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The Barbados advocate

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The Barbados advocate
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Barbados advocate (Bridgetown, Barbados : 1983)
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Sunday advocate
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Bridgetown, Barbados
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Apr. 22, 1983-
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No issue published for May 3, 1983.
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SIR HILARY PROCLAIMS A HOLIDAY

~ £4,000,000 To TO CELEBRATE THE NEW
} Develop Bauxite | , REPUBLIC OF INDIA i
In Jamaica | "| “Heavenly | Tsou tren herniins

KINGSTON, J’ca., Jan. 26. | : ; 99 . Indian Standard Time) at Durban Hall here.
Host Seize Dr, Rajendra Prasad was immediately sworn in as



THe REYNOLDS MINING CORPORATION of Amerie:
is investing £4,000,000 Marshall Aid loan to develoy| the first President of the India Republic.
oer A hiss rose from the throats of

deposits of bauxite, the raw material of aluminium, in North
Barracks Tat Ana Lvl And | the tens of thousands of people
e eC

ica, according to the firm’s President, Walter Ryce.
Jamaic a, «
: watching as the Presidential Flag



r . * In a few months, work wil
start on a ten km. overhead bucket

E railway. When production starts ir
Wont Break |

two years’ time, the conveyor will

IC : top of’ New Dahis Gevecnment
OF DJAKARTA POL!CE The Election p of Delhi's Gove

| Building.
| carry ore to a pier where a special









ie . ’ F . DJABARTA, Jan, 26 (From our London Correspondent) Chiet Justice, Sir Harilal Kania,

The Bank | Ship, being built in Britain, will A group of Westerling’s “..eav- i administered the oath of office to

take 25,500 tons at a time to bi ! enly Host” army today occupied | | LONDON. (By Mail) the new leader of 300,000,000

x aus | Processed into metal for aero- } Police barracks of Djakarta, capi-| | HAS Tate and Lyle’s anti- people, in the presence of foreign

CANNES, Jan. 26. _—_| | planes, buckets, ete —Reuter. ‘ tal of the new State of Indonesia. nationalisation campaign be- diplomats in full dress, splendidly-

Directors of Cannes |) 4 } Some shots were fired in the come a two-way election robed Indian Princesses, and the

Casino said here to-di y they | busy Pasar Baru shopping centre gambie for shareholders? Indian politicians in their formal
did not fear that
gid Argentinial ye {| ' Police cordoned off that area. [| the moment During fhe The ceremony was enacted

Renald Boe ae |



Police sources said that dis-



eos | Reduce British



past fortnight there has simultaneously in Bombay, Cal-

the b turbances broke out in various been a £3,000,000 drop in cutta, Madras and other provin-

Martin Te tt fa parts of Djakarta at about 3.30 the equity Small share- cial centres where governors and
The vere mmenung |



j local time today, the Dutch News}} holders have been selling. ministers were sworn in under
Agency in Indonesia Aneta r2-|| Some may have taken the the new constitution.
ports. There was fighting in thef| yjoy that the opposition to In every city, joyous crowds

on what they described

“exaggerated Press reports |

Sugar Ration
Bilis ct roucts. || sore. dasha Tells

said that fel-





neighbourhood of Sawah Berar, | Government take-over may linked arms and exchanged patri-
where the Police barracks are | ¥













ae resuk in vindictive terms if co er eae acral flag-
> rep os situated. the nationalisers are return- »edecked and flowered arches.
Be cambiar had accepted .|} Housewives Police told Aneta that an Indo- ed en,

Jarge sums from Rosen on 1] (From Our London Correspondent) nesian mobile brigade, ind_com- | Certainly, in view of the Demonstrators
conditions that they staked | LONDON, (By Mail) mand troops have been sent to} strong stand taken by Lord

the money, and had shared | Mr. Strachey, British Food Min- , Besar ‘ Lyle, shareholders would Bombay citizens and Police
his good luck through acting || ister and key man in the recent _ Westerling, a former Dutch benefit if a Conservative broke up a Communist “black
on his advice | Commonwealth sugar talks, has| Commando Captain, whose light- Government were returned fiag’’ demonstration in the city’s

The directors said that it said that Britain could do without ning capture of Bandung in West to power On the other labour area this morning.
was true that Rosen was dollar imports — except wheat.| | Java last Monday took the Indo- hand the Socialist offer The Communists, who were
tyery generous” with Casino | His statement has been challeng-| }hesian garrison there by surprise, might not be much worse staging an “anti-Republic” pro-
croupie They added that |} ed by ‘Lord Lyle, whose firm is} withdrew his men from there al- than the present ‘slump’ cession, hurled acid bulbs and
loans were forbidden within | threatened with nationalisation if} : : _ tS | most immediately. : price brickbats at a holiday crowd.
the gambling saloons. | the Labour Government is re-| bse | Dijakarta, 70 miles southeast o Police opened fire, and the
—Reuter. | turned at the next election. Lord] MR. S. C. GREENIDGE, Mr. A. P; Cox and Mr. Fred Bethell. M.C P., ,

Lyle has said that if sugar im- PES POE. “Were
" rounced up by police and handed
over to the Police.

Before taking office, President
Prasad, who was one of the
closest associates of Mahatma
Gandhi, paid 15 minutes homage
to the “Father of the Nation”

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: | . tering’ ampere ° “| Peruvian Firm
United Nations Kepair 8 USAT saritines “cone il Fie 86,000,000
, hanvriate 2adquarters ited \Natons capital, Djakarta, to operate
“Dead Man’s firm’s London Headquarters in Oo

‘m's 1 from ten at ni i ling
Mincing Lane on Thursday Lord from ten at night until morning.

9 oe e ° ™~
2 t (Barbados Advocate Correspondent) W y° yr. > > The city has been disturbed by ¢ st
Lyle said he estimated that in PUNTA GORDA 26 oO ke Ss Ho e resterdav’s fishti oe : ul y Sains
Chest” 1950 Mr. Strachey would have to ai a Same es US S yesterday's fighting by support-
sir

ports from dollar sources were
stopped the British ration would
B.H.

e
in Buys have to be cut by 2}ozs., a week.

2
aldw
FU Addressing housewives at his


























































Last night the people of Punta







ers of Turco Wearerlt | at the place where Gandhi's
buy 172,000 tons of sugar from] Gorda, capital of Toledo in the ; : arene WASHINGTON, Jan. 26. body was cremated.

dollar areas. This represented southern district conferr / T ‘ / Jorn vis ir ‘ iled ¢ President Prasad and his wife

; f s onferred a ry ip On The Alert A Peruvian firm has filed a Ss i ,

nearly 2sozs., on the weekly mandate on the People’s Com- Three Vest men Urge Dutch ‘troops in Djakarta will | $6,000,000 suit against the United laid flowers at the sacred spot,
re. mittee to approach the United nla la, i & be confined to barracks each day | States for alleged damage to its| and walked around it three
Asked to” comment on_ the Nations in the fight for the re- Mr. F. E. C. Bethell, M.C.P., Mr. S. C. Greenidgs of the St. ws aa by the en a business and reputation, because times with hands fc lded in

pueeent oe Wie wal stopation of the Britian Hon-| John’s Vestry and Mr. A, P. Cox of the St Joseph Vestry} further notice, as will Dutch sol- it wae baceliaten during the wee. hal in traditional Hindu

C stry anc the es duras dollar, completing the} sre receiv , ee .
Indies, Lord Lyle said “it would] country-wide’ anti-devataating| were reogivad by the Gov erno1 ys sterday morning. Th pba lh Bandung and other tha duit was fed has fret to ae The Government here declared
appear that the West Indies are] movement, Toledo comprises) ‘three vestrymen discussed the question of alloting money The Dutch military “Black |@ decision whether or not the| 2% Public holiday, and ran special
far from satisfied that sufficient} Caribs, Maya Indians and Cre.| {from the Labour Welfare fund for immediate repairs ta' Grows” concert anaenanunad here | Government may be sued in this fraina witch enabled 20,000 people
inapasive bes been given to thems oles, sugar-workers’ houses. They also discussed the basis fo: last night under military police | case rele etbee inde siete Na
o increase their production to an adie : * . mxpiadailanel ; : fa : e 5€ ne

eaeRe "That Noli enctiee nos the distribution of the same fund. rotection, after they had refused | acrording~to~ complaints, filed| the-new Indian Republic. ‘The
_— at will “ensure we can 2 ° — tlie ————=#) “Fhe Governor »ressed!to perform before Indonesian ~ ; . , ae

cease to be dependent on dollar King Coming , nor } »| Republican kim? Bikeene ‘at Peka- on behalf of Gubbins & Co. of] sun shone brilliantly on the scene,
sugar. — . "





surrounded by an amphi-theatre
of green clad mountains. The
Indian Government Commissioner
asked Mauritians of Indian origin
to work in accordance with Pan-

Sympathy with the views they}! P Lima, the firm suffered damages
ame | expressed and said that if hej} longan of $5,000,000, while Reynaldo Gub-

, ; could assist in any way, he would Hens Kaast, manager of the



. »
Britain, U.S., Canada Saturday | : |
ToHold Atom Talks} 2S%%8cor™, , | §- Bravim |_|, lator weltare

bins, the company’s president,
uffered damages of $1,000,000
Suits were filed in the respective

party, said that when about to
open their performance as arrang-
ed to Dutch soldiers awaiting



Rehabilitation Fund and the Price}

aving Government House 3andung, was disturbed by the | '— ~~ ‘| demonstrators dispersed.
uscovery yesterday of an arms
|























: ; ‘ | Stabliss . way ; 7 > | sums dit Nehru’s message, which he
| LONDON, Jan. 26. ‘i ao. eve a Barbados Cap- LONDON, Jan. 26. |S wbUsation 4 und ae ue d er rey atriation, four —— of a ; | read out.
Brita the United States and a Se a ae dard informed me The brain starts slowing an _ agreement with the Wes | Indonesian Army, walked in. The legal papers said that the aL: a as
: in, t ec a today that Frank King has been at the age of 28, accord- Indies and the United Kingdoin)then said that our contract was 40-year-old Peruvian export, im- Mauritius Governor, Sir
Canada will meet in conference! invited to take part in the forth-|| UP ® t " British” ’ Medical in 1946 to purchase all exportadle| to play only for Dutch troops, port and real estate firm was Hilary Blood, said that he was
= Britain’s Atomic Energy Re- coming Barbados-British Guiana een ‘ ' | surplus sugar. The fixing of | and we left the stage”, Mr. Kaast | placed on the United States black- happy to see India remaining in
: : le eae ae ee aes tournament if his condition is con- " After that, the people find price ran with conditions az to | said. list in July, 1941, while Reynaldo| the Commonwealth and retain
vr) Sal orotection of the ” eounite of ee to the Barba- it more difficult to adapt || their distribution of access amons The Dutch ae. unmand oF=|Gubbins was listed in March,| the British way of political
latomic energy information, it was Ss et on sane : | themselves to new processes, different classes of workers in the lered the party’s removal {to 1942. The names of the firm and| thought.
officially announced here tonight. cao aati Trinidad Amn Bars investigators for the British industry. As result, the Labour} Djakarta after the affair and | of Senor Gubbins were removed Mr. Manilal, Aden barrister,
Reuter. ; Naeeee 8. aturday, January 28 by!} Medical Research Council Welfare Fund since °49 has grown] complained of the “insult July, 1945, “without explanation’”,| was visiting Mauritius after 4
LORD BALDWIN | 7 IROL CAT oS at 8.30 aim.—By Cable. | have found, considerably Reuter. but meanwhile it was claimed the} years and recalled that he was
Barbad | Workers, especially in |} r , damage had been sustained | sent here by Gredhi in 1907 to
mr’ “Gvocate Corresponsent) ‘ manual occupations, are ‘actory owners have been Reuter. in Page ;
bevel UA, Jan. 26, | Govt. Awards Contract notiopably “qidax mentally | makeing use of the Rehabilitation JudgementReserved e ae
eecenoncy wae Se vasttae after 28, and there is a de- || Fund, but labourers have so far RE ETE Tne nar Tee *
@ Baldwin has acquired the,| i tectable difference of speed | received no distribution. LONDON, Jan, 26
gold of Dead Man’s Chest! For Seawell Runwa | at which they can neue a The defence counsel today de-
Pa due south of Tortola, Vir- y | change. : | . Mr, Bethell told the “Advocate” | scribed as “totally Spinognenvelss
is and presented it to! ik ee : ; | These conclusions were that although the Vestrymen| frivolous and vexatious” Italy
Presidency to prevent it from| Bt lg A. S. Mavrogordato, Director of J. N. Harriman & baled reached in an investigation | sympathised with the construction} action in the British High Court |
§ Purchased by foreign inter- and Mr. W. M. Bennett, Engineer in Charge of Harriman’s|| into the industrial useful- of playing fields, in the light of] to recover cash and investments ~~
parc eae, Senin] B.W.LA. in connection ‘with the eanatracton erence || “Mee Meee ve tion | mae ath cenencems aid Toe Sonh BLAOUOM, whch
Meep, the produce of which ani-| “:'¥-4-A. in connection with the construction of the new ities reais, ie thes eee, ee pi agg anal a fa ra eee ae eg!
will be devoted to the} UNWay at Seawell Airport. According to an official state- ca tee ee 7 TS ee ne tne, ey, SHOU for, sieataanue Ce ree 2
ents in the hospital at Road *ment yesterday five tenders have can take their own time, it | spend the bulk of the money in After a two-day hearing, judg ee
ene ee oe: ORD , : was reported.—Reuter. | repairing them. ment was reserved.—Reuter. a A

; 5 , been received for the construction
And a Bottle of Rum Hundreds Homeless of a new runway at Seawell Air-







Bad Man’s Chest just north- B . B G Fl d | port, and the Government has T |
t s 1 : â„¢ }
Fe eee) tes agencies, (Moe SI ea Tage See Benon |Wiutne © ler Gets 12 Yrs.
gin Islands inspired Steven- (Barbados Advocate Correspondent) Messrs. = N. page and Com- To, Ke Pe = | ying mugs er € Ss PS.
S Song: GLORGELOWN, B.G., Jan, 26, pany, subject to the provision uf .
; 5 Five weeks of Rauay rainfall| funds by the Legislature, The BUENOS AIRES, Jan. 26. & b
m© Men on the Dead Man’s Chest inundated British Guiana coast-|tender of Messrs. J. N, Harriman The final returns of the elec- Aft J / D Sa O i
Yo Ho Ho and a bottle of Rum lands, resulting in heavy losses of] is for $1,295,600, and is the lowest] tions of the Province of Nan Jorge | er ury I ree
oe and the Devil had done provision crops cattle. livestock | Submitted. for state regulation and munici- ‘ ‘ 2
or the rest ; Pie. Pe it fatkerinns : The Secretary of State has] pality show overwhelming Peron- |} 7 ° |
and poultry, and leaving hundreds i ecretary of State has|pality s | \ | t | tl
Yo Ho Ho and ab ttle of Rum | homeless and destitute as they approved an application for a]ista majority. | er¢ 1¢ n 1 ur er ria Ou a young wl 8 e prac C
° ent a Vote Ol I ie eee A > . free grant of $1,212,000 under »
Sot its name from a resem-| Were forced from the flooded} en 7 : is The voting is as follows: Per-| : an
nee to a coffin backlands. , me : De i ny ie ae “ stare onistas 35,330, Radicals 16,242, | LONDON, Jan. 26. about money matters 9
' The erence, Si oe pont Ha toaleniice re wag] Democrats 2,012, Sogialists 1,276./ Brian Donald Hume. the “flying smuggler” escaped the} ma
ey, and technicians made a two- application, h é "ha adnan : a ; Ae oon Mig a a \
7 WILL SIGN PACT day inspection of the distressed| prepared before tenders were} _ Shag namennin. Seeasner, Rye | hangman’s noose today when a jury of ten men and two “ course I'm practical about money matters . « «
: enshe- Rnd established soup kiteh- | Neceived, was Hased on, tentetivah i a, Soe aioe women could not agree on a verdict in his trial for murder. I have to be! I may not understand high
WASHINGTON, Jan. 26. [ens while the Red Cross Com- | provisional estimates, and assumed| ! ys a “tite l, Phe jury found ao _ | finance, but I am the one who must budget the home
En Atlantic Pact nations will] n ittee with the aid of merchants|a contract price of $913,000. eing an “accessory after the fact”, ' ‘i 3 i % ;
[slg bilateral armaland others ace providing cloth- ; 4 IMED [ees he Was-sentenioad to. 19 ‘uners expenditures . . . It's my job to stretch the dollars to
ments with the United States| ing and medicine. C. D. & W. Grant DAMA LEE. ‘imprisonment for his part ita feed and clothe a growing family. ,
Pr the Mutua ine daeiee ns cea aie ar ont The estimate of the cost of the posing of the body of a Kerbside 3 ‘ E
uel Dati ne hasis- eee, Miatoarological sanenes runway revised in the light of the T Ul ENT Cc ASE dealer Stanley Setty. “That is why I look upon my husband's Life
ment announced today. of rain “had already fallen this| tender submitted by Messrs. J. N, 7 f 9 ¢ . Insurance as a joint responsibility — his and mine,
—(Reuter.) ! month_—By Cable. — @ On Page 3 | ‘The 30 year old company direc- If I should ever lose him, it is the children and I



26 las “Ti It to manage heard the verdict calmly ned-
N, Jan. 26. was “rather difficult to manage tor
The British Adeteity announc- They had tried several times with'} ding as he stepped down from the



who would suffer without an income to replace hig









4 juri the weeks before the dock aings.

ed to-day that it had issued a it during the weeks “EP EN im ons¢ ' oP .
writ for damages in the British accident, but it was rangers tc a men eed the mapet ae raation: | So we plan our Life Insurance together to provide
High Court against the owners of obtain contact with the shore. “i ie tos fel P histor { an income that we agree would be necessary for
the Swedish ship Divina, which The British Pilot, Mer. -D ritish criminal history. : me in case of need. H . bil

6 ovens Hog, wich Biligon, said that Another jury was then swowp in se of need, is Tesponsibility is to earn
With the tritich’ | | just before the|to hear the new indictment to money ... mine is to see that some of it is made
a bmarine DON’T MISS IT. SIR collision he saw | which Hume pleaded guilty. available to meet the premiums as they fall due,
Truculent in the ed anaoea white Wight a al The new indictment was that “TE ; ‘11s }
Thames Estuary | PATRICK HASTINGS! white light Oni os tad lanes Gs Ganson he s ] had 10t been willing to play my part, my
on January 12. lls the TALE OF THE thought it was | disposing of Setty’s body from au usband would have found it impossible to provide

The Trucuient | tells the PALE Ms *) @ small craft.” | aeroplane, The piea that helped to| the financial protection that our family needs.”
sank with the | STOLEN PEARLS in He gave the} cave Hume was his description of | :

loss of 64 lives mate the order | how three London gangsters had|

after the crash. hired him for £150 to drop pap-! THE

The Admiralty | cate. Asked ~ = . © | eels of counterfeit printing plate:
writ claimed | Order your copy Today hought tat | into the sea. They had brought |
camages for “the = was going to get they |

y al age {the parcel to his flat, but
tes of effects, of from your local agent. ak seni! wakes t

as contained .not plates for forging} s
naval end civil- out any collision, | petrol’ cpypons, "but thé cut” up! INSURANCE : com PANY,

Monday’s Evening Advo-

hange cour











|
|
fan officers and : Mr, Ellison re-| body of the dealer. The prosecutor | pa
crew” in the Truculent collis- 7 Se a, a lal j alleged that the gangsters were al HEAD OFFICs (Established 1887) TORONTO, CANADA
Sarlier to-day, the Swedish he did. Hoe oan h 5 7 to tar- Meeting eedaied ead that tone »| 3 "
ceneere in Sandee, Herr beard ony er He explained se | accepted the parcels, thinking| Ww. s. MONROE a €o., Lid.-Agents.
Ss ¢ > org, opened an in- t Was the dt xf the other ships ‘ — . arative o
tae aaa on behaif according t srnational Rule toed é ee eee | Peter De Verteville
of the Swedish authorities. to give way, and he expected that } :



r he

This inquiry, he said pure- omer When he found what they dic} Chief Representative.
ly administrative to find Ell i ot | contain, he jwag in a dilemma. be. |

nat had happened and wil ) t 1use he knew at i » failed tc |
1a sccced galt te tena | boarty Wet te Uileck: fee’ Be os Clyde L. Walcott

uring his evidence vith men who would 1










the Divinia’s Captain, K. B I It wae t lack ni



}4 | i to murder him, his ows } Agent
p EF 1 ‘EE yesterday, mmerberg, said that his ship I never sa the re t at lL.” | life would not have been worth a
\NE RELIEF COMMITTEE | Hommerberg, said th is if i } ii yuld not he V i *
t stled : a “ wag ai ; P ne iad only a radio telephone which Reuter. . “ ment’s grace.—Reuter New Phone 4317 - High Street ~_ P.O. Box 102.
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Br aite is standing addressing the Committes @ Surry Oo ee 9





PAGE TWO





THE REMAINING two r

Michelin and Mrs. Dow g retur
shows left to right:—-Mr. Vere
Elliot Williams, Mr

IS Excellency the Governor
was at the St. Lucy Alms
house yesterday and the Board of
Guardians conducted His Excel-
‘

lency on a tour of inspection of
the Institution.



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Passed Exam.
EWS has been received
Mr. F. G. Smith has pass
his Examination in Roman Law
Mr. Smith, formerly on the staff
of the Combermere Schooi is
reading Law in England.
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Returning on February
RS. R. R. M. Carpenter
Wilmington, Delaware who

fiew with her husba to Barba-
dos last year is returning in Feb-
ruary and will again be in resi-
dence at’ the Four Wings Clut
The party will include Mr
Mrs. Richard D. Morgan, }

+hat

3

now

af













s. John M. Morgan ar
1d Mrs. Everett Hawley
«
lo Promote Export Trade

long with ’
M.B.E. He is on a mission for
Board of Trade, England, as we



mote export trade bet,
Britain and the coun
tney visit

to nineteen

and they

countr



d

AWlett is also Vice-Presi-
dent-of the Iron and Steel Insti-
tute and while here he is a guest
a Carrabank.

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On Caribbean Tour
R. LEO SWEENEY, President
: and General Manager

7. ana

a



Interested In Art



he USA
Saskatchew
nioitions whict
y Summer

and Mrs. James are spend-
ing the winter in Barbados and are
taying at the Hastings Hotel

Art Officer Retu rns

MM“ JOHN HARRISON
i Officer of the Br

Ush Coun
clu with er in






Art

head








jos, feturned fror af by

B.W.LA. on Monday after spend-

ing three weeks in that colony

Going @ holiday course for teach-

ers. He is staying at the Y.M.C.A
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Radio Amateur

R. AND MRS. STANLEY

Knowles of Port-of-Spain are
in Barbados for a short holiday
Perhaps to the Radio Amateurs of
this island Mr. Knowfes will be
better-known as VP4TI. They aro
Staying at the Hotel Royal and
will be here for afew weeks

i i ce
AIR ca Rcaindnge. waeieovahnem ae
re

ers of the Polo team





Colin Deane, Mrs. Hert
Mrs. Michelin was.won by the Barbados team in t







f the |



Carib Calling |

ed

yesterday

from Venezuela
Mr. Lee é

, Mr

Dowding a





Leaving AngtiuaOn Sunday

R. Harold Harney, Registrar

ua has been appoint-

Magistrate, Si

fr. and Mrs. Harney leave

Antigua on Sunday.
. .





tional

=
G. G. Dobson
Dina also leave
, for the United
, Mr.

and Mrs









Once Again

af are
4 Dr. Le H







giad to

Cricket Fan
Russell Belizaii











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For Installation Ceremony
M’ B. C. PERSAUD, Civil
4 Servant of B h Guiana
i i t leave left
y evening by B.W.LA.



on We

for Trinidad on his way to Jama-
ica He had spent about two
holiday here and was



months’

g at Indramer Guest House,



to Jamai-;

of Herd
Alice.







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Electrician Here From

in
with



rt Com-
lar : now in
Guest Hi

ved here

ASe



me

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ver i eaith re r faspending the Christmas holidays

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Valois Smith of

Will ‘Com

M* and Mrs





DO A SE

nd Col.
t match against Caracas combined teams

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THE BARBADOS ADVOCATE

LE CR,
.

Lee Deane and Elliot Williams along with Mrs.
Picture taken at Seawell Airport
Herbert Dowding, Mrs. Michelin, Mr

R. T. Michelin. Cup held by

Wedding

N Sunday afternoon at the St
James Parish Church Miss
Dorothy Thomas was married to
Mr. Godfrey Everard Haynes of
Holetown, St. James. The bride
was given in marriage by her
cousin Mr. Oliver Myles. She
presented a beautiful picture in a
dress of figured ferrone, her head-
dress was kept in place by
bunches of for-get-me-knots, and
she carried a bouquet of anthu-
rium lilies and Queen Ann’s lace.
The bridesmaids were the Misses
Julia and Ruth Lashley. The
er girls were Miss R. Drakes
O. Redman.
he ceremony which was fully
ioral with Mr. A. G. Rocheford
the organ, was performed by
on A. W. Johnson. The best-
was Mr. Oscar Cyrus.
ion was held at the
bride’s mother at
ts Village, St. James.












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On Honeymoon
AND MRS. ADOLPHOS
nez of Caracas Vene-
in Barbados on
oon. They arrived
ning by B.WIA.,
are staying at
House.
cashier of the
uck Company in

and
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R. AND MRS. JOHN WALSH
of New York were arrivals
yesterday evening by B.W.LA.,
from Trinidad intransit to
Dominica where they are going «0
a visit.

Mr. Walsh is proprietor cof
John D. Walsh & Co. Agents for
Shippers of Essential Oils.

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Second Visit
ISS JOAN CHIMMING, typ-
of the Trinidad Match
Port-of-Spain, is now in
os on her second visit to
land. She arrived over the
nd by B.W.1A. for about
eks’ holiday and is stay-
t “Leaton-on-Sea”, The



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Comings and Goings
y R. Frank Storms who is with

the Iron Mines of Venezuela

arrived yesterday to spend ap-
proximately ten days at the Ocean
jy View Hotel. He is accompaniea
his wife and they have been to
Barbados several times before.

a * ~
Miss Lilia Peters, who has been

with her family in St. Lucia re-
turned to school at the Ursuline
Convent yesterday.

* ~ 7
Mr. A. J. Donald, Represen-
ative of Fitzpatrick Graham and
Co. stationed in Trinidad is here
on a few days’ business visit. He



Smith, an employee off @'tived yeterday morning by

C.P.13 said that this was their’ B.W.1.A. ® e
first visit to Barbados and they E .
had certainly entered it He spthe Mr. Henry Abraham, Michelin
high he hospitality extended Representative in the West Indies
to I wife and himself and was 2!so arrived yesterday morning

f to another visit by B.W.I.A.

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«<>» «<> Mr. L. F. Zettel, Export Sales

A Frequent Visitor
OMMANDER C. H. Hayward,
M.B.E., who served in both
s well as in both the
and British Navy, is
in Barbados on a short visit,
and is a guest at “Cacrabank”
As well as being a very well-
k n Engineer, Commander
Hayward is a Member of the Inst
of Mechanical Engineers, and is
also Mexican Consul for Trinidad
and Barbados as well as British
Guiana and the other B.W.I.
Islands, and is equally well known
in Mexico and Peru as he is here.

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American

Dack



Engineer of Barber-Greene Com-
pany of Aurora, Illinois arrived
yesterday morning by B.W.I.A
from St. Lucia. He has just come
from Guadeloupe and Martinique
where his Company is in charge of
the construction of new airfields
and roads in those Colonies. He
expects to leave for Trinidad on
Sunday.

- .

MR. Edgar Watson of the Sur-
veyor Salvage Association in
London, is on his way to Santa
Domingo from St. Lucia and has
come here for a visa. He arrived
yesterday by B.W.I.A.

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New Novel Coming '
NEW YORK. (By Mail),
Ernest Hemingway is now com
pleting the final pages of a nev
novel which will be pubilishe.
early in March.

This new book, Hemingway
frst since “FOR WHOM THi
BELL TOLLS” .which was put

lished in 1940, was begun unde.
most unusual cire lances

Last February, while shootin
wild-fowl in Italy, Hemingwa
was the victim of a strange acci-
dent.

A tiny fragment of shotgur
wadding fell into his eye and 1
presence was not discovered for
several days; by this time blood
poisoning had set in, and it sprea:
so rapidly and so virulently tha
Mr. Hemingway’s doctor dispairec
of his recovery. He was given «é
short time io live.

For some years prior tu the acci-
Jent, Mr. Herunyway had beca ai
work on a boe« cf lary: »r>por-
tions, which he knew he ceula ne
finish in a short time.

He therefore set this work aside
2nd began immediately to write «
novel which had been taking forn
n his mind; many of Heming-
way’s important works had been
written under such pressure—
“The Sun Also Rises” was written
in Valencia, Madrid and Paris
in six weeks; on a single day in
Madrid when the bull fights hac
been snowed out in May, he hac
written three memorable shori
stories; “The Killers”, before

breakfast, “Ten Indians” after,
lunch, and “Today is Friday” that)
night, |

Hemingway confounded his

doctors and threw off his illness. |
but, the impetus to complete the!
novel stayed with him. He has de-
voted his entire time to it without

interruption for the past eight] ~” On the way from London t

months. And it has grown into a; {he King’s nephew, to her relatives in Austri

full-length book. The final mant-| wood, formerly Miss Marion Stein.

script will shortly be delivered to

about a fortnight.—Express
his publishers.



A Woman Who Went Too Far

SIX CRIMINAL WOMEN } flowing with money.
Elizabeth Jenkins. Sampson |

Low 10s. 6d, 224 pages

MRS. BORRODAILE ought to
have known better. The rose-pink |
brochure, the slogan “Beautiful)
forever!” above all the compelling
personality of Madame Rachel|
were too much for the small
remnants of common sense the
widow possessed.

And if as Madame alleged Lord
Ranelagh really were enamoured|
of her was it not worth while to/
invest ten guineas in a flask of}
the Magnetic Rock Dew Water of}
the Sahara, or even a thousand)
guineas in the Royal Bridal
Toilet Cabinet?

Yes. Madame’s prices were high;
but she had no lack of clients. It}

By

shop at 47a. Bond Street,

for the season).

because once,
membered her despair,

She was illiterate, had
three times married, had
children, smoked cigars
customers were not about),
the had brains.
is one can say
the worst of Elizabeth Jenkin

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MADAM LA ZONGA
CALYPSOES by Charmer and Prowler
LISLE JORDAN — 10-Year-Old Jitterbug Wonder

CALLING ALL JITTERBUGGERS & ARTISTES
FOR AUDITION SUNDAY —9 a.m.

Grand Jitterbug Final — Wednesday Ist February

SILVER CUP to be won ard Selection of Barbados
King and Queen of JIVERS.

Mrs. Hossewife

Do not let the Electric Cuts harass you

We can supply - - -
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There was enough to keep the
the
house in Maddox Street Madame’s
pair of high-stepping bays, and
her box at Covent Garden (£400

For beauty women were pre-
pared to pay, to sacrifice to be-
lieve! Rachel knew it very well
after scarlet fever
she had lost all her hair. She re-

























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seven
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pay, JANUARY 27, 1950

&,AndrewF lood Victims






iced Shelter From Rain

=; D.A. Foster and L. E. R. Gill, representatives of the}
SSi >. . es

ish of St. Andrew in the House, spoke on the Resolution
‘ $1 700 for the repairs of School Buildings on Tuesday.






















. : I would like to take week ago to-day this question of
fam where the Leader of the the Mount Tabor School was raised
rom Jeft off. i take it that by the honourable senior member
has rable senior member for St. John and the honourable
Pon had not got to his senior member for St. Joseph was’
en on the last occa- somewhat surprised that the ques-
Tabor School would tion should have been raised in
in the same position as view of the fact that the parish of
her place in other parishes St. John had been well treated.
P suffered as a result of the The parish had been visited not
Honourable mem- only by the Colonial Secretary and

Se tibet that when this by the honourable member, but
wil ot he flood damage was also by the Governor. You can
, jdered by this House, well imagine the plight of St. An-
a arene of the people who drew which has had none of these
d that damage to their visits. A list was sent in asking
sleeping in the Insti- for a little more than $4,000 to
5 His Honour the Speaker assist the unfortunate people; that
say me out that we passed list was so much mutilated that
the parish of St. Andrew it was almost unrecognizable as
9 or three months ago part of the original list which was
tw ed him that certain sent in, and the paltry sum of
eal lying on the ground, $1,036 was dished out to assist
one cent had been voted , these poor people who had suffer-

Mou!







HERBERT MORRISON, No. 2 man in Britain’s Soc
coming General Election, contrives to look at home

















































i eople. ed materially.
—— | from what I have
ish of St. Andrew
t ee have invited four in
of the Executive Com- | ally
come down to St. An-
and see the damage, and
ds of excuses were made. |
smber told me “I will be
about 5 o'clock” but 5

e
S

ering bits of furniture.

Cardboard

league, the honour-; of the water;
a Seesaber for St. An-/through the

nd see the suffering of the |house was very badl
: tte people whose houses and out of the rem

these people are in the | which the owner, her niece and

ihe masses are existing; the | not be used
of the English language | houses; they have collected ap-
my view of those | proximately $800,000 and the

ps. Ihave a list here ask-| parish of St. Andrew which had
£24,000 and the estimate by | manufactured an average of 7,200
ve pment is $1,036. Today tons of sugar over the past three
Government , want to} years, had contributed about
perts $20,000 and théy/ $52,000. An allocation has been
land to help these destitute] made from the Labour Welfare
fering people. One indi-| Fund at the rate of $1.50 per head
given $5, another $10} of population, and St. Andrew
wr $20; $100 worth of/ with a population of approxi-
bday is what a strong} mately 7,000 has been given a
ty under his arms. Ij} playing field and recreation hall
purable members to| at a cost of approximately $11,000.
to St. Andrew by day-|I repeat: I do not see why some

in repairing these

"

frow and see the condi-| of that money could not be used
der which the poor people} in helping these unfortunate peo-
re are living. ple who cannot help themselves,
Governor I should like to draw to the at-
it before the matter] tention of the Government that
Secretary of State'!the Hurricane Relief Committee
Inditions will catch the appointed to render assistance in
fis Excellency the Gov-| St. Andrew employed certain men
| hope that he will come|to clear the roadways and these
see the suffering of men have not been remunerated
e and be convinced of] for their services. I do think that
fate conditions under} they are entitled to some remun-
fy are suffering when} eration for coming to the assist-
6 those who claim to be} ance of the Committee and mak-
iting the masses. I invite|ing the roads;passable, I accept
lency to come down and | the word of the honourable senior





condition of the suffering | member for St. Joseph that the
Mr. Chairman, I share the| Government had in mind the
of these people because I| question of the repair of the
it they are suffering and} Mount Tabor School before the

my heart to speak of it.
that the Government will

honourable senior member for St.
John mentioned it, and now that
they work in haste in re-| the honourable member does know
hese people. Nearly six! about conditions in St. Andrew,
elapsed since the'he will take steps to relieve them
and these poor, des- | so that these people will be able
ple have not been at-' to take shelter from rain and wind.
fT have drawn the mat-' After all, to be living in houses
ea ention of Mr. Speaker : such as those in which I saw peo-
ope that the Government ; ple living is detrimental to health
immediate action and} We want to have a contented com-
the rescue of these poor, {munity and I think it is in our
people. interest to relieve suffering of the

kind which has been mentioned,
Accident and put these people back in the
: Thad hoped that the | position in which they were before
ith which the Government |} this unfortunate calamity. | I hope
relation to the Mount | that something concrete will result
thool was by design but} out of the few remarks which I
ly it was by accident. A have had to make,

LEEWARDS
REFORM

























Hutton

For Divorce

3 ) 5 i Jan. 26
AO D, Jan, 26. | ST. JOHNS, Antigua ;
ao ar pee - old| The Constitutional Reform
bombshell” of the films, |Committee under the Chairman-
4 suit for divorce, alleg-|Ship of Mr. J. Conrad Wooding

@ cruelty”, according to jhave submitted a report to Gov-

T. ernment. Antigua was represent-
band, Ted Briskin, is a led by Honourable V. C. Bird and
har. H. O. Pratt, Elected members.
wemient is said to have|Hon A, Moody-Stewart, Nomin-
ed upon, lated unofficial member. St.
week Briskin (31) dis- | Kitts—Hon C. A. Evelyn, nomin-

they had separated for | ated and official member. Elected
time. | members from this island did not

|take part as they had hitherto

° B xpressed their re. = =

: 5 terms of reference shoulc e
— affles | widened, Montserrat - T.M.
Doctors Peters and J. W. R. Perkins,
| (Elected);. Hon. A. W. Griffin,

INHAGEN, Jan, 26 nominated unofficial member.

i ; T yin was secretary.
TOUS Epidemic of sick- | Mr. H., T. Elwin was

Sweeping Denmark at
_ «Stole Sheep

tt time has the doctors
mptoms are given as | J at
Nause; - »na| . Alberton Reid of Mount Friend
gt” eon ol ship, St. Michael was put on pro-
@ few days oma" | bation for 18 months yesterday
sr | by His Worship Mr. E. A. McLeod

Ly ie
7 own medical for the larceny of two sheep
le moment is valued at £3. 15/-

d.—Reuter,

VIM



pre-
a few!



I am_ speaking
seen in the par-
; and in at least
tances I saw houses actu-
lying flat on the ground cov-

At Greenland there is a house
the roof of which is patched with
e has not yet come. I tele- |, cardboard so as to keep out some
you can see the sky
roof of that house.
and asked him to come/In King Street, St. Andrew, a
y damaged
ains the owner
Mown down. I repeat that has made a temporary shelter in








Yorkshire.—Express



(@ from page 1)
look after indentured labour. He
the fight against indentured labou:
and the abuses on sugar.
Pandit Nehru, Prime

Minister
of India, has sent

the followin;
reply to Prime Minister, Clemen

n to-day. My colleague | infant child were risiding. I hope} Attlee’s message of good wish«
Bil you that the water ran j; that the Government will act with] on the inauguration of the Indiar
cheeks when he saw the /a_ little Speed in relieving the! Repupisce:
ign of these people. * The | plight of these people in St. An- “On behalf of the Government
who claim to be the repre-!drew. I do not see why some of | of India, I thank you and youl
es of the masses should | the money which has accumulated colleagues for your message oi
rotten conditions under | to the Labour Welfare Fund could 1

good wishes, for the happiness ana
prosperity of the Indian people
under the new constitution, W:
trust that the close friendly rela-
tions that have existed between
the Commonwealth of Nations ana

India, will continue between thy
Indian Republic and the other
free nations of the Common-

wealth.”

Prime Minister, Clement Attlee.
said tonight that it would alway:
be a matter of pride to the Britist
that Indians had learned the prin-
ciples of Democracy from Britain

“May India be in Asia a light
of democracy, freedom and socia.
justice”, he said.

Mr. Attlee, speaking at a meet-
ing of the India League in Lon-
don, said, “we are meeting today
to celebrate an event of great
historic importance, the inaugura-
tion of the Indian Republic,
member State of the free and
equal fellowship of the British
Commonwealth, During the years
in which I have been Prime Min-
ister, the journey of India to full
Self-Government has been accom-

plished. That journey, began
many years ago, the creation of :
great Democratic State in a coun-
try of 3000,000,000 souls, is nc
easy task.

“In accomplishing it, the British
and Indians have both made thei
contribution. The fact that there
have been disputes and difficulties
between the British and Indian:
should not hide from us the fact
that both races have made thei1
contribution. Indeed these ver:
controversies have been an essen-
tial part of the process, whereb}
the result has been obtained.

“Looking back over the years
Indians, I think, do not deny th«
work that was done by the Britis!
in welding together the parts ¢
this great sub-continent, and i:
training Indians in Self-Govern-
ment, and in the art of adminis-
tration, although they may think
that recognition of the right o1
self-determination should have
come earlier. British administra- |
tors, who were often in the past
in conflict with the advocates of |
Indian Nationalism, will not with-
hold their tribute of respect
those who were the protagonists
in pressing national claims,

“As the events which are still
the present to many of us pass
into history, we can judge them in
their right perspective and with
broader understanding. It will
always be a matter of pride to u
in this country, that Indians have
learned the principles of demo-
cracy from Britain, and that they
have to a large extent modelled
institutions upon those which we
have over the years worked out
in practice in this country. The
new constitution has been based
broadly on the principles and!
[practice of Western democracy,
and I think that the framers of
the constitution would themselves
agree that they have profited fron
the work done’ in previous years
by British and Indians who have
worked on Indian constitutional

problems.

“When the India Bill was passed |
by Parliament, India was left
completely free to choose her own

| constitution. She was also abso
| lutely free to choose whether or
not she would continue to be a}
member of the Commonwealth. |
She has chosen to be a Republic,
but shé has also chosen to remain

























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| fection

THE BARBA



ialist hierarchy
in a cowstall ‘v



Sir Hilary Proclaim

A Holiday

Ss

in the Commonwealth.

“The acceptance of this at the
eting of Prime Ministers of the
Commonwealth last year was an
event of historic importance, It
emphasised, not for the first time,
the flexibility of this great organ-
sation of free peoples, and demon-







rated that its strength lies in
he spirit rather than in any
formality .

No one, I think, least of “all
those who bear responsible office

India, will undertake the mag-
nitude of the problems which face
the India Government. There is
an immense amount of work to
be done in raising the standard of

life of the people. In the pressure
of this huge population the means
f life is very happy. India is
fortunate in having as her Prime
Minister, Pandit Nehru, a man
of high ideals, wide vision and
elfless devotion

I would like on this inauguration
day to send to the President of
the Republic, Pandit Nehru and
his colleagues in the Government
and all the people of India my
sincere wishes. May they enjoy
peace, prosperity, and happiness
in the years ahead. May India be
in Asia a light of democracy, free-
dom and social justice.”



DOS ADVOCATE



Ro
and party manager for the forth-
while on his New Year holiday in

Farley Hill
Old Barbados

Mansion

FOR SOME WEEKS readers of
this newspaper have been reading
that “Farley Hill,” in St. Peter is
for sale.

This old Barbadian mansion was
re-uilt and improved by Sir
Graham Briggs, for the entertain-
ment of Prince Alfred, Duke oi
Edinburgh who visited the island
in 1861.

James Anthony Froude,
historian who paid a visit to Sir
Graham in 1887 gave the following
description of the house:

“After keeping by the sea for





at the foot of a steep hill we

met our host, who transferred

me to his own carriage.

We still had four or five miles
to go through some cane fields
and among sugar mills. At the
end of them, we came to a grand
avenue of cabbage palms, a hun-
dred or a hundred and twenty
feet high. The avenue led up to
Sir Graham's house which stands
800 feet above the sea,

Rare Trees

of the island, was running wild,
though rare trees and. shrubs
survived from its ancient splen-
dour. Among them were two
Wellingtonians, as tall as the
palms but bent out of shape by



Before reading the proclama-
tion, Menon said, “the Indian
constitution we are adopting today
is the new state to endeavour to
promote international peace and
security, and maintain just and
endurable relations between
nations, While this particular

function is primarily a domestic
affair of the Indian community, it
is but natural we should wish,
and find it exhilarating, to share
our rejoicing with our friends-in
Portugal and other lands.”

South African Premier, Dr.
Malan, said India owed her in-
dependence to the wise states-
manship of Gandhi and Pandit
Nehru, who relied on negotiation
and discussion. to settle India’s
problems. In a message to Pandit
Nehru, he said of the new Indian
Republic: “On this momentous
day in Indian history, I send you
my good wishes on the proclama-
tion of the ideal for which the
people of India have long striven.”

Drees offered Holland’s con-
gratulations to India on entering
“this new and important phase of
one of the world’s oldest civilisa-|
tions. The Dutch people regard-|
ed Mahatma Gandhi as “a man!
who strove for goodness and per-
rather than power and|
wealth, and who demonstrated to |
the world the greatest moral force |
in history.”

CONTRACT FOR)

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the trade winds. Passing through
a hall among a litter of Carib
curiosities, we entered the draw-
ing room, a magnificent saloon
extending with various eompart-
ments over the greater part of the
ground floor storey. It was filled
with .rare and curious~ things,
gathered in the days when sugar
was a horn of plenty, and selected
with the finest taste, pictures,
engravings, gems, antiquarian
relics, books, maps and manu-
scripts,

A dining room

almost us

large, had once been the scene |
of hospitalities like those which |

are celebrated by Tom Cringle.
A board staircase of solid mahog
any led up from the hall, to long
galleries, out of which tbhedrooms
opened with cool deep balconies
and the universal green blinds. It
was a palace with which Aladdin
himself might have been satisfied,”

Policemen Get
More Boxes Soon

More shelters for Traffic Police-
men on point duty are anticipated.
Colonel R. T. Michelin, Com-
mussioner of Police, told the “Ad-
vocate” yesterday that he is now
erecting another shelter in the



| form of a large umbrella, for the

‘| T |
SEAWELL |

(@ from page 1)_
Harriman is $1,680,000. It is pro-
posed in due course to apply for
a supplementary grant under the
Colonial Development and Wel-
fare Act for an amount equivalent
to the difference between the
grant already approved by the
Secretary of State and the actual
cost for construction. The present
estimate includes an allowance of
L0% for contingencies, and it
1oped that there will be a saving.
The contract will provide that

is

10 duty will be charged on
materials, nor on equipment or
spare parts imported solely for
use on the contract and re-

exported within two months of its
completion. It will also provid?

| that no vehicle tax will be payable

espect of vehicles used solely

'on the site.

Expenditure incurred under
the authority of the Advance
Resolution No. 59 of 1949 will be
transferred as a charge to this
provision,

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an easier,
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point duty man
Monument.

This new shelter will be com-
pared with the other in Trafalgar
Square and then he will decide
which is the more suitable for
general use.

It is expected that the new
shelter will be erected on Mon-
day,

by the Nelson

2 Imprisoned
For Fraud
IN ROME

ROME, Jan. 26,

The Rome Court of Assizes to-
day ruled that it is not an offence
against monetary laws to make
false gold sovereigns.

The Court acquitted Artiro
Rampelli and Antonio Amerini of
a charge of counterfyiting.

They were instead sentenced to
two years each for fraud.

The Court*held that a counter-
feiting charge cannot be made in
respect of a money which is no
longer legal tendet,.—Ret*er,









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whether}

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faved with the problem
to buy an article for the price |
she thinks it is worth or for the
price demande by the seller,
which she thinks is exorbitant.

Articles like fish, eggs, firewood,
and cocoanuts are always wanted
in homes and here are the con-
| \wolled prices at present:

Flying fish—4c each (ex beach
or boat) and 5c each retailed.
Seine fish which includes m ack- |
erei, cavally, johns, jacks, sprats,
bointa, herring, and goat ‘fish—|
18c per Ib. (ex beach or boat)
and retailed 20c per lb.

Dolphin is to be sold at 20¢ per
Ib. (ex beach or boat) and retail-
ed at 24¢ per lb.

Eggs bring three prices. Other
than for breeding purposes—(a)
2 ozs. and under 6e each: (b)
over 2-ozs 8c each. Imperted
Canadian large grade “A” cost
10¢ each.

Cocoanuts are sold at $5.50 per
100 and 7e each retailed. Cut
wood is sold at 92c per 100 Ibe.

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was filed in February, 1949

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Director,
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ppear
nautics Board examiner
port the application
At the present time B.W.1
perate |
» Miami under charter to British |
Caribbean Airways
the
tariffs, which are being filed, have |
been approved by the Civil, Aer,
nautics
the B.C.A,. service will cease and |

own
Trinidad
for New York and other parts ot |
the
from Miami by rail or*American!
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Friday, January 27, 1950



Playfields Or Houses?

IN 1946 the United Kingdom Govern-
u entered an agreement with the West | fo; the drafting of regulations

to purchase their total exportable
surplus of sugar at an agreed price; and
was regulated by
certain conditions as to the distribution of
acess among various classes of workers in
the industry. From this cess allocations
were to be made to the rate of £1. 5s. I have heard the usually
per ton to a Price Stabilisation Fund, £1 | ME Wat torrent which must

the fixing of that price

ADVOGATE



Oil claimed the headlines at
last Tuesday's meeting of the
House of Assembly—and the jure
of the magic word prodtced
stormy scenes. Little “oil” was
poured on troubled waters—which
consisted of a bitter verbal duel

Leader of the House,

toa Rehabilitation Fund and 10/- to a La- have stung i ae of the

bour Welfare Fund. The accumulations
for three years has brought the total of the
Labour Welfare Fund to £167,000.

This fund was created for the purpose
of improving the living conditions of the
labourers in the sugar industry with hous-
ing to be given priority. A survey of the
houses in which these labourers live in any
part of this island will satisfy the most
casual observer that it was most appropri- | expert, or
ate that greater efforts should have been
made at improvement. For that matter,
housing in Barbados might well be regard-

ed as a blot on the reputation

have boasted. The scathing comments of

the Committee appointed in

serve as an accurate description and re-

know what had happened, in one
week, to necessitate the requir-
ing of the additional $17,000, and
how such a sum could possibly
be spent on the services of an
, between now
and March 3lst. The former At-
torney-General was accused by
Mr. Adams of deliberately dis-

the House. Mr. Walcott demand-
ed that the words be withdrawn
—to be met with a blunt refusal
from Mr. Adams. Previous to this
had come suggestions, hints, from
the Opposition side, that Govern-

of which we

March 1942

cord of this unsatisfactory condition. Setent had already decided on the

Yesterday a deputation consisting of
Mr. F. E. Bethell, M.C.P. of the St. Michael’s

Vestry, Mr. A. P. Cox of the

Vestry and Mr. S. G. Greenidge of the St.

| identity of the expert, and that
| the selectee could be 2 “friend”
of Party members. This was
strongly refuted by Mr. Adams,
who claimed that Government
merely wished to have the money
available to avoid any delay in

St. Joseph’s

THE BARBADOS ADVOCATE

OUL AND DERRY MORE JAP CHRISTIANS

TOKYO (By Mail)
THU

By Lee Wade

Mr. Dowding, Governments re-
quest for a “blank cheque” was
obnoxious, and he deplored the
fact tmat an eslumate was put for-
ward in such 2 fasi-
ion. “If we would use,” stormed
Mr. Dowding, “the common s¢nse
God gave us, we would get
somewhere. is -ré is no com-
mon sense in this Resolution.” He
argued that it should be simple
io ascertain the passage fares re-
quired to bring the experts here,
the cost of their accommodation
and salaries, add 10 per cent. for
eventualities, and there would
i ¢

pro-
portions. “Where there is oil”,
said Mr. Dowding, “there is dirt
—and plenty of it.” The House
finally passed the Resolution fox
$12,000, and the eight “Noes”

° were all on the Government side

of the table. Mr. Mapp had pre-
viously described the whole de-
bate as one big quibble—and in
this he was very right, fer a
great many people may have very
red faces should it be discovered,
which Heaven forbid, that there
is no oil worth drilling for 2
Barbados. From the tenseness of
Tuesday’s debate one could al-
most visualize this Colony as 3
budding second Aruba. Too much,
I fear, is going to be expected from
the expert, or experts. Oil wells
and all the mighty machinery
of oil production are not born
overnight.

In The Shadows

The meeting resumed at 5.39
p.m. In the gathering gloom and
shadows Mr. Branker advocated
that a native of the Colony should
receive preference in the training
courses to be provided in the Po-
lice Department and the Labour
Department. At this stage, work
at the reporter’s table became an
impossibility due to the darkness.
The Marshal of the House pro-
duced acetylene lamps at around
5.30, but inmost members found
the glare as great a nuisance as
the darkness. Later the Marshal,
obviously with the best of inten-
tions, placed a similar lamp on
the reporter’s table, and this col-

the sufferings of ignorunt, desti-
tute people, without homes or
cheker, He was

of his some a growth 0
what in spline Mr. Adamsjin Japan during i949

GENERAL DOUGLAS MACAR

by Mr.!, uarters in Tokyo foresee a U ,
table | NESE) it a Christian movement | REE eT rere a a

and 1950 than in re-|



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i : cent 3 ee . I Pre Cae EER Ee ge Er
with "Me. Fosters statements! In support of their i aoe 1h COLREN BERN FONG SUCAR-per a a
which certainiy suggested ‘tthe Religious and Cultural Resources divi-|! :
Si. Andrew had been simost °° cion of headquarters point out that: || -@LORNAADE NTE
si Soph eo eel 1 The number of Catholic catechumens| |, a
House bad come prepared for the | on June 30, 1949, was 29 cent. larger than ~

Si. Andrew matter, and produced | on the same date ip I

figures te prove what had already

been granted larger amounts than
they had claimed. However, it was
most apparent that there is still
considerable suffering and hard-
ship in this area—certainly suffic-
jent to warrant further aid from
public funds. Mr. Foster expressed of
his intention of appealing to H's

Excellency the Governor to visit

well as the

mediately forthcomimg. =
Mr. Mottley, as usual, provid-

member in the House—a feature
which seldom fails to annoy Mr.
Smith when that gentleman is in
the chair. Mr. Mottley, it would
seem, also has sources of infor-

al reports.

lesser degree, annoy Mr. Adams.
On the issue of Civil Service Ad-
ministration Mr. Adams stated
that he never ceased to wonder
“from what starry heights” the
Honourable member obtained his
information, to which Mr. Mottley
retorted that the Leader of the
House would have “to continue
to wonder”. On the matter of ‘he
recent appointment of a former
Director of Medical Services (in
Jamaica) to investigate the con-
ditions at the local hospital, Mr.
Mottley is expecting action—and
plenty of it. Unless glaring ex-
posures are made, the investiga-
tion, in his opinion, will have
proved to be nothing but a waste
of money. On this matter, Mr.

2. The Church of :
five-year programme 0
expected to result in an
of conversions; and

3. The influx of Christian.

istian literature and

churches.
In November 1949, to

at approximately
almost all Christian
gained their pre-war strength.

They pointed out it was impossible to give
: the exact total for - — country at a
carried almost every| given date because 0 e varying perio’
es Soodied as a statistical year in denomination-

the Episcopal Church follows
ar and its reports are as of
The Church of- Christ in
Japan reports as of March 31, and the Catho-
lic Church reports ‘as of June 30. eu

They also stressed that religious statistics
must be used with caution for comparative
purposes because they are based on varying
standards of computation.

Reports show that

For instance,
the calendar ye
December 31.

new em

Christ has launched a
evangelism
accelerated

that. is
growth
missionaries as

being given
ible distribution is
to result in an accelerated growth

tal church member-
the area should action not be im- p in Japan, these officials estimated, stood

i i 370,000 indicating that
denominations had re-

the total number of
churches for all denominations was 2,803 ana
the number of clergy, ordained and unor-
dained, was 6,129. During the 1
period covered by the various denomina-
tional reports some 37,477 persons were bap-
tized and the net gain to the Christian move-
ment is estimated to have been about 40,000.

The Catholic Church, which reported a
membership of 119,224 in 1940, said it had
130,388 adherents as of June 30, 1949.

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Jolin’s Vestry, interviewed His Excellency
the Governor in an attempt to solicit his
support in having the Labour Welfare
Fund administered.

The suggestion is being made that money
from the Welfare Fund should be spent in
providing playing-fields. No one denies
the benefit to be derived from playing-
fields or the right to proper recreation or
access to open spaces, especially when the
resultant benefit to health is considered.
But at the same time those who have
taken any, except a most superficial in-
terest in these matters will realise that
Barbados still boasts of an annual rainfall
of forty odd inches and there is an essen-
tial difference between a playing-field for
healthy recreation and a house in which to
shelter a body and to carry out those func-
tions consonant with the conventions of
society.

The public is yet to be told whether the
Labour Welfare Fund is being adminis-
tered by some government department or
whether there has been any committee or
board appointed to handle it or whether
it is being administered at all. That is the
justification for the approach to the Gov-
ernor by the gentlemen who visited Gov-
ernment House yesterday.

The question of the future price of sugar
is still to be settled between the British
Government and the West Indies but there

the event of the prorogat‘on of
the House. Mr. Crawford, in mov~-
ing that the amount be reduced
to $12,000, quite reasonably sug-
gested that the more money
that was available, 1
the expert or experts appoint-
ed would be likely to de- st
mand for their services, and him make Mr
the move was warmly seconded
by Mr. Garner. In the opinion of

eye

LONDON (By Mail).

Under a leaden London sky on
New Year’s day it is hard to
realize that a mere fortnight ago
one was still basking in the ra~-
diant sunshine of the West Indies.
I arrived home in England laden
with Christmas presents from the
Caribbean—rum, straw-ware, em-
broidery and all the fascinating
knick-knacks that tourists collect
in the West Indies. But my most
precious souvenirs were those
which took up no space at all m
my luggage — memories of blue
skies, exotic landscapes and
kindly, warm-hearted, lovable
| people. Before the New Year is
far advanced I want to send a
message of gratitude and appre-
ciation, with my best wishes for
1950, to the many good friends
and acquaintances I made :iuring
the crowded weeks of my concert
tour.

I can only hope that in the
recitals and broadcasts — nearly
forty of them—which I gave in
the Caribbean, something of last-
ing value may have been
achieved. I can only hope 80;
but with more assurance ! can
say that to me the experience
has been of inestimable value,

eee EC COLL ai, een

meadow where

umnist has been suffering from
trouble ever since.
business in the after tea period
was an impassioned speech from
Mr. Foster on the plight of the
the more victims of the September floods in
the parish of St. Andrew.
strongest speech that I have hear i

to fellow members to visit St.
Andrew and see for





FREDERICK FULLER

see a lovely fairy glade, a small
tranquil lake, a pleasant, green

dancing, and where at the call

Keith Walcott was of the opinion
that a man from the U.K. or
Canada would have been prefer-
able.

_ Taking up his duties for the
first time, newly appointed Mar-
shal of the House, Mr. Gordon
Brathwaite, did his job with dig-

Major

In the

Foster appealed
carrying the Mace, was a little

themselves on the slow side.

|





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1
}

ly 200,000 members in Japan proper in 1940,
now reports 201,321.

was founded in 1871 by
of the Eastern Orthodox Church tradition, |
however, appears to have lost support. | %
nity and poise, but his gait, when; Against 41,000 members in 1940, it now has| x

| 14349 adherents belonging to 167 churches. |

|the branches of that faith in the United

Protestantism, which claimed approximate-

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FREDERICK FULLER REMEMBERS 2%: vsieo'a?et pasttwo yeas,"

Headquarters officials say this denomina- | ¥

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were (s)trained on him, and no-| #0 has received little outside assistance and | %

one was conscious of anything or
anybody else in the room.” The



poet hardly expresses it more
happily:
Till the listener feels the room|

no more
But only music there.
: There could be no better evi-
dence of the innate, fundamenial
urge to music of the West Indian
than the indigenous music-making
—the calypso singers of Trinidad
and the east, with their genius
for improvisation and their really
magnificent rhythmic sense; the
steel bands, which produce a
musical something out of nothing;

they dig or load the fruit-boats.

It is a refreshing and a salutary
experience for a musician coming
from the sophisticated. musical at-
mosphere of Europe to spend some
time in a region where—apart of
course from the orthodox music
made by trained musicians—the
mass of the people are still in-
venting their own music and even
the rude instruments on which to
perform it. Let us hope that the
West Indies, in their very natural
eagerness to follow the musical

the nymphs are

that internal problems have retarded re-
covery and reconstruction.

tending 245 churches.
ters of whom, 236 are Japanese.

(66.6

During the 1948—49 church year, there

were 18,854 baptisms in the Catholic Church
and a net increase in membership of 11,154. |
The church reported on June 30, 1949, it had
a membership of 130,388, ministered by 593
priests including 179 Japanese. ,

The largest Protestant denomination, the

Church of Christ in Japan, baptized 10,831
in a year’s period preceding March 31, 1949,
but the increase in membership was 13,737
which presumably indicates that Japanese |
evacuees and returnees from overseas are
re-entering the churches The total mem-

678 unordained clergy. There are 409
women clergy of whom 87 are ordained.

The second largest Protestant denomina-

tion is the Episcopal Church, which reported
as of December 31, 1948, 25,522 members at-

In addition to the Church of Christ in

Japan and the Episcopal Church there were
33 Protestant denominations carrying on
missionary work in the country by June 1949.
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is no reason why this should delay the ad-

ministration of a fund which

accumulated a huge amount of money and
to which the 1948 allocation of £76,000 has
just been added. The gravamen of the
charge is emphasised and the condition of

musically as well as otherwise.
It will not be long, I feel sure,
before the musical world becomes
aware of the West Indies as a
region worthy of greater atten-
tion, with a musical individuality
of its own. There is a deep love
and understanding of music to
be found throughout the istands,

has already

things aggravated when it is realised that | perhaps most of all among the

nearly five months ago a tropical disturb-
ance wrought havoc and brought great dis-

people who have had little or no
training. At many of my concerts.
the eager look in the expressive
faces in front of me was most

of “come away”, these tiny fairy
bodies trip quickly to hide, and
peep out from behind the
bushes.” Another described the
dramatic ending of Schubert's
“Erl King”: “ .. . the pianist
stopped. and the singer was left
to bear the whole weight of the
end. Many seconds slipped by, the
audience sat silent, carried away
by the song, until the spell was
broken by a small child’s clap-
ping.” Over-flattering, I fear, but
se non e vero, e ben trovato. A

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ber of their churches is few and their mem-

Besides there are 27 churches without
denominational affiliation. Statistics for
these various groups are incomplete, but it is
estimated that altogether they have some 691
ministers, 661 churches and 46,697 members.

—LN.S.

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OUR FRIENDS AND CUSTOME a
ASKED TO CO-OPERATE BY SHUMS

tress amongst others, to workers in the
sugar industry for whose benefit this fund
was created.

Meanwhile people continue to be badly
housed and it is little comfort to be offered
open playing-fields when many of them
still live in over-ventilated hovels, some of
which have to be patched with newspapers.
The pressing need is not for playing-fields
but for repairs to houses and in many cases
for the houses.



OUR READERS SAY:



The British Council Is Doing Invaluable Work In Barbados

To The Editor, The Advocate
SIR,—During recent

umns, both as co
amd as feature articles,
and overt criticism of the mo-
tives, policy and personnel of
the British Council. Seldom, how-
ever, have the critics attempted
to present any constructive
assessment of the valuable and
ent work which the Brit-
Council has accomplished
since the institution in Barbados.
It appears to me that the critics
are generally ignorant of the
extent of the Council's assistance
to many agencies of progress in
the island.

The members of the staffs and
the senior pupils of the Second-
ary Schools are definitely earn-
est in their praise of the Coun-
ceil which has provided invalu-
able educational aids during the

been

cultural

Sonal
erhood, are

ture on

past three years. Hundreds off main in
teachers and technicians,

specialists and laymen, workers

and leisured folks, have used the ler’s delightful
facilities offered by the British to music
Council—the lending library (now joyable
regrettably closed), the reading cil has assiste

Se

“Membership of the
British Commonwealth”
the minds of
heard this eminent historian. Jt
was a work of art. Frederick Ful-

lovers a unique and en4
expe lence
ad m

touching. Over and over again 1
had that gratifying and satisty-
ing artistic experience of finding
a song of quiet, restrained
emotion strike home where more
flamboyant ones failed to do so.
Then there were the spontaneous
comments of both trained and
untrained listeners. I have sel-
dom had such a sense of the
worthwhileness of singing as I
had after reading a number of
essays written by school children
about one of my recitals. One
child wrote of Purcell’s “Nymphs
and Shepherds”: “. . . one could

Industrial

rooms, the films, the gramaphones atic productions and its portable
and records. Lovers of Literature
ent months and the Fine Arts (representa-
there has appeared in your col- tive of the whole island commun-

ence ity) have expressed warm appre-
veiled ciation of the catholicity of tastd
in cultural attainmepts as dis-
played at “Wakefield”, With the
assistance of the Council local Council's contritution to Barba-
committees have sponsored lec-
ture courses in a variety of sub~
jects which cannot be said to have
influenced tly any desirq
to enforce British Culture upon
unwilling Barbadians,

Im addition to the routine work
of assisting local educational and
projects the
Council has brought to the island
lecturers and visitors whose per=
reputations, and
genuine interest in world broth- British Council
beyond vr
Professor Vincent

Stage has been used by many
local groups. Its interest in Drama
has not been sufficiently realised
because there is little local
organisations in this field.

Any recital of the British
dian progress would be incomplete
without some reference to the
number of Barbadians who have
been granted scholarships which
have enabled them to qualify for
special posts, thereby increasing
their efficiency as citizens. The
Public Library, Harrison College,
Lodge School, Combermere School,
Erdiston Training College, The
Department of Education, have
all been improved by the training
of personnel through funds of the

British

whose

question.
Harlow's lec-



Criticism has ofte
levelled against the Cox
effect that its officers attempt to
“advertise” Britain. Critics should
realise that the British taxpavers
provide the funds of the Council,

i been

will re=
all who

singing brought

turns from their money Th

c
advertisement of Britai

The

any local dram~« Council, seen

Coun-

third child wrote “. .. All eyes

What’s on Today

Arts and Crafts Exhibition,
Queen’s Park 10,00 a.m.

Meeting, Legislative Council
at 2.00 p.m.
Mobile Cinema, Government

Philip at 7.30 p.m,



cil in the ¢

and they are entitled to some re-. y

Schools, St.



London Express Service,







trated on turning good friends of
Britain into better friends—a
function, the example of which
may be followed with advantage
by any peopl-. Incidentally, the
work of the British Council in the
West Indies has helped to remove
Some ignorance of this area which
for too long has existed in Britain,
Surely more can be done—by both
sides, so that by friendship and

co-operation general progress may
be achieved. ne

or floods.”

a further shortage.

WEST INDIAN.
Difficulties
To The Editor, The Advocate
SIR,—In reply to a letter ap-
pearing in Sunday’s issue of your

paper signed “A St
Resident,’

deliveries and I
James
one paragraph reads:— Manner, neither is

for the |

ias



are the party

ay, and the

usery &@





West Commanders Protest

letter of protest to the Russian authorities
against the recent traffic holdup at Marien-

| berg it was reported b: ;
lon Thu Ay por y Reuter from Berlin

the gangs of Jamaican worker as . :

ht side ‘thebr Gira aeenaies a.| bership is 129,102, with 1,339 ordained and
i
'
1

|G
| mandant in Berlin, accused the Russians of

| “thwarting the intentions of the Forei i
P orei -
‘isters as expressed in Paris”. “ee

later.

care of any emergency other than
earthquakes and devastating fires

I would like to print out that
during the war and after, equip-
ment of this kind was in. shert
supply, and only a few cays I
read in the paper where there is

I understand some time ago Mr.
Smith had to go to England to
urge the delivery of the very
equipment which is now damaged.
I am not defending Mr. Smith or
the Electric Company, but as an
importer of certain equipment I
know how difficult it is to get
don't think Mr
Smith should be criticised in this

he responsible

The three, Western commandants sent a

The letter, which was addressed to Major-
eneral Alexander Kotikov, Soviet Coan.

The text of the letter will be released|



Not Much Hope

To The Editar, The Advocate,

SIR,—Your article in the “Ad-
vocate” of the 25th inst. on Road
Safety recalls a warning that is
stressed in some countries but is
not generally put into practice in
Barbados viz., the necessity for a
car travelling in the opposite di-
rection to a bus, which has stopped
to put down passengers, to slow
down and proceed with the ut-
most care.

May I quote an example, a not
unlikely happening; a Stationary
bus stops opposite the house of a
child passenger, who, in spite of
all previous warning it has re-
ceived, runs impulsively behind
the bus across the road in the ex-
citement of getting home. I have
seen it happen many times. A
ar ming from the opposite di-



3 is causing

facture



el rection p the bus without |
SPRINGER slowing dov at perhaps thirty |
or more per hour There |
is nuch hope for that child
St €
t A. E. BELL

1%

ACCORDINGLY: ~~

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$9$99999966599999090905 5990F 605



MILK-FED CHICKENS
MILK-FED TURKEYS
AUSTRALIAN RABBITS
LAMB CHOPS

VEAL CHOPS

OX TONGUES

OX TAIL

FISH CAKES, per tin 12c.
pene < a CORNFLAKES—

Large tins MAGNET PEAS
—30c.



GRAPE FRUIT, each—fSc.
ORANGES, each—4c.
CARROTS, per lb. — 20c.
LIMES, each—2c.

BEET ROOT, per lb. — 16c.
CABBAGE, per lb. — 24c.



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; / . of Rae's
meer anid her our of at tn all the exhibition ‘sgiieiael Worst In Years thowsands, ¢ eee te 7 CHRIST CHURCH oe te 17. Then came the a

MEADOR: mr Oh EY: Btn ie oe ‘ease wena &, Stand o e innings between

yellow pullover and slack — is re ay ge tM MOST of the Captains of | Housing Board. : . id th The loss of seven boards and/ Bartlett and C. F, Browne, a ¢é

very pleasing. ata foals ti $100 and pri x range} iMtercolonial craft arriving at|_ Mr. C. A. Braithwaite: sald : 4 three sheets of galvanize was re- partnership which yielded 114

% BR. Broogh i ae 97.80 The ~ ithe ae Barbados during this month, said} Government had certainly tq | Ported by Valda Chase of St. runs, Bartlett’s innings of 61 was

4 of ‘the 9 gia cect: manne! ae aaah anil Wier Ped that this month’s weather was the emt Se bai bee thes tea edn ee The axiielee weap Lt Gelighttul. arene susvined him

res res é C Sa ay b= va - hs i i iain ; ’ fF rom e residence o: eien | however, and was §&
of this year’s exhibition is the ruary 4th and is open from 10) Worst they have experienced in no assistance. ; nl 8 coed Ma

Pens—are perhaps the most at-



emergence of Broodhagen as a

ay Stay Wednesday.
landscape and portrait painter.| on Sundays), Penang ae ot eee government. He thought they A Fire of unknown origin broke
He is perhaps at his happiest arrived here on Wednesday even-| Should be castigated. out at Fair View Tenantry at} ,, ’ “ T VE
in his portraits—as would be eee ing, said—“it was the worst I have = Me ar penne, sare aoe 2.08 ra 5a Sorry | can’t see you!
natural in a Sculptor—and his a t si has ili jg | Teherred to a aa an estroy oles Of Hits :
portrait entitled “Darkie” is an More Young Women ns beni have been sailing this September 23, saying that on}ecrop ripe canes belonging to

interesting and weil #4
Study. The modelling and
colouring of the features are

Another of

particularly good,
this portrait studies

4 entitled When etween Trinidad and ’ sh : i
"The Village Game” shows a REIRHG: 18 Starung Up again, as Grenada, squall after squall aA eeies cree cre nk ae SS
; BFoup of card players (or| Meter batch is io Pe Sent tO} struck the ship. The jib was blown in order to ensure that there was ST. THOMAS Don’t be sorry —
Samblers!) under a tree, A Sogiannh Ch ee) WO HOCIRL) ay and the captain made for]a uniform assessment, Be safe using Amolin. «
Pleasing landscape is entitled masere OMickr wold the “AAVOn)Gieiada, Pie days were spent at} Mr. R. A. McKenzie recalled] The Police are making investi- ne : :
Old Boiling House Hampton.” cate” yesteraay. : js | Grenada during which time re-| that in assessing, they had been | gations following a report made by | Prevents perspiration odors Aimolin
Felah de Kuh — Mrs. de| Fifteen will be going up this pairs to the jib were effected. advised to follow the standard the | Miriam Butcher . of Hopewell, | 4 poes not harm clothes abr oe
Kuh’s work needs no introduc-| time, bringing the number to Captain Lindo set sail for Barbados] Government was using at the} which stated that at about 1.00} 4 pees not irritate skin a
tion. She has been resident in} “rly-ihree, the amount asked Ol/again but the weather did not] Pine and put down $100.00 for} a.m. yesterday, while she was in .
Barbados for a considerable Barbados as part of a _ pilo. improve any. The “Rhoda L,”}each claimant. They had done bed, her house was set on fire. A mol 7 a |
and is well knovwn as an| Scheme. ..|encountered squalls from Monday | that. ro
artist and teacher. This year} All applicants must return their night until Tuesday morning. Al-|. Now the Government was try- ST. PETER REAM DEOO GRANT

she exhibits two drawings of
the Public Buildings as well as
4 still life,

Betty Jones — Daughter
and Mrs, ¢, &, Shepherd of
Colleton, is a pupil of Mrs. de
and an apt one to judge by
pencil study of the Pavilion
at Hastings,
tr Jordan — An interesting
Rew comer from Speightstown,
| Whose work shows more than
Average promise,

of Mr.

Ivan Payne id sending any selectee into the s . | doi A Fire of unknown origin at | of » oe 1 AGENTS.
‘ave to look to his laurels! Raglinh “winter, "aud the officer,| | THE designs for the new defini- nothing on they Knew | road View at about 12.45 p.m. on DAR OUEY, iti.
we — Another new- but this did not in any way affect| tive issue of Barbados stamps! “¥He also quoted Dr, Cummins ac Wecnescay ee a = aoe
Gon, 2, {he exhibition is the application as they were being|have been approved by His saying that of the 550 odd claime| 0! 4" acre of third crop :

Tment Architect and Town
{ning Officer with a portrait
Â¥Y Of his wife.

Heen Hamilton — Another artist
and teacher whose work is well
wn. This year she has only

ting exhibited — a and thirty. colours and designs of the stamps ns at the meeting were: Mr. H. A. | working at Andrew’s Factory. He ¥ Ou ever SAW si attaaile
'Study—she has also in the new. issue:-— an ae a aoe nite: a Uae treafed by Dr. Johnson,
ples of her excellent pottery, 1 cent—Grey—Dover Fort c _H. A, Melville | P-M.O., of the parish,

the late 7, * wl the « S
ose, onn an
broti ‘p nne a

Cureton of Neville Connell the Sat Down 3 cents—Brown/Green— mule, Sater bee weet sae a ee DRESS BUTTONS in the most
Museum of the Barbados _ | Buildings : : Injured Car morning. exquisite shades, designs and
Grovesnor Saco ested at the) aramc was held up for a while) 4 cents — Carmine—Nelson’s| . It was found entangled in some
Most ptr, senOol of Art. His on Roebuck Street yesterday} Statue Occupants Improving vines in a cane field by Timothy Styles suitable for any kind of
attractive exhibits are : Small, +
sti cae of Long Bay and a] .yddenl y sat down on_ its (Fishing) Patrick who were involved in the} It was stated in the Round-Up costume any time of day or night.
il te Flamboyants in a haunches. Drivers sounded their 3 cents — Blue/Purple/Brown| accident on Monday at the june- yesterday that Ashton Blackman of
Usual me latter has an un- horns but to no avail. ~Inter-Colonial Schooner | tion of Stoke Hole and My Lord’s| Roman C.C. captured 55 wickets
wal frame with a* strip of

Mirror surroy

, nding it. and it was finally unharnessed| are still at the General Hospital, have read: Blackman capturéd 55 SOUVENIR BILLFOLDS
Weta” > Miss Arne, Social] and four men lifted the animal 24 cents—Red/Black—Old Main| the “Advocate” learnt yesterday.) wickets and scored 300 runs,
inti. ouicer, shows four] out of the path of the waiting} 3.o7d Garrison 22a
one: Of the four the most} traffic. 48 cents—Violet—The Cathéaral ee made of real leather with map of
‘ ul are a sea picture en- eee eee } : ts — Green/Claret —
ti 9 . OF ” + 60 cents ' es
oe 1B: 25. 17 N — Lai Miss Joan Kysh of the Publicity Com- | Careenage Barbados engraved on the back.
rw." a really well con-| mittee yesterday corrected a stater $1.20 — Red/Olive — Wireless
ceived . "egg t day's |
Dosit; bicture both in com- é ae Masts !
Terre 24 colour and her “La! Ne** f taxi $2.40 — Black — Arms of the| The most nutritious Food that can be

rriciere”—a study of




: f COSTS bt old One of Purina’s best, and obtainabli: at - - - CAVE SHEPHERD & Co. Ltd.
Tison Colle; ne undryman of Eckstein Village| :
sat This fo ected a statement} yesterday fined 15/- in ij H. JASON JONES & CO., LTD. | 40, 11, 12 & 13 Broad Street
tures of yw} " ’ or in refault one month’s '
B82 Hoad mprisonment for using indecent
Test, p snags on Tader feides Rod @@SESBaSBHEBEBeBaeaa Saae8e civeniemaejuniilshsspaieis
ean pares ag oe WSSReaeaaaaeaa ns es







Peter and has three other

pictures on show.

am, to 6 p.m. on week-days not



For England
THE recruiting o1 young women
for qomesuc work in Nospitais ii

forms to the office of the Sociai
Welfare Officer, suitably filled in,
not later than February 10, said
the officer,

Over Six Hundred

She stated that since the re-
cruiting started, over six hundred
persons have applied. Of the
eighteen already sent to England,
reports from all concerned have
been good. Recruiting had been
stopped in the Autumn so as to

received all along.

Now that recruiting is starting
again, she advised that applicants
should send in their forms at
once. The age of applicants she
stressed, must be between eighteen

The Donkey

when a donkey pulling a cart

The donkey refused to get up










years.

The “Rhoda L.,” left Trinidad
for Barbados on Sunday, January
15, with 260 drums of gasoline
and one case of paint.

though the ship is equipped with
an auxiliary engine, the skipper
could not keep it from running
back, “The engine was of no use
in that weather,” he said.

The ship took about five days to
get from Grenada to Barbados.

NEW STAMPS
APPROVED



Majesty the King, and it is ex-
pected that the stamps will be
jissued in April or May. The
stamps have been designed and
will be printed by Messrs, Brad-
bury, Wilkinson and Co. Ltd. The
following are the denominations,

2 cents—Green — Sugar Cane
Breeding

6 cents — Blue — Casting Net

12 cents—Blue/Sepia — Flying)

Colony.

INDECENT LANGUAGE |







feet hi
possessed, and whose loss ran into | “°° high,

One would have \Howard of the same address on

expected better of the present

examination of returns already Keturah Clarke. The blaze ex-
received different standards of tended to an adjoining field and
estimates had been used in one} burnt 150 holes of first crop ripe
or two cases. The Government | canes belonging to Vincent

had therefore decided that an Phillips, None of the damage was





ing to make the Committee look
like little boys in the eyes of the
public.

McDonald Lucas fell from a
truck at about 9.00 p.m. on Wed-

Quoting from the Official Gaz- | "esday while on Mullins Road and
ette, Mr. McKenzie referred to a | Struck his head. He is now detain-
speech made by Mr. M. E, Cox} 4 at the General Hospital.
when Mr. Allder moved the ad-], It is understood that Lucas and
journment of the House to dis- | Wo other men were on the plat-
cuss the plight of flood sufferers} f0rm of the motor lorry S-232,
in St. John., Mr, Cox he said,|@tiven by Kenneth Broome of
had claimed that the Leader of | Queen Street. Lucas was holding
the House and the members of }2 COW. The lorry skidded wae |
the Executive were being accused | $0iN€ around a bend and Lucas
from the floor of the House far | fell.

do wi
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: belonging to A, B. Gilkes of the
thet. 8 foal teen ound nea same address. The ratoons were
not at all been in the flood area. | "°t insured. —

Had Dr. Cummins visited those ST. JOSEPH
areas at all, Mr. McKenzie asked.
Ruthwen Walker of Venture, St.

The Resolution was ther draft-
ed and passed John, injured his left hand while

Small Pig, belonging to
Dorian Taylor of Parris V: ,

. S. Brewer
S. Lawless

Mr. C. W. Cum Deshetch. Bae. |
Kenzie.
Horace Walton and his son

Hill Roads are slightly better and] at a cost of 300 runs. This should







had for Pigeons

Archer was soon taken by the
wicketkeeper off one

when his skipper declared,





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FRIDAY, JANUARY 27, 1950 THE BARBADOS ADVOCATE PAGE FIVE
ne ne nasi sis aii
se ' ;
| e . .
Raise Storm PARISH | Bagpipe Music PROPERT’S
Over Aid For ROUND-UP | *t Rocks To-night | ‘'
4 ‘
. ~ * When the Police Band render | SHOE CREAM
V ; ST. MI their programme at the Hasting’s
| Floed ictims } MICHAEL | Rocks tonight, the guest artist will '
| By mid-day yesterday many be Mr. Rossiter who will play a
THE Hurricane Relief Commit- | City Stores were closed. This is | few Scottish airs on his bagpipe. |
; {tee of St. Michael raised a storm | an unusual sight, especially in Mr. Rossiter who'is living here * ti
of protest yesterday’ as they dis-| Broad Street where the weekly | at present will play in memory of | i
itussed at the Vestry room what | half holiday is given on Saturdays. | his countryman Robert Burns the | | lish
they called a tack down by Gov-| These stores will now be open- | great Scottish Poet, who was born ; ciean S, po ts es
ernment in the policy of granting | ed durihg the whole day on Satur- | on January 25, 1859 and cied on/ :
relief to flood victims. day to meet the tourists that will | July 21, 1896. g i and preserves
| Principal cause of the protest | = ne ee the “Mauretania”. hate ee starts at f o'clock a raf ‘ . 7 ;
was the offer by Government to | Owing to this, a few more Ameri- | }* fp" MARCHES he r articies
the Vestry of $449.50 to cover ten | ¢an dollars will be circulated in (1) Seots Guard | all leat r icl
cases, The Committee said the | the City, — ot ae eet Wr" acheennal :
offer was an insult to the work | _ Six Indian Stores closed yester- | 9 ON: Il. Trovatore, } *
they had performed. day but in this case these Stores orem —_
Government said the $449.50 | Were specially closed in honour of | 2. SELECTION: The prin ths B ces ro!
was not intended to cover all} the Indian Republic Day. in| $ QVERTURE: Tancredi, “G. Ross": |
claims, as they had not yet de- Yesterday was Republic Day in| 5: v. ; ‘The Choristers, B. Phelps
sided on the method of ‘settling | 2dia as that country changed its| 6. FANTASEA: Guna pee
certain claims. Status from that of a Dominion to 7. TWO_BALLADS:"|"Y) Brwood
At the end of the meeting they a Republic. 5 : (In an Old-Fashioned Town, | \SSSSSSSSSSSSSesesseseeseeossoesessoosesseese
passed the following Resolu-| Mr. D. A. Thani told the “Ad-| 9°?” “® Ol" Fashio Ww ae
or, vocate” that in India the celebra- (ajo wee iiaascsi hace ie: S
8 “Be it resolved that the Hurri- | ‘ions will last for two days but | + vcrerss Be Tohr | ® ; ,
s, cane Relief Committee assembled | ?Wins to the small Indian popu-| 3. sptmcTiON: Bing Crosby et 8 --BROAD ST. ,
; é : at the Vestry room this 26th day ate in this island they are not Seniuer Deets ene ;
7 jot January, 1950, regret the fact | CClebrating. He said’ that the GOD SAVE THE KING
p CHILDREN meen’ whihered: ¢ aia : ; (that tHe unfortunate ople of large Indian community in Trini- Conductor; Capt. C. E. RAISON, .
‘ SCHOOL CHILD are s gathered around the paintings and drawings done by the Juvenile lot Michael pe | dad will also be keeping up the Director of Music
: Section of the Arts and Crafts Exhibition, which is open daily from 10 a.m. to € p.m. at the Queen’s | ineaes then does pena te day. He pointed out that this was| © p
Park house} owe | trict are yet without any ex gratia} °° of the biggest days in the his~ y g
; E hibiti N | I a les) grant-in-aid to oauiat ie the re- tory of India. The £ At The YMCA’ .
>, 4 i 1 101 , i placement of necessary household Most of the Indian Stores around ’ }
ear y Make Ready For articles, lost during the period of | the City had hoisted a tri-colour cuaaiaiee : a ie og yates Ney .
66 * 85 the flood which occurred August | flag with a wheeled Asoka in the Tal aes re “The LADIES’ Red, Tan and Navy Fancy Shoes, White
ll B b _ye Maur étania | 31-September 1, due to the appar- a6 9 fone =e
i i " th ee
ar a jan | THE TOURISTS’ Publicity ~~ Seber te tetera insta” oF tein — tavaie cause and effect on the economy Sandals and Court Styles
° ° i ee - a all set Ba the policy of relief as announced.” | Tepresents “Peace”, e the eat a9 = Rechenes
; Me visit of the tourist ship, , A Branch of the n particular.” this subject is . s ‘
Outside Artists Missed “Mauretania” expected tomorrow, Estimates Knitting Mills, ee ns goes of vital importance to all of us, GENTS AND CHILDRENS SHOES—in a Variety of
A ee | Miss Joan Kysh, of that Committee erected in a portion of Mr, U, J,| Members are urged to attend in
The visitor to this year’s exhibition of the Arts and Crafts told the “Advocate” yestertlay. | Mr. H. A. Tudor, Churchwarden | Parravicino’s building in Cole-| 800d numbers and join in the Styles and a Fair Range of Sizes
fi Society will immediately be struck by the fact that pr The committee is preparing ‘0 jof the parish said that according | ridge Street, is nearing comple- discussion. Don’t let the failure
ieall y ll the exhibits come fr Barbadi Sea _PFaC=| give the usual aid to tourists in | to a request from the Acting | tion. of the Electric Current keep you
tica va om Barbadians or residents | changing small sums of money,/Governor he had submitted an The Mill has 12 knitting ma-| away as other lighting facilities ’
in Barbados. - Be Lr i and they have got in a good |estimate for $69,570.95, | chines already installed and an- | are available. & ALL TO BE CLEARED
» Unlike last year, there are me, i. ~~ || Supply of stamps, postcards, foiders!_ The Committee had submitted other awaiting to be unpacked. Dy ¥
exhibits from British Guiana, | A |}and booklets, and a supply of |555 claims under three divistons— | Each machine carries approxi- Ny
Trinidad and Antigua. In fact Since the Arts and Crafts | literature for free distribution. A, B and C setting out the various | mately 1,300 needles, _ The ma- 25 Years Ago x © .
the only exhibitor from outside | Exhibition opened at | sums required under each head. chines work automatically and «& REGARDLESS OF COsT
Barbados is P. K. Agar ot| Queen’s Park on Monday 2 A . |He had handed them to the Act- stop the same way if anything| (Barbados Advocate, January 27, $
Dominica who has sent in several | evening over 1,000 school | Driver Says Taxi ing Governor on September 26. —, wrong, — 5 : 1925) &
paintings. This year’s exhibition | children from various parts | After handing in those claims bat tea ee ee cloth i be Feat 8
is a Barbadia ne | i 7e | : /he had received a communication | bleached an en it will pass Ee .a a eel . â„¢
' ieee tian West Indian. The | ae See = ag Far es Too Low | from the Financial Secretary, Mr. ne = drying machine, 35 feet} Barbados Declares First Innings % Tie Goode weiaas offering. are. not shop
% : : * f - a a ng, § : ‘ 2 a es : ‘
reason for the as - eee the children, reached a very || A TAXI-CAR DRIVER told the Srarclive Crostiias tae This machine ‘Will be’ asemted The see filaeht arene Bar i soiled or-old stock—they..are merely
work is, it is understood, the fact high standard, especially “Advocate’ yesterday that he|® ave , + trey Peete - s a Aph ar} ¢@ “Oa
; that there was uncertainty over | the work done by nee does not ae of can local taxi | that Government’s er ore mug Sewing Elittieeat ‘neue a oe Soman: types and styles we have decided to
‘the opening date of the Exhibi- || / ernment Industrial Schools || driver who overcharges for rides. ie lg og eae beyond! actual | oi on the second floor. it is on y cnet wlalees "The eee 8 di ti
tion. It has been difficult to plan | which includes shoes, ham- He had been referring to a sug- |! er nde not heard what nas | ‘tis floor that the various gar-| during the early hours of thel® iscontinue,
the Exhibition this year owing to meen paper flowers _and 8estion made that some do over- happened to $i “Advocate ; ents will be made and packed morning was threatening Sir) tna x
; Z Me wien, ce Gunter peg lor mbaiten: oie cola that drivers should not Fund”, Mr. Tudor said. “I have | fr distribution. clouds were broken up by strong x
, e , a : od ; # ck Vers § ad sever: stions by people , north-east breezes and a delight-| ¢ YB ,AINS ’ ; 4
wie House using it as temporary class- om ae aso. sent at Tey the || be expected to stick to schedules paste en ioe henpened with During next week it is expected fully pr dap wea the cenit. ’ % THE BARGAINS INCLUDE GENTS SHOES REDUC
Poom accommodation. St. John the Baptist Boys’ || governing taxi fares as those! that fund, and I could give | that the Mill will start on a small Barbados resumed their first |
"Be that 2s it may, the absence and the St. Elizabeth Boys | Schedules were drawn up since | them no reply. scale. This will mean more! innings with the score at 31 for x ED FROM ........ $13.50 to ... $8.00
"of outside exhibits is to be re- vespectively,. | | 1985. “Those aie pre-war,” he “On December 20 I received’ e geroest for a aiciee one wicket (P. H. Tarilton), The % ‘
gretted as both the exhibitor and, Mid cada ce \ said. lletter from the Financial Secre- ny Stores may be affec not out batsmen E. L. G. Hoad|/® ay apni pes
1 ihe visitor lose the stimulating| Giataice is devotea en- He said that in those days, | tary, saying that the amount of | the electricity cuts, but one store| 15 and G. Francis 6, took the 8 AND LADIES SHOES FROM $5.50..... to.... $3.00
and corrective experience of com-| “eum whi bie Samy by gasoline was sold at 32c. per | $449.50 had been made available oe A * shee is Mr! score to 111 before a separation |
BH Pwxing local work with that of|| ct bicteans 7 aoe gallon, motor accessories were jto me to’ pay ten people who | gfck As This phen Store in Swan | ‘took place, Francis was the first! Of course there are many other lines all reduced on
b other painters in the West Indies. as wait ee wae beds ant much cheaper than they are now ; claimed to be in the stricken ares with wae lights ‘Similee senpees to go after contributing a well My
Would it be too much to sug- Majolica work man and the cost of living low. Now, |I thought it best to have nothing | that are sean on. the vaadin. ©) played 47 the addition to his x eo
gest to the organisers of the} | " bs ; gasoline is sold at 50c. per|to do with that amount of money, Mr. Ashby said that these li hts} OVernight score being 41. Ince y the same generous scale—Why not visit us to-day and
present exhibition that a further| |— porstnietin eaten tre. f: gallon, motor car accessories are | because I thought ae “ ee were installed by his father — took his place and the partner- x p
ibition should be arranged at! fy; Oe a cD about 200% above pre-war cost |to a body of men who sat aroun i : : ;| Bhip between himself and Hoad]& hos
men date Simmccnept eines in Payne — Who last year at-| and the cost of living is up in |this table and assessed the dam-~- a — wien Se ene wae yielded 13 runs. Ince was dis-|% make your Choice,
a later : tracted _ Considerable attention the air. ages. re is Gade re rt ae ¢| Missed by Nunes, Holt taking the %
Sidelights with his picture of Speights-| the taxi driver who was| “Secondly, I would not Know | these lights are inst Ned i te es| catch, after luncheon, Kidney | %
town Market has r e@ ; : . ” & nsta n houses : %
Here’ are a few sidelights on aie uma Tae See involved in the fare incident with |how to start to distribute it. at St. Lawrence. They are ignited | one poet, ou the —— a %
some of the exhibitors and their Sree are studies of! the tourists to which reference had Be in the “Old Lamp-lighter” fashion. | lowed Ince six runs later, Rae 8
paintings: breadfruit trees—one in colour! heen made in the “Advocate” some Hard Blow At about 4.30 p.m. on Wednes-| getting him l.b.w. for 56. He like ; ; HARDWARE DEPT,
Golde White — President of the and one in monochrome. These days ago, would not give further | Tua jd) dot! thie. ontiod day the motor van M-467, owned Francis also added 41 runs to his HARRISON S Dial 2364.
Arts and Crafts Society, daugh-| 2"€ attractive works. His other! information. He calmly said “the ,Mr. Tudor sai Mpa by Messrs. Ince & Co., Ltd., Roe- | Overnight score. Archer filled the
os two pictures are hts-! : of the Government was a very ; vacancy. Kidney’ dtumtuna’
‘ ter of the late Sir Charles pictures are of Speig ts people who have done it are gone hard blow to the people. They buck Street, and driven by Cole- n y ey’s dismissal,
Clarke, studied in London, this ree Government House! and they are the people whom 1 vale every day to his office ask- cee ee = Pao rag A al trfoution “bee ake te 9BS99S999996009 9590689999 iG
year is represented by ten paint- itn. Anmetiete ik. ds dataiie would like to talk to,” ing about assistance. He said he damaged a house belonging to was now 150 for six wickets and
b te oe oe ee ot "em Queen’s College, exhibits an at- would meee: on bd — Charles Hamblin. It is understood | Bartlett joined Archer, This was
gaps — Gun all and Mule] fmctive Stuy of Colleton Si. January Weather [Sie 2,"tnces ot rake oad | St aehant gemeed | Rarelt Joined Arche. "This was



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IN. MEMORIAM



In loving memory of our dear beloved
: (CENT EUD

MILLI: ENE MORRIS
departed this life on the 27th
ry 1948.

“lov and care would death prevent
Jove on earth would still be spent

God took her home, it was his will

our hearts she liveth still
be remembered by

smeitina Morris (mother), Robert E

h (Father), The Morris’ ana Smith's
jee 27.1.50—1n.

FOR SALE
OTIVE
RS—Two (2) Morris 8 h.p. cars

els. One (1) Vauxhall 1947.
rower Garage, St. Matthias Gap
21.1.50—6n

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Vauxhall 14—6 Saloon 1938 mo-
and in sound condition. Apply
itesy Garage,, Dial 4616. 26,1.50—4n

(ORD PREFECT 1948 model—in very
condition Mileage 19,000 Apply

Garage Dial—4616
26.1.50—3n.

BEDFORD 12 hp. DELIVERY VAN

ty little used and in A-I condition.
has replaced with Bedford Truck
616 Courtesy Garage.

ites)

fiilman 1947. Excellent condi-
$1,400 or nearest offer. Iasall
8106. 27.1,50—5n
One Ford 8 h.p. in good con-
n, Dial 3063, Belgrave, Purity
Lid. 27.1, 50—6n.



R: Ford V-8 5 Passenger Coupe,
lient second hand condition always
driven, new tyres and Battery,
n at the price asked. Terms

be arranged, can be seen at th
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ng Plant 20 Kw maximum, 15 Kw

110/220 volts 3 phase, 50
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hone 4629 or 4371. 26.1.50—4n

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ENERATING PLANT: One (1) Gen-
ing’ Plant 110 V. A.C. 350 Watts.
iW P. Hutchinson, Three Houses
4 St Philip.

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27.1.50—Sn .

SETTER PUPPY (Dog). 4%
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| Kenneth D. G. Frost,, Stan-

» Black Rock.
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» per tin, 26.1,50—2n.

50M FROM FIRE—Instal a Fire-
Safe with doors secured by
Hon lock: Suitable for office or
peecure. your records. ‘Contact

ip pe’ & SONS (B'dos) Ltd.
e., Fri., Sun., — t.f.n.

PaOL! BULBS—38 different colours
de, just arrived from Holland.

EJ. W. Barrow, Telephone Nos.
i 24.1,50—6n.
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Agency Co., (B'dos) Ltd. High
22.1.50—6n.,

19,

Car Tyres 750 x
600 x 16; 500 x 16:
450 x 17; 500 x i9,
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from $2.08 and $2.64,
BARNES & Co., Ltd

13.1.50—t.f.n

‘ANISED SHEETS—6 ft. 6% ft.

and 26 guage. Apply: Auto :
Street, Phone 2696.

VANIZED

Sft. sheets,

hey last, A.
4476,

Tyre

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inn, Poon

3.12,49—t.f.n.
Royal milesale and Retail, Factory
17.1.50—13n.
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17.1,50—13n
Stare SSSIERES — bic, & 960.

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|, “FARAWAY”,
} furnished,

Bathing ‘beach.
ber month.

St. Philip coast, fully
Servant Room:

. nm Ss.
From March

Phone 4476, ‘92s
6.1.50—t .f.n

| FLATS fully furnished with Refrig-
| €rator and linen at Indramer, Worthing,

— Maxwell's Coast, Ch,
bedrooms, available March Ist.
A. Beard, Hardwood Alley.



ee available
Phone 4683 or
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Flats at
: For fur-
Phone 4230, Wilkinson

25.1, 50—3n

Coast, fully
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ther particulars
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_FLAT—Gool furnished fat Gano

T—Cool furnished flat, ‘
From 1st April to 30th September. Dial
2989. 27

1,.50—2n

B
usiness known as the Colonial Ba:
and Restaurant situated at the corne
Tudor Street (opposite Swan Street), for

further ieulars apply: E. King on
premises. 27.1,.50—3n

— Worthing fully furnished

Ist February, A ply:
Ingrim, Roebuck Street. Phone
7.1.50—3n,

y furnished flat at
Hastings, for six months
children),

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Available
S. Gq.

3
3

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Pavilion”,
April Ist.

ween

* sp tins of
large bottles
Beer, (1) bag con-
Pan Lndder, (1)

» tin of Butter,
(1) Bieyele Frame, (2) Seats with springs
and several items of interest. Terms

D'ARCY A. SCOTT,
Govt. Auctioneer,
Dist. “A”
27.1.50—3n

By instructions from the Govt
Executive Committee

10,
UNDER THE SILVER HAMMER

ON Tuesday 31st by order of Miss Ivy
Whitehead we will sell her Furniture ai

her Home. corner of te a
Cha , White park ana

which includes
Small Dining Table, Sideboard, Rockers,
Tub & Folding Couch, Ornament
Tables all in yy: Bentwood
Chairs, Pine Waggon, Deal Tables, Car-

pet, Pictures, Glass ‘Ware, ubli
uate Tron Beds’ ‘ in been

REAL ESTATE
'—On-Sea, well
Resort

LEETON:
attractive Seaside
For particulars apply Y. De

Street, Phone 4644.

20, Broad
22.1.50—6n.
ees
‘THE BANYANS” — With the land
thereto, containing 4 Acres
Bay Street,

Perches, situate at Upper
Ideally suitable for de-
Estate

known and
at Maxwell,
Lima & Co.,

hall Michael. e
velopment as a Building .

Inspection any day except Sundays
between the hours of 9.30 a.m. and 11.30
a.m, and 4 p.m. and 6 p.m. on appli-
cation Mr. epnle Gittens on the
771.

Fe, F particul ; and Conditions

of Sale, apply to undersigned :—
COTTLE, CATFORD & CO.,
20,1.50—13n.

FOR SALE OR RENT—Farley Hill,
St. Peter. Old Plantation rola with

ing residential club. For details,
Apply to Bradshaw & Compe: ae
+4 0.—tin,

THE undersigned will offer for Sale at
their Office in James Street, Bridgetown,
aA xiang the 27th day of January 1950,
al p.m,

The Dwelling House called “BEULAH”
and the land thereto belonging containing
5427 square feet, situate at Hastings.
Christ Church.

The Dwelling House comprises Closed
Gallery, Drawing and $
B » Dressing Room, Bath
and Kitchen with Electric, Water, Gas
and Telephone installed, Servant’s Room
and Servant’s Toilet,

Inspection any day between the hours
of 8 a.m. and 4 p.m, on application on
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Aviemore, Brittons Cross Road. Phone
2053 between 9.30 am. and 3.30 p.m
<4 50—én
a ee es aie ettne lca capensis
CLERK—Junior Clerk (Male) for our
Office. Salary depending on qualifica-
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Plication ond Testimonials to the Secre-
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25.1.50—t.f.n

JUNIOR CLERK—Excellent opportuni! y

13.1.50—t.t.n. | fF rapid promotion for capable your,

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TAILORS—First class
can apply to P| C. §
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letter and in persen
pany. 26.1. 50—))

jacket hands

- Maffei, Ltd. Top

26.1.50—1u

SA — An Experienced Sales-

man iy Provision Dept. Apply’ by let-
er and in person. Smith & At Hl Lt
Roebuck Street. ema?

27.1.50—3n
—————
PERSONAL

responsible for her or anyone else con-
trecting any debt or debts in my nam
unless by a written order signed by me
Sed. LLOYD CHRISTOPHER MAYERS
Church View. “
St. John,

26.1.50—2n
—_——————
BUSINESS NOTICE
THIS SERVES to notify the Customer
of MacDonald Sealy that the Grocery
Department has been closed.
Further notice will appear later.
McDONALD SEALY,
M. EB. R, BOURNE
Proprietor

27.1.50—2n

LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE

The application of Harold Arthur Cave
of Welchman Hall, St. Thoms, for per-
mission to sel] Spirits, Malt Liquors, &c.
at a board and shingle shop attached to

residence situate at Welchman Hall
St. Thomas.

Dated this 23rd day of January 1950.
To J. R. EDWARDS, +9

Police Magistrate, Dist. “'D.”
Signed HAROLD CAVE,:
Applicant.
N.B.—This application will be con-
sidered at a Licensing Court to be helc
at Police Court, District “D", on Monday
the 6th day of February 1950, ai 11

o'clock, a.m,
J. R. ERWARDS,
Police Magistrate, Dist. “D",
27.1,50—in

LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE

The application of James Alber

yers of Farmers, - Thomas, for
Permission to sell Spirits, Malt Liquors,
&e., at ground floor of a two storey wall
building situated at Farmers, St. Thomas.

Dated this 25th day of January 1950.
To J. R. EDWARDS, Esq.,

Police Magistrate, Dist. aa

Signed JAMES ALBERT MAYERS,

Applicant.
_N.B.—This application will be con-
sidered at a Licensing Court to be held
at Police Court, District “D", on Wednes.
day, the 8th day of February 1950, at
li o'clock, a.m.

J. R. ERWARDS,
Police Magistrate, Dist. “Dp”,
27.1,50—1n,

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REAL ESTATE
ee |

“THE WOLD,” 4th Avenue, Marine
Gardens, with about 10,000 square feet
of land will be offered’ for Sale at the
office of the undersigned on Thursday,
the 2nd day of February, 1950 at 2 p.m.

THE BARBADOS ADVOCATE
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Return To

Free Trading
In Cocoa Urged

(Frem our London Correspondent)
LONDON, (By Mail).
Restoration

to private
lof cocoa, tea and grain has been

mittee on Estimates in a report
to the House of Commons on the
activities of the Food Ministry.
The Committee—which is repre-
sentative of the main political
parties -- has reached the con-
clusion that the buying, ware-
housing. and distribution of cocoa
should be transferred to the trade,
“subject to any import or other



sary.” a ‘

The Select Committee” pointe
out that the Ministry of Food has
set up an Advisory Panel of three
exper’ buyers from the cocoa
trade, but keeps this panel com-
pletely in the dark about either
the prices paid for cocoa or the
stocks of raw cocoa held in
| Britain. So the panel—not being
presen» at the negotiations — is
unable fully to advise on purchas-
ing.

Relaxation of this restriciton on
the panel, the Committee believes
would allow its experts to give
more useful advice.

Commenting on the Select Com-
mittee’s report,
“Times” says:
(the Food Minister) claims, the
world ‘ood crisis has been over-
come, there can be no excuse for
delaying the return to normal
trading methods.”

300 Homeless
In S. Italy

ROME, Jan. 26.

Gales with hail and snow swept
southern Italy today, while a wave
of bitter cold gripped the north.

Hundreds of millions of lire
worth of damage has been caused
along the coasts of the “toe” of
Italy and the island of Sicily
where winds whipped the sea up
over the shoreline adding to the
damage already done by the
violent rainstorms,

Two hundred families were re-
ported homeless today in the little
port of Riposto (Eastern Sicily,
where houses were flooded by the
sea.

Emergency relief supplies were
being rushed to Catanzaro on the
Italian mainland where another
300 families were driver out of
their wrecked homes on Tuesday
night by a cloudburst.

Snow today covered most of
northern Italy, blocking many
mountain roads and_ railways.

Farmers were trying to protect
their
cold which has continued now
for four days.—Reuter.



This freehold dwellinghouse contains
gallery, 2 public rooms, kitchen and
pantry on ground floor and 3 bedrooms,

th etc, on first floor,

Electric, gas and water services,

The house has recently been renovated
bec decorated and is in excellent condi-
tion.

Inspection by appointment with Mrs,
H. S. Bynoe. Dial 8310,

Further particulars and conditions of
Sale apply to ...

COTTLE, CATFORD & CO.,

. Solicitors,

21.1,50.—11n.

BUILDING SITES—One acre building
land at Maxwells, Christ Church,
3% acres building land at Wildey “Y”

y J. E. Webster, Wildey, St.
Michael. Dial 2856, 25.1,50—t.f.n.



“MELROSE” — COLLYMORE ROCK,
standing on 12,800 square feet of land,
The house cantains, Drawing, Dining
Room closed and open Verandahs, four
bedrooms, one with running water and
the usual offices. Kitchen and Pantry
with built in Cupboards. Also a Ue-
tached room with built in cupboards
suitable for a Doctor's consulting room,
Laundry room with built in Tub and
running water. Two servants rooms with
W.C. and Shower Bath. Two Garages,
Electric Light throughaqut.

Inspection Monday to Saturday by
appointment, Telephone No: 3738.

The above residence will be offered
for sale at public competition at the
vifice of the undersigned on Friday 10th
February 1950 at 2 p.m.

CARRINGTON & SEALY. .. ..
25.1.50—9n.

nn
WEST INDIA BISCUIT COMPANY
SHARES-—-A small lot priced to y
442% interest. Phone Mr.





— SSF
LOOKING FOR

FURNITURE |

STRONG GOOD AND NICE?



Come to-day and get
mw &

MONEY SAVING PRICE.

Fir Bedsteads
Many designs. 5 sizes, Fuli
panelled and railed and panelied—
Wardrobes, Dresser Robes and
Linen Presses—Vanities and Dress-
ing Tables, Night Chair, comfort,
from $4.50 a Chair.

Dining and Luncheon Tables—
Upright, Arm Tub and Rocking
Chairs—Berbice and Rush Chairs,
China and Kitchen Cabinets—
Sideboards and Liquor Case.

WILSON

Mahogany or

L. §.

Trafalgar St. Dial 4069







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New Afghan
Ambassador
In Moscow

MOSCOW, Jan. 26.
The new Afghan Ambassador
to Moscow, Sultan Akhmet Khan,
presented his credentials to Soviet
President, Nikolai Shvernik, in a
brief ceremony at the Kremlin
to-day. He arrived from Kabul

on January 20 to replace Moham-
med Nowrouz, who left Moscow
on December 13,—Reuter.
—Reuter.















LUCKY DAY!
VERY LUCKY DAY!!

* + ++ On which you
instal GAS for cooking
Have you seen the attractive

Enamel Hot Plates at your Gas
Showroom?

Just the thing for the smad
family, Why not call gnd see
them before they are all sold?

SSS






AUCTION SALE

FURNITURE & HOUSEHOLD
gE

HAZELWOOD HOUSE
BISHOP’S COURT HILL
SATURDAY 28th at 12.15 p.m.



—_—_—
WE are instructed by Mrs. I,
ind others to se}!

a
by Auction the following valuable
Furniture and effects :—
Couches, Occasional
Dining Chairs,

Tables,

ite,
Dining Tables (one oval), 6 Din-
ing Chairs, rd, ©
Cabinet, large Gent's Press, Writ-
ing Desk, several Tables and Nest
of Tables, Tea Trolley (all Crab-
wood of modern design). Modern
Dressing Table and Stool, severai
Double and Single Beds (Simmons
Springs), Mattresses, Gallery Fur-
niture, several Deal Presses (all
sizes), Deal Tables,

Child's Press, 2 painted Cots (one
large), painted Playpen, 2 Lis
Chairs, Singer Machine,
5-Burner Oil Stove with Oven,







SESE

2 (one-burner) Stoves, Frigidaire,
Electric Iron, Go-Cart, large
quantity Glassware, silver, China
Kitchen Ware, Ornaments. Fold-
i Trunks, Suitcases,
. Toys, Ladders, Books and
many other interesting items.

VIEWING FRIDAY 27th JANU-
ARY and MORNING OF THE
SALE SATURDAY 28th JAN

———









CASH ON FALL OF HAMMER.
AUCTIONEERS

DIAGN & BLABDON




trading

strongly urged by the Select Com- |

the Financial }

“If as Mr. Strachey | should hold



livestock from the bitter/

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GOVERNMENT NOTICES



Attention is drawn to the Control of Prices (Defence) (Amend- |
ment) Order, 1950, No. 3 which will. be published in the. Official
Gazette of Thursday 26th January, 1950.

2. Under this Order the maximum wholesale and retail selling



prices of “Milk-Evaporated” and Margarine (b) Table are as
follows:—
WHO ~PRICE RETAIL PRICE
ARTICLE (not more than) (not more than)
ee nigella ape
Milk-Evaporated “ $9.33 per case of 22c. per 14% oz ur

48 x 14% oz. tins



Margarine :— $11.25 per case of
48 x-16 oz. tins,
$55.00 per 100-lbs in

lots of25 Ibs, and over

26c. per 16 oz. tin
(b) Table

59c. per Ib,

27.1.50.—In.

-—

Alitention is drawn to the Control of Prices (Defence) (Amend-
met) Order, 1950 No. 2 which will] be published in the Official Gazette
of Thursday 26th January, 1950.

2. Under this Order the items “Bloaters and Onions” have been
deleted in its entirety from the Control of Prices (Defence) (Amend-
ment) Order, 1950.

27.1.50—In



DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE,
DOMINICA
FOREST SERVICE,
onservation Officer in the
It is desirable that applicants
a degree or diploma but experience in soil conservation
work will be the deciding factor.

The appointment is non-pensionable (save in the case of a
seconded officer) for a ‘period of five years. Salary will be within
the Scale $1,680 x 96 — $2,400 per annum. In addition a subsistence
allowance at a rate of $3.60 per day will be paid when away from
Headquarters. If a car is required to be kept, allowances in accord-
ance with local regulations will be paid. A House is not provided.

Duties will consist of supervision of instructors engaged in laying
out Conservation Works, reconnaissance of Crown Lands for suitable
land for settlement. The post requires an active responsible person
capable of working on his own, who must be prepared to spend the
major portion of his time in the field.

Applicants should write to the Superintendent of Agriculture,
Botanic Gardens, Roseau, Dominica, enclosing details of qualifications
and experience and two recent testimonials.

(Sgd.) L. L. deVERTEUIL,
Superintendent of Agriculture.
27.1.50—3n.

Applications are invited for a post of C
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NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Income Tax returns are re- |
quired from every married man whose income is $1200.00 per annum
or over, from every other person whose income is $720.00 per
annum or over and from companies whether incorporated- or unin-
corporated, societies, persons engaged in any trade or profession, and
owners of land or property whether a taxable income has accrued
during the past year or not.

Forms of Return may be obtained from the Income Tax Depart-
ment AFTER THE IST DAY OF JANUARY, 1950, and the forms
duly filled in must be delivered to me on or before the following
respective dates ;



| tlon every week.



1. Returns of persons whose books were closed on the 3ist
day of December, 1949, on or before the 31st day of March,
1950.

2. Returns of persons whose principal place of business is not
situate in the island on or before the 30th day of June, 1950.

3. Returns of all other persons, on or before the 31st of Jan-
uary, 1950,

F. CLAIRMONTE
Commissioner of Income Tax and Death Duties.
NOTE; Any person failing to make his return within the due

date will be liable to a fine not exceeding £100 and
not less than £2 and will be prosecuted unless a satis-

factory reason is given.
10.1.50.—19n.

lll
BISHOP'S HIGH SCHOOL
TOBAGO



Applications are invited for :-—

(a) Classical Master (preferably honours degree) capable of
teaching Latin and English to Higher Certificate standard.

(b) Science Master capable of teaching Chemistry, Physics and
Biology up to Higher Certificate standard.

Salary in each case

$2,160 — $2,880 per annum,

Apply to Archdeacon F. J, STREETLY, B.A., Scarborough, ane

27.1.50—1n.

SPECIALISTS IN HIGH GRADE PROPERTY

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FOR SALE

ersigned will offer For Sale at their Office, No. 17,
High Street, Bridgetown, on Friday, 27th day of January, 1950,
at 2 p.m.

The Dwelling House called “CARLDIEM” and the land
thereto containing 10,770 square feet, situate on the Sea Coast
of St. Lawrence Gap, Christ Church, a

Inspection on application to Miss Kathleen Hunte, “Brat-
ton,” Maxwells Coast Dial 8357. ,

For further particulars and conditions of Sale, apply to :—

OTT & CO.,
. oa 11,1.50.—15n,

The und

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LINOLEUM CARPETS
Sizes: 9 ft. by 714 ft, and 10% ft, by 9 ft.
’ Also
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All very reasonable in Price.

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In Carlisle Bay

IN PORT: Schooner Molly N. Jones,
Seh. Manuata, Sch. Mary M. Lewis, Sch
Francis W. Smith, Sch. Marion Belle
Wolfe. Sch. Reginald N. Wallace, Sch.
Marea Henrietta, Yacht Beegie, Sch.
Endeavour W., Sch. Barca Dt Oro, M.V.
T. B. Radar, Sch. Emeralda, Sch. Gar-
denia W., Sch. Adalina, Sch. Freedom

IN TOUCH WITH BARBADOS

Cable and Wireless (West Indies) Ltd.
advise that they can now communicate
with the following ships through their
Barbados Coast Station:—

S.S. Rio Dale, M/V Rosario, S.S. Gulf-
moon, 8.S. Norfolk, S.S. Esso’ Bretagne,
S.S. Amica, M/S Amerigo Vehpicer, S.S.
Mormaesun, S.S. Dolly Madison, S.S.
Comedian, S.S. Regent Hawk, S.S. Esso
Amstrdam, S.S. City of Khartoum, S.S.
Misalda S.S. Telamon, S.S. Cyrus S.S.



td 5 meee
Fleary, M.V. Lady Joy, M.V. Caribbee.

Schooner Rhoda L., 36 tons
Lendore, from Trinidad
Agents: Schooner Owners’

Schooner Reginald N.
cons net, Capt.

via.

"ienater
Wallace, 17

Wallace, for British

Guiana; Agents: Schooner Owners’ As-

sociation.

Williamsburg,

Lady Nelson, 3.S. Ma

Paula, SS. Limon, S.S. Nieaw

dam, S.S. Mormacmail, S.S,

COAST STATION
S.S, _ Cleaveland,

tor, S.S._ Athelviscount, S$.S

Energy, $.S. Barbara S.8. Ji ,
ucer, S.S bardy, S.S. ‘"

S.S. Vinni, S.s. cmbardy. 5.8. Hyalin, —_

jantic, Pilot, S.S. Dol S.S._Cotti¢a;——~

SS. Tacito. S.S. Theliconus, S.S. Fred.”

rika, S.S. Rag Nhild
Runner, S.S. Pioneer



ARRIVALS—By B.W.LA.L,

From Trinidad: Eliab Rudder, Chris-
topher Godfrey, Patricia Godfrey, Narie
eives, Julius Gibbs, Anthony Castro,
Hilda Thorne. De Segovia Shumann,
Elizabeth Lucie-Smith, Ethel Swan,
Elena Montes, Mercedes Montes, Cari
Van Sickle, Phillip Habib, Charles Arm-
strong, Ceci! Harrison, Teresa Harrison,
Frank Bush, Carlyie Bishop, Norris
Hope Ross. Mayotte Hope Ross, Joan
Marsh, Jan Marsh, John Marsh, Elsie
Darwent, Frederick Potter, Daisy Potter,
Laura Storms, John Walsh, Theodora
Walsh, Yolanda Martinez.
DEPARTURES—By B.W.A.A.L.

For Trinidad; Mr. Percy Taylor, Mr.

{ Dalin Persaud, Mr. John Maxwell.’ Mrs.

Elsie Dyall, Mr. Lionel Gill, Mr. Ralph
Mr. Frank
Mrs, Car-

Stoute, Mrs,
Bush, Mr. E.

Joyce Stoute,
L. Carrington,

rington, Mr. John peaneene Mr.

Habib, Mr. John x
Hams Mr, John Chenery,
McLean, Mr.

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ne
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27th January.

The Schooner

January,

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TREAL
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published in May of last

while the overall dema

noon and 4,30
if
Between 11 a.m.

Bridgetown should be
7 am.,

such capacity as is
ufacture, printing, etc., will

as have bee

tions are being carried
to evolving a. workable

will be greatly assisted in
trial and Domestic,
both light and power is cut
the times when current is
day or night.

the areas affected, we have
standard practice, to switch
% minute, then switch “on”
the final cut.

lighting.

The foregoing
adhered to if the
already overloaded

CORPORATION LTD.
NOTICE

SO far it has been found impracticable to work ,
out such a Schedule of cuts in Electricity as was
Our available generating

less than it was then,.
nd has increased.

On weekdays, between 7 a.m. and 11 a.m. and
p.m, only Bridgetown can be suppli
continuous water pumping is to be maintain:

year.
capacity now is considerably

and 12 noon, all areas

By this means it is hoped that Const Ts-—
will have time to put into operation their, auxiliary.
This method of switching will
operation between the hours of 6 and 10 p.m.

roposed arrangements can only be »
eae available Sets, which are {ff
, can all be kept running.

THE BARBADOS ELECTRIC SUPPLY
CORPORATION, LTD.

<<

to the barest
available, w

Owing to many requests from Consumers
whether we could not give some notice of “cuts .
decided, although it is not »
“off” the area to be cut

again for 3 minutes



V. SMITH
General Manager.






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for 3

only. be, in: '









af

except
‘on” and between 4.30 p.m. and
available, after giving due
priority to the needs of water pumping, baking, ice man-.
be distributed as equal .
possible throughout the system by similar “on’ ods

n effected during the past few days,

xperimental switching o
out continuously with a,
Schedule and the

n this if all Consumers,
make sure that consum

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FRENCH LINE

S.S. “GASCOGNE” sailing to Trinidad and French Guiana

on the 5th February, 1950. Sailing to Plymouth ané Le .
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PAGE EIGHT



THE BARBADOS ADVOCATE

. ie on ers |
‘ as Tennis
7 ’ por Sy , Yachting, Boxing, cte.



Ganteaume,StollmeyerSetNew

Ist Wkt Record For Trinidad |

Kentish was now given the! #

ae



second new ball from the farm







LOW SCORING IN THIRD .

“ |bowler was pacer Mullins who








FRIDAY, JA NUARY



ih Rita cease %
|

TRIAL MATCH
C. B. Williams Hits 62 |

C. B. Williams of Carlton topscored with 62 for Mr. C. L.,
Walcott’s XI when they scored 154 in their first innings on:
the first day of the third trial match which was played at}
Kensington Oval. yesterday.
The day was marked by low*——— oe ee ae

i " cessful OVer with an outswinging yorker |
seoring and the most suc which Mershell’ dug out. Both |



oh! this cou!

My throat is sore with aa
cough, all the time:
well | sd



Boost Homesters’ Total
To 415 For 1 Wkt

Kenny Trestrail Hits 83 N.O.

(By 0. S. COPPIN)

PORT OF SPAIN, Jan. 26.
international stylist batsman and Trinidad captain, Jeffrey
Stollmeyer and dapper West Indies batsman Andy Gan-
teaume were associated in a brilliant first wicket partner-
ship of 286 runs today laying the foundation for the tall

Mig

end with the score 206. }
|










outswinger, |”
hrough slip for’
four making his
score 99.

Stollmeyer
Bsuided the next

ball th. ough slip

Jor. three runs
completing his
century in 216

hurled down 16 overs and took
three wickets for 38 runs.

Having lost the toss Skipper
Walcott was sent in to bat on a
wicket that was taking turn.
George Carew and C. Smith
(Coliege) opened the batting,
Carew taking the first ball from
Mullins which he pushed to mid-
on for two.

E. V. Williams took the
second over to C. Smith and sent
down +a maiden. Both bowlers
got the ball to rise sharply ana
Mullins soon had Smith caught

batsmen continued to gét
over the ball and at the end @
the day’s play Mr. Williams’ XI
had collected 20 without loss.

The match resumes tomorrow.
The Scores:

MR. C. L. WALCOTT’S XI—Ist Innings |
ig







Carew ¢ Alleyne b Mullins

Smith ¢ ‘Alleyne b Mullins 0
Drayton ¢ Mullins b Williams 15
Williams c E. Williams b K.
Goddard 62
Walcott ¢ R. Marshall b Williams 17
Proverbs b Mullins 9
Atkinson l.b.w. b N. Lucas ¢
oe e J. H. Lucas b God-

e

d

Hoad stpd. wkpr. Wi

L ee ood b J.
King c & b J. Lucas

Ah! these

18

Trinidad total of 415 for 1 wicket in reply to Jamaica's first
innings’ total of 155, as the first Trinidad-Jamaica Test en-

tered the second day of play

Stolimeyer was undeteaied at
the c.dse of play with 178 whiie
Andy Ganteaume scored a polisa-
ed 147.

This feat went within 6 runs
ot breaking the 23-year-old recosu
set by Barbados’ George Challe:
(220) and Tim Tarilton (123) ot
292 at Kensington against Tri:-
dad in 1927.

But the pair however lower 2d
the record for the highest firs:
Wicket partnership at Quec.'s
Park Ovai of 224 set by the Stoil-
meyer brothers against Barbavo
in 1942, when Jeffrey scored 12:
and Victor 106.

Trinidad today scored in fron

. of the clock for most of the day,

400 going up in 363 minutes.

Kenny strail who joined
Stollmeyer scored freely assisting
Stolimeyer to put on 129 in an
unbroken secomwd wicket pertner-
ship.

Resumption

Stollmeyer and Ganteaume re-
sumed in brilliant sunshine, the
latter taking strike from Valen-
tine, bowling from the souther:
end. He took an easy single \ i
an off drive from the second
delivery.

Puller attacked from the north



and Ganteaume took an easy
singie on the onside from the
fifth ball and Stollmeyer thre
from the last.

Valentine's next over
four as did Fuller's. Mudie
replaced Valentine and he
Stolmeyer with the fourth
missing the stumps

This became a double chanac
when Groves gave the ball
Kentish at the top end in pla
of Fuller

The batsmen stole one each
the first two balls forcing Kent
to place a man at widish
wicket which previously was a gay
in the field.

A quick single by Stollmeyer
off Mudie sent up Ganteaum¢
who steered the last ball of the
over through the slip for four
completing his individual half
century in 93 minutes.

This feat surprised everyone
the diminutive Ganteaume out-
pacing stylish Stollmeyer who wa
then 34

Century Goes Up

Sto'lmeyer helped himself to a
four to the deep fine leg boundary
going into his wicket and turning
one from Mudie that came
with the arm.

A brilliant late cut by Gan-
fteaume off Iffla for four runs
sent up the century in 103 min-
utes.

Stollmeyer advanced to his in-
dividual half century in pleasing
style. A neat turn to square icg
olf another one that came in with
the arm from Mudie gave him
three making his score 44. With
the score at 113 skipper Groves
took the ball in place of Mudie
at the pavilion end. He bowled
to Stollmeyer who was then 49
The latter pushed the second bal
to midon for a single completing
his half century in 115 minutes

Completing a double change
Valentine was brought on in place
of Iffla trom the farm end.
Ganteaume turned the second ball
to square jeg for 2 then played
out the over.

From the first ball of Groves’
second over, Stollmeyer at-
tempted to pull a shortish ball,
mistimed and put up a dolly
catch to Fuller at midon. The
latter had ample time to bring
off a simple c but he seemed
dazed, hesitated and was unable
to make the catch.

The resultant single sent up
Ganteaume to face and he exe-
cuted a brilliant late cut through
the slips for four.

Skipper Groves obviously bent
on keeping down the runs bowl-
ed offbreaks around the wicket
to a packed off field. He sent
down a maiden over to Gan-
teaume. Valentine sent down a
maiden to Stollmeyer from the
other end.

1919 CONVERTE
ICE - WAGON: ==zz

— G&
aed e a
THe: TRUTH. SO HELP Me! =—

SAYS .
e@ 606 STuMPF
152 MARKET ST.

yieldedSthe cr

bea j~ ball to send uf
Race For Century

at Queen's Park Oval today.

Groves conceded a single io
Ganteaume and Iffla continued
the policy by delivering anothe:
run.ess over.

Stol:meyer turned one from
Groves to square leg to help him-
self to three and followed with a
single off Valentine’s first delivery
sending up Ganteaume who swept
the fourth ball beautifully to the
fine leg boundary. Mudie took over
from Groves. Off his fourth and
fifth deliveries Stollmeyer helped
himse!f to successive braces wi h
reat turns to square leg

Valentine followed with a
maiden and Mudie followed su't

After Valentine's next over
which yielded a single the um-
pires removed the bails for the
luncheon interval. The score was

then 148. Stollmeyer 67, Gan-
teaume 74

After Lunch
Resuming punctually at 1.40,

Iffila changed to the southern end,

and the 150 mark came when
Ganteat late cut his third ball
ft for four, One hundred





de in 162 minutes
was equalised
when Ganteaume
ish to mid-wicket for







the latter took over

th end
Iffia’s next over yielded @
«single then Ganteaume delighted



wd with a powerful square-
boundary off Kentish’3
164

the
the





Valentine then relieved Kentish





needing five runs two of
V were due to ross mis-
f f Ifla at point. When
Ganteaume squarecut the ball

ent straight through his legs

la’s next over yielded a single
Stollmeyer Jate cut
first beautifully to send
t ill sizzling along the turf
St first slip to the boundary

This let Jeffrey into eighties io
make a bit of a race of it for the
century with Ganteaume who
was 89



only, then



Ganteaume entered the nineties

with a very neat brace off
Valentine scoring with a clean
t pads

tollmeyer had a single



off Valentine Ganteaume took a
lovely sweep to fine leg to make
his score 95

With the at 185, Skipper Groves
relieved Iffla at the Pavilion end
and bowled to Ganteaume wad
was now 96

Ganteaume off drove his fourta
ball for a single and Stollmeyer on
drove the last ball for a single

Mudie replacéd Valentine at the
famm end, Stollmeyer taking a
single off the first ball and
Ganteaume also.

Andy Gets 100

Next over
Ganteaume now
er . 98, faced Skipper
ies Groves from the
/ | Pavilion end and
“ a brilliant cover
: drive off the fifth
ball for two runs
saw Ganteaume
complete his in-
dividual century

in 97 minutes.
Ganteaume
celebrated this
m with a brilliant
late cut that hit
the boundary
leaving the
feldsmen stand-
ing. An off drive
for a single by
A. GANTEAUME Stollmeyer sent



up 200 runs in 208 minutes.

Stollmeyer tickled an inswinger
from Mudie round the corner for
a single, to enter the nineties.
A powerful back drive by
Stollmeyer off Groves and mis-
fielded by Valentine reached the
boundary boosting his individual
score to 95.








minutes.

Ganteaume|
cover drive the,
ball for

next ball with a
J. STOLLMEyveR brilliant cover |

drive to the boundary.

Ganteaume then forward drove |
the next one between cover and |
point for four runs. '

Kentish's first over with the!
new ball cost 19 runs.

Fuller took charge from the;
pavilion end. Stollmeyer back |
drove the fourth ball to the long- |
on boundary for four. Stollmeyer |
turned the next ball to square leg |
for three and Ganteaume made a |
similar stroke for 3 as well. In
Kentish’s next over the batsmen
were again on the offensive and
hit 14 runs, Stollmeyer getting
four and Ganteaume 10, all but |
one on a poorly policed onside. }

Mudie took the ball from Fuller}
who had only bowled one over,

Captain Groves evidently finding | ———_— -

the new ball of little use agains*
the impregnably set batsmen. Two
hundred and fifty went up in 232
minutes. Groves however per-
severed with Kentish in whose
next over the Trinidad openers
scored off five balls for nine runs
in the same mood.

Mudie kept Stollmeyer fairly

restrained until the last ball
which the stylish International
smacked hard to the long-on
boundary

Kentish’s fdurth over of this
Spell was accurate and only con~
ceded two runs. Iffla replaced

Kentish at 271 and things remain-
img quiet for two overs till
Ganteaume brought light relief by
sweeping Iffla to the fine leg
boundary in masterly style.

Valentine assumed charge at the
southern end in place of Mudie
and Ganteaume took five off t
first six offerings.

Ganteaume Out

In Iffla’s next over, Ganteaume
cut at a leg-break which was wide
of the off stump to edge into, Binns’
gloves which were greedily wait-
ing behind the stumps. The score
Was then 286—1—147.

Ganteaume scored 19 boundaries
and played a splendid innings
surprisingly outpacing Stollmeyer
all along the road to the century
This score was a record first-
wicket stand for the ground
a Kenny Trestrail regarded as
Trinidad’s best batsman was next
man in and quickly got off the
mark with a single

Things continued quietly, the
300 going up at 3.35 p.m. 273
minutes after the start of the
innings, the tea interval findi: Z
the board reading 309 for |
Stollmeyer 139, Trestrail 16,

After Tea

Stollmeyer 139, ‘Irestrail 16
resumed Trinidad’s innings of
309/1

Stolseyer took strike from
Iffla SiPvling from the farm end
and Itfla sent down a maiden
over. Vaientine bowled next from
the pavilion end and Trestraii

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wicket. Skipper Williams in his otal {for no wkt.) 20 the sxakors of the femme er

fifth over — the first bail — hau
Drayton caught by Mullins at
silly mid-on. He scored 165.
C. B. Williams next man in took
his first strike from Williams ana
got off with a single.

Carew Out
K. Goddard reliéved Mullins
trom the screen end when te

first change was maae ana sen
down a full pitch to Williams who
took a singie. C. alseynme sent
down the nrst ball of his mrst over
to Williams who patted it aifec-
tionately back to him. He sem
down a maiden. Carew apparent-
ly quite sure of himself began to
bat freely. Williams took the firs:
four off Goddard on the leg siae.
Mullins took over from Alleyne
at the pavilion end, bowling Ww
Carew who cut a snort one into
Alleyne’s hands to end his stay a:
the wicket. The scoreboard reau
41—3—19. Walcott joined Wui-
liams who was then seven ana
raced Mullins in his last ball o7 his
sixth over.

Walcott and Williams took inany
| short runs between the wicket anu
* the 50 mark was soun reached. E.

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joa Kenneth Goddard.

After deiighfing the crowd with
some beautiful strokes Williams
was caught by E. Williams at mid-
on. Mr. Walcott’s XI closed their
first innings at 154.

Skipper Walcott (gloves) on)
took the field at 5.10 and gave E.
Atkinson the new ball to bowl to
A. Taylor who opened with Roy
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%  rid a .1.1 II ii a r T 2 7 l.>0. Barbaoosi Quorate I* r i r e: FIVE I i:\is Year 55. SIR HILARY PROCLAIMS A HOLIDAY £4,000,000 To Develop Bauxite In Jamaica KINGSTON. Jca.. Jau. 26. T HE RKYXOLDS MINING CORI'OKATION of \n. rir k investing V4.0liu.00ll Marshall Aid loan lo d.-vij, -,. nl bouyiic. thr raw material of aluminium, in Norll. fcmlicj. .ifcnrdin lo Che nrm's President, Waller lm • In a few months, work wil start on n ten km. overhead ... When production ,1 two years' time, the eon i CQITy ore to a pier where a special %  hip. tkeln* built in Britain, will take ^r...urn ioni at a tii processed into metal lor aeroplanes, buckets. Iteutet Wont Hreak The Hank %  E ., E E Hoi '" %  "• %  %  E ih.it fellow, gambit from Bo* n on the money, and h on his J i<4 that it [was true that Rosen was •wry genrrmib" with Casino croup. %  items were forbidden within the gamblln aloons. -Eeater. ildwin Buys 'Dead Man's Chest" LORD RALUW/X d |>Wt>Kk Advocate Cnrrctpor, v:.: [Gl \. (an. 26. I KxtcUci. i Baldwin has acquired tbg Ide .south of Tori Jtands and on J [ ''' | will hOfpital at Road 1 a Bu.il, ui Uum Iiland in the %  > song' %  id Man's Chest %  IHoHn and L oott,,.. „f Hum I for th, I i I Hum 5 Cuts Would Reduce British Sugar Ration Lord Lyle Tells Housewives 'f-Vom Our LtMUltm Corf'iLONDON. ill'. Mr. attache?, British Foot) tftn%  key man in the i> Commonwealth sugar talk*. • - said that Britain could I dollar import! — except Wheat nenf has bean ia, whoso Arm is %  with nations I the Labour Qoag. turned at aha next election. Lord Lyle has said that if suRar imports from dollar eoui stopped the British ration would have to be cut bj tag housewives at his Arm's London Head,* Mincing Lamon Thursday Lord Lyle said he estimated that in 1850 Mr. Strachey would have to buy 172.000 tons of sugar from dollar areas. This Represented nearly lion., on the weekly ration. Asked to comment on she recent negotiations between the Food Ministrv and the Weal Indies. Lord Lyle said it wouU appear that the West Indies are far tram satisfied that sufficient 1 DBS beep given to them to Increase their production to an extent that will ensure we can cense to be dependen' Brilain,U.S M Caiiada To Hold Atom Talks LONDON, Jan. 26. Britain, the United SI C a n ada will meal in eotiierattci Aii. mi, Knergy Research Station .f Harwell, Berk*hire. next month to review the protection of the security of atomic energy information, it wee officially announced here tonight, teuler. TO CELEBRATE THE NEW REPUBLIC OF INDIA NEW DELHI, Jau. 26. -•Hf'l Wll lv I T HE Iml an Governor General, Rajagopalachari, Host" Seize Barrack., OF DJAKARTA POLICE B.H. 8 Issue For United Nations PL'STA (.nun \ Jan. ^6. Last night the people of Punta Gorda. capital of Toledo in tin southern distru i .ouierred a mandate on the People's Committee to approach thr Cinted Nations in il,tftgW for the rrstoratiou ol laa Hrilish lion dunu dollar, completing the ejauatty-wMe .nn-devaluation mt.c. merit. Toledo rotnpriM i tribe. Maya lasUana ami reoles. King Coming Saturday iH> (i -, ( OPHIN) PORT OF SI nd Baroados Captain, John Qoddard Infi I Ptank King ha, been invited to take part in (he forthBritish Guiana %  stisfBctorj to the Barbados auihi Kin* leaves Trinidad for Barbados, Saturday, January 28 bv air at 8.30 a.m.—By Cable. W/U SIGN PACT WASHINGTON, Jan. 2fl %  lions will %  era! arms annu.i %  Govt. Awards Contract For Seawell Runway %  DiMOtOTOfJ \ .Unman &Cc Miutt. buinaer in COM ruction Dept, arrival he A in correction with the corurtruction ..i runwayat Seawell Airport According to &f mem paeterdas %  U-S II'MIH K>N „r ., new ruil nmenl h is decided to award the contract 10 % % %  pany. subject lo 'hipi the LeglauM i rUrrirnan lie lowest %  plicetion (Os a free grant of SI.212.0OU under the Devi Welfare .. \ ,i. n ; oeeuaaM %  Lhets were fired i the I in Djakarta today*. iidor.ed ul! Ihu said that dis:i v. rioiLs arts at about 3 it. local tun.today, the Dutch Nawi \M4Trtj I ("its. Tie %  .. tine In ih ni ighLourbtHKi of Sawah Be. .it. i 1..i racks ..it situated, to that an Indond command troops have l*-en sent to Weeterlina. s letaaat Dttteh lain, whose lightning capture %  ( Bandung in West Java last %  the Indonesian garrison there by surprise, nil man from there sli mediately. La, TO miles southeast of BaiHliing, was disturbed by the %  "tay o£ an arms m to Wt %m terling'a ruppoi I IndoQi m rnanant b> b w on the Djakarta) to Dperate from ten si idaht until morning. The dty has been disturhen in yesterdsiv-ii lighting by support"Westerling On The Alert Dutch troops in Djakarta will tlic St l ' John's Vestry and Mr. A. P. Cox",,, ..1, morning. The tiwi In Benduai ud atbei tftree vestrymen rliscussed the question ol allot in ntrej. Horn the Labour Wellare fund for immediate repair, to ,. T '"' "" Kl1 "" ll '-* l > l "-" k tnbution of the same iund. iierfomi before Indonesian sysapal th U %  %  • Ri puNlean irmj cancan exprc Bed ongan. Kaast. manager ol the _. . lt ,. i -id thai when an agui'iiienl rith Indies and the United in 1940 to Ing of th-j with oonditii i %  ss among differestt cku es >. wu.kera In tho industry '.Vclf.,1,f proclaimed India n Republic at iO.18 a.m. (Indian Standard Time* at Durban Hall here. Dr. Rajendra Prasad was immediately sworn in as the first President of the India Republic. —* A hus rose from the throats of the tens of thoujands of people watching as the Presidential Flag a the mast at the I Vew Delhi's Government Building. %  I .'ustice. Sir Hanlal Kania. tered the oath of offtce to SW leader of ^00,000,000 l>eople. in the presence of foreign iidlyi-obed Indian Princesses, and the ; oluicians in their formal -11 uniform. %  icmony was enacted TadAnd Lylr \ml The Election J-' Repair Sugar Workers Houses Three Vestrymen irge Mr. F. E. C. Bethell. M.C.P. Mr. 3. C. Gr Bj B.G. Floods H-ro-oo. Advocate CormpurMfcuii .iuvv.\. B.0 Jan. jti live weeks ol baai uuindatad British Guiana coast• losses of crops, cattle, and poultry, and leaving hundreds iiiu deetituni as they ireed from the flooded The Goveruoi. Su Chaj lay, and technicians made a twoday inspection of the saad soup kitiiiena while the Red Cross Comi providing clothing and mi ilium' N partmcnl reported today that L'4 3 inches 'iad already fallen ttsfcl tt (^Me. Blame The Brain LONDON, Jan. 28. The brain starts slotting up at the age of 2B. Ing to British Medical Rxparta. After that the paogle And it more difficult to adapt themselves to uew procures. investigators for the British Medical Research Council have found. Worker*. especially in manual occupation-,. are noticeably older mentalh after 28. and there is a detectable difference ol at which they can make a hange These conclusions i In an Investigation mtu the industrial usefulness of older \* Older workers are often 'uient. if then ike then own time, it was reported— Renter. | Fact. : bean making use ol the RehabUl Fund, but labourers have llstributlon. i Mr. Bethell told "" that nlthough tinVestrymen oi playing ffesdi In U* %  more natpQtl si.'tLu the bulk repairing them. %  %  ed to Dutch soldiers gwaattng ITS of the walked in "I then said that out coi.tract was let Dutch troops, nd wa lafl tts taaji Mr. Kaast aid The Dutch army coaunaad os> %  i '! thl part) i.inoval to %  fter the tfl %  omplained <edeeked and gowered arches. Demonstrators kttgBJM and Police black %  nu,u>tral.oit 111 the labour area this morning. 1'uimuunisis, who were staging an *anU-Republtc" prohurled acid bulbs and crowd. Police opened lire, and the demonstrators dispersed. Fift\ demonstrators were < and handed ovei to the I'oih.'. Before taking office. President one of the closest associates oi Mahatma Uandhi. paid 15 minutes homage to the "Fathei ol the National the place where Uendhi's U cremated. President Prasad and his wtta laid flowers at the sacred spot, and walked around it three times with hands folded in prayer in traditional Hindu raanton The Government bl a public holiday, and ran special trains which enabled 20,000 people lo gather 00 the Champ De Mars race course here today to celebrate the new Indian Republic. The one brilliantly on the scene. by an amphi-theatre f green elad mountains. The Indian Q asked Mauritians of Indian origin With Pand.i Kehru'a message, which ha reed out. Mauritius l.ovrrnei HUan BteeaL leal laal he was liapp> to >eiIndia nanahalaUJ in Ihr ( ainmoiiwraltli and retsin lllr Unit,It Hngj ag pollllt.l ihuuihl. Ul :i,intlal. Au. %  ;. I ;er 4 years and recalled that he wa* set • here by Gandhi in 1007 to • On Page 3 Tops For Peron Flying Smuggler Gets 12 > vs. After Jury Disagree On \ erdict In Murder Trial BUENOS aJRES, J The linal returns of the elections of the Province of Nan Jorge for state regulation and muim-iiw overwhelming Peronosit) The folio Parlg MS i %  'M.OOO. I II. & H. f-IMll t i the light of the % %  S> (In Page 3 Democrats 2,012. Socialists 1.276 The 1'-; .inor. Huparto Gooy, was n •ISO—52.—r DAMAGES Cl UMED IN TRUCULENT CASE LONDON. Jan. 26 was The British Admiralty announcThey had l that it had issued a d dl writ for damages in the Brlttsl High Court against the owners of obil the Swedish ship Diutna, wsuck The sV*s* *!* ^** JM I Ml RFXIEF COMMITTEE assembled a: ->n yesterday, %  J, •hat they called a "back down" by Go IM 1B rosscarnc A. Braithwaite Is standing addressing the Committee. • mm on Page S otaaaon with the British submarine Trtu-drt.t m the Thames Estuary on January 12. The Isank with the %  The A w r i : damages for "the loss of effects ^t naval r.nd civilian officers and Trucklrnr colllsplird. 'i did ... d wh' Earlier to-day. the Swedish he did n Consul-General In LotkOV a f eg T M M H al V an b org. opened an li • n %  • the dut\ of the othei ships lo the disaster on boh l :ttl i [tule to gh DON'T MISS H silt PATRICK II v lells UM TALK OF TIIK STOLtN PEAKI> ,„ MOIHI.I; I \ M iil\ %  ..ii Order vout top) TO€w| bean your local gajenL LONDON. Jan. 26. tonaJd Hume, the Hying smuiiglti" escaped tht-i %  i,mi.n ,,1. aVsOgi 'day when a jury ul ten imn :nui i \eidiil in IILS ttigl [oi ID lUg) found mm gUl %  %  ^ory alter the fait" M waa scnten<.ed to \2 years Imprisonment for his part In posing of the body of g Kerbside dealer SUniay Setl> The tor he-io tiit veidicl calnuj ding as he itppeu down Ira dock. It *;. one of the most sen ire) i i %  %  % %  %  Another jury wag U* to hear the ne which Hume pleaded guilty. II %  %  d white lu thought -i mall i lift Hi • hat he ng to gel nd without any This inquiry, he said, was port ly administrative — to what had haupet %  to assess guilt or dam ag es. During his evidence at la's Captain. H Hommcrberg. said that his had only a radio telephone wl be expected that %  %  The new indictnaBat Hone hast bei n in ->" ei i %  %  • plea that hel| save Hume was his description ol [ how three London ga %  counu i ieit printing plait into the sea. They had brought the parcel to his flat, bir ontaiiMMi not njatea foi forginrl %  %  i ut upj body ol the dealer. The prosecutoi j alleged that the ajajuaj I Hume's Imagination" Defence Cuuiuiel said that Hum.' i spfgcj the uarcel, thinkiriit anparatlvely innocontadh %  ** as biiiaim bee *hr eedbT s tar be wai th men A ho would nat i murder him. bu owji life would not have been worth a moment's grac-Reutrr. Should a jjoiinq wife be practical about mouey matters? ''f m \' <*>"'• I'm practical about money mattes... \J I havo lo be I I may nol unctortitaiid hlaK llnanco, but I am the one who musl budget the bom* xpndlluie . It's my yob lo ttrWah the dolluia to leea and cloiho a qrowtii j Imnily. "Thai i why I look upon my huiband's Ul* Inuranoe as a lolnt reiporuubillly — his and mine. II I should ever lose him, II is ihe children and I who would suitor without an income lo replace hla earnings. "So we plan our Ule Insurance together to provide an income Ihil we agree would be nucessary lor me In case ol need, //is responsibility Is lo earn money• . mine Is to see lhal some o[ II Is made available lo meet the piommms us Ihey (all due. "II I had nol been willing lo play my part, ray husband would have iuund it impossible to provide ""• Hnanci : „, | aMh | y needm," MANUFACTURERS INSURANCE Ll PfCOHP*NT HIAD OfllC Il..lM,.l~d 117) IOIONIO. CANASA W. .. IOMMIK A lo.. fill IIPSSII Peter DeVerteviUe C/n'e/ Reprtjnlativ Clyde L Walcort Afltni New Pnont 4317 High Sbmt P. 0. Box 102.



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. r JANXABV ?7. l5fl EAndrewFloodVictims j e ed Shelter From Rain ^j D A. Foster and L. E. R. GUI, rcptwtiital jj St. Andrew in the House, spake on the Resolution [51.700 tor thi -chool Buildings OK Tue* ,*„, : ""• *•** m-day urn „ .. "^J cr ,he Leader of Ihe Uw Mount Tabor School was raised V wi olT. take it that by ihe honourable senior member -Mnourable senior member tor St John and the honourable E John had not got to his senior member (or St. Joseph mi Ed spoken nn the last occasomewhat surprised that the que.tion should have been raised in of the tact ihat the parish of LE, place in trthei John had been well treated f^fcred M a reeult of the 1 he parish had been visited not im HARBADOS ADVOCATE iastMl* .. Honourable memonly by lhe Colonial Secretary anil IJSl remember that when ihis by the honourable member', but %  E of the flood damage was Governor. You can P^jered by this House, well imagine ihe plight of St. Anvhich has had none of ihese A list was sent in asking than w.ooo to ate people: thai much mutilated that moat unrecognizable as pan of the original list which was !f2J n ana "^ Mltry sum of as dished out to assist iut Kme "' """ <*""*' who fsuflered damage to their ssrere sleeping in the InstiHis Honour the Speaker out that we passed |S a* parish of St. Andrew riffo or three months ago ft shewed him that certain were lying on the ground. tot one cent had been voted, these poor people who had sufT.-ilief of these people Invited ,t from that I have Invnad gs of the Executive Com. u come down to St. Anfnid see the damage, and I of excusewere made. %  ther told me "I will be about 5 o'clock" but 3 I not yet come. I teleed materially. I am speaking from what I have seen in the parish of St. Andrew; and In at lent 'ices I saw hoi. i ally lying flat on the ground eov. 'if furniture. Cardboard At Greenland there Ihe r„uf of which is p.ii, '-nrdbraml to as to keep out some %  ay colleague, the III.IK.UI at Ine water: you can see jior member for St. Anthrough the roof of that house and asked him to come In King Street, St. Andrew a aad see the suffering of the house was very badlv damaged and out of the remains the owner a temporary shelter in which the owner, her • infant child were nsiding. I hope %  a hill, speed in relieving the plight of these peopia in St Andrew. 1 tin not see why some of which has accumulated to the labour Welfare Fund could I be used m repairing these have collected ap$800,000 PAGE THREE tettsrsssR aanrfgt people whose housellovn down. I repeat thai Kf these people :\w in the %  JD to-day. M i fyou that the Hi* cheeks when he saw the %  of these people. The who claim to be the rrpreo( the BUiM Should %  rotten conditions uadei HH masses are exist inn* the | Of the English languagi I express my view of those j pn i I have a Hat here ask(parish of St. Andrew which had 11,000 jnd the estimate by I manufactured an average of 7 200 tons of sugar over the past three years, had contributed about $52,000. An allocation has been made from the Labour Welfare Finn, at the rate of $1.50 per head or population, and St. Andrew with %  population of approximately 7.000 has been playing field and recreation hall at a cost of approximately $| i.ooo. of that money could not be used In helping these unfortunate people who cannot help themselves. I should like to draw to the attention of the Government that the Hurricane Relief Committee appointed to render assistance in St Andrew employed certain men to clear the roadways and these men have not been remunerated for their services. I do think that %  Impcrted Canadian A" eort 10c each Cocoanuts are sold at $5.50 per :oo ind 7 eac i retailed, cm wood is sold at 92c per 100 lhor St for 2| lbs. I and these poor, desi have not been atB have drawn the mateattc:' n of Mr Speaker I that .he Government immediate action and I the rescue of these poor. > ptople. Accident I had hoped (hat the I which the Government i relation to the Mount pfcool was b> design hut it was by accident. A thai these people will be able to take shelter from rain and wind. After all. to be living in houses such as those in which I saw people living is detrimental to health We want to have a contented community and I think it is in our interest to relieve suffering of the kind which has been mentiom-J, and put these people back in the n which they were befo.e this unfortunate calamity. I hoi>e that something concrete will result out of the few remarks which 1 have had to make. etty Hull. HI For Divorce LEEWARDS REFORM BOLLYWOOD, Jan. 20. %  I Button, 28 year old |bombshell" of the Alms. ST. JOHNS. Antigua Jan 20 The Constitutional Reform nittee under the ChairmanIt luit foi divorce, allegship oi Mr .1 Conrad Wooding cruelty", according t< have submitted a report to Gov• %  nt. Antigua was represent%  band. Ti-i Honourable V. c B Elected members %  "•lit is n| |i \ M^Hiy-Stewarl, Nominlopon ated unofficial member. St r" e *L B ri sk ,3 'i "Kutv—Hon C A. Evelyn, nomin%  they hau teparated for ated and official member Electeo | time. emic Baffles Doctors hOlAGEN %  rious epuj weeping Deni %  "nptonis txi Jj *. which normally a few days. V know,, med ** •* momem M -*eter. ( 0 i r"in page I %  indentured I,, n wnich %  tarteo. 'he tight iigainst indentured laboui 1 1 on sugar. of rndia %  on UK in;. %  %  %  for your mi upi of the Indian peopli undei the nav the close tot .. the Commonwealth of Nations ano India, will continue b*l Indian Republic ami the othei free nations „f ihe CommonMinlater, den i said tonight that u would alway, •>l respect to those who were the protugonist.In pressing national claims. "As the events which are still the pre s ent to many of %  Ul the Common; 1 "Th.acceptance of this at the %  %  Historic imp., ed. not for the Pies, and demon-' gth lies m %  rormalrty. %  Ible oPlce %  taki the macehleh face There is ai avnount of work te Landard af In the pressure itiori the meons happy India b ng ns her Prime i. a man ision and thia inauguration nd to the Pii the Repubiie. Pandit Hi his colleagues in the Goi %  %  %  suuere wish..,. Ifay th-v anio* and happlncsa the IndJ %  i.ieniational peace and and maintain between While thia function is primarily a domestic tha Indian eon.: is but natural we should wish. and find it exhilarating, to share Log with our friend* in Portugal and other lands." South African Premier, Dr. aid India owed her indei-i)dence to the wise statesmanship of Gandhi and Pandit Nehru, who relied on m ttta IndfaVi I to Panel Nchm. hi ,v Indi.m Republic: "Cm day in Indian historv, 1 my good wishes on the proclamation of the ideal for which tha India Ltava Ung strive: ' Holland's con-| gratuladona to India on "this new and important phase of' The Dutch people regard\ ". Moodnesa and per-! Bf than power and) and who demonstrated to! It) the greatest moral ry." Farley Hill: An Old Barbados Mansion MK WFKKS readers of !-.iper have been reading tnat 'Farley Hill,m St. Peter ll for sale. This old Barbadian in..nion was nd improved by Sir Giaham Briggs. (or tha enteitamrnavri of Prfnee Alfrptl. Duke pi lie island in IHtil Jaakfl Anth in terian %  daaf to H Graham i n 1887 guw the followiui' description of the house: 'After keeping by the sea for an hour, we turned inland. ;i n.i at tha loot of a steep hill we met our host, who transirrren me to Ins own corringe had four or live miles to go ttlrooajg ;omc vane Heldng sugar mills. At the end of them, we came tn n grand avenue n: ,. ms> a nun dred o r n hundred and twentv %  at Ugh. The avenue led up -n Sir Graham's house which stands 800 feet atove the sea. Rare Trees n'len, once the wonder i ind. was running wild, though rare trees and shrubs %  -nm its ancient apstOdour. Among them were two I as the palms but bent out of shape by the trade winds. Passing through n hall among a litter of Caiib curiosities, m itered the drawing room, a magnificent saloon extending with various oompar'.ments over the greater part of the ground Hoor storey. It was filled with rare and curious things, gathered in the days when sugir was a hom of plenty, and selected with tha finest taste, pictures. engravings. gems. antiquarian relics, books, maps and manufl 'lining mom almost .is i %  d one* been the scene <•( hospitality like those which I brated by Tom Cring'c. A board italrcaee of solid mahogany led up from the hall, to long oul : .vhich "hedrooms o|>oned with cool deep balconies and the univaraa] green blinds. It was i palace with which Aladdin m el might have been B.W.I.A. Get LS Concfssiop an %  w era |>.-rmlt to tl" t attad statea The permit wa t.ppmved by the I lath Jami i issued or B w I A s anpHaMI in February. 1949. in eluded the followm,. %  LM1. IUrtMdo> KIIU •1*11 ;uai, riiWHPnrt-au. %  piruT, K.iit*ioii. Man two Bv. Uiauni %  Km.. •.,„ luw %  In August. IH9. gM Director. Commander A I ppaar l>efore the Civil Aeronaunea Board exi %  time n W I A Rlngstoi under chartei CariMaan Mrwaya •he operatiotif ipedflcal tr.rliTs. wh.i Civil Aeronauaka nuanartq Ma will cease and B.W.I.A. will operate under .its own name right through from rrfnidad to Miami p rot New v "k and atoea the Unfeted States can from Miami hy mil ot domestic airlines. QUAKER OHS give more nourishment to help children grow! Tssst; HiAiiM iaiaaAi Bo.1 1 cup. of *u.r. Add all. Vhta •"ilia*, "dd 1 o, r ,„ Qodief O.,,. loo* It Minio*. for 2U, „;„„„. Tta.i'a alt M9SM "INOAU MQ8£ Morons flgaaf OMtoaTM .. MQS§ vitaamn II, — a.) -evety hour of the day r ^CKIABT LOVES hiWba aaajayaai aki ihot and kotliarad you will aaMaa4a l.v > ..nr fniluma — if you do thia. Altar n u> b "" 1 -' l *""'' %  vnunir„ll war with Caahrnaw Boaaaaal T.,i, p ,.„,i,. r i,„ ,„„„„. ,,„„.,, „ lM Mm vnyu kin "' •'"• : %  '"" m a !" ol. protrrtina Sim tliat a Vi I"" in l.mn. It. drlicata iiorfuaw willad.l naa and > o.-hana u.your whole nanun.ilit 1 r-..r i aahmara M aet k Hie Tukum Powder with tio fru#(riiiKf nwii Iwo. Cashmere Bouquet TALCUM POWDER 'MOLIVC.rilT CO. ; ; v.v.v.v.v.v.v,v.v.v/.v.v^,w, w .v/,v/.v.'.v.v.. "VALO R" OIL STOVES Policemen More Boxes Get Soon thou right perspective and with .,.„„ _-,. ,, have to a large extent n^l,ll,,, '"•*" "'JT"'^! uiatituUon, upon those which we „ ', hl ** %  — ••'•> the have over thr y u-a worked out £' %  •• in practice in thia country Th.. >**><*>*y ' Stale and the actu J new eotutltutlon has been baid "f, 1 '. r "tajtnKUon, The preaent broadly on the principles and" 1 .n allowance f r Western demorrn. -"I s and I think that the framcri. ol '""*' d "'''' ""' n l '" the t'onstitutLon would tnanMelvaa iilirre that they have prollted I; vl11 %  • Cf aa rg ad ^i the work done in previ. by British and Indians who "have "pare parts imported worked on Indian constitutional 'i"*' n the contract and n— problems cxportiHl within two mint' "When the India Bill was passed completion. It will ajao by Pailiamcnt. India was i i ompletely free to choose h. I lelaa used solely Albertnn Raid or Mount Fri. ..„,„, she was also • lup. St Michael was put on p..i.„,.| v lrrr t0 choM u; l|rc incurrcd undor 8 months yeaterd.,. „ould continue to h. r the Advan. o us worship Mr a. A. McLeoil I member of Ihe Commonwealth Res., of two aheep | She has chosen to be a Ri t„ thi, but sht has also chosen to i. at n ..vision. iiembers from this Island did not ui as they had hlthartt In that the liould '" %  pl Montserrat T.M ind J. w. n < Elected t: lion A. W .irii.lliri.il Mi H T. EIWIM Sfaia Shee/> CONTRACT FOR SEAUELL the It -. More shelters lor Traffic Policemen on point duty are anticipated stun, Comiiusaioner of Police, told the -Advocate" yesterday that he is now erecting another shelter in the form or a large umbrella, for the point duty man by the Nelson Monument. aHaf will be compared with the other in Trafalgar Square and then he will decide which la the more suitable lor general use. It U expected thai the new shelter will be erected on Mon. day. 2 Imprisoned For Fraud IN ROME HOME. Jan. 26, IM ol Assizes todav ruled that it is not an olTen.aaahMl monetary lawa to make false Hold sovereigns. The Court acquitted Artgir i Rampelli and .Antonio Amerini ol a charge of i-ouiiterfr-.lmg. They ware instead aanumced U> n each for fraud. The Court-held that a failing charge cannot be naapa c l of •• inonaj whka %  gM tender VIM cleans everything smoothly and speedily! %  '") vour cake lins My I A rub or *fl grease and Mask* all quicker. : Vim. G tlc ra ^ TALCUM ** MODERN I in I;M i; OVI N-. Cotton Wash FROCKS All Slice $11.1"; each Art Silk SLIPS Si/,.. ;:_ %  in nn .-."Ii .MODERN DRESS BROAD STREET. oi dapemdaMi CnUng a "".i.s s4oxi & naa U2.5S & 1*11.12 und SMALL STUM'S a*saSjBb in a few day;. <;. W. HLTCHINSON & CO., LTD. aaaaa STSSBT. DIAL IM ''•-•-•••••• v -VVW/w,v/


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PACE FOfR THE BARBAIM"vnVOCATE "' %  '" l\M,\g Y RBM)0S# ADVOCATE -mmi a. Th. nno.w. •• •aaBtrss Friday. January 27. 1M Oil. W IIHIT Wad* %  M Isatatassj .-.! la*"*** '' %  >'" %  .pi*. w.lacut hsaosSS He or MPlavfield* Or llmisrs'/ IN 184S the United Kingdom Governsnant enteied an agreement with the West Indies to purchase their total exportable surplus of sugar at an agreed price; and the fixing of that price was regulated by certain conditions as to the distribution of • cess among various classes of workers in Ik* industry From this cess allocations ware to be made to the rate of £1. 5s. per ton to a Price Stabilisation Fund. £ 1 to a Rehabilitation Fund and 10 to a Labour Welfare Fund. The accumulations for three years has brought the total of the Labour Welfare Fund to £ 167.000. This fund was created for the purpose of improving the living conditions of the labourers in the sugar industry with housing to be given priority. A survey of the houses in which these labourers live in any part of this island will satisfy the most casual observer that it was most appropriate that greater efforts should have been made at improvement. For that matter, housing in Barbados might well be regarded as a blot on the reputation of which we have boasted. The scathing comments of the Committee appointed in March 1942 serve as an accurate description and record of this unsatisfactory condition. Yesterday a deputation consisting of Mr. F. E. Bethell. M.C.P. of the StMichael's Vestry. Mr. A P. Cox of the St. Joseph's Vestry and Mr. S. G. Greenidge of the St. John's Vestry, interviewed His Excellency the Governor in an attempt to solicit his support in having the Labour Welfare Fund administered. The suggestion is being made that money from the Welfare Fund should be spent in providing playing-fields. No one denies the benefit to be derived from playingfields or the right to proper recreation or access to open space*, especially when the resultant benefit to health is considered But at the same time those who have taken any. except a most superficial interest in these matters will realise that Barbados still boasts of an annual rainfall of forty odd inches and there is an essential difference between a playing-field for healthy recreation and a house in which to shelter a body and to carry out those functions consonant with the conventions of society. The public is yet to be told whether the Labour Welfare Fund is being administered by some government department or whether there has been any committee or board appointed to handle it or whether it is being administered at all That is the justification for the approach to the Governor by the gentlemen who visited Government House yesterday. The question of the future price of sugar ia still to be settled between the British Government and the West Indies but there is no reason why this should delay the administration of a fund which has already accumulated a huge amount of money and to which the 1940 allocation of £76.000 has Just been added The gravamen of the charge is emphasised and the condition of things aggravated when it is realised that nearly five months ago a tropical disturbance wrought havoc and brought great distress amongst others, to workers in the sugar industry for whose benefit this fund was created Meanwhile people continue to be badly boused and it is little comfort to be offered open playing-fields when many of them still live in over-ventilated hovels, some of which have to be patched with newspapers. Th pressing need is not for playing-iields but for repairs to houses and in many cases for the houses. Oil ciaun* the Government Resolution siiasiwlmr. i:..-ce ara\endj>*KM ire franunf of licences under qu ird to bring ths experts here, newel to prow W *J*J""J!KT5 the FWoleum Act. 1 am roll a u>e con of tb.tr acctsnmodation teen done for the flcod •'" comparative itranfer lo Head salaries, add 10 per cent, tor this parish — sons. "J^*"* 1 ,?*" House, but the opinions of a eventualities, aid thare would been (ranted larger amoun t ~~ comparative stranger may be of tie an estimate o.' reasonable prothey bad interest—last Tuesdays meet n: portions. -Where there is oil", meat apparent **L* t, L TJ2T was the first occasion on which M1 d Mr. Dowding. -there ia dirt considerable suffering sod aaraI hare seen Mr Adams really an_,„,, plenty of it' The House ship in data area—certainly sseacnoyad. and the Urn orcasioi) that BnaUr passed the Resolution fen M • i warrant further aid rn 1 have heard the usually gmlsl su.oOO. and the eight -Noes" public funds. Mr Tester expressed siWalcott let "loose" with a w(re all on the Goreriiauail side his intention of sap— lin g to .. merciless oral torrent which must „, u^ „b>. Mr Mapp had preExcellency ths Ooreroor to viii: have stuns the nvunbers of the viouslv described the whole detrie area should seuon not be imExecutive as would the venomous ^^ m% ceie bis quibble and in mediately forthcoming, tail of a scorpion. And yet, the u,,, h, wm$ very right, lee a Mr. Mottley, as usual, proviawtmle difference of opinion appm many people may havvcrv ed the few light touches of the peared to be little more than a ^i fjees should It be discovered, afternoon. Unless he is perturbec SjBiraierstancUiul whkh wss siwh ch Heaven forbid, that thetc abcul anything in parucular.Mi lowed to get out of hand. On B no oil worth drilling Bar as Mottiey's sp ee ch e s are so m e, run g January 17th Mr. Adams had Barbados. From the tenseness of in ths nature of friendly chatsasked for H.000. Mr. Walcott. Tuesdays debate one could alcarried on with almost every alone with the rest of the memmMt visualize this Colony as i member in the House—a feature bees of the Opposition, wanted to budding second Aruta Too much, which seldom fails to annoy Mr know what had happened. In one (Mr „ fom :o be expected from Smith when that gentleman is m week, to necessitate the requirthe nperu or experts. Oil we Is the chair. Mr. Mottley. H would ing of the additional JIT.OOO. and and ,i, th, mighty machinery .„, also has sources of inforhow such a sum could possibly of ojl pro duction are not born mation which invariably, to a be spent on the services of sn ovemi ,h,. inser degree, snnoy Mr. Adams espert. or experts, between now Shadows " ,h '**"' "' Civu Sen -1 f: and March Slst. The former At••• sate ^" -.inatralion Mr. Adams stated torney-General was accused by The m ,^, K !" S?ViJ !" ,'„rt that he never ceased to wonder Mr "Adam, of deliberately dispm In '^f£^St"^^.^ -from what starry heightsth. Ul oi;.iuvi.ij — a-— %  -%  — J— „ ,, t ,_4 iron. WIsast IWIIJ iiarajKiaiai a— Sft^jffcaS=5 5Si5SSS SSSSL." K Z. Mr Wawott dernsndreceive preference in the training "'"" %  u ? h V e?,h^rhe M w r ord.'bT^dr.vvn nirb. P-*d in the^o-£2 !" ^ „ blunt refussl lice rPartment and the'Labour ,.„,,,„.. ^ ^ m0m rvious to this pepartrnent At his stage, work itnM inmimt or fornier —lo be met with from Mr Adams Prev ImmmSZS&mS-. ""ZXX^iXSEJS Su^or'Tieedtal Services MORE JAP CHRISTIANS TOKYO (Bv Mail) GENERAL DOUGLAS MACARTHL'R'S heaxlQuarters m Tokyo foresee a 'much, Uraer" growth of the Christian movement Japan during 1949 and 1950 than in re"Fri suppon of their prediction, officials m the Religious and Cultural Resources division of the headquarters point out that : 11 1 The number of Catholic catechumens on June 30. 1949. was 29 per cent larger than M the same date in 1948. 2. The Church of Christ has launched a fiv-e-vear programme of evangelism that is expected to result in an accelerated growth of conversions; and 3 The influx of Christian missionaries as weil as the new emphasis being given Christian literature and Bible distribution is expected to result in an accelerated growth of churches. , ,__ Ir. November 1949. total church membership in Japan, these officials estimated, stood at approximately 370.000 indicating that %  almost all Christian denominations had regained their pre-war strength. They pointed out it was impossible to give i the exact total for the entire country at a given date because of the varying periods covered as a statistical year in denominational reports. _ For instance, the Episcopal Church follows the calendar vear and its reports are as of December SL The Church of Christ in Japan reports as of March 31, and the Catholic Church reports as of June 30. Thev also stressed that religious statistics must be used with caution for comparative purposes because they are based on varying siandards of computation. Reports show that the total number of churches for all denominations was 2.803 anu the number of clergy, ordained and unordained. was 6,129. During the 12-month ,/*/-*? Urn! ill -Oil's LAGER BEER—per bottle —per ease til AKtR CORN FLAKES—per pal GOLDEN BEAN ICING sl'GtK-per pkl *ui kilt*, 1 i snail, a .a "MIXMIII SIIIIIIA hich Mr. Mottley the Leader of the lid have "to continue vxzs&zttZ M^7O, rs^ ~SSK EffjSis&sSSS SenIty of'the expert, and thai duced acetylene lamps at around £uons at^ ^J^^^Land '"-< and -he net Gain to the Christian movethe selectee could be i "friend" *.*>. but "J !" n j! !" pi M Y of it. Unless glaring ex„, Part, .members. JThi. j was _lhe ,Ure i !" *,",!" --^ poiu !" are made, the InvesUpBERGER PAINTS PERMANENT GREEN— %  gin 1 1 gin tins LASTIKON WHITE— Vi, V, and 1 gin line PERQUITE WHITE%  %  ', and 1 gin tins OPAQUE WHITE— Vt, l i and 1 gin tins RED OXIDE—1 gin and 5 Bin Uns PROMEUM SILVER—',. ', a 1 gin tins EBONITE BITUMINOUS—i.. 'i and 1 gut Oat BERVAR VARNISH—v. & 14 gin „„, MATROIL WALL PAINT—14 lb tins DUSSEAL (for Waterproofing)— l, gin and I ri>. I 4-Hour LACQUER (in colours 1 -1, p i m acut J !" PROMEUM PRIMER RUST PREVENTATIti"?* 1 gin tins ^ a RUX PAINT REMOVER PAINT PROTECTS and I wrongly refuted by Mr Adams the darkr.es. Later ths> Marshal. g^ !" 0 ^ nion wU1 „, whodalmed that Govermnent obviously with the best oflnten^ but a wute merely wished to have the rroney fons. placed a aJtlUvr lamp on P —J ml available to avoid any delay B the reporter l^"-*"^ 1 ,"^ KclS Walcott was of the opin the event of the prorogat"" "< umnist has been suffering .rcm Mi ion The House". Mr. Crawford, la %  eye .rouble eve.' %  ince_ Major that a "JJbfJJ^ '^ f^_ ,nl that the amount be reduced business in the after lea .p eriod >. ei*iun nuiie reasoosbly sugwas an impassioned speech Iro-r. LtsiaUia: t^ more money Mr Foster on the plight of the Taking up his duties tor the 5!. .. available the more victims of the September 0oods in first time, newly appointed Mar.X .^nert or experts appointthe parish of SI Andrew. In the shal of the House. Mr. Gordon J. ^ !" !lrf he llkelv to destrongest speech that 1 have heat 1 Brathwaite. did his job with dig.7fn7 their services, and him make Mr Fo were 18.854 baptisms in the Catholic Church and a net increase in membership of 11.154. The church reported on June 30. 1949. it had a membership of 130.388. ministered by 593 priests including 179 Japanese. The largest Protestant denomination, the Church of Christ in Japan, baptized 10,831 in a year's period preceding March 31, 1949, but the increase in membership was 13.737 WILKLNSON 4 HAi'MCS CO, LTlj, C.S. PITCHER & CO. Phones: 4472 at 1887 THE BEST AEWS -II SI MUSIVIII DUTCH APP1 .30^ per No Delivery) lb. STANSFELD. SCOTT & CO.. Iltl HI KICK t'l'LLEK „it with raora aasurancs "l can irai pleasant, green perform It. Let us hope that th, me the eaperwrwa meadow where the nymphs ar,es. Indies, in their very natural Ineatima "•> ' oltsl The three. Western commandants sent a letter of protest to the Russian authorities against the recent traffic holdup at Uaraanberg it was reported by Keuler from Berlin on Thursday. The letter, which was addressed to Majorl.encral Alexander Kotikov, Soviet Com] mandant in Berlin, accused the Russians of "thwarting the intentions of the Foreign Ministers as expressed in Paris'. I The text of the letter will be released later. NOTICE DUE TO THE ARRIVAL OF THE I "MAURETANIA" ON SATURDAY OUR DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT WlLa| CLOSED ON Thursday 2ttth • 4 and our" " Saturday Jlt.li -.•...XMij OUR FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS I ASKED TO CO-OPERATE BY ACCORDINGLY. DA COSTA & CO.. LTD| DEPAJtTHENI. DRY GOODS Olll HI A III IIS SAY, Tin British i ou nr i I Is lifting In valuable* Work In Barbados '-->-,-, V,',',',-,','. ,'.-,-.-,','.'.',',','-'.V',W. To Tk* CAlor, The Advocmtt SIR.—During rvcmt months %  has opwarrd in your coli, both as coiTa^>orwlctu and aa faaturr article*. veiUsl and inert critlcum o( tin uve*. policy and personnel of tbc Bntuh Council. Seldom, ho*•vtr. hav* the critici atten\ptcd to present any coiuUuctiva %  MraimrnT of the ndualaV pwmanent work which U.< Uh Cuuncil has accomi aincc the inatituUon in Barbados. It appears to me that the critus arc tfenerally ignorant of the extent of the Council'! MfM to many agencies of progress in th* Island The members of the sit., n the senior pupils of th* Sccondlefaools are definitely earnest in their praise ell which has provided invaluable educational aids during Urn past three yean. Hundreds ofJ teachers and technician., specialists .r.d laymen, # and leisured folks, have u>ed the Ltiea offered < regretubly closed >, the readinj rooms, the films, the gr-maphoms and records. Lovers of I %  ad the Tine Arts (representative of the whole island community) have expressed warm appreciation of ll tastholuity of taste) in cultural attainments as displayed at "Wakoticld*. With the assistance of th* Council riimmitlees have sponsored lecture courses in a variety of sub" jects which cannot be said to have been influenced ly any desirej tu enforce linlisii Culture upon unwilling Barbadians. rh addition to the routine work of assisting local educational and .11 projects the British U haw lirougrit to the island sonal reputations, and whose erhood, are <-. Profteeor Vincent Han "Membershi|> mmonwealth" will iemain in the minds of all wh heard this eminent historian. .It wss a work of artFrederick Fuller's delightful singing brought lovers a uniq> i viwrieiice. T> cii has auwisted many local dramatic productions and its portable, stage has bean used by many local groups. Its Interest in Drama has not b*i realised because there is little local organisations in thss I Anv recital of t*iBritish dian progress would be incomplete without some rat number of Barbadians who have been granted scholars!.; have enabled tier special posts, thereby increasing their efficiency as citizens. The Public Library, Harrisoi. Lodge School, Combermcrc School. Erdlston Training College, The Department of tduca; of personnel through funds of the I n been levelled againsvt the r>is>ral aa uv effect that it ..itevrs lliajl u s astoutd realise that the K.t.-. the funds of th< %  >re entitled to some re'..iruing good friends cl Bntaiu Into better friends—a %  mplc of which may be followed with advantage by any peoplIncidentally, tho work of the But.-h Cow West sndies has ha socne Ig n cra nce of this area which for too long has existed i Surely more can be done—by both sides, so that by friendship and co-opsnOon pMnd progress saaj be achieved. WIST INDIAN Ihfficultir* To The Ediior. Th* Adoocef* R reply to pearing in Sunday's issue of your James %  sssMgajt,' TH sajsasgn read.-. — •The care of any emergency other than earthquakes and devastating fires or floods." I would like to pni-• during the war and after, equipment of this kind was in sivrt supply, and only a few Cays I read in the paper where there is a further shortage. I understand some time ago Mr. Smith had to go to England to urge the delivery of the very equipment which is now damaged. I am not defending Mr S: th* Elertric Company, but as an importer of certain equipment 1 know how difficult rics and I dor. t think Mr Smith shoui<; manner, neither is he responsible last war which Is causing this misery J* %  ...'..ctuic oi such machinery more aha of capacity F A SPK1NGER it to the Auto Tyre Company, HS* ha Tralalgar a. Spry Streets. %  1' %  it to tske January 24, iay>. Sal M„,h Hop,' To T Iditor, The Advocate. SIR.—Your article in Ihe "Advocate" of the 2Sth Insl on Road Sale-.j recalls a warning that it strsased In some countries but is rot generally put into prai' Barbados vii the necessity lor a I .veiling in the opposite direction to a bus, which has stopped to put down passengers, to slow down and proceed with the utmost care May I quote an example, a not unlikely happening; a stationery bus slops opposite the house ol a child passenger, who. in spite ol all previous wsrning it has received, runs impulsively behind the bus across the road in the excitement of getting home. I have "Ppen many times. A ming from the oppc rectson passes Ihe bus >. slowing down at perhap, or more miles per hour Is not much hope for thst child A E BELL Windy Ridge. Paynes Bay. MILK-FED CHICKENS MILK-FED TURKEYS AUSTRALIAN RABBITS LAMB CHOPS VEAL CHOI'S OX TONGUES OX TAIL Sfaettasls, FISH CAKES, per tin 12c. DALTON CORNFI ..'—Ic. Lsrge tins MAGNET PEAS —30c. GRAPE FRUIT, each—k. ORANGES.sach—4c. CARROTS, pelb. — 20c. LIMES, each—2c. BEET ROOT, per lb. — 16c. CABBAGE, per lb. — 24c. TOMATO J IMrlttPW'r IGK J* l'HL'NES POTATO*** DUTCH OBJ A* "J GOLDjf^ noKB "j! FRDSCHJ^, CROWN Phone I.ODO


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PAGE EIGHT TH>: BARBADOS AIIVOI \TF FRIDAY JAM ARV Cridwl ^ r-iw.il. ../; S|MMIS l.-iml (ianteaume,StollmeyerSetNew •::= 1st Wkt Record For Trinidad Boost Homesters' Total To 415 For 1 Wkt Kenny Trestrail Hits 83 N.O. (By O. S. COPPIN) PORT OF SPAIN. Jan. 26. man and Trinidad captain. Jeftr Stollnwyer and dapper West Indies batsman Andy Qi leaume v.ovc associated In a brilliant ship of 286 runs today laying the foundation for the t Trinidad total of 415 for 1 wicket in reply I innings' total of 156, as the first Trinidad-Jamaica tered the second day of play at Queen's Park Oval today Stolkiicyei was undeicaied ai of piay with 17b whue Mfaumc scored a poU>.iThis leal went w.thin ti rooi %  C the 23-ycii-eel oy Barbados' Georg. I ,^2v) ana Tim Tanhon i 12.,) conceded a single tia.nteaumc and IlNa i Ini anothci .i turned one from %  square leg to help him•ell to three am; %  Kensington again ... Gai teaume who iwe aad in 1627 But the pair however lout. the record lor the highest !'..*s. wickei partnership |1 i-ar* Ova. ul 224 set I Barban *• in 1IM2. when Jeffrey scored .2. or 106 Trinidad today scored in li Si ut the clock foi 400 suing up in 3*3 minutes. Trestrail *r d freely assist m Sioiimeycr to put on 128 tn an unbroken second wicket partnership. Resumption Kentish was now given the recond r.ew ball Irom the larm and win the score 20*. Stollmeyer 10ft Stollm e y e r took strike and. .-dged the second 'ai: which was an outswinger. through slip for four making his n N Voiim e y e r %  M iiins ng his criihirin 216 %  Gantc a u m e .•over duve the next ball f o r (four runs then •punished i h a .11 with n j %  TOII.XYTBI brilliant COW drive to the boundary. Ganteaume theu forward drove the next one between i point lor lour runs Kentish's first over with the new ball coat IB runs Fuller took charge from the pavilion end Stollmeyer back drove the fourth ball to the longon boundary for four. Stollmeyer turned the next ball to square le* for three and Ganteaume made a similar stroke for 3 as well In Kentish's next over the batsmen Melded triage *•£were again on the offensive and emoved tbe_ba.ls for tl e h|t M runj stoMmev „ gcttlng four and Ganteaume 10. all but one on a poorly policed onsade. Mudie took the bail Irom Full'-. \fter 1 INK h who had " l y bowled ball %  Kentish at the to;. I of Fulfcr The batsman stole one each ad %  R two balls forcing K to place a man at aridisl wK-ket which ; % %  %  >> a gap in the field. A quick single by S* lie sent up Ganteaunu laared the last ball of ;n< completing his individual half century in M minutes This feat surprised • the diminutive Ganteaume outpacing stylish Stollme* i then 34 Ontury Goes Up Stollmeyer helped himself to a b0 ihe deep fine leg bgoing into his wicket and t • >r\c from Mudie ihar •-., % %  ith the arn~. Kentish's fdurth over of this spell snM accurate and only con.edad two runs tffla replac.i Kentish at 271 and things rtmsininjg quiet f ur two Osnteaume brought light relief by sweeping Iffla to the line |afl Ixmndary off Kentish"! Rare ror (enturx %  conceding live runs were due to gross n •t Iffla at point K .-terly style. Ganteaume squarecut the ball ValenUne assumed eharga at IB. 1 ght through las legs southern end in place of Mudio ksd a single and Ganteaume I n k %  ve off I %  late cut first six offerings. : t*autifuU>-w sand (ianteaume Out ^.zzling along the turt i( lfT „ HlplQ the boundar>' ut al Ieg breBk .ighties io of trie oB sturan t edge int.. Hiri 11 for the gloVM wnKn Mr( gr^ajv „,,,_ ,entur> with Ganteaume who ing ^^j U)e n J^ > %  %  :he„ 2M 1 Ganteaume entered the mnct. ^uodancs •eat brace off and Pur dan hoaatlng ht , M :v ,| score t.i 9a After Pan Stollmev^r 139. 'irestrail 16 resumed Trinidad's it 309 1 m took gtstaa from ^^ -A the farm end sent uown a maiden over Valentine bowled next frcni QlaB end and Trestraii entered the twenties artta %  bi The >rV eather lOiiAV SUN Rtoes g.Sl a.m. Sun SeU: Set) p.m. M....H .Full) Ir-krsio 1. I.^huac CM P in llich Hater. IIHis 11.I* p.m. VLSTtRUAV Kalulall (tedrirujloa) 1> m. Total for Month U > eaterday; 319 ins. Temperature llfu i ll.S F lemperatare iMla.) US f Utnd UlrerUan ( in < 1 ll p.m I I by N. Wind rsiaeSty: 19 mile* PT heur. Barometer (9 a.m % M.93S. (1 am) 19.937. for four runs to enter the I in 45 mil Two | minutea leg bresk from UH compietini: 90 in all It Jeffrev ~ Irom Mil 38*3 Thl ship had put on up I runs S Trestrail M This ha I be Iffla in a" run out S ball and coul He was ass Held The v t tO< .-; from the farm en,i injured Iffla The rat At 399 Stotb Z ^al from Muuie but %  xt over a< : riskly for an easy .ngte \ iad had taken ill .. to reach this nappj fourth hundrc : tor 14. 3 (or St; %  *) > (or IS. S t: 110; YSIS H.II.t Itatlio I'rouranime IKID V\ lAJfl *1 I'M 7 19 %  >*.. 7 is *.as ThSU oo Thaw rrosn list TT.M Fr.> r a %  m rm iha BSStMlalt %  rmin parade. I is m KwtSnr. taghl Cwrt Orchrir. S a m IS iwoo Tbc N .. 11 IS p n Fro %  au* PsraSl. 11 IS m UWnn. a Tb* DvtMl* Corainwe: XI p % %  . rMHV> on SU..1S*. 1 P-' I! News Irom BrlUv porU Rs. 2 3D B W --'.•arskopf. J p m Dm SWaarl. 4 p Thf N*^. •torvic^ 4 IS p.-. < Oprr. S p.m nto PUo i ) 11 p m PMCTMUM Titdm. i X) r*ura Proai.mmr. • p m Trestrail rea< '^v 1 '?,*""" A.lh KM %  "..'" v. last ball in his seco D*nc Uuav. • p m iu.i h. cm. . m Uu • ^ s , %  Five minutes before the -. •• m>m Dnum. s is P Groves tried Lunuden for '..' I'wiunun. t ss p m time in the match [ %  .[^'ssialaJrwB^* wSr* over was not imp. p m Tha N. %  led down 18 overs and took :nree wickets lor 38 runs. Having lost the toss Skipper Wslcott was sent in to bat on a xicket that wss tsking turn. George Carew and C Smith .College) opened the batting. K.ng the first ball from Mullins which he pushed to mid.n for two. | A V Williams look the second over to C. Smith and seat do*n a maiden. Both bowlers get the ball to rise sharply ana Mullins soon had Smith CSUghi by c Alleyn* at third slip whan he failed to get over the IBlra ball of his second over. Carew tetmed to be getting well over nd watched every bail caretul.y. Frequently pu n caad %  %  ,e,i tnrougn ;. Keeper Wooo Muuin>' continue*. %  ana Drayton who replso leu many tunes by ihe An appeal lor leg-before wa kg when Muliins suac Drayton on the pad in nis lourtn ovei-. Tne score was lu fc. wicket. Skipper WilliamN in hi.s tilth over the first bail — hacaught by M sihy mid-on. He scored 15. C. B. V/llUams next man in IOOK his first strike frou. W.. got off with a single. Carew Oui K. Goddard I trom the screen end when u.e up) was maoe auu aasu riown a lull pltcn to William. .. n i I %  down the nrst ball ot his urst QVSJi to Williams who patted it alfec%  appan-iKly quite sure of himself oegan to bat freely. Williams took u.e nr>-. four off Goddaro on the leg sio. leak over Iron. at the pavilion end, buwang i_rew wno cut a snort one into Aiieyne s nands to end his stay .'.AM'I Ttte scores 41—3—19. Walcott joineu WU. J was then seven anbtti bsti oaii at au swth WV.i Walcott and Williams took man] short runs between the wicket an.. ine 30 mark was soon readied. I .VeeKes bowling without a slip u %  er ol tl* day conceded one run. Weeke. irjy to keep a goou lens'. and i" bis second over sent dowi Foffi .. end and pitched the fifth ball his eighth over on the leg loi Walcott to give Roy Marshall square-leg an easy caich. i m was then four for Proverbs ot Wanderers follow after Walcott faced Williams anu in the same over Mullins beat him and struck the pad but a leg before appeal was not upheld Mullins at this stage appeared, to be bowling quicker and steadier .it the other end was quite comfortable The luncheon interval found Proverbs 1 and boogies' WiUu: After lunch Williams iook the first ball from Mullins m which he sent down a maiden. In Mullins' 13th over, alter hitting tne third ball to the boundary for lour runs. Proverbs was bowled in the next ball with an overpitched yorker. He scored 9. Both batsmen continued to get well aver the ball and at the an *• the day's play Mr. Williams' XI nsd collected 20 without loss. The match resumes tomorrow, j H SB OMIT— K C L **" %  *>"' M-IM I-alnr* Carew t Altevn* a Mul)tn< Smilh < %  Allryn* b MullllU Drayton c M .llmD Wiiii.nw i 5 C E William, b K i. tears Walroli c B Marohall b W .ba b M E Atk.iic.il i i> i, M Lucan Marshall r J If. I r(K m %  • Goddartl Hoad .tpd -kpr Wood b J. H Ktn <• S b J Lu*-*is a 0 S F Phill.p. nol oul txtm ToUl IS4 Fail ol wickata : I for J 1 (or M 3 S3. 7 (or (or 41 4 for SB: 5 for SS: 0 f v i 1SS. S lo, 144. t r„ r |54 WOWUHa NALYS|S c UuUlm , r Wllllan i3 I K %  31 3 33 3 1 0 M 7 0 IS 1 3 1 I lornni. c *iw>< r 5 ; K Ooaeard %  R Usrahail N Luca, 4 0 J Lucaa 4 i A M Taylor nol oyi R Harshall not out Sbrtraa 11 shl these luba Zubei easerf my omjfc ,JT ">y tfirosr ,n ag to,) ^^^^ Up COUGH LOZENGE For your better than usual wear TRIPPLE THREE i HUM nmm sr In Kmbmidered strltelpj sltn* A rarure of beiggjj %  hade* I rrlae Aa.ru. Gna Blue. Pink. Light (sa. Lime Gold. Britht (hd| m CAVESHEPHERD&CO„IH 10, 11, 12 & 13. BROAD STREET Building Materials in Stuck inrlude WHITE 1IMI Haachcd E. AtR::: Uad played out tne remainder of the over A rid not stay long and out ieg belore of! M, Lucan who relieved M'the pavilion end. The 100 mark was rvachad la 130 minutes finding Teddy Hoad I'M and Williams at the wicket Hoad was stumped by Wood off J. H Lucas and N. aUrshall w' o followed him was cleverly csught by J Lucas off Kennetl G After de.ighflng the crowd with some beautiful strokes Williams was caught by E Willi.nu* at midon Mr Walcotl's XI closed their Int innings at 154. Skipper Walcott (gloves) on) Md at 5 10 jnd gave E. Atkinson the new ball to bowl to A Taylor who opened with Bay Marshall. The over was uneventful Phillip.opened the sac KHAK.1 SNOWCRETE CEMENT In 375 lb. drums COLORCRETE CEMENT In 375 lb. A 112 lb. drum* RED COLORCRETE in : %  -: %  lb. CEMENT 111 lb. drum* PORTLAND CEMENT FLOOR TILES In H nil. Bed. 1 he Bags uUte *ud Cream GLAZED TILES wh WILKINSON k UAYNES CO, Ll PHONE 4267 :I I-1HII R'Hiffusiiin Projiraiifs AUSTIN REED OF REGENT STREET A SMALL SHIPMENT Of COLLAR ATTACHED DRESS SHflB COLLAR ATTACHED STRIPED S0 SEPARATE COLLAR STRIPED 50 WOOL SOCKS — NOW AT €. B. RICE & Co. OF BOLTON LANE





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PACE TWO THE BARBADOS ADVOCATE Qcuub galling THE REUAOfDVG tssa in a m fa n r i of Use Paso Ma Lea Dan M MVhetir. asal Mn D gi g retina* J iea ^ i aJ Irssm VMB* shows lef; V. right -Mr Verc Desne. Mr Lee Deane. Mr HElliot Williams. Mr Colin Dear*. Mrs Herbert Dowding and Mrs MJAelin was.won by tbt Barbados team in their last mat along with Mrs • taaj-al Aim rt Irs Michelin. Mr • r. Cup held by combined teams rjis Excellency the Governor Leaving AnftiuaOn Sunday Xl*as atthe St Lucy Aims,R H,,^, Harney. Registrai uuuse yesterday and the Board of the Institution • • Pasted Exam. TEWS has been received that M Weddinf O N Sunday afternoon at the St James Pariah Church Miss ouaraian, conaucMO nuHcti^ Adaltiool jUgumm,, S. Dorothy Thomae v. as married to '.f^ 1 .. !" .*.!f ur ln,,lW "* "' K.-.U Mr. and Mrs. Hamey leave Mr Godfrey Everard Haynes of Anturoa on Sunday. Hntetown. St James. The bride • • • waj flven in marriage by her Mr. and Mrs G. G. Dobaor. cousin Mr. Oliver Myles. She N fWS baa been received that ">d their daufhter Dina alao leave presented a beautiful picture in a Mr T C. Smith has nassed Antigua on Sunday for the United dress of figured ferrone, her headh.s Suninauonm I^TST K'm**" * • Vork. Mr. drea; was kept in place by Mr Smith, formerly on the suff Do^cm;. contract for three^.ears buncbt^l '']£*ZS*!PS* of the Combermere School is flow as Federal ArchHect has come to she carried a bouquet of anthua close. num lilies and Queen Ann's lace. The bridesmaids were the Misses . Julia and Ruth Lashley. The UriCC Again flower girls were Miss R Drakes A arc glad to havt and O Redman. I .'-onard Hutsoo. GovernThe ceremony which was fully rr.mt Veterinary Offcer. once choral with Mr. A. G. Rocheford again attached to the Agriculat the organ, was performed by New Novel Coming KIW YORK. (By Mail;. IrasM Ha-minsway is now COB pieuiif the fl&ai pagaa of a net novel which w.U be puUkate. eariy In March. This new book. Hemingway first since TOR WHOM THi BELL TOLLS" which was put lishad tn 1*40. was begun unde. most unusual circumstAr.ee.*. Last February, while shootin wild-fowl in Italy. Hem.npn was the victim of a strange acci dent. A tiny fragment of shotgui wadding fell into his eye ana %  • H — was not discovered for several days; by this tune blooo .xttsosung aaa act in. and it specs,. o rapidly and so virulently tr.;. Mr. Hemingway's doctor dispeore. t his recovery. He was given short time .o live For some yean prior t;. the **cct.e.it. Mx. HerrmiWi.^ nad beta .it work an a toe.; cf 1 ulo I-J :nish in a short time. He therefore set this work aside tnd began immediately to write ovel which bad teen taking Cora n his mind: many of Heming%  wy's important works had beer, .vrttten under such pressure-TV San Alas Earn" was wntte. in Valencia. Madrid and Paris LB six weeks; on a single day ir Madrid whan the bull fights ha< been snowed out In May. he hac written three memorable shor stories; The Killers", before reakfast, "Tea Indiana" after lunch, and -Teday la Friday" tha' night. Hemingway confounded h doctors and threw off his illness but the impetus to complete th< novel stayed with him. He ha devoted his entire time to it without nterruptlon for the past eight months. And it has grown Into a full-length book. The final man 1 ;wnpt will shortly be delivered to his publishers. rRIDAY JANVAfc y IT IS GOOD VALUE!! KILMVItA CKEPE %  ( %  %  IB Wkite. Getd, Pink and Blue at ||.}j „, STI \ RAYON In lVhile. (lold lli..n i Bro„ „ ~ %  Tl N I m In "hile. Ore). Gold 4 Host at lu I r*-**e Reslstlnc and Shrunk Prtaf IlKOAIIWAY IHIISS siMip I \QIATIC CUII CINEMA IM.^ Matinees: TODAY TOMORROW at 5 -„ < *t rONIOHT at 8 30 and continuim "YES SIR. THAT'S MY BABY" Colour by Technicolor Starring DONALD O'CONNOR a) ( HAHLr* GLORIA DE HA I And introducing BOOPKINS Baby of th v— A Universal Picture *• It's the big Musical Cheer of the Year —"0n"thV way from London to Vienna to Introduce her husband. Ihe King's nephew, to her relatives in Austria: the Counts* wood, formerly Miss Marlon Stein. They will remain in Vienna for about a fortnight—Express rtadlng Law in England. • %  %  Seturainf on February M i: R M. Carpenter of I vCDmington. Delaware wl o flew wfth her husband to Barbados last year Is returning in Feb_ ruary and will again be In rasatural Department. They consider Canon A. w. Johnson. The bestdence at the Four Winds Club Mrs Hutson and himself AntiThe party wUl Include Mr and guana now they are in residence Mrs Richard D Morgan, Mr. and at Hodges Bay. Mrs. John M Morgan and Mr. a u and Mm. Everett Ha Cricket Fn in "". r "_. T j \A K Ruaell Bellzaire. ho is 1 0 Promote Export Trade M ..,,, C f tha M R C. A. Ablett. O B E f' rJ 1 Produce C M.Iran. C E., and Chairman ^^i^i^'ISj 1 "J*!"** man was Mr. Oscar Cyrus. A reception was held at the home of the bride's mother at Fitts Village. St. James. o <> last CE, Cooper R Co.. Ltd is visiting Barbados -long with Comdr. Hayv-arr: M.B.E. He is on a mission for the On Honeymoon M R. AKD MRS. ADOLPHOS Martinez of Caracas Venezuela are now in Barbados o>. honeymoon. They arrived May evening by BW.LA. to be a bit of a enck, I ^ Trmidad ^ are sUyint at He seems enthusiast for he WM enquimig as to when the Barbados-BO matches would be commencing. Super Mare Guest House. Mr. Martinez is cashier of the board of Trade. England, as well "?"" "£•£ c^SirGuS. Dinond T. Truck Company mote export trade between Great and the countries which 1,nl "^ ,w0 w *kstt. So far they have been to nineteen countries as far away as Peru, and they will be going to X more before i^turning to '.tr ABlett is alao Vics-President of the Iron and Steal Institute and while here he Is a guest j^a a Cacrabank here 1 In trans it For Installation Ceremony \f R ^' D "J^JOHN WALSH M PBB8AUD, Ci..l 1YL "t "n York were arrivals Servant of British Guiana >estcrday who is on six months' leave left M OB Caribbean Totir on Wednesday evening by B W.I A. for Trinidad on hi* way to JamaHe haa spent about two months' holiday here and was staying at Indramer Guest House, Worthing. Mr. Persaud hi* gone to Jamai-f installation of Her} TfasidODf *• w at.-iia Hiaiausait^i vi !*<-./ evening by B.W.I.A.. Irom Trinidad intranslt to Dominica where they are going < n a visit. Mr. Walsh is proprietor -f John D. Walsh ft Co Agents for Shippers of Essential Oils. > s> Second Visit [ISS JOAN CHIMMING, typ• h takes placef Factory. Port-of-Spa in. is now in iXTor^amaica <** February H. LBarbadoa on Sweeney Cooperage Ltd. of Van couvar, British Columbia 31?^iw, VLfiJr iJTtl! ifa^partsto be back in Tnn.-ttne Island. She arrived over the rorrta! it^^inTH BWI.A. for about k^fswsS^wS ^3r"h.^m. **"* *" 1 'ctummg hereyhree week-s' holiday and is suyearUar *?%Llh* bj££' u, wmd uo lus hobdav J n M I-e-ton-on-Se.', The tour of sosne of the islands in the Cseilshaan ana, expe<; BNBM a; mtmm -e*< 01 ran t mg Btn Electrician Here From Aruba Comings and Goings M R. C. A. NICHOLLS. a Vin, AMR. Frank Storms who U wit: centian who was residing in lYl the Iron Mines of Venezuela. SBssssssssssssssss in MT M for lhf p^, w ytan W |th arrived yesterday to spend ap/ "** * R * in the ; ddmateiy ten days at the Ocea at the Bart*pany as an %  now in 1 oos Arts .tnd Crafts Exhibition at Bubados for a holiday, and u J D y hu ; ; .< a :!•.<: Ha is accompaniCL ife and they have been to Barbados several times before. < the Axncultural Exhibition Wl ^Ohie Agau Board as Chairman of the A: \M'^ and Mrs. Valou Sn Sec.ten. and for years he has been alvX Curacao, returned hon Miss Lilia Peters, who has been I mpending the Christmas holidays *ith her famUy in St. Lucia returned: to school at the Ursullm yesterday. A Woman Who Went Too Far SIX CRIMINAL WOMEN .flowing with money. R> Elizabeth Jenkins. Saaspson 1 There was enough to keep the Law ISs. jf^gjj ^^"^jgjTf but she had no lack of clients. Ill the worst of Elf7abeth Jenkin-'s ,. t 4i uas the sixties' and England wasl wicked b-.-t fascinating sUter-hood *DoM^twa^.ati u* _. IS) livers alurr Wg are all strangers in the boat of our mother . %  for the sm of our father have tom us tfan MAX... sevan lest years — ha hungered for theml House of CRsTTOQlOTE—Here's how to work It: AXYDLBAAXR • LONGFELLOW One letter simply standa for another. In this example A Is used for the three La. X (or tha two O'a. etc. Single letters, apoatrophiea. the length and formation of the words.are all hints. Each day the code letters are different A Cryptogram Quotation fjA KLNSV RJ VDNRL PATN AB BPACNLJ IIUaTCLRUN RI GLAUFQRIK OAINM-TRLKRF. (rjatMjaol.i FOR SUCH A" GALLANT FEAT OF ARMS WAS NEVER SEEN BEFORE-MACAULAY. i-"' J*artl yaataraay She said auyuig at Indramer Guest House tha: as* la Ul lafaaaa d In that Ijpe Mi Sicho;^ arrived here rej; of wart as ska haa bean a charter re? I. naaaaasw of tka Art Cosnsnittre K „•.,.; .asOH 1 kegias for the past i years. Has huaoaiMi .Co; f 1. Jasnas is u/i r2 • Will Come Again %  of! yaars ha haa been A Curacao, returned home yea-S u • ,fl-M H.nr—en. aarturas from England, terday b> BW! ladl. Ml A „^ ,ir h P „ OttaW. aSTtbe •JJA.TS 3w spending 2^, month.' hol'-I ?''" ^ 'Wy&£ r ,iTl^ Provtoce of Saafcatchawaa for day he,. The. \ UUoned n 'Trinidad I. here omou whhrh are held Indramn Guest House. Wo.thing ''"' f d ", ) 'L. b,Ull !SLJi" 1 .' ? Mr Smith, an employee olJ'""t*'4y morning b> Col. and Mrs Jamas are apendCPIH. seal that this was their' B.W.I.A. ing tha winter aa Barbados and are first vuat to Barbados and I •ayjg at the Hastings Howl Art Officer Returns M at. JOHN HARRISON A •• i of the Britash Council wslh headguarter. LB Barbsoos, returned from Grenada try 11 W l.A m, Monday after ependmg three weeks as that colony aaci boUday course for teachers He a staying at the Y MCA had certainly enjoyed it. He spoke highly of the hospitality extended to his wife and himself and was looking forward to another visit to the island S, a A Frequent Visitor C OMMANDER t II Ha>aiu. M.B E who .crved In botn wars. a. both the IM! Bnush Navy, is back in Barbados on a short vi.it. and u a guest at "Cacrabank A.' well aa being a vciy v-cllknown Liit-incer. Coanraandri 1 Know lea of Port-of-Spain sre ilayward is a Member of the Inat In B i r bado s for a short hoUday of Mechanical Engineers, and is Pornapa to the Radio Amateurs "t also Mexican Consul for Trinidad thu island Mr. Know/js will be and Barbados aa well as British better known as VH4TI Th.-) ., %  Guiana and the other B.W.I staying at the Hotel Royal an.i Islands, and is equally weU known will be here for a, few weeks in Mexico and Peru as he la here cs M Radio Amateur R. AMD MRS STANLEY :ry Abraham, al.che.ir. HepresenUtive in the West Indies also arrived yesterday morning b. U W l.A. • • r Zettel. Export Sales at Barber-Greene Company of Aurora. Illinois arrived >csterday morning by B.W.I A from St Lucia. He has just come from Guadeloupe and Martinique m here his Company is in charge of iuction of new airfields and roads in those Colonies. He expects to leave for Trinidad on Sunday. MR. £dgar Watson of 'the Surveyor Salvage Association in London, is on his way to Santa Domingo from St. Lucia and has come here for a visa. He arrived yesterday by B.W.l.A. INDIAN PILE RUGS SPECIAL CLEARING OFFER 5' X 2' 6(APPROX) A FEW ONLY $ 10 12' X 9' (APPBOX) 2 ONLY $100 ii ftiir.") Bna al difl.cun.as. U) IB. One of many lu a pound. <) a. I sat down loorwui tais win*. i) J no nil gn at jour butchar's. ! ItSSM *1U*. 11) 18. V*u*..> lnirufl '• uw p y t K ^ m *' ... 31. Any wi. miyiu'. yw '- : >; across. i3t ., %  %  FSSSBM TRHOUSC OF CMOnot, 2a with Edward C. ROBINSON—Richard COW! Susan HAYWOOD—Diana DOUGLAS. OLYMPIC THEATRE TONIGHT AT 9.30 Republic Pictures present . GLOBE THEATRE (BARBADOS NIGHT SPOT) Starting TO-DAY 8.30 and Continuing "THAT FORSYTE WOMAN" ERROL FLYNN -:GREER GARSON . with . LOCAL TALENT ON PARADE Prizes and a Beautiful Cake lo winner presented by Zephirin's Bakeries Soi.u..: 1.TFII.S.I. K*d. 11. FBI S\: MaaU Sa.1 SUO * p.lU Wamci Praawnl* Edward C R'" %  BBOTNEa OH HID mm ISA GXeATOC^' %  'II'U VTtA f* ELUOTr-RALSTON-CARRblL / It la practically certain that these theatres will other lught at the above times, should there be any tf" will notify you throujh Radio DistribuUon. TICKETS FOR FRIDAY 29TII TALENT SHOW ON SALE NOW (A LIMITED AMOUNT) 12' X 9' 1 ONLY SLIGHTLY DAMAGED $ 75 EVANS AND WHITFIELDS 4.II.VMI VARIETY SHOW On Saturday Mth together with "FORSYTE WOMAN" THE MILTON QUARTET and THE JUBILEERS QUARTET MADAM LA ZONGA CALYPSOES by Charmer and Prowler LISLE JORDAN — 10-Year-Old Jitterbug Wonder CALLING ALL JITTERBUGGERS 4i ARTISTES FOB AUDITION SUNDAY — 9 a.m. Grand Jitterbug Final — Wednesday 1st February SILVER CUP to be won acl Selection of Barbados King and Queen of JIVERS. Mrs. Housewife Do not Itt the Electric Cuts harass you We can supply KEROSENE TABLE LAMPS (complete) KELLY NO. t LAMPS LANTERNS I AI.KS KEROSENE STOVES-^*, J, 4 burner OVENS—tingle and double WOOD and COAL STOVES—Noa. S, 7 and 8 BOX IRONS—>.", 7" and 7V4" CHIMNEYS, BUBNERS and WICKS • BARBADOS CO-OPERATIVE COTTON FACTORY LIMITED. I day things are happening throughout th. world and in dilMaea para) ssf Canada which hart a direct or indirect beariog on Canadian corporadaaH aatd their aacuhdaa. Ooa of our jobs is to keep a finger on tha pulse of business tluX.a^sW* aha world. Our Canadian branches keep ui in close touch with affair. 1 B parts of tha Dominion; our offices in New York, London, Jamaica and cotraapoadaou in other important centres are alao in constant coul ll "*** wkfc Head OKca. All Information received la carefully analysed in relauon to """J eecauirr aituauooa. This information ia available to Investors; it la f" eaat asdlidaa included in what wa term a nmpUu iovestm.oi serrlca. W. C. Pitfield & Company, MONTREAL Corrasno ri oa.n r.1 MANNING & CO., LIMITED Bridgetown Barbados iJlBi*.



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T" ,,V. JANUARY 27 19511 CLASSIFIED ADS THE BARBADOS ADVOCATE W-VfTf llTBi KR mm toumt M> monu.. Phone Mid. "* C 1 10—t f.i> or-Jllntn ., Indf „ with Rrln|. i %  r. Worthing. I II LBO-|f.„ i mm u i m MAX. LlUC COTTCW %  *i *iv*rse pgSC ADVOCATE iMondayi "** IBDC-DAVS -I omLwDAYi-lMpm Friday I ALL I""' * dlB rent ^Mailta ^B, .fl mil m BMI %  rtvr IN MEMORIAM Ihtonnf tnarnory of our dear b<-Invert l^w MiU.UENT EUDB4E MORRIS MirMd tin* life on Uit nth %  it laie and Okie would death prevent g.ta*e on narth would still be spent wk her home. II wni hie will I our Mvu *he livcth Mill D DP nabnd b) ___& %  Horrii i mother >. Robert E bNh lfttl.tr The Morria' uw Smith* %  :tr =^£iH II I 50-jn Phone 31W Apply: Mr, A D g^ 10-4n Brod.haw a. Compan y. M i sCJ! TAII/iRt_Flr*t ( : *n •ply to p c. Tailoring. BUSMAN man for Provim, W and in prnor Bag* k %  £•* %  %  .'aeket ha Maffei. Ltd. Top M I IT An Experienced Seleai p*pt An Smith Atwrll Ltd PEHSOVII. i''i"H* %  i^-SKss J2S5.-WCUI-. -PP ET„.' 5 ni so-*. FOII SALE EAltt-Two ill Morris a h p. on I mad*?. One <)i Vnuxhall IMT jplr Tower Uittnciv St Malthlaa Gap II 1. SO—tin -Vauxhall 14—8 Saloon 103a mo I In ound condition. Apyb t Garage.. Dial *o)8 M 1 30—n AD PREFTCT IMS model—in very •Miiion Mileage 19.000 Apply Garage Dul -IB %  .l.SO-sa THE public re hereth* a...*, — nuaurtttt Church View. John M 1 SO-m 21 i S*-n P*tprltot -"!*'-Mll fUtiUKM fl.1 .i PIBLM UUS DTOflO 11 hp DELIVERY VAN r lmi* ut*d and In A-l condlUon KM replaced -iih Hvdlord Truck Ikt—tClS Courtey Garaffr. ai so—an. .id. pMI :ond)Excellent eat offer Inial XI I SO—on i l.d BlanjML Tom V-a S Paaeier Coup.-. M awond hand condition .!* %  > %  r anvtn. new tvre, and lUtterv. _nmin .t the price asked. Tarmi I at trruujed. tan be iscn ni Ui o o n m n i -.'i in AUCTION — = iO -In 1-iM.u, .Vuu L?Tl' l 'bjcon. Horn, of mternt. Terma D*ABCY A 9COTT. Gtnt. Auctioneer. Dial A 1 SO 3n LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE „. T £? ," l " "< HM lUlur c.v .'„1 ''' "-" "%  T muiwm, to .cl| Spirit.. UH Uquor.. AT Pol*e Manatraie. mir b 9< ••* Pone* laaElatrMe, Dlat "D" aicned JAMES ALBERT HAYIW, ^JV-y"'* -PPll-^Uon w,U be con**** % %  ' %  '' a Llceninj( Court to h*t helrt U o'c'Sk^! m** *""iaxy IBM. at _. J K PR WARDS. ">lca Madatmte, Dim. -u" "1 so-in. Return To Free Trading In Cocoa Urged %  .. %  Ni IMH nilll^lllMll ION. my Mall). lie.toiallon to priv.. of cocoa, ica ard grain has bem feed by ine Select Commlltee on EstlmMn in a report :o the Hojae of Commons on the activities o( the Food H rhe Committee—which is repre. ol the main political parties .has reached the conclusion that the buylnj. warehousing and distribution ol cocoa should be transferred lo the trade. subject to any import or other restriction which may be necessary." i he Select Committee points out that the Ministry of Food has set up an Advisory Panel of three cxper. buyers from the cocoa trade, but keeps this panel comihe dark about either ihe prices paid for cocoa or the stocks of raw cocoa held in Britain. So the panel—not belnj presen-a! the nesotlatlons — Is unable fully to dvlse on purchasing. Relaxation of this restrlclton on the panel, the Committee believes would allow its ,-x|ierts to give more useful astvtoi GOVERNMENT NOTICES Attention i.< drawn to the Control of Price. (D,fen) (Am-d^L ^?"Z. M N 3 wnlrt wa <* "" b "* t*—+ ,„. k t ;, ,. : "" %  '•••"" •'"<". and Onion," have been men"Order ,Z "'""""' ' **" V n 1 ,Am '" d 27.1.50—In DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE. IM)M1M'A ,„ „ FOREST SERVK >:. Applications arc invited for a post of Conservation Officer in the oarlmant m A ....1. i -.— ... its JOSS 5353^3^ N %  B.rllo. Cb. m.i„ !" '" !" J?„ ', i5l *?."*•* Am^ Mh. S S Morm.fmsll. S.s. Emanclpeass:, v. £aSis niiruvaS'ul .Miatld. SS Telamen. SS. Cyru. R.9 Runner SS Pioneer^K?" Ato ~ —~— -am .itMU-c .'-..I -I -I I t( r Commentin, on the Select Com%  A W>""!;et A Service | faone taw or *37l aa.i jo__„ afcATINa PIJV.NT If 'Jenit Plant 110 V ,\ %  C 351 Watta Three lluuw :? I S0-3n J SITTER puppy (DofL 4 1 aid. Pedicree .upplled. Regla ne Kennel Club. London __ nenncth U Q. FroH., SUn|uMrr auck Rock 26 1 SOl.f Hareulaa Silver Kln|, ot I l "*ii. In ayaan and tn black > Co.. Ltd Dial at7fl U.ll 4B-1 t NEOUS g*BDtThe moat dellrkoua and T-2?** 1 "* u *n buy. frnh wiuch li. row In your arocor> 1 • Packaae aftc -mall 18c I Baa ah rraah Carder of your grocer* 30. I.SO--Sit l-iZ,'* ntOM tlltE '"tUil %  FireL.y 'H _door. aacured by ftton lock: Suiuble for offlce or %  BRt?t. you1, reeordi. Contact riSil TI""" dllTerein ooloun III "S 1 "" VM ,re Holl.i.,1. • Barrow. Tel*phon* N. as i eo—a. H i r* .... >2^1 k ^ car r>lf 7 so _l£ .^ *..*• "• : t II %  Auia Tyr. Co Tr.r.l|ar St I 80—1 li %  NTIJ?^ from 0a and S3 ft* .US *%  * Co.. Ud 11.1 SOi r n {*" %  Commli „„ '£ >• rord Unry bolonaln> 10 IKW J.^I Monday noxl atnh Janus^u lTJ!." at.l IQ-aa UNDER THE SILVER HAMMER Sinslo liw Ood.iood, Hea*. l4i^ili ?~V". WastataMaMTwi;, C Llrd^ BRANKBR TROTMAN a, CO.. A'vUonerr* 17.1 M-an. REAL ESTATE REAL ESTATE attractive Soaafdo ROMII .1 Mw F n . Broad Street. Phone 4444 ^^_^^_ n 1 so-n "THl; WOIAy." *th Avenur, Marine ol land will be orlrred for .ale at the In* and day ..I February. Ifttn i a p nV %  S'..e"„rrS?£;'-J -'--• Electric, ui and water xcrMcea The houte ha. recently been renovated and decorated and u in eacellcnl condlu' n 2f P 5 : on b lC •PPotntmenl with Mr,, H. S. Bynoe Dial nit ..f?"!?!! MrtieuUr. -Bd condillona of %  aia apply to ... COTTI.E. CATKORD & CO.. Solicitor.. I1.1.&0.—Un. ,h.£P "WT/AIW" With the land therato. conlalnlrtg 4 Acrea I Rood.. 3r. to ^S's_ t , !" t ?a -l ^PP* 1 B S V Street. Michael. Ideally .ultable for development aa a Bultdlna Batata itupscllon any day escepl Sunday, heiween the houra of B 30 a m and 11 %  a m and 4 p.m. and 0 p m on application to Mr. Ronnie Q It ten. on -he prnnlaea Dial 3771 The above property will be act up for Sa* at our Office fro. 17 HI0. Stree:. brld^town. on Friday 3rd day cf Frbruary 1M0. at I p.m. For furUtar partieuUia and Condition, of Bal e apal -/ to the under*Lfncd — CXJTTli. CATTOBD A, CO., .I.S0— I3n BUllJJINt; SITES -One ncre btllldlM Una el Maxwell.. Christ Chor.n A —3' %  acrea bui-dlnu land M Wudey V Apply J. E. Webater. Wlldey. St Michael. Dial 2Mn 23 l ro t.f „. MELRtjsK" t'll.l.VMOia; ROCK. •^buidlnf on 12.800 aqua re feel of land The houae contain.. Drawm. Dlrun* Room cloaed and open Verandnha. four b-drooma. one with running water and Docior'a con.ultlnc room Laundry room with built In Tub an t running water Two arrvanu room. wi;t. WC and Shower Bath Two Garages Electric Uglit throughq.it Inspection Monday to Saturday bv appolnlmenl. Telephone No: 37M The above realdence will be oltrred lor aale at public coma-Mlllon at the t-iitce of the underUgned on Friday Iffth I'ebmarv Iftso at 3 p m CARHINUTON A SXALY 13 I SO—On "'"."HI; ine ret Iradins methodJ.. ,, 300 Homeless In S.Italy HOME. Jan. 26. Gales with hail and snow swept southern Italy today, while %  wave m bitter cold gripped the north. Hundreds of millions of lire worlh of damage has been caused along the coasts of the "toe" of llalv ,„,d the island of Sicily where winds whipped the sea up over the shoreline adding to the damage already done by the violent rainstorms. Two hundred families lagfl i. ported homeless today in the little port of Riposto (Eastern Sicily. •re Hooded by the sea. • I'lief supplies were being rushed lo Catanzaro on the Italian mainland where another 300 families were driver out of their wrecked homes on Tuesday night by a cloudburst. Snow today covered most of northern Italy, blocking many mountain roads and railways. Farmers were trying lo protect I their livestock from the bitter/ cold which has continued now, for four days.—Reutrr. New Afghan Ambassador In Moscow MOSCOW. Jan. 26. The new Afghan Ambassador lo Moscow. Sultan Akhimt Khan. presented his credentials to Soviet Pnadent, Nikolai Shvernik, In a iinrf .cremony .H the Kremlin to-day. He arrived from Kabul on January 20 to replace Mohammed Nowrouz. who left Moscow on December 13.—Reuter. Reuler. ..n.i_ .. -*—*•• "*c riuanciai! %  - ".....-. it i gaasuiH .I' !" '* "-"I,"" M Mr Strachey, ^""^ hold a degree or diploma but experience in worii %  i M,n,,lcr > <, ' lm . the *ork will be Ihe deciding factor !" -^^x^^zlt^'szTr %  ——•'— %  -• —or. I "'" 'he return .„ normal! ,^Ttf .T^' r Wl d " Ve •" %  *" S Ur >' "'" w, hl I Ihe Scale J1.680 x 6 J2.400 per annum. In addition a subsistence allowance at a rate of (3 60 per dy wiU be paid when awav from Headquarters. If a car is required to be kept, allowance* in accordance with local regulations will be paid. A House Is not provided i j Duties will consist of supervision of instructors engaged in laying I ">. Mr out Conservation Works, reconnaissance of Crown Lands for suitable land for settlement. The post requires an active responsible person capable of working on his own. who must be prepared lo spend the major portion of his time in Ihe fleid. Applicants should write to the Superintendent of Agriculture. Botanic Gardens. Roseau, Dominica, enclosing details of qualifications and experience and two recent teatimonlala. (Sgd.) L. L. deVERTEUIL, Superintendent of Agriculture. 27.1.50—3n ioi*er OodSeT p.„ J*. %£5Zl ntS. """ % % %  "' Jo "" LUm "' Colin W.'uluiV aaav., alXSS'vi!!!? %  """ %  "' Jon Clwnory. Mia. 1mm liild. TKirni T!?**""*"? %  C ""MeL~n. Mr Arehl. IttLr.n. Mr. Ha IU^^2c > i,,3f* > S K Jbujann. M eLoan. Mr.. Nil %  „,.„. U,. Lym iin^ilolilSJ2i. MES_ "?" %  =~"". %  %  "•"" Kondrleka. Mr. VaaiUeu. S.iiT?S!!SI !?"?*• c *" ''•"" "• "' "•' %  "• Mr. MAIL NOTICE r.tiadeloupe. -the HI I GpnerU >r*nk lluwi. CBftffM Biahop." Nomi Hope Roaa. Mayott* Hope ROM. Joan Marih. Jan Marah, John M'arah. Elaie Darwent. Frederick Poiter. Delay Potter, L-u.a Murrn-John Walah. Theodora Ualah. YoUnda Martmri DEPAHITRFS It, 11 W.A A L For Trinidad: Mr. Percy Taylor. Mr ^alin Penaud. Mr. John MkuweU Mr. fcl^e Dyall. Mr. Lionel Olll. Mr. "Ralph —> .— e. Mr.. Joyce Slouie. Mr. Frank dlnary Mali L Carrlngton. Mta. CarFebruary 1M0 SHIPPING NOTICES Malla for Man i ,,„,„. tnited Kingdom, Le Halre by-he MM. Oaacogne will be cloaed it id Poet Office aa under T"U at 3 pa. on Ihe 10th Feb%  ruary IK0 Regiatered at t am Or10.13 a.m. on the lit* INCOME TAX .NOTICE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Income Tax return* are re•luircd from every married man whose Income is $1200.00 per annum .r over, from every other person whose income i $720.00 per annum or over and from companies whether incorporatedor unin* corporated, societies, persons engaged in any trade or profession, and owners of land or property whether a taxable Income has accrued during the past year or not. Forms of Return may be obtained from the Income Tax Department AFTEh THE 1ST DAY OF JANUARY, 150. and the furim duly lilled in must be delivered to me on or before the foUowing respective dates: ADVERTISE . IB UM EVENING ADVOCATE PuMhlird every Monday with an inrrraaini rlrroi*lion eerry week. The M.V. -Caribbee" will accept Cargo and Paaaengen log St. KIIK-Navl.. AnUgua. MoWaerrai. DqnUnka. .ailing trlday nth January. The Schooner "fesanlda" wlU accept Cargo and PMaanger. (or Trinidad, .ailing Saturday .iStri January. n w i HciiooNnt OWNERSAMD M0 Canadian National Steamships i. NOTE. 10.1.50.—lBn Relurns of persona whose books were closed on Ihe 31st day of December 1849, on or before Uut slst day of March, 1050. Returns of persona whose principal place of business is not situate in the island on or before the 30th day or June, 1B50. Returns of all other persons, on or before the 31st of January, 1050. F. CLAIRMONTE Conunissioner of Income Tax and Death Dalies Any person faiUBg to make bis return within the due date will be liable to a line not exceeding £1M and not leaa than £2 and trill be preaeented unleaa a aatisImtory reason la given. enm BISHOPS HIGH SCHOOL TOBAGO inmiMi NAME or IBIP CAM CHAIJJENGEB I.AI>Y III iNt\ i_\UV NEUtUN IADV HOIINEY ADV NCLtXJN NOBlBBOt-NB I^OY IBUON t ADV RODNBY IADV l*BION I-AHY RODNEY UDV NELSON MONriir.Ai. Sail. Hallfaa Arrive. B'doa B'doa nth Jan — ath rab Oth rvs*. 8th Fob 10th Feb itU, JVb Mth TM>. th reb nih Feb itn Mai fin Mar lh Mar 31lh M >>-h Apr h Apr llth Apr Uth Apr. 13-d Apr MU> Apr AirtveBalia Arrive* B'doa B'doa BoaUm SfO Feb ath PM>. leth rab tlM h Mar llth Mar Hat Mar Mod Mar let Apr. ITth Apr llth Apr 10th Apr. •in Ma> Ith Ma> llth Ma, Arrlvea Amvr %  t. John Montr., llth Feb 10th Mar 2nd A, Mth Ap< 1 I API 2 cha&gi without notice. All < and freight •aia lilted with cold n application W :— FUR SALE OR RENT Farley Hill. -t Peter Oid Plantation houae with a!" ballroom. Dining room llbcari fourteen bedroom, etc. Ideal for convert 'ng to reudcntlal club For delaili Apply to Bradahaw Company. 4.i m.~us %  aaWl aHlrm a n ** "%  ^auaga. Apply. Auto Tyr. L*"* 1 Phone MB TPJS "asot %  .BV40-t.tfc fftJSre 1 !* >d "*"" ***** IT I .JO~13n P^JtniTs a, PYJAMAS Z Th. Of empty .tee) D. Purity R*1*M 1 Si" Safe MB, r-, ^ Beigrave. JI 1 — 2n ^' %  :.. rxviient rone -BMMfBBBOf T.^ r : .in ith Loose s Bleed TllE underatgned will offer for Sale in their Office In Jame* Street. Bridgeto.n. on Friday the 2Tth day of January ifH, at 1 p.m. The Dwelling Houae called "BKULAH" %  lid the land Utereto belonging conUlnin* ch7iat*sr r# ^ K tiiu w *""" Th* Dwelling Houae comprlm Cloaed Ga.icry. Drawing and Dining Room., : L'edroonu, Dreaalng Room, Toilet Bald •"id Kitchen With Electric. Water. Oa* and Telephone Inatalled. Servant. Room nrj Servant*. Toila*Inaprctlon any day baiw e en the hi of %  am and p m. on application the premlaaa. Tor further particular, and condition! ol Sale, apply to:— HUTCHINSON BANFIE1J>. MHdm HOUSE and SHOP HI feel of Land. Shop detached Sue 21 i* covered with Oal. Iron Houae cu taina Living and 4 Badnmma Dining jnd breaJcfaat rooma. Verandah aide am (ror.l Bath, Toilet, Kil.hen and out officee. Apply S. A Bank Hall Croea fid i 134 Roebuck St. WEST INDIA BISCL'IT COMPANY SHAIUB—A amaU lot priced to yield 44'i inlareat. Phone Mr. Webb. 3IM LOOKING FOR FURNITURE Applications are invited for :— (a> ClassK.l Master (pn-ferably honours degree) capable of teaching Latin and English to Higher CertiJicate standard, (b) Science Master capable of teaching Chemistry. Physics Mid Biology up to Higher Certificate standard. Salary in each case $2,160 — $2,880 per annum. Apply to Archdeacon F J. STREETLY, B.A., Scarborough, Tob.g.) 27.1.Sv 1 —In STRONG GOOD AND NICE' Come to-day and get to-day it ol MOrVfV SAVING PRICE. Mahogany or Ftr -deny dealgna. ft Miea Ful. la-nflled and railed and panelled— Wardrobe*. Dreaeer Robe* and Linen Preaaee— Vanltiea and Draaa%  H r.iiie-. Him %  Qtmttl %  MBfort, from MM a Chair. Dining and Luncheon I'prigM, Arm Tub nd llocki-.g Chaira—Berblce and Ruah Chair. China and Kitchen Cabincta Sideboard* and Liquor Caae. LUCKY DAY VERY LUCKY DAY!! on which you %  natal QAB for cooking Have y, .-^ ltv *ur*cUv"2?*** 1 Hot Plala. t )0UI 0 !£; %  •"•t *,. V-*u have Pyorrhe*. naoaebsa Kaaii "*••— Tr.,Ii Moi|l! KCC-& vc.**v*->**v*'***vy^**v^vv>v>vy' IMPORTANT For Your Daily and Evening ADVOCATE NEWSPAPER in Church Village District, I WHlitrl .*. GEORGE QUINTYNE, CHURCH VILLAGE, ST. PHILIP *eaeeeeeaeeeeaaeeaeaaeeeaaea*aaeaaaaaeaaeN or Dti.ni. r-c \i i no> nil 11 it.Mii ar. a not scaoi i. amors II Wl 1.1 inn -I HI-MI. Is COI'RI MM I SATURDAY h at IS 11 pm WF. >WB inatructed by Mr. I M HARRBtA and other, to Mil by Auction the following valuable Furniture and eAect. Couches Ouaalanal Table*. ninins Chaira. BMahoard. Rook <*aea. Rackora. Dr Waaiuftanda, Cheat Kidney Table. _„„ .. %  > %  >. ft-pfaa* Mom. suite Tablea (one ovali, a l>maln. aMahoar-t lrge Oenra Pre-a. Writing Deak. wvaral Tablea and Neat of Tablea. T. Trolley IJU_ Jars*), pu.ua PUp-n. I Htgn O-Bumw OU Stove with Oven. I OLaaawan rillver, ChinaKitchan Ware. OraamanU laidIng aoepa. Trunk., BlilliaiM. Tool.. To... I iddari, Book* and many other mtereaUng item*. VIEWING FRIDAY nth JAIIU-J(Y ...-i MOaagniG lt m, SALB aATURDAY Mth JAN CASSI ON I ALL Ol BAMMBS. 'iMIll •l\OMrll\M*> -IK1AUSTS IN HIGH ORADE PROPERTY DJXON tfc BLADON RtAI. ESTATE AGENTS — AVCTIUNEKKS SI KVKVOKS % %  hone li.in PlanUUoiis Building. FOR SALE ii v?5 e unacr "'nd wiU offer For Sale al their Offlce, No. 17, High Street, Bridgelown, on Friday, 27th day of January. 1950, al 2 p.m. The Dwelling House called "CARLDIEM" and Ihe land thereto containing 10,770 square feet, situate on the Sea Coast of St. Lawrence Cap, Christ Church. Inspection on application to Miss Kathleen llunte, "Bratton," Maxwells Coast Dial 8857. For further particulars and conditions of Sale, apply to :— COTTLE, CATFORD ii CO, 11.1.50—150. GARDINER AUSTIN & CO., LTD. Agent.. UK. 4.LK., Ill VVSAII AVI Mil t; FRENCH U.Vf S.S. "GASCOGNE" sailing lo Trinidad and French Guiana %  the 5lh February, 1050. Sailing lo Plymouth andLe Havre via Martinique and Guadeloupe 12th February, 1.60. Minimum First class Only (425.30 BW.I.tj. R. M. JONES & CO.. LTD.-Agents. LINOLEUM I Alii'i is Siies: 9 fl. by 7'/, fl. and 10'/ 2 ft. by 9 fl. Also LINOLEUM l.\ ilOLI.S 6 It All very reasonable in Price. 'j-iabiiaai 1MB I. IIH! 151,111 lid, 10 si 11 Roebuck Street I M kW W ****'LIPTON'S GIFT PREMIUMS Besl Quality CHINA TEA SETS and ELECTROI PLATED TEASPOONS Given in exchange for Tea Labels (part designating I weight) returned (o ui: 15 lbs. TEA POT MILK JUG 7 SUGAR BOWL 5 CUP & SAUCER 4 E.P.N.S. TEASPOON J % %  CAKE PLATE LIPTON'S TEA command, the largest sale in the world I JOHN F. HUTSON LIMTTED-AenU BARBADOS ELECTRIC SUPPLY CORPORATION LTD. \on i SO far it has been found impracticable to work i..*".. a S nedule "I cuts in Electricity as was published in May of last year. Our available generating capacity now is considerably less lhan it was then, while Ihe overall demand has increased. On weekdays, between 7 a.m. and 11 a.m. and 12 noon and 4.30 p.m. only Bridgetown can be suppliej, if continuous water pumping is to be maintained. Between 11 a.m. and 12 noon, all areas except Bridgetown should be "on" and between 4.30 p.m. and 7 a.m., such capacity as is available, after giving due priority to the needs ol water pumping, baking, ice manufactun-, printing, etc.. will be distributed as equally as possible throughout the system by similar "on" periods as have been effected during the past few days. Load studies and experimental switching operations arc being carried oul continuously with a view lo evolving a workable Schedule and Ihe ComnSry will be greatly assisted in this if all Consumers, Inchntrial and Domestic, make sure that consumption for both light and power is cut to the barest minimum-** the times when current is available, whether dutS day or night. Owing lo many requests from Consumers as3t) whether we could not give some notice of "cuts—^o the areas affected, we have decided, although it is not standard practice, to switch "off" the area to be cut for ,u "!" 1 le then switch "on" again for 1 minutes before the final cut. By this means it is hoped that Consumers will have time to put into operation their auxiliary lighting. This method of switching will only be in operation between the hours of 6 and 10 pjn. Th e foregoing proposed arrangements can only be adhered to if the existing available Sets, which are already overloaded, can all be kept running. THE BARBADOS ELECTRIC SUPPLY CORPORATION, LTD. V. SMITH General Manager.










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SIR HILARY PROCLAIMS A HOLIDAY

~ £4,000,000 To TO CELEBRATE THE NEW
} Develop Bauxite | , REPUBLIC OF INDIA i
In Jamaica | "| “Heavenly | Tsou tren herniins

KINGSTON, J’ca., Jan. 26. | : ; 99 . Indian Standard Time) at Durban Hall here.
Host Seize Dr, Rajendra Prasad was immediately sworn in as



THe REYNOLDS MINING CORPORATION of Amerie:
is investing £4,000,000 Marshall Aid loan to develoy| the first President of the India Republic.
oer A hiss rose from the throats of

deposits of bauxite, the raw material of aluminium, in North
Barracks Tat Ana Lvl And | the tens of thousands of people
e eC

ica, according to the firm’s President, Walter Ryce.
Jamaic a, «
: watching as the Presidential Flag



r . * In a few months, work wil
start on a ten km. overhead bucket

E railway. When production starts ir
Wont Break |

two years’ time, the conveyor will

IC : top of’ New Dahis Gevecnment
OF DJAKARTA POL!CE The Election p of Delhi's Gove

| Building.
| carry ore to a pier where a special









ie . ’ F . DJABARTA, Jan, 26 (From our London Correspondent) Chiet Justice, Sir Harilal Kania,

The Bank | Ship, being built in Britain, will A group of Westerling’s “..eav- i administered the oath of office to

take 25,500 tons at a time to bi ! enly Host” army today occupied | | LONDON. (By Mail) the new leader of 300,000,000

x aus | Processed into metal for aero- } Police barracks of Djakarta, capi-| | HAS Tate and Lyle’s anti- people, in the presence of foreign

CANNES, Jan. 26. _—_| | planes, buckets, ete —Reuter. ‘ tal of the new State of Indonesia. nationalisation campaign be- diplomats in full dress, splendidly-

Directors of Cannes |) 4 } Some shots were fired in the come a two-way election robed Indian Princesses, and the

Casino said here to-di y they | busy Pasar Baru shopping centre gambie for shareholders? Indian politicians in their formal
did not fear that
gid Argentinial ye {| ' Police cordoned off that area. [| the moment During fhe The ceremony was enacted

Renald Boe ae |



Police sources said that dis-



eos | Reduce British



past fortnight there has simultaneously in Bombay, Cal-

the b turbances broke out in various been a £3,000,000 drop in cutta, Madras and other provin-

Martin Te tt fa parts of Djakarta at about 3.30 the equity Small share- cial centres where governors and
The vere mmenung |



j local time today, the Dutch News}} holders have been selling. ministers were sworn in under
Agency in Indonesia Aneta r2-|| Some may have taken the the new constitution.
ports. There was fighting in thef| yjoy that the opposition to In every city, joyous crowds

on what they described

“exaggerated Press reports |

Sugar Ration
Bilis ct roucts. || sore. dasha Tells

said that fel-





neighbourhood of Sawah Berar, | Government take-over may linked arms and exchanged patri-
where the Police barracks are | ¥













ae resuk in vindictive terms if co er eae acral flag-
> rep os situated. the nationalisers are return- »edecked and flowered arches.
Be cambiar had accepted .|} Housewives Police told Aneta that an Indo- ed en,

Jarge sums from Rosen on 1] (From Our London Correspondent) nesian mobile brigade, ind_com- | Certainly, in view of the Demonstrators
conditions that they staked | LONDON, (By Mail) mand troops have been sent to} strong stand taken by Lord

the money, and had shared | Mr. Strachey, British Food Min- , Besar ‘ Lyle, shareholders would Bombay citizens and Police
his good luck through acting || ister and key man in the recent _ Westerling, a former Dutch benefit if a Conservative broke up a Communist “black
on his advice | Commonwealth sugar talks, has| Commando Captain, whose light- Government were returned fiag’’ demonstration in the city’s

The directors said that it said that Britain could do without ning capture of Bandung in West to power On the other labour area this morning.
was true that Rosen was dollar imports — except wheat.| | Java last Monday took the Indo- hand the Socialist offer The Communists, who were
tyery generous” with Casino | His statement has been challeng-| }hesian garrison there by surprise, might not be much worse staging an “anti-Republic” pro-
croupie They added that |} ed by ‘Lord Lyle, whose firm is} withdrew his men from there al- than the present ‘slump’ cession, hurled acid bulbs and
loans were forbidden within | threatened with nationalisation if} : : _ tS | most immediately. : price brickbats at a holiday crowd.
the gambling saloons. | the Labour Government is re-| bse | Dijakarta, 70 miles southeast o Police opened fire, and the
—Reuter. | turned at the next election. Lord] MR. S. C. GREENIDGE, Mr. A. P; Cox and Mr. Fred Bethell. M.C P., ,

Lyle has said that if sugar im- PES POE. “Were
" rounced up by police and handed
over to the Police.

Before taking office, President
Prasad, who was one of the
closest associates of Mahatma
Gandhi, paid 15 minutes homage
to the “Father of the Nation”

+

2 e
: | . tering’ ampere ° “| Peruvian Firm
United Nations Kepair 8 USAT saritines “cone il Fie 86,000,000
, hanvriate 2adquarters ited \Natons capital, Djakarta, to operate
“Dead Man’s firm’s London Headquarters in Oo

‘m's 1 from ten at ni i ling
Mincing Lane on Thursday Lord from ten at night until morning.

9 oe e ° ™~
2 t (Barbados Advocate Correspondent) W y° yr. > > The city has been disturbed by ¢ st
Lyle said he estimated that in PUNTA GORDA 26 oO ke Ss Ho e resterdav’s fishti oe : ul y Sains
Chest” 1950 Mr. Strachey would have to ai a Same es US S yesterday's fighting by support-
sir

ports from dollar sources were
stopped the British ration would
B.H.

e
in Buys have to be cut by 2}ozs., a week.

2
aldw
FU Addressing housewives at his


























































Last night the people of Punta







ers of Turco Wearerlt | at the place where Gandhi's
buy 172,000 tons of sugar from] Gorda, capital of Toledo in the ; : arene WASHINGTON, Jan. 26. body was cremated.

dollar areas. This represented southern district conferr / T ‘ / Jorn vis ir ‘ iled ¢ President Prasad and his wife

; f s onferred a ry ip On The Alert A Peruvian firm has filed a Ss i ,

nearly 2sozs., on the weekly mandate on the People’s Com- Three Vest men Urge Dutch ‘troops in Djakarta will | $6,000,000 suit against the United laid flowers at the sacred spot,
re. mittee to approach the United nla la, i & be confined to barracks each day | States for alleged damage to its| and walked around it three
Asked to” comment on_ the Nations in the fight for the re- Mr. F. E. C. Bethell, M.C.P., Mr. S. C. Greenidgs of the St. ws aa by the en a business and reputation, because times with hands fc lded in

pueeent oe Wie wal stopation of the Britian Hon-| John’s Vestry and Mr. A, P. Cox of the St Joseph Vestry} further notice, as will Dutch sol- it wae baceliaten during the wee. hal in traditional Hindu

C stry anc the es duras dollar, completing the} sre receiv , ee .
Indies, Lord Lyle said “it would] country-wide’ anti-devataating| were reogivad by the Gov erno1 ys sterday morning. Th pba lh Bandung and other tha duit was fed has fret to ae The Government here declared
appear that the West Indies are] movement, Toledo comprises) ‘three vestrymen discussed the question of alloting money The Dutch military “Black |@ decision whether or not the| 2% Public holiday, and ran special
far from satisfied that sufficient} Caribs, Maya Indians and Cre.| {from the Labour Welfare fund for immediate repairs ta' Grows” concert anaenanunad here | Government may be sued in this fraina witch enabled 20,000 people
inapasive bes been given to thems oles, sugar-workers’ houses. They also discussed the basis fo: last night under military police | case rele etbee inde siete Na
o increase their production to an adie : * . mxpiadailanel ; : fa : e 5€ ne

eaeRe "That Noli enctiee nos the distribution of the same fund. rotection, after they had refused | acrording~to~ complaints, filed| the-new Indian Republic. ‘The
_— at will “ensure we can 2 ° — tlie ————=#) “Fhe Governor »ressed!to perform before Indonesian ~ ; . , ae

cease to be dependent on dollar King Coming , nor } »| Republican kim? Bikeene ‘at Peka- on behalf of Gubbins & Co. of] sun shone brilliantly on the scene,
sugar. — . "





surrounded by an amphi-theatre
of green clad mountains. The
Indian Government Commissioner
asked Mauritians of Indian origin
to work in accordance with Pan-

Sympathy with the views they}! P Lima, the firm suffered damages
ame | expressed and said that if hej} longan of $5,000,000, while Reynaldo Gub-

, ; could assist in any way, he would Hens Kaast, manager of the



. »
Britain, U.S., Canada Saturday | : |
ToHold Atom Talks} 2S%%8cor™, , | §- Bravim |_|, lator weltare

bins, the company’s president,
uffered damages of $1,000,000
Suits were filed in the respective

party, said that when about to
open their performance as arrang-
ed to Dutch soldiers awaiting



Rehabilitation Fund and the Price}

aving Government House 3andung, was disturbed by the | '— ~~ ‘| demonstrators dispersed.
uscovery yesterday of an arms
|























: ; ‘ | Stabliss . way ; 7 > | sums dit Nehru’s message, which he
| LONDON, Jan. 26. ‘i ao. eve a Barbados Cap- LONDON, Jan. 26. |S wbUsation 4 und ae ue d er rey atriation, four —— of a ; | read out.
Brita the United States and a Se a ae dard informed me The brain starts slowing an _ agreement with the Wes | Indonesian Army, walked in. The legal papers said that the aL: a as
: in, t ec a today that Frank King has been at the age of 28, accord- Indies and the United Kingdoin)then said that our contract was 40-year-old Peruvian export, im- Mauritius Governor, Sir
Canada will meet in conference! invited to take part in the forth-|| UP ® t " British” ’ Medical in 1946 to purchase all exportadle| to play only for Dutch troops, port and real estate firm was Hilary Blood, said that he was
= Britain’s Atomic Energy Re- coming Barbados-British Guiana een ‘ ' | surplus sugar. The fixing of | and we left the stage”, Mr. Kaast | placed on the United States black- happy to see India remaining in
: : le eae ae ee aes tournament if his condition is con- " After that, the people find price ran with conditions az to | said. list in July, 1941, while Reynaldo| the Commonwealth and retain
vr) Sal orotection of the ” eounite of ee to the Barba- it more difficult to adapt || their distribution of access amons The Dutch ae. unmand oF=|Gubbins was listed in March,| the British way of political
latomic energy information, it was Ss et on sane : | themselves to new processes, different classes of workers in the lered the party’s removal {to 1942. The names of the firm and| thought.
officially announced here tonight. cao aati Trinidad Amn Bars investigators for the British industry. As result, the Labour} Djakarta after the affair and | of Senor Gubbins were removed Mr. Manilal, Aden barrister,
Reuter. ; Naeeee 8. aturday, January 28 by!} Medical Research Council Welfare Fund since °49 has grown] complained of the “insult July, 1945, “without explanation’”,| was visiting Mauritius after 4
LORD BALDWIN | 7 IROL CAT oS at 8.30 aim.—By Cable. | have found, considerably Reuter. but meanwhile it was claimed the} years and recalled that he was
Barbad | Workers, especially in |} r , damage had been sustained | sent here by Gredhi in 1907 to
mr’ “Gvocate Corresponsent) ‘ manual occupations, are ‘actory owners have been Reuter. in Page ;
bevel UA, Jan. 26, | Govt. Awards Contract notiopably “qidax mentally | makeing use of the Rehabilitation JudgementReserved e ae
eecenoncy wae Se vasttae after 28, and there is a de- || Fund, but labourers have so far RE ETE Tne nar Tee *
@ Baldwin has acquired the,| i tectable difference of speed | received no distribution. LONDON, Jan, 26
gold of Dead Man’s Chest! For Seawell Runwa | at which they can neue a The defence counsel today de-
Pa due south of Tortola, Vir- y | change. : | . Mr, Bethell told the “Advocate” | scribed as “totally Spinognenvelss
is and presented it to! ik ee : ; | These conclusions were that although the Vestrymen| frivolous and vexatious” Italy
Presidency to prevent it from| Bt lg A. S. Mavrogordato, Director of J. N. Harriman & baled reached in an investigation | sympathised with the construction} action in the British High Court |
§ Purchased by foreign inter- and Mr. W. M. Bennett, Engineer in Charge of Harriman’s|| into the industrial useful- of playing fields, in the light of] to recover cash and investments ~~
parc eae, Senin] B.W.LA. in connection ‘with the eanatracton erence || “Mee Meee ve tion | mae ath cenencems aid Toe Sonh BLAOUOM, whch
Meep, the produce of which ani-| “:'¥-4-A. in connection with the construction of the new ities reais, ie thes eee, ee pi agg anal a fa ra eee ae eg!
will be devoted to the} UNWay at Seawell Airport. According to an official state- ca tee ee 7 TS ee ne tne, ey, SHOU for, sieataanue Ce ree 2
ents in the hospital at Road *ment yesterday five tenders have can take their own time, it | spend the bulk of the money in After a two-day hearing, judg ee
ene ee oe: ORD , : was reported.—Reuter. | repairing them. ment was reserved.—Reuter. a A

; 5 , been received for the construction
And a Bottle of Rum Hundreds Homeless of a new runway at Seawell Air-







Bad Man’s Chest just north- B . B G Fl d | port, and the Government has T |
t s 1 : â„¢ }
Fe eee) tes agencies, (Moe SI ea Tage See Benon |Wiutne © ler Gets 12 Yrs.
gin Islands inspired Steven- (Barbados Advocate Correspondent) Messrs. = N. page and Com- To, Ke Pe = | ying mugs er € Ss PS.
S Song: GLORGELOWN, B.G., Jan, 26, pany, subject to the provision uf .
; 5 Five weeks of Rauay rainfall| funds by the Legislature, The BUENOS AIRES, Jan. 26. & b
m© Men on the Dead Man’s Chest inundated British Guiana coast-|tender of Messrs. J. N, Harriman The final returns of the elec- Aft J / D Sa O i
Yo Ho Ho and a bottle of Rum lands, resulting in heavy losses of] is for $1,295,600, and is the lowest] tions of the Province of Nan Jorge | er ury I ree
oe and the Devil had done provision crops cattle. livestock | Submitted. for state regulation and munici- ‘ ‘ 2
or the rest ; Pie. Pe it fatkerinns : The Secretary of State has] pality show overwhelming Peron- |} 7 ° |
and poultry, and leaving hundreds i ecretary of State has|pality s | \ | t | tl
Yo Ho Ho and ab ttle of Rum | homeless and destitute as they approved an application for a]ista majority. | er¢ 1¢ n 1 ur er ria Ou a young wl 8 e prac C
° ent a Vote Ol I ie eee A > . free grant of $1,212,000 under »
Sot its name from a resem-| Were forced from the flooded} en 7 : is The voting is as follows: Per-| : an
nee to a coffin backlands. , me : De i ny ie ae “ stare onistas 35,330, Radicals 16,242, | LONDON, Jan. 26. about money matters 9
' The erence, Si oe pont Ha toaleniice re wag] Democrats 2,012, Sogialists 1,276./ Brian Donald Hume. the “flying smuggler” escaped the} ma
ey, and technicians made a two- application, h é "ha adnan : a ; Ae oon Mig a a \
7 WILL SIGN PACT day inspection of the distressed| prepared before tenders were} _ Shag namennin. Seeasner, Rye | hangman’s noose today when a jury of ten men and two “ course I'm practical about money matters . « «
: enshe- Rnd established soup kiteh- | Neceived, was Hased on, tentetivah i a, Soe aioe women could not agree on a verdict in his trial for murder. I have to be! I may not understand high
WASHINGTON, Jan. 26. [ens while the Red Cross Com- | provisional estimates, and assumed| ! ys a “tite l, Phe jury found ao _ | finance, but I am the one who must budget the home
En Atlantic Pact nations will] n ittee with the aid of merchants|a contract price of $913,000. eing an “accessory after the fact”, ' ‘i 3 i % ;
[slg bilateral armaland others ace providing cloth- ; 4 IMED [ees he Was-sentenioad to. 19 ‘uners expenditures . . . It's my job to stretch the dollars to
ments with the United States| ing and medicine. C. D. & W. Grant DAMA LEE. ‘imprisonment for his part ita feed and clothe a growing family. ,
Pr the Mutua ine daeiee ns cea aie ar ont The estimate of the cost of the posing of the body of a Kerbside 3 ‘ E
uel Dati ne hasis- eee, Miatoarological sanenes runway revised in the light of the T Ul ENT Cc ASE dealer Stanley Setty. “That is why I look upon my husband's Life
ment announced today. of rain “had already fallen this| tender submitted by Messrs. J. N, 7 f 9 ¢ . Insurance as a joint responsibility — his and mine,
—(Reuter.) ! month_—By Cable. — @ On Page 3 | ‘The 30 year old company direc- If I should ever lose him, it is the children and I



26 las “Ti It to manage heard the verdict calmly ned-
N, Jan. 26. was “rather difficult to manage tor
The British Adeteity announc- They had tried several times with'} ding as he stepped down from the



who would suffer without an income to replace hig









4 juri the weeks before the dock aings.

ed to-day that it had issued a it during the weeks “EP EN im ons¢ ' oP .
writ for damages in the British accident, but it was rangers tc a men eed the mapet ae raation: | So we plan our Life Insurance together to provide
High Court against the owners of obtain contact with the shore. “i ie tos fel P histor { an income that we agree would be necessary for
the Swedish ship Divina, which The British Pilot, Mer. -D ritish criminal history. : me in case of need. H . bil

6 ovens Hog, wich Biligon, said that Another jury was then swowp in se of need, is Tesponsibility is to earn
With the tritich’ | | just before the|to hear the new indictment to money ... mine is to see that some of it is made
a bmarine DON’T MISS IT. SIR collision he saw | which Hume pleaded guilty. available to meet the premiums as they fall due,
Truculent in the ed anaoea white Wight a al The new indictment was that “TE ; ‘11s }
Thames Estuary | PATRICK HASTINGS! white light Oni os tad lanes Gs Ganson he s ] had 10t been willing to play my part, my
on January 12. lls the TALE OF THE thought it was | disposing of Setty’s body from au usband would have found it impossible to provide

The Trucuient | tells the PALE Ms *) @ small craft.” | aeroplane, The piea that helped to| the financial protection that our family needs.”
sank with the | STOLEN PEARLS in He gave the} cave Hume was his description of | :

loss of 64 lives mate the order | how three London gangsters had|

after the crash. hired him for £150 to drop pap-! THE

The Admiralty | cate. Asked ~ = . © | eels of counterfeit printing plate:
writ claimed | Order your copy Today hought tat | into the sea. They had brought |
camages for “the = was going to get they |

y al age {the parcel to his flat, but
tes of effects, of from your local agent. ak seni! wakes t

as contained .not plates for forging} s
naval end civil- out any collision, | petrol’ cpypons, "but thé cut” up! INSURANCE : com PANY,

Monday’s Evening Advo-

hange cour











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|
fan officers and : Mr, Ellison re-| body of the dealer. The prosecutor | pa
crew” in the Truculent collis- 7 Se a, a lal j alleged that the gangsters were al HEAD OFFICs (Established 1887) TORONTO, CANADA
Sarlier to-day, the Swedish he did. Hoe oan h 5 7 to tar- Meeting eedaied ead that tone »| 3 "
ceneere in Sandee, Herr beard ony er He explained se | accepted the parcels, thinking| Ww. s. MONROE a €o., Lid.-Agents.
Ss ¢ > org, opened an in- t Was the dt xf the other ships ‘ — . arative o
tae aaa on behaif according t srnational Rule toed é ee eee | Peter De Verteville
of the Swedish authorities. to give way, and he expected that } :



r he

This inquiry, he said pure- omer When he found what they dic} Chief Representative.
ly administrative to find Ell i ot | contain, he jwag in a dilemma. be. |

nat had happened and wil ) t 1use he knew at i » failed tc |
1a sccced galt te tena | boarty Wet te Uileck: fee’ Be os Clyde L. Walcott

uring his evidence vith men who would 1










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}4 | i to murder him, his ows } Agent
p EF 1 ‘EE yesterday, mmerberg, said that his ship I never sa the re t at lL.” | life would not have been worth a
\NE RELIEF COMMITTEE | Hommerberg, said th is if i } ii yuld not he V i *
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PAGE TWO





THE REMAINING two r

Michelin and Mrs. Dow g retur
shows left to right:—-Mr. Vere
Elliot Williams, Mr

IS Excellency the Governor
was at the St. Lucy Alms
house yesterday and the Board of
Guardians conducted His Excel-
‘

lency on a tour of inspection of
the Institution.



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Passed Exam.
EWS has been received
Mr. F. G. Smith has pass
his Examination in Roman Law
Mr. Smith, formerly on the staff
of the Combermere Schooi is
reading Law in England.
«> «<>

Returning on February
RS. R. R. M. Carpenter
Wilmington, Delaware who

fiew with her husba to Barba-
dos last year is returning in Feb-
ruary and will again be in resi-
dence at’ the Four Wings Clut
The party will include Mr
Mrs. Richard D. Morgan, }

+hat

3

now

af













s. John M. Morgan ar
1d Mrs. Everett Hawley
«
lo Promote Export Trade

long with ’
M.B.E. He is on a mission for
Board of Trade, England, as we



mote export trade bet,
Britain and the coun
tney visit

to nineteen

and they

countr



d

AWlett is also Vice-Presi-
dent-of the Iron and Steel Insti-
tute and while here he is a guest
a Carrabank.

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On Caribbean Tour
R. LEO SWEENEY, President
: and General Manager

7. ana

a



Interested In Art



he USA
Saskatchew
nioitions whict
y Summer

and Mrs. James are spend-
ing the winter in Barbados and are
taying at the Hastings Hotel

Art Officer Retu rns

MM“ JOHN HARRISON
i Officer of the Br

Ush Coun
clu with er in






Art

head








jos, feturned fror af by

B.W.LA. on Monday after spend-

ing three weeks in that colony

Going @ holiday course for teach-

ers. He is staying at the Y.M.C.A
“« “>

Radio Amateur

R. AND MRS. STANLEY

Knowles of Port-of-Spain are
in Barbados for a short holiday
Perhaps to the Radio Amateurs of
this island Mr. Knowfes will be
better-known as VP4TI. They aro
Staying at the Hotel Royal and
will be here for afew weeks

i i ce
AIR ca Rcaindnge. waeieovahnem ae
re

ers of the Polo team





Colin Deane, Mrs. Hert
Mrs. Michelin was.won by the Barbados team in t







f the |



Carib Calling |

ed

yesterday

from Venezuela
Mr. Lee é

, Mr

Dowding a





Leaving AngtiuaOn Sunday

R. Harold Harney, Registrar

ua has been appoint-

Magistrate, Si

fr. and Mrs. Harney leave

Antigua on Sunday.
. .





tional

=
G. G. Dobson
Dina also leave
, for the United
, Mr.

and Mrs









Once Again

af are
4 Dr. Le H







giad to

Cricket Fan
Russell Belizaii











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For Installation Ceremony
M’ B. C. PERSAUD, Civil
4 Servant of B h Guiana
i i t leave left
y evening by B.W.LA.



on We

for Trinidad on his way to Jama-
ica He had spent about two
holiday here and was



months’

g at Indramer Guest House,



to Jamai-;

of Herd
Alice.







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Electrician Here From

in
with



rt Com-
lar : now in
Guest Hi

ved here

ASe



me

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ver i eaith re r faspending the Christmas holidays

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Valois Smith of

Will ‘Com

M* and Mrs





DO A SE

nd Col.
t match against Caracas combined teams

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THE BARBADOS ADVOCATE

LE CR,
.

Lee Deane and Elliot Williams along with Mrs.
Picture taken at Seawell Airport
Herbert Dowding, Mrs. Michelin, Mr

R. T. Michelin. Cup held by

Wedding

N Sunday afternoon at the St
James Parish Church Miss
Dorothy Thomas was married to
Mr. Godfrey Everard Haynes of
Holetown, St. James. The bride
was given in marriage by her
cousin Mr. Oliver Myles. She
presented a beautiful picture in a
dress of figured ferrone, her head-
dress was kept in place by
bunches of for-get-me-knots, and
she carried a bouquet of anthu-
rium lilies and Queen Ann’s lace.
The bridesmaids were the Misses
Julia and Ruth Lashley. The
er girls were Miss R. Drakes
O. Redman.
he ceremony which was fully
ioral with Mr. A. G. Rocheford
the organ, was performed by
on A. W. Johnson. The best-
was Mr. Oscar Cyrus.
ion was held at the
bride’s mother at
ts Village, St. James.












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On Honeymoon
AND MRS. ADOLPHOS
nez of Caracas Vene-
in Barbados on
oon. They arrived
ning by B.WIA.,
are staying at
House.
cashier of the
uck Company in

and
ana

e Guest



«>»

Intransit
R. AND MRS. JOHN WALSH
of New York were arrivals
yesterday evening by B.W.LA.,
from Trinidad intransit to
Dominica where they are going «0
a visit.

Mr. Walsh is proprietor cof
John D. Walsh & Co. Agents for
Shippers of Essential Oils.

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Second Visit
ISS JOAN CHIMMING, typ-
of the Trinidad Match
Port-of-Spain, is now in
os on her second visit to
land. She arrived over the
nd by B.W.1A. for about
eks’ holiday and is stay-
t “Leaton-on-Sea”, The



ist



«<> <>
Comings and Goings
y R. Frank Storms who is with

the Iron Mines of Venezuela

arrived yesterday to spend ap-
proximately ten days at the Ocean
jy View Hotel. He is accompaniea
his wife and they have been to
Barbados several times before.

a * ~
Miss Lilia Peters, who has been

with her family in St. Lucia re-
turned to school at the Ursuline
Convent yesterday.

* ~ 7
Mr. A. J. Donald, Represen-
ative of Fitzpatrick Graham and
Co. stationed in Trinidad is here
on a few days’ business visit. He



Smith, an employee off @'tived yeterday morning by

C.P.13 said that this was their’ B.W.1.A. ® e
first visit to Barbados and they E .
had certainly entered it He spthe Mr. Henry Abraham, Michelin
high he hospitality extended Representative in the West Indies
to I wife and himself and was 2!so arrived yesterday morning

f to another visit by B.W.I.A.

Â¥ > >

«<>» «<> Mr. L. F. Zettel, Export Sales

A Frequent Visitor
OMMANDER C. H. Hayward,
M.B.E., who served in both
s well as in both the
and British Navy, is
in Barbados on a short visit,
and is a guest at “Cacrabank”
As well as being a very well-
k n Engineer, Commander
Hayward is a Member of the Inst
of Mechanical Engineers, and is
also Mexican Consul for Trinidad
and Barbados as well as British
Guiana and the other B.W.I.
Islands, and is equally well known
in Mexico and Peru as he is here.

C
American

Dack



Engineer of Barber-Greene Com-
pany of Aurora, Illinois arrived
yesterday morning by B.W.I.A
from St. Lucia. He has just come
from Guadeloupe and Martinique
where his Company is in charge of
the construction of new airfields
and roads in those Colonies. He
expects to leave for Trinidad on
Sunday.

- .

MR. Edgar Watson of the Sur-
veyor Salvage Association in
London, is on his way to Santa
Domingo from St. Lucia and has
come here for a visa. He arrived
yesterday by B.W.I.A.

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New Novel Coming '
NEW YORK. (By Mail),
Ernest Hemingway is now com
pleting the final pages of a nev
novel which will be pubilishe.
early in March.

This new book, Hemingway
frst since “FOR WHOM THi
BELL TOLLS” .which was put

lished in 1940, was begun unde.
most unusual cire lances

Last February, while shootin
wild-fowl in Italy, Hemingwa
was the victim of a strange acci-
dent.

A tiny fragment of shotgur
wadding fell into his eye and 1
presence was not discovered for
several days; by this time blood
poisoning had set in, and it sprea:
so rapidly and so virulently tha
Mr. Hemingway’s doctor dispairec
of his recovery. He was given «é
short time io live.

For some years prior tu the acci-
Jent, Mr. Herunyway had beca ai
work on a boe« cf lary: »r>por-
tions, which he knew he ceula ne
finish in a short time.

He therefore set this work aside
2nd began immediately to write «
novel which had been taking forn
n his mind; many of Heming-
way’s important works had been
written under such pressure—
“The Sun Also Rises” was written
in Valencia, Madrid and Paris
in six weeks; on a single day in
Madrid when the bull fights hac
been snowed out in May, he hac
written three memorable shori
stories; “The Killers”, before

breakfast, “Ten Indians” after,
lunch, and “Today is Friday” that)
night, |

Hemingway confounded his

doctors and threw off his illness. |
but, the impetus to complete the!
novel stayed with him. He has de-
voted his entire time to it without

interruption for the past eight] ~” On the way from London t

months. And it has grown into a; {he King’s nephew, to her relatives in Austri

full-length book. The final mant-| wood, formerly Miss Marion Stein.

script will shortly be delivered to

about a fortnight.—Express
his publishers.



A Woman Who Went Too Far

SIX CRIMINAL WOMEN } flowing with money.
Elizabeth Jenkins. Sampson |

Low 10s. 6d, 224 pages

MRS. BORRODAILE ought to
have known better. The rose-pink |
brochure, the slogan “Beautiful)
forever!” above all the compelling
personality of Madame Rachel|
were too much for the small
remnants of common sense the
widow possessed.

And if as Madame alleged Lord
Ranelagh really were enamoured|
of her was it not worth while to/
invest ten guineas in a flask of}
the Magnetic Rock Dew Water of}
the Sahara, or even a thousand)
guineas in the Royal Bridal
Toilet Cabinet?

Yes. Madame’s prices were high;
but she had no lack of clients. It}

By

shop at 47a. Bond Street,

for the season).

because once,
membered her despair,

She was illiterate, had
three times married, had
children, smoked cigars
customers were not about),
the had brains.
is one can say
the worst of Elizabeth Jenkin

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THE MILTON QUARTET and
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MADAM LA ZONGA
CALYPSOES by Charmer and Prowler
LISLE JORDAN — 10-Year-Old Jitterbug Wonder

CALLING ALL JITTERBUGGERS & ARTISTES
FOR AUDITION SUNDAY —9 a.m.

Grand Jitterbug Final — Wednesday Ist February

SILVER CUP to be won ard Selection of Barbados
King and Queen of JIVERS.

Mrs. Hossewife

Do not let the Electric Cuts harass you

We can supply - - -
KEROSENE TABLE LAMPS (complete)
KELLY NO. 6 LAMPS
LANTERNS
FALKS KEROSENE STOVES—, 3, & 4 burner
OVENS—single and double
WOOD and COAL STOVES—Nos. 6, 7 and 8
BOX IRONS—6%", 7” and 714”
CHIMNEYS, BURNERS and WICKS
*
BARBADOS CO-OPERATIVE COTTON
FACTORY LIMITED.

There was enough to keep the
the
house in Maddox Street Madame’s
pair of high-stepping bays, and
her box at Covent Garden (£400

For beauty women were pre-
pared to pay, to sacrifice to be-
lieve! Rachel knew it very well
after scarlet fever
she had lost all her hair. She re-

























been
seven
(when
but
And, bad as she
that she is not
s
was the ‘sixties’ and England was! wicked kut fascinating sister-hood







o Vienna to introduce her husband,
a; the Countess of Hare-
They will remain in Vienna for



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ll. You find

12. Probably in the play producer’s

eye. (4)

14. Does this halt the golfer after
the green? (3)



15. Let go! (6)
18. A girl in financial @tfficulties. (3) 20.
of many in a pound. (5) cuteeas
down Wdrina this wine. (4) \ m
you @o not get at your om i 1
ner’s. (5) Es :
25, Resting piace in « cope works. (3)! | with Edward G. ROBINSON—Richard CONTE

26.
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much depends wpon mh (5)

bh. Giving a quid for this means you
get something

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ag

2. For a rider add a bit on to it. (4)
3. A chic namie for a workman. (8)
4. Wrecking this place would create

a dire scene.

. Compare with something similar.
2 (5) . o" Work. (3)
8. Very negligent. (3)
10. This ns essive wave has 1
a ction. (5)
13. Se be of iittie value. (7)
16, Usu oc the Parkers.
(3 of sorts. (3)
20. You tiy, (4)
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22, Z Y
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&,AndrewF lood Victims






iced Shelter From Rain

=; D.A. Foster and L. E. R. Gill, representatives of the}
SSi >. . es

ish of St. Andrew in the House, spoke on the Resolution
‘ $1 700 for the repairs of School Buildings on Tuesday.






















. : I would like to take week ago to-day this question of
fam where the Leader of the the Mount Tabor School was raised
rom Jeft off. i take it that by the honourable senior member
has rable senior member for St. John and the honourable
Pon had not got to his senior member for St. Joseph was’
en on the last occa- somewhat surprised that the ques-
Tabor School would tion should have been raised in
in the same position as view of the fact that the parish of
her place in other parishes St. John had been well treated.
P suffered as a result of the The parish had been visited not
Honourable mem- only by the Colonial Secretary and

Se tibet that when this by the honourable member, but
wil ot he flood damage was also by the Governor. You can
, jdered by this House, well imagine the plight of St. An-
a arene of the people who drew which has had none of these
d that damage to their visits. A list was sent in asking
sleeping in the Insti- for a little more than $4,000 to
5 His Honour the Speaker assist the unfortunate people; that
say me out that we passed list was so much mutilated that
the parish of St. Andrew it was almost unrecognizable as
9 or three months ago part of the original list which was
tw ed him that certain sent in, and the paltry sum of
eal lying on the ground, $1,036 was dished out to assist
one cent had been voted , these poor people who had suffer-

Mou!







HERBERT MORRISON, No. 2 man in Britain’s Soc
coming General Election, contrives to look at home

















































i eople. ed materially.
—— | from what I have
ish of St. Andrew
t ee have invited four in
of the Executive Com- | ally
come down to St. An-
and see the damage, and
ds of excuses were made. |
smber told me “I will be
about 5 o'clock” but 5

e
S

ering bits of furniture.

Cardboard

league, the honour-; of the water;
a Seesaber for St. An-/through the

nd see the suffering of the |house was very badl
: tte people whose houses and out of the rem

these people are in the | which the owner, her niece and

ihe masses are existing; the | not be used
of the English language | houses; they have collected ap-
my view of those | proximately $800,000 and the

ps. Ihave a list here ask-| parish of St. Andrew which had
£24,000 and the estimate by | manufactured an average of 7,200
ve pment is $1,036. Today tons of sugar over the past three
Government , want to} years, had contributed about
perts $20,000 and théy/ $52,000. An allocation has been
land to help these destitute] made from the Labour Welfare
fering people. One indi-| Fund at the rate of $1.50 per head
given $5, another $10} of population, and St. Andrew
wr $20; $100 worth of/ with a population of approxi-
bday is what a strong} mately 7,000 has been given a
ty under his arms. Ij} playing field and recreation hall
purable members to| at a cost of approximately $11,000.
to St. Andrew by day-|I repeat: I do not see why some

in repairing these

"

frow and see the condi-| of that money could not be used
der which the poor people} in helping these unfortunate peo-
re are living. ple who cannot help themselves,
Governor I should like to draw to the at-
it before the matter] tention of the Government that
Secretary of State'!the Hurricane Relief Committee
Inditions will catch the appointed to render assistance in
fis Excellency the Gov-| St. Andrew employed certain men
| hope that he will come|to clear the roadways and these
see the suffering of men have not been remunerated
e and be convinced of] for their services. I do think that
fate conditions under} they are entitled to some remun-
fy are suffering when} eration for coming to the assist-
6 those who claim to be} ance of the Committee and mak-
iting the masses. I invite|ing the roads;passable, I accept
lency to come down and | the word of the honourable senior





condition of the suffering | member for St. Joseph that the
Mr. Chairman, I share the| Government had in mind the
of these people because I| question of the repair of the
it they are suffering and} Mount Tabor School before the

my heart to speak of it.
that the Government will

honourable senior member for St.
John mentioned it, and now that
they work in haste in re-| the honourable member does know
hese people. Nearly six! about conditions in St. Andrew,
elapsed since the'he will take steps to relieve them
and these poor, des- | so that these people will be able
ple have not been at-' to take shelter from rain and wind.
fT have drawn the mat-' After all, to be living in houses
ea ention of Mr. Speaker : such as those in which I saw peo-
ope that the Government ; ple living is detrimental to health
immediate action and} We want to have a contented com-
the rescue of these poor, {munity and I think it is in our
people. interest to relieve suffering of the

kind which has been mentioned,
Accident and put these people back in the
: Thad hoped that the | position in which they were before
ith which the Government |} this unfortunate calamity. | I hope
relation to the Mount | that something concrete will result
thool was by design but} out of the few remarks which I
ly it was by accident. A have had to make,

LEEWARDS
REFORM

























Hutton

For Divorce

3 ) 5 i Jan. 26
AO D, Jan, 26. | ST. JOHNS, Antigua ;
ao ar pee - old| The Constitutional Reform
bombshell” of the films, |Committee under the Chairman-
4 suit for divorce, alleg-|Ship of Mr. J. Conrad Wooding

@ cruelty”, according to jhave submitted a report to Gov-

T. ernment. Antigua was represent-
band, Ted Briskin, is a led by Honourable V. C. Bird and
har. H. O. Pratt, Elected members.
wemient is said to have|Hon A, Moody-Stewart, Nomin-
ed upon, lated unofficial member. St.
week Briskin (31) dis- | Kitts—Hon C. A. Evelyn, nomin-

they had separated for | ated and official member. Elected
time. | members from this island did not

|take part as they had hitherto

° B xpressed their re. = =

: 5 terms of reference shoulc e
— affles | widened, Montserrat - T.M.
Doctors Peters and J. W. R. Perkins,
| (Elected);. Hon. A. W. Griffin,

INHAGEN, Jan, 26 nominated unofficial member.

i ; T yin was secretary.
TOUS Epidemic of sick- | Mr. H., T. Elwin was

Sweeping Denmark at
_ «Stole Sheep

tt time has the doctors
mptoms are given as | J at
Nause; - »na| . Alberton Reid of Mount Friend
gt” eon ol ship, St. Michael was put on pro-
@ few days oma" | bation for 18 months yesterday
sr | by His Worship Mr. E. A. McLeod

Ly ie
7 own medical for the larceny of two sheep
le moment is valued at £3. 15/-

d.—Reuter,

VIM



pre-
a few!



I am_ speaking
seen in the par-
; and in at least
tances I saw houses actu-
lying flat on the ground cov-

At Greenland there is a house
the roof of which is patched with
e has not yet come. I tele- |, cardboard so as to keep out some
you can see the sky
roof of that house.
and asked him to come/In King Street, St. Andrew, a
y damaged
ains the owner
Mown down. I repeat that has made a temporary shelter in








Yorkshire.—Express



(@ from page 1)
look after indentured labour. He
the fight against indentured labou:
and the abuses on sugar.
Pandit Nehru, Prime

Minister
of India, has sent

the followin;
reply to Prime Minister, Clemen

n to-day. My colleague | infant child were risiding. I hope} Attlee’s message of good wish«
Bil you that the water ran j; that the Government will act with] on the inauguration of the Indiar
cheeks when he saw the /a_ little Speed in relieving the! Repupisce:
ign of these people. * The | plight of these people in St. An- “On behalf of the Government
who claim to be the repre-!drew. I do not see why some of | of India, I thank you and youl
es of the masses should | the money which has accumulated colleagues for your message oi
rotten conditions under | to the Labour Welfare Fund could 1

good wishes, for the happiness ana
prosperity of the Indian people
under the new constitution, W:
trust that the close friendly rela-
tions that have existed between
the Commonwealth of Nations ana

India, will continue between thy
Indian Republic and the other
free nations of the Common-

wealth.”

Prime Minister, Clement Attlee.
said tonight that it would alway:
be a matter of pride to the Britist
that Indians had learned the prin-
ciples of Democracy from Britain

“May India be in Asia a light
of democracy, freedom and socia.
justice”, he said.

Mr. Attlee, speaking at a meet-
ing of the India League in Lon-
don, said, “we are meeting today
to celebrate an event of great
historic importance, the inaugura-
tion of the Indian Republic,
member State of the free and
equal fellowship of the British
Commonwealth, During the years
in which I have been Prime Min-
ister, the journey of India to full
Self-Government has been accom-

plished. That journey, began
many years ago, the creation of :
great Democratic State in a coun-
try of 3000,000,000 souls, is nc
easy task.

“In accomplishing it, the British
and Indians have both made thei
contribution. The fact that there
have been disputes and difficulties
between the British and Indian:
should not hide from us the fact
that both races have made thei1
contribution. Indeed these ver:
controversies have been an essen-
tial part of the process, whereb}
the result has been obtained.

“Looking back over the years
Indians, I think, do not deny th«
work that was done by the Britis!
in welding together the parts ¢
this great sub-continent, and i:
training Indians in Self-Govern-
ment, and in the art of adminis-
tration, although they may think
that recognition of the right o1
self-determination should have
come earlier. British administra- |
tors, who were often in the past
in conflict with the advocates of |
Indian Nationalism, will not with-
hold their tribute of respect
those who were the protagonists
in pressing national claims,

“As the events which are still
the present to many of us pass
into history, we can judge them in
their right perspective and with
broader understanding. It will
always be a matter of pride to u
in this country, that Indians have
learned the principles of demo-
cracy from Britain, and that they
have to a large extent modelled
institutions upon those which we
have over the years worked out
in practice in this country. The
new constitution has been based
broadly on the principles and!
[practice of Western democracy,
and I think that the framers of
the constitution would themselves
agree that they have profited fron
the work done’ in previous years
by British and Indians who have
worked on Indian constitutional

problems.

“When the India Bill was passed |
by Parliament, India was left
completely free to choose her own

| constitution. She was also abso
| lutely free to choose whether or
not she would continue to be a}
member of the Commonwealth. |
She has chosen to be a Republic,
but shé has also chosen to remain

























to







smooth/

founded Hindustan which Startea} me













| fection

THE BARBA



ialist hierarchy
in a cowstall ‘v



Sir Hilary Proclaim

A Holiday

Ss

in the Commonwealth.

“The acceptance of this at the
eting of Prime Ministers of the
Commonwealth last year was an
event of historic importance, It
emphasised, not for the first time,
the flexibility of this great organ-
sation of free peoples, and demon-







rated that its strength lies in
he spirit rather than in any
formality .

No one, I think, least of “all
those who bear responsible office

India, will undertake the mag-
nitude of the problems which face
the India Government. There is
an immense amount of work to
be done in raising the standard of

life of the people. In the pressure
of this huge population the means
f life is very happy. India is
fortunate in having as her Prime
Minister, Pandit Nehru, a man
of high ideals, wide vision and
elfless devotion

I would like on this inauguration
day to send to the President of
the Republic, Pandit Nehru and
his colleagues in the Government
and all the people of India my
sincere wishes. May they enjoy
peace, prosperity, and happiness
in the years ahead. May India be
in Asia a light of democracy, free-
dom and social justice.”



DOS ADVOCATE



Ro
and party manager for the forth-
while on his New Year holiday in

Farley Hill
Old Barbados

Mansion

FOR SOME WEEKS readers of
this newspaper have been reading
that “Farley Hill,” in St. Peter is
for sale.

This old Barbadian mansion was
re-uilt and improved by Sir
Graham Briggs, for the entertain-
ment of Prince Alfred, Duke oi
Edinburgh who visited the island
in 1861.

James Anthony Froude,
historian who paid a visit to Sir
Graham in 1887 gave the following
description of the house:

“After keeping by the sea for





at the foot of a steep hill we

met our host, who transferred

me to his own carriage.

We still had four or five miles
to go through some cane fields
and among sugar mills. At the
end of them, we came to a grand
avenue of cabbage palms, a hun-
dred or a hundred and twenty
feet high. The avenue led up to
Sir Graham's house which stands
800 feet above the sea,

Rare Trees

of the island, was running wild,
though rare trees and. shrubs
survived from its ancient splen-
dour. Among them were two
Wellingtonians, as tall as the
palms but bent out of shape by



Before reading the proclama-
tion, Menon said, “the Indian
constitution we are adopting today
is the new state to endeavour to
promote international peace and
security, and maintain just and
endurable relations between
nations, While this particular

function is primarily a domestic
affair of the Indian community, it
is but natural we should wish,
and find it exhilarating, to share
our rejoicing with our friends-in
Portugal and other lands.”

South African Premier, Dr.
Malan, said India owed her in-
dependence to the wise states-
manship of Gandhi and Pandit
Nehru, who relied on negotiation
and discussion. to settle India’s
problems. In a message to Pandit
Nehru, he said of the new Indian
Republic: “On this momentous
day in Indian history, I send you
my good wishes on the proclama-
tion of the ideal for which the
people of India have long striven.”

Drees offered Holland’s con-
gratulations to India on entering
“this new and important phase of
one of the world’s oldest civilisa-|
tions. The Dutch people regard-|
ed Mahatma Gandhi as “a man!
who strove for goodness and per-
rather than power and|
wealth, and who demonstrated to |
the world the greatest moral force |
in history.”

CONTRACT FOR)

ee

os ilies enn





the trade winds. Passing through
a hall among a litter of Carib
curiosities, we entered the draw-
ing room, a magnificent saloon
extending with various eompart-
ments over the greater part of the
ground floor storey. It was filled
with .rare and curious~ things,
gathered in the days when sugar
was a horn of plenty, and selected
with the finest taste, pictures,
engravings, gems, antiquarian
relics, books, maps and manu-
scripts,

A dining room

almost us

large, had once been the scene |
of hospitalities like those which |

are celebrated by Tom Cringle.
A board staircase of solid mahog
any led up from the hall, to long
galleries, out of which tbhedrooms
opened with cool deep balconies
and the universal green blinds. It
was a palace with which Aladdin
himself might have been satisfied,”

Policemen Get
More Boxes Soon

More shelters for Traffic Police-
men on point duty are anticipated.
Colonel R. T. Michelin, Com-
mussioner of Police, told the “Ad-
vocate” yesterday that he is now
erecting another shelter in the



| form of a large umbrella, for the

‘| T |
SEAWELL |

(@ from page 1)_
Harriman is $1,680,000. It is pro-
posed in due course to apply for
a supplementary grant under the
Colonial Development and Wel-
fare Act for an amount equivalent
to the difference between the
grant already approved by the
Secretary of State and the actual
cost for construction. The present
estimate includes an allowance of
L0% for contingencies, and it
1oped that there will be a saving.
The contract will provide that

is

10 duty will be charged on
materials, nor on equipment or
spare parts imported solely for
use on the contract and re-

exported within two months of its
completion. It will also provid?

| that no vehicle tax will be payable

espect of vehicles used solely

'on the site.

Expenditure incurred under
the authority of the Advance
Resolution No. 59 of 1949 will be
transferred as a charge to this
provision,

cleans everything

f
/

y and speedily!

vim can clean your cake-tins

ly and smoothly! A rub
th Viz

iSappear.

Make al
an easier,
using Vim.

4 LEVER veoouc

al

4 &

1~then grease and

quicker,

point duty man
Monument.

This new shelter will be com-
pared with the other in Trafalgar
Square and then he will decide
which is the more suitable for
general use.

It is expected that the new
shelter will be erected on Mon-
day,

by the Nelson

2 Imprisoned
For Fraud
IN ROME

ROME, Jan. 26,

The Rome Court of Assizes to-
day ruled that it is not an offence
against monetary laws to make
false gold sovereigns.

The Court acquitted Artiro
Rampelli and Antonio Amerini of
a charge of counterfyiting.

They were instead sentenced to
two years each for fraud.

The Court*held that a counter-
feiting charge cannot be made in
respect of a money which is no
longer legal tendet,.—Ret*er,









or

t



A Guide For |
Housewives |
regularly
whether}

THE Housewife
faved with the problem
to buy an article for the price |
she thinks it is worth or for the
price demande by the seller,
which she thinks is exorbitant.

Articles like fish, eggs, firewood,
and cocoanuts are always wanted
in homes and here are the con-
| \wolled prices at present:

Flying fish—4c each (ex beach
or boat) and 5c each retailed.
Seine fish which includes m ack- |
erei, cavally, johns, jacks, sprats,
bointa, herring, and goat ‘fish—|
18c per Ib. (ex beach or boat)
and retailed 20c per lb.

Dolphin is to be sold at 20¢ per
Ib. (ex beach or boat) and retail-
ed at 24¢ per lb.

Eggs bring three prices. Other
than for breeding purposes—(a)
2 ozs. and under 6e each: (b)
over 2-ozs 8c each. Imperted
Canadian large grade “A” cost
10¢ each.

Cocoanuts are sold at $5.50 per
100 and 7e each retailed. Cut
wood is sold at 92c per 100 Ibe.

s

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boiling, add 1 cup of Quaker Oats. ”...
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the |

an hour, we turned inland, and |

“The garden, once the wonder |

|

,





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or 3c for 23 Ibs.

US Concession

B.W.1
‘oreign air carriers permit to thi
| United States.
| epproved by the President on thr
{9th January and was issued on |
| the 20th

was filed in February, 1949

In August,
Director,
Murray,
ppear
nautics Board examiner
port the application
At the present time B.W.1
perate |
» Miami under charter to British |
Caribbean Airways
the
tariffs, which are being filed, have |
been approved by the Civil, Aer,
nautics
the B.C.A,. service will cease and |

own
Trinidad
for New York and other parts ot |
the
from Miami by rail or*American!
domestic airlines.



Tins FRUIT —

DIAL 2236 — ROEBUCK ST



B.W.LA. Get

President

Truman has gra=t
A.

their application for

The permit wa

B.W.1.A.’s application, whici

in
cluded the following routes:

(a) Trinidad, Barbados, Antigua
Kitts, San Juan, Ciudad Trujillo
Port-au-Prince, Kingston, Mo
tego Bay, Miami

(b) Trinidad, Barbados, Antigua, st |
Kitts, San Juan, Ciudad “Trujil
Miami. |

(ec) Kingston, Montego Bay. Miam |

1949, the Managing
Commander A. D. 3S
visited Washington te |
before the Civil Aero
to sur





a service



from Kingsto
As soon ar}

operations specifications an¢

Authority and C!A.5. |
W.I.A. will operate under its
name right through from |

to Miami. Passengers



United States can continue






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PAGE FOUR

Published by The Advorste Co. Ltd., 34, Broad St.. Bridsetows
naa LLL LLL LAL AL OLS

Friday, January 27, 1950



Playfields Or Houses?

IN 1946 the United Kingdom Govern-
u entered an agreement with the West | fo; the drafting of regulations

to purchase their total exportable
surplus of sugar at an agreed price; and
was regulated by
certain conditions as to the distribution of
acess among various classes of workers in
the industry. From this cess allocations
were to be made to the rate of £1. 5s. I have heard the usually
per ton to a Price Stabilisation Fund, £1 | ME Wat torrent which must

the fixing of that price

ADVOGATE



Oil claimed the headlines at
last Tuesday's meeting of the
House of Assembly—and the jure
of the magic word prodtced
stormy scenes. Little “oil” was
poured on troubled waters—which
consisted of a bitter verbal duel

Leader of the House,

toa Rehabilitation Fund and 10/- to a La- have stung i ae of the

bour Welfare Fund. The accumulations
for three years has brought the total of the
Labour Welfare Fund to £167,000.

This fund was created for the purpose
of improving the living conditions of the
labourers in the sugar industry with hous-
ing to be given priority. A survey of the
houses in which these labourers live in any
part of this island will satisfy the most
casual observer that it was most appropri- | expert, or
ate that greater efforts should have been
made at improvement. For that matter,
housing in Barbados might well be regard-

ed as a blot on the reputation

have boasted. The scathing comments of

the Committee appointed in

serve as an accurate description and re-

know what had happened, in one
week, to necessitate the requir-
ing of the additional $17,000, and
how such a sum could possibly
be spent on the services of an
, between now
and March 3lst. The former At-
torney-General was accused by
Mr. Adams of deliberately dis-

the House. Mr. Walcott demand-
ed that the words be withdrawn
—to be met with a blunt refusal
from Mr. Adams. Previous to this
had come suggestions, hints, from
the Opposition side, that Govern-

of which we

March 1942

cord of this unsatisfactory condition. Setent had already decided on the

Yesterday a deputation consisting of
Mr. F. E. Bethell, M.C.P. of the St. Michael’s

Vestry, Mr. A. P. Cox of the

Vestry and Mr. S. G. Greenidge of the St.

| identity of the expert, and that
| the selectee could be 2 “friend”
of Party members. This was
strongly refuted by Mr. Adams,
who claimed that Government
merely wished to have the money
available to avoid any delay in

St. Joseph’s

THE BARBADOS ADVOCATE

OUL AND DERRY MORE JAP CHRISTIANS

TOKYO (By Mail)
THU

By Lee Wade

Mr. Dowding, Governments re-
quest for a “blank cheque” was
obnoxious, and he deplored the
fact tmat an eslumate was put for-
ward in such 2 fasi-
ion. “If we would use,” stormed
Mr. Dowding, “the common s¢nse
God gave us, we would get
somewhere. is -ré is no com-
mon sense in this Resolution.” He
argued that it should be simple
io ascertain the passage fares re-
quired to bring the experts here,
the cost of their accommodation
and salaries, add 10 per cent. for
eventualities, and there would
i ¢

pro-
portions. “Where there is oil”,
said Mr. Dowding, “there is dirt
—and plenty of it.” The House
finally passed the Resolution fox
$12,000, and the eight “Noes”

° were all on the Government side

of the table. Mr. Mapp had pre-
viously described the whole de-
bate as one big quibble—and in
this he was very right, fer a
great many people may have very
red faces should it be discovered,
which Heaven forbid, that there
is no oil worth drilling for 2
Barbados. From the tenseness of
Tuesday’s debate one could al-
most visualize this Colony as 3
budding second Aruba. Too much,
I fear, is going to be expected from
the expert, or experts. Oil wells
and all the mighty machinery
of oil production are not born
overnight.

In The Shadows

The meeting resumed at 5.39
p.m. In the gathering gloom and
shadows Mr. Branker advocated
that a native of the Colony should
receive preference in the training
courses to be provided in the Po-
lice Department and the Labour
Department. At this stage, work
at the reporter’s table became an
impossibility due to the darkness.
The Marshal of the House pro-
duced acetylene lamps at around
5.30, but inmost members found
the glare as great a nuisance as
the darkness. Later the Marshal,
obviously with the best of inten-
tions, placed a similar lamp on
the reporter’s table, and this col-

the sufferings of ignorunt, desti-
tute people, without homes or
cheker, He was

of his some a growth 0
what in spline Mr. Adamsjin Japan during i949

GENERAL DOUGLAS MACAR

by Mr.!, uarters in Tokyo foresee a U ,
table | NESE) it a Christian movement | REE eT rere a a

and 1950 than in re-|



R’S|
“much |







” ”

” ——per case
QUAKER CORN FLAKES~-per pkt.



i : cent 3 ee . I Pre Cae EER Ee ge Er
with "Me. Fosters statements! In support of their i aoe 1h COLREN BERN FONG SUCAR-per a a
which certainiy suggested ‘tthe Religious and Cultural Resources divi-|! :
Si. Andrew had been simost °° cion of headquarters point out that: || -@LORNAADE NTE
si Soph eo eel 1 The number of Catholic catechumens| |, a
House bad come prepared for the | on June 30, 1949, was 29 cent. larger than ~

Si. Andrew matter, and produced | on the same date ip I

figures te prove what had already

been granted larger amounts than
they had claimed. However, it was
most apparent that there is still
considerable suffering and hard-
ship in this area—certainly suffic-
jent to warrant further aid from
public funds. Mr. Foster expressed of
his intention of appealing to H's

Excellency the Governor to visit

well as the

mediately forthcomimg. =
Mr. Mottley, as usual, provid-

member in the House—a feature
which seldom fails to annoy Mr.
Smith when that gentleman is in
the chair. Mr. Mottley, it would
seem, also has sources of infor-

al reports.

lesser degree, annoy Mr. Adams.
On the issue of Civil Service Ad-
ministration Mr. Adams stated
that he never ceased to wonder
“from what starry heights” the
Honourable member obtained his
information, to which Mr. Mottley
retorted that the Leader of the
House would have “to continue
to wonder”. On the matter of ‘he
recent appointment of a former
Director of Medical Services (in
Jamaica) to investigate the con-
ditions at the local hospital, Mr.
Mottley is expecting action—and
plenty of it. Unless glaring ex-
posures are made, the investiga-
tion, in his opinion, will have
proved to be nothing but a waste
of money. On this matter, Mr.

2. The Church of :
five-year programme 0
expected to result in an
of conversions; and

3. The influx of Christian.

istian literature and

churches.
In November 1949, to

at approximately
almost all Christian
gained their pre-war strength.

They pointed out it was impossible to give
: the exact total for - — country at a
carried almost every| given date because 0 e varying perio’
es Soodied as a statistical year in denomination-

the Episcopal Church follows
ar and its reports are as of
The Church of- Christ in
Japan reports as of March 31, and the Catho-
lic Church reports ‘as of June 30. eu

They also stressed that religious statistics
must be used with caution for comparative
purposes because they are based on varying
standards of computation.

Reports show that

For instance,
the calendar ye
December 31.

new em

Christ has launched a
evangelism
accelerated

that. is
growth
missionaries as

being given
ible distribution is
to result in an accelerated growth

tal church member-
the area should action not be im- p in Japan, these officials estimated, stood

i i 370,000 indicating that
denominations had re-

the total number of
churches for all denominations was 2,803 ana
the number of clergy, ordained and unor-
dained, was 6,129. During the 1
period covered by the various denomina-
tional reports some 37,477 persons were bap-
tized and the net gain to the Christian move-
ment is estimated to have been about 40,000.

The Catholic Church, which reported a
membership of 119,224 in 1940, said it had
130,388 adherents as of June 30, 1949.

2-month









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Jolin’s Vestry, interviewed His Excellency
the Governor in an attempt to solicit his
support in having the Labour Welfare
Fund administered.

The suggestion is being made that money
from the Welfare Fund should be spent in
providing playing-fields. No one denies
the benefit to be derived from playing-
fields or the right to proper recreation or
access to open spaces, especially when the
resultant benefit to health is considered.
But at the same time those who have
taken any, except a most superficial in-
terest in these matters will realise that
Barbados still boasts of an annual rainfall
of forty odd inches and there is an essen-
tial difference between a playing-field for
healthy recreation and a house in which to
shelter a body and to carry out those func-
tions consonant with the conventions of
society.

The public is yet to be told whether the
Labour Welfare Fund is being adminis-
tered by some government department or
whether there has been any committee or
board appointed to handle it or whether
it is being administered at all. That is the
justification for the approach to the Gov-
ernor by the gentlemen who visited Gov-
ernment House yesterday.

The question of the future price of sugar
is still to be settled between the British
Government and the West Indies but there

the event of the prorogat‘on of
the House. Mr. Crawford, in mov~-
ing that the amount be reduced
to $12,000, quite reasonably sug-
gested that the more money
that was available, 1
the expert or experts appoint-
ed would be likely to de- st
mand for their services, and him make Mr
the move was warmly seconded
by Mr. Garner. In the opinion of

eye

LONDON (By Mail).

Under a leaden London sky on
New Year’s day it is hard to
realize that a mere fortnight ago
one was still basking in the ra~-
diant sunshine of the West Indies.
I arrived home in England laden
with Christmas presents from the
Caribbean—rum, straw-ware, em-
broidery and all the fascinating
knick-knacks that tourists collect
in the West Indies. But my most
precious souvenirs were those
which took up no space at all m
my luggage — memories of blue
skies, exotic landscapes and
kindly, warm-hearted, lovable
| people. Before the New Year is
far advanced I want to send a
message of gratitude and appre-
ciation, with my best wishes for
1950, to the many good friends
and acquaintances I made :iuring
the crowded weeks of my concert
tour.

I can only hope that in the
recitals and broadcasts — nearly
forty of them—which I gave in
the Caribbean, something of last-
ing value may have been
achieved. I can only hope 80;
but with more assurance ! can
say that to me the experience
has been of inestimable value,

eee EC COLL ai, een

meadow where

umnist has been suffering from
trouble ever since.
business in the after tea period
was an impassioned speech from
Mr. Foster on the plight of the
the more victims of the September floods in
the parish of St. Andrew.
strongest speech that I have hear i

to fellow members to visit St.
Andrew and see for





FREDERICK FULLER

see a lovely fairy glade, a small
tranquil lake, a pleasant, green

dancing, and where at the call

Keith Walcott was of the opinion
that a man from the U.K. or
Canada would have been prefer-
able.

_ Taking up his duties for the
first time, newly appointed Mar-
shal of the House, Mr. Gordon
Brathwaite, did his job with dig-

Major

In the

Foster appealed
carrying the Mace, was a little

themselves on the slow side.

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ly 200,000 members in Japan proper in 1940,
now reports 201,321.

was founded in 1871 by
of the Eastern Orthodox Church tradition, |
however, appears to have lost support. | %
nity and poise, but his gait, when; Against 41,000 members in 1940, it now has| x

| 14349 adherents belonging to 167 churches. |

|the branches of that faith in the United

Protestantism, which claimed approximate-

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This church is now affiliated with one of :



FREDERICK FULLER REMEMBERS 2%: vsieo'a?et pasttwo yeas,"

Headquarters officials say this denomina- | ¥

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were (s)trained on him, and no-| #0 has received little outside assistance and | %

one was conscious of anything or
anybody else in the room.” The



poet hardly expresses it more
happily:
Till the listener feels the room|

no more
But only music there.
: There could be no better evi-
dence of the innate, fundamenial
urge to music of the West Indian
than the indigenous music-making
—the calypso singers of Trinidad
and the east, with their genius
for improvisation and their really
magnificent rhythmic sense; the
steel bands, which produce a
musical something out of nothing;

they dig or load the fruit-boats.

It is a refreshing and a salutary
experience for a musician coming
from the sophisticated. musical at-
mosphere of Europe to spend some
time in a region where—apart of
course from the orthodox music
made by trained musicians—the
mass of the people are still in-
venting their own music and even
the rude instruments on which to
perform it. Let us hope that the
West Indies, in their very natural
eagerness to follow the musical

the nymphs are

that internal problems have retarded re-
covery and reconstruction.

tending 245 churches.
ters of whom, 236 are Japanese.

(66.6

During the 1948—49 church year, there

were 18,854 baptisms in the Catholic Church
and a net increase in membership of 11,154. |
The church reported on June 30, 1949, it had
a membership of 130,388, ministered by 593
priests including 179 Japanese. ,

The largest Protestant denomination, the

Church of Christ in Japan, baptized 10,831
in a year’s period preceding March 31, 1949,
but the increase in membership was 13,737
which presumably indicates that Japanese |
evacuees and returnees from overseas are
re-entering the churches The total mem-

678 unordained clergy. There are 409
women clergy of whom 87 are ordained.

The second largest Protestant denomina-

tion is the Episcopal Church, which reported
as of December 31, 1948, 25,522 members at-

In addition to the Church of Christ in

Japan and the Episcopal Church there were
33 Protestant denominations carrying on
missionary work in the country by June 1949.
Some were recently established so the num-











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and open on

is no reason why this should delay the ad-

ministration of a fund which

accumulated a huge amount of money and
to which the 1948 allocation of £76,000 has
just been added. The gravamen of the
charge is emphasised and the condition of

musically as well as otherwise.
It will not be long, I feel sure,
before the musical world becomes
aware of the West Indies as a
region worthy of greater atten-
tion, with a musical individuality
of its own. There is a deep love
and understanding of music to
be found throughout the istands,

has already

things aggravated when it is realised that | perhaps most of all among the

nearly five months ago a tropical disturb-
ance wrought havoc and brought great dis-

people who have had little or no
training. At many of my concerts.
the eager look in the expressive
faces in front of me was most

of “come away”, these tiny fairy
bodies trip quickly to hide, and
peep out from behind the
bushes.” Another described the
dramatic ending of Schubert's
“Erl King”: “ .. . the pianist
stopped. and the singer was left
to bear the whole weight of the
end. Many seconds slipped by, the
audience sat silent, carried away
by the song, until the spell was
broken by a small child’s clap-
ping.” Over-flattering, I fear, but
se non e vero, e ben trovato. A

developments of Europe and the
Americas, will not neglect or
despise their own interesting and
valuable indigenous culture.

bership small.







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ber of their churches is few and their mem-

Besides there are 27 churches without
denominational affiliation. Statistics for
these various groups are incomplete, but it is
estimated that altogether they have some 691
ministers, 661 churches and 46,697 members.

—LN.S.

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OUR FRIENDS AND CUSTOME a
ASKED TO CO-OPERATE BY SHUMS

tress amongst others, to workers in the
sugar industry for whose benefit this fund
was created.

Meanwhile people continue to be badly
housed and it is little comfort to be offered
open playing-fields when many of them
still live in over-ventilated hovels, some of
which have to be patched with newspapers.
The pressing need is not for playing-fields
but for repairs to houses and in many cases
for the houses.



OUR READERS SAY:



The British Council Is Doing Invaluable Work In Barbados

To The Editor, The Advocate
SIR,—During recent

umns, both as co
amd as feature articles,
and overt criticism of the mo-
tives, policy and personnel of
the British Council. Seldom, how-
ever, have the critics attempted
to present any constructive
assessment of the valuable and
ent work which the Brit-
Council has accomplished
since the institution in Barbados.
It appears to me that the critics
are generally ignorant of the
extent of the Council's assistance
to many agencies of progress in
the island.

The members of the staffs and
the senior pupils of the Second-
ary Schools are definitely earn-
est in their praise of the Coun-
ceil which has provided invalu-
able educational aids during the

been

cultural

Sonal
erhood, are

ture on

past three years. Hundreds off main in
teachers and technicians,

specialists and laymen, workers

and leisured folks, have used the ler’s delightful
facilities offered by the British to music
Council—the lending library (now joyable
regrettably closed), the reading cil has assiste

Se

“Membership of the
British Commonwealth”
the minds of
heard this eminent historian. Jt
was a work of art. Frederick Ful-

lovers a unique and en4
expe lence
ad m

touching. Over and over again 1
had that gratifying and satisty-
ing artistic experience of finding
a song of quiet, restrained
emotion strike home where more
flamboyant ones failed to do so.
Then there were the spontaneous
comments of both trained and
untrained listeners. I have sel-
dom had such a sense of the
worthwhileness of singing as I
had after reading a number of
essays written by school children
about one of my recitals. One
child wrote of Purcell’s “Nymphs
and Shepherds”: “. . . one could

Industrial

rooms, the films, the gramaphones atic productions and its portable
and records. Lovers of Literature
ent months and the Fine Arts (representa-
there has appeared in your col- tive of the whole island commun-

ence ity) have expressed warm appre-
veiled ciation of the catholicity of tastd
in cultural attainmepts as dis-
played at “Wakefield”, With the
assistance of the Council local Council's contritution to Barba-
committees have sponsored lec-
ture courses in a variety of sub~
jects which cannot be said to have
influenced tly any desirq
to enforce British Culture upon
unwilling Barbadians,

Im addition to the routine work
of assisting local educational and
projects the
Council has brought to the island
lecturers and visitors whose per=
reputations, and
genuine interest in world broth- British Council
beyond vr
Professor Vincent

Stage has been used by many
local groups. Its interest in Drama
has not been sufficiently realised
because there is little local
organisations in this field.

Any recital of the British
dian progress would be incomplete
without some reference to the
number of Barbadians who have
been granted scholarships which
have enabled them to qualify for
special posts, thereby increasing
their efficiency as citizens. The
Public Library, Harrison College,
Lodge School, Combermere School,
Erdiston Training College, The
Department of Education, have
all been improved by the training
of personnel through funds of the

British

whose

question.
Harlow's lec-



Criticism has ofte
levelled against the Cox
effect that its officers attempt to
“advertise” Britain. Critics should
realise that the British taxpavers
provide the funds of the Council,

i been

will re=
all who

singing brought

turns from their money Th

c
advertisement of Britai

The

any local dram~« Council, seen

Coun-

third child wrote “. .. All eyes

What’s on Today

Arts and Crafts Exhibition,
Queen’s Park 10,00 a.m.

Meeting, Legislative Council
at 2.00 p.m.
Mobile Cinema, Government

Philip at 7.30 p.m,



cil in the ¢

and they are entitled to some re-. y

Schools, St.



London Express Service,







trated on turning good friends of
Britain into better friends—a
function, the example of which
may be followed with advantage
by any peopl-. Incidentally, the
work of the British Council in the
West Indies has helped to remove
Some ignorance of this area which
for too long has existed in Britain,
Surely more can be done—by both
sides, so that by friendship and

co-operation general progress may
be achieved. ne

or floods.”

a further shortage.

WEST INDIAN.
Difficulties
To The Editor, The Advocate
SIR,—In reply to a letter ap-
pearing in Sunday’s issue of your

paper signed “A St
Resident,’

deliveries and I
James
one paragraph reads:— Manner, neither is

for the |

ias



are the party

ay, and the

usery &@





West Commanders Protest

letter of protest to the Russian authorities
against the recent traffic holdup at Marien-

| berg it was reported b: ;
lon Thu Ay por y Reuter from Berlin

the gangs of Jamaican worker as . :

ht side ‘thebr Gira aeenaies a.| bership is 129,102, with 1,339 ordained and
i
'
1

|G
| mandant in Berlin, accused the Russians of

| “thwarting the intentions of the Forei i
P orei -
‘isters as expressed in Paris”. “ee

later.

care of any emergency other than
earthquakes and devastating fires

I would like to print out that
during the war and after, equip-
ment of this kind was in. shert
supply, and only a few cays I
read in the paper where there is

I understand some time ago Mr.
Smith had to go to England to
urge the delivery of the very
equipment which is now damaged.
I am not defending Mr. Smith or
the Electric Company, but as an
importer of certain equipment I
know how difficult it is to get
don't think Mr
Smith should be criticised in this

he responsible

The three, Western commandants sent a

The letter, which was addressed to Major-
eneral Alexander Kotikov, Soviet Coan.

The text of the letter will be released|



Not Much Hope

To The Editar, The Advocate,

SIR,—Your article in the “Ad-
vocate” of the 25th inst. on Road
Safety recalls a warning that is
stressed in some countries but is
not generally put into practice in
Barbados viz., the necessity for a
car travelling in the opposite di-
rection to a bus, which has stopped
to put down passengers, to slow
down and proceed with the ut-
most care.

May I quote an example, a not
unlikely happening; a Stationary
bus stops opposite the house of a
child passenger, who, in spite of
all previous warning it has re-
ceived, runs impulsively behind
the bus across the road in the ex-
citement of getting home. I have
seen it happen many times. A
ar ming from the opposite di-



3 is causing

facture



el rection p the bus without |
SPRINGER slowing dov at perhaps thirty |
or more per hour There |
is nuch hope for that child
St €
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CARROTS, per lb. — 20c.
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; / . of Rae's
meer anid her our of at tn all the exhibition ‘sgiieiael Worst In Years thowsands, ¢ eee te 7 CHRIST CHURCH oe te 17. Then came the a

MEADOR: mr Oh EY: Btn ie oe ‘ease wena &, Stand o e innings between

yellow pullover and slack — is re ay ge tM MOST of the Captains of | Housing Board. : . id th The loss of seven boards and/ Bartlett and C. F, Browne, a ¢é

very pleasing. ata foals ti $100 and pri x range} iMtercolonial craft arriving at|_ Mr. C. A. Braithwaite: sald : 4 three sheets of galvanize was re- partnership which yielded 114

% BR. Broogh i ae 97.80 The ~ ithe ae Barbados during this month, said} Government had certainly tq | Ported by Valda Chase of St. runs, Bartlett’s innings of 61 was

4 of ‘the 9 gia cect: manne! ae aaah anil Wier Ped that this month’s weather was the emt Se bai bee thes tea edn ee The axiielee weap Lt Gelighttul. arene susvined him

res res é C Sa ay b= va - hs i i iain ; ’ fF rom e residence o: eien | however, and was §&
of this year’s exhibition is the ruary 4th and is open from 10) Worst they have experienced in no assistance. ; nl 8 coed Ma

Pens—are perhaps the most at-



emergence of Broodhagen as a

ay Stay Wednesday.
landscape and portrait painter.| on Sundays), Penang ae ot eee government. He thought they A Fire of unknown origin broke
He is perhaps at his happiest arrived here on Wednesday even-| Should be castigated. out at Fair View Tenantry at} ,, ’ “ T VE
in his portraits—as would be eee ing, said—“it was the worst I have = Me ar penne, sare aoe 2.08 ra 5a Sorry | can’t see you!
natural in a Sculptor—and his a t si has ili jg | Teherred to a aa an estroy oles Of Hits :
portrait entitled “Darkie” is an More Young Women ns beni have been sailing this September 23, saying that on}ecrop ripe canes belonging to

interesting and weil #4
Study. The modelling and
colouring of the features are

Another of

particularly good,
this portrait studies

4 entitled When etween Trinidad and ’ sh : i
"The Village Game” shows a REIRHG: 18 Starung Up again, as Grenada, squall after squall aA eeies cree cre nk ae SS
; BFoup of card players (or| Meter batch is io Pe Sent tO} struck the ship. The jib was blown in order to ensure that there was ST. THOMAS Don’t be sorry —
Samblers!) under a tree, A Sogiannh Ch ee) WO HOCIRL) ay and the captain made for]a uniform assessment, Be safe using Amolin. «
Pleasing landscape is entitled masere OMickr wold the “AAVOn)Gieiada, Pie days were spent at} Mr. R. A. McKenzie recalled] The Police are making investi- ne : :
Old Boiling House Hampton.” cate” yesteraay. : js | Grenada during which time re-| that in assessing, they had been | gations following a report made by | Prevents perspiration odors Aimolin
Felah de Kuh — Mrs. de| Fifteen will be going up this pairs to the jib were effected. advised to follow the standard the | Miriam Butcher . of Hopewell, | 4 poes not harm clothes abr oe
Kuh’s work needs no introduc-| time, bringing the number to Captain Lindo set sail for Barbados] Government was using at the} which stated that at about 1.00} 4 pees not irritate skin a
tion. She has been resident in} “rly-ihree, the amount asked Ol/again but the weather did not] Pine and put down $100.00 for} a.m. yesterday, while she was in .
Barbados for a considerable Barbados as part of a _ pilo. improve any. The “Rhoda L,”}each claimant. They had done bed, her house was set on fire. A mol 7 a |
and is well knovwn as an| Scheme. ..|encountered squalls from Monday | that. ro
artist and teacher. This year} All applicants must return their night until Tuesday morning. Al-|. Now the Government was try- ST. PETER REAM DEOO GRANT

she exhibits two drawings of
the Public Buildings as well as
4 still life,

Betty Jones — Daughter
and Mrs, ¢, &, Shepherd of
Colleton, is a pupil of Mrs. de
and an apt one to judge by
pencil study of the Pavilion
at Hastings,
tr Jordan — An interesting
Rew comer from Speightstown,
| Whose work shows more than
Average promise,

of Mr.

Ivan Payne id sending any selectee into the s . | doi A Fire of unknown origin at | of » oe 1 AGENTS.
‘ave to look to his laurels! Raglinh “winter, "aud the officer,| | THE designs for the new defini- nothing on they Knew | road View at about 12.45 p.m. on DAR OUEY, iti.
we — Another new- but this did not in any way affect| tive issue of Barbados stamps! “¥He also quoted Dr, Cummins ac Wecnescay ee a = aoe
Gon, 2, {he exhibition is the application as they were being|have been approved by His saying that of the 550 odd claime| 0! 4" acre of third crop :

Tment Architect and Town
{ning Officer with a portrait
Â¥Y Of his wife.

Heen Hamilton — Another artist
and teacher whose work is well
wn. This year she has only

ting exhibited — a and thirty. colours and designs of the stamps ns at the meeting were: Mr. H. A. | working at Andrew’s Factory. He ¥ Ou ever SAW si attaaile
'Study—she has also in the new. issue:-— an ae a aoe nite: a Uae treafed by Dr. Johnson,
ples of her excellent pottery, 1 cent—Grey—Dover Fort c _H. A, Melville | P-M.O., of the parish,

the late 7, * wl the « S
ose, onn an
broti ‘p nne a

Cureton of Neville Connell the Sat Down 3 cents—Brown/Green— mule, Sater bee weet sae a ee DRESS BUTTONS in the most
Museum of the Barbados _ | Buildings : : Injured Car morning. exquisite shades, designs and
Grovesnor Saco ested at the) aramc was held up for a while) 4 cents — Carmine—Nelson’s| . It was found entangled in some
Most ptr, senOol of Art. His on Roebuck Street yesterday} Statue Occupants Improving vines in a cane field by Timothy Styles suitable for any kind of
attractive exhibits are : Small, +
sti cae of Long Bay and a] .yddenl y sat down on_ its (Fishing) Patrick who were involved in the} It was stated in the Round-Up costume any time of day or night.
il te Flamboyants in a haunches. Drivers sounded their 3 cents — Blue/Purple/Brown| accident on Monday at the june- yesterday that Ashton Blackman of
Usual me latter has an un- horns but to no avail. ~Inter-Colonial Schooner | tion of Stoke Hole and My Lord’s| Roman C.C. captured 55 wickets
wal frame with a* strip of

Mirror surroy

, nding it. and it was finally unharnessed| are still at the General Hospital, have read: Blackman capturéd 55 SOUVENIR BILLFOLDS
Weta” > Miss Arne, Social] and four men lifted the animal 24 cents—Red/Black—Old Main| the “Advocate” learnt yesterday.) wickets and scored 300 runs,
inti. ouicer, shows four] out of the path of the waiting} 3.o7d Garrison 22a
one: Of the four the most} traffic. 48 cents—Violet—The Cathéaral ee made of real leather with map of
‘ ul are a sea picture en- eee eee } : ts — Green/Claret —
ti 9 . OF ” + 60 cents ' es
oe 1B: 25. 17 N — Lai Miss Joan Kysh of the Publicity Com- | Careenage Barbados engraved on the back.
rw." a really well con-| mittee yesterday corrected a stater $1.20 — Red/Olive — Wireless
ceived . "egg t day's |
Dosit; bicture both in com- é ae Masts !
Terre 24 colour and her “La! Ne** f taxi $2.40 — Black — Arms of the| The most nutritious Food that can be

rriciere”—a study of




: f COSTS bt old One of Purina’s best, and obtainabli: at - - - CAVE SHEPHERD & Co. Ltd.
Tison Colle; ne undryman of Eckstein Village| :
sat This fo ected a statement} yesterday fined 15/- in ij H. JASON JONES & CO., LTD. | 40, 11, 12 & 13 Broad Street
tures of yw} " ’ or in refault one month’s '
B82 Hoad mprisonment for using indecent
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Peter and has three other

pictures on show.

am, to 6 p.m. on week-days not



For England
THE recruiting o1 young women
for qomesuc work in Nospitais ii

forms to the office of the Sociai
Welfare Officer, suitably filled in,
not later than February 10, said
the officer,

Over Six Hundred

She stated that since the re-
cruiting started, over six hundred
persons have applied. Of the
eighteen already sent to England,
reports from all concerned have
been good. Recruiting had been
stopped in the Autumn so as to

received all along.

Now that recruiting is starting
again, she advised that applicants
should send in their forms at
once. The age of applicants she
stressed, must be between eighteen

The Donkey

when a donkey pulling a cart

The donkey refused to get up










years.

The “Rhoda L.,” left Trinidad
for Barbados on Sunday, January
15, with 260 drums of gasoline
and one case of paint.

though the ship is equipped with
an auxiliary engine, the skipper
could not keep it from running
back, “The engine was of no use
in that weather,” he said.

The ship took about five days to
get from Grenada to Barbados.

NEW STAMPS
APPROVED



Majesty the King, and it is ex-
pected that the stamps will be
jissued in April or May. The
stamps have been designed and
will be printed by Messrs, Brad-
bury, Wilkinson and Co. Ltd. The
following are the denominations,

2 cents—Green — Sugar Cane
Breeding

6 cents — Blue — Casting Net

12 cents—Blue/Sepia — Flying)

Colony.

INDECENT LANGUAGE |







feet hi
possessed, and whose loss ran into | “°° high,

One would have \Howard of the same address on

expected better of the present

examination of returns already Keturah Clarke. The blaze ex-
received different standards of tended to an adjoining field and
estimates had been used in one} burnt 150 holes of first crop ripe
or two cases. The Government | canes belonging to Vincent

had therefore decided that an Phillips, None of the damage was





ing to make the Committee look
like little boys in the eyes of the
public.

McDonald Lucas fell from a
truck at about 9.00 p.m. on Wed-

Quoting from the Official Gaz- | "esday while on Mullins Road and
ette, Mr. McKenzie referred to a | Struck his head. He is now detain-
speech made by Mr. M. E, Cox} 4 at the General Hospital.
when Mr. Allder moved the ad-], It is understood that Lucas and
journment of the House to dis- | Wo other men were on the plat-
cuss the plight of flood sufferers} f0rm of the motor lorry S-232,
in St. John., Mr, Cox he said,|@tiven by Kenneth Broome of
had claimed that the Leader of | Queen Street. Lucas was holding
the House and the members of }2 COW. The lorry skidded wae |
the Executive were being accused | $0iN€ around a bend and Lucas
from the floor of the House far | fell.

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thet. 8 foal teen ound nea same address. The ratoons were
not at all been in the flood area. | "°t insured. —

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areas at all, Mr. McKenzie asked.
Ruthwen Walker of Venture, St.

The Resolution was ther draft-
ed and passed John, injured his left hand while

Small Pig, belonging to
Dorian Taylor of Parris V: ,

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Mr. C. W. Cum Deshetch. Bae. |
Kenzie.
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Raise Storm PARISH | Bagpipe Music PROPERT’S
Over Aid For ROUND-UP | *t Rocks To-night | ‘'
4 ‘
. ~ * When the Police Band render | SHOE CREAM
V ; ST. MI their programme at the Hasting’s
| Floed ictims } MICHAEL | Rocks tonight, the guest artist will '
| By mid-day yesterday many be Mr. Rossiter who will play a
THE Hurricane Relief Commit- | City Stores were closed. This is | few Scottish airs on his bagpipe. |
; {tee of St. Michael raised a storm | an unusual sight, especially in Mr. Rossiter who'is living here * ti
of protest yesterday’ as they dis-| Broad Street where the weekly | at present will play in memory of | i
itussed at the Vestry room what | half holiday is given on Saturdays. | his countryman Robert Burns the | | lish
they called a tack down by Gov-| These stores will now be open- | great Scottish Poet, who was born ; ciean S, po ts es
ernment in the policy of granting | ed durihg the whole day on Satur- | on January 25, 1859 and cied on/ :
relief to flood victims. day to meet the tourists that will | July 21, 1896. g i and preserves
| Principal cause of the protest | = ne ee the “Mauretania”. hate ee starts at f o'clock a raf ‘ . 7 ;
was the offer by Government to | Owing to this, a few more Ameri- | }* fp" MARCHES he r articies
the Vestry of $449.50 to cover ten | ¢an dollars will be circulated in (1) Seots Guard | all leat r icl
cases, The Committee said the | the City, — ot ae eet Wr" acheennal :
offer was an insult to the work | _ Six Indian Stores closed yester- | 9 ON: Il. Trovatore, } *
they had performed. day but in this case these Stores orem —_
Government said the $449.50 | Were specially closed in honour of | 2. SELECTION: The prin ths B ces ro!
was not intended to cover all} the Indian Republic Day. in| $ QVERTURE: Tancredi, “G. Ross": |
claims, as they had not yet de- Yesterday was Republic Day in| 5: v. ; ‘The Choristers, B. Phelps
sided on the method of ‘settling | 2dia as that country changed its| 6. FANTASEA: Guna pee
certain claims. Status from that of a Dominion to 7. TWO_BALLADS:"|"Y) Brwood
At the end of the meeting they a Republic. 5 : (In an Old-Fashioned Town, | \SSSSSSSSSSSSSesesseseeseeossoesessoosesseese
passed the following Resolu-| Mr. D. A. Thani told the “Ad-| 9°?” “® Ol" Fashio Ww ae
or, vocate” that in India the celebra- (ajo wee iiaascsi hace ie: S
8 “Be it resolved that the Hurri- | ‘ions will last for two days but | + vcrerss Be Tohr | ® ; ,
s, cane Relief Committee assembled | ?Wins to the small Indian popu-| 3. sptmcTiON: Bing Crosby et 8 --BROAD ST. ,
; é : at the Vestry room this 26th day ate in this island they are not Seniuer Deets ene ;
7 jot January, 1950, regret the fact | CClebrating. He said’ that the GOD SAVE THE KING
p CHILDREN meen’ whihered: ¢ aia : ; (that tHe unfortunate ople of large Indian community in Trini- Conductor; Capt. C. E. RAISON, .
‘ SCHOOL CHILD are s gathered around the paintings and drawings done by the Juvenile lot Michael pe | dad will also be keeping up the Director of Music
: Section of the Arts and Crafts Exhibition, which is open daily from 10 a.m. to € p.m. at the Queen’s | ineaes then does pena te day. He pointed out that this was| © p
Park house} owe | trict are yet without any ex gratia} °° of the biggest days in the his~ y g
; E hibiti N | I a les) grant-in-aid to oauiat ie the re- tory of India. The £ At The YMCA’ .
>, 4 i 1 101 , i placement of necessary household Most of the Indian Stores around ’ }
ear y Make Ready For articles, lost during the period of | the City had hoisted a tri-colour cuaaiaiee : a ie og yates Ney .
66 * 85 the flood which occurred August | flag with a wheeled Asoka in the Tal aes re “The LADIES’ Red, Tan and Navy Fancy Shoes, White
ll B b _ye Maur étania | 31-September 1, due to the appar- a6 9 fone =e
i i " th ee
ar a jan | THE TOURISTS’ Publicity ~~ Seber te tetera insta” oF tein — tavaie cause and effect on the economy Sandals and Court Styles
° ° i ee - a all set Ba the policy of relief as announced.” | Tepresents “Peace”, e the eat a9 = Rechenes
; Me visit of the tourist ship, , A Branch of the n particular.” this subject is . s ‘
Outside Artists Missed “Mauretania” expected tomorrow, Estimates Knitting Mills, ee ns goes of vital importance to all of us, GENTS AND CHILDRENS SHOES—in a Variety of
A ee | Miss Joan Kysh, of that Committee erected in a portion of Mr, U, J,| Members are urged to attend in
The visitor to this year’s exhibition of the Arts and Crafts told the “Advocate” yestertlay. | Mr. H. A. Tudor, Churchwarden | Parravicino’s building in Cole-| 800d numbers and join in the Styles and a Fair Range of Sizes
fi Society will immediately be struck by the fact that pr The committee is preparing ‘0 jof the parish said that according | ridge Street, is nearing comple- discussion. Don’t let the failure
ieall y ll the exhibits come fr Barbadi Sea _PFaC=| give the usual aid to tourists in | to a request from the Acting | tion. of the Electric Current keep you
tica va om Barbadians or residents | changing small sums of money,/Governor he had submitted an The Mill has 12 knitting ma-| away as other lighting facilities ’
in Barbados. - Be Lr i and they have got in a good |estimate for $69,570.95, | chines already installed and an- | are available. & ALL TO BE CLEARED
» Unlike last year, there are me, i. ~~ || Supply of stamps, postcards, foiders!_ The Committee had submitted other awaiting to be unpacked. Dy ¥
exhibits from British Guiana, | A |}and booklets, and a supply of |555 claims under three divistons— | Each machine carries approxi- Ny
Trinidad and Antigua. In fact Since the Arts and Crafts | literature for free distribution. A, B and C setting out the various | mately 1,300 needles, _ The ma- 25 Years Ago x © .
the only exhibitor from outside | Exhibition opened at | sums required under each head. chines work automatically and «& REGARDLESS OF COsT
Barbados is P. K. Agar ot| Queen’s Park on Monday 2 A . |He had handed them to the Act- stop the same way if anything| (Barbados Advocate, January 27, $
Dominica who has sent in several | evening over 1,000 school | Driver Says Taxi ing Governor on September 26. —, wrong, — 5 : 1925) &
paintings. This year’s exhibition | children from various parts | After handing in those claims bat tea ee ee cloth i be Feat 8
is a Barbadia ne | i 7e | : /he had received a communication | bleached an en it will pass Ee .a a eel . â„¢
' ieee tian West Indian. The | ae See = ag Far es Too Low | from the Financial Secretary, Mr. ne = drying machine, 35 feet} Barbados Declares First Innings % Tie Goode weiaas offering. are. not shop
% : : * f - a a ng, § : ‘ 2 a es : ‘
reason for the as - eee the children, reached a very || A TAXI-CAR DRIVER told the Srarclive Crostiias tae This machine ‘Will be’ asemted The see filaeht arene Bar i soiled or-old stock—they..are merely
work is, it is understood, the fact high standard, especially “Advocate’ yesterday that he|® ave , + trey Peete - s a Aph ar} ¢@ “Oa
; that there was uncertainty over | the work done by nee does not ae of can local taxi | that Government’s er ore mug Sewing Elittieeat ‘neue a oe Soman: types and styles we have decided to
‘the opening date of the Exhibi- || / ernment Industrial Schools || driver who overcharges for rides. ie lg og eae beyond! actual | oi on the second floor. it is on y cnet wlalees "The eee 8 di ti
tion. It has been difficult to plan | which includes shoes, ham- He had been referring to a sug- |! er nde not heard what nas | ‘tis floor that the various gar-| during the early hours of thel® iscontinue,
the Exhibition this year owing to meen paper flowers _and 8estion made that some do over- happened to $i “Advocate ; ents will be made and packed morning was threatening Sir) tna x
; Z Me wien, ce Gunter peg lor mbaiten: oie cola that drivers should not Fund”, Mr. Tudor said. “I have | fr distribution. clouds were broken up by strong x
, e , a : od ; # ck Vers § ad sever: stions by people , north-east breezes and a delight-| ¢ YB ,AINS ’ ; 4
wie House using it as temporary class- om ae aso. sent at Tey the || be expected to stick to schedules paste en ioe henpened with During next week it is expected fully pr dap wea the cenit. ’ % THE BARGAINS INCLUDE GENTS SHOES REDUC
Poom accommodation. St. John the Baptist Boys’ || governing taxi fares as those! that fund, and I could give | that the Mill will start on a small Barbados resumed their first |
"Be that 2s it may, the absence and the St. Elizabeth Boys | Schedules were drawn up since | them no reply. scale. This will mean more! innings with the score at 31 for x ED FROM ........ $13.50 to ... $8.00
"of outside exhibits is to be re- vespectively,. | | 1985. “Those aie pre-war,” he “On December 20 I received’ e geroest for a aiciee one wicket (P. H. Tarilton), The % ‘
gretted as both the exhibitor and, Mid cada ce \ said. lletter from the Financial Secre- ny Stores may be affec not out batsmen E. L. G. Hoad|/® ay apni pes
1 ihe visitor lose the stimulating| Giataice is devotea en- He said that in those days, | tary, saying that the amount of | the electricity cuts, but one store| 15 and G. Francis 6, took the 8 AND LADIES SHOES FROM $5.50..... to.... $3.00
and corrective experience of com-| “eum whi bie Samy by gasoline was sold at 32c. per | $449.50 had been made available oe A * shee is Mr! score to 111 before a separation |
BH Pwxing local work with that of|| ct bicteans 7 aoe gallon, motor accessories were jto me to’ pay ten people who | gfck As This phen Store in Swan | ‘took place, Francis was the first! Of course there are many other lines all reduced on
b other painters in the West Indies. as wait ee wae beds ant much cheaper than they are now ; claimed to be in the stricken ares with wae lights ‘Similee senpees to go after contributing a well My
Would it be too much to sug- Majolica work man and the cost of living low. Now, |I thought it best to have nothing | that are sean on. the vaadin. ©) played 47 the addition to his x eo
gest to the organisers of the} | " bs ; gasoline is sold at 50c. per|to do with that amount of money, Mr. Ashby said that these li hts} OVernight score being 41. Ince y the same generous scale—Why not visit us to-day and
present exhibition that a further| |— porstnietin eaten tre. f: gallon, motor car accessories are | because I thought ae “ ee were installed by his father — took his place and the partner- x p
ibition should be arranged at! fy; Oe a cD about 200% above pre-war cost |to a body of men who sat aroun i : : ;| Bhip between himself and Hoad]& hos
men date Simmccnept eines in Payne — Who last year at-| and the cost of living is up in |this table and assessed the dam-~- a — wien Se ene wae yielded 13 runs. Ince was dis-|% make your Choice,
a later : tracted _ Considerable attention the air. ages. re is Gade re rt ae ¢| Missed by Nunes, Holt taking the %
Sidelights with his picture of Speights-| the taxi driver who was| “Secondly, I would not Know | these lights are inst Ned i te es| catch, after luncheon, Kidney | %
town Market has r e@ ; : . ” & nsta n houses : %
Here’ are a few sidelights on aie uma Tae See involved in the fare incident with |how to start to distribute it. at St. Lawrence. They are ignited | one poet, ou the —— a %
some of the exhibitors and their Sree are studies of! the tourists to which reference had Be in the “Old Lamp-lighter” fashion. | lowed Ince six runs later, Rae 8
paintings: breadfruit trees—one in colour! heen made in the “Advocate” some Hard Blow At about 4.30 p.m. on Wednes-| getting him l.b.w. for 56. He like ; ; HARDWARE DEPT,
Golde White — President of the and one in monochrome. These days ago, would not give further | Tua jd) dot! thie. ontiod day the motor van M-467, owned Francis also added 41 runs to his HARRISON S Dial 2364.
Arts and Crafts Society, daugh-| 2"€ attractive works. His other! information. He calmly said “the ,Mr. Tudor sai Mpa by Messrs. Ince & Co., Ltd., Roe- | Overnight score. Archer filled the
os two pictures are hts-! : of the Government was a very ; vacancy. Kidney’ dtumtuna’
‘ ter of the late Sir Charles pictures are of Speig ts people who have done it are gone hard blow to the people. They buck Street, and driven by Cole- n y ey’s dismissal,
Clarke, studied in London, this ree Government House! and they are the people whom 1 vale every day to his office ask- cee ee = Pao rag A al trfoution “bee ake te 9BS99S999996009 9590689999 iG
year is represented by ten paint- itn. Anmetiete ik. ds dataiie would like to talk to,” ing about assistance. He said he damaged a house belonging to was now 150 for six wickets and
b te oe oe ee ot "em Queen’s College, exhibits an at- would meee: on bd — Charles Hamblin. It is understood | Bartlett joined Archer, This was
gaps — Gun all and Mule] fmctive Stuy of Colleton Si. January Weather [Sie 2,"tnces ot rake oad | St aehant gemeed | Rarelt Joined Arche. "This was



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IN. MEMORIAM



In loving memory of our dear beloved
: (CENT EUD

MILLI: ENE MORRIS
departed this life on the 27th
ry 1948.

“lov and care would death prevent
Jove on earth would still be spent

God took her home, it was his will

our hearts she liveth still
be remembered by

smeitina Morris (mother), Robert E

h (Father), The Morris’ ana Smith's
jee 27.1.50—1n.

FOR SALE
OTIVE
RS—Two (2) Morris 8 h.p. cars

els. One (1) Vauxhall 1947.
rower Garage, St. Matthias Gap
21.1.50—6n

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Phone 4476, ‘92s
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— Worthing fully furnished

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and several items of interest. Terms

D'ARCY A. SCOTT,
Govt. Auctioneer,
Dist. “A”
27.1.50—3n

By instructions from the Govt
Executive Committee

10,
UNDER THE SILVER HAMMER

ON Tuesday 31st by order of Miss Ivy
Whitehead we will sell her Furniture ai

her Home. corner of te a
Cha , White park ana

which includes
Small Dining Table, Sideboard, Rockers,
Tub & Folding Couch, Ornament
Tables all in yy: Bentwood
Chairs, Pine Waggon, Deal Tables, Car-

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LEETON:
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Street, Phone 4644.

20, Broad
22.1.50—6n.
ees
‘THE BANYANS” — With the land
thereto, containing 4 Acres
Bay Street,

Perches, situate at Upper
Ideally suitable for de-
Estate

known and
at Maxwell,
Lima & Co.,

hall Michael. e
velopment as a Building .

Inspection any day except Sundays
between the hours of 9.30 a.m. and 11.30
a.m, and 4 p.m. and 6 p.m. on appli-
cation Mr. epnle Gittens on the
771.

Fe, F particul ; and Conditions

of Sale, apply to undersigned :—
COTTLE, CATFORD & CO.,
20,1.50—13n.

FOR SALE OR RENT—Farley Hill,
St. Peter. Old Plantation rola with

ing residential club. For details,
Apply to Bradshaw & Compe: ae
+4 0.—tin,

THE undersigned will offer for Sale at
their Office in James Street, Bridgetown,
aA xiang the 27th day of January 1950,
al p.m,

The Dwelling House called “BEULAH”
and the land thereto belonging containing
5427 square feet, situate at Hastings.
Christ Church.

The Dwelling House comprises Closed
Gallery, Drawing and $
B » Dressing Room, Bath
and Kitchen with Electric, Water, Gas
and Telephone installed, Servant’s Room
and Servant’s Toilet,

Inspection any day between the hours
of 8 a.m. and 4 p.m, on application on
the premises,







Contact ...



ee
WANTED

| HEI





IMPORTANT

For Your Daily and Evening
ADVOCATE NEWSPAPER in
Church Village District,

GEORGE QUINTYNE,
CHURCH VILLAGE,

ST. PHILIP

'°$99$99599990969999 9S GOSS OG SO 999999 FO GOS

ENGAGEMENTS
Typing and Shorthan
Saturdays 1 p.m.

made for private
@, afternoons 4 p.m
Miss P. R. Rogers,



Aviemore, Brittons Cross Road. Phone
2053 between 9.30 am. and 3.30 p.m
<4 50—én
a ee es aie ettne lca capensis
CLERK—Junior Clerk (Male) for our
Office. Salary depending on qualifica-
tions. Apply in person with written ap-
Plication ond Testimonials to the Secre-
tary Knight's Lid,
25.1.50—t.f.n

JUNIOR CLERK—Excellent opportuni! y

13.1.50—t.t.n. | fF rapid promotion for capable your,

men. Apply by
Bradshaw & Com

TAILORS—First class
can apply to P| C. §
scorers in Tailoring.

letter and in persen
pany. 26.1. 50—))

jacket hands

- Maffei, Ltd. Top

26.1.50—1u

SA — An Experienced Sales-

man iy Provision Dept. Apply’ by let-
er and in person. Smith & At Hl Lt
Roebuck Street. ema?

27.1.50—3n
—————
PERSONAL

responsible for her or anyone else con-
trecting any debt or debts in my nam
unless by a written order signed by me
Sed. LLOYD CHRISTOPHER MAYERS
Church View. “
St. John,

26.1.50—2n
—_——————
BUSINESS NOTICE
THIS SERVES to notify the Customer
of MacDonald Sealy that the Grocery
Department has been closed.
Further notice will appear later.
McDONALD SEALY,
M. EB. R, BOURNE
Proprietor

27.1.50—2n

LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE

The application of Harold Arthur Cave
of Welchman Hall, St. Thoms, for per-
mission to sel] Spirits, Malt Liquors, &c.
at a board and shingle shop attached to

residence situate at Welchman Hall
St. Thomas.

Dated this 23rd day of January 1950.
To J. R. EDWARDS, +9

Police Magistrate, Dist. “'D.”
Signed HAROLD CAVE,:
Applicant.
N.B.—This application will be con-
sidered at a Licensing Court to be helc
at Police Court, District “D", on Monday
the 6th day of February 1950, ai 11

o'clock, a.m,
J. R. ERWARDS,
Police Magistrate, Dist. “D",
27.1,50—in

LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE

The application of James Alber

yers of Farmers, - Thomas, for
Permission to sell Spirits, Malt Liquors,
&e., at ground floor of a two storey wall
building situated at Farmers, St. Thomas.

Dated this 25th day of January 1950.
To J. R. EDWARDS, Esq.,

Police Magistrate, Dist. aa

Signed JAMES ALBERT MAYERS,

Applicant.
_N.B.—This application will be con-
sidered at a Licensing Court to be held
at Police Court, District “D", on Wednes.
day, the 8th day of February 1950, at
li o'clock, a.m.

J. R. ERWARDS,
Police Magistrate, Dist. “Dp”,
27.1,50—1n,

—————————
Public Sales-Conid.





REAL ESTATE
ee |

“THE WOLD,” 4th Avenue, Marine
Gardens, with about 10,000 square feet
of land will be offered’ for Sale at the
office of the undersigned on Thursday,
the 2nd day of February, 1950 at 2 p.m.

THE BARBADOS ADVOCATE
\



Return To

Free Trading
In Cocoa Urged

(Frem our London Correspondent)
LONDON, (By Mail).
Restoration

to private
lof cocoa, tea and grain has been

mittee on Estimates in a report
to the House of Commons on the
activities of the Food Ministry.
The Committee—which is repre-
sentative of the main political
parties -- has reached the con-
clusion that the buying, ware-
housing. and distribution of cocoa
should be transferred to the trade,
“subject to any import or other



sary.” a ‘

The Select Committee” pointe
out that the Ministry of Food has
set up an Advisory Panel of three
exper’ buyers from the cocoa
trade, but keeps this panel com-
pletely in the dark about either
the prices paid for cocoa or the
stocks of raw cocoa held in
| Britain. So the panel—not being
presen» at the negotiations — is
unable fully to advise on purchas-
ing.

Relaxation of this restriciton on
the panel, the Committee believes
would allow its experts to give
more useful advice.

Commenting on the Select Com-
mittee’s report,
“Times” says:
(the Food Minister) claims, the
world ‘ood crisis has been over-
come, there can be no excuse for
delaying the return to normal
trading methods.”

300 Homeless
In S. Italy

ROME, Jan. 26.

Gales with hail and snow swept
southern Italy today, while a wave
of bitter cold gripped the north.

Hundreds of millions of lire
worth of damage has been caused
along the coasts of the “toe” of
Italy and the island of Sicily
where winds whipped the sea up
over the shoreline adding to the
damage already done by the
violent rainstorms,

Two hundred families were re-
ported homeless today in the little
port of Riposto (Eastern Sicily,
where houses were flooded by the
sea.

Emergency relief supplies were
being rushed to Catanzaro on the
Italian mainland where another
300 families were driver out of
their wrecked homes on Tuesday
night by a cloudburst.

Snow today covered most of
northern Italy, blocking many
mountain roads and_ railways.

Farmers were trying to protect
their
cold which has continued now
for four days.—Reuter.



This freehold dwellinghouse contains
gallery, 2 public rooms, kitchen and
pantry on ground floor and 3 bedrooms,

th etc, on first floor,

Electric, gas and water services,

The house has recently been renovated
bec decorated and is in excellent condi-
tion.

Inspection by appointment with Mrs,
H. S. Bynoe. Dial 8310,

Further particulars and conditions of
Sale apply to ...

COTTLE, CATFORD & CO.,

. Solicitors,

21.1,50.—11n.

BUILDING SITES—One acre building
land at Maxwells, Christ Church,
3% acres building land at Wildey “Y”

y J. E. Webster, Wildey, St.
Michael. Dial 2856, 25.1,50—t.f.n.



“MELROSE” — COLLYMORE ROCK,
standing on 12,800 square feet of land,
The house cantains, Drawing, Dining
Room closed and open Verandahs, four
bedrooms, one with running water and
the usual offices. Kitchen and Pantry
with built in Cupboards. Also a Ue-
tached room with built in cupboards
suitable for a Doctor's consulting room,
Laundry room with built in Tub and
running water. Two servants rooms with
W.C. and Shower Bath. Two Garages,
Electric Light throughaqut.

Inspection Monday to Saturday by
appointment, Telephone No: 3738.

The above residence will be offered
for sale at public competition at the
vifice of the undersigned on Friday 10th
February 1950 at 2 p.m.

CARRINGTON & SEALY. .. ..
25.1.50—9n.

nn
WEST INDIA BISCUIT COMPANY
SHARES-—-A small lot priced to y
442% interest. Phone Mr.





— SSF
LOOKING FOR

FURNITURE |

STRONG GOOD AND NICE?



Come to-day and get
mw &

MONEY SAVING PRICE.

Fir Bedsteads
Many designs. 5 sizes, Fuli
panelled and railed and panelied—
Wardrobes, Dresser Robes and
Linen Presses—Vanities and Dress-
ing Tables, Night Chair, comfort,
from $4.50 a Chair.

Dining and Luncheon Tables—
Upright, Arm Tub and Rocking
Chairs—Berbice and Rush Chairs,
China and Kitchen Cabinets—
Sideboards and Liquor Case.

WILSON

Mahogany or

L. §.

Trafalgar St. Dial 4069







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New Afghan
Ambassador
In Moscow

MOSCOW, Jan. 26.
The new Afghan Ambassador
to Moscow, Sultan Akhmet Khan,
presented his credentials to Soviet
President, Nikolai Shvernik, in a
brief ceremony at the Kremlin
to-day. He arrived from Kabul

on January 20 to replace Moham-
med Nowrouz, who left Moscow
on December 13,—Reuter.
—Reuter.















LUCKY DAY!
VERY LUCKY DAY!!

* + ++ On which you
instal GAS for cooking
Have you seen the attractive

Enamel Hot Plates at your Gas
Showroom?

Just the thing for the smad
family, Why not call gnd see
them before they are all sold?

SSS






AUCTION SALE

FURNITURE & HOUSEHOLD
gE

HAZELWOOD HOUSE
BISHOP’S COURT HILL
SATURDAY 28th at 12.15 p.m.



—_—_—
WE are instructed by Mrs. I,
ind others to se}!

a
by Auction the following valuable
Furniture and effects :—
Couches, Occasional
Dining Chairs,

Tables,

ite,
Dining Tables (one oval), 6 Din-
ing Chairs, rd, ©
Cabinet, large Gent's Press, Writ-
ing Desk, several Tables and Nest
of Tables, Tea Trolley (all Crab-
wood of modern design). Modern
Dressing Table and Stool, severai
Double and Single Beds (Simmons
Springs), Mattresses, Gallery Fur-
niture, several Deal Presses (all
sizes), Deal Tables,

Child's Press, 2 painted Cots (one
large), painted Playpen, 2 Lis
Chairs, Singer Machine,
5-Burner Oil Stove with Oven,







SESE

2 (one-burner) Stoves, Frigidaire,
Electric Iron, Go-Cart, large
quantity Glassware, silver, China
Kitchen Ware, Ornaments. Fold-
i Trunks, Suitcases,
. Toys, Ladders, Books and
many other interesting items.

VIEWING FRIDAY 27th JANU-
ARY and MORNING OF THE
SALE SATURDAY 28th JAN

———









CASH ON FALL OF HAMMER.
AUCTIONEERS

DIAGN & BLABDON




trading

strongly urged by the Select Com- |

the Financial }

“If as Mr. Strachey | should hold



livestock from the bitter/

|

|

restriction which may be neces-





























GOVERNMENT NOTICES



Attention is drawn to the Control of Prices (Defence) (Amend- |
ment) Order, 1950, No. 3 which will. be published in the. Official
Gazette of Thursday 26th January, 1950.

2. Under this Order the maximum wholesale and retail selling



prices of “Milk-Evaporated” and Margarine (b) Table are as
follows:—
WHO ~PRICE RETAIL PRICE
ARTICLE (not more than) (not more than)
ee nigella ape
Milk-Evaporated “ $9.33 per case of 22c. per 14% oz ur

48 x 14% oz. tins



Margarine :— $11.25 per case of
48 x-16 oz. tins,
$55.00 per 100-lbs in

lots of25 Ibs, and over

26c. per 16 oz. tin
(b) Table

59c. per Ib,

27.1.50.—In.

-—

Alitention is drawn to the Control of Prices (Defence) (Amend-
met) Order, 1950 No. 2 which will] be published in the Official Gazette
of Thursday 26th January, 1950.

2. Under this Order the items “Bloaters and Onions” have been
deleted in its entirety from the Control of Prices (Defence) (Amend-
ment) Order, 1950.

27.1.50—In



DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE,
DOMINICA
FOREST SERVICE,
onservation Officer in the
It is desirable that applicants
a degree or diploma but experience in soil conservation
work will be the deciding factor.

The appointment is non-pensionable (save in the case of a
seconded officer) for a ‘period of five years. Salary will be within
the Scale $1,680 x 96 — $2,400 per annum. In addition a subsistence
allowance at a rate of $3.60 per day will be paid when away from
Headquarters. If a car is required to be kept, allowances in accord-
ance with local regulations will be paid. A House is not provided.

Duties will consist of supervision of instructors engaged in laying
out Conservation Works, reconnaissance of Crown Lands for suitable
land for settlement. The post requires an active responsible person
capable of working on his own, who must be prepared to spend the
major portion of his time in the field.

Applicants should write to the Superintendent of Agriculture,
Botanic Gardens, Roseau, Dominica, enclosing details of qualifications
and experience and two recent testimonials.

(Sgd.) L. L. deVERTEUIL,
Superintendent of Agriculture.
27.1.50—3n.

Applications are invited for a post of C
Department of Agriculture, Dominica.



INCOME TAX NOTICE

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Income Tax returns are re- |
quired from every married man whose income is $1200.00 per annum
or over, from every other person whose income is $720.00 per
annum or over and from companies whether incorporated- or unin-
corporated, societies, persons engaged in any trade or profession, and
owners of land or property whether a taxable income has accrued
during the past year or not.

Forms of Return may be obtained from the Income Tax Depart-
ment AFTER THE IST DAY OF JANUARY, 1950, and the forms
duly filled in must be delivered to me on or before the following
respective dates ;



| tlon every week.



1. Returns of persons whose books were closed on the 3ist
day of December, 1949, on or before the 31st day of March,
1950.

2. Returns of persons whose principal place of business is not
situate in the island on or before the 30th day of June, 1950.

3. Returns of all other persons, on or before the 31st of Jan-
uary, 1950,

F. CLAIRMONTE
Commissioner of Income Tax and Death Duties.
NOTE; Any person failing to make his return within the due

date will be liable to a fine not exceeding £100 and
not less than £2 and will be prosecuted unless a satis-

factory reason is given.
10.1.50.—19n.

lll
BISHOP'S HIGH SCHOOL
TOBAGO



Applications are invited for :-—

(a) Classical Master (preferably honours degree) capable of
teaching Latin and English to Higher Certificate standard.

(b) Science Master capable of teaching Chemistry, Physics and
Biology up to Higher Certificate standard.

Salary in each case

$2,160 — $2,880 per annum,

Apply to Archdeacon F. J, STREETLY, B.A., Scarborough, ane

27.1.50—1n.

SPECIALISTS IN HIGH GRADE PROPERTY

| DiXON & BLADON

REAL ESTATE AGENTS — AUCTIONEERS — SURVEYORS
hone 4640 Plantations Building.













&PISSSSSSSS SOS98 98888 S8E 3695009506 5550SS00S000O5

FOR SALE

ersigned will offer For Sale at their Office, No. 17,
High Street, Bridgetown, on Friday, 27th day of January, 1950,
at 2 p.m.

The Dwelling House called “CARLDIEM” and the land
thereto containing 10,770 square feet, situate on the Sea Coast
of St. Lawrence Gap, Christ Church, a

Inspection on application to Miss Kathleen Hunte, “Brat-
ton,” Maxwells Coast Dial 8357. ,

For further particulars and conditions of Sale, apply to :—

OTT & CO.,
. oa 11,1.50.—15n,

The und

PS 9GS89GG9 9990060 88956965566 B66066666666064

LINOLEUM CARPETS
Sizes: 9 ft. by 714 ft, and 10% ft, by 9 ft.
’ Also
LINOLEUM IN ROLLS 6ft wide

All very reasonable in Price.

T. HERBERT Ltd, »:oxpuratea

10 & 11 Roebuck Street







tstablishea
1860

.

LIPTON'S

GIFT PREMIUMS

Best Quality CHINA TEA SETS and ELECTRO-
PLATED TEASPOONS

Given in ohne iy Tea Sa (part designating
we returned to us:

TEA POT

MILK JUG

SUGAR BOWL
CUP & SAUCER
E.P.N.S. TEASPOON
i CAKE PLATE

LIPTON’S TEA comuicide the largest sale in the world
JOHN F. HUTSON LIMITED—Agents

we. ie Sue |

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In Carlisle Bay

IN PORT: Schooner Molly N. Jones,
Seh. Manuata, Sch. Mary M. Lewis, Sch
Francis W. Smith, Sch. Marion Belle
Wolfe. Sch. Reginald N. Wallace, Sch.
Marea Henrietta, Yacht Beegie, Sch.
Endeavour W., Sch. Barca Dt Oro, M.V.
T. B. Radar, Sch. Emeralda, Sch. Gar-
denia W., Sch. Adalina, Sch. Freedom

IN TOUCH WITH BARBADOS

Cable and Wireless (West Indies) Ltd.
advise that they can now communicate
with the following ships through their
Barbados Coast Station:—

S.S. Rio Dale, M/V Rosario, S.S. Gulf-
moon, 8.S. Norfolk, S.S. Esso’ Bretagne,
S.S. Amica, M/S Amerigo Vehpicer, S.S.
Mormaesun, S.S. Dolly Madison, S.S.
Comedian, S.S. Regent Hawk, S.S. Esso
Amstrdam, S.S. City of Khartoum, S.S.
Misalda S.S. Telamon, S.S. Cyrus S.S.



td 5 meee
Fleary, M.V. Lady Joy, M.V. Caribbee.

Schooner Rhoda L., 36 tons
Lendore, from Trinidad
Agents: Schooner Owners’

Schooner Reginald N.
cons net, Capt.

via.

"ienater
Wallace, 17

Wallace, for British

Guiana; Agents: Schooner Owners’ As-

sociation.

Williamsburg,

Lady Nelson, 3.S. Ma

Paula, SS. Limon, S.S. Nieaw

dam, S.S. Mormacmail, S.S,

COAST STATION
S.S, _ Cleaveland,

tor, S.S._ Athelviscount, S$.S

Energy, $.S. Barbara S.8. Ji ,
ucer, S.S bardy, S.S. ‘"

S.S. Vinni, S.s. cmbardy. 5.8. Hyalin, —_

jantic, Pilot, S.S. Dol S.S._Cotti¢a;——~

SS. Tacito. S.S. Theliconus, S.S. Fred.”

rika, S.S. Rag Nhild
Runner, S.S. Pioneer



ARRIVALS—By B.W.LA.L,

From Trinidad: Eliab Rudder, Chris-
topher Godfrey, Patricia Godfrey, Narie
eives, Julius Gibbs, Anthony Castro,
Hilda Thorne. De Segovia Shumann,
Elizabeth Lucie-Smith, Ethel Swan,
Elena Montes, Mercedes Montes, Cari
Van Sickle, Phillip Habib, Charles Arm-
strong, Ceci! Harrison, Teresa Harrison,
Frank Bush, Carlyie Bishop, Norris
Hope Ross. Mayotte Hope Ross, Joan
Marsh, Jan Marsh, John Marsh, Elsie
Darwent, Frederick Potter, Daisy Potter,
Laura Storms, John Walsh, Theodora
Walsh, Yolanda Martinez.
DEPARTURES—By B.W.A.A.L.

For Trinidad; Mr. Percy Taylor, Mr.

{ Dalin Persaud, Mr. John Maxwell.’ Mrs.

Elsie Dyall, Mr. Lionel Gill, Mr. Ralph
Mr. Frank
Mrs, Car-

Stoute, Mrs,
Bush, Mr. E.

Joyce Stoute,
L. Carrington,

rington, Mr. John peaneene Mr.

Habib, Mr. John x
Hams Mr, John Chenery,
McLean, Mr.

James Scott,

Brovig, S.S. Alcoa — +
Reef,

Ralph Laffan, Mr. John Goddard,



MAIL NOTICE

Guadeloupe,
“8.8.

Mails for Martinique,
United Kingdom, Le Haire
Gascogne will be closed at

Post Office as under:—

ruary 1950 Registered

tS Ip

Mr, Lionel Lewis; Mr,

* General
Parcel mail at 3 p.m. on the 10th Feb-

at 9 am, Or-

dinary Mail at 10.15 a.m. on the lith

February 1950.

-_







ADVERTISE . « «
mm the

|

EVENING
ADVOCATE

Published every Monday
with an increasing circula« |

|



SHIPPING NOTICES

_




accept Cargo and Passengers .f6r

ne
St. Kitts-Nevis, Antigua, Mont~
serrat, Dominica, sailing friday

27th January.

The Schooner

January,

B.W.I,
. (INC.)

24th January 1950





Tel.

The M.V. “Caribbee*t* wil

“Emeralda" will
accept Cargo and Passengers for
Trinidad, sailing Saturday 29th

SCHOONER OWNERS’
ASSO

4047.

, .
=

—=.





Canadian National Steamships



SOUTHBOUND SAILS Sails Sails Arrives Sails
NAME OF SHIP MON- Halifax Boston B'dos + B'dos~
TREAL
CAN. CHALLENGER —_ 27th Jan. — 6th Feb. 6th Feb.
LADY RODNEY — 8th Feb. 10th Feb. 19th Feb. 20th Feb.
«ADY NELSON ——- 2th Feb. 27th Feb 8th Mar. “9th Mar
LADY RODNEY ——— 25th Mar. 27th Ma Sth Apr 6th Apr
DY NELSON ———- 2th Apr. Iéth Apr. 23d Apr. 24th Apr
NORTHBOUND Arrives Sails Arrives Arrives _ Arrives
B'dos B'dos Boston St. John Montrea) ...
LADY NELSON 3rd Febr 4th Peb. ith Feb. 15th Feb en
LADY RODNEY 4th Mor 6th Mar, 15th Mar, 16th Mar, "> *â„¢
LADY NELSON 2ist Mar. 22nd Mar. Ist Apr. 2nd pr —
LADY RODNEY 17th Apr. 19th Apr. 20th + 30th Apr _
LADY NELSON 6th May &th May 18th Y 19th May _



MRr-Bublers to change without notice. All vessels fitted with cold storaga.cham-

rs. Passenger Fares and freight

rates on application to :

GARDINER AUSTIN & CO,, LTD. — Agents,








Sa

BARBADOS








published in May of last

while the overall dema

noon and 4,30
if
Between 11 a.m.

Bridgetown should be
7 am.,

such capacity as is
ufacture, printing, etc., will

as have bee

tions are being carried
to evolving a. workable

will be greatly assisted in
trial and Domestic,
both light and power is cut
the times when current is
day or night.

the areas affected, we have
standard practice, to switch
% minute, then switch “on”
the final cut.

lighting.

The foregoing
adhered to if the
already overloaded

CORPORATION LTD.
NOTICE

SO far it has been found impracticable to work ,
out such a Schedule of cuts in Electricity as was
Our available generating

less than it was then,.
nd has increased.

On weekdays, between 7 a.m. and 11 a.m. and
p.m, only Bridgetown can be suppli
continuous water pumping is to be maintain:

year.
capacity now is considerably

and 12 noon, all areas

By this means it is hoped that Const Ts-—
will have time to put into operation their, auxiliary.
This method of switching will
operation between the hours of 6 and 10 p.m.

roposed arrangements can only be »
eae available Sets, which are {ff
, can all be kept running.

THE BARBADOS ELECTRIC SUPPLY
CORPORATION, LTD.

<<

to the barest
available, w

Owing to many requests from Consumers
whether we could not give some notice of “cuts .
decided, although it is not »
“off” the area to be cut

again for 3 minutes



V. SMITH
General Manager.






.
-







for 3

only. be, in: '









af

except
‘on” and between 4.30 p.m. and
available, after giving due
priority to the needs of water pumping, baking, ice man-.
be distributed as equal .
possible throughout the system by similar “on’ ods

n effected during the past few days,

xperimental switching o
out continuously with a,
Schedule and the

n this if all Consumers,
make sure that consum

CSE
CIE. GLE., TRANSATLANTIQUE.

FRENCH LINE

S.S. “GASCOGNE” sailing to Trinidad and French Guiana

on the 5th February, 1950. Sailing to Plymouth ané Le .
Havre via Martinique and Guadeloupe 12th February, 1960,

Minimum First Class Only $425.30 B.W.LCy. .

R. M. JONES & CO, LTD.-Agents ~
































































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PAGE EIGHT



THE BARBADOS ADVOCATE

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7 ’ por Sy , Yachting, Boxing, cte.



Ganteaume,StollmeyerSetNew

Ist Wkt Record For Trinidad |

Kentish was now given the! #

ae



second new ball from the farm







LOW SCORING IN THIRD .

“ |bowler was pacer Mullins who








FRIDAY, JA NUARY



ih Rita cease %
|

TRIAL MATCH
C. B. Williams Hits 62 |

C. B. Williams of Carlton topscored with 62 for Mr. C. L.,
Walcott’s XI when they scored 154 in their first innings on:
the first day of the third trial match which was played at}
Kensington Oval. yesterday.
The day was marked by low*——— oe ee ae

i " cessful OVer with an outswinging yorker |
seoring and the most suc which Mershell’ dug out. Both |



oh! this cou!

My throat is sore with aa
cough, all the time:
well | sd



Boost Homesters’ Total
To 415 For 1 Wkt

Kenny Trestrail Hits 83 N.O.

(By 0. S. COPPIN)

PORT OF SPAIN, Jan. 26.
international stylist batsman and Trinidad captain, Jeffrey
Stollmeyer and dapper West Indies batsman Andy Gan-
teaume were associated in a brilliant first wicket partner-
ship of 286 runs today laying the foundation for the tall

Mig

end with the score 206. }
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outswinger, |”
hrough slip for’
four making his
score 99.

Stollmeyer
Bsuided the next

ball th. ough slip

Jor. three runs
completing his
century in 216

hurled down 16 overs and took
three wickets for 38 runs.

Having lost the toss Skipper
Walcott was sent in to bat on a
wicket that was taking turn.
George Carew and C. Smith
(Coliege) opened the batting,
Carew taking the first ball from
Mullins which he pushed to mid-
on for two.

E. V. Williams took the
second over to C. Smith and sent
down +a maiden. Both bowlers
got the ball to rise sharply ana
Mullins soon had Smith caught

batsmen continued to gét
over the ball and at the end @
the day’s play Mr. Williams’ XI
had collected 20 without loss.

The match resumes tomorrow.
The Scores:

MR. C. L. WALCOTT’S XI—Ist Innings |
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Carew ¢ Alleyne b Mullins

Smith ¢ ‘Alleyne b Mullins 0
Drayton ¢ Mullins b Williams 15
Williams c E. Williams b K.
Goddard 62
Walcott ¢ R. Marshall b Williams 17
Proverbs b Mullins 9
Atkinson l.b.w. b N. Lucas ¢
oe e J. H. Lucas b God-

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Hoad stpd. wkpr. Wi

L ee ood b J.
King c & b J. Lucas

Ah! these

18

Trinidad total of 415 for 1 wicket in reply to Jamaica's first
innings’ total of 155, as the first Trinidad-Jamaica Test en-

tered the second day of play

Stolimeyer was undeteaied at
the c.dse of play with 178 whiie
Andy Ganteaume scored a polisa-
ed 147.

This feat went within 6 runs
ot breaking the 23-year-old recosu
set by Barbados’ George Challe:
(220) and Tim Tarilton (123) ot
292 at Kensington against Tri:-
dad in 1927.

But the pair however lower 2d
the record for the highest firs:
Wicket partnership at Quec.'s
Park Ovai of 224 set by the Stoil-
meyer brothers against Barbavo
in 1942, when Jeffrey scored 12:
and Victor 106.

Trinidad today scored in fron

. of the clock for most of the day,

400 going up in 363 minutes.

Kenny strail who joined
Stollmeyer scored freely assisting
Stolimeyer to put on 129 in an
unbroken secomwd wicket pertner-
ship.

Resumption

Stollmeyer and Ganteaume re-
sumed in brilliant sunshine, the
latter taking strike from Valen-
tine, bowling from the souther:
end. He took an easy single \ i
an off drive from the second
delivery.

Puller attacked from the north



and Ganteaume took an easy
singie on the onside from the
fifth ball and Stollmeyer thre
from the last.

Valentine's next over
four as did Fuller's. Mudie
replaced Valentine and he
Stolmeyer with the fourth
missing the stumps

This became a double chanac
when Groves gave the ball
Kentish at the top end in pla
of Fuller

The batsmen stole one each
the first two balls forcing Kent
to place a man at widish
wicket which previously was a gay
in the field.

A quick single by Stollmeyer
off Mudie sent up Ganteaum¢
who steered the last ball of the
over through the slip for four
completing his individual half
century in 93 minutes.

This feat surprised everyone
the diminutive Ganteaume out-
pacing stylish Stollmeyer who wa
then 34

Century Goes Up

Sto'lmeyer helped himself to a
four to the deep fine leg boundary
going into his wicket and turning
one from Mudie that came
with the arm.

A brilliant late cut by Gan-
fteaume off Iffla for four runs
sent up the century in 103 min-
utes.

Stollmeyer advanced to his in-
dividual half century in pleasing
style. A neat turn to square icg
olf another one that came in with
the arm from Mudie gave him
three making his score 44. With
the score at 113 skipper Groves
took the ball in place of Mudie
at the pavilion end. He bowled
to Stollmeyer who was then 49
The latter pushed the second bal
to midon for a single completing
his half century in 115 minutes

Completing a double change
Valentine was brought on in place
of Iffla trom the farm end.
Ganteaume turned the second ball
to square jeg for 2 then played
out the over.

From the first ball of Groves’
second over, Stollmeyer at-
tempted to pull a shortish ball,
mistimed and put up a dolly
catch to Fuller at midon. The
latter had ample time to bring
off a simple c but he seemed
dazed, hesitated and was unable
to make the catch.

The resultant single sent up
Ganteaume to face and he exe-
cuted a brilliant late cut through
the slips for four.

Skipper Groves obviously bent
on keeping down the runs bowl-
ed offbreaks around the wicket
to a packed off field. He sent
down a maiden over to Gan-
teaume. Valentine sent down a
maiden to Stollmeyer from the
other end.

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Groves conceded a single io
Ganteaume and Iffla continued
the policy by delivering anothe:
run.ess over.

Stol:meyer turned one from
Groves to square leg to help him-
self to three and followed with a
single off Valentine’s first delivery
sending up Ganteaume who swept
the fourth ball beautifully to the
fine leg boundary. Mudie took over
from Groves. Off his fourth and
fifth deliveries Stollmeyer helped
himse!f to successive braces wi h
reat turns to square leg

Valentine followed with a
maiden and Mudie followed su't

After Valentine's next over
which yielded a single the um-
pires removed the bails for the
luncheon interval. The score was

then 148. Stollmeyer 67, Gan-
teaume 74

After Lunch
Resuming punctually at 1.40,

Iffila changed to the southern end,

and the 150 mark came when
Ganteat late cut his third ball
ft for four, One hundred





de in 162 minutes
was equalised
when Ganteaume
ish to mid-wicket for







the latter took over

th end
Iffia’s next over yielded @
«single then Ganteaume delighted



wd with a powerful square-
boundary off Kentish’3
164

the
the





Valentine then relieved Kentish





needing five runs two of
V were due to ross mis-
f f Ifla at point. When
Ganteaume squarecut the ball

ent straight through his legs

la’s next over yielded a single
Stollmeyer Jate cut
first beautifully to send
t ill sizzling along the turf
St first slip to the boundary

This let Jeffrey into eighties io
make a bit of a race of it for the
century with Ganteaume who
was 89



only, then



Ganteaume entered the nineties

with a very neat brace off
Valentine scoring with a clean
t pads

tollmeyer had a single



off Valentine Ganteaume took a
lovely sweep to fine leg to make
his score 95

With the at 185, Skipper Groves
relieved Iffla at the Pavilion end
and bowled to Ganteaume wad
was now 96

Ganteaume off drove his fourta
ball for a single and Stollmeyer on
drove the last ball for a single

Mudie replacéd Valentine at the
famm end, Stollmeyer taking a
single off the first ball and
Ganteaume also.

Andy Gets 100

Next over
Ganteaume now
er . 98, faced Skipper
ies Groves from the
/ | Pavilion end and
“ a brilliant cover
: drive off the fifth
ball for two runs
saw Ganteaume
complete his in-
dividual century

in 97 minutes.
Ganteaume
celebrated this
m with a brilliant
late cut that hit
the boundary
leaving the
feldsmen stand-
ing. An off drive
for a single by
A. GANTEAUME Stollmeyer sent



up 200 runs in 208 minutes.

Stollmeyer tickled an inswinger
from Mudie round the corner for
a single, to enter the nineties.
A powerful back drive by
Stollmeyer off Groves and mis-
fielded by Valentine reached the
boundary boosting his individual
score to 95.








minutes.

Ganteaume|
cover drive the,
ball for

next ball with a
J. STOLLMEyveR brilliant cover |

drive to the boundary.

Ganteaume then forward drove |
the next one between cover and |
point for four runs. '

Kentish's first over with the!
new ball cost 19 runs.

Fuller took charge from the;
pavilion end. Stollmeyer back |
drove the fourth ball to the long- |
on boundary for four. Stollmeyer |
turned the next ball to square leg |
for three and Ganteaume made a |
similar stroke for 3 as well. In
Kentish’s next over the batsmen
were again on the offensive and
hit 14 runs, Stollmeyer getting
four and Ganteaume 10, all but |
one on a poorly policed onside. }

Mudie took the ball from Fuller}
who had only bowled one over,

Captain Groves evidently finding | ———_— -

the new ball of little use agains*
the impregnably set batsmen. Two
hundred and fifty went up in 232
minutes. Groves however per-
severed with Kentish in whose
next over the Trinidad openers
scored off five balls for nine runs
in the same mood.

Mudie kept Stollmeyer fairly

restrained until the last ball
which the stylish International
smacked hard to the long-on
boundary

Kentish’s fdurth over of this
Spell was accurate and only con~
ceded two runs. Iffla replaced

Kentish at 271 and things remain-
img quiet for two overs till
Ganteaume brought light relief by
sweeping Iffla to the fine leg
boundary in masterly style.

Valentine assumed charge at the
southern end in place of Mudie
and Ganteaume took five off t
first six offerings.

Ganteaume Out

In Iffla’s next over, Ganteaume
cut at a leg-break which was wide
of the off stump to edge into, Binns’
gloves which were greedily wait-
ing behind the stumps. The score
Was then 286—1—147.

Ganteaume scored 19 boundaries
and played a splendid innings
surprisingly outpacing Stollmeyer
all along the road to the century
This score was a record first-
wicket stand for the ground
a Kenny Trestrail regarded as
Trinidad’s best batsman was next
man in and quickly got off the
mark with a single

Things continued quietly, the
300 going up at 3.35 p.m. 273
minutes after the start of the
innings, the tea interval findi: Z
the board reading 309 for |
Stollmeyer 139, Trestrail 16,

After Tea

Stollmeyer 139, ‘Irestrail 16
resumed Trinidad’s innings of
309/1

Stolseyer took strike from
Iffla SiPvling from the farm end
and Itfla sent down a maiden
over. Vaientine bowled next from
the pavilion end and Trestraii

entered the twenties with a late





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TODAY
Sun Rises; 6.21 a.m.
Sun Sets: 6.00 p.m.
Moon (Full) February 2.
Lighting: 6.30 p.m.
High Water: 10.09 a.m, 11,16

p.m,

YESTERDAY
Rainfall (Codrington) .36 ins.
Tetal for Month to yester-

day: 3.59 ins.
Temperature (Max.) 81.5° F,
Temperature (Min.) 69.5° F
Wind Direction: (9 a.m.) E.,
(3 p.m.) E,, by N.
Wind Velocity: 19 miles per
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Barometer (9 a.m.) 30.038;
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ielded three runs. Valen-
bowled the last over,
jing on time with the score
Stollmeyer 178, ’Trestrail



cut to the boundary, off the thir
ball and then a square cut
next for anothe:
He pulled the fi
on boundary for :
single by Stoll:



four



Seores:—
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ball of Iffla’s B ce Guillen (wkpr.) b
Trestrail up. _ Jone ’ « 2
He entered the thir with y ten on x
pull off the N. Bonitto b 36
making his score 32 in as \ ae
minutes 0



e Stolimeyer b Ramadhin 15
1

Jeffrey Stollmeyer
— es b Ramadhin



Trestrail

turn to square leg off F b Jones 2
for three reached 150 it 3 Guillen (wkpr.) b :
minutes a .

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rapid rate
Groves beat
for four r

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completing 50 ng? it nteaume ¢ Binns ‘wkpt) b
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ate cut off th ast n t K. Tr 83
over for fous: : ve
> Total for 1 wht 41
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from Iffla fc single t ket 286
386 The se +. ke ¥LING NALYSIS
: ie Rk. W
ship had put 1 up to now Kentish 13 1 77 0
runs Stollmeye € Pulle 6 t z .
Trestrail 66 $15 & 1
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minutes Iffla tt ee
run out Stollmeyer off

bowling fell
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: . K. Goddard ee ae . we.
and Drayton who replaced Smith|/R: Marshall i i ee a. =
was beaten many tiumes by whe a weenve ae ee a
inswingers. 7 tune 4 ° 19 i f

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An appeai for leg-before was

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disallowea when Mulims struca

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R. Marshall not out 1

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Drayton on the pad in his fourth Extras
over. The score was 10 for one a cs a
wicket. Skipper Williams in his otal {for no wkt.) 20 the sxakors of the femme er

fifth over — the first bail — hau
Drayton caught by Mullins at
silly mid-on. He scored 165.
C. B. Williams next man in took
his first strike from Williams ana
got off with a single.

Carew Out
K. Goddard reliéved Mullins
trom the screen end when te

first change was maae ana sen
down a full pitch to Williams who
took a singie. C. alseynme sent
down the nrst ball of his mrst over
to Williams who patted it aifec-
tionately back to him. He sem
down a maiden. Carew apparent-
ly quite sure of himself began to
bat freely. Williams took the firs:
four off Goddard on the leg siae.
Mullins took over from Alleyne
at the pavilion end, bowling Ww
Carew who cut a snort one into
Alleyne’s hands to end his stay a:
the wicket. The scoreboard reau
41—3—19. Walcott joined Wui-
liams who was then seven ana
raced Mullins in his last ball o7 his
sixth over.

Walcott and Williams took inany
| short runs between the wicket anu
* the 50 mark was soun reached. E.

Weekes bowling without a slip to
Williams in his first over of the
day conceded one run. Weeke:
Started early to keep a good lengtn
| and in his second over sent down
}a maiden to Williams. “Fofty
| Williams came from the screen
end and pitched the fifth ball a
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| The score was then four for 69.
| Proverbs of Wanderers following
} after Walcott faced Williams ana
Mullins beat
| him and struck the pad but a leg
| before appeal was not upheld.
| Mullins at this stage appeared. to
be bowling quicker and steadier.
Williams at the other end was
| quite comfortable. The luncheon
interval found Proverbs 1 and
‘Boogles” Williams 20.

After lunch Williams took the
| orst ball from Mullins in which
| he sent down a maiden. In Mul-
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third ball to the boundary for four
runs, Proverbs was bowled in the
next ball
yorker.

with an overpitched
He scored 9.

100 Reached

| E. Atkinson went in and played| @
; Out the remainder of the over. |
Atkinson did not stay long and}
was given out leg before off N.
Lucas who relieved Mullins from

the pavilion end.
| The 100 mark was reached in
| 130 minutes finding Teddy Hoad



in Bags



} (jnr.) and Williams at the wicket.
In attempting to hit out Hoad was
stumped by Wood off J. H. Lucas

| and N. Marshall w’ o followed him
was cleverly caught by J. Lucas

joa Kenneth Goddard.

After deiighfing the crowd with
some beautiful strokes Williams
was caught by E. Williams at mid-
on. Mr. Walcott’s XI closed their
first innings at 154.

Skipper Walcott (gloves) on)
took the field at 5.10 and gave E.
Atkinson the new ball to bowl to
A. Taylor who opened with Roy
Marshall. The over was unevent-

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F KIP W MM \RV 27. ||H THE BARBADOS ADVOCATE Raise Storm PARISH Over Aid For ROU.\D-UP Flood Victims PAGE FIVK Bugpi|).Music At Rocks To-iiighl THE Hi n tt CommitMlchael raised a storm of protect ntiiirday ->* ihov dtstlM Vestry 100m what ST MICHAEL i-T'o.""*"**' ***— * n>>y \M3 Mores were closed. Thi, is unusual „ght. r,p<-„llv „, whorr ihe werkly When HitPoH their programme ai th ( : 11C*S loalgtrt, the guatl irtlsl be Mr Porslter who will plav a few Scottish airs on his bagpipe. Mr. Russiter who Ltltt 11 prcsem will play in : I of $449.50 to cover ten enmtttoo said the offer was an insult lo the work ihcy had performed. <~.;.vernmen; ii,i the 5449.50 *as iiol intended to cover all •.! %  > IK,,] i:,.t v.-t itr*utod on the method of certain dalms, Al the end of the meeting they passed the following lion: — "Be it resolved that the Hurricane Relief Committee assembled try room that 28th day [flf January, 1950, regret the fact that the unfortunate people of St. Michael who suffered severer losses than those of any other district, are yet without nny ex gratia urant-in-aid to assist in the replacement of necessarv household -irticlcs. lost during the period of the Hood which occurred August 31 -September 1. due to the apparent break down in official promises and to an obvious change In the policy of relief as announced." Estimates Mr. H. A. Tudor. Churchwarden ,,u % n = 5 '859 andoid o relief to flood victims day to meet the tourists that will. JuW 21. IBM ; Principal cause of the nmtr.i be anivmg bv ihe "Maurelania" %  .Her by Government to Owing lo this, a few F t hl V-it'n..* HID ill in ._-... ^B C an finllae.. ...HI 1__ SCHOOL CHILD1 n gatheret Park bnaH.!i ."which "5! .^".""f 5* "'"wings done by the Juvenile J* I. open daily from 10 a.m. ,„ c p.m. a. .he Queen's Make Reatty For ".Vlmiretaniu" THE TOURISTS' Publicity Committee is getting all aM fo: the Vint „f the .ourlst ship, • %  Maurelania" expected tomorrow. Miss Joan Kyih. of lhat Commit.ee .old the A ttt esierrlay. Exhibition Nearly All Barbadian Outside Artists Missed The vuilor lo this year's exhibition cif ihe An* -.n.i (~-.(. i „, Barbados. rjDlike last year, there are no BhlUli from Brill h Guiana. In fac. the only exhibitor from outakte K. Agor oi Dotninica who painting. Tins year cxhibl HMrtfon one i a West Indian. The reason for the ab %  work is, it is understood, the fact that there was uncertainty over the opening date uf tinExhibition. 11 has been difficult to plan the Exhibition this year owing to the fart that Combermen was in occupation oi Queen 1 Park I temporary claj rooi'i .i.eommodation. Be that s it may, thi of outside exhibits is to bv regretted a.* both the exhil the visitor lose the stimulating and corrective experience of comparing local work with that 01 other painters in the West Indies. Would it be too much to augfOtt to the organisers of th present exhibition that a furthe. exhibition should be arra a later .lafe SiuVli.;!,.. lights on some of ihe exhibitors and their Gela> White -Prealdenl of the Arts and Crafts Society, daughter of the late Sn Own, studied In London, this JWlsr-i 'en paintings—more than any hibitor. Of these the two landscapes Qun u,ii and n uli Jens-are jwrhaps the most attractive and her Studv ol p Beach Comber — a girl In a yellow pullover and law very pleasing. at K. Broodhairn Perhaps one of trie most interesting feature; Since the Arts and Crafts Exhibitnm o p ( Q ,• ,\ g\ Queen'] Park on Monday evening over l.OOO school %  D from variou Of the island have attended. The exhibiti ami in by the children, i high atandard, %  the ararfc done bv the Government Industrial Schools which unhides aboee, hammocks, paper flowers and *ome Kood exhibits in hammocks and bookbindby the st. j.ihn the Baptist and the si Elizabeth Uovs' tespectively. devoted en%  i k .lone bv adults which include some nne paintings and drawings I I 'is clay models and Majolica work. supply of stamps, jxatcards. folders and booklets, and a supply ji literatureforfree distribution. Driver Says Taxi Fares Too Low A TAXI-CAIt DKIVER told the that he does not know of any local taxi who 'iMtdni^iUn id been referring to a sueI made that some do overi change. He MLd (had driven should not be expected to stick to schedules D| taxi tun lias were drawn up since | 1935. "Those a.e pre-wa:. said. Bad that in those day.), gasoline was sold at 32c. per Ivan Payne — Who last year atle attention wiln his picture of Spelghtl 1.1s four exhibits %  rtudlss ui in colour and one in monochrome. These rorta His other two pictures ore of Speightstown and Government House Gardens. Ida Arnulrong —Am Queen's Coalege, exhlb I tractive study of Colku.n. St "id has three other pictures on show. In all the exhibition 95 exhibits submitted by 32 artists. The m os I ces range from $7.50. The exhibition will 'day Fob The Committee had submitted 555 claims under three divisions— A. 11 ind G setting out the various sums required under each head. He had handed them to the Art%  nor on September 28. After handing in those claims lie had received I ommunication from the Finan.iai Secretary, Mr. VI rnoi -inExecutive Committee had decided that Government's responsibility would not extend hojond actual "I have not heard what Has happened to the "Advocate Fund", Mr. Tudor said. "I have had several iniestions by people as to what has happened with that fund, and I could give them no reply. "On December 20 I received a letter from the Financial SecreIng thai the amount of $446.50 had been made available to me to pay ten inv^lc who ..- more American dollars wlU be circulated in the City, Six Indian Stores closed veetern> but in this case these Stores %  ally dosed in honour of the Indian Republic Day. Yeeterde* was Republic Day in India as that country changed its s, l J us '""om that of a Dominion to a Kepubllc. Mi D. A. Thani told the "Advocate" that in India the celebrationi will last for two days but owing to the small Indian population m this island they are not celebrating. He said that the large Indian community in Trinidad will also be keeping up the iav. He pointed out that this was one of the biggest days in the histoty of India. I he Indian Store, around iiad hoisted a tricolour ft* with a wheeled Asoka in the By the way — Asoka was an Emjseror of India and his rule represents "Peace". A Branch of the We* Indian Knitting Mills, which is being erected in a portion of Mr. U. J, Parravicino's building in Coleiiuge Street, is nearing comple-..? M ; U $* s l2 'WHlng machines already installed and another awaiting to be unpacked Each machine carries approxi•tOO needles. ThV ma•Tk automaticalb' and "top the same way if anything Kies wrong. After knitting, the cloth will be 'leached and then it will pass through a drying machine. 35 feet long, lo f„.t high and 18 feet wide. !" machine will be assembled "g department is situ>' %  • on the second floor. It is on .nil rtoor that the various aai%  II be made and packed imtion. anHom m nil otlvh IUBOT MAHtllts ill Seotj, Ou*rd ili Rey*l Heou _ j' —^" Hrotch W la K aaiugCTioN in. nmnwif ... ti Th# Pmi* ol ma ciodiwv %  •VIMTTRSE: TaiMiedi. VA.I.HK The Oion*., TANTAgCA' i.M(h I'nrtr. v gajw v oe TWO BAU.\M' U I" .n (lld-ratfiiotiM TV.,, W Squ-.r. •I Whcif ln>Cat. U4ir SEtaCTION Rum (>,., OOO SAVE Till Conducior C.pt Q r. KAISON peteaiai %  r Mu %  SHOE CREAM cleans, polishes and preserves all leather articles HARRISON'S BROAD ST. TheSAtThcYMCA 1 To-night al 8.15 o'clockMr. I) Lucre-Smith will lean 11 Houno Table Discussion Uroui' Devaluation of the pouiul. Itg cause and effect on the economy of the West Indies and Barbados in particular." As this subject is of vital importance lo all of us, members are urged to attend in good numbers and join in the discuaslon. Don't let ihe Lulure of ihe Electric Current keep vuu away as other lighting facilities are available. 25 Years Ago i Barbad, mu!h ^ ;h'^.';S. CCe ft 0r I, """ ^i... ' lie in the stricken are. and the cost of living low. Now. 1 thought it best to have nothing gasoline Is sold at SOc. pt> to do with that amount of money. i i' !" '""' c r '" —" M •" hecause I thought it was an Insult uboul 200% above pi. v h t M | around •ind ihe cos' uf IIVIIIK is up in thil 'able and aaaaand ihe damThe taxi driver who was j "Secondly. 1 would not know involved in the fare incident with 'how to start to distribute it." Ihe tourists to which reloen.e hail ,,. „, m in the Advocate some | lliml I! I (III % %  *, would not give funherl .. informalion. He calmly atjfj -Hie Mr Tudor said lhat the action I.*M..1* >s>. — t AP lha f^^xavakasasimaaksit man VtM'V They ^ .. — %  %  %  % %  n. • %  "• ..|*in iiiiui .-iiiiiiniav reb* J s % % %  • %  xhlblllon is the niary 4th rom lu emergence ml teacher. T* IhTrl \""" • sill, life """' %  ""' %  :l Tjjj. 'J"* — Dnurhter of Mr. W Mrs. c. E Shep """"". is a pupil of jun and an apt one to H^f" ud v "' h Hastings. IL S i*"*" — An inti *• 'comer Irom SpeUjhUtown, %  JJ"' ork shows „, %  wrige promise. Ivan Pavne "jyhan.i.,,,,., t !" r*U ~ A"" 111 newJ2* lo Ihe exhlbiuon It u„. "Jtocher whose v/oik is well ", -only Minting exhibited -a ^ofher „cellen, pottery. ftcl.. %  Mn "' h-n, l J eph Conn %  HI. Council Ihe ^ nor School of Art He Ste 0 '' I %  % owl TI. r,uml "-=nts in a *: The ,.,.,.r l,.,s n u nS,""" c •** ••' %  n„ i *, Social shows four JS""', th. most S?""! re a W a pi• JgJ Uni: 25. 17 N Lai. 'SSen' •' cnm l*r %  %  "IKJ"" '. ' "' '' fVeh V *Jr Hnu^ """" hc '•Ml Ihe M. 1. rf.m. to i; p no. "'i an i on Sundays). not Mort' Young WOIIHTI Fur England ruiUng ui young women %  Mtlll If |„ | in. BOGUU H ui.m> UtlR'l'l' lulu I '"•raay. will be going up this IngUg iba nuniber to .niiiy-.iii.f, ana amouni Barbados as part ol a pilot All appiic.mt.s naual return their the 8odai iltablj QUad In, not later than Febru.i: BOtt, Over Six Hundred tea the re\ LwndrM persons have applied. Of the %  1 ready sent to England. reports from all been good. Racrultlng stopped in the Autumn so as to i UM officer. but tin's did n"i in ad) appUcation M ttoaj aw ri i atved all aloQC. Now Hi agaJn, ana advJaed that %  once. The age of applicants she %  tressed, must be between eighteen and th.: %  "" % %  %  %  " %  euimiy saia "t:ie !" "*"— %  -'"•* %  ii,i w people who have done it are Hone I of lne Government was ..ml it.-.,. > i. > hard l.lf>u* in lha i>i>t>ti -. n aaaian HKIII it .tic ; %  si I* and they jire the people whom I would like to talk to; ol The DonkeySat Down was held up for a whilo on Roebuck Street when a donkey pulling a cart v sat down on its %  horns but to no avail. The donkey refused to get up and it ma finally unharnessed and four men lifted the animal out of the path of Un traffic. January Weather Worst In Tears MOST of the Cap! Intercolonial craft an during] thii no that this months weatht i ma. lenced in Captain Undo, of the Auxillarv Schooner "Rhoda L." which arrived hare on Wc.lm-sday evenit wag the worst I have mot since 1 have been sailing this schooner.'' The "Rhoda 1,,'' left Trinidad for Barbados on Sunday. January la, with 260 drums of gasoline mi one oaaa <>f paint. When Lvtween Trinidad and • %  quail after squ.ill struck the ship. The jib was blown away and the contain made for (-.ivn.iclii. Fivr days were spent .it Grenada during which time m:rected. ndn set sail for Barbados again but the weather did not improve any. The "Rhoda L." ancountarad squalls from Monday night until Tuesday morning. Although the ship is equipped with an auxiliary angina, the skipper could not keep it from running back. "Tht .( M u; .„ in that weatr.er." he said. The ship took nbo:t live days to |at nan Grenada to Barbados NEW STAMPS APPROVED THE design* for the new d.iini• <>f llarbados stamps by His H -• KII.K. .ind it.s a .Ai %  i it i,i May. The i.ive been designed and m, Bradbury, Wilkinson and Co. Ltd. The following are the denominations. %  olours and designs of IB "i the new issue:— I cent—Grey—Dover Fort tnts—Green — Sugar Cane Bi^edJng j ccnU—BrowivUreen— public Ouildings %  t cents —" Carmine—Nelson's Statue 6 cents — Blue — Casting Net .III atafl Blae'Puri -Inter-Colonial Schooner Mti Jam. Kvth of llv P>.i %  Uttt** yfUrtUv cttrrccwa a %  tatlaiMnl .11* of Ihli hard blow to the people. > „%./ came every day to his office asking about assistance. He said ha would mention one very hard case—a resident <<( Bridge Road who had lost everything she had possessed, and whose loss ran into thousands of dollars. She had been sent to the Pine by the Housing Board. Mr C A Braltfawaita said the Government hud certainly led them to believe that they would foot the I'UI. but they had given no assistance. One would have aJipootod batter or the present %  nvanunont He thought they should be castigated. Mr Tudor speaking again referred to %  letter received on September 23. saying that on examination of returns already received different standards of estimates had been used in one ..r bin) rases. The Government had therefore derided that an odire. of the Public Works should make a rapid tour of the parishes in order to anaura thai I a uniform assessment. Mr. i! A. UeXoniti that In assessing, they had been advised to follow the standard the Government was imng at the Pine and put down $100.00 for each claimant. They had done that. Now the Government Ing to make the Committee look like little boys in the < %  .. public. Quoting from the Official Gazette, Mr, McKrn/ic referred to a speech made by Mr. M E. Cox when Mr. Allder moved the adloununant of the House to discuss the plight of flood sufferer* in St. John. Mr. Cox he said, "ad claimed that the Leader of X 0 ous and Ih e members of "live were being accused from the floor of the House for doing something they knew nuthlii*: ;ibout. He also quoted Dr. Cm -ajniK thai of the .'if>U odd Jalii.t* It had In-en found out that .. few of IIKI. claimant.: had JC at all been In the flood area Had Dr. Cummins visited Ihoae ar SS? a i ali Mr "cKenzic asked. The Resolution was then drafted and passed. T.2!!r %  n ! '1? "2*"?? **" %  Mr r Zw i*Utor, r^^S \ %  *-'•-llMlvwaod. Fk-. — H A MrKniit* Injured Car Occupants Improving Horace Walton and his son Patrick who were involved In the accident on Monday at the junction of St My Lord'! wi.ii .IUJI(.-I ""i oi .->i,. KC tiuic ana My Iord s i2 cents—Blue/Sepia — F'yini; Hill Roads are slightly l>< • I are ctllt ni 'K n.> !" --i u„*. .._i .i..ck~01d Main !\i.lc 'An • %  '.nc days or in refault on< i.r.Kwiment for u*in HLZ'tJS"^^ twag. on Tudor Bridge Road Ciutont* fish "H eent_ larriaon 48 cenb CatheSfal 60 cents — Green Caraanana $1.20 — Red/Olive Wireless Masts $240 — Black — Arms of the INDECENT LANGUAGE COSTS 151Arthur Bynoe a 15l .n Village was yesterday lined 11 i %  — -'"*. % %  **.> "v-.i I -II.' : the General Hospital e "Advocate"' learnt yesterday During next week it is expected that the Mill will start on a^aS scale. This will mean more employment for Barbadians. Man* store* may be affected bv the electricity cuts, but one store that is not inc nvenienced Is Mr. Jack Ashby's Drug Store in Swan street. This store is equipped with gas lights similar to those that are seen on the roads. nby said that these lights 'lied by his father sometime in 1938 when the island was suffering from electricity cuts. M is understood that a few of ill are installed in houses MSI Lawrence. They are ignited in the "Old l-amp-Ughter" fashion. At about 4.30 p.m. on Wednesday the motor van M-467, owned by Messrs. Ince Si Co., Ltd Roebuck Street, and driven by Colerbin. mounted an embankment at Beckles Road and damaged a house belonging to Charles Hamblln. It ii understood that the embankment is about 12 feet high. CHRIST CHURCH The IOM of seven boards and three sheets of galvanize was reported by Valda Chase of St. Davids. The articles were taken from the residence of Helen Howard of the same address on Wednesday. A Fire of unknown origin broke out at Fair View Tenantry at -ibout 12.30 p.m. on Wednesday and destroyed 400 holes of first crop npe canes belonging to Keturah Clarke. The blaze extended to an adjoining field and burnt 150 holes of first crop ripe canes belonging to Vincent Phillips. None of the damage was covered by insurance. ST. THOMAS The Police are making investigations following a report made bv Miriam Butcher of Hopeweli. which stated that at about 1.00 Un. yesterday, while she was in bed, her house was set on Are. ST. PETER McDonald Luraa fell from a truck at about 9.00 p.m. on Wednesday while on Mullins Road and struck his head. He is now detained at the General Hospital. It is understood that Lucas and tuo other men were on form of the motor lorry S-232. driven by Kenneth Broome of Queen Street. Lucas was holding I cow. The lorry skidded while going around a bend and Lucas fell. A Fire of unknown origin at Road View at about 12.45 p.m. on Wednesday destroyed a quarter of an acre of third crop iatoon> betonatlna lo A. H. GUIW of the %  una address. The ratoons were not injured. Advocate, Jam. 1925) Ml Id OLONIAL TOURNAMIM Barbado. Declare* Fire* hi.. Cloae at 281 for H The second match between Bai bados and Jamaica uyestcrday, Sunday intervening. 00 a perfect wicket. The weather during the early hours of the morning was threatening, but the clouds were broken Up north-eaat breezes and fully cool day was the i %  Barbados resumed thi innings with the score at .11 (Ot one wicket iP it Ti.nlton>. Th not out batsmen E. L. G. Hoad 15 and G. Francis 6, took the score to HI before a separation took place. Francis was the iii>t to go after contributing a well played 47 the .idditi overmuht score being 41. Ince took his place ai ahip bet%  ,,„, n,, -(l yielded 13 runs, Ince was dismissed by Nunes. Holt taking the catch, after Uiiuheo. Joined Hoad. but the lattei followed Ince tht runs Inter, Roe getting him l.b.w. for 56. He like Francis also added 41 ru overnight score. Archer filled the vacancy. Kidney; ,>, %  ,.,.,, however came soon after, his contribution being 10. was now 150 Barllett mined Archer another brief pertm-i Archer was soon tak< n wiekgtibMpaf ofl oas deliveries for 17. Then -stand of the innings between Bartlett and C F Ri partnership which vielded 114 runs Rartletfs Innings of 61 was delightful Browne urvn-.-d him however, and was 50 not out when his skipper declared. SHOE AI BARGAIN PRICES. | LADIES' Bad, T..„ u4 Navy Fancy Sho„, While Siuidnls nnd Court Styles %  IMS UVD I %  1III.DRENS SHOKS-i„ a Vnrirl, „l Styles mid a Pair Range of Sixes ALL TO BE CLEARED REGARDH6S OF COST The (;,„„|s ,. aIV ufterini; m mil -In,p. "ili-il nr old rtmh IgfJ are inir.K lypw and tlylM m have decided to | discontinue. nil I! \Rtl.\l\s l\( 1,1'liK GENTS SHOES REUHC1 % %  nSSM $13.50 to $8.00 AMI LADIES SHOES FROM $5.50 .... to $3.00 DMIM than arc many other lines nil reduced on -Why not visit m lo-day and main van Gbaiaa. ui ihe nuaaa Beaamn scale HARRISON'S HARDWARE DEPT Dial 2364. "Sorry I can't SM you!" Sf /Don't let this '.-*'--,-,','-.USE A RfPPINGILLES BLUE-FLAME STOVE '/ DOM HEGLECT LITTLE BUMS THI IHINO TO USI IS UNGUENTINE %  horf-wo 4t hol iooHur>a. ailrMplx UNCUCNIINt ..II do to. • IIIIIVI ".IN •ftOMI IH*ICHON •"O-OII Ht.,,NsA NOaWKH -c,.auc. FOR EASY & CLEAN COOKING A.S.BRYDEN& SONS (B DOS) LTD. AGENTS. ST. JOSEPH RuUiwrn Walker ot Venture, St. %  aba injured his left hand while working at Andrew's Factory. He was treated by Dr. Johnson. P.M.O.. oi the parish. A Small Phi. belonging to Parlor of Parrls Village. was missing for two days but was early on Wednesday morning. It was fount; entangled in some vines In a cane held by Timothv Small. It was hUte* in the Round-Up that Ashtun Illackmanof 1 C. captured bb wicketi at a cost of 300 runs. This should have read Blackman captured 55 keu and scored 900 runs. PIGEON CHOW The most nutritious Food that caa b* had for Pigeons One of Purina's best, and obtainable al H. JASON JONES & CO., LTD. V.V.V.V.V.V.V.V.V Tlie Prettiest Buttons you ever saw . A very wide raagr al I. Mill I DMM HI I IONS in Ihe maul esauialte shidn.. design, and %  tjlfa sulUblr far any kind gf %  any llv any r of da> r niihl. SWiVENIR BILLFOLDS made of real leather ulth map of Harhulu. engr n. .1 „„ „„ | lic l, CAVESHEPHERD 10. 11. 12 i 13 Broad Street