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SH DIVIDENDS,

HOLDERS rot } Poligies of thie,Com-
pany

Certificates viz:

Policies dared tik

For second trieneial Scrip feeted for
Policies dated 1908.

The Annual Gash Dividends of & per
cent declared as on Bist December
1911, on first and seoond eerip for
Policies dated 1008 and 105 and on
firat scrip for Poliereg dated 1061 1007
and 1003 are aleo ready for distribution,

A, . ALATH ISON,
Sooretary snd Tceasarer,
Port of Spalo,
Nareh 23nd 1012



frinidad Building and
Loan Association,

OFFICE: 18 _CuACON STREBT,
‘Te1epinone ea,

IVIDENDS at at 4p per cent tot eih
Jove and 4% per cent to Sist
December 1911, were declared and
sanctioned at Lie lant Genecal Meeting
aod aie now being eredited to the
respective accounte, after whieh the
usual Statemeot of the Auditors will
be sent te the Sharebvidere,
Members woe uusdvanced Sharea
have now matured by ead dividends
ave requested to apply for the Cash
balances standing st their credits
ead Membere whos Mortgages ark
now matured wisy call at Lhe Unica of
the Associativa tor their respective
Releases and for the Cash balances to
which they may be entitled,

A FB, MATHISON,
Seretary & Treasurer.

Port ols pate

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TIME TABLE OF oF 1F OLASSES,

NEW EMBROIDIERIES [sen tor2cossace isthe

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cpa sb Intermediate from 6 pm
te
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toS p.m, and6 pm. to? pm,
Shorthand aners from 6 pw

m.

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epee Begianers from 6 pm.

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TRINIDAD jsp, IOBAGY,

‘oy ft Ihe ‘Ercallency Bt Qxora

en LEH G.OM, i.
Uoresor aod ‘Gonmneader. la.
Cnied [o and over the Oolony of
Trlaldad and Tobago and ive

D enck Vice + Admiral
{ tere &e, whe, &e,
Cronas tt x Howrx,

on A PROCLAMATION,
WHERE by Section Sof Ordinsnce
Ny 121, 10 15 eoacted that it aball de
from tims to

sEroclamalioa
Beal of the Oolosy to
epbolnt a specis] day tobe kapt asa Cloee
[idey Je ali Putile Uiflces and ia al
Boke of the er
usr berelore le Gronoe RurHvan
eu loyTs, wear os ab
bereby sppolos Kridey, the Sith dey of
Mey} tote heptasa
imal Paulie Ottices and ia ail Banke c
the Cotoey as the Ansiverasry of the
Un thdey of ber Jae Nejety Queen
lor:
Glren oder ery band pnd the Heal
of the Colosy, at Gorerament
House, io the Town of Port.ot-
Spoils, io the Tsiand of Triat-
dad, thle Sed day of Mey. 1912,
By ule ‘Keealaeey’s On Oommand,
KNAGG5H,

Colonial Becrstary,
—~ GROWN LANDS GFT
26 b Apeil, t012,

Trigonometsical Survey.

eee te a Goverament Notice
Vested the Zi of Febrasry last, ttle
Rt: motified thet Felgons yimetrical Hare
vey Bheos J, aod K, eatil lately
out ol pilet, are pow oa sale at tbls otflce
a0 2/6 each,
U. F, GANTEAUME,
Hab Ieteedact of Crown Leeds,

“OYP AN CEDARS D

FEDS of U 18. “(Cordis xérescanties)
iad Gabe Caadrela oterste) ara pow
a Crows Laade

Otis eet folowing

sweee 10 ooote
“oe weeds Po “
a pottis
rol e
‘Beth 4 pril DEPARIUe at OF AGRIQULTURE. &

aT UF AGHICULTUUE,

e. nec Isliostog of plenty ate offered tox

bet required \ourshately
Boece tanned be eves)
ry v ‘
tafe slatter te’ licaall wuts te}... 4 he

= be.
(30 be

addreseed to
jor of Agrey vate te
rt Blac oMeu.
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Dieveing of Agricshurg,

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[THE FROST INQUIRY,

=
The appended communication te
from Py aH who takes excep:
lon lo certain atatemente in our
erert of Ble evidence at the City
frguiry io tue deats of As ages
utry Into the dea nm

bled a6 refirence is invhts
having becrs reported as belo @ men
ber of the [natitute of Civil Bogineere
of Canada. We frankly adrilt thas
ovr repotter was fa trror when he
substituted the Dominion of Canada,
for the city of London, and we hasten
to aseure the public that Mr, Buck's
real qualification is := nem
ber of the I

Brngineere, and of the Tnatiiation of
| rs, and 0, o;
ntoak a neare of London, We
a regret thie error, and ask Mr.
Buck to beliave us that we would be
the last to detract one iota, from bis

Now, when Ar, Dick ss
he really said as regards the qualifica-
tion part of hie evidence, * was on the
pepers in Court,” we think it fale to
ourselves tostateto the public how it
wastbat Nr. Buck's real qualification
Rot on the rat aeourt.” The

salstant Clark of the Peace did not
bimeelf catch disllactly the qualifica-
ton statement, as it came from the
witnese’ mouth, and as a result, there
waea blank in the notes of evidence,
which was afterwanis filled in by the
clerk, on the direction of Mr. Buck him.
self, when the latter read over his evi+
dence before sigalg I Naturally, our
reporter's notes not being submitted for
revision to Mr. Buck, what wasrectlfied
in the official notes of evidence, ree
matocd as an error plain and simple in
our report, The public will therefore
note that what Mr. Buck claime as
being “on the papers in Court” wae
only possible through hle-ewn Instru-

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taker, in bridging a gap, Afr. Buck

willadalt that aa an indistiact eneaker,

not long ago we did him the justice o:

publishing ble own version of certain

remarke wade by himeelfat the Cham:
vr of Commerce meeting. when the

reportera wero utterly unable to follow
jt

Lat,

Mr Buck's other point is, that the
ord * partially” 1s omitted frous his

alcnment with reference to the fusing
of wice at the polnt of breakage, Un:
hike hie tirst point, we do not admit
being in error with regard t this
tleular incident. We. ourselres bave
had access (o the official notes, and It
fa oo record that the word ** partially”
wae deleted by Lhe official note taker,
and therefore for that matter, formed
no part of Mic. Buck's evidence. Here
egaio, on reading over his evidence
pigharatory to signing Jt, Mr. Buck
ntroduced the word “* arually’ by
placing stet in parallel columa vith bia
nitiala attached, We ask, whether
In the clrcunistances it can Feasonably
be said that the word “partially * h:
formed part and parcel of the offictal
notes, uutil Incorporated therein by
Mc. Buck blmeelf. Like the official
hote-taker, our reporter was evidently
of the opinion that some subsequent
statement by-Mr. Duck bad destroyed
the force of hp worg * part{ally,” aod
it was accordingly in all good faith
ow ltted from his report of the evidence,
Maving given the true version of the
matter, secan borne out by the
offic a) records, we repest that our
accountof the proceedings was pub-
lished in all good faith, and wenow
commend Mr. Buck to the adoption of
any action which be deems necessary,
as far av ourselves arg concerned,

Flowers | 1l0 Exchange” . mounts.

9, FREDERICK ST.



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GET IT | DEPURATIVODE
AND NO

D PURIFIBR
oTHER, [22°02

To Bu Wap Oxty at

. A. Rermel, B, Granado, C, Gard! A x
Upon the opening of the Court yester: | do Bola, Remy Pierre, SB. Pierre. Suies meet Insae weeks it Beeebt bee cited Testimonials !s doing much towarle
. 3 eer ‘in Worship’ De rireicant foael Thomas James, J, Marques, my voice, and [ bave been ever since loc m7 h
6B OT:A NED S Wenne to make a staterpent fa rege Gigs ny i aan ae vad eel fies from my old trouble, For coughs curcof Irritablo ougn,&
> . 2 tothe reporting of the inquest and bye | oxtail tee Werren, and Missea | Colds and lung trouble I am sure that chitis, Aathma, Wooog
6 HENKY STRERKT, evidence ou the Hh (astant, Warres, Mr. and Mrs. Fairley, Mlas N. | Catarrhozone lathe best remedy, It dall attections of the 8
Sn enone een - toll, Buck sald that peithoat prpudice Falrley, Bliss L Falriey, Mra ee Iting, | goes right to the sore spnt, gives quick Cough, oan te
he would like to inform the Court that hls Hernendee Meet frole, Alias NL | relief, and makes a lasting cure, and Larynx. .

evidence bad mR reported wrongly in
that bis qualifications hud not been pro-
teen stated to Be s

She Royal Mail

RMS. P, Steam Packet Co

-
RE—The M4. “Dee” fe due bere fron London’ via the Northern

cert of Canada, this ¥ as absolutely watrue,
even supposing that there wasarchan
Jostitutlon, of which he waa very doubt
ful. Whathe really sald and whatwas
on the papers in Co!
Corporate Nerber of the Institution of



Idands on the th Nay. vi) ugineere of the Institution of
echanival Rnglupers of London,
re Mr, Buck also drew attention tothe





tiletake fn reference to the fusing of the

TENEZUELAN SERVICE—(wing to Quarsutles restr ctlone, the services
\ temporarily surpended,

———— A
HANES.—The RALS, “Thames” iedue bere froin Southamptou vis Cher:
T bourg, Bt, Michaele (Azores) and Barbados on Tuesday the 2let Me: sod
will leave the same day for New York via Pio, Uolombia, Oartagens Colon,
Jamatos and Antille (Cuba) taking let class passengers ooly, cargo, aud nsalle,
Tho teader will leave the Lighthouse Jetty, Quevus Wharf, at ¢ pam, with
pesteogers forthe © Thames.

Passengers are epectally notified that all beeuege for the * Thaues* must
he seet down to heCompany’ajlightsr at the 6s. Vincent Wharf, not later thag
10.8 m, on Tussday [tbe Zlsi iusteut, to be sent to the barge for fumigation,

nallotber respects the * Thames â„¢ will work jo strict quarantine,





Rares

ERBICL—The RALS, “Halantla” will leave bere on Tuesday 2let Ne
Grenada, St, Vincent. St Lucia, Dondlnles, Monteerret, Algo eet
and Bt. Kitts, taking passengery. cargo, aud wale, ,
The tondor will leave the quthouee Jetty, Qacen's Wharf at 3 pi, with
Pseeanwers and thelr bagnege ‘or the Bes Vice
Cargo for the © Berbice” will bs rvelred outy up flv 2 pur vn Nopday
the DD.h May, _. _.



aa
PARAyrA$ Tue He ALB," Molantie will leaveon Tuesday the dips May, .
The tender wil leave the Lighthouse Joey Cugure What at |
paaengere aod their bagnane for the * tate. ME AGT [sung with
4 for the *Batauue” will be tecetted yaly up ly # pin, ou aduus
dsy the May, ~

CIRCULAR TICKETS.

Fires Cisse tickets are tecued from Tiluidad to Southampton vila New York
acd back direct to Trinlded or vices vwrad for an loclusiee fare of £50,
Thore Uckets are available between New York aod Mugland and pice terea by
steamers Of the Ameriiau, AUaotio Transport, Cunard aud White Star
iD

bes tokets are avallable fur 12 onthe from date of sue and pertulasion





tobe obtair break the voyage at any orall ports touched at on the direct

Senued lace Sulue tiekete deouedd at au exet

rou 6 are exelunye charge of £85,
Childress tea yeare ball fare ’ “
Wort Salling to Eurape. .
ANGADIAN " th of
a

TAGLS 5 h Maye
ORCA Meh Jave
THANK

. mh, .
Laboitling of Bargeageo.
‘aoeegers are rejussled lo seuthad all their baggage ie property: labeted

P
for sbipaieot.
OF Tatele can be obtained aljihe Uompany » Uftice.

-For all furthor particulars apply at

THE COMPANY’S OFFICE

HOARTOPET AUN ARNE WQUA RE.

PHONE 96, -





mentality ia assisting the official notes.

twas thathewasa /,

2D Sena,

ILE M.S.

Motor





oe
2
wea otaled

a
lag prgctionly fused ‘atthe polos o|
beries. sitber of these reports

re wow

heavy Hebtiltiee The correct
howe:
Q Feletoe having partial

ile
roade, stating that Mr, Back
Enginecr of note, and that
sessed the qaall

ey were W:

ritten on. lis
Pointed ont the Habilitice of the Tramwa:
pad, id the evidence as repor!

a
lathe paper bare bees tru:

ver as fol! ,
“ diMoult matter to decide, on
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bei ti aha ae
Be re at

acconat
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Warenip hoa addressed the Court
and explained the mistakes that bi

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SUPREME COURT.

Before Sir Alfred Lucia.Smith,
xi
Friday.

Cumprapatcn v Qvowva—Mr Mo
Carthy for plaintiff, aod Mr lL, Acham
fordefendant, By consent adjourned
for three weeks pending settlemegt,
Acham for
plalntig, end Mr McCarthy for de
endant, No service, adjourned for

ATTIN vy Josrra—Nr

three weeke,

Cuow Lin On v Sraivorn. -This
damaged, for
trespass, Mr L. Wharton, K.C.,
for plaiatlff, and Me R. BE. Phi
oti bad
that formed the subject
dispa before the | ge
doors of the Court; and the de-
feodant maintaloed her right to poss-
ession onthe ground of having peti-
tloned the Government with respect
to the land when it was forfeited. His
‘Honour gave judgment for plalatiff
with costa,

wasen action for £5

the defendant, Pial
the propert

matler oO





THE LATE MR. N, J, PIERRE,

The fuueral of Mr. Noel Jean Plerre,
Sollcltor and Couveyaocer, aged 73 years,
esterday morning at

took place
o'clock Prom bis

Dorado Road, Tanapuna, Mr, Pierre was
the sealor of his profession and the oldest
practice. Hia was
tice. For many
ears Mc, Herre was slsom member of
2 Road . ie

Manager of the Tunspusa
Schools.
the
the

member in actual
purely a chamber

he Tacarigua
was alo
Cathollo Bo
ils Prot ard
1s were presen
took
Charch,
A ‘ulem Blass was sun
Ttey. Father J. McDonnel

followed by

dead march

The bearers were:-—Measrs. A. ¥.ML
Willen Le OGoaucr ky, Hebert
am, J. 40 ove

to Mebean, earthy,

mot, He Israel Jefe:

aod

Prinolpal moyrners (noluded ;—
Mr, da Pierre,
Master Alfred Pierre, Mr. Bouslgnac, Miss
Bousignac, Mr, A. Carmichael
Carmichael, Mlas Carmichael.
Carmichael, Mr, Eugene Hernandez, Mr.
E, F, Aanansen, Mr. Henry Chin a Sing,
i. Watson. Mr.—Em. Marti

he
Arnald" Pie: Miay

Mr. G Ne
Wateon and Miss D Mitchell,
Mea te Gare

an a
D, Acham, T. Gralowe

ermed by the Hi

ight
Hide Martial, Paria



Cars







GARAGE as

y and Girls’
ion, the Board and
at
lace

cnepoos, | PERMANENTLY CURED,

by
£ wsg
Parish Priest of St. Joseph and Tu

Jate residence at Et

rs. PAN,
Master L.

those who attended we noticed,
&. Asee, Ly
Vv. Winter,

kdwards, Misa
Baker, Misses Aypeng. Miss BLO. Wat
er feb aon, dre GL atson, Misses Patience
imeuber of the enters af Civil Engin Mattes [ive Pon fat aboot.
. Joseph where, at 11,
Interred ia
sllatnent, neat to Mr,
for, Monsianoe
Â¥. Mons! Ce
Wreaths and ari Priel of Ama .
other flo:
Troelved (trom ons and an wer
a e joerg of © Tavart
fecal Hosa iy hae sana at

6 church, | le, your coughs, sneealng: and






To be Paid for
Whether Used or Not.

SPECLAL RATES FORLONGJOURNE YS

LWAY STATION.

eh eres tke | Mine
Dy then
t, should they have a

ol
the
ters, Mr, As Ys
A ee ore rovsthe Solleitors and fle
Reaniao'as set ont inthe
aa pet on
wou! he r
Eabpiereed wrtiven ons lie Worship miso

‘for
OY ht

be ne
Py FSEVEN DAYS USE OF CATARR-
napuna,
the Absolution, M.
1. Tlote presided at the organ during the

Kreater of the od was
also canter “Mise J, Waddell played the

M. GULAR MIRACLE,

Fits

u, Mrs, | ment, After] bad tried several doc-

3
€
‘ierre'’s








a
~i

ENGAGE MENTE

RINGS,
MAXIMUM

~OF— a
VALUE, QUALITY & str

ATH “7

MINIMUM‘

ET) O Chane

THE TRINIDAD JEWELRY C0. Uf

81, Frederick Street,









To the
tivea of the d “s

Pablie Netine ax taken of Me, Ptetrs's
ff deathin the Tunapons Folloa Court last
Tharsday miorvtog, and Atung reference
made to bis ity and conscleatioss
nee, Mr, O BD Farnum spoke on behalf
of the Jiarris














of the
Court was Moved vdoring the faaerat
was
Star thre prooeaston left for Sts Joeephs
es

MILK IN “ EGG-SWIZZLES,”

AVE OAUSED TYPHOID
SAIDTO HAVE OAUS





Distressiog Sequel to Easter
Monday Party in Demerara

ILLNESS OF FOUR OF THE OURSTE.

‘There has Leen a distresslog sequel
to a pleasant meeting of friends which
took place on Haster Monday.

Oa Thee occasion Mr and Kirs Ifunte
of Roraima Cottage, were visited by Mr
and Mee WO. Gray, and Meand Mre
KC 0, Barks, Ia the course of the
visit Nre Hutte Invited her guests to
take the palatable refreshment koows
a “egg-awizzie.” a‘invitation wag
accepted, aud a glass of the picasant
concoction wae partaken of by the
whole party with evident retich,
€ In due course the guests took thelr
tture fn the beet of spirits and
suffering inno way from theeffects of
the “egy sw itzle, Some daye after:
aftewards, however, Mrs Hunte and
MreGrsy became iil, whilet Mr and
Mre Burka were also stricken with fl-
nesg a wack of two later,

The trouble in each cave bas been
diaguosed astyphold fever, and it le
suspected that the milk used for the
“egg-awiazlas” taken on Kaster Mon:
dsy, contained typhold yerma,

"The inatler has been reported to Dr.
Wishart, the MedicalOficer of Health
YT who has taken steps to at samples of

the milk supplied to rand Nre
ifunte analysed.

Mrs Munte, Mire Gray, Mr and Mra
Burka have beea seriously iil, but it Is
gratifying to know that thelr condi-
tlon now showa an {improvement =
Argosy.

———eel
CHRONIG THROAT TROUBLE






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GELDOM is any Pre
tion so highly praised ‘ag
Universally Recommended








HOZONE PRRFORMED RE-

Mine COUNTERS CASE PROCES THE
WONDERFUL EFFICACY OF CA:
TARRHOZONE IN ALL THUOAT
AND NOSE DISEAREA,
Windsor, Qnt.. May Ilth.—Milse
Counter'a case will prove of great
joterest to everyone troubled with eore
thoat, bronchitis or weak lungs,
When asked foe a statoment, Mics
Counter said ." About seven years ago
i contracted s heavy cold that vettled
on my lungs and resisted all treat-



It has won for itself on
Continent a_Recognis
Position in Therapeutia
and among the M
Profession.

*

Its Introduction in Triuidad Siudging from Una





tor here and epecialista in Detroit
without benefit, [ weat to my dru ist
and asked him for the beat med; be
bad for cold on the lungs, [le recom.











i oatarrhosong carpe because Ite beal.

ng vapor is inba a

that ars core and inflamed. ry places
To permaneotly core your winter




There is nothing that will so e¢llectually spel
and cure the Disagrecable Symptoms-
precede a cold. .

REA What an Bm

Physician of Lo da
writes of PERTUSSIN.

Lhave much pleasure in informing you that I bem
used your preparation PERTUSSIN in my PG
sician's practice with very great success,



tarrb, by all means uso a tried and
proven remedy lize Caterrhosone,, But

ware of the substtutor and Inuiltator.
Look for Catarrhozone only, S0c. and
$'.00, at all dealers, or by mall from
the Catacihozons Company, Buffalo,

and Kingstos, Oanada, .

Sole Agents! Smith Bros & Co, The

Bonanza Drug Btore.















~ CAN BE OBTAINED AT ALL DRUG STORE
~AND—

Arnott, Lambie &(

MARINE SQUARE.














TRINIDAD TURF CL

OFFICIAL NOTICE.

d ats G
all ownett












HE following rule haying beon pase
Meeting of the Club, the attention of
trainers is wpecially called to the same, am Ie on adoot
fact that applications for icone» may
fure May 14th.
TRAINERS LICENSES. 4.
FULE—No trainer shall bo allowe2 to train horsos on #77, oben





















‘ eotin held under Turf Olub Rules uati
re a“ 228 obtalaed a conse from the Btowards of the club, to tbe ht é
OPPOSITE Such Hoonve must be epplied for annuilly, ws au sat a eat
he:

the Club, and is revokable at avy time at the ploss

No horses shall be qualified to start for au) rave ua

pends of a hoonsed trainer, bola peur tee
rT oe

Fhe fee all be 65.00 por Jour of Pare asain

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_ . idioma se! ITOPSPAIN GAZETTE SATURDAY MAY 11 1912

HHoliday-Hats| Tailoring Dept’mt.|9 NEW LINES |Bonanza Furniture

~AT—

THE BONANZA

—FOR—

Ladies, Misses and Children.





anama Flats

. hg
a AND R2Iq
ann

JIPIYAPA HATS

F = Prices from te cach to $7.00 cach.

EADY-TG- WEAR HATS,
E Blach. White and Coloured,

MLK CRINOLANL HATS, -
ae CHILDREN'S STRAW ILATS,
= SILK HATS AND BONNETS.

‘



SPLOTAL LINES IN

PUDIES’ UMBRELLAS (Black) 860, Up.

(MITH BROS. & CO.



On AEP.

TS

#200 TONS







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J
cs

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Frefpht fur Tebago and Ciudad Bolivar.



iW NAVARRE hear 6 Mar. 33 Mar. 90 Apr, 4

| Mer 2 May 1 (May 6/May 14 .
‘Aa id May oi May 0 wae

(Mi ry May 18¢Muey ¢4 [May 31

2 May 2) Mal

une 2b

‘ ume do yee 1 sly 1 ore

une 8 uly ”

ee city @ July 7 , . joy 19 uly 20

'

STEAMLUS SAI FROM PLEN 2), HROOKLYN.

Robearry past fi ow New Youks

PORE COATS’ [AILK

Y be had (by arrango-
nt) daily from Mu. er ‘ $4,000
at De Bilhas stables,
mbie st Pure bred

oburg Ram un Service. | Hie Gasstte Onloe, 20 Si.
i, u Service. . May tet—Ia.

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HIGH-CLASS

Tailoring
E PRICES.

—

AGNOLTA BOUTS

TUST OPHEITEHD.

.

MODERAI

yle, ft Finish

SATISFACTION | PRICE $4.95 PAIR.

PLACE YOUR ORDERS WITIL

ITH BROS. & CO.

7, Frodorick Stroot.



Tan Vici Elastic Side Boots,
Cuban Heel, Toe Cap.

Black Vici
Boots, Goloshed, Cuban Heel,
Toe Cap.

Elastic



mportant Noties,.

_ Owing to the rapid increase of business in their
Furniture Factory Messrs & Bo& Co. have been
forced to engage the services of a further FURNI-
TURE EXPERT, Mr. ems, who arrived from
one‘of the largest Cabinet Factories in Scotland per
S.8. CROWN OF CASTILE," will devote the whole
of his (ino to the supervision of all Cabinet Work
entrusted to the care of Mes«rs. 8. B.& Co. With
all the latest. ssood-working machines and axplen-
did stock of native timber al his disposal the
publig mas be assured of eftire satistiction to
all orders.

MOTOR BODY & BUGGY BUILDING .

WILL IN POTURDE BEA SPRCLALETY
WHITE PITE BONANZA









The Bonanza. |/SMITH BROS. & C0.



2ELL IN RUPPORT OF HOME
RULE

! BOSOE LATEST TELEGRAMS."

Spark
Plugs.

For Sale by

SOHLERR & 60

BOSCH MAGVETO COMPANY, LTD.

41 Mantz Squans,
Phone 184,

LOANS MADE
COGOA * ESTATES

WITHOUT ANY
CoNDITION

Uirrelt bed thy debate tpan the
The exrablisment of
Batre executive be Tieland was, he
declared, necessary for settlement of
At preent the
necretaly acts asa tucie greuopbene
He appealed to Uleter to
fors® good Bul, and belleved the feara

Catholics and Protestants
together for the commen’,
INTERBST IN BILL OVAL
Interest in the D131 is
stiong whips ace necessary. There are
luany conjectures

Por some few divs past co rimmour was
helnge Derminte aly eri alated alb over the
ally fo Che eteet that a oh tte boy bad ot
met Bly death at the hands of a police f Tee ‘| Howieg by ing Lhe age ada, —
wan w ho felted pu swith a " om foum his
ate: there Ix not the slyclitest sen :
bianes of truth i the matter, we think it] 4 DUKE: mee theta fee of £10 be
fair to give the facts as they really exfat 3
Qo the sth juscant, detective Consiable {annually tur the audit of its aveou nts
Mfluds arreated a fttle hoy named ¢hastes 4. Sqr cithestions and Mstimates of

who dived with hig parouts al No. [| £1.6 fos new buikliege for Hoant of
ward Strict,ona chaige of thron | Agateulture alsa account of 10 adua

WJ. & Panama Telegraph Company, Tome Hue Bilt

HOME RULE BILL,

BIRRELL'S, SUPPORT:

SMALL INTEREST TAKEN IN
PARLIAMENT.

GOVERNMENTS ENQUIRY INTU
ULSTERS DHILLING,

ENCLISH AND GERMAN DIP-





FOR SALE



whether Ministere would ace pt
omnstonu of Cleter
FOR FRILNDLY

4NbD REASON AGLE coM

a hana ar

CONSULT * TION

STUDYING REMEDIES ror IK.
DUSTHRIAL DISLUMHANCES.

LLOYD GEORGE'S OPINION.

ENGLAND'S UNSLSPROTED EX.
« CELLENCE IN AVIALION,

CABINET MINISTERS INTER-

I
from Mr. William Ubeien, suagesting
therels now sullicient material
friendly consultation ‘and reasonalle

PSPh ThD EN
Ck.

log prevented the
ceurres, but the
the feate of aviation aind a
nile wind and whitecaps
droplanea took
sages between ships aod shore,
and descended at will,
fovisille feet by surroundin
subroarloes, and
strated [ogland’y
cellence In wen

ed by the magisirate’s order, We
bepe thée will put aa ead to the unlound

fnezuolanPatont Fuel

Kiog was anazed by



WHITE STAR COMPANY STUMPS
UP IN

Ininidad Shopping & Trading Company Lmtd
a

TRINIDAD LINE of STEAMERS THE “TITsNIC™ ENQUIRG.
OR4SNGE CLUB DRILLS,

London, May 10.b,
The Uovernment has requiet ned
frou: the Dublin authovities a retura
of the names of all officers and non:
commlaslaned ofticers, activeorsetired,
who are engaged in drilling Orange
In sbipyatde, aud

unsuepected = ex
aud machines, - ee
pecially Commanders Samson and

Tor’ CRENADA. TRIMDAD and LEMERARA, Carrying through Gregory nal tr
CABINET

MINISTERS IN.

At Weymouth Nr Balfour and Mi
Churchill toured the hat bec
marine D4 Mr. Churchill studied its
naval utility,and Mr. Balfour seked

pARet € MPANY STUMPS

The White Star Gounpaoy has pald
into #ourt 4000,
inagesfora@ stewatd's widow, under
the worksnen's compensation act,

THE OLYMPIC'S DESERTERS,

‘Tbe “Oceaule’ hae satld with the
Olympic e deserters, the stiike having
been arranged with the Union.
SIRIKE REFERKELD TO NATION.
ORGANIAATIONS
The Dietrict Committee has trferred

clube, workmeo
otber sluilac bodies,

ENGLAND 4ND GERMANY,
The * Pall Mall Gazette" saye 1 srou
Marschall Voo Bleberstein
especially charged with the settle-
ment of the Bagdad ruilway questing,
and theeconomleal pattition of the

PROPYTOe.:: + AIZINGS DATMS, 1912,
ee

stationa, aed will arrive at Lortol Spain G, Kitulnetee

+ 3:

bifinpay, ann stay, HL Jotnitons

eamer wilt leave to fee bpalo Ki Miller Duff
jam, for ¢ bagachauare direct,



pr.
\ 12 |Apr. 13 Apr. 20
Mar #2 Mar 0 [Bur 31 Apr. 12 |Apr. 13 pte 2

t pr Z| y
iy . oe S (May 4 |May IL between Englandiand Germany Colon-
br gy ter 2) (pe. et Nay if {May 2 . z or lugesd, oly their
commercial spheres being epportloned,
UNUSUAL PROCEDURE
The Foreien Ofice haa pot been in-

forwed of Couot Metleroich’s depar-

$2,000 Upwards

STEPHENS LMTD.

“Tho Storos,”
Finsccial, Commercial and Jnsur-

GN PAINTING,
BORNN.

Weer Ideas th” eve
aboyp alls Moderate

Ja the aftirnvon rahe wlll leave at 3

cS SDA ar siay, will be played on O'sdewlale plteh
Tbe opener will leave ot 9 am for | hid aflerwvon ot LB aeok, Chale
all stations. She will leave Chacubacary | WU be provided as Gd ogute each,
at 4 pia miler tell mations M8 the —eee
the Peninsular and Orlental employees return trie, and will are & ri alt nae
Spain at about 5 & paw, - ‘
PaO TUESDAY, ger SLAY. PRICIS C+ RRENT
The steamer will leave Pust-of Sprin at
wus for Cineavhaate dinct Sie will NEW YORK
leave Chacabacare at daw, will stopat | prow,
all stations vscept Teterons Hay, and will lates Clears wo
orrive at fort of Spain at about 333 aia, y Lye bertel
M

fes will remain



ape It (June 12 Jane 19

une ws Mune 2 (July

strike to the natlonal organisation,
THE TWP NIC KAQUINLY.

At the © Titanie ‘Inquiry, lectiauny — ;
wasgiten that the iifeboatea clubbed
away svinnulog survivors, who were
haved by the women agalmet the ef-
fortes of Lhe crew to preve d
ruled (bere wes no

INDUSTRIAL DISTURBANCES
Me. Asquith, speaking at a tneeting
of the Bankers Aveociation, said that



Tetxiwad suiiiin avi TRADING Uo, Lin—New York and Trinidad
Deas SW. te Hookna Bros, MvConnale & Co, Lrp,—Demerare. cptimists should semark the Indus
trial disturbances, especially the rail
way aod cual etiuikes. and he (nvite:
bankers to co-operate with the Gov

jurisdiction | LN Biz Bucumion tchate avaltabie, tor {ried poor bel.
ernwent’s coustaut studs

of manslaugbur, be also t Lerate te be sald on the above
al

gestion of a luchout dates
at the bow as well as at theorowanest ‘Ord!
CB FOR CHESTER CUP,

Hece fur the Chester Cup ow
Wednesday was won
*Clatepmux second,

wt

oi. 6 CENSUNK OF KAISKIL
"Helin hee electad Horr Wermulb,
who resigned the Jupetial Treasur
on acuount of the measures ad

for financlay the tollltar
Bargotpaster., This lw

TANUINEK CENSURE FOR
KAISER

The provincial ‘Ouunni ties uf Alesow
ralge bay coneuread the Goveru-
ng lucu motive works
je 8 sencoph| e
ated the Government

VET ANUTHER CENSURE FOR
KalskR WILMELY.

on wbverne lo the Kaien in
eiust & tenuanl for oust of

COT WHAT HE DESERVED

Hufore Ue Blackwood Wad), bi

Wensctusan dbuth selling cleske), fur leat
bias at Freduich Street.
iy achiited Laving culled
aetia be woutl
Plalusnt coiled Lino larin the hearing
of a goed maby persons
His Worship (he ataye
Yoo bir tx: ates be told ao lie
You dont eapeat tocall
8 mien o lie lhe thet apd get nutbbug for

a
RO NOTES
ON PR
| TU STUDY REMBDILS FOR IN
DUSTRIAL UNHEST,

Jo the House uf Coumons, Captain.
Crawshay Willams moved tha
Governuent Insestigate the Industrial
uorest and ite remedies, Mr. Hard
inoved au amendment
nilaloum wage, the right
natlesalizatlon
erample tinines and rall

EASTERN MARKET, = | | “iersas?*.

‘a be invested at reasonable interest, .
v IONS OF MORKET. ia 1.
Bee rA OS MUDITIBN BLE axe iayod BS fonuon.

'
only i¢iable names taken. Businoss
Hdentlal. Apply at once .
transactions coutidentla Spent bueet ' N.B.

of mionopolles, f



M

8 sen: 2511 tbs,
and 14u, Closing price tt,

1p Uaives : Te lbs. ‘peuiug price Bic,

eb ey ced GA we Te
+ > Pa

R. & S.

NEW COODS THIS{MAIL:

. , Six only Trimmed Tats
Emabroidered Dresses,

ject to the appolotment of a oou-
jon of inquiry, wad would
teatlfy nor assiet ia an

jer.
EOHGES OPINION

Mr. Liogd George sald the reason of
justifiable dewre
if their condi-
td's wealth was iucreas-
jog, without the workers getting
Roteat Cecile p
shating proposal went furtber than he,
Lord Robert, thought and approsi-
mated to Myndicalisawn. The of
the unrest, he contloue,
subiclent wages, aud conditions of
anwortby uf the workers una
treated as though
possessed pee suule nor minds,
nathonalisation «f sallwaye would
pet stop strikes, aud
would objet lo

the unrest was t wove ireeior '

of the workers to bet!

ROL ND LON EONe, —
gEN., Lon pon.
Fle cthful +Tensstuas” vudane lei *
potasoes, cabbage, lettuce, dete quan. are Crystals
Pigeon prar. Kiuger, opie, lub: we View
leg

oe
Ordway Canes, turnips, chu, rou

‘se . a
rma wh *.
& intalne. fhe per evs. t-te i
entity — Mustard leaves, to! sh
owee pulaloes, tanules, ochruss | Jere .

jure,

Guauuty Usepefiult, clad
he cost loth of dob, plus apples

The Cabluct, he '
1. were jOusideriug the etstire
protlen t

wheiber swore
eoquisy Wau ucverear)

Rishardson and Solway:
eS

Undimary ~ Powa. tetefeu.

A tteeting of the Board ot pricul
fore with Ve behdon the 1th instang,

AN UNFOUNDED RUMOUR. | BOARD OF ACRICULTURE,

b Bit tal Statetun ob.
2 Repuit of Adsvisury Comnilttes,

panlhy the Bowd tite the Treaeury

1 convection the bay wan f tor plane

ordered by the City Magistrate da tecelve & ditter flons Mie. S, Henderson
two strokes with # tanuasind rot Afew thanking the menbers foc their vote

hours sfterw andi Wworal persuiis cabled
no he hee w imnther, Chatlote “Ueorge, of condolence passed at the last meet

(formate lea that they hed he ord that Wg of the Hoard,
heson had beew kibed by « palloeman
‘The worn knowing the rumour tobesa PP tinieion to agp a ounneetion
ridteatously (alse chased ber interviewers | Wil the Afiivan Luatomotogical Re
avay, after whith the alarming in ell. Jeera ch Committee's affer to send au
wende apread Uke wild fire throughout the | Entomolegit from Trinidad
boy, it sony lee noted, iswell | the United ‘ nd
and beariy, and attended echasl up to | the event of bls belong selected, would
a paver at any thos roomed F be giad Lo kootw if the Board wilgraot

$Me POL Guppries plication for
+ply,

Statew of Ameios,and i

eebe Lsd re | hia thiee months’ lease on ful

7. Mycolegist’as Rept.
& fatorua onsets teporte !
artment « ~
port wonton Wf Agriculture=Ite-

my

—_—
a OTE

GULF STEAMERS. FOOTBALL.

EMENTS FOR EMIIRE DAY
HEPSUNTIDE HOLIDAYS on

CLYDESDALE ve It M.S “J EOLUS '
CLYDewpate TMs. Awotent ,

BOCAS AND ISLANDS SERVICE Goal,

JA. Laver ack Ganper Hanvab

THURSDAY, Jkan MAY. 2 6
The (301 Steatuer will leave at 490 pm. J Voubes
for Chacachacace via i}! atath aud will
return direot to bort of Spaia t ane

Forrest
Koh. D. Peck feape:
Italtebsckas Adauwon

F Biuce
FRIDAY s4ra MAY, il. Unadley Me Bonhams Carver
The steamer will leave totSpain at 1K. Piggott Thom
Rang, for all stations, She will leave * Vorwards proa
Chacactacare of 3 pis, will wall stall lp Onuatns Malekin

Taylereon
EN le

Bhe wil | A. dMeQowan lowe

Uhaomiacars at 6 aw. sod will Ke
except Teteron’s Iisy, | It Curtle snerses
arriving at Port-of Spain at about 6Ban. Unesiiee
She wll) perforin Ler usua) service at | Groves Calvert

Yeferee: [ronside,
A match Uetwegu the aluve teas



eaten



B
ares, Sow Beasun‘a per bri

isary feturo thkete sre ssailable ay Moss perbel = epOl'soza3




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ie

at
A.
Opeoulug Prue bs. | ayia »h et
. oe i 1018 S0g toy

eo diy.

(Hoge tel ‘Opening pre 1d&, . Migs, Saas 4

Lk.
1 og, ihe hilux piece Me. raha i
Me and lb.

auuwoed, veatitert, oacumbers. nu hermes
FREbTS 3
Pleutiiu- Jauske plums, carhew, . are yes uallom 3 {tua ay
bananas cbang: s. jabdad. Gewnd Mad
Maueorpote, pawpaw, joes. per owt, aw | gay

Ni
wre EUS

we. ol 4kee .

Plentifel —Gerdawue, care cae eae Fetrotemm tu ile Uw
wablits Nalin ae pat ine te Peavicum bus isan te

Vt wal at Gilde ta oy
t

v
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Toworrew oh the New
wl ancy





ee or S ale : 1 [mc anlivert, Ttttget Client | soko ek Senet, pTiarenns Meal | att H fy HOAD LEY a
Ex Recent Arrivals. ;

‘
’ have received aa in a a
of the Churoh of “tbe Patron of the
Woldons Pet tite nat free Mie city ‘ites at Seam ‘ia TOV vray VMirgs
Journal erehte cre Eeteara siprion tet | sop Cone 1g be) thers "trike | ARE NOW SHOW ING SPECIAL Vant
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Queen Street, Port-of-Spain, we saw | oil] be in attemlance The de

' and palgted | Curd Fathee J. Melb nas li CS, 8p. ae
MAI LLARD S. rerarday on reine eee ener aleo the Good Sisters of the St a ph
VHltaiic.” This lean enlarged picture | de Cluny offer. (hrough Unix medidm, a
from a small motel aod the wing | hearty welcome to all their friends
ie very good. ‘The artlet is @ youth | arquaintances and others.
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Tu DAY. ' Dock ather the continuation of it, ie pre- ~—_
34. Cases Jewel Lard —25s. —— ee of the delta onth duewed ia ** ltvletat’s Almanac.” 4 very JACKET AN D PANTS 39.69,
4 2 RAMS. Dee” arrives from London | has been very brilliant In hisexaming | popular publication in this _ootony. ~ s
10 Tierces . wa Northern Islands, thon, The ‘picture la a source of | The almanac does Snot actuelly astect
rt 50 P l ” ? . h 25 tek he Ravan xernulne allraction to all who pees that the drought wontd be weoton eee ry
i a/08 ” n_, G8G BB o | Oristerat tbe Sovannan. slong Queen Street. Mi 'na reterence tov eain ta, the war ante ed ni of to k

MM Virginian” leaves for Fi | The inhabi f Belmont Valley | pages devoted to Jancary, February,
Thomas. Malte clove at 12 poo. Read, at Teast. ean well understand nd Mar hb tine h asually Pontain auch

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Ww te -_ ints | u ifert f the people ferern oa nigutive form af prog
, acer 100 Pp. bers: i ithotesian ” learws for Dar “town Mouth eayeobiall . mitet ' moti ation it 1 whl th we (trent _ OO PRD
Caan St John. Malle at AL present { the low atate ol scopitet would be canter » eS ———

\ 51 Cases ’ ” 5) pints noon, the St ‘Abo’e. reereote, from whi repnuatin Unfortunately. ine al
— water is supplied to Delmont Valley | mana does nob atate an A
ales ar BN - Oran Nassau” leaves for 1 1b renbe tut, the water is only | yaise the hope that we shall soon have
German Pap Paramaribo, Fal Ja clove at 12 noon. son for a few hours daly, and then] atl the vais that are required, and. if

there is s regular aceanible gt the | it is to be believed, the ordeal through
Hale of a Wooden Tenement at] standpipes, ‘The service pt to the | which the colaw is passing is golug ta
Maraval Road, by H. Paris=1 pm. howes are practically use! juct | lant fora oonetlerable Lime. Acoord-
——— now, aw very litle water, ifany, can fing to the alorsnac there were to
The London Blectric Theatre 4 and | be got. froin them. ‘The situation te | be showers only on the Oth April:
84) om. teooming more and more sertoue, for | and the let of May, and after that
— though the rain clouds appesr, alinost | there will be no rain till September,
High Water Morn 11.2t Even —— pom. | tantaliaingly, we heatd tt sald, there | when they will be heavy,
Sun rin we SAS a.m. | is scarcely any precipitation owing to -——
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Sigesne Houve, Ranta Crus, the wife thet to Windward en boant ihe atant, to sallfor New York ou the
a et eee EMS Soper, on Wedoomgy Slant |” Titanle.” but fortunately the banker

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"a re ce, N On Tuealay evening last, the mem | ploger io America, Who wee @ pagven
qouher’s re udence, pe, 4 Cimiant Lers of the Scarborough Brotherhood, vera board the © Titarle” le reported
brother to F oA mandez at Mesara | Presented the Kev Ch B. Byer, wath a | saved, _

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o'clock Lhis afternoon. puree of ‘sovereigns, io view of his Yesterday a woman named Hen-

——— spproaching, departure eeu Tobago ttt Thomas was fines 85 by Dr
no to assume other duties. On the follow- wood ¥ lor al acting

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pany, left last evenlog for Caithagens E VE ST R f
168t, Vincent Strect. Got what he deverved, EN “ , .
‘ — Au gefounded Kutnour, oe ebe Tea B Pearce deme ie HARBOUR & MARINE NOTES.
u eamera } Arrangements for — .
Enipire Day and She Whit- Jamaica yesterday aie svetentes , Reports from London contira that the x . r
gunlide Hohdaye ; Buoas and | afternoon no tacthet news of the mia yon tee ot Het eat aveenao niente SOME LOV LLY
rages Mathes Quotations hap had been received here, lu ely up to £180,08), but to pay claions for
_ . - lar averazce in excess of this
Board of Agriculture, Mry Eva Willing Astor, forince wate Pavan For this risk the nominal pre Y §
be othall, . . ot the late Jolin Jacob Autor, and who iniain of Nie perevut. fur 128 months vos FA WN CG Cc Oo LO R D
See Goll Gaby 1s now residing in England, and moth yi ' The car mucipm eh and niet
rl ubago. "ine w Je a 0 aatic! ,
Cie tet. iz er Vincent Astor bas decided to pro thane Ratt cover thie part of the lows e
: ceed to New York to be with ber soo, a that +
TMPCUA, bhe will wail, aaye the © New York However, it ix contirined that Liosd 5 a
City Police Comt, Herald” ofatecent date, at, the ear. | slone had about 91 Qunda) lavelyed in
Oretnmintt steels AeTSENE | e4b pomibhe ruament Daanromersefeus nd jewelry. |
. u jo
* TO disaster to ti Titanic hi a 4
al itienee Lropoeed in theoty | We uuslerstant that there are |, ihe inthe manufacturing of life hoata ev ¢
i Ww Ti I SKY ) * Sten Die, Wawen Lise," peveral lew pieants for the post, of | and raffs unprecedented 11 the history of *,
hy GF -Agrialtaural Society . Continued Pratiee ‘Gant, eee ee {he trade in the 1 ea ule steam *
Disc rieaiott MN Agricultural | cant through the promotion of Mr, | ships tut basa been reciven. atso from Frillod and Tfassolled.
AGints For TRINIDAD Fone A geesfereUe func: | Keneth Lawrence i a clerkatp in the | het ort and const wise, wbeamasp cot, .
W TD Deflued. . oles uf the Piateich Catt. ‘ade orders. that woollen life boats 8 O0inS to oii Vide — Prive 3Gc ta 84h ner Vi
-S.ROBERTSON & CO. Le 9-The oes Legislature : The Mr Nathan Straus. laother of the sult be varied " preference ta metal Wins to Shins Wide— Price suc t rl I
t «, Chiel Justice's calary, fate Mr. Deidore Straus, frum whom | U2 itt the Canard hive hite orderev seven — st) --
SAN FERNANDO. KF neva oy Mr. Emma Wile [the word was kept for several days of femmeea pots te onnae tse preferred ALSO
Tater of We Supernatural , Some | LMR Meee bie eaten, aban the | Uerdune they, are sauipped ol tel ae
+ . strange experiences; A New York of heait disease due to the Unslakebh “The cost of the life toate |
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BARRELS OF SEVEN DOZEN PINTS.

- 7 culosla Congress where he wae to read

ITEMS OF NE S. apaperon the Pasteurisation of milk

—- asa preventative of thatdisesse, ILis

We beg to acknowledge the receipt | condition was such that when the
ofthe Annual Report and Catalogue | news of the “Titanle’ disaster was
ofthe Telnidad Home Industries and | received it was witheld. Then it be-

Self Help Association for 1912 The | camecentain thatthe brother and hie

stalement of account for 1011 show a | brother in law were drowned, aud the
very healthy state of affairs, must | Information was coaveyed ww Sir

encouraging, it must be, to the man- | Straus as gently as possiile, Theef.

fgement, at ater mente, smount. fect waa as lt was feared it woud ba
DK ere remalns, cash in ose who knew the deep brother!

hand, titou.ts * altection exislog between oe pale. ,

The headquarters of the United | fo view of the propoved visit to thi
Society of Christlan Kudeavor of | island of the Brigadier General bat
Boston, ent out an appeal to Chie | ryiiple- Hay onthe 2th instant. for the
tian Kadeavor leaders in every part | purpose of Inepecting the Local Forces,
of the United Slates to protest | the Constabulary are being put
against the enactment of legislation in through some preliminary exercises,
New Mezico to peimit the Johnson | including ekirmishing which was var.
Tiyon fight to be held (in Las Vegas fried out on the savannah yeoterday
on July 4, ae that day will be safer [ morning, under the direction of the
and saver without (t, Inepector General, Lieut, Coloutal G,

. —— D. Swalo, the officers on parade being

Last night's maiket reports by cable | the Depaty Inepector General, Lleat
show arlee of covosTin § Londga by | Colonel RON Marshall, Inspector \VJ1-
Js, Lhe quotations bedg now Oleper | eon, and Sub-Inspectors, Car and
unt. Carvenaugh,

The Danish eteamet of C012, 1620 tons
Captain Kall, left yesterday for Surope
yi the Northern talanidy wy oon ce

rin Cocoa, Mut wy Manjack, a
Viour, 72 caaka Crade Vil, 19 Urle. Flour,
4 pack: Merchandis-and 31 psssengere.
For Barfedas —Mr and Mre. F. Ge ag
hanand Achildrye, Mi. and Mere J.C.
Pinto da Silva, Nurse and child, Mesare,
HEC, Hendslekeon and C. Commtestong,
Mra, Belasoo and 16 deckers.

‘
‘The Tiritish three masted schoouer
Albant”, ‘Mu tone, Ceptalm Decker,

suited yerterdsy from Philadelphia, Pa,

US AS wlth sedcaus Triuided “covonuts

from M. raze F iluggine and Co

the local agents for the Praukiia, Baker

‘De

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The Royal Mall steamer “Catal ,
i tl toma, Captars Tebbs arrived from
Demerara vusterdsy moruing with cargo
in transit for Kurope She took KW tons
juaker coal aad left during the afteenoun
for Cartagens to asslet the FLAS

Anadlau,



Mr. John HL. Santh, anecchant of We have been requested to remind
thiscity we notie by the recent | Lhove gentlemen who are laterested ia
Atmerivanfeschanges to hand le a guest | the establishinent of « loeal dianch of
of the Imperial Hotel, New ork, | the Oatholic Order of the © Knights of
prior to hiv departure for Europe. bt Jobn ” that atmeting la nia e the

‘ —=- heveasary arrangewents will be ty

The Cousul for the Netherlands, Mr. | in the Vatlor of the Hotel Miranda,
Cail Houw yeelerday peceiveal a tele | (Me. D, Nanton’s) Corner of Henry
gram anoouncing that Syioans had | aud Queen Streets, to-morrow after
Falved quarantine against Trinidad, huoa at 4 o'clock precialy. At has

—- . been already vated, the approval for

The stage at Ure London Bilec- | the establishinent of a Consmaader:
tric Theatre (is being extended. | of the (rder focally, has eon obtain
Tule, for ous, will enable Vrofesver } from He Oraoe the Archbishop, Dr.
Stark Hermann, who hes teen engeg- | Dowling.
ed lo ealertaln there on nest Thursday ———

Friday amd Saturday, to true Foran Liy adecree of the Guverament of

i te ada ce hance | ove hts a ct
en alare, abe are Ww Foi

previously The programms of nw ta “eubatk ta i bidden

The Nogw. ** Fagersaud ,
ws sailed on Thurs
day for Cayenne with oxen in
(raneit and the followiug cargu from
Trinidad $86 baskets onions, 2 tase ten,
»hags rice, 0 balf bage salt, 98 boxes
preserved weala and }2
woods. She also took Away epee

uablpment Largo and 1 passeuger,
Doe Santos t â„¢

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The Nav alco nittee uf the House hay
sated ayalnat Sattlowhips and crubsers
ne part of thie yeara addition tu the
Ualted States fleet, The folluwing pro.
arene res re “pe by the onw
tultwe Pwo coliters, 0,0U0 each, four
subtaarines, @MUOO each, six ka





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Hxhibition and was highly — | sci suas’ wepcatint "| ment adlaues foqunludee irs | inl Sney fei ok thas ‘“SAIT BAY
Ai . t d fort Lhe ilees of pictures abthe Loa | Guadeloupe, Haytl, and Wan Hioeals co | lpoathe question of Uuilding battioships °
4‘. ppreciated. Hon elt et ge | rt Mere a? | eee edt (eam
‘ auprove, ig eet Yond haw been rom wre hy wet!
sure ts yall who atiend their | Constabulary Inepecter OB meee poser aval, progres ‘aucus | The pro FOR MEN, LADIES, AND CHIE DRENS WES
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The following are the pase wines | is hoped that bis stay In ™Lictle | @7u\UW to convert tbe cont He Patel”
- of the Trinkdad Rifle Association Kogleud * will Je | aud * Prose val
Abel cougetitioue , tot Clams” | barthworking sod SMcleul Gites | Mill also provide ease prepay SHS, AT

“Juha Mmith edel, . HM. | one Los! Forces.
arenr.| oh ad on ihe ' srg
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fore TRA t Le Heate will be imting an Kast thouen It iy Wudrastoud thank
et tas Inch fasoured | Indian to fill the os wing vacanc eolus —feares Ihe harbour tote: \e
’ a with 2 obs Of vdetlo rec civad fio | the Laglalative Louncll Many 1 Fane, | she was vouling yeaanjay, yea

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AGHIN TS. besa avai drued Me wpeti oa hte | publishing any,on frou Wwakiug apy ae 1 pu fu Martluique
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tore:
and women, ot men
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necas death from accidental causes does
bot necessarily aifect or reduce to an ap
prectatle degres the health ralue of other
ae the orgaus lumediately destroyed by
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Pa. Nude ¥ Joebua tivckies, we eed from healthy hedies, tro 10th {ith Mf
BE 5. Wins douse» kvddiy, hod trataplanted in the aneaeed peyinete ox: : Oth th. Ay.
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‘| the 4th instant, bored a hole in our Water
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provisions from on board.

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WEA husband who Ie suddenly taken very Hl. During his Uilness bls
partners fa business rubshim. You next see them reduced Ia circastances—
the wite is oom pelled to self the turaltare—but she manages to bide all their
troubles from her husband who Is aulertng [rom an apoplectic tit. she
works hard at {ancy work which she sells an: soppore the family uaknown
toher husband. During her absence her cbiid pulls the iefap down aod the
house oatebes firs, Terrot cures the hasband—and be succeeded in extia-
watshing the flames, The meeting between the busband and wife after le

prost dramatic, *
THE WOULD DE TWIN -The fuunlest Twins you hase ever soon.
LA ROSHELLE ~Boaattlal Soouery.
SONG OY THE WILDWOOD FLUTE -An Indian Drama

“ MEN DIE, WOMEN LIVE,”

The following letter a

” ore N mw ppeared In the
oe Sastice gitasseli arrived by the wits reed with latent ne dateand
a Ra. * Dpey ° un Wednesday fberolne dothe bdvtor of The Herald 1

5 dost.) aud cu) '@ Followlog | Men die, wowen live |” What man,

BAe Ee NINATs wonde With dap ese Ted, these, fout
ad Rex 7 Benjamin hori Setting lire to | themen die thad! Une wompentmartive at
fi. Dereitiog Hv ees know, I kuow, that is_ the syiabollem 6
ee Hox vy Joseph Lyvns-—aving in his manbuod. a aytobolism of
gpaseesion ruulde dor colsing 2 years Yat nine, there are thousands of my sex,
SUMMABY JURISDICTION, light, triMing women, who consider the
p Conran Leonidas, arid ty vitamin | argc wmcntis ofa many ether Hah
a itvon and Phill len—t leason wil] pasa
me Pore pune a and eatabiisn titles over thete Hippant winds without {ts mor
protponed Lroin January pitting, Whe are the h
Ry Mary H. Mc Douats § Haward Browne hist a Teaver 18 disaster, such aa
poaod Mark Lange postjionet as above-- [ the nobility of ten, | w for th iy
mY Brongfal entry on Pistoutts Land, ness of iy aex. le 4 Weep for the selfish
BR i deurge Liodsay % Leo, Lewis Latour— Now RIZAMETH Nicisoin Watnotn,
jaooe Daalel \ sarah Ann Manewelf. | New York, April 26, tviz,
iB $6 recover possession of tan, =
i? Kdward Brown y Jamea MeDougall and
Me Mery McPougali damages for wrovgful

dary.
writes Alexsoder Sarper v Adam

La Frospass,
gicte Y. Patterson v James Kirk Slad

Damages for preferiing «charge of
Jerceny etc. .

BHeoderson & to ve. H, Jronside—
Jeagment buqwons,

Jono A. Hops, srading as Mope & Co
@ Wm. Meluroy Atwrney of Uastara
Rests Limited summons of bale,

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PART Ist.

Count De Galata faila in love with the beautiful Duchess of Richelieu.
De Oalade is plottin, ainet the life of the Cardinal, The Duchess writes
Te Gelato a letter w ich be Jropa and ts found ty Count De Louvres, bis
rival, De Louvres denounces ie Onials to Lighelieu., De Calale ls arrested,
Use Ductwan bege the King to pardon him, The King refuses and De Calals

(6 Delreaded,
PAARL 2nd.
De Lauvreta ble turn has another rival lo Count Chemwpandier, He






bITY POLICE COURT.

(Btlore Dr, Blickwood Wright,





fighta a dal infrontof the Duchess s Palace with Chempandler who fs
mounted. Uhempandler is taken in and attended by the Duchess

Louvres who lan favourite of the Cardinal repovia to him that Chempandler
had fought aduet, The Cardinal asnds to arroat bia —but the Duchess suc
ceeds in jetting a pardon from the Queen, The Queen lt retarn for thia favour
asks Chempandler to take to Soxiand a letter to her lover, the Dute of
Huckloghatn, but when giving hlin the letter ahe (9 seen by one of the malds,
The malt reports this to Father Joseph, Kichgiicu's secretary, who reports
itto Micheliey Richellea hay Cheapanidicr arrested and tortured, but he

Frida.
, ASHALLT,—Oonstable Laing charge d
Editu Charles with beating Frederick
Kuss, It was proved that defendant
tabbed Ross in tbe chest’ with ‘a pen-
koife, ‘Lhe wound fs nota dangerous
wne, Jt was defendanVs fitat vifence,

vut the Magistrate told her be could

JAPANESE ARTISTIC DE THE MAY FAIR
SIGNS TEA SETS | yu Ath oF THe -
$s to FLO BELMONT = PRSBYTERY - FONDS

Vases Cups, Plates, Saisds, Mus To be held on the grounds of Me. and Mra
tardy Veppers and Salts, ete 3%) Clareuce Liguure at \o 56,Uelwont Ctrou












ee adine nut let ber off when sl. ti : * ,
ae, GRIGKET. using the knife in that way. ile weet a Aad Weld Bultable Wedling, tre, Mr Head on boars the pala leg a man, refasing to dlsclone the Qicen'a messnire, |The
os Vu is re Pa Ducheia however had secured the letter who . er

BP CASUALS C.C V MAJESTIC Ct, oer Wo gavl for a month, u foe t, phod Che Dehes FLO WER PRIDAY bist JLCY 19t2, ahe eae him oa the rack she falnted and dropped te letter which was



al ay Bl Nase Constable Cox, of the
déar ur COnmstabular char, Geo.
Geeudls UU, Ww-day on tus Casuals | Leacock with conveyiog phoegrapie
A geound ay Z Pun 11, U. Uses, W. | piates, suspected tu be slolea, Lhe
declet, H. Juuucloue, f. Uraut, Lb. | Gonstable: said he was on board a

B bortand, tt. Vewouiet, HW. OU, Doorly | schooner and heard defendant ask the
4. Urimub, &. Nuiusn, M. Jubovtove, | captain whether a Loy had brought

& Darweul,L. Sun, L. Trestrail, «+ baud bag there for bin. ‘Lhe captain

spt Toe following will represent Majes- | yasing suewered in the alicupative,
MUP. Brewo, WW. Brancue, | showed the bag to defendant who

SB bpringer, G. Millar, J, James, Uj upened it and depowted something

â„¢ , A. Callender, V. Ularke, Ly | uno it, Complainant saw the plates
j ph Roberts, J. Maughu, | aod asked deteodant if they were his.

ips, F, Mondezie, WW. davary, 1,
ee Unpiresit ti Desi Ys I tHe said they were, and complainant
yo

hamted (o the King who gallantly destroyed it, refusing to read Ita conteats
and thus ends om ee the insay episudes Inthe lite of the Camous Cardinal
Richelieu,

Yuros Burteneiy—Mr. ‘Toto just from Africa presents
the Academy of Science with a rare Buttertly,

CURRENT EVENTS:
King George and Queen Mary laying a Foundation
Stone,
“ Rugby Match—Wales—[reland.

Arrival of Austratiaa Cadets.

——_—-

Paris Fashions,

MATIN HES
Wednesday, Saturday & Sunday at 4 pan,



STANDS 4 tr 6% 1 Quis Staite gs ty Alaig: Vaucty of Glass, Earthen, China oa ,
and Hardware at Cut rate prives to be had at ‘“ weeps , eee eae seer vibes tigeers

3 . com! oo ALZ.N) pin. precisely, Steam
W.L ROSS & Gow Bsmt use taraniney At
* The Bazaar’, 43 Morine Square mission ~Calidren sixpence. Adulte Ls,
Conoest aod Dance at 3.40 pou. precleoly.
age aa
a e:
â„¢GOD SAVD TE KING.

TAKE NOTICE

HAT the Book Debts of
the late Firm of A. W.

. ARMOOGAN, of SAN FER-
These confections are pleavant to taste aud NANDO, have been auesigedd
efhcicnt in usc, Taken as directed they pro- ‘e tho said eevee req ues:

duce free and easy actions without pain or [ted to settle their account
digcomfort. with us before the Uist inst,
1" . . afler which date all accounts
They are best taken at bedtime but-can| remaining unpaid will be

be taken whenever convenient, Constipa-| handed to our Solicitor for
tion as an after effect does not follow their |Clection ;

use as iy the care with many levatives,| SMUTH BROS df Co.
They do not disturb the d gestive organs, “se
They contain the best laxative known and
are highly recomnended for any case in
either children or adults, ‘neir auction is
best when chewed up and mixed with
the Saliva,

ARNOTT LAINVIBIE & GO.
AGONY ON
OPERATING TABLE.

Bia not Hemows spss few tlie Black d ex
Geizn Adie Bawnmedt Ac.

fp The folivwing wil teptesent tle

















A-DRU-CO

NA-DRU-CO. LAXATIVES.










having previously received informa-
uiva of ewwlen plates, became suspicious
sudariested nim, Artiviag on shore,
Lhey went to Mr. Jacobsun, photo-
wtapher, in Frederick Staget, who
inimed the platewas his, Defendant's
svory was tbat buoself aud a lad em-
ployed at Jacobson s Studio had agreed
w go to Poot Fortin and etait a pho-
toyrapbing business, the lad tu sup-
ply Ube vevessary equipwent minus the
camera, as defendant owned one which
ue would manipulate himself. ‘hey
were Lo go0n the same schooner and,
detendaut baving got on board first,
enquired whether Lhe other bad sent a
Dash. uag. He learned that be bad, but did
y ~ aut know where be got the plates
VICTOHIA C.C, laT Xt ¥ SHAMROCK C. | which itcontalned. Defendant never
| Lbs tullowing wilirepreseat Victoria | vuld the Constable the plates were his.
i 90 SHamrock yroundst L. | Ube case wae postponed for the at-
| Constantine, V. tavcall, iL So Hall, Ht. | vendance of the utber lad,

exis, X, MacNatuara, Jno Joseph, F. | Jiuerr or Curree.—David Fiotau
Gaatillo, 4. Gucuvert, J, Olacke, ©. [cca and George Alleyne, carters,
awe 1. pealey, N. Curble. pleaded guilty tu the larceny of cotfee,

| he fullowiog will represent Shanp | and Mr lt Pitrgar of Mesare Prizgar and
tN, Botan vurt, V, Maingot, A. | erizgar, appeared for then. jeyoe,

Veoh U. A. Latour, ©, Wallace, La } whu bad # previous conviction for
yrriaulh Ww Gurduus UH. Keece, | ibeft, was givea two months, while

» Winter, 1, duit, K. Sorzauo, P. | Fialaoven was sent up for s month,

ong _ UasstTxUcTion,--Voustable ‘Lhomnp

Cu —— son cha) ged Gerald Reece with having
QND OXI ¥ Or MARY'S Cle
ad Mee following will trepreesut Mhew-

caused ao obstruction with bie ae io
sederic ree’ ter the evidence,
ek Zod xt ou the formers grounus

idos H. Sebeut, L. Hamel-

defendant was Hoed 10a, or seven days,
‘ € Va another charge of refuslog to pro
ett, © Cumming, f Cumaiag, 2. | duce bis badge woen told to do su, he
| y come be Hetotoxb, Be 4 aitude, was fined bail the above amouttor
bg A oa ain
l Yeriera, LL, Bocbey, “ ”

uke term.
ka Furiove Diivind.eeManuel Joseph
he followiog will reprusent bb
"CU, a Geo JL Claike (Capt,

and Anwuy de Fieitas pleaded guilty
| pict BY UG. Warner, GD.







ae
YORKSHIRE V A}U ADE.

AY Théfollowing will represent York-
taire on Majestic ground, A. dos
weanwos (Cap, K. dus Santus, A.
dgottiol. tL A, Meyers, T, Braucols,
3,0, Vieira, F, G, Guuvela, G, Bryce,

A, Fuller, i, aunith, U. Meyers, Jl.
qi feloni iu Arcad:

wing will represent Arcade,

Welch, LL D, Alapp. W 8 Manniog,

G84, Lucio, Ht. Ularke, J. ttuldes,

pO, dH. Haddaway, A. Nicholls, b
Matcher, W. Jayior, U. Patty, i. VW.




















USUAL POPULAR PRICES <- 8c, 160, 24o,
RESERVED SEATS - = - 36a



zi



May 7th,
WIFE NOTICE.

PRUE PUBLIC is booby cesloued
agaloat gringa'y coeds w my wile
satlaaa (Growen y called Hecho) be
heving Jeft my fuse asd prison

wub a woy Jost aren AMERR,




EX “ORURO."






60 Bags Cotton Seed Moal| #408 absauceNtnrs






&t Joseph Road,
May &ib—le,

HOME. JADUSTHIES

We have a large and varied
stoch of Picture Lost Cards.
Also original shotches of East
Indians, etc., in water colours,

Hand-painted dussert doy
Joette, P.O

. - Ihe - tan Y
* Darlog Auguat tact I went to Noatiesl to con ult « specialist as I had Lbeea leys on silk , Delicious Ger-
sutleriog terribly with aun ¢ in the Bladder, He draided vo an operation, aud | man biscuits, fresh daily Kid
was asaisted by anotherdoctor, They said the calculus was larger Loan a bear cl cd.
sod ton herd to crush aud tbey co: Id pot take It out. sloves cleaned,

1 returned bourssufferiog greatly and
did krow what todo but was recommended
by a friend wtcy WIN FILS. I boughts
hox end found rehef few the pelo at onde,
Ttook » evcoud sed athrd bos of tlt
PILCAa, afver which I went back to tbe
specialist, He told me the calculus wasre
duced in size, otlll he ouald pot relere me
gt ie al hough be ttled fortwo bourse and

af,

T returaed bone sgalo and onntloucd,to
take GAN Vitel ; ony rduowd tbe rau WIAG 49 the HALE. Kennet hay, M

Ty 16 ed OB thaktbe a lor rpase
ees titty un f be sute, but in wy | dry-docking wad Fegaerelrepelre tron th | Elevators, Rall Bowring Beirae Wine
Reel fy passed be stove On Oo ober id | Ma) tolri Vane 12, It hae ineo arranged, Kove te with 10” ebesves, #04 ball
sod Ba Bow « well wen sud very bappy. git the parusission of ‘Sey ellency the qetotepal Seed ben’, tore bashed

‘ een ed Ae i brpetents the Coastal rrives of Trinidad ood tbrvoghoet, Use guedrusie whb wit Marive Squsre, Port-of-Spala,
JOU OGIN Pl ua did for me. GIN FILL | Tetage during that as vader :— abeaves and sheekle.) Hisbiny tous, Trinldsd,

a wuee they did towel f 1 On ah y 9A and s7th Alay, Krew, oo, ae and at Hcarboroegh, Tobago,
are the best medicine in the world, avd becew y ww jor me For’ farther pariteuless aod pebeer, | Aprit 17,

atlopm
life ” . Pert-of Spal
will reconawend thea all tbe rest of 0 ; A Laut 3! te ihe pa In gine son calli ot Ee, eras. Apoly te
Fe A *
Lene eet adeet Here te eave a7 demetit | Slereu relief levee | pr op, onan. (evita =a |Randolph Rust, BROWN'S
of Siler, peane of getilug rid ef the stone without bey «ut io pances by tbe | nesdey sed taking the sed
Raife ef a surgeon. UIN PILLS disseive btone or Or vel on Kidneys or [led | theace
kal ae GIN PILLS are the greatest pulvent for uric aah] the work! bee
ever know, . bie ox: nd take GIh
fe hike Me, Lasssrd's, follow emopbe a °
pritis troney retuaded it they fall to uive rebel. Sewple bor free If you



wilt be largely toc








w racing each otber with their carts. tale voyages only and w
Constable Ulack being the prosecutor,
« Worrell, P 1. Walke, J, A, | itis Worsbip faposed a fae of 10s, on
7K. A. Norman, LM, Fraser, | each asa prize, hie said,
pdelonio, W. Knox, U, , Lange. LUREATS AND MeNacKA.—Edith
GP.OC, V eTINGO CC.

devary summoned Chaslutte Hrivhine
Yeo following wil) represevent the

“on tor using qhreata bo her, Mr
Homeo eppeared for defendant who,
P.O.0, io the math against Stingo i i ¢
today i—M, Cipriaaly zs de ho

along with complaloent, was, at the
cluse of evidence, bound over to keep

&. 4, Gaunmon, U, poppin. A

neon, & plone, A. IV, Huot, J.

the peace for olx months,
G, Proctor, G. Bushe, L.

eaceud.
-. Following combination will re
BS the Sting. —\V, ltargreaves
M. Hecwr, W, Wilsva, M.
; be W, iiaynes, J. Follonais, Le
a & 0, Camber butch, N Ferde,
i sed fe r TN. Archer, U, Modeste
|



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T, GEDDES GRANT

BROADWAY,







adults Traseatisttlo fares.




extended beyond that Ume,
Passengers msy break thelr voys:
at sey of the Intermediate porte on







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=

The Board of Industrial
Training.!
TECHNIGAL GLASSES.

=i
‘WWE Tecboical Classes conducted by
[ Wie loard at the Victoria Institute
will begin « new tetin 00 1d. May
nent, Subjece: Farriery, Practical
Worksbop, Drawiog, Fngineering,
Worksbo, Practios, Typogrsob, .
Bvok- blading, Shipwrights Wer! .
¢Boat-building) and Woiksbop Ach
wmetic. Fees None charged, to a
entices, Ari
tered oer ‘or 918) & senion, each

ag — .
, 7 FICIENCY.
oS ee uly granted alter
exswinations whieb ase eid in Jeno
sxtcttion will be Bend ia FPort-of-
spp Oe toes purtioware apply te

T. B, JACKBUN,







7 THE ROYAL MAIL
RADLS.P. seam packer oo.

COASTAL SERVICE
NOTICE,



OIL WELL

DRILLING MavHINGRY

ee (6
TOE poderigaed bes jast receive! par-
as, “Crown of Cordova,’ the fotiow
jog Oil Well Diliog Mechiaesy, vias-—
Oneextra besvy Bical De tek, wl eel
aod all Stulnge Shoaves-Drillio;
eee ee hea, Substitutes, Drive Vise



be given of re-embarcation,



Ot, for each steerage or deck




Vor further partie

—
YUWTLE Cc V BOTANIC ( CL,
spply to

, The Llluwing will repreveat ‘Lhiette
2 their ground w Slarvhall, UG
aaylr. Eide Nuvriga, Bo Gomes, 8
ane T de Vogue, 8, Daly, G. Fif
KMerden, J eye, B. MeLeod, 8
. Tee Hb men:
re following team will play fur

Botenie Go 1. Oumberbsh
» © Rogen, J. Busall, D. King.
fart eco, Danees

) Wition BF. rows
Willams, F. Manuusog. ,







i ttt sta






ae



. Krom: (oy vic rowta 2Nw XI.
; nlte following will repaovaut Vick.
Pett XI. “dleadsevn, 4. Brgth
a H. Nurser, N. iL Ula
L é tera, C. Callender, F
iA. 8 ville, L. Philips, W seaith,



Rast
Bey. ey 2 War Bef, Pa,

pooh ber te arenes

Fore id OUUVA,



Â¥



Fee following will represent Ktou









JUST # REGEIVED, | Royal Mail Steam Paoket
ao (PORTANT ALTERATIONS IH PA-

e “pol n O84, atier ath June, 101d tbe
od an amo lor

x "Gangos:. Traneatiantic passage will be abo jabed
aod Columad Rate will tq ia futuce,

682 BAGS NO. 1 described as Mialmum Rate whilss
supplements will be charged for sus

NAGRA RICE, | icincteret Miclsum Ratecabios
—o— reased.
Susplemsote will be ps: able tor

Spooial Clean Urhur Dhol, |= etal, sinew gieneae
the Miuiiuum iate lu favour of familie

travelllag together, ylog fur the
aingls Journey the equivalent of three

from

Return tickets will be avallatle for
21 U.lleodar taoathbe and cannot be

Bret aud second class tickete on the
Maia ldne, Hoadorsation ov the ticket
will not be pecowsary but notice must

oe beggage allowance, {no future,
will bodcwt. for each adult first class
passengers 2 ewt, for each second
clase passenger or vervant; aed l cowl,

passenger,
Excess will be charged at 74 per owt,
ulare, please






ee ee

tg Ge 28d Se

ae Sy AEN YS

te nen at lt

~

+

nee lena, bye heme ty ea rarinme menee

Se ee ft,

The ROYAL MALL STEAM PACKET
° COMPANY.

2
t
i

7

Siac tet ocaragrogas | Auwet ear gusts | Punoral Establishment, ‘

Dost Reav Tins, Bor Mark

tioning bis F; Tosa, Sepe Gousl, —_— — ~~
oseph, J. i Juewph, J, Peder, | Beoretary. | weite us, mentioning st railesl Oo Turoeto, Oseeds 73 Faget ee oe Rotate. /
ere "H CT ‘ Government Huildings. ithe bawele-are coastipaled aod Liver taspd, sake 3 stoaal Lusy Liver arriving » | san poeaey PLEASE NOTE. Tita j
Pures, J. Granyer pala. PU BO =e | ae milan ie Keno ennae | 5m, aaah party Bastar of ae | CA KETS AND OTHER COFFINS,
| ee nn ge oe ot aaa eaegenneenteal tee Te | Oo teta with Hob
a ——— oe pu FY Ct KX J Oo SE PH'S P El APAWNI CY; At Spa the" hpay” rewauste bervive a whe iebertog eget he Mee) Complete with Robox, ete.,
j MIXTURE ! = ‘ per itiacrary fur wall weeb. worigucs and " er of cap be got at short notice
e T.S.P.C.A, SM0 * >, . + St fos al! farther rofoimation apps at Ube rederii& and Quewn Streets, where be
Fo theion sald ae RB): > Cor Park and Chartatte Sta, Cenepmy 6 Ome Kat ARE Hopes to recetva bbe wenal patrumag: from .
Ze ne caged "Miinteke Fegeb weet to aot conan ee Pamocnsttiods Paoweriy ante Accth arhiy CoN ropa pnp oe af Spare Bo Phas dette = Hatin at 8 ts “e t But mM x
r Ieganigue BC (Mr Bold | Pt! douen t180 Om N NO, b Crsmirals aud Jollet begun it: We elt eps tinige te tie Lave i] A Vo hoe Dba ge preeialy overs fa bas fousieile ae tea 4 ue My ge tet oS Manage
6 Bose Quay, Oly. Bia Di nge, Onevery Dower tei a at bb date Li sth ayer dele peopl) came! Sytil dle dus, diy Moy Ldld Luge




Wt, Dubapuga &: «
ae Mei 443 precent Be. Joseph

(Ma. Mille) 140 peseal, Mey dun — bebe



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sry

A. DKOCILEH Jive

72 ape

ihe singer" be a Friend bn Need

Whenever there te quick sewing to be done, whensrrt sbeie fe something
to be mended 1a ¢ herry, & Binger SITY Liachine ena be retied spon to
do tt, and do & satisfectorZy.
These machines de not bresk dewa jest when they bre needed, iike ty
conaply consttecied, Job-lot, makeshift mechines sold by Cesiera
Slager Sewing Machines

tre ctrefetly mapufoctered asd honetly’ senembled by the most relishes
and teeponeible sewing machine marutectarers le the world They are
Buitt te lest a Lifetions, and te de all kinds of sewing, whetber Che quiche
emergency hind of delicate, intricate work, perfectly ond enally,

SINGER SEWING MACHINE COMPANY,

eet

SINGER SEWING MACHINE COMPARY

14 Frodeorick stroot

Port of-<’pain,
ranch Bhope'’at San Fersando; Sangre Grande and{Scarborough, Tobag .
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Weddiog Presents | 2am | Bvgegement Rings



Trinidad Government
Railways and

SOUTHERN STEAMER SERVICE.

Arrangements for for Emplre Day.
FRIDAY, 24th MAY, and

Whit Monday, 27tn Hay,

PASSENGER TRAINS.

On Em ire Day and Whit
Monday all the Ordinary and
focal Veck Day Passenger
Trains will run na usual.

All return ‘Tickets taken
between Friday, 24th May,
and Monday, 27th May, will
be available up to Tuesday,
the 28th May.

Workmen's Tickets will not
be issued cither on Empire
Day or Whit Monday,

COODS TRAINS.

No Goods Trains will bo
run on Empire Day or Whit
Monday, but all lines will be
rerved on Saturday May 25th,
and Tuesday, May 28th, when
the usual Goods Train Service
will be resumed.

SOUTHERN STEAMER SERVICE.

No change will be mate
in the itinerary of the 88.
Naparina and 8.8. Paria







Tho best Place in the West {odes fur Jewellery.

SOLID SILVER AND ELECTRO-PLATED WARES.]
Watches, Clocks, Optical Goods, &c.
~ d Jewel
Don a Mt eee alt SPH Nao yoo range oo be SR
ri tote an ing your purc.

66 MARINE SQUARE—(NEXT TO THE ICE HOUSE).

NEW GOODS RECEIVED DY EVERY MAIL

Diamond Ricgs | | Wedding Risgs.

ASK YOUR DEALER OR GROCER



——FOR—— during these holidays.
Acting General Manager.
. Port-of-Spain,
—AND— Int Muy, 1912.

Private Boarding House,

Vj Rs. SY! LVESTRE WILLIAMS

having secured the bealthy snd cou-
roodigus reetderce corner of Sackville acd
Elward Streete Ja preptred to accommo
date « timi ed number of Biarder?, Spes
efal attestion will ba giver to cbildsea
from the country atiending echool Terms
wuoderate--1st Mey.

ROYAL EXTRA’ STOUT

Brewed from tho Finest English Malt and Best
Bavarian rian Hops.




1912 Excursion to Europe.

Spoolal Reduction 0 of Ist Ist Glass Fares.



DENTISTRY
Di, H. W. LYNCH

OLD? Medalist aod Demonstrator of
Metarry Dental College, U.8.A,, 27
‘Frederic 8. la pranches of Up-t2-date
ENTISTRY atest on molere ria
spews at Fopalar priees—Paoaa 3¢ -

IGE HOUSE.

RETURN TICKET FROM TRINIDAD 'TO
SOUTHAMPTON 820,

avaiable by “NAGQDALENAS® leaving on 2ied JULY

Buuthampion and Cherbourg i. Magdalena” oa ae ravousie® from
turd 2 Ticket will under no circumstance be made available for ap

Sbertsresmarjthan that stated above, Foe all further particulars apply at ?





ThefRoyal Mall Steam*Packet Company's Office,



Pepeuary 26h 1 ABINE BQUARE, PORT-OFSPAIN dust Received,
Sa Ms RIS
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We CatBa POR WEDDINGS, AT At HOMgs PABTIES, PicaIcs, DaNcgs ” Butler”

Bestden| the followin (fshypucrage of amall Cakes, all from beet Engtieh Midgot Chooso.

ane, Buns aod warrant Buae, at 1d, & fd, cach,

cm Gain | S noe Cakes, Jam T Jem Poll, Currant Larte Cheddar Cheese
Re i packene eat a per, 8S P Orders ad Rice at Ld enc reult = Bpon Loroaul Roquefort do.
eiey, CALGA 3. BAU FI FRORIMUY STREET, or Phone E8768 Ge esee Devonshire Croam
ae

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A laxative for cbildres and females, pleasant to take, Uffice : 84, Frederick Street

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NBURANCES effec ad bo.
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Hal batt Sia s, Torry eos! A, OF ST

ST. CLAIR OVAL.

Empiro Day.
Q4qTH MAY 1912,

The » following ls the» provisional pro

. One, Bux Buren Rack-Open to
those who t who have never wonk pwise at
Crele Meeting. Eo
trance atest two ro rl fa Py reel.
Prises to the value ol id 02,

£ im Yanve Frat Race conn Entrance
ee 23,’ Irises to the ‘value of $4, $4

the value of Bi, $l and 8
4. One Mite Biorets Rack “pen En
trance Fre Za, Gl. Tine Lint 3puins
Prizon of the value of $10, 8) and 3,
5 Jawa ua -Ope n. Entrance Fee ts.
ew of the value of LY and 8
6 iar ¥ Mire Bicrcux Rack Open,
irance Fre 3s, 6d, Time Yin y nine.
Prigea of the value of $10, $3 and

1
7 oe Yarns Fear RAck—Opes. Tn
trance Fea is, td, Irizeaol the value

Stand $2.
now Mink Noyw Bre yok Race-40on
ditions s No.3). Entrance Fee fs,
Prizes of the value of §6, 84 and 82
9, {Tue Bovanga Five MILK icra
Race-Upen. Entrance Fee fal.
Tine Lhalt {8 ining.
snust have actual ly
‘one of the preceding Cycle events to
be eligible for this race, Ist Lrize-
A Chal eure Bllver Cup _ presented by
Ca, {to be won
twlee io eienion rk or three times
alo ether), Zand Priae of the valuo
fe. ize $3 Lap Erie a
w inners at lst Prize at each Mee
J et seg Fee 1
Yous Jour— trance Fee Is.
10, éd. Prises of 9 value of Sand
. 130 YarDes Homose F Race~-Upen, Ka
trance Fee ts, Prizes of Tbe value

yt
14 a ae Two>Mine Bicyerr
Race—Open. Eutrance Hee 23 Gi.

lime Lialt Grutos, | tet Ist priae. A
faleigh Bicycles presented by ‘the
Raletga Co, through their “ looal
nta, Messrs Smith Bros. & Cs.
ae prise of the valus of $3 3rd
rize
1% Oe, Yaros Feat Rack—Open, Ev
tra! Teoreiand oh Prizos of the vatue
of ao:
4. Tas Wiisoxs tp, THREE Mice
pe Race, —Opea, Time Lilt.
moins Competitors must have
ea raed in atleast twooft the
reced og Cycle events | to be eligible
for recede race. ist pri A
Hicycle presen! by Messrs, Wilsons
GST) Ltd. gad prize ott the valus
of Gk rd prize Sf ae rize BL.
1s, jee Juwp.— Ope Entrance Fee,
std. Lrises of the value of @ and

ui
16, Har Mite Foat Race.—Open, En
ate Fee 1s. Od, Prizes of the valuu
ol
i Tus Taweesian Swati Anus Co.
Ning Minx Bicrcte Rack. -~-Open
Entrance Fee, Zs. 6d. Tims Limit.
duimios, Ist pie. Achallenge Silver
Cup, presented by the B.S.A. Co.,
through their local Agents, ‘Mesara.
Wilsona Lid, (to be wou three
times altogether), Winners at each
mecting to receive a Gold Medal. znd
ize of thevaiu. of $10 3rd prize $3.
p prize $3

Members of the Q! QRu C will have «
discount of 25 percent onthe Entrance
Fee specified for the various events,

No third prize will be awarded unless
thers are at least elxbt competitors tu

ae cirice ill be received at the Saretary's
Office not later than dp.m.,on FRIDA

tte
A. 8. BOWEN,
Secretary,

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No totiig eS PAtePuy: r "Ake Notes sabe

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erek,

os (herold & Bawrerwa' Daskey is arg ot os i ye

seme | puntiy xe NOTIOK i beceby given thas Mey eae. ‘
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Agricultural Society, | ieenneeryacrezane
CONTINUED DISCUSSION ON






they bave done for

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GENERAL BUSINESS,

Ye ‘The (fecitlary announced the re
cetptof a letter frow Lloyd's Library ”

of Cineloatl, dated April dnd TMX | Sith ue Reet Cotaadin iho cen
alfeting lo excliange their three series even contined to the present, ut we

of publications for the “Proceatings"
of the Roclety. ae peu pace te look ahead so as not to be

Claims Vald ” £85 000,00) "

£40

TERTIUS WILSON,
Agent for Trinidad —Offoe 6 Chaéon Street

—— ot

ts Revenue . areduating annually aruounte to seve
Yromptand Liberal Settlements. ral thousand. The same thing will

ao



























A letter wae recelved from the Colo- 4
a — nial Secretary forwarding copy of crhat dunk we lt the. fabwee de"
despatch from the Secretary of Eiate | and of the secondar foul.






for the Colonies with refereace to the
Weet Indian Agricultural Conference
hetd here an january last with an
closure to tha secretary of State .
from the Impesial Comnsleaioner of ducement ne cle no fadlt
aRriculture for the West Indiewon the | wich the scheme for the theoretical
name subject, edacation outhned by the lmperial
meee and other documents were! pe; stinent of Agriculture, The ex
5 . . erolnation questions printed in‘ The
In the abwence of Mr W. G. Pree Agricultural News” tho time to time
man, the report on Datrict Ageicul | are bread enough to satisfy any rea
ture Societivs, prepared by him, wae] sonabte demands and a young man
heid over. waemng creditably oom the aubjects
, The Secretary read the repout of the laut Ean ought to be able to solve
Uxevutive Comusdttee of the soctety | the nore simple problems ons planta-
on the tecent Agricultural and Indus | tion or taenter an agricultural cul+
trial Exhibition, , . lage [Linon Uhing, however, to oud-
On the motion of Colonel Collens, | tine a schewe amd Te is quite another
seconded by Mr. Cleaver, the report | to catry il through. The success of

was adopted. .
AGHIGULTU Rib an andertaking always depends upon



tural school students? SA hat (eines
must they have? Whar positions
have we for them to fill? What in-

IF YOU REQUIRE
AN UMBRELLA
Go this week to

Vaughans.



















' roa y onentâ„¢ : i KBDUCATION,
. They have affine assortn: mt mat hed like all AGRICULTURAL BDUCATION. the man in charyeard our tual o-
[ their other Goods A Fredholm paper on “Agsicul: | problem is t+ get thestadent to feet






tural Education in Trinidad, Paet,
Present and Future.

PLAIN TALK.

thal manual labour is eunobliag and
not degrading To b him eathities
Asti aod bo keep him interested to
. such an extent that he will willingly
Professor I.E, Mendricksen who | perform any* practical plantation
wae unavoidably absent sent in the] work. Po get hin to understand that
follawwg contribution .—I am very | the highest: missin in bile fa nat to
mach jaterested in’ gricultural Falu | ait aetride a horse and swear at la
cation and IT read De. Fiedhoten’s | bourers bet rather ta get down Wo
paper the other day inorder that tf earth and show the Inborers how a
tnight be better prepared to discuss ft. | thingshontd be dune Purthermure
Dr. Fredholm, to begin with, speake} the ain of agriutiural edacation
of education for the agriculiurist of | sould be higher than that outhoed ia
Lo-day, that Je the man who is engaged [ the carttculuan We should aim to
in farming and past the stage when he | make leaders of p ayrest; if we can
can- go lo school, He says that this | getamanno futher than to follow
work appears to be well organised and Jin hu father’s. footstep-, we have
eMoently conducted by the Depart | farted,
tent of Agriculture and the Agricul Now whether Yhe sw heme eathned
tural Society, In criticiting that | by the Government and discussed by
ataleroent J wish it to be understood | Ue Fredholm te broad enough to meat
that Lappreciate the work being done | the demandeor nut, and whethee pro
but in judging feom what I know of | xision has been made fur capable
that kind of work, you arenotdoing [teachers or not, [ shall not have
as much as yon oughttodo. I[ ven- | time to diceure; but knowing the West
ture to eay thatif you expend five or }Judies as Tf do, will way that
wx times as much money on that | you have here much belter facilities
work you would e greater resulte| for an agrloultucal school, than
fiom tt than from any other publicex | anywheee | know of, andif you fail,
wditure That kind of work whir h you will largely bave youtsles to
in the United States called Farmera’ | blame, 1% ami sure thal with your
nstitute Wotk or University Kxten | late cavae plantations your large
sion Work, has proved of euch great | sock farme, and closely adjoloiug
value that both the Natloval Dena:t- | sugar plastations, you can give a
saent and the Individual Statesare | younguan such a itaining ae will
Jocreasing tbele appropriations for it | enable bien to fill respoomble posittuns
every year, Tt would be too lengthy | ead command a god salary.
to explain just how that work ts con Phe question of acuiley to ut





ATHLOWEST PRICES,

© fun Platn Figured,





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e
A) Gents Urabrellax, Hornor Partridge cane handles,
** Sterling Silver mounts, Silk Covers, $3.60.
Umbrella suitable for presents, 85.00 and $6.00,
, Other kinds, all best) quelity {English Goods—
. 81.80 to 83.00,
Spring Umbrellas—Nickel Handles, only 84e. .
* Ladies Umbrellas cb'Sunshales, from 48e. to $1.80.
Walking Sticks, Canes; Riding, Carriage and
bcs Buggy Whipy—Best values in town,





























Peeve eenareaene

18, FREDERICK ST.




























ducted there, but Imay point out its | agriculture le pot a tocal on 4
chief tdaracterlstion! colony fe probatdy nut ede a,
(It fe practical, that ie itdeals | present the to lake il oup as an
_— with the farmers’ Immediate pro- | individual problemand f should nit



bluos. (2) 16 fa inspiring, that leit | recommendthat we discisn tt in com
ives the farmer a broader siew of | ner tion with the other alsictly bal
fire dt Atte him tip above the erery | problems, for fear that we will le
day alrudgery wit Butt
dinatietet with bie work, (8) It
pays, -Lecause the knowledge galned
canbe conveited into dollara and |urea interested in higher apricultacal
ceule through the facrease in yleld of | education shoukl keep close in touch
wheat, colton, coro or apples, Now | with work of that nature. When
Lknow that the same can he done | sich aoollege is established in the
bere and ft will pay the colony Lo | West Indies, either: theongh qorean
engage tore good men for that wok [ inent or private etfort, Trinklad
Bait you are short ef money and
cannot affurd more men, start will | she was prepared to offer proper in
the jen you bare, let the men of the | ducement.
Department and Board of Agricul- There le vow @ propeily
ture take a week or a@ fortoight | college in Purta Hieo ; aad
of once in s while avd f°
among the farmers and reac: the | that both
pel of improved agriculture. Dolt ] United States are lovd:
now. The colony cannot afford to | opportunity by net establishing «
show’ the world another such dleplay | tropkcal department jn connection
ot vegetables and frulla as the one ab | with some first class cul!
{he lust agricultural Fale

‘Lhe nett question touched npon by
De Fiedholas te bigher sgitcultural




& making- bin Ftine aod get nothing done,

would strongly recomend

ADT ,GABINET MAKERS |

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leaet not aafar as the United Htates














Therefure,in discussiog that, we will

io pisns for sah a college Nu
naturally ack, what are the results.

matter where Wt isto be aud whe ie te






























fh SATURDAY BLAY 11 1912

‘ pen,
newn a
individual studente, and I hnow what

Ih rather, froaiy the feeent report he
tet aad rearty all those that rpere wee rae i “3 Toultern

the number

that the | the greatest respect fur His Kxcel-
government and all utber pasties who touer.

would | very auall scheme of agricultural edu-
stand & good chance of securing it if | cation then startled as
wpped | schuols fallowed. ‘Chey then advanced
Uwee le ¢
out | roow fur auother une here and 1 think | aa
@ great | of agricultural education at the ocul-
Ntate- | tate worked under the

mente to the effect that such education | culture which was rust valualle aud
can be obtalued now, are nut true. At | viultore by agsk ultural inspectors to

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FOR

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ACR . with wer t sation Conference, With Aart te that ae /
ICULTURAL EDUCA with the salaticn they troeived” amit | & he might aay it trae Ex Rocont Arrivala,
TION. do not blame {On for that becauesit fu y¥ prepared and he did ,
DIFFRRENT “FUNCTIONS ican sajuote ee sey Dan to pave wit ror We ae ene repre ier ‘7 , ‘
;, af edn, nl ona in minor irk
AGRIOULTURAL RUDIRS | they. Were actunily «Capable of | detaile which were made at the weet | 100 Firkins V.A. BUTTER .
EFINED, carla more or rot. that fearinthor meeting of eo coamitiee did pet spy, do.
— i eve were, t a it in the coy wae read A e .
: A GmtIMAt meeting of the Agricul. work evident did yl have tata | see Oenterenee NE tite warthen nee | 100° Tierees FAMILY BEEF—Matthows, tos
— FRESH SHIPMENT JUST ARRIVED —: Obarnoryeoleay afterncen el {nd eck here pret dealt ctahteney | Eetiete tt Due matted in pareicaice | 80k Barrels ilo, do.
« a 7 eal oi c ea e ‘
otfork Prewent were re hie Kae fn thenesinee OF Ciurwe some of whieh Ty. redo had ovtetooknd = io Doze STRAW BROOMS '
7 jovernor Sir G . em had a in hind of con a ee pe was Ver: —
FOR SALE BY iunte, (.ON.(.. presiding, Profeesc | Of the klwd. that makes, "a litte | slightly roentoned tn tbe report to thy 00 Cases 3 STAR BRANDY—Hennessy's
Le Per cms TE Kellen Me, | neta alted ae etiaiate | emer ane taken by the Ielceaies (1,000. Herecle POI ELANTS dog
. hmere Gu . a le Tha tia. | Were 0. en e ion 4 {EVER .
EUGEN E BOISS [E RE & Co Breit. Dee Osh. er ees a ee cen arith witches initia, | rove, te og taken by the, Keluostion 1,000 Barrele PORTLAND CEMENT 0.K.
J a Nertini, Hey tl. Morton, Mesara If, man an forge & head anyway. the Faiacation Departinent hag it 250 ” \ de. do, Gillingham
. je Sturaay, Norma on Nevecthetlews ats net thely th le two p these sleter tt at : 4
er, J Lek fol, i lackey ‘seay, students fault that be tuakee ty bet imecia of the Cvernment nervice to 1,000 Boxes CAN DLES—All sizos—Royal anc Eureka)
Feod, F. J Morris, James’ Arbuckle, | ter progress, (t is the faylt of the | instruct and train primary school 50 » CHEESE - Unadella ‘
ee = =z Mh Rankin, 2. Edwin Le, ge AL De aRtteultural conditions in the Woet | teachers in the elemente of agiteul- 30 a 1
Carr, FL J. Le Blanc, 4. G Porteous, | Indies, The squiculturel community | tural chemistey, All studente who wn ” ” ouda .
PELOHNI== Hades Clarke, IMAC: Mylealls | Ptatitte Taemicuiurs aie We te | audibaddtdes, many puptl teachers | ve tes CHOCOLATE—Menler
= clits jarke, . _ Fr . ecien A alttie pays, ¥ ao in tion, man: us | ere . aA S,
° io Keans, (BR. Gilkes, 2, L Gupyy. k, waking op ait things il eha 9% m ceceived inateraction ald 4 Latoratoey 10 ‘Tanks ASSTD. CONFECTIONERY
W. Urich, A. FE, Collens, H, Caracetolo { the nert halfa darn years; but in the | from the expert officers of the De- 100 Bags Venezuelan COFFEE
(snr.}. 1, Caraccioto (ur), J. Melnroy, fast tae majority of the planters | partmentol Ageteulcure Then in she b oa , . sf att
7 Brown, J, A. Lompress, L. 0 Tanien, | Have not realized the value of well | schools Lhumesives an alitempt was OO ” YELLOW DHOLL e oe 4
D, Olivierl. Carlos Salazar, N. FL Cirae | tralaed men Pts in nots oridciem, | made at practioal agetoulture, It was 100 GREEN do :
F 29 . 5 ham and De. A. Fredholm: with Mr, | [t 4s twerety stating a well known fant. | just tdening in a humble was, ” that. ee
a Edgar Tipp, Secretary, which lows nothing b being com ibe third ate) jaa the Hducation 50 ” RED do, .
7 mioutes of 1 wit fathonap t! Jepartinent had adopt was the vs. oy a . '
oY Lonbpon, wate, fuinutes of the last meeting [een Paw stant in Denmat coun tals inet of Ha shows, ‘and he Lae Pores DIDS —Heachis
ik a : . = e demand was a Hmited f. thought thow had done almust more ya ‘ s
F csxrublishod 41782. ~ M NEW MEMBERS agricultural caluales Lwenty eats thunanything rhe, wo far ae the 300 & iH ie fl Va : Brands
: —-so 5. osorea, J.C. Nrunode ai fequica, J, | ago. bat today. omay fttone are | populariong Of practical agriculture ” at m do, g arias rar
NBURANCES cffoctod against: Loss’ by Firo on every deseription of weir olecied to tnetbership inthe Rae arned ait utenti graduates Samy * a he the Coppola r aie 1,500 No.2 Extra do. ,
i i . i” wened aut abo t cuuntry aud in the ec ons a - ° .
Property, including Derricks, Buildings and Eogines‘un Uildelds | Society. | ant the secondary agricaltusal echacts | aa tt wau naw” Kven there, boworer: 25 Cases Nu, 1 GHEE—Ss. 2
Soa the most favourable terms. ANIKNT MEMBERS, teveral times that amount aince the | they had not gone far snoagh. 15 do. —tfx
cr The Secretary excueat the almence | year 1M"! tithe United Statesthere [for the same reason = that “Kay”? vy ‘
The SHOENIX f«one of the oldest ant wealthiest Ofloes jn exitence| of Dr. Morton, Vire Preeident, | were almost no demand for agtical [there was no agricultural _ ool. 100 s Key” GIN-ILz. os
god bea Branchesand Agencies throughout the world, Mesers, Henry Warner, Ieceesar, | tural gradi@ica twenty yours ago, but [Inge in Trinmded towday. Thoy 50 © OW Tom” GIN—12
4 anoaccumnlated funds exceed £11,000,000 oterhing. Gobin and others. today the seprly fe nearly equal [had po money, If javetemd of five * -
ac demand, a ough

300 * Royal Club” do. =15.

Bales HAY . .
Crates PIC-NIC HAMS
Tierees LARD COMPOUND

showsa year as now held they coukl
have twelve or twenty eo that every

vod sized village would have ite own
Retle show where—tld children of
different schouls could uivet he thought
It would do very much wore to atime

300
25

100

late thous in ‘agricultural work and 50-2 Barrels do,
lo produce those vegetables which wo ¢ I
were ev touch tesded in Trinidad and anes to.

which were so avarce, But, of course,
mane was the agreeing iutbe maw with Der, Pred
hulare views, the only question he
doubted was yhether” Triaidad was
lig enough to itave its own college. If
they could bring about the federation
8 Weme of Une West Indiew, then there

100) Bags MOLASSINE
1,000 Cases CONDENSED MILK —Nestld aod
1,000 Bags CANA DELS OATS
100020 ,, ARGENTINE do.

30° Cases OLEOMARGERINE —"Croxcent.”

Milk Maid

nude be one rere agercuttocal | 1,000 Bashets Plagniol Ol
4 eges in Ne es! velit, Fr 1 "
ORBLE FOI PATROL AY. 1o00 4, de Powel do .
ie, illces said, leaxneed with os ery 2,000 Cases KIEROSINE do. —150 >, .
carl . e . a . - “
nod he said bo from 24 yearw experi- 1,000 Haug OILMEAL
euce ae land surveyae all over tbe | 200) Bales French WRAPPING PAPER
caluny What) was wanted here was 130 a .
tot moe money “gut ware knowledge, an } ” I Ferman do, do, -
but at was s wider epizitof fairpla sg] .
ant honest dealing with those rd 10 ’ arre 4 ( LEAI PORK . ~
deserved pr leer that they, should win 250 'Tierces PIGS TALLS * .
em. Take the cave 0 rt te 25
who wae now an agricultmal ifstauc- = Bartels ' lo.
tor. Aa a teu het air. Heart had 24 "Tierces SMALE RIBS
ait successes ut agricultural work, as ory, ,
nuw. that he wan ‘and ahwadof the | 70 | Barrels . cto, .
ew hens he reertvesl @ weee eee then 25 » SPARE RIEBS
that fx as the iminium for t - . * ATA
tun: rein England. They had oue or a ” Asorted PORK STUFES .
paitone, Une interme inthe ones | gst Base Black PEPPER
ition, ny ol a the other - 1. veeue au
iy that tas chief told hin not vo 160) Boxes FANCY PIPES

tach boys oo much aml tao high a€ 7G, 000

they wanted men ta be agetcaltatists

and nothing mae People of the 500 Demerara do.
300° 4, Siam do

colony weresyinie capable aod walhug.

ae u at - + e
iaur Winat ey wanted wae auople a ,uncheons RUM - Providence, Caron}, U.S.M
aetice and reward. They sal there 19) Barrels PICKLED SALMON ,

f practical affairs and com- : hy ot .
iutactie, aud ie wae atmund two say | 300° Cases Tinned SALMON —Full Red, Red and Pink.
Una there wae ng toma for an agit 120,000,2 Bags PINE SALT”
be given rexandiegs of clase, colour or 150) Cases SARDINES
Giastisfaction frou tbe way in woiet 100 Bass STOCK FEED ;

2 asks —T,
25 Cases do. . Bull Dog.
. Bags No.1, 2,3, and 4 SUGAR.
$ Barrels CRUSITED do.
3,000 Boxes BM. SOAP—Axsorted —“Angel,”

Bage NAGRA RICK

these thinga were done, About two
yeare ago Mr, Carruthers who wasin
charge of the Butanlc Gardens em-
ployed tren © destroy the plants
there, saying he had come here to da
rubbet-plant ng As areeult, he (the
speaker) who bad, he believed, one of
the largest: ganrlene here, inetead of

ing 9) and 3) conte per plant as 20 Cases RICHMOND MIXTURE ‘ ‘
Pele etouitng, bey wanted the | 220 Bailes ASSO :
Goverment tg are etenligtong 60 Causes BLACK 'TEA —Each 50]bs,
oe ae eer e eres ee 25 GREEN do, - do.
for echool teachers, and f 1 2 4 ,
siooed oflcers fol as uiey hed | 40/2 Casky CLARET ~“Chateau laVine"
Uflvers abould prise au exdiiustion, 30/2, MISTELLA Flag :
Were thuee now employed fit for 30,2. ,,. ALICANTE do.

holding Chu posittous ‘bey did? Cane-
te oe give the Jiele the weth of
» osiatcuett that Lee poople were
wus agriculturiete Auuther thing he
noticed with the Government wae Chal
tbe biger the clrele of executiun, the
juore Iintgl became the rauge of ob»
eervaliuas OF pabdle oplolon Heh

400 Cascs WHISKY—Vartous Bratids, ~AND
150 Barrela WHITBREAD'S STOUT.

LUMBER OF ALL KINDS AND SIZES,

We are momently expecting the Barque “ Davison” with
500,000 ft. Py TCH PINE LUMBER from Florida.

— FOR SALE BY —

GEO. R. ALSTON & CO.

eo cee eee ee

H. STRONG.

but the work of such ue like
Professor Carmody should be checked.
DEPARTMENT OF AGHICULTURE,

Vrofewor Carmody sakd, frou the
tune he came to the colony 2 yeas
age he hed been connected with the

known ad the
Hoon after thetrathing

cadet system.
« pils in elementary

of Wat bers and

ily aud inexpengively (which was
important = thi with pew
scheuwe) valtl they had got a dcheme





leges, After that they had practical
education iu cennectlun with an os
gr





of extates In Je







education. In ‘discussing that quee | iweoncerned Thervie put a collage | nuary nee were offered fur yuod
8 tion we may profitably keep the pre- | there property equipped for teach Chetan, cullvetiony and the rveult of st ;
“ERM ANTLES ~ 83. G0 & $4.00 re or shorter course apart from | tropical age tcultuce, and T doubt that | the/first-years competition was most -
OVER aA. DOLE 3c anid GUC Be colle courer. jhe levies. we there igone in “reat Beitayn, Let iu Keratif wn, Bnd wrery one spoke a8 Quer must varied stock
’ y fo s—-30C , ow about in Yow eu eather and iwye the mevessit: lacuely Dig! wi che tea rH
j WAN'T si pote but the former has Ween aad ia § for Seal goad college for trapicel w thateunuection: Uf the Hoard oon of Stein enabled us to
Lan belong teied in (be verlous islaads. jagrculture, let ashelp lo work oul | dined the really yood work that it sapoply the nroxt fistiduous



had began, it woul

be of great value
te the culyuy

He was but une of muidcians fanciful require-










The went who expended the | buihd it, it will be uf help to us | thoe who rau dow ntery. His
money bana et ar ask ad to'n [FR oe cation pie permet plauler wes | that ‘jood ae ony mete
a teleg agriculture u ‘ “aTH ° . ¥ enter Ww just on ~ :
is cents and 1 dollar. higher standart? es the mote: @3- | Colonel Collens cad, as one of those Visnter ia any dS pert of the te. Violine, Quatros, Guitars, 4
r panded | oat het did | ketheught be sight be Frrvcsie ma 9 pa eee beet A eres eden Maralolines, Flutes Vio-
Or revenue thou, ie 1 ‘o vance : *
, Japan ‘Top Ta D1esy | ie five coclally' Did it help to rales | ay a wid oriwe with regard tn, the | enall pruprisiore wed shown Meo colus, Clarionets, Triangles,
p / | the oendard of jivleg, tea, jo the paper that De Fredbuls yews them | wives, in a very few mouths, willing -
3 ’ tuorals, ete. etc | On bend At leat meeting Time ond again the | jw do ali that was pecemery for the 1k
we und $3 00, Lee young man hese right to ask w pubfer§ bad bere hat seful cultivation of Ubelr Is.
- AG Golgetout of RP If 1 otudy diB- | pnd scheuses which Fie Hoard bad taken up ibe whole of IMMENSE VARIETY,
wale = SL . 35 From | #2 and paca'all the jeations { were rejected fur various reseuas. Tt the Arius district lp one your then ,
eatin 5 oe BAMBOO JARDINTERES, oan | get « position that wil perme was a very good thing & @ wa: | Larned ty the Oaroad this pear
a acetyl P/ _. ‘ a1 0 to $7.00. better thas If { bad not led, or | parative new comer . Fredhols Diego Martin and Moruge would — RASS
, g BL. te oi. os much, should have brought up the subject | fullow lu & of years ther
A DOLS ance wure for, a6 indicat: thease | hoped UW extend opesations e
, N TO P STEP W gee ‘ was wiuhto be done yet. » Bred: | uver the culuoy. Ju evansstion with
bolus referred to wees keeu | higher agriculture) edwation, thels
eS asyperd Oo he A Oud ibe | (isos at the Iabucsiag © abs
m DE of Agric oe He { ‘ dents foonm He twoe 1% on ; bad ’ °
« qj nas afreld widd ov n very istde since the:
5 With bin ig everything bel waited. iewan valy iu tbe iret zeurt = |
THE A ROA ss “cee esky |

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WE DO NOT ASK YOU

To heep your eyes on us but we do ask you to
compare Prices for Prices and you will realize
that we aro really The Pioneers for Cheap Prices.
What we do give is the very article for leas money.

THAT IS OUR MISSION,

ee
GENTS ATTRACTIVE TIES—in all the Leading
Bhadee—from B0c,







RMBROIDERIES from 2 cents to lS cents pee Yard,
RLLOVER In Coubsie and Mudincctods 18 ccute | S880 TAVHED at 8 shillings & 6 shiliinge per yard
3 a nt ce ie
to centeperyard, 46 lo, White CRICKETING SHIGE at 6s, 70.881
4 rer y
A full assortment: of PIVER'S NOTED LOTIONS. Special Prices to

Wholesale Buyers.

WATERMAN SELLS EVERYTHING.







show. atany rate, that thie cane was
certainty one which ought to have
ciotinved among those that found
favour in the eyes of the planters
spplaure

‘ We. Murray sald they all recogaised
that they vould grow the Bourbon
where ‘they would. + While the
figures were fateresting, the cane
conld pot be got to. grow alwaye.
When plinters realised “that the

could not grow canes at $3 per ton, it
was bet erto gire u suger want:
facture altogether. They could not
inanage with the Bourbon,

LOOAL AGHICULTURAL ACTIVI-

Mr Laila moved.“ Thatin view of
theexistemoin Trinidad of three
distinct agricultural bodies, maiu-
tained move or less from the rereoue

or eo that one of the students of the aan school wanaver and an observer of
college obtained disioction iy age: ul people he thought, quietly and sslent-
tural ecience, Te dothatonehadtobace ly. teat pesaaut peopriet ors were
a fairiy}good kaowledge of botany, che waking upto these modern ideas tnd
mistrye estomology, plant disases Ubatit was simply useless to hurry
and a few other things of that kiad,-- Uhem tou Fast,
avery wide course indeeal, Thieyear Hle Eecollency sekl he was pace
the pumber of students who hadgein- they were all very tatch ubligal to
ed that distinction was four. He De, Fretholin for having given them
thought they were progress ng fairly that very excellent paper and afforded
rapidly in this coonretion. Those were the Society an opportunity of discuss
the only students iu the Weet indies, ing they wation avd listening to the
who took up agricultural sence oan various siews expreseed thereon He
Yar acthe erection of an agiicnlaial , did not know whether any con rete
ccllege was concerned that had been | resolution could be fe
talked of eversiove bd came to tne De, Fredhotm: [think we night
colony, sod he wacsure thatif they | make a atep further if q committee
had erected a magnificent building at WERT, Ahpointed to loon inte the
uot meus cost there would be nobody | ita!

Professor Carmody: There

& gointo it, Probably the number of
slupente likely to go in for it wae! already a conmmictee on age iltural

limited. Very few were able to get , education, . of the colony, and evidently operation
em meat until they were akttied | Col Collene anggested tha when | independ-ntly of each other, it te
work: Ifa young man knew howto the conunittee feued its foal report | dewrabse in the totevest af the public

that the exact woking of each body
be fully defined together with a
statement of the revp-clive end each
ia mended to wre

The motion, he said, was simply
brought for information on the eub-
ject, He, among others, hat been fre-
quently asked by several gentlemen
asto the exact sworkiny of the agii-
cultural bodies in the colony and the
object which each was iotended to
eeive, They had not been able to
answee the que stlous because they did
not know niuch about the working of
these bodies thenueelves. They felt
the need of some joformation cn the

Manage &: ovodvatate he might gtem | the matter could thea be considered
ploytaent, other wlee the college would | again
only ba oepable, Without haviog pra Phie suggestion was approved

. tralning attached, te turn out .
Ubeoretical inen. That wort of ching | opp, HIRD DESTRUCTION.
shectedited education attogethe: What representations shiuted he made to the

was really wauted, was prwctic al each ! Government with regard to the indis-

ing on Srrtles Leaching men how ta leriminate destraction of biuds in the
w colony by means of air quae.

when he wae able ta du that he would
wet enployment. and when he auceecd Alice mons discussion, Une necting
ed they woukl fiad other students | agreed.

KING GP THE Wools:

coming inand ansious to get their
Me Care read an insteuctite paper

share at reward, If the estates
wou! ve e nent z
8 inployinent. ta men who on the King of the Woods — Yam tue

the Goretnment tratued. that «heine

woull be the most succeesfal over | Sahamenaa in its relation to cocoa ft subject and they approached men who
stated in the enlony (appbaiene) He frat evbitiued a preservet epeci [they thought would be in 4 position
an EAPhaN ON menof the bbed and othet kinds for | to explain to theny so that they might

which it is sour tunes mlataken., The
bind, he walt was cnatged with feeding
upon the young cocos pode From his
renearcbes cn ate hfe history and
habie be f und that it ty more inse pf dent, hawever, he got huld ofa paper
verous th inf altlvornie, tuwhlich he found aa extract from a
His Krvellenvy wait that Mr Carr's oly [ speech of the late Governor, Sie Hen
servations were contirawed by Mi. Noore Jackson fin December 1907,
A bogus, an expect, wha lenusw collect. | After reading the speech they were
ing, herve, . etl! in the sume predicament that
THE BOURDON. they were in at the outset. ‘Ehe paper,
Mi Lamont gave same interes!ing | haweser, gave them some idea of the
statiathes of (he Bonrbon cane cope ou | original intention that was planned
afew tleids furl 2 Afver reading the | by Guvernor Jackson From the paper
retinn, the epeater said. no one | it was clear that there was a distinct
would contend that this baifidea in How Excelluncy’s mlod that
heen a very favourable season | the agricultural bodies then exlatio
for growing canes, whether Bour- fia the colouy should — be unified,
bon or other, varieties, but.these | In those days there were only the
were not fm welected flulda lo any | ‘gricuitural Suciety and the Botaale
way. In ~ubuitting those Hgures for | Departinent The Iatver, it would ap-
the infornis ton of the society, be did | pear, was looked upon as more or less
notintehd wvteke sides as to the | obuclete tachinery and largely needed
meriteef the Bourbon aod the Seed: | reformation. The odginal *Botaole
lings, which wae latgely * fiestion Department sar abelis! wt and ft was
of aol, CHimate or perham ethl more, | dechled tare-clidaten it the a
Mae a thing to look forward to bete in | of thu pusbod of growth at which the, meat of Vailoulture. One hinge was
thenexto yeais perhape Speallog | canes were cut. These gures went wA very notloeable in the speech and that

A a SO TSS oS A=

BIG
CHEAP

eiltisfy their filends Bat wherever
they went for information they found
they were in the same position as
themeelves By soine pleasant acci

Dr, Predholw adidshe did not mean
the agricultural callege tobe an aca
deuic iaslitution, but one, as tu other
parte of the world, where practical
iysining must be tts paramount object,
He thought ean average that about
twothlrde of the pupile time was
spent ip practical Gainiag ip modern
agticultuial oofleges,

, NOT TOO FASE,

Rev. IL. HL. Morton sald, the progress
that had been made iy agricaliatal
education in Trlaidad through all de-
pattinents, eepecially in schools, was
astontehicg, Butthevy must remetm-
Uerthattbey coukl nut go tao fart.
The asant proprietors were not
teady for great ecbenies, Little by
littie the people were being educated
Takethe simple matter of manuring
Qaly vow had cane-farmere awakencd
to the value of pen manure He knw
bimeelf wha an agiiculbural college
costain Canada and the upkeep of ali
theeschemes they wentin for ‘That





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wee Astempt ta hate
tiontes e facts partent
apd tbe eulyaral Evclty, ~the Bo

et to Here the power a suggesting
thre appointment of oflicere of the
other Gedy. The more he read that

per the more it etruck hint that the
ate Goverdor intended that the rye
Uonship which existed betwee the
Boant of Baucatloa and the Kducation
Departmeat shoukl be the same as
between the Agricultural Society and
the De menstof Agiiuiture. But
@ original fntention was not
tarriéd out and, Instead of two dis-
tnct. departments harmonteed, they
had gpparently Ubree distinct bodles
in the colony operating separately,
and thie had naturally lod to some
misconception. Songthoughtthatibree
agricultural bodies" were too man
for a emall colony hee Trinkdad.
Ifthe. motion were adopted, the infor
mation given would be of much ad-
vantage to those who were labourin
under a mieconception and it woul
exactly outline ‘the working of ell of
these ies, 90 that each would not
vonecessarily trespase on the province
of the other, that there would be «
clorer relationship between them and
more harmony would exist in egricul-
tural- matters, He Legged to move
the resolution.

Mr Carr seconded for the purpose of
discussion,

Colonel Collens sald, they might sa,
what were the powers of the Agrivul-
tural, Society, t he did not think
they could say what were the powers
of the otber bodies,

DIRECTOR OF AGRICULTURE

EX*L ANS,

Professor Carmody said, if he might
bs permitted to assist Mr. Lalla ont of
his confusion as to the functions of
these’ separate agricultura! bodies,
he would do eo shortly then and an-
ewer any questivns put to him sfter-
wards. Mr. Lalla was wrong ia the
statement that the Botanic Station
had been changed into the Depart-
ment of Agriculture. The Botanic
Station was now only a section of the
Department of Agricultyre which was
constituted of aeveral other depart-
ments, including the Labozatory, the
Biock Farms and the Hiver estate
since the amalgamation. Agricul-
tural work had gradually developed
uotiL¢he ime when the late Governor
formed the Agricultural Departinent
with the existing Institutions that bad
been dealing with agricultural matters
bef. re, Ia the next place, speaking of
tee Agticultural Society, the speaker
had been a membersince hé can to
the colony and in ite present state it
served a useful purpose fn the discus-
sion of subjects generally, It had
a nominal fee for the ptivilege
of membership- [t corresponded
with what were called tlaoter's
Associations, Wheo {it was formed
some years ago under an ordinance by
the late Sir Heney Jackson, the affairs
ofthe, Society were transacted by a
committee and sub-committees were
fortned to deal with sugar cocoa and
other branches of agriculture. It had
departed from that practice lu the
year or twoand,so far as he knew,
the committee rarely met, but the
sub comuitees wet aud transacted
business, The ordinary monthly meet-
ings of the Soclety were the general

members, Now, the Agricultural
Soclety received from the Government
agrantof Ci which wae afterwards
increas] to £01k, The object at the
time was that the working con:mittees
of the. Agricultural Suciety would
carry out its purpove in agriculture, —
not merely the power of discuming
| agricultural matters, but alsu to carry
out experiments started with seedling
canes, But those esperiinents were
never carsied to any definite conclusion
and that part of the work fell through,
It was felt, however, that the needs of
agriculture in the colon
tather pressing {in that direction;
and, asthe Agricultural Society had no
expert officers fo carry out experi-
periments, it was Thought tha best
thing to have the Department of









ons aaiong people on the subject,






ment,

But the
where to flud
If the Government sugge:
the kuey what that meant
u

they were baw:

vor bad
even waut cf syn
agricultural bodies bere,




















A





ef

weie distinct enough.

of the year.

waa

of Agticuiture,

the advance of
colony,

under the rules,

THLE GOVERNOR'S
His Excellency said,

know that the

Director bad given

Loo:
waut of haymony.

between thea. The

as sou please”

not hiampered = b any ted-ta

rules Since he Tad Bees neve
aud had been attending their
meetings be could the Agii-

mad
cul ual Soctety was condu
het harwony with other de
ofthe Goueinment.
wets alse executive officers of the
other bodie, and be was glad to see
that chey wele ducreatia F

representing every pomible interest In
Ue colony. ‘J he discuslons of the Buele:
ty were of greabuse to the Govern
Of courne, the Government
was not able tu adopt every suggestion
did not te

Society
eo

experimental work
carried out undecthe dhection of the
Government, The Board waa working
in conjunction with the Department
So far ashe saw, the
end they were Intended lo serve was
agriculture in the
It was true they acted Inde-
pendently, but, as far as he knew, there
ws no friction between them, The A,
iicultural Society dealt wi.b agricul
ture from apractical point of view.

‘lhe secretary pointed out that the
were | committee decided that there should
be general monthly meetings in fur
ture, and that they had power to do

*
REMARKS.
he did not
could give Nr, Lalla
any further information than the
The three
agricultural bodies were distinet and,
atthe sanie time, he was glad
they ‘worked tugetkeR He, the
ercepticn to the reference to
He washot aware
of any ill-feeting or want of harmony
Agricultural
Department was really executive and
administered the votes passed in
the ansaal estimates, The Board of
Agriculture was a most useful llok
between the planting community and
the purcly executive department. The
Agticultural Soclety was, what he
uiight call, the most popular and “go
was

them.

Mem

one:



and

t Dumbers

MOTION DROPPED,

Mr. Laie

ught up I Street ia the Town of

tatter aAsthere were mivcon:

Tea Dress Talk,

CULtiva CE the habit of buying your Dresses from MAILivnps, Mra Jones,
and you'll be sure to get more wear out of them fur the money

‘ xpent than you could possibly get if you were to buy them [at any other store.

> AILLARD'S values are good.

The Latest and Most Chic in Dress Stuffs}

ARTSILK FANOY VOILES~—0 ins, widein Grey—the yard. ws

GQUEY VOILES whh Sik Stel

MAIRQQHISE CCE —La Bleck and Bare t

FANUY VUILEI—Ia Reseda, Champagae, Silvec Urey, Piakand BU ack, ia striped deg is—

Very fetching,=the yard . .

BALL SILK FRINJES ~ Ia populer
shades, per yar

SILK FRINGHS—In white, black, helio
Pink, sky & cream, at 2ic, 3 & 3,

tar~ We Still have some more of our 48 Cen BARGAIN HATS, Ht

Oue Price Only. | Value Nowhere :Like Maillard's,







Agriculture carry them out and an

Hulent staff of officers assisted by
the Hoard of Agriculture was given.
The Hoard began aa an advleory body
tothe Department oud to administer
last 1 Yhe funds which they recelyed under
special tarcs on produce from the
planters. The functions of the Board
The official
body, which was the Department,
carried out certain work
ancetings which wyre open to all the | money was provided on the estimates
A gteat deal of that work
an was

or which

tosay,
nefore,

jeted In per-
rtmenta
re of it

laughter
y ughter),
xed taxation,
GauyAler),
at gery slagle trem mendstion of —
at Agsicultur: ¥ was carefull
seine aret pode was carefully PUBLIC KOTICE is hereby given ihet
they were not able tocarry {ft out in
the way they would like it was becausa
pered by want of funds,
He did vot think theré shonld be any
eoufusion jn the tulade of the public,
be hesrd ofaoy friction or
thy between the

waiver ate he borer meant te
ere Whe an ction
waatof harmony, but he bro 1

lke & 183.

eat three iouds by ibe same were or les
chews te the glean drawn ouibe Usitit
sate of Tile in Volome CXL, fits 407,
eat Loanded om the N.ith pactiy epou
wud of Buckels:
Hastitajsa on the South
Peoniah on the Kost party oy ard o
Heddoo and partly upoo laud cf Jbumou
sed onthe Wess

BALE FOR FRIDAY THE let DAY
valay, iv12

the ‘Conreyauclog aod La
veyanciog woot Meopert:

Ordiasace Nawber 74 aud covtalud oe
auolied few certale deed of Muttysze
teuletered as No, 3543 of 1007) und made

the owe part and Mond Isabel Warser of
© ber part, there will berutuap fir sale by
Pubio Auction by the andesigued at

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membete to the fact that tires were

threatening them all over the country; N otice.

theizforeste were being awept away, | SALE F Olt FRIDAY aue diet Dat
‘

their’ valuable plante consumed and

there was noone authorized o1 be- VBLIC NOTICE ts bareby pinata






half of the Government tu organize
ange for the coutrol or cLeck of these | 1 Ha exercise ul Lie Bestetary freed
thee : Coaveysica aid Lawl Paty
fia Exceileacy sald, be was under pave, Nv. ‘ud cuotained ee

the impression that the wardens aod

irate kt



thelr ward officers. bad been doing |] 124 (tet) Alcauteiuum ot i va
Namber vv, de ed tbe tweety and a
tee best, He would, hawever, in- 3 aly 1a the year 19Ll, wae i
* Og aicellio Lit guches by laveur
ne reg Glatke sald. that was the first Allred L iene
After Mr, Mills had given ef notice of te ud wate by 2 aug Me 1
ersyved at bur Anuws Mat, ie a
motion, the meeting adjourned. Sn Cinene bureet, in we Towaet ‘i
= = = J of-Spsin on Kridvy tue tbr yore &
ST. JOSEPH HARVEST May 1112, between the bvare of aot x
, lwe pat “a .

* All uv 6 two several pirocs ot peg
ef tna aud Cucvs Plabreucot im : P
the Ward of Turure ww pre led BB
Criotdad, the Fust tbenut oa 5
Cwenty-tour acts, inree 10 als and ERS
six perchos ov (ue sewe wore a gre
dwested aad deacriod ia the gle 8"
did {raw nttacoed 10 Sue ews vraee
Vicente (5 aslee registred 8 you
CLUL, tule 457, mud apetieg 7
BpOstbe Lesial Reuge Heaorry Set Ry
Upon 4 lives seootred bay mas BBA

FESTIVAL.

A Harvest Festive! willbe beld at
the New Eilgoa School, St. Joseph,
00 tomorrow, Mundey the J2¢h inst.
Deeakfast at 11.90 a.m,
Local trala Jeaves Port of Spain for
St. Joesph at 0.0) a.m.
AMcHlugh's string Hand will be in
atiendance during the day.
A hearty welcome for all.

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THINIDAD, Het Opuu isdde cow of lady a
TALE TOR, BESRRAY TUE 197 | Gry "Liovee heey none tg IRE
DAY OF JUNE, i912, {ot by, Laurence sew O00 ee Be

Sow or latey o: the Crows,

Aud tne Baoond there eoatsag dt
ectes be (he vate mure lee team 2
and cexr.bed iu ‘be La
tached to iue Crowe

law p

tabs te. By
Many segirerca ta Velene F
283 aud aiutuivg Nora epee soe oe
thaoge Ht eerve, Suach vpas 6 *

pustio NOTICE 4s hereby given tha:
; wi oblate of tbs Bower ut Bale con-
ez ou Slurtyagees by sBVeyR Clu;

aod Law of Picper'y Ocdinsnce Te, com
tatoed jas certain Memorandum ot Mort
gewe No, 12) dated the 23d Alec jUUE,,
irveg Mirosing to Nerloe Mebara}, (bere

wh Gs Op for sale by the ondas'yned 3 * fi
th bis Atvetion. Alatt, No Ws, Lieriis | oetted Sony uve wuss ben net a TS
Prumesede inthe Towa of Haa ¥erpendy | Petiioucd for oy Viecna Gareeg Bag
04 “Tamdsy ibe lie dey of Jace Juz, | Vers wpoa tasde oes
between the houre of aod 2p,w, Crowo, taaider wit ee tt
All that parcel of laud st uste io the | Here Lelougiog, weds saa
W cd ot Houh Neparioe West fa the | eworenuuy uF Pinas an
Tetand of Trinided, quapr elog Fuucace, | U4 te) uti dey ob Avail Bee >?

mn 1930, aur mace vy the

1ny Bicp.cores i¢ tervus A Bee

Werren acd Kdwad dvepa 8 s-_

scouring 4° to heat oti 3

Hee buudios d sitace ond bavenest & oe} '
Dated se teats ony of Mop OD

yesrot vars ofa, viz

F. J, SCoT? & 808

bad pee Uy feu a
y ind ot

by anda cf Marsibej iv,



Doted phis ih da as . elt UO reruuted au
— Avcuioverr, eer
Notico.

A GREAT BATTLE

Thousands of Victims Rested
to Life. 4 a

| DUES: the last (hive mouths 6 i
Dien ide been biseding &

IC is tie easiest dye to tied 8
Iteelf, oniy water bvlag
real ifgbt ix w redve with 6
The prowure fa this Ge;

80 Creat tat (he uyelag oatiery |
enuirely and had ty Ge rule
pallor» out uf fn had to be repiacel
jargea oles tu met re
anununlte sas thas Chenkadl,
Other Layee beniss were Gee
Oxhaunien causing mou Dasteey
deisy Bul ve an BOW jot ton

salay,

fa exercise of the Btatuiory Lower

(a Mortgages by
y

ae




oa .

a0

tha wwentioth day of Augasd 1007

a
. se

weea James Allert Cambterba'ch of

4
re

Le

Acton Mar, No. 12,8. Vincent

tuk

Port of-Spaia on
day of Mey 1912,

Now that the niatter bad teen ez: 000 aad two pm, BUPA ION Oy every una! from ap
ined, be did not think there would years sabi ded ot Lousy dated'tte Santina eat rye nae ~
soy Joubs ia the minda of the | iweat tb day of Augusd 1007 (regiavered | Vont setay in sending te hee ‘om
People as No, SoZof JUU2) of and ia all ches | iret to tie sattie eld OU ye BB V4
wotion was allowed to drop. eco Or toed land oituste at Ci George suvet Wure bn OA a B)
AGRICULTURAL FIRES, Wage, Bangre Graude fo the Ward of | {arther uss of another wae oe ¥:
Owing w the letences of the hour, | Twae ta ine Iatand of Tit Wea. fT tiou aoe ia progices May 10-| ih
poaskleration of the following motion | haviag a froatege oa the Haliwsy Ttead _ A
e nea of Mr Bi Clatke wae bly feet bys feet of axty leet aod J ° -
F ee _ og O20 orth epon leads
vena aL for tbe protection of cultl- | said eos Isabel Warner routed soars Ach ft wet get slag od oe
chdeatel ae cc eegthuction by sc: f James Holder om the Hoatn spon the | While wteasunal wore wot Soa
Go. aliclouly och fices, the | Seagre Grande Hallway Roed on ihe Kas | Sitalliy Ju wove the ch &
ects eet, Giked to take such | upos the * sMoote Cristo” Keiate Koad | KrUw thes parwsiten wut bb Sy
of droop: Irs ihemdoatt ot Keaicd | we the West upon landa of the sald Mvad | Sad xinited, WUILRD Sb a
to the Realus jeabel Wareer, together with the cocteves Ch ie naar ;
oy alny of ihe talay season, | aod other balldings erected thereog aud ae iy ager Lia

Shoes.

siuu of the malias
the

eat grb amet ‘elt bee pele
iv.

larke sald, jpendigg Use duwous-

Milemliog uf

ihe Bretbeve

= owe

draw

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Na
ee

The Attorney General then spoke of
the constitutional pointe involved,
showing that it was not the intention
of the Secretary of State to aseail the
rights and privileges of the Combined
Court. The Altorney General made
& vigorous defence of the Sei retary of
State's attitude, which he declared
was exactly as he wasentitled to deal
with the matter, aud that bls action
throughout had been consistent. Ke-
plaluing the covatitutional aspect of
of the position sir Uros-ley went iota

lita MAY, 1912

THE DEMERARA LECISLA-
TURE.

THE CHIEP JUSTICE’S SALARY.

Tue following fe taken from the

merara Arpory Saal

The second special session of the
Combined Court which was opened on
Tuesday last, 7th [ost., for the purpose
of considering the motion of the
Government to give effect to the des-
patch of thetecretary of State as a
condition precedent to his favourably
coneidering the pro | for reductug
the salary of the Chief Justice, brought
together all the elective members at
presentin the colony, After Hie Ex.
cellency had brifly referred to the
circumstances relating tothe matter
Mr. Gackin er quired w bat cortespond-
ence had taken place in relatiun to
remaths by bin’ with regard to the
reduction of pensions, to which allu-
sion wae made by tho Attorney Gene-
talin hia minute. The actlng Gover.
nor replied thatin consequence of the
remarks of Lhe Attorney General in
reply to the bonourable member's
nition not baving been published in
the officialreportof the debates it
became necewary for bimtoask the
Attorney General to furnish him with
a resumé of the polots upon which the
local penaion law differed from that of
other colonics. The acting Govetrn-
ment Secretary afterwards proceeded
tomove the motion, which he stated
was prepaied in accordance with pre-
cedent established when the Pensions
Ordinance of 1513 was before the
Court, Discardiog altogether the
question of the retention of the
salary of the Chief Justice at £1,800,
the Acting Goveroment Secretary
addressed himertf wholly tothe other
questions of pension. He contended
that in ralsing the question of pensions
the Bevietary of State had been con-
alatent because be had never been able
to express bimee!f as wholly sathfed
with tbe pension law of thecolony as
It now stands, Wheo Colonial Secre-
tary, be recalled. Mr. Chaviberlain
commended tbe adoption of one ani-
form pension echeme to each colony.
pointing out that the Urdloance which
was then under consideration by the
Combined Court “will be different
from those of other celonles Io vari-
ous important particulars and the
ovly apparent reeult of the altempt to
amend the Jaw will bethat the Colo-
nial Service will be somewhat less
attractive in future, I cannot con:
not consider that this result is satie-
factory,” continued ‘Mc, Chamberlain
sand iam of the opinioc that the

ferable course would be to adopt

be Model Pension Lew as fair bob
to the tarpayere of the colony av:
the Pubbe Service.” The acting Gov-
ernment Secretary said this line of
action had been conslstently press
ed op them by the Secretary
of State, and dealy exhaustively
with tbe vasious points of view
which showed that euch @ course was
both desirable and fair to public
oftcers, Mr, G, Garvett ri
the whole question, remarking at the
owteet that the Secretary of State
evidently thought the colonies wero
made for Government ofticials and nut
that Government officisls were made
for the colonies, and that It sppeared
the one idea was Loses what was Lhe
biggest pension that could be ocrewed
outofacolooy for the benefit of ite
officials, After referting to the cong
titutional rights of elective measbers,
Mr, Garvett directed his criticism
more pecticularty to that portion of
Lhe Altorpey General's minute deallog
with the pensions of Judges, an
phowed that Jt was fallacious to con-
tend 00 far as this coloay was con-
cernet that they were entilled to
spectal

PO
SATURDAY,
































































tem of toting of the salaries of the
Judges, when they were removed
from the Civil List and aecured perina-
neotly by provielous of a scpamte
Ordinance, aud valid that when that
Urdinance was pissed, bargain was
struck between the Crown and the
Uourt. ‘That bargain or agreement
could only be repealed or altered by
the joint asscot of the patties to it.
The Ordinance not having been s0
repealed or altered was at present
effective and the Court was bound by
ita provisions, aod the epecific salariew
thereln voted, until seme alteration was
agreed to between the Secretary of
State and Lhe Court. As tbe Ordinsaoce
was inetfect, Sir Crossley held that the
Sectetary of dtate had theiight to
appoint ‘a Lew Chief Justice at £,W00
® year. Mr, Duncan said it was the
duty of the electives not to allow the
scale of pensions to be increased in any
shape or form. Ip thls view Mr. ue
sell Garnet agroed stating that from a
flosnclal puiat of view tbe colony at
prevent was unable to do more thao it
wasdoing. Me was sure that there
were scores of suitable inen in the
Civil Service of, other colonies who
would accept the position of Chief Jus-
tlee bere at £1,000 per annum and with
the exleting sension rights, The actlog
Government Secretary poioted out
that the salaries of ‘the Judges had
been permanently determinet and
thatthe agreement wade with regard
to them between the Crown and the
Combised Court covid not be deparud
from without the consent of both par-
ee tothatagreemen’. Inreplying to
the debate the acting Governor ex-
presced his regret at tbe termsin which
the action of the Mecretary of State in
this matter had beon clticived by
(bree of the members and be had

the Alloipey General be trould have
had sce expression of regret. for the
accusation wade agalnet the Secretary
of btate that be had expressed himacil
In terme opposed ta the coustitution of
thecolooy, That wasone of the strong:
est statements that could Le made, he
sald, with regard to a Cabloet Miniter.
Hie Excellency eimphaclzed the point
that there was no Intention whaten
ever on the part of the secretary of
Btate to forcesnythingcn the Court
which was captrary lo the: onstitution,
and then went on to epeak of the constl
tational rights of the Cout and to juw
tify the retary of State's action
The revolution op belog put to the
Court was lost, tha twelve elective
embers vollog agaiavt it

FUNERAL OF MRS, EMMA
WILLOUCHBY,

After a Niagerlng Mness which was
borne with complete resignation, Mra.
Ema fpube Willoughby, mother of
Mesers. tlugh sod Heury Walluuzbby,
of the * Bonanza” and the * awres
reepectively, passed away at hee reol-
deuce {a Dundonald Street, ou Tuer
day eveulng last. The deceased was
anative of Barbados, but bad been
resident here for some yearepast, The
fuoeral took piece on the following
afternoon w ¥ Balote Chuscb, New
‘own where the ceremuny wae Pwr
formed by the Kev. Canon Hombere-
fey, The service was fuily cbural.
Mr. EL. Durpett ided atthe urgeu,
the hymns oung Lelog “Jeeu Lover uf
my boul” apd “' Peace perfect peace,”
Tbe beaters wee Mewrs. Hugh aud
—





neideralion in the manuer







the
altew
with

pe bad been msde to juterfere
t

and privileges of the
Court. IN ar ee In speaking

aint the motion, protested egalost
the “Star Chamber method” that bad
bees adopted tn sending the Attorney
General's wemorsduns to the Becretary
of Btate, Had the acting Uovernor,
he sald, pot had the goodness to bring
the weworendum before the Court
pow, not s single memLer would ba
buown that it bad Leen sent. The
Atlurpey Ueneral explaloed that the
memorandum wes @ were repetiion
ofthe spewh be bed wadv to the
Court whea the wetter wes discussed,

Tuy Conssnn Wire Trey Cong.
—The Vegetable Compounds of which
De Kelloggs eae PINs are cow-
posed, usaioly ceidelion and man.
drake, clear the stowach and lates
tines of delecterious tual eg sae
reatbre (be deranged we gnosto healt
ful action. Hesce they asp the beet
rewedy fur indigestion available to-
day. Atrial of thea will estabdloh
the truth of tis or and do
more to conviuce the silleg tban say-

Thies of these

pee heh ae te

the history of the change iu the sys) Mra



















daughtecs, Mra 1 Welloughby, and
Milas Reverand, Mivers Ruby and omy
Willoughby, Masters Liank and
Mortis Waloughby, Messee, OA SS
Johnson snd LL. Reverand (giand
children) Amongst Lose follawed in
the cortega were Nera, Moward Kiog
Mre. 4.8. Connell, Mrs Colston, Mew,
and Miss Driggs, Mre. Abbott, Mia A.
Nurse, Mise Atkins, Mis G. Lo eo,
Mra, A. Murphy, Mis. Roberta Misa
Chadderton, Mrs, O Neate, Mive BOD
Costa, Mise D, Belleranad, Man, Muster,
Boruo, Mas. Martin, Mrs,
“flax, Mra. Deeble, Mra. theade, Mies
Perkins, Misses Deeble (21, Mia
O'Hnen, Mus, La Forest, Alie V.
Comumlslong, Muses Hunt (2). Mes
Vau rosvon, Mia, To Sanabtia, Miew
Jackson, Mise M. Inolas, Miss Clair
monte, Mis. 8, Counell, Mesaa V.
Otter, Lo Mpipby, G. Mt atl, A
Cipritnl, 8 Bayne, Chailes dSealy, 1,
Pugrim, ! leid, t Moutett, 2. Knos,
C, Nanton, RA. Junes, UH. Bornn,
J.+,'‘Thurue, Walrond, abot dG. ‘I
Dest, G. 8. Bonnet, J Redinan, Hi
Clarke. W. McLaan, A. Austin, W
Gaicia, Seaton, HB. Sealy, 0. Hoach,
A. beale, Landeau and H,
Faure ~Numerous = flural tributes
were rece lived from telatives, fiends
aod eympathizers, ‘Lhe concludiog
pertion of the burial service at the
lave side was perfurined fy Canon
Hombersley, and the was
faterred in the family allotment at
Lapeyroure Ceme ery, ‘Lhe deceased
leaves eight childreu, several yrand-
childres, and otber relatives to mouitt
their Joss,

TALES OF THE SUPERNA-
TURAL.

SOME STRANGE EAPLRIENCES

ATVAUNTED HOU,





The most remarkable ghost story
I knowtaidld of an eustialiao ho 41
tal says the Landon 4: prass an iol
lowe :—

Oua night a wowan was cared
there fom the stieets in a eestous
condition, having been knocked down
and injured by a cunaway hore

Ao ration was necessary, bo bho

0
hoped tbat after the explanation by livia taken toa private rouu and well

cared for, but it soon became evident
that ho human efforts could save het,

Asthe end (apparently) diew near
the passed into wild delitiana, and au
tinually cried out awan’s name Dur
ing afueid foterval the doctor quer
tuoned her, and feund that her bie
band had deserted hera yuar before;
ebe had been wanderlng about in
search of him snd wae seduced to
sbeer destitution when ebe wes with
the accldent.

She grew worse, aud wothing could
atop her wild outctles, 4 amall biases
gong stood on tha table Leside ber bed
and she rang it contioually. The
nurse teled tena ring tt, but this threw
the patient into such dangerous parox-
yeie that she put the gong back sgain.

Three days aud nights she,lingerod
in the ulmost agony, loog after doo-
tors and uurees hed givcu up all

hope.

1 ECHOES OF THL GONG,

Then she pussed awey with her
husband's nawe on herlipa, and the
echo of the goog wtill suuodlag ia
the variow juotn, as she bad elruck
it in ber Last deperate struggle Ww sua
mon blw. .

‘te thleday



the sound of the goog is
heard at thet hour jntbat rou of
the buspital. Nu patients are ever
plaved there, aud it bae had two be
given upasa telrona. for though
gurse afive nurse tried tu sluep tbee
some utterly iguuraut of the tuagedy
—the pound uf the gong from tidoighit
to th weiu the morwtuy, kept thee
awake.

One of these hurses & strong.
healthy eensable aud rw wlogly level-
beaded wouan—teld me etory
aume years ago, and then one of the
docturs of tbe bospitel adwwitted is
when J queativued bia.

1 wouder it the souud of tbe Suny
vebuse tov, in the husband's care’
wouder iCitrang iu ble eure dursug
those Lyure of the wumau's ayuny ?
woader if lt will bauat ble UT be cou,
comes lo diet fupreas





Nothers can eaolly know wheo their

uled with wuruwe, an!
eee rrea uo dure in applying the Ucel
rewedios- Muthvr Urares! Worm

sterminalos,

Kompkiljke W. n-
3 discho Maildtenat
Tue Rovat Doren Maru |
—AGENTS

Heap Line SEAvICR,
RANJE NASSAU ~The Hoyat Dutch
Mall Steuer Oranje Nassau” ts due
here from Venezuelan Ports an or about
Jlti May 1012, proceeding afterwards to
Paramaribo Havre and Amsterdam taking
CAyEO, Passengers and ntalls,
P INS MAUHITS —The Royal Dateh
Mali Steamer “i'ring Maurits tw due
here from Anisterdam via Varanianbo
and Bem aon or atonal Mth Mav i 2
[roeeding afterwards 10 | Carupane,
uimana. Guanta, La Guayra, Pto Cauelio,
Curacao, Jaciocl Aux Unyes. Port au
Vrince and New York taking cargo
pasNenzers me tay tts
JRINS FREDHIK HENDINK -—- Tho

Bloyal Duck Maiti Steamer “Pins
Viegitk VMenditk © i, die bea frum
Vane Jon Porus on up absrut oth May
ine ae veoh sfteeward to Paraa
abo Davie and Aumterdaw tebing argu

Passongers wtid mails,

Se honaklyke wW solu.

dies Majid tunat

New Vout tarsus tbe
Meret.
Tha oval Deree MAIL AC ENIE
Marowigne

x [ARQWHNE TThe a
4Â¥1 is due back bers fro Varaaarily
via Barbados on Cuesday 1b May 1013,
and wilt leave next day at novu precisely
direct for Now York takiug cargo passen
Bers mul mails,

UPPENANE. -The as. ‘Coppenaine’

fa due herw feows Paramaribo va Mon-
day Mth May 1912 amd wilt leave next
day at voon precisely direct for New York
taking cargo, pasasngers acd malls,



£4, Seebery Line of
wh, Steanters, ‘
Gra. KK. Atstros & Co
—AUKA lo

CPMRY MM The se Tegan” fe due nere |

from Motlie an the [ith May, proceed
ing aftecwards to direct BMoblle, taking
Largo passerogers and malls.



be 'onden grec

me of Steamers

Tix New Cotosian (0
Lrp_ AuENte

aA.-The 56. “Scisana ‘ledus
badus aod



Shigetan
kD here from Londou sla Har
Grinada on or -Lout Xb Nay 3018 pro: |
ceeding afterwards to O.nwrara, taking
Luryo, passengers and malls.

|, tamport & Hot Line
- uf Stermere

Cuore HK. Avaton &
Co— Agents.

TENS sSON The as “Tenayeun 1s
due here (rom Santos on the ith May,
aud will leave the gaucday for how Yor
+ia Hartados taking cargo, passengers
and maile + .
VL OLTAIRE “The an, * Vottalre

due Lere from Huenos Aires ou the
adh May aud will leave thu saaw day for
New Youk via Dearbados, tabiag cargo,
passengers nud malls,

is



Trinidad tine of
Steamers,
TRINIDAD UPYING AND

T = Ad EN

RADING
MaRsce. The as. “Maracas* of
NE Titnidat Line will bente ‘Te
fur New York sla Geonmla oa the
May 1012 and te due ty arrise there on
May With 12
\ AYAILO.—The as." Mayaro” of the
+ Triuidut Live wlll leave New Yuk
for Lrin dad dimet on the [0th May lvit
aud io due to asrive here on day eh tale,
WMLOWN OF NAVARA — 7.
' Crown of Navarre” uf the Trinidad
Line will tonya ‘Iciuidad fue -ew York
direct on the [10h May (018 ned indus to
active there ou May wa, .
(RENADA.—The a8. * Grenada of
G the THridad Line will leave Prinklad
fur New York ‘ia Grenade ve the Ulet
May, 10 4 and ls due te arrive thers un
May arb |

old.

\ AKACAS.- The wn “BM. ‘ of the
be Teividad Line sill leave Now York

Trint ad vie Grenads on the Slat May
Wid aud is due toarsive noe ou May Suh
ive
Max AKO ~ Lhvea * Mayuo’ of the
SVE Teluited Ling will leave Tebaidad

for Now Vurk direct on the Siet May iv?
aud ja dus tuarise ther oa dane oh ivi

Le Velove Navi s
<3 mong Nala a
‘Tw Naw CcostaL Uuw-

tany LTD Aunts,
VLA bt MILANO Tee we “Cite
di Milano Is due bers from Gsava,

Maresillh. colons aud leuerife un o¢
abogt [ith instant, proceeding alterwords
to La Gegyra Pus Cabell, Cares,
Sasauilla, Ligon aud Culug, Mas

ware phewrgesy tad insily

4



AGENTs,
UADELOUPK.-2be French Mall
Steamer “Guadeloupe' ts due here
from horope. via Caadeloupe and Marti
ique, on of about Ducsday the ith May
and will proceed afterwants to Carupany,
{a Guayra davaniia, Colon and Port
Limon, taking Agere tally and carga,
{T. DOMINGUE —The French Mall
Steamer “St. Domingue is due here
from Demerata on or about Tuesday the
ith Nay and leases the asine day for dt,
Lucia, Martinique, Guadeloupe, and bt,
Nasalte taking paswuger, walle aad
tare,
(fe ADSLOUTE.~ Pha Trench mall
Sleamyer Gaaleloupe’ in due here
from Ve nesuelin pusta on ur about Thure:
dy the 30Uh May and will proceed after.
wants to Martiniyue Gnadelcupe, Saptan:
der, Mordeaux’and Havre, taking pagsen-
wets malls pad cargo
sf DUMINGLE —The French mall
dtenmet © St Dotutngue™ fa due here
from faupe via uadsloupe. Martinique
ant St Puc, on or about Thotsday tha
Wh Mis teed will procecd alterwards to
Demerara snriaus and Cayeuus, taking
Passenger. quads ated Cargo,

°
Hamburg / mori-
< - can Ling
Paul H ScHERiER & Co
AaKars
TIRGINIA.- Thea s. “Viegioia of the
Ilauburg Awetioan Ling fe due here
from Vonevnelan ports on of about Mas
ith provuweding afterwards lo Havre and
Hfauburg sia St. Thomas, taklog cargo,
paasongers aad maiis,
VALABNEA, -She am, “Calatila” of
the Hawburg American Line 13 dus
here froin Venezuelan portson or about
May gith, fronting, afterwards to
Haseo and Hamburg via St. Lbomas,
taklog caryu, pasecngers aud malls,

tech 4 Froderick Teyland



&, ompany Ltd
Tug New Covontat Cy,
Ltd.—Agents,

“Aloerian” ia

A LMENIAN Thes.s
Z1 due here from Liverpool via Barbedoe

proveedio after-
wanls to La Guayra, }'t0, Cabvilo and
Curscxo, taking cargo

passengers aud
mmalis, (f quarantine parcolta, 8

Glasgow Direct
Lino of Steamer

Truttpan Siureie@ axp
Taavine Co—AGENTE.

MOWN OF GRANADA=The SS

Crown of * Granada” is dae here from
Glasgow 1sa Barisdos on or about the
Mth instaut, procesding alterwanis ta
Demerats, tuklug cargu, passengers aod
ura!

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.
ARRIVALS,

Caiatina, Brit atanr, Tebbs, 1.601 tons, 33
hoars, Demerara, cargo If Freasit, Tu
Royal Mall Reeam Packet Co.

Mitave, Vensa alo Joecph, 42 tuns, 1
day, Cristobal Colon, 30,000 cocoate,

3 hides aod 10 jaevengers.

schur, Giularte, 2 tons, If
houra,tristobal Colon, 10) bags cuooa
aud 13 pasae!

ngere.
DEPARTURLS
Faurnsann, Norweg. stuns, Ulu, 4

on of about 27th May,





5 Lage cocoa,
Uivoa, Venez

toma, Osyoune, 3003 pkze tranabip
ment 2) boxes caaned meats,
$30 ets unto, Soases tea, & b

rlee yi bare salt, 4
and ee
tan Lad.

lob,

ALK ny Beit om schar, Deeker, 249 tons,
ra elplla., Ie, UA, A Trint
dad eocouuts, Uy George ¥. Iyggios

kay Chlae ae a
i Bordou Grant &

and Co, .
8: Cnosx, Danish sims, Kall, 165) tons,
St, Vincent, Trlaid
ye indes, dH bas
a aud fy Lae flvur, ty a it
a paeuutre. jourge
Alatya & On 7

vax thu 1th twat, at Tro choek
prety BMeglebralio; choses af

“Hails top Paraaesite

Rasesu ' wit be putea Vie at
pew. Hagia at Ake
fat tor How yt oe “Dare
wijue” will te io Seaday ith ot
u il a ae = Crews ft
io
Nevers be “ Tus ne
\. 12,
age Maron far wit be the
weeds) t imeten e ny
} erecta Regivization a hh

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“you POR RENT. (Vlatinite Biter gear ore | 608" AND CANCER. AUCTIONSALES NZ OS.S. * ri
- - arness a re 5
Shouse, No, 117 Woodford Street by Obes Doswel bred American PROFESSOR Ru! Auctioneers, Valuers, Bslate Agente
for 3 of 4 mootha, Beautiful Mower strong a} ful mare. Uolt ‘and Accountants, wom Newport py a
rr TW 23 0E> nw
South Quay or on premises—-May 1th | prodgers, 30, Queep'é Park Weep —— TRE CITY SALE ROOMS, ™
= _— Mey t—im. -Profesror Dr. Paul Ehetich, the cele.
Delle-Vue. The bealtblestand best 77 Hecry Biren © four y ” Ereelve me at the Royal Uoolereceized foreale at all umes
4 t egert’s or Kxeperiine ey 7 .
flay, Srith all convecionce fore args basiness place mooring 128 feet fo Therapeutles at Frankfort oneMain |e St. Pinceut Street,
be noceprel, tee, ALD perti-
3012 Apply to ALsent A, Hixcent, | reseonstle ofter will latest achlevermenta, and particular! cold at aretu.el prtee
y & all particalare apply to St. Hill Boyer at “ON "(the ¢ t ealare and order ta view 01 appliaction to
Renard atorn, George Bustle O88 | i Pi7 Park Sireet—May Sih-—ton Re arrived ct after Ons uneucscerful ex-| WARD PRICE & U0. 5 mle Ageate,









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Ane tno an Sita day 11rb inet, be-
sweent and 2pm at Maraval Rosd :—
se Worle: te emgot &, wieched from
Villian Sh toc arreare Of tend seat.

Jaa
Tones ©. I, PARRIA,
Ligenest Bautlf &o,











4,481 Tons Borwind Stanall
NEWRIVER COALS,

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re, —
Karden, Apply to Jas, PRRREIRA, 40 | foal by “Mura” Arply to ©. i. (By @ Correspondent in the Daily
a
POR, RENT — Martoe Residence — | HOR SALE-K woclelos of aod Wecwe | i tea “German eclentist, had the| 23 Vrederick Sueot—Tel, 6,
Sarnily, will be vacauton thelsth June, | de7th bt OF feet © Inches vide, ASY | and to dincitss the prgsent phase of hin] |tlIts excellent. family re-ddence in ta be
Gb May 1012

COMMERCIAL AND MUSICAL

Q0 TO, UR SEND FOR;
F. FARRELL,

TPUILE well known Book Binder, Oops ist,
fransposer and Teacher of Noe
Guitar and Mandolloe, ott., eto. On bai
for sale. Guitar and Quatro, Leoal or
Vamplag Chord Booka $1.80 and @1.00 re
spectively, Address No. 118 Laventiile
Hoad Opposite Rosehtit Moravian church














ENT —Uswage No 10 Provoe | [AOR SALE—To clone coasigomeat, 21 periments} April 0 bimte,

Be acer eee eet | Wire KENTUCKY. MULES: No |e memte) iitich states thet be baa] eee eee h
drawiogand dicing rooms, sma'l veren- | ressopatle offerrefused, Apply to Estate, | already been overwhelmed with appl: | VIgtor Launch.
d pen side gallery acd servants room | JOAQUIN Kiaxino, 5¢ Boath Qaay, City | cations for hie cancer t ment from ~e

yard. Apply to 36 Woodloed Si. | Nay Sth—-Zw, _ all parts of the world. glad to pork BALE by suctioe, oesrly new

10th=2e, prow BALE—Piccadlliy ptreet. Bu Jus- take this op ortunity. he sal i. to of Monit, Leawagn Bold, us Joa, Blt.

fUK KENT—siaule ab 53 Maraval eph, the property forinerly belonged | emphasieing in the mo sitive form | beans, wt Magtoe 3 ° nu ee i

_ ith pleasy | the utter impossibility ratifyiog ed, Smet 6 knote, ‘4

Hines. Apply on the premises ee eee tee mie ot Foteole such appeals at this thine, ny come con WARD PRIOR & Co

UR RENE “Forawshod or wolarnercd, § Wood, wader lal, no reasoaable offer will | from cancer viclinis ia the stages dis Liadoa 8 rees, May f1tb
ike dedrab’e premiasy, Windsor Core: [be telavod, part of parchame eaosey can | of the gcourge. ‘They express pitiful Mey

tage, obi opposite the San Jqin | TAO OG motgace, Apply to A.
Roileay retin oontaloiog two bed. | MONTRICHARD, 84 Hrederiek Strect ot to | purel etperiruental state, no matter

3 b. May 8—im OW the consequences might be, ane
ru0 mt, drewiag room, drawiog tovm, di. | Mra. Caratechs, St Joseph. LUU NOTICE lybereby piven that
ing Toom and Rallery witha slo-solficer, | (SOR BALE-An ™ Aocgeius”’ Piaaols, We cannot, of courses, give heed to f use bower ‘ot tale cou-
Peemineloa to inspec aad other tofor- ii Mabogany -slcoet new, For part ate ‘ae well as on the part of sufferers, <1 deed dated the 28h dey
vos tion may be cbiainrd frem Me. O.Cal- [ealars, Apply Mawaaun, Palmiate Kee | Pacis ae wel 08 mo ble watchword for | ol September 1s reguteced ae No, 2304
Bepens Coll otor, Sin Jaan, of to E. J. Fpate, ein Fatpia lo—Mey 5.5 1012—Im. | one timeto come. A the protocil of desds for ste
Kiley 90 Maorg 81, Cuy—Miy 8m. Ont SALE UHKAU—T Light Vie NOMUMANEXPRRIMENTS. [yer 1W8 and wade between Kapha
(VU KENT. — Vurnished—» VILUa | I toria and 1 Four Wheeled Dog | + Weare still contlain experlinents | 3 eviva of tbe ove part ead wm
IRIS." Apply to GH. Peodgers. | Curt —both rubber Tyred ead in g exclusively to rata and tnice. How | Gerdes Gordoa ({ og tt ardor
a» Queen's Park West. Vay 7.--Im, andition, Apply foepector May {| soon it will be expedient to risk the | Mra2b & Un or the 2 sr pay caer
DOR TENT. —The Monastery 45 Feu | tyre Brigade Biation—4th May—2w, [administration of the apecitic ta al ba tae ge Co ale ay be (Anat ou
i broke St, Large famlly Residence, OR SALE -A Five Bargeia f “Tivuee | human beings it Ie uttaly impossible wt ol Menace Wad Bans & Coy Nv.
Feat aha alien anty | Cut talettadcaecâ„¢ Anne, AACOS | Setitin guisssarhsaet eames [a apan'og Welumdey oe day
riiculare a: alta! BOG, to KaAwy } Uber .

wut er wrk 110, Feedenck quinn’, tae Ne lee Pry must, In fact, be modifled before its jae batwoou the Jiuars of vce sod
Bireet on to A. Depeniabs Br Uae FOR B4 AT nasil “ows Estate anplicatton to human cancer can All and mogalsr that certalu parcel «tf
Expelmental ation: May 7 dan siteate on the Marsots road, 2 milee | tried with safety. V f] (sad and cocot plsatation suuste iathe
QO IUENT— From 15 b hoa Bia Joseph, 31ers OnLy 10 cro eee ee eine | Ward of Toco ta tee Leland of Trial lad
Ii the cael aod besithy Cottage, No. 57 } arg bridged. fi acres of lead and 4 com. Berlin, and 1, who are coiloborating, comprisiog E) acres and AL porcsdes and
Doodsnald Stree’. fronting the Kaas, sod | fore sble cottage aad out buildings, 8 ables Ing mistakes as occurred in the case of | sbatiiag oa the north on Leuds of Charles
itaste peer the Queen's Lark Bevanoab. | and room hare jast been thoroughly re- i We In | fsbiea and oa tanda of Luzsbeth Nico's
fsaitable forfan ily of mediam alze, Hew- irad one of the best oathlag places in | the discovery of tuberculin. We in : we aad 4 fee
Be acd Hlecteio-light-plest inatall ie Maracas river. Most te aold. No | tend to prevent, av far a3 lies in our {99 the soath aod weet un lands cow or

. tstely of the crven aud un the exst on
Arr oat tw sipert hon iyolyon the prewsteens > rat peel an Toove taused by overchesta ia the ene laode of Mareal Stepbea wich the build-
LU) ~. =

a ee — ———a h’ 1 ioge theresa.

OT MENT. —Siaraval | Waleland | JRUH SALG~tfoue aed land tor wale | [yeledtremedyy ne | Baked thie, 25d day of April 1912
i atk House, Water lald on, in property known se Nv. 73 Abercromby Professor [hriich was stull moe WARD PHIVLE & CU. -
house, atables, and garden, aod Sewer- | Street, Apply to A, MCCRAcKts 103 | reticent regarding his" Inaproved 6u.” Aucuonves,
age. Carriage houses, Stabling for | Qaeea Strece or oa the premises. Apri | which, ae already slated in’ Ths Daly}
three horees, Telephone at bouve, a—im, _ Alaul, will be cated “ Neo-Salvarsao.” ; ~
Apply W J.8. 1ucKan & Co, 2, Cha- pox WL = Bu Lengths of two-inch | Hesaid: “ Here, too, we are not en-| SALE FUR WEDNESDAY THE Qu
con Xe: Port-of-Spain.—Mey 3 lm. A Wroagat Jeo Galvanized 7UBES tively berond the experimental stage, DAY UF MAY i912
TS NT oe Nie oe y

— No. 33 New | New) 16 teed to ¢ Olas jong, ‘action. ‘@ wank tiveevidence of at least —

perk Be Brae tanily, Hoveral | ere froos Mowers Suite KOPERTHON & Co | 10,00) Ireated cases before putting the | PUBLIC NOTICE w herody given thet

ed coms, Drawiug room, Diolug | CApril lé¢h—im. improved diug on the market. Dr. la exercise of bao Puwee ut sale o-
Bedroom jsual ouv oflices. Shower | pOHSALE A GATWZAIN—That ‘com | Schreiber, of Magdeburg, who had the] slocd ia s memurauduu of mctzage
tath, &a, Fitted with electric light 1” fortable and atrongly built residence | eatliest results and had since made the | faved the hith day of April 18) wag vy
oernaston abonce Apply The English | “ilyiton,” situated at the corner cf tbe | tn compretehsive erperimenta with | Kaward Wilts in favuue of Gurdon
Vooswas No, 50, Park Sireet,—May | savannah and St, Cisir Avenue at present | * Gul,” feels wufficiently convinced of | Utaat & Co,, (aud Dow resid $a Gordon
Bakery, . oecupied by Sir, Dreyfus containlag large the efticacy of *Neo-Salvarsan’ to make] U acs o Us, Gul.) there wal ve put op
ied Wy TENTOFURNISIIRu — Tom drawing Sad dinlag rem large gallorles | formal announcement of it atan early |furaae by Panic Aaciou by tue under

i Hi Jane, a Y-CLA HOUSE on oteterbtomyaeiietafiseetiaay meeting of an important Getman inwed we thele Aucdua Bart, No, 2b
Hil at Gucorite, commendiag fa | view of [faratory, pantrys kiuhen all under one medical societ) foferik Bureet, 4 veel Spats, vu Wee

he Gall, Water taid 01, Shower Bub. | root. Linge ard with choive frult trees | 7. ey ee ey Of May 1¥ ¢ botwoon

Jin particulars ‘Puoe B75-- I. Waynes: | and son inbig (isertanta rooms, 3 stalls ™ 7: = ‘ ae set hee ae aa ‘nate {a th

. - * —_ 2d, e Ouse, servan te ‘i a , 2
CLARK Il, Tranarele Rord — May aad fire, curate totes norva ly to ‘Me T Pp it Handy wand of T ov tle Dolaud of ‘T'rwidau

SOR RENE Ne a0 Duntona'd Buco Tiisin at the Kducation Oillce or to 1V uupliniog ten acres belie semen Nit)
IK {ak precnt occapled Mr, Ovto | Queen‘s Park West-~March ¥—im. wugur fees detiugaed aad with obs abe
Clarke) contalniog drewiog, dinioy and taseud bouudastus Lberen! shuwa on tbe
three large ' edroome wih reoang play auuuaed wibe Crowa Uraul Wks
room, Electria light a

—_—— eud in Vouwe XX, toliy SAL a
Ervest Eckel as oD y 810, ’ 1
guille!. oe oro SovnMay Ist CONCOHD BUGGY 810. 1 Four bounded yu bbe Nuria by leud potiuonen

Wheeler $20, 1 Van and Waggun- j ; Bf for by Joba Walvctte, om the court acd
1912, . ette $0, 2 Second Hand Hernoss $0.60 ‘ Euot by Crown anda sod on tho West oy
FONT RENT LAUREL MILU-Ty J each. 1 Pooy $00, Pacticulare at 40,1 f teoda potaioned fve by Satuuva Joseph, tu
(sites from Tecerlgua Station, water | Marine Square, (The Bazaar Store), — Z | vogsstee wita Ube ep, uivecaaios
and sewerage falii on Cartisge bes April 1Sth—1m, ;

1,921 Bags No, 1NAGRA RICK
341, FANCY RICE,
' [Re 8.8, MARACAS from NEW YORK

& Cass Butter Sib Ting
Gi Kegs ” 33ibi Ea, i

































W. STEDMAN ARCHE

wth Maren 10122 South Quay q


















A

WILLIAM M°GLEAN,

THE BEE HIVE.

Ji, Cor, Park awt Pembroke Sta.
WARDED Est Prise Teinidat Exbibl
tou, tS, nvites your inspection to
nis Boor & sHoe Masvuractury AU he
tska for ie a trial ardvr, aud if he does not
demoastrate to you that he 1s the maa ty
manufacture sour Boots and Shoes —send
them back. Hepairiug Department a
opeolality. Open until Vu'clock every nigh!

sod Saturdays to 10 p.m,— PHONE le.

Mth April—im

WIFE NOTICE.

HEBE BY aotity the pab be that 2 will
L not tuid my-ef respocsb ae for ih
sout oontracud by my wile, MEDALIS
VEFRRE, ashe bsving lefe ay nouss ano
P otenive wilbout sny caute,
JONNAJEN PIERRE,
Maraval,

May dob 1912—1w
FOR HIRE.
Motor Launch ‘ Orchid,’

\ Comfortably aud seaworthy boat
Reaving cepsury for 13 persons,

Faren;:

Vivelelands $452 Heturn, $7.10
Gasparee & Pud Goudre dw ,, 10.00
Nunve « 87. Return 2120
hacachecaie WW, oe 15.00
Matbour Trips 3.00. waiting prbr, Gk
Yoonlight Kxcurvions . 83.00 per hour
For turther particulars apply to
L. H BASANDA,—Manuger.2 GP 0.

N. DI GAPUA & GO.,

Jewellers&: Watchmakers,

——_

LARGE ANIUBRIMBNT UF

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00 . ON, BAND, Sept. Utth fell
aad atabling for two borer, Reat ” a Sen Wau Psl0s & Co, YOMPLETE stock of
x," For Ro t s ET. toc! Optical Gra
rst monte. winlye K. Die hur mtor al 3 Asc feueerm C Bight tested noourately ! aods, -——-

Ubarge suitable Glasses “apailedo
All kinds of Jewellery mady te order
Jawellery, \Watubes, Spdotaules, ac. He
ttiatag atte, Heat!
Topial = ality. 2 rb.
ment ol Gor Jewala—No. 4, Li, .
San Fernando. pri! pees, wh ot

TRINIDAD TURF CLUB,

TO BE INVESTED, | PALATABLE

AFSRTHER sum ot #25 000 at mod | tee nd erence

erale rate of lateres
PURE COD

&. LOINS wont,
April 17th—-1m, ATEOtree, cunblaation with the fa
Pyrenees WILD COEKBY, EXTAACT OF &

et
THE TRINIDAD MUSICAL HALL, CODOL Mat
VEFICIAL Notice, | 480gs, Waltes and Lancers. peeuie new aioe tt

Ke . ~~ Ps a Music ir uDob nm ‘
MPENDERS for the privi |< 7Slttnutcee rovetved by leat wealoe y

ledges of Games, Bar and [22,2324 Lie tollowlng od dition nee nal

" . i What bs the worla without you, "
Savannah, will be received Soautial parted chug be, Boye Souut, RAWLINGS Oi
Toses, bo a p

oe PTT Be
up to 2.80 pm. on TUES- [is kistog ter now, Bon awhene Goes [april 1 Ins 4
DAY lit M AY over tuo garden wall, Falila aod follow
wid, nH 6, Nobucty kuowy nobody cares, eto, ws
falition ‘Lhora, Loous, Untll, Absent,

ALBERT IL CIPRIANI, Jace, Parted, Come stig to ie, Feld

4 hans Y Boog Annual aod Dance Albums,
Secretary, ous taining ‘lwo steps, Walteea, Lancers

slao Ud ‘Two bt banola G
May 3rd, 1912. aud Stiver Hewwe + Glide, Poppins

FOR SALE, [ussite ditty atte at 2
secu,
. iyuduida » fatous Chords snd Psclutlow gex 8.8, “lw
with correct tlagertng marks for only We, —

. “Ve. per oupy, = Laasu: all atr{ . :
Mounte Polier Estata, |=" ruse aici | rinenh LAVAS,
300 acres, (g2U0 *oedree—"

ABOUT oe tile from Searborough

Wharf, Tobago, in the ooeuavat GEORGE E,- MGLEAN, (00) aradoree~'

Plantiog disalet, Apply to Wateh Repalrer audSJeweller, And_ex Recent

W.J.8. TUCKER, | v
2 Oreo geet Nu 2, FREDERICK r,t te onaniLtaa

Port-of-G pala, — —_ ¢
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St, Vircent Strectk—April 17th—lo,

















forwarded Jiet of uam
orc A. N, VASCONLELLOS, Of a4 piot of book will be wat to any er
Haccuts, | 990 interested whe encloowe lange tur

such transmission,
io, Bt, Vincent &t.,



pes TEEN £, —Coas larg SUR RENT OR SALE. -Noa 2 steoe i THINIDAD A JEWEL OF THe
ly belonging to A room, dining room, @ bedruums (two with - *
souatstiog of CoE atdenon drenlog rocins atjoiuing) large iiegte Ri ot ice. O18 100 YEARS OF BRiLLoli RULE.
Y ” - .
trees, Pore Oitloss. For further pacticniars apply to A LOCAL + WHO's WHO’
River alte No, 18 Chaosa Street.—-Apall 23th—1m, ] pared la ib paper Mercbenta,
———————— e
wey Station sad 1 ee gaueasion, For Hiro by farther manag eg dteocallys ars [Ta said vy paralesion to & Well
Pourt-ol Spatao, Merchandise of k p)
Apply te Fy 30) UsP. GAPALL AO CAT Der tour [ened by liber Ben aneet | i the Gotouy. Lue succase which as at
2 7 aa cowton Wwertend thy Uline tu the db say vid,
Hee aN Test acner, Noas Omi. withia which photograps of peroure
pt
For feciher particulas yyant ren
pir’ Weedon Busect oe telephiove ANTED—A good COUK, Apply
De =.

12th Meh 1912 am

A CARD.
DR. E. 1. MEIKLE,

; Suryeon Dentist.
No 1, Hetle Eau Noad,












Write to * Author”
Portoldpalu,—Apul Iein,—lao,

DENTISTRY

in San Fernando (ut the request of
many pattents,)
TRLAPHUNE . . OME

HL DALY will attend at ble Sau ker

telmont,
ri D naudo Ottiog, 43, Lich bureet (oppoal
Aivasre, Dulgiiosh & UO} avery Gprerite

Ap
iauianeeneeneeene
| 1 ] ¢ . { I H} G toed te! 4
4 O S A lrtdge work aod all maoteoee Deniers

< j | Moderate Charges, 9, ¥
a Bargain.

tedoritk
Portof dpain sod 4
=p

IRON BARGE, |uppere

dhat Street, Sag
145 tons Carrying Capacity
STEEL FRAME,

Built by Moers. Riteon & Co.
Maryport, England,

for.able property @ more Avonse coaslileg of drawin ”
comlo: & WiST,
carriage bouet, serven og North ond Kut, Stable and asusl ou —
EFERRING to rormer aotice which —
Set aie ait Sa Te wetter te Do
hereby farth Uted
eodiste Oy y er Do! {bat po order for
Appirto F MANQUEZ 142" Charl ite fe vattd krlow U aud eateoused uiicia! geutlyuas
or dsy, Apply GRKIU BRO, 4 glow Mec. Ih Vioeeot, or Mr. Joacbies (ended thiy Veulury hes nade lt dealrabie
0,
Kotate of JOA, RIBEIRO, (deceased } [chusen can ble
th oouvenlenoe. bell »
aoe poatey ral from ie Cale Car, Tue: WANTED.
U8 Aber'romby Street — May

No od) Netmont tem 1 UAPANIED Ty a teidence int
cular atoad, Apply to D, M, AUN W vibes of YM yiie ished ane
Spril WW be fege Boys aa fo urdera. Tusrme rassone ble.

b
W5it HENT.= 19, TJernlouh*m Aveoue, For particulars apply tS"
I furusbed proterally, Yo" pariicalare Pod Gann. pp aN + e/0 the
apply by JouN Nackpe, 43, Jervieghecs \




























ANIED —A Motor Car, new oF

Avewus, April 24.—la. an eocuod hand, J
TRENT Tarcubed oF bol he © F full particulars to Moto eng
I inte oF gue ieicine 15th otf Once, Port of-Spain. May 7.—iw,
* pril, ANTED. =
Kool Sia Fors: dowdraw ines dlulog, 3 W witb ex] rience of Coury works
betcome, Guess ane, Apel to be sole clerk ln s couatry solicitors
lag and mot a Woll 2h Oftioa, Reply to writing giving re
Honsox at above se TT J. | fereaces and salary expected to No,
.=atore—A_aplon ual Ty c/o * Port-of Spalrr Gazette” Oftie
4 nese bland, at Vrinces, fowsy lately | Nay 7. —Iw,

Laons (G, Y 5 a “
[hoe ey be obtainable ia this tant | \VYANTED, A Cooi—aiuet hare
Bek end show window a Vines ae ee Any ah be
flcketke gin htentunoderate, “Apply to we neratie. ieee

is fame baum Wrens fen) INVESTMENT WANTED

= ior bio ke Bi FoR
jh bes, Arpy we. | $8,000.00 On txt Clase Secu.



















































































JUST ARRIVED.

Ea, ww Horadiys from
Buenos Ayres,





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rity on Cocos Property. Will oe _ “1 ron cactny
= =O SALE van in two ttn Apply to Speed 3 huts foaled. ale: . [ . ue Spectacle ut ne AN Guess AL TERY BIDS
, University, ehinery by Lindsay Garver. ~ ; S and Bye-Classes tq] 6) fans # ord & Gene
SaBALaE ma en vole wane oany. | ee ww TAnAGUITE hill & Co. Sunverland, 3 Mat po MU Latas. Tinidad Hectric Uy Ltd Suit ail sights, ou BS OL
Fr iatey sone an, Apply to the « thee ut FOUND 1 England, E i 20 Small tla, REMrr mw, ne wi beara
she pepe Oe ‘wo meparate Eugines, twin , i j ec AT
Sits a Estate 76 acive of | 1501 ND —Os Tiegarete Road, a . -
subeinerati’ate todo! [ua at, beac sana eg] Aue + eativlary, to malay - Frivale Boarding House) siyguinEaU





AT BAN EERNANDY,
MM. NOBA CARTER teges bud)



Provistou, Coed 27

re + 6 ° ww WK ‘ 3 BS.
ae eae rerge Dogtot BU’ Ibe yack of y@ HORSES

caliog at thle «five aod farisa oust ef
cocoa, Thia tw just the time for any *

advertisement. - dub May 1







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Draft Jaght Forward, 2 foot,
aft 8 feet.

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ome, Tole te just tbe tle, for nel memes . . Seat Mee Ww wiUley to take wad ac : j
barlog "ert a ely sua ve NOTICE. Dewi ential F ‘orward 4 feet, Fer partionlars, apply to ™ beceei et er iow ts renee tt COMAISS 10K te ‘A
Kalen, © Frederick btreet- May 8 1 ttn PLBLIV ohwoby somtied ‘ov partie . . “| AMNETALLICHIL tx ferteble heme, eae ee _
ROEM aaa TTT | acter Maree te | aly yy Cae Mowe] Proncis Mendes, | Asser mbelig Souls | mri ke bei Fee,
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ee or S ale : 1 [mc anlivert, Ttttget Client | soko ek Senet, pTiarenns Meal | att H fy HOAD LEY a
Ex Recent Arrivals. ;

‘
’ have received aa in a a
of the Churoh of “tbe Patron of the
Woldons Pet tite nat free Mie city ‘ites at Seam ‘ia TOV vray VMirgs
Journal erehte cre Eeteara siprion tet | sop Cone 1g be) thers "trike | ARE NOW SHOW ING SPECIAL Vant
t erehé aston: * 4 .
end Jourbal of Ovstanes fer the | we of erred ileal tevuil ed-for et tone aod slweys appre “
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\of these fnnctibne in
May to hand—6 and 13s, gereand mulching. ieee fee ital- wht re tl be served

_—-— At Me, A. V, Horafont'a pristery In { from 11) qm. Se, Hagh'estring aod



Queen Street, Port-of-Spain, we saw | oil] be in attemlance The de

' and palgted | Curd Fathee J. Melb nas li CS, 8p. ae
MAI LLARD S. rerarday on reine eee ener aleo the Good Sisters of the St a ph
VHltaiic.” This lean enlarged picture | de Cluny offer. (hrough Unix medidm, a
from a small motel aod the wing | hearty welcome to all their friends
ie very good. ‘The artlet is @ youth | arquaintances and others.
Mc.

pn y ryrETe nam Kenzie who la registered 7
tral Tralo- Baya the Demerara “ Argoay”. Lt
CURRENT RYENTS. tie an apprentice in pattern making jaol Tate eat to Hote that Ube drought,
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1332 3ux3Nur: a Rice
| 250 Bags White Rice
200 Boxes Blue Cloud Soap —2)s



| 4 * ae THEUIPORT UF SPAIN GAZETTE! SATURDAY MAY 1° 1912.



ndigo Blue See

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Tu DAY. ' Dock ather the continuation of it, ie pre- ~—_
34. Cases Jewel Lard —25s. —— ee of the delta onth duewed ia ** ltvletat’s Almanac.” 4 very JACKET AN D PANTS 39.69,
4 2 RAMS. Dee” arrives from London | has been very brilliant In hisexaming | popular publication in this _ootony. ~ s
10 Tierces . wa Northern Islands, thon, The ‘picture la a source of | The almanac does Snot actuelly astect
rt 50 P l ” ? . h 25 tek he Ravan xernulne allraction to all who pees that the drought wontd be weoton eee ry
i a/08 ” n_, G8G BB o | Oristerat tbe Sovannan. slong Queen Street. Mi 'na reterence tov eain ta, the war ante ed ni of to k

MM Virginian” leaves for Fi | The inhabi f Belmont Valley | pages devoted to Jancary, February,
Thomas. Malte clove at 12 poo. Read, at Teast. ean well understand nd Mar hb tine h asually Pontain auch

| 50 Cases Emperor Frederick



~ a Bl.

e .

Ww te -_ ints | u ifert f the people ferern oa nigutive form af prog
, acer 100 Pp. bers: i ithotesian ” learws for Dar “town Mouth eayeobiall . mitet ' moti ation it 1 whl th we (trent _ OO PRD
Caan St John. Malle at AL present { the low atate ol scopitet would be canter » eS ———

\ 51 Cases ’ ” 5) pints noon, the St ‘Abo’e. reereote, from whi repnuatin Unfortunately. ine al
— water is supplied to Delmont Valley | mana does nob atate an A
ales ar BN - Oran Nassau” leaves for 1 1b renbe tut, the water is only | yaise the hope that we shall soon have
German Pap Paramaribo, Fal Ja clove at 12 noon. son for a few hours daly, and then] atl the vais that are required, and. if

there is s regular aceanible gt the | it is to be believed, the ordeal through
Hale of a Wooden Tenement at] standpipes, ‘The service pt to the | which the colaw is passing is golug ta
Maraval Road, by H. Paris=1 pm. howes are practically use! juct | lant fora oonetlerable Lime. Acoord-
——— now, aw very litle water, ifany, can fing to the alorsnac there were to
The London Blectric Theatre 4 and | be got. froin them. ‘The situation te | be showers only on the Oth April:
84) om. teooming more and more sertoue, for | and the let of May, and after that
— though the rain clouds appesr, alinost | there will be no rain till September,
High Water Morn 11.2t Even —— pom. | tantaliaingly, we heatd tt sald, there | when they will be heavy,
Sun rin we SAS a.m. | is scarcely any precipitation owing to -——
Sun sets an GU) pan. | Lhe trong winds Me. J. Pierpont Morgan, the well:



75 Bags Creole Corn





“THE DON

Corner Marine Square & Chacon §|

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Moon thee - 1 a.m. —_— known banker of New York. atuved

_———————— For thé purpose of inducting the | at Venice on the 31h April last fa time

SOU TEL QUA! WY BIRTH Revd. {IL L. Moncton, the newly in- | to take pact in tbe inauguratian of the

* ¢ ativited Vicar of Charloteville and | International Ait Exhibiaon, It was

Se ne ~~ Speyside (Wind wand Phatrict) fobago, | Mr, Margau’s intention, saya the



Gomns ~ Yesterday morning ab La Revd Canoa 8. Ro Browne pro | + New York Werld of the 2h in
Sigesne Houve, Ranta Crus, the wife thet to Windward en boant ihe atant, to sallfor New York ou the
a et eee EMS Soper, on Wedoomgy Slant |” Titanle.” but fortunately the banker

yee eee

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Just Arrived Bx s,s, “Mayaro” from New York

———_————— | The tevd L Hamuond has been | changed bis mint and went on two
A SIPMENT OF DEATH. apmpntetpsienijoetiarge of St Mary’ | Venice, 7 i
ALMANDEZ — “Yeaterda at hia a Cari H, Behr, the champion tennis ;

"a re ce, N On Tuealay evening last, the mem | ploger io America, Who wee @ pagven
qouher’s re udence, pe, 4 Cimiant Lers of the Scarborough Brotherhood, vera board the © Titarle” le reported
brother to F oA mandez at Mesara | Presented the Kev Ch B. Byer, wath a | saved, _

Schoener & Go, Fanesal at 4 4) | Saledictory address acoompanied by a . <=

o'clock Lhis afternoon. puree of ‘sovereigns, io view of his Yesterday a woman named Hen-

——— spproaching, departure eeu Tobago ttt Thomas was fines 85 by Dr
no to assume other duties. On the follow- wood ¥ lor al acting

INDEX TO PAG ES mg severing there wae a reception Anistant banlary Jusptector Tow h

- service to the Her. T. Godson, the,new | whtlein the performance of hla work. |°



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Pabst Famous Milwaukeo Beer.

whe Zeer of Quatity.








































Acknowledged by Connoisseurs to be



the Blue Ribbon of all American Beer. 2-The l'rost Koquiry, , Supeuntendent of the Wesleyan | The alterna ive was tea deyy impri- ‘ }
Sold by all the leading Hotels, Prosi- The Tate Mr N. J. Piers, stiwion in that iland, whe foraily | emment lle, Warship, wil. defen. @ t or e e@ uxe
tion Merchants, Groceries, Bars, Shop ceJRestanrantsin the | SNA" ERE Nair, ua wo [aur "eagarnen? oF Pes | enh ince aera foe
ayale! 01 fever; —_—— . .
BRL ANC jolesale tront Inetremog Sequel to Laster | Captain W. IL Owen ILN.R, the lency Wa have it reduce

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HY. PEREIRA »&:H, HAMEL SMITH.






















\ { PHONE 20 POLE AGENTS, t—Eateet lelegrains, 5, ‘ .
pany, left last evenlog for Caithagens E VE ST R f
168t, Vincent Strect. Got what he deverved, EN “ , .
‘ — Au gefounded Kutnour, oe ebe Tea B Pearce deme ie HARBOUR & MARINE NOTES.
u eamera } Arrangements for — .
Enipire Day and She Whit- Jamaica yesterday aie svetentes , Reports from London contira that the x . r
gunlide Hohdaye ; Buoas and | afternoon no tacthet news of the mia yon tee ot Het eat aveenao niente SOME LOV LLY
rages Mathes Quotations hap had been received here, lu ely up to £180,08), but to pay claions for
_ . - lar averazce in excess of this
Board of Agriculture, Mry Eva Willing Astor, forince wate Pavan For this risk the nominal pre Y §
be othall, . . ot the late Jolin Jacob Autor, and who iniain of Nie perevut. fur 128 months vos FA WN CG Cc Oo LO R D
See Goll Gaby 1s now residing in England, and moth yi ' The car mucipm eh and niet
rl ubago. "ine w Je a 0 aatic! ,
Cie tet. iz er Vincent Astor bas decided to pro thane Ratt cover thie part of the lows e
: ceed to New York to be with ber soo, a that +
TMPCUA, bhe will wail, aaye the © New York However, it ix contirined that Liosd 5 a
City Police Comt, Herald” ofatecent date, at, the ear. | slone had about 91 Qunda) lavelyed in
Oretnmintt steels AeTSENE | e4b pomibhe ruament Daanromersefeus nd jewelry. |
. u jo
* TO disaster to ti Titanic hi a 4
al itienee Lropoeed in theoty | We uuslerstant that there are |, ihe inthe manufacturing of life hoata ev ¢
i Ww Ti I SKY ) * Sten Die, Wawen Lise," peveral lew pieants for the post, of | and raffs unprecedented 11 the history of *,
hy GF -Agrialtaural Society . Continued Pratiee ‘Gant, eee ee {he trade in the 1 ea ule steam *
Disc rieaiott MN Agricultural | cant through the promotion of Mr, | ships tut basa been reciven. atso from Frillod and Tfassolled.
AGints For TRINIDAD Fone A geesfereUe func: | Keneth Lawrence i a clerkatp in the | het ort and const wise, wbeamasp cot, .
W TD Deflued. . oles uf the Piateich Catt. ‘ade orders. that woollen life boats 8 O0inS to oii Vide — Prive 3Gc ta 84h ner Vi
-S.ROBERTSON & CO. Le 9-The oes Legislature : The Mr Nathan Straus. laother of the sult be varied " preference ta metal Wins to Shins Wide— Price suc t rl I
t «, Chiel Justice's calary, fate Mr. Deidore Straus, frum whom | U2 itt the Canard hive hite orderev seven — st) --
SAN FERNANDO. KF neva oy Mr. Emma Wile [the word was kept for several days of femmeea pots te onnae tse preferred ALSO
Tater of We Supernatural , Some | LMR Meee bie eaten, aban the | Uerdune they, are sauipped ol tel ae
+ . strange experiences; A New York of heait disease due to the Unslakebh “The cost of the life toate |
Bupplivg of the above can be obtained from Mossrs ee ee ot shock of the new of his bereavement, | tases from $400 each aud the iife ratts |
CANNING & CO., Frederick Street, Ehelichs Laperimentn | ME, Gtrauts Botin the best of health, | of the catamaran type from 18 up Ww ‘

4

‘1h transatlantic lines have ordered an
i icrease io the number of Ife boate on all
steamships, although already carrylag
more thaa required by law. There will
also bean jmpruvemeut to ail ite saviag
Appilanoes,

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ree en

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JUST A FLW AT Ri!

THE VERY LATEST III







Now Being Landed

r R. M.S. “CARONI”

A FURTHER SHIPMENT OF

-Reid’s Stout

BARRELS OF SEVEN DOZEN PINTS.

- 7 culosla Congress where he wae to read

ITEMS OF NE S. apaperon the Pasteurisation of milk

—- asa preventative of thatdisesse, ILis

We beg to acknowledge the receipt | condition was such that when the
ofthe Annual Report and Catalogue | news of the “Titanle’ disaster was
ofthe Telnidad Home Industries and | received it was witheld. Then it be-

Self Help Association for 1912 The | camecentain thatthe brother and hie

stalement of account for 1011 show a | brother in law were drowned, aud the
very healthy state of affairs, must | Information was coaveyed ww Sir

encouraging, it must be, to the man- | Straus as gently as possiile, Theef.

fgement, at ater mente, smount. fect waa as lt was feared it woud ba
DK ere remalns, cash in ose who knew the deep brother!

hand, titou.ts * altection exislog between oe pale. ,

The headquarters of the United | fo view of the propoved visit to thi
Society of Christlan Kudeavor of | island of the Brigadier General bat
Boston, ent out an appeal to Chie | ryiiple- Hay onthe 2th instant. for the
tian Kadeavor leaders in every part | purpose of Inepecting the Local Forces,
of the United Slates to protest | the Constabulary are being put
against the enactment of legislation in through some preliminary exercises,
New Mezico to peimit the Johnson | including ekirmishing which was var.
Tiyon fight to be held (in Las Vegas fried out on the savannah yeoterday
on July 4, ae that day will be safer [ morning, under the direction of the
and saver without (t, Inepector General, Lieut, Coloutal G,

. —— D. Swalo, the officers on parade being

Last night's maiket reports by cable | the Depaty Inepector General, Lleat
show arlee of covosTin § Londga by | Colonel RON Marshall, Inspector \VJ1-
Js, Lhe quotations bedg now Oleper | eon, and Sub-Inspectors, Car and
unt. Carvenaugh,

The Danish eteamet of C012, 1620 tons
Captain Kall, left yesterday for Surope
yi the Northern talanidy wy oon ce

rin Cocoa, Mut wy Manjack, a
Viour, 72 caaka Crade Vil, 19 Urle. Flour,
4 pack: Merchandis-and 31 psssengere.
For Barfedas —Mr and Mre. F. Ge ag
hanand Achildrye, Mi. and Mere J.C.
Pinto da Silva, Nurse and child, Mesare,
HEC, Hendslekeon and C. Commtestong,
Mra, Belasoo and 16 deckers.

‘
‘The Tiritish three masted schoouer
Albant”, ‘Mu tone, Ceptalm Decker,

suited yerterdsy from Philadelphia, Pa,

US AS wlth sedcaus Triuided “covonuts

from M. raze F iluggine and Co

the local agents for the Praukiia, Baker

‘De

om

The Royal Mall steamer “Catal ,
i tl toma, Captars Tebbs arrived from
Demerara vusterdsy moruing with cargo
in transit for Kurope She took KW tons
juaker coal aad left during the afteenoun
for Cartagens to asslet the FLAS

Anadlau,



Mr. John HL. Santh, anecchant of We have been requested to remind
thiscity we notie by the recent | Lhove gentlemen who are laterested ia
Atmerivanfeschanges to hand le a guest | the establishinent of « loeal dianch of
of the Imperial Hotel, New ork, | the Oatholic Order of the © Knights of
prior to hiv departure for Europe. bt Jobn ” that atmeting la nia e the

‘ —=- heveasary arrangewents will be ty

The Cousul for the Netherlands, Mr. | in the Vatlor of the Hotel Miranda,
Cail Houw yeelerday peceiveal a tele | (Me. D, Nanton’s) Corner of Henry
gram anoouncing that Syioans had | aud Queen Streets, to-morrow after
Falved quarantine against Trinidad, huoa at 4 o'clock precialy. At has

—- . been already vated, the approval for

The stage at Ure London Bilec- | the establishinent of a Consmaader:
tric Theatre (is being extended. | of the (rder focally, has eon obtain
Tule, for ous, will enable Vrofesver } from He Oraoe the Archbishop, Dr.
Stark Hermann, who hes teen engeg- | Dowling.
ed lo ealertaln there on nest Thursday ———

Friday amd Saturday, to true Foran Liy adecree of the Guverament of

i te ada ce hance | ove hts a ct
en alare, abe are Ww Foi

previously The programms of nw ta “eubatk ta i bidden

The Nogw. ** Fagersaud ,
ws sailed on Thurs
day for Cayenne with oxen in
(raneit and the followiug cargu from
Trinidad $86 baskets onions, 2 tase ten,
»hags rice, 0 balf bage salt, 98 boxes
preserved weala and }2
woods. She also took Away epee

uablpment Largo and 1 passeuger,
Doe Santos t â„¢

EY



The Nav alco nittee uf the House hay
sated ayalnat Sattlowhips and crubsers
ne part of thie yeara addition tu the
Ualted States fleet, The folluwing pro.
arene res re “pe by the onw
tultwe Pwo coliters, 0,0U0 each, four
subtaarines, @MUOO each, six ka





This excellent STOUT was sold
exclusively at the Agricultura

ee

Lesce



oo 28 . on Gay pre
bee . ‘. boat di ave /
Hxhibition and was highly — | sci suas’ wepcatint "| ment adlaues foqunludee irs | inl Sney fei ok thas ‘“SAIT BAY
Ai . t d fort Lhe ilees of pictures abthe Loa | Guadeloupe, Haytl, and Wan Hioeals co | lpoathe question of Uuilding battioships °
4‘. ppreciated. Hon elt et ge | rt Mere a? | eee edt (eam
‘ auprove, ig eet Yond haw been rom wre hy wet!
sure ts yall who atiend their | Constabulary Inepecter OB meee poser aval, progres ‘aucus | The pro FOR MEN, LADIES, AND CHIE DRENS WES
WREN ORDERING STOUT SAY ! REID.” wecoe feeling usuch tetiet aml brighter’ fs “an “eooueaes rar “rie comtiie Without doubt the best tabric t. tbr Clunste
The following are the pase wines | is hoped that bis stay In ™Lictle | @7u\UW to convert tbe cont He Patel”
- of the Trinkdad Rifle Association Kogleud * will Je | aud * Prose val
Abel cougetitioue , tot Clams” | barthworking sod SMcleul Gites | Mill also provide ease prepay SHS, AT

“Juha Mmith edel, . HM. | one Los! Forces.
arenr.| oh ad on ihe ' srg
al,” ¥. &. Lurmeden, 97 Clans. We have been informed that conge-
ty alan ae Wee Medal” | haper th baa aye ciihe
MM! Molleuthic, 6. . Mie Brecon elites on

Cone, att {0 be detailed to tbe Pacitc



WHOLBSALK PROM

{€ 4s aotlBed that Hid ® “" Assia’ b,
ay Part wire et wrone two moored wt
. . {mmlgratioe His Excefency Goversor | 28 mlles south west of Tort of Resin

fore TRA t Le Heate will be imting an Kast thouen It iy Wudrastoud thank
et tas Inch fasoured | Indian to fill the os wing vacanc eolus —feares Ihe harbour tote: \e
’ a with 2 obs Of vdetlo rec civad fio | the Laglalative Louncll Many 1 Fane, | she was vouling yeaanjay, yea

5 Neen ‘hele ve Othe ¢ daa) ate conmectad with ibe wppointa ~ -—

Mal ie a nleal, iunwnlc® | but we defer, for tbs pewent, frou i Tass Tis of the Seete Lane
AGHIN TS. besa avai drued Me wpeti oa hte | publishing any,on frou Wwakiug apy ae 1 pu fu Martluique
1. Cul elon tbe :uauus, ”" Tiee sbust prep wits will Teveived
f

_ . idioma se! ITOPSPAIN GAZETTE SATURDAY MAY 11 1912

HHoliday-Hats| Tailoring Dept’mt.|9 NEW LINES |Bonanza Furniture

~AT—

THE BONANZA

—FOR—

Ladies, Misses and Children.





anama Flats

. hg
a AND R2Iq
ann

JIPIYAPA HATS

F = Prices from te cach to $7.00 cach.

EADY-TG- WEAR HATS,
E Blach. White and Coloured,

MLK CRINOLANL HATS, -
ae CHILDREN'S STRAW ILATS,
= SILK HATS AND BONNETS.

‘



SPLOTAL LINES IN

PUDIES’ UMBRELLAS (Black) 860, Up.

(MITH BROS. & CO.



On AEP.

TS

#200 TONS







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J
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NEW YORK OFFICE, 29, BROADWAY

Frefpht fur Tebago and Ciudad Bolivar.



iW NAVARRE hear 6 Mar. 33 Mar. 90 Apr, 4

| Mer 2 May 1 (May 6/May 14 .
‘Aa id May oi May 0 wae

(Mi ry May 18¢Muey ¢4 [May 31

2 May 2) Mal

une 2b

‘ ume do yee 1 sly 1 ore

une 8 uly ”

ee city @ July 7 , . joy 19 uly 20

'

STEAMLUS SAI FROM PLEN 2), HROOKLYN.

Robearry past fi ow New Youks

PORE COATS’ [AILK

Y be had (by arrango-
nt) daily from Mu. er ‘ $4,000
at De Bilhas stables,
mbie st Pure bred

oburg Ram un Service. | Hie Gasstte Onloe, 20 Si.
i, u Service. . May tet—Ia.

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New Laves.
. - New Flowers,



HIGH-CLASS

Tailoring
E PRICES.

—

AGNOLTA BOUTS

TUST OPHEITEHD.

.

MODERAI

yle, ft Finish

SATISFACTION | PRICE $4.95 PAIR.

PLACE YOUR ORDERS WITIL

ITH BROS. & CO.

7, Frodorick Stroot.



Tan Vici Elastic Side Boots,
Cuban Heel, Toe Cap.

Black Vici
Boots, Goloshed, Cuban Heel,
Toe Cap.

Elastic



mportant Noties,.

_ Owing to the rapid increase of business in their
Furniture Factory Messrs & Bo& Co. have been
forced to engage the services of a further FURNI-
TURE EXPERT, Mr. ems, who arrived from
one‘of the largest Cabinet Factories in Scotland per
S.8. CROWN OF CASTILE," will devote the whole
of his (ino to the supervision of all Cabinet Work
entrusted to the care of Mes«rs. 8. B.& Co. With
all the latest. ssood-working machines and axplen-
did stock of native timber al his disposal the
publig mas be assured of eftire satistiction to
all orders.

MOTOR BODY & BUGGY BUILDING .

WILL IN POTURDE BEA SPRCLALETY
WHITE PITE BONANZA









The Bonanza. |/SMITH BROS. & C0.



2ELL IN RUPPORT OF HOME
RULE

! BOSOE LATEST TELEGRAMS."

Spark
Plugs.

For Sale by

SOHLERR & 60

BOSCH MAGVETO COMPANY, LTD.

41 Mantz Squans,
Phone 184,

LOANS MADE
COGOA * ESTATES

WITHOUT ANY
CoNDITION

Uirrelt bed thy debate tpan the
The exrablisment of
Batre executive be Tieland was, he
declared, necessary for settlement of
At preent the
necretaly acts asa tucie greuopbene
He appealed to Uleter to
fors® good Bul, and belleved the feara

Catholics and Protestants
together for the commen’,
INTERBST IN BILL OVAL
Interest in the D131 is
stiong whips ace necessary. There are
luany conjectures

Por some few divs past co rimmour was
helnge Derminte aly eri alated alb over the
ally fo Che eteet that a oh tte boy bad ot
met Bly death at the hands of a police f Tee ‘| Howieg by ing Lhe age ada, —
wan w ho felted pu swith a " om foum his
ate: there Ix not the slyclitest sen :
bianes of truth i the matter, we think it] 4 DUKE: mee theta fee of £10 be
fair to give the facts as they really exfat 3
Qo the sth juscant, detective Consiable {annually tur the audit of its aveou nts
Mfluds arreated a fttle hoy named ¢hastes 4. Sqr cithestions and Mstimates of

who dived with hig parouts al No. [| £1.6 fos new buikliege for Hoant of
ward Strict,ona chaige of thron | Agateulture alsa account of 10 adua

WJ. & Panama Telegraph Company, Tome Hue Bilt

HOME RULE BILL,

BIRRELL'S, SUPPORT:

SMALL INTEREST TAKEN IN
PARLIAMENT.

GOVERNMENTS ENQUIRY INTU
ULSTERS DHILLING,

ENCLISH AND GERMAN DIP-





FOR SALE



whether Ministere would ace pt
omnstonu of Cleter
FOR FRILNDLY

4NbD REASON AGLE coM

a hana ar

CONSULT * TION

STUDYING REMEDIES ror IK.
DUSTHRIAL DISLUMHANCES.

LLOYD GEORGE'S OPINION.

ENGLAND'S UNSLSPROTED EX.
« CELLENCE IN AVIALION,

CABINET MINISTERS INTER-

I
from Mr. William Ubeien, suagesting
therels now sullicient material
friendly consultation ‘and reasonalle

PSPh ThD EN
Ck.

log prevented the
ceurres, but the
the feate of aviation aind a
nile wind and whitecaps
droplanea took
sages between ships aod shore,
and descended at will,
fovisille feet by surroundin
subroarloes, and
strated [ogland’y
cellence In wen

ed by the magisirate’s order, We
bepe thée will put aa ead to the unlound

fnezuolanPatont Fuel

Kiog was anazed by



WHITE STAR COMPANY STUMPS
UP IN

Ininidad Shopping & Trading Company Lmtd
a

TRINIDAD LINE of STEAMERS THE “TITsNIC™ ENQUIRG.
OR4SNGE CLUB DRILLS,

London, May 10.b,
The Uovernment has requiet ned
frou: the Dublin authovities a retura
of the names of all officers and non:
commlaslaned ofticers, activeorsetired,
who are engaged in drilling Orange
In sbipyatde, aud

unsuepected = ex
aud machines, - ee
pecially Commanders Samson and

Tor’ CRENADA. TRIMDAD and LEMERARA, Carrying through Gregory nal tr
CABINET

MINISTERS IN.

At Weymouth Nr Balfour and Mi
Churchill toured the hat bec
marine D4 Mr. Churchill studied its
naval utility,and Mr. Balfour seked

pARet € MPANY STUMPS

The White Star Gounpaoy has pald
into #ourt 4000,
inagesfora@ stewatd's widow, under
the worksnen's compensation act,

THE OLYMPIC'S DESERTERS,

‘Tbe “Oceaule’ hae satld with the
Olympic e deserters, the stiike having
been arranged with the Union.
SIRIKE REFERKELD TO NATION.
ORGANIAATIONS
The Dietrict Committee has trferred

clube, workmeo
otber sluilac bodies,

ENGLAND 4ND GERMANY,
The * Pall Mall Gazette" saye 1 srou
Marschall Voo Bleberstein
especially charged with the settle-
ment of the Bagdad ruilway questing,
and theeconomleal pattition of the

PROPYTOe.:: + AIZINGS DATMS, 1912,
ee

stationa, aed will arrive at Lortol Spain G, Kitulnetee

+ 3:

bifinpay, ann stay, HL Jotnitons

eamer wilt leave to fee bpalo Ki Miller Duff
jam, for ¢ bagachauare direct,



pr.
\ 12 |Apr. 13 Apr. 20
Mar #2 Mar 0 [Bur 31 Apr. 12 |Apr. 13 pte 2

t pr Z| y
iy . oe S (May 4 |May IL between Englandiand Germany Colon-
br gy ter 2) (pe. et Nay if {May 2 . z or lugesd, oly their
commercial spheres being epportloned,
UNUSUAL PROCEDURE
The Foreien Ofice haa pot been in-

forwed of Couot Metleroich’s depar-

$2,000 Upwards

STEPHENS LMTD.

“Tho Storos,”
Finsccial, Commercial and Jnsur-

GN PAINTING,
BORNN.

Weer Ideas th” eve
aboyp alls Moderate

Ja the aftirnvon rahe wlll leave at 3

cS SDA ar siay, will be played on O'sdewlale plteh
Tbe opener will leave ot 9 am for | hid aflerwvon ot LB aeok, Chale
all stations. She will leave Chacubacary | WU be provided as Gd ogute each,
at 4 pia miler tell mations M8 the —eee
the Peninsular and Orlental employees return trie, and will are & ri alt nae
Spain at about 5 & paw, - ‘
PaO TUESDAY, ger SLAY. PRICIS C+ RRENT
The steamer will leave Pust-of Sprin at
wus for Cineavhaate dinct Sie will NEW YORK
leave Chacabacare at daw, will stopat | prow,
all stations vscept Teterons Hay, and will lates Clears wo
orrive at fort of Spain at about 333 aia, y Lye bertel
M

fes will remain



ape It (June 12 Jane 19

une ws Mune 2 (July

strike to the natlonal organisation,
THE TWP NIC KAQUINLY.

At the © Titanie ‘Inquiry, lectiauny — ;
wasgiten that the iifeboatea clubbed
away svinnulog survivors, who were
haved by the women agalmet the ef-
fortes of Lhe crew to preve d
ruled (bere wes no

INDUSTRIAL DISTURBANCES
Me. Asquith, speaking at a tneeting
of the Bankers Aveociation, said that



Tetxiwad suiiiin avi TRADING Uo, Lin—New York and Trinidad
Deas SW. te Hookna Bros, MvConnale & Co, Lrp,—Demerare. cptimists should semark the Indus
trial disturbances, especially the rail
way aod cual etiuikes. and he (nvite:
bankers to co-operate with the Gov

jurisdiction | LN Biz Bucumion tchate avaltabie, tor {ried poor bel.
ernwent’s coustaut studs

of manslaugbur, be also t Lerate te be sald on the above
al

gestion of a luchout dates
at the bow as well as at theorowanest ‘Ord!
CB FOR CHESTER CUP,

Hece fur the Chester Cup ow
Wednesday was won
*Clatepmux second,

wt

oi. 6 CENSUNK OF KAISKIL
"Helin hee electad Horr Wermulb,
who resigned the Jupetial Treasur
on acuount of the measures ad

for financlay the tollltar
Bargotpaster., This lw

TANUINEK CENSURE FOR
KAISER

The provincial ‘Ouunni ties uf Alesow
ralge bay coneuread the Goveru-
ng lucu motive works
je 8 sencoph| e
ated the Government

VET ANUTHER CENSURE FOR
KalskR WILMELY.

on wbverne lo the Kaien in
eiust & tenuanl for oust of

COT WHAT HE DESERVED

Hufore Ue Blackwood Wad), bi

Wensctusan dbuth selling cleske), fur leat
bias at Freduich Street.
iy achiited Laving culled
aetia be woutl
Plalusnt coiled Lino larin the hearing
of a goed maby persons
His Worship (he ataye
Yoo bir tx: ates be told ao lie
You dont eapeat tocall
8 mien o lie lhe thet apd get nutbbug for

a
RO NOTES
ON PR
| TU STUDY REMBDILS FOR IN
DUSTRIAL UNHEST,

Jo the House uf Coumons, Captain.
Crawshay Willams moved tha
Governuent Insestigate the Industrial
uorest and ite remedies, Mr. Hard
inoved au amendment
nilaloum wage, the right
natlesalizatlon
erample tinines and rall

EASTERN MARKET, = | | “iersas?*.

‘a be invested at reasonable interest, .
v IONS OF MORKET. ia 1.
Bee rA OS MUDITIBN BLE axe iayod BS fonuon.

'
only i¢iable names taken. Businoss
Hdentlal. Apply at once .
transactions coutidentla Spent bueet ' N.B.

of mionopolles, f



M

8 sen: 2511 tbs,
and 14u, Closing price tt,

1p Uaives : Te lbs. ‘peuiug price Bic,

eb ey ced GA we Te
+ > Pa

R. & S.

NEW COODS THIS{MAIL:

. , Six only Trimmed Tats
Emabroidered Dresses,

ject to the appolotment of a oou-
jon of inquiry, wad would
teatlfy nor assiet ia an

jer.
EOHGES OPINION

Mr. Liogd George sald the reason of
justifiable dewre
if their condi-
td's wealth was iucreas-
jog, without the workers getting
Roteat Cecile p
shating proposal went furtber than he,
Lord Robert, thought and approsi-
mated to Myndicalisawn. The of
the unrest, he contloue,
subiclent wages, aud conditions of
anwortby uf the workers una
treated as though
possessed pee suule nor minds,
nathonalisation «f sallwaye would
pet stop strikes, aud
would objet lo

the unrest was t wove ireeior '

of the workers to bet!

ROL ND LON EONe, —
gEN., Lon pon.
Fle cthful +Tensstuas” vudane lei *
potasoes, cabbage, lettuce, dete quan. are Crystals
Pigeon prar. Kiuger, opie, lub: we View
leg

oe
Ordway Canes, turnips, chu, rou

‘se . a
rma wh *.
& intalne. fhe per evs. t-te i
entity — Mustard leaves, to! sh
owee pulaloes, tanules, ochruss | Jere .

jure,

Guauuty Usepefiult, clad
he cost loth of dob, plus apples

The Cabluct, he '
1. were jOusideriug the etstire
protlen t

wheiber swore
eoquisy Wau ucverear)

Rishardson and Solway:
eS

Undimary ~ Powa. tetefeu.

A tteeting of the Board ot pricul
fore with Ve behdon the 1th instang,

AN UNFOUNDED RUMOUR. | BOARD OF ACRICULTURE,

b Bit tal Statetun ob.
2 Repuit of Adsvisury Comnilttes,

panlhy the Bowd tite the Treaeury

1 convection the bay wan f tor plane

ordered by the City Magistrate da tecelve & ditter flons Mie. S, Henderson
two strokes with # tanuasind rot Afew thanking the menbers foc their vote

hours sfterw andi Wworal persuiis cabled
no he hee w imnther, Chatlote “Ueorge, of condolence passed at the last meet

(formate lea that they hed he ord that Wg of the Hoard,
heson had beew kibed by « palloeman
‘The worn knowing the rumour tobesa PP tinieion to agp a ounneetion
ridteatously (alse chased ber interviewers | Wil the Afiivan Luatomotogical Re
avay, after whith the alarming in ell. Jeera ch Committee's affer to send au
wende apread Uke wild fire throughout the | Entomolegit from Trinidad
boy, it sony lee noted, iswell | the United ‘ nd
and beariy, and attended echasl up to | the event of bls belong selected, would
a paver at any thos roomed F be giad Lo kootw if the Board wilgraot

$Me POL Guppries plication for
+ply,

Statew of Ameios,and i

eebe Lsd re | hia thiee months’ lease on ful

7. Mycolegist’as Rept.
& fatorua onsets teporte !
artment « ~
port wonton Wf Agriculture=Ite-

my

—_—
a OTE

GULF STEAMERS. FOOTBALL.

EMENTS FOR EMIIRE DAY
HEPSUNTIDE HOLIDAYS on

CLYDESDALE ve It M.S “J EOLUS '
CLYDewpate TMs. Awotent ,

BOCAS AND ISLANDS SERVICE Goal,

JA. Laver ack Ganper Hanvab

THURSDAY, Jkan MAY. 2 6
The (301 Steatuer will leave at 490 pm. J Voubes
for Chacachacace via i}! atath aud will
return direot to bort of Spaia t ane

Forrest
Koh. D. Peck feape:
Italtebsckas Adauwon

F Biuce
FRIDAY s4ra MAY, il. Unadley Me Bonhams Carver
The steamer will leave totSpain at 1K. Piggott Thom
Rang, for all stations, She will leave * Vorwards proa
Chacactacare of 3 pis, will wall stall lp Onuatns Malekin

Taylereon
EN le

Bhe wil | A. dMeQowan lowe

Uhaomiacars at 6 aw. sod will Ke
except Teteron’s Iisy, | It Curtle snerses
arriving at Port-of Spain at about 6Ban. Unesiiee
She wll) perforin Ler usua) service at | Groves Calvert

Yeferee: [ronside,
A match Uetwegu the aluve teas



eaten



B
ares, Sow Beasun‘a per bri

isary feturo thkete sre ssailable ay Moss perbel = epOl'soza3




i
ie

at
A.
Opeoulug Prue bs. | ayia »h et
. oe i 1018 S0g toy

eo diy.

(Hoge tel ‘Opening pre 1d&, . Migs, Saas 4

Lk.
1 og, ihe hilux piece Me. raha i
Me and lb.

auuwoed, veatitert, oacumbers. nu hermes
FREbTS 3
Pleutiiu- Jauske plums, carhew, . are yes uallom 3 {tua ay
bananas cbang: s. jabdad. Gewnd Mad
Maueorpote, pawpaw, joes. per owt, aw | gay

Ni
wre EUS

we. ol 4kee .

Plentifel —Gerdawue, care cae eae Fetrotemm tu ile Uw
wablits Nalin ae pat ine te Peavicum bus isan te

Vt wal at Gilde ta oy
t

v
Vee cer ey emege a fl aay

oe
a
. \

7 \ fo t ,
INE PORT-OPSPAIN GAZLITH SATURDAY MAY IL 1912 Ss

$95.00 REWARD =25.00,] | #2cnieate








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——

S81, ANDREW'S GOLF CLUB. | ORCANS OF DEAD TO RE
She sstonale and Caddios mnaleb EQUIP LIVING, a

Pholss actateh. Soore play Ve plass
nats por, whet the fel- REVOLUTION IN BUI
NIN S cH
PROVUSED IN HS SE

Bene genilemen will play against
fy oer iat Banith € Joueph Wittlaios, UFFALO SURQHON,















































































ELECTRIC THEATRE.

de Wison v Hardy formctat pee —
aE ites eae pera paras, Acarine : OF SPAIN
amr WOODBROOK, PORT-OFSE

University of Busta) budles. y eihe

who have dled by \tolence, hot i 4
are d a nvel yin,
many of abe organs, may be diemembe:

:
fi Wea v Lumpy.

met, y parts

oonstrict diseased parte of tivin

‘th Gasteaume v beunte,
Wilson ¥

x Bon, TRLEPHONE 310.
: Gappy ¥ hdmiad.
fee TAnvert Cart.

MANAGrRL, =o mises Ss«G, SEIFERT,
FR ELIT eee
" PROGRAMMIVE:

Thursday, Friday, Saturday,

tore:
and women, ot men
@ rafting process, says the a
ile pectectiy lovioal Inasmuch ae instore!
necas death from accidental causes does
bot necessarily aifect or reduce to an ap
prectatle degres the health ralue of other
ae the orgaus lumediately destroyed by
jujury. Therefore, asserta De. “Vark.
arttries, nerves, seetlons of muscular Us
se, bunes and even teeth and boses may











The above reward will be given for
evidence that will secure the conviction of

%
Cet
Â¥ gl .
Y Boandelifalvou¥ Cllftord.

iM i Newbo.d ¥ Uock Spar,





i tarke ¥ Heggio,
4 Resarien v Handuiph.
Pa. ¥, Hous y itupert.
Be doa) Hy U. Busty v diiiton Olarke,




Pa. Nude ¥ Joebua tivckies, we eed from healthy hedies, tro 10th {ith Mf
BE 5. Wins douse» kvddiy, hod trataplanted in the aneaeed peyinete ox: : Oth th. Ay.
| Ai \ kK, nme . anatomy of Hrin '
. a do 2+ | Best tiears i toa tees ie the person or persons who, on the night of «BEAR YE ONE ANOTHEI'S BURDENS."—
. ae ue may be made use of in this manner. A tA Pathetic Drama, .




‘| the 4th instant, bored a hole in our Water
Boat, the ‘MILLY,” and also stole some
provisions from on board.

| A. G. PORTEOUS & GO; LTD.

. S52, South Quay;

ath MAY, 1912.—1w.



WEA husband who Ie suddenly taken very Hl. During his Uilness bls
partners fa business rubshim. You next see them reduced Ia circastances—
the wite is oom pelled to self the turaltare—but she manages to bide all their
troubles from her husband who Is aulertng [rom an apoplectic tit. she
works hard at {ancy work which she sells an: soppore the family uaknown
toher husband. During her absence her cbiid pulls the iefap down aod the
house oatebes firs, Terrot cures the hasband—and be succeeded in extia-
watshing the flames, The meeting between the busband and wife after le

prost dramatic, *
THE WOULD DE TWIN -The fuunlest Twins you hase ever soon.
LA ROSHELLE ~Boaattlal Soouery.
SONG OY THE WILDWOOD FLUTE -An Indian Drama

“ MEN DIE, WOMEN LIVE,”

The following letter a

” ore N mw ppeared In the
oe Sastice gitasseli arrived by the wits reed with latent ne dateand
a Ra. * Dpey ° un Wednesday fberolne dothe bdvtor of The Herald 1

5 dost.) aud cu) '@ Followlog | Men die, wowen live |” What man,

BAe Ee NINATs wonde With dap ese Ted, these, fout
ad Rex 7 Benjamin hori Setting lire to | themen die thad! Une wompentmartive at
fi. Dereitiog Hv ees know, I kuow, that is_ the syiabollem 6
ee Hox vy Joseph Lyvns-—aving in his manbuod. a aytobolism of
gpaseesion ruulde dor colsing 2 years Yat nine, there are thousands of my sex,
SUMMABY JURISDICTION, light, triMing women, who consider the
p Conran Leonidas, arid ty vitamin | argc wmcntis ofa many ether Hah
a itvon and Phill len—t leason wil] pasa
me Pore pune a and eatabiisn titles over thete Hippant winds without {ts mor
protponed Lroin January pitting, Whe are the h
Ry Mary H. Mc Douats § Haward Browne hist a Teaver 18 disaster, such aa
poaod Mark Lange postjionet as above-- [ the nobility of ten, | w for th iy
mY Brongfal entry on Pistoutts Land, ness of iy aex. le 4 Weep for the selfish
BR i deurge Liodsay % Leo, Lewis Latour— Now RIZAMETH Nicisoin Watnotn,
jaooe Daalel \ sarah Ann Manewelf. | New York, April 26, tviz,
iB $6 recover possession of tan, =
i? Kdward Brown y Jamea MeDougall and
Me Mery McPougali damages for wrovgful

dary.
writes Alexsoder Sarper v Adam

La Frospass,
gicte Y. Patterson v James Kirk Slad

Damages for preferiing «charge of
Jerceny etc. .

BHeoderson & to ve. H, Jronside—
Jeagment buqwons,

Jono A. Hops, srading as Mope & Co
@ Wm. Meluroy Atwrney of Uastara
Rests Limited summons of bale,

. aro)

PI SWPREME COURT IN TOBAGO,

(From ee orrenpondents




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Peoeeen needa tastoe eer eee ener esse aheee ses eres eG nes eeend &

FOE TO RICHELIEU. ;

:
eee ne nee ee near cee sea st eHe OTe DsHeBEOEEEOOOSEHOeePOOeDese F

PART Ist.

Count De Galata faila in love with the beautiful Duchess of Richelieu.
De Oalade is plottin, ainet the life of the Cardinal, The Duchess writes
Te Gelato a letter w ich be Jropa and ts found ty Count De Louvres, bis
rival, De Louvres denounces ie Onials to Lighelieu., De Calale ls arrested,
Use Ductwan bege the King to pardon him, The King refuses and De Calals

(6 Delreaded,
PAARL 2nd.
De Lauvreta ble turn has another rival lo Count Chemwpandier, He






bITY POLICE COURT.

(Btlore Dr, Blickwood Wright,





fighta a dal infrontof the Duchess s Palace with Chempandler who fs
mounted. Uhempandler is taken in and attended by the Duchess

Louvres who lan favourite of the Cardinal repovia to him that Chempandler
had fought aduet, The Cardinal asnds to arroat bia —but the Duchess suc
ceeds in jetting a pardon from the Queen, The Queen lt retarn for thia favour
asks Chempandler to take to Soxiand a letter to her lover, the Dute of
Huckloghatn, but when giving hlin the letter ahe (9 seen by one of the malds,
The malt reports this to Father Joseph, Kichgiicu's secretary, who reports
itto Micheliey Richellea hay Cheapanidicr arrested and tortured, but he

Frida.
, ASHALLT,—Oonstable Laing charge d
Editu Charles with beating Frederick
Kuss, It was proved that defendant
tabbed Ross in tbe chest’ with ‘a pen-
koife, ‘Lhe wound fs nota dangerous
wne, Jt was defendanVs fitat vifence,

vut the Magistrate told her be could

JAPANESE ARTISTIC DE THE MAY FAIR
SIGNS TEA SETS | yu Ath oF THe -
$s to FLO BELMONT = PRSBYTERY - FONDS

Vases Cups, Plates, Saisds, Mus To be held on the grounds of Me. and Mra
tardy Veppers and Salts, ete 3%) Clareuce Liguure at \o 56,Uelwont Ctrou












ee adine nut let ber off when sl. ti : * ,
ae, GRIGKET. using the knife in that way. ile weet a Aad Weld Bultable Wedling, tre, Mr Head on boars the pala leg a man, refasing to dlsclone the Qicen'a messnire, |The
os Vu is re Pa Ducheia however had secured the letter who . er

BP CASUALS C.C V MAJESTIC Ct, oer Wo gavl for a month, u foe t, phod Che Dehes FLO WER PRIDAY bist JLCY 19t2, ahe eae him oa the rack she falnted and dropped te letter which was



al ay Bl Nase Constable Cox, of the
déar ur COnmstabular char, Geo.
Geeudls UU, Ww-day on tus Casuals | Leacock with conveyiog phoegrapie
A geound ay Z Pun 11, U. Uses, W. | piates, suspected tu be slolea, Lhe
declet, H. Juuucloue, f. Uraut, Lb. | Gonstable: said he was on board a

B bortand, tt. Vewouiet, HW. OU, Doorly | schooner and heard defendant ask the
4. Urimub, &. Nuiusn, M. Jubovtove, | captain whether a Loy had brought

& Darweul,L. Sun, L. Trestrail, «+ baud bag there for bin. ‘Lhe captain

spt Toe following will represent Majes- | yasing suewered in the alicupative,
MUP. Brewo, WW. Brancue, | showed the bag to defendant who

SB bpringer, G. Millar, J, James, Uj upened it and depowted something

â„¢ , A. Callender, V. Ularke, Ly | uno it, Complainant saw the plates
j ph Roberts, J. Maughu, | aod asked deteodant if they were his.

ips, F, Mondezie, WW. davary, 1,
ee Unpiresit ti Desi Ys I tHe said they were, and complainant
yo

hamted (o the King who gallantly destroyed it, refusing to read Ita conteats
and thus ends om ee the insay episudes Inthe lite of the Camous Cardinal
Richelieu,

Yuros Burteneiy—Mr. ‘Toto just from Africa presents
the Academy of Science with a rare Buttertly,

CURRENT EVENTS:
King George and Queen Mary laying a Foundation
Stone,
“ Rugby Match—Wales—[reland.

Arrival of Austratiaa Cadets.

——_—-

Paris Fashions,

MATIN HES
Wednesday, Saturday & Sunday at 4 pan,



STANDS 4 tr 6% 1 Quis Staite gs ty Alaig: Vaucty of Glass, Earthen, China oa ,
and Hardware at Cut rate prives to be had at ‘“ weeps , eee eae seer vibes tigeers

3 . com! oo ALZ.N) pin. precisely, Steam
W.L ROSS & Gow Bsmt use taraniney At
* The Bazaar’, 43 Morine Square mission ~Calidren sixpence. Adulte Ls,
Conoest aod Dance at 3.40 pou. precleoly.
age aa
a e:
â„¢GOD SAVD TE KING.

TAKE NOTICE

HAT the Book Debts of
the late Firm of A. W.

. ARMOOGAN, of SAN FER-
These confections are pleavant to taste aud NANDO, have been auesigedd
efhcicnt in usc, Taken as directed they pro- ‘e tho said eevee req ues:

duce free and easy actions without pain or [ted to settle their account
digcomfort. with us before the Uist inst,
1" . . afler which date all accounts
They are best taken at bedtime but-can| remaining unpaid will be

be taken whenever convenient, Constipa-| handed to our Solicitor for
tion as an after effect does not follow their |Clection ;

use as iy the care with many levatives,| SMUTH BROS df Co.
They do not disturb the d gestive organs, “se
They contain the best laxative known and
are highly recomnended for any case in
either children or adults, ‘neir auction is
best when chewed up and mixed with
the Saliva,

ARNOTT LAINVIBIE & GO.
AGONY ON
OPERATING TABLE.

Bia not Hemows spss few tlie Black d ex
Geizn Adie Bawnmedt Ac.

fp The folivwing wil teptesent tle

















A-DRU-CO

NA-DRU-CO. LAXATIVES.










having previously received informa-
uiva of ewwlen plates, became suspicious
sudariested nim, Artiviag on shore,
Lhey went to Mr. Jacobsun, photo-
wtapher, in Frederick Staget, who
inimed the platewas his, Defendant's
svory was tbat buoself aud a lad em-
ployed at Jacobson s Studio had agreed
w go to Poot Fortin and etait a pho-
toyrapbing business, the lad tu sup-
ply Ube vevessary equipwent minus the
camera, as defendant owned one which
ue would manipulate himself. ‘hey
were Lo go0n the same schooner and,
detendaut baving got on board first,
enquired whether Lhe other bad sent a
Dash. uag. He learned that be bad, but did
y ~ aut know where be got the plates
VICTOHIA C.C, laT Xt ¥ SHAMROCK C. | which itcontalned. Defendant never
| Lbs tullowing wilirepreseat Victoria | vuld the Constable the plates were his.
i 90 SHamrock yroundst L. | Ube case wae postponed for the at-
| Constantine, V. tavcall, iL So Hall, Ht. | vendance of the utber lad,

exis, X, MacNatuara, Jno Joseph, F. | Jiuerr or Curree.—David Fiotau
Gaatillo, 4. Gucuvert, J, Olacke, ©. [cca and George Alleyne, carters,
awe 1. pealey, N. Curble. pleaded guilty tu the larceny of cotfee,

| he fullowiog will represent Shanp | and Mr lt Pitrgar of Mesare Prizgar and
tN, Botan vurt, V, Maingot, A. | erizgar, appeared for then. jeyoe,

Veoh U. A. Latour, ©, Wallace, La } whu bad # previous conviction for
yrriaulh Ww Gurduus UH. Keece, | ibeft, was givea two months, while

» Winter, 1, duit, K. Sorzauo, P. | Fialaoven was sent up for s month,

ong _ UasstTxUcTion,--Voustable ‘Lhomnp

Cu —— son cha) ged Gerald Reece with having
QND OXI ¥ Or MARY'S Cle
ad Mee following will trepreesut Mhew-

caused ao obstruction with bie ae io
sederic ree’ ter the evidence,
ek Zod xt ou the formers grounus

idos H. Sebeut, L. Hamel-

defendant was Hoed 10a, or seven days,
‘ € Va another charge of refuslog to pro
ett, © Cumming, f Cumaiag, 2. | duce bis badge woen told to do su, he
| y come be Hetotoxb, Be 4 aitude, was fined bail the above amouttor
bg A oa ain
l Yeriera, LL, Bocbey, “ ”

uke term.
ka Furiove Diivind.eeManuel Joseph
he followiog will reprusent bb
"CU, a Geo JL Claike (Capt,

and Anwuy de Fieitas pleaded guilty
| pict BY UG. Warner, GD.







ae
YORKSHIRE V A}U ADE.

AY Théfollowing will represent York-
taire on Majestic ground, A. dos
weanwos (Cap, K. dus Santus, A.
dgottiol. tL A, Meyers, T, Braucols,
3,0, Vieira, F, G, Guuvela, G, Bryce,

A, Fuller, i, aunith, U. Meyers, Jl.
qi feloni iu Arcad:

wing will represent Arcade,

Welch, LL D, Alapp. W 8 Manniog,

G84, Lucio, Ht. Ularke, J. ttuldes,

pO, dH. Haddaway, A. Nicholls, b
Matcher, W. Jayior, U. Patty, i. VW.




















USUAL POPULAR PRICES <- 8c, 160, 24o,
RESERVED SEATS - = - 36a



zi



May 7th,
WIFE NOTICE.

PRUE PUBLIC is booby cesloued
agaloat gringa'y coeds w my wile
satlaaa (Growen y called Hecho) be
heving Jeft my fuse asd prison

wub a woy Jost aren AMERR,




EX “ORURO."






60 Bags Cotton Seed Moal| #408 absauceNtnrs






&t Joseph Road,
May &ib—le,

HOME. JADUSTHIES

We have a large and varied
stoch of Picture Lost Cards.
Also original shotches of East
Indians, etc., in water colours,

Hand-painted dussert doy
Joette, P.O

. - Ihe - tan Y
* Darlog Auguat tact I went to Noatiesl to con ult « specialist as I had Lbeea leys on silk , Delicious Ger-
sutleriog terribly with aun ¢ in the Bladder, He draided vo an operation, aud | man biscuits, fresh daily Kid
was asaisted by anotherdoctor, They said the calculus was larger Loan a bear cl cd.
sod ton herd to crush aud tbey co: Id pot take It out. sloves cleaned,

1 returned bourssufferiog greatly and
did krow what todo but was recommended
by a friend wtcy WIN FILS. I boughts
hox end found rehef few the pelo at onde,
Ttook » evcoud sed athrd bos of tlt
PILCAa, afver which I went back to tbe
specialist, He told me the calculus wasre
duced in size, otlll he ouald pot relere me
gt ie al hough be ttled fortwo bourse and

af,

T returaed bone sgalo and onntloucd,to
take GAN Vitel ; ony rduowd tbe rau WIAG 49 the HALE. Kennet hay, M

Ty 16 ed OB thaktbe a lor rpase
ees titty un f be sute, but in wy | dry-docking wad Fegaerelrepelre tron th | Elevators, Rall Bowring Beirae Wine
Reel fy passed be stove On Oo ober id | Ma) tolri Vane 12, It hae ineo arranged, Kove te with 10” ebesves, #04 ball
sod Ba Bow « well wen sud very bappy. git the parusission of ‘Sey ellency the qetotepal Seed ben’, tore bashed

‘ een ed Ae i brpetents the Coastal rrives of Trinidad ood tbrvoghoet, Use guedrusie whb wit Marive Squsre, Port-of-Spala,
JOU OGIN Pl ua did for me. GIN FILL | Tetage during that as vader :— abeaves and sheekle.) Hisbiny tous, Trinldsd,

a wuee they did towel f 1 On ah y 9A and s7th Alay, Krew, oo, ae and at Hcarboroegh, Tobago,
are the best medicine in the world, avd becew y ww jor me For’ farther pariteuless aod pebeer, | Aprit 17,

atlopm
life ” . Pert-of Spal
will reconawend thea all tbe rest of 0 ; A Laut 3! te ihe pa In gine son calli ot Ee, eras. Apoly te
Fe A *
Lene eet adeet Here te eave a7 demetit | Slereu relief levee | pr op, onan. (evita =a |Randolph Rust, BROWN'S
of Siler, peane of getilug rid ef the stone without bey «ut io pances by tbe | nesdey sed taking the sed
Raife ef a surgeon. UIN PILLS disseive btone or Or vel on Kidneys or [led | theace
kal ae GIN PILLS are the greatest pulvent for uric aah] the work! bee
ever know, . bie ox: nd take GIh
fe hike Me, Lasssrd's, follow emopbe a °
pritis troney retuaded it they fall to uive rebel. Sewple bor free If you



wilt be largely toc








w racing each otber with their carts. tale voyages only and w
Constable Ulack being the prosecutor,
« Worrell, P 1. Walke, J, A, | itis Worsbip faposed a fae of 10s, on
7K. A. Norman, LM, Fraser, | each asa prize, hie said,
pdelonio, W. Knox, U, , Lange. LUREATS AND MeNacKA.—Edith
GP.OC, V eTINGO CC.

devary summoned Chaslutte Hrivhine
Yeo following wil) represevent the

“on tor using qhreata bo her, Mr
Homeo eppeared for defendant who,
P.O.0, io the math against Stingo i i ¢
today i—M, Cipriaaly zs de ho

along with complaloent, was, at the
cluse of evidence, bound over to keep

&. 4, Gaunmon, U, poppin. A

neon, & plone, A. IV, Huot, J.

the peace for olx months,
G, Proctor, G. Bushe, L.

eaceud.
-. Following combination will re
BS the Sting. —\V, ltargreaves
M. Hecwr, W, Wilsva, M.
; be W, iiaynes, J. Follonais, Le
a & 0, Camber butch, N Ferde,
i sed fe r TN. Archer, U, Modeste
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BROADWAY,







adults Traseatisttlo fares.




extended beyond that Ume,
Passengers msy break thelr voys:
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=

The Board of Industrial
Training.!
TECHNIGAL GLASSES.

=i
‘WWE Tecboical Classes conducted by
[ Wie loard at the Victoria Institute
will begin « new tetin 00 1d. May
nent, Subjece: Farriery, Practical
Worksbop, Drawiog, Fngineering,
Worksbo, Practios, Typogrsob, .
Bvok- blading, Shipwrights Wer! .
¢Boat-building) and Woiksbop Ach
wmetic. Fees None charged, to a
entices, Ari
tered oer ‘or 918) & senion, each

ag — .
, 7 FICIENCY.
oS ee uly granted alter
exswinations whieb ase eid in Jeno
sxtcttion will be Bend ia FPort-of-
spp Oe toes purtioware apply te

T. B, JACKBUN,







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RADLS.P. seam packer oo.

COASTAL SERVICE
NOTICE,



OIL WELL

DRILLING MavHINGRY

ee (6
TOE poderigaed bes jast receive! par-
as, “Crown of Cordova,’ the fotiow
jog Oil Well Diliog Mechiaesy, vias-—
Oneextra besvy Bical De tek, wl eel
aod all Stulnge Shoaves-Drillio;
eee ee hea, Substitutes, Drive Vise



be given of re-embarcation,



Ot, for each steerage or deck




Vor further partie

—
YUWTLE Cc V BOTANIC ( CL,
spply to

, The Llluwing will repreveat ‘Lhiette
2 their ground w Slarvhall, UG
aaylr. Eide Nuvriga, Bo Gomes, 8
ane T de Vogue, 8, Daly, G. Fif
KMerden, J eye, B. MeLeod, 8
. Tee Hb men:
re following team will play fur

Botenie Go 1. Oumberbsh
» © Rogen, J. Busall, D. King.
fart eco, Danees

) Wition BF. rows
Willams, F. Manuusog. ,







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. Krom: (oy vic rowta 2Nw XI.
; nlte following will repaovaut Vick.
Pett XI. “dleadsevn, 4. Brgth
a H. Nurser, N. iL Ula
L é tera, C. Callender, F
iA. 8 ville, L. Philips, W seaith,



Rast
Bey. ey 2 War Bef, Pa,

pooh ber te arenes

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JUST # REGEIVED, | Royal Mail Steam Paoket
ao (PORTANT ALTERATIONS IH PA-

e “pol n O84, atier ath June, 101d tbe
od an amo lor

x "Gangos:. Traneatiantic passage will be abo jabed
aod Columad Rate will tq ia futuce,

682 BAGS NO. 1 described as Mialmum Rate whilss
supplements will be charged for sus

NAGRA RICE, | icincteret Miclsum Ratecabios
—o— reased.
Susplemsote will be ps: able tor

Spooial Clean Urhur Dhol, |= etal, sinew gieneae
the Miuiiuum iate lu favour of familie

travelllag together, ylog fur the
aingls Journey the equivalent of three

from

Return tickets will be avallatle for
21 U.lleodar taoathbe and cannot be

Bret aud second class tickete on the
Maia ldne, Hoadorsation ov the ticket
will not be pecowsary but notice must

oe beggage allowance, {no future,
will bodcwt. for each adult first class
passengers 2 ewt, for each second
clase passenger or vervant; aed l cowl,

passenger,
Excess will be charged at 74 per owt,
ulare, please






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tioning bis F; Tosa, Sepe Gousl, —_— — ~~
oseph, J. i Juewph, J, Peder, | Beoretary. | weite us, mentioning st railesl Oo Turoeto, Oseeds 73 Faget ee oe Rotate. /
ere "H CT ‘ Government Huildings. ithe bawele-are coastipaled aod Liver taspd, sake 3 stoaal Lusy Liver arriving » | san poeaey PLEASE NOTE. Tita j
Pures, J. Granyer pala. PU BO =e | ae milan ie Keno ennae | 5m, aaah party Bastar of ae | CA KETS AND OTHER COFFINS,
| ee nn ge oe ot aaa eaegenneenteal tee Te | Oo teta with Hob
a ——— oe pu FY Ct KX J Oo SE PH'S P El APAWNI CY; At Spa the" hpay” rewauste bervive a whe iebertog eget he Mee) Complete with Robox, ete.,
j MIXTURE ! = ‘ per itiacrary fur wall weeb. worigucs and " er of cap be got at short notice
e T.S.P.C.A, SM0 * >, . + St fos al! farther rofoimation apps at Ube rederii& and Quewn Streets, where be
Fo theion sald ae RB): > Cor Park and Chartatte Sta, Cenepmy 6 Ome Kat ARE Hopes to recetva bbe wenal patrumag: from .
Ze ne caged "Miinteke Fegeb weet to aot conan ee Pamocnsttiods Paoweriy ante Accth arhiy CoN ropa pnp oe af Spare Bo Phas dette = Hatin at 8 ts “e t But mM x
r Ieganigue BC (Mr Bold | Pt! douen t180 Om N NO, b Crsmirals aud Jollet begun it: We elt eps tinige te tie Lave i] A Vo hoe Dba ge preeialy overs fa bas fousieile ae tea 4 ue My ge tet oS Manage
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THE PORT OF-SPAIN

Agricultural Society, | ieenneeryacrezane
CONTINUED DISCUSSION ON






they bave done for

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the het hemnaglves

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GENERAL BUSINESS,

Ye ‘The (fecitlary announced the re
cetptof a letter frow Lloyd's Library ”

of Cineloatl, dated April dnd TMX | Sith ue Reet Cotaadin iho cen
alfeting lo excliange their three series even contined to the present, ut we

of publications for the “Proceatings"
of the Roclety. ae peu pace te look ahead so as not to be

Claims Vald ” £85 000,00) "

£40

TERTIUS WILSON,
Agent for Trinidad —Offoe 6 Chaéon Street

—— ot

ts Revenue . areduating annually aruounte to seve
Yromptand Liberal Settlements. ral thousand. The same thing will

ao



























A letter wae recelved from the Colo- 4
a — nial Secretary forwarding copy of crhat dunk we lt the. fabwee de"
despatch from the Secretary of Eiate | and of the secondar foul.






for the Colonies with refereace to the
Weet Indian Agricultural Conference
hetd here an january last with an
closure to tha secretary of State .
from the Impesial Comnsleaioner of ducement ne cle no fadlt
aRriculture for the West Indiewon the | wich the scheme for the theoretical
name subject, edacation outhned by the lmperial
meee and other documents were! pe; stinent of Agriculture, The ex
5 . . erolnation questions printed in‘ The
In the abwence of Mr W. G. Pree Agricultural News” tho time to time
man, the report on Datrict Ageicul | are bread enough to satisfy any rea
ture Societivs, prepared by him, wae] sonabte demands and a young man
heid over. waemng creditably oom the aubjects
, The Secretary read the repout of the laut Ean ought to be able to solve
Uxevutive Comusdttee of the soctety | the nore simple problems ons planta-
on the tecent Agricultural and Indus | tion or taenter an agricultural cul+
trial Exhibition, , . lage [Linon Uhing, however, to oud-
On the motion of Colonel Collens, | tine a schewe amd Te is quite another
seconded by Mr. Cleaver, the report | to catry il through. The success of

was adopted. .
AGHIGULTU Rib an andertaking always depends upon



tural school students? SA hat (eines
must they have? Whar positions
have we for them to fill? What in-

IF YOU REQUIRE
AN UMBRELLA
Go this week to

Vaughans.



















' roa y onentâ„¢ : i KBDUCATION,
. They have affine assortn: mt mat hed like all AGRICULTURAL BDUCATION. the man in charyeard our tual o-
[ their other Goods A Fredholm paper on “Agsicul: | problem is t+ get thestadent to feet






tural Education in Trinidad, Paet,
Present and Future.

PLAIN TALK.

thal manual labour is eunobliag and
not degrading To b him eathities
Asti aod bo keep him interested to
. such an extent that he will willingly
Professor I.E, Mendricksen who | perform any* practical plantation
wae unavoidably absent sent in the] work. Po get hin to understand that
follawwg contribution .—I am very | the highest: missin in bile fa nat to
mach jaterested in’ gricultural Falu | ait aetride a horse and swear at la
cation and IT read De. Fiedhoten’s | bourers bet rather ta get down Wo
paper the other day inorder that tf earth and show the Inborers how a
tnight be better prepared to discuss ft. | thingshontd be dune Purthermure
Dr. Fredholm, to begin with, speake} the ain of agriutiural edacation
of education for the agriculiurist of | sould be higher than that outhoed ia
Lo-day, that Je the man who is engaged [ the carttculuan We should aim to
in farming and past the stage when he | make leaders of p ayrest; if we can
can- go lo school, He says that this | getamanno futher than to follow
work appears to be well organised and Jin hu father’s. footstep-, we have
eMoently conducted by the Depart | farted,
tent of Agriculture and the Agricul Now whether Yhe sw heme eathned
tural Society, In criticiting that | by the Government and discussed by
ataleroent J wish it to be understood | Ue Fredholm te broad enough to meat
that Lappreciate the work being done | the demandeor nut, and whethee pro
but in judging feom what I know of | xision has been made fur capable
that kind of work, you arenotdoing [teachers or not, [ shall not have
as much as yon oughttodo. I[ ven- | time to diceure; but knowing the West
ture to eay thatif you expend five or }Judies as Tf do, will way that
wx times as much money on that | you have here much belter facilities
work you would e greater resulte| for an agrloultucal school, than
fiom tt than from any other publicex | anywheee | know of, andif you fail,
wditure That kind of work whir h you will largely bave youtsles to
in the United States called Farmera’ | blame, 1% ami sure thal with your
nstitute Wotk or University Kxten | late cavae plantations your large
sion Work, has proved of euch great | sock farme, and closely adjoloiug
value that both the Natloval Dena:t- | sugar plastations, you can give a
saent and the Individual Statesare | younguan such a itaining ae will
Jocreasing tbele appropriations for it | enable bien to fill respoomble posittuns
every year, Tt would be too lengthy | ead command a god salary.
to explain just how that work ts con Phe question of acuiley to ut





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A) Gents Urabrellax, Hornor Partridge cane handles,
** Sterling Silver mounts, Silk Covers, $3.60.
Umbrella suitable for presents, 85.00 and $6.00,
, Other kinds, all best) quelity {English Goods—
. 81.80 to 83.00,
Spring Umbrellas—Nickel Handles, only 84e. .
* Ladies Umbrellas cb'Sunshales, from 48e. to $1.80.
Walking Sticks, Canes; Riding, Carriage and
bcs Buggy Whipy—Best values in town,





























Peeve eenareaene

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ducted there, but Imay point out its | agriculture le pot a tocal on 4
chief tdaracterlstion! colony fe probatdy nut ede a,
(It fe practical, that ie itdeals | present the to lake il oup as an
_— with the farmers’ Immediate pro- | individual problemand f should nit



bluos. (2) 16 fa inspiring, that leit | recommendthat we discisn tt in com
ives the farmer a broader siew of | ner tion with the other alsictly bal
fire dt Atte him tip above the erery | problems, for fear that we will le
day alrudgery wit Butt
dinatietet with bie work, (8) It
pays, -Lecause the knowledge galned
canbe conveited into dollara and |urea interested in higher apricultacal
ceule through the facrease in yleld of | education shoukl keep close in touch
wheat, colton, coro or apples, Now | with work of that nature. When
Lknow that the same can he done | sich aoollege is established in the
bere and ft will pay the colony Lo | West Indies, either: theongh qorean
engage tore good men for that wok [ inent or private etfort, Trinklad
Bait you are short ef money and
cannot affurd more men, start will | she was prepared to offer proper in
the jen you bare, let the men of the | ducement.
Department and Board of Agricul- There le vow @ propeily
ture take a week or a@ fortoight | college in Purta Hieo ; aad
of once in s while avd f°
among the farmers and reac: the | that both
pel of improved agriculture. Dolt ] United States are lovd:
now. The colony cannot afford to | opportunity by net establishing «
show’ the world another such dleplay | tropkcal department jn connection
ot vegetables and frulla as the one ab | with some first class cul!
{he lust agricultural Fale

‘Lhe nett question touched npon by
De Fiedholas te bigher sgitcultural




& making- bin Ftine aod get nothing done,

would strongly recomend

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Therefure,in discussiog that, we will

io pisns for sah a college Nu
naturally ack, what are the results.

matter where Wt isto be aud whe ie te






























fh SATURDAY BLAY 11 1912

‘ pen,
newn a
individual studente, and I hnow what

Ih rather, froaiy the feeent report he
tet aad rearty all those that rpere wee rae i “3 Toultern

the number

that the | the greatest respect fur His Kxcel-
government and all utber pasties who touer.

would | very auall scheme of agricultural edu-
stand & good chance of securing it if | cation then startled as
wpped | schuols fallowed. ‘Chey then advanced
Uwee le ¢
out | roow fur auother une here and 1 think | aa
@ great | of agricultural education at the ocul-
Ntate- | tate worked under the

mente to the effect that such education | culture which was rust valualle aud
can be obtalued now, are nut true. At | viultore by agsk ultural inspectors to

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ACR . with wer t sation Conference, With Aart te that ae /
ICULTURAL EDUCA with the salaticn they troeived” amit | & he might aay it trae Ex Rocont Arrivala,
TION. do not blame {On for that becauesit fu y¥ prepared and he did ,
DIFFRRENT “FUNCTIONS ican sajuote ee sey Dan to pave wit ror We ae ene repre ier ‘7 , ‘
;, af edn, nl ona in minor irk
AGRIOULTURAL RUDIRS | they. Were actunily «Capable of | detaile which were made at the weet | 100 Firkins V.A. BUTTER .
EFINED, carla more or rot. that fearinthor meeting of eo coamitiee did pet spy, do.
— i eve were, t a it in the coy wae read A e .
: A GmtIMAt meeting of the Agricul. work evident did yl have tata | see Oenterenee NE tite warthen nee | 100° Tierees FAMILY BEEF—Matthows, tos
— FRESH SHIPMENT JUST ARRIVED —: Obarnoryeoleay afterncen el {nd eck here pret dealt ctahteney | Eetiete tt Due matted in pareicaice | 80k Barrels ilo, do.
« a 7 eal oi c ea e ‘
otfork Prewent were re hie Kae fn thenesinee OF Ciurwe some of whieh Ty. redo had ovtetooknd = io Doze STRAW BROOMS '
7 jovernor Sir G . em had a in hind of con a ee pe was Ver: —
FOR SALE BY iunte, (.ON.(.. presiding, Profeesc | Of the klwd. that makes, "a litte | slightly roentoned tn tbe report to thy 00 Cases 3 STAR BRANDY—Hennessy's
Le Per cms TE Kellen Me, | neta alted ae etiaiate | emer ane taken by the Ielceaies (1,000. Herecle POI ELANTS dog
. hmere Gu . a le Tha tia. | Were 0. en e ion 4 {EVER .
EUGEN E BOISS [E RE & Co Breit. Dee Osh. er ees a ee cen arith witches initia, | rove, te og taken by the, Keluostion 1,000 Barrele PORTLAND CEMENT 0.K.
J a Nertini, Hey tl. Morton, Mesara If, man an forge & head anyway. the Faiacation Departinent hag it 250 ” \ de. do, Gillingham
. je Sturaay, Norma on Nevecthetlews ats net thely th le two p these sleter tt at : 4
er, J Lek fol, i lackey ‘seay, students fault that be tuakee ty bet imecia of the Cvernment nervice to 1,000 Boxes CAN DLES—All sizos—Royal anc Eureka)
Feod, F. J Morris, James’ Arbuckle, | ter progress, (t is the faylt of the | instruct and train primary school 50 » CHEESE - Unadella ‘
ee = =z Mh Rankin, 2. Edwin Le, ge AL De aRtteultural conditions in the Woet | teachers in the elemente of agiteul- 30 a 1
Carr, FL J. Le Blanc, 4. G Porteous, | Indies, The squiculturel community | tural chemistey, All studente who wn ” ” ouda .
PELOHNI== Hades Clarke, IMAC: Mylealls | Ptatitte Taemicuiurs aie We te | audibaddtdes, many puptl teachers | ve tes CHOCOLATE—Menler
= clits jarke, . _ Fr . ecien A alttie pays, ¥ ao in tion, man: us | ere . aA S,
° io Keans, (BR. Gilkes, 2, L Gupyy. k, waking op ait things il eha 9% m ceceived inateraction ald 4 Latoratoey 10 ‘Tanks ASSTD. CONFECTIONERY
W. Urich, A. FE, Collens, H, Caracetolo { the nert halfa darn years; but in the | from the expert officers of the De- 100 Bags Venezuelan COFFEE
(snr.}. 1, Caraccioto (ur), J. Melnroy, fast tae majority of the planters | partmentol Ageteulcure Then in she b oa , . sf att
7 Brown, J, A. Lompress, L. 0 Tanien, | Have not realized the value of well | schools Lhumesives an alitempt was OO ” YELLOW DHOLL e oe 4
D, Olivierl. Carlos Salazar, N. FL Cirae | tralaed men Pts in nots oridciem, | made at practioal agetoulture, It was 100 GREEN do :
F 29 . 5 ham and De. A. Fredholm: with Mr, | [t 4s twerety stating a well known fant. | just tdening in a humble was, ” that. ee
a Edgar Tipp, Secretary, which lows nothing b being com ibe third ate) jaa the Hducation 50 ” RED do, .
7 mioutes of 1 wit fathonap t! Jepartinent had adopt was the vs. oy a . '
oY Lonbpon, wate, fuinutes of the last meeting [een Paw stant in Denmat coun tals inet of Ha shows, ‘and he Lae Pores DIDS —Heachis
ik a : . = e demand was a Hmited f. thought thow had done almust more ya ‘ s
F csxrublishod 41782. ~ M NEW MEMBERS agricultural caluales Lwenty eats thunanything rhe, wo far ae the 300 & iH ie fl Va : Brands
: —-so 5. osorea, J.C. Nrunode ai fequica, J, | ago. bat today. omay fttone are | populariong Of practical agriculture ” at m do, g arias rar
NBURANCES cffoctod against: Loss’ by Firo on every deseription of weir olecied to tnetbership inthe Rae arned ait utenti graduates Samy * a he the Coppola r aie 1,500 No.2 Extra do. ,
i i . i” wened aut abo t cuuntry aud in the ec ons a - ° .
Property, including Derricks, Buildings and Eogines‘un Uildelds | Society. | ant the secondary agricaltusal echacts | aa tt wau naw” Kven there, boworer: 25 Cases Nu, 1 GHEE—Ss. 2
Soa the most favourable terms. ANIKNT MEMBERS, teveral times that amount aince the | they had not gone far snoagh. 15 do. —tfx
cr The Secretary excueat the almence | year 1M"! tithe United Statesthere [for the same reason = that “Kay”? vy ‘
The SHOENIX f«one of the oldest ant wealthiest Ofloes jn exitence| of Dr. Morton, Vire Preeident, | were almost no demand for agtical [there was no agricultural _ ool. 100 s Key” GIN-ILz. os
god bea Branchesand Agencies throughout the world, Mesers, Henry Warner, Ieceesar, | tural gradi@ica twenty yours ago, but [Inge in Trinmded towday. Thoy 50 © OW Tom” GIN—12
4 anoaccumnlated funds exceed £11,000,000 oterhing. Gobin and others. today the seprly fe nearly equal [had po money, If javetemd of five * -
ac demand, a ough

300 * Royal Club” do. =15.

Bales HAY . .
Crates PIC-NIC HAMS
Tierees LARD COMPOUND

showsa year as now held they coukl
have twelve or twenty eo that every

vod sized village would have ite own
Retle show where—tld children of
different schouls could uivet he thought
It would do very much wore to atime

300
25

100

late thous in ‘agricultural work and 50-2 Barrels do,
lo produce those vegetables which wo ¢ I
were ev touch tesded in Trinidad and anes to.

which were so avarce, But, of course,
mane was the agreeing iutbe maw with Der, Pred
hulare views, the only question he
doubted was yhether” Triaidad was
lig enough to itave its own college. If
they could bring about the federation
8 Weme of Une West Indiew, then there

100) Bags MOLASSINE
1,000 Cases CONDENSED MILK —Nestld aod
1,000 Bags CANA DELS OATS
100020 ,, ARGENTINE do.

30° Cases OLEOMARGERINE —"Croxcent.”

Milk Maid

nude be one rere agercuttocal | 1,000 Bashets Plagniol Ol
4 eges in Ne es! velit, Fr 1 "
ORBLE FOI PATROL AY. 1o00 4, de Powel do .
ie, illces said, leaxneed with os ery 2,000 Cases KIEROSINE do. —150 >, .
carl . e . a . - “
nod he said bo from 24 yearw experi- 1,000 Haug OILMEAL
euce ae land surveyae all over tbe | 200) Bales French WRAPPING PAPER
caluny What) was wanted here was 130 a .
tot moe money “gut ware knowledge, an } ” I Ferman do, do, -
but at was s wider epizitof fairpla sg] .
ant honest dealing with those rd 10 ’ arre 4 ( LEAI PORK . ~
deserved pr leer that they, should win 250 'Tierces PIGS TALLS * .
em. Take the cave 0 rt te 25
who wae now an agricultmal ifstauc- = Bartels ' lo.
tor. Aa a teu het air. Heart had 24 "Tierces SMALE RIBS
ait successes ut agricultural work, as ory, ,
nuw. that he wan ‘and ahwadof the | 70 | Barrels . cto, .
ew hens he reertvesl @ weee eee then 25 » SPARE RIEBS
that fx as the iminium for t - . * ATA
tun: rein England. They had oue or a ” Asorted PORK STUFES .
paitone, Une interme inthe ones | gst Base Black PEPPER
ition, ny ol a the other - 1. veeue au
iy that tas chief told hin not vo 160) Boxes FANCY PIPES

tach boys oo much aml tao high a€ 7G, 000

they wanted men ta be agetcaltatists

and nothing mae People of the 500 Demerara do.
300° 4, Siam do

colony weresyinie capable aod walhug.

ae u at - + e
iaur Winat ey wanted wae auople a ,uncheons RUM - Providence, Caron}, U.S.M
aetice and reward. They sal there 19) Barrels PICKLED SALMON ,

f practical affairs and com- : hy ot .
iutactie, aud ie wae atmund two say | 300° Cases Tinned SALMON —Full Red, Red and Pink.
Una there wae ng toma for an agit 120,000,2 Bags PINE SALT”
be given rexandiegs of clase, colour or 150) Cases SARDINES
Giastisfaction frou tbe way in woiet 100 Bass STOCK FEED ;

2 asks —T,
25 Cases do. . Bull Dog.
. Bags No.1, 2,3, and 4 SUGAR.
$ Barrels CRUSITED do.
3,000 Boxes BM. SOAP—Axsorted —“Angel,”

Bage NAGRA RICK

these thinga were done, About two
yeare ago Mr, Carruthers who wasin
charge of the Butanlc Gardens em-
ployed tren © destroy the plants
there, saying he had come here to da
rubbet-plant ng As areeult, he (the
speaker) who bad, he believed, one of
the largest: ganrlene here, inetead of

ing 9) and 3) conte per plant as 20 Cases RICHMOND MIXTURE ‘ ‘
Pele etouitng, bey wanted the | 220 Bailes ASSO :
Goverment tg are etenligtong 60 Causes BLACK 'TEA —Each 50]bs,
oe ae eer e eres ee 25 GREEN do, - do.
for echool teachers, and f 1 2 4 ,
siooed oflcers fol as uiey hed | 40/2 Casky CLARET ~“Chateau laVine"
Uflvers abould prise au exdiiustion, 30/2, MISTELLA Flag :
Were thuee now employed fit for 30,2. ,,. ALICANTE do.

holding Chu posittous ‘bey did? Cane-
te oe give the Jiele the weth of
» osiatcuett that Lee poople were
wus agriculturiete Auuther thing he
noticed with the Government wae Chal
tbe biger the clrele of executiun, the
juore Iintgl became the rauge of ob»
eervaliuas OF pabdle oplolon Heh

400 Cascs WHISKY—Vartous Bratids, ~AND
150 Barrela WHITBREAD'S STOUT.

LUMBER OF ALL KINDS AND SIZES,

We are momently expecting the Barque “ Davison” with
500,000 ft. Py TCH PINE LUMBER from Florida.

— FOR SALE BY —

GEO. R. ALSTON & CO.

eo cee eee ee

H. STRONG.

but the work of such ue like
Professor Carmody should be checked.
DEPARTMENT OF AGHICULTURE,

Vrofewor Carmody sakd, frou the
tune he came to the colony 2 yeas
age he hed been connected with the

known ad the
Hoon after thetrathing

cadet system.
« pils in elementary

of Wat bers and

ily aud inexpengively (which was
important = thi with pew
scheuwe) valtl they had got a dcheme





leges, After that they had practical
education iu cennectlun with an os
gr





of extates In Je







education. In ‘discussing that quee | iweoncerned Thervie put a collage | nuary nee were offered fur yuod
8 tion we may profitably keep the pre- | there property equipped for teach Chetan, cullvetiony and the rveult of st ;
“ERM ANTLES ~ 83. G0 & $4.00 re or shorter course apart from | tropical age tcultuce, and T doubt that | the/first-years competition was most -
OVER aA. DOLE 3c anid GUC Be colle courer. jhe levies. we there igone in “reat Beitayn, Let iu Keratif wn, Bnd wrery one spoke a8 Quer must varied stock
’ y fo s—-30C , ow about in Yow eu eather and iwye the mevessit: lacuely Dig! wi che tea rH
j WAN'T si pote but the former has Ween aad ia § for Seal goad college for trapicel w thateunuection: Uf the Hoard oon of Stein enabled us to
Lan belong teied in (be verlous islaads. jagrculture, let ashelp lo work oul | dined the really yood work that it sapoply the nroxt fistiduous



had began, it woul

be of great value
te the culyuy

He was but une of muidcians fanciful require-










The went who expended the | buihd it, it will be uf help to us | thoe who rau dow ntery. His
money bana et ar ask ad to'n [FR oe cation pie permet plauler wes | that ‘jood ae ony mete
a teleg agriculture u ‘ “aTH ° . ¥ enter Ww just on ~ :
is cents and 1 dollar. higher standart? es the mote: @3- | Colonel Collens cad, as one of those Visnter ia any dS pert of the te. Violine, Quatros, Guitars, 4
r panded | oat het did | ketheught be sight be Frrvcsie ma 9 pa eee beet A eres eden Maralolines, Flutes Vio-
Or revenue thou, ie 1 ‘o vance : *
, Japan ‘Top Ta D1esy | ie five coclally' Did it help to rales | ay a wid oriwe with regard tn, the | enall pruprisiore wed shown Meo colus, Clarionets, Triangles,
p / | the oendard of jivleg, tea, jo the paper that De Fredbuls yews them | wives, in a very few mouths, willing -
3 ’ tuorals, ete. etc | On bend At leat meeting Time ond again the | jw do ali that was pecemery for the 1k
we und $3 00, Lee young man hese right to ask w pubfer§ bad bere hat seful cultivation of Ubelr Is.
- AG Golgetout of RP If 1 otudy diB- | pnd scheuses which Fie Hoard bad taken up ibe whole of IMMENSE VARIETY,
wale = SL . 35 From | #2 and paca'all the jeations { were rejected fur various reseuas. Tt the Arius district lp one your then ,
eatin 5 oe BAMBOO JARDINTERES, oan | get « position that wil perme was a very good thing & @ wa: | Larned ty the Oaroad this pear
a acetyl P/ _. ‘ a1 0 to $7.00. better thas If { bad not led, or | parative new comer . Fredhols Diego Martin and Moruge would — RASS
, g BL. te oi. os much, should have brought up the subject | fullow lu & of years ther
A DOLS ance wure for, a6 indicat: thease | hoped UW extend opesations e
, N TO P STEP W gee ‘ was wiuhto be done yet. » Bred: | uver the culuoy. Ju evansstion with
bolus referred to wees keeu | higher agriculture) edwation, thels
eS asyperd Oo he A Oud ibe | (isos at the Iabucsiag © abs
m DE of Agric oe He { ‘ dents foonm He twoe 1% on ; bad ’ °
« qj nas afreld widd ov n very istde since the:
5 With bin ig everything bel waited. iewan valy iu tbe iret zeurt = |
THE A ROA ss “cee esky |

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These machines de not bresk dewa jest when they bre needed, iike ty
conaply consttecied, Job-lot, makeshift mechines sold by Cesiera
Slager Sewing Machines

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Railways and

SOUTHERN STEAMER SERVICE.

Arrangements for for Emplre Day.
FRIDAY, 24th MAY, and

Whit Monday, 27tn Hay,

PASSENGER TRAINS.

On Em ire Day and Whit
Monday all the Ordinary and
focal Veck Day Passenger
Trains will run na usual.

All return ‘Tickets taken
between Friday, 24th May,
and Monday, 27th May, will
be available up to Tuesday,
the 28th May.

Workmen's Tickets will not
be issued cither on Empire
Day or Whit Monday,

COODS TRAINS.

No Goods Trains will bo
run on Empire Day or Whit
Monday, but all lines will be
rerved on Saturday May 25th,
and Tuesday, May 28th, when
the usual Goods Train Service
will be resumed.

SOUTHERN STEAMER SERVICE.

No change will be mate
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. Port-of-Spain,
—AND— Int Muy, 1912.

Private Boarding House,

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having secured the bealthy snd cou-
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Elward Streete Ja preptred to accommo
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OLD? Medalist aod Demonstrator of
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Empiro Day.
Q4qTH MAY 1912,

The » following ls the» provisional pro

. One, Bux Buren Rack-Open to
those who t who have never wonk pwise at
Crele Meeting. Eo
trance atest two ro rl fa Py reel.
Prises to the value ol id 02,

£ im Yanve Frat Race conn Entrance
ee 23,’ Irises to the ‘value of $4, $4

the value of Bi, $l and 8
4. One Mite Biorets Rack “pen En
trance Fre Za, Gl. Tine Lint 3puins
Prizon of the value of $10, 8) and 3,
5 Jawa ua -Ope n. Entrance Fee ts.
ew of the value of LY and 8
6 iar ¥ Mire Bicrcux Rack Open,
irance Fre 3s, 6d, Time Yin y nine.
Prigea of the value of $10, $3 and

1
7 oe Yarns Fear RAck—Opes. Tn
trance Fea is, td, Irizeaol the value

Stand $2.
now Mink Noyw Bre yok Race-40on
ditions s No.3). Entrance Fee fs,
Prizes of the value of §6, 84 and 82
9, {Tue Bovanga Five MILK icra
Race-Upen. Entrance Fee fal.
Tine Lhalt {8 ining.
snust have actual ly
‘one of the preceding Cycle events to
be eligible for this race, Ist Lrize-
A Chal eure Bllver Cup _ presented by
Ca, {to be won
twlee io eienion rk or three times
alo ether), Zand Priae of the valuo
fe. ize $3 Lap Erie a
w inners at lst Prize at each Mee
J et seg Fee 1
Yous Jour— trance Fee Is.
10, éd. Prises of 9 value of Sand
. 130 YarDes Homose F Race~-Upen, Ka
trance Fee ts, Prizes of Tbe value

yt
14 a ae Two>Mine Bicyerr
Race—Open. Eutrance Hee 23 Gi.

lime Lialt Grutos, | tet Ist priae. A
faleigh Bicycles presented by ‘the
Raletga Co, through their “ looal
nta, Messrs Smith Bros. & Cs.
ae prise of the valus of $3 3rd
rize
1% Oe, Yaros Feat Rack—Open, Ev
tra! Teoreiand oh Prizos of the vatue
of ao:
4. Tas Wiisoxs tp, THREE Mice
pe Race, —Opea, Time Lilt.
moins Competitors must have
ea raed in atleast twooft the
reced og Cycle events | to be eligible
for recede race. ist pri A
Hicycle presen! by Messrs, Wilsons
GST) Ltd. gad prize ott the valus
of Gk rd prize Sf ae rize BL.
1s, jee Juwp.— Ope Entrance Fee,
std. Lrises of the value of @ and

ui
16, Har Mite Foat Race.—Open, En
ate Fee 1s. Od, Prizes of the valuu
ol
i Tus Taweesian Swati Anus Co.
Ning Minx Bicrcte Rack. -~-Open
Entrance Fee, Zs. 6d. Tims Limit.
duimios, Ist pie. Achallenge Silver
Cup, presented by the B.S.A. Co.,
through their local Agents, ‘Mesara.
Wilsona Lid, (to be wou three
times altogether), Winners at each
mecting to receive a Gold Medal. znd
ize of thevaiu. of $10 3rd prize $3.
p prize $3

Members of the Q! QRu C will have «
discount of 25 percent onthe Entrance
Fee specified for the various events,

No third prize will be awarded unless
thers are at least elxbt competitors tu

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show. atany rate, that thie cane was
certainty one which ought to have
ciotinved among those that found
favour in the eyes of the planters
spplaure

‘ We. Murray sald they all recogaised
that they vould grow the Bourbon
where ‘they would. + While the
figures were fateresting, the cane
conld pot be got to. grow alwaye.
When plinters realised “that the

could not grow canes at $3 per ton, it
was bet erto gire u suger want:
facture altogether. They could not
inanage with the Bourbon,

LOOAL AGHICULTURAL ACTIVI-

Mr Laila moved.“ Thatin view of
theexistemoin Trinidad of three
distinct agricultural bodies, maiu-
tained move or less from the rereoue

or eo that one of the students of the aan school wanaver and an observer of
college obtained disioction iy age: ul people he thought, quietly and sslent-
tural ecience, Te dothatonehadtobace ly. teat pesaaut peopriet ors were
a fairiy}good kaowledge of botany, che waking upto these modern ideas tnd
mistrye estomology, plant disases Ubatit was simply useless to hurry
and a few other things of that kiad,-- Uhem tou Fast,
avery wide course indeeal, Thieyear Hle Eecollency sekl he was pace
the pumber of students who hadgein- they were all very tatch ubligal to
ed that distinction was four. He De, Fretholin for having given them
thought they were progress ng fairly that very excellent paper and afforded
rapidly in this coonretion. Those were the Society an opportunity of discuss
the only students iu the Weet indies, ing they wation avd listening to the
who took up agricultural sence oan various siews expreseed thereon He
Yar acthe erection of an agiicnlaial , did not know whether any con rete
ccllege was concerned that had been | resolution could be fe
talked of eversiove bd came to tne De, Fredhotm: [think we night
colony, sod he wacsure thatif they | make a atep further if q committee
had erected a magnificent building at WERT, Ahpointed to loon inte the
uot meus cost there would be nobody | ita!

Professor Carmody: There

& gointo it, Probably the number of
slupente likely to go in for it wae! already a conmmictee on age iltural

limited. Very few were able to get , education, . of the colony, and evidently operation
em meat until they were akttied | Col Collene anggested tha when | independ-ntly of each other, it te
work: Ifa young man knew howto the conunittee feued its foal report | dewrabse in the totevest af the public

that the exact woking of each body
be fully defined together with a
statement of the revp-clive end each
ia mended to wre

The motion, he said, was simply
brought for information on the eub-
ject, He, among others, hat been fre-
quently asked by several gentlemen
asto the exact sworkiny of the agii-
cultural bodies in the colony and the
object which each was iotended to
eeive, They had not been able to
answee the que stlous because they did
not know niuch about the working of
these bodies thenueelves. They felt
the need of some joformation cn the

Manage &: ovodvatate he might gtem | the matter could thea be considered
ploytaent, other wlee the college would | again
only ba oepable, Without haviog pra Phie suggestion was approved

. tralning attached, te turn out .
Ubeoretical inen. That wort of ching | opp, HIRD DESTRUCTION.
shectedited education attogethe: What representations shiuted he made to the

was really wauted, was prwctic al each ! Government with regard to the indis-

ing on Srrtles Leaching men how ta leriminate destraction of biuds in the
w colony by means of air quae.

when he wae able ta du that he would
wet enployment. and when he auceecd Alice mons discussion, Une necting
ed they woukl fiad other students | agreed.

KING GP THE Wools:

coming inand ansious to get their
Me Care read an insteuctite paper

share at reward, If the estates
wou! ve e nent z
8 inployinent. ta men who on the King of the Woods — Yam tue

the Goretnment tratued. that «heine

woull be the most succeesfal over | Sahamenaa in its relation to cocoa ft subject and they approached men who
stated in the enlony (appbaiene) He frat evbitiued a preservet epeci [they thought would be in 4 position
an EAPhaN ON menof the bbed and othet kinds for | to explain to theny so that they might

which it is sour tunes mlataken., The
bind, he walt was cnatged with feeding
upon the young cocos pode From his
renearcbes cn ate hfe history and
habie be f und that it ty more inse pf dent, hawever, he got huld ofa paper
verous th inf altlvornie, tuwhlich he found aa extract from a
His Krvellenvy wait that Mr Carr's oly [ speech of the late Governor, Sie Hen
servations were contirawed by Mi. Noore Jackson fin December 1907,
A bogus, an expect, wha lenusw collect. | After reading the speech they were
ing, herve, . etl! in the sume predicament that
THE BOURDON. they were in at the outset. ‘Ehe paper,
Mi Lamont gave same interes!ing | haweser, gave them some idea of the
statiathes of (he Bonrbon cane cope ou | original intention that was planned
afew tleids furl 2 Afver reading the | by Guvernor Jackson From the paper
retinn, the epeater said. no one | it was clear that there was a distinct
would contend that this baifidea in How Excelluncy’s mlod that
heen a very favourable season | the agricultural bodies then exlatio
for growing canes, whether Bour- fia the colouy should — be unified,
bon or other, varieties, but.these | In those days there were only the
were not fm welected flulda lo any | ‘gricuitural Suciety and the Botaale
way. In ~ubuitting those Hgures for | Departinent The Iatver, it would ap-
the infornis ton of the society, be did | pear, was looked upon as more or less
notintehd wvteke sides as to the | obuclete tachinery and largely needed
meriteef the Bourbon aod the Seed: | reformation. The odginal *Botaole
lings, which wae latgely * fiestion Department sar abelis! wt and ft was
of aol, CHimate or perham ethl more, | dechled tare-clidaten it the a
Mae a thing to look forward to bete in | of thu pusbod of growth at which the, meat of Vailoulture. One hinge was
thenexto yeais perhape Speallog | canes were cut. These gures went wA very notloeable in the speech and that

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eiltisfy their filends Bat wherever
they went for information they found
they were in the same position as
themeelves By soine pleasant acci

Dr, Predholw adidshe did not mean
the agricultural callege tobe an aca
deuic iaslitution, but one, as tu other
parte of the world, where practical
iysining must be tts paramount object,
He thought ean average that about
twothlrde of the pupile time was
spent ip practical Gainiag ip modern
agticultuial oofleges,

, NOT TOO FASE,

Rev. IL. HL. Morton sald, the progress
that had been made iy agricaliatal
education in Trlaidad through all de-
pattinents, eepecially in schools, was
astontehicg, Butthevy must remetm-
Uerthattbey coukl nut go tao fart.
The asant proprietors were not
teady for great ecbenies, Little by
littie the people were being educated
Takethe simple matter of manuring
Qaly vow had cane-farmere awakencd
to the value of pen manure He knw
bimeelf wha an agiiculbural college
costain Canada and the upkeep of ali
theeschemes they wentin for ‘That





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wee Astempt ta hate
tiontes e facts partent
apd tbe eulyaral Evclty, ~the Bo

et to Here the power a suggesting
thre appointment of oflicere of the
other Gedy. The more he read that

per the more it etruck hint that the
ate Goverdor intended that the rye
Uonship which existed betwee the
Boant of Baucatloa and the Kducation
Departmeat shoukl be the same as
between the Agricultural Society and
the De menstof Agiiuiture. But
@ original fntention was not
tarriéd out and, Instead of two dis-
tnct. departments harmonteed, they
had gpparently Ubree distinct bodles
in the colony operating separately,
and thie had naturally lod to some
misconception. Songthoughtthatibree
agricultural bodies" were too man
for a emall colony hee Trinkdad.
Ifthe. motion were adopted, the infor
mation given would be of much ad-
vantage to those who were labourin
under a mieconception and it woul
exactly outline ‘the working of ell of
these ies, 90 that each would not
vonecessarily trespase on the province
of the other, that there would be «
clorer relationship between them and
more harmony would exist in egricul-
tural- matters, He Legged to move
the resolution.

Mr Carr seconded for the purpose of
discussion,

Colonel Collens sald, they might sa,
what were the powers of the Agrivul-
tural, Society, t he did not think
they could say what were the powers
of the otber bodies,

DIRECTOR OF AGRICULTURE

EX*L ANS,

Professor Carmody said, if he might
bs permitted to assist Mr. Lalla ont of
his confusion as to the functions of
these’ separate agricultura! bodies,
he would do eo shortly then and an-
ewer any questivns put to him sfter-
wards. Mr. Lalla was wrong ia the
statement that the Botanic Station
had been changed into the Depart-
ment of Agriculture. The Botanic
Station was now only a section of the
Department of Agricultyre which was
constituted of aeveral other depart-
ments, including the Labozatory, the
Biock Farms and the Hiver estate
since the amalgamation. Agricul-
tural work had gradually developed
uotiL¢he ime when the late Governor
formed the Agricultural Departinent
with the existing Institutions that bad
been dealing with agricultural matters
bef. re, Ia the next place, speaking of
tee Agticultural Society, the speaker
had been a membersince hé can to
the colony and in ite present state it
served a useful purpose fn the discus-
sion of subjects generally, It had
a nominal fee for the ptivilege
of membership- [t corresponded
with what were called tlaoter's
Associations, Wheo {it was formed
some years ago under an ordinance by
the late Sir Heney Jackson, the affairs
ofthe, Society were transacted by a
committee and sub-committees were
fortned to deal with sugar cocoa and
other branches of agriculture. It had
departed from that practice lu the
year or twoand,so far as he knew,
the committee rarely met, but the
sub comuitees wet aud transacted
business, The ordinary monthly meet-
ings of the Soclety were the general

members, Now, the Agricultural
Soclety received from the Government
agrantof Ci which wae afterwards
increas] to £01k, The object at the
time was that the working con:mittees
of the. Agricultural Suciety would
carry out its purpove in agriculture, —
not merely the power of discuming
| agricultural matters, but alsu to carry
out experiments started with seedling
canes, But those esperiinents were
never carsied to any definite conclusion
and that part of the work fell through,
It was felt, however, that the needs of
agriculture in the colon
tather pressing {in that direction;
and, asthe Agricultural Society had no
expert officers fo carry out experi-
periments, it was Thought tha best
thing to have the Department of









ons aaiong people on the subject,






ment,

But the
where to flud
If the Government sugge:
the kuey what that meant
u

they were baw:

vor bad
even waut cf syn
agricultural bodies bere,




















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ef

weie distinct enough.

of the year.

waa

of Agticuiture,

the advance of
colony,

under the rules,

THLE GOVERNOR'S
His Excellency said,

know that the

Director bad given

Loo:
waut of haymony.

between thea. The

as sou please”

not hiampered = b any ted-ta

rules Since he Tad Bees neve
aud had been attending their
meetings be could the Agii-

mad
cul ual Soctety was condu
het harwony with other de
ofthe Goueinment.
wets alse executive officers of the
other bodie, and be was glad to see
that chey wele ducreatia F

representing every pomible interest In
Ue colony. ‘J he discuslons of the Buele:
ty were of greabuse to the Govern
Of courne, the Government
was not able tu adopt every suggestion
did not te

Society
eo

experimental work
carried out undecthe dhection of the
Government, The Board waa working
in conjunction with the Department
So far ashe saw, the
end they were Intended lo serve was
agriculture in the
It was true they acted Inde-
pendently, but, as far as he knew, there
ws no friction between them, The A,
iicultural Society dealt wi.b agricul
ture from apractical point of view.

‘lhe secretary pointed out that the
were | committee decided that there should
be general monthly meetings in fur
ture, and that they had power to do

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REMARKS.
he did not
could give Nr, Lalla
any further information than the
The three
agricultural bodies were distinet and,
atthe sanie time, he was glad
they ‘worked tugetkeR He, the
ercepticn to the reference to
He washot aware
of any ill-feeting or want of harmony
Agricultural
Department was really executive and
administered the votes passed in
the ansaal estimates, The Board of
Agriculture was a most useful llok
between the planting community and
the purcly executive department. The
Agticultural Soclety was, what he
uiight call, the most popular and “go
was

them.

Mem

one:



and

t Dumbers

MOTION DROPPED,

Mr. Laie

ught up I Street ia the Town of

tatter aAsthere were mivcon:

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CULtiva CE the habit of buying your Dresses from MAILivnps, Mra Jones,
and you'll be sure to get more wear out of them fur the money

‘ xpent than you could possibly get if you were to buy them [at any other store.

> AILLARD'S values are good.

The Latest and Most Chic in Dress Stuffs}

ARTSILK FANOY VOILES~—0 ins, widein Grey—the yard. ws

GQUEY VOILES whh Sik Stel

MAIRQQHISE CCE —La Bleck and Bare t

FANUY VUILEI—Ia Reseda, Champagae, Silvec Urey, Piakand BU ack, ia striped deg is—

Very fetching,=the yard . .

BALL SILK FRINJES ~ Ia populer
shades, per yar

SILK FRINGHS—In white, black, helio
Pink, sky & cream, at 2ic, 3 & 3,

tar~ We Still have some more of our 48 Cen BARGAIN HATS, Ht

Oue Price Only. | Value Nowhere :Like Maillard's,







Agriculture carry them out and an

Hulent staff of officers assisted by
the Hoard of Agriculture was given.
The Hoard began aa an advleory body
tothe Department oud to administer
last 1 Yhe funds which they recelyed under
special tarcs on produce from the
planters. The functions of the Board
The official
body, which was the Department,
carried out certain work
ancetings which wyre open to all the | money was provided on the estimates
A gteat deal of that work
an was

or which

tosay,
nefore,

jeted In per-
rtmenta
re of it

laughter
y ughter),
xed taxation,
GauyAler),
at gery slagle trem mendstion of —
at Agsicultur: ¥ was carefull
seine aret pode was carefully PUBLIC KOTICE is hereby given ihet
they were not able tocarry {ft out in
the way they would like it was becausa
pered by want of funds,
He did vot think theré shonld be any
eoufusion jn the tulade of the public,
be hesrd ofaoy friction or
thy between the

waiver ate he borer meant te
ere Whe an ction
waatof harmony, but he bro 1

lke & 183.

eat three iouds by ibe same were or les
chews te the glean drawn ouibe Usitit
sate of Tile in Volome CXL, fits 407,
eat Loanded om the N.ith pactiy epou
wud of Buckels:
Hastitajsa on the South
Peoniah on the Kost party oy ard o
Heddoo and partly upoo laud cf Jbumou
sed onthe Wess

BALE FOR FRIDAY THE let DAY
valay, iv12

the ‘Conreyauclog aod La
veyanciog woot Meopert:

Ordiasace Nawber 74 aud covtalud oe
auolied few certale deed of Muttysze
teuletered as No, 3543 of 1007) und made

the owe part and Mond Isabel Warser of
© ber part, there will berutuap fir sale by
Pubio Auction by the andesigued at

Friday the thiny-frot
Letween tLe bours of


















fou have





eB



lere are a few :




pet



47 conte
49 cents
e0 crate




a—Eaguistte Dress Materiale—at
sceptionally good value a




as ©) centa

TWO-GOLOVR SIL4 FOL TACHE
BRAID—In grey triwa, & other
shades, per das ya de

SELF COLOUR 90UL Mt HB Por tein
ming deessss, ps dizst yards 18




HAT SIRDLES

In Assorted Shales,
a] Svuros 43 CENTA,






















| Free faserzace,.



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—— a? a cee

membete to the fact that tires were

threatening them all over the country; N otice.

theizforeste were being awept away, | SALE F Olt FRIDAY aue diet Dat
‘

their’ valuable plante consumed and

there was noone authorized o1 be- VBLIC NOTICE ts bareby pinata






half of the Government tu organize
ange for the coutrol or cLeck of these | 1 Ha exercise ul Lie Bestetary freed
thee : Coaveysica aid Lawl Paty
fia Exceileacy sald, be was under pave, Nv. ‘ud cuotained ee

the impression that the wardens aod

irate kt



thelr ward officers. bad been doing |] 124 (tet) Alcauteiuum ot i va
Namber vv, de ed tbe tweety and a
tee best, He would, hawever, in- 3 aly 1a the year 19Ll, wae i
* Og aicellio Lit guches by laveur
ne reg Glatke sald. that was the first Allred L iene
After Mr, Mills had given ef notice of te ud wate by 2 aug Me 1
ersyved at bur Anuws Mat, ie a
motion, the meeting adjourned. Sn Cinene bureet, in we Towaet ‘i
= = = J of-Spsin on Kridvy tue tbr yore &
ST. JOSEPH HARVEST May 1112, between the bvare of aot x
, lwe pat “a .

* All uv 6 two several pirocs ot peg
ef tna aud Cucvs Plabreucot im : P
the Ward of Turure ww pre led BB
Criotdad, the Fust tbenut oa 5
Cwenty-tour acts, inree 10 als and ERS
six perchos ov (ue sewe wore a gre
dwested aad deacriod ia the gle 8"
did {raw nttacoed 10 Sue ews vraee
Vicente (5 aslee registred 8 you
CLUL, tule 457, mud apetieg 7
BpOstbe Lesial Reuge Heaorry Set Ry
Upon 4 lives seootred bay mas BBA

FESTIVAL.

A Harvest Festive! willbe beld at
the New Eilgoa School, St. Joseph,
00 tomorrow, Mundey the J2¢h inst.
Deeakfast at 11.90 a.m,
Local trala Jeaves Port of Spain for
St. Joesph at 0.0) a.m.
AMcHlugh's string Hand will be in
atiendance during the day.
A hearty welcome for all.

ey





THINIDAD, Het Opuu isdde cow of lady a
TALE TOR, BESRRAY TUE 197 | Gry "Liovee heey none tg IRE
DAY OF JUNE, i912, {ot by, Laurence sew O00 ee Be

Sow or latey o: the Crows,

Aud tne Baoond there eoatsag dt
ectes be (he vate mure lee team 2
and cexr.bed iu ‘be La
tached to iue Crowe

law p

tabs te. By
Many segirerca ta Velene F
283 aud aiutuivg Nora epee soe oe
thaoge Ht eerve, Suach vpas 6 *

pustio NOTICE 4s hereby given tha:
; wi oblate of tbs Bower ut Bale con-
ez ou Slurtyagees by sBVeyR Clu;

aod Law of Picper'y Ocdinsnce Te, com
tatoed jas certain Memorandum ot Mort
gewe No, 12) dated the 23d Alec jUUE,,
irveg Mirosing to Nerloe Mebara}, (bere

wh Gs Op for sale by the ondas'yned 3 * fi
th bis Atvetion. Alatt, No Ws, Lieriis | oetted Sony uve wuss ben net a TS
Prumesede inthe Towa of Haa ¥erpendy | Petiioucd for oy Viecna Gareeg Bag
04 “Tamdsy ibe lie dey of Jace Juz, | Vers wpoa tasde oes
between the houre of aod 2p,w, Crowo, taaider wit ee tt
All that parcel of laud st uste io the | Here Lelougiog, weds saa
W cd ot Houh Neparioe West fa the | eworenuuy uF Pinas an
Tetand of Trinided, quapr elog Fuucace, | U4 te) uti dey ob Avail Bee >?

mn 1930, aur mace vy the

1ny Bicp.cores i¢ tervus A Bee

Werren acd Kdwad dvepa 8 s-_

scouring 4° to heat oti 3

Hee buudios d sitace ond bavenest & oe} '
Dated se teats ony of Mop OD

yesrot vars ofa, viz

F. J, SCoT? & 808

bad pee Uy feu a
y ind ot

by anda cf Marsibej iv,



Doted phis ih da as . elt UO reruuted au
— Avcuioverr, eer
Notico.

A GREAT BATTLE

Thousands of Victims Rested
to Life. 4 a

| DUES: the last (hive mouths 6 i
Dien ide been biseding &

IC is tie easiest dye to tied 8
Iteelf, oniy water bvlag
real ifgbt ix w redve with 6
The prowure fa this Ge;

80 Creat tat (he uyelag oatiery |
enuirely and had ty Ge rule
pallor» out uf fn had to be repiacel
jargea oles tu met re
anununlte sas thas Chenkadl,
Other Layee beniss were Gee
Oxhaunien causing mou Dasteey
deisy Bul ve an BOW jot ton

salay,

fa exercise of the Btatuiory Lower

(a Mortgages by
y

ae




oa .

a0

tha wwentioth day of Augasd 1007

a
. se

weea James Allert Cambterba'ch of

4
re

Le

Acton Mar, No. 12,8. Vincent

tuk

Port of-Spaia on
day of Mey 1912,

Now that the niatter bad teen ez: 000 aad two pm, BUPA ION Oy every una! from ap
ined, be did not think there would years sabi ded ot Lousy dated'tte Santina eat rye nae ~
soy Joubs ia the minda of the | iweat tb day of Augusd 1007 (regiavered | Vont setay in sending te hee ‘om
People as No, SoZof JUU2) of and ia all ches | iret to tie sattie eld OU ye BB V4
wotion was allowed to drop. eco Or toed land oituste at Ci George suvet Wure bn OA a B)
AGRICULTURAL FIRES, Wage, Bangre Graude fo the Ward of | {arther uss of another wae oe ¥:
Owing w the letences of the hour, | Twae ta ine Iatand of Tit Wea. fT tiou aoe ia progices May 10-| ih
poaskleration of the following motion | haviag a froatege oa the Haliwsy Ttead _ A
e nea of Mr Bi Clatke wae bly feet bys feet of axty leet aod J ° -
F ee _ og O20 orth epon leads
vena aL for tbe protection of cultl- | said eos Isabel Warner routed soars Ach ft wet get slag od oe
chdeatel ae cc eegthuction by sc: f James Holder om the Hoatn spon the | While wteasunal wore wot Soa
Go. aliclouly och fices, the | Seagre Grande Hallway Roed on ihe Kas | Sitalliy Ju wove the ch &
ects eet, Giked to take such | upos the * sMoote Cristo” Keiate Koad | KrUw thes parwsiten wut bb Sy
of droop: Irs ihemdoatt ot Keaicd | we the West upon landa of the sald Mvad | Sad xinited, WUILRD Sb a
to the Realus jeabel Wareer, together with the cocteves Ch ie naar ;
oy alny of ihe talay season, | aod other balldings erected thereog aud ae iy ager Lia

Shoes.

siuu of the malias
the

eat grb amet ‘elt bee pele
iv.

larke sald, jpendigg Use duwous-

Milemliog uf

ihe Bretbeve

= owe

draw

18004

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ol
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Ey (lenuine Wats rproof Materials, from $8.00 to $20.00,










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Theapeech had not been fully reported, {
however, and it had been thought
desirable to get a resumé of it pre-
pared so that the Secretary of State
would bave both sides of the question



(grandsoniand A. Murphy
Willoughby, Mra 1.

Io M'r Dp.

Meury Willoughby (sona) J. Reverand, | MOVEMENTS OF STEAM RS. |

L. Coster, (son ia law) Lo Reverand

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Na
ee

The Attorney General then spoke of
the constitutional pointe involved,
showing that it was not the intention
of the Secretary of State to aseail the
rights and privileges of the Combined
Court. The Altorney General made
& vigorous defence of the Sei retary of
State's attitude, which he declared
was exactly as he wasentitled to deal
with the matter, aud that bls action
throughout had been consistent. Ke-
plaluing the covatitutional aspect of
of the position sir Uros-ley went iota

lita MAY, 1912

THE DEMERARA LECISLA-
TURE.

THE CHIEP JUSTICE’S SALARY.

Tue following fe taken from the

merara Arpory Saal

The second special session of the
Combined Court which was opened on
Tuesday last, 7th [ost., for the purpose
of considering the motion of the
Government to give effect to the des-
patch of thetecretary of State as a
condition precedent to his favourably
coneidering the pro | for reductug
the salary of the Chief Justice, brought
together all the elective members at
presentin the colony, After Hie Ex.
cellency had brifly referred to the
circumstances relating tothe matter
Mr. Gackin er quired w bat cortespond-
ence had taken place in relatiun to
remaths by bin’ with regard to the
reduction of pensions, to which allu-
sion wae made by tho Attorney Gene-
talin hia minute. The actlng Gover.
nor replied thatin consequence of the
remarks of Lhe Attorney General in
reply to the bonourable member's
nition not baving been published in
the officialreportof the debates it
became necewary for bimtoask the
Attorney General to furnish him with
a resumé of the polots upon which the
local penaion law differed from that of
other colonics. The acting Govetrn-
ment Secretary afterwards proceeded
tomove the motion, which he stated
was prepaied in accordance with pre-
cedent established when the Pensions
Ordinance of 1513 was before the
Court, Discardiog altogether the
question of the retention of the
salary of the Chief Justice at £1,800,
the Acting Goveroment Secretary
addressed himertf wholly tothe other
questions of pension. He contended
that in ralsing the question of pensions
the Bevietary of State had been con-
alatent because be had never been able
to express bimee!f as wholly sathfed
with tbe pension law of thecolony as
It now stands, Wheo Colonial Secre-
tary, be recalled. Mr. Chaviberlain
commended tbe adoption of one ani-
form pension echeme to each colony.
pointing out that the Urdloance which
was then under consideration by the
Combined Court “will be different
from those of other celonles Io vari-
ous important particulars and the
ovly apparent reeult of the altempt to
amend the Jaw will bethat the Colo-
nial Service will be somewhat less
attractive in future, I cannot con:
not consider that this result is satie-
factory,” continued ‘Mc, Chamberlain
sand iam of the opinioc that the

ferable course would be to adopt

be Model Pension Lew as fair bob
to the tarpayere of the colony av:
the Pubbe Service.” The acting Gov-
ernment Secretary said this line of
action had been conslstently press
ed op them by the Secretary
of State, and dealy exhaustively
with tbe vasious points of view
which showed that euch @ course was
both desirable and fair to public
oftcers, Mr, G, Garvett ri
the whole question, remarking at the
owteet that the Secretary of State
evidently thought the colonies wero
made for Government ofticials and nut
that Government officisls were made
for the colonies, and that It sppeared
the one idea was Loses what was Lhe
biggest pension that could be ocrewed
outofacolooy for the benefit of ite
officials, After referting to the cong
titutional rights of elective measbers,
Mr, Garvett directed his criticism
more pecticularty to that portion of
Lhe Altorpey General's minute deallog
with the pensions of Judges, an
phowed that Jt was fallacious to con-
tend 00 far as this coloay was con-
cernet that they were entilled to
spectal

PO
SATURDAY,
































































tem of toting of the salaries of the
Judges, when they were removed
from the Civil List and aecured perina-
neotly by provielous of a scpamte
Ordinance, aud valid that when that
Urdinance was pissed, bargain was
struck between the Crown and the
Uourt. ‘That bargain or agreement
could only be repealed or altered by
the joint asscot of the patties to it.
The Ordinance not having been s0
repealed or altered was at present
effective and the Court was bound by
ita provisions, aod the epecific salariew
thereln voted, until seme alteration was
agreed to between the Secretary of
State and Lhe Court. As tbe Ordinsaoce
was inetfect, Sir Crossley held that the
Sectetary of dtate had theiight to
appoint ‘a Lew Chief Justice at £,W00
® year. Mr, Duncan said it was the
duty of the electives not to allow the
scale of pensions to be increased in any
shape or form. Ip thls view Mr. ue
sell Garnet agroed stating that from a
flosnclal puiat of view tbe colony at
prevent was unable to do more thao it
wasdoing. Me was sure that there
were scores of suitable inen in the
Civil Service of, other colonies who
would accept the position of Chief Jus-
tlee bere at £1,000 per annum and with
the exleting sension rights, The actlog
Government Secretary poioted out
that the salaries of ‘the Judges had
been permanently determinet and
thatthe agreement wade with regard
to them between the Crown and the
Combised Court covid not be deparud
from without the consent of both par-
ee tothatagreemen’. Inreplying to
the debate the acting Governor ex-
presced his regret at tbe termsin which
the action of the Mecretary of State in
this matter had beon clticived by
(bree of the members and be had

the Alloipey General be trould have
had sce expression of regret. for the
accusation wade agalnet the Secretary
of btate that be had expressed himacil
In terme opposed ta the coustitution of
thecolooy, That wasone of the strong:
est statements that could Le made, he
sald, with regard to a Cabloet Miniter.
Hie Excellency eimphaclzed the point
that there was no Intention whaten
ever on the part of the secretary of
Btate to forcesnythingcn the Court
which was captrary lo the: onstitution,
and then went on to epeak of the constl
tational rights of the Cout and to juw
tify the retary of State's action
The revolution op belog put to the
Court was lost, tha twelve elective
embers vollog agaiavt it

FUNERAL OF MRS, EMMA
WILLOUCHBY,

After a Niagerlng Mness which was
borne with complete resignation, Mra.
Ema fpube Willoughby, mother of
Mesers. tlugh sod Heury Walluuzbby,
of the * Bonanza” and the * awres
reepectively, passed away at hee reol-
deuce {a Dundonald Street, ou Tuer
day eveulng last. The deceased was
anative of Barbados, but bad been
resident here for some yearepast, The
fuoeral took piece on the following
afternoon w ¥ Balote Chuscb, New
‘own where the ceremuny wae Pwr
formed by the Kev. Canon Hombere-
fey, The service was fuily cbural.
Mr. EL. Durpett ided atthe urgeu,
the hymns oung Lelog “Jeeu Lover uf
my boul” apd “' Peace perfect peace,”
Tbe beaters wee Mewrs. Hugh aud
—





neideralion in the manuer







the
altew
with

pe bad been msde to juterfere
t

and privileges of the
Court. IN ar ee In speaking

aint the motion, protested egalost
the “Star Chamber method” that bad
bees adopted tn sending the Attorney
General's wemorsduns to the Becretary
of Btate, Had the acting Uovernor,
he sald, pot had the goodness to bring
the weworendum before the Court
pow, not s single memLer would ba
buown that it bad Leen sent. The
Atlurpey Ueneral explaloed that the
memorandum wes @ were repetiion
ofthe spewh be bed wadv to the
Court whea the wetter wes discussed,

Tuy Conssnn Wire Trey Cong.
—The Vegetable Compounds of which
De Kelloggs eae PINs are cow-
posed, usaioly ceidelion and man.
drake, clear the stowach and lates
tines of delecterious tual eg sae
reatbre (be deranged we gnosto healt
ful action. Hesce they asp the beet
rewedy fur indigestion available to-
day. Atrial of thea will estabdloh
the truth of tis or and do
more to conviuce the silleg tban say-

Thies of these

pee heh ae te

the history of the change iu the sys) Mra



















daughtecs, Mra 1 Welloughby, and
Milas Reverand, Mivers Ruby and omy
Willoughby, Masters Liank and
Mortis Waloughby, Messee, OA SS
Johnson snd LL. Reverand (giand
children) Amongst Lose follawed in
the cortega were Nera, Moward Kiog
Mre. 4.8. Connell, Mrs Colston, Mew,
and Miss Driggs, Mre. Abbott, Mia A.
Nurse, Mise Atkins, Mis G. Lo eo,
Mra, A. Murphy, Mis. Roberta Misa
Chadderton, Mrs, O Neate, Mive BOD
Costa, Mise D, Belleranad, Man, Muster,
Boruo, Mas. Martin, Mrs,
“flax, Mra. Deeble, Mra. theade, Mies
Perkins, Misses Deeble (21, Mia
O'Hnen, Mus, La Forest, Alie V.
Comumlslong, Muses Hunt (2). Mes
Vau rosvon, Mia, To Sanabtia, Miew
Jackson, Mise M. Inolas, Miss Clair
monte, Mis. 8, Counell, Mesaa V.
Otter, Lo Mpipby, G. Mt atl, A
Cipritnl, 8 Bayne, Chailes dSealy, 1,
Pugrim, ! leid, t Moutett, 2. Knos,
C, Nanton, RA. Junes, UH. Bornn,
J.+,'‘Thurue, Walrond, abot dG. ‘I
Dest, G. 8. Bonnet, J Redinan, Hi
Clarke. W. McLaan, A. Austin, W
Gaicia, Seaton, HB. Sealy, 0. Hoach,
A. beale, Landeau and H,
Faure ~Numerous = flural tributes
were rece lived from telatives, fiends
aod eympathizers, ‘Lhe concludiog
pertion of the burial service at the
lave side was perfurined fy Canon
Hombersley, and the was
faterred in the family allotment at
Lapeyroure Ceme ery, ‘Lhe deceased
leaves eight childreu, several yrand-
childres, and otber relatives to mouitt
their Joss,

TALES OF THE SUPERNA-
TURAL.

SOME STRANGE EAPLRIENCES

ATVAUNTED HOU,





The most remarkable ghost story
I knowtaidld of an eustialiao ho 41
tal says the Landon 4: prass an iol
lowe :—

Oua night a wowan was cared
there fom the stieets in a eestous
condition, having been knocked down
and injured by a cunaway hore

Ao ration was necessary, bo bho

0
hoped tbat after the explanation by livia taken toa private rouu and well

cared for, but it soon became evident
that ho human efforts could save het,

Asthe end (apparently) diew near
the passed into wild delitiana, and au
tinually cried out awan’s name Dur
ing afueid foterval the doctor quer
tuoned her, and feund that her bie
band had deserted hera yuar before;
ebe had been wanderlng about in
search of him snd wae seduced to
sbeer destitution when ebe wes with
the accldent.

She grew worse, aud wothing could
atop her wild outctles, 4 amall biases
gong stood on tha table Leside ber bed
and she rang it contioually. The
nurse teled tena ring tt, but this threw
the patient into such dangerous parox-
yeie that she put the gong back sgain.

Three days aud nights she,lingerod
in the ulmost agony, loog after doo-
tors and uurees hed givcu up all

hope.

1 ECHOES OF THL GONG,

Then she pussed awey with her
husband's nawe on herlipa, and the
echo of the goog wtill suuodlag ia
the variow juotn, as she bad elruck
it in ber Last deperate struggle Ww sua
mon blw. .

‘te thleday



the sound of the goog is
heard at thet hour jntbat rou of
the buspital. Nu patients are ever
plaved there, aud it bae had two be
given upasa telrona. for though
gurse afive nurse tried tu sluep tbee
some utterly iguuraut of the tuagedy
—the pound uf the gong from tidoighit
to th weiu the morwtuy, kept thee
awake.

One of these hurses & strong.
healthy eensable aud rw wlogly level-
beaded wouan—teld me etory
aume years ago, and then one of the
docturs of tbe bospitel adwwitted is
when J queativued bia.

1 wouder it the souud of tbe Suny
vebuse tov, in the husband's care’
wouder iCitrang iu ble eure dursug
those Lyure of the wumau's ayuny ?
woader if lt will bauat ble UT be cou,
comes lo diet fupreas





Nothers can eaolly know wheo their

uled with wuruwe, an!
eee rrea uo dure in applying the Ucel
rewedios- Muthvr Urares! Worm

sterminalos,

Kompkiljke W. n-
3 discho Maildtenat
Tue Rovat Doren Maru |
—AGENTS

Heap Line SEAvICR,
RANJE NASSAU ~The Hoyat Dutch
Mall Steuer Oranje Nassau” ts due
here from Venezuelan Ports an or about
Jlti May 1012, proceeding afterwards to
Paramaribo Havre and Amsterdam taking
CAyEO, Passengers and ntalls,
P INS MAUHITS —The Royal Dateh
Mali Steamer “i'ring Maurits tw due
here from Anisterdam via Varanianbo
and Bem aon or atonal Mth Mav i 2
[roeeding afterwards 10 | Carupane,
uimana. Guanta, La Guayra, Pto Cauelio,
Curacao, Jaciocl Aux Unyes. Port au
Vrince and New York taking cargo
pasNenzers me tay tts
JRINS FREDHIK HENDINK -—- Tho

Bloyal Duck Maiti Steamer “Pins
Viegitk VMenditk © i, die bea frum
Vane Jon Porus on up absrut oth May
ine ae veoh sfteeward to Paraa
abo Davie and Aumterdaw tebing argu

Passongers wtid mails,

Se honaklyke wW solu.

dies Majid tunat

New Vout tarsus tbe
Meret.
Tha oval Deree MAIL AC ENIE
Marowigne

x [ARQWHNE TThe a
4Â¥1 is due back bers fro Varaaarily
via Barbados on Cuesday 1b May 1013,
and wilt leave next day at novu precisely
direct for Now York takiug cargo passen
Bers mul mails,

UPPENANE. -The as. ‘Coppenaine’

fa due herw feows Paramaribo va Mon-
day Mth May 1912 amd wilt leave next
day at voon precisely direct for New York
taking cargo, pasasngers acd malls,



£4, Seebery Line of
wh, Steanters, ‘
Gra. KK. Atstros & Co
—AUKA lo

CPMRY MM The se Tegan” fe due nere |

from Motlie an the [ith May, proceed
ing aftecwards to direct BMoblle, taking
Largo passerogers and malls.



be 'onden grec

me of Steamers

Tix New Cotosian (0
Lrp_ AuENte

aA.-The 56. “Scisana ‘ledus
badus aod



Shigetan
kD here from Londou sla Har
Grinada on or -Lout Xb Nay 3018 pro: |
ceeding afterwards to O.nwrara, taking
Luryo, passengers and malls.

|, tamport & Hot Line
- uf Stermere

Cuore HK. Avaton &
Co— Agents.

TENS sSON The as “Tenayeun 1s
due here (rom Santos on the ith May,
aud will leave the gaucday for how Yor
+ia Hartados taking cargo, passengers
and maile + .
VL OLTAIRE “The an, * Vottalre

due Lere from Huenos Aires ou the
adh May aud will leave thu saaw day for
New Youk via Dearbados, tabiag cargo,
passengers nud malls,

is



Trinidad tine of
Steamers,
TRINIDAD UPYING AND

T = Ad EN

RADING
MaRsce. The as. “Maracas* of
NE Titnidat Line will bente ‘Te
fur New York sla Geonmla oa the
May 1012 and te due ty arrise there on
May With 12
\ AYAILO.—The as." Mayaro” of the
+ Triuidut Live wlll leave New Yuk
for Lrin dad dimet on the [0th May lvit
aud io due to asrive here on day eh tale,
WMLOWN OF NAVARA — 7.
' Crown of Navarre” uf the Trinidad
Line will tonya ‘Iciuidad fue -ew York
direct on the [10h May (018 ned indus to
active there ou May wa, .
(RENADA.—The a8. * Grenada of
G the THridad Line will leave Prinklad
fur New York ‘ia Grenade ve the Ulet
May, 10 4 and ls due te arrive thers un
May arb |

old.

\ AKACAS.- The wn “BM. ‘ of the
be Teividad Line sill leave Now York

Trint ad vie Grenads on the Slat May
Wid aud is due toarsive noe ou May Suh
ive
Max AKO ~ Lhvea * Mayuo’ of the
SVE Teluited Ling will leave Tebaidad

for Now Vurk direct on the Siet May iv?
aud ja dus tuarise ther oa dane oh ivi

Le Velove Navi s
<3 mong Nala a
‘Tw Naw CcostaL Uuw-

tany LTD Aunts,
VLA bt MILANO Tee we “Cite
di Milano Is due bers from Gsava,

Maresillh. colons aud leuerife un o¢
abogt [ith instant, proceeding alterwords
to La Gegyra Pus Cabell, Cares,
Sasauilla, Ligon aud Culug, Mas

ware phewrgesy tad insily

4



AGENTs,
UADELOUPK.-2be French Mall
Steamer “Guadeloupe' ts due here
from horope. via Caadeloupe and Marti
ique, on of about Ducsday the ith May
and will proceed afterwants to Carupany,
{a Guayra davaniia, Colon and Port
Limon, taking Agere tally and carga,
{T. DOMINGUE —The French Mall
Steamer “St. Domingue is due here
from Demerata on or about Tuesday the
ith Nay and leases the asine day for dt,
Lucia, Martinique, Guadeloupe, and bt,
Nasalte taking paswuger, walle aad
tare,
(fe ADSLOUTE.~ Pha Trench mall
Sleamyer Gaaleloupe’ in due here
from Ve nesuelin pusta on ur about Thure:
dy the 30Uh May and will proceed after.
wants to Martiniyue Gnadelcupe, Saptan:
der, Mordeaux’and Havre, taking pagsen-
wets malls pad cargo
sf DUMINGLE —The French mall
dtenmet © St Dotutngue™ fa due here
from faupe via uadsloupe. Martinique
ant St Puc, on or about Thotsday tha
Wh Mis teed will procecd alterwards to
Demerara snriaus and Cayeuus, taking
Passenger. quads ated Cargo,

°
Hamburg / mori-
< - can Ling
Paul H ScHERiER & Co
AaKars
TIRGINIA.- Thea s. “Viegioia of the
Ilauburg Awetioan Ling fe due here
from Vonevnelan ports on of about Mas
ith provuweding afterwards lo Havre and
Hfauburg sia St. Thomas, taklog cargo,
paasongers aad maiis,
VALABNEA, -She am, “Calatila” of
the Hawburg American Line 13 dus
here froin Venezuelan portson or about
May gith, fronting, afterwards to
Haseo and Hamburg via St. Lbomas,
taklog caryu, pasecngers aud malls,

tech 4 Froderick Teyland



&, ompany Ltd
Tug New Covontat Cy,
Ltd.—Agents,

“Aloerian” ia

A LMENIAN Thes.s
Z1 due here from Liverpool via Barbedoe

proveedio after-
wanls to La Guayra, }'t0, Cabvilo and
Curscxo, taking cargo

passengers aud
mmalis, (f quarantine parcolta, 8

Glasgow Direct
Lino of Steamer

Truttpan Siureie@ axp
Taavine Co—AGENTE.

MOWN OF GRANADA=The SS

Crown of * Granada” is dae here from
Glasgow 1sa Barisdos on or about the
Mth instaut, procesding alterwanis ta
Demerats, tuklug cargu, passengers aod
ura!

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.
ARRIVALS,

Caiatina, Brit atanr, Tebbs, 1.601 tons, 33
hoars, Demerara, cargo If Freasit, Tu
Royal Mall Reeam Packet Co.

Mitave, Vensa alo Joecph, 42 tuns, 1
day, Cristobal Colon, 30,000 cocoate,

3 hides aod 10 jaevengers.

schur, Giularte, 2 tons, If
houra,tristobal Colon, 10) bags cuooa
aud 13 pasae!

ngere.
DEPARTURLS
Faurnsann, Norweg. stuns, Ulu, 4

on of about 27th May,





5 Lage cocoa,
Uivoa, Venez

toma, Osyoune, 3003 pkze tranabip
ment 2) boxes caaned meats,
$30 ets unto, Soases tea, & b

rlee yi bare salt, 4
and ee
tan Lad.

lob,

ALK ny Beit om schar, Deeker, 249 tons,
ra elplla., Ie, UA, A Trint
dad eocouuts, Uy George ¥. Iyggios

kay Chlae ae a
i Bordou Grant &

and Co, .
8: Cnosx, Danish sims, Kall, 165) tons,
St, Vincent, Trlaid
ye indes, dH bas
a aud fy Lae flvur, ty a it
a paeuutre. jourge
Alatya & On 7

vax thu 1th twat, at Tro choek
prety BMeglebralio; choses af

“Hails top Paraaesite

Rasesu ' wit be putea Vie at
pew. Hagia at Ake
fat tor How yt oe “Dare
wijue” will te io Seaday ith ot
u il a ae = Crews ft
io
Nevers be “ Tus ne
\. 12,
age Maron far wit be the
weeds) t imeten e ny
} erecta Regivization a hh

ant aaah ae. sata.

ate




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R SALE-Cheap.—O ener leaving. “i " ‘ANCE! ~ i] 9
“you POR RENT. (Vlatinite Biter gear ore | 608" AND CANCER. AUCTIONSALES NZ OS.S. * ri
- - arness a re 5
Shouse, No, 117 Woodford Street by Obes Doswel bred American PROFESSOR Ru! Auctioneers, Valuers, Bslate Agente
for 3 of 4 mootha, Beautiful Mower strong a} ful mare. Uolt ‘and Accountants, wom Newport py a
rr TW 23 0E> nw
South Quay or on premises—-May 1th | prodgers, 30, Queep'é Park Weep —— TRE CITY SALE ROOMS, ™
= _— Mey t—im. -Profesror Dr. Paul Ehetich, the cele.
Delle-Vue. The bealtblestand best 77 Hecry Biren © four y ” Ereelve me at the Royal Uoolereceized foreale at all umes
4 t egert’s or Kxeperiine ey 7 .
flay, Srith all convecionce fore args basiness place mooring 128 feet fo Therapeutles at Frankfort oneMain |e St. Pinceut Street,
be noceprel, tee, ALD perti-
3012 Apply to ALsent A, Hixcent, | reseonstle ofter will latest achlevermenta, and particular! cold at aretu.el prtee
y & all particalare apply to St. Hill Boyer at “ON "(the ¢ t ealare and order ta view 01 appliaction to
Renard atorn, George Bustle O88 | i Pi7 Park Sireet—May Sih-—ton Re arrived ct after Ons uneucscerful ex-| WARD PRICE & U0. 5 mle Ageate,









~ Auction Sale,

pe todersigued will all br Patilic








































Ane tno an Sita day 11rb inet, be-
sweent and 2pm at Maraval Rosd :—
se Worle: te emgot &, wieched from
Villian Sh toc arreare Of tend seat.

Jaa
Tones ©. I, PARRIA,
Ligenest Bautlf &o,











4,481 Tons Borwind Stanall
NEWRIVER COALS,

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re, —
Karden, Apply to Jas, PRRREIRA, 40 | foal by “Mura” Arply to ©. i. (By @ Correspondent in the Daily
a
POR, RENT — Martoe Residence — | HOR SALE-K woclelos of aod Wecwe | i tea “German eclentist, had the| 23 Vrederick Sueot—Tel, 6,
Sarnily, will be vacauton thelsth June, | de7th bt OF feet © Inches vide, ASY | and to dincitss the prgsent phase of hin] |tlIts excellent. family re-ddence in ta be
Gb May 1012

COMMERCIAL AND MUSICAL

Q0 TO, UR SEND FOR;
F. FARRELL,

TPUILE well known Book Binder, Oops ist,
fransposer and Teacher of Noe
Guitar and Mandolloe, ott., eto. On bai
for sale. Guitar and Quatro, Leoal or
Vamplag Chord Booka $1.80 and @1.00 re
spectively, Address No. 118 Laventiile
Hoad Opposite Rosehtit Moravian church














ENT —Uswage No 10 Provoe | [AOR SALE—To clone coasigomeat, 21 periments} April 0 bimte,

Be acer eee eet | Wire KENTUCKY. MULES: No |e memte) iitich states thet be baa] eee eee h
drawiogand dicing rooms, sma'l veren- | ressopatle offerrefused, Apply to Estate, | already been overwhelmed with appl: | VIgtor Launch.
d pen side gallery acd servants room | JOAQUIN Kiaxino, 5¢ Boath Qaay, City | cations for hie cancer t ment from ~e

yard. Apply to 36 Woodloed Si. | Nay Sth—-Zw, _ all parts of the world. glad to pork BALE by suctioe, oesrly new

10th=2e, prow BALE—Piccadlliy ptreet. Bu Jus- take this op ortunity. he sal i. to of Monit, Leawagn Bold, us Joa, Blt.

fUK KENT—siaule ab 53 Maraval eph, the property forinerly belonged | emphasieing in the mo sitive form | beans, wt Magtoe 3 ° nu ee i

_ ith pleasy | the utter impossibility ratifyiog ed, Smet 6 knote, ‘4

Hines. Apply on the premises ee eee tee mie ot Foteole such appeals at this thine, ny come con WARD PRIOR & Co

UR RENE “Forawshod or wolarnercd, § Wood, wader lal, no reasoaable offer will | from cancer viclinis ia the stages dis Liadoa 8 rees, May f1tb
ike dedrab’e premiasy, Windsor Core: [be telavod, part of parchame eaosey can | of the gcourge. ‘They express pitiful Mey

tage, obi opposite the San Jqin | TAO OG motgace, Apply to A.
Roileay retin oontaloiog two bed. | MONTRICHARD, 84 Hrederiek Strect ot to | purel etperiruental state, no matter

3 b. May 8—im OW the consequences might be, ane
ru0 mt, drewiag room, drawiog tovm, di. | Mra. Caratechs, St Joseph. LUU NOTICE lybereby piven that
ing Toom and Rallery witha slo-solficer, | (SOR BALE-An ™ Aocgeius”’ Piaaols, We cannot, of courses, give heed to f use bower ‘ot tale cou-
Peemineloa to inspec aad other tofor- ii Mabogany -slcoet new, For part ate ‘ae well as on the part of sufferers, <1 deed dated the 28h dey
vos tion may be cbiainrd frem Me. O.Cal- [ealars, Apply Mawaaun, Palmiate Kee | Pacis ae wel 08 mo ble watchword for | ol September 1s reguteced ae No, 2304
Bepens Coll otor, Sin Jaan, of to E. J. Fpate, ein Fatpia lo—Mey 5.5 1012—Im. | one timeto come. A the protocil of desds for ste
Kiley 90 Maorg 81, Cuy—Miy 8m. Ont SALE UHKAU—T Light Vie NOMUMANEXPRRIMENTS. [yer 1W8 and wade between Kapha
(VU KENT. — Vurnished—» VILUa | I toria and 1 Four Wheeled Dog | + Weare still contlain experlinents | 3 eviva of tbe ove part ead wm
IRIS." Apply to GH. Peodgers. | Curt —both rubber Tyred ead in g exclusively to rata and tnice. How | Gerdes Gordoa ({ og tt ardor
a» Queen's Park West. Vay 7.--Im, andition, Apply foepector May {| soon it will be expedient to risk the | Mra2b & Un or the 2 sr pay caer
DOR TENT. —The Monastery 45 Feu | tyre Brigade Biation—4th May—2w, [administration of the apecitic ta al ba tae ge Co ale ay be (Anat ou
i broke St, Large famlly Residence, OR SALE -A Five Bargeia f “Tivuee | human beings it Ie uttaly impossible wt ol Menace Wad Bans & Coy Nv.
Feat aha alien anty | Cut talettadcaecâ„¢ Anne, AACOS | Setitin guisssarhsaet eames [a apan'og Welumdey oe day
riiculare a: alta! BOG, to KaAwy } Uber .

wut er wrk 110, Feedenck quinn’, tae Ne lee Pry must, In fact, be modifled before its jae batwoou the Jiuars of vce sod
Bireet on to A. Depeniabs Br Uae FOR B4 AT nasil “ows Estate anplicatton to human cancer can All and mogalsr that certalu parcel «tf
Expelmental ation: May 7 dan siteate on the Marsots road, 2 milee | tried with safety. V f] (sad and cocot plsatation suuste iathe
QO IUENT— From 15 b hoa Bia Joseph, 31ers OnLy 10 cro eee ee eine | Ward of Toco ta tee Leland of Trial lad
Ii the cael aod besithy Cottage, No. 57 } arg bridged. fi acres of lead and 4 com. Berlin, and 1, who are coiloborating, comprisiog E) acres and AL porcsdes and
Doodsnald Stree’. fronting the Kaas, sod | fore sble cottage aad out buildings, 8 ables Ing mistakes as occurred in the case of | sbatiiag oa the north on Leuds of Charles
itaste peer the Queen's Lark Bevanoab. | and room hare jast been thoroughly re- i We In | fsbiea and oa tanda of Luzsbeth Nico's
fsaitable forfan ily of mediam alze, Hew- irad one of the best oathlag places in | the discovery of tuberculin. We in : we aad 4 fee
Be acd Hlecteio-light-plest inatall ie Maracas river. Most te aold. No | tend to prevent, av far a3 lies in our {99 the soath aod weet un lands cow or

. tstely of the crven aud un the exst on
Arr oat tw sipert hon iyolyon the prewsteens > rat peel an Toove taused by overchesta ia the ene laode of Mareal Stepbea wich the build-
LU) ~. =

a ee — ———a h’ 1 ioge theresa.

OT MENT. —Siaraval | Waleland | JRUH SALG~tfoue aed land tor wale | [yeledtremedyy ne | Baked thie, 25d day of April 1912
i atk House, Water lald on, in property known se Nv. 73 Abercromby Professor [hriich was stull moe WARD PHIVLE & CU. -
house, atables, and garden, aod Sewer- | Street, Apply to A, MCCRAcKts 103 | reticent regarding his" Inaproved 6u.” Aucuonves,
age. Carriage houses, Stabling for | Qaeea Strece or oa the premises. Apri | which, ae already slated in’ Ths Daly}
three horees, Telephone at bouve, a—im, _ Alaul, will be cated “ Neo-Salvarsao.” ; ~
Apply W J.8. 1ucKan & Co, 2, Cha- pox WL = Bu Lengths of two-inch | Hesaid: “ Here, too, we are not en-| SALE FUR WEDNESDAY THE Qu
con Xe: Port-of-Spain.—Mey 3 lm. A Wroagat Jeo Galvanized 7UBES tively berond the experimental stage, DAY UF MAY i912
TS NT oe Nie oe y

— No. 33 New | New) 16 teed to ¢ Olas jong, ‘action. ‘@ wank tiveevidence of at least —

perk Be Brae tanily, Hoveral | ere froos Mowers Suite KOPERTHON & Co | 10,00) Ireated cases before putting the | PUBLIC NOTICE w herody given thet

ed coms, Drawiug room, Diolug | CApril lé¢h—im. improved diug on the market. Dr. la exercise of bao Puwee ut sale o-
Bedroom jsual ouv oflices. Shower | pOHSALE A GATWZAIN—That ‘com | Schreiber, of Magdeburg, who had the] slocd ia s memurauduu of mctzage
tath, &a, Fitted with electric light 1” fortable and atrongly built residence | eatliest results and had since made the | faved the hith day of April 18) wag vy
oernaston abonce Apply The English | “ilyiton,” situated at the corner cf tbe | tn compretehsive erperimenta with | Kaward Wilts in favuue of Gurdon
Vooswas No, 50, Park Sireet,—May | savannah and St, Cisir Avenue at present | * Gul,” feels wufficiently convinced of | Utaat & Co,, (aud Dow resid $a Gordon
Bakery, . oecupied by Sir, Dreyfus containlag large the efticacy of *Neo-Salvarsan’ to make] U acs o Us, Gul.) there wal ve put op
ied Wy TENTOFURNISIIRu — Tom drawing Sad dinlag rem large gallorles | formal announcement of it atan early |furaae by Panic Aaciou by tue under

i Hi Jane, a Y-CLA HOUSE on oteterbtomyaeiietafiseetiaay meeting of an important Getman inwed we thele Aucdua Bart, No, 2b
Hil at Gucorite, commendiag fa | view of [faratory, pantrys kiuhen all under one medical societ) foferik Bureet, 4 veel Spats, vu Wee

he Gall, Water taid 01, Shower Bub. | root. Linge ard with choive frult trees | 7. ey ee ey Of May 1¥ ¢ botwoon

Jin particulars ‘Puoe B75-- I. Waynes: | and son inbig (isertanta rooms, 3 stalls ™ 7: = ‘ ae set hee ae aa ‘nate {a th

. - * —_ 2d, e Ouse, servan te ‘i a , 2
CLARK Il, Tranarele Rord — May aad fire, curate totes norva ly to ‘Me T Pp it Handy wand of T ov tle Dolaud of ‘T'rwidau

SOR RENE Ne a0 Duntona'd Buco Tiisin at the Kducation Oillce or to 1V uupliniog ten acres belie semen Nit)
IK {ak precnt occapled Mr, Ovto | Queen‘s Park West-~March ¥—im. wugur fees detiugaed aad with obs abe
Clarke) contalniog drewiog, dinioy and taseud bouudastus Lberen! shuwa on tbe
three large ' edroome wih reoang play auuuaed wibe Crowa Uraul Wks
room, Electria light a

—_—— eud in Vouwe XX, toliy SAL a
Ervest Eckel as oD y 810, ’ 1
guille!. oe oro SovnMay Ist CONCOHD BUGGY 810. 1 Four bounded yu bbe Nuria by leud potiuonen

Wheeler $20, 1 Van and Waggun- j ; Bf for by Joba Walvctte, om the court acd
1912, . ette $0, 2 Second Hand Hernoss $0.60 ‘ Euot by Crown anda sod on tho West oy
FONT RENT LAUREL MILU-Ty J each. 1 Pooy $00, Pacticulare at 40,1 f teoda potaioned fve by Satuuva Joseph, tu
(sites from Tecerlgua Station, water | Marine Square, (The Bazaar Store), — Z | vogsstee wita Ube ep, uivecaaios
and sewerage falii on Cartisge bes April 1Sth—1m, ;

1,921 Bags No, 1NAGRA RICK
341, FANCY RICE,
' [Re 8.8, MARACAS from NEW YORK

& Cass Butter Sib Ting
Gi Kegs ” 33ibi Ea, i

































W. STEDMAN ARCHE

wth Maren 10122 South Quay q


















A

WILLIAM M°GLEAN,

THE BEE HIVE.

Ji, Cor, Park awt Pembroke Sta.
WARDED Est Prise Teinidat Exbibl
tou, tS, nvites your inspection to
nis Boor & sHoe Masvuractury AU he
tska for ie a trial ardvr, aud if he does not
demoastrate to you that he 1s the maa ty
manufacture sour Boots and Shoes —send
them back. Hepairiug Department a
opeolality. Open until Vu'clock every nigh!

sod Saturdays to 10 p.m,— PHONE le.

Mth April—im

WIFE NOTICE.

HEBE BY aotity the pab be that 2 will
L not tuid my-ef respocsb ae for ih
sout oontracud by my wile, MEDALIS
VEFRRE, ashe bsving lefe ay nouss ano
P otenive wilbout sny caute,
JONNAJEN PIERRE,
Maraval,

May dob 1912—1w
FOR HIRE.
Motor Launch ‘ Orchid,’

\ Comfortably aud seaworthy boat
Reaving cepsury for 13 persons,

Faren;:

Vivelelands $452 Heturn, $7.10
Gasparee & Pud Goudre dw ,, 10.00
Nunve « 87. Return 2120
hacachecaie WW, oe 15.00
Matbour Trips 3.00. waiting prbr, Gk
Yoonlight Kxcurvions . 83.00 per hour
For turther particulars apply to
L. H BASANDA,—Manuger.2 GP 0.

N. DI GAPUA & GO.,

Jewellers&: Watchmakers,

——_

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PURE COD

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April 17th—-1m, ATEOtree, cunblaation with the fa
Pyrenees WILD COEKBY, EXTAACT OF &

et
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VEFICIAL Notice, | 480gs, Waltes and Lancers. peeuie new aioe tt

Ke . ~~ Ps a Music ir uDob nm ‘
MPENDERS for the privi |< 7Slttnutcee rovetved by leat wealoe y

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Toses, bo a p

oe PTT Be
up to 2.80 pm. on TUES- [is kistog ter now, Bon awhene Goes [april 1 Ins 4
DAY lit M AY over tuo garden wall, Falila aod follow
wid, nH 6, Nobucty kuowy nobody cares, eto, ws
falition ‘Lhora, Loous, Untll, Absent,

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4 hans Y Boog Annual aod Dance Albums,
Secretary, ous taining ‘lwo steps, Walteea, Lancers

slao Ud ‘Two bt banola G
May 3rd, 1912. aud Stiver Hewwe + Glide, Poppins

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with correct tlagertng marks for only We, —

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orc A. N, VASCONLELLOS, Of a4 piot of book will be wat to any er
Haccuts, | 990 interested whe encloowe lange tur

such transmission,
io, Bt, Vincent &t.,



pes TEEN £, —Coas larg SUR RENT OR SALE. -Noa 2 steoe i THINIDAD A JEWEL OF THe
ly belonging to A room, dining room, @ bedruums (two with - *
souatstiog of CoE atdenon drenlog rocins atjoiuing) large iiegte Ri ot ice. O18 100 YEARS OF BRiLLoli RULE.
Y ” - .
trees, Pore Oitloss. For further pacticniars apply to A LOCAL + WHO's WHO’
River alte No, 18 Chaosa Street.—-Apall 23th—1m, ] pared la ib paper Mercbenta,
———————— e
wey Station sad 1 ee gaueasion, For Hiro by farther manag eg dteocallys ars [Ta said vy paralesion to & Well
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pt
For feciher particulas yyant ren
pir’ Weedon Busect oe telephiove ANTED—A good COUK, Apply
De =.

12th Meh 1912 am

A CARD.
DR. E. 1. MEIKLE,

; Suryeon Dentist.
No 1, Hetle Eau Noad,












Write to * Author”
Portoldpalu,—Apul Iein,—lao,

DENTISTRY

in San Fernando (ut the request of
many pattents,)
TRLAPHUNE . . OME

HL DALY will attend at ble Sau ker

telmont,
ri D naudo Ottiog, 43, Lich bureet (oppoal
Aivasre, Dulgiiosh & UO} avery Gprerite

Ap
iauianeeneeneeene
| 1 ] ¢ . { I H} G toed te! 4
4 O S A lrtdge work aod all maoteoee Deniers

< j | Moderate Charges, 9, ¥
a Bargain.

tedoritk
Portof dpain sod 4
=p

IRON BARGE, |uppere

dhat Street, Sag
145 tons Carrying Capacity
STEEL FRAME,

Built by Moers. Riteon & Co.
Maryport, England,

for.able property @ more Avonse coaslileg of drawin ”
comlo: & WiST,
carriage bouet, serven og North ond Kut, Stable and asusl ou —
EFERRING to rormer aotice which —
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hereby farth Uted
eodiste Oy y er Do! {bat po order for
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or dsy, Apply GRKIU BRO, 4 glow Mec. Ih Vioeeot, or Mr. Joacbies (ended thiy Veulury hes nade lt dealrabie
0,
Kotate of JOA, RIBEIRO, (deceased } [chusen can ble
th oouvenlenoe. bell »
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No od) Netmont tem 1 UAPANIED Ty a teidence int
cular atoad, Apply to D, M, AUN W vibes of YM yiie ished ane
Spril WW be fege Boys aa fo urdera. Tusrme rassone ble.

b
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ome, Tole te just tbe tle, for nel memes . . Seat Mee Ww wiUley to take wad ac : j
barlog "ert a ely sua ve NOTICE. Dewi ential F ‘orward 4 feet, Fer partionlars, apply to ™ beceei et er iow ts renee tt COMAISS 10K te ‘A
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[THE FROST INQUIRY,

=
The appended communication te
from Py aH who takes excep:
lon lo certain atatemente in our
erert of Ble evidence at the City
frguiry io tue deats of As ages
utry Into the dea nm

bled a6 refirence is invhts
having becrs reported as belo @ men
ber of the [natitute of Civil Bogineere
of Canada. We frankly adrilt thas
ovr repotter was fa trror when he
substituted the Dominion of Canada,
for the city of London, and we hasten
to aseure the public that Mr, Buck's
real qualification is := nem
ber of the I

Brngineere, and of the Tnatiiation of
| rs, and 0, o;
ntoak a neare of London, We
a regret thie error, and ask Mr.
Buck to beliave us that we would be
the last to detract one iota, from bis

Now, when Ar, Dick ss
he really said as regards the qualifica-
tion part of hie evidence, * was on the
pepers in Court,” we think it fale to
ourselves tostateto the public how it
wastbat Nr. Buck's real qualification
Rot on the rat aeourt.” The

salstant Clark of the Peace did not
bimeelf catch disllactly the qualifica-
ton statement, as it came from the
witnese’ mouth, and as a result, there
waea blank in the notes of evidence,
which was afterwanis filled in by the
clerk, on the direction of Mr. Buck him.
self, when the latter read over his evi+
dence before sigalg I Naturally, our
reporter's notes not being submitted for
revision to Mr. Buck, what wasrectlfied
in the official notes of evidence, ree
matocd as an error plain and simple in
our report, The public will therefore
note that what Mr. Buck claime as
being “on the papers in Court” wae
only possible through hle-ewn Instru-

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taker, in bridging a gap, Afr. Buck

willadalt that aa an indistiact eneaker,

not long ago we did him the justice o:

publishing ble own version of certain

remarke wade by himeelfat the Cham:
vr of Commerce meeting. when the

reportera wero utterly unable to follow
jt

Lat,

Mr Buck's other point is, that the
ord * partially” 1s omitted frous his

alcnment with reference to the fusing
of wice at the polnt of breakage, Un:
hike hie tirst point, we do not admit
being in error with regard t this
tleular incident. We. ourselres bave
had access (o the official notes, and It
fa oo record that the word ** partially”
wae deleted by Lhe official note taker,
and therefore for that matter, formed
no part of Mic. Buck's evidence. Here
egaio, on reading over his evidence
pigharatory to signing Jt, Mr. Buck
ntroduced the word “* arually’ by
placing stet in parallel columa vith bia
nitiala attached, We ask, whether
In the clrcunistances it can Feasonably
be said that the word “partially * h:
formed part and parcel of the offictal
notes, uutil Incorporated therein by
Mc. Buck blmeelf. Like the official
hote-taker, our reporter was evidently
of the opinion that some subsequent
statement by-Mr. Duck bad destroyed
the force of hp worg * part{ally,” aod
it was accordingly in all good faith
ow ltted from his report of the evidence,
Maving given the true version of the
matter, secan borne out by the
offic a) records, we repest that our
accountof the proceedings was pub-
lished in all good faith, and wenow
commend Mr. Buck to the adoption of
any action which be deems necessary,
as far av ourselves arg concerned,

Flowers | 1l0 Exchange” . mounts.

9, FREDERICK ST.



BELMON

SEC Baw

GET IT | DEPURATIVODE
AND NO

D PURIFIBR
oTHER, [22°02

To Bu Wap Oxty at

. A. Rermel, B, Granado, C, Gard! A x
Upon the opening of the Court yester: | do Bola, Remy Pierre, SB. Pierre. Suies meet Insae weeks it Beeebt bee cited Testimonials !s doing much towarle
. 3 eer ‘in Worship’ De rireicant foael Thomas James, J, Marques, my voice, and [ bave been ever since loc m7 h
6B OT:A NED S Wenne to make a staterpent fa rege Gigs ny i aan ae vad eel fies from my old trouble, For coughs curcof Irritablo ougn,&
> . 2 tothe reporting of the inquest and bye | oxtail tee Werren, and Missea | Colds and lung trouble I am sure that chitis, Aathma, Wooog
6 HENKY STRERKT, evidence ou the Hh (astant, Warres, Mr. and Mrs. Fairley, Mlas N. | Catarrhozone lathe best remedy, It dall attections of the 8
Sn enone een - toll, Buck sald that peithoat prpudice Falrley, Bliss L Falriey, Mra ee Iting, | goes right to the sore spnt, gives quick Cough, oan te
he would like to inform the Court that hls Hernendee Meet frole, Alias NL | relief, and makes a lasting cure, and Larynx. .

evidence bad mR reported wrongly in
that bis qualifications hud not been pro-
teen stated to Be s

She Royal Mail

RMS. P, Steam Packet Co

-
RE—The M4. “Dee” fe due bere fron London’ via the Northern

cert of Canada, this ¥ as absolutely watrue,
even supposing that there wasarchan
Jostitutlon, of which he waa very doubt
ful. Whathe really sald and whatwas
on the papers in Co!
Corporate Nerber of the Institution of



Idands on the th Nay. vi) ugineere of the Institution of
echanival Rnglupers of London,
re Mr, Buck also drew attention tothe





tiletake fn reference to the fusing of the

TENEZUELAN SERVICE—(wing to Quarsutles restr ctlone, the services
\ temporarily surpended,

———— A
HANES.—The RALS, “Thames” iedue bere froin Southamptou vis Cher:
T bourg, Bt, Michaele (Azores) and Barbados on Tuesday the 2let Me: sod
will leave the same day for New York via Pio, Uolombia, Oartagens Colon,
Jamatos and Antille (Cuba) taking let class passengers ooly, cargo, aud nsalle,
Tho teader will leave the Lighthouse Jetty, Quevus Wharf, at ¢ pam, with
pesteogers forthe © Thames.

Passengers are epectally notified that all beeuege for the * Thaues* must
he seet down to heCompany’ajlightsr at the 6s. Vincent Wharf, not later thag
10.8 m, on Tussday [tbe Zlsi iusteut, to be sent to the barge for fumigation,

nallotber respects the * Thames â„¢ will work jo strict quarantine,





Rares

ERBICL—The RALS, “Halantla” will leave bere on Tuesday 2let Ne
Grenada, St, Vincent. St Lucia, Dondlnles, Monteerret, Algo eet
and Bt. Kitts, taking passengery. cargo, aud wale, ,
The tondor will leave the quthouee Jetty, Qacen's Wharf at 3 pi, with
Pseeanwers and thelr bagnege ‘or the Bes Vice
Cargo for the © Berbice” will bs rvelred outy up flv 2 pur vn Nopday
the DD.h May, _. _.



aa
PARAyrA$ Tue He ALB," Molantie will leaveon Tuesday the dips May, .
The tender wil leave the Lighthouse Joey Cugure What at |
paaengere aod their bagnane for the * tate. ME AGT [sung with
4 for the *Batauue” will be tecetted yaly up ly # pin, ou aduus
dsy the May, ~

CIRCULAR TICKETS.

Fires Cisse tickets are tecued from Tiluidad to Southampton vila New York
acd back direct to Trinlded or vices vwrad for an loclusiee fare of £50,
Thore Uckets are available between New York aod Mugland and pice terea by
steamers Of the Ameriiau, AUaotio Transport, Cunard aud White Star
iD

bes tokets are avallable fur 12 onthe from date of sue and pertulasion





tobe obtair break the voyage at any orall ports touched at on the direct

Senued lace Sulue tiekete deouedd at au exet

rou 6 are exelunye charge of £85,
Childress tea yeare ball fare ’ “
Wort Salling to Eurape. .
ANGADIAN " th of
a

TAGLS 5 h Maye
ORCA Meh Jave
THANK

. mh, .
Laboitling of Bargeageo.
‘aoeegers are rejussled lo seuthad all their baggage ie property: labeted

P
for sbipaieot.
OF Tatele can be obtained aljihe Uompany » Uftice.

-For all furthor particulars apply at

THE COMPANY’S OFFICE

HOARTOPET AUN ARNE WQUA RE.

PHONE 96, -





mentality ia assisting the official notes.

twas thathewasa /,

2D Sena,

ILE M.S.

Motor





oe
2
wea otaled

a
lag prgctionly fused ‘atthe polos o|
beries. sitber of these reports

re wow

heavy Hebtiltiee The correct
howe:
Q Feletoe having partial

ile
roade, stating that Mr, Back
Enginecr of note, and that
sessed the qaall

ey were W:

ritten on. lis
Pointed ont the Habilitice of the Tramwa:
pad, id the evidence as repor!

a
lathe paper bare bees tru:

ver as fol! ,
“ diMoult matter to decide, on
iy a



bei ti aha ae
Be re at

acconat
eed at

ik
Warenip hoa addressed the Court
and explained the mistakes that bi

i. O, Bucr



SUPREME COURT.

Before Sir Alfred Lucia.Smith,
xi
Friday.

Cumprapatcn v Qvowva—Mr Mo
Carthy for plaintiff, aod Mr lL, Acham
fordefendant, By consent adjourned
for three weeks pending settlemegt,
Acham for
plalntig, end Mr McCarthy for de
endant, No service, adjourned for

ATTIN vy Josrra—Nr

three weeke,

Cuow Lin On v Sraivorn. -This
damaged, for
trespass, Mr L. Wharton, K.C.,
for plaiatlff, and Me R. BE. Phi
oti bad
that formed the subject
dispa before the | ge
doors of the Court; and the de-
feodant maintaloed her right to poss-
ession onthe ground of having peti-
tloned the Government with respect
to the land when it was forfeited. His
‘Honour gave judgment for plalatiff
with costa,

wasen action for £5

the defendant, Pial
the propert

matler oO





THE LATE MR. N, J, PIERRE,

The fuueral of Mr. Noel Jean Plerre,
Sollcltor and Couveyaocer, aged 73 years,
esterday morning at

took place
o'clock Prom bis

Dorado Road, Tanapuna, Mr, Pierre was
the sealor of his profession and the oldest
practice. Hia was
tice. For many
ears Mc, Herre was slsom member of
2 Road . ie

Manager of the Tunspusa
Schools.
the
the

member in actual
purely a chamber

he Tacarigua
was alo
Cathollo Bo
ils Prot ard
1s were presen
took
Charch,
A ‘ulem Blass was sun
Ttey. Father J. McDonnel

followed by

dead march

The bearers were:-—Measrs. A. ¥.ML
Willen Le OGoaucr ky, Hebert
am, J. 40 ove

to Mebean, earthy,

mot, He Israel Jefe:

aod

Prinolpal moyrners (noluded ;—
Mr, da Pierre,
Master Alfred Pierre, Mr. Bouslgnac, Miss
Bousignac, Mr, A. Carmichael
Carmichael, Mlas Carmichael.
Carmichael, Mr, Eugene Hernandez, Mr.
E, F, Aanansen, Mr. Henry Chin a Sing,
i. Watson. Mr.—Em. Marti

he
Arnald" Pie: Miay

Mr. G Ne
Wateon and Miss D Mitchell,
Mea te Gare

an a
D, Acham, T. Gralowe

ermed by the Hi

ight
Hide Martial, Paria



Cars







GARAGE as

y and Girls’
ion, the Board and
at
lace

cnepoos, | PERMANENTLY CURED,

by
£ wsg
Parish Priest of St. Joseph and Tu

Jate residence at Et

rs. PAN,
Master L.

those who attended we noticed,
&. Asee, Ly
Vv. Winter,

kdwards, Misa
Baker, Misses Aypeng. Miss BLO. Wat
er feb aon, dre GL atson, Misses Patience
imeuber of the enters af Civil Engin Mattes [ive Pon fat aboot.
. Joseph where, at 11,
Interred ia
sllatnent, neat to Mr,
for, Monsianoe
Â¥. Mons! Ce
Wreaths and ari Priel of Ama .
other flo:
Troelved (trom ons and an wer
a e joerg of © Tavart
fecal Hosa iy hae sana at

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Whether Used or Not.

SPECLAL RATES FORLONGJOURNE YS

LWAY STATION.

eh eres tke | Mine
Dy then
t, should they have a

ol
the
ters, Mr, As Ys
A ee ore rovsthe Solleitors and fle
Reaniao'as set ont inthe
aa pet on
wou! he r
Eabpiereed wrtiven ons lie Worship miso

‘for
OY ht

be ne
Py FSEVEN DAYS USE OF CATARR-
napuna,
the Absolution, M.
1. Tlote presided at the organ during the

Kreater of the od was
also canter “Mise J, Waddell played the

M. GULAR MIRACLE,

Fits

u, Mrs, | ment, After] bad tried several doc-

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~i

ENGAGE MENTE

RINGS,
MAXIMUM

~OF— a
VALUE, QUALITY & str

ATH “7

MINIMUM‘

ET) O Chane

THE TRINIDAD JEWELRY C0. Uf

81, Frederick Street,









To the
tivea of the d “s

Pablie Netine ax taken of Me, Ptetrs's
ff deathin the Tunapons Folloa Court last
Tharsday miorvtog, and Atung reference
made to bis ity and conscleatioss
nee, Mr, O BD Farnum spoke on behalf
of the Jiarris














of the
Court was Moved vdoring the faaerat
was
Star thre prooeaston left for Sts Joeephs
es

MILK IN “ EGG-SWIZZLES,”

AVE OAUSED TYPHOID
SAIDTO HAVE OAUS





Distressiog Sequel to Easter
Monday Party in Demerara

ILLNESS OF FOUR OF THE OURSTE.

‘There has Leen a distresslog sequel
to a pleasant meeting of friends which
took place on Haster Monday.

Oa Thee occasion Mr and Kirs Ifunte
of Roraima Cottage, were visited by Mr
and Mee WO. Gray, and Meand Mre
KC 0, Barks, Ia the course of the
visit Nre Hutte Invited her guests to
take the palatable refreshment koows
a “egg-awizzie.” a‘invitation wag
accepted, aud a glass of the picasant
concoction wae partaken of by the
whole party with evident retich,
€ In due course the guests took thelr
tture fn the beet of spirits and
suffering inno way from theeffects of
the “egy sw itzle, Some daye after:
aftewards, however, Mrs Hunte and
MreGrsy became iil, whilet Mr and
Mre Burka were also stricken with fl-
nesg a wack of two later,

The trouble in each cave bas been
diaguosed astyphold fever, and it le
suspected that the milk used for the
“egg-awiazlas” taken on Kaster Mon:
dsy, contained typhold yerma,

"The inatler has been reported to Dr.
Wishart, the MedicalOficer of Health
YT who has taken steps to at samples of

the milk supplied to rand Nre
ifunte analysed.

Mrs Munte, Mire Gray, Mr and Mra
Burka have beea seriously iil, but it Is
gratifying to know that thelr condi-
tlon now showa an {improvement =
Argosy.

———eel
CHRONIG THROAT TROUBLE






ae




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4













GELDOM is any Pre
tion so highly praised ‘ag
Universally Recommended








HOZONE PRRFORMED RE-

Mine COUNTERS CASE PROCES THE
WONDERFUL EFFICACY OF CA:
TARRHOZONE IN ALL THUOAT
AND NOSE DISEAREA,
Windsor, Qnt.. May Ilth.—Milse
Counter'a case will prove of great
joterest to everyone troubled with eore
thoat, bronchitis or weak lungs,
When asked foe a statoment, Mics
Counter said ." About seven years ago
i contracted s heavy cold that vettled
on my lungs and resisted all treat-



It has won for itself on
Continent a_Recognis
Position in Therapeutia
and among the M
Profession.

*

Its Introduction in Triuidad Siudging from Una





tor here and epecialista in Detroit
without benefit, [ weat to my dru ist
and asked him for the beat med; be
bad for cold on the lungs, [le recom.











i oatarrhosong carpe because Ite beal.

ng vapor is inba a

that ars core and inflamed. ry places
To permaneotly core your winter




There is nothing that will so e¢llectually spel
and cure the Disagrecable Symptoms-
precede a cold. .

REA What an Bm

Physician of Lo da
writes of PERTUSSIN.

Lhave much pleasure in informing you that I bem
used your preparation PERTUSSIN in my PG
sician's practice with very great success,



tarrb, by all means uso a tried and
proven remedy lize Caterrhosone,, But

ware of the substtutor and Inuiltator.
Look for Catarrhozone only, S0c. and
$'.00, at all dealers, or by mall from
the Catacihozons Company, Buffalo,

and Kingstos, Oanada, .

Sole Agents! Smith Bros & Co, The

Bonanza Drug Btore.















~ CAN BE OBTAINED AT ALL DRUG STORE
~AND—

Arnott, Lambie &(

MARINE SQUARE.














TRINIDAD TURF CL

OFFICIAL NOTICE.

d ats G
all ownett












HE following rule haying beon pase
Meeting of the Club, the attention of
trainers is wpecially called to the same, am Ie on adoot
fact that applications for icone» may
fure May 14th.
TRAINERS LICENSES. 4.
FULE—No trainer shall bo allowe2 to train horsos on #77, oben





















‘ eotin held under Turf Olub Rules uati
re a“ 228 obtalaed a conse from the Btowards of the club, to tbe ht é
OPPOSITE Such Hoonve must be epplied for annuilly, ws au sat a eat
he:

the Club, and is revokable at avy time at the ploss

No horses shall be qualified to start for au) rave ua

pends of a hoonsed trainer, bola peur tee
rT oe

Fhe fee all be 65.00 por Jour of Pare asain

. ih
%
















WY

rRMS.

Li

cop ¥i aut
N-H

ita GuBDL







360, per rib
Duny GUTTER, ko, per db
Ke. per th,
Be. per dh,
Se, per Ib.

im BEE
CEEDAGE
Pi, TURNIPS





— le



BF Year s Ola

> Bottle

~——(0}- —

43. 9.849 VOL. XXX] >

:PHENS,

LIMITED.
us ERY DEPT.

wt received ¢3 er r Refriy
“ OROTAVA,
- @ large sclection of

{ Iced Luxuries.

ats meee

yerator

2c. per 16,

DDOCKS Z2te, per Ib,
: unt BLUATERS 48, ,, doz,
DAERRINGS 4c. ,, doz,

at Quality Apples

pis cents per Dozen. §

[tor SE PMENTIOUR PRIGES ARE SMALL,
pte J. MCCALLUM'S

ExT BPECIAL

arch WHISKY, UMBRELLAS, FROM el TO 6 DOLS.
LIKE A LqueuR J. GLENDIN

06e.
$10.60.

ilied's Leading Grocers,

LD ee

we

eu &

=O}

palite Nut Chocolate—

If COD Fiat
Dow HADDOC Ke
8 BAU SAGES

M BUTTER
rom CHEENE
44 MIDGET CHE



telbeberss
Ee \e
peeure -

ocolate
H 2 Chocolate Dueuten

pile wonps—\iikade
, Lb, Thos 60c., 4 1b. Tine Buc,

FiR'S COOKED HAMS,

maleee & Silotess--per 3b, 45.

a FINEST ENULIt
BACK BACON—per I de

scons BISCUITS.-
New Kinds,

ie Mtoversign Ma Macaronie, ”

PHENS LIMTD.,

a Stores,
poet 17, 177, 178 &"225,



Co,

fe Shipment
si GROCERIES

EMS. SOROTAY. i?
3 Cases of Cadbury's

AH CHOCOLATES, iy trnitad Shiping & Trading Company, Ld,

O Brandy—
per Bott. $4.00. THAGARETE ROAD wWhane 3H
V Brandy— SS

per Bott. 31.80.

r ON GLACE,
Wb, Tine Bie | 1b, Tina 48,
AZED BPICED BEEF Sper T To

Celd Storage:














Tia O0¢,









GLENDINNING’S,

~FOR

THOROUGHLY DEPENDABLE

UMBRELLAS.

NOW IS THE TIME TO

BUY YOUR UMBRELLA

ewes

We have a Large Assortment,
MAKE IT A POINT TO SEE THEM,



COMPARED TO THE VALUE WE GIVE.

rhe a,

_ BLEND NDING & C0

TRINIDAD .
'Manurial Lime.

—— 9 0 Ot













THE INCREASING DEMAND F OR THIS
PROVES :—~

That Iesults from its application must be

beneficial.
(3.) ‘That the price must be reasonable,

(} eine the quality must be of the best,





Should any planter doht these “ musts” let him
muke a trial. .
Full particulars from the manufacturers,



LABOURERS WANTED.

v TU
m Gittons’ Carriago Factory











GRAMAPHONES 1. GRAMAPHONES | |

«

A LARGE SHIPMENT JUST TO HAND,
OF THE BEST SWISS MAKE.
DARK or LIGUT COLOR



IN BEAUTIFUL WABI yUT,



pasoblus is the bees ever fatrodaced {ato sbie coustzy . ever
Te ie iets wanatsdure, whieb is coneceded amonget thene, whe Keo
equated by vere.

ee: $15.00—$50 00, Cash, and on Easy Payment,



Tip sie,

dhe. _18ies, Spasih, Freash, Itellen sod
” = saghitts ae tae ce, Psi et oni Ae 1
7 = F

17 FREDERICK STREET, —" THE LYETLE SHOP”
HENRY DICK,~4 Aon Jou Know












Jot glo pkgs.

TRINIDAD SATURDAY MAY 11_

TAIRIOAD FIRE IESURERGE 00. ISKEOCH&CO. FREDERICK ST. SKEQCH & C0. |

Marvellous Values:



aera s tec,
(MuTuala _ CO-OPERATIVE.)





TELEPHCNE No, 20






SH DIVIDENDS,

HOLDERS rot } Poligies of thie,Com-
pany

Certificates viz:

Policies dared tik

For second trieneial Scrip feeted for
Policies dated 1908.

The Annual Gash Dividends of & per
cent declared as on Bist December
1911, on first and seoond eerip for
Policies dated 1008 and 105 and on
firat scrip for Poliereg dated 1061 1007
and 1003 are aleo ready for distribution,

A, . ALATH ISON,
Sooretary snd Tceasarer,
Port of Spalo,
Nareh 23nd 1012



frinidad Building and
Loan Association,

OFFICE: 18 _CuACON STREBT,
‘Te1epinone ea,

IVIDENDS at at 4p per cent tot eih
Jove and 4% per cent to Sist
December 1911, were declared and
sanctioned at Lie lant Genecal Meeting
aod aie now being eredited to the
respective accounte, after whieh the
usual Statemeot of the Auditors will
be sent te the Sharebvidere,
Members woe uusdvanced Sharea
have now matured by ead dividends
ave requested to apply for the Cash
balances standing st their credits
ead Membere whos Mortgages ark
now matured wisy call at Lhe Unica of
the Associativa tor their respective
Releases and for the Cash balances to
which they may be entitled,

A FB, MATHISON,
Seretary & Treasurer.

Port ols pate

HUA HICK AUGER

J usat® Rocoived,
ALL Fresit anp Nice.

ltghely Gornca Pes Veet
Po e'Tongurs
” . a

CRISTIES SODA BISCUITS,

A popular (and bigh-gradeteeod, Trial
olog wt So ba eit ail parees. '
Try them aul be convitred |

Brands He ef Eusence.

BRANU'S Al Bacco—2 sis bottles,
nw Bowotr gio gravee & Baurer,
o Cary Powder, Cayenoe Pep
» SOUPS Here, i aol
ia Ox Meeball, Muliges
Cawy sac

woh Tongece ta
lass

glare pute
Oxterd avd Vamtaidye Sausages in
1ib tina,
DBeavd & Co, 198
Precorves and
Swwx's eae gdeuass: ~-
Eccel ect qaality, culug av 150 1b blo,
C, & B. Cry utatiized Uioget Cbipr, 9&1 &
Coplancy tus, th & YW. Kerone of Anche
vies, Sdeav Goi atine, —~juk & whi,
Mized Ticklee—Chow cbow=(1) kins,
Cautlirwer, Walaate, Maule’s White
5 Url Vineger, Male Vinegar, !
HU, & P, Biscattent ane of tbe wort pupae
ler brende at regular grices; HL aD.
Uabes —Svhov), Frvit, Genus, 3 oy,
Royal; Patede fuis yiae Jesu,
ouduecy Lue and turiues , Fiviteton }
Sete ore ~Quite aa " sasoriment.

Tongues



Brsspart fou for a Meat |



Au i

M. W. GOODING.

TELEPHONE «6.





WHEATUB, one
Wet made te vhost
Toleptone theses yi.

DE SILVA'S |
Funeral “ &stabhshment

-- AND --

Livery Stables

63 Abercromby Strect
Telephone 207.
UF, Gusti h,— Manager.

RECEPTION YAULT FOR CORPSES

AWAITING SHIPMENT.
Nov. 4, 1041

MONEY _

up tasy ierws ve

1M Sg GAs Bo.

18, anumoon Morweet

THIUNNIAL SChiP aN ANNUAL

led ta Berin may pow
apply acne Oban "eOMer ay their
For first arunal Sern teued for

SCOTT, BOYD &

Gul FlowersforSaloDaily | eJ UL

FOKGET-NR-NOTS pats |

UVANOBI ta wall ur feue au

1912














NEW RIBBONS |

ALL SHADES IN SILK GIRDLE
CORD, FROM 2c. TO lee A YAID,

NEW ZEPHYRS, NEW CRASH,
NEW OXFORDS,

HEW DRILLS,NEW FLANNELS
Navy & Black Dress Melton, at 24c.



NEW LAWNS CAMBRICS'' JADAPOLOINS ''!



é@- PRIGE GUTTING IN EVERY DEPARTM'T.



SKEOCH & CO.

12 Frederick Street,

iit Just Received.





-60 Half Casks MISTELA, ’
100 Kegs MISTELA:

ELEPHAN T BRAND.

10 Half Casks CLARETD, sou ayn”

CO,

TELEPHONE 132



6, DROADWAY



eS





W. CG. ROSS & CO.
COLONIAL DISPENSALY,
{(Ymtab, 1657.)
HEAUQUANTERY IN THE WEST INDIES FOI ALL THE Most

RELIABLE ENCLISH, FRENCH & AMERICAN PATENT MEDICINES:

1 eo Orvt for aay thing required In the Drug Line,
Piyetelaan Premalptious Accurately Prepared at all bours,

Blectrio Night Belt, Queeu Street.











=



st « Arrived?)

AND FOR SALE.
n= STORE: .

100 GASES “SILVER GHURN” MILK,'s

tu.—** FULL ¢ REAM. "

MERGES’ NEWFOUNDLAND CODFISH,
Drums HALIFAX CODFISH, le



Wessals Bros, & von Goutard, |": 3s

70, SOUTH QUA TFT

| araacnec “7 te

Jewfal for the Gorereor
tine, ah» A oes Oe
oder the Pable

DAILY ONE PENNY

Important! —

To Bunfortsts, Mandolin«
fats and _Gultarists.

PE eer ot ry & G. Orchestra
der an lovitation te those
who are Interest

ing any of the the
ssodiiemets Wa fs ‘Orel
Ix makes 29 differenee
aTether = have & kaow'!
; he mansgement wit
teach you in a sent thorough rm:
var be who Wy aver
pte. Nemocaber pesre nti & enioriag





Wort . betes top

bert or 6 ac
tion, address

ie or Ilr DIOS 2 i Frederick Street.

April $7=1n.

NEW LAGES !/victonta stro,

TIME TABLE OF oF 1F OLASSES,

NEW EMBROIDIERIES [sen tor2cossace isthe

Moxpara simak h Beginners from 6 pm.
cpa sb Intermediate from 6 pm
te
Bpaciah Leglacere from 7 p.m to

Tusa ave Dressmakiog from 830 p.m.
toS p.m, and6 pm. to? pm,
Shorthand aners from 6 pw

m.

dbuithand Intermediate trom 7
Epcateh * Rivanced from 6 put to
Tepewtiling from 620 awl. to
9.90 am. aa ‘trom T pm ws

Brawing trom. i iberwod ta6 Bera.
Weunsapa rac ‘rench rmediate from

pm. to Tp.
Pivot keeping isegtonere from 6
Tok ak Koeplan Intermediate from

THURSDAYS pi stneediawork from = 200
pen. tO 40 pam and from 4.4
no to Bd po
Dhurthand Advanced from 6 pou

Bhorthand Boginners from 7 pm
epee Begianers from 6 pm.

felr e keeplog adragced from 3
t
Breet from AM am. to

am. and? pmo apm,
YawarecPrevet Yeglanerafrom ¢ p.m.

En fi sh Composition from 6 p.m.
Hoot Peeping Beginners from 7

in. to 8 po
Syllabus Pot claause may he had on appli

entlo foh to the Aastatant Secretary .¢ the
Tautieute fre from pra Pucadoy 15th May.

er



GOLANMEAT NOES

TRINIDAD jsp, IOBAGY,

‘oy ft Ihe ‘Ercallency Bt Qxora

en LEH G.OM, i.
Uoresor aod ‘Gonmneader. la.
Cnied [o and over the Oolony of
Trlaldad and Tobago and ive

D enck Vice + Admiral
{ tere &e, whe, &e,
Cronas tt x Howrx,

on A PROCLAMATION,
WHERE by Section Sof Ordinsnce
Ny 121, 10 15 eoacted that it aball de
from tims to

sEroclamalioa
Beal of the Oolosy to
epbolnt a specis] day tobe kapt asa Cloee
[idey Je ali Putile Uiflces and ia al
Boke of the er
usr berelore le Gronoe RurHvan
eu loyTs, wear os ab
bereby sppolos Kridey, the Sith dey of
Mey} tote heptasa
imal Paulie Ottices and ia ail Banke c
the Cotoey as the Ansiverasry of the
Un thdey of ber Jae Nejety Queen
lor:
Glren oder ery band pnd the Heal
of the Colosy, at Gorerament
House, io the Town of Port.ot-
Spoils, io the Tsiand of Triat-
dad, thle Sed day of Mey. 1912,
By ule ‘Keealaeey’s On Oommand,
KNAGG5H,

Colonial Becrstary,
—~ GROWN LANDS GFT
26 b Apeil, t012,

Trigonometsical Survey.

eee te a Goverament Notice
Vested the Zi of Febrasry last, ttle
Rt: motified thet Felgons yimetrical Hare
vey Bheos J, aod K, eatil lately
out ol pilet, are pow oa sale at tbls otflce
a0 2/6 each,
U. F, GANTEAUME,
Hab Ieteedact of Crown Leeds,

“OYP AN CEDARS D

FEDS of U 18. “(Cordis xérescanties)
iad Gabe Caadrela oterste) ara pow
a Crows Laade

Otis eet folowing

sweee 10 ooote
“oe weeds Po “
a pottis
rol e
‘Beth 4 pril DEPARIUe at OF AGRIQULTURE. &

aT UF AGHICULTUUE,

e. nec Isliostog of plenty ate offered tox

bet required \ourshately
Boece tanned be eves)
ry v ‘
tafe slatter te’ licaall wuts te}... 4 he

= be.
(30 be

addreseed to
jor of Agrey vate te
rt Blac oMeu.
’ P. CARMODY,
Dieveing of Agricshurg,

ae

eo

verge ae

de ake ee

li



I
— — ■ " 1 . A1VLQIJA
“ÍGLENDÍNNINC’S
WMÍTED
mf DEIT.
I rectwed tr llefrigcraloi
R.M.S. '* OROTA FA,
a large tdection of
si Iced Luxuries.
-FOR
COO V1SU afc.ptrlfc.
HADDOCKS 2lc.i«rib.
TU BUMTKHS 48c, „ «los.
JDHKKRItfU* 40c.,, do*.
SAlftAOKM 40c, per lb.
f OHBKHB 7ft* ft 30c, each.
¡FORT CUEKHK 60c. per lb.
ÃœU6B CUKDDAK CI1KK8R-
30o. per lb.
DURY BUTTEH, 48c. per lb.
SBÍTROOT Ho. per lb.
0A8BAGK 8c. perlU
,TURNIPS - 8c, per lb.
Quality Apples
cents per Dozcp.J
?43
[mOE SHIPMENT
-OF
ÍJ. MCCALLUM’S
EXTRA SPECIAL
ITCH WHISKY,
Y«ai*a Old.
LIKE A LIQUEUR.
’Bottle . ... t)6c.
[Owe . $10.60.
!’f Leading Grocers,
IENS LMTD.,
LTho Stores,
m 177, 178 &’225,
THOROUGHLY DEPENDABLE
UMBRELLAS
NOW IS THE TIME TO
BUY YOUR UMBRELLA
We have a Large Assortment,
MAKE IT A T’OIiNT TO SEE THEM,
OUR PRICES ARE SMALL,
COMPARED TO THE VALUE WE UIVE.
UMBRELLAS, FROM 60° TO 6 DOLS.
rmimtiiciaimiti.
IjtMetM},
(MUTIUt i CO-OPERIWE.)
no, Ol,»non
XIUtl'HCNr N*
TH1BNN1AD BCHIP AND ASM AL
cash uivipknos.
IIOLDKRSKof of UlrOotu
UL pany entitled t<* Scrip may pow
•PT'7 aUM OToiflarry'# Office forlbefr
Oruflestc* tii :
For flnt irienul Bcrip itvued for
Policies dated líké.
For «ecnnd tnerwrial Scrip leetied for
Policies dated 10n6.
The Annual Cash Dividend* of 6 per
ejot declared a» on 81*t IVcember
1911, on flrit and second eerfp for
Policies dated I0U4 and 19>5 and On
ftret ectlp for Pobeiea dated JOHJi 19H7
andlüus are aleonad? Tor distribution.
A, F. AlATHIaOST
M Seotelary dnd Treamrer,
Pork el Spate,
March 22nd 1914
jSKEOCH&CQ. fREDER^cK st. SKEOOH & 00.
Marvellous Values!
NEW RIBBONS I
NEW LAGES
NEW EMBROIDERIES I
J. GLENDINNING & GO
Trinidad Building and
Loan Association..
OFFICE i 1* ^CHACON BrilBKr.
Talapliotxa B3,
vIVIDBNDS at 4 per cent toJMUli
J June and 4f per oeut to Slat
December 1011, were declared ami
•auctioned at tho l«**t General Meeting
and aie now ining credited to ilio
respective a« comae, after which the
usual Statement »»f (he Auditor* trill
be sent to the bhsrebiWdete.
Member# tvtn^e uutdvanoeil Hharea
hare no# m-ttmed by said dividend*
are requw»U*d to apply for the C&ab
balancee ntandiug at their credited
and Member* wIium Mortgagee aré
now matured may call at the Office of
the Association tor their respective
Keleaeee and for the Caah balance* to
which they may be entitled.
A F. MATHISON,
Secretary As Treasurer.
*
PorL-oNSpat»,
March 1, 1U12.
ALL SHADES IN SH,K
FORD, FROM ir. TO 1-Jc
OHtDLH
A YARD.
NEW ZEPHYRS, NEW CRASH,
. nsns'W oy-FPOHDa,
NEW DRILLS,NEW FLANNELS
Navy & Black Dress Melton, at 24c.
NEW LAWN'S
('A.MIlRies'
—O.O—
HAIUi’OLOIXS '#í
i*-- PRICE CUTTIHC III EVERY DEPARTMT.
SKEOCH & CO.
12 Frederick Street,
TBINIDAD
Mammal Lime.
ining k Co.
je Shipment
Z.0F
IH GROCERIES
rje.or.fir. “oiiotafa."
¡B Cue* of Cadbury’s
tí CHOCOLATES,
• Nut Chocolate—
per Tin—3Jc. ft 72c.
•Míate per 1 In 86a.
• Chocolate ULcuil»—
. |>er Tin 60c.
*3. AliUONDS—MDei—
Hb. Tin* 00c., 4 lb, Tina 80c.
5 COOKED HAMS,
*â–  ft Bkloteii -per lb. 45a.
’/* 0 llramly—
, - per llott. $4.00.
IP0. VO Brandy—
per llott. $1.80.'
ON GLACE,
l>* ble i 1U Tine 48c.
¡tftau BPICEB BBBF-prr Tin
48 eeotau
Storago:
“•I COD FISH It **
¿01 UaDIMK-KS _ |*f Ik M*
5 } |fU*AIIK8 ,,.r lb. Mr
«SB BUTTBH fmr Ik m
DHEEHE Ur Ik sue.
F*A« KIOUET CUKBtiK-—br
I yiXK8T K\ULI*II
I^CK BACON—|wr II. :Wc.
^coil's lnscviTs-.
Jn A’eie JUmU,
cu ■ •• «
TILE
INCREASING DEMAND FOR THIS
PROVES:—
(l.)JTIwt the í|úallty must bo of tho bust,
(2.) That Results from its ajipllcation must bo
b.nieficial.
(3.) That tho price must bo reasonable.
Should any planter doubt those “ musts” let him
make a trial. • '
Full particulars/rom tho manufacturers,.
The Trinidad Shipping 4 Trading Company, Lid.
LABOURERS WANTED.
Pit TO _
Glttona' Carriaso Factory
TIUQAHETK ROAO *'I*““* °
Juat* Rocoiuod,
All Fuksii a>i> Nice.
hliVht'y Corotd Figs Feel
m ., J*t. 0 'toiiKUnf
II II Ol ToegUM
CRISTIES SODA BISCUITS,
A pt/F«jUr[aod higb'gradebiftod. Trial
lot il) pkgt. Rolog at 8c to «ait *U per***.
Try UtQ aad be too»iteeJ,
ilraiul'm lit?/Eawnvc,
IIRAND’ri 418*cc*>2 ifit l«itl««,
it U oeuiigltH gratite it b*u<•««.
i. C/owy Fuwdir, C«y ii SOUPS I H«r*. M*k TurlV. Ox*
to > tall, U Tm I Uwi.),
,i Cewy bait, Cuooh Toagete la
glue pot*
•i Osiwrd aud CauUidge b*u*agw. Id
Dbitn*.
Hrabddr Co, it a MMporl lot all M««t *
Pre«erve«aod U«aoad U‘**«K j
iC««xx'if Qoimflouv* I
Ktcel e«t qQaliiy, gUog a* lío lib llo. 1
C, A B. Cr)itaUi«ei Uior«t Ubiyr« ft & 1 b
C^íéncy In»*., il, A i), lí'ftuee t>( rtoebo*
viva, hixa* Ueatiae,—iti k ft ahíte,
Miswl i*ickla*—Cbow ihow—fill kina,
C*uHtí»w*r, VValaoi», MaUU‘* White
> b>ic VinrgeTi M*ll Vioeger. i
II, ft P. lbecoiia—S jute id lb» VJ0*t j«*po* j
lar bread* at rrsaiar priere ¡ 11, ft P. [
Cakee-tkbao), rroif, Ueuua, ft aw‘*jr, \
Hoyal $ Fated# /via gtae V»«jr, iu I
cxuiuary Uue aoti luttuc* , FiulU—»■ j
Íui, iq bmUt*-Duite ao auortDCDt.
alé had at-
M. W. GOODING
TELEPHO.VK ««.
Just Received.
50 Half Casks MISTELA, ’
100 Kegs MISTELA—
ELE1TIANT BRAND.
10 Half Casks CLARET,
“ELEITIANT."
Important I
I To Jlanjorhln, Mandolín-
' Ms and Uuttarlsts.
I
YflllK Director of 1LM. ft 0» Orebeatra
1 bra# to tender aa levitation to thoaa
^hoarelatarvated la ptayin* any of the
ahora tn*tr*menU to Jola thlj Orehettra
free of charge* It make# do dlffcreoea
whether you have a kaowl*1ge of
Maalo or aot. The taanagemeat wl(l
teach yea la * meat ihoroegh mam
pee* llenera bar he who to aver «tvwídjj
lato the bant Is constantly eajoytaa
the beet \ therefore appreciate jeer
opportonity, ot be depreciated. For far
tier Information, nddreae
Studio, 21 Frederick Street.
April 27—lm.
SCOTT, BOYD & CO.
0, BROADWAY
TELEPHONE 132
W. C. ROAS & CO.
co cost a h jus rays a it v,
1 UntuTl lOBT.I
UEAUgUAIITUnS IN THE WEST INDIES FOII ALL THE MOST
RELIABLE ENCLISH, FRENCH & AMERICAN PATENT MEDICINES-
Try ue flr»t for auj thing required In tht Drug IJoe*
l'byeivJan«’ rrMulptlou* AovuraUdy prepared at aJI hour*.
Muirlo Xlght Hell.
Qureu Street.
GRAMAPHONESI CRAMAPHONES11
A URCE SHIPMENT JUST TO HAND,
OF THE BUST SWISS MAKE.
IX llHA UTIl'VL WALXUT, JhlHK or LIGHT COLOR
,,,. , .....vu^^hiaauibebeet rrerlatwilttcodlalo ill* eoaa*fy • ever
Price : $15 00—$5000, Cub, and on Euy Payment.
Brit“
IU|l*h.
AKmlsCtL tlWTO TIP, | _ ^ —
QutFlowersforSaloDaily Just * Appiveci’
ROSH0. fUKOBTUB-NOTS *0.,
WHEATUS. ijrumhv. HUB.
UU£TS a)»d. U* wIh. 1 R.v*U*k
be., ai, uuir, nth.
DE SILVA'S
Funeral Miblishmoht,
- anu - _
aLivcry Stables
63 Abercromby Strqct
117.
11. F, IXiKltla,—l/unuyw.
RECIPIION YAULl" FOR CORPSES
AWilTiNG SHIPMENT
No., i. mi
prose
M erM,
17 FUEDKRlt’K fcfl’ltl'.BT,—"THE LITTLE SHOT.”
HENRY DICK,-a Mm J'oh Kwtvt
A.
MONEY
1 email or
u* u* IvMeUÑy.
lUAt> LO AJI ÓO..
iiyreAriak
UVANiJk'l^ email or Uige «uui
uav 1 •*»«*• u* It*
U4JM1“*
A WO FOR SALE.
EX STOBE: ,
100 CASES “SILVER CHURN "MILK,
VíCTOflíAINSTITUTS.
TIME TAULB OP CLASSES,
Term 1912 Commemces 15th Hay
Monday*—French beginners front 6 prtn«
to 7 p.Rk
itpanieh Jatenuedtate from 0 pta
8paoiahUeglaoer* from 7 P-m to
0 p.m.
TuHiDAT*—I>reMmaking from 8UW p.m«
toft p.m» andO p.m. to 7 pm.
Shorthand beginners from 6 p.m
to7p.cn.
bbvilhand Intermedíate from 7
p.u. togp.m
bp«i»lah Advanced from 0 p.m to
7p.ni.
Typewriting from &30 a.m. to
B.jü a.m. and from 7 p.m, to 0
Bm.
rawing from 5 p.m. to 0 p.n.
WsuNtupara—French lntenuedlate from
(l p.m. to 7 p.m.
ftook keeping Urgionere from 0
rLtn. to 7 p.tu.
look keeping Intermediate from
7 p.u. to 0 p.m.
Thujudat* -Artneedlework fiom 130
p,m. to 4 3D p.in, and (rom 4J
p.ot toA.Mip.rn.
bhorthatid Advanced from 0 p.tu
to 7 p.m.
bhortband Beginners from 7 p.m
to0p.ru.
Spanish Begtonen from 0 p.m.
to 7 p.m.
Book keeping a f.ru. tofl p.u.
vih>writing from 8.3rl a.in. to
U,;U*n. ana? p-m to 0p.m.
FkiDATt—French Beglnnere from 0 p.m.
to7n.ro.
CnglUb Compooitlon from 6 p.m.
to 4 pm.
Book keeping B«glnnem from 7
p.in. to M p.ni
Syllabav ot ctaM«e may l»« had on eppll.
ealfoli to the Assistant Secretar* it the
Institute from Tuesday 15th May.
ES
FI LL CREAM.’’
TIERCES' NEWFOUNDLAND CODFISH,
Drums HALIFAX CODFISH, Large.
Wessels Bros. & von Sontard,
QfU\A 2”
70. dOITTH
VUIMI* W*
THINfDAD Aso TOBAGO,
No. 31 .11912.
By Hie Kseelleney Blr Osogog
ItUTuru Li UuNTX, G.C.U.U.
Uovtieor and Ueamaeder-in.
Chief !• and over the Colony of
Trinidad and Tobage sad lie
D pendencie*. Vloe • Admlxal
thereof, &r., fte,( fte,
Ccuaac it. Lm Buxt*.
Ootemor,
A FKOCULMATION.
WHB8BAS by 8c«Uot fiof Ordinate»
N % 121. It i* enacted that It shall bn
Lwlai for tb« Ootereor from time to
time, at hi may toe Debo Proclamation
under the Pabla Beat of the Ooloay to
appulnl a *peeial day U ba kept at n Close
ileddayJa all FaUl* Ufflce* sad U ad
Bank* of the Colony.
Mow, therefore, J, OtoitOB KVTRVkJt
L> llUMT*. (J*v« ox ea aforesaid, Oo
hereby appolnl Krldty, the Jlthdeyof
May. 11)11. to be kept a* i Uuh ilebdav
la a»l Pabilo Otttcea end to all liaak* of
rba Coloey a* the Aealvoraary t4 Ike
lli tbd*y of bar la e Majesty <¿usm
Victoria.
tilvea ender my hood end the Boa)
of iba Ooloey, at Uovurameae
Iloa»*, Iq the Tbvaal Fort-of*
bpila, lo the Island of Til*b
d**l, thi* Sri /ay af Jl«y, 1914
Uy Uis tSieeUeary’* Oa«u4,
0. W. KNAUGB.
Colonial Brctseery,
H aah April, mi,
TrlgononetTicil Roiraj-
RKFKUMNG to Oorerameet Notice
»alad tha NU of Febceary laal. It |*
hereby notified that Trigonometries! Bar*
vey Bbee * K. 1L J. nod K* eetil lately
cut of ptfot, are now oa «Be al Ibli oifioe
at 2/0 each.
U. P. UtNTKAirUE,
h*b feteadaat«i Crown Lead*.
_ OVF ANU tEuia KkuDi.
(¿1ID8 of Of* (Cmdia gerasoaatkia)
O end Cedar (Udretoodereto) are new
av»l'atl* k sale el (he Creva Lands
Ofike at tha foUewier yk*,
Cedar seed* per I.ÃœUU10 eaato
Cyp seed* „ „ lo m*u
W. U. GOBDJJN
Aetg, Cakolal bectatory.
awh *prjt 19I1L 9
'AKIhlfcaToP" AUKli
fl'HE faUewtog pl*aft« oie atfered for
I ida 1< net it«)«lr*d ImeredteUly
(hry eaa be neertel uetll JaMt —
Bapaeaiq Nato (Larythle Lbeajt)
(*eiy *lmller toikasU auU)„. fireocb
hla»r« Lmae 0£«e . ^ M
BBT .: ñ¡:.£ ::
Peat - . [m mU. i
A| p teeitsM eheaM be addressed la (he
ftmle eae .Dlaeaier of AgHNiteir, Ft,
OUU JUpertoreatSteMlHb
P.CAHUOOY.
Dtoetottf A|itoaUwv

THE PQItT-OF.gPÁTN flAZÉTTE SATURDAY MAY H
ni 1
â– =Lrss
DO YOU ENJOY A HEARTY MEAL?
IF f*OÓD DISTRESSES YOU
TAKE
iHcr - • ¿ 'gs&scw,™fu&u.
-yi:: Et^T9^"VQ"K-^
NIALOCIN DIGESTIVE PROMPTLY
RELIEVES INDIGESTION.
Convert* Slarcliv Food* Into Soluble Sub.tance. and
D.gertt M«U of All Kind., Cg*»p Clieeie. Milk, Etc.
NIALOCIN DXESTIVE Is Plea.Rnl to Take and Suitable
for Young and Old.
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS
Bol. Aral* SMITH BUOA. A t)o. TUB BQVAN7. t DltUQ BT0RE8
HATS I —J¿T— [Ribbons
HENDERSON'S
OUR STOCK OF
HATS, HATS, HATS
SHAPES AND TRIMMING MATElilALS IS COMPLETÉ
|AND. I'P-TO-DATEJ
SIEsZTST’ - lidLIGKlü'
ARE THE STYLES & VALUES OF OUR MILLINERY DEPAR'MT
It will be to your luUaulagc to see our Lines».
Flowéro
‘‘The Exchange" COUNTS.
1», EHEUEltlCK ST.
GET IT
AND NO
OTHER,
DEPURATIVO DEBELMON
txiij xx a MX*
BLOOD PURIFIER
To ‘11b Had O.nlv at
BOLA.JNTD’S,
B UKMtY STHEfeT.
B\/T CÍ 1_> -be Royal Mail
â–  lYA.lO. L â–  Steam Packet Co
I)
KK.—TfaoILUA •* De*" l* due b«e (rom London'vU the Northern
Island* on the IHh Way.
TTENliZUKLAN tJEHVICB—Owing to (¿urntitlo* r.itrctloüf, the **rv|c*i
V temporarily aurpended.
rpUAMKS—The RJLa ”Tb*u>r*''l*dua here frrtn Southamptou via Cher*
* bourg, Bb Michael* (Atorro) and Barbado* oo Turoday the ¡Hit May and
wdllsav* tha aama day for New York via Flo, Colombia, Oaruyeoa. Coloo,
Jamalea and An Lilla (Cuba) taking let elaaa ptasonyei* only, cargo, aud mall*.
Tb*tsod*rwllllss*slb*UflbLLou**J*ity.t4<**ehs Wharf, at 4 tun. with
peeeeoyere (or the “TUamea.
Paeeeogera are epedaliy notified that all baggage for I be *'Tbauire* luuet
be eea( down to beCotBpaoy’ajligbtar at the bk VJnceot Wharf, not later than
10 a ru. on Tuwday liba Slit iuaUuL to be eent to the barge for fumigation.
In all other rwpecU the "Tbarnee H will woik io etrlet quarantine.
BEHUICU—Tb* 1LU.S. "UalanUa*'will Kara hereon Turada?2let May for
0reoada,8t. VloceuLtttLuH*, UmuIrInl MooUerrat, Antigua. Merle
is» VI.». i.kinn n.^rs^en!, cargo, aud toa'U. *
aod St. Kilt*, taking paeeeneei .
Tha Under will leave the Ughtbouee J/tiv. 1'iaaangara aod their baggage for the " DoiUoa
Cargo for the *• Uerutoe'*
tb» St) J> May.
•U«rtt«r will be rroelrvd ouly uji|lo a p,ut Wu Monday
BALANT1A.—The It M.H. M IMsiHi* will leave<«t l\w*Uy the Xlet liar,
for Mewerent, taking liaeactigeie. cargo, and malla. *
lheUndey will leave U*e Lighlbou»« J*Hr tjuiHUte Whoif at 1 i«,uiH with
t'aeeengete end their baggas* 1°» the
Corsa for the •»**••*«*••»** *
Jay tha
day tha noth May,
'iSHiU»1”'*" *l * !*•<“•• "MU
D.üijli»" will lu ttuly u/i tv t inn., vu Muu-
/
CIRCULAR TICKETS.
iTralCion* UekaUara leeuedfrom Tituldod to Southampton via New York
Hod back direct to Trinidad or vita term for au loclurire fare of £it\
Thro* UckeU are available between New York and liugland and vb« tarea by
eUaaere of the American, Atlantic Transport, Cunnrd and White Utar
fdoe
Tbaeetlokete are available for U hronlhe from dnt* of eueaod pertnUslon
to be obtalrad to break the voyage at any or all porta touched at on the direct
ChUdreo t to 10 yeaie half ferro.
(Ueond elaae circular ikkrte are leeued at au «ttluaiy* charge of £85,
rhtldiea 1 to J3 yean ball fare
Vaxt Salllogto £areps. .
JIULSr »*hApri
AKGalHAN . UthUay
TAGUS ri . IKtb Mar,
«muuA mil Jmw
TIUN I* . *4h
Labelling: of Bagreago»
Fasrogsr*arerwjueeud tueeethat aU their bmt*g* ic imnrif labeled
for ablpmsot.
Label* can be obtained at|the Company » Office.
.For all further jwrUculani apply iu
THE COMPANY’S OFFICE
tttfttWtrAlif ARMCjoQUAlkfc.
THE FROST INQUIRY.
Tbt ipPfMed comneiilcatleo U
from Mrȣ* Duck, who Ukr..cicep*
Uon lo^eertatn lUtcmeau In our
report of bU fvtdenre at the Oily
Pottee Court on Tburedey lait. In the
Inquiry Into the death of Mrt, Ague*
Fro#t, 111* flnt reftreoce 1* to hi*
having beert reported a* brio* a rotor*
brrof the ib.tltute of Civil Kogtnerre
of Canada. W* frankly adralt that
our reporter wa* In Vm»r when he
•ubttiluted the Docoinlon of Canada,
for the city of London, and we batten
to aaaare the public that Mr. Duck’*
real qualification 1* Unrporo/e mem*
her of th4 InttUntion of Civil
Ungin^rtt nnd of (A* InMUniionof
J/teAortfmf Enpintgr* of London* We
deeply regret thit error, and a*k Mr.
Buck to believe u. that we would be
the laat to detract on* iota, from bit
engineering nuallflcation* and abllty.
Now, when Mr. UUck un that what
he really *ald a* regard* the qualifica*
tion part of bl* evidence, “ wa* on the
paper* in Court,* we think It fair to
ouceetvee to atate to the public how U
wa* that Mr. Duck’* real quallflcation
Soton the" paper* In court." Tb*
>6*Ut*Dt Clora of the Peace did not
blmeelf catch distinctly the qualifies*
Uon statement, a* It came from the
witness' mouth, and a* a result, there
wa* a blank in the note» of evidence,
which wa* afterward* filled in by the
clerk, oo the direction of Mr. Duck him*
self, when tha latter read over h!*evl«
dene* before slgoiog Ik Naturally, our
reporter's note* not wing submitted for
revision toMr.Buck,wb«tw**r*cllfied
In tb* official notes of evidence, re*
waioed as an error plain and simple in
our report. The public will therefore
note lhatwhst Mr. Duck claim* a*
being “on the paper* In Court," was
only possible through h!*~ewn instru*
mentality in assisting tb* official note»,
taker, in bridging a gap. Mr. Muck
will admit that as an Indistinct speaker,
not long ago we did him the iusttc«of.
publishing bisowQ version or certain
remark* ruadebyhlmseifattheCbara*
ber of Commerce meeting, when the
reporter* were utterly unable to follow
blui.
Mr Duck's other point is, that th*
Sord “ partially" i* omitted from hi*
aliment with reference to the fusing
of wire al> the )>o(ot of breakage. Un»
like hi* first point, we do oot admit
being in error with regard 16 this par.
tlcular incident. We oureelre* have
had access to the official notes, and it
la oo record that the word ••partialJy"
wa* deleted by the official note taker,
aud therefore for that matter, formed
no part of Mr. Dock's evidence. Here
«gain, pn reading over hi* evidence
preparatory to signing It, Mr. Duck
introduced the word "partially' by
placing In parallel columnavith bis
initials attached.* We ask, whether
In tbs circumstance* it can feasonaUy
be said that the word “partially" hod
formed J'art and parcel of the official
notes, until incorporated therein by
Mr. Duck himself. Like the official
note-taker, our reporter was evidently
of «he opinion that some subsequent
statement by-Mr. Duck bad destroyed
the force of the word *' partially," aod
It wa* accordingly It) all good faith
omit ted from hi* repot t of the evidence.
Having given the true version of the
matter, asean be borne out by the
ofllc a) records, w« repeat that our
account of the proceedings was pub*
lislieil (n all good faith, and we now
commend Mr. iiuck to the adoption of
any action which he deems necessary,
far **ourselve Upon tb* opening of the Court yester¬
day morning, Mr. linC Duik oaken per¬
mission of His Worship Or. Jliackwood
Wright, to make a ttatetuent (a reg*t4
to the refiortiog of the louueat ana hi*
evidence ua the Wit Inaiant.
Mr. Duck said that without prejudice
to any further action, te might lake that
he would like tu inform the Court that hi*
evidence bad been reported wrongly la
that hi* quaUficvUion* had oot been pro-
petty atafod. 11* bed been stated to be a
member of Hi* luatituteof CfWl Lngln
sen of Canada, this «aeatwolutcly untrue,
even supposing that there wot arch an
lostiluuoo, of which ha. wa* very doubt
fuL Whit he really said and whit waa
on the papers fo Coart wa* that be wa* a
Corporate Member of the Institution of
Sril Engineer* and of the Institution of i
eohantual M^glusyr* of London.
h2^1]V
point
.Stara*!!:
..^■»&iS!srS.’5!ü»,W53
the statement that Mr. Buck read* was
however as follow* V11 thl»k It • most
** dlffioelt matter to deride, on aeoooot of
“the wire having partially fused *t tb*
ÍluaWorebl0kt£ea addressed the Oourt
and explained tbs mistake* that hftd been
made, stating that Mr. Buck was a Civil
Engl of sots, and that If b* only poo*
sums 1 the qaallftcaUon* a* set on I la tb#
paper they would not be worth ths P*4*r
they were written on. Ill* Worship «d*o
pointed out tb* llabdltlee of lb* Tramway
Company should (be evidence a* reported
la th* p*por bar* been true. A
K. 0. Brck,
SUPREME COURT.
Btfort Sir Alfrti LvcU.&mUK
KU, CJ.
Friday*
Cumbkbbatth ▼ QcmnvA—Mr Ma
Carthr for plaintiff, and Mr L Acham
for defendant, Ily content adjourned
for three week* pending setUrmeqt,
Amit ▼ Joayra—Mr I* Acham for
plaintiff, and Mr McCarthy for do
irndanL No service, adjourned for
three week*.
Cuow Lin On Y BrnteoKn. -This
wa* an action for ¿30 damaged for
trespass. Mr L. AJ Wharton, X.(X*
for plaintiff, and Mr it. B.Phlpp* for
th* defsodant. ñalntlff bad nought
th* property that formed the subject
matter of dlspote, before the
doors of the Court) and the dc*
feodaot maintained her right to poss¬
ession oothe ground of having pell»
tloned the Government with respect
to the land when It waa forfeited. IDs
Honour gave judgment for plaintiff
with costs*
Tba«*v*o4
> Mr L.
Out ef
THE LATE MRJi. J. PIERRE.
The fuosral of Mr*. Noel Jean Pierre,
Solicitor and Conveyancer, aged Ti years,
took place yesterday morning at U
o'clock from bl* lata resideeoe at El
Dorado Roed. Tunapuna. Mr. Pierre was
ths senior of hi* profession and the oldest
mentor in actual practice. His waa
purely a chamber pnctloe. For many
years Mr. Ilerre was also a member of
the Tacarlgue Local Rood Board. Ilff
was aleo Co-Maniger of the Tunapuna
Catbollo Boys’ and Girl*' Schools.
Ills profession, the Board and the
school* were represented at the
obsequie* which took place in
the St. Charles Church. Tunapuna.
A Requiem Maas wa* sung by the
Jter. Father J. McDonnell! OTS-Sp.,
1'arlth Fries! of St. Joseph and Tunapuna,
followed by tbs Absolution. Mr. M.
I* Tioto presided at tb* organ during the
greater part of the Maas, and was
also cantor. Misa J, Waddell played the
dead march
The bearers wereMessrs. A. V. M.
Tharenot. If/ Israel Jeffers, R A. Fit*
William. J. L. O'Conuor. T, J, McCarthy,
aod C, fLAfoLean,
. Th* . principal mourners (noluded t—
Mr, Ar^pldv!I'lerre, Ml*s Ida Fierre,
Master Alfred Fierre, Mr. Bonsignac, Mbs
Douslgnac. Mr. A. Carmichael, Mrs. F. N.
Canafcbael, MIm CarmichaeL Master B.
Carmichael. Mr, Kugen* Hernandex, Mr.
K. F. Aaeansen. Mr. Henry Chin a Slog.
Mr. C H« Watson. Mr.Xm. Marttu, Mrs.
Wstaon and Miss D Mitchell.
Among thorn who attended we noticed .
Messrs. 2L P, Oanteaume, C, 8. luee, L
D, Acham, T. Cricblow, L. V, Winter,
A. Fennel, B, Granado, <3, Gardiner, A.
do Bois, Jtemy Fierre, S. B. Fierro, Jules
Atwell. Thoms* James, J. Marques, C
ILtJmllh, W7 Toussalnt, J. W. Daniel,
Gl(VdsW# god fin, R
OostUlo, Mr.], w. \ysmn. and Misses
Warren, ¿Ir. and Mrs. Fairley, Misa X.
Fairley, Miss L Fairley, Mr* Lee a Ulnar,
Mr. and Mrs Fidelio Carola, Miss M.
Ilernaodes, Mr*. L. Edwards, Mis*
BakM*. Mimes Ayocng, MlsaM.0. >Yat»
son, Mrs, G. IL Wstson, Misses Patience
and tbs pupils from both acbooU.
AfUPlb*Qhmqqies la tbs church, the
ror/eys w*ht to t»L Joseph where, at 11.31)
o clock, tbsliemaln* wore interred in the
family altoWnsnL seat to Mr. PieriVa
mother. Th* oonoludlnz rites were per
fjrottod by the Bight Dev. Mouslgnor C.
B» d« Martial, Pariah Priest of Arlma.
Wreath* and other floral tributas went
received from _Mr, and Mr*_ E.
t*u,.,KSSS^KQía“á Jia r.
ml«Uk» I. rtf.r.np. to th. (a.l0< ct ifi, tí ü sLuh'ÍSJ
To th* bereaved wlf* Md othtf *
tltHof th*d*cíafed we Wg to©ff*r re*
^PaWto^e^*'ws* taken of Mr. riem‘i
destblnth* Tunapuna Pollo* Oourt l**t
Tbureday morolo*, and fitting refer**®*
mad* w hi* probity and eon*ri*atlw
ness. Mr. OE.B Fsrnum spok* on behalf
of Us jlanfiur», Mr. A. VVM. Thr
{¡if h« silStWand HU Worship
M.^wer, 8.J.F. for ihs Dcnrb. t_
rropect for th* memory of U»e demt, tbs
Sort wa* cloned «faring lh* fuaersl
gjgjggjajia .«vjzzr
MILK IN " ECC-SWIZZLES,"
SAIDTO1UVR 04Ü8E0TYPU0ID
FEVKIl.
Distressing: Sequel to Easter
Honda; Party In Demerara
ILLNESS or VOCR OF TO* OCKST*.
There ha* teen s «li*tres*1oc ftrqnel
to a pleasant meeting of friend* which
took place oo Ka*l*r Mouday. ..
On that occasion Mr and Mr* llunU
of Do raima Cottage,wer* visited by Mr
and Mr* WD, Oray, and Mr and Mr*
K. C Ü. Uurka. In tha course of thf
visit Mr* llurtte Invited her gv**U Lr
take the palatable refreshment koowh
ha "egg-ewinle.'1 Tbe‘invitation way
accepted, and a gian of iba pleasant,
concoction was partaken of by the
wbol* party with evident relish.
* In due course the guest* took tbetr
departure In the best of spirit* aod
suifeiing in no way from th*effect* of
the "rggawlxale, borne day* after*
aftewaros, however, Mrs llunte and
MrsOriy became III, whilst Mr and
Mr* Uurka were also stricken with ill*
nesga week of two later,
The trouble (n each ease has been
dlaguostd a* typhoid fever, and It 1*
suspected that the milk used for tb*
“eggawlaalas* taken on Easter Mon*
day, contained typhoid germs.
The matter has bsen reported to Dr.
Wtshart, the MedlcalOfficer of Health
who hM taken steps to get sample* of
the tailk supplied to Mr and Mrs.
llunte analysed.
Mr* Munte, Mr* Gray. Mr and Me*
Bui ka have been seriously III, but It I*
gratifying to koow that their condi¬
tion now show* an improvement, -
—A rposy.
CHRONIC THROAT TROUBLE
PERMANENTLY CURED.
SEVEN DAYS' USB OF GATARR-
UOZONE PRHFORMEU RE¬
GULAR MIRACLE.
Min» counter's ctsE proves the
WONDSKKUL KmCACV OK rA*
TARKIIOZPNB |N ALL TUUUAT
ANQ NOSg PISKAMRS.
Windror, QnL, May lltb.—Miss
Counter's case will prove of great
Interest to everyone troubled with sore
throat, bronchitis or weak lungs.
When asked for a statement* Mias
Counter said . " About seven years ago
1 contracted a heavy cold that settled
on my lungs and resisted all treat¬
ment. After 1 bad tried several doc¬
tor here and specialists In Detroit
without benefit, Í went to npy druggist
and asked him for tha boat femeay ha
bad for cold oq the lung*. He recom¬
mended Cqtarrboaon*, whlob cured
my cold In one week. It brought back
ray voice, and I have beet) ever since
five from ray old trouble. For coughs
colds and lung trouble I am sure toat
Ustarrhozonela the best remedy, It
goes light to the sor* spot, give* quick
relief, and make* a lasting euro.
Catarrbosone euros beoaus* R* heal¬
ing vapor Is Inhaled tu the very placea
that ara ware and l&Aamed,
To permanently sure yewr winter
Ills, your coughs, soeealnf; and Ga-
tsirb, by all ntaans use a tried aod
proven remedy like Catsrrhoiene>,Uut
beware of the substltutor and Imitator.
Lock for Calsrrhozooe only, fine, aod
ILUhataU dealer*, or by mall from
the UaUrihojjoos Company, Buffalo,
N V.. and Kingston, Canada.
Bole Agenta) Smith Bros A Co. The
Bonanza Drug Store.
WIEMS
Motor Cars
ON HIKE
a^o.
MILE , ,
RETURN JOURNEY.
Xo be Paid, ioi*
Whether Used or Not.
SPECIAL RATES FORLONG JOCBSKYS
PHONE 96. - • • P-0, BOX 228
OPPOSITE
RAILWAY STATION.
OARAGE
ENGAGEMEtt
HtIHT CtS.
maximu;
-OF-
V4LUE, QUALITY & SI
—AT—
MINIMUM
THE TRINIDAD JEWELRY CO. 11
31, Frederick Street.
Pertussini
It has won for itself on
Continent a Reco£
Position in Therapeutic
and among1 the MeJ''
Profession.
IU Introduction in Triuidnd ¡imlj'ingirom UmA
cited Testimonials in doing much toward.!*
euro of Irrita, talo Cough, 8r«r
chit is. Asthma, Wnoop
Cough, and ail ulicctions of the.
and Larynx. "
Tlicro is notiiins that will so ^ll'cctually wwl
and euro tiio Disagreeablo .Syniptoms wl
precedo a cold.
j
Embaí
I1LDU Physician of Lon
writes of PERTUSSIN.
READ What an
I hare much pleasure in informing you that I
used your preparation 1’HUTL SSIN in n>/ JSU
sician's practice with very great success. m
CAN BE OBTAINED AT ALL DRUG STflfitt
—AND—
Arnott, Lambie&Gij
MARINE SQUARE
TRINIDAD TURF CÜ|
OFFICIAL NOTICE.
TUB following rule liuving heon passed at » Jf
Meeting of the Club, the attention of iTU®]
'rainors is specially called to the sniin1, as ?„nl)Ut,osa|
*act that mmlicatiotw for Ucohwn may u®
before May l-itli.
TRAINERS LICENSES. M
..V.II fn ...ill bond, on SQ/ — . nLrf.
No horses thall
be quilifie
luuidsoi a hoeiiaed tnioer. <â– &;.
*5.00 per year « « CI1.flIA|V

jtT-OF’SPAíK GAZETTE SATURDAY MAY 11 1912
|Holiday-Hats Tailoring Dept’mt
THE BONANZA I high -CLASS
Tailoring
—AT
MODERATE PRICES.
(ladies, Misses and Children.
'anama Hats
JIPIYAPA HATS'
Prices ii' im - )<â–  cat'll to $7 no cadi.
fEW-TG-WEAR HATS,
Hindi. White ami Culouiial.
FmEk CHINOLtSH HATS, -
CHILDltllX'S STItAW HATS,
SILK HATS AM) IIOXNKTS.
FOE
Style, Cat, Finish
—AM)—
spi:< / i l i,ix ns is
UMBRELLAS (Black) 38c, Up.
U
ITH BROS. & 00.
SATISFACTION
FLACK YOUR ORDERS WITH
SMITH BEOS. & CO.
7, Frederick Stroot.
2 NEW LINES Bonanza Furniture
-IN
IMHELCsTS
IJ
CTTJST1 0-PETTE5I>.
Tan Vici .Elastic Side Boots,
Cuban Heel, Toe Cap.
Black Vici Elastic Side
Boots, Goloshed, Cuban Heel,
Toe Cap.
PRICE 14,25 PAIR.
The Bonanza.
Important ilk
Oiling l'> tlie rapid incrcaac nl'biwinuM in their
Furniture I'actcn S. H. A (V,. h.no been
forcetl to ciiZHgc the ncri ices of iv further FUllNN
Tl RE ENPliRT, Mr. ¡ I fmk, «lio nrriied from
one’ofthe lari*i*t Cabinet Faetones in Scotland tier
S.S. -CROWN OP CASTII.K," will dcioto the whole
of Ida timo-fo (ho supervifioif of nil Cdbiuet Work
entrusted to the care of Sierra. S. 11. & Co. With
all (lie latent »oo did -lock of untile timber at hit di-patal the
finhlie null he uttured "f entire ni( ¡'taction to
all aider*.
MOTOR BODY & BOGGY BUILDING
mill in n ti in: hi: \ speciality
Mini THE IIOMNKA
SMITH BROS. & GO.
FOR SALE
OSCES-tSklE».
E200 T OUSTS
la
Mitt ¡ihippjiig&'Frading Company l.mid
â–º.TRINIDAD UNE of- STEAMERS
KEIY YOltli OFFICK, S9, BHOADIVAV
Gqf’CEEHJDA. TR1MDAD and I Fit'ERARA, Carrying Ihrough
Frr'plit fur Tobago acd Ciudad Bolivar.
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Apr. SJ
May 3
May 14
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May 31
June It
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July 20 July 27
, _ STBAill.ILs v\n mow 1*1KR 21. BROOKLYN. . , .
Tuxtuau siiimv.i ani Ttuoiwe Üo., Ltu—New York aod Trinidad
I.D«m x Ou. - .. i. i. )ti>oicKa Unou. M.’Connma^ Co., Lr»,-Deiuerara.
» *< urrj p,., , f, .. ,wN.wYo»k.
Spark
1 LATEST TELEGRAMS
\yj, dr Panama Telegraph Company.
Plugs.
For Sale by
1
Vwt JSoLK A01»TO
BOSCH MAGNETO COMPANY, LTD.
41 M.iiiink Squauk,
Phone 184,
LOANS MADE
-on -
COCOA * ESTATES
WITHOUT ANY
Special Condition
FROM
82,000 Upwards
Apply tu
STEPHENS LMTD.
“Tho Storos.”
Fin.ccial, Commercial ami Jnsur.
anoo A roots
LCOATS' MILK
, , on FRO NOTES I For SION PAINTING.
M.OOO !
’ S ¡atable*), I mo be Invested »t*rea»oual>le interest, , I
“OniülO bt Pupo lirnil I only i«Jlable namse taken. Businas* | ^ . ¿ • , . ,
L._v «, 1 a liio OI1.U oouiMenllal. Apply at ooo* N.B.—Near Idea» Th' kvery Job and
pjnburg Ilam UU iServioe. 1 ux, OuaetU om«e, S» it. VfuwDt butet, | I Moderate iMtea.
, May lat— Iul 1 !UL!
BORNN.
R. & S.
NEW GOODS THISIMAIL:
Six nidi Trinmietl Hat»
Euihioiitered Drew»**.
New Iittvei*.
New Flower»,
Richardson and Solway.-
HOME RULE BILL,
BIRRELL’S. SUPPORT-
HMAl.I. ISTKHOHY TAKEN IN
UAHUAMENT.
OOVEnNMKNriTENQt'IUY INTU
UI.MTKK H 1,HILL).NO.
ENCLISH AND CERMAN DIP¬
LOMACY
bTUOYINO IlEMEDIES I'OB lN-
OUSTHIAI. IlIsaUllIIANxES.
LLOYD GEORCl'S OPINION.
KNUMNim bÑsl.srKOTUn EV
. CELLE.NCH IN AVIA1ION.
CABINET MINISTERS INTER¬
ESTED.
WHITE HTAH COMPANY M UMI»S
UP IN UOUHT.
THE ••TITjNÍC’' ENlJt’Ht^.
01UNUE CLUB DIULUH.
London, May lOlli.
Thu Uovernmeqt ha* rrquuili ned
froui the Dublin aulliolltlea a return
of tha Datpee of all oflleeia and non*
couinilaaioDedoftlceie, act i veer letlml,
whoaie fOgiKfd In d*lllloi( Orange
cluba, workmen la eblpyeidr, aud
otber almilar bodiea.
ENGLAND *NU GERMANY.
Tbe " Pall Mall U«»fUu " aaye II *rou
Marechall Voo DleberaUin will be
especially charged will* tbe aellle*
ment of tbe Bagdad railway ijue.iion,
and the economical paitiLlou of the
Portugueae Uolonleu lo Aft lea
between EnglandUnd Uermany Colon*
let will remain Pottugeae. ouly ibelr
comu^rrlal tpberea lw>lngappoitl'»ni‘d.
UNUSUAL PROCEDURE.
Tbe Poreien Ofllre haa oof tieen ln-
fonued of Couot Melleiolcbt depur*
ture.
INDUSTRIAL DIHTUIHI4NCEH.
Mr. Awpiitli, tpeaking at a inerting
of lha Bankere Ateotlailon, tald that
deapitu tile apparent pmapeilty.
cptlniUta should irinaik Ibe indue
trial dUturbame», eepeelally the ratu.
way and coal etiikre . and he Inritrd
banken to C4x>priate with the Go»
eminent'» touaUut tlud* of theae
phenomena.
TÜ STUDY RKMBDIIaS LuK IN
DUHTJUAL UNREST.
lo the Houm of Uouitnone, Captain
tVawehay WIlKame moved that (ha
üo»eromeQtlnre»tlrf*tetha Induetríal
uorretand ita reiueuiea, Mr. Ilardle
moved au amendment proposing a
minimum wage, tha right Li work,
natlaoalixallua of mouopoUee, fur
esampla i toio**« and railway», Tha
labour parly, he declared; would
object to tha appointment of a oolu-
inwalon of Inquiry, and would not
teatlfy noraaaUt ia any manner, tha
eoleaoluUuo was vocialuru.
l.LU YD UEORUE'S OPINION
Mr. Lloyd Ueorge aaid tha reaeoa of
tbe uureet wm tha iuitifiable dewire
of tbe worker» to better their condi*
Uon | tha world'» wealth wa« lucrea»*
log. without the wi»i ker« gettiog tbajr
•hare. Loid liol-ert Cecil* pnAl
•haling prupoaal wmtfurtber than be.
Lord Itobert. thought and approii*
mated to PyndicalUm. Tha uumi of
tha umetl, he ooatloued, e>« la*
•ufttcicnt wear*. ai*d floatlUlun» of
living unworthy uf tbe worker» man*
boodT they tMug traated ae though
they potawal neither »oule nor miad».
Tkonatlunaliaation • / railway» would
not atop etrikm, aud the woikmen
would ub)*M'C to liUaHerroee by
the (Hate aCJS^ttfiory arbitral km
w*Et»»*fh Ow long run com
-rawSHriwy» fur ail the nwte both of
eaUtal and labour The OaMuai, be
added, were «ontiderlug the euUre
prattem but had out decided yet
whether a mere formal erarvhlug
1 »#^uiiy wa» uccewar^
BIRRELL IN SUPPORT OP HOME
RULE
M> lhrr*dl l**d th> ilrlntr upon the
Jloiin Utile Bill The rni-Hbli-inenl of
a etioiig euccutiTu in In land wa«, h*>
declaied, neteseary for >.*'liletiient of
Ihi* question At pie*»lit the rhb f
eecrrtaiy atI» a»a mrie gritutiplioiie
lleap{»*att'd to Ul»ter to toopetate
for a good Bill, anti believed tlu* fear»
of UMrr tu be ginuudtt*»» . and
(atholir» and Piulestanie frhmihl
woik loffplher for the comnw-nVotHl.
1NTEUDBV IN DILL SMALL
Inteieet In tbe Bill ia »ni«ll. and
•tiong whip» aie neceeMi). Tht'^eare
many conjertuiea irgaiding the
meaning uf it pea’ed inqum**»
whether Mlnieler» wouldAcc-pt lit*
omiMfittit <>f UUler
toll KRILNDLY CON.SULT»TI0\*
AND KEASONAHIX tOM
I’ROMIM;
Ibe “llmea" 'piibtiihen a fettei
from Mr. William '•brlen, »uag«»tmg
iheiei» now audluient mateiul fot
friendly consultation and it'i»oaa.hlu
8ntDproiidr«‘
IÍMlL4*NDS I .ViLNI’L TED E\
CKLLENLX.
1 og prevented’ t« oeuvre*, but the King w»» ametetl by
tbe feat» of avi&iioii amid a tbirly
mile wind and wbilecapr The hy
droplatie* took piueenger» and me**
•age» between ehip« and bhore, roM
and descended at will, Inca'wl the
iovUilile lleet by â– uirnunding tin* fug,
detected eubmarlae», and demon*
•trated England’» unvuejieeted ex*
cellenco Inuieu and niachlne«, - v»*
prci»lly Commander» Sainton and
«•enaid and Lieut* lAungiiiore,
üregoiy and Giahain \\ hile
CAUINKT MINIhlEUS IN*
lERlifeTI.D
At Wevmoulh Mr B«lfnurand Mi
Cbu'chlll toured the haibout in Mii>.
marine D 3. Mr. Churchill btuJied It»
naval utility, and Mr. Balfour a»kud
for a ttlp by hydroplane.
WUITE bl'AR»< tiMPANY STUMPS
AN UNFOUNDED RUMOUR. | BOARD OF AGRICULTURE.
Tor *»'inc fe* d os pail i runiFiiir inu
lichm pei>i»ti ul> i if( ulateil nil or» r the
ill> lo (Ik «(h< t ll>U a lit'* imv h til
tULt bln rlralh nl (he hands of a |x>H UJOll «1)0 I him Willi a h (it* fiuin hi*-
staff As th< re (» not the slightest s«*im
M»nei of truth In the uartei, «« think it
fair to gbe tbe facia o» they rwillj exist
On the 8th Insuuil, HtUtiiie < on*,i*M«
iliud« arrest id » little u,tmi*«l i bailee
Georg* w ho Jo e>i w lili lite parents nl No.
II Envird Slnil, on a thnigt of linns
log mlesllca <>i KmiFtlun lh« Isn w.m
onterud l*> that It v Mamsirsl. to iicelve
two strokes « uh a um«< hid rud A few
honra nfterwarda, eevoral person*, ualled
outlie im\ a mother. Charlotte iktorge.
i >( Jar son had tteen klDed t*> apulloeionn
1 he wunkiti knowing the rumour lo Im ho
ridlruleusl) faUa c based her Intvrviewei»
awaj, after whh h the alarming In elii.
geno* epread like wild fire ihiYKiguottt- the
town. The boy. it May !•* notad, t»w*||
and hearty, and attended achopl up to
ye*P*rd»}, anl neverat any time oocmed
th* w o*l ved by Um magi*trale a order. W*
hope tide will put aa ead to the uufouud
ed rumour.-
CULF STEAMERS.
AIUUNGKMENTA FOR K'tl’JBKDAY
AND WilirSUMiUU IIOUDAY8
BOCAH AND ISLANDS bL’HVICK.
TJIl'KSDAY. Jkm MAY.
The Gttlf Steamer will leave at 4 ¡Mí p.».
for Chocachacate via »>t utatloaa. aud will
return d(rccf to IWt of Spain to* aame
evening
I HID AY 34th MAY.
The eteauter will I wave Port uf Spain at
KiUam. for all eutlofla. She will kave
Ctuoaohuare at 3 pte, will iwll at alt
atationm *»d will airlve at IVrUd üpaiu
at about AW.
SATURDAY, 26i« MAY.
UP. I TbeaUacper wiHloaie l*oitof SimÍqat
The White Star Guiuimny he» paid 4 a.m. far t bao*ebo(wredirect. She, «III
the maximum da* ChawImcare at ••*»«. apd will
•lop»tallt4atlMM«xevpt lotero*’* Day,
armiegAt Hort*of kpalnatabout 8 gS am.
She will txrfurm her usual serviee at
9 SU a or.
ibu fin moon she will leave at 3
leavcilwwmhaiare ai d a m . will stop at
ell «¿aliona jsuept Tetutoea Bay, and will
arrive st Pori of Spain at about ID am.
N,U<- liioMdoK ucksia avaltaUe for
i k* day only will lo sold m tie above
date* It »t*gk fare».
Urdteary retara Uuketa are S'alUbis
ter o*« week.
into* on it A3U», the maximum * da¬
mages for a alewatd'e widow, under
llie workmen's ootupeiiealion ad.
THE OLYMPIC'» DEhKRTEUH.
lbe"Oceauic’ ha» lallod whh the ...w„
Olympic . llir .Hike luvlng ocióckTi,.,«j „lM iV.cIwk
Uen airangvd with the 1 nlon. , >1'NDAk. 27th MAY.
SlitlKi; nhf'LHKhl)’ll) NATION* Ibe steamer will leave *t ** a at for
AL OIK1AM/.ATIONH | all suUuaa. Sbe will laavs Lbacaibacace
Tin» Dikii lit CoHiudU.ee liae tefet nh! *t é p m , will alca» at all station» «m tha
lb* PeninsularandOifenlal euiployeve r*tum Irlo, and will arrive »l 1‘ort-of
stliketo th* national organise!Ion. i e****,H a\
• Th. .ÍÍ-rU-iíí ¿r,¡,'lW.\Vi» M
lh."liiX'i cluMÍS U».I«r‘.V*<*H»u«.dl>,a KU. «Ill
away swimming survivors, who weio
W.veu by the women Hgaimt the t-f-
fori# of Ihe (lew to pteveni iL I»>d
Mcsmj ruled tbeie w»« no jurisdlcUoit
lot a éiHiige of maiisiaughL’r, L« also
tkilcukd lb* suggestion of a lookout
at tha bow *• well si at th*urnws»e*t
RACB I OH C'IIEtílhR CUP.
Ihs Kon for tbe Cbeeter Cup ou
Wednewlay was won by ‘lUtblaa',
* Clatoowux second, ' ooulbaaoan
third
CENHUiK OI' KAI8KR.
JJoilin haa elected llwr Wermulb.
who tvsigued lb* lm|wiial Tieasury
on account of iIm lueasarve adopted
for ilnsnriiig tlu military Dudgvte, ae
Burgomaster. Tliis lmpllve censure uf
the H«Wr.
ANUIIIKK rKNhUHE KOli
KAlHKR.
11>* provmcial CkMMiulUc* of Aleaoe
Lutralve hae ceoeurud th» Uovnu*
HMd for buyootUitg lucomouvq wotk»
wboev diioctor is a Kiaaco|diii*.
The Kaiser iMuiuteii the Uuvei maept
thus oeneurea
\KT AMfTHKK CKNbCHK FOR
K*I«SK WlUlKLu.
Tbe buurvMW Court hae given a
third diHdUoa adverse to th* Kaieri in
suit sgaiuet a teuuaul for ooet uf
farm uuiUmgo.
COT WHAT HE DESERVED
Hifim lb Ulaikwovei Wib.bt |i «tvnlay
AHuu llswbliiv feumujon.ii r Xteu/iluiau «both selliug cleikfei, fur tauU
iMgbuuat Fre UNdly adutiUwd having cuttbd owsplils
tie bi» utouih beuaese be said, earn
^ kJuanl uJIwi blot a llarm tbs healing
uf • go«d utauy persou»
Mis Wurfehip«'< uJ 1' li!b*t
trus YstOir »*i »u*« U« told a lit
Mis Wonti'p \ ou dot. l v»!>.■«.t loiail
a *it“ « Uai like (ba( at«it er* iiuiblu* I»*t
|i ' i gW'
EASTERN MARKET.
WUurAflONM tig M'UKKTABLE
COMMUDltlW,
^tii
8 (Jieii: 2611 lbs, Ououiug Pice l)c.
aud 13u. Cloalag prU«'*-.
1| Calve* « 78 Iba ’peuiug price J9c.
CtesifW urku life.
I Huge, llulbu. (J|w«Id| pike 16c.
iluelotf price Ut.
I Mr aod U»c.
NFfHCTASlho, 0(0*1 M* l!U*\lfe|OJM.
*Tt„ '
Tl* «tlful -»T»uu*loe».‘ onbme. Irish
in.UKWfe, cabbage, lelUuw, drk-d
ptguou pea*, goiger, epic*, nut-
Oteg,
Ordiuaiy Pan**, turnips, eb'tv, ruu
of os. id ialaii.e.
Small Muaatily -v Mustard ivav**,
»w*v |/u(aUM«, lanula*. ocbrews
anuiM*riI. v*4 U*er«. oocuPibere.
IHIIIi
FJeutllnl- Jauiak.* plum», oahpvw,
bauatiMs otaug< *.
OidiiMiy MauMr»rpote, pawpaw.
UiSUgoe*.
du»aJl tduauUly 4ita|wliuit, shad
dock, pió» applet
Mat*.
H*nt Hal —Carta* ue, cactfle Uoilo
fJrdioary *-P*wa. tetefeu.
Kiuall Q ij<4t>l >( V
I .MM
A m*>rtmg of th* lloatd of * cticul
I "'ll l* held on the 17th instant,
ll> '■ How mg U lug 111* ngt uda . —
I hi. jt.
i Rupcjl uf Adtlmiy C'-onmilUef.
J Jiogfe* Mlmg that n fee ol Cl'l he
i'afd hv Li»»* Fioaid into th«* Treasury
annual! v | I. 8|h « itlrulioiife aud Estímate* of
ll.&Mfm iiuw butldmg» for l)u«nl of
Agihultiiu also account of 3I0«Ihh
tor plan*
5. iiUur flout Mis. S. lieudeteon
thaiikmg the member* for tlwir vote
of condolence passed at tbe lost meet
I» k «•( the Ilostd.
8 Mr. P I*. Guppy1* anplicalkm for
p iiiii*Mou to ai ply, ia cuoneetloii
wl h th«* Afiicen Diitnmological He*
•ra » h t'nnuidttee's offer to send ati
Lniniimioglst ftuiu Ttinldod to visit
th* United State* of Auifiioa, and m
the *VMit of hta Iwtog aelectetl. would
be glad in know If the Board willgraot
biui tin»* tmiotbs' !e*\* on fullpnyk
7. Mycolnglst'* IUimuI.
S. Kotoiuologist's uepoil,
Ü. Department .,f AgrlcuUurr-R*.
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For Sale.
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Ex Recent Arrivals^
13 32 3 ? • a Bice
250 Bags White Rice
200 Boxes Blue Cloud Soap —2is
24 Cases Jewel Lard-25s.
.10 Tierces „ .
50 Pales „ „ each 25 gs.
50 Cases Emperor Frederick
Water -100 pints
51 Cases , „ 51 pints
lOOBales German Paper
75 Bags Creole Corn
A1TLY TO
SCHOENKR&CO
SOUTH OTT^rsr.
Just ArrivBdjEx s.s. “Mayaro” from Now York
A SHIPMENT OF
Pabst Famous Milwaukee Beer.
Vh» Besi* o* Quality.
y\ / AcKnmOu'lgcil by (’onnoi-i'ctirs to lie
¡I tliu IIluu Ribbon of «II AnivricHM llec-r.
Sold by all the lending Hotel-*, l’roii-
tion Merchant., Círoeerie-*. Ilir-*. Shop. iYjRe.tuur.intMin the
Island and Wliolesale'from
HY* PEREIRA *0. HAMEL SMITH.
f riio.vKWJ
18 Nt. Vincent Street
frOLK AOUST*.
S
AgUITS hORlHiniDAD
"WS.ROBERTSON & CO. US
SAN FERNANDO. G
SujipHua of tho abo\o can be obtained from Mossrs
CANNING & CO., Frederick Street.
Now Being Landed
unc
R. M.. S. “CABONI”
n
a FVllTllKJt SIIIPMVXT OF
Reid’s Stout
—IN'-
BARRELS OF SEVEN DOZEN PINTS.
This excellent J3TOUT was sold
exclusively at the Agricultural
Exhibition and was highly
Appreciated.
WBEN ORDERING STOUT SAY ‘‘REID.'’
WlIOLBSALK PROM
GrRELLi Co. Ltd,
^.GrllTTTTS.
TiretiPORT OP SPAIN dAZBTTK'- SATURDAY MAY 11’ 1912-
Weldons’
Journal
Md Jourbil of Cueto twee for
May to hand-6* tnd lfto.
MAILLARD'S.
CURRENT ^yENTS.
TUDAY.
ILM.8.'• Dre" arrives from London
lia Northern DUods.
Cricket at the Savannah.
H. 8. " Virginia " lenv#* for _JH-
** Malle -* '
H.8. “HhoiteeLn'
b*do* ami ML John,
noon.
I#«m for lUr*
Malle Hoar at 12
la* Nmmu " IwrM for
raiAuiarlUi. Malle dose at 12 noon.
Hala of a Wooden Tmmient At
.MArATat jload, by 11. l'arli—1 p.iH.
The London Illertrlc Theatre land
H.4) pfm.
High Water Morn 11.21 Ev*n p.m.
Nun rI». ft.43n.in.
Simarte ... Ok Moon rl*es I Ida.in.
BIRTH.
(iomk/ —Yesterday morning at V La
fltgea*e llouMC, Santa Crux, tine wife
of Alhrt Unniw Kw) - of a daughter.
DEATH.
Ai minor? — Yesterday at Ida
mother’# residence, No. J( 4’ipiiani
lloulevard, Joseph Leon Almamles,
brother to F Almandex at Meaara
Schooner it* Co. Funei&l at 4 *•
o’clock lhi« afternoon.
INDEX TO PAGES
2-Tbe Frost Koqmry.
The Late Mr N. J. Fieri',
Supreme C unit <>
Milk In ‘ Fgg Swinish, aant to
have caused Typhoid Fever;
IhfiliPMing SfcNjuel to Lester
Monday Party in Dctueiata .
Hiñese of (our of the guests.
Latest lelesrame,
Gut what he deserved.
Au unrounded Humour.
Uulf Steamer* t Arrangement# for
Knlpire Day and the Whit-
siinuda |{i>li Island ServUe.
F astern Maiket Quotations,
lioaid of Agticulltiie,
1 i *1111011.
b Andrew's (iolf Club.
Supreme i'oiitt in Tobago.
( 11< k«*L
T H.l’1 A.
C ity Police Con it,
Organa of Dead to He-eqnip
Living. Devolution Id hutgi-
â–  al Science in Ibeoty
of Jlulfalo Surgeon,
’ Men Die. Women Lite,"
7 - Agrniltuial Society . Continued
Discumiuii uii Agricultural
Kducation . Different* func¬
tion* of Agricultural ])>HÍie«
Deflim).
!l—The IVmeraia legislature: The
Chief Jus'ice's t-alary.
Funeral of Mr». Lumia W»l*
loughby
Tales of the Supernatural, Some
strange experience* t A
haunted room.
10-‘*ttWn and Cancer, Prufestor
Ehrlich v Experiment.
ITEMS OF NEWST
He beg to Acknowledge the receipt
of the Annual Kepnit and Catalogue
of the Trinidad Home Industrie* and
Self Help Association for 1V12. The
statement of account lor 1UU show a
very healthy slate of affairs, most
encouraging, it must be, to the man¬
agement. After all payments, amount*
there remains, cash iu
The headquarters of the United
Society of Chriallan Kodsavor of
Huston, scut out an appeal to Chits*
lian Kndeavor leaders in every part
of the United Slatea to pruteat
against the enactment of legislation in
New Metloo to fK'imlt the Johnson
Flyun fight to be held (n Las Vegas
on July 4, as that day will be safer
and saner without (L
Last night's maiket rebuts by cable
•how a rUe of eocoa^iti * L,n«1ou by
1», the «piotatious being i?ow 01s iwr
cuL
Mr. John H. Hiiuth, iiwrchaut of
this city we notUe bv the recent
Aiueritan|eschang«a Ui hand Is a guest
of the Imperial Hotel, New York,
prior tobU.depaiture (or Kurope.
The Cousul lor Ute Netherlands, Mr.
Call Hons, yesterday receivwl a tele
gram annmmoing that Huthiam had
raised quarantine against Trinidad.
11»# stage at llis London Klee-
ttk Tbeatie ^ is bsing ntsuJal.
Thl*. for oue, will euabls Frufsssur
Ntark llermaon, who hasUwoeugag-
ed to aalertaln there »q hetl Thuiwlay
Friday and Maturdsy, utnafAtm
many of the faals of |>rw*4UiglUtlot>
which for want »f room, he aouht not
insviously lhs peogramuts of rme-
uua plrtm-M, as ars iW now ran-
lilug, will be * tira tasgaitUonL fu
(•etUssiUsa of plctoras at the Loo
ilua KlocUie Theatre is weekly on the
improve, afford lug the giwaleat pka
am» u* , all who attend their
ethiUUooa
The following aie the mué winuei»
t»f the IViuldad Kilte
the April cntngetiUou» , l.t i'laes
nit “John HmlUt M«dai, T li.
'SfW. Ul. aiidCla-w The â–  Hpunger
Medal. F. A. lannadeu. *~t lid t'lasa
tV •’ Meyer Medal,” J. K. tiei—1..^
t7- u li n . " w“'n"
M Molletiliili t, 4a.
Hire | 14 A has l*,u favoured
Willi • "|*v of ilrUMi.si.lv*,! fIO|U
I hr Uigam.uig s, , ,, |# v . f Ui. • Daily
MailUt, tMa» liifi,. tiia link
it !■ »iatwl Dial the * uij^nt, li^
besu abuud/uW.
Krern tlie Iweal egsasy «rfjh ’ W*
man Kail Warkt ilkvaea, Oih*i "f
have rwvlrel ta htwwl**. and
inetruetlve (Hastrated tlwkMh
*• OHrusCXiUereIn the Ihdles.
It Is worthy of pmisal by iheee en¬
gaged la eftruaeulture, •nowing •• it
does the advantages dfHv»W* firm,
the use of approval cbemlesl frrtili¬
ters and mulching.
At Mr. A. V. HorsfoH’s prlotery lo
Queen Rtmet, Fort-of-fJpaio, we saw
yesterday on exhibition a band palotea
picture of the White Star IJner
^nurnc.” This Is an enlaiged picture
from a small model pod tlierwouiing
ts ver» good. The artist !• a youth
named AIcKrozta who Is r»*?***^^
under the JJbaidnf Indualilal Train¬
ing as an apprentice in pattern making
department of the Trinidad Dock and
KnglneeHng Oompan) Thi« youth
has been very brilliant In hi* examinn
tkm. The pictme U a sourve of
genuine attraction to all who pa*«
along Queen Street,
The Inhabitants of Helmont\ alley
Hood, at least, can well understand
what the sulfeilugs of the people
•Mown south,” eape&slly. must be
At present owing to the low eta»* '»!
theSL Ann’s reservoir, from wh»*h
watei is supplied to Dslnmnt Valiev
am! thereabout, the water m nnl\
•‘on for a few hour» daily, and thin
there is a tegular scramble yt the
standpipe** The service pines to the
Ixxrwe are practically uaelees, Just
now, as very htUe water. If any. can
be got fiout them. Tho situation is
becoming rubre and more seiious, for
titough the rain clouds appear, almost
tan tal ialngly, we beatditsalJ, there
is scarcely any precipitation owing to
the strong winds.
For the purpose of inducting the
Uevd.lU. L Monclou, the newly In¬
stituted Vicar of Chsrlottvills and
Npcysidel'Vlndwanl Ihatrici) fobog*
the llevd Canoa S. 1L Hrownc pro
c^Metl to Windward on boant the
1LMS *Npeya on \ Veil need ¡»y ^asL
The llevd 1. It. Ilatumond has been
anpointodprlest-imthargeof NL Mary’s
Windward district.
On Tuesday svenlng last, the int-ui
liers of live Ncarboiouch llrolherhood.
presented the Hev O. Jj. Dyer, witli a
valedictory addtewacotHnfvsnied by a
purse of sovereigns, in view of his
sppioachiPg depaitur» from Tobago
to assume other duties. Oil the follow*
mg •evening there was a reception
service to the Her. T. Dodson, th^new
Nupcnnlendent of the Wesleyan
Mission in that island, who formally
t*K>k over the presidency of Ills pteds*
y*»sor-llev Dyer.
Captain W. 11. Owen It.N.Il, the
Marine Hu|iennlendent in these parts*
for ti>e lioyal Mad hteam Facket Com
|iany. left last evening for Cui tluigena
t>y tue H M. H. •‘Catalina.” \V« ua-
dersUnd tliat the tug *• lYcmlei ” left
Jamaica yesterday to assist the
“ Arcadian.) Un to late yestenlay
afternoon no fnrtnelr newaotlhc mla
hip had been received heir.
Mrs Kva Willing Astoi. forimr wife
of the lair John Jacob Autor,, and who
is now residing in Knglan>l, And moth
er Vincent Astor has dodded to pro*
nevsl to New Yoik to lie with bet son.
She will sail, says the “Nniv Yoik
Herald” of at-ecent date, at theearh*
e*t possible ruomenL
We understanl tint there are
yeveial applicant* fm the (mst of
evtia cleilcal assiktant in the City
J’olice Conit, wlmh han become va¬
cant through the promotion of Mr.
Kenrlh I^wipikc Ui a i lerkslnp in the
oMceuf the Distilrt C nut.
Mr Nathan Straus, luotlici of the
late Mr. Isidore Straus, from whom
1 he won! was kept foi several daya of
the death of his taolher, aboard the
•* Titanic,* Is lying dangerously ill in
New York of -heart disease due to the
shock of the new of his bereavement.
Mr. Straus, not in the best of health,
was iuthel city to at'emi the Tuber¬
culosis Congress where he was u> retd
a paper on the Fssteurixation if milk
as a pieventatlve of that disoAse. His
condition was such that when the
newt of the “Titanic * disaster was
rfeelted It wax wltheld. Theu it l>e*
cante certaio that the brother aud his
brother in law were drowned, aud the
Information was conveyed to Mr
Straus m gently as possible, Tbeef*
feet wm as It was feared it would be
by those who knew the deep brotherly
affection existing between the pair.
tn view of the proposed visit to this
island of the Brtgaulier Ueueral Dal-
ryiiuple-IUy on the 2ith hwtanLfor tbs
purpose of iDspecti&g the Local Forces,
the Oonstsbulary are being put
through tome preliminary exercise»,
including skirmishing which was car*
rled out on the savannah yesbrday
morning, under lb* direction of ihs
lns|veiU>r Oeneral, LleuL Coloutal (1.
D. Nwalo, theofltcerson parads Mng
the Deputy Insj^ctor Ceneial. Ueut
Colonel 1L H Marshall, Inspector Wil-
Min. and Nub-Inspectors, Uair and
Cavenaugh.
We have been te«ju»*t«d tu temind
Uuwe K«iilleineii who are Interests] in
the establishment of a loeal in anch of
Uve Oatlvolie Order of ih« *• Knights of
hL John ** that «TMsetingU» make the
rveewsstry arrangements wilt l* held
in the (tailor of the Hotel Miranda
(Mr. D. N«nU*n’s) Corner of ll#»ry
and Queen hlieets, to-morrow after
Quoa at 4 o'eluek prec4*e4f. As |io«
Ueeu already slated, lb« a(>proval for
the MtaUWbiAent of a Oommaodery
of (ba from His(Jrao* the AttbbUbop, Dr.
Dowling. ^
lly adecros of tbs (government of
Folauibia. with the approval ot the
To marrow o% Use Now
ossiph. a Harvest pSiÍKS’
^SlKvncy Fair wM h* DoW 1« »fj
of the Church of ;* JK?f, JÍÍ
Unlwreal Owifth." Tbe looal If^n
from the city leávtw at 9ft0 *An.,-Jo
ample tiove to be there for the
reohercM hroakfact-^oe of the hiok-
ed-fur attr&Mono aod alwayaappre
elated faaturee'of
the old capital-which win be
from ll.tf)a,m. Mr. Hugh vhtHagHAiHl
will be In attendance Th« da voted
Curé Fallier J. McIV n*u II < H. 8p.. »•
also the D denmiy nfT**r. through Un* medium, a
hearty welcome U» all their friends
anpsaitttanc-esand olheta.
Haya the lW)erar* •' Arg«>4y • U
Is nf Intelest to note lluV the drought.
or rai her the conté miados» of It, is pre*
dieted iu •• HrlstnFa Almanac.’ a very
tvupuiar publication in thi» oniony*
live almanac does ^not actually **#ert
that the drought would be prolonged,
but ll leaves us to Infer as nnwh by
niakiuff no-refpience to rain In tus
i»4bc« devutwl t*i January, February,
And Mat l> Win* h umi-iIIv r.mtahi such
refeo'ii* a mgitnc f"im of pn*g
nuHtiuUiun uisiM whl. h no dec ent
prophet would I** cunlmil Uv build a
reputation Unfortunately, the al*
irmiia* dm»» not state anything to
Iaten tin hope that we shall soon have
All tin laiuv that arc reqiAml. and. if
n ih to l»e believed, tin oideal thiougo
whu h tlm colour is passing is going U>
‘ifei ‘ *
last for a consfderatvle time. Aesnrd*
log to ths almanac Uvtre wrrs to
be •• sljoaeea**nnlyon the UUhAnHI'
and live 1st of May. and after that
there will lx> no rain till Septenibsr,
when tliey will be “ heavy.”
Mr. J. Fierpont Morgan, the well-
known banker of New York, attired
At Venice on the 2^lh April last in time
to take pait In the intuiturali&n of the
International Ait KxIilMUoti. It was
Mr. .Morgau’s intcatiou, says the
• NVw York World t*f tlis ifthh in-
etant, to sail fur New York on the
“ Titanic.” but fortuoalety the tanker
â–  hanged his inlml and went on
Venice, *
Carl 11. Hshr, the ettampion tennis
pUyer in Amwrtca, who um a passed
ger on board ths '‘Titanio” Is report'd
«•«veil,
Yesterday a womau named Hen-
netta Thomas was aflnei 26 by Dr
(Hackwood Wright few obstructing
Assistant Sanitary Inspector Ho%h
while in the }wrfonuaoce of bis uuik.
The alteina Ive wo* l«n dsys impri¬
sonment Ills Worship told defen¬
dant that was ths least U« could flue
h r, but she could petition His Excel¬
lency to have it reduced.
HARBOUR & MARINE NOTES.
Ueporta from London confirm that the
‘ Titan!' has Insured on a «alus of
i.1 oD.ODi) tiec of particular average ale»»
Iu ely up to gun,»*), hut to pay claims for
pvi'itular avciaxe In excess of till
«mount For tldvrisk the nonuriai pre
inkmnof I s per c'lit. foi 12 months ww
l> vi I The ttiwo will he e nrth much lest
linn originally aotirlpated and about
will rover this pxrtotttie loas.
Iloweier, it i* oonrtrutíal that Lloyds
«Ions had Kliout 41 (UitUI Involved
ptaaftQgcra effect* And jewelry.
JOHN HOADLEY&rc
ARE XOW SHOWING RI'KC'I \l YaLÚe'^S
OAHU IN
Indigo Blue 8n|
JACKET AND PANTS-$9.68.
Guaranteed nut to §
w-tass I
“THE DON
Conner Marine Square & Chacon
Th* disaster to Mi* TiUnb haacaus'*!
a hjom in the msnulactunng of life liual
an I raffs unpr the trade in the I A. Order*have »*»t
iMíLtioxitiiiwl to the otean going steam
ships bul have lie«n rectived atao froux
the S >nnd and coast wise steamship tom
uani*M. Although the Uriush Hoard of
irado orders that w<»»l©n life boats
s'iniild lit’ tarried in preference to metal
i* Mtn tb< Canard Line have ordeml seven
of metal botts to four of tbs wooden '»•
iiely Metal life traats iuvs ,preferred
tmeauss tbsy are quipped with ste»l air
tanks, are self righting, and prootloally
unalnkable. The cost of ths life boats
tangos from 9X90 each aud ths life rafts
of (he catamaran type from |180 up
Hi transatlantic Unas havs ordsrsdan
i itreaat io tbs numlwr of lUs boat# on ail
bteamshlps, although already carrying
mors than required by Law. jThsr» will
ulao Wan Improvement In all life saving
appliances.
Ths Danish stcamci V C/«u, l.báu ions
Captain Kail, left yesterday tor Kurope
via the Northern islands with VJU oags
i nnldad Cocoa, Mil bags Jd*nJ*ck,#*)bag«
Flour. 7i caaks Crude UU, IU brls. Flour,
J packages Merch»ndls-and 91 passsonis.
ForBar(-ad»a —Mr and Mrs. F, (¿•Maug
han and 4 ctaildrwti, Mi. aud Mrs. J. C.
Pinto da Silva. Nurse and child, Mesare,
If C. Hendrickson and C. OommlMloug,
Mrs. DeUsoo and 16 dscksra.
Th# HriUsh thrse masted schooner
Albanl”, 94s tons, Csplain Deoksr,
mIM ysatewlay from Fhllndslphia, Fa,
U.8.Á.* withi Tiiuidad eooonuta
frrHii MessrerTmorge F Hoggin* and Uo
i h«* local agsnts for tlm Pmuktlo, Usker
Co.
u> ewlwik Owm, os «or pr.Ua»
wb»U,M. HlmtUr |M«tilblUou h,.r
besu snaotsd. sokuag other planea, i»
Ouodeioupe. llnylt, and Hen Domingo
Word has Wen rrcsived from Hsnioi
U-iHistahuUry Inspector U B. Nurmoo
who is now iu Hat hados, that he in
freimg much WUnr and brighlar. It
b Vr?.‘*!fí **1-. “vv lD -u»ü,
KogUud " wUlMWfkUilir iMtor# thl,
Vm4-»mUb, Md .Hclnit Ollier ot
our Local Foctwa.
The Royal Moil atoaiavr 'M’ataiiu*.
I tkt| tono, 0a(ttota Tebfat arrived from
Demeram vaatsrday luoruiitg with cargo
In traooil for Kurope |8he took 9MU Inns
bunker coal and kf( during tb« aftornoun
f*»r Cartagena to *v»Ut the ILM.8
ArvatUau.
The Norwegianjasamsr “ Fageraaud ,
Una. OsfSséñ Otean, ssiisd pn Thun
doy tfúimopn for Cayenne with oxen in
transit and the follow lug targu (rout
Trinidad 4S0 Wakels onions, 2 caes* tea,
»bags rloa, 5U half bogs salt, 91 boxea
preserved tneoL and M pack sums Chinese
gooda 8he also took away MB püakeúes
trausblpment cargo aodl paeeeuger, Mrs.
Doe Santo* â– 
31 < ouui
nal ««Uleshipt an ay ,P*vt,of thf* year* addition to the
I tilted dtaU-a fleet. The following pro-
¡ —:-r—* — approval ot the *r*»uuie w*. agrresd upon by ü¿T enü
LagklaUire, Svrfaaeat» pow fui bidden Ui,¿u'* Two i-olllur*, éwn.uuu c*ch, four
Wa have been informed that — nns
4neat tipos thr tacumu^ndatioa dihi
Juiptspiti Parliamentary Uommluee os
wmlgMdioe.iUe Elegancy Qovermor —
la HssW will he appoisUng as Lighthouse
Indian to mi 4he enleUsg vaosney on
the LafLiativv Loisnril Many nameu
Mveoiiint'd with ike eppointtuent.
!*ui’jwí far 9“ **m*,l'~ hi»ui
pitbii.biug asv.oi from leaking uov
cuuiUtihWu tk« tuisum.
subtoaiinM. ftxxjou ea»h. *ix torpedo
boat deatruvurs |vw,um e^i, grid â– 
U»nder for the destroyer*. A direct vote
upon the question of Wilding WtUeahlp.
resulnwi In the defeat of the proposition,
* hlch ha* already been turned down by
the House Ihuottiie laucus, Th* pre
naval pregraesm* Is |Aisu,(k«Wi
year. The nanaiilU*
njUglgaBa 3. aES^fej'
■j'tajjwjoIn II l«aoüMth*taMli. AMhu- k.
I***1* ■—«nl to a
win wnM t.o Inájñi. Kn1 .bum
!*“ "Il“ «nth »Mt at IVrt of MB,in
a*°lus •«*'*•* 1h* harbour today. *■
«he * ** i-oallng yt'AMudAy, r
foi
'w^-inirv l^uc I
w fewciv*
Tb. s * Inui
i*a««i* lo da) *i
anj 4j I**i. iaipL Uigo will bírevciv'rd I
lhf -hvA j^Hti U|> to li liUsI YljVtl.
LIMITED.
‘The Store deLuxei
oooemu»»oe»ooo>ooooo»o» WE HAVE JUST REGEIVEO]
SOM IS LOVJiliY
FANCY COLOR’D
Frillod and Ta.ssolloci. i
.joins to .jtins \Vi — AI-S0--
ó4iin Wido at 21c to OUc per Tiari
FINE COLOURED TAPESTRItfl
NEWEST ÜESIGNS—jQ INCHES WIDE.
PRIOR 72 > TO Sd PER YAW»
CARPET SQUARES
AND SOFA CARPETS. • *
Choice Lot Just Reoeirf^
[‘RICES FROM j DOES. TO J) DOLS.
SOPT DOWN OCII>®0
just .1 /v:ir .tr «*■"
THE VERY LATEST HI
c SELBA.’
for men. lamer, AMM hit IHtEN’8 WiJ1
M itlmut AT
WILSONS,
3C.IMITÍIJJ-
rristitiiwucii'aTas**»

131E rOUTOF-SFAIN OAZUlTJi SATURDAY MAY 11 1912
ANDREW^ COLF CLUB.
*eslo&aI* end Ceddfeautnafel,
tetch. floors play lakes place
tl«MI
/tte - .
IlLÓll . r ~--
ltn*fintoQB at^-w wb»a tb* fail*
Stfvtrf genUstnen will pley agalntt Uni
‘ if»» Rmlih f Joseph WilHaiaa.
ÍT,' WUson v iiardwwod.
A. g, VaCgben v FreaoutL
T.T. Wilson vLeggsi.
f. 8, W W»JJ. WDsoavXampy.
M, p,Gaate*un)#v Daunts.
• Oku WUaoa v b
iff,u»r*rf v K*uul» Sheafs,
E #.l»Uapff7V hdimind,
^fiMaatxnitb v Aanert Cut.
1 Iv. Aston v OecU.
^EtreiuivBoysr.
f,r*oasdsii« v Jiiomr* A .
1 £v, A. H. Hatton v Clifton).
* fed. K««rbo^l v Lock bp or.
¿W. Jl Clark* v Keg*!*.
r J. Headrick t KamioJpb.
Iky. hbu v ¿tupwru
-f MamlWU.Uu»Ou * Milton dark*,
EA* fttiftv* * Jrebueifcseklea,
i A Wn*uo Joure ' r»u«iie,
" -• AiutMT ' UKk.
ORGANS OF DEAD TO RE
equip_livinc. *
“’’tepsaw’"
**3ss¡i«lñrp«1' *i ^ vn»AtKT
uSiSiffi.llj Aooordinc to Ur!
144bwoII Jark. prol^Mof of torcer*.tik.
Uol«N»> »*• -
pA.tt |J,K >Wi*on v buffi*.
FWPREMECOURr IN TOBAGO.
(Fro»t A^t. orre^poncfenO,
JasUcTlKu^ll
Uiinnltf .. „„
vbohifidMbf violence not in'.iiríT»
^£y.fcuro’»«s«:0<'r*
a>MkN.<1.«rMU» twtkbT.lueof*okhcr
<">■» I,«lib, !„)&,iSK
whii h Hie has Dean Put tvcentlT «>tin«r
K* lr»L»M*nt«i In tli* anatomy of Urina
baufta MW II, w ib.t .... IIÃœS
-*(..prioelp^l organ. of Ui.human belt
iu«7 b. mad. uuiwin Ibl. m.nn.i? T
H5T»
“ MEN DIE, WOMEN LIVE
arrived by the
_ " bptj .tin Wednesday imiroibg
8 .fta lo*t~) mil WBiDieunfd tb* ful lowing
IF*"— UUMINAL.
t Rax T Benjamin Morrli^—Selling lire to
¿Dw*iU«g Uoue* Jure dlnagreed.
** Hox v Joseph Ljoot—(laving (n hU
banu*ioa mould* lor coining 2 year*
5 a*rd labour.
• aUAUUBY Jl nibDlCTIÜ.V.
»Charle* Leonidas David v ltussle
ETftysoey Klteon and Phillip Allen—to
j neorw po**easlon and eatawlab tille—
iMstpoBAd from January alttlng.
If giry H. McJAm^ali» hdward Uroane
caed Mark Lang* positioned as above—
qgroagfel «airy uu l'uuourt a Land.
jV|,U*u(g*Llouaay v ueo. Dewl* Latour-
|M*tpoe*d a* above A
K Joaooa Daniel \ »arahAnn Man*wflT-
|**r«evef poaaeaMon of land.
Band ward urowmr Jame* MeDougaU and
I Mary McDougall damage* for wrongful
Ikvy.
ftwwUlUm Alexander Sarper v Adam
I faUA—Tree pasa.
laJcbnT. t'aUeraou v James Kirk Slad
ftna—Damages for preferring ibarge oi
ftMneayctc.
vtt«iM*r*oo Si CO vC. II. Ironside-
fjMgmeut buutuons.
â– Blata*A. Hope, trading as Hopo Si Co
It Wat. Melnruy Attorney ot Caslara
(IbUteUmlted outuinon* of bale.
*Pl»*ro of a recent date and
wrifti* read e lih loterevu
UKIUKET.
1 CAB CALS C.C V MWtSTK t.l,
^TtM foliwcving tviii leptoeenC tLe
[GseualsO-O. to-day on loo Catuals
[•roundat 2 p.ui. ll. U. liieeo. \V.
IaccIm» K. Jvuiutooe, t\ Uraut« L.
. borlano, t). Uewuuiet. H. U. Uoorly
’J.UrtfnUt, C. Nouuan. M. Johtt»U>ue.
[M. Darweuti^U buinu, L. Tnutraii.
mTnefoliowiug will tepreaeut Maje*-
MeUC.—I1- tiictoo, U. W. Mrancne.
.fl> bpringer» U. Miliar» J. James, il.
MsUeader, A. Uaileuder, V. UUrke. L,
Mdilp*. K. Huberts, 1*. Alaughu. K
“"ihp*. f, Moudezie. \V, da vary,
Kp. Unpin»* It. Ú. Taylor and
iuy.
- YOBKJUIHE V A»0 SDK.
,YIhs following will represent York-
wrs on Majestio grounds^ A. Uos
ItaUM (Captj* tí. do* ¿danto», A.
AfotUoL IL a. Jleyerst T, b’rautoi*,
J»U Vieira. K U. Uouvela, O. Uryce,
M* Ju Fuller, It, boillb. (J. Meyers, il.
MiisUtbmao.
rhs following will repieasnt Arcade,
Welch. U. i>. Mapp. W H Manniog,
tt. J, Lucillo, it. uarke, J. iloldei.
tt iL Uaddatvay. A. Nicholls. h
IhiUber, W. iayior, ti. Patty, it, \\.
M>l>aslL
pCTOBJA C.C, 1st XI T 6IIAMKOOC t.l
Jkto#following will represent Victoria
y>U. on bnemrock giouads t 1*
OeovUnUne, V. vasoall, il. bt Hill, It.
it, MauKamara, Juo Joseph, i'.
^•*ÜÜo,H, Lutütjert, J. Ulaike. V,
T\ bealey, a. Corbie.
Was followtug wiU repteaent Hharn-
••a t H, Metam uurt, V, Maiogot. A.
fwogoWO. A. LAtour, C, WaUace. U
pVerUull, W Uotuoui U U. lteece,
J|Winter, l*. booit, K. üorxauo, 1*.
wtonung
ICfituac 2ndt sr maky’s c.t«
BAs tallowing will repreeeut tíbatu*
“^lodXlou tu* former’s grounds
*ft Jos. tí. tíebeuit, U. iiamel-
8C U.Cummtng, I*. Uunjailug, tí.
Aoeurti U. Mclotoeb, tí. A. iliuds,
. -bowl**, J. títúalosa, it Maiogot
^¿•riera, tL Uorueg.
Lr“V foilowicg wift represent &U
,7^^0.U i lieo. Jl, Claike (Uapli.
^A. Joseph, Ü, tí U. AVarner, U 'l.
F*JVotwU, tí tí. Walks, J. A.
ij«otby, tí. A. Norman, L, M, tírasér.
* Alonso, W. Knox, U, tí. Unge.
r*. V STINGO c.c.
a** folio wing will represesenl the
in the oiatck against títlngo
ft tiHlayi—Mi C'lprlaul, J, deJNo
tí. K. Gammon, U. U. Toppin. A
"•on, 8. blone, A. W, liuot, J.
.--ML G, tíroctor, G. Dusbe, L.
Lysjkfw.
P»*fodowhig combination wilt rep*
•kt the buugo.-W. ilargreave*
_>> M. Hector. W. Wilson, M.
P£«* W. liaynee, J. l'ollonais, 1*
J- «ornas, O. Cumbei batch, N tíorde,
«SuiíCiiuí An'h'r' wMud““
■ *0,¡¡nJi C.C V mrrAMC I c.
«t?**wi*i rrpreeent 'IhUtle
l£.ír#if^fÍUUQÚ W. ManlialL U
lm.. • ^ de NuLriga, U UoineA b
ljjman*,T de tíogoe, 8. üály. ü. tílft
Iik«írfnUowing team will t4ay íoi
liSLi ^°*.° c c -tí. OuroberbaUU
lS°lflfr*' J- Hmali. 1). King.
ItíiÍki.W1*. ’h tíerelia T. Uomiogo, tí
IWun*'’ 'ViUoii tí. Andrews, tí.
fcWmUtna, tí.Manmog.
I ‘ a mi rimú 2au xi.
ft*iít*.,®«‘>wiug will rvMeeeht Vlctc
t.ckVí.1 .r* H. Ilr.u.
|r> a Nucir, N. Crur. I. Uk*
1,^? .1* Jtof.ru. t’. (ktlMd.r. K
u' *- f’bUil1-- IVthotlli.
u Sí**110*.
f, »lll l«|WM*Ut Ktou
j. a J.u.phri. IM« I
IoRK"-,, *->»" A ThüttU. W
T.S.P.C.A,
«tet wi^rs. r.ü"r:
^*Msat\Má. MUUjHlupicMHit.
ri • kcola b«ie'imi ▼ «lUd
«k aad Aluuui»ik»
«eaiiga.1 g.( (Ui U«) -oí, . CM. rPM lh«*« four
>rd* with dry eyo* I Alwiya, alwaya
«inen «lie ibattlie woqieamayUve 1 You
i°'booiftÜOÍV'thit symboHsm of
oth< Editor cflh* Herald i—
Men die, women JIr* r What man.
ííií.'lllhT*"’ c“, n*1 th'«> '001
word* with dry evo* I * *
tliemr*
know, . „
tuanbood.
Vta5)ft thcr« »r*lbou*and* of my sex,
light, trftling women, who ooruider th«
Bf«n«c« of a man's Ilf* tbelr right,
foldu*] This * Titanle " lesson wit] Maa
over their flippant inlnds a ttbout Its mor
al leeaoo.
u Who are the heroealn disaster suchas
t“*B * Are they the women t I glorify
Ibe nobility of men, i weep for the aelfoh
nees of tay sex.
KijubithNi.holm Watrouw
New York, April lfl, l«lt
ÃœITY POLICE COURT.
(Of/or* Drt Oluktoood Wrtght).
. Friday,
AnHAtXT.—Uomlibli* Lalog cbaigid
tíditli Chutle* with beatiug tíredetuk
Hum, It was proved thatdefrudant
•tabbed How in the cbeit with a pen¬
knife, 'the wound la not a dangerous
one. It was defendant'* first offence,
but the Maglstiate told her be tould
nut let her oft when «lie stalled with
ovliig the knife in that way. lio eeol
net to gaol foi a uiotilh.
A* '*» ' a\ i m*.—-Constable Cox, of the
lUtüour Constabulary, charged Ueo.
Leacock with cunveyiug photographic
iNatee, *u»fM>cU>d to l« stolen. Hie
uonvlable* said he was on board a
schooner and heard defendant ask the
laptaitl whether a hoy had brought
a uaudbag thete for hun. The captain
nauiig auvweted in the aftlrinative,
•lioaed the bag to defondant who
opened it and deposited something
imoiL Complainant saw the plates
and asked defendant if they weie his.
lie said they were, and couiplaluant
itavlug previously received informa¬
tion ot stolen plates, became suvpiclou*
aud ariested turn. Aniving on shore,
tJiey went to Mr. Jacobson, photo-
giApber, in X'l-ederick Stieet, who
Maimed the plates as bU. Defumlant's
story was that btinself and a lad em¬
ployed at Jacobson s Studio had agreed
ui go to tíomt tíoitin and stall a pho*
togrspbing business, the lad to sup-
ply the necessary equipment tniuua the
cauiera, at detendaut owued one which
ne would manipulate himself, They
were to go on the same leboooer and,
d« teiidaut having got on board UrsL
nquired whether the other had sent a
nag. He learned that he had, but did
not kuow where be got the plates
which it cootalued. Defendant nevei
bold the Constable Ibe plates were his.
I’be case was postponed for the at¬
tendance of the other lad.
JliiEiT ok CoKKKE.—David Finlau
•vu and George Alleyne, carter*,
pleaded guilty to the larceuy of cotlee,
and Mr Itl’mgar of Mesare tínzgar and
tírtzgar, appeared for tbeui, Alleyne,
who had a previous conviction for
theft, was given two month*, while
k'mlaoson was sent up for a month,
UBSTBVCTiox,— Uoustablt Thomp¬
son chai ged Uerald Keect with having
caused an obstruction with bJ* cabin
Frederick btreet. After the evidence,
defendant was hoed lbs. or seven day*.
Uo another charge of refuiiog to pro*
duos hie badge wnen told to do eu, he
was lined half the above amount or a
like term. . . .
tíüKhiCS DmviNG.P-Mknuel Joseph
and Antony de tíieitae pleaded guilty
u> racing each other with their carts.
Constable tílack being tbs prosecutor,
ill* Worship Imposed a One of 10s, on
each as a prise, Us said.
lUAEATS AMI MBNACM.—tídltb
iavary summoned Chailutte Ití’tHiln-
son lor using threats ’ to her. Mr.
ttomeo appeared for defendant who,
along who complainant, was, at the
Hose of evidence, bound over to keep
the peace for si t months,
The above reward will be given for
evidence that will secure the conviction of
the person or persons who, on the night of
the 4th instant, bored a hole in our Water
Boat, the "MILLY," and also stole some
provisions from on board.
A. C. PORTEOUS & CO., LTD.
52, South Cluay:
Mil MAY, 191-.'.—lw.
the xosrsonr
ELECTRIC THEATRE.
WOOD BROOK, PORT-OKSPAIN
THLHPHOint JiO.
Manager]*. —
_ O. 8EIFFBRT.
-v-R>UALLSv-r
' PROGRAMME:
Thursday, Friday, Saturday,
9th 10th. 11th May.
“ liEA.lt YE ONE ANOTHER'S UUKDENS."—
, [A I’nthctio Drama. ,
taksn very UL
(TFJV husband who I* suddenly Uksn very UL During I
partner la business rubí him. You next see uvjn redaoedi*
During his Ulaesa hie
circastaece»-^
partner m .v«i »•>*« •*» —~ —— .
tbs wife Is eempelled to sell the furniture—but she managee to hide all tbelr
troubles from tier husband who la suffering from an apoplectic tit. feb*
works hard et Unsy work which she sells and sopnort the fsmlly uokoowa
to her husband, paring her absence her child pulle the latop ao<*
house catches Are. Terror cure# the hasband-end he succeeded in extia.
gatohing the ilamsa. Tbs meeting twtweeu the husband and wUs after 1*
meat drauistie. v
Tlltí WOULD DK TWIN -The funniest Twins you hats ever esen.
LA ROSUELLK-ltoautlful Scenery.
80X0 Ol' TUB WILDWOOD rLVTE-An InJUn Dramfc
FOE TO KICHELUEU.
.J
JAPANESE ARTISTIC DE
SIGNS TEA SETS
THEMAYFAW
- IN All) or THE -
|« tn fio
BELM0\T rRSSBVTERY •FUNDS
Vav( Cups. Platee. Salada, Mua
tariin IVpiwr* and Halts, etc $10
niN'NMt SET for lian-all White
amt 1> >ld Suitable Wed ting • ’re
r. n(« t 1) «tte Titn'aUi* f i Cruets
tkK’ tu*l M (‘tile U.slirna FLOWER
4tairf- Vaitcty uf dais, EUrthsn, China
To be held on the gtonnd* of Mr. and Mrs
Clarence Llguuruat No Sd.Uehuont Ctrou
Ur itoed on
rjtiiKi y;n*t ma y una.
STANDS 1 ti$l •»
sq1 llsnlniireet Lut rale priues to be ha>l at
W. L. ROS 5 & Co..
• The Uixiar", tó Mtrine Stjuars
1NAUQUIUL ADÃœRKSS by the Very
.. . .. . . w. «... >ra1
ii
I>AJtT 1st.
Count Ds OnUle fall* In lore with the beautiful Duchess of Richelieu.
De Oslale is plotting against the life of the Ordinal. The Duchess writes
Ue QeUU a letter which he drop* and I* found lw Count tU Louvrea, hi*
rivaT De Louvres denounces i>* Calais to UMislteu. De Calais Is arrested,
the Duotveea bsge the King to pardon him. Th* King refuses and Ds Calais
Is beheaded. ,
1'AMT and.
Delxnvrsin his turn his another rival la Count Chetnpandler, He
lights a duf ill front of the Iludida* • 1'ulaoe with Chempandler who I*
outvied. Oheuipandler Is Uksn in and attended by tbs Duchen* De
Uav. Father Sutherland Ó P Vicar Oes era.
Tocomioenoeatk.kinui. precisely. Fleam
riding gailerv and Motor car drives, Ad
NADRUCO, LAXATIVES.
These nouftetions arc pleasant to taste aud
efficient in uso. Taken a9 directed they pro¬
duce free and easy actions without pain or
discomfort.
They are best taken at bedtime but can
taken whenever conveuieut, Constipa-
mias&n-CbUdieti sixpence. Adult# Is,
Coacei t and Denoe at «MÜ p.lu. precisely.
Gentlemen's Ttck*te Js. Ladle* 2*.
btrtnu Hand . 00Ü SAVD THE KING.
TAKE NOTICE
bo
;ion as an after ctfect does not follow their
uso as is the ca-.o with many laxatives,
.’hey do not .disturb the d gestive organs,
liey contain the best laxative known and
aro highly recommended for any case in
either children or adults. Tneir action is
. jest when chewed up and mixed with
mllAT the Hook Debt» of
t the Inte Firm of A. \V.
AKMOOUAN, of SAN FER¬
NANDO, lime been iwol'iiciI
to us. All person» indebted
to tho buicl Firm uro reques¬
ted to settle their ueeount
with us before tho Dint hut.,
utter which date nil liecountu
remaining un|mid "ill he
handed to our Solicitor for
Collection.
flHJE PUBLIC i* be shy ciu*.lud«d
J- •k«1o«’ gviage'jr e sdil Ui my w.f*
;hc Sul iva.
AftNOTT LAMBIC
& Co.
J/»rine ^«ir«
AGONY ON
OPERATING TABLE.
Tbo Board of Industrial
Training.1
1ECHÑÍCÁL1 CLASSES-
lHE T«;bolc,l Cl..-.conJ,l'OJ lif
tli. Duard »l lb. VteU>rl» In.lltut.
.ill b»«lo » "«w ‘.«b 00 (**?
iwil. "sutijM •: F.rrl.rr. l‘i»ctie,l
Work,bop. D,»wlo*. KiiiioMriog,
Worktbop IV«U<».
UuokbloAog. Bbp.r.gbl. U -rk,
(Boot builJlBg) »od "oik,bop a,. H-
u»lic. Fro. NoM a*»rg«Uoll.gio
undAmwbo., ArUrtMbiif mdU
£ t««ET o' W*» lon’ «'b
eiSShOAWS OK KfKICIKXCV
The-* are do«v oely j t*rwr
exemCsUoa* w^lafa *i# o*WJn Jeou*
ace isd July of sub f*ep Ãœj* Mil
fiiioisilioB wiU b# oeM lo Port-of*
**Koi furtbli pefHBulAr# apply to
T. a JACKSUN,
Beorelary.
UtfViMO^ MulWlBi*.
April Sik. r
-cs—=»»«"'
SMOKING MIXTURE 1
CM (*Lai Q..X. Wf.
**♦!
Did. uut Kauiuvu m«u
Glu 4*1111»
Xu. tlxe Xlluddex*
1C.
• JpILBTTK. P.Q.
Dtirlcg August Uit I went to tfoatreelto eon ult a specialist es I bad been
sulleiiog terribly with bto * la the Uladdcr. He decided oo an ojmration, and
was assisted by anothsrdoolor. They said ibe rale ulus was larger than a bear
and too bard to erusb tud t bey eot Id pot take It our.
1 returned horn* suffering greatly and
did k^ow wbettodolMit was recouimended
by a friend L> try U IN 111.1 H. 1 bought s
lux and founj rrtirf fi«>m ibe p«lo at cnee.
) took a second *«>d aibrdts)* of Lll
IMM after which I went b*ck to tbr
s|ieo«sl*L lls told me the calculus was r<
dufled in site, si ill lie awild tuH rvhev* uie
of It al liouáb he tiled for two hour* and
bef.
J returned h «m** sgain and o>m>iIou ¿f take U N PILL* •• ires oduoMt) i be pelo
Vety wui.h, Ui *1i* u*>t expect ibaLtbvy
would rvlbv u»m f he M4»s, but leaf
gieaij-y p ■»•**•! iM*a*o»>*r».»Os otwr Ad
Y« eud un bos » w»*ll iu«o »ud ve*y happy.
t .... IÉ.O you ao Ibsl
'•at a urea'
>rui«. GIN PILLM
,b. inlbo world. ,od bjMU- U*»» bid luuobíor w. I
wUlrvcomB)ei»d them all thereat of »y ALHgtTJ LKtfkAHD.
Wh.t k lor loo. d.w. lo Ibo.. wbn or.»1™0? ft1' f. '“***.tV? 'ft* P*1"
-_»v SSTi Hladderl Hvrs U ease a* d e**»l«t! Here is iri**! I Hw# I*-
of BU»* lo Tb* n s-idef the steus without hinog k ÍTfsIfamí “ion. * GIN VlLLS d Urel v a Woo. oi Or vel m Kidmrys wj«* d?rú!í.íi OINKILLU or. lb. hr orlo .rid lb« .orid b>.
t am sendmg dw •(
you aeu s*s mm f-«r y«»u
a ora UIN 1*1 -LA J d f..j
mrH Twi’lroubi* is like Mr. Loaserd*. fettow bmeseaMte aud take tilh
on iaT Mods? refunded if tbsy fell to give rebel *e«|rie U>« free If you
wrlN.e-o“.iemg“/oi1"b to Oo. iwd..To™^,. Of^-n. , ,
)f the bowels are ooustlpated and Jives larM tsks.iskeiil Luf Ww
plU*-a bo*
JOSEPH’S PHARAMCY)
^ Cot*. l*ark and
INUaCtíltíTIoM» PlbJMtím AM
Mast Diegs, CheatS-aL aud loifei lw-pn
aad aver / Uu Aar ivswt
Churl.Hr W«,
. A
IKtrklA I'OMI’OI’M'U.
••I t ' iiliiH IM Ut« Mut
r
Liu
SMITH UROS. <íi Co.
Rurt-of-Sjuiin.
3Iaj "tli.
WIFE NOTICE.
'«Maua (esuinua y edlvd Dtcbw) she
h ,vi with >a aoy J«u eiav».
9 AUEKH.
fet JotspH Road,
Mty8kb—lw,
HOME * INDUSTRIES
ASSOCIATIVA'.
a i, rradoWoic »t.
AVo hme a lurge ami taried
.loch of l’icture l’o-l Card».
Alrto original ahetcheM of East
Indians, etc., in "liter colours.
Hand-painted leys on silk ; Delicious Ger¬
man biscuits, fresh daily Kid
¿lores cleaned.
TI M Q P THE BOYAL MAIL
iUI.o.r,5I£AM packet co.
COASTAL SERVICE
NOTICE.
O'
WING to the RUA “Keonet ha*
|»« to be laid up for the purpose of
dry-docking aad o-swel repairs, from With
May uM Jare 1911, it baa W*o atresged,
wiib tbe penelselou of lile Rxeelkaey the
Oovsivks fur the aa * ttpey to iwrforui
‘ Seniiirs of Trinidad aad
wounded. Uhtuimodler is MMn in aim auenuvi uj iuc aruvaeas uo
IdOuvres who is a favourite of the Cardinal irpm-u to him that Ciiempeadler
had fought a duel. The Cardinal sands to arrest blm -hut the Duchess sac
oseds in getting n pardon from the Queen. Tbe Queen Ui return for this favour
auks Cbetupaiidler to take to Ungland a letter to her lover, the Duke of
Hucklngheiu, butwlien giving him the letter shell seen by one of the melds,
The n*Tl report* this to Father Joseph, Kkhpileu's.eecretary, who reporte
It to Itlolielieu ltkbelleu I«av Ctiempandler arrested and tortured, but he
Iriwtr* th« Min like a man. refusing to iliscioM tbs Qumo • message. The
Ihicliesn however hadsecired the loiter when he was arrested, but when
aha eew him on tbe rack she fainted and dropped Uie letter which was
handed to tbe King who gallantly destroyed it, refusing to read Its contents
and thus end* one of the mao/ episode* in the Ilfs of the famoap Cardinal
llkdiellsu.
Tutob IlurTKHFl.V—Mr. Tetó jint from Africa presenta
the Aeaiicm)’ of Seieneo with n rare Uutterlly.
CUHIWA'T V VJiA’TS í
Kin
- (¡Burgo uml Queen Mary hiyiu;
Etono.
; n Foundation
Rugby Mutch—Wales—Ireland.
Arrival of Australian Cudots.
Paris Fashions.
DVC^_TI3SnE3ES
Wednesday, Saturday & Sunday at 4 p.tn,
USUAL 1‘OPULAH VHÍCUS
Sc., 10c., Sic.
Jiusmirun seats -
30c.
JUST * RECEIVED,
EX “ORURO."
60 Bass Cotton Seed Meal
Ex "Gongos,"
092 DAGS NO. 1
NAGRA RICE,
Special Clean U.rliur Dhol.
a oHPrissr,
IHFOiTAit ILTKSillOSS IK FIE-
SABS imKBlKim.
l-'01t BALIi liY
T. GEDDES GRANT.
», JIIIOADWAV.
OIL WELL
DfiiiiUNs lioumeRi
frHB D»dent*o«l 1»SJart rreel»#I per-
I .. *< Crews idCtrtUovs,' |ks loHuw*
1 vis
Coastal fteniiies ToIsNK» daring that period as under: -
(ye McrtwMU, liA and tty* May,
at W p m
Tbe "ftpey* will leeve FeiVof^palo
going South tailing at lirio, Merega,
7müj and taking the KattfUsSaleU) end
thence to Toco, Scar bmo iarririegThur*
doy» Thence goes Beet round Tetago
WfttsnasVsssi:
At midnight ths “Kissri" weuwsseor
vice as usr uiasrary fur maU week.
Tm Tuawfoy, Uk Juno.
At u p.m tb* “Npey" reenioM'horvlue aa
me iilocrar) fur mall week.
Fim all hirlLor lul'.iststk*» applt sr libe
i 11,,pan) i Olfl't
MAHINL KQl akk
l’ H it *'p4tr
A I (i ' I l>#g<
WtbAtnlWI.
L ofi Writ Urtll..* M«bl«Mr, »l,i~
Os* extra heavy Steel l>s risk, with Hull
Wbael nod all flulofs Sbeevee-Urtlbeg
J.n, Wr,D I,.-, lxt»« n|.
H,nun. Bill D«rio* Win
Ksc I Mill.. »*••»•> BUekfc (»o«
• ilBl.pat, »Bb 11- .bM.Bh .«l UU
L..I,, .....I L.»*, Uwll UhMI
lbiMika.s Um oa^lr.ri. • ( f
■hM.., *M ,k«kl,) 4-Uki.a W.U, WO,
liso. IO.M . .
Hot l.rlW p.rtlcul.11 FrtM.,
i Suuar*. Port>of-8pain,
Trinidad,
Randolph Rust
a«.i i» p*kir, u«k.-wri> tv..',.*
Tml an I Us tog CL 4,
ForVef hpel*.
AyrUMod
PLEASE NOTE.
k | a 1JSBUCH. briMirlr Bri, of Ik.
J J. Queen’s Fn*k Houl. beg* lo iulonu
tójsrsua* - *“•
and tl Hcarboroegb, Tobago,
April 17.
Royal Mail Steam Paokct
ON and after 1st Juna. 10U, tbe
r * * â–  - -
_ Column 1 end Column 3 ratea for
Transatlantic peesage will be abo ¿xhed
hod Column ft Hate will 1* la future*
described as Mlelmum lUUi whilst
supplemeuU will be charged forsu*
perior accommodation,
1 be number of Minimum Kale cabin!
will b* largely locreaeed*
Huiplsoisots will be payable for
•inris voyage* only and will not be
subject to aoy abatement.
Toe t family abatement Transad*
Umically will, In future* be 10 % from
ibe Miulmumitate lu favour of families
travelling together, paying for the
sUfffs Journey the rnuIvaJsot of three
adults TraseaQatUo fates.
Kelnrn tickets will be available for
2i C»llcodat months end cannot lie
extended beyond that time.
tíaaesogers may break tbelr voyage
at aey of tbs In Uu-mediate ports on all
first aud second class tickets on Ibe
Malo Mot. Uodorsation os tbe ticket
will hot bo necessary but notice must
be given of re-em barca lion.
Tbe baggage allowance, In future*
WiU be.4 cwL for v*fb adult first clase
passenger | S cwt, (or each eeoood
clare paueoger or servant) aad lowt*
for each steerage or deck passenger*
Hicere will be charged at 7/0 per ewt*
For further particulars, please
epply to
Tbe I10YAL MAIL HTKAM PACKET
COMPANY*
BROWN’S
Funeral Establishment,
OOUVA.
DjK't Road Tina, lk’T Mahk
TKAT
ai.kAMit ri
ItuLrlgure aaJ Qsesre, vomer of
tb* ueu.J peivuuwc
CA KETS AHQ OTHER COFFINS.
Coniplete with llobeM,
etc.,
*i »» iolUlLtlk.
ApitlJlril, lie.
criu U- x"t at ahort notice
ftom
.1 T Ul»»\\ S
» ki j i'l |t irl l »N &lau»|vi
iUi u»y IriA Uu*
c .m. /iarej^v

JX
TbE b a Wend In Nni
VVfwrrf tWe* ’a ««Id srwW HU 4a*e. »W»m» 4k#t* N tanMhk»
U U awadcd la « berry, a Sfa**f SlT?FT'U*e%!e# «« W f»W wyoe a
> b, ia4 4» k sattefactOTSy,
4* k. aa* é» k MttsfKtOTlIf»
Tbna sweMaes 4a mi Wnk 4*wa fed whta »Wy fc*e ««M l&* tíf
'¿•«pTy eua*lwcl«4, Job-tot, wakaeUft tetcblnee nU 1/ 4e*J«ra
Stager Sewfnf Machine*
*r* eertfefly n«*afert*r«4 *ed W*ty* *memU*4 by the »ott r*M»l*k
•I»4 mwmWi M*t«| ewtbiM aiav efocterrr» k tbs w«*H Tbsy »r«
Mk aluii lifetime n4 ta 4« an Uak af wains» «take* lb#
,„,i,itT Ua4 ar 4<»<*t«* hrtrlcata wwk. pnrfwtly *»4 tasOy.
SINGER SEWING MACHINE COMPANY.
SINGER SEWING MACHINE COMPANY
ssp
14 Froderlok dtroot
Pott oMpain.
Üraach Bhops'at Su» Pareando j Sangre Or and a aodJScatborough, Tobag
Wedding Presents
2A.T
E.'gigunetl R'c^s
A DEOLE . Jira
ns but Plus In tbs West Indies fer Jsvsllery.
SOLID SILVER AND ELECTRO-PLATED WARES.!
Watch?fif Ctochfi, Optical Oowlfi, «tc.
tut Outllir.—At price* to defy competition. Watchea,Clocks, and Jewellery
ripilrüd V ooSpeteot workmen, it will be to your advantage to pay ua a
call, before making your purchase.
€6 MARINE SQUARE.—(NEXT TO THE ICE HOUSE).
NEWOOOD3 RECEIVBPBÍ EVERY MAIL.
Diamond Rugs
Wedding Ricgs.
ASK YOUB DEALER OR GROCER
VX)H-
‘ QUEEN LAGER’ BEER
-AND—
ROYAL EXTRA’ STOUT
llrewcd from tho Finest English Mult and Rest
Bavarian Hops.
1912 Excursion to Europe.
Special Reduction of 1st Glass Faros.
RETURN TICKET FROM TRINIDAD TO
SOUTHAMPTON £20,
tie by -MAODALENAT leaving on ‘¿3rd JULY and returning from
uapUra apd Cherbourg by “Magdalena" oo the lUh AUGUST,
a Return Ticket wtU under no circumstance be made available fur anv
available
boulhami
Tbe Return Ticket wtU under no clrcumetance be made available fur anv
|ber?4let(nsrjth*a that atated abjve, Tor alt further ptrticultre apply at '
The'KBoya] Mall SteamjPacket Company's Office,
JMAK.NE^WrE, PORT-ÜFÜit’AlN
February 35th Ml
CAKES) CAKES ICAKES I
30OK—-
WE ÉAtSa FOB W1DDIIGS, AT BONES PASTIES, PICNICS, DANCES
AID HOTELS
BmIIw tb. followloirrrutTVuort.B.Dl ot .m^I C.kw, all iron WEugll.b
lUdpM, 3a. (—Rio. liana, Uaboro. bans, and Currant Buna at Id. A Id Ach
Bun Olbw, Boon*. Utbre, J.m Txru, J.m Pull, Currant' Art, Coconut
rti. Own futa Bteculi, PIm and itl»», at Id. each ■ Frill* Boon ¿ííukw
lUpack.g» atstvarer lb. Order, luuit b.MDta d.r In Adr.ncu u avoid
•Uy. CALL AT Ho.£tll PBCK1MUY STKISKT, or 1'bin. 070* ¿o
Luciens Chocolates Leads
Compound Syrup of Prunes.
-0(0)0- - -
A laxative for children and fern alea» pleasant to take.
3Pvla« I/O
At FARR PHARMACY Belmont, and Tbe Favourite Pharmacy odd»
alte Weak Uouae Bridge, '
M0OUBLBTTR CHOCOLATE
3
° riNUST COCOA.
HOUBLETTE COCOA, uo
* o
8
R
3
n
D
O
SOUBLBTTE
1'UltHHT CHOCOLAYK.
Z|iOUBLKTTK O I OOO LAI K - BO OBLE TTK .COCOA f»'
flf YOU ARE ENGAGED
IfJrouoontempUU) Uídr »ng»|{nj. or if you know anybody
who U engaged, you ahouid not forget, 4 4
IBS. JLkjfcfelEI'y Jfc“ aj *a—23 IHIEIEIDI ETAIJI!
order from » e»Udogu« wbioh »bow« a pwtuio of a Diuaeod
alan ÓÍ n locomotive H»»h Uabt and ouljr got i mere lilUo tvloklo
â–  Mooey refunded if quality U i oi u guarantood.
SEE WHAT YOU BUY
TUB PftTW-OPBFAiff OAaegPi* -HATffftPA? MrlV lPlflig
Cyolo &
Trinidad Government
Railways and
SOUTHERN STEAMER SERVICE.
Arrangement* for Empire Day.
FRIDAY, 24th MAY, anü
Whit Monday, 27tn May, 191$
PASSENCER TRAINS.
On Eniniro Day «ml Whit
Monday nil Iho Ordinary and
Ix>cal Week Day IWenger
Trains will run us usual.
AH return Tickets taken
between Friday, '2!th May,
and Monday, -7(h May, will
lie available up to Tuesday,
the '-Mb Mnv.
Workmen s Tickets will not
be issued either on Empire
Day or Whit Monday,
COODS TRAINS.
No Goods Trains will bo
run on Empire Day or Whit
Monday, but all lines will be
served on Saturday May 25th,
ami Tuesday, May li'Uh, when
the usual Goods Train Sort ice
will be resumed.
SOUTHERN STEAMER SERVICE.
No change will ho mn'de
in the itinerary of thu S.S.
Xajiarima and S. S. Paria
during these holidayj?.
J. W. TOMLINSON,
Arii»0 General Manager.
I’ort-of-Spain,
1st May, 1012.
Private Boarding House.
\IK9. SYLVEiTRE WILLIAMS
>J htrlrff Mcurvd tbs besUbjr*Dd corn
rumión* r^siJstcs corner c Eiw»rd Strefti Uprep»rml toaccsmino
del* • !imi ed DQvibvr of B tnnlsrr. Spc*
cUl sttcotloD «ill bs to cblldj ea
Iron tbs coastrv stteodiog ichool —Tcreni
niodershe— l>t M«y.
DENTI.STRY
Da. H. w. LYNCH
GOLD!Mtdtlbl nod Deneooitrstor ol
M«Jh»rrv Dental Gollete, U.S.A.,27
Srsdsrlk8* AtUnoicbssof Up*t>-dste
KNTlStKY prartfesd on mviertjprtn
clp'es at FopaUr prte««—Paoae SI -Nov
ICE HOUSE.
Just Received,
BXE.M.8
Fiiksii Cod
„ Haddock
„ Bloaters
„ Kippors
„ Butler
Mideot CHooao.
Cheddar Clieoso
lloqucfort do.
Devonshire Cream
CRON BY & 'CO.
Oontistry.
DR. A. MARQ.UFZ
Ufflce: 84, Fredgrick Street
PICUL Etp-wieso* la Gold Uro«ss
i B«r sad Bridga work. Tsrns aaodsr.
V| PtWUtUt; sod l«ddMti«o I«U
ka 1*4 | \ sU hraasHss—TskvAdms (}f
LANCASHIRE
INSURANCE COMPANY
FIRE & LIFE,'
MOW MhMOUl |« TVlj
Royal Insurance Co., Ua.
Fund* Exceeds... £12,000,000.
INBUItANCKS ■««■! »«.lo>t Im.
1 or d.m»g. br Fir. on Ualllar.
n&a oootsoU of Warvhdukss. 091 set,
ribops mud Klor* Premiss*, and PHvsls
DwsUiogsst wodsratapitoss.
PROMPT AND EQUITABLE SETTLE
MENT OF LOSSES.
Apsnli
SMITH BROS & GO
1’La Houuunn
Porid k|>>iu TiraiduL
ST. CLAIR OVAL
Empiro Day.
24T,i MAY 1912.
Tbs following U tbs »jwv*Uk)onl pro
tmSJie ,Mai! Du v< ua RAr*—Open to
thoM who b*T* nswr won A pdis »t
*oy ivoognlsed Cvels Meeting. £o
trenos fes two shliilnrs *nd »lx P**™*»
iTIss* to ths vnlo* of #* nnd |i
Tims IdmltSlmlns. M .
1100 Yahw Flat iuit-0pen. Entrnno*
Fes 2*.’ Prises to tbs rolo#offAfl
1 ll.Lr Mu* Dor.' Uictcui IUie-
Open to boys under 17 year*
tUy of ths bport*. Enlmnek res tt
No lUdng Cycles sllowsd. iYlass of
ths Talus of f>t, ft fl
4. Ons Milk Hut. ls Kac»En
I ratees Fes ta. fl«l. Tim* Unfit fkmin*
lYUos of the ' »lue of fio. P »«hi fA
5. l»\u JuMP—Opcn. Hnlrnars rVsJ»-
iVl. ]i-(jtea of tbs vslus of f-T and ff.
«. Hair MilKilitTcut Raik • Open, hn
tranco F«*s Is. 6d. Tim* Limit Iftni»
lYises of tbs veins of fH», fi And
7. t$) Yakd* F*.at NVk—Open. Bn
trancs Fee ls»tkL Trimiof tbevalu#
(KL ft and ft. .. „
8. Ota Mum Du tola Ilaoe-tCon
dUionssa N'o.3). Entranos Fern I» M
Prise* of tbs value of f 0. ITiis Romania Fivk Milk DicvtUt
HAtK-Ope^* Entrance Fea 3a. W.
Tlois Idmit W mins Competitors
Anual have actually mod In ft* least
one of the nrvoeding Cycle «venta to
be eligible Tor this raen. latPili»'
A Challenge Silver Cup presented by
Meat». Smith Bros. & Co. (to be won
twice In succession or three times
altogether). 2i*l ITUs of the valtfo
of fUA 9rd Pries f3> I»ap Prlie ft.
Winners of 1st Prise at each Msetlug
to receive a Gold Medal.
10, i»ol* Jcmp—Gpen. Entrance Fee la
6d. Prises ot tbs value of f3 end fJ
1.1JU Yakdh Hitrdlk Hack—Open. En
tranco bee Is. 6d. Prises of tbe value
AW —
k It
12. Tbs Raleigh Two ■.Milk Duvílp
ItA(E-*Oi>en. Eatrancs Fee 2sGd.
lime Eioilt Muilns. 1st prise. A
Italeigb Ricyols presented by tbe
ltalelgh Co. through tbeir looai
Agents. Messrs boiith Bros. & C\
2nd prise of the value of f * 3rd
prise f 4. ^ „
IJ. 440 Yarus Flat Hack—Open* E«r
tranoo Eee K tM. 1‘risosofthe value
of $0. f-l and fi
fj. Tus WirjtoM Ltd., Three Mils
Rk.Yc.LS Rack,—Open. Time Liuilt.
Marina. Competitors must have
actually raced in at least tiro of tbe
actually raced to at least (wool me
fireceding Cycle events to be eligible
or this race. 1st pries A li. A
Bicycle presented by Messrs. Wilsons
((*. & T) Ltd. 2nd prise of tbe value
of fd* 3rd prize f !• Lap prise fi.
j& High JuMP.-Opeo. Entrance ree,
ls.&L i'rlzes of tbo value of $3 and
M. ^UiK Milk Flat Hack.—Open. En
trance lee Is. Od. Prises ot tbe value
of fd, f4 and f A
17. The Jubminguam Esíall Arms Cu.
Kink Milk Dictcxk Kale.-Open
Hntran Jujmlos, 1st prise. A challenge bllver
Cup, presented by tbe U.S.A. Co.,
through their local Agents, Mesare.
Wilsons Ltd., (to t« won three
time* altogether). WlnoeVs at each
meeting to reoetve a Gold Medal. 2nd
Elseofthevaiu. ot fid. 3rd prize f3.
>p prise 93.
ffemben of the Q P.C C will bare a
discount of 25 percent on tho Entrance
Fee specified for tbe various events.
No third prise will be awarded unless
there are at least eight competitors to
Entries w 111 be received at tbe Secretary**
Office not later than 4 p.m., on FRIDAY
17th MAY,
• A. S. BOWEN,
Secretary,
San Insurance Office
LOMDOM.
JBivtwtzUaUwcl 1*710,
%•
Tbs UIdeA klrs to*
«mci Coicpasy In
the World, losuraoces
Asaast Lom or Damage
by fire «a«ct*d upnn
aictoti «vary datorVpuoQ
e(p>oprit|lgTo«o sad
Loeotry,
Usurase* cas alto bt
•dmtad«pool IJjrrttks
Costo* k Holler llousti,
Mussws AadU* ul
qeytaes aad all maurabl* ureowey oa
«JlLi h'L^LiU 7
at enmut ratee.
« pw wot od rates f«(Xe«ry (lW4ttic««
Plat* Glass Win Inti lu te4,
KtM7—CWllotMMrlo, i,d..
.It, (Of lh« Lou ol au.wl ,,
Lon»b| Llfblolo* «MU.a»l by t(.
Odtce,
INCOME *a lets. /j ^va ^7
rUNDi. |t« ItectmUj 191a.. .......AIU.W7
AfM TllnkWd * TÜ..0 „\v, |, km
, Y , Telelihon. Nn 170.
VibAtnl-Pon a %»¡,„JAMES MILLER
do. See FareaoOa^.L. w OONVUN
Tho Ploasures of Yachting
THE MOST MODERN LAUNCH IH
THE HARBOUR.
AO»’ FOll HALE
IDEAL’
TUB owner is pronaml to
uwwpt a rouMiimblt otfor.
llor speotl is ulreudy proiiui,
nsr uwuleu voyago was ilono
lYrim live Islands to l’ort-of-
B{i«!u in SSniinutiM.
A|ijdy at this oiilo* lor lur-
tiwjkutloukre.
Ah« r-
Corry&Go’s
CELEBRATED BELFAST
RINGER 4L
SMALL HHII'AIK.NV OF
%egU Dry Ginger Ale,
TONIC WATER &
SARSAPARILLA.
Dhh ju t infu
above lirtn, in
of A due, ü U o
i ooo vetl from tho
Im.tl) frivol CK-03
Suitable
for private.
Clubs, &o
fdailies
I KIOÍS i*n Al’I'LlOATlON
'rc
Too
t LIU!
p!o >v-eri », Trimilad
â–  ml 1I>H
Dentistry.
DR. C. F. CLARKE
/ 1RAÃœUATU of Howard Uolvereltv
\7 U.8. A. Hurgemj Dentist, Office 107
Duke Hu UMtwmn Pembroke Á Aber-
eromlde Hu—>7/4/11.
HANFORD’S
•IALSAM OF IÍUUH
AN ksteunal hekedy
• IW * 1» *■ linAaT
We gnaraetee il to beat
after all else f*Q« .
It KsmoTsa Proud Flesh
It prareiiti Brugena,
It Oisasz Ola Bores.
And Heals Ykern, .
W-A-
TSQCOiGrita. EEd o*i
0IGAE8 & CIGABET
• ^ *
U.n ncsrnl GOLD MEDALS ot.lt» LiiW .w.rdi ,, .
ukibited, n,r>n'r CIQAE3 redClUAIimsa L
b/ lb, Int«re»tloo.l Exhibition, |,H ” * ""“■M
Muh,do‘a Opr* »nd Cirxretw, .ro („r nmolr.r, nl.nltnri.Mu
Ja oot lo qaalily 'nd aroma. w*
Tk# r
, Workmaoeblp and blending nf .M \CHADO'S CIOAIUi
aaari be exoellMltty equalled. *
a
LA THOHuA,
ziarboof Bt/wt*
TBCEI BAEBADOS
MUTUAL LIFE ASSURANCE SOI
Wavlotxa tljretsmi, o* Xn.,
Wool* Lire Auc*XNCl-Ur premium piriM, for whol, OÍII!.
„ Ui*. it* for. limitedhbLj.
EiDOWkCiriA.,cp.XNcn.-Px7abl< miflnl ,Lte l>^Ol^»MrloollJS^t,t,
tamTl.ir» Amur.kic* -r.r.bl. totli«.ur,lv,ro(two pfr«n.rei¿,~.^
T*R* Ajmi-kanii —sultftti). as .te-urlhr for temooror tT.T™.*
imsinees arrangements. * ^ Hi 4
A» veirr Amoravck.- To aeeur* au aniiutty to tbe wife on the deaLWts..»
Children &NDOwucxTS.-Us«ful as a provi«lou for education. "“"***«
E.e LA ROB ABLE riRH A«t7RAMo*,~rbe Urgeit Itvuratiue at Iks D>l«ire.-",Nl
givlog the advantage ot low pretulums during tbe early yeanetiwSiS^l
Thai are no SlaraSMers.* ill tbo I’íjüsj tuloag to tbbllcj-l
Bnnasee given onbbe Cjap>iant DmiS/itou. L»u Danas rural tute
For farther information Apply to '
FltANCIS UIWVVNK-Azent-M Marines,«ara R-je*,
U U ISOSYVH 8c CO.-i.gent*. dan Eeroaiid* For,<,H
Ht aw
Important to “fiootops” and the “]
THE BONANZA DRUG STORCtl
the fullowlag well ksovi
havejuvt received Ex U-M^, **SU Dyralnlq i
French Patent end Proprietory Medicine* •
riolnttoa Pautaube t*ga I
SoltAbloa. Piiatnabi
Strop Helfort, Sirup Iltaal, Strop Thlcol it *
(ÍLUOEÜL, JUIJJU I'iperazlae, loltloes S>«
Uosdean. AMPOULES avu bUUHCAI. It)
thelllgb Clase Unase of K>bert aud C.urter
Thicol Hi be, S»r»p Phealqse Yl*', TK
)VfMtlieiiaj AleioldaMttttai
itUJlJlsin i a complete anortas
X*zp«aotE AXedLaatod, Wines
an assortment of aTl tbe well known bran I •
HO.VS, a fresh and choice aesortiusnt.
F.thSi il BJXBOX* FftXiaM
SMITH BROS: & CO.,
THE BONANZA DRUC SIMA
I’oi t of Spain, Sangre GrtfiJi ak4 kw
THE
UNIVERSAL’ BEVJGRAI
“ nr. ok:, tea
As Usod by Royalty,
WK have just opened up a fur.bet » u.nneot of thUYiCA and
all *
, iboM* who have not trie 1 aem i »n «I» #u without fait
I lb. Fackages 3) cvuU. i lb. L*acka^ »$ ló cea a. 2 oz. Pacmj
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Im Mil roar, Norman Dammit, r. » leev
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I). Ulivieri. Caikw Hakaar, N. K Ora.
ham and Dr. A. Fredholm with Mr.
Kdgar Ttlpp, Secretary,
The minute* 0f the laat mretmi;
| were oonDnned.
NKW MKMIIKK8
Muan. J. (’. Bruno de Mnqui'a, J,
H. Ckracciolu and S. W. Oaihtart
wete edetlMl to mcinberehin hi the
Soclrty.
AB^KNT MKMBKU8,
The Sfiirtarjr exrueed the absent*
of Dr. Morton, Vine i'roeident,
M«•*»*•* Henry Warner, Dieeefur,
(Jobia and other*.
OKNIÍHAL 1JD6INHH9.
I' The Semtary announced the le*
refptof a letter fi-ovr Uord'a Idbtary
of Cincfoatl, dalnl April 2ml 1912,
olTVilng to exchange tbeir three eeHra
of publicAticn* for the •‘Frocepilina*’*
of the Society.
A letter wst> tereked from the Colo
nial Becretaty torwarding copy of
despatch from the Secretary of Otate
for the Colonice with tefereorr to the
We*t Indian Agricultural Conference
held here m Jutmaiy ImL with an
e'ncloeuro to the Secretary of State
fraui the Impetial ('oiunifmioner of
“gi ¡culture for the Wwt Indie* on the
name tubjeet,
Theee and other document* were
laid.
In the alwence of Mr W. (1. Free
man. the report rn Dutrict Agrfcul
tura) Societien, ptefiared by him. wa«
held 04 er.
The Secretary read the report of the
llxei ulive Committee of tne Society
on the recent Agricultural and Imlua
trial Exhibition.
On the ruotiou of ('Lionel (Villen*,
seconded by Mr. Cleaver, the tpjxxt
wa* adopleu. ^
AGlUCULTt K th liJ)CCATÍON.
Conaideratlon waa returned of Or.
A Frcdhohn^a paper nn “Agrlcuh
tural Education in Trinidad, i'aat,
I’reoentand Future.
PLAIN TALK.
Trofr-aaor II. H, IlrudnckMen wtm
waa unaTotdahly aliment sent in the
following contribution .-I am \wy
much interested in 'gtfcubur&l IVin
cation and I read Dr. Fredholm'*
paper the other daj in order that I
might be liettei preparetl to diacuoa It,
l)r. Fredholm, to itcgln with, 0|K*ak*
of education for the agriculturist of
to-day, that i* the man who U engaged
in farming and past the stage when he
caw- go lo school. He *ays that th¡*
work appear* to be well organised and
efficiently conducted by (be Depart
lurnl of Agriculture and the Agncul
tural Society. In criticizing that
•taleroent I wish it to be underlined
that I appreciate the work being done
but In Judging from what I know of
that kind of work, you are not doing
a* much a* you ought to do. I ven¬
ture lo *ay that If you expend live or
•ix time* as much money on that
work you would we greater result*
fr did It than from any other public ex
peuditure That kind of work whl* h
fa in the United States called Farmer*’
luslUute Work or Univerdly Kzten
sion Work, hs* proved of such great
value that both the National Depart¬
ment and the Individual States am
Increasing Lbeir appropriations for it
every year, D would b* bio lengthy
to explain Jutthuw that woik is con
ductea there, but I tnsy point out it*
chief Uisracterlitjc* >
(| i U is nraciical, that is it deal*
with the farmer*’ Immediate pro-
bliio*. (2) It is Inspiring) that is it
givr* lire farmer a broader view of
fife, dt lift* him upaboveihe every
day tlrudgery without nrsklng- him
dmatisHt^t wi h hi» work, (Hi It
pay*, -Lerauitf the knowledge gained
can‘be convened Into dollars and
eeulj% through the Increase in yl< Id of
wheat, cotton, corn or apples. Now
I know that the sain? can lie done
hne and It will pay the colony to
gage more good men for that work
Hut if you are short of iiu>nf*y and
caonot afluid moie men, start ssilia
the rúen )«mi bare, let the men of the
DepartiDeot and Hoard of Agricul¬
ture Uke a week or a fortnight
olf once In a while and go out
among the farmer* ami preach the
gospel of Jiuprotfd agriculture. Do It
pow. The colony cannot alfoid to
slMiw'llie world another such display
of vegetable* and fruits •• tbe on* at
the lust agricultural Fair
lbe next question touched upon by
Hr Fredholm I* higbar agricultural
•duration. In *di*cuasing that «ju**-
tlon w* may profitably keep tl»« pro-
pars lory or snorter cauro* apart from
U« college oourae. Thd Uttar we
kunw nothing about In th* Wool
Indie*, botlh* former baa leen and is
beiog tried in tbe various islands.
Therefore, in discuaoJog lhat, wa will
naturally ask. wbat are th* roaulu.
Th* governu«ent who aspendad th*
muaey has a ngbt to ask, did w*
euccrod lo rlaieg agrirultsira up to a
liigber standard f IMd Uw mtoami ax-
ur tided inwwas* the vatof of producU.
of lao«i or i«vmim1 Wksiifsol did
i> bsv* Soeially f DU It Mp to raka
the aioadsrd of living, hoarova tho
toorola, ate. ate i On tU oOar haad
the young non baa a riant to ask what
do l get out a4H* it l study dift-
gently and paaa'aU th# nisywl—Ihma
mu | gat a poaUioa that w lfl nay a*a
haUertkan If ( >ad not atndiad, or
wiU a plaaUr fwf.kM o*.«ucb, or
Mora, than fo w«Hdd pay from
Steal Britain with or without ay
quaJiftaailoas >
IV* f tsrwanl aid* of tbe uova¬
tion I nanani diaru— heradu I har*
aoatalUibafaAaw what tlu youaf
iii MkH fir IM eouaiiy «
fortnyetbor untry after gradas-
tinn. lint I have known a hiwtrbernf
individual studenU. and I know what
they have done for thenrnvlre* In
(ha ftfet placa all those that ! have
mat aed naarly ail those that I have
WtWpWdvd with Were not satisfied
with lha salaries they received and f
do not humo lOm for that because it
wm lena than vahar thev ought to bsv*
Iwen eapabl* of earning Whether
they wee* actually , rapabte of
wsmlHg more nr not, that Scarmthor
tMMh I believe ihey were, kit the
worn evidently did toil have nmH
done* fit them, and seemingly Cbev
did ndt hare a great deal of ei hfldence
(n tlwmselve* Of Luurwe aoute of
them had a certain kind of conHdeno*
nf the kind that ruakea, Ma little
knowledge a teniblc tkiog," tnu as a
rule I have failed to find that initia¬
tive and push with which a young
man can foige a head anyway.
‘Nevrrthele** it t« n« t ctiiliely the
students fault that ho make* no bet
ter progress. It n the fault oí the
agricultural condition* in tbe \Vo*t
Indie*. The agnedltural oommnnity
ha* net yet woke up to the f-oithat
•cientiilc agHcuhtne |m\». We are
waking Op ami tliingt will < hanue in
lire nett half a doo n > ear*; but m the
Rat tne rnai..nn of the planter*
ve not raaliMil the value of wall
trained men lhi« in not a criticism.
It ia merely stating a well known fart
ublcbJoNo* nothing hy being rom
pATrd a nil iiniiti'iiN in other mor*
(Hr1* For msliiix e In Dennutrk, then
the demand «as very (twilled f, r
agnrultuiHl gtududi-, twenty i.-ai»
ago. hm to open, aliluuigh thoagncuHitralrolU-ge
ho* turned nut about BOM gtatlnate*
and the secondary agricultural *eh«V>l*
Several tirims that amount alne* the
year lXisi In the United $tatefe theti-
were almont no demand for afeticol
tural giad(Ales twenty year# agu, but
today the supply i* nog nearly etpial
to the demand, although the Dumtn-r
graduating annually truounts to isve
ral thousand. The same thing will
cometo pass hero ami the <|uc*U»n
with us is not regarding the past, m>r
even eonHnod to tbepri’sent, but we
will ha*< to look ahead so a* not to tie
le-fr behind.
Tins linngv us down to the question,
what limit wc in the future d«*
itiand nf the secondary agrkul
tural crhonl student*P «»»•--** — *-
wmKlA**, Dr
. a What traioing
muNt they have V H bai mwitl un*
have we foi ihemtoflllf' What in*
ducemetd ran we offer him 2*
A* for tiaiuing I can *en no fad It
Ji th< -rheme for the thooretii-al
edmuhoii outlined by the Imperial
IVuai tun ijt of Agrlciiftitre. Tlie ex
araiimtinn uueNiiooa printed in *1he
Agrir ultiinO New*** from time to lime
are timad enough to aaiisfy any ir«
•onalih dem imis and a young man
[taming credilatdy in the subjects
laid1 down might to be able to solve
the nioie simple problem* on a planta¬
tion or to enter an agricultural col*
luge It >• otu thing, however, to out¬
line a »rh*iue and H Is quite another
to cany it thmugh. 'iViiA'iewof
an uudeitaking always drjiead* upon
(lie man in rhargs ami our real pro-
idem ia to get good teacher*. The next
problem i« t i get the student to feel
llial inaiuiHl laiiour is ennobling and
not degrading To get him eutmwi
astn and U» keep him interesti-d to
such an extent that lie will wiilinglv
pei form any* i rartiral plantation
work, fn get him t-o understand that
the highest mit-fcli n In ltf« is not t«>
mit astride a horno and swear at la
tsiuters but tatlier lo getdiwnto
earth am) show the Inborn» itoir $
(hingthunld 1st done Tuitlieiimire
Hie ami of agruultiiral educaLinn
should Lxv hlgliet than that outhoed in
lite cultkuluni. We should aim lo
make leader* of p ogrewi; if we ran
pit a man no fiuther than to follow
n h<* falltei’e. fooUlep*, we have
failed.
Now whether \ho »« heme outlined
hy the (iovarnuieiii mid diMimat-d liy
Dr Fiediiulin 1* bioad -nougli to itiamí
the demand*or not aod whether pro
*i*4 >n lias been made for «.spabie
tea (.her* or util, I shall not have
time to diseuvs; but knowing the West
Indie* as I do, 1 will aav that
you have here much (miUr foeilitie*
for an agrleultural -hool. than
anyvvhersa 1 know of, uni if >ou fail,
you will largely have ymrt-Hve* to
idame. I ant «ure that with youc
Ltge cacao |daoution« your large
itock fanna, and (.luet-ly adjoiolug
tugar tdaotatious, you exu give a
younguian such a tiaimng a» will
suable him Lo fill u*»i»M»»ibU*
and commauda g-Hxl «aUiy.
l'he qu«*lion of a coli^g in it
agricultura I* not a loi.il to
rolony le probably not mlv «
IH«went tiu»* to (akM u up -t- *»n
mJIvIdoal problem an J I »h> old n in orumenulhat we dnM.ii-N it iu i m
ne< lion with the othn aiiittly l> < *d
problem*. Ter fear that we will l< •
time and get nothing done. Hut l
would strongly it-ioinun-nd that the
goveiiimeutaml all other paiLle* who
are InteiesUd in hightr apricultuial
education ahoukl keep close in touch
with work of that nature.. Whsu
such a college Is eilahlDhed in the
West Indies, altln i through govern
m-nt or private etToii, Trluklad would
stand a good chan«e of seuiriog it if
shew** preparwl to otfei |>roper in
duretneut.
There le now a hrnfwily «quipped
college In Porto luco ; tod llwre la
MMiui f jr another ooe here and 1 think
that both (Jroat lliitaln awl the
United Htale* are losing a groat
opportunity hy not aateuiablog a
tropical depurtfuent in connection
with some first das* college. Htale¬
nient* to the effect that eucii education
ran be obtained now, am not true. At
Fast not a* far an the Doited HtaUs
is mucci ned There ie not a nll*gs
llierc pmpei ly equipped f»r teaching
tropical agii« ulture, amt I doubt that
UiMfe i*one in iireat Hritem, l.et us
get logHher and luge tne noceaeitjr
for a real g'>,*| liege for tropii el
•gncultur**. la-t U-- help Lo wmk out
tne |ii*n» foi am li a «ollt-e*- No
mailer where il ia to lie and wu-i la to
bulk! it. it will be of help to ua
lapídame
TÍIK KDl t'ATHiN DKFAKTMKNT
Colonel « Villens said, ap one of thoae
iotere*te he I bought be might he allowed to
aa> a w-id or two with regard Usa
paper that Dr Fred bull* gawo Use»
at laat meeting TUoa and again the
*ui»Jr« t bad been hreuki forward
andorbeuAM which were gnrpnunqad
were rejwjiad for various raanoa, It
was a ve» y good lUaf ihat a uoto-
parative n«w <4HuerUns Dr.
should bave brought u^ U_
ome mure foi.a* ha Indioaiwd,
wa« uiutlilo be don* r«b p, Fred-
huiui lefrrped lo u||t bsd bavu
nUaauiiLvd by Usa If
Wrak noAhlng better In
to disagree a littla bit
_>f Fredholm orltlrlaed
rather finely (he recent report of the
HimwHmn vrhlch prerented J he report
that W*a read at Ufe Agrleultnral
Uonftrnnea. With ri-«ran( to that
OnmfhPNienMqser. ha might say it was
rethcrhnrrfadly prepaiv«l*nd be did
not ihgsM it m a final report. Der-
tainlr dama correction* in minor
details which ware inode at the last
Hireling of the committee did not
anpegr in the ropy that w*e read at
th Oonfarefioe If thkt wa* the core,
perhaps It mu a little premature to
«-ritiere* li Dm* matter in part-irelar
wkkh Dr. Fredholm had overlooked —
and possibly hreauae It was very
slightly roenUovml In Use refax t to the
Omferenca, - wm as to the sveits that
were Iwieg taken by the KduoaUou
ivparlment on the subject. Now,
the Rditcathrii Department had at
tempted to (trip there slater dep&rt-
menta of the (loveimnent H-rv 1 ce to
instruct and train ptiinaiy school
teacher* in tbe elemente- «if agileul
tural chemistry. All students who
wt-iaquallfrlog to kwcome teachers
sod. In addition, many pupil teachers
rereivi-d from the ex|«eri officer* of the De-
partaveotof Aariculiure Then to she
•«bools thvmarivre an atttavnpt wa*
mad* at praetleal agrieoltnre. It wa*
ju«t gardening in a humble wav
ilu-thud step that the hducation
D«‘l»ait mi-lit had adopted wan the e«-
i thildiniMiit of )«>«a( shown, and ho
thought th >«o had done almost more
thon Anything Hm». w far a* the
puquial wing of practical agriciilture
Mont, u> ui«ke ogriculluie in the
« oouiry and iutheaceocda as popúlar
ax it was now Kven there, however,
they had not gone far viHwwh.
f»i thn Mine reason that
then* wa* no agi icultural ool-
leg»- in Trinidad tonlay. They
had do money. If jiwtead of flva
show* a year a* now held they could
have twelve or twenty *o that every
g hnI nixed village wou|d have it* own
-lilllo show whore—tU* chUdreu of
different sohouli» could UH*et he thought
it would do very much more to tilmo
late IhiiM in agricultural woik and
In produci thoee vegetables which
were so much needed m Triuidod and
which wete bo rearce. But, of nmne,
money woo the -difficulty. \\ hile
ooiog in the m*iu with Dr. Fred
FOR SALE
£k i Rocont Arrivals, '
loo
.io
1,000
250
100 Firkin* V.A. 1HJTTER ‘ '
fiOj „ do.
100 Tjercen FAMII.Y HKIJF—Ma(thcwn. i
501 Ilarrult ,¡ da, do.
50 1 lozuii STRAW «ROOMS
(Sties 3 STAR RRANDY-IIcnncWs
Ch-cs 1 STAR do. do,
IlarrcN l’ORTI.AXI) CBMBNT O.K.
-■»' „ \ do. do. Oillineliam
1,000 Holes ('AJsI)liKS—All sizes—Koval and Kurekal
50 „ OtiKRSK -ITmdella
30 „ „ Gouda
25 CU-os CHOCOLATE—Mcnler
10 'IVxnks ASSTI). CTINFKOTIONERY
100 Hags Venezuelan COFFEE
„ YELLOW DIIOLL . ‘ •-A
„ OREEN' do.
RED do. '
DIFS—Reach*»
FLOUR ] .
do. ¿ I Various Brands
No. 2 Ultra do.
500
100 „
50 „
200 Houm
1,000 Hajp. Baker's
500 ' „ Evtm
1,600
. rmlkola
«peal
the
paving
iM-fuia,
m/n* Oitk Ua la itayWIW B*
«Kict-ing in tbe m
htilniB view», tho only iiueatum he
doubled was whether Trinidad was
lug Miimigh to Itavu its own college. If
llnjr cmtTd bring about the federation
• hruu-of Uu \Ve»t IndtvM. then there
might he one m more *gi icultural
(uil'-gciin the West Imtire,
FLK \ FOU IWIRPLVY.
Mr. thlk«‘» said, lu>agreed with every
iiinvrk i>i. riedbohn hml made,
and he wiiii m> fr«mi dd yeaiv' eiperi-
tuce a$ a land smvcy.u all over the
Milony What wa> wanted n<*re was
n it humi- money, not more ktimvlodge,
hut it was a wider epLitof fairpiay
an i honest doaliug with iIiom> who
deserved tu laer that they should win
them, lake the who wa* now an agricultmal instiuc-
tor. A* a tea» her Air. Jieanl liad
Hi Hiicceitres m agricultural woik, aiul
imwr that he wa* mode a head of the
leai Iiium he receivnl a wage leu than
diet fixed as the minimum for Hiu
mini rein Knglaml. Ihey had cue or
two other men who were.in Hie same
|Ktoition. <4i|e infoimml Inn, Hu- other
ii*y that In* chief told him not lo
teach Imy* Uki much arnl too lugh aV
lb»y wanted men to be agncultuiiata
and uoth»ng-m«Me I’eople of the
colony weiavpide capable and willing,
and ilia fund» were ample if not too
luurii. What llit*y wauleil waa ample
Ju»lKu and icwaid. 1'Jiey sat Hiere
men of pirelical affaire and com*
munrensv, and it was atMurd to say
that there was no room fot an ágil»
cultural college. Hcb«darehlp* alKiuld
be given regai-dleM of claaa, colour or
• reed There was a groat feeling of
dinsaiKfaclioi) from ibe way in which
there thing* were done. About two
year* ago Mr. Cartulhere who wo«in
charge of the Botanic Garden* em-
ployad lien U> destroy the |4anta
tberr, saying h* had come here to da
rubbM'pUallng. As araault, he (the
•akvr) wlio had, he Iwlievwi, one nf
Urged ganleua Imre, iimlead of
g) and :*( cent* per plant aa
gol Ilion* foi three «’Hita
aod for nothing. 1 bay wauled tha
(iovetmuaot to have exawinatlona
for iuvpeetors of ach»M>U a* lhay had
foi school toachtr*. and for coinuil-
•lonad oflievre of poliui a* Ihey had
for noo coma Kvea iba agricultural
otllcere should pvr* an atamiuaUon.
Were three n< .* «-mployed fit fur
hohimg thu ptisiii min ’bey dnlP (laA«-
i. â– - t-vc- ihw lia In the teeth of
-umiui ill that Ike pwipla were
uui, agriruiUiiist* Almíbar thing ha
nothed with thaUoverouient was lhal
th* bigger the circle of axacutiun, the
inore limitad became the rauge of ob>
,erv»Uoii uf puUiu oplolou lie had
tits gioAtest impact for Ilia lixcel*
Isocy, but tha work of such uu’i) like
Froforeor Cannedy shouhl barheckod.
DEFAKfMBNTOF AÃœItlDULTUllK,
Froforeor Carmody said, from the
liuie hr cam# to the colony ttreai*
ago ha ha-1 Iwen conmcUol witii th#
very small kclieiue of ag) icultural edu¬
cation than slatted and known a* tlie
cadet *y»tcm. Mam after thatralhlng
of lea» inrre and nut»ils in eleiuenlaiy
eehool* followed. TImmt tiren advaoeed
Readily aud inexiwrunvely (whieli wa*
an iiwnmUnt thiag with new
reiisuHW) until they ha»\got a 0cli«ue
nf agricultural education at th* out*
lege*. After that they IwuJ praetkat
sducalloo iu ctHinaeltuu with an te¬
ta le wo«k*d under tkv Hoard of Agri¬
cultura which wa* moat valuable and
visitors by agí U ultural inefooitora to
small proprieiore of eaUtea In J*
naory prisa* ware offerad for good
cuco* eulUvoliuo» aud the rveult of
thr/H>»t-ye*r* competition was moat
gratifying, and evny one »|M>ku e|
uruirly highly of tbe good work dot*
in that coiiuection, 11 the Hoard eon
uimnl ibe ready good w««rk that it
had (>egun, a would be uf great value
to ib«» «nduuy He was n-it uni uf
thore who rait down ulantere. Hia
espriivure wo* that In* Trinidad
|4euUr w*a jug a* good oa any
planter in any other part of the tro¬
ja cs, awl they were oonridasnWjr In
advaoos of a great many other pinna*
Hmali proprietor* bod shown the*
reive», io a very few amotlu. willing
to do all that «vea nsnsaairy far the
mrwnlui edtivnÃœMi of Uudr lands
Tire Hoard had tahaa up iba «hola uf
the Ariata dwkvH la turned lo the Oarenl dlririel law gear
and IHago Marlin aad Moroga ««niU
follow |u a oounln of year* Urey
tsopvd to ettead Ifcalr nparartuan all
over the tulooy. Iu auaaanllon wild
2.> Co-oh No. 1 GHEE—Si.
15 „ 1«0 “Kov” OIN—12. * •
50 "Old Tom" GIN—12
50 “ Royal Clul," do.—15.
30(1 RhIi-i HAY
25 Cm leí FIC-N1C HAMS
100 Tiercel I,ARB COMPOUND
50 2 IlarrcN do.
100 Ciiici i do. '
Hajfs MOLAKSINE
C«sei CONDENSED MILK -No-tle nod Milk Maul
Rrtjfi CANADLvJf OATS
ARGENTINE do.
1110
1,000
1,000
1,000,2
highn M^ri.uUurft) •áwaOao, Mm4,
_ -, . .1». u U« lobunlu, «iMn*»,
BuMtl i>f «zrkuHiBn. Ha (Ui, UvuU íi.mii Uo ),«. .uUwtu. um faw)
«m4,ii aw alraU k, »uU Ua, vary «H-o*-.)*»-»** <*»-■- 0-a»
MIi4 Kiw "*l)f iu tba Dnl;
I*
50 ' Chic* OLKO.MAKG RUINE —“Cnwcciit.”
1,000 l!a-ke(i 1‘Ingiiiol OIL
1,600 ,, do l’oi-cl do. ,
2,000 Cii-oi KEItOSINE do. —150 = .
1,000 li.ij-i OILMEAL
200 ILIei Prendí VVRAITING l’AI'ER.
150 „ German do. do.
100 Harroli CLEAR FORK
25 Tierce» FIGS TAILS
25 Bari eli do.
25 Tiercel SMALL RlliS
. 25 Barreli do.
2.V „ SHAKE KÍIIS
50 „ Aiaork-d FOUK STUFFS
20 ltaKi Black FE1TER
150 Boves FANCY FIFES
0,000 Hhk* NAGItA RICE
600 „ Demeriiru do.
300 ,, Slam do
500/2 l’uiiclicoiis ItU.M - Providence, Caron!, U.S.JI
15 Barróla FICKLEI) SALMON
300' (Jil-oh Tinned SALMON—Full Red, Red mid Fink.
20,000,2 Rays FINE SALT -
150 (W-i SARDINES
100 llaga Sl’OClC FEED „ ^ .
20 Cnaki STOUT—T.
25 Cuaca do. ...Hull Dog.
Ragi No. 1, 2, 3, nííd 4 SUGAR.
¿ Barreta CRUSHED do.
Hoxom II.M. SOAF—Aaiorlcd —‘‘Angel,"
Ctwon RICHMOND MIXTURE
Balo» TASSO
Chios BLACK TEA-Eacli 501bi.
25 „ GREEN do, - do.
40/2 Casks CLARET -"Chateau laVino”
30/2 „ MISTELLA Flag
30/2 „ ALICANTE do.
400 Chios WHISKY—Various Brand-, -And
150 Barrels WHITBREAD'S STOUT.
LUMBER OF ALL KINDS AND SIZES,
Wo aro mumontly expecting tho Barque “Davison” with
500,000 ft. FITCH FINE LUMBER from Florida.
- FOR SALE HY —
GEO. R. ALSTON <& CO
3,000
20
250
50
Oar moat varied dock
of Siringa (HiabluM ua to
aopply ibe moat Hiatblujmi
nmeioUiM fanciful rm;uire-
UHllk
Vlullna, Qiuttroi, GuiUra,
Mamlidinea, FluUw l’io-
oolua, ('UurioHeU, Trknglai,
—I*—
IMMENSE VARIETY.
THE PIANO. WAREHOUSE

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ffCTBÃœBSBSfiSS?*
^ 'nonwc* v*
WE DO
To keep your eyes <
i-.iinmire I’rlces Tor
ASK YOU
oil uM but we ilo ask you to
i.>in|wirc Prices 'for Trices and you will realize
that we are ieally Tlio Tioncers for Clieap Trices.
tVImt \ic dogbe" is tjie lery article for less money.
THAT 13 OUR MISSION.
RVfBROtDRRIKS from 2 mqU lo!lmli|'(r Y*rJ.
FLOUN<;iNU-frt>m J>J ctoli to 84 e*nt* prr r*rd.
ALLOVSK In L’átabtte nod Mutilo—from 1$ cauta
to 72 moU per yard-
A fltll «ssortnienl
UENT'S ATntACTIVE TIES-ln .11 lh. Uniing
Rh*He*—from 80c. loCOe. .
it ¿ó XWBSU at ft shilling* A 9 shillings per yard.
M la. Mill* CBWKBTISO SHHflE it 6-., 7,1)* IVI
wvd ...
>r TiVKITS XOTED LOTIONS. Special lYiw* lo
Wholesale lluvers.
WATERMAN SELLS EVERYTHING.
net w hir;
« Detail* D«p»t1W'at
MliorU e«l?»T> -U» p*
tb* |»w»rat .»«««"<
mi of officer» of p*
TIM more be mo that
or so that one of the ttudmU nf th*
college obtained distinction »n agn tri¬
tura! science. To do thatonehadto bat «•
a falrlfllfood knowledge of boUny, che-
iui«Uy, entomology, plant dfa-*»*e
and a (aw other thuisi of that kiwi. —
a Very wlda course indeed. This year
the number of student» who had gain¬
ed that dUUnctiou was four, lie
thought they were progress »g fairly
tapluly in thlioooneeliou. Those were
the ooly students iu ibe West Indies,
who took up agricultural w u-nn- *»
Tar a* the enaction of au agriml'tiial
(cllegewat eoucerned pal had been
talked of eTer slots hd came to ttw
colony, and i>« was sure that if tb«*y
had erected a magnificent budding at
«Hus mous cotl there would •*> nobody
to go Into It. Probably the nnmlM>i of
stunents likely to go iu for it was
limited. Veiy few were aide to get
einptojavwrt until they wetv skilled
wot keck. If a youog tuati knew howto
manage a • ouo* enlate lie might gt t em
ployioent, otbet *%!»«• tlie college would
only be capable, without haviog prat
Ucal. training attached, to turnout
theoretical mep. That oort of thing
•llsciedited education altogether What
way really wanted, wi« pusciit al teach
i rntaf
ua a *« hi manager andan observer of
iteoplr h * thought, «pdetiy and silent¬
ly. ii«(> pe-eaut pronto' >w wpf*
waking op to these mo«ier it ideas hnd
that it wa* «imply useless lo burry
them too fast.
tils Kfcsilenrv said he was sure
they were all % ery ruin li ubilged lo
Dr, Fredholm f >r haring gireo them
that very eiiwlli nt pi|H>i and afforded
the Society an upporiunity pf discuss
lug ttir «1 hwtlon a<>d li-t« mug to the
taiiouV'icws esptessed thereon lie
did noi know whether anr con tete
r»-solution < onkt he proposed
Dr. Fredholm : I think w« inlgtit
maki a step further if a committee
* ' * to look into the
There I»
agi !•- iltural
Professor Carmody :
already a coiugiiihs on
education. «
Col C -liens suggested tb% when
flic (onuoUtet* ri-oed ita final report
the matter could then be cousidered
again
rbis suggsstion was approved
BIRD DBSTRU'TIOX.
The Hociety neit considered whether
w»„w, w.. »«»„ .. wac.. . representations ebmrW he made to the
les,— teaching mou howto ««.eemment wliT» «wa«Uo the hid s-
ing oik
manage a cocoa estate or a farm; and
when he waa able to do that he would
get employment, and wh«u he sucre d
ed they would find otbei htudenU
coining in and.anxious to get their
•hare of reward. If th« <-»iai~a
would give employinent to om-m who
theUovetnureul trained, that »< h> me
would be the most successful tier
slatted in the colony ionido<>«ri
*N IIXPL* NATION
Dr. Fredholm said,*he d ii not mean
lb- agricultiual college to be an aca ,
dmiic iiistlUilloii, but one, as In olio*» I upon the youni
pails of the woild, wliere pra«*i«ai rt>T,ir!
Msining must lie lie psiainouul oluct t.
listlmught cm an average that about
two thirds of the pupils’ time
criminate deatrotliuti <>f biids In the
colony by means of air guns.
After boum discussion, tiie meeting
agreed.
KIM*nPTUK WOODS*
Mr i’-arr read an instructive paper
on the "King of i ho Woods — Unm *
pun
»|wnt iu practical tialnlng iu iihhIou
agiicuituiai college*.
NOT TOO FAST.
Iter. II. II. Motion said, the progiess
that bad been made in nsrtcuiinial
education in Trinidad (litough til de*
}nm intents, especially iu schools, was
asionishit g, But they must icux-m-
her that they could nut go too fa>t.
Ibe peasant ptonristois were not
teady for great sthenic*. Little by
little the people wn« being educaU'i
Taketbs simple uialterofinauuiing
Otdv uow had cane-farmets awaksmd
t<> lite value of jam manutv- Me km tv
biiiWelf what au agiitulturai toliege
costa in Canada and the upkeep of all
the schemes they went in for 'Iliat
was a thing to look forward to hete lit
tbeuextlSi yeais i*ilta|« HjieaUog
show, at any rale, that ibis cane was
certain!) one which ought to bare
r «otinued among those that found
favour tn the eyea of the planten
“Sfr.* Murray saKl they all recognised
that they could grow the Bourbon
whete they would. â–  White the
figures were lotetesUng, the cane
loulduotbe got to grow always.
When pWnter* realise*! that they
could not grow canee at $3 per ton, ft
was U-t er to give tm sugar uiantt-
facture altogether. They could not
manage with the Bourbon.
LOCAL AO lit CULTURAL ACTIVI¬
TIES.
Mr Lilla moved . "*1111110 view of
til* rilsteat® tn Trinidad of three
distinct agricultural bodies, main¬
tained ui ne or less from tbs rereoue
of the colony, and evidently operating
lndrp«'tid>-utiy of each other, it is
destral>><-in the interest af the public
that lh* i jacfc woiking of each body
be fully defined toge'her with a
statement of the resn-tilve end each
is nrended to *t-rv«> ’
The mothm. be said, was simply
hrought for information on the sub¬
ject, lie, among others, ha»l been fre¬
quently asked by several gentlemen
as to the exact working of theagii-
cultural boiiies in lite colony and the
object which each was iotended to
aeive. Tliey had not been able to
answer the <|u« dlous because they did
iiotkuow nuirli about the working of
the^e bodies themselves. They felt
the need of some information uQ the
subject and they approached men who
they thought would be in a position
to explain tn them so that they migbb
stlUfy their fiiends But wherever
they went f »r inforiiutioo tliey found
they weie in the same positioo as
tlieui«elre»i By some pleasant acci
dent, however, lie got bold of a paper
In which he found an extract from a
speech of the latedovernor. Sir ilenry
Moore Ji'kson {in December twf>
After resiling the sjieech they were
atii! in the same predicament that
they weie in at the outset, 'ihe paper,
howeve*, gsve them some Idea of the
mlgioal intention that was planned
by (jovernor Jackson From the paper
it was clear that there waa a distinct
idea in Hu Excellency's mind that
the agricultuial bodies then extstiog
lit the cohmy should be unified.
In those days theie wote only the
• giicullural Society and tha Botanic
Department Ihe fatter, it would ap¬
pear. was looked upon as tuote or less
obsolete maebinety and largely needed
-lie »ee4- l refuimatiun. The cxiginal 'Botanic
lings, which was latgely a nucUioii J Department wa*abolished and It was
of soil, < limatu ot peinaps »tbi more, | dackled toienlliUlen it the Depart-
of the jwilod of giowlii at which Uwiuieotof tgiiouiture. One thing-wa*
caues weie tut, These Hgmes went to * very noticeable hi the speech and that
'»•
MnA'imrosis in its ivUtiott to «.ocoa
lie first e«hiluu*d a preserved spec!
men •-( tin* bird and ulhet- kinds for
which i< i« i-oiii. itnx-s miaUiken.. The
bird. It* sail waa .'miged with feeding
cocoa t«xl* Frc in his
its life htstoiy and
haiiii h- f mid Hist it is mote tnse> ti
viiroio lh in.fi úitIvnroiK,
Iil* Kxin-llency ssid that Mr t’-sir'e ob¬
servations wen* cnutirim'd by Mi.
• h-ggs, au exp£. t, who is now coileu-
ing. here.
TI1K HOUHBUN.
Mt Iscuvmt gave some intetss,l"g
stalLth * of the Bout bon cane uop« on
a few field* fot IU g After i-ceding flic
relm n, tha speaker said, nu one
eould cuiiU-tid that ihts hal
iteeu a vciy favouralile season
fot gtoAtog canes, whether Dour-
bou or oilier, vaitettes, but.these
wen* not ft >m «elected fields in any
way. In'«ihutitting those figures for
the infouna Ion of the Hociety, he did
nut intetid to take sides as to the
tueiitsof i ha (tout bon and the Heed-
toon!
tttdtbft
cletr
ibe appoints!»!
other body. -• • .
paper the pi art it »Di*ck him that the
lata Ooverdor intended that tha roja-
tioasbip Which existed _between In»
Board of Bdvlcatloo and the Education
Department annukl U the satue as
between tb» Agricultural Hmiety and
th» Department of Agihulture. But
to^lay lb» original Intention was not
carried out ami, Instead of two dls*
Uoci. departméets harmonised, they
had apparently three distinct bodies
In tie colony operating sepn itelji
and Lhi» bad naturally led to some
misooncepikm. Sony thought tbatthree
agricultural bodiei" were too n«Jtuy
for a small oolooy l»P« Trinidad.
If tha motion'wer* adopted, the infor¬
mation given would be of much ad¬
vantage to tboee who were labouring
under a tulsconcepllon aod It would
exactly ouUioe -the working ofsll of
these todiee, ao that each would not
uonectsaarily trespass on theptovluce
of Vba other, that there would be a
closer relationship between them and
more harmony would exist In agricul¬
tural* matters, 11» begged to move
the resolution. _ .
Mr* Carr seconded for the purpose of
discussion.
Colonel Collens said, they might *aj
what were Us powers of the Agricul¬
tural t Society, put Its did not think
they coaid say what were tbs powers
of tne other bod lee. _
DIRECTOR OF AGRICULTURE
KX^LilN».
Professor Carmody said, if he might
be permitted to assist Mr, Lalla out. of
his confusion as to the functions of
these' »epárete agricultural bodies,
be would do so shortly then and an¬
swer any questions put lo hint after¬
wards. Mr. Leila waa wrong in the
statement that the Botanic Station
had been changed into the Depart¬
ment of Agriculture. The Bótame
Biatlon was now only a section of the
Department of Agriculture which was
constituted of severs! other depart¬
ments, including the Laboi&tory. the
Stock Farms aod the River estate
since the amalgamation. Agricul¬
tural work bad gradually develo(>ed
unULthe time when the late Uovei our
formed the Agricultural Department
with the existing Institutions that had
been dealing with agricultural matters
bef- re. In the next place, sneaking of
tee Agricultural Hociety, the speaker
bad been a member since hécarutfto
the colony and In Its present state it
served a useful purpose In the discus¬
sion of subjects generally. It had
a nominal fee for the ptlvilege
of membership* It corresponded
with jvhat were called I lanter’s
Associations. When It was formed
some years ago under an ordinance by
the late Hir Henry Jackson, the affair*
of the. Hociety were transacted by a
committee and subcommittees were
formed to deal with sugar cocoa aod
other brsnebetof agiiculture. It bsd
departed from that practice iu the last
year or two and, so far as he kuew,
the committee rarely met, but the
eubcommiteee met aud transacted
business. The ordinary monthly meet¬
ings of tbe Hociety were the genera!
meetings which were opeu to alt the
members. Now, the Agi (cultural
Hociety received from the Government
a grant'of £400 which was afterwards
iaireaed to JMUU. The object at the
time was that the working committees
of the.Agricultural Hociety would
c*iry out its purpose in agriculture, -
not merely the power or discussing
agricultural matters,, but also to carry
out experiments started with eeediiug
caues. But those experiments were
never carried to any dehnite conclusion
and that part of the work fell through.
It was felt, howeret, that the needs of
agriculture io the colony weie
rather pressing In that duectlon {
and, as the Agricultural Hociety had no
expert offleet* to carry out expert-
perimenjs, It war Thought the beat
thing bare the Department of
MILLERS
SALE
CHEAP
1
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Is Still Going Strong,
^TXJRzTBIIEiie,
IB,
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BX)TTC1?I â– w-jexjeub:.
CULTIVATE tlie habit of buying your Drosnen from Maili.uids, Mrs Jones,
nml you’ll Ito mire to ¡ret more vrear out of them for the money \ou hue
went than you could jioa.-ibly get if you were to buy them ^nt am other store.
M.ui.i.ard’s values aro good, llero arc a few :
j The Latest and Most Chic iix Dress Stuffs.}
ART SILK FkNOY VOILES-WIns. wide in Grey—tbs yard
ORKY VOiLKH wl*>h Milk Strirws-Biguisits Dress MaterUU-at
MAItQ’JiHKrCK—to Black and Bate—Exceptionally good value at
FANOY VOILKi—Iq Reseda, Champagne, Hi! *’ ‘ “ *’
Very fetching,» tbs yard
idver Urey, Fink and U ack, in striped de-m»-
CQeeata
BALL SILK FRÍN3ES — In popular
•hades, per yard l3cA18).
SILK rUINGBS-In whits, black, hello .
Fink, sky A cream, at 24c, 30^ A 3ÃœJ.
HAT 6IRDLES
In Assorted Shales,
HueUlt 4118XTH.
TWO.OOLOUa HU A POl TACBI
Bit VID-In shades, per d *» ya da Be
SELF COLOUR SOU i V UK-for Ula
miog dressi*. pi disu yards..!!.
IFtftVBi Aow some mors of our 4$ Cen OAROAiS HlT^j //'
One Pttce Only.
Yilna Nowhere 'Like Maillard’s* /■«<<-»««.
GIGANTIC BARGAINS
IN
Dry Goods, Boots and Shoes. I
Agiiculture carry them out andan
elutienl staff of officers assisted by
the Board of Agriculture was given.
The Boatd b*gan os an advisory body
to the Department and to administer
the funds which they received under
special taxes on produce from the
planters, tlie functions of the Board
weie distinct enough- The official
body, which woe the Department,
carried out certain work for which
money was provided on the estimates
of the year. A gt eat deal of that wot k
waa experimental woik and was
carried out undertba diiectioa of the
Government. The Board was working
in conjunction with the Department
of Agiiculture. Bo far os he saw, the
end they were Intended lo aerre was
the advance of agriculture in the
colony, It wo* true they acted Inde¬
pendently. but, as far as he knew, there
wii oo ft iction between them, The As
licultural Hociety dealt wl.b agricul¬
ture from a practical point of view.
Ibe Secretary pointed out that the
committee derided that there should
be general monthly meetings in fu¬
ture, and that they hod power to do
under the rules, •
THU GOVKKNOR'8 REMARKS.
His Excellency said, be did not
know that they could give Mr. Lalla
any further information than the
Director bad given them. The thtee
agru ultural bodies were distinct aud,
at thu same time, he was glad to say,
t hey 'worked together lie, therefore,
took eicepticn to the reference to
want of hattnony. He was hoc aware
ofany ill-feeling or want of harmony
between them. The Agricultura!
Department was really executive and
administered tha vote* passed In
the anoaal estimates. The Board of
Agricultura was a most usefulllnk
between «he planting community and
the purely executive department. Tha
Agi (cultural Hociety was, what he
ungbt call, the most popular and "go
aa you please" body and waa
not hampered by any tod-tape
ruhs Htnrv he hod been here
and had been attending their
meetings be could aav iba Agil-
cul mal Hucitty was conuueted In per-
f> < t Itsrruony with other departments
of the Uouernment. Members of It
weru at*o executive officers of tbs
oiliei Ihkíhs, and be was glad toses
that < hey ueie iucicadug fit umubers
repn nenifiig every possible Interest In
tiie colony. ‘J tie <] i»<. umIoiit of the Hoele-
ty w< i-e > meat. Of tours*. Ihe Government
was not alia to adopt every suggestion
But the Hociety did not tell them
where to find the money (UiugKttr^.
If the Government suggested taxation,
they kuey what that meant {fau^hiér).
biUl every aingle recommeodaUoo of
that Agricultural body wascarefuli1
ooosidered by the Uovernment and L
they were not aUe to carry it out In
the way they would like it was bncause
they « ere hampered by want of funda
He did uot think there should be any
aoufuoioo In the miada of the public,
oor bad be heard of any friction or
aven waut cf sympathy between tha
agricultural I«odies here,
MOTION DUOPFKD.
Mr. Lalla sasd, be never meant to
suggset that there waa any friction or
w a at, of harmony, but be brought up
the matter as there were tulsoosaoeta
tioas among people on Ihe subject.
Now that the matter had been ex¬
plained. few did not think there would
kaoey JouU in the minds of the
The motion was allowed to drain
AGRICULTURAL FiB«1.
Gwing to the laUnees of the hour,
oontridaratioo of the following motion
la Um hum uí Mr. K. It, CUik. iu
pootuunsd M
•"J»t for the |>roU«olioo of euIU-
votad lands front deatruoUoti by ao-
rtdsnU! or aaUakotwly set flees, the
Uoyertuasant be a>k«l to take such
active ins*suras during every period
of draught, frost* the tHsmth of March
to tbs nagiuelngof the rainy
as tuay In* nsaesni v fw Um* i
members to the fact that Urea were
threatening them all over the country;
theif.foreste were being swept away,
their valuable plaote consumed and
there was no one authorised on be¬
half of the Government to organise
fjnn£i for the coutrol or check or these
IBs Kxcelleocy said, be was under
the impit-ssion that the wardens and
their ward officer* bod been doing
tlirtr beat, lie would, however, in¬
quire.
Mr, Clarke said, that wax the tint
he hod heard of it.
After Mr. Mills had given aj notice of
motion, tlie meeting adjourned.
ST- JiJSEPH HARVEST
FESTIVAL
A Harvest Festival will be held at
ihe New KiJgua Bchool, Hi. Jusrpb,
oo tomorrow, bunday the 12th in«t.
Breakfast at 11.3)an.
Local train leaves Fort of Spain for
St- Joaapb atVXO a.rn.
McHugh's string Band will be In
aU an dance during ibw day,
A hearty welcome for ail.
(1UNIÜ4P.
^ALB F0m
DA
B 1UBHDAY THE l«Tu
IT
or JUNK, BB'A
may be asesioiy fur Uw prvuiut
*>kt|l|ai,i^iswut of aaab flees."
Mr , lark# said, hesflig ties dweue-
°* the mattes hs wjifcal Ut draw
AtlHiUoa uf Hie
liUULlO NOTICE Lhsnhy given tloi
A 1« exvrcise uf the Fow»r uf Bale coo-
i«fmd on Mortgagees by tb* Umvaya ctsg
aod Lew of PitparV Oidutatxs Itfill, ooo-
Utned la a errum Memorandain ut idort-
f*ge No. I2Ü dated ibs lSibftlauii JW5,,
irwas Birosrog lo Narlae Msbaraj, ibers
w !t*b* poi op for sals by ths ondajs'goed
at bis Aaetioa Mart, No. üb, U«nU
Prvasaads la the Town of flan Fsrosodo
os Tsed»yibs IkA day oiJaos 1912,
betwcoa the houis of laodSp.ui,
AH that paioei <4 laud tvu«tt is the
W rJ or Buoih Napornua Wast Jo the
IsUed of Trinidad, Ovxspr slog F«,tu soio,
settb'se roudebetbs satasu-^ts orle**
•been la tbo pUa drawn oirtbe Csrtiti-
sat# of 11 Is la VolQme CX|/* f'h-» M,
aol Loasdvd oa the N.rtb partly opuu
wud uf liui.ks4»i&g aod p*ruy by i«lu o>
ll«iiitwj»n ui tbs hoatk l>/ j.ai oi
Pi-ooLh an tie Eut farfly ey atd o
fladdoo aod partly.opoa Isodcf Jbtunos
Sad OB UtS West tor uodsif llaniUii
Dated this gib day U ftl«y, is!/,
P. f\ P10KKR1NU,
Aucuooevr,
Notice.
BALK 1XJU FBI DAY T11B BUI DAY
OK,-MAY, 1,1A
Notice.
BALE FOU FK1 DAY THE Bn Btf
OF MAY, HU.
PU11LIL NOTI077. t.nbfenw
IU i xefci-t- ul Ui« flat«tgr|5Hrd
H*!s * ii-rei L¡iua tiona-gét lyA
Cjavv)-i«u aud LivatUntanada
flanee, N<. >ad Cuauuitde mh
m a u 11i!leaiiM*odk««t fleS
Nambei ü*>, (L cd ibe isenq^miijB
vf July to ihe year I9U, ssd luwS
Mucvlliy bn geulie* lauvosr S 4m
Allred L >o jj Warner, Uentnfikpl
opfor sato oy 2*ot}.i« AsciÍMtfthM|
dmioaed 'hkir A homo Jlaik tow
Sr, Yiairoi bueer, in Utv T<*v«ete
of-Spalu oa Kriii»y tas (btry-amiM
May BU-. Utwtto Uebveavjdt*»
twe p.ui
* All Aüe « two lover*) pirOitff P
oflaod «ad C'JC*K fjtlwUMW „
the Ward ut Tsrurs w pw laUfJ
rriotdkd, the Fact tbsmd mt'
tveoty-ioar ecr-v, ib/et loeiiaalN
six pctebM u*« »«»• ««rt flal
liuetitxi *ud utvcrliad latUfial
dis^raui aiiaoesd to tos UeviVtsa»
V'csaie ( CLIII. i.I.u »,?, and swOtti Ml
□|UJ Ibe it*a«S Hei
upon a ii04i rWwrted 6*d i
t>«*t Ut*vu isOdv r 1
PiUdeaispl l\e«
(or by Lsureuca J . .
Served titty Imkr »wr, w< W*
sow or lawy er its Crvva *
Aud tüsH-ond U»*r*vt soth
acres be ibe vsu.# mare w lew d
and eeitr.bed tu 'be ilsser dH
backed ut hjo Crews biu>4 Mil
M«iy tegii'ared la Vul«a«W¡*2r
2dftsud aiititwugftvrAa ejwSkMW
ftaage . R »#rvr, ftosJi syas » to
served ¡buy noki wiee, tow *2
petiUouAd for or VwsawiM»»"
vVeel ujmq labuf. tiO# or Half*
Urowo, uj^eibei wito bbe
vherem beioogicg. •■'! ¡f ‘j '
Mtiuorsiiüdiu ui Jlor tbs t* ) itiid d«y ui Aia^Jf
/ear 19/o, *u < u/soe by !b«s*w
iijo hiu^t/Oaea ia U>uur si i
VVarrtu aod Kdwa/d i
•ccuriog i ryg>Mte tb»1* "1 . t!L i
Ur«beudie»' oÁriAtienJIsw*^*B**í j
Dated ui* UOtb «aj 0Í M*f
year cl uur * or*. 1212*
. •i B*u*e Kmtti atit
. iUwrted 6i •au* oo «r «rUuiy JkV
\\ ret spo* Jwsa ftiUm
icca Mew J t^O* 0 tod >
lilikl »K»r, ssd IMtifl
pi/DUO NOTICK le bareby given lhat
A u exercise of the fltatoiory Power
sf Sale roafetred cs Mwigagw# by
the Uonveyaaetag aod Law ti Dio)*rly
Ordlaosoe Noatbor 74 aud cooliimd ot
implied le a esrtala dead of Mu(tgax#
dated the tweailetfc day of Aegosi JUU7
(rsaletersd aa NaSJIS of 1ÃœU7J andmado
tHiwoao James Albert Camberba'ch of
choeoe pail and Maud Isabel Waroerof
•tor part, that» will be j ut op f r a«ie by
Pab ia Auction by the uode>eig**ed at
their A action Mors No. 14 B . Vloeeot
Htrsat ia tbo Tswa of Port of-tfpaie on
Friday tha ihUtj-first day of Mey IPU,
batwaau tU bourn ti oae sad two r* u,
AU fhs aow aoexplrsd tanuol bitesa
rstosgvaotad by deed ti Leaee dated tba
twestUrh dayyf Aagoat ltt/7 (rsgiatered
as No, ft&Uof JlWI) of and ia ail that
deco or lot uf taad aitsate at Cusspu
. ÍÍUa*** Grands to th« Ward of
Taimo U tba Island ti Trieldod aod
havUg n frootage oo the Railway Road of
hfiy feat by a depth of uity feet aod
nbutUeg oa the North spoo iaode of tb*
•aid Idaod lsabal Warner rented loooa
Jurase Holder ue U« Hsatn epos the
basgis Grande RaUwhy Road oa tba But
Upoe the " Moot* Cneto * l£et*U Hood
ua tbo Watt opon loads of the seld M ,od
Isabel Waratr. together with the eottsges
and other beUdtsgs arveted thcieoo aud
PpuitiBSQoee tbeisto t»eluegieg.
buai autHtbar oi u,r *. ik*,Hr
-«llwi, lilt
F. J. KJOlr * (UN, 1AIU t-iwu, tMaU >k
. AmAM*W., »* **•
A GREAT BATTU,
Thousands of Victfnu Mri j
to Life.
Itt/RlV- lb* Iasi tbiee uioalbifl
1J D'ee l> H ia Ui« cuMfSt d)t to tico*»»
Itself, ouij water being Jf
rvai ifgbi u* redve wR» S.Í2IÍ ¡
The prueeurw iu line Qcp*WM*M^f,3
so great iU**i ib« uyeiug
eaurcit ami l«au Iu *“ ruWLfc i
Bailurv out uf
Urges mu- i'
amuiutiiii >ti'
ullitr li.K*
axbauMUu
delay but
MijiplU'x m
Amerita u
oontiiiuh s li-
Bunt tit it* >»
dirá» t tu the iiattli
Geurge "-tsvei ttw
further ut»a <»f aii<»ih« ***'',.
Gou *»u«* in pAsnw «/
nuax *»cn
^Uiiug P*utj^ yA
Ssi
aiv no* r
\et\ us ah W
<1 wt are outre p .
Unlit (O.III.H.
wimu* >•<'-Ea
,IM «JM-iW-í
^ »«*
A .1/ I ml ««t
white iut«bu,ial aunu» •** e^ g
vitahiy lu gi»e the ttoW1*TSyw
grew thev parsw't*»» maw J” «Yaft
and eitxiied. vtlllih» tl* iw
Mil 1 *>t i» niiarahit**'.1*
*««tu« . it* ai«u Jon*»*
hrallJir. «iguroua i-
mate per aortiv 'â– *
i be i*l' *••! ««hulwe»1
ioserv i b too*, a. pa

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rORTOF-SPAIN
SATURDAY, llm MAY, 1012
THE DEMERARA LEGISLA¬
TURE.
THE CHIEF JUSTICE’S SALARY.
Tnc following Is taken fpotu the
Dtmaam Argoey
Tbe second special session of tbs
Combined Court which wss opened on
Tuesday lost, 7th lost., for the purpose
of considering the motion of the
Government to gire rilect to the de*
(Natch of tbe becretary of State as s
condition precedent to his favourably
considering the proposal for reduclug
the salary of the Chief J ustice, brought
together all tbe elective members at
preeentJo tbe co’ony. After Ills Kx-
cellency liad bib fly referred to the
circumstances relating to the matter
Air. Gaskin etqultvrd wbatcortPvpoDd-
enre bad taken place In relation to
reinatks by him' with regard to the
reduction of penaions, to which allu*
blon wee made by the A ttorney Gene*
tal In bis minuto. Tbe actlog Gover¬
nor replied that In consequence of the
reinaras of tbe Attorney Ucneral In
reply to the honourable member’s
mutton not be»log been published in
the official report of the debates It
became necessary for him to ask the
Attorney General to furnish him with
a resume of the points upon which tho
local pension lew differed from that of
other colonies. The acting Govern¬
ment Secretary afterwards ptoceeded
to move the motion, which he stated
was prepai ed in accordance with pre¬
cedent established when tbe Fensiooe
Ordinance of IMG was before the
Court, Discarding altogether I he
question of tbe retention of the
salary of the Chief Justice at A1.8U0.
the Acting Government Secretary
addressed hirosflf wholly to tbe other
questions of pension. He contended
that in raising the question of pensions
tbe beustary of Uiate had been con¬
sistent because be bad never been able
to express himself as wholly satisfied
with the pension law of tbs colony as
It mow stands. Wbeo Colonial Secre¬
tary, hs recalled. Hr. Cbaiuberlain
commended tbs adoption of one nni-
form pension scheme to each colony,
poloting out I hat tbe Ordloaoce which
was then under consideration by tbe
Combined Court “will be different
from those of other celonlee In vari¬
ous important particulars and tba
ooly apparent result of the attempt to
amend the law will be that tbe Colo¬
nial Hervlce will be somewhat lees
attractive In future. I cannot eon-
not consider that this reeult U satis¬
factory.* continued Hr. Chamberlain
**and lam of the opinion that tbe
Krferable course would be to adopt
e JJodel Pension Law as fair boLh
to the tarpayersof the colony and to
the Public Service." The acting Gov¬
ernment Secretary said tbia Hue of
action hsd been consistently píese-
td ou them by the Secretary
of 8t*U, and dealt exhaustively
with the various poiuU of view
which showed that such a coulee was
officers. Hr. O, Garoelt ridlouled
the whole question, remarking at the
outaet that the Secretary of Stele
evidently thought tbe colonies were
made for Government officials and nut
that Government officials were suede
for tbe eokxiies, end that It appeared
the one Idea was to see what was Lhe
biggest pension that could be screwed
out of acolonyfor tbe benefit of iU
officials. After refen log to tbe eoiy
tituticMial rights of elective member»,
Mr. Garnett directed hie criticism
Sore particularly to that portion ©f
the Attorney General s minute dealing
with the pensions of Judges, and
showed that Uwas fallacious to con¬
tend so far as this colony was cop-
cerned that they weia entitled to
â– necia! consideration In the manner
•knMwX Mr- VVooJ .“PI?*1
thauiolk*, oa lh. grtKlod Ui.t u>
.tuiupt ud be*. iMd. to lulcrf.re
wlthtlb-HihJ-of lh.
CouiL Mr. O..klo, In .pe«Ho,
12110.1 lb. motion. proU.Lrd .g. on
lli. “ Mur Ulumtiw uwtbod U«»t tiul
bn. «lopUd In Mndlng tb. AUornrr
U.nml'. nmnondun. la tb. tt.cr.Urr
uf 8Ute. Uad the acting Governor,
b. utd. not tud tb.' cmloMt to bring
the memorándum before the Gourt
now, iH't a single member would have
known that It bad been sent, lhe
Attorney General explained that tbe
nieutoraoduus was a lucre tvpetiUou
of the etMwib be had wed* to tbe
court wb
« uttur »m
however, and it had been thought
desirable Ur get a resumé of it pre¬
pared so that the Secretary of State
would bare both sides of tbe question
The Attorney General then i|>oke of
the constitutional points involved,
showing that it was not the intention
of tbe becretary of State to assail the
rights and privileges of the Combined
Court, Tbe AHotney General made
a vigorous defence of the riet retai y of
Statu’■ attitude, which lie declaied
was exactly as he was entitled to deal
with the matter, aud that his action
throughout had been consistent. Ks-
plalniiig the constitutional aspect of
of the positioo Nir Urt»s-ley went iolo
the hietoty of the change lu the sys¬
tem of votiog of the «aladee of the
Judges, when they weie teiuovrd
(gratnlsoDtend A. Murphy The chief
mourners w< re Mi-ses Katie and Louise
Willoughby, Mrs. 1. C rut and
daughters, Mrs. II \\ tllmighby, and
Miss Ueverand, Mimos Kuhy and Willoughby, Alaxtus liank ami
Morris Wiloughby, Mes»is, It A S
Johnson aud L. Ubverand ciiildrein Amongst those followed in
tliecortege were Mrs, Howard King
Mrs. G. 8. Goimeit, Mrs Colston, Mrs.
and Mist Driggs. Mrs. Ahliott, Mrs. A.
Nursi, Miss Atkins, Mis O. Lo eo,
Mrs. A. Murphy, Mis. Kotierls Mi Cbadderton, Mrs. UNeal**, Mi»sU Hi
Costa, Miss 1), UellHiand, Mis, Mu-lei,
Mr*. U. Hoiuu, Mts. Mditm, Mi»,
Perkins, Misses IkebU Tit, .Mi
MOVEMENTS OF STEAM RS-
O'i
from the Civil List aud secured |wnna- * O’Hnen, Mis. 1^» rurest, Mis V.
neolly by provUious of a se|>aiute | Coraiulsslong. Misses Hunt (-». Mi»
Oi-dmsiice, aud said that wbeu that i Vau rosson, Mis. T Haiiahna, .Miss
Ordinance was pissed, a bargain was * Jai ksun, Mt»s M. Inoiss. Miss Clair
struck between tbe Crown and the I ruonte. Mis. *, Ounnell, Meesia V.
Uourt. *lhst bargain or agreement Oltier, L Mpiphy, O. At Hill, A
could only be repealed or altered by CiinUni, H Uayne, Challes Senlv. I ,
thejolnt assent of the parties to it. I’lijrrim, ' Held, l*. Aloututl, H. Knox,
The Ordmance not haviug been
repealed or altered was at present
effective and tho Court was bound by
(La provision», aod the sjwciilc salaries
therein voted, uutil some alteration was
agreed to between the becretary of
hute and the Court. As tbe Ordinance
was io effect, Sir Crossley held that the
Secretary of btate had the right to
appoint a Lew Chief Juitke at jC'.wn)
a year. Mr. Huocan said It was the
duty of the electives not to allow the
scaIc of pensione to be increased in any
shape or form. In this view Mr. ltus-
eell Garnet agi eed slating that from a
financial point of view tbe colony at
present was unable to do more than it
was doing, lie was sure that there
were scores of suitable men in the
Civil Service of, other colonies who
would aocepl the position of Chief Jus¬
tice here at £t,U0O per annum and with
the dialing tension rights. The acting
Government Secretary poioied out
that tbe calarles of the Judges had
been permanently determined and
tbat the agreemeut made with regard
to them between tbe Crown ana i he
Combined Court could not be depaiud
from without the coneeot of both par¬
lies to that â– greenren*. In replying to
the debate the acting Governor ex-
tressed hi* regret altbo teimsln whl< h
he action of the Secretary of State In
this matter had be^n criticised by
three of the went ben aod he bad
hoped that after tbe eiplanation by
the Allot ney General he would have
had some expression of regret for tbe
accusation mode against the Secretary
of btate that be had expressed himself
In terms opposed to the constitution of
tbecolooy. That wasoua of tbestrong-
eet statemenU that could be made, he
said, with regard to a Cabinet Minuter,
lilt Excellency emphasised the point
tbat there was no Intention whatso¬
ever on the part of the Secretary of
State to force^anythingcn the Court
which was contrary to tbeionslitutloo,
aud then weutontospeakoftbe contri
tutiouai rights of the Couit and toiuie
lify the Secretary of State*# action
The resolution ou being put to tbe
Court was lost* lie twelve elective
member* votiog agaiutl it.
C. Nantuii, R. A. June», H. liornu,
J. â– . Thuriie, Walrohd, Atott, U. T
Dost, O. S. GonneUi J Hetlmnn. li
Clsike. W. McLuan, .V. Ausilu, \\
Garcia, Suatoo, 11. Seal>, 11, Jtoaili,
a. Aeale, J. Landeau and it.
Faun* -Numerous llmai tributes
weie rec* Ived fruni relatives, fnends
and syuinathixers. The concludiog
portion of the burial seivku at the
grave side was (M-r formed By Cairuir
lionibcrstey, and the body was
interred in the family allotment at
Lapeyrousc Cerne ery. The deceased
leaves eight children, several gland-
chU.iieu, «nd other relatives to mount
their loss.
TALES OF THE SUPERNA¬
TURAL.
SOME STUANOB KAI'hltlFNl'K-
A IIALNrifU HOuM.
baih f.tr .u>jtPüb.ic pÜNERAL OF MRS. EMMA
WILLOUGHBY.
After a llogerlng Illness which was
boroo with complete resignation, Mrs-
Kurina Louise Willoughby, mother
Mesare, Hugh and Jleury Willoughby
of«he ••Hoitanxa- aud lha »*
respectively, paowd away at her tv*l-
deuce In Hundonald Btreet, on Tues¬
day evening last. The deceased was
a native of ILibadoe, but bad been
resident here fur some years past. The
funeral took place on tbe following
afternoon, to All Balote Church, New
Town where the cersmooy was per¬
formed by tb* Kev. Canon Hombres*
ley. The service was fully choral.
Hr. II. Huroettpresided atine orgau,
tbe hyrnoe sung being "Jseu Luvsr of
my boul" and " 1‘esce perfwct iwacr.”’
Tbe beaters were Messrs. Hugh aud
IIKYlLKS>Hb UHlLSlHtlUI'HI
Tie Vegaiablv Coui|NMi Kellogg • VegvUJdf ITU* are eos
•ed, mainly dtiSUTJeti and ms
TiiKYlLksNMfa WhilkThisvCi
-The
Dr
puoed, — , ...
drake, ulrar rite stomach and
tines of drletleriolM malUr and
resIbralbederaDgetdMgaovte health¬
ful action. Ileacw they ore (be l*st
remedy for mdigesUoo available to¬
day. A trial of thru* wU| «eUkdleh
the truth of this sMertmu and do
tonoirvluis theaUlegdhaii say-
ig that oau be wrKtea uf theee
The most lemaikable ghost fe(<>tv
I knowJatdld of au •usliahao ho \ i
tal saya ibe Luidon IS>pr»t» asi»!
lows i—
Cue night a woman was carried
there fiouithe streets in a serious
condition, having been knocked down
and Lujuiod by a runaway horse
, y\o operation wav netesvary, so she
was takeutoa (»rivat« room and
caretl for. but it soon became evident
that no human elfoits could save iu*r.
As the end (*|tj>aiently) di'c-w near
she passed into wild detumm.and • < u
tmuolly cried out a man's name Dnr
lug a lucid Interval tho doctor que»
tiuoed her, mod found that her hus¬
band bad deserted her a y»»r before t
she had beeu wandering aluut in
search of him and was i educed to
sheer destitution when she met with
the accident.
Bhsgrew worse, and nothing could
•top her wild outcries, a small bias*
gong stood on the table beside her t»d
and ibe rang it continually. Tbe
nurse H lod mu vlng it, but this threw
the patient into such daogerou* parox¬
ysms that she put the gong back again.
Thrett day* aud nights the.liugeiod
in tb« ui most agony, ioog after doc¬
tors and nurses had giv< u up all
hotte.
KCTIOKB OF TUL GONG.
Thru she phased away, with her
husband’* name on herll|H>. and the
CN.hu of tbe guag si ill soundltig in
tho harrow loom, as sh* hod struck
it in her U»t deperate struggle to sum¬
mon trim.
To thiedsy tbe sound of the goog i*
heard at that luur ia tbat room uf
the hospital. No palireota are ever
ptaoed there, aud it bos had to i*
glveu up as a bedruoru. for though
uurse sfiur nurse tried to sJoep there
some uttei ly igooraut of the iiagariy
the sound of the gong (ruu undaiglit
to th ee iu lira ludrufug, kept IMW
awake.
One of these nurse* a Strong,
health) »eiisibht and uringly level-
headed woman—told me lire story
some year* ago, aud i lint one of Mm
ductor* of the husmtal admitted It
when 1 t|uosllotted Iriur.
I woudvr it Um euuud of the goag
eqboes too, in tbe husband's rare V 1
wonder If It rang iu his eat* dunug
those hours of the woman’s agoay f 1
wo«d*r if"It will haunt him Uit be too,
cotue* to die) Jeprra*
w
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UB Page 2.
Koninkiljko W, 'n-
discho ftlaildionst
Tux Koval Dtrrcn Mail
—AoxNre
Head Link Hkbvjcr.
ÜANJK XASí»Al -Tbt* Hoysl DuUh
Mall btenim’r Ornnie Nassau ’ is duo
here from Vvmwuelatt Poitson or about
Jltti Ma> pro, ceding afterwards to
1’ai autarlto Havre and Amsterdam taking
carao, passonim* and mails.
IJKIVS MAI’HITB -lhe ltn>«0 Httkh
I MsH bteiuncr Mauri)» Isd'iu
her« from Am»lrrdam \la I'amumniio
and Ufiiifny* on or nlnml Jüth Ms» tv
lirouM-dlug af'cjwsrils «o CmupsiKi,
Lumana. Guanta, La (fuatro, I'toCaUull»,
Lursuao, Jscnori Aux Cayes. l*ort hu
Prince and New Yolk taking ualgu
an in di»
|)HI\í HJKDHIK IIKNDIHK -Tho
I llmai Dui) t* Mad MiHiun “i’ilti,
Piclitk lltixlilk ‘ l> «jut ben from
\ • i ■ I >n P,>i is on m u)> >ul ¿all Maj
I U¿ !iui< aElciwaiil* tu Paraam
nlio II*'i e and Auislvidaui taking caigu
(Hto-acngcrs and tuails._
houihkiijko %V tu-
dies MaiiOknat
N«w Y >il » srsui rl*»>
Herri .
Ths i.v*i, Dptth mail Annie
MAIIOWUNL.—The s.» Miirmljiic
is due back here from Paisuiaiil»)
via DsiInwíuh on Tusalay Hill Mav 1U1X.
ami will leave next dav at noou precisely
direct for New York taking cargo poaseu
gers and uutils.
CUITbNANK. -Tbs m. ‘Uojvpeoaios’
Is due hers femu Paramaribo ou Mou-
iU) iitb May 1912. and will leave next
day at uoon precisely direct for Now York
taking cargo, pasafengers aod malls.
Compi-uio Ueuonl*
Tnuiutlautiquo.
O. LtuTAn A Son—
AoKNn,
GlTADRLOt PK.-lLr l rrn Hlearner "Guadeloupe1 is due here
from Kuropo. via (tuadeloupe and Marti
nniue, un oí Altoui ‘I uesday ibelrthMay
and will proceed afterwards to Carupnnu.
Ia Guaira bacamlla, Colon ami Pori
,uV^ct C*7S
O Steamer "8t. Douiegue la due here
from IVtnei-aia un or stout Tuesday the
Ihh Mar en Lucia. Msitinique, Guadeloupe, and bt,
Nsseiiw taking |MO- i.i rgo.
CH’AI)kr.Ut>rB.-riiü IreucU mall
C birmit^r Guadeloupe ’ is due here
fnmi V) nc/urian po«ta on or about Thors-
dav the 90lli Xla> and w111 proceed after-
wanls lo Martliik|uc (.•nadeloune.baDtarf
ir')» ni'ills hiid cargo
of riUUINGLi. -Tin Trcuch mall
O Mchiii, i • m DoiulnKue" is due here
from Liti»i>e viaouadtloupe. Martinique
and si 1 m ia. on or about Tbuisday tbn
XMli Miv ui-i will |tro>ecd altrrwanife to
f>oniviaiii ->imiiaui and Caysuue, taklug
l«i.s*cngcr'. lasii» uud cargo,
\r
Hamburg / icon-
cau Lino.
HitxH hchkkhkx a Co
Aaxurs
MHU1N1A.- rbesa "Virginia of tiu.
Hamburg Auisiioau Hue Is due here
from Vcm/uelan Hurts on or shout M*\
Jlth wooeedlng afterwards to Havre and
Hamburg via 61. Thomas, taking cargo,
paasungers ami njsUe.
CULAimiA.-lhe a.», "('«lslria " of
> Ibe Hamburg Auericau Line la due
herefrom Venexuelan }M3rts oa or about
¿lay kill), proceeding afterwards to
llairu and jiaoiburg via bt, Ihotuoa,
taking caigo, passengers aud lualls.
Seebevg Lino of
â– *x. Steamers.
Ota It almtov L Co
— Auiu.Clt,
fpilYVI Tlir ‘ lrym” Is due here
X fiotu M.iLlls ‘ " J- * J1 - **-ibne, •
ing Hltciwanls to direct Mol
cargo passovngurfe and tuaila
Uking
uo > OMfloii trtMP
me of Honooera I
Thk New 1’4>lo* _ Ltd Auknt*
SKiikaN'A.—Tbe it "Bciieue ' Is due
herefrom London \la llsibadue sod .
Grt nods on or'bout IHli May Wll pro- ’
cetiding afterwards to iNnisrara, taking
cargo, passsngers and malla.
Froderick Ley land
A * ora Deny Ltd
Thi New CoLoNiaL Co,
Ltd.—Agents.
4 LMKUIAN Thee, a "ATuifrlan" h
ii duo here from Liverpool via liarbedoe
on or alxMit27ili Msy, nroueeding after-
wnr>l« to La Guayro, Pta. Cabwlio and
I’unuHO, taking cargo passengers aud
uielife, If quarantine panano.
Glasgoiy Direct
Lino of Steamer
tMmjxyrt á tioit ¿Uve
•J
Okokue IL Alston &
Co—Agenta
rpKN’X «SON The ai. " Tsnuvsoa i->
L due here from gantoe on Uie 11 tb May.
and will l«sre (he samo day for Nsw Tone
.ia liarUdos taking caigo, passengers
aixl malla.
\rOLTAlUE—The #», * Voltaire' is
V due bens from Ilueoos Aires ou the
¿Tilt Msy Cud will leave tbu earn*day for
New York \ la llarbados, takieg cargo,
possengei» and mails.
of
AfAlUCAa Tho ss "MorMM*oft
iU liloidod Use Will loan
Trinidad I ine
bte»mcrs,
.Trinidáp SeirNM and
Tkapiko Ou.—As into
os* of tho
. . . TilnUsd
fur New York «la Grenada oa tbe Erd
May 191 i and ia due to arri's thove Oft
May llthltflL
\ I AYAltO.—Tbo tt "Mayare'* of lhe
ÍM Trluidwl Uus will leave New Yuk
for irindad illwclwi thu fOtb May lVtX
ami in dilato a*r1vs^hsr» or^Uay ijklt IttlA
0
hloibers (an easily know when Uwir
childrvu are troqUod with wowme, an 1
they loot uu time in applying tho hoot
at ttnMhs - Mother litSTM1 With
gxlenauiaUg.
ill OWN OP NAVAHHK.—The as.
' Crown of Nevam''uf the Triuidod
Lino will lo«*s.lrtiildad (or .«* York
dimt on tlw Illli May IIIIX mmI In due lo
arrive there ou May and UUA
/ \ KENAUA.-Tbe si ‘ Gremuta of
Li the TriiddsdUno will Mav# rriuldul
for New Ymk ria Gvenedo oa the lU>t
May, 19 X and la doe to arrive them oa
LUv **b iwa
MAKACA8.- lhe * a "Maraeae1 of the
Trlxidwt Lias will hwvo Now \ urk
lor Trini sd'ia*)reiiiMiaowUwXisk Mav
191J aud due looriiti hire ou May S*h
JVU
MAkAUO - ibos.s * Mayoio' of the
Tilnl'tsd Uu« will leave Iriotdad
lor No) \ork direct ou ü>e Ms» May !Vti
mod is duo tuarihe there ooJnuo Ota IlUX
TRLViDADhinrmo axd
Txadino Co—Auxwti.
CROWN OF OUANADA—Tbo 3.3
Crown uf ' Granada” is due here from
Glasgow '»a tlarbsddv on or about tbo
Xbth In^taut. pruocodlng afterwards tu
Deawraia, Uklug cargo, passengers and
utalls.
SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.
u ve . IIUU, Ilftllftt* «
V.pom
Tns New LowhiALUuM-
> axy Ltd-— Atiintw.
till A Hi MILANO lhe sa’^CtUa
di Milaiiu Is duo here from Gsaua,
MareeilU. tiaioolauo aud 1 suorige oa or
about 19th iasunt, pracoediiia Mtarwoxds
to La Gaerva • Pis (.abefVa, Cimw.
aa'auiUo. fart Ueioe and Ciiog, taklug
sargu pmMvecetv sad laatls.
e
AltniVALS.
10th.
Cai si ixa, llrit slur, TeLbe, I.Wi tons, hi
bourn, Detnerero, cargo la fvaasiL Tu
Hoyt! Mall Beeam i'ac set Co,
Mikaum. VfnsA Sloop, Joseph, 43 tuos, 1
day, Cristobal Colon, ttvaiu coconuts,
¿ L*K$ oooou,) hides aod IU paisougers.
linos, Veasrtchur,Giularto, XU tons, 12
hours. < rlstobel Coiou, Mi Lags evooa
aud U| l)tPAUTL'Kl>
mb.
FAurasAM). Norweg. llar, Utero, idh
tana, Osyemtr, X.BB pkgt tranship
moat aonüs, n boxes csanr-l tuesta,
ISO baskets uȒm% leases ((Allan
rlee bUhagssslft. Jpkgs HiIimss guuds
«nd^jMwutfW. liy Gordon, (•rautM
loth,
Alksml Urii •» sobar. Decker, 2(9 tons,
I’MIadelphiA^Pa, t’JCA. *XX.9A Triul-
dad eoeoouu. Uy Georgs F. Hpggtoe
aud Co.
B$ Caoii, DsiilabMuir, Kell, l.flg) tons,
Bt. Vini-eoi, asTbogs TrieklaJ «ouoa,X
pkgi todss, AM Lags amniock, XU half
he¿r sud W bsgS Awur, tl Cooks crude
etl aod M puenmm. Ur Georgs Ik
AUtou kUa. '
CLOSING OF MAILS.
Tb* Malle for Be. Tfawti per as
• VTigmla '* will tie otosed on gotordar
Util at 12 uorni Hagistpatlpo at 1LÁI p.M.
Mails for HsiWm. and M. Jehs W tbo
* " KluMesiaa will Le glosad 09 â– at^^
mu tbu lltlt tuat , at IX o clock (owe#)
prciiM-.y Msgietrotlw» deseo at UJU
^tlaib lux IWawfesriW par as. "Uvauge
‘ ‘ ^ 'sytltLat
Naeoau ’ wpi IweUscd ou CoUrdsy 1HL at
If jam. HwiMtioaHei (â–  at ILJOarn.
'hít,
mm. HeririadMaM i 11 atfiáflam.
«gíh^üi7iarí¥j¿g,flfi
at 8 p- ib. MMlMóflioa sloéas
M.U,¡M SW Y«rt MThnH¥u>
"Muv.U.. *IH b, 11K1.r mi
1—d.> lb. Mu t»«Unl »l 1ujm. .
*nrtel) RqiirinMtMi riw»> ti UJU
/

I
• FOB BENT-
T’OK RENT - 6bup — KarriUEid
•*- house, No, It? Woodford Btreat
for 8 or 4 mooibs, Deautlful flower
(Tardea. Apply to Jas. Fkimkiiu, 40
Nouth Quay pr on premises—May llth
—3 «r,
Dells-Vue. The heallbtestand best
•Hunted piece At Ouptrifi Bimrl's
lUjr, with ell ronrsnienee for alargo
f aiuily, will be vacant on ih« 15th June,
1013. Apply to Alabrt A. Birokrt.
HtegerVs Fee lory, George Hticet, 6 A 8,
Mty 11—lm.
T?OR RKST.-Comge No.
A BtreeL oooUlolre two
. 70 I1 >«ion
Htreet, oooulolrg two bedrooms
drtwiagaad dialog roots*, siaa'l v#r**.-
d*b» opte sida cillery a*1 sorvsota room
Here© yard. Apply to ft Woodfori Bi.
-.Mty
Apply on
.. .. Maravsl
the premise* —
HyM,
Mty 9\h,
1^0K KK.N V. -Farms bodor •utarnis'ied,
A the derirab'e
i prem'stt, Windsor C*t<
tag*, obliootly opposite ths S*n Jjtn
Jlrilaay metió», coataloleg two bod.
rooms, drewUg room, drewlostoom, 4iu-
tog roots tod gtMsry wUhesosl oi'.olBsev.
FarmiMloa to Jupee tad otter Isloi-
nitkoo mty be ibuioid frrtu Mr. 0. Cal-
jwj>wr, Collector, Bis Jato, or to B. J.
list 301Iti>rj 8u Cuy—M «y 8 1»,
f Allí KK.NX*. —TuniKbeT—•* VILla
A HUB,' Apply to 0. II. Prenlgera.
9 b Qjwn'i l»*rk Wsit,-*vi>r 7.--lns.
JaX)il HtiX r.- J ha Monastery 40 I’kuh
• broke BU Ltr^e family Residence,
A broke BU Large family liestdeoce,
garden, stable*» Ac. i’osseilon let
June. For further particulars apply
to Mre F. W. Urico, 110, Frederic*
gtrevt ot to A. Deoeoith. Bt. t Itlr
EsneHroenUl Biatlon. Mty 7. Jot,
1?0tt JllLsT— Wum j3ri» ^ea* i«vs>
the cjoI Aod healthy Cottsee* N«, 57
paedjnald Birred fronting tbe E tsi, ted
aliutte setr tbe QueeVt Poik H«'
BuUtbie for fan Ilf of medium tier, Bsir-
erogo Aod Kleobrlo-llght-plaot loslallw),
Apply to J, M« ItfLkY, Atoes) boot* (No,
M*yUd—lm.
RUtlV
• Morsval HaMaml
J?UliikTloute. Water laid on. In
house, stable*, aod garden, sod Sewer¬
age. Carriage house, Stabling for
three horses. Telephone at home.
Apply W J. S. IvcKKit A Co, Cha¬
cón Ht, I
I'utt-of-Bpaln.— May3 lm.
HfcNi.-
>vifc iiwiCottage Mu. '£*, Naw
street, suitable for family. Several
Uodrooms, Urawiug room, Iholug
room and usual out offices. Shower
Lath, 4c. Fitted with electrlo light
l’osveaalon at once Apply The Knalftb
llskny. No, 50, Park Blreet.—May
ilrd. Mlt
TJOR SALE^Cbeap.—Gener leaving.
AT IJgbt double Omrgy, nearly new.
Brees liornas* by t*a*t,n bora Gun
by Cha*. Boswell, I bred American
Mara, good, itronguheful mare. Uolt
foal by **MurauM^lÁrply to 0. II.
Frod^era, Dd, Queep'ai'ark West —
Ktiy
*Ll
lyOlt BALE-A wbolalos ol Usd btowa
t u8t Laurent'sCarriageFactory No.
77 Uasry Stress suittbUi tor • cottage or
basinets pites tnauorlog 118 fast la
depth br 53 (set 9 laobat «Ida Any
rtotootbla oPer w*Il be tooepsei. For
til ptrtieattrs apply to St, Hill Boyer tt
No. 17 Fork Street, --Mty8*r-1 cd.
itOi< BALK—To alo«a eoaaigomsat, i
J Urge KENTUCKY MULES. No
rsa«>Btbla offer refuted. Apply to Esbats,
Joaquin Híjí/ro, 51 Baatb Get/, CUr
—Mty 5th—8 a.
bOK ^AtB-KMcMIllr M,Mt. bCT
A eph, tbe property formerly belong
epk, tbe property formerly belonged
to the late KI«goa« I irga y ud with pie oty
of fruit tree*. Uoats bails of creole
wood, wtber laid, no ratsoatble offer will
bo ieíowd4 part of parchara moaey eta
remain on mirtgage. Apply te A. V
MoNTticiutD, 84 FroderkiK Street or to
Mra. Uarttocbs, Bt Jotapb, May 8—lm
Aogtlut 1‘itoolt,
i/Uti BALE—An
b Mtboguy -tlmoti scw.^ Fur p»^ti-
coUrt, Apply MaMAokk, Ptlmltto Kt-
Stta, fB in rarata lu—Mty 5 h 1013.—1
LX>ll BALK OUKAU-rÃœgbt Vic
Jj torlt and 1 Fuur Wheeled Dog
rood
Curt-both rubber Tyred ending*
li
aodltioD, Apply fospector May—
Jira Brigada Station—4th May— 2w,
Y, OH BALE -A Fioo Dtrgtinl Uwuk
U aod Ked, N *. 78, Guacen Btrooet
ealttb'a for retiueoce. Apply to IUAmn
C»n»T. in Mty—lm.
IjHM OtLE,—A "(Q«U Uuoaa hítate
A’ tUttia oo tbo Mtrtott rood, 2 mllet
fion 8w Jcwpb, 3 rivers ooly to crow, 2
•rebridged. 11 scree of Itoland e com¬
fort able cottage end ©at'bajldiogt, Bablte
nod room have jisl been thoroughly re¬
paired one of sue bett Mtblag pitees le
She Mirtett river. Mott to <9)id. No
reasonable oHtr related, For partintlara
apply on tbe preuuaee.—April 24.—lm.
lilOnTdALB-ltooM aou lend
1? property known ta N<^> 78 Abe
lot i,l«
. property known ta Nu, 7a Abcrcrooiby
BtreoL Apply to A. McChaCKEm 1W
Queen Btroes or 00 iba premiso* Aprl|
l-— 1 to,
t)UK ¿TlK—Sü Xengtbt oT two-loch
Wrought Iroo ÚtlvaDicói TUIIkB
INewJ 15 leal to 181» bias lone, l'trtieu.
1606 " AND CANCER.
rnoFEssoR Kimucii’H
KXrKKlM ENTB,
Daily
Correjrpondmt ir» (h4
iiaiL)
Vroltmmr Dr. raul Ehrllcb, tha crlw-
brmtad German eciantiot, had the
courtesy to receive me at the Hoyal
t*rus«Un lostllule for Kcpeiimantal
Therapeutics at Frankfort on-Mtin
and to diftcitea the present phone of hie
latest achievement*, and particularly
Ida Improved •• GW ” (the cancer tpeci*
He arrived at after fl05unsucwwful e*-
pe rímente.)
Professor Ehtllch states that be baa
already been overwhelmed with appli¬
cations for Macanear treatment from
all parte of the world, 1 am glad to
take this opportunity," he asid, •' of
etnphaalsing in the most poeiUvaform
the utter impowiblllty of gratlfylog
such appeals at tbta time. Many come
front cancer victims in the last stage*
of Che scourge. They express pitiful
readiness to try our'euro1 even in Ha
perl mental state, no matter
iow deadly r'
Imrely
iow dc
_eadiy the conaequeocee might be.
Wa cannot, of course, give heed to
request* of thla kind. Patience on our
fiart, a* well a* on the'part of lutTerers,
• and must remain tha watchword for
a long time to come.
NO HUMAN EXPERIMENTS.
“ We are till) confining ei(>erlments
exclusively to rata and tmee. How
soon it wflt be expedient to risk the
administration of the epeclHo to
human beings It Is ulteily impossible
to My. The compound of eotin and
eileaium which we are now employing
employ I _
must. In fact, be modified before its
application to human cancer can be
Irud with safety.
" Troferror von Wasserraann, of
Berlin, and I, who are rodoboratlng,
ara determined to avoid tomb distress¬
ing mistakes at occurred in tbe case of
the discovery of tuberculin. We in
tend to preveuL as far as lies in our
power» repetition of avente such as
those caused by over-hatto in tha em¬
ployment of Frofeasor Koch’s celo-
mated remedy.”
WARD PRICE & CO
JueRofwr», raJwn. BttaU A¡r*tt
and Jcoranikisft
THE cur SALE ROOMS,
‘JO Frederick HLeet—1Td, lid.
U0011 received for sale at all umea
?>.V, 67, Vincent Stmt*
jtllli eictlleat Iimliy rsdlvnes b tab*
r l||W
oeitre and order ta vt»w 01 appIfeHion t'»
WAK1) FK10K Ac UO., K taU AgeaU.
April 30 hi*.
Motor Launch
tfdR BALK by «aetltw, sesrly new
*â–  M-mr Lteaob IM/b, ?io. loa/, Gft.
be*m, 0 JI.F. 15 i/tos t brass rudder,
aoHotu eo^iwcd, Bjiaf 8 knot*, Ah
peAlcultrs Iron WAKD l'/tlUR A Co
B«lv«i|ardie L mdoa B rest, Mtylltb
*» 11.3Q«.n>. precise)/—Msyftth—lv.
Frofeasor Ehrlich was still moie
reticent regardinghla "Improved tWJ.H
which, aa already stated In Th$ Daily
Mailt will be called " Nvo-Balvart&n.
|, Utt llbD l —C U lUM^uuw —
P 1st Jaof.-HAY-CLA 1IUUBE oa
llill at Cucunte, comnatodtag la I view ot
IbeGtif. Water taid os, Bbowerllub.
Fer particulars ’Funs 875—1. UAtNice-
Clark 11, Tragare to Ro»d —May ‘2nd.
IAIH ItKNi' Nis 9Ü Dan4ooa'd Biree
A pnseot occupied by Ur, Otto
Clarke) cooialolov drawtog, diplog and
tbrss Urge bedroome «l‘h drestleg
room, Electrle light aed eswerage '
esallet. Anply to Kroeet Eck*|
Mown G. 1C jtliMo k Ot—May lu
1912,
..urn «tíM’.-LAt'KÜL UlLL-i/
I* alies (rom T»csilgue Btatloo, water
and Mweroga tall on CtnUgo (bouse
and ilabllng for two boHes, Ktet fJO (X)
Kn moofeb. Api ly to K, Du.it, *' L lunlt
mw-l»t Mty.—In
Lkflt it ENT, — rats Urg* oomudiout tud
A oomfor.ahla pro(>e foitaerly beloeging feo Mestra Biegsn.
eooelttipgolla*galatídseos, a'ab'e» fora
borSM, carriage bouse, servaot rooms,
fruit treos Fora grtM, Ualeta
grata Klvor salt* near, Uib
room 11*1,0 of liver, 10 nlektee lion Kill,
way Atados ead 21 zaHtus tfriva from
Fucfemf Bpale. ImmedUt* botteatloo,
Apple fo r. MARQUEZ JU^kerUte
htrost— 1st M«y
jH)lt IttíMl—COnI tud ootufot<
uHa funify r etdeoor, No. A) Civil'
bol Boulevard with every euavcoWooe. bslf
u-mlosta e walk I rum Bk 0 tlr IV, 1W
italoo litJitt For farther panicaius
% 'ply &l Wtadford Btreet or Ultpboea
JW-Ap II ilbk—Iw.
VTIÜH'rENY'-NV ¿i> lklmimt Orce
JJ eulor stood. Apply 10 D, M. liAUtf
ApriiHb.il. ^
f.^ Jtt HLNT.—49, Jk'nioTfi'm Avcoue,
1 foreitbou |HO|srtUy. For ptrUcefors
•mAyfeuJoui* MACK1K2.45, Jarslugban
Avowov. April 24.—lm.
r OK ÍíLnY ioroitbsd or aot» l*r s i
aaibi or oea jaar—In is JJth a*
sod of April* Tha
1 1
w, ^r. Folugs" Orcu'a*
ltoad Bia Foitaalo—drawmg, dklcg, 9
beluomv, difese eg fea As, good it to-
lit/ sad Mots hwu. Ap^ty mUN,
Hoiisox «tobo»* «Midia*. Axil 3t lm,
‘t.VJll'RKNT--810CS-A •pieoiHd'TlutT-
2} nassbfcand. at Prlaoet Town, lately
vacated by WLitoos Iwtter altuaUoo obtalnablo In Uils fast
growing diairk-t. Fittings Oouiplste, In
«ludlug g Unía plata glaae «bow v* luduwa
IlMckfetors 0EÁ. IUnt inodarata. Apply to
Ais*, Fannv MiLxam lMooea *0« n-
April fl»t.—liu,
IX) 14 KENT-Nu. it k. Dm,
A Fosustioo f Jdt Aity. AtpytoF. N%
FamNliaoxb&Oo., Aprd lutu—la>
are from Mown BMiru Koucht&oV A Co
QApid llth-ho. r
Í;o¡rs*re a flAiiaxiN-ru». <*>0..
: fortableaed strongly built residence
"Hylton." situated at tha corner cl tbe |
aavaontn and bL Clair Avenue at present
occupied by Mr. Dreyfus containing loras
drawing and dining room large galleries
north east and west, 1 fttUug room, 4 bed
rooms, 4 dressing rooms, bath room and
lavatory, pantry, kitchen all under one
roof. Lance yard with cholee fruit trees
and containing 4 servanU rooms, U stalls
flrge carriage bo uve, servants, bath etc
tor further partloulars apply to Mr. T
Fixlp at ths Eduoation UfQne or to 19
queen's Turk West—March 9—dm.
llesald: " Here, too, we are not en¬
tirely beyond the experimental stage.
We want positive evidence of at least
1U,(JX) treated cases before putting the
improved diug on tbe market. Dr.
Scnreiber, of Magdeburg, wboh&dthe
eat best result* and had atn< e made the
mnat comprehensive ei peri menta with
" the efficacy of 'Neo-Balvsrsan' to make
foiiotl announcement of it atan early
lueetlog of an important Gettntri
m«*dical society.
BustsTV For Salo
I CON COHO BUGGY $13. 1 Four
1 Wheeler $M, 1 Van and Waggon-
•Via 94U. 2 Beoond Hand lltraois 5D.6C
each* 1 Fooy $tW, Fauiculars at id,
Marino Square, (Tha Baxter Btore).
April mb-lm.
For Ront or Solo
ram KENT OR BALE. -Nk 1 dwo
A mora Avante oooiUUeg of drawlug
rtw®, dialog rootD, 4 balrwoi (two with
drvniog room 1 sdjuiwlog) isrge gallery f«c*
IsfNonh snd Ku», Buóla au4 aiuu ou
emoa*. For Hrther ptrfeicnUrt apply to
No, 18 Chaoaa Street.—Ap>il 25tb—la,
Por Hlro.
on U.I-, UAU-Ui.OOAK- p., ho.
OU. or BU Vlecent BirseL—Aprii 17th—lm.
WANTED.
VV W Aber lltb-lw,
\\7AN riH Tly a rwtdenrs tn ib«
YY vlrimty vitae Qieao'a lUyolUJ*
leguBoysMUoudcrt. T«t Fur particulars apply to * 8", r/o tha
F.O.a. Gsistta-kity 9tb.
WAN IKD—A Motor Car, new or
second hand, lleass apply giving
full particulars to ** Motor. Uaxetta
GOloa, Fortof-Bpala.—May 7.—Iw,
yyANAED. — Law Clerk (junior).
perico
to be sola clerk In a couotry Solicitor's
Oflloa, Reply in writing giving re¬
ference* and salary axpeeUd to No,
9, e/o ' Fort-of-Spslrr Uoxetta* Ofllo
•lMsy7.-iw.
W" AN1KD. A Coca—must have
good references. Apply Ul, bt,
ViiMvot Street.—May 7.—tw.
FOR SALE
F°fiJ
..L BALE.—A AnsCreóla Vil» U>g»y,
lately «pee up. Apply to lb# «toe ot
Iks pspai— _
Fjlt bALK—Cocoja^fale 74 scivs of
good liod about 91UU tree* nearly
all twariog, aJtua'ed In GacjwriJJo aw
Lba UtiiGsi bay Huad, c«u) give
pearly large bvgsof 240 iba osch sM
cocoa This n just the tiwa for owy
wan to Inspect A *KN» setal# aftas
having 7 uion lba of good suo Kui
further partlaoUre apply lu 1km a
KtlRk. 20 Frederick (street- May»—
lux ,
|^0H bAl.li—Th** *oJmt^a k* TIT*'
1 knvwaas IS Moiits B^sms ,ri«
Had Qstf wW V woe Mws ssm! átase,
and alsassaaMaVDasabar toid. Apply
$9 »l, Mattel ^«4—
IHVESTMIHT WAHT1D
K>l«
$8,000.00 On txt I'huM Bucu-
ritj on I'ocon Propcrly. Will
oHii in tno sumn. Aj.j.Iy to
T7uivex*wltar.
April Ukb I in, TAltagUITM
FOUND
LHll ND -Oa TisgtrtU Hood,
*- «II- • - *
*- el Mr tin stltebad W sintH bvfe of
Watt ritáis. Uwsex osa fes vs atas, fey
reMJeg el tfed ifboe aod ptyiag oust of
ad vsriUcsusst. - Mi Way lilt.
NOTICE.
J Hk j'LBUU U fearsby netuM lk*4 l
_ am to iusfsr nadar in* itirlaanoa
ssc« Mmy knsfenndOvrll Jlrides
TKINIDAU.
UUBLIL NOTICE h.baraby gives ths»
L ta »xsrc*ss of lbs Puwtr ot Bale con*
t ul September lWi registsrai a*No. ‘2iw4
A the prjtocil ot deeds fee He
year 1MB aod uni* botwtcu Ktphae
S «piteo of tbe o«e p*it tod Wi litm
Gerdau Utrdoa tradog ta “Girdou
Gras» A Go." ei lbs other ptr» lane
«HI bi bus op fo sale <•» tbs Auouod
illri ofMesim \V»rd l’.UiACo, Nv.
Fredsrttk B reel It lbs Tueu of Poll
-ii 8pus ou IVedHStdty .tbe 13 b day ei
M*y nest bstnesa tbs Jiuirs of voaaod
l p.m.
All nod singular thafe certalu parcal if
iiod «od eucoi yltufetllua SHUile iotbe
Ward of Tuco in tbe Islaof of Tnallad
ooaitridsR 1) acres sol 11 perabet and
«bulüug on tbs north oa Itudi of Goarltt
Ftbiea sod 00 lands of IKuibsth Nico's
oa tbs south sod west on lands now or
itiely of the c«i«o tod oa tbe east on
lands of Mateal Stephen wub the build-
iog« therein.
U&led Ibis 23rd day of April 1912.
WAKD PBlJS A UO. -
Auctioned a.
SALK FOU WEÃœNKBUAY THE 2/iu
LAY UF MAY IVU
pUBLlU NOriCL m hereby given that
x lu ettreue of tie Fuwer otosiccn
Wot|ce.
aEFEKHlSul to former notice which
appeared la Ibis paper. Merchant»,
Ag*mi and tha public generally, «re
ui-m, miu me paouo gsoertlly, «I»
hereby(uribsi noUbed tbst no orc«r for
Marcbtedlsa ol aoykibdfe valid unless
slrned by oliber Mr. A N Vscoo*
e llos Mr. U. VioccoU or Mr. Jo*cbio>
Rlbeiro,
K.uuolJOA, ItlDElHO, IdramlI
I'er A. K. VAsaiNtEI.LOS. Q
la*> K.k J0|£_,»_ K.~uu.
A C'A Í; I)
DR. L. L. ME1KLE,
No. I.
Apr||
Sitiyton Dentht.
itvlla £au llosd,
Belmont.
FOB BALE,
At a Bargain.
IRON BARGE,
145 tons Carrying Capacity
STKEL FRA UK.
lkiill by Moiwh. liitwu ,t Co.
Maryport, .Kngkml,
«-toed fa n iueuur«uduui ot nurigagc
fated tbe hflb Uay ot A^ril lieu a,aje o>
Reward WiLiim Ln favour of Gordo*.
Utaat A Co., (4ud uowvceMd la Gordon
G *os ce Ci% Ltd.) ibere will na jai ap
fur «a e by Fntutc Aacvwu b; Ibn uud«t
•tgued a, ibrir Aucdus Mart, No, M
tVsderitkCareer, IWhiI Spaio, 00 »eii
uetday ue 29 b d«jr of May 1» J betwsso
.be bou « ot I nod 2 p.m. , *
Alt tost petal ol uod senate la tb<
«tul of T ou tu Us I.UoU u! Triuidau
cuuii'iuiug ten acres be U*e »,me>a bill
uioieor leaf detiuoaied aad aub iba abu
taiiaud buuodatuis Iboteid kbw«u oa tbe
plan Miumed iotbe Uro*a Lmul uga
«ed ia Vo.uiue XX, folu &U an
bounded ou SbaNwnu Ly iaud|*viuioo«u
fur by Joba Waicotu, on the oouvu «iui
Last by Utuwn Unde end ou tho Wui by
roods petitioned Lr by bjioutuo Joaepb, lu
togsibvt witn tbs tptimeaaoiot
Baled this 1st day ol IVlJ
WAltd I'KlUa <£ Co.,
_ Auc IwoeviB.
TnlNIOAD-
A JEWEL OF THE
WtSI,"
OHWJU V tAUS OF ORUlall HOLE.
A LOCAL. • 117/0’,S' WUO
TKi* sct/J ¿4 tfx u%v*( UUrvitmg Ikuk
eirepuUisksd in 1 rtsMtad.
ÍTUdodloatml by pvriutssiuu to a «di
kuowu aud vateeuieduUlcisi geuUvuiau
lu tbe Colony, lbo sucieri whirii bas at
leoded this vaulure boe moda Itdreirutne
toeiund tb« time tuibe iiib May turn,
witblo wbicb pboWgrapba of pvt eon*
ckvMH can be furwarueu Jut of usojm
and plot of book «ill be s«ut to any per
eon interested «bu «im4qmni vtaiuj»-tix
aucb iranauiltaiof).
Writ* to "Author" -00,bL ViuceutfiL,
Furt«f49paJu.—Apnl lain,—lm.
DENTISTRY
In San ftmanda (ut tfu request 0/
many patunU.)
TkLxreoNK . HI
Dll. DALY will attend si bis Sea Err
noudoOftlo*, 4k Uirfb buret loppotdt#
Motara. Dalgdusb At Cu * tvery Muudai
Guaranteed «xperiaoc* in Gold Crowoa,
Bridge work aud ail molerá Deotlstry.
Mori orate Cbaige*. «G, Frvderiik Birect,
Fort-ufbpain aud ti, High blieet, Baa
Fernando.—April tt-lui.
AUCTION SALES
Auction Salo.
will *'9,l •’» Fsbllc
I'UR Iiodervigucd .....
Ano mo 01» 8tin «e« ii,a»u>J«>ie wnyotA-, ja^<*<’b»d iium
'Vrillan lb f»i arrears of lead rest.
T»rmr Gash
II. FAKKH*.
Lioeue t ffadiff Ac,
6 b May 19W
COMMERCIAL AND MUSICAL
00 to, on sks'd for;
F. Farrell,
riHlE well known tteok Binder, Oonj 1st,
I Transponer and Teacher of Music,
Guitar and Mandolins, olí,, etc. On band
for sale. Guitar and Quat.ro, Lncml or
Ynuipiog Cltord Book* Sl.jO and fl.CU re
spuctlvelj. Address No. HI LaventUlv
lioiui Opposite Rosehlll Moravian church
WILLIAM ITGLEAH,
THE DEE HIVE.
j>,( or. farK a tut Fi mbroki St*.
AAVARDKl) 1st Frin Trioldat Exhibí
liou, UA& invites your inspecGoa to
aieDii'ir & stfoe MlNUFACTORt All Its
tries for is * trial qrder, sud If he does uni-
liecueoetrate to you that be ie tbe man to
manufacture lour Duots and Shoes -send
(hem hack, lieprirlug Ueparuupnt a
npeoiality. Open uatilUu'ciookeverymghi
and Saturdays to 10 p.m,—Thom; WU.
ffttb April—lm
WIFE NOTICE.
HORSES! MULES!
JIVT AltlllVEL).
HlHietl 5 kliutM IuhiIinL yiu-
cliinery l*y I.lmlKuy Chw-
iiill ,t Co., Snmlwkmi,
Eiigittiiil. '
'»o neiwrHte Kufiuoa, twin
»vrew, 4 oyliiuiww, «iiw.
ilia.
l)r»Jl JJeliL Forwiml, / loot,
ttfl S root.
Dmfl I*oule«l Forwenl tt feet,
oil 8 ft. rtiu*.
Ft»' pnrtietUar», jdeam
te*i Dry Hurt,
Ms) «A i«dd-Iv
k Tr«d
*n L In
Ex.
»■». “ IIom(ii|«t'
IIubikm Ayruw.
from
20 Wue .MULES.
SO Mt-duim do,
SO Small do.
IURKUDY ootify tha pah ie that 1 will
nui huid my-e-f respoMih ati«r# an^
i«tit enotraeud by my wJe, MGDALHl
I’IFKKK, tbe b»viug left oiy nouse ano
p oteiUuu without any came,
JUNNA1EN T1EHKE,
Mar aval,
M«y 9»fa 1912—ler
FOR HIRE.
Motor launch ‘Orchid.
Comfortable *ud oeawonhy boat
Beauog cepauiy for 13 pereon*.
i’ive Islands H6X lteturn. 27.(<»
Uasparee & Pt d ( ilouoe w fJlAt. itelurn . iJ-ls
bacacbacaie 9 up, ,, 13 On
Haibour Trips AfJO. waitlog prhr, OA
eoonligbt Excursions . #3.1X1 per boui
For further particulars apply t?
L. U DABaS‘ i'A,—J/uru/prr.¡ G,P 0.
s.s. “Arti
4,451 Tons
ATenww, l|
Stand!»
Bot-wlnd
NBtt'.ItlVHU LUALS.
;Ex]S S. Chonab -From OaldnlfiJ
1,021 llaga No. 1 N VriRA Ill* E
341 ,. FANCY HICK,
' IUjsS.S. .UAUACAS from V/.il' 10Xk3|
S Casos Butter 5 lb Tins ^
33lbl Ea. J.^
STEDfVlAiM ARCHi
Gi Kegs
15th March 1012.
64, South ^uay.
The R LYO
ÜRÍLlá
THEIIB AUK t.vMiy THATUOST
TUEllE 13 NO atUíEll UMP AT
kvM'Ja'.c-l uv < .'ii Ufa. .al
.1 your Avalo, ctlor writ.
Iiuil'; 1
»West India OB|
OFFICE. N'.. I 3T ViNCENp STM
YOU ARE LOSING' MONEY ANSÍ
N. 01 CAPUA & CO.,
Jewellers tí- Watchmakers.
Uv*i SCHUMACHER
IT PAVES YOU KUOMjg^TQ^ |S J'lrii
ia i*ut ofg UaU
STOCK
STOCK 1
Enriche* n
TON A COMPARED
i Increases Flow of kUUC.4
LAttLit. AeeourMBvt or
JEWELLERY, WATCHES, ETC.
OX. BAN II.
CCOMPLETE stock of Optical Goods, j
j Bight tested uooumtely aryl free of |
charge suitable Glasees applied?
Ail kinds t*f Jewellery mode to order
Jewellery, IVaUbes, bpeoUelea, Ac. Ite
paired sud Guamuteud. Gilding and
nlectroulatiog-bpwrialitr. Fine asaort- I
meat of Coral Jewels.—No. ii, High Bt.
Baa Fernando-—April A)tb.—lu.
r. . . . kUAKurrxw akalthIo
Crude.Protelo ...
Fat
Fibre
w . Curbo IlydratesIiSugaraad BUu.h)
'ÍW¿ea5J>2c,WMttr,,Í ^ure Malt tiarziu a*
Fur Sal* btf
Pent» nth 1911
TO BE INVESTED.
A FJitTUEK ium o( ,23,000 »t nioO
cr.le r.te of laUmk
12. li- LOINS VVOIITIJ,
Aprjl 17l~h—lm. nUria‘tMt-
PALATABLE
X pleaunt aad perfect ft»*J
tuedicul principies
PURE COO I
TRINIDAD TURF GLUB. iH£ trinioa^ musical hall,
official ~xoxuiu. ,Sonts> Waltiej and Lanoers
— , I 4 P.U11 from Musical lastnimsats,
fllENDEllS fur the DNVi liV oirlng», eu.. received by last mall we
I iAa*vi^AJiu^ sue * \ I u*u iccelred the lultowlng Gl Uliltor.
leUDeH U1 uatUOH. I> - ••* - li) may I oak Is love, Ibe lioys bcoui,
-S.mumal], will be
up to ¡¡.30 p.m.
DAY, Huí JUY,
rocen cd
on Tl’KS-
AL11EUTII. CIFIUAiM,
Secretary.
M.y 3rJ, 1012,
FOR SALE.
Mounts Pelier Estate,
300 caeros,
iieauiiful garden of rosea, l wonder who*
ts ki-iriog her now, Boaewbere, Coibi
aver Um»garden wall, Follín and follow
â– UO, Nobody knows nobody cares, etc, Yb
ealiiloii 'lbum, Luous, Until, Abeent,
Oaw, Farted, Come sltig to in*. Feld
ittau » U Boog Annual aod Dance AUruuut,
üuatefuiug Two steps, W'altsea. tLaniers
Jso aud Oliver Heels.
Uememuer you u»u leuu the art id
(ilsyiug tbtf guitar by securing one «4
Uvudutaa a famous Chords and resolutlou
with coireot Uugcrtag marks for only buc.
per copy. Lessons on all siring Instru
¡ueuu'br UK liYMLUAN,
btadh»—11 Frederick birseL
A n°UhT • “'I* '«** 3e»rborough
.i Tvbagu, in the ©oocaout
JV Wbs
Jriaaticg dwtitel,
Apply io
w. J. s. TUOKKK,
, Ch»»o htrert,
AprUWm-lrn.
GEORGE E, MGLEAN,
.Watch Repairer aad^Jeweller,
Xu. -J4, FUEUEIUCK
fc>T.
-THE-
I CHEAP WATCHES, CLOCKS AND
1 JEWELLERY.
i thtl
t corn bloat loa with I
WILU cUKHHT, IXTBAOr C
oomhjcsu »TkOr of r
C0D0LÃœA.
nest aod most psUUbM I
pounds. ^ , .
Try CyDOL Pnt«(
RAWLINS'S
a
SMI
"tprll 1A lm.
Jmitii SohiM
lux
IOFFKB 70S I
s.a
1 lh« Fine.» HAVAS*, t
l.uuit jocho*
UaiDÜ 'awdrak-^B
4ÚID l Aiodurre-
And ex Recent
1 uut muziUA/J
Horra of VOvAgL
jW.Guses OLfeQjU&Q*^
frinidad Efeotric Uü Ltd I SpeotacIessu,f^i ?S1£íasse, t0
-ALW)—
iu iVHoitétía
For iwrtioiiUn, H^dy tw
Francis Mendos,
It, UUOADWAY.
iUt (HU—Sw. '
UMITOO,
•'‘«■SLííSBSl
CU A .IN «-HUiT. ,
Ukb tsbruocf, **«
Boarding House |
AT HAN .HUNANUO.
1 lAMSTALUCKILiUlNrum-H
(V. —Oo, w,
jWWÜHT^IA.‘íi^T,"'U-
ft D HAHIHNO
S——(MHHuyv
Mhh. no»a cAirrKa t»«. u >uu>
UHSisba lawlWsgio uka aod oc
w ataria(« 4wi U>ai4sis (OsailamM m
! Lutes) ta Mr sew If bntl% ascatisDily
•Hasted so* *a«r a©aimriUu> and cava
tattskta kasre. No. 14/17 Kia * Bare*.
Nob Far*ste«4 •* fsou iss Mty
IWsia-tiie Uuai4ri« are assured
â– V*I wLl rieslq avsry susaoua
iMm OMuivts asdsuuvsmaaaa win ta
i%Uy a^a4k4
mumusmS
I’tVfUteUi
' .i»;
si u
coMaisiioi HFflcau
in MIJ ÍTRB*