lie said, from “the newest republic
born outuf the most am lent empircj
But as to whether or uot Ihatiepublu.
will survive, tbe speaker believed it is
not a question of surviving because the
republic which U supposed to beexisl-
ing now (n China has not yet lx en born.
There is oow Iu China a sort of pio-
visional government, and no man can
(ell whattbe next step will be. China
has hopes for a republic, but the
realisation ««-u.s to bo far off, said
Bishop Lewis.
“China has felt,” he said, “the
touch of a new Ufe and a new inspira¬
tion. 1 know the nature of tbe life
that has tbnllod China and it is hone
other than Uod through his Churtb.
China is seeking to lisp tne first lessons
of the go.pel of Clirlst
Considering a {«public In the setise of
our government hete, theie Is not a
sign that such a re(Tublic could l** In¬
augurated Iu Chins at any time wi* hiu
the vision of a prophet. A few men
aie mgani ing Un govetrtmeut la
China, and only afew tan paitkipaUi
lu that government formally year* to
come. We now have theia a provi
sion.al oligarch, confined to a few, but
that few is of the beet iu tbe Empire.'
BisbopLusis weot on to say that
tbe Chines* tecs Is destined to become
the leading rate of Asia, lie dispelled
tbs fear of the yellow peni by saying
that Chmameu aie not a wailike
people and tbey think more of their
acholare, their merchants, agruukur-
Ists, aod ai tisana than they «lo of their
soldiers. 1h« Chiuatoan, too, he said,
Isa lover uf chltdrcn acid uue of the
giestest woiksisio • sis,
due here from AiuMt-idam ri i Pnrstnsrilio
! and Denman» on oi nltoul ..’ml April 19 t,
I pitMCMliiig Aftero rnjuut. Cjuitnia, ],a«>UA>irt, I'to. Cabello,
i Curtiao .la i'rltire and New i Ink taking caigo, pus
rocceraand malls
nitlNS WILLEM V.-Thc Royal I>uUh
I Mail Mraiuer “1'rlns Willrtn V* is
due hers from Venezuelan IVats on or
sltout X7th April 1912. proteedhig nftcr
wanla to Paramaribo, llstrii and Amster
•Utu lakinir carao paasuiigers and malls.
|)MtNS VVILMCU 1 —The lb»yal Dutch
1. Mail Meaiunr “ i'rin^ Willem 1” is
dm- I m frtun Aoisteidsui vis Paramo-
rlts) &. I>. ni.rura on or altout Otb May 1912
unKieedliia afterwards to Caruitano,
ItunmiA, Ciuanta. 1a (luayra, Pio Calwllo,
Curaroo. -la» mel, Aux ('a\en. l'oit an
lhlm< A.Nia koi'c takngenrgo, passSn
gels and malla
ÜltANJb NASSAI —The Royal Dutch
Mall btramcr * Orante Nassau la due
here from Venetuelan Ports on oi about
11th Mav IVI2, jirocerdliig «fieri arda to
l'araiaarlbo IIa> le aud Aiustei’dam taking
cargo, iiaksengera amt mulls,
lyftivs MaPIUTS —The lUival Duuh
I Mall chanter “Prins Maurits Is due
here (roin Amslerdam \U Parauiariho
and Detiieiars on or almut AKU Mav 1912.
Íu owed I ns afierasnla lo Carupnun,
Uitnaua. Guanta. 1a Guavra, l'to Cabello,
Curacao, .lactncl, Ana «‘me*. Port au
1'rlnce aud Ne* >oik taking cargo
ttaasengcre and malla.
I )ltINS FRhlJUlIC HKN'DHIK The
I Boyal Dutth Mail bleamer ‘ 1’rlns
Pretfrtk Hendrik in dut here from
Vonoaitelan l’oit*. on or at»mt 2Atb May
1912, proceeding afterwards to Parama
ribo Havre and Amsterdam taking cargo
pasa* ligera and tualls ^
Hamburg A men*
cao Lino.
Paul n. Schsehei a Oo
AQtrn
■\yiRGINIA—The s s. ,vVlrkinU-of tbs
V Hamburg American Line is due here
from Hamburg via bu Thounts on or
almut gird Aftrlh proceeding afterwenls
to Cnrupano, IjaGuaycA. l'to. Caimito end
Curacao, taking mail» only
MfCKLENlIUlW-Thes s. - Mccklett-
bntv of the Hamburg American
1 loe I»/lúe here from Venezuelan Ports
oo >tr abiutt April 21th ueit. proceeding
MtcrvnhTi to Havre and Uamburg via
si&lS* Kooiuklnko «V, in-
ilioa Maildionit
New York—rstam.rtl'O
Tf* KOTiL DUTrH MaiL-AO«VTS
COPPKNAMK,-Tbe as. f^oppensme
Is due here from Parauanlio on Moo
day 22nd April 1912. and will leave nest
day at noou precisely dirt* t for New York
taking carao, itoaaengers and mails
MAUOWIINK The e n “Marowljne
la dm- bore from New S oik ou Men
day mb May 1912, aud will Irate tbs same
day foi Paramaribo taking oargo passeu
gi m and mail*
UAltAMAtVA.-Tlie as. “8ar»Lascc*'‘
O I» duo here from 1’araiparltsi on Mini
day Hb May 1912. and will leavs next
' •- -- >n precisely dliect for New Yyik
day at noon r ^ ...
taking cargo, iiaaaeetfers end mails.
MAIimVIJNIk TJie s s. “Marowijiie”
ji due baik here from Ibiremai ft«o
via Uarbadoa on 1 ueeday 11th Msy 1912.
nnd will Irave next day at noon |xeciaely
direct for New Yotk taking targo pasaeu
gen, and malU
(tüi’PENAM, Ihe a ■ rioppenaiue'
j isdiu In i v fi urn i'aiamanbu on Moo
day Jitli May 1912 and will leave next
day at ikx.ii precisely direct for New York
taking
1 houias uklog cargo, pasaeogers and
mulls
of
» Trinidad 1 ine
S* Mcimcra,
Trivtpad Shippiko ano
„ . , „ Tradinu Co.—Aozkts
\l ARACAS.—TUSS.S. “Mara* as" of the
â–  *l frialdad Lins will leave New York
{u* Trinidad via Grenada ou tha 12th April
•■l»*11'» Udue to arrive hereou tbe 21st
April 1912. r
\|AYAK0—The ns. “Mayaro" of the
f'l Trinliia.1 Line will leave Trinidad
for New York direct on tbe 2¡«nl April 1912
«25» is due to arrive there on May let 1912.
riltO \V N OK NAVAIt/IK.—Tbe s.e.
V,y ‘Crown rfNavarre ‘of the Trinidad
Line w|J| leave New York for Trinidad
direct on (b«22rd April IWliand Is due to
*i rls e hf re on 1st May 1912.
\1 ÁMACAS. -The s.a. “Maracas cf the
. Line will leave ’irlnidad
(uv qjw York via Grenada on the 3rd
May 1912 and Is due to arriro there on
May Hth 1912.
GRENADA.—The a*. “Grenada” of
I be 1 rtnidad Line will leave Trinidad
V«*rjk >la Giroada on tbe J21at
May, 1912 end is due lo arrite there ob
May 29tb 1912.
Lamport té Holt Line
of Steamer$,
Geoiujh K, Alftoh A l
Co—Agents.
Tf ASA1U—The o.e. “ V’aaarr i« due
J het> from Buenos Aires on Sstuniav
2Hb AiwIt and will lesvs tbe saui* day
for New York via Dar talo*, Uklog cargo,
passengers and uisIL
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.
king iergn psnsMigers and toalla. _
tionipa^mo (ionoraln
Trau«*lUn ¡que
* LluTAl'i A Koe
. AniekT*,
IynilOlh-Tbe French Mail Steamer
“IVrou in due her* frote Venrsue
Ian |MMon or aUaitlht- HSUiAfwlI anti
will proceed afterwards Ui MartlohiUS
Guadeloupe hanfaoder, Bordeaux amt
Havre, Uali'if paMwugvr*,rarm> and tuail
U r DOMINOTE. “
PH
SUFFRAGETTE CODE.
AHI SINU NAMK ruH MINUTKIU.
U Uu iiriw.ll»» cl
, - - *' c»n
code
*1»^^
Mloletera, kat dM aotglvetke key. A
uoresspoodest sends theruliewlng wUrh
he states la the Correct key -
la uie now sum pieesi eiuin *
ttulffstfeUe leedor* en a dun efe
epéraoy. Mr- Budfcla ntentloaed the o
UMSwllh N0m3Xs the turnea e# Cold
Polity
Haovdrop
Willow
ftfettla
poplar
lime
Violet
Dock
Broom
AuuMtif codes
* Egypt for I
^ " «3
Mhni Xm
Mi Hirrell.
Mr Cbuichill.
Lord Haldane*
Mr
Mr. r>ydn^r l&xlen.
Mr, ldoyd Uaurge.
.. Mr. Jehu burw
Mr. MiKeaea.
Sir Edward Gr*>
Mr, Uarurur t
••■n In Intlmtoai oro
.As ynwhi Office, the
Tr—iry, aod “ Howe k>i
DOMrN(,riC. The Preach Mail
O H learner “tM Domlagoe ” from Europe
via (Ituuleloupe, UtrtlnluUe amt Ht 1 uria
ie dun here on or ataut lbs 2nd of May
ano will proceed afterwords to Demerai*
burlnam and Cayanas, taking cargo, pea
sengers and wells.
Fnalerick I tylautt
A uwtMDjr Lid
Tux Now luwHtiL Ca
Ltd.—AjenCe.
I OITIhlANAN-lbvns ‘ Louialnaiae
1 / la due fit-re from Liverpool»le Barbe
tli>* on oi niwui ffird April, proceeding
nfterwerda to La Ouayra, rio Cabello,
Cura.o.o.l hwu lUrt», ukl», .
¡swtrfti aod *~*’1*. u i|uar«uitiu«.
Tff&U» Th- u. ■ II. do.
IF b.n Inm LI««r»o< -1» MmI«íI.»ou
arsboo.Mkliu. wtJM^Io» .liri««rl»
toLaüuayro, rtO. (ohello anti ( uracao
taking cargo paasengvrs nu quarantine permits.
ARRIVALS.
lUtb.
Glayasa. Veusrhnr, Uosalea, .Wtons.
8 bourn, lYiatota) Colon, .Ml tona coal
and«paMcngrr*. To (la An de bar
hiuvy Com J« Vrnrx.
2utb.
luMAt 11 ADA Yeiws aloop, Marrano, 9
tons. I day, Cristobal Culou, l.UU coco¬
nuts, | hog glue and 7 pas wngera.
HiVtu . \cnsz srbnr, Uullarte,YU tons,
12 hours, Cristóbal Colon, ¿u Legs
cuccm and I poMrngrrs.
Cakom Rrtt atmr, iVskeissn. J.ltM
Urna. 10 hours. Grenada. Lav tons
general «.ergo aod 1 poassngsr, Xu
Jtoyal Mai] Ktraru PktCo
DEPARTCKKS,
April ltfth.
TiLmnDaksk Amcr barque, Hansen,
M tons, llalllmore, lkh.A , ttu tona
Trinidad i^ude lAks Asphalt. By tbs
New TiinkJsd Lake Asphalt Co
19th.
CoKttoaiHia Venes boat. Campo, J tons,
TucupUa, suudry pkgs atdse.
gutb.
f in* mi Veues ataop, Gonssles, U tons,
Pnmpatar. aundry pkgaintlss
lit iut Hr It attar, bloody, 24M tuns,
fiuupa II S A uallaat and 378 tous
«nal. By Gontun Grant A Co I^d.
Km>ha*sa V«ites ssbar, Rojas, 4k tons
GrUtuifal Colon, auodry pkge mdse and
U lawMigeA
Xi hmoMMU. Brit dat Mata, 0(1 tons.
Carupauo, sundry pkgs bmIss and i
pssiesgila
Mamista Vaaas sloop, CesUno. 81 toas.
Cristobal Colote suaJry pkgs uvdse and
d oasaeagere.
VkMSS : Voisqi asbnr, (goario, to tons,
utsMa) Ohm, sttwirj pkgs udsa, aud
UrMU..nim ahu, Bober tasa, 21 tons
•Ortagal, 2 boga segar and sundry
CLOSING OF MAILS.
(•la»K<>u Direct
l.iii.. iil’Slearner».
' I mi > i >>xi> Kuirriwu ano
I II t 4» Apt-Kit-.
i S o> L IMiLLk The *->.
( “ t rowu 4 coat lile U due horeCraiw
( lustnut proceeding afttuwaide U< Uvm«
ut* t* klUg «arfo passengers aud tiialU
AiAyra ttu.
wr rrlure by ike ‘ . _ _
lie rioted oe Moadar lie ffiná i
rm. pserleely Wagietfatlaa
** p-m
Malle fur Ntw kovk by tka a.e.“C*a
pauaasS wllitaikwad oa TaeedayBbd
, at 10 o. a».
I MalU fu« Jiaw kmknar *.• 'Mayara4
MalU for New k«k par *.* 'Maya
nil ta -Iceed oa Tuesday Bkd at gn,
lUgi-.UaUon ol 13Ü p-w.
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