Citation
Port of Spain Gazette

Material Information

Title:
Port of Spain Gazette
Publication Date:

Subjects

Genre:
newspaper ( sobekcm )

Notes

Funding:
Digitization provided by the Center for Research Libraries and NewsBank, Inc.

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
This item is presumed to be in the public domain. The University of Florida George A. Smathers Libraries respect the intellectual property rights of others and do not claim any copyright interest in this item. Users of this work have responsibility for determining copyright status prior to reusing, publishing or reproducing this item for purposes other than what is allowed by fair use or other copyright exemptions. Any reuse of this item in excess of fair use or other copyright exemptions may require permission of the copyright holder. The Smathers Libraries would like to learn more about this item and invite individuals or organizations to contact Digital Services (UFDC@uflib.ufl.edu) with any additional information they can provide.

Downloads

This item has the following downloads:


Full Text




AinLOcNLAXATiyE \p

\ AN ACTIVE











NIALOCIN LAXATIVE Replaces ,

R wh
The ensons Oy Tima Pargativest

NIALOCIN LAXATIVE Contains no Habit Forming
Drugs. .

NIALOCIN LAXATIVE is Absolutely Safe.

NIALOCIN LAXATIVE Je Suitable for Young and Old

NIALOCIN LAXATIVE Produces a Natural Action,

does nat gripe or bind.

NIALOCIN LAXATIVE Is As Pleasant as Candy.

SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS,
- Smith Bros. & Co. The Bonaasa Drug Stores

Fans. | Flowers,
| ALENDERSON’s.
High-Class Tailoring

SUITS MADE TO ORDER IN SIX (6) HOURS.

FLT AND WORKMANSHIP GUARINTEED.

:





“ye





EBT DeARsons
For HIGH-CLASS MALLINERY

WORKMANSHIP GUARANTEED,

THE EXCHANGE

0 Erep, St.



Gloves.





Korchiefs,

RMSE

“he Royal Mail
» Steam Packet Co



t—The RMS. “Clyde” le due here from New York via
Peri (Cuba), Jamalca, Colon. Cartagena and Pto Colombia. on Mounds:
the 5th instant, and will Jeave the cext day for Southampton vie Barbados, Bt,
Michaels (Azores), au erbourg, taking passengera, cargo and mals,
The tendac will Ioana theldgbl ouse Jetty, Qieen’s Wherf, at $ pin, with
panengersfor the ** Clyde, lighter ‘t
2ad clase passengere are specially notified that a baggage lighter to
be eee hed to he o Clyde . in tehvew the 8t Vinceat Wharf, at! p.m
on the day of sailing, and patsengers are ther fure requested to see that thelr
Daggege is sent down before that hour, .

nee a cern ne es ce



HAL ea MOC cect udu fed mee a ah

Maybe ader wil leaystne Lightiouse Jetty. Gueen's Wharf, at 5 pm, with

MTbe Daqrge Lighter learés the St. Vincent Wharf, at 2p.00. with baggage

Feethgo for thee Berbice * will be received only up to 2p.m. on Mooday the
cergo for London and Continental porte.

Ya

ES~<-The RMS, “Thames” ie dus here from Southampion na
MA bore. Hb Michaels (Agores) and Barbados, on Tuesday Léih inetant aod
will leave the same day for New Yerk|via Pto Colombls, Cartagena, Colon,
and Jamaica taking mails only.
She ‘* Thames” will work in strict quarantine at thie port



ete ae a ner

Bice Granola IMS. “ Berbice " will Jeave hero on Tuesday the 13th



for Grenade, Bt Vincent, St. Lacla, Domintes, Alontserrst, Antigus,
evis and St. Kitts, takiog pomereers, Cargo aod maile ; i
The tender will leave the othouse Jauy, with
pasengereand their baggage for the * Darbice.
Cargo for the * Berbice ” will, be received only upto 2pm. on Monday the
12th lostant®

Queen's Waarl sl S pw,
*,







ALANTIA-~ The RMB Dalantia” veil eave here on Tuesday the 13th
rare, taking passengers, od malls.
Te esee ri ieeew the Lintthouse Suey. Queen's Wharf, at & p.m, with







: ie bey for the * Dalsotia,

' Pee re ee Oe Dalen a wlll be received onlyfup to jp m. on Nonday the

re 22th instant.

Kort Salling to Barope. | Venezuelan Sailings

.. RERDICR ws th AUguat

oe et rn Nasu HALANTIA oun

q ORUBA wa. ted Bept BERBICH kd Rept,
THAMES 13th Bept HALANTIA “P
TRENT let October BERBID ist Ostober
MAGDALENA 1th. BALALATIA 1Hh

} CIRCULAR TICKETS

Uae fasued (row Trinidad to Soutbampinn via New York
ety ae to Triaidad oF vioe veraa for an inetusive fore of (0,
Thove tickets are available between New York and inaland and

vero by
ateawers of the American, :AUlsotic Transport, Ounanl aad V

te Star

Line oD
lablefor 1gmonthe from date ef eueaml pumlesion
tee arta oy the Oren atauy oral porte touehed atou the Ulevet,
Chudren t to 10 years half fares,

Second clase ciroulsr tickets are issued al au exelusve charge of S85,
Children 3 to 13 yenre bal! fare

Labotling of Baggage.
Vemsenrers are requested that all thelr baggege ie neoperiy lauelied
shipmen:

ecan beobtained at the « wpeoy’s Ofien,
For allfurther partica: = apply at

THE COMPANY'S OFFIOE

POR ‘7 PAIN BMKE bQUAUE

or

THE PORT OF SPAIN GAZETTE THURSDAK. AUGUST 1 1812.



"| Missiin "In general and to the Tuna:

-| they are, look the worll in the face

Y | telegram reached ma that my busband





DEATH OF REVO, ANDREW |
GAYADEEN.

The Canadian Mission hae sustained
& great boee in the death of Hev.
Andrew Gisyadeen, who
onthe 20th July. Mr, Gayadeen was

ot with Iter, H, Hf

apparentiy hie ueval bealth,
ae moralng ba wis unable to preach,
and died at noon on Monday. Ile wae
ST yeare of age, and succumbed toe
very violent attack of the preralling
rouble, coupled with pneumonia. Nr.
Jayadeen (lormerly a Brabmin Pane
ait} wae baptleed on April 6th 1880,
Having approved himeel{ ae aChristian
worker, he entéred the Presbyterian
Theological Training School. San Iter
nando, and was onained at Tunapuns
oo April 8rd 1806 Heepent many yeare
of mosZalthtul work asa vative pas:
tor at Caronl Of late years he has
lived at Tunapuna, acsisting Kev, Dr.
Morton and Rev. H. Morton, He was
A rmost faithful, devoted and efficient
tory an eloquent preacher in Hin-
uetani, aod rendered very valuable
help ae Hindl Assistant latitor of the
“Trinidad Presbyterian.” Hia death
laa very great loss to the Canadian






























TETK: KaCPiw sear

ELECTRIC THEATRE.

WOODBROOK, PORT-OF SPAIN
THLEPHONE 310,



















Diamonds, Emeralds, Rubios,
AT ALLZEPRICES, 4
W ATOR Hall
From 700. Upwanps, a

Every Mail brings us FRESILYSUPPLIES of’
Newest Designs in os

Jewalry and Silver W



PROGRAMMB FOR THURSDAY ist- FRIDAY 2nd,
BATURDAY Srd AUGUST,

NIGHTLY - os -'at 8.30,
Sontinole Romanco=1) God Drm.
THE WORM WILL TURN—A Funny Comedy.

BUILDING A RAILWAY ENGINE—
Very Inetructive.

CURRENT EVENT
| PARTED TO MEET AGAIN: |






- - a - -








pune Field fo particular, aaceeipestee nae aoe
BE CAREFUL IN YOUR READ- exdid Dram, which shows how Love Is a:
WG: iL... THE TRINIDAD JEWELRY ‘G0, [

——'
Avoid the weak novel, whether {4
moral tone, in thovght or In bot
Sach reading’perverte the Caste an
{ncapacitates for the enjoyment of
productions of

} Nicks Wintor—The Detective with Funny
* Bye at the Races, a brilliant Comedy,
Splendid Sport,

r
iy

The High Class Batablisnment



Fealus. To satisfy the



Snethiog wil more wanton ond | | THROWN BEEORE tho LIONS TELEPHONE 726. 31, FREDERICK STM!
with virtuoue, elevating thoughta, = a

Ttead that which will make you
stronger, happier and better; that
which will help you, hold you and
uplift you: that which will increase
‘out capital for tha Intellectual com-
art an



An exciting Historical Play.




BOBBY AS A COSTERMONCER - !n his Splendid Acting.

MATINEES
Wednesday, Saturday 2 Sunday at 4 p.m

helpful influence; that which
will give your brain mental fibre,
nerve and heart; that which will
enable you to ree fucthecs fudge more
eccnrately, stand more ficmily, work
harder, thiuk more of your fellows
and rine higher; tast which will make
youtnore a» man. When you have
read such books you will have no taste
for the weak novel, Jt not only Jacks
any high moral, but it contains In+
sinuations against religion, trath aud
justioe, and its general tope Is in favor
of immorality, deceit and Jying, kk
sleo weakens tne mind. Ic rerves
neither for wental discipline nor for
the development of tntellectual
strength, The brain fe tired. ‘The
novel reader cannovgather up and use
his mental powers and resources to
ajlvantege. The weak novel creates
aml fosters discontent with honest
living You should take things ae







USUAL POPULAR PRICES 24Ce

- 8c, 160,
RESERVED SEATS 36c¢.-







es



SOUBLETTL UHOCOLATE



SOUBLETTE COUUA. w&



—
ISKy
fe |

or . bead f j

[PERFECTION

WE EU..4
Sole Agents for Trinidad: “a

GEO. RALSTON sa

5,
ye

SOUBLETTE

PUREST CLOOOLATE.

FINFST COZUA, ,









bravely, gato work with a will, and
do your beat.—Orphan Friend,

LADY'S STRENGTH
RESTORED.

TERRIBLE WEAKNESS CAUSED
BY SIIOCK,





‘

SOULLETTE CHUCOLATE
‘VO'000 ALLIAIWWAO

SOUHSLETTE CHOCOLATE - SOUBLETTE COCOA.
——————E=—— —_

ASK YOUR DEALER OR GROCER

QUEEN LAGER’ BEER.

“ROYAL EXTRA’ STOUT

Browed from the Finest English Malt and Best
Bavarian H.



A Modern Drug Ste

IN YOUR MIDST! 4

v

“ baby wae only two months old,
and Pwas not very atrong, when a

tnlaaviog onacar in & Westera City
had been run down by another. It
wae, after all, not se eerfous—even



the telegrans if carefully read would
have told meso. But iamy weaken:
el condition, the shock just saat me
to bed, and a very useless person I
war, Netvousand hysterical, [heads
detaching along part of the spline,
god jnume feellogs in wy aris ao

anda,

“My busband came home aod mad,
me take’ Ferrozone,’: Hebad used [t
himvelf for nervousness the year
before, Ferrozone le a good medicine
allright. L took siz bovealn all. After
uving the tics box [could vat end eat
—that wau a great change from not
having any eppetite at all, After a,
the my color became fine and [ began
(a forgetall the fears and dreadings

The Transfer Drug Store,
Ts at present equipped with qverything that bebg
high ciass Dispensary, and is now under thes ;
of L. U. Wiranton, Propriotor of Wharton's Drug Sagi
Fornando and Princes Town, Our proprietor is Wy
importer of Drugs and Chemicals in Trinidad, and we as 8)
a position to sell at prices to dofy competition, .

.



IMPORTANT TO EVERY HOUS

“




thet bad worn meso thin. Such feel- ini

I land {t . * . |

hie grinded No. 3, Henry St. IN TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO.
°

stron rand vigorous to “worey about DONT FAIL TO TRY



aoyth ug:
(Sgd) Exata P Davenport,
Bismarck 1.0.
You'll Nad Ferrozone as tonle of
wonderful potency ~It's really surpils-
ing what nouclsbinent, what strength
giving and nerve building qualities it
contains, Fersocone fe ood for
children women —men—the sickethe
weak good for us alls try it, ds c
box, blx for $250, atail dealers, or Lbe
Oatarrhozune Co., Kingston, Cevada.
Svle Ageuta: Smith Liros & Co, The
Donanzs Drug Store,

UST two steps from Nallway Station, moat conventent)
J situated for country folke, for whom we ere specially caten

Ing. All couatry orde:
aay otry re receive prompt attention and despatch.

7g

BONANZA DYSENTERY SPEGIFIG 4
AND DIARRHEA NiCd

tion of Its kind [a tha -niesad ta hea? vad care
wel Compleiots now pres sleat through iss Ghee

Bonanza Diarrhaa Mixture and Dysontery Speoidod
can bo obtained wholesale and ratill at i

Smith Brothors & &

The Mooanse D
Sole Agenzy~Port-of Spalv, Sangre Grando and Arline

HAOT
FOR YOUR CONSMAAAAE

. oer oaeer a
Your attention is esl

tine gore ete Secon prndof oe ugner Secon Yet
an on thele other business,
phould get lato the babit ot deallog with wa. “

Jos, A. LOMPRES,
Druggiet.

The beat pre

Prone &6, Diarsous and

FORK SALE.

FOP POOLED ELATED ES

NOW LANDING EX 8.8. “ FREDNESS” FIOM MOBILE
CARGO OF .

PITCH PINE LUMBER.

gmees

—







maaan on



FERROL.

There iv po one medicine that will
cure everythlog but there are some we
know to be honest, rellable, and of

reat curative value. uch Ie
fitmon, (tis not aseeret medicine,
- Just peptonate of lron, wine. and all
the ourative extractives of god liver
all, coubined, we are tanitiar with
every parilele of ft, and knew theb it
shpallen every one who uses it,

BIOL be an ull and valuable
sewady improved by inodern salense—
testes goml and agrece with every one,

74





213444 Feet SCANTLING .. 2x 3too x4
116,020 BOARDS AND PLANKS,

”






wall tod get 9 boule todays” You Al RVI ME AMAIV aus if do Now BTANDAlL mil
nieie Abpea Boudth Troe & Go The 9,000 Shocts Galvanized Iron. ; iN TYPEWRITER, ‘This Meo

is beyond all question, 9 Mf

2. oe a is fect ee mechanical

CEVA Jimited ca) ‘ :

ui Seo) perfect in its appointssents
produce

“BTANDARD” TYPEWRITER Na U
Ilas two more ke

250 Barrels Portland Cement; 200 Bags Barbados Limo;
300 Cocou House Rails, 500 Cocoa House Wheels.
LARGE STOCK OF PAINTS ON HAND. ,

It will Le to your Iuterost to visit us befure going eluewheru

WE OFFER THE ABOVE AS USUAL CHEAP,






No Necd To Grumble,

IT'S ALL TO YOU ADVANTAGE,

MEN'S saw costied of dedeg doxl-

s





-c.N ! sand fi hharacters thy
Serge Piesh Gee | J.C. NEWBOLD & co Agporelir made, thus making it ver roan to ah “a
i t a lan, " “ ”
Fer reiterate | TER CS Ey glue Ue Hypewetr completo wid oot al
re eam blag save vard Including tlie decimal tabulator and overy 120
ake —, hi cases, see ealty ERRAAST es ae eat te q ae 7 $20 down and $10 monthly. 44 i
Ouni Du ng TOuthkeep vesy ae . a x . '
byte tet ee entune 15, pee "ne Wee and send wa Your nezt, THE- LITTLE SHOP~17, Frederick Stree

HENRY DICK—A Mas roo BRS |
tH ;

eet “
—~—_ i












—s 7 ~ ct _ poet te A oe oe,

7 ~ / ¢ - ~~ EE re
‘ te om) - . So 7

et v 5 i :

F’ FEHB POi} Je SRAINNGAZETIE THURSDAY AUGUST | 1912 . a




































ttvanized Sanitary Dust Bins Price 70 Cents up at The BONANZA.
ane THROWN OUT LINES) TAILORING DEPARTMENT.) GENTS CGARAGAS
AT THE BONANZA | BooTs

ers AND CHILDREN UNDERGLOTHING, ee :
Gloves and Hosiery, wet OO!

So eae Soon | PINISEL.|MOCK We = S400



READIES STOCKINGS—Gc up. ee . ee
Ser FOR YOUR SHARE OF THE BARGAINS, Placé Your Order New Lot dust Received;

F “a3 we Want More Room — WITH —
R Good c Smith Bros, & Co. rym BONANZA "
ihe New Goods to Come] 7, pREDERICK STREET. BOOT DEPARTMENT. -

OUR THROWN-OUT LINES ARH REAL BARGAINS—SMTTEH BRO.S & CO

NOUSE-KBEPERS HOTEL BO = A POSSIBLE MANCHESTER of tact" saya vor correnpondent, 3h 7 SIMPLE DISINFECTANTS FOR
x KEEPERS, GROCERS, &C, BOE | LATEST TELEG RAMS The Manchester wmplosers thieaten i ele Bee ee ae sears | P E DISINFECTANTS FOR

Se saci [He Gate itas Salen THE Hove
— Spark Liquid Fuel For British saa teal ape at
me ts ,

i . Navy

| haw | ny.

fuust ded! ugs. ROYAL COMMISSION AP- | fr"tonf (700s he bas eves dove

tery wetletector * followlng {tienda of the Gasetle Me, disinfectant should always be at band
on
ALL RED STEAMSHIP BERVICK,
POINTED T0 INVESTI- Mr ede end hie colleague

NT eo ee PANAMA | Peter Abel, Mr. A, BK, Toland, Me, [Some pieastag ones are easily made. The
h y heticall
For Sale by CATE SUITABILITY, — | uareizmvatiauealiy cyl
° ship service between Eogland and























































thy C.MLG., Mr. Handolph Rust, Me. | room or any room that hasan uo

BOL Stephens Mr. J, Wo Stephens, | odor pereadinge i. Put Some’ freshly
aad Mr K, C. Skinner, The epecehes | ground coffee into a saucer and fn the
were all of a very high order, many uf centre piace aamall piece of samphor.
them of historical impottance, A Light lt with auatch = Asit bucas allow
telegram from the Trinidad Chamber | &ficient cotles to consame with it, The

of Gommena wae rasd ae follows; | Perfume ls very pleasant and hea thtale
“Chamier of Commerce semle groet- [ots fe uperor to panticg aid very

ing awd hearly apparciation of Fue es,

ter's great Iuperial services,”
THE DOINCS OF SYDNEY

Me FL R, Benson has been engeged
by the management of the San Fran
cleco-Panama Exposition, ta auperin
tend a pageanton the greatest scales











Norman Lammivnt, Mr. 1. HL, MicCar DP foltowlng lam refreshing ono for ® 4k
jenine
ASQUITH AND CHURCHILL IN-
VITE

, Austrialia via UVanada, aimed wer *
i D TO CANADA, chantinen ou both the Atlantic and SM ,
Pall { SEHEIRER ( CANADA'S NAVAL CONTRIBU- Pacific arn especially favoured, THE TRINIDAD OIL INDUS- ITH SCOUNTY.
. , TION, Me Durden se thoriees a denial of TRY. NOT TAN oak RUNNING
the reports that be bas resolved te . Fon THU OUAMPIONSIUIE,




fo the course of an interview with af According lo reports in the Englivh

milenian who atuved there by the L papers just to hand it would eeem that
jaet mail, and who knows fully well [sydney dinith's county, Northemptoo,
what he is speaking about, be express [is going etroog for the first piace fo
ed his strong belief in the big future | the champlonship table. For thle
which awaited ‘Trinidad, ‘Lhe Ilasbour | result the county join a great measure
Scheme should not be allowed lo re findebted to the Tiinided cricketer
maln unsettled indeMlaitelys {t should | Sydney Savlth whose adalralle bowl.
be tackled In seme forns or olber with: f jag was surpassed uuly by hfe brillant
out undue delay If we are to benefit | performances with the tat, Four or
from the increase shippiog trade | fire years ago Northampton was a
whieh would of necessity _paselog eccond clas county, bub aow she
thle ride, With tempect to Canadian | occupies the fret rtog on the Cham
Reciprocity, he had his owa strong }ugnenip ladder with Yorkshire follows
views on the tnatter, bat he thougbt J ing closely bebiad, Jn the match
there was no need tu exprees them as} against Nomerset on July 13th aod
tha question wae beng well threshod J pib, Nowbants won by ten wickets
oub by the opposiog puilies, Coculng | They required only 67 rune to defeat
ta our Oil Industry which was now ln} Sonieeset and thanke to some brilllant ’
the furiniog, he regretted to state that | hiltting by Smith who scoced 45 nat {
ib waa greatly feared by those deeply | out {athe second Innings, tbe task

contribute siz million pounds for three
dreadnonghts for Impeclal defences
He and his colleagues bave been enter.
tained at Lancheon by the Lord
Mayor, and at dlaner by Lord Strath-

cona,
TOO MUCH BABULE AND GUSH
OVER OANADIANS.

The * Daily Mail" says the Govern-
ment Intends to use the Canadien
generosity to cover the shifty com-
romiees within the Uabinet, the
Janadian contribution belong reckoned
Inside Air, Churebill's programme, and
aot in addilloa thereto. The * Pall

PAGEANT FOB 'FalSCO EXPO-
SITION,





























Gown Patent Fuel, sss»
os ~ 41 Manus Savane soroeny avrigiaEo DEN
dad Shipping & Trading Company Lmtd ~ Phone 1h TOO MUCH BABBLE AND

Siu BOSCH.MAGYETO COMPANY; LTD.
Bi
i
siz, CUSH OVER CANA-

He
Pre TR DIANS,
INIDAD LINE of STEAMERS cession oF YosItNITU TO
NEWYORK OFFICE, 29, BROADWAY : JAPAN'S THIONE,
OBSEQUIES OF MIKADO WILL

he GRRIADA, and TRINIDAD, Carrying fhrough Freight for PLACK WILHIN A
a Tobago ard Ciudad Bollvar, MONTIL

xeor Hale BB



a



Mall Gazette” considers there [s too
much babble aud gush aser the

Cauadiany,
THE “NE TEMERK" DECREE IN
OANADA,
ThelPrivy Council hae decided that
































Te the Dominion Pacllauent exceeded ite 1
PROPORED HAXLING DaTMG, 19143, MUTSUAITO'S REIGY MOST Foti alto contray, to | SCN ONE: UNDE CURRENT OF | Proved en ery poe ce tulee Gut eee i
a ' WONDERFUL [8 WORLD'S webec regarding maralage ; that ts J WIRK PULLING Ing to soe sensational bowling by
ef yy “3 | “3 . os HISTORY sustained the validity ofthe provincial | with the object of shutting uut the] Fosterand Tield, the side collapsed
BTLAMERS, i! ior ia 5 i BF . lw requiring the canonlest eet Gilltelits int ig, dratereat of ws combiga forthe paltry total of 55 runs Myd
3 E ; 4 _—~ of nar acct tien of some alaong Inpanive ho | Hinith wan caughtatina wicket afver
S, o ’ OSHIHITO WILL. BE CROWNED | * Ne Temere " decree. have formed a sort of pevret trust bo W 1k '
—————————— pad ie 8 |LTe ¥ NEXT YEATL Thi NEW, MIKADO, EMPEROR mene mallee oo citaive in Trinkiad, x Brin fue litinnloye snd 44 for one
; — (10, would be the very worvt thing for the leket in tb: id.
Jane ‘7 June 1s Jone 18 upe g2 Jane 3 Lepes CRICKET. ' Dospatches | fom Tekto stale that iniepd thle ecered coubine i they Uweens Yorkehire and TNorthaapten,
wen Us twod, 4 X,
OIF i [ty fa [duly os Voip at Tang 3 London, July Bist. | the Felace while the Aibado died, The | eniclals ace simply playing into the | See Tie secre of thoes Gara toctae
uly 3L fAuz.1 jAug.0 [Avg 10 |Aug. 17 In the second day's play of the sizth | annovocement sae recelved quletiy. hands of Lhoxe peuple cuneciously or | was fuvested with spectal Interest apd :
Ave 1 UU USE 2 A A Trloneaarany tent Sanshoney, [cree for ml Sear ath Natty | momnloslr th scale by Guy mate Ts
a . °
Sept 4 Wott & Ieepicat [bene 24 [Sept 8 : iuctogs Khodes diz not Increase bis | Prince Yoshiblta acceded to tbe throne, thie peper.on the arrival of the I-A 4
Sept. 14 lSept. 18 (Sept, 34 [Sept 20 [Och & overnight soore of 92 Australia Jo | Wooden tables were placed before the = t
i Bept. £5 Sept 2b Got. 4, ocr * ate 8 WOW thelr fires {noinge had anede ai rune throne, bearing thesncred eword aod E T HN MARKET. PRICES CURRENT :
\ - for nd wicket when raln pu necklece aud the Imperial susie: en: ASTER {
. to the day's play after only 75 | notables witnessed the new Nwperur’s ‘ —
—_——— ninutes, assumption of the Insiguia without ~ July Jul
Ei STEAMENS SAIL ¥ROM PIER #, BROOKLYN AQUATIC CIAMPIONSIP. | oven changing the garments he had ( QUOTATIONS (1 BAEC RTADLE new Yong 7M Tash {
one Tunpap, Burrisa any Tuaving Go, Lrw—New York and Trivided O ‘The workd's aquatic championship | (ied in b ie fathers veh re ah — FOUR
renada sacial treasure, the mirro
FR Ra TU EE EY HALL CHRARD SODA, [testes By late fe Baty, de: | be eclned uy te ikado tater The Wedneniey. alt Fury wi | Wier cheemer —guzuzo
. jate Emperors obscquics W oe place ) .
FAVOID DYSENTERY. HALL- BRAND SODA, bbe Suto repults« Arpet stopped Hate Withia g month, ot ieloto rand the | eee i tetae Bowater oe ONL Miles per Ue pnd 9.05
rene — MADE OF— Ing by four fengibe. Berry's victory coronation & year heuce ‘The new £Calvon 216 la, Ohenling price [14 sents | Nowe Beasra’s per bel, * .
DRTILLED WATER, SOLD AT 4c, PER GALLON. le regarded sag tiuwph of style over |UOgr WONDKNKUL REIGN IN | dilogy a Jin Opwnlog price 18 cents, | olisary Bese per bel 20] 20i)0 20g
’ . WOLLU'S IISTURY, Sy tials per Ib, piosley

al Hj
Aodheap : 05 ha, Belay p: MO, 86 and 19

if) riling be ea’
Gost: #1 ies, felling price HH and 18
comts according t6 outa.

Lu prescriptiotis mado up with distilled water and with | Thpice Filtered Water, wero SUFFRAGETTES.

: The Jneurance Cowpanles are tect The Londun pawespapers da nob

expect any change fa Jspane poly.
‘aul cegard the regan now closed as the
inmost woudetful in the worlds hie

tory.
PUumayo ATILUOCITIRG QU KS-
TIONED IN WASHISUTON,
Washington, July oly
lu the House of representatives, dir,
NcGall moved tbat the Btate Depart)



Peet

wobtifa 4 = '
's n A

wit i B iS Tonvon.,
i Dem gut. 4
dee a .

Fresh Dro : mea egeaias ra, § QUE
. NEW MEDICAL HALL. MADE IN PUBLIC. | Suret sud fie Me Sire Petbick Law:

rence for damages by soffrageties.
TNE DOCKERS BIRIKE,

Afew docters have resumed work.
— byt the tewyer againet blacklege con-

M
—— Si
ET AMLES, GROUND PMOVINROKS, BT.
Tentiful = Breadfrelts, onions, chives,
rie foerniture ony,
Thos usens, salad leans, otarch

i eee
. e ‘a, 8,
mek plautaine ead



ulted largely egalnsta resumption
houbt seine elpreeeed as to whether
Lhe employers would oleerve the un-
i derstanding with the Jeadersfur the
maintenance of the conditions pre-
walling before thoctrike, Mr Hamssy
Macdooald, Me. OUrady and Mr.
Lapebury have sonounod that they
would move thatthe House of Con.
mone should investigate any breach of
e undersiandlog ,
b UID FUBL FOR WARSHIPS.
The King has approved the sppolot
ment of a ho al Cuumilesion to joves-
gate the oyltabillty of liquid fuel for
ware

ISH MINISTEHS WI
Bxde VISIT CANAL uM

1h ad
Y ios #0 bad thet ihe he co have bed ment should comuuolcale to Condrers Cy een none,
R | C H AR D S Oo N ‘ & $s ELWA . uplon has ordered {ta men to resume, | 8!) information it po teased regarding ' buta referendum to tbe otber pnions tbe Pauvmare i elt to wea tanplas, core andl sweet

Fan Juan. Stub.
Daw Tuesdsy, vue suspicioua case
Hanturce . one Puerts de Tierra re-
ported yesterdsy. Hunday ecdees found
I he positive.

SS
CANADA AND THE WEST

INDIES. .

BANQUET TO FOBIKR WY W.10,

- Ruin
Pleatitul~ Avocady pears, cbinsite and
Ordinary Mangoes, pine applies aud

Hares -— Suureape, New, sages apps
pesres and paw-pew,

vl

Pieatiful- King eh, red Meh and
oarite.

Grainy ~; Corangue, pawa and Lally

tharce—Mennshine, grouper, talmon sud
mullets,

Pork canasge were plentiful . ‘ue ls aud
eugs urdlaasy.



We are clearing out Laces, Inser-.

aca

oe tab ° , . yet bamauet ren fo eee “ 1D} eee
tions and Allovers at Job Prices The" Daily Mall” sa7¢ tle” Domla- | Tyede porerr, of Use, Doseinion
~ this week 1 ied Me. Oburebil un * lt den on July (4h wes eo hage euovess, AR OUND THE STORES
cH . Ganede when the question of ber | ssosrdiug p the socouat jhe anes J. Glendiouing & Uo heave just_re-

1 tribution comes before the
Merheta. Partlament, and it Lelleves





fayetio wee wainly due to the le esived sil St ath] ps pure white ~

Baste

J RIC SON Me Churebil certaluly, ably effurte of Me. A. KB won Lace
. HARD AND SELWAY. } ne rete pre i . nergetic Mecretary of Kiqone Jourvals for August can
7 ; ea ree AE AE , ee opened rit race approval of y est bedis Committee, hen male aloo be bad ab @ conte po: copy.



*





‘ 4
=

7






[ECISLATIVE

GANADIAN REGIPROGITY DEBATE RESUMED,





Hi cting Director of Public Works
votes against resolution.



FoREEMENT AFFIRMED
Soe MAJORITY.





AUGUST 1 1912























THE PORâ„¢OFSPAIN GAZETTE TITURSDAY














































































—, eS = = ae ey re

hon frlendion the other side ot Tews . ‘

the [the selling ant bayleg df ftrur, [ eapression ta the sane feelings of | mid ato wabbriclhy aA thar fo Usumerce bad put tt a6 £12,800,

table that this agreement wold in ihe latoutiog classes might have | modesty ant difiidence wh 5.) . pan tag tke 6 wwet | Debthem put it at £100 >: and he

aay way lo jure tna coeos industyy or | sume ‘advantage at Teaey by com | Pradadid when he b-ganaddivene ven aiy rated the mule i ble, | didn't think if the agreement wae to

. we | ould lead achiilonaltatation he f pe ition Ia the four trade andeepe | the House But he did not prop we to | waughter) But other people might | be of auy use, that 7} per ceat would

would juin with ‘them in voting | elatly inthe bread trate And nowhe | filiow the ditions ecample aod des) | not be sinailterly tempernt They tbe too mach t pnt on the amounts

Saalnat the resotution . But he | ose to the particular point on which | o haus ively with che subiect, It} should ack theatelves: from whom | which would anaualiy arcrue as af in-

bought §t would ba aeen” that Ure | discnesion was likely to turo and the [ ecemet io him that ths admiosble | had thoee Cthreste proceeded? Ae] creased amount. So far he could

cocoa fadustry, if affected at all, | reeotutim accepted ore jected, and | epesch of O14 Prads might ba ebeen | far ashe could oes, they came froim of read iteee layman, the agreement

that wae the qapsUon of who would | delivered on any oceasion when it was | few Interested parties. [t scemed to | was not for ten, bat tor eleven yeare,

AbGret but afterwards there would | * he viper, who wos'd Proposed to Increase ert Itne, tte | him nothing ehors of an insult oo the | therefore at the end of eleven year

pe Increased benefit. And then, "itt mrt been THE BRUNT? did not agree with De. Pradaalto | partof the United States to suggest | the sannal lose would have amorinter
jtcellency had anutred them that | While hesympathleed with De Prada] gether in (he catimata of the | Chat because the rolone was entering | from £'G,00 ta £18250 It mast bere-
there wavnotihe slightest Intention | In hin interprel tion of Hie Kecellen | prefite to the mkidiemae | When | iatoan agreement of thie kind she | membered thet unless

onthe partof the Government to ey‘naveurance that there woukt bs no | ever an algument wae wanted on thie { would impose realiat.cy duties, It | BETTE STRAMER COMMUNICA.

come to the Counell for additional | added taratico to support thie recioro | question — ‘the iniddleman” wAé | would something like i,
~ taxatlog in connection with this clty agreement, aul he wae wililng | Aiwaye trotted oft It wae ecm INTERNATIONAL INDECENGY than they had got at present was ar-
Agreement Lia thought Dr.,,Prads, | to accept Hie Excelleuicy‘e assurance | what of a pharissical attitude | if America did anything like = that, | ranged for, of unless producta from
ATION OF BRITISH WEST n ble somewhat dismal review of | that no cuch taxation should be levied | towards the middleman, But, after having regard to (i's action in the | Canedscameae they priceipaily did
FEDER. their floanctal situation, had omitted | on the colony. So log aatheys ware | all, were not most of then middle | past Shehad given the Phillipines | now by wav of New York, the ageee
ne

ke note ofthe fact that durin
recent years very large sume ba
been expended ‘from the generat

able to meet t
dinary Income of the colony, welland | man — between
Rood. Butif the coet of the agreement | client and Justice;
revenue on public works extreondin. | would enall any questic sof fexation, | man between tite and death (laughter). | colony of the United
ary. From stable that behad before | the WU rvernnent would realise that | fe would, therefore. ¢
bim thea he found that during the | the sugar industry should bear (ft not | details of the onestion to the

ten years ended Slat March 1011 | the en ire, probably the greater por- ARITRML CICA PUNDITS

Agreement by theor | men; the lawyer wae the middie | and Puertolticu preference. But the | meat would act beof very mich ute.
the unfortunate J case was still stronger in Cuba } If better steamer communication wae
aod the medical | tecaure, in any renee, Oubs wae a | made between Halifax and the West
Statea Cuba | Indies, (t would cost somethiog every
leswe the ] had adistinctinternatinnel status of | yesr in the shape of subsidy, and he
her own and yet tho States gave her { erpacted that thelr Canadian friends

preferenee with regantto sugar. He | would ask them to bea*thetr full share ‘

the ‘sum of 4613( ) had been | tlon of that cost, Hecould not coa- | Now, it seemed ta hint that the | could not conserve of a great Gueein fof thet, Again, there had been some t
sent on public | works extra. | ceiveone in Mie Excellency's position ‘{usetion ofthe stumplation of in | ment tike the United States being ao | tatk about an

ordinary which was practicall fving utcerz:noeto a statemen Ike | duvtries was a mu “important one | blind to its own international charact- ALL RED CABLE 1
£043 & year) and that, hotwithstand. Bhat whieh wonkd materiel influenc> | which atom our of thie proposed | erasto carry out the suggestions | which he eaw in some paper, would '
ing thatezpendvure thesurptus bal-] the infudsof members at chat table [ agreement, because, he though. it | ofeither one lotuf prutestsota or aa. | east abous Sixk! 2, and he aloo sag |

ouce had increased from £52,312 § bat His
[rule fo £101,022 at the. end of preetute the

De Prada (oterrupting), poloted out
that, although large areereteee had

waeone which went tothe very root | other, [f Teiaidad were, at this etige golog to atk the

of the weaknesa Uf the West Indies, | of the day to repudiate het leader- | Weet Indies to contrioute 850,

—--and that was heabeence of asub- | ship after having inetructed herdele- | whilst she would give $35,000 acd {
oldiary industeles The tendency [a | gates on the subject and obtained | kindiv ack the Mother Uountsy to 1
the West Indies inthe future, ae In| practicatly what she asked for, It | contribute the other €3560—but

ceettoncy seould not ap thse Canada wae

reciate the diflvrence that must exie.
petwoen tanition Itnpoeed directly and
ostensibly fur the support of the

agceement and tanation Insidiously

bees locurred for extraordinary public | b ht fo f he exme toason: be- | (he past, wasto be dependeat oa one | would be a dreadful setback to the | whether she wovld be successful or
1 public rought fa for the eo
B Y Ne) A M BE works, lt wae ane dit t 1 Hh angle predominant and overwhelm- | growth of Went Indtea isto one. | not fn the latter al, he could
. aL! boon increasing wedaallye athad | cause such action wonld expuse auch a iogtind bate et ernbers had their propos:

it would be “particularly a pity if f not tell,

So that instead of $3.00
to beta |} Trinidad were to r . hf

lle had v tha celticismn of the future
Agurea there toshow that whereas in ronerat toe of the sion » not tospeak | own way there would seem trou adher | which they would hare to pay st the



Sal (KS OF they spent £53,000. 0n extraordi- | of th ene ut there ewasone | very givat danger of the coldoay | enc the agreement because of | end of eleved year it wou somes
: acy public ork, there wae recurient wartot .. Trietaneech which eceu.- | comilag to epectaitve in cocoa, Now, | “Kunkitie Amertcanue” (laughter) | thiog not far Irom £25,000, including
: . fn 1004 of 435.00 and to 1903 £167,019, | ed very much unkke himself, and that | they found by experieace what { Don’t let-them rejece the agreement the abare of subsidy for steamer coa-
‘hig adjourned meeting ofthe Legis.) The Cullector of Custeme:—No; at | Everything was being reduced gradu: | wae where he thought it would be | snecialzation in eugarhad done In | because they had been feightered or | nectidn and coat of better telcgraphue {
fotlve Souncll was beld [a the Oouueil the outside, £15,000. ally until last year, 101112, which wae | bettecfor this colony tind it practically {| tne past (applause) But even aseuins threatened bya few irceaponmble and | eervice. [le thought thet very few St
Chamber yeeterday at noon. Present Mr, Alcazar eald, he would accept | ontv £55 000 satonthe rail likevamelca and Cre | ing for vung moment tbat the onty | un-representative Americans, but let | people realized what the revenue
were His Excellency, the Governor, ! the Collector's figure for the time Tae Col, Secretary said, his point | nada, allowing this batile ta be fought f loaustry which would beneflt was | thea adopt it fu tts best interest of | might befor the currentyear. They
820, R. La Hlunte, GO M.G., Hon. 8. | being, So far as figurea went and | wasthle: that, notwithstanding this | by the sister colonies, and thento | sugar, he bought that would be a | (hecolony (applause) vas were all very ploased to hear that the
W, kraggs, O.81.0., Colonial Becre-[ their financial etatus at present, he | etpenditare, thele surplus bed in | elide down aud share in Lhe epoile | quod thing, Mekrew, (and he had THE AUDITOR GENERALS estlovate for the last foancial year
tary, Hon. A, © Gollan, KO., Attor- | entirely agreed with Dr. Piade’s re] creased, and If the Government had | when there wae victory, (Laugnter} | veard tt mentioned fa ordinary con- ViEw:, was likely to be £1.41 0 more than an-
cy Gener, Hon. It, 8, Aucher[ marke’ on the eubject and he alec | adopted the very unwise policy o% | Thare watno question that they were | versation) that there wasa feeling The Au lito. General said be propos | tiripated bat waethat likely to be
â„¢ Wer, K.0,, Noticitor-General, Hon, | agreed that they toust replace by | boardiog up theic balances, instead of | called npon to Lake two vlerve at leac | against the abeen eeiv which was | ed only to adda few words to the dis | the case fur thecarient financial year ?

RO, Buabe, U.M.U., Auditor-General, | sore means the revenue of which thie | spending them on public works profita- | of this eub 2tt,—the large and impe | cinn-c.ed with Uhe suxse estates cussion, and to address himelf to] Aft coor planters knew that this
by Colonel the Hon. RS. Marshall, act | agreenieot would deprive them. It | biy aa they had done, they might have | rial view and the tnore iocal, federal | That, however, way & misapplication | what seemed to be one of the chief | year’s crop had been a vei bad one,
, ing Inapector- Genera] of Conatabu- | niust be remember that they had | been showing a surplus balance of | view. He wae flerly convinced that, | of Uh: original meaning of the term objectiona on the pact of Dr Prala and | that the main pickings were tasde in

Hon. Percival Stevens, AMI
LL Clare M.D, Surgeon-Uen-

,, al, Hon, F, Gibbon, acting Protector

arting Receiver-General, Hoa, H,

44 Waloott. Collector of Customs, and
Sir G. Townsend Fenwick, K O.M,G.,
Hen. H. Thornton, Hi. A. Alcazar,
KG, Cari de Verteull, Adam Smith,

' De Pred MRGSE, Dr. 8.

Knaggs, Clerk of the | extensions awounting

> ag i ral but people who] reasonable erpectation of being able to | Ingly aurprieed if it wae founa that
* K if Se ae eee ot “tbe | cxteneo aca ee tad pallwny ome they hed the acto crease Piece an nrgaried the omer” planet ee tnareal Tato the cblony sali lh | meet the ino in both those ways, His | b Rh cuatente ant excise, had noticone
te to somenhere between | Secretary of Htate to epend £2) 000 a | were asked to vote £3,000 or £12,000 to | wae a verv different Untog indeed, 201, [ friend Dr Mirada had: referred to the | siderably fallen off from whetlthey

Ps

Coun aggregal
REQIPROCITY WITH CANADA. sro and £8,000
ure &
ef the Collector of Customa resolution | re-p
, foe giving effect to the reciprocity | would probably become eo. To make
t between Canads and the fends weet Jast year

TheCouocll resamed consideration

ott Lodies.
“ *a POINT OF ORDER.
Me. Alcazar sald be had an amend-
meotio more to the resolution, but

b ivke would liked to be enlightened, on a faext year to meet the necessary ex-
(uation for'er, other it wascom: | penditore and that, under ordigaey
«facumstancer,
revort to addltional taxation, as the
rmedenotheramendment if the pre- | ceserva fund by direction of the Sec
retary of dtate could pot be touched
below a certain Sgure and further
they would have to increaxe jt annual
iy by @ contribution of £5,000, And
‘lade sttorney-ieneral who asked for yet they were asked by the revolution | this Ceuncil thet day, ho;
to further cei
which the Finwnce Committee would
have to mueet tbe ecpenditure for the
NOSt UNOPF 4A ON. | next floaaci year
‘ ICI AL OPPOSITI he would be bold tbat there way eo
tery easy means of supplying the de-
ticlzoey 7a revenue in £2
was

Y° pasos for Dr, Prada who had already
> solen on the subject, to briag for-

2 bat woendment was rejected. -
> We Excellency said, De Prada
. tot do 80 on the seme point.

patler was, however, referr
¢ Met blo k up tbe point,
"We Grorderation of the polut was then

Mr Alcasagse rald, bia attitude. In
at matur was so dissimilar to that o!
» Mhononrable friend, Dr. Prada, who

addreeed the Council on the previous
dey that werelt net that he intended
& @wovesa amendment he would eat-

bicssil to give expression to that
t This queation of Cana
procity bad been before the
ef oo varlous occasions aod In
forms and whenever it hed
bated he always made {t clear
Wat, while he favoured reciprocity In
pie, before giving bis adherence
£57 agreement whieh would sotall
Sey oss Of revenue he should like to
ksow bow that loss of revenue was
mig to be made upend, aod, if by
taxalion, be would not
a with 16 uati he felt eure that
faratlon would fall upoa the
ery, After referring to
oatracte from Haneard at the
of rt March 101 whea the
reciprocity was afficme
Sy mation of the Rentor Unoffi
ober and subsequently thle
iat whoo, on the motion of the Colo~
Y, Adelegate was sent to

Bacretar
med atine



epeaker sald it wae under»
latter meeting that the
& when signed would bean

the delegate’s own indl-
4 ty generally was con-
el p,tiaued ddr, ‘Alcans he was
fa favou” of it, Inthess



prea Tomigrants, Hon. C, A. Pollousis, :

* tary, comaiitted themselves ta a certain
‘ MF: fitleg Director of Pablic Works, | expenditure from «hich they could | remembered thatthe
Boo not recede at a moment's notice, and
iu was important to notice that they | dinary public “works wae % gum that

had done e0 siace this

wae Aret brought up, be thought. A
few iteme of that expenditure recently
approved of were £18000 for
Itoyal Mail subsidy, £20,000 for the | works
road scheme, interests “and sinking

encroach on their reserve fund to a

vonsiderable extent, He was pretty | the colony that they shuuld adbere to | occupy the prenaler “federal position ac | face of itt Hgutes were a little be, | tightof the fact that oo the comple [ thererenue would probably Ilkely to
certain that the ordiaary Tevenue ot it and he proposéd dy vote for the reso: | well Tiongiebe Istande vf the West | etartling But he thoughtte might | tion ofthe railways, they would begin | be consilerably lees blan wnat it wae
the colony would not be sufficient | lution. He hoped (snd he trusted that hopet remind De. Piads that expenditures to geLrevenue, and surely they were | eatimsted to be, But be sincerely

f tunes of this colony on the risin, ward, aod that was the curlous | opening of the couatiy and the build
te teiea Yast enon whatathes arthice waters of whats he hoped, would he 8 silence on the partof thecriulesand | ing of eallwaye Now Mr. Thorotun prepsred. and pbet they arene Justitied rere in hopes ta Ue nent on tieen yeas
were they going (2, 'Bpose an addi very prosperous tide, Hie bad no | oppongots of the agreeasent of what na coe toolong; that ibvhould waselasticity faboat the resources of | Grande and Toco to Portof-Spain.

tional duty
that the cost of living in thie colony
bad focreasod very considerably of

late, especially that the suplus balance would be NALY

k led or aptitude which might | the official delegate and the «smme + | to ba invested, acd the agreement was ; tt ip
titpevted. ar tne mecting « of the help ts valve some of the dificult reo: cial adviser were sent to Unnads there | uo good unless It tendew to increas rerptoai and yo far other circumstances and Instead of spending £70,0%) 9a
ie comic DY ry | icrmemoclind, th, uel, fee eat oly uk eae it | teeter ect ptata itis | int y tat, Sree op bo | aus toapea sf Skog 7B
slogle apeaker that the ranting of | Bucthere wer one or two puiais on | ani, as fararhekney, they hed tot | intended to produce ag about £72000 Ie wactrue that they | sincerely hoped he was mistaken, But

this preference would
ofthe preferred articles, But that
argument which
first time by Mr. Adara Smith on the
previons day left him
tinced and
tered articles would not be a whlt
cheaper if thie agreewwent were
tered |

wok, lace both et the Obamber and
9
practlcally every speaker
valy persone fikely to derive
bepelt

sugar planters.

“weeelon of
ie \¢eialon onthe subject So far | wt

00. Su thatit waenat corract lu | gether they wovld be pultiog a ten

bat th td pot be | cocoa if there was notbing much tothe | wae the generally held opinign that £3)

ee Tiviog hat would be the ae retignvect’nesesdy “for be The agree ment for corona. be thought In fora poli val bate ty be sell: ae saying that they bed bea gradually Meenled un Pe detelopuent the
Â¥ . who re focoma lt might b-come a ver mus

roel Ripd pivtrsconi iret “he dat tered ertictes ts this ‘culoays mportagtt em lo the finances ct ue tropical counties, it waa foc that] Allorney Generalhad polrtedout that | tie vountcy, aad, making Beopls

vost of his living locreasedin order to

















































































£400,000) or £500,000, [6 meant people haying propety ia | Ale Aleaner -viz. Chat the colony could | the firet three monthe of
Ireland leaving thee native country | not afford the loes which the revenue | and therefore,
and spending their maney outside | would entall Wallet the question | be no falling offin the receipte of the
Bat theeo caled abwonteeisu on sugar | was belog considered from Ume to] laet financial yoar Cocos planters
vatates here was very different indeed: | time, they had faced the question uf | aleo know that there had been «a few
for, there were several people who | sore lose, and they came to the con- | emall pickings between March and
lived aud worked theic own sugarer | clusion that the colony wae able to} June, but between June and December
tates ia Trinidad, And the absentess | afford it. Of course, lose to the revenue | there were practically no pickings ab
who diew for haped to deaw profits | tnust be made up either by curtail] all Withlittle or s0 coooa crop for
from sugar were not peopla who werg } nent of expenditure, or rerenue from | the pact nine months of the present
taking auney vut of the culony aa thé | some other source, and they, had a | tuancial year, he would be very pisas-

the year,

But itmust be | waless there was some stron d
saturally there woul

&

eum which wae IMPERIAL NECESSITY

devoted from year to year for extraor: | directiog the action of the auth orities
tn the matter, they would harily hate
stood between the Government andthe fore to the etpense and_ ft ouble to
application to this Council for addi- 7] have eant out that Royal Cominission
Vional tazation. Attention bad been | and in Canada to have made such close
called tothe factthat of the amount | and careful arrangementeae had been
they espen’ on extraordinary public | made. The Solicitor General, on the
20 000 was pledged for the next-{ previous day, hvd sald that they were
twolve or thicleen years, Lutasaset- | willing to pay £2,000 forthe premier


























































































QUESTION GF RECIPROCITY

the

fact that the increased customs duties | gave last year,
they bad been collecting eince 1990] to this, thal
had been eo far utillzed to meet certain | of March las
expenditure which they bad to face,
viz, railway extension and road ex
penoditure

Se that it amounted

although up to the let

the colony had been

shown to bein a very prosperous state

of revenue, it seemed to nim that by

Hut they must not lose | theend of the Sletof March next years
el

Prada haa called attentiog to the fact
that thia was an .
EXPENNEIVE COLONY TO RUN,
Ile had given them figures which
showed Ubat olber colunies were ran
int perhead andon the

Of this expendi
ood deal was not imovediatel
active, though fa time it

year fiom loan funds on extracadinsry | keep their claim of the presaler com-
pavlic woike which, fn previous years, | mercial position in these watere And

ato be met from general revenue. | ha could not but believe that this was
On account of the binuiediate and pros- | the stepping.etone to the time which
fective advantages offered by tbe | would come souuer or later when,
agreement it wae in the best joterest of | under federal government, this would | at a ‘es a





they had to




justified fu anticipating that the
rerenue if not iminediately, woukt
momthan meet the expendituce of | Hia Fxcellency had etited that (fthe
establishment, and afford some margin | agreement were entered fato, there

hoped that he might prove

JNOFFICIAL SUPPORT. would not be stullified) thateven in | differed vety much in their nature A FALSE PROPHET

D.. Laurence said, he had bad no ine | tha lifetime of man of sbemselzes. in | There might be expenditure whieb wae
tentioa of tating any pare in the dis that very hall wou meek the Ved anal reproduel re au erygnditure whieh
tussion on Canadian ri rocity, ut oveanmnent of hic vw frien ic | was not, and « distin d jotie
after Jistening on Tuesday to the ver Creda would be perhaps one of ite] in Minidad was the amount of repro lowarnds weeling the chargee on tha | would beno focreswse of taxation®
full and forcefal speech of his friend, | most valuable and aistingnished nem | ducuive expenditure that was going | debt. There was another ften of {Hie Es ellencys Wath respect tot,
De Prada, he wasinduced to change | bers, (applause) aud if fn those days af on. They beard occasionally of gieat | revenue whieh they bad had to foreyo put ifthe revenue fell otf and there
his purparse and endeavour, If only for {| Iancellor of tha Hachequer was| extravagance among the people of for tha last few years, and which made | wae no increase of taration, evidently
{he sake of old associations to address | needed De Prada stood a goud chance | Trinidad, Personally, he was suptiesd | some difference in their reverie, He | there would bea decrease in expendt-

ing strongly | of belngeelected to the office. (laugh | at the amount of work thet was being | referred to crown ands which bad | ture,and that fed him to ask what

that tatheresule be would achieve the doce for Trinidad with what obviously | bees Jost them through the reservation | ahape thatdecreave would take, Ile
conversion of his oavavatle friend MORE SUPPORT,

they would have tw

le the resources with swould be a srnall amount of capltal or | of the auppored Wasvery much afrald that it meant

P
he view which he entertained, Me. Fraser esid he should like to elsathe rate of luterwst would uot be OILBIARING LANDS. the curtaltwent of the estiaates ou
(augnter) “They were allthere that day ] afew words ‘on ae aubjectol Genatay sohigh. There was undoubtedly jtight. | The time was coming when those | public works etlreordinary (De /
taking part lo the first act of a great | reciprocity, But the question had | ness of money. The tightness of lan ls would again be eet free fur sale, | reace Hear Aeary in the abs ew
OFFICIAL DRAMA been eo thoroughly thresbed ‘out that | aiouey, a0 far asthe Government wus | and they would heve that expenditure | roads, bridges and other new buld-
Prom the dramatis persons he was | it would be presumption on his part | concerned, was due tery largely to the | W meet their additional charges, The | ings, Thenew road scheme had coly
toth to see ble fiiend absent. They | toadd anything tot. There wacone | fact that it was folng ia forreproduc- /estinated surplue and the actual | jastbeen started, acd people all over

v- 1 balavce from 104 up to date showed | the country were naturally, only too
were endeayourlng to embark tha for- point however, he would like ta bring | tive work ~the building of roads the thattbe estiniates iad been earefully | pleased at The progress m e, sad they

|
|
|

Now, so doubt

pessimism
natifod and that was by
RANSFERRING DUTIES

agricultural interests that might in
any way even unconsciously cloud bis
reason in atteaipting to deal with the
subject. Nor bad he any commercial

they expceted to get from ‘anada and
oh They expected to give Ifrecl- | have been five instead of Len, of practi-
proc) y meant anything at all it means | callyelerenasit would, Butthe period of
an éxchange and abargaua When | ten yesra was eveptial if money waa

the culony which would notimmediate | But he wae afraid, that they would
come waned, Sathe eatimatesof | go back to the year 1007 whea Sic

t
since the Customs the current year they had estimated | Heary Jackson called

. wer communicstiva
trade be ae for Lo any great | bad pot been ableto carry out vertain | it must be remembered that the
rupuved expenditure, but they had | 241,04 tbey were spendiag were prin.

n able to devute the extiaordinaty | cipally paldin wages, ead gave work
expeoditureduring the last four years, | lo a large nuinber of labourers, and if
vomething dike £6100) odd He did | they withdraw that fron. circulation,
not think that Dr Paada was justiied | what was going to become of the la

which he bad, woneulted commercial exceeded helt foerruct one ha. he iu l
dagricutural friends so ae to forin | thought, they bad gota er bargein | wou r
an Indepeadent oplolon for himself ca thane whit Naas foped for, He was | extent unless there were sou sul
the subject of reciprocity with Canada. | glad tusay he wasone of those who| security, The iuveaument i) steau
atill, uncon, | There was one thlog thet seemed tol wee fu favour of the recepivcity | eomunsinication coald, la’ i wets e
belleved, and | have ecte ed very deeply into the agrestuent He thought they had remanded a nenerulent, on (he, part
. co " +-|o an

Se tye whlch If lee mtetock Toh fa ‘eace vont Sorc tinge nae a tin which wasenteced sta with two clear [in saying tee a nditare | wae | bourers, unless cocoa took # very great
had not beea adverted to io thie| that could hardiy be over-ostinet abjeuté : one was the desire fo° pro docs easiok Vibes a peppenes wary ere for the better? They koew thay
House, and that question was the dis-| fle felt that the colony wouldgo‘o| ft ubfoubtediy, and the other | thatio the rears ons oT. 1007 8, a0 had bed crops for 1adefew years
cuptlun of old aod Valued tise, and the| wreck and culo ifwugae wen outof}a desire which wae held ia very lwo, capa open lowe onan in fist god pistes some-hing bower
tl (t was admitted by | severing of pleasant onl loog stand: | cultivation, It wafvuch a gros power | stroog favour in Canada of beoomlog of pny wor e was lower than in aun up, be expressed ¢! a + ae
re re thet the | aswelstlons wih the commercial [in the plece fur empl yuent and {oe oF less self-suMiclog, —one might | £ t ere . veoed ing ten years, pouly a osatter of time when aboot
i apy | members of the Unled dtates, | labour that it would be a very iniser: | alnoet call it uperial unlons ‘There being bet teeny “ad Wb inne a weeny tive per, gente of the eqtates in
fi . ¥ . Tf thlag da m0 a a

eee ee eee y otveaned ON Soe ene ee Nisa beyned to ia t twenty oF thicty yeara and Ubat | thie year she estiasates were over | Ifthe road echeme were stopped alto

cheapen any

was advanced for the

e etl
ceed with Dr. Prada, that the pre


























ene

ato. fa tha discussione thas

from the agreement were the
it the



proposed

it wae very dangerous to argue upon ever

mugs thet they had
etpenditure per head agdone by De.

onus Chey were th wearticles, Aud at} colony. He alao thought with regard | reason thet they should be broughe lieved thet the scheme wae

oing to be



aye of i td ba proved that goods} to coconuts it would be the same | inte Wuch wi b a larger community | 2
sapit loterastin “Al rlsalry they oe Saployer, 7 Now, was tee “cle? mt tuebived here were ot Can udlan oct toing: With smagard to ibe tar er thaa | hele own. cout es beagace: but artis ee liane ot pede heeieat reat ee tal dhatia Bieomieee
Â¥ t ie estion ol +
i) mone las vrumete the | che tudneference was to take place, be chads oy camer the avoatege of ter, he thought thes wee avery great | to give and were, therefure, th a pust- He thou, ae hls friend De. rade hed the | (erry ing ou of the new red
of theempire, {4 788 no use wou me ‘ Ider well what the T | Oreference ‘would be accorded them. | point indsed. \Whea they caine ta | tion to receive aumeihing eqaally tolapy per heed wth thet of Bellen Seram ties seat minaant ulte cs
It eyeate th ned rela p hould conside * ja was glad toseshehadthe approv | conider that they woull be fal guod. Incidentally tou tuey must ob ial, at ire etting that tir the Trinh. | iuspeertant pret Tifeatis Oe the
teiatlng Patent ay and NaToRE OF Tuat TRANS- al of alve Collector of Oustous on that the povt fon of Juator Pactne ein one not forget tu st ree oy eutiable gai sapend ure. Bute Was loohuded auteement Web ‘Canada (He de Ve
wo keen ‘st, “Sse te hate. pat. Tuea there was the question | of the sichest and most powerful | tlon might Increase avery large one on railway, whereas | feuil: ear, hear), Theaas he had
“cy | oughtto be, To bistmicd {t was a hi countrles of the world,~—Ganada,—he | form of trade, —
ere GF tes eurocn 7 | iets ouulsale way of serecod | Y Mfous rvranuststvvouven. | eeeeane ey gneisses | OL faiaaitnaa hererks Sanath | sd ‘es "rope at tp veuppert the
bostuities were lest ‘belossct revenue by & tax thal | rat cago had any reason to com-|in order to achelvé that end and, Tl ‘d bat-ourlusity and Sut. va In the ouage re cred Alcaxit, for tbe easun that lo Britieh
ee" Doe means Of wtrengthesing avid fail on the shoulders | of thaw plain, he bianelf could uot see, The | therefore, he was going to record his There was ne d Wesu ludies wera very to “Ty was beusube he thought the | Guiana where the sugar planters were
wah ty ee Increase thele | who were aptsomcots Ts wee a fact oolr eat ity ot coos imagine was Fae ee of the agreement (ap greatly incceasdng in the northern | olony would be Justified in meesting | the ooly gainers, they had come for
fuetad trade “We vase doit {tone ven hans focal proprietors bed | wing vabear cates bordeosin ppurt | AWM ATIORYANOUNEIEALS [wath of thle belsers aud the | aay, lone Incuced, by the egray | ward aid wuaranteed to, inet
or ‘, n ‘

(enada ith Its enormous poe juede eetor thd astfew years. Why wm eT alte Merde Veveud that be Toa Attorney-Geneisl sald, befure | communication wh jae the | they were expecting ie focrae there revenue mbieb mutant accrue
seth they should look for t at devel: thet peod fortune hed pot, teen fact one tadustry, be ibeven the redutnl pe began, tet mien the vane. sewed wee tisde. “T en there was the arguments of hie, hunourable ment’ welt “Canada, it seamed
ted reciprocal agreonee ste ree trees | tet tpegwas anable to fathow, Ile | Usted ibe letgect share cfebe cost of | tions whieh had “tedn veotliaied | another polat ralead by Sle de Vwitauil | feels and what be called their malo | tobim that call the colonies wf

Mesue for the creation of ihe | wae nok prepared at present to ay 1 ei eeement, athe did ootthiak | in the course of this debate, | sine that they should oot wl iththe | 2 tee Lae of hile honourable friend th or ee ute hee

Or thE reason eter nueed’ ” | what shape thal tax should take, But) inet would beoecenary Then there | might he welcome tle frit oscasian | laipe lal question to interfere with the | resnlutioa of li Ws honguralile (clend the | ment, vere veey much | lnterer Sen
be po cully 30 iY bich which Mr, Fraser had addremad } coumes ; . .
Bae AOITY IN PRINCIPLE | Mfr at, bef, tbe arene | But iiaton ‘og reel | Che vara ppiait a ee ee ero AUER: | maar ine culooms When he
aw a I. e can ake a
apranart cubor inatine’ aunts | intble qoenmuntty, mice, was, *2!7 | Sruouot peglcuarty enamnoured of ue | (the spouter) waa nob able ta flow: |(ibewpaatet) sun thacturs rather | Works wid ibe Mle Kecaliney bey; | THoldad as KING
Y while! redouinant, foethe support of | for bis rewarke en of sou by 1 : : ‘ a
arte ch arg hele “Snabilened Brunei shouid aanure them bet i cha eager ine uty by wa ot | [iraigee: cominon aveane, such av they expected Veteuitasivumeat the: hop waa ee ache” probally and wena was & very bad second.

# sdoption of thi nt | would pay for tbe uld | tion, he, on bile part, should greatly | frow bi wusider +o ai Ferre | ediatus ke only une not cosa | Then is wae in the interest
Would entail 9 agreene’ He, theretors moved: — | ot to ace any eter befall that | ebort, and by being short he bad not | seats un, wo for w y Pole the colony two th
had been wart, Ioee of revenue which | receive dew of the fact that the & industry at thisumement- Su f wer uf « ti, & of the kind were concer’, the | port the tesulutioo, but rather | uf Une « sacaifice every

: gar | lostvany of t eee or ul speeoti, lk see ° ‘ he i f Mr. Alcaas thie far the sskhe of sugar

Collector of ey estimated. = Ibe §, "That io it agresment with the fra the indaee kelp to be most | Mr. Fencer had very effectively, to his | Mother Country had wor ee tein the {the aor lubent © re | been heat is thére 1d iN .
Che deficty gy Nous estinated that f'' reciprochy Goiada will entail» fluted by thlcagresiseat, cond he |aulod, at least, dealt with mueh thet | best evsinple. Hu be thought Mr. | he thoug. §t caly right vnat he | becalne w st would hare
Hobe £800, la a | “domision uf Os red £ benefit y this agreement, -a ulod, Vereail guared, mot ont what | should give a few reneons for what he | beeu no revenue whatever, Tiwe, ha

raod “ which is requ OF I f the Senior Unofficiss | Mr Alcasss bed sakl, First of aff, | de Vereail ign: se y « a
Teeueny pevented ta thie Gaonell | pac work and ollier expenditure Wetaber ow cut poley wae entamoust even julien beating what Ar Alcwsat ste uly aa strongly | ad vuaaied eck wu, We wvan with a great | waesorey Un eay, ed changed, | aul

Tec! le fi +to which the colooy ‘Ft toauedmission that the sugar iodus | r. cou hes wi ater ver was king, aad suger was taki
tbat be tho, ures and stated dderisg thet the only ld not suffer if ith ase «large elully comsidering the reamed | ibis Council, -thet they enjuyed the | vate egaias! the +greciusut, tnore e+ rs is az 4
Aba mee petee ik would be £8 uN) | aud cotikel ce derive any sub- ‘Tie of the responsiullitive thatiaiget | ameodnseat whith he bad moved. he | privilge of the Muther Couatry's aaliy, Uccause i +. for more yeare | back seat inasiauch ae the iovey
teres Peak ee tbe Obawber of Oom- |” persone tee T “appreciable beret | eee i eer colonies through che | etiil uli DOL yulte Waderstand "Mr hoo wlubou. contetating say | (bea cared tai ueutet, hat he | vlevulated lu the coooa industry wae
with thie 7 beld in connection | sant hagreewentare the sugar ite stion of the agreement. tenow) Alcasese postion He etill felttbat | thing at all—buthe aloo forget the | had Leen o Ars believer us 2% times more than that coinpaed
Wntinated Thee eae tt the speakers | [rou BUCH ART hat euch | Tatie tion of the ae Lau how ur anotber, what Me Aleasar | commercial aspect of the relatloos IMPERIAL FEDERATION with sugar(A weles. Question. He
istrom the ttt orer £1300. He took | «planters, 1 te be nade upby a tat fel voor i rn ooo barat abd os ved En ‘ , this coluny and the home teu adeub advocate oftarifre | wasrery dowplful whether Uanada

p . laed by Dr. Prada oa the previous | said wasn httle out of da ¢ and that it | be ween this au C31 tae eit ui h
Ousiomns of which he nate Lollector of tall na theur aod that the is more partiealarly so asthuse | would bare ben at a wore Govern usent, aud (bat was the’ LUbelr | form. ‘Tee objections he had to the | woull be willug Wo rally the age
ed Altbough, yc he war just remind: | which ween ofthle agreement be | J47-"hed meal: points witb which he | lise when the question of seading thee | credit lo in the f warkets of | peiihcatioe of a venent were | we twith the other colonics unless
weattat ie dlsated icom ier ara: | pocupane! wail the wie of | Gisanratey ade del i poueg te | dei set teat disound Ue | ihe rent teeth Rene Lescol cevaaly Uae | otha ult NSE Sul sa
gu . “ for wakin detiutte conclusion on the usatier. al ert . *
i simoe ee ey ae vpewenue be deterailaal aod epprov The trek question wae wheiber nie re and legally Ke was Sietab Ti seoibee ‘ie Me ra scvton af ce! ot eaau ing bale tae vegardeta as tedesy ey loos whted be acked 0
" eine Aguree were wrong, | “vy this Quuec! alpraslty engagenient was golag Ww | yo preiess Ww oauy: 1s . bata

2 commercial ta titers. un. it wae dealt with eory uly reveuus, lo bie oplaion thal emacain. but it w uot
Reece Poul eo erlouetonmediats | be 8 rad 8 eT Sc PPORT. merk oct to tha goal of va pea qalte Chal, euler na she" by bis learned friead, the WES ha Sina’ ShnelderatiyPundermeck | toctbund utinagit the other ‘coloaies
Oa ae BE the Gules of Ue FIO! thesteot, Although he was net qaite | wa bim thal, very pelnte y, oo tbe

tends eetica ated Seerecery sald, be] usted as te the ercrulug of a@y | lesisted upvm were evscerned, they, ia neral Bar there were one oe two | mated eo honvurable | ollectar af | wees aeked to eustaibuie aleo, if the

uy ion fon words penett ve Ube labourer enper the at | every) we. ts unlueectly what Vieg | eaper softhe cae ae sh sald ke tw | Gustome as they had heacd esrergl twould mat be satered inj
ing due che reese: rea t. ye hed euune hope feud be | desiet He Wee mot gag. Ws deat | praes on (he ative jou of bie Couacll. | tines, extimetel ibe los at about | useless Trinided jotoed. Withous
Uulitester of . thug bt ibere was somes little tuunds | witu rie 4 see (ou of tie uf revenue ot | Me wee es gig wo ered of Lie | ee fur the fet year, whereas a} Lael, they would gain abeclulaly
appremaneions RL og tur thes hope wor la] aay Wage. Ue ¢ upseed to gite | matarel teeliug ol reeutiout whivk | wyli haus meuber of the Casmigs | Gvibey Therm were vale Gitey
°
\ 4
‘ t att 3





Se te - ‘



en on \ ® war ° a
.* 8 . . \ ' «
. ] “4

’ __— THE PORTOFSPAIN GAZETML.THERS AY AUGUST 1 1912, oa,

Stephens’ Limited |














Pad

zs -OF
. a . ; or —

Week! — A L [ Week

os an
Sow bE PING REDUCTIONS. :

NLY GENUINE BARGAINS.
AT STEPHENS’ SALE. |

ThePorl-ot-Spain Gazolta | State's cit cke,2nae |INVENTOR OF SEWING MA: i MOVEMENTS OF STEAMERS | Hamburg ameri
can Line.

- ARE NOW ENTERING ON THEIR LAST WEEK. ~





\
d

}

:
aaacser eos ese tion Ril wit Neleanst nis naa in ete ie fhe





ed
Se TTS fet could go the Goteromnee Or te CHINE NEEDLE. fe Hoyal Mall Steam Packet Co. — | pave a 0
v c N alternative, the arrangee! 2 , - BORREPER 4 00
THURSDAY. let AUGUST, [1012 | be made which provailela some other | pylic aloe pment, early Ay die 808 Page 2, Aarere
ee IROINTA.—Tie a4.“ Vilgtale® of the



























= countries, where the Government col-
faerernnenreracarn nagar lect the entire wheel tax, and pay over covers} where the eye of the needle of at Hamburg American Ll
wing machine should be located Koninkiljk - a Arian Tice ia das here
MR. BRIERLY’S SUGGESTION, | to tbe towne la commutation sere | S{y'7iag machine should Ue located coninkilje, W. In | trom Veoszuclan Fortson or aunt, Ae.
—_— aod ILamburg direct, taking cargu pasesa:
~ and m

Re atle
VUERUSKIA.—The as “ Cheruskia’




: c ofa certain stipulated proportion

a in Seven Days. pifte saggetion matey Mr, J. N. | of ‘the angual coo rou mala, | theeyeat the eet” ieuerer accutal Tun Borat Durem Mat.
i Uirlerty fetter published in ar denne hak fe perhaps etill more to bln that icshould be plaved uear H ap Line Bi

ri worsen vesezers able me 104 {inposing a wheel tax ‘ injpossible to consider tbat, since the dope i and he pnigbe have failed JRINS WILLESIV “TheRtoyal Duteh thle ete tedan Vane cele Dat Hine te

on reamt he “ 9 on oF

one which at first sight wiltno doubt, | Goverament clan to hare absolutely | wastnakiog a sewing machine for a due Mat Steamer Urine Wile IN & pupal Agari Th provestiog aliarw G

.
















































appeal st: ongly ta many pereons; but { no intention of inrposing a ge’ 1
oo. Meee ta ean perwey trust | and would not we fancy general tak, saraxe klog 10. strange country, Just | alout dnl August 1012 proceeding alter | go pnstengers and mals,
. wilt not be adopted by thoee who ate asked for any contribution towards | teiceh oo rhea @ was awake, he werda to Paraiarilo, Tavre, and = Atm -—
< entrusted with b thecarsylog out of the taunletpal upkeep they should pre- diticulty euradle’seye was the chlef ) stem dam taking cargo passengers aad Kast Aavatwo Vo, Ltd
preseat propo or the ition o vent im wih: of y ‘
such ataxia Port-of Boe Te fe wa- J the boroughs Yor the present Ite thought the king gave bin Zi | st Fe ei tiastondanr Danish dane of
much a tas ta Portot Boao tee the at gb hours to cumpleve tha aiaching and‘ cig” ta due here from Amstordan Steamers,
SE ee a te eee eet sOrs | the proposed. whocltnx And wesio. | [ance tte: 14 wax not falthed in x Fue gramatitg and Demeraraon or atoul | AF San, the at St, Yan’ te, dip
# in Portof-Spaio as wellasin San Ker- corely trust that nothing will prevent Ht hours, he waz ” be ut to death, to Carupano, Cumana, uauts, la Guay” here inva London aod ort teats
S g 6 ti h - ” nando, there will necessarily be some | the carrying out In Port-of dpia, as | ied end. scaled of tt ‘all and puz fa, Pto, Oabelta, Curacao. Jacinel, Aux best kee ie 13t Demerara and Varamase
e e Scot 18 Prince lnconyenience and hardebi upon those in San ‘ernando, of a long needed up. Thed he thought they Fee iead, oes xt on eee and New York Tio. taking cargo passengers and Tatil,
Se who, from a coun atric t \. ; ; cere ane . “ y
. . . ee Sectehar Low, a hoe from te eforns ne Sug him to tbe place where he waa to DRINS WILLES V.- "lhe. Atoyal Si JAN, - Cheese. “oe age here
4.100 TONS BURT be executed 1 Dateb 3 “op, rom Paramaribo gust,
.
OF BICYCLES. the warriors carcied spears which were | V" {3 tluc bore from Vonesoglan Vora on facia, St Thowas, iatve, London, and

ovber, Dut we may point out that thie
grievance, feuch it be. Ie one which plerced near the head, fustautly the | otesewards to Paramarito, TWavre end eet atin taking Cargo, passea-
















@ from Bahia, “Brazil, on or fabout FS! the owner of every cart in th D | To the Rdivor of the Portof-Spain | Mventor saw the solution of the difl-
UST, and will | occed th ee FRIDAY, try has for years bad to eubult to, Gacette, or Se8 ye aces teow kOe TOF La thingy etemett pecu ag Lamport & Holt fan
$ P ereaiter to and basin fact submitted to in peace 7+ ut 'es Seles pus Santor PeiaesWileta fon te tam meee
and quiet ; and to-day pretty near! Sin,-The Town Board. 1 see, fa: twasdo'clock inthe morving, Hej 1 MailSteamer * Prina Willen t" te of Steamers
te jun ped out of bed, ran to hie work. | dueherefrous smateriam vis Parana Gronce FR. ALstow &





ted tends to tax bicycles for the use of the

‘gw
. every estate in the colony is v
W YORK DIBRHOT [is thitwey itthey coud their cars| svete of HorvotSpain |. Whether
- bicycles should or should not bs taxed

to Lown, be it but énce in the year,

YRON,{The as, °H aiedes h
N,=The 8. ron” ts da a1
B fom Banton, on the Lith August, and

shop aod before 9 he had modetled a | rbd and Deis be ut
needle with the eye at the polo. After | Aagust 101d proceading Ornerwande wh

































- : Inno other way that wecan ere can | {#8 question into which itis notmy | toleeverytbing was easy. and Howe | Cacupano, Cumana, Gaanta, La Guayra,
ego, Passengers and Mails. pono oeetin bther than thee ores | Purpove to enquire, But. I think, the | $018 completed ble wonderful Ia: Fie Cala, Coracaa, dacmeh Aus Coyes | waite the mama og for New York
ees Cabin Passagos to New York $35 cach. | sicped by the mere fact of being taxed. | etl d ta co-entensire muh tbe night vention, cat paswangere i'd tll oF cits Baradon taktog Cantey passengers
a . ° : all upon cartilage owners, And Me ‘ e righ whee RANJE Nai the P. re ” “
s fitted with Electric Light throughout, All Vitleriy's proposal seeme to us to have of the peisun taxed tu enby certain ane —— Mall i NASSAU The jal Duteh OLLAIRE,—The #8, Voltaire” ledue
evaroniences. several serious objections to is belog | Pian of uke irscte It fol taved HIS MANY TITLES. duehere, from” Venegueian Vorteon oF | august ait willieare the eame G87 oe
‘al farther particulars pleano_apply to Seed en ne ee cee Breas | corollaty that the 9 aint tw enticled ero wards to Paramaribo 1 Plater | New York via Harbados, taking eara
t 38, clint da entited The ol to Faramaribo Hasre and Amster
f " Pp i apply ed inom than ore ene romise from | to 4tighton the road which at pre The rhe old caretaker of the church, ae dam taklag cargo passengers and mails, j PATeneere aod male
ably made in} sent ts not hieby law, Under th iow | yard, Gd smissed as trivial the question _ _ SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.

the Government

i
; J Council, there fato-day absolutely no | &* ft etaode the cyclist haato make tis} of hile proper ttle * It — ~
; greater prospect ol the imposition hy } on Suy in the streets and. be bus 10 | creed keeps the ete for all” ne ail Koninklijke wW [n-
the Government of the colony of al! parte expect pedestilane to move] “though they may change the words dies Maildienst
—_ } A st + general wheel tax for the whole laland | WAG} Of tloge biatell, The inense | they ure, Louk at iv. here [used to New Yorlk-—Param «ibe
. Servi.

%,
ARRIVALS
July J0th,

Ocanu, Brit stmr, Comin, 1,228 tons, £8
hour pamengere, Ta Cordon, Great
al 9 33 ‘he a
Seon ee e

Stet.
Tuavens, Venes motor cbanze, Fraos, a
tonn, é}tuars, Cristobal Colon, 2 brie
ltch and & panengera, To Yael de
ravers Uo.
Gxyzats, Veoes sloop, Salacar, 23 tons, }
day, Cristobal Colon, 15) bags cocos.
Provipgncs, Brit sloop, ‘tee we, $2
tons, ddaya, St. Vincent, 17 goats, 6
sheep. 3 p & turtics, & bags corn, U0
bags pote! 3 brig atarch, 3 baga
groundsats ani aengers.
Napuan, rit ‘lop, ‘Miler, IT twoon, a
daya, Bt Vincent, $3 pigs, 10 goat, 62
bags potatoes, 9 dosen yams, 4 turkeys,
ACCA.—s0 “Baramacce” {s

4 ¥ bundles plantatas and 6 DRC ee
S due herefrom Paramaribo on Mooday DRPAITURES

with Ag; ad wi goth.

ai nao prsdantydiect for NewYork | S4MAMAy A, Dateh tat, Keone A

taking cargo passeagers and wglia, pulmege aud J cases regleters, 2) bales,
Bhilanad Ww rubber (ez 9 “Prelta”)
aun hides and fl batdles shins ex se,

* Venezuela” aud f passengers, By Hoyat
Dutch Mait

Dotuktva, Veues scher, Lodsigues, 41
tone, Cristobal Colon, suadry pkgs mdse
and dU pamengere.

Apvanca U1, Brit sloop, Hoberta, 21 long,
Grenada, sundry phgs sdee and 6 pas-
eecngert. °

(batantia, lisit atedr, Saunders, Lo
tons, Urenada, 2,028 pkis transhipment
care Bw phys indes, i? Pieces I weer
an pansengert. al a
Bteam Packot Ga 7 7

Beauice, Lictt ats, Adan, 1.347 tons,
Demerara, | 135 mn trauabipment
CATKO, A, 2 sucdrios ans e
236 (ons coal, "by woe, Go

at,
Ocamo, Urit etwr, Coftta, Last tour,







: see
ents, Prince ‘Line. | than bere waster yeara ago ; perba unde: the proposed law being for Lhe [be the faoitur. Then we bad « parso
8 , ‘ Jess, And unti such a general wheel | Use ot the streete, willbe tyr liet be who caited tus the sextant. De tnint. | Tae Hors, Duron Mart—Aaewr
tax Ieimposed, a tax which ia every y gave me the nawe of vagin, = and AROWIJINE The a,“ Narowljue
fu civiiaed country ie recognised to be the young wap weve got pow aye h ledue back here from Pararmaritd
aneven more equitable and justifiable Lan Che sacrilege." via Barbados on Tuesday th Auguat 1212
tat Chan one on carieand porters and j t? hove when he rioge bis ell on the ———— anid will leave the aame day at noon pre-
hucketets aad pediars, there can be no roadway? Will the tax oa bicycles ctsely direct for New York taklog carga
question c€ carrying outthe sugges alter the legal status of the cyclist on ST. ANDREWS COLF CLUB. Baanongere be mall,
fon tuade by Mr. Literly. ‘Aneiher therond? Some itseems that upon —_ NOPBENAME.-The as, “Coppesame”
con thle: the arbilrary maoner in] he true consideration cf such ques: Gentlemen are remloded that the 1s due here from Paramarivo, on Non.
sa od in, Brierly proposes to sbare | tlonethe tazatlon of Licycles should July wedal competition which was day Lith August 1il and will leave next
craecie peuerallalacd wheel Laz, while | Ue based. It hea been contended that | post ned on Saturday lest owing to | Sa7,04 0008 precisely direct for New York
gui Che Fig tuple from en aitthmetl | bleveleedo damage to roade and for: the luclemency of the weather will AISWUNE The a0, “Marcwijas”
calstandpuiat, would be, we feel sure, their proper upkeep they should be take plauceon Satucdey August dnd, laduehere from New York direst
absolutely uniele from the standpolnt puade OP oage iS ee Seed meme fon Monday 2th August 1012 and will
vf actual justice. Not ou'y ihe tote et n
y oider to keep the roads iu good repals, LIQUID COUCH MIXTURES

.
®
mileage of 10ade In the towns and Ia
tr: tively, the bicycles which wae euch toads
) = om te ag number o ively. Mot ages should pay for thelr malutenance there -CAN'T CURE BRONCHITIS.
Kept in each district, nor yet @ would besome show of reason ia the 1
siuple computation of the average contention, But any obseiver of | But the Heallug Fumeg cf Catarrh
x sclentitia of natural pheoumena foaone which are breathed to the
te









allowed an @aclusive portion of the
strect. say the side-drain Wo ride
upon of, if not, will pedestrians have





leavethe same day tor Paramaribo taking
ourgo passengers and ma’
ARAM ss






















t mil
oad 4 ie eeu ot auc cus acd | will readily agree that the re. [furthest receaes of the Bronchial
carrlages would by itself enable dee travels pene, . poeumatic babes, being Guick relief and vurecure
t ee any dam- very wulferes from coughe, culds,
s correct estimate to be formed of is age whatever to the turfare of avy | brouchitie and all throat fund chest

e
be ived
st Published prepefnin od dstsicrs fe would. tee | ciuer bart of the road, | The conten: | allnente nerds etait
. hat bieyclusdo damage J medicine whic! OC cecb to bb
s ‘ quire & ios complex and possibly Io to roade fails, (think i Stauilnation, breathing organs’ io the chest and

calcula bi Ideratl f the vari.

pera ata ere OT hese factore The argument, however, that they | lungs, attacks the trouble at the \ AYVAHO,—The me.‘ Mayara” of the

put Logethar before a tale’ and | should be taxed for the use of the rvad } source, Glepersea thy germs of die | AVL Tetutled Ling left New York for

equitable ja tenable only if it presupposes or ad- | ease, and cures the allmentthosoughly, | Tronidad via Grenada onthe 2th July wig
d

Trinidad sine of
Steamers,
Taixtpap Sairrwne anp
Taavine Co.~AaenTs








ve






be pro-

coeds of distribution acral . “Peet | multe, ae Sthink it must, Chat thecy | Aud thle medicine te * Cater hozuue.° and ls dae to arrive bereon the 2%
tax could bearrived at. For there are | clist te entitled tq ene part of the] ‘Khe germ-billing dsleamic vapor | Augant 1912. . 4

pot merely mavy more cars kept ia the road, Perhaps sume Mgbt {will be fuizes with the — breath, desovnds G {ENADA -Thew.s. “Grenada” af the
elly than suywhere elee fu the colony, thrown on this aspect bf thasubject at | through the Unoat, dowa the bron: | vy Teoldad Line will leave Trinfded for
bat they are more constantly ased on today's eeting of tbe Jidtrd whicb | chial tubes, aod finally reaches the MAY ged la due Grenade en the oth daly
the ttreetsy moreover Lhe city atreete | will fvrther consider the ordiuacce fur | deepest air celle in the lungs, All Rogust fy due to arrive t ere oa the Jrd.
are probably more cosy to inaintaio vebleuter taxation inthe city. parts gre soolled wilh rab. pare, MAGE. The as “Maracas” of
fa sultatle condition than sre country Yourstnly, inediinal esespces, whereas with « N the Teotdad Line wil) leave New
soads; and maoy a car kept just out ACY List eytup thealfected parte could not be | York tur Trinidad vis Grenada on the
aidé Ube limite of the torn ls constanily peached, and bara would — result | dad. August luldand ip due toanivebere] lewerara, 00 agers,’ ly Gordou,

.————--
used in the Lown, and yet would escape Lhrough beaumbing the stomech with | o2 the Gith Aujusl 1028, Grant & Co. Lid.
a ‘ AYANO. ~The 06. * Bayaro” of the | Onuma, Delt stir, Sunil TT tou
fig ovceuianeomnss ia | FOOTBALL 7 PRINCES et SAT ct caenen the |Ontat ENG Si, s TE tat
outside the town. There fe tu our TOWH

New York vie Grenada on te th Asguat | --n9 gers, iy Koyal Mail Steam
miod no doudt that a general wheel Vuket Do.

, frou Catarth in (be acse and throat | lyty and ia dee to arrive there ow the i7th
Hoe
_ lm ire col td be Jin-
- PORT-OF-SPAIN- tekaTand houtd‘tae tan (pore
a nd 0

















have bees a chronic sufferer

wedi ES













for over eight years. 3 think | have | aug
spent four hundred dollars tryiug lo fat 101
geteretief. 1 bave speot but olz doliars






















The f Nowing will re t the
Plantere F.C. agaiuet {he Vivace





























































































{
. — ge this; but we do pot) Town F.C. in a return urate be fon Catanshbozene, and have been oou-
¥ — " yom eat lt should be done at | plazed on Knollys Recreation cfrogu | Pletely vated and cr fact, hare low : CLOSING OF MAILS. °
T AND HOLT LINE OF STEAMERS] stcyeiisiecoutetecitiy to iss at brino Tamm, tonworvee the god | elie fod et ed aa Bare » Glangow Direct .
bo mia! eo x . a ik pOgary se 2 Deal webb ol wae: cr ~—
F Vu B . : are nzelves, for the eet tmemwent ‘of | sharp. ™ permanently. Yours sincerely igued) Line of Stenmers. | Malte for Desageers Suri oa. e sud 1
Ss ARBADOS TO New York IN SEVEN Days. tbele own affaire, but which, we take} oal- It, M; Tory. SituaM Hauam Weockville, Ont” Tus Taian Surverae | Geen Auguet af 1 Site
Salting Dates, 1012. yisgea oe dieaty jer’ tee] ates Pir a J Mabon | GHEr esas raat oe se Faaae um | ates To dope TS ce
jovernioent withou' o'r coveent ' 6 wo uwuthe’ oulfit Aguiren, at. *
Poiie way. On the ober band, | Half becke-K. Hobsoe, A, Piek-{rvie'e $1) susaller aise, Oia. ab all NROWN OF LEON The ge." Ucowa iis for Tobago per ILMS. “Spey *
if tbe burougbs are sllowed not} therne. dealers, of the Catartboaune Oospany, | \/ of Leon) of the Gis-u w Diepet lane slowed 4,
—_———————————— | now impose thelr own whert tar, anil Forwards UE fT Rose, 0, 1, | Butfalo, NY. and Kingston, Cagada, is expected here frome Gungow ¥ Lwpm Tegtsirsiioa poe “
‘Avgustiith & August Zl work it for # year or tao, thesewill be | Bennett, O- V. Gibbon, Ke oe . | Sole Ageots. Sith Bros & On, The ou uf about the 10th August, .
Avrustlin, t | dotzad | peting to drgeue ie doverouest | eratcas thar | Meneees Orug shaiemmi ty Unger wiles St =
bepteubae 34th Kept 2 Foe reed seemmptlug. It they 80 _——— “ To The Pan Tuat Baas Revgee
Bepiember 77th October 3d the brougbs, szemptiog, if they 00 | o-r-—r— ” y | Antz a Aad = , “ =
Ootover 1eub etorer diet, | UnoK Be pelle ee Sree Tyc | uaa tinal Qmvcxtteeliare fous apd itaoy Weabow hake Pane — | Waten Beraite Outi — De 208 | eal be tw spprecend feelings of fulnee.
Cotober zitb or tleoe, whea rs shall bave been J bile Weve ier Geen lie te} le “ay see oe iin testes ue uy eT nthe “nd vain i be ieee he soon
we a
Aconmmodation at-Noderate rates, to estiuale correotiy the actual annaal tw . tarsy | appease before it There tsno kouwn | give i tle ed er Jerly, to bes eli ‘with, Dee Kell ith
SpaTiiiit Sut epectalty catered for, | yield pf the wheel tax lo each of the | away ibe prowd i. Jee a, vorely logue
ited withe eed KAS ity nipse Telogre cas Toane, thee might be Trap ge | pus at prepare « close wer ‘tor the oe tae nue ean com: | uetural sad “iabeut eftent Others, y a batean be taken ta bef
> \* ust. ,
of pemage and: elfurthet jnformatto , meet eae meet taxa uae ee new shia Tt lathe taognlaed ivater sequence Ib rake | “we ame ital | thousavds of . have vUlfered. ma velief. These pills are erwelall coun

Yop caer bewt have wieely turned ty poumse te deal with dyopepela, and

pely to
CO. Ages pa bape } ginvng oils aad wyrivde Uf peuple can
ALSTON g eves ® wreduated scale for bean aed | eonity ther it heeded woe olber ulbs all its fewous y and icped ty stecting qua he peek
y outter. ict u puatege thin very dey. con by foc by legiouy of useen, .

og Poparimect. equstey, failed wbter se erpeuitore place eunug

om © -_ooe

ABE ~GEO, Rk;

ed
. th vie
. .
e . ‘ . f
et” ll
. - fees ek hee OE ee oe oe ' ~. nn ereeerernnenerenasiat
_ __ oo —_













La iss Parasols from -

Ladies Trimmed and Vateimoned Hats at
jes Coreeta from



want a Daisy

$1.60
FLOWERS and FEATHERS very “cheap ; RIBBONS" ! RIBBONS! all cheap.

WATF

hnntherict of
Ladies Hats.

URINGSthis week we opened up ten mote cases of
LadiesSHats and have marked the lot very cheap ;

because we are getting overstocked in Hats.” Do you

iat? If so wee usat once.

also opened up a shipment of CORSETS.



: ‘ate Ladies Trimmed Java Hate at
. BDeup| Ladies Short and Long Gloves from
Panel up Lathes Silk Blouses at 7

i AT .
The? Pioncer of Cheap Prices,

*







Wo have






» 2te, 900 and wo
"91.20 each







not have algned that pledge, and that
he soes not hold Id ft ibghtly or he would
not have for it so carefully. 4 I
agree with him gered to one who keepa bim
welf from such things has a character to
offer a security”.—Firvhan

CITY POLICE COURT. ,
{Before ie. G,-¢ C Peon: B40.)

A _Constabl Cars sinner i
ASA UL: e ee charge!
Geo Davis with assaulting and
one Mary Scrabb. Defendant

peat ae ei Bhe pal he kicked
the cana] near Marine

16 got several bruises and a
Ho did thie because she

ing tagzaol some:

er down
Square.
_,eprained arm.
was the cause cf his
time ago for ateallog, Be er watee, eod from
“that time be had been threatening to
beat ber, Defendantdid not deoy this,
lle was floed 4% or twenty-one days
- Imprisonment with hard Jabour,

Fiastino-—Constable Lawrence chargest
Jeon Ileadley, Arnold Bourne aod
Henry Mugzins with fighting. The evl-
dence showed that Lleadley Is watch
man of lands aioe the old

frm whieh
ae Mugsing

ne!
wrestled with chim to got awa:
talled Bourne to asalst hb + and Tiweete’
butted Bourne down and ran away
Jiugwins was fined 10s or seven days aod
the other two dlamissed,

AssaULt,—Diewiern. -~Constable Cod
ringtoa charged lona Remy with beating
Miriam Corbin at Charlotte atreet.
Alter hearing the evidence the Magistrate
diasolased the case.

Figurine, ENeca James and Lilian
Jamon were chargel by Constable Thomas
with fightin, The ev faonee showed that
Lilian was the oflonder and she was con
vieted and fined 30s, or fourteen days,
Eideca was discharged.

[pence Srna

PUTNAM’S.CORN _—EXTRAC-
TOR RIDS FEET OF CORNS.

Whiatany corn needs is the soothing
influence of Putnain’s Painless Corn
and Wart Kxtiactor, which in twenty-
four hours lifts out every root, branch
sod etefn of corns and warts, Just
clean siddauce to the old offehders—
that's the wey Pulnam’s Painless Corn
and Wart Extractor acts lefuse a
substitute preparation for Putnam's
Hatiactor, 5c, at drupglets,

Sule Agente: Sulth Brow & Co. The
Bonsaza Drug Store.





ROSS BAZAAR SALE

In Marine Square

Tea $3.00, Dinner Sets 36.50
up.



Se

Stoeck-Taking

.

EXCLUSIVENESS.

hes best dressed men cannot te cor
aegtly described as strikingly dressed,
|, tobe strikingly dressed, at least
poner ng to one cult, indicates bad taste.
Clothes that impel attention do ec because
they have some quality which is cither
ue, and nelther of these
used in conection with any

bisarre or
words can
marment that ts in good tas’

The beat dreased Ronowethe superiority
of thelr appearance tore to the super
quality of the iateriata which compose
thelr garinents, And tye the superiative
excellence of the workmanship by which
the garments have been fashioned,

Butit to be well dressed necessitates
the avoidance of the grotesque aod
bizarre, it equally necessitates the avold
anve of the hackneyed and atervoty

importers, iinporting es they do
in cantities which are over Jarge In com
tlson with their sale, have-—of necess
ty~ to select auch designs as wlll ap:
to thelargest possible number oh thelr
clients. Hlence, the hackne: an
stereotyped nature of the guols rch are
merketed bere.

lg Ben woull not be the hartorial
Speclalist that he is, had he pot, at # very
early perlod, recognleed the necessity of
intraluciog # diferent state of affairs,
He did thigwith another of bis innova
tlona—Exciusive Sultings,

Exclusive Suiting are goods purchased
from the most exclusive woollen houses
inthe world. They ars goods of the very
best quality, and of the very newest
denigas, nd there in but one aingle suet
fram uch pattern an advantage that
enables careful bu ren to select
deaigna which it would be a passl lle for
hin to fnport in fonger Teng ha. ~Heyond
this, it atlows him to offer to his clientele
an enormoun Increase In the range of
selection,

Ben Rice has purchased 8 tremendous
qyantlty of these Exclusive Suitings Coa
the coming season, Jieexpects the first
thipment of some three hundred Sults
withio the next few daya, This makes an
interesting announcement to lovers of
poot clothes, when it is borne in mind
that these Sultings have been pleked
trom the world's best by the most expert
enced dartoilal Specialist in the Weat
indies,

eee



Often what apne Ar to be most trivial
occurrences of jife prove to be the
moat eorentonn, Nany are dieposed
te régard a cold us a slight thing,
Hererving of little cousideration, aud
thie neglect often resulls {[n moet
serlous Siluente entailing yeare of
sulfeing Delve out colds and coughs
with Bickle’s Antl- -Coneuinplive Syrup,
the recognized remedy for all alTec-
tious of the throat and Junge.



Mrs. DRAYTON'S HEALTH HOME,

BAYRIDGH,

HASTINGS, - MARBADOS, iv.
(The second house on the righe st
Jeaviag Hastiozs Rock

we
{BEAL SITUA TION 1 ersonee UL
A BATHING

Tram Care are available ever bel! boar,

Paylug Gnests are accondsd every
conf ire on Rearonsble. Terms.(1

Adres
Telephone 78t.— Aug, L--Im.

TRINIDAD,
Ia the Supreme Court of Trinidad and

‘obag:
kummary Jue Jurisdiction, Port-of-Spaln,
No, 5t

» Netw
Louis Wataon ~Plalotit
Pierre Marillaa ‘Figero—Defendant,

pane NOTICE}ie hereby given that
pareoany t te the Ordes herein of Hie
Honour, Mr, Jastice Kassell dated the
Ulub day of April 1912, aod to snotber
Ocder of the. sald Mr, Jastica Hassell
herein dated the 25th day at 1 Jaly 112,
there willbe pus up for Sale before the
dorraot ths Court Moves, Peet -Spaic,
on Thareday thel2sh day of September
1912, betweea the houreof I and 2pm.
All aod Singaler that oertala piece or
arcel of land sitaate at Tocoio the I+.
acd of Trinidad, comprising 4 acres, 3
roods and 39 perches be the same more or
lese delineated in (he diagram anvered to
the Crowa Grant re
CVILt, fvlio 37, and abutting oa the
North on a Road reasrved 30 iiake wide,
ou the Sonth and East oa Crowa Jand
aud 05 the Weston a Jizad reserved 30
links wide separatiog ittrom land of Ss,
Hulalre Montqaette,
Dabed this 27h mer ot of Jalve 12,
MPSON,
“Regittrer.

GEORGE E. MGLEAH,

Watch Repairer aud3Jeweller,
No. 24, FREDERICK §z,
CHEAP WATCHES CLOCKS AND

JEWELLERY,

S ctacles and Bye Glasses to
suit all 1 oe

istered in Volume





tM ae &00,|

OFFER Fou BALA

Bx. 44. Conway
Bulphuric Adid In Déuns of
5 Owta,

>
Be. 3.8. Grenada
No. 1, Oakdale Oloomargarine
5's and 25's.
Ex, Store and to arrive.

Brazilian Cigars in boxes of
100 and 200.

Finest Havana Cigars,

Old Port Wino.

Gautler’s Brandy in all sizes.

Bt. Raphael Wine.

Finest Scotch Whisky.

Olilendorff's Cocua Manure.

Fire Bricks “*Gascube."

&, Chacon Street,
20th July, 1912.



Hevea Brazilicnsis Seeds

ae

EW CROP SEEDS from

healthy trees growing on
the Non Parcil Estate, Sangre
Grande, (originally from Coy-
lon sceds and stumps) will
shortly be ready tor delivery.

Intending purchasers may
obtain full particulars froni
and should notity their re-
quirements as_ carly as possi-

ble to
8. W. FITT,
c/o G. It Alston & Co.

Also to : Jas. A. Wavx,
Sangre Grande.
Ju'y 71m. -

Smith Robertson & Co

OPPER FOR SALB
Ex 3.8. "“ Maracas’,

1 Case Finest HAVANA CIGARS—
1,000 Conchas Finas-"* Gaye
Zam Londres ity Gay.

{500 Cazadores—"*,,

And ex Recent Arrivals, 3

LCase BRAZILIAN CIGARS -- {
Boxes of I and ator:

30 Cases Nuestro D PO

6) Cases ST Raraace WINE aJ

00 Cases OLEOMAKGHRINE — Ten.

ale No,
100 Cases GAUTER’S BRANDY *
2530 Pone Ford & Cacning Best band
BRISTOL TEMPER LIME,
ACON 8T

A. REET,
10th February, 1912







WIFE NOTICE.

pue public are be reby notified ‘that I
will not ho’d myaelf responsible for
any debt or debte contracted by my
Avausta she having left my bourne and
protectlou since Monday June 20th,
(signed) ) EDWARD AUDAIN,
31 McDonald &. Woodbrook,

obemned



Prices from To-morrow :







'
best |
mt









= ia aillard,

Hl POPULAR.

The Cash Store.

OLD —

YOUR MIGHTY

Dollars

AUGUST 5th,

WE ARE COMING WITIf

A-HARVEST OF BARGAINS

é
FOR You.
—_—_——_—
The Storeat Which You Cap Bhop With Confidence,
eV! Te

“One Price Only! | Ysfro Nowhere Like Maillard’s,

JUST RECEIVED | THE STANDARD HOTEL
* Corner South Quay and Heary Street,

Kmperor Frederick
Spring Water

A High- Classftable Water
reconimended jby Medical
authorities, For Salo by

~ SCHJOLSETH & HOLLER
The Dominion of Canada Guaraiigm
FRESH and Accident Insurance Col

FINANCIAL STATEMENT December 31st, 10
BEEF | a '

BALANCE SHEET, Re

LIABILITIES, ASSETS.

Reserve Premlum {oer < Mualcipal (Debentutes rt
ernmot Standar ow $135,707 53 | Mortgages

Reserve Claim 27,072 74 | Ofice Furnitare

He serva Claime (Addittonn!













eaoer se









wat

Free Insuvare









A FEW VACANT ROOMS FOR PERMANENT §

Lato
FOR Room :

$25.00 PER MONTH. sxouon

EXEOLLENT TABLE -COOL AND AIRY 3 i
July 10th, 1912, i





ae



— ! UuD wy
“0 Sarplaa | to Po feyholders » él ts is] rea ue fa coure ot Ga a
ection an: al y
Roastand Steak - | Qash'in Bank sad-cobecd a
eoia6ut Tt NM wae
—_

15 cents} per Ib.
Premium 45 per r annum for £1,000 Insurane
«0, GIETENS. Gene

7 [O% Marine Sqaare, teat
AN IMPOI IMPORTANT INNOVATION.

try “Tho Orinoco

Brisket —12c pr lb,

~——o——

GRONEY & CO.

27th June.

GHANCE OF ADDRESS.














_, — Bargains!

——AT-—

MILLERS STORES!..:

er

for high-class workmanship
Boot-making Department,” No, 70 Sackville Stree &
soles and other repairs undortaken. All work
promptly and leaves the factory with a
guarantee,

Iv 1%b—Im, _ meen a
IMPORTANT.

To Shoppers and tl and the General Pub

OUN attention incalied torhe “ENGLISH CAKE Establishnen Mf
Sevyos, oppod-2 ADA MOON'S PRIKTEEY, whlob will be opeoed of salem
Sim fasten’, eA you can get the bees Osker, Tes, Coocolate. Cobos,
say, Apated Waters, K gerebien, aod Te ead Tobaccg, ete, ;

Lyueion’s Chocolatos and







Sun isn

Office,
(LONDON.)
Established 1710.







We have marked down hundreds of Lines in all Departments, They the ee ont in} Ate madd with tho best_ot materials They He lS
have got to be Cleared out before Stock- -Takine. - Oi further notice the IW 1ci-WEOos Quit

FOR KEEPING AWAY. AND PREVENTING MaSQuITO® [9

affuirs of the Agency will _Â¥ROM BITING,

be conducted at 33, | cary
Street, next door to tho
‘Aranjuez” Farm Dapdt,



ee

ww WILL PAY yOu TO SHOP

DIRECTIONS FOR USE Haba lew drops, of (t aboyt the tase #8
saad sprinkle afew dropa about the bed:
Keeps away Mosquitoes, Files, Hleas, Bugs,

Sold at PAR'S PHARMACY, Belinonts

L









W. I. REID, i

x Agent} a

é . Yelepbor e 170 FLO, Hox 208, ~ —— ‘
Private Tuition. cerns

. TUE undert, Berean we]

STORES, ees eras bees
: . xlug. a se the peoelt "cht monies dug 48 vee

5) nstcnsune [ESR RER rs [eee ae

Ph Gallon (new) Tanks

July & 18. saat Street.

Tie Mey, Wi

THIS WHE. megane, meno

—— pn










“NO 9914 VOL. XXXI





GALET.










TRINIDAD THURS'



* FOR RENT:

. eRe s. @ asd 2
‘Aiton Street, Kumieton drawiog,
dining, three bsdroome aad pectry,
Kiteben, bathand eerrants roons, sewerage
aod electric Highs installed, for particule
ly at A'blon Street, of to
ake Lavmi, Broomteld, St. eYoeph—
Ang. 1-26.
ek RRNDAST. CLAIR VILCA—
No, 15 Mareval Hoad about 1UU feet
from St. Clair Avenue, coroer of the
Baranesh, lately occupled by Dr Koagge,
comprising 3 tepms, 3 small 100me, draw.
ing and dining rooms aod large gallery

hare
4,
OVELALK, Court Heuer,
AOR KENL.—Premwwen No. 024
South Quay formerly occupied by
The West lodian Hogineering an
Notor Supply Co. Apply to Witsons
(G9. &T.) i ewtre Je y 3i,—In.
= Marive Kesidence * belie
~Vae,”- Tre healthiest and -best alte:
ated place at Useparee Siegert’s Bey with
lano aod al] convenience for a large fam-
ly will ba vacant on the 12-4 eptember
11d. Apply to ALBERT A. SIKGRRT,
Biegert’s Factory George Street 6 and 8,
Jay B—lm,
wk Tvlt REN? -Cotege No. | ar Sh Fran
cols Valiry Road, contalaing drawiog
rn dloing rqom, 2 todioomy, froit ysis
ery and (he usuat oad offices, Water on

the Fe Pith Lely. _
~~ Comtertauie Cobcage,

k Nov, Oaaacery Lane, contalatog foar
apirtmenis with usost out hoarse, Im
melute posession, Hens moferate,
sa, Cusraina, Albert H:reat,

Keya can ‘ve chisfeed at Smith, Kober
pon & Use., 3, Caagon Street. —Jaly 2dvh.

potest Uottage NOT Westbury
Lane, Hehuent, containing %
bed rooms, drawlog and dining reom,
shower bath, etc, recently palnied.
Reot §? per month. Apply to ARTHUR
VY, Moxtrickenn, | The Oriterion” 84
Frederick Street, Telephone 472—July
ae
or avd boalthy sesi-

dence sttusted No, 4 Park St, newly
Paloteld aod put ia good order with four
Ledevoms, recep 103, sittiug aad dinivg
Togus9, eivetiic light, ont ufhse ete., tome
diate powerelon, Apply Nos Cork sh
omJoly 21s.

{OK RENT.—2he soummodiour twu-

storey. Hssideuce ‘* Woodcourt'
Oobloait Arenae, b . Anos, sow oceup ed
by Mr E Wileun-Juves, sontainiog,
dovateire, Jlatl, rant aad Drawing
Room , tad), Bathand Pantry and wide
Galleries froot, aide aud back ; upetatre,
4large Bedrooms and Dressiog oom,
Bath, sod wide Galleries front acd side,
Catvillees const of Kitchen, 3 Bervanta’
Rooms Bath and Hiable or Garage,
Gawers and Electtio Light throughout,

Voseesawa let August. All parcucalara

oo ayplestion to ALEXANOKK HAE,
Me-sru, GQordos, Grant & Os, Lid,
Viva. ot Muilding. Jaly W—Im)
jr iP RENT. —Farowwed or anfaromnea

Houe (sewly painted) with every
sitisted op
mooths only








with allout otees and stsbling,
oda Reav ¥W Apply to




eonveniwace for s Jamily,
Queen's Mark East, for 3
fiom lat September. Moderate rental,
Apply * "X" efa © Port-r-Spria Unastte’,
Pa coletyale, -Joly lua in,

pur INT — Collage No, 0 Alvot!
Lape com priving Drawjng room
didloy room, t loome and
vagal out-oflicem. J Reutal 89.00, -— July
hI,
yor RENT. —Lnse donrebie two
opoorey Dwelling House No, 2), Vice
torls Avenue, over ooking 5 quitiity
Syuure Hevt §.0) monthly. Possce
siva Lat Akane Fo Ales chat Scat ate
Dre re ting Lvuse No, 3, Scanmore Areoue,
modera conveniaces, [teat
ssw monthly. Powession 15.4 July,
For parucalara p'ease ayply to CAS,
STOLLWEYEN's Ottre, No. 5, Ihismarond
Bacet, Texpioae No 155, -Jaly Jf.
yee REN1=Diy dock Tor docking
lighteze apply to CHAB, Wake, Moa
ter bur ver Butera twoortie July 3rd—la
noo SOREN t-Rua-Lin'’s (8 & 8 broume
etter BL Cieir), Cweaburey dwell
puss coutalnts & 5 bedruouy , lavatory,
dtewieg. dinlug aud 1itiog rue, library
ead gallery, Uvwer gardoa, etabies alc,
Vossee pion Let Angas, 1912, ah bely wi.
L, Acuad, Bihiewvor,—J aly 2-10,

__FOR R SALE.

K OK SALE, ~One Share tu the Pro- Pro-
1" perty of The toole Syndicate, Hor
pergevare apply toknuo Ku soc
Vincent Street Porvot Spaince
sie July,— dua
WhO BALE Oneasp for the Usso.—
al Oce Germ Piano 1: good order,
Ales one we fuar-suiaged Dulles Bor,
Apply et Telowad Munca' atl, Charlotte
Suet, oJ. FE. Donawa, Fisoo Pacer,
oy sy 2s ble,
vA. Btylish Mare, aso
fio isl viey with. wed aed
4 goodond . rder, i be wlawed an
all eortion ere K ae at’ aperanca’
Lata! , Calforuia, - SCOLT, BOYD
& Co,, Port-of Spa. July atib—¥e,
TF SOT BALE ~A flu selectiun of ROBG
PLANTS. ready for removal. Ap
ply to IH. UL Gervasa c/o Boojoolal,
aorner a Deis, Lung Curcular

July 20-]u,
feat “ei. kuoen Nesine
oetied U.ar wg
betercn teners oud
ty aed feet-cleee bathing





I
reallence
pare,
sede Buy,
place,

~ aAlao—
The Hppee yerbt “ Jessica’ of 18 tras
ba dae Tah sole and gverythusg ¢ B-
pe fra ly we-wur by Amy te

eG ror, July bani
rs,

¢ 8. Wainisa, Apes'go Aca a










pou

ressonable offer

Twenty-two Barrack Rovio oo two lots
of nad sttaate at No, 17 Warner Street
a New Town, Apply to the ollloe of thie

peper.Jale 5—Im.






For Saloor Ront
ie SALE OR RENT—Thet dlesirable

Coteage, 7 Layan's
with two love of land.
bedroome, parlour, reading
room, servants roome &ec.











terne with hata room and usa

Rent mo era'e, Apaiy
Josury, 4t Duke At.

P OW SiL.e Un MeNY
Py Near at Road coupon
talatag, gulery,

oatoMine Sewerage ant

BALE=AT A BARGAIN, Not
will be

‘The honse bis Hive

TolvS tm

Toad wbialiag on 7,75) «7. tt of aad coa-
deawiag, dinlog, @lerge
hedroone, with s (draseing teom, psotry,
kitchen, sievants’ rovns, ateblos and all

refused,

eoveryâ„¢ da
hie Aseletants, who held

Ha, tending the

Belmont,
room, vieltor’e
Two larga ole-
out oft es,
to — Ronent

juvenile athletes.



schoulroou — where
themselves of the



LU nteage No
ie Swear Belae



were then dlsteibu

Breotrte Light



—AT=

Stophons, Ltd.

August 1.--1e,

FOR S ATH.

LU aed Siogulac that
parcel of lasd situate
envile kuowa os ‘Bele

lanted with frait trese and eoces wi

Ouse thereon measuring
fees bounied on the Nos
Kendrick Muaroe, con

Janda of Roasiie King acd Jave Steware,
on the [ust sud Woet by the Maia road,

Apply to LOUIS PAR!
Naison Street.
Dated this oth day of J

LOUL

PUBLIC NOTICE

UF hereby given that all pereuns haviag
clalmna or demands agatost or apon thy

estate ot Witllaa Neleon

Charlotte Stree in the Town of Port-of-
Spain who died on the 17th May 110 are
to be nent to me the wadersigaed
ab my offee No, 43 Nelson Street Put-of-

teqaired to
Spata full particulsrs of

demands on er before tha Stet day of
Augus? uext sad Notioa it hereby fur-

ther given thetas the o:

abore tims I will procead to adm aietar the

estate of the deceased su

entitled there o bar og togard ouly to the
which [ shali thea

cluime and demande
have had notice.
Dated thie ah any of J

Executor of wii ea Reine! DD co wed.

uly Z7.—1m,



VICTORIA INSTITUTE

cate aed

Medals

BY HIS‘EXCELLENCY

R. LE RUNTE G.

ON

Friday the 2nd A

AT 4.00 PML PRE

Acmisnion F2»xee,



certain pieoa or
at North Lev.
Vae” parol

turther particulars.

2D) feet by 12
Apply to

th by [uci of
the South by
VAN of No, 43
nly 1912,

3 FARFAN,

Angant J -20



pure, These use
lateof No 12k

rich claims or | July Si.—tw.

xpiration of the

ong the persons

uly 1912
a Yaltean,

SIR GEORCE
CMC.

ot 5 doa, battles o10h,

ugust 1912
CISELY.



BARBADOS.

MARINE *

Will remain

For tho Summer Season

Of 191
Under the well-kt

agement of

MR. EN. ARMSTRONG

INCLUSIVE
RATES May to

HOTEL

Open Doc. snd, 1921,



2.

town man.

November,









R . vil . x 7 NOHINEAL |
zh, ROM 45 bots | bpiragns vn pare Mal Brerrcmo Floral Orders PALATABLE. GODOL. | SINGUINEAY
. rounk 1 Of | secon July 1Sch—fen ~~ Ee “Tree hcag < gt ae mi | Provtstots, {Goes
Apel! 1?th—1) 0,—Bew, ——e . TOGeOs, age se
Ross B Notice DAMES (eh iahan aie tee ther s comssiaaxur
oss Bazaar Sale Avewite mice ASE. te | SPECIAL MASONIC DESICNs, | CODOL, set speesi cae

In Marine Square
Pots un Pedestals 62.40 up.

pus Pedic cad Her

SUCCESS VILLAGE
(Communicated.)
Laventille was Kept ligaly. on “Die

i by rs, Head
Leacher of the ( veriiment Setroot and
a school treat
and athletic sporte for the, pupile at-
ool The parents,
friends and ‘other inhabitants raced
the ooeasion by witneselng the eporte
which were keeoly contested by the
Sports being over.
atipio,, the pupile repalred to the
enjoyed
‘oo things which
were prepare f for them, and tue prizes} sale of Bedroom Faveiture in Op,

INSPECTION
“Jaly Bb, dw.

SALE AT SHORT NOTICE.
THURSDAY NEXT.
are PRICE CO. are Inatructed

the

esere XN

Higeby and J. Moore to the winners.
So far aaathletic sports are concerned
in tho village, we must congratulate
the Head Teacher and his aasietants
on their first venture, ae euch sports

by M



J. N. HARRIMAN & Co.

Marine Squ Mes

MARSEILLE JARS. JARS.

DENSONS desirous of keeping their Alesa
health should use MAHKSEKILLE
JARS which keep water clear sod
al articlas nisy be

obtained at moderate prices at

3, Charlotto St.

Onpoelte Meeers, GR. Alatoa & Uo.

Corry &Co siz

CELEBRATED ,BELFAST

GINGER ALE,

wharwrmrmmimrs

A SMALL SHIPMENT] OF

Has just boon rocewod from the] ss
above firm, in handy sized casos

Suitable for private ‘families
Clubs, &ce

PRIOES On to {MOatION

RUST TROHBHIDGE & 0

Bole Agonts, Trinidad,

TONIC BEI BEEF (S &D)

ILE Best! ant Ttichost ‘Tonic
that man can ever obtain,
Thin tonic is composed of
vhoren and reliable elements
in eristende, Strengthens the
vee » pRysloms and pruduces a won-
1ON'THLY torful aul innocent rewtiltin
avhort time ; 4 trial will eun-

3 Frederic

urtvate trey;

fostalies. Appl. th -!
fostalies. pply on thi op euismw -‘uly reall y on enliven the parents and
~~. ta sell by
Sal é id
WANTED. liver, TERDINE prrites sad strange
vA TAN aR the cosy. bloom of health to. the cheek, | POUltEy.
@ rosy bloom of heal @ cheek,
i , ae [stand kt
TO TAILORS. Peucte may te otalnat ‘wholesale and bred Bi Birds, ~Saleat one o'clock,
coop VEST MAKERS WANTES The. Bonanza Drug Storea, and all the | =

a
Telangt__Vnermscios ttreachout e! Absent Owner

BICYCLES FOR SALE
CHEAP.
TO CLOSE CONSIGNMENT.

QuVERAL Bieycles of well-

known English make.’ For wousin i Geach Btrect, Aims, now
$12 per woath—Price
$960.00 (FHA cub $430.00 mori gage

DESIR

Ar ins

Aod mil eecrifice them ig order toeffeot s

rented

routed fr

at8perceo!) Tula proparty hes col- aod Beddiog, Pre sea, Wash
tage, otabies, nad large ouihouees fa Stinds Toilet Tables, Cupboards,
yacl, aud cocetitates = grest bargain Wardrobes, Toilet Ware, Com:

ab thes above
COA ESTA
‘ans throug’

dtiving rat
—Terms $1 &
N,B.— This,

jog from 8

Goodes receivd for ssie at all Umes

, WARD PRICE & CO-

AV gond auartmant of HOUSK:
WOLD" FURNITURE for aste by

August Ist, at thelr Sale Rooms,
about 67 head of Pure Bred and

compriving Brahmas, Rbode
eds, Black Mioocras, and cross

‘THE CUNDERMENTIONRD

nodae tse J t Sach ueet, Avina, now
“po. eos euaply tor eure, — Price $180

'
sone 2,000 bearing trees, cvcrs house,
aad also a Lapis a veliog boas. G vod

f over 15 per coos
ame 3) firet mortgazos ((xI008) pay-

For facther particulera ot thasoracy
«fhe abure, please spply to

SMITH BROS. & CO.,

Exuber at Port-ol-Spala or Arima,






















k Stivet--Tel., 1a

tate,
anode of all

ths i-cladse avery ole

INVITED,

USINE

auctlon-on Thursday,
ther

the colony
by Pub

TURE

ESTO SELL — | comprisioy

2 », :
Properties, Har

nets oF

per mouth, and bas

fig re.
TE = (L’Ocapge) River
h the estate whioh bes

la athe door, Oash $1,400

ga766 return
Clg the past yosr,

Dropert

percent. to 12 per cent,

Joly 24tn—Le, “Sale
A) mon Cassava,
No, 14,

“ eee No,
«lw.

NOTICE.

ITVUB Tomit Fire Pas Pass Fee will be bald

at Bolssloe

tae on Acgut 4
Jaly 18

ry VA HAMSIY VEER

Tomii Fire Pase Cuurceb,
Joly 20d, 1912,

Annual Distribution of| Sweet & Dry Ginger Ale, |tne MOST SIU STIRRING

TONIC WATER &
SARSAPARILLA ieee.

’ NUE Sioklog of the Tite nic " and Great
pegs disasters ia the

St is the
most stupandou

Word pictures

Lhe frst week fa

fence—daly ste

OIL

(Paes nodertigue he fa

“ Crowa of Cutucea,'
ing OH Well Dibiliog
Ooe ex ra heavy Biee! De riot, with Ball
Wheel and all Gerlngs bbesves-Drilling

are, Wren bea,
Elevators, Mall
Rope = brilsda,
qsintopale with
wmariag ewive}
thtowi out, tue

408 wu shack
i Pe ete.,

alny to

Pp, toot ‘pate,
Qiod

Trinidad B

enalnnsd out 40 give any ie ia ” WOUg MM, Ma TUNG.

AaTom!o G @tZENDO, |

“a7, Klwards .
Jey wb. is,

Port -ot-tip.

& D, HARDING

quired OF CASS AVA are re
red to be delivered at Port-of-

Spaio aie day after haracst
price wanted aud comaiunica eto the

8 wlaqee’. wok fon the St Ore bermis

pert. What more! Get a copy from
Louis WiLtraMs, Canvasaor, of
fown, who will be a lalting the Cit

DRILLING HACHINGRY

Beatlog Swivele, Wire
owiree,

fonder. particulere and pricee
Randolph Rust,

Agent for Het kins Mackintosh Hetroleaus
sand loving On, L de

~ THER

















ing. State

9B, Ubatlotie Street, NDER

followlo,

Villige. staravel, about

wee 1912, Lhe Hie wul be
binst., a 5

AvAN,
Vicar,

Table,

Plymouth



you muss
beat description of thle
@ catastrophe writtea.
sublime, Siustrations

‘rinoes
during Barone leaving the O.lony, ts willlog
bi to sell ble Ford O re Best bQual it pat rioss to defy competition. Watches, lous,
‘mo peat ne slant workiog order ani ma vaaae wie ired ‘by 5 patent wroremen. It will be to your 64

WELL



2urb, VID

vd bs ust. tecelved per
the follow:
Moechinay, vis1—

tutes, Drive Kips

Ulucks, (one
38" sheaves, and

beat, rouse bushed
guatsape with 1s”
le.) Fishing Wola, Wire

50 Bags



eetric Ju Ltd

n

DAY AUGUST 1

WARD PRICE & C)/ AUCTIONSALES

Auctionsers, Valuers, Estate Agents

THE CITY SALE ROOXS,

A. G, Porteous & Co., Ltd,

«l UCTIONE ERS,
G2, Buuth Quay, Port-ol-Spain,
NALE ol Pre retort of alt kleds urgo-

Before yoa g> to the Stores pass io and
see tf vogean ge) what you require from
ux—Jaly Sb, 1912,

wee

{Important ‘usin Sale

TO BE HELD ON

Lhursday, 1st August

am 10 fee
BAYOURED with instructions from
. D. simpson Evq., Kngineer,of tho
Us ne Ste, Madeleine. (who is leaving
}, the undersigned will offer
is Auction. o
next, the let day of Ai fhapunt.
ie entire HUUSLHOLD FURNI-
(in five rooms and gallery),
comprising :~

‘Tables. of many kinds; Palntiogs,

Victures, Chromos, Mate and Rugs,

ian ing and Bracket
is. Mo

Drawing-room and
Chain, Rockers, Smokers’ Cabi-

Rattan and
Chairs,
Oabioet, Mend

mode, Itefrizerator, Break fast, Dio-
berand Coffee Services, Glarwrre
and many other itemé of house-
hold and general utility,

The Sale to Commence at. 1 p.m,

Terms Cash Before Delivery
Refreshmente provided.

W. 8. ROBERTSON & CO. Lro.

Sana Fernendo,
Lad aad July 11.

of Furniture, -

Thursday, 8th August, 1912.

undersigned will offer for sale the

wtousehold Faraitare and Eifasts,
Ice Chest, Cupboard, Iron Table, ¥
Tables, Blinds, Towel racks, thatie,
hangers, Pillars, Chamber ware,
pipeslug Tables, Side board, Dining
‘ardrobe.

AND FOR OTHER INTERESTS :—
4 pale Thorowgbbred Tuggenberg Kids,
Opaira Pigeons, 1 leg

aod sundries as will appear,
Terma Cash
SALE



AFORD CAR FOR SALE

Mfr. J. D. SELELIER,

two new tyres for $30 Oisu.—daly



T. GEDDES GRANT

Jas; Racolvel Bx 88 Br 83. "Qcamo!

80 Drums Large Cod,
5 Ticrees HADDOCK

50 Bales HAY

90 Boues Blucnose CHEESE

1000 ttn [OLGARS & CIGARED

20 Tanks Batgers ‘Sweets wabibited, The coly CIGARS and °
100 Drums Carhi interaato ome

ii aags MOLASCUT,
" "Cotton Beed Moal
J » Oilmoal Maple Leaf

MEO mach wy say,



our riLownan,

MN
| Grey du. bans AGEL,

June Mtb. 2 ols





aa ae XY a

Ca ; Tce ae i we

uP ~~ 1 ee
ily ONE Px i



EX. &.S. “SAN MAH

— FROM —

NEWPORT NE We





receive Fornttnre a
Nints for asle atl the Lime:









3.888 tons Berwinds Standss

—Yoo



. —ALSO—
EX RECENT ARRIVAL@s
2,300 Bags No. 1 Nagra |

STEDMAN ARG

THE
OF



STE. "MADELEINE,

6



any

i



ou




Thareday



18th Juno 1912,




various kinds, Book Cases,



WHITE -
THE






Lamp¢
Ml Top Desk, OMice an
Iniog-room

Extension Diolog Table,
Table, Occaslonal Tables,
Wicker Loungiog
Heading Lamp, Chiua

ainted Fruit Ser.











THE ‘i
fe strongly made and bas gi

the best lighs

vit {ot found at you

West qi nde @

OPFICE at "
@, St Ving

PORT-OF§

YOU ARE [OsiNG MONEY iN

Mvery day .jvou Put off Wow

SCHUMACHER STOCK

It SAVESIYOU Fn FROM TO_ $3 PER ITON AS CO: 2
i FOOD. Enrichos and Increasca mr i
ee

ae Protas ts “an me nanm











Se
eases






Governument Auctioneers,









Sr. Vincent Street,
~FOR—







lostruvtions rccelved the






Made canta Pures GBagee aiid Stajeh) barter itheet th

For Sals a
Boot tith 15k OO __. nore Maem
| u

Wedding Presents | AT

A. DECLIE JF

therbest Place in the West Indies for fea a

BASOLID §=SILVER AND ELECTRO-PLATED
Watches, Clocks, Optleal Gocde, do

Mat,














a

orn Cock,
k and 2 Minorca Cocke,



RI SCOTT & SON,
Uort, Auctioneers,









ode petongmaklen ug your purchase,

68 MARINE SQUARE—(KEXT TONTHE WE

NEW GOODS JRECEIVED DY EVERY MAIL;

Dvamond Biogs|


















Machado's

Have scored GULD MEDALS ot the Gaiters awards wherever H0Re
ide Dur ye.

o the 7:2 t36 In ternational nite tes
and Modium Kiros

Teuele ct equa eet ry and aod Ogariien ary fee eookere of eat p
he Worbmdnsilp aad blending of; MACRADO'S CIGARS &

onart te exoall
B& JB ATAG on Me ‘
. llerbour Siwy








» Livingston.


















Tt aod ah hates
ihe baat ODOL, ost palatable a bepaeat

Try “Goddl, Erlce 28]. per bott
DAWLINSS § ou 816

be Pontorg
ft b



ome we bided UW Awhire, SOS

wilt bowen) 4
Océ





THE 1 .10F8PAIN GAZETTE THURSDAY AUGUST 1 1912

ae es ee es | TMM ne Ee ‘

i.

. TION.

ER



a solid subs!











fore probebly genuine, but I canaot awe:

pee. I found that all the
et ort tpn ath oral
ensity, ere there. f the stomac: a pin poin’

acl And the paien tates Pore not

nrate, Five thoutaad

that Hees u
leed ia

of the pest bacilli may be con






ofa fies.



Fire Instirance.



‘ The followtog score: tb ig ts possib’s te mak
El Dor ios the Tin doa a bine ‘Soin, Witneas then ‘etatled lhe hesitate to abet tt eke aries ad ‘
“Jobn Smith Gala Metal? vive cle S | contents of eath bottle and ier. Tha acide | & man + bites and the prague baotlee {
oJ. MacGitlvra: 8, dW. ine us and the cyanide he sald woold be used in | enters ile victitn's blood, and in forty- 1
HM, Warner oe ow. yer US | the manefactore of counterfeit coin The eight hours death may follow. eveevevesrgerrere 4
‘Thefollowing arethe prize win weak eolations are of the vature of the There it no wonder, then, that at x °, eee . fs Fs
inthemonthirconpetivone fordulg. | during necoureotheork. ‘Tie same | tee butoreniague te sorte nwmicen { | PARE RISKS ON ALL KINDS OF PROPHR- | 4
* Beelate 3 in teh shes bal ibs tte substances pind golations would nino bs and West Indian porta the authorities TIES ACCEPFED BY ‘
, thiel Bt, yale. Molenthiel” having | The dls shown bina was not a quite corn | Ce the port of New York began every : .
fam ARH NOW LANDING [*Saaseintiche On) catiuiertiecnmata|aisety' wc'reer| {LONDON ASSURANCE CORPORATI
" aentrics in tke 2ud aad 3rdclasses | yfich 1 examio Tete om | The first reports of the peat came ‘
' Piette eer | A ath et a cacmoenes | Santry Nee aan ee Lua =
at. Mr, MacGlilivray’s 03 In the record | ‘A plece of taeeal would be put nu thecon’ | One hae been subjected to w fumlyae A pyoll (gents Trinidad: \ :
score for thls season, fullowed by a UT aarti of the mould, and the conver tion which Teumeeethe Mightest poe.




















ot Mr. Warners anda 0 by
ror,

The Oocorite Itan, it
practice and competes

h- Pine Lumber
F. “DAVISON’

—AND—

Ss. “TRTM.’

~{

oO Bat,
iF C
pe *

instant,



A HEW PRINCE LINER.

On Jaly 2nd there -wea lauached on the
Tyne a steel acrow steamer of the follow
{og dimensions —Length 370 feet,
breadth, #4 feet 2 Inches, and depth
moulded, 2A feet S inches. The veanel,
which has been bullt tothe order of the
Prince Line, Limited, New Castle-on
Tyne, te designed for the carriage of

troleum and otherolle im bulk , and le

iit onthe Isherwood patent system of
longitudinal framing, end to the highest
classification of Lioyds, The steamer ts
fitted with avery complete oll pumping
installation focluding of] pampe of
large alge for working against a heavy
back pressure. Tho macbloer: whleG
has been constructed by the Wallsend
@ [ Oipway Engineering Co. Ltd, consists of
engines having cylinders, ah, 42 and 64
in, i 43 io stroke, with two boilers
working at a presaure of 190 pounds, On
leaving the waysthe vessel was named
the “ Kuselan Price”,

TORONTO'S NEW ARCH-
BISHOP.

New Fork Sun Mall and Empire
Speriat Cable,

Rome, Joly 16—Mosat Reverend Neil
MeNeli, D.D., Archbishop of Vancouver,
B.C, bas been appointed Archbishop of
Toronto.

JilaGrace the Most Rev, Neil McNel
Js the son of the late Malcolm McNeil. o
Hillsborough, Inverness, Nova Sootls.
his grandparente having come respective:
ly from Marre, Scotland, and Kilkenny,
Ireland. He wasborn at Hillsborough,
on the 2tst of November, Ini. aud was
educated atSt. Fraocts Xavier College,
Antigoniah, the College of the Props
ganda, Rome, and at the University of
Marseilles, From the latter lnstitatioa
he recetved the degreea of doctor of
philosophy aud divinity ia 1870, the sane
year in which he was ordained. ils
priesthood was conferred In the Bastlica
vf Jona Lateran, by the late Cardinal

atrisn

Dr, McNeil Joined the teaching staff of
St, Francla Xavier College, Autogonish,
Nuta dcotia, in 1880, aa vice rector, an
became rector of the inatitution in Ie
apost which he coutinued to hold ati
14. Daring thls period he wasalso the
editor of the “ Aurora” newspaper and of
the Antigonish Casket.” lo Lvl be be-
came pastor at Wert Arichat, aud subse
quently at Desoouse , and in i803 he was
elevated to the bishopric, being conse.
erated at Ninan's Cathedral, Antigonish,
He was Bishop of Noopolie and Vicar
Apostolic of dt. Geo 5 on the weet
coast. of Newfoundian rom, 1S uatit
1004, becoming Bishop of St. George's iq
tha latter year.

His _sppolatment as Archbishop dates





0, R. ALSTON & CO

re

Lumber ‘Department.

Â¥

TS



wil’s Milk Foo

I Natriment for Infants, Children and
INV ALIDS

For Sale by All the Leading Grocers and
.* Chemists at 36c per rb tin,





sae

Pp Grocer to‘ylve you a Free Sample tinand also a
7 Woke on The Care al Heeding of Infants”

WMOTHER SHOULD BE WITIOUT ONE.
we th ~ 1m, “
- 2

.



—_

OLAND





FOR

! anensfl inf frehange of the bos of Vancouver.

f we Fresh Drogs and Mevdicines, | "sence so

; Lor Choice Groceries & Wines. among the foremont atone eepect

For French Delicacies & French Bon-Boos Tene

5 FOR PER FUMERY & TOIL®? REQUISITES! LONDON ELECTRIC THEATRE.

P FOR INDIAN MEVICINAL PRODUCES, &e, &: The programme ot pictures pow
= “ Yi

NO. G HE NRY STRE ET. beng Prods ‘of awuverment te

M1 BELL AT GATE) really attractive “and should traw big

houses, The picture, *Bulidiog of «



DIAMOND
i Engagement Rings.

and fostructive, acd our budd

ergineers will especially be delight

with it The dramas Sentinels
[omance” and “Parted to meet
again,” are splendid while © Nick
Winoter" will please everybody, A
very exciting picture is the historical
drama “Tbrown before the Lions.”
The funny pictures fooluds “ ‘fhe
worm will turn” and Bobby as a
Costermonger.” There are the ususl
aod always appreciated * current
events.” \Wesre sure that the pro-
gramme will afford great amusement
and Instruction to those who attend,

~~

ALLEGED POSSESSION OF A
MOULD FOR-COUNTER-
FEITING COIN.

INPORTANE RVIDENCE BY
ENGRAVER


NEW,JDESIGNS IN °
. ets. Pendants and Brooches.

EW A TCE EHS

rg
n for
m,

fryatber permitting) on Saturday the

‘ag | #00, @ pupil of the school, and Miss Hdith

locnmotlre engine,” fs truly interesting organtaing # Football Club.
a

AN | small thatthe head of « p!




















stamped or

Jeweller having those things in his poses
eon if he electroplates.
¥ ane pon Ri’S EVIDENCE
adaree, oa
Goodhar Maraj's
wea load (the
menear Masaa yard. While 1 was carry
feat Sergeant Major Everetey betd me
nd told me towait, Arctacd was oon
fag about sixty fectbchind Ube Ser
Beant took the basket from me wes then near toe 1} toldthe
Sergeant that the basket. was belonging
toa the accused waeo said nothing, a
Sergeant took thea basket toa rumsbop.
ooueed went with hin. After thatthe
Sergeant brought the basket to the station.
HOW THE £ ECHUC MATTERY Was

Sergeant Alexander corroborated the
evidence giren by Sergeant Major Lvere
hey adding that from something he learn
ed he went to one Feretra who handed
him anelectric battery accused had ieft
with him. .
NOW FEREIRAGOT THE BATTERY,

Canda Ferctra, sald [ work at Reis’
freee The accused camo there on the
th of July and asked me to keep a pat.
cel forbim, Ehanded that same parcel
to Sergeant Alexander the same day, It
was wre) in brown Peres o
ACCUS INTERVIEWS “AN EN

GRAVER

Mr. Maoroe Bornn, Jeweller, anid I au
also anengraver. I hase seen the accused
before at my place of business In Queeo
Btreet, two or three weeks BF He asked
me if I was aaengrarer and if I could do
a job forhim. lc eaid said i¢ wasa par
tloular Job and asked if 1 could engrave
onateel, Itoid himyos, He then very.
cautiously sald—I do not remember the
very word he used--It Is something 1
would not Iiketo be kaown, and faa "
that it wasaatamp for making cola,
retused, he pressed me, and | told him it
was no use. ile then tried to tind
ovt from mie as ta the transfering of tho
design of the coin. Utold him that he
would have to fiod that out for bimself,
He still pressed dnd oftered topay me
“very handsomely. I told bimthat I did
not want such money and that [t was en
tlrely useless totry that gameon me He
sald { weed uot be afrnid that nobody
would know [t, and I safd, I would know
it and that fe sufficlent. The accused then:
Went away

This closed the prosecution.

DEFENCE HESKRVED,

The accused having been formally cau
tloned Mr. Johnston elected to reserve
bin defence for tha higher coart and asked
that accused's sister be accepted as
surety.

The Police again refused and accused
reas in custody with ball Axed in

hotel,
ket) to carry,

ee 8

SAN FERNANDO NEWS,

(Froma Correspondent.

CONCERT.

Agrand variety concert will be held on
Friday night Yad August at St. Pauls
School under the patronage of Rey Canon
W..S, Doorly. ter Juilus A. Mathis

Daalel are the promoters,

Yesterday three Galliciaa. oll-driliers
landed st Sau Fernando 6a ruute to Palo
Seco oll-feld, where work has begun In
full awleg,

FOOTBALL,
Aweeting- has been convened, fat the
inatance of Air. RJ. Mitchell of Messrs

Tensante Agancy,) to be held at the
Catbolio Boys’ School with the object of

a

ei Open

Grim War Upon Pulex
Cheopis,

RAT-FLEA CARRIES HORRORS
OF BUBONIC PLACUE.

CANT PASS QUARANTINE.

OROUS INSPROTION THERE
ROOT EGUANDS NATION,

We take the following from the
Eveniug San of the 15th instant .—-

jonagtoe an object shaped just like a
quioine capaule, but so wicroscupically
nm wou

Id 5000 adch objects, Imagine
oltiann tesimal capsule entering tbe

CERIN being and there re-
iu DOWLAT CHANKERSING, THE AC | blood of a human me othat
es From $1.00}, Upwards} CUED, OOMMITIND to itz Proce Id betbtet a in







—_—

The preliminary hearing was concluded

sS- at tbe. iy Poliog Court, rertarday, of tbe

case io which Serxt.-Major versley,

charged Dowlat Chaokersing with the
uplawful

MOKET KNIVES; RAZOR
SHAVING BRUSHES 7

NALR BRUSHES.
TOOTH BRUSHIS

OR SMOKERS :

HE £, PIPE,

THE BEST PIPE ON THEGMARKET

Venesuelan coin.
Mr. Gaston Johneton eppeared for the
accused. Lospector Wilson conducted the

roarcetion,
P Compleloant fa

+

ern Te

supplementing bts
evidence given at a previous hearing said,
1 now produce thq Mle mentioned sop g
ihe oxhibite, On the same dey I arrest
thesocased I went to San Hafeel where
the acoused lived.
warrant to search his house for articies
used ia coanterfelting. § made a search
with Sergeant Alexander, Accuseds
wife and brother in law were present dur
in; the search, oe feand, four Mesias
silver colne (produ one pleces o!
old pasion, & plece of Dalal plece of
tiafoll paper, a small Hie, which d
fiad now, a dmall scale, ike one ased b:
feuetersy two crucibles, a ledger, whic’
do pot produce, two pieces of mod





he above are some of the NEW
GOODS just received by

Havidson. and ‘Todd.

| THE ARUADD.

tea coatalaiog liquid and what I
thought to be # counterfeit abilling, tut
which I now understand ls @ good one,
1 Wook all the colas,
with quid to the government epalyst o4
the tlad July, Lreevired them back oa

the Bib PENT BYIDENCE,
Mr, Herbert

examined them J retarned thes te b!m
ou the ahh Jaly These artiica consiast
of fedr Metican dotiacs, three dated la
acd one 1: one Venezuelan cola, dated

aud jars of varlous phepes and slses

4

mG BA tn

sion of a puould bearlag , inflamed
the lm: rint ofa aan rea Ue

I was anned with 4 | fearful diseaso kaovwn as the bubonic

cannot | year,

and the eleven bottles | Meh.

Shrewabvary, Aasistant | don the western Pe
Goveromest Analyst, said, ou Lhe Zod of { ailowad to go free of the savages “ef
July, L revelved cortala articles from Ser- | the bubusic a:

geant Major Eversiey, and after having | nave suff

eo glande ofthe body
piannafares being known asthe bubo.
The swollen glands sre movt easly
eoenat the base of the neck, at the arm
e grata, ey areas larg
pe one iat aud red, tender
w the touch, T be eufferee
je racked with » high fever and vioien
i Ute head aches terribly. ie
has palneto bis back and Jimba, He
reels and falls prostsate on his bed and
in two days frou the time the thay
capsule entered hie blood he is dead.
‘Buch fe the horsible awiftuess of the

and pals

league. The iofinitesinal germ which
Paioes it is the Baccillue pestle.
Stricken with a diseacve the nature of
which no one understood, 10,00

tune died tan singte day In Cun-
stactinople 1.40 yeara azo. inaslogle
thet of 10Uitio, perevus
in Loudon from the same
pereon In every
jalion, and in

pesished
iysterious plague, one
eeveo of theciiy s popu

f, seretal letters aod Lille, eleven | thy fourtenth century the terrible

which é¢ knew only se “the
Eiete Peace ene down 25,000,000
womes and children, ova quarter
ofthe entire population of rope,
Thetiny germ which bo eye can se
bas bat i fut toll ot merely: I
the gree ue jane
Hat slace & dieaus ef Jon.

lodla and Chine

ne,
Â¥ It bas

in recent years,
been oaly within the Tass twent
yeare that elence hes weny

what caused the mysterious rala of

MPL, one shilling dated 0007, eleven bot | Gupte ojo plague i carried ba just

<

Bpon It would jear
the Tnpresaion of both nites of the colt.

The Jar prodaced is an electrie battery | and itecarrier, tho ship rat, is a wa
veed ia elretrepiatts ° which dares ‘notaliow a” moment's . °
CROSS-EX AMINED, truce, The eafety of millions depesd No. 2,)Broadway,

Cortain jewellers slectroplate, but not
all. There ia nothing extraonlinary ina

Tam a porterand ilve in
Acouet gave
Ife gave

Ahe@ samples taken fron the bodies


























































aibilty of dangec from the plague,
The war on Pulex cheopie, the rat thea,

TENNANT'S AGENCY,




upen it.

As each ship from foreign pols
comes up the Narrows & launch pute
out from Quarantine aud the incomin,;
vessel slows dgwn while tha healife
oficer boards bern The passengers
and crew have been sevembled for
inepection and one by one they pas
before the kien glance of the Quarar-
tlne doctor, Health Ofiicer of the Pot
Joseph J O'Ovanetl or bie assistante,
De, Donnelly or Dr, Mattbewes,

If there are no contagious diseases |
on board, the vessel is passed through
and allowed to proceed to hee ducks,
But If she has touched at any of the
Bouth Ame irau oe Weet fndian ports
where cases of plague hare been rj er
ed she je ordered lo be famigats |
whetherehe hae any ack sboud 1
bot. Quer ntiine wants to pee ba
tale, and the ship basta pay the cost |
of fumigating. ‘

The futuigation Se carried on afier
the passengers have disembarked. Dr.
OOonnell's secretary, J. A, Heifernan,
eende the Hutte Jaunch Mary Louse,
named after the doctor's little daugh-
ter, flylog up the bay to where the
ehip Hea at anchor. ‘Tbe Mary Louise
eariies four or five barrela of aulphur
anda jot of irow fumigating pane,
soe two feet in diameter,

Atrived on board, ber crew gets
busy at once. The furuigating pans
are distributed in the bold of the ship,
the men who go down weating rubber
boots and rubber gloves to protect
them from the danger of flea bites
The fumigating pans are double, the
sulphue belng placed in the upper one
drenched with wood alcohel to start
it burning, and ihe lower one cons
taining water so thatthe fuinea may
be carried in vapor,

Forty ponnds of sulphur ia sufficient
Lofunf{gateeath onethousaad cubiefeet
of spacein thé ship's buld, though ta
actual practice much more than this
amountis burned. When the sulphur
has been set on fre the ship's hatches
are closed and the fumigation con
\fnues forfour hours, Then the hathes
are reopened acd as soon asthe fumes
have cleated away the men go down
to get Lhe rate which have bpen killed.
The descent into the hold is the most
unpleasant partof the work, for the
heat is intense and the odor of sulphur
sickening.

From some ships as many as 150
rata are taken, in otbers only one or |.
two are found. The Mary Louise
takes tbem all back to Quarantine and
there they are turned over te the
laboratory workers for investigation.
De EK. C. Baldwin, a sclentie: of
repute, fe fo charge of thie most impor-
tant work, Ifis aeeistacts take the
rate, soak then: jo kerosine, pln them
down on their backs on, boards, place
them in pans of carbollé acid solution
and diseect them under his supervision
If the autopsy upon the rat discloses
any symptoms of disease In the rat's
Internal organa samples of the eus-
pected parts are placed on microscope
shidesand examined carefully, Sofar
tbere have been no rate found that
have had agy of the plague bacilli, but
the investigations proceed with no
less painstaking care, Ureat care is
taken Lo examine freshly killed rate
only, aa when decomposition seta in



eel



ee he

Q'
a
JUSP LANDED PER SS © MARACAS"

All FOREDORE 1912-MODELS

_ Onowith hhvki top a perfect be
thing for the (ropies.
sm =“VFor [nformition Phos, call or weite to

Y. DE LIMA & CO.

NO. 23 FREDERICK STREET.

tity, very cuol tha rig’t



Pproved Parttes,

Salt on TERMS to fl



H. STRONG,

THE PIANO WAREHOUSE.

MANDOLINES.
ACCORDEONS.
CLARIONE TS.
PICCOLOS. .
VIOLINCELLOS.
CONCERTINOS.

BANJOS GUITARS
QUATROS VIOLINS
FLUTES BUGLES:

a nif iil testo, hen.

=" cultures’ they are called techuleaily
=will be so overgrown with other
organisms that [t will be impossitie
to isolate the peat bacillus sbould it be
present,
In Isboratury etperiments ft has
been demonstrated that the bubonle
plague bacillus may, be killed in baif
an bour by a températare of 170 de-
reee Fahrenheit, or ina few tuloutes
fy a temperature of 212degrees(steain)
A solution of 1 per cent, carbolic acid
billethe getmin an hour and It dies
when exposed to the ordinary teme
perature of a room [a four dave.
The plague bacillus ae seen under the
laboratory microscopels found {n small
round, pale, glistening colonies, The
fadividual bachilue is from J) to two
olcromillimetrestong and from o10

mom

Alt



DIS ER [DISCOVERY]
¥O ¥ oN N D AY, ! :

Victor. | July ath,

A vacation that
lasts all year

PSEvIeC RL

to T-100f & micrcolilimeter broad. A
half millig’’ of them vould easily be CoV
placedon the head of a pla, They

reveroble very nich in appearance
the colon bacillus the commoy inhad
jtantof the fotestines of man. They
bre usually veen single, but sometimes
Joined end to endin pairs or threes,
then Jooking hike the Jinke of sausage.
When treated with a solution of catbo-
fuchsia they become datk ateach ead
with aclear belt around the middle.

Three eclentists, Yersin, Kitasato
and Aoyame, etniullaneously diecar-
ered in 13801, duriog the epldemle of
ples at Hongkong, that an abli

sabidinad 2

la gue serum might be prepared fiom
be plague becillus.





GOOD SECURITY.

“Mister, do you lead
asked an carat young vole at the

dor.

The lawyer turned away from hiv desk,
ponfren' a clear cyed Pe i dressed
lad of seven years, and studied hia

tuouey here!
rig

When your tho ighis turn
toward recreation atl pleas
ure, don toverlool th Victor.

keenly for a walnuts : “~nmetimes we du— &
ou aud security . ube Tht OH ‘ . ’
be litle fellaw vupluined that he had « lus asource oho aud deli rhe

chamos “to buy oul a boy thats cryin
papers” Hw had half th: money require!
% be needud to burcuw the other 15
conta,
. Whee security can you offer | asked
jawyer
No 5 tyown band seugiet ble
pockap ond drew vil # paper cagefully
joked Ye wae ew cheaply puted pledge
eyelet the use uf intoxicating, li juor
As ctfully a6 though at baw been
the deed to a fara: the lawyer caaiutied
i secepied 11 aud handed over the i

qatr im
oa: who hui watched the (rans
with eluent auusement isuglieod a
barruwer de
+ Yeu ‘think [ huuw eething uteul
evsiled the lawyer, fo ku w
t be cau nianfelty in whet ts
qappuss! pon Lusiness War cect ft
to wegotiate alutn Phun thet he
peoe Bude youl influsuw, us te wuull

and refreshes you wath its \.calth
Of tuusic and entertainment —

summer time, winter time, all the ume:

Come in an! hear the newest Victor mune,
No obligation, but if you decufe to buy we'lt
arrange terms to sunt,

Enmjcy it whilo
You Pay for It.

las































Tr pa. VOL, XXXI
ATEPHENS,/GLENDINNING’S
‘gear’ pun.| BOOT DEPMT.

Just opened up a Pretty and
__, velect Assortmont of

THE! SWIFAN’ BRAND
Footwear For Ladies!

Recelved Another
ye of our Famed. pte

COOKED HAMS
HAMS 48c. per Ib
" 60. »

gait our Customers who
t wish a large HAM we

some packed in sizes
3to blbs which we are



: at tho same price. LADIES BLACK GLACE CkOS3 BAR BHOKS- TocbJXV Iles, , 82,00
wae ” COMFORT COURT SHOES, Rabber Heels , gio

Fs QReFPMALIAN SMOKED I ° OREY GLACE KID GIBSON TIE SHOKS, Coban Heels .., . 7 300
” PATENT LEATHER CROMWELL, wih large Silver Beokle =... 3.03

Bema ase rer |S AU gear eae
ae —Sivor Bor
+ Re " PATENT LEATHER COURT SHOES, Gold Backle, Cabin Heels $00
ee een ei tet ovine med
eels, American Baws 2.00
ers oR CAMUS| % Black SUEDE COUIET SHOES —Silver buckle, Unban Heel rs 20)



In Large Tins, : BLAGK Cee OORT OGORS Bier ee teas tt
we en $3.50. °
“ ww = B00
on ow 2.00
i sdvsaansima {LOO above is only a small Portion of
er 486 per I this Pretty Lot of
} EMOLISH BACK BACON
PWrisics = ee CHOICE FOOTWEAR.
SP NOKLED TRIPE—120. Ib ne



Wo Invite Your tnspcction,

J GLENDIN NING & CQ
PHOENIX

WAITISH BUTTER
lay fer Step hena Jutd.

: ‘in tha the Best deat & andary
per I” din.





; WANTS FOR
PALEERITED WIRES

Â¥ Alessadrin .. 050 par bot,



ney Loos), ||, A SsSwrRmoce Coa., Bid,

cs OF LONDON.

; 6 Leadiny

S&S etre, | BSTABLISHED 1782.
{ ANOKS olfected against ainst Loss by! by Fira on 6 di tt t
Fa LTD., | rsseesvors pte sein to tr SoHE
ra The Stores, on the most svourable terms.
a The ZHOBNIXS {sone of thecoldest sat waste Oxozss Jo existenc
; mmewet) mmm an ies Branchos sod Agencies = tbroughout the world,

pt an

A ITR ¥
— 177, 178 & 225, Ageat TrinidedOWlee B Ue oacee
——————=— ——

| |The Dawn Has Passed

THE MOTORING PUBLIC OF TRINIDAD

NOW LIVE IN THE AGE OF

THE UNITED MOTOR ENGINEERING CO.





—

“BKIPPER*
Ronis ote SARDINES,



AROLLINA Iie WATER

5 i—.——

’ “ ”

wa Fe MEPPES, Garage: 40, South Quay.
EOIOIR EER, °PEONWH : - - - 645.

ALE.
BANE “TOW TONIC WATER, July 2lat.-—Im.







Qe me

oa



Cues Biges ALE,
FROIT AY KUPS,
he « Fo Bis BIsQUITS,
ALMOND Bee

TES,
MUSSATELCWAIBINS,







a

wos
x

sent

sas+ \appesses

seo.

Â¥,

Rapyer oy = sera
2
2

BE deem mre BeBe Bases

€ ra eae
alana 2

ae saveseacf,

Aw. Se FOR Tanabe =
‘ WS. ROBERTSON GCO.V2
3 6.) SAN FERNANDO.





Tet GROCERIES, eupplies «

CANNING f& CO. Frederick Street.





TRINIDAD TuURSDAY AUGUST LUGUST 1 1912 1912

TRINIBED Fi FIRE IRE LNSUBERCE til anat

(vrei a ct ”CO-OPERA TIVE.)

ama, Ohmocom S2areet
TELEPHONED No, 2

TRIENNIAL SCIP AND AN
ASIL DIVIDEN bs. NUAL

[OLDERS of Pellet off thisjOom-
pany entitied ® Sarin may now
apply atthe Gornreay: ce tor their

Yor Gree tivolal Sorip tevued ¢

‘or Brat U rl javue or
Policles dated i ?

For second triennial Scrip tesued for
Policies dated 10u5,

The Annual Useh Dividends of 5 pec
cent declared as on Stat December
1913, on first and second scrip for
Policies dated 1004 and 1905 and on
Gicst scrip for Policies dated 2008; 1907
and 1008 are also ready for distribution,

A THISON,
Beoceetary and;Treseurer,
Port of Spain,
March 22nd 1912,

SAM LEE’S
FIRST CLASS
LMUNDRY,
No. 655, FREDERICK STREET,

And Ao. 80 TRAGARETE ROAD
PURT-OF-SPAIN,

Bhirte om 10 cts, each,
Jackets (Tweeds) .. “ oe
Pants o . a wo
Jacketssiky low Ft
dacketa(Dri ) ae 20 ”

tes woe of
Panta (Sik) ow ow
Jackets Flannel) : Wve “
Pants Aw
Wautcoate (Paved) Ww
Weaistcoate (pu) ove we
Waistcoats Ditior White S 4.
Collars. oe Ze "
Caffe oe 4 perp’
Merinos din pach
Drawers. woe ~~ hee
Handkerchlefs .. lise os
ocks ves ” 2 4. perp’
Tiles . . 1 4 ac
Towels (According to Bize).

Counterpanes According to Size)
N.B.—Uther artigies charged accord.
tog to size sod qualit
Ladies’ Clotbes will also be done up at
this Laundry, Vrices when clothes
are brought la.—July lGth—-Im

| BRUNSWICK ice

JUST TO HA
FRESH AND NICHT !

Another = Zot

Pickled Honoy Comb Tripe
AT 126, PER LB, '
Rounds Ox TONG! Gorred BEEP- ae pr lb,

Piekkd OX T te
Pid TONGUES i an



Choice SALT Deel 420

SALTSAUSAGE , 20, 8

Mortadella » ... + AZ ie nc
PURE ~ LARD,

bib Tios,
La HACIENDA _LARD— Sun, TINS.

CADBURY'S Mined ( Chocolates i ib
w Chocolate Alinonds=1, ri tes

. Bosrvevills “Amarted pide .
Tloune.. dda

o «=—-s Phage Nat Mulk Cooorates—
de Bare—24e.

. ' mB ee

ow o ” e Lovg iy.
” o Milk crete rele 40
” ib eke 120
” — Hooraerille'Uecoa, bib & Ub,

u

OO DH —Neatle's Mil, Bengers
Neaves’, A. & Handbry's, Phorpbs
tloe Falieres,

For fofacte ord Tavellits make your
choice~All Good 1

Plcase ‘PHONE ‘aa.
M. W. COODING.



"PHONE 297.
FUNERALS

FULLY FURNISHED.
u LOWEST PRICES,

PHONE 20%




Carriages

Balle, Shoppl
yore rine oe) te ie a

63. Abercronsbie Street.

Tn Marine Square

f the above can Le obtained from Mesers Hinamelware, eo Pails
ur

GREAT BIG VALUES.

YESILVA’S| PITRE INSURANCE GO.;

DAILY ONE PENNY

Great Big Shipment) ox. a ROAR

DR. ©. F. CLARKE
—or—

MARVELLOUS VALUES

Surgeon D tist, Office 07
NOW OPENING AT

Skeoch & Co.’s.

DRESS STUFFS, ZEPHYRS.
limbroideries, lmbroideries.

10 CASES, ALL PRICES & WIDMHS AT
Mai Boguiar Price,

20 BADLHS
6 & 8 CENTS PURE FINISH COTTON.

—COME TO-—

SKEOCH & CO.

12, Frederick Street,

~FoR-

























Me
Polen Be? All Mancherol Uproda Upsodite
DENTISTRY practiced on moders

—~"Gontistrye —

DR. A. MARQUEZ
Oca Bh Frederick Street.

Bar aod Bridge work. Tortus moder,
ata, Punctaality and satisfaction gasr-
ac‘oed fa all branches—7elevhone 68

MR. JOSEPH LINDSAY

GOVT. ASSISTANT VET-SURGEON

B*ss to loform the publio aod his
customers that he has removed

to lower down Carlos Street, No, 11,
the6th house from the seaside, Sta Lies
for ick animals asusual, June 1fth

Tearn to Play the Violin.

UL persons ‘Toteroated ta the Violia.
ther beglauers cr advanced
ite desirous of advancing thelr
ies a olfered the facility of a0
NM. ALEXANDER, Proctpal

of t ae odern Violin Nechool, No.

t
aod duet For tire and second violia,
grand studles from Paganini, Mazaa,
lard, Htumenstengel, Aladys Prune,
Uronl, Kruger and Danglat-- Terms
woderate. rom 6 to § p.m.
duly Hth—Im.

NOTICE.
re pablo te herely cantloned agalaat
bsal ‘ian Movgsts be bavieg lofs
my boare during thie mo

ontb.
SECILIA MODEST,
Erlo, Jely 1Sib—1o,

FOR SATB

— BY

"IscOTT, BOYD & 60.

EX RECENT ARRIVALS.



GOVGANEAT NOUIGES

NOTICE,

HE EXANINATION for the admis-
sion of Swora Surveyors usually
held on the third Monday in August
fe, with the sanction of file Hroallency
the Governor, tponed to a date

area later, due aotice of ablekewitl

ety " ROBERT KERNATIAN.

Acting HO.8,

12th July, 1912,

Govannassr House,
Jaly, 2032,

I 18 EXCELLNCY GY THE GOYERNOR
bas been | leased to approve “ihe cio
in actraitoat phat pation of the Arcos
vee A Road, elevated
bet aen Mae Jaoetion of Providesos Nain
I & Lee Cotecaxr Village and the
Uaroure Local Road at Woodlaade, from
Mh Jay to Tb September, wis, ie
sider that ibe old beick calvert at 3rd
Mile way bereballt, All tratis to pare
way of Cullodes [wat Road betwoan
Sorel ani Les Cote ut Villegra
Dy Command





a

400 Baskets PLAGNIOL OIL.
50°Casos*SA RDINES-——22 1/m.

200 Cases BALMON—“ Clarion”
100 Cases SALMON Cable.”

—AND—

500 Bags No. 1 NAGIA RICE.
—ALSO~-

800 Bags OILMEAL - Maple Leaf.”



Tolophonoe 132,

ee

W. C. ROSS & CQ,, °

Colonial * Disponsary. -
(Established 1857).
THE FRESHEST. AND PUR EST CHEMICALS
ALWAYS IN STOCI

Poysleians Preacriptions are ceurscaly comp panded ya
Quahfed Dispeanag Usensiate, _ te Nighe veil, Queen bireet,

6, Broadway.

eee



#, W. Kyacas,
Colonia! Kecrotery,

UsB®EY, Ross’ 3 POWMADE A: ANTIGEPTIQUE—The Celebrated Shin *
Bucoesa— Is., 3/6 and

WE HAVE BEEN APPOINTED AGENTS

—FOR THE—
AACHEN & MUNICH



on Guardsy,
ancusl over eatis
{o ta accordance wi
toe te

tod relay ip,
the fol

their moorlags in te Gots
from

obarted of epproved postions af!
buoys and scoriogs w!

materiale to be furalshed by the

OF AACHEN,

e work ina satlals

And solicit business for Them.



ore.
A we of the bue
he etslacd

‘ed ty the sppllcast tor Ihe contract,

Agents. a Gretsmeat dew ote tind fteek
eeeept be lowes! of an
70. SOUTH QUA Z UTR uce,

al wish wearer ary © Ye

‘Phen S10 wh duly We

Ds, H.W. LYNCH

Gite Madslist aed Dew Per ee iz.

ciples au Povalar prices —Phone 53 —. 7

tout credit {in my neme) to my hom

ANNUAL OVERHAULING OF

BSPECIVICIATION O Doni WORK TO BB

r ENDERS will bs Teortved sithe Colo
} Secretary's Oftice, ap to toon

Slat Suauet, Ser the
“ To life ood examiue all en ud
Poe

Mouth, Le cloding th the oye on Da .
ow ter a>
mood sad Woif Kooks and those
mas bing the channel to the Ht Vin

cont Jot!
2 Tor reley at the sald buoys to bate

sloaning and panting, replactsg tbe
neces

a. Bueps and moorings, paint and other

@oment,
4, The, contractor bo sapply a sultatle
hier fer this service with sll ap-
ances and Jaboar for completing
olory masser,
6 Toe Use allowed for this work to te
months irom 16th an

jnloswallom require

Ross Bazaer Salo|Wessols Bros, & Von hontard, eaeer



!
!



| - oo |
6 THK PORTOFSPAIN GAZETTE THURSDAY AUGUST 1 1912

raviem tegen, cw and coconuts, ONOINANCKS P -KSHD. read

SS ; HISONO RH va
: ho If was only furthatinaa mah [had Geen duc tn a fannee between Tye follawing ordivances were Teed.
@ pager wae thenolyoue to binely | what ha called their catinated surplus | a socond time, and haviog pe be
ttbeuk! be the onetn bear hs bret | balance ead what he rallied the re | through their remalaing stages
‘ * of any loss they night sustain That | eetve balance, He was told that be) came law, . Quar,
was why he waa only too pleased | vas the first Governor who hed intro: | An Ordinagce to amend the t

tosupport the amendment of hie] duced that system, and therefore be | antine Ordinane, 1010,

c












LEONARD'S NERVE AND ‘Bowe|
LINIMENT

ERADICATES DREPLY SEATED PAING
' PRICH 1:

O62 100 46-—ee

LEONARD'S MANDRAKE PILL

A reliable preparation for fall di a
the Liver prel C “omen t i

PRICH 1




wow ee 8 IY eee ne + Powe
. henoamble filend Mr, Alcarer. lle] was responsible fon tha An Ordinance to amend the Dog
did not for one moment tmagine that | had eneued, te" believed that ite (Mazglivg) Urdinance, 111 (No, 20)
the Amerteans were going wo retallate, | view of the Anancial paticy war the | Un Ordinatice relating to the {spore
t

Temporary Alteration of the Itinorary of the s.s. | iatrercrarsech s thea "ae not |covest ons, bul foe’ dhnushi it the | ation gf Dore sajourned to Octo
“Naparima” and tho ss. “Paria.”

were before with your Lest customer | (6 would lead nen; that It | bee when the Inaugural session takes
(laughter) Hitherto, America had | wae looorrect, Paoanie te think Gover | place, tb
taken most of thelr cocoa and coco: | nortoalled a reserre fund, was quite] Mr. Thoroton on bebalf of tbe
nate about &3 percent of tha former | diatinet from a surplus balance, and j usolicials, wished Hie ircellency &
and 80 of the latter and although she | the Becretary of Ftate had sald that | pleasant holiday daring | his absence
would continue to take tuem along | they inucg tint decrease their reserve | fromthe colouy, and the Oouat
= acltwuited her(and perhave if they | fund below @ ‘certain awouot. The | then rose,
. did not offend her abe woud be willing other slay, he had been accused 8 en __ EY
. . take them longer & was very | print for havin He ha
HESS. “ Naparima" is to bodocked ou Wednesday 3st erident, that if “ahe felt. hereelf | secerbetore botu called an taaggerator TRINIDAD. Cont
. . tai offended, althoug' she cou nol a life, and h ak be ba « the Sapreme mrt.
MP July, and until she resuuncS monng the itinerary , (San retaliate in @ direst way, she might | given the ah pe dhl met thie Fite that | Intha taster of the Betate of Wi liam
Fernando to Cedrgs) will be perforised by the 8.8. Paria” | do so indirectly Me thereforo | had not ‘been fustitied. lie could 1) vit Akow late of Be, James
I itl tl f YH ing It erations — though: it was = . show figures and ‘fact that the trade Vilt:ga in the Ward of Mucerepo in
alone with (he following alle FALSE POLICY ofthe colony had advanced, and he th [elem {of Trinidad, Shopkeeper—
torun the risk of falling out with | was uatined in saving, deepite the Decewed.
Amestos, He had nota word to say | check they had had th « year, that the

= againet reefprocity in general. Ile | general prospects were auftirient to pusBtto NoTICi te hereby given that
aria waa @ fiem believer in itas well as inf warrant their giving preference to app icstinn hes been mida tome by
a a ee.” the in/perial idea, and he = batieved it | Conada without imposing extra taza: ] Kwelia akow sometimes eciied Amelia
® . ‘

was quite prasitie for nationsto join | tien He could nov ask tha Council to | Akow of St, James Village fa the
together and to gain a certain amount { accept Mr. Sloazarea amentment tle | wards f Macnacapo for a grant of Probats
of strength and be resnected by | thought the Director of Public Works | of the last Wi Tand Testament of the sald
others, Butafter all, way should {whore support Of the amendinent | Willer David Akow deted the eisth day
they not have walted until” Kngland | in the cleonunstances was a very | of August Ooe thousend nloe bondred
set Luem the good ezarople, and then | natural one) wae under tho fear that | and eleven deceased who died on] the
they should have been only too |} his vote for publio works would be cut | tenth day of Aagzus: 1931 bevlog at the
pleased to follow her lead * It waa | down, and like «a @owning nian, he | t meof bie death a fixed place of abode in
qrseible that the Unionist Morera | would catch ata very atraw (laujhler) | the eald St, James Vilege, The eatd
went would be ju power within a] Re did not blame bin at ait for | Kmelia Atow somatlees called Amelia
1040 am, , year, and it was known thatthe | supporting theanendment, He did uot [| Akow being the sole Execattix ntumed ia

Guapo ‘ LB : sery first thing they pronleed was io | think It wae fairtotake Teitish Guiana | the anid Wil,

Cap de Ville x? 12.13 pow. , . tring io tariff reform. If, Trinidad | ave guide, sho produce’ peac feally Aud No ice Is also given thet Sf no
} rols + - » a 124 ‘oe was on schedule D, aod only waited nothing butsugar and as she was | caveat is lodged before tha expiration of
‘ Gravville Bay som Ly . ‘ for three years. it was possib’e that poins to getall the benefit on that | twesty eight daya from the date of the
Cedroe india oe QUE they would then get not only reci | industry, the sugar plantations very | webtication of this Notisethe Court wil
procity from Oanada but alea from | generously offered to bear the whole | procecd to leane Probate to the anid Emeli
the Mother Country, [bt was said j lows. Bunt hethought that Tilnidad |] Akow sometimes callei Amslis Akos

THURSDAY, AUGUST 1 THURSDAY, AUGUST 1, | that because they “objected to the | asa whole should face the position | scordiagly.











¢
Â¥



PARS Pharmacy, Belmont, The Favourite Phin
macg—opposite Wash house Bridge,







. WEDNESDAY, JULY (31.
roy aw

ban Fernando dep. 9.25 a.m (after
attival of trrain)
La Bies-Brighton de}.

.



- —————
THE BARBADOS

MUTUAL LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIEN

Various Syatemm of XwMauranos,

Waorg Lirg Assunance=By premium payable tor whole of Hite,
Do. for a limited number of
E vow MENT Amor ances Payable at a fired date or on previous yun
ont Lirg ASscRNNCE —Pajable tothe suceiserof two persons On the death of sity’














Tcacns . arr, ne UO gs .

sD ee te Te ANDERS, . and not throw.it oa one particular Dated this lat day of Jal. 1912,



















































fadistiy Ithad } id that the Red.) T. A. THOMPSON, ‘Tenm AssURANCE ~Suitable aa security for temporary loeng
— loncos oe dep. aw au. andy were not poet to. the man in’ the street, who. boutbt his Cat) Regie tere Awrormeaness arrangementa anaulty ta the wits on the 4 Bd bint
ry) « ‘ ,) . er — won the
| Ban Pernande den “200 poi (iranvitie Bay we Ss " tedeny. and bewent eo far as i eay sta direct benefit? tack ould not FRINIDAD, Cort of Trinkded aod Curcona Evpow Menta. —Usetal aa. pros islon for education, oath of the .
ae a 4 1 ow . ml
, (after arrival of trata) Uap de Ville eve that even the cocoa planters who hed | ment. ie was not a retailer, and did | |" “® SePreme, ee et fe MLANA Tivloge ihe advantage of low premiums duclag the catiy fossa
La Brea Brighton dep, 313 ws Guapo ‘so Beat ayifered three or four bad years, if | not understand enough of ft tobe | we, 165 of 1012, Y Years of azpuraan,
Guapo... ee "fo Brightoo—La bree “ogy * Kogland wanted £20,008) or £23,010 | able to say whether that wasright or Between” i
Cepde Vite Sow A | San Feroando "alr, “.. 104 2, | ePcrite amonget theinacltos and get | ATieiidde epocted bewwever that Lionel Plechie—Plaintit They are uo Shargolders. All tho Prodts belong tojths Pally pdggh
. Urearitle Bay ae (sonnecting with tbe train) 4 jt and sent to her. (protonged ap | mate money ou’ ofa thing, it would | Oe avis Thomas ant he Adwlulsirator —
' Cedros ” oma . . APoctty op plause) . +be bound toga later on to the benefit General—D fendanty = Bonuect given onthe Compoird Bonus Sys sa. Last Honus {1019) 9 ove ewe
i ene “an Dota t FRIDAY, AUGUST 2. THE COLLECTOI REPLIES. | | of the general conaimer, The otber PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby gives that For farther Infor tion SP Ht Am ut—05, Maria Sq =
— ‘ tare aous pointe had. been 80 fully aueation SE, of ONTINENT . nt actlon hve been commenced | by L. Bb BONYUN & CO.—Axents, Saa Feraaado® Portal fu,
, dealt with, that bis ooly reason for | of the position Telaidad held in cela | LN8 Willel Mery. Grontern whe died
° loses we dep, ne GAD wy | saying anythlog more was to refer to |-tion thereto, They were told that | oa the 25th Juce 1010 at the Tusa of = ==
“ Uedros ere BM Lk paint raised by Mr. Alcaz yr end the [bere was no sentiment Ia the reto | port of Spain ia thle Yslend auguiast the
ranville Ba . eting Di rz, | lution, an a *vAS pur 8 OU T
a . rote 7 . wo «2M . the estimated losa of revenue under | husinese matter, He cbuld ¥ not abore named | Defendants claiming 8 LAB RERS WAN ED.
. : Cop de Ville.- 6. A) gf the agreement. Ils firet estimate | accept that, He fully shared the) stery Cleghore deceased ia soleaia form
: CO a a ee ee te et te Cauada, ead | ec ably cepressed by the Solicl: | of law, the sald witt bearing date the 2iib
> rightoneds Ta . w mele 0! a ir eneral an Te rence ou p
Ben Feemado TA ccgGtitl “S| Uefore recent ny dosuraciane, | the sublet, “There was, unre than | Wvirenet dova fe td fr Sadsy | Crepong' Carriage Factery {
fsounecting wit Tale, is altention was subs: usiness in @ wae proud of the
| teibeeror antec | gallon afin Sonal Rts Yate | PHRMA pera a mo Factery
1 . ten « aver e estim AL east Indies atthe present woment wn. x
~ SATURDAY, A UGUSsT 3. SA'TURDAY ’ AUGUST 3. which waa a difference of £1,00) with and he thought kt ‘vould, be an irre- EDWARD OR cert. TRAGARETE ROAD . ome B:
‘ . ed “Te 22 Leer ee Chemise oY ‘Commerce parable dainare, to the colouy, and Fomerset Hoase,
. — 5, ok By 1, reo +f rainin name
i ‘ Geacot e Ibay *P 3 Fd hm wheh as atrived at through a €) per | they threw pat the. resolution (Aear 23 Bt. Viecens Street, The ** Singer'* Is a Friend In Nod %
t Ban Fernando, f dep. in. 8H am | Trois oe on «6S, cent: entimate of Canadian Nour arriy- hear, {twas to Trinidad to, which iis Si _ + Whenever there te quick sewing to $b d es ate]
! i of tisin . 2 4 . in n Trin via New York,— was [| the -ecreta State t do when . . y lone, wheneves
” 1 is Bifghten Nee. 1049s dap de ville one ERT atolutely weong Ile submitted take thee eae ete for ibe | SALE FOI TUESDAY, THE Zim to ba mended In a hurry, a Singer Seniag Lachine esa ba pao
t Gao Vite 2” » se TLD Brightoo-La Brea 4. BAF that bis estienate of a8 We was fals Conference as far ns ithe West {udies DAY OF AUUWUST 1912, aon ted got satifastoriy. td
Capde Oo sue Sao Fernands air. 7.08 pw ore, The acting Direg ic | were concerned and it waa throug > Prem . se machines do mot break down jis‘ when they bre p
i Irois ville kay” t Worke bad referred Lo some tevortof | Tumdad that the delegates met to- PUBLIO NOTICE ie hereby given thas Cheaply constructed, Joblot, makeshift. machines My iy bam :
aran je itay . on



Noises will ovanect with a Speclal | au arrangement between Canaua and | yether here and went up to Ottawa,
traln te Powt of Spal, no vonnec- | the British Government and the West | 1c was quite clear that the Lroperial
tion wih the Princes ‘own, Taba | [ndies, with respect to steamship and | Government would never have gone

cable communication, The delegates} to the expense and trouble

when in Canada, were asked bythe | of sending ‘a Commission and

telsod fon a oritaia Memorendum of M ort:
@ gideted tbe 17th day of Aupve, 1920,
wad made by Bernard D uen tu favour ot
Lutcamaa, thee will bo pa up for sale

Oedros Singer Sewing Machines

1 "3
NAY fre earefally manufactured and honestly asscmbled by the
F and responsible sewing machine marufacturers la the



quite, and dangre Lines,



a
SUNDAY, AUGUST 4.

—
=”

Hao Fernande dep . GH 4.
{after arrival of train)

Jalen Brighten 4 « 7.06 w
Cedros ov oo LOB te

Feacos - Bits oe UND as

TUESDAY, AUGUST 6.

Asto steamship coinmunication, 1 had the sentiment of Mr Joseph Chaar
were asked whether the West Jadies | heslaln in thelr eare and “in their NOTICE-.-
— —_— would be prepared to give anything, | months, when they talked about con- ao
dep. and epesking for Trinidad, he inforns: | solidation of the Empir, and the draw- ¥ AGALITESALEMANY, the husband

San Fernando dep.
{after acrival of tain)

” 4 Trinidadtwo years ago had voted £1& ») | other nod to the Mother Country; and | CLEMENT ALxMANY last beard of at

Labrea-Brighton dep. . 10.40 45 ” ayear for adirect communication wi.b | were they going tosaccifice themselves | Penal Settlement, where bis wife is

Uusjo “ w WB ow {iaspe ‘ 0 the Old Country, and as far as that | to the contumely and Hrger of scotn of | supposed to be buried, will communi

Cap de Ville «ow Lei pan, | Brighton-La Bees... wland is concerned, he did not think | the other colonies? Werethey, who | cate with Mri Epowakp Bowen, 87

le ase wn ow A . Hao Vernando arr. Tet there was the slightest hope of her | had talked about spending sick large | Penbroke Street. Port-of-Spalo, they

(iranville Bay ne ogy Notes will conneet with a S,ectal | paying one half-peony for commuai- | sume of money as pointed out by the | wll bear sowethiog to their advan:
Cedioe an ow.) AW tralia Lo Portof Spain, noconnestion | cation belween Canada and the West | Solicltor General, now to tsge—July 2—1m,

WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 7.

cane —
dep. while Trinldad did not want {t in] other causes accounted for the position
Ben Fernando dep. o 125 ase, v oder to send her thelr suger. Sufthey had taken Inthe mat ere He Board
I cat rar tendo a IAW (i . thathe did not think bie honourable [ thought they would be doiuga great t ‘
is sea-Brighto, oo ” . felend Mr. Stevens, newt lave much [injury tothe people of the colony for woe
Guapo Vile” eo ass pin a pa . fear that Trinidad would be let in for } is present and futare history, to take N accordance with Seo’ loo ti, of the
at ef ye", Urighton-Ls Brea ‘ stentoship communication, their hands back from the nongh with Road Ordiaanca, No. 30, @ bye elec
‘y : 13) ye FanFervanda — arr TERN, ob ane which they had been driving a stralght |,
Cee eB gt. xan | Gommecting with the t THE GOVERNOR SPEAKY — [fufrow, and now tliat their delegaies | Water's’ Odor, Mucuripeea Tooniey

The 8.8. “ Naporima “is eapocted to resume her itin-
rary on Thursday, 8th August, but should she be unable
judo ov, the © Puria” will eontinug to perform her service
ina similar manner to abovy, of which further notice will

ho given,

H. R: MARWOOD,

General Manager and Chief Rea. Hug.

Port of Spain,





2ouh July 1012. shave to make provision for some rete ged carried by the sume rasjorit r ee D3

1 BA J tems and wa dil nck propose | tuentaow voubyagetact ihe rewla | KIB, LIK & wantne DE. | §7HE INOREASING DEMAND FOR 1H
—=—_ ‘iu Custome duties.” Phat wae eles | Comwhilet the othe other members PARTNENTS, ws y ;
wee ould then, aad Tt is whet he seid | YOU! In Mla favour, Funds Exceeds ... 218,000,000 ——, PROVES :—
i iY 1 Nt) wow,—the Gerterament did not pro- * ceeds .., A . woe
(v Dr. Prada ask hether by th f , .
TH YO U AR Kt QN G AG Dp Foray gtive ration 10 tauke up soe taten. he ounall wae cont [NSURANCKS effected agatost, tose ¥, hat tho quality must be of tho best aut 9
Ww Usmede, Dr. hed e uesmeby which the oe damage b: ‘ HA ication
f you contemplate being engaged, or If you know anybody hope that if the Woversusat did oot | SBewent would be saniel ito | and contauts at carmen potnae ying bonekat tat Rosults “from {ts appllogion

who is op you should not turget
2 DRE LEO + 8 nner rer

‘ ta which shows @ woture ofa Diswond
ven oat tive tad it bod : uly gaa twinkle
in crovey refunded If quality be 1 ot aa awe ale

BEE WHAT YOU BUY



Sao Fernando .
(vonnecting with the train)

Cedros
= O88 an Granville Iisy
i”

MONDAY, AUGUST 5.
dep,

alr.

TUESDAY, AUGUST 6.

with the Fringes Toan, Tabaquite
and Sangre lines

MHURSDAY, AUGUST 8.









Canadian ministers to foim commit
tres and draw up resolutions In con-
uertion with those two questions, and
they distinclly told the ¢ anadian
tuloletera that they had no dustract-
tone, but they had not objection to do
so, Accordingly & cormmittee sat, ard
nato cablea, they recommeoded that
the Atl Red ronte should be estended
down to Barbados, Bettish Gulana
aol Trividad, and it wae suggested
that thoree colonies should transfer
the present enbsidy fro the Vanaina
liue to the new Jine , and furthermore
that Canada should also pav a similar
amount to those three colonies, and
Great Britaln would pay the third
chare, So, that If the proposal was
canied out, It would not cost Trinidad
a half penny more than now, while
the rates would be very much cheaper.

hey

ed the representatives of Canada Ul st

fodies, He alea gave the further
reaton that sleamebip communica-
between Canada and the Weet Indies
would be of beneflt to Ounada atone,
asshe required Letter steamship com
muoleation to bring out her flour.

is Hxcelten:y sald that before put-
Alng the amendment. he wished to} w-
Ufy bitueelf probably in the eyes of Dr
Prada, for edppotting the agieoment,
De Prada had very rightly taken the
imettion that the colony could not
afford to give thie preference to
Gapada, on account of ber parlous
condition, and the neopesity of edra
tazation, Dr. Prada could net accept
lala aseusanee that the Governivent
Oki pot propose td impose any ettr:
taxallongta make the lus of FUN,
but if honotirable members would
tefer to what be had said when the
question wae dicussed In) November.

would be even that bis wonle were
thee: —*'{ thiok Munsourable Members
* will remember that the Uolleetor uf
“ eo estimated that we would

i
directly, td du tt
falar aby ney Tasidloue. orm of

Dr Lauren: that b
relhae sopportiog like Mecellensy's
0, feeding ouse that oo estia
ta: would be luaposad f Hie Ex

dacollency, conusuiag, said be
@reired to be tue to hiuswall' te wall as
to the publi und he was not afiesd
Eat Chea ab ae wee Wrong A giat

y Meals

taking upths conference if she had

not gotthe matter a great deal at

heart. He thoroughly endorsed the
remarke of the Solicitor General (in
fait they were already in hie owp
mind) asto what inthe world would
the other colonies think uf Trinidad,
who haviog sent up her delegates to
Canada, and got everything they
wan'ed,—now desired to ‘stand out be-
cause of the fear of a possible loss of
air, ight, or ten thousand = poundst
To bln their povition would be
mos’ calamitous, and it would be
THE GREATEST MISTAKE
the colony could make In. votln
against the agreement. Hefdid no
thiok that holding the position he did
he should sit there and allow the
amendment to go to the vote without
paylog sorething azainstit. They all

Jogclover together of the colonies toeach

SIT ON T4E WALL
and refuse to adopt the resolution In
favour of thaamendment? If they re-
fersed to the colontes that were stand.
ing out of the agreement, it would be
seen that geographical pos ion and

had come back with honour (applause),
TUK AMENOWENE Lut,
eainendment was then put to the

vote and lost on ainsjority of 15 to 5,
the voting being ae follow @ Againal
Ione Alee Mracer.’ De Laurence,
Adam Aentth, bir Townsead Kenwiek,
Aoting Receiver General, Collector of
Customa, Actlag Proteater of Imrul-
Rrante, Surgeon General, Acting In-
epeetor General of QOnnetabulary,

uditer General. Holicitor | Gene
era’ orney General, en the
Colonial Secretary (13) Fort Hons,
De Prada. Car) de Verteuil,
i. L Thornton, HH. A, Alcazar an
the Actiog Director of Wublic
Worke {oh

THK RESOLUTION OARRIED,

The resolution Waethen pub ta the

Hs Kecelleney repliad nezauivaly.

weelesome

on
remedy oon! om
o ialarious dees ot 7 Lied ries
Be aad We po Y tae tee
ducts say le obtalned wholesale and
teter fou Messre Hmith Hros a Oo

Poe ds ranean Din beores and all the
+ Phsiewles thivuguvul the |

eu

E
‘
&
é
i





























by tha andersigasi at their Anctlos Mart
No.2 Geakatlle Ssrees la the Town of
Bort-of-3 sain O01 Tuesday the 27th dey of
Auzup 1912, between the bhoure of one
endtwop.m, All aod singalac that cer-
tain pico’ oF parcel of land situate in the
Werd of Chaguenas in the ialand of
Trinitad compriviog 18 acres 3 toda and
15 perches be the same more or lene delioe-
aad and with the abuttale and boundaries
thereof shown fa the gin or disgram
aitashed to the U own Gravt entered in
the Real Property Registar Book at Vol,
XXXIX, folio 615 sud bounded on the
North acd East by Crown land on the
Saath by a road reeerved 50 lirks wide
af on the Wert by laodse of Henry Jos.
ee
Dated this 26th day of Jnty 1012,
LOUIS JON & CO,

Auctioneers,

bullt to last a Hfetime, and to do sll kinds of sewing,
emergency kind of delicate, intricate work, perfectly ang

SINGER SEWING MACHINE COMPANY, !

SINGER SEWING MACHINE COM

14 Fredor'ck stroet 73

Port-of-Spain, Trinidad, B,W.I.

Branch Bhops at 8. di
borough, Tobeg Ban Fernando; Saogre Grande, Princes Town








































of ELLA ALEMANY, aud bis son



NOTICE.
Diego Martin Local Road



he Angas 1012, between the hosres of
tk a.m, sod 6 p.m. for the parpose of Hill:
ing © cea: of one meruber of the Busrd,
Osardufates for Election must give at
fast seven o'eae days No! loe tn wriliog to
the Chatzmeo before the dey of Election

H. MILES, °

LANCASHIRE
INSURANCE COMPANY

SOW IMBRGED IN THE

Royal Iusurance Co. Lta,



SSeS ee

TRINIDAD >
Manurial Limé











jorerance effected on Merchandise,
PROMPT AND EQUITABLE SETTLES
eat OF LOSSES,

SMITH BROS & CO

The Bonnmnms
Pork paw Trisdec

13.) That the price must be reasonable. J

Should « musts” 1 Bf
make sett any planter doubt these 4



Full partioulars from the manufacturers.

The Trinidad Shipping & Trading Coop 4

































é | (PORTOFSPIAN GAZRITE THURSDAY AUGUST 1 1918

t F HOLD
EX RECENT ARRIVAL. YOUR MONEY .

FOR]
i age NAGA RICE. AUGUST 51.
| 1800,8 OS DEMERARA RICE E







rasa rN
tewd
fis rhe Bile op Bchelfbaut pa!

ed was leaving the cathedratditer 9
ble ive rina * seconde ceremony neral's -horse bolt

retary-of | throwlog the rider, and dracging bie
Beate Meme dct Vek kek poten ordae slong the ground, Chile the spectas
appreciation Pope Plua X presected | tore hesitated as th what to do, the
oue beloved Bishop with a costly | Kiog with great presence of mind
Pectoral Crees, a personal eourenir of | sprang from hie carriage, caught the
the Chief Pastor of the Church. horse. and estricated the fallea

— = general. LHe’was roundly cheered by
We have been asked to state that

the populace.
Mr. Stanley, whose house on vem Yesterday by Mr. G © Deane Acting



































































vented wha
Hy been o fatal ated agra









































































a ” . ,
500 Cases ancy te Ths AILLARD S. preety Money Harr net an | City Magistrate referred Dowlat Chan:
QUEL T ti Gan ot tae” eblon ike | Ae nes deh et
10 3 GHEE Wwe Tins, . - een | Theatre. __ ssaltes op tbe change brought ageinet
20 » BRA&S- WARE THE Medsra, W. D. Flament (Jack) 0. D. | having inble possession a mould for
4,760$ Bags FINE SALT P f S ° Mason and Philip Gormandy, three } counterfeiting coln. .
. 150 Cases EMD. F. WATER— Pts orl-of- path Gazette | rst Seana alate ae echlas | ‘Tha London Siandard of Joly 17h
an up ate *¢ aod m
shop on South Re ta beknown ae | reporte a reception by the Chsirman
ulation Committee of

250 Bales GERM PAPER

250 Boxes FANCY PIPES the United Motor Kngluceting Com- | of the L.0.0,

ESTABLISHED 1826. paoy, and of which further announce- delegates to the Impertal Conference

» fof Teachers Ansoclations which wae

150 APOLLO CANDLES Publishet Day, Mondays and Pablie | ment will be made later, Aa adver held At the London Day Tratoin
100 ‘ VICTORIA BLUE Vincent Srve tata the Oiiew 38 Bt Heemens apprare ia thie Isene, College. “The Rests. Included
We have been requested by the Hon, [teachers In.all the Orown Colonies,



50 Cases GERMAN STARCH
80,0 Br. PAULT BRAND BEER—Pts.

SCHOENER & CO.
76 SOUTH QUAY.

if ——_10)

FOR HINT.
That Comfortable family Revidence, No. 115 Woodford St

Apply t
I SCHOEHNERE & CO.

Secretary of tbe wale Club to re | Australia, New Zealand, India, Africa,
mind all” members of the impcrtant Canada f ong Kong, Trinidad ete,
meeling of the Trinidad Amateur —

Football Association whicb takes place | We take thp following from the
to-night at 8 Rabe atthe Clydesdale Torento Mait:—The origin of the

Club. A large atteudance lsrequested, | name “Amen Cagner"1s Interestiog

o—— and throws a pleasant light on Eng:
To the House of Commons of the | lish Catholelty of the daya before the
e

16th ultimo an amendment by vr. | apnetasy of Henry ViIC Keach year
Arthur Lee providing for the Telvate on the feast of Corpus Christ! the
whipping of male offenders con- | faitbful went in procession to Ht,
victed, in the “White Slave} Paul's Cathedral. Musterivug at
TraMo ” was

Cheapelde, the procession moved
The new pocket badge for the

towarda the cathed the clergy
chaotlég the *Qur Father” ae the:

members of the Shamrock Club

attived from Knglaod on Tues-

massed along the street still call
Paternoster Row, resching the

G43" PRICE: ONB PENNY.

Advertisements o Births, Deathe,
aod Mart Acknowledze
tmentaand Disclaimars (which
must’ be aathenticated by the
alguatare of some responalble
yerwon, will be charged for at

© each and to be prepaid.

Casual Advertisement of every
deveript on ret inch finale

wron per weer: it
iit bade












fortnight; €/- per month—to be
pre: .

Wauts, &c.—2,8 per week each, to be
prepald,

Kditor and Publisher, . A, P, T. AMBARD.



eer
Manager... wu “.R, N, Lavan,
3 = Cashier aw. GEL be RAL basin | Amen“as they turned the corner
L.Al NG S So D A WA ER “ IY cheques sent to the oftics, Ot thle Oy en” nlesly designed Oru white | known for yeare as Amen Comér,











paper in payroent of billa should be

fade paya lato The Fort-of Spatn background with claret edges The
Gasetie

Shamrock stands out in bold rellef | Michardeon & Seleyay are selling for
and the crest is also adorned with the | the next few days Cups and Saucers
figure of allon reposing on the Sham. | at 6c., hisisstinply to advertisement
tork, Below, in large letters of claret | aod hae proved a big draw,
ore ee fu the monogram of the ——

a

D°3 not just “happen” to bo better than the other so-called
toda wator of various makes ant brands—itis Wind o bet-

$ ter—infinito paios are taken ia every dotail of its production to main-

1 tain its reputation . ;

In the solection of the materials ia the cleanliness and officiency

‘ of the machinory: ia the many suages of preparation, 41 « vary process

right up to the final labolligy and pitting into cases, Lhe greatest caro

f 1s exorcisod, . .
Tht is Why Laine's Puro Soda

06 Wator Is the ONLY SODA WATER Fitto DRINK.
I is an article of provon quality that will bold its own in the face

of the keenost com petition,

| ALEX. S. LAING & GO. SUCGS.,

| PURE SQDA FACTORY.
A ter-’PHONE 650, - =

Advertising Scale on Application.

Subscription . 236, per year.
Payable tn advance—Postags extra

CURRENT EVENTS.
_ TODAY.

Town Boant - 8 a.m,

District Court- 0.3) am,



Among the passengere who sailed
by the Froyal Mail atal Steamer
“Kennet,” on Tuesday night for Toco,
wae Dr. Jesse Grell, who hae gone to
take up bis new appolotment.





A Lord's message from Yort Sald,

ly 4th, states that the ateamer

“ Mutiah” has gone agrousd lathe Suee

Canal, and that trafticis thereby, ob-

atrncted.. The * Matlan® is one ‘ the

—_— ames Nourse ners en, a e

On page 10 will be seen an advertise: | emigration trade between meat and the

ment where Mesere. J. N. Harriman & | West ladies. She la a vessel of 2,153 tans

Co, are offering several bicycles—to | register and Jeft Torrevieja in Spalo on
close consignment—at cheap prices, | June 2th for Calcutta,

These are good bergains for cychiate, Messrs. Paul IL Scheerer & Ca, have
The Faithful Brothers of the Souls

recelved news by cable thet the as.
ja Purgatory Friendly Society will

“ Patagonia” wh! che deft this port on
bo celebrating their 2nd. Anoiversary | 23l7 lth arrived at Havre on the 2th.
ou Monday evening 19th August at

p.

ulthme.
830 p.m. The Anniversary Committee,

8.8. “Ht. Domingue” leaves for
Demerara, Suriname and Cayenne,
Mauls close at 12 noon,

Annual General Meeting Trinidad
Amateur Football Association af the
Clydesdale Club Kooms- 8 p,m.

Sale of 37 heade of Pure Bred and
other Poultry by Ward Price & Co—
pm,

The Trioldad Moer “Mayaro? did not
with President Attale and Secretary | teave New York until Tharsday 2ith.
Burke, aré already at work to easure | ultimo, Instead of Tuesday « The
the thorough success of the function. | cause ofthe delay {s not known local!

but ft fe ho that the steamer will

The Constabulary Band will play reach Grenade safiicientiy early to-day to











High WaterMorm6&U2 Even. is pm.

The London Blectric Theatra— . enable her to arrive here sometime

80) pan. at Arima this afterooon from 5 o'clock. to morrow, As saual she brings 8 ve

cargo of merical it
Travellera between the islands of general merchandise, a tarts an
ws Sun rises . . G3 p.m. ] St. Kitts and Nevis willbe pleased, ——ae

Sun sete 0.19 pm. | doubiless, with the launchisg of a | Atthe Harbour Master's Court yester-

Moon rises 3.53 pm. | motor boat for plylog between the | day, before Mr. F. J. Hasanta (actin
sister islands, She has been named } Harbour Master,) the adjourned case o



Eee

OFrENIC
AT SOUTH QUAY 68.

(Now OCCUPIED KY TILE COLOMBIAN CONKUL),

ee



the “Windrush” and carries 24 firat [Joseph Ross against Charles King for
class and 32 second class passongers, balance of wages, was resumed. After

the former ing a face of }/-, a0 further evidence was taken, judgment
the latter ad Tor the trip across. The

was givon for 96 cents,

Government will grant the pro- The Pickford and Riac liner “Ocamo”
prictor » subsidy of £30) per anoum | which arrived from Black on Tuesday
‘or the carriage of mails aight, brought #0 tons general cargo
W. Feith, Shisses Ge Tenens na
%, e ry sae Ol iy °
Tuesday evening's telegrams brought | steele and servant, Messre, A. Johnson,
the avnouccemvnt of the passing J. Corbte, 8 Johason. Misses H, Johnson,
yond of Emperor (Mikado) Muteubito | 4, Richardson, 1. Richardson, 30 chinese
of Japan, afiera reigoof 45 years, he | and zZ deckers. The “ Ocamo” aalled for
haviug succeeded to the (broue on-f Demerara yesterday. She took polther
Februar 1th 1807 He was born on | Cargo nor passengers,

lov, » 1852 and marrle aces _——<
Ha-uko two years after he assumed |, The Royal Datch Mail ** Saramacca”
the rule of Japan. Hie heir, Prince | ook away for New York among other

things, oa Tuesday, 200 bales, 8 barre!
Yoshibito, who has become Einperor | sidings of rauber ox one Leclvos
ofsapan was born oo August, let. | sno bidew and 17 boodles kings « w
1870 The funeral obsequies of the late | “Venezuela, ¢ pasengers were
Mutsuhito, whose reign ia among the | Messrs H. C, Duke and Victor Alveres,
Sold’s moat wuoderful, takes place | Mise L. Peters and Mrs, Milliken.
within s month, -_ = :
- The Venesuelan Motor barge “Travers”

arrived yesterday from Cristobal Colon

A young New Yorker ie suing a | with 230 barrels of pitch.
telegraph company because It made a ———
slight error {n transmitting a message The sloups “ Providence” and the
which besentto the girl be was ta] "Nelilen® artlved {rom 8t. Vinoceat
marry. Havingnothing better to dd yesterday with the usual supply of live
one day when he was on his holidays | Sock and ground provisions,
be telegraphed her *“*Ilove you furs
ever.” A few dayelater his ting and
some other presenta were’ returned tu
him. Itappears that the operator
bad sent the message. “{ leave you
forever.”



DEATHS.

Kixa,—At Branton Lane, St, Janes,
A. Nathaniel King, late Senior Com.

psitor, Government Printing Office.

uneral at 4p.m, to-day, tothe Tran-
quillity Wesleyan Chitch, Friends
are asked to accept this intimation,

Kuwano Yesterday afternoon
bls mother's residence, No, 1 Rivou
Lane, Aldwin Edwards, Funeral wi
take place at 4 o'clock this afternoon.
Fijends are asked kindly to accept
thie intimation,

IN MEMORIAM.

Mitta. - Io loving memory of my
dear husband, Charles K. Mills, who
departed this ** vala of teare” on the
lat day of August uit,

“IE thiok of him In silence,
Few oyes can sce me weep;
Dyt deep within my aching heart,
His memory U will keep.”

INDEX TO PAGES

2~Death of Revd. Andrew Gayadeen,
Bo Carefulin your Reading.
8—Lsuat Telegrams,
Canada and the West Indies;
Banquet to Foster by W.10.
A Huge Suecesa,
The Trinidad Ow Industry.
Vastern Market Quotations,









Also—-A Nico Little

COTTACE AT TUNAPUNA,

Near tho St. Augustin Gap, with Out olfices
and water laid on, For particulars apply to

Gerold & Scherer Sucs,

SOUTH OUAY-68.























The Royal Mati atoamerBalactia” left
for the Northern Islands on Tuesday with
transblpment cargo, merchandise from
this port, jJumber, and the following
pagsengers.

Yor Grenade :—Mrs L, Franco, Messrs,
A. Franco, F, 3. Nawarr, Mira W. WW,
Smith aod child, De. B. Luclanl, Mr. Ro

Peet. Vincent —Mra Be Kelly, Mi
nt —Mra BE,
T. Marques, Mr. F. Nelves, ‘alte x







IMPORTANT FAMILY SOUVENIR.

eumnevacvescese

“OTRINIDAD A TUWEL OF THE WEST.Y
PUpnoguarits ofthe most prominent Mir hints Lawyers Ductons, Cleszyunen



Attention Is called to the advert!*&
ment of Mre, Drayton s Health Home,
* Baytidge,” Hastings, Barbados. ‘Lhe
home 1s Ideally eltuated, and affords



Teachers, and Civil servautaln the Colony 12 Chaptas of Interestiag readi Learmond, Anbd
jatter, Views,ets eto Manuscripts are now in the publiviers Nene in Ee “and. Biinpte | Dusinfectaats for the delightful eee bathing: bite tram care for Bt Tiel Mise tintecce
“ are available every our, Paying ‘or St. Kitts:=Mr, on Pitt, Mr,

Dedicated by permission to an esteemed offic in) Gentleman = The only buak whieb will
0

so truly show up beautiful flere. Inforwat! ss ton’ Aurion, ' 73 Oxford Street, Port: The Dolnge of Sydoey Smith's

Uounty; Northants In the gueste are acoorded every powsible

G. Proctor, Dr, L. Proctor and Miss
coufort at reasonable terms, Proctor, ' : E,



of Spalo, \ y
ee _— rinaing for the “Champlon- For Domlatca t=Mis¢ OF Stronach and
30 deckers,



ed
wae

The Royal Mall Steamer “Derbloe”
salled on Tuesday for Demerara with
franshipment cary and sundries
from this port, and 2% tone bunker coal,
The ehgery were Messre S, Sahsook,
vy Cepia. Tt 1, Falrlough, Mi jeugs K

man. Mesars, J. W,
Docklshua and Wilson, and 16 deckers.”

The Royal Mail Steamers “Kennet” aa
‘Bpey” aalied on Tuesday night with thd
following passengers. My the “Kennet”
for Sas Soucl,—Mr Wallace Smith.

For Toco,—Dr, Jessa Grell, and Mr,
7.0 Meee. (For ‘Grande Klctere Me
laaac. ‘or Gua jayare,-The Misseq
Carrington (2) sad ‘Waeckers for varjoua

By the" §, fdr Scarboroagh,—
and'sMra Savi, Me. P, Cummliae, Me
Gordon and 8 dekers for verious porta,

Owlogto the quarantine reatri
* ich Prevented the men, on beard eh
Hoyal oll Transatlantic steamer “Oruta*
republic, aa Indicated by these stam oats ead, ° meth “stomtu oan
fe Ubuog Hua Min Kua or * Middle eaterde Mad bolockt te the’ agate
Flowery People’s State.” This name [bbe did not take cargo or passen.
is spparen Y adapted from the | gere from (hls port,
famitier designation of Chipaf as the eres
* Flowery Kingdon,” —

abip.
b-Legidative Councils Canadian
jtectprocity debate Resumed ;
Imperiit Tutereste aad Com.
mercial Cousideratione; Fed
eration of British West Indies
Mooted | Acting Director of
Public Works votes against
Resolution: Mr. Icazars
Awendment to Tax Bugar
laut by 13 to 6: Agreement
ANitmed by same Ma jority.
7 -Trintdad Mite Association,
A New Prince Liner,
Toronto's New Archblehop,
London Electric Theatre,
Alleged Vovsewlou of a Mould
vr Coucterfeiting Coin; Im.
potent Evidence by an En.
gravert Dowlat Chankersing
the Accused Committed to
the Assizes,
San Vernando News,
Grim War upon Pulex (heopts
Katies carries Hocrors of
Hubonle Plague; Can't pase
tiaarantioe t (ilgoroan snepee:
on there aaleguaids Nat
Cool Security. a ,
%~Olty Police Court.
9-Our Anticte on Mr Hnvwely’s Bug:
1B.

Amongst the passengers whoartived
on Tuesday night from Halifax by the
9.8, Ocrmno, wae Mr, Innoceutios Cor-
bie wha had been studying medicine
at the Dabousle Ualversity = Mr.
Cotble was a very successful stadent
atst, Mary's Wega here, Laving

sed the Local Kenlor Cawhildge
Examination with Ist class honours 5
Decenber last. He left Milaldad fust
two menths ago to qualify in Medi-
vineat Dathousle, but unfortunately
fell 11) there and bad to be attended by
twoPhysklans wha strongly advised
him toteturn to the Tropes ae the
change bad settously atfected bie
bealth.

NEW MEDICAL HALL.

OPENING DAY
MONDAY, 22ND JULY,
AT 430 Pâ„¢M.

ALL PATRONS, FRIENDS, AND WELL-WISHERS ARE
' INVITED TO A'TIEND,

AERATED WATERS FACTORY

Or the most up-to date and sanitary type. Water
three lines filtered. No waler from the washing
tub remains inthe Dottlos as they are made tree
from this by a hot air chamber.” ‘Vhere eat be no
chance of contamination. Cleanliness is observed

—



The new Chinese postage stan
pecording to the PNew England
btawp Monthly,’ bave begun to arrive
lo America. The name of Lhe new

in overything. ~Tazition on B
rs ol +
PEED icy dri Nee rnte | REAR Eee vine | eteemargicias itera wo| A QUESTION OF NAMES,
Kee for themsches what they drink. No infertor reais | BONO Machine | ee itune fe ep ene Binal” ef Holy | an some of the country distriote of
Nis Mee atten ot rage le teperted to the Academy | jand ft bv bot an uncommon thing fo ra

eigalo, himeelf Henia br “al
sof. fs to thi peas

Masit From Damascus, Prof. Musil teal ‘jokers dels ne in pleginu at re
believes tbat the ettinct voleano | siyas to aunoy the ownere
Hat al-Bedr, in the HedJa region of | 4 constabulary sergeant one de
Nerththera Arsbla, is the Biblical | scocsted a countryman whove name f,
fgoustala where the Tea Command: | bees thus wiped wut uoknowa te bim,
suoate where given Lo Moses, OF ean ent cath may good man 1

W 7 you emaree lt dat” wan the tr iy. “Do

eae ver ‘VWenae ) aoythiag matter with It f

the \enerabis Krendeacce arate at ae a

we", Palle

“chat you i.

naw on the high road Lo eowplete re- | Thee ye're wrong. quel, the soanesy
w

Drink for low prices can be made,

DEwo Se OOF tho purest and best: obtainable,

and will be compounded and delivered with prowp-
titude and at popular prices

CROCERIES AND WINES ON THE PREMISES, -

SOUR FORMAL OLROULAKRN AND LABELS Vv
WORET THAT UEN DKLAYKO UY 1HK BTRIKE, HAVA,

Mt. Andrews Gulf Clua carts with the ewners. names chalked
30 -Buccsss V illaze,
—————&X&=_—_——————
ITEMS OF NEWS,

Vn Tuesday evening by the guods

fe eight Grucks of cedar lage cane
f

tals town from the Southeen aed Bex

t ' The (ronda of Rev. Dr. Job a
| Q'RAWE, RADCLIFFE CLARKE & GO, | yttsu socetcs te tts | Sead CO RC pepe) od a
t
. 1 ,
am t . + emer
} / ~ ..
~ . ” x J. -
7 ° tan oe” PM



“ir Aipamioe Sait WP sean
SSeS MOHN HOADLEY & ta.

Gent's Tailors & ounce
Waterproof COATS

UMBRELLag;

TELE DON ”

Corner Marine Square & Chacon gil





Tnesday 0th July

In Ordor to Mako Room fer.



Sweeping + Reduction’
HAVEBEEN MADE IN

EVERY DEPARTMT

ASK FOR ;

WILSONS)

amin 3k a oT ee Ee
« °
a dh tf? y, abo”



—Fror—

a











*
a





DIMI ED,



COMMENOEHS



NEW GooDs

A CATALOGUE.|-

(G. & T,) LIMITED,



Full Text
m. xxxi
UNITED
TRINIDAD THURSDAY AUGUST 1 1912
DAILY ONE PENNY
?EHS,CLENDINNINC’S
DEPT.
received Another
of oar f«aed
COOKED HAMS
HAMS 48c. per lb
60c. „ ,,
i fo euit our Customer* who
fAMtetirish a large HAM we
’ tome packed in sizes
6‘ 13 to Mbs which wo are
lag at tho same price.
[■ÉPMÜAH SMOKED
15c. Per lb.
m
IS VICTOR CAMUS
-In Largo Tins.
$ £ £
$3.60 .
aoo
1.00
8ÁUS AGE—Sliced
♦8c per lb
EMUSH BACK BACON
. ... ... SOo per lb
[PIECES . SJc „
IMKLED TRIPE—12a lb
WITISH BUTTER
.1Ltd.
nitary
KlaUg for 8U
Am*
. . Sanitary
tho But llomt DairUt,
BUpi
tho otricUol
. per lb Tin.
, Jib Tin.
NTS, FOB
KIEER1TED DUES
tfiUuulrU 06c per bot*
.a?Ui^ " •* "
• Vcgaady OOo „ „
l Le&dlngQGrocera,
JEPKENS ljd.,
f Tit» Stores.
177,178 & 225.
ling b Go.
|*Eve Received
[Ste SM. "STATIA”.
to-day.
h
BOOT ÃœEPMT.
Just opened up a Pretty and
Select Assortment of
THE ‘SVvTFAN’ BRAND
Footwear Fop Ladies!
LADIES BLACK GLACE CKOS3 BAR SHOKS - LmVIXV Heals .
.. COMFORT COURT CREY OLACE KIDGIB30N TIE SHOES, Gobee U««Um.
PA1KNT LKAniEUCROilWCLL, wub Urge Silver lltekla ...
BLACK OLACRjCULONtAL. F.UraLvg* BriiUm Backet
ÜRBY SUEDE LANGTRY SU0g9»-SM»er Bsfk'ea
PATENT LBaTBEK COURT SHOES,, Gold Dacklt, Cabio Heel»
WHITE OANVA81 BAR SHOKS -Silver Baeklca
The above is only a small Portion of
this Pretty Lot of
CHOICE FOOTWEAR.
J OLEiNDIN NÍNC1 & 00
ViPlT A BLISKED 1782-
XNSUHANOKSolfocted against Losi b^fira on every description ot
Property* including Derricks, Buildings and Engines on Oilfields
on the most ta ~
The PHOENIX; la ona of the^oldest an I wralthleit OBo«t In osliteoo
AfidThu Broach»* aod Agendo* throughout tb» world.
Prompt and liberal battlement*. _
p iTnnrju8 ivilsox,
Agent Trinidad—Office 5 Chacon 8tree
• “¿kipper- barlines,
MAM C11EKSK.
a^OUlNAlUH WATER
* •<«8 OF “SCHWEPPE’S,"
Vi«.
ggNIGlNOItt BEER.
1 BfiLK!50BB
WATBa
*Cw»Bissr8 AI.R.
¿ !? ftiuiTSvuurs.
’ d *
r» : ÍK?£UA1SINS-
thr** WatWUlH.
L i^aBULTAnAsl
£*3 * QEAW08 BITTER8.
‘ -
PAISLEY flour.
TOMATO purer.
{¡WAÜKlfH PICKLE,
SiBf1
;jjw aoo*«BBSg,Bl
â–ºrpbTEHtl* SroOT/
«a Etc,
¡PftWíl 53 08 54-
-ÍOIU.
USSR GE0CEB1ES,
ÍL00
l*>
. BOO
S.0J
300
AOO
8 00
-- ... 163
PATENT LEATHER COURT SHOES. Cubes HeeU,Am*rirua Biwa 2.00
BLACK 8UKDB OOURTdHOKS-Sllvw buckls, Cohan Usel ... A00
WHITE CANVAS counr SHOE 4-AttteHMn Boea . 1.44
BLACK GLACE ••COMFORT” OJUUT BlIOKS, Liw Ileeli . 1.20
Wo Invito Your Inspection»
miw FmmmmtiJ
UnutM, I
(svTUii a co-on/UTire.)
Ill, OllHuon ntmtat
TZUEPnoNB Ms, an
TRIENNIAL SClIlP AND ANNUAL
CASH DIVIDENDS.
UOLDER9 of róllele* ofj tbiQOonj.
paojr entitled to Sarin n»*y now
apply at the Corapaoy’s Dole» (or their
Certificate* via t
For flrat irikrofel Sorip isvusd for
Policies dated 1908,
For second triennial Scrip Issued for
Policies dated HUS.
The AnnueHJaeh Dividends of 5 per
cent declared as on 31st December
1911, on first and second scrip for
Policies dated 1904 and 1903 and on
first scrip for Policies dated UMJ: 19U7
and 1UÜ8 are also ready for distribution.
A, K MATHIbON,
Becietary andiTreasnrsr.
Part o( Spa!*,
March ¿2nd 1912,
SAM LEES
FIRST CLASS
la;uwdry,
Ho. 65. FEEDER1CK STREET,
AndAo. 80 TltAQARBTB ROAD
PüItr-OK-ttFAlN,
Shifts
Jackets (Tweeds) M
Pant* m
JacketsfSilk)
Jackets(Driy)
Paata
Pants (Silk)
Jacket* Flannel) ..
Paata
Waistcoats (Tawed)
Waistcoats (hilk)
Waistcoats DiiJU
Collars
Cuffs
Merinos
Drawers
Handkerchiefs
Mocks
Ties
24
a)
:o
10
24
30
24
li
or White 8
2
4
4
4
1
2
1
10 cts. each.
30
.. P«rnr
*i eaih
• per
• eaci
£r
Towels (Accordiaft to Mize).
CouoterpaDes According to Size).
N.B.—A>ther artlc’es charged accord*
log to else and Quality
Ladies* Clothes will also be done up at
this Laundry Pi Ices when clothes
are brought in.—July 10th—lm
Great Big Shipment
—or-
MARVELLOUS VALUES
NOW OPENING AT
Skeoch & Co/s.
DRESS STUFFS, ZEPHYRS.
Embroideries, Embroideries.
10 CASES, ALL MICES & WIDMIIS AT
I3C£a3L±r T£iegnuLla,:s* IE*jt?ioe.
20
6 & 8 GENTS
IB-A-XiIES
PURE FINISH COTTON.
—COME TO-
SKEOCH & CO.
1<2, Frederick Street,
—FOIl-
GREAT BIG VALUES.
! Dentistry.
DR. 0. FCLARKE
/^fRADUATE of Hoxsard University
VJ U.S.A. Surgeon Dea Ust, Office 107
Duka 8U between r*mbroka A Abet"
emmbi* 8t-/ll.
Dontietry.
Da. H. WT LYNCH
Pi OLD Medalist aad Denocwtrator of
lá Maharry DeaW CoU«gs,-UA^27 *
Fred «rib Bt, AU hiasehasoc Up-ko-dsts
DENTISTRY pracüoad oa modera orlo
cipis al Popular priots~PbOD*SJ~N*v
Oon-tlstry.
DR A. MARQUF2
Offlce'r^Sir Frederick StreeL
SPECIAL Esperieaca la Gold Groww,
O Bar aod Bridge work. Terms aodari
tta, IHactnallty and satlafaetloa guar*
as'eedlasH brande*—7WeoAons Ú
MR. JOSEPH LINDSAY
govt, assistant rjrrffDsoraY
BKGS to inform the publlo aod his
customers that be has removed
to lower down Carlo* Street* No. 11*
the 6th house from the seaside* SULIes
for sick animal* as usual. June 19tb
-2m.
Learn to Play the Violin.
A LL nertons interMte^ to the Violin.
jl\ whether beginner* cr advanced
player** desirous of advancing their
studies are offered the facility of *o
doing br M. ALEXANDER, IMocipal
of the Modern Violin School. No. 79
Henry Street* in the following!—Violin
â– olo with piano aocompaniment, trio
aod duet for liret and second violin*
rand studies from Pagauini* Mum,
lard* lUuraenstengel, Aladya Prune,
UrunL Kruger and Daoglar.— Term*
mod arate. From & to 8 p.m.
July lith—Ira.
NOTICE.
rUU publlo U hereby eaatlooed agdast
clving sredlt (In my osroe) to »y ha»» *-
b%Qil Mathiah Molmutu bahsvlogleft
mj boasadatlog tbi* mootb.
CECILIA MODttSTK,
Edo* Jaly ISih-lVt
PHOENIX
^fiLSBttvaixoe C7o.. Zitd,
OF LONDON.
OUST TO HAND
FHESII AND NICE !
Pi,
»Tour»bI« terms.
The Dawn Has Passed
THE MOTORING PUBLIC OF TRINIDAD
- NOW LIVE IN THE AGE OF
THE UNITED MOTOR ENGINEERING CO.
Garage: 40, South Quay.
’ipiHicasriEi * ©45.
July Slit.—lm.
„«e?üür
tnother
ickled Honey Comb Tripe
AT 12c. m Ml.
Rounds Sllghlly Oorrrrf BEEF-2Ro nr Ih,
Piekkd OX TONGUES .
,, PJGTONGU1S4 ,..10j
Choice SALT BEEF . 12o „ „
SALT 8 lUSAGE . ..24»,.,
M*rt*dalla*, ... .. 42a „
purt?~~lardi
61b Tioa
LA HACIENDA LAUD-S^Lk TINS.
CADBURY’S MlisdCbocdlstes- 2,1 (lb
fio»
* Cbooolate Alinoods^l. IJblloe
, •* Wa’n Is. ilb .,
, BoeraevllU Aatorisd Ul*eul s,
1 lblloe.. 64s
, rkgs Nit Milk Cboodates—
4ib Bars—24c.
, „ „ „ CbwoUie»—
Loog B»ra.. IV*
* *, BilkCbocolst*—|'beks24o
* .* *, jib eke 12c
„ BuernsrUle Ovcoe* ilb&jlh,
liaa
rOODV-NatWi Milk* B*og«ts
Ncaves*, A. A Haodbsry'Si Pborpba
tlos Falierea*
For lefaots aid ImlMi, make year
eboico—All Good 11
rimo T1IONE 44
M W C000IHG-
EOE S^XjJS
-BY-
SCOTT, BOYD & GO.
EX JtECEXT AUJtl VALS. *
400 Baskets PLAGNIOL OIL.
60,Ons0H*SAIíDIN ES—22 iii/ni.
200 Oisoh SALJION—Clarion"
100 Cuses SALMON—“Cable."
—and—
600 Bags No. 1 NAGIbV IUOK
—ALSO—
300 Bags OILMEAL - “ Maplo Leal."
NOTICE.
1IIK UXAMINAtToN tor Ih. ulmi^
L slon r>( Sworn Surveyors usually
held on tbs third Mdnday (n August
!«, with the sanction uf lile KroelJeocy
the Governor* postponed to » date to
be filed later, due notice of wblch*wlU
be given.
(Bgd ) ROBHUT KERNAIIAN.
Acting K.C.8.
12th July* 1912.
6, Broadway.
Tolophono 132,
’PHONE 297.
FUNERALS
rUUbY FUHNIHIIKD.
LOWEST P8I0E8.
MI OX11 397.
DHS1LVAV
Carriages
For Bella Shopping, A» BtsMih
Wedding CkuTi*eae. lUuoviTvan
for lllr«.
as. Akreroud/ie Street.
W. C. HOSS & CO,,
Colonial * Dispensary*.
(EnlaMMteil 18X7).
TllE FRESHEST AXI) PUREST CHEMICALS
ALWAYS IN STOCK.
Pbjft'fUo* Prescriptions are accurately comp Moded by ^
Qualified Dispeoatug CbsuUU. dg’Nlgbl baiL Qseeo otraet.
, ROSB’a POMMADE ANTIbElTlQUE—The CeUbrated Skin
Sucoeaa- la* )/Q and it.
WE HAVE BEEN APPOINTED AGENTS
-FOR THE—
AACHEN & MUNICH
FIRE INSURANCE CO,
OF AACHfcN,
And solicit ‘business tor Them.
Ooveinubkt House*
«fed Jaly, 1W2*
18 EXOELLNCYTUE GOYERNOIt
. has brea f leased to approve The cUa*
IrgistraltloofthatpMtlos of the Arco*
Val* Mala Road* Tobago, slsoatad
between the Jeoctien of Prevtdeooe Naim
lto*d at Lea C'ttean* VlUage aod the
Cufiodtu Lxtl Hoad at WooJliod»* from
ÍVth Jay lo 7«h Berdeaber* U1Á 1*
order ibat the old brick ealvart al 3rd
Mile stay be rebolU. AU (ralba to pars
' f way of Callodeo Lvcat lt>ad b«tw*an
otiau sal Lea Cote at ViUagrt
By Command
H. W. KNiCOS.
Colonia* Hfareurv.
OF
ANNUAL 0YEBHAULUÍG
BUOYS.
Sl'KClFICUTION OF WORK TO Bfi
BONK
rpINDHHH will be received sltha Colo*
A bUI Becretaty'e Office* rap to toon
oa HUerday, 61st haaas»* 1912» for tha
aonatl ovcinaelisgaadreUilatof limoy%
la accordance with tha loliowUg apedfi*
eatloa
L T* 1UI end esamtuaall buoy* aid
their amóllale la tbs U alie I Par a
front the Booai to the Berpeet'a
Uoetb* laclading tbs buoys oa Die*
awed aod Wolf Books aod Ihosa
matklog the channel to tha Bt Via
oeat Jetty.
A To relay all the said buoys la thetr
obaxled or epprvvod (ajaiüooa alter
•leaning and painliog, rapUelag the
buoys and mootings where sett»
aary,
3. Buoys and moorings, pa*nt and other
materials to b« futuUhad by tho
Geveioment.
4, The aoowaetor bo sapply a suitable
Itgbter far thu servtca with all ip
sAancea and laboar (or eomplstiog
the work la a aaUalaeWry musaer*
6, Toa tima aUowrd lor tlds work to t«
Ivor months treat l&th 8opbambor
19». '
A hat ol the bueye* proihioaa, ate. us
â–  attained at tho Barbour Muter*
RossBazaur
BuniJiwi iL© »L<
‘ upl CANNING
«bore c«n b« obiaiDMi from M*Mr«
jfc 00. Fr In Marine Square
Kuamelwarv etu. 12.00 IHiiL I
f<« 8»v,
I A lUt ol the buey** yiroihioaa, ate. cea
ha eWalned at tho Barbour MuUre
sai*i wessBls Bros. & von uoiiurü.
I ma I. Um U Bio.
70. cSOXT^H: cyu\a
I ytHti.
2"
St. Óvernmuat deas no« Ux>d Uuk
L tko Wwea* or an^
PteMbio
*.»*! •'««cie'arv i
Kb Kiy rvi;
KNAUOB.
A luuka S«.ii«i4(Y
* «th-»

y?
THE PORT OF SPAIN GAZETTE THURÍjpAÜ AUGUST 1
A
FOKCHRONIC
C0IT5TUWWM,'
BADDRtAta
SICKHiAtACHE
AH ACTIVE
CATHARTIC.
IDEIICHTTVUV
fUWUTMO
r'EffICIEKT.
PIAff*.
The Reaioni vrhjr NIALOCIN LAXATIVE Replace* ^
on» why T
Old Timo I’urp.Uv,. i
NIALOCIN LAXATIVE Contain* no Habit Forming
Drug*.
NIALOCIN LAXATIVE i* Abiolulely Safo.
NIALOCIN LAXATIVE I» Suitable for Young and Old
NIALOCIN’LAXATIVE Produce* a Natural Action,
doe* not gripe or bind.
NIALOCIN LAXATIVE I* A* P!ca*ant at Candy.
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
: Smith Uro*, .t Co. The Ilimnnut Prim Store*
Fans.
‘HEN DR 17 SON’S-
—FOR—
Hftjh -Class Tailoring
SUITS MADE TO ORDER IN SIX (6) HOURS.
FIT AND WORKMANSHIP OUAlUXTEED.
jOJB:EH3 OUSTS
For HI6H-CLASS M/LUHERY
woriuiaxsiiip guaranteed.
Gloves.
THE EXCHANGE
0 Fhkd. St.
Korchiefs,
! J-i JL â–  Steam Packet Co
CLYDE,—The K.M.U. Muiyaa~ I» due here from i»«w lorn via
Antlll* (Cube), Jamaica, Colon. OarUg»na and Pto Colombia, on Monday
LhefttH iosUat. aod wjUleAve tha text day for Southampton vie llarbidov, 8t,
MicbaeU(A.sore»>, AudCherbourg, takingpauvngari, cargo and raed*.
The Leader will l—ve theLIgbtaoua* Jetty, Q 1*00*4 Wharf, at 4 pm, with
paa—ngvrsfor tbfl **CJfd«."
JaOtodZndcia— pa—engara *rw specially notified that * baggage lighter to
be dtscstohed to the •• Clyde " will leave. the 8t Vlocvat Wharf* at 1 p.m
on Lbr day of—lling* end paveeagart are ther fore requested to—e that their
baggage la aent down before that hour* ,
IKblCH—The K.M.H. ** Rerblce ” la due here from Demersra on Tueada^
13 the 6th August* aDd will leave the ume day fot Campano» Fampatar am
with
... UÍUI .
1a Gu »yr*. taking pawengera* cargo »od mall*,
Tha tender will leavvthe Ughthooee Jetty. Queen** Wharf, at 6 p.tn,
pat—nsere for the •» Dtrblce."
The Baggage Lighter leaves theHt. Vloo*nt Wharf, at 2 p,iu. with baggage
Cargo for the*' Derbies’* will be received only up to 2p.ro* on Mooday the
Aogmt.
C —AHUNl Tfbelt.M.B •*Carunl" will leave here on the Dili oVAugutt taking
cargo for London and Continental porta.
flMlAMES—The R.M.9, "Thames” 1* due here from Bootoampion vm
•A Cherbourg, Ht Michael* (Atore*) and (barbados, on Tueidav Mib Inetant and
will 'leave the aame day for New Yctk| via £to Colombia, Cartagena, Colon*
and /amalea taking malla only*
/he '* TbameaN will work In strict quarantine at this port
OBltlilCB—The If.M H. M Uerbice " will leave here 00 Tu—day the 12th
1) for Urenada. fH Vlocent» Hi. Lucia, Domini—, hlootswat, Antigua,
Nevla and SU KltU, taklog nav—rgert. cargo aod malla
Verla and SU KltU* taklog pattergera. cargo aod malla
The tender will leave the Ugh thou— J«uv, Queen's Waarf ¿1 ft pin, with
^aawngeia and their baggage tor the " Derbies.**
DEATH OF REVO. ANDREW
^Cargo^ortbe " UtrUoe " will. be received only upto 2 p.m. on Monday the
12th ioatant*
BALANTIA- The R.M.H. M BalaoUa* will laave here on Tueeday the 13lb
inatantfor Camerera. taking peaseogere, cargo aod malli.
The tender will leave theLigbtfaeuae Jetty, Queen's vvharf, at 1 p.m. with
paaeangera and their baggage for the ** DaleoLle.”
Cargo fo* the •* BalanlTa* will be received only|up to Sip m. on Monday the
12th instant. -
Kext Sailing to Europe.
Yenmelau Sailings
OLYOR
TAGUS
OllUUA
TIIAMK8
TKKNT
MAGDALENA
... Uth August
'A)ih ...
... iUd Hvpt
llth Hrpt
Jet Oelobrr
IStli ..
imnnios
- LAh”' ‘
halantia
mmuieK
HALANTIA
llEltlJKJS^
•th August
iilih
UALALAt
JdB.pL
JTU) ,,
UOdabrr
1Mb
CIRCULAR TICKETS
First CuwetlckeU are (Mued from Trinidad to Southampton via Nsw Ygrk
^od Iwck direct to Trinidad or vioa versa for an ipe'uslve f*re of caa
oa dock airecvui -.*». ... ...^
Thera tickeU are available between New Y« k aad BtigUnd and vise mw !*•
beaiuere of the American, »AU«atfa Tidnvport. Cunan! and ^|'r
Idee
Ihssw ticket* are available for Ilf months f rein date af eue and pwintesteo
to be obtaired U> Ueak the voyage at auy urafl pwUtousMI ateu the dfeMt
Children 1 to Id reara half farea*
bscond da— circular ticketa are Issued at ati exeUeive eharge of Mfi,
DSUHMI HI»— **•«»— ,V*
Chlldreo I to U yeara half fare
Unbolting; of Bagaago.
VtwBiin »n Um, tU IM, tow*— I* PWflriy ImmIW
W‘¿¡^J““0tUobul,W*Uto » «—.r1. (HI—
For »u furibw pwticui apply •»
THE COMPANY’S OFFICE
9
UFA IN AkNff bQUAitK
CAVADEEH
l^ieCaoadlan Ill-Ion baaaustalned
a grvat to— in the death of Itev.
Andrew Oayadven, who p—d away
on the 80th Joly. Mr. Gayad—a vu
prvMotwlth Itev. II, H, Morton at a
wedding In the Tunapuoa Church la
appar—tly hie usual health* On Bdn*
day morning he w—unable to preach,
and died at noon on Monday, lie was
67 years of age* aod succumbed toa
very violent attack of the prevailing
trouble, coupled with pneumonia. Mr.
Oayadeen (formerly a Mrabmln Pan¬
dit) we* baptised on April nth 188b.
Having approved himself as a Christian
worker* he entered the Preabyterten
Theological Training He hoc/. Han Par*
nando, and wa« ordained at Tunapuna
00 April 8rdt800 He apettt many years
of mostteUhful work aa a native pas*
(or at CaronL Of late years he hae
lived at Tunapuna, assisting Hev, Pr.
Morton and llev. If. Morton, lie we*
a most faithful* dsvoted and efficient
pas tori an eloquent preacher In tlln-
dustani, aod rendered very valuable
help aa Hindi Assistant IMitnr of the
'Trinidad PrevbyterUo.* Ills death
Is a very great loss to the Canadian.
Ml—fiVn In general and to the Tuna*
puna Held in particular,
BE CAREFUL IN YOUR READ¬
ING-
Avóid the weak novel, whether Id
moral .tone, tn thought or ,ln both.
Bach rexdlog’perverte the teste and
incapacitate* for the enjoyment of
productions of geniua. To ealisfy tba
craving for auch food the mind eeekl
something still more starting and
unreal. Your life abould be Wiled
with virtuous, elevating thoughts.
Head that which will make you
stronger, happier and better 1 that
which will help you, hold you and
uplift you ¡that which will Increase
four capital for the Intellectual ocra*
irtana helpful influence; that which
will give your brain mental fibre,
nerve and heart) that which will
euable you to see further judge more
accurately, stand more flruily, work
harder, thluk more of your fellows
and rise higher; tint which will make
you more a man. When you have
read such books you will have no taste
for the weak novel. Ilnotouty lacks
any high moral, but it contains In*
•luuatlone against religion, truth and
justice, and it* genera! tone It in favor
of Immorality, deceit and lying, U
also weakens Inc mind. It serves
neither fur mental discipline nor for
the development of intellectual
•Length. The bra\n is tired. The
novel reader canuopgatber up and use
his mental powers and resources to
advantage. The weak novel creates
ami fosters discontent with honest
living You should take tlilnge as
they are, look the worll in the face
bravely, go to wotk wkh a will, and
do your beet.—Orphan frt$nd.
LADY'S STRENGTH
RESTORED.
CAU8KD
TKIUUULS WEAKNESS
BY SHOCK.
M My baby waaonly two months old,
nd Í wae 1 *
and T was’not very strong, when a
telegram reached me that my husband
InlrtAvlogoneear in a Western City
had bean run down by another. It
was, after all, not so serious—even
Lite telegram If carefully lead would
have tolu meso. But iu o>y weaken*
ed condition, the shock just seat ra*
to bed. end a very useless person I
was. Net vous aod hysterical, 1 had a
dutUoLtiing along part of the spine,
and numb feelings la iny aruis aod
hands.
•• My buüband came home aod made
me taaa ‘ Ferrozone.'t Ha bad used it
himself for nervousness the year
before. Keiroionels a good medicina
all right. L took six box—ln all. After
uving the first box 1 could oat find eat
—that was a great change from not
having any appetite at ail. After a,e
lime my color became fine and I began
(o foigvtall the fears and dreadip^s
that bad worn me so thin. Huob feel*
Ings are awful and It'egood to know
thvie is a remedy like Ferroaone that
will build too up, and keep you too
etrong and vigorous to worry about
anything;
wgd) Emma P Davehpoxt.
BUuiarck H.O.
You'll Had Kerroione a tonic of
wondeifulpotvncy—lCe really surpila
ing what nourishment, what strength
givlngand nerve building qualities it
eon taina Fen otoñe is good for
children—^women— men—the sick—(hs
weak—good for us all t try It, fiOc. per
kiox, klxforfiCO, at all dealer*, or the
Uslarrhotuos Uo>, Klngstoo, Canada,
H>le Ageots 1 Hmlth Bros & Co. The
Bouants Diug Htore.
FERROL-
Tliere ta no one medicine that will
cure everything but there are some we
know to be honest* reliable, and of
freat eurallve value, fiuch la
‘HUllQLt Uisnutaaeervt tuedlclo*.
* just pepUmsle of Iron, wine, aod all
(ha «tuitivo extractive* df aod liver
oil. combined, we arc familiar with
psrt/eleof II. and knew that It
* twneltt every on* who us— it,
JUOL U an uUl and valuable
If (opcowd \ij inoder«) solenea
laAsHS gowl and agt—a with every owZ
Gall and gs« a UHtle lo-day. You
’«sT acrrjr
d gaMatfisHUh Bros Ik Cv The
•a ntvg
Mora
No Nood To Grumble.
IT'S ALL TO Y01H ADVANrAGB.
nLiuure M*r *Mto4*i
V —• Ul U—HU tow
»to< .«,h*.|* If jm wl, >••»«•
w,W.11I1 itoMMiw. toSJ« 4to<*4
iww l>, »m toll wto, to —.III la ik.
M> (to--
U — n*y
. —to »*• w** ..MritowaM
toa «01 ton «ai U**¿Mn*tou
•w—In*.^ t ;,rLtNI«K
Oasu Duke A tie* — 4 ». j
T«l*p*wn# 15.
) M
•awecjq
ELECTRIC THEATRE.
WOODBROOIC, rOET-Ol’-SPAOSl
iqzjipnoxE 310.
PROGRAMME FOR THURSDAY 1st FRIDAY Bud,
SATURDAY 3rd AUGUST,
XiailTLX - - , - 2 - ‘ at 8.30.
Sontlnols Romaneo—1 Got! Drena.
THE WORM WILL TURN-A Funny Corned/.
BULLDING A ILVILWAY ENGINE—
Very Instructive.
CURRENT EVENT
j PARTED TO MEET AGAIN; j
1
A Bpleodid Oranu, which shows bow Love Is
the Best Don or,
I ' ^*y'*^*” «•**»*—"*«'*»*.a>*v^ *
! Nick* VVIntor-l'Iio Dotectivo with Funny
Eyo at tbo Races, a brilliant Comedy,
Splendid Sport,
THROWN BEFORE tho LIONS
An exciting Historical Play.
BOBBY AS A COSTERMONGER -l'1 l>w Splendid Acting.
TVT A TT-NTTUTHR
Wednesday, Saturday & Sunday at 4 p.m
USUAL POPULAR PRICES - 8c., 10c., Sic.
RESERVASE SEATS 30c..
W 80UBLETTL UHOOOLATB SOVBLETTE OOOlfA. **
3 °
FINEST COCOA.
SÓTJBLETTB
q
a
c-
C4
H
’ H
K
U
S
¡3 - PUREST Cl-.OOOIATB. O
S 5
O . O
» aonuLBTTK OilOOOLATK - SaUBLBTTK OOOOA. .►
ENGAGEMENT RIN
Diamonds, Emeralds, Rabies,
AT ALLZVRICES.
From 70a Upwards,
Every Mail bring, us FRESIIISUrPLlES of
Newest Dcnigm ¡n ‘
Jewfllry and Silver Waá
•I
;GÓ. till
THE TRINIDAD JEWELRY-CO. til
2/tfl High Class Establmhment, *|
TELEPHONE 726-
31, FREDERICK SUM]
s
ASK YOUR .DEALER OR GROCER
KOIl-
‘QUEEN LAGER’ BEER.
U a xt iv
—AND—
ROYAL EXTRA’ STOUT
Hrowod from tho Finest English Malt and Best
Bavarian II.
SOUTH END DRUG STORE,
No. 3, Henry St.
It'S! two crept from JlaH#*y Station, moat coaveoleotly
situated for oountry folk*, for whom we are specially cater¬
ing. All coootryordnr* reoeire prompt attention and des pauta.
Country cuitoiuvrt find It easy wbeo oa r—citing town to drop
their onlere with us end proceed on their other baalaeas. You
should get lato the babitof dealing with us*
Thoms fit*.
J03. A. LOMPREa
Druggist,
FOR SAIj'E.
NOW LANDING EX S.S. “ FltEDNESS” FROM MOBILE
CARGO OF
BIS^
TTTTU
sWHis:
OF
8PBEEE0TI01
TC*St"3e" I VC.
Sole Agents for Trinidad;
CEO. Ü. AISMs
A Modern Drug St.
IX YOUJt MIDSTl
The Transfer Drug- Store,
IB at present equipped witii tp’erytldng lliat 1
high class Dispensary, and is new under tliq*-
of L. 0. Wharton, Proprietor of Wharton’» Drag I
Fernando and Princes Town. Our proprietor is i _
importer of Drugs and Chemicals iu Trinidad, and wikj
a position to sell at prices to defy competition.
IMPORTANT TO EVERY HOUJ
IN TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO
DON'T PAIt. TO TBY
BONANZA DYSENTERY SPECIFIC
AND D1ARRHCEA Ml
^Theb—t preparation of Its kind lath» -n trial tooh—J indetral
Dlaribm* and Bowel OoiDQlaUUs now pie/tUut thfoaghut
Honanza Diarrlicea Mixturo and Dymntct/ SpeoHoI
can bo obtained wholesale and rottU at
«m.lth Bi*otho»*a 4c.
The Doasna11
Soté Agtnty—Port-of-flpalir, Bugre Orando god Arlo*
PITGH PINE LUMBER.
¿hMH I’cet BCANTLIXG .. 1 x 3 to <1 x h
Uh.DJm „ hoards and planks.
bx untiwKf *.nnxv*x,B
4,000 Shoots Galvanlaeod Iron.
¿30 Rirrels Portland Cuinent; ¿00 Hags Uarbodos Lime;
300 Cocoa House Itaiis, AOO Cocoa House Wheels.
LAUGH STOCK OF PAINTS OK HAND. ,
It will be to your Interest to visit us boforo going elsewhere*
WE OFFER THE ABOVE AS USUAL CHEAP.
J. C. NEWBOIP & CO
FOR YOUR C0HS«tfM!
Your attention
theliow BTANDAII
TYPEWRITER. This -
U beyond all question, WfV;
feet as mechanical resist^,
limited capital, ana »
perfect in its a
produce
TYPEWRITER M it
TRUTH-
TIlE "BrANDAliD” ,
lias two more keys and four more characters tW *j
oíi>!~r i r miM^0> tiius making it ver^ easy to ada^k*
•rtor lo
***k. * town IB m,.n.
"‘«“t'l1 >«■/ kws lr«k.
W“ Ht IP(»* and stud ut l'our next.
»nw I.W«i »» **o4 jr»ur
duffBrr
.^r,nf,*er mauo, mus making it verv easy ¡o
foreign languages. Tho “ÍRaudurd" u iwidtlelj
solutoly a visible Typewriter, complete with covor w .
board including the decimal tabulator and over; ®v g
appliance. ’
Tj\ '
»uu uouuuim uiuuiubur »nu pvor/ . n'
ipowriter^ ^own und «20 monthly.
' TIt£ LITTLE SHOP-17, Frederick Strtd.
UBaiiau - '

fT&E PQ,;; J^aPAmtqAZETl'jg THURSDAY AUGUST I 1012
~ TIIS'III | Bllllllllll.il iffiTu1 )" â–  â– â– â– ---â– ==
liiviiiized Mary Dust Bios Price 70 Cents up at Tk BONANZA.
E THROWN OUT LINES
AT THE BONANZA
, IN
s AND CHILDREN UNDERCLOTHING,
Gloves and Hosiery,
IPICIALLYI ¡ATTRACTIVE LINES IN *>
JIBsS* DBBSS * <3-00IDS,
IIES STOCKINGS—6c up.
roR yourThare of THE BARGAINS,
As we Want More Room
—you —
Ik New Goods to Come
TAILORING DEPARTMENT,
— IFOIR —
s irsrxjEi
FIT
-A-HSTID
*
EIOTSH.
Place Your Order
-WITH-
Smith Bros. & Co.
7, FREDERICK STREET. I
GENTS CARACAS,
BOOTS
-1X- ,
3BILiu3LODS: Sc vioi
MOCK BUTTON
MOCK LACE $4;00/Am->
New Lot Just Received^
THE IB OZKT^IHT'Z-A-
BOOT DEPARTMENT. -
iUB THROWN-OÜT LINES ARE HEAL 33ABG-A IN S —SDMlITBL' ZBIRO.S & OO
MOUSE-KEEPERS, HOTEL
KEEPERS, GROCERS, &c.
¡Just Landed!
h ————
Í 200 TOZCsTS
pwn Patent Fuel,
rov Halo By
ipping&Tiadlng Company Lmld
yW»TRINIDAD UNE of STEAMERS
UKWYUUK üíflpE, 13, ÜKOADWAY
lla.fflBIADl, and TRINIDAD, Carrying Through Freight for
B:*.. Tobago acd Ciudad Bolivar,
jraopoHBD HAIZ.11H» datbcti mía,
OTtAMIRg,
Ill,
â–º asAJ
Juna‘7 Jun*15
-1-
11UD*Id
I
J it
Tune»)
unslW July fl
July 9 July 17
July VI July 31
â–²ug. 2 Aug. iu
Aug. 13 lAug.21
Aug. 2T Ittejx. 4
fiKfpU 0 IHspt. 14
®epU 17 \SfpLtj ,
GO, ,1 locu V Oct. 10 lüct. U
Jon*19 June 22
Jon*27 July 6
July 7
July 18
Aug. 2
Aug. U
Aug U
Sspt.5
pept* 13
Sspt.»
Ú
3*
July 10
July 20
Aug. 9
Aug. 2)
Aug. 90
bepr. 11
Sept.Sl
OcL 4
Jti« 2)
July n
July 17
July 27
Aug. 10
Aug. 21
Aag. ¿I
bept. it
bepL *3
OcL 3
OcL 19
• 8
it
sc
Juno 31
July 13
July 21
Aug S
Aug. 17
Acg. W
SspL?
ScpLt
OcL S
OcL II
OcL M
§‘,.. _ STB AM KHS SAIL FROM i»|Kll 21. BROOKLYN , . .
Tu Tbuidad bmmxu aki> Tuuiixa Ux, Ltd.—New York and Tridld*4
Oa-Greuad*
AVOID dysentery.
««TILLED WATER, SOLD AT 4c. PER CALLON.
LL prescriptions nindo up with distilled water ami with
j;'Fresh Drugs. 1
ir,. NEW MEDICAL HALL.
Spark
Plugs.
For Sale by
I '
Sole Aokkts
BOSCHJHACIETO COMPANY; UP.
41 Marine Square,
Phone 184,
ANNUAL
SALE
nsro-vsr
OZETI
HALL-BRAND SODA,
— MADE OK—
Thrice Filtered Water.
MADE IN PUBLIC.
P
RICHARDSON. & SELWAY
We are clearing out Laces, Inseis
tions and AlloverS at Job Pnces
this week.
RICHARDSON AND SELWAY.
LATEST TELEGRAMS
IP. / Liquid Fuel For British
Navy.
BOYAL COMMISSION AP¬
POINTED TO INVESTI
CATE SUITABILITY.
ASQUITH AND“llimclin,L IN-
VITKD It) CANADA.
CANADA'S NAVAL CONTRIBU¬
TION.
PAGBAHT FOlPhlSCO EXPO¬
SITION,
ALLRED STEAMSHIP SERVICIE,
BORDEN'S AUTHORISED DENIAL,
toomuchTabbleano
.fctCUSH OYER CANA-
„ DIANS, ^
"Accessionop yohiihito to
.JAPAN’S THRONE.
OBSEQUIES OFWIKADO WILL
TAKE PLAlK WIU1IN A
MONTH.
MOTSUHITO’s’rEIGY HOST
W0MEBFUL IH WORLD’S
HISTORY.
YOSUIHITO WILL RE CROWNED
NEXT YEAR.
CRICKET.
London, July Slut.
In tbe second day’* play of to# *iilh
Trlangular.Uet match it Manchester,
England scored &J3 runt .for Ibrlr Oral
louing*» Rhode* did not Inciea** bl*
overnight wore of 91 Australia lo
tbelr first ionlng* b*d inod* U ruo*
for n<4 yvlck*t when r*ln pot an end
to tb* d*7'* play after only 73
minute*.
AQUATIC CIIAMPI0N8IIIP.
17»* world’* aquatic ebamploosblp
h«* been won by Mr, K. D*rry, de-
(rátlng Mr, 1L Ainat, Lhu* reyrrepg
tb* )l»W result. AlD«t slopped b*H *
lull* from lb* ,flnl*b, Berry then lead¬
ing by four lengths. Bsrry'* victory
I* regarded ** g trluujpb of style over
,tr'°gtT¡,K 8ÜFKBA0ETTE8.
The Insurance Coiupsole* are new-
•ring Judguieot* agaioit Mr*. I auk-
bur*t*udMr, epd Air*- Peiblck Law¬
rence for damsg** by aotTragvtle*.
THE DOCK EOS’ STRIKE,
A fsw doesvra have resumed woik.
but the temper agaln*t blackleg* con¬
tinue* so bad that tbe police have bad
to be re-enforced. The stevedore*
Uttloo ha* ordeied lu iu*d to resume,
but a referendum to tb* other unlooe
resulted largely agalnat* reeumpi lon
doubt being e*pre**ed •• to whether
tbe employer* would observe Iheuo-
dsrvlaadlog with tb* leader* fur tb*
maintenance of the condition* pre¬
vailing befur* lh* strike. Mr IUm**y
Macdottald, Mr. UUrady and Mr.
Louibury have aonounod that tb*y
would mov* that the Uoasa of Com¬
mon* should Investígale any breach »f
the understanding !
UQUio pukl Von warships.
Tb* King ba« approved thr appolot-
nientof a Hoya4Ci>Uiml**lon tolnvr*.
tlgat* tb* suriabillly of Ibjuld fuel fei
W*En5l1SH MINISTERS WILL
VISIT CANADA. -
Tb* “ Daily Mall" aays lha/ Domln-
ion Minister* bar* Invited Mr, As¬
quith and Mr. Churchill to vLIt
Casada when the quMlioo of bar
Naval contribution oomes before tb*
i^ciutek-" parliament, and It baIMve*
Loth will go. Mr CburefaHl eertalbly.
Tb* M Tltne»- *iprtH«* appt«va| of
Ibt i9||tiUd vUIl
A POSSIBLE MANrilKSTKR
IAJUK OUT
The Mancheeter vrvi|i1oj«r« thieaten
a Uckout at all the Mill* iu the feder¬
ation, If the wage question 1* not «ti¬
tled tatlefacUTlIjr,
PAGEANT FOR EHtSfJO PANAMK
KXPosrnoN.
Mr. P. R. llemon ha* tw>en engaged
br tbe management of the San Fian
cUcoPanama Kipoaltion, to *u|>eriii
tend a pageant on the greate«t erales
rivalling anything he ba* ever done
lo I/>ndon
ALL RED HTE3MS1IIP SERVICE.
Mr, Borden and hi* colleague
bare sympathetically received a
delegation upon all red «team
ship service between England and
Austria!!* Via Fañada, aimed itier
cbanluien oil both the Atlantic and
Pacific are especially favoured.
DURDEN S DENIAL.
Mr. Burden authorises a denial of
tbe rrpotte that he ha* resolved lu
rootriuute six million pound* for three
dreadnoughts for Imperial defence,
He and bis colleagues bare been enter-
laioed at Luncheon by tbe Lord
Mayor, and atdlnoer by Lord Strath-
enna.
TOO MUCH BABBLE AND tiUSIl
OVER CANADIANS.
Th* *• Daily Mall "says the Uovern-
tnent Intend* to use tb* Canadian
generosity to cover tb* *li!fty rout-
promise* wilhln ibe Oabln**L the
Uanadian contribution being reckoned
Inside Mr. ChurcbUPs programme, and
not in addition thereto. The *• Pall
Mall Gazette " considers there la loo
much babble aud gush oter tbe
Canadian*'.
THE *‘NB TEMKRK" DECREE IN
CANADA,
ThelPrlvy Council has declde«l that
tbe Dominion Paillauient exceeded its
power* In legislating contraiy to
Quebec regsiding mauUge i that i# 1L
sustained lh* validity ofihe piovinrUI
law requiring tbecanonlcal celebration
ofinairlag* according lo th* Papal
“ Ne Temerá " decree.
THE NEW MIKADO. EMPEROR
YOSUIllllO.
Dospatches from Tuklo state that
twenty thousand persons stood before
the Palace while the Mikado died. The
aonouocemeut j*a* received
except for a Jung deep *l|h.4 Wltbm
a few inloute* of bis death, hts son
Prince Yuehiblto acceded to tbe throne.
Woodva tables were placed before tb*
throne, bearing Ibesacred «word and
necklace aud the Imperial eeal* ; and
notables witnessed the new Kuiperur’s
assumption of the Inslgtita without
even chancing the gaimeute h* had
worn In his father’s skk room, I he
third aaeied treasure, tb* mirror, will
be received by the Mikado later. 7 he
late Emperor* obsequies will take piece
within a month at Kioto t and the
coronation a year heuc* Ibe new
era ha* already Iwguo.
MUST WUNDKBKUL REIGN IN
WUULU’K lllhTUUY.
‘l’he Ixmdun nsws|>ar>er* do uot
ttwei any change lo Japan* polmr.
til regard the reign now closed as the
. n_ .l. i.i _ i,i..
SIMPLE DISINFECTANTS FOR
ir and the prune moTer* 1 THE HOME.
r»f fact,” says our rorreupomlrnt,
Aspinall was tl
the whole «ITair and the pn
Mr. \V Mlddlolon Cam| bell pireided,
and among' those present were the
following friends of the <¿a$etl« Mr.
Peter aim-1, Mr. A. K, Boland. Mr,
Norman Lainniunt, Mr. It. II. McCar¬
thy C.M.U., Mr. Randolph Kus', Mr.
B. I!, merme»*, Mr. J, VV Btephens,
aud Mr K, F. Skinner. The speethea
were all of a very high order, inany*uf
them of historiral fmixntanre. A
telegram frem the Trinidad Fhsnilier
of (joiniiirna was read a* follows;
'•Thunder oí Coiniijeixo sends Rivet¬
ing slid hrarly sppii < istioit uf Fus
Ut's great liii|H*rial svnnes.*
THE TRINIDAD OIL INDUS
TRY-
lu the course of an interview with a
Entúman who atilvtd'heio by the
it mail, and who knuws fully well
what he Is *|>eaklng al*o»L he express¬
ed his strong In-Ik i In the big future
which awaited Trinidad. TheJIaibour
Echeme should not l*> allowed lo re¬
main unsettled Indefinitely« It should
be tackled in wiiih fotiu or other with¬
out undue delay If we ara to benefit
from the Increased shipping tiade
which would of necessity be passing,
this eld*-. With respect tu Canadian
Reciprocity, he had his own strung
views on the matter, but he thought
there wa* no need tu express them as
tbe ipie-iHuti was being well Uurshod
outtiyihe opi»o*log tuillev, Doming
to u»< Oil Industry wldrh was now hi
the furmiog, he regretted to state that
it wa* greatly feared by those deeply
Interested that Lheie wa*
4 blJtONO UNDER CURRENT OF
WIRE PULLING
with the object of shutting out the
Oilllelds in tfyj Interest of ts combina
tlun of some strong Companies \£ho
have formed a sort of secret l rust bt
monoiwdlxu oil alTaiis in Trinidad. It
would 1st the very worst thing for Hi*
Ulaod if this secret oouibine If they
gut all their desires, especially as the
ofUcials are simply playing hilo the
hands of lho*s i>euple cunselously or
uucoaKlously.
most "wondriful la th* world • his.
iWuMAYO ATUODITIKS QUK8-
TIONKD IN WAH1UNUT0N.
>Vashiogton. July dlyt.
lu th<* House uf rvprtwentaUve*, sir.
McCall muted ibsl the Btal* Depart;
ment shituld coniniuokalr lo Dongree*
a'l Informstiun it pouwssed irgardlug
tbe Fulumsto aviucltlva.
FLAGLKIN I'OllTO tt|t O
Fan Juan. 3UL
V a,tu Tuesday, uu« suspicious r*s*
Kanturee . «m* Puerta de Tierra re*
iiorteO yesterday. Hundsy sesees found
la be positive.
CANADA AND THE WEST
INDIES.
DAKHUBTTO K081KK HV W.I.Ü.
A MI’UK MPCSItMM.
Tbe bamiuet oIvmi km bugourol Us
ñSsS-Stt
dwi mJwí U1.W« . WMmm,
HW««I Im Ifc. MCOU., ST IU. M.
br . CHmtU wwlw t. UM» n*
dNiüuiU. «ItufWut Kí. Á> K. Am4-
ÜÁI, tb. rimR.lt. VwrMMT ot Uh
WhI MU CuiubiiUM. " A, . wlw
EASTERN_ MARKET-
QUOTATIONS Op MAItKBTABI.E
T atiíMODlTH*.
Wsduesdsy, 31st July, 1912. ,
MK*r.
Ui Oism «l 4*U U*s, Gasolng price 13 end
|U úsala, Uoslug O oenta
¿Calve* 210Ike, 0|«e«lng pike|U cents,
Cleslsg lleenu,
4 I log* 2UU pa. Opatttug prhw 1* cent*,
2bliMpfl*aí>3llngprls* 30, tl *nd l«
M«U seasnling te witf.
t Oast; tl Iba, í«UlngprU«3U tl an«i l*
used seeerdistg taouts.
vaurraMJBB. aaoo*u vuovibmkm, tti.
lisntlfal — BraadfrvIU. onioes, uhtvss,
Irtsb petalo**, feenniur* soap-
Dios üaan*i «alad Iwans. siarcb a«4
vegetable monea
Ordinary - Tavaiim rosea»*, tartas.
Osaka, rapa, aoa iaoa«, ptauuta* sed
Scarce Puiopkiiis, shslui>. can
láñalas, teiibagas, uuva aml «v
bótale**.
mure*.
PUatiful-AvueoAu p*art, tbinsUe
Osdtaarír^Maafwes.
Hcarue-SiMtfaa(M, â– â– eniill
tusara* aad paw^-pw,
PloatUal- Klag
«Mtt*.
preiaary - Uaraague, gawa
Ikone-**
píos apples aud
kUas. sagú *p|4is
Myn ,.nr, 'lining* -Sums kind of
disinfectant should always be at band
So«ne n:«M following U a refreshing one for a agk
room or any room that has an uspleakaat
ndoir (tcrvodlng It. I’ut some freshly
ground cofTee into a -tourer and tn the
centre place a snmli piece of camphor.
Light u with a match Aslt burns allow
*u0inient rtulee to «vnsuiiis with it. Ths
perfuméis very pli-AMtut and hsa'lhtal.
It Is far superior tu paMlIie* and very
mo« h che»j»er
THE DOINGS OF SYDNEY
SMITH'S COUNTY-
NORTBANTH IN THE RUNNING
FOR THE DliAMPlONjmiP.
A« cording lo reporta in tho LnglUh
pap,-rs Just to hand it would *etnt that
Hydirey riinilh’* rounty, Northampton,
is going slrnog for the first place lo
lhu championship table. For this
result the county it (a a great measure
Indebted to the Trinidad cricketer
Nydney Smith whose admirable bowl-
lng was surpassed only by bl* hrllllaot
iwiformsncv* with Hie bat. Four or
five yea--* ago Northampton wa* a
stvond clais county, but now ah*
(n< tipies tb* first iiiog on the ('ham
tnooship Udder with Yorkshire follow*
ng closely behiod. In the match
â– gainst hornertet on July 13th aod
lull, Noitbant* won by ten wickets.
They required only 37 run* to defeat
Somerset and thanks to *onie brilliant
hitting by Smith who scored 43 not
out (n the second Innings, lb* task
pruml an easy one. Two days later
(hey engaged Warwickshire but ow¬
ing to some sensational bowling bv
Foster and Field, tb* «Me cottapaed
forth* paltry total of hi runs. Kyd
Smith was caught at the wicket a'tcr
scoring one run Warwickshire soorwl
217 in the first inniogs eud 44 for one
wicket In Ibe second. Ths match be-
tweeu Yorkshire and Northampton-
•hire cam* 2Utb. The meeting of these twu loatni
was luvesled with special interest aod
tho result will tw duly published In
this paper on the arrival of the 1LM 8.
"Thames,"
PRICES CURRENT
NEW YJJIK
FBMMl!
Winter Clear* or
W.t. per barn |
MEAL'
Kthelrhsd p*r UrL
FOUR
Nsw Seaaeu** per hrl.
suiTaM Uw l"rbtl
Cry»toUp«r lb,
MuooovWo W?
moCaYsm*
July 3bi
20)901
11.03
Hi*
July 31,
ft.70 |l:o
|tjA fLW
f|W«
♦iWj
H4*4
fag, Island
UllJJUfi
. JSr ‘Bom
dixré pays «¿M ..
'feiVftrLr
DOK.
TWXH.
psr lb
-mr*-***1**
faHw
Itsislea
i Ikns par coat.
H 14MlU«k
IMVH
HUM»
LONDON.
«tiryatak
July A inly XI
KMM1A MAkfeVf
Pwk saaa*«« were ptaatiful. 'vs U «
c«* ordinary. ^ ^
AROUND THE STORES
J. Iiln.4l.itoa 4 I’u h... ju.i ra-
nitmi .11 .wnfen. J. .»ur, vkVt-
liuM Um TVre.il lur - iwbH w», ..
WU4**., Jouru.U lor A<1,0,1 uui
■Ih b. IwduS «»U|w: avi'IT'

THE IFOftkOMPIAN GAZETTE THURSDAY AUGUST 1 1918
grjgflaBSg11
FOR SALE
EX RECENT ARRIVAL.
1,800 Basa NAOKA RICE-
Ch.-cs
DEMEIIAKA JUCE
FANCY mCB.
GIIEE—1/2 Tin*
(IIIKB—1/1 Tina .
HRABS-WARB
FINE HALT
EMI*. F. WATER— I'ts
25Ó IklcH (¡EHM PAPER
250 Uoxch FANCY l’ll’ES
150 „ ATOLLO CANDLES
100 VICTOItlA ULUE
60 Ones GERMAN' STAI.tCJI
60 „ Sr. FAULT URAND PEER-Pie.
200
500
20
10 >
20
4.760J UagH
150 Cfutoa
SCHOENER & Co¬
re SOUTH QUAY.
POK. Eajaisnp.
That Comfortable fiuuiljr Rojiili'iicc, No. 115 Woodford -St
Apply to
SCHOENER & CO.
LAING’S SODA WATER
D0B9 not just " happen * to bo bottor than tho othor so-called
toda water oí various makes au l brands—it 11 Mado ^
ter—ilGqíIo patos aro Ukoi in every dotsil of its proluction to mam-
Uio its reputation
In the soloction of tho imtonala in ibe oleanliiiOH and ofTicioncy
of the machtnory • in the many of preparation, it» vory process
right up to the final hbollin^ and p miug into oaso*. the groatest caro
is txorcisal.
That k Why Laing’s Puro Soda.
VVtvfcOf* Is the ONLY’ SODA WATEIt Fit to DRINK.
It is an article of proven qudit; that will hold its own in tho faca
of tho kcenost competition.
ALEX. S. LAINC & GO. SUGGS.,
SODA FACTORY-
PURE
l«r- tpilOKE GO,
For Bent.
OFFICE
AT SOUTH Q.UAY68-
(HOW OCCUPISP liv THE COl.OMUlAS COXHITL),
Also—A Nico Littlo
COTTAGE AT TUÑAPUÑA,
Ncnr tho St. Augustin G,ij>, with Out oliieei
and water laid on. Fur particular* apply tu
Serold & Scherer Sues.
SOUTH OUAY-68.
HOLD
YOUR MONEY.
AUGUST 5â„¢.
MAILLARD’S.
TIIB
Port-of-Spain Gazolto
ESTABLISHED 182C.
^Wished IHilt, Mondays and rabile
Holidays excepted, at »ha Office 28 8U
Vincent Street, rort-of-fepein.
PRICE: ONK PENNY.
Advertisements o Birth*, Deaths,
and Marriages, Acknowledge¬
ments and lHiolMmvi (which
ma»t* be authenticated by the
signatura ©t some responsible
fpraonX will ba charged for at
8 each -â– **--
it each and to be prepaid.
Casual Advertisements of i«ry
¿ascription—per loch (single
column}—8*6 per weeK: 3,3 per
fortnight; t/- per month—to'
prepaid.
WsoU, Ac.—2,T5 per week each, to be
prepaid.
Editor and Publisher. . A, I*. T. Ambahiv
Manager ... .« „,T,R.K,UtMBUR.
Caahler ,4 C. J. II. Ford.
All Cheque# eent to tha office of this
paper In payment of bills should be
mads payable to Th* Pori-of Spain
is.
OaaetU
IdTcrtlsIns Scale on Application-
Subscription . 25*. per year.
Payable fa* advance—Postage extra
CURRENT EVENTS.
TO DAY.
Town Hoard -8 a.in.
District Court- 0.0) a,w.
SJ3. " Ht. Dmnlngue ” leaves for
Deinetara, Suriname and Cayenne.
Mails close at 1*2 noon.
tolale* CtrtaW«tet \l>>
I® » '
a
JrA-lp ntiiop ...
\ od turUna be woa oeeofdid,
tnost eortlal mention by tb* Uo»r
rather and* the OardUal Secretary*?!
BUM Merry del VaL Asa toteo oldüe
appreciation Bone Flue X preseoted
our beloved Bishop with * costly
Pectoral Oreo, a personal enurenlr of
the Chief Pastor of the Church.
We hare been asked to aUtatbat
Mr. Stanley, whose house on Pern*
broke Street vsi attempted to ba
burgled o * m* * **
employe^
Theatre.
rgled on Monday ulgbC is net an City
tploye* of the London Klectria ketelog
Me*sra. W. D. FUmeot (Jack) O. D.
Mason and Philip Gonnandy. three
welt known machinist# are starling
an up-lo-dsLe garage and mschloe
shop oo South Quay, Id be known *a
tbe United Motor Knftloeetlng Com¬
pany, and of which further announce¬
ment will ba mode later. An adfer»
Usemeos appear* to this Isane*
requested by
Secretary of tha Casuals Club to re
mind all member* of the Important
meeting of tb* Trinidad Amateur
Football Association wbiebtake* place
Lo-nifbt at 8 p.tQ.«attb# Clydesdale
Club. A targe attendance Is requested.
In the House of Common* of the
10th ultimo an amendment by for.
Arthur Lee providing for tbe private
whipping of male offenders con¬
victed in tbe M White Slave
Trafilo ** wm pawed.
The new pocket badge for the
members of the Shamrock Club
arrived from Knglaod on Tues¬
day by tbe K.M.H. Oruba It
Is very nicely desigoed on a white
background with claret edges Tbe
Shamrock stands out In bold relief
and tbe crest Is also adorned with the
flgureofallon reposing on the Sham¬
rock. Below, In Urge letters of claret
and green, (â–  the monogram of the
Club,
g the passenger*
by. the Itoyal Mail Coastal Steamer
Amon
t>y the . .
‘Keonet," on Tuesday night for Toco,
woe Ur. Jesse Urell, who has gone to
take up bis new appointment.
ment w£ere Messrs. J, N. llarriman &
Co. are offering several bicycle*—to
close consignment—at cheep prices.
These are good bargains for cyclists,
Annual General Meeting Trinidad
Amateur Football Association at the
Clydesdale Club Booms-. 8 p,m.
Kale nf ,17 heads of Pure Bred and
other Poultry by Ward Price A Co.-
1 p,m.
The London
8ÃœU p.io.
blectnc Ibeatrs—
High Water Morn Ü.U2 Kven.iU8p.in.
Hun rises . . &.B1 p.tn.
Hun sets (CHI p.m.
Moon lises 8.55 p.m,
DEATHS-
Kiml— At Hrunton Lane, 8U James,
A. Nathaniel King, late Senior Oom-
Ptsitor, Government Printing OfHco.
uneial at 4 p.m , U>dsy, to the Tran¬
quillity Wesleyan Chutcli. Friends
ate asked to accept this intimation,
Kuuakiih Yesterday afternoon
ble mother's lesldence, No. 1 Bivou
Lane, Aldwln KdWards. Funeral wl
take place at 4 o’clock this afternoon.
Filends are asked klodly to accept
this Intimation.
IMPORTANT FAMILY SOUVENIR.
«thinidai> a .rvwr.i, or run
nOTOOIUrilhofthe most prouiinen
Teachers, and ri\ il *«i vaitt* In i hr C.il-
M i .
{dedicated by peiuilsolon to an esteemed oftt<
»o truly show up beautiful I ere. Informan
ofbpalo, ^
i yj:sT.”
I.^rt/eri I Km t irs, Clergymen
pt'i. of InlerMttlng roodiog
^ul>lhb»r* liKud* In Esglaod.
(« mientan The only book wbtob will
' 'uni * Auru iK. * 73 Oxford Street, Port
NEW MEDICAL HALL
OPENING DAT
MONDAY, 22KJD JULY,
_A_T 4.30
ALL PATRONS, FRIENDS, AND WELL-WISHERS ARE
INVITED TO ATTEND.
AJSRATED WATERS FACTORY
Ok (lit* nioMt up-l<> iluto amt Minilnr,) type. Wuler
lliree liniuH fillered. No vvHler l‘r«m the WH-liiiig
tul> runmiiH in tho Lottlu* u« (liuv are nmdu free
from tliiH l»y n hot air clutnilier.' 'iliere unit he no
cliniice of cnntamiimliun. Cleanliiieiw ¡a olNrttrve«I
in everythinK
Inspoction Invitod, *o i(mt coiiHiimem nw»y
net) lor Ihemaeltea »lmt they drink. No inferior
Drink for low prieua can Ih; made,
l*aTy.~yTf3.Wt Of llm puroat and ltcal ul>htirmlilc,
and wiliuc coi)i|H»undtal and delivered with J*ro«*|i-
litudc and at )>opular price*
GROCERIES AND WINES ON THE PREMISES.
BOHETTIIATOUK HIKUAI (nHCCLAH* 4K0 I.VBIUI HAVE
BEEN ÜKLAVH0 UY 1 HE ETKIKK. ‘
O’RAWE, RADOLIFFE CLARKE & CO.
It llu •
/• t lltl
IN MEMORIAM-
Ml LLM. - lo loving memory of my
ule* K. **“L_
dear husband, Challe* 1« Mill*, who
dejiarteil tills “ vale of tears’* on tbe
lit day of August 1D11
'*1 think1 of him In alleooe.
Few eyes can ece tne weep;
Out deep within my aching heart,
ills memory 1 will keep.”
INDEX TO PAGES
2-Dealli of Herd. Andrew Gsyadeen.
He Careful In ynur Heading,
8—Lab st TVIegram*.
Canada and the West Indies.
Banquet to Foster by W,1C.
A Huge Huccess,
*1^* Trinidad Oil Industry.
Fatten) Matket (¿uotatloos.
blinplo Diainfectaats for the
Home.
The Doings of Sydney Smith's
County; Northern* In the
running far the ''Champion*
ship.
Llv
Legislative Council t Canadito
Keciprocitr deluile Ilesumed ¡
ImpeiKI Iuts-reste and Com¬
mercial Consideiatlons; KeJ
nation of British West Indies
«1; Aclln* Director of
Public Works votes agelnsi
Kesolutioti i Mr. Alca tar#
Aineiidinerit to Tax Sugar
*»y J3 to 6 • Agreement
A 111 i med by same Majority.
7 -Trinidad I till*» Association.
A New Prince Liner.
Toronto’s New A'chbisboii,
I»ndnu Klectrie Tliettrv.
Alleged I’cHweiwInii of a Mould
fur Counterfeiting Coin i Iiu-
poilant Evidence by an Kn-
graver t Dowlat Chaukeraing
the Accused Oomtuitled to
lb* Assltee.
Hsu Fernsndo News.
Grim War U|»n Pules ( heopls
Kat-Hlea carries "
Bubonic PDgu*
llorrvrt «1
. Can’t pass
UuaratHlo* i Rigorous Inspec¬
tion there safeguaida Netlou,
Ooo,l Security.
City Police CouiL
9—Our Article on “Mr lirteriy’s Bug*
geetioe."
**TaiaUon on Bicycles.
Football at Prince* Town.
Inventor «>f Sewing Machine
Needle.
Hi* Many 'lilies
St. AedrawsGulf Club.
> -incoa»* Villano.
ITEMS OF NEWS.
j Tuesday evening by tba good#
Milk eight U ucke of cedar Iim eesae
Mo taws fvoea the Soul been ae4 Baa
teru tUetriete.
The asaeir frisnds of Bev. Dr. Jobe
a will’ ‘
The Faithful Brolhere of tbe Soul#
iu Purgatory Friendly Society will
be celebrating their l£!nd. Anniversary
ou Monday evening 19th August at
8.30 p.m. The Anniversary Committee,
with prerident Altale and Secretary
Burke, are already at work to eosure
the thorough succese of the function.
Tbe Constabulary Band will play
* * ’ —* o’clock.
at Arima this afternoon from & o’c
Traveller* between the islands of
8L. Kitts and Nevis will be pleased,
doubtless, with the launching of a
motor boat for plylog between tbe
sister islands. She has been named
the “Windrush*’ and carries 24 first
class and Vi second close passengers,
the former laying a fare of 1/-, and
the latter Od. for the trip across. Tbe
Government will grant the pro¬
prietor a subsidy of £dOJ per anoum
for tbe carriage of molls.
Tuesday evening’# telegrams brought
the announcement of the passiog ue-
yond of Emperor (Mikado) Mutsubito
of Japan, afier a reign of 45 years, he
haviug succeeded lo tbe (brooe on-
February 13th 1807 He was born on
Nov, 3rd. 1832 fcnd married Priocea
ila^uko -two year* after be assumed
Ibe rule of Japan. Hit heir, Prince
Yoehibito, who has become Emperor
of Japan was born on August 3lst.
J87Ü The fuoeral obsequies of the late
Mut«uhlto, whose reign is soiung the
noild’e most wuodeiful, takes place
within a month.
A young New Yorker U suing a
telegraph company because It made a
slight error in transmitting a message
which be aentto the girl he wo* to
many. Ueving^othiog better to db
one day when be was on bit holidays
be telegraphed her “Ilove you fur*
r," Ale
few days later his ting end
leaving — -----
ceremony a renmT* 'hone bolted*
throwing tbe rider, and dreeging him
along 1 he gKniod. While tbe spec to*
tor* nesltated as 16 whet to dot the
Klog with great presence of m!od
iprsng from hie carriego, caught tbe
horee^ And extricated tbe fallen
general. Urwae roundly cheered by
the populace.
Yesterdsy by Mr. G 0 Deane Acting
'â–  Magistral* referred Dowlat Ghau-
og was for trial at the nett
aasites op the charge brought against
him by BergU Major Kversly for
having In hie possession a mould for
counterfeiting coin.
Tbe London Standard of July 17th
reports a reception by tbe Chairman
of the 1*0-0» Education Committee of
delegates to the Imperial Conference
of Teachers Associations which was
held at th* London Day Training
College* "The guests Included
teacher* In all ih* Crown Colonies,
Australia, Nsw Zealand, India, Africa,
Hi
Canada I
ng^Kong, T
Trinidad etc,"
W* take tb> following from the
Toronto .Vai0—The origin of the
natns "Amen Cngner>lia lalerettlog
and throws a pleasant lighten Eng¬
lish Catholicity pith* days before the
apostasy of llenry Vila. Each year
on the feast of Corpus Christ! the
faithful went in procession to St*
Paul’s Cathedral. Mattering at
Cheaptlde, the proerseion moved
towards the cathedral the clergy
.chantldg tbe *• Our Father " a# they
Passed along tb# ttreet still callea
aternoster Row, reaching the
"Amen”as they turned the corner
known for years as Amen Corner.
Richardson A Selway are selling for
the next few days Cup# end Baucere
at Cc.« this is simply fco advertisement
ed a blf
and bos proved a big draw.
Tbe Yeoesuelan Motor barge •‘Travers’* I
airbed yesterday from Cristobal Coíoa I
230 barrels of pitch.
rlth 2
The tloups " Providence" and tbe I
'NelIIsn** art!red from St. VJoocat f
yesterday with the usual supply of Uv*
stock aua ground provisions.
some other presents were’leturned
him. It appears that the operator
bad eent the meesege. " I leave you
forever."
Attention Is called to Ih.i advert *6*
ment of Mrs, Drayton a Health Home,
“ Bayildge, Hastings, Barbados. The
:>m# Is Ids
home Is Ideally situated, and affords
delightful oea bathing, while tram can
are available every half hour. Paying
guests are accorded every possible
comfort at reasonable terms.
Amongst the passengers who arrived
ids“ * ' 1 - -■
on Tuesday night from Halifax by (he
s.s. (Mimo, was Mr. Innoceutlos Cor¬
bie who had been studying medicine
at the Dahousl* University Air.
Coibie was a verv successful student
at St. Mary’s College here, having
tossed the Local Senior Cambridge
Examination with 1st class honour* In
December last. He left Trioldad just
two months ago to qualify in Medi¬
cine at Delbounle, but Unfortunately
fell III there and bad lo be attended by
twoPhyiklani who strongly advised
him tu leturn to the Tropics as l he
chans* bad seriously affected hi#
health. *
The new Chinese postage alampe,
according to lb«r »*N#w Kogland
Stamp Monthly,' have begun to arrive
° America. The name of the new
’epublic. as indicated by these stamps,
I* Chung Hue Min Kua or "Middle
Flowery IWIe’i Hute.” Tills name
is apperently adapted from the
familiar designation of Cbloo'e* the
Flowery Kingdom.”
The disoovery of what is believed to
to be the real *’Mount Sinai ” €>f Holy
Sorlptuie is lepoited to the Academy
of Wolvne* of JtsrÃœQ by on#
argolpg himself Prof. pr. Al
AUwt fioui Damascus, Prof. Musil
belisve* that tbe extinct vnleano
IUI sl-ltedr, in ibe Hedje region of
Norlblbern AraUo, |a Us HiUlcel
AMMieUlo where U>* Tee Command,
mente wbete given to Moses,
w,«. W7 |4.wd tole.ra (h.t
> sesnUs Arehdeaooq Smith Is
**• Wgh rood lo soqjpiste re*
favourably has be pro*
The Royal Mill stes(uer“Dslaotla" left
—Norr^ ’ ’ - * - 1
for tbs Northern Islands on Tuesday wkh
transhipment cargo, menbandls* from
thla port, lumber, sod tbe following I
passengers. .
For Crensd*:—Mrs L. Franco, Measra,
A. Franco, F. U. Nswarr, Mrs W. \Yl I
‘ chil* *
-Mis E. Ksllj, Mis*
Smith and child, Dr. K. Luclaot, Mr, R.
¡Poí7S, Vincent
T. Marques,’ Mr. F. Nelvea,
Learmond, Artbdeacon Turpin.
For SL Lucia .Miss F. lUveeea.
For St. Kitts :-Jlr. Gordon Pitt, Mr.
G. Proctor, Dr. I* Proctor and Miss S,
lYoctor, • '
N.
For Dominica :-MIm (f. Stronach and
40 deckers. 1
The Itoyal M«U Steamer "Bsrbios" I
sallad on Tuesday for Demorara with f
transhipment cargo, pesa and sundries I
from this port, and tons hunker ooal.
The passenger* were Massre S. Sahmok. f
W. A. Csppin, T. I* Falrloagb, Miases K,
and O. btackmsn. Msssra. J. W. Mon,
Docklsbua and Wilson, sod 18 deckers.
Jbe Roral Mall Steamers ''Kennel* sed I
•’’aalls-' -- *—• — ■ * - • 1
Spey" sailed oo Tuesday night
>)Iow|n
, . . with th*
is passengers, lfy tbs MK
for San Soucl.— Mr Wallace bmlth.
lor Toco,-Dr. Jesse Urell, sad Mr,
J. 0, Rees. For Grande Kivler*._Mr
Inaae. For Ggayagoayare,—The Misses
Carrington (t) and id
ports.
Djrike *’(5pey fúr 8carborongb,--Mr
sod Mra 8svll|. Mr. P, Curumlogs, Mr
Gordon and DU detktrs for various porta.
Owing to the quarantine restrictions,
which prevented (he men on board (fas I
Mall T - -i
Itoyal Mall Transatlanticateamer"Onit*a ,
from working after tbe hour of-4 o’clock
on Tuesday night, Hie s(winter only Uft
•* in the sftemooo,
ou* did not take cargo or paseen. I
gers from this port.
A QUESTION OF NAMES.
In some of the nountry dlatrlote of Ire
land It U not an uncommon thing lo see
carts with the ovoera. names chalked I
painting IVm
tica! jokers delight In nibbing out tbe**
* A INWUt ou d.T
uoo.ua •oouoU'|riua «haw o.ai. hU
boro thu. wl[ial out uokaowo lo him.
" I■ (Shta Mur «art i ■ ■
-1. Ihlf Jtoor oort, in/(ood mu I "
D1 WM lI U ' >h tho replr. •• no 1
» .ojlU** ft* »»»Ur «lililí ( |
llftm-, ooM tho tom poo. odh. I
• , saw the uxapous dqJIm
man. u that yeur sate* Is e-GltheraledT"
'‘Thee yers wrung, quoth the oountrr .
“-arte1-!..—'«'OMMurewui. iji
»*n *r*ft!*- Wf*. hrnooi oruhonr I
i-
£\ V m
./? > 59,9*
JOHN HOADLEY & ^
Gent’s Tailors & Outfitten^"
—FOR¬
ANO.
UMBRELLAS,
THE H)OHr.
Comer Marine Square & Chacon9t,l
HARBOUR & MARINE NOTES
A Lloyd’s message from Tort Said,
dated July 4th, states that the steamer
•'Mutlah has gone aground in the Hues
. -... gone aground
Canal, and that traffic Is thereto, ob¬
structed. The “ Mutlah* Is one' -M the
James Nourse liners engaged in the
emigration trade between fnaU and the
Weatlndlea. bbe Is a vessel of 2.151 tons
register and left Torrevieja In opaln on
June 2&th for Calcutta.
Messrs. Paul IL Scheerer A Co, have
received news by cable that tha e.s. |
“ PatAgonla” which left this port on
JnlylOih arrived at Uavr* on tb* 28th.
ultimo.
Tbe Trinidad liner "Marero? did not
leave New York until Tbnrnday 23th.
ultimo. Instead of Tuesday 23ra. The I
cause of the delay Is not known locally
but it ls hoped that the steamer will
reach Grenada sufficiently early to-day to
enable her to arrive here sometime I
tomorrow* A*usual she brings a very
Urge cargo of American foodstuffs ana |
genual merchandise.
day, before Mr. F. J. Iiasanta (acting
Harboar Master,) tbe adjourned case of
Joseph Boss against charles King for I
hálanos of wages, was resumed. After f
further evidence was Uken, Judgment I
was given for 98 oenta.
The Pick ford and Black liner "Ocamo" I
which arrived from Canada on Tuesday [
night, brought 9iQ tons general eargo i
for this port, and 41 passengersHsv. [
\V. Frito, Misses C«* Johnson and A.
Steele and servant, Messrs. A. Johnson.
J. Corbie, 8. Johnson. Misses U. Johnson,
A KIchardeon, h. Hlcbardson. 80 chínese I
sod 2 deckers. The *• Ocamo sailed for I
Demorara yesterday. Sbs took neither 1
cargo nor passengers. 1
The Itoyal Dutch Malt " Saramaoca"
took sway for New York emong other I
things, oo Tuesday, 200 balea, 8 .ParrsU,
and KU tags of rubber ex as "Delta" and I
A**>0 hides and 171 bundles skins ex s. s, f
• Veneiuela". Tbs passengers were
Mesara H. C, Duke apd Victor Alvervs.
Miaat. Peters and Mr*. Millikan,
WILSONS
IjIIMCITIEID,
**\»v****i ***«**«***, » BIG
CHEAP
SALE!
â–¡NTO'W OUST
corMnyraasroEs
In Ordor io Mako Room -for
2STE“W GOODS
Swfteping * Reduction*
HAVE BEEN MADE IN
EVERY DEPARTMT
oooeeooeooooeooeooeeoooocoouooooooMO*^^
$t I
ASK HOE
A CATALOGUE.
MMhd*eoeoeo«eooeoooooooe (G. & T.) LIMITED,

*
*T
V-
^HE ron"-OF-8PAiN QÁZETT1? THURSDAY AUGUST i 11)12
LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL.
i
o
CANADIAN RECIPROCITY DEBATE RESUMED.
interests and commercial considerations.
lrt»**ATION OF BRITISH
,rv^r INDIES MOOTED.
WEST
fActing Director of Public Works
votes against resolution.
MrALCAZAR’S amendment to tax sugar lost
* BY 13 TO 5.
Agreement affirmed by same
f MAJORITY.
lb'nlh" »•<«• <* tk*
tor »1.. Í ',bU •*"»>".ol wnulj I..
Munir or
íS'r*1 lo «MIlInnalUioMon ho
w^n.L,'l.no ",th ">»"> >" Toting
w#nM k* »•" thot
S^?l l £.dui rJ' .lr 01
Uflrat but thorwordo Lhoro would
r.iSfi ,*J >od thon, ill.
iVZ,ín'r ,hV' »»*"»'! thorn thot
lhf.ro w„ not lho ollRhtoit Intohtldn
Í?»"* P?!*ef, lb* tio.frnoiont to
Mma to th, Oounrll for addltlonol
ti.otloa la counocLIoti with thlo
fiTTm'nl M? thought Dr...t'rodo,
J.i. n ,on*,"h»t dl.rool rorlow of
i.i i tl".cW.,iu,*lton- hod omlltrd
to lot. noto of tho foot thot during
rocoot rooro Tory large oum. bad
wen eipendnt from the general
rerenue on public wnrke eotreordin.
• rr. from a table that he had before
him then he found that during the
!fn yun ended 3Ut March 1911
the »um of idlj,( I had been
on public works extra*
ordinary tWbich wav practically
ftlVMlayearjand that, notwIihsUnd
•nrf InAteipeodi-ure 'hasurptuv bal-
ÍV‘5.*,..hlld increased from £32,3 hi In
iow^ii ***#- cod
Dr Trade (Interrupting), pointed ou»
tbaUalthough larga aipendlture had
been locurred for extraordinary public
that bad
df fl-nir,
Ight hare
adjourned meellog of the Legla* | .The Collector of Customer
^hwicU wm held in the Council the ‘
4 Uüvs tounell wm
he outside, £15,(111.
Chamber yroterday at noon. Preseot I Mr. Alcazar eald, he would accept I oniv£58iMj
wtrtí-Ilía Bicelleocv the OoTcrnor, the Collector's figure for the time Toe Col,
SirOoRe Le Hunte, 0.0 M.G.. lion. 8. bring, So far at-figures went and|wastbie: ll
works. It wa# an expenditure that had
h«en Increasing gradually. He had
figure! there to show that whereat in
WOO! they «pent £H3.KX)un extraordi¬
nary public work*, there wae reeunent
In lUWofáSSaD and In WU3 £107.0 O.
No i all Everything wat being red need gradu¬
ally until la«t year, 11*111J, whlcn wat
W.Ümk«. aU.O.. Colonial Beciw
tie. Ron. H< 0« Gollan, K O.* A Hor¬
ne x^Gtnertl. Hon. R 8. Auchet
<* Wsmsr.K.O.,«olicltoi-Geueral, lion.
. ¿ o, Riwbe. O.M.U.. Audiior-Oeoera»,
Colossi the Hon. R 8. Matehall, act
J je» latpector-Generel of Conatabu-
I * Urr, Hon. Perciral Hteven®, A.M.I
I GS-'tttlof Director of Public Works,
BoaH.li Glare M.D, Surgeon-Gen-
| tral Hon, F.Gibbon, acting Protecior
&&#f loomlgrants,lloo.C. A. PollooaU,
f7 acUtg Rece(rer*General, Hon. II. D.
■i» Waltotte Collector of Cuitncn*. and
w WrO. Townsend Fenwick, K U.M,U„
I Heat. B. Thornton, II. A. Alcazar,
f LG., Carl de Verteull, Adam Smith,
f. Dt.¿ Piada. MRG.S,!?., Dr. 8. M
«laamee, M.B. and Alex Fraser with
Mí. K. I* Koaggs, Clerk *'
Oraacfi.
lEOíPBoerrr with ganada.
ThsOoaocit resumed consideration
•fibs Collector of Customs resolution
for firing effect to the reciprocity
ifrwnwot between Canada eod the
Watt ladies.
*A POINT OF ORDER.
Hr.jUcasar said be bad an amend*
Mat to more to the resolution, but
I; ^k« eouldliked tobe enlightened, on a
(watieBi f or >r, hither it was com-
* yuot for Or* Fred* who had already
n 9ohea on the euhj^er, tnbriagfur*
jewdwwtheramendment if the pre*
. bat aweadm>>nt waa rejected. *
Hia Excellency a*id, Dr Prada
.1^4 lot do eo on the aeme point.
Hm,MUer«u, bonevci, referred
^laiWntorDeyHleneral who asked for
k op the point.
mIMV*lo k op the point.
*•$ UNOFFiCI Kh OPPOSITION.
•Mr.JUcaaititfxId, hla attitude In
..* WijMUer waa *o diMimilar to that of
* w*koaow%ble friend. Dr. Prada, who
Mometi iJdaf that were It net that he intended
l* f*®?*1 *a amendment he would rat-
~%yhlsBaei( to give eipreeaion to that
~dJp*ia»oL Thie queation of Cana*
i.l»y*y*5*Proo^ty had been before the
> wood! on various occasions and In
ftnoot forms and whenever It had
Mes debated be always mads It clear
•w. ahila hi favoured reciprocity in
Puelpls, before giving bla adbeience
wAsyagrwaMn^vrhish would eatai)
wy mm of revenue be should like to
hM« how that Iom of revenue wae
to be made op and, and, if by
owuUont) taxation, be would not
*£* *hh, it until he felt eure that
JJJtA*Mlop would fall upon tbe
peqpe» shoulder* After referring to
*• ••treela front Jianaard at the
2¡¡¡>|ef37tb March Mil when the
of reciprocity was affirmed
*iK Motion of tbe Senior Unoffl
wm Asoumt and subsequently this
jy.wftsa, on tbs motion of tbe Colo-
g[*jwjury, a delegate wm Mnt to
“• fpeaksr said U was under-
?yd at the latter meeting that tbe
T11**11! wben eigoed would be an
a^wMaton of the delegate*# own lodl*
vAy.\op(ilon on the subject 8o far
M lea, xensrally was con-
aadvA^^ued Mr. Alcastr, be was
b CavoM* lulhessdays of
lN1*ietero*Uu'*l*lJ,,if4lry theF rau,t
*KmÍ¿4 ,■**“* enythlu, tend*
to wonUdaU »od promote tb.
“fc of lb. «apira. M »“ P"
- to.1, ,yM ¿‘[J, «I»
to the keen eU^A-
g« oa for the suprvtn. %
Jm th»y knew bos»
Sw A®?U1IUm hrere last year
ST'*S5 “*Aot ©I alrsngthenlog
to iocreaae their
the development of Ite
Koi?uiD?trade, Ttü vaatdomln*
with Ite enormous pos*
»blckti.aW*f °f>* of be place# to
‘Jh they should look for tlat tfavel*
^ulred new market#
KuSK?8*!were legiU*
sana. ^h* creation of tbe
that reason he favoured
Hiciprocity in principle.
**»wíí«ik!.,íík'4 »ttbl* p*rtlcul.r
tMfnKLÜk ot^*,r «natters came into
required their aeriouacoo*
tbat^?1!^ **'..*,®<* *)®®a eatabllahed
would ¿LaW1?» of this agreement
bad h#»-^J1 ®rt,e of revenue which
GolUcE!. estimated. The
'hs deficit ••timated that
kMin^vf) *ouW be £fi uuK In
5S5SJS}1" which the DoUector
hs * this Uouncil
thatbT?k?.4*\!* figures and stated
Ai.r^.^gbt ik would be £8iwi
■Mtts ^°Ü^*a*>* 'he.Gbainber ©f Oini*
•hk thuTni./ hsld io «onnrettou
on® of thesoeakeiw
h 0T“r He took
vEEZSi of D»e Uoiieckor nf
♦*3Souaa ha wat just remind-
U«s—Ukp «J him at the
•****! trorn Mr* Hero-
lha CWA?!?1*, hut he regretted that
fir, BarniiTi^4^_n°t tyld tbsua how
Thnew {SJuni* ®kur** were wrong,
•oaasf Iwmedlat#
OuUvwvorot
^Ufaeted wowM be Ism than
K^oíSi ÍÍ.SÍ?. w»jMa)fe«fwd
their financial status at present, he
•utirely agreed wlLh Dr. Piada's re*
marks on the subject and he also
agreed that they must replace by
some tueaus tbe revenue of which this
agreement would deprive them. It
mutt be remeiubeied that they had
committed themseltea to a certain
expenditure from which they could
not recede at a moment's notice, aod
it was Important to notice that th«y
had done so eioce this
QUESTION GF RECIPROCITY
was first brought up, be thought. A
few items of that expenditure recently
approved of were £1KUUU for the
Itoyal Mail aubaidy, £JU,OjO for the
road scheme, interests “and sinking
fund on tbe road loan and railway
stteoaioDa amounting probably in the
aggregate to somewhere between
£70,0» and £*),(JOU Of this etpendi
ture a good deal was not immediately
re-productive, though la time it
would probably become so. To make
ends meet last year they had to
encroach on their reserve fund to a
considerable extcuU lie was pretty
certain that the ordinary revenue of
(he Colony Would nob be sufllcient
aext year to meet the necessary ex*
penditore and that, under ordinary
• iicumalance®. they would have U>
resort to additional taxation, aa the
reserve fund by direction of the See
retary of nut* could oot be touched
below a certain figure aud further
they would have lo increase it annual
iy by a contribution of £3,00. And
yet they were asked by the rerolutloil
to further cripple the resource* with
which the Finance Committee would
bavelo meet lb® expenditure for the
next financial year Now, do doubt
he would be tolJ that there waa a
vet y easy means of supplying the de¬
ficiency in revenue Jn nía pessimism
was J'istiíod aud that was bv
TRANSFERRING DUTIES
from preferred articles to other
articles. Uut upon what other articles
were they going to impose an addi¬
tional duty? It had been admitted
that tbe coat of living in this colony
bad iocreaaed very considerably of
late, especially since the Customs
duties had been doubled, It waa not
auggeated at the meeting of the
Chamber of Commerce by any
single speaker that the granting of
this preference would cheapen any
of the preferred articles. Dut that
argument which wae advanced for the
first time by Mr. Adam firallh on the
previous day left him stilt uncon¬
vinced and he still believed, and
agreed with Dr. Preda, that the pr**
frrred articles would not be a whit
cheaper If this agteeuaent were ta«
i«rea Into, la the discussions that
took place both at the Chamber and
ihle Council practically every speaker that tbe
•inly persons likely to derive any
bsucUt from the agreement were tbe
tugar planters. It tbe proposed
tranvferwnce of duties increased tbe
oovtofUving, what would be th®
result! Tbe poor labouring man who
worked on an estate would have tbe
cost of his living iocreaaed In order to
put money Into (he bands of bla
Employer, Now, wat that fair? If
tbe transference wm to take place, be
thought It a serious matur aod they
should consider well wbat tbe
NATURE OF THAT TRANS*
* FKRBNCE
ought to be* To hie tulod it wae a
far more equitable way of replacing
*J># loss cf revenue by a tax tbai
Mdd fall on the shoulders of those
were the only ones to beoetll
iw!m u*1# agreement. It wae a fact
that*most 0« ‘heloc** proprietors had
TSoa^eraUe amount ol money
15 wgif"“W y-ori. wur
¡Sííjíod MrtUD^I Dot t*en Hi.
’St^rr^'isr 'in
ss
l°riVia,it It b-^or« tb. .grajm.nl
â– raa raUfled w that the eugarlodustry
0oUDfitV“lL"?™*.V.ml,U*WtOuM
iiutdpmy forth. b«n«m. It wouM
ÍSÍi,. IU Ih.retora, nio.fd:—
”th»l in rtsw ■>< th. f«t tbit lh.
-•«bcjurocUf agreement with the
e doutmion uf Canada will *
.< l>m uf rerenue which is required for
..aTbll, work. »nd oth.r ..p.odltu«
•• lo which th. colooy i. «muoiUMjí.
■•»uJ ooo«Ul«l*f th»t lh. only
::s.ar."^l-pp-toht:o7i
.•“m .oci«r«w.u.n,.r. th. .ug.r
&ra.l.i. .*SÍ
.. ca ofV.»»** »««• bt»»**
•• wTich wtU f*tl th.ur»n«I tW th.
• M«tJ.r.ttoo of thl. «gr.rio.ot h.
si udul
■«nottpw^i uoau the tax to be
•• ISpSSl for umklog on «««h **“ *|
. (•%,«que b* ibunuíse» aod approved
•• by (HU Ouuacll ’’
•"•^fSRftcrroHT.
The Oeltsi-‘t Bure- ary aakd, hs
me TTiTTy "»• mwivm skeuV* iV.^ raedle*
rtwh (X>M w ^ 1 tk« <**»*••*»% <* U«
Secretary said, his point
that, notwithstanding this
expenditure, their surplus bad in
creased, and If tbe Government had
adopted the very unwise potiry o'
boardiogup their balances, instead uf
•pending them on public works profita¬
bly as they had done, they might have
been showing a surplus bxlanee -of
or £tOO,WD. But it must lie
remembered that the sum which wae
devolt’d from year to year for extraor¬
dinary public works was a sum that
stood between the Government and the
application to this Council for addi¬
tional taxation. Attention had been
called to the fact'hat of the amount
they spenr on extraordinary public
wot k< ¿SJ OUO was pledged for the next
twelve or thirteen years. Hut sea set¬
off agslnst Ibxtit must be ternembeml
that they had the authority of the
Secretary of State to spend a
year from loin funds on ettr-sosdinary
pjbtic woiks which, in previous year®,
had to be met from general revenue.
On account of tbe immediate and pros¬
pective advantages offered by i be
agreement it waa in the best ioterest of
the colony that they should adhere to
it and be proposed to vote for the reso*
iution.
UNOFFICIAL SUPPORT.
D«. Laurence said, he had had no in-
tenliou of taking any part in the dis*
â–  ixsion on Canadian reciprocity. But
ifter listening on Tuesday to tbe very
full and forceful speech uf tits frienq,
Dr Prada, be wm induced to change
his purpqpe and endeavour, if only for
(he sake of old associations to sidure»s
¿Ms Council that day, hoping etroDgly
that lo the result hs would schieva the
conversion of his fcotnñírable friend
to the view which he entertained,
(laughter) They were all there that day
takiug part la tbe first art of a great
OFFICI «L GRIMA
From tbe dramata mrsorns be was
loth to see his friend absent. They
were endeavouring to embark the for¬
tunes of tbjf colony on the rising
waters of what, be hoped, would ire a
very proenerotis tide. He bad no
agricultural interests that might In
any way ex eo unconsciously clmul bis
reason la attempting to deal with the
subject Nor bad he any commercial
knowledge or aptitude which might
help to solve some of the difficult pro¬
blems associated with tbe question
But, there were one or two point# on
which he bad consulted commercial
and agrlcutura! friends so ae to form
an Independent opinion for iilmaelf on
llie subject of recicrocity with Canada.
Th-re wis one thing tuit seemed to
ha*# vote ed . very deeply into the
souls of some of thrir commercial meu
of the illy, which If be mistook no*,
had not been adverted to In this
llousv, and that qusslian wae the dis¬
ruption of old and valued ties, and the
eevermgof pleasant »nl long stand-
associations wl b tb* commercial
ni*mbers of the Uni ed btaies,
-vili which this colony dealt. Uo*
less h<> had been iniaiofnrmed he
«pprfhended that there would not be
lb® »ligni«ft necessity for lu The
question would not be, who shipped
me preferred articles to this colony,
udu® they were tb >se articles. Aud as
hinges it could 4m proved that goods
received here were of Can Milan origin
it diJ not milter through which
cbuiuel 'bey tame, tho advantage of
prefer-mco would be accorded them.
He was glad toses be had tbe appruv
«I uf ilie Collector of Ouvtouie on that
p-iot. Toen there was tbe quMlion
of th®
V iltlOUS INTBRK4TiMNVOLVED.
I'hat coooa had any reason to com¬
plain, hs hioiseif ouuld not see. The
only f«»r which lie coukl imagine was
be pjsslbillty of cocoa belug called
up>m to bear extra burdsnsin support
mg this reetproci y agreeuim1. Hs
sgieod with Mr. de Veiieu-I that no
oue industry, be it even the predoinl
nant industry, should be called uj>oo
to beer the largest abare of tbe coat of
such agreement. Dot be did out thlak
that would be eecesiary Then there
was the question of sugar on which
Lhu whole discussion on reciprocity
seemed loelloed to turo. While he
was uut partleularlv enamoured of the
methods adopted for the support of
the sugar industry by wayot Immigra¬
tion, hs, on bis part, ahould greatly
r grot to see soy chaster befall that
sugar industry at tblsuiement- Hugar
was tlie loJtfiiry likely to be rmist
beaffitted by this agre«meou -and'be
very silence of the Senior Unofficial
Member on thstpoiot was tantamount
toan admission ihat tbs sugar iodos
try wuukl oot suffer if it b >*e a large
•hare Of the reepoaeibiliUve thatiaigot
aoerue to Ibes# colonies through the
rslifio ilioo of the agreement, ilsnow
wlshwd to deal with one or two points
raUed by Dr. Freda oa lbs previous
dfy, and mare partleularlv so as those
were the d ffiouhpoints with which hs
(the speaker) boa to deed In eouilag to
a dettuit# conclusion oa tbe matter.
The firatqueslioa was whether ibta re
¿Ipnoity engagemsot wm guieg tu
weikootto the guuJ of this man io
the swwt. AUheaigk be wu net qelte
serte*rd a« to the accruing of as)
rtssfit to tbe iaksMixtr uopee th • ur
i-aogssassr. be M euus« hope (eu4 h«
ihoxgbt there was sum® utU® tuunda
the erlling end buyleg
tbe tabouriog cla*ie« mig
some Advantage at trail by eotu
pe Ition la the fluir trade and rape
dally In tbe bread trade And nowh*
oaiue to tbe particular point on which
discussion was likely to turn sod I he
revoluti *u accepted or r* ivied, and
that was the question of who would
"pay thefiiper, whowoi'd
BE *U THE UUUNTV
While he eyropathlaed with Dr Trade
In hla interpretaron of Hie IStctllen
•/‘•aseurance that there would be no
added taxatloo to euoport this rerinro
city agteemenl, still he was willing
to accept Hie Excellency's assurance
that no such (station should be levied
on th# coldoy. 8o loirg as they were
a ble to toeet InH agreement by the or
dinary income of th# colony, well and
good. Uut if th# coet of the agreement
would etVal! any qi cstir a of taxation,
th# U tvernruenl would realise that
the sugar Industry should bear If not
tbe m ire, probably the greater por¬
tion of that ros*, lie could not coo-
ceiveoo® in IliS Etoelleory's poeinon
glvingutcrr-noeto a itatemen like
that which would ni»ter»ri|y infliimo-
th«-iniuds of mem'v-rs at chsi tuhir
nor'hat Ills ICloncy would notap
Íit relate ihe difference that must exiei
letwcen taxation Impoaed directly and
osteoilbly for the sup|K>rt of the
agreement and taxation Insidiously
brought lo f >r the asm# lesson: be¬
cause such action would expuse such a
governor to the altlclun of tbe future
genera* loos of the cdlony. not lo speak
of the present. But there was one
part of Ur. Trada'sepeech which eceu.-
ed very ranch unlike himself, and that
wae where he thought it would b®
betlerfor this colonr had it practically
•at on the rail likeuamslca and (ire
nada, allowing this battle to be fought
by the slater colonic*, and thru to
slide down and shate in the spoils
when there wae victory. (Leugnteri
There Was no question that they were
railed upon to take two views at Uaij.
of this tub,Jtt,— the large and iuipe
rial view and the inure local, federal
v>w. lie wae firmly convinced that,
unless there was some strong
IMPERIAL NECESSITY
directing the action of t he auth>rilie*
In the matter, they would hat Jly hare
ftone to the expense and t amble to
itve santont that Royal Cominiaelon
and In Canada to hare mad# such close
and careful arrangements ae had Ik^d
made. The HoHcttnir General, on the
prevloue day, had said that they were
willing lo pay £23,0(10 fur the premier
place at regarded the shipping point of
view In these Islands. Tost day they
were asked to vole £9,OUO or £li,000 to
keep their claim of the premier com¬
mercial position In these waters A nd
hs could not but believe that this was
ttie etepping.stone to the time which
would com® soouer or later when,
under federal govei muent, this would
occupy tb* premier ^federal position a«
well among «be Islands of the \\ ext
He hoped («nd he trusted that hope,
would not be stultified) that even in
tbe lifetime of many of¿ben»*elvea. |u
that very hall would meet tbe Federal
Government of which hi® friend Dr
Prada would be dci haps one of its
most vatuable and aiallnguished mem
bers, (applause) aud If in those days a
hancellor or tin Exchequer was
needed Dr Prada stood a good chance
of belpgaelected to the office, (laugh
lei)
MORE SUPPORT,
Mr. Fraser said he should like to say
afew words on thp subject of Canadian
reciprocity. Rut th® question had
been eo thoroughly threshed out that
it would be presumption on his part
to add anything to U. Thetewainne
point however, he would like to bring
Ibrward, and that was tbe curious
silence on tbe (>art of the enrice and
opponfots of 1 he agreement uf what
they expected to g-*tfrom 'ana-1 «and
wh’kt they expected to gi*# If reel*
pfoepy meant anything at all it meant
an ex-hang* and abtrgam Wti-n
tbe official delegate sod ¿lie c uuine •*
cial adviser were sent to Gonada there
were ceitsia points put h-for* th-*in
anf, ae fsrasheknev, »h*y h*d »»t
exceeded their Instruct om lur. lie
thought, they bad got * brttrr bargain
than whit was hoped for. He was
glad tossy he was oot of those who
wyje iu favour of th* reciprocity
agreement. He thoocht they had
mide a ver/good Itargain The p« *-
ft* ejee oq sugar alone wax a thing
that could hardly b« over-estimated
He felt that th# colony would go *0
wreck and rulo ifsu^ar wen out of
cultivation, It wa^uch a grea piwer
in the place for euipl •yment and
labour that It would be a vet v miser¬
able place wlibou iug«- Thai wee
an Immediate benefit. With regard to
ooooa if there wm nothing much in the
agreement for coros, he thought 1u
years io come It might b-eotue aveiy
important I em In the flnanc*v rt the
colony. II® also tbxuht with regatd
to oconuti it would b*> ihe »iui®
thing With stofArd to tb* larger
auealon nf lloktog up the Wextln-
lea, h# thought that was a very great
point indeed. When they came to
cootidcr that they would be in
the po»l ion of Junior p trine • in on®
of tb® richest and moat powerful
countries of the worid.^-Gausda,— h*
thought tbry ought to stretch a point
in order to acnelvé that end and.
the: rfore, he was going to record hie
vote iu favour of the agreruieut (ap
Pl*nri! ATTORNEY OENBRVL’d
8TEKU11.
Toe Attornej-üeneisl «aid, before
lie began to deal with the many
important aod intirfsting qusa
tioaa which bad bein ventilated
in the course of ibis debat®,
might he welooaie tlie first oocarion
on which Mr. Fraser had addreeseJ
this Oounoil (appiauw). He hadeH
au example which, unfortunately, he
(tbe speaker) was not able to follow,
for bi« remark* had been full of sound
c«xuuMMiseo»e such as theyvxpeelwd
from him aud he hod been extremely
abort, and by bring short iw hod not
losVauy of in# power ufvpeeeb, iHeiua®
Mr. Fraew had very effoetivrly, to his
utioJ, at least, dealt with uiucii Ihat
Mr Alcaisi bad said. First of all.
•v«n after hearing wbat Mr. Aleaaar
rood from hi® e(ieeehet ami after vsry
oarefuiiy cuusideriag the r«Mtou®d
ewródnwut whud» be had moved, he
atiil till not quite uedrceterwl Mr
Aicsatt • poeiUou lie still feittbat
•oowhow or another, what Mr Alesiar
•^d was a litU® out uf da e and tbeV it
would bare Imhi at a mere Proper
time w!w« tbe queeOon of seed tog (fete
dekgato# w** uadar dk«»4u*> II#
. __ ... TT3a
etpresrton to He# same fweMogs t«f | mnvf alw -Va hi r
modswtv #n»l diffidence wh i >. «n i
**r#4« th* llnit«® Rut h# did lint prop to
f « htus lv**lv with tb* enhivet It
*n*.l in him that i h« admlrab1#
*r*^h uf 14, i'rad « tiugbi ba t beet)
drilv^rrd on any occasion when it wae
proposed to increa## #'p#ndlUire. He
diJ not agree with |>r. i'rada alto
grtfarr in lbs retiñíate of th#
profit* to the mMdlrvua» When
ever an aigumeut was wanted on this
question *ihs uiid aiwaye tiottrd oiiW It was so CD*
what of a Pharisaical attitude
towards the middleman. Uut, after
all, wrr# not tuost of Ibnn roiddl#
rorn; the lawyer was the middle
man betwyrn the unfortunate
client and Justice » and the medical
man between life and death (laughter).
II# would, therefore. leave the
d-lail* of th* ouMtlon to the*
AitmiMi.no»i. iTNhrrs
Now. it #ee«iird to liim that lh#
leetion of the sUnuiUiton of in
(Htric® wa« a m-w iiiqnirtant oo#
which arose nut of tbi® projnise I
Agreement, b#rau«n. he though . it
waa one which went »o the very root
of the weakness Uf (he West Indies,
--«and that was h#absent# of sub¬
sidiary Industries The tendency in
h# West Indica in th# future, as in
he tur, was to be dependent on one
■ingle predominant and overwhelm¬
ing Industry. If members had thrir
own vay there wiuld serin to be ¿a
very gieat danger of tbe oolOoy
cornlog to sp«c(albe in cocoa. Now,
they found by experiuucr what
sueciahaation in sugar had don# in
tne past (applause) Out «ven aaeum
in? for one moment tbat the outy
industry which would benefit was
sugar, he i bought that would be a
good thing. Itekrsw, land be had
iward it meat! >neJ to ordinary con-
vei-antiori) ihat tbeie wash feeling
agilost I lie abeen eeism which was
mn-*Cird with the sugar estates
ba*. however, wu-» a misapplication
of th * original meaning of the teirn
It meant |wopte having propeityiu
Ireland leaving thmr native oountry
amt h(«#ndiotr their money ouirid*
Rat tli® so cabed aWnterisu» on eugtr
ratal#* hci# was very ilifferent indeed :
for, there were arvrral people who
lived aud woiketl llieir own sugar re
latee id Trinidad. And the Absentees
who diew ¡or hoped to draw profile
from sugar were n it iwopla who werg
taking money out of the colony ae lh£
Irish landlord*, but (wople who
brought capital into tlw» colony,»wlri< li
waa a verv ditTareut thiug indeed, *I>i.
Prrtiit haa called attention to the fat
that this wnaao
EXPENSIVE UOIDNY IX) RUN,
He had given ttirm figure# which
®UoW4*d that other cotnmee were run
at a '•»•* amount |u»r head sod on the
fate of it Hi»»® tlguiee were a htli® brt
etirtliug Hut lie thought tie might
remind l)r. 1'ioda tbat expenditures
differed very much in their nature
There might be ex|ienditure wliivb was
reproductive* A'id ctf«enditure which
was not, and a distinct characteristic-
in I’linldadwas ttie amount of repro
duclive expenditure that was going
on. They heaid occasionally of gieat
extravagance among the people of
Trinidads i'ersonally, he was ®uprised
at the umountof woik that was tiring
Uooe for Trinidad with what obviously
would be a small amount of capital or
elsathe rate of iuter®st would uot h®
bo high. There was undoubtedly jtlght-
ness of money. The tightness of
niouey, so far as lb# Government was
concerned, was do® very largely to the
fact that it was going iu for reproduc¬
tive work -the building of roads th®
op«oinguf the countiy and the build
ing of railways Now, Mr. Thornton
had complained that the period of the
agreement was too long; that U should
have been five ii.sleadof ten. or prscll-
callyrl* venas it would. UnUhepenodof
ten yetrs wax e-MsntiAl if money waa
to bv Invested, aod tbe agreement was
uo good unleo® It tended to increase
the security of investing capital and
intended to produce a greater interest
in trade. Steamer communlcatluo
would not be goo® In f »r to any great
• xteut unles® Jthere weie smue »u> U
•ecurily. Th® iiiv#4tiu«nt in «tetra
oomiiinnicallon could, in* n > way, be
regarded as henerolcnt on tb# ptrl
of Guiada. U waa an inveatme it
which was euU*t-#d mU with two clear
ohjeuU : ou® was the desire fo - pro
fit uhioubtedly. and the other
a desire which was held in veiy
strong favour In Canada of becoming
iii)i® or less aelf-suffielog, -on® iniaht
almost call it imperial uulon, Ther#
was one thing in the politic* of the
last twemy or thirty years and that
It
was th# generally held opinion that
for a political sMt® to ba •rif-euttiviug
it rnusi b® in close relationship wills
tropical counts is®, it was for that
reason that they should 1m brought
into touch wt b a largsr community
than their own,—not as beggasa. but
as people who had #om®ihma definí «
to giv® and svere, therefore, fls a (xwi-
Urns to receive «something equally
good. Incidentally too rosy iuu«t
nut fuiget tbat «team (-oimnunica-
tlon might iucn»**®4 v®fy p*ul»Ubl«
foiiu of tiade,——
o I i«v a *i, >» i
g lik- . .M®«t
. »r<*n aiiy rai th# iuul® m b Inaughtei) Hut other penpl# might
| not be similarly tempered They
1 should ask themwlves: from whom
had those threat# proceeded ? A#
far as h# could ••#, they cam# irons is
few Interested parties. It teemed to
hlui nothing short of an insult ou th#
part of lh# United Stater to suggest
that because th# eolnnv waa entering
lato an agreement of this kind sh#
would idipo## estalla* .i y dm ies.
would b* eonsethlug like
INTERNATIONAL INDRCENOY
if America did anything lik# that,
having regard to it# action in th#
past Hh® had given tbe Tbilliplne#
and Tuerto Rico preference. Uut'he
ease wav still stronger io Cuba
because, in any aen««, Cuba was
colony of the United Sutes Cuba
had a dlsUnctlnternatlonal status of
her own and yet tlio htates gave her
preferen®# with regard to sugar, lie
could not c onceive of a greet Gorem
ment like the United 8Lat## being ..
blind to it# owu international charact¬
er as to carry out the suggestions
cf eitner oos lot of |lruiesttot* or au-
other,. If Trinidad were, at this #«tg#
of the day to ispudist# her leader¬
ship after having instructed her del*-
gatee on tk# subject and obtained
practically what she asked for, It
would be a dreadful set bock to the
growth nf West Indie# Into one.
It would be particularly a pity if
Trinidad were to rrced#> irons ad her
ence lu the agreement because of
“JFiinklif® Americanos" (laughter).
lXm’t let* them reject the agreement
because they had been frightened or
threatened by a few Irresponsible and
im-representative Americans, but let
them adopt it tntli best Interest of
th# colony (applause)
TUK AUiHIXm 0ENEUAL8
VIEW*.
The Au lito. General said be propo.
ed only to adds few words to the d:«
cusrion, and to addrees himwlf to
wftat eeemed l-o b« <>u« of tbe chief
objections on the pail nf Dr TraiUanii
Atr AlcAitr -vie . that the colooy oisld
not afford the lose which th# revenue
would entail Whilst tb® question
was being cnnsideitd from time to
time, they had faced the queetion of
eoroe loss, aud they came to the con¬
clusion that the «.itony waa able to
afford it. Of course, lose to the teveuue
must be made up either by curtail¬
ment of expenditure, or revenue from
some other source, end they, bad a
reasonableetpectallonof bring able to
meet th® !»•• its both those ways. Hit
friend Dr i'rada had-referred to tbs
fact that th® increased custom# duties
they had been collecting vine® lOQb
had been so far utilised to meet certain
expenditure which they bad to face,
viz, railway extension and road ex
penditure Hut they must not lose
sight of th® fact that oo tbe tomple
tiou of|th# railways, they would begin
to get revenue, and surely they were
justified iu anticipating that lh®
revsuu® if not immediately, would
-
TIIR TOURIST TRADE.
There was uo dooqt tbatoorloaity and
iuterMt in the Weet ludio# wrr® very
gieally Jmreasliig in tbe noithern
part uf IbU hrmUpher® and the
chancos wete that if th#y bal direct
oc)iumunl colony wotfld b® b®o*[attrd by m
ui««as«d tourist tiade. Then there wa®
another point raised by Mr d# VeiUuil
aUrae tbit they should oot allow th®
Imp# ial qusetwn to iot#rf«r« with lh#
couime4Cftaia«Gr®at üritalu had not
ireaud ilMquwVioa uf til# HiosseU
Oiiiveuriutiasaa Imperial one 11®
iibtspeaket) was, ibsiefor#, ratbei
nr«p.ir#il fur a rwptmUuu of Me. de
VeiUaiTs aiguuwut tba*. tb»r u®#d
uut cixuidw to any way auy icaiperial
•eniiuiertt because-, »o far as uaat'er*
of tin- kind wi-i«* LuucaiiHt). lh®
Molbcc funnily had U“'» *• iUrot lh#
be*' eaatupi*. Hu h® lbought Mr.
d® V®«¡«ail iguoml. a*»' omy what
was mi atdy aa i suoagly advocated
by tip Hanlui Uu<*ft|cU( Member of
ibis Council -Hiatibey eujoyed it»#
piivUsge uf tli# Mulh*r Oountry'#
pro e< uon without cun'rliuiriug oay
thing a' #ii —but be ois>* forg«»t lb#
cuuiuwroiol aspect of th# rotation®
b# we®u this eoluuy aud 'h® kora®
oa«i».rat.l hi-Um. ulxU^fftHU
lu bita thtf. wlttulU rmj palau
I.^.ukI up... .... wim4* Mw,. to
av.iy. w., t. ü. «.«¿1/ .WU,-..,
4mi»I H. »»• .04
• U« Lit. »| u. f'.U Of I Mi UÍ -
tlw t J to* U Mb to 1 Mf kto,to. tit f rifjni w. ,!•«
v«uu® it not immediately, would
>r*than meet th® expenditure nf
•stablishiueat, and afford sota# margin
toward® meettug Ihe charge® on tli®
debt. There wav another item of
reveou# which they had had to forego
forth® Ustrfewyear®, and winch ruad®
•ornedifference in their rtrenu®. He
refeired to crown lands which bad
been lost them through the reservation
of the atinpnwfsl
OILrUlCARlNU LANDS.
Tit® time was corning when those
lan la would again be s*l free for sale,
and tbey would h«v« that expenditure
to meet their additional charges. The
*sUuuUhI surplu# and tb* actual
bsLooefrom 1PÍ) lip to dat# «bowed
that the estimaUis had been carefully
>rep*ted. and that they were justified
n coming to i he conclusion that there
waaeiastii-iiy *abont the resources of
th® colony wliicb would not iminedlets*
lr <-»ine toan cud. In the esiitnatei of
the ctureot year they had estimsted
that the suplas balance would be
£¿U.7J0, and »o far other circumstances
being «H)ual. that sum would b#
increased hy £13,(f ), hrluging it up to
about£72'/jd It wa* true that they
had uot boeu able to carry out oertsin
>n»p»»ed eipenditui®. but ther h#d
wen able to devote th® estiaurdinaty
expeodltuieduring the last four yeai*.
■omHlilng like £01 Ok) odd He did
not think that Drl'ioda was justified
in saying that exotoditur# was
decieosing Wbat hau happened wo®,
that io th® vears l^XJ-7. lUJf-8, aod
IDO*—ll, capital espendiiur® on extra-
ordinviy works was lower than in
ilthsr of th® ui-eoeding ten yeirs,
being twlow £00,QUO, but sin*e that
the expenditure, bad increased and
Ibis y«ar sh® estimáis* were over
fOJ.QQO. Hj that it was not ooricct lu
say tog that they had bepa gradually
decreasing in extiendlture Tb®
attorney Urneralhad pointed out that
it was very dangerous to sigue upon
«i|M-uditiue per head as d»u® hy Dr.
Tr«ul*. without knewingthe d ffereqc®
of ths ®«paiidUuru of various colonies,
lie thought hla friend Dr. -I'rada had
compared tbe expenditure» of thiJ
colony per head with that of HrltUti
Guiana, forgetting that lit th® Trini¬
dad #sp«iidiLur®. th«ie was Included
a vary larg® one on railway-, whereas
in Hritlsb Guiana, there wm no such
«■psoditur®, which mije a vsry big
difference In the perwotags referreu
to IV was beoaui# he thought th®
oniony would b® jusU1s>l in inestlng
auy loss incuned by th# agrss-
meot, In view of the benefit®
they were ei|)#ctiog to accrue there
u))on, that hs was not iottueoced hy
tii# arguments of his honourable
friewls, and what be catled their mala
ubjcMiUous, aud would vole foy th#
rewduiloo of Ilia honourahl® friend the
UoUector of Customs fapplanssk
THE ONLY OFFIOML OPT *NKNT.
Ttie Actiog Director of I'ublk
Works aaid that Ills Excellency hav¬
ing d#®med It s ir#iub»r# should b# («## to vot# as
they pleased, aod as he probably
would b# ib* only oos not to sup
port th# '••oiution, but xaib#i
lh# au* of Mr. A4 b# thuuu.i It oely right that H#
should gfv* a few reason* for what he
pro posed to do. It was with a great
dsMM uf i-egrwt th «t be felt bound to
vote egoinsi th# •g*®*iu*ut, iaor# #•*
pectoliy. b^c.a*i»* t » > (or mors» years
than h# rar*Ml t» » ueuibei, that h#
hv* been a firm b®ii*-»®i m
IMFERI %1. FhDbRATlUN
<* . Gouirsero# bad put It a( £1S.S00I,
L#i ihsnj put It at £10,' )• and he
didn't thick if tbe agroemrnt wm to
b# of any uvr, that 7| per cent would
be too maeh ts not on the amount
which would annually srrru# at *ft in¬
creased nmouot, Eo far albsmuld
read It as e i Ajinan, th# agroemant
was not for ten. btá for eleven years .
therefore at tn# end of «laven year*,
the annual loss would hav# amounted
from £'0,0)0 to £11 It must b#rt-
menahered that unis*®#
bbttee stkambu oommunica-
TÍON
than they had got at present wo* ar¬
ranged for, or unlea# product# from
Canedv earn# as they prloeipelty did
now by wav of New York, th# agr*#
meot would act b« of very much use.
If better steamer commualcatioo was
mad# between Halifax and th# West
Indies, it would cost »o ms thing «very
yesr in the shape of subsidy, and hv
•xpacted that their Canadian friends
would ask them tobea*lhelr full shar#
of that. Again, there had been toms
talk about an
ALL RED LADLE
wbu-h he saw tn soma paper, would
cost about SUV ), and he also saw
ths# Canada was going to ask th#
West Indies to contnout# IXLOlA
whilst she would giv# $33,000 and
kindlv ask th# Mother Uountiy to
eootnbut# tbe other $35 OJO—but
whether eh* would be successful or
not In the latter proposal, he could
not tell. Ho that instead of $4.01)
which they would have to pny at the
end of eleveh year It would be some-
thlogoot far from £¿5,OUO, including
th# share of subsidy for steamer coa-
uectlüu and cost of better telegraph:#
s»rvice. He thought that very few
people realized what th# revenue
might (w for tb# current year. Ibey
were all vei y pleased to hear that th#
estimate for th# last Hoandai year
was likely to b« £!.(,( tj more than an¬
ticipated, but was that likelv to be
the case f<»r i hs cm lent flutnual year ?
Ail cocoa plantei* knew tbat this
yeai’® crop had been a veiy bad one.
that the main pickings were toad# in
the first three months of the year,
and therefor#, eaturally there would
b« rm falling off in th# receipt# cf the
last financial yoar Cocos planters
also knsw that there had been a few
emxlt pickings between March and
June, but between June and December
there were practically no pickings at
all With little or no cocoa crop for
th® past nine months uf tbe present
financial year, he would b# very oleas-
Ingly surprised if It was founa that
b >(h customs snt «tose, had not'eon*
Biderably fallen off from whetjlhey
gave last yexr, S* that it amounted
to this, that although up toth«8tst
of March last, tbe colony l)ad been
shown to be in a veiy prosperous state
of revenue, it seemedlo nltn that by
the end of the 3tst of March next year,
the rerenue would probably likely to
be considerably lees khan wnat It waa
estimated tn be. Rut bs sincerely
hoped that he might prove
A FALSE PROPHET
His Excellency had etited that If lh*
agreement were entered loto, ther#
would be no locretss of taxation*
(//is £• tlUnci/t WUK tesptrt toil),
but if tbe revenue fell off and there
was no tnrreassot taxation, evidently
there would be a decrease la expendí-
tur®, and that led him to ask what
shape tliatd®®rea«e would take. He
wm very much afraid that it neant
th# curtailment of the eatlaiaW* ou
public works extraordinary (D® / u-
ftari //ear Asir» in the Shi >f
road*, bridges aud other new bu.ld-
Inge. Tbe new road scheme had enly
ju it been started, and p#opis all over
the country were oaturally, only too
pleased at the progress node, sod tbey
were in hopse *n the uext «fifteen yeai a
to travel hr motor car vip Hangre
Grande and Toco to Fort-of-Hpain.
Hut he wae afraid, that they would
go back to the year 1037 when fiir
lleury Jackson railed
HALT
and Instead of spending £70,Gk) on
roods and bridges, they would only bs
ready to spend iriO.-JU or £ta.UUU, Be
sincerely hoped hs was mistaken. Rut *
it must be remembered that the
¿i'),(J*0 they were spending were prin¬
cipally paid in wages, and gave work
lo a large number of labourers, aod if
they withdraw that frocu circulation,
what was going to become of the la
bourera, unlessoocoa took a vsry groat
turn for tbe better f Tb®y kosw they
bid had bad crop» for indo-fesr years
ph»t and unless tomt.hlng better
tuinedup.be expressed that it waa
only a matter of tim# when abxot
ssveaty-Uve percent, of tbe estates in
the oulony would be t# bankruptcy,
If the road schema wets stopped alio
gether tbey wovld be pultlog a tem¬
porary or a permanent stop to the
opening up and development of
tins country, sod, making peopi»
â– 'Uiy that they had over be
Iwvrd that the ecbeaie wm goiog to be
carried througlrto it# end. It# thought,
it right to point out that la his opinion
the 'srryiog out of the new road
scheme and other estraordlnaiy works
were a> the present moment, quite as
iui|»oriant a) the ratification of th#
agi#*m®ut with Canada (Mr. ci# IY
fsuff ( Heat, A ear). Then as h« had
•aid. h# propo^d to support th#
amendment of tbe honourable Mr 1
Aleaxxt, for the wason that In British
Guiana where the sugar planters were
the ooly gelosre, they hid com* fur
ward aud guaranteed to make
good to the colony any loss of
revenue which might socrUe
through rsUflLatlon uf the agree¬
ment with Canada It #e®med
to him that .all the colonies w • h
were willing to aign the agree¬
ment, were veiy much inte>e«ted in
sugar, In fact, they depended upon
sugar for their exliteooe. When ho
arrived thirty-nine
Trinidad.
HUOAR WAS KING
years ago in
.... . . aud ou aidfut advocato of tariff is*
Uoveruraent, aud that was lb*' their lana. Th# objeoUoui to# bad to th#
r*1 ideario# of Us a
cswdit Io in Iba laaoci#1 rovketa of
2Lrr-.sSM“jr
soother point reieod io Ms enure# of
lisa dsüois, ques*.too of ■«(«Ua-
Uun- It wa# doalt wl'k wrf foroitoy
by kU leanwd friood, ills Unllrihnsr
4J#n#rei Bo' (her# wero >m# «sr two
a#p#<* • of tb# > *w oe sh old Hks U»
u< #•• on iU« •'.»*« lou uf in* Douncil.
tt« was a * tf»4 *g to «M# tk of Liro
, Mtturoi iroUag 4 rntouti—ut wbiort
ag 4Ndu*nt were
ln«l|. ilu ius< oí revenue ahl.sh must
Mpgitor-if foUuw, aud saeuudly |iw
ftoVkf toinug rtsir bost cu»uhu#xs «*1
«M04 amd eoccHiuta. As rogarde to Um
kn «T rsrsuus, lo hi# opinion ihat
|#w bed rtsu ounsidwrably uml#tsoti-
mated Tb# humrarable x ullactor uf
t>ystoias a* they (tad heard «•vestí
times, esUoaa'ei ib# lo«s at about
tfkbli (»r Ik# Hist y«ar, wUnroo#
aod «iwm was a very bad second.
Then it was in th# interest
uf th# ciuiooy to ssciifics every
thlog for the sake uf sugar,
beeabie wTboutU thtoe would hav#
beau no reveou# whatever, lime, h®
wo# sorry Ui say, had changed, ajid
in stead of sugar being king, eoc.ia
was king, aud sugar waa taking a
back seat in a# much as the u>ou*y
uWouUtedlu the ooooa industry wa#
'¿4 tinuw uiorw than that cpinpais-d
with sugar (A vetea . (/uasfionk He
waa very do «btful wn#ther Uaaada
wouldh# wifi.ug Uo ratify the agree
to# t with the other coleóles unless
frimdod joined (Cuítete® ef Cuateui*
- FAirt ivdituU/uiy. Not only should
sugar ptoaters tsere b# asked ¡to
dsni) any toa# wUteh the r#T#jaue
nrtqhi w*£.siu. but it would uot L«
too hard * thing if tb# othsr oolenie#
wer# o#k#d toeoaU-ihuve also, tf tb»
sgrromeot would not U# eatesad uho
ual#0# Triatidad joined. Without
#. ... i that, they Would gsiu abeejuudy
w*U kuuou suooiUocof tb# (JbMÚtoc L both kg ‘iltoiq w««4 uyiy t4teq
'V 4 •*,
f

THK J'ORTOF-SPAIN GAZETTE THURSDAY AUGUST? 1 T912
TRINIDAD GOVERNMENT RAILWAYS-
I <•' » —— *
Tflniporapy Alteration of the Itinorary oí the s.s.
“Naparima” and tilo s,s. “Paria.”
TIICS.S. “ Nnparima " is toT»odocked on Wednesday 3lst
July, and until slio resume? running tlio itinerary (San
Fernando to Cedro*) uill be performed by the S.S “ l’ana
alone with the following alterations —
.S. Paria.
WEDXESDAY, .JULY .31.
^ >•
ban Fernando dep. tt.gfi a.iu (alter
m rival of Drain)
U Uiea-Brightoo dep. .. llkW *-n*«
(>UBpO ... „ ... 11.3» <*
Cap de Villa » n «• lil3p.ru.
ln>l* * * ^ .. li« M
Graovltls Bay .. «« 1.31 „
Cedro* * ., ... ..
loacos .. arr, ... 3.HI „
THURSDAY*, AUGUST 1.
ftsn IVrnamlo «leys '&<*) |Mu.
(After Arrival of train)
La lire* Urfghlon dri>, .. 3.13 ..
Guapo... ... ... 4.U) m
CapdeVttto' ... ... «14* „
Iron ... A2H ..
ÜiAQfille Bay ... ... (1% »•
Odres ... ... A44 ••
Jcieos m. tuft .. 7,40 „
SATUHDAY, AUGUST 3.
Ban Pviuando . drrv ... 935 ft.ru.
f liter arrival of Ham)
La Urea lirfgbten dtp .. 1940 „
flaa|K» ... m _»*• HJI6 .,
Caotle Mile v. lt.13p.ti),
Irofe ,. Ü4S i,
Granville Hay „ .. 1-3» „
Oedrn* r*rr. ... 2.1X1 •«
SUNDAY, AUGUST 4.
Han Fernand» dep ., 6.40 ,,
{after arrival of train)
1a Htea Brighton 7.35 „
Cedros ... «. ... 19.85 •«
Jcieos ... an. ... 1I,‘J9 «*
TUESDAY, AUGUST 0.
THURSDAY*, AUGUST 1.
loaoos ... dep.
Cedros ... M
Granville Hay .. „
lióla . . ,.
Cap Gua|>o
Brighton—La brea
San Fet bando arr.
&A» ft.ru.
am»
0.43 ..
7.>t ..
M» .
8.' 4 ..
ft* i „
10.41
(oonnecUng with tbe train) ^
KMDAV, AUG Ufe"'1
loaoos ... dep.
Cedros ... ,,
(Innvllle Hay M
lrois .. ,«
Cap de Ville ,«« ,.
Ouapte ... ,4
Hrtght»n*L¿Bi#A
Ban Fernando ~ arr.
... 3.4U
... „
. 0,13 „
... 7.* ..
. . 8.110 .t
3.43 4.
9 38
BUI ,
(oouoectlng wjtb tbe traína)
SATUUDAY, AUGUST 3.
Cedros
Granville Hay
I rola
Cap de Ville
Guapo
HrignloO'Lft lltea
Bao Fernanda
dep.
2.») p.ni.
S0R
:l4$ ,
*au .,
&08 44
5.41 ..
7.04 p.ui
NoiKtwill OMtinect with a Special
train In l*ott of Bpaln. no oonneo-
Lion with the I’rincea Town» Taba
quite, and bangre Lines.
MONDAY', AUGUST 0.
Iouhm ... dep.
Cedria f.
Giauvilis Iky «i
11 ola ... „
Cap da Ville
Goaua ... «•
lit giiteu-L* Elea M
Ban Fernando atr.
5 90 a. ui.
tUJ 4,
6.43 „
7.34
8.UD 4,
a 4i ,
P* ,
10.41 „ '
(uouneeliog with tbe train)
TUESDAY", AUGUST 0.
dm.
{after at rival of ti am)
la Uteft-Urlghtoo dep.
Uuaio t«
* ¡i de Ville
Can i
trola
«tranvllle Hay
Cediot
U.25 a. tu.
10.40 „
11.* ,4
lili p.»n,
18.43 44
1„«) .*
3.G» .4
WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 7.
Haft Fernando dep. ... 0.25 a.m.
(aftorarrivatOf tr*m) .
Ja Bieft-Brightop dej*. .a 10.10 »» <1
t luapo .. m jl'® h
i’ap de Ville „ «. It.18p.iu.
¿rola n — 1Í48 ♦»
Granville Hay IJH »•
Cedroa fttr. 3.W *t
dep.
2 3» p.m.
3.IH
H45
490
3 0*
3.41
704
Cedros
Uranvllte Hty
Irola „
Cap de Villa „
(luapo ,
lirigbton-Ui Hrea „
Han Fernando arr. tv*..
None r will connect with a Hjecial
train tol'oitofBpain, nocontieeiloti
with tbe 1‘tinoM Toan, Tabaquite
and Haugre line*
MI1UTISDAY, AUGUST 8.
Cedros . . drp. 6,0 a ui.
GtanvillftBay „ 6.4 „
Iroía ... .4 7.1 * *.
Cap da Villa H •»
(lu pn „ N.49 „
HrifihloQ'L* Hrea „ UÍI ,,
Fan Fernando arr. .. 10.44
(votiuecilug with Iba train)
Thu S.S. “ Nai»iriniH " L oxikhjUíiI to rwxiiuu liur itln-
tr.iry oil TliurMlny, 8tli Augii't, Imt should «lio bo unnblu
o do ou, tlio '* i’uiia” will oontinuu to perlón» her «orneo
n a Himiliir nminior to ubovo, of which further notice will
hu giieii.
H. R- MAR WOOD,
Umitral Munagtr ami Chiqf lit*. Huy.
Port ol SjHiin,
ainli July 1013.
TF YOU ARE ENGAGED
fyou rontempUto twiuz enjíWid. « il you know «Bybod/
who U eugigoa, you dioukl wot fvrg»t
30It3Ene'3E'’«T^
-M JBKNKIlIt ilEJJKT
, o»>| ;,‘t rSsssATuSiSt & • -Ar H.Ü»
MoVty refuodod if qiudi., i. . -i M lUUMUcd
&EE WHAT YOU 3UV
mvhm ••gar, e *na and eoaoneta,
no IT wm nnW f »ir that »n a< «nth
• f*£*r was afrannlyowe to bmaflv
t abooM he the one to bear <.h* brent
at an/ loss they might auitaln ITial
was ^hy ha was only too pleased
tesappmt the amendment of M«
bonootable ftJend Mr. Aleatir. lie
did not for one tuouient Imagine ibat
the Americans were going to retaliate,
but there wateueba tbtflg as not
bring quite on the eame terms aa you
were before with your Lest customer
(bt uffhter) Hitherto, America had
tabeo most of Utelr cocoa apd coco¬
nuts about 65 per cent of the former
and 80 of the latter and although she
would continue to take toem so long
as Itftuited her (and peybaos If they
did not offend her ebe would be willing
to take them longer) It was very
evident that if ihe fell herself
offended, although she could not
tetallale in a dtrrft way, ebe might
do eo iodireclly lie therefore
thought it was
FALSE POLICY
to run the risk of falling out with
Amesfoa. lie had nota word to say
against reciprocity in general, lie
was a firm believer in it as well as in
tbe Imperial idea, and he b dieted tt
was'quitep'Mtafrie for nation* to join
together and to gain a certain amount-
of strength and be resnected by
oilier*. Hut after all, wny should
they not have waited until Kngland
set them the good eiaraple, and then
they should have been only loo
pleased to follow brr lead v It was
jioseible that the Unionist Hovero*
ment would l*c iu power within a
year, and it was .known tbatt'ia
vety first thing they promised was io
bring In tariff reform. IL lrlnidad
was on schedule I), aod only waited
for three years, it was posslb'e that
they would then get not only red
procity from Canada but also from
die Mother Country. It was said
that because they objected to tbe
agreement they wete
LlirLK HNÃœl.ANDKnS,*
and, were not loyal to * the
Mother Country. That, lie begged
to deny, and be went eo far as to say
that even tbe cocoa planters who had
suffered three or four bad years, if
Koglaud wanted £*<30,(NX) or £¥V)-K»
(which no doubt she did) they would
subscribe amongst themselves and get
jt aod sent to her. (proionqed ap-
pinutei
THK COLLECTOR UKPL1E*.
The Collector of Customs said that
the various )x>inls had been so fully
dealt with, that bis ooly reason for
wtying anything more was to refer to
a point raised by Mr. Alcattrand the
Acting Director of Fublic Works : viz.
the ewtimated loss of revenue under
the agreement. Ilia first estimate
amounted to but that was
made before he went to Cauada, and
liefore receiving ary instructions,
His attention was subsequently draw i
to tbe error, and In goingcaiefnllv
•iver il. he estimated it at £8,1 »,
which was a difference of £I,UI) with
re^i'ect to the estimate bv some mem
bers of the Chaudwr of Commerce,
wh ch as at rived at through a C) per
cent*, estimate of Caoadian flour arriv¬
ing in Trinidad via New York,-was
absolutely wrong lie submitted
that lili estímalo of £8tJGJ wav a fab
ore. The Acting Dm-ctor of Public
Works bad rvfened to some tbuortof
au arrangement between Canaua Apd
the British Government and the \V«'t
Indies, with re*|>e< t to steauislilp and
cable communication. Tbe delegates
when in Canada, were asked by the
Canadian ministers* to fottn commit-
ires and draw up resolutions in con¬
nection with those two questions, and
they distinctly told the (anadian
ministers that they bad no -instruct¬
ions, but they had not objection to do
so. Accordingly a committee sat. and
as to cables, they recommeoded that
the AH Hed route should beestendvd
down to Harbador, Hridsh Guiana
aod Ttiuidad, and it was suggested
that those colonies should transfer
the present snbsidy from (he i'anama
Hue to the new line , and furlhetmore
that Canada should also pav a similar
amount to those tbtee coionief, and
Great Britain would pay the third
share. Bo, that If the proposal was
Can ied out, It would not oust Trinidad
a halfpenny more Iban now, white
¿he rates would be vety much theaner.
As to steamship communication, they
were asked whether the \Ve«*t Indies
would be prepated to give anything,
and «¡leaking for Trinidad, he inform¬
ed the representative* of Canada ll st
TrinidadiwoyearsagohadvotedfIt» JO
a year for adírect communication wi.b
the Old Country, and as far as that
island is concerned, he did not think
there was the slightest hope of her
paying on* half-penny for lomuviui-
catlon between Canada aud the West
ludles. I|e also gave the further
reason that aleaiiwblp communion-
between Canada and tbe West Indies
would be of benefit to Cunada atone,
as she required bet ter steamship eom
munkatlmi to bring out tier flour,
while Trinidad did not want It in
older to send her their vugar. Bu
that he did not think bis honourable
friend Mr. Htevens, need have much
/asr that Ti Inldad would be let lb for
sUNuoshlj) communication.
THU noVKHNOH HPKAK4
His Kxceltein f said that Iwfore put¬
ting I he amendment, he wished to j is-
iffy himself probably in the eyes of Dr
I'rsda, for BftpiNiiting the sgieetuent,
Ur Prada had very rightly taken the
¡million that the colony could not
afford to give this preference to
Ganada, on account of her pailous
condition, and U»e naoessity or e Usatlon. Dr. Prada eould not aeeept
**fs assuiaHae that tbs Oovernioent
old not propose tb Impose any sttr
taiallon^tn make the hies of /-ilia,
but if hotmurabie members wouUl
refer to what he had said when the
question was discussed In November,
w uld be seen that bis words cere
jasei—*’( think Honours bis Members
will remember that the Uotteetnr uf
Customs sstiiMiri that we would
hare to maks pcovlsioo for some
M 86.0 ^J loss, and we did net propoea
*• to iirovid* fur tliat bv any increase
* In Customs dutiaa." Chat was what
ha said then, aad It Is what he eeld
now,-the Quesea went did not pro¬
pose aoy sstra Uxation to make up
the loss of r*véaos in giving prefer-
eoos to Oaaads. - Ur. lauivios had
hbpéd that if the Uoetrument did not
dolt directly, they would not do It
Indirectly ov oy aay Insidious form uf
tosathui.
Dr Laureooe sspUioed that h* wa*
rather supporting Ills Kic*ll*ncy‘s
1. loaliag auis that no «iiu
would be 1 mb posed jf Hh Es
eanUso.
. .... .^MeUeacy, ooaUoulag. said he
dreirsd U» b# U ue u> lihuself as w ril a*
t»i the puhlli uui he was it.it aftaid
> f (- it*dl i i
. . , «iSDNORHftfANlHÍW
. . 0 Vac «o «nnfH*hwi iwtween
wfiat ha sallad their retlmated BUipluS
bslswce and what he callad the re-
eetva bafanre. He was told Ibat ha
7** Hieflrst Governor who had Intro¬
duced that system, and therefore he
wrponelble for the confusion that
had ensued. ||* hrlieved that his
view of the financial policy was tbs
tnntek one, but he thought if the
speech of l>r. Preda wa* n *t anvwered,
U wool,] lead people to think (hat It
was lonprrect. What he (the (lover
2?r.i 'S* A tvserve fund, was quite
flisMnct from a surplus balance, and
the Hecretary of ftate had aald that
they inuH not decrease their reserve
fund below n ‘certain amouot. The
® if5. *X* l**0 *e<*ised In
print for ImvingeiAggerated He had
^°vo Palled an naggrrator
irt his lire, and hsdhl unt think be bad
given the public ft single figure that
lied not lieen Justified, lie eould
show Rgures and fart that (he trade
uT the colony had advanced, and he
^ts ,iu*Hflea in saving, de*plie the
cheek they had had ih s ye»r. that the
general prospects weie aiinirient to
warrant their giving preference to l
Ganada without Imposing ei»ra taxa¬
tion Ha could not ask the Council to
ac«eptMr. ‘leseara amendment He
thought tbe Director of Public Works
(whose eunpirt 6f the amendment
in the cfrcmusLame* was a very
natural one) was under the fear that
his vote for nublio works would be cut
down, ind like a (howiitng man, he
would < slch at a vety straw (lauahUr)
lie did not blame hlai at all for
•uppotting theamendmeot. He did not
think it was fair to take IirHlshOuiaoa
as a guide, she produced prac IcalJy
nothing but sugar and as she was
going to get all the benefit on thst
industry, the sugar plantations very
geoerously offered to bear the whole
loss. Hut he thought that Trinidad
as a whole should face the position
and not thrnw.it on one paiticular
IndiHtiy It had lwen aald tljat the
man in the street, who bought his
fall fDh by the pound would not
get a direct benefit from the agree
ment. He was nót a retailer, and did
not understand enough uf It to be
Able tossy whether that wasrightor
wrong. He etpocted however that
if the middle man and the retailer
made money oil*, of a thing, it would
-be b->und io go later on to the benefit
of the general consumer. The other
question was one of
1MPKUIAL SENTIMENT
uf the position Trinidad held in reía
riion thereto. They were told that
there .was no sentiment In the teso
lution. aod that It *vas purely a
husmees matter. He could not
accept that. He fully shared the
views so ably «'«pressed bv the Solid
tor General and Dr. Laurence ou
the subject* Thera was more than
business in it llo was proud of the
pillion which Trinidad held In the
West Indies at the present moment
mid he tliought It would be an irre¬
parable dimage to the colouy, and
ruining its credit aod its name if
.they threw out the resolution {hear
hmr). It was to Trinidad to which
• he-ecretary of State turned when
unking the arrangement* for tbe
Gonfetence as far as the West ludies
were concerned and it was through
Tmndadthat the delegates met to-
gethtri here and wen*, up to Ottawa.
,D wav quite clear that tbe Imperial
Government, would never have gone
to the expeo«e and trouble
of vending a Ooimulsrion and
taking npths conference if ebe bad
not got the matter a great deal at
heart, lie . thoroughly endorsed the
remarks of the Solicitor General (in
fait they were already in his own
mind) aa to what In the world would
the other colonies think bf Trinidad,
who havlog sent up her delegates to
Canada, and got everything they
wan‘cd,—now desired to stand out be-
i su'ie of tbe fear of a possible toss of
ait, right, or t*n Ihmut&ud pounds t
To him their pillion would be
mo«* calamitous, and it would be
THK GUK4TKBT MISTAKE
Abe colony could make Ijn voting
against the agreement. He*ald not
think Lhatholdiog tbe position he did
be sbóuld alt there end allow tbe
amendment to go to the vote without
aaylng eOTethlng against it. Thev all
had the sentiment of Mr J<>«fph Cbaui-
lieiialn in their ears and In their
mouths, when tb»y talked a»*out coil'
solidatlon of the Kmplr<, and the draw-
logclover together of t be colonics toeach
other ftod to I ha Mother Country i and
were they going to sacrifice themselves
to the contumely and Hrgnr of scorn of
thn other colonies f Wrieihry, who
had talked about «pending such Urge
runts of money as polnUnl out by the
AollcltorGeneral, now to
HITONTdK WALL
and refuse to adopt Ihe resolution In
favour of the amendment * If they re*
Dried to the colonice that were «land¬
ing out of the agreement, it would be
Mt-n that geographic»! pn«i ion and
other cauw« accounted for the position
they had taken In the mater, lie
thought they would lx» doiuga great
injury to the people of tborolony for
i «* present and future history, to take
ihe'r hands back from the p'ough with
which they had been during a straight
futrow, and now that their delegates
had come back with honour (applause).
THK AMENDMENT UmV.
The amendment was t hen p>>( to the
Vote end lost on a majority of 1J to 5,
• lie voting bring as follow* Afjointt
lions Alee Fra*er,' De» Laurence,
AdantHmltli, bir Town«eod Fenwick,
Acting Deceiver General, Gulhctor of
Customs. Acting Pm!so tor of Inmil»
grants, Burgeon General. Acting In¬
spector General of Constabulary,
Auditor General. Bolicltor Gen¬
eral Attorney Oenetal, *nd the
Colonial Becretary (13) Foe i lions.
Dr. Prada. Carl da Verteull.
11. L-Thnrntoo, II. A. Alcatir and
the Aetiag Director of PuUio
Work* (5),
Til» HR30LUT10N CAURIKb.
Ttie rasolutisn was then put to the
voto and carried by the aaius majority
of Is to 6, thosa voting for the amend-
luent now votihg against ths reanlu
Uob,whilst tbe othe other meoibsra
voted in its favour.
„ „ A Gl/HHY.
Dr. Prad* askad whether by the
voto taken, ths Council was oommlt
Uog itsrif to th* means by which the
aresmoot would be earilel loto
set f
H le KsnaHaasy replied negaUvaiy.
Otl&lWAKO»^ V -UBMO. .
Tus following oHloance* were
a second time, end having
through their remaining Btages w*
came law. .
Aa Ordinaqce to amend the Quaff
antlne Ordlnane. 1010. _
An OnHoance to amend the Dog*
(MoiAliog)Ordioance, 1011 (No.
Ort Oroinatice relating to toe m.por»
tatlon of Doga .. A .
The Council then adjourned to Octo¬
ber when the inaugural aesaion taae*
P,Mr Thornton on bth.lf of lh«
unofllelais, wished Hie Excellency a
pleasant holiday during his absence
from tbs colony, and the Couo cu
then rose,
jthinidad,
1* tbs Sapreme Court.
In Iba tnaMer •» tns E*UI« r»l Wiliam
D vil Akow Uta M 8*. James
Vilt'gs in Pis Ward of Mscsrspo In
tk III* a \ of Trinidad, Shopkeeper—
Desalted.
1>Ui3LtO NOTICE íb hereby glv«n that
-L app lc»ti«n h«« been made to toe by
K relia akow «-»meMmes railed Amelia
Akow o( Bt, James Village In lbs
w«rd« f Macarapn for agrastof Probáis
of the Iasi Wi I sod Testamsht of the said
William lUrid Akow dated ths slslb day
of Aagsst Dos tbnnssod nice boodrea
sad elsvro deesa sod who died on) tbs
tenth day of Aa(us* 1911 having at tbs
t reset hie death a fixed triare ol abode In
lbs said St, James Vt.lsge. The astd
Kmella Akow soattlsai, e»Ued Amelia
Akow being ths sols Executrix named In
tbs said WM.
And No ice is e1»o given that If no
caveat it lodged before tna expiration of
twesty eight d»>s from tbs date of lb*
t>ah»icabiun of Shis Notts *'he Court wlf
ptoostd to Isaa* Probate to the «aid Emeli
Akow sometimes calls I Amalia Akoe
accordingly.
listed this lit day of JiL 1912.
(^gd.lT. A. TMOMPdON,
Hntfia'rer,
TRINIDAD.
In tbe Bapreme Caort of Trinidad aod
Tobago,
Nc. 165 of 1012. ^
Betwtea
Lionel PlsoWe— Plaintiff
and
Oc'aria Thomas aid the Admlulslrator
Orheral—D ftodant». ^
pUDLIC NOTICE D bsreby gives that
L aa action bts been commeuesd by
L'oosl Fissile ths Kiecisor named io
in tb« Will of Mary Cioghom who died
on tbe 25th Juos 1910 at tbe Tjan of
Ihirtof Spain In ibis tvland agunat tbe
above named Driendaots cUimlog a
Orsotof Probiteof tbe will of tbs said
M«ry Cleghoro deceased In solemn form
of law, tbs said will bearing date tbelSith
October 1908. And that the said action
h • b*on set down for trial Dr Monday
the 7th day of October 1912.
D,t«>! Ihia 10th day of JaU 1912.
EDWARD UKANBAULL A CO,
PlalotWf g BoliciUrs
Pore*rset Hoave,
23 3r. Vioeent Street,
Pur' ri Korin,
nUBLic:
1 la exer
>< t«> may obtained wholesale aod
" fi .io sure Hoiith Bros a 0o
m 'him Di»4 btorvv a*> I all il>«
i'Riatiaaoiu thiuutftigut tbs
i iünTdád
SALE FOU TUESDAY, THE 27th
DA1' OF AUGUST 1912.
NOTICE is hereby gl*#o tba
laexercivsnt the Poasrof Bale eoo-
t«Dod to a c-itftio Memorsodacu ol M Tt-
ir gsdated ihs 17ib day of Auaoa,1910,
aaa mad* by Ueros'd D ueu to ift'oar ol
Lutqhmaa, ib«ve will le pa op lor sale
by the ondsrriga*! at their Anctios Mart
*o,2SaeksiHe S'.re#» la th« Tosa of
Poit-«f-3.x»in Oi Taeiday tbe 27th day ol
Aogu»6 1912, between ths boor* of one
tndtwop.m, AH aod singular that cer-
u»o pite i or ptresl of land situ ate to the
Ward of Cbagotooa In tbs lslaod of
Trlnitod oomprLIeg ll aere* S toxis aad
15 perchas be the tains more or less dslioe-
a*eJ and with the abuttals aol booodarles
thereof shown In the plan or diagram
«Uaohed to th*U own Grat-tontorsd In
Real Properly Keghto' Book at Vol.
XXXIX, fwlio 615 and boooded on tbo
>orth acdEast by Uiowo laod on tbe
Ssatbby a road reserved 60 Hr ks wids
««don toe Weil by laodsof Henry Joa.
Dl*e.
Dated this 26th day of Jn»v 1912.
LOUIS JOHN & CO.
Aoei Ifttiwr*.
NOTICE-
IFAaALfTB'ALKMftNr, tbe husband
of Ella Albmany, aod bl# non
Clumknt Alvmant last beard of at
Puna) Settlement, where bis wife is
supposed tn be buried, will cominunl
cate with Miu. EDWARD UowxN, Í7
Pembroke Htrwet, Port-of-Bpalo, they
will bear something to their advao1
tage—July 2—lm.
NOTICE-
Diego Martin Local Road
¡Board.
IN accordance with Bwloottf, of tbs
Uoad Ordlaanre, N-*. SJIU. a l«ye slee-
•l^Q ol tbe above U >ard will be held at tbe
LVHide«i'* Odioe, Maenr»po *u Tboraday,
be lit Aagmt 1612, between tte hosre of
11 a,Q«, sod 6 p.tu. lor lbs paq^w* of inl¬
ine a sea*, of ob« insmter ol tbs lbrerd,
Casdulatea for Klvetlon tuu«t at*e at
I*-at seven e'ear days No* loe in wriiiog to
be CbaMaisB before lb* day of Election
H. M 1LES, "
('hairu-as,
LANCASHIRE
INSURANCE COMPANY
^owjMxaexo jit ths
Royal Insurance Co., Ua.
FIRE. LIFE A MARINE DE.
«AltTMENra.
Funds Exceeds ... £18,000,000,.
INSURANCES tflwtod Ioh
1 S' <•»“*»• by Fir, on Uu.Mlog,
and ooqUqU at current raleo. Marins
Insuranoa sffecUd on Merchandise,
Jspaoie, as. ’
PBOUPT AUD EQUITABLE SETTLE}
Jfrenb
kEST OF LOSSES.
SMITH BROS & GO
Wtare Uomuaiaie
Putt -Hpata TriauLu*
LEONARD'S NERVE AND BONE*
LINIMENT
ERADICATES DEEPLY SEATED PAINS.
IPIRIO-S 1:
* LEONARD’S MANDRAKE PILU
A reliable preparation forfait disorder» of
tlio Liver
PRICE i;
PAR'S Pharmacy, lielmont, The Favonrilt Phm.
macy—opposite RYm/i home JJridyt,
THE BARBADOS
MUTUAL LIFE ASSURANCE SOGIE
°f •«■UMlBo,
-By premium payabl* for whole of Ilfs,
„ “ft . Do. lor. limitso.mbCTrt^,.
.—Fayabte at a fixed date or on nrsvloaB «tota
Vcavloun B^ysitemai
\Tbolk Lira Assuranck—By premium
EvuowMKjrr amuranck*.—r*r*l>l# at a fixed daté or on*prsTlcraLsd^?
oint Lire AmdrnnVr — Payabl* *-»•»’« ~
IKIIM AUURANCX
business arrangements.
Avvuitt Amcraivck.—To aseare an annuity to the wife on the dsoLhof tUl
Cmicuhxh K'vtxtWMBNTA.—UsefulasaproYlslonforeducatloa.
EnLARGbabi.k Ticmm AoscRAivca-The largest Insuranca at the nlatwa*
gi> lng lbs • •Pat able to ths survDerof two persons on tbsdma^^
—Suitable aa security for temporary losaaiS
I.nfa - - —u UH
The/ are no Shareoldera. All ths Proflia belong tjjtlu Poltcj-
Bonasos pivtn oaths Compoird Tl)nU9 Sys i »u Last Doom flam a —
Tot further loformatlon apply to ^ "***•
FIUNC1S HltOWNR-AgLut-Oa, Marine Sqoara
* U BONY UN ft CO.—Agents, baa FeraaodoT^
LABOURERS WANTED.
APPLY TO
Gittona’ Carriago Pact
TRAOAUETK ROAD Phona â– 
O Tlio ‘^Singer" U a Friend la Need, ^
Wlenewr theré is quick ocwlnt to done, vbeosvw tes>'
I te b* mended In a burry, s Singer Sevioj UocUas ess tan
^ d# ft, and do It satiifactorily.
^ ^Tbem maebiaea do not break down jin' wbes they s*s ' *4 ~~k'
cheaply coaitrucud, job-lot, makeshift mschlaes soL bf
Singer Sewing Machlnea
art carefully manufactured and honettly «Mcmbled by As I
aod retponalbla oeving machio* mar«Í4cturert la Iks t *
built to laft a Ufetlma, and to do all kluda of mria& *_
tmerctacy klod or delicate, Intricate work, perfectly aod a
SINGER SEWING MACHINE COMPANY,j
singer sewing Machine .
t^t Prodor»ck Stroat
Portrof-Sp&ÍD, Trinidad, B.W.I,
Branch Shone at 8ao Fernando) Pacgra Grands, Princes Tore i
borougb,Tobago.
B L. A C K
TRINIDAD
Manurial Lim<
9 THU INCREASING DEMAND FOR
^ PROVES
('•) That tlio quality must be of tlio best. . li
fc.) That ItosulU fhmi ¡U application mo» *
benuficial ¡ '
^3.) Tliut tlio price must bo roMonablc.
Should any plantar doubt these “ mtuti" l6*.
make a trial. I
Full particulars from tbo manufacturer*.
The Trinidad Shipping & Trading Compel

aBE 3 i 1 OF SPAIN GAZETTE THURSDAY AUGUST 1 1912
trinidad rifle ASSOCIA¬
TION.
JPS íollowtn* mot»« w.r* mail* «»
Kl Dnrido on tin Z7lh JutT:-Th»
John Smith Gold Mrd.P (liicU..)
ií.Vw.üIíi,ir?íw-jw‘’J^'“i>
I. Tb© following are the prlie wtonere
| In lhe monthly coninetltioi “ - '
. HacGIliiv
i Maúleles
I • K>l*d ul _ .
I eolnt were comet la appetence, weight,
( density, and competition ted were there-
Itatld \ tt
IM140CC»
cometía
eeeeftbnm oonutoed
1 found that ell tht
. Uone for July-
lirreyW Fergt, E.
.ARB NOW LANDING-
tch Pine Lumber
Ilícita*. J,
C) Í?* 4l.h.e,“* * M* idolllo
Molentblel having
outlined. It ratted to ¿id data.
The. entries In tk*2ud and 3rd cíasete
were JotuflQclent for any award of
prliet to be made,
Mr. MscGllllvrey’e 09 It the record _ .. ^ .^v„. _ w.,
•S°J? r®f,th,« wavoe. followed bra 07 I cate aide of the mould, and the n
ot Mr. Warner a aoda W by BergU I auraped or pressed apon It would
I tbe Impression of both aids* id the
b:
Evaoe.
The Coco rite Itange will be open for
Practice and competitions at a p.m.
Jweatber permitting) on Saturday tha
fore probably genuine, bet Icaooot swear
they wees a» Ule fourth'# u make gen
olne coin. Witneas then detailed tha
eontaota of eafch bottle and far. Tha at Ida
and the cyanide be aald would be used in
the kneaefactere of coonterQlt coin Tha
weak eolottoas are of the niter* of tha
aolotlona a counterfeiter would obtain
during th* course of btSrWork. Tba aama
•abataocet and aolotloea would alcoba
uaed in tha manufacture of electroplate.
Tha die ahown him was not a quite coni
plate día ef a Venefician rolo dated It'll,
which I examined add gave evidente on.
There ere one or two Imperfection* in tbi*
die which la Intended to repreaent that
©oin, bet It bar not yet Wn completed,
A pieeeof metal would be pot nn the con
ron% ex
. ._jdleave
be Impreaaiou of both aides â– >( the coin.
ofi* way, by Pules cbeopl*, (He flea J
Inst lives upon rat*. Fire thousand I
of the peat oaeilii may be contained in j
theatomach of a flea, a pin point
Indian rat nee
dona mot
The ,
promoted la an elcctrle battery
[•«iler A.
id
'• DAVISON"
-AND—
TETM."
. R. ALSTON & CO.
Lumber 'Department.
A NEW PRINCE LINER.
Oa J a!y ¿nd there -wee launched oo tha
Tyoeaateel screw steamer of the follow
log dimensions —Length 370 feet,
breadth. M feet * Inches, and depth
moulded, W feet 9 inches. The vessel,
whkh has been built to the order of the
Krrloce line. Limited, New Castle-on
. Tina, la designed for the carriage of
Lroleumtnd other olla in bulk,sad I*
iU on the laharwood patent system of
I longitudinal framing, and to tba highest
classification of Lloyds, The steamer la
| fitted with a very complete oil punping
Installation including oil pumps of
large alee for work log against a heavy
back pressure. The machinery, which
J has been constructed by the wellsend
[ blipway Engineering Co. Ltd, consists of
eoginea having cylinders, A 43 and In, by «3 la stroke, with two bollera
working at a pressure of I HO pounds. On
leaving the ways the veeeel was named
tbe “ Hastian Frio*”.
irWeel Nutriment tor Infants, Ehildren and
izsr
Aiiins
For Sale by All the Leading Grocers and
Chemists at 36c par ilb tin,
rGrocer to'i/lvo 1/011 a Free Sample tin anil aleo a
SSSUt on “ T/ic^Care a»¡l Feed Inn of Infante."
m'mother should he wirnour one.
wtJSk-lm,
GLAND’S
FOR
Fresh Drags and Medicines,
For Choice Groceries ii HVmcf.
For French Delicacies & French Bon-Bons
FOR FEIIFU.M ERV A TO 11," T REQUISITES I
FOR INDIAN MEDICINAL PUODUUr', Ac. At
HSNRY STttEET,
NO. 6
I SELL AT QATKj.
IAMOND
Engagement Rings.
KEWJIDESIGN'S IN *
Jets. Pendants and Brooches.
A.TOHES
From $1.0O*,Uj>wnnlBj
[ET KNIVES* RAZORS-1
SHA.VING lmiJSHKS
Il.VIlt IIItUSIIKS.
tooth imusiius
*OB
SMOKERS
HE
PIPE,
TIIK I!EM 1*II»I5 ON TIIB3MAUKET
above are some of the NEW
GOODS just received by
. and M.1
TORONTO’S NEW ARCH¬
BISHOP-
Asm? York Sun Mail atul Stnpirt
Special Cable.
Ilomc, July 10.—Moat Reverend Kell
McNeil, R.U., Archbishop of Vancouver.,
U.O». has been appointed Archbishop of
Toronto.
JilaOrace the Moat Rev. Nell McNeil,
is the ion of the late Maloolm McNeil, of
llillaborough, Inverness, Nova boot!*,
hia grandparent* having come respective¬
ly frota liarrv, Scotland, and Kilkenny,
Ireland. IJe was bora at llillaborough,
on the 2lat of November, 1XÓL eud wa«
educated at&t. Francia Xavier College,
Antlgonlah, tba College of tbe Props
ganda, Rome, and at toe University of
Marseilles. From tba latter Inalltutioa
he received the degree* of doctor of
philosophy and divinity la 1H7U, the same
joar in which he was ordained. Ule
prleaiLood was conferred la the Basilica
of John Laterao, by tbe late Cardinal
Fatrlsik
l)r. McNeil Joined the teaching staff of
St, Francis Xavier College, Autogoolsb.
.Novabcotia, la 18H0, as vice rector, and
became rector of the Institution in iHHI.
a post which he coutlnued to hold until
ifWl. During this period he was also tbe
editor Of the •‘Aurora'* nawapaper and of
the Anligonlah ••CaakeL" lnlHUlbo be¬
came paator at Weat Arichat. aud aubae*
quently at Desoouao , and lo IHW he was
elevated to the bishopric, belug oonae-
crated at Nlnaa’s Cathedral, Aotlgoolah.
lia was Dlsbop of MoopoUe and Vicar-
Apostolic of bt. Georges, on the wait
coast of Nswfoundlsod. from IriBS until
1U04. becoming Bishop of St. Georgs’* la
tha latter year.
Ills appointment a* Archbishop dates
from Jaouaey. 191U, when ba was placed
lo ehanr* of ins bee of Vaocouver.
Dr. McNeil has considerable fame aa a
acholar ánd scIenUat, being regarded aa
among tba foremost la Canada In respect
of matbemaUce and astronomy,
lohdon'electríctheatre.
The programme of picture* now
being projected at the " Woodbt-ook
popular place of auaxemeot** U
really attractive -'and should draw big
houses, Tbe picture, **Bundlof of a
locomotive engioe,” i* truly iotereetlog
end ioetruettve. and our buddiog
ergloeeri will especially be delighted
with IL The dramas **Beotioela
Romance** and Farted to cneet
•gain," are spleodid while “ Nick
Winter" will plea*» eeerybjdy, A
very exrltlng picture is the historical
diama "Thrown before the Uone.’*
The funny pictures looluda "The
worm will turn" and "Bobby as a
Costermonger,** Their are the usual
sod always appreciated ** cut root
event*." VVs are sure that tbs pro¬
gramme will afford great amusement
aod lavtructioD to those who attend.
ALLEGED POSSESSION OF A
MOULD FOR- COUNTER"
FEITfNO COIN.
IMPORTANT EVIDENCE BV AN
KNUUAVKR.
DOWLAT CHANKElUfKO, TIIB AC-
_i_CUbKD, CUUMITTKD ÍO 'ÜIE
AKS1ZKS,
The preliminary hearing was concluded
at tbs Lilly FoUce Court, veaterday. of tbs
cast le which SergL-UaJor Kvertley,
charged Dowtat Chaektrsing with tbe
unlawful poaaaaaiou of a mould beartag
tba Imprint of a V*o»suelancoin.
Mr. (iaaton Johnston appeared for th*
ateused. Inspector Wilson conducted the
proaroetkm, ,,
Complaloaot in supplementing bts
evidence given at a previous hearing said,
1 now produce th^ flies meo timed among
theexniblt*. On the same day I amated
tkcaocusod I went to Baa Ha/eel where
the accused lived, f was srtned with a
warrant to search his boost far anieles
usadla ooenterfcltjag. | usds a search
with Sergeant Alexander. Accused a
wife and brother in law wars present dur
lug the search. I foend four Kiiioao
silver eolaatprodueedk forty-one pieces of
old jewellery, a piece of coctel, piece of
tinfoil papar, a smell Air, which 1 eaauet
fled now, a small seel*, like Me used by
{swelter*, two crucibles, a ledger, which
do not produoe, two pieces of Sand
paper, several Utters and billa, eleven
uolllea containing liquid aud what I
thought to be a counterfeit shilling, but
which I now understand la a good one.
1 took all the oolaa, and the eleven bottle#
with liquid to lb* goteraoaeet eealjnoe
the 33ud July. 1 reavivad them back oa
1 ““‘‘expert evidence.
Herbert Shrewsbury, Assistant
Gevernneat Analyst said, oa the tiad of
July, I rewired cartela at tides from Bar-
«east Major Bvuraley, and after having
examtnod them 1 returned Ihrnt t« him
00 the ahh July These articles consist
of leer Meiloan dolleca, three dated 1«M
vOdeaclhAone Vsoeiuelae coin, dated
IgL owe ehlUlor ' ' “ *
Jar p*’-
...la elretmplatlng.
CUOSH- EXAMINED.
Certain Jewellers electroplate, but not
all. There Is nothing extraordinary in a
Jeweller having those things In bis posea
sloa if he electroplate*.
THE FOHTKK’S EVIDBNl’F
Badaree, aald I am a porter and llr* In
Goodhar Maiui's hotel. A11 •<»*•! gave
me a load (the basket) to carry. He ga\ t
mu near Mata s yard. While 1 waa carry
log U Sergeant Major Kveralry held me
and told me to wait. Am Used was coni
log about sixty feet behind lbe ber
geant took the basket from ins Accue
ed was then near to me I told tbe
Sergeant that the baakrt wm belonging
to the accused weo said nothing. The
Sergeant took the basket toarumsbop.
Aocueed went with him. After thatthu
Sergeantbronghtthe Itaskettothe ata»lon.
HOWTHKELKCTmc BATTERY WAS
COT,
Sergeant Alexander corroborated tbe
evidence giren by Sergeant Major Krcra
lev. adding that from something he learn
• ahewentto one Feretra who handed
him an electrie battery accused had left
with him.
HOWFKRE1RACOT THE RATTERV.
Canda Ferclra, asid I work at Reis*
rrocen. The accuavl came there on tbe
iMh of July a>id asked me to keep a pat-
cel for him. I handed that same parcel
to Sergeant Alexander the same day, It
wav wrapped In brown paper, ft
ACCUSED INTERVIEWS 'AN KX
UHAYKIL
Mr. Muoroe Doron. Jeweller, asid I am
aleo an engraver. I bare aeen tha accused
before at my place oflmeineas in Queeo
Street, two or three weeks ago. He Baked
me if I was an engraver and If I could do
a Job for him. He aald aald It was A par
llouiar Job and asked If I could engrave
on steel. I told him yea. He then very,
eautlooaly said—I do not remember tbe
very word be used-It la something I
would not like to be known, and finally
that It was a stamp for Disking solo. I
refused,he pressed me, and I told him it
was no use. He then tried to find
oot from me as to the transferios of the
design of the coin. I told him that he
would have to find that out for himself.
He silti pressed «tnd offered to pay me
'very handsomely. I told him that 1 did
not want such money and that It was en
tlrely uselesa to'ry that game on m«. He
said t need not be afraid that nobody
would know It, and I laid, I would know
It and that le suSlclenL The accused then'
want away*
This closed tha prosecution.
DEFENCE RESERVED,
Tbe accused having been formally cau
Honed Mr, Johnston elected to reserve
hie defence for the higher court and aaked
that accused’s sister be accepted as
suiety.
The Police again refused and accused
remains in custody with ball fixed In
km.
SAN FERNANDOlEWS.
{Fttun a CorrtspoiuUnt,
(CONCERT.
A grand variety concert will be held on
Fridey night fed August at fat, Paula
School under the patronage of Rev Canoo
\V. B.Doorly. Master Julius A. Matht-
eoa, a pupil of the school, and Miss Jilitb
Daniel are the promoters.
Yesterday three Galllclan. oll-drlllera
landed atSau Fernando en route to Palo
Seco oll-fleld, where work has begun In
full swing.
FOOTBALL,
A meeting" has been convened, (atibe
instance of Air. R. J. Mitchell or Messrs
Temiente Agency,) to be held at the
Catbolio Boys’ facnool with the object of
organising* Football Club. ¿
Grim War Upon Pulox
Cheopis.
RAT.FLEA CARRIES HORRORS j
OF BUBONIC PLAQUE.
CANT PASS QUARANTINE.
RIGOROUS INSPECTION THERE
SArDaUAllDB NATION.
Wt take tbe following from lit
Sveniua $in of tbe 15lh instaot
And the Indian
heeltate to leave a rat nod faateo upon
aman It Ules ami the ptague baeálwa
entere Ha victim's Wood, and In forty-
eight home death may follow,
There Is no wonder, then, that at
the Aral news of the reepfwáreucee of
tbe bubonic plague(n Sooth American
and Weat Indian porta tbe aiilhoriUee
o# the port of New Yotk liegan every
fireeautlon to prevent Its appearance
n this country.
The first reports of the peek came
on July I. Since tb^n fortyiwo veeeele
have reached New Yotk, and every
one hat been subjected to a fumiga»
tloti which remove# tbe *Jighte*t( pos¬
sibility of danger from the plague.
The war on IVilex cheopis, tbe rat Ilea,
and Its carrier, the ship rat, !• a war
which dares not allow a moment’s
truce. Tbe safety of millions depeed
■i£on II.
As each ship from foreign pot It
comet up the Narrows u launch puts
out from Quarantine am! the incoming
vesselslowf dqwn while the health
officer boards hets Tbe paaeengcie
and crew have t* cn aasetnbled for
in*(>ection and ooe by cue they pa»e
before the k«en glance of theQuarar,»
tloe doctor. Health Officer of the IVit
Joseph J O'ÃœooneU nr ble assistants,
Dr. ítonnelly or Dr, Mallbevva,
Iftheie are no cotUagloue dieeasre
on board, the vessel Iv passed through
and allowed to proceed to her docks.
Hut If she lias touched at any of the
South Amo lean or Weat Indian pm 19
where canes of plague hare bet-uri 1 • 1
ed she Is oitieicd lo be fumigan 1
whether she lta« any a(tk hUmhI
Dot. Qu«r iitlne wants' to mh- (< 1
tale, and the ship bae to pay 1 he cn>t 1
of fumigating. <
The futuigaliou Is carried cn after J
(he paatengera have dieentbarkiHl. Dr. I
Oüonnvll'a aecretary, J. A, lleiTernan,
arnde the Untie launch Alary Louiae,
named after tbe doctot’a little daugh¬
ter. flyiog up tbe bay to whrre the
ship lies at anchor. Tdjb Mary Louise
can lee four or five barrels of sulphur
and n lot of iron fumigating pans,
aoiue two feet in diameter.
Atrlved on board, brr crew gets
busy at once. The fumigating patas
are distributed In tbe bold of tbe ship,
tbe men wbo go down wealing rubber
bools and rubber gloves to protect
them from the danger of flea bites
Tbe fumigating pans are double, tbe
sulphur being placed In the upper one
drenched with wood alcohol to start
it burning, ani (he lower one con¬
taining water so l bat.the fu mee may
be carried In vapor.
Forty ponndsot sulphur Is sufficient
Lofutufgatefaih one thousand cubo feet
of space m the ship’s huid, though In
actual pi active much more than this
amouutis burned. When tbe sulphur
has been set on fire the ship's hatches
ere cloned aod the fumigation con
â–  Inure forfour hours. Then the hatches
are reopened aod as soon as tbe fumes
have cleaied away tbe men go down
to get the rate which have bren killed.
Tbe desceul into lb# bold it the. moat
unpleasant pail of the cvoik, for the
heat is intense and tbo odor of sulphur
sickening.
From some ships as many as 100
rals are taken, in others only one or
two me found. Tbe Mary Louise
takes them all back to Q-iarautlne and
there they are turned over to the
laboratory workers for Investigation.
Dr. K. U, Haldwin, a scientist of
repute. It lo charge of this most impor¬
tant work, IDs astUlacts take tbe
rats, soak them io kerosme, pin them
down on their backs mu boards, place
them In pans of carbolic *eld solution
and dissect them under his superviaion
If the autopsy upon the rat disclose#
any symptoms of disease lo the rav’s
Internal organs samples of the aue-
p?i ted parts are placed on microscope
slides and examined caiefully. Bo far
tbere have )>een nn rate found that
have had A{y of the plague bacilli, but
the investigation* proceed with no
I pa* painstaking care. Greet care Is
taken to examine freshly killed rata
only, as when decomposition sets m
Ihff samples taken from tbe bodiee
—culture»' they are called technically
—will be so overgrown with olh» r
organism* that It will be impossible
to ieolate the pest bacillus abould it be
present.
fn laboratory ei pertinent* It hae
breo demonstrated that tbe bubonic
plague baclUue may be killed in bnlf
an EuUr by a temperatura of 170 de¬
grees Fahrenheit, or In a few miouu-s
by a temperatura of JI2degieec(Hteatn),
A eolation of 1 per rent, carbolic a * nl
kilts the gemí In an hour and It dice
when exposed to the ordinary tem¬
perature of a room In fiur days.
The plague bacillus ae a*ea under the
laboratory mtcroeconeis found In small
rouud, pale, gLlsteoing colonies. Tbe
Individual bacillus is ftoui II to two
mlcro-miliimetit-s long and fiom Ú-10
to7-10of a mlcrooillliuieter broad. A
half niltUptt of them could easily be
Pire Insurance.
FfltE RISKS'ON ALL KINDS OK 1‘1101‘iflU-
TIK8 ACCUITKD 11V
LONDON ASSURANCE CORPORATION.
Ajyity lo .Ujenls tor Triniilwl:
TENNANT’S AGENCY,
No. lS.Qlirourtmiy.
Four Gars Just Landed
Two'eiVIPaO’ &Twa
Jl'si'LVNDKI) I'KlTss
FI art dora 20*
M U!ACAK"
All FOREDORB 194-2—MODELS
Omv'rilh kli vki ti>¡» llinij' (or ilia (n>]m:x.
d" Kor Iiilbrnution t’lio r>
Y.
c»U or wile to
DE L.IIV3A&
NO. 23 FREDERICK STREET.
CO.
Sold on TIJ/¡.ITS to Amn'tH'ctl Partía.
i placed ou (be head of a pin.
Imagine on object shaped juet like * I }e»erable very mich in appearame
qulnioe capaule,nut so Uilcroncoplcaljv I the colon bacillus the common initah
small that tbe head of a pin would * •- - *-• • -
bold fiDliOUi) such object#. Imagine
this lüHnltetlmai capsule entcrlug the
blood of a kuuten bvlog and there re¬
producing itself, IU effect upon that
peraon would be thlei
The glands of tbe body swell, the
bloated area being known as the bubo.
Tbe swollen glaods ere movt easily
e«en at tbe base of tbe neck at tbe arm
nit or at tbe graio, They are as large
as an egg. inflamed and ted, teuder
and painful Ui tbe toucb, Tbe •ulTeror
te racked with a high fever and violent
chill. His bead acbee Urrtbly. He
baa pains lo ble Utk and limbo. He
reels *od falte prosti ate on his bed and
In two days from the time the Uoy
ipsule eotered his blood he Is dead.
Buck la tbe borrtble swiftueua of the
fearful dlaeaso known as tbe bubonie
olague. The ioflDibesitnsl germ which
cauaes It U tbe HarcUlue peetU.
HUickea wUhediaeaae tbe nature of
which no one understood, 10.UJÜ
• * *- J" In Gvi
„ i«* dated IM7. eleves bot.
i and Jan ot vaitew yb»jw|,and»Uei
Itantof the Intestine* of man. Tbey
are usually veen single, but sometimes
joined end Lo end in pairs or three»,
then looking like lb# links of eaiiMige.
When treated with a solution of caibo-
fuebsio they become daik at each end
with a clear belt around the middle,
Three scientist*, Yersln, Kltaeato
and Aoyaxna, simultaneously discov¬
ered in Hft)l, during tbe epidemic of
â– legue at Hongkong, that an anti
llague serum might be prepared fiotu
bo plague baclllu*.
persune died in a single day Id
íutllaoiJ. 1.41» j .«r. „o . In » ,lo(l.
T..r, Iluto! p»rwu,
D«iUhwl In Loudon (rooi Ui* ,,m,
utytUriou. pUiUi, on. perwn In ...rf
...to of tli.cil> . jmpuUllon, nnd in
tbo (ourU.ntb trtlurf th. t.rilUu
pnt nbkh P-ot-I. kn.w onljri..i - th.
UMk dr.lb *tru. k down SÚ.0UQ.UU
01.11, noun .lid Children. oo. uu.rMr
of lb. entire imputation of Kurope,
The line serin winch no e» eon iee
h.. h.a IU full toil <-f morUlitf.
Hut .lore the *ie«t id.gue .f Ion.
doo the wrelern bemi.pher. DM been
.llowwl to go free of Ibe i.r.gei Juf
the bubonic plegue. Indi, and CMo.
n.e. HiflNed Ui reeeot gear» It U.
been uolf wttbtn tb. ImJ twMte
rear, that «.lew* b*> dlMOTMed
wb.te.UMd th. my «tar too. ruin of
bubonic pl„u« i. turitd In |i>H
wiiin i 1H â– 
H. STRONG,
THE PIANO WAREHOUSE.
MANDOLINES.
ÁCCORDEOÑS.
, CLAEIONETS.
PICCOLOS. •. .
YIOLINCELLOS:
CONCERTINOS.
GUITARS
BANJOS
CUATROS
FLUTES
VIOLINS
BUGLES-
DISCOVER
COQD SECURITY.
MUtsr, (in you letni mom t !*<•'«'
asked an eoriuat young m>I<« ai tlic
dour.
Tbe lawyer turned away fn»u* hi* desk,
eoftfreatsa a clear rye lad *i seven year», nua uiiilM hint
keenly for a uilnuu ‘ -hiiucUom» we do-
oo k TbelUUafsilow vk|)Uii>vd that be hod a
chance “to buy out a l*oy thaiecryin
ltapere" H*h«dhaifih< m >n*y require I
Wt be needed to buriuw tbo other 1ft
" What security (*u you offer I asked
“tir'j;,, Iiiiiko Itaiii sought Ida
puekataad drew out a oaiwfully
(«Mee! It warns ciit-api) pi»ut agaidat tb* use of iiitoxu «uit*| i< iuoi
A* respectfully as DioumI» it lise boei.
the deed to a furui liif Uayei taatiiMo-d
Ik awipUd it Aud bandea O'tr H>o n
wbo bad watobod ibe Ii*>ih ,
eenufiWitb eiient auiusemeal iaugitmi u
tMvyaMl borrower dtpamff.
You ‘tbisk I know ao4tn»4 u‘*->ul i
Iter MuUed tb* lawyer. I ku «
(bal he rauu. uiaufehy in wiiti i.<
supposei teU <• butineet »d' t i t i f i
to urfotUU * luto I know ilnl'i '
bee«bndu tfoui Utdoeuve. ot kewouii
YOU OWN
-A -
;*a
DISCOVERT
DAY,
Victor». ¡ July 29th,
A vacation that,
lasts all year
\Vh< n your iho i^lus turn
toward recrean >n ,itnl tileas-
i»r<, don tov rjcol t’i Xlttor,
U s a source * ami n freshes > oí miioii. and entertainment—
summt r time, wintertime, all the time?
Come hi an 1 hear the newest Victor muuc.
.Uligiiioii, but ii you deculc (obuywe'lt
arrange terib* to ml.
Enjdy it whilo
You Pay -Fo»» It.
/'i../ i ¡■■I.JSt Phone, ¡¡

THE PORTO! SFÁTH GAZETTE Til URS UÁÍUAUGII8JM
Another I»ot of
Ladies Hats.
DUIlING’this week wé opened up ten mote coses ol
Lodies^IInts and have marked tlio lot very cheap ;
because we nro getting overstocked in llaU. Do you
want a Daisy Hat! If so see us at once. Wo lmvo
also opened up a shipment of CORSETS.
LadiM Trimmed »nJ Uotrlmmed II»U .t . ato I Udl«« Trimmml J»,» O.U »t . Sic, *)o »nd »VJ
L%di«« Oomti from _ 9)oup| Ladies Short aod l/mg Olovas from ... 12o
Lilis* l’orooolsfrom . ... ... .. 4teup| Ladies Bilk Blouses at .• ... JL20each
. Dust Oosst* from . . ...91.60
FLOWERS and FEATHERS—very cheap; RIBBONS! IllHBOXS ! nil cheap.
Tlic.t*ionccr ol Cheap Pricca.
mm
Smith Mflrtson&Co,,
urrsa toa bau
ÉX. t.t. Comta#
Sulphuric Add lit DfUns of
r> Owts.
Ex. ».». Grenada
No. 1, Oak dalo Oloomargarlno
6'a and 25’s.
Ex. Store and to arrive.
Brazilian Cigars in boxes of
100 and 200.
Finest Havana Cigars.
Old Port Wino.
Gautier’s Brandy in all sirca
St. Raphael Wine,
Finest Scotch Whisky.
Ohlcndorffs Cocoa Manure.
Fire Bricks •* Gascube.'*
• O'
5, Cliacon Street,
20th July, 1012.
not bar* signed that pledge, and that
ho doe* not bold It lightly or he would
not have cared for It so rarsfullj. « t
ogres with him that one who keep* him
belt from inch thine* has a character to
offer a occur! ty^^¿¿¿Ariwgr.
CITY POLICE COURT. •
(Béfort Mr, O. ■ V. Dtan*t &«?.{*.}
* Wednesday.
Assault—Constable CadoKSo charged
Georg* Dari* with assaulting and
beating one Mary StrubU. Defendant
pleaded not guilty, She said h* kicked
her down m the oanal near Marine
Square. She got several bruises and a
.sprained arm. He did this because she
was lb* cause of his going to gaol some¬
time ago for stealing ber watch, snd from
'that Unas he bad been threatening to
beat her. Defendant did not deny this.
He was fined áJ or twenty-one «lays
Imprisonment with bard labour.
Fujhtino—Constable Lawrence charged
Joseph Headley, Arnold Houma aod
Henry noggins with fighting. Tb* evi¬
dence showed that Headley Is watch
man of lands near the old abtMtoIr
from which Hnggias was steal
lug grass, lie held Huggins who
wrestled with .him to get away. Jle
tailed Bourne to assist him and Huggins
I Kitted Bourne down and ran away
Huggins was lined lUs or eeren days and
the other two dismissed.
Aiwai'LT,—Dikuhkei». -Constable Cod
ringtoo charged Iona Jteisy with beating
Mlrisin Corbin at Charlotte street.
After hearing the evidence the Magistrate
dismissed the cave.
Fmutuw.—EMeia James and Lilian
James were charged by Constable Thomas
with fighting. Ine evidence showed that
IJIlan was the oflcoder and alte was ron
vlctedand fined 30a. or fourteen days,
Lldeca was discharged.
PUTHAM’S^CORN EXTRAC¬
TOR RIDS FEET OF CORNS-
Wliatfany corn needs is the soothing
Influence of I’ulnaui's Painless Corn
•ml Wart Kill actor, which in twenty-
four hours lifts out every root, branch
and stein of oorns and warts. Just
clean tlddance to the old offenders—
that's the way Fulham's Balóles* Corn
and Wart Extractor acts ltefuve a
nubxlltute prepaiallon for I’utnam'a
KtU actor, '¿3c. at druggists,
Bole Agente * Hmllli Bros A Co. The
]lañaos* Drug Htorv.
ROSS BAZAAR SALE
In Marine Square
Tea $3.00, Dinner Seta $0.50
up.
EXCLUSIVENESS.
fpUK l*cst dressed men cannot lie cor
1. rectly descrllied as strikingly dressed,
lodeed, to be strikingly dressed, at least
according to one cult. Indicate* bad taste.
Clothes that Impel attention do so because
they have some quality wldctw la either
bisen* or grotesque, and neither of these
words can be used In connection with any
garment that Is In good taste. -»<-
The heal dressed men owe the Superiority
of their appearance more to the super
quality of the materials which compose
their garments, and to the superlative
excellence of the workmanship by which
the garmentsliave been fashioned.
Bullí to be well dressed necessitates
the avoidance of the grotesque and
blxarre, it equally necessitates the avoid
anue of the hackneyed and stereotyped.
Local importers. Importing ra they do
In quantities which are over large In coin
parison with their sale, have—of neceas
Ity- to select such designs as will appeal
to the largest possible number of their
clients. Hence, the hackneyed and
stereotyped nature of the goods which are
marketed here.
Big Ben would not be the Sartorial
Specialist that he Ih. had be not, at a very
early period, recognised the necessity of
Inttodocfog a diderent state of allairs.
He did this with another of bis innova
Uona— Exclusive Suitings,
Kxcludve Suiting are goods purchased
from the most exclusive woollen houses
In the world. They are goods of the very
best quality, and of the very newest
detdgns, mw tfirre it hut one siNf//c mnt
ft tun ttirh jniftern, an advantage that
enables the careful buyer to select
designa which It would I* impossible for
him to Import In longer lengths. Beyond
Ibis, it allows hlui to offer to bis clientele
an enormoaa Increase In the range of
select ion.
Ben Hice has purchased a tremendous
iipantlty of these Exclusive bulling* foi
the coming season. Jle expects the first
shipment of some three hundred Suits
w libio the next few days. This makes an
interesting announcement to lovers of
good clothes, when U is borne In min’d
that these Suitings have been picked
from tho world’s twit by the most experl
enend bartoilal Specialist In the West
Indies*
Often what appear to be most trivial
occurteuces of life prove to be the
niontujomentoiiM. Many are disposed
to rtgsrd a cold us a alight thing,
deserving of little cousideraUon, ana
this neglect often results In most
sellout ailments entailing year* of
suffering Drive out colds and coughs
with Ukkle's Antl-ConsximptiveUjnip,
the recognized remedy for all effec»
tious of the throat and lungs.
Mrs. DHAYTOO HEALTH HOME,
BAYRIDGE,
HASTINGS, - BARBADOS, W.l.
(Tbs second house on the right oiler
leaving Hastings Rooks from
Bridgetown),
IDEAL StTUATHiX! DELlOllTFUL
SEA DATJIIXOJ
Tram Cars are available every half boar.
Paying Qassts are acoirded (Very
comfirt on Eeuontble Terms. O
AdJress: Mrs. J. DRAYTON, j
Telephone 781,- Aug. 1—lm.
Till NI DAD.
In the Supreme Court of Trinidad and
Tobago,
Nummary Jurisdiction. Port-of-Snaln,
No, M of 1012.
Between
Louis Watson—Plaintiff
and
Piet re Masillas Figaro—Defendant.
PUBLIC NOTlCKps hereby given that
par»oaot to the 4Ordet hsrein of His
Honour, Mr. Justice Kasssll dated the
11tb day of April 1912, and to another
Order of the. said Mr. Justice Hassell
herein dated the '¿5th day of July 1HI2,
there will be put up for lisle before the
dovsof the Court 1 loase, Portof-Syala,
on Tbarvdsy the 12th day of Bepesmber
1912, betweeu the hours of 1 aod 8 pm,
All aod Singular that esrtala piece or
parrel of laod situate et Toco lo the It*
laud of Irioidod, oomprislog 4 acres, 3
roods sad 39 perches be tha same more or
less delioeated In the diagram annexed to
the Crown Grant registered In Volume
CVI1!, fulio 37, sod abutting os the
North on a Hoad reserved 30 Hoke wide,
on the Booth and East on Crown land
aod oo the West on n load reserved M)
Uokewide Mpsratiog Ufrom lando! Hi.
Hilaire Momqaette.
Dated this 27fib day of Julr, 181L
. T, A, TUOMI’SON,
Regtiirsr.
GEORGE E. MCLEAN,
Watch Repairer and’Jeweller,
No. 24, FREDERICK. St.
CHEAP WATCHES CLOCKS AND
JEWELLERY.
S ctacles and Eve Glasses to
suit all Sights
N
healthy trees growing on
tho Non l’arcil Estate, Sangre
Grande, (originally from Cey¬
lon Heeds and stumps) will
shortly bo ready tor delivery.
Intending purchasers may
obtain full particulars froni
and should notify their re
quiremente as early os possi¬
ble to
R W. FITT,
c/o 0. R. Alston & Co.
Also to : Jas. A. Wadk,
Sangre Grande.
Ju’y 7—lm*
Smith Robertson & Co
OPFBB FOR SALS
Ex tí.S. "Maracas.9
1 Case Finest HAVANA C1GAKS-
1.00Ü Conchas Finos—M Mart*a.g
2f*n Loadme—1'• Jly, Clay, ■
|60fi C*iadorca-l,.Marl*s1|
And ex Recent Arrivals :,)
IJCm* BRAZILIAN CIQAttS—t
Boxee of 19) and 200k
90 Caeos FINEST OLD PORT
19 Caws 8T RAPHAEL WINS
OO.Cases OLEOifAftaKHtNE-
Oakdale No7
100 Caaes GAUTERfl BRANDY '
250 Pone Ford k Oaoniog Best hand
BRISTOL TEMPKRUME.
CHACON STREET,
10th February, 1912
WIFE NOTICE.
rpiiBpublie are hereby nutlfied'lhat I
■*- will oot ho’d myself rraponsibls for
at& debt or deble contracted by my
AiaurrA ibe bavlog left raybouse and
protectlou alore Monday June 29th.
(Signed) EDWARD AUÃœAIN,
31 McDonald fit. Wood brook.
Stock-Taking1
. -—Bargains
T
AT- —
MILLERS STORES!
i We have marked down hundreds of Lines in all Departments Thev
t have got to be Cleared out before Stock-Taking-. ' y
^ *
IT WILL PAY YOU rl’0 SHOP
At MILER’S STORES,
THIS "WEEK.
YOUR MIGHTY
Dollaps
-POE1-
-A-TTGhTTST 5th.
' AVE ARE COMING WITH
A HARVEST OF BARGAINS
EOE "STOTT.
The Store (it Which You Ca\i Shop With Confidence.
*yi v T.rr
One Price óni?'. 'Vfrd ’Nowliera Like Maillard’s*
Free /usurarte
JUST ¡RECEIVED
Emperor Frederick,
Spring Water
A Iligb-ClasBjrablo Water
recommended ;by Medical
autlioritlcH. For Halo by
SCHJOLSETH & HOLLER.
EBESH
!
— -O—«
Prices from To-morrow:
—9—
Boast and Steak
15 cent»’ per lb.
Brisket—I2cpr lb.
CR0NEY & DO.
27 th Juno.
THE STANDARD HOTEÜ
0 Corner South Qua// anti Henry Street.
A FEW YACANT ROOMS
FOR PERMANENT
FOR ROOKf
AND BOA
$25.00 PER MONTH.
EXE0LLE2ÍT 'fABLE-COOL AM) AIRY
July lOlh.lBia *-
The Dominion of Canada Gue
and Accident Insurance Co|
FINANCIAL STATEMENT December SUt, J
GRANGE OF ADDRESS.
San Insurance Office,
(LONDON.)
Established 1710.
The oltletl Ft(e Jttsurance in
the world
ONTIL further notice tho
alfil!ra of the Agency will
bo conducted at 38, llcnry
Street, next door to tho
'Aranjucz” Farm Dopflt.
W. L REID,
T.l.jioi, 170. r.O. Uu
Ross Bazaar Sale
In Marino Square
G«lkm (now) Tanks
Juljt,—lm.
BALANCE
LIABILITIES.
Bviervs Prumlum (Qor-
sramrot BUndard ,M 8123,707 6}
Reserve Claims 27,072 71
IV serva Claims (Additions!) 6.UUU U)
Burplui to Fo ieyholdert J 411,203
,8373,(311 If
SIIEKT,
ASSETS.
Municipal |D«brntuiw f- f|(
Mortgages
Office Furniture
Interest Accrued
Frem uma lo courss of Ool*
Icctloo and all otbrr Aswls I
Cosh lo B*ok tod os h*s4
Premium IS per annttm/or Ilfluo Insurant.
J. r. (lltTKNl Ocp.nl if*
l AH IMPORTANT INNOVATION.
DOIt liigh-clas-j workmanship try “ Tho Orinoco 1
Boot-making Department,' No. 70 Saokvillo Street, 1
solys and other ropairrf undortakon. All work â– 
promptly and loaros tho factory with a good
guaran too.
To Shoppers and the General Pub
\70Un alte Ditas U callad tolhs •‘BNOLI9II CAKfS" ExUUIAwmV
i-, 8WM, oppod^iOASMOA'ii PniKTStr, vMob will bsopaoqdM**1!
aMt* lmteo», whA yaa rsa gai lbs bcil Cite, T*», Gsoeolste. •
wp|®i ApxM Viten, Oigsretle*, aod Tubsoro* ete,
Li|0lon’s Chocolatoa and .
. Ar»» niadc^ with tiio best ol materials. They Lemtr
A-KríCX-MOtí «aTTlí
ron KEEPINO AWAY AND PI1KVENTINO MO«)LI*v"
EltOM UIT1NU.
milECTIONS ron USE -lUib. nw'drop, ol It »tosil »ki W1
asads aod spriokia a tsw dropa about tfa*
Kmp« away Mosquitoes, Fllos, Fless, Buga, iu.
Sold at DAWN DUAJUUCl, DelmonU __
Private Tuition.
VIIM QlWTOQRlt bflera bar
ri savloa* to tbosa who wish for
►vívate leaseua in Koglisb or Fraocb
lav apaaklug Bpaolio faoUUataatba
•cquljciug of altbarof iba above^land
guagte by Vaoaauelaoa,
18. Bachvllle Street.
nutM»r,.wu
Notico,
I uuWa th»t a
tL'iliu i ¡Si*
sad have oiüberi**d
wealva all «uenieaduateiMV 4
{troiolsMvy aotea or
Wltasasas - BbiUp üiasaídH

THE P0RT-QF-8TAIN QÁffBTTilL TUT R5 AY AUGUST I lifa
Steph
Limited
ARE NOW ENTERING ON THEIR LAST WEEK
-OF—
last
Week!
SALE
_ Last
' Week !
SWEEPING- ZRZEZDTTOT'IOIiSrS,
B^KGkA-XJSTS
pNTLY G-EXsTXTXIsrÉ
.AT STEPHENS’ SALE
aan
Éi to New York
In Seven Days.
ince Line
S.fS. “ Scottish P,rincp ”
4,100 TONS BURTHEN
Grom Bahia, .[Brazil, on or [about Fill DAY,
JST, anJ will proceed thereafter to
â– 2,0'RK DljEKBJOT
, Passengers and Mails,
i Cabin Passages to New York $35 each,
fitted with Electric Light throughout All
WBTomenccs.
t^l farther particulars plcaao apply to
[am, GRANT & GO., LTD.
m Agenta, Prince‘Line.
NEW
of Port-of-Spaiii
let Published
ThePort-oI-Spain Gazette
port-of-hpain
THURSDAY. 1st AUGUST, (1912
sir, Marshall & Go.
^OfEtír-OIF-SJP-A-i: KT.
WNUT AND HOLT LINE OF STEAMERS
|T, *u Baebidos to New Yoke in Bkvkn Days.
I Al/l/iin 7k>f#i 101‘2.
| Tu»»io«r
1»
^kUBJ
6.191
JD/Ki
•.1P2
8,bUU
9,1»
IU.QW
Lx.tx TUHiDin-
twuvcNKwrVaitc
August Hth •
August Í7*b
heptouibsr lltb
BetM*abvv Y7lh
October llth
Coto her 27 th
August Slot
hep". *«d
Hept, 2lst .
October Bid
Oclo^riUt
November Ird.
r .- #ri>4-
> l* ML?fti>rPWI«Jpas Telegraph.
_ . ^-Mt*furti# Jnlftr&i'loo, ipplf^ . .
MR. BRIERLY’S_SUGCESTIOH.
Til* suggestion made by Mr. X N.
Urlerlfi In a lettrrpubltohed In cur
yeaierdsr'a Issue u to the more eqult*
Able method of Imposing a wheel Uz
h one which at first tight will no doubt
appeal sticugly to many persons* but
it man Idee which we sincerely trust
wilt not be adopted by thoae who are
entrusted with Ihecartylngoutof the
present proposal lorUie imposition cf
•ueb a tax Jo Fort-of Gpsio. It Ja un¬
deniable that when the Ux shall have
l«en Imposed on carriage* and noOri
lu Port-of-Spalo a« well ae In San F*r-
uiodo, there wilt necessarily be some
Inconvenience and hardahip upon thoae
who. from a country district, wish to
come to either town, or who, from one
town with to go to or paw through the
other. Rut we may point out that this
grievance, Ifauch Ube. la one which
the owner of every cart lathe coun¬
try hat for yurt bad to aubtx.lt to,
and bat in fact submitted to la peace
and quiet t and to-day pretty nearly
every estate In the eolooy la victimised
In tideway if they send their carta
to town, be It but doce in the year.
In no other way that we can see can
any hardship, other than that orea
aloned by tbe mere fact of belog taxed,
fall upon cartlage nwnets. And Mr
Riierly'a proposal seems to ue to have
several serious objections to Its belog
carried. ou*. In tbe first place, de*
•pile repeated urging* from the Press,
and more than one half promise from
the Government publicly made in
Council, there It to-day absolutely no
greater prospect of the Imposition by
ibe Government of tbe colony of a
general wheel tax for the whole (aland
ih>n ibeie was ten years ago $ perhaps
less, And until such a general wheel
tax Is Imposed, a tax winch In every
civilised country is recognised to be
an even more equitable and justifiable
tax than one on carts and porters aod
hucketeisand pediere, there can be no
question if carrying out the sugars-
ion mads by Mr. Utterly, Another
thing isthist the arbitrary manner in
which Mr. Briefly propose* to share
out (he geueral Island wheel lax, while
delightfully s'mple from an ailihmeU-
calsuudpoiot, would be, we feel sure,
absolutely unfair from the standpoint
u< actual Justice. Notou'yibe total
mileage of roads lu tbe towns and In
tbe oouutry lespeetively, nor mere
ly the number of cere and oarrUges
kept in each district, nor yet a
simple computation of tbe average
dally or weekly or aunual mileage
raveltfd by each of suchv cars and
carriages would by fu«if enable
a correct estimate to be formed of the
proportion of the tax to he received by
each town and district $ it would re¬
quire a moot complex and possibly In¬
calculable consideration of Lh* vari¬
ous effects of all these factors
put togslhsr before a fair and
aqul'abl* distribution of the pro¬
ceeds of such a general wheel
las could ba arrived *L For there are
not merely many mors cars kept ip the
city than anywhere else lu tbe colony,
but they are more constantly nsedoo
the streets! moreover the city streets
are probably more cosily to malntalo
io sul'eU# coodittou than are country
loads i and many a car kept just out-
•tdd tbe limite of the town Is constantly
used In ths town, and yet would escarie
having lo contribute something of its
Resoca fee to the towu, as being kept
outside the town. There te to our
mind no doubt that a general wheel
las for the entire colony should be Im¬
posed, aod should have been In force
Lot ere IhU) but si da not
thlok that It should be dooe at
the'espsnaa of the boroughs which
ate by statute entitled not ouly lo las
tbsuwelves, for tbe management of
tbslrown affaire, but which, we take
It, cannot be directly taxed by tbe
Government without tbe'r coueem
In this way. On the other hand,
if the boroughs are showed not
now impose their own wheel lax, and
wot k It for a year or t* u, tbei e will be
nvUl»g to pitveut tbe Government
from Imposing theirowo tax ouUlde
the bnoufbs, exempUug. if th*y so
Ihiokdt, vehicle# which arepsyioga
bziough tax. Then in a few years
time, when It shall bate tweo possible
to estimate eorreeUy the actual annual
yield pf the wheel ux In each of the
leans, these might ba an arrange¬
ment c*t*a« to whereby inte general and
watte* so ratour bsxaUoo. or peihaps
•vea a giadualrd soak for lawn and
aaoBtry, oould be Imp* rod. now Um
total precseds of which the towns
could be allocated a sum equal t > their
proved reasonable rotitnaie, aod the
test could go the Government. Or, in
the alternative, tbe arrangement could
be made which prevails la soo>s other
countries, where the Government col¬
lect the entire wheel tax, and pay over
to tbs towns In commutation M-hern
of a certain stipulated proportion
of the annuel cost of road main¬
tenance. That la perhaps till! more
equitable. Rut for tbe present it ie
injpossibU to consider that, since the
Government claim to bare absolutely
no Intention of imposing a general tax,
and would not we fancy eare to be
asked fur any contribution towards
municipal upkeep they should pre¬
vent imposition of tne tax by
Ibe borough*. Por the present
I here Is nothlpg todo bullo Impose
the proposed wheel tax And wa sio-
cereiy trust that nothing will prevent
tbe carrying out In l*ort-of klptln. as
in San remando, of a long needed
tefonu.
MA- i MOVEMENTS OF STEAM*RS
flu Eojal Hall staam Packet Cj, -
See Pai8J;
Koninkiljkq \V. In
dische Maildienst
Thi Rotal Dutch Mail
—Aoxxrs
Hr ad Line Hxnnca
nniNb W’lLLKM IV -Theflojel Dutch
L Mill bleatuer “,l*rlns Willem IV' is
due here from Venexuelan Ports on or
about 3rd August 1014 proceeding after
nerds to Paramaribo, Havre, atxl Alu
aierdam taking cargo itaveengeri and
TAXATION OF BICYCLES.
To ihtBdi'or of ikt Port-of-Spain
üattUt.
Hitt,—The Town Board. I see, in¬
tends to Ux bicycles for the use oMhe
iirwts of i*ort-of-Spalii Whether
bicycle* should or should uot be taxed
isaqueotlon into which it is nottny
purpose (o enquire. Gut. I think, tbe
light of the local authority to tax
should be co-extensive with tbe right
of tbe poison taxed loenliy certain
privileges. If bicycles wilt be caved
fur tbe i*u of the atreví», It folio ** as
atorollaif that the cycli.t iseutuled
to a light on the roadwhlih ai pic
sent is not lue by law. Under Ui uw
ae ft elands tbe eyelid has to wake t m
own way hi the streets aud be has no
tlgaito expect pedesliUtis to move
wjienhnriugs bln t>elL Tbe liit-nsa
unJui the proposed lew being foi Lbs
use of the stieets, will the cyih*lt>*-
allowetlan eacluaive portion of Hu*
street, ssy the side-drain lo rido
upon or* if not, will pedestrians have
to ¿nova wbt-n he rings bis oelloutbe
loadway f Will the tax on bicycle»
alter the legal status of the cyclist on
the road? J'o roe it seems that upon
tbe true consideration cf such que*-1 Gentlemen are reminded that the
tlonstbe taxation of Ucydet should I July medal competition which was
be bated. It has been contended that1 postponed on Haturday last owing to
* the ludeiueucy of the weather will
take place on tíalurdsy August 3rd.
INVENTOR OF SEWINC
CHINE NEEDLE.
KliaK llowe epent nearly all hu
money In experiments before ho die
cover**) where the eye of the needle of
a flswiog machine should be located
His original idea wav to follow the
model of an ordinary nenJIe aud Rave
the eye at tbe heel, lu uever occurred
to hlin that ii should be placed near
the (ft&it, and Ue might have failed
altogether ii he had not dreamt he
was makiog a eewmg machine for a
savage klog to a strange country. Just
the same as when ba was awake, lie
felt that the ueedle’s eyu was the chief
difficulty i iitsii».
lie thiught Ilia king g.Te him Jl | ClflIl>-TU Ilo,»l Duu.li Mall Sl«*iu«r
hnitrsLft Z.nmlpi* th* snd »0,,8frlB«. is due here from Amsterdam
wSS!uJ£ ififíJim .. t b I tU I'arawarllm andDemerareon or about
5? u ,wf* MAh August 1WI4 prooecdlng afterwards
21 Uourv h. rt*. to be pit to de.th. u c.rup.oo, Oueutí, lu «o»,
lli)»o worked »nj work«l, .nil pm I r„, pió, tui»llo, Curar»o. Jm-mel. An
lied .nd poulMl, and IItia.lly g.to It I C.r.a l\irt •» PHno. «n.1 N.w York
up. Then he thought the/ were lead- taking cargo p-wamgsre, and mads,
lug him to tbe place where be was to IJHIN’S ^VylLf.RM V.-
be executed. He then noticed that
Ilia warriors carried invars which were
pierced Dear the head. lustauLly the
mrrniurvaw the solution of the diffi¬
culty. and while he was asking for
time lie awoke.
It wasto’clock in the tooruing. He
juu ped out of bed, rao to his work¬
shop aod before 9 he had modelled a
needle with the ere at tbe polo „ After
this everything was easy, and Howe
eo( n completed hie* wonderful In¬
vention.
HIS MANY TITLES.
The old caretaker of tbe church, as
he Ml on • tombstone in the rhurch
yard, U smUsed as liivial tbe«iueeiion
of hie proper title. 1 The good old
creed keeps the same fur ail,” he said,
“ though they may change the words
they u-e. Look at inv . bets I used to
be the Janitor. Then we had a |>areon
whocaiiod lua the eextanu ll.’.lliird-
ly gsvo me tbe name of vtigm. And
the young man we ve gut noW >aye
I'm the •ucrilCK*."
ST. ANDREWS GOLF CLUB.
blcyclee do damage to road* aod for
their proper upkeep they should bo
made to pay. were ft argued that
roads do damage to bicydrg end, in
oider to keep tbe roads In good rrpali.
the bicycle* which use such loads
should pay for their maintenance there
would besóme show of mssoti iu the
contention. Rut any oWeivtr of
•cieoUHa or natural pheoomena
will readily agree that tbe ie<.
Uieoce with which a pneumatic
tyro Iravsle precludes any dam¬
age whatever lo the suifare or auy
other part of the road. The conten¬
tion, therefore that bicycle*do damage
to roads fails, l think on examination.
Tbe argument, however, that they
should be taxed for the use of the road
U tenable only if it presuppose* orad-
wits, as I think it roust, that ibscy
diet Is entitled tq some part of the
road, 1‘erhsps eoroa light ¿will be
Lbrown on this aspect bf Ihesubject at
to-day's mreting of ibe Ikttrd which
will further consider tbcordiuaoce for
vehicular taxailou ini ho city.
Yours truly,
A Cy< list
FOOTBALL AT PRINCES
TOWN
The f tlowlng wdl rot»seent tl
rianlore V.C. sgaiu»l (1m 1'iiooes
Town P.C. lu a roturo usa'eti lo be
played on Kuoiiys KrareatUu (ItooimI
at Princes Town tu-uionwe (be 2nd
instant. Play Lo comm***» at i.3)p.tu.
liisia
Goal - IL M- Tory.
Basks «J. 1*. PoUer and J. WiDju-
aid (rapt)
Half backs-K. lloWoo. A. Plak
ibaroe.
furwaidt-ff !!• T lien, O. P.
G*»nnel<, O- V. Gibbnii, K Sendwyisl,
lUut'M-Wa. Hofasskion.
lUferee.j. MHI *
8omm Hbal QotCK|>T»w|Uve sm
TtH
rsUtesü th.V itfiw loWir
HgRgtev
M and prvpkro a dae« way fur tbe
»w skin It Is iba tatoanlrod u»*t*r
Tbto.
d resel i
. . .
Ave a daea way for
.t is iba tatofeWd ii»atav
woung mb and myri«4e of pe»*uii- ran
| asrUfy that it heeled
foliad aftforly
>mxs WlLf.RM V.- * IU* lt-)yal
i Dutch Mail Steamer “ Prinv VVtlicm
V” Is due lure from Veuesnelen Ports on
or about 17th August 1UI2, proceeding
afterward* lo Parnmsribo, Havre and
Amsterdam taklug oavgo paasengeni aod
mails.,
PUINS WILLKU 1 The Koval Dutch
Mali Steamer “ Prina Willem l" is
due hero from > materdam via Parama
rlbd and Deuierara on or about Aitk
August 191A pioeeectlng afterwarda to
Garapano. Cumaoa, Uaanta, La Uuayrs.
Pto. Cabello, purocsA, Jaotnel, Aux Cayes
I*ort aa Priooe and X*w York tskfog
cargo Doaaengera and malta.
rtftANJK NASHAU.-The iojal Dutch
V Mail Btoamcr •* Oranje Noaaau" is
duahere from Venesueian Portsow or
about Slat August 1912, proceeding after
words to Paramaribo Havre and Amster¬
dam taking cargo passengers and malla.
LIQUID COUGH MIXTURES
-CAN’T CURE BRONCHITIS.
i
Gut the lleailug Fume* cf Catarrh
osone. which am breathed to the
furthest reeessee of the Bronchial
tabes, being quick relief and surecure
livery suffer*? from cougbe, colds,
broucUllis aod all throat and cheat
alimenta needa a eoolbing, healing
medicina which goes direct to tbe
breathing orgaos fo the chest and
lungs, attack* tbe trouble at the
source, disperses tbe germs of dls
ease, and cures tbs ailmrritlborougbly.
A ud this medicine 1* “ Ualari hoxoue. *
The germ-kbiing balaamic vapor
mixes with the bteath, descends
through the thioat, down the bron¬
chial lubes, and finally reaches the
deepest air e«Ua iu tbe lungs. All
patU me soothed with rub. pne,
liiróklbsl vas»oes», whvieaa wub a
syiup thealLcUd |iaiU could not bv
i*-schrd, and barm would result
tliiougU beautiiWng the etouzech whir
drugs *
"I have been a olmwdr sulTsivr
from Catarrh in lbs now and throat
fur over eight ysais. t think I have
sjwnt four hutalrod dollars irylug to
grth-llrl I hare »|wot but six dollars
on Celaiiboooo#, and have Ureuoocu-
plelsly cuisd. and in fait, Uava haau
able io Aud tael would nut only g>v«
tMjjfioiary lelket, hutwdt always euro
permanently. Yuuro siucersly (wlgaadj
\k iluau IUuam Rrockvilla, Ont."
Fur «bsuiuta, iwraiausm. ruta uae
Oaiarrb«aoua Two uaoutha' outAl
mis** $11 smaller siae, (Ms., at all
datlers, orthaCatarthoaosseOosapany.
Uutfoki, N Y. and Kingston. Canada.
HoW Agc-ou . tftulth ilro» k (Ac The
liuHMM Iwug Htore.
Konmklijka ,V In¬
dies Uaildiensl
N«w York—Paromalbe
8ervta.
Tbi hotsl Dutch Mail—Aoknt«
MAUOWIJNi: The *.*. ” Norowliue
Isdua back here from Paramarhtd
via narbadoe on Tueadsy 6tb August 1¿1X
and will leave the same day at noon pre¬
cisely direct for New York t&klog cargo
baanangere an malla.
/'lOPPK.VAMR.-Tbea.s. “Coppeoame"
V Is due here from Paramaribo, on Mon¬
day Mth August 1911 and will lenvt next
day at noon pteclsely direct for New York
taking pasaengere cargo and malla,
MAlU>\V!JNK.-Tb* a.e, "Marowijaa”
la due hero from New York direct
on Monday 34th August 1911 and will
leave tbe sam* day fur Paramaribo taklug
eargo boaaengers and malls,
OAUAMACCA.-va *• Haramaoca" (a
Kj due herefrom Paramaribo on Monday
»kh August 1UI1 aud will leave next day
at noon preclscdj direct (or New York
taklngcargo passengers and malls,
llunbutg Bmen.
can Uz,
Pan H. üciti.ii * oí
Aoun
VriUOI.NTA.-Tli. t.1. “VIlílil.' «IU.
V Hamburg American Lloe is das hers
from Veoesuelan Port» on or about Au¬
gust 9th, proceeding afterwards to Havre
and Hamburg direct, taking cargo paseen-
gers and mailt
CIUKUUdKIA—The as •• Cberuakla'
/ of ths Hamburg Aiuerloan Line la
due here from Venexuelan Porta on or
aboul August if, proceeding afterwords
to Havre and Hamburg direct, takliuyekr
go passenger» and malls.
Halt A uaiie Vo. Ltd
Danith Ltn* of
Nleairter,, >
Sr jan. ib, i. sSJJí” í* 'Í.
ben Iiwn Loado, ud OontlD«n.«l
IxitLs oa Ui. lith Aa iho ,.iao d,r ,of Uoaierw. ud IW
rlKv, taking eargo passengers and malla.
Or JAN -fheaa "St. Jan is doe here
& from Paramaribo on ihe Alnl August,
proonsdlngafurworda to Barbados, CiU
Lucia, bt. rhoiuaa, llarvo, L>ndoa, and
Uoatlnental porta, taking cargo, pastea,
gen snd malla,
¡¿import & Holt Zdn*
of Steamer*
Gxonox JL Alstom a
ÜO—Agents.
BYUON^Th# •.•.‘•Byroo-lsda* hois
fiooi Ban toe, on thslith August, and
will leave the earn# day for N*w York
via IfartzadoH, taking cargo, passengers
and mails. ... , .
VüfLAIRK,-The s-S. '• Voltaire" Is due
here from Ifuanoe Ayres on the 17th
Auguvt. aud will Isavethe aame day foe
New York via Barbados, taking eargo,
passengers and mails.
SHIPPING IHTELUCEHCL
ARRIVALS
July Mb,
(Xamu. Brit stmr, Coffin, 1,£M tona, 19
houre, Barbados, 3W lout general eargo
To I
Grant
Trinidad i ine ofi
SteAmcro,
Txinidau SntrrtNo anu
Toa luso Oa—Aoefrra
MAYAUO.—The e.a. '• Mayar»** of tlm
TrluMad Line left New York for
Tr.nldad «la Grenada on tbe £kb Ju'y 1V11
and la dos to arrive b«re on tho 2nd
Aagowt IPIL *
GlthNADA 'Th»s.s. “ Grtrvada" of tho
' Trinidad Uno will leave Trinidad for
New Yoik via Grenada on the mth July
lid* *nd U due to arrive there on the iro.
August lull
MAUAG'H. The (mi *• Msraoat" of
»1 the riloidod Une w||) leave New
7oik fur Trinidad ría Grenada on the
tad. August loll and is due toanive Lure
oa lbs IDh August 1914
MAYADO.—TW e.a •* Majoro* of the
Trinidad Uu will UaveTriuldad fur
New York >l« Grenada on Gm Mb Aegisst
Ufltand U due U» arrive there on the llth
August 1911
I wfeure utkwr oils
A Rbauy WxAHjsTAoAikwT Paiw.
There I* uni his g ms1 (o CsmedlaB
llealuig Oil whs# wefi VuUmiI hi
penetre tee tbe Ueeuea sal paiu
appsaio before U Yum Liso know
preparatiu* that will roach ths
quWker tboa this iua*ic UU. fa
oequritce It rank» Hi.I among Up
•ostiU mow offend lu i h« public
| lo asm» dad llret | Uvs ospuug al
and U poHsengers.
KCo, j£l
Mat. ^
Tuavakm, Vsnes motor Iborge, Frans. 47
tona, 4V ituare, Crlstolial Colon, fciubrla
pitch and t paaaenfers» Te Y*i de
YravereOo,
(jaskpis. Venes aloop, Sal osar, £f loos, 1
day. Ci Istob’U Colon. LU hogs 00604.
pKOYibxw K, JJiit sloop, Tale moque, 19
tona,Adays, St. Vlnosnt, It goats,®
•beep,dpi«, t turtles, t ban corn, JO
hags uoutoea. if brls starch, 9 bags
v.RTiBrs«st ii«...
days, &U VincooLdS pigs, 1(1 goats, ttt
tags potatoes, 9 dosoo jams, 4 Urkvye,
X ttundles plántalas and® pasMoger*.
BKFAHTUaES
»>ih. _. .
Sauauh i i, Dutch"Umr, Kgmood. 1,101
toas, New York, 19 brls hula nuts and
uulturga aud t coses rvgtvuri. »*> boleo,
H bi h and Al iMgs robber (ex as **f mta )
d.HU htd«« and ml bundles skins ex as.
VeiiMoela'oudlposacngera. By Royal
Duub Mall . „
iKMAiMtTa, Vsuvsechsr, Rodrlguek it
tou. Criatolml Colon, suodry pkgs zudas
and ÍIÜ itanMntfers. . .
Auvast u II, Brit sloop, Roberta, XI loui,
Grenada, sundry pkga smIss aod A pas¬
sengers. . ,....
llatAMTiA, ltrit stiftr. baundrra, lJUU
tons, Grenada, pkgs trnnshipuieut
cargo, A) pkgs udw. 471 pieces lumber
and W' pamtergere. By Rojal Mai
bteaiu Packet Co- , . _
Bkauub, Belt stmr, Adam, 1.3K7 tons,
Demsrora, l.Rb pkgs trauahrpuieut
cargo, &U bags peas, ® pkgs sumtrica aud
V*??ns eoaf. Hr lUMJdP. Co.
Mat.
O* auu, Uril stuir, Coffin, 14M loua,
Remaraio, no pasacugera. By Uorduu,
Grant At to. Ltd.
Gluma. Brit stmr, Smith, 4977 tout,
Jamaica, m eargu, 3B tons busker uc»a
--qg^pasgrogers. By Royal Mall Steam
UIuh^kh Direct
Lino ofUtuHiuerH.
TxsTfisiiuu Auirrisu
Any TKAIUSU Go Ltu.
Anavra.
/GiOWA OF LIGON The an. "Ct»wa
\j of Leon* of th« L!»-w w Dtroet Um
U «kpheted lurs frosu Otuagow via LisUs
ou or about the loth Aug uot. weijtsélig
afterwards to OeiMfare takiag eargo
passengers and iqaUha
CLOSIHGOF MAILS.
Molts for Dewarsra, ffurinaxua and
Doniki»,* «ui k
i«4.r M A.iu,i • J 11 oriiUi
uae precisely, ttogfetrallou, closes at
tijn «.».
jioUa tor Tobago per JLMJL “ 8p»y *
will he cloned ou Friday tod August at
49b pm. RtgtetraRoo at 9 p.u.
Thu Pill That Bhi*u* Ilkuitis—
Whs. after on* has partaken of a
rorol bo U opprevard feeliog* of fulness-
uitd polos Ut the elutnach tin suffers
rcHiuyiivtolii which mill pereLt If It
Us IMS® ocaH with. Dr. Kellogg*!
a I V*^etAhl«^ Pills are the vezy Lrot
i, I 11 " 1 *'
Wuitff Awtuha Ouenss.-Do
despair. Turo a4 mm lo tho help
gfvo you ihn aid jontaaná ao eocely.
Ohokiug sdses, brvathlcg Wrouiro 1
uaturaf aa4 without effuit. üthe»*. |
thousand*of ihoas. troco rotív»»d aslinlivf. ThroepilW aro stwoUliy noro-
you suffer hut «rovo wlswly tuinrd lo I pouudod U» dial with dy»(wp«a, a#4
Ud* tauuMW rngaody a»d i..-ao«l tu | lh*lr eUstis^ ^roUUro^ tWe re* peri,
•offer. Onl a yroh»|n this vnry day.
toadlo! iro that «an h* Ukrn (p bring
I cum ho VQuJnd foe hy legiuu\«( imtk
(

NO 9.914 VOL. XXXI
TRINIDAD TIHJltaSDAY AUGUST 1 |Wls
ONE n
FOR RENT-
OH RkM— ColMgea "if*-"SU a*d Ú
Albino Street, looeslalag drawl»*,
dialog, three bxlroomi and pantry,
kitobeo, balk sod «errante room, Mwm
ud electrle light Instolled, far pat Rentara
AM>lf ftl Ne 30 A'Mob Btre**»
Mius Lapsik, BroomfnM, Sb Jewpb—
AbíJ-2».
pn
TX)K KltN P-*BT. cl air VILLA-
X N«, 15 Uaretel Road about UD fret
front Sr. Clair Aveooe. «©roer of tbs
Btranssh. lattly ooctiplod by Dt Koaggs,
eomprinlo* 3 tqptna, 3 aitoall tooins, draw-
log aad dloi»* room* aod largo gallery
with all oat otlioee and stabling, LArt*
grounds Km* $10 Apply to L. U«
TmkLALK. Court llousa,
rtOR KKN1.—Preuitaoe No. w*
i) Bouth t(u*y forroeily occupied by
The Weal Indian lSogineerin* and
Motdr Supply Co. Apply to Wilson*
(O. AT.lLiMrTKP.—July 31.—lm.
Olt KENT— Mario* Keaideooa **li«iit
Jl ,VaaN - The healthiest and beet alta*
atad pUoe at Uuparte gitgert’a Bay with
plaao and all eooveoleoeo for * larga lam*
tlywlUbe vacant on the 12«h September
1912. Apply to Alrkht A. Siiokkt,
Siegert’a Factory (ieirga Street 8 and 8.
Jaly 38—lm. t
•JiIUK KFM -UjU»r* No. 21 Sfc. Iran*
JJ ool* ValUy Road, roDUlaVng d^awtog
and dining room*, 2 icdioitnr, frouTgaV
cry and ibe anual out old cea. Water oo
Iba prtmlaea—July 27tb 1912.
■ . Oft llftSl F, — L/omtwtaine Luivagr,
JD No. 9. Uaaoeery Lane, routalotog four
apirtaeni* with uaoal out houses. I®
maltate possawleo* Rent modérate.
Apply to Mia Cumkino, Albert S treak
Kvys can be obtained at Siultb, Robert*
eon A do., 5, Uiaoeti Street. —Joly 2dvb.
—Ira. .
tX)7níKST ÜotUge Nit 3 Weetbury
X Rane, Belmont, containing 2
bed roouis, drawing aod dining room,
•bower bulb, etc., recently palmed.
Kent $*) per monili. Apply to Arthur
V. Month!* hiui>, 1 The Criterion" 84
Frederick btreet. Telephone 472-July
3rd—lm. .
IjtOH ————— ieeU
: dance emitted No. 4 Park S', newly
palote! and put in &ood older with four
tedvoom*, reeep ioj, eitotug aod dining
roeuiv, aieeti io ligh k out «flue etc., Imrne*
díate powesaion. Áp^ly Nu.fi Park SI.
—Joly 2U .
i'UU RlfiNi'.— lhe ogunaodiom twu-
alore/. Uutdeuce '• VVoodoourt1
Gobi-Kiit Avenar, b . Anca, bow txoup ed
ty Mr.' £ WiUun-Jjue*, conUlmog,
dsaoiaaira, JUll, Uiutog aod Drawing
Room .Stud), Rath and Pantry aod wide
Uallfliies boot, aide aud back i upatatra,
4 larga Bedroom* and Dreaaiog Room,
DilU, aod wide Ualleriea Iroot aod aide.
Oatotllw* coniLt o! Kllchto, 3 Servant*'
Room*» Bath and Stable or Ullage.
Saweraceand Electee Light throughout.
I’oiaeMidit lit Au/uit. All parueulara
on afplifitloo to ALBXANDnK ItAE,
Ma*»ra. Uordoe, Grant A Oo., Ltd., S
VioovOt Hull<1 log. Jaly 30—lm)
LX)K UKNr.-Poroube4ur aafaroubea
X Hou e (newly painted) with every
•oovemenoe lor a lamliy. altiated on
Quecti’i l'ark East, f«.r 3 onctbi only
lion iit M*ptemb«r. Moderate reata'.
Apply ••X" c/a ** Foit-’H'Spiio Oaaatte’
I*« ^^M.wlr, -Joly luth lm.
■j,’ult ItKftX- Ooluga No. a Allot1
X i4tue comuriaing Drawing room*
dialog room, three bed umidi aod
uioal ouWiflicaa. RentalI2.0U,- July
4 th-lm. .
Ktihl'.—io«a uaaiiaWe two
' boorcy Dwelhug ilouea No, M), Vic
tori» Avenue, oveilookloi T«ao«iullllty
b-jutre K«ot monthly. Poeiea*
aiua Ut August. Ala» tbitoomtorlaVe
Dae iin/ llouae No. A Staaoore Avaaor,
with all modero ooaveniaQcea. Rent
$33.00 niostbly. Hotaeiaion 15 A J uty.
For particulara p>«ae a jply to tiiat. r.
STOLLueyKK'e N<* 5. Kohmoud
Hjeer. ratfcp’ione No. 1&5, ~Jaiy 3—lm.
IiOH RKNI—Diy dock lor dockisg
' hghit.'a apply to Ckau. VVtkk, Mm
Ur hbipanyb , Coeorlte July 3rj—1«
ITvOlt REN t ~ Kiui-Lin'a (8 & V Uroonu*
Ji Butr, Su Uiair), twtalwrey dwelt
iog bonnecouUiimg 8 bedroom»,lavatoiyi
drewHg, dloing auU utUog rtornr, library
aad gaile>y, flower) garden, tlabiia ate.
l*OM«»alon 1*« Aaga»t tbl2. Apply to J
L> Achia. ft»liciu>r.—Jdiy 2— lm.
FOR SALE-
*ri01t S1L15. -One Share iu the l*n>
Jj party of The l*oo)o Myodlcate. Far
iiarutfulare apply to Fn«i> Rm Scott,
Id, Su VinoeiH Street I'ort-of Spain.-
3Ut July,- lin __ _
Ijiult sTPi,— linaag f«r »ha Gaab.—
jl' Ote Uatuiaa Fiaao I' good order.
Al«> oua mw Lor-aulugtd U »ulJ« li«a ,
Ap»ly etTiioiu»d Monea' Hall, CbarloUa
Hui*r, orJ. if. l>OhAWA,üaoa Tuoar,
City —July h.—1*.
nim SALK.—A Styliili Mare,
J3 KoglUU Victoria, with a Springe,
fii good order. May be viewed aud
all uartieulare givvo. at M Jtaptranaa'
lUUDs Cahtorma, - H*Xin, BO\ U
&Qo,, I'ort-ul Spain.-JulySIth—$e.
-MUK SALK - A flue áahtollun «111097
I* PLANTS, ready lor removal. Ap
ply to H. JL Oarvaae l/u BoojooUl,
aurnar of Debd, l^mg Circular Road.
July 2Q—lm, _
1POU SAL¿ 'i'uai mi.Iuiivb NwiM
X' tcaldeare «airad U.arWa liay. U«n
t«re«. al aalad Waann llanera »ud Hvr
a«W« ll*y, >e ly at-d Hra-cUaa UtUcg
place.
- AUN>—
Tie «Hpper yacht "Ja—tea1 af 13 u*m
bo i#u, with a*Ua aao a«wyilucg e ui*
We, aad P*/*Jy aav-wn; hr. Aao*y U
IloqHHlfc Oac^arwe. Jaly 1$ h—lw.
14X)t¿ SALÍ»—two Lhaaiaai Maiaa a
A1 aplecdHhwliiWh' AM* to A Lanar
r * & ad»av.--
. oua (Hg TWWia mgm * »HWi ♦JW
tu of htreaiHh AH Ut jood nrétf
ml aaniuW ,4gtif f *a‘ 4
m49 Avem-JtJV ■)—lm.
LX) 1C ¿ALB-AT A DAliOAIN. No
*• rvaaoaable off«r wl'l be refuaed,
Twcoty-iwo Barrack Koora* on two lota
of leed ahuate at No, 17 Warner Street
a New Town. Apply to the odloe of tbte
paper,—Jely fl—lm.
ForSaloor Rent
TpOIt 8ALB Olt RUNT—That .datable
*- Oottage, 7 LaraVa Hi)', Belmont,
with two lou of lanJ. The bonae baa five
bedrooms, parlour, reeling room, vliltor’e
room, aera ante rnotne Ac. Two large oia*
terse with hath r tom and usual out ofll *e*.
Rest mo ar«r*. Ap?ly to — KoniRT
JosBPH, 31 Duke B». Jo'vB-im
« VI.STÍk lUN’I' -'u .tu/, N
US )(aravat Roa R>a4 aviullogoa 7.7VJ «). fl of Uui coo-
taloiaw, gallery, driwiog, dining, 2 larga
bedroom*, with a drawing room, pautry,
kitchen,2 eirvsnu* rovna, «tablea asi all
oat oftiist- Sewerage aod K’aotrlo Light
loatallei. Apply on tbi jeuisM-'u'y
2id—lm.
WANTED.
TO TAILORS.
GOOD VEST MAKERS WAHTEfi
—AT-
Stophons, Ltd.
August l.-’lw.
FOE S^.X,E3.
ALL aod Singular that certain plane or
parrel of lawl elMiaie at North Lav.
ensile khown aa*'Lisle Voe ” partly
planted with fruit treat and eoooa wl n
boose tnereiia measuring ‘J> fact by 12
feet bouoled on the N •tth by leal ul
Keodiiok Maoroe, the South by
leude of RiealleKlag and Jaoe Hiawarr,
on the JJm aod Weet by the M«ia road.
Apply to LOUIS PARPAN of No. 43
Nelson Street.
Dated this 28th (ley of July 1312.
LOUIi PAREAN.
PUBLIC NOTICE
IS hereby givea that all peraoue l.arlug
claims or demauda against or npou tlia
eit&teot William Nelson Uteof Ni. Ill
Charlotte Strce In thoTuwn of Port-of-
Spain who died on the 17*h May UK) are
required to be sent to me the uocUr«lgo«d
at my ofiSee No. 43 Nelson Street Pjit^of*
Spain full parlkulsrt of rich olairua or
demande on or before the 3!et day of
Auguat next and Notice ii hereby fur*
ther given that at the expiration of the
above time I will procead towdruloUter the
estate of the deceased auioog the persona
entitled there o ha»log regard ouly to the
elalme and demanda of which I «hall then
have had notice.
Dated thle Aih day of July 19W
LUUIÜ PARPAN,
Executor o( Wl ham Nelaan, D co hsU.
July 27.— lm.
VICTORIA INSTITUTE
Annual Distribution of
Medals
BY HIS EXCELLENCY SIR GEORCE
R LE HUHTE C.C.MC
-ou -
Friday the 2nd August 1912
ATt.M PM. I'Kh'ClaKLY.
Admlnalaza Vmo.
BARBADOS.
MARINE • HOTEL
IF/tf remain Ojien
For tho Summer Season
Of 1012.*
Under lito well-known man-
HgUllU'Ut of
MR. E.N. ARMSTRONG
INUI.U81VK .MONTIlliV
May to Notomber,
FROM 45 DDLS. UPWARDS
Aoounliug to loofition of
' rooms.
April 17vh—4(
Ross Bazaar Salo
Iu Marine 8quitr«
l*oU on PodenUd* #¿.40 up.
SUCCESS VILLAGE
(Communicated.)
Laventitle was kept lively on “ Die*
eoverjr** day by Mr. Ilogrre. Head
Teacher of the (rovernmentSchool and
hie Aeelatanta. who held a echool treat
and athletic aporta for the. pupila at*
tending lb# achooL The patenta,
irlanda and other lohablUnta graced
the oocasloo by wltneaalng the aporta
which were keenly contea ted by the
juvenile athletee. Vporta being over,
at4pro,, the pupila repaired to the
arhoulroom where they enjoyed
theoiaelvea of the good tnloga which
were prepare I for them, and toe priaea
were then illelrlbuLed by Meaara M
Itigaby and J. Moore to the winner*.
So far *• athletic aporta Are concerned
In tho village, we (mint congratulate
the Head Teacher and hta aaalftanU
on their flrat venture, aa euch aporta
really enliven the párente and
children.
Sallow completion l»<*ue to a torpid
liver. HBItlUNEpurtflee and atrength*
lena the liver and bowel* and reatorce
the rosy bloom of health to the cheek.
Frite ’>0 cento, pur bottle - **These
product* may be obtained wholesale and
retail from Mesera SMITH BROS. & Oo^
The Donenaa Drug Stoma, and all the
leadloa Fharmaclee throughout the
ialand"
BICYCLES FOR SALE
TO
CHEAP.
CLOSE CONSIGNMENT.
SEVEIiAL Uicvcles of well-
kiiuHii English mako. For
lurthcr particulars.
Apply to
J. N. «ARRIMAN <£ Co.
Marine Squue,
Amoit 1 - 2w
MARSEILLE JARS.
IJKUSONS desirous of keeping tbeir
I hsalth ahould uso MAKSHILLK
JAHS which k«en water clear aod
pure. These useful articles may be
obtained at moderate pricea at
3, Chari otto St-.
Opposite Mesara. Q. It Alatoa *5 Co.
July 31.—Iw.
VARD PRICE & GO
4 ucf Ion sere, Valuer», SUaie Agcnti
and Accountant**
THE CITY SALE ROOMS.
iO Kr«l«rick 8ti«et-TeL,lML
Ooodee recelvd for tela at all llmea
WARD PRICE & CO
ÜAVR a gond nusrtmast 6Í HOUSR*
HOLD FUltNITUIUS f m* sale by
urival* vreity t ib*« i-^lsdw a very alia
inheof D"Hoorn Fa*ei'ere In O/p*
IXSrKCTJQX IXYITED.
Js'yffl.h. Iw,
SALE AT SHORT NOTICE.
Til UJISDA r A’A’A'T.
Will» PRICK A-CO. >r* lo.trucltd
ta eell by auctlon-on Thursday,
August 1st, at their Hala Rooms,
about 67 bead of Pure Dreti and other
Poultry, comprising Brshmaa, Hbode
lflandlteds, Black Mlnocraa, and.croas
bred Uirda.—£a/f al one o'clock.
Coppy&Co’s
CELEBRATED jBELFAST
A SMALL SlllFMBNTj OF
Sweet. & Dry Ginger Ale,
TONIC WATER &
SARSAPiVRI LLa.1
lltvi jiut been rooaivoJ from tho
ubovo firm, m haaOy sizoi cas03
ol 5 dot b.ttlat oioB.
Suitable
for private
Clubs, &c*
’fatnilies
I'RIOES ON AP1XI0ATI0N
TC
Bol, Agonía, Trinidad,
Doc. ind, 1911.
Absent Owner
UKSIKKS TO SELL
TUt UKDCJlWSNTlOliCD
Arim-h Propertiet,
Aod will aacriOce them in order to effeot a
speedy Hits ;
HOUSE—Bt, Jmeph Btiett, Adnit, now
rented for $8.o0 per rnyulb. and ba*
"do. beea empty far years, — Brice $181)
0 i*h or terms.
HOUSE—13 Cfru-cb BUeet,A'lm«, now
recital f r IlLUJ jer tu*aih—Frica
$9tKLÜÜ ($MA) cub lASaUQinengsge
at 8 perceo'), Tula piopjrty has col*
Ugs, atab'ee, and large oatbonaes lo
yarl, si.d cooititoic* sgreit bargain
at tbe «tore 8/ re.
COCOA UarATB - (l/Of*p80 River
rani through fbe estate wbioU b*i
â– oi>e2,0UD bearing tiees, coc*ia bouse.
ao diiviag real to the door. 0*sh $1,400
—Terms $I,&JQ.
N.B.—this pro)city ga*e a return
of over 45 per ceas for tbe past je»r.
Alais míe ¿U first uurtgafe*(Cooo») paj*
log from 8 percent, to 12 per cent,
Forfurtber particulars of tbwaor a»y
t f tbs above, pisase apply to
SMITH BEOS. & CO.,
Raber at Forl*of-Bpala or Arlma,
Joly 24tb—lm. *
Bittor Cassava
K/\ BAOJ Of"cASS\VA are re*
01/ qaired to be delivered at Fort-of*
Sp iio tbe day after bomening. Btate
price wanted and coinuiunica e to tbe
"Orient,’* No, V, (JlmloUe filroeL
July 26 -*lw.
- NOTICE.
f n 11B Tamil Fire Pam Lie will be Laid
A. at Uoiaslaie VilltfC. iliiav**, «boat
3 ml ta«. on Aagost4tb,19l2, la* Pug will be
bol» cd on Jaly I8.b ion., at 5 p.m.
SIVA dAMMY VbERAPAN,
Vicar,
T «rah Fire Pass Ctorob,
Joly 2 id. 1812.
THE MOST SOUL STIRRING
BOOK.
rnilKSinklogof tba Titmio ” and Great
JL Bea dlaaatere la tbe book you must
have. It la the beat description of tbla
moat atapandoua catastrophe wrltteu.
Word pictures sublime, lilustratloos
superb. Wbat morel Oat a oopv from
Louie Williams, Caovasoor. of Prlooea
fown, who will be visiting the City during
the flrat week In August. Don't Wee “
hence,—July ID.—lm.
i the
TONIC BEEF (S & D)
D11IE Ikut Jiml Itk-hoHt Tunic
I that mull iuii otcr uhta
Tilia tunic in (xmijiuaui of
cliuaen ami reliable ulwncnta
in exUtencú. Htrengtbcim tho
MVHtcni ami jiriAluoea a vvou-
uurtul mu! InmeHeeiit rwultlu
a ahurt time ; a trial will 0011-
vinae you.
l'iuauai.M|«HMU Um tea
IJm—r viUl,illtl MMlialDoi
wowi.-jiU/ i»u.-iw
Notico.
ri'MK ¿imémh m ao,
i i.ao*.u| .aataa,
„ A»T»MIU 77, Klw.td . .
OIL W£LL
drilling mmm
. (c)—
fpRB nndenlgard kaijust reoelvei pei*
X aa M Crown of Uwaovs,1 tbs follow*
lag Oil Well Ddlliog Machinery, vis s—
Doe et re heavy S‘*eTD# riek, wi Wheel and all fittings bheavba*DrUUng
Jars, Wun bea, HeUtitalea, Drive Pipe
Klevatprs, BtU Dealing Bwivolr, Wire
Rope Drilling dartre c, fllweks, (on*
teiotopale wuh 18" sheaves, and Wl
wailog iwivcl bea4, brusaa bnabad
thioegboes. O^e qnalrapla with 18"
atuavaa«adahwkle.) PisbCugtools, Wire
it pe*, arc., eve
hot (••ibt.r partkulaia and pnc«a
Aiplyto M
Randolph Rust,
Agent for IV km» Msckietusb Petroleum
.. lool am ILstUigO»,. L d.
Purt>ef fipaiii,
ApKIg/ad
AUCTION SALES
A. Cl. Porloons&Co., Lid.
A UCTIONEERS.
52, B^uth Quay, Pert*ef*8palo.
o A LB of ProDertlai of nil kledt nrgo*
i liata'. Wl receive Fornttore and
Kwli of all kindi for sale all tbe time,
llelore jon g» to the Stores pass la and
•eetf v«ee«n get what joe reqolrS from
ns—Inly aib, 191$.
Important Auction Sale
—AT THE—
USINE STE. MADELEINE,
TO BE HELD OS k
Thursday, 1st August
RkYOIrHBD'Wíth instructions from
NTD. üirapion Esq., Kngineer,of tbo
-THE-
Lid
Ua no Bte, Madeleine, (who (a leaving
lhe colony), the undersigned will offer
by Public Auctiou, on Thersday
next, the 1st day of August.
H.a entire ltUUSUiOLO FURNL
TU1US (In five rooms and gallery),
comprising: —
Chaire of various kinds, B¿ok Caaes,
Tablea, of many kinds \ Paint loga.
Pictures, Cbrotnos. Mate and Hogs,
Hanging and Bracket Lamp»
DUada. IloU Top Beak. Offica an
Drawmg*rooni and Dining-room
Chairs, Uxkers, Hmokers1^Cabi¬
net*. Kttenaion Dialog Table,
Card Table, Occasional Tables,
Batten and Wicker Lounglog
Chaira, Raiding Lamp, Cblua
OaUnet, Hand Painted Fruit Ser¬
vice, (rompíate and first clasa In
every respect) Clocks, Filter, Reda
and Bedding, Pre ae*. Wash
Blinds Toilet Tablea, Cupboards,
Wardrobes. Toilet Ware, Com*
mode, Uefrueretor,Ureekfaet,Din-
nsr aod Coffee Services, Ulaawrre
and many other item! of bouse*
bold and general utility,
Tbe Sale to Commence at. 1 p.m.
Term» Cash JUcfore Delivery
Refreshments provided.
\V. a ROBERTSON & CO. Ltd.
Uovernnment Auctioneers,
San Kernendo,
22od July 1012.
Sale of Furniture.
No. 14,
—AT—
St. Vincent
Street,
Thursday, 8th Augmt, 1912.
UNDER Instructions received the
undersigned will offer for sale tbe
followlog
iiouseboTi Farnltnra and EÍL.
Ice Cbesf, Cupboard, Iron Table, \V,i
Tables, blinds. Towel racks, Clothe,
hangers. Pillars, Chamber ware. Mat,
l'residug Tablea, Sida board. Dining
Table, Wardrobe. *
AND FOR OTHER INTERESTS t-
1 palrTboroegbbredTuggenbarg Rida,
0 paira Pigrons, 1 leghorn Cock, 1
Plymouth Cock and 2 Minorca Cocks,
and euodrlea as will appear,
Terms Cask before delivtTii.
SALE ATI I’.U,
P. J. SCOTT A BON,
Oovt. Auctioneers,
A FORD CARFOn SALE
Hr. J. I). SELLIEU,
BKFORK l«a*i«g the Ojlooy. la witllog
t) sail bla Kxd Owwblraialn first
tlaw woikieg order an J aim Mt eaw with'
two nee tyres for $8D0 Caxil.—July
2Uih, 1U11 *
LICITUD,
' LAMPS.
A U.msmujowEambnrLAUPS
MWtHriMu «UO, Mctk
a o.
. - . . TUNO-
HARDING
$ÉOin|} 11.»^...
W| VVwl*Wy,f
T. GEDDES_CRANT
Joii Becalval Ex 8.S-1 Ocuao.’
80 Drums Largo Cod.
C Tierces HADDOCK
BO Hales HAY
?0 lloues Uluonoso CHEESE
BO Hags Flour ' lied Feather
JUac atora.
1,000 lkgu NAGUA RICE
20 Tanks Hateen, Sweets
100 Drums Carbide Lurgo .
and Alodium Sizes
44.Hags JIOLAHC'UT,
í-B ,, Cotton Seed Aloal
250 „ Oilmoal Maple Leaf
100 „ „ Livingston.
» seoxtwwmy.
EX S.S. “SAN M
— FHOJI —
NEWPORT NBW$|
3.888 tons Béfwinds Stanc
—A’ew j
—ALSO—
EX
RECENT
2,300 Bags No.
Fop Bnle toar
ARRIVAL^
1 Nagra
Floral Orders
SPECIAL MASONIC DESIGNS,
o-orr rx.o'wxuia,
0„„. «“¿'oi^UNAQKU
10th Juno 1012.
W. STEDMAR If
ThE whits
of ms . [
hay?
1131D1 STEADY Ai«J
•raa srsosar
THE *i|
la atroagly made aad km «
It lithe bass .light
mide.
If noSfoaadat tom I
write
I Vest
Indkr I
omc*
StTltu
POKME^
YOU ARE LOSING MONEY A!
aravar dayman E*ab off ’
SCHUMACHER STOCK
IT SAVESJTOUjrZU)M $8 TO $$ PER |TON AS OOUPA&
FOOD. Enrlokee and IncrMtea BTow.oí I
STOCK. 1
|lOAAAtfTJtSD iXALma
Cruda Protein
Fat - V. J
Fibre ... ...
. Carbo Hydrates (Sugar and Starch)
Made from Naturae Paroat JPtodnoto - Ooru.
MaaL’&o,
fbr finíate ya
SaoLIUh 19U
Darí«y£WÍwa4:fi
Wedding Presents
-A.3?
Ei
. DEOLB
Yhslbest fl&ss lnthi West India! far Je
S2SGLID SILVER AND ELECTRO-PLATO
JFafcAed, Clocks, Optical Goods, ,4ft
Best Quality,-»At price* to defy competition. Watc
repaired by'eompetent workmen. It will be to yi
8all* before;makiog your purchase*
66 MARINE SQUARE.—(NEXT TOiTHE W
NEW GOODS’JRECEIVEO DT:EVEUV .MAIL.;
i»
FACTI
Maoliadol
OIGAES & cigaee:
U»»*»cartJ aOLO MEDALS ol tb, hlzbMt >*irdj *b«T
ubibtUcJ. Tb. 0*1/ C1QARU ftod OlQAItKTTKS ,w*rdM * .
LÍ5ii"?"í‘. ljt*»«»Uo«»t ExblbiUoo, ItWl
».Ukb*<1o ,Ci«ui ud Ufu-ttLe, an lor imokenolealtu,i_.
Ju uo, la qulitr ud aroma.
11 a Woibm.iiaUp ud blondín, oflUACQADO'S 01QÍB3 A I
•aa. t ta uoollad o, Maallad.
&juum
. . liarbour 4
PALATABLE CODOL
PURE COD LIVER OIL-
,ut “>• «»M *itract ol
! ¿ODOL ¿yittfStt-JM
thabjatwTtoMt palatable of each com-
Try Codol. Price |1 per bottl
RAWLINSSDRUG8T0
iijuikmu
SIHGUIHEAUI
ErovDloth lO***
â– iity- .
COM«ISSI0!l3tEKflw
i.|UENIlTJ3TEJfl-







AinLOcNLAXATiyE \p

\ AN ACTIVE











NIALOCIN LAXATIVE Replaces ,

R wh
The ensons Oy Tima Pargativest

NIALOCIN LAXATIVE Contains no Habit Forming
Drugs. .

NIALOCIN LAXATIVE is Absolutely Safe.

NIALOCIN LAXATIVE Je Suitable for Young and Old

NIALOCIN LAXATIVE Produces a Natural Action,

does nat gripe or bind.

NIALOCIN LAXATIVE Is As Pleasant as Candy.

SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS,
- Smith Bros. & Co. The Bonaasa Drug Stores

Fans. | Flowers,
| ALENDERSON’s.
High-Class Tailoring

SUITS MADE TO ORDER IN SIX (6) HOURS.

FLT AND WORKMANSHIP GUARINTEED.

:





“ye





EBT DeARsons
For HIGH-CLASS MALLINERY

WORKMANSHIP GUARANTEED,

THE EXCHANGE

0 Erep, St.



Gloves.





Korchiefs,

RMSE

“he Royal Mail
» Steam Packet Co



t—The RMS. “Clyde” le due here from New York via
Peri (Cuba), Jamalca, Colon. Cartagena and Pto Colombia. on Mounds:
the 5th instant, and will Jeave the cext day for Southampton vie Barbados, Bt,
Michaels (Azores), au erbourg, taking passengera, cargo and mals,
The tendac will Ioana theldgbl ouse Jetty, Qieen’s Wherf, at $ pin, with
panengersfor the ** Clyde, lighter ‘t
2ad clase passengere are specially notified that a baggage lighter to
be eee hed to he o Clyde . in tehvew the 8t Vinceat Wharf, at! p.m
on the day of sailing, and patsengers are ther fure requested to see that thelr
Daggege is sent down before that hour, .

nee a cern ne es ce



HAL ea MOC cect udu fed mee a ah

Maybe ader wil leaystne Lightiouse Jetty. Gueen's Wharf, at 5 pm, with

MTbe Daqrge Lighter learés the St. Vincent Wharf, at 2p.00. with baggage

Feethgo for thee Berbice * will be received only up to 2p.m. on Mooday the
cergo for London and Continental porte.

Ya

ES~<-The RMS, “Thames” ie dus here from Southampion na
MA bore. Hb Michaels (Agores) and Barbados, on Tuesday Léih inetant aod
will leave the same day for New Yerk|via Pto Colombls, Cartagena, Colon,
and Jamaica taking mails only.
She ‘* Thames” will work in strict quarantine at thie port



ete ae a ner

Bice Granola IMS. “ Berbice " will Jeave hero on Tuesday the 13th



for Grenade, Bt Vincent, St. Lacla, Domintes, Alontserrst, Antigus,
evis and St. Kitts, takiog pomereers, Cargo aod maile ; i
The tender will leave the othouse Jauy, with
pasengereand their baggage for the * Darbice.
Cargo for the * Berbice ” will, be received only upto 2pm. on Monday the
12th lostant®

Queen's Waarl sl S pw,
*,







ALANTIA-~ The RMB Dalantia” veil eave here on Tuesday the 13th
rare, taking passengers, od malls.
Te esee ri ieeew the Lintthouse Suey. Queen's Wharf, at & p.m, with







: ie bey for the * Dalsotia,

' Pee re ee Oe Dalen a wlll be received onlyfup to jp m. on Nonday the

re 22th instant.

Kort Salling to Barope. | Venezuelan Sailings

.. RERDICR ws th AUguat

oe et rn Nasu HALANTIA oun

q ORUBA wa. ted Bept BERBICH kd Rept,
THAMES 13th Bept HALANTIA “P
TRENT let October BERBID ist Ostober
MAGDALENA 1th. BALALATIA 1Hh

} CIRCULAR TICKETS

Uae fasued (row Trinidad to Soutbampinn via New York
ety ae to Triaidad oF vioe veraa for an inetusive fore of (0,
Thove tickets are available between New York and inaland and

vero by
ateawers of the American, :AUlsotic Transport, Ounanl aad V

te Star

Line oD
lablefor 1gmonthe from date ef eueaml pumlesion
tee arta oy the Oren atauy oral porte touehed atou the Ulevet,
Chudren t to 10 years half fares,

Second clase ciroulsr tickets are issued al au exelusve charge of S85,
Children 3 to 13 yenre bal! fare

Labotling of Baggage.
Vemsenrers are requested that all thelr baggege ie neoperiy lauelied
shipmen:

ecan beobtained at the « wpeoy’s Ofien,
For allfurther partica: = apply at

THE COMPANY'S OFFIOE

POR ‘7 PAIN BMKE bQUAUE

or

THE PORT OF SPAIN GAZETTE THURSDAK. AUGUST 1 1812.



"| Missiin "In general and to the Tuna:

-| they are, look the worll in the face

Y | telegram reached ma that my busband





DEATH OF REVO, ANDREW |
GAYADEEN.

The Canadian Mission hae sustained
& great boee in the death of Hev.
Andrew Gisyadeen, who
onthe 20th July. Mr, Gayadeen was

ot with Iter, H, Hf

apparentiy hie ueval bealth,
ae moralng ba wis unable to preach,
and died at noon on Monday. Ile wae
ST yeare of age, and succumbed toe
very violent attack of the preralling
rouble, coupled with pneumonia. Nr.
Jayadeen (lormerly a Brabmin Pane
ait} wae baptleed on April 6th 1880,
Having approved himeel{ ae aChristian
worker, he entéred the Presbyterian
Theological Training School. San Iter
nando, and was onained at Tunapuns
oo April 8rd 1806 Heepent many yeare
of mosZalthtul work asa vative pas:
tor at Caronl Of late years he has
lived at Tunapuna, acsisting Kev, Dr.
Morton and Rev. H. Morton, He was
A rmost faithful, devoted and efficient
tory an eloquent preacher in Hin-
uetani, aod rendered very valuable
help ae Hindl Assistant latitor of the
“Trinidad Presbyterian.” Hia death
laa very great loss to the Canadian






























TETK: KaCPiw sear

ELECTRIC THEATRE.

WOODBROOK, PORT-OF SPAIN
THLEPHONE 310,



















Diamonds, Emeralds, Rubios,
AT ALLZEPRICES, 4
W ATOR Hall
From 700. Upwanps, a

Every Mail brings us FRESILYSUPPLIES of’
Newest Designs in os

Jewalry and Silver W



PROGRAMMB FOR THURSDAY ist- FRIDAY 2nd,
BATURDAY Srd AUGUST,

NIGHTLY - os -'at 8.30,
Sontinole Romanco=1) God Drm.
THE WORM WILL TURN—A Funny Comedy.

BUILDING A RAILWAY ENGINE—
Very Inetructive.

CURRENT EVENT
| PARTED TO MEET AGAIN: |






- - a - -








pune Field fo particular, aaceeipestee nae aoe
BE CAREFUL IN YOUR READ- exdid Dram, which shows how Love Is a:
WG: iL... THE TRINIDAD JEWELRY ‘G0, [

——'
Avoid the weak novel, whether {4
moral tone, in thovght or In bot
Sach reading’perverte the Caste an
{ncapacitates for the enjoyment of
productions of

} Nicks Wintor—The Detective with Funny
* Bye at the Races, a brilliant Comedy,
Splendid Sport,

r
iy

The High Class Batablisnment



Fealus. To satisfy the



Snethiog wil more wanton ond | | THROWN BEEORE tho LIONS TELEPHONE 726. 31, FREDERICK STM!
with virtuoue, elevating thoughta, = a

Ttead that which will make you
stronger, happier and better; that
which will help you, hold you and
uplift you: that which will increase
‘out capital for tha Intellectual com-
art an



An exciting Historical Play.




BOBBY AS A COSTERMONCER - !n his Splendid Acting.

MATINEES
Wednesday, Saturday 2 Sunday at 4 p.m

helpful influence; that which
will give your brain mental fibre,
nerve and heart; that which will
enable you to ree fucthecs fudge more
eccnrately, stand more ficmily, work
harder, thiuk more of your fellows
and rine higher; tast which will make
youtnore a» man. When you have
read such books you will have no taste
for the weak novel, Jt not only Jacks
any high moral, but it contains In+
sinuations against religion, trath aud
justioe, and its general tope Is in favor
of immorality, deceit and Jying, kk
sleo weakens tne mind. Ic rerves
neither for wental discipline nor for
the development of tntellectual
strength, The brain fe tired. ‘The
novel reader cannovgather up and use
his mental powers and resources to
ajlvantege. The weak novel creates
aml fosters discontent with honest
living You should take things ae







USUAL POPULAR PRICES 24Ce

- 8c, 160,
RESERVED SEATS 36c¢.-







es



SOUBLETTL UHOCOLATE



SOUBLETTE COUUA. w&



—
ISKy
fe |

or . bead f j

[PERFECTION

WE EU..4
Sole Agents for Trinidad: “a

GEO. RALSTON sa

5,
ye

SOUBLETTE

PUREST CLOOOLATE.

FINFST COZUA, ,









bravely, gato work with a will, and
do your beat.—Orphan Friend,

LADY'S STRENGTH
RESTORED.

TERRIBLE WEAKNESS CAUSED
BY SIIOCK,





‘

SOULLETTE CHUCOLATE
‘VO'000 ALLIAIWWAO

SOUHSLETTE CHOCOLATE - SOUBLETTE COCOA.
——————E=—— —_

ASK YOUR DEALER OR GROCER

QUEEN LAGER’ BEER.

“ROYAL EXTRA’ STOUT

Browed from the Finest English Malt and Best
Bavarian H.



A Modern Drug Ste

IN YOUR MIDST! 4

v

“ baby wae only two months old,
and Pwas not very atrong, when a

tnlaaviog onacar in & Westera City
had been run down by another. It
wae, after all, not se eerfous—even



the telegrans if carefully read would
have told meso. But iamy weaken:
el condition, the shock just saat me
to bed, and a very useless person I
war, Netvousand hysterical, [heads
detaching along part of the spline,
god jnume feellogs in wy aris ao

anda,

“My busband came home aod mad,
me take’ Ferrozone,’: Hebad used [t
himvelf for nervousness the year
before, Ferrozone le a good medicine
allright. L took siz bovealn all. After
uving the tics box [could vat end eat
—that wau a great change from not
having any eppetite at all, After a,
the my color became fine and [ began
(a forgetall the fears and dreadings

The Transfer Drug Store,
Ts at present equipped with qverything that bebg
high ciass Dispensary, and is now under thes ;
of L. U. Wiranton, Propriotor of Wharton's Drug Sagi
Fornando and Princes Town, Our proprietor is Wy
importer of Drugs and Chemicals in Trinidad, and we as 8)
a position to sell at prices to dofy competition, .

.



IMPORTANT TO EVERY HOUS

“




thet bad worn meso thin. Such feel- ini

I land {t . * . |

hie grinded No. 3, Henry St. IN TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO.
°

stron rand vigorous to “worey about DONT FAIL TO TRY



aoyth ug:
(Sgd) Exata P Davenport,
Bismarck 1.0.
You'll Nad Ferrozone as tonle of
wonderful potency ~It's really surpils-
ing what nouclsbinent, what strength
giving and nerve building qualities it
contains, Fersocone fe ood for
children women —men—the sickethe
weak good for us alls try it, ds c
box, blx for $250, atail dealers, or Lbe
Oatarrhozune Co., Kingston, Cevada.
Svle Ageuta: Smith Liros & Co, The
Donanzs Drug Store,

UST two steps from Nallway Station, moat conventent)
J situated for country folke, for whom we ere specially caten

Ing. All couatry orde:
aay otry re receive prompt attention and despatch.

7g

BONANZA DYSENTERY SPEGIFIG 4
AND DIARRHEA NiCd

tion of Its kind [a tha -niesad ta hea? vad care
wel Compleiots now pres sleat through iss Ghee

Bonanza Diarrhaa Mixture and Dysontery Speoidod
can bo obtained wholesale and ratill at i

Smith Brothors & &

The Mooanse D
Sole Agenzy~Port-of Spalv, Sangre Grando and Arline

HAOT
FOR YOUR CONSMAAAAE

. oer oaeer a
Your attention is esl

tine gore ete Secon prndof oe ugner Secon Yet
an on thele other business,
phould get lato the babit ot deallog with wa. “

Jos, A. LOMPRES,
Druggiet.

The beat pre

Prone &6, Diarsous and

FORK SALE.

FOP POOLED ELATED ES

NOW LANDING EX 8.8. “ FREDNESS” FIOM MOBILE
CARGO OF .

PITCH PINE LUMBER.

gmees

—







maaan on



FERROL.

There iv po one medicine that will
cure everythlog but there are some we
know to be honest, rellable, and of

reat curative value. uch Ie
fitmon, (tis not aseeret medicine,
- Just peptonate of lron, wine. and all
the ourative extractives of god liver
all, coubined, we are tanitiar with
every parilele of ft, and knew theb it
shpallen every one who uses it,

BIOL be an ull and valuable
sewady improved by inodern salense—
testes goml and agrece with every one,

74





213444 Feet SCANTLING .. 2x 3too x4
116,020 BOARDS AND PLANKS,

”






wall tod get 9 boule todays” You Al RVI ME AMAIV aus if do Now BTANDAlL mil
nieie Abpea Boudth Troe & Go The 9,000 Shocts Galvanized Iron. ; iN TYPEWRITER, ‘This Meo

is beyond all question, 9 Mf

2. oe a is fect ee mechanical

CEVA Jimited ca) ‘ :

ui Seo) perfect in its appointssents
produce

“BTANDARD” TYPEWRITER Na U
Ilas two more ke

250 Barrels Portland Cement; 200 Bags Barbados Limo;
300 Cocou House Rails, 500 Cocoa House Wheels.
LARGE STOCK OF PAINTS ON HAND. ,

It will Le to your Iuterost to visit us befure going eluewheru

WE OFFER THE ABOVE AS USUAL CHEAP,






No Necd To Grumble,

IT'S ALL TO YOU ADVANTAGE,

MEN'S saw costied of dedeg doxl-

s





-c.N ! sand fi hharacters thy
Serge Piesh Gee | J.C. NEWBOLD & co Agporelir made, thus making it ver roan to ah “a
i t a lan, " “ ”
Fer reiterate | TER CS Ey glue Ue Hypewetr completo wid oot al
re eam blag save vard Including tlie decimal tabulator and overy 120
ake —, hi cases, see ealty ERRAAST es ae eat te q ae 7 $20 down and $10 monthly. 44 i
Ouni Du ng TOuthkeep vesy ae . a x . '
byte tet ee entune 15, pee "ne Wee and send wa Your nezt, THE- LITTLE SHOP~17, Frederick Stree

HENRY DICK—A Mas roo BRS |
tH ;

eet “
—~—_ i









—s 7 ~ ct _ poet te A oe oe,

7 ~ / ¢ - ~~ EE re
‘ te om) - . So 7

et v 5 i :

F’ FEHB POi} Je SRAINNGAZETIE THURSDAY AUGUST | 1912 . a




































ttvanized Sanitary Dust Bins Price 70 Cents up at The BONANZA.
ane THROWN OUT LINES) TAILORING DEPARTMENT.) GENTS CGARAGAS
AT THE BONANZA | BooTs

ers AND CHILDREN UNDERGLOTHING, ee :
Gloves and Hosiery, wet OO!

So eae Soon | PINISEL.|MOCK We = S400



READIES STOCKINGS—Gc up. ee . ee
Ser FOR YOUR SHARE OF THE BARGAINS, Placé Your Order New Lot dust Received;

F “a3 we Want More Room — WITH —
R Good c Smith Bros, & Co. rym BONANZA "
ihe New Goods to Come] 7, pREDERICK STREET. BOOT DEPARTMENT. -

OUR THROWN-OUT LINES ARH REAL BARGAINS—SMTTEH BRO.S & CO

NOUSE-KBEPERS HOTEL BO = A POSSIBLE MANCHESTER of tact" saya vor correnpondent, 3h 7 SIMPLE DISINFECTANTS FOR
x KEEPERS, GROCERS, &C, BOE | LATEST TELEG RAMS The Manchester wmplosers thieaten i ele Bee ee ae sears | P E DISINFECTANTS FOR

Se saci [He Gate itas Salen THE Hove
— Spark Liquid Fuel For British saa teal ape at
me ts ,

i . Navy

| haw | ny.

fuust ded! ugs. ROYAL COMMISSION AP- | fr"tonf (700s he bas eves dove

tery wetletector * followlng {tienda of the Gasetle Me, disinfectant should always be at band
on
ALL RED STEAMSHIP BERVICK,
POINTED T0 INVESTI- Mr ede end hie colleague

NT eo ee PANAMA | Peter Abel, Mr. A, BK, Toland, Me, [Some pieastag ones are easily made. The
h y heticall
For Sale by CATE SUITABILITY, — | uareizmvatiauealiy cyl
° ship service between Eogland and























































thy C.MLG., Mr. Handolph Rust, Me. | room or any room that hasan uo

BOL Stephens Mr. J, Wo Stephens, | odor pereadinge i. Put Some’ freshly
aad Mr K, C. Skinner, The epecehes | ground coffee into a saucer and fn the
were all of a very high order, many uf centre piace aamall piece of samphor.
them of historical impottance, A Light lt with auatch = Asit bucas allow
telegram from the Trinidad Chamber | &ficient cotles to consame with it, The

of Gommena wae rasd ae follows; | Perfume ls very pleasant and hea thtale
“Chamier of Commerce semle groet- [ots fe uperor to panticg aid very

ing awd hearly apparciation of Fue es,

ter's great Iuperial services,”
THE DOINCS OF SYDNEY

Me FL R, Benson has been engeged
by the management of the San Fran
cleco-Panama Exposition, ta auperin
tend a pageanton the greatest scales











Norman Lammivnt, Mr. 1. HL, MicCar DP foltowlng lam refreshing ono for ® 4k
jenine
ASQUITH AND CHURCHILL IN-
VITE

, Austrialia via UVanada, aimed wer *
i D TO CANADA, chantinen ou both the Atlantic and SM ,
Pall { SEHEIRER ( CANADA'S NAVAL CONTRIBU- Pacific arn especially favoured, THE TRINIDAD OIL INDUS- ITH SCOUNTY.
. , TION, Me Durden se thoriees a denial of TRY. NOT TAN oak RUNNING
the reports that be bas resolved te . Fon THU OUAMPIONSIUIE,




fo the course of an interview with af According lo reports in the Englivh

milenian who atuved there by the L papers just to hand it would eeem that
jaet mail, and who knows fully well [sydney dinith's county, Northemptoo,
what he is speaking about, be express [is going etroog for the first piace fo
ed his strong belief in the big future | the champlonship table. For thle
which awaited ‘Trinidad, ‘Lhe Ilasbour | result the county join a great measure
Scheme should not be allowed lo re findebted to the Tiinided cricketer
maln unsettled indeMlaitelys {t should | Sydney Savlth whose adalralle bowl.
be tackled In seme forns or olber with: f jag was surpassed uuly by hfe brillant
out undue delay If we are to benefit | performances with the tat, Four or
from the increase shippiog trade | fire years ago Northampton was a
whieh would of necessity _paselog eccond clas county, bub aow she
thle ride, With tempect to Canadian | occupies the fret rtog on the Cham
Reciprocity, he had his owa strong }ugnenip ladder with Yorkshire follows
views on the tnatter, bat he thougbt J ing closely bebiad, Jn the match
there was no need tu exprees them as} against Nomerset on July 13th aod
tha question wae beng well threshod J pib, Nowbants won by ten wickets
oub by the opposiog puilies, Coculng | They required only 67 rune to defeat
ta our Oil Industry which was now ln} Sonieeset and thanke to some brilllant ’
the furiniog, he regretted to state that | hiltting by Smith who scoced 45 nat {
ib waa greatly feared by those deeply | out {athe second Innings, tbe task

contribute siz million pounds for three
dreadnonghts for Impeclal defences
He and his colleagues bave been enter.
tained at Lancheon by the Lord
Mayor, and at dlaner by Lord Strath-

cona,
TOO MUCH BABULE AND GUSH
OVER OANADIANS.

The * Daily Mail" says the Govern-
ment Intends to use the Canadien
generosity to cover the shifty com-
romiees within the Uabinet, the
Janadian contribution belong reckoned
Inside Air, Churebill's programme, and
aot in addilloa thereto. The * Pall

PAGEANT FOB 'FalSCO EXPO-
SITION,





























Gown Patent Fuel, sss»
os ~ 41 Manus Savane soroeny avrigiaEo DEN
dad Shipping & Trading Company Lmtd ~ Phone 1h TOO MUCH BABBLE AND

Siu BOSCH.MAGYETO COMPANY; LTD.
Bi
i
siz, CUSH OVER CANA-

He
Pre TR DIANS,
INIDAD LINE of STEAMERS cession oF YosItNITU TO
NEWYORK OFFICE, 29, BROADWAY : JAPAN'S THIONE,
OBSEQUIES OF MIKADO WILL

he GRRIADA, and TRINIDAD, Carrying fhrough Freight for PLACK WILHIN A
a Tobago ard Ciudad Bollvar, MONTIL

xeor Hale BB



a



Mall Gazette” considers there [s too
much babble aud gush aser the

Cauadiany,
THE “NE TEMERK" DECREE IN
OANADA,
ThelPrivy Council hae decided that
































Te the Dominion Pacllauent exceeded ite 1
PROPORED HAXLING DaTMG, 19143, MUTSUAITO'S REIGY MOST Foti alto contray, to | SCN ONE: UNDE CURRENT OF | Proved en ery poe ce tulee Gut eee i
a ' WONDERFUL [8 WORLD'S webec regarding maralage ; that ts J WIRK PULLING Ing to soe sensational bowling by
ef yy “3 | “3 . os HISTORY sustained the validity ofthe provincial | with the object of shutting uut the] Fosterand Tield, the side collapsed
BTLAMERS, i! ior ia 5 i BF . lw requiring the canonlest eet Gilltelits int ig, dratereat of ws combiga forthe paltry total of 55 runs Myd
3 E ; 4 _—~ of nar acct tien of some alaong Inpanive ho | Hinith wan caughtatina wicket afver
S, o ’ OSHIHITO WILL. BE CROWNED | * Ne Temere " decree. have formed a sort of pevret trust bo W 1k '
—————————— pad ie 8 |LTe ¥ NEXT YEATL Thi NEW, MIKADO, EMPEROR mene mallee oo citaive in Trinkiad, x Brin fue litinnloye snd 44 for one
; — (10, would be the very worvt thing for the leket in tb: id.
Jane ‘7 June 1s Jone 18 upe g2 Jane 3 Lepes CRICKET. ' Dospatches | fom Tekto stale that iniepd thle ecered coubine i they Uweens Yorkehire and TNorthaapten,
wen Us twod, 4 X,
OIF i [ty fa [duly os Voip at Tang 3 London, July Bist. | the Felace while the Aibado died, The | eniclals ace simply playing into the | See Tie secre of thoes Gara toctae
uly 3L fAuz.1 jAug.0 [Avg 10 |Aug. 17 In the second day's play of the sizth | annovocement sae recelved quletiy. hands of Lhoxe peuple cuneciously or | was fuvested with spectal Interest apd :
Ave 1 UU USE 2 A A Trloneaarany tent Sanshoney, [cree for ml Sear ath Natty | momnloslr th scale by Guy mate Ts
a . °
Sept 4 Wott & Ieepicat [bene 24 [Sept 8 : iuctogs Khodes diz not Increase bis | Prince Yoshiblta acceded to tbe throne, thie peper.on the arrival of the I-A 4
Sept. 14 lSept. 18 (Sept, 34 [Sept 20 [Och & overnight soore of 92 Australia Jo | Wooden tables were placed before the = t
i Bept. £5 Sept 2b Got. 4, ocr * ate 8 WOW thelr fires {noinge had anede ai rune throne, bearing thesncred eword aod E T HN MARKET. PRICES CURRENT :
\ - for nd wicket when raln pu necklece aud the Imperial susie: en: ASTER {
. to the day's play after only 75 | notables witnessed the new Nwperur’s ‘ —
—_——— ninutes, assumption of the Insiguia without ~ July Jul
Ei STEAMENS SAIL ¥ROM PIER #, BROOKLYN AQUATIC CIAMPIONSIP. | oven changing the garments he had ( QUOTATIONS (1 BAEC RTADLE new Yong 7M Tash {
one Tunpap, Burrisa any Tuaving Go, Lrw—New York and Trivided O ‘The workd's aquatic championship | (ied in b ie fathers veh re ah — FOUR
renada sacial treasure, the mirro
FR Ra TU EE EY HALL CHRARD SODA, [testes By late fe Baty, de: | be eclned uy te ikado tater The Wedneniey. alt Fury wi | Wier cheemer —guzuzo
. jate Emperors obscquics W oe place ) .
FAVOID DYSENTERY. HALL- BRAND SODA, bbe Suto repults« Arpet stopped Hate Withia g month, ot ieloto rand the | eee i tetae Bowater oe ONL Miles per Ue pnd 9.05
rene — MADE OF— Ing by four fengibe. Berry's victory coronation & year heuce ‘The new £Calvon 216 la, Ohenling price [14 sents | Nowe Beasra’s per bel, * .
DRTILLED WATER, SOLD AT 4c, PER GALLON. le regarded sag tiuwph of style over |UOgr WONDKNKUL REIGN IN | dilogy a Jin Opwnlog price 18 cents, | olisary Bese per bel 20] 20i)0 20g
’ . WOLLU'S IISTURY, Sy tials per Ib, piosley

al Hj
Aodheap : 05 ha, Belay p: MO, 86 and 19

if) riling be ea’
Gost: #1 ies, felling price HH and 18
comts according t6 outa.

Lu prescriptiotis mado up with distilled water and with | Thpice Filtered Water, wero SUFFRAGETTES.

: The Jneurance Cowpanles are tect The Londun pawespapers da nob

expect any change fa Jspane poly.
‘aul cegard the regan now closed as the
inmost woudetful in the worlds hie

tory.
PUumayo ATILUOCITIRG QU KS-
TIONED IN WASHISUTON,
Washington, July oly
lu the House of representatives, dir,
NcGall moved tbat the Btate Depart)



Peet

wobtifa 4 = '
's n A

wit i B iS Tonvon.,
i Dem gut. 4
dee a .

Fresh Dro : mea egeaias ra, § QUE
. NEW MEDICAL HALL. MADE IN PUBLIC. | Suret sud fie Me Sire Petbick Law:

rence for damages by soffrageties.
TNE DOCKERS BIRIKE,

Afew docters have resumed work.
— byt the tewyer againet blacklege con-

M
—— Si
ET AMLES, GROUND PMOVINROKS, BT.
Tentiful = Breadfrelts, onions, chives,
rie foerniture ony,
Thos usens, salad leans, otarch

i eee
. e ‘a, 8,
mek plautaine ead



ulted largely egalnsta resumption
houbt seine elpreeeed as to whether
Lhe employers would oleerve the un-
i derstanding with the Jeadersfur the
maintenance of the conditions pre-
walling before thoctrike, Mr Hamssy
Macdooald, Me. OUrady and Mr.
Lapebury have sonounod that they
would move thatthe House of Con.
mone should investigate any breach of
e undersiandlog ,
b UID FUBL FOR WARSHIPS.
The King has approved the sppolot
ment of a ho al Cuumilesion to joves-
gate the oyltabillty of liquid fuel for
ware

ISH MINISTEHS WI
Bxde VISIT CANAL uM

1h ad
Y ios #0 bad thet ihe he co have bed ment should comuuolcale to Condrers Cy een none,
R | C H AR D S Oo N ‘ & $s ELWA . uplon has ordered {ta men to resume, | 8!) information it po teased regarding ' buta referendum to tbe otber pnions tbe Pauvmare i elt to wea tanplas, core andl sweet

Fan Juan. Stub.
Daw Tuesdsy, vue suspicioua case
Hanturce . one Puerts de Tierra re-
ported yesterdsy. Hunday ecdees found
I he positive.

SS
CANADA AND THE WEST

INDIES. .

BANQUET TO FOBIKR WY W.10,

- Ruin
Pleatitul~ Avocady pears, cbinsite and
Ordinary Mangoes, pine applies aud

Hares -— Suureape, New, sages apps
pesres and paw-pew,

vl

Pieatiful- King eh, red Meh and
oarite.

Grainy ~; Corangue, pawa and Lally

tharce—Mennshine, grouper, talmon sud
mullets,

Pork canasge were plentiful . ‘ue ls aud
eugs urdlaasy.



We are clearing out Laces, Inser-.

aca

oe tab ° , . yet bamauet ren fo eee “ 1D} eee
tions and Allovers at Job Prices The" Daily Mall” sa7¢ tle” Domla- | Tyede porerr, of Use, Doseinion
~ this week 1 ied Me. Oburebil un * lt den on July (4h wes eo hage euovess, AR OUND THE STORES
cH . Ganede when the question of ber | ssosrdiug p the socouat jhe anes J. Glendiouing & Uo heave just_re-

1 tribution comes before the
Merheta. Partlament, and it Lelleves





fayetio wee wainly due to the le esived sil St ath] ps pure white ~

Baste

J RIC SON Me Churebil certaluly, ably effurte of Me. A. KB won Lace
. HARD AND SELWAY. } ne rete pre i . nergetic Mecretary of Kiqone Jourvals for August can
7 ; ea ree AE AE , ee opened rit race approval of y est bedis Committee, hen male aloo be bad ab @ conte po: copy.



*


‘ 4
=

7






[ECISLATIVE

GANADIAN REGIPROGITY DEBATE RESUMED,





Hi cting Director of Public Works
votes against resolution.



FoREEMENT AFFIRMED
Soe MAJORITY.





AUGUST 1 1912























THE PORâ„¢OFSPAIN GAZETTE TITURSDAY














































































—, eS = = ae ey re

hon frlendion the other side ot Tews . ‘

the [the selling ant bayleg df ftrur, [ eapression ta the sane feelings of | mid ato wabbriclhy aA thar fo Usumerce bad put tt a6 £12,800,

table that this agreement wold in ihe latoutiog classes might have | modesty ant difiidence wh 5.) . pan tag tke 6 wwet | Debthem put it at £100 >: and he

aay way lo jure tna coeos industyy or | sume ‘advantage at Teaey by com | Pradadid when he b-ganaddivene ven aiy rated the mule i ble, | didn't think if the agreement wae to

. we | ould lead achiilonaltatation he f pe ition Ia the four trade andeepe | the House But he did not prop we to | waughter) But other people might | be of auy use, that 7} per ceat would

would juin with ‘them in voting | elatly inthe bread trate And nowhe | filiow the ditions ecample aod des) | not be sinailterly tempernt They tbe too mach t pnt on the amounts

Saalnat the resotution . But he | ose to the particular point on which | o haus ively with che subiect, It} should ack theatelves: from whom | which would anaualiy arcrue as af in-

bought §t would ba aeen” that Ure | discnesion was likely to turo and the [ ecemet io him that ths admiosble | had thoee Cthreste proceeded? Ae] creased amount. So far he could

cocoa fadustry, if affected at all, | reeotutim accepted ore jected, and | epesch of O14 Prads might ba ebeen | far ashe could oes, they came froim of read iteee layman, the agreement

that wae the qapsUon of who would | delivered on any oceasion when it was | few Interested parties. [t scemed to | was not for ten, bat tor eleven yeare,

AbGret but afterwards there would | * he viper, who wos'd Proposed to Increase ert Itne, tte | him nothing ehors of an insult oo the | therefore at the end of eleven year

pe Increased benefit. And then, "itt mrt been THE BRUNT? did not agree with De. Pradaalto | partof the United States to suggest | the sannal lose would have amorinter
jtcellency had anutred them that | While hesympathleed with De Prada] gether in (he catimata of the | Chat because the rolone was entering | from £'G,00 ta £18250 It mast bere-
there wavnotihe slightest Intention | In hin interprel tion of Hie Kecellen | prefite to the mkidiemae | When | iatoan agreement of thie kind she | membered thet unless

onthe partof the Government to ey‘naveurance that there woukt bs no | ever an algument wae wanted on thie { would impose realiat.cy duties, It | BETTE STRAMER COMMUNICA.

come to the Counell for additional | added taratico to support thie recioro | question — ‘the iniddleman” wAé | would something like i,
~ taxatlog in connection with this clty agreement, aul he wae wililng | Aiwaye trotted oft It wae ecm INTERNATIONAL INDECENGY than they had got at present was ar-
Agreement Lia thought Dr.,,Prads, | to accept Hie Excelleuicy‘e assurance | what of a pharissical attitude | if America did anything like = that, | ranged for, of unless producta from
ATION OF BRITISH WEST n ble somewhat dismal review of | that no cuch taxation should be levied | towards the middleman, But, after having regard to (i's action in the | Canedscameae they priceipaily did
FEDER. their floanctal situation, had omitted | on the colony. So log aatheys ware | all, were not most of then middle | past Shehad given the Phillipines | now by wav of New York, the ageee
ne

ke note ofthe fact that durin
recent years very large sume ba
been expended ‘from the generat

able to meet t
dinary Income of the colony, welland | man — between
Rood. Butif the coet of the agreement | client and Justice;
revenue on public works extreondin. | would enall any questic sof fexation, | man between tite and death (laughter). | colony of the United
ary. From stable that behad before | the WU rvernnent would realise that | fe would, therefore. ¢
bim thea he found that during the | the sugar industry should bear (ft not | details of the onestion to the

ten years ended Slat March 1011 | the en ire, probably the greater por- ARITRML CICA PUNDITS

Agreement by theor | men; the lawyer wae the middie | and Puertolticu preference. But the | meat would act beof very mich ute.
the unfortunate J case was still stronger in Cuba } If better steamer communication wae
aod the medical | tecaure, in any renee, Oubs wae a | made between Halifax and the West
Statea Cuba | Indies, (t would cost somethiog every
leswe the ] had adistinctinternatinnel status of | yesr in the shape of subsidy, and he
her own and yet tho States gave her { erpacted that thelr Canadian friends

preferenee with regantto sugar. He | would ask them to bea*thetr full share ‘

the ‘sum of 4613( ) had been | tlon of that cost, Hecould not coa- | Now, it seemed ta hint that the | could not conserve of a great Gueein fof thet, Again, there had been some t
sent on public | works extra. | ceiveone in Mie Excellency's position ‘{usetion ofthe stumplation of in | ment tike the United States being ao | tatk about an

ordinary which was practicall fving utcerz:noeto a statemen Ike | duvtries was a mu “important one | blind to its own international charact- ALL RED CABLE 1
£043 & year) and that, hotwithstand. Bhat whieh wonkd materiel influenc> | which atom our of thie proposed | erasto carry out the suggestions | which he eaw in some paper, would '
ing thatezpendvure thesurptus bal-] the infudsof members at chat table [ agreement, because, he though. it | ofeither one lotuf prutestsota or aa. | east abous Sixk! 2, and he aloo sag |

ouce had increased from £52,312 § bat His
[rule fo £101,022 at the. end of preetute the

De Prada (oterrupting), poloted out
that, although large areereteee had

waeone which went tothe very root | other, [f Teiaidad were, at this etige golog to atk the

of the weaknesa Uf the West Indies, | of the day to repudiate het leader- | Weet Indies to contrioute 850,

—--and that was heabeence of asub- | ship after having inetructed herdele- | whilst she would give $35,000 acd {
oldiary industeles The tendency [a | gates on the subject and obtained | kindiv ack the Mother Uountsy to 1
the West Indies inthe future, ae In| practicatly what she asked for, It | contribute the other €3560—but

ceettoncy seould not ap thse Canada wae

reciate the diflvrence that must exie.
petwoen tanition Itnpoeed directly and
ostensibly fur the support of the

agceement and tanation Insidiously

bees locurred for extraordinary public | b ht fo f he exme toason: be- | (he past, wasto be dependeat oa one | would be a dreadful setback to the | whether she wovld be successful or
1 public rought fa for the eo
B Y Ne) A M BE works, lt wae ane dit t 1 Hh angle predominant and overwhelm- | growth of Went Indtea isto one. | not fn the latter al, he could
. aL! boon increasing wedaallye athad | cause such action wonld expuse auch a iogtind bate et ernbers had their propos:

it would be “particularly a pity if f not tell,

So that instead of $3.00
to beta |} Trinidad were to r . hf

lle had v tha celticismn of the future
Agurea there toshow that whereas in ronerat toe of the sion » not tospeak | own way there would seem trou adher | which they would hare to pay st the



Sal (KS OF they spent £53,000. 0n extraordi- | of th ene ut there ewasone | very givat danger of the coldoay | enc the agreement because of | end of eleved year it wou somes
: acy public ork, there wae recurient wartot .. Trietaneech which eceu.- | comilag to epectaitve in cocoa, Now, | “Kunkitie Amertcanue” (laughter) | thiog not far Irom £25,000, including
: . fn 1004 of 435.00 and to 1903 £167,019, | ed very much unkke himself, and that | they found by experieace what { Don’t let-them rejece the agreement the abare of subsidy for steamer coa-
‘hig adjourned meeting ofthe Legis.) The Cullector of Custeme:—No; at | Everything was being reduced gradu: | wae where he thought it would be | snecialzation in eugarhad done In | because they had been feightered or | nectidn and coat of better telcgraphue {
fotlve Souncll was beld [a the Oouueil the outside, £15,000. ally until last year, 101112, which wae | bettecfor this colony tind it practically {| tne past (applause) But even aseuins threatened bya few irceaponmble and | eervice. [le thought thet very few St
Chamber yeeterday at noon. Present Mr, Alcazar eald, he would accept | ontv £55 000 satonthe rail likevamelca and Cre | ing for vung moment tbat the onty | un-representative Americans, but let | people realized what the revenue
were His Excellency, the Governor, ! the Collector's figure for the time Tae Col, Secretary said, his point | nada, allowing this batile ta be fought f loaustry which would beneflt was | thea adopt it fu tts best interest of | might befor the currentyear. They
820, R. La Hlunte, GO M.G., Hon. 8. | being, So far as figurea went and | wasthle: that, notwithstanding this | by the sister colonies, and thento | sugar, he bought that would be a | (hecolony (applause) vas were all very ploased to hear that the
W, kraggs, O.81.0., Colonial Becre-[ their financial etatus at present, he | etpenditare, thele surplus bed in | elide down aud share in Lhe epoile | quod thing, Mekrew, (and he had THE AUDITOR GENERALS estlovate for the last foancial year
tary, Hon. A, © Gollan, KO., Attor- | entirely agreed with Dr. Piade’s re] creased, and If the Government had | when there wae victory, (Laugnter} | veard tt mentioned fa ordinary con- ViEw:, was likely to be £1.41 0 more than an-
cy Gener, Hon. It, 8, Aucher[ marke’ on the eubject and he alec | adopted the very unwise policy o% | Thare watno question that they were | versation) that there wasa feeling The Au lito. General said be propos | tiripated bat waethat likely to be
â„¢ Wer, K.0,, Noticitor-General, Hon, | agreed that they toust replace by | boardiog up theic balances, instead of | called npon to Lake two vlerve at leac | against the abeen eeiv which was | ed only to adda few words to the dis | the case fur thecarient financial year ?

RO, Buabe, U.M.U., Auditor-General, | sore means the revenue of which thie | spending them on public works profita- | of this eub 2tt,—the large and impe | cinn-c.ed with Uhe suxse estates cussion, and to address himelf to] Aft coor planters knew that this
by Colonel the Hon. RS. Marshall, act | agreenieot would deprive them. It | biy aa they had done, they might have | rial view and the tnore iocal, federal | That, however, way & misapplication | what seemed to be one of the chief | year’s crop had been a vei bad one,
, ing Inapector- Genera] of Conatabu- | niust be remember that they had | been showing a surplus balance of | view. He wae flerly convinced that, | of Uh: original meaning of the term objectiona on the pact of Dr Prala and | that the main pickings were tasde in

Hon. Percival Stevens, AMI
LL Clare M.D, Surgeon-Uen-

,, al, Hon, F, Gibbon, acting Protector

arting Receiver-General, Hoa, H,

44 Waloott. Collector of Customs, and
Sir G. Townsend Fenwick, K O.M,G.,
Hen. H. Thornton, Hi. A. Alcazar,
KG, Cari de Verteull, Adam Smith,

' De Pred MRGSE, Dr. 8.

Knaggs, Clerk of the | extensions awounting

> ag i ral but people who] reasonable erpectation of being able to | Ingly aurprieed if it wae founa that
* K if Se ae eee ot “tbe | cxteneo aca ee tad pallwny ome they hed the acto crease Piece an nrgaried the omer” planet ee tnareal Tato the cblony sali lh | meet the ino in both those ways, His | b Rh cuatente ant excise, had noticone
te to somenhere between | Secretary of Htate to epend £2) 000 a | were asked to vote £3,000 or £12,000 to | wae a verv different Untog indeed, 201, [ friend Dr Mirada had: referred to the | siderably fallen off from whetlthey

Ps

Coun aggregal
REQIPROCITY WITH CANADA. sro and £8,000
ure &
ef the Collector of Customa resolution | re-p
, foe giving effect to the reciprocity | would probably become eo. To make
t between Canads and the fends weet Jast year

TheCouocll resamed consideration

ott Lodies.
“ *a POINT OF ORDER.
Me. Alcazar sald be had an amend-
meotio more to the resolution, but

b ivke would liked to be enlightened, on a faext year to meet the necessary ex-
(uation for'er, other it wascom: | penditore and that, under ordigaey
«facumstancer,
revort to addltional taxation, as the
rmedenotheramendment if the pre- | ceserva fund by direction of the Sec
retary of dtate could pot be touched
below a certain Sgure and further
they would have to increaxe jt annual
iy by @ contribution of £5,000, And
‘lade sttorney-ieneral who asked for yet they were asked by the revolution | this Ceuncil thet day, ho;
to further cei
which the Finwnce Committee would
have to mueet tbe ecpenditure for the
NOSt UNOPF 4A ON. | next floaaci year
‘ ICI AL OPPOSITI he would be bold tbat there way eo
tery easy means of supplying the de-
ticlzoey 7a revenue in £2
was

Y° pasos for Dr, Prada who had already
> solen on the subject, to briag for-

2 bat woendment was rejected. -
> We Excellency said, De Prada
. tot do 80 on the seme point.

patler was, however, referr
¢ Met blo k up tbe point,
"We Grorderation of the polut was then

Mr Alcasagse rald, bia attitude. In
at matur was so dissimilar to that o!
» Mhononrable friend, Dr. Prada, who

addreeed the Council on the previous
dey that werelt net that he intended
& @wovesa amendment he would eat-

bicssil to give expression to that
t This queation of Cana
procity bad been before the
ef oo varlous occasions aod In
forms and whenever it hed
bated he always made {t clear
Wat, while he favoured reciprocity In
pie, before giving bis adherence
£57 agreement whieh would sotall
Sey oss Of revenue he should like to
ksow bow that loss of revenue was
mig to be made upend, aod, if by
taxalion, be would not
a with 16 uati he felt eure that
faratlon would fall upoa the
ery, After referring to
oatracte from Haneard at the
of rt March 101 whea the
reciprocity was afficme
Sy mation of the Rentor Unoffi
ober and subsequently thle
iat whoo, on the motion of the Colo~
Y, Adelegate was sent to

Bacretar
med atine



epeaker sald it wae under»
latter meeting that the
& when signed would bean

the delegate’s own indl-
4 ty generally was con-
el p,tiaued ddr, ‘Alcans he was
fa favou” of it, Inthess



prea Tomigrants, Hon. C, A. Pollousis, :

* tary, comaiitted themselves ta a certain
‘ MF: fitleg Director of Pablic Works, | expenditure from «hich they could | remembered thatthe
Boo not recede at a moment's notice, and
iu was important to notice that they | dinary public “works wae % gum that

had done e0 siace this

wae Aret brought up, be thought. A
few iteme of that expenditure recently
approved of were £18000 for
Itoyal Mail subsidy, £20,000 for the | works
road scheme, interests “and sinking

encroach on their reserve fund to a

vonsiderable extent, He was pretty | the colony that they shuuld adbere to | occupy the prenaler “federal position ac | face of itt Hgutes were a little be, | tightof the fact that oo the comple [ thererenue would probably Ilkely to
certain that the ordiaary Tevenue ot it and he proposéd dy vote for the reso: | well Tiongiebe Istande vf the West | etartling But he thoughtte might | tion ofthe railways, they would begin | be consilerably lees blan wnat it wae
the colony would not be sufficient | lution. He hoped (snd he trusted that hopet remind De. Piads that expenditures to geLrevenue, and surely they were | eatimsted to be, But be sincerely

f tunes of this colony on the risin, ward, aod that was the curlous | opening of the couatiy and the build
te teiea Yast enon whatathes arthice waters of whats he hoped, would he 8 silence on the partof thecriulesand | ing of eallwaye Now Mr. Thorotun prepsred. and pbet they arene Justitied rere in hopes ta Ue nent on tieen yeas
were they going (2, 'Bpose an addi very prosperous tide, Hie bad no | oppongots of the agreeasent of what na coe toolong; that ibvhould waselasticity faboat the resources of | Grande and Toco to Portof-Spain.

tional duty
that the cost of living in thie colony
bad focreasod very considerably of

late, especially that the suplus balance would be NALY

k led or aptitude which might | the official delegate and the «smme + | to ba invested, acd the agreement was ; tt ip
titpevted. ar tne mecting « of the help ts valve some of the dificult reo: cial adviser were sent to Unnads there | uo good unless It tendew to increas rerptoai and yo far other circumstances and Instead of spending £70,0%) 9a
ie comic DY ry | icrmemoclind, th, uel, fee eat oly uk eae it | teeter ect ptata itis | int y tat, Sree op bo | aus toapea sf Skog 7B
slogle apeaker that the ranting of | Bucthere wer one or two puiais on | ani, as fararhekney, they hed tot | intended to produce ag about £72000 Ie wactrue that they | sincerely hoped he was mistaken, But

this preference would
ofthe preferred articles, But that
argument which
first time by Mr. Adara Smith on the
previons day left him
tinced and
tered articles would not be a whlt
cheaper if thie agreewwent were
tered |

wok, lace both et the Obamber and
9
practlcally every speaker
valy persone fikely to derive
bepelt

sugar planters.

“weeelon of
ie \¢eialon onthe subject So far | wt

00. Su thatit waenat corract lu | gether they wovld be pultiog a ten

bat th td pot be | cocoa if there was notbing much tothe | wae the generally held opinign that £3)

ee Tiviog hat would be the ae retignvect’nesesdy “for be The agree ment for corona. be thought In fora poli val bate ty be sell: ae saying that they bed bea gradually Meenled un Pe detelopuent the
Â¥ . who re focoma lt might b-come a ver mus

roel Ripd pivtrsconi iret “he dat tered ertictes ts this ‘culoays mportagtt em lo the finances ct ue tropical counties, it waa foc that] Allorney Generalhad polrtedout that | tie vountcy, aad, making Beopls

vost of his living locreasedin order to

















































































£400,000) or £500,000, [6 meant people haying propety ia | Ale Aleaner -viz. Chat the colony could | the firet three monthe of
Ireland leaving thee native country | not afford the loes which the revenue | and therefore,
and spending their maney outside | would entall Wallet the question | be no falling offin the receipte of the
Bat theeo caled abwonteeisu on sugar | was belog considered from Ume to] laet financial yoar Cocos planters
vatates here was very different indeed: | time, they had faced the question uf | aleo know that there had been «a few
for, there were several people who | sore lose, and they came to the con- | emall pickings between March and
lived aud worked theic own sugarer | clusion that the colony wae able to} June, but between June and December
tates ia Trinidad, And the absentess | afford it. Of course, lose to the revenue | there were practically no pickings ab
who diew for haped to deaw profits | tnust be made up either by curtail] all Withlittle or s0 coooa crop for
from sugar were not peopla who werg } nent of expenditure, or rerenue from | the pact nine months of the present
taking auney vut of the culony aa thé | some other source, and they, had a | tuancial year, he would be very pisas-

the year,

But itmust be | waless there was some stron d
saturally there woul

&

eum which wae IMPERIAL NECESSITY

devoted from year to year for extraor: | directiog the action of the auth orities
tn the matter, they would harily hate
stood between the Government andthe fore to the etpense and_ ft ouble to
application to this Council for addi- 7] have eant out that Royal Cominission
Vional tazation. Attention bad been | and in Canada to have made such close
called tothe factthat of the amount | and careful arrangementeae had been
they espen’ on extraordinary public | made. The Solicitor General, on the
20 000 was pledged for the next-{ previous day, hvd sald that they were
twolve or thicleen years, Lutasaset- | willing to pay £2,000 forthe premier


























































































QUESTION GF RECIPROCITY

the

fact that the increased customs duties | gave last year,
they bad been collecting eince 1990] to this, thal
had been eo far utillzed to meet certain | of March las
expenditure which they bad to face,
viz, railway extension and road ex
penoditure

Se that it amounted

although up to the let

the colony had been

shown to bein a very prosperous state

of revenue, it seemed to nim that by

Hut they must not lose | theend of the Sletof March next years
el

Prada haa called attentiog to the fact
that thia was an .
EXPENNEIVE COLONY TO RUN,
Ile had given them figures which
showed Ubat olber colunies were ran
int perhead andon the

Of this expendi
ood deal was not imovediatel
active, though fa time it

year fiom loan funds on extracadinsry | keep their claim of the presaler com-
pavlic woike which, fn previous years, | mercial position in these watere And

ato be met from general revenue. | ha could not but believe that this was
On account of the binuiediate and pros- | the stepping.etone to the time which
fective advantages offered by tbe | would come souuer or later when,
agreement it wae in the best joterest of | under federal government, this would | at a ‘es a





they had to




justified fu anticipating that the
rerenue if not iminediately, woukt
momthan meet the expendituce of | Hia Fxcellency had etited that (fthe
establishment, and afford some margin | agreement were entered fato, there

hoped that he might prove

JNOFFICIAL SUPPORT. would not be stullified) thateven in | differed vety much in their nature A FALSE PROPHET

D.. Laurence said, he had bad no ine | tha lifetime of man of sbemselzes. in | There might be expenditure whieb wae
tentioa of tating any pare in the dis that very hall wou meek the Ved anal reproduel re au erygnditure whieh
tussion on Canadian ri rocity, ut oveanmnent of hic vw frien ic | was not, and « distin d jotie
after Jistening on Tuesday to the ver Creda would be perhaps one of ite] in Minidad was the amount of repro lowarnds weeling the chargee on tha | would beno focreswse of taxation®
full and forcefal speech of his friend, | most valuable and aistingnished nem | ducuive expenditure that was going | debt. There was another ften of {Hie Es ellencys Wath respect tot,
De Prada, he wasinduced to change | bers, (applause) aud if fn those days af on. They beard occasionally of gieat | revenue whieh they bad had to foreyo put ifthe revenue fell otf and there
his purparse and endeavour, If only for {| Iancellor of tha Hachequer was| extravagance among the people of for tha last few years, and which made | wae no increase of taration, evidently
{he sake of old associations to address | needed De Prada stood a goud chance | Trinidad, Personally, he was suptiesd | some difference in their reverie, He | there would bea decrease in expendt-

ing strongly | of belngeelected to the office. (laugh | at the amount of work thet was being | referred to crown ands which bad | ture,and that fed him to ask what

that tatheresule be would achieve the doce for Trinidad with what obviously | bees Jost them through the reservation | ahape thatdecreave would take, Ile
conversion of his oavavatle friend MORE SUPPORT,

they would have tw

le the resources with swould be a srnall amount of capltal or | of the auppored Wasvery much afrald that it meant

P
he view which he entertained, Me. Fraser esid he should like to elsathe rate of luterwst would uot be OILBIARING LANDS. the curtaltwent of the estiaates ou
(augnter) “They were allthere that day ] afew words ‘on ae aubjectol Genatay sohigh. There was undoubtedly jtight. | The time was coming when those | public works etlreordinary (De /
taking part lo the first act of a great | reciprocity, But the question had | ness of money. The tightness of lan ls would again be eet free fur sale, | reace Hear Aeary in the abs ew
OFFICIAL DRAMA been eo thoroughly thresbed ‘out that | aiouey, a0 far asthe Government wus | and they would heve that expenditure | roads, bridges and other new buld-
Prom the dramatis persons he was | it would be presumption on his part | concerned, was due tery largely to the | W meet their additional charges, The | ings, Thenew road scheme had coly
toth to see ble fiiend absent. They | toadd anything tot. There wacone | fact that it was folng ia forreproduc- /estinated surplue and the actual | jastbeen started, acd people all over

v- 1 balavce from 104 up to date showed | the country were naturally, only too
were endeayourlng to embark tha for- point however, he would like ta bring | tive work ~the building of roads the thattbe estiniates iad been earefully | pleased at The progress m e, sad they

|
|
|

Now, so doubt

pessimism
natifod and that was by
RANSFERRING DUTIES

agricultural interests that might in
any way even unconsciously cloud bis
reason in atteaipting to deal with the
subject. Nor bad he any commercial

they expceted to get from ‘anada and
oh They expected to give Ifrecl- | have been five instead of Len, of practi-
proc) y meant anything at all it means | callyelerenasit would, Butthe period of
an éxchange and abargaua When | ten yesra was eveptial if money waa

the culony which would notimmediate | But he wae afraid, that they would
come waned, Sathe eatimatesof | go back to the year 1007 whea Sic

t
since the Customs the current year they had estimated | Heary Jackson called

. wer communicstiva
trade be ae for Lo any great | bad pot been ableto carry out vertain | it must be remembered that the
rupuved expenditure, but they had | 241,04 tbey were spendiag were prin.

n able to devute the extiaordinaty | cipally paldin wages, ead gave work
expeoditureduring the last four years, | lo a large nuinber of labourers, and if
vomething dike £6100) odd He did | they withdraw that fron. circulation,
not think that Dr Paada was justiied | what was going to become of the la

which he bad, woneulted commercial exceeded helt foerruct one ha. he iu l
dagricutural friends so ae to forin | thought, they bad gota er bargein | wou r
an Indepeadent oplolon for himself ca thane whit Naas foped for, He was | extent unless there were sou sul
the subject of reciprocity with Canada. | glad tusay he wasone of those who| security, The iuveaument i) steau
atill, uncon, | There was one thlog thet seemed tol wee fu favour of the recepivcity | eomunsinication coald, la’ i wets e
belleved, and | have ecte ed very deeply into the agrestuent He thought they had remanded a nenerulent, on (he, part
. co " +-|o an

Se tye whlch If lee mtetock Toh fa ‘eace vont Sorc tinge nae a tin which wasenteced sta with two clear [in saying tee a nditare | wae | bourers, unless cocoa took # very great
had not beea adverted to io thie| that could hardiy be over-ostinet abjeuté : one was the desire fo° pro docs easiok Vibes a peppenes wary ere for the better? They koew thay
House, and that question was the dis-| fle felt that the colony wouldgo‘o| ft ubfoubtediy, and the other | thatio the rears ons oT. 1007 8, a0 had bed crops for 1adefew years
cuptlun of old aod Valued tise, and the| wreck and culo ifwugae wen outof}a desire which wae held ia very lwo, capa open lowe onan in fist god pistes some-hing bower
tl (t was admitted by | severing of pleasant onl loog stand: | cultivation, It wafvuch a gros power | stroog favour in Canada of beoomlog of pny wor e was lower than in aun up, be expressed ¢! a + ae
re re thet the | aswelstlons wih the commercial [in the plece fur empl yuent and {oe oF less self-suMiclog, —one might | £ t ere . veoed ing ten years, pouly a osatter of time when aboot
i apy | members of the Unled dtates, | labour that it would be a very iniser: | alnoet call it uperial unlons ‘There being bet teeny “ad Wb inne a weeny tive per, gente of the eqtates in
fi . ¥ . Tf thlag da m0 a a

eee ee eee y otveaned ON Soe ene ee Nisa beyned to ia t twenty oF thicty yeara and Ubat | thie year she estiasates were over | Ifthe road echeme were stopped alto

cheapen any

was advanced for the

e etl
ceed with Dr. Prada, that the pre


























ene

ato. fa tha discussione thas

from the agreement were the
it the



proposed

it wae very dangerous to argue upon ever

mugs thet they had
etpenditure per head agdone by De.

onus Chey were th wearticles, Aud at} colony. He alao thought with regard | reason thet they should be broughe lieved thet the scheme wae

oing to be



aye of i td ba proved that goods} to coconuts it would be the same | inte Wuch wi b a larger community | 2
sapit loterastin “Al rlsalry they oe Saployer, 7 Now, was tee “cle? mt tuebived here were ot Can udlan oct toing: With smagard to ibe tar er thaa | hele own. cout es beagace: but artis ee liane ot pede heeieat reat ee tal dhatia Bieomieee
Â¥ t ie estion ol +
i) mone las vrumete the | che tudneference was to take place, be chads oy camer the avoatege of ter, he thought thes wee avery great | to give and were, therefure, th a pust- He thou, ae hls friend De. rade hed the | (erry ing ou of the new red
of theempire, {4 788 no use wou me ‘ Ider well what the T | Oreference ‘would be accorded them. | point indsed. \Whea they caine ta | tion to receive aumeihing eqaally tolapy per heed wth thet of Bellen Seram ties seat minaant ulte cs
It eyeate th ned rela p hould conside * ja was glad toseshehadthe approv | conider that they woull be fal guod. Incidentally tou tuey must ob ial, at ire etting that tir the Trinh. | iuspeertant pret Tifeatis Oe the
teiatlng Patent ay and NaToRE OF Tuat TRANS- al of alve Collector of Oustous on that the povt fon of Juator Pactne ein one not forget tu st ree oy eutiable gai sapend ure. Bute Was loohuded auteement Web ‘Canada (He de Ve
wo keen ‘st, “Sse te hate. pat. Tuea there was the question | of the sichest and most powerful | tlon might Increase avery large one on railway, whereas | feuil: ear, hear), Theaas he had
“cy | oughtto be, To bistmicd {t was a hi countrles of the world,~—Ganada,—he | form of trade, —
ere GF tes eurocn 7 | iets ouulsale way of serecod | Y Mfous rvranuststvvouven. | eeeeane ey gneisses | OL faiaaitnaa hererks Sanath | sd ‘es "rope at tp veuppert the
bostuities were lest ‘belossct revenue by & tax thal | rat cago had any reason to com-|in order to achelvé that end and, Tl ‘d bat-ourlusity and Sut. va In the ouage re cred Alcaxit, for tbe easun that lo Britieh
ee" Doe means Of wtrengthesing avid fail on the shoulders | of thaw plain, he bianelf could uot see, The | therefore, he was going to record his There was ne d Wesu ludies wera very to “Ty was beusube he thought the | Guiana where the sugar planters were
wah ty ee Increase thele | who were aptsomcots Ts wee a fact oolr eat ity ot coos imagine was Fae ee of the agreement (ap greatly incceasdng in the northern | olony would be Justified in meesting | the ooly gainers, they had come for
fuetad trade “We vase doit {tone ven hans focal proprietors bed | wing vabear cates bordeosin ppurt | AWM ATIORYANOUNEIEALS [wath of thle belsers aud the | aay, lone Incuced, by the egray | ward aid wuaranteed to, inet
or ‘, n ‘

(enada ith Its enormous poe juede eetor thd astfew years. Why wm eT alte Merde Veveud that be Toa Attorney-Geneisl sald, befure | communication wh jae the | they were expecting ie focrae there revenue mbieb mutant accrue
seth they should look for t at devel: thet peod fortune hed pot, teen fact one tadustry, be ibeven the redutnl pe began, tet mien the vane. sewed wee tisde. “T en there was the arguments of hie, hunourable ment’ welt “Canada, it seamed
ted reciprocal agreonee ste ree trees | tet tpegwas anable to fathow, Ile | Usted ibe letgect share cfebe cost of | tions whieh had “tedn veotliaied | another polat ralead by Sle de Vwitauil | feels and what be called their malo | tobim that call the colonies wf

Mesue for the creation of ihe | wae nok prepared at present to ay 1 ei eeement, athe did ootthiak | in the course of this debate, | sine that they should oot wl iththe | 2 tee Lae of hile honourable friend th or ee ute hee

Or thE reason eter nueed’ ” | what shape thal tax should take, But) inet would beoecenary Then there | might he welcome tle frit oscasian | laipe lal question to interfere with the | resnlutioa of li Ws honguralile (clend the | ment, vere veey much | lnterer Sen
be po cully 30 iY bich which Mr, Fraser had addremad } coumes ; . .
Bae AOITY IN PRINCIPLE | Mfr at, bef, tbe arene | But iiaton ‘og reel | Che vara ppiait a ee ee ero AUER: | maar ine culooms When he
aw a I. e can ake a
apranart cubor inatine’ aunts | intble qoenmuntty, mice, was, *2!7 | Sruouot peglcuarty enamnoured of ue | (the spouter) waa nob able ta flow: |(ibewpaatet) sun thacturs rather | Works wid ibe Mle Kecaliney bey; | THoldad as KING
Y while! redouinant, foethe support of | for bis rewarke en of sou by 1 : : ‘ a
arte ch arg hele “Snabilened Brunei shouid aanure them bet i cha eager ine uty by wa ot | [iraigee: cominon aveane, such av they expected Veteuitasivumeat the: hop waa ee ache” probally and wena was & very bad second.

# sdoption of thi nt | would pay for tbe uld | tion, he, on bile part, should greatly | frow bi wusider +o ai Ferre | ediatus ke only une not cosa | Then is wae in the interest
Would entail 9 agreene’ He, theretors moved: — | ot to ace any eter befall that | ebort, and by being short he bad not | seats un, wo for w y Pole the colony two th
had been wart, Ioee of revenue which | receive dew of the fact that the & industry at thisumement- Su f wer uf « ti, & of the kind were concer’, the | port the tesulutioo, but rather | uf Une « sacaifice every

: gar | lostvany of t eee or ul speeoti, lk see ° ‘ he i f Mr. Alcaas thie far the sskhe of sugar

Collector of ey estimated. = Ibe §, "That io it agresment with the fra the indaee kelp to be most | Mr. Fencer had very effectively, to his | Mother Country had wor ee tein the {the aor lubent © re | been heat is thére 1d iN .
Che deficty gy Nous estinated that f'' reciprochy Goiada will entail» fluted by thlcagresiseat, cond he |aulod, at least, dealt with mueh thet | best evsinple. Hu be thought Mr. | he thoug. §t caly right vnat he | becalne w st would hare
Hobe £800, la a | “domision uf Os red £ benefit y this agreement, -a ulod, Vereail guared, mot ont what | should give a few reneons for what he | beeu no revenue whatever, Tiwe, ha

raod “ which is requ OF I f the Senior Unofficiss | Mr Alcasss bed sakl, First of aff, | de Vereail ign: se y « a
Teeueny pevented ta thie Gaonell | pac work and ollier expenditure Wetaber ow cut poley wae entamoust even julien beating what Ar Alcwsat ste uly aa strongly | ad vuaaied eck wu, We wvan with a great | waesorey Un eay, ed changed, | aul

Tec! le fi +to which the colooy ‘Ft toauedmission that the sugar iodus | r. cou hes wi ater ver was king, aad suger was taki
tbat be tho, ures and stated dderisg thet the only ld not suffer if ith ase «large elully comsidering the reamed | ibis Council, -thet they enjuyed the | vate egaias! the +greciusut, tnore e+ rs is az 4
Aba mee petee ik would be £8 uN) | aud cotikel ce derive any sub- ‘Tie of the responsiullitive thatiaiget | ameodnseat whith he bad moved. he | privilge of the Muther Couatry's aaliy, Uccause i +. for more yeare | back seat inasiauch ae the iovey
teres Peak ee tbe Obawber of Oom- |” persone tee T “appreciable beret | eee i eer colonies through che | etiil uli DOL yulte Waderstand "Mr hoo wlubou. contetating say | (bea cared tai ueutet, hat he | vlevulated lu the coooa industry wae
with thie 7 beld in connection | sant hagreewentare the sugar ite stion of the agreement. tenow) Alcasese postion He etill felttbat | thing at all—buthe aloo forget the | had Leen o Ars believer us 2% times more than that coinpaed
Wntinated Thee eae tt the speakers | [rou BUCH ART hat euch | Tatie tion of the ae Lau how ur anotber, what Me Aleasar | commercial aspect of the relatloos IMPERIAL FEDERATION with sugar(A weles. Question. He
istrom the ttt orer £1300. He took | «planters, 1 te be nade upby a tat fel voor i rn ooo barat abd os ved En ‘ , this coluny and the home teu adeub advocate oftarifre | wasrery dowplful whether Uanada

p . laed by Dr. Prada oa the previous | said wasn httle out of da ¢ and that it | be ween this au C31 tae eit ui h
Ousiomns of which he nate Lollector of tall na theur aod that the is more partiealarly so asthuse | would bare ben at a wore Govern usent, aud (bat was the’ LUbelr | form. ‘Tee objections he had to the | woull be willug Wo rally the age
ed Altbough, yc he war just remind: | which ween ofthle agreement be | J47-"hed meal: points witb which he | lise when the question of seading thee | credit lo in the f warkets of | peiihcatioe of a venent were | we twith the other colonics unless
weattat ie dlsated icom ier ara: | pocupane! wail the wie of | Gisanratey ade del i poueg te | dei set teat disound Ue | ihe rent teeth Rene Lescol cevaaly Uae | otha ult NSE Sul sa
gu . “ for wakin detiutte conclusion on the usatier. al ert . *
i simoe ee ey ae vpewenue be deterailaal aod epprov The trek question wae wheiber nie re and legally Ke was Sietab Ti seoibee ‘ie Me ra scvton af ce! ot eaau ing bale tae vegardeta as tedesy ey loos whted be acked 0
" eine Aguree were wrong, | “vy this Quuec! alpraslty engagenient was golag Ww | yo preiess Ww oauy: 1s . bata

2 commercial ta titers. un. it wae dealt with eory uly reveuus, lo bie oplaion thal emacain. but it w uot
Reece Poul eo erlouetonmediats | be 8 rad 8 eT Sc PPORT. merk oct to tha goal of va pea qalte Chal, euler na she" by bis learned friead, the WES ha Sina’ ShnelderatiyPundermeck | toctbund utinagit the other ‘coloaies
Oa ae BE the Gules of Ue FIO! thesteot, Although he was net qaite | wa bim thal, very pelnte y, oo tbe

tends eetica ated Seerecery sald, be] usted as te the ercrulug of a@y | lesisted upvm were evscerned, they, ia neral Bar there were one oe two | mated eo honvurable | ollectar af | wees aeked to eustaibuie aleo, if the

uy ion fon words penett ve Ube labourer enper the at | every) we. ts unlueectly what Vieg | eaper softhe cae ae sh sald ke tw | Gustome as they had heacd esrergl twould mat be satered inj
ing due che reese: rea t. ye hed euune hope feud be | desiet He Wee mot gag. Ws deat | praes on (he ative jou of bie Couacll. | tines, extimetel ibe los at about | useless Trinided jotoed. Withous
Uulitester of . thug bt ibere was somes little tuunds | witu rie 4 see (ou of tie uf revenue ot | Me wee es gig wo ered of Lie | ee fur the fet year, whereas a} Lael, they would gain abeclulaly
appremaneions RL og tur thes hope wor la] aay Wage. Ue ¢ upseed to gite | matarel teeliug ol reeutiout whivk | wyli haus meuber of the Casmigs | Gvibey Therm were vale Gitey
°
\ 4
‘ t att 3





Se te - ‘
en on \ ® war ° a
.* 8 . . \ ' «
. ] “4

’ __— THE PORTOFSPAIN GAZETML.THERS AY AUGUST 1 1912, oa,

Stephens’ Limited |














Pad

zs -OF
. a . ; or —

Week! — A L [ Week

os an
Sow bE PING REDUCTIONS. :

NLY GENUINE BARGAINS.
AT STEPHENS’ SALE. |

ThePorl-ot-Spain Gazolta | State's cit cke,2nae |INVENTOR OF SEWING MA: i MOVEMENTS OF STEAMERS | Hamburg ameri
can Line.

- ARE NOW ENTERING ON THEIR LAST WEEK. ~





\
d

}

:
aaacser eos ese tion Ril wit Neleanst nis naa in ete ie fhe





ed
Se TTS fet could go the Goteromnee Or te CHINE NEEDLE. fe Hoyal Mall Steam Packet Co. — | pave a 0
v c N alternative, the arrangee! 2 , - BORREPER 4 00
THURSDAY. let AUGUST, [1012 | be made which provailela some other | pylic aloe pment, early Ay die 808 Page 2, Aarere
ee IROINTA.—Tie a4.“ Vilgtale® of the



























= countries, where the Government col-
faerernnenreracarn nagar lect the entire wheel tax, and pay over covers} where the eye of the needle of at Hamburg American Ll
wing machine should be located Koninkiljk - a Arian Tice ia das here
MR. BRIERLY’S SUGGESTION, | to tbe towne la commutation sere | S{y'7iag machine should Ue located coninkilje, W. In | trom Veoszuclan Fortson or aunt, Ae.
—_— aod ILamburg direct, taking cargu pasesa:
~ and m

Re atle
VUERUSKIA.—The as “ Cheruskia’




: c ofa certain stipulated proportion

a in Seven Days. pifte saggetion matey Mr, J. N. | of ‘the angual coo rou mala, | theeyeat the eet” ieuerer accutal Tun Borat Durem Mat.
i Uirlerty fetter published in ar denne hak fe perhaps etill more to bln that icshould be plaved uear H ap Line Bi

ri worsen vesezers able me 104 {inposing a wheel tax ‘ injpossible to consider tbat, since the dope i and he pnigbe have failed JRINS WILLESIV “TheRtoyal Duteh thle ete tedan Vane cele Dat Hine te

on reamt he “ 9 on oF

one which at first sight wiltno doubt, | Goverament clan to hare absolutely | wastnakiog a sewing machine for a due Mat Steamer Urine Wile IN & pupal Agari Th provestiog aliarw G

.
















































appeal st: ongly ta many pereons; but { no intention of inrposing a ge’ 1
oo. Meee ta ean perwey trust | and would not we fancy general tak, saraxe klog 10. strange country, Just | alout dnl August 1012 proceeding alter | go pnstengers and mals,
. wilt not be adopted by thoee who ate asked for any contribution towards | teiceh oo rhea @ was awake, he werda to Paraiarilo, Tavre, and = Atm -—
< entrusted with b thecarsylog out of the taunletpal upkeep they should pre- diticulty euradle’seye was the chlef ) stem dam taking cargo passengers aad Kast Aavatwo Vo, Ltd
preseat propo or the ition o vent im wih: of y ‘
such ataxia Port-of Boe Te fe wa- J the boroughs Yor the present Ite thought the king gave bin Zi | st Fe ei tiastondanr Danish dane of
much a tas ta Portot Boao tee the at gb hours to cumpleve tha aiaching and‘ cig” ta due here from Amstordan Steamers,
SE ee a te eee eet sOrs | the proposed. whocltnx And wesio. | [ance tte: 14 wax not falthed in x Fue gramatitg and Demeraraon or atoul | AF San, the at St, Yan’ te, dip
# in Portof-Spaio as wellasin San Ker- corely trust that nothing will prevent Ht hours, he waz ” be ut to death, to Carupano, Cumana, uauts, la Guay” here inva London aod ort teats
S g 6 ti h - ” nando, there will necessarily be some | the carrying out In Port-of dpia, as | ied end. scaled of tt ‘all and puz fa, Pto, Oabelta, Curacao. Jacinel, Aux best kee ie 13t Demerara and Varamase
e e Scot 18 Prince lnconyenience and hardebi upon those in San ‘ernando, of a long needed up. Thed he thought they Fee iead, oes xt on eee and New York Tio. taking cargo passengers and Tatil,
Se who, from a coun atric t \. ; ; cere ane . “ y
. . . ee Sectehar Low, a hoe from te eforns ne Sug him to tbe place where he waa to DRINS WILLES V.- "lhe. Atoyal Si JAN, - Cheese. “oe age here
4.100 TONS BURT be executed 1 Dateb 3 “op, rom Paramaribo gust,
.
OF BICYCLES. the warriors carcied spears which were | V" {3 tluc bore from Vonesoglan Vora on facia, St Thowas, iatve, London, and

ovber, Dut we may point out that thie
grievance, feuch it be. Ie one which plerced near the head, fustautly the | otesewards to Paramarito, TWavre end eet atin taking Cargo, passea-
















@ from Bahia, “Brazil, on or fabout FS! the owner of every cart in th D | To the Rdivor of the Portof-Spain | Mventor saw the solution of the difl-
UST, and will | occed th ee FRIDAY, try has for years bad to eubult to, Gacette, or Se8 ye aces teow kOe TOF La thingy etemett pecu ag Lamport & Holt fan
$ P ereaiter to and basin fact submitted to in peace 7+ ut 'es Seles pus Santor PeiaesWileta fon te tam meee
and quiet ; and to-day pretty near! Sin,-The Town Board. 1 see, fa: twasdo'clock inthe morving, Hej 1 MailSteamer * Prina Willen t" te of Steamers
te jun ped out of bed, ran to hie work. | dueherefrous smateriam vis Parana Gronce FR. ALstow &





ted tends to tax bicycles for the use of the

‘gw
. every estate in the colony is v
W YORK DIBRHOT [is thitwey itthey coud their cars| svete of HorvotSpain |. Whether
- bicycles should or should not bs taxed

to Lown, be it but énce in the year,

YRON,{The as, °H aiedes h
N,=The 8. ron” ts da a1
B fom Banton, on the Lith August, and

shop aod before 9 he had modetled a | rbd and Deis be ut
needle with the eye at the polo. After | Aagust 101d proceading Ornerwande wh

































- : Inno other way that wecan ere can | {#8 question into which itis notmy | toleeverytbing was easy. and Howe | Cacupano, Cumana, Gaanta, La Guayra,
ego, Passengers and Mails. pono oeetin bther than thee ores | Purpove to enquire, But. I think, the | $018 completed ble wonderful Ia: Fie Cala, Coracaa, dacmeh Aus Coyes | waite the mama og for New York
ees Cabin Passagos to New York $35 cach. | sicped by the mere fact of being taxed. | etl d ta co-entensire muh tbe night vention, cat paswangere i'd tll oF cits Baradon taktog Cantey passengers
a . ° : all upon cartilage owners, And Me ‘ e righ whee RANJE Nai the P. re ” “
s fitted with Electric Light throughout, All Vitleriy's proposal seeme to us to have of the peisun taxed tu enby certain ane —— Mall i NASSAU The jal Duteh OLLAIRE,—The #8, Voltaire” ledue
evaroniences. several serious objections to is belog | Pian of uke irscte It fol taved HIS MANY TITLES. duehere, from” Venegueian Vorteon oF | august ait willieare the eame G87 oe
‘al farther particulars pleano_apply to Seed en ne ee cee Breas | corollaty that the 9 aint tw enticled ero wards to Paramaribo 1 Plater | New York via Harbados, taking eara
t 38, clint da entited The ol to Faramaribo Hasre and Amster
f " Pp i apply ed inom than ore ene romise from | to 4tighton the road which at pre The rhe old caretaker of the church, ae dam taklag cargo passengers and mails, j PATeneere aod male
ably made in} sent ts not hieby law, Under th iow | yard, Gd smissed as trivial the question _ _ SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.

the Government

i
; J Council, there fato-day absolutely no | &* ft etaode the cyclist haato make tis} of hile proper ttle * It — ~
; greater prospect ol the imposition hy } on Suy in the streets and. be bus 10 | creed keeps the ete for all” ne ail Koninklijke wW [n-
the Government of the colony of al! parte expect pedestilane to move] “though they may change the words dies Maildienst
—_ } A st + general wheel tax for the whole laland | WAG} Of tloge biatell, The inense | they ure, Louk at iv. here [used to New Yorlk-—Param «ibe
. Servi.

%,
ARRIVALS
July J0th,

Ocanu, Brit stmr, Comin, 1,228 tons, £8
hour pamengere, Ta Cordon, Great
al 9 33 ‘he a
Seon ee e

Stet.
Tuavens, Venes motor cbanze, Fraos, a
tonn, é}tuars, Cristobal Colon, 2 brie
ltch and & panengera, To Yael de
ravers Uo.
Gxyzats, Veoes sloop, Salacar, 23 tons, }
day, Cristobal Colon, 15) bags cocos.
Provipgncs, Brit sloop, ‘tee we, $2
tons, ddaya, St. Vincent, 17 goats, 6
sheep. 3 p & turtics, & bags corn, U0
bags pote! 3 brig atarch, 3 baga
groundsats ani aengers.
Napuan, rit ‘lop, ‘Miler, IT twoon, a
daya, Bt Vincent, $3 pigs, 10 goat, 62
bags potatoes, 9 dosen yams, 4 turkeys,
ACCA.—s0 “Baramacce” {s

4 ¥ bundles plantatas and 6 DRC ee
S due herefrom Paramaribo on Mooday DRPAITURES

with Ag; ad wi goth.

ai nao prsdantydiect for NewYork | S4MAMAy A, Dateh tat, Keone A

taking cargo passeagers and wglia, pulmege aud J cases regleters, 2) bales,
Bhilanad Ww rubber (ez 9 “Prelta”)
aun hides and fl batdles shins ex se,

* Venezuela” aud f passengers, By Hoyat
Dutch Mait

Dotuktva, Veues scher, Lodsigues, 41
tone, Cristobal Colon, suadry pkgs mdse
and dU pamengere.

Apvanca U1, Brit sloop, Hoberta, 21 long,
Grenada, sundry phgs sdee and 6 pas-
eecngert. °

(batantia, lisit atedr, Saunders, Lo
tons, Urenada, 2,028 pkis transhipment
care Bw phys indes, i? Pieces I weer
an pansengert. al a
Bteam Packot Ga 7 7

Beauice, Lictt ats, Adan, 1.347 tons,
Demerara, | 135 mn trauabipment
CATKO, A, 2 sucdrios ans e
236 (ons coal, "by woe, Go

at,
Ocamo, Urit etwr, Coftta, Last tour,







: see
ents, Prince ‘Line. | than bere waster yeara ago ; perba unde: the proposed law being for Lhe [be the faoitur. Then we bad « parso
8 , ‘ Jess, And unti such a general wheel | Use ot the streete, willbe tyr liet be who caited tus the sextant. De tnint. | Tae Hors, Duron Mart—Aaewr
tax Ieimposed, a tax which ia every y gave me the nawe of vagin, = and AROWIJINE The a,“ Narowljue
fu civiiaed country ie recognised to be the young wap weve got pow aye h ledue back here from Pararmaritd
aneven more equitable and justifiable Lan Che sacrilege." via Barbados on Tuesday th Auguat 1212
tat Chan one on carieand porters and j t? hove when he rioge bis ell on the ———— anid will leave the aame day at noon pre-
hucketets aad pediars, there can be no roadway? Will the tax oa bicycles ctsely direct for New York taklog carga
question c€ carrying outthe sugges alter the legal status of the cyclist on ST. ANDREWS COLF CLUB. Baanongere be mall,
fon tuade by Mr. Literly. ‘Aneiher therond? Some itseems that upon —_ NOPBENAME.-The as, “Coppesame”
con thle: the arbilrary maoner in] he true consideration cf such ques: Gentlemen are remloded that the 1s due here from Paramarivo, on Non.
sa od in, Brierly proposes to sbare | tlonethe tazatlon of Licycles should July wedal competition which was day Lith August 1il and will leave next
craecie peuerallalacd wheel Laz, while | Ue based. It hea been contended that | post ned on Saturday lest owing to | Sa7,04 0008 precisely direct for New York
gui Che Fig tuple from en aitthmetl | bleveleedo damage to roade and for: the luclemency of the weather will AISWUNE The a0, “Marcwijas”
calstandpuiat, would be, we feel sure, their proper upkeep they should be take plauceon Satucdey August dnd, laduehere from New York direst
absolutely uniele from the standpolnt puade OP oage iS ee Seed meme fon Monday 2th August 1012 and will
vf actual justice. Not ou'y ihe tote et n
y oider to keep the roads iu good repals, LIQUID COUCH MIXTURES

.
®
mileage of 10ade In the towns and Ia
tr: tively, the bicycles which wae euch toads
) = om te ag number o ively. Mot ages should pay for thelr malutenance there -CAN'T CURE BRONCHITIS.
Kept in each district, nor yet @ would besome show of reason ia the 1
siuple computation of the average contention, But any obseiver of | But the Heallug Fumeg cf Catarrh
x sclentitia of natural pheoumena foaone which are breathed to the
te









allowed an @aclusive portion of the
strect. say the side-drain Wo ride
upon of, if not, will pedestrians have





leavethe same day tor Paramaribo taking
ourgo passengers and ma’
ARAM ss






















t mil
oad 4 ie eeu ot auc cus acd | will readily agree that the re. [furthest receaes of the Bronchial
carrlages would by itself enable dee travels pene, . poeumatic babes, being Guick relief and vurecure
t ee any dam- very wulferes from coughe, culds,
s correct estimate to be formed of is age whatever to the turfare of avy | brouchitie and all throat fund chest

e
be ived
st Published prepefnin od dstsicrs fe would. tee | ciuer bart of the road, | The conten: | allnente nerds etait
. hat bieyclusdo damage J medicine whic! OC cecb to bb
s ‘ quire & ios complex and possibly Io to roade fails, (think i Stauilnation, breathing organs’ io the chest and

calcula bi Ideratl f the vari.

pera ata ere OT hese factore The argument, however, that they | lungs, attacks the trouble at the \ AYVAHO,—The me.‘ Mayara” of the

put Logethar before a tale’ and | should be taxed for the use of the rvad } source, Glepersea thy germs of die | AVL Tetutled Ling left New York for

equitable ja tenable only if it presupposes or ad- | ease, and cures the allmentthosoughly, | Tronidad via Grenada onthe 2th July wig
d

Trinidad sine of
Steamers,
Taixtpap Sairrwne anp
Taavine Co.~AaenTs








ve






be pro-

coeds of distribution acral . “Peet | multe, ae Sthink it must, Chat thecy | Aud thle medicine te * Cater hozuue.° and ls dae to arrive bereon the 2%
tax could bearrived at. For there are | clist te entitled tq ene part of the] ‘Khe germ-billing dsleamic vapor | Augant 1912. . 4

pot merely mavy more cars kept ia the road, Perhaps sume Mgbt {will be fuizes with the — breath, desovnds G {ENADA -Thew.s. “Grenada” af the
elly than suywhere elee fu the colony, thrown on this aspect bf thasubject at | through the Unoat, dowa the bron: | vy Teoldad Line will leave Trinfded for
bat they are more constantly ased on today's eeting of tbe Jidtrd whicb | chial tubes, aod finally reaches the MAY ged la due Grenade en the oth daly
the ttreetsy moreover Lhe city atreete | will fvrther consider the ordiuacce fur | deepest air celle in the lungs, All Rogust fy due to arrive t ere oa the Jrd.
are probably more cosy to inaintaio vebleuter taxation inthe city. parts gre soolled wilh rab. pare, MAGE. The as “Maracas” of
fa sultatle condition than sre country Yourstnly, inediinal esespces, whereas with « N the Teotdad Line wil) leave New
soads; and maoy a car kept just out ACY List eytup thealfected parte could not be | York tur Trinidad vis Grenada on the
aidé Ube limite of the torn ls constanily peached, and bara would — result | dad. August luldand ip due toanivebere] lewerara, 00 agers,’ ly Gordou,

.————--
used in the Lown, and yet would escape Lhrough beaumbing the stomech with | o2 the Gith Aujusl 1028, Grant & Co. Lid.
a ‘ AYANO. ~The 06. * Bayaro” of the | Onuma, Delt stir, Sunil TT tou
fig ovceuianeomnss ia | FOOTBALL 7 PRINCES et SAT ct caenen the |Ontat ENG Si, s TE tat
outside the town. There fe tu our TOWH

New York vie Grenada on te th Asguat | --n9 gers, iy Koyal Mail Steam
miod no doudt that a general wheel Vuket Do.

, frou Catarth in (be acse and throat | lyty and ia dee to arrive there ow the i7th
Hoe
_ lm ire col td be Jin-
- PORT-OF-SPAIN- tekaTand houtd‘tae tan (pore
a nd 0

















have bees a chronic sufferer

wedi ES













for over eight years. 3 think | have | aug
spent four hundred dollars tryiug lo fat 101
geteretief. 1 bave speot but olz doliars






















The f Nowing will re t the
Plantere F.C. agaiuet {he Vivace





























































































{
. — ge this; but we do pot) Town F.C. in a return urate be fon Catanshbozene, and have been oou-
¥ — " yom eat lt should be done at | plazed on Knollys Recreation cfrogu | Pletely vated and cr fact, hare low : CLOSING OF MAILS. °
T AND HOLT LINE OF STEAMERS] stcyeiisiecoutetecitiy to iss at brino Tamm, tonworvee the god | elie fod et ed aa Bare » Glangow Direct .
bo mia! eo x . a ik pOgary se 2 Deal webb ol wae: cr ~—
F Vu B . : are nzelves, for the eet tmemwent ‘of | sharp. ™ permanently. Yours sincerely igued) Line of Stenmers. | Malte for Desageers Suri oa. e sud 1
Ss ARBADOS TO New York IN SEVEN Days. tbele own affaire, but which, we take} oal- It, M; Tory. SituaM Hauam Weockville, Ont” Tus Taian Surverae | Geen Auguet af 1 Site
Salting Dates, 1012. yisgea oe dieaty jer’ tee] ates Pir a J Mabon | GHEr esas raat oe se Faaae um | ates To dope TS ce
jovernioent withou' o'r coveent ' 6 wo uwuthe’ oulfit Aguiren, at. *
Poiie way. On the ober band, | Half becke-K. Hobsoe, A, Piek-{rvie'e $1) susaller aise, Oia. ab all NROWN OF LEON The ge." Ucowa iis for Tobago per ILMS. “Spey *
if tbe burougbs are sllowed not} therne. dealers, of the Catartboaune Oospany, | \/ of Leon) of the Gis-u w Diepet lane slowed 4,
—_———————————— | now impose thelr own whert tar, anil Forwards UE fT Rose, 0, 1, | Butfalo, NY. and Kingston, Cagada, is expected here frome Gungow ¥ Lwpm Tegtsirsiioa poe “
‘Avgustiith & August Zl work it for # year or tao, thesewill be | Bennett, O- V. Gibbon, Ke oe . | Sole Ageots. Sith Bros & On, The ou uf about the 10th August, .
Avrustlin, t | dotzad | peting to drgeue ie doverouest | eratcas thar | Meneees Orug shaiemmi ty Unger wiles St =
bepteubae 34th Kept 2 Foe reed seemmptlug. It they 80 _——— “ To The Pan Tuat Baas Revgee
Bepiember 77th October 3d the brougbs, szemptiog, if they 00 | o-r-—r— ” y | Antz a Aad = , “ =
Ootover 1eub etorer diet, | UnoK Be pelle ee Sree Tyc | uaa tinal Qmvcxtteeliare fous apd itaoy Weabow hake Pane — | Waten Beraite Outi — De 208 | eal be tw spprecend feelings of fulnee.
Cotober zitb or tleoe, whea rs shall bave been J bile Weve ier Geen lie te} le “ay see oe iin testes ue uy eT nthe “nd vain i be ieee he soon
we a
Aconmmodation at-Noderate rates, to estiuale correotiy the actual annaal tw . tarsy | appease before it There tsno kouwn | give i tle ed er Jerly, to bes eli ‘with, Dee Kell ith
SpaTiiiit Sut epectalty catered for, | yield pf the wheel tax lo each of the | away ibe prowd i. Jee a, vorely logue
ited withe eed KAS ity nipse Telogre cas Toane, thee might be Trap ge | pus at prepare « close wer ‘tor the oe tae nue ean com: | uetural sad “iabeut eftent Others, y a batean be taken ta bef
> \* ust. ,
of pemage and: elfurthet jnformatto , meet eae meet taxa uae ee new shia Tt lathe taognlaed ivater sequence Ib rake | “we ame ital | thousavds of . have vUlfered. ma velief. These pills are erwelall coun

Yop caer bewt have wieely turned ty poumse te deal with dyopepela, and

pely to
CO. Ages pa bape } ginvng oils aad wyrivde Uf peuple can
ALSTON g eves ® wreduated scale for bean aed | eonity ther it heeded woe olber ulbs all its fewous y and icped ty stecting qua he peek
y outter. ict u puatege thin very dey. con by foc by legiouy of useen, .

og Poparimect. equstey, failed wbter se erpeuitore place eunug

om © -_ooe

ABE ~GEO, Rk;

ed
. th vie
. .
e . ‘ . f
et” ll
. - fees ek hee OE ee oe oe ' ~. nn ereeerernnenerenasiat
_ __ oo —_










La iss Parasols from -

Ladies Trimmed and Vateimoned Hats at
jes Coreeta from



want a Daisy

$1.60
FLOWERS and FEATHERS very “cheap ; RIBBONS" ! RIBBONS! all cheap.

WATF

hnntherict of
Ladies Hats.

URINGSthis week we opened up ten mote cases of
LadiesSHats and have marked the lot very cheap ;

because we are getting overstocked in Hats.” Do you

iat? If so wee usat once.

also opened up a shipment of CORSETS.



: ‘ate Ladies Trimmed Java Hate at
. BDeup| Ladies Short and Long Gloves from
Panel up Lathes Silk Blouses at 7

i AT .
The? Pioncer of Cheap Prices,

*







Wo have






» 2te, 900 and wo
"91.20 each







not have algned that pledge, and that
he soes not hold Id ft ibghtly or he would
not have for it so carefully. 4 I
agree with him gered to one who keepa bim
welf from such things has a character to
offer a security”.—Firvhan

CITY POLICE COURT. ,
{Before ie. G,-¢ C Peon: B40.)

A _Constabl Cars sinner i
ASA UL: e ee charge!
Geo Davis with assaulting and
one Mary Scrabb. Defendant

peat ae ei Bhe pal he kicked
the cana] near Marine

16 got several bruises and a
Ho did thie because she

ing tagzaol some:

er down
Square.
_,eprained arm.
was the cause cf his
time ago for ateallog, Be er watee, eod from
“that time be had been threatening to
beat ber, Defendantdid not deoy this,
lle was floed 4% or twenty-one days
- Imprisonment with hard Jabour,

Fiastino-—Constable Lawrence chargest
Jeon Ileadley, Arnold Bourne aod
Henry Mugzins with fighting. The evl-
dence showed that Lleadley Is watch
man of lands aioe the old

frm whieh
ae Mugsing

ne!
wrestled with chim to got awa:
talled Bourne to asalst hb + and Tiweete’
butted Bourne down and ran away
Jiugwins was fined 10s or seven days aod
the other two dlamissed,

AssaULt,—Diewiern. -~Constable Cod
ringtoa charged lona Remy with beating
Miriam Corbin at Charlotte atreet.
Alter hearing the evidence the Magistrate
diasolased the case.

Figurine, ENeca James and Lilian
Jamon were chargel by Constable Thomas
with fightin, The ev faonee showed that
Lilian was the oflonder and she was con
vieted and fined 30s, or fourteen days,
Eideca was discharged.

[pence Srna

PUTNAM’S.CORN _—EXTRAC-
TOR RIDS FEET OF CORNS.

Whiatany corn needs is the soothing
influence of Putnain’s Painless Corn
and Wart Kxtiactor, which in twenty-
four hours lifts out every root, branch
sod etefn of corns and warts, Just
clean siddauce to the old offehders—
that's the wey Pulnam’s Painless Corn
and Wart Extractor acts lefuse a
substitute preparation for Putnam's
Hatiactor, 5c, at drupglets,

Sule Agente: Sulth Brow & Co. The
Bonsaza Drug Store.





ROSS BAZAAR SALE

In Marine Square

Tea $3.00, Dinner Sets 36.50
up.



Se

Stoeck-Taking

.

EXCLUSIVENESS.

hes best dressed men cannot te cor
aegtly described as strikingly dressed,
|, tobe strikingly dressed, at least
poner ng to one cult, indicates bad taste.
Clothes that impel attention do ec because
they have some quality which is cither
ue, and nelther of these
used in conection with any

bisarre or
words can
marment that ts in good tas’

The beat dreased Ronowethe superiority
of thelr appearance tore to the super
quality of the iateriata which compose
thelr garinents, And tye the superiative
excellence of the workmanship by which
the garments have been fashioned,

Butit to be well dressed necessitates
the avoidance of the grotesque aod
bizarre, it equally necessitates the avold
anve of the hackneyed and atervoty

importers, iinporting es they do
in cantities which are over Jarge In com
tlson with their sale, have-—of necess
ty~ to select auch designs as wlll ap:
to thelargest possible number oh thelr
clients. Hlence, the hackne: an
stereotyped nature of the guols rch are
merketed bere.

lg Ben woull not be the hartorial
Speclalist that he is, had he pot, at # very
early perlod, recognleed the necessity of
intraluciog # diferent state of affairs,
He did thigwith another of bis innova
tlona—Exciusive Sultings,

Exclusive Suiting are goods purchased
from the most exclusive woollen houses
inthe world. They ars goods of the very
best quality, and of the very newest
denigas, nd there in but one aingle suet
fram uch pattern an advantage that
enables careful bu ren to select
deaigna which it would be a passl lle for
hin to fnport in fonger Teng ha. ~Heyond
this, it atlows him to offer to his clientele
an enormoun Increase In the range of
selection,

Ben Rice has purchased 8 tremendous
qyantlty of these Exclusive Suitings Coa
the coming season, Jieexpects the first
thipment of some three hundred Sults
withio the next few daya, This makes an
interesting announcement to lovers of
poot clothes, when it is borne in mind
that these Sultings have been pleked
trom the world's best by the most expert
enced dartoilal Specialist in the Weat
indies,

eee



Often what apne Ar to be most trivial
occurrences of jife prove to be the
moat eorentonn, Nany are dieposed
te régard a cold us a slight thing,
Hererving of little cousideration, aud
thie neglect often resulls {[n moet
serlous Siluente entailing yeare of
sulfeing Delve out colds and coughs
with Bickle’s Antl- -Coneuinplive Syrup,
the recognized remedy for all alTec-
tious of the throat and Junge.



Mrs. DRAYTON'S HEALTH HOME,

BAYRIDGH,

HASTINGS, - MARBADOS, iv.
(The second house on the righe st
Jeaviag Hastiozs Rock

we
{BEAL SITUA TION 1 ersonee UL
A BATHING

Tram Care are available ever bel! boar,

Paylug Gnests are accondsd every
conf ire on Rearonsble. Terms.(1

Adres
Telephone 78t.— Aug, L--Im.

TRINIDAD,
Ia the Supreme Court of Trinidad and

‘obag:
kummary Jue Jurisdiction, Port-of-Spaln,
No, 5t

» Netw
Louis Wataon ~Plalotit
Pierre Marillaa ‘Figero—Defendant,

pane NOTICE}ie hereby given that
pareoany t te the Ordes herein of Hie
Honour, Mr, Jastice Kassell dated the
Ulub day of April 1912, aod to snotber
Ocder of the. sald Mr, Jastica Hassell
herein dated the 25th day at 1 Jaly 112,
there willbe pus up for Sale before the
dorraot ths Court Moves, Peet -Spaic,
on Thareday thel2sh day of September
1912, betweea the houreof I and 2pm.
All aod Singaler that oertala piece or
arcel of land sitaate at Tocoio the I+.
acd of Trinidad, comprising 4 acres, 3
roods and 39 perches be the same more or
lese delineated in (he diagram anvered to
the Crowa Grant re
CVILt, fvlio 37, and abutting oa the
North on a Road reasrved 30 iiake wide,
ou the Sonth and East oa Crowa Jand
aud 05 the Weston a Jizad reserved 30
links wide separatiog ittrom land of Ss,
Hulalre Montqaette,
Dabed this 27h mer ot of Jalve 12,
MPSON,
“Regittrer.

GEORGE E. MGLEAH,

Watch Repairer aud3Jeweller,
No. 24, FREDERICK §z,
CHEAP WATCHES CLOCKS AND

JEWELLERY,

S ctacles and Bye Glasses to
suit all 1 oe

istered in Volume





tM ae &00,|

OFFER Fou BALA

Bx. 44. Conway
Bulphuric Adid In Déuns of
5 Owta,

>
Be. 3.8. Grenada
No. 1, Oakdale Oloomargarine
5's and 25's.
Ex, Store and to arrive.

Brazilian Cigars in boxes of
100 and 200.

Finest Havana Cigars,

Old Port Wino.

Gautler’s Brandy in all sizes.

Bt. Raphael Wine.

Finest Scotch Whisky.

Olilendorff's Cocua Manure.

Fire Bricks “*Gascube."

&, Chacon Street,
20th July, 1912.



Hevea Brazilicnsis Seeds

ae

EW CROP SEEDS from

healthy trees growing on
the Non Parcil Estate, Sangre
Grande, (originally from Coy-
lon sceds and stumps) will
shortly be ready tor delivery.

Intending purchasers may
obtain full particulars froni
and should notity their re-
quirements as_ carly as possi-

ble to
8. W. FITT,
c/o G. It Alston & Co.

Also to : Jas. A. Wavx,
Sangre Grande.
Ju'y 71m. -

Smith Robertson & Co

OPPER FOR SALB
Ex 3.8. "“ Maracas’,

1 Case Finest HAVANA CIGARS—
1,000 Conchas Finas-"* Gaye
Zam Londres ity Gay.

{500 Cazadores—"*,,

And ex Recent Arrivals, 3

LCase BRAZILIAN CIGARS -- {
Boxes of I and ator:

30 Cases Nuestro D PO

6) Cases ST Raraace WINE aJ

00 Cases OLEOMAKGHRINE — Ten.

ale No,
100 Cases GAUTER’S BRANDY *
2530 Pone Ford & Cacning Best band
BRISTOL TEMPER LIME,
ACON 8T

A. REET,
10th February, 1912







WIFE NOTICE.

pue public are be reby notified ‘that I
will not ho’d myaelf responsible for
any debt or debte contracted by my
Avausta she having left my bourne and
protectlou since Monday June 20th,
(signed) ) EDWARD AUDAIN,
31 McDonald &. Woodbrook,

obemned



Prices from To-morrow :







'
best |
mt









= ia aillard,

Hl POPULAR.

The Cash Store.

OLD —

YOUR MIGHTY

Dollars

AUGUST 5th,

WE ARE COMING WITIf

A-HARVEST OF BARGAINS

é
FOR You.
—_—_——_—
The Storeat Which You Cap Bhop With Confidence,
eV! Te

“One Price Only! | Ysfro Nowhere Like Maillard’s,

JUST RECEIVED | THE STANDARD HOTEL
* Corner South Quay and Heary Street,

Kmperor Frederick
Spring Water

A High- Classftable Water
reconimended jby Medical
authorities, For Salo by

~ SCHJOLSETH & HOLLER
The Dominion of Canada Guaraiigm
FRESH and Accident Insurance Col

FINANCIAL STATEMENT December 31st, 10
BEEF | a '

BALANCE SHEET, Re

LIABILITIES, ASSETS.

Reserve Premlum {oer < Mualcipal (Debentutes rt
ernmot Standar ow $135,707 53 | Mortgages

Reserve Claim 27,072 74 | Ofice Furnitare

He serva Claime (Addittonn!













eaoer se









wat

Free Insuvare









A FEW VACANT ROOMS FOR PERMANENT §

Lato
FOR Room :

$25.00 PER MONTH. sxouon

EXEOLLENT TABLE -COOL AND AIRY 3 i
July 10th, 1912, i





ae



— ! UuD wy
“0 Sarplaa | to Po feyholders » él ts is] rea ue fa coure ot Ga a
ection an: al y
Roastand Steak - | Qash'in Bank sad-cobecd a
eoia6ut Tt NM wae
—_

15 cents} per Ib.
Premium 45 per r annum for £1,000 Insurane
«0, GIETENS. Gene

7 [O% Marine Sqaare, teat
AN IMPOI IMPORTANT INNOVATION.

try “Tho Orinoco

Brisket —12c pr lb,

~——o——

GRONEY & CO.

27th June.

GHANCE OF ADDRESS.














_, — Bargains!

——AT-—

MILLERS STORES!..:

er

for high-class workmanship
Boot-making Department,” No, 70 Sackville Stree &
soles and other repairs undortaken. All work
promptly and leaves the factory with a
guarantee,

Iv 1%b—Im, _ meen a
IMPORTANT.

To Shoppers and tl and the General Pub

OUN attention incalied torhe “ENGLISH CAKE Establishnen Mf
Sevyos, oppod-2 ADA MOON'S PRIKTEEY, whlob will be opeoed of salem
Sim fasten’, eA you can get the bees Osker, Tes, Coocolate. Cobos,
say, Apated Waters, K gerebien, aod Te ead Tobaccg, ete, ;

Lyueion’s Chocolatos and







Sun isn

Office,
(LONDON.)
Established 1710.







We have marked down hundreds of Lines in all Departments, They the ee ont in} Ate madd with tho best_ot materials They He lS
have got to be Cleared out before Stock- -Takine. - Oi further notice the IW 1ci-WEOos Quit

FOR KEEPING AWAY. AND PREVENTING MaSQuITO® [9

affuirs of the Agency will _Â¥ROM BITING,

be conducted at 33, | cary
Street, next door to tho
‘Aranjuez” Farm Dapdt,



ee

ww WILL PAY yOu TO SHOP

DIRECTIONS FOR USE Haba lew drops, of (t aboyt the tase #8
saad sprinkle afew dropa about the bed:
Keeps away Mosquitoes, Files, Hleas, Bugs,

Sold at PAR'S PHARMACY, Belinonts

L









W. I. REID, i

x Agent} a

é . Yelepbor e 170 FLO, Hox 208, ~ —— ‘
Private Tuition. cerns

. TUE undert, Berean we]

STORES, ees eras bees
: . xlug. a se the peoelt "cht monies dug 48 vee

5) nstcnsune [ESR RER rs [eee ae

Ph Gallon (new) Tanks

July & 18. saat Street.

Tie Mey, Wi

THIS WHE. megane, meno

—— pn







“NO 9914 VOL. XXXI





GALET.










TRINIDAD THURS'



* FOR RENT:

. eRe s. @ asd 2
‘Aiton Street, Kumieton drawiog,
dining, three bsdroome aad pectry,
Kiteben, bathand eerrants roons, sewerage
aod electric Highs installed, for particule
ly at A'blon Street, of to
ake Lavmi, Broomteld, St. eYoeph—
Ang. 1-26.
ek RRNDAST. CLAIR VILCA—
No, 15 Mareval Hoad about 1UU feet
from St. Clair Avenue, coroer of the
Baranesh, lately occupled by Dr Koagge,
comprising 3 tepms, 3 small 100me, draw.
ing and dining rooms aod large gallery

hare
4,
OVELALK, Court Heuer,
AOR KENL.—Premwwen No. 024
South Quay formerly occupied by
The West lodian Hogineering an
Notor Supply Co. Apply to Witsons
(G9. &T.) i ewtre Je y 3i,—In.
= Marive Kesidence * belie
~Vae,”- Tre healthiest and -best alte:
ated place at Useparee Siegert’s Bey with
lano aod al] convenience for a large fam-
ly will ba vacant on the 12-4 eptember
11d. Apply to ALBERT A. SIKGRRT,
Biegert’s Factory George Street 6 and 8,
Jay B—lm,
wk Tvlt REN? -Cotege No. | ar Sh Fran
cols Valiry Road, contalaing drawiog
rn dloing rqom, 2 todioomy, froit ysis
ery and (he usuat oad offices, Water on

the Fe Pith Lely. _
~~ Comtertauie Cobcage,

k Nov, Oaaacery Lane, contalatog foar
apirtmenis with usost out hoarse, Im
melute posession, Hens moferate,
sa, Cusraina, Albert H:reat,

Keya can ‘ve chisfeed at Smith, Kober
pon & Use., 3, Caagon Street. —Jaly 2dvh.

potest Uottage NOT Westbury
Lane, Hehuent, containing %
bed rooms, drawlog and dining reom,
shower bath, etc, recently palnied.
Reot §? per month. Apply to ARTHUR
VY, Moxtrickenn, | The Oriterion” 84
Frederick Street, Telephone 472—July
ae
or avd boalthy sesi-

dence sttusted No, 4 Park St, newly
Paloteld aod put ia good order with four
Ledevoms, recep 103, sittiug aad dinivg
Togus9, eivetiic light, ont ufhse ete., tome
diate powerelon, Apply Nos Cork sh
omJoly 21s.

{OK RENT.—2he soummodiour twu-

storey. Hssideuce ‘* Woodcourt'
Oobloait Arenae, b . Anos, sow oceup ed
by Mr E Wileun-Juves, sontainiog,
dovateire, Jlatl, rant aad Drawing
Room , tad), Bathand Pantry and wide
Galleries froot, aide aud back ; upetatre,
4large Bedrooms and Dressiog oom,
Bath, sod wide Galleries front acd side,
Catvillees const of Kitchen, 3 Bervanta’
Rooms Bath and Hiable or Garage,
Gawers and Electtio Light throughout,

Voseesawa let August. All parcucalara

oo ayplestion to ALEXANOKK HAE,
Me-sru, GQordos, Grant & Os, Lid,
Viva. ot Muilding. Jaly W—Im)
jr iP RENT. —Farowwed or anfaromnea

Houe (sewly painted) with every
sitisted op
mooths only








with allout otees and stsbling,
oda Reav ¥W Apply to




eonveniwace for s Jamily,
Queen's Mark East, for 3
fiom lat September. Moderate rental,
Apply * "X" efa © Port-r-Spria Unastte’,
Pa coletyale, -Joly lua in,

pur INT — Collage No, 0 Alvot!
Lape com priving Drawjng room
didloy room, t loome and
vagal out-oflicem. J Reutal 89.00, -— July
hI,
yor RENT. —Lnse donrebie two
opoorey Dwelling House No, 2), Vice
torls Avenue, over ooking 5 quitiity
Syuure Hevt §.0) monthly. Possce
siva Lat Akane Fo Ales chat Scat ate
Dre re ting Lvuse No, 3, Scanmore Areoue,
modera conveniaces, [teat
ssw monthly. Powession 15.4 July,
For parucalara p'ease ayply to CAS,
STOLLWEYEN's Ottre, No. 5, Ihismarond
Bacet, Texpioae No 155, -Jaly Jf.
yee REN1=Diy dock Tor docking
lighteze apply to CHAB, Wake, Moa
ter bur ver Butera twoortie July 3rd—la
noo SOREN t-Rua-Lin'’s (8 & 8 broume
etter BL Cieir), Cweaburey dwell
puss coutalnts & 5 bedruouy , lavatory,
dtewieg. dinlug aud 1itiog rue, library
ead gallery, Uvwer gardoa, etabies alc,
Vossee pion Let Angas, 1912, ah bely wi.
L, Acuad, Bihiewvor,—J aly 2-10,

__FOR R SALE.

K OK SALE, ~One Share tu the Pro- Pro-
1" perty of The toole Syndicate, Hor
pergevare apply toknuo Ku soc
Vincent Street Porvot Spaince
sie July,— dua
WhO BALE Oneasp for the Usso.—
al Oce Germ Piano 1: good order,
Ales one we fuar-suiaged Dulles Bor,
Apply et Telowad Munca' atl, Charlotte
Suet, oJ. FE. Donawa, Fisoo Pacer,
oy sy 2s ble,
vA. Btylish Mare, aso
fio isl viey with. wed aed
4 goodond . rder, i be wlawed an
all eortion ere K ae at’ aperanca’
Lata! , Calforuia, - SCOLT, BOYD
& Co,, Port-of Spa. July atib—¥e,
TF SOT BALE ~A flu selectiun of ROBG
PLANTS. ready for removal. Ap
ply to IH. UL Gervasa c/o Boojoolal,
aorner a Deis, Lung Curcular

July 20-]u,
feat “ei. kuoen Nesine
oetied U.ar wg
betercn teners oud
ty aed feet-cleee bathing





I
reallence
pare,
sede Buy,
place,

~ aAlao—
The Hppee yerbt “ Jessica’ of 18 tras
ba dae Tah sole and gverythusg ¢ B-
pe fra ly we-wur by Amy te

eG ror, July bani
rs,

¢ 8. Wainisa, Apes'go Aca a










pou

ressonable offer

Twenty-two Barrack Rovio oo two lots
of nad sttaate at No, 17 Warner Street
a New Town, Apply to the ollloe of thie

peper.Jale 5—Im.






For Saloor Ront
ie SALE OR RENT—Thet dlesirable

Coteage, 7 Layan's
with two love of land.
bedroome, parlour, reading
room, servants roome &ec.











terne with hata room and usa

Rent mo era'e, Apaiy
Josury, 4t Duke At.

P OW SiL.e Un MeNY
Py Near at Road coupon
talatag, gulery,

oatoMine Sewerage ant

BALE=AT A BARGAIN, Not
will be

‘The honse bis Hive

TolvS tm

Toad wbialiag on 7,75) «7. tt of aad coa-
deawiag, dinlog, @lerge
hedroone, with s (draseing teom, psotry,
kitchen, sievants’ rovns, ateblos and all

refused,

eoveryâ„¢ da
hie Aseletants, who held

Ha, tending the

Belmont,
room, vieltor’e
Two larga ole-
out oft es,
to — Ronent

juvenile athletes.



schoulroou — where
themselves of the



LU nteage No
ie Swear Belae



were then dlsteibu

Breotrte Light



—AT=

Stophons, Ltd.

August 1.--1e,

FOR S ATH.

LU aed Siogulac that
parcel of lasd situate
envile kuowa os ‘Bele

lanted with frait trese and eoces wi

Ouse thereon measuring
fees bounied on the Nos
Kendrick Muaroe, con

Janda of Roasiie King acd Jave Steware,
on the [ust sud Woet by the Maia road,

Apply to LOUIS PAR!
Naison Street.
Dated this oth day of J

LOUL

PUBLIC NOTICE

UF hereby given that all pereuns haviag
clalmna or demands agatost or apon thy

estate ot Witllaa Neleon

Charlotte Stree in the Town of Port-of-
Spain who died on the 17th May 110 are
to be nent to me the wadersigaed
ab my offee No, 43 Nelson Street Put-of-

teqaired to
Spata full particulsrs of

demands on er before tha Stet day of
Augus? uext sad Notioa it hereby fur-

ther given thetas the o:

abore tims I will procead to adm aietar the

estate of the deceased su

entitled there o bar og togard ouly to the
which [ shali thea

cluime and demande
have had notice.
Dated thie ah any of J

Executor of wii ea Reine! DD co wed.

uly Z7.—1m,



VICTORIA INSTITUTE

cate aed

Medals

BY HIS‘EXCELLENCY

R. LE RUNTE G.

ON

Friday the 2nd A

AT 4.00 PML PRE

Acmisnion F2»xee,



certain pieoa or
at North Lev.
Vae” parol

turther particulars.

2D) feet by 12
Apply to

th by [uci of
the South by
VAN of No, 43
nly 1912,

3 FARFAN,

Angant J -20



pure, These use
lateof No 12k

rich claims or | July Si.—tw.

xpiration of the

ong the persons

uly 1912
a Yaltean,

SIR GEORCE
CMC.

ot 5 doa, battles o10h,

ugust 1912
CISELY.



BARBADOS.

MARINE *

Will remain

For tho Summer Season

Of 191
Under the well-kt

agement of

MR. EN. ARMSTRONG

INCLUSIVE
RATES May to

HOTEL

Open Doc. snd, 1921,



2.

town man.

November,









R . vil . x 7 NOHINEAL |
zh, ROM 45 bots | bpiragns vn pare Mal Brerrcmo Floral Orders PALATABLE. GODOL. | SINGUINEAY
. rounk 1 Of | secon July 1Sch—fen ~~ Ee “Tree hcag < gt ae mi | Provtstots, {Goes
Apel! 1?th—1) 0,—Bew, ——e . TOGeOs, age se
Ross B Notice DAMES (eh iahan aie tee ther s comssiaaxur
oss Bazaar Sale Avewite mice ASE. te | SPECIAL MASONIC DESICNs, | CODOL, set speesi cae

In Marine Square
Pots un Pedestals 62.40 up.

pus Pedic cad Her

SUCCESS VILLAGE
(Communicated.)
Laventille was Kept ligaly. on “Die

i by rs, Head
Leacher of the ( veriiment Setroot and
a school treat
and athletic sporte for the, pupile at-
ool The parents,
friends and ‘other inhabitants raced
the ooeasion by witneselng the eporte
which were keeoly contested by the
Sports being over.
atipio,, the pupile repalred to the
enjoyed
‘oo things which
were prepare f for them, and tue prizes} sale of Bedroom Faveiture in Op,

INSPECTION
“Jaly Bb, dw.

SALE AT SHORT NOTICE.
THURSDAY NEXT.
are PRICE CO. are Inatructed

the

esere XN

Higeby and J. Moore to the winners.
So far aaathletic sports are concerned
in tho village, we must congratulate
the Head Teacher and his aasietants
on their first venture, ae euch sports

by M



J. N. HARRIMAN & Co.

Marine Squ Mes

MARSEILLE JARS. JARS.

DENSONS desirous of keeping their Alesa
health should use MAHKSEKILLE
JARS which keep water clear sod
al articlas nisy be

obtained at moderate prices at

3, Charlotto St.

Onpoelte Meeers, GR. Alatoa & Uo.

Corry &Co siz

CELEBRATED ,BELFAST

GINGER ALE,

wharwrmrmmimrs

A SMALL SHIPMENT] OF

Has just boon rocewod from the] ss
above firm, in handy sized casos

Suitable for private ‘families
Clubs, &ce

PRIOES On to {MOatION

RUST TROHBHIDGE & 0

Bole Agonts, Trinidad,

TONIC BEI BEEF (S &D)

ILE Best! ant Ttichost ‘Tonic
that man can ever obtain,
Thin tonic is composed of
vhoren and reliable elements
in eristende, Strengthens the
vee » pRysloms and pruduces a won-
1ON'THLY torful aul innocent rewtiltin
avhort time ; 4 trial will eun-

3 Frederic

urtvate trey;

fostalies. Appl. th -!
fostalies. pply on thi op euismw -‘uly reall y on enliven the parents and
~~. ta sell by
Sal é id
WANTED. liver, TERDINE prrites sad strange
vA TAN aR the cosy. bloom of health to. the cheek, | POUltEy.
@ rosy bloom of heal @ cheek,
i , ae [stand kt
TO TAILORS. Peucte may te otalnat ‘wholesale and bred Bi Birds, ~Saleat one o'clock,
coop VEST MAKERS WANTES The. Bonanza Drug Storea, and all the | =

a
Telangt__Vnermscios ttreachout e! Absent Owner

BICYCLES FOR SALE
CHEAP.
TO CLOSE CONSIGNMENT.

QuVERAL Bieycles of well-

known English make.’ For wousin i Geach Btrect, Aims, now
$12 per woath—Price
$960.00 (FHA cub $430.00 mori gage

DESIR

Ar ins

Aod mil eecrifice them ig order toeffeot s

rented

routed fr

at8perceo!) Tula proparty hes col- aod Beddiog, Pre sea, Wash
tage, otabies, nad large ouihouees fa Stinds Toilet Tables, Cupboards,
yacl, aud cocetitates = grest bargain Wardrobes, Toilet Ware, Com:

ab thes above
COA ESTA
‘ans throug’

dtiving rat
—Terms $1 &
N,B.— This,

jog from 8

Goodes receivd for ssie at all Umes

, WARD PRICE & CO-

AV gond auartmant of HOUSK:
WOLD" FURNITURE for aste by

August Ist, at thelr Sale Rooms,
about 67 head of Pure Bred and

compriving Brahmas, Rbode
eds, Black Mioocras, and cross

‘THE CUNDERMENTIONRD

nodae tse J t Sach ueet, Avina, now
“po. eos euaply tor eure, — Price $180

'
sone 2,000 bearing trees, cvcrs house,
aad also a Lapis a veliog boas. G vod

f over 15 per coos
ame 3) firet mortgazos ((xI008) pay-

For facther particulera ot thasoracy
«fhe abure, please spply to

SMITH BROS. & CO.,

Exuber at Port-ol-Spala or Arima,






















k Stivet--Tel., 1a

tate,
anode of all

ths i-cladse avery ole

INVITED,

USINE

auctlon-on Thursday,
ther

the colony
by Pub

TURE

ESTO SELL — | comprisioy

2 », :
Properties, Har

nets oF

per mouth, and bas

fig re.
TE = (L’Ocapge) River
h the estate whioh bes

la athe door, Oash $1,400

ga766 return
Clg the past yosr,

Dropert

percent. to 12 per cent,

Joly 24tn—Le, “Sale
A) mon Cassava,
No, 14,

“ eee No,
«lw.

NOTICE.

ITVUB Tomit Fire Pas Pass Fee will be bald

at Bolssloe

tae on Acgut 4
Jaly 18

ry VA HAMSIY VEER

Tomii Fire Pase Cuurceb,
Joly 20d, 1912,

Annual Distribution of| Sweet & Dry Ginger Ale, |tne MOST SIU STIRRING

TONIC WATER &
SARSAPARILLA ieee.

’ NUE Sioklog of the Tite nic " and Great
pegs disasters ia the

St is the
most stupandou

Word pictures

Lhe frst week fa

fence—daly ste

OIL

(Paes nodertigue he fa

“ Crowa of Cutucea,'
ing OH Well Dibiliog
Ooe ex ra heavy Biee! De riot, with Ball
Wheel and all Gerlngs bbesves-Drilling

are, Wren bea,
Elevators, Mall
Rope = brilsda,
qsintopale with
wmariag ewive}
thtowi out, tue

408 wu shack
i Pe ete.,

alny to

Pp, toot ‘pate,
Qiod

Trinidad B

enalnnsd out 40 give any ie ia ” WOUg MM, Ma TUNG.

AaTom!o G @tZENDO, |

“a7, Klwards .
Jey wb. is,

Port -ot-tip.

& D, HARDING

quired OF CASS AVA are re
red to be delivered at Port-of-

Spaio aie day after haracst
price wanted aud comaiunica eto the

8 wlaqee’. wok fon the St Ore bermis

pert. What more! Get a copy from
Louis WiLtraMs, Canvasaor, of
fown, who will be a lalting the Cit

DRILLING HACHINGRY

Beatlog Swivele, Wire
owiree,

fonder. particulere and pricee
Randolph Rust,

Agent for Het kins Mackintosh Hetroleaus
sand loving On, L de

~ THER

















ing. State

9B, Ubatlotie Street, NDER

followlo,

Villige. staravel, about

wee 1912, Lhe Hie wul be
binst., a 5

AvAN,
Vicar,

Table,

Plymouth



you muss
beat description of thle
@ catastrophe writtea.
sublime, Siustrations

‘rinoes
during Barone leaving the O.lony, ts willlog
bi to sell ble Ford O re Best bQual it pat rioss to defy competition. Watches, lous,
‘mo peat ne slant workiog order ani ma vaaae wie ired ‘by 5 patent wroremen. It will be to your 64

WELL



2urb, VID

vd bs ust. tecelved per
the follow:
Moechinay, vis1—

tutes, Drive Kips

Ulucks, (one
38" sheaves, and

beat, rouse bushed
guatsape with 1s”
le.) Fishing Wola, Wire

50 Bags



eetric Ju Ltd

n

DAY AUGUST 1

WARD PRICE & C)/ AUCTIONSALES

Auctionsers, Valuers, Estate Agents

THE CITY SALE ROOXS,

A. G, Porteous & Co., Ltd,

«l UCTIONE ERS,
G2, Buuth Quay, Port-ol-Spain,
NALE ol Pre retort of alt kleds urgo-

Before yoa g> to the Stores pass io and
see tf vogean ge) what you require from
ux—Jaly Sb, 1912,

wee

{Important ‘usin Sale

TO BE HELD ON

Lhursday, 1st August

am 10 fee
BAYOURED with instructions from
. D. simpson Evq., Kngineer,of tho
Us ne Ste, Madeleine. (who is leaving
}, the undersigned will offer
is Auction. o
next, the let day of Ai fhapunt.
ie entire HUUSLHOLD FURNI-
(in five rooms and gallery),
comprising :~

‘Tables. of many kinds; Palntiogs,

Victures, Chromos, Mate and Rugs,

ian ing and Bracket
is. Mo

Drawing-room and
Chain, Rockers, Smokers’ Cabi-

Rattan and
Chairs,
Oabioet, Mend

mode, Itefrizerator, Break fast, Dio-
berand Coffee Services, Glarwrre
and many other itemé of house-
hold and general utility,

The Sale to Commence at. 1 p.m,

Terms Cash Before Delivery
Refreshmente provided.

W. 8. ROBERTSON & CO. Lro.

Sana Fernendo,
Lad aad July 11.

of Furniture, -

Thursday, 8th August, 1912.

undersigned will offer for sale the

wtousehold Faraitare and Eifasts,
Ice Chest, Cupboard, Iron Table, ¥
Tables, Blinds, Towel racks, thatie,
hangers, Pillars, Chamber ware,
pipeslug Tables, Side board, Dining
‘ardrobe.

AND FOR OTHER INTERESTS :—
4 pale Thorowgbbred Tuggenberg Kids,
Opaira Pigeons, 1 leg

aod sundries as will appear,
Terma Cash
SALE



AFORD CAR FOR SALE

Mfr. J. D. SELELIER,

two new tyres for $30 Oisu.—daly



T. GEDDES GRANT

Jas; Racolvel Bx 88 Br 83. "Qcamo!

80 Drums Large Cod,
5 Ticrees HADDOCK

50 Bales HAY

90 Boues Blucnose CHEESE

1000 ttn [OLGARS & CIGARED

20 Tanks Batgers ‘Sweets wabibited, The coly CIGARS and °
100 Drums Carhi interaato ome

ii aags MOLASCUT,
" "Cotton Beed Moal
J » Oilmoal Maple Leaf

MEO mach wy say,



our riLownan,

MN
| Grey du. bans AGEL,

June Mtb. 2 ols





aa ae XY a

Ca ; Tce ae i we

uP ~~ 1 ee
ily ONE Px i



EX. &.S. “SAN MAH

— FROM —

NEWPORT NE We





receive Fornttnre a
Nints for asle atl the Lime:









3.888 tons Berwinds Standss

—Yoo



. —ALSO—
EX RECENT ARRIVAL@s
2,300 Bags No. 1 Nagra |

STEDMAN ARG

THE
OF



STE. "MADELEINE,

6



any

i



ou




Thareday



18th Juno 1912,




various kinds, Book Cases,



WHITE -
THE






Lamp¢
Ml Top Desk, OMice an
Iniog-room

Extension Diolog Table,
Table, Occaslonal Tables,
Wicker Loungiog
Heading Lamp, Chiua

ainted Fruit Ser.











THE ‘i
fe strongly made and bas gi

the best lighs

vit {ot found at you

West qi nde @

OPFICE at "
@, St Ving

PORT-OF§

YOU ARE [OsiNG MONEY iN

Mvery day .jvou Put off Wow

SCHUMACHER STOCK

It SAVESIYOU Fn FROM TO_ $3 PER ITON AS CO: 2
i FOOD. Enrichos and Increasca mr i
ee

ae Protas ts “an me nanm











Se
eases






Governument Auctioneers,









Sr. Vincent Street,
~FOR—







lostruvtions rccelved the






Made canta Pures GBagee aiid Stajeh) barter itheet th

For Sals a
Boot tith 15k OO __. nore Maem
| u

Wedding Presents | AT

A. DECLIE JF

therbest Place in the West Indies for fea a

BASOLID §=SILVER AND ELECTRO-PLATED
Watches, Clocks, Optleal Gocde, do

Mat,














a

orn Cock,
k and 2 Minorca Cocke,



RI SCOTT & SON,
Uort, Auctioneers,









ode petongmaklen ug your purchase,

68 MARINE SQUARE—(KEXT TONTHE WE

NEW GOODS JRECEIVED DY EVERY MAIL;

Dvamond Biogs|


















Machado's

Have scored GULD MEDALS ot the Gaiters awards wherever H0Re
ide Dur ye.

o the 7:2 t36 In ternational nite tes
and Modium Kiros

Teuele ct equa eet ry and aod Ogariien ary fee eookere of eat p
he Worbmdnsilp aad blending of; MACRADO'S CIGARS &

onart te exoall
B& JB ATAG on Me ‘
. llerbour Siwy








» Livingston.


















Tt aod ah hates
ihe baat ODOL, ost palatable a bepaeat

Try “Goddl, Erlce 28]. per bott
DAWLINSS § ou 816

be Pontorg
ft b



ome we bided UW Awhire, SOS

wilt bowen) 4
Océ


THE 1 .10F8PAIN GAZETTE THURSDAY AUGUST 1 1912

ae es ee es | TMM ne Ee ‘

i.

. TION.

ER



a solid subs!











fore probebly genuine, but I canaot awe:

pee. I found that all the
et ort tpn ath oral
ensity, ere there. f the stomac: a pin poin’

acl And the paien tates Pore not

nrate, Five thoutaad

that Hees u
leed ia

of the pest bacilli may be con






ofa fies.



Fire Instirance.



‘ The followtog score: tb ig ts possib’s te mak
El Dor ios the Tin doa a bine ‘Soin, Witneas then ‘etatled lhe hesitate to abet tt eke aries ad ‘
“Jobn Smith Gala Metal? vive cle S | contents of eath bottle and ier. Tha acide | & man + bites and the prague baotlee {
oJ. MacGitlvra: 8, dW. ine us and the cyanide he sald woold be used in | enters ile victitn's blood, and in forty- 1
HM, Warner oe ow. yer US | the manefactore of counterfeit coin The eight hours death may follow. eveevevesrgerrere 4
‘Thefollowing arethe prize win weak eolations are of the vature of the There it no wonder, then, that at x °, eee . fs Fs
inthemonthirconpetivone fordulg. | during necoureotheork. ‘Tie same | tee butoreniague te sorte nwmicen { | PARE RISKS ON ALL KINDS OF PROPHR- | 4
* Beelate 3 in teh shes bal ibs tte substances pind golations would nino bs and West Indian porta the authorities TIES ACCEPFED BY ‘
, thiel Bt, yale. Molenthiel” having | The dls shown bina was not a quite corn | Ce the port of New York began every : .
fam ARH NOW LANDING [*Saaseintiche On) catiuiertiecnmata|aisety' wc'reer| {LONDON ASSURANCE CORPORATI
" aentrics in tke 2ud aad 3rdclasses | yfich 1 examio Tete om | The first reports of the peat came ‘
' Piette eer | A ath et a cacmoenes | Santry Nee aan ee Lua =
at. Mr, MacGlilivray’s 03 In the record | ‘A plece of taeeal would be put nu thecon’ | One hae been subjected to w fumlyae A pyoll (gents Trinidad: \ :
score for thls season, fullowed by a UT aarti of the mould, and the conver tion which Teumeeethe Mightest poe.




















ot Mr. Warners anda 0 by
ror,

The Oocorite Itan, it
practice and competes

h- Pine Lumber
F. “DAVISON’

—AND—

Ss. “TRTM.’

~{

oO Bat,
iF C
pe *

instant,



A HEW PRINCE LINER.

On Jaly 2nd there -wea lauached on the
Tyne a steel acrow steamer of the follow
{og dimensions —Length 370 feet,
breadth, #4 feet 2 Inches, and depth
moulded, 2A feet S inches. The veanel,
which has been bullt tothe order of the
Prince Line, Limited, New Castle-on
Tyne, te designed for the carriage of

troleum and otherolle im bulk , and le

iit onthe Isherwood patent system of
longitudinal framing, end to the highest
classification of Lioyds, The steamer ts
fitted with avery complete oll pumping
installation focluding of] pampe of
large alge for working against a heavy
back pressure. Tho macbloer: whleG
has been constructed by the Wallsend
@ [ Oipway Engineering Co. Ltd, consists of
engines having cylinders, ah, 42 and 64
in, i 43 io stroke, with two boilers
working at a presaure of 190 pounds, On
leaving the waysthe vessel was named
the “ Kuselan Price”,

TORONTO'S NEW ARCH-
BISHOP.

New Fork Sun Mall and Empire
Speriat Cable,

Rome, Joly 16—Mosat Reverend Neil
MeNeli, D.D., Archbishop of Vancouver,
B.C, bas been appointed Archbishop of
Toronto.

JilaGrace the Most Rev, Neil McNel
Js the son of the late Malcolm McNeil. o
Hillsborough, Inverness, Nova Sootls.
his grandparente having come respective:
ly from Marre, Scotland, and Kilkenny,
Ireland. He wasborn at Hillsborough,
on the 2tst of November, Ini. aud was
educated atSt. Fraocts Xavier College,
Antigoniah, the College of the Props
ganda, Rome, and at the University of
Marseilles, From the latter lnstitatioa
he recetved the degreea of doctor of
philosophy aud divinity ia 1870, the sane
year in which he was ordained. ils
priesthood was conferred In the Bastlica
vf Jona Lateran, by the late Cardinal

atrisn

Dr, McNeil Joined the teaching staff of
St, Francla Xavier College, Autogonish,
Nuta dcotia, in 1880, aa vice rector, an
became rector of the inatitution in Ie
apost which he coutinued to hold ati
14. Daring thls period he wasalso the
editor of the “ Aurora” newspaper and of
the Antigonish Casket.” lo Lvl be be-
came pastor at Wert Arichat, aud subse
quently at Desoouse , and in i803 he was
elevated to the bishopric, being conse.
erated at Ninan's Cathedral, Antigonish,
He was Bishop of Noopolie and Vicar
Apostolic of dt. Geo 5 on the weet
coast. of Newfoundian rom, 1S uatit
1004, becoming Bishop of St. George's iq
tha latter year.

His _sppolatment as Archbishop dates





0, R. ALSTON & CO

re

Lumber ‘Department.

Â¥

TS



wil’s Milk Foo

I Natriment for Infants, Children and
INV ALIDS

For Sale by All the Leading Grocers and
.* Chemists at 36c per rb tin,





sae

Pp Grocer to‘ylve you a Free Sample tinand also a
7 Woke on The Care al Heeding of Infants”

WMOTHER SHOULD BE WITIOUT ONE.
we th ~ 1m, “
- 2

.



—_

OLAND





FOR

! anensfl inf frehange of the bos of Vancouver.

f we Fresh Drogs and Mevdicines, | "sence so

; Lor Choice Groceries & Wines. among the foremont atone eepect

For French Delicacies & French Bon-Boos Tene

5 FOR PER FUMERY & TOIL®? REQUISITES! LONDON ELECTRIC THEATRE.

P FOR INDIAN MEVICINAL PRODUCES, &e, &: The programme ot pictures pow
= “ Yi

NO. G HE NRY STRE ET. beng Prods ‘of awuverment te

M1 BELL AT GATE) really attractive “and should traw big

houses, The picture, *Bulidiog of «



DIAMOND
i Engagement Rings.

and fostructive, acd our budd

ergineers will especially be delight

with it The dramas Sentinels
[omance” and “Parted to meet
again,” are splendid while © Nick
Winoter" will please everybody, A
very exciting picture is the historical
drama “Tbrown before the Lions.”
The funny pictures fooluds “ ‘fhe
worm will turn” and Bobby as a
Costermonger.” There are the ususl
aod always appreciated * current
events.” \Wesre sure that the pro-
gramme will afford great amusement
and Instruction to those who attend,

~~

ALLEGED POSSESSION OF A
MOULD FOR-COUNTER-
FEITING COIN.

INPORTANE RVIDENCE BY
ENGRAVER


NEW,JDESIGNS IN °
. ets. Pendants and Brooches.

EW A TCE EHS

rg
n for
m,

fryatber permitting) on Saturday the

‘ag | #00, @ pupil of the school, and Miss Hdith

locnmotlre engine,” fs truly interesting organtaing # Football Club.
a

AN | small thatthe head of « p!




















stamped or

Jeweller having those things in his poses
eon if he electroplates.
¥ ane pon Ri’S EVIDENCE
adaree, oa
Goodhar Maraj's
wea load (the
menear Masaa yard. While 1 was carry
feat Sergeant Major Everetey betd me
nd told me towait, Arctacd was oon
fag about sixty fectbchind Ube Ser
Beant took the basket from me wes then near toe 1} toldthe
Sergeant that the basket. was belonging
toa the accused waeo said nothing, a
Sergeant took thea basket toa rumsbop.
ooueed went with hin. After thatthe
Sergeant brought the basket to the station.
HOW THE £ ECHUC MATTERY Was

Sergeant Alexander corroborated the
evidence giren by Sergeant Major Lvere
hey adding that from something he learn
ed he went to one Feretra who handed
him anelectric battery accused had ieft
with him. .
NOW FEREIRAGOT THE BATTERY,

Canda Ferctra, sald [ work at Reis’
freee The accused camo there on the
th of July and asked me to keep a pat.
cel forbim, Ehanded that same parcel
to Sergeant Alexander the same day, It
was wre) in brown Peres o
ACCUS INTERVIEWS “AN EN

GRAVER

Mr. Maoroe Bornn, Jeweller, anid I au
also anengraver. I hase seen the accused
before at my place of business In Queeo
Btreet, two or three weeks BF He asked
me if I was aaengrarer and if I could do
a job forhim. lc eaid said i¢ wasa par
tloular Job and asked if 1 could engrave
onateel, Itoid himyos, He then very.
cautiously sald—I do not remember the
very word he used--It Is something 1
would not Iiketo be kaown, and faa "
that it wasaatamp for making cola,
retused, he pressed me, and | told him it
was no use. ile then tried to tind
ovt from mie as ta the transfering of tho
design of the coin. Utold him that he
would have to fiod that out for bimself,
He still pressed dnd oftered topay me
“very handsomely. I told bimthat I did
not want such money and that [t was en
tlrely useless totry that gameon me He
sald { weed uot be afrnid that nobody
would know [t, and I safd, I would know
it and that fe sufficlent. The accused then:
Went away

This closed the prosecution.

DEFENCE HESKRVED,

The accused having been formally cau
tloned Mr. Johnston elected to reserve
bin defence for tha higher coart and asked
that accused's sister be accepted as
surety.

The Police again refused and accused
reas in custody with ball Axed in

hotel,
ket) to carry,

ee 8

SAN FERNANDO NEWS,

(Froma Correspondent.

CONCERT.

Agrand variety concert will be held on
Friday night Yad August at St. Pauls
School under the patronage of Rey Canon
W..S, Doorly. ter Juilus A. Mathis

Daalel are the promoters,

Yesterday three Galliciaa. oll-driliers
landed st Sau Fernando 6a ruute to Palo
Seco oll-feld, where work has begun In
full awleg,

FOOTBALL,
Aweeting- has been convened, fat the
inatance of Air. RJ. Mitchell of Messrs

Tensante Agancy,) to be held at the
Catbolio Boys’ School with the object of

a

ei Open

Grim War Upon Pulex
Cheopis,

RAT-FLEA CARRIES HORRORS
OF BUBONIC PLACUE.

CANT PASS QUARANTINE.

OROUS INSPROTION THERE
ROOT EGUANDS NATION,

We take the following from the
Eveniug San of the 15th instant .—-

jonagtoe an object shaped just like a
quioine capaule, but so wicroscupically
nm wou

Id 5000 adch objects, Imagine
oltiann tesimal capsule entering tbe

CERIN being and there re-
iu DOWLAT CHANKERSING, THE AC | blood of a human me othat
es From $1.00}, Upwards} CUED, OOMMITIND to itz Proce Id betbtet a in







—_—

The preliminary hearing was concluded

sS- at tbe. iy Poliog Court, rertarday, of tbe

case io which Serxt.-Major versley,

charged Dowlat Chaokersing with the
uplawful

MOKET KNIVES; RAZOR
SHAVING BRUSHES 7

NALR BRUSHES.
TOOTH BRUSHIS

OR SMOKERS :

HE £, PIPE,

THE BEST PIPE ON THEGMARKET

Venesuelan coin.
Mr. Gaston Johneton eppeared for the
accused. Lospector Wilson conducted the

roarcetion,
P Compleloant fa

+

ern Te

supplementing bts
evidence given at a previous hearing said,
1 now produce thq Mle mentioned sop g
ihe oxhibite, On the same dey I arrest
thesocased I went to San Hafeel where
the acoused lived.
warrant to search his house for articies
used ia coanterfelting. § made a search
with Sergeant Alexander, Accuseds
wife and brother in law were present dur
in; the search, oe feand, four Mesias
silver colne (produ one pleces o!
old pasion, & plece of Dalal plece of
tiafoll paper, a small Hie, which d
fiad now, a dmall scale, ike one ased b:
feuetersy two crucibles, a ledger, whic’
do pot produce, two pieces of mod





he above are some of the NEW
GOODS just received by

Havidson. and ‘Todd.

| THE ARUADD.

tea coatalaiog liquid and what I
thought to be # counterfeit abilling, tut
which I now understand ls @ good one,
1 Wook all the colas,
with quid to the government epalyst o4
the tlad July, Lreevired them back oa

the Bib PENT BYIDENCE,
Mr, Herbert

examined them J retarned thes te b!m
ou the ahh Jaly These artiica consiast
of fedr Metican dotiacs, three dated la
acd one 1: one Venezuelan cola, dated

aud jars of varlous phepes and slses

4

mG BA tn

sion of a puould bearlag , inflamed
the lm: rint ofa aan rea Ue

I was anned with 4 | fearful diseaso kaovwn as the bubonic

cannot | year,

and the eleven bottles | Meh.

Shrewabvary, Aasistant | don the western Pe
Goveromest Analyst, said, ou Lhe Zod of { ailowad to go free of the savages “ef
July, L revelved cortala articles from Ser- | the bubusic a:

geant Major Eversiey, and after having | nave suff

eo glande ofthe body
piannafares being known asthe bubo.
The swollen glands sre movt easly
eoenat the base of the neck, at the arm
e grata, ey areas larg
pe one iat aud red, tender
w the touch, T be eufferee
je racked with » high fever and vioien
i Ute head aches terribly. ie
has palneto bis back and Jimba, He
reels and falls prostsate on his bed and
in two days frou the time the thay
capsule entered hie blood he is dead.
‘Buch fe the horsible awiftuess of the

and pals

league. The iofinitesinal germ which
Paioes it is the Baccillue pestle.
Stricken with a diseacve the nature of
which no one understood, 10,00

tune died tan singte day In Cun-
stactinople 1.40 yeara azo. inaslogle
thet of 10Uitio, perevus
in Loudon from the same
pereon In every
jalion, and in

pesished
iysterious plague, one
eeveo of theciiy s popu

f, seretal letters aod Lille, eleven | thy fourtenth century the terrible

which é¢ knew only se “the
Eiete Peace ene down 25,000,000
womes and children, ova quarter
ofthe entire population of rope,
Thetiny germ which bo eye can se
bas bat i fut toll ot merely: I
the gree ue jane
Hat slace & dieaus ef Jon.

lodla and Chine

ne,
Â¥ It bas

in recent years,
been oaly within the Tass twent
yeare that elence hes weny

what caused the mysterious rala of

MPL, one shilling dated 0007, eleven bot | Gupte ojo plague i carried ba just

<

Bpon It would jear
the Tnpresaion of both nites of the colt.

The Jar prodaced is an electrie battery | and itecarrier, tho ship rat, is a wa
veed ia elretrepiatts ° which dares ‘notaliow a” moment's . °
CROSS-EX AMINED, truce, The eafety of millions depesd No. 2,)Broadway,

Cortain jewellers slectroplate, but not
all. There ia nothing extraonlinary ina

Tam a porterand ilve in
Acouet gave
Ife gave

Ahe@ samples taken fron the bodies


























































aibilty of dangec from the plague,
The war on Pulex cheopie, the rat thea,

TENNANT'S AGENCY,




upen it.

As each ship from foreign pols
comes up the Narrows & launch pute
out from Quarantine aud the incomin,;
vessel slows dgwn while tha healife
oficer boards bern The passengers
and crew have been sevembled for
inepection and one by one they pas
before the kien glance of the Quarar-
tlne doctor, Health Ofiicer of the Pot
Joseph J O'Ovanetl or bie assistante,
De, Donnelly or Dr, Mattbewes,

If there are no contagious diseases |
on board, the vessel is passed through
and allowed to proceed to hee ducks,
But If she has touched at any of the
Bouth Ame irau oe Weet fndian ports
where cases of plague hare been rj er
ed she je ordered lo be famigats |
whetherehe hae any ack sboud 1
bot. Quer ntiine wants to pee ba
tale, and the ship basta pay the cost |
of fumigating. ‘

The futuigation Se carried on afier
the passengers have disembarked. Dr.
OOonnell's secretary, J. A, Heifernan,
eende the Hutte Jaunch Mary Louse,
named after the doctor's little daugh-
ter, flylog up the bay to where the
ehip Hea at anchor. ‘Tbe Mary Louise
eariies four or five barrela of aulphur
anda jot of irow fumigating pane,
soe two feet in diameter,

Atrived on board, ber crew gets
busy at once. The furuigating pans
are distributed in the bold of the ship,
the men who go down weating rubber
boots and rubber gloves to protect
them from the danger of flea bites
The fumigating pans are double, the
sulphue belng placed in the upper one
drenched with wood alcohel to start
it burning, and ihe lower one cons
taining water so thatthe fuinea may
be carried in vapor,

Forty ponnds of sulphur ia sufficient
Lofunf{gateeath onethousaad cubiefeet
of spacein thé ship's buld, though ta
actual practice much more than this
amountis burned. When the sulphur
has been set on fre the ship's hatches
are closed and the fumigation con
\fnues forfour hours, Then the hathes
are reopened acd as soon asthe fumes
have cleated away the men go down
to get Lhe rate which have bpen killed.
The descent into the hold is the most
unpleasant partof the work, for the
heat is intense and the odor of sulphur
sickening.

From some ships as many as 150
rata are taken, in otbers only one or |.
two are found. The Mary Louise
takes tbem all back to Quarantine and
there they are turned over te the
laboratory workers for investigation.
De EK. C. Baldwin, a sclentie: of
repute, fe fo charge of thie most impor-
tant work, Ifis aeeistacts take the
rate, soak then: jo kerosine, pln them
down on their backs on, boards, place
them in pans of carbollé acid solution
and diseect them under his supervision
If the autopsy upon the rat discloses
any symptoms of disease In the rat's
Internal organa samples of the eus-
pected parts are placed on microscope
shidesand examined carefully, Sofar
tbere have been no rate found that
have had agy of the plague bacilli, but
the investigations proceed with no
less painstaking care, Ureat care is
taken Lo examine freshly killed rate
only, aa when decomposition seta in



eel



ee he

Q'
a
JUSP LANDED PER SS © MARACAS"

All FOREDORE 1912-MODELS

_ Onowith hhvki top a perfect be
thing for the (ropies.
sm =“VFor [nformition Phos, call or weite to

Y. DE LIMA & CO.

NO. 23 FREDERICK STREET.

tity, very cuol tha rig’t



Pproved Parttes,

Salt on TERMS to fl



H. STRONG,

THE PIANO WAREHOUSE.

MANDOLINES.
ACCORDEONS.
CLARIONE TS.
PICCOLOS. .
VIOLINCELLOS.
CONCERTINOS.

BANJOS GUITARS
QUATROS VIOLINS
FLUTES BUGLES:

a nif iil testo, hen.

=" cultures’ they are called techuleaily
=will be so overgrown with other
organisms that [t will be impossitie
to isolate the peat bacillus sbould it be
present,
In Isboratury etperiments ft has
been demonstrated that the bubonle
plague bacillus may, be killed in baif
an bour by a températare of 170 de-
reee Fahrenheit, or ina few tuloutes
fy a temperature of 212degrees(steain)
A solution of 1 per cent, carbolic acid
billethe getmin an hour and It dies
when exposed to the ordinary teme
perature of a room [a four dave.
The plague bacillus ae seen under the
laboratory microscopels found {n small
round, pale, glistening colonies, The
fadividual bachilue is from J) to two
olcromillimetrestong and from o10

mom

Alt



DIS ER [DISCOVERY]
¥O ¥ oN N D AY, ! :

Victor. | July ath,

A vacation that
lasts all year

PSEvIeC RL

to T-100f & micrcolilimeter broad. A
half millig’’ of them vould easily be CoV
placedon the head of a pla, They

reveroble very nich in appearance
the colon bacillus the commoy inhad
jtantof the fotestines of man. They
bre usually veen single, but sometimes
Joined end to endin pairs or threes,
then Jooking hike the Jinke of sausage.
When treated with a solution of catbo-
fuchsia they become datk ateach ead
with aclear belt around the middle.

Three eclentists, Yersin, Kitasato
and Aoyame, etniullaneously diecar-
ered in 13801, duriog the epldemle of
ples at Hongkong, that an abli

sabidinad 2

la gue serum might be prepared fiom
be plague becillus.





GOOD SECURITY.

“Mister, do you lead
asked an carat young vole at the

dor.

The lawyer turned away from hiv desk,
ponfren' a clear cyed Pe i dressed
lad of seven years, and studied hia

tuouey here!
rig

When your tho ighis turn
toward recreation atl pleas
ure, don toverlool th Victor.

keenly for a walnuts : “~nmetimes we du— &
ou aud security . ube Tht OH ‘ . ’
be litle fellaw vupluined that he had « lus asource oho aud deli rhe

chamos “to buy oul a boy thats cryin
papers” Hw had half th: money require!
% be needud to burcuw the other 15
conta,
. Whee security can you offer | asked
jawyer
No 5 tyown band seugiet ble
pockap ond drew vil # paper cagefully
joked Ye wae ew cheaply puted pledge
eyelet the use uf intoxicating, li juor
As ctfully a6 though at baw been
the deed to a fara: the lawyer caaiutied
i secepied 11 aud handed over the i

qatr im
oa: who hui watched the (rans
with eluent auusement isuglieod a
barruwer de
+ Yeu ‘think [ huuw eething uteul
evsiled the lawyer, fo ku w
t be cau nianfelty in whet ts
qappuss! pon Lusiness War cect ft
to wegotiate alutn Phun thet he
peoe Bude youl influsuw, us te wuull

and refreshes you wath its \.calth
Of tuusic and entertainment —

summer time, winter time, all the ume:

Come in an! hear the newest Victor mune,
No obligation, but if you decufe to buy we'lt
arrange terms to sunt,

Enmjcy it whilo
You Pay for It.

las




























Tr pa. VOL, XXXI
ATEPHENS,/GLENDINNING’S
‘gear’ pun.| BOOT DEPMT.

Just opened up a Pretty and
__, velect Assortmont of

THE! SWIFAN’ BRAND
Footwear For Ladies!

Recelved Another
ye of our Famed. pte

COOKED HAMS
HAMS 48c. per Ib
" 60. »

gait our Customers who
t wish a large HAM we

some packed in sizes
3to blbs which we are



: at tho same price. LADIES BLACK GLACE CkOS3 BAR BHOKS- TocbJXV Iles, , 82,00
wae ” COMFORT COURT SHOES, Rabber Heels , gio

Fs QReFPMALIAN SMOKED I ° OREY GLACE KID GIBSON TIE SHOKS, Coban Heels .., . 7 300
” PATENT LEATHER CROMWELL, wih large Silver Beokle =... 3.03

Bema ase rer |S AU gear eae
ae —Sivor Bor
+ Re " PATENT LEATHER COURT SHOES, Gold Backle, Cabin Heels $00
ee een ei tet ovine med
eels, American Baws 2.00
ers oR CAMUS| % Black SUEDE COUIET SHOES —Silver buckle, Unban Heel rs 20)



In Large Tins, : BLAGK Cee OORT OGORS Bier ee teas tt
we en $3.50. °
“ ww = B00
on ow 2.00
i sdvsaansima {LOO above is only a small Portion of
er 486 per I this Pretty Lot of
} EMOLISH BACK BACON
PWrisics = ee CHOICE FOOTWEAR.
SP NOKLED TRIPE—120. Ib ne



Wo Invite Your tnspcction,

J GLENDIN NING & CQ
PHOENIX

WAITISH BUTTER
lay fer Step hena Jutd.

: ‘in tha the Best deat & andary
per I” din.





; WANTS FOR
PALEERITED WIRES

Â¥ Alessadrin .. 050 par bot,



ney Loos), ||, A SsSwrRmoce Coa., Bid,

cs OF LONDON.

; 6 Leadiny

S&S etre, | BSTABLISHED 1782.
{ ANOKS olfected against ainst Loss by! by Fira on 6 di tt t
Fa LTD., | rsseesvors pte sein to tr SoHE
ra The Stores, on the most svourable terms.
a The ZHOBNIXS {sone of thecoldest sat waste Oxozss Jo existenc
; mmewet) mmm an ies Branchos sod Agencies = tbroughout the world,

pt an

A ITR ¥
— 177, 178 & 225, Ageat TrinidedOWlee B Ue oacee
——————=— ——

| |The Dawn Has Passed

THE MOTORING PUBLIC OF TRINIDAD

NOW LIVE IN THE AGE OF

THE UNITED MOTOR ENGINEERING CO.





—

“BKIPPER*
Ronis ote SARDINES,



AROLLINA Iie WATER

5 i—.——

’ “ ”

wa Fe MEPPES, Garage: 40, South Quay.
EOIOIR EER, °PEONWH : - - - 645.

ALE.
BANE “TOW TONIC WATER, July 2lat.-—Im.







Qe me

oa



Cues Biges ALE,
FROIT AY KUPS,
he « Fo Bis BIsQUITS,
ALMOND Bee

TES,
MUSSATELCWAIBINS,







a

wos
x

sent

sas+ \appesses

seo.

Â¥,

Rapyer oy = sera
2
2

BE deem mre BeBe Bases

€ ra eae
alana 2

ae saveseacf,

Aw. Se FOR Tanabe =
‘ WS. ROBERTSON GCO.V2
3 6.) SAN FERNANDO.





Tet GROCERIES, eupplies «

CANNING f& CO. Frederick Street.





TRINIDAD TuURSDAY AUGUST LUGUST 1 1912 1912

TRINIBED Fi FIRE IRE LNSUBERCE til anat

(vrei a ct ”CO-OPERA TIVE.)

ama, Ohmocom S2areet
TELEPHONED No, 2

TRIENNIAL SCIP AND AN
ASIL DIVIDEN bs. NUAL

[OLDERS of Pellet off thisjOom-
pany entitied ® Sarin may now
apply atthe Gornreay: ce tor their

Yor Gree tivolal Sorip tevued ¢

‘or Brat U rl javue or
Policles dated i ?

For second triennial Scrip tesued for
Policies dated 10u5,

The Annual Useh Dividends of 5 pec
cent declared as on Stat December
1913, on first and second scrip for
Policies dated 1004 and 1905 and on
Gicst scrip for Policies dated 2008; 1907
and 1008 are also ready for distribution,

A THISON,
Beoceetary and;Treseurer,
Port of Spain,
March 22nd 1912,

SAM LEE’S
FIRST CLASS
LMUNDRY,
No. 655, FREDERICK STREET,

And Ao. 80 TRAGARETE ROAD
PURT-OF-SPAIN,

Bhirte om 10 cts, each,
Jackets (Tweeds) .. “ oe
Pants o . a wo
Jacketssiky low Ft
dacketa(Dri ) ae 20 ”

tes woe of
Panta (Sik) ow ow
Jackets Flannel) : Wve “
Pants Aw
Wautcoate (Paved) Ww
Weaistcoate (pu) ove we
Waistcoats Ditior White S 4.
Collars. oe Ze "
Caffe oe 4 perp’
Merinos din pach
Drawers. woe ~~ hee
Handkerchlefs .. lise os
ocks ves ” 2 4. perp’
Tiles . . 1 4 ac
Towels (According to Bize).

Counterpanes According to Size)
N.B.—Uther artigies charged accord.
tog to size sod qualit
Ladies’ Clotbes will also be done up at
this Laundry, Vrices when clothes
are brought la.—July lGth—-Im

| BRUNSWICK ice

JUST TO HA
FRESH AND NICHT !

Another = Zot

Pickled Honoy Comb Tripe
AT 126, PER LB, '
Rounds Ox TONG! Gorred BEEP- ae pr lb,

Piekkd OX T te
Pid TONGUES i an



Choice SALT Deel 420

SALTSAUSAGE , 20, 8

Mortadella » ... + AZ ie nc
PURE ~ LARD,

bib Tios,
La HACIENDA _LARD— Sun, TINS.

CADBURY'S Mined ( Chocolates i ib
w Chocolate Alinonds=1, ri tes

. Bosrvevills “Amarted pide .
Tloune.. dda

o «=—-s Phage Nat Mulk Cooorates—
de Bare—24e.

. ' mB ee

ow o ” e Lovg iy.
” o Milk crete rele 40
” ib eke 120
” — Hooraerille'Uecoa, bib & Ub,

u

OO DH —Neatle's Mil, Bengers
Neaves’, A. & Handbry's, Phorpbs
tloe Falieres,

For fofacte ord Tavellits make your
choice~All Good 1

Plcase ‘PHONE ‘aa.
M. W. COODING.



"PHONE 297.
FUNERALS

FULLY FURNISHED.
u LOWEST PRICES,

PHONE 20%




Carriages

Balle, Shoppl
yore rine oe) te ie a

63. Abercronsbie Street.

Tn Marine Square

f the above can Le obtained from Mesers Hinamelware, eo Pails
ur

GREAT BIG VALUES.

YESILVA’S| PITRE INSURANCE GO.;

DAILY ONE PENNY

Great Big Shipment) ox. a ROAR

DR. ©. F. CLARKE
—or—

MARVELLOUS VALUES

Surgeon D tist, Office 07
NOW OPENING AT

Skeoch & Co.’s.

DRESS STUFFS, ZEPHYRS.
limbroideries, lmbroideries.

10 CASES, ALL PRICES & WIDMHS AT
Mai Boguiar Price,

20 BADLHS
6 & 8 CENTS PURE FINISH COTTON.

—COME TO-—

SKEOCH & CO.

12, Frederick Street,

~FoR-

























Me
Polen Be? All Mancherol Uproda Upsodite
DENTISTRY practiced on moders

—~"Gontistrye —

DR. A. MARQUEZ
Oca Bh Frederick Street.

Bar aod Bridge work. Tortus moder,
ata, Punctaality and satisfaction gasr-
ac‘oed fa all branches—7elevhone 68

MR. JOSEPH LINDSAY

GOVT. ASSISTANT VET-SURGEON

B*ss to loform the publio aod his
customers that he has removed

to lower down Carlos Street, No, 11,
the6th house from the seaside, Sta Lies
for ick animals asusual, June 1fth

Tearn to Play the Violin.

UL persons ‘Toteroated ta the Violia.
ther beglauers cr advanced
ite desirous of advancing thelr
ies a olfered the facility of a0
NM. ALEXANDER, Proctpal

of t ae odern Violin Nechool, No.

t
aod duet For tire and second violia,
grand studles from Paganini, Mazaa,
lard, Htumenstengel, Aladys Prune,
Uronl, Kruger and Danglat-- Terms
woderate. rom 6 to § p.m.
duly Hth—Im.

NOTICE.
re pablo te herely cantloned agalaat
bsal ‘ian Movgsts be bavieg lofs
my boare during thie mo

ontb.
SECILIA MODEST,
Erlo, Jely 1Sib—1o,

FOR SATB

— BY

"IscOTT, BOYD & 60.

EX RECENT ARRIVALS.



GOVGANEAT NOUIGES

NOTICE,

HE EXANINATION for the admis-
sion of Swora Surveyors usually
held on the third Monday in August
fe, with the sanction of file Hroallency
the Governor, tponed to a date

area later, due aotice of ablekewitl

ety " ROBERT KERNATIAN.

Acting HO.8,

12th July, 1912,

Govannassr House,
Jaly, 2032,

I 18 EXCELLNCY GY THE GOYERNOR
bas been | leased to approve “ihe cio
in actraitoat phat pation of the Arcos
vee A Road, elevated
bet aen Mae Jaoetion of Providesos Nain
I & Lee Cotecaxr Village and the
Uaroure Local Road at Woodlaade, from
Mh Jay to Tb September, wis, ie
sider that ibe old beick calvert at 3rd
Mile way bereballt, All tratis to pare
way of Cullodes [wat Road betwoan
Sorel ani Les Cote ut Villegra
Dy Command





a

400 Baskets PLAGNIOL OIL.
50°Casos*SA RDINES-——22 1/m.

200 Cases BALMON—“ Clarion”
100 Cases SALMON Cable.”

—AND—

500 Bags No. 1 NAGIA RICE.
—ALSO~-

800 Bags OILMEAL - Maple Leaf.”



Tolophonoe 132,

ee

W. C. ROSS & CQ,, °

Colonial * Disponsary. -
(Established 1857).
THE FRESHEST. AND PUR EST CHEMICALS
ALWAYS IN STOCI

Poysleians Preacriptions are ceurscaly comp panded ya
Quahfed Dispeanag Usensiate, _ te Nighe veil, Queen bireet,

6, Broadway.

eee



#, W. Kyacas,
Colonia! Kecrotery,

UsB®EY, Ross’ 3 POWMADE A: ANTIGEPTIQUE—The Celebrated Shin *
Bucoesa— Is., 3/6 and

WE HAVE BEEN APPOINTED AGENTS

—FOR THE—
AACHEN & MUNICH



on Guardsy,
ancusl over eatis
{o ta accordance wi
toe te

tod relay ip,
the fol

their moorlags in te Gots
from

obarted of epproved postions af!
buoys and scoriogs w!

materiale to be furalshed by the

OF AACHEN,

e work ina satlals

And solicit business for Them.



ore.
A we of the bue
he etslacd

‘ed ty the sppllcast tor Ihe contract,

Agents. a Gretsmeat dew ote tind fteek
eeeept be lowes! of an
70. SOUTH QUA Z UTR uce,

al wish wearer ary © Ye

‘Phen S10 wh duly We

Ds, H.W. LYNCH

Gite Madslist aed Dew Per ee iz.

ciples au Povalar prices —Phone 53 —. 7

tout credit {in my neme) to my hom

ANNUAL OVERHAULING OF

BSPECIVICIATION O Doni WORK TO BB

r ENDERS will bs Teortved sithe Colo
} Secretary's Oftice, ap to toon

Slat Suauet, Ser the
“ To life ood examiue all en ud
Poe

Mouth, Le cloding th the oye on Da .
ow ter a>
mood sad Woif Kooks and those
mas bing the channel to the Ht Vin

cont Jot!
2 Tor reley at the sald buoys to bate

sloaning and panting, replactsg tbe
neces

a. Bueps and moorings, paint and other

@oment,
4, The, contractor bo sapply a sultatle
hier fer this service with sll ap-
ances and Jaboar for completing
olory masser,
6 Toe Use allowed for this work to te
months irom 16th an

jnloswallom require

Ross Bazaer Salo|Wessols Bros, & Von hontard, eaeer



!
!
| - oo |
6 THK PORTOFSPAIN GAZETTE THURSDAY AUGUST 1 1912

raviem tegen, cw and coconuts, ONOINANCKS P -KSHD. read

SS ; HISONO RH va
: ho If was only furthatinaa mah [had Geen duc tn a fannee between Tye follawing ordivances were Teed.
@ pager wae thenolyoue to binely | what ha called their catinated surplus | a socond time, and haviog pe be
ttbeuk! be the onetn bear hs bret | balance ead what he rallied the re | through their remalaing stages
‘ * of any loss they night sustain That | eetve balance, He was told that be) came law, . Quar,
was why he waa only too pleased | vas the first Governor who hed intro: | An Ordinagce to amend the t

tosupport the amendment of hie] duced that system, and therefore be | antine Ordinane, 1010,

c












LEONARD'S NERVE AND ‘Bowe|
LINIMENT

ERADICATES DREPLY SEATED PAING
' PRICH 1:

O62 100 46-—ee

LEONARD'S MANDRAKE PILL

A reliable preparation for fall di a
the Liver prel C “omen t i

PRICH 1




wow ee 8 IY eee ne + Powe
. henoamble filend Mr, Alcarer. lle] was responsible fon tha An Ordinance to amend the Dog
did not for one moment tmagine that | had eneued, te" believed that ite (Mazglivg) Urdinance, 111 (No, 20)
the Amerteans were going wo retallate, | view of the Anancial paticy war the | Un Ordinatice relating to the {spore
t

Temporary Alteration of the Itinorary of the s.s. | iatrercrarsech s thea "ae not |covest ons, bul foe’ dhnushi it the | ation gf Dore sajourned to Octo
“Naparima” and tho ss. “Paria.”

were before with your Lest customer | (6 would lead nen; that It | bee when the Inaugural session takes
(laughter) Hitherto, America had | wae looorrect, Paoanie te think Gover | place, tb
taken most of thelr cocoa and coco: | nortoalled a reserre fund, was quite] Mr. Thoroton on bebalf of tbe
nate about &3 percent of tha former | diatinet from a surplus balance, and j usolicials, wished Hie ircellency &
and 80 of the latter and although she | the Becretary of Ftate had sald that | pleasant holiday daring | his absence
would continue to take tuem along | they inucg tint decrease their reserve | fromthe colouy, and the Oouat
= acltwuited her(and perhave if they | fund below @ ‘certain awouot. The | then rose,
. did not offend her abe woud be willing other slay, he had been accused 8 en __ EY
. . take them longer & was very | print for havin He ha
HESS. “ Naparima" is to bodocked ou Wednesday 3st erident, that if “ahe felt. hereelf | secerbetore botu called an taaggerator TRINIDAD. Cont
. . tai offended, althoug' she cou nol a life, and h ak be ba « the Sapreme mrt.
MP July, and until she resuuncS monng the itinerary , (San retaliate in @ direst way, she might | given the ah pe dhl met thie Fite that | Intha taster of the Betate of Wi liam
Fernando to Cedrgs) will be perforised by the 8.8. Paria” | do so indirectly Me thereforo | had not ‘been fustitied. lie could 1) vit Akow late of Be, James
I itl tl f YH ing It erations — though: it was = . show figures and ‘fact that the trade Vilt:ga in the Ward of Mucerepo in
alone with (he following alle FALSE POLICY ofthe colony had advanced, and he th [elem {of Trinidad, Shopkeeper—
torun the risk of falling out with | was uatined in saving, deepite the Decewed.
Amestos, He had nota word to say | check they had had th « year, that the

= againet reefprocity in general. Ile | general prospects were auftirient to pusBtto NoTICi te hereby given that
aria waa @ fiem believer in itas well as inf warrant their giving preference to app icstinn hes been mida tome by
a a ee.” the in/perial idea, and he = batieved it | Conada without imposing extra taza: ] Kwelia akow sometimes eciied Amelia
® . ‘

was quite prasitie for nationsto join | tien He could nov ask tha Council to | Akow of St, James Village fa the
together and to gain a certain amount { accept Mr. Sloazarea amentment tle | wards f Macnacapo for a grant of Probats
of strength and be resnected by | thought the Director of Public Works | of the last Wi Tand Testament of the sald
others, Butafter all, way should {whore support Of the amendinent | Willer David Akow deted the eisth day
they not have walted until” Kngland | in the cleonunstances was a very | of August Ooe thousend nloe bondred
set Luem the good ezarople, and then | natural one) wae under tho fear that | and eleven deceased who died on] the
they should have been only too |} his vote for publio works would be cut | tenth day of Aagzus: 1931 bevlog at the
pleased to follow her lead * It waa | down, and like «a @owning nian, he | t meof bie death a fixed place of abode in
qrseible that the Unionist Morera | would catch ata very atraw (laujhler) | the eald St, James Vilege, The eatd
went would be ju power within a] Re did not blame bin at ait for | Kmelia Atow somatlees called Amelia
1040 am, , year, and it was known thatthe | supporting theanendment, He did uot [| Akow being the sole Execattix ntumed ia

Guapo ‘ LB : sery first thing they pronleed was io | think It wae fairtotake Teitish Guiana | the anid Wil,

Cap de Ville x? 12.13 pow. , . tring io tariff reform. If, Trinidad | ave guide, sho produce’ peac feally Aud No ice Is also given thet Sf no
} rols + - » a 124 ‘oe was on schedule D, aod only waited nothing butsugar and as she was | caveat is lodged before tha expiration of
‘ Gravville Bay som Ly . ‘ for three years. it was possib’e that poins to getall the benefit on that | twesty eight daya from the date of the
Cedroe india oe QUE they would then get not only reci | industry, the sugar plantations very | webtication of this Notisethe Court wil
procity from Oanada but alea from | generously offered to bear the whole | procecd to leane Probate to the anid Emeli
the Mother Country, [bt was said j lows. Bunt hethought that Tilnidad |] Akow sometimes callei Amslis Akos

THURSDAY, AUGUST 1 THURSDAY, AUGUST 1, | that because they “objected to the | asa whole should face the position | scordiagly.











¢
Â¥



PARS Pharmacy, Belmont, The Favourite Phin
macg—opposite Wash house Bridge,







. WEDNESDAY, JULY (31.
roy aw

ban Fernando dep. 9.25 a.m (after
attival of trrain)
La Bies-Brighton de}.

.



- —————
THE BARBADOS

MUTUAL LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIEN

Various Syatemm of XwMauranos,

Waorg Lirg Assunance=By premium payable tor whole of Hite,
Do. for a limited number of
E vow MENT Amor ances Payable at a fired date or on previous yun
ont Lirg ASscRNNCE —Pajable tothe suceiserof two persons On the death of sity’














Tcacns . arr, ne UO gs .

sD ee te Te ANDERS, . and not throw.it oa one particular Dated this lat day of Jal. 1912,



















































fadistiy Ithad } id that the Red.) T. A. THOMPSON, ‘Tenm AssURANCE ~Suitable aa security for temporary loeng
— loncos oe dep. aw au. andy were not poet to. the man in’ the street, who. boutbt his Cat) Regie tere Awrormeaness arrangementa anaulty ta the wits on the 4 Bd bint
ry) « ‘ ,) . er — won the
| Ban Pernande den “200 poi (iranvitie Bay we Ss " tedeny. and bewent eo far as i eay sta direct benefit? tack ould not FRINIDAD, Cort of Trinkded aod Curcona Evpow Menta. —Usetal aa. pros islon for education, oath of the .
ae a 4 1 ow . ml
, (after arrival of trata) Uap de Ville eve that even the cocoa planters who hed | ment. ie was not a retailer, and did | |" “® SePreme, ee et fe MLANA Tivloge ihe advantage of low premiums duclag the catiy fossa
La Brea Brighton dep, 313 ws Guapo ‘so Beat ayifered three or four bad years, if | not understand enough of ft tobe | we, 165 of 1012, Y Years of azpuraan,
Guapo... ee "fo Brightoo—La bree “ogy * Kogland wanted £20,008) or £23,010 | able to say whether that wasright or Between” i
Cepde Vite Sow A | San Feroando "alr, “.. 104 2, | ePcrite amonget theinacltos and get | ATieiidde epocted bewwever that Lionel Plechie—Plaintit They are uo Shargolders. All tho Prodts belong tojths Pally pdggh
. Urearitle Bay ae (sonnecting with tbe train) 4 jt and sent to her. (protonged ap | mate money ou’ ofa thing, it would | Oe avis Thomas ant he Adwlulsirator —
' Cedros ” oma . . APoctty op plause) . +be bound toga later on to the benefit General—D fendanty = Bonuect given onthe Compoird Bonus Sys sa. Last Honus {1019) 9 ove ewe
i ene “an Dota t FRIDAY, AUGUST 2. THE COLLECTOI REPLIES. | | of the general conaimer, The otber PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby gives that For farther Infor tion SP Ht Am ut—05, Maria Sq =
— ‘ tare aous pointe had. been 80 fully aueation SE, of ONTINENT . nt actlon hve been commenced | by L. Bb BONYUN & CO.—Axents, Saa Feraaado® Portal fu,
, dealt with, that bis ooly reason for | of the position Telaidad held in cela | LN8 Willel Mery. Grontern whe died
° loses we dep, ne GAD wy | saying anythlog more was to refer to |-tion thereto, They were told that | oa the 25th Juce 1010 at the Tusa of = ==
“ Uedros ere BM Lk paint raised by Mr. Alcaz yr end the [bere was no sentiment Ia the reto | port of Spain ia thle Yslend auguiast the
ranville Ba . eting Di rz, | lution, an a *vAS pur 8 OU T
a . rote 7 . wo «2M . the estimated losa of revenue under | husinese matter, He cbuld ¥ not abore named | Defendants claiming 8 LAB RERS WAN ED.
. : Cop de Ville.- 6. A) gf the agreement. Ils firet estimate | accept that, He fully shared the) stery Cleghore deceased ia soleaia form
: CO a a ee ee te et te Cauada, ead | ec ably cepressed by the Solicl: | of law, the sald witt bearing date the 2iib
> rightoneds Ta . w mele 0! a ir eneral an Te rence ou p
Ben Feemado TA ccgGtitl “S| Uefore recent ny dosuraciane, | the sublet, “There was, unre than | Wvirenet dova fe td fr Sadsy | Crepong' Carriage Factery {
fsounecting wit Tale, is altention was subs: usiness in @ wae proud of the
| teibeeror antec | gallon afin Sonal Rts Yate | PHRMA pera a mo Factery
1 . ten « aver e estim AL east Indies atthe present woment wn. x
~ SATURDAY, A UGUSsT 3. SA'TURDAY ’ AUGUST 3. which waa a difference of £1,00) with and he thought kt ‘vould, be an irre- EDWARD OR cert. TRAGARETE ROAD . ome B:
‘ . ed “Te 22 Leer ee Chemise oY ‘Commerce parable dainare, to the colouy, and Fomerset Hoase,
. — 5, ok By 1, reo +f rainin name
i ‘ Geacot e Ibay *P 3 Fd hm wheh as atrived at through a €) per | they threw pat the. resolution (Aear 23 Bt. Viecens Street, The ** Singer'* Is a Friend In Nod %
t Ban Fernando, f dep. in. 8H am | Trois oe on «6S, cent: entimate of Canadian Nour arriy- hear, {twas to Trinidad to, which iis Si _ + Whenever there te quick sewing to $b d es ate]
! i of tisin . 2 4 . in n Trin via New York,— was [| the -ecreta State t do when . . y lone, wheneves
” 1 is Bifghten Nee. 1049s dap de ville one ERT atolutely weong Ile submitted take thee eae ete for ibe | SALE FOI TUESDAY, THE Zim to ba mended In a hurry, a Singer Seniag Lachine esa ba pao
t Gao Vite 2” » se TLD Brightoo-La Brea 4. BAF that bis estienate of a8 We was fals Conference as far ns ithe West {udies DAY OF AUUWUST 1912, aon ted got satifastoriy. td
Capde Oo sue Sao Fernands air. 7.08 pw ore, The acting Direg ic | were concerned and it waa throug > Prem . se machines do mot break down jis‘ when they bre p
i Irois ville kay” t Worke bad referred Lo some tevortof | Tumdad that the delegates met to- PUBLIO NOTICE ie hereby given thas Cheaply constructed, Joblot, makeshift. machines My iy bam :
aran je itay . on



Noises will ovanect with a Speclal | au arrangement between Canaua and | yether here and went up to Ottawa,
traln te Powt of Spal, no vonnec- | the British Government and the West | 1c was quite clear that the Lroperial
tion wih the Princes ‘own, Taba | [ndies, with respect to steamship and | Government would never have gone

cable communication, The delegates} to the expense and trouble

when in Canada, were asked bythe | of sending ‘a Commission and

telsod fon a oritaia Memorendum of M ort:
@ gideted tbe 17th day of Aupve, 1920,
wad made by Bernard D uen tu favour ot
Lutcamaa, thee will bo pa up for sale

Oedros Singer Sewing Machines

1 "3
NAY fre earefally manufactured and honestly asscmbled by the
F and responsible sewing machine marufacturers la the



quite, and dangre Lines,



a
SUNDAY, AUGUST 4.

—
=”

Hao Fernande dep . GH 4.
{after arrival of train)

Jalen Brighten 4 « 7.06 w
Cedros ov oo LOB te

Feacos - Bits oe UND as

TUESDAY, AUGUST 6.

Asto steamship coinmunication, 1 had the sentiment of Mr Joseph Chaar
were asked whether the West Jadies | heslaln in thelr eare and “in their NOTICE-.-
— —_— would be prepared to give anything, | months, when they talked about con- ao
dep. and epesking for Trinidad, he inforns: | solidation of the Empir, and the draw- ¥ AGALITESALEMANY, the husband

San Fernando dep.
{after acrival of tain)

” 4 Trinidadtwo years ago had voted £1& ») | other nod to the Mother Country; and | CLEMENT ALxMANY last beard of at

Labrea-Brighton dep. . 10.40 45 ” ayear for adirect communication wi.b | were they going tosaccifice themselves | Penal Settlement, where bis wife is

Uusjo “ w WB ow {iaspe ‘ 0 the Old Country, and as far as that | to the contumely and Hrger of scotn of | supposed to be buried, will communi

Cap de Ville «ow Lei pan, | Brighton-La Bees... wland is concerned, he did not think | the other colonies? Werethey, who | cate with Mri Epowakp Bowen, 87

le ase wn ow A . Hao Vernando arr. Tet there was the slightest hope of her | had talked about spending sick large | Penbroke Street. Port-of-Spalo, they

(iranville Bay ne ogy Notes will conneet with a S,ectal | paying one half-peony for commuai- | sume of money as pointed out by the | wll bear sowethiog to their advan:
Cedioe an ow.) AW tralia Lo Portof Spain, noconnestion | cation belween Canada and the West | Solicltor General, now to tsge—July 2—1m,

WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 7.

cane —
dep. while Trinldad did not want {t in] other causes accounted for the position
Ben Fernando dep. o 125 ase, v oder to send her thelr suger. Sufthey had taken Inthe mat ere He Board
I cat rar tendo a IAW (i . thathe did not think bie honourable [ thought they would be doiuga great t ‘
is sea-Brighto, oo ” . felend Mr. Stevens, newt lave much [injury tothe people of the colony for woe
Guapo Vile” eo ass pin a pa . fear that Trinidad would be let in for } is present and futare history, to take N accordance with Seo’ loo ti, of the
at ef ye", Urighton-Ls Brea ‘ stentoship communication, their hands back from the nongh with Road Ordiaanca, No. 30, @ bye elec
‘y : 13) ye FanFervanda — arr TERN, ob ane which they had been driving a stralght |,
Cee eB gt. xan | Gommecting with the t THE GOVERNOR SPEAKY — [fufrow, and now tliat their delegaies | Water's’ Odor, Mucuripeea Tooniey

The 8.8. “ Naporima “is eapocted to resume her itin-
rary on Thursday, 8th August, but should she be unable
judo ov, the © Puria” will eontinug to perform her service
ina similar manner to abovy, of which further notice will

ho given,

H. R: MARWOOD,

General Manager and Chief Rea. Hug.

Port of Spain,





2ouh July 1012. shave to make provision for some rete ged carried by the sume rasjorit r ee D3

1 BA J tems and wa dil nck propose | tuentaow voubyagetact ihe rewla | KIB, LIK & wantne DE. | §7HE INOREASING DEMAND FOR 1H
—=—_ ‘iu Custome duties.” Phat wae eles | Comwhilet the othe other members PARTNENTS, ws y ;
wee ould then, aad Tt is whet he seid | YOU! In Mla favour, Funds Exceeds ... 218,000,000 ——, PROVES :—
i iY 1 Nt) wow,—the Gerterament did not pro- * ceeds .., A . woe
(v Dr. Prada ask hether by th f , .
TH YO U AR Kt QN G AG Dp Foray gtive ration 10 tauke up soe taten. he ounall wae cont [NSURANCKS effected agatost, tose ¥, hat tho quality must be of tho best aut 9
Ww Usmede, Dr. hed e uesmeby which the oe damage b: ‘ HA ication
f you contemplate being engaged, or If you know anybody hope that if the Woversusat did oot | SBewent would be saniel ito | and contauts at carmen potnae ying bonekat tat Rosults “from {ts appllogion

who is op you should not turget
2 DRE LEO + 8 nner rer

‘ ta which shows @ woture ofa Diswond
ven oat tive tad it bod : uly gaa twinkle
in crovey refunded If quality be 1 ot aa awe ale

BEE WHAT YOU BUY



Sao Fernando .
(vonnecting with the train)

Cedros
= O88 an Granville Iisy
i”

MONDAY, AUGUST 5.
dep,

alr.

TUESDAY, AUGUST 6.

with the Fringes Toan, Tabaquite
and Sangre lines

MHURSDAY, AUGUST 8.









Canadian ministers to foim commit
tres and draw up resolutions In con-
uertion with those two questions, and
they distinclly told the ¢ anadian
tuloletera that they had no dustract-
tone, but they had not objection to do
so, Accordingly & cormmittee sat, ard
nato cablea, they recommeoded that
the Atl Red ronte should be estended
down to Barbados, Bettish Gulana
aol Trividad, and it wae suggested
that thoree colonies should transfer
the present enbsidy fro the Vanaina
liue to the new Jine , and furthermore
that Canada should also pav a similar
amount to those three colonies, and
Great Britaln would pay the third
chare, So, that If the proposal was
canied out, It would not cost Trinidad
a half penny more than now, while
the rates would be very much cheaper.

hey

ed the representatives of Canada Ul st

fodies, He alea gave the further
reaton that sleamebip communica-
between Canada and the Weet Indies
would be of beneflt to Ounada atone,
asshe required Letter steamship com
muoleation to bring out her flour.

is Hxcelten:y sald that before put-
Alng the amendment. he wished to} w-
Ufy bitueelf probably in the eyes of Dr
Prada, for edppotting the agieoment,
De Prada had very rightly taken the
imettion that the colony could not
afford to give thie preference to
Gapada, on account of ber parlous
condition, and the neopesity of edra
tazation, Dr. Prada could net accept
lala aseusanee that the Governivent
Oki pot propose td impose any ettr:
taxallongta make the lus of FUN,
but if honotirable members would
tefer to what be had said when the
question wae dicussed In) November.

would be even that bis wonle were
thee: —*'{ thiok Munsourable Members
* will remember that the Uolleetor uf
“ eo estimated that we would

i
directly, td du tt
falar aby ney Tasidloue. orm of

Dr Lauren: that b
relhae sopportiog like Mecellensy's
0, feeding ouse that oo estia
ta: would be luaposad f Hie Ex

dacollency, conusuiag, said be
@reired to be tue to hiuswall' te wall as
to the publi und he was not afiesd
Eat Chea ab ae wee Wrong A giat

y Meals

taking upths conference if she had

not gotthe matter a great deal at

heart. He thoroughly endorsed the
remarke of the Solicitor General (in
fait they were already in hie owp
mind) asto what inthe world would
the other colonies think uf Trinidad,
who haviog sent up her delegates to
Canada, and got everything they
wan'ed,—now desired to ‘stand out be-
cause of the fear of a possible loss of
air, ight, or ten thousand = poundst
To bln their povition would be
mos’ calamitous, and it would be
THE GREATEST MISTAKE
the colony could make In. votln
against the agreement. Hefdid no
thiok that holding the position he did
he should sit there and allow the
amendment to go to the vote without
paylog sorething azainstit. They all

Jogclover together of the colonies toeach

SIT ON T4E WALL
and refuse to adopt the resolution In
favour of thaamendment? If they re-
fersed to the colontes that were stand.
ing out of the agreement, it would be
seen that geographical pos ion and

had come back with honour (applause),
TUK AMENOWENE Lut,
eainendment was then put to the

vote and lost on ainsjority of 15 to 5,
the voting being ae follow @ Againal
Ione Alee Mracer.’ De Laurence,
Adam Aentth, bir Townsead Kenwiek,
Aoting Receiver General, Collector of
Customa, Actlag Proteater of Imrul-
Rrante, Surgeon General, Acting In-
epeetor General of QOnnetabulary,

uditer General. Holicitor | Gene
era’ orney General, en the
Colonial Secretary (13) Fort Hons,
De Prada. Car) de Verteuil,
i. L Thornton, HH. A, Alcazar an
the Actiog Director of Wublic
Worke {oh

THK RESOLUTION OARRIED,

The resolution Waethen pub ta the

Hs Kecelleney repliad nezauivaly.

weelesome

on
remedy oon! om
o ialarious dees ot 7 Lied ries
Be aad We po Y tae tee
ducts say le obtalned wholesale and
teter fou Messre Hmith Hros a Oo

Poe ds ranean Din beores and all the
+ Phsiewles thivuguvul the |

eu

E
‘
&
é
i





























by tha andersigasi at their Anctlos Mart
No.2 Geakatlle Ssrees la the Town of
Bort-of-3 sain O01 Tuesday the 27th dey of
Auzup 1912, between the bhoure of one
endtwop.m, All aod singalac that cer-
tain pico’ oF parcel of land situate in the
Werd of Chaguenas in the ialand of
Trinitad compriviog 18 acres 3 toda and
15 perches be the same more or lene delioe-
aad and with the abuttale and boundaries
thereof shown fa the gin or disgram
aitashed to the U own Gravt entered in
the Real Property Registar Book at Vol,
XXXIX, folio 615 sud bounded on the
North acd East by Crown land on the
Saath by a road reeerved 50 lirks wide
af on the Wert by laodse of Henry Jos.
ee
Dated this 26th day of Jnty 1012,
LOUIS JON & CO,

Auctioneers,

bullt to last a Hfetime, and to do sll kinds of sewing,
emergency kind of delicate, intricate work, perfectly ang

SINGER SEWING MACHINE COMPANY, !

SINGER SEWING MACHINE COM

14 Fredor'ck stroet 73

Port-of-Spain, Trinidad, B,W.I.

Branch Bhops at 8. di
borough, Tobeg Ban Fernando; Saogre Grande, Princes Town








































of ELLA ALEMANY, aud bis son



NOTICE.
Diego Martin Local Road



he Angas 1012, between the hosres of
tk a.m, sod 6 p.m. for the parpose of Hill:
ing © cea: of one meruber of the Busrd,
Osardufates for Election must give at
fast seven o'eae days No! loe tn wriliog to
the Chatzmeo before the dey of Election

H. MILES, °

LANCASHIRE
INSURANCE COMPANY

SOW IMBRGED IN THE

Royal Iusurance Co. Lta,



SSeS ee

TRINIDAD >
Manurial Limé











jorerance effected on Merchandise,
PROMPT AND EQUITABLE SETTLES
eat OF LOSSES,

SMITH BROS & CO

The Bonnmnms
Pork paw Trisdec

13.) That the price must be reasonable. J

Should « musts” 1 Bf
make sett any planter doubt these 4



Full partioulars from the manufacturers.

The Trinidad Shipping & Trading Coop 4






























é | (PORTOFSPIAN GAZRITE THURSDAY AUGUST 1 1918

t F HOLD
EX RECENT ARRIVAL. YOUR MONEY .

FOR]
i age NAGA RICE. AUGUST 51.
| 1800,8 OS DEMERARA RICE E







rasa rN
tewd
fis rhe Bile op Bchelfbaut pa!

ed was leaving the cathedratditer 9
ble ive rina * seconde ceremony neral's -horse bolt

retary-of | throwlog the rider, and dracging bie
Beate Meme dct Vek kek poten ordae slong the ground, Chile the spectas
appreciation Pope Plua X presected | tore hesitated as th what to do, the
oue beloved Bishop with a costly | Kiog with great presence of mind
Pectoral Crees, a personal eourenir of | sprang from hie carriage, caught the
the Chief Pastor of the Church. horse. and estricated the fallea

— = general. LHe’was roundly cheered by
We have been asked to state that

the populace.
Mr. Stanley, whose house on vem Yesterday by Mr. G © Deane Acting



































































vented wha
Hy been o fatal ated agra









































































a ” . ,
500 Cases ancy te Ths AILLARD S. preety Money Harr net an | City Magistrate referred Dowlat Chan:
QUEL T ti Gan ot tae” eblon ike | Ae nes deh et
10 3 GHEE Wwe Tins, . - een | Theatre. __ ssaltes op tbe change brought ageinet
20 » BRA&S- WARE THE Medsra, W. D. Flament (Jack) 0. D. | having inble possession a mould for
4,760$ Bags FINE SALT P f S ° Mason and Philip Gormandy, three } counterfeiting coln. .
. 150 Cases EMD. F. WATER— Pts orl-of- path Gazette | rst Seana alate ae echlas | ‘Tha London Siandard of Joly 17h
an up ate *¢ aod m
shop on South Re ta beknown ae | reporte a reception by the Chsirman
ulation Committee of

250 Bales GERM PAPER

250 Boxes FANCY PIPES the United Motor Kngluceting Com- | of the L.0.0,

ESTABLISHED 1826. paoy, and of which further announce- delegates to the Impertal Conference

» fof Teachers Ansoclations which wae

150 APOLLO CANDLES Publishet Day, Mondays and Pablie | ment will be made later, Aa adver held At the London Day Tratoin
100 ‘ VICTORIA BLUE Vincent Srve tata the Oiiew 38 Bt Heemens apprare ia thie Isene, College. “The Rests. Included
We have been requested by the Hon, [teachers In.all the Orown Colonies,



50 Cases GERMAN STARCH
80,0 Br. PAULT BRAND BEER—Pts.

SCHOENER & CO.
76 SOUTH QUAY.

if ——_10)

FOR HINT.
That Comfortable family Revidence, No. 115 Woodford St

Apply t
I SCHOEHNERE & CO.

Secretary of tbe wale Club to re | Australia, New Zealand, India, Africa,
mind all” members of the impcrtant Canada f ong Kong, Trinidad ete,
meeling of the Trinidad Amateur —

Football Association whicb takes place | We take thp following from the
to-night at 8 Rabe atthe Clydesdale Torento Mait:—The origin of the

Club. A large atteudance lsrequested, | name “Amen Cagner"1s Interestiog

o—— and throws a pleasant light on Eng:
To the House of Commons of the | lish Catholelty of the daya before the
e

16th ultimo an amendment by vr. | apnetasy of Henry ViIC Keach year
Arthur Lee providing for the Telvate on the feast of Corpus Christ! the
whipping of male offenders con- | faitbful went in procession to Ht,
victed, in the “White Slave} Paul's Cathedral. Musterivug at
TraMo ” was

Cheapelde, the procession moved
The new pocket badge for the

towarda the cathed the clergy
chaotlég the *Qur Father” ae the:

members of the Shamrock Club

attived from Knglaod on Tues-

massed along the street still call
Paternoster Row, resching the

G43" PRICE: ONB PENNY.

Advertisements o Births, Deathe,
aod Mart Acknowledze
tmentaand Disclaimars (which
must’ be aathenticated by the
alguatare of some responalble
yerwon, will be charged for at

© each and to be prepaid.

Casual Advertisement of every
deveript on ret inch finale

wron per weer: it
iit bade












fortnight; €/- per month—to be
pre: .

Wauts, &c.—2,8 per week each, to be
prepald,

Kditor and Publisher, . A, P, T. AMBARD.



eer
Manager... wu “.R, N, Lavan,
3 = Cashier aw. GEL be RAL basin | Amen“as they turned the corner
L.Al NG S So D A WA ER “ IY cheques sent to the oftics, Ot thle Oy en” nlesly designed Oru white | known for yeare as Amen Comér,











paper in payroent of billa should be

fade paya lato The Fort-of Spatn background with claret edges The
Gasetie

Shamrock stands out in bold rellef | Michardeon & Seleyay are selling for
and the crest is also adorned with the | the next few days Cups and Saucers
figure of allon reposing on the Sham. | at 6c., hisisstinply to advertisement
tork, Below, in large letters of claret | aod hae proved a big draw,
ore ee fu the monogram of the ——

a

D°3 not just “happen” to bo better than the other so-called
toda wator of various makes ant brands—itis Wind o bet-

$ ter—infinito paios are taken ia every dotail of its production to main-

1 tain its reputation . ;

In the solection of the materials ia the cleanliness and officiency

‘ of the machinory: ia the many suages of preparation, 41 « vary process

right up to the final labolligy and pitting into cases, Lhe greatest caro

f 1s exorcisod, . .
Tht is Why Laine's Puro Soda

06 Wator Is the ONLY SODA WATER Fitto DRINK.
I is an article of provon quality that will bold its own in the face

of the keenost com petition,

| ALEX. S. LAING & GO. SUCGS.,

| PURE SQDA FACTORY.
A ter-’PHONE 650, - =

Advertising Scale on Application.

Subscription . 236, per year.
Payable tn advance—Postags extra

CURRENT EVENTS.
_ TODAY.

Town Boant - 8 a.m,

District Court- 0.3) am,



Among the passengere who sailed
by the Froyal Mail atal Steamer
“Kennet,” on Tuesday night for Toco,
wae Dr. Jesse Grell, who hae gone to
take up bis new appolotment.





A Lord's message from Yort Sald,

ly 4th, states that the ateamer

“ Mutiah” has gone agrousd lathe Suee

Canal, and that trafticis thereby, ob-

atrncted.. The * Matlan® is one ‘ the

—_— ames Nourse ners en, a e

On page 10 will be seen an advertise: | emigration trade between meat and the

ment where Mesere. J. N. Harriman & | West ladies. She la a vessel of 2,153 tans

Co, are offering several bicycles—to | register and Jeft Torrevieja in Spalo on
close consignment—at cheap prices, | June 2th for Calcutta,

These are good bergains for cychiate, Messrs. Paul IL Scheerer & Ca, have
The Faithful Brothers of the Souls

recelved news by cable thet the as.
ja Purgatory Friendly Society will

“ Patagonia” wh! che deft this port on
bo celebrating their 2nd. Anoiversary | 23l7 lth arrived at Havre on the 2th.
ou Monday evening 19th August at

p.

ulthme.
830 p.m. The Anniversary Committee,

8.8. “Ht. Domingue” leaves for
Demerara, Suriname and Cayenne,
Mauls close at 12 noon,

Annual General Meeting Trinidad
Amateur Football Association af the
Clydesdale Club Kooms- 8 p,m.

Sale of 37 heade of Pure Bred and
other Poultry by Ward Price & Co—
pm,

The Trioldad Moer “Mayaro? did not
with President Attale and Secretary | teave New York until Tharsday 2ith.
Burke, aré already at work to easure | ultimo, Instead of Tuesday « The
the thorough success of the function. | cause ofthe delay {s not known local!

but ft fe ho that the steamer will

The Constabulary Band will play reach Grenade safiicientiy early to-day to











High WaterMorm6&U2 Even. is pm.

The London Blectric Theatra— . enable her to arrive here sometime

80) pan. at Arima this afterooon from 5 o'clock. to morrow, As saual she brings 8 ve

cargo of merical it
Travellera between the islands of general merchandise, a tarts an
ws Sun rises . . G3 p.m. ] St. Kitts and Nevis willbe pleased, ——ae

Sun sete 0.19 pm. | doubiless, with the launchisg of a | Atthe Harbour Master's Court yester-

Moon rises 3.53 pm. | motor boat for plylog between the | day, before Mr. F. J. Hasanta (actin
sister islands, She has been named } Harbour Master,) the adjourned case o



Eee

OFrENIC
AT SOUTH QUAY 68.

(Now OCCUPIED KY TILE COLOMBIAN CONKUL),

ee



the “Windrush” and carries 24 firat [Joseph Ross against Charles King for
class and 32 second class passongers, balance of wages, was resumed. After

the former ing a face of }/-, a0 further evidence was taken, judgment
the latter ad Tor the trip across. The

was givon for 96 cents,

Government will grant the pro- The Pickford and Riac liner “Ocamo”
prictor » subsidy of £30) per anoum | which arrived from Black on Tuesday
‘or the carriage of mails aight, brought #0 tons general cargo
W. Feith, Shisses Ge Tenens na
%, e ry sae Ol iy °
Tuesday evening's telegrams brought | steele and servant, Messre, A. Johnson,
the avnouccemvnt of the passing J. Corbte, 8 Johason. Misses H, Johnson,
yond of Emperor (Mikado) Muteubito | 4, Richardson, 1. Richardson, 30 chinese
of Japan, afiera reigoof 45 years, he | and zZ deckers. The “ Ocamo” aalled for
haviug succeeded to the (broue on-f Demerara yesterday. She took polther
Februar 1th 1807 He was born on | Cargo nor passengers,

lov, » 1852 and marrle aces _——<
Ha-uko two years after he assumed |, The Royal Datch Mail ** Saramacca”
the rule of Japan. Hie heir, Prince | ook away for New York among other

things, oa Tuesday, 200 bales, 8 barre!
Yoshibito, who has become Einperor | sidings of rauber ox one Leclvos
ofsapan was born oo August, let. | sno bidew and 17 boodles kings « w
1870 The funeral obsequies of the late | “Venezuela, ¢ pasengers were
Mutsuhito, whose reign ia among the | Messrs H. C, Duke and Victor Alveres,
Sold’s moat wuoderful, takes place | Mise L. Peters and Mrs, Milliken.
within s month, -_ = :
- The Venesuelan Motor barge “Travers”

arrived yesterday from Cristobal Colon

A young New Yorker ie suing a | with 230 barrels of pitch.
telegraph company because It made a ———
slight error {n transmitting a message The sloups “ Providence” and the
which besentto the girl be was ta] "Nelilen® artlved {rom 8t. Vinoceat
marry. Havingnothing better to dd yesterday with the usual supply of live
one day when he was on his holidays | Sock and ground provisions,
be telegraphed her *“*Ilove you furs
ever.” A few dayelater his ting and
some other presenta were’ returned tu
him. Itappears that the operator
bad sent the message. “{ leave you
forever.”



DEATHS.

Kixa,—At Branton Lane, St, Janes,
A. Nathaniel King, late Senior Com.

psitor, Government Printing Office.

uneral at 4p.m, to-day, tothe Tran-
quillity Wesleyan Chitch, Friends
are asked to accept this intimation,

Kuwano Yesterday afternoon
bls mother's residence, No, 1 Rivou
Lane, Aldwin Edwards, Funeral wi
take place at 4 o'clock this afternoon.
Fijends are asked kindly to accept
thie intimation,

IN MEMORIAM.

Mitta. - Io loving memory of my
dear husband, Charles K. Mills, who
departed this ** vala of teare” on the
lat day of August uit,

“IE thiok of him In silence,
Few oyes can sce me weep;
Dyt deep within my aching heart,
His memory U will keep.”

INDEX TO PAGES

2~Death of Revd. Andrew Gayadeen,
Bo Carefulin your Reading.
8—Lsuat Telegrams,
Canada and the West Indies;
Banquet to Foster by W.10.
A Huge Suecesa,
The Trinidad Ow Industry.
Vastern Market Quotations,









Also—-A Nico Little

COTTACE AT TUNAPUNA,

Near tho St. Augustin Gap, with Out olfices
and water laid on, For particulars apply to

Gerold & Scherer Sucs,

SOUTH OUAY-68.























The Royal Mati atoamerBalactia” left
for the Northern Islands on Tuesday with
transblpment cargo, merchandise from
this port, jJumber, and the following
pagsengers.

Yor Grenade :—Mrs L, Franco, Messrs,
A. Franco, F, 3. Nawarr, Mira W. WW,
Smith aod child, De. B. Luclanl, Mr. Ro

Peet. Vincent —Mra Be Kelly, Mi
nt —Mra BE,
T. Marques, Mr. F. Nelves, ‘alte x







IMPORTANT FAMILY SOUVENIR.

eumnevacvescese

“OTRINIDAD A TUWEL OF THE WEST.Y
PUpnoguarits ofthe most prominent Mir hints Lawyers Ductons, Cleszyunen



Attention Is called to the advert!*&
ment of Mre, Drayton s Health Home,
* Baytidge,” Hastings, Barbados. ‘Lhe
home 1s Ideally eltuated, and affords



Teachers, and Civil servautaln the Colony 12 Chaptas of Interestiag readi Learmond, Anbd
jatter, Views,ets eto Manuscripts are now in the publiviers Nene in Ee “and. Biinpte | Dusinfectaats for the delightful eee bathing: bite tram care for Bt Tiel Mise tintecce
“ are available every our, Paying ‘or St. Kitts:=Mr, on Pitt, Mr,

Dedicated by permission to an esteemed offic in) Gentleman = The only buak whieb will
0

so truly show up beautiful flere. Inforwat! ss ton’ Aurion, ' 73 Oxford Street, Port: The Dolnge of Sydoey Smith's

Uounty; Northants In the gueste are acoorded every powsible

G. Proctor, Dr, L. Proctor and Miss
coufort at reasonable terms, Proctor, ' : E,



of Spalo, \ y
ee _— rinaing for the “Champlon- For Domlatca t=Mis¢ OF Stronach and
30 deckers,



ed
wae

The Royal Mall Steamer “Derbloe”
salled on Tuesday for Demerara with
franshipment cary and sundries
from this port, and 2% tone bunker coal,
The ehgery were Messre S, Sahsook,
vy Cepia. Tt 1, Falrlough, Mi jeugs K

man. Mesars, J. W,
Docklshua and Wilson, and 16 deckers.”

The Royal Mail Steamers “Kennet” aa
‘Bpey” aalied on Tuesday night with thd
following passengers. My the “Kennet”
for Sas Soucl,—Mr Wallace Smith.

For Toco,—Dr, Jessa Grell, and Mr,
7.0 Meee. (For ‘Grande Klctere Me
laaac. ‘or Gua jayare,-The Misseq
Carrington (2) sad ‘Waeckers for varjoua

By the" §, fdr Scarboroagh,—
and'sMra Savi, Me. P, Cummliae, Me
Gordon and 8 dekers for verious porta,

Owlogto the quarantine reatri
* ich Prevented the men, on beard eh
Hoyal oll Transatlantic steamer “Oruta*
republic, aa Indicated by these stam oats ead, ° meth “stomtu oan
fe Ubuog Hua Min Kua or * Middle eaterde Mad bolockt te the’ agate
Flowery People’s State.” This name [bbe did not take cargo or passen.
is spparen Y adapted from the | gere from (hls port,
famitier designation of Chipaf as the eres
* Flowery Kingdon,” —

abip.
b-Legidative Councils Canadian
jtectprocity debate Resumed ;
Imperiit Tutereste aad Com.
mercial Cousideratione; Fed
eration of British West Indies
Mooted | Acting Director of
Public Works votes against
Resolution: Mr. Icazars
Awendment to Tax Bugar
laut by 13 to 6: Agreement
ANitmed by same Ma jority.
7 -Trintdad Mite Association,
A New Prince Liner,
Toronto's New Archblehop,
London Electric Theatre,
Alleged Vovsewlou of a Mould
vr Coucterfeiting Coin; Im.
potent Evidence by an En.
gravert Dowlat Chankersing
the Accused Committed to
the Assizes,
San Vernando News,
Grim War upon Pulex (heopts
Katies carries Hocrors of
Hubonle Plague; Can't pase
tiaarantioe t (ilgoroan snepee:
on there aaleguaids Nat
Cool Security. a ,
%~Olty Police Court.
9-Our Anticte on Mr Hnvwely’s Bug:
1B.

Amongst the passengers whoartived
on Tuesday night from Halifax by the
9.8, Ocrmno, wae Mr, Innoceutios Cor-
bie wha had been studying medicine
at the Dabousle Ualversity = Mr.
Cotble was a very successful stadent
atst, Mary's Wega here, Laving

sed the Local Kenlor Cawhildge
Examination with Ist class honours 5
Decenber last. He left Milaldad fust
two menths ago to qualify in Medi-
vineat Dathousle, but unfortunately
fell 11) there and bad to be attended by
twoPhysklans wha strongly advised
him toteturn to the Tropes ae the
change bad settously atfected bie
bealth.

NEW MEDICAL HALL.

OPENING DAY
MONDAY, 22ND JULY,
AT 430 Pâ„¢M.

ALL PATRONS, FRIENDS, AND WELL-WISHERS ARE
' INVITED TO A'TIEND,

AERATED WATERS FACTORY

Or the most up-to date and sanitary type. Water
three lines filtered. No waler from the washing
tub remains inthe Dottlos as they are made tree
from this by a hot air chamber.” ‘Vhere eat be no
chance of contamination. Cleanliness is observed

—



The new Chinese postage stan
pecording to the PNew England
btawp Monthly,’ bave begun to arrive
lo America. The name of Lhe new

in overything. ~Tazition on B
rs ol +
PEED icy dri Nee rnte | REAR Eee vine | eteemargicias itera wo| A QUESTION OF NAMES,
Kee for themsches what they drink. No infertor reais | BONO Machine | ee itune fe ep ene Binal” ef Holy | an some of the country distriote of
Nis Mee atten ot rage le teperted to the Academy | jand ft bv bot an uncommon thing fo ra

eigalo, himeelf Henia br “al
sof. fs to thi peas

Masit From Damascus, Prof. Musil teal ‘jokers dels ne in pleginu at re
believes tbat the ettinct voleano | siyas to aunoy the ownere
Hat al-Bedr, in the HedJa region of | 4 constabulary sergeant one de
Nerththera Arsbla, is the Biblical | scocsted a countryman whove name f,
fgoustala where the Tea Command: | bees thus wiped wut uoknowa te bim,
suoate where given Lo Moses, OF ean ent cath may good man 1

W 7 you emaree lt dat” wan the tr iy. “Do

eae ver ‘VWenae ) aoythiag matter with It f

the \enerabis Krendeacce arate at ae a

we", Palle

“chat you i.

naw on the high road Lo eowplete re- | Thee ye're wrong. quel, the soanesy
w

Drink for low prices can be made,

DEwo Se OOF tho purest and best: obtainable,

and will be compounded and delivered with prowp-
titude and at popular prices

CROCERIES AND WINES ON THE PREMISES, -

SOUR FORMAL OLROULAKRN AND LABELS Vv
WORET THAT UEN DKLAYKO UY 1HK BTRIKE, HAVA,

Mt. Andrews Gulf Clua carts with the ewners. names chalked
30 -Buccsss V illaze,
—————&X&=_—_——————
ITEMS OF NEWS,

Vn Tuesday evening by the guods

fe eight Grucks of cedar lage cane
f

tals town from the Southeen aed Bex

t ' The (ronda of Rev. Dr. Job a
| Q'RAWE, RADCLIFFE CLARKE & GO, | yttsu socetcs te tts | Sead CO RC pepe) od a
t
. 1 ,
am t . + emer
} / ~ ..
~ . ” x J. -
7 ° tan oe” PM



“ir Aipamioe Sait WP sean
SSeS MOHN HOADLEY & ta.

Gent's Tailors & ounce
Waterproof COATS

UMBRELLag;

TELE DON ”

Corner Marine Square & Chacon gil





Tnesday 0th July

In Ordor to Mako Room fer.



Sweeping + Reduction’
HAVEBEEN MADE IN

EVERY DEPARTMT

ASK FOR ;

WILSONS)

amin 3k a oT ee Ee
« °
a dh tf? y, abo”



—Fror—

a











*
a





DIMI ED,



COMMENOEHS



NEW GooDs

A CATALOGUE.|-

(G. & T,) LIMITED,