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"INU. 9210 VOL, XXXI

ATEPHENS;

“LIMITED.

et

s ssers Dept.

Just Arrived
\Cu ote SHIPMENT OF

Bbigeratie ar of Ri M.S, Tagus.

Boa Teh 20e perth.
spered Herring, 40¢ ,, daz.
amouth Bluater 48e ,, doz,
wk Sausages. 10¢ per Ib,
get Cheese do & Teck
avCheese . 30¢per Ib’
we Chere 36e
quefort Cheese 60¢

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gb'Beetroot .. &e ,,*
seb Carrots Re ogy ys
seh Turnip Be oy
eet Cab bbay: xe,

MLETON DAIRy FRESH BUTTER | SY2LTI2
Cold. Lislo Thread Bor—with Fancy silk

8 ces): Pik Lin
ASLarge Selection of

{ French Luxuries

‘da Perigord, Tt nites Uroseos,
Fole Gras ian Ta Purés






Gis cu ote Me eaten
gitantine

alter ‘ a. 9uR, Gata:

‘Re Crive, tee 1 Gali Hors

Berk a’ Oearre
me, Hare ares, Erevan

Sissi Leading Grocers,

RPHENS LMITD.,

The Stores,

= iT 178 & 225,



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RMS. ‘TAGUS’

“Cod Fish, perth’ 20¢
On Haddocks . we
red Herring -

per doz i0e

Sausages, per db. 300
tinh: Back Bacon Bie
Hefort Cheese , 60¢

Midget Cheeso—

ish Fresh Butler,
Per lb ive} °
Cary, 400 Tass or

'S HEALTH & STRERCTH

[cocoa.

aad 2h Tin.
10 Casos of

arrot Food !

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|

CIGARELTES,





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flit.

. Each 60¢ cf 36¢. At

Chicken Meal, ete. ete.
SL ovnns CK Caz

Poof Bomsclicrs Joxtra

ine Chocolates With the Market entirely

EMOBRIS OF hOséM
Hat Ginger Ale,



wy
GILLETTE RAZ Ons—in Nickel & Black Leather Cases, A, B. MATHESON,
Do. *ocket Editions, Nickel ¢ Cases.

Do.
AUTOMATIC STROPPING
Gillette Razor Blades, only

FAuto Strop Razors, Strops and Razor Blades,

SAPETY RAZORS at 1/6 and
Gillet Razor Blades.

SPIRAL WIRE ARMLETS 8 cénts and 10 cents pair.

SHAVING SOAPS and CREAM.

BLACK BATSWING TIES in
Do,

Chechs—60 cents pair.

BOSTON GARTERS, 5

STUDS, LINES.

J. GLENDINNING & CO.
‘1 GRAMAPHONES 1 ! / BHUNSWIGK ear





GRAMAPHONES |



A LARGE SHIPMENT JUST TO HAND,

OF THE BEST SWISS MAKE. . mo
IN BEAUTIFUL WALNUT, DARK or LIGHT COLOL|CRISTIES SODA’ BISCUITS, 100 Kegs MISTHLA:



Tis mechantent of this machine fs the beas
bit of 19 ie of Swiss manufacbure, which
being cqualied by none,

Price : $15.00—$50.00, Cash, and on Easy Payment.

e Lundred records double alded—~10i0e, 2%as fo Bpanisb, Frecebd, Italian aod

ial To-Da ay.|=z agli, ‘Of ibe latent operes, comes, bands and dlalogues "



17 FREDERICK STIMEET,—
HENRY D

—————————

SENSATIONAL BARCAI
* 6,000 Pictures





sant vr Dining Rooms, Public

Hat

April 16:b—In2.

FOR SALE!

oseverreE

BUILDERS & CONTRACTORS
WILL BE PLEASED TO HEAR THAT

boat's Dog Niscuits rue goHOONER “ALBANI” FROM MOBIL.

ith a Select Cargo of

« Has Just arrived vi

ROUGH & DRESSED

Dsiimred te te fume ett “Atored oa es nO Rion OE ey any f4 ‘ bs
Sear ae tee, as i
baro of this Hie grade of Lumber, in- ia Sci fapiot need is na onber for Y B & | dl, MY coteas Tete re Heh Oxon, ite at
7 kied Jo ‘valjt aaiges q sant datentire, ered.
tended buyers will do well to necure their selections | ot signed ed we gitar Mr : in si assals [ 0S. Von Con at ares Si c Sore

Uc,



sorte, aud te dan all parposes, viz, Chopels and Bichoola, Ho'ele and Rests

Trealdes SPECIAL JOB LOTS for Wholesale Buyers!
BALE cpen tromfthe tor MAY at The CAMELIA, 61 Queen bt, Portof-Spale,
Anthony Toulon.

Comprising 308,726 Feet.



"VE OFFER THE ABOVE, AS USUAL CHEAP,












TRINIDAD WEDN ESDAY MAY 1

GLENDINNING'S,

Latest - Novelties

JUST ATRIVED FOR

wine x Delicacies, Our Gent’s Dept.

THZADHD FIRE LESTRERGE to.

ter,
(MOTOAL & CO-OPERATIVE.)

am, Ghnoox Street

TELEPHCNE Ko, 20

TRIENNIAL stRiP AND. ANNUAL
iW DIVID

OLDERS: st 'Pallcles pt this Ocn-
Sul p may bow
ay's Uillce foe thelr

For second trieontal Scelp Issued for
Policies dated 1005.

The Annual Gash Dividends sot 5
cent ated Devembe
1911, on firet ud teonnd scrip for
Pollcles dated an on
first scrip for I clleteee dated IOs 190;
and 1008 are also ready for aisteibation,

Becietary aod Treasurer,
of Bpalo,

MACHINES—for Stropping Petared Bae 1012

6c each.
Trinidad Building and
Loan Association.

OFFICE; 18, CHACON, STREET.

Telephones a2,
[IDENDS a tp per cent to [0th
une

per cent to Sist
December 1911, wera declared and

1, senctioued at the last General Meoting
a forlovening & Ate. wie. {sete ubw ‘being eredited to the
or cyching wv respective accounte, after which the
car, a © Deval Btatcment of the Auditors wilt
be sent to the Shareholders,
1 Members whose unsdvanced Shares
have now matured by said dividends
are requested to apply for the Cash
balances standing at their credits;
and Members whose Mortgages arc
now matured may call at the Ofice of
the Asecclation for thelr respective
Releases and for the Cush palances to
which they may be entitle

A. KE. MATIELSON,
Secretary & Treasurer,

Port-of-Spain,
March 1, 1012,

5/- each, for uxe with the

HAVING BRUSHES,

Just “Roce ivod,
Aut Fresu anp Nick
Slightly Comed I Pas Feet

4 ‘Toes
ort

A popular [and high-grade brand, Trial !
ever fntrodaced [ato thls country: every | fot $b pigs. Eoeteon at Bo to a Balt all puries,
is concseded amongat those who KNOW Try them and be coovia ared,

Branks Beef Fasence.

BRAND'S Al Sacce—2 siz bottler.
” Browaleg for Srarice * ree
o Corry Powder, Carve

SOUPS Her Nock Teale ‘02:
fa © Ma-tall, Malligas

° Tips
i me Tongues in

“ 2 ¥ = ” ” Celery
THE LITTLE SHOP. " Orlord aed ¢ Camtritge Sausages fo

ICK,—A Man You EXnow } prod & Co. iva Biases for al Meat
a. gverress and U0

N- ADVERTISEMENT ! ater

at Half-Price |!



i OAo
ey, 7 elon at ldo rit tio,
ised Gloger Chips, §&1b
& 13, Eszanea of Apchio-
& shite,
iw ted Hcklec Chow chow~Girkioe,
Cealif Rowers wae see ‘es While
Unde V negar, Mate V!
5, & 2, Dise Buealees o—Home vf ae ‘osost papa.
lar brands at regular prices) 11, &

Go, awn carat
0} etade fole geae Trofle
baile, and Clob Hoome- Alll going a heady tine aod 4 tare 5 Froltemeu
te sin baeae Qala 60 arosiment

Au i

M. W. GOODING.

TELEPHONE «@.

DE SILVA'S
Funoral &stablishment
Livery Stables
63 Abercromby Street

HLF, COU Manager.

veargesae

AWAITING SHIPMENT.

Nov.-4, 3811.

Notice.

PIT6H PINEBOARDS

Mes ed oe MiMELMO,

me
1 NEWBOLD & CO | ins ree n—se, _ i

spol atthe ent
For first sear? sob for
Poliwies dated 108,

‘60 Half Casks MISTELA,

ECEPIION VAULT. fm CORPSES

1912

| BARBADOS. —

=——
(Marvellous ~ Values MARINE ~ HOTEL

Wil remain Gpen

P ane ‘Ror the Summer. Season
WEDDING OUTFITS "Sse
— AT —~ agement of

, nder (he well-huown matic

MR.E.H. ARMSTRONG

INCLUSIVE MONTILLY
RATES —May to November,

FROM 45 DOLS. UPWARDS,

location of

Skeoch & Go's

NEW GOODS NOW OPENING,

According to
rooms,
April Wth—Wa, Sew,

WISI0BI8 TORI INSIITUTE

——— ) eee

A LECTURE



Silk Cords-Silk Girdles.
All Shades Cashmere at 12 cents.

BLACK AND NAVY DRESS MELTON AT 246. «Rarni nD \”
Cambric All-Overs and Flouncings.| i ws oe

Ly Mt NOWMAN “LAMONT

~ tN

FRIDAY, 10th MAY, 1518,
Ar awl

Aum anton Menbers on Avsoulalos
tle Fustituton th K.

She Fublie Que stullig cache
Dontistry.

DRA. MARQUE,
Cfico : 81, Frederick Street.

PECIAL Hepocteuce fa Gold Crowns,
S Bae and Betdgs work, Tare modere
ate, Vunctaslity end estisfecrion gaire
anlecd Ia ell brascher~Telenhone 618

GIVERNMENT NOTES.

CROWN LANDS OFHCE,
b Apri, 1912,

Trigonome'rical Survay.
| EUBRRING to Uoveroment Notica

GREAT BIG VALUES IN EVERY DEPARTMENT.
JS KEOCH & CO.

12 Frederick Street,
UP-LO-DATE DRY GOODS MERCILANTS.



















Just Received.







i Li PHANT BRAND.

10 Half Casks CLARBT

OBLEPILAN.

SCOTT, BOYD & CO.

6, BROADWAY TELEPHONE 132

—_— ————=—==—_ |

6 h.
a a I. ¥, GANTEAUME,
Bab Lateodaat of Crown Liads

7 ae UEDA BEEDS,

eee oala fe

aval'alle tor & od tha
Othes at the following price,
Coder seeds por 1,00) 0.0.0: 10 cents

Oyp eecds 4, 10 re:
We AL wORDOR
Actg, Uo'oulal Neciecary,
Both Aprile

DEPANI MEN T “or AGRICULTURE,

pe follarlog rants ae termed fur
1 wub srquiced iusweduately
they cou Le femrred velll fue a-
Hapucaia Nate (Lesyth's Zibaee)s)
(very piuilter tw Beart pute) . Sa each
bierra leone Uvilea 1 { 00} *
Caray .
Roble



B (9, wdia werawanthas)
Bdcela odorata) are gow
Crowa Laras











W._¢C_ ROSS & CO
COLONLAL DISPLNS.ALRY,
{Westcets, 2ees7)
HEADQU ANTES IN THE WSL ENDIBs 101 ALL TUF MOST

RELIABLE ENCLISH, FRENCH & AMERICAN PATENT MEDICINES

dryt for anythin aired in the Drug Tine
Ie, silane reser BU fons” Accurately Viepared at ali bows

Blectrio Night Belt. Queew Street,
TD

Vout te

Aip Joatbone eh ould be addreseed ‘0 Ibe
Aaslesang Director of Agreu'tue, Si
Clair Expe.rment Station. opy

Director ot Agriculture,
enna arena ara a

eee lta MOUSE.
Apnea



SS eee

ust « . Aprived, Dee ee

Gulaoe is published, with « bea stattog ia
AND FOR SALE. rae se cones
Bx STORE:

400 GASES “SILVER GHURN” MILK, |es%

Coloalal Hecrnary,
Is - PULL CIMeaa ”

TIERUES NEWFOUNDLAND CODFISH,
Drums HALIFAX CODFISH, Large.

(Ne, i.

Avis AUX NAV ud TLURS
siece Betires gon

poe
tettales ove Fectod rene ds | oe deugtts
Va are wre re é
qeaud te fase wemewest ats & sources
amd

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8 So pit PORTOPSPAIN GAZETTE WEDNESDAY MAY 1 1912,
| NUTROTONIQUE +. ENGAGEME





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a aeNent 7. |S
Preserves Health WW. L. } U. . S. .
Restores Vigor. | RIIN GS.
A delightfully pleasant Cordial~Tonic AR ‘OPPOSITE -
Sultablo for Young & Old. G AGE RAU-.WAY STATION. MAXIM v
. SOLD BY ALL CHEMISTS. PEIONH - - 7 86. TALUE QUAL ary we
TAINTED AMAaioAN miuae Tae, | || $1,.200.0 LUE,
THE INTER AMERICAN DRUGS RADIN BUICK $1,200.00 ; _



MOTOR CARS COMRLETH.
The Best Car at the Price.

Thig Product can be obtalned (rom the Sole Agems, SMITIL BIOS, &
00,,—The Bonanza Drag Stores, Port-of Spain, Sangre Cirande and
Arima, both Whelesale and Ietall,





HATS. —arp— {Ribbons

HENDERSON'S”

‘ -~ OUR STOCK OF. “

HATS, HATS, HATS!

BHAPES AND TRIMMING MATERIALS IS COMPLETE
AND UP-TO-DATE

SEROY - ECLG-EL

PEIOERIS.

DC Cree

THE TRINIDAD JEWELRY CO4

31, Frederick Streett













WH SHLL ANY GOOD MAKE, AND
REPAIR ALL MAKES.

WE ARE ENGINEERS---INVESTIGATE OUR CLAIMS.

Motors cannot be repaired without Tools—
We have Them.


























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BHLDOM is any Prep
“4 tion so highly praised



r ' “We bea longeide of ve 2 ~ aw:
ARE THE STYLES & VALUES OF OUR MILLINERY DEPAR'MT | T]TANIO'S CALL, FOR HELP HEARD PROV | withietaenun Rts ect Universally Recommended

vind

Pertussin

&, 3

It has won for itself on:
Continent a Recogs
Position in Theraped
and among the Med
Profession. a

It will be to your adyantage to see our Lines

Two of the 15 hoata were the ocollap-
sible kind, low, flat rafte with colle
sible canvas sider, Each would bold

WIRELESS OPERATOR OF CARPATHIA, OFF DUTY, PREPAR- | frm 1075 comicctably. | We found
ING TO RETIRE, BUT HAD NOT REMOVED APPARATUS {8 reckane. We took the boats on
FRUM EARS WHEN HE CAUGHT DISTRESS SIGNAL—HAU ,deritew
CALL COME TWO MINUTES LATER IT WOULD HAVE | , The committee wanted to extaitiah

tha point as to who ls master of a thip
GONE UNHEEDED, at eca. Captain Roetron sald tha!
. the captaio was in absolute control,

legally and ‘otherwise. He asset!
Poattively that the “Titanic” was on
he southern route, which makes, he
added, a great circle to avoid ice at
this season ot the yeu. Me sald it was
New York, APRIL J9.— It was} supplied with necessaries of every kind | movt exception ave warnlogs ©
brought out at the first fiession | The puree and the slow = re Iceberga to that cicinity. nd he

a aft the enate nvestl- § deputed to assist with the rece nO}

pating Comuittee, proving the suevivors op board, and their This ~ ume, He said that be had gone at
“Titanic” disaster, that the inte He's

DENTIALLY siuking condition. The oocupante
I e had been taken out by another boat,





9, FREDERICK ST.

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4

Flowers | 12 Exchange |MOUNTS








R.MLS.P, ston Packet Go

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Special to The Toronto Maitland Empire froma Saf Correspondant,







ARENT. —The 1LM.S. Trent” Ie dua hers from New York, vis

,Antllla (Cuba), Jamaica, Colon, Cartagena, and Pto Colombia on Monday
the Zoth Inatant, and will leave the next day for Sovthamptou, via Barbados,

. BL Michaels (Azores), and Cherbourg, tating 1st claes and deck passengers,
cargo and mails. .

The tender will lesve the Lighthouse Jelty, Queen’s Wharf, at 4 pm, with
peseongere for the“ Trent.”

let clans ngers for Kurope are specialty notified that a baggage lgbter to
be despatched to the Trent” will Jeave the St, Vincent Wharf, at 1 p.m. on
the day of sailing, and pgers are therefore requested to eee that their
bigwage is sent down before that hour.

All baggegelor Harbados must be delivered to the Company's lighter at the
bt, Vincent Wharf pot Ister than 9 ans. on Tuveday Che dkib tostant for Luni.
gation, Any baggage which bas not been famigate$ cannot be received on

rd.

tion, aod orders were issued to keep 1 full
cepting for tbe wireless call for belp | the ateerage passengers clear of the ¢
sent out from the doomed liner by the decks an eat or ths ginieg row,
* Carpathla was 4! ether rovie | so ey wou not eo way when
dential, ‘The Cunander eSaly cleried | the eurvivors were received) “The skein the chance of saving numer-
one operator aud hehad just. gone off | chief steward was also ordered to TE fl Ik
duty, when the *OQD,° the call of | have coffee, tea, and soupin the dining ‘ ie rab knew of Me, Tamar.
gea Vearels for help, came through the | saloons, and also to bave blarkets Nya wher the * Cerpathia”, he sald,
air from the striken Titanice The | tbereand on deck Io readiness. My if,°% I ep the laet boat was along:
grerator ea tbe Carpathia was un. cabin and all the eftleers: cabloe were eure the passengers were getting
ressing, but fortunately, be el given op, and the dining-room an .
apparaiie athe ear ‘aod caught the e etlog oon were given sup to the aneentate Rostron mentioned | that,
dliress signal. Two wwlnutes later he] use of those coming, end all berth ehtere eee maulpment of the “Car
would have been jn bis bed and In| space was turned over for them, All [ets was good for only 200 wiles
sleack of 745 survivors there would | hands were ordered called, the boats ordi esceptional conditions under
probably hav¢been none left lo tell | were slungout, and at each gapgway i may for not more thaa 130, Dure
the tale of tbe greatest sea tragedy pt were Flaced officers: lee In th 4 ae, oe et or mer ie would Bot
‘
the age, when steamere following In Wa made the 58 miles In three an ‘wh e thing, be added, was proyiden-

Its Introduction in Triuidad judging from §
cited Testimonials is doing much to
curcof ieritablo Cough,
chitis, Asthma, Whe
Cough, and all affections of the
and Larynx, 5



PENEZUELAN SEWVICE —Owing noo (uassntine restuctions, tbe services
\ temporarily eurpended, oe ia

NTIA.~ Ibe 8. *Talantia “will nov be golog to Veuesuéls,
B Carupano, Pampatar, and La Gusyras, on the i8).b instant owing to
Quarantine restrictiony atthe above mentioned ports,

JATALINA. ~The K. 21.8, * Uatating “is due bere frou Londou via Barba do
C and Greuada on the Ist May, and will leave the next day for lemerara,
iS. * Orotava’ te due here from Southamplon vie Cher

+ a

There is nothing that will so[eflectually"yaq

and cure the Disagrecable Symptomm]@
precede a cold. a

~— tbe f¢ badjahalfboura £ stopped the engiaes a
0) bourg, 8% Michaels (Azores) and Barbados on Tuesday the 7th May and | becourse taken by the Titanic P t 0 3
bi leave ike nulla Bey oe ine yee rie. one tombie, Cartagens, Beton, the tee. idee open boate adrift In fee re enue it vas 2c unet tte “Our wireless operator was not sup- W hat an B rity
aoe ad a ann se et hoaee dete eran eee alls CAPT. ROSTRON'S STORY. made out « flare about half 's point pootd to bs on duty at all He was , Y. ie
with paneer for tbe“ rotara rs vot down ag { Cpt lusomeia 72” Cen Sommibtes| om Ue Meshes! iii” whe tight Ruagiotnd. intwonlowiermer we Physician of Le
Pasengers are epectally notified that thelr baggage must besent down to pt, Hostson said : « @ Dic ft ene should not haveheard the “Titaulc’s” ‘ i gs N. e
writes of PHRTUSSIN. 4

“The Carpathia was only 68 miles} seemed oo high I was almost sure the message.
fiom the Titaato when the call for| Titanic” must still be afloat, It wae, OSES po, ed
help, came, tial” exclaimed Re w little after that that ye made oub an laly it She wTitaoite Beal ee
* Preovidentia exclaim re: | ice oa our po We weon
sentative Hughes, no longer able to }243 ant o'clock we were passing Ice | *4ppiled with-water and food,
control bia eniotion, bergeon either eideof us, Abdio the | in. oy tf frat
“Poosidential,” repeated the cap- | first boat wasalongeide. But just be | oii, There w ‘ been complied
tain. “The whole t ing. Our Wire-| fore getting to it we saw aa iceberg water breake reat read tanks and
less operator wae noton duty, but as | ahead, and bad to starbuard my helm. tlced. and i on It the bosts [ no
he was undressing he had the appara. PICKED UP THE BOATS. ema,” saw bread In some of

the Company'slighter atthe St Vincent Wharf, not later than 9 an. to be
taken to the barge for fumigation, .
In all other reenecta the *sOrotava ’ vill work in etrict quatantioe,
The FCM.“ Batantis’ willleave hereon ‘Tuesday ih Alay
for Grenada, St. Vincent, St Lucia, Dominica, Montserrat, Antigua,
Nevis, and St Kitts, taklog passengers, cargu, and mails,
The tender will leave the Lighthoure Jetty, Queen's Wharfatd pa, with
pweongers and thelr bagaage for the Balaotia.”
Ca for the * Balantia” will be received only upto 2 p.m, on Monday

Ihave much {pleasure in informing you that,
used your proparation PERTUSSIN in
sician’s practice with very great succesly

"

@

Ae far as I can seo,” he sald, all

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the 6uh Maye aveeeeneree tusat higear, Two minutes, he would “The fret boat which I picked up ere nd ‘
ERBICH—The M8. * Berbice’ will insro un ‘Tuesday the 7th May, for | bave been in bed, and we never would | wasinchargeof an officer. Inaw he a

RB Demerara, taking passengers, cargo, aod malls, havo heard.” was not iocontrol of her, He san ST ANDREW' :
The tender will leave the Lighthouse Jetty Queen's Wharf at 1 pm, with | Capt. Noetroa told a simple, appar. out that be had only che seaman, 20 $s COLF CLUB. CAH BE OBTAIXED AT ALL DRUG § 1
passengers and theirbaggsge for the * Berbice,” ently atrelghtforward story, thrilling | had to manceuvrea litte to get him] , —~, yy
Cargy for the “Lerbice” will be received only up lo # pim., on Mon. | from Ite wey simplicity an the sallor- | alun tide. oF the Unie we had got todbs Vice President's Prise Medical . » ‘S
dew thasth May, mau quality of the narrative, @ first Tot on board 18 was making | forre ad oe ae pitt, Play, © holes -—AND— Fe

day, and then J saw about me the' re
“Wo lett New York Aprill}." eald [of the boata, In the neighbcurhoog | as owlng to the death of Mrv May
Capt. Hostron, “aod up to Sunday | also were about twenty Icevergs, rang. | et podjponed to be announced later,
roidoight had fue, clear weather, At | ing from 150 to WW feet high, with nu.

32.33 o'clock, Monday morning, { was | merous emellones of the kiod we cal} ————=
informed by our wireless operator of | *growlers’ pinging up to ten of t

urgent distress elgnals from the Tt- | twelve feet iInheight, \We had all the 0

tacic, The operator told the firat Bople from the boate on board by EMERARA TURF CLUB.

Va RUN ibe i.8. Ca rool” will eave this port oo Wednesday the 8b
C May, for Havre and Loudon, ‘

=The [%. “Dee” Te due here from Loaduu via the Northern
D Aslends on the Hib May, ’
SPECTION.

Lt PASSE! AEDICAL | ern islands, Demerara, Marbados, aud
Europe rowt Firevenk themeeclree atthe Port Health Oftice, for Medical Ia-

Arnott, Lambie ‘







~ uolor officer, and be and the operator o@ were then ver; — 4
ppection ab trae Yorthern Istands Aether headein my docrway and { where the * Titanic’ bad ne down, THE WINNINGS, -
4 1 let and Zod clas Idipe, I bad just turned in, The | wherea lot of wreckage, brokea-up — ARR
lob & od class. [1 a.m, ob and codclass .. Jp.m, message that had come from the | staff, but wothing large, wea floating | The following are ‘ibe winnings of MARINE! SQU.
Deckers . Wam eckere www. SPE ‘Titanic geve her position as latitude | about, At 8o'clock the Leyland Moer | the successful horses at the recent 3
Barbados and Europe Al degrees 46 minutes north, Jongl- | Californian” had come up, and ashed ] Spricg Meeting la Demerara, > emery #
. Jeb modZod class .. = pw, tude O0 degress 18 winutes west. I | Mfebe should saarch around, Teed URNIDAD. ait
Deckers . 2p, cannot gire atthe moment our exact | ber please to do, eo, Immediatsly| Atblete wu we MUT wD ar a
NOTICE. tortie Now York thas of te recetpt of | hed aaa eoreaane on boerd we} ee oO 00 =i 4
ABSENGERS from Trividad to ether Barbados or Kurope are respectfully | the distress signal was exactly Tas for thane’ whe "were nemseds neds Acirese . “PSO
P informed that it will be becesary for them to undergo Medical Inepection pin, Sunday. burlal service, a 33 0
by the Port Alealth Oficeron arrival ab Barbados before prallque te given to] Thle accoun ator the nbparent die “of 1 body f R b Bakvados, ~' ia :
theah erepanc wee et ited eaw only ots proach (Mr. ‘0)... 8072 fae
Tessengers are therefore corneelly requested to bein readinese to atwond Ia | b Pavircleve for the binkin er the | Water,” vald’ Gaptala Ime 8 be . ‘ DERINCE ee a > t a |
men "“GIRCULAR TICKETS Pumenaere, | at Terories Uy M8 lari, ath Mase macrand tess | Mew Wilee’™, 7, 2 OFFICIAL NOTICE:
° “I lmmedlately gave ord lfe-preserv: af = ” vbw "
t Dane tickets are fssued from Trinidad to Bouthampton via New York | theship.” resumed Captale Neston | onepf the crew. Ie tae only” Byes f “tite : a

and back direct Lo Trioldad or eice verea for an loclusive fare of £50,
There tickets areavalable between New York and Kogland and vice osrea by
steamere of the Amecican, Allantic Transport, Cunard and White Star

i.e
one Uchetoare avaliable for 1 monthe from date of sue and permiani
wis obtalred to break the voyage at any orall ports touched st on the direct

ares,
Beoond class tickets are issued at anu exelusive char oS,
obit 1 (013 years half fare * " ee of

* Lasked our operator twice If he wae | dred yards from the ship au id DEMERARA,
alwolutely certain aa to the origia of pisinly even, Iyloz oa one aide, ibe Collaton (Der Massiah's) - $400
the distiess elgnal, and upon tecelving | bead awash. I'did not take lt aboard, | Neid we Mt

assurance, picked up a polat on our | Krom the bosts we touokthreedead| Ugly... a TRI T)
course ani set a cuurse to north bd] men. They had dled of exposure. AG+ ome
west, trus 58 miles from my pusltion, other man, ose of the crew, was / 98) 00

MIDE PREPARATION, brought oa board, end died that BOF due (nT. .
burted até pm. Oneof my Gero Of Thaler mes . ° a +m 0

HE following rule having been passed at §
Meeting ofthe Club, the attentiwn of all on
trainera {4 specially called to tio same os wcll
fact that applications for licenses may be DM,
before May ith, a

TRAINERS LICENSES. 9

“Pthen sent forthe chief e.ginset

nd ordered him to call apoth cers aud thoee of the “Titanl. ;
‘Maat allng wo Bos srecttrihinte het meas [EMRCHL OMEN eras | gue
a '. . ie 1 wae al g
TRENT Bith April . first officer orlere to knock off all the omen had been injured. He kala #710 00 | RyLR—No trainer shall be allowol to train horses 00 tbe a
sana As May. Bak Leet an emetginey. | Theat | the, boale were betrebe ca aia | Kereater tile, NY. Cannon's) g3 cp race meetings are he'd ander ‘Turf Olub Rules uo
Labol if ne of Bagrago eh the chief officer. the purer, tbe | #ll hey (pjured above the arms, | Dartiog _ oe Z fg . obtained & Lasse from the Stewards of the Club. the ww
Panarersare rejested Loneeiber all (oie Eejatas rary labeted | Mop eaeor ane ee shiet lamas: | Miaee levers ot that Kind. | | tadien“Queew eee a mast bs epplied for annually el, of a
fox shiprseot. ° _ tester, with ble avdstante, eboull | bebe . omnes he Club, s. revokable at any timeat the plessu’ ve
“Favor al farbor particulars ayy at fete cts cea he | arg ot eared re | aera ta oy guia to sare for aay nie unet °
4 pi y, 2 os + god the | ond pore up splewlidiy whea they | Mblasauuve . teu ands of @ hoansed trefaer, ’
JHE COM ANY’S OFFICE |[xctsee the peal wy SIETEEN LIPEUOATS, a 8 The fod shell be $5.00 por year or part of your) wp st
LUNTUY-HEAIN, MARINE BQUARE, ee Ot ae eee wee to te fal vo ge meny litebdate wery there” scons - ", 1H ALBEIT H. CIDE G
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New Benares Ware| “BONANZA | LADIES
JUST ARRIVED}ZAT Gents * Outfitters, BLA CK ‘I Cr










ca lr . MESSRS. SMITH BROS &..C0.,
TWEEDS EWEEDS | Laee Boots. Respectilly beg to inform the Public

EA OEL ‘ '
24.“ MARVELLOUS ' MARVEL BUREAUX
i CUBAN HEELS, eve
Wee iN Hon BS made up in their workshops during the
Ove . e ¢ ld
: “ee , 4 AN ERICAN 5 HAPE. They have a further fot of 4S now
NEWEST DESIGNS, —PRICE FROM ‘going through che Machineshop which



VASES,





2DOLS. TO 3DO PER Y.
LS. PER YARD. they hope to have ready by the end of

CREAM. & STRIPED: GRIGKETING | SPECLAL, VALUL : |thewedk ° O°”



—OF_- .
Gils, isso, ual Gr ildren’s Millinery PLANINELS. ; | ; Comparison of this Bureau
fi D
Roady to-Woar~Hats. TU ISSORE. S|! UITI NGS S al P Dated ang Finish is
New ‘Range of stiides—30c to 48e per yard. 6 , :

BLUE SERGES, BLACK VIGUNAS, __ | Price, Unrivalled $9,60

And Pinhead Coatings..The Best Value in Zawn f

SMITH BROS. & Co.| THF

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Vatrimmed Rate.
SEWEST SEYLES AND BEST VALUES [2

VITH BROS. & GO. [THE BONANZA, | swith BRos.-& co.

a t for euch action anda delegation met He trles ta score another point, —aagigantle representation of the Im-
BOBO t LATEST TELEGRAM the * Laplaod and megeph: ned to the | by aseuming that the bunkeaiog busi. perial bird
H wast GED BOLLE 8 SIS of — survivots advising thein not tu submit | eee may be driven back to ite old nd ictesror Bruna Kruse, the well koown ‘
WAT. & Panama Telegraph Company, | accordinaly Alter landing they be uartereat St, Luca, St. Thomas and ith” bes rors coin tuinio nate te feat y
es | CALA UOMANAgeabla and — threatened at hades, if we inipove a tax of Ts per ay enormous bronee eagle toucrve as e
. to rush the dock gates, They were | ton on bunker couls Hefore consider. tgure bead for the rene rator. With aa
ng pens our baS0n released aftera tow depositians had { ing thia queetion further, will Mr Imperial crown on [ts pheul, and Its out.
4 Davies kindly inform us the amount apread wings enfolding {he bows of the















been taken, the majority tefusing to y.
testify except tipon the advice uf theit [ of revenue this bunkering trade brings monster vewel, Ht will bea tulghty bird

PROPOSED RISE IN RAILWAY | vo oot tfive necxiox sete ete a ae aanrhatiseent Uipet the wlogee (rom ime beak tothe

yr 4 e ‘ itb the bunk by tl ‘tu
M Re. PLY. OF TIS elas So RATES OPPOSED. | ater arse Het A Baath [aera ae ezee ne

TITANICS SURVIVORS AT PLY Po not for one mowent «hte de. EASTERN MARKET,

anpton,
ul M OUT. SEANLN'SAND FIREMENS DE | cry the baukerug or any other basi
ous is - MANDS, ness, but when such stress fa led ©0 GLOPATIUNS OF MARKETABLE ©
RF > . 7 a4" The Li 1S. lo teinmportance ta Trinidad, 1: tloea N aioe
or Sale by MAJOITS AID OF ER AHSTIFY men’s Union has Teeolved not w wail téconterbule tothe fends of this Cot com tupiTiEs,
on any steamer unless ite repre ) oy, ontekle of the £4 per Lon, tonnage un Apel, 11
MEAT.

dues? Tt eniploye a bectain amonat

AS JUST BEEN RECEIVED |DAUL H. SOURERIR i 6) HIGHER WACES OR BETTER Miesaving equipinent or thelt sages | of labunt, butte wane fabour would Pop Oxen arte Ufening putoe 1.







ri

f . bunk 1 fr
LIFE-SAVING EQUIPMENT. | (ccs “titco‘otichate “nuse ‘attend | Weep water sbattes | Gall Lollbe “Salton pricg a

: Exc S.S. “~PHEROID.” - and i (losin

. . Mr Davies b aljection toa ta Togs Bilin Opening price Ihe, (fos
TUREATENED STRIKE BY SEA- oniontet wilt refuee tuly con an bela pad on “coal * imported fu |? ’ tt peice Ie, seit
ip 0 UA 0 R Hi} E RS PRO Mi PTLY SoLE AGENTS EN AND D FIRE EN, Yeavel cartyingy new umonista or dareaticr luse what will etme yen ee toe ios prlee dk. He. and
“ . o there sa hie ae far *
z HOUNDSDITCH BATTLE IN would not sttite SIM wore secacle heavens rahe den law the your bun Tu ae 2tlts, belhog price J. 26 aud
va -AT~ deoics these terma then supporting [| Aerera. aa
AT BOSCH MAGYETO COMPANY, LTD, — strikes eleewhere, iyi s Ta conclusion, after carefully study SRARTABLES, UMOLND PHOT sm, an.

Mi PARIS POLICE AND AUTOMO0- AUTOMOBILES. BANDITS FIGHT. | ing Mr. Dastee a arguments, I can on Mentitut Dardoor, Con balls, «Soup
. e Paris ti nered the | say inthe language of golfere he has habltant, Gltyger, Unbbages, Spice,

‘ie Shi ' & Tradin Com an Im i Manis Savane, BILE BANDITS, automobile vadite, “Bennet and “bankered” bi imei Pariae, Oriest bigeon Peas, aie
Phone 184 = and Dubois ina fibrake and Cholsy- . Law Ranoorrn Iyer, Ondtuagy uatines, Ochroes, Hot Sauce,

. COURT, SEASON il 30th. Irojpad a hele anaritinie ‘engege ‘th April Wis Sinall uanity—1"lantains, Tanias, Yams,

On Saturday Sthe Kin rode in Hote} ment in January last. year. ‘The Cash Cush, Cucumber, Sweet Potatoos



















ten Row formally opening thé season, | bandits had an unliolted ‘suppl pt f
re TR N GAS LIN & ot STEAMERS LOA NS MADE The sooutmule ion of fuurtione oa ae smmunltion and Svolieyed "at wil I TWO OEE ES a ARcED Peatifal Cashew.” dave deen
, - count of urt mourning an ee ibs ie echatged repeat i pelite deval) tily Plow A M
i. , NEW YORK OFFICE, 99, BROADWAY N dustrial erlals wll make if an unusnal- maitre, Hall y the me Ne ye a red jeree, Plow Avgiew Mangoes,
- - t , '
i For GRENADA, TRIMDAD and DEMERARA, Carrying Through ° I beleg arrenged for the Couria to be | fighting and Lubole, poleoned. himecit Amb udli ew, ASTER Gifey AND Hlentltul—-Carite, Had Flsh, Teteteu,
i heldou May 34th and th, Levers | afier the wall fell, Two policemen | ( Ordinary—Parrot Fish, Carangne.
pe: Freight for Tobago and Ciudad Bolivar. - Gono A * ESTATES | 3 mill ba heldeon Hey enh sod Jun were wounded, "They weve many | arauietHare WRUEVER Avaater win | Del V grentuz sual Lage, Seluion, Small
y b oe dateof the Atate e heave | witnesses of (he war and corres: SERIUVE AND OKDEKED £2
CRO EO 3 oom AEE rarne, Ip12. hs f _: : not eet been fized. Their Majesties | pondents took countless photographie COMPRNGATION, Kaus plentiful Fowls Ordinary ; Manl-
— willateo attend racess the naval aod | which Allinoumerable coluunapruis | cou and Ducks swall qnautity.
5 a : a vf Ty 2 - WITHOUT ANY mallitaay tournament and the horse itspaicas Guard * hondrede net fot fe gy Rollow Ties ohh
1 uarde oanted D lore fn re we —————
Fees FEES : a a | Be BEE evooeans wanewony, [sas quauen | artnet wraatioaiaa
“2 bor ecles will succeed the late Were Sumiaon y Alwx | Gustave, Pe
_! a o <5 4 SPEOIL CoNnDITION Marquis of Watertord a combiinder Th NARBURNT OU U t. \ fiterly, mans fog aswaclttig, i heatlog DEATH OF MRS. G. H. MAY.
" — — ‘ of tbe South of Ire'and Yeomaury ao e Bazar quarter at Damascus hae .
Op Navanne = Mar 15 Mar. a 93 IMar. 2 star. 29 bape 4 Apr. 13 FROM Yroat preparations are belng mai@ for | been burned. | Damage two joilliun Yar ahbeared to prowcute aud Mr. It f We regret to Annouues, the beesing
a Mar vé [Mar. 30 /Mar, sal api, 13 ape. 12 Apr, 13 [A + 2 extertsinmest on. Lord Decies lrish ote DON SUGAR STOCK Naot repreeeoteal the chfeodaate’ on & fame lan Ne AT Stiter city ork avi,
0 Aproé|. Apr. ¥ . 123 . 2. POCK, r
pe Berd lage, ao (ABE 38 APE TS LA lacey (MOT at $2,900 Upwards ole some RULE PILL Landon, April sith morteat the Canton! Hloune. a Bate Serie od ie ebay Bibs
MorNavanni Apr ist" (May i ay 5 jatay M4 May 22 [Ms ae The resulvof the Dublin Convention | Sugar Inetock on the Z7th foetant day (he th lnetant, be went to workat aflernucn at 4Â¥) ucluk, to All Saloty
9 Apr ag Alay 8 May 01 sce og ley it May a Mey 2 Apply to bes caused the Government tresolve | was i820) tous; last year DYOU TorckxWas vial Gu ther dey be got op Chueh. We jolu hix thany frfends fn
a Sindy paay wo Ay 38 ay 8 tay 8 yet neia ane 1 PP'Y to move the second reading of the | tons, st atious Sl o clack and put om hia etothes | {ondering our’ sincere syupath hy ta the
Cy Navauge June J une Tate Jane t Joo Home, Hule Bill earlier than was ta- fro the hous hereveleed w biow ft was , relatives, ‘ other
A June 7 Wune 15 Dune 18 June i Vane 2 asiy 8 tended, | Mr. Walter Long will move GUESTS OF HOTEL DE PARIS, dente him by flinds, who gave him aa
: Sa ve dd une 2 ely 1 July 9 7H ite rejection ay, arguing thet sotber blow, ‘aud thes ‘rar away. tae —
June. July 6 July 7! . July 10 Joly 20 a Unloniste areind gnant atthe sitempt ! he let of ‘Game up and aleo struck bin,
—— ia Doses renin i EE ! “a ” to rush the Bill and wife diecusslon ong follwing Te det ‘atl ie sucete Mr. Velaxar —It was a heavy 4 blow PRICES GURRERT.
ym STEAUERS Sail FROM PIER 2 BROOKLYN. Tire ‘stores, "| Reta twelte, dayeasip | | Messts Nicholson, Cipriani aod fan. tld iat fea caret what ita ~~ april 19,
Jaman Yateerng axa faavmua Co. Lav—New York and Trivid Taxk The eupporters of the Bill think | fy (0, Chaunu tte Gourges, Mraod Mra fle Wornbip | W¥ith a tick ¢ — yaa new youd Pt Apel so
i Dean Ureuada , Boon Broa, MoCoxxnne7& Uo. L1p,—Demerart, Financial, Comnmiorcial and Yosur- argumect will i be erhausied, and ix (ardelud, Fedtetton Hanutree Doctor | 2 Complainant evatinuia ould be received | 1 EQUI,
rigues, ie + a jouw frote fods a
bot carry passengers frou new New York. ance Agonts, diye seer for discussing everything Trocouis neat coltho mea j Rroaind Hite alte and clanghtsrreat cient Oy i pera GR0u gain
* 1 7. lig, a) are! as ott. lo weil te
WEL HW DISESTALLISIMENT see brine Ont 2, Carnusto Deran remewber (hat lt was bor buetand ne iesbedl pres bah Hayeaw

ESTIMENT WANTED

, DDE ONATQ! Ral “> Po ae os Py Garela trim, Otto Keinmter, T js
| ae on mk rr | RECOVERED.” Avalyels of tbe divle jo upoa the “ ee weral the ore An rent tothe Dovtor. ns | .
69 On "et Class Becu. gn. be had (by arrang te

Asmyes CIGARETTE UASE wos Welsh iovetablishauent ill shows the HARBOUR IMPROVEM ENT 1 wae unable to weik, £ worked for five ole et 194 ets

Nationallets sulidly supported it, but sbitibags per tay. They took me fora















daily from Ma. Hy F bud was recovered through | but many Liberale abatsted dustikin
0a Property. Will , ment) daily bl bt oie Get your | its proviions for endowme * SCHEME. ietendante did nut gu lato the box nor ver I rot a
bite Bums Apply to CORBIE at De Bilva’s Bta om ‘ewelry eograved by YRANCHISE REFOUS, the Editor of th Portof-Spam | *s0any withees called Attar sowe betel Styawreservs
Umiwemeseye) (Abercrombie St. Puro bred} "ESCERINT IT'S. | ater igaaverept pete satus | 70 fhe itor fhe Porter Spe Dena a eataais dae eae PUTS
wv ome ule an els: 08!
o ( Gir,- Mr. A. (inne Vavlens 1 joinder .
‘on. rapaquire | Toggenburg Nam gu service. | JOREN)STREST. bie preeea re eee cdased "| 1m 70a paper thle ulotalog to iy letter | wan serio one smd oaered (rare | RECHLANEE BS Lownay:
RAILWAY RALES BILL. ublivbed iu your Suudsy’s lsue bos | pay £2 ooupwasatinn each. Days Bight i
e 7 a A storm Ye Atbreatening over the attention | Monday Bad Instant, ner een semen “
Bil authoriziog rellway compa- rsa iu the course of bis epech Trinkéed DD 1F181E
’ Blew to ralee rete re re eeey Uhat If bedieeppeareadfraan | THE IMPERATOR'S L. S LAUNCH, Piliboot
’ sate forthe compuleory resin the business (bunkerin 9) stead Mea
. wegos, Notice hee teen given of sis would oproe to tats iil ig) eouvetiody elve | AN IMPOSING FIGURE IIKAD, Uplasd
‘ = ember wtwe plows the |! Te as theve remarks it ative Ar. i Renee le taken fromthe Shay ie Fie ©
7 y ih eees Uy Clary | gehen MSE fe te |All aes en, 0
al
Richar dson and Selway iHeuse ot the Aswoaition of merebente | â„¢ ing ol st met aod treders. Wit och Dootentious have thet effect, 1 uaturally eouct creda wy f that ite ou LONDON.
* BIG SALE wo atlameat may eff until | ney Mr Davies waa slugung his“ waa mon b been com . te ts 2c t SUGAR.
* STITANIO” MEMONIAL SERVICHS, |60Ng ” 1 ein pla to learm from blu, | week «oleh ae te te sheer
q ' v Oa Sanday, © Titamo” memorial ase | Wet be, coly mean to udiowte tha" by Ma ment oe thee Maw ena,
F— t vices were Weld ia many plea The | * en vorepasintad ie Usatiog Oa., | reseh doay the largest fa the oven wh
. Nev, Koglish ofticlated at an Kast Bad | W\GNt Oe Oe ee ie i oicave inte | woe wil dade frou pe saertiine | Ceram Syer
PRINTS | Betberin of UU) of several nation. vie 7 “ tt ide if wy “attew dari month It ts in Cob, i
' Ke Houtbsmpten 40,0U) ol io wen » eit i uy a pe | dha gthett ceunne dave We pr works ta
‘ } tilans end farge aval and rellitary | ou to te isos 4 i er Pete etiey meals yorusit, me 7 ml No wt dew, Resting terena
red contingents attended an open alr | Tel oinit of dr Lavievs atloape Gy seark an tee hletory of ihe few. 1 plien 1)
; MONDAY. 4c. MON Y, ° meetlug, mapetly the dagger 1 mee erect marlon aoe
‘ a ‘ ' , BURVIVOR or y THTANIOS” Tow tuout taoee rate uf Mi. Daviess t i» intereating © learn that the fu ua
— CREW that to walk oa bused sbipe peretor lu spite Of bes modernity, will
. The * Laplaod ” arrived at ty. ifwe er eus deep water, | as veveralou at, (iid and ‘ ,
Richardson and Selw yo a mouth wih 167 survivers of the | fall tw vee tbat hese whet vee would be wile 6 feature wi
. _ . | Tea had venged wo herp taf ony urentor dgnuer, then @ dep ss els te x bi ‘ te
ie ‘ i" a peeveut ummnaloninn . Spal calcbere at the shore end uf ot mak figure ead we yustelical use ‘on
* ° Sad thels an were tas pier, ‘Tels altel of bis to yet oticy oFihcyuaine ofthe atin. "the “Tm Fetrutouse «
Y Sealaers U wie pa to & ret mary, cau Oe suuuned up iu poration will carry et bur pryw- the old Tei
a . / the Beard Wy wud —"tate' wr wie) Ww vig wo ly tale evawecuvs “ued hears
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Only......$1.20.

ae 0 ee

MAILLARD'S.








Ex Recent Arrivals.

1382 Bags Nagra Rice ;
. 250 Bags ite Rice tM
200 Boxes Blue Cloud Soap—20s.
24 Cases Jewel Lard - 25s. ° ..

, 10 Tierces ,,’ ,.. ‘
50 Pales __s,, »2each 25 gs.

50 Cases Emperor Frederick

Water —100 pints
59 Cases ,, , 5? pints
LOO Bales German Paper


























2 a out a
© from Morean fe of a very |» Déteetive xalsiamnecter Orstefio | : —~—
ating tary cotta 9 | iene RAE creator N HOAD ;
ext nary ary weatl@ ‘ fe Dar gade fees eee ected :
. *
atest désteuction to property,
uring th a
bug, for It iscertata that the fires | reports that at midnight eg Apel
De flora, ador fee field after an hour qteaming.
comes. The result lethat masy of f bergs. La Tournine was fu com Re
CURRENT EVENTS, Demerara has been summoned for Touraine! as ere net ite bre:

ft tee ter
parte ie eae are stoning the | out frow Ireland on next Monday. - \
tates|| The French liner “La Tongalse,” H : 3
have ta sete tribute to the. ales| which arrived at Jlavreon A 10th BOOT & S OE SPEGIALISTS:
t has, very | 10 she encountered « hu
prrpetiy, “probigited "he setilng ot with the tops. of the | prres aah 7
1 asant | abare e er,“
marcas at te dues, raran [tava ae t'agcteaten' hel ALL THE LATEST Sw
have their -
lands rendy for themsin whenever it] Next morning ahe passed ‘other leo “ . ~ IN .
' . leation leith the Titanle on t :
awe the larger owners are heary towers atiernoon of Aprit 12 The “Diese ' 1S
MIDDEUT FuUrL A meeting of the Goinbined Court of | Nouvelle” quotes the captain of “Lea BL K, R . , BOTS ie
‘ oe <&
AT 2mMrOns ¢

, for the purpose of { wireless deapate
TU.DAY, covetielage deacich from Une Bete: sence of icebergs to the oaptain of the
May Day. , tary of State reganting the reduction | Titanie, who . ecknowledged _ the

a of the salary of the Chief Juctice of | message vith thanke.
. rece ided upon & _
Full Moon, ~—— . that colony It nly de ‘ iat the ' Irie understood het Captaln Gokl: From id es $1.20 to

_ s ta: {State ia of op nion that | in reset ty Chief of Volice and Con:
Appeal Gourt10.9) am the action of the ‘Cambin Court was van a ently Coane kee age we SHIT OUR
aia, will eho

ce a es? tia Manaanitta | [rreguler. -- tanta for an Interenlontat Tepats *

oe megienday’s cable quotations showed
i it 4p } the Shares of the General Petroleum
pane Lenton Heetrie Theatre 8b) | rr nertice of Trinidad Lid at 11a Sl

13001 os against He Bi—lls BL the

ma ho revinueday. In like manner Trint-
Ilgh Water Morn 50 Kven 1.19 pom. t ad Uilfielts, LED, tears at dis hl —














‘Tomnament. Mra. Gohling i hei SP E CI AL i ly AW BRO GUE ‘7

nis C hampton, and, as is known

faptain Golding is anc ntbuelast over
the game. . AG 8a BO =






Mea, KC BRuok, two children, and










Sun rises . &46am. IMS. T, " Se 3
ag 8 Nuno seta : 6.18 pm, | 345) es against Ba kd 2es fd the day | rusid left by the RALS. “Trent en 4
. tervday for England ona long holiday.
75 Creole Corn Moon - a before Mi. Huck, however, we learn cannot 6 ¢
leave at preaente asthe atfelesin con- . ‘ ;
nection with the-vil industry in all . .

ne Owing to an ephiciuic af measles
DE TH. now exisWng ab Maracas, the Govern:

—— ment School of the district, of which
Mar—Tast evening at her late real. | Mp8. A, Alexis is headmaster, bas

den Maud, wife of Inspector May, of 1 le of weeks,
the ‘Trinidad Constabulary, Funeral had to clone for 8 coupie of wee corner" ae farascil is ooncerned and

takes place at 4.30 pm. today from No. | phe statement of the businees alfalre | this year bids falr to be full of intereat Sn = an

BNew Direet Weasel Salots, wee pf Mi Ernest Marnum laa been fled in | to both lovestorsand the Goverainent,

timation. P the Official Recelver's Oflice, George- =

er reamees | Lown, Demerara, ‘The assets are esti A peculiar incldent oveurred at the

IN DEX TO PAG ES tated at 808,98, and the Habilities at | Cuy Police Court yesterday, when a
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. ee — ——————— eee SALIGRHL The largest: creditors are | duivea ont of court, on account of
t A . “ ” k 2—Titanfe’s call for help heard Provl- | Messrs hem and Campero to the he erratic mannee in vwehich he ae
entiaally . relese opera- | exteit o! ,! of whieh ep aking elalement. ean nekew

J d E N fi N Y * tor of Catpathia, off duty pre- sured by the Maglelrate Lo discribe the hat
ls FPIVE X 8.8. ayaro rom ow oF paring to retires but het not me -——— the complainant wore, be ture?

removed apparatus from ears! Me H. UL Hunn; and jockeys, | aronnd to the complainant who had





the hat tn her hand for flentification



= IMENT OF when he caught distress sig: | Jimmy’ Schaller, Bonner, D. Camp-
t= i A BHI ‘ TENT E nal—Had call come two mis. bell Eo Bade aod Landen with the The Magteirate thought that his atory
- . utes later it would have gone | **ghees’ Actress, AUigp ie, Reprosch, | waa incredible aod eventually dive
Pp t 1 k B unheeded. atid Revenge, returned hera yesterday | him out of the court.
d § amous Wall e0 ber. St, Andrews Golf Club, from Demerara by the KMS. ——
The Morning Post saye.—“ Accord





Dewerata Turf Club; The win- ; ‘* Balautia".

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ing to Hegulatlons made by the
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Acknowledeed by C wewours to | fuerte oft otel de Parl, h saya a gentleman who carne down by under sector a of the Penalins :

AcCKIONICdged by Connomseurs to be arbour Improvement Scheine, the . erbice yeaterday, all the rdinande, + the number of yvare E 0000 0000 0000 00000000 0.000 0.004 0-000 00-00 0. 00-ScmmI

. theâ„¢Blue labbon of all American Beer Two Devectlves Charged with | ivlands are haviog. faitly heavy | to be added ta the period of service . ;
- ‘ . Assaulés Admits = uaving | showers of rain. renada is still, | under Regulation 17 for the purpose of




computing pensions is as follows: —
For the iret Class, ten years; for the
Hecond Class, Hye years; for the Third

struck and thought it was a | almost, asdry as [rinidad.
thief; Magistrate believes

Sold by all the leading, Hotels, Provi-
assault was serious and order- The following greeting was published

tion Merchants Groveries, Birs, Shops & Restaurants in the









Istancl and Wholesale from ed £2 compensation, by the St. Lacla Voice ia ite last | Clava three years The Firat Class
. The Iwperator’s Launch; An 1m | Iiseue.—“*We extend a heaity wel-] comprises Judges of the Supreme

HY. PEREIRA ai HAMEL SMITH. k pong Hees ed. come “ Ua rain Goldin . gut pew (acts the becond Olav the Alteraey

‘ ow 5 7 ° pastero Markot Q rotations, chef o lice, and Lo Mrs. Golding, eneral, thé Margeon Genergl, atl the

PRONE 270 SOLE AGENTS. Death of Mra, G, H, May, who accompanies hims they ariived Duector of Pabke Worke when a




S+Oa Tour with the Governor; Up] by the Mail on Thursday. Captain | member of the Inatitution of Civil
the Orinoco and Ste Tributa- | Golding will God plenty of good work | ngineers. The Third Glasa compres
ries; The Enchanting Scenery ; | ready to bis hand, both in iespect to [tte Solicitor General, Medical Onicers,
The ** Delta” voyage to and | the Police Forve ae well asthe Volun- | Stipendiary Justices when Warristere-
from Cindad “Bolivar and | teers, We hope asa result of hie] at-law or Advocates of the Seatch Bar,

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“ Imatacas ezuclan Hospi- | efforts soon to see an iaiprovement in | the Director of Pubhe Works when
tal ity, both bodies for which there is full | nota member of the Inatitution of B 9 al
Clvil Bogineers and the Cémmasioner uy 4
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‘The Late Hon, W. GL. Dyett, scope,”
Berbice Races; Os Massiah wins ae
five aces; Collnton Unbvat- On most of tha sugar estates, dawn




of the District Court,








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en; Man absenteca south, says @ correspondent, only half At the City Police Court yesterday,

or LONDON. n poor fields ho a cause or at inowt three quarters ue the, gett: ere tie Aerobic Me B ack sve \«
7—Neroien of meno 9 died tnales have been or wi ceached. t 6 a ptr years of age

Establishod 1782. . of the Titanic. ied on Deck Of course, the weather has been great. | was Arrought up by Constable Turton

8—_The The Trinidad Dance Orchestra. | fy fostrumental for thie backwant for loitering at Brunswick Square
Lhe gitl, whoee uncle was called failed

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NSURANOES effected against Loss by Fire on every deseription ot Tranquility Square ‘Tenpie Toure state of affairs. No work Sau propeily Pha Cea ‘
? ; 1 ‘ ' 1 i namen' Tort 6 an es eTactor accoun
I Vroporty, including Derricks, ‘Buildings and Engines on Oilfiolds Demerara Races, only to allow the ludentured idnid- | and she was sent to the iteformatory
on the most favourable terms. 9-—Qur Article on The Hospice | gtants to carn their minimum ae re- [until she attains her fifteenth year. zs
Bridge.” quired by law thatany Held work is f Ule Worship rewatkedt~that in Liver- (AND THEY WILL HELE YOU, 2
" i.

The SHOENIX, Isone fof thertoldertt ant wealthiens Oli inexisten
andjhis Branches ond Agencies throughout the world,

ane accumulated funds exceed £14,000,000 eterling.
Clalme Paid ” £85 OU0.000
Revenue ° £%200,00
. Vrowpt and Liberal Settlements,
« TERTIUS WILSON,
Agent for Trintdad—Oftice 5 Chacon Street.

Leprosy in Demerara; Experi. | belug done. The eatth be so bard | pool there waa a wellknown eociet:
Miaeote with Nastia Poul thatno good work want be done, eo] Sbich locked afier waifa and stray,
Minett's Uufavourable Keport. | that ropiietors ace lung money oa | Mou-ignor Nagent who did good work
Another Piecocious VU hild, allsides. Fortunately the prices of | 0 tebalf of the Roman Catholics, by
Cause for Sympathy, ‘| the sugar igZair tanking after the waifa and strays

St. Lacia Civil Service, —~- When be dled he way honoured by the
— On the atival of the RMS. Balan. | erection of a atatue. Dr, Bernado's
ITEMS tia at Demerara tact week, the Trini-
. OF NEWS. dad passengers wert subjected to strict




A Splendid Assortment of Silver"

= floctro Plated Goods on Hand

f o a

PLEA AND COFFEE SETS. FISH KNIVES

ie CARVING SETS, ENTREE DISHES, rel

# ELECLRO PLATED WAITERS, ICE WA
JUGS, CLARET JUGS,

LADIES’ SILVER MOUNTED BRUSHES 4
TOILET SETS. Z

REAL NUCCET SCARF Pl
eo UBRASS BENARES WARE.I 4

we ve WOR HOEU8 1 9T OT OEE WY

Ladies’ Fancy Depart i

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New Lines in Alpaca

IN CREAM, NAVY ZANDAGREY 7%
at He to We. per Yard. a





Now Being Landed

R. M.S. “CARONI” —

a FURTHER SUIPMENT OF

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home alao did good work forthe Pro-
teatants, Hut in this colony, unless
, . medical examination Sy the Poet | these children are brought before the
The Venezuelan steamer Detta will | Health Officer, and were also required | Uollee Magistrate, there was no Ixidy
leave for Ciudad Bolivar on Thureday | to deposit 810 by way of guarantes for | whuse busdnese it was, to look after
the érdinshatl p.m, Malle close at! futher medical attendance, them, end tbe result was very bad,
luau, —- for the colony, Captaid Joy of the
; = Mr. H, W. Pritchard will {rons to. | Salvation Ariny wha was prevent,
The.C.C have deciled to send us | day assume permanently the duties of ] eald that they bed one or two that
the colony's representatives to the | hiv new appolatment av Magletrate of | they were trying to look after,
cycle spurts to be held on Kwpire | San Ferouudo, La rea and Oro- — 7 -
ay io Trinidad, Duncan Studet, the Qpuches slaitady Mr Vo X. def Mr. Vt. Huan of Trinidad expreqsed
Herbice champion, and Nobrega erteui! will assume ble duties | hisnself at the clos of the reccot
{Rather Scoles) whoa showed up eo jas Magistrate of Savauua Grande | Spring Meeting in Demerara, as beln
rilliantly at the recent sports at {and Morugs peadiog the appro-| very plensed at the general oondivet of
Borde. Both represeatatives will | val of the bevretary of State for | the meeting, which wae one of the






leave for Trinidad on the 12th instant. | the Colonies, piassantest and most sportmaniike be
ees es adever seeain thu West Indies for
rin Metdeye telegrarme, pudounce a A fos race me sald to have been | many years, ——
so in the ¢ matket by Ud, belog | recently ruo weet the shoonere}] TheSt. Vin ¢.
HOw Quoted at bU/-, “Majestlo”and “Lettie M. Hardy” on | Indian Neediewo, ee ceeatalit
me thelr wey down frog Harbados tv | opened at Oachegie Hall, Kiogeton
Durlow a wordy encounter between | Demerara both being coasigoed to fon fact Thursday 35th ultimo, He
a Demerara lawyer and @ Georgetown | Mesaca, Pimenta & UUliveira, It is} Hononr the Adimthletrator, | Mr.
magistrate, the former complafoed | sald thatthe “Majestic. left Barbadoe | Gedeon Murray perforining the
that the Beach was not treating the | balf-an-boor aflec the “Lettie NM. | ceremony, He was accornpamed ly
Bar with respect, .Upoa thia, tbe Ma | Hardy" and the weather deiog Ane} iiua Mrs, Murray. Me Norniag
istuate nee frum bis swat with the ¢ she crowded on sall and svoa overtook Lamont, and Mr Uerbert Fergerson
vllowicg exclamation. “2dauotaice | the latter schooner, She arrived fifty | of Grenada, Kxbibita were received
pect aoybody.” The lawyer duly ap, | minutes before the “Lettie M. Ueady” | fromthe following Islands and were et
waled to the repotters ta nole His | accompllehing her voyage jo 51 hhuury; | hibited :—Tilaidad, ‘Sobsgn, Grenads,
Vorsbip’s expression, This appesred | 1 buur, 2) migutesIyes than ber rival, | Union Istend, Bequla, t Virunt, Ste
Wy have bad t 6 dealped cifect, for won is fe slated Lhat whilst folng oP he Licla, Martinique, Guadeloupe, Mont:
after the Magletiute apoly; the atbados she ules raved with the | serrat, Anti Mi i
beirister for what he had sald, aud |" Comrade,” which left Demerara 19 ee rer euilla. Bt.
edaltted having lost his temper. minutes before her, ayd yun.









Klts, Nevis, Tortola, | Anegad,

Puerto Ricv, Cubs. The show wasn
wagniffcent une and deaw forth the
bigest pralsesfrom the vieltore, The




The Constabulary Baud will play in Mr. Robert Kernahan has leva ap-








~IN— the Hotanle Jardeus to-olgbt luted act ae Engineer In Ub Id . : tae i
Svrclock, one forolghe rom ae Barvey during’ the absence en Mre Murray bette tasted var B Also a Special Line in Silke Strip

: A resident iu Fort Limoh, writing to deave of Mr. E. Jt Buuart inuch to popularize St Vincent, Vollos in all Shades at 48c. & 60c per PY
the Colon Independent, says, th Jt fs enid that Me. 1. B. Roles, | Refentog to L z
, BARRELS OF SEVEN DOZEN PINTS, | sissies ‘susstowccera thoes Ft td uel MG. tlt tout | tetany sigiamaton vot by A SPECIAL LINE 4@
* | Kanna bre cut down waded wfoconts | louvers aspieing’ toone ot the Judge: | Bande ot Trnteaiety Wh, Foun PLAIN VOILE—Duuble Width—at 30a ped
cut down waged cen #, t¢ aspiring + | Borde of Tria tuld a Demerars mm PLAIN 3— Double Width—at JOG Pe sa

per day, nu uian te alluwed to carn | shipw erpected Lo fall vacant eaten | pr an that bh i v4 ‘ o

more than $4) per wonth and tbe peo- eaily dew in one of the fslands, Jt Mould zee Many edit nub urpect he B® COLOURED NINONS-.. Inall Best Shades ab,

— vwaeon s and his visit inte Year would : d







ple are sinply exjeting by the mercies | will by remembered that Mr. Moden
of green bananas, elo, Added tothls, | bas been credited with having refused
every article of food bas jumped from | & TrloWed wagletracy recently.

ten to twenty-Hve per cent, on account —- =

of the new dutics which have come Dr. J. W, Haklo will shortly be pro-
lato fuice. orgdingao Hoagland on leave ol absence,

7 : while Dr. J, A, tetos will aot for blu.

It waa Chief Hanger Lyneh, 4.0.7, —_
whe presided atlect Satunday night's | Me. J.B. Perera M., Director of the
meeting of Court bily of lére, not JHIl | * Gula Nacional de Venesucla," arrived
as wae slaled, bere yesterday on his way to Caracas

Nr, J oD. Euole Builth, Postusster | The Demerara Aryary wlulee that
for Jauuioca, has Leen made a noiml | the outguiog Mail wiiltehe to Trial:
Rate! Meesber of the ls gislative Oeun- | dad tue wellknown mare Privcess
ell of that colony in the rooni of the | Koa, whose racing csreer is hoown to
lion. H. LO. Brown, who hae resigned, sporlauen jy Lh a4 pataey and the

. — nelghbouclog jslaads le pepular

The Hoa ble H. J Walcott, (Gollec- | mary ts nut seating the shore of
ley @ Ousioue) one of the Trakiad | Uriah Guisoa fur good, au way be
delegates” at the revent ifeci { thought, but fur the pur paws of gting
proaity Ooaleyace beid a} QOtiawa, {to the stud, binge vhe gygeed to
re here yusterday by the | sppear onthe turf shy waseest by
De Heawer “St Grol” frou | bet owser, Hon FF. Diag tothe stud
Loadoa. of Correa St neh and sy Kitts,



be more lat the fature of ostablishin
himselt and securing engagements
for the pest ractog season. (hace he
le eatalllehed, Horde states he does put
anticlpate returolog to ihe West
fodian turf He «poke with coné
dence regarding ti Venture and
thinks he will be able ta sécurw satis
factory engagements for the aext
season, and hisown against the
Englivh tlders. Unless he succeeds
earier than he expects, hie present
pies are to atay three or four months
3 Kowlend this year, return to the
West od for the ed the year
ag—io ber at Demera,
Dronihibes acPilndied ad than
anuaty ru Be ra:
whbh be w 2 bask ta Kogiagd et
she epenlug af tbe Gat racing season
there lo Starwh, Hordes chante uf
@woees of the English Lurf are 61.
ehaoced by the faut of hin be: suh a
Hghtwoigbts ider Wewaouy 1 tw bas




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The Best Substitute for silk —2§ cc ats per’
* in all Shades, .

SELF COLOURED SATING FOR CU nto
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This excellent STOUT was sold
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GRELL Co Ltd The Morning Poot Pry . wie Walter aout make ae holt Pies Redletvinad uup you ear ah in
4 7 6 § eos, eg te loud se, will 1a cond ber a ie nowrt of eet te cele at seve nwne, bad .
a . it ations is use weit ier to atte ‘a by a's ot Buide can cide Nnafotte eu DERN :
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THE PURTOFRSPAIN GAZETIR W EDNES\Y MAY 1 T9412

ON TOUR WITH THE GOVERNOR. ASTROLOGY. LEARN

THE FUTy
UP THH ORINOCO AND ITS YOUR MARRIAGE DATE, 4
TRIBUTARIES.

THE ENCHANTING SCENERY.

THE “DELTA’S” VOYACE TO AND FRO
CIUDAD BOLIVAR AND IMATAGA.

VENEZUELAN HOSPITALITY.









































































to bea veritable bea, Thin
Inguess of bomen taletence wi amply
lemonate: the fwposing gran-
deug that ‘met the eye on every side. watde, the people aasembled near the peatt tgeernl vw Bie wes Larne | at All
Barancas, famous for ite cattle was | landing place discharged Areworks. | paints Onan ‘ew ‘Town, Jey Canon A.
reached at }'% ami on Monday, | All the islneea houses [a Bolivar | ptoubersie) 3 A. officiated at the ser
Adjoining this place is @ village called | were closed. The buildings were pro | vice which was choral, and there was
El Baladero where there are now erect. | fusely decorated with flage and the | wleo tltew If, A. Melyitle, vicat of
ings roodern factory for preparing beef | people went, wihl wits enthuslasm | St. Margareta Charch, Belmont. An
extracts, canned meate and laseajo, | A woman Crotn Trinidad esger to thow | eeccrt of the tTrounted Constabulary, io
The Governor bad receive au invita. | her loyal-y bustted into the erowd | charge of Sab Inspector arene
tion trop the joaneger Nr. Max Bode about GO atrong witb & baby tn her coed the pre to eee oligo Constables
Uy ja place on his wa own | herar tth the ojva
and sea result of which feeble effort | Jack. me covered fn Ruatrled the entrance to,se Come ae

‘as Misa Quita Dyett.
will be made later on to desciibe the The Custome Oficialu dressed in Foe eo eo place in be folly
lace and also the msaue operandi, | full unifotm and the port doctor | vault at the Lapeyrouse bemetary,

Neé scenery on the river after this was | catic on board bringing & selection of | The bearers were Iona, 2. U, Bushe. and
much the same untill aboot 4.00 aim, [ fine tlowera ina Usy, These they | Auther Watner, Mrs W. Gordon Gordon,
when we arrived at ‘Jou Castillos” | presented to the ladies on the Delta. | Mr. Harry Smith. and Mr. Joseph Sele) ——————
(the castles or forte) cothmanding the | Mr, Robert Henderson sent a beautl. | ler, and “Me. W. Montgomery mton 5 |

carr ren
ere gaily | 4 ead had a very fond affettion
Scoveted with fageana Gonting end

deoor ated with flage a DE for damb anigials.
asthe Delta tern her bow ebore- ‘Sie FUNERAL





























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STROLOGICALLY calculated 13atamps, Futore 4
A is ate or both together 28 stamps. Borne se Poy
Legacies, Health, Love, Tallemans Horascopes, ete, Oreule
views ty appointment only. Send Birth Date and Stamped ada
Addcras * AstROLODER,” Miranda ffotel, Port-of-3paia, Aniwoeit

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a
on
adva mth t others who attended we noticed | on foot-—-under County In lor

Guuded Dollvar "Kor the purpose for | fditha Le iieater A” gourd vet | Hisbareilency the Governor Sie Geom | Baker and Sub-fnepectore Uireh ond DISTRICT coggy)

which they w intended, 1 R. Le ante, with Captala Hooton A.D.0 Manoiog badlittletodo, All thaspe-« —
situation 'ewuld have been’ chosen | command cof Csneral, ieatael lipyes { Hfeneurubles BY eng HB TEVaE | slat ateamera, traios and motor buses | Dfore Hie Honow tn oun
slanding as they do at the head of | (chief of Police: vasdrawa up’ ta | Ob D. Sens By ‘ 3, D, | run were largely patronised and from 7 O Davld, Rory

Kay, lent Colonel G, D.

bend Inthe tiver on & conical shaped | receive the Governor who landed | (oust, Wo}; } Townsend Fenwick | C&tly morn the little town presented .

hill, ‘Half ‘a battalion of soldiers | aboitly after (6 Jun in his eastern | Lica colonel It, 8 Maroball, Bie A. Van | Quite a lively appearance, Visitors! Jobn dow Santon tfog et

(about 100 inen) manned the gune and [ uniform and drove tothe residenee of | Luctc Smith, CJ and Justices lt, A [ came from all parte of the colony and | antonio deCaairo—J Conk

YU heard veut th there fa direct’ communication to] the President accompanied by his | Swan, and A. D. Russell, Its Worship (a the Grand Stand and paddock there ; tif for $0.76 and coeta, demes te

nil SNe bean nto angels about ul e | from the viinity of the Andes nearly Bolivar and other Venezuelan cities by | secretaries Captains A. 4 Mooten | Dr E Wackwood Wright, Mossra Hh wae are resentative company ‘ptrouk _ajlepriette Augastos ¥ Soncph

\ Mice beyond, During the whole } 1 f . : h E. (Clarence ames Nor | siders,” Mr, T, Bennett's Band, while udgment for def, wpe

Ooo y' ig neans ofa telegraph station, the very | and Boddani-Whethaw. The leet | Aragae ison C, W. | were in uclform. diseuesed antenters David The efenaat 4 oo

surpibee to Und that ite majesty and "if Sunday (let) the air was in-| firstof ite kind to be se . man, Edwin Wileon, John
marred seen jon the [naned Rentlemen — tugether with taining programme which added in its Jadament for plaloulit toe a"™
















altraotive leauty have in no way , tinsely bot and it was with dificulty { Quinoco aiver Jt was with some | Colonel Swalh alee wore thetic une | Soe't, Gordon Smith, T Geddes Grant,















been exaggerated. I was ylad to hare fone wae able to remain on deck. | degree of eatief Alex Fraser, Kdgar filpp Vaul H. Schee cos

* tlon that we fohaled | fertus, ex Fraser, Rdg P way to the success of the meeting and -
seen mB place about which I weetohl | However, after nightfall, the tem- the pure alr as ¥ ed . D «, | teh Alfredo deigert. |, Jardine J. Ft orcoure to the enjoyment of these | s,Jr%Ph Lomprens = Rotert
so much, aud I can now asecet without | pering breeze front the surround: | the vue of “which Mieenved tes awe houve aero ae te dae ceecek Solager, C. Durity, T Cumming, Gosisy present, ley Judgment for plain tor ae

Prine @ EL Guppy, J. 2. Seitler, Dr.
J w Eakin, Dr Pe cetholm, Captain
2 i) Swunders, Nev G Bourne, Chavelller




fear of contradiction Lbat itenovelly [ing verdure was, ve efreshing.
aod beauty js only surpassed by the [Some of the party a ‘poard thes
hospitality of ite people whore adinir | Lictia indalged in“ shooting birds
able qualities cannot be toohighly Paud — alligators along the banks
praleed. of the titer, The as, Apuré
In orden that the party should have } Pusted us ot about 2 p.m. on her way
an opportunity of enfoylug the scenery up to Trinidad with cattle and over nm placed ” Excelentisma Seior George Lo
Ia the Maocareo chaunel, [t had beea-} 42,000 lu raw gold extracted from the San Feliz was the next stationreach- | Hunte, Gobernador de la Isla de
previously arranged thac the Dells teh mines at El Catlao. A miner on | ed on the tlver after passing Los Cae- | Trinidad:
would arrive at the moath of the river nat by the name of Gabino Franco } tillos and here (at 7 Wa.m.) tbe British El Presidente de loa Estadus Unidos
atdaylightoao Sunday. Accordingly Hlone sold £10.00 in gold buggetsearly | Vice-Consul Mr. Edwatdo Mathison | de Venezuela, estA muy contento de
daring the early morning, on hearia thls month And was proce: ing on to brought the fullowing reply to the | vuestra viulta th cata regidn de la
where we were, all bande asserubl: I ana jad. This lucky fellow, it fe said, | wessage sen’ by [lis Excellency to the | Republica, como también de la det
on deck to catch a feet glimpee of Lhe Cathe & pocket fo the mine at El] President of Bolivar at Los Castillos + | hoaciable acompafiamiento que tradis,
river and the country aurroauding it, | {A040 ig gave away some of the . Hollvar, April 22. | de tal manera quecon antipacion me
jor as the last stare were gilmmering | ‘rt and in this another person Is stat- | [ls Excellency Sir Georze ki Le Hante. | dirigiv, uos expresiva communication en
n the beavens, The veyaye from [tito have got about $100 in gold, On Board ‘the oa. “Delta.” que bie eocarga manifest&ronla, Asi,
‘Trinidad the previous night falthough | Uut this is not to be wondered at whea | Iam indeed grateful and I co Hd | pues, vos, seuor, y vuestra dielinguida
by no meanea rough one, was hever- | ‘bis sald that the Callao miloe yields mort attentively to yor salutations | corntiva, eeitls tecibidus con entera
theless, not altogerber weal. A con: | ote than ten times the gold produced accom panies you inet y party, that cordialidadt por el Gublernu y tos
siderable sea was runving in the ber-4 'Y an, other mine including trip te this city where you LA awatred havitantes de ests localidad, y reper
pent'’s Mouth and thie naturally pre: tislds the fatious South African | with anxiety and impatience. que os enrontréis en ella. como ra
vented one from sleeping. ilappily, ivide, It is believed by some that Lours Govor. vuestra propia casa, si no con
however, this cha4 tw an absolate | the sein discovered sone years ago Prealdent of Bolivar, | abundan.ca comodidade-, si von et
calm when once we had passed the which made the place famouand then | The toyage fiom San Felix to Ciudad | alecto con que setrata & un pueblo
hocas. The momning wae detiahtfully disappeared ruysteriouly, hae again | Bolivar a distance of 46 miles was culto y ainigo, como lo es es a ‘ciudad
fioe withactoar sky,out of which the pubis ite appearance, ut to return | full of interest and the scenery which | tan iotimamente figada coun vue-ta
to the elles and the scenery on the | atthe beginning of tbe voyage wae | vecina Trinidad, cuyas fails eotan
uae verily no apology is needed for | good now became positively dazzling. | uuwdes por mas dé un vinculu con
wee secant ot itw iuscious beauty | the sun shone down from the very [Jas nuestras,'
ve ek tepore, The palm known | zenith of his pery no we cat that after- In tha course of his reply His Excol-
ts the Mutiche flourishes ell around the | noon on deck and gazed away Into | lency said he was very Ubaokful for
ute one penetrates into the stream. f the pate blue skies, Aligatore swarm | the kind invitation be had tecelved
hom pity deacribes them as grows | ed on the sandbanke and the birde in | frou the President to visit the city of
wig tn the Mountaifs of Guayana up | (hei: lordly flight passed by. We did | Molisar, Ile bad been louking ‘for-
an a titude of 6,000 feet, ‘Ihe loose | not hear the howl of a monkey, nor | ward to this trip with very much
suilin s ne 1 it lives is of a dark brown | did wesee any crocrodile or jaguarp pleasuie accomplished «long cherish-
colour are u be fruit floate around to | al! common enuughin the marshes ow | ed hope. He was indeed glad to say
ee t ti monkeye and the parrots as | bot sides of the rivez, WMowever, the | that the relations between Tilnidad
wellas the Orinoco Indiaos among birdesang mertily keeping up a con- | and Venezvela were very plessant.

whom according to Humboldt the: Tl ‘
Coueideted waned. Thep tine? © certon the one hand and un the other [They are a great number of Vene

THE RACING, Joh *
At the eleventh Jhour several horses Jadgmene nnd yO. R Alston t
Hage Hoffaana, Messra, August Holler, | which were entered did not put in an | 19s, costs, Jodgment for wae
William scott, Paul Dumoret, J, Gien | appearance. There were Midsummer, | countercialin 10s, 4 and come 8”
dinning, A &. Creighton, U, If. dtephens | Acetylene, Gay Lad and Redlight, NEW actions,

John Gordon, V. Measervey, W. Hadden, | while a ffth—Mazeppa—of wher | Rose Lewis v Tenab—Judgary
A Rae, Spencer Clerk G, Melville, moch waserpected, though she arriv- Plaiatiff onclatm Ie, and coma"

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4, Vietra, EL Poynts Me Kenzie, J. A. | ed went lame and cone 1” The Recelvor Ge
: equently did pera) v Xo,
Rea ee he re veterkos Ae nottakepatt In anyof her engage- oesahak ore Gren OT ‘a
tie IN. Unerly, J. Brown | Mente, Beauty wae also an absentee. Judmnent tor de oath Broa &

a fendant wi

ada number | The result wea that ja several eveots | 1 1 oon,
Ray Alves, Loute tontas, ° only two horses were seen running, ' jadeacne tae poate: Bate
Amongst those who sent wreaths and | which made farrather tame racing. coats, or £045
other floral tributes were, Mrand Mrs. | Nevertheless a fewsurprises coupled — Goodwille and Wileon Lid De
Heneaga Pasea, Sister of the Ariapita | with a few keenond exciting falshee Robinson—Adjourned clght weata
Asylum, Mre Owen, Mra and the Misses / pluea big dividend at the * pari” Tn to plaintim. ‘
Kirton, The Ontice Stall at Gorton Graat one event made up for what waslack- 4 1 lemv George W. :
& Ce Lid F. Be ler, Athedo wormoe | ida in tbe resnects already referred to, efaait a 15d and Soate, at
jordon, | Air. and Mrw, Aly 5 and the crowde were content withthe pic) ¥ Joho Fervirelejua

and family, Mrs. Itithards, Mr. and Sirs. day's sport provided; at any rate no plajotl for §t00 and coats, ~

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deal out death and destiuciion on upthe patluns) aubeu few tbe

every hand \ stop was made at fevurtyard uf the b idiug. AGer the

“Los Cactitios” aud telegrame (al- | tutroductivn had teen made bh. Law

teady publis ed) sent by His Kacel- | Godoy tha Preeidvat uf the “tate of

leocy the Guverna at whove dis: | Guayana addiemicg tbe Guvernur
eal all the tclegeaph offices had | eald:










































































































































































stars peepedl fazily givirg the musky
waters around a phosphorescent hue,
The aceve that presented itself here
after the long balmy might from Post
of-Spain was beautiful veyonitt descrip.
ton. ‘The green primaval wildoves of
the bush and fuliageat the mouth of
the river, contrasted strangely with
the muddy watec as the Jatter stained
the violet of the tropic sea for several
miles arouod. No word-pictine here
cau adequately descibe the lovely and
changing senery aa the Delta carried
us int the sylvan secesses, Nature

Athi d family. The Trinidad G. Spi =
Shipping and Tradiug Lo, Lid Dr. and | grumbling wad heard, The only re- by confession for Tia See
Mra Artbur Reid grettable circumstance, (fsuch it can | Dr J. GH. biegert and Boca ;
—_—— betermed, was the decision of the | Crawford Judgment by ootvee
THE COMPLEAT COBERNOR Judge in the finalevent o the pro- , 0s. Sd. and Boats, sg
C . gramme when it wee Benerally be- Jere b tament y Angute fab
= , or <1 - lev Li proach, whieh bad won nt for lendant with
SIR WALTER EGERTON'S VIEWS. her previous eoge emente cvolly and cluding al] witnesses, ; =
1 , KCB, KC MG. | comfortobly a aten Joton, ooeph
eee ciate eaeae gtacthe West Indis ] Rut the “learned Judge” decided to aostemene for Plata iB)
Somunittes Huoms on Mar h tb when | Colia ou’s favour, whicb, of course, J. L, King and Co, ¥ Cyr
Misa de Thierry ead a paper on‘ Some | created agood d-alof adverse com’ | ment Tordelendant with Coste, “lay












famous Weat[ndlans.” Inopening the | ment, One thing certain, the race} John Si:

Ripoeedings he sald (acoording to “The | wae aeplendid one from atact tofinish | Jad iment for defendane nk ee
Vest ladis Committee Ciruular) Itis | thelike of which has never before Want Beckles vy Matilds Lowe
tay duty and my Kreat pleasure to intro | been seen on the Berbice Race | Journed to Tuesday next, a

duce o you formality this afternoon our | course, The riding of both Beatrice Walcott ¥ i ae
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lecturer, Miss de Thierry ty golng to read | 4; Jud t
M 1 Borde and’ Bonoer, who were lament for plalatia tor
apaper on “Some Famous West Indiana. the rexpertive jockeys, Nas very much tae

Dtake fh that the famous West Iodians admired, and they deserved the praise L. 0. fants JD, NI

in this case are the fatnous “Weat Indlans for plaintlit t 1
: ight call he | they received. Lovers of the turf wilt, of plaintlit for $10.48 and cous om
of the past, ojherwise it might cai) to the course, eaterd their sympathy to that FA Bk

blusa svariuus gentlemen who are here ardent sportaman—Mr. Thomas J lood trea of Church of Englande:


























beth in Its scenic yeandeur and abund> could be seen elligators basking in | zuelane io Tiimidad who were most | this afternoon, aad among, them! wel i

ance of resource Jay before us, extend- nag ajuone @ ealedwelling during the Irlie sunshine on the banks of” the exrellent culunista. and they were | come, and I sek you to Avelooine, the new rince the Cink eg were unnuccessfal : Jone i Texeira y Laare Bude
log as far a6 the eye could pee, Tlie atv. eee th ©,Urimiveo and so furnish | river, shortly after midday Colonel | always pleased to welcome them. A | “Governor of Brithstr Galane, sir W alter Both Vidus aod Halbeck were beaten but | Ment (or plalataf for £L. & 3

er being very low—the Juwest recurded | tein ee feed and materiale for | 4wainstruck & monster about 12 tu | number of Venézselau familles cate Tgerton. ih ai . nen watebet | bY No means disgraced in the two |. Matilda Nites v Jobo Roch
within the” past eighteen yearn~the i EOL 1 nthe course of depicting (i feet in feugth and the reptile fell | and went, They bad # large number aoe oon alters oftictal childhood and I tGoroughbred events. Vidus, however, ed two weeks, tobe
Della was compelied w crawl slowly | hese people iter once said “Jt | into the water. We were now in the | ber of splendid buys atthe Lycee ran- | Saw in the him. gladly aod with | BA%¢ Athletea good running in the race | , Samuel Brathwaite v Henry

up hugging the verdure clad iulcte all | iscurious to observe in the lowest | vicinity of the Santa Apna Cattle | caie in ‘Lemidad aud on the occasion of every confidence rise in. ihat proat ser | {06 the McConnell Cup, the Trinidad Struck out with costs oa

the while, vv closely that one coukl al J lextee of human civilization the exist | jauch On this estate at the end of a | the celebratiouof the King’s Coronation |,aice of the Stralta bettlements, from | horse winning justia the nick of time.













muost discern the bright and care pitt coce of 4 whole tribe depending onone | promontory there fy boge Ceiba tree | the tesented oa epecial addrees to J which he went to be the successfuj | Phe results of ‘the races for the creoles ti aye fap
age of the birds, the profas onot which [ -Unyle specie of palm tree similar to oni h serves the lraveller fo good the Majesty the Kite std asked Lim | Governor of Southern Nigeiia, and he | belox In almost every cas: & certalaty jo to tle Renken
excited wonder and auumistion trom | Bere Mecca which fced on one and | «lead asa matk lo show that the die- will Lriog to that great provinoe,” British | coupled with the poor ‘ftelds caused anuc! 7 Led




u lo convey the sattle which he had much
tance between San Felix and Bolivar | pleasure in suing, He ueed- badly
is half accunphabed, This ceibs, a | ssy how zlad tie way to be in the
‘cue forest Giant etands sud jleatly Bate of pelvar whose besuty jand
again! e@ eky on a beauti- j tichuess be had so often beard of.
vn the titer, whose race altboogh | fat landscapo in the river, It ia] Continuing Hie Excellency — said
wow prac ce ly ou the verge of extiuc | ery grand but the prevailing drought | Veneruelans aie very dear to
tion, Lave lwen conquerors ages since | seemed to have madeit a meresba: | us and I hope the good rela
even though theire were seltish and | dow of its former self, ‘There wae | tions between ue will contioue
cet ouabl meals, But their descend: [ not aleaf on the tree and its massof | in the meantime the great pleasure
an e Lote nt elr OWD power over | parasites and huge tresses of liands | and gratification and the wish I have
the test o 0 abitanta of the great | had vanished forthe time. San Feliz, | cherished have at last been aceon.
avels cau afford to be generous-and | it might be stated, ie the port to the ished, .

t aw a veritable would of animale and | Yyuiual section which forms partof | At the termination of thie fonction
ae sto nestle da theic quartcrs, an- | ihe Stale of Bylivar «The famous | the Guvecnor wae svowo the hous
wee wi tu fallen round thelr feet | Callao wines are situated some die | pepared for him duving bos stay in
L would seems Uhati— tative ju the interior of this place, | Gigdad Bolivar,

dlicy always tolud thelr own alfair: which viewed fiom the ship resembled ‘The viet was icin d the same
Tuvugh look depressed and blighted , « South Afiicansillage with ite huge | evening om Loud ibe © Urita ’ by De,
Lue doves just round about them “toot” | wagone drawn by oxen, Inthe course | Lviv Gudoy accuupanted by hisufiicers
Aad the moukeys dance delighted, of conversation wiih Dr. Benjamin | Durog the eveuing the Gubernatorial
nilhe party on board the Delta wae } Baldo, the spectsl correspondent of | party visited the Piaza Bolivar jo
tadeed » happy one. There was no | ‘El Universal of Caracas,whowasalso | which « magniticen’ diepluy-of tire-
such mottoas “Everyone for hinself | travelling in the latesesta of his paper, | works wae caisled out aud the baud
aud the Devil cake the bindmost” { [ was iofoirmea that one of the islands layedeowe lively tunes. ‘Thie was
which is very often the truth on such | !9 thestreqon had been handed over to fideed @ fittlog clunas su the Hist
ocuwstons, We had a polite Captain, | tiga by concessivn for the purpose of | dsy'w reception in the city of Bulivar.
polite Officers and in tt everybody | fasting. dt ia called Fajardo fataad

disappotn Francis Lynch ¥ Alfred Sydacy Bor
ppointment among punters, tut in the —adjourned tfll to-day. -
Idemvs € Mahsbiro~Jelgnat #
plaintif for 12s, 6d., and _ecets mie
The Receiver General ¥ J.T.
2eiatEh ate Rape teat
em Edwin ii,
confessiun for 44 seer oe ste
tion stayed en payment of £6 ii,a>
Mey and istance on Lat Jane
Idem v E. BP, Pampellons:
ty confession for 44°16 8, sf
Xecutlon atayed on pe! (.
monthly from let June lviz,
of lie Assing vy Emells Akow.+.
o-da:
The Surgeon General ¥ 6. Lace
Judgment by confessloa "A
conta.

the saine dower or on one and the
sate parteta plant.” There are trees
hete which are of a tiuly nuble nature
and all are useful to the fouely dwellers

Guiana, all the eleruents tbat make for a
successful adwiustrater. (Applausel.
aAtier the lecture was dehvered, Sir
Owen Phillipa moved s vote of thanks,
dir Walter Egerton [an alfrald I have
been a little humiliated by the most ia
teresting lecture that Misa de Thierry
bas gisen us, because] sma Governor,
and f thought that during the course
of the lecture some Goveinor possibly of
former tines might bave been mentioned,
and that [- have Jistened to the
abe way in which he administred
bis colony, andthat I might get some
gutdance for my future work inthe West
fudies. (Laughter) Itmay, though, bea
very goud thlog tbat no Governor was
auer Goned, because IL think that that
colony io inthe mort bealihy coodition
where the wovernor ia really a very smal.
person and where the commercial an
lanting elementare in the ascendancy,
use it is at the beginning that the
Goveruor has to assist, and as the colonies
beoome Ulaer, more opened. up and devel-
oped, the task uf the Governor Is slmply
to lovk on and bee his fellow vountrymen
deve.op and carry ou ths commerce of the
country.
Keferting to the West Indies and fa





theses on beard. Soundings wee
taken fliequentiy as the neamer elid
carefully up the windwg and narow
Paceage, ver paddles making the
walter even more inky than befure,
Alrvady, aa we gase in frunt, the msad

oes back to the nawe of air Walter
taleagh whose search fur the famous
* BE Dorado” will retain connected
with those waters as louy as posterity
lavtis, Alleady, suiug of the inhauie-
ante of the Ofinuce such ae water
fowls, elecuic eels and allegators with
which Lhis tives tewma, now becume
vinible, & walter shake ae if Lo Welcome
ue comes awiuasming Lowards the dad/a
end disappears ae inyeteriuusly as fe
came as if disgusted at our tuiportune
bty. Atter several hours steaming, we
reached ao Indsau settlumont of the
aiver,—about 75 miles I1otn ite outh=
called * Low Jodws,” Here the Lelia
miadea stop usie her wont. Canoer
of Indians of Guarajuons as they are
eometiunes styled, came aloogeide the
steaner Litogiog with Wem rare birds
of the region (Moricbes) in eal

thoroughbred races the keenest excite
meat and enthustasm prevalled. Oo of
these furnished the biggest surprise ofthe
flay It was tbe Rerbice Club Stakes, and
appropriately the blue ribbon of the meet-
Ing, when Maid, who was much despised,
wonthe event, thanksto Borde's clever
riding and judgment. The betting was
simply tn favour of actress and Fidus
the former securing the biguest patronage
at the part.’ In consequence the result
was the cause of the declaration of the
biggest diridend in the day's racing.
eS 8 being the anjount paid out on eve
five shilllng ticket bougbt on Maid.
Another surprise was in the Juvenlle
Handicap, pmpich aly enatched from

me which was heag! nal on
account of winning the Staiden event. M. s re oil
Here sgain Horde’s clever riding played a Witla I ‘it thy ured twe
promlosnt part inthe result, Dr, Masslah mIflt adjourned twe eal
was the moat successful owner and

deservedly so bile stables were ofedited CITY POLICE oo

with five wins out of nineevents, Colllo- —
ton gobthe biggest sbare of the ple In} perore His WoreAlp Dr, Busmeal
Wright)
ba wih

deed be was unbeaten. wloniagall three ard
Tool
Ficntiva Seban an

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each credited with a victory. je other
victories weot to the “foreigners,” Re
proach winning two racea, whi




ot hiseogagements Mald and Ugly were
charged by constable Jaco





baskets weaved of palin. Very fio the time being at feast tiled tu | aed roughly tpeaking fsabout@ uiles eS ma ho lived there in former le athlete
fatereating was the first yliwpee vl} wiuke each other Loppye "After a few long. [Ube a Reeeded onwaid> thue>, “i Mise. de ‘Ibieory read her lec | 404 avenge ot one each. The whole at George Street Tey eee
Lbese peopig the direct dewcendants Gl] wiles steaming we reached a emal) | at 4 epeed of about Is knots aod at } THE LATE HONQURABLE W. (Ure # nawe vocurted tame which might | Pesults were satisfactory ie trom no other | 60° Bo sbulog Pe)








































atandpoint (han the f. racament,
the prises were ‘won pe tat whe bulk of P DisoHDEBLINESS, — Fresde
colony, which goes to show the people of | Norman Berard
Eat siagauame.cay Bold thelr own from | en slug artak end
e “Invasion” w. cen
Trioldage ot Of elther Barbados or | yooh toed. They were
THU FORCED HANDICAP, pnd e fine of 10s, was lmpo
Three-quarter mlle. Value 8130. Forced Ausenys oF A Laut. «Re
to all winners ef creole racea, and open to charged b constable | Bove
ay a ihe
Testing. Hutrence gin are’, at, the cessary hours. A foe of §

have been wentioned, that of Mr. W. EL
UBL vrei f, Utadstune, Were not ble ancestors con.
. : neeted with the West podles { (sir
u uoMs was charged In

The Honourable W. L. a Dyett, pass. House with bis hather having held slaveaye

& beave and waite race who origioal
Jy johabived the country, ‘Lhe novel
sight of theee dusky creutuies natural.
fy caused the camera devotece 4
Dead vo take snap shote of thew |

thir boas and ou the steawer’s ladder
authey came up to dispose of then
wares, The amen sat io their small
boats nade fiom the trunk of trees, 15

village called La Pastors situated | P.a: she pawed the historic wreck of
sbuut J00 milea fiom the mouth of the | the old “ Bolivar’, ‘The scene of het
aiver, which allhough very wide at | tecent uilebup wae givena wide tenth
this point was nevertheless very | ott thleoccasion by ibe ' Della" as shu
sballow insomuch that at one time we | slided along iu md-atream, After | wt away wt bis meideuce ou Queene | “ Another ressun which makes It ples.
thought that the Delta bad dragged | pusvivg Panpanaat 3 pm, on Mon | Park West yesterdsy wornlug baving | gant to have listened ta thls lecture Is
tbe sand, but this idea wae soon dis- | day we tvached Angosturita one of | beeu laid up for some mouths Mr | chat we who live abroad very often feel
pelled, ‘Ehe enormous sand-banks | the moot dangerous paits of the river | Dyett wae esscentiaily sau of figures, tT ahut gore Interest might taken tu
which form the happy bunting ground | ea account of ite shallowness, The and asa cousequence, bes earned a wide | Boyland in the colontus ka which welive,






















ao sluuet nude cundiion and ith | iy thie season for tbe alligeturs and | beat was very oppreesive now and asa | Tebutation as asound Luaucier, He was | wna itis very pleasant to come here and |. meeting. Hatrance glo with &, awe
porn in the fislaud of se Kitts, stakeof @Sp.p. Ist horse to recelve §! days was im posed.
only a cloth wrapped abuut their luius. | rocodiles now became visible and | tesult the patty deserted thedeck and | Cventy years . aud — for many sre (ile roots crowded that a peber craw and aweepalake dnd horee, 0.0. 5 IGHTING, Dookte, Jumble

retied to their cablos only to dad
that no | siesta’ was possible,

Soon after at about 3u0 pm, the
© Allauza” was seen approachlog iu
the distance and uaturally all eyes
weteriveled on ber, Phe was beautl-

Tbe wowen's dress constated attely of
Ouse garweut which they cuntilved te
‘prrauge not in @ graceful, But in a
supremely inodest manner, This tribe
of abuilginel Caribe still lingers along
the banks of the Orinocy tetaiuing the
old jovk and the uld language, and, ¢%
cept for the cannibaitain, petaioung
thelr uld fiatis, ‘tbey ate shi
fol in Hebing, hunting, baske:
maaking and uther curtsus arte
Ove these the Cacique or queen ot
athe tribe came on board with tw
“*moricbee” aud obtained a ready sale
the Commander Gaptain David Lopec
having bought thew as preeents for
Aliss fs. Lo Hunte Aud Mie Boddat
Wortham, Alter exchangiog a few
words with Ovlonel Swaln who seetie
to bave supe knuwledge of the dissect,
ebe returned to her cance and starteu
to pull sborewards., For wome distant:
aller wards, these half-naked aod de
jected fulke were encountered. They
eves tolive amervy life in bute bu
of lus Jeaves (adjoupas) qlong they
banks of the river: You can distinguish

were chargod by the same 6
fghtlog ae Lelgrave Street
found gullty and Dookie wal
Tra Unga, oma ele 6d, and 5
taloer of winner Mr. McLean, ngs or 7 days bm:
Like beveral other events, a circum: Trovstesonn Ginlen,
stance which detracted coasiderably from 4 40d Annie Phillips w
the foterest ia the meeting, only a noqing Mary Lone iltfp
couple came out in the Forced ifendicap, “Gros Mama” Pb es
the last event on the pro me. These | ands fresh summons hd .
trere,tteproach and Goilnton. Thla was | Hicks was tined 5 abillloat
e Arst meeting of the dor : son me: if
and this, coup! withthe peta tanTiNG Millfoeat sod ©
Reproach having conceded dst to Colinton, | Rovlnsoa were Skme ag
unusual interest and excitement pre Greenidge with igh nd nad |
valled in the race. From tbe public puint | They were found ge I as ;
of view Jieproach, despite the handicap, | Sts agelast whom Pep be?
was the favourite, atid the betiing was | were recorded, were hea i
docldedly (nthe big mare's favour, The | ead ten daya reapectiiall
result of 9 fine start gary Collnton a] Moan FionTiNd, Sen iy
alight lead whick Borde k all ad | Charles Thomas vers ing
vantage of forcing the geldingas mach | Corporal McNell wilt a
asbecould, Down the back stretch the | Street. Thomas d' sPehs
animale raccd together, but whatever
alight ditterence there was it was always
ad fo Calintona favour. It wasa pretty
Glorious weather fpvoured the sixth | race all tha way and the 5; tore were
tace meeting of the Berblee Hoe | wild la thelr excttement. fleproach given
Club Lid which waeheld in New 4u- | ber head and whipcame upon level terms,

sotne of Lhgaponslers were shot from
on board goly to roll backwart Into
vir eletuentaod there eet an inglori-
ois tiniwl, Adlittle before La Pastor
sus teached at about Ben we
aw Fe edt cha over-
soul ing the, woke” of the river | Cully decorated with flaga and had on
debind was an Indian settlement | voard the committee appoluted by the
alled “EI Nino Aparacides” on | Uresident of Bolivar to receive the tive buslvess life Mr, tt was
account of (he fat tbat a small image | Gubernatorial yarty. ‘ibis committee | pi cniy respected aniongat ali classes In
Waa din uvezed Lbese some tine age, | consisted of the tecretary of the State | ine community and his appolatment tos
«be tubabitants, itis stated, were not | vf Holivar, Geoeral Uribe, the Jefé | seat onthe Legislative andl was re
the people to allow this omen topase | Civil, Mr Cristiano Vicentiol, | ceived with goucral approval, He was
anguiiced, v0 they bolita litte church | and the President of the Municipal anan of few words, buta deep thinker
wud & plelty vlog epiuog up. Thy |‘ ouncii, Dr, Delgado, ‘The Hisbop of | and expecially on matters of | finance
peuple bed gatheredon the bank and | Bolivar, Rt. Rev, Meosigner Duran, | where bis opluions eagerly sought alter
ww ihe Della pamed by with decoa | Mer. Hobert Merdervon and ©, Hi. de | by lis colleagues on the many | Boardy
touw fivin atens to slern, they vealived | Lemos (Batti ¢ onsul at Bolivar) was aud Inaticutivus with wybica S nena n
bat eumetbing dimpo tant was oa and | among thus who cawe off by the | wes on ee one wine of
wu waved bepwutedly tous ‘The water | ‘ Allanse ” tu weloome the Governor the ‘Loilege Counctl Board
st La-Pasune was sbout Sfeet below [on board the “ Dvlta." When they | jtucstion, | Central Road — Board,
sue usual level and therefore Captain | had joined the " Velta” all bands ai | Quasautine Authosily, and Port of Spain
twpet the Cammander of the Lela | sembled inthe saloon where jutro- | fuwn diourd. Jie was Ubalimen of the
viecly elected to pasethe olgbthere | ductivona aod heod shakioge touk | Srintdad buciety for the Preveution
dae aucbor was accurdingly lowered at | place ‘Ube Bevietary General of Uoli | Crusty to ulus, and was cae of the
55 op Sunday wight with theriver | var then delivey tha folluwing | Wires Cousuisiouer appoluled by the
carcely seven feet deep in thle place | address in Spanish ; uuveruur, vu the origlual seus deuv

Dr Bb Wahabg.

i. In Wordey m & Colinton, ice
m1. ©, Da « Hepruac
ie oe tae bm. He 4

years Was mauever of ihe Greuuda
branch of the Cvioniah Bauk, which
oillee he vacated ja order tatskeup a«
similar = appeiutment ip the Iiluidad
branch. In ld he Jefe the Colonial
Bank here and ruered into partaersbip
with the firm of Severe Gordon Grant
& Co. wherebe remained fur several
ta and wotll he eventually yerired
han dye









voucerning turmer famous West ludiaus
wasto be sead here. 1 have very great
pleasure in seconding this vole of thanks,
andam sure that you will join beartil
dr accoi ding (tbo the lecturec, (Applausel,

Tt in of Interest to note that befuie leay
{ng for British Gulaus, the vew Governor,
Sh Walter Egerton, will attend a dinner
arranged to bu hela in bia honour by the
Weet India Committee, The speeches
will be on unattere of colonial interest and
importance, especially tbat of developing
tbe colony by weans of rallwsy construc
Uen, ~





























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BERBICE RACES.

DR, MASSIAN WINS FIVE 1tACES,
COLINTON UNBEATEN.

MANY ABOENTERS CAUBE OUR
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was allowed Is ows bell wl
Kianrias Elia Hayset
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ftheus ata glance by ther tawny com | yay inthe distance near La Pastora| Your Buceliency, ladles and gen. | eroment Curry putes, Ils also sat | widen on Blonday wader the moat | 2nd down the @ streteh It was ye axe WH,
plerion aud pecubaly wodeot viesges | ie iyhis trom the fiitle adjoupascuuld | Uemen Astheretary of the stata of | Othe Couminsion of luguly | some | pvinratle elrounstances Imaginaite didicelt to know yee ia iaaion. The genet Victor doeeph ant

to sey buthing of then womads dreese
Bifeyh oud bal wives, they prescese bor
the arts of weaving baskets aud othe
pretty thinge from thi stuipegt the
bruni leaves. As Jolly hunteve they
Bie good shots with Low aud arow
and ¢an alo mghulecture Mamas be
otany desige. oly patients, buat
aud adjoupe are al} woetdly goods
and they are ready to do slunet any
thiogdu retere fot a few bistuile uo

yeare ago inte the altaisn uf ihe Meiurse

Own Devings Havk frauds, He took 9 | Ati ne time i wasthou bttbat owing

to he wnoertaory of the weather ill
tuck would bave atteaded the meeUng
butt ¢showere whieb fellio tbe early

talaga cece otang i
the wil asad t reslient o
the Nunicipal Counet] bo oiler your dee ly vouce om pulile ina nitkoogh
hearty welcoue ja the name Our | ough iatesvet might wevor have been ap
President Dr. Lous Gadeyoa welcome ent frown au orelorial view polut. Mr
Every shepherd tells his tale such as infite your bonourable self Ciyeaa misy truly te saldto hese been
ludee the Bawthurn in the dale” and the party that avsompsniee you. | ope Of those wen who talked litte. but
t tobe muuch pleasure to tnfora you | # Utmauch, and his 1iDe esperteuce
dome Wilereeiog stories aboot the | charthe Piesident of the State ‘of | sed Sdetoeut werw invariably — belptul
wire{elaind op boaid wo Wee wether by | iy'peued’ wisi the bocoug cobterted | ob fremealawetion AUthe. Lesiasatre
fy if Lomten .
ines of cloth. ‘Ihe river gives them | Mr. Autanty Could the genial Ublet | J, ty . It te the | & ally looked | upon ss tw wou by a bare neck but coatrary to | wae takes AU eect
cpeugh Neb, fur their familie Ubey | steward cf the =a, Delta who about poe ee y thie va Hue way “enaaelal rope te apd bis ab pepe Ete. at toe itoe we paral expectations the Jadge (Mr | over ty Kev el a
Cinematogeaph #7

ve plainly seen and lbis coupled with
the tact that the peuple hese lives pas
wral life brought forcibly before the
writer's mind's eye the words of Joba
Muon that :—

wo : d Sarah Matrya were © gst
tid hea He ponn a co gu Bun | Bowen, wich arid Ul
jockeys were uslog stbelt whips, ‘and welghia. Tn three re etbes,
respond 5 Bate
tuur ofthe mornl.g only tended ta sult of Unie secneed to place eflatan sbaat ANGIHTR AMAULT al
Oung the track to well nigh perfection; | a aeck la front of Reproach but Bonner ‘
futher, the (leak of the Weather| st the lest minute appeared to land | $0 Hest
wee in goud maod, It was a glorious | his charge la front, the "Reglla hores
flne afternoon theoughoot «1th an ge wan rid ibe are, of hie life Thi was Fraser. presented tee ¢ ,
ab cefieotio; erse. eo urrange a ‘
tueote were all Saat ‘could be desired | Ml! outward spwarance Heproseh bad | plea of no SULIT, igen OO








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lieve giouad proviewus aad verily } eo years ago b.vughh of thelr ob Hl te a extoemel: . | Hanter) decided in Collatuny favour,

suvet have an es sy hile, ow ug nol hing chiefs iu bis abin to rhekisd. liow- tdearent une an" over ones is tbe poy tedy A) Tithe tstin, whee taaper- ee any euale eolly eatiofac: edhaialon, which as wdvermely crlttel od

and having poulw,g to Teas, world | ever, It would not be possliide withia Liful city of ToUval which’ ly tbe taut questions lavelying Goaves, Voc be bestowed of tbe lodefalgable | iba jaa ta
Mr.

t ir Messiah hiaeeli who was fa the
balers Touge ihg
coomornte wan



apd je wife does wol comeru bun | be cumpase of thle bartiele to10- | eradle of Gival ( olobis hk “ 4
Ler dees mousy oF the sine oad fal B tale Ube. 1s be to sey that ° ils Macellcey then seplied in suit pat oo Hoe uy bet tr rah Meek wpe ee ead See Scolared | tual, hie the + for
ot thle He tne Velde glided ciiveatd th wales pele ied may bus tbey alle wee w the ‘oui of # fuels Satage" by ithe ep Weod tue, The attopdsues wae guile vp yy extent of destroying: tbe‘ pari cautuel” Electric, '
1 feat Hitle speech al he voyage ey ie Tyee | othe standard i fprevicus mecliige ; | te bets bosgdt on Collatou
wy 1 tropioal sunlight “bbe wien | ueies wom bappler aa when given sa | tu Boliver was iveuned bowyuets were | Bustd: | He was with the dution | decd (be ciomds eround the ratty | Whetber the judge wes right er wroo i? 4
‘ wich prevatiod wae bicbst [old cast uff wae ox & tow ‘alte LT tthe ladies bi Rota. | ot e ofthe Commlttes pied | iudee vom uy fe rely | suatiers little ‘to t oer with 7
Se ae sree ane | et She ra | Eee Acryl | i eng peta | Sets ety | plage, een Csr cei
one, n P? ulbsar Wee deeched. srne | fy od luibeprice of adwissica — Krcelle oo a ED Aloo piano $4
on Tai it lesge luys sud bout fb) lay asd five inlaates we Wane very jatwesguy one Fou | oe wtetiua bad the ar | in see e seeawds | Arlee of the dey, and was thus 8 AF Rov 17, Bete
DUB eat ss NCC SPO Meson laved | ets Ras Nhe | eae gear, | le vara Pee the og ody | See biog mrtiaance es ook ere | AER |









‘ ‘Btores Indl ate of Leagua Vill
v4 . = Batana Grande, Boose’ ke Gea tance or | URLS weil
PSD BAG AURAS fruULeOCON,’ Trishlad"Devowceds beventsie | (Lgof Frederick an
rene od Mach{ae for the euccomstal treatment of Chronis Rhee: | AUCTION Tae.
Gout, Nearslaia, D of the Jolate, eto, It instan SALE for Touretay the Bed
Suef Segann, restore circulation of the blood and bailey noha pals dey of Mey 1912, between t rt 2pm,
jaactes INITY SUAP'T AFFINITY SOAP} APEINITY SOAP DUBLICNOTICE te
£ totratoved Aine first tims on the local attet in place of *TOILO NoAI™ which p there will be pat cp loves . ty abe
/histren manulactured. A Household Tolletand Narsery Soap. ieonowle, | le auction at the office of the outer.
jniy Werlomed and restore the skin soft and cool. J rive 6¢.-400 cents per dozen, wend Prlocee Towa of Thurntay the
. - tA
KOLYNOS! KOLYNOS! KOLYNOS! a saat Tact ateroos aie WAR
ei
tal Cream an Liquid Deutriéce, eharely, Aatlseptic and Racterioke, Vi i the Ward ot yerene Genta

y

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la the matter of she Hetathtof Rise Nod!

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a
woth and presesves the e 1/0 small olze and 20 large

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Ie needa no apology nor explanation Singer Sewing
Machines sover the fields aiher Oscillating Shuttle —
£07 Hook, Vibrating Shuttle of Automatic Chains g RS SYLVE3TRE WILLIAM4 bay.

b, When ing seoared the healthy and commed-
fous residence corner of Sackvild sod
Eaward Stree's, t¢ prepared to accom:
modale « Imited number of Boarders,
Spectal atteation will be given to childreo
from the Country attending echool—Terms

a

moderate,——Iat z

& woman can point to the name SINCER
oa bef machine her friends realize ahe das the best
macbine of to type that money can bay and every
woman baews this.

‘he @Blager Sewing Machines are sold only at Burg?

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MOMITH BROS. & CO, THE MOWANZA DRUG STORES, rede woe tle fonds os tha Soath upon | Peoe eels “Mulersted olor tos) TONIC WATER & P -
Port-of Spain, Sangre Grande and Anma, East upon jeads sow ut lavely Crown | fiaiet., oo - . Tr .
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ny Ine b . + * By TID EP » a Tm, in sie i caves ~
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SER SEWIN MACHINE COMPANY In the Sepreme Ovart of Tricidad and Satanlisled a'°710. Fole Axon 8, Trinidad Two Orphans. 3. Student's Rag.
‘ . y Jurindicbi > Spal The Odest Fue In . —_—ae * rae :
f 14. Frodorick stroot Note oF Io ee Portot-Spalm swance Compay in| Dec Gnd 1911 Tools Heals Heels 4. Blasting Operatio®s—
. Port of-dpain. fa the matter of spo atten the World, [psurapces ° Chitt Hill
oth Shope‘at San Fernandd; Sangre Grande and Scarborough, Tobago, T. Geddes Graot RY ay, Aatnst Loss of L Dama bce - 3 .
Sanaa ial niin Saal i> aeiean Pea Note yiohatia reo, thet th fei ornass = 0 ee :
= ereby gives, that there Count . GS . NT] H} B}
‘ will bepat ap fur asieat the Defen- * a 1 4}
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el s Road fa the Tuwa of Mort-of-Sosin on Ine & Holter Houses, rs} “
; “T Welneslay the lat day of Mey 1912 at avters aod atl loguratt hoerinn Eeakien vat op ’
7 ‘clock boon, ur : .
DCT By Tey | ratte Beck toteade of petodaay | OTL TERED S Te yj Wednesday, Saturday & Sunday at 4 p.m.
— ELEY | Ue serpent eg oe Bet | Ma wun ecnaney Ha 2.0 | .
wate our. jn $58 rr tone: eate, cen! tates for uae wel fe
¥ The best Place in tha Rest Indies for Jewellery. Peaa, Balt, Salt Beef, Batches, Ete ite, bike Ulaes Windows losire td. ’ caces | eet: é .
Ete, Aleo 2 Chale, [ron Bedetead, RENT:—losurance effected for securing lode a2 @ 4 .
Bs Levied upon (a Ube abavs matter, ity for the Loss ot reat b case of fre, e USUAL POPULAR PRICES - Seu LGe. Bbc
SOLID SILVER AND ELECTRO-PLATED WARES. CLEMENT Fis. LIGQURE Lowes bY Lightning are Made Good Uy tia — @ & RESERVED SBATS «2 = 36e
; , wal, 5 .
1 F wa! atchea, Clocks, Optical Goods, Le. > Sane INCOME id spr ° £1,671 887 3 ro: FS
BelQuility.—At prices to defy competition, Watches, Clocks, and Jewallery Tathe Bobet Court of Trinidad aud FUNDS, gut UIE B91 oe sree BAM TEE So - @ = ==
" repel by competent workmen. It will be to your advantage-to pay usa Tobago. Agent Trialdad & Tobago... WV, Io REID —_ Eo on ~ —— i
Â¥ before maklog your purchaee. 7 No 113 of 112, \ Saba ort radetenhone No 170... w 5 BSOUBLUTTE YNOCOLATN | 3 BSOUMLETTE JOCUA 2
> ween eat of Sani é MIL! ~ .
- 66 MARINE SQUARE—(KEXT TO THE ICE HOUSE). Marie Noel Masy—Plain tilt dn Sea Forside oi, W QONYUN 4 = 0) A 3
: : an _ —— Recent Nal -
SEW GOODS RECFIVED BY EVERY MAIL. Isabella Aguillera, Mary Doyle, La: Th B il f ] d { ' l pe 8 PINT COCOA, o
rare Ficidnd Rioe 7 | Raaiactstionsmrtioasane: | 400 DOGPU Ol ANUUSIPIa!), = A CARD. = "
Peuend Rings, Wedding Ritgs, lstrator Geveral—Defendants. Training TIE t \pensixED tu ge totoffor bis ad Q O BI 7 eT a ce)
( ss ———— PUBLICNOTICL is hereby given that . ° Awent and Uolivoloy of theta commeaalon F U a Kh &
ASK YOUR DEALER OR GROCER Ban ection bas en commenced = 0 re Ween rein where! ex: nce ec * COM
the plaintity asthe Lawful Widow and TECHNICAL GLASSES. entation Inti sare habe ura” 2 ~ PURRBT CHOCOLATE. 9
i . y hLe * te abehtul lise
——FoR—— CY Aritaa Propratoe eine Geant to | [AE Tasha) unzes conte (e1ty | touch way fe onto in cre |B nue tT ‘
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tration in Solean Form of law to the | next, Gubjects Fatriery, 1" achicel Street or in klud « ure of ht ot Eee _
. » | SelSetuedialday of Novettee food | WVerkshon. Piumiog. Bagineoring, | Manage to owe tel ot ails Oly °° | T
« teatate leaving tbe Plaintit? his Law- orkshop —Vractlow, ‘Typography. a—tn, au“ . SS
’ y _ it Widow aud’ itetict bla surviving Book binding. ) Bhipyognte Wark, Aprilind: Me L AB O U R E RS WA N ED.
E —AND— the first five named defendants being « tule. Kees Nope charged to Itunes Dentistr
F is helrs at law aud that the said ac: tered Apprentices ‘Artisans slut cents y:
; 9 tion hae been eet down for tris! on c tebe or $150 a Seewen each -— APPLY TO
Monday the 6th day of May 1912, subjects * DR C FP. CLARKE ' .
Dated ibis Zin ay of April 12 | CiATIEICATES OF EFFICIENCY | SitADUATE of Howard Usiverett Gittons' Carriago Factory,
: . MATS COEa ON | “These ate now only granted ufter | (2° U.8.4, SurgeonDenuet, dies 1U Rhone cass

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further particulars apply to

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Funds Exceeds ... 212,000,000,

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b ole Lea.

trenn ryotem or Dune v0 A. male, la the matter of the Hetale of Alexander
Xt Oures The Cadett, late of the Ward of Manassas
Hard GCaseu ~- riile, planter—deceascd,

JUMLIO NOTICE is hereby given that
gtygneere» | L sp plieatiivn bas been meade to roe b:
Lntwenuel Kytvers Lawrence aod Juee
Lawiecve, of the Ward of Meozsnille ia
tbeblsod of Irinidat, planters, fora
grant of Admioiatratiioa with the Will



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3th 1912 . ee 2S aod te’ | ed of the eotate of Atsxsuder Cadet
———— “puget tor |pnurr noEQuTABlazTue}|—pEnTisray | “rer taa ess am | ebaaleet Als
: ther particulars. : -— een tiFelowuy 1911, bers
” CAKES ! CAKES i CAKES! antl! 2th— _ MENT OF LOSSES. De UL W. LYNCH Auas Firg Areuray7e Com pany, Ltd indent axa pro abode inte
Cite _——— ' . Agents. OLD Modell aud Dewoustrator of | Prepared Us acospt riske of all descrip. Fe Havers Liswrecce sud Joseph
Se OS TREES se HHS: PANS Hoo Martin Looal Road! SMIITH BR OS & GO | aes Se SRS | Oy Sen ine | EOL a eae
dee Sh eo ° a oO tNTIIT prealrel widera pela — vg omitted te appoin bo execa ae
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A shee, Sponge Uskes, Jaw Tarts, Jam Pulf, Current arts, Coconut —en . Porvol-Spaim Tiholded, ~~ Bouaon. tigbs days from the date of the patlicas
Uren Tarte, Blecuit, Plea and Hisees, at Jd, each 4 Frult & Spouge Cakes _— . tiga of this Notice, tbe Court will proosed
packs, po Katapiisueo — 22 1
, fi &t 30a, per Ib, Ordere must be sent a day in advance lo avoid to grant with the Wil annexed accurde
Blue. SLAB FRCKOMBY STHENT, or Phones G7ES da SO NOTICH IGE H ou SE ENGLISH Office :—12, St. Vinee Vincent Street |! #¥:c4 sous sun day olay iat
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pustic NOTIUE ts bereby gives that
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of ths lewa

NATIONAL?
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Received,

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§ Ceadidates for election wust give at doe Virgiote Augestia Joseph
i MPANSPUARMACY Daineck ned TreFavourie Pharuncy oppo | | laseergReleatdeysentieele milled | yet Cop FOR SALE. | :i8: Femsote te eed Busted woreed an the Torkiblre Pire and
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Pome . “, Dusters Ta Error we have boon for. | isade, Tusmltd, doreased who sted { gupscrtiHen CAIITAL £ 600000
J PAT) An i MILKS, » Kipperw warded. - . ag she dd aoy of Auguer Ill baving at ACCUMULATED PUNDS—
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eoeaged, you should ake ergot. etal hate ta tdeaee | Mid Zot Choose, | | te Dauble Marne fur | Sy eitucieinateitider
‘ DRBw _ I STOEIE? tive byrup coutlives to pouupy a fory- a lder Cheese 1.38 ponioa, . . oa vet le da belewot etpirsth a of St. Helene Square, York. England,
p Ye EOes— i a8 FBEDEBIO sot aot aad atta prereative nt deste J set fort do Throws two Sots will be dis- | veenty-cight days tiom the dae of the | JRECARED to seeeys rosbe of all
at order from a ortaloggue which shows a picture ofa Dismond the | of theluegs, Ib) & otaadand inedl” Hootie Cre am posed of ut Luvoice Comte, pee ot ti ot tas mala an ewe aol Speouay, tc
* hoomotive tlaah light and culy get « mere little twinkle eine took witene Ne weetul, ‘ re daly. i alas and the
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New Yorx, April 1-Out of the boy's story, as repeated by Capt, “Thestrugglo which ensued when
8 Dumeroue atories Pia tt of Grip. wae that when he tread to get | Mr. Steaus ttled to force hiewife into Mada of the Koes, chien, ook tnd seatory
the “Titanin” dieseter thers stand | {nto a boat the eallers pushed him | the boat le a, pleture whieh I shall matenals, of unas quality, Ne
rd forth wany facts to prove the extra-{ back, with * You're not agirl.” Col. | never foaget, It was more than be On tightness anywhere-—air cuceletes
ce ed ordinary “fortitude and wonderful | onel Actor, the boy said, happened to pitttal. Mre Straue stuck to the end, breely between garment and body, ¢:
P, A . heroista of those left behind on the | be near, saw this, and pieking up from {for she, [ learned, wet down with & grateful ecase of coolness and comfort al
ie liner'e decks facing the death that the deck a pits at Jem l ivoa the hee husband when the Titaole od through she hottest wend ther,
Ped . or" overtook them, \ \ @ head and, watching bis chance. | sank” t Shate wath short sleeves alerves
a EN acres of ono of the most desirable theting tn some of thels detail there | posted him lato’ the boat with the | Others who eaq te scene, amon 08 Kore Leagh Dawes

thes Col, Gracie and RR. W. Daniel,
remember that Mr and Airs Straus
stood hand in hand while thie was
gotng on iuacircle +f men who were
pleading with Mes Strates to yo, but
uone 6f whom could bear to take her
forelbly feom ler husband. One of
those who joined tne group. they aald,
was Col. Actor, who had just taken
leave of hie wite,

Ofticera of the ship came up and

For “ GOODNESS? ’, Sake

stories are wonderfully unanimous in] wemen.
teatlfying to this herois conduct NOW A GALLANTOFFICER DIED,
Probably there were niany herces That Major Butt, like Colonel Astor,
among those men who saw the women | died the death of a gallant officer anc
tothe boate, and the deeda of one | brave inaa there {st the ame testi-
would scarce outrank those of another. | mony from survivors, Not ‘a0
Naturally the survivors noticed parti [| many evidently knew the quiet, re
cularly, however, the action of the tlring army officer, who had been the
tore cotable of their fellow-passen | President's defightful companion, as
gers. and it was of thelr conduct they | knew Oulonel sswor, but there were
Untify epecifically, thodgh It was

Al all the better arore
MORRIS & CO, Mebane, Dattans, Od

Lossscss:

building spots on GASPAREE—the old
Spanish Fort point with Bay—being the
Be Southern side of what is known as “GOOD.
B) WILLE'S BAY.” Faces But,





ro | some who did and remembered how he

fast, Unce when same sailors actually
seived hold of Mre, Straus, eye wil-
Ndeses aay she put out he hande
piieously towarde her hueband and
then clutched the rall to keep from
belug drag, towards the boat,
Heary Wollner, oue of the witnesses
af this scene, sald that Mr Straus re-
fused tedly to go himself, aod
ssid: “Not before the other men”.
‘ Mre Straus”, said Wollner, *tighten-
ed her grasp on his arm and Spattent it
aud emled up at hin, and theu
siniled atus.”

In it

but many of the survivors noted par- | wae once @ ursic teacher to the
Uentarty it would Beem, the conduct | Roosevelt childien, “Ae such she had
onthatdread(! night of Col. John [frequently met the Mafor at the
Jacob Astor, not one, but many, saw | White Heuse. She says that she left
the Straus’ elect inthe face of death, on the last buat to pull away. and
to remain together. Regarding the | that it wae Major Butt who put bee in

manoer of death of
mitch lesa It koa tenia “ Major Butt escorted ine to a neat

Batt much lese is known, for few, it i
appeared, knew President Taft's gene- [in the boat,’ sald Miss Young w-
tal aide, day. He helped ine find a space,
THE PASSING OF EDITOR atianged tuy clothing abolt me, etuod
Singular! STEAD. free! dott pis hat. sailed, and said
singularly enough of the death of | 'G e.' An hen he stepp
the dotin Tished journallet and hs back tolhe deck, alroady. awadh. Ae -
licist, Wiham T. Stead, there fs prac | we rowed away [ looked back, and The last boat left“the chim
tically no chronicler among the sur- | the last I saw of bim he wos aqnhog | were a young couple, Me and Nr A,
vivors whose stories have been pub- | and waving bis hat to me, Oicks ‘ths our boat—the last boat
iehed. One of tha most distinguished =| Mra, Charchill Candee, also of btago niored away from the ship,’
paseergera on the bhip, bis actions at \Washington, was with Mies Young, Pas Mre, Dick, “wo could plainly see
that awful occasion seem to have andshe too, she saw Major Bult
passed unnoticed by those who have standing on the deck watchlog their
boat pull away, and waving goad

as ' - babl

es y buta fair sample of the conduct | acted In those last dreadfal hours. J Joined in urging the elderly woman
aan 3 i - of many lens conspi d One of them appears to have been Mise | clinging to her husband, togo. They
es For particulars, apply to the same noble “fompany, tence Marie OG, Sone ot Washington. who report thatthe bosts were leaving

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Mc and Mrs Straus « andiog near the
tall with their aim around each
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Prederick K, Steward, who eat next men push aside others whe made for
to Mr, Stead at the table, enid that the boate befure the women,

* Cam noteure,"ehe sald, “but
think that when we pulled away fiem
the-Titante 1 saw Majoe Butt, whom
Lkn- webgbtty, standing near where

they were loading some other poate gtound provisions and live atuck, Nhe

HARBOUR & MARINE NOTES.

The schooner * Awos Cutter”, trad-
(ng between Hor uados aud Tiinidad,
arrived yeetervlay frow the fret men.
Goned place with # latge carga ef

S survived. Unly one nameless paaven- V i 1
. ger of all those when stories thusfar bye. Jie was quite calm, they y all burning and the band was playing, 30 0 B oxes er micelli—
hb . ave appeared, sald anything about sald Tome the tnost atfecting episode of ASSORTED
cs . Mr. Stead. According to this passen- Mra. D. W Marvin, a passenger in] the whole disaster was that final ASSOR . 1
& v ger, Mr, Stead, believing that there another boat, ave testimony to] glimpse of this elderly couple hand “ .
os Wasnat the sightest danger of the show how the gallant officer spent | iu band, awaiting the end together,
wi “Titanic” foundering, returned to this the Last moment of hia life. Mes,
ee stateroom and probally perished there, Marvin said that she saw many brave
‘ —_— nn 4

the latter had told him of s mummy in
the Beitlsh Museum. This mummy
had had amazing adventures, said Mr.
Stead, but any pereon who wrote its
story wouldend in a great calamity,




Have Received a Quantity of

ENGLISH TRUNKS

JUST LANDED PER §.S. ““MIARAGAS.”

Automobile Casings various sizes.

fe sald that while he knew it, he He hadan iron bee or stick v 4 ; !

rhs : oe would never writelt, Jie did not tell band, and he was beating bach the | brought 59 bags of potators, 8) bar. ” Inner Tubes to suit above casings
Ba hich are being sokt at London Prices. A Mr. Steward some of the story of the frenzied crowd who were attempting nase, cre “ ¥ Casing Protect lo :
“4 fe ived slichtly el aged, tl st . mumusy before the disaster which cost, to crowd into the lifeboats, ¥ Bere, _ ” iw stectors
ta ewfarrivec shy at iy amaged, 1exe to go Mr. Stead his life, A second-cabia passerger who was] » Tee Tyre Covers J
COL ASTOR'S HEROISN. taken Lothe Chelsea Hotel, said that Tho H.ALS, " Derbtee arrived from 1" : wine j

That Colonel Jacob Astor, one of ; hesawainan who was pointed out Grenada yestentay worsing jeith 370 ” Eleetrie ‘one Horn i

tonetrans hipment cargo, 22 tone caigo

New York's wealthiest men, and sclon [to hlin as Mafor Butt, standing along: for Trinid Puuins

AT ANY PRICE.

. . . . {the lifeboats. “He was with the followlng pas- ” we .
Compressed FibrejCabin ‘Tranks—leather corners, feathe ot a brave tan there neat Pee or i ence Ta hle rigbt hand he | eengerst | Repair Kits 30
brasslocks, asstd? sizes, ‘wo only Compressed testimony from the survivors, though (held a revo'ver, and as the crowd |, Fiom, Nevis “Me 8. Matthenes ° Tyre Pressure Guag:
S1OCKS, ' ‘ ECS J presse In some of their detaila these stories | made toward the bow Po heard hiwn frown Donunigay Dr and Airs: Beith ” oe Cesare Guage
Cane Cabin ‘Trunks, same ay you could buy in conflict. Sifting these ataries ib fa) shouts \Siand | Uke Fi) iene reo TPA ee RT Cylinder Oil ’
Regent Street; Covered Wood ‘Trunks—flat and srclog hie alle ced other women did | thetirarheld them back Aw Twas | Shepherd, Me. is Spence, Mr Lamont For Sateby . Y. do LIMA & Co.
*



shoved to onsside I heard a pital | aad vale 5 from Grenada,

but whetber it was from his

round tops, all sizes; ‘Tin ‘Trunks—many shapes Mew Arthur, Mise “Lindwy, “Misa. i Sole Agenta for {
oe

Ba C actually get into the boat with them,
fe and styles; SUIT CASES, assorted sizes, in But aubeequentiy lett the trots some shot out ikuow, ‘Taelastt saw | Clarke, pitty ghimeye Bsa Charles
C real cow hide. of an ofticer, and others saying that it | of him was after 1 was shoved Into Me J Tost ese. B Mane
. wasathis own volition, afterhe had} the bost with my wifa and iny ten} ai of, Mite ‘Niew Aird oe
4 seen that there were olber ‘women | monthrold-baty im my arms. [ saw [ict ost es tia, ain &. Alcs
atlllon the ship. From other facts [on | Major Bu'tand Colovel Astor stand. pe Lewis, Muster Alesander,

Mr. Gd.
ing low ther asour voat was lowered Dr ana Mes, Onslow Ford, Mideckue

P| All Rnglish Goods‘and Selling Very Cheap.

emer ea esrerreaees

SIF YOU REQUIRE A TRUNK

‘ No harm will be dune to wee those at

survivors’ atories it would alvo appear .
tbat the boat in which he tied to to the water, .
save bis life had rocn: for many more Mem Churchill Candee, ot | Wash:
passengers, some say 16, when sbe lefts ington, wad she had spen! the even-
the eh'p’s side, and hence it would ap | ing with Major Butt and saw him Re
pear that Colonel Astor might have ] to hls room, butehe did nit see bin

fin.
remained except for his desire to see SE TLETIC BLYUND ALL OTHE.

that others were not left.

Preciag together the etories about With theie minde fillet with the
Colonel Astor, it Is clearthat he and | fast actions pf brave men such ae the
his wife were in their cabin when the| above, there was oneecene, pathetic

The ae Delta” Steturneal yew
tnlay tiorniog = trom Bolivar
with the following passengers: His
Lacellency Si George Le Hunte, Mise
La Hunte, Captain and Mra Boddain-
Whetham, Mies N Kequeaa, Mie 2,
Vicentini, Mr. #. Vicentini, Colonel G,
D. saaln, Mr, Pease, Hon'ble Il, O

ts, Gollan, Mr. B. V. Murray, Professor
% Cc ship etruck the iceberg, that they at| beyond all others which seems to have » ‘2

18, FREDERI K ST. once cawe ou deck and that upon Tike remeined upppermost with not one Bendeye' ste iano Gepialn

order for women to get Inthe buats| but many survivors. Jt was that letles, Me, IA. Junes, Me. A White

—_— Mra Abtor at tirst demurred, bellewing | of the deatheof Mi, and Mrs, Yetdor | om ore lat Dash,’ Mise Sparton

Ah Wb. Dersou and 12 servants.
The catgy by the! Delta," included 387
pu kuges wundiive fur New York per

that there wae not sufficient danger Strauss. Thesight of the dered

to warsant reking ber life fo such a| couple disappeating benenth the

anual crafts Crlopel Astor thereupon | rey tuaue baad refuved to, 7leld. to

josiated, va & Slater weenie us tintuad line, and 1,835 packages
nd te » D

have ‘remembered parricularty thie | the entrees vat few could davcrive j auuditer for New Yuik per Dutel

“1 aaw Colonel Astor.” she sald, to the feporters without Rreat, enio —-

" tion, thou ey had carr .

Seen ee ee ate eo intter | fd! ‘away with Je. The Strauwes |, fhe intergolonia! Ruyal Mw Leteamisr

might aleo go. When permission was hed rologled with thove op board the |) ett eet vw th By morn,

refused, be stepped back aad coolly |ehip very much, aud thelr fellow Hg frou usras “ tor 8 rua ui !

Rook ut bis clgaria com ond. | pananasry had bad mach, soperit | Tuidads vals weuer brougaed tone

iitted acigarette and jeaned over the tragedy to witness thetr devotlon, Lauebipment cargo, 6 borves und

tall, °L'tl Join you later.’* apparently lo that awful scene, which m ananys . "7 ceball . iL i ae

Paw gro totals by | eer aoe ten, Re | latin Ede "doo

hte frouethat of Mise Blater's.. Bae minds thts‘couple stood out imust Campbell and 12 deckers

sald that at the tlme Colonel Astor |consplcuoudy. While the stories

helped Mrs, Astor into the boat there regarding tbe others ee abled aes

a0! .

posta ‘and that a ips hice etand- Strausses all avemed to agree, showing yescerday. ' bhe aliought ae vous

log by thereupon invited ColoneiAstor the accuracy with which the linpres fassangere ee oo tages, iow Hy

to got Into the boat with bw wife ae . : anty

Colonel Astor.” saye Miva Lage | Many of thoes who told thi« stor i. Walcott, Me. He Mattion and 18

nr en,

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“after looking astound and seeing tnat
thle -was true, got foto the boat and
hie wifathrew ber arms about bin.

had been cluse tu the Strausees while
the wok of Jaunbing the boata was

in progress, Every one of thew agree
Strauss

The ac. * heottish Pslnce,” of the
Puce Line, ook away atnonget her

Bringmead,

Lhe boat was about be lowered [that duclngtbls mene Nr.
Shen @ woman came rudale out of | wae strangely calm, endremalned so
the compansonway, Raleing bie hand, Juntitthe end, Incply one smell res
Ovlosel Astor stopped the prepare: pret do theve storirs differ ae to what
toe ogre ie bane, aed Feng | hee rar, rae eet
Coo ee uried, Aree reer “cried ng bridge with Me, fabd | Mrs, Atreus tome cr for bunker use, wie ; ard
vatent wanted to get out Of the boat | Mre, Straua did actually get into Frongorand Mibieate yfeens een



Cargo Lu New York yesterday Un) bage
Telaidad cocoa, 214 bage Venesuelan
cows, 270 bagy Veuerusia cavos (10.
transhipment) U8 ,bage Venesuela
oxonuls, dod Lage manfek and 3}

Trinidad
tf Cabinet

fe
er

Otto
Coetse

Otto

Bostzs
one of the boats but when she found

wa the ote sald bere ne that Mr. Atrause would net fullow her eblid, ual ! Merv a, Meous, It. Shenstone
lowtone, Aathe boat was belog low- | she stepped out again, Uther acgounte | Adi eC. D a Tah ~ Péarevn, J.
eted [ heard bim distinctly ssy: ‘The | are that ‘Mra Straus from the first Ari ng, shea and Jervant *
ladies will have to go first’ ” refused to step a footina boat with: | 47
Qdilll another wha seems to have wil. Jout Nr. Strauss aod that the latter
nessod thie incident, but whose ver- | after trying lo force ber into one for
gion differs elightly, wasColooel Gracie | a minute then Zare i Th scones
who declares tbat the conduct of Uvlo- | barrowlog in Its details Ie vi

thus by UW, FP Stephenson an attaché
pel Aator wau deserving of the Highest ii the Beedish asbasey who

Shenstone
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In cluded tn the cargo taken aw:
by the DALS, “Tring Willen ©
which left fur Maramaribo Monday,
were 434 bags Teididad agcou, 311 lad,
Veursuels ououn, 1,05 barrels Trhul-

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ne 6 ‘hire, Straus you 84
of the second ofticer Lo go with ber | spe Turuiog around, T saw the

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pralee- polenel ore, ne w the by thle partioular Lost sud who osly ted Kpures lake asphalt, 78 tage womememom
é eer Colonel to ssciipg. As the aloe bia wife. Hw Ca. unterdeas .— Are. cine "PHONE 146 “— 21 PREDERICK ST,
az place,” aaye Co je, | part w . “ 1: Niobolas and Vv
oy , Yetionel Astor requested premiesion + During tbe excitement [beard | obiid; for Veremaribo .—He, J. Hodrt- ‘ ° °

fied the oftte sr. ‘not 6 men sball goon | Hirauses standing logetber. The ion | | Oak Clweye Ye oes
Be Br ta | Snotyak caus ee ech

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pe
a boat uotll (he wowen are all cared | were talking lo Ais.
tee plone! 1 pr oot cone ‘nueband koowao noble yack -writeret a few
; rte aoe caernes ance ES Aeetdamarienaaarr aee x be al Auior then, eoquired tbe geld: * You van go, There's of ine Bost Ofices la the Northern
ah ° a 7 . 7
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of clvariog the other boats and ja re-

The K.M.8, “tipey ” went dowa we
asavtlog the frightened and nervous as Chore in 4 wowsn ou une Flowing Dust focterday sad a

ST. JOHN'S VEGETABLE LIVER PILLS

, womea, Ube vecssl,” sald Nr. Gtreus ‘1 will , be leaving Obsgwersmas of
Two stewants of {he Theale wid apt have fear are the Grat au aftacaoun OF temarow, f .
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America for our Goods, for the benefit: of our Customers.
adding more and more satisfied customers to our inereasing business.

Every day we are

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FARKEWALL PRRFORMACE IN NEAT

UNIFORM,

A Concant, the proceed
devnied 0 the benefit of
Lovey's Band, w pe
rinces Building om Monday night
next, theeve of the departure of this
»putar string band for a tour of the
nited States. This will be tbe pul i
lic's laet opportunity of hearing the
hand for scine time, aml will be the
fret. appearance of the latter in their
smart new unforme
nent focal artistes, both Jadies and
Rentletnen, are being asked to kindly
consent to contibute to an exellent
ramme, which will include some
he Bands latest * star”
while Hie Excellency the Governor fe
approached with t
the obtalnlog of bie patronage and
Terence on the orcaston.
be the Hint time that a benefit per-
fornuance haa ever beea held on bebalf
of the Band, and. we feel confident
thet tle Tetnidad publlc—always «a
eporting one —will rive bo Ube orcamion
response to the appeal,
he players Inve te leave
Tehind thent fanlies dependent on
them, for whom provimon bas to be
uithde beforehand, and it will
ganas tite (even If humediately © ie-
cosstal) befure the bread-winners will
be able to vead them out the inone
necessary for their support. We
think this an excellent opportusity
oucappreciation of
the pleasure they have alforded us in
the past, and even tbose wou will be
tnalde to attefd, wil be showing
their syanpathy dl ihe nore by taking
l tts look at



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Flowers, F

R Siar.
and Mra,

Hagill Johnetone, Me. Geo Fitzgerald,
Mins Corder, Miss
bolth, Mr and Mis. Randolph Rust,
L, Atkineon and patty, Mr. T
Worth, His Loniship the Yishop of
Trinidad and Mra, Welsh, Mr. Hobe: t-
sou, Mr. ‘I. Wilaon, Mrs, Aloock, Mr,
Munro, Mr. Fergusson; for Harbatos ,
Mrs. LM, Hobeon and 3 children.

———E—Ee
THE TRINIDAD DANCE
ORCHESTRA.

LOVEY 8 BAND.

@ of which

Several promi:

Thia will



WATERMAN-Tho Pionscor of Choap Pricos,





have cojeyed their miusle, seldom, if
ever, have we ever been tefused an
encore, while on many occasions the
Band bas fissa its services gratisin
som charitable cause lt urthermore,
we cannot but think that the tour of
the Band will bedelng much towarda
Dringing the name of the Colony ita
prominence = tt is now our turn todo
what Nettle is required of ws, and we
feel conthlent that we shall be able to
report a record calo ot tickets anla
Duanper house.







Massiah's Colinton, a

piss Ww so many,



TRANQUILITY SQUARE TEN-
NIS TOURNAMENT.

Tur above Tournament has reached
the seint foal etages and it ie hoped
the finale will be played off on Satur.

ofinterest

One mile—Valued
alleacoles and fo

Si dollars,

day,

XS will Le seen by the results some
very close matches Look place Inthe
wedtch Sie, A. Taitt and Mies Bishop
ve IT Gendenving ani Miss Fabry,
the former parr won the Hest set 6-4
anl were 6-1 lo the second set and
et Chey loeb that eet and the match.
Husteatlng the old asying that a
math is never won until the fast
Bteoke Is galned,

The following are the resulls —

Ate Braver and Miva Penwick won
{ -6,0 5, 6-4 from. Mr P. Glenden:
nhag and Mus Owen,

Mr Lictlepage and Miss A. de Ver.
teal won 4d-th 6 5, 7 3S fvou Mr fsa,
Mc Donatd and Mis Gladys Bushe.

Mt Andereon and Miss Seigert won
6-6, 5-t, 6—U from Mr. Uileh and
Miss Goellnicht.

Me HH, Glendeoning and Miss Fahey
wou t 6, 6 5 6 & from Mr. A,
Tartt and Miss Bishog.

Mit Dielt and Mees TL Basha won

G yrs, O09 lbs, (A. Borde)

Mr DUC, Oa Costa’a bm,
Iteproach, 6 yre, 147 1b. (F.C.
Lounet}

Mr. Nelon‘scf. Darling, jyears
30) 18.40. Landon).

W110, did not come out, leavin,

second time that da
maxtinun penalt

preces, figured in the bettip

at te
at once Borde drove Colinton

hight weight’

iH 1, oe from Mi, J. Hust and Mis | whe wasworth, A proachto
seaghton, ,
Mr W Hateagin and Mis Wilaon mile tho niare cut Datilag

won O-5, 0-6 0 4 from Me Law
tencoand Miss Alston?

Mi. BL Litllepage and Mise de Vet-
lew won 6-3 6-5, frum Mr. Fraser
and Aiea Peawlen

Mr Forel andl Mr, Glendenomg won
6-1, -%, fro Mi.
Ma, lowcue?

Me, Lenagan and Mre, Hewlett won
366 4. 8-2 frow Me, Hatragin aod
Mis. Witsan,

Aft, Uarsagin aad Mr, lau woo
6-¢t U-]. from Mr. Mariott and
Mi Coonslis,

Mla Pield and Mr, Glendeonia

together when

et be straight for .un bome,

whips Hew,

ing on the mare, be

Jengt!

SO

ON SHOW AT



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Me. Lenagan and Mra, Ilewlatt won
3-0, 6-5 6-2 from Mr, Hl, Glenden-
ning and Niss Fahey.

THE DEMERARA RACES,

CILINION BEATI REPROACH ON
KASTER CREOLE HANDICAP,

The defeat of Reproach by De.
the Demerara
Spring Meeting having come asa eure
the following
account of the partioular event aa
recorded inthe Dally Argosy, will be

:
TIE EASTER CREOLE NANDICAP
00; opened to
to winners of
creole races. First horse, $1%) and
aweepstakes of f dola pp, 2nd horee,

De. 12 5, Massiah's be. Colititon
1 .

gz] ents subsequent assault op appellant,

3] trate wrongly excluded evidence of the

Trainer of winner. Mr. McLean,
Dattlog carried 25 lb. overweigh
Mazeppa O1 1b, Revenge 83 tb, aa

race to the three horsea named tabore.
Inspite of Reproach having for the
to shoulder the
of 47 J. such was
the confidence of backers ia her that
* befora
Colinton. But a surpttee was to etore,
‘The three horses went off level, and
to the
front, making the pace as hot as possl-
bie and takin gevery advantage of bis
Afterhin came Darl-
sng length and a half behind and last
ofall Reproach being ridden for all

the half
jown and
went upon Colinton with whom she
tan level and the two horees were still
they entered the
Hoth jocks
urged their mounts Lo the utmost and
A furfong frou: home Re.





ender roach was halfa length to the good
KE, Wilvon and Cut then Bords on the inuide putioaas
spleadal bit of riding and, welghe tell-
; brought Dr.
Masiah’s great creole to the front and
(olington won a fice race by two

je annd a ecene of the greatest
unthasiasm. It wasa popu ar win, a
Hiting Babb toa successful meeting,





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APPEAL COURT.

(Before Ste A. V. Lucie frm, KE.
Oyu and Justices Swan and Rua-

i. .
a ——

HEARINGS,

Paiute v ALLEN :—~Mr. F, 8. Lacha-
pelle for appellant (Philip) and Mr. Ly
A, O'Riely, for reapondent

le was an eppeal agalast an order
of Dr. Blackwood Wright, City Ma-
gittrate, refosing toconvict Alfen at
the Inatance of Philip far sasault and

battery tye ‘
She Chiet Justice : Oana person Pp.
frow @ magtetrate’s refusal
convict unless he enters into a recog:
nitance ?

Mr, OTUelly eald be intended to take

TMeeday.

Two Special Offers









that polot. vee 1
Mr. Laohapelle contende ! that there

being no provielon for recogoizances

In appeals against refusals ¢q convict, eo “ yr e

euch neces were ooly contami - wt A a og ee

plated for appeals from convictions. gt oe

The Court held that security for
costa sorta hare been giren before

6 & obu es

The srpeal therefore, wae dismissed
with con

ALLEN V Paitin :=Mr, Lachapelle
for appellant (enulp) and Mr, O'Rielly
fot responden

This was an ap;
Hon by the City
elng Philip to ugdergo fourteen days
hard labour for atealing a pair of
braceleta.

From the evidence, It seems thet
appellant and respondent lived toge-
ther for about two years be nian and
wife. Thie relationship wae ruptured
ly appellant transferring his protec-
Hecpondent alleges thar eubsequegt Lo

ndent alle; at subsequen

this rupture OP ant, for whom
ashe wae etill Jaundress at the
time tookaway a pair of bracelets
from > rf room without ber knowledge
acd = tually pawned them. Appel
fant sponds that respondent con-
sent. sothe pawnlog and got part of
the prsceeds aud that thie charge was
the outcome of her desire to get him
beck or & have him punisbed if be
would not come bac!



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from a contic-
agletrate, senten:

.

AVING received repeated shipments of Ladies’ Hats, wehavo de.
H. cided to sell outa part at more than bargain prices. The lot
wo ure offering are oxhibited in one of our Frederick Street Windows,
‘These hts are untrimmed, and are fashioned after the must approved
styles, in assorted shades, Some are worth 72c, and others 060 Make
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OFEER NUMBER TWO.

a, Re
{n order that the above Hats might be trimmed to wlantage we
are offering a special lot of Ribbons in assorted shades and widths,
worth every cent of 24e per yard, for only 2. we see we 120,



~

———— eee

Nr. Lachapello submitted pet, .
the parties and the circumstance that Come Hi rly for Your Selection. -

led to itsrupture as well as respond-





Value Nowhere Like Malllard's,

there was no meosrea. The Magis-





—

One Price Only.

sesavlt, and that vrould have proved
motivefor the larceny case.

Mr, ORielly, la reply, submitted
that the occurrence subsequent to the
origin of the cherge could not affect
thelssue, The case was one of oath
against of bh. and tbe Magis.rate har-
ing believed respondent, co avicted
sppellant. Counsel also submitted
that appellant held the pawn ticket,
nut respondent, aud the ability to re-
deem was his, and thet abillty be was
not likely to exerciva If. as he said, the
woman got the proceeds of the pawn-

Df.

‘The Court reserved Judgment over
the luncheon interval.

The Chief Justice, in giving judg-
ment, aaid he did not thiak the evi-
dence Justified the conviction, as there
was no evicence to go ta the jery.

Mr, Justice Sway, in concurelog.
said that the circumstances of the cass
an not disclose envy felonlous intent at
all.

firsz Caseoey,











Mr, Wharton concluded hie argu-
ments in support of the judgment.
Mr. Aleazar wae etill respondin

AGONY ON
when the hearing was adjourned ti

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Durlog August last I went{to Montreal to consult « specialiet aa I bed am 9
suffering terribly with Btone in the ifladder. He cle ided on ap operates ae
enterday It was pointed out by the | was assisted by another doctor, They said the calculus wae largee than
Thiet Justice that the specis) ground of | and ton bard to crush aod chey could not take ft put. "
eppeal in the matter was not on the . IT returned home suffering

ie. i oo

Nir. WS. Lachapelle for appellant, sald bye fond to ey OLN Pre Thee
that they rel® filed. When | enquiry box and found relief from the pan Oa
wasmede fo the Regltrar'e Officeas to L took dd and a third <
whether three copies were required for @ secoud and at bos
the Court he learot that only oue was PILLS, after which I went bask
necessary. specialiet, He told me the calcules

The Chief. Justice said, it was the Bret uced in alze, still he could 60% ede
time he had beard that, Who made the et it at hough he tried for tvec bees

all,







THE CUIEY JUST b's HEBUAE

In » case which was heard on appeal



Mr. Justice Russell also concurred,

The conviction was accordingly
quashed with costs,

South Bros. & Co, v NEWALLO AND
ANog: Hon, H. A, Alcazar, K.U., and
Me. W. Savacy for appellants (Smith
Hirose, & Co}; Mr. A, Wharton,
K.C., and Mr. E. rie! + Pollard, K O.,
for respondents, Newallo and Leiba,





reapeotively, enquiry $ dd that his clerk did, 5
This was an appeal from « judgment ir fasta cvelece, Deputy, Heglurar, take UIN DILL ne faoy roduet Weep
2

of the Chief Justice staying proceed.
loge Inan action to recover under the
covenant in a# mortgoge deed, on the
grovad that the power of sale has al
ready been exercised,

saldthat if the ground of @ were
filed the duplicate which ocvunsel held
would have on it the stanip of the office,

Mr. Jatbapelle sald, there was no
atamp on bis copy.

The Chit Justice said thatthe metter
wasa serious one and he would cause
enquiries to be made in the legistrar’s
Ofiice. *

Arguments continued.

Later, the Chief Justioa sald that the
clerk whohad to nee after thowe pspers
contradicted counsel's statement.

Mr. Lachapelle.—L apologise,
Honour. it way my error.

The Chiet Justice —It is not falr on
the Reglstrar’s Ottice that such state-
ments should be made at the Bar, as
they may get all the clerks in trouble,
When counse! makes a slatement atthe
Bar it is takeo as correct.

Ms, + Lachepelle sald, his remarks

very wucb, but I did not expect ee MB,
would relieve me of the stone, bes RH |
great juy J passed the store on Oste "4
and sm now as tell tnagcaad very

1 am sending tbe etonejin fo joa 4
you can can sve for yourself what 6 ely?
work GIN PILLS did for me. GIN FRR
arm ithe beet medicioe & the world, and because they did vo muchiee MF
will recommen: em @ reset of m @
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The Chlef Justke —You should think | Pille~a box i
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Nr, Lachapetle subsequently sald he
wassorry to have made the statement,
but from the Information received he
bad reason at the time to belleve that he
was right in what he sald. That was
wh fie had been so inalsent. Le
apologised and be proposed to enquiry
Into the cause of this misunderstan: ings

The Chief Justice said, he felt strong
on the matter. It was not fslr at
th tcounsel whose statements at the
Bae were taken as correct should say
thiags which reflected on the clerks io
the Registrar's Office, unless he was
sure of what be was saylog.

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Recent atativiics show that Ifthe
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be divided equally atuong thelriohable
tants, Frenchmen would be richer than
any otber persous, aod Bulgarians
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‘ so, whe In this case, the private Zw Kompktijko wW. fue]. :
The Port-of-Spain Gazeta to this case, the private (ST. LUCIA CIVIL SERVICE. amipklisko, WW. The Tondon Ujrost j
by no means wealthy charitable insti- |, The Potce of 84 Lucia has the fol- New York—-Faram abo n 0 eamers 4 j
—— Tar fuution, doing, in the name of the | igwing?—the appolntinest of Mr E Serves ue New Qotoxtan Co, |
PORT-OF-APAIN | church, work that would otherwlee |G "Yoonett, KC, to acbas Chicf Jus THe Rovat Duter Mam Agata Lrp, AGEnTs, i
ae WEDNESDAY, Ist MAY, 1912 certainiy fal! on the taxpayers to do tice creates a somewhat unlyue pos \ AROWIINE ‘lhe as, ' Marowijne SERNANA The +4. ‘Servrana” fa due
; for the poor of the city. It Js in this | tion of affaires with respect to the meme | IVA iv duc hore from New York on Mon | ND hers from Londan sla Barbados and |
A light that the question of the exorbi- bers of the Ulvil Service in this colony, | day (ith May Nee and will leave the same | Grenada on oraboul Ith May 2012 pro- i
: , THE HOSPICE BRIDGE. tance or otherwise of] the price charged Every officer of fmportance — save the | day for Paramaribo taking cargo paseen | coding aftcrwardeto Dewerara, taking
Th 66 3 —— for tbe land must be considered; and | jiarbour Master and two membersof | Rots and mails, “ (argo, passengers and mati, 0 T
TE LE Sg S EO R A ! | 'L | J S: ? At lect, av will have been poted from | with every possible respect for Mr. tine Medical StatY—le a West Indian. SARAMACCA ~The, ws barawacca Tlam bury meri: }
ohte 3 our report of the Town Hoard mecting | Viera’s very proper “* commerciatisia* [The Actlag Chief Justice, the Ublef | 4) ', ‘lee here wie Jed ill lence ere can Line. 4
of Thureday last, the elty authorities inthe matter, we venture to suggest Magistrates, the Cheriff and one of the dayat noon Preelsely direct tot cae Yorke e *
have determined totake inLand theim. | to bim that arguments which would | Goveinment doctors ave natives of the | tage ter, 3 AUG H ScHERRER 4 00 '
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3,552 Tons Register, provement of one of the moetunvightly, | have been convincing bad tve lands

au well as the most insanitary corners

of the téwn, and
b: Itable structure the last | such as would beuetit the Asylum . though born tae peighbouing {| and will have nust day at noon precisel

Fepatoing of i authorities, under the actual circum, poloay, hae bad 2 long connection wit a | direct for New York tehing carpe basen

stances should not hole’ bink it Bt Lucia, bie father baving been a were and mualle “th ;

e daye when the old| welght, On the whole we thin former, “Administrator here The } (‘ NANE, -The ss8\ * Coppename

remaloing of the old and more or lesa
a, ' ig which span the D:

a + " River. Since t hi

route of the Belmont electric tramway | Would bea matter for regret were the | iavistiate of the bevood Distilel and

ran across the bridge which skirts the plane for the acquisition of the Asylum | phe mnedical oflicers of Soufricre aud ‘in a ™ Seditdiy gre deat vow

: SUNDAY, 5th MAY, 1912, walls of the spaccapletra Asyiim On| the score of the price asked fur the

m= have from time to time Felt it our duty
‘And will proceed thereafter to CIENFUEGOS, HAVANA, | ( 4rew the serious attention of the | Coe itvee ie that, in addition to the

jai badian, , ‘
F : rae * Though impurtant ufiicial positions Compagnie Generale
. MATANZAS and CARDENAS in CUBA, and thence to structures, £0 the Insuficiency of ite criginal » rnp oseUF Be Bkase rc have often been held by men who were Tratrsatlantiqua,
sals forthe improvement of the {p- . are
Otte denn fet nea eee torner et oe te en the other sideot | S8Y_ exact precedent for the prevant

which existe just beyond it on the {the bridge, wo think the delay will

wa almost into the bed of the
Dry River, By the echeme which was





















event the copstruc- bi

of the ne pidge daring poledry of km rorernent than Naatte, At Hendersong? Just rocelved a
* ae

the schemne back to the Committee by | definite course, sfler wh

AND GOLD tetany na umn ae ar Ruenced by Nestle or Ueve:y! Ubo
‘ wren ioe plese 5 sre es M T The varialony of the sumount of

w' {6 could ever be otherwise. Oo | fPrey ora paint for ulcet ating

mOre importan:, with a chemicel combluation that acts oy the surly sche maid nob include thee ralghtening




been owned by a private owner, or

had the street improvemevts been

at the same tine to Grenada, and Mr.










jande to be allowed to fall through on

land; but on the other hand, if the Dr. Hianch, one of



result of the reference back to the








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a TAKING CARGO oa Thursday last ip
‘ — . .] gers,
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OF & particula rs please apply to 2tleet jn width, with footways on cach ante OL bee De. L Le Minette preseat obtainable, would tare wat mee — AGENTH, Aterloan Ling, $7 phys sundries for
: ide, thus considers! nrproving the rorist fi tract the best of our youths, ‘They 6 “TT, * te due-t New York fuldad k,
locality from every point of view, would fad au bonourable career open rom Mo! lean the fith Sta pr wel | sundilen, Rr New York. per uteh
alda, y 7 pet i Governmeut Hacteriologist fo British ta Hod eu b bt from Mok ti a a fer nee ms
bue and 3 agers. To Claan de

little boneticial effects on casee of





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- 6 widening of the readway, the cost of | 12S 20H Tests lee previously | J. Glendinning & Co. is showing ng ako paseene * 19 hours, iarustoa, 43) tons cargo an
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. &- 2 » ated by Bie ton. | fluenced by either Nastio or Benzoyl . . Gnu TR. Alston & Co — } tone, Fauipatar, sindey pi aes idee,
» whieh w Iso supports ey f oe a | Chloride. nee AcENts. Crown or ATi a ve mer. bicK lop,
. frere Dr, Laurence, that fro: B. Nodular cases do not tend to im: T CROIX ~The we “St, Croix le By Peed bhipplag es Ko sR ttanelte
: dub,

| a nn +
dpolot would be wore , .
r FOR POLISHING serratle to. acquire the owl ing | prove naturally ae above, except lo MOVEMENTS OF STEAMHRS. |S ducts. (rou Deorerara of ot alout
a the otb @ bridge Panatdlahibinaaitaln TOE
let tdo. away Sith ‘ble ipeaaltary ar to be affected appreciably by
conglameration of hoyels standing

i ’ - f bacilll . . .
& BRASS, COPPER, NICKEL, SILVER | Beresasm nee int tt |i supe imc peis, seq | 1 Tee pe a ee of

i dieche daildienst.
Tus Korat Durcu Mait
AYAKO TI Maynro” of the
~haure ta ute ten eee ns tated




either Nastia or Benzoyl Chloride.







Eee healt at | devtcuctlon ‘of beulill cbevrved, te. of

" Y yor pedaling for the [ued val indication of the lea
Guaranteed Not to Scratch. the entire town A pry lasanitary Ho agralue aa en fodica prune wines
curner eguld be nzoyt Chloride In petroleum [



f
faces. It quickly renders the die.





really satisfactory
W, Ite regular use for this purpowe | cers and mal

PI OUY CLOTH fos. not dry our, Dut remalas woft and :aolst, Alwsy®,} of the street gu the nibér Bide Be well, | eee ena ne ee eee eng BBSAL




. for New
~ Mute :

Price loviant use. Will wu} burt the wost delicate haode ‘The direction of the read here and the | otek KANIE NASBA rant ere Duve Tigi zand le dus to ariive thaw on brd’Mlay cedar. # based!

~— shape of yh nate Pouch thet iE le asd , SSS here from Venesuelan Forte on or about FV uana Thess * Grenada” of the | Pigsecs Brit Fiemlog, 13 toos,

7 AT tt OUWNEL rat areas tble to anyone Ith May 1Â¥12, proveeding afterwards to 1 (qT nila Line will leave New Youu | St. Kitts, euedry pkges mdse, 3 paren:
EB: whoo take J troyble ta othe ANO Pare hae a ia onâ„¢ AKIO | or Trinidad vin (erenede ow the Oe April | 8S sei alsap, Clowden, 19

id | ri 3
; GUARANTEED TO CONTAINED SQ.SINOUES. Sed lise viip of and obi be ne CHILD, SEO NUTCTU RS Tbe Hoyat Dunes | [pitend le due to civ hare om May We | FC a a ate ia bas
ROLE ‘aired front the Asylum and added to —_—_ ‘ L Mall bheamer Erios Beurita’ ladue AMALAB. ‘hess. “Maraan'of crews
} AGENI8 IN /HINIDAD. the road way here, It mustberemem- | 4 director of one of Lbe great trans | here from Amsterdam vis Peramaio MAR ER ha Mave Tre! eee
r bered that this isooe of tbe most geu- | continental rallrosde was showing | aud Demersrs oo of about sib May wie. for New Yok via Greuada on the

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ovet

aé4a Marine Fqaunre,,
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TTY, street ac’ could hi











- eral eed road to Belmont front ree-yeat-ol h i Proven 2, at artive Lbere

‘MUI § ALL & 60 i sale riloae cof, Une enstera | ures ie’ work on notated tury. | Pumenn Gant, ia Guages, ro Celat | hey ing fgiz © Oo" ante UN M1 CLOSING OF MAILS,
re RO. -The ‘aro

, 9 g Om ee oct le Gonslderatio ail the Felotin Hoty ce tel ieee it ‘'rizce aud New York taking oarge A Trinidad toe wil heane eet -——

4
tong. True It lea winding and at | 5, pied, Baby auewered *Colty,” | beenngae ona) maalle. MENDBIK. Tee ou The maak
day oipolate nob as well designed Pointing ‘toa, pleture of atizer ig ee eT test Biosnser “Vries and Is due toarrlve hare Fy Nt es ue ot’ will ie chased

the sacie way, she anewered “Kitty.” roan Hendrix “

e ement where such cag be | Then @ jion, and, she anewered | Vesesucian Ports on or
| ite top by made less devi . f Frverodiog afterwards 4 Parties: .
AAMPORT AMD HOLT LINE OF $) EAMERS efter a ta seed eecine ig bare been gute SFereepion be thet turned es we favre oad Aipein/deun teklag oorye babi the | ie ad sod la due te Cieded q Loollvar by tbe ae tceita” wail







istand ‘The Attorney Weneral, now N ANOWLINE
acting adininistrator, fe a native of | 1!

Dennery all bail fiom Grenada, while | tating cargo passengers and mails,

for Castries, isanativeufst Kitts, and _ ae
the Postmaster a

West Indian born, we do wot recall

a . state of things in thiscolouy We {. DOMINGUE The French Mail

d Te by of vole that capable Dteawer ‘St Domingue frum Kurope

Belmont aide, where hovele and huts | Sot have been devoid of good resu roen to Al any position ¢an eo readily [sia Guadeloupe, Martinique aud bt. Luela

; : crowd an gibere iotermningied ris sey I ERACE rf, found orithent Sly ct outs hen ana will proceed sik ! rds le Demerara
= tas water, ed. Lhe bene-

rs J coveplte an most into the be . LEPROSY IN EMERARA. Gls arielag from any ‘heme of cun-

Ty federati Id be the latger field
t nresenied to the EXPERIMENTS WITIL NASTIN. | frocted for incu bere of the Civil Ser

roposal to Golens, in hiereport, on the trea | oo inein nearer bone Lban is at picseot | ing afterwards to direct Moblle, teking
tre road acqul ent of leprosy with Nastin : ~ . ,
straighten the ras dway by the of al mm That Ran bas apparently very the case with the mure_ restricted | +4780. passsen yers and niall.

ge isaleo carried out, Unfortun-

brid) . "
ately In 00 far xs it will means further | leprosy. Froderick Leyland
delay of perbape indefinite langtb, and ote woene ef Benzoyl Chloride ta AROUND THE STORES. & ompany Ltd

opportunities now alfgided then.

nice lot of Ladies Pananta Hats BEGIAN. The ge “Slelglan’ ta due
(blocked) from §250 to $500 cub



ha Boyal Mall Steam Packet Do, — fend tontinental Verte, taking cargo,

han’ this NY og rom ite eile Mai) Bleawer * Prine Willen Itt cairo WN OF NAVAL —Ihe ae

Polit and oben, fe, do, cot geo [lle ar watny for ulecating ase: | ree pemerare ca ce stout Oy Mr Ee | Ting wile Men anh toe Hatt
rude to Can spano, I

re tO atten "# direrton the $ird April itd and is due to

the other band, Me oallafjed that no pharce free frum the presence of | Lumens, ane tag Guayre, He pat lle. arrive here on let Alay 1W1?
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cu
Frioce ht New. York table geargn passen | \f Tujvylad Line wilt leave, Trinidad











VIRGINIA Thess, “Virginia” of the ‘
Jiamburg Arcrican Ling ly due here 4
fcom Venexuelau ports oa or atout May qe
Vth proceeding aftecwardsta Havre and = ¢
Mlamburg via St. Thotuas, taking cargo,
passengers and mails,
(TALATHUA The s% “‘Calatria of
the Hamburg Aueticagn Line ts due
bere from Venezuclan portaon or about
May tb, [roveoding afterwards to
Hasre and fiemburg sia St. Thomas,
taklog cargo passengers and mails,

in due back here from Darameribo
Laborde, the Treaw | vin Barbadonw on Tuesday lith May 1912

Is due here from Uaramartlbo on Mon

the wedical officers



¢ “Lrorauy box | “SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.

ARRIVALS,

ath,
Avtos Corse Datt achor, Challenor ¢$
tons, days Tap badun, ei Digan, 1 whee;
4 pota parttiry, ( pot rebbite, 2 caste
Au, bags cotton seed meat, 337
days potatoon Hi brle yauss, 12 boxes
putatoes, case matches nud 16 passen-

Indlue hers oa or about the Zad of May

dSurfnans ant Cayenne, taking oalgo, pas
bengerm and mails.



Nav Fiuy y cont de Venez.

Uanwan, Urit stmr, Smith, 1387 tone,
Ji hours, Grenada, 370 tona general
earze (tranahipiment), 20 tons eargo and

seers. To Hoyal Mall Steam





Packet
Barantta, Drit stwr, Sauodera, 1,300
iona, ” hours, , emterare, au tona
metal carga, 08 general cargo
fraushlprient) 6 horses aud 3)

Tux New Coonan Co,
Lid —Agents.

here from Liverpool via Barbados on

Uirucits Catatina, Venos sloop, Sala

sae, 24 tous, Cristobal Wolo, suadcy
on

peegwunee, \ enez boat, 7 tous, Pampas
tar, sundsy phyes mdse,

Jovi Deine, Veuea boat, stale, 7
ions, Danspattar yeuudry pkges radye,

beotitme Paves, rie stor, Naylor,
1788 tons, “New York, owbags ded
wucua, 27 tage Vensa cucoa, 270 baga
Vesea coos, (trnsbipment), 663
Venes couonuus, 145 pkges old metale
4% bay mrujek C0 tuna 146 phages
sbipe states, 27 phyws oil, WS tong bua.
her cust, Jl paweugera. By Gordon,
Grant & Coy. Ltd

Paine Wirt V , Detch stuir, Acrents:
Lv tons, Paretuariin, oat bage T
eovoa, SIL tags Venes voove, 1,70 bri¢
(duu foun! T'dad epuree lake arpball, 235
bris (42 tone) Venea bitui 724
codar, 8 pamengers. Dy Hoyal Dute

Laitados 8b Lucia, St Lhownan Tdodon

pasvenyern and nialir

Steamers,
Trripan SMiPriny AND
TRADING Co.~AGANTS

o Link Sknvicx
or New Louk dinect ua the sed April 1913
The Htoyal Dut} | ta is clue to arrive. there on May Mee 101,

AYARO—The an Mayaro” of the

.

ork dirt on the #h April

for Trinidad 4 the

for Tobago via Mansaullla per
8 wil bt

oo
'

la dye ous me of ey Sot Bley at 1250 pm, Regis

" ed . will toate as ‘a Now York pat lag Felix, Darancas aad









. he Tows ‘bk nase aod said . Ay jwenada = of
VIA BAKEADCS TO NEW YORK IN 7 DAYS) admitted TY, sols defference of opinion Deby ehtisther ie Veiaiad Line will eave Trinbtad |! '08 age precisely Megletration
meena me pgy Woea teres SOR ew fitting on the question of the priced pang” ae) New York ig remeda cu the diel USNS ois ke Now York aud torumta
ee belo, une authoritie, We er rr re y Wi ant is dus to arrive these us . © te un Fase
5 Btcaunss ‘ 1 Laays Tagmipap, | Ansive New Your. . § asked by Uw As | pam Maracas” Will be chued on Fitday
Etta i taue | Laaye Taam .- stecertaialy not latayour of the priv; ew Liven Pnte~Meuy of te | May Se a0 a May aS pm Reatelgation ut 5) won
ro ot gis i ip of * Pract of Landa required for | CAUSE FOR SYMPATHY. - eluate Lbat wat an bo coutanal wi » eee will cha oo, Blooday
B vi ud Llic purposes ; but 44 the same Lime, Thee rich Ie 5 delicate wegen, yp) Raabe vue Sans ine — ou used tbe oe : fous shun at Bee
% [ibd pert.of theduty of @ private | Young wife (rather nervously+-Ub | which a ‘et ih y 8
t t eb veld bis lands to such a body | cook, [ tnusl really speak to you. | euscepliule to the disturbances eu plagenicn fos ey iis when | Theo hue New Yok perse. ‘ Sara
‘ ote low rete, of to unduly Inconven: | Your master ie always compdsining. | come from leregaler or back of we at ham a 8 | aancen wh he ond oo Twesdey Tth May
tence and cramp bimself in order | One day it isthesoup, the of core ln aking. i I. oie wore | at it aus, than
5 La beller enable auch works to be | day it(eche ftehy the third tle the | secounse for the great maay | liver A. m It la le
paderaty rete, ’ undertaken, The fullest market pilow | juint—in fact, it le slwags ¢ | soqularore pew yoonsed ve sitow- t ke unew Vynlaoe. vores. : = eee]
, TAFE PUES apecially catered fo" | ona gomething more too should at ail | or olbet. thon uf sufferers phewe © | ulcers und the wetive. .
ereybe ‘ wap ees berseai ee ees re . mien x ) oan ee 74 tome Thotr "operpice ‘ oes air. ls nesds vg ial | Warts are dinerejemoste that die
. epyly to well resogu fal’ ts wih ppotie e@ective, owt than the wae, that will, Sppear whee us with Hulk ways
sens fn vuch eases, and it sbeu' {pal oh ue , Seettan on ‘esas, unt the ws wu) ey Wile SBocitouven | ih bu, :



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P*¡#WW»
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ÍGLENDINNING’8.
limited.
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(roiery Dept,
r • • '
Just Arrived
CvOuoirK SiupjiKXTor
* Delicacies,
klrlgeral'ir of B M S. Tagus.
liícód 1’ixli ¿Oc per lb.
ppercd Herring*,40c „ do/,
«mouth Hluator 48c „ doz.
¿k'Sausagc* . 10c peril)
Latest * Novelties
JUST ATlilVED FOR
Our Gent’s Dept.
GILLETTE ItAZOUS—in Nickel & Black Leather Cisca.
Do. Do. l’ockct Edition», Nickel'Canes.
AUTOMATIC KTROPITNO .MACHINES—for Stropping
Gillette I¡azor llludes, only DGc each.
¿uMÍChccm' . tlOcpcr li»’¡luto Strop Razors, Strops and Razor Blades.
^uefort Cln < »c tide „ „ SApKTY KAZOItS at l/il and 5/- each, for use with the
(lillet Hazor Wade».
SPIltAL WfHE AUMLETS 8 cents and 10 cents pair.
•«If Beetroot
mb'Carrots
W
mb Turnip»
mhCabb.T^'
8c
«c
8c „ „
8c „ „
«LETON DAIRf FRESH BUTTER
E8 CE.vi • l’ui Lii.
Large Selection or
st French Luxuries
i daPertgord, Ti nfle* Hrowrev,
I Foie lira* me Puré)
1 OfM C11»t f1 b AQK fcuCÓM
# lAloa Galantine an
wO%l«Qt| \ 15 '•mp, Uftlav
i OriM, Utt • i« u Calila, Jtort
'rt fitrlt i, IT ir* d' Omni
4jJQor*o •fiW&d’i Leading Crocers,
ÍHENS LWIT'D.,
uho St oros,
t '
^ibones 177, 178 & 225.
iJit 1
iniM 4 Co.
lial To-Day.
‘TABUS’
A Cod Pish, per lb 1 title
■wtllttiUlmik». ii tc
ifeml Herrings -
, penloz lOe
W> Sausages, per lb. tide
0™h Hack Huron ¡Pie
H4?fbrt Hicest'. „ tide
¡W Midget Cheese—
K* Each (iOc (0 tide.
th Fresh Butter,
Per lb '<â– ]
.'•IKK, tun Tins ok
@W’S HEALTH & STRENCTH
|COCOA.
Tim.
PO Casos of
fffijttt'8 l lot* biscuits
^arro-fc Food l
Chit ten Meal, etc. etc.
Ahl- ••l llf-ACIC CAT
< ‘CAnvirr.H.
P ossi )i,|'„ iCztra
Chocolates
j»M0 LIU'S op UCWbtj -
•Meet Ginger Me.
TIISIDI9 FUE I1SME tl.
Um&tvO,
(KOTOML * CO-OnBATttL)
18, Oluioosá 8i»«at
TELEPHONE No, 289
TRIENNIAL 6fcKIP ANO.ANMJAL
CASH DIVIDENDS.
TTOLDEnSflórPoIkli^ hfthJeCom*
JLl pany entitl'd to Scrip may txnf
Apply at. (ha C¿u¿>aoy'eufÍlc* lor their
For flat .trleftlal ¿¡«alpAfouedf for
Polwiea dated un«. T
For Second triennial Scrip Issued for
Policies deled I00S.
The Annual Ueeh Dividends of 5 Mr
cent declared u on 81st DfremWr
1911, on first end second scrip (or
Policies dated 19U4 end 1003 end on
first sciip (or Policies detrd JIXOi 19u7
end 19UÍ ere elso ready (or distribution.
A, F. AIATMIiON,
Secretary end Treeiarer.
Port of 8peIo,
March 22nd 10U
Marvellous
BARBADOS.
-IN-
Values'MARINE * HOTEL
I If7/1 remain U¿>en
WEDDING OUTFITS
— AT —
Sheoch Se Go’s
SHAVING SOAPS and CREAM.
HLACIv 11 ATS WING TIES in Silk Poplin-48c. & 3(ic.
WHITE Do. Do. for evening near, at L’Oc.
ColcJ. Lialo Thread Sox-with PuncySilk
Check»—00 cents pair.
130STON GARTERS, SHAVING BRUSHES,
STTTjDS, lizstkis-
J. G-LENDINNING- & CO.
Trinidad Building and
Loan Association,
OFFICE,; IS, CHACON, STREET.
Telopliono 03,
Dividends et 4 per cent tojioih
Jana snd 4( per cent to 81st
December 1911, were deciered end
seoctioutd et the lest General Meeting
and ere dów being credited to the
respective accounts, after which the.
usual Statement of the Auditors Will
be sent to the Shareholdeii,
t Members whose uuadranced Shares
have now matured by said dividends
are requested to apply for Ibe Cash
balances standing at their credits»
and Members whose Mortgages aro
now matured may call at the Oflice of
the Association for their respective
Releases and for the Cash balances to'
which they oii^ he entitled,
A. F. MATIUSON,
Secretary 6c Treasurer.
Port-of-Speln,
March 1, 1012.
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.
For the Summer Season
Of 1912.
Under (lie well-known mail*
agciucnt of
MR. E.N. ARMSTRONG
ixi'r.r.sivi; montiii.y
KATES —Muy to No\ember,
FROM 45 DOLS. UPWARDS,
According to locution of
i* rooms.
April 17th—Hm,—3-a-w.
SKEOCH & CO.
12 Frederick Street,
UP-TO-DATE D1U GOODS MKKUHANTS.
GRAMAPHÃœNES I GBAMflPHONES I!
A URGE SHIPMENT JUST TO HAND,
OF THE HfcST SWISS MAKE. .
INULA UTIl'UL WALNUT, DARK or LIGHT COLOll
T“bR
.. mechanUtrt of Ibia machine le the beat arer introduced foto thU ooantry > every
bit of it ie ol «wise njennftctore, which le cooeeeded anongit thote who know
being equalled by none.
Price : $15.00—$50.00, Cash, and on Easy Payment
Three Leodred record* doable tided—lOiar. 12iaa U 8pe&tib, Fieccb, Italian aod
E iglleh* of the Uteet operas, eomlca, baoda and dlalofne*.
Just Rocoivod,
All Fresh a.nd Nick.
Slightly Corned P •i n Pu.a Tnoguee
„ „ Or Toogaea
GRISUES SODA' BISCUITS,
A popalu [uid hlgh-.r*d. briod. Tli.1
lot ill).
Tif tbc.
17 FREDEItlCK STREET,—“THE LITTLE SHOP."
HENRY DICK,—A Man You [Know
SENSATIONAL BARGAIN- ADVERTISEMENT!
6,000 Pictures at Half-Price 1!
A LLaoiU, aodtu'aait all parpóte*, vfi. Chapela aid School*. Ifo*ele and Keetaa*
ijt raou, Bbope, Dining Hoorn*, PnUie ba’l*, and deb Hooma— Alll going at
IUI,¡Kc*Wca HPLCIAL JOli LOTS fur TF/io?c*rtí« Huyen t
-SALE)pin (rooijll). IrrMAY ,t TUCAMEUA.ei Qiko tj), ro|t A,.uibtA—it». Anthony Toulon,
FOR SALE!
BUILDERS & CONTRACTORS
\\ h,l 1IE PLEASED TO HEAR THAT
THE SCHOONER “ALBANI ” FROM MOBIL.
- IIa* Just arrieetl trith a Select Cargo oj
ROUGH & DRESSED PUGH PINE BOARDS
Comprising 308,720 Feet.
With llie Market entirely bare of tl.ie grude of Lumber, in
' tendea Uuyew will Jo well to «¡cure their «election*
HWWE OFFER THE ABOVE AS USUAL CHEAP.
J. c, NUWBObD & CO
MOBIL INSMOT
A LECTURE
—ON -
“Farming in Denmark”
(lUuitroLM with mtavcroui
lantern Ãœlidem)
llv 5In. NOILMAN LAMONT
FRIDAY, 10 th MAY, 1912^
ArKJir.M.
AoMiKHtuN-MvhiIivpm aud AwKK.iale«
<•( the lualitiiliw l^iikK.
'i liej'ublir One Hhtllmg rwth.
Oontistry.
Dll A. MARQ.UV'A
CHico -. 8 V. Frederick Street.
. i’EülALKiiwhiioe la (loU Cravov,
O Uiranl UrUtge wjrk, Tema m>i«r-
at*, I’aoctaGUy aad •%tlif«er|ea tiu<
aalevd li til breaches—TcfeoAorM (J!
pkge. going
eoasd beroovinrad.
at So to aoitall pane*.
lira ntl'a Beef JSsaenee.
BRAND'» At Lotllc#.
„ B"ownl*g fov gravite A tiatre*»
,, I'urrv Powder, CavrDna Pepper
„ SOUPS 1 liare, Mwk Tattle. Oi¬
ta \ tail, 0 Ua-bali, M olliga*
T.na J t»wpy.
„ Cvlety S It, Lanch Toogaea In
gloat pota
i, Oxtord and Coiobrlfge Saaiageala
lib tine.
Brand dk Co. if a paaeporl fov ail Meat
Pie*erve«aod 0«sa<«l U«mda.
••ax’« Cownilouv —
Kieellent quality, going at Ite lib tie.
C.&B. CnetaJiiead Girgvr Chip*. (Alb
fancy Una., 0,6c 11, Etraore of Ancho*
vie*, HheeV Oelatlne,—pick 6c «hite,
Miind l^ickle*—Chow rhow-dhklna,
CealifliwdV, W*l«a'*, Meilie’a While
UHo V nvgor, Moll Vinegar.
0, & P, tlUenu»—Siraeol the matt pipo-
Ur brande ai regalar |MÍoee» II, k 1*.
C*kee-Hrb‘M>, rrnlt, Genoa, fatuity,
Boial} P«tede foia ;tu Trnfl*, lo
oidLnary tino and tarlore i Frolte—ee
jan, la boUhe*QaÍti aaaaaortoMnL
4Utob4 hadat—
M. W. GOODING.
TELEPHONE
Just Received.
60 Half Casks MISTELA,
100 Kegs MISTELA—
ELEPHANT HltAND.
10 Half Casks CLARET,
"ELEPHANT.'
DE SILVA'S
Funeral Mablishinont
— AND —
Livery Stahles
63 Abercromby Street
Telephone 297.
H. F. Culthlt£.—Vanacer.
ECiPIlOH VAULT* FOR CORPSES
AWmiKO SHIPMENT.
Nov.-4, J91L
Notice.
JjErHKltlSU i. »»K.r
,......... .J M.M.. Mlk.
l trpwnd U |»H |M|W, NwiiW,
.mil ud lb. p.** gM.r.Uy, *r,
u.b.|,,.hwMb— Ibn .a ut« l«
IvtbúilM «I Mf bM U Mitt
*/.ed h, OtUe Ur. Í.S. VMM-
ytto*, btr. R. VImmi. <* H>. J.bbUw
MSmmWJOA HlbUUlJ. JdMMMt
Pw A. X. VAULUMCfrUHt.
llM whW.
IM» ISh. UAA—*<«.
SCOTT, BOYD 81 CO.
0, UKOADWAY
TELEPHONE 132
W C. BO8S & CO
COLONIA L tUSVLSHA It t,
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IIUADCJ) AllTKll» IN Till! WlAl INUlli DU. TIIK MU»T
RELIABLE ENCLISH, FRENCH & AMERICAN PATENT MEDICINES
Try u* drat for auylblng rwiulml in Utu Drug IJm-
iityfelclaoM' rrwwrlplloos Aocuralely 1’tcpornd at all bouia.
Electric yioU t Hell. <}ttecu Street,
UKOWW LekNDS OFHCK,
20ik April, 1912.
TrlfionoiDBürlcal SatTJj*.
tElKU^lNU to Uoveroueot N'4loe
J\j *»ied the 2l.tof FeWaarylaar, 11 it
Lrrefcy ootiliM Jb»t lVlgoo r*y Sheete ií JL J, aod JC. ootfi Ut+lf
nut- «•( pilnt, are aow oa lile at tbit offlje
at 2/4 each.
I!. K. (1ANTE4UME.
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ftval'aVla Dr tale ab iht Crowa Larde
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Cedar §*«<*• per I.IWJ 10 oente
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(very aiutlkr to lirayil nut*) . &e each
birrra iwuuc Utliee ... (& Car ape . |JUt*) M &c „
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l*ool - ... (100) „
A| p icallot* ah fold be addreeaed lo ine
inliMBi Dtreeior «I Agreu'taiv, Si,
Uoir £ape»ia>auh StakUn.
P. CAHMODY.
lUraoiorol Agrirulture.
govkunuent house.
i2AAp«»uyia,
TJlUieliuwlag imlW, ealeh h>« been
raeeive t fraught Ucvernor of Froach
CaleotlepuUitbed. withe tranalatloala
Eog'iak, ier general leformatiao,
¡Jr Oommaad,
8. W. Kgaeoa,
OtdoaUl Secretary,
(No. 96).
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mm. Joa GapHateee da oavhee po*i
tftriMH o«e le lo««tfi>a*.a*aat tie fee de
1 ha de fSHleat IWde. Guyana Krai faW,
bUe« Mtanltaocot • deurer, ei e«a juwie
‘uw'wan 4ai m rue de Uqaaile le
fi:«Mabe*oraprochainoui«ai (ati, Ue ae
d lroot poioi eutup)er d'ove ataolet4
dalMwr fobl ri(*4a cedaurcr, ,
Uo arte *w* uhfrlearetoeaM puUd
qaamf le f.M^iunae^eat a.u k e«Mivea«
a«wai4
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nMILNT.—Tha R41.B. "Tient* I* due here from New York, vis
A AdUUa (Cuba), Jamaica, Colon, Cartagena, and Pto Colombia on Monday
tbe 29th Instant, and will leave the neat day (or Southampton. via Barbados,
hL Michaels (Azores), and Cherbourg, taking 1st cías» and deck, passengers,
cargo and malla. •
The Under will leave the Ligbthoub* Jetty, Queen’# Wharf, at 4 p,m, with
ptseengere for the “Trent."
let class passengers for Europe are specially notified that a baggage lighter to
be dea pa tened to the M Trent ” will leave Ibe Bt. Vincent Wharf, at 1 p.m. on
tbe day of tailing, and passenger* are therefore raquea ted to #e« that their
burgage it aent down before that hour.
All baggage for Barbado* must ba delivered lo Ike Company’* lighter at the
SL Vincent wharf not later than 9 a.n>. on Tuesday UielWib lostant for fuml-
gallon, Any baggagtr â– which baa not b**eo fumigate! cannot he received on
gallon,
board.
'¿uaianiitie reNlriciiona, .the services
ilaoti»’fcwifi ho>^be going to V«uezuel<,
_ - - , _e go
Campano, Pampatnr, aud La Uuayra, on the .'».n imtaut owing to
Quarantine rehlricllon# atlhe above mentioned ports,
/lATALlNA.lTh* lwM.8. " Catalina " ia due here /rbuTLondou via Barba do
ij and Grenada on tbe lit May, and wilt leave tbs neat day for Uemsrare.
.UtitAVA.—To. 11M.S. >• Orouvi’TT due here from Southampton via Char
l .... ' a ^ —1- - 40 O bourg, 8L Michael* (Azorea) and Barbado* oo Tuesday the 7th May aoc
will leave tbe same dav for Mew York via Pto. Colombia, Cartagena, Colon,
Jamaica and AntlUa (Cuba) taking let data pa'ecngtra only, cargo and mailt.
The tender will leave the Lighthouse Jetty, ijueen's Wharf at 4 p.ui.
with passenger* for the ” Orotava
Passengers are specially notified that their baggage tuuat be sent down to
the Company's lighter atibe Bt Vincent Wharf, not laUr than 9 a.m. lo be
taken to tbe barge for fumigation.
In all other respect* tbe •\Orotavs ’ will work fa strict qua»entine.
TVa f .ateTlA.^-Th» “Balanti»' will leave here on Tuesday 7tb Afay
j for Grenada, 8L Vioceut, Bt Lucia, Dominic*, Montserrat* Antigua,
Nevte. and 8L KitU, Uklog passenger*. cargo, and malla
The Under will leave tba Lighthouse Jetty, Queen's Wharf at 0 p.m, with
puuwn Mdth«lr b.gí»K» lor th." 1UI..IU'
llargo for the •• BuUnlia will be received only up to 2 p.m, on Monday
a 6 Jj May.
the
BKHUlÜtt—The 1LA1.& " lUrbioe ’ wUI leave on Tuesday the 7th May, for
Demorara. Uklog passengere, cargo, and malla
The tender will leave the Ughthouee Jetty Queen’s Wharf at 1 pm.* with
an4th.lrt»M»«. foitb. •• UrtUice.-
Largo for the "Bernice will be received only up to 9 p m., on Mon¬
ster tbefttb May.
CA KOM^lb* K.M.ür,rC¡ ronl “ will leave Ibia port wo \Vedneeday the 04)
May, foy Uavre an J Loudon. *
LtH .The 1UÍ.1 “Pee” U due hers from Isiadoii via the’Tlortheca
D Island* on tbe mb May.
ILV I'A88hWHPiL9^kll| rn IsUnds^tomerer^fttarl
\ .. . ... . • *•-- ‘ ‘ ““
resent themaelvee At the l'ort
JL Europe roust prevent tbemeelvi
ppection at tbe folio* log Loure > -
Dcmerara
lit H Sed clava .
Dftkers
. _ _abados, and
ealtb Office, for Medical Iq.
lat nod 2nd vlaee
Deckers
Hortliern Islands
II i.d, lit and líodclava .. Ip.m,
10 a.m. Derkere .« ... 2 p.iu,
Barbados and Europe
Op,tu,
2 pm.
NOTICE*
PiBBENOKRB from Trinidad to either turbados or tturope are reepectfulty
Informed that It will be necewarv for them to undergo Medical Inspection
Ly tbe Port Health Officer on arrival at Darbadoe before pratique la given to
Ly tbe. _.
tbe alilp.
raeeengers are therefore earnestly requested to be in readiness to attend la
Lhs Baloon on arrival at Barbados
CIRCULAR TICKETS
Firet Otee tlckeU ave Issued from Trinidad to Bouthampton via New York
and back direct lo Trinidad or rica reran for an inclusive fare of UÜ,
Tbeaa UckeU are available between Mew York andUngland and ríce varea by
eteams re of the American, Atlantic lYamport, Uiuard and While BUr
^Tbeee ticket# are available for It months from date of sue and peraUealon
to be obulred to break tbe voyage at any orall porta touched at on the dlreot
Children 1 to 10 year# half fares, >
Beoond elaa* circula* tickets are issued at an eiclusive charge of OO,
Children I to 11 yean half tare
•Kut Sailing lo Europa-
TRENT
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nu.r«|M.WM.tb.( 1M C or ebipueoL . ’ '
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TITANIC’S CALL FOR HELP HEARD PHOVI
DENTIALLY.
WIRELESS OPERATOR OF CARPATHIA, OFF WJTY, PREPAR
INC TO RETIRE, BUT HAD NOT REMOVED APPARATUS
FRÜM EARS WHEN HE CAUGHT DISTRESS SIGNAL—HA°
GALL COME TWO MINUTES LATER IT WOULD HAVE
' GONEUHHEEOED.
special to The Toronto Mail and Empire from a S*aff VorretpondinL
New YonK, ArniL 10.— It was
brought out at the first session
today of the BenaU Invratl*
gating Committee, proving tbe
M Titanic.** disaster, that the Inter*
cvptiogfor tbe wiretesa call for belp
sent out frpm tbe doomed liner by the
“ Carpatbla" was altogether provi*
dfutlal. Tbe Cunarder only carried
one operator and he had just gone off
duty, when the **G.Q D , * the call of
sea vessels for help, came through tbe
air fiom the atrikrn Titanic. The
o|>erator ou the Carpathla was uo<
dreaaing, but fortunately, be bad the
apparatus at his ear and caught tbe
distress signal. Two minute* later be
would have heed in bt* bed and In*
alead of 743 survivor* there would
probably bav« been none left to tell
the tale ot the greatest aea tragedy of
the age, when steamer# following In
tbe course taken by the Titanic bad
encountered the open boats adrift In
the Ice field»,
OAIT. ItOSTHON'B BTORY.
In telling Lia story to tbe committee
Cap*. Ilostionsaid • •
“The Carpathla was only railes
fioiu the Titanio when the call for
help came.
•• ProvIJentUl! " exclaimed Repre¬
sentative Hughes, no longer able to
control bW euiolion,
“DrovidenUat," repeated the cap.
tain. “The whole tniog. Our Wire¬
less operatorwxa nnton duty, but ai
he was undi easing he had th# appara<
tus at his ear. Two minutes, he would
have been In bed, and we never would
bavo beard.**
CapL Uostron told a altnplf, anpai
ently alrslghtforward story, tbrllliog
frotn Its very simplicity and the sallor-
mau finality of the nsrnstivr, ^
14 We left New York April 11," said
Capt* Uostron, *aand up to Sunday
midnight had flue, clear weather. At
12.3J o clock, Monday morning, I was
Informed by our wireless operator of
urgvut distress sígnala from the Ti¬
ta ole. The operator told the first
Juolor officer, anil be and th#‘operator
put their heads in my doerway and
told me. 1 bad Just turned In. The
message that had corn# from the
Titanic gave her poelUnn as latitud*
4t degree* W minutes north, loogl*
tuda lit degress II minutes west. I
cannot gira at the moment our sxaet
location.
The New York time of th# receipt of
the distress signal wa* exactly 10.43
p.tn. Buodsy.
Thtearcoun a for th# apparent die*
crepancy between the limes reported
by wireless for th# sinking of lb«
TUanllo and that reported by th#
passengers.
“ 1 Immediately gave order* to turn
th* (hip,* resumed Captain Uoatvon.
" 1 asked our operator iwlc# if h# was
alwolutely rertaiu aa to th# origin of
th* distress signal, aud upon receiving
assurance, picked up a point on our
oourseanl set a coure# to north U
west true W miles from my position,
MI DU PRKPAIUTION.
"We had 13 l&ats sdongskleofus
'with passengers In them. I saw one
lifeboat close to the ship, which had
been abandoned becan*# It was in a
siuking condition, Th# oocupant#
had been taken out by another boat*
Two of the 15 boat# were the ooltap-
sibl# kind, low, flat reft# with collar
â– Ibis canvas aides; Each would bol
from on* .collapsible boat capsized among
the wreckage. We took the boats on
board, leaving some of them on our
davit#."
CAPTAIN IN CONTROL
Tbe committee wanted to e»tahH*h
the point a# to who Is master of a ship
at sea. Captain Uostron said that
tbe captain was In absoluto control,
legally and otherwise, lie asserted
positively that the "Titanic" was on
the southern route, which makes, he
added, a great tírele to avoid ice at
this season of the year. II# said it was
%p.plp2riith»oTtbi''.‘t7iii5rrw.'ii s^ra‘tfisr^:iS!i,di
d?íutSd7f«.l.?»lU.thiTníí^U»not »«J“ ¿i ifíldtS?‘h."fc7d,’.í«‘2?
survivor# on board, and their dispose * 5^'anJij ¿fjLJÍÜ* «íínfJKv
tlon, aod orden were issued to keep t í¡ÍL-ÍVtiaVT,L*
the steerage paseengere clear of the • ¡ÍS?1*1lS?w 6ld,SS¡fíí?ÍStt'K
derks and out of tbe dining room, í5,t.rV™1? °.® ftD<1 he
I than sen4 forth* chief «Lgineef
and ordered him to call another watch
of stoker* etui msk#all speed possible
Ip reach Ui* Titanic. The# 1 gave th#
ftret officer order* to knock off all
rootle# work, and prepare pU our life,
boat* f»r an emargriwy. Then I
eaBsd the chief officer, the purser, lb#
ítetlúh doctor, and tbe chief steward,
aua iMued oruws tbst th# EngUsh
with hie Aeslstante, ebouU
in ki th# NnUaUo mUo, th#
>« lo its esMMdisWa, aod U»«
‘ the atreraga, i# readl-
Lo the MuiUt uifu
kufiof thus* whounghibs bioughloa
U/atu, fiatMftuoWr wm tu ktfull^
•o they would not b# in the Way when
the fureivor# were received. The
chief steward was also ordeied to
have coffee, tea, aod soup in tbe dining
saloons, and also to have blanket#
there and on deck lo readiness. My
cabin and all tbe rftlcets* cabins were
given up, and the dining-room and
smoking-room were given up to the
use of those cooilog, and all berth
spat# wa# turned over for them. All
haod* were ordered called, tbe bnat#
were slungout, and at each gangway
war# placed officers.
** w# made the 68 miles In three and
abalfboure. 1 stopped lUe engines
at four, whan we were close to tbe
first boat. But it was 2.4(ithat we
felt lie was justified lo takiogsom#
risks |q the chance of saving numer¬
ous lives.
"The first I knew of Mr. Ismay.#
presence on th* "Carpathla", he said,
** was when tbe last boat wav aleog*
(aids aod the passenger# were getting
out" ,
Captain ]lo«Lron mentioned that
the wireless equipment of th# “Car-
pstkia* was good for only 200 mUe
under exceptional condition* u&d#i
ordinary for not more thao 150. Our-
.log fog, ulit, or snow It would not
’ carry moro than 00 to 100 mile*. Th#
^tí# thing, be added, was prof idem
“Our wireless operator was not sup.
nrsi doss ou* ** aiu*ii*» w, j , _ . 5..._ : ,, ,, —
DMd. out » B.r. .boot h»lf • point Effl. .u,w“
on th. port bow, which w. ii»k -“•»« ®/L i.1?01* R|,*P*r»Uwy. to
tob,th,^*TlUnlc* IU«lf. Th. light ¡gJ-V.1?Jntwomloutrtrooww,
seemed so high I was almost sura the noultl
seemea so oiga * wh aiuioi» #urw m# ■
" Titanic" must sUll be afloat. It was . “SSSi*
a llttie after that that we made out an 1 . .7?/]
lcbere oa our port bow. Between i'.'Ji,,!!, ÍÍ?,. "
Doth.f.heordtb. â– * Titanic*.-
iceberg oa our port bow, Belwe^..
245 and 4 o'clock w# were passing Ice¬
bergs on either aids of us. AtLlOths
first boat was alongside. But Just be¬
fore getting to it we saw an Iceberg
ahead, and had to starboard my helm.
PICKED UP TUB BOATS.
"The first boat which I picked up
was In charge of an officer, I aaw he
wm not la control of her, lit sang
out tbst ha had only riue seaman, so I
had to manoeuvre a litUt to get him
alongside. By the Unf* we nad got
th# first lot on board It was making
day. and then I aaw about me the rest
of tbe boats. In the neighbourhood
.waiaaaed particu
- Titanio'#** boat# vfer#
supplied wltb*w«ter and food.
. " A# far as 1 can see." ha said, all
«WTOlatlon# had been complied
with. There were bread tanks and
water breakers on all the boat# I no.
ticen, and 1 saw bread In some of
there."
also were about twenty Icebergs, rang¬
ing from 160 to AW feet high, with nu*
merous small ones of tbe kind w* cali
w* cali
up to tea or
We had all tbe
'growlers' running 1
twelve feet In height,
people from tbe boat# on board by
asul We were then very ckm to
where the "Titanio* had goo# do wo,
where a lot of wreckage, brokeo-up
stuff, but nothing large, was floating
about. At S o'clock the Leytspd liner
“Californian* had coin* up, and asked
If she should search arouod. j asked
her please to do. so. Immediately
aftealba survivor* were on board w#
had a player service of thanksgiving
for these who were rescued/and a
burial servloe.
“ I saw onty otie body floating in tbe
raUr, said Captaiu Itoatroo hi an*
water.
swer to a question from Benstor
SoJlh, , “ It was a mao, and had •
life-preserver on. Appareotly it wa#
one ot the crew. It w a# only a bun.
id
dred yards from the ship aud could be
plainly even, lylnw on one side, tbe
bead awash. I did not tak* it aboard.
Prom the boat# we took three dead
men. They had died of exposure. An¬
other man. oae of tbe crew, was
brought 00 board, aod died that mor-
£ °P ^ Al* nod the other* were
honed at 4 p.m. Oae of my owo offi¬
cer# aud UaoM of tbe “Titanic* IdenU-
tied the .body ae fa» as possible."
Captain Uoetroo wm asked If any of
the wrocuen had been injured, lie said
that several ladle# who had been Iu
the^boat# were brought on board
sightly injured above tba arms,
tornorjejurtMof Uxal kind. . /
ST ANDREWS COLF CLUB-
Th. Vic. PrMldcBt1. Prl»
roreapme handicap score play 0 holes
which was lo lake place this aftarnoon
has owing to tbe death of Mr# May
been postponed to be ennoonced later.
DEMERARAJTURF CLUB-
TUB WINNINGS,
Th.folliwlng .c th. «Innlo.. of
th. .ucuntful boran at th. ñc.nt
SpHn, Meeting I.
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He said that all the rescued people
U^v*d..n“*oiacenUy. They were
(iujl*t asthey gotalongetde of tnesiilu,
and bore up splendidly wham ftey
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;iv in itUtrilUl^ tlKtli tun pu» vuwv»wt»«y
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TRINIDAD TURF
OFFICIAL NOTICt
TIIK following rulo having been passed *1 ,*
Meeting of-jlie Club, tho attention of all JJÍ
trainera Í»»poe¡ally called to tho mum a» *cHa
fact that application» for license» may bo17”
before May Hth,
TRAINERS LICENSES.
Such liocoSi muit be applied lot Annually la aubject
the Club, and is rervokabta at any lime at tba pleasure
N, boraea shall be qualified to etart for any race unloes o* ^
bands ol a hoanaed tralnar.
The faéaball be 15.00 par yaar or part of» , vfi
ALiimn u.

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THE BONANZA.
MESSRS. SMITH BROS & GO,
Respectfully beg to inform the Public
that the last
24' MARVELLOUS ’ MARVEL BUREAUX
made up in their workshops during the
past week have been entirely sold out.
'1 h-y have a further lot sof 43 now
going through die Machine-shop which
they hope to have ready by the end of
the week.
Comparison of this Bureau
for Design and Finish is
Defied.
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Price, Unrivalled $9,60
SMITH BROS. & CO.
i •
vi supply: of this
[orld-Famous Whisky
JUST BEEN RECEIVED
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MONDAY- 4e. MONDAY.
Riohardson and Solway.
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King Opens Court Season
PROPOSED RISE IN RAILWAY
RATES OPPOSED.
TITANIC'S SURVIVORS AT 1*LY
MOt III.
MAJORITY REFUSE TO TESTIFY
TO BOARD OF TRAMS.
HIGHER WAGES’ OR GETTER
LIFE-SAVING EQUIPMENT.
THREATENED BTIIIKK BY SEA-
MEN AND JrlUEMKN,
IIOUNDSDITCII BATTLE
FRANCE.
IN
PARIS POLICE AND AUTOMO¬
BILE BANDITS.
courtTkason
London, April 30th.
Oa Saturday Jths Klog roda in Hot*
ton Row forivally opeoirg tbg* leatou.
The aoeumula loa of fuuUlons on ac
count of Court mourning and the Id*
duatrialcriila will male it an unusual*
|y bury one and a brilliant programme
It being arranged for the Coarta to be
held on May lUb and 2)ib. Leven
wUlbsheluCbn May 25th aod June
30th. The date of the State ball* hare
not yet been fixed. Their Majesties
will atao att«Dd rácete the naval aod
military tournament aod the boras
•bow.
DEC1E8 FUOOEEDS WATEHPORD.
Lord DecleX will succeed the late
Marquie pf Waterford ai roinPimder
of the South of Ireland Ytoruaury aod
2reatpreparattooiare being rave for
•itertainmeot on.Lord Declet' lilah
eel ate.
HOME RULE BILL.
The rettiltoflhe Dublin Convention
bet cauied the Government toretoive
to move the second reading ofihe
Jlome Kule BUI earlier than waa to*
taoded. Mr. Walter Loog will move
it« rejection today» arguing that
UolonUiv are.lod gnant atibe attempt
to ru«h the Bill and ftlfle dlccuwlun
Five full day* and two bdfdayaara
allowed inalead of twelve day* at in
18KL Tbe eupportert of the Bill think
argument wilt be eihauvted. aod tlx
dtye enough for diecuMlng ev erythlog
B,wK3ll DlHKHTAULlSIlMKNl
BILL.
Analytlg of the divlejoi upon the
Welab DieegtaUMahmeuV Billtbowg the
NaUonallgU aolidly auppprted F, but
but many Libérala abstained, disliklug
Ita provi*lont forendownieot.
KKVNCllUJK IIEFUUVÍ, f
There it no hope of nesting bulb tbe
Home Buie and Welth Glatotab*
Ibbment ü I ■ and (raochlie rtíorm
bac practically been abandoned.
RAILWAY RAUX BILL.
A storm It threatening over tbe
BUI author! xlog railway oompa*
nlta to ralae ratee to compto*
aate for the compultory raltiog of
wages. Notice has Lean given of ais
moUooefor Ita rejection reading tbe
full Dumber cutióme allowk. Tbe
Bill baa beso condeinoed by a largely
•tteoded meeting at the Mastiou
lloueeof tbe Aewwutlon of merchants
nod traders. With suclj oooteotiout
ageod* Farl ament may ait until
Rapten) ber.
••TiTANllT MEMORIAL SEUViCI«.
Oa Sunday» ** Tttaruo" utemonal up
vicae were held ia many |»>aura, Tbe
JUv. Eoglbh officiated at an Bast Bnd
gatbaiingof B,UJ> of several nation*
aHtlaa. At BoulbamptMi WtCAD el
villana and large naval and mill lar y
eooUngenU attended an opeo air
meeting.
BUKVIVOlt OF '•TlTANICnr
CREW.
The "Lapland* arrived at Fir*
mouth whh W aurv/vera ef
•TlUnUV"
for ench acllon and a dcleg&Uou met
the ** Laptaod * and megrphi ned to the
curvivoiaadviangtbein not tusubmit
accordingly After landing they be
came unmanageable and Ihi^atened
to rush the dock gatea They were
released after a few deposit Ic^t ha«l
lieen taken, the majority lefumng to
teetify except ti|H>n tbe advice of thcii
union nfllrialit.
TOUCHINCi RE UNION
There writ uiuiiy touching r<
unions both at Flyuioulh and buuth*
aaiptou.
8EAMLN*SANI) FIREMEN» DK
MAND3.
The Liverpool teamen and Uue
men’s Union has revolted not n< sail
on any steamer unless its jepre*
sentatnes aie allowed to hmtet.'. its
tifesAvuig ef|iilpment or tlirir wages
t* misrd M-nuicn to 9Us. sird hmneit
to JCo. Uniuo olliolaU must attend
when Ih* men sign ai tides and
unionUt will refuse duly on any
vessel carrying* lion unionists or
Chinamen. *Ih« oifii ials say tiiev
would not strike until some lessels
deoles these terms then supporting
strikes elsewhere,
AUTOMOBILES IMKPITH FIGHT.
Tbe Paris police ooi tiered tlie
automobile bandits, Ueqnet and
and Dubois io a garage and Cholsy-
lerolaoda liatlle followed resembling
tbe lloundsditch anarthists engsge*
ment la January last year. The
bandit* had ail unlimited supply of
ammunition and >ul)ey The police chstged repeatedly behind
maltiesses. Finally the walls weie
destroyed by dynamite. Beuuet died
fighting aod Dubois poUonrd himself
after tbs wall fell. Two policemen
were wounded. Tboy were many
witnesses of tbe war and corres*
imndeoUtook couutlevs photographs
wbiih fill innumerable columna piala
mg the bravery of the hundrrds of
Republican Guards mounted police
and detectives engaged.
DAMASCUS IJAZAH QUARElt
IÃœURNT OUT.
Tbs Basar quarter at Damaacu* haa
been burned. Damage two tuilhun
sleillng.
LONDON bUOAU STOCK.
London. A|.til Ik>th
Sugar in stock un lbs l?7th In.tant
waa t82,0UD tout; last year AUCRU
tons,
BUESTS OF HOTEL DE PARIS.
The fullowinir Is the list of guests
staying at the Hotel de Faria: *
MM.ru Nicholson. Dipt lani and fsm*
ilyil). Chauim tie Georges, Mr aod JUrs
Cardelux, Fedeiito lUmltw, Ductor
Rodrigue/. Dm tor Aiiay. Doctor
Trocouis, Ih’Dii Cottiu, Mi rauda,
llaeny, (Jennsu Bolls, Cairuvto Terau,
Oarcla f rim, Otto Komrolar, Terraoi,
HARBOUR IMPROVEMENT
SCHEME.
“2o the JCdUor of tht Vort-of Spaxn
iiatetfr
8ir,-Mr. A. <-oiy Daviess n hdnder
In you pajwr ibis morning to uiy letter
puCUshed iu your Buuday’s issue has
iny alteollou
la *vply. on Monday 32ud lostaiit,
M r. Da visa iu tbs course of bis speech
remarked “that if b« disappeared from
the business (bunkering) somebody else
would ooim to take his idaoe.” Dom¬
ing as these ivtuarke did slier Mr.
Tripp's speech, aod In sup|iort of Mr
Tripp a argument, ibal. 'UiioUsvsrn
ruetn said nutbmg about eslstmlnat-
ing bulks" but futir ssbsws would
tuive llisl elfrcl. 1 naturally eeueludsd
that Mr Davies waa siuguig bis “swan
song " 1 am glad to team ftoai biut, i
that be ouly meant to ludíoste that" 1
a uew Manager of Ills Dealing Do., I
might be ap|K)intsd in his pises b |
WUh regard to Fisgue. I leave It to i
ssoslbU tumi to decide if uiy '’attempt j
U> ItiUU* app aismus of plague In
our Othay ’ is ih is nut a bell«*r (eiliey
Ibaa^bit t4 Mr Davies's atlotopt to
nmMfy the daagsr |
Now about Hums rate of kit. Daviess
that are going to walk oa board aWfa
If wa have mWA **MA das|> teaMr, I
Mali to see that these what van would ha .
greater dauger, thaa a etmp ivirr |
He tiles tu scui-e another point,
by assuming that th« hunkiling buni-
ness may be diirrn tmek to til old
quarters ai Ht, Luda, t*t. Tliotnas, and
Raituulue, if we impose a tax« f Dpvr
ton on bunLercn,ils Before consider¬
ing this question further, will Mr
Davies kindlyiofottu us lite amount
of revenue this bnnkriing tiade IningN
to the Colony, and Ihc amount »f rvisA
«/ishureed het e (excluding u hat is (pent
’with the bunkerers) l»y tlwse * tcrunp
steamers'1 nf Mr Daviess f
I do not fot uno moment wi h to do-
the laiukeilug or any other bust
ties*. tn«t win*n smh s'less is laid on
itsinijMirisnce to Tiuildad, ietutf tlot*
it cvntrthut* I<<1 lie t*wj» <>f ihi* Co*'
uttff, outside of lire* 4d per tori, tonnage
lues/ It enipio>« a certain amount
iflsboui. tort lire same labour would
In* employed if stoautevs bunkered from
di on water wharves
5I r Davies lias no objection toa ia
being ttaid on coal impoiled fo
•'UoimwlV" use what will sugar plan
Iris and others any L this? but On'
heaiHUR rail dint ta.v the f(urban
Keren.
Incomlusimi, after carefully stiaiy*
IngMr. Da) loss arguments, lean only
say in the language of golfers l>e has
••bunkered" himself
Random1!! IUst.
:uth April, 1912
TWOOEGTEGTIVES CHARCED
WITH ASSAULT.
ADUII8 RAVING STRUCK AND
inouuitr ir wah a íjiief
MAuiSTftATE PRLIKVSa ASStl'LT Ms
siRious and onnauBji jCJ
At tbs City Folios Court ycstsrUav, bs*
fors Ills Wonlilp Dr. Blackwood Wright,
Dectcotlve ConsUbles Tsjrior aod Jlltnls
wrrs vumiaoued by Alsx | Gustave, an
eidorly man, for assaultiita and imating
Mur at Faurs-8trsst Mr It M T. Frls*
gar a|4«arsd to j»ro-«erui* e««d Mr. II I
JrfTVrs reprsssatsd the dtfaodaals* oa a
pisa ofaollty.
Gennilalnant said bs h I cooper, aod
works st ths Custom House. Oa Satar
daytbsJOtb Instant, bs went to work at
7orl«*k as u*ual. Un ihar dvy hs got op
at alioul AbU o clot k and put ou his elothss
(o go for a walk, «bar» in corning out
from the bouss hsreueivsd a blow It was
drait him by ftindN, who gats hlui ao
other blow, and then rar away, lajlur
danta up and also struck Llm.
Mr. lTlxgar —It was a heavy blow 1
told Idui to take ears of what u4 la doing
and Ijsnont luued Iwatlngme.
Hie Wsrablp With a vtlck 1 -ysa.
CoHiplalimnieontlnulQgssld bs rsosivsd
a Idow fiwu Iliads and I14 fsilou Jbe
gnwud HU wife and daughter earns ost
»ik! bsUi tbsiu. His wife Udd them is
remeuttor that It was ber husband wbsio
thsy wers killlsg.
Mr. Frisgar -Yon went totbe Doskar.
I was unabts to wsik, 1 worked Car fl«s
shiliiogi |wr day. They took ms (or a
lit.*!.
Dsfcadaols did notan luto ihs to* nor
was any witness wiled. After asms brief
eronneal, 0* itollcitor toe tbs defssws
admitted ib# dafsadants guilt.
Ilia Worship believed that lbs assault
was a serlo M sos. aod ordered them to
pay £4 oouipeaeaUon each.
—oglgantlr j-epreseotstioo of tbs Im
]wHaI bird
Fiofessor Bruno Krnac, the well koow»
Beilin Sculptor, whofss Hamburger by
birth, bw been commissioned to dsalga
an eoormone bronas «agís to serve as a
figure bead for tbe Imperstor. With sn
Inqwrlal crown on It* piea»l. and Us out*
hprsad winga enfolding the bows of the
monster »«wl, it will l« a iulghty bird
menaurlng over 3Uf t. fruiu the besk to the
tip of tbe wings.
EASTERN MARKET.
giurAIIUN'8 OF M.M1KETABLK
CUMMUBITlRb.
iKU Apiil. rtlA
TD4 Osen I^TTUw Opening piHoe Ilk.
and l.V t leming ralee W*.
I Calf lOilbs. bsilTsg prke 2>k
• Hogs flMIb. 0(«nlng prive |m>. i )<»
ingpeiie IV,
J .sheep ftfUw. Seiliog (tries 3»k. 14c. and
IKi
' MiSTABCrS. MHot AD PHOVISIUVS, XT< .
llentifui Ddvbeen, Cum balls,* tíouji
habitant. Ginger, OahUtgss. Suite,
Parios, i)rie«t Flaeon Feas.
Ordinary—Lsttoee, (Jehroes, Hot Sauce,
Msiongsnss
huusll quantity—Fisntaios, laaiu, Yarns,
Cush Cush, Cuvumber.bw set ibtalow
rfetirv.
I'lsutlful Cashew, Tamarinds des ludes.
Orilloary—Oranges. Urape Fruit, Sourvop.
bmali quantity Fios Apple*. Maugoes,
Gres gres.
visit.
1‘len.llful—Carite. Rsdi’Tsh, Tetelru,
Ordinary—Farrot Flab, Carsngne.
hutali qaentify—La lAtosL'&almoo, biuall
Oros par, hnrluipa.
Kggs plentiful Fowls Ordinary} Maul*
oou and Bucks small qnautity.
DEATH OF MRS. C. H. MAY.
We regret to annouuus the p**Ming
awsy.yesUrday afternoon, at her late rwl
rfenve. Si, New Street, city. Of Mrs. O.iI,
Mav.-wifs of tbs popular Inspector of Hun.
staiailary Tbs futirrs) take* (dace tide
aflertmon at IVtuelutk, to All baluts
Cliuivh. We jelu hie many friends In
tendering our sincere sympathy to tbs
Iwresved buabaod, as siso to ths olhsr
relatives.
PRICES MRRENT.
April 29,.April 30
rv.,4
AOujf;
NEW YORK
ITDUIt,
ISinterOtoars or
W.LtMrbarifT
MEAL:
*"** (' A'tv Immw's iwr hrl.
*wUL 1
Ck>sU4spsr Ik
W-M
THE IMPERATOR'S LAUNCH.
AN 1MF08ING fll.l HK 11 KAIL
The fuilowina Is takeu fr -w the bk*p
¿limy (iintJte H n*,ty bummtu y
IteMits from Hass burg state that tbs
ooasCrsqUon of the “
Lias's M.0 > too ahij
Bssdrd so far that
Mwaaftado*)?
Boto raid
DLAfcHf
fAftHi
8A1SJ
isfiltoi SS ioKIXiX:
TrUUlif3HWOL **W ’
b,FS5tiiS-I“
ywMea Tosea |*sv onb4>
IViimi usr wk ill-
temían not, Hperstok
fs-b. HsastoMa». east
8 pur isaCwrOr-
Sv*>4
.*< FUulwr, .hiIw
abip Iu>aerator has m
sssdsd so far that tbs oatay aS3l IMS LONDON,
alauasi bseu oooiplstad. The fasto** I 81048 .
—
by May Heat, so tha* sisspt hr seats mu
furssea delay tbs largest stpsaiship la tbs
world will girds froot ths sN^*usÍh>Uih«
lisflss that month It Is rtaorirl in
llamfisigtluslif the
meats his JuJsaky will hs use
seat at au event whlsh wUi -rlilr ui M
mark aa «pooh la the history of the (<«i-
maa assruantils asarlas.
It U lataroatiag to leara that the lu«
paralarla sfttoof her madsrulty, will
mark a mvasatou to aa aid sad
eaqea saslegL as aim «111 to
«ita a %aw hmil-a feature wt
ylliiftug jrMtday »hti
la saagMaasa Wk the an Uul lastata
ei atablag the flgurs bead a symtoulal
sdigy (#U>e«wuns of tbs ship, tl\s Iw
asratorvUi wurrv at her piv*-ths «M
vucdM^j UM ctoUMtfAutt VUad
iuua
Aped 3U April Ai,
c¿S8sr‘,"r*-“
- ' Im4HA
fa®*
FsUiAsUU) OMiwUd
TrialdaAOuSUs
“ladWf
4s £<
OlMalS

TOE PORT-OP •'* VTV OA55U'.*
-.D'T.flSPAT ttAY A 1912
For Sale,
Recent Arrivals^
1382
„ 250
Bag's Nagra Bice
Bags White Rice ' , ll
200 Boxes Blue Cloud Soap—20s.
24 Cases Jewel Lard - 25s. ' â– ..
10 Tierces
50 Pales
50 Cases Emperor
„£each 25 gs.
Frederick
Water—100 pints
50 Cases „ „ 51 pints
100 Bales German Paper
*£5 Bags Creole Corn
APPLYflTO
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SOUTH OTJ-A-^T.
Just Arrived Ex s.s. “Mayaro" from New York
A HLII PM EXT OP
Pabst Famous Milwaukee Beer.
Tlio Sa
ilt«]
mv *»* Qu
Ackiiywledj-ed 1 iv ConuuixtcurH to be
tlie”llliie Ribbon of nil American lleer.
Sold by nil (lie leading Iloteb, Pro\i-
tion Merclui'itx Groceries Bird, Shop-. Sc Rcitaur.iiitH in the
Ihland and Wholesale from
HY- PEREIRA &!H. HAMEL SMITH.
I’llDNK 270 SOLS AGENTS.
18 St. Vincent title* t
PHOETTIX
ASSURANCE CO., LTD,
Barbers’
Hair
Clippers,
Only 11.20.
MAILLARD'S.
CURRENT EVENTS.
Mif Day.
TU.DAY.
Full Moon.
Appeal Ootirt—10.30 a.tn,
Mails for Tobago «(a ManssnllU
d«M l21Up.ni.
The Lemton Ulectric Theitrer-K.1*)
p.ni. >
High Water Morn 3.30 Kven f.HI p.tn.
Bun Here A48 a,m.
Hun set* 0.4JH p m.
Moon . .. ..
DEATH.
.... evening a
Maud, wife of Im
denoe. Maud, wife of Inspector May,
the Trinidad Constabulary. Funeral
real*
of
takes place at 4.90 p-m. to-day from No.
¡15 New btreet to All Balote rihurcb.
Friends will please accept' this In
tlmatlon.
INDEX TO PAGES
—Titanlc'e call for help heard Ptovl-
\VÍ ‘
or XfOSTDOIV,
cstabliahod 1782.
INSUHANCKS effoctod against Loss by Firo on every description ot
l’roporty» including Derricks. ¿Buildings and Eoginoi on Oilfiolds
on tho most favourable terms.
Thu t'UOKN’IX; Is one *of tbsloldait ailwsiKhieit Olliü loeiUlen
ttod’ln* Branches and Agencie* throughout the world.
in* accumulated funds exceed £14.000,000 alerting.
Claim* Faitl £45 UU0.0U) „
Revenue ,, £ »t,3JU),U0 ,,
Prompt and Liberal Settlements.
TEUTIUS 1VILSOX,
Agent for Trinidad—Ofllce 5 Chacon.Btreet.
low Being Lauded
E. M. S. “ CAEONI” -
.1 FÃœIITUF.F SIlIVitliXT OF
Reid’s Stout
-IN—
BARRELS OF SEVEN DOZEN PINTS.
This excellent STOUT was sold
exclusively at the Agriculteral
Exhibition and was highly
Appreciated.
WHEN OBDERING STOUT SAY “REID."
Wholesale most
GStfSlali Co. Ltd.
A.C3-H33STTS.
dentlaally. Wireless opera-
* tor of Catpalhia, oil duly pre¬
paring to retire» but had not
removed apparatus from ear*
when he caught diitre** sig¬
nal— Had calicom* two min¬
ute* later It would hard gone
unheeded.
HU Andrew* Golf Club.
Demerata Turf Club; The win¬
ning*.
a—Latest Telegram*.
Uuesta of Hotel de Parlo.
Harbour Improvement Scheme.
Two Detective* Charged with
Assault t Admit* uevjng
struck and thought It wa* a
thief t Magistrate believe*
assault was serioui and order*
*d £2 compensation.
The Iiuperator* Launch j An lm
posing Figure-head.
Eastern Market Q iotation*.
Death of Mr*. Ü. il. May*
3-r-Oo Tour with the Governor t Up
the Orinoco and it* Tributa¬
ries jThe Encbsntiog Scenery i
The ** Delta ” voyage to and
„ from Ciudad lijlivar and
Imataca’i exudan Hospi¬
tal Ity.
The Late lion, W. .O* L. DretL
Herbiceltace*; Dr Massiaft win*
Itveltice*} Colinton Unbeat-
en t -Many abseotee* cause
J*oor Held*.
*in of ni*n ho died on Deck
of the Titanic.
8 —The The Trinidad Daoce Orchestra.
Tranquility Square Tennis Tour*
namenL
Demerara Usees,
D—Our Article on "The Hospice
Bridge."
Leprosy in Deuieraia i Hxpcil-
iiisqU with Nastin i Dr.
Miiiett* Unfavourable Uepoit.
Another Precocious Child.
Cause for Sympathy.
’ 'Tv
HÚ Licia Civil Service.
ITEMS OF NEWS.
’l*tie Venezuelan steamer Delta will
leave for Ciudad Bolivar on Thursday
the2tdlu*L at 1 p.m. Mail* close at
10 a.m.
TheXi.C.C have decided to send a*
the colony's representative* to the
cycle «ports to be held on Empire
Day in Triuidad, Duncan Bluirt. the
Derbies champion, and Nobrega
(Father Books}, wba «bowed up eo
brilliantly at the recent aporte at
BoUrda. Both representative* will
leave for Trinidad on the lltb Instant.
Yesterday* telegrams announce a
rise In the cocoa uiatket by UJ, being
now quoted at W/*,
During a wordy encounter between
a Dementi*lawyer anda Georgetown
msjpstrale. the former complaloed
that the Bench was not treating the
Bar with respect -l/fton this, the Ma
f;i*t4ate turn from bis seat with the
allowing eiclaiualJon. *' l do not res-
>ect aoybudy." Ihe lawyer duly am
pealed to the repolléis to note His
Worship's expresión. This anjioaied
to bavs had lue «leshrd elfect, (or soon
after the MsglsUuU* apologized to the
bairister for wliat he had said, aud
admitted having lost M* temper.
News from Mot*** í* éf a **JT
aUrmlns nature, eemeqofvri « l*>e
extraordinary -dry westlifL Apart
from the scarcity of waterTnsii»any
part* the hush fires ara «rosing ths
greatest destruction to property.
Duringths past week several .estate*
aid neai
have paid heavy tribuíalo the fire*
bug, for It is certain that the fires
The Government has. very
properly, prohibited the selling of
ni+s; but some of the daring peasant
proprietors, adopt roost wÃœJf mean*
to achieve their desire to have their
land* ready fnr ths rain whenever It
come*. The result I* that many of
tbs larger owner* are heavy loseta.
A meeting of the frotiihlnrd Court of
Demerata ha# been summoned for
Tuesday. 7lh May. for the purpose of
considering a deepatch front the See re-
tary of Nlate regarding ths reduction
of the salary of ths Chief Justice or
that colony recently decided upon by
theOourt. It is understood that the
Hecretary of Htate I* of on nhro thst
the action of the Combined Lkturt was
Irregular.
Yesterday’s calile uuntatlona showed
theHhares of the Oeneral IVtrolevim
Properties of Trinidad Ltd . at I Is 3d
lRiUi] a« against II* M-l's HI the
previous day. In like manner Trini¬
dad Oilfield* Ltd, figures at —
:iuais« against »J*3d-^*nj ths day
before.
Owing to an epidemic of tneatle*
now eiisliiig at Maracas, the Govern-
inept School of the district» ot wkteh
Mr. S. A. Alexis is headmaster, lias
had to close lor a couple of weeks.
The statement of the business affair*
of Mi Ernest Fat nutn has been filed In
the Official Receiver's Office, George¬
town. Denierara, Ths assets are esti¬
mated at $11.Jti, and the liabilities at
f«S,4.Vkll showing a deficiency of
~.>I.HKi.H. Tin* largest credllom are
extent of trtUJno. of which iMi Is
w cuml
Mr II. II. Huno; and jockeys,
•* jimmy’ Bihsller. Bonner, D. Camp¬
bell E. Borde and Lsndon with the
Mg*)res’ Actress, Atlrikte, Ueproarh,
and Revenge, returned hers ye front Detneiara by the R..M.S.
44 lUlautia”.
With the exception of Grenada,
says a gentleman who came down by
the R.M.S. Detbict yestetday, all the
(•laods are having falily heavi
showeie of rain. Ureitsda is still
almost, as dry as Trinidad.
7 VttttwH»* SviawwwHW 'OeitriTÜ
left by the 1^.M tJ. •4lv«rt,’* Wtwda».
far Rsrbad<*e laerd^teleht tlnnv»»
of bétrtdlela, bts bride being expe-ted
out frota Irrisnd on next Monday. -»
. imealne,
which arrived at Havre on April 10th
report* that at midnight Amfl
)n She encountered a huge field of lee,
with the tot»# of the «•ergs slightly
above the water. *’La Tksuralpe
slowest down, and emerged from the
IVe field after an hone «learning.
Next morning she passed Wither Ice
berg*. La .iVniralne was In com-
inonleatkm With the TUanle nn the
afternoon of April 12. The “Piea-e
fiouvell*" quotes the rapfslu of *'I«a
Toutalne’’ as saying that he sent a
wirriem despatch iep*rtlng ths pre¬
sence of Icebergs to the eaptaln oftha
titanic, who - acknowledged . the
meessgawlth thánka
Ith und<*nilorx1 thst Paptaln OoKl-
|ng niesei t«y t’hlef of I'ldiceandOmi-
innndant of the laical Foveas nf tit
|jU< ia. will shmtly »e u*ak ogvwtsrtge-
in*n(s for an Inlevroloauit Iroms
Tournament. Mr*. (Mdlng N a Ten¬
nis < hampfnn. ami, as Is known locally
iW plain Golding k an * ntbuslast over
llie game.
linos, two children,
tuaid left by the It M 8. “Trent" ye
Knglaod on a long ikoiKla*
teiilay for RngUnd on a long tuoiiday.
Mi. Buck, hnwever, w« learn cannot
Imveat prseriit, as the affslri In con¬
nection with rhrrofl industry in all
pat U of the Island demand his con¬
stant attention. Theie is no doubt
that Trinidad ha* how “turned the
corner" as far as oil is ooncerned and
this year hid* fair to W full of Interest
to tiolh Investor* and the Government.
A peculiar Incident occurred at the
City Police Court yesterday, when a
witness named Mít<(¡>eU had to be
driven out of court, on account of
esste 'iliom and Cameron»- to the'“the erratlo manner In which he was
tusking hi* statement. When ask«sl
by the Magistrate to discrllw) the hut
the complainant wore, be turro-1
rt’oftnd to the complainant who had
the hit in her hand for Identification
The Mugir rat* thought that his *tm y
was incredible and eventually di wr
him out of lire court.
The .Vovnlno Post say*.—4
ulatlons made
Aci’onl
hr Ih.
The following gi eetlng was published
by the St, Lucia Force in Its last
Issue.—44IVe extend a heaity wel¬
come to Captain Golding, our new
Chief of Police, and to Mrs. Golding.
who accompanies hitnt they arrived
by the Mall on Thursday. Captain
" ’ * ‘ of g ’
Golding will find plenty of good wotk
ready to bis hand, both in iesp*ct to
the Police Force ai well a* the Volun¬
teers. We hope as a result of his
elforts soon to see an improvement In
both bodies for which there is full
scope."
Oa most of the sugar estates, down
south, says a conespondeot, only half
or at most three quarter* of the esti
mates have boeu or will be reached.
Of course, the weathvr has been great*
ly instrumental fur UiU backward*
state of affairs. No woik fcau propeilv
be performed In tbs fields and It is
only to allow the indentured itíind-
giants to earn their minimum as re¬
quired by Iaw that any field woik is
being dune. The eailli l* *° hard
that no good wink can be done,
that proprietors are losing money on
all sides. Fortunately the prices of
the sugar l^fair
On the an i val of the It M H. /Aiíau-
tia at Demerara last week, the Trini¬
dad passengers wen subjected^» strict
.edit ’ f ~ *
tal examination 5y the Foil
Health Officer, and wete also required
to depoelt $10 by way of guarantee for
futher medical attendance.
Mr. H. IV*. Pritchard wilt from to¬
day assume permanently the duties of
bis new appointment os Magistrate of
San Fernando, La Brea and Uro-
pouche | similarly Mr. V. X de
Vcrteull will assume bis duties
as Magistrate of Uavauua Grand*
and Moruga pendiog the appro-
val of the Secretary of State for
the Colonies.
llie CousUbutaiy Baud will play in
it ft-
the Botanic
$ o'clock,
U ardí ms to-night fioui
A resident lu Port LlmoiV, wntlng to
the Colon /ndeiwndrnf, says, theiu aie
hundreds of JamaUaiis theio who
cannot get work at any price, live
farms have cut down wages to k>cents
per day, no uiau Is allowed to earn
more than fJi per month and the peo-
pls are simply exi.Ung by the mercies
of groen bananas, etc. Added to this,
every article of food has jumped from
Wd to twenty-five per cent, on aocouut
of the new duties which bar* Dome
loto foice.
It was Chief JUogrr Lynch, A.O.F,
who
firesided atlavt Saturday night’s
Hgof Court lily of l»ro, not I rill
roeetmgof .
as was slated,
Mr, J B. Look Smith, Postmaster
for Jamaica, Isa* been made a nomi¬
nates! Member of lbs Lt «MalivvOeua-
di of that colony in the room of the
Hess. II. L Ü. Brown, who has resigned,
TbelloaUeJI.
tor of Coeloms) o
delegates * at tl
B. Waleott, (Ootlee*
ossa of the Trinidad
gatee * at Us# resent Reel
prosily Goafssvno* held at Ottawa,
returned bee* y—today hy lb*
DaoUts steamer *’ 8t t-roiz" from
London.
The Doming Post says. •
’——^4 Ink
^ nir Waiter
Ilgostua. who la aow iu Loud so. wUi
awMisv the o4Hro U Uoveruur of 8HV
. *» *?lrior U>
Uiing up hto mw 4uUm h* wiU spessd
a short Unit la the south of miser.
A floe race was said to hue bsen
recently run between the ethoonsrs
“ Mcjestlo* and “LhUJs M» lltrdy" on
their way down from Barbados to
Demerara both being consigned to
Messrs. Pimeutafe DUiivelra. It U
said that ths “Msjestli" left Barbador
bslf-an-hoer after ths 41 Letlis M.
liardy" and the weather-bviog fine
she crowded oo sail and soon overtook
the latter schooner. Hhe arrived fifty
minutes before llie "Lettie M. 11 udv ’
“ • ih ’
sucuuipIUhing her voyage in 51 hours i
1 hour, 2d miuutes lyss than her rival.
It 1* slated that whilst going up to
Barbados «he at«j raued with the
"Uomiade,’’ which left Demerara I'l
minutes before her, aqd yon.
51 r. Robert Kvtuahau has Iven ap¬
pointed to act ae Engineer Ir» Gbaig*
* Burveys, «luring the absence on
of Mr. ‘
leave c
. E, U. UmarL
Il Is said that Mr. It It Rolen,
I’ulkv MajisUate of Dlstikt "A” Bar
bados, who has gone on four month’s
■ • ri
leave, is aspiring to on* of the Judge-
ships sip«N.ted to fall vacant at au
eailydate In on* of the Islands, It
will be remembered that Mr. Roden
has been ciediteJ with having refused
a Trinidad magistracy recently.
Dr. J. W. Bakin will shortly be pro
Oil*
oeedin^Ao Koglaud on keys
nhile |
..abseuoe,
J. A, t’wvivvUl aotforblui.
Mr. J. K. Pereira M., Director of ths
UulaNaciooat de Vensauvla,” arrived
here yssteidajf ing to Regulation* ...
Onviunor of Trinidad in 0mm< il
under aeetlon 3 of the Pensione
Ordinance, UM7, the numlver of yvare
to l« addv«l to the period of service
under Regulation 17 for the purpum- nf
tfur.putlng pensions is as follow* •-
For the First ('law, ten years t ftw the
Hecotnl ('Us*. 11 vs years ; for the Thfnl
t'lass, thrro yeara The First lias*
«•oropike* JudgSH of the Buprenie
(' nut j ths Second Glass, the Attorney
General, the Hurgruu General, and the
Dnectnr of Publte Wmks when a
member of the Institution 6f Civil
Engineers. l*he Third Class comprise*
-ttie Solicitor General, Medical Officer*.
Stipendiary Justices when llarristers-
at-lsw or Advocate* of the Scotch Bar,
thn Director of Public Wotk* when
not a member of the Institution of
Civil Engineers and the Cciiumissioner
of Hie District CoUit.
Mr. II. Ilunn of Tiinidad expressed I
himself at the cIo-m of the recent |
Bprtiig Meeting in Demerara, as being
very pi* • - -
very pWttid at the general conduct oM
the roaeUng, which was ons of the I
•leasantest and moit sportnsanlike be |
ad ever seen in tb«j West Indies for
many years, — I
Tbstít. Vincent sxhlbitlon of West I
Indian Needlewoik was sucoessfully f
opened at Garhegie Hall. Kiogston f
on last Thursday 3Jlh ultimo, 111*
llononr ths Administrator, Mr.
Uedeon Murray performing the
icremoriy. He was accompanied by I
llou Mrs, Munay, Mr Normao f
Laniont, and Mr Herbert Fsrgervon I
of Grenada. Exhibits were received
from the following Islands and were e«- l
hi hi ted t-Ti lardad. Tobsgo, UrenadSw.li
Union Islaoil, Dwjula, Ht Vltcent, btrf
Lncla,Martinique, (iutdelouiw, Mont¬
serrat, Antigua, Haba, Anguilla, Hr.
KUu, Nevis, Tullóla, Anegada,
Puerto Riot*, Cuba. The show was a I
msgnilfcent one and draw forth Ihe I
bigest praises from the visitóte. The I
Idea of this exposliioa originated with I
Mr* -Murray who le doing so very I
much to popularize 8t Vlnceot, 1
The Dstoerar* Aroo*¡/ «Ules that
tbs outgoiog Mad will take to Triol*
«Ud tus wvU'knesu maro Prioress
Hoa, whose taring eareer is known to
spotuupn Id that pqitwf and the
nelgbbourlog RUods. Ibis pepular
mare 1* nut leaving the snore of
Brltisb Uuizoa for good, as may be
thought, but fur the purpose of going
U)e slqd, biuvo kh* 0VAS«d to
appear on ths» turf *b* was sent by
he* owner, Hon F, Dlaa, W tbs stud
of Correo Ht VaJ *
of Corroo 8t Valentine and Ht Kitts,
I to seed bar to tl)* omm
Hh» (Joveratao»» etsliioo m
4* who lo ur Onn out ot
Kefvnfog to hi* Intention to try bis I
liwkintbe Old Country lif outer to I
ride on the English lurfi young I
lioi-d# of Trinidad told a Demerara I
pieewnan that hsdid notuspect tel
would get any rngAK«Mneui« this I
season i and lit* visit this year would I
be more In thefiature of establishing I
hiuvaeU and securing engagements I
for the next raclog season. Goes be I
is rstAbiished, liorus states be does Dot I
auticlpate returolog to Uis West |
(odian turf lie spoke with eunfl I
dence regaiding his venturo and I
thinks be will be abis to secure saris f
factory engsgsumnl* for the uext I
season, and hold bis own against the I
English rider*. Unless he sucoswdsl
ronisrthan h* exproU, hi* piereotj
idans are to stay three or four mouths ]
In England Ibis year, return to th* I
West Indies for I be end of the year I
Hi..(¡..a.iKurtb, e.1 .¿uíTÜiíl
ihK*'(o llil-Oi, llunjV. I
Worn, utt Uw En,li.h turf .r. I
•>/ Imi u| ku L.1U, ,uth , I
ll|(hlw«l,£liW.r lKv.nU» it,,, ¿Lí I
Sr»1 » (and Ilghlw.I.huTn I
JBiftflai)datt4auv promumgl*d, capable I
alsat srvcu stun--. 1,^11
of going l«t «tais at srvcu stout-.' had
eagfriy susppui up by tram
wr . rag'-ny suspput up by ira.,, ,, I
Bwtircao ildr i.jiufoitAfaly wU4n>ut I
UdiiTh. r*dut'Uo# w ¿I
JOHN HOADLEY &f
BOOT & SHOE SPECIALIST^
ALL THE LATEST Sft
— IN-
BLACK, BROWN & WHITE BOOTS !
av - jpnxooa
Prom
S1.20 to’
, SHI! OVll
SPECIAL TAN" BROGUE
-t (a oo
“THE
I
J
... .... ..... . yesterday,
tM-fnj-A Ilia Worst)!? Dr. BkckwotMi- I
Wright, a little girl |d years nf age I
vest brought up by GonsUbls Turion
â– fur loitering at Brunswick Ho ms re |
Ihe gill, whose uncle was called rsiltMl ]
u> give a s*Ukf*t!t«ry account,
*ih1 she was sent totheib-formstory I
until sbe atlainr her fifteenth year, f
IBs Worship reijatkerPHbat In Liver-1
PI there was a welU oown society |
wlnrit In* ked after waifs and strays. I
Mniikignnr Nugent who did good work I
u iiehatf of the Roman Csiholics, by I
l When be died bewg* honoured hy the I
election of a statue. Dr, Dernady* I
liuru* also did good wotk forth* Pro- I
icstant*. But In this colony, unless (
these children are brought before the I
Folie# Magistrate, there was no body I
whose business It was, to look after I
them, end Ihe result was very bad, f
for tb* eolouy, GapUid Joy of the
(¡privation Army who was present, j
said that they bad one nr two that |
they were trying to look after.
DO.»
CONNER MARINE SQUARE & OUAOON 8TM
don’t know
Buy ?
THEN COME TO
WILSON^
|.VNI) THEY’ WIU, IIKLI'.,Y0Ü»,
A Splendid Assortment of Silver
i=3EIoctro Plated Goods on Haáj»
TKA AND COFFKK NUTS. FlHlI KNIVES
cauvinu het<3, kntki; DISIIITS,
ELECTRO PLATED WAITERS, ICE
JUGS, CLARET JUGS,
LADIES' SILVER MOUNTED BRUSHES.
TOILET SETS.
REAL NUGGET SCARF
IÍBRASS BENARES WARE. I
nacía
- - vCv{
â– %/%%
Ladles’ Fancy Departr
New Lines in Alps
IN CREAM, NAVY jAMIJGRBY
â– it -le. tu 7-c. per Yard.
Aim. a Special Line in SB If 8tl“l
Vollos In all Shade»nt 4Hc. & 00a per
, A SPECIAL LINE
PLAIN VOILE—Dmil.le Widtli-nt ¡Wa ..
COLOURED NINONS- I nail licit Shades »t
per'
Talffetalim
FO/l r,ixi\a.
,»N per HI
SELF COLOURED SATINS Ft »R ‘ l MIIOSM
eent« « Y’urd *
The lloxtSulihlitute for Silk--1 â– 
in all SlmduH.
WILSONS,
X.XIMCTMPJBX».
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ns* flfíyyrga—■
Tiro portof-simtn gazktl. a ? Esrur may i 1012
;ÍSB BONANZA DRUG STORES
pn, JtfAO AtmA'O VVXiMOOOW,
rW&’martlttl Massatfn* Machias Cor Uta mooeafiful treatment of CHroalo JUieu-
' **1iÍ¡uKmIjCiO«“>«•«»■«■»• Oí th. Jo4at«, .10. It iiMUuitlr .topa nMn,
¡¡¡¡Ü«4wW***t*<1 ont»n«, Mston clreíl.tlon oí th. bloo-t inj bolldi up wutoH
£.««*'* imxnV saín AmNiTir hoai-i affinity soap i
ttrimlnxl for th. flrut tinn oo th. loo»! m.rl-t In plan. of “T01IAJ SOAl- which
«HMlntUijd. > lIoUMhold Tul el Mí Nun»rr Soup, ltoonoinl*
|!bMI ucríoalM o.d roatór. th. .Un «o(t ud oool. lYIo. fe,-.n «uta por doi^n,
L KOLTSOSt KOLYNOSI KOLYSOSt
ül.tIBo D.nt.1 Crtom .0 Liquid nmtiUlo*. ,l*ür«lr Antlwntlc .n.l lUcUricMo.
lMa tb. vclh .od picrearM th. gTOMt^Prtp. 1/0 tmoll sin and A*u largo
thFíohanza drug stores.
rort-ol Spain, Sangra Oronda and Anma.
PHTH BROS. & CO,
ftegL
"Slnitr” U Always th« Pride
ol IU Owner
Tt« Slufcr 5c»Inf WkWm N r«r«r*tsr 4l «*«t tb* varld'ss tk« mmW ef se«ri«c
'■ mkUm ptrfeiDoo, and »11 etber m*fc**
•m kf th* Sib^T Mandará. Tk*t
% why t+trj «otnan li prwd t« «va a ffinirr
It Mcda m apobvfy n«r taptuatinn SInrrr
ttsrktiws s*>*cr lb< firtd*. «UWr Oscillating Shuttle
t-fvr Jl«*k, Vibritliia Sluttla of Automatic Chain I
Hrh> WVfl a woman can point »«th« lumeSINCfcR
M bt/ marhlun her friend* realise ahe ha* the heat
fryU— ef ha t/pa that moner un hjp en<| every
«Mian h«e*i tbé».
• Staler Aewinf Machinea are sold only at fvm*tV
fhop* or hr Sinter Salramen—neerr thn ith drain*
•c aadar either name*. Look for the big. nH
NICER SEWING MACHINE COMPANY
I^ Prodoelck dtroot
Fort oMpain.
afch 8bope*afc San Fernando | Sangra Grands and Scarborough, Tobago.
md^Preseols
-AAT
Eii^etneoiRiogs
, dihioxjIEj cristr
Ws beet Place in tie West Indies for Jawellary.^
MUD SILVER AND ELECTRO-PLATED WARES.
Watches, Clocks, Optical Goods, *Cv.
Watches, Clocks, and Jswnllery
to your advantage-to pay us -
â– StaUQuililv.-Afc prices to defy competition. 1
§jg¡ repaired by competent workmen. It will be
talk before making your purchase.
66 MARINE SQUARE.—(NEXT
[jew goods received by every mail
TO THE ICEHOUSE).
mmi Rings.
Wedding Rings.
TASK YOUR DEALER OR GROCER
for-
QUEEN LAGER’ BEER
—AND—
[ROYAL EXTRA’ STOUT
BrewcdJQfroni the
tasrian Hopa,
Finest English Malt and Best
P Excursion to Europe.
tl Reduction of 1st Class Fares.
TO
[ÃœRN TICKET FROM TRINIDAD
SOUTHAMPTON £20,
tbr " NAG DAL® if '«.ring on «IrdJOLY and returning trom
U»optoo and Cherbourg by ** Magdalena" on the ltib AUGUST.
m?• Return Ticket will under no circumstance be made available for toy
eeaamtrlUaan thatstited shore. FotaU further particulars apply at
The Rojral Mail Steam Packet Company’s Office.
_.L . IMAB1NB SQUAItK, PORTOF-SPAIN
r 2f*th lili
CAKESI CAKES!CAKES I
1 CITES FOB WADDING?, AT BOMBS. PASTIES, PICNICS, DANCES
AND HOTELS
*lLefoll<>wioff¡Taatr!aeaort ■ Ns.k .j buna, Usborne buna, and Curraot Buns, at ltl, & |d. each.
. aponga Cakes. Jam Tarts. Jam Puff, Curraot Tarta, Coconut
Biscuit, Plea and Klsaea, at Id. each i Fruit & Sponge Cakee
Jei»*i*A f? *^*Jo»per lb. Orders must lw sent a .day In adrance to avoid
ff’T^LL AT Ho. «.AB FHCKOMBY «THKCT. cr Pboce 070 da BO
L®iiUcien's Chocolates Leads
Compound Syrup of Prunes.
,B n* ■*u« »• Vh, *Ad%l.U4rat.r*
UcaerariOrdifiaaye, Ns. loa,
U lh« fn.tUr Ol tb. E.UU'of R«. No«l,
lafe ©f Leoga« Villa*®, to tbs Ward of
m brands, 8ootb. In Ute UlaSi ©I
^^TrlaIdad—Deceased, htesUie.
AUCTION SAl.KñÍTbut.d.jth. 9Bfd
d.j ol UV lili betwMO 1 ud i r.o>.
PUBLÍI^NOTICE I. h.rcbf (/fin tb.t
thero will be pat up lor sale by pub*
1m eonloo «i tbe odiee ©f, tbs aodtr*
fi?D, ,* **«■»•• Trtwo ok Thursday the
&rd day ol April 1912 between tbe hours
©f I sb<1 2 ia ifc* ufNmoon. All that
P*f,C8l or hi ©f l«u1 sltaate at Idengaa
Villagala thaWard of Hiraaa Oraoda
89utu, |q tbs Ulead ©1 Trloldad, eorn*
ptialag tao aeras, abaktlog on the North
apon a* pobUo road, oo the South upon
kods now or lately Crowo lauds, oo the
East upon lauds sow ut lately Grown
leads, and oo tbe Weal upon lanl of
Jkíil An<^ aP°a lends of Lather
Dated kbis ¡SHh dsy cf At»rif 1912.
.M E. F. STONE,
®p* ”**eoa Grande and Motuga.
J'or AdoalnUiratcr-Drovrai.
Private BoardingToosB
\fR8 8VLVEiTRB*WlLUAMÍ bat
Ji. lug aeeared tlis healthy and con»»od
ions realdsoce corner o( Saekvllld aod
Eaward Btves^s, is prepared to »ecom*
nodate a limited onmlwr of Boarders.
tipecUl atteotioo will begi*en tochfldrso
Irom tbs ooaotry attending school—Tstms
moderate,—1st May
Makhual'm OmtK,
21rd April. IUU. .
In tbe Bapreme Court ol Trioidad sod
Tobago.
Mammary Jurisdiction Port-ol-Sp»Iq^
ho. 180 of 1912,
Is the matter ol
T. (Joddes Grant
Versus
Mobaaslugb
NOTICE U hereby gtreo, thst Ihsrs
will be pet op for sale st the Deles*
dint's place ol bueloers Np. 29 ttt Joseph
Road in tbe Town ol Poit*of*8,>iin oo
Wednesday the 1st day ofM«yl9l2st
I2o’dock doooi
Tlie eotlre Htockdo-trade of Defendant*
ucorlsion shop ojosiming of Winer. Beer,
Stoat, Flour. Uora. Hitler, Tinned Meat*.
Feas, Salt, Salt Beef, Matches Etc Kte,
file. Also 2Clitii«, 1 Iron Bedstead,
Levied uoon la tbsabivs matter,
CLEMENT FKS. LIUOUKE.
Deputy AlavshaY.
A BARGAIN.
Por Qalo Ctioap
WHIS well known pti
,*-£of FVelrrick end 1
IrmiMW 72 Onrner
Duke Strict.
GoodjRenlal, Safe Investment,
â–¡Apply for particulars at tlx?
.CUKOI.H WAIIMACV.
WAR DECLARED
rll E FranotvOcraian war was averted
but the Fraoco-Vcnemrlsn Dritiah*
Yankee lr tight ing Uvrnian Artlflelal
Dyes anl Adulterated Cloth* to a
#Ill,L’ IHIWN WITH “■
“.Gorman Artificial
AND-
ADULTMiATKl) GOODS.
No Negotiation. No OiurUus.
No AnuUMoe is pr>«M«ible now
L'e blgbling lo Vli« finish.
XAU3«en ooobo
MUSr/BE STAMPED OUT f 1
H J, £ CLAMK.V8.
King of Dyers.
Eorry&Go’s
CELEBRATED BELFAST
GIS6EI! SLE.
A SMALL SlIlrM NY OK
TONIC WAIT!It &
' S A USA P Al IIL L A.
Dm ju-t txMD rMirod from tlio
.ibov, firm, m h tudy ñ.« I im
of i tloA b>ul.< ate i.
Run Insurance Office
£,0NX3ONt
HmtnTjMmUmdl 1710,
Tbs 0 deal Fite In
suraoce Compaoy In
tbe World. iBSuriBcas
agamst Lois or Damage
by ktrs sdactfed u^m
almost svety «Isscnptlov
of proper!} In Towfe.and
Country.
losuraocs can *‘io he
effmAfed upon *. Derm V*.
luulos AUofiar Ho«m«*.
Rennerts*. Rralilso let
QUtrlsiS sod all lu*irAM* praptwty oo
Olla tfltilaDS
ol ourreol ritks.
Sperceotoff rales for OvunUy ResUencss
*!• UUn Windows losirei.
RtNTs—losuraaceenseisd for securing lodetr
niiy for tbe Lest ol real n cam of b't.
Lotsoh by Llgtuoiog sr* Mads Good by tb*
Office,
v^««
TRINIDAD.
In the Buprecue Court of Trinidad aud
Tobago.
No 113 of 1912.
Between
Marie Noel Massy—PJaiutiiT
and
Isabella AguUlena, Mary Doyle, Law*
rence Massy. Margaret daSilva,
Fermina La Kose, and the Aduim<
lstrator Geoeral—Defendants.
PUULICNOTICir is hereby giren that
an setion bas been commenced
between lhe patties herein whereby
the plaintiff as tbe Lawful Widow and
relict of Krneit Massy late of tbe Ward
r f Aritna Proprietor claims a Grant to
loberas such of Letters of dminis*
i ration in Holemn Form of law to the
estate of tbe said Ernest Messy who
died on the 21st day of November 1897
lotestate leaving the Plaintiff his Law¬
ful Widow aud Ilelict biin surviving
the first five named defendants being
-bis heirs at law aud (bat the said ac¬
tion has been set down for trial on
Monday the 6th day of May 1912.
Dateuiuis 27th nay of April 1912.
U, A. FITZWILLIAM,
Plaintiff,* Solilltor,
No. 21 8t. Vincent Street, Puit*of*
8 pain.
INCOME la tato . . . .
FUNUS, jtsi Dtnnkr 191a „
. ZI.67IHH7
... AIM,737
A teat
Tooldid & Tcba«o W. L REID
Telephone Nn 170.
SubAgeot—Port ofV«<© JAME8 MILLER
da. 2>*a Fsrsiudo ,L. W tJONYUN
The Pleasuresof Yaohting
THE MOST MODERN LAUNCH IN
THE HARBOUR-
SOW i'OltSALV
IDEAL’
T
111! owner
neea]it u ruuioimL
i-i jirennrt
ruuioimLle
olll-r.
Her Hjieal in nlremly jirovuu,
her maiden »o)»{;e «in done
from File I «land* to I’ort-of-
Kpain in 1)5 niiiniloM.
at this, ollico lor fur
liter particulars.
April anih—
Diogo Martin Local Road
o A UiaUve for rhlldreu and females, pleasant U> Ukf
At pa bo â–  Pvloa 1/0
f. ^WlAllMAGY Belmont, aoilTbeKavouHta Fbaruiity up(to*
site Wash Uouee Bridge,
'LY0U ARE ENGAWJi’i)
1 -PXfcJEl-y 3pxT^S-23 FBimBlDI 8TBIIXI
íil í eí.^00? * Wtdcwu, -.bicb chova ■ pictui* of a CUcnood tb,
v ‘'¡®om,°dTo Bub uobt and clIjt gat a mor. llttlo twinkle
»w>*J raluodad If quAily U rol u guanntood.
SEE WHAT YOU BUY
UOAItU
nSTOTZOE.
N aooMtlaiMM with sevtluii tf| of tbe
. Hoads C/iiliuauo# No. ‘JO a bye
cJeeUon ©f ttw above Boa id will lake
ulase at the Warden Office, Mucui*|mj
«mi Thurfeday, Ike Dtb May 1911 be*
tween the hours *>f 1! a.iu. and tfp.ru..
/or the purpoae ef filling tbe aeat ©I a
uiembec wbe bae reelgned.
Caadklataa for ©JeHkKi umu4 give at
least seven efaar daye settee (0 wilting
tn the ObairiBao tdsrs the day af
aleeMon-
II. U. ILKi,
ObalrwAQ,
IHvgo Martin Local Head Heard
The Board of Industrial
¡Training.
TECHNICAL CLASSES-
fpUE Teclmh’s) t las-«ee coiuiie te 1 by
J the Hoard at the Victotia Inki titte
will begin a new term oh 15 h May
next, bubjects Fairlery, lbactioal
IVorkshop, Diawlng, Huginveting,
Workshop IVactloe, Tyj>ograpby.
Hook binning, Rhipwngbts' Work,
(Uoat-buildiug) and Woikukop Arlth*
metic, Fees : None charged to ILgis-
tered Apprentices j Artisans silty cents
per term, or 61.50 a suasion, each
subject. — ■
CKnTIFICATES OF KFF1CIKNCV
These are now only granted after
examinations which ait* held in Janu¬
ary and July of each year. Ike next
examination will bo held in Hotter-
Spain in July.
For further particulars apply to
T. D. JACKSUN,
Secretary,
Government HuilJings,
Port-of-Hitaio.
April 2fftb.
Suitable
far pHvtUr
Clubs, &c
families
I'KIUBS ovI’fU'tJanON
to
Si, II
Foie Agon s, TnmdaJ
Dec 2ml 1911
miltvt NDBUSJirXEO lags Injoffpc Ilia
1 M.itiuvs totlu j.ül/li. hh Cumntlsslon
Agent and Luhuuiot of IKil.tHof JUnts ia
the toan of l*«»r( of 8palo. Jib long
experience ©f the couiriuinU) aod his
mtaklialind iittugrily aiv in hufw«, guaran'
Uw of th© faithful lilscharge of aay
iruat which may be lonfided to ills ©are
lie can bo <<>niuiiinbat«ri nlth by \boss
deuirlug his MsrviLss» at No. 10 Nelaw
Street ur In klud 1 tie of It. Lyneh Heq
Manager I os IIouhv Hotel ©f this Oily.
K. 1AUV.
April 2nd—I
Many |>aUnt uwdieiaes have eosas
aod gutw, but Htckle'u AntHfeasuoip-
Uvsayrupeautíttuoa tooeoupy a fore-
umM waoa among rwmedWa for aougb
askd coU*. and as a prsvsuUvs of dsoar
©f the ItHtr*. Ill* a sUadasd msdj.
Mo« thst wldse# lU »fWs of issoftli*
LANCASHIRE
INSURANCE COMPANY
EIRE & LIFE,
m>w MKHasn is tun
Royal Insurance Co., Ud,
Funds Exceeds ... £12,00(1,000.
INSURANCES vffec éd agalnet loss
X or damage by Fira ou LLi-llioga
amloontsots of Warrhnuass. Odloue,
bbopaand btor# Freutisea end IMvate
Dwcliings at moderate prues.
PROMPT AND EQUITABLE SETTLE]
KENT OF LOSSES.
Ayinti.
SMITH BROS & CO
Tb« nonauMa
i'orUof-Hpam Ttlnidad.
ICEjOUSE.
Just Received,
Fhivii t!oU
,, Uwltlock
%, IlkMler,
„ Kl|ii*>r»
,, lluller
Midgot Chooao,
Ctiwldar CImmm
lluquefurt du.
Dovotwhire Crwuu
CñOHÉY & CO,
Dentistry.
JDJl C F’GLA RKE
1 vKADUAlK of Howard Uulvereity
U.8.A. SiHge.mJ>«nii*t, (J.lloe 107
Duke bt. bt*iwt*«*ri Pembroke & Aber¬
crombie H**—7/4/11
HANFORD’S
BALSAM OF MYBRH
AN ICXTEHNAl llEUEUV
ron* nxA9f As ubaht
>Ve guarantee it to beat
after all else M's
ItKsaovBfi Proud floeb
It prfiTonts Brangena,
It Cioant Ola Eorse.
And Dwlo rflea.
It kc*4e all ftesh wovndi aud |wtua oa I
betaan tysUwor Gums l a A..malf,
It Oiix***m *P2x«
f3»w«I Oca swobs
<*t’AHANTKED IO GIVE 84TMK,
T«UX OK CU8T VOU NOIUING
A SMITH Ituos. AGO
TCTJECTO X.O2WJ0SO3W
ELECTRIC THEATRE.
WOODBROOK, rORI'-OF-SBAIN
THE 11 vitoyx ,U0.
Manaovk ...
> Q. BUIKFUirr,
, gKCiJ
PROGRAMME:
Monday,' Tuesday .'Wednesday
1st May
-29th
30th
HOY O’MOltH.
»
Calino an an Operator.
Current KwniK
ltoliv aa un Apache.
T«o Orplmui.
i’oola Ifoml's Heel!*.
Current Events.
1. l-'ootliall—IjoiuIuii-
I'rnnco.
2. fhccpIcclia-Mtig.
3. SliuIcnt’H flag.
4. Hla-ting Operatioiia—
Clill Hill.
ziycSTrinsnEiES
Wednesday, Saturday & Sunday at 4 p.tn.
usum. popula it Pit tens
skats -
Sc., Utc., ‘~4c.
1‘ttic.
atSOUULKTTB UllOOOL AT)H
3
2 piNwr cocoa.
> nouuurn:
SOTJBJjETTB
FUllBHT CIIUCHJLAVH,
OOUOA. O
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XgíoUHLKTTK O lOOOLJ VVI. — 80 T fi L^K T T H COCOA
LABOURERS WANTED.
APriV TO
Gittons’ Carriaffo Factory.
TKAOAKKTK HO\D
Pitaña* SQ Ü
THE
UNIVERSAL BEVERAGE,
“TJ. SZ. TEA
As Usod by Royalty.
WK have Just opened up • u rtbsr mi-ju* of this ’1KA and would advlstf
all thues who have no led sain « 0* isvo without fail
I lb. Packages 3J osota. » IU l\»o«*g oeuts 3 0». I’ackeges 8 cents.
At MEDICAL HALL, Limited,
QEORGB VRftbKI.l.Ká—General Manager.
DENTISTRY
Du. 11. w7 LYNCH
GOLD U*)dlil »«4 D«ucoaat©«tor of
Uebirrj iVnUt Cwllere. U.i.A., 27
KswJvrikSi. AUhtaaebesal Upti-d*t*
DKNTl8tHY *»raei4r*l a aad-tre p»l.
•fp'wst laveUr h**os‘-Ph«as 38 -Ne*
91 -h-iVD.
ENGLISH
Fred. Jco. MUt'on
COMMIT ION AND SlflPPISa
AO ENTS
uovernment Auctioneers
LeranuBUKti buk
&oi*\Agmtt
CHARLES HEIDSEIOK CHAMPAGNE
Malm»,
JJy Royal Warratto I1.M.8. King
Uesrgu V.
lAytut*
Atlai rira A>surai58 Cornpatir. Ltd
IlMTAUUllUIl l«H.
Prepared to accept risks of all deacrii**
lion uf pro|«rly aod contents In town
and country at current rites.
Muino Insuranco Co., Ltd.
Xiotxaox
Kstauxjsuco m ,£
im.
FOR SALE*
• Iki Urmr *e lime beau fur-
witnlcil. ’
1 sat HIM 11,K IIAUMjHH.
I du. Double llariieM for
l-I.S pouitw.
TImmo -two HeU «ill b, din-
{Mwad uf ut luvoit-e (.'out*,
lawilMS* SwmS*4Q*
«mwtefe«wM.
Apri me uu
Offloc12, bt Vincent Street
l-illir-OKJU*AI«
TillMUAI) AMI. roaAQu
It Uw Mepftttte Unit,
'!'«*# KvgUtty ak Pwri-el-huaU.
Is thf mat ee ©( the £fe ate ©I Jalea Jwsih
late el tbs Town ol Hta PwmihÍ »
T B‘wkb— H ■erased.
PUBLIC NDTlt-KUherety gives tbit
J-©pylr,iua bss beea mads to ns by
VtrgtaU Aogiwtita Joseph ©I the l*»a
• f kUa Fevsae^o la tbs Island U TdeWsd
*Wsw(*raG*s»»ul PreWlsef tbs wi i
tMiivgiklilbs 1«S dsy ©I A*gu*t IV i
«4 Jetes Js**|dt Uls of tbs Teen of Ms i
JViaadSiTiwslit, dswaiwd who dl« oaiU^dssy of Aitgusl IMI bavteg *i
lbs Maas of ht* death s fit si blare ol
abadane Mediae hues! Is the »*W Tewu
of Km Ksensetfo U>s a«Ul VlrglsU Asga»
a J Bank befng the perwa ssmd fa thr
íé ardí fes sole Knetesrix iLeveef.
Asi Ne íes u «Im» álveo that tí ou
aava«i la lodgsd UfwvatU eiffrati a af
fensaff *afgbl day* ham the dais af the
M'dieetfa» «I ilk uaOss the Cush wtU
fruté •• Ian Fivtssss el k*s asU *ul
TH1NIDAD and TOUAUO.
Ju lbs Haprvtns Court.
Is the natter of the U*tais of AUxaodir
C*detr, Isis of tbs Ward ©f Maosa*
tUU, plsatcr—deceased.
pUUUC NOTICkTv hereby glvso that
L Bjillriiutou hat b¿ea nsds to res by
i.niuteuvl Kgberk L*wr*ooa aod Joseph
Lwteics, of tbe Ward ©Í MaoxsaUU la
lb«l>l«od of Irtntdn*, plaaten, fora
great of AdnleUlretlioa «Uh Ue WiU
aossicd ol lbs sstfetsof Atsxsudsr Osditt
, Jets of tbs said Ward ot ^Mauiaol'la la
, tlis s *11 hlatH, a ho died on the V8 b day
1 if Ptbiatiy 1911, baring at tfcslloiaol
iua drntb a place of abode in tbs
•«id Ward of M»eiuilli, tb* uid Ea*
luaoael Kjkert Ltvuccs sud Joseph
Lawrsoo* being two of tbs dsvUeee samad
tn tbs fe*U Will, tb* sstd dscssfecd bav*
log emitted to appoiat so cxeookor. Aad
Notks it also given that if ao ranal Is
UmIkmI l«fei# tteaipirauoa of tw*nky<
eight dsy* f 1 o4(i tbs date of tbs pstiiea*
|toa of (hw Notice, tbs Coarl will proofed
to graut wtlb tbs WUI aaasxad accord*
1 «'y-
Dated this Huh dsy of May 1911
T A. TIIOUPtfUN.
MsyUitar.
NATIONAL
flssuranco Company
Of IRBLASU.
Mtirgid in thi Torkihlra Firs ud
Life Insumes Compiny.
Xlatab llalLad 1034,
«UiWCUIUKJl CAPITAL t &UUQUO
AIX'UMULATKUFUNDM-
- . l.&JLVJUQ
UaRd OAXlo^i
St. Helene Square, York. England,
pHBPAHItÜ to UMH r^ks of all
1 a—4{.lu, ct wren. *«i w.
- law* Hi m*mf, IwiuiSu
rHBVwwonr.
A#**^

â– i y ilip^m
THE 1‘OÍITOF-SPATN GAZETTE W EDGES'"'\Y 1 *912
TOUR WITH THE COVERHOR.
THE ORINOCO AND
TRIBUTARIES.
THE ENCIIANT1XG SCENERY.
THE
“DELTA’S" VOYACE TO AND FROM
CIUDAD BOLIVAR AND IMATACA.
VENEZUELAN HOSPITALITY.
Havim* heard oo much about tho
tnlgbly '* Orinoco" it did not route a* a
•urpiNe to llnd that ite majsaty and
attractive beauty have In no way
been exaggerated. I wa« glad to liave
•eea a piare about which 1 was t.»W
•o much, and 1 can now aaevrt without
tear of ooutradicUon that Ua novelty
and beauty is only surpassed be the
hospitality of its people who*» admir¬
able qualities cannot be too highly
praised,
In orden that the party should have ,
an opportunity of en/oylug the scenery
In the Atáctico channel, It had been,
previously arranged that the Delta
would arrive at the mouth of the river
at daylight on hunday. Accordingly
during the early morning, on hearing
where we were, all hands assembled
on deck to catch a lint glimpse of the
river and the country suriouudiiig it,
Justas the last stars were gUmuieiing
n the heavens. Tbe voyage from
Triuidad the previous nighU]atihoug1i
by no means a rough one, was nevo-
tóeles*, not altogether ideal. A con¬
siderable sea was running in the Ser-<
pent's Mouth and this naturally pte*
vented one fiom sleeping, Happily,
however, this changed to an absolute
calm when once we hod |iassed the
bocas. Ihetnotning was delightfully
floe with a dear sky.out of which the
•tors jieepwt laxity giving the musky
waters around a phoaphoji-aceut line.
The eceue that piesuited itself heie
after the long balmy night fiom Foit-
Of-Bpain was Ueautitul oeyonit
tloo. The green prmurvul wildneis of
the bu*h and foliage at the mouth of
the river, contrasted strangely with
tbe muddy water as the latter stained
the violet of the tiopic sea for several
tulles around. No uOnl-pictme heiu
cau adequately dettcuiie the lovely and
changing scenery as tin Delta cai tied
us into the sylvan imesses. Naluie
both in Its scenic grandeur and a bund*
anee of resource Uy before us, extend-
Ingas far As the eye could see. Hie liv¬
er being veiy low—the lowest tecurded
within the past eighteen yeais—the
iMUa was conijieltad uiriawl slowly
up hugging Ihu verdure «tod ish U all
the while, so closely that tint could al
most discern tin* bright and nut- ilium-
age of the bird-*, the profu-. on ot wtmh
excited wnndet ami aaimiaUou Iron»
those on board, {soundings weir
taken fiei|uently an the steamer slid
carefully up the winding and natmw
passage, uer poddies making tbe
water even more inky than brfoie.
Already,*as we gase in Hunt, the lumd
f oes back to the name of eir Walter
taleigh whose search for the famous
*• hi Dorado” will remain connected
with Uiose waters as long as j>ostuity
lasts. Alieady, some ol the luliabn-
anls of the Oiim*. fowls, eiectiic eels and alUgators with
which this livei loetus, now Ltremue
ktsible, a watei snake as it to welconu
u» comes swimming towards IheDii/u
aud dlsapiwaiv as mysteriously os In
came as it disgusted at our impoilou*
Ity. Alter several hours steamiug, we
reached au ludían settlement oh the
11ver, —about 7o miles iiomits mouth-
called ** Los Indios, ’ Here the Delta
uiads a stop as Is her wont. Canosa
of Indians or Uuarajoous as Lhsy aie
aomeliiues styled, came alongside the
Steamer Imaging with them tats hi ids
d the region (Moriches) in small
basket* weaved of |>alm. Very
lateiesling was the lirst *ghmp»e ol
these people tbs direct descendants ol
A brave and waiirke race who oilginal
Jy Inhabited the country, I he novel
sight of thosed^sky matutee natural¬
ly caused the camera devotees on
boaid to take snap shots of them lb
their boats and ou tbs steamer's laddei
AS they cams up to dispose of then
ware*. Tne men oat iu their small
boats mads fioiu tbs truuk of Uses, tu
AO almost nude condition and with
only a cloth wiapped about their loius.
Tbs women's dress consisted sfdely ol
ousgaruisut which they coniilvtsi to
• arraugs not in a graceful, But in a
supremely modest luanuer, This tribe
of aboiigmal Caiihs stiil lingers along
lbs banks of the Oiiuoco tetaiulng lb»
old look and the oldlangoagt, and, ex¬
cept for the canuibahsin, leumins
tbelr old baUu. 'Ibey aie shll
/ol in fishing, buut mg, basket
making aud utbei < mi jus ait*
AJue of these the Cactus or queen ol
lbs tribs came on board with tw«
^•uiorlcbes'’ aud obtained a ready sale
tbe Couiuiauder baptam David Lo|wt
having bought thsui as pteaenU loi
Alisan. 1a* lluuleAud Mis. liuddaiu
WbetbaiU. Alter sxcbaogiog a few
woids with Uolouel Bwaln who seem*
to have some koowlsdge of the distad,
aba returned to her canoe aud staiteu
to pull shot swards. For some distant«
Aflei wards, these haif-naked aod de
JecUd Mks were ebtiouoteied. Tliey
secui to live a merry life in huts bum
of palm leave# (adjoupesl along lb*
tanks of lUsuvsr.'kou can disliogulab
them at a glauca by their laWny com-
pWxhMi aud pad'iulf Uiodest visage ,
tossy nothing of then nouiadu dress»
fedfeqb«ad baimtesa, llt.> pies thaoitsel wsavieg boskvta ami otiwi
prsity things from iht stniwot lb»
bruma Lavas. As Jolly huméis they
XI» good shots with bow aud auow
And can also luabufavtur* kaumiov k»
of any deslge. Their gonueuta. boat
and adjoupa are all their worldly good*
and the/aie ready W do oluaot au>
Lhiogdu return foi a few UstuiU ut a
plat* of cloth. 1 he river give* them
•nough flak, for tbelr faiuiHee they
liave giMiul piovisuMM and verily
most have an «ta»y l)U\ owiu|^iuOdng
fiom ihe vicinity of the And** Dearly
* I fu
I:;1
bninday (¿1st) tbe air was in»
, t< nsely hot and it wae with difficulty
one was able to remain on deck'
However, after nightfall, tbs tern*
jwring breeze from the surround*
mg verdure was, very refreshing.
Home of the (tarty on board the
Delta indulged in shooting birds
and alligators along the bank
<>f the liver. The s.s. Apuré
pasted us at about 2 p.m., on her way
up to Trinidad with cattle and over
AJ),IWI) Iu raw gold extracted from the
1 ith mines at LI Callao. A miner on
imard by tbe name of (Jabino Franco
alone told £10LtJUUin gold onggets early
this month and was proceeding
to be a veritable Ws. meie noth
tngoess of human eslsteare was amply
demonstrated by tbe Imposing gran¬
dest that met the eye on every aide,
¿tarantas, famous for Its cattle was
reached nt 115 ani oh Monday,
TfTICf I Adjoining this place is a village catira
i X O I K1 Baladero where there are now erect*
1 IngA modera factory for pre|>aring beef
extracta, canned lueale and lasrajo.
The Uoveroor bad received an invita*
tlon from the manager Mr. Max Duds
to visit this place on his way down
and as a result of which a feeble effort
will be made later on to desetibo the
place and also the rmaua vptmndi,
1 &é scenery on the river offer t his v
much the same until abofó 4.1X) a_.
when we Arrived at *LJx>* Castillos"
(tbe castlee or forts) commanding the
advance on Ihe river to the city of
Ciudad Rollvar For the purpose for
which they wsie intended, no better
situation could have been chosen
staodlng as they do at the head of •
bend in the nver on a codícaI shaped
hill. Half a battalion of soldiers
(about 1ÃœU men) msDned the guns and
there is direct communication to
Holivar and oilier Venezuelan cities by
means of a telegraph station, the veiy
first of Us k lid to be se»n on the
(hinoco liver It was with souie
degree of eatisfsLtlon that we inhaled
the pure air as we passed this place
the guos of which seemed ready l«
deal out death ana destiuo’ion on
every hand v stop was ma>ie al
“Los Cactiboa” and telegianis (al*
ready publta c>i) sent by llis Bice)-
lency the (imermi al whose dia*
poOal all the telegraph oRlo-s had
been placed
San Felix was the next station reach*
ed on the liver after passing Low Cas¬
tillos an J bet e (at 7 «10a.in.) tbe JjritUli
Vice-Consul Mr. Kdwatdo Matklson
this month and was proceeding on tó I brought tl>© fullnwlng reply to the
inmdad. Ibis lucky feibw, U is said, I uiesaagesen' by llis Excellency to the
round a pocket in tbe mine at El 1 *•— ,J — * ** •’— - * -
Callao, He gave away some of the
dirt and in this another person is stat-
d to have got about 9 Mi) in gold.
Hut thin is not to be wondered at wheo
His said that the Callao mine yields
more than ten times the gold produced
I y any other mine including
«vin trie fathous Bouth African
Helds. It is believed by some that
(he vein discovered some years ago
which mado the place famoueand then
ditapjwaied mysteriously, has agaip
put m its apitearance. iJut to return
loiheDe/hs and the scenery on the
uver, verily no ajioJogy It needed for
tins on Acioiint ol its luscious beauty
vjt>lne«a and relióse. The palm known
i-. Hie M01 iche flour Ulies all around the
umte one |H-netrates into the stream.
> liomburgh describes them as grow*
mg iu (tie MountaiifS of Uuayana up
t«> an altitude of AIM) feet, life loose
M-il in which it lives is of a dark brown
colour and the fruit floats around to
luLleii the monkeys and the parrots as
aellas the (Jutioco Iridiaos among
1‘reddeat of Bolivar at Los CastUloe
Bolivar, April 22.
Ills Kxrwllenry Sir Oeorge^ lk^Ls liante.
and *1 ..
moat attenti»cb to your salutations
and that of the honoursbiy party that
accompanies you. I wish you a happy
trip to this city where you are awaited
with anxiety aud impatience.
Louis Godot.
President of Dolhar.
The foyage from Ban Felix to Ciudad
Bolivar a dis’ame of 40 miles was
lull of interest aud tbe scenery which
al the beginning of the voyage was
good,now becauit. positively dazzling.
1 lie sun shone down fiom the very
zenith of his glory as we sat that after*
noon on deck and gazed away into
lire pate blue skies. Aliaatois swarm
ed on the sandbanks and the Utdt in
their loidly flight passed by. We did
n did we see any ciocrodile or Jaguars
all common enough ill the marshes ou
both sides of the rivet. However, the
birds sang merrily keeping up a con-
meotsd shmsside iheqwav ease gaily
denotata) with flags and banting, and
w huru according to HurulioIUt they ore I cert on the one band a’nduntlie other
considered sacred. Ihey give the I ,-ould be seen alligators basking in
«jinqsjoons a saf^dwelling during tbe Klip sunshine on tbe banks of tbe
i iMiigs of the Oruioco and also> furnish | Hrer. *
liieiu with food and materials for
Hammocks, in the coutee of depicting
he»e people a writer once said “it
incurious to observe in the lowest
â– icgiee of human civilization the exist*
t u< i <>t h wtiole tilla1 depending on one
• ingle sjuMieof |>a)m tree similar to
tioseiiisicia wliicti feed on one and
(in-same flower or on une and the
•uiue jieitof a plant.” There are trees
line w inch aie of a ti uly nuble nature
and all ure useful to the lously dwelU-i*
on the liver, whose race although
uow practically ou the vejgo of extluc*
it have been conquerors ages since
ec«u though theirs were selfish aud
«I uc st ioliable means. Hut their descend*
anís, vucuie in their own power over
ih« 11st of inhabitants of the great
met, uauatTmdto be generous-and
dhow a veritable world ot animals aud
íi.hLuj nestle in their quarters, an*
rum 1 woild to fallen rouud their feet
U would seem that!-*
) lie> always miud iLeir own strain
ji sirairs.
1 ijougb look deprsassd and blighted ,
”toot"
luu doves Just round about them
Aud the monkeys dance delighted,
tilhepaity on board the Delia was
indeed a happy one, Ibere was no
such motto as “Everyone for himself
aud .llis Devil Lake tbs hindmost"
svUicd is very often the truth on such
occasion*. We hod a ttohle Captain,
polite Uflicers and in fact everybody
101 the time being al least tiled to
make each other happy. After a few
•mies steaming ws reached a small
»iitags called La Pastora situated
«üuut 1UU miles fiom tbs mouth rf the
tivcr, which although veiy wide at
ibis point was nevertheless veiy
shallow insouiucb that al one Urns ws
thought that tho Delta bad dragged
tbs sand, but this idea was toon dls*
(H-lled, ’ihe enormous sand-bauks
winch foi ui the happy bunliug gummi
«i this season for the aIJigatois and
1 rouxiiles m>w became visible and
.iiimc of ihs»iuonslm weie shot fiom
mi boatd only to toll backward into
in-ir eleiuentand there meet an ioglori-
•» u tinisli. A little before La Pastoia
«us leaclied at about d "p.iu, we
•aw a vviy putty chapel over-
king the bauks of the liver
ailed *,ahl Nino Aparacidea" nn
accuuni or (he tact that a «mall image
wasiiiMovt-ied tbeie some lime ago.
. be iuhabitauU, it is smecL vvere not
Uts pc-uplo to allow this ouieu to pa*»
juuoiiced, so they bollt a hills church
>ud a pistty village aptuug up. The
lieople bad gathemlon the bank aud
«« ilia Delia liaised by with decoia
ions iioiu stem to stem, they lealised
bat somslbiug im(Miitant was oo aqd
>u waved lepeatedly to us* *lbe water
«fLa-PasOna’ was about 5 feet below
tie usual level aud therefore Captain
loqiez tin louuuander of lbs Delta
vw«ly elected to (mss the night here
tbs aiM-bor was au-ordmgly lowered at
ou Buuday night with tbe river
larcely seven feel deep In IbU |4ace
vwey la tbe distance near La Pastora
tie k)gh«stroui lUsiitUe ad joupat could
»e plainly seeu an*| ibis coupled with
1 tie tact inat tbe |wo(4s Ivsis uvs a |mu
toiai life brought fmeUdy before the
wuiei’s mind’s eye lite words of John
Millón tbal
Evsi> siiefdieid telle hie tale,
l mler tin bawtboru in tbe dale
tom* utitreeliog stories aUxit the
•tabiU sod cusloiu of these Indians
w« re teiatal oa boa id to tbe wilier by
Mr. AuWntu Coiiti the genial-Cbiel
«toward if tbs »a JMk who about
veu years ago Uvaiabt om of tbs(r
ubU4e iu bis cabin to Triaidad. llow-
ohoitly after mid'day Colonel
‘twain struck a monster about 12 to
II feet in length and the reptile fell
into the water. We were now in the
vh iuity of the Banta Anna Cattle
much On tin» estate at the end of a
ptomontory th«-re is huge I eiba tree
wlihh selves llie traveller in good
tteadas a mat k to show that the dis¬
tance between Ban Felix and Bolivar
is half accomplished, This ceiba, a
ruefoiest(Jiant bland* aud cleaily
(gainst the sky on a beauti¬
ful landscapo in tbs river. It is
ei y gi and but the prevailing drought
seemed to have made it a mere sha¬
dow of its former self, There was
not a leaf on the tree and its mas* of
miadles and huge tresses of Hand*
iad vanished for the time. Han Felix,
might be staled, is tbe port to the
Yguiuai section which lorrnspaitof
lie Hlale of Dvhvar ‘1 he famous
,'allao mires aie situated some dit
lance iu tbe inlerioi of this place,
bich viewed fiom tbs ship resembled
. Boulb Afucamiillsge with its huge
wagons drawn by oxen. In tbe course
of conveiaaUou with Dr. Benjamin
Ualdo, the spedil rorrespoodeut of
• El Universal of Caracai,whowasalso
travelling in ihe loteiests of his paper,
I was infoi uieo that one of ths islaods
in tbestieaui had been handed over to
hiui by coucek*ion (or the purpose of
fainting. It is called Fajardo Utaud
aud ruughly â–ºpeaking is about U miles
long, fl b« " Della" piocceded onwaid*
at u s)>eed uf about it) knots aod at 1
p.ui. shvpA»tcd tbs historic wteckof
ths old “Bolivar’, The scree of be»
lecent uiisbsp was given a wid* t«itt»
mi this occasion by ibe 1 Della" as she
glided along iu m d-streaui. After
(uissiug Pámpana at jJ p,tn, ou Mon
day we ivached AngoituHU one of
the most dangerous patt* of ths river
on accouut of it* shallowness. Tbs
b< at was vei y oppressive uow and as a
I vault tlie pat ty deset ted lbs deck and
reliicd to their robins only to find
Liiat no ' siesta ’ was post! ble,
8oou after at abuut 3.ÃœU p in. tbe
Alianza” was seen approaching iu
(he dUtaiue ar.d naturally all eyes
wete nveied 011 her. Hie was beaoil-
luliy decorated With flags and had on
board the commiUcs appointed by the
President of Bolivar to receive the
UubeinatoHsl yarty. 'ibis committee
consisted of tho recretaiy of the Btate
uf Bolivar, Ueoeral Uribe, ths Jefó
Civil, Mr. Ciistiaoo Vicentiol.
and the President of the Municipal
( ouncii. Dr. Delgada The Bishop of
Bolivar, HL Her. Moosignor Duran,
Mr. Uobett llevderson and C. Il.de
LemuelUitiish < oiisulat Botivai) was
among those who came otf by the
* Alianza ” tu welcome the Governor
ou board the “ IMta." When thfry
had Joined U»» " Della ” all hands as¬
sembled In the saloon whets Intro-
ducliooa aod hsud shskiogs touk
p'aos Tlw Becielary (Jeoerai of Boll
var tlven deliveietf the folluwing
address in Bpaaish :
Viair Kscelleiicy, ladies aiul gen-
iWtusti As Be* rotary o| ilts StaUof
Bolivar 1 have the ixviuur along with
1 be Jefé l ivii and tbs President of
il*s Muuidpal Council to offer you a
hearty welcome ¿la ths tiauts os our
i'rwlqvol Dr. Lanía Ocaloy—a welcome
•uth as b* tits your bonourabis self
aud (Ih-fiaiiy that aueosupauies you.
t take much pleasure to iuforui you
that (he 1'ieeuieot of the Bute 'of
•imend iietohaUUaUai# bigii
aud haVlng»otLu-g U»fs*r. The world I ,-eer, It would Dot be poseltds wilMo
imI lie wife does out cuu«sru hue I be mimpass of U1I4kh^ft aitleie to is-
«itUer doeoutobsy or the <»*• oatd lab I (ate thsui, It U
(wither dee* money
of MÜ4M, lutrodi
,Ua*H. lutroduved auiong m * iwi >
takvad, the Beils» gUd*-d oitwaid m
of this 1 _
atkUaal tiofóoal suuilgbi 'ihesowiMi
«duivss* wlMoh-pisvaiiM) was U«>k* 1
Miylf tbs *u*r uf water a» it 1 ushsd
iloWBBs^witKUsf aod oaiio» *iuov.
mmu wiUi ItUrg** Infs aud bju
«yS|SSlut wUlctah*d^iubzb)y '
\ u their iwisiltiie
•Is short a
nilflrlsal
st/ieo?
to say that
. J « liriug they
we cotiuul with sVdost aaytbUg aud
er l«*au whso given an
as ths Delta lurnrcí*her bow shore-
wards, the people aaseiuWrd near tbe
landing place discharged
AU ths business houses la Bolivar
were closed. The buildings weie pro
fusely decorated with flags and tbe
people went wlhl with enthusiasm
A woman froto Trinidad eager Ip ihovr
her loyal- j hustled Into tbe crowd
about oil) strong with a baby In her
her arms coveted with the Lnioo
Jack.
The Customs Oflidale dressed ia
full unifotm and the port doctor
cat^o on board btioginga selection of
fins flowers In-a usy, These they
presented to the ladles on the Delta.
Mr. Robert Henderson sent a beauti¬
fully iced cake of 1 is layers for Mies
Edaha Le Ilunte. A guard of
honour consisting of 18 men under the
command of General Rafael Reyes
(chief of Pol Ice 1 Wasdrawn up' to
receive the Governor who landed
•hoitly after 5 p.tn in his eastern
unifotm aud drove to the residsnee of
tbe President accompanied by his
secretaries Capisio- A. B lloolon
and Boddani-\Vh* lhaiu. The- last
Darned gendeiuen together with
Colonel Bwalii also wore ths-ir uni*
fl-HUS.
Ou arrlfiug at the Pie«M»ni’»
house tbs band of tli*- nulitia struck
up the catlonat amheui from tbe
couttyard uf the b iMI-.g. Aftrr the
liitlinluillou had *-e*-u iumüs Di. Lui*
Ooitoy ths Piwiduot of Utv -tatc of
Uuayana addiessi* g tbs Governoi
said s
“Excelentismo Bertor George Lo
Ilunte, Gobeintdor de la Isla do
"'linidad :
HI l'rcsidcnte de los F>tád<»s Unidos
de Venezuela, estA muy contento de
vuestra visita it esta reglón de la
República, como también de la del
honorable acompañamiento que traéis,
de tal manera que con an ti pación me
dirigió, uoa expresiva comunlration en
que me encarga tnanifeslAronlrk Asi.
pues, vos, seuor, y vuestra distinguida
coiftUiva, sc-iClt» tecibidus con euteia
cordialidad por el Gobierno y los
habitantes de esta localidad, y e*>(iei
que os encontréis en ella como n
vuestra propia casa, si no con
abundan.us comodidades si con ei
alecto con que se trata A un pu*bi<>
culto y amigo, como lo es es a ciudad
tan ioliiuainents ligada con voe-tia
vt-tinaTnnidad, cuyas familias esiao
cuidas por umb de un viuculo con
das nuestras, ’
Iu tlu course of his leply Hi* Excel¬
lency sail} be was veiy thankful fur
(he kind invitation bu had it-t-eUtd
from tbe Pivsldent to visit the 1 tly of
Bolivar, lie had been lookiog for¬
ward lo this tri^i with very much
pleasuie accomplished a longtheiish-
rd hope, lie was indeed glad tu say
that the relations between Tilnidad
and Venezuela were very pleasant.
They are a great number of Vene
zoelans in Tunidad who weie most
excellent colonists and they were
always pleased to welcome them. A
numuer of VeuSsielau families came
and went. They bad a latge number
ber of splendid boys at (heLycee Frail¬
eáis in 'icmidad and on the occasion uf
the leiebiatiuu of the King’s Coronation
they ptesented a *{>evlal address to
Ills Majesty tbs Hi-k aud asked him
lo couvey tliesaiiie winch he liad mui h
pleasure iu aoing. He ueed- hardly
say how glad tie was to be in the
B ate of iiulivar whose beamy and
1 (chins* he had so of leu beard uf.
CtiaiiDuiog His Excellency said
Venezuelans aie very dear tu
and I hop# the good rela¬
tions betweeu us will continue
in tbs meantime tbs great pleasure
and graliiltallon and the wish 1 have
cherished have at last been accoru-
pislud.
At the teiuiinaliou of this function
the Governor was suown the house
piepaied for him duung hi» slay iu
Uudud Bolivai.
'ihe visit was u.-und the same
evening 01» board iht- ‘ Diita ’ by Dr,
Lvls Uodoy aicouipanred oy tiisofllceis
Duung the evtlimg lbs Uubsinatoiial
paity Visited the Pinza Bolivar |u
which a magnlHceui di»pUy*of Hie-
works was can led out aud tbs baud
played soiue lively tunes. This was
indeed a titling climax -o the Hist
day’s reception in uie city of Bolivar.
•UfwasittaL awd ksd a very fend iltedfon
';5™rr',7iÍB rtlNBHAt , _
IM. [Me. TMÍMÍ.T. -t AV
fCir.t.'oíí.rirN.-'Tten. I1m C«iim A.
lNnobmi.) Í¿A. oflW.wJ -J»
view which was choral, and inm was
Wlsopresent Itav 11. A- Mclvllts, vicat of
6u Jlsrgarvta Chard», Ddmont. An
escort of ths mounted OpndAbuUry, in
charge ef fleb Inspector Cavsnsagh, pre
ceded the hearse to and from the Chiirrh
whiBta oarobrr of 1 oltco'Constables
guarded the eniraoce to (be Church. Die
prlnc(p«il mourner vaa Miss Quita metL
The Interment took plate in ths fvmlJy
vault at the t UpeTTOüaefemetarr.
Tbe hearers were llowu R Ü. Bush*, and
Auther Warner, Mr* W. Gordon Gordon,
Mr. Bony Hmkh. and Mr. Joseph Bel*
Her, and Mr. W. Montgomery Gordon .
amongst others who attended ws noticed
Hlshxrellency ths Governor Sir Gsom
K. UIIa«.*-UhOS|iajillo«o»AiaO
' , Laoi
1 Fonoarables S. ^ .
ootL U Slyne, Dr. & M. Laorence, !!.
Aloaxar, W.l. Ksv, Lieut Colonel G, D.
L. Swain, and Sir 0-Townsend Fenwick
Lieut Colonel It. 8 Marshall. Sir A. Van
I ueic tmilih. C-I and -lueticc* ***.A
Swan, and A. D. Bussell, IBs \\orsblp
Pr E Blackauod Wright, Messrs III
htiHggs E. ( lareiH-e Itosa James Nor
man. Edain Wilson, John » Boon, C, W.
S.OOH, Gordon Smith, T GeildeaGrant,
Alex tVaser, Kdgar filpp l*«ul H.«ches
»er, Alir.-do beigert. .1 Janjlne J. r.
Stilazar. C. DttHfy, T Cummiog, Gustav
Prlne O K. L Oupp^. J, B.. Sellier, Dr.
THE LATE HONOURABLE %
U. L UlclT.
(JuevaiMslid iisioliaUtaaUai# bigh
IviWsMd will) ilw busour uwlriiid
upou Umtui by this visit. It is the
uaaunaou* wish that your stay
among** us (fill be an szUvuudy
io this
cJea-oot utu- m seery sei
bee ut If ui city of Bolivai which* is tbe
•w«ei seemksppisrwwm when give
.id «o»t otf gai monk or 4 lew WoculU
Ui« nai>ow h*r which tutm the La
’*•( -»i* pass was sruss«4 at T a mi. on
1 -H ‘WSxitiUúrvi >i(
Ur luaiu Mtw whin ^tum
Ú * > 1st
-ul mil
e rod Vs of (11 eat l otowUia
ilia Kkti’H« u«y theu tvpiu-d m suit
able let ids iu ills louise of
mat little s|h «h h aud ilw voyage
io Bolivar »» tasuuwd boi«iu«U wats
Keernl* d 11-tbe ladies by Ml HuU.
ndei .n At 18U put ou M «4»day
/AidRoU.^t aasisaiUrd. ihe «*.« as
was a veiy (iclMissq.is one. rout
sUamto 4,1 the Otiuuco CVuti>aof
Prins O K.L Gunp>. J. U. »euwr, Dr.
J. W E«iln, Dr i. Vr..lholm C.pt«ln
J II S.ondrrt. H,»'J lkiumr, Ch.rr ltr
Hum.. Uoffm.nn, ¿IAukd.I lloll.r,
Willi.iu scotl, Paul Dunior*,. J. Oleo
dlnnlnjr, A b. Crrlahton, U. II. Mrphrn.
John Gordon, V. MMrtrr.f, V>. I *JJrn,
A Huí, Sponer CUrk O. M.I>IUe, II.
.1. Vtrlra. JL lMrnu Me Krnilr. J. A.
Umi. Julian Ku-t. ". Prlnkln, A.
»alé™,an, J. D. l’earro, O. iehoener,
E. U. Clarke. J. N. Urierly, .7. liro.n
RJ. Alvea. laiul. lotlsa, and a number
otladSes. .
Amongst those who sent wreaths and
oiher floral trlbuleawer^ Mr and Mrs.
Heneaga lta<«a. Sister ol the Arlaplta
Asylum, Mrs Owen, Mrs and ths Misses
Kirion, The Oflloe Staff olGonion Great
& Co LM. J, F- Sellier, Mrs. W Gordon
Gonlon, Mr. and Mm. Alfredo Beigert
and family, Mrs. Hit Urda, Mr. and Mrs.
Atkiosou aud family. The Trinidad
Shipping and Trading Co. Ltd Dr. and
Mra Arthur Reid
THE GOMPLEAT GOBERNOR.
!==33|
ASTROLOGY. ,LEARN THE Fl
YOUR MARRIAOh DATE,
ASIUOLOQICALLY calculated 13 «tAmpi, Kuter. Intend»!.
II .Unma. or both together 28 iba in pa. Burinna «mJÍ*Í5
Legacl.., Health. Lor», Tall.nian Ilora.eopea, .to, clumlaSfcJ*
_ . rall.man. iiorucopea, etc. —
rirw. bT appolnlm.n t onljr. Bend Illrth Data and HUmpaJ i ... **-
Addres, •• ArrROLOOKR,' Mlránd» Hotel, rorU>f.g¡*ü«, AuJJJJ
lely.—May 1—lm.
loot—under County Inspector
‘ ‘ Birch o
DISTRICTtMffJ
Defort Ol* Ifontm Mr,
c. r
ihisriun, im,»??
A»Akí3L5SÍS23sSfa
tlfT for fd.70 and MeU.Bd®Ml*
1 TfnrietU Auguxtas vJwnka.
-Judgment for defendant*?? "
'id Thorns v ¿ g,
* 1
David , ^ „
Judgment for plalaiUf toe i
Baker and Sub-Inspectors Birch ond
Msnoiog bad little to do. All the spe¬
cial steamers, traios and motor bueei
run were largely patronised and from
rady morn the little town presented
quite a lively appearance. Visitors
came from all parts of lbs colony and
in the Orand Stand and paddock there
w*s a representative company of * out¬
siders.” Mr. T. Bennett's Band, which
were In uolfortu. discussed anjenter*
taining programme which added in Its
way toibesuscess of the meeting and
ofcoureto the eojoyment of these
present.
THE RACING.
At tbe eleventh I hour several borsee
which «ere entena did not put in an
arpearanre. There wete Midsummer,
Acetyllene, (Jay Lad and lledlight,
while a fifth—Mateppa—of wbem I
much was expected, though »Le arriv¬
ed went lame and consequently did '
not take patt In any of ber engage- j
meats. Beauty was also an absentee. Judgment for
The result was that in several eveots | Ij^Lumand Cb v^Dr^iiat.
only two horses were seen running. Judgment for plaloUff te'era
which made far rather tame racing, coau.
Nevertheless a few surprises coupled tjoodwllle and WHsoqLU ?IV i
Ith a few keen ond ex-iting flnlah^e l%oblnson—Adjourned eight vwu
ooaia.
John Maitland v 0. R.
Judgment for plaintiff os «WaV
19s. costs, Jqdgment for
counterclaim 10b. 4. and costa -
. NtWAcnovra
p.saii:aaj»ishaw.
The Receiver General v SG
charao-Judgment by eoofteiSl.
Quinkerlo U Mares vBmltkBni«
Judgment for defendant «rita «w.*
plus a big dividend at the •* pari"
t to plaintiff.
nne event made up for what was lack-
Idg in tbs rosnects already referred to, d 1i„k*nC0,tT* , .
and tbe crowd* Were content with the otainrHT for sin
'« Ñpi^Vüj¿OÍ,iSnk^
SIR WALTER KGERTO.VS VIEWS.
Tbe Honourable W. b. 1» Dyctt. pass-
w>l away at his nwldeuce ou Qucsus
Fark West yesterday luunUug having
lesu laid up for soma mouths. Mr.
D)*lt«a* esocntially amsuof figures,-
aud aaa cousequsuc*, ba< earned a wUle
reputailou aa * sound uuauiier. lis was
born in tbs iolaud of bi Kitts,
seventy years agd, aud for tuany
lears woz mauager of the Greuad*
orauch of lbs Colonial D»uk, which
oillos be vacated iu order (o Cake up a
kiuiiUr appoiutmeiil In ths filuidad
biauch. lo KATJ he left tbs Colonial
Uauk hers mod eueied iuu> ltartoersblp
(th lbs firm of Altfosni Gordon Uraut
Co. where he reuixiued for ss»ei*l
irs, and uotil he sveotually terired
kuu active buxlusM life Mr. DjeU was
highly respected amongst ail elasses iu
tbe community and his appointment to a
seat on the Lrgislativs Council was re
celvei with general approval. He was
• mail of few words, but a deep thinker
and especially oq matters ot floanos
where bis opiuumz eagerly sought altar
by hi* colleagues on theluauy Board*
aud Institutious with wbkh b# was as
sociated oa ivilrvuieul from business 11s
was s member st on# tima of
the College Council Board of
Education, Central Hoad Board,
Quaiauitue Authwtiy.aad Dortof Bpaiu
iowu iiwird. He was Citsitmaosf the
niuidad bucietv for ths Bravearte*) ef
cruelty to aalmais, aud was one of ths
three Ceunais»toner appoinud by ths
ouveruor, ou ths erigios) iseus at Gov
vruuieiti c orienty notes. Ha also sat
u the Cuutiuuuaioo uf luquliy mhus
rare ago luiulha aftaiiedfiby Frim-es
iown having* Bank frauds, lls took a
deep Inti-lust iu all lualtars that taSie
uuoer hta uouca as a public man, »ithough
swab iatMvstmight aever have beou ap
par eat fieui au urwtorial view poiuL Mr
UyeUt may truly be said to Ua«« been
on* nf those wen who talked UUie. hut
thought mush, aud bis rite expsrUuts
aud Judgment were iuvartaWy helpful
In tattling Uapertetat matterethat «Ml
ap foe nw sidarsiioo. At ths Izgltitur*
ba was gsesvsily looked upon a* tits
“ HsHdj rapreseatMi»»" apd his ah
sswps (iwii that laid/ ha* efum besa ds
plwcd by ths i*rssM»st sad bis soUeaguss
ua both sides,of tbs UWs, when Isepwr-
' ring floauss, wees
lliuggg
LUraa ms
Wood
Tvs u
Buqté. lis was charged with ths duties
uf tiiims# '*flbs teuHuIttes sppoiatsd
tu nualUsr Uw ynnsat purvhaas aod
as a smiud asauUsr lw w#uf thu»eu*h)y
lute ths *
stow el
blr Charles Lucas, K.C ti., K C M.G..
Eresided ever a uicstiug at tbe West India
ouimirtee Jtjoms on Mar h 2Mb when
Mi#s de Tbtarry «ead a paper on * borne
ianious West Indiana’ In opening the
ptooeedlngs he said (according to‘The
west, Ladra Committee Circular! It ia
my duty and my great pleasure to intro¬
duce to you formality tuts afternoon our
lecturer. Mia* d« Thierry i*£olng to read
a (taper on “home L atuous eat Indiana.
1 take ii that the famous West Indians
In title raae are the famous‘Went Indian.»
of (hepast, otherwise it might call to the
bium various gentlemen who are here
this afternoon, aod among, them I wrl
come, and I ask you to welcome, the new
Governor of British Guiana, Mr Walter
Ilgerton. (Applause) When l was In
the Colonial Oitfce, 1 In a sense watched
over btr Walters oflioial childhood, and I
saw in the hiai gladly and with
every confidence rise in that great ser
,-iice of tbe btralts bettlcments. from
which he went oo to be tbe euoceesful
Coventor of bouthern Nigetia, aud he
will bring to that great provinos, British
Guiana, *11 the elements that make for a
successful administrator. (Applause).
ABer the lectura was delivered, Sir
Owen Phillips moved a vote of thanks.
bir Waiter Egerton I am afraid I have
been a little humiliated by tbe most ia
teresling lecture that Miss de 7 Merry
has given us, because I sraa Governor,
and I thought that daring tbe coarse
of tbe lecture some Gove» nor possibly of
former time* plight have been mentioned,
and that I have listened to the
•be way in which be administered
bis colony, and that I might get some
guidance for my future work In tbe West
Bailee. (Laughter» It may, though, be a
very good thing that no Governor was
uiei tiuned, bec-tuse 1 think that that
colony is in tbe most bwaliby condition
w hers tbe ««overnor is really a very small
person and where tbs commercial and
plsniiog element are in ths ascendancy,
oecaubs It is at tbs beginning that the
Governor baa lo assixt, and as the colonies
become older, more openettup and devel¬
oped, the task of tbe tiovernor Is simply
to look on and see his fellow oountrymeu
dsv«.op and carry ou tbu commerce of the
country.
Retelling to tbe West Indies and fa
uiuus ueu who livsd there in former
litocs, as Miss ds Ibieory read her let
iur« a tma« occurisd to ms which might
have been mentioned, that of Mr. W. E.
Ul-vdetwns. Were not ble ancestors con.
•itusd with tbs West Indies I (blr
cholles Lucas! He «as charged to tbs
Huuoe with Lis lather having held slaves)»
Another reason which makes It plea*
sent to have listened to IbU lecture U
that w» wbo live abroad very often feel
ib*t mors Interest might be taken iu
Euglaodln Ihe colonies iu which «eJLe,
and it Is very pleasant to come here and
see this room crowded with people drawn
togtlber by tbe notice that a paper purely
ooucerulitg former famous West Indians
was to lie lead her*. I have very great
pleasure in seconding this vote of thanks,
and am sure that you will Join heartily
• aoooiduig Itto the lecturer. (AppUusei.
It is of luterest to note that iwfoie leav
tug lorUntUb GuUua,ths new Governor,
hli Walter Egerton. will attend a dinner
arranged to be líela in his honour by the
\\#at India Committee. Tbs *pt*thee
will be on matte»* of colonial Interest and
importance, eejx-c-iaUy that of developing
tbe colony by luesue of railway oonstruc
lion.
issl loss is valving
t^ra. lioiiflÉ. Ths
coastalswUcbMr. Oysk
miaasUy, was the «»Msr »• si Ths 1
brook Kaiaye by the Ltafts< 8«MÍa
was uhsfsj with the (
BERBICERACES.
UR. MASSIAH WINS RIVE IUCK8.
countin'CNUBATEN.
v many austfNTKtte iai'se k*Goft
HHLta
grumbling wa* hrard. The only re¬
grettable circumstance» if such it can
Be termed, was lbs decision of tbe
Judge in tbs final event o the pro¬
gramme when it was generally be¬
lieved that Reproach, which bad won
her previous engagements citolly and
cotnfortobly baa beaten Colioton,
Rut tbe •' learned Judge" decided lo
Colin nu’s favour» wbicb, of coune»
created a good dral of adverse com*
meat. One thing certain, tbe race
was a splendid one from start to finish
tbe tike of wbicb bat never before
been seen on the Derblce Race
course. The riding of both
Borde and* Bonner, wbo were
the re-tpertlve Jockeys, wras very much
admired, and they deserved the praise
th#y received. Io>«eraoi the turf wilt, of
course, extend tbelr sympathy to that
ardent sportsman—Mr. Thomas Flood
whose representatives, fur the first time,
since the Club started, were unsuccessful.
Both Vidus and Ral beck were beaten but
by no means disgraced in the two
thoroughbred events. Vidus, however,
gate Athlete a good running in the race
for tbe McConnell ~Cup, the Trinidad
horse winning just la Ins nick ot time.
The roeults of the races for thecreolea
being In almost every ran a certainty
coupled with the poor fields caused inuen
disappointment among punter*, but in the
thoroughbred races tbe keenest excite
meat and enthusiasm prevailed. Ooe of
these furnished the biggest surprise of tbe
day It was tbe Derbies Club Stakes, and
Appropriately the blue ribbon of the meet¬
ing, when Maid, who wax much despised,
won tbe event, thanks to Horde's clever
riding and judgment. Tbe IteUlng was
simply tn favour of Actress snd Vidus»
«the former securing tbe biggest patronage
at the '* ]>art.' Jn consequence the result
was the cause of the declaration of the
biggest dividend In tha day's racing.
$* U>1 being the amount paid out on every
five shilling ticket bought on Maid.
Another surprise was In the Juvenile
Handicap, which t'gly snatched from
Revenge which was heavily penalised on
account of winning tbe Maiden event.
Here again Horde’s clever riding played a
prominent part In tberesult. Dr. Masslah
was the moat successful owner and
deservedly so bis stables were credited
with five wins out of nine events. Collin-
ton got tbe biggest share of tbs pie, In¬
deed be was unbeaten, winning all three
of his engagements Maid andRgly were
each credited with a victory. TLe other
victories went to tbe “forelgnera,” He
proach winning two races, while Athlete
and llcvenge got one each. Tbs whole
results were satisfactory is from no other
standpoint (ban the fact that tbe bulk of
tbe prises were woo by sportsmen in ths
colony, wbicb goes to show the peopls of
British Guiana can bold their own from
the '‘Invasion" of cither Barbado* or
Trinidad.
_ THEFORCEO HANDICAP,
Three-quarter mile. Value f IW. Forced
to ail winners of creole races, and open to
alt creoles that bare raced at the
mealing. Entrance S10 with a sweep¬
stake of $3 p.p. 1st boras lo receive |1#)
and sweepstake ,2nd hone, f.K).
Dr. K b. Masatabslxg. Colin loa, 1(8
Ib. (Borde) . |
Mr. D. C, C, Da Costa e b m. Reproach
inib(Booner) t
Trainer of winner Mr. McLean.
Like heveral other events, a clrcum-
stancawhlch detracted considerably from
tbe Interest In the meeting, only a
couple cams out In the Forced Handicap,
tha lost «vent on tbs programme. These
were Ueproacb and Colinton. This was
the first meeting of the doughty 'rivals
and this, coupled with tbe handicapping,
Itaproatu having oonceded 3st to Colinton»
unusual Interest snd excitement pro
vailed In tbe race. From tbs public point They
of view Jleprotuli. despite tb< handicap,
was the favourite, aild the betting was
decidedly la tha big mare’s favour. Tbe
result of a fine fctait gavo Colinton a
•light lead which Borde took aU ad
vantage of. forcing the gelding as much
Lack st
i — • Npi«f» V ivugmr
by oonfessloo for lia.«Liad*
Dr. J. G. It. biegert aod I
Crawford Judgment by <
tie. 3d. and foetal 1
I»ew(s B. Clameot v Angutas U
—Judgment for defendant with ^
eluding el] witnesses.
Edward E. Larne v 7o*ta u
Judgment for plalotlff ig fl |
J. L. King and Co. vCyrQflo^A
tent fordefendantwith costa
rara
íL«¿IÜ
• uueatioti m4 aAvtasd Ih# lMUr
â– yrsfirfMw.iastt
Ulnrioiu weather favoured th* sixth
• are tu-eilng ol the Ueibfos Hno*
Club Ud wbíób was held in New* m-
vtaidatu on Monday uuder tbe moat
favt-nrabU elrcuiustsooee imsginaUs
At < ns * im# it was thou bttbat>,w«Hg
in be iimwrem'y of the wealb-r ill-
luck would have atteudvd tbs tursUng
but t k show< rs which fell in tbe early
i out of tbs umrul-g only landed ia
tuirig tbs (rack to well ulgbpeifvoiIon;
further, the i talk of tbs Westbvf
wee In good tunod. It was a glorious
fins alivtuvM ii throughout with an qe-
eiuoal ivfivabiog Ureae. Ibsarrwug*
ui«ot« an* all that oould be desired
»bd I be < iHoM*» Ult foreos Insuncs
rataricd te Uhjw.dtvchsrg- d lUr va
rtoos duties h *•» cualfcellj ralhfae-
tery onaoftar Too tuwsh -Mats# o n-
i «a be Ustewrd on «he iadrfaUgaUs
lloa **•« etery (Mr. 0. II. IDohni wbo
wee aUy easlsled by au nbfo commit-
(w, ihe sti«sd*M» sis quin un u
iu ib* »'*i»detd » f 1'ievh-us luwliiift# i
tudwd I be ct«»tl* around the rail*
«nr l*tg*-r'ban any prrvioua meet-
aweiingo, 'be Wlu* due u a rrductioa
iu i be price of adunsaiuu KvoeUeal
ubUd at»|
T»n^» v. jun-iHi me ... ..
asLeoould, Dowu the hack stretch tbe
anímale raoed together, hut whatever
slight difference there waa it was always
in Calintons favour. It was a pretty
rapos ail ths way and ths spectator* wrra
wild la their excitement, itaproaeh given
ber head and wblpuame upon level terms,
and down the borne stretch It was
(RAtault to know who was winning. Ths
race looked like dead heat, the crowds
renting tbealr with cries of “Colinton'
I then *'
" Reproach" and so oa
jockeys were using their whips, and
Loth tkorsas responded niosly. Tbe ra
" ‘»ptaoeCoJisi
ment fordefendant with costa to®
John Siramoads v Anold 9kn
Judgment for defendant with «sta i
Wnu Deckles v Uatflda tab»-
journed to Tuesday next. ««
Beatrice Walcott v Gastes Mb
Judgment for ptalntlfi tat Mi
costs. em
L. O. Innlhv v J D» KlotlN^Al
for plaint Iff for | iau and eosta sw
F. A. Mceete te Ce. t IneoraenMáb
taes of Church of Eulu&dl
till today
Joseph Tcxelrav Laura I
ment for plaintiff for AL f
Matilda Niles v Jobs R(
ed two weeks.
Samuel Uratbwalts vUeaiyAsass
Struck out with costa. ~na
A pong v Amella Akew^dábm
till to-day.
Caamafly v l*hfllp RaoutMtHl
journed till today
Francis Lynch v Alfred Srisiylwr
-adjourned till to-day. .
hlcmvJ C MthaUrWtlpdll
plalnlififorlis, &L, and eeWaraw
Tha Receiver General v J. T* ttÉH
Judgment for defendant with
Idem Edwin 11. Itapwy^Jsdgdrt 1
confession for AA 8s. aafeesU. -Iks
tion stayed en payment of Ah HCn*
M#y and IraUnce oa tat Jsa*H|fc«w
Idem v K. F, ltaopeUoais>-AÉB
by confession for AL* 11 A,
execution stayed on pertueoiandPi
monthly from 1st June Jkli.
Felix AssIngvKmelUAkoe.*!^*
od till to-day M
The burgeon Genersl v J* tas*»"
Judgment by ronfeasJoa for A£
costs. ^
IXTKBPLXaDKK
ifcvALJ
WlllUmlnil
cmfPÓLJCE m
Before Ills Al^Dr,
' 1
Dr,***
Tmé*
Fiuiitisu Sehan andSasebrájf
charged by oonttable Jacob* ws*j^
at George Street. They wars IML
and fined M sbUUogs e*ch«cl JJ
prisoameot, . «
DisOHpiau.’tzas. — Fres»"!
Norman Oeroard (brothsixM
AlexsoderwcrtLbugtdir
with belug drunk and i
Joseph Hoad. They wars
and a fine of 10s. was laposiA
ABstriras or A Ltax*.-*
charged by constable floufC
laving a light OobU tart®
oessary hours. Aflnswl»
days was Imposed.
Fiohtinu. Dooktc, Junuww
were charged by ths
fighting at Belgrav# SWU
found guilt/ »*»<* DopkM w-1
Inga, Jomnlelía. fid.a®*®
lings or 7 days' Imprison»
ATi
KOCHLBSOMI GiaU-¿
and Annie l'bllllpswr- ^
norlng M»rr Lon.1
** Bros Mama. Fbuilp*
and • fresh summoo» ws»
Jlicks was lined 8 obUlloH
"■teSÍ1
Hoblnfton were
UreenW*. with
They w.r. loujd f
ants against whom
wrrs racortlw), werS «n»-PW
and ten daya raapectlwy.
Mohs FiuHTixu. fwgSJ*
Charle»Thomaa wero
Corporal McNeil wjj1^•
btract, limaos did DtajgJ..
ease was adjourned ta
tv»* allowed hi* ownWU- v m
FiuHTian Ella
Ciai ks w-ero rhargad
Act with fighting atW**J>*
8 and 10 ahiiltag* "•* rwr^ .
noiied.
* nM..
' Cwji -v Siai-aAVD^P. j
garet Victor JotapbPy%qriJ
and Sarah Malry» S* *£
Both Bowen with *kV8
^ weights.
was Imposed ‘“d.1",, SS* JJ
AN and Balgoblo
an Kaal Indian Fr*<>
atStJawea At
tor tbs < umplalaaiit •»
Fraser rprsmntad
plea of not guilty »^ *
waatakiti the
over i<- kc< i (Ur V***'^
»ud tha fuicv gl pollca—uiMG
ault of this seemed to piaos Gofio ton about
a seek In front of Reproach but Bonner
at the last minuta spMsrad to land
hia chara* Id front, tha Kagllab bona
man riding the race ef his life This waa
tha widtct (a tha Grand Etand and fro»
all outward npuaarance K«preach bat:
won by a bare Back but coalrary to
aansral axpaatatlAoa tha Jadge llantar) daridad in Collnlua* favour,
advsisloa whkhos adverad) iriUcUod
Ity dlalata sotad narttao. It waa at atad,
that |)r Msselsh hlotoalf who waa in tha
Grand Ik and declared that hi* beree
had been baatan, auid even wsut to the
•xtaat of dseiroylng the * pari mutual"
ikketa hs had bawght oo Cellatou
Wbothasr ths Judge was right er wroog
matt an Utile to the general public, and
whatever wm the raoakt Mae
feealshed thekoeaeat and snoot
A*tab ef the day, usd was
•affi"*1- *
»oaH to# recto
•d snoot oaritisg
i th«u % gletfaats
to n «awl day1*
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The ARCADE.
HEROISM OF MEN WHO DIED
DECK OF THE TITANIC,
_ Sj)trial to The Toronto Mail and Empire Jronl a Staff Correepondenl.
Níw York, April 19.-Out of lh*
nura.rmi. «tort*. told br «urrlror» of
lb® Titanln* disaster there stand
forth toan^ fact* to prora the extra*
ordinary fortitude and wonderful
heroism of those left behind on tha
Iloore deck* facing Ibe death that
ahorOy orerto«»k them. Whlla con¬
flicting In aomt of their detalle, these
atoriea ara wcnderfully unanlrnoue In
testifying to Ibi« heroic condurt
I rvbably there weie many heroes
among thnae nu-n who saw the women
to the boat*, and the deeds of one
would acaree outrank those of another.
Naturally the survivor* noticed parti¬
cularly, however, the action of tha
mora notable of their fellow-posaen
tera. and U waa of their conduct they
'"•tiff •paclHeally, tbodgh It waa pro*
bably but a fair aampla of tha conduct
or many leaa oonepicuoua who died In
the tame noble company. Not one,
but many of the survivor* noted par¬
ticularly. it would tieem, the conduct
on that dreadful night of Cot. John
Jacob Astor, not one, but many, eaw
theHttaua elect In the face of death,
to remain together. Regarding the
manoerpf death of Major Archibald
llutt much Iree i« known, for few, It
appeared, knew ('resident Taft’a gene*
THE VAMlVll OP EDITOR
blngularly enough of the death of
the distinguUhM journalist and pub¬
lic[at, \\ Uliaui T. htead, there la prac
tlcally no chronicler among the sur*
elrore whose stories hare been pub¬
lished. One of the moat distinguished *
iMMcgpw on the thlp, hla actions at
mat awful occasion teem to have
pawed unnoticed by those who have
ayrrlved. Only one nameless pateen*
fer of all tbo*»e whose >tortea tnua far
»ave appeared, a*id anything about
Mr. Stead. Arcotdiog to thla pasaen*
ger, Mr, Stead. iwlleving that there
waa not the slightest danger of the
•Titanic" foundering, returned to |hu
stateroom and probablv perished there.
Frederick K, Steward, who aat next
to Mr, Stead at the table, eald that
the latter hod told Mm of a mummy In
the Urltish Museum. Thla mummy
had bad amazing adventure*, said Mr.
Stead, but any person who wrote ita
atory would end In a gte&t calamity.
He «aid that while he knew it, be
would never write it. He did not tell
Mr. Steward eoine of the atory of the
mummy before the disaster which cost
Mr. Stead bis life.
COL. ASTOR* HEROISM. I
That Colooel Jacob Aator, one of .
New York** wealthiest roen, and scion 1
of one of its oldest families, died the
death of a brave man there Is ample 1
testimony from the survivors, though *
In some of tbeir details these stories I
conflict. Sifting these starlet it (a
evident that Colonel Astor. after as¬
sisting hie wife and other women, did
actually get into the boat with them,
but subsequently left tbs boat, some
declaring that this was at the request
of an officer, and others saying that it
was at his own volition, after he had
seen that there were other 'women
â– till on the ship. From other facta In
survivors' atorlea it would also appear
that the boat in which he tiled to
•ave bia Ufe bad rocm for many more !
passengers, some aay Iff, wheo she left
the ah'p'a side, and hence it would ap-
pear that Colonel Astor might have
remained except for his deslíe to see
that others wei e not left,
Piedug’ together the stories about
CfjioueiAstor.it is clear that he and
bis wife were in their cabin when the
•hip struck the iceberg, that they at
once came ou deck ana that upon the
order for women to get In the boats
Mr* Altor at tint demurred, believing
that there was not sufficient danger
to wan ant risking her life in sucu a
small craft* Colonel Astor thereupon
losUted, Aliw Hilda Slater seem» to
have remembered particularly this
scene.
»* i saw Colonel Astor," she said,
•'hand his wife into 4 boat teodstly,
and then aek an officer whether he
might also go. When permission was
refused, be stepped back a»J coolly
took out bis cigarette case* •Good*
bye, dearie,* he called to her M he
lighted a cigarette end leaned over the
Tall. • 1 11 loin you later.'"
SThe versioirof ibis Incident given by
las Margaret Uaya differs only a
little from that of Miss Sister's. She
said that at the time Colonel Astor
helped Mrs, Astor Into tbs boat there
were no women waiting to get into
boat* and that a ihip's officer, stand*
log by thereupon Invited ColooelJAstor
to get loto the boat with h* wife
“Colonel Astor." says Alisa Hays
•'after looking around and seeing tnat
this was true, got Into the boat and
hts wife threw her arms about him.
The boat waa about U} be lowered
when 4 woman came running out of
the coinpantoowey. Raising nts hand,
Oulooel Astor stopped the prepara*
tlootf to lower tbs boat, and stepping
out, assisted the woman into the seat
he had occupied, Airs. Astor cried
out and wanted to get out hf the boat
with her husband, l*ut be patted her
cm the hack and said something In 4
lesione. As tbs boat was being low¬
er rd 1 beard him distinctly sty: 'The
ladle* will have to go first.' ”
4B1III another who seems to h*ve wit¬
nessed this meklent» but whose ver¬
sion differs slightly, was Colooel Gracia
who declare* that the conduct of Guio*
pel Aator waa deserving of the highest
praise. Colonel Grade says that It
was be who lifted Mrs. Astor loto the
boat, tbs Cc4oo«l assisting. " As she
took bar piare, aay» UoTooel Grade,
‘•Colonel Astor requested permission
d the second officer to go with her
far her owo protection, 'No. sir,’ re*
plied the efltev, 'not a mao shall goon
a boat uotll the women are all oared
fer.'
“Oulooel Aster then enquired the
number ef the boat that was being
lowered away and turned U> the wosk
of cleariog the ether boats and In re*
asiudog the frightened and wervooe
women?*
Two stewards of tha Titanic tokl
your reporter that they bad sukse
queuUy seen Cukmel Aitor Mag vat
taat work, geitlag women late at km
busts. Oept, Ches, fisdsrlcfc Crain.
(J H A., ooe of the Oatapethis's pasero
Cr« tmd that use of lire survivors. 4
y, If years of age* bid hlea ifcathe
•wed us Ufe isOdMUUr, TW
ljoy's story, as repealed
Craiu. was that when he tried to get
Into a boat the satlor* pushed him
back, with * You're not a girl." Col¬
onel Aator, the boy said, happened to
be near, saw this, and picking up from
the deck a girl's hat, Jammed it on the
boys head and, watching his chaocw.
pushed him Into the boat with the
wemen.
HOW A UALLANTOFFIUKU HI BO,
That Major Unit, like Colonel Astor.
died the death of a gallant officer and
brave mao there Tv the same testi¬
mony from survivor*. Not wo
many evidently knew the quiet, re¬
tiring army officer, who had been the
President's delightful companion, at
knew Colonel but there were
some who did and remembered how he
acted In those last dreadful hour*.
One of them appeal's to have been Miss
MartcO. Young, of Washington, who
was onct! a «mitic teacher to the
Roosevelt chlldten. Ti such she bad
freqtientlv met the Major at the
Whits Hr use. Nlie says that she l*>ft
on the laet host to pull away, and
that it ivas Major Hutt who put het in
It.
“ Major Hutt escorted roe to a «eat
in the boat,’ said Alies Young to¬
day. lie helped me find a space,
attanged tuy clothing abobt roe, stood
erect, dolled hi# hat, stalled, and said
Good bye.' And then he stepped
back to the deck, already awash. As
we rowed away I looked back, and
the last I «aw of him he was arjuhog
and wet ing his hat to me,"
Airs, thuichill (Jaudee, atao of
Washington, was with Mbs Young,
and she too, she saw Major Hutt
standing on the deck watchlog their
boat pull away, and waving good
hre. lie was quite calm, they
said
Mrs. D. W Marvin, a passenger in
another boat, gave testimony to
allow how the gallant officer spent
the last moments of his life. Mrs.
Marvin said that she «aw many brave
men push .aside others who made for
the boats Wfui# »he women.
** ( un not sh* e*ld, " but 1
tbink that when ue pulled away fmui
the-Titanic 1 saw .Major Jlutt, whom
I kn. w slightly, standing near whore
they were loading some other boats,
lie had an iron bar or «tick in his
hand, and h« was besting ba< k the
fienzieti crowd who were attempting
to crowd into the lifeboats. ’
A second-cabin passerger who was
takeu to the Chelsea Hotel, said that
he saw a man who was pointed out
to him as Major Hutt, standing along¬
side one of the lifeboats. “ lie was in
his shirtsleeve* In his right hand he
held a revo'ver, nnd as the crowd
imde toward the bolt 1 heard him
«houti 'Stand link, y.iu men.
Women and ehildieu first' i’ll «boot
the'tirstbeld ibein back As I was
shoved to on* •!'!«* I heard a pistol
shot, but whether it was from his
revolver I d m t know. Toe last I saw
of him was after 1 was shoved into
tbs boat with my wife aud my tan
inon'hs*old*bat Alajor Hu’t And Colonel Astor stand¬
ing together as our boat was towered
to the water,"
Alie ClMirchill Canden, ington, said site hid *p<-ii' the even*
Irjg with Major Uult and saw him go
to nls tonai, but she did nbt «re him
again.
P aTIMSTlC HUYOVI) 41 I.OTUKUS.
With their mind» tilled with the
.last actions pi brave wen such as the
above, there was ons scene, pathetic
beyond atl other! which seems to have
rerosined upppertuost with not one
but many survivors. It was that
of the deaths of Mi. and Mrs Isidnr
Strauss, Tbs sight of the devoted
couple disappeaiing beneath the
waves together, hand in hand, after
Alts. Straus had refused to yield to
the entreaties of her husband U> less.*
him was od* that few could describe
to ihs reporters without givat emu
tton, though they had can led It m>
Idly away with ihani. The Strausses
h\a rolugled with those 00 bnaid the
- • L ---*
by Capí. I •* The struggle which ensued when
' Air. Straus tiled to fore* hls'wife into
the boat ie a, picture which 1 eball
never fo«geU It waa more than
pitiful. Aire Straus stuck to the end,
for she, I learned, west down with
her husband when the Tltaoie
sank "
Others who saw the seen*, amoffi
them (VI, (Iraoie and Ik W, Daniel,
remerotier that Mr and Mrs Stiaus
stood hand in band white this was
going on iu a circle «f men who were
pleading with Mrs Strauss to go, but
uone Of whom could bear to take her
forcibly from her husband. One of
thoeu wholofued the groan, they saM,
was Col. Astor, who luui Just takeu
leave of hie wite.
Officers of the ship caine up and
Joined in urging the elderly woman
clinging to her husband, logo. They
reported that the boats were leaving
fast. Once when same sailors actually
seised hold of Mrs, Htraua, eye wit*
iHwees say she put out he hands
piteously towards her husband and
then clutched the rail to keep from
being diagged towards the boat.
Henry Woliner, one of the witnesses
af this eo»n*, said that Air Straus re*
fused tvpeatedly to go hituself, and
asM: “Not before the other men"
• Airs Straus", said Woliner, "tighten*
ed her grasp on hie arm and 'patUxt it
aud smiled up at him, and Iheu
smiled at us."
Tbs last boat lefl~the eliipi In it
were a young couple, Air and Mr A.
Dick, ''•»» our bust—the last boat
Lugo moved away from the ship,'
«aid Mrs. Dick, “we could plainly see
Mr and Mrs Straus s andiog near the
tall with their atm around each
other. The lights of the TUauio were
all burning and the band was playing.
Tunic the tnokt affecting episode of
the whole disaster waa that final
tool «W» ij ■N'ti.l*b
Md How drfcrmt from Ih,
UKanfort.l)l«,, cUlutaoned. hoi,
close DÃœxig ttaderwear.
iftiinH'
Fabrik Underwear
vr..r« ui 1TwkuUk,nmlJa«i
ettightom asywW-ir caceWes
nw»y l>Hw*e* mm sad body, cmm
a gTsWst «rut el coehn« sad tffiri afl
thrmigh lbs boitee wsstW.
C~l Sk w «k j™, .w™ „ M
k k Ko*e Dnwws,
At all tbs Itlbr «.
Noams a c
f;litnp«e of this elderly couple hand
u band, awaiting the end together. ’
HARBOUR & MARINE NOTES.
The schooner " Amos Cutter”, trad¬
ing between ILtivulos aud Ttinhiad,
arrived yeslettlsy from the first men-
lioued placo with a laige cargo tit
giound provision) and live stock. She
brought SófJ bags of potatoes, W bar*
tele ytfmtf, 12 boxes (>otatoe« and Id
paMougers,
•'ThaH.M.8. "Ilerbu**" arrived from
Grenada yevterday morning jvlth 370
tone transhipment cargo, 22 tone caigo
for Trinidad with the following pa*
«enger* t (
Fioin Nevis-Mr 8. Matthews;
fn»m J)om>n><*a* Dr and Mrs. Hmlth
and child ,* from HL .Vincent, Allas Ua*
biiel, Mim A. K.-Shepherd, Alise U.
Hhephetd, Mr. H. Hjwnoe, Mr Lamont
and vale ; from Ureiuda, Misa Lowe,
Mrs. Arthur, Misa Lindsay, Misa M
Ciatke, Mrs. Hailey, Mise Chatis»,
Mra. ir^Jaitiine, Air. Heaven,
Mr J. Lessey, Air. 8. Kianoo,
Mrs. Alice .Milne, AUss Alrd, Mr. A.
Franco, Miss Ik Maíllo. Mr. 8. A lid,
Air. G. 1\ L»-wia, Master Aiesandrr,
Dr. and Mrs. On»luw Foid, Pitiockeis.
EUGENE BOISSIERE & Co.
OFFER FOIt SALE
Ek s o. “Citta di Torino.”
30 Casks Claret—
UICQRD FILS.”.
do. do,
300 Boxes Vermicelli—
ASSORTED.
60/2
9 >
1 jieturned yei
"oliva
11m " Delia
b iilay morning (rom Hulivar
will) the following |>aiMiengei» t Hla
Lxt«*ll**nty hu Uooige L* Hunt*, Alia»
Lo límite, l «plain and Mrs Hcnidain*
NVhethaui, Mias N Unniena, MLe 1*.
Viceulmi, Air. F. Viceuiini, ColonelG,
D. Msaln, Air, Fease, llon'ble 11, G,
Oollan, Air. U. T. AJurray« Frof**sor
Fteeman, Captain llooton, Ca|4aln
Oeniley, Mr J. Hequena, Air. Geo, A,
1 rilas, Mr, 1k A. Juno», Air, A WhlU
mm, bergeant Dash, Alisa bpsrton,
Ui L>. b. Denoii and (2 servant*.
The oaigu by the ' Della,"included 3H7
1buk«g«« auudiiea fur New Ycik per
.lintuad Hue, and 1,A03 parkages
suudiici fur New Yuik per Dutch
Une.
«hip very much, and their fellow
passenger* bad aed much opportu¬
nity in the day that preceded the
tragedy to wltnesa tbehr devotion,
apparently In that awful «cene, whlcli
those looking back fiooi the boats
bad Indelibly lunreswd upon tbeir
minds, tfits couple stood out lnu»t
conspicuously. While the etotiee
regarding the others who died differ
eouiewhar, those relating to the
Htrausse* alt teemed to agree, tbowlog
the accuracy with which lh* impres¬
sion had beeu made.
Many of thus* who told this story
had been close to the Htrauwe# whife
tlie wotk of Uum blng Hi* boat* was
in progives. Every one of them agree
that during this scene Mr. Httauee
was strangely calm, andiemained so
unt Uthe end. In only one email me*
pect do these etoitre differ as to what
then occurred. According to Mis, J.
Murray Drown who bad been play-
ng biluge with Mr, |abd Mrs. Rtraus
Alls, gliaui did actually get into
one of the boat* but wheu aim found
lltat Mr. Mrause would ivA follow her
she stepped out egain. Other aooouote
are that Aíra títraue from the first
r» fused to step a foot In a boat with¬
out Air-Strauss and that the Utter
after trying to fore* bar loto ooe for
a minute thro gave up. TbUsceee.
harrowing in IU detalla I* described
thus by iF. Y Kupheoeea an attach*
of the bwedish Embae«y who stood
by this pat UeuUr boat aod who only
a minute befure Iwd eeeu CA A*tor
part with bU wife.
" During ibt- iiiiteutrut f heard
soots one aa> • Mrs, fttrauw y<»u
ipust gu 1 uruiog around, I «aw the
Sira users sUodtog to aether. The men
were talking to Ml*. 9tratu. * No no.
I will not go.’ sheering to her husband
• 1 .aenot leave you.' Then emauoie
aald > ' You boti) aan go» There's
roo»» for boib
Nt/r TUO OLD TU DIE.. ^ K H %
' ‘Aslong aa there le a woman ou tbefhMi»g
tide veeeelTsaid Mr. Bnhi, I wUl . U« Unvtog
apt have They are the Bret who ! afteMMon «r
muet br looked after. When they
are »*f* than i-om* the man. But net
woUi alt Us* «ixust mo la tiro boats
wdl I put *f I •• • Vue ax* on old mam Hr.
womMtb mbmI * f am net too um u>
saertftee roywlt for a Woman, was hi*
n*)r.
The Intercolonial Royal Ma 1 «Warner
" HaiaUkl* " arrived yesterday morn
big from Deuierara after a rua of 8d
hours. e*ld«s ions of cargo for
I'liuldad, mis steamer brought 2 tone
Uaushtpmeat cargo, t! burvee, and
puwugen, via, Mr. 11. 11. Hahn, Miss
1‘uiptn, Messrs. J, acballer, H. Gittens'
U. Laudou, K. Horde, J. Gomes, D.
Campbell and ill decker».
The East Asiatic liner " 8L Croix n
from Loudon via Harbadoa, at lived
)esi«i-dsy. bbe brought 4AÍ tone
genetal caigo and lb* following
tiassenger*. Mr C. Uodgeis, Hon. II.
J. WaJoott, Air. II. Alattiae and lh
dei keiv
The «.b. •• Scottish FiJoe*," of the
Ihmce Una, took away amongst her
cargo to New Yotk yesterday ÃœIJ bags
Tiiuidad cucoa, ‘¿ti bags Venetuelan
coooa, 27U bags Veiiezusia «wcoa (iu*
transhipment}, tirtt «baga Veneauela
poconuw, iM bags fuanjak and Miff
tone roal fur buoter use, Jhe passes*
gen by this «learner were Mvsvrs.
Tiaopoand ailUu, Mrs. UeoeUnd ami
chikl> Airs* Harvard, Alee»*», if.
Havigibsc, Felaxsi, II F. 1'earsoo, J.
f*. Nnig. U Jabea and Jervaut
Arli
lo duded in the cargo taken away
by the HD.M.I4. "1'rina WtiL?*
which left for Faraioaribo Monday,
weia tdh haga TrMUad cocoa, hi I Woe
Vejwmwta cocoa, 1,110 kmk THw*
•Ud Kpam UU ».ph»li, 7t Iom
cedar. fhe passeegcee we<* for
rosteidaiu .- Aim. NlehcWe end
child; for i'sfwasrih) .—Mr» J. Modrl*
groa
Lord Braseey'e yacht " Bnabcom "
will shortly 'm toorhig GW«e wat#»*.
Already art letters awawog We well
koown coble yaohna*«.wri ter at a few
of (V 1'oet (MHues Ta the Norther*)
* “ her " went down to
m ygaliiday apd «rUI
migMMw either thh
f- Itrous,'
he MM H. "Treot
even.of with the fuilowiag Me*eo*
■er». For Oui**haoipton via warha*
ous, the A«>res and CHerbuyrni—
hnutÍMsiopu>o -Iferuniwe Wei
. Si. . 1' If 1. . _ __i u
F01
worth. Mi» L
DiayUro. Ht
Di ay Um 1
t*. U UoseU
aod Mias
JUST LANDED PER S.S. MARACAS.”
Automobiles C'iií-iníi'. \arious «izo».
Inner Tube lo unit above vnuingi
Cfi-iiiff I'rotceton.
Tyre Coxurs
Electric Tunc Horn
Pumps
Repair Kit- ~ TJ|
Tyre PreniMiro dilate
Cylinder Oil
For Hal" hj . Y. do LIMA & Co.
Sole Agente for
•M-F
Strong*,
THE VI NO WAREHOUSE.
Sole
Agent:
Brfosmeid,
Otto
tbeiistODi
igetdt
Er'mmd,
COPtlB
Skenitono
V-
OLD INSTRUMENTS TAKEN IN EXCHANCE. BALANCE
PAYABLE BY MONTHLY INSTALMENTS.
» o'lslnoUon Qunrai'ced
•1‘iioxn ua.
21 EjivnaiucK ST.
ST. JOHN'S POPULAR REMEDIES.
NT JOHNS SARSAPARILLA
ST. JOHN’S VEGETABLE LIVER PILLS
8T JOHN'S II11KFMATIC CURB
ST. JOHN S TETTER CURE
-AAT BOIlA-ND'S — •* Howry Stmt,

TO PORM-SPaIN GAZETTE WEDNESDAY MAY
Is tlir kov noto ol'all successful business. So it is wiili
the Merchant. Lot it bo so with the buying public.
WE ARE KEEN BUYERS,
and t^iis is our first consideration in our Business.
We try to find ortt the very best nnd cheapest manufactures in England and
America for our Goods, for the benefit of our Customers. Every dfty we aro
adding more and more satisfied customers to our increasing business. *
jin'cause ini .inn snmcixa Timm JxrnnnsT,
COXTIXVJl TO SVVVOltT VS; THAT’S ALn Wli ASK.
WATERMAN—Tho Pionoor* of Choap Pricoa.
daughter, Mr. A ml Mrs. Jamos fekcoch,
JÑIr. Frvemati, Mrs. Muck snd2 thlld
ten, Mias Audré Ur. H U HmatJ,
Rev. Canon Branch, Mi ami Mr*.
&!gtll Johnstone. Mr. Oso Fitzgerald.
Mrs. 1* Uittens, MU# C*>id*i, MU«
femlih, Mr and Mis. Randolph Hunt,
Mr. K. 1* Atkinson snd pat ty, Mr. T
Worth, Ills 1/mUhip tus HUhoi» of
Triuldad atul Mrs. WVIah, Mr. Robeit*
soii. Mr. T. Wilson, Mrs. Aloock. Mr.
Munro, Mr. IVrgusson j for Ralbados.
Mrs. 1a M, llobson and 3 children.
THE
TRINIDAD DANCE
ORCHESTRA.
hare
t ojoyed their music, seldom, If
rwi*i. Itave xté ever been refuted an
encore, while on many occasions the
Hand has sireo ita services gratis in
sort)*' chatfia^le cause 1* urihermore,
we rantmt bui think that the tour of
lb* Hand will be doing much towards
l,tinging the name of I he Colonv into
prominence It is trow our turnio do
what little in tet|uiivd of in, anti we
feci confident that w* ritall Ixiabh tu
r«*|H'rl a tet otd calo o( tickets an J a
bumper house.
LOVHYB HAND.
1-AHKWaUb PKHKOUMAlK IN NhV
itnipoMM.
A Comskt, the proceed* of whicli
Svlll In túvola] to ibe benefit of
Ijovey’s Hand, will be giveu at flic
1'rincr* Building mi .Monday night
next, tike eve of the departure of this
popular string band for a tour or Lliq
United fetales. Tikis will belliepuU
lie's last cip|M>itunlty of hearing the
ltand for sime time, ami will be the
first appearance of the latter in their
«maitikew uniforms Bevwal promi¬
nent local arlistep, both Udie« ami
gentlemen, are l*eing asked to kindly
consent to contiUnite to ail evfvllent
programme. whhh will include some
of the Hands latest "star" piecest
while Ills BicelUncy the (ioveinor is
also being approached with regard to
the obtaining of bis patronage and
{vrerenie on the orcasioti. This will
>e the first lime that a benefit i>et•
forma nee has ever been held on Iwnalf
of tho Bind, «ml no feH «onfldent
that tin Trinidad public-always a
sporting one—will rise to the »w canon
.with a ready lesponse to the ap|>«al,
for many of Lite players Imvclo leave
Iwliiml them faniilles dependent on
them, for whom provision has to la*
jitfcde Iwfoirhand, and it will \et be
t*n..e time (even if hnitivdiaU-ly s ic-
ressfo)) Liefore tin* bread-winners'«ill
l>e able to semi them out Ihe mnoey
necessary tor their sup|H>rt. \Ve
think this an excellent o|n«,ituoi»y
forim all to »hniv our appreciation of
the pleasure they have afforded us in
the past, and even ibtme who will l*
UiiaMo to aUci/J, will I hi showing
thoir sympathy MI Hie mote by taking
tu ki-ts all the same l it in the light'of out 4uhs( lilting llie
inoihst sutil of 6i»e, two shilling" to a-atilMi iplioii li i but foi
win* h we vliall be gik, ii u •» ■*( tli«l
would In* i heap at ilnikhh* i lioül* J
that pint*. Many uie tb. Him» u> *
TRANQUILITY SQUARE TEN¬
NIS TOURNAMENT
Tup above Tournament has reached
the semi final eUkges and It it hoped
the finals will be played off on batur-
dar.
As will be seen by the results some
ve>y do«e matches t kok place In the
nWtrh Mr. A. Taitt and Mies Bishop
vs II (}iendent)lng an 1 Miss Fahey,
the former |*tir won the Hut set 0-4
an I were 6 -1 lo (ha second set snd
yet they lost that set and the match.
Illustrating the old saying that a
match Is never won until the lakt
stroke Is Rained.
The following are t he results —
Mi Fraeer and Miss Fenwick won
4 -*l. 11 .I, 0-1 from* Mr, I*. Qlenden*
tdngaml Aiwa Owen.
Mr Litilepagn and Misa A. de Ver*
teuil won 4-d, 0 5, 7 5 from Mr
M» II maid and Mm Gladys Hushe.
Mi Amlersoii and Miss feeigert won
0-5, 5 -11, 0—(j from Mr. Uilcli and
Mins Uoellnlcht.
Air fl. Glendenning and Miss l-’ahey
won I 0, tí Ó. 0 U, from Air. A,
Tatlland Aliss Utsliop.
Ail. T I'l-ld amt .'its* II. Iludió won
0 I. 0 1. from Mi. J. Kina «ml Mis
CioighUm.
Mi W lUiiMgin nnd Mrs Wilson
won 0-5, ó-H, d i, fpim Mr La»
tfii* cand Mins Alston*
Mu It. titlllcpsg* and Miss ile Veh
lend won il-ó, fttun Mr. ITaser
ami Alisa IVowIok
Mr Field ami Air. Glendenning won
0-1, <1-8, from All. K. WiUou and
All, lt<‘SCIH*.*
Air. I ft 0, o 4, 0-i, from Mr. Hairagm Aod
Mia. WiliHin.
Alt. Ilaiia4(n aud Air. lilau won
ft-1 li-L from Air. Alauiott and
Mi ('iMitnlf*.
A|i Field and Mr, Olemh'iining won
f ,l rum Mi Ftascr uniU«*v
I *:tKal*
Nf' \> I-1 >n ami Ah Mi Donald
" ' ». " li-m All H I * j. i, l,.,j
"u in l Mi I iwi* m e, j
Mr. Lenagan and Airs. Hewlett won
5-tk (1-5 0-3. from Mr. H. Ohodeo-
ningand Mlu Fahey.
THE DEMERARA RACES.
U1LIXIDN' nKAthtUPnOACIt ON
KAHTKIl CllEOLK IUNIIICAP.
Tlie defeat ot Reproach by Dr.
Alasslah's t'olinton, at the Deraerara
Hpring Aleeting having come as a sur*
plisa to so many, the following
account of the particular eveot as
recorded In the Daily Argoei/, wilt be
of interest:
TIIK FASTERCIUÍ0LK HANDICAP
One mile—Valued XJOOt opeoed to
atlcieoles and foreeiT to winners of
creole races. First horse, $130 and
sweenstakea of 5 dots. p.p. j 2nd horse,
¿Odollara.
Dr. 1*1 8, Messiah's b.g. Coliriton
_ tl yrs, lbs. (A. Horde)
Mr. D.U.C. Da Costa's Ixm.
Reproach,« yrs, II71U(K.C.
Ilounet)
Mr. Neldon'scf. Hailing, 5 years
IUJUmO. Undon) ..
Trainer of winner , Air. McLean.
Datilog carried 23 lb. overweight*
M**rpr*a D1 It), Revenge 88 lb, and
71 IK, did not come out, leaving the
race to (lie three horsea named facove.
InspU-e of Repnvach having for the
second time that day to shoulder the
roaxlmun penalty of 117 JU such was
tliv confidence of backers In her that
«te flgureil in ths Ikettlng before
linton. Rut aeuiptUu was In store.
The three horses went off level, and
at once Horde drove Collnton to the
front, making the pace as hot as possl*
hie and taking every advantage of bis
light weight* After hhu came Dari*
og a length and a half behind and last
»f all Reproach being ridden for all
«hr was worth. Approaching the half
mile tho mare cut Hailing down aod
n»*nt upon Cofmlon with whom she
tun level and the two homes were still
togelh* r when they enteied the
straight for tun home. Roth jocks
titged t heir mounts lo the utmost and
whips Hew, A fui long from home lie*
C loach was half a length to the good
ut then Herds on the inside put la a
•pit udid of tiding and, weight tell¬
ing on the mare, be brought Dr.
Alasslah's great creole to the front and
Colmgton %von a floe care by two
lengths annd a scene of the greatest
t fitting finhh to a suocessful meeliog,
Tho winning horse and his Jock were
>mrounded by a < heeling crowd on
tin ii way bar k to the paddock The
pan nititui | gave a profit of 40 oil
• vriy In hot pin hi oaed oil Oolhitoii 1
Finn ío'r (he tace 1 min. li) secs.
APPEALCOURT.
{Bifort Sir A. V. LurU fimlik A*i..
O.J,, and Jutiica ÃœUMtx and Bh*-
9tU, LLB.\
Tuesday.
„ HEAIUNGS. a t .
Paiur r allkn :-Mr. F. 8. tacha*
pelle for appellant f Philip) and Mr. 1*
A. OTlieUy^for respondent.
Thla was mn appeal against an order
of Dr. Blackwood Wilght, Cilf Ma*
giitrate*, refusing to convict Allen at
ths Instance of Philip tar Msault and
battery. ».? . * »
She Chief Justice t Can a person ap¬
peal from a magistrate's refusal to
convict unless he entere Into a recog*
nitabce ?
Mr. O'Rletly said bs InUnded to take
Ihstpolot,
A4r« Laohapelle conteode I that there
being oo provision for recogoltancee
In appeal! Against refusals to convict,
•uoh roCogntcances were oolr contem¬
plated for appeals from convictions.
The Court held that security for
costs should have been given before
tbs appeal oould He. ,f f .
Th$ appeal, therefore, was dlstnfssed
with costs.
Allbx V rnittr t-Mr. Lachanelle
for appellant (FbUipJ and Mr. OThelly
for respondent,
This was ao appeal from a convic*
Hod by the City Magistrate, senten¬
cing Philip to undergo fourteen days*
hard lab>ur for stealing a pair of
bracelets.
From the evidence, It seems that
appellant and respondent lived toge¬
ther for about two years as man and
wife. This relationship was ruptured
by appellant transferring his protec*
lion and attention to another woman.
Respondent alleges that aubeequeot Lo
this rupture appellant, for whom
she was still laundress at the
time, took away a pair of bracelets
from â–º if room without her knowledge
aod tually pawned them. Appel
laat vsponds that respondent con¬
sents Jo ths pawning and got part of
ths pucevdi aud that this charge was
tbs outcome of her desire to get him
bock or to bavs him punished if he
would not come hack.
Mr. Lachapello submitted that,
having regard to the relationship of
the parties and ihe circumstance that
led to Its rupture os well os respond¬
ent's subsequent assault on appellant,
thee* was no mens rea. The Magis¬
trate wrongly excluded evidence of ibe
assault, aud that would have proved
motivrfor the larceny case.
Mr. O Rlelly, In reply, submitted
that the occurrence subsequent to lbs
origin of the charge could not affect
the issue. The rase was ons of oath
against or *h. and tbs Magistrate hav¬
ing believed respondent, cmricted
appellant. Counsel also submitted
that appellant held ths pawn ticket,
not respondents aud the ability to re¬
deem was his, and thrt abilityhe was
not likely to eierclss If. as he said, the
woman got the proceeds of the pawn-
'ihe Court reserved juilgmeot over
tbs iuueheon Interval.
The Chief Justice, in giving judg¬
ment, said he did not thick the evi¬
dence Justified ths couviclioo. as there
was no evidence to go to the Jcry.
Air. Justice Bwao, In concurring,
said that ths circumstances of the caw
d|jl not disclose any felonious intent at
Air. Justice Russell also concurred.
The conviction was accordingly
quashed with costs.
8mitii Oros. A üu. v Nbwaluj akd
anus: lion. 1!. A. Alcazar, K.Ü., and
Mr. W. Savary for appellants (Smith
Bros, A Ca|| Mr. £. A. Wharton,
K.C., and Mr. & ocipl t Pollard, K Ü.,
for respondents, Neanllo and Lelba,
rreneoUtely,
This won an appeal from a judgment
of tbs Chief Justice staying proceed¬
ings In an action to recover under tbs
covenant In a Uiortgoge deed, on the
ground that the power of »ale has a)
teady been exercised.
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Mr, Wharton concluded his argu¬
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Mr. Alcazar was still revpondlns
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when the
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HESPOVSiniMTYOF COUNCIL*
TIIK OlIEP JUSTKb'8 HKHUKE,
In a uuo whkh wh heard on appeal
yeiitcnlay It was pointed out by the
Chief Justice that Ue special ground of
appeal in the matter was not on the
Mr. F. S. Larhapelle for appellaot, said
that they wefb Med. When enquiry
was moda lathe RcgUtrar'a Office aa to
wbetlter three copies were required for
tbe Court he learnt that only oae was
necessary. ^ ...
Tbe Chief Justice sold, it was the first
time he had heard that. Who mads the
Ar. ¿achapeile aalil that his clerk did.
Mr I*. R. Weloce, Deputy Ueuiitrar,
said that if the ground ot appeal were
filed th« duplicate whkb oounael held
would have on it the stamp of the office.
Mr. iaihapille said, there was no
autnpon bis copy.
Tbe Chief Justice said that the matter
woe a serious one end be would canoe
enquiries to be mode in tbe lU-gtxtrors
Office. *
Arguments continued. . ,
Later. Ibe Chief J ustión said that tbe
Clerk who had to see after tboee papers
contradicted counsel's «'atemenU
Mr. Lacbapella •—L apologise, Your
Honour. It way my error.
The Chief Justice -It io oot (air on
tbe RegUtrar’s Office that such state-
xueots should be made at the Bar, *s
they may get all the clerks In trouble.
When counsel makes a statement at the
Bar It Is takeo as correct.
Mr, ' Jju-bapeUe said, hla remarks
ought to heve applied to the affidavit of
Mr. Rust which was filed,
The Chief Justice —You should think
tnoreofyour responsibility os counsel at
tbe Bar.
Mr. Lacbtpells subsequently said he
was sorry to have made the statement,
but from tbe Information received he
had reason at ths time to believe that he
was right In what bs said. Tbsl was
why he had been ao Insistent. Re
apologised and bs proponed to enquiry
Into the cause of this mlsuoderetaodiog.
Tbe Chief Justice eald, he felt strong!;
on tho matter. It was not fair at ol
lb t counsel whose statements at tbn
liar were taken as correct should say
thiols which reflected on the clerks fa
the it«Rl»trar*s ORioe, unless bs was
aura of what be was saying.
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OPERATING TAI
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Recent statistics show that If lbs
wealth of the various countries were to
be divided equally atuong tbeiriohabl*
tanta, Frenchmen would be richer than
any other peroous, aud Bulgarians
would be poorer A Frenchman would
havsff7.l«. ahlnincwe. ¿¿LMi a clU*
sen of the Vulted BUUs. $2MU i an
Austrian, $8; a Russian, $(123) a Oer*
man, ItU.tóin Hervían, 13.72; an Kng-
lisbman, i aTurk, fJ.72j a Japa¬
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Italian. #9.08; a Boutb African, #27 ttt,
and a Bulgarian. |1 PL
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lha cloud of recurring attacks and
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removing Utt cause It does
rtllave. 11 dues restore tbs sufferer to
normal bodily trim and tuenUl happi¬
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At lust, ft# will hare been Doted from
our report of tbe Town Board meeting
of Thursday last, the city authorities
hare determined totaka Inland tbeim-
proyeraent of one of tbe moat unsightly,
at well aa tbe moat Insanitary corner*
of tbe town, and at the tame tinsa to
replace by a suitable structure the last
remaining of tbe old and more or leas
dangerous bridges which span tbe Dry
Hirer, bloca the daye when the old
route of tbe Belmont etoctrio tramway
ran across the bridge which skirtelbe
walla of tbe Hpaccapietra Asylum on
tbe way up Observatory street, we
hare from time to time felt it our duty
to draw the aerious attention of the
authorities to tbe condition of this
structure, to tbe Insufficiency of its
parapets, the unsubstantial nature of
of Its decking for heavy wheeled traffic,
and to tbe fearfully Insanitary corner
which exista Just beycad It on the
Belmont tide, where novel# and huts
crowd each other, intermingled with
cesspits and draios of itagnáut water*
right down almost Into tha bed of tbe
pry Blrer. By tbe scheme which was
oa Thursday last presented to tbe
Town Board, and which, al we under*
•land the matter, was b? that body
accrpted In principle, it Is proposed to
replace Ibis old bridge by another of
it feet In wid th. with footways on each
aide, thus considerably Improving the
locality from every point of view,
especially if the further proposal to
straighten the roadway by the acqui¬
sition of the lands on both shies of the
bridge Is also carried out. Unfortun¬
ately In so far as It will mean a further
delay of perhaps Indeflulte laogtb, and
may therefore prevent the construe*
tioo of tbs new bridge during this dry
weather. It has been decided to refer
¿he seberos back to tbe Committee by
whom It Is propounded for tbe purpose
of reconsidering tbe question of tbe
widening of the roadway, tbe cost of
Use acquisition of the lands of tbe
Bpaocapietre Asylum for tble purpose
a* shewn therein being held bfcwta n
members of the Board to be too high.
There la certainly a good deal to b*
eald lu favour of pr. Ditkaon’epropoaal,
which was also supported by bis con*
frere Dr. Laurence, that from a
sanitary standpoint It would be more
oveirable to acquire tbe low-lving
lands on tbe other aide of the bridge
and do away with this insanitary
conglomeration of hofele standing
thereon, and then utilise this Und for
stmp widening. And w# thlni that
if ^*TosrPVn2ar4 can sew Mr w7
to carry long AtAM* JwpwTfc
menu iTflJ
bo, when, as In this case, tbe private
owner Js a large and Important, but
by no means wealthy charitable Insti¬
tution, doing, in tbe name of the
churcb, work that would otherwise
certainly fall on tbe taxpayers to do
for tbe poor of the city. It Js Id this
light that the question of the exorbi¬
tance or otherwiseofj the price charged
tor tbe laod must be considered i and
with every possible respect for Mr.
Viera’s very proper •• commercialism ”
In tbe matter, we venture to suggest
to him that arguments which would
bare been convincing bad tbe lands
been owned by a private owut, or
had the street improvements been
such as would beueiit ths Asylum
authorities, under the actual circum-
stances should not be allowed too much
weight. On tbe whole we think it
would be a matter for regret were tbe
fdsns for the acquisition of the Asylum
and* to tie allowed to fall through on
the seme of the price asked for the
laod t but on the other hand, if the
result of the refereoce hack to the
Committee is that, in addition to tbe
original scheme, provision Is made for
t be carrying out of Dr. Dickson a pro¬
posals for lue improvement of the In*
sanitary corner on tbe other side of
tbe bridge, we think tbe delay will
not have been devoid of good resulte
ST- LUCIA CIVIL SERVICE.
LEPROSY IN DEMERARA-
EXPERIMENTS WITH NASTIN.
DB, MIKETTS UNFAVOCRAHLE
IIEFOHT.
yjjL . , „ , _ ,
o}dd Ve a piece
tltedolnifor ih*
«>,P«nw.lt
of work weft* worth
UU of the health of
)S% tnbf
th. «ntirr'lówVA ütir.ÍQt»t>l|irr
corner epnU hardly bf cooceived
of iban'this Hr end
noeilloti and shape. We do not see
{Sw*U could efert* Ctherwiee. Oo
tbdetber band, wafer* aaUaQMUiat no
aebehte would be rmtlly #aU*fae(ory
which did not include tbs straightening
of tha Street qo the other bldg M well.
Tbe direction of the mad here and tbe
shape of'tbe grqumWoftbeBpaoca-
Asylum are su«b that it is an
... H must be rvmtra*
Uooe of tbe moat gen-
ire '
nuirsu irom
tha roadway here.
beivd that tbta 1st _ _
«rally used road* Into Belmont from
tb.hulnn. portloo. of tb. ...Uro
wcUon at (U cltF. sni lb.t Inn.
Av-rr ¿LU ro^4 i. oon.U.r.U. Ml lb.
SíTidd».
“i, púl.U not »• w.ll dM^Md.
¿T(»uU h.T. d.rinra i b.t
ítílm*•>«* iufl> ei,> f*
.(Tactodl. timtbT iMd. lew d»«lr-
.atTitiMl bv fbs Town Board last
TbííÜuy. lbs eola defferenca ofopiolou
brloron Ih. iiui.tlonolth. prlc.
nLUicpurpow. i but«lb- mb*. Urn.,
ITi.ouplKnnh.dutr of . P.W.U
own,, liVu hi. Und. Ip .ucb a body
low r»M, «to undulr IMOOT.B-
Uoc .nd cr.mp blou.ll In ord.r
in bettor roobl. .uch wolk. to b.
uiHl.rUkm. Tb« lulleat towkrt pile,
and «.ni.Uiln*iDor.top ^¡ould al fll
MMb Uuim b. r.adflr P.U. That la tbo
well moxidMd frllowpl. la KogUnd
Tbs following are tha conclusions
arrived at by Dr. K. 1*. Minett,
Bovemmeut Bacteriologist la BtiUnh
Guiana, in hi# report on the treat-
mentor leprosy with Nastin : -
1. That Kaaun baa apparently very
little bonettclal effect on case# of
lepiosy.
2. â–² solution of Benzoyl Chloride lo
oil show# a slightly higher percentage
of Improvement than Nssllo.
K. AmoaLhetic cases of leprosy run a
definite course, after which tne dis¬
ease seems to die out, leaving tbe
patient no longer Infective.
4. These cases recover sensation
After a tima In areas pteviously
aoteslbetlc, and after aelf-amputalioa
only scars remain.
& This la is natural process and
takes place without any treatment
wliatevrr, U la not apparently In¬
fluenced by either Naallo or Bensoyl
Chloride.
A Nodular cases do not tend to Im¬
prove naturally ae above, except lo
veryrir* Instances i *nordothey ap¬
pear to b« affected appreciably by
either Nastin or Beoxoyl Chloride.
ft The ao-called destruction of bacilli
la a natural process varying consider*
ably and does not eppesrlo be lu
fl^eiictd by Naallo or Ueuzoyl Uhlo-
7. The variation* of the amount of
destruction of baiilll observed, Is of
limited value as au Indication of the
effects of treatment.
'ft UeUMiy) Chloride in petrotemu
oU Is extremely valuable as a nasal
spray or a paint for ulceiating sur¬
faces. It quickly renders the dis¬
charge fro* from tbe presence of
ft Its regular use for IhU purpose
la strongly ruoouuuended la Leper
Asylums.
ANOTHER PRECOCIOUS
CHILD.
A director of one of tbe great trans-
eootlneqtal railroads was showing
bis three-year-old daughter the pic¬
tures In a work on natural hUtbry.
Pointing to a picture of á aybra, be
asked the baby to tell him wbat It
represented. Baby answered “Uciity."
Pointing toa picture of a tiger io
the same way, ebe answered MKUty.
Then a lion, and. she answered
M Doggy." Elated with her esemlog
aulck perception, be iben turned to
ike picture *»f a cblwpstuse and said .
*' Baby wbat Is this F*
•Tapa."
CAUSE FOR SYMPATHY.
Young wile (rather oervuualyHOh
cook. 1 must really speck to you.
Your master is elwaya eouifdalniug.
One day It U the soup, tbe seooad
day It Is tbe Osh, the IMnJitU tbe
Julot-*in fact, it fe alwajn susústbipg
MM W*M- mwm.
* The Tout of St. Lucia has tin* fol¬
lowing.-the aniioinlmeot, of Mr K
U. Beonett, K.v i to oí t as ChU f Juk
lice cioates a somewhat uuluue po»i
tioo of affairs with iv»j>ett to lbs mem¬
bers of the Civil Service in this colony.
Every officer of lm|K>rtance— save tbe
Harbour Master ami twomembeieor
the Medical Siaff-is a West Indian.
The Acting Chief Justice, the Chief
Magistrates, the Ch*ritT and one of tha
Government doctor# aie natives of the
islaod Tbe Attorney General, now
acting adininivtiator. Is a native of
Grenada, and Mr. Labordc, tbe Tieas
urer. though bom in-* neighbouring
colony, ha# had a long connection with
8t. Lucia, bis father baviug been a
former Administrator here The
Magistrate of tbobecond District ami
tbe medical officers of boufricre and
Dennery all bail from Grenada, while
Dr. Hi such, one of the medical ofllu-r*
for Castries, is a native of M Kilts, ami
tbe I’uslinaster a Bar badian.
Though important official position-*
bare often been held by men who were
West Indian born, we do not recall
any exact precedent foe the pn-saut
state of things in this • uiotiy >Ve
tbiok it worthy of note that.capable
men to fill any [million «au so readily
be found without gumg outside liieau
1 «lauds. Undoubtedly ooeof lire bene¬
fits arising from any scheme of con¬
federation would be the larger field
created for member* of tbe Uvll Wei-
vlce who are uatives of these colonies,
and by offering surer prospect# of pro
motion to positions of greater respon¬
sibility end emolument than are at
present obtainable, would serve to at
tract tbe best of our youths, They
would fiad au honourable career opeu
to them nearer borne tbau is at present
tbe case with lire more restricted
opportunities now afforded tbcnt,
Konipklhko tV. |q.
titos AlaiMidnat
Nsw York—Paraa wibe
Serví, #,
Tit* Koval Dutch Mail Aokhts
MAllow IJNK 'Ibe s ». 1 Marowfjne
in <1h> Ikh Ma> 1UI1 and will leave the sama
dnjr for 1’arsruarlbo taking cargo [tassen
gem end idnIIp.
SAHAMACCA —The an “haraiuAria
is due hers from Parsuasrilio on Mm
rta> lit h May luiZand will leaT# next
d« v at noon precisely direct for N *>w \ ork
tatingrartro naaoenenrs and malla
| AIIOWMN1I -The s e “MarowOn
1*1 la due ba _ . . _’aramarll*o
via IlartmiiiM on Tueadsy Ulb May |9li
and will have next day at noon precisely
direct for New\oik taking«argo |MVM*en
gers and nwlts
CiOl’I'KNAVF. -The a» * Coppiname
j Is due hero from Paramar!!» on Mon
dn* JUth Mo lH)i kin! will U,i«« next
(In) at no hi precisely dira t for N< « York
laklngiargo patwangem and n»*iN.
AROUND THE STORES.
At llendereone: - Just received a
nice lot of Ladree i'anaiifa Hale
(blocked) from to 93 W) rwli
••Tbe Kxcbauge" V—Frederick hue«t.
J,’ Glendinning A Co. is showing
special selection# lit Ladies Neckwear
including Laca Uotlais, Collerettes,
i'eter i^an Collars, (liupute fiailor
Collars aud a few Fancy Coloured
Peter l‘an Cellars.
MOVEMENTS OF STEAM »RS-
hí Rojal Mail Steam factet Co. -
res Page 2.
Kubinkiljko W. ’d-
discbfl ftlaildienst
TubUotal Dittcu Writ
—Auiurs
IIcao Link kkkvick.
T)IUNj> tMl.I.EM I The Royal UuUh
L Mail 6learner ' Frio# Willem 1 !•>
due here from Arusterdsiu via Parama
ribo A Deinerara on or about (Hb It v JUt¿
jraoeadlog afterward# lo Car imho,
;utDona, Guanta. LaGuayra, l’w Cabello,
Curacao, Jacmel, Aux Cayas. Fort an
l*rlocokN«w Yorktakhgcargo pasavn
gers and malla _ »
S~\ltANJti NA88A1 -Tbs Boyal Dutch
Vi/ Mall Kisautsr "Orauis Nassau la dua
bers from Vsoesueisn Fort* oo or about
ltn May IV)t prooeading afterward# to
•ocauaribo Havre and Amstardaru taking
-Tbo*li
J. Mall Maswer "Frio# Mau
1 loyal Dutch
Mturits' iadu#
bar* froui Arusterdaur «la Farat&aribo
and Deataiara on or about *Hb May ivtfc
irouesding afurwsrds to Canipasu,
AniMsa Guanta. La Guarra, Fto Cabello,
Curasao, Jsesaai, Aax Caies.
,'riace and New York takl
¿iSití*
loyal Dateir MaU Moaawr ••Frias
lUMSsffsti sad «asila
re Port au
lag cargo
It ra a Li« s.k Fa.u - Many of U*o
aiiiuaeU that sms boa Ur cwulaml with
have tbolr origin in a dWirderad fiver,
which U a MkaU osgau. fcrivtf
come iroiM aiffanr mww w nss.. y«
of cara la s«Mm 4riftUhg. Tkla
Mats furAa gnwt mqay livor
Comento ÃœGooralo
Tralisallaiiliqua,
V LrnTAUl A Hon —
AntCNTO,
SI. DOMI.VM K T!ie Tiemli Mail
.siaauirr *st ihiudneue fivm Kurofw
«1* <>uh In due hi*n mi m alimit tbe Jixl o( May
ana «<11 proceed xflefwrds to l>emeiara
burfnaur iwi CsjaiurrUklnK otigo, |>ns
sengers and malla.
«/
Seebciy Line
Stctitnet'M,
Gro 11 ALHiov A Co.
-Aokktm.
.The a* “Triiu ’ Is iluf-licru
7 ho londoa Ljroct
• Unc of Ffoamors .
Tub New Oolohial Co.
Ltd, Agents.
(JLRIUNA The -
Oh*
- ... .... _ Serrana " Is due
here froui IrOndw >1# Herbados and
(-remida on or alMiut 13rh May HU! pro-
k-eoding afterwards to De oí erara, taking
â–  argo. passengerw and tnads.
Traiubury ’ merT*
can Lina.
Pau.II HcHxxaxaaoo
Ansgn
YT'IROINIA. Thess. '•Virginia*' of tbe
v Hamburg American Une is due here
from Veitexiiclao uortaon or el«uc May
lltli Proceeding afterwards to Harra and
Hamburg «is St. Tlioiuaa. taking cargo,
pasaengers and mails
/ lAlwUmiA The m “Caiatria of
Hie Hamburg laisricaa Line is due
here from \ cncxuclan ports oa or about
May ritlr, pro*coding afterwards to
lia«re an taxing cargo |w>oeng«.rs and mails.
ÍÍ
i!
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. li
HUM IM h-s “Iriiu Is due.hart
from Mobile an the llth May, prou>a,l
l atterwarda lo direct MoWls, tskiug
cargo, paiifweogerv and malla.
Frederick ley land
& orapany LiU
Tub Nbw Coloniu Co.
Did —Agento.
Belgian-Tbe »• ••iwigisu* t«du#
here from Literpool «U Barbados ou
oralaiutMh May, proceeding aftcrwarJs
tol^tGuayra, lrto Cabello and Curacao,
taking taigo passsngere and malls, If
. „ . passsngere ¡
quarantine permits.
Iingt A*\atxcOo.LUi
lMnuk Iaw of
Htfimert
Cinu. It. A Iajtu.v Si CX) —
Aobnts.
OT UtOlX - 1 h# so. “bt. Croix is
O due her* from Dcaverara on or about
the 4th Mav. proceeding afterward* to
Usitawloe Nt hucia.bt 1 Itoms» Mndon
and toiitlnenla) 1'ort^, taking cargo,
passengm s and mslU
OÍ
Triuidail I ine
tttMincri,
Thinidad bmrriNu and
Tkajunu Co.—Auxxts
Hie â–  m Mayara" of tbs
MAVAHO . . „
*frinid«l IA re will leave TlUildad
fur N< w imk dlMaion IbelDtd April lt>l|
id I» due in arrive thereon May 1st IV1L
«HOW S OF NAVAHHU-He «a
j ' t row u id Navarre ” of tbe 1 rlaldad
Une «UI leave Nsw York for TiinfcU4
dire* t on the Slrd April HMÍ and Is due to
arrive here on 1st May 1Y1Í
\ f A Y AUO—Tlk# as " Mayara" of tbe
ill liiublad Line will Issv# Trinidad
for New' York direct on tbs ftth April
UiUand is doe to ani»e tbs*# oa taTMaj
JtftA
/ 1 HBN A DA -Ths • « ‘ t.raoada " of the
Lj Trinidad Une will Uave New York
for Trinidad via 4»reiwuU os the 9Utb April
lUI!aadis due to ani>« here oa May Mb
I91A
MAHAL Aft lb*»». 'Msranaa’of the
frtabisd Line «III leave rriatdae
for Nsw York via r.rauada on the M
Max Ifllf ami Is due to arrive there oe
May lltb IhiA
% f AY ARO. -The » . • Mayara ’ V Al
l\L Trinidad Une «ill leave New Yrak
for Trinidad dlnet on the MAh May p
and I* dee i»avrl*e bsra ee^jrK mt
- - ^ ^ |f
AHRIVALft
»itb.
Amos (• iitu Bill mhnr. Lhslltoor 43
tons. 3 daj « lUihivluH, .« pig*, 1 ahern,
I porsiwnliry, I rsbldta, t casks
«ants, 5WÜ begs co<(q«i sewt lavs!, Ml
bag* potatoes, HU I^U yauiS, If boxes
potatoes, I case matches nud lépaaaea-
Bklta, Vennx slrur, Lopox, tone, 7!
boors Ciudad HolUar, 3 caaes gold for
kurorts tier Koval Mall, tri nlin
kuro|w |ier Royal Mall, ?! pkge
sundries for Lurope per Hamburg*
Amtrloan Line. Jt>7 pkuv suodrlesfor
New York pel Triulda*! Due, l,3Í3pkgs
suitdilea for New York per t)ut«b
Line and Ud passengers. To Claaa de
Nav Flue v Coat de Vsnex.
Butnii k, Brit etmr, tímltb, I38T tona,
11 lioure, (ireoada, S7U tone general
* - - - oand
'team
eaigo (transhipment). MU tons cargo a
FHcfteT$>? °lP<
Bai amtia, Brit stair, Saunders, t¿MJ
tons, »J hours, D enterar a, 0ü tona
general cargo, ft tone general cargo
(irsiibhlpmeotJ, 8 horses and 19) paseen
'lo Hoyal Mail 6team rocket
ST
Sr Cooix Banith <4
IV boars, Barbados, 4Á1 tons cargo am
To iti •• •
21 pasavugers.
Kail. 1.6J0 tona.
»d
George 1L Alston ft
DETAnjuma*
Mabia OkL Vail, Venes boat, Salsiar, I
tone. FsuriMtar, sundry pkgea mdse.
Crown or Castilk Ur it stmr*. MeKlIlop.
Demeraro, targo la traneit.
By Tdsd bblpplng ft TraJiug Ou, Ltd.
DiHh.
llirutifA Catauva, Venes sloop, Sala-
xsr, £t toon, Cristobal Coloti, euadry
pkg«-s
Fi ssANirrm, \ cnexlioet,1 tons, Fampo¬
ur, sundry pkgea uidse.
Jovij« Fk-ima, Vencí l«osL Talaba, 7
tons, I’amiMUr «sundry pkgea rod*#.
N< oí i itii FuivtK, Ur It stair. Nsylor,
I 7M tons. New York, flJUbag* Td+a
1-utiNV ft tugs Yens# cocoa, 270 bags
\ sues cocoa, Urnsbipmsntb Md bags
Vcnex oeuonuts. Ill pkge* old metal.
4VJ tnupi Kutujak t’O tuosb 1M pkges
«hips sitsea. 27 pkge* oil, tons bun¬
ker umI, 11 psAseugera. By Gordon,
(•rout ft Coy. l-td.
r«s« Wiilkm V , Dutch stuir. AarenU.
LVAMous, l*ara(uarlW\ iA>bag*T‘ds4
enuoa, All lags Venes cocoa, I.7Ú4 hrls
iJJU tonsi Tdsd enures lake sipbalt, fiS
Lrts (4! tone) V enta bltumen. 72 loga
.irioei». 72 loga
By Boyal Butch
cedar, 2 passenger*.
Mali (left 2bthk
Fia A st ft Brit stoop. Kteming, U tons,
fit. KltU, sundry pkgas mdse, 2 paasau-
ger*.
FftMKUuuk, UrU si^op.Ctowd«n. 19 | c
Greaada, sundry pages mdse, 1(1 pa*-
Megera»
GN«be TrtuUad IAmwUI tsnvaTribids*l
Ne« York «luOransds ou tbs Xl.i
r. Wi and ie due
rfiktblfiU
i to unite there ua
UftAMV M MIX ttuw 1MB — \ou um)
fio pÉfUMHft f(N UldllMUy Ills Khftt
vom hfive at hufid u botAJe uf « snuéjiu
Msalfif UH. Pox couftlia, nolfis, mw*
Sffiftt, bnNMÚu toBuMss. lb It iivckv
fibU, fur s—üii Bfiffif, htiilflfifi, spemtae
it lu wiwifiM. ww nr mkh mtm.
ulcers und thfiMWlftltfifi Mfiqueatli B-
uhtejl*«l'-r. U fiuaiu fifi lurtlfiiimiul
^ use, fifijt «hut will i
MPf upjulHtfiBWlUrflfitlUtvuveft I
CLOSING OF MAILS.
The Bufir for TaLogo vie MansauilU per
tLMs*t’ will Im Ou#ed Zk
Wsdsesdsr 1st Msy at 1L90 par. BegU-
pit* HegU-
tnMaatitnn.
" tor fiss Fafix, Bar aneas au.l
Malla tor
Cledad IMIvur by the a*. “ Be I La” will
tie rinsed aw Tburaday hid laetaat at IU
•Kiri ^ is. praetaely BsgisUattow
* loses sttnais.
Itw mails fm New Yorkarsl i-nsa uef as. * Maracas" wilt beckswd on hitilay
%d May u« 4 |sut Br^stralksi at AJU mns«
Udlt (or NnuariU) by the a.a.
* Merowiyue will be eloaad oo Monday
the tth iautuut at lu e'etotk u ra. new.
eisaly nStfUtow «toara at 0^01 a.m7
Ths mall* >ur New Yelk rarts. 'liars
urn* will he elwsd *o Twasdsy 7th May
at II an. Kofitotratiw ul Mtau ul
Warts are disfimtfiiaiefiU
appear «bes trafilad with I
C utfi Cure.
that dh
Hulkw#|f'4

THE
9.8.0 VOL. XXXI
TRINIDAD. WEDNESDAY MAY l 191U
DAILY
ttUlUlENTNc. 30 DanW’d 6
A (u |Miiit socepled by M%
O arkt) coatalelsf drawing, dialog *Q<1
llm* large belroomt wl h dressing
room, filrctrlo light aod *»wersg# In*
allied. A only to Ernest Eehsl at
M«nn O. ÍC Alston h Co. Mi; lit
1912.
I,null Rent.- * avruL 1I(Ll-1i
Q miles (rom T* trigos Htatloo, water
ao«f Nvm{« lili on Carriage hna««
nod stabling f w two horses. Biot fJU.UU
per month.—lit M*y,—lm.
Ml)K HKNl',—Coat l»*g« etmodiooi and
A. esraforUbU property at San Jiao,
former!/ beioogiog to Mran. BIsgsrt,
eoatUtlog of largs re*U«oer, s’eb'ts for U
horse*. cmiaga boast, t*rvs»t room»» 1
frait Iran, Tara gras*, Ualoea
grate. Hirer nuU# bear» btfch
room ltd# of fiver, 10 mientas from 1UU*
way 8utloa and 25 mitotes drive (rom
Fart-obSpsta. Imm^iate poasesdoo.
Ap? birsst—l«t May
i.'Ull lUi.Vr-i l’j*l cotí aod oouifor-
Jt> table latully lesUleocr, No, S3 C nut i
aol Banlevard witherer/ rooventenc#. half
a*mioata*« vr«lk from Hi V air Oar. ÍW
aeseloa Isi/noe- rfPor farther pavtfoaUtt
arply W Woodford B;reet or telephone
102 —April 80ib—lm.
lAUkKiiN'r—N* 2BJ fielafi
1 CJONCOllD DUniJY *40. 1 Four I
1 Wheeler *30.11 Van and Waggon*
PLAN BIG CUBAN CANAL.
PROJECT TO CUT ISLAND IN TWO» I
WARD PRICE & CO. AUCTION SALES
jw5f
alte *90. 2S«ooni) Hand í|erneM *y60
each. 1 l‘on/ *00, I’anlculars at 40,
Marin* Square, (Tbe Jlazaar Btorv) —
April IPth-dro.
Havana, April 0,—A canal !e planned
to cut Cuba io two to that ocean going
•le&mere may tail through tbe centre
of the Uiaod. .
I The pevaone back of the enterprise
hare not yet anoonced their Identity,
but they hare engineer* in Balita
«»*».»«»!»« *. t®?1*
v* tnao to assist op learn. Aieeftanicai
Auctioneer* Vaiurre, Retóte Agente
and Accountant*.
THB CITÍ SÍLB BOOHS.
20 Frederick Street—'Tel 118.
Goods rece 1 red for «ale at all time»
Mechanical
i>eo IK Daly, l’ro erltk Strict.-April UJih
- lw.
\ \f AN’Tl.r».—Coiirpetent young man
W« foroüi<'« woiktmui lie able to
do Shorthand and Typewriting aleo
write a good legible hand. No begin*
tiers nrctl apply to 0II ’ c/o " Portof
SpainGazette" April 2tf-Iw.
AN'TEO UUAUDKRS-UU. 11m.
CharbonnA. Ñ. 23 Clifton Mtreet
City. I*ege to lofomt her in soy frfond
and other* that *be le prepared to
supply board to a limited number
at moderate ratea CuUine fauitieee.
—Bbe ie al n prepared to t ke
in a few children from the country
deeirou* tf attending school In the
city limito attention guaranted—
April 2nd. 1912.
~ forIsale.
Mounts Pelier Estate,
300 acres
1 BOUT o”# mile from Scarborough
1 Wbtrf, T»ba?o. In (he cocoanut
plant ng district. apply to
IV. .1. K TUCK Ell.
2 t ' ard Street.
I»or •«rSpain,
April 27th—Jo).
FOR HIRE.
Motor Launch ‘Orchid.’
A Comfortable aod Seaworthy boat.
Beating capacity for 15 poisons,
Fnnaia •
Hre Manda *150. Return. *7.00
(lanparee A l*t«l Ooudre 6 00 ,» 10 0)
Mono* .*70), Return .12-00
Chacacbcraio 0 00, „ 15 00
lUrbmirTrips ÍI00. waiting prbr,50c
Moonlight Excursion* *3.00 per hour.
For further particulate apply to
L. II. BABANTA,—d/unogcr. a,p 0.
N. Dl CAPUA & CO.,
Janlh n <0 Watchmaker*.
Laid t A^HORi MK.NT Or
JEWELLERY, WATCHES, ETC.1
t>N fUNl).
COMi’LLTK «tuck of Optical
night toal«t to-curately arvt free of
barge suitable Olaaaea applied.
Ail kind* of Jewellery nuvie to order.
Jewellery, Wah lies, N|>*(.taclM, Ai. |le
• 1 and tmaranteed OUiUoa and
if!
ii9i
P colar R»ad.
Apnl SO.h,
Apply to D. M. Uahn
FOR RENT—Peroisbel from May 15
Nú. 1 lUrektok Hu, Utatr» a com*
(ortable bou-a In a owl breeiy poditun
overloklog theOre1, aod surrvui)ded by m
large roaag*nt«o. Btthlicg, elec ne iigb
andSsjrvsot'á (o>«o*« Apply oa the pn>
tutees, or telephone 75 -April ¿y,
¡fjRKHSrün '¡iALB.~i47_roU~
A mora Arense eoastHlag ol drawin,
room» dialog room, 4 bedroom* (two with
dresiiag room* ad; duiog) Urge ga’Iery l«c-
ing Norh and K«*o, Biabl# and otu»i out
othose. For fanber p«reirol«r< spp'y h>
Nu. 18 Cbtcjn Sire*».—Apiil 25lh—lai,
IjijK KENT.—4í, JerBÍo¿h*ra Areour,
J. luroUhed preferably. For ptriicoUrs
apply to John Maceuv»4u, Jeroiogiuai
Avenne.—April 21.—Im.
i,lOrt KKNi' furorshad or oot, for *ix
J» mooitu or oa* year—from 15th oi
end ol April. Tbe ** Foliage” Circa’»*
Kjtd Btn Fernando—drawiug, dlaltig, 3
bed loom*. dre*siogJirooui good ai>b*
ling and motor tuase. Apply «o L» M,
RonsoV ataboy xldreta, April 2t,—lm.
TAOIt RENT.—Store—A splendid Bust
Jj neea Stand, at Fnnoea Town, lately
t»oate I,bl. No
belter sltuatloa obtainable iu thla (mi
growing district. Fitting* Complete, iu
i lading t large plate glaaa show w IoJowh,
Lucks lore Ax, Kent moderate. Apply to
Mru. FaNNr McLlan Prince» loan
April ÍUU—liu, _____
F>tt KK.Ni'—No, 7d l**moruke Birret.
PoaMSeioo 15thM*y. App'ytoB. N
Pampallom* & Co., Aunt Ivvit—lui.
tiiliE-H) Il.l'. OAUALL.U
**• CAR—Per hour or day. Apply
UllKIU ilKOd., 4 tiu Vincent Btreei.
Apr» 17th—lm.
I^Ull RENT. — Marine Uesidruce-
A’ Be tie-Vue. The healthiest and
IM;st situated place at Uaspatee,
Hiegert’s Ray, with ail conreufeuce
fur a lar^e lauilly, will be vacant on
the ItlOx Apnl, mi. Apply to AL
HKliT A. Bikukht, Biegert* Fadlory,
ilaorge street, tí & 8,—Apnl lü. -Itn.
lilOit HEÑI.—Futnlahed for tí. 1J or
-L’ 18 months, detached house with
â– tabling, adjomlagjSt. Clair
Ihtoe sitting rooms,.three bed rooms,
two dresalog rooms, bath room up*
â– taire, usual oliicea. Vacant from 1st
May. For all further particulate apply
to— K. 0. Bkjnnek, Peuibury. Ol.
OUlr, orat tbe U.M.B.I*. Cue uillcei,
Marina Square—March tílst—lui.
which takes In (be Ko*jue canal The
ebglaeere are reported to be extremely
reserved regarding the identity of
their employers.
Two object* are aimed at by the
canal. One ie to alforja quicker nasa*
age from tbe Panama Cana) to New
\ork and the other ie to aSord quicker
transit between Cuban porta. It now
require* a day and a half for coast*
wise ateamee to make the rua iron
Havana to Cieofuegoe. but with a
canal cuttlog tbe island In two near
Matarifes, taa trip would be reduced
to a few hour*. Inis would of course
mean the saving of much coal a* well
a* ti me, and steamer* would gladly pay
canal tolls.
FURTHER DETAIL.
Havana, April 7.—Ninety millions
of dollar* i* the turn which I* estimated
a* requited for tbe building of tbe
proposed trans-Cuban canal. News*
paper report* that Speyer Brot her» of
N. Y. are Interested In the enterprise
to the extent of furnishing the pre
lioiinary fund* at* not credited. Tbi
canal would not be built from Matan-
xas a* wts Intended at first, but from
cardsna* to the Ray of Cochinos.
The engineer* who have been in
Matanzas for several days going over
the ground where Joaquin Cbalons,
ex-secretary of public work* j Louis Cl*
bstefanl and Dr. (Jarrera Justlz
'They called on Uovernor Lecuona at
Matanzas and presented him with a
copy of tbe plans of the canal and ft
desciiplioD of tbo benefit* which It
was said would accrue to the province
if it were built.
HI* proposed that the canal shall
bo built at sea level ami of the same
width as that traversing Panama. It
m intended that the enterprise shall
be purely Cuban, The stock* and
bonds would be issued in B&vadu.
The Canal as planned now would
cross one of the widest sections of
Cuba, but the formation of tbe country
is said to be such as to over couie the
increased distance over other points.1
The narrowest portion of tbe Uiaod
woud be from Marie!, but there are two
objections to it. It would be out of
tlie direct line of ships between the
Panama canal and New York and
second, would have to Uarerse ft
uioublaioous district
A canal from Vardeoaa to the Ray
of Cochinos would lack considerable
of being on a direct Una from the
Panama canal and New Yoik.
T?pR SALE.—Soeed Pony—13 bead»,
JL q«l*t to rids and drive aod a good
•ester, Pdcs *la Apply to Ward
PntCK & Oa» who wiU arraogs for tria'.
AptÜ 2L-lw. *
03, St. Vincent Street.
I HIl exceliest family reddeoee It to be
•old at a reduced price, AU puli*
cnlar* acd «rdat to vl*w on application in
WARD PRICK A 00., Kmts Assets.
—April au.—2m,
PAMPHYLlAH HIGH SCHOOL,
0 I’kmbbokk St.
PE-OPEN3 WW.mJ.j, It M»,.
Av litgVe’AM Fiepiratory Boboo1» For
fad parlicaUri sbp y at oaea.
PATRICK E. ALEXIS,
April 2?th—lw. Fnoelpv.
P0E00MÜLL BI0TÜÍS,
PORTOFSPA1N, TRINI BAD,
RIF./.
09, Qusftit Otvmat,
Silk Merchants,
DBALSItS IN ^
Indian, Egyptian, Hoarla'i. Turkish,
Feniu and Chinese Seeds,
Silks, Cashmeres, |and all kinds of
Embroideries, Curios, Ac»
31st March— Itn,
,ire«l and (luaranteed
iUctruulatliig—NpoclallU. Fine amort
ment of ( oral .IcmtvI» -No. 4|, Jligb '
1 ci n in i t, \prtl ¿Mi. *
i tíL,
tost Rotativo.
FOR SALE-
UOUBALE-A Fios Utrgalo !
*■ aod Kod» Ni. T'
bailable lot rssideoos.
CuoM. lit May—Im
siusll
UvUOf
78, Uaocsn Street.
Arpljr toiUwoM
I.VHt BiUtC.—A siusll Cocea Litsle
' «itsate oa lbs Marsoas raad, 2 mil»»
Irani Bt. Jesopb, 3 rivers only to «tow, 2
ar« bridged, it acres ol land »od« com
totvaUevoltage and oat bmidiags* H^LU*
aod room U*»s I is* beea ihoryu^bly re>
poitsd oas of U»e be», balking piac s is
%Us Mtrac»* riisr. Most te s*id. No
tsasyuabivbd*r rtÍused. IV parlFaifti»
apply pa tbe premises April
I^uift tíábft*—Houss aua um for *ri«
. propstty kausu as N •, ;* Abereiviuby
btresU Apply to A. MiCftAtKft» lu3
(jasen buss* orouth* prewtsss. Aprq
au-.Im.__ _
ÍaI>R OabE—AjU Leagtiis at iwy-iuab
A Wrosght Iron Ualraoissd TCHltB
iNtv) UlMi toBliliiosUBl. 1’artMH).
Ins (root Messrs tSMiru KoutHTSOM A Co
^.AprU Hth—I».
I'WirBXl3í.~l‘iv|.rtr No.' M Ml.
1 Rau Road, ooutaiog 4 Bedrooms,
Drftwiog and Ldoiog Roímos with large
gallery aod usual out oflloo*
— ALVO —
Uno Bisel frame building, suitable
or a eburcb, school or pall. For
tMtrtlculars please apply to AUiuu
ilEXDica, W bouih Quay.—March Ja
lua
pOUBALE-A UAHUAIN-lbat uom
A1 (ortaUs sued strougiy built rosldsnra
•'lljritoa.* situated at (A« sosasr ct tbs
aavaamüt aod m. Uair Aimsu* at pssmat
oowi piad by Mr. Drey fas "v^^tiejr larga
drafting and dialog room iargs ¿mliTrtes
k*orUi emit aad west, t «iiUug roam, 4 tod
rooms. 4 dressing rooms, balk room aud
lavatory, pautry, kitebsu all nadar i«*
ruoL Largs yard wtUi «bolos fruit tiftos
aj»d eoatafolng 4«Mr*aaU room*. 4 »Lai la
lyg* carriage bens*, ssrvaam, Uufa «u
For further pariiukbw* ml/ to Mr 'I
Fisxu at ito» tkliMaUoa CNtío« m l> hi
ijMsaoaFaik West—March U-ftu
lilUll BALtt-Tbat vahiaVAe lot
i; load known a*1*5, Uariu Mug
and id, Boutb Quay wM^ "**
and blote, and Cm «ok
/
JOHN DANIEL, residing In Calls
«fa wileute. It UuanUnamo. Cuba,
would like to know the vrhereauwte ot
his sun, THOMAS MA8KLIN» DANIKL
abo. i» JHfSK resided with bis mother
LOlflSA LAFLKUR *>t ClUClCmAlU,
ou Nrlwn Street. I», Tortof Spain, the
props*ly ot Mr. Cbarlsa FaWsn. AnV in
loriuatiou leading to tU* wlwre*»*>ut« n(
the said TIIOMA8 MAbKLIM) PAMKI»
oroil.OUlSA LAFLEÃœR, will Uslhauk
lull/ isoaUsd, and would be eonsidrrwJ
a perwuai favour by
Your* restwvtfuUv,
^ JOHN DANIEL
Calle Oriento, 11.
UuaitUuama, Cuba,
___April Mlh. lt>U
T/fE
Royal Mail Steam Packc
iMFOSTisr JLimnoss lum
SAOS JREiNGSUSSTS.
j \N and ftftn 1st June. 101A the
\ / Cviuuiu 1 and Ooiumu 3 ratas for
Transatlantic passage will be abolished
aud Coliium 2 itsta >riii be la future,
described as Mieiiuuiu Hate: whilst
supuUmeuts will ba charged for su»
parlor aocoutuodation.
•|1)enuuibei ofHioluJum Bate cabins
wiU ba largely increased.
tíutpUtuvuU will be psraUe for
â– Ingle voyages only and will not be
subject W any abftlame.it.
Tbe family abalauwot Transat*
lamieaily will, in future, ba 10 % trota
tbs Minimum Itataiu favour of families
travelling together, payiug for the
tingU Jourmy tbe wuiftlrai of three
¿dulUTrassaUatUo faiss.
Katuni tiekate will be availed))# for
24 CaUvodar usoetha and eannot be
extended beyond that lima
Fassangvi* usay break tbeir voyage
at asy of the loNatalUle ports ou *U
hr»» aod *e*»«d deas ticket* oa the
Malu l will not l«e prrsuuy but uotioe must
iejtvMi al reembarcado a.
Tae baggag* allow ano*, in future,
wilt bet owl. for sack adult first class
poaaeager. t cwt, for -
JUST • RECEIVED,
EX “ OIIURO."
60'Bags Cotton Seed Meal |
Ex “ Gongos "
082 DAGS XO^ 1
NAGRA_RICE,
300 ring*
|Spial Clean UrharDhol.
FOR BALK-BY
T. GEDDES GRANT.
#, BROADWAY
TO BE SOLD
-BY-
rUBLIC AUCTION
ValuaUle and Desirable
Stores,
OFFICES AND RESIDENCE.
FAVOURED by Instructloo* received
from the Truttem of tbe Ut« Uon.
Gao. Goodwllla, the undersigned will
oiler for Puhilo Competition on Wed*
nesdsy the 8tb day of May» 19U,
between the hours of one and twop.no,
the following valuable properties t—
17 CH &CON ST. -Twoetorled bulldJog
with large yard End outhouses
Sewerage Installed. Building
of recent date, at present oc¬
cupied by Messrs. Smith Bros.
& Co, as a Uarage.
19 Fíl&DBIUCK ST. —Two-storied Iron
and stone building. Sewerage
installed» at present occupied
as a Dry Goods store by Mr, &
Roulisslere.
21 FREDERICK ST-Two-.torird Ivon
and stone building. Sewerage
lootailed, at present occupied
by Messrs. Strong & Co.
29FREDEUICK 81*. -Two-storied iron
and stone building. Sewerage
installed. These buUndiegs
comprise those premises at pre¬
sent occupied by Messrs. 8.
Dreyfus & Co., A, £. Jscobwm,
and tbs office, until recently,
rented by Mr. Jefferson Davis
on Lbalf of tba General Retro*,
(euu ProperUes,
ERROL PARR, Sr. AKNS.—TbI. t»|
s.s.
Wo» Sr«wpo»t Btmixrm,
4,451 Tona
Borwlnd Star
SBtr^RlVBn COALS.
IEkIS.S. Chonnb—From OaltolU,
1,021 Dags No. 1 NAGrtA RICE
-34U,. FANCY RICE.
. Xjc 8.8. vltAllACAS from XHW iOitt.
5 Casei Buttor-6 lb Tins
61 Kegs „ 331b Ea<
W. STEDMAN ARCHI
64, South Quay.
15th Much 1011
Bakes
Roasts,
Broiles, Toasts
Perfectly—Ue&ta'wjLjli water and s9d
iron, quickly. Heat concentrated ftt
bottom of pot,*keetlg or p»a—nowhere
else—Kitchen cool,
HEW PEEFECTIOH WICK, '
BLUE FLUE.OIL COOK STOVE
lliid«»l.",^0Sr^ipIS "«} do «nything any stove wUl do <
br Bir G. T. renwick, bu “>d wiiid. it Mt»r.
n"■ J“!>» «*•» •* whu tim
etc. In addition to the private
grounds there are 14 acres of
(and admirably suited for|teaa*
tog and building lota,
TERMS OASIL
Wost OM ConrtLw
OJImAo. t M VHC€nt¿trut-T,uKóZ\
• tmm ¡i»—segve or servaai i asd 1 sat,
for seek etaeieg* er deck ns saw» gar.
Cxoess will b» ehaim UTA pee «wi.
For furl bar puHteuUr*, plsm
iC'ltuYAtx^TO^w PAtxrr
Moilu. rCrdw
u»l M
Ayrttll.
I B|i»ia
Important!
To Htinjorlrt*. Tfanitottn-
Mt> itnd OiiltUrlslM.
■" -O*— «■
fpilE Director of JI.M. 6 G. Oixbeatra
J lies* to wodsr an Invitation to thrws
Hhosrs Intcroated iu pls/lng any of the
above inktrumunis to Join thi« Or>be»tre
five of chaigc. It makes no dlrtvrvnoe
»briber you hsv* a koowtofge of
Marie <« not. The management wiji
teach you io a tuont tboivugb man
ner. Hsm«mber be who U ever growing
into the best is ronstaotly enjoying
(be beat: therefore appreciate your
opportuolly, or be depreciated, lor far
(per information, addivoa
6rt uiu, 41 Frederick Street.
April 27-Jw.
Private Boarding House
AT SAN FERNANDO,
MUA NOHA CAUTRRFms locotfy
ttatste i*wili»giQ uke aod ac-
esmodsts 4 to * D «ardors (Usallecnea or
L«dUs| la her os*lf bods fxcsilvnUy
•I Bite! aod*«ry ejismofioiis aad con
foitobis b imw, N<«. )5/i7 Ktate Bj-ett,
8 a F«utJ<>l freo) 1st M l*roa|# tits DoauJrrt are a*sur«4 that
«bey wi I vvesiv* svtry aUsorioa sol
tbsir eowfori aad eoavenleare wUl be earv
IsilystodM. Moathly tern».
•i^irieu'ars swppUtd na «Mdka'taa,—
April JOib —In.
OIL WELL
fpRB ftDdsnij|Uv X *.*. " Crows of Gordovs,*' tbt follow*
lag OU \V«di Drtilt&c Mtchlaety, vis t—
One extra heavy S eel De rick» with Dali
Wbsel aod all fitting* Sbeaves-DrUluf
Jars, Wrin^brs, Ssbititotea, Drive Pipe
Elevators, Bril Draring Swivats, Wire
Hops Drlliieg Swivels, Block»,
<|s1s'epsl* with 18" sbetvto* so'
beariog «wlvsl bra*
F. J. SCOTT & SON.
Govt. Auctioneers.
Further particulars and Information
I on application to us at No. 12 8t*
| Vincent Street, Port-oí*3paia«
COMMERCIAL AND MUSICAL
00 TO, OR 8KXD FOR
F. FARRELL,
rpIlF, well known Book Hinder, Copyist,
X Transponer and Teacher of Mask.
Gaiter end Mandoline, etc., etc, Oa head
for sale. Guitar and Quatro, Local nr
IVanapiog Chord Books |lAu and |L(U rs<
specrively. Addren» Nov D3 Z^iveoUHs ¡
Road, Opposite Jtoseblil Morarían eharch I
A CARD.
L. L. MEIKLE,
Surgeon Dentist.
No. 1, B«lle K.0 Rood,
Ualaiont,
April
{YOU ARE LOSING MONEY AND.
avavjr day yoUL Pat ore V.liig
SCHUMACHER STOCK PI
IT BAVE3 YOU FROM *5 TO *3 PER TON AS COMPARED f1Ti
STOCK FOOD. Earlobes aod Increases Flow of MILK.
_7. :f
i'radacte^Oorn, Barley, Wheat,‘Floor,
OradenVotaln ...BrAH^rr“¿ Awaltsis
rfbr*
B.PÍ. I1UI Wi" Sal< ** **0*0 IUI8UI J.
TO BE IMVESTED. ' PALATABLE
A FJRTUBR •.urn ot *23,000 tt mod.
.rot. t.U ot intoruu
B. B- LOINS WORTH,
April mh-Jm. ’ J,*rt SUnt’
THE TRINIDAD MUSICAL HALL
—FOR—
Qjrf^f*|gi*fgY Songs, Waltzes and Lancers.
toarlog «wlvsl bfa*, brorxs bo»hv< tn San Fernando fat the revueef oj A PART from Musical Instrumenta,
tbroogboaS Oaft qaadrapls with 18M »#*any parianfa.) Ak. Btriags, at shsavet and shkkle.) Fisbisg teal», Wire T«.aruo»« . •» 4(2. ai«u receivedl tbs follewlM dd Edition
Itw,», mta — - Songs» What U the world wlthoufeyou»
Vot' farther partlculsis aud prices Ft It DALY Will attend at bis Saa Fer- AU that leak is love. The Uor* Scout,
a, WW Fftrucuisis auq pricev, X/namloüffloe.43. High Street (omxmlte Beautiful garden of roaea, l woodet vrhe*»
Appty so Messrs. Daigliesh ¿¿Cari every Monday. I* kissing her now. tyntawbere, Goose
_ m m m __ a Uuaraoteed expórtenos In "Uold Grswoa, over the garden wall., k*U to aad follow
RCtnCsOI Dn RUBIi Bridge work aad all modem Dentlatry. m«t Nobwif knows nobody «area, eta. go.
. . . .. .. *; .. . . , Moderate Charge*. «0, Frederick btr^. Edition i Thom. Itoona. Until, AUent,
Agent for IVkus Uackmtoth IVtoieain Portof bpala* and 43, Utoh Street, éfaa Dace, Parted, Douse aiug tome. Feld
Tool ftai Dj.iog C\( L d, Fernanda— April
PorCef Spela,
April 22,
□sen's 1/bong’Annual
QlnjcTw *" â– 
HOME * INDUSTRIES
ASSOCTATIOX.
si, rvod.rtou HO,
We iwve m latrgo hw( uu-tetl i
kOkiL Akiu urigiiutl .kutulHM nf linot
ltuliiuid, etc. iu wirier uokturo. i
UmmI «IcMCri doy¡
U). tu» «ilk ; tlcliciou» Uer-
nwu búcuiu, fhris daily, Kid|
glu« t>* cioeued. |
¿rt?Í“.ÍY T TRINIDAD.
I. Un Uip,.o>. o»«rt ot Tri>ldo4
No, itiotieii Io'^*•
O.jidu—ifüd.tui
and
ll« AJofl.i.tr.tor Oeowol-DU.od*«t,
nUBLIO NOtlCB ü hu.b,
.^.•íSiMSíJJKSraj(GEORGE E. MCLEAN,
(1 tíjfjfi th* gaitar by securing oo« of
b. I «yndusaa a temoue Chords moot rrsofntían
Between I with oorrect gogering marks foronivou^
ipereopr. Ussuns on ail atriog lustré
J menu, Hr D. E. HYtfDMAN.
StudIo->2i Frederick Street,
A who died Oft th# 1Í b diy ol W&tch Btp&inf JcWCllWj
r, JDUi. at St, James VlUsgv, In
avd a Masftrapo, te tU lsla»« of $0 «4, FHKDKIlK’IC HT.
4, sgalost tbs shorn Bemad 4e> 9
elalsaisg a Greet of Probate la n . _
Fe?» ol Law, the saiA WUl
CHEAP WATCHES. CLOCKS AND
£ii^m. W ” M“4*r' “• JEWELLERY.
A pleasant and perfect foniflf 8
medical principias «xtsMlwi
PURE COO UWIi;
n ceosbloatloa with thsdsÉ
wiLDcnxxar, kxtxacioxx
txjMFooNu srai'P or :
G0D0LÍ3A-
beat and most paiaubis a
poonds. 7
Try Cowl : Price II |
â–¡â– tit h.
^ RAWLINS'S
April Í4. luí. *9, FAI
lav of M«y. 1812. —
OlNr IB.lJ.'vSIÜgSSír*
i*urt Ol-Spato.
WILLIAM
Spectacles and Bye Glasses to
' suit alt Sights
muclean,
Tim IlEK HIVE. ' I
'â–  t"r. IVuA aud Vonbrak, Btt,
PLEA8E_ NOTE.
ol*. â–  . Hi. LU48EU, lora.rlj Butor of Ih.
AWAI1PK0 l.t IVIM Tri.bUd lUblU- I 111 llrn'. l’uk Hotí b.» to Ufora
(ioa, iUfi. ittviiM roar IniMiiloa to I bis (riceds end easUMuere that he has
bislksuv H Shisk MaMi'SMTUNr. All ha IJolasd the Bartering EstaUUhmeat of
aais foe U a trial tods», and If he dues not | Mesar* IWlrituu llrtn'*' "*"■
deuiuasltftbt lo «**» «*-• »*- *
*» Rom a. o.
w H.iU.
Smith Bota|
UFFBR FOR i
Ez 8.S. ‘*Ma
41 Otto Finest UAYAHA (
I.'Jüü Gonehas Flota-*
2UJU Londres—
10(W Ca*adom—*m
[And.ei Recent JnWl*
c
i Ou, mu/jUAN cm*-
Uom.oI luiMiaoa _ .
an Cuq finest old FOIL,
00 CunRT IIAFUAbL
lW.Ouw OLiuMAKUKaOTj^
3D Cam o AITKR* DBiiWf'j
Wi’nn* F.*id ft (’taniogfeS**
BRISTOL 1 KBPKhblB* 7
CHA CUN BlJfgAT,
10th February 1911
SINCUINEAU Sift
1‘rorhlon, Oxee
COMMISSION MEBCHIIK,
» H1..MIV KTllErf.
Vloo.il»
««. <



swith #& read
for wany of

tickets al

thar proe.

Cittens,

for us all to sho

Mnodeot sum

tan the lighteof our duleciiiainyg the ke won | The winnt x
: 4 of dpe, twoeiin three pl 6 6 fiim Na Fraser and Rev see iat ears and bis Jock were
philinge to astiimcraptia bot but for | wey 4 tn way bark to the paddock
svi bh ave ghall be given cos cat that PON dee oa and Me MB Donald par mutud gave a profit of $240 on
seontd de cheap ab dunble 1 treble {* mtb a teons Ma TR Gilea tea Vee, tu hot puri need “on ee

Many use thre Unites tye PR UM fb awrenee, Tinw forthe thee Lata 3 eo

Ladies Motor & Evening Scarfs

In Silk, Chiffon, 'andjGauze with Tinsel from 72e to $3.09.

Silk Cord, Hat

-— AND —-

DRESS GIRDLES

THE NEWEST IN
Fancy Silk Trimmings
TASSELS AND BALL FRINGE,

h

the same



Rd

"aE h-

[oe ae me

THE

moMe °

KWEN BUYING

Is the key note of all successful business. So it is with
the Merchant. Letit bo so withthe buying public.

WE ARE KEEN BUYERS,

and this fs our firat consideration in our Business.







We try to find ont the very best and cheapest manutactures in England and
America for our Goods, for the benefit: of our Customers.
adding more and more satisfied customers to our inereasing business.

Every day we are

BECAUSE WE ARE SELKING THEIR INTEREST,
CONTINUE TO SUPPORT US; THAT'S ALE WE ASK.

aT
daughter, Mr. and Mra. Janes Skeoch,
Nr. Freeman, Mre. Buck and? child
Miea André Mr b
Canon

Braoch, Mi



FARKEWALL PRRFORMACE IN NEAT

UNIFORM,

A Concant, the proceed
devnied 0 the benefit of
Lovey's Band, w pe
rinces Building om Monday night
next, theeve of the departure of this
»putar string band for a tour of the
nited States. This will be tbe pul i
lic's laet opportunity of hearing the
hand for scine time, aml will be the
fret. appearance of the latter in their
smart new unforme
nent focal artistes, both Jadies and
Rentletnen, are being asked to kindly
consent to contibute to an exellent
ramme, which will include some
he Bands latest * star”
while Hie Excellency the Governor fe
approached with t
the obtalnlog of bie patronage and
Terence on the orcaston.
be the Hint time that a benefit per-
fornuance haa ever beea held on bebalf
of the Band, and. we feel confident
thet tle Tetnidad publlc—always «a
eporting one —will rive bo Ube orcamion
response to the appeal,
he players Inve te leave
Tehind thent fanlies dependent on
them, for whom provimon bas to be
uithde beforehand, and it will
ganas tite (even If humediately © ie-
cosstal) befure the bread-winners will
be able to vead them out the inone
necessary for their support. We
think this an excellent opportusity
oucappreciation of
the pleasure they have alforded us in
the past, and even tbose wou will be
tnalde to attefd, wil be showing
their syanpathy dl ihe nore by taking
l tts look at



LATEST N



i.
Flowers, F

R Siar.
and Mra,

Hagill Johnetone, Me. Geo Fitzgerald,
Mins Corder, Miss
bolth, Mr and Mis. Randolph Rust,
L, Atkineon and patty, Mr. T
Worth, His Loniship the Yishop of
Trinidad and Mra, Welsh, Mr. Hobe: t-
sou, Mr. ‘I. Wilaon, Mrs, Aloock, Mr,
Munro, Mr. Fergusson; for Harbatos ,
Mrs. LM, Hobeon and 3 children.

———E—Ee
THE TRINIDAD DANCE
ORCHESTRA.

LOVEY 8 BAND.

@ of which

Several promi:

Thia will



WATERMAN-Tho Pionscor of Choap Pricos,





have cojeyed their miusle, seldom, if
ever, have we ever been tefused an
encore, while on many occasions the
Band bas fissa its services gratisin
som charitable cause lt urthermore,
we cannot but think that the tour of
the Band will bedelng much towarda
Dringing the name of the Colony ita
prominence = tt is now our turn todo
what Nettle is required of ws, and we
feel conthlent that we shall be able to
report a record calo ot tickets anla
Duanper house.







Massiah's Colinton, a

piss Ww so many,



TRANQUILITY SQUARE TEN-
NIS TOURNAMENT.

Tur above Tournament has reached
the seint foal etages and it ie hoped
the finale will be played off on Satur.

ofinterest

One mile—Valued
alleacoles and fo

Si dollars,

day,

XS will Le seen by the results some
very close matches Look place Inthe
wedtch Sie, A. Taitt and Mies Bishop
ve IT Gendenving ani Miss Fabry,
the former parr won the Hest set 6-4
anl were 6-1 lo the second set and
et Chey loeb that eet and the match.
Husteatlng the old asying that a
math is never won until the fast
Bteoke Is galned,

The following are the resulls —

Ate Braver and Miva Penwick won
{ -6,0 5, 6-4 from. Mr P. Glenden:
nhag and Mus Owen,

Mr Lictlepage and Miss A. de Ver.
teal won 4d-th 6 5, 7 3S fvou Mr fsa,
Mc Donatd and Mis Gladys Bushe.

Mt Andereon and Miss Seigert won
6-6, 5-t, 6—U from Mr. Uileh and
Miss Goellnicht.

Me HH, Glendeoning and Miss Fahey
wou t 6, 6 5 6 & from Mr. A,
Tartt and Miss Bishog.

Mit Dielt and Mees TL Basha won

G yrs, O09 lbs, (A. Borde)

Mr DUC, Oa Costa’a bm,
Iteproach, 6 yre, 147 1b. (F.C.
Lounet}

Mr. Nelon‘scf. Darling, jyears
30) 18.40. Landon).

W110, did not come out, leavin,

second time that da
maxtinun penalt

preces, figured in the bettip

at te
at once Borde drove Colinton

hight weight’

iH 1, oe from Mi, J. Hust and Mis | whe wasworth, A proachto
seaghton, ,
Mr W Hateagin and Mis Wilaon mile tho niare cut Datilag

won O-5, 0-6 0 4 from Me Law
tencoand Miss Alston?

Mi. BL Litllepage and Mise de Vet-
lew won 6-3 6-5, frum Mr. Fraser
and Aiea Peawlen

Mr Forel andl Mr, Glendenomg won
6-1, -%, fro Mi.
Ma, lowcue?

Me, Lenagan and Mre, Hewlett won
366 4. 8-2 frow Me, Hatragin aod
Mis. Witsan,

Aft, Uarsagin aad Mr, lau woo
6-¢t U-]. from Mr. Mariott and
Mi Coonslis,

Mla Pield and Mr, Glendeonia

together when

et be straight for .un bome,

whips Hew,

ing on the mare, be

Jengt!

SO

ON SHOW AT



All
Shades



THE LATEST IN

see Pp wer

PORTOHSPAIN GAZHITE WEDNESDAY MAY f 1918












Me. Lenagan and Mra, Ilewlatt won
3-0, 6-5 6-2 from Mr, Hl, Glenden-
ning and Niss Fahey.

THE DEMERARA RACES,

CILINION BEATI REPROACH ON
KASTER CREOLE HANDICAP,

The defeat of Reproach by De.
the Demerara
Spring Meeting having come asa eure
the following
account of the partioular event aa
recorded inthe Dally Argosy, will be

:
TIE EASTER CREOLE NANDICAP
00; opened to
to winners of
creole races. First horse, $1%) and
aweepstakes of f dola pp, 2nd horee,

De. 12 5, Massiah's be. Colititon
1 .

gz] ents subsequent assault op appellant,

3] trate wrongly excluded evidence of the

Trainer of winner. Mr. McLean,
Dattlog carried 25 lb. overweigh
Mazeppa O1 1b, Revenge 83 tb, aa

race to the three horsea named tabore.
Inspite of Reproach having for the
to shoulder the
of 47 J. such was
the confidence of backers ia her that
* befora
Colinton. But a surpttee was to etore,
‘The three horses went off level, and
to the
front, making the pace as hot as possl-
bie and takin gevery advantage of bis
Afterhin came Darl-
sng length and a half behind and last
ofall Reproach being ridden for all

the half
jown and
went upon Colinton with whom she
tan level and the two horees were still
they entered the
Hoth jocks
urged their mounts Lo the utmost and
A furfong frou: home Re.





ender roach was halfa length to the good
KE, Wilvon and Cut then Bords on the inuide putioaas
spleadal bit of riding and, welghe tell-
; brought Dr.
Masiah’s great creole to the front and
(olington won a fice race by two

je annd a ecene of the greatest
unthasiasm. It wasa popu ar win, a
Hiting Babb toa successful meeting,





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APPEAL COURT.

(Before Ste A. V. Lucie frm, KE.
Oyu and Justices Swan and Rua-

i. .
a ——

HEARINGS,

Paiute v ALLEN :—~Mr. F, 8. Lacha-
pelle for appellant (Philip) and Mr. Ly
A, O'Riely, for reapondent

le was an eppeal agalast an order
of Dr. Blackwood Wright, City Ma-
gittrate, refosing toconvict Alfen at
the Inatance of Philip far sasault and

battery tye ‘
She Chiet Justice : Oana person Pp.
frow @ magtetrate’s refusal
convict unless he enters into a recog:
nitance ?

Mr, OTUelly eald be intended to take

TMeeday.

Two Special Offers









that polot. vee 1
Mr. Laohapelle contende ! that there

being no provielon for recogoizances

In appeals against refusals ¢q convict, eo “ yr e

euch neces were ooly contami - wt A a og ee

plated for appeals from convictions. gt oe

The Court held that security for
costa sorta hare been giren before

6 & obu es

The srpeal therefore, wae dismissed
with con

ALLEN V Paitin :=Mr, Lachapelle
for appellant (enulp) and Mr, O'Rielly
fot responden

This was an ap;
Hon by the City
elng Philip to ugdergo fourteen days
hard labour for atealing a pair of
braceleta.

From the evidence, It seems thet
appellant and respondent lived toge-
ther for about two years be nian and
wife. Thie relationship wae ruptured
ly appellant transferring his protec-
Hecpondent alleges thar eubsequegt Lo

ndent alle; at subsequen

this rupture OP ant, for whom
ashe wae etill Jaundress at the
time tookaway a pair of bracelets
from > rf room without ber knowledge
acd = tually pawned them. Appel
fant sponds that respondent con-
sent. sothe pawnlog and got part of
the prsceeds aud that thie charge was
the outcome of her desire to get him
beck or & have him punisbed if be
would not come bac!



OFFER NUMBER ONE. iJ

.



from a contic-
agletrate, senten:

.

AVING received repeated shipments of Ladies’ Hats, wehavo de.
H. cided to sell outa part at more than bargain prices. The lot
wo ure offering are oxhibited in one of our Frederick Street Windows,
‘These hts are untrimmed, and are fashioned after the must approved
styles, in assorted shades, Some are worth 72c, and others 060 Make
your selection this week for the smoll sum of only... wes 48¢

OFEER NUMBER TWO.

a, Re
{n order that the above Hats might be trimmed to wlantage we
are offering a special lot of Ribbons in assorted shades and widths,
worth every cent of 24e per yard, for only 2. we see we 120,



~

———— eee

Nr. Lachapello submitted pet, .
the parties and the circumstance that Come Hi rly for Your Selection. -

led to itsrupture as well as respond-





Value Nowhere Like Malllard's,

there was no meosrea. The Magis-





—

One Price Only.

sesavlt, and that vrould have proved
motivefor the larceny case.

Mr, ORielly, la reply, submitted
that the occurrence subsequent to the
origin of the cherge could not affect
thelssue, The case was one of oath
against of bh. and tbe Magis.rate har-
ing believed respondent, co avicted
sppellant. Counsel also submitted
that appellant held the pawn ticket,
nut respondent, aud the ability to re-
deem was his, and thet abillty be was
not likely to exerciva If. as he said, the
woman got the proceeds of the pawn-

Df.

‘The Court reserved Judgment over
the luncheon interval.

The Chief Justice, in giving judg-
ment, aaid he did not thiak the evi-
dence Justified the conviction, as there
was no evicence to go ta the jery.

Mr, Justice Sway, in concurelog.
said that the circumstances of the cass
an not disclose envy felonlous intent at
all.

firsz Caseoey,











Mr, Wharton concluded hie argu-
ments in support of the judgment.
Mr. Aleazar wae etill respondin

AGONY ON
when the hearing was adjourned ti

STATEAENTS OF THE BAR. | OPERATING TABLE

—— ot}

SPONS COUNCIL. Dia. not Remove IiStome 4123 th a
RESPONSIBILITY OF Garm F4idie amen = Blacde
Jounrts, PY” |

Durlog August last I went{to Montreal to consult « specialiet aa I bed am 9
suffering terribly with Btone in the ifladder. He cle ided on ap operates ae
enterday It was pointed out by the | was assisted by another doctor, They said the calculus wae largee than
Thiet Justice that the specis) ground of | and ton bard to crush aod chey could not take ft put. "
eppeal in the matter was not on the . IT returned home suffering

ie. i oo

Nir. WS. Lachapelle for appellant, sald bye fond to ey OLN Pre Thee
that they rel® filed. When | enquiry box and found relief from the pan Oa
wasmede fo the Regltrar'e Officeas to L took dd and a third <
whether three copies were required for @ secoud and at bos
the Court he learot that only oue was PILLS, after which I went bask
necessary. specialiet, He told me the calcules

The Chief. Justice said, it was the Bret uced in alze, still he could 60% ede
time he had beard that, Who made the et it at hough he tried for tvec bees

all,







THE CUIEY JUST b's HEBUAE

In » case which was heard on appeal



Mr. Justice Russell also concurred,

The conviction was accordingly
quashed with costs,

South Bros. & Co, v NEWALLO AND
ANog: Hon, H. A, Alcazar, K.U., and
Me. W. Savacy for appellants (Smith
Hirose, & Co}; Mr. A, Wharton,
K.C., and Mr. E. rie! + Pollard, K O.,
for respondents, Newallo and Leiba,





reapeotively, enquiry $ dd that his clerk did, 5
This was an appeal from « judgment ir fasta cvelece, Deputy, Heglurar, take UIN DILL ne faoy roduet Weep
2

of the Chief Justice staying proceed.
loge Inan action to recover under the
covenant in a# mortgoge deed, on the
grovad that the power of sale has al
ready been exercised,

saldthat if the ground of @ were
filed the duplicate which ocvunsel held
would have on it the stanip of the office,

Mr. Jatbapelle sald, there was no
atamp on bis copy.

The Chit Justice said thatthe metter
wasa serious one and he would cause
enquiries to be made in the legistrar’s
Ofiice. *

Arguments continued.

Later, the Chief Justioa sald that the
clerk whohad to nee after thowe pspers
contradicted counsel's statement.

Mr. Lachapelle.—L apologise,
Honour. it way my error.

The Chiet Justice —It is not falr on
the Reglstrar’s Ottice that such state-
ments should be made at the Bar, as
they may get all the clerks in trouble,
When counse! makes a slatement atthe
Bar it is takeo as correct.

Ms, + Lachepelle sald, his remarks

very wucb, but I did not expect ee MB,
would relieve me of the stone, bes RH |
great juy J passed the store on Oste "4
and sm now as tell tnagcaad very

1 am sending tbe etonejin fo joa 4
you can can sve for yourself what 6 ely?
work GIN PILLS did for me. GIN FRR
arm ithe beet medicioe & the world, and because they did vo muchiee MF
will recommen: em @ reset of m @
on ve" ALBERTI, LESURO

What glorious news to those who are alaiost going inssps from’
of StozeIn The Bladder} Here iseaseacd comtot! Mere uw relief
ascertain means of getting rid of the stone without belong cut to pleos |
hnifecta sorgecn. GIN PILLS dissolve Stone or Gravel in Kidaeye or Fam,
der because GIN PILLS are,the greatest solvent for uric acid the ,
eres t your trouble 1s like Mr. Teuard’s, follow hi to and be 00

our trouble Je like Mr, "e, follow hisexample

PILLS” Money refunded if they fall to give relief, Saiople boxzfree st,
write us, mentioning this paper,

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Your























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Sarees Pe hed, the . Ifthe bowels are constipated and liver torp.d, take National Lay Uw
The Chlef Justke —You should think | Pille~a box i
inore of your responsibility as counsel at i

the Bar,

Nr, Lachapetle subsequently sald he
wassorry to have made the statement,
but from the Information received he
bad reason at the time to belleve that he
was right in what he sald. That was
wh fie had been so inalsent. Le
apologised and be proposed to enquiry
Into the cause of this misunderstan: ings

The Chief Justice said, he felt strong
on the matter. It was not fslr at
th tcounsel whose statements at the
Bae were taken as correct should say
thiags which reflected on the clerks io
the Registrar's Office, unless he was
sure of what be was saylog.

a

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VTheygarc{best taken at bedtime but om;
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They do uot disturb. tho digestive org
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are highly recommended for any cas
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Recent atativiics show that Ifthe
wealth of the various countries were to
be divided equally atuong thelriohable
tants, Frenchmen would be richer than
any otber persous, aod Bulgarians
would ba poor A Vreochmao would
have $17.5, a Hlanicee., 65L55; a citle
xen of Lbe Vulled Bates, $20.04 5 an
Austrian, $9; a Husslan, $6.5) a Ger
man, $10.02; a Servian, 8272; an Eng-
Hishman, gis; a Turk, $5.72) a Japa:
hese, Sh a Spaniard, $2.05) an
Italian, $0.65; a South African, $27 62,
and a Bulgatien, §1 Ot,



Waercuzn rom, ASTHMA, —
Strength of body sod vigor of tind
are inevitably juspaired dy the visita:
tone of asthina, Whocan live under
the cloud of recurring attacks and
keep body and tind at thelr full
eficlency De J. Uy Kellogg's
Acthioa Hemedy dissipates the cloud
by remoyio e@ cause tt does
relleve. {t does reviore the eulferer to
normal bodily (ring and mental happl-
hoes.

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‘ so, whe In this case, the private Zw Kompktijko wW. fue]. :
The Port-of-Spain Gazeta to this case, the private (ST. LUCIA CIVIL SERVICE. amipklisko, WW. The Tondon Ujrost j
by no means wealthy charitable insti- |, The Potce of 84 Lucia has the fol- New York—-Faram abo n 0 eamers 4 j
—— Tar fuution, doing, in the name of the | igwing?—the appolntinest of Mr E Serves ue New Qotoxtan Co, |
PORT-OF-APAIN | church, work that would otherwlee |G "Yoonett, KC, to acbas Chicf Jus THe Rovat Duter Mam Agata Lrp, AGEnTs, i
ae WEDNESDAY, Ist MAY, 1912 certainiy fal! on the taxpayers to do tice creates a somewhat unlyue pos \ AROWIINE ‘lhe as, ' Marowijne SERNANA The +4. ‘Servrana” fa due
; for the poor of the city. It Js in this | tion of affaires with respect to the meme | IVA iv duc hore from New York on Mon | ND hers from Londan sla Barbados and |
A light that the question of the exorbi- bers of the Ulvil Service in this colony, | day (ith May Nee and will leave the same | Grenada on oraboul Ith May 2012 pro- i
: , THE HOSPICE BRIDGE. tance or otherwise of] the price charged Every officer of fmportance — save the | day for Paramaribo taking cargo paseen | coding aftcrwardeto Dewerara, taking
Th 66 3 —— for tbe land must be considered; and | jiarbour Master and two membersof | Rots and mails, “ (argo, passengers and mati, 0 T
TE LE Sg S EO R A ! | 'L | J S: ? At lect, av will have been poted from | with every possible respect for Mr. tine Medical StatY—le a West Indian. SARAMACCA ~The, ws barawacca Tlam bury meri: }
ohte 3 our report of the Town Hoard mecting | Viera’s very proper “* commerciatisia* [The Actlag Chief Justice, the Ublef | 4) ', ‘lee here wie Jed ill lence ere can Line. 4
of Thureday last, the elty authorities inthe matter, we venture to suggest Magistrates, the Cheriff and one of the dayat noon Preelsely direct tot cae Yorke e *
have determined totake inLand theim. | to bim that arguments which would | Goveinment doctors ave natives of the | tage ter, 3 AUG H ScHERRER 4 00 '
Ag cara Rasenpere and pralte, y Aare 4
—Theas ‘“Marowljne”



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3,552 Tons Register, provement of one of the moetunvightly, | have been convincing bad tve lands

au well as the most insanitary corners

of the téwn, and
b: Itable structure the last | such as would beuetit the Asylum . though born tae peighbouing {| and will have nust day at noon precisel

Fepatoing of i authorities, under the actual circum, poloay, hae bad 2 long connection wit a | direct for New York tehing carpe basen

stances should not hole’ bink it Bt Lucia, bie father baving been a were and mualle “th ;

e daye when the old| welght, On the whole we thin former, “Administrator here The } (‘ NANE, -The ss8\ * Coppename

remaloing of the old and more or lesa
a, ' ig which span the D:

a + " River. Since t hi

route of the Belmont electric tramway | Would bea matter for regret were the | iavistiate of the bevood Distilel and

ran across the bridge which skirts the plane for the acquisition of the Asylum | phe mnedical oflicers of Soufricre aud ‘in a ™ Seditdiy gre deat vow

: SUNDAY, 5th MAY, 1912, walls of the spaccapletra Asyiim On| the score of the price asked fur the

m= have from time to time Felt it our duty
‘And will proceed thereafter to CIENFUEGOS, HAVANA, | ( 4rew the serious attention of the | Coe itvee ie that, in addition to the

jai badian, , ‘
F : rae * Though impurtant ufiicial positions Compagnie Generale
. MATANZAS and CARDENAS in CUBA, and thence to structures, £0 the Insuficiency of ite criginal » rnp oseUF Be Bkase rc have often been held by men who were Tratrsatlantiqua,
sals forthe improvement of the {p- . are
Otte denn fet nea eee torner et oe te en the other sideot | S8Y_ exact precedent for the prevant

which existe just beyond it on the {the bridge, wo think the delay will

wa almost into the bed of the
Dry River, By the echeme which was





















event the copstruc- bi

of the ne pidge daring poledry of km rorernent than Naatte, At Hendersong? Just rocelved a
* ae

the schemne back to the Committee by | definite course, sfler wh

AND GOLD tetany na umn ae ar Ruenced by Nestle or Ueve:y! Ubo
‘ wren ioe plese 5 sre es M T The varialony of the sumount of

w' {6 could ever be otherwise. Oo | fPrey ora paint for ulcet ating

mOre importan:, with a chemicel combluation that acts oy the surly sche maid nob include thee ralghtening




been owned by a private owner, or

had the street improvemevts been

at the same tine to Grenada, and Mr.










jande to be allowed to fall through on

land; but on the other hand, if the Dr. Hianch, one of



result of the reference back to the








thick it wort







a TAKING CARGO oa Thursday last ip
‘ — . .] gers,
: , Town Hoard, and which, 00 ve ope | pk, MINETTS UNFAVOURABLE eee eee oat ct cites of pie Seebery Line of'| VET Venos stun, Lopen 200 tons, 72
Freight will bo book ad at exceptionally cheap rates, and Uaccepted in principle, It le proposed to AEPORT. motion to positions of greater serpon- . Stednera, hours, Ciudad Hollvar, 3 cases gold tor
Dp all parti voked ab excepuonally I , Jace thie old bridge by another of followtog are th clustong | sbility end euolument than are at Geo Bauer & Oo, | Eat, yer pared Dally eae
OF & particula rs please apply to 2tleet jn width, with footways on cach ante OL bee De. L Le Minette preseat obtainable, would tare wat mee — AGENTH, Aterloan Ling, $7 phys sundries for
: ide, thus considers! nrproving the rorist fi tract the best of our youths, ‘They 6 “TT, * te due-t New York fuldad k,
locality from every point of view, would fad au bonourable career open rom Mo! lean the fith Sta pr wel | sundilen, Rr New York. per uteh
alda, y 7 pet i Governmeut Hacteriologist fo British ta Hod eu b bt from Mok ti a a fer nee ms
bue and 3 agers. To Claan de

little boneticial effects on casee of





nwsthetic cases of leproey run a
iu ie e





x ” . 7S eee whon It fe ropounded for the pot tba Fattent te longer infective, the The Exchange.” ¥—Fredeick Stucet. oF about Sth May, proveeding afterwards rs. ‘To loyal Mall Steam Packet
F 6 33 of reconsidering the question Of Woe 1" 4, These cases recover sensation : oo, Ce eee ne caere ned malian it | Sr Grorx Danish etme, Kall, 1,630 ton
- 6 widening of the readway, the cost of | 12S 20H Tests lee previously | J. Glendinning & Co. is showing ng ako paseene * 19 hours, iarustoa, 43) tons cargo an
: the so of the lands pur Le | aowsthetic, and afler self-etoputation prectal aelectious in Ladies Neckwear qwerenune ee nt awalie Go Et El pauseogern, ‘To George He alton &
3 pacce| . neludio ve ats, erettes, . ‘ast Aavatto Co. Lt P
oa asshewn theseld bele beld by bi in ony ee Fenele tural procees and| Peter Han Collars, Glupute Sailer an a dane of Uo. DEPATTURES
. members of the Boar to be two to bé | takes place without any treatment Collare acd « few Fancy Coluured ° St wh .
a ® o are ie cera. pf feon'e; whatever, it 16 not apparently In- | Peter Pan Colas. siemens sy Mantas pit Vain Veuos boat, Salazar, 8
. &- 2 » ated by Bie ton. | fluenced by either Nastio or Benzoyl . . Gnu TR. Alston & Co — } tone, Fauipatar, sindey pi aes idee,
» whieh w Iso supports ey f oe a | Chloride. nee AcENts. Crown or ATi a ve mer. bicK lop,
. frere Dr, Laurence, that fro: B. Nodular cases do not tend to im: T CROIX ~The we “St, Croix le By Peed bhipplag es Ko sR ttanelte
: dub,

| a nn +
dpolot would be wore , .
r FOR POLISHING serratle to. acquire the owl ing | prove naturally ae above, except lo MOVEMENTS OF STEAMHRS. |S ducts. (rou Deorerara of ot alout
a the otb @ bridge Panatdlahibinaaitaln TOE
let tdo. away Sith ‘ble ipeaaltary ar to be affected appreciably by
conglameration of hoyels standing

i ’ - f bacilll . . .
& BRASS, COPPER, NICKEL, SILVER | Beresasm nee int tt |i supe imc peis, seq | 1 Tee pe a ee of

i dieche daildienst.
Tus Korat Durcu Mait
AYAKO TI Maynro” of the
~haure ta ute ten eee ns tated




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Eee healt at | devtcuctlon ‘of beulill cbevrved, te. of

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PI OUY CLOTH fos. not dry our, Dut remalas woft and :aolst, Alwsy®,} of the street gu the nibér Bide Be well, | eee ena ne ee eee eng BBSAL




. for New
~ Mute :

Price loviant use. Will wu} burt the wost delicate haode ‘The direction of the read here and the | otek KANIE NASBA rant ere Duve Tigi zand le dus to ariive thaw on brd’Mlay cedar. # based!

~— shape of yh nate Pouch thet iE le asd , SSS here from Venesuelan Forte on or about FV uana Thess * Grenada” of the | Pigsecs Brit Fiemlog, 13 toos,

7 AT tt OUWNEL rat areas tble to anyone Ith May 1Â¥12, proveeding afterwards to 1 (qT nila Line will leave New Youu | St. Kitts, euedry pkges mdse, 3 paren:
EB: whoo take J troyble ta othe ANO Pare hae a ia onâ„¢ AKIO | or Trinidad vin (erenede ow the Oe April | 8S sei alsap, Clowden, 19

id | ri 3
; GUARANTEED TO CONTAINED SQ.SINOUES. Sed lise viip of and obi be ne CHILD, SEO NUTCTU RS Tbe Hoyat Dunes | [pitend le due to civ hare om May We | FC a a ate ia bas
ROLE ‘aired front the Asylum and added to —_—_ ‘ L Mall bheamer Erios Beurita’ ladue AMALAB. ‘hess. “Maraan'of crews
} AGENI8 IN /HINIDAD. the road way here, It mustberemem- | 4 director of one of Lbe great trans | here from Amsterdam vis Peramaio MAR ER ha Mave Tre! eee
r bered that this isooe of tbe most geu- | continental rallrosde was showing | aud Demersrs oo of about sib May wie. for New Yok via Greuada on the

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‘MUI § ALL & 60 i sale riloae cof, Une enstera | ures ie’ work on notated tury. | Pumenn Gant, ia Guages, ro Celat | hey ing fgiz © Oo" ante UN M1 CLOSING OF MAILS,
re RO. -The ‘aro

, 9 g Om ee oct le Gonslderatio ail the Felotin Hoty ce tel ieee it ‘'rizce aud New York taking oarge A Trinidad toe wil heane eet -——

4
tong. True It lea winding and at | 5, pied, Baby auewered *Colty,” | beenngae ona) maalle. MENDBIK. Tee ou The maak
day oipolate nob as well designed Pointing ‘toa, pleture of atizer ig ee eT test Biosnser “Vries and Is due toarrlve hare Fy Nt es ue ot’ will ie chased

the sacie way, she anewered “Kitty.” roan Hendrix “

e ement where such cag be | Then @ jion, and, she anewered | Vesesucian Ports on or
| ite top by made less devi . f Frverodiog afterwards 4 Parties: .
AAMPORT AMD HOLT LINE OF $) EAMERS efter a ta seed eecine ig bare been gute SFereepion be thet turned es we favre oad Aipein/deun teklag oorye babi the | ie ad sod la due te Cieded q Loollvar by tbe ae tceita” wail







istand ‘The Attorney Weneral, now N ANOWLINE
acting adininistrator, fe a native of | 1!

Dennery all bail fiom Grenada, while | tating cargo passengers and mails,

for Castries, isanativeufst Kitts, and _ ae
the Postmaster a

West Indian born, we do wot recall

a . state of things in thiscolouy We {. DOMINGUE The French Mail

d Te by of vole that capable Dteawer ‘St Domingue frum Kurope

Belmont aide, where hovele and huts | Sot have been devoid of good resu roen to Al any position ¢an eo readily [sia Guadeloupe, Martinique aud bt. Luela

; : crowd an gibere iotermningied ris sey I ERACE rf, found orithent Sly ct outs hen ana will proceed sik ! rds le Demerara
= tas water, ed. Lhe bene-

rs J coveplte an most into the be . LEPROSY IN EMERARA. Gls arielag from any ‘heme of cun-

Ty federati Id be the latger field
t nresenied to the EXPERIMENTS WITIL NASTIN. | frocted for incu bere of the Civil Ser

roposal to Golens, in hiereport, on the trea | oo inein nearer bone Lban is at picseot | ing afterwards to direct Moblle, teking
tre road acqul ent of leprosy with Nastin : ~ . ,
straighten the ras dway by the of al mm That Ran bas apparently very the case with the mure_ restricted | +4780. passsen yers and niall.

ge isaleo carried out, Unfortun-

brid) . "
ately In 00 far xs it will means further | leprosy. Froderick Leyland
delay of perbape indefinite langtb, and ote woene ef Benzoyl Chloride ta AROUND THE STORES. & ompany Ltd

opportunities now alfgided then.

nice lot of Ladies Pananta Hats BEGIAN. The ge “Slelglan’ ta due
(blocked) from §250 to $500 cub



ha Boyal Mall Steam Packet Do, — fend tontinental Verte, taking cargo,

han’ this NY og rom ite eile Mai) Bleawer * Prine Willen Itt cairo WN OF NAVAL —Ihe ae

Polit and oben, fe, do, cot geo [lle ar watny for ulecating ase: | ree pemerare ca ce stout Oy Mr Ee | Ting wile Men anh toe Hatt
rude to Can spano, I

re tO atten "# direrton the $ird April itd and is due to

the other band, Me oallafjed that no pharce free frum the presence of | Lumens, ane tag Guayre, He pat lle. arrive here on let Alay 1W1?
<

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Frioce ht New. York table geargn passen | \f Tujvylad Line wilt leave, Trinidad











VIRGINIA Thess, “Virginia” of the ‘
Jiamburg Arcrican Ling ly due here 4
fcom Venexuelau ports oa or atout May qe
Vth proceeding aftecwardsta Havre and = ¢
Mlamburg via St. Thotuas, taking cargo,
passengers and mails,
(TALATHUA The s% “‘Calatria of
the Hamburg Aueticagn Line ts due
bere from Venezuclan portaon or about
May tb, [roveoding afterwards to
Hasre and fiemburg sia St. Thomas,
taklog cargo passengers and mails,

in due back here from Darameribo
Laborde, the Treaw | vin Barbadonw on Tuesday lith May 1912

Is due here from Uaramartlbo on Mon

the wedical officers



¢ “Lrorauy box | “SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.

ARRIVALS,

ath,
Avtos Corse Datt achor, Challenor ¢$
tons, days Tap badun, ei Digan, 1 whee;
4 pota parttiry, ( pot rebbite, 2 caste
Au, bags cotton seed meat, 337
days potatoon Hi brle yauss, 12 boxes
putatoes, case matches nud 16 passen-

Indlue hers oa or about the Zad of May

dSurfnans ant Cayenne, taking oalgo, pas
bengerm and mails.



Nav Fiuy y cont de Venez.

Uanwan, Urit stmr, Smith, 1387 tone,
Ji hours, Grenada, 370 tona general
earze (tranahipiment), 20 tons eargo and

seers. To Hoyal Mall Steam





Packet
Barantta, Drit stwr, Sauodera, 1,300
iona, ” hours, , emterare, au tona
metal carga, 08 general cargo
fraushlprient) 6 horses aud 3)

Tux New Coonan Co,
Lid —Agents.

here from Liverpool via Barbados on

Uirucits Catatina, Venos sloop, Sala

sae, 24 tous, Cristobal Wolo, suadcy
on

peegwunee, \ enez boat, 7 tous, Pampas
tar, sundsy phyes mdse,

Jovi Deine, Veuea boat, stale, 7
ions, Danspattar yeuudry pkges radye,

beotitme Paves, rie stor, Naylor,
1788 tons, “New York, owbags ded
wucua, 27 tage Vensa cucoa, 270 baga
Vesea coos, (trnsbipment), 663
Venes couonuus, 145 pkges old metale
4% bay mrujek C0 tuna 146 phages
sbipe states, 27 phyws oil, WS tong bua.
her cust, Jl paweugera. By Gordon,
Grant & Coy. Ltd

Paine Wirt V , Detch stuir, Acrents:
Lv tons, Paretuariin, oat bage T
eovoa, SIL tags Venes voove, 1,70 bri¢
(duu foun! T'dad epuree lake arpball, 235
bris (42 tone) Venea bitui 724
codar, 8 pamengers. Dy Hoyal Dute

Laitados 8b Lucia, St Lhownan Tdodon

pasvenyern and nialir

Steamers,
Trripan SMiPriny AND
TRADING Co.~AGANTS

o Link Sknvicx
or New Louk dinect ua the sed April 1913
The Htoyal Dut} | ta is clue to arrive. there on May Mee 101,

AYARO—The an Mayaro” of the

.

ork dirt on the #h April

for Trinidad 4 the

for Tobago via Mansaullla per
8 wil bt

oo
'

la dye ous me of ey Sot Bley at 1250 pm, Regis

" ed . will toate as ‘a Now York pat lag Felix, Darancas aad









. he Tows ‘bk nase aod said . Ay jwenada = of
VIA BAKEADCS TO NEW YORK IN 7 DAYS) admitted TY, sols defference of opinion Deby ehtisther ie Veiaiad Line will eave Trinbtad |! '08 age precisely Megletration
meena me pgy Woea teres SOR ew fitting on the question of the priced pang” ae) New York ig remeda cu the diel USNS ois ke Now York aud torumta
ee belo, une authoritie, We er rr re y Wi ant is dus to arrive these us . © te un Fase
5 Btcaunss ‘ 1 Laays Tagmipap, | Ansive New Your. . § asked by Uw As | pam Maracas” Will be chued on Fitday
Etta i taue | Laaye Taam .- stecertaialy not latayour of the priv; ew Liven Pnte~Meuy of te | May Se a0 a May aS pm Reatelgation ut 5) won
ro ot gis i ip of * Pract of Landa required for | CAUSE FOR SYMPATHY. - eluate Lbat wat an bo coutanal wi » eee will cha oo, Blooday
B vi ud Llic purposes ; but 44 the same Lime, Thee rich Ie 5 delicate wegen, yp) Raabe vue Sans ine — ou used tbe oe : fous shun at Bee
% [ibd pert.of theduty of @ private | Young wife (rather nervously+-Ub | which a ‘et ih y 8
t t eb veld bis lands to such a body | cook, [ tnusl really speak to you. | euscepliule to the disturbances eu plagenicn fos ey iis when | Theo hue New Yok perse. ‘ Sara
‘ ote low rete, of to unduly Inconven: | Your master ie always compdsining. | come from leregaler or back of we at ham a 8 | aancen wh he ond oo Twesdey Tth May
tence and cramp bimself in order | One day it isthesoup, the of core ln aking. i I. oie wore | at it aus, than
5 La beller enable auch works to be | day it(eche ftehy the third tle the | secounse for the great maay | liver A. m It la le
paderaty rete, ’ undertaken, The fullest market pilow | juint—in fact, it le slwags ¢ | soqularore pew yoonsed ve sitow- t ke unew Vynlaoe. vores. : = eee]
, TAFE PUES apecially catered fo" | ona gomething more too should at ail | or olbet. thon uf sufferers phewe © | ulcers und the wetive. .
ereybe ‘ wap ees berseai ee ees re . mien x ) oan ee 74 tome Thotr "operpice ‘ oes air. ls nesds vg ial | Warts are dinerejemoste that die
. epyly to well resogu fal’ ts wih ppotie e@ective, owt than the wae, that will, Sppear whee us with Hulk ways
sens fn vuch eases, and it sbeu' {pal oh ue , Seettan on ‘esas, unt the ws wu) ey Wile SBocitouven | ih bu, :



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4 hpplog Dever ipueey pioed and acted upon here,
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The Best Car at the Price.

Thig Product can be obtalned (rom the Sole Agems, SMITIL BIOS, &
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BHAPES AND TRIMMING MATERIALS IS COMPLETE
AND UP-TO-DATE

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WH SHLL ANY GOOD MAKE, AND
REPAIR ALL MAKES.

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BHLDOM is any Prep
“4 tion so highly praised



r ' “We bea longeide of ve 2 ~ aw:
ARE THE STYLES & VALUES OF OUR MILLINERY DEPAR'MT | T]TANIO'S CALL, FOR HELP HEARD PROV | withietaenun Rts ect Universally Recommended

vind

Pertussin

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It has won for itself on:
Continent a Recogs
Position in Theraped
and among the Med
Profession. a

It will be to your adyantage to see our Lines

Two of the 15 hoata were the ocollap-
sible kind, low, flat rafte with colle
sible canvas sider, Each would bold

WIRELESS OPERATOR OF CARPATHIA, OFF DUTY, PREPAR- | frm 1075 comicctably. | We found
ING TO RETIRE, BUT HAD NOT REMOVED APPARATUS {8 reckane. We took the boats on
FRUM EARS WHEN HE CAUGHT DISTRESS SIGNAL—HAU ,deritew
CALL COME TWO MINUTES LATER IT WOULD HAVE | , The committee wanted to extaitiah

tha point as to who ls master of a thip
GONE UNHEEDED, at eca. Captain Roetron sald tha!
. the captaio was in absolute control,

legally and ‘otherwise. He asset!
Poattively that the “Titanic” was on
he southern route, which makes, he
added, a great circle to avoid ice at
this season ot the yeu. Me sald it was
New York, APRIL J9.— It was} supplied with necessaries of every kind | movt exception ave warnlogs ©
brought out at the first fiession | The puree and the slow = re Iceberga to that cicinity. nd he

a aft the enate nvestl- § deputed to assist with the rece nO}

pating Comuittee, proving the suevivors op board, and their This ~ ume, He said that be had gone at
“Titanic” disaster, that the inte He's

DENTIALLY siuking condition. The oocupante
I e had been taken out by another boat,





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R.MLS.P, ston Packet Go

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Special to The Toronto Maitland Empire froma Saf Correspondant,







ARENT. —The 1LM.S. Trent” Ie dua hers from New York, vis

,Antllla (Cuba), Jamaica, Colon, Cartagena, and Pto Colombia on Monday
the Zoth Inatant, and will leave the next day for Sovthamptou, via Barbados,

. BL Michaels (Azores), and Cherbourg, tating 1st claes and deck passengers,
cargo and mails. .

The tender will lesve the Lighthouse Jelty, Queen’s Wharf, at 4 pm, with
peseongere for the“ Trent.”

let clans ngers for Kurope are specialty notified that a baggage lgbter to
be despatched to the Trent” will Jeave the St, Vincent Wharf, at 1 p.m. on
the day of sailing, and pgers are therefore requested to eee that their
bigwage is sent down before that hour.

All baggegelor Harbados must be delivered to the Company's lighter at the
bt, Vincent Wharf pot Ister than 9 ans. on Tuveday Che dkib tostant for Luni.
gation, Any baggage which bas not been famigate$ cannot be received on

rd.

tion, aod orders were issued to keep 1 full
cepting for tbe wireless call for belp | the ateerage passengers clear of the ¢
sent out from the doomed liner by the decks an eat or ths ginieg row,
* Carpathla was 4! ether rovie | so ey wou not eo way when
dential, ‘The Cunander eSaly cleried | the eurvivors were received) “The skein the chance of saving numer-
one operator aud hehad just. gone off | chief steward was also ordered to TE fl Ik
duty, when the *OQD,° the call of | have coffee, tea, and soupin the dining ‘ ie rab knew of Me, Tamar.
gea Vearels for help, came through the | saloons, and also to bave blarkets Nya wher the * Cerpathia”, he sald,
air from the striken Titanice The | tbereand on deck Io readiness. My if,°% I ep the laet boat was along:
grerator ea tbe Carpathia was un. cabin and all the eftleers: cabloe were eure the passengers were getting
ressing, but fortunately, be el given op, and the dining-room an .
apparaiie athe ear ‘aod caught the e etlog oon were given sup to the aneentate Rostron mentioned | that,
dliress signal. Two wwlnutes later he] use of those coming, end all berth ehtere eee maulpment of the “Car
would have been jn bis bed and In| space was turned over for them, All [ets was good for only 200 wiles
sleack of 745 survivors there would | hands were ordered called, the boats ordi esceptional conditions under
probably hav¢been none left lo tell | were slungout, and at each gapgway i may for not more thaa 130, Dure
the tale of tbe greatest sea tragedy pt were Flaced officers: lee In th 4 ae, oe et or mer ie would Bot
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the age, when steamere following In Wa made the 58 miles In three an ‘wh e thing, be added, was proyiden-

Its Introduction in Triuidad judging from §
cited Testimonials is doing much to
curcof ieritablo Cough,
chitis, Asthma, Whe
Cough, and all affections of the
and Larynx, 5



PENEZUELAN SEWVICE —Owing noo (uassntine restuctions, tbe services
\ temporarily eurpended, oe ia

NTIA.~ Ibe 8. *Talantia “will nov be golog to Veuesuéls,
B Carupano, Pampatar, and La Gusyras, on the i8).b instant owing to
Quarantine restrictiony atthe above mentioned ports,

JATALINA. ~The K. 21.8, * Uatating “is due bere frou Londou via Barba do
C and Greuada on the Ist May, and will leave the next day for lemerara,
iS. * Orotava’ te due here from Southamplon vie Cher

+ a

There is nothing that will so[eflectually"yaq

and cure the Disagrecable Symptomm]@
precede a cold. a

~— tbe f¢ badjahalfboura £ stopped the engiaes a
0) bourg, 8% Michaels (Azores) and Barbados on Tuesday the 7th May and | becourse taken by the Titanic P t 0 3
bi leave ike nulla Bey oe ine yee rie. one tombie, Cartagens, Beton, the tee. idee open boate adrift In fee re enue it vas 2c unet tte “Our wireless operator was not sup- W hat an B rity
aoe ad a ann se et hoaee dete eran eee alls CAPT. ROSTRON'S STORY. made out « flare about half 's point pootd to bs on duty at all He was , Y. ie
with paneer for tbe“ rotara rs vot down ag { Cpt lusomeia 72” Cen Sommibtes| om Ue Meshes! iii” whe tight Ruagiotnd. intwonlowiermer we Physician of Le
Pasengers are epectally notified that thelr baggage must besent down to pt, Hostson said : « @ Dic ft ene should not haveheard the “Titaulc’s” ‘ i gs N. e
writes of PHRTUSSIN. 4

“The Carpathia was only 68 miles} seemed oo high I was almost sure the message.
fiom the Titaato when the call for| Titanic” must still be afloat, It wae, OSES po, ed
help, came, tial” exclaimed Re w little after that that ye made oub an laly it She wTitaoite Beal ee
* Preovidentia exclaim re: | ice oa our po We weon
sentative Hughes, no longer able to }243 ant o'clock we were passing Ice | *4ppiled with-water and food,
control bia eniotion, bergeon either eideof us, Abdio the | in. oy tf frat
“Poosidential,” repeated the cap- | first boat wasalongeide. But just be | oii, There w ‘ been complied
tain. “The whole t ing. Our Wire-| fore getting to it we saw aa iceberg water breake reat read tanks and
less operator wae noton duty, but as | ahead, and bad to starbuard my helm. tlced. and i on It the bosts [ no
he was undressing he had the appara. PICKED UP THE BOATS. ema,” saw bread In some of

the Company'slighter atthe St Vincent Wharf, not later than 9 an. to be
taken to the barge for fumigation, .
In all other reenecta the *sOrotava ’ vill work in etrict quatantioe,
The FCM.“ Batantis’ willleave hereon ‘Tuesday ih Alay
for Grenada, St. Vincent, St Lucia, Dominica, Montserrat, Antigua,
Nevis, and St Kitts, taklog passengers, cargu, and mails,
The tender will leave the Lighthoure Jetty, Queen's Wharfatd pa, with
pweongers and thelr bagaage for the Balaotia.”
Ca for the * Balantia” will be received only upto 2 p.m, on Monday

Ihave much {pleasure in informing you that,
used your proparation PERTUSSIN in
sician’s practice with very great succesly

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Ae far as I can seo,” he sald, all

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the 6uh Maye aveeeeneree tusat higear, Two minutes, he would “The fret boat which I picked up ere nd ‘
ERBICH—The M8. * Berbice’ will insro un ‘Tuesday the 7th May, for | bave been in bed, and we never would | wasinchargeof an officer. Inaw he a

RB Demerara, taking passengers, cargo, aod malls, havo heard.” was not iocontrol of her, He san ST ANDREW' :
The tender will leave the Lighthouse Jetty Queen's Wharf at 1 pm, with | Capt. Noetroa told a simple, appar. out that be had only che seaman, 20 $s COLF CLUB. CAH BE OBTAIXED AT ALL DRUG § 1
passengers and theirbaggsge for the * Berbice,” ently atrelghtforward story, thrilling | had to manceuvrea litte to get him] , —~, yy
Cargy for the “Lerbice” will be received only up lo # pim., on Mon. | from Ite wey simplicity an the sallor- | alun tide. oF the Unie we had got todbs Vice President's Prise Medical . » ‘S
dew thasth May, mau quality of the narrative, @ first Tot on board 18 was making | forre ad oe ae pitt, Play, © holes -—AND— Fe

day, and then J saw about me the' re
“Wo lett New York Aprill}." eald [of the boata, In the neighbcurhoog | as owlng to the death of Mrv May
Capt. Hostron, “aod up to Sunday | also were about twenty Icevergs, rang. | et podjponed to be announced later,
roidoight had fue, clear weather, At | ing from 150 to WW feet high, with nu.

32.33 o'clock, Monday morning, { was | merous emellones of the kiod we cal} ————=
informed by our wireless operator of | *growlers’ pinging up to ten of t

urgent distress elgnals from the Tt- | twelve feet iInheight, \We had all the 0

tacic, The operator told the firat Bople from the boate on board by EMERARA TURF CLUB.

Va RUN ibe i.8. Ca rool” will eave this port oo Wednesday the 8b
C May, for Havre and Loudon, ‘

=The [%. “Dee” Te due here from Loaduu via the Northern
D Aslends on the Hib May, ’
SPECTION.

Lt PASSE! AEDICAL | ern islands, Demerara, Marbados, aud
Europe rowt Firevenk themeeclree atthe Port Health Oftice, for Medical Ia-

Arnott, Lambie ‘







~ uolor officer, and be and the operator o@ were then ver; — 4
ppection ab trae Yorthern Istands Aether headein my docrway and { where the * Titanic’ bad ne down, THE WINNINGS, -
4 1 let and Zod clas Idipe, I bad just turned in, The | wherea lot of wreckage, brokea-up — ARR
lob & od class. [1 a.m, ob and codclass .. Jp.m, message that had come from the | staff, but wothing large, wea floating | The following are ‘ibe winnings of MARINE! SQU.
Deckers . Wam eckere www. SPE ‘Titanic geve her position as latitude | about, At 8o'clock the Leyland Moer | the successful horses at the recent 3
Barbados and Europe Al degrees 46 minutes north, Jongl- | Californian” had come up, and ashed ] Spricg Meeting la Demerara, > emery #
. Jeb modZod class .. = pw, tude O0 degress 18 winutes west. I | Mfebe should saarch around, Teed URNIDAD. ait
Deckers . 2p, cannot gire atthe moment our exact | ber please to do, eo, Immediatsly| Atblete wu we MUT wD ar a
NOTICE. tortie Now York thas of te recetpt of | hed aaa eoreaane on boerd we} ee oO 00 =i 4
ABSENGERS from Trividad to ether Barbados or Kurope are respectfully | the distress signal was exactly Tas for thane’ whe "were nemseds neds Acirese . “PSO
P informed that it will be becesary for them to undergo Medical Inepection pin, Sunday. burlal service, a 33 0
by the Port Alealth Oficeron arrival ab Barbados before prallque te given to] Thle accoun ator the nbparent die “of 1 body f R b Bakvados, ~' ia :
theah erepanc wee et ited eaw only ots proach (Mr. ‘0)... 8072 fae
Tessengers are therefore corneelly requested to bein readinese to atwond Ia | b Pavircleve for the binkin er the | Water,” vald’ Gaptala Ime 8 be . ‘ DERINCE ee a > t a |
men "“GIRCULAR TICKETS Pumenaere, | at Terories Uy M8 lari, ath Mase macrand tess | Mew Wilee’™, 7, 2 OFFICIAL NOTICE:
° “I lmmedlately gave ord lfe-preserv: af = ” vbw "
t Dane tickets are fssued from Trinidad to Bouthampton via New York | theship.” resumed Captale Neston | onepf the crew. Ie tae only” Byes f “tite : a

and back direct Lo Trioldad or eice verea for an loclusive fare of £50,
There tickets areavalable between New York and Kogland and vice osrea by
steamere of the Amecican, Allantic Transport, Cunard and White Star

i.e
one Uchetoare avaliable for 1 monthe from date of sue and permiani
wis obtalred to break the voyage at any orall ports touched st on the direct

ares,
Beoond class tickets are issued at anu exelusive char oS,
obit 1 (013 years half fare * " ee of

* Lasked our operator twice If he wae | dred yards from the ship au id DEMERARA,
alwolutely certain aa to the origia of pisinly even, Iyloz oa one aide, ibe Collaton (Der Massiah's) - $400
the distiess elgnal, and upon tecelving | bead awash. I'did not take lt aboard, | Neid we Mt

assurance, picked up a polat on our | Krom the bosts we touokthreedead| Ugly... a TRI T)
course ani set a cuurse to north bd] men. They had dled of exposure. AG+ ome
west, trus 58 miles from my pusltion, other man, ose of the crew, was / 98) 00

MIDE PREPARATION, brought oa board, end died that BOF due (nT. .
burted até pm. Oneof my Gero Of Thaler mes . ° a +m 0

HE following rule having been passed at §
Meeting ofthe Club, the attentiwn of all on
trainera {4 specially called to tio same os wcll
fact that applications for licenses may be DM,
before May ith, a

TRAINERS LICENSES. 9

“Pthen sent forthe chief e.ginset

nd ordered him to call apoth cers aud thoee of the “Titanl. ;
‘Maat allng wo Bos srecttrihinte het meas [EMRCHL OMEN eras | gue
a '. . ie 1 wae al g
TRENT Bith April . first officer orlere to knock off all the omen had been injured. He kala #710 00 | RyLR—No trainer shall be allowol to train horses 00 tbe a
sana As May. Bak Leet an emetginey. | Theat | the, boale were betrebe ca aia | Kereater tile, NY. Cannon's) g3 cp race meetings are he'd ander ‘Turf Olub Rules uo
Labol if ne of Bagrago eh the chief officer. the purer, tbe | #ll hey (pjured above the arms, | Dartiog _ oe Z fg . obtained & Lasse from the Stewards of the Club. the ww
Panarersare rejested Loneeiber all (oie Eejatas rary labeted | Mop eaeor ane ee shiet lamas: | Miaee levers ot that Kind. | | tadien“Queew eee a mast bs epplied for annually el, of a
fox shiprseot. ° _ tester, with ble avdstante, eboull | bebe . omnes he Club, s. revokable at any timeat the plessu’ ve
“Favor al farbor particulars ayy at fete cts cea he | arg ot eared re | aera ta oy guia to sare for aay nie unet °
4 pi y, 2 os + god the | ond pore up splewlidiy whea they | Mblasauuve . teu ands of @ hoansed trefaer, ’
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New Yorx, April 1-Out of the boy's story, as repeated by Capt, “Thestrugglo which ensued when
8 Dumeroue atories Pia tt of Grip. wae that when he tread to get | Mr. Steaus ttled to force hiewife into Mada of the Koes, chien, ook tnd seatory
the “Titanin” dieseter thers stand | {nto a boat the eallers pushed him | the boat le a, pleture whieh I shall matenals, of unas quality, Ne
rd forth wany facts to prove the extra-{ back, with * You're not agirl.” Col. | never foaget, It was more than be On tightness anywhere-—air cuceletes
ce ed ordinary “fortitude and wonderful | onel Actor, the boy said, happened to pitttal. Mre Straue stuck to the end, breely between garment and body, ¢:
P, A . heroista of those left behind on the | be near, saw this, and pieking up from {for she, [ learned, wet down with & grateful ecase of coolness and comfort al
ie liner'e decks facing the death that the deck a pits at Jem l ivoa the hee husband when the Titaole od through she hottest wend ther,
Ped . or" overtook them, \ \ @ head and, watching bis chance. | sank” t Shate wath short sleeves alerves
a EN acres of ono of the most desirable theting tn some of thels detail there | posted him lato’ the boat with the | Others who eaq te scene, amon 08 Kore Leagh Dawes

thes Col, Gracie and RR. W. Daniel,
remember that Mr and Airs Straus
stood hand in hand while thie was
gotng on iuacircle +f men who were
pleading with Mes Strates to yo, but
uone 6f whom could bear to take her
forelbly feom ler husband. One of
those who joined tne group. they aald,
was Col. Actor, who had just taken
leave of hie wite,

Ofticera of the ship came up and

For “ GOODNESS? ’, Sake

stories are wonderfully unanimous in] wemen.
teatlfying to this herois conduct NOW A GALLANTOFFICER DIED,
Probably there were niany herces That Major Butt, like Colonel Astor,
among those men who saw the women | died the death of a gallant officer anc
tothe boate, and the deeda of one | brave inaa there {st the ame testi-
would scarce outrank those of another. | mony from survivors, Not ‘a0
Naturally the survivors noticed parti [| many evidently knew the quiet, re
cularly, however, the action of the tlring army officer, who had been the
tore cotable of their fellow-passen | President's defightful companion, as
gers. and it was of thelr conduct they | knew Oulonel sswor, but there were
Untify epecifically, thodgh It was

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ro | some who did and remembered how he

fast, Unce when same sailors actually
seived hold of Mre, Straus, eye wil-
Ndeses aay she put out he hande
piieously towarde her hueband and
then clutched the rall to keep from
belug drag, towards the boat,
Heary Wollner, oue of the witnesses
af this scene, sald that Mr Straus re-
fused tedly to go himself, aod
ssid: “Not before the other men”.
‘ Mre Straus”, said Wollner, *tighten-
ed her grasp on his arm and Spattent it
aud emled up at hin, and theu
siniled atus.”

In it

but many of the survivors noted par- | wae once @ ursic teacher to the
Uentarty it would Beem, the conduct | Roosevelt childien, “Ae such she had
onthatdread(! night of Col. John [frequently met the Mafor at the
Jacob Astor, not one, but many, saw | White Heuse. She says that she left
the Straus’ elect inthe face of death, on the last buat to pull away. and
to remain together. Regarding the | that it wae Major Butt who put bee in

manoer of death of
mitch lesa It koa tenia “ Major Butt escorted ine to a neat

Batt much lese is known, for few, it i
appeared, knew President Taft's gene- [in the boat,’ sald Miss Young w-
tal aide, day. He helped ine find a space,
THE PASSING OF EDITOR atianged tuy clothing abolt me, etuod
Singular! STEAD. free! dott pis hat. sailed, and said
singularly enough of the death of | 'G e.' An hen he stepp
the dotin Tished journallet and hs back tolhe deck, alroady. awadh. Ae -
licist, Wiham T. Stead, there fs prac | we rowed away [ looked back, and The last boat left“the chim
tically no chronicler among the sur- | the last I saw of bim he wos aqnhog | were a young couple, Me and Nr A,
vivors whose stories have been pub- | and waving bis hat to me, Oicks ‘ths our boat—the last boat
iehed. One of tha most distinguished =| Mra, Charchill Candee, also of btago niored away from the ship,’
paseergera on the bhip, bis actions at \Washington, was with Mies Young, Pas Mre, Dick, “wo could plainly see
that awful occasion seem to have andshe too, she saw Major Bult
passed unnoticed by those who have standing on the deck watchlog their
boat pull away, and waving goad

as ' - babl

es y buta fair sample of the conduct | acted In those last dreadfal hours. J Joined in urging the elderly woman
aan 3 i - of many lens conspi d One of them appears to have been Mise | clinging to her husband, togo. They
es For particulars, apply to the same noble “fompany, tence Marie OG, Sone ot Washington. who report thatthe bosts were leaving

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Prederick K, Steward, who eat next men push aside others whe made for
to Mr, Stead at the table, enid that the boate befure the women,

* Cam noteure,"ehe sald, “but
think that when we pulled away fiem
the-Titante 1 saw Majoe Butt, whom
Lkn- webgbtty, standing near where

they were loading some other poate gtound provisions and live atuck, Nhe

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arrived yeetervlay frow the fret men.
Goned place with # latge carga ef

S survived. Unly one nameless paaven- V i 1
. ger of all those when stories thusfar bye. Jie was quite calm, they y all burning and the band was playing, 30 0 B oxes er micelli—
hb . ave appeared, sald anything about sald Tome the tnost atfecting episode of ASSORTED
cs . Mr. Stead. According to this passen- Mra. D. W Marvin, a passenger in] the whole disaster was that final ASSOR . 1
& v ger, Mr, Stead, believing that there another boat, ave testimony to] glimpse of this elderly couple hand “ .
os Wasnat the sightest danger of the show how the gallant officer spent | iu band, awaiting the end together,
wi “Titanic” foundering, returned to this the Last moment of hia life. Mes,
ee stateroom and probally perished there, Marvin said that she saw many brave
‘ —_— nn 4

the latter had told him of s mummy in
the Beitlsh Museum. This mummy
had had amazing adventures, said Mr.
Stead, but any pereon who wrote its
story wouldend in a great calamity,




Have Received a Quantity of

ENGLISH TRUNKS

JUST LANDED PER §.S. ““MIARAGAS.”

Automobile Casings various sizes.

fe sald that while he knew it, he He hadan iron bee or stick v 4 ; !

rhs : oe would never writelt, Jie did not tell band, and he was beating bach the | brought 59 bags of potators, 8) bar. ” Inner Tubes to suit above casings
Ba hich are being sokt at London Prices. A Mr. Steward some of the story of the frenzied crowd who were attempting nase, cre “ ¥ Casing Protect lo :
“4 fe ived slichtly el aged, tl st . mumusy before the disaster which cost, to crowd into the lifeboats, ¥ Bere, _ ” iw stectors
ta ewfarrivec shy at iy amaged, 1exe to go Mr. Stead his life, A second-cabia passerger who was] » Tee Tyre Covers J
COL ASTOR'S HEROISN. taken Lothe Chelsea Hotel, said that Tho H.ALS, " Derbtee arrived from 1" : wine j

That Colonel Jacob Astor, one of ; hesawainan who was pointed out Grenada yestentay worsing jeith 370 ” Eleetrie ‘one Horn i

tonetrans hipment cargo, 22 tone caigo

New York's wealthiest men, and sclon [to hlin as Mafor Butt, standing along: for Trinid Puuins

AT ANY PRICE.

. . . . {the lifeboats. “He was with the followlng pas- ” we .
Compressed FibrejCabin ‘Tranks—leather corners, feathe ot a brave tan there neat Pee or i ence Ta hle rigbt hand he | eengerst | Repair Kits 30
brasslocks, asstd? sizes, ‘wo only Compressed testimony from the survivors, though (held a revo'ver, and as the crowd |, Fiom, Nevis “Me 8. Matthenes ° Tyre Pressure Guag:
S1OCKS, ' ‘ ECS J presse In some of their detaila these stories | made toward the bow Po heard hiwn frown Donunigay Dr and Airs: Beith ” oe Cesare Guage
Cane Cabin ‘Trunks, same ay you could buy in conflict. Sifting these ataries ib fa) shouts \Siand | Uke Fi) iene reo TPA ee RT Cylinder Oil ’
Regent Street; Covered Wood ‘Trunks—flat and srclog hie alle ced other women did | thetirarheld them back Aw Twas | Shepherd, Me. is Spence, Mr Lamont For Sateby . Y. do LIMA & Co.
*



shoved to onsside I heard a pital | aad vale 5 from Grenada,

but whetber it was from his

round tops, all sizes; ‘Tin ‘Trunks—many shapes Mew Arthur, Mise “Lindwy, “Misa. i Sole Agenta for {
oe

Ba C actually get into the boat with them,
fe and styles; SUIT CASES, assorted sizes, in But aubeequentiy lett the trots some shot out ikuow, ‘Taelastt saw | Clarke, pitty ghimeye Bsa Charles
C real cow hide. of an ofticer, and others saying that it | of him was after 1 was shoved Into Me J Tost ese. B Mane
. wasathis own volition, afterhe had} the bost with my wifa and iny ten} ai of, Mite ‘Niew Aird oe
4 seen that there were olber ‘women | monthrold-baty im my arms. [ saw [ict ost es tia, ain &. Alcs
atlllon the ship. From other facts [on | Major Bu'tand Colovel Astor stand. pe Lewis, Muster Alesander,

Mr. Gd.
ing low ther asour voat was lowered Dr ana Mes, Onslow Ford, Mideckue

P| All Rnglish Goods‘and Selling Very Cheap.

emer ea esrerreaees

SIF YOU REQUIRE A TRUNK

‘ No harm will be dune to wee those at

survivors’ atories it would alvo appear .
tbat the boat in which he tied to to the water, .
save bis life had rocn: for many more Mem Churchill Candee, ot | Wash:
passengers, some say 16, when sbe lefts ington, wad she had spen! the even-
the eh'p’s side, and hence it would ap | ing with Major Butt and saw him Re
pear that Colonel Astor might have ] to hls room, butehe did nit see bin

fin.
remained except for his desire to see SE TLETIC BLYUND ALL OTHE.

that others were not left.

Preciag together the etories about With theie minde fillet with the
Colonel Astor, it Is clearthat he and | fast actions pf brave men such ae the
his wife were in their cabin when the| above, there was oneecene, pathetic

The ae Delta” Steturneal yew
tnlay tiorniog = trom Bolivar
with the following passengers: His
Lacellency Si George Le Hunte, Mise
La Hunte, Captain and Mra Boddain-
Whetham, Mies N Kequeaa, Mie 2,
Vicentini, Mr. #. Vicentini, Colonel G,
D. saaln, Mr, Pease, Hon'ble Il, O

ts, Gollan, Mr. B. V. Murray, Professor
% Cc ship etruck the iceberg, that they at| beyond all others which seems to have » ‘2

18, FREDERI K ST. once cawe ou deck and that upon Tike remeined upppermost with not one Bendeye' ste iano Gepialn

order for women to get Inthe buats| but many survivors. Jt was that letles, Me, IA. Junes, Me. A White

—_— Mra Abtor at tirst demurred, bellewing | of the deatheof Mi, and Mrs, Yetdor | om ore lat Dash,’ Mise Sparton

Ah Wb. Dersou and 12 servants.
The catgy by the! Delta," included 387
pu kuges wundiive fur New York per

that there wae not sufficient danger Strauss. Thesight of the dered

to warsant reking ber life fo such a| couple disappeating benenth the

anual crafts Crlopel Astor thereupon | rey tuaue baad refuved to, 7leld. to

josiated, va & Slater weenie us tintuad line, and 1,835 packages
nd te » D

have ‘remembered parricularty thie | the entrees vat few could davcrive j auuditer for New Yuik per Dutel

“1 aaw Colonel Astor.” she sald, to the feporters without Rreat, enio —-

" tion, thou ey had carr .

Seen ee ee ate eo intter | fd! ‘away with Je. The Strauwes |, fhe intergolonia! Ruyal Mw Leteamisr

might aleo go. When permission was hed rologled with thove op board the |) ett eet vw th By morn,

refused, be stepped back aad coolly |ehip very much, aud thelr fellow Hg frou usras “ tor 8 rua ui !

Rook ut bis clgaria com ond. | pananasry had bad mach, soperit | Tuidads vals weuer brougaed tone

iitted acigarette and jeaned over the tragedy to witness thetr devotlon, Lauebipment cargo, 6 borves und

tall, °L'tl Join you later.’* apparently lo that awful scene, which m ananys . "7 ceball . iL i ae

Paw gro totals by | eer aoe ten, Re | latin Ede "doo

hte frouethat of Mise Blater's.. Bae minds thts‘couple stood out imust Campbell and 12 deckers

sald that at the tlme Colonel Astor |consplcuoudy. While the stories

helped Mrs, Astor into the boat there regarding tbe others ee abled aes

a0! .

posta ‘and that a ips hice etand- Strausses all avemed to agree, showing yescerday. ' bhe aliought ae vous

log by thereupon invited ColoneiAstor the accuracy with which the linpres fassangere ee oo tages, iow Hy

to got Into the boat with bw wife ae . : anty

Colonel Astor.” saye Miva Lage | Many of thoes who told thi« stor i. Walcott, Me. He Mattion and 18

nr en,

Blavidson and ‘Todd

aan



Oi ds al ti



H. Strong,

THE PE NO WAREHOUSE.

Meme mewewtaim
Sule

agent:

The Kast Asiatle liner "St Croiz *
from London vie Barbados, a:nived

er Es

Sole
Agent?





“after looking astound and seeing tnat
thle -was true, got foto the boat and
hie wifathrew ber arms about bin.

had been cluse tu the Strausees while
the wok of Jaunbing the boata was

in progress, Every one of thew agree
Strauss

The ac. * heottish Pslnce,” of the
Puce Line, ook away atnonget her

Bringmead,

Lhe boat was about be lowered [that duclngtbls mene Nr.
Shen @ woman came rudale out of | wae strangely calm, endremalned so
the compansonway, Raleing bie hand, Juntitthe end, Incply one smell res
Ovlosel Astor stopped the prepare: pret do theve storirs differ ae to what
toe ogre ie bane, aed Feng | hee rar, rae eet
Coo ee uried, Aree reer “cried ng bridge with Me, fabd | Mrs, Atreus tome cr for bunker use, wie ; ard
vatent wanted to get out Of the boat | Mre, Straua did actually get into Frongorand Mibieate yfeens een



Cargo Lu New York yesterday Un) bage
Telaidad cocoa, 214 bage Venesuelan
cows, 270 bagy Veuerusia cavos (10.
transhipment) U8 ,bage Venesuela
oxonuls, dod Lage manfek and 3}

Trinidad
tf Cabinet

fe
er

Otto
Coetse

Otto

Bostzs
one of the boats but when she found

wa the ote sald bere ne that Mr. Atrause would net fullow her eblid, ual ! Merv a, Meous, It. Shenstone
lowtone, Aathe boat was belog low- | she stepped out again, Uther acgounte | Adi eC. D a Tah ~ Péarevn, J.
eted [ heard bim distinctly ssy: ‘The | are that ‘Mra Straus from the first Ari ng, shea and Jervant *
ladies will have to go first’ ” refused to step a footina boat with: | 47
Qdilll another wha seems to have wil. Jout Nr. Strauss aod that the latter
nessod thie incident, but whose ver- | after trying lo force ber into one for
gion differs elightly, wasColooel Gracie | a minute then Zare i Th scones
who declares tbat the conduct of Uvlo- | barrowlog in Its details Ie vi

thus by UW, FP Stephenson an attaché
pel Aator wau deserving of the Highest ii the Beedish asbasey who

Shenstone
*

OLD INSTRUMENTS TAKEN IN EXCHANCE. BALANCE
PAYABLE BY MONTHLY INSTALMENTS.

*atistaction Guaran’ ced.

aaa, lima aN aN iS i a



In cluded tn the cargo taken aw:
by the DALS, “Tring Willen ©
which left fur Maramaribo Monday,
were 434 bags Teididad agcou, 311 lad,
Veursuels ououn, 1,05 barrels Trhul-

.



ne 6 ‘hire, Straus you 84
of the second ofticer Lo go with ber | spe Turuiog around, T saw the

—

alr,’ rex | uel gu Lord Brasesy'’s yacks °

POPULAR REMEDIES.



for ber owa protection. ° x

pralee- polenel ore, ne w the by thle partioular Lost sud who osly ted Kpures lake asphalt, 78 tage womememom
é eer Colonel to ssciipg. As the aloe bia wife. Hw Ca. unterdeas .— Are. cine "PHONE 146 “— 21 PREDERICK ST,
az place,” aaye Co je, | part w . “ 1: Niobolas and Vv
oy , Yetionel Astor requested premiesion + During tbe excitement [beard | obiid; for Veremaribo .—He, J. Hodrt- ‘ ° °

fied the oftte sr. ‘not 6 men sball goon | Hirauses standing logetber. The ion | | Oak Clweye Ye oes
Be Br ta | Snotyak caus ee ech

ST. JOHN'S.

pe
a boat uotll (he wowen are all cared | were talking lo Ais.
tee plone! 1 pr oot cone ‘nueband koowao noble yack -writeret a few
; rte aoe caernes ance ES Aeetdamarienaaarr aee x be al Auior then, eoquired tbe geld: * You van go, There's of ine Bost Ofices la the Northern
ah ° a 7 . 7
iowerrd aay sod turoad tojbe wok [So iGy ow Tu Dik. “ie — ST JOINS HARSAPARILLA

of clvariog the other boats and ja re-

The K.M.8, “tipey ” went dowa we
asavtlog the frightened and nervous as Chore in 4 wowsn ou une Flowing Dust focterday sad a

ST. JOHN'S VEGETABLE LIVER PILLS

, womea, Ube vecssl,” sald Nr. Gtreus ‘1 will , be leaving Obsgwersmas of
Two stewants of {he Theale wid apt have fear are the Grat au aftacaoun OF temarow, f .
wa after. — . wae : TIC GE
‘jucotly seen 1 Anoe doing vat. tre vate tha cous tbe man et ck | we, nM. Aree wailed last ST JOUIN'S RITE MATIC CURE
+ women other woe I" :
iia "Gap Ohes, FeecaickCoale, will put fot ine Gieege, â„¢ ger= for Movinaaon 9h, Barbe: ST. JOHN'S TETTER CURE
Un 4.. ane of the thie’s pamen y You are on old mam, Wr, Giraus, , tie Agores aad Chothuung
® Evy. it welts ia tins thes be sevrthice wed t “saumen. ota to werk ee Diay aad Miss .
a a . alt fore 1 wae » Mie .
eka Seite Seeiiaad Rowen ies epi Digyow a ee eet aad! OT BOLLANTDD’S — 6 Henry Bueot

.

‘

hi : ee ne
"INU. 9210 VOL, XXXI

ATEPHENS;

“LIMITED.

et

s ssers Dept.

Just Arrived
\Cu ote SHIPMENT OF

Bbigeratie ar of Ri M.S, Tagus.

Boa Teh 20e perth.
spered Herring, 40¢ ,, daz.
amouth Bluater 48e ,, doz,
wk Sausages. 10¢ per Ib,
get Cheese do & Teck
avCheese . 30¢per Ib’
we Chere 36e
quefort Cheese 60¢

mom
o> oP
‘

gb'Beetroot .. &e ,,*
seb Carrots Re ogy ys
seh Turnip Be oy
eet Cab bbay: xe,

MLETON DAIRy FRESH BUTTER | SY2LTI2
Cold. Lislo Thread Bor—with Fancy silk

8 ces): Pik Lin
ASLarge Selection of

{ French Luxuries

‘da Perigord, Tt nites Uroseos,
Fole Gras ian Ta Purés






Gis cu ote Me eaten
gitantine

alter ‘ a. 9uR, Gata:

‘Re Crive, tee 1 Gali Hors

Berk a’ Oearre
me, Hare ares, Erevan

Sissi Leading Grocers,

RPHENS LMITD.,

The Stores,

= iT 178 & 225,



Fring k bo,

ee ee









7

_—

RMS. ‘TAGUS’

“Cod Fish, perth’ 20¢
On Haddocks . we
red Herring -

per doz i0e

Sausages, per db. 300
tinh: Back Bacon Bie
Hefort Cheese , 60¢

Midget Cheeso—

ish Fresh Butler,
Per lb ive} °
Cary, 400 Tass or

'S HEALTH & STRERCTH

[cocoa.

aad 2h Tin.
10 Casos of

arrot Food !

{
|

CIGARELTES,





a

Ne

flit.

. Each 60¢ cf 36¢. At

Chicken Meal, ete. ete.
SL ovnns CK Caz

Poof Bomsclicrs Joxtra

ine Chocolates With the Market entirely

EMOBRIS OF hOséM
Hat Ginger Ale,



wy
GILLETTE RAZ Ons—in Nickel & Black Leather Cases, A, B. MATHESON,
Do. *ocket Editions, Nickel ¢ Cases.

Do.
AUTOMATIC STROPPING
Gillette Razor Blades, only

FAuto Strop Razors, Strops and Razor Blades,

SAPETY RAZORS at 1/6 and
Gillet Razor Blades.

SPIRAL WIRE ARMLETS 8 cénts and 10 cents pair.

SHAVING SOAPS and CREAM.

BLACK BATSWING TIES in
Do,

Chechs—60 cents pair.

BOSTON GARTERS, 5

STUDS, LINES.

J. GLENDINNING & CO.
‘1 GRAMAPHONES 1 ! / BHUNSWIGK ear





GRAMAPHONES |



A LARGE SHIPMENT JUST TO HAND,

OF THE BEST SWISS MAKE. . mo
IN BEAUTIFUL WALNUT, DARK or LIGHT COLOL|CRISTIES SODA’ BISCUITS, 100 Kegs MISTHLA:



Tis mechantent of this machine fs the beas
bit of 19 ie of Swiss manufacbure, which
being cqualied by none,

Price : $15.00—$50.00, Cash, and on Easy Payment.

e Lundred records double alded—~10i0e, 2%as fo Bpanisb, Frecebd, Italian aod

ial To-Da ay.|=z agli, ‘Of ibe latent operes, comes, bands and dlalogues "



17 FREDERICK STIMEET,—
HENRY D

—————————

SENSATIONAL BARCAI
* 6,000 Pictures





sant vr Dining Rooms, Public

Hat

April 16:b—In2.

FOR SALE!

oseverreE

BUILDERS & CONTRACTORS
WILL BE PLEASED TO HEAR THAT

boat's Dog Niscuits rue goHOONER “ALBANI” FROM MOBIL.

ith a Select Cargo of

« Has Just arrived vi

ROUGH & DRESSED

Dsiimred te te fume ett “Atored oa es nO Rion OE ey any f4 ‘ bs
Sear ae tee, as i
baro of this Hie grade of Lumber, in- ia Sci fapiot need is na onber for Y B & | dl, MY coteas Tete re Heh Oxon, ite at
7 kied Jo ‘valjt aaiges q sant datentire, ered.
tended buyers will do well to necure their selections | ot signed ed we gitar Mr : in si assals [ 0S. Von Con at ares Si c Sore

Uc,



sorte, aud te dan all parposes, viz, Chopels and Bichoola, Ho'ele and Rests

Trealdes SPECIAL JOB LOTS for Wholesale Buyers!
BALE cpen tromfthe tor MAY at The CAMELIA, 61 Queen bt, Portof-Spale,
Anthony Toulon.

Comprising 308,726 Feet.



"VE OFFER THE ABOVE, AS USUAL CHEAP,












TRINIDAD WEDN ESDAY MAY 1

GLENDINNING'S,

Latest - Novelties

JUST ATRIVED FOR

wine x Delicacies, Our Gent’s Dept.

THZADHD FIRE LESTRERGE to.

ter,
(MOTOAL & CO-OPERATIVE.)

am, Ghnoox Street

TELEPHCNE Ko, 20

TRIENNIAL stRiP AND. ANNUAL
iW DIVID

OLDERS: st 'Pallcles pt this Ocn-
Sul p may bow
ay's Uillce foe thelr

For second trieontal Scelp Issued for
Policies dated 1005.

The Annual Gash Dividends sot 5
cent ated Devembe
1911, on firet ud teonnd scrip for
Pollcles dated an on
first scrip for I clleteee dated IOs 190;
and 1008 are also ready for aisteibation,

Becietary aod Treasurer,
of Bpalo,

MACHINES—for Stropping Petared Bae 1012

6c each.
Trinidad Building and
Loan Association.

OFFICE; 18, CHACON, STREET.

Telephones a2,
[IDENDS a tp per cent to [0th
une

per cent to Sist
December 1911, wera declared and

1, senctioued at the last General Meoting
a forlovening & Ate. wie. {sete ubw ‘being eredited to the
or cyching wv respective accounte, after which the
car, a © Deval Btatcment of the Auditors wilt
be sent to the Shareholders,
1 Members whose unsdvanced Shares
have now matured by said dividends
are requested to apply for the Cash
balances standing at their credits;
and Members whose Mortgages arc
now matured may call at the Ofice of
the Asecclation for thelr respective
Releases and for the Cush palances to
which they may be entitle

A. KE. MATIELSON,
Secretary & Treasurer,

Port-of-Spain,
March 1, 1012,

5/- each, for uxe with the

HAVING BRUSHES,

Just “Roce ivod,
Aut Fresu anp Nick
Slightly Comed I Pas Feet

4 ‘Toes
ort

A popular [and high-grade brand, Trial !
ever fntrodaced [ato thls country: every | fot $b pigs. Eoeteon at Bo to a Balt all puries,
is concseded amongat those who KNOW Try them and be coovia ared,

Branks Beef Fasence.

BRAND'S Al Sacce—2 siz bottler.
” Browaleg for Srarice * ree
o Corry Powder, Carve

SOUPS Her Nock Teale ‘02:
fa © Ma-tall, Malligas

° Tips
i me Tongues in

“ 2 ¥ = ” ” Celery
THE LITTLE SHOP. " Orlord aed ¢ Camtritge Sausages fo

ICK,—A Man You EXnow } prod & Co. iva Biases for al Meat
a. gverress and U0

N- ADVERTISEMENT ! ater

at Half-Price |!



i OAo
ey, 7 elon at ldo rit tio,
ised Gloger Chips, §&1b
& 13, Eszanea of Apchio-
& shite,
iw ted Hcklec Chow chow~Girkioe,
Cealif Rowers wae see ‘es While
Unde V negar, Mate V!
5, & 2, Dise Buealees o—Home vf ae ‘osost papa.
lar brands at regular prices) 11, &

Go, awn carat
0} etade fole geae Trofle
baile, and Clob Hoome- Alll going a heady tine aod 4 tare 5 Froltemeu
te sin baeae Qala 60 arosiment

Au i

M. W. GOODING.

TELEPHONE «@.

DE SILVA'S
Funoral &stablishment
Livery Stables
63 Abercromby Street

HLF, COU Manager.

veargesae

AWAITING SHIPMENT.

Nov.-4, 3811.

Notice.

PIT6H PINEBOARDS

Mes ed oe MiMELMO,

me
1 NEWBOLD & CO | ins ree n—se, _ i

spol atthe ent
For first sear? sob for
Poliwies dated 108,

‘60 Half Casks MISTELA,

ECEPIION VAULT. fm CORPSES

1912

| BARBADOS. —

=——
(Marvellous ~ Values MARINE ~ HOTEL

Wil remain Gpen

P ane ‘Ror the Summer. Season
WEDDING OUTFITS "Sse
— AT —~ agement of

, nder (he well-huown matic

MR.E.H. ARMSTRONG

INCLUSIVE MONTILLY
RATES —May to November,

FROM 45 DOLS. UPWARDS,

location of

Skeoch & Go's

NEW GOODS NOW OPENING,

According to
rooms,
April Wth—Wa, Sew,

WISI0BI8 TORI INSIITUTE

——— ) eee

A LECTURE



Silk Cords-Silk Girdles.
All Shades Cashmere at 12 cents.

BLACK AND NAVY DRESS MELTON AT 246. «Rarni nD \”
Cambric All-Overs and Flouncings.| i ws oe

Ly Mt NOWMAN “LAMONT

~ tN

FRIDAY, 10th MAY, 1518,
Ar awl

Aum anton Menbers on Avsoulalos
tle Fustituton th K.

She Fublie Que stullig cache
Dontistry.

DRA. MARQUE,
Cfico : 81, Frederick Street.

PECIAL Hepocteuce fa Gold Crowns,
S Bae and Betdgs work, Tare modere
ate, Vunctaslity end estisfecrion gaire
anlecd Ia ell brascher~Telenhone 618

GIVERNMENT NOTES.

CROWN LANDS OFHCE,
b Apri, 1912,

Trigonome'rical Survay.
| EUBRRING to Uoveroment Notica

GREAT BIG VALUES IN EVERY DEPARTMENT.
JS KEOCH & CO.

12 Frederick Street,
UP-LO-DATE DRY GOODS MERCILANTS.



















Just Received.







i Li PHANT BRAND.

10 Half Casks CLARBT

OBLEPILAN.

SCOTT, BOYD & CO.

6, BROADWAY TELEPHONE 132

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6 h.
a a I. ¥, GANTEAUME,
Bab Lateodaat of Crown Liads

7 ae UEDA BEEDS,

eee oala fe

aval'alle tor & od tha
Othes at the following price,
Coder seeds por 1,00) 0.0.0: 10 cents

Oyp eecds 4, 10 re:
We AL wORDOR
Actg, Uo'oulal Neciecary,
Both Aprile

DEPANI MEN T “or AGRICULTURE,

pe follarlog rants ae termed fur
1 wub srquiced iusweduately
they cou Le femrred velll fue a-
Hapucaia Nate (Lesyth's Zibaee)s)
(very piuilter tw Beart pute) . Sa each
bierra leone Uvilea 1 { 00} *
Caray .
Roble



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HEADQU ANTES IN THE WSL ENDIBs 101 ALL TUF MOST

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dryt for anythin aired in the Drug Tine
Ie, silane reser BU fons” Accurately Viepared at ali bows

Blectrio Night Belt. Queew Street,
TD

Vout te

Aip Joatbone eh ould be addreseed ‘0 Ibe
Aaslesang Director of Agreu'tue, Si
Clair Expe.rment Station. opy

Director ot Agriculture,
enna arena ara a

eee lta MOUSE.
Apnea



SS eee

ust « . Aprived, Dee ee

Gulaoe is published, with « bea stattog ia
AND FOR SALE. rae se cones
Bx STORE:

400 GASES “SILVER GHURN” MILK, |es%

Coloalal Hecrnary,
Is - PULL CIMeaa ”

TIERUES NEWFOUNDLAND CODFISH,
Drums HALIFAX CODFISH, Large.

(Ne, i.

Avis AUX NAV ud TLURS
siece Betires gon

poe
tettales ove Fectod rene ds | oe deugtts
Va are wre re é
qeaud te fase wemewest ats & sources
amd

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os ‘THE 1 y.:POF SPAIN. GAZETTE. - WEDNESDAY MAY 1 -1912 3

New Benares Ware| “BONANZA | LADIES
JUST ARRIVED}ZAT Gents * Outfitters, BLA CK ‘I Cr










ca lr . MESSRS. SMITH BROS &..C0.,
TWEEDS EWEEDS | Laee Boots. Respectilly beg to inform the Public

EA OEL ‘ '
24.“ MARVELLOUS ' MARVEL BUREAUX
i CUBAN HEELS, eve
Wee iN Hon BS made up in their workshops during the
Ove . e ¢ ld
: “ee , 4 AN ERICAN 5 HAPE. They have a further fot of 4S now
NEWEST DESIGNS, —PRICE FROM ‘going through che Machineshop which



VASES,





2DOLS. TO 3DO PER Y.
LS. PER YARD. they hope to have ready by the end of

CREAM. & STRIPED: GRIGKETING | SPECLAL, VALUL : |thewedk ° O°”



—OF_- .
Gils, isso, ual Gr ildren’s Millinery PLANINELS. ; | ; Comparison of this Bureau
fi D
Roady to-Woar~Hats. TU ISSORE. S|! UITI NGS S al P Dated ang Finish is
New ‘Range of stiides—30c to 48e per yard. 6 , :

BLUE SERGES, BLACK VIGUNAS, __ | Price, Unrivalled $9,60

And Pinhead Coatings..The Best Value in Zawn f

SMITH BROS. & Co.| THF

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Vatrimmed Rate.
SEWEST SEYLES AND BEST VALUES [2

VITH BROS. & GO. [THE BONANZA, | swith BRos.-& co.

a t for euch action anda delegation met He trles ta score another point, —aagigantle representation of the Im-
BOBO t LATEST TELEGRAM the * Laplaod and megeph: ned to the | by aseuming that the bunkeaiog busi. perial bird
H wast GED BOLLE 8 SIS of — survivots advising thein not tu submit | eee may be driven back to ite old nd ictesror Bruna Kruse, the well koown ‘
WAT. & Panama Telegraph Company, | accordinaly Alter landing they be uartereat St, Luca, St. Thomas and ith” bes rors coin tuinio nate te feat y
es | CALA UOMANAgeabla and — threatened at hades, if we inipove a tax of Ts per ay enormous bronee eagle toucrve as e
. to rush the dock gates, They were | ton on bunker couls Hefore consider. tgure bead for the rene rator. With aa
ng pens our baS0n released aftera tow depositians had { ing thia queetion further, will Mr Imperial crown on [ts pheul, and Its out.
4 Davies kindly inform us the amount apread wings enfolding {he bows of the















been taken, the majority tefusing to y.
testify except tipon the advice uf theit [ of revenue this bunkering trade brings monster vewel, Ht will bea tulghty bird

PROPOSED RISE IN RAILWAY | vo oot tfive necxiox sete ete a ae aanrhatiseent Uipet the wlogee (rom ime beak tothe

yr 4 e ‘ itb the bunk by tl ‘tu
M Re. PLY. OF TIS elas So RATES OPPOSED. | ater arse Het A Baath [aera ae ezee ne

TITANICS SURVIVORS AT PLY Po not for one mowent «hte de. EASTERN MARKET,

anpton,
ul M OUT. SEANLN'SAND FIREMENS DE | cry the baukerug or any other basi
ous is - MANDS, ness, but when such stress fa led ©0 GLOPATIUNS OF MARKETABLE ©
RF > . 7 a4" The Li 1S. lo teinmportance ta Trinidad, 1: tloea N aioe
or Sale by MAJOITS AID OF ER AHSTIFY men’s Union has Teeolved not w wail téconterbule tothe fends of this Cot com tupiTiEs,
on any steamer unless ite repre ) oy, ontekle of the £4 per Lon, tonnage un Apel, 11
MEAT.

dues? Tt eniploye a bectain amonat

AS JUST BEEN RECEIVED |DAUL H. SOURERIR i 6) HIGHER WACES OR BETTER Miesaving equipinent or thelt sages | of labunt, butte wane fabour would Pop Oxen arte Ufening putoe 1.







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f . bunk 1 fr
LIFE-SAVING EQUIPMENT. | (ccs “titco‘otichate “nuse ‘attend | Weep water sbattes | Gall Lollbe “Salton pricg a

: Exc S.S. “~PHEROID.” - and i (losin

. . Mr Davies b aljection toa ta Togs Bilin Opening price Ihe, (fos
TUREATENED STRIKE BY SEA- oniontet wilt refuee tuly con an bela pad on “coal * imported fu |? ’ tt peice Ie, seit
ip 0 UA 0 R Hi} E RS PRO Mi PTLY SoLE AGENTS EN AND D FIRE EN, Yeavel cartyingy new umonista or dareaticr luse what will etme yen ee toe ios prlee dk. He. and
“ . o there sa hie ae far *
z HOUNDSDITCH BATTLE IN would not sttite SIM wore secacle heavens rahe den law the your bun Tu ae 2tlts, belhog price J. 26 aud
va -AT~ deoics these terma then supporting [| Aerera. aa
AT BOSCH MAGYETO COMPANY, LTD, — strikes eleewhere, iyi s Ta conclusion, after carefully study SRARTABLES, UMOLND PHOT sm, an.

Mi PARIS POLICE AND AUTOMO0- AUTOMOBILES. BANDITS FIGHT. | ing Mr. Dastee a arguments, I can on Mentitut Dardoor, Con balls, «Soup
. e Paris ti nered the | say inthe language of golfere he has habltant, Gltyger, Unbbages, Spice,

‘ie Shi ' & Tradin Com an Im i Manis Savane, BILE BANDITS, automobile vadite, “Bennet and “bankered” bi imei Pariae, Oriest bigeon Peas, aie
Phone 184 = and Dubois ina fibrake and Cholsy- . Law Ranoorrn Iyer, Ondtuagy uatines, Ochroes, Hot Sauce,

. COURT, SEASON il 30th. Irojpad a hele anaritinie ‘engege ‘th April Wis Sinall uanity—1"lantains, Tanias, Yams,

On Saturday Sthe Kin rode in Hote} ment in January last. year. ‘The Cash Cush, Cucumber, Sweet Potatoos



















ten Row formally opening thé season, | bandits had an unliolted ‘suppl pt f
re TR N GAS LIN & ot STEAMERS LOA NS MADE The sooutmule ion of fuurtione oa ae smmunltion and Svolieyed "at wil I TWO OEE ES a ARcED Peatifal Cashew.” dave deen
, - count of urt mourning an ee ibs ie echatged repeat i pelite deval) tily Plow A M
i. , NEW YORK OFFICE, 99, BROADWAY N dustrial erlals wll make if an unusnal- maitre, Hall y the me Ne ye a red jeree, Plow Avgiew Mangoes,
- - t , '
i For GRENADA, TRIMDAD and DEMERARA, Carrying Through ° I beleg arrenged for the Couria to be | fighting and Lubole, poleoned. himecit Amb udli ew, ASTER Gifey AND Hlentltul—-Carite, Had Flsh, Teteteu,
i heldou May 34th and th, Levers | afier the wall fell, Two policemen | ( Ordinary—Parrot Fish, Carangne.
pe: Freight for Tobago and Ciudad Bolivar. - Gono A * ESTATES | 3 mill ba heldeon Hey enh sod Jun were wounded, "They weve many | arauietHare WRUEVER Avaater win | Del V grentuz sual Lage, Seluion, Small
y b oe dateof the Atate e heave | witnesses of (he war and corres: SERIUVE AND OKDEKED £2
CRO EO 3 oom AEE rarne, Ip12. hs f _: : not eet been fized. Their Majesties | pondents took countless photographie COMPRNGATION, Kaus plentiful Fowls Ordinary ; Manl-
— willateo attend racess the naval aod | which Allinoumerable coluunapruis | cou and Ducks swall qnautity.
5 a : a vf Ty 2 - WITHOUT ANY mallitaay tournament and the horse itspaicas Guard * hondrede net fot fe gy Rollow Ties ohh
1 uarde oanted D lore fn re we —————
Fees FEES : a a | Be BEE evooeans wanewony, [sas quauen | artnet wraatioaiaa
“2 bor ecles will succeed the late Were Sumiaon y Alwx | Gustave, Pe
_! a o <5 4 SPEOIL CoNnDITION Marquis of Watertord a combiinder Th NARBURNT OU U t. \ fiterly, mans fog aswaclttig, i heatlog DEATH OF MRS. G. H. MAY.
" — — ‘ of tbe South of Ire'and Yeomaury ao e Bazar quarter at Damascus hae .
Op Navanne = Mar 15 Mar. a 93 IMar. 2 star. 29 bape 4 Apr. 13 FROM Yroat preparations are belng mai@ for | been burned. | Damage two joilliun Yar ahbeared to prowcute aud Mr. It f We regret to Annouues, the beesing
a Mar vé [Mar. 30 /Mar, sal api, 13 ape. 12 Apr, 13 [A + 2 extertsinmest on. Lord Decies lrish ote DON SUGAR STOCK Naot repreeeoteal the chfeodaate’ on & fame lan Ne AT Stiter city ork avi,
0 Aproé|. Apr. ¥ . 123 . 2. POCK, r
pe Berd lage, ao (ABE 38 APE TS LA lacey (MOT at $2,900 Upwards ole some RULE PILL Landon, April sith morteat the Canton! Hloune. a Bate Serie od ie ebay Bibs
MorNavanni Apr ist" (May i ay 5 jatay M4 May 22 [Ms ae The resulvof the Dublin Convention | Sugar Inetock on the Z7th foetant day (he th lnetant, be went to workat aflernucn at 4Â¥) ucluk, to All Saloty
9 Apr ag Alay 8 May 01 sce og ley it May a Mey 2 Apply to bes caused the Government tresolve | was i820) tous; last year DYOU TorckxWas vial Gu ther dey be got op Chueh. We jolu hix thany frfends fn
a Sindy paay wo Ay 38 ay 8 tay 8 yet neia ane 1 PP'Y to move the second reading of the | tons, st atious Sl o clack and put om hia etothes | {ondering our’ sincere syupath hy ta the
Cy Navauge June J une Tate Jane t Joo Home, Hule Bill earlier than was ta- fro the hous hereveleed w biow ft was , relatives, ‘ other
A June 7 Wune 15 Dune 18 June i Vane 2 asiy 8 tended, | Mr. Walter Long will move GUESTS OF HOTEL DE PARIS, dente him by flinds, who gave him aa
: Sa ve dd une 2 ely 1 July 9 7H ite rejection ay, arguing thet sotber blow, ‘aud thes ‘rar away. tae —
June. July 6 July 7! . July 10 Joly 20 a Unloniste areind gnant atthe sitempt ! he let of ‘Game up and aleo struck bin,
—— ia Doses renin i EE ! “a ” to rush the Bill and wife diecusslon ong follwing Te det ‘atl ie sucete Mr. Velaxar —It was a heavy 4 blow PRICES GURRERT.
ym STEAUERS Sail FROM PIER 2 BROOKLYN. Tire ‘stores, "| Reta twelte, dayeasip | | Messts Nicholson, Cipriani aod fan. tld iat fea caret what ita ~~ april 19,
Jaman Yateerng axa faavmua Co. Lav—New York and Trivid Taxk The eupporters of the Bill think | fy (0, Chaunu tte Gourges, Mraod Mra fle Wornbip | W¥ith a tick ¢ — yaa new youd Pt Apel so
i Dean Ureuada , Boon Broa, MoCoxxnne7& Uo. L1p,—Demerart, Financial, Comnmiorcial and Yosur- argumect will i be erhausied, and ix (ardelud, Fedtetton Hanutree Doctor | 2 Complainant evatinuia ould be received | 1 EQUI,
rigues, ie + a jouw frote fods a
bot carry passengers frou new New York. ance Agonts, diye seer for discussing everything Trocouis neat coltho mea j Rroaind Hite alte and clanghtsrreat cient Oy i pera GR0u gain
* 1 7. lig, a) are! as ott. lo weil te
WEL HW DISESTALLISIMENT see brine Ont 2, Carnusto Deran remewber (hat lt was bor buetand ne iesbedl pres bah Hayeaw

ESTIMENT WANTED

, DDE ONATQ! Ral “> Po ae os Py Garela trim, Otto Keinmter, T js
| ae on mk rr | RECOVERED.” Avalyels of tbe divle jo upoa the “ ee weral the ore An rent tothe Dovtor. ns | .
69 On "et Class Becu. gn. be had (by arrang te

Asmyes CIGARETTE UASE wos Welsh iovetablishauent ill shows the HARBOUR IMPROVEM ENT 1 wae unable to weik, £ worked for five ole et 194 ets

Nationallets sulidly supported it, but sbitibags per tay. They took me fora















daily from Ma. Hy F bud was recovered through | but many Liberale abatsted dustikin
0a Property. Will , ment) daily bl bt oie Get your | its proviions for endowme * SCHEME. ietendante did nut gu lato the box nor ver I rot a
bite Bums Apply to CORBIE at De Bilva’s Bta om ‘ewelry eograved by YRANCHISE REFOUS, the Editor of th Portof-Spam | *s0any withees called Attar sowe betel Styawreservs
Umiwemeseye) (Abercrombie St. Puro bred} "ESCERINT IT'S. | ater igaaverept pete satus | 70 fhe itor fhe Porter Spe Dena a eataais dae eae PUTS
wv ome ule an els: 08!
o ( Gir,- Mr. A. (inne Vavlens 1 joinder .
‘on. rapaquire | Toggenburg Nam gu service. | JOREN)STREST. bie preeea re eee cdased "| 1m 70a paper thle ulotalog to iy letter | wan serio one smd oaered (rare | RECHLANEE BS Lownay:
RAILWAY RALES BILL. ublivbed iu your Suudsy’s lsue bos | pay £2 ooupwasatinn each. Days Bight i
e 7 a A storm Ye Atbreatening over the attention | Monday Bad Instant, ner een semen “
Bil authoriziog rellway compa- rsa iu the course of bis epech Trinkéed DD 1F181E
’ Blew to ralee rete re re eeey Uhat If bedieeppeareadfraan | THE IMPERATOR'S L. S LAUNCH, Piliboot
’ sate forthe compuleory resin the business (bunkerin 9) stead Mea
. wegos, Notice hee teen given of sis would oproe to tats iil ig) eouvetiody elve | AN IMPOSING FIGURE IIKAD, Uplasd
‘ = ember wtwe plows the |! Te as theve remarks it ative Ar. i Renee le taken fromthe Shay ie Fie ©
7 y ih eees Uy Clary | gehen MSE fe te |All aes en, 0
al
Richar dson and Selway iHeuse ot the Aswoaition of merebente | â„¢ ing ol st met aod treders. Wit och Dootentious have thet effect, 1 uaturally eouct creda wy f that ite ou LONDON.
* BIG SALE wo atlameat may eff until | ney Mr Davies waa slugung his“ waa mon b been com . te ts 2c t SUGAR.
* STITANIO” MEMONIAL SERVICHS, |60Ng ” 1 ein pla to learm from blu, | week «oleh ae te te sheer
q ' v Oa Sanday, © Titamo” memorial ase | Wet be, coly mean to udiowte tha" by Ma ment oe thee Maw ena,
F— t vices were Weld ia many plea The | * en vorepasintad ie Usatiog Oa., | reseh doay the largest fa the oven wh
. Nev, Koglish ofticlated at an Kast Bad | W\GNt Oe Oe ee ie i oicave inte | woe wil dade frou pe saertiine | Ceram Syer
PRINTS | Betberin of UU) of several nation. vie 7 “ tt ide if wy “attew dari month It ts in Cob, i
' Ke Houtbsmpten 40,0U) ol io wen » eit i uy a pe | dha gthett ceunne dave We pr works ta
‘ } tilans end farge aval and rellitary | ou to te isos 4 i er Pete etiey meals yorusit, me 7 ml No wt dew, Resting terena
red contingents attended an open alr | Tel oinit of dr Lavievs atloape Gy seark an tee hletory of ihe few. 1 plien 1)
; MONDAY. 4c. MON Y, ° meetlug, mapetly the dagger 1 mee erect marlon aoe
‘ a ‘ ' , BURVIVOR or y THTANIOS” Tow tuout taoee rate uf Mi. Daviess t i» intereating © learn that the fu ua
— CREW that to walk oa bused sbipe peretor lu spite Of bes modernity, will
. The * Laplaod ” arrived at ty. ifwe er eus deep water, | as veveralou at, (iid and ‘ ,
Richardson and Selw yo a mouth wih 167 survivers of the | fall tw vee tbat hese whet vee would be wile 6 feature wi
. _ . | Tea had venged wo herp taf ony urentor dgnuer, then @ dep ss els te x bi ‘ te
ie ‘ i" a peeveut ummnaloninn . Spal calcbere at the shore end uf ot mak figure ead we yustelical use ‘on
* ° Sad thels an were tas pier, ‘Tels altel of bis to yet oticy oFihcyuaine ofthe atin. "the “Tm Fetrutouse «
Y Sealaers U wie pa to & ret mary, cau Oe suuuned up iu poration will carry et bur pryw- the old Tei
a . / the Beard Wy wud —"tate' wr wie) Ww vig wo ly tale evawecuvs “ued hears
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Only......$1.20.

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MAILLARD'S.








Ex Recent Arrivals.

1382 Bags Nagra Rice ;
. 250 Bags ite Rice tM
200 Boxes Blue Cloud Soap—20s.
24 Cases Jewel Lard - 25s. ° ..

, 10 Tierces ,,’ ,.. ‘
50 Pales __s,, »2each 25 gs.

50 Cases Emperor Frederick

Water —100 pints
59 Cases ,, , 5? pints
LOO Bales German Paper


























2 a out a
© from Morean fe of a very |» Déteetive xalsiamnecter Orstefio | : —~—
ating tary cotta 9 | iene RAE creator N HOAD ;
ext nary ary weatl@ ‘ fe Dar gade fees eee ected :
. *
atest désteuction to property,
uring th a
bug, for It iscertata that the fires | reports that at midnight eg Apel
De flora, ador fee field after an hour qteaming.
comes. The result lethat masy of f bergs. La Tournine was fu com Re
CURRENT EVENTS, Demerara has been summoned for Touraine! as ere net ite bre:

ft tee ter
parte ie eae are stoning the | out frow Ireland on next Monday. - \
tates|| The French liner “La Tongalse,” H : 3
have ta sete tribute to the. ales| which arrived at Jlavreon A 10th BOOT & S OE SPEGIALISTS:
t has, very | 10 she encountered « hu
prrpetiy, “probigited "he setilng ot with the tops. of the | prres aah 7
1 asant | abare e er,“
marcas at te dues, raran [tava ae t'agcteaten' hel ALL THE LATEST Sw
have their -
lands rendy for themsin whenever it] Next morning ahe passed ‘other leo “ . ~ IN .
' . leation leith the Titanle on t :
awe the larger owners are heary towers atiernoon of Aprit 12 The “Diese ' 1S
MIDDEUT FuUrL A meeting of the Goinbined Court of | Nouvelle” quotes the captain of “Lea BL K, R . , BOTS ie
‘ oe <&
AT 2mMrOns ¢

, for the purpose of { wireless deapate
TU.DAY, covetielage deacich from Une Bete: sence of icebergs to the oaptain of the
May Day. , tary of State reganting the reduction | Titanie, who . ecknowledged _ the

a of the salary of the Chief Juctice of | message vith thanke.
. rece ided upon & _
Full Moon, ~—— . that colony It nly de ‘ iat the ' Irie understood het Captaln Gokl: From id es $1.20 to

_ s ta: {State ia of op nion that | in reset ty Chief of Volice and Con:
Appeal Gourt10.9) am the action of the ‘Cambin Court was van a ently Coane kee age we SHIT OUR
aia, will eho

ce a es? tia Manaanitta | [rreguler. -- tanta for an Interenlontat Tepats *

oe megienday’s cable quotations showed
i it 4p } the Shares of the General Petroleum
pane Lenton Heetrie Theatre 8b) | rr nertice of Trinidad Lid at 11a Sl

13001 os against He Bi—lls BL the

ma ho revinueday. In like manner Trint-
Ilgh Water Morn 50 Kven 1.19 pom. t ad Uilfielts, LED, tears at dis hl —














‘Tomnament. Mra. Gohling i hei SP E CI AL i ly AW BRO GUE ‘7

nis C hampton, and, as is known

faptain Golding is anc ntbuelast over
the game. . AG 8a BO =






Mea, KC BRuok, two children, and










Sun rises . &46am. IMS. T, " Se 3
ag 8 Nuno seta : 6.18 pm, | 345) es against Ba kd 2es fd the day | rusid left by the RALS. “Trent en 4
. tervday for England ona long holiday.
75 Creole Corn Moon - a before Mi. Huck, however, we learn cannot 6 ¢
leave at preaente asthe atfelesin con- . ‘ ;
nection with the-vil industry in all . .

ne Owing to an ephiciuic af measles
DE TH. now exisWng ab Maracas, the Govern:

—— ment School of the district, of which
Mar—Tast evening at her late real. | Mp8. A, Alexis is headmaster, bas

den Maud, wife of Inspector May, of 1 le of weeks,
the ‘Trinidad Constabulary, Funeral had to clone for 8 coupie of wee corner" ae farascil is ooncerned and

takes place at 4.30 pm. today from No. | phe statement of the businees alfalre | this year bids falr to be full of intereat Sn = an

BNew Direet Weasel Salots, wee pf Mi Ernest Marnum laa been fled in | to both lovestorsand the Goverainent,

timation. P the Official Recelver's Oflice, George- =

er reamees | Lown, Demerara, ‘The assets are esti A peculiar incldent oveurred at the

IN DEX TO PAG ES tated at 808,98, and the Habilities at | Cuy Police Court yesterday, when a
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that Tented hae. how “turned ‘the CONNER MARINE SQUARE & OUAOON stim)
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patleof the Island demand his enn-



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that Trintlad hae now















showing a deficiency of | witness named Miteell had to be


















. ee — ——————— eee SALIGRHL The largest: creditors are | duivea ont of court, on account of
t A . “ ” k 2—Titanfe’s call for help heard Provl- | Messrs hem and Campero to the he erratic mannee in vwehich he ae
entiaally . relese opera- | exteit o! ,! of whieh ep aking elalement. ean nekew

J d E N fi N Y * tor of Catpathia, off duty pre- sured by the Maglelrate Lo discribe the hat
ls FPIVE X 8.8. ayaro rom ow oF paring to retires but het not me -——— the complainant wore, be ture?

removed apparatus from ears! Me H. UL Hunn; and jockeys, | aronnd to the complainant who had





the hat tn her hand for flentification



= IMENT OF when he caught distress sig: | Jimmy’ Schaller, Bonner, D. Camp-
t= i A BHI ‘ TENT E nal—Had call come two mis. bell Eo Bade aod Landen with the The Magteirate thought that his atory
- . utes later it would have gone | **ghees’ Actress, AUigp ie, Reprosch, | waa incredible aod eventually dive
Pp t 1 k B unheeded. atid Revenge, returned hera yesterday | him out of the court.
d § amous Wall e0 ber. St, Andrews Golf Club, from Demerara by the KMS. ——
The Morning Post saye.—“ Accord





Dewerata Turf Club; The win- ; ‘* Balautia".

nia
3—Latest Telegraugs, With the exceeptlon of Grenada,



ing to Hegulatlons made by the
Governor of Trinidad in Council

LIMITED.





whe Seer of Quatity.









































































Acknowledeed by C wewours to | fuerte oft otel de Parl, h saya a gentleman who carne down by under sector a of the Penalins :

AcCKIONICdged by Connomseurs to be arbour Improvement Scheine, the . erbice yeaterday, all the rdinande, + the number of yvare E 0000 0000 0000 00000000 0.000 0.004 0-000 00-00 0. 00-ScmmI

. theâ„¢Blue labbon of all American Beer Two Devectlves Charged with | ivlands are haviog. faitly heavy | to be added ta the period of service . ;
- ‘ . Assaulés Admits = uaving | showers of rain. renada is still, | under Regulation 17 for the purpose of




computing pensions is as follows: —
For the iret Class, ten years; for the
Hecond Class, Hye years; for the Third

struck and thought it was a | almost, asdry as [rinidad.
thief; Magistrate believes

Sold by all the leading, Hotels, Provi-
assault was serious and order- The following greeting was published

tion Merchants Groveries, Birs, Shops & Restaurants in the









Istancl and Wholesale from ed £2 compensation, by the St. Lacla Voice ia ite last | Clava three years The Firat Class
. The Iwperator’s Launch; An 1m | Iiseue.—“*We extend a heaity wel-] comprises Judges of the Supreme

HY. PEREIRA ai HAMEL SMITH. k pong Hees ed. come “ Ua rain Goldin . gut pew (acts the becond Olav the Alteraey

‘ ow 5 7 ° pastero Markot Q rotations, chef o lice, and Lo Mrs. Golding, eneral, thé Margeon Genergl, atl the

PRONE 270 SOLE AGENTS. Death of Mra, G, H, May, who accompanies hims they ariived Duector of Pabke Worke when a




S+Oa Tour with the Governor; Up] by the Mail on Thursday. Captain | member of the Inatitution of Civil
the Orinoco and Ste Tributa- | Golding will God plenty of good work | ngineers. The Third Glasa compres
ries; The Enchanting Scenery ; | ready to bis hand, both in iespect to [tte Solicitor General, Medical Onicers,
The ** Delta” voyage to and | the Police Forve ae well asthe Volun- | Stipendiary Justices when Warristere-
from Cindad “Bolivar and | teers, We hope asa result of hie] at-law or Advocates of the Seatch Bar,

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ASSURANCE GO. LTD,




“ Imatacas ezuclan Hospi- | efforts soon to see an iaiprovement in | the Director of Pubhe Works when
tal ity, both bodies for which there is full | nota member of the Inatitution of B 9 al
Clvil Bogineers and the Cémmasioner uy 4
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‘The Late Hon, W. GL. Dyett, scope,”
Berbice Races; Os Massiah wins ae
five aces; Collnton Unbvat- On most of tha sugar estates, dawn




of the District Court,








THEN COME TO a

WILSONS





en; Man absenteca south, says @ correspondent, only half At the City Police Court yesterday,

or LONDON. n poor fields ho a cause or at inowt three quarters ue the, gett: ere tie Aerobic Me B ack sve \«
7—Neroien of meno 9 died tnales have been or wi ceached. t 6 a ptr years of age

Establishod 1782. . of the Titanic. ied on Deck Of course, the weather has been great. | was Arrought up by Constable Turton

8—_The The Trinidad Dance Orchestra. | fy fostrumental for thie backwant for loitering at Brunswick Square
Lhe gitl, whoee uncle was called failed

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NSURANOES effected against Loss by Fire on every deseription ot Tranquility Square ‘Tenpie Toure state of affairs. No work Sau propeily Pha Cea ‘
? ; 1 ‘ ' 1 i namen' Tort 6 an es eTactor accoun
I Vroporty, including Derricks, ‘Buildings and Engines on Oilfiolds Demerara Races, only to allow the ludentured idnid- | and she was sent to the iteformatory
on the most favourable terms. 9-—Qur Article on The Hospice | gtants to carn their minimum ae re- [until she attains her fifteenth year. zs
Bridge.” quired by law thatany Held work is f Ule Worship rewatkedt~that in Liver- (AND THEY WILL HELE YOU, 2
" i.

The SHOENIX, Isone fof thertoldertt ant wealthiens Oli inexisten
andjhis Branches ond Agencies throughout the world,

ane accumulated funds exceed £14,000,000 eterling.
Clalme Paid ” £85 OU0.000
Revenue ° £%200,00
. Vrowpt and Liberal Settlements,
« TERTIUS WILSON,
Agent for Trintdad—Oftice 5 Chacon Street.

Leprosy in Demerara; Experi. | belug done. The eatth be so bard | pool there waa a wellknown eociet:
Miaeote with Nastia Poul thatno good work want be done, eo] Sbich locked afier waifa and stray,
Minett's Uufavourable Keport. | that ropiietors ace lung money oa | Mou-ignor Nagent who did good work
Another Piecocious VU hild, allsides. Fortunately the prices of | 0 tebalf of the Roman Catholics, by
Cause for Sympathy, ‘| the sugar igZair tanking after the waifa and strays

St. Lacia Civil Service, —~- When be dled he way honoured by the
— On the atival of the RMS. Balan. | erection of a atatue. Dr, Bernado's
ITEMS tia at Demerara tact week, the Trini-
. OF NEWS. dad passengers wert subjected to strict




A Splendid Assortment of Silver"

= floctro Plated Goods on Hand

f o a

PLEA AND COFFEE SETS. FISH KNIVES

ie CARVING SETS, ENTREE DISHES, rel

# ELECLRO PLATED WAITERS, ICE WA
JUGS, CLARET JUGS,

LADIES’ SILVER MOUNTED BRUSHES 4
TOILET SETS. Z

REAL NUCCET SCARF Pl
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Ladies’ Fancy Depart i

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New Lines in Alpaca

IN CREAM, NAVY ZANDAGREY 7%
at He to We. per Yard. a





Now Being Landed

R. M.S. “CARONI” —

a FURTHER SUIPMENT OF

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home alao did good work forthe Pro-
teatants, Hut in this colony, unless
, . medical examination Sy the Poet | these children are brought before the
The Venezuelan steamer Detta will | Health Officer, and were also required | Uollee Magistrate, there was no Ixidy
leave for Ciudad Bolivar on Thureday | to deposit 810 by way of guarantes for | whuse busdnese it was, to look after
the érdinshatl p.m, Malle close at! futher medical attendance, them, end tbe result was very bad,
luau, —- for the colony, Captaid Joy of the
; = Mr. H, W. Pritchard will {rons to. | Salvation Ariny wha was prevent,
The.C.C have deciled to send us | day assume permanently the duties of ] eald that they bed one or two that
the colony's representatives to the | hiv new appolatment av Magletrate of | they were trying to look after,
cycle spurts to be held on Kwpire | San Ferouudo, La rea and Oro- — 7 -
ay io Trinidad, Duncan Studet, the Qpuches slaitady Mr Vo X. def Mr. Vt. Huan of Trinidad expreqsed
Herbice champion, and Nobrega erteui! will assume ble duties | hisnself at the clos of the reccot
{Rather Scoles) whoa showed up eo jas Magistrate of Savauua Grande | Spring Meeting in Demerara, as beln
rilliantly at the recent sports at {and Morugs peadiog the appro-| very plensed at the general oondivet of
Borde. Both represeatatives will | val of the bevretary of State for | the meeting, which wae one of the






leave for Trinidad on the 12th instant. | the Colonies, piassantest and most sportmaniike be
ees es adever seeain thu West Indies for
rin Metdeye telegrarme, pudounce a A fos race me sald to have been | many years, ——
so in the ¢ matket by Ud, belog | recently ruo weet the shoonere}] TheSt. Vin ¢.
HOw Quoted at bU/-, “Majestlo”and “Lettie M. Hardy” on | Indian Neediewo, ee ceeatalit
me thelr wey down frog Harbados tv | opened at Oachegie Hall, Kiogeton
Durlow a wordy encounter between | Demerara both being coasigoed to fon fact Thursday 35th ultimo, He
a Demerara lawyer and @ Georgetown | Mesaca, Pimenta & UUliveira, It is} Hononr the Adimthletrator, | Mr.
magistrate, the former complafoed | sald thatthe “Majestic. left Barbadoe | Gedeon Murray perforining the
that the Beach was not treating the | balf-an-boor aflec the “Lettie NM. | ceremony, He was accornpamed ly
Bar with respect, .Upoa thia, tbe Ma | Hardy" and the weather deiog Ane} iiua Mrs, Murray. Me Norniag
istuate nee frum bis swat with the ¢ she crowded on sall and svoa overtook Lamont, and Mr Uerbert Fergerson
vllowicg exclamation. “2dauotaice | the latter schooner, She arrived fifty | of Grenada, Kxbibita were received
pect aoybody.” The lawyer duly ap, | minutes before the “Lettie M. Ueady” | fromthe following Islands and were et
waled to the repotters ta nole His | accompllehing her voyage jo 51 hhuury; | hibited :—Tilaidad, ‘Sobsgn, Grenads,
Vorsbip’s expression, This appesred | 1 buur, 2) migutesIyes than ber rival, | Union Istend, Bequla, t Virunt, Ste
Wy have bad t 6 dealped cifect, for won is fe slated Lhat whilst folng oP he Licla, Martinique, Guadeloupe, Mont:
after the Magletiute apoly; the atbados she ules raved with the | serrat, Anti Mi i
beirister for what he had sald, aud |" Comrade,” which left Demerara 19 ee rer euilla. Bt.
edaltted having lost his temper. minutes before her, ayd yun.









Klts, Nevis, Tortola, | Anegad,

Puerto Ricv, Cubs. The show wasn
wagniffcent une and deaw forth the
bigest pralsesfrom the vieltore, The




The Constabulary Baud will play in Mr. Robert Kernahan has leva ap-








~IN— the Hotanle Jardeus to-olgbt luted act ae Engineer In Ub Id . : tae i
Svrclock, one forolghe rom ae Barvey during’ the absence en Mre Murray bette tasted var B Also a Special Line in Silke Strip

: A resident iu Fort Limoh, writing to deave of Mr. E. Jt Buuart inuch to popularize St Vincent, Vollos in all Shades at 48c. & 60c per PY
the Colon Independent, says, th Jt fs enid that Me. 1. B. Roles, | Refentog to L z
, BARRELS OF SEVEN DOZEN PINTS, | sissies ‘susstowccera thoes Ft td uel MG. tlt tout | tetany sigiamaton vot by A SPECIAL LINE 4@
* | Kanna bre cut down waded wfoconts | louvers aspieing’ toone ot the Judge: | Bande ot Trnteaiety Wh, Foun PLAIN VOILE—Duuble Width—at 30a ped
cut down waged cen #, t¢ aspiring + | Borde of Tria tuld a Demerars mm PLAIN 3— Double Width—at JOG Pe sa

per day, nu uian te alluwed to carn | shipw erpected Lo fall vacant eaten | pr an that bh i v4 ‘ o

more than $4) per wonth and tbe peo- eaily dew in one of the fslands, Jt Mould zee Many edit nub urpect he B® COLOURED NINONS-.. Inall Best Shades ab,

— vwaeon s and his visit inte Year would : d







ple are sinply exjeting by the mercies | will by remembered that Mr. Moden
of green bananas, elo, Added tothls, | bas been credited with having refused
every article of food bas jumped from | & TrloWed wagletracy recently.

ten to twenty-Hve per cent, on account —- =

of the new dutics which have come Dr. J. W, Haklo will shortly be pro-
lato fuice. orgdingao Hoagland on leave ol absence,

7 : while Dr. J, A, tetos will aot for blu.

It waa Chief Hanger Lyneh, 4.0.7, —_
whe presided atlect Satunday night's | Me. J.B. Perera M., Director of the
meeting of Court bily of lére, not JHIl | * Gula Nacional de Venesucla," arrived
as wae slaled, bere yesterday on his way to Caracas

Nr, J oD. Euole Builth, Postusster | The Demerara Aryary wlulee that
for Jauuioca, has Leen made a noiml | the outguiog Mail wiiltehe to Trial:
Rate! Meesber of the ls gislative Oeun- | dad tue wellknown mare Privcess
ell of that colony in the rooni of the | Koa, whose racing csreer is hoown to
lion. H. LO. Brown, who hae resigned, sporlauen jy Lh a4 pataey and the

. — nelghbouclog jslaads le pepular

The Hoa ble H. J Walcott, (Gollec- | mary ts nut seating the shore of
ley @ Ousioue) one of the Trakiad | Uriah Guisoa fur good, au way be
delegates” at the revent ifeci { thought, but fur the pur paws of gting
proaity Ooaleyace beid a} QOtiawa, {to the stud, binge vhe gygeed to
re here yusterday by the | sppear onthe turf shy waseest by
De Heawer “St Grol” frou | bet owser, Hon FF. Diag tothe stud
Loadoa. of Correa St neh and sy Kitts,



be more lat the fature of ostablishin
himselt and securing engagements
for the pest ractog season. (hace he
le eatalllehed, Horde states he does put
anticlpate returolog to ihe West
fodian turf He «poke with coné
dence regarding ti Venture and
thinks he will be able ta sécurw satis
factory engagements for the aext
season, and hisown against the
Englivh tlders. Unless he succeeds
earier than he expects, hie present
pies are to atay three or four months
3 Kowlend this year, return to the
West od for the ed the year
ag—io ber at Demera,
Dronihibes acPilndied ad than
anuaty ru Be ra:
whbh be w 2 bask ta Kogiagd et
she epenlug af tbe Gat racing season
there lo Starwh, Hordes chante uf
@woees of the English Lurf are 61.
ehaoced by the faut of hin be: suh a
Hghtwoigbts ider Wewaouy 1 tw bas




Talffetalint

ABS CFD .
Pas Hes FOR LINING ‘

The Best Substitute for silk —2§ cc ats per’
* in all Shades, .

SELF COLOURED SATING FOR CU nto
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This excellent STOUT was sold
exclusively at the Agriculteral
Hxhibition and was highly
Appreciated.

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GRELL Co Ltd The Morning Poot Pry . wie Walter aout make ae holt Pies Redletvinad uup you ear ah in
4 7 6 § eos, eg te loud se, will 1a cond ber a ie nowrt of eet te cele at seve nwne, bad .
a . it ations is use weit ier to atte ‘a by a's ot Buide can cide Nnafotte eu DERN :
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THE PURTOFRSPAIN GAZETIR W EDNES\Y MAY 1 T9412

ON TOUR WITH THE GOVERNOR. ASTROLOGY. LEARN

THE FUTy
UP THH ORINOCO AND ITS YOUR MARRIAGE DATE, 4
TRIBUTARIES.

THE ENCHANTING SCENERY.

THE “DELTA’S” VOYACE TO AND FRO
CIUDAD BOLIVAR AND IMATAGA.

VENEZUELAN HOSPITALITY.









































































to bea veritable bea, Thin
Inguess of bomen taletence wi amply
lemonate: the fwposing gran-
deug that ‘met the eye on every side. watde, the people aasembled near the peatt tgeernl vw Bie wes Larne | at All
Barancas, famous for ite cattle was | landing place discharged Areworks. | paints Onan ‘ew ‘Town, Jey Canon A.
reached at }'% ami on Monday, | All the islneea houses [a Bolivar | ptoubersie) 3 A. officiated at the ser
Adjoining this place is @ village called | were closed. The buildings were pro | vice which was choral, and there was
El Baladero where there are now erect. | fusely decorated with flage and the | wleo tltew If, A. Melyitle, vicat of
ings roodern factory for preparing beef | people went, wihl wits enthuslasm | St. Margareta Charch, Belmont. An
extracts, canned meate and laseajo, | A woman Crotn Trinidad esger to thow | eeccrt of the tTrounted Constabulary, io
The Governor bad receive au invita. | her loyal-y bustted into the erowd | charge of Sab Inspector arene
tion trop the joaneger Nr. Max Bode about GO atrong witb & baby tn her coed the pre to eee oligo Constables
Uy ja place on his wa own | herar tth the ojva
and sea result of which feeble effort | Jack. me covered fn Ruatrled the entrance to,se Come ae

‘as Misa Quita Dyett.
will be made later on to desciibe the The Custome Oficialu dressed in Foe eo eo place in be folly
lace and also the msaue operandi, | full unifotm and the port doctor | vault at the Lapeyrouse bemetary,

Neé scenery on the river after this was | catic on board bringing & selection of | The bearers were Iona, 2. U, Bushe. and
much the same untill aboot 4.00 aim, [ fine tlowera ina Usy, These they | Auther Watner, Mrs W. Gordon Gordon,
when we arrived at ‘Jou Castillos” | presented to the ladies on the Delta. | Mr. Harry Smith. and Mr. Joseph Sele) ——————
(the castles or forte) cothmanding the | Mr, Robert Henderson sent a beautl. | ler, and “Me. W. Montgomery mton 5 |

carr ren
ere gaily | 4 ead had a very fond affettion
Scoveted with fageana Gonting end

deoor ated with flage a DE for damb anigials.
asthe Delta tern her bow ebore- ‘Sie FUNERAL





























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STROLOGICALLY calculated 13atamps, Futore 4
A is ate or both together 28 stamps. Borne se Poy
Legacies, Health, Love, Tallemans Horascopes, ete, Oreule
views ty appointment only. Send Birth Date and Stamped ada
Addcras * AstROLODER,” Miranda ffotel, Port-of-3paia, Aniwoeit

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a
on
adva mth t others who attended we noticed | on foot-—-under County In lor

Guuded Dollvar "Kor the purpose for | fditha Le iieater A” gourd vet | Hisbareilency the Governor Sie Geom | Baker and Sub-fnepectore Uireh ond DISTRICT coggy)

which they w intended, 1 R. Le ante, with Captala Hooton A.D.0 Manoiog badlittletodo, All thaspe-« —
situation 'ewuld have been’ chosen | command cof Csneral, ieatael lipyes { Hfeneurubles BY eng HB TEVaE | slat ateamera, traios and motor buses | Dfore Hie Honow tn oun
slanding as they do at the head of | (chief of Police: vasdrawa up’ ta | Ob D. Sens By ‘ 3, D, | run were largely patronised and from 7 O Davld, Rory

Kay, lent Colonel G, D.

bend Inthe tiver on & conical shaped | receive the Governor who landed | (oust, Wo}; } Townsend Fenwick | C&tly morn the little town presented .

hill, ‘Half ‘a battalion of soldiers | aboitly after (6 Jun in his eastern | Lica colonel It, 8 Maroball, Bie A. Van | Quite a lively appearance, Visitors! Jobn dow Santon tfog et

(about 100 inen) manned the gune and [ uniform and drove tothe residenee of | Luctc Smith, CJ and Justices lt, A [ came from all parte of the colony and | antonio deCaairo—J Conk

YU heard veut th there fa direct’ communication to] the President accompanied by his | Swan, and A. D. Russell, Its Worship (a the Grand Stand and paddock there ; tif for $0.76 and coeta, demes te

nil SNe bean nto angels about ul e | from the viinity of the Andes nearly Bolivar and other Venezuelan cities by | secretaries Captains A. 4 Mooten | Dr E Wackwood Wright, Mossra Hh wae are resentative company ‘ptrouk _ajlepriette Augastos ¥ Soncph

\ Mice beyond, During the whole } 1 f . : h E. (Clarence ames Nor | siders,” Mr, T, Bennett's Band, while udgment for def, wpe

Ooo y' ig neans ofa telegraph station, the very | and Boddani-Whethaw. The leet | Aragae ison C, W. | were in uclform. diseuesed antenters David The efenaat 4 oo

surpibee to Und that ite majesty and "if Sunday (let) the air was in-| firstof ite kind to be se . man, Edwin Wileon, John
marred seen jon the [naned Rentlemen — tugether with taining programme which added in its Jadament for plaloulit toe a"™
















altraotive leauty have in no way , tinsely bot and it was with dificulty { Quinoco aiver Jt was with some | Colonel Swalh alee wore thetic une | Soe't, Gordon Smith, T Geddes Grant,















been exaggerated. I was ylad to hare fone wae able to remain on deck. | degree of eatief Alex Fraser, Kdgar filpp Vaul H. Schee cos

* tlon that we fohaled | fertus, ex Fraser, Rdg P way to the success of the meeting and -
seen mB place about which I weetohl | However, after nightfall, the tem- the pure alr as ¥ ed . D «, | teh Alfredo deigert. |, Jardine J. Ft orcoure to the enjoyment of these | s,Jr%Ph Lomprens = Rotert
so much, aud I can now asecet without | pering breeze front the surround: | the vue of “which Mieenved tes awe houve aero ae te dae ceecek Solager, C. Durity, T Cumming, Gosisy present, ley Judgment for plain tor ae

Prine @ EL Guppy, J. 2. Seitler, Dr.
J w Eakin, Dr Pe cetholm, Captain
2 i) Swunders, Nev G Bourne, Chavelller




fear of contradiction Lbat itenovelly [ing verdure was, ve efreshing.
aod beauty js only surpassed by the [Some of the party a ‘poard thes
hospitality of ite people whore adinir | Lictia indalged in“ shooting birds
able qualities cannot be toohighly Paud — alligators along the banks
praleed. of the titer, The as, Apuré
In orden that the party should have } Pusted us ot about 2 p.m. on her way
an opportunity of enfoylug the scenery up to Trinidad with cattle and over nm placed ” Excelentisma Seior George Lo
Ia the Maocareo chaunel, [t had beea-} 42,000 lu raw gold extracted from the San Feliz was the next stationreach- | Hunte, Gobernador de la Isla de
previously arranged thac the Dells teh mines at El Catlao. A miner on | ed on the tlver after passing Los Cae- | Trinidad:
would arrive at the moath of the river nat by the name of Gabino Franco } tillos and here (at 7 Wa.m.) tbe British El Presidente de loa Estadus Unidos
atdaylightoao Sunday. Accordingly Hlone sold £10.00 in gold buggetsearly | Vice-Consul Mr. Edwatdo Mathison | de Venezuela, estA muy contento de
daring the early morning, on hearia thls month And was proce: ing on to brought the fullowing reply to the | vuestra viulta th cata regidn de la
where we were, all bande asserubl: I ana jad. This lucky fellow, it fe said, | wessage sen’ by [lis Excellency to the | Republica, como también de la det
on deck to catch a feet glimpee of Lhe Cathe & pocket fo the mine at El] President of Bolivar at Los Castillos + | hoaciable acompafiamiento que tradis,
river and the country aurroauding it, | {A040 ig gave away some of the . Hollvar, April 22. | de tal manera quecon antipacion me
jor as the last stare were gilmmering | ‘rt and in this another person Is stat- | [ls Excellency Sir Georze ki Le Hante. | dirigiv, uos expresiva communication en
n the beavens, The veyaye from [tito have got about $100 in gold, On Board ‘the oa. “Delta.” que bie eocarga manifest&ronla, Asi,
‘Trinidad the previous night falthough | Uut this is not to be wondered at whea | Iam indeed grateful and I co Hd | pues, vos, seuor, y vuestra dielinguida
by no meanea rough one, was hever- | ‘bis sald that the Callao miloe yields mort attentively to yor salutations | corntiva, eeitls tecibidus con entera
theless, not altogerber weal. A con: | ote than ten times the gold produced accom panies you inet y party, that cordialidadt por el Gublernu y tos
siderable sea was runving in the ber-4 'Y an, other mine including trip te this city where you LA awatred havitantes de ests localidad, y reper
pent'’s Mouth and thie naturally pre: tislds the fatious South African | with anxiety and impatience. que os enrontréis en ella. como ra
vented one from sleeping. ilappily, ivide, It is believed by some that Lours Govor. vuestra propia casa, si no con
however, this cha4 tw an absolate | the sein discovered sone years ago Prealdent of Bolivar, | abundan.ca comodidade-, si von et
calm when once we had passed the which made the place famouand then | The toyage fiom San Felix to Ciudad | alecto con que setrata & un pueblo
hocas. The momning wae detiahtfully disappeared ruysteriouly, hae again | Bolivar a distance of 46 miles was culto y ainigo, como lo es es a ‘ciudad
fioe withactoar sky,out of which the pubis ite appearance, ut to return | full of interest and the scenery which | tan iotimamente figada coun vue-ta
to the elles and the scenery on the | atthe beginning of tbe voyage wae | vecina Trinidad, cuyas fails eotan
uae verily no apology is needed for | good now became positively dazzling. | uuwdes por mas dé un vinculu con
wee secant ot itw iuscious beauty | the sun shone down from the very [Jas nuestras,'
ve ek tepore, The palm known | zenith of his pery no we cat that after- In tha course of his reply His Excol-
ts the Mutiche flourishes ell around the | noon on deck and gazed away Into | lency said he was very Ubaokful for
ute one penetrates into the stream. f the pate blue skies, Aligatore swarm | the kind invitation be had tecelved
hom pity deacribes them as grows | ed on the sandbanke and the birde in | frou the President to visit the city of
wig tn the Mountaifs of Guayana up | (hei: lordly flight passed by. We did | Molisar, Ile bad been louking ‘for-
an a titude of 6,000 feet, ‘Ihe loose | not hear the howl of a monkey, nor | ward to this trip with very much
suilin s ne 1 it lives is of a dark brown | did wesee any crocrodile or jaguarp pleasuie accomplished «long cherish-
colour are u be fruit floate around to | al! common enuughin the marshes ow | ed hope. He was indeed glad to say
ee t ti monkeye and the parrots as | bot sides of the rivez, WMowever, the | that the relations between Tilnidad
wellas the Orinoco Indiaos among birdesang mertily keeping up a con- | and Venezvela were very plessant.

whom according to Humboldt the: Tl ‘
Coueideted waned. Thep tine? © certon the one hand and un the other [They are a great number of Vene

THE RACING, Joh *
At the eleventh Jhour several horses Jadgmene nnd yO. R Alston t
Hage Hoffaana, Messra, August Holler, | which were entered did not put in an | 19s, costs, Jodgment for wae
William scott, Paul Dumoret, J, Gien | appearance. There were Midsummer, | countercialin 10s, 4 and come 8”
dinning, A &. Creighton, U, If. dtephens | Acetylene, Gay Lad and Redlight, NEW actions,

John Gordon, V. Measervey, W. Hadden, | while a ffth—Mazeppa—of wher | Rose Lewis v Tenab—Judgary
A Rae, Spencer Clerk G, Melville, moch waserpected, though she arriv- Plaiatiff onclatm Ie, and coma"

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4, Vietra, EL Poynts Me Kenzie, J. A. | ed went lame and cone 1” The Recelvor Ge
: equently did pera) v Xo,
Rea ee he re veterkos Ae nottakepatt In anyof her engage- oesahak ore Gren OT ‘a
tie IN. Unerly, J. Brown | Mente, Beauty wae also an absentee. Judmnent tor de oath Broa &

a fendant wi

ada number | The result wea that ja several eveots | 1 1 oon,
Ray Alves, Loute tontas, ° only two horses were seen running, ' jadeacne tae poate: Bate
Amongst those who sent wreaths and | which made farrather tame racing. coats, or £045
other floral tributes were, Mrand Mrs. | Nevertheless a fewsurprises coupled — Goodwille and Wileon Lid De
Heneaga Pasea, Sister of the Ariapita | with a few keenond exciting falshee Robinson—Adjourned clght weata
Asylum, Mre Owen, Mra and the Misses / pluea big dividend at the * pari” Tn to plaintim. ‘
Kirton, The Ontice Stall at Gorton Graat one event made up for what waslack- 4 1 lemv George W. :
& Ce Lid F. Be ler, Athedo wormoe | ida in tbe resnects already referred to, efaait a 15d and Soate, at
jordon, | Air. and Mrw, Aly 5 and the crowde were content withthe pic) ¥ Joho Fervirelejua

and family, Mrs. Itithards, Mr. and Sirs. day's sport provided; at any rate no plajotl for §t00 and coats, ~

;

deal out death and destiuciion on upthe patluns) aubeu few tbe

every hand \ stop was made at fevurtyard uf the b idiug. AGer the

“Los Cactitios” aud telegrame (al- | tutroductivn had teen made bh. Law

teady publis ed) sent by His Kacel- | Godoy tha Preeidvat uf the “tate of

leocy the Guverna at whove dis: | Guayana addiemicg tbe Guvernur
eal all the tclegeaph offices had | eald:










































































































































































stars peepedl fazily givirg the musky
waters around a phosphorescent hue,
The aceve that presented itself here
after the long balmy might from Post
of-Spain was beautiful veyonitt descrip.
ton. ‘The green primaval wildoves of
the bush and fuliageat the mouth of
the river, contrasted strangely with
the muddy watec as the Jatter stained
the violet of the tropic sea for several
miles arouod. No word-pictine here
cau adequately descibe the lovely and
changing senery aa the Delta carried
us int the sylvan secesses, Nature

Athi d family. The Trinidad G. Spi =
Shipping and Tradiug Lo, Lid Dr. and | grumbling wad heard, The only re- by confession for Tia See
Mra Artbur Reid grettable circumstance, (fsuch it can | Dr J. GH. biegert and Boca ;
—_—— betermed, was the decision of the | Crawford Judgment by ootvee
THE COMPLEAT COBERNOR Judge in the finalevent o the pro- , 0s. Sd. and Boats, sg
C . gramme when it wee Benerally be- Jere b tament y Angute fab
= , or <1 - lev Li proach, whieh bad won nt for lendant with
SIR WALTER EGERTON'S VIEWS. her previous eoge emente cvolly and cluding al] witnesses, ; =
1 , KCB, KC MG. | comfortobly a aten Joton, ooeph
eee ciate eaeae gtacthe West Indis ] Rut the “learned Judge” decided to aostemene for Plata iB)
Somunittes Huoms on Mar h tb when | Colia ou’s favour, whicb, of course, J. L, King and Co, ¥ Cyr
Misa de Thierry ead a paper on‘ Some | created agood d-alof adverse com’ | ment Tordelendant with Coste, “lay












famous Weat[ndlans.” Inopening the | ment, One thing certain, the race} John Si:

Ripoeedings he sald (acoording to “The | wae aeplendid one from atact tofinish | Jad iment for defendane nk ee
Vest ladis Committee Ciruular) Itis | thelike of which has never before Want Beckles vy Matilds Lowe
tay duty and my Kreat pleasure to intro | been seen on the Berbice Race | Journed to Tuesday next, a

duce o you formality this afternoon our | course, The riding of both Beatrice Walcott ¥ i ae
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lecturer, Miss de Thierry ty golng to read | 4; Jud t
M 1 Borde and’ Bonoer, who were lament for plalatia tor
apaper on “Some Famous West Indiana. the rexpertive jockeys, Nas very much tae

Dtake fh that the famous West Iodians admired, and they deserved the praise L. 0. fants JD, NI

in this case are the fatnous “Weat Indlans for plaintlit t 1
: ight call he | they received. Lovers of the turf wilt, of plaintlit for $10.48 and cous om
of the past, ojherwise it might cai) to the course, eaterd their sympathy to that FA Bk

blusa svariuus gentlemen who are here ardent sportaman—Mr. Thomas J lood trea of Church of Englande:


























beth in Its scenic yeandeur and abund> could be seen elligators basking in | zuelane io Tiimidad who were most | this afternoon, aad among, them! wel i

ance of resource Jay before us, extend- nag ajuone @ ealedwelling during the Irlie sunshine on the banks of” the exrellent culunista. and they were | come, and I sek you to Avelooine, the new rince the Cink eg were unnuccessfal : Jone i Texeira y Laare Bude
log as far a6 the eye could pee, Tlie atv. eee th ©,Urimiveo and so furnish | river, shortly after midday Colonel | always pleased to welcome them. A | “Governor of Brithstr Galane, sir W alter Both Vidus aod Halbeck were beaten but | Ment (or plalataf for £L. & 3

er being very low—the Juwest recurded | tein ee feed and materiale for | 4wainstruck & monster about 12 tu | number of Venézselau familles cate Tgerton. ih ai . nen watebet | bY No means disgraced in the two |. Matilda Nites v Jobo Roch
within the” past eighteen yearn~the i EOL 1 nthe course of depicting (i feet in feugth and the reptile fell | and went, They bad # large number aoe oon alters oftictal childhood and I tGoroughbred events. Vidus, however, ed two weeks, tobe
Della was compelied w crawl slowly | hese people iter once said “Jt | into the water. We were now in the | ber of splendid buys atthe Lycee ran- | Saw in the him. gladly aod with | BA%¢ Athletea good running in the race | , Samuel Brathwaite v Henry

up hugging the verdure clad iulcte all | iscurious to observe in the lowest | vicinity of the Santa Apna Cattle | caie in ‘Lemidad aud on the occasion of every confidence rise in. ihat proat ser | {06 the McConnell Cup, the Trinidad Struck out with costs oa

the while, vv closely that one coukl al J lextee of human civilization the exist | jauch On this estate at the end of a | the celebratiouof the King’s Coronation |,aice of the Stralta bettlements, from | horse winning justia the nick of time.













muost discern the bright and care pitt coce of 4 whole tribe depending onone | promontory there fy boge Ceiba tree | the tesented oa epecial addrees to J which he went to be the successfuj | Phe results of ‘the races for the creoles ti aye fap
age of the birds, the profas onot which [ -Unyle specie of palm tree similar to oni h serves the lraveller fo good the Majesty the Kite std asked Lim | Governor of Southern Nigeiia, and he | belox In almost every cas: & certalaty jo to tle Renken
excited wonder and auumistion trom | Bere Mecca which fced on one and | «lead asa matk lo show that the die- will Lriog to that great provinoe,” British | coupled with the poor ‘ftelds caused anuc! 7 Led




u lo convey the sattle which he had much
tance between San Felix and Bolivar | pleasure in suing, He ueed- badly
is half accunphabed, This ceibs, a | ssy how zlad tie way to be in the
‘cue forest Giant etands sud jleatly Bate of pelvar whose besuty jand
again! e@ eky on a beauti- j tichuess be had so often beard of.
vn the titer, whose race altboogh | fat landscapo in the river, It ia] Continuing Hie Excellency — said
wow prac ce ly ou the verge of extiuc | ery grand but the prevailing drought | Veneruelans aie very dear to
tion, Lave lwen conquerors ages since | seemed to have madeit a meresba: | us and I hope the good rela
even though theire were seltish and | dow of its former self, ‘There wae | tions between ue will contioue
cet ouabl meals, But their descend: [ not aleaf on the tree and its massof | in the meantime the great pleasure
an e Lote nt elr OWD power over | parasites and huge tresses of liands | and gratification and the wish I have
the test o 0 abitanta of the great | had vanished forthe time. San Feliz, | cherished have at last been aceon.
avels cau afford to be generous-and | it might be stated, ie the port to the ished, .

t aw a veritable would of animale and | Yyuiual section which forms partof | At the termination of thie fonction
ae sto nestle da theic quartcrs, an- | ihe Stale of Bylivar «The famous | the Guvecnor wae svowo the hous
wee wi tu fallen round thelr feet | Callao wines are situated some die | pepared for him duving bos stay in
L would seems Uhati— tative ju the interior of this place, | Gigdad Bolivar,

dlicy always tolud thelr own alfair: which viewed fiom the ship resembled ‘The viet was icin d the same
Tuvugh look depressed and blighted , « South Afiicansillage with ite huge | evening om Loud ibe © Urita ’ by De,
Lue doves just round about them “toot” | wagone drawn by oxen, Inthe course | Lviv Gudoy accuupanted by hisufiicers
Aad the moukeys dance delighted, of conversation wiih Dr. Benjamin | Durog the eveuing the Gubernatorial
nilhe party on board the Delta wae } Baldo, the spectsl correspondent of | party visited the Piaza Bolivar jo
tadeed » happy one. There was no | ‘El Universal of Caracas,whowasalso | which « magniticen’ diepluy-of tire-
such mottoas “Everyone for hinself | travelling in the latesesta of his paper, | works wae caisled out aud the baud
aud the Devil cake the bindmost” { [ was iofoirmea that one of the islands layedeowe lively tunes. ‘Thie was
which is very often the truth on such | !9 thestreqon had been handed over to fideed @ fittlog clunas su the Hist
ocuwstons, We had a polite Captain, | tiga by concessivn for the purpose of | dsy'w reception in the city of Bulivar.
polite Officers and in tt everybody | fasting. dt ia called Fajardo fataad

disappotn Francis Lynch ¥ Alfred Sydacy Bor
ppointment among punters, tut in the —adjourned tfll to-day. -
Idemvs € Mahsbiro~Jelgnat #
plaintif for 12s, 6d., and _ecets mie
The Receiver General ¥ J.T.
2eiatEh ate Rape teat
em Edwin ii,
confessiun for 44 seer oe ste
tion stayed en payment of £6 ii,a>
Mey and istance on Lat Jane
Idem v E. BP, Pampellons:
ty confession for 44°16 8, sf
Xecutlon atayed on pe! (.
monthly from let June lviz,
of lie Assing vy Emells Akow.+.
o-da:
The Surgeon General ¥ 6. Lace
Judgment by confessloa "A
conta.

the saine dower or on one and the
sate parteta plant.” There are trees
hete which are of a tiuly nuble nature
and all are useful to the fouely dwellers

Guiana, all the eleruents tbat make for a
successful adwiustrater. (Applausel.
aAtier the lecture was dehvered, Sir
Owen Phillipa moved s vote of thanks,
dir Walter Egerton [an alfrald I have
been a little humiliated by the most ia
teresting lecture that Misa de Thierry
bas gisen us, because] sma Governor,
and f thought that during the course
of the lecture some Goveinor possibly of
former tines might bave been mentioned,
and that [- have Jistened to the
abe way in which he administred
bis colony, andthat I might get some
gutdance for my future work inthe West
fudies. (Laughter) Itmay, though, bea
very goud thlog tbat no Governor was
auer Goned, because IL think that that
colony io inthe mort bealihy coodition
where the wovernor ia really a very smal.
person and where the commercial an
lanting elementare in the ascendancy,
use it is at the beginning that the
Goveruor has to assist, and as the colonies
beoome Ulaer, more opened. up and devel-
oped, the task uf the Governor Is slmply
to lovk on and bee his fellow vountrymen
deve.op and carry ou ths commerce of the
country.
Keferting to the West Indies and fa





theses on beard. Soundings wee
taken fliequentiy as the neamer elid
carefully up the windwg and narow
Paceage, ver paddles making the
walter even more inky than befure,
Alrvady, aa we gase in frunt, the msad

oes back to the nawe of air Walter
taleagh whose search fur the famous
* BE Dorado” will retain connected
with those waters as louy as posterity
lavtis, Alleady, suiug of the inhauie-
ante of the Ofinuce such ae water
fowls, elecuic eels and allegators with
which Lhis tives tewma, now becume
vinible, & walter shake ae if Lo Welcome
ue comes awiuasming Lowards the dad/a
end disappears ae inyeteriuusly as fe
came as if disgusted at our tuiportune
bty. Atter several hours steaming, we
reached ao Indsau settlumont of the
aiver,—about 75 miles I1otn ite outh=
called * Low Jodws,” Here the Lelia
miadea stop usie her wont. Canoer
of Indians of Guarajuons as they are
eometiunes styled, came aloogeide the
steaner Litogiog with Wem rare birds
of the region (Moricbes) in eal

thoroughbred races the keenest excite
meat and enthustasm prevalled. Oo of
these furnished the biggest surprise ofthe
flay It was tbe Rerbice Club Stakes, and
appropriately the blue ribbon of the meet-
Ing, when Maid, who was much despised,
wonthe event, thanksto Borde's clever
riding and judgment. The betting was
simply tn favour of actress and Fidus
the former securing the biguest patronage
at the part.’ In consequence the result
was the cause of the declaration of the
biggest diridend in the day's racing.
eS 8 being the anjount paid out on eve
five shilllng ticket bougbt on Maid.
Another surprise was in the Juvenlle
Handicap, pmpich aly enatched from

me which was heag! nal on
account of winning the Staiden event. M. s re oil
Here sgain Horde’s clever riding played a Witla I ‘it thy ured twe
promlosnt part inthe result, Dr, Masslah mIflt adjourned twe eal
was the moat successful owner and

deservedly so bile stables were ofedited CITY POLICE oo

with five wins out of nineevents, Colllo- —
ton gobthe biggest sbare of the ple In} perore His WoreAlp Dr, Busmeal
Wright)
ba wih

deed be was unbeaten. wloniagall three ard
Tool
Ficntiva Seban an

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each credited with a victory. je other
victories weot to the “foreigners,” Re
proach winning two racea, whi




ot hiseogagements Mald and Ugly were
charged by constable Jaco





baskets weaved of palin. Very fio the time being at feast tiled tu | aed roughly tpeaking fsabout@ uiles eS ma ho lived there in former le athlete
fatereating was the first yliwpee vl} wiuke each other Loppye "After a few long. [Ube a Reeeded onwaid> thue>, “i Mise. de ‘Ibieory read her lec | 404 avenge ot one each. The whole at George Street Tey eee
Lbese peopig the direct dewcendants Gl] wiles steaming we reached a emal) | at 4 epeed of about Is knots aod at } THE LATE HONQURABLE W. (Ure # nawe vocurted tame which might | Pesults were satisfactory ie trom no other | 60° Bo sbulog Pe)








































atandpoint (han the f. racament,
the prises were ‘won pe tat whe bulk of P DisoHDEBLINESS, — Fresde
colony, which goes to show the people of | Norman Berard
Eat siagauame.cay Bold thelr own from | en slug artak end
e “Invasion” w. cen
Trioldage ot Of elther Barbados or | yooh toed. They were
THU FORCED HANDICAP, pnd e fine of 10s, was lmpo
Three-quarter mlle. Value 8130. Forced Ausenys oF A Laut. «Re
to all winners ef creole racea, and open to charged b constable | Bove
ay a ihe
Testing. Hutrence gin are’, at, the cessary hours. A foe of §

have been wentioned, that of Mr. W. EL
UBL vrei f, Utadstune, Were not ble ancestors con.
. : neeted with the West podles { (sir
u uoMs was charged In

The Honourable W. L. a Dyett, pass. House with bis hather having held slaveaye

& beave and waite race who origioal
Jy johabived the country, ‘Lhe novel
sight of theee dusky creutuies natural.
fy caused the camera devotece 4
Dead vo take snap shote of thew |

thir boas and ou the steawer’s ladder
authey came up to dispose of then
wares, The amen sat io their small
boats nade fiom the trunk of trees, 15

village called La Pastors situated | P.a: she pawed the historic wreck of
sbuut J00 milea fiom the mouth of the | the old “ Bolivar’, ‘The scene of het
aiver, which allhough very wide at | tecent uilebup wae givena wide tenth
this point was nevertheless very | ott thleoccasion by ibe ' Della" as shu
sballow insomuch that at one time we | slided along iu md-atream, After | wt away wt bis meideuce ou Queene | “ Another ressun which makes It ples.
thought that the Delta bad dragged | pusvivg Panpanaat 3 pm, on Mon | Park West yesterdsy wornlug baving | gant to have listened ta thls lecture Is
tbe sand, but this idea wae soon dis- | day we tvached Angosturita one of | beeu laid up for some mouths Mr | chat we who live abroad very often feel
pelled, ‘Ehe enormous sand-banks | the moot dangerous paits of the river | Dyett wae esscentiaily sau of figures, tT ahut gore Interest might taken tu
which form the happy bunting ground | ea account of ite shallowness, The and asa cousequence, bes earned a wide | Boyland in the colontus ka which welive,






















ao sluuet nude cundiion and ith | iy thie season for tbe alligeturs and | beat was very oppreesive now and asa | Tebutation as asound Luaucier, He was | wna itis very pleasant to come here and |. meeting. Hatrance glo with &, awe
porn in the fislaud of se Kitts, stakeof @Sp.p. Ist horse to recelve §! days was im posed.
only a cloth wrapped abuut their luius. | rocodiles now became visible and | tesult the patty deserted thedeck and | Cventy years . aud — for many sre (ile roots crowded that a peber craw and aweepalake dnd horee, 0.0. 5 IGHTING, Dookte, Jumble

retied to their cablos only to dad
that no | siesta’ was possible,

Soon after at about 3u0 pm, the
© Allauza” was seen approachlog iu
the distance and uaturally all eyes
weteriveled on ber, Phe was beautl-

Tbe wowen's dress constated attely of
Ouse garweut which they cuntilved te
‘prrauge not in @ graceful, But in a
supremely inodest manner, This tribe
of abuilginel Caribe still lingers along
the banks of the Orinocy tetaiuing the
old jovk and the uld language, and, ¢%
cept for the cannibaitain, petaioung
thelr uld fiatis, ‘tbey ate shi
fol in Hebing, hunting, baske:
maaking and uther curtsus arte
Ove these the Cacique or queen ot
athe tribe came on board with tw
“*moricbee” aud obtained a ready sale
the Commander Gaptain David Lopec
having bought thew as preeents for
Aliss fs. Lo Hunte Aud Mie Boddat
Wortham, Alter exchangiog a few
words with Ovlonel Swaln who seetie
to bave supe knuwledge of the dissect,
ebe returned to her cance and starteu
to pull sborewards., For wome distant:
aller wards, these half-naked aod de
jected fulke were encountered. They
eves tolive amervy life in bute bu
of lus Jeaves (adjoupas) qlong they
banks of the river: You can distinguish

were chargod by the same 6
fghtlog ae Lelgrave Street
found gullty and Dookie wal
Tra Unga, oma ele 6d, and 5
taloer of winner Mr. McLean, ngs or 7 days bm:
Like beveral other events, a circum: Trovstesonn Ginlen,
stance which detracted coasiderably from 4 40d Annie Phillips w
the foterest ia the meeting, only a noqing Mary Lone iltfp
couple came out in the Forced ifendicap, “Gros Mama” Pb es
the last event on the pro me. These | ands fresh summons hd .
trere,tteproach and Goilnton. Thla was | Hicks was tined 5 abillloat
e Arst meeting of the dor : son me: if
and this, coup! withthe peta tanTiNG Millfoeat sod ©
Reproach having conceded dst to Colinton, | Rovlnsoa were Skme ag
unusual interest and excitement pre Greenidge with igh nd nad |
valled in the race. From tbe public puint | They were found ge I as ;
of view Jieproach, despite the handicap, | Sts agelast whom Pep be?
was the favourite, atid the betiing was | were recorded, were hea i
docldedly (nthe big mare's favour, The | ead ten daya reapectiiall
result of 9 fine start gary Collnton a] Moan FionTiNd, Sen iy
alight lead whick Borde k all ad | Charles Thomas vers ing
vantage of forcing the geldingas mach | Corporal McNell wilt a
asbecould, Down the back stretch the | Street. Thomas d' sPehs
animale raccd together, but whatever
alight ditterence there was it was always
ad fo Calintona favour. It wasa pretty
Glorious weather fpvoured the sixth | race all tha way and the 5; tore were
tace meeting of the Berblee Hoe | wild la thelr excttement. fleproach given
Club Lid which waeheld in New 4u- | ber head and whipcame upon level terms,

sotne of Lhgaponslers were shot from
on board goly to roll backwart Into
vir eletuentaod there eet an inglori-
ois tiniwl, Adlittle before La Pastor
sus teached at about Ben we
aw Fe edt cha over-
soul ing the, woke” of the river | Cully decorated with flaga and had on
debind was an Indian settlement | voard the committee appoluted by the
alled “EI Nino Aparacides” on | Uresident of Bolivar to receive the tive buslvess life Mr, tt was
account of (he fat tbat a small image | Gubernatorial yarty. ‘ibis committee | pi cniy respected aniongat ali classes In
Waa din uvezed Lbese some tine age, | consisted of the tecretary of the State | ine community and his appolatment tos
«be tubabitants, itis stated, were not | vf Holivar, Geoeral Uribe, the Jefé | seat onthe Legislative andl was re
the people to allow this omen topase | Civil, Mr Cristiano Vicentiol, | ceived with goucral approval, He was
anguiiced, v0 they bolita litte church | and the President of the Municipal anan of few words, buta deep thinker
wud & plelty vlog epiuog up. Thy |‘ ouncii, Dr, Delgado, ‘The Hisbop of | and expecially on matters of | finance
peuple bed gatheredon the bank and | Bolivar, Rt. Rev, Meosigner Duran, | where bis opluions eagerly sought alter
ww ihe Della pamed by with decoa | Mer. Hobert Merdervon and ©, Hi. de | by lis colleagues on the many | Boardy
touw fivin atens to slern, they vealived | Lemos (Batti ¢ onsul at Bolivar) was aud Inaticutivus with wybica S nena n
bat eumetbing dimpo tant was oa and | among thus who cawe off by the | wes on ee one wine of
wu waved bepwutedly tous ‘The water | ‘ Allanse ” tu weloome the Governor the ‘Loilege Counctl Board
st La-Pasune was sbout Sfeet below [on board the “ Dvlta." When they | jtucstion, | Central Road — Board,
sue usual level and therefore Captain | had joined the " Velta” all bands ai | Quasautine Authosily, and Port of Spain
twpet the Cammander of the Lela | sembled inthe saloon where jutro- | fuwn diourd. Jie was Ubalimen of the
viecly elected to pasethe olgbthere | ductivona aod heod shakioge touk | Srintdad buciety for the Preveution
dae aucbor was accurdingly lowered at | place ‘Ube Bevietary General of Uoli | Crusty to ulus, and was cae of the
55 op Sunday wight with theriver | var then delivey tha folluwing | Wires Cousuisiouer appoluled by the
carcely seven feet deep in thle place | address in Spanish ; uuveruur, vu the origlual seus deuv

Dr Bb Wahabg.

i. In Wordey m & Colinton, ice
m1. ©, Da « Hepruac
ie oe tae bm. He 4

years Was mauever of ihe Greuuda
branch of the Cvioniah Bauk, which
oillee he vacated ja order tatskeup a«
similar = appeiutment ip the Iiluidad
branch. In ld he Jefe the Colonial
Bank here and ruered into partaersbip
with the firm of Severe Gordon Grant
& Co. wherebe remained fur several
ta and wotll he eventually yerired
han dye









voucerning turmer famous West ludiaus
wasto be sead here. 1 have very great
pleasure in seconding this vole of thanks,
andam sure that you will join beartil
dr accoi ding (tbo the lecturec, (Applausel,

Tt in of Interest to note that befuie leay
{ng for British Gulaus, the vew Governor,
Sh Walter Egerton, will attend a dinner
arranged to bu hela in bia honour by the
Weet India Committee, The speeches
will be on unattere of colonial interest and
importance, especially tbat of developing
tbe colony by weans of rallwsy construc
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i
BERBICE RACES.

DR, MASSIAN WINS FIVE 1tACES,
COLINTON UNBEATEN.

MANY ABOENTERS CAUBE OUR
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was allowed Is ows bell wl
Kianrias Elia Hayset
cleat a Ba,
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ftheus ata glance by ther tawny com | yay inthe distance near La Pastora| Your Buceliency, ladles and gen. | eroment Curry putes, Ils also sat | widen on Blonday wader the moat | 2nd down the @ streteh It was ye axe WH,
plerion aud pecubaly wodeot viesges | ie iyhis trom the fiitle adjoupascuuld | Uemen Astheretary of the stata of | Othe Couminsion of luguly | some | pvinratle elrounstances Imaginaite didicelt to know yee ia iaaion. The genet Victor doeeph ant

to sey buthing of then womads dreese
Bifeyh oud bal wives, they prescese bor
the arts of weaving baskets aud othe
pretty thinge from thi stuipegt the
bruni leaves. As Jolly hunteve they
Bie good shots with Low aud arow
and ¢an alo mghulecture Mamas be
otany desige. oly patients, buat
aud adjoupe are al} woetdly goods
and they are ready to do slunet any
thiogdu retere fot a few bistuile uo

yeare ago inte the altaisn uf ihe Meiurse

Own Devings Havk frauds, He took 9 | Ati ne time i wasthou bttbat owing

to he wnoertaory of the weather ill
tuck would bave atteaded the meeUng
butt ¢showere whieb fellio tbe early

talaga cece otang i
the wil asad t reslient o
the Nunicipal Counet] bo oiler your dee ly vouce om pulile ina nitkoogh
hearty welcoue ja the name Our | ough iatesvet might wevor have been ap
President Dr. Lous Gadeyoa welcome ent frown au orelorial view polut. Mr
Every shepherd tells his tale such as infite your bonourable self Ciyeaa misy truly te saldto hese been
ludee the Bawthurn in the dale” and the party that avsompsniee you. | ope Of those wen who talked litte. but
t tobe muuch pleasure to tnfora you | # Utmauch, and his 1iDe esperteuce
dome Wilereeiog stories aboot the | charthe Piesident of the State ‘of | sed Sdetoeut werw invariably — belptul
wire{elaind op boaid wo Wee wether by | iy'peued’ wisi the bocoug cobterted | ob fremealawetion AUthe. Lesiasatre
fy if Lomten .
ines of cloth. ‘Ihe river gives them | Mr. Autanty Could the genial Ublet | J, ty . It te the | & ally looked | upon ss tw wou by a bare neck but coatrary to | wae takes AU eect
cpeugh Neb, fur their familie Ubey | steward cf the =a, Delta who about poe ee y thie va Hue way “enaaelal rope te apd bis ab pepe Ete. at toe itoe we paral expectations the Jadge (Mr | over ty Kev el a
Cinematogeaph #7

ve plainly seen and lbis coupled with
the tact that the peuple hese lives pas
wral life brought forcibly before the
writer's mind's eye the words of Joba
Muon that :—

wo : d Sarah Matrya were © gst
tid hea He ponn a co gu Bun | Bowen, wich arid Ul
jockeys were uslog stbelt whips, ‘and welghia. Tn three re etbes,
respond 5 Bate
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