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The Barbados advocate
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‘45,000 Bu tchers
| Revolt In Britain

‘Food Ministry Stop Killing

LONDON, Jan. 27.












































A speat supplies.

a vay Roacand butchers all over Britain have refused
fo pay an increase from next Monday in the Government
on their purchases of meat from two pence to nine
Ȣ in the pound sterling.

A eet ne To-day tine Food Ministry's

_ “ piolennie agents in London noti-

more than 5,000 ers.

o(] Missions 5,0 butchers,

through their organisation, that
no meat woule be issued for the
capital next week, unless they
agreed to pay tne new mi reuse.

Slaughte: rouses in Sunderland,
Durham, received an order from
the Ministry cf Food to-day to
stop all killings of avimais im-

6 Blockade
In Berlin

BERLIN, Jan. 27. | mediately.
dreds of German lorries! This instruction was believed to
Yomed quees many kilometres} have been given to slaughter

‘ both sides of the Soviet zonal
Te hee point at Marienberg today
a ’ac¢ German police continued
ir delaying tactics.

Central German canals are
oven up, and only rail traffic,
sql air services and Allied road
~nsport ran normally.

' Members of Allied Missions in
lin are now facing a special
blockade of their own.

Tost Sunday an American train
s held up at Helmstadt because
razilian diplomat was aboard
“documents were not in

houses all over the country.
The Food Ministry later tenied
that it had given ‘its agents in
London any aiutthority tc threaten
to cut off meat supplies.—Rester.

Big Govt. Sale



Expenditure
(Barbados Advocate Correspondent)
ANTIGUA, Jan. 27.
On Thursday the Government
held a sale of seven buildings at
Coolidge Base as an experiment to
see if there is a possibility of
Antigua’s Government recovering
some of the $165,000 paid for the
Base.
Women make frequent sales but
this one might almost be termed
}men’s_ only, Buildings fetched
$12,500 thus placing the Govern-
ment in a reasonably good posi-
tion to recover the expenditure
through the balance of remaining
buildings.
Administrator R. St. J. Wayne

The Russian authorities have be-
m to tell them when they seek
of interzonal travel per-
niis that they must apply to the
tompetent German authorities”
he East German Government.
is no western Government re-
wmises Wilhelm Pieck’s Republic
leit Missions in Berlin find that
y have to take a plane if they
wish to leave or enter Berlin.

The German Ministry of the
for tonight suddenly an-
d that all lorries entering
ing Berlin must in future
ded with a special pass,
by the People’s Police.
pouncement did not speci-
the regulation would
ly to the: Autobahn, which
Berlin with Germany

ye

wha
who was present, seemed reason-
ably satisfied, also chief buyer
John I, Martin who is developing
1 village at Brigginho Ottos.

(By Cable)



iches of Rain: |
8 Die Per Day
‘InB.G. Floods

bados Advocate Correspondent)
GEORGETOWN, Jan. 27.
Wnment continued an un-
battle qjainst the tioods
= sul continuous rains raised
pwater levels and by four the
wewrological Department re-
inches, 54 parts for the
Mi so far.
od waters in several districts
ached 1934 level and Mahaica-~
uCony area was one sheet of

Duke Of Edinburgh
Will Join Bevin
In Cairo

CAIRO, Jan 27

British Foreign Minister, Ernest
Bevin, looking fit and rested, was
welcomed by cheering Egyptian
crowds when he arrived here to-
day for talks with Egyptian lead-
ers. He is on his way home from
the Colombo Commonwealth Con-
ference.

The Duke of Edinburgh, who,
arrived earlier from Suez, and is
to join Bevin as a guest of the
British Ambassador, Sir Ronald
Campbell, bought presents in
Bagdad for him this morning.

Reuter

d

A Tough’ wirv'y on the East
east, revealed cows dying at the

of 10 and 12 per day and
are more carcases than cows.

Gover nment technicians were
Â¥ considering a proposal to cut

and provide more out-
In every district villagers |
# mass meetings, forwarding
muons to Government for im-
mule telief and late today the
ane a Conference with



Can Destroy |
The World

LONDON, Jan, 27.

There is little doubt that, within
a few decades or years, any power
with modern industrial resources
will be able to destroy the world,
today’s London Times said.

The Times scientific correspond-
ent wrote in an article on the
Hydrogen Bomb: “The destruc-
tiveness of the subsidiary hydro-
gen material, and its unlimited
plenty, point to the _ possibil-
ity of greatly increasing the de-
structive power of any stock of
uranium 235 or plutonium, which
will still be needed to initiate the
hydrogen reaction,

“How far the hydrogen project

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M Esseguibo Coast radio
, me maggaaes reported
ice was suspended
Tad at Huist Dieren was
making it impassable.

factories were hard hit,

of bags of padi were
pd by rising waters and
of the coast is de-
a8 Essequibo Lakes
Verflowing, A}] along the

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ols are close has advanced is not, of course,
Tom back fate ane BPs. known outside. However, there is
ere, © are SV8D) little doubt that within a few

decades, if not a few years, it will
be possible for any power with
modern industrial resources to de-
stroy the world as we know it”.
—Reuter.

D.C. Workers
threaten Strike

_ 8rator Stow Speaks To-night

e Sol Appears |
a ish Guiana

AdVovate Correspondent)
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i OWN, bc. Jan. 27
George Weld, $.J., Vicar
a British Guiana and

~~ came out brilliantly

y at 3
ci Georgetown but by 4
ms rose and rains

08.—(By Cable)

‘



(Barbados Advocate Correspondent)

LUCIA, Jan. 27.
The Workers Unions Executive
rejected the Reconstruction Com-
missioners’ wage compromise offer
on behalf of the Colonial Develop-
ment Corporation and fixed mid-
night Sunday as the deadline,
otherwise they are going to strike
on Monday. The Seamens’ Union

issued ; intimated that they were sym-
a pri pines to-day pathetic and won't handle cargo
wil om Toughout the] for C_D.C.
r Massa; Special prayer
. Gaily for ime} It further disclosed that the
Methodist ; majority of the Unions in the
a Synod meetings} Caribbean which have been cir-

n
ted Sympaty, Passed a resolu-j cularised have pledged assistance,

Q 4 With and deep! which swells the world confeder-
the pe ;
y are



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— an iN= | ing n Friday of the Exec
. sCorgetowners | nounced that the Admi
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ter? +h e

(By Cable) f

on Saturday on the B
wage rates.—(By Cable}



“BUTCHERS’ REVOLT” today threatened London's

Helps Refund |

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~ Italy Will
Administer
Somaliland

GENEVA, Jan. 27.

The United Nations Trusteeship
Council today completed the ap-
and
annexation for the administration

proval of the agreement

of Somaliland by Italy.

The Council recommended later

today to adopt the agreement.

Italy will then immediately ad-
pending
approval of the agreement by the

minister the territory

General Assembly,

The Chinese delegate, Dr, Shin
Shou Liu, today objected to tha
continued use of the words “for-
for the

mer Italian Somaliland”
territory.

It was finally decided the agree-

ment shall be known as “The to a friend. His friend told
Trusteeship Agreement for the him how his wife had been
Territory of Somaliland under asked to pay $1.60 for one

Italian Administration” . pound of fresh butter, The

Tt was also agreed that at the scribe who was getting good
end of Italy’s 10-year period of fresh butter at 84 cents per
edministration. the people of lb. was touched. He wrote
Somaliland shall he free to choose a piece in the paper point-
the name for the territory.—- ing out the exorbitant price
Reuter. that was being asked for

Bandit King
Wants Pardon

PALERMO, Sicily, Jan. 27,

The Sicilian bandit king, Sal-
vatore Guiliano, hinted today
that he wanted a Government
pardon,

In a letter to the newspaper, de-
livered by an unknown courier,
the killer of 100 policemen wrote
from his mountain hide - out:
“Peace cannot be achieved by
persecution, but by tolerance and
pardon.

“And the peace ang prosperity
of a people reflect the greatness
of its leaders,”

His letter broke the silence of
his mother, who was detained and
now released. Guiliano said that
he had received news of the re-
lease with “great joy”, but he
charged that her ten-month im-
prisonment, awaiting trial, was
“unjust”, and added that the alle-
gations made against her were
“calumnies” .

He had earlier promised public-
ly that when his mother was
freed he would “vanish”.—Reuter.



MeNeil Receives
Foreign. Callers

LONDON, Jan. 27.
Hector McNeil, British Minister
of State, today received Italian,
Austrian and Cuban callers at the
Foreign Office.
+ The first caller was the Cuban
‘Minister, Dr. Roberto Mendoza.
McNeil then had a farewell

visit from Dr, Heinrich Schmidt, }'

Austrian Minister in London who
is leaving London next w to
become Austrian Minister in Paris.
At MeNeil’s request, the Italian
Ambassador, C. Duke Tomaso
Gallarati - Scotti, called at mid-
day. It was believed that McNeil
wanted to discuss the Transfer of
Somaliland to Italian Trusteeship,
and to ask whether the Ambas-
sador could give a date for the
sailing of Italian troops from
Naples to take over from British
troops in Somaliland, —Reuter.

SYRIAN PRESIDENT
INVITED TO RETURN



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ALEXANDRIA, Jan. 27
A 30-man Syrian Mission ar-
rived here today to invite the
exiled former Syrian President,
Shukry El Kuwatry Bey, “to re-
irn to his country” .—-Reuter.














HEAVENLY HOST ARMY
MASS IN SEMELCIRCLE

BANDUNG, Jan. 27

Troops of Westerling’s “Army of the Heavenly Host” and
of the fanatical Moslem, Dr U1 Islam Army were today
massing in a semi-circle south of here, according to reports
reaching Indonesian and Dutch Army headquarters here.

eeeorlereen inne tee Pere enaynen ‘} A large Dar UI Islam concen-
tration was also reported to be
encircling Tasikmalaja, a town of
60,000. people, south east of Ban-

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there can be too much pri-
vate enterprise when it
comes to foodstuffs the fol-
lowing true story speaks for
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Result the good lady who
sold the butter for 84 cents
has pushed her price up to
$1.20 a pound.

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Dutch May
Recognise

Red China

THE HAGUE, Jan. 27
Russian recognition of the
United States of Indonesia may
bring nearer the Dutch recogni-
tion of Communist China, accord-
ing to usually well-informed po-
litical circles here,

It was felt that Indonesian re-
cognition of China would soon
follow Soviet recognition of Indo-
nesia. Holland and Indonesia are
known to have been in close con-
tact over the question of recog-
nising the Mao Tse-Tung Govern-
ment,

dung.

Dutch forces were in the pro-
cess of withdrawing from Tasik-
malaja in accordance with The
Hague agreement.

The situation amounts to a war |
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Indones
and

between the
Westerling

of
ian

nerves
Army,

Dar Ui Islam, but Indonesian and |
believe |
1e

Dutch military observers
only a spark is needed to
whole of West Java ablaze

The warrant for Westerling’
arrest signed yesterday by Indo-
nesian Defence Minister, the Sul-
tan of Jogjakarta, has increased
the tension.

Reports from Djakarta say that
the Indonesians are forbidding

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It is thought thats Russia will
no longer oppose Indonesia’s ap-
plication for membership of the
United Nations once both Holland

Chinese Communists.—Reuter.



| SN a

ROME, Jan. 27.

Signor Alcide
Christian Democrat leader, to-day
formed a new
three Party Ital-

and Indonesia have recognised the day.

DE GASPERI FORMS
SIXTH CABINET



DON’T MISS [T. SIR

access to the Premier of the Pas-
undan State Government, Anwar
Tjokromasio, who was arrested
on Wednesday.

Frail Body

The United States of Indonesia
was legally a frail body, “but the
T.N.I. (former Indonesian Repub-
lican Army) are trying to wipe
out our State by arrests and ter-
rorism’’, a leading member of the
Pasundan “Indeperidence Groyp”
said to-day.

A T.N.I. senior officer claimed
that the T.N.I, was taking action,
because some members of the
Pasundan Parliament were “in
league with Westerling or Dar Ul
Islam, or both,”

Machine guns were covering
roadblocks, and troops guarded
all the main entrances to the city;
though such precautions were
insufficient to stop a determined
attack, or gradual infiltration into
the city

It is known that several Wes-
terling units have masqueraded
as 'T.N.I.—-a simple process merely
involving wearing a scarlet scarf
and a brown straw hat.

Dutch army authorities to-day
handed to Indonesian Prime Min-
ister, Hatta, and the United
Nations Commission the details
of the events at Bandung when
the ex-Dutch Commando Captain
“Tureo” Westerling led his “Army
of the Heavenly Host” in a light-
ning attack on the city on Mon-

—Reuter.



necessitated by the refusal of the

De Gasperi, Liberals to take part again.

Sforza, 77-year-
old Independent
Republican, con-

Count Carlo

ian Government, tinues as For-
committed to a | PATRICK HASTINGS] cian naanctes.
120,000,000, 0 0 0 » Randolfo Pac-
lire programme tells the TALE OF THE cirdi, Republi-
of agricultural STOLEN PEARLS in| can, aged 50,
development. + ae . who fought
This plan to Monday’s Evening Advo- against his Fas-
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in Spain, retains
Defence—a post

South involves made increasing-

the confiscation — ly important by

of a million acres of big unde- the Atlantic Pact

Veloped estates, and their distri- Mario Deelba, Christian Demo-

bution arnong landless peasant: cTat, aged 48 mair t the Inte-
The 18 man Cabinet Signor rior Ministr ‘ rded he

De Gasperi's sixth since the War bulwark J t militant

includes 12 Christian Democrats,
jthree Right wing Socialists, and
three Republicans

The six changes made from that
‘which resigned 16 days ago were

munism
Ke}

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inancial ind econo
to three Christian Demo-

and to one Rict

ist.—Reuter

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head of the Bank of China and}
brothersin-law of Generalissimo
| Ch n Kai Shek, filed a suit,
laiming the none from he]
Bank
Wells Fargo Bank officials said
that the deposit would be kept
until a cour; decided who should |
have it.—Reuter, ite

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U.S. Voters In U.K. Elections

Will Lose Nationality

LONDON, Jan.

Thé American Embassy war..ed
all Americans in Britain to-day
that they will loose their nation-
ality, if they vote in the Bri-.ish
General Elections,

This is in accoraanece with the
Nationality Act of 1940 ana ap-
plies to an American who vo.es,
either legally or illegally, ia a
foreign election, the embassy sid

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between the Queen Mary
(bottom ) and Brittanic
(top) is the Mauretania
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Sinks In

AFTER COLLISION

LONDON, Jan.
Five men jumped to saféty whe.
the 200-ton Dutch motor’ vesse:
Delta sank in the Thames nea
ihe Tewer..Bridge. and. the. heart
of the city of London early today,
after a collision with a British
collier,
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— $1,000 Million Worth Of
_ Arms Will Go To Europe
— “Only Strength Will

Ensure Peace”— Acheson
WASHINGTON, Jan. 27.

Britain
Welcomes
Pact With US

LONDON, Jan, 27.
The British Government tonight
|“warmly welcomed “the bilateral
;Arms Aid Agreement with
| the United States, but warned
that Britain was unable to “under-



mitments” to mutual aid without
endangering her economic recov-
ery.

A Foreign Office spokesman said
that the agreement was consid-
ered “a very good bargain’. Diffi-
culties which had arisen during
the negotiations threayning con-
clusion of the agreement had been
completely met. The Foreign Office
explained that Britain was already
the maximum contribu-
tion to Mutual Aid by facilities
given to Americans in Britain and
her “large contribution’ to defence

under the Brussels and North
| Atlantic Treaties. The agreement
; Save a new impetus to arrange-

ments being made to increase the
individual and collective capacity

| of member countries to resist any

attack upon them” the Department
added,

Reciprocal Aid, which Britain
will provide towards Atlantic De-

fence, was defined by the Foreign |

Office spokesman as (1) Assistance
by Britain to Atlantic Pact mem-
bers, other than the United States,

(2) Facilities for American
forces in Britain.

(3) Payment ot a maximum of
L5S300" up: to June 30 fer the
administrative expenses of thq
Mutual Defence Assistance Mis-
sion, handling the scheme at the
American Embassy in London.

river at the time of the collision
The five—four Dutenmen anc The Foreign Office spokesman
the British pilot jumped at thc} stated tonight that Britain had

moment on to a launch man

the pilot’s two sons.

last
ned by

jumped too late, but was pickec
up from the water exhausted anc
taken to a London hospital,

The pilot described their rescu|
as “ a real stroke of luck”. }

The Delta owned by D. Davids)
of Delfzijl, Holland, was carrying|
a cargo of stone up river, |

Tower Bridge—Loncpn's famous |
“lifting bridge’—is a few hundred|
yards from the Tower of London|
and from the capital’s business}
centre.

Police launches and tugs with]
searchlights soon lit up the sceng|
of the sinking, and a wreck buoy}
was moored to mark the spot.

—Keuter.

Pope Will
Identify Tomb
Of St. Peter

ROME, Jan. 27

Vatican sourees said the Pope
has chosen the eleventh anniver-
sary of his election—-March 2
to make an announcement about
St, Peter's Tomb At the same
time, they said, he will inaugur-
ate the grottoes brought to light
beneath the huge Basilica by the
excavations around the Apostle’s
Tomb.

The Pope’s announcement will
confirm the ancient Catholic tra-
dition that St. Peter was buried
beside Nearos Circus, where he
was martyred and that the Bas-
ilica -v2< built over his tomb 300
yesrs later by Constantine. It
was not said whether the bones
of St. Peter were found in the
tomb. According to one report,
these were discovered in a stone
casket which now lies in a place
of honour in the Pope’s private
vhapel on the third hoor of the
Vatican Palace,

The Vatican has refused to
comment on reports about the
discovery of the bones.

They are expected to tell the
full story of what they found in
a book to be issued shortly in
Rome—after the Pope's announce-
ment.—-Reuter

|
A fifth Dutenman, Simatin, |



Bank Waits For
Court Decision

SAN FRANCISCO, Jan. 27.
The Chinese Communist regime
have asked an American Federal
Court to, forbid the Wells Fargo
Bank to surrender a $626,800 de-
posit of the Bank of China to the

Chinese Nationalist Government

Last month, H, S. Kung, former |





notified the United States Govern-
ment that the agreement would
come into force at the moment of
signature. The agreement is con-

sequently now in force,—Reuter,

Flu Closes 29
Jap Schools

TOKYO, Jan 27

Japan’s two months old influ-
enza break is now worse around
Kobe on the main island, where
it has closed
officially announced to-day. |
Altogether 30,706 cases have been
reported Reuter



PRESIDENT TRUMAN tonight approved the
secret Atlantic Pact Master Defence Plan,

clearing the way for America to send $1,000,000,000

worth of arms to seven European nations.

-*' Shortly before the approval,
State Secretary, Dean Acheson,
signed bi-lateral re-armament

agreements with the seven nations
—France, Belgium, The Nether-

lands, Luxembourg, Norway,
Denmark, and Britain.
Secretary of State Dean

Acheson said that the. Bi-lateral
Arms Aid Agreements signed to-
day were designed to ensure that
the Democratic institutions of the
North Atlantic Treaty Powers —
may continue to thrive and pros-
per.

“Free nations must be strong
to remain free’ Acheson said at
the signing ceremony this after-
noon

The Mutual Defence Assistance
Programme will contribute to the
growth of strength and security
in all of these nations.”

“The peoples of the North
Atlantic community value peace
and freedom above all other

things, and they are determined
to take whatever measures may
be required to preserve them,
Acheson added.
Collective Strength

In the world to-day, this de-
pends upon their being strong and
;JOining their collective strength
in support of the cause of peace
and freedom

The signing of the North Atlan-

tie Treaty was a recognition of
this need and a reflection of the
will of the free nations of the
North Atlantic community to
achieve the

primary
the United Nations

ance of
security

purpose of
is—the mainten-
International peace and





“The North Atlantic Treaty is
based upon the principle of self-
help and mutual aid. If its pur-
poses are to be attained, each
member must do its utmost to
strengthen itself and provide its
fair share in helping to Strengthen
the others.

The agreements, which have
been concluded to-day, represent
a major concrete step in further-
ance of this principle.—Reuter

Truman Kisses

The Bride

WASHINGTON, Jan. 27.
President Truman kissed tha
bride when he attended the wed-
omg reception here of Miss Dru-
cié Snyder, 24-year-old daughter
of Treasury Secretary John Sny-
der, and Major John Ernest Hor-
ton, 4 White House Military Aide
The wedding and reception, the
big event of Washington’s winter
Social season, drew an aristocratic
assembly of government, political



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Champagne for the 1,100 guests
was pumped through a_ huge

“champagne fountain”.—Reuter,

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gaTU ——

Ipc ADVERSE BALANCE

|yows BIG REDUCTION
VP ill At $4,939,825

(Barbados Advocate Correspondent)
GEORGETOWN, (By Mail).
‘ Guiana S adverse trade balance for 1949 has shown
pris tial reduction over 1948, as imports and exports
eee ime peak as recorded in year-end’ figures just

+ git al!
1948 Trading @———_—___ sin

oe y's ;
he colony — by in 1948. Outside earnings by rice
“a $11,319,105. oan _| realised $3,097,774 compared with
for 1949 eranin $47 718° $9,060,508 in 1948.
is pared Ww Pree ote alata exports dropped by
ote, while the ee $104,986 lbs. Timber, = which
Pa 5 $45,818,701 during oa only a negligible amount was
PP nc, $36,542,445 sal eh | shipped to Canada represented a
trade eae while total of $1,003,484 or $36,043 less
Ms therefore $4,93 ' 78 394 than 1948, Molasses brought to the
at $11, kK “,.{| Colony in shipments to the U.K.
¢ from the Unite NS} and Canada $434,833 or $182,842





23,730,683,
punted to $23,730,638 more than 3948,
S capatia, $7,980,525, from) Ail gold exports were made tc |

the U.S.A. and these amounted
io 16,331 ounces valued at $622,-
225 as against 16,025 ounces valued

British possessions, $7,319, -

from foreign countries

al ‘exports Of] 1+ 66 ;
Of the “ec haif of the| “* $529.983 in 1948,
paler mount — ($22,756,459)

to the Dominion

Canada. United King-
ana, 516,020,189, the
68,638, and other
‘ti ‘possessions took $4,325,-

B.G. Drinking And
Selling More Rum

GEORGETOWN, (By Mail). ;
British Guiana exported in}
1949 3,683,088 proof gallons of
s , .o| }4in as compared with 3,211,293
of the Colony’s produce| in 1948. Last year’s exports were |
$118,481; Neth-| valued at $4,763,533 exceeding the

West Indies—$88,626:| 1948 total by $51,714.
ds Guiana (Surinam)—/ —Tocal consumption in 1949 was|
s+ Sweden—$103,607; Vene- | 362,830 proof gallons earning for
457,567; and Argentine—| Government $2,267,691 in excise

1 of $49,758,526

4 duty. In 1948 duty collected was |
Gand tote Oe ed. into| 92°040,245.

“gf goods importec

: manures, sulphate |

foreign countries
; SP fairly substantial







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}

| Lieu-Ho, the Panda.
“Well on the mend now,”
fats mixed with milk.
Lieu-Ho comes from Sxechwan,
radioed an appeal for her for



Commercial |
Exam Results

}
The following results have been
received from Pitman’s Commer-|
cial College, England. |
URSULINE CONVENT |
TYPEWRITING
ELEMENTARY: D. Cuz
field, A. Ashby, J. Ramsey
INTERMEDIATE: S.. Egglesfield
Watson, D. Curwin, J Ramsey
SHORTHAND



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nia, and sugar manufac- Labour Leaders

: ' ted
See too. All the su Warned Off

000. All the sugar
* Bees machinery and sul-
‘of ammonia came from the GEORGETOWN, (By Mail).
Chief Justice, Sir Newnham ;
Worley, on Monday granted an|
application restraining Dr. J.
P. Lachhmansingh, President of |
the Guiana Industrial Workers |
Union from entering upon lands |
at Uitvlugt belonging to Messrs. |
Bookers Demerara Sugar Estates |
Ltd. until determination of $2,000 |
damages claim against him
alleged trespass.
f

Dr. Lachhmansingh and Mr. |
Amos Rangela, Seeretary of the|
Union, are alleged to have tres-|
passed on the estate’s lands on|
December 1, 1949, and for which
the proprietors not only claimed
$2,000 damages from each of them,
but asked the Supreme Court to
grant an interim injunction re-|
straining them from entering upon
the said lands until heering of the
case,






























|
|
|

. ion manufactured piece

imported totalled $2,483,479
tificial piece goods amount-
$1,956,576 or more than
pover the imports of the

aos drop of $843,512 in
» of flour imported, the
for 1949 being $3,137,781,
for 1948 $3,981,293.

than $300,000 worth of
atus was imported
‘year, compared with 1948.
imports for 1949 were

“Milling machinery and
nt to the extent of $75,195
pported last year and all
the U.K.

Exports

again held top place in ’
t of in 1949 with a At a previous hearing when an
of $21, order of restraint was granted
0 against Mr. Rangela, Dr. Lachh-
nts an increase of| Mansingh asked and was granted
be the value of sugar| 2 two-week postponement in
for 1948. Last year’s ex-| order to file opposition to con-
amounted to 37,140 tons| tinuation of an interim injunction
than that of 1948. In 1948] previously granted against him.
clon rted 136,673 tons} An application on Monday for
$16,453,319. Of the total! further postponement was refused

2,903 or nearly half
exports of the Colony. |

oe

i }tons worth $11,-| by the Chief Justice and the order|
went'to Canada, whilst} made against him.
WS valued $9,183,281

to the U.K. Sugar exports

tose by over $4,000,000
tar above the 1948 figures,
mly by half million dollars

Diamond Hunt
In Brit. Guiana

(Barbados Advocate Correspondent) |
GEORGETOWN, (By Mail). |
Mr. T. P. Larken has applied |
for exclusive permission to ex-
plore for diamonds in five puna



a ; e
bquxite
Nei on to second place
of exports, 1,757,65(
Shipped earning
» This amount is 115,516
the exports of 1948
sed $2,497,415 more than
Hous year.
received 1,591,561
} United Kingdom
fons; the U.S.A. 126,255
other foreign countries
tons while othe
Dossessions took the
ing 30 tons.
Guiana under contrac-
nts shipped to the
in 1949 26,105 tons
ed with 17,530 tons

Cat
ea miles of land in the Kurupung
" River area of British Guiana. Th:
3,200-acre tract is reported to be}
located in one of the richest known |
diamond bearing districts — the
Mazaruni District—of the Colon ;.
The Kaituma Gold Mines Ltd_,|
has also applied for an exclusi\ .
!





permission to search for diamonc's |
over an area of 5,825 acres in the
North West District, and in the
same district, adjoining the Vene -
zuelan frontier, Mr, Alfred Coopc ry
has asked for permission to ex-|}
plore an area of approximately |
9,600 acres—also for diamonds.




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ELEMENTARY S. Egglesfield

THEORY: S. Raggiesfiéid, L. Watso
S Spencer |
SPEED: G. Chadderton (70), §. Spencer |
(60), S. Egglesfieid, (50 J. Wat |
(56), J. Watson (60)

BOOK-KEEPING |
ELEMENTARY: S. Eggiesfield
ST. PATRICK'S SCHOOL
TYPEWRITING
ELEMENTARY: J. Garcia, D. Hackett



INTERMEDIATE: J. Garcia, Y. Dotti:
J. Sutherland, O. Jones
SHORTHAND
ELEMENTARY: J. Garcia, 0. Jones,, |
Y. Clarke,
INTERMEDIATE, (Theory): J. Gare
Collymore.

BOOK-KEEPING
ELEMENTARY: J

Gareia, D, Hackett!



B.G. Team Here
On Wednesday

THE British Guiana team will
be arriving here by special flight
on Wednesday Ist. February,
according to the Secretary of the
Barbados Cricket Association. The
visitors are expected to touch
down at Seawell around 2 p.m.,,
and arrangements have been
made for the Oval to be at their
disposal daily.

Mr. Kenneth Wishart, Secreta:y

of the BG. Cricket Board of
Control, has expressed his
appreciation of the full co-|
operation received from the |

Barbados Cricket Association.

Bradman Bat For
op B.G. Seorer

GEORGETOWN, (by Mail).

A “Don Bradman Test” cricket
bat will be presented to the
British Guiana batsman whio,
makes the highest aggregate in|
the forthcoming Inte: colonial
Cricket Tournament in Barbados.

This prize is offered by Messr
Booker Bros. Sports Dept., who
have stipulated and insisted on
consistency of performance

9% Dividend



(Barbados Advocate Corresponde
CASTRIES, (By Mail).

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per cen

A dividend of nine
has been declared by the St
Lucia Co-operative Bank, Ltd..}

the

in respect of the work of
1949.

institution for







| SEEN ON HER FEET for the firs

according to Zoo Superintendent Cansdale.

China, has been suffering from a vitamin deficiency
bamboo shoots in the carly stages of her illness.—Express,

; would be fittings included in that

| would no doubt be a good thing
| if they
j was the

| new runway

depth of soil for removal was in " con-
the region. of three and haif} curred in, and the Council
feet adjourned sine die.

The figure of $1,200,000 was a
{figure which lappened to be} Lb: e |
prepared before the full data on Mobile Cinema
certain aspects was available, oi
sent to the Secretary of State f

| the Colonies. It was a provisional

| figure inasmuch consideration During next week the Mobile
of a grant or application for a| Cinema will be giving five shows.
rant by the Colonial Office to tt On Monday a private show will
Treasury invariably tool, tir be given at the St. Joseph’s Alms-
. house. Tuesday's show will be
A Difficulty for the people of Lancaster area
It was very difficuit in the} and it will be given in the Lan-|
absence of any comparable caster Plantation yard, St. James.|
in Barbados to estimate accurate-| On Wednesday a show will be
ly the cost of such work as tt given in the Shrewsbury Boys’
one being considered, They had] School yard, St. Philip, while on
no experience of work of that) Thursday residents of St. Thomas
| Size and very little information a8] will benefit from a show in Clif-|

regards the costs of such thing4| ton Plantation yard.

as transportation etc

THE BARBADOS ADVOCATE



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t time since her illness at Christmas’ was Zoo convalescent No. 1
Liev-Ho is eating porridge

The B.B.C.

$500,000 Voted for Runway.



|did not follow the remarks made |
by the Acting Colonial Secretary
as regards the lighting. Did he say
that the money for lighting the |
present runway would be in the}

estimate for the conduits that
would take lighting to the runway,
but no provision for lighting itse/t,
which as he understood would be

by revote of the existing previsiun | 6stimates? It seemed futile to him|
in the estimates. to try to get the new runway

As regards the terminal build-|eStablished as quickly as possible,
ing, there was no provision ‘or|if after it was established they
them in the present contract. 1yjhad to wait several months for

the lighting arrangements.

The Acting Colonial Secretary |
explained that the money in the |
estimate was for lighting the pre-|
; sent runway, whicn was at the!
moment lit by flares. As the pro= }

could be extended, but it]
view of the Government
that first things should come first,
and it was essential to have the

On the point yade by Mr.; posal for the new runway came |
| Evelyn as regards the actual|up for consideration, it was decided |
estimate, the Acting Coloniaj/to continue lighting the present |
Secretary said he would repeat/runway by flares, and purchase}

that the original figure which had,
been given in September on the
question of the construction of the
new runway was not an estimate
but only a suggestion. That poiut

lighting equipment for the new|

runway. |
Mr. Pile asked if arrangements |

for doing so were yet in hand
The Acting Colonial Secretary |

had been strongiy emphasised! said no. Provision would be in-
then cluded in the estimates for the
The Reason | coming financial year.

The reason why a figure had Mr. rile repliec that the esti- |
been given was that it was con+| Mates generally came out shortly
sidered that unless some figure} before the end of March. Would
was given neither chamber ci| the Government wait until then
| the Legislature would be prepared] to order the lighting equip*nent?
to entertain any application or| He knew that machinery ordered
suggestion that he work be these days often took quite a long
undertaken time to be delivered.

At the time that that figure] The Acting Colonial Secretary
was given, he understood that} Said he could only give the assur-
those who, supplied it were basing| ance that they would take steps
it on the hope that there wou'd] to ensure that that the equipment
be very little excavation of soil,|] Was obtained by the time the new

runway was completed,
The Resolution was then

But he believed that the estimated



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! Colonial Secretary, he would give School yard.



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Still On Show

THE Barbados Arts and Crafts |
exhibition at Queen's Park, con-
tinues to attract large numbers uf
hildren fiom the various schools
throughout the island.

Among the interesting exhibits
seen at the exhibition were some
paintings by C. B. D. Reeves a
pupil of Harrison College who pot
a number of prizes and certificates
for figure drawing and paintings
in colour.

Other prize Winners include
Dorothy Watson of Queen’s College
with a picture in colour depicting





a scene of Paradise Beach,
Dorothy King, also of Queen's

College, with a picture in colour}
illustrating a steamship in a stor m, |
Belinda Rust of Codrington High |}
School for a painting of water}
colours and John Coe who sent}
in a fine painting of Cailiaqua, }
St. Vincent. |

Landships _
On Parade |

Seven Landship Companie :
will meet at Holy Trinity Church
St. Philip to-morrow in a Churei
Parade. The ships are, the Duki





of York and the Norfolk of St.

Philip; the Victory, the Qucei

Elizabeth and the Queen Mer)

@ from page 5 the assurance that Government from Christ Church, and ihe

| ing to lay down a new runway}Was doing every thing possible to!Nelson and Iron Duke from St
and therefore did not order light+|ensure that the materials were| Michael.

ing for the old runway. That pro-; purchased at the lowest price{ Representatives of both parish-

vision would be untouched during} possible. }es in the House of Assembly have

| the present financial year. There} Hon'ble G. D. L, Pile said he! promised to attend the Service

which begins at 11 a.m The
ships will be under the supreme
command of Fleet Commander
Leon Marshall.

No S.S. For
Two Days

During the past two days, nm
Steamships called at Barbados
Last here was the S.S. “Comedian’
which arrived on Wednesday
evening to land a stowaway fron
Grenada.

Expected to arrive to-day i
the tourist liner “Mauretania.”





Stole Sour Grass;
‘ined 15/-

A decision of His Worship Mr

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j yesterday partly confirmed ana] Were forced to carry umbrellas | Also PAA fast, com-

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Mr. G. L, Taylor and H. A. thee Gini EES eatin @ service to: °
4 Assists oust © e st rainfall so far re |

aight ote tires a ak a MAM

Eagar Taitt of St, Andrew 15s.] Parts at District B, Boarded Hall |

for the larceny of sour grass val-} 9 Wednesday night up to 6 |

ued ls. The grass was the pro-| @â„¢. ae Thursday,

perty of Dudley Parris of Cler- Figures for ‘Thursday were | LONDON

mont Plantation, A donkey which District A 30 parts, B Boarded |

Taitt had with him at the time Hail 34 parts, C. St. Philip 19 New Double - Decked

of the larceny had been ordered] Parts, D St. Thomas 12 parts, Clipper Service be-

to be forfeited. ns nih eter 6. parts, FP. Bissex tween New York and
Their Honours confirmed the} “’, P&ts- i London

fine but varied the decision as to] ,,Heletown 20 parts, Crab Hill, |

the

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Beckles Road by His Worshiy
E. A. McLeod yesterday.

He was found guilty of
flying fish at a greater price th n| th
permitted on January 2 ‘|

He was given an alternative of}
2 months’ imprisonment

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PAGE THREE



Admitted
To Probate —

THE wills of five persons werg













Chief



the

Judge, Sir Allan
at yesterday's sitting of |
vere thoac vw. Sumer Arthur]
and Letitia Jane Lucas |
(St. Philip); Mary Frances Miller |
James Edwzsrd Henry W)-|

:St. Lucy). i
The Chief Judg> allowed the |
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The applicatioa was made by |
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Decree Granted

IN the Court for Divorce and
Matrimonial Causes yesterday |
His Honour the Chief Judge, Sir |
Allan Collymore, _ pronounced
lecree absolute in the suit of |
M. Grosvenor (Petitioner) and |
V. D. Grosvenor (Respondent). |
Phere was no order as to costs.

In this suit decree nisi was |
bronounced on December 9, 1949.
Mr. W. R. Douglas, instructed by
Messrs. Haynes & Griffith, rep- |
resented the petitioner.





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THE BARBADOS ADVOCATE



BARBADOS

mig hase

Stas



general public within recent months; and
the debate on a resolution to defray the
expenses of experts to draft the oil regula-
tions in this island gives further ground for
dissatisfaction.

In the first place it is questionable
whether the resolution was necessary at
all. It is an insult to the intelligent section
in this community to be told that it is
Necessary to send outside Barbados to find
people to draft leases and regulations by
which the Government will deal with the
company or companies who will drill for
oil. In the legal branch of the Civil Estab-
lishment of this island there is an Attorney-
Genera! and until recently an Assistant
and a Legal Draftsman. In addition to
these whole-time officers there is a Solicit-
or-General and a King’s Solicitor on whose
services the Government has first call.
Why it should be necessary to import some-
% one to do the job has not yet been satis-
A factorily explained. The reasons, however
sound they may be to the Government,
have not been vouchsafed to the general
public who will be called upon to foot the
bill.

But if it is admitted that there may be
good and sound reasons for the importa-
tion, the method of presenting the matter
to the Legislature was most unfortunate.

When the resolution first came to the
House the provision was for the sum of
$3,000 but when the discussion came off a
week later, the Leader of the House asked
for $20,000 instead. There was no justifi-
able reason given for the advance in the
sum. Honourable members who took ex-
ception to the increase were accused of
deliberately misunderstanding the posi-
tion. It was then that a compromise was

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3 Sa 7, jonmary 28, 1950 first journey into ee Aseb lends - f old imcense routes of ve 2 sh a Fair Gi A Bi ff Usually
: turday, it was as if she had been drawn the Hadramaut. She took only iti ndust res tf] |

4 : there by some mystical attraction one or two servants, and relied The Brit ! ries Faw | ALLSOPPS LAGER BEER—per bottie ...__. 26

\ } Sat Ee We ‘not revealed. to upon getting Arab sides cu.ney.| “THE British Industries Fair, the world’s |] 9yq: ae ee ew” Pe 6.24

: = sion which was not revea o successive stage of her y. 7 riti ndustries ° ' ,
wt Oil Trouble her until the appointed time. She In her book “The Southern Getes largest national trade fair, to be held in Lon- QUAKER CORN ' a one pkt ......., -32
my , ss has said = = a - ei she tells nee hae don and Birmingham from May 8 to 19, will GOLDEN BEAN I AR-per pkt. .. 22

% ; r ere for interest and pleasure; 1 ill in a desolate place ana ” = i!

} THE method of handling government is certainly among the most for- death by a narrow margin. The be larger and better than ever,” so said Mr. |; (COLONNADE STORES
a measures in the House of Assembly has jtunate journeys that have ever tender care of a guide, = pe Aubrey R. Starck, — ee eee

3 certain] reco i been undertaken into Arab lands attention of a chemist who hurried! Trade Commissioner in the es. COM vie a a -
q Pherae mmended itself to the | )\"sny European, for it started the to her help, saved her life until a| tinuing he stated: “The story of the Fair :

ow

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MNOGATE.

growth of lasting goodwill and
comradeship between herself and
the Arab people. Because of this
mutual understanding, she has
been able to do more than any
other person in recent years to
explain their point of view to the
English-speaking world. It has
been her constant endeavour to
cement enduringly the friendship

British plane could be sent for.
But her usual réle on those jour-
neys was not that cf a patient.
She had been a nurse in the war
of 1914-1918, and wherever she
went, sick people came to her
medical attention.

The outbreak of war
intensified her activities. Travel-
ling by motor-car

between al] Arab peoples and her donkey and camel, she went
fellow countrymen in Britain. Syria, to Pal-

Egypt, to Aden, to
estine.

She br in Arabic
from Paghdad; and

She has been an intrepid and
valorous traveller. Neither sick-

FREYA STARK |

makes most interesting reading. It goes back
to the start of
was forced to make many of the
formerly imported from Central
for | Small exhibitions were held throughout the
in 1939} country
Board of Trade.
and ship, bylish Industries Fair was held when 10,000)
to! official invitations were sent out to overseas
buyers. Three days
at Cairo she-/to open.

:

ness nor danger has restrained
her. Into desolate regions she has
journeyed with determination that
as seemed aimost superhuman.
And all the time she has been
forming those friendships which

are among the things she has
valued most in her(life. Her first
journey was made in 1927, and

she was a sick woman when she

She had been an invalid for
three years. The doctors had
warned her mother that she must
| have every care and attention; but
| Freya Stark made @ sudden reso-
lution to cast aside the yoke of
ill health and go out into the world
alone to seek new experiences.
She had never visited the Middle
East before, but had always been
enthralled by the stories she had
| read in “The Arabian Nights”.
| Moreover, her father was a sculp-
}tor and had taught her, when
nine a child, to appreciate the
| beauty of Arabian bronzes and
‘oottery. Before there was time
for the impulse to fade, Freya
Stark found herself on board ship
on her way to Beirut. It is little
| wonder that the months which
followed were among the most
exciting ones of her whole life.
She had studied Arabic and had
| pictured herself living in intim-
late contact with Arab people—
| and now her dreams were coming
i true! For Freya Stark, life began
| to have a new significance In her
own words, “the East was opening
| to eyes that had never left Eu-
| rope”. 4

| To her delight, she found that
| she was able to fit in perfectly
1 with the altered ways of living.
Due to physical weakness after
her long convalescence, she be-







FREYA STARK

came seriously ill; but no thought
of returning home entered her
mind. After she had recovered,
she continued on her journey
from Damascus through Syria, ar-
riving at last in Jerusalem. From
there. she went on to Cairo and
returned home after an absence of
two years. Some of the letters
she wrote on her journey have
been recently collected in a book
called “Letters from Syria”. They
revealed how the hospitality and
kindness of the people won her
heart completely— and made it
certain that she would soon return
to Middle Eastern Lands.

It was to Baghdad she went,
and settled down in a tiny house
in a densely populated quarter of
that romantic city. By this time
she was familiar with the Arabic
language, amd she took up the
study of Persian. Many of the
Arabs were astonished that this
small fragile Englishwoman
should undertake so gallantly and
even light-heartedly the journeys
she was planning, She had no pre-
tence to have a man’s strength :
on the contrary, she was femin-
ine in all her ways—and in her
dress. She has published the story
of her travels in Mazanderan and
Luristan, as well as of her happy













life in Baghd tself. The Royal
Asian Society awarded her the
Burton medal for her Persian
journeys, and is the only
woman ever to have received this
honour.

The spirit of adventure kept

luring her on. She made a long



















Egyptians joined it to study
principles of democracy.

other Arab lands, for nobody



founded the Brotherhood of Free-| bound for Liverpool was sunk by enemy)

dom. More than 35,000 young
the
similar organisations in
has
realised more clearly than Freya
Stark that the Arab peoples are
essentially democratic at heart.
Back in the days before Britain
had gathered her mighty strength
and the Axis powers appeared to
be dominating the war situation,
it was one of the greatest satisfac-
tions of Freya Stark's life to know
that the Arabs remained steadfast
and loyal to their British friends.
For a good many years now,
women of Britain have been
proud to shoulder many respon-
sibilities that once belonged only
to men. A great number have
built up successful careers in pro-
fessional business, and academic
life: but all of them acclaim the
unique achievement of Freya
tark. To many British women,
who know her only through her
books, she is a_ heroic figure.
Among great British travellers,
her fame is assured. But she has |
been more than a mere explorer
of distant places.
remembered also
bassador of goodwi

started

as a great am-

Arab lands at a critical period
their history
Editor’s Note:
the wife of Bar-
bados’
Secretary, *



Venice in a villa
belonging to her
family.



















She will be} Went on.

ll between the|had become a permanent annual event.
British people and those of the | that year, the heavy engineering section at
| Birmingham was opened with 85,000 square '

FREYA STARK | feet of space. "

Colonial | destr
Mr.|for one year and then the White C’ty, now

0 Re eae used for many of the famous sporting events | ¢ DUTCH APP ny
ages came into service for five years. In those | % ade

February 3rd| buildings having escaped German bombs.


























2 agreed on, even although the members of Ha le speeeeenantenipemnernanngag seelnceeen erin tant *
the Government party so far forgot them- z % methin
selves as to vote against the resolution. It y Pr. u e ar by “Dp '
would have been easy to accept the amount a 6 ment is dissolved,
. , ieee .. 4. oe tae! ae ee i ssolv ¥
and with valid reasons advanced come re ee il ee aS
ini wurse, for the purpose Of asses=~
back to the House for the remaining LONDON, (By Mail ing a candidate's expense one
amount. It must be remembered that the Meet Mr, Cube, the man who know when his campaign
members of the House of Assembly are the made his fees ounces in ” ‘That is the problem which each
2 var : i ouple of months ago That is wroblem , w
“keepers of the public purse” and it is their eS Sa ches party must solve for itself with
ee ee the help of ite legal advisers And
i ; ; e ip 0 ts avisers. -
right and duty to examine carefully all | arguing. z the advice they had been given
requests for money from the Treasury. He symbolises Tate and Lyle’s to treat Prime ——
i ; : etermination to resist the threat announcement as the signa or the
There is another phase of this question . Sationalisation—e threat wyniich beginning of hostilities.
which is bound to bring further unpleas- [would become a reality Pr the Cube enters the pic-
antness. Labour Party won the iene!* is only one symbol in
va ‘kien gre ny ane Election and implemented its st nationalisation.
passed by the gisiative Councu. e pledge to take over the Sugar Te- “;. notably insur-
em. body w ? fining industry nt and meat distribu-
members of that y will have taken note Adopting various attitudes of ete tae amis
of the published debate and there is grave aggression, servility or indigna~ seainst the threat of na-
: . “ | tion " Kes Ss appear- ae i ae ly nN
doubt whether that debate satisfied any | 4 See ss ies n But Mr. Cube is the
: jence almost n the a - Til Mn ienenieirtall he
one outside the House that he should sup- | tisement columns of the National an os pgp. > Aa, Ne
t Press along with a selection from © Weenie aes 38
port the resolution. l'Tate & Lyle’s considerable rep- of tee Cowernmnnh,
The Legislative Council has already been |ertoire of anti- nationalisation hold that Mr, Cube’s cam-
4 aceused of sitting and deliberately block- fog Which was _ very wel te the Conset valine
’ ing legislation , ; until the campaign became en- | Lyle, who is Mr.
\ g eisiat , and from within warned tangled with the General Election King’s Counsel ser, trainer and chief
1a not to set itself up as any opposition. If The question then arose whether st as as you are ays it doesn’t, And that
; there is an , , Mr. Cube was merely a symbol ; has been issue.
er is an adverse vote on the resolution ef an individual industry’s fight a . :
a and it is rejected, the Council will now be | against the threat of nationalisa- Gant colle the Conservatives
. tion or whether he represented ; General Election, it
: accused of attempting to prevent the ex- lithe Conservative Party’s fight open for a Court of
; ploration for oil in this island. It is a against nationalisation in general The puzzle, when one gets dowr » an objection was
; , o A brass tacks. is r wh » call for a statement of
. mene resolution and oan only be passed This is an important distinction aaa Ae alana compeias eden : aa ahs campaign ex-
4 or rejected by the Council. If the mem- | because under ee ro when the Government announces pe And, according to Mr
’ bers of that body are not satisfi Laws no party is allowed an ad- the date of the General Election, M n and Sir Hartley Shaw-
— ot eatiafied that the vantage over its opponents in aN oy when Parliament is actually ©! the cost of Mr. Cube’s cam-
amount specified in the resolution is not | election through being able “ dissolved by Royal proclamation? paign and any similar campaign
required or that the resolu , s- throw greater resources into the could legally be counted as part
; “ solution is not neces battle. The question that had to Nobody seems to know. If tha of those expenses if it was held

sary at all because there are draftsmen in
this island paid from government funds
they might be tempted to reject the resolu-
tion inasmuch as they cannot amend it.

If the resolution had been properly pre-
; sented to the House and the necessary ex-
3 planations given, it might have served to
convince even those who thought it un-
necessary of the wisdom of voting for it.
Now it has been passed under most unsatis-
factory conditions by the House and even
those who are most anxious to see oil ex-
ploration in this island, might be unwilling
to support it in its present form and under
these circumstances.



@UR READERS SAY:





: —————
WwW
if Would An Investigation Help Electricity Diffi ies ?
{ = | , BERLCULELICS ?
‘i gee re et = pmoetienes to the entire popula- or not. So long as I have safety olent manner in the main, but in so doing, or
a pe gp pes fag tgp ly ion : = island. for my person and home and without a religious foundation pardom me on
a - eee | ohn . E. SMYTHIES, M.E.1I.C. possessions for a short while their way of life is not securely vast importance
ia “ane ie ee ao aetew. longer, that is all I need. But I based and able to withstand the
id ectri bados, ‘ ter. am greatly concerned for the strain of hostile conditions and

Would it not be a good thing now
to have a thorough investigation
made by independent and properly
qualified persons ?

Diesel engines are all very well
in their way, and have relatively
high. fuel economy, but all En-
gineérs know that over a term of
years they require a great deal
more repairs and maintenance
than, for instance, steam turbines,
which are very much simpler in
design and far less liable to
breakdowns such as we have had
in the local power plant during
the past three years or so

ata

the argument
The first



kod regard












Preservation Of The

To the Editor,

the statement complete and justify

is
persons who probably dislike my
little sermonettes on the subject
me





be answered was whether Mr.
Cube’s campaign did in fact help
the Conservative Party.

If it were held that Mr, Cube

correct—and that the campaigns influenced the

first
most people including Mr. Mor-

assumption is
election
rison, are inclined to believe it It
is—the election campaign j

thorn



y question and one
t+ been made any























helped the Conservatives in their ready on But if the el ing the course of the}
campaign—and Mr. Herbert Mor- campaign starts when which have been going
rison and Attorney General Sir I it. But there was
Hartley Shawcross both thought ifficient foundation to the Gov-
it did—then the cost of that cam- er vjew to cause the Co
paign could legally be added to ? 9 . Se h y to disassoc
whatever the 600 odd Conserva- W hat 5 Oo Today the m Mr. Cube’s cam-
tives spend on their own cam- | art Exhibition, British | P*
paigns. Council at 9.00 a.m. ss >
Arts and Crafts Exhibition, proveg 4

This would not matter one scrap
if a political party wig not limited
in the amount it can spend on an
election campaign. But it is—and
very rigorously, It is already hard
for Conservatives to fight their
country constituents within their
permitted limit, so they run the

Mr. Morrison have got so excited
if I had put on my sugar packets
“Demand the nationalisation of
the sugar refining industry?”

This is hardly a good argument|
for the obvious answer is, “No
Put the Conservatives would have
done |”

Queen’s Park 10.00 a.m.
Meeting, Sanitary Inspectors’
Association, Dottin’s Alley
at 1.00 p.m
Cricket Trial Game,
sington at 1.30 p.m.



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well-being of this community and Wore a

: temptation, and I fear that many
for suitable i









reverence for Al- are growing thus uneauippe ct toe 5 :
Sabbath mighty God which I hold are Tien a e. > at ae agg = Wad ° a default, munal life of the highest quality,
The Advocate— ae up with the maintenance being of the community is in things have moved a ina ae fae ot we aoe
SIR,—Will you kindly allow me of religious ideas and controls. It jeopardy, The child k xt of im this direction in recent years r
to add something to my letter on wane te os eee at AP ~ “ee the and now leaders nd FRANCIS GODSON.
: : : 1 ay, a strea cannot ts tat are ewailing what *¢ , “helsea “ot
Sechauer 06, Suwen an tines datame please themselves and rebel spring. It is strange 4 that oar tae heaee of Sceee anions ne
Chih seed be Sanknked = against restrictions, but we must many fathers and mothers do not in paganism.” That | ae :
inclu to make all learn to take larger and deeper oa ae Cricket

recognise any of this
unable to look into the
too careless to at
takus time for suc
to work out, as
for the boy t
: “The 1 f

They seem
fut

ure, oF




views, and not live as
heathen in a Christim land
Secondly, I want to say that I
am thinking much of the boys and
girls and their future. Unless they
are taught religious and Christiat

mere there is yet a n
fearing, quiet-

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; The Electric Company no d yubt minded old fogey and spoil-sport, has its own reasons for inst g whose are r be seriously they en ad %
hs © Seriousiy Mey are not as safe as ceed T
1e ies > sid ld | » 4 5 r 7 oo
_ 3 pa eng a c ice : take to get make th ney lack 1
reasons may or may not be sound then I have no powerful
in the light of recent experience, axe to ; matter, and the nat
and from the viewpoint of the that the are of the island in ings
% = . . 2 : ; ; 3 % ;
general public. But it should help general tally involved. My general character 7 '
- ” ar ¢ » ¢ 1 nol r li ” . . " :
to clear the air to have the whole course is well nigh run, my m@ conduct of the comn ace teetlien” (4 Mais
y is arily sho > and will ery ¢ C ¢ So
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before the Fair was due
the famous liner, the “Lusitania”
action. Only 500 of the 2,000 passengers were
saved. Only 4 buyers from the United States
attended the Fair, but 285 overseas buyers
from 23 countries saw this first national ef-
fort at the Agricultural Hall, London. A few
hours before that Fair was due to open, a
German airship dropped [00 bombs 50 miles
away from the building.”

“Her Majesty, Queen Mary, who is one of
the most regular annual visitors to the Brit-
ish Industries Fair was among the first on
the opening day of the Fair in 1915. There
were 591 exhibitors occupying a space of |
88,714 square feet and 34,000 people passed |
through the building.

“In 1916, the Fair moved to the Victoria
and Albert Museum and had to be reduced) _
in size to under 50,000 square feet. The | ?
following year it went to the Victoria and
Imperial Institute because a little more space |
was available. In 1918 and 1919, the British |
Industries Fair was held at nee Docks |
of all places, but although the buildings were |
old, bitterly cold and overrun with rats, it| NEWS
1920 saw really serious steps taken |
to find a more suitable home, for the =|
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years £5,000 a year, a mere pittance, was
spent on publicity. In 1925 came the great
Empire Exhibition at Wembley. Still the
British Industries Fair continued, the Olym- | ¥
pia as well as the White City being used. |$
With World War II the Fair closed for seven | %
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there were 3,410 exhibitors, and 16,751 buy-
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937,414 square feet of space.
“In 1949, over 17,000 trade buyers from
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130 territories visited the British Industries
Fair where the latest products of 90 indus-
tries were on display. Among these were
110 trade buyers from the British West
Indies.”

Mr. Starck continued: “This year, a record
space of over 1 million sq. feet will be occu-
pied by more than 3,000 firms representing
90 British industries. The exhibits will be
displayed in 32 groups of closely allied trades
for the convenience of buyers. In Birming-
ham a special section of civil engineering |
contractor's plant will be the largest ever
held at the Fair.”

On the subject of publicity, Mr. Starck dis-

closed that 7% million stick on stamps for
Letters have been distributed through the
world. Other items include 700,000 informa-
tion booklets, 300,000 invitation cards, 80,000
posters, 50,000 showcards, all in 10 languages,
200,000 menu cards in 12 languages. In addi-
tion, press advertisements will will appear
in 63 countries in 33 languages. 65,000 ad-
vance catalogues of the Fair will be distrib-
uted before the opening date. The catalogue
which is supplied free to trade buyers at the
|Fair will have a classified index in 9 lan-
|guages. At the leading rail terminals in Lon-
|don, enquiry bureaux will be set up for con-
jvenience of trade buyers. A special train
|service will run between London and Birm-
|ingham afd an airline service will operate
jdaily between the two towns. Clubs for
buyers will be provided at each centre
pot the Fair. These will be comfortably
‘furnished, copies of leading newspapers
the world will be available and
light refreshments will be served.
. Starck concluded: “Already there is
evidence that the Fair will attract a great
number of overseas visitors and I know of
many firms in the West Indies who are send-
ing their buyers over. In cases where I am
notified beforehand, that a buyer is going to
the Fair, | advise the Board of Trade sosthat
all possible assistance is given through the
istay in Britain.”



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a Day of Rest, mination. We want both now.

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sATURDAY, JAN



$500,000 Voted

For Construction |

Of Seaweil Runway

islative Council yesterday concurred in
solution for the sum of $500,000 for the construc-!
f the new runway at Seawell. This sum re



The Leg
mentary Re
a



|

ye fhe estimated expenditure to March 31, 1950.

e estimated cost of the run-
i js $1,680,000. ;
3 “he Addendum to the Resolu-

ti tenders have oa ~~
construction of a
ars ms Seawell Airport,
bi Government has decided
F rd the contract to Messrs.
pe ee arriman and Company,
ect to the provision of funds
the Legislature. The tender
d is the lowest sub-

$1,295,600, an

. tary of State has ap-
7 See application for a free
nt of $1,212,000 under the De-
Piopment and Welfare Act to
st the cost of the work, The
application, which was prepared

tenders were received, was
= on tentative provisional
‘aati tes, and assumed a contract
oe ,000.
Pe eate of the cost of the
revised in the light of the
* submitted by Messrs. J. N,
Harriman is $1,680,000. It is
“roposed in due course to apply
7s Jementary grant under
Pacaerial Development and
e Act for an amount equiva-
t to the difference between the
nt already approved by the
Geeretary of State and the actual
‘cost for construction. The present
- estimate includes an allowance of
10% for contingencies, and it is
that ffiere will be a saving.
The contract will provide fnat
ino duiy will be charged on
materials, nor on equipment or
parts imported solely for use
on the contract and re-exported
within two months of its comple-
tion: it will also provide that no
shicle tax will be payable in
of vehicles used solely on
























































































and



the site.
Expenditure incurred under the
thority of the Advance Resolu-
fon No. 59 of 1949 will be trans-
d as a charge to this pro-
‘visich,

Facts Clear

In moving that the Council con-
tur in the Resolution, the Acting
Colonial Secretary said that thc
Macts were set out quite clearly
the Addendum, but he would
just like to explain why it was
desired to deal with the Resolu-
n at a special meeting.

‘The reason was that the com-
pany to whom it had been decided
award the contract subject to
passing of the Resolution, was
position to start work within
‘A matter of days provided that
were assured of the contract.
As hon. members would ap-
meciate, a job of this sort in-
ved a great deal of very heavy
(uipment for which special ar-
fingements must be made for
isport to the island, and he
derstood that this company
@iuld, or was, in fact, in a position
ship the materials here within
Matter of days. The financial
was set out in the Ad-

“The general question had al-
dy been debated by the Coun-
and since then tenders had
men invited and received, Five
dets altogether had been sub-
ted. That submitted by the
m of Messrs. J. N. Harriman
the lowest, and though that
empany was the only one to sub-
a tender from the sterling
and therefore had the ad-
ge of the exchange, other
Submitted indicated that
havart from that, it was a fair
petitive fender.

The Figures

‘1 think hon, members would
to know how the total cost of
job was arrived at, Firstly
was — and I will give the
Sin round numbers — an
mate of $16,000 for salaries
for supervision expenses;
tondly, a small item of $3,500
various miscellaneous ex-
S such as travelling, trans-
ution, printing and laboratory
i thirdly, materials which the
‘tmment will provide includ-
Bcement, asphalt, and conduits
cables, etc. amounting to

© ae two small items,
atively small as regards
amount, for the diverson
t mains, power lines and
punication cables, which at
meet cross the site of the new

my’ “Mounting to just over

e

W000
‘a

= 8 a road diversion at
West end of the runway which
ints to Toughly $15,000. The
B ot these things along with
=, actual estimate make a total
ver $1,540,000. The en-
opiate a 10 per cent.
’ contingencies,”
owas stated in the Addendum
* some Saving was hoped for,
engineer had given the
© Mat on a job of this sort
not honestly allow a con-
’ of less than 10 per
m the total estimated cost of
4 shown in the Ad-
Sf the Resolution was
me. % £350,000. It was a
Le Original application which
" Submitted of course before the
ape received, was a tenta-
ure of £250,000. That ap-
yet & grant under the De-
ot and Welfare Act had
ured by the Secretary of
r the Colonies, and it was
yi due course t




~~ 0 submit
ie Cation for an amount
th ‘ne difference be-
Og Brant alread, ap-

d the ov, Se re ary of State

b> _ Press Reports

a supple-

presents |

Colonial Secretary, “I would like, |
however, to remind hon. mem-|
bers that even for short inter-!
island services, the size of aircraft!
being used is steadily increasing. |
Within the last few days I noticed |
in the local Press, a report to the
effect that B.W.I, Airways. were
proposing to replace their present |
aircraft which holds twenty-one
passengers, and which I believe
fly roughiy 260 miles an hour, by
aircraft holding twice as many
passengers a> flying as fast again. |

“It was only, I think, about a!
year ago, that the present air-'
craft replaced or half replaced |

aircraft carrying only fourteen |
passengers,

i
}
“On the general question I am |
sure that the specifications for!
this runway will ensure that it is}
g00d enough to take any aircraft
that we are likely to get for many
years to come, and that if in fact, |
it would have to be strengthened, |
it would only be the strengthen-
ing of the surface, the foundation |
being a8 good as it could be.

“I'am not suggesting that we
are likely to have to strengthen
it but one can never tell what
aircraft development will be with-
in the next ten, fifteen or twenty
years. < want to urge hon. mem- |
bers once again of the desirability
of constructing a runway that is|
going to be without its better in|
the Caribbean area.

“Barbados has in the past shown |
very considerable foresight in its)
capital works, and I think it is a}
fact which may not be fully ap-|
preciated by all the present |
generation. We have only to look, |
for example, at our Mental
Hospital which I believe is as good |
as any in the Caribbean area, our
Prison which has accommodation
more ‘than adequate for present-
day needs, and by no means the!
least, this building in which we |
are now convened.

“There are very few countries,
I think, which have buildings
erected and capital works under- |
taken so long ago. which have
stood up and have not needed
replacement or very considerable
expenditure on them. I will now
move that this Resolution be con-
eurred in.”

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THE GOVERNOR chats with a littl

yesterday. In the background
Beckles, M.B.E., Mr. Lambert.
Officer,

are left to right:
Governor's Private Secretary



PARISH ROUND-UP

ST. MICHAEL.

THE NEW BUILDING that is
being erected by Barbados Hard-
ware Co., Ltd., at the corners of
Lucas and Swan Streets
double feature. In the first in-
the main entrance is
built to remove the blind corner
which was formerly an annoy-
ance to motorist and at the same
time it provides an attractive en-
try to the building.

Swan Street will have one of its
greatest face liftings when this
building is completed especially
with the three storey building,
just erected by Messrs. DaCosta
& Co., Ltd., situated opposite.

With all the recent renovations
erections and extensions in this
street it will become another
main shopping centre and increase
its competition to Broad Street.

sc

It is understood that when this
new building is completed the firm
will employ a larger staff in or-

; der to expedite despatch for or-

ders and facilitate their custom-

ers,

PALM BEACH GUEST HOUSE,

which provided entertainment for
many Barbadians as well as mem-
bers of the Royal Navy, may be
rebuilt along modern lines.
to the regret of many Barbadians,

Much

his Guest House was destroyed

. | by fire over a year ago.
Hon’bl g maeny me | “Mr. N. E. Wilson, owner, told
on bie 2. C. Hutson said that the “Advocate” yesterday that he

some of them might be Staggered
a bit at the cost of the runway.
He however, agreed with the
Acting Colonial Secretary,
was sure that all of them realised
how, necessary it was that Barba-



has had many requests to rebuild
the Guest House
this he may re-erect it in the near
and | future.

and because of

WORK ON THE NEW PLAZA

dos should have a first class air-]| THEATRE, siutated opposite the

port,

should bear in mind that the}

.,| latter part of the year. It is de-
present runway, constructed as it eae by Messrs, Clarke &
was at a comparatively small cost, Tucker

had not proved entirely satisfac-
tory, and in addition to that, the |

cost of upkeep had been, he; local company of Caribbean Thea-
understood, very high. tre Ltd., and it is understood that
He did not feel competent to] it will have all modern features,

comment on the technical side of}!
the proposed new runway, but he
was Satisfied that the removal of |
a very large quantity of top soil|!
which had been the cause of
trouble in the present runway
was a very sound job, and as far
as one could see, the new runway
would be able to take all the
necessary aircraft that were like-
ly to come to Barbados for many
years in the future.

Mr. Hutson referring to the re-
marks of the Acting Colonial
Secretary with regard to electrical
installation, asked whether the
lighting of the new runway was
included in the contract ‘under

discussion, and whether any

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i

1

I

tension of the terminal building
could be expected. He wanted to
know, he said, whether the
amount they were asked to vote
would give them the complete job.

One might begin to think of the
price and of the cost of upkeep
of the new runway, and one might
wonder whether it would be a
paying business. But although it
was not always possible to see the
profits from things of ‘that kind
in so many dollars and cents, they
brought in many other advantages
to the island,

Satisfied
It was not unusual for them to

c
t

a

>

¢ u
pay a subsidy for a transport sys- s FRESH FLOWER
tem, He remembered when they |%
; 7

used to pay a subsidy to the Royal x GARDEN

Mail Steamship line. He felt x

therefore, that if they had to pay s

something as a subsidy in the|%*

presenf case, they should be satis-
fled to do so,

Hon’ble G. B. Evelyn said that
originally they had been asked to
approve a vote of $900,000 and
the actual estimated cost of the
runway and everything connected
with it was ‘$1,212,000, a differ-
ence of $312,000.

Now the estimated cost of the
runway was $1,295,069, and the
estimated cost on completion was
$1,680,000, a difference of $384,000.

It would be interesting to know
whether, as Mr. Hutson asked, the









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cost of lighting and the other AT *
things that a runway was expec- ‘ S
ted to have were included in that WEATHERHEAD S. *
$384,000. id : icintiacnas a
Hon’ble J. D. Chandler said he x none Sone | Fy oe %
only had. one inquiry to make. The Marigold (Giants & Dwarf), x
Acting Colonial Secretary had % Veranda Pinks Boace, ‘
said that $185,000 would be spent} ¢ cleen > eahaeee Dahlia’ %
on. materials for construction. Hel@ ca iiadis Hollyhock, Por-
presumed that the Government Chevahitibeumnarn Aatee: ‘Nan %
a rn S ~ ; - . , ¥

had made all the rs nme 4 the turtrum, Coreopsis, Lark- x
quiries and asked for a ee spur, Alyssum, Forget-Me- %
necessary quotations to make sure 1% Not, Ageratum, Salvia x
that they were buying in as i (Red), Candytuft, CalMop- }|
a market as they could. 1% sis %
Fittings % BUY NOW %|

The Acting Colonia] Secretary & and take advantage of the x
replying, dealt first with ar. |& recent Rains 3
Hutson’s query about lighting ar ~ * $
e tern yuilding. He id that % on y %
e oncerne.] ¥ BRUCE WEATHERHEAD

the po they had % %
made year in tho] x
calerent for runwe yyx LTD. %
» 4

lighting % HEAD OF BROAD STREE1 %
Government was thet $ %

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@ On Page 3 ¢ 5

Empire
2 r . sre | Fapidly. ;
He felt that hon’ble members Theatre will be opened during the

comfort has been the primary con-
sideration of the designers as was

Theatre, which was also designed |

and
Tucker,

order for many months now and |

Court of Appeal.

City € /
acting as Petty Judge in place of
Mr.
Judge.

Theatre, is continuing
It is expected that this

This Theatre is owned by the

t was also learnt that patron

he case with the Plaza, Oistin
built by Messrs. Clarke &
and which have earned
juite a distinction for comfort.
The equipment has been on
t is hoped that it will soon arive, |

A PEEP INTO THE COURTS
yesterday disclosed that now Mr.
J. W. B. Chenery is on leave and
in Trinidad attending the Trini-
dad-Jamaica Intercolonial Cricket
Tournament, Mr. H .A, Vaughan
s Acting Judge of the Assistant,
Mr. Vaughan }
presided yesterday with Mr. G. L.
Taylor.

Mr. A, J. H.
Police Magistrate,

Hanschell, Senior
is now
Vaughan, the Petty Debt
The two Lower Courts, one con-
jucted by Mr. H. A. Talma and
he other by Mr. E, A. McLeod,
ure kept busy.

ST. THOMAS
A NEW HOUSE is being erect-

ed in this parish by Messrs. Clarke
& Tucker for Mr. Wilfred Alston

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now settling down in Barbados.

posing site where the home of Mr.
has a] Nathaniel Forte, one-time owner
of Bennett’s Plantation and a great
benefactor to Codrington College,
once stood.

low
steel roof supplied by the Glasgow
Steel Roofing Company.

being
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by Mr. Alfred Part of Glitter Bay,
St.
the cloth was taken from his resi-
dence
year and Wednesday.

ernor, accompanied by Mrs. Sav-
age and Mr. W. Lambert, A.D.C.,,
met the Vestrymen of this parish
at the Vestry Room on Thursday.

the invitation of Mr. BE. L. Ward,

Greaves,
A. E. Simmons, (newly appointed

THE BARBADOS ADVOCATE





e girl during the lunch session at the Children’s

Mrs. Savage, Dr. O'Mahony, C.M.O., Mr.

The house is erected on an im-

| Uphold
| Decision

Their Honours Mr. G.
lor and H.



The new building is of a bunga-
type and is covered with a



Mr. S. H., Nurse. Mr.
order which
The land on which the house is brought

1 David
built had been for many

against
his brother.
Aaron claimed that he w

of the island and rented his

ST. JAMES

THE LOSS OF 57 When

he returned

YARDS of

to leave.



James. Mr. Part stated that

between November last

| notice

Beauty Spots

TOURISTS ar.iving
“Mauretania” today will see

ST. LUCY

HIS EXCELLENCY the Gov-

Some will be

E

His Excellency paid the visit on uy



J. Parravicino. The Exe

M.C.P., g -. J. E. T. Brancker. will leave the Baggage Warehouse,
MCP. ee ee pass through Trafalgar Square,

|
|
| Broad
Carnegie

Street, along

Those he met were: Mr. W. L. Library,
(Churchwarden); Rev.

ton Hill, Warrens, Sharon C



| Appeal Judges

Tourists Will See

by

of the beauty spots of the island.
taken on
xcursion in cars provided by Mr.

by
and then
White Park, Bank Hall, Codring-

Goodwill League

John

, and Miss Betty Arne, Social Welfare

had |
Elcock

as out
broth-

the
many |

an
ursion

the
via



hurch,

Rector of the parish); Mr. C. H. Edghill, Shop Hill, Vaucluse
Yearwood, (Chairman of the Com- Canefield, Carringtons Village,
missioners of Health); Mr. E. L, Bloomsbury, Chimborazo, Castle
Ward MCP; Mr. J. 3B: 7. Grant, Coffee Gully, Blackmans,
Brancker, M.C.P.; Mr. F. A

Greaves, Mr. E. L .Bannister; Mr.
I, C. Sobers and Mr. K .C, O’Neale.

At 4.00 p.m. Mr. Brancker in-

Hackleton’s Cliff, St.
Chu ch, Codrington College

John's

, Sam

Lord's Castle, Crane Hotel, Thern-
bury Hill, the Christ Church road

troduced His Excellency to the drive, St. Lawrence, George
members after which His Excel- Washington House, and finally

lency, along with his Party and
members of the Vestry, visited the
Parish Church.
delighted with the new cedai altar
made ‘or

end in the centre of the Ci
those who want to shop or
turn to their ship.

During the Excursion sto

Mrs. Savage was

the Church by Mr

ty for
to re-

ys will

tbe made at Chimborazo, Hackle-

Kirton Tucker. }ton’s Cliff, St. John's Church,
, : =? ; Codrington College, Sam Lord’s
The Party then walked to the iaieatle: Crane eter end the

Rectory and
spection there.

Excellency recorded a minute in
the Visitors’ Book.

The Party next paid a visit to
Mount Gay Distillery
wards went on to Barrows, the
residence of Dr.
P.M.O.

4.00 p.m. at the Parish Church to- |
day.
the ceremony.
Simmons will be ‘at Home’ at the
Rectory.

REV. A. E. SIMMONS will be:
inducted Rector

carried out on in- | os Fe
They later motor- Aquatic Club.

ithe ‘Bus Routes, and a
book of the island.

and after-



A. C. Kirton,

Yesterday

of St. Lucy at}

Legislative Council, the

His Lordship will perform

Afterwards Rev. ’ ,
lowing documents:—-

ed to the Almshouse where His Those who do not 80 on this
Excellency was welcomed by tho Excursion are provided a
Matron, in the unavoidable ab- | !eaflets of suggested tours around
sence of the P.M.O. the island, 4 ps

After making a thorough in-| The Information Bureau also
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| plan of the City, a time table of

hand-

In The Couneil

AT yesterday's meeting of the
Acting
Colonial Secretary tabled the fol-

appointed

“to

Report of the Committee
yy His Excellency the Gevernor snl
. SIONERS OF | anaes hie etn raat on rative, professiona} and technical offie-

Wednesday.
meeting and only
were attended to before the meet-
ing adjourned.

Those present were:
Yearwood, (Chairman); Dr. A, C
Kirton,
E. L. Bannister, and Mr.
Brancker.
Inspector was also present.





ers in relation both to their reer
nd to their retention; and
recommendations for the rem



It was a very short
a few matters

public services adversely.”

Mr. C. H

1950,

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0th November, 1949.
Repart of the Public Librarian
ear ended on the 31st March,
the Board of Trustees.

Mr. W. L. Greaves, Mr, | !
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VISITORS TO
THE ISLAND

FOR SOUVENIRS OF BARBADOS
FINE PERFUMES
NOVELTIES
TURTLE SHELL

WORK
BE SURE TO VISIT

KNIGHT'S

DRUG STORES

|

|

to see the children
just back from school at their
meals,
the creche, After t
lunched,

Governor

Visits Baby

Creche

THE baby creche at the Child-
ren’s Goodwill League is a most
humane work, Governor Savage
told those present when he paid
his first visit there yesterday
afternoon,

He was accompanied by Mrs.
Savage and his Private Secre-
tary, Mr. Lambert. Also attend-
ing the function were Dr.
O'Mahony, C.M.O., Miss Betty
Arne, Social Welfare Officer, Mr
and Mrs. C. Hilton Greene of
Boston; Mrs. Beckles-Wharton,
President of the C.G.L., Mr John
Beckles, M.B.E. and Mrs. C
Henderson of New York.

The Governor said that he
was very happy to have gone
there and seen the great work
done, “It is a most humane
work,” he said. “It is a work
which gave tremendous satis-
faction, not only to the chil-

dren, but to the people who
helped.”

He told the children that they

Ought to be grateful. His last re-
marks were:

understand, as soon as you get
older, see that you try to help
others as you have been helped.”

“to those who can

His Excellency arrived in time
who were

Meanwhile he ecient
he children had

they recited the 10

rules of health for the visitors.

L. Tay- come
A, Vaughn yesterday
upheld a decision of His Worship

er the house at'a penny weekly.| (BARBADOS ADVOCATE. JAN.
his brother
stopped paying him and gave him Intercolonial Tournament — Bar-

Jamaica continued
innings
Kensington
' batted for

itors gave another exhibition of
; their patience and knocked up
| the respectable score of 354 for

\8 wickets. The Barbados fielding
| Was very poor, no less than six
| catches being dropped. Rain stop-
ped play for ten minutes after the
tea interval, but the wicket was
in no way damaged. Jamaica took
full advantage of the opportuni-
ties
otal number of runs by consist-
ent scoring. Martin,
walling batsman did
off in this match, but his place
was amply fffied by Scott, who
contributed 94, hitting all around
the wicket.
73 was a fine one. The partner-
ship
was a delight
They
with fine shots at their command
and
the
also did his part by contributing
42.

was
lumber of
to witness it. The visitors rose to
the occasion, kept off a defeat and
ended the match in a draw

the City closed at 11.00 a.m. for
the

=



















This was followed by a wel-

extended by Mr. Jobn

Beckles who invited the Govern. |
or
Nurse had} not
cismissed a case for an ejectment

Aaron Elcock

to make other visits

ae: without |
ifying him,



25 Years Ago
UARY 28, 1925)

bados vs Jamaica

Second Match Ends in Draw

Playing on a perfect wicket,
their secona
second match at
Oval yesterday and
the whcle day. The vis-

in the

given, and registered their

the
not

stone-
come

Morales’ innings of

between himself
to the

real,

and Holt
spectators

both sound bats,

are
are particularly

strong on
leg side

Jamaica's skipper

The conclusion

very

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interesting and a fair
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WANTED



ENGAGEMENTS made for ivat
FOR RENT Typing and Shorthand, afte: .

Saturdays 1 p.m.
Aviemore, Brittons

sTES







per month. Phone 4476.
. §.1.80—t.f.n, | FY Knight's Lid.

ee
FLATS fully furnished. with Refrig-
-00 | erator and linen at In » Wwories, | JUNIOR CLERK—Excellent opportunit



OUND. per 48



June, November; Decem! < i
month. Phone 4476. Pes! , 900-00" per



rTnoons 4 p.m.
Miss P. R. Rogers,
Cross Road. Phone

ancy ; 2053 between 9.30 am. and 3.20 p.m
aa oa HO USES ; ; 24 .1.50—6n
“FARAWAY”, St. Philip coast, fully! _CLERK—Junior Clerk (Male) for our
furnished, G: Y rvant Rooms,| Office. Salary depending on qualifica-
3 L es “ Bathing ‘beach. From March ist. $50| tions. Apply in berson with written ap-

i plication and Testimonials to the Secre-

25.1.50—t.f.n.

Sleeping accommodations provided. Mrs.



THE BARBADOS ADVOCATE ~

Se mere ser meee

“£20 MONTHLY”’ MAIL NOTICE
EASILY earned at horae in spare time |

Mails for Martinique Guadel,
: at ae - que, ul eloupe,
scaling in stamens. 39 ig b con. | United Kingdom, Le Haire by the S.S.
tat poe en — eke ed ‘ona | sears will be One at the General
tuden ts | Ss ce as under:—
Gene a ae Lg re ee | Parcel mail at 3 p.m. on the 10th Feb-
ier ease mps Mail House, | ruary pd er at 9 am. Or-
Philatelist, Prospect | dimary Mail at 1 -m. t
329, Wigan Road, Leigh Lancs, England. | February 1950, ese
| loeb tesserae da deal
——————————— | MONTREAL. aViSTRALIA NEW
| ZEALAND LINE LIMITED

(M.A.N.Z.) LINE)
- MS. “PORT PIRIE” is scheduled to
alda” will accept Cargo }}} s al

| Se February
and _ Passengers
for Trinidad, sailing

e



} The Schooner “Emer-

from Sydney January

at Trinidad about

M.S.“KAIPAKI” is scheduled to sail

OWNERS’ ASSOC. INC. |}} i: Reith Gulana, Bantedoe winswae’

'
- fro’ juary Burni
me Dial 8364. 13.1,50—t.f.n. anita phe potion for capable youn! | Jonuary “Toth, peeuty Point.” January
— - y letter and in Tson . N

nened fie ta BP Matas, | emetat Company "as BS retrace demir aa Srane

s of March to end of r
08 +10 | August. Dial 3675. 25.1,50—3n. ah ara at class jacket hands, TODAY. The 2 veone hiten ample space for
- x apply to P. S. Maffei, Ltd. Top Chilled, Hard Frozen and General Cargo.
nantenen ane Crane Coast, fully | Scorers in Tafloring. 26.1.50—1w B.W.I. SCHOONER Cargo accepted on Through Bills of

1.20 1.u| SUPerb bathing bea h. February, March,| _ SERVANTS — Two general servants







d Leeward I
A. C. Bailey “Rhylston”, Brow: * ;
Pr 1.20 6.1.50—t.f.n Hastings 'y ¥ , Browns Gap, For further particulars apply:—
a . 1.504 404 FURNESS WITHY
FEATHFIELD—On the» Crane Coast (seer nainienniaitineiael ee } Tel. 7. Agents: | Scala
Electric Light and all modern con.| FEMALE TYPIST—Required lor iene Stic ina DA COSTA & Co. LTD
yeniences. Apply: Mrs. A, D. Herbert. | POTaryY employment from 1st February. Wee, Agents: Barbados.
oe an | Phone #338, Mitehe ae Apply by letter to P.O. Box 276, Bridge- _ Ca
1 eo “ an e -1,50—2n,
4 ize} WATERFORD"—Hastings (near Gar- ,
cnaree ‘din rison Savannah) . Desirable residence LADIES with foot Mathines, for Shirt
ADVOCATE (Monday fully furnished. Available from Ist Feb- ing. Cornation Store, 15 Swan St D. \
~ wesscosseseces @OC | ruary, Dia) 8330. 26.1.50—t.f.n 28.1.50—2n.
FLAT—Cool furnished flat Garnson
ME From Ist April to 30th Septe ial ; |
wa Fron Penner Dai] PUBLIC NOTICES |
? CANADIAN SERVICE
pm. Friday LEITH — Worthing fully furnished ————————————————— SOUTHBOUND
Available from ist F ruary. Apply N Name of ship Sails Arrives
fj of different classification | S_ G. Ingrim, Roebuck Street. Phone OTICE Halifax Barbados
oa fate adverts, 2974. 27.1,50—3n. S.S. “ALCOA PLANTER” January 3th. January 18th.
ube set OU! ‘evar "| | BARBADOS. S.S. “ALCOA PATRIOT ne .. January 22nd. February 3rd.
FLAT—Fully furnished , flat at “The IN THE ASSISTANT COURT Sailing every two weeks.
- Oe tastings, for sik months from Original (Bquitabiey surisdictt
: . (No uitable) Jurisdiction NEW YORK SERVI
DIED te ee Snr; 34€2 between Ww om




; 1, son of Frances
a = Sartn Village, My Lord’s
employed at the Cen-























WEG DER vieiid pease Plainti?
and
Refrigerator, EDITH MONTREL EVELYN—Defendant

S.S. BYFJORD sails from New York 13th, arrives in Barbados 22nd.
NEW ORLEANS SERVICE



= S.S. ALCOA ROAMER sails from New Orleans 30th December, arrives
will, formerly

jer Board. Park Road, Bush| For February, April, May, June 1950 tae ce 1949, I hereby give notice that S.S. ALCOA RUNNER sails from New Orleans 14th January, arriving
residence, Parl oVestbury | Dial 8310. Mrs. Stuart Betoe is Court has ordered that an inquiry | 80th January,
‘at 415 pm. for invited te 28.1.50—3n and taking of accounts shall be made
: y — are Satrmneeqemantitininensentnsittiaeeessenss vie * = — Estate of Beresford Nathaniv!
4. No Cards. “ ap “ ” elyn, Deceased, t | A : oe ,
aie es Worrell Gather), Ruth Wor ee monta en vee rinaton New! Assets” of the said Watate ana “it ae ee net Sen > Cem ieee
BB oa Gsister), Kennet rooms with running water ithe ed-\ distribute it among the persons entitled ROBERT THOM LTD. — New York and Gulf Service
iB! (cousins) . 28.1.50 toilet, bath also Garage. Pi 2 | and I hereby give notice to all Cr i
: vee 1.50. . age. oe in and other persons having any claims
ey KS —————— a” 50—In. he kate ee in the distribution of ;
- a ssets of the said Estate to s
THAN shite in te modern upstairs flat si- | ;o me on or before Wednesday the ate
; Seen 4 Lauri Baxter's Road Opposite Lowe's | day ot February 1950, each his nan
the undersigned eputetilly Se ndry. Apply on same premises. and address and particulars of his claim
to family ane Fagan ey ie: 28.1.50—2n.] or interest and’ a statement of his
nto sttended the funeral TENGE | ment Hee op Aittens Road, Govern-| yy Sin, 2d the Security (if any) held
tenet mother Mrs, , PATIE 5s mat, SK. ee eg Newly wna I further hereby give ‘notice th: OUTWARD FROM THE UNITED KINGDOM
age i, of St. Stephen, Black Rock,| Breakfast Room, 2 Bedrooms, Bath, 1950, at 10 nae ‘onto, ve ie
iy near Cocoanut Hall, St. Lucy. | Kitchenette, Apply F. Jordan, Shady. been the time and. place fixed tor Due
and Joseph (sons), OF Okese. waa Nook, Brandon's, Deacons Road. adjudicating the said claims: ren Vessel. From Leaves Barbados.
i h ert — Babb 28.1.50—2n. Dated this en day of January ‘1950
(grand ae a :
Ag. Cl oa.C ,
PUBLIC SALES | + oO oeeants oa “PROSPECTOR” .. London +» 7th Jan 27th Jan.
aa. “Guna eee .. Glasgow ..2lst Jan. 4th Feb.
————————oo SSeS S ADELAIDE” London 20th Jan Ith Feb.
IN MEMORIAM | AUCTION NOTICE S.S. “THIRLBY” -+ Liverpool .. 28th Jan. 12th Feb,
’ ved Father I HAVE been instruct o
r prenenncy of RURSE who lost missioner of Police to gn hg ae pe ae aera OF HOMEWARD FOR UNITED KINGDOM.
ent te ioth danuary. 1D42 Station on MONDAY next the 30th at THEODORE DUDLEY SEALY
is 8 years yes still in our Anat tees oe ey se ix NOTICE is nerate iets that all per Vessel. For Closes in Barbados
Ss, (2) large boctles oh ang 3 ae i
Lord cannot see. of Rum, (9) bottles of Beer, (1) bag con- | 80% having any debt or claims against ae e i
well that’s done by Thee,} taining Nuts, (1) extention Ladder, a) the Estate of Theodore Dudley Sealy, SS. PHILOSOPHER -» London Mid. Feb.





a. so fresh today, Ladder
hour he sink away.

gone but not forgotten.
hope he is with Jesus.

trust

deceased, late of Bank Hall Main Road,
in the parish of Saint Michael in this
Island who died on the 4th day o
Ietober 1949, are requested to senc

ion, (2) Ib. tin of But .
(1) Bicycle Frame, (2) Seats with tonne
and several items of interest. Terms

cash. ;
D'ARCY A. , in particulars of their claims duly at-
Govt. Gebiaiian. tested to the undersigned Adeline Eudora
Dist. “A” Sealy, and Evan David Carney Sealy,
27,1,50—3n_ | C/° Messrs Haynes & Griffith, Solicitors,
’ ow: 2 nt ee Bridgetown, on or
I have been instruc fore the day of March, 1950, after
e, |
(children) seein, oo ea nesday next the lst ebruary, beginning which date we shall proceed to distribute
, Donie ( Pes in | at 18 o'clock or Nena Flat at White Hall, | ‘Re assets of the deceased among the
’ | Hastings, Opposite Hastings Hotel, an aa b> eae atte having regard
See . entire lot of well kept household furni- | 2â„¢9 such claims of which we shall
memory Tene: — ture which includes: Ola Fashion Mshoa then have had notice and we shall not
“ eres Sin Taeueee ‘any double arm Sofa with Bed; Uphol- be liable for the assets or any part
DA SMITH, who "| gered Chairs; Berbice Mah. Chair with cme debt usttibuted to any person of
, arpet; Pine Desk and Mah. Revolvin a or claim we shall not then
and care could emie ae nt | Chair; Old Fashion Side ‘Boards; .
Se tee in oe Ment collection of Book Shelves: collection |. And all persons indebted to the said
a a ae of Mah. Centre and Side Tables; a col- | estate are requested to settle their in.
ie ratiakarat bo Wieces; | lectiat of Dining Tables incinains Tip | debtedness without delay.
& io be remem pe Mie Mazie | 70P and Extension; a collection of Ware; | Dated this 6th day of January 1950.
Hazel Bannister 28.1.50—1n, | (1), Mah. Grandfathers Clock Case, a ADELINE EUDORA SEALY,
-1,50—In. | collection of Glass Jars; Carpets; Iron EVAN DAVID CARNEY SEALY,
zh Bedsteads with Spring and Mattress;

Qualified Execut f the Es
= an Cedar Press; Chess of Drawer; Mahogany THEO: E DUDLEY shaty*
§ For SA

meet him there.

er remerber.
Nurse, (wife) Gwendoline Grant,
Nurse, Sylvia, Brenda, Carl, Mar-




































DORE DUDLEY SEALY,
Double Bedstead with lona Spring and

Spring-fill Dressing 7.1.50—4n.
Table; Gent Mah. Wardrobe and several ——oo

other items of interest. Anyone interest-







- - ed in overlooking the above can do so s
i OTIV 1 Tuesday the 3ist between the hours of P ublic Sales—Contd.
y 2 oS in the eventne,
CASH.
Ss. DmiveRy VAN ‘erms ; ——<———————————sT_
Title used and in A-I condition. At EBEX Bi eee REAL ESTATE
has replaced with Bedford Truck 28.1.50,—4n,
} Garage. ‘ 2 LK | FOR SALE OR RENT—Farley Hill,
26.1.50—3n., I have been instructed by Messrs. | St. Peter. Old Plantation house with
Sydney Kinch Ltd., to sell at their office | urge ballroom, Dining room library,
a aoe eb -P. ane Roebuck Street, on Tuesday next the 31st | fourteen bedrooms ete. Ideal for convert-

January, beginning at 12.30 o'clock an | ing
entire lot of Samples which include :
Tea Sets; Ties; Suspenders; Gramaphone 4.1,50.—t.f.n.
Pick-Ups, Toys; several tins of Sweets
Aluminum Ware; a collection of Perfume; RECONSTRUCTED HOUSE—On Hast-
a collection of Cosmetics; a collection of ings Main Road, (1) one new Bungalow
Shoe Cleaners; a collection of Ladies | Dial 3001. 29.1.50—In.
om “= Shoes; Glue; Sonn on Corn Flakes; ann .
EFE! model—in ve! a collection o: aby Cereal; a coilection THE undersigned ill s
ition Mileage 19,000 Apply| of (4) Pint Flasks and several other by public one t his “ener
James Street. Bridgetown at 2 o'clock

Garage Dial—4616 items of interest.
26.1.50—3n. on Friday 10th February 1950 All that

Terms oo, eel
. ARCY A, SCOTT, two storied certain messua,
ge or dwell-
Auctioneer. inghouse and shop situate at Tudor
Street, Bridgetown, together with the’

28.1.50.—3n,
5€68 square feet of land on which the
By instructions from the Govt. in same stands.

Rand Sere tie! aS ine aes | Oe, the top, oor are 4) vedroaze|
. . ath. A spacious yard suit-
works at their yard Coleridge Street on} sie oe BOND “ic the back of said

Monday next 30th January a eee premises For inspection Dial 4523 or

3078.
For all further particulars and con-
ditions of sale apply to.

to residential club. For detaus,

Garage, St. Matthias Gap Apply to Bradshaw & Company.

21.1.50—6n



uxhall 14—6 Saloon 1938 mo-
} in sound condition, Apply
‘Gamage, Dial 4616, 26.1.50—4n

Ford 8 h.p. in good con-
3063,

Belgrave, Purity
Ltd, 27,1,50—6n.. {

rane Car. New Tyres
oes le for hire. Apply:
s Derricks, St. James.

24.1.50-—3n,

CYCLE—250 c.c, BSA, 0.H.V.
old, aes order.







R Seale, Dial UNDER THE SILVER HAMMER

28.1,50—3n. D. LEE SARGEANT,
ee ON Tuesday 3lst by order of Miss Ivy Solicitor.
Whitehead we will sell her Furniture at 29,1.50—3n,

a her Home. corner of White park ana crane emeeeeeeee ee
Chapman Street. INDIA BISCUIT COMPANY
ING PLANT—Diesel Electric which includes

Se anee—A ve lot priced to yield
Small Dining Table, Sideboard, Rockers, | 42% interest, P one Mr. Webb, 3188
A, tia SY maximum, 15 ae Tub & Folding Chairs, Couch, Ornamen: 27.1.50—6n
: Electric Sales & Service | TAbles all in Mahogany: Bentwood

or 4371 26.1,50-—4n | Chairs, Pine Waggon, Deal Tables, Car- COVE SPRING HOUSE — A modern
~ as .| pet, Pictures, Glass Ware, Double and| Bungalow, four bedrooms, two bats
Single Iron Bedsteads Beds, Painted | electricity, water, on the sea, own private
Press, Mahog: Dressing Table, Chest o.| bathing beach, 1'% acres of land Vexe-
Drawers, Washstand and Ware, Larder, | table Garden, 8 miles from Bridgeto .'n
Kitchen Utensus, Kitchen Tables and] at Garden, St. James, Enquiry Sandy-











eS PLANT: One (1) Gen-
WP Beton, AG 350 Watts.
wu nson, Three Houses
St Philip,





bi 27.1,.50—3 other items of interest, Sale 11.30 o'clock. | fields St. Peter. Phone 91-50 or at the
_ 8: | Terms Cash, premises Garden, St, James.

i BRANKER TROTMAN & CO., 20.1,.0—15n

| Avctioneers. ——————

27.1,50—2n ete ee well known ance

SETTER attractive de Resort at Maxwell

Old, Peg I For particulars apply Y. De Lima & Co.,



ait the Kennel Ci
Bh Kenneth ub, London,

D. G. Frost,, Stan-
Black Rock.
26.1.50—t.f.n.

20, Broad Street, Phone 4644,
22.1.50—6n.

For Sale-«Contd.



“THE BANYANS” — With the land
thereto, containing 4 Acres 2 Roods, 31'2
Perches, situate at Upper Bay Street,
St. Michael. Ideally suitable for de-
velopment as a Building Estate.

Inspection any day except Sundays
between the bours of 9.30 a.m, and 11.00
a.m, and 4 p.m. and 6 p.m. on appli-
cation to Mr. Ronnie Gittens on the
premises. Dial 3771.

The above property will be set up for
Sale at our Office No. 17 High Stree:,
Bridgetown, on Friday 3rd day of
February 1950. at 2 p.m.

For further particulars and Conditions





MISCELLANEOUS

GLADIOLI BULBS—38 different colours
No. 1 Grade, just arrived from Holland.
Apply: J. W. Barrow. Telephone Nos.
4605—8194. ; 4.1,

PLATFORM SCALES—Phone 4517 The
General Agency Co., (B’dos) Ltd. High
Street. 22,1,50--6n.

RT
TYRES—Truck and Car Tyres 750 x















+ Dial
28.1. 50—1n.
ethic
i Silver King, on
ik cy, 3 green and in black
ip Ltd Dial 4476.
18.11 49-4 ty

Owen T. Allder,
3299.







+ | 20, 700 x 20; 30 x-5, 600 x 16; 500 x 16:| of Sale, apply to the undersigned:—
NEOUS 450 x 18; 400 x 18;'450 x 17; 500 » 19, COTTLE, CATFORD & CO.,
350 x 19. Auto Tyre Co. ee Fi 20,1 .50—13n.



' oe the Colonial Ba:
fopenuated at the corner
mphosite Swan Street), for

apply; BE. King on

27.1.50—3n,



“THE WOLD," 4th Avenue, Marine

SHIRTS—Wholesale and Retail, Factor) Gardens, with about 10,000 square feet
of land will be offered for sale at the

srices, Royal Store..
19,1,0—-18n office of the undersigned on Thursday,

the 2nd day of February, 1950 at 2 p.m.
BOYS SHIRTS & PYJAMAS — The| "iii: freehold dwellinghouse contains





i) in first Clas | Royal Store allery, 2 public rooms, kitchen and
; Joe y,excellent Tone 17.1,50—I3n amare on ground floor and 3 bedrooms,
Ch, » Shopkeeper, Top bath etc. on first floor.
27.1.50—3n. LADIES BRASSIERES — Sc. & 9c Electric, gas and water services.
Royal Store. 17.1.50—13n The house has recently been renovated

and decorated and is in excellent condi-

27.1.50—6n, | | AMERICAN PIANO—In good condition.
Apply to Mrs, Olga King, Lower Reed



tion.
Inspection by appointment with Mrs.





. S. Bynoe. Dial 8310.
“-. with combina- | Street. 28.1.50—2n. Sere particulars and conditions of
- grave, Je apply to ...
%.1,00-t2.| GNEAM, SEPARATOR. (practically | “* “PP'Y Connie, CATFORD & CO.,
new) butter churner, 24 milk bottles Solicitors.
Rhode Island Red. | Mrs. Lynch, White Hall, Codrington Hill. 21.1,50.—11n.
971. Mrs R. ‘M_ | Telephone 2427, SS ——
26.1.50—3n





LES —2/- per doz. Owen T

CAND!
Alider, Roebuck Street.

LOST & FOUND









Dial 3299.
28.1,50—In
j
EDDOES for Sale at Hansom Planta-
.1.50—In
tion. 28 . LOST
| XAMS: For Sale at Hansom Planta- GWERPSTARA THREE: _ Serics
t PS Ist. N. 5335. nder please Fee .
jon from February 1s 28,1.50—3n. | Dennis Millar, Workman Village St.
namene | Gecege. 28.1.50-—1n

GALVANIZED SHEETS—Best Grade
‘ft. and 8ft. sheets, from $2.08 and $2.64
while they last. A. BARNES & Co., Lid
| Dial 4684, 4476. 13,1.50—t.f.n

—— nt







EDUCATIONAL.




2
|
|




GALVANISED ft., 6% ft Te Snares |
3AL SHEETS—¢ {t., ee np

| 8 ft. 24 and 26 guage. Apply: Auto Tyre College, Lid, Si kindly
| Trafalgar Street, Phone 2696. contact their representative J. R






Hunte, Joyceville, Abbeville Gar-
dens, Christ Church, Dial 8155.
14.1.50—t.f.n



| . SITTINGS—Galvanised pipe. All sorts
ta 8Fantecd by Aner | TOM Me in to 1% ins. Phone ad
London, £2, Sd coe lh dincrthay \




|

For further information apply to

DA COSTA & CO., LTD.—Agents.
eee sssinshsienensnensnesspeeenrnmmssnnidtiis Lennon sate
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)
follows:—

Table are as

a — ennsennnenenennnnnsienneemnmnee
ARTICLE WHOLESALE PRICE: RETAIL PRICE
(not more than) (not more than)

i |
Milk-Evaporated he $9.33 per case of
48 x 14% oz. tins
$11.25 per case of
48 x 16 oz. tins.



22c. per 14% oz tin

26c. per 16 oz. tin.

Margarine :—

(b) Table $55.00 per 100-lbs in

lots of 25 Ibs. and over. | 59c. per lb.

27,1,50.—1n.



DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE,

£375.0.0.
DOMINICA ne twenty fourth day of Janu-
FOREST SERVICE, as

Applications are invited for a post of Conservation Officer in the

me on any
the hours of 12
in the afternoon,

the 12th day of April 1950, in order If you have the heart.

that such claims may be ranked accord- palpitation, Headaches "ai Cuble and Wireless (W.1.) Ltd advise -

ing to the nature and priority thereot top and back of and above eyes that they can now communicate with
respectively; otherwise sutch persons shortness of breaths font nervy,orsuf- the following ships through their Barba-__

will be precluded from the benefit ot fer from poor loss of memory dos Coast Station;—

the said Decree, and be deprived of a! and en 5 th worry and S.S. Alcoa Polaris, City of Khartoum,

claim on or against the said property fear, ble is-pro! , eH Comedian, Hiparus, Sun Jewel, Lom-
Claimants are also notified that thes by inl Biooa Pressure. is a bardy, Hiyalina, Bijorgheim, S. Rosa,

must attend the said Court on Wednesday mysterious disease that ca! Alcoa Pilgrim, Republica de Venezuela,

the 12th day of April 1950, at 10 o'clock

a.m, their said claims will be

OFFICIAL

BARBADOS,
IN THE ASSISTANT COURT OF APPEAL
(Equitable Jurisdiction) .

CARNETTA HOLDER —Plantiff
ETHELINDA ODESSA BLANCHE SMITH

IN pursuance
Court in the above action made on the
fourth day of Janvary 1950, 1
persons having any j
estate, right or interest in or any lien
or incumbrance affecting

Firstly all that certain piece or parce
of land situate at Superlative in the saic
parish of Saint George and Island afore-
seid containing by admeasurement two
roods be the same more or less bu‘ting
and bounding on the North on lands
mow or late of R. Smith on the Bast
on the public road on the South on linds
‘ow or late of C. Holder and on the
West on lands now or late of Fairview
Plantation or however else the same may
burt and bound.

Secondly all that certain piece or par
cel of land also situate at Superlative in
the said parish of Saint George and is-
land aforesaid comaining by admeasure-
ment one rood be the same move or less
butting and bounding on t!
Jands now or late of C. I
Bast on the public road o
on lands now or late of S. Browne and
on the West on lands now or late of
Fairview Plantation or however else the
same may butt and bound.

Thirdly*all that certain piece or par-
cel of land situate at Superlative in the
seid parish of Saint George and
aforesaid containing by admeasuremen.
one rood be the same more or less butt-
ing 4 bounding towards the North on
jendsS now or late of E. O. B. Smith
on the East on the public read towards uel Senca
the South on lands now or late of the ,
Estate of D, Blackman deceased and op .
the West on lands now or late of Fair-
view Plantation or however else the

same may butt and bound.
to bring before me an account of their
said claims with their witnesses, docu- .

ments and vouchers, to be examined by
Y, or Friday between
(noon) and 3 o'clock
at the Office of the
Clerk of the Assistant Court of Appea!
at the Court House Bridgetown, before

twenty

give notice to

Given under my hand this Twenty
fourth day of January 1950.
. V. GILKEsS,
Ag. Clerk of the Assistant Court. of

Appeal.



of

in the said parish of Saint George and
Island aforesaid containing by admeas-
urement one nood be the same more
or less butting and bounding on the
North on lands now or late of C. Hil
on the East on the public
South on lands now or late of S. Browne
#nd_on the West on lands now or late
of Fairview Plantation or however else
the same may butt and bound.
Thirdly all that certain piece or parcel
of land situate at Superlative in the par- ' &
ish of Saint George and Island afdore- %
x

OFFICIAL SALE anteeh te, make wen tgol ahha
BARBADOS.

IN THE ASSISTANT COURT OF APPEAL | —————
(Equitable Jurisdiction) .

CARNETTA HOLDFR — Plaintiff, }
ETHELINDA ODESSA BLANCHE SMITH
~—Defendant

NOTICE is hereby given that by vir-
ture of an Order of the Assistant Court
of Appeal dated the twenty fourth day of
January 1950 there will be set up for sal
to the highest bidder at the Office of
the Clerk

said containing by admeasurement one
rood be the same more or less butting
towards the North on .
lands now or late of BE. O. B. Smith | &
towards the East on the public read, R
towards the South on lands now or late} %
of the Estate of D. Blackman deceased
and on the West on lands now or late
of Fairview Plantation or however else
the same may butt and bound, and
if mot then sold the said Property will
be set up for sale on every succeeding
Friday between the same’ hours until
the same is sold for a sum not less than

and bounding

of an

when

of the Assistant Court of =
Appeal at the Court House, Bridgetown
uetween the hours of 12 (noon and 21%
o'clock in the afternoon on Friday the x
fourteenth day of April 1950— >

Firstly all that certain piece or parcei |

land situate at Superlative in the g
said parish of Saint George and Island D4
aforesaid containing by admeasurement xs
two roods be the same more or less XR
butting and bounding on the North on %
lands now or late of R, Smith, on the |
East on the public road on the South | ¥%
on lands now or late of C. Holder and %
on the West on lands now or late of o
Fairview Plantation or however else the ¢
same may butt and bound.

Secondly all that certain piece or par- | > ‘
cel of land also situate at Superlative : we

zi
Ag. Clerk of the Assistant Court



NCTICE|

—Defendant.

Order in this/



In Carlisle Bay a

IN PORT: Schooner Molly N. Jones, Sch. Rhonda LL. :
Sch. Manuata, Sch. Mary M. Lewis, Sch. DEPARTURES “ 4
Francis W. Smith, Sch, Marion Belle Schooner Gardenia W., 48 tons ret, ' {i
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ARRIVALS—By B.W.LA.L s :

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the South} Deane, John’ Willing eeete, Gordon Belizaire, John Hollingsworth, Edgar Pi,

ms, Max Weinrrich, Watson, Lilia Peter, Leonard ° /
ow Weinrrich, Janet Dowdihg, Nina Wa aeS By B.W.LA.be—— i
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ws ng Henry Abraham, Emma Van De My, Leonard Valois Smith, .
Tat Valois Smith, Mr. Ralph Mr.
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eitnteatt els | Vanderlinden, Mr, Harcourt Clarke, Mr. Arthurs@room

drew nat to Antigue: Alison’ Macar- ior se Kitts: Mr. Irenue —
: ‘ : Mr. John Davey, i ea!
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balds, Miss Stella Worrell, . Nathan

Bilsky. ;

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Lucille Pereira, Mr. Randolph Parry.
For Jamaica; Mr. George Goodfellow,

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Department of Agriculture, Dominica. It is desirable that applicants | 28.1.50—9n of Appeal, i ' mR us ;
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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 1ST DAY OF JANUARY, 1950, and the forms
duly filled in must be*delivered to me on or before the following
respective dates ;

1. Returns of persons whose books were closed on the 3lst

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 3lst of Jan-
uary, 1950.
F. CLAIRMONTE
Commissioner of Income Tax and Death Duties.

NOTE: Any person failing to make his return within the duc
date will be liable io a fine not exceeding £100 and
hot less than £2 and will be prosecuted unless a satis-

factory reason is given.
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Pulverise. Jamaica
To Smash 2nd Wkt. Record |

(By 0. S. COPPIN)

PORT-OF-PAIN, Jan 27.
Jeffrey Stollmeyer and Kenny Trestrail today continuec
the pulverisation of the Jamaican limited bewling attack,
smashing the second wicket record for Queen’s Park Ovai
byputting up 295 for the second wicket lowering that set by
British Guiana’s Robert Christiani and Len Westmaas in



1947.

v
ae Raree

Rain help up play for the
greater part of the day and there
were only two hours of play.

Stolimeyer was able to complete
his double century and go on to
put up an elegant 261 out of a
votal of 581 for ‘2.

Stollmeyer was missed off a stiff












which the trials had shown him
lacking.

Not that he was unpolished or
scratching but definitely not the
Jeffrey we know. His strokes were
lacking the fire he gives them
when on top form.



Stollmeyer And Trestrail



George Headley

Bowling

vious Intercolonial highest (151
yersus Barbados in 1946) with a'
bullet off-drive which penetrated
two cover men. |

This grand partnership ended
in the fifth ball of the last over
cf the day when Stollmeyy ©
tipped the ball from Mudie into
the hands of young Binns behird
the stumps. Binns made no mis-
take, thus dismissing both men
whose wickets had fallen.

Even apart from these two
catches, Binns has proven him-
self a highly competent ‘keeper |
and the Jamaican selectors who {,
have been much blamed for the ©
youthfulness of the team are to
be commended for at least “hree—
Valentine, Binns and Lumsden—
proving that the older heads.are
often the wisest.









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Rangers S.C.
Annual Meeting

The Rangers Sports Club will
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| at 9 a.m. .
Arrangements for the coming

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- 'B.B.C. Radio

Programme

SATURDAY, JANUARY 28, 1950



j
|
News; 7.10 a.m. News
am. Accordeon Inter-

Speaking; &

7 am. The
lysis; 7.15
fide: 7.30 a.m. Generally
a.m. From the Editorials; 8.10 a.m.
Programme Parade; 8.15 am. John
} Bull's Band; 8.45 a.m. Colonial Ques-
tions; 9 a.m. Close Down; 12 noon The
ys; 12.10 a.m. News Analysis, 12.15
‘Association Football; 12.30 p-m. Meet
the Commonwealth; 1 p.m. Eve Becke;
Radio Newsreel; 1.30 p.m

“ Sandy Macpherson at the Theatre
Oe 2:30 p.m. Variety Bandbox, 4
The Daily

; 410 p.m.
- 4.15 p.m. Music from the
; 5 p.m. Listeners’ Choice 5.15
Programme Parade: 5.30 Generally
Speaking; 5.50 p.m. Interlude; 6 p.m.
Saturday-night Dance Date; 7 p.m. The
News: 7.10 p.m. News Analysis; 7.15
p.m. Behind the News; 7.45 p.m. Eve
Becke; 8 p-m. Radio Newsreel;. 8.15
m Philharmonic Orchestra; 9% p.m






























































p
The News; 9.19 p.m. Home news from
return to Mudie when .251 but] But as soon as he reached three JAMAICA’S—ist Innings Pritain; 915 p.m. »Musie from the
he was obviously tiring then, since figures, the true Stollmeyer emerg-|c. Bonitto c Guillen (wkpr.) b 3 GEORGE HEADLEY Movies; 10 p.m English Macetne: 1838
he batted through the entire Trini-| ed to treat the crowd 1 & #aWiess | ,_ Lameden b Fersusson 39 | +- (Barbedos Advocate Correspondent) Beis Sports Saview: li pa. The
dad innings for 482 minutes. exhibition of grace and technique] Rickards b Ramadhin 40 KINGSTON, Jan. 27 Res
His innings started simply, but which many school, boys watching x Boats b on %6 George Headley is considering} X* asa ae
in the course of it, he showed re-] could well absorb, 1G Sao ore Gétied tweet) b offers from Radcliffe and Bacup | (i
markable bhatsmanship. Groves relieved Fuller taking Ramadhin o | Lancashire, to play in. the Lan- }
the leather himself from the). Binns c Stollmeyer b Ramadhin (15 | cashire League this year. Xt 1 9
His innings included 19 fours.| northern end. Grove# sent down ||; lac Jones P Ramnetin 14] Headley has already played int} i
— cae ve Se a — = — followed his| 4° Valentine ¢ Guillen (wkpr.) b i = amen, eS a Lea } apa
Pp ership, Pp Pp nee’es*! example but this was a mere! essiona ‘or aslingden. acd-] (i & ( {
161 in an innings characterised by] pause in the business, Stollmeyer |= Kentish not out 3 |cliffe is the Club for which}\\\ cing as er
powerful strokes, clever timing) proceeding to haul Groves aver- — | Frankie Worrell plays, and Ever-|+);
and great confidence. His score] head in the next over for three. Total 155 | ton Weekes is attached to Bacu Su ars
included 17 boundaries He then smote Mudie along the, ae 1 i
; ef , ted ‘. | Fall of wickets: 1 for 14; 2 for 32; 3
With a lead of be it is —" tec carpet just pass the bowlers | for ‘9: 4 for 99: 5 for 99; 6 for 130; 7 for 1
that Trinidad wi declare 1t0-}| wicket with Mudie not daring tc| 136; 8 for 137; 9 for 150 , i ae Eneland’s No. 1 sugar
morrow. risk his fingers. But it was Kenny | BOWING ea R Ww | 14 ers are I obtainable
Trestrail who really livened | Jones Se: ae eS \it eo a asia aiiiceenmdation
things up helping himself te) eee: ; : : : , i}} sxc all .he leading groc :
eleven off Groves penetrating! 2) -cusson eta. s limited quantity
the run-saving off-field with pow-/} Ramadhin 1 ll 39 «5 Pisin veal ead
erful cuts and scorching drives. | Gasman tok Bieta e e,°8 )) ble rder ni c
Then an elegant cover drive bY] Ganteaumé ¢ Binns (wkpr.) b avoid disappointment.
Stolimeyer off Mudie sent up a Ifa 147 | i oe. eialeatemealiong
fifth century in 442 minutes. ‘ ec Binns (wkpr.) b we i speciiy | sVhk
Valentine then came on fcr} p,ectrei not out 161 )) acents: ZEPHIRIN’S LTD
Groves at the farm end but at this Extras 12 Mw
moment it appears that Jamaica's s sity Sand Ta 28.1.50—In
entire repertoire appear unable Total oe a of the
to worry these batting machines BOWLING ANALYSIB es
as they are insufficiently varied. - S
“a. : - -?! Kentis! z ,. 2. 1 {
especially lacking the medium ooo a am oS BARBADOS ARTS if
pacer type like Atkinson or Valentine * 3 133 : * { THE
Goddard | Ifa ;
4 aman silanes ales Groves 3 2 $1 0 og ’
Stolimeyer however was far| rumsden 1 0 3 0 & CRAFTS VO¢ IETY ‘s 7 9
more aggressive than usual and] Mudie 415 3 140 i § -

apparently had enough and was}
just enjoying a breezy knock
The score kept steadily on with,
lunch finding the board reading
£24/1/147; Stollmeyer 228, Tres- |
1 136, extras 12, the morning

play producing 109 runs in 90
minutes
After Lunch
K, TRESTRAIL Stolimeyer (228) Trestraii

(136) resumed Trinidad’s post-
junch innings of 523 for 1, Valen-
tine bowled first from the Farm
end, the over yielding 8 runs,
Stollmeyer helping himself to two

Stollmeyer (176) and Trestrail
(83) resumed Trinidad’s first
innings of 415 for 1. Stollmeyer
took strike from Fuller bowling
from the farm end. He was of

Aussies Rout
Transvaal For 122,

JOHANNESBURG, Jan. 27. |
The Australians, with nine}
wickets still to fall, were only 67 |
runs behind Transvaal’s first
innings total in their return three-
day match which began at Ellis;
Park here today.
Transvaal, who won the toss
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the mark, first ball, with a leg
glance to the deep square le;
boundary for four and the bats-
men took four singles, the ove
yielding eight runs. Kentish open-
ed from the screen end for th
first time of the match. Fuller ir
his second over was given th
third new ball.

Trestrail greeted this with ¢
powerful late cut through slips
for four to enter the nineties.

Kentish in his next over con-
centrated on bumpers one of which
bounced clear over Trestrail ana
the wicket-keeper’s head and went
to the boundary for four

This had no effect as far as in-
timidating batsmen was cencern-
ed. Both punished the bumpers
with powerful square cuts. Tres-
wail cut one of these with tremen-
dous vigour to the boundary
making his individual total 99
La@er he pushed to backwar
point for a single completing his
century in 124 minutes.

Stollmeyer turned Fuller
Square leg for a brace sending up
450 in 401 minutes.

With the score at 451, Groves
° made the first bowling change
bringing on Mudie from. the
pavilion end in place of Kentish
The former sent down a maiden
over to Stollmeyer. The batsmer
seemed quite set now and were
scoring chiefly in easy, well placec
singles:



: .
| In-this vein Stollmeyer ap-
proached his second century. With
his individual score at 196 Stoll-
meyer faced Mudie again and took
a single off the second ball. |
Both batsmen took singles again |
and Stollmeyer now 198 faced|
Fuller from the screen end. A

single to cover off the first ball/

made him 199

i Trestrail took a sharp single
: and Stollmeyer facing again turn-
ed to fine leg for a single com-
pleting his second ceftury after
412 minutes at the wicket
His first hundred had found
' him batting himself into form in
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singles while Trestrail took two
singles and hooked a short one
to the square leg boundary
Mudie was brought on from the
pavilion end and Jeffrey took a

single off the first ball. Rain then |
chased the players to the pavilion |
wth the score at 532 for 1, Stoll-|
meyer 231 not out and Trestrail |

142 not out.

Frequent inspections by the
captains brought no decision and
finally the umpires inspected the
wicket, calling for play

A large section of the crowd,
impatient for play, barracked the
aptains each time the wicket was
inspected and finally.the umpires
as they took the field

The skies cleared but the light
was quickly fading

The umpires took the field at
5 p.m exactly, with Johnny
Groves’ men immediately follow-
ing, eager to resume the fray des-
pite the unenviable position in
which they found themselves

Stollmeyer and Trestrail, 231
and 142 respectively, also lost no
time in reaching the middle
anxious to extract the most from
the remaining half-hour.

Mudie continued an over from
the pavilion end, each batsman
taking a single.

Groves took charge from the
farm end. The wet field was shar-
ing favours, slowing down the
ball, at a disadvantage to batsmen,
but making ground-fielding a
slippery and uncomfortable task.

Trestrail reached 150 in 20)
minutes and soon after his tean
passed the 550 mark in 466 min-
utes. Shortly after Stollmeyer
pulled Mudie hard past midon to
pass the 250 mark, himself having
taken 469 minutes in so doing.

These boys had long since
established a new ground record

for the second wicket, beating
217 by Christiani and Westmaas
in the British Guiana-Trinidad

mateh here in 1947.
immediately afterwards Mudie
dropped a return from Jeffrey who
then was 251. In Groves’ next
over Trestrail beat his own pre-



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The Weather

TODAY
Sun Rises: 6.21 a.m. |
Sun Sets; 6.00 p.m.
Moon (Full) February 2.
Lighting: 6.30 p.m.
High Water: 11.14 a.m.

YESTERDAY

Rainfall (Codrington) .38 ins, } "BBS $9996 O0OOO00" tS CREE CEO OOOO.
Total for Month to yester- || 4 —

day: 3. 97 ins.
Temperature (Max.) 80.5° F.
Temperature (Min.) 68.5° F.
Wind Direction: (9 a.m.) E.,

by N., (3 p.m.) B., by N.
Wind Velocity: 16 miles per

hour.

Barometer (9 a.m.) 29.996;
(3 p.m.) 29.911.

Saturday Night. 2bth

PERCY GREEN & HIS ORCHESTRA
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tttlBOA* JA.M.AKY 28, 15U CLASSIFIED ADS. FOR REXT HOUSES •TARAWAY". fumniwd. c Bau.lt,. bearr, rrein March I per iwrnlh Ph„. „„" !"!" L'ir'oE*"" I **-r.-,''"; l ." ; THE BARBADOS ADVOCATE *\\TFn "£20 PAGE SEVEN HELP fc-ttirday. 1pm MU. P H l*og,£ Crow Road phonl m „nd 3 Jfl p m *l l.M-On CLXRK-J OnV* M .tens Appl. NWN ag*j ., tfry Knight %  "-Vleinore. Rrittoi *•* between i W Cleric M.I,: (or oyr depend! n rtn yualineai person with written -ID jwwntata io thSecrrI 1 90-1 ( i F1.AT-M. ni-hed 'rum end of Mr"'h~ijT"! t August. Dial MS. %  *"<• i-onm. Wont 4476. 0 1 i ( „ sTagafejstUBrsB Apply: Mrs A Eg. ADVOCAT. UM- gf*. ""' JO*1 Br j J.iHerei.1 cU.-idc.Uon aim" ""•" %  "" %  DIED .. .. Prances VIIIM*. y*y i>r<*" .mployed at U ConLTiaei *•"> Th li, V,""i 'STS Sffmtdtncc. P ,k l, "* d Bl,,h i-'rane Coast rnndern easy D Herbert 3< I 50 n TAii->Ra-rtri t *" apply inpallnrl ""• Sl 1-ucy Joarah >WIUI. Mr. Jcmlnvi idautfiur'. Oaulaand Eatwrt IBabb JT1 SO-in Mroorni and all modam cn, mirni tor Frbntan'. April u. u t..__ .. Pial S3I0 May, June i960 Mra. Stuait By no* I.SO-Jn ^ SI 1 SOIn ""£•£> %  ""Ploymmt from Ui FVtoniarv : Marh.m %  %  PURLH \orn KS MONTHLY" EASILY fumd at boos In rparr J*aling ii riaanpa No cxparlane* n •ary Sajubl* Oar atthar an. I aw tact yau with Btudank •.. %  -..Donuwoaa *ar pan tnrloaa J' Btaaaa*. /Jr Hail only Uyi Philatattat. Prorpact Hoat, Wan Roa. Lota* Lanca. Kn.Ui>d. MAIL NOTICE fcmm Mall* for Uarilntotta - P^TSiT w,n "• tiom *• Pnat 0c. l**ree* mall at 3 p m ruary taw mtt*n4 .1 rt'-jary Mall .< I. n m Prbnwrv lfH. M4a|a*aa| y tha U. ihc Gmcral i" lath febOrThe Schoonpr "Emeralda" will accept Cargo and Passengers for Trinidad, sailing TODAY. B.W.I. SCHOONER OWNERS' ASSOC. INC. Tel. 4047. MONT-4BAI. 4*'*ntA...M --1 ZKALAND URI UMTTVD w '*" VN - UNI) ..n 5 ^" TORT " afhd.lrd to am Srdnry January lh arrivin, a< Trinidad about rVbmary MSKAIPAKIU .chadulad to 7 Port Pirle January Tth. Burma J_.nu.ry IMh Baauty Point jimlarT MM Vtnldad ISth. Mvlbourna J.nui-y February Bih. .rrivina at Trlnl rT^ET %  SSV hav %  ""*'• I* 0 ' %  Chilled. Hard FtaNn and Oanrral Carco :-""£* ,*"" Tanahlpmnt at Trlnld-.i or Rrnl.h Oulana. Barbadoi, Wlndar1 ^nrt l*•*<,rd fiUndl *'"' l"_"'ee partwulart apply;— FURNxaa wrnrv c*, LTD Atwnta: Trinidad DA COSTA Co LTD Airnta: Barbadoa V Sue. tniBT Orlf. r FLAT One i*lad in Baxti. l-aundr> Apply < modarn unalain 1D> 1 nma premKra 1 io-2n MM Hill, from 15th Frbruarv Newlv Kitchwi Nook. i. a Bedroom.. Bath, r. Apply F. Jordan. Shadyndon'i. Deacon. Road __^ a.l.W-Ia. • I MEMOfilAM beloved Father HKK.MON HUBaV a* %  %  i an the l*trt January l2 yea Mill in our Ld M .. : % %  HI that'* don* by Thee. _ e> freah today. R hour he wnk owaj|an bat not fotaptten NMMUU W* Jeau* [. B I |*M> him there fU> be lefarrbtr )X1* 'Hei Uwrndolme Cirant, lane. Sylvia. Brenda. Carl. Mar%  ckAarrn Monane. DaJion. Camie, k Dome iGtandai. Copy. B G. 31 1 M in CUOttKT A. IITH and, ""• which mctudea: Old Faahion Mah<,: KOA SHITH. who d-d <•> J-..u-i> Mill S\l Swr .F KKl a ho DELIVERY VAN "___RR aM and In A-l tondlUun. %  ban-plated wiih Bedford Truck QMirieay Garaav i:0 3n. tt.CAl R0 PLAhT Die-I BKWC LJ !" voiUl 5 P"ar. *' _Jy E,utc Sa>. A Servlc. IM Hill |Am ailCTlQN J HAVE been inMmcted by lb* Bkhm. £" — *""" lUn of Inlonm NOTICE BARBADOS IN THE AMAT ANT "I ipri \i ^brt* 61 *' Jur,,d,ctlon CORA EVELYN. !" . p Ulnll 2J* *!£: "T* NathanT, Deceaaed. to aarertain th Jiitribute it amona; ;nd I hereby *tvc „ ; • !*"> Uy Of *etoruarj E "V %  m • h* Town lUi ha, •*• the time and olace ntert >Dated thia i h day ol January ISM I. V. GI1JCE3, ,, AClerk. A i* A 14. I SO.In CANADIAN SERVK'K S S. "ALCOA PLANTERS S. "ALCOA PATRIOT Sailing every tw Arrltaa lUrbade* Wh January lath iSnd February 3rd. • o -,.. N,w DK SERVICE S S BYFJORD aalU from New York Uth. urivn in Barbados Had. NEW ORLEANS SERVICE SB. ALCOA ROAMER aaila from New Or lean • 30th Decembei IMh January 9l.s ALCOA RUNNER aaila from N ^"h January, arrive* Orleans Uth January, arriving lotice lo dli Creditor! en ah. Terms D'ARGY A. aCOTT, Govt. Auctioneer, DUI "A 1 17.1.10—R RR| : Raj ktiii I have been inatrucu^l to aafj „., ,. %  __. %  raulrait could death prevent. %  4wNurc* BM Banruser and Mra. Maale SI 50—1 aVTve I) Morrit %  h.p. can BBM 0a* ilr Vauxhall 1M7 (RWf Qtnir. St Matthlaa Gap U 1 50—On < % %  >! %  lt-0 Saloon ItOS moll a hjuid condition Appl* %  airaah, Dtsj ,)( u I W4n I PBErTCT INS model-in very SSjejon Mileage Ib.OOO Apply • Game Dial—4S18 *l 10—3n. ^_f Ford I h p in food COHEREan. Batgrave, Purity % %  * %  17 1.90—On. U1( i - c BSA, O.H.V •0 mferi working order ,kale Duagg.. rtar-^r*J rm D 8 ? Wlth B d; "P*^?'!~., C D ?' r,: -. B *r Wc Man Chair with Cn?£ n" i?T? and Man olving Chair. Old Faahlon Side Hoard., yollejtion .,f Hook Shelve.; a ( „|l; oi Mah. centre and Side Table*a lection of Dining Table, including Tip ?T, P u. d C ".?'" ,0 ^ : ~"ectlon of War*; 1 f? h Orandfather. Clock Ca^. collection of Glaaa J.r.; Carpet.; Iron Bjd.tead with Spring and M.tfei. Cedar P.r-. : ch*M „f Drawer; Mahogany Double HM'iee** wiu. ton. bpnn t and Spnng-flll .naureaa; M.h DrVJmi ?£l\< 7& w *Mrob '<> -ver^J other item, of Intereat. Anyone intere.ted in overlooking the above can AD -.. Tuesday the BW between the hour, of Term, (fl nlng. 1-1-90— c '^ n v L, ^1 '" %  •'""••I by Me^rt. Sydney Klnch Ltd to M)I at their office ftrwljuck Street, on Tuewlay next the 31.t January, beginning at 11.30 o'clock an entire lot of Sample* which include Tea SeU; Tie.; Suapander.: Gramaphone lick-Up., Toy.; aevetal Una ol Iwaeta Aluminum Ware, a collection of Perfume a collection of CoametKa; a collection of S-oe Cleaner.; a collection of Ladi*. Shoe*; Olua. Crown Corks; Corn Flake collection of Baby Cereal; a collection of <4> Pint Flaik* and ae*'erg| other item, of Intereit Terai. MMMI, CAMR. D. AHCY A, SCOTT, Auctioneer. H.tW.-3n. By Initructlona from the Oovt m Ivrculivw Committee I will .ell one tard Lorry belonging to the Water their yard Coleridge Street on JfGPIANT; On* ,|, cien T * A C 310 Watt. -^ % % % %  •aon. Ttii.. B"tPUPPY .DO,,. at tta /.** ,""ppued. RegUR Ew.J;.T 1 „ c,ub London I St-l.f.n %  l AlldOI. i ao—in. Sf^-ous RHBW!!** • ""H^t Tone 1 l^in 1 -4n '•MI7T.VI C *ST0R Oil "**!5Sft UNDER THE SILVER HAMMER ON Tueaday 31.1 by order ol MUa Ivy Whitehend we will .ell her Furniture ai bar Home, comer of White park anu Chaajmnn Street which Include. Small Dining TabU f Sideboard. RockerTub A Folding Chairs. Couch. Omamen* T.ible. all In Mahogany: Bentwood (-. %  ir., P Waggon. De^l Table.. Caipei. Pictures. GUM Ware. Double wd Single Iron Bad.teada Bed., Painied Preaa. Mahog Dreaalnf Table. Che.t .,. Urawesa. Waehetand and War*. Larder. Kitchen Utansxa. Kitchen Table, and other items of Intereat. Sale 11.10 o'clock Terms Chah. URANKER TROTMAN CO.. A'Ktkmeei*. XI. I 90-ln NOTICE 1^1 (III l-TATI m TIIEODOIU: Din !S* v !" '"' •MX o, cUlm. i,.wi "• IUi.tr of Thoodorc nuotov a!ol n"STn."^ ', *"•* ''•;> M.". S3; Mond who dlod on lb. *q, iciober iMt, Apply: DA COflTA & CO.. LTD. c.nodua arrvlo. HOUTBT THOM LIB. Hr. Vo .no dull •torvlo. -1-nlcuUt,' „,-,„;,?'" %  "-. Iilcd to the nude Scaly, and £van duly at%  nmi Ad....... rAUooj -.-•n David Con,, Soalv. No i^ W atnlth. Solleitori, o. a Swan Slrrot, Bndl.town Qn 01 i^Ef '"f ""> •> ol March. IMC, .t£ which dale >, ,hal| procrrd lo duuihtilr SJ" ol lh. dM aolon. Ihr l;iloa .milled thereto ha. !" ^Iird only lo uch claim, ol which w.TKS !t' n .S !" ! %  ~"~ and we ah.ll"^ any part liable for the assets „, ihereof distributed to any claim we mall 'hose debt _. have haDOrtt: DUDLEY SKA1.Y. Deceased HARRISON LINE OUTWARD FROM THE UNITED KINODOH S.S. PHOSPECTORS.S. "CRAFTSMAN" S.S. "QUEEN ADELAIDE" S.S. "THIRLBY" HOMEWARD Vnwl. SS. "PHILOSOPHER" For further information apply to DA COSTA & CO OFFICIAL NOTICE' rARRAD08, IN TRR ASSISTANT ( Ol RT or AFFE V| lOq..mi..c Jurisdlrtsom 1 TTA Hiu DEM --PlanilrT ET1IB1JNDA ODESSA BUV DefmCant IN pursuanco of B n Order in HM. lour, in the abovw aettoa mad* on thr .-ih day til Janwy IM0. I gly* notice lo all peraona having any eaute right or intereat in w or Late of C Holder and on the West on lands now or late of Fair-view Plantation or however else the same ma> btr.t and bound Secondly .11 that certain piece or par eel of land alee situate at Super tat i.e M the aald pert.* of Saint George and U> l-nd aforeaald rorsuirung by admea-ure. m a nl on* road be the same nun •> %  leu hutting and bounding on the North ag lands now or late of C lieider on the %  .sat on the public road or* the Swth on Lands now or late of S Browne and %  -t on Lands now or Ute of Fin-view Plantation or however rle the fc-nie may bull and bound Thirdly .11 that certain place or par • nd situate at Superlative in th Mid] pari.h of SaliM Oeorge and Utand -lore—Kl cnnuinlng by ^dmeaHirenwn n# rood bo tha .ante moro or Wa* butt ing uivd bounding tow*rda the North at L-nd now or late of E O B Sinllh •>n the Esut on the public road toward, the South .m lands now or Late %  ( tr.c Eeaie of D Blackmail dacennrd and ol land, now or late f I alrview Plantation or howevssr else the • amc may bull and bound lo bring before me an account afj then aaid claims with their wttneaae*. gsyru. inenta and wurhora, to be ruamined b> mv on any Tueaday, or Frtdny tietween the hour* of 12 •nouni and 1 octoch In the afternoon, at (he Office ..f the Clerk of the Aaantanl Court of Appea: at the Court House llndgertown. 1*1,.., the 11th day of April 1M0, „, l>rdr that such claims may be ranked according to the nature and pnonty thorroi re.psj.nwly. otherwtae ;u vh pera^ns will be precluded from the benefit eg the said Decree, -nd He deprtvrd afj cUlm on or ..gainst the uid prooert> CUlmant* are also notified that lhr> i'iu-t .itlend the said Court on the 12th day of April IMS. a m when their Mid claims wUI be OTven under my hand this Twenty fourth day of January tMg I V (.1LKES. Ag Clerk of the Asn.Ui\t Court f Appeal 21 I 50-ln In I arlisli Hay m l-ORT Schoorter MoUy M, Jonea, "£ ^i? U %  M,r > M !" ?5 h a* Sml J V SenMarion Hell. MareHenrietta. Yacht Heegi*. sch Endeavour w Set. Raeca De Ore. M V TB Radar. Seta Efner aid.. Sch Gardenia W. Sch Adalma Sch Freedom Flearv. MV l*dy Jo> Adallna <.i„T,t.. II W I A I. Sch Hho %  DlrrAitTraaa Schooner Gardenia W. 4a lone ra*. ra.pl McKjee. lor St Vlnc.nl. I, U Sc "oner Owners' Association V Canto., in, ,„„. „, Q^, lor Domlmra; Afmt. SchoVni, Awocl.-.iion. ARRlVALfl— %  r-rom Trinidad: ^.ne~!Sh? vSr,;:;? "r""".'„ Gort " %  "-•• • %  •> oiiin..-.h. %  • % %  't.. Wemrriri ,.^, t'^'."""" "aSE UtS Pet-r. linard 7.-rt,l Mltchlllln. "ernV rr i ,lc .a*.a'*\, N "'" ".PAIlTflll.B, U 1 A l_ Vtrlnr na., ., i !" "* truicashank. i ^atia-raS i From Lnvtn Due ItAThadon London 1 rIMfllrei iAmdon Livernoot .. Tlh Jan IM .l.n: 20th Jan. 281h Jan. 27(h Jan. 4 oz. tins $11.25 per case of 48 x 16 oz. tins. $55.00 per 100 lbs in lots of 25 lbs. and ovf r RETAIL PRICE (not more than) 22c. per 144 oz Us 26c. per 16 oz. tin 59c per lb. 27.1.50.—In THE under signed win net up (or sal* by public competition at hiij-mre Jamea Street. Bridgetown at 2 oetack o l^-idtaiw lotai February I.MJ All thai wo storied certain m*uag* or dwellinghouHf -md shop situate at Tudor, reet, Brmgetown. together with iha sott square feet oi land on *hich the wor,t wl11 be the deciding factor. The appointment is DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE. DOMINICA FOREST SERVICE, Applications tM mvited for n post of ConservaUon omcer in the Department of Agriculture. Donunica. It is desirable that applicants should hold a degree or diploma but experience in soil ConservaUon aatno stand: On the top floor nr* ill bedrooms., C. Bath A ipaclou. yard tunable for BOND to me bk „1 premise. For inspection Dial 4323 3078. For dltlon. ill further particulars and conof sale apply io D. LEE SAROFANT. Solicitor 20.1.so—an. B ^SL INDlA BISCUIT COMPANY S WMI ES. A small lot priced to vtafd mteie.1. Phone Mr. Webb, itias .l SO-gn For Sttle-Co/ufi. COVE SPRING HOUSE A modern Bungniow, four bedrooms, two hg.> raler. on the sea. bathing beach. I', acre* of lj.n-1 Ve^etable Garden, g miles from Bridgeti. t Gardan. St Jamea. Enqutry Suidvfielda St Peler Phone BI- M Ihe premises Garden. St. James. It I %  lER MISCELLANEOUS GLADIOU BULBS—M different colours No, I Grade, Just itmved from Hollan.l Apply. J. W Barrow. Telephotir No. leOS-OlM. Ml B0~n PI^TFORM SCAJ.ESPhone 4elT The Grnei.il Agency Co. |B'doa> Ltd Higi' Stroet. 21 1 30On TYRaR Truck and Car Tyre* 7*0 0. 700 x 20: 30 x S. 000 II, 500 x It 4* 18. 400 x II: 440 x IT, )0* x i' M x It. Auto Tyre Co. Trafalgar SI so i so—t f a SHIRTS— Wholesale and Retail. Factory ii-***. R.yal Store.. 11.1. SO—IBs ROYS SHIRTS PYJAMAS Tbt Soyal Storo IT 1^013. Ill St—lSn AMUtlCAN PIANO—In good condition Apply lo Mrs Olga King, I-ower lb-<.Street 20 1 JO-Sn. CREAM SEPARATOR. tpfroo f tro lly rsnri butter chumer, 2* milk bolter Vra L>-nch. Whl'e Hall. Codrtngton Hill Telephone *2T. M I SOIi. CANDLZB -1/par doe. Owen T A.lder. Roebuck Street. Dial 3SR> U I SO—In I JETTON On-Sea. well known anc ..tu,-u.e Seaside Rgoori at Maxwell L? r i" rU 5 u i* m pply Y * L,mm Co.. . Bruiid Street, Phone 4044. U 1 S-n. THE BANYANS" — With the land tl.reto. containing 4 Acres I Hoods. Jl Perche.. situate at Upper Bay Street. St Michael. Ideally suitable for dewlopmeni a. Building Estate. Inspection any day except Sunday, Ittween the hours of S 30 am and II ..na.m. and 4 p.m. and C p.m. on application to Mr. Ronnie Gitiens on 'hprrmiae.. Dial am. The above property will be set up for hale at our Office No 17 High Stree itndgMown, on Friday 3rd day cl February 1*00. at 2 p.m. For further particular, and Condition, ol Sale, apply W the under.ignad.COTTLE, CATTORD g. CO HI 94-|]n OFFICIAL SALE j /.littAI-iS IN Tllf \HHHTAM I Ol ST Ol Al'Pt Al. iEquitable Jurisdiction' CARNETTA HOLDETt Plaintm. ETHEIJNDA ODESSA nLASflO BEftlTtl Intranwt i„ Klngrton Al Iberlntul. Cornell. Vender 11 Intranall t„ Antigu. Al drew. Heart Trouble Ca ised .by High Blood Pressure If > ou hgyg, %  !• agouBd tha heart %  ",:(M;n. dflTtagag, n.sdach*. 'op and book of hand and above wag .bortBoag of breath, fee! narrr, or our ajT/Eg%.3t* l 0M 2 %  •"""' ana oaarsr. loalgeotlon, waer* a. n ,i giJa"E ^ l ijT| la protebr/ cau..| IT Illgh Blood Praa.ur* Ttita C "lyotarloua tlt.aaaa that caagM aagg* l.atha than canoar. beu.* ft, symMoeog are ao common and uoua..^ 1'iiatakao for aoma simple aliment i ^>u .ulT.r from any cflhfie ayti i .*UVT£ 'hi* '"" ** m? ^ 11 •ITTTJI^ ia *,1* P* !" 1 *" 0 otrok. %  nd rou should atart lr*alman( at "nee. The nry first dose of Noxcr (formerly known aa llvr,..i a ne%  edloal dk.aov.aij, reduces High Htoo,— and makes you leal A shby. Mr Atan Cheoks. an De Mr Leonard v.lois Smith. Mrs" Tnstiee Valots Smith. Mr Ralph K.delail. Mr "Of MIj amM i>ownev Mlaa Blanche % %  lostsea. Mr Itarroiirt Clarke. Mr Arlhurtlroeieer. MacirFor 5, KUt. Mr lrenus Every. „ For St. Lucia Mr John Dews*. Mr. %  c .ManN(H .„. ood Warehlme Ml*. IJaphne Theobalda. Mia. Stella Worrell. Mr. NaUlan Bilsky For Antigu. Mr Karl Blanchard. Mtaa 1 iicllle Pereira. Mr Randolph Parry. For Jamaica Mr. Oeorge Goodfellow. s Francis Cameron. %  !: Petal I'reagi • IHI.II ana maxee you fi.l **ai. jounger In a few day.. ii,t ri 0 e irom your chemist today. Il Ii e-iarsan %  laka strong w^noney sinpiy pa<--aga. us>': well*.. In Touch With Barbados Coast Station md Wireless iw I %  lid advla* tfw.1 they can now communicate with the following .hip* through their Bartx*%  %  • '.II..M. UOOa ItiUns. City of Khartoum, Comedian. Hlpsvru.. Sun Jewel. InmHvalina. Blorghelm, S Roag. I m-tm. Kepublica de Venesue>ta, Maiitehen. M V Barbara. Cotllca. RM-S. Mauretama. Afghanistan. Lsuty Nel-on Nordforn. Uprus. Sliver Briar. Aablom, II irl. Carnua. He Daux. Cornish --•'iihern Clue*. Wassurn Dam. llemmsfcerek. Marco r\>lo Lome, norm qiMSS, IVtros. Esao Everett. HadrUan. Meuw Anaserdani. Belinda. Pacific Exproas, Forrest Hank. Salvaaa, JgfnaMo producer. Alcoa Itunner. ST Dun tan *so Syrcu Mormar Mar. Barranca. Eros, Herons undge. 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Saturday



nt

‘45,000 Bu tchers
| Revolt In Britain

‘Food Ministry Stop Killing

LONDON, Jan. 27.












































A speat supplies.

a vay Roacand butchers all over Britain have refused
fo pay an increase from next Monday in the Government
on their purchases of meat from two pence to nine
Ȣ in the pound sterling.

A eet ne To-day tine Food Ministry's

_ “ piolennie agents in London noti-

more than 5,000 ers.

o(] Missions 5,0 butchers,

through their organisation, that
no meat woule be issued for the
capital next week, unless they
agreed to pay tne new mi reuse.

Slaughte: rouses in Sunderland,
Durham, received an order from
the Ministry cf Food to-day to
stop all killings of avimais im-

6 Blockade
In Berlin

BERLIN, Jan. 27. | mediately.
dreds of German lorries! This instruction was believed to
Yomed quees many kilometres} have been given to slaughter

‘ both sides of the Soviet zonal
Te hee point at Marienberg today
a ’ac¢ German police continued
ir delaying tactics.

Central German canals are
oven up, and only rail traffic,
sql air services and Allied road
~nsport ran normally.

' Members of Allied Missions in
lin are now facing a special
blockade of their own.

Tost Sunday an American train
s held up at Helmstadt because
razilian diplomat was aboard
“documents were not in

houses all over the country.
The Food Ministry later tenied
that it had given ‘its agents in
London any aiutthority tc threaten
to cut off meat supplies.—Rester.

Big Govt. Sale



Expenditure
(Barbados Advocate Correspondent)
ANTIGUA, Jan. 27.
On Thursday the Government
held a sale of seven buildings at
Coolidge Base as an experiment to
see if there is a possibility of
Antigua’s Government recovering
some of the $165,000 paid for the
Base.
Women make frequent sales but
this one might almost be termed
}men’s_ only, Buildings fetched
$12,500 thus placing the Govern-
ment in a reasonably good posi-
tion to recover the expenditure
through the balance of remaining
buildings.
Administrator R. St. J. Wayne

The Russian authorities have be-
m to tell them when they seek
of interzonal travel per-
niis that they must apply to the
tompetent German authorities”
he East German Government.
is no western Government re-
wmises Wilhelm Pieck’s Republic
leit Missions in Berlin find that
y have to take a plane if they
wish to leave or enter Berlin.

The German Ministry of the
for tonight suddenly an-
d that all lorries entering
ing Berlin must in future
ded with a special pass,
by the People’s Police.
pouncement did not speci-
the regulation would
ly to the: Autobahn, which
Berlin with Germany

ye

wha
who was present, seemed reason-
ably satisfied, also chief buyer
John I, Martin who is developing
1 village at Brigginho Ottos.

(By Cable)



iches of Rain: |
8 Die Per Day
‘InB.G. Floods

bados Advocate Correspondent)
GEORGETOWN, Jan. 27.
Wnment continued an un-
battle qjainst the tioods
= sul continuous rains raised
pwater levels and by four the
wewrological Department re-
inches, 54 parts for the
Mi so far.
od waters in several districts
ached 1934 level and Mahaica-~
uCony area was one sheet of

Duke Of Edinburgh
Will Join Bevin
In Cairo

CAIRO, Jan 27

British Foreign Minister, Ernest
Bevin, looking fit and rested, was
welcomed by cheering Egyptian
crowds when he arrived here to-
day for talks with Egyptian lead-
ers. He is on his way home from
the Colombo Commonwealth Con-
ference.

The Duke of Edinburgh, who,
arrived earlier from Suez, and is
to join Bevin as a guest of the
British Ambassador, Sir Ronald
Campbell, bought presents in
Bagdad for him this morning.

Reuter

d

A Tough’ wirv'y on the East
east, revealed cows dying at the

of 10 and 12 per day and
are more carcases than cows.

Gover nment technicians were
Â¥ considering a proposal to cut

and provide more out-
In every district villagers |
# mass meetings, forwarding
muons to Government for im-
mule telief and late today the
ane a Conference with



Can Destroy |
The World

LONDON, Jan, 27.

There is little doubt that, within
a few decades or years, any power
with modern industrial resources
will be able to destroy the world,
today’s London Times said.

The Times scientific correspond-
ent wrote in an article on the
Hydrogen Bomb: “The destruc-
tiveness of the subsidiary hydro-
gen material, and its unlimited
plenty, point to the _ possibil-
ity of greatly increasing the de-
structive power of any stock of
uranium 235 or plutonium, which
will still be needed to initiate the
hydrogen reaction,

“How far the hydrogen project

tive and Drainage Ex-




















M Esseguibo Coast radio
, me maggaaes reported
ice was suspended
Tad at Huist Dieren was
making it impassable.

factories were hard hit,

of bags of padi were
pd by rising waters and
of the coast is de-
a8 Essequibo Lakes
Verflowing, A}] along the

)



ols are close has advanced is not, of course,
Tom back fate ane BPs. known outside. However, there is
ere, © are SV8D) little doubt that within a few

decades, if not a few years, it will
be possible for any power with
modern industrial resources to de-
stroy the world as we know it”.
—Reuter.

D.C. Workers
threaten Strike

_ 8rator Stow Speaks To-night

e Sol Appears |
a ish Guiana

AdVovate Correspondent)
3

i OWN, bc. Jan. 27
George Weld, $.J., Vicar
a British Guiana and

~~ came out brilliantly

y at 3
ci Georgetown but by 4
ms rose and rains

08.—(By Cable)

‘



(Barbados Advocate Correspondent)

LUCIA, Jan. 27.
The Workers Unions Executive
rejected the Reconstruction Com-
missioners’ wage compromise offer
on behalf of the Colonial Develop-
ment Corporation and fixed mid-
night Sunday as the deadline,
otherwise they are going to strike
on Monday. The Seamens’ Union

issued ; intimated that they were sym-
a pri pines to-day pathetic and won't handle cargo
wil om Toughout the] for C_D.C.
r Massa; Special prayer
. Gaily for ime} It further disclosed that the
Methodist ; majority of the Unions in the
a Synod meetings} Caribbean which have been cir-

n
ted Sympaty, Passed a resolu-j cularised have pledged assistance,

Q 4 With and deep! which swells the world confeder-
the pe ;
y are



count Pople's rondi- ation of F.T U ot
"et aS who were Following the emergency meet-|
— an iN= | ing n Friday of the Exec
. sCorgetowners | nounced that the Admi
“ant Sol appeared| J. M. Stow will address a public



here are dark meeting in Columbus Square at
ter? +h e

(By Cable) f

on Saturday on the B
wage rates.—(By Cable}



“BUTCHERS’ REVOLT” today threatened London's

Helps Refund |

pos Rane

EE

~ Italy Will
Administer
Somaliland

GENEVA, Jan. 27.

The United Nations Trusteeship
Council today completed the ap-
and
annexation for the administration

proval of the agreement

of Somaliland by Italy.

The Council recommended later

today to adopt the agreement.

Italy will then immediately ad-
pending
approval of the agreement by the

minister the territory

General Assembly,

The Chinese delegate, Dr, Shin
Shou Liu, today objected to tha
continued use of the words “for-
for the

mer Italian Somaliland”
territory.

It was finally decided the agree-

ment shall be known as “The to a friend. His friend told
Trusteeship Agreement for the him how his wife had been
Territory of Somaliland under asked to pay $1.60 for one

Italian Administration” . pound of fresh butter, The

Tt was also agreed that at the scribe who was getting good
end of Italy’s 10-year period of fresh butter at 84 cents per
edministration. the people of lb. was touched. He wrote
Somaliland shall he free to choose a piece in the paper point-
the name for the territory.—- ing out the exorbitant price
Reuter. that was being asked for

Bandit King
Wants Pardon

PALERMO, Sicily, Jan. 27,

The Sicilian bandit king, Sal-
vatore Guiliano, hinted today
that he wanted a Government
pardon,

In a letter to the newspaper, de-
livered by an unknown courier,
the killer of 100 policemen wrote
from his mountain hide - out:
“Peace cannot be achieved by
persecution, but by tolerance and
pardon.

“And the peace ang prosperity
of a people reflect the greatness
of its leaders,”

His letter broke the silence of
his mother, who was detained and
now released. Guiliano said that
he had received news of the re-
lease with “great joy”, but he
charged that her ten-month im-
prisonment, awaiting trial, was
“unjust”, and added that the alle-
gations made against her were
“calumnies” .

He had earlier promised public-
ly that when his mother was
freed he would “vanish”.—Reuter.



MeNeil Receives
Foreign. Callers

LONDON, Jan. 27.
Hector McNeil, British Minister
of State, today received Italian,
Austrian and Cuban callers at the
Foreign Office.
+ The first caller was the Cuban
‘Minister, Dr. Roberto Mendoza.
McNeil then had a farewell

visit from Dr, Heinrich Schmidt, }'

Austrian Minister in London who
is leaving London next w to
become Austrian Minister in Paris.
At MeNeil’s request, the Italian
Ambassador, C. Duke Tomaso
Gallarati - Scotti, called at mid-
day. It was believed that McNeil
wanted to discuss the Transfer of
Somaliland to Italian Trusteeship,
and to ask whether the Ambas-
sador could give a date for the
sailing of Italian troops from
Naples to take over from British
troops in Somaliland, —Reuter.

SYRIAN PRESIDENT
INVITED TO RETURN



Te 97



ALEXANDRIA, Jan. 27
A 30-man Syrian Mission ar-
rived here today to invite the
exiled former Syrian President,
Shukry El Kuwatry Bey, “to re-
irn to his country” .—-Reuter.














HEAVENLY HOST ARMY
MASS IN SEMELCIRCLE

BANDUNG, Jan. 27

Troops of Westerling’s “Army of the Heavenly Host” and
of the fanatical Moslem, Dr U1 Islam Army were today
massing in a semi-circle south of here, according to reports
reaching Indonesian and Dutch Army headquarters here.

eeeorlereen inne tee Pere enaynen ‘} A large Dar UI Islam concen-
tration was also reported to be
encircling Tasikmalaja, a town of
60,000. people, south east of Ban-

Butter



sf

Â¥
‘
4

; } Tourists to Barbados to-day.

_ The Thames

Fingers

IF proof were needed that
there can be too much pri-
vate enterprise when it
comes to foodstuffs the fol-
lowing true story speaks for
itself.

A fellow sq@ibe gave a lift








—— ne ene







fresh butter.

Result the good lady who
sold the butter for 84 cents
has pushed her price up to
$1.20 a pound.

Explanation
the paper.”





“It was in




Dutch May
Recognise

Red China

THE HAGUE, Jan. 27
Russian recognition of the
United States of Indonesia may
bring nearer the Dutch recogni-
tion of Communist China, accord-
ing to usually well-informed po-
litical circles here,

It was felt that Indonesian re-
cognition of China would soon
follow Soviet recognition of Indo-
nesia. Holland and Indonesia are
known to have been in close con-
tact over the question of recog-
nising the Mao Tse-Tung Govern-
ment,

dung.

Dutch forces were in the pro-
cess of withdrawing from Tasik-
malaja in accordance with The
Hague agreement.

The situation amounts to a war |
- | {
the |}

Indones
and

between the
Westerling

of
ian

nerves
Army,

Dar Ui Islam, but Indonesian and |
believe |
1e

Dutch military observers
only a spark is needed to
whole of West Java ablaze

The warrant for Westerling’
arrest signed yesterday by Indo-
nesian Defence Minister, the Sul-
tan of Jogjakarta, has increased
the tension.

Reports from Djakarta say that
the Indonesians are forbidding

set tl



|



It is thought thats Russia will
no longer oppose Indonesia’s ap-
plication for membership of the
United Nations once both Holland

Chinese Communists.—Reuter.



| SN a

ROME, Jan. 27.

Signor Alcide
Christian Democrat leader, to-day
formed a new
three Party Ital-

and Indonesia have recognised the day.

DE GASPERI FORMS
SIXTH CABINET



DON’T MISS [T. SIR

access to the Premier of the Pas-
undan State Government, Anwar
Tjokromasio, who was arrested
on Wednesday.

Frail Body

The United States of Indonesia
was legally a frail body, “but the
T.N.I. (former Indonesian Repub-
lican Army) are trying to wipe
out our State by arrests and ter-
rorism’’, a leading member of the
Pasundan “Indeperidence Groyp”
said to-day.

A T.N.I. senior officer claimed
that the T.N.I, was taking action,
because some members of the
Pasundan Parliament were “in
league with Westerling or Dar Ul
Islam, or both,”

Machine guns were covering
roadblocks, and troops guarded
all the main entrances to the city;
though such precautions were
insufficient to stop a determined
attack, or gradual infiltration into
the city

It is known that several Wes-
terling units have masqueraded
as 'T.N.I.—-a simple process merely
involving wearing a scarlet scarf
and a brown straw hat.

Dutch army authorities to-day
handed to Indonesian Prime Min-
ister, Hatta, and the United
Nations Commission the details
of the events at Bandung when
the ex-Dutch Commando Captain
“Tureo” Westerling led his “Army
of the Heavenly Host” in a light-
ning attack on the city on Mon-

—Reuter.



necessitated by the refusal of the

De Gasperi, Liberals to take part again.

Sforza, 77-year-
old Independent
Republican, con-

Count Carlo

ian Government, tinues as For-
committed to a | PATRICK HASTINGS] cian naanctes.
120,000,000, 0 0 0 » Randolfo Pac-
lire programme tells the TALE OF THE cirdi, Republi-
of agricultural STOLEN PEARLS in| can, aged 50,
development. + ae . who fought
This plan to Monday’s Evening Advo- against his Fas-
meet Commun- cate. cist country men

ism in the pov-
ert y-stricken



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in Spain, retains
Defence—a post

South involves made increasing-

the confiscation — ly important by

of a million acres of big unde- the Atlantic Pact

Veloped estates, and their distri- Mario Deelba, Christian Demo-

bution arnong landless peasant: cTat, aged 48 mair t the Inte-
The 18 man Cabinet Signor rior Ministr ‘ rded he

De Gasperi's sixth since the War bulwark J t militant

includes 12 Christian Democrats,
jthree Right wing Socialists, and
three Republicans

The six changes made from that
‘which resigned 16 days ago were

munism
Ke}

posts go

inancial ind econo
to three Christian Demo-

and to one Rict

ist.—Reuter

ng SOociai-

|
head of the Bank of China and}
brothersin-law of Generalissimo
| Ch n Kai Shek, filed a suit,
laiming the none from he]
Bank
Wells Fargo Bank officials said
that the deposit would be kept
until a cour; decided who should |
have it.—Reuter, ite

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U.S. Voters In U.K. Elections

Will Lose Nationality

LONDON, Jan.

Thé American Embassy war..ed
all Americans in Britain to-day
that they will loose their nation-
ality, if they vote in the Bri-.ish
General Elections,

This is in accoraanece with the
Nationality Act of 1940 ana ap-
plies to an American who vo.es,
either legally or illegally, ia a
foreign election, the embassy sid

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between the Queen Mary
(bottom ) and Brittanic
(top) is the Mauretania
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LONDON, Jan.
Five men jumped to saféty whe.
the 200-ton Dutch motor’ vesse:
Delta sank in the Thames nea
ihe Tewer..Bridge. and. the. heart
of the city of London early today,
after a collision with a British
collier,
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— $1,000 Million Worth Of
_ Arms Will Go To Europe
— “Only Strength Will

Ensure Peace”— Acheson
WASHINGTON, Jan. 27.

Britain
Welcomes
Pact With US

LONDON, Jan, 27.
The British Government tonight
|“warmly welcomed “the bilateral
;Arms Aid Agreement with
| the United States, but warned
that Britain was unable to “under-



mitments” to mutual aid without
endangering her economic recov-
ery.

A Foreign Office spokesman said
that the agreement was consid-
ered “a very good bargain’. Diffi-
culties which had arisen during
the negotiations threayning con-
clusion of the agreement had been
completely met. The Foreign Office
explained that Britain was already
the maximum contribu-
tion to Mutual Aid by facilities
given to Americans in Britain and
her “large contribution’ to defence

under the Brussels and North
| Atlantic Treaties. The agreement
; Save a new impetus to arrange-

ments being made to increase the
individual and collective capacity

| of member countries to resist any

attack upon them” the Department
added,

Reciprocal Aid, which Britain
will provide towards Atlantic De-

fence, was defined by the Foreign |

Office spokesman as (1) Assistance
by Britain to Atlantic Pact mem-
bers, other than the United States,

(2) Facilities for American
forces in Britain.

(3) Payment ot a maximum of
L5S300" up: to June 30 fer the
administrative expenses of thq
Mutual Defence Assistance Mis-
sion, handling the scheme at the
American Embassy in London.

river at the time of the collision
The five—four Dutenmen anc The Foreign Office spokesman
the British pilot jumped at thc} stated tonight that Britain had

moment on to a launch man

the pilot’s two sons.

last
ned by

jumped too late, but was pickec
up from the water exhausted anc
taken to a London hospital,

The pilot described their rescu|
as “ a real stroke of luck”. }

The Delta owned by D. Davids)
of Delfzijl, Holland, was carrying|
a cargo of stone up river, |

Tower Bridge—Loncpn's famous |
“lifting bridge’—is a few hundred|
yards from the Tower of London|
and from the capital’s business}
centre.

Police launches and tugs with]
searchlights soon lit up the sceng|
of the sinking, and a wreck buoy}
was moored to mark the spot.

—Keuter.

Pope Will
Identify Tomb
Of St. Peter

ROME, Jan. 27

Vatican sourees said the Pope
has chosen the eleventh anniver-
sary of his election—-March 2
to make an announcement about
St, Peter's Tomb At the same
time, they said, he will inaugur-
ate the grottoes brought to light
beneath the huge Basilica by the
excavations around the Apostle’s
Tomb.

The Pope’s announcement will
confirm the ancient Catholic tra-
dition that St. Peter was buried
beside Nearos Circus, where he
was martyred and that the Bas-
ilica -v2< built over his tomb 300
yesrs later by Constantine. It
was not said whether the bones
of St. Peter were found in the
tomb. According to one report,
these were discovered in a stone
casket which now lies in a place
of honour in the Pope’s private
vhapel on the third hoor of the
Vatican Palace,

The Vatican has refused to
comment on reports about the
discovery of the bones.

They are expected to tell the
full story of what they found in
a book to be issued shortly in
Rome—after the Pope's announce-
ment.—-Reuter

|
A fifth Dutenman, Simatin, |



Bank Waits For
Court Decision

SAN FRANCISCO, Jan. 27.
The Chinese Communist regime
have asked an American Federal
Court to, forbid the Wells Fargo
Bank to surrender a $626,800 de-
posit of the Bank of China to the

Chinese Nationalist Government

Last month, H, S. Kung, former |





notified the United States Govern-
ment that the agreement would
come into force at the moment of
signature. The agreement is con-

sequently now in force,—Reuter,

Flu Closes 29
Jap Schools

TOKYO, Jan 27

Japan’s two months old influ-
enza break is now worse around
Kobe on the main island, where
it has closed
officially announced to-day. |
Altogether 30,706 cases have been
reported Reuter



PRESIDENT TRUMAN tonight approved the
secret Atlantic Pact Master Defence Plan,

clearing the way for America to send $1,000,000,000

worth of arms to seven European nations.

-*' Shortly before the approval,
State Secretary, Dean Acheson,
signed bi-lateral re-armament

agreements with the seven nations
—France, Belgium, The Nether-

lands, Luxembourg, Norway,
Denmark, and Britain.
Secretary of State Dean

Acheson said that the. Bi-lateral
Arms Aid Agreements signed to-
day were designed to ensure that
the Democratic institutions of the
North Atlantic Treaty Powers —
may continue to thrive and pros-
per.

“Free nations must be strong
to remain free’ Acheson said at
the signing ceremony this after-
noon

The Mutual Defence Assistance
Programme will contribute to the
growth of strength and security
in all of these nations.”

“The peoples of the North
Atlantic community value peace
and freedom above all other

things, and they are determined
to take whatever measures may
be required to preserve them,
Acheson added.
Collective Strength

In the world to-day, this de-
pends upon their being strong and
;JOining their collective strength
in support of the cause of peace
and freedom

The signing of the North Atlan-

tie Treaty was a recognition of
this need and a reflection of the
will of the free nations of the
North Atlantic community to
achieve the

primary
the United Nations

ance of
security

purpose of
is—the mainten-
International peace and





“The North Atlantic Treaty is
based upon the principle of self-
help and mutual aid. If its pur-
poses are to be attained, each
member must do its utmost to
strengthen itself and provide its
fair share in helping to Strengthen
the others.

The agreements, which have
been concluded to-day, represent
a major concrete step in further-
ance of this principle.—Reuter

Truman Kisses

The Bride

WASHINGTON, Jan. 27.
President Truman kissed tha
bride when he attended the wed-
omg reception here of Miss Dru-
cié Snyder, 24-year-old daughter
of Treasury Secretary John Sny-
der, and Major John Ernest Hor-
ton, 4 White House Military Aide
The wedding and reception, the
big event of Washington’s winter
Social season, drew an aristocratic
assembly of government, political



29 schools it was} and diplomatic friends

Champagne for the 1,100 guests
was pumped through a_ huge

“champagne fountain”.—Reuter,

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gaTU ——

Ipc ADVERSE BALANCE

|yows BIG REDUCTION
VP ill At $4,939,825

(Barbados Advocate Correspondent)
GEORGETOWN, (By Mail).
‘ Guiana S adverse trade balance for 1949 has shown
pris tial reduction over 1948, as imports and exports
eee ime peak as recorded in year-end’ figures just

+ git al!
1948 Trading @———_—___ sin

oe y's ;
he colony — by in 1948. Outside earnings by rice
“a $11,319,105. oan _| realised $3,097,774 compared with
for 1949 eranin $47 718° $9,060,508 in 1948.
is pared Ww Pree ote alata exports dropped by
ote, while the ee $104,986 lbs. Timber, = which
Pa 5 $45,818,701 during oa only a negligible amount was
PP nc, $36,542,445 sal eh | shipped to Canada represented a
trade eae while total of $1,003,484 or $36,043 less
Ms therefore $4,93 ' 78 394 than 1948, Molasses brought to the
at $11, kK “,.{| Colony in shipments to the U.K.
¢ from the Unite NS} and Canada $434,833 or $182,842





23,730,683,
punted to $23,730,638 more than 3948,
S capatia, $7,980,525, from) Ail gold exports were made tc |

the U.S.A. and these amounted
io 16,331 ounces valued at $622,-
225 as against 16,025 ounces valued

British possessions, $7,319, -

from foreign countries

al ‘exports Of] 1+ 66 ;
Of the “ec haif of the| “* $529.983 in 1948,
paler mount — ($22,756,459)

to the Dominion

Canada. United King-
ana, 516,020,189, the
68,638, and other
‘ti ‘possessions took $4,325,-

B.G. Drinking And
Selling More Rum

GEORGETOWN, (By Mail). ;
British Guiana exported in}
1949 3,683,088 proof gallons of
s , .o| }4in as compared with 3,211,293
of the Colony’s produce| in 1948. Last year’s exports were |
$118,481; Neth-| valued at $4,763,533 exceeding the

West Indies—$88,626:| 1948 total by $51,714.
ds Guiana (Surinam)—/ —Tocal consumption in 1949 was|
s+ Sweden—$103,607; Vene- | 362,830 proof gallons earning for
457,567; and Argentine—| Government $2,267,691 in excise

1 of $49,758,526

4 duty. In 1948 duty collected was |
Gand tote Oe ed. into| 92°040,245.

“gf goods importec

: manures, sulphate |

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Commercial |
Exam Results

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The following results have been
received from Pitman’s Commer-|
cial College, England. |
URSULINE CONVENT |
TYPEWRITING
ELEMENTARY: D. Cuz
field, A. Ashby, J. Ramsey
INTERMEDIATE: S.. Egglesfield
Watson, D. Curwin, J Ramsey
SHORTHAND



Eggi |





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nia, and sugar manufac- Labour Leaders

: ' ted
See too. All the su Warned Off

000. All the sugar
* Bees machinery and sul-
‘of ammonia came from the GEORGETOWN, (By Mail).
Chief Justice, Sir Newnham ;
Worley, on Monday granted an|
application restraining Dr. J.
P. Lachhmansingh, President of |
the Guiana Industrial Workers |
Union from entering upon lands |
at Uitvlugt belonging to Messrs. |
Bookers Demerara Sugar Estates |
Ltd. until determination of $2,000 |
damages claim against him
alleged trespass.
f

Dr. Lachhmansingh and Mr. |
Amos Rangela, Seeretary of the|
Union, are alleged to have tres-|
passed on the estate’s lands on|
December 1, 1949, and for which
the proprietors not only claimed
$2,000 damages from each of them,
but asked the Supreme Court to
grant an interim injunction re-|
straining them from entering upon
the said lands until heering of the
case,






























|
|
|

. ion manufactured piece

imported totalled $2,483,479
tificial piece goods amount-
$1,956,576 or more than
pover the imports of the

aos drop of $843,512 in
» of flour imported, the
for 1949 being $3,137,781,
for 1948 $3,981,293.

than $300,000 worth of
atus was imported
‘year, compared with 1948.
imports for 1949 were

“Milling machinery and
nt to the extent of $75,195
pported last year and all
the U.K.

Exports

again held top place in ’
t of in 1949 with a At a previous hearing when an
of $21, order of restraint was granted
0 against Mr. Rangela, Dr. Lachh-
nts an increase of| Mansingh asked and was granted
be the value of sugar| 2 two-week postponement in
for 1948. Last year’s ex-| order to file opposition to con-
amounted to 37,140 tons| tinuation of an interim injunction
than that of 1948. In 1948] previously granted against him.
clon rted 136,673 tons} An application on Monday for
$16,453,319. Of the total! further postponement was refused

2,903 or nearly half
exports of the Colony. |

oe

i }tons worth $11,-| by the Chief Justice and the order|
went'to Canada, whilst} made against him.
WS valued $9,183,281

to the U.K. Sugar exports

tose by over $4,000,000
tar above the 1948 figures,
mly by half million dollars

Diamond Hunt
In Brit. Guiana

(Barbados Advocate Correspondent) |
GEORGETOWN, (By Mail). |
Mr. T. P. Larken has applied |
for exclusive permission to ex-
plore for diamonds in five puna



a ; e
bquxite
Nei on to second place
of exports, 1,757,65(
Shipped earning
» This amount is 115,516
the exports of 1948
sed $2,497,415 more than
Hous year.
received 1,591,561
} United Kingdom
fons; the U.S.A. 126,255
other foreign countries
tons while othe
Dossessions took the
ing 30 tons.
Guiana under contrac-
nts shipped to the
in 1949 26,105 tons
ed with 17,530 tons

Cat
ea miles of land in the Kurupung
" River area of British Guiana. Th:
3,200-acre tract is reported to be}
located in one of the richest known |
diamond bearing districts — the
Mazaruni District—of the Colon ;.
The Kaituma Gold Mines Ltd_,|
has also applied for an exclusi\ .
!





permission to search for diamonc's |
over an area of 5,825 acres in the
North West District, and in the
same district, adjoining the Vene -
zuelan frontier, Mr, Alfred Coopc ry
has asked for permission to ex-|}
plore an area of approximately |
9,600 acres—also for diamonds.




BUY





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for |

PEEK
EAN

ELEMENTARY S. Egglesfield

THEORY: S. Raggiesfiéid, L. Watso
S Spencer |
SPEED: G. Chadderton (70), §. Spencer |
(60), S. Egglesfieid, (50 J. Wat |
(56), J. Watson (60)

BOOK-KEEPING |
ELEMENTARY: S. Eggiesfield
ST. PATRICK'S SCHOOL
TYPEWRITING
ELEMENTARY: J. Garcia, D. Hackett



INTERMEDIATE: J. Garcia, Y. Dotti:
J. Sutherland, O. Jones
SHORTHAND
ELEMENTARY: J. Garcia, 0. Jones,, |
Y. Clarke,
INTERMEDIATE, (Theory): J. Gare
Collymore.

BOOK-KEEPING
ELEMENTARY: J

Gareia, D, Hackett!



B.G. Team Here
On Wednesday

THE British Guiana team will
be arriving here by special flight
on Wednesday Ist. February,
according to the Secretary of the
Barbados Cricket Association. The
visitors are expected to touch
down at Seawell around 2 p.m.,,
and arrangements have been
made for the Oval to be at their
disposal daily.

Mr. Kenneth Wishart, Secreta:y

of the BG. Cricket Board of
Control, has expressed his
appreciation of the full co-|
operation received from the |

Barbados Cricket Association.

Bradman Bat For
op B.G. Seorer

GEORGETOWN, (by Mail).

A “Don Bradman Test” cricket
bat will be presented to the
British Guiana batsman whio,
makes the highest aggregate in|
the forthcoming Inte: colonial
Cricket Tournament in Barbados.

This prize is offered by Messr
Booker Bros. Sports Dept., who
have stipulated and insisted on
consistency of performance

9% Dividend



(Barbados Advocate Corresponde
CASTRIES, (By Mail).

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per cen

A dividend of nine
has been declared by the St
Lucia Co-operative Bank, Ltd..}

the

in respect of the work of
1949.

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| SEEN ON HER FEET for the firs

according to Zoo Superintendent Cansdale.

China, has been suffering from a vitamin deficiency
bamboo shoots in the carly stages of her illness.—Express,

; would be fittings included in that

| would no doubt be a good thing
| if they
j was the

| new runway

depth of soil for removal was in " con-
the region. of three and haif} curred in, and the Council
feet adjourned sine die.

The figure of $1,200,000 was a
{figure which lappened to be} Lb: e |
prepared before the full data on Mobile Cinema
certain aspects was available, oi
sent to the Secretary of State f

| the Colonies. It was a provisional

| figure inasmuch consideration During next week the Mobile
of a grant or application for a| Cinema will be giving five shows.
rant by the Colonial Office to tt On Monday a private show will
Treasury invariably tool, tir be given at the St. Joseph’s Alms-
. house. Tuesday's show will be
A Difficulty for the people of Lancaster area
It was very difficuit in the} and it will be given in the Lan-|
absence of any comparable caster Plantation yard, St. James.|
in Barbados to estimate accurate-| On Wednesday a show will be
ly the cost of such work as tt given in the Shrewsbury Boys’
one being considered, They had] School yard, St. Philip, while on
no experience of work of that) Thursday residents of St. Thomas
| Size and very little information a8] will benefit from a show in Clif-|

regards the costs of such thing4| ton Plantation yard.

as transportation etc

THE BARBADOS ADVOCATE



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t time since her illness at Christmas’ was Zoo convalescent No. 1
Liev-Ho is eating porridge

The B.B.C.

$500,000 Voted for Runway.



|did not follow the remarks made |
by the Acting Colonial Secretary
as regards the lighting. Did he say
that the money for lighting the |
present runway would be in the}

estimate for the conduits that
would take lighting to the runway,
but no provision for lighting itse/t,
which as he understood would be

by revote of the existing previsiun | 6stimates? It seemed futile to him|
in the estimates. to try to get the new runway

As regards the terminal build-|eStablished as quickly as possible,
ing, there was no provision ‘or|if after it was established they
them in the present contract. 1yjhad to wait several months for

the lighting arrangements.

The Acting Colonial Secretary |
explained that the money in the |
estimate was for lighting the pre-|
; sent runway, whicn was at the!
moment lit by flares. As the pro= }

could be extended, but it]
view of the Government
that first things should come first,
and it was essential to have the

On the point yade by Mr.; posal for the new runway came |
| Evelyn as regards the actual|up for consideration, it was decided |
estimate, the Acting Coloniaj/to continue lighting the present |
Secretary said he would repeat/runway by flares, and purchase}

that the original figure which had,
been given in September on the
question of the construction of the
new runway was not an estimate
but only a suggestion. That poiut

lighting equipment for the new|

runway. |
Mr. Pile asked if arrangements |

for doing so were yet in hand
The Acting Colonial Secretary |

had been strongiy emphasised! said no. Provision would be in-
then cluded in the estimates for the
The Reason | coming financial year.

The reason why a figure had Mr. rile repliec that the esti- |
been given was that it was con+| Mates generally came out shortly
sidered that unless some figure} before the end of March. Would
was given neither chamber ci| the Government wait until then
| the Legislature would be prepared] to order the lighting equip*nent?
to entertain any application or| He knew that machinery ordered
suggestion that he work be these days often took quite a long
undertaken time to be delivered.

At the time that that figure] The Acting Colonial Secretary
was given, he understood that} Said he could only give the assur-
those who, supplied it were basing| ance that they would take steps
it on the hope that there wou'd] to ensure that that the equipment
be very little excavation of soil,|] Was obtained by the time the new

runway was completed,
The Resolution was then

But he believed that the estimated



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Still On Show

THE Barbados Arts and Crafts |
exhibition at Queen's Park, con-
tinues to attract large numbers uf
hildren fiom the various schools
throughout the island.

Among the interesting exhibits
seen at the exhibition were some
paintings by C. B. D. Reeves a
pupil of Harrison College who pot
a number of prizes and certificates
for figure drawing and paintings
in colour.

Other prize Winners include
Dorothy Watson of Queen’s College
with a picture in colour depicting





a scene of Paradise Beach,
Dorothy King, also of Queen's

College, with a picture in colour}
illustrating a steamship in a stor m, |
Belinda Rust of Codrington High |}
School for a painting of water}
colours and John Coe who sent}
in a fine painting of Cailiaqua, }
St. Vincent. |

Landships _
On Parade |

Seven Landship Companie :
will meet at Holy Trinity Church
St. Philip to-morrow in a Churei
Parade. The ships are, the Duki





of York and the Norfolk of St.

Philip; the Victory, the Qucei

Elizabeth and the Queen Mer)

@ from page 5 the assurance that Government from Christ Church, and ihe

| ing to lay down a new runway}Was doing every thing possible to!Nelson and Iron Duke from St
and therefore did not order light+|ensure that the materials were| Michael.

ing for the old runway. That pro-; purchased at the lowest price{ Representatives of both parish-

vision would be untouched during} possible. }es in the House of Assembly have

| the present financial year. There} Hon'ble G. D. L, Pile said he! promised to attend the Service

which begins at 11 a.m The
ships will be under the supreme
command of Fleet Commander
Leon Marshall.

No S.S. For
Two Days

During the past two days, nm
Steamships called at Barbados
Last here was the S.S. “Comedian’
which arrived on Wednesday
evening to land a stowaway fron
Grenada.

Expected to arrive to-day i
the tourist liner “Mauretania.”





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Mr. G. L, Taylor and H. A. thee Gini EES eatin @ service to: °
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Eagar Taitt of St, Andrew 15s.] Parts at District B, Boarded Hall |

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Their Honours confirmed the} “’, P&ts- i London

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He was given an alternative of}
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Admitted
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and Letitia Jane Lucas |
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Decree Granted

IN the Court for Divorce and
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His Honour the Chief Judge, Sir |
Allan Collymore, _ pronounced
lecree absolute in the suit of |
M. Grosvenor (Petitioner) and |
V. D. Grosvenor (Respondent). |
Phere was no order as to costs.

In this suit decree nisi was |
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Mr. W. R. Douglas, instructed by
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THE BARBADOS ADVOCATE



BARBADOS

mig hase

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general public within recent months; and
the debate on a resolution to defray the
expenses of experts to draft the oil regula-
tions in this island gives further ground for
dissatisfaction.

In the first place it is questionable
whether the resolution was necessary at
all. It is an insult to the intelligent section
in this community to be told that it is
Necessary to send outside Barbados to find
people to draft leases and regulations by
which the Government will deal with the
company or companies who will drill for
oil. In the legal branch of the Civil Estab-
lishment of this island there is an Attorney-
Genera! and until recently an Assistant
and a Legal Draftsman. In addition to
these whole-time officers there is a Solicit-
or-General and a King’s Solicitor on whose
services the Government has first call.
Why it should be necessary to import some-
% one to do the job has not yet been satis-
A factorily explained. The reasons, however
sound they may be to the Government,
have not been vouchsafed to the general
public who will be called upon to foot the
bill.

But if it is admitted that there may be
good and sound reasons for the importa-
tion, the method of presenting the matter
to the Legislature was most unfortunate.

When the resolution first came to the
House the provision was for the sum of
$3,000 but when the discussion came off a
week later, the Leader of the House asked
for $20,000 instead. There was no justifi-
able reason given for the advance in the
sum. Honourable members who took ex-
ception to the increase were accused of
deliberately misunderstanding the posi-
tion. It was then that a compromise was

' Published by The Advocate Co. Ltd., 4, Broad St, Bridgetows WHEN Freya Stark made her [Jw Augustus Musir ‘over ot exploration along the Trade Cost of Living
3 Sa 7, jonmary 28, 1950 first journey into ee Aseb lends - f old imcense routes of ve 2 sh a Fair Gi A Bi ff Usually
: turday, it was as if she had been drawn the Hadramaut. She took only iti ndust res tf] |

4 : there by some mystical attraction one or two servants, and relied The Brit ! ries Faw | ALLSOPPS LAGER BEER—per bottie ...__. 26

\ } Sat Ee We ‘not revealed. to upon getting Arab sides cu.ney.| “THE British Industries Fair, the world’s |] 9yq: ae ee ew” Pe 6.24

: = sion which was not revea o successive stage of her y. 7 riti ndustries ° ' ,
wt Oil Trouble her until the appointed time. She In her book “The Southern Getes largest national trade fair, to be held in Lon- QUAKER CORN ' a one pkt ......., -32
my , ss has said = = a - ei she tells nee hae don and Birmingham from May 8 to 19, will GOLDEN BEAN I AR-per pkt. .. 22

% ; r ere for interest and pleasure; 1 ill in a desolate place ana ” = i!

} THE method of handling government is certainly among the most for- death by a narrow margin. The be larger and better than ever,” so said Mr. |; (COLONNADE STORES
a measures in the House of Assembly has jtunate journeys that have ever tender care of a guide, = pe Aubrey R. Starck, — ee eee

3 certain] reco i been undertaken into Arab lands attention of a chemist who hurried! Trade Commissioner in the es. COM vie a a -
q Pherae mmended itself to the | )\"sny European, for it started the to her help, saved her life until a| tinuing he stated: “The story of the Fair :

ow

a

ee

yi Sci with j

tee

MNOGATE.

growth of lasting goodwill and
comradeship between herself and
the Arab people. Because of this
mutual understanding, she has
been able to do more than any
other person in recent years to
explain their point of view to the
English-speaking world. It has
been her constant endeavour to
cement enduringly the friendship

British plane could be sent for.
But her usual réle on those jour-
neys was not that cf a patient.
She had been a nurse in the war
of 1914-1918, and wherever she
went, sick people came to her
medical attention.

The outbreak of war
intensified her activities. Travel-
ling by motor-car

between al] Arab peoples and her donkey and camel, she went
fellow countrymen in Britain. Syria, to Pal-

Egypt, to Aden, to
estine.

She br in Arabic
from Paghdad; and

She has been an intrepid and
valorous traveller. Neither sick-

FREYA STARK |

makes most interesting reading. It goes back
to the start of
was forced to make many of the
formerly imported from Central
for | Small exhibitions were held throughout the
in 1939} country
Board of Trade.
and ship, bylish Industries Fair was held when 10,000)
to! official invitations were sent out to overseas
buyers. Three days
at Cairo she-/to open.

:

ness nor danger has restrained
her. Into desolate regions she has
journeyed with determination that
as seemed aimost superhuman.
And all the time she has been
forming those friendships which

are among the things she has
valued most in her(life. Her first
journey was made in 1927, and

she was a sick woman when she

She had been an invalid for
three years. The doctors had
warned her mother that she must
| have every care and attention; but
| Freya Stark made @ sudden reso-
lution to cast aside the yoke of
ill health and go out into the world
alone to seek new experiences.
She had never visited the Middle
East before, but had always been
enthralled by the stories she had
| read in “The Arabian Nights”.
| Moreover, her father was a sculp-
}tor and had taught her, when
nine a child, to appreciate the
| beauty of Arabian bronzes and
‘oottery. Before there was time
for the impulse to fade, Freya
Stark found herself on board ship
on her way to Beirut. It is little
| wonder that the months which
followed were among the most
exciting ones of her whole life.
She had studied Arabic and had
| pictured herself living in intim-
late contact with Arab people—
| and now her dreams were coming
i true! For Freya Stark, life began
| to have a new significance In her
own words, “the East was opening
| to eyes that had never left Eu-
| rope”. 4

| To her delight, she found that
| she was able to fit in perfectly
1 with the altered ways of living.
Due to physical weakness after
her long convalescence, she be-







FREYA STARK

came seriously ill; but no thought
of returning home entered her
mind. After she had recovered,
she continued on her journey
from Damascus through Syria, ar-
riving at last in Jerusalem. From
there. she went on to Cairo and
returned home after an absence of
two years. Some of the letters
she wrote on her journey have
been recently collected in a book
called “Letters from Syria”. They
revealed how the hospitality and
kindness of the people won her
heart completely— and made it
certain that she would soon return
to Middle Eastern Lands.

It was to Baghdad she went,
and settled down in a tiny house
in a densely populated quarter of
that romantic city. By this time
she was familiar with the Arabic
language, amd she took up the
study of Persian. Many of the
Arabs were astonished that this
small fragile Englishwoman
should undertake so gallantly and
even light-heartedly the journeys
she was planning, She had no pre-
tence to have a man’s strength :
on the contrary, she was femin-
ine in all her ways—and in her
dress. She has published the story
of her travels in Mazanderan and
Luristan, as well as of her happy













life in Baghd tself. The Royal
Asian Society awarded her the
Burton medal for her Persian
journeys, and is the only
woman ever to have received this
honour.

The spirit of adventure kept

luring her on. She made a long



















Egyptians joined it to study
principles of democracy.

other Arab lands, for nobody



founded the Brotherhood of Free-| bound for Liverpool was sunk by enemy)

dom. More than 35,000 young
the
similar organisations in
has
realised more clearly than Freya
Stark that the Arab peoples are
essentially democratic at heart.
Back in the days before Britain
had gathered her mighty strength
and the Axis powers appeared to
be dominating the war situation,
it was one of the greatest satisfac-
tions of Freya Stark's life to know
that the Arabs remained steadfast
and loyal to their British friends.
For a good many years now,
women of Britain have been
proud to shoulder many respon-
sibilities that once belonged only
to men. A great number have
built up successful careers in pro-
fessional business, and academic
life: but all of them acclaim the
unique achievement of Freya
tark. To many British women,
who know her only through her
books, she is a_ heroic figure.
Among great British travellers,
her fame is assured. But she has |
been more than a mere explorer
of distant places.
remembered also
bassador of goodwi

started

as a great am-

Arab lands at a critical period
their history
Editor’s Note:
the wife of Bar-
bados’
Secretary, *



Venice in a villa
belonging to her
family.



















She will be} Went on.

ll between the|had become a permanent annual event.
British people and those of the | that year, the heavy engineering section at
| Birmingham was opened with 85,000 square '

FREYA STARK | feet of space. "

Colonial | destr
Mr.|for one year and then the White C’ty, now

0 Re eae used for many of the famous sporting events | ¢ DUTCH APP ny
ages came into service for five years. In those | % ade

February 3rd| buildings having escaped German bombs.


























2 agreed on, even although the members of Ha le speeeeenantenipemnernanngag seelnceeen erin tant *
the Government party so far forgot them- z % methin
selves as to vote against the resolution. It y Pr. u e ar by “Dp '
would have been easy to accept the amount a 6 ment is dissolved,
. , ieee .. 4. oe tae! ae ee i ssolv ¥
and with valid reasons advanced come re ee il ee aS
ini wurse, for the purpose Of asses=~
back to the House for the remaining LONDON, (By Mail ing a candidate's expense one
amount. It must be remembered that the Meet Mr, Cube, the man who know when his campaign
members of the House of Assembly are the made his fees ounces in ” ‘That is the problem which each
2 var : i ouple of months ago That is wroblem , w
“keepers of the public purse” and it is their eS Sa ches party must solve for itself with
ee ee the help of ite legal advisers And
i ; ; e ip 0 ts avisers. -
right and duty to examine carefully all | arguing. z the advice they had been given
requests for money from the Treasury. He symbolises Tate and Lyle’s to treat Prime ——
i ; : etermination to resist the threat announcement as the signa or the
There is another phase of this question . Sationalisation—e threat wyniich beginning of hostilities.
which is bound to bring further unpleas- [would become a reality Pr the Cube enters the pic-
antness. Labour Party won the iene!* is only one symbol in
va ‘kien gre ny ane Election and implemented its st nationalisation.
passed by the gisiative Councu. e pledge to take over the Sugar Te- “;. notably insur-
em. body w ? fining industry nt and meat distribu-
members of that y will have taken note Adopting various attitudes of ete tae amis
of the published debate and there is grave aggression, servility or indigna~ seainst the threat of na-
: . “ | tion " Kes Ss appear- ae i ae ly nN
doubt whether that debate satisfied any | 4 See ss ies n But Mr. Cube is the
: jence almost n the a - Til Mn ienenieirtall he
one outside the House that he should sup- | tisement columns of the National an os pgp. > Aa, Ne
t Press along with a selection from © Weenie aes 38
port the resolution. l'Tate & Lyle’s considerable rep- of tee Cowernmnnh,
The Legislative Council has already been |ertoire of anti- nationalisation hold that Mr, Cube’s cam-
4 aceused of sitting and deliberately block- fog Which was _ very wel te the Conset valine
’ ing legislation , ; until the campaign became en- | Lyle, who is Mr.
\ g eisiat , and from within warned tangled with the General Election King’s Counsel ser, trainer and chief
1a not to set itself up as any opposition. If The question then arose whether st as as you are ays it doesn’t, And that
; there is an , , Mr. Cube was merely a symbol ; has been issue.
er is an adverse vote on the resolution ef an individual industry’s fight a . :
a and it is rejected, the Council will now be | against the threat of nationalisa- Gant colle the Conservatives
. tion or whether he represented ; General Election, it
: accused of attempting to prevent the ex- lithe Conservative Party’s fight open for a Court of
; ploration for oil in this island. It is a against nationalisation in general The puzzle, when one gets dowr » an objection was
; , o A brass tacks. is r wh » call for a statement of
. mene resolution and oan only be passed This is an important distinction aaa Ae alana compeias eden : aa ahs campaign ex-
4 or rejected by the Council. If the mem- | because under ee ro when the Government announces pe And, according to Mr
’ bers of that body are not satisfi Laws no party is allowed an ad- the date of the General Election, M n and Sir Hartley Shaw-
— ot eatiafied that the vantage over its opponents in aN oy when Parliament is actually ©! the cost of Mr. Cube’s cam-
amount specified in the resolution is not | election through being able “ dissolved by Royal proclamation? paign and any similar campaign
required or that the resolu , s- throw greater resources into the could legally be counted as part
; “ solution is not neces battle. The question that had to Nobody seems to know. If tha of those expenses if it was held

sary at all because there are draftsmen in
this island paid from government funds
they might be tempted to reject the resolu-
tion inasmuch as they cannot amend it.

If the resolution had been properly pre-
; sented to the House and the necessary ex-
3 planations given, it might have served to
convince even those who thought it un-
necessary of the wisdom of voting for it.
Now it has been passed under most unsatis-
factory conditions by the House and even
those who are most anxious to see oil ex-
ploration in this island, might be unwilling
to support it in its present form and under
these circumstances.



@UR READERS SAY:





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if Would An Investigation Help Electricity Diffi ies ?
{ = | , BERLCULELICS ?
‘i gee re et = pmoetienes to the entire popula- or not. So long as I have safety olent manner in the main, but in so doing, or
a pe gp pes fag tgp ly ion : = island. for my person and home and without a religious foundation pardom me on
a - eee | ohn . E. SMYTHIES, M.E.1I.C. possessions for a short while their way of life is not securely vast importance
ia “ane ie ee ao aetew. longer, that is all I need. But I based and able to withstand the
id ectri bados, ‘ ter. am greatly concerned for the strain of hostile conditions and

Would it not be a good thing now
to have a thorough investigation
made by independent and properly
qualified persons ?

Diesel engines are all very well
in their way, and have relatively
high. fuel economy, but all En-
gineérs know that over a term of
years they require a great deal
more repairs and maintenance
than, for instance, steam turbines,
which are very much simpler in
design and far less liable to
breakdowns such as we have had
in the local power plant during
the past three years or so

ata

the argument
The first



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Preservation Of The

To the Editor,

the statement complete and justify

is
persons who probably dislike my
little sermonettes on the subject
me





be answered was whether Mr.
Cube’s campaign did in fact help
the Conservative Party.

If it were held that Mr, Cube

correct—and that the campaigns influenced the

first
most people including Mr. Mor-

assumption is
election
rison, are inclined to believe it It
is—the election campaign j

thorn



y question and one
t+ been made any























helped the Conservatives in their ready on But if the el ing the course of the}
campaign—and Mr. Herbert Mor- campaign starts when which have been going
rison and Attorney General Sir I it. But there was
Hartley Shawcross both thought ifficient foundation to the Gov-
it did—then the cost of that cam- er vjew to cause the Co
paign could legally be added to ? 9 . Se h y to disassoc
whatever the 600 odd Conserva- W hat 5 Oo Today the m Mr. Cube’s cam-
tives spend on their own cam- | art Exhibition, British | P*
paigns. Council at 9.00 a.m. ss >
Arts and Crafts Exhibition, proveg 4

This would not matter one scrap
if a political party wig not limited
in the amount it can spend on an
election campaign. But it is—and
very rigorously, It is already hard
for Conservatives to fight their
country constituents within their
permitted limit, so they run the

Mr. Morrison have got so excited
if I had put on my sugar packets
“Demand the nationalisation of
the sugar refining industry?”

This is hardly a good argument|
for the obvious answer is, “No
Put the Conservatives would have
done |”

Queen’s Park 10.00 a.m.
Meeting, Sanitary Inspectors’
Association, Dottin’s Alley
at 1.00 p.m
Cricket Trial Game,
sington at 1.30 p.m.



Ken-











ea ener etme, meen



; : reat boon
well-being of this community and Wore a

: temptation, and I fear that many
for suitable i









reverence for Al- are growing thus uneauippe ct toe 5 :
Sabbath mighty God which I hold are Tien a e. > at ae agg = Wad ° a default, munal life of the highest quality,
The Advocate— ae up with the maintenance being of the community is in things have moved a ina ae fae ot we aoe
SIR,—Will you kindly allow me of religious ideas and controls. It jeopardy, The child k xt of im this direction in recent years r
to add something to my letter on wane te os eee at AP ~ “ee the and now leaders nd FRANCIS GODSON.
: : : 1 ay, a strea cannot ts tat are ewailing what *¢ , “helsea “ot
Sechauer 06, Suwen an tines datame please themselves and rebel spring. It is strange 4 that oar tae heaee of Sceee anions ne
Chih seed be Sanknked = against restrictions, but we must many fathers and mothers do not in paganism.” That | ae :
inclu to make all learn to take larger and deeper oa ae Cricket

recognise any of this
unable to look into the
too careless to at
takus time for suc
to work out, as
for the boy t
: “The 1 f

They seem
fut

ure, oF




views, and not live as
heathen in a Christim land
Secondly, I want to say that I
am thinking much of the boys and
girls and their future. Unless they
are taught religious and Christiat

mere there is yet a n
fearing, quiet-

the






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hs © Seriousiy Mey are not as safe as ceed T
1e ies > sid ld | » 4 5 r 7 oo
_ 3 pa eng a c ice : take to get make th ney lack 1
reasons may or may not be sound then I have no powerful
in the light of recent experience, axe to ; matter, and the nat
and from the viewpoint of the that the are of the island in ings
% = . . 2 : ; ; 3 % ;
general public. But it should help general tally involved. My general character 7 '
- ” ar ¢ » ¢ 1 nol r li ” . . " :
to clear the air to have the whole course is well nigh run, my m@ conduct of the comn ace teetlien” (4 Mais
y is arily sho > and will ery ¢ C ¢ So
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I hope they will not allow this

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before the Fair was due
the famous liner, the “Lusitania”
action. Only 500 of the 2,000 passengers were
saved. Only 4 buyers from the United States
attended the Fair, but 285 overseas buyers
from 23 countries saw this first national ef-
fort at the Agricultural Hall, London. A few
hours before that Fair was due to open, a
German airship dropped [00 bombs 50 miles
away from the building.”

“Her Majesty, Queen Mary, who is one of
the most regular annual visitors to the Brit-
ish Industries Fair was among the first on
the opening day of the Fair in 1915. There
were 591 exhibitors occupying a space of |
88,714 square feet and 34,000 people passed |
through the building.

“In 1916, the Fair moved to the Victoria
and Albert Museum and had to be reduced) _
in size to under 50,000 square feet. The | ?
following year it went to the Victoria and
Imperial Institute because a little more space |
was available. In 1918 and 1919, the British |
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of all places, but although the buildings were |
old, bitterly cold and overrun with rats, it| NEWS
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years £5,000 a year, a mere pittance, was
spent on publicity. In 1925 came the great
Empire Exhibition at Wembley. Still the
British Industries Fair continued, the Olym- | ¥
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“In 1949, over 17,000 trade buyers from
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130 territories visited the British Industries
Fair where the latest products of 90 indus-
tries were on display. Among these were
110 trade buyers from the British West
Indies.”

Mr. Starck continued: “This year, a record
space of over 1 million sq. feet will be occu-
pied by more than 3,000 firms representing
90 British industries. The exhibits will be
displayed in 32 groups of closely allied trades
for the convenience of buyers. In Birming-
ham a special section of civil engineering |
contractor's plant will be the largest ever
held at the Fair.”

On the subject of publicity, Mr. Starck dis-

closed that 7% million stick on stamps for
Letters have been distributed through the
world. Other items include 700,000 informa-
tion booklets, 300,000 invitation cards, 80,000
posters, 50,000 showcards, all in 10 languages,
200,000 menu cards in 12 languages. In addi-
tion, press advertisements will will appear
in 63 countries in 33 languages. 65,000 ad-
vance catalogues of the Fair will be distrib-
uted before the opening date. The catalogue
which is supplied free to trade buyers at the
|Fair will have a classified index in 9 lan-
|guages. At the leading rail terminals in Lon-
|don, enquiry bureaux will be set up for con-
jvenience of trade buyers. A special train
|service will run between London and Birm-
|ingham afd an airline service will operate
jdaily between the two towns. Clubs for
buyers will be provided at each centre
pot the Fair. These will be comfortably
‘furnished, copies of leading newspapers
the world will be available and
light refreshments will be served.
. Starck concluded: “Already there is
evidence that the Fair will attract a great
number of overseas visitors and I know of
many firms in the West Indies who are send-
ing their buyers over. In cases where I am
notified beforehand, that a buyer is going to
the Fair, | advise the Board of Trade sosthat
all possible assistance is given through the
istay in Britain.”



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sATURDAY, JAN



$500,000 Voted

For Construction |

Of Seaweil Runway

islative Council yesterday concurred in
solution for the sum of $500,000 for the construc-!
f the new runway at Seawell. This sum re



The Leg
mentary Re
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ye fhe estimated expenditure to March 31, 1950.

e estimated cost of the run-
i js $1,680,000. ;
3 “he Addendum to the Resolu-

ti tenders have oa ~~
construction of a
ars ms Seawell Airport,
bi Government has decided
F rd the contract to Messrs.
pe ee arriman and Company,
ect to the provision of funds
the Legislature. The tender
d is the lowest sub-

$1,295,600, an

. tary of State has ap-
7 See application for a free
nt of $1,212,000 under the De-
Piopment and Welfare Act to
st the cost of the work, The
application, which was prepared

tenders were received, was
= on tentative provisional
‘aati tes, and assumed a contract
oe ,000.
Pe eate of the cost of the
revised in the light of the
* submitted by Messrs. J. N,
Harriman is $1,680,000. It is
“roposed in due course to apply
7s Jementary grant under
Pacaerial Development and
e Act for an amount equiva-
t to the difference between the
nt already approved by the
Geeretary of State and the actual
‘cost for construction. The present
- estimate includes an allowance of
10% for contingencies, and it is
that ffiere will be a saving.
The contract will provide fnat
ino duiy will be charged on
materials, nor on equipment or
parts imported solely for use
on the contract and re-exported
within two months of its comple-
tion: it will also provide that no
shicle tax will be payable in
of vehicles used solely on
























































































and



the site.
Expenditure incurred under the
thority of the Advance Resolu-
fon No. 59 of 1949 will be trans-
d as a charge to this pro-
‘visich,

Facts Clear

In moving that the Council con-
tur in the Resolution, the Acting
Colonial Secretary said that thc
Macts were set out quite clearly
the Addendum, but he would
just like to explain why it was
desired to deal with the Resolu-
n at a special meeting.

‘The reason was that the com-
pany to whom it had been decided
award the contract subject to
passing of the Resolution, was
position to start work within
‘A matter of days provided that
were assured of the contract.
As hon. members would ap-
meciate, a job of this sort in-
ved a great deal of very heavy
(uipment for which special ar-
fingements must be made for
isport to the island, and he
derstood that this company
@iuld, or was, in fact, in a position
ship the materials here within
Matter of days. The financial
was set out in the Ad-

“The general question had al-
dy been debated by the Coun-
and since then tenders had
men invited and received, Five
dets altogether had been sub-
ted. That submitted by the
m of Messrs. J. N. Harriman
the lowest, and though that
empany was the only one to sub-
a tender from the sterling
and therefore had the ad-
ge of the exchange, other
Submitted indicated that
havart from that, it was a fair
petitive fender.

The Figures

‘1 think hon, members would
to know how the total cost of
job was arrived at, Firstly
was — and I will give the
Sin round numbers — an
mate of $16,000 for salaries
for supervision expenses;
tondly, a small item of $3,500
various miscellaneous ex-
S such as travelling, trans-
ution, printing and laboratory
i thirdly, materials which the
‘tmment will provide includ-
Bcement, asphalt, and conduits
cables, etc. amounting to

© ae two small items,
atively small as regards
amount, for the diverson
t mains, power lines and
punication cables, which at
meet cross the site of the new

my’ “Mounting to just over

e

W000
‘a

= 8 a road diversion at
West end of the runway which
ints to Toughly $15,000. The
B ot these things along with
=, actual estimate make a total
ver $1,540,000. The en-
opiate a 10 per cent.
’ contingencies,”
owas stated in the Addendum
* some Saving was hoped for,
engineer had given the
© Mat on a job of this sort
not honestly allow a con-
’ of less than 10 per
m the total estimated cost of
4 shown in the Ad-
Sf the Resolution was
me. % £350,000. It was a
Le Original application which
" Submitted of course before the
ape received, was a tenta-
ure of £250,000. That ap-
yet & grant under the De-
ot and Welfare Act had
ured by the Secretary of
r the Colonies, and it was
yi due course t




~~ 0 submit
ie Cation for an amount
th ‘ne difference be-
Og Brant alread, ap-

d the ov, Se re ary of State

b> _ Press Reports

a supple-

presents |

Colonial Secretary, “I would like, |
however, to remind hon. mem-|
bers that even for short inter-!
island services, the size of aircraft!
being used is steadily increasing. |
Within the last few days I noticed |
in the local Press, a report to the
effect that B.W.I, Airways. were
proposing to replace their present |
aircraft which holds twenty-one
passengers, and which I believe
fly roughiy 260 miles an hour, by
aircraft holding twice as many
passengers a> flying as fast again. |

“It was only, I think, about a!
year ago, that the present air-'
craft replaced or half replaced |

aircraft carrying only fourteen |
passengers,

i
}
“On the general question I am |
sure that the specifications for!
this runway will ensure that it is}
g00d enough to take any aircraft
that we are likely to get for many
years to come, and that if in fact, |
it would have to be strengthened, |
it would only be the strengthen-
ing of the surface, the foundation |
being a8 good as it could be.

“I'am not suggesting that we
are likely to have to strengthen
it but one can never tell what
aircraft development will be with-
in the next ten, fifteen or twenty
years. < want to urge hon. mem- |
bers once again of the desirability
of constructing a runway that is|
going to be without its better in|
the Caribbean area.

“Barbados has in the past shown |
very considerable foresight in its)
capital works, and I think it is a}
fact which may not be fully ap-|
preciated by all the present |
generation. We have only to look, |
for example, at our Mental
Hospital which I believe is as good |
as any in the Caribbean area, our
Prison which has accommodation
more ‘than adequate for present-
day needs, and by no means the!
least, this building in which we |
are now convened.

“There are very few countries,
I think, which have buildings
erected and capital works under- |
taken so long ago. which have
stood up and have not needed
replacement or very considerable
expenditure on them. I will now
move that this Resolution be con-
eurred in.”

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THE GOVERNOR chats with a littl

yesterday. In the background
Beckles, M.B.E., Mr. Lambert.
Officer,

are left to right:
Governor's Private Secretary



PARISH ROUND-UP

ST. MICHAEL.

THE NEW BUILDING that is
being erected by Barbados Hard-
ware Co., Ltd., at the corners of
Lucas and Swan Streets
double feature. In the first in-
the main entrance is
built to remove the blind corner
which was formerly an annoy-
ance to motorist and at the same
time it provides an attractive en-
try to the building.

Swan Street will have one of its
greatest face liftings when this
building is completed especially
with the three storey building,
just erected by Messrs. DaCosta
& Co., Ltd., situated opposite.

With all the recent renovations
erections and extensions in this
street it will become another
main shopping centre and increase
its competition to Broad Street.

sc

It is understood that when this
new building is completed the firm
will employ a larger staff in or-

; der to expedite despatch for or-

ders and facilitate their custom-

ers,

PALM BEACH GUEST HOUSE,

which provided entertainment for
many Barbadians as well as mem-
bers of the Royal Navy, may be
rebuilt along modern lines.
to the regret of many Barbadians,

Much

his Guest House was destroyed

. | by fire over a year ago.
Hon’bl g maeny me | “Mr. N. E. Wilson, owner, told
on bie 2. C. Hutson said that the “Advocate” yesterday that he

some of them might be Staggered
a bit at the cost of the runway.
He however, agreed with the
Acting Colonial Secretary,
was sure that all of them realised
how, necessary it was that Barba-



has had many requests to rebuild
the Guest House
this he may re-erect it in the near
and | future.

and because of

WORK ON THE NEW PLAZA

dos should have a first class air-]| THEATRE, siutated opposite the

port,

should bear in mind that the}

.,| latter part of the year. It is de-
present runway, constructed as it eae by Messrs, Clarke &
was at a comparatively small cost, Tucker

had not proved entirely satisfac-
tory, and in addition to that, the |

cost of upkeep had been, he; local company of Caribbean Thea-
understood, very high. tre Ltd., and it is understood that
He did not feel competent to] it will have all modern features,

comment on the technical side of}!
the proposed new runway, but he
was Satisfied that the removal of |
a very large quantity of top soil|!
which had been the cause of
trouble in the present runway
was a very sound job, and as far
as one could see, the new runway
would be able to take all the
necessary aircraft that were like-
ly to come to Barbados for many
years in the future.

Mr. Hutson referring to the re-
marks of the Acting Colonial
Secretary with regard to electrical
installation, asked whether the
lighting of the new runway was
included in the contract ‘under

discussion, and whether any

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tension of the terminal building
could be expected. He wanted to
know, he said, whether the
amount they were asked to vote
would give them the complete job.

One might begin to think of the
price and of the cost of upkeep
of the new runway, and one might
wonder whether it would be a
paying business. But although it
was not always possible to see the
profits from things of ‘that kind
in so many dollars and cents, they
brought in many other advantages
to the island,

Satisfied
It was not unusual for them to

c
t

a

>

¢ u
pay a subsidy for a transport sys- s FRESH FLOWER
tem, He remembered when they |%
; 7

used to pay a subsidy to the Royal x GARDEN

Mail Steamship line. He felt x

therefore, that if they had to pay s

something as a subsidy in the|%*

presenf case, they should be satis-
fled to do so,

Hon’ble G. B. Evelyn said that
originally they had been asked to
approve a vote of $900,000 and
the actual estimated cost of the
runway and everything connected
with it was ‘$1,212,000, a differ-
ence of $312,000.

Now the estimated cost of the
runway was $1,295,069, and the
estimated cost on completion was
$1,680,000, a difference of $384,000.

It would be interesting to know
whether, as Mr. Hutson asked, the









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cost of lighting and the other AT *
things that a runway was expec- ‘ S
ted to have were included in that WEATHERHEAD S. *
$384,000. id : icintiacnas a
Hon’ble J. D. Chandler said he x none Sone | Fy oe %
only had. one inquiry to make. The Marigold (Giants & Dwarf), x
Acting Colonial Secretary had % Veranda Pinks Boace, ‘
said that $185,000 would be spent} ¢ cleen > eahaeee Dahlia’ %
on. materials for construction. Hel@ ca iiadis Hollyhock, Por-
presumed that the Government Chevahitibeumnarn Aatee: ‘Nan %
a rn S ~ ; - . , ¥

had made all the rs nme 4 the turtrum, Coreopsis, Lark- x
quiries and asked for a ee spur, Alyssum, Forget-Me- %
necessary quotations to make sure 1% Not, Ageratum, Salvia x
that they were buying in as i (Red), Candytuft, CalMop- }|
a market as they could. 1% sis %
Fittings % BUY NOW %|

The Acting Colonia] Secretary & and take advantage of the x
replying, dealt first with ar. |& recent Rains 3
Hutson’s query about lighting ar ~ * $
e tern yuilding. He id that % on y %
e oncerne.] ¥ BRUCE WEATHERHEAD

the po they had % %
made year in tho] x
calerent for runwe yyx LTD. %
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lighting % HEAD OF BROAD STREE1 %
Government was thet $ %

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@ On Page 3 ¢ 5

Empire
2 r . sre | Fapidly. ;
He felt that hon’ble members Theatre will be opened during the

comfort has been the primary con-
sideration of the designers as was

Theatre, which was also designed |

and
Tucker,

order for many months now and |

Court of Appeal.

City € /
acting as Petty Judge in place of
Mr.
Judge.

Theatre, is continuing
It is expected that this

This Theatre is owned by the

t was also learnt that patron

he case with the Plaza, Oistin
built by Messrs. Clarke &
and which have earned
juite a distinction for comfort.
The equipment has been on
t is hoped that it will soon arive, |

A PEEP INTO THE COURTS
yesterday disclosed that now Mr.
J. W. B. Chenery is on leave and
in Trinidad attending the Trini-
dad-Jamaica Intercolonial Cricket
Tournament, Mr. H .A, Vaughan
s Acting Judge of the Assistant,
Mr. Vaughan }
presided yesterday with Mr. G. L.
Taylor.

Mr. A, J. H.
Police Magistrate,

Hanschell, Senior
is now
Vaughan, the Petty Debt
The two Lower Courts, one con-
jucted by Mr. H. A. Talma and
he other by Mr. E, A. McLeod,
ure kept busy.

ST. THOMAS
A NEW HOUSE is being erect-

ed in this parish by Messrs. Clarke
& Tucker for Mr. Wilfred Alston

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[io Trinidad, a retired businessman
now settling down in Barbados.

posing site where the home of Mr.
has a] Nathaniel Forte, one-time owner
of Bennett’s Plantation and a great
benefactor to Codrington College,
once stood.

low
steel roof supplied by the Glasgow
Steel Roofing Company.

being
years occupied only by the ruins
of the old house.





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cloth valued $288.00 was reported
by Mr. Alfred Part of Glitter Bay,
St.
the cloth was taken from his resi-
dence
year and Wednesday.

ernor, accompanied by Mrs. Sav-
age and Mr. W. Lambert, A.D.C.,,
met the Vestrymen of this parish
at the Vestry Room on Thursday.

the invitation of Mr. BE. L. Ward,

Greaves,
A. E. Simmons, (newly appointed

THE BARBADOS ADVOCATE





e girl during the lunch session at the Children’s

Mrs. Savage, Dr. O'Mahony, C.M.O., Mr.

The house is erected on an im-

| Uphold
| Decision

Their Honours Mr. G.
lor and H.



The new building is of a bunga-
type and is covered with a



Mr. S. H., Nurse. Mr.
order which
The land on which the house is brought

1 David
built had been for many

against
his brother.
Aaron claimed that he w

of the island and rented his

ST. JAMES

THE LOSS OF 57 When

he returned

YARDS of

to leave.



James. Mr. Part stated that

between November last

| notice

Beauty Spots

TOURISTS ar.iving
“Mauretania” today will see

ST. LUCY

HIS EXCELLENCY the Gov-

Some will be

E

His Excellency paid the visit on uy



J. Parravicino. The Exe

M.C.P., g -. J. E. T. Brancker. will leave the Baggage Warehouse,
MCP. ee ee pass through Trafalgar Square,

|
|
| Broad
Carnegie

Street, along

Those he met were: Mr. W. L. Library,
(Churchwarden); Rev.

ton Hill, Warrens, Sharon C



| Appeal Judges

Tourists Will See

by

of the beauty spots of the island.
taken on
xcursion in cars provided by Mr.

by
and then
White Park, Bank Hall, Codring-

Goodwill League

John

, and Miss Betty Arne, Social Welfare

had |
Elcock

as out
broth-

the
many |

an
ursion

the
via



hurch,

Rector of the parish); Mr. C. H. Edghill, Shop Hill, Vaucluse
Yearwood, (Chairman of the Com- Canefield, Carringtons Village,
missioners of Health); Mr. E. L, Bloomsbury, Chimborazo, Castle
Ward MCP; Mr. J. 3B: 7. Grant, Coffee Gully, Blackmans,
Brancker, M.C.P.; Mr. F. A

Greaves, Mr. E. L .Bannister; Mr.
I, C. Sobers and Mr. K .C, O’Neale.

At 4.00 p.m. Mr. Brancker in-

Hackleton’s Cliff, St.
Chu ch, Codrington College

John's

, Sam

Lord's Castle, Crane Hotel, Thern-
bury Hill, the Christ Church road

troduced His Excellency to the drive, St. Lawrence, George
members after which His Excel- Washington House, and finally

lency, along with his Party and
members of the Vestry, visited the
Parish Church.
delighted with the new cedai altar
made ‘or

end in the centre of the Ci
those who want to shop or
turn to their ship.

During the Excursion sto

Mrs. Savage was

the Church by Mr

ty for
to re-

ys will

tbe made at Chimborazo, Hackle-

Kirton Tucker. }ton’s Cliff, St. John's Church,
, : =? ; Codrington College, Sam Lord’s
The Party then walked to the iaieatle: Crane eter end the

Rectory and
spection there.

Excellency recorded a minute in
the Visitors’ Book.

The Party next paid a visit to
Mount Gay Distillery
wards went on to Barrows, the
residence of Dr.
P.M.O.

4.00 p.m. at the Parish Church to- |
day.
the ceremony.
Simmons will be ‘at Home’ at the
Rectory.

REV. A. E. SIMMONS will be:
inducted Rector

carried out on in- | os Fe
They later motor- Aquatic Club.

ithe ‘Bus Routes, and a
book of the island.

and after-



A. C. Kirton,

Yesterday

of St. Lucy at}

Legislative Council, the

His Lordship will perform

Afterwards Rev. ’ ,
lowing documents:—-

ed to the Almshouse where His Those who do not 80 on this
Excellency was welcomed by tho Excursion are provided a
Matron, in the unavoidable ab- | !eaflets of suggested tours around
sence of the P.M.O. the island, 4 ps

After making a thorough in-| The Information Bureau also
| spection of this Infirmary, His} offers a shopping guide with a

| plan of the City, a time table of

hand-

In The Couneil

AT yesterday's meeting of the
Acting
Colonial Secretary tabled the fol-

appointed

“to

Report of the Committee
yy His Excellency the Gevernor snl
. SIONERS OF | anaes hie etn raat on rative, professiona} and technical offie-

Wednesday.
meeting and only
were attended to before the meet-
ing adjourned.

Those present were:
Yearwood, (Chairman); Dr. A, C
Kirton,
E. L. Bannister, and Mr.
Brancker.
Inspector was also present.





ers in relation both to their reer
nd to their retention; and
recommendations for the rem



It was a very short
a few matters

public services adversely.”

Mr. C. H

1950,

xeise Receipts for eight month:
0th November, 1949.
Repart of the Public Librarian
ear ended on the 31st March,
the Board of Trustees.

Mr. W. L. Greaves, Mr, | !
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The Payment of Leave Passages Order,

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1949, to

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VISITORS TO
THE ISLAND

FOR SOUVENIRS OF BARBADOS
FINE PERFUMES
NOVELTIES
TURTLE SHELL

WORK
BE SURE TO VISIT

KNIGHT'S

DRUG STORES

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to see the children
just back from school at their
meals,
the creche, After t
lunched,

Governor

Visits Baby

Creche

THE baby creche at the Child-
ren’s Goodwill League is a most
humane work, Governor Savage
told those present when he paid
his first visit there yesterday
afternoon,

He was accompanied by Mrs.
Savage and his Private Secre-
tary, Mr. Lambert. Also attend-
ing the function were Dr.
O'Mahony, C.M.O., Miss Betty
Arne, Social Welfare Officer, Mr
and Mrs. C. Hilton Greene of
Boston; Mrs. Beckles-Wharton,
President of the C.G.L., Mr John
Beckles, M.B.E. and Mrs. C
Henderson of New York.

The Governor said that he
was very happy to have gone
there and seen the great work
done, “It is a most humane
work,” he said. “It is a work
which gave tremendous satis-
faction, not only to the chil-

dren, but to the people who
helped.”

He told the children that they

Ought to be grateful. His last re-
marks were:

understand, as soon as you get
older, see that you try to help
others as you have been helped.”

“to those who can

His Excellency arrived in time
who were

Meanwhile he ecient
he children had

they recited the 10

rules of health for the visitors.

L. Tay- come
A, Vaughn yesterday
upheld a decision of His Worship

er the house at'a penny weekly.| (BARBADOS ADVOCATE. JAN.
his brother
stopped paying him and gave him Intercolonial Tournament — Bar-

Jamaica continued
innings
Kensington
' batted for

itors gave another exhibition of
; their patience and knocked up
| the respectable score of 354 for

\8 wickets. The Barbados fielding
| Was very poor, no less than six
| catches being dropped. Rain stop-
ped play for ten minutes after the
tea interval, but the wicket was
in no way damaged. Jamaica took
full advantage of the opportuni-
ties
otal number of runs by consist-
ent scoring. Martin,
walling batsman did
off in this match, but his place
was amply fffied by Scott, who
contributed 94, hitting all around
the wicket.
73 was a fine one. The partner-
ship
was a delight
They
with fine shots at their command
and
the
also did his part by contributing
42.

was
lumber of
to witness it. The visitors rose to
the occasion, kept off a defeat and
ended the match in a draw

the City closed at 11.00 a.m. for
the

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This was followed by a wel-

extended by Mr. Jobn

Beckles who invited the Govern. |
or
Nurse had} not
cismissed a case for an ejectment

Aaron Elcock

to make other visits

ae: without |
ifying him,



25 Years Ago
UARY 28, 1925)

bados vs Jamaica

Second Match Ends in Draw

Playing on a perfect wicket,
their secona
second match at
Oval yesterday and
the whcle day. The vis-

in the

given, and registered their

the
not

stone-
come

Morales’ innings of

between himself
to the

real,

and Holt
spectators

both sound bats,

are
are particularly

strong on
leg side

Jamaica's skipper

The conclusion

very

of the match
interesting and a fair
spectators were there

The several business houses of

occasion.

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Pond’s Skin Fr veces ner = sabe the
issues, and Pond’s \ anishing Cream
serve as a powder base. Finally, to
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ancy ; 2053 between 9.30 am. and 3.20 p.m
aa oa HO USES ; ; 24 .1.50—6n
“FARAWAY”, St. Philip coast, fully! _CLERK—Junior Clerk (Male) for our
furnished, G: Y rvant Rooms,| Office. Salary depending on qualifica-
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THE BARBADOS ADVOCATE ~

Se mere ser meee

“£20 MONTHLY”’ MAIL NOTICE
EASILY earned at horae in spare time |

Mails for Martinique Guadel,
: at ae - que, ul eloupe,
scaling in stamens. 39 ig b con. | United Kingdom, Le Haire by the S.S.
tat poe en — eke ed ‘ona | sears will be One at the General
tuden ts | Ss ce as under:—
Gene a ae Lg re ee | Parcel mail at 3 p.m. on the 10th Feb-
ier ease mps Mail House, | ruary pd er at 9 am. Or-
Philatelist, Prospect | dimary Mail at 1 -m. t
329, Wigan Road, Leigh Lancs, England. | February 1950, ese
| loeb tesserae da deal
——————————— | MONTREAL. aViSTRALIA NEW
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from Sydney January

at Trinidad about

M.S.“KAIPAKI” is scheduled to sail

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me Dial 8364. 13.1,50—t.f.n. anita phe potion for capable youn! | Jonuary “Toth, peeuty Point.” January
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s of March to end of r
08 +10 | August. Dial 3675. 25.1,50—3n. ah ara at class jacket hands, TODAY. The 2 veone hiten ample space for
- x apply to P. S. Maffei, Ltd. Top Chilled, Hard Frozen and General Cargo.
nantenen ane Crane Coast, fully | Scorers in Tafloring. 26.1.50—1w B.W.I. SCHOONER Cargo accepted on Through Bills of

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A. C. Bailey “Rhylston”, Brow: * ;
Pr 1.20 6.1.50—t.f.n Hastings 'y ¥ , Browns Gap, For further particulars apply:—
a . 1.504 404 FURNESS WITHY
FEATHFIELD—On the» Crane Coast (seer nainienniaitineiael ee } Tel. 7. Agents: | Scala
Electric Light and all modern con.| FEMALE TYPIST—Required lor iene Stic ina DA COSTA & Co. LTD
yeniences. Apply: Mrs. A, D. Herbert. | POTaryY employment from 1st February. Wee, Agents: Barbados.
oe an | Phone #338, Mitehe ae Apply by letter to P.O. Box 276, Bridge- _ Ca
1 eo “ an e -1,50—2n,
4 ize} WATERFORD"—Hastings (near Gar- ,
cnaree ‘din rison Savannah) . Desirable residence LADIES with foot Mathines, for Shirt
ADVOCATE (Monday fully furnished. Available from Ist Feb- ing. Cornation Store, 15 Swan St D. \
~ wesscosseseces @OC | ruary, Dia) 8330. 26.1.50—t.f.n 28.1.50—2n.
FLAT—Cool furnished flat Garnson
ME From Ist April to 30th Septe ial ; |
wa Fron Penner Dai] PUBLIC NOTICES |
? CANADIAN SERVICE
pm. Friday LEITH — Worthing fully furnished ————————————————— SOUTHBOUND
Available from ist F ruary. Apply N Name of ship Sails Arrives
fj of different classification | S_ G. Ingrim, Roebuck Street. Phone OTICE Halifax Barbados
oa fate adverts, 2974. 27.1,50—3n. S.S. “ALCOA PLANTER” January 3th. January 18th.
ube set OU! ‘evar "| | BARBADOS. S.S. “ALCOA PATRIOT ne .. January 22nd. February 3rd.
FLAT—Fully furnished , flat at “The IN THE ASSISTANT COURT Sailing every two weeks.
- Oe tastings, for sik months from Original (Bquitabiey surisdictt
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and
Refrigerator, EDITH MONTREL EVELYN—Defendant

S.S. BYFJORD sails from New York 13th, arrives in Barbados 22nd.
NEW ORLEANS SERVICE



= S.S. ALCOA ROAMER sails from New Orleans 30th December, arrives
will, formerly

jer Board. Park Road, Bush| For February, April, May, June 1950 tae ce 1949, I hereby give notice that S.S. ALCOA RUNNER sails from New Orleans 14th January, arriving
residence, Parl oVestbury | Dial 8310. Mrs. Stuart Betoe is Court has ordered that an inquiry | 80th January,
‘at 415 pm. for invited te 28.1.50—3n and taking of accounts shall be made
: y — are Satrmneeqemantitininensentnsittiaeeessenss vie * = — Estate of Beresford Nathaniv!
4. No Cards. “ ap “ ” elyn, Deceased, t | A : oe ,
aie es Worrell Gather), Ruth Wor ee monta en vee rinaton New! Assets” of the said Watate ana “it ae ee net Sen > Cem ieee
BB oa Gsister), Kennet rooms with running water ithe ed-\ distribute it among the persons entitled ROBERT THOM LTD. — New York and Gulf Service
iB! (cousins) . 28.1.50 toilet, bath also Garage. Pi 2 | and I hereby give notice to all Cr i
: vee 1.50. . age. oe in and other persons having any claims
ey KS —————— a” 50—In. he kate ee in the distribution of ;
- a ssets of the said Estate to s
THAN shite in te modern upstairs flat si- | ;o me on or before Wednesday the ate
; Seen 4 Lauri Baxter's Road Opposite Lowe's | day ot February 1950, each his nan
the undersigned eputetilly Se ndry. Apply on same premises. and address and particulars of his claim
to family ane Fagan ey ie: 28.1.50—2n.] or interest and’ a statement of his
nto sttended the funeral TENGE | ment Hee op Aittens Road, Govern-| yy Sin, 2d the Security (if any) held
tenet mother Mrs, , PATIE 5s mat, SK. ee eg Newly wna I further hereby give ‘notice th: OUTWARD FROM THE UNITED KINGDOM
age i, of St. Stephen, Black Rock,| Breakfast Room, 2 Bedrooms, Bath, 1950, at 10 nae ‘onto, ve ie
iy near Cocoanut Hall, St. Lucy. | Kitchenette, Apply F. Jordan, Shady. been the time and. place fixed tor Due
and Joseph (sons), OF Okese. waa Nook, Brandon's, Deacons Road. adjudicating the said claims: ren Vessel. From Leaves Barbados.
i h ert — Babb 28.1.50—2n. Dated this en day of January ‘1950
(grand ae a :
Ag. Cl oa.C ,
PUBLIC SALES | + oO oeeants oa “PROSPECTOR” .. London +» 7th Jan 27th Jan.
aa. “Guna eee .. Glasgow ..2lst Jan. 4th Feb.
————————oo SSeS S ADELAIDE” London 20th Jan Ith Feb.
IN MEMORIAM | AUCTION NOTICE S.S. “THIRLBY” -+ Liverpool .. 28th Jan. 12th Feb,
’ ved Father I HAVE been instruct o
r prenenncy of RURSE who lost missioner of Police to gn hg ae pe ae aera OF HOMEWARD FOR UNITED KINGDOM.
ent te ioth danuary. 1D42 Station on MONDAY next the 30th at THEODORE DUDLEY SEALY
is 8 years yes still in our Anat tees oe ey se ix NOTICE is nerate iets that all per Vessel. For Closes in Barbados
Ss, (2) large boctles oh ang 3 ae i
Lord cannot see. of Rum, (9) bottles of Beer, (1) bag con- | 80% having any debt or claims against ae e i
well that’s done by Thee,} taining Nuts, (1) extention Ladder, a) the Estate of Theodore Dudley Sealy, SS. PHILOSOPHER -» London Mid. Feb.





a. so fresh today, Ladder
hour he sink away.

gone but not forgotten.
hope he is with Jesus.

trust

deceased, late of Bank Hall Main Road,
in the parish of Saint Michael in this
Island who died on the 4th day o
Ietober 1949, are requested to senc

ion, (2) Ib. tin of But .
(1) Bicycle Frame, (2) Seats with tonne
and several items of interest. Terms

cash. ;
D'ARCY A. , in particulars of their claims duly at-
Govt. Gebiaiian. tested to the undersigned Adeline Eudora
Dist. “A” Sealy, and Evan David Carney Sealy,
27,1,50—3n_ | C/° Messrs Haynes & Griffith, Solicitors,
’ ow: 2 nt ee Bridgetown, on or
I have been instruc fore the day of March, 1950, after
e, |
(children) seein, oo ea nesday next the lst ebruary, beginning which date we shall proceed to distribute
, Donie ( Pes in | at 18 o'clock or Nena Flat at White Hall, | ‘Re assets of the deceased among the
’ | Hastings, Opposite Hastings Hotel, an aa b> eae atte having regard
See . entire lot of well kept household furni- | 2â„¢9 such claims of which we shall
memory Tene: — ture which includes: Ola Fashion Mshoa then have had notice and we shall not
“ eres Sin Taeueee ‘any double arm Sofa with Bed; Uphol- be liable for the assets or any part
DA SMITH, who "| gered Chairs; Berbice Mah. Chair with cme debt usttibuted to any person of
, arpet; Pine Desk and Mah. Revolvin a or claim we shall not then
and care could emie ae nt | Chair; Old Fashion Side ‘Boards; .
Se tee in oe Ment collection of Book Shelves: collection |. And all persons indebted to the said
a a ae of Mah. Centre and Side Tables; a col- | estate are requested to settle their in.
ie ratiakarat bo Wieces; | lectiat of Dining Tables incinains Tip | debtedness without delay.
& io be remem pe Mie Mazie | 70P and Extension; a collection of Ware; | Dated this 6th day of January 1950.
Hazel Bannister 28.1.50—1n, | (1), Mah. Grandfathers Clock Case, a ADELINE EUDORA SEALY,
-1,50—In. | collection of Glass Jars; Carpets; Iron EVAN DAVID CARNEY SEALY,
zh Bedsteads with Spring and Mattress;

Qualified Execut f the Es
= an Cedar Press; Chess of Drawer; Mahogany THEO: E DUDLEY shaty*
§ For SA

meet him there.

er remerber.
Nurse, (wife) Gwendoline Grant,
Nurse, Sylvia, Brenda, Carl, Mar-




































DORE DUDLEY SEALY,
Double Bedstead with lona Spring and

Spring-fill Dressing 7.1.50—4n.
Table; Gent Mah. Wardrobe and several ——oo

other items of interest. Anyone interest-







- - ed in overlooking the above can do so s
i OTIV 1 Tuesday the 3ist between the hours of P ublic Sales—Contd.
y 2 oS in the eventne,
CASH.
Ss. DmiveRy VAN ‘erms ; ——<———————————sT_
Title used and in A-I condition. At EBEX Bi eee REAL ESTATE
has replaced with Bedford Truck 28.1.50,—4n,
} Garage. ‘ 2 LK | FOR SALE OR RENT—Farley Hill,
26.1.50—3n., I have been instructed by Messrs. | St. Peter. Old Plantation house with
Sydney Kinch Ltd., to sell at their office | urge ballroom, Dining room library,
a aoe eb -P. ane Roebuck Street, on Tuesday next the 31st | fourteen bedrooms ete. Ideal for convert-

January, beginning at 12.30 o'clock an | ing
entire lot of Samples which include :
Tea Sets; Ties; Suspenders; Gramaphone 4.1,50.—t.f.n.
Pick-Ups, Toys; several tins of Sweets
Aluminum Ware; a collection of Perfume; RECONSTRUCTED HOUSE—On Hast-
a collection of Cosmetics; a collection of ings Main Road, (1) one new Bungalow
Shoe Cleaners; a collection of Ladies | Dial 3001. 29.1.50—In.
om “= Shoes; Glue; Sonn on Corn Flakes; ann .
EFE! model—in ve! a collection o: aby Cereal; a coilection THE undersigned ill s
ition Mileage 19,000 Apply| of (4) Pint Flasks and several other by public one t his “ener
James Street. Bridgetown at 2 o'clock

Garage Dial—4616 items of interest.
26.1.50—3n. on Friday 10th February 1950 All that

Terms oo, eel
. ARCY A, SCOTT, two storied certain messua,
ge or dwell-
Auctioneer. inghouse and shop situate at Tudor
Street, Bridgetown, together with the’

28.1.50.—3n,
5€68 square feet of land on which the
By instructions from the Govt. in same stands.

Rand Sere tie! aS ine aes | Oe, the top, oor are 4) vedroaze|
. . ath. A spacious yard suit-
works at their yard Coleridge Street on} sie oe BOND “ic the back of said

Monday next 30th January a eee premises For inspection Dial 4523 or

3078.
For all further particulars and con-
ditions of sale apply to.

to residential club. For detaus,

Garage, St. Matthias Gap Apply to Bradshaw & Company.

21.1.50—6n



uxhall 14—6 Saloon 1938 mo-
} in sound condition, Apply
‘Gamage, Dial 4616, 26.1.50—4n

Ford 8 h.p. in good con-
3063,

Belgrave, Purity
Ltd, 27,1,50—6n.. {

rane Car. New Tyres
oes le for hire. Apply:
s Derricks, St. James.

24.1.50-—3n,

CYCLE—250 c.c, BSA, 0.H.V.
old, aes order.







R Seale, Dial UNDER THE SILVER HAMMER

28.1,50—3n. D. LEE SARGEANT,
ee ON Tuesday 3lst by order of Miss Ivy Solicitor.
Whitehead we will sell her Furniture at 29,1.50—3n,

a her Home. corner of White park ana crane emeeeeeeee ee
Chapman Street. INDIA BISCUIT COMPANY
ING PLANT—Diesel Electric which includes

Se anee—A ve lot priced to yield
Small Dining Table, Sideboard, Rockers, | 42% interest, P one Mr. Webb, 3188
A, tia SY maximum, 15 ae Tub & Folding Chairs, Couch, Ornamen: 27.1.50—6n
: Electric Sales & Service | TAbles all in Mahogany: Bentwood

or 4371 26.1,50-—4n | Chairs, Pine Waggon, Deal Tables, Car- COVE SPRING HOUSE — A modern
~ as .| pet, Pictures, Glass Ware, Double and| Bungalow, four bedrooms, two bats
Single Iron Bedsteads Beds, Painted | electricity, water, on the sea, own private
Press, Mahog: Dressing Table, Chest o.| bathing beach, 1'% acres of land Vexe-
Drawers, Washstand and Ware, Larder, | table Garden, 8 miles from Bridgeto .'n
Kitchen Utensus, Kitchen Tables and] at Garden, St. James, Enquiry Sandy-











eS PLANT: One (1) Gen-
WP Beton, AG 350 Watts.
wu nson, Three Houses
St Philip,





bi 27.1,.50—3 other items of interest, Sale 11.30 o'clock. | fields St. Peter. Phone 91-50 or at the
_ 8: | Terms Cash, premises Garden, St, James.

i BRANKER TROTMAN & CO., 20.1,.0—15n

| Avctioneers. ——————

27.1,50—2n ete ee well known ance

SETTER attractive de Resort at Maxwell

Old, Peg I For particulars apply Y. De Lima & Co.,



ait the Kennel Ci
Bh Kenneth ub, London,

D. G. Frost,, Stan-
Black Rock.
26.1.50—t.f.n.

20, Broad Street, Phone 4644,
22.1.50—6n.

For Sale-«Contd.



“THE BANYANS” — With the land
thereto, containing 4 Acres 2 Roods, 31'2
Perches, situate at Upper Bay Street,
St. Michael. Ideally suitable for de-
velopment as a Building Estate.

Inspection any day except Sundays
between the bours of 9.30 a.m, and 11.00
a.m, and 4 p.m. and 6 p.m. on appli-
cation to Mr. Ronnie Gittens on the
premises. Dial 3771.

The above property will be set up for
Sale at our Office No. 17 High Stree:,
Bridgetown, on Friday 3rd day of
February 1950. at 2 p.m.

For further particulars and Conditions





MISCELLANEOUS

GLADIOLI BULBS—38 different colours
No. 1 Grade, just arrived from Holland.
Apply: J. W. Barrow. Telephone Nos.
4605—8194. ; 4.1,

PLATFORM SCALES—Phone 4517 The
General Agency Co., (B’dos) Ltd. High
Street. 22,1,50--6n.

RT
TYRES—Truck and Car Tyres 750 x















+ Dial
28.1. 50—1n.
ethic
i Silver King, on
ik cy, 3 green and in black
ip Ltd Dial 4476.
18.11 49-4 ty

Owen T. Allder,
3299.







+ | 20, 700 x 20; 30 x-5, 600 x 16; 500 x 16:| of Sale, apply to the undersigned:—
NEOUS 450 x 18; 400 x 18;'450 x 17; 500 » 19, COTTLE, CATFORD & CO.,
350 x 19. Auto Tyre Co. ee Fi 20,1 .50—13n.



' oe the Colonial Ba:
fopenuated at the corner
mphosite Swan Street), for

apply; BE. King on

27.1.50—3n,



“THE WOLD," 4th Avenue, Marine

SHIRTS—Wholesale and Retail, Factor) Gardens, with about 10,000 square feet
of land will be offered for sale at the

srices, Royal Store..
19,1,0—-18n office of the undersigned on Thursday,

the 2nd day of February, 1950 at 2 p.m.
BOYS SHIRTS & PYJAMAS — The| "iii: freehold dwellinghouse contains





i) in first Clas | Royal Store allery, 2 public rooms, kitchen and
; Joe y,excellent Tone 17.1,50—I3n amare on ground floor and 3 bedrooms,
Ch, » Shopkeeper, Top bath etc. on first floor.
27.1.50—3n. LADIES BRASSIERES — Sc. & 9c Electric, gas and water services.
Royal Store. 17.1.50—13n The house has recently been renovated

and decorated and is in excellent condi-

27.1.50—6n, | | AMERICAN PIANO—In good condition.
Apply to Mrs, Olga King, Lower Reed



tion.
Inspection by appointment with Mrs.





. S. Bynoe. Dial 8310.
“-. with combina- | Street. 28.1.50—2n. Sere particulars and conditions of
- grave, Je apply to ...
%.1,00-t2.| GNEAM, SEPARATOR. (practically | “* “PP'Y Connie, CATFORD & CO.,
new) butter churner, 24 milk bottles Solicitors.
Rhode Island Red. | Mrs. Lynch, White Hall, Codrington Hill. 21.1,50.—11n.
971. Mrs R. ‘M_ | Telephone 2427, SS ——
26.1.50—3n





LES —2/- per doz. Owen T

CAND!
Alider, Roebuck Street.

LOST & FOUND









Dial 3299.
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EDDOES for Sale at Hansom Planta-
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tion. 28 . LOST
| XAMS: For Sale at Hansom Planta- GWERPSTARA THREE: _ Serics
t PS Ist. N. 5335. nder please Fee .
jon from February 1s 28,1.50—3n. | Dennis Millar, Workman Village St.
namene | Gecege. 28.1.50-—1n

GALVANIZED SHEETS—Best Grade
‘ft. and 8ft. sheets, from $2.08 and $2.64
while they last. A. BARNES & Co., Lid
| Dial 4684, 4476. 13,1.50—t.f.n

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GALVANISED ft., 6% ft Te Snares |
3AL SHEETS—¢ {t., ee np

| 8 ft. 24 and 26 guage. Apply: Auto Tyre College, Lid, Si kindly
| Trafalgar Street, Phone 2696. contact their representative J. R






Hunte, Joyceville, Abbeville Gar-
dens, Christ Church, Dial 8155.
14.1.50—t.f.n



| . SITTINGS—Galvanised pipe. All sorts
ta 8Fantecd by Aner | TOM Me in to 1% ins. Phone ad
London, £2, Sd coe lh dincrthay \




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For further information apply to

DA COSTA & CO., LTD.—Agents.
eee sssinshsienensnensnesspeeenrnmmssnnidtiis Lennon sate
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)
follows:—

Table are as

a — ennsennnenenennnnnsienneemnmnee
ARTICLE WHOLESALE PRICE: RETAIL PRICE
(not more than) (not more than)

i |
Milk-Evaporated he $9.33 per case of
48 x 14% oz. tins
$11.25 per case of
48 x 16 oz. tins.



22c. per 14% oz tin

26c. per 16 oz. tin.

Margarine :—

(b) Table $55.00 per 100-lbs in

lots of 25 Ibs. and over. | 59c. per lb.

27,1,50.—1n.



DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE,

£375.0.0.
DOMINICA ne twenty fourth day of Janu-
FOREST SERVICE, as

Applications are invited for a post of Conservation Officer in the

me on any
the hours of 12
in the afternoon,

the 12th day of April 1950, in order If you have the heart.

that such claims may be ranked accord- palpitation, Headaches "ai Cuble and Wireless (W.1.) Ltd advise -

ing to the nature and priority thereot top and back of and above eyes that they can now communicate with
respectively; otherwise sutch persons shortness of breaths font nervy,orsuf- the following ships through their Barba-__

will be precluded from the benefit ot fer from poor loss of memory dos Coast Station;—

the said Decree, and be deprived of a! and en 5 th worry and S.S. Alcoa Polaris, City of Khartoum,

claim on or against the said property fear, ble is-pro! , eH Comedian, Hiparus, Sun Jewel, Lom-
Claimants are also notified that thes by inl Biooa Pressure. is a bardy, Hiyalina, Bijorgheim, S. Rosa,

must attend the said Court on Wednesday mysterious disease that ca! Alcoa Pilgrim, Republica de Venezuela,

the 12th day of April 1950, at 10 o'clock

a.m, their said claims will be

OFFICIAL

BARBADOS,
IN THE ASSISTANT COURT OF APPEAL
(Equitable Jurisdiction) .

CARNETTA HOLDER —Plantiff
ETHELINDA ODESSA BLANCHE SMITH

IN pursuance
Court in the above action made on the
fourth day of Janvary 1950, 1
persons having any j
estate, right or interest in or any lien
or incumbrance affecting

Firstly all that certain piece or parce
of land situate at Superlative in the saic
parish of Saint George and Island afore-
seid containing by admeasurement two
roods be the same more or less bu‘ting
and bounding on the North on lands
mow or late of R. Smith on the Bast
on the public road on the South on linds
‘ow or late of C. Holder and on the
West on lands now or late of Fairview
Plantation or however else the same may
burt and bound.

Secondly all that certain piece or par
cel of land also situate at Superlative in
the said parish of Saint George and is-
land aforesaid comaining by admeasure-
ment one rood be the same move or less
butting and bounding on t!
Jands now or late of C. I
Bast on the public road o
on lands now or late of S. Browne and
on the West on lands now or late of
Fairview Plantation or however else the
same may butt and bound.

Thirdly*all that certain piece or par-
cel of land situate at Superlative in the
seid parish of Saint George and
aforesaid containing by admeasuremen.
one rood be the same more or less butt-
ing 4 bounding towards the North on
jendsS now or late of E. O. B. Smith
on the East on the public read towards uel Senca
the South on lands now or late of the ,
Estate of D, Blackman deceased and op .
the West on lands now or late of Fair-
view Plantation or however else the

same may butt and bound.
to bring before me an account of their
said claims with their witnesses, docu- .

ments and vouchers, to be examined by
Y, or Friday between
(noon) and 3 o'clock
at the Office of the
Clerk of the Assistant Court of Appea!
at the Court House Bridgetown, before

twenty

give notice to

Given under my hand this Twenty
fourth day of January 1950.
. V. GILKEsS,
Ag. Clerk of the Assistant Court. of

Appeal.



of

in the said parish of Saint George and
Island aforesaid containing by admeas-
urement one nood be the same more
or less butting and bounding on the
North on lands now or late of C. Hil
on the East on the public
South on lands now or late of S. Browne
#nd_on the West on lands now or late
of Fairview Plantation or however else
the same may butt and bound.
Thirdly all that certain piece or parcel
of land situate at Superlative in the par- ' &
ish of Saint George and Island afdore- %
x

OFFICIAL SALE anteeh te, make wen tgol ahha
BARBADOS.

IN THE ASSISTANT COURT OF APPEAL | —————
(Equitable Jurisdiction) .

CARNETTA HOLDFR — Plaintiff, }
ETHELINDA ODESSA BLANCHE SMITH
~—Defendant

NOTICE is hereby given that by vir-
ture of an Order of the Assistant Court
of Appeal dated the twenty fourth day of
January 1950 there will be set up for sal
to the highest bidder at the Office of
the Clerk

said containing by admeasurement one
rood be the same more or less butting
towards the North on .
lands now or late of BE. O. B. Smith | &
towards the East on the public read, R
towards the South on lands now or late} %
of the Estate of D. Blackman deceased
and on the West on lands now or late
of Fairview Plantation or however else
the same may butt and bound, and
if mot then sold the said Property will
be set up for sale on every succeeding
Friday between the same’ hours until
the same is sold for a sum not less than

and bounding

of an

when

of the Assistant Court of =
Appeal at the Court House, Bridgetown
uetween the hours of 12 (noon and 21%
o'clock in the afternoon on Friday the x
fourteenth day of April 1950— >

Firstly all that certain piece or parcei |

land situate at Superlative in the g
said parish of Saint George and Island D4
aforesaid containing by admeasurement xs
two roods be the same more or less XR
butting and bounding on the North on %
lands now or late of R, Smith, on the |
East on the public road on the South | ¥%
on lands now or late of C. Holder and %
on the West on lands now or late of o
Fairview Plantation or however else the ¢
same may butt and bound.

Secondly all that certain piece or par- | > ‘
cel of land also situate at Superlative : we

zi
Ag. Clerk of the Assistant Court



NCTICE|

—Defendant.

Order in this/



In Carlisle Bay a

IN PORT: Schooner Molly N. Jones, Sch. Rhonda LL. :
Sch. Manuata, Sch. Mary M. Lewis, Sch. DEPARTURES “ 4
Francis W. Smith, Sch, Marion Belle Schooner Gardenia W., 48 tons ret, ' {i
Wolfe, Sch. Marea Henrietta, Yacht Capt. MecKree, for St. Vincent; Agents: i ’
Beegie, Sch. Endeavour W. Sch. Barea Sc’ 2oner Owners’ Association. “ae wait
De Oro, M.V. T.B. Radar, Sch. Emer- M.V. Caribbee 100 tons net . 4
alda, Sch. Gardenia W., Sch. Adalina, Gumbs, for Dominica; Agents: 4
Sch. Freedom Fleary, M.V. Lady Joy, Owners’ Association.







‘ :

ARRIVALS—By B.W.LA.L s :

nae : From St. Lucia; Walter Thompson, i

der on the mavreceaens Anne Scott, Arthur Alma Alcee, Doreen Rodrigues, Russell aii
the South} Deane, John’ Willing eeete, Gordon Belizaire, John Hollingsworth, Edgar Pi,

ms, Max Weinrrich, Watson, Lilia Peter, Leonard ° /
ow Weinrrich, Janet Dowdihg, Nina Wa aeS By B.W.LA.be—— i
emery Clement Cruickshank, Magu- For Trinidad: Mr. John Anderson, ert , }
Vistoe wckshank, George Cruickshank, ulin Anderson, W/Gomdr. R. es, ;
Victor Boyce, Alexander Donald, Roy Samuel Ashby, Mr. Alan - Ss 4 i

ws ng Henry Abraham, Emma Van De My, Leonard Valois Smith, .
Tat Valois Smith, Mr. Ralph Mr.
ntransit to Kingston: Alexander Su- James Downey, Miss Blanchi ite

eitnteatt els | Vanderlinden, Mr, Harcourt Clarke, Mr. Arthurs@room

drew nat to Antigue: Alison’ Macar- ior se Kitts: Mr. Irenue —
: ‘ : Mr. John Davey, i ea!
srgansit to Dominican Republic: Man- haomena Warehime, Miss Daghne”Tpep-

balds, Miss Stella Worrell, . Nathan

Bilsky. ;

For Antigua; Mr. Karl Blanchard, Miss

Lucille Pereira, Mr. Randolph Parry.
For Jamaica; Mr. George Goodfellow,

Mr. Leo Sweeney, Miss Francis Cameron, t

Mr, Peter Playfair. 5

In Touch With Barbados
Coast Station

Island





Caused by High
Blood ressure

more
deaths than cancer, because the
symptoms are so common and usually
mistaken for some simple ailment. I;
you suffer from these symp-
toms, your life may endangered by
Heart uble or @ paralytic stroke
and you should start treatment at
once. The very first dose of Noxce
(formerly known as Hynox), a new
medical discovery, reduces High Blooc
Pressure and makes you feel years
founger in a few days. Get Noxce

Lianishen, M,V. Barbara, Cottica, R.M.S.
Mauretania, Afghanistan, Lady Nelson,
Nordforn, Liprus, Silver Briar, Asbjorn,
Pine Bluff, Carmia, Ile Daix, Cornish
City, Southern Cities, Western Dam,
Hemmskerck, Marco Polo, Leme, Borih-
quen, Petros, Esso Everett, Hadrian, .
Nieuw Ansterdam, Belinda, Pacific Ex-
press, Forrest Bank, Salvaas, Jamaica rf
reducer, Alcoa Runner, S/T si
ioneer, Esso Syracuse, Mormac . |
Barranca, Eros, Herons Bridge,; Mara-
caibo, Alcoa Roamer, Bataan, Cyrus,
Estero, British Energy, El igen eek
Joannis Zafirakis, Hera, ort

Dolores, Rio Orinoco, Vinni.



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SPECIALISTS IN HIGH GRADE PROPERTY -

DIXON & BLADON |}

REAL ESTATE AGENTS — AUCTIONEERS — SURVEYORS
Phone 4640 Plantations Building: ~*


























IMPORTANT



For Your Daily and Evening

: ADVOCATE NEWSPAPER in
Church Village District,

road on the

Contact ...
GEORGE QUINTYNE, . ‘
CHURCH VILLAGE, ’
ST. PHILIP




















Vv. GILKEs,








Department of Agriculture, Dominica. It is desirable that applicants | 28.1.50—9n of Appeal, i ' mR us ;
should hold a degree or diploma but experience in soil conservation . ae L idi o 7 3
work will be the deciding factor. @eceee POOPSSPSOSSED GSS, a es e AUCTION SALE f

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.





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 1ST DAY OF JANUARY, 1950, and the forms
duly filled in must be*delivered to me on or before the following
respective dates ;

1. Returns of persons whose books were closed on the 3lst

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 3lst of Jan-
uary, 1950.
F. CLAIRMONTE
Commissioner of Income Tax and Death Duties.

NOTE: Any person failing to make his return within the duc
date will be liable io a fine not exceeding £100 and
hot less than £2 and will be prosecuted unless a satis-

factory reason is given.
10.1.50.—19n.

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, Tobago.

27.1.50—In

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BUSINESS NOTICE

:
9
THE GROCERY DEPART- :

MENT of McDonald Sealey
is closed until Further No- $
>

tice.

should kindly call at M. E. R.
Bourne & Co., 38 Roebuck
St., to settle their accounts,
McDONALD SEALEY,
Per M. E. R. Bourne, Prop.

Yososeos

tell



Customers _in-
debted to this Department :






we have been awaiting and
ing you about—
._..Here’s what a visitor to
our Showroom said;

‘IT’S A GOOD Jon
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at your Gas




ou save Time and Money

You can book your passage through our
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FURNITURE & HOUSEHOLDâ„¢*~
EFFECTS
HAZELWOOD HOUSE
BISHOP'S COURT HILL

TO-DAY at 12.15 p.m; ~}

Checked Taffetas, Plastic
Headties, Diamontee and
Pearl Earrings, Barets, Straw
Hats, Nighties, Pyjamas,
ete., etc,

Gents !

Tropical Tweeds, Khaki
Drills, Shirts. Socks, H.K.
Ties, Shoes, Pumps, etc., etc.

Household!

Blankets, Table Covers,
Sheets, P. Cases, Oilcloth,
ete., ete,

THANI'S

Pr. Wm. Hry. St., Dial 3466.

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WE are instructed by Mrs,
M. BA and others to -
by Auction the following valuable _
Furniture and effects ;—

Couches, Occasional Tables,
Dining Chairs, Sideboard, Book-



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Mahogany). 5-piece Morris
Dining Tables (one oval), 6 -
an “naire
abinet, large Gent's Press, Wri
ing Desk, several Tables and N
of Tables, Tea Trolley (all Crab«-
wood of modern design). Moers
Double and Single Beds (aimeae

juble a

), Matt Gallery Fur-

niture, several Deal f
sizes), Deal Tables,
Chics eh 2 painted Gots »
arge), painted Playpen, 2
Chairs, Singer Sew. Mac!
eee Bim Stove. with

(one- er) Stoves, Frigidaire,
Electric Iron, Go-Cart, — large
Quantity Glassware, Silver, China,
gg la Ornaments, Fold-
mg Ps, Suitcases,
Tools, Toys, Ladders, Books and
many other interesting items,

VIEWING THIS MORNING

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Pulverise. Jamaica
To Smash 2nd Wkt. Record |

(By 0. S. COPPIN)

PORT-OF-PAIN, Jan 27.
Jeffrey Stollmeyer and Kenny Trestrail today continuec
the pulverisation of the Jamaican limited bewling attack,
smashing the second wicket record for Queen’s Park Ovai
byputting up 295 for the second wicket lowering that set by
British Guiana’s Robert Christiani and Len Westmaas in



1947.

v
ae Raree

Rain help up play for the
greater part of the day and there
were only two hours of play.

Stolimeyer was able to complete
his double century and go on to
put up an elegant 261 out of a
votal of 581 for ‘2.

Stollmeyer was missed off a stiff












which the trials had shown him
lacking.

Not that he was unpolished or
scratching but definitely not the
Jeffrey we know. His strokes were
lacking the fire he gives them
when on top form.



Stollmeyer And Trestrail



George Headley

Bowling

vious Intercolonial highest (151
yersus Barbados in 1946) with a'
bullet off-drive which penetrated
two cover men. |

This grand partnership ended
in the fifth ball of the last over
cf the day when Stollmeyy ©
tipped the ball from Mudie into
the hands of young Binns behird
the stumps. Binns made no mis-
take, thus dismissing both men
whose wickets had fallen.

Even apart from these two
catches, Binns has proven him-
self a highly competent ‘keeper |
and the Jamaican selectors who {,
have been much blamed for the ©
youthfulness of the team are to
be commended for at least “hree—
Valentine, Binns and Lumsden—
proving that the older heads.are
often the wisest.









Considering Offers:



i}

Rangers S.C.
Annual Meeting

The Rangers Sports Club will
| hold its annual meeting at Club
| Willow, Passage Road tomorrow

| at 9 a.m. .
Arrangements for the coming

| season will be discussed.

- 'B.B.C. Radio

Programme

SATURDAY, JANUARY 28, 1950



j
|
News; 7.10 a.m. News
am. Accordeon Inter-

Speaking; &

7 am. The
lysis; 7.15
fide: 7.30 a.m. Generally
a.m. From the Editorials; 8.10 a.m.
Programme Parade; 8.15 am. John
} Bull's Band; 8.45 a.m. Colonial Ques-
tions; 9 a.m. Close Down; 12 noon The
ys; 12.10 a.m. News Analysis, 12.15
‘Association Football; 12.30 p-m. Meet
the Commonwealth; 1 p.m. Eve Becke;
Radio Newsreel; 1.30 p.m

“ Sandy Macpherson at the Theatre
Oe 2:30 p.m. Variety Bandbox, 4
The Daily

; 410 p.m.
- 4.15 p.m. Music from the
; 5 p.m. Listeners’ Choice 5.15
Programme Parade: 5.30 Generally
Speaking; 5.50 p.m. Interlude; 6 p.m.
Saturday-night Dance Date; 7 p.m. The
News: 7.10 p.m. News Analysis; 7.15
p.m. Behind the News; 7.45 p.m. Eve
Becke; 8 p-m. Radio Newsreel;. 8.15
m Philharmonic Orchestra; 9% p.m






























































p
The News; 9.19 p.m. Home news from
return to Mudie when .251 but] But as soon as he reached three JAMAICA’S—ist Innings Pritain; 915 p.m. »Musie from the
he was obviously tiring then, since figures, the true Stollmeyer emerg-|c. Bonitto c Guillen (wkpr.) b 3 GEORGE HEADLEY Movies; 10 p.m English Macetne: 1838
he batted through the entire Trini-| ed to treat the crowd 1 & #aWiess | ,_ Lameden b Fersusson 39 | +- (Barbedos Advocate Correspondent) Beis Sports Saview: li pa. The
dad innings for 482 minutes. exhibition of grace and technique] Rickards b Ramadhin 40 KINGSTON, Jan. 27 Res
His innings started simply, but which many school, boys watching x Boats b on %6 George Headley is considering} X* asa ae
in the course of it, he showed re-] could well absorb, 1G Sao ore Gétied tweet) b offers from Radcliffe and Bacup | (i
markable bhatsmanship. Groves relieved Fuller taking Ramadhin o | Lancashire, to play in. the Lan- }
the leather himself from the). Binns c Stollmeyer b Ramadhin (15 | cashire League this year. Xt 1 9
His innings included 19 fours.| northern end. Grove# sent down ||; lac Jones P Ramnetin 14] Headley has already played int} i
— cae ve Se a — = — followed his| 4° Valentine ¢ Guillen (wkpr.) b i = amen, eS a Lea } apa
Pp ership, Pp Pp nee’es*! example but this was a mere! essiona ‘or aslingden. acd-] (i & ( {
161 in an innings characterised by] pause in the business, Stollmeyer |= Kentish not out 3 |cliffe is the Club for which}\\\ cing as er
powerful strokes, clever timing) proceeding to haul Groves aver- — | Frankie Worrell plays, and Ever-|+);
and great confidence. His score] head in the next over for three. Total 155 | ton Weekes is attached to Bacu Su ars
included 17 boundaries He then smote Mudie along the, ae 1 i
; ef , ted ‘. | Fall of wickets: 1 for 14; 2 for 32; 3
With a lead of be it is —" tec carpet just pass the bowlers | for ‘9: 4 for 99: 5 for 99; 6 for 130; 7 for 1
that Trinidad wi declare 1t0-}| wicket with Mudie not daring tc| 136; 8 for 137; 9 for 150 , i ae Eneland’s No. 1 sugar
morrow. risk his fingers. But it was Kenny | BOWING ea R Ww | 14 ers are I obtainable
Trestrail who really livened | Jones Se: ae eS \it eo a asia aiiiceenmdation
things up helping himself te) eee: ; : : : , i}} sxc all .he leading groc :
eleven off Groves penetrating! 2) -cusson eta. s limited quantity
the run-saving off-field with pow-/} Ramadhin 1 ll 39 «5 Pisin veal ead
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Stolimeyer off Mudie sent up a Ifa 147 | i oe. eialeatemealiong
fifth century in 442 minutes. ‘ ec Binns (wkpr.) b we i speciiy | sVhk
Valentine then came on fcr} p,ectrei not out 161 )) acents: ZEPHIRIN’S LTD
Groves at the farm end but at this Extras 12 Mw
moment it appears that Jamaica's s sity Sand Ta 28.1.50—In
entire repertoire appear unable Total oe a of the
to worry these batting machines BOWLING ANALYSIB es
as they are insufficiently varied. - S
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especially lacking the medium ooo a am oS BARBADOS ARTS if
pacer type like Atkinson or Valentine * 3 133 : * { THE
Goddard | Ifa ;
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Stolimeyer however was far| rumsden 1 0 3 0 & CRAFTS VO¢ IETY ‘s 7 9
more aggressive than usual and] Mudie 415 3 140 i § -

apparently had enough and was}
just enjoying a breezy knock
The score kept steadily on with,
lunch finding the board reading
£24/1/147; Stollmeyer 228, Tres- |
1 136, extras 12, the morning

play producing 109 runs in 90
minutes
After Lunch
K, TRESTRAIL Stolimeyer (228) Trestraii

(136) resumed Trinidad’s post-
junch innings of 523 for 1, Valen-
tine bowled first from the Farm
end, the over yielding 8 runs,
Stollmeyer helping himself to two

Stollmeyer (176) and Trestrail
(83) resumed Trinidad’s first
innings of 415 for 1. Stollmeyer
took strike from Fuller bowling
from the farm end. He was of

Aussies Rout
Transvaal For 122,

JOHANNESBURG, Jan. 27. |
The Australians, with nine}
wickets still to fall, were only 67 |
runs behind Transvaal’s first
innings total in their return three-
day match which began at Ellis;
Park here today.
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La@er he pushed to backwar
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450 in 401 minutes.

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i Trestrail took a sharp single
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singles while Trestrail took two
singles and hooked a short one
to the square leg boundary
Mudie was brought on from the
pavilion end and Jeffrey took a

single off the first ball. Rain then |
chased the players to the pavilion |
wth the score at 532 for 1, Stoll-|
meyer 231 not out and Trestrail |

142 not out.

Frequent inspections by the
captains brought no decision and
finally the umpires inspected the
wicket, calling for play

A large section of the crowd,
impatient for play, barracked the
aptains each time the wicket was
inspected and finally.the umpires
as they took the field

The skies cleared but the light
was quickly fading

The umpires took the field at
5 p.m exactly, with Johnny
Groves’ men immediately follow-
ing, eager to resume the fray des-
pite the unenviable position in
which they found themselves

Stollmeyer and Trestrail, 231
and 142 respectively, also lost no
time in reaching the middle
anxious to extract the most from
the remaining half-hour.

Mudie continued an over from
the pavilion end, each batsman
taking a single.

Groves took charge from the
farm end. The wet field was shar-
ing favours, slowing down the
ball, at a disadvantage to batsmen,
but making ground-fielding a
slippery and uncomfortable task.

Trestrail reached 150 in 20)
minutes and soon after his tean
passed the 550 mark in 466 min-
utes. Shortly after Stollmeyer
pulled Mudie hard past midon to
pass the 250 mark, himself having
taken 469 minutes in so doing.

These boys had long since
established a new ground record

for the second wicket, beating
217 by Christiani and Westmaas
in the British Guiana-Trinidad

mateh here in 1947.
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then was 251. In Groves’ next
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Saturday jaauarv 2 I50. Barhaitas Mweate I'riff: /rive CENTS Vrar 55. TRUMAN APPROVES ATLANTIC PACT PLAN 45,000 Butchers Revolt In Britain food Ministry Stop Killing LONDON. Jan. 27. BITCHEKSREVOLT" today threatened London's A ratal supplies. forty five thousand htltchcrs all over Britain have redistil H*ivu> increase from next Monday in the (iovernmen! ki on tl"' ir purchases .if meat from two pence to nine fc,,on their pu in the pound sterling ftn Allied Missions Face Blockade In Berlin BERLIN, Jan. 27. gajidrrt, of German lorries Si queues many kilometres -boUi side* f %  ' S"vl( L point at Manenberg today .bit German police continued to tWaylng tactics, jfc Central German canals are gam up. and only rail traffic. Hair services and Allied road tsspori ran normally. Utarer^ of Allied Missions in lain 31T now facing a special Ihekade if their own. Let Sunaav an American train %  Ink) up at Heimstadt because Inzilian diplomat was aboard itw "document'; were not II* Russian authorities have bei*a to tell them wnen they seek jjpnl of interzonal travel pertbat the>* must apply to the jtoo-pete-v. German itithurit.es" -lot East German Government. It DO western Government ret#oes Wllhclm Week's Republic Mr Missions in Berlin lind that BCj have to take a plane if they it to leave or enter Berlin. The German Ministry of the |Mor tonight suddenly anNtacec thai all lorries entering I* teeing Berlin must in future • aiovlded with a special pr>ss. M by the People" ^announcement did not specksjattierthe regulation would lainply to the Autobahn, which %  hbWest Berlin with Germany 17 Inch's of R'tin: \Kows Die Per Day In B.G. Floods ... OtORUETOWN, Jan. i? S>fanmcnl continued an un4. lie liaods %  Ut CBBtfiuOUS i •ater levcU and by tour the %  wolofKal Department re%  "*) i" inches, 54 pans for the W so far. JhM *atm in atveral districts %  w 'Mt levtl and MahaieagCW area was one sheet of i TOjjh Hu-vlj u „ .,„ •.TVMIM cows dyina ' 10 and 12 per day and %  awf more carcases than cows. P""M0t technicians were %  Jronaaleriris a proposal to cut l (ami aim provide nlore ou| ^ In tverj district villagers %  "a meeting,. forwarding fff* to Governmem fur mi %  reliet and [ate today the *J artil a Conteranci plUit and Drainage Ex%  %  lue oaibo Coast radio *mMTH m "' ,ns "Ported % %  aarvice was suspended "J*" at Huist Dieren was %  *. maJclng |t inipaasable t*f IMA. ~ !" were hard hit. Ma ot padi WITH rising v., the coast Is de~ fcsequioo Ijikes mg All along the are clo I -% %  %  fe fct. -" cioaed ana b S b rk Unds fe given gtom fco^,*" UriUlanUy at 3 cose and raina 1B Cable) To-day Uie Pood Utnlaliya wholesale agents in l...ndon notined more than S.Ono butchtis through their olganlsnlinn, that no meat would be issu.d 1,1 11. capital next wcea. unless tiiv aa_eed to pay Ina ne.v in.rout*. Slaughte louses in Sundvaiaiid, Durham, receivd an irder fn.n the Ministry <' Food to-day to stop oil ktuiaaj ..: .„ %  mediately. This iDJtntCtlun wag belicied to have been glv.-n to ilaufhtei houses all avav the eoualry. The Food Mi.uiiry l.,i. that it had eiven its agenus in London any authority Ic threaten to cut on" m at supplies — Itrntrr. Big Govt. Sale Helps Refund Expenditure lUibidaAdvotair foit'iNMfgll ANTIGUA. Jan. Z. On Thursday the Cnvri'in.-.; held a sale of seven buildings at Coolidge Base as an experiment to awe if there is a possibility of Antigua's Government recovering some of the S165.00O paid for the Base. Women make frequent sales but this one might almost be termed men's only. Buildings fetched $12,500 thus placing the Government in n reasonably good position to recover the expendlti through the balance of remaining buildings. Administrator R. St. J. Wayne who was present, seemed reasonably satisfied, also chief buyer li>lm 1. Martin who is developing i village at Brigginho Ottos. (By fable) Duke Of Edinburgh Will Joiit Bevin lit Cairo CAIRO. Jan 27 British Foreign Mini, b Bevln. looking lit and -< i welcomed by cheering Egyptian crowds when he arrived here today for talks with Egyptum lenders. He is ui\ ins way hoine froro the Colombo Commonwealth Confereiu< %  The Duke of Edinburgh, who arrived earlier from Sue/, gnd b to Join Bevin as a guest of ttM British Ambassador, Sir Ronald Campbell, bought presents in Bagdad for him this mommr Reuirr > r $1,000 Million Worth Of Arms Will Go To Europe "Only Strength WU1 leisure Peace"— Acheson U.S. Voters In U.K. Elections Will Lose Nationality l-ONDON. J.. its) war .in) all AmtrlcaiM 1Q Brttaln toa> will loose then nati n%  Uty, if ihi I Elections. uiance with he NatlonaJity Act ot 1W0 and ap%  • :..ll> Or illci;. SHIP m the middle n the gueen Mary lad i.ni.fl.iie UJ the Maurejn>• %  * nl i ST LUCIA. Jan. 27. The Workers Unions Executive (ejected the Reconstruction Commissioners' wage com promise offei on behalf of the Colonial Development Corporation and night Si on Mond.v -re sym%  EM I [>.c It furil. that tbc •4 the Union i %  ** ov ,K_ Ul and u, v raias the worln Italy WU1 Administer Somaliland GENEVA, Jan. 27. The United Nations Trusteeship Council ti lay cumplelcd the approval of the agreeimu! and annexation for the administration of SepuUland bo [tidy The Council recommended later today to adopt the agreement Italy will then Immediate!) administer the territory pendlug approval of the agreement In tin General AsLemt)ly. The Chinese delegate. Dr. Shin Shou Uu. today objected to the rontinuerl use of the words "former Italian Somaliland" for th territory. It was Anally decided the agreement shall be known as "Tlv (i Agreement for the Territory of Somaliland under Italian Administration". It was also agreed that at the end of Itnlv's 10-year period of -riminl'trivlon. the people Somaliland shall h free to choose the name for the b Reuti-r Bandit King Wants Pardon PALERMO, Sicily, Jan. 27. The Sicilian bandit king. Salvatore Guiliano, hinted today that iic wanted a Qi imrdon. In a letter to the new ; livered by an unknown courier the killer of loo poBceoMn imit from his mountain hide out: P eace cannot be achieved by persecution, but by tolerance and pardon. "And the peace .uu* prosperity of a people reflect the greatness of its leaders '' rill letter hmkcthe I is mother who was detained am) now released. Guiliano laid that ho had ivi %  af the release with "great joy", but he charged that her ten-: urisonment. awaiting trial, was "unjusf*. and added that the allegations made against her were "calunv;.' He had earlier promised publicly that when his mothci *tt freed he would "vanish" —Renter. McNeil Receives Foreign Callers LONDON. Jan IT. Hector McNeil. British Uinlstei red Italian, .nd Cuban callers at the Foreign i • The tlrsl caller was the Cuban Dr< KoUeiii) Mendoza. McNeil then had .i (aieweil visit from Ui Meinrich Sihnu-i. Austrian Minister in I*.ndou whw is leaving London next becoOW Austrian Minister In Krif. AMt\, he ItaUa'i Ambassador. C Duke T. maco Gallarati Scottl. calli .i.i;. i! w.is believed that McNe.l Somaliland to italiau TmteMhip. %  %  Ajnba*;sador could give a date for tlw %  ailing nt Italian troops Cram %  troops In Somalilo. J —Beater. HEAVENLY HOST iMMl MASS IN SEMICIRCLE Si. b^"?. So' appeared MtJ !" .""f* 'n dark "• tuum clouds %  Cuai ondl-jatU.ri .f FT!' erc| Pnllowing the ing :hat ih* Acln J. M. Stow will addrrsn a pubUr maetinR In Coliimbi,B 9 p.m. IMI Saturday on tho subject of wip ratsa— (By CaMct BANDUNG. Jan. 27 Troops of Westerlin^'i "Army ot the Heavenly II of the fanatical Moslem. Di l.'l Ulam Army were today DiaMiDg in a semi-circle south of here, according lo reports reaching Indonesian and Dutch Army headquai U Butter Fingers IF proof were needed that there can be too much pri.ite enterprise when it comes to foodstuffs the following true sun % % %  |' itself. A fellow sojibc uve I h(* te I friend His friend told him how his wife had been asked to pay SI.60 for one pound of fresh butter. The scribe who was getting good fresh butter at 84 cents pci touched He wrote a piece in the paper pointing out the exorbitant price that was being asked for fresh butter. Result the good lady who sold the butter for 84 cents has pushed her price up to SI 20 %  pound Kxplanatiun It was in the paper." Dutch May Recognise Red China THE HAGUE. Jan 27 Kuuian recognition of the United State* of Indonesia may bring nearer the Dutch recognition of Communist China, according to usually well-informed political circles here. It was felt that Indoi I cognition of China would IOOD follow Soviet recognition of Indoia Holland and Indonesia an. known to have been in close contact over the question of recogie i iKiu.ing Tasikmalaja. a town of liiUHM) pan) at ul Uandung Dutch h :he pRH cess i( withdrawiiiK fra malaja in Meorduxe with The Hague agreement. Tin ituatioa on ounti to a war Indonesian Alii:Dag til lalam, but Dutch raUUax? obewvsre believe %  whole of W. i I The e/arraojl im iiesian !).! %  the Sultan of Jt. the tension Reports from DJakarl the Iiidn:. access to the Premier ot the r undan State Government, Anwar TjokromasKi. who on Wednt rrall Body The Unitfil Stales of Indon.si.t was legally .i (rail body, "hut th' T.N.I, (former Indonesian RegaagHcan Army) are trying to wipe out our M and teri leading meml "Iintepamteni %  %  aid to-day. A T.N.I that the T N I ami lakn because some tnemben of the i'asundan Parliament league with WesterlinR Islam, or both," Machine guns wen roadblocks, and troops guarded all the man. though such insufficient to itop I attnek, or gradual Infiltration into the eit> it is Known that Mveral Vfae> terling in., :ts T.N.I involving weaftOI and a known Rtra hat. handed to Ind'iiiesian I'IUIH Mm later, Hatte, and Ug Nations Com mi I the tien'.s at It.ii.tlung when the ex-1' do Captain Turen" Westerling led his "Army Host" in a lightlung attatk on loo my on Monday. —Reuter SYRIAN PRESIDENT INVITED TO RETURN ALEXANDRIA. Jan 27 A 30-man Syrian lit] rived here toda • exiled former Syrian President. Shukr>' K Kuwatry B< turn to his countr.\ -Reater. DE GASPERI FORMS SIXTH CABINET ROME. Jan 27 necessitated i %  icfu Signor Alcide De Gasperi. Uberali to take part again Christian Democrat leader, to-day Count Carlo Sfoi new three Party Italian Government, '-ommitted to a 120,000.000. 0 0 0 ,'i.Hiinte uliur.il development. This plan to meet Communism in the povSouth involves the eonii ot a million acres of big velop^d estates, and IkeJ bution among I The 18 man Cabux De Gasperi's sixth since the -includes 12 Christian DemocraU, three Right wing Socialists, and thrse Republicans. The six changes made from that which resigned i days ago were DON'T MISS IT SIK PATRICK II \s I lelU the TALK OF TIIF STOI.KN ri:\ui>. HI Monday s h.eiiitn: \d\o te. Order your copy Today from your local .. > pendent Itepubiican, coneign Mlaaeti i RandoUo Pactirdl, '' id ;u. who fought his Fasa post %  asVae. Christian DemoMa rm. Dutch Ship Sinks In The Thames AFTER COLLISION LONDON, I., en jumped to aafeu whe< ihe ^uu-ton Dutch motor venae. Delta sank in the Thanv ibe TUWMI liiiua* a i f the city of London early today. ftcr .. collision M 11 Darkness and fog shrouie. rutenmen in< le i'i Ititb pilot jumped launch man he pi A nfth DOtCtUtl late, but was pn kct %  I Pilot desej-ibed then n ml rirokt ol luck The Delta owned b) D Da\ i a cargo % %  itone up i Ivaj I "lifting i %  row* i "i i HIKI from the capital's bu centre. tugs with roarchUkhtJ toon Ul up reck buo) igrk the p"t -Kcot. I Pope Will Identify Tomb Of St. Peter KOMK. Jan 27. VaUcwi has choeei irnalvi i •ary of his cln I %  Tt.nih At ii inaugurate the grottoes brought beneath the huge Hasiliri hy the %  .. %  Tonil) -e s ,inn( what they found in bonk to be issued shortlv in Rome -after the Pope's announcencni Keater think Waits tor Camri Decision %  %  %  Couit to forbid the Wells Fargo Bank to surrender %  $826,800 de%  i LONDON. Jan. 27. Ih < Mi r ,,( tonight warml) welcomed "the bUatenJ .id Agreement with the [halted that Britain was unable to "underFurther substantial cointo mutual aid without endangering her wcekonalc recovi n II Qgtac i pkosman said fast consid"i bargajriaf 1 DMU on during inning •< nt had been cornpletel] ,>ign Office that Britain was already mrking the maximum tion lo Mutual Aid by facihtie* I %  her "large contnbuUo and NorU %  new impetus to m emu made to incrr.r lual ;'itti relte I of member countries to ICM.-4 any .ittack upon i i, rocal Aid, which Britain wall pfOI fence, was ilellned by the Foreign Office spokesman as (1) Assistance by Britain to Atlantic Pact members, other than (2) Facilities for Amciu.m forces in Britain 131 Payment n u maximum of £33.300 up to June M> fei the ndmiulstrauvs expenses of the; Mutual Defence Assdstance Meion, h.i:uiitii); the %  The Foretn OMce irrthtemin night 'ii.it lint, HI. had ; int the) the agreement would come Inb sequental) no in force, Keatrr. Trance. Belgium. The Ncther%  Uuiembourg. Net Denmark, and Britain. Seceetar) ol State Dean Acheson Mid that the Bi-lateral Arms Aid Agreements signed to%  ensure that the DomocraUi uistitutions of the North • \ Powers — ontinue to thrive and prosbe strong lln free" Acheson sold at .. this afternoon The Mutual Defence Assistance Programme will contribute to the i curl!) In .ill of these nv •f the North munity valut %  and ii. other -nd ihey are determined %  whalevei measures may l>e required to preserve them, Acheson added Collectivr Str.-n-.tli Id to-day, 1M i pon their being strong and joining their collective strength pport of the cause of peace and frei s> T,lr I North Atlanrei i ignition of Section of the I the North Atlantic community to purpose of he mainlcn%  and %  ss curlt j." 'The North AtlanUc Treaty is selfIf Ul PUIpoees are to be attained, each member must do its utmost to strengthen Itself and provide its fell hare in helping i which ban been concluded present urihei 1 Ihli principle %  Renter Truman Kisses The Brhje WASHINGTON, Jan a? leni Trumai i)iuluahlcr "" I M John Ermal lloitoii. .. White ii !" %  *'l-ii'i n ihr faaotl, be OB U HI, where iead :y achooli U • for the i.ioo Kueete leporterl Reuter ("champagne Reuter. Ian Demob':i.n Fargo Bank officials said that the deposit would be bept until a court decided who should Wakomsi to (paAtomq$A& and i CAW og SSWlauAidcuua We are Agents for LIBERTY & COMPANY LIMITED OF LONDON We stock Royal Doulton Figurines Cashmere Sweaters Tootal Linens Sea Island Cotton Fabrics Wedgewood China Doeskin Gloves LOCAL NOVELTIES A SPECIALTY CAVE SHEPHERD & Co., ITD. 10. 11, 12 4 13 BROAD STREET



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fAGE TWO THE BAB8AOOS ADVOCATE SATURDAY. JAM AKV 2k. ij, Qcuub Calling Women's World rii Imi f t Retwras M .% %  -*".'i M at*. HIT*. ?':•* € Director OB Holiday M MB ma • %  fc %  %  p.-—r-5(i Mad tn Band,. He. 1 '"'J %  nK oa tilnHn r-^r* 67 IflA. far ajcot io w te*i and are • at C.I llll %  Hr Ispe Boa a Daaratr at Harvest CantaU Mr W Barm ask for Bol 4 P, „tr. £rr. TIE. to taw Goodwin H Es Oce Step Further rpHAT tar West I a a i a I end Preparini To Do Business l; 1> r.ISTS win be on abore a'-l f^gamm 1 lc-de! a> •-•* Mas.^^jj H* aaaati .: : %  H. •_-* .; (at Co-arralt \gfc Elbttos Camsicherl. JW passed Ma ant aDatatior. B LawTi Grenada, ae J ahoatd many friends of Mseal •ley win >can e> WeVEna; A Law pa... ua a Bxsrt Taau I,—aim a. %  %  :-.., tar day and Bradfrtown u preM sansac to do a (real oral of baahlJ •"X**_^ ._ rradasat law and welfare work lot %  % %  "•. ""y^JS "*Llf " iasauuys san. For bat %  oanac thr island, which at look„ „^„ ostel with •a* aa wa attrrtBlly peer, anl ,„,„, „, L^,.,, b, . at aur.-_aa _ever end^ they M UI a the New Yi Hoataars List m !**(. Hat *tood that aa aeon as aa at a nauy lulai 1 lawyer be Intends it l ns a s.i to Tikilrlad Food For Fhought Thrifty touar-ns-y, m most im m trin neource their dau-mters to use up the tafterrerj to make dishes as tasty as any that Mrs Beeton. the famous British cookery expert rjc days, could aeraac. Sitting Prttty *£ i a^-r aanaaaaai an" CSS and a pint %  j, saan •-_.-. iaaah*Ba at uve Fred Archer's job Hr ma aaarn aU da. and fata paid for it. r._-.rf -. %  --. hat M On Business On Visit To Relative baa>aaaji aaaBBaai enta ahd Busy Man VfJL P K rjaoa* Dairy Orraaaaanona %  Daaaasnt wka as il iai aay from Traaaaad oa a I i aaiaaai natt la aUjiai %  Hillaii Boari and w laava Baraadaa as-dar He basr taa | aa H i> can. nar.jcr OH '•%  %  -if Hr -as about natraaaa aaon traat VJ ma brsora rrturataaja) Wbiar wit at* a. at Mr. •--. Mr, H C CrBBtfi •-•* at.; Man Himself la Hit Honour S ::. H-EtrT BAMCI -... %  & %  o< T rta taa al u a km saan toast aa>> i... •_• -*o-. taaassf In Fall Swin V .. M .SCO BOYCX. Ttaaaurcr of tbt Br.-.'. _. i Masi %  I taaaaal I admiliatl. aan vad bent oa Tbu f dar by 11A. trotr. Tiaj fa d M %  -•..-.•. %  : i: narin with bit pateola Mr =• Mrs. AUrad Bore o| Road. Mr. Bo;c* bad r^rucf ol tba Ca ri bbra r IMBi ^ oi Sevan Da AdTCQtutt at Rookrr* Nc* •: Mararai. Trinidad. Back Again M RS I T DARWXKT ol Poaat-a-Parm. Trinidad ank bat Tinted Dae bdand a noasf e of mm before It now back fot dayt* bolidav Sbt MltBSnl I nianMalJ %  voajajaa] -.BWIA Trinidad Merchant On Holiday M R JUTAGL'IR. merchr.' and owner of the Pnnc- Tb-str*. Ai.ma. TTUudad a nou p*y| r.is Uurd visit to tb* island amvd last week b> B W I A about iwo weeks' hobda> C L and is itarinf at lndramer Guest •-JS— House, Worthin*. and powaar taar/ attB kept tkasr tkaae and were eaailv identaaabat. bkr thr charred bread '-cr 'U ant aaajl '' Panansl k %  nflC job. as tbr Btoenntl antU aa past ans er a ,: :-t BBBBSI la •-..; %  Bd aafc —***f Ot* the mrm v — — tBalllla tbem. but whan one by volcanic ash from Mount Sdeory tnoves. relaxes, or winks Vesuvius nearly two thous and an rye after a period of abaobate years afar. The dinner ^uisUJ illlliiasa the %  laailm aasrkad. of %  isa'ihli sous, a small nab. Tea ouefct to are the iiitasanii pifeoo sarw. quails a x their facet:" atad rrad Archer beads tucked under their wtnea. He starred hit stranac career astwo Sidneys on a plate, nba of and hat nerer beef, hread. cake, fruit and a been oat of work Tor a day. Be quantity of wine ardently Bays qane still for twenty Bannoblewftnep of that period had BBB a: a tune but receaUy brake hearty appetites. It a jarj rare a record by achievine fory-nre to ind a tomb intact and the fact muaulet absolute tnwnoNBty fhat no (old or jewellery vat without ever. %  ui-*t The job boned win this elderly lady it tent borinc because be can watch probably the reason that ber rest the curvous crowds but in winter was undisturbed. The tomb was 1e feeli the cold abominably, with bewn out of solid rock and a every toe and ftaeer and both superstructure of mud brick was ears poaseatuix a chilblain. The p^ceo ors It; the entrance was thins he really dreads is a fly blocked by a larfe port. that settles on bit note, buzzes off Guide To Housewives % %  %  ru) sooc oe xw&aont wim b uu sew i es over ine pnee of uus. On .lanillil art4 M -P at praMDt is 6 cents per shell (ex ticrt and retailed 8 cenu per asasft. Bkjaa-i DlaatatsBBP--:.ar..s uric c::^ MN I--*! % %  %  %  < % %  : ---' % %  votve a bit of bar**. Here are the controlled prices Pears.—Avocado. Ic. each each. JTM Michel. 3c for 2; Other kinds. 2c. for 3 ^All size. 30c (ex field 1c for 2 itailed. GLOBE THEATRE TO-NIGHT at 8 30 and cociUnuiiit -That Forvlhe Woman" :."—Creer 0A1 PLUS ( %  rand Varicl> .\ighl Featurinc SClllon Quartette— Madam I-azcnj-. Jubileers Quartetta-. Mipi.y Charmer—The Prowler—Sinclair Jackiaan. Mvsie or MacLeaaie's Oresmtra. StarTtnar: MASTER LISLE JORDAN (10 year-old Dance Wonder RBI ; ARTISTES^ FOR ADDITION SUNDAY 9 a.m. I >f I'llCI I III VI IM NO SHOW TO-DAY TO-MORROW SUNDAY S 15 p m. Metro^olchvyn-Mayar presents .... GREGORY PECK—AVA GARDKE: QOVXa — in — THK CHKAT SI.WKK %  •altar HUSTON A Story of Nijtit 20th Century Fox presents MAR!. ..MOMS NTE CARLO ROW I III Allll NO SHOW TO-DAY TO-MORROW SUNDAY T 30 p m. in *t U-e %  i *efi>d Ca>%  %  *aas iBrtasaw^,-J .pprecutMi. to <--,-*.; •BSBBBI rt from M tn. PoUce Ba Conf u d ^ u d.rSS? %J*U '".eek^siToB *mr$r !" tu> uif at Indramer Guett House. Paid Business Visit %  poor locais v*:. ;: ., MM -MM settles aeain and then starts an ctobnuitY of history was peatlr exploratory tour M— *> %  -t rt a Lmpreased on Mr. Imery when fixed stare for too Ion*at a time be want into the tomb and saw %  %  % % %  I li• %  fives htm ejestrwir in front of him the footprints of rhe remedy be finds moat eOrathe burial party which had cardrastic one. He takes ned in the coffln and arraned an evening off at ttome ^tn^^i^^^ the dinner five thousand years over a bow! of chopped onions' >fo I .MM ATM IHl C l.\E.MA M^Knber, Onry %  : GHT SATURDAY MONDAY NIGHT *nJ W? OVY NIGHT at 8 3-0 NO -DAY Lniversa. rreseaas YE> Mat THAr-i MY B.VB\ %  a TerkairaMr .i Donald O'CONNOR—Chalks COBURN Gloria De HAVEN N B —Patrons are asked to note the present schedule, as the Electric Company are eiadeavourin.* *-o supply Current on alternate days. I BMM %  Ml -M . Oo-:er itstvl (4) l. TO maae M.&*.-I ose oc owrrraass a* a araal Laas, 1 Paa %  * avuowst U< haw. sooccj -. 14, If) el .. „ ., *sia* M vat,.--„i. 3, Q uu gras-Mtj • OOUSM a Waal oa. ... • aaaaj ntaoa ... u BM •_: I B. aaac*. <4> D.li-Q LB UM :* •.'•„.:.*. ui *. aThat a. mnp >a J. 16) rou aiuscr .1 OB Ihei tatt K" ltusrt Hi-aaft. orusn. (61 t Orl9 *... %  -.* PsTSaaBalBBSSWal %  KtafpM '-=* > a -->la>J rtu* at ursiQ-. l OOOt ID t3e Q-pvo. (7 Lear to* re*..-** -^.--.... ,,) %  %  %  -3MWJ bj jar. (S) boi ": %  *. %  :*",' J 1) ^wst^SSLea." Vititor. Are 1-pr.a^ \1 Back From Holiday nests and aaaoy others -*a .(irerlor and < n* arouad the rerannet ladustnrs Ltd.. London., ma 1SS ANNE SCOTT rctunv-i rctsrat gtaana settat to be -'I _,, Thursday by B W 1.A lia asaaj holiday He came in recently by lrom a holiday in Trinidad -M a osaak you luck* people B W 1 A from Trinidad aecarnf.-tta a* North the ten paralu-. panted by hu wile In I > aa year astaaa aow a ptasaaly and the> ._ — . Canadians Like Baroadot -aae it fliiitatlll U vtaa t'i That u the. the West lathe, .no I pAYING their flrst visit to th. -eaard with the r.. Wast Indies are Mr • %  r.diuons raisunj .n atrt. A L Kerr of Leaaide. On. ataaaasi uno. CanadaThey arrived her." Dr broatsu who was AtsurrcenUy by T.C A for a couple lant Mrdic.l OR. of weeks' holiday and are stayAdult Education "> t"" Count. „i Easea in* at the HasUnfi Hotel In*,. IM Mr Ke.r P isst lll l l l of the ..-. (enerai proruce in Erstmen's Association and also proMr Aubri land unul *he aut maniad about pr.etor of Ken s Pharm. sin lesrlll M A Reside,.! U yean at)o leaaide Tatar T'etaaiwlj Golkar of tbi She is very interested in Chun He said that they like Barbate* under the auspices Welfare and Ante Natal work anl dot and will be vtaurut Grena.la l • Matthews Old IcboU s durtns ber ita> here, the nopet tnd tome of the other islandt in H ukrs i... • 'Bt aotne of the medic.1 the Caribbean before returninj January II BMBBBBS %  to Canada I O-Ml.II I FOR A GAY TIME rra CLL'B MORGAN DELICIOUS STEAK AND CHICKEN DINNERS The Club Morgan Orchestra and PETER LACY at the Piano Foe Ceatiaaoua Entertainment. DIAL 4000 FOR RESERVATIONS %  %  H L \ I % B^J.**. s^\a'."1 nmm Wt art *U strangers in the boatt of our mother . for tbt sm of our father hate torn us apart MAX... • avert last years — he KwrVfered for thenl 4 House of g j rr n-i '/IILIJ,JJ,J, j J a So. Edward G. ROBINSON—Richard CONTE Susan HAYWOOD—Diana DOUGLAS. OLYMPIC THEATRE NO SHOW TO-DAY TO-MORROW SUNDAY l 39 I Republic Pictures present . Rheumatism and Backach'e Gone in 1 Week INDIAN PILE RUGS SPECIAL CLEARING OFFER 5' X 2' 6 (APPROX) A FEW ONLY $ 10 12' X 9 (APPROX) 2 ONLY $100 12' X 9' 1 ONLY SLIGHTLY DAMAGED EVANS AND WHITFIELDS $75 •VOW is the best time to PAINT YOUR HOME We ran supply the faUowlatt la a Taraaty at coloursBenrr's LatUkoa Paint. Season, t Pup al ed PaBll n f lii Ked and Yellow Label Paint. Iiaasalai flat taialll Hall s Dtstampar Matrotl. Pmessl Wall Pnater alto Lily Brand Roof and Iron Paint—Red. Obtainable from ir Hardware Departtaaat. e DIAL taat BARBADOS COOPERATIVE COTTON FACTORY UNITED. •1< BBBBTBI. LBBttas} ltar atrmi wX** m — %  %  ws FwbaW> u+rn.MS a**?**-, „,. — %  %  %  riinnaTTi i* Cm r i •••> %  ISH MM. aa l.tata u Tf Mfal f l,mil -2 Day. > M' Ml KfMI — — — ~T—r S? iSfS^ a-—.-jw e-jSTSaa ^cST. aeaa ta* 1 *i*.ua n au i .1 N1 titM HLiofr-Rn&.ciiRToLL r new IMIi \l THEATRE TO-NIGHT at 8 30 A Republic Double . NO .llim ON M7NDA1 NU.Hr \I EOTAL „..' %  ,er BUS DO I I Isett.aaarsts %  • %  •. >hiuuATl|M Cyst ex practically certain that these %  lea rr a t w,B /'^al ether niajht at the above times, should there be any d"sroufih Radio DittnbuUon.



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-XTll'.llVV JASIARY , P,l SIX THE BARBADOS ADVOCATE ursRY BY CARL ANDERSON ......Nt* MOUSE BY WALT DISNEY --= KAAAOUC \ ^Jfe *' RLONDIE BY CHIC YOUNG N A L'TTLE OX */•*?„> • T-E BATKC*r B "•-•^: BY FRANK STRIKER i -T-TTK%  %  l>—3: -aiiJfc Jgjf Conque st THE VENGEANCE OF THE SCORPIO!" %  urPLoa-o*—: HARi S^.-i •' avr •.*&-•. 4-*>i #oX A>-C ae* MA. i n4HH-ACumcM f i BRINGING UP FATHER BY GEORGE MC.MANUS w JIQ6S! ( ^ V i KxoaocwT : w?j PONDS COLD CREAM YANISHINC CREAM SKIN FRESHENER FACE POW DER LIPSTICKS. BEAUTY AND YOUTH deserve srood care YOUR FRIENDS WILL ENVY THIS BEAUTIFUL PEN AND PENCIL Pn ami rWi IK rePee woo". P.MO Peacd V.-I %  "•!. MIH], %  aWa^aej A>W Hatt) clip .BJ Mliaa. %  • aaued pad. Tbt ^1 pea hM a IV ad. -* aahaai paau: lb. P.1M pfaol ,->lr. Wad. .nd rubber. Tbejarc %  aid tafalbar a a a M i l l n l l caie, or yau aa but laeai arpatalciy. SumniitlFeiis w ; %  EK ^ mi AaaeM State! 1 B-~I al I'". I ..Ja>. end RIP KIRBY *. • -—xa... i s r>-.; ..ja a •* e al heading book*, newspapers (Bee work, se-.i ng BY ALEX RAYMOND • the CMM, aji u for ffort oa the pm of > %  \nd, on top of thai, they haw aa combat dim and smoke and iMfJHOM panm Ni W B hijr smart and ache, no wonder net look red and duU aad oid eiora then lime. irst thing ever* morning :-.j u uuai ere:;. L_JJU:, o-u*c >ow WJr. :rm* art gently washed •way. and the tired, duU toons diatappean at once. Thay tot altogether diflcTcn:. And you're or.lv to glance in the nUrror a are hon ir. j^n ciearcr aad kanat they look. Wkmhtr \tm Mar ,ui r *, kaM \onr nip yaao ^n „ < prtMibL?. follffw tke i-MMbU ".•MI >-f vtrier*; %  T< nt ihr daily iiv ff Ptmf %  Crtld Crrmm (tf r-ntuMinf • .%  — L> — (fiH P"td* VaniihirtfCi*^ , Kiiaair, cmjteir your -lAk'-.iip. uw Pond*! Fatt Ratm % % %  1.. ihc aii *rr V H*M1 rrvulartr wifl M y'M a Bnooih, fl>"iftp fomplrxion! K IS CIIT Sjiom B RITAIN -~l72? itOTOat Carr's Biscuits are again on sale throughout TBU They are as good as "' ever, and we hope soon to be able to make larger shipments. %  R & CO LTD. CARU?TE.ENGLANQ im Sale ii ill OkOCBU ind DBCO -IORSSI Paints by Lewis 3erger & Sons. Ltd of London. Before Painling or Dlempering vour plaalet at concrete wells. •>' lAeetiei ..I Mbtatua uH W '"• usea coal o[ . • DUSSEAL PRIMER I, will insurea lev* smooth flnih and clu"* ale thai penny u-vw ..ppearanceLook al Ike bel jo* 8 ik.Island. They are %  • %  HI SSEAL JOBS. Ask voui Dealer lor % iplive Inldc; or **•• %  ARDINER AUSTIN & CO.. LTD. B cit-owe. SoU A* MUUl n l MUX VKAM BUY BATA FOOTV.EAR I C AM | LY ANC SAVE THE a Mm gF*m SHOE \ aRmsH T WaTrif a T a Tg C OiLTD NEW SHIPMENT ARRIVED LAM IT IS GOOD VALUE I %  KiicnNi id. Pink and Bier at l-* •** j SPIV. X if. i.ald. Green raare el •* % %  rej. Cold e l ''•'• (reaae kreaaUeg ami Shrank l.l'0\l>\V\e IIIIKSS SH



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PAGE EIGHT TEE BARBADOS ADVOCATE SATURDAY, JANUARY M S | MM* IS (cub VmrUltm*. *••!**. rf*. Stollmeyer And Trestrail Pulverise Jamaica Bowling To Smash 2nd Wkt. Record (ByO. S. COPPIX) PORT-Or-iPAIN. .Kii Jeffrey Stollmeyer and Kenny Trestrail today ronUnuK the pulverisation of the Jamaican limited txulin,, attack smashing the second wicket record for Queen's Park Ovai by putting up 295 for the second wicket lowering thai set by Guiana's Robert Chrisliani and Lon Wostmaat in 1947 Bain help up play for the. greater part of tne day and there were only two hours n( pgaj S'I -llmryer was able to complete his double century and go on to put up an elegant 261 out of a total of 581 for 2 Stollmeyer was missed off a stiff return to Mudie when 251 but he was obviously tirlnj: I he batted through the en1 dad inningi for 482 B In the course of t maAable batsmanship H inning* included 19 fours Kenny TrtstraU who was in partnership, put up a i 161 in an innings chara. strokes, clever timing and great confidence included 17 boundaries With a lead of 426. H I that Trinidad ,.ou Intercolonial highest (151 versus Barbados in 1M6) with a bullet off-drive which penetrated two cover men. This grand partnership ended in the fifth ball of the last over el the day when StoHm'-• % %  -. tipped the ball from Mudie Into the hands of young Bums behir.* the stumps. Binns made no mistake. thus dismissing both men whose wickets had fallen. Even apart from these two Minns has proven himIf a highly competent keeper and the Jamaican selectors who D much b'amed for the vouthfulne** of the team an to be commended for at least lhr*n>Binns and Lumvh-n prcvlng that the older I often the wisest. *hirh the trials had shown him lacking. Not that he was unpolished or scratching but definitely not the know His strokes were lacking the fire he gives, them a top form. But as soon as he reached three figures, the true Stollmeyer emerged to treat the crowd to a flawless i \r ihiiMifi of tract and technique iny school, boys watching could well absorb. Groves relieved Fuller taking the liathtr himself from the northern end. Grove* sent down a maiden and Mudie followed Ml example but this was a men pause in the business, Stollmeyei %  to haul Groves over•h. Mgd uvci for three Id' liu-ii smuUMudie along th< last pass the bowlers wicket with Mudie not daring U risk his fingers. But il Trestrail who rettlly liveneo things up helping himself to B Groves penetrating the run-saving ofT-neld with powerful cuts and scorching drives. • elegant covir Stollmeyer oft* Mudie sent up Iifth century in 442 minutes. Una then cam*Groves at the farm end but at this II appears that Jamaica's entire repertoire appear unable •hese batting machines a.* they are insufficiently varied, especially lacking the medium rpt like Atkinson and Godtlard StoJmeyer however was far .ore aggressive than usual and i had enough and was just enjoying a bieezy knock. on kept %  teadilj iing the board reading '2i i 147; Stollmeyer 228. Tres-, ..11 136. extras 12. the morning's ffail&Vcleil t OV VZ'Z I lag 109 runs in 901 minutes After Lunch MNAM4 1.-1.1 UkiBfi • Bonn to t Guillen (WHS* JOBS* 1 I Lunudfn b r*%\**on %  I Richardb Han.adr.fn JC l. Otovn t Awaiall b Jonti IT 1. Mad* ilp* Guillen >wkpi h 0 Binn r 3(oUm#m b Bam*dh.n IIIIB C Jonn b KamadMn 14 1 Fuller lb b Jna 3 Valentine t GuilWn 'wkpt I RamaShm E Krntuh not oul 1 Extra* 3 Total %  Fall of wicU 1 for 14. J or 23 1 or St Par ft. S for St • lor %  : M St. S for 1ST. t for 1H MWUNC ANALYSIS O M a W ton* %  3 L C Mfciiwon 3 • i n 1 fUmadhin It 11 m IR1MUAM *—lt % %  %  • b Iffla IUllme}*r c Binn* i*F' b %  161 tmnu Tola. ISM Ml BOW UNO ANALYSIS O M 1 W itenUW. M 1 ; & Taller U 1 w 1 Y a ten tin* M t :ii mMi K 1 Jtoi*%  : 9\ 0 ,umad*n 1 • 3 0 Uudte U 3 1 :4o 1 Aussie* Kout K. Mtl -1 I'. Ml Stollmeyer < 1.0 and Treat rail <8|) resumed Trinidad's flrsi inning* uf 415 for l. BtoUmeyef took strike Irom Fuller bownag from the farm end. He was oh the mark, first ball, with a leg glance to the deep squav It, boundary for four and the batsmen took four singles, the uvci yielding eight runs Kentish open ad from the get" of the malci his second over was given th third new ball. Trestrail greeted this with ugh sup. for four to cuter the ail Kantian In hi* nsod i cent rated on bumpers or.. bounced clear over Trestrail ano the vrtcki %  -.,,. : md wen' to the boundary for four This bad no street as far aa intimidating balsa i ed Both punished the bumpeu with powerful aquaie l trail cut one of these with n.nieidoas vigour to the boundatv inakiitg his lnaividual total 96 Lager he pushed to backwaipoait for a single completing hu century in 124 minutes. %  square leg lur a brace set.a 450 in 401 minutes. With the acora at 441, Grov made the first bowling bringing on Mudie from tl pavilion end in place of Kenltsl: The former sent down .. | saasnod quite act nuw and scortna: chiefly in easy, we staging, In tinvein Stullmeyer proached his second centu; his individual score at I1H< i (acid Mudie again ai a single off the second ball Beth baUmen took singles agau SI ey*f now I9J Puller from the screen end A ; i.nil 100 rer (226j Trestrail iild lesumed Trinidad's poatilnsji of 523 for I. Valen:ini howled first from the Farm yielding luns. Stollmeyer helping himself to two singles while Trestrail look two singles and hooked a short one to the squat • leg boundary ight on from the 1 %  Bd and Jeffrey look a 1 I ball Ram then i s to the pnvilior. |1 :>32 f"i I. btollirt and Trestrail ; insi u. 201 ..nd soon after his Uan. p-ssed the 660 mark in 466 muiules Shortly after Slollnu'> Merchant, brother of India's Test captain, was 63 not out at the 3*e The Commonwealth attack failed to make an impreaaioa on the home batsmen, and it wai brilliant fielding; which prevented a bigger score on the first day. —Reuler The Weather TOP AY M.H m... .; I m Sun MU. t.M p.m. MOOD iKlUIJ t>bru*r> llihllm: i.H p.m. Hull WtUr: 11.H .m 1 I -I1KI1A1 IU111UII iCodrlnclonl .38 In.. I.U1 tot Noulh lo >nUtd.) 1 >7 in. Irmvwaun |K.I Mi F TrinprnMrr iMin ) CIS F Mlad Dlrr.Uon: II un.) E.. b) N II P.M.! E b> N. Uln4 *>HKll>: l mll Pr h,ur. B>tomclrt 19 UP.) M.PPb. 13 pin) tll i\ jiiiun> m mttn neat EXT1?ASTMAN CEOL a DE MIL1£TDOiME TOADMEAiaCE ONCE ANO HE'S EXTB* DE5SEST EVER SINCE>EP8?SONALnV90y AT THE STEM TABt-EtHANX TO JOE TAPBAN, 8 EVERAR0 ST., RB.VERe.MA5S. Hatlo


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-rr < A flROAY 1 \ M AHY i. 1M fg> s ADVERSE BALANCE '; H 0%S BIG REDLo S23-S06M. iSl pou.'io.".i. -. am, JBJ lorclsn countnes f'o, UUl enports oi mam J16.020.I80. ihL I&M.838. a "< 1 """' r look J4.325,iintlii's M fairly Ji( the Colom prcKluc-i in I94B. Outside earnings bv realised S3.097.774 compared in 1948. i exporta dropped lb.. Timber, eTwha Mf]iiblr amount It to Canada reprcscnticl toW of Sl.003.484 or S36,043 I than 1B48. Molaaaes brought to Colony m shipments to the U mad! ?434.B33 or $182.84: n 1948. Ail Kohl i-xports were made : %  ^P* A and th se amounted 0 ll.l.ll ounces valued at $62222.1 os against I8.0JS ounces value" at JS29.983 in 1948. B.G. Drinking And Silling More Rum .liC.ETOWN. (By Mail). British Guiana exported in 1949 3.883.088 proof gallon rum us compared with 3.2IJ.293 in 1948. Last year's exporta were valued at $4,763,533 exceeding the : PAQB THRKB fe Arts and Crafts Still On Show THE to attract lar,;, hildrcn i.om th) Ihrminhoul the island. AmotiR the Inb seen at AM -1 painting!. I pupil <>( III! a mimlH'i tor ligurc dmrb in colour. Other prize tuners incluJe Dorothy Watson of Querns College ilii.>t'..nnn ."> "team-mi' u Hehnri.i Ru^t of CockUictoa Mud School t.M %  lulntin!: .,i ent. UtU-Ho, tin Panda. '^miTed'^itTmU-' 1 ' Z Su P erinlendonl Cansdale. Christmas was Zoo convalescent No. 1 Lieu-Ho is eatine. porridge $500,000 Voted for Runwav ,5" lnd.M-888.828l!M 8 toil by Ml"u Local consumption in 1949 was 362.830 proof gallons earning for Government $2,267,691 in excise duty In 1948 dutv collected was S2.0t0.245. Guiana (Surinam I• %  Ttaratro-W'' %  t4J;.54:. Lpi.il total of S49.758.526 of piods imported into guana, manures, sulphate aa*. sod sugar manufnc, -trtunen' alone amounted! 14,000.000. All the sugar K^dunr.f machinery and sul^l( ammonia came from the manufactured place %  (oncd totalled S2.483.479 sOkau piece goods amountrfUM£76 or more than UN om the imports of the %  a atop of S843.512 |ue of flour imported, the %  for 19(9 bcuiK S3.137.78l. Ulr.' 1948 S3.981.293 R man $300,000 world of am.' apparatus was imported Mar compared with 1948. | imparts for 1949 were UN %  JM!ir.g machinery and apr/-' I lb! extent of $75,195 i§a tbtU.K UH ever the value of sugar %  for 1948. i. si anounted to 37,140 ton aatthat of 1948 In I94K altar exported 136,8..1 tons r, $16,453 311 MB • .art tr. Canada, whilst tan val i. laal'.K %  Ma rue by over $4,000,000 jar above the !9lK •* by half million •at. Bauxite aVbtid .a %  i • %  la) Of eV| pis. at than the R497.415 more than "-I*** ver. *• receive! ._ *f United KiiiKUi.ii, %  Hw. the U.S.A. 126,255 % %  elonging to Messrs. 13ooker? Demerara Sugar Estates J Ltd. until determination of $2,000 %  in against him for! alleged trespass. Or I.:ichhmansiiiKh and Mr., Amos Rungula, Secretary uf the I ruoO, air alleged to have tresi>;.s.-d on the estate's lanus on I, 1949. and for which the proprietors not only claimed $2,000 damages from each of them. 1*111 aakad the Supreme Court tu %  rani an interim injunction restraining them from entering upon the said lands until hearing of the case. At a nrevious hearing when an order of restraint was granted ^iS^S^HJS^ Sx 0rh "* an t Chl Phs been suffering from a vitamin deficiency The 0.B.C SS2. > ots in the ., .. bpresT Comnwrciul Emm Results The fnllnwiiig irsults have been retfltved from I'aman'srCommercial CoUege. England. 1 P-I I Hfl CONVtM TTFBWIVnKG ELSWBVTAM, n 1 Aatvbi J ruu %  IEDIAT1 s 1 i Curwm. J n„ •HOJtTHAND TimoRv 1 rsKk-afta-i.i •S Spanner. O Chaddcitiit. T" s MseiKTi •afeClaaalit.),]. .V. T MrmiK r %  >.. rvpLtw KIJT.Ii2.TAKY J GarcM. n Itac^rl IVTKBMID1A1T J (iarriB. y Ik.eu f SHiirMriand. u. Jonti SHORTHAND OatCKBNTARY J iinrc ( i. u JWM I ClaWte. iNTaataurDiATc. -n-,--., j oan-,.. %  CoUyntort-. IIU %  1 new rm hut only ;t suggestmn. Thai pout The Reason r, aiirfiiniiK tnuin irom entering upon mmmtmuum %  %  %  T'ie re* ue h CJCportS the said lands until hearing of the Barbados C visitors are and arrangements have be-1 :t Mr-.-Ra,Vgela;5r. YS£ ^?^ Vi ' " lh< jajraents an Itttreaae of maimngh asked and was grantel Mr Kl m]( ; fh Wl %  if the ix. ngure Control, g] resssd hltlwaj appreciation Of the full operation leceivro fr /y.G. Team Here On Wednesday THE Brttt, !; I be arriving ban 1. W1-11.. accordn %  : the %  %  %  Kpacted ui • nd 2 p.m., and arrangemen' made for the Oval to IR.it their arning I 1948 two-week postponement order to file opposition to conlinuation of an interim injunction previously granted against him An application on Monday for further postponement was refused by the Chief Justice and the order made jngainst him. Diamond Muni In Brit. Guiana HiiKaiiBk fU?sia Mtuaeaataii CEOHGETOWN, (Bv Mail). Mr. T. P. Urlcen has applied Barbados Cricket Ajatjeiatlon. liradman lUtt For Top H.G. Scorer 1 Mi.il). A "DOB but will ••"• pit i 'iU-. 1 iu the British Guiana batsman who teluatve permission to exnmkes the higheM plore for diamonds in live square j the torthcoooil OOltl miles of land in the Kurupung Cricket toUnu River area of British Guiana. Th This prize m Off*r i by Ml %  %  balievod thai %  a hail 1 to !n> sent to the Seeretai y at k %  the asunUMa that Ciwornnwiit I 1 verj thing i>osslble to %  1 ensure thai the materials were pui chased .it the lowc 1 paaaabla, Q. D [.. iMe said he How me remarks made by the Acting Colonial Secretary %  a ragarai the "ahtint: Did he say that the money for lighting tho present rucrway would be in the It seemed In: to try to get the new ninw.r. aatabllsbed ^s quickly .is possible. was established they had to wait several inonlhi toi the lighting arrangements. The Acting Colonial Secretary •hat the money in the estimate was for lighting the preaent lunway, aides, waa at the moment lit 1 Bane. Atha pro-poaal for the new runway OMM up for consideration, it was decided to continue lighting the present iunwa> by flares, and purchase lighting equipment for the new Mi Pile asked if arrangement 0 teera ret In hand The Act Sccreta.\ said no. Provision would be Intba ertlmatai for the coming tinancia Mi. rile repUed that the est'mates generally came 1 before the end of March Would the Government wait until then to onier the lighting equip-nent" He knew that machinery ordered these days often took quite a long time to be delivered. The Acting Colonial said he could only give the assuranaa that they would take step* that that the equipment was obtained by the time the n*m runway was completed. The Resolution was then concurred in. and the Council adjourned area die. prize L 3,200-acre tract ia reported to be I Booke 1 n one of the richest known i have lUpulaU %  %  A nmtnilly iiaimcRi baatrlng districts — tie Mnzsruni District—of the Colon The Kaituma GoW Mines Ltd has also applied for an exclnsp t 1 to search for diamoni •; Over ;in area of 5.825 acres in tl'C North West District, and in tl t tame dJatrict, adjoining the Vem • 'in lan frontier. Mr. Alfi' has asked for permission to explore an area of approximate.. 9.600 acres—also for diamonds 941 Dividvnd iBnrtMMio. Advoci %  CAS tl A dividend of itllM %  Bank. Ltd 1 1 i.f tsM %  Institution for '.949. 1 in •! %  ... %  I %  regards the • lOD eli .il Lunriships On Parade I.and*hip will meet at HoK St Philip to-morrow 11 Parade. : Bd the Nortolk of >t Phiapthe 1 iEliiabetn and I id Iron Duke from :-t Michael. B es in the H voh havi prornlaad h j which batons at I ships >v*ll he under the -upreme command of Ki Uon M arsha ll I\o S.S. For Two Days During the pa Steamships eallr w> S 11 Nona of %  partly vancd i>% rtteii Mr. G. L. Taylor aud It A Vaughn of the Assistant Appeal Mi Wl | Kogar Taitt of St. Andrew 15a i ued is. n party of Dudley Parria "f ciermont Plantation, A donl Taitt had with him el of the larceny hail l>cen orde ed to be forfeited. Their Honoui tine but varied '1 %  the forfeiture. Mobile Cinema To Stage Shows During next week the Moiu:e Clrierna vrlU ic giving five shows. On Mir ll lc 'how will ;. given at Ike SH Joseph's AlmsA will IK" and it will l>e given 11. caster Plantation yard. St JaUMM I show will \tv Liven 111 ihe Shrewsbury Idus School yard. Si. Ptuhp. while on Thursday : St Thomas pal in Clifton Plantation yard '..II bC HI The B| and will ion In \hv Mount Tabor School yard. <::> For Stiiiii" Fish Above Schedule stalments of c I per month wai ; %  %  I, A. Mi found guDtj flyiiiK Bah at %  -1 permitted en January 26 1 months' Five Wills I dm it ted To Probate wen i Mon-f w Chin Juiim-. Sir Allan! %  111 l.'lit,:, Jal 1st. I'hihp, Man Franra MilKr i.nrt Jarrn^ SBViild li. bald !• %  • %  %  ill 1 tte 1 Trie Prim i| -soniri-. 1 i, 'i iho r...ii will. marie I' •• %  no ..f the firm of cotua Catfoad .. Oecrpv Grnnttil IN' tka Court for DI| H anc Matrimonial Cauan IW n. L Mis Honour the • • • : Kr Xllan onouneei II c .uit M Cirosvenor '. D Grosvanor iResponder* rhere wai to ,-ogu,. In this suit decree nisi viaOcembar P. 1941 J' w '< l>ulas, instructed In Messrs Haynes ,V dnmih. rap. •!•• patatlooai Fly to 71 8mtries Factory Starts Grinding Chris. 1 reason i aar) :'3 mid work la in full swing. Most .if the 1 are expected to H %  hiefl.v to the ronstan hach haa in some mea ed the canes, fat iiti 'in* have 10 rUUi rty eai ihH Bj the i ad %  i raaruary, iigar mills will %  loing full time work. District "fl" Hud Host Rdinfall RAIN (oil intat 1 'overs to keep off the % % % %  [heat rainfall BO far re"as .J • %  • light up :o ii 1 '! las tvai t Dishitl \ rlall :u parts, <. St Piuhp ia 1 Bt Thomas 12 parts. %  St. I,,., Itoads. %  BY PAA CUPPER* PAA Daily Service .nidau Your c hoit c of itegular or Tourist iari tween Port of Spain and New York. Twice weekly service vi.i Antigua Your choice of Itejular or Tourist Ser\ : tween San Jna New York. SANITARY INSPECTORS MEET TO-DAY The Harbados Sanitary Inepectors Aaaoclation artll hold special meeting at 'TfDottin's Alley, at pin How to Banish RHEUM ATK PAIN Khrunutiun %  mi.t-l b> unr and in MM hkwd. Thu .IwvM (w rrmt*J By tHt li.W)i. WHM IUSMTI IIJ. .mall ciyalsb laxlf* in Ihe ani a an J bttMn iht mtmiii* I-M4MMI (VifMM punt. VapnhfK twk* kf 4VU.1 m liwi (UnMt (..*•* thai witftsa I Uur .Mff liLum. 1>MM > KidMr 1Mb tn lt-4f*nf HM kiaia*rs Is 'Irani awttj ricau •fNti am. !" .a->M (raam thaHm4 twin as Wirialy ai IWtWfj. Pain .tuunt crfattia |*. Taw Ma.l i. iur Pan and d*-nl*1 %  li w fjpa a r. Vow quxkly rrfan that aanffMI•tfa. l haaJlh and fa+1 taara xmmf\~*t on IUtmsa Daif. KlsWf fik al i— dna aian (-ear, tt* U bh*. pa..,. -* iW ,W U Also PAA fast, comfortable, dependa b 1 e ^ service to: MIAMI IINDON New Double Decked Service between New York and Lnaajan PAA It the bell woy to trae* el for business or pleasure. For ccmplele .nfo'mation, consul! your travel ogenf or ^PAN AlUERfCAN WORLD AIRWAYS PAA (MiU-lm L 0s Costa Co.. Ito eroaS SI. take BM • mt -'JOJi A REMINDER!! BUY PEEK FREAN BISCUITS TO-DAY. Jh, CunMJ Whib, SIOA "ft. 7TI.S. yncuwdania' il.stT.% nil-: 1 IH.O.W iwwu dk&z The rvfrigorating mstiiilaiiun. which' i White pUad antiralj ... L STKRNK. & CO., LTD. of OkasMI For STEKXE refr.Reriitim: equipment •I ill tM>rs consult .... B, l Ml'SSON. SON A: CO. WD. Local Ai;enl DO NOT JUST INSURE—INVEST YOUR MONEY AT THE SAME TIME This is unly possible when you lake mil vour Fire and/or Hurricane. :iml or Riot Insurance with... BRITISH GUIANA & TRINIDAD MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE (0MPANY LIMITED The only Mutual Fire Insurance Company in Barbados •lit) holder* .hare in the profit.. All type, of Motor Insurance. Til ill! We are not %  tanfl company. Compaiualion. Marine and Bi „,. MIKi: HCN'TE—Branch Manager. %  ;;". ,• D ,, : ;, ,s Bu,ld n 8 Lowar Broad Street Uiiller Shortage? WE CAN SUPPLY PEANUT BITTER al 72? per bottle MODERN Cotton Wash FROCKS All Sires SU.flO each • Art Silk SLIPS MM 32—40 $2.30 each MODERN DRESS SHOPPE L, BROAD STREET. J





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ir slTtBDAV. JAMARY 28. 19.-.H THE BARBADOS Aimu ItE .$500,000 Voted for Construction Of Seawell Runway ,V LfCi slallv '' Counc '' >esl<*rday concurred in a supplcition for the sum of $500,000 for the c instruc-„, of'lhc now runway at Seawell. This sum repn SfWiimaled expenditure to March 31, 1950. fc iHainlml cost of tinrunColonim Secretary, "I would like % % %  "'.000. however, to remind hon. mem'% AdiienaUm to the Resolubers thai oven fur short Inter„i M d>: "•* %  the size ol T„ teiulff " hrln u'd "S Steadily Ini JL, icr the B I Within the last lew dnvs I noticed Bnmrw •' Seawell Airport, In the local i : ,„ lhl *JJtat Coi-eimi"-"! has decided effect lhal B.W.I inrard the contract lo '. Harnman and t impany, all rail which hold. Iwei i^o io the provUlon ol fun I and which i rj, LejWalure. The Junsrs -' N Harnman ifor aircraft hoMlna t "£o, and is Ihe lowest MbpaeMnfers a %  ftyln, l£i. "" *" only, i think, al mi Secretary "' %  •' %  •'•'' M "P" W" a '!iat the pro... JLA an .ppllcatlon for a Iree craft replaced or half ,. Eto( >l.-^. !" under the Dcaircraft oarrying only fourteen ^^ pu*r£ 35-* q „es,,on, J rgasys sa^'aStrass vttt'tsssnsrzte >-,,„ i.r'.vislonitl orwl "im.nh i.. ..... PAGfc FIVE Saw .. provisional Rood enough to lake %  a* and aanimed rt, of J913.000 aBL ......r1'1 J* f contract that we are likely lo (at for man] %  estimate ! < "' %  "•' "' '•'"' would haw lo be itren I %  fc n iHid In ln WM "' ,ho would only he the strei 3-,ubmilled b> Messrs J. N. in,; of the surface, Ihe foundation "M > J1.680.000. II Is being as goo3 as it could be ST Mil HAH 'III M U 111 I1.I.1MI !, Chad Indued I am not nigWtlng that we T"? SFud* "TwOlentenlary grant under are likely to have lo siren,,,,,,, Lu • a. and ^oni.1 Development and It but one con never toll what doubto feature ifttj ,Act for an amount equivaaircraft development will be with ,.','„, 1 ..he difference between 1 he in the next ten. fifteen or ,we,„v hud, %  ',., em'oT theWin slrcly approved by the years. : want lo urge hon. mem:„rmerlv a ,Z" of Slate and the actual bers one again of the dash-ability BBCe la motoriat and U _,Tor construction. The present of constructing a runway that Is time it provides an am,, dlmite inrlu mce of going lo be without ,ls belle, In Mv lo the building 10% for contingencies, and ,t is Ihe Caribbean area loud last (Tiere will be a savin,!. "Barbados has in the pas! shown TV coolract will provide ,„at very considerable foresight in its viTI be charged on capital works, and I think nor on equipment or fact which may not be full PARISH ROUND-UP j Appeal Judges Uphold Swan Slrivt will have one cf its ace lifttni when tl building ii cemptotad I with ihiihroe storey building, ted by Messrs. DaCostn St Co., Ltd . M!:. With all the recent refWVatioM US in this will become enothei muin shopping centre end Increase MBtrts Imported solely for uee predated by all |ii-contract and re-exported neneratlon. We have only to look, liltBin two months of its coinplefor example, .n our it will also provide that no Hi ipltal n\ win be payable In aa any In the Caribbean on ^gpect of whir].-; used solely on Prison which ha' '"' n << %  Bro* .aeiite BOM than adequate for presentit la understood thai wtv towKlituro incurred under the day needs, and by no means the new bulldlnj ih n of the Advance Resoluleast, this buildiiu; in which we will employ ;i larger stall in i No 59 cf 1949 will be transare now eon v. der to expedite despatch for orfcrrM as a charge to this pro"There nre very few countries. %  ders and facilitate their custom[it'll 1 think, which have buildings Facts Clear afOCtod and capital work taken so long aiio. whtcfa la moving that the Council cr\stood up and have not n-eded |Bjr in the Resolution, the Actuij'. replacement or very considerable kataul SecreUry said that th^ expenditure on them. I will now Ibfj were set out quite clearly move that this Resolution be conEh tbe Addendum, but he would curred in." '; like to explain why it was j E*VU&£*£ RMOlu " on blc f =L — '"•" '" "' K "wa s Th 1 "',he comj| ' * m '"' ; ,lo whom it had been decided H, ' inntd the contract .object lo "ctina cZU.?*'^ ,*"" ""' bMdnio(the Resuluium was Ac n Colonial SecreUry, and "Earn to .tanwork i hi W 5 iUrC """ ;l "' "" %  '" ',& ef !. prided 'Inn" doTshS^ve "T 'M """"Innre assured of the contract. !" houl <' "aw a first cla Mr Al hon. members would ai>,.„ fnl ,.„, _,. BKUK. a ,ob of this son ,„.u'L """ hon bl '"embers Khala,reatdeal.,rvervhe.vv '"' bear '" m ""' lh ' '•' |*mn, for which -pec,,,I .„' se runv a >'' construe. awcnis a !" be made for ?£ f !" n>Paratlv,| y m u „,,, &d to .he laland, and he £ ry 1," ^"''d","""'' V fcakniead thai thi, company '' y / a "'' "* iu " E. i ? 'act. In a position ^LSooS^S b£g "" V"m the materials here within „„ ,!Z _„ , r of dav The linniuial d nm ,ocl npatont lo M let out in he Ad co '" !" "< on the U .et out in the Ad.,„ %  i lhal the removal „f %  % %  %  '> larga QuanUt baan tba oau trouble |n tba pre.cm i my tound y .. %  unwa would be able to laka all the ifclowi!; a"nd"tho;h"tha'i JfS'ELfSSlLSSl •-vv.:;' ,;;",^ o u ir" os,or,nany Mr. Hutson referring to the remarks of the Acting Colonial Secretary with regard to electrical installation, asked whether the lighting of the new runway was Included in the con tf ad ••ion. and whethei ai tension of the terminal building oculd IMsxpected. He wanted to know, he laid, whether the a Z2?l *; ? V> ne would 8 iv '' u,i '<" U complete lob of^?JoSJ i 7 an '" : ,, "' lk f ""' lor JSZSS r SfllMncS pricp and '>* Ih cost ol uptoap %  i ssuii . KM wonder whether II wo iSi ^ " rous ex pvto bualnaas. But althouah 11 %  . printing and laboratory proflta fl(1||1 .. ^rfliy, BMteriali which the in 10 many doll. [^iy Mneral question had aljMen debated by the CounI aid since then tenders had I Invited and received. Five l altOKdher had been subThat submitted by the i of Messrs. J. N. Harriman i • tender from the tterling I aid therefore had the adof the exchnnge, othe i submitted Ind %  imrt from that, it was n fair %  OftiUve ffnder Tkc Flfiui would low tne total cost of of that kind ents, they MJg ciblcs, ttc amounting to Satisfied !* %  are two small items "" '"" u "" s "l 'or 'hem lo %  •bl amount, for the divereon ; Ho "ntcmbered when ihey £m.m,, power llne7anS Sg l, f aMjfS "5*B! ^"atlcil cablei which It 1 Mcamship line )UMl • the site of the new 2SS*' | mounlln R ,„ us , n In ihe lid lie aatlsTattp ,. __„ hftl to do so. W.!diK B. Evelyn,. ^ %  toroughlv llSfti Thn or'Kinally they ha f **e things ilona with a ''P rnv '* *• "' *900,000 and lin the actual : of the : connected with It was $1,212,000. a difference of $312,000 Now the estimated cost of the runway was 51.285.0CO. and the !z TJ estimated cost on completion was S1.6S0.000. a difference of $884,000. It would be interesting to know Item of leL "than ~ : wh ,hp: M; M!lIson askcd *• an PALM BEACH QUEST BOUSE, which provided entunainiiu-nt lor many Bail all as memOS Royal Navy, may be rebuilt along rnodeni Unea. Much to the regret of many Barbadians, %  %  N, E. Wilson, owner, told the "Advocate" yesterday that ha has had many requests to rebuild tba G %  od bacauaa of II In DM near future. WORK OH THK NEW PLA2A THEATRE, siutated opposite the Empire Theatre, is continuing rapidly. It i* expected thnt this Theatre will l>e opened during the latter part ol the year II is deby Messrs. Clarke S. This Theatre is owned hy the local company of Caribbean Theatre Ltd., and it is understood that it will have all modern features. Lao learnt that patron the primary conns as was Ith the ra %  %  and built by Ml nd which have earned i Unetlon for corrifort. tipmonl has bean on Months now and it is hoped that it will soon arive. \ PEES INTO THE COURTS t now Mr. J. W. B. Chenery is on leave and in Trinidad attending n dad-Jamaica Intercolonial Cricket H A. Vaugfian is Acting Judge of the Court.of Appeal. Mi Vaughan %  Taylor. Mr. A. J. H. Hans-hell, Senior is now .'.idge m place of Py Debt Judge. %  Mr H. A. Talma and by Mi. E. A are kept busy. S| IIIOMaS \ M w BOUSE wing ereet%  bred Alston HIKSII FI.IIW.:II I mm $ ad, a retired h. now letulng down in Barbados. The house is erected on an imle where the home ol Ml Nathaniel Forte, one-time owner ntaUon and a great to Codrmgton College. %  ood. : a bungalow type and is covered with ., steel roof supplied by the Glasgow .. : %  % %  .. i . Ijeing built had U-."n for many Ipwd only hy the ruin's of the old ST. JAMES THE LOSS OF II TABJM Cloth valued SL'BRtm wai reported by Mi Alfred Pan ol Glitter Bay. %  tated that the cloth was taken trots :nber last peau and Wedne ST. LUCY HIS EXCELLENCE the Governor, accompanied bv Mrs. Saver, \V I^imbert. A.D.C met the Vestrymen of t %  % % %  on Ttauradaj Hi: Excellency paid the viail on the invitation of Mr B. 1. Ward, M.C.P.. and Mr. J. E. T Brancker. M.C.P. Decision Their Henoun Mr Q L Tavlor and il A Vtughi irpbeld .t decision or His Worship ii 9 H Nuns Ml Nurse had dismissed a case for an ejectment "filer which Aaron Elrook had brought against David Elcock; :her Aaron claimed that he was out of the island and rented his brother the house at a penny freshly S returned his brother SQing him aii.l %  leave. Governor Visits BabyCreche THE baby creehe al tba ,ens Goodwill Leaf., turn ane work QoVamor I told those present when hi Ml III. t visit there y, • .K>n. i He waa r.ecompanied ,.> \l e and his Private %  tary, Mr. Lambert. Als,. tng the function were Di O'Mahony. CMO. lOa. Ball Arne. Social Welfare Office-. M and Mrs. C. Hilton Greene Boston. Mrs Beekles-W President „f ihe 11. I., Mr John Beckles. MH.E.. ,.i„i Hn Banda ...,. ,., Hn v,„k. The G..V.,,;..! ..,.,, ,(,;,, M | there u„,l seen |ha graat done. "It Is „ mos t h •ark," ha ^mt %  n ,< which gave tramaadoua satisfaction, not only io ft,e ,hll.„.•„, but la the |aay .ceiled ihe • rules of health for ihe visit,. This was followed bv ., wcieome extended l,v Vr. John Beckles who invited the Oovarnor lo make other visiti jrlthoui notirylnc him HARRISON'S -BROAD ST. Tourists Will See Iteuuty Spots TOUH18T8 .u.iving by the inia" today will see many %  island. Some will \ie taken on an i provided by Mr. 25 leurs Ago .BXKBAJMIS VIIVOIATE JAMI 'ARV •->. 1925) Inirr. ei.mui Tournamenl — Barhad*, v. Jamaica "eeond Match Ends in Draw I Haying „„ ., ,.,,„., wu k ,., I Jamaica continue, ih,.,, i Innings in ihe second raal | Kensington Oval raatai | baited for the wh.le day. 1 llors gave another exhibit! their pallence and knocked .,,, Ihe respectable score of 351 for i SHOES AT BARGAIN PRICES. I.ADIIS gad, T,n mi Navy Fancy Sho. White Sandals ami Court Styles (.i:\TS AMD CHII.DKENS SHOKS-in n Variety ol Styles and a Fair Range ol Sizes ALL TO BE CLEARED REGARDLESS OF COST Tin C.. fj ffg ,re oftarlaf are not shop, soiled or old stuck—ihey an merely I types and styles we have decided to 1 discontinue. TI1K I1AKUAINS INCLODI GENTS SHOES RF.DUCBJsaeM $i3Jtto $8.00 \Mtl..\l>IES SHOES FROM $5.50 to $3.00 Ol course llicre are many other lines nil reduced on the same senerous scale—Why not visit us to-day and make your Choice. HARRISONS HARDWARE DEPT. Dial 2364 -. % %  .'.-.• % % % %  .•.-.-,-.-.v J rttMowt >ct > tioe t.uiiy. Slackmans, HackleteaVs ClnT, St. John's •driiigton College. Sam an* Hotel. Thorn'h Durtni the Excu I a mad Iral ton') Clul. St. John's Church. miked to the I ?fi J n t0 C-llege Sam Lord's Rectory and carried mil on InT MU *J inne Hf ; ,,1 ,hc %  pecttori there They lati c,ub ail to Ihe Almsh rnose who not go on th.* %  Uiy Bxcuralon arc provided with LVKUU: The Excursion, 8 w, ckets. The Barbados fielding •ne Baggage Warchmi • %  .. *" w <> ,I>oor. no less than MX 1 catches being dropped Ha Those he m I x :.. ^Churchwarden); Rev A. E. Simmons. (BMrwly apjKiinte-l %  %  pariah); \ii c H. Yearwood, (Chairman of IheConv missionan ol Haalth); Mi I i. Ward, MC.P.: Mr. J. E. T. Brancker. MX'P.; Mr. F. A. lanniater; Mr. I. C. Sobers und Mr K C. O'Neale. At 4.00 p.m. Mr. Branckt i teed His Excellency to the eh His Excellency, along with his Party and members of the Vestry, visited Ihe h Church. Mrs. .Savage was delighted with the new oedl made 7or the Church by Kirton Tucker. %  " 11,540.000 The an•"•alloved a 10 per cent. I |. | !" "* %  in Ihe Addendum liTL V '" li wu h l" *. sh^nta .hfart' ,hln th !" ay was The n„, '•" '" %  "'<• wc Included In thnt I_ !" "lion was iaiH.000. Honlile ,T n. Chandler said h? %  ne inquiry t.. Aeting Coloi,i;,| S< lursebefoi,. ihe Mif | tha i jiss.ooo would b. 00. It was a gK;*' ,ta %  BTLtnu^b w *li < nU on aialarlala (01 |,„ !" g Thjl J l'presumed thai Ihe Government .na ?S ,i" ld *' r ,hc De nad made all Ihe necessary Inrareeail h S ? Act h 1 in'ries and asked for all thIhrtte r Secretary of necessary quotation, to make sure I In aT "* %  nd was ,h "' "he* wre buying 1 e course to submit a market as they could. ihTaiil mou 1 Filing. fterence beTh e Al ,,h Mr tale Hutson'i querv about Ugh' ~l for const 1 p--. p • liRhtina was c. Keporls iey had aeais for .hi mad. ... year in th aw, J. 1 1 runway I current estimates for run wry fh. --. aireadv %  ajI2^*> 0 re and I iJV !" "Peat eserythina •*'*•• aaa! Go'. /roposActing oj On Page 3 %  I the unavol I P U.0 After nu.kinc n thorough J II %  pection n( this liihrmury. His minute In Itors' Hook. The Party next paid a visit to Mount Gay Distillery and afterwards went on to Btl residence of Dr. A. PM.O. BSV. \. :. SIMMONS arUl be. inducted Rector of St. Us 4.00 p.m. ai ihe Parish Church to-| day. His Lordship will lithe ceremony. AftOI Simmons will l>e at Home' at the Rectory, Tilt: (OMMISSIONKKS (IF HFALTIl of the pariah met on .. iiiiiiti n arero attended to baton the meeting adjourned. %  .ii il Yr. i arooa. i Chairman,; Dr A C ii w L On E I. Bai %  :: J, E T Sanitary i < ted tours around .ml. Tlir Information Bureau alsj Lng guide Kith a plan of the City, a time table >f itoutes. and a handhook ol the island, In The Council Yesterday meeting ol the n Council, the Acting Bd the following documents:— i[,i,1'VI to of Mlmlnll%  i und lexhn. n to llwlr i* %  djtioai. for Ih* rn %  rtvlMi IhraeHn U i lew advsrattj '* n t,f LMtw PaaMira OrdM. ises. itfl (ittmt Custom* > oifhl motiUii i-i .rntbrr 14 rnrinti for JIM M>r.h ISM UN Hoard o( TruiltM. PIGEON CHOW The nioM nulriiitius I ..imbl ul JASON JONES & CO., -._i„ stopped play for len minules after the tea Interval, but Ihe wu-kei arai in no way damajed. Jama,,., look fun advantage ol Ihe opporluni'"'• mven. and regislered ihe,, oul number ot runs ba ent scorlnii. Man,,,. *allini< bauman did nol come Jff in this match, bu: ,vas amply ffTTed bv Boatt, who onlrlbuled M. hitting all around he wlckel. Morales' Innings of .3 was ., ||,„. ,„!,. Th, ship between himself and Holt was a delight lo ihe and are particularly %  the leg side Jamaica also did his part by conlributine. The conclusion of |hj ,'as very : %  %  ,he occasion, leapt ended Ihe match in .. The tavi the City closed .1 II.ml .. %  „ foi the occasion. ANIMATED OPINIONS H %  rOI IAN RK-I.IIIS u i.M... .in atnmrritonr ttWtM Toffee The Perfection of Confection MADE IN WAlTrRS PAIM TOFrtE LTD ONDON. W 3 U.K. PALM' The Prettiest Buttons you ever saw A very wide ranitr ,.i Will DM H hi l MM .„ the ITIMI exquisite Oiade*. SsMrigM and *t>let tulUbte for 4i>> t,nnl ..i roilutne JII> lime i.f flag or until. SOLVFiNII, BILLFOLDS made of real leather with map of Itarludoa. r>nera\rd SSI ihe back CAVESHEPHERD&cow. 10, 11, 12 & 13 Broad Street WEAMIIH. \li\ Zinnia (Giant). Snapdragon Marigold (Giants ft Ov Verne: tulaea, Balaam, Dahlia. lUyh ick, PorChrvMnthemum, Aster. Nasturtrum, Coreopsis, Larkspur. Alyssum, Pwgl Not. Ageralum. S a I yi a Candytuft, CalKopMOW and take advantage of the recent It e KITE WEAIIIUillrAH LTD. *{ RXAD OP BROAD STKUT VISITORS TO THE ISLAND!! FOR SOUVENIRS OF BARBADOS FINE PERFUMES NOVELTIES TURTLE SHELL WORK SURE TO VISIT KNIGHT'S DRUG STORES ~1 HOLMDA YMAfG MX if. AY, 9 Deliveries can be arranged in lha I'.K. for one ol these popular VAUXHALL CARS WYVERN-12 h.p. 4 cy. — VELOX 18 h.p. 6 cy. full details will be gludiv ,v,,, ,,„ application ta ROBERT 1 mm I I % %  >. Whitepark. (COlllTI.SV (;.\|{.\, Dial 4(16



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PACE FOUR fill BARBADOS ADVOCATE SATURDAY JANGU UM BUWOsAA^aeATE 4ve=asaT=* f 1 1-%  M IW IUseaSS C U. M. aWM M_ %  !•*•• Saturday. January . l*i* Oil Trouble THE mclhod of handling government measures in the House of Assembly has certainly not recommended itself to the general public within recent months; and the debate on a resolution to defray the expenses of experts to draft the oil regulations in this island gives further ground for dissatisfaction. In the first place it is questionable whether the resolution was necessary at all It is an insult to the intelligent section in this community to be told that it is necessary to send outside Barbados to find people to draft leases and regulations by which the Government will deal with the company or companies who will drill for oil In the legal branch of the Civil Establishment of this island there is an AttorneyGeneral and until recently an Assistant and a Legal Draftsman. In addition to these whole-time officers there is a Solicitor-General and a King's Solicitor on whose services the Government has first call. Why it should be necessary to import someone to do the job has not yet been satisfactorily explained. The reasons, however sound they may be to the Government, have not been vouchsafed to the general public who will be called upon to foot the bill. But if if is admitted that there may be good and sound reasons for the importation, the method of presenting the matter to the Legislature was most unfortunate When the resolution first came to the House the provision was for the sum of $3,000 but when the discussion came off a week later, the Leader of the House asked for $20,000 instead There was no justifiable reason given for the advance in the sum. Honourable members who took exception to the increase were accused of deliberately misunderstanding the position. It was then that a compromise was agreed on. even although the members of the Government party go far forgot themselves as to vote against the resolution It would have been easy to accept the amount and with valid reasons advanced come back to the House for the remaining amount. It must be remembered that the members of the House of Assembly are the "keepers of the public purse" and it is their right and duty to examine carefully all requests for money from the Treasury'. There is another phase of this question which is bound to bring further unpleasantness The resolution must now be passed by the Legislative Council. The members of that body will have taken note of the published debate and there is grave doubt whether that debate satisfied any one outside the House that he should support the resolution. The Ltgaslsjtive Council has already been accused of sitting and deliberately blocking legislate r and from within warned not to set itself up as any opposition. If there is an adverse vote on the resolution and it is rejected, the Council will now be accused of attempting to prevent the exploration for oil in this island It is a money resolution and can only be passed or rejected by the Council. If the members of that body are not satisfied that the amount specified in the resolution required or that the resolution is not necessary at all because there are draftsmen in this island paid from government funds might be tempted to reject the resolution inasmuch as they cannot amend it If the resolution had been properly presented to the House Had tl.e necessary explanations given, it might have served to convince even those who thought it unnecessary of the wisdom of voting for it Now it has been passed under most unsatisfactory conditions by the House and even those who are most anxious to see oil exploration in this island, might be unwilling to support it in it* present form and under these circumstances FREYA STARK ll_. \IHJIIHIIIS >liiir WHEN Fn-ra Stark made her Arst jourr*) into t.i Arab lands it was as if she had been drawr there by some mystical attraction —as if she had some gr^at mi.'sion which was not revealed to her until the appointed time She herself has said that she went there for interest and pleasure, it is certainly among the most fortunate journeys that have ever been undertaken into Arab lands by anv European, for it started the growth of lasting goodwill and comradeship between herself and the Arab people Because of this mutual understanding, she has been able to do more than anyother person in recent years to explain their point of view to the English-speaking world. It has been her constant endeavour to cement endunngly the friendship between all Arab peoples and her fellow countrymen in Britain She has been an in' valorous traveller Neither sickness nor danger has restrained her Into desolate regions she has joumeved with determination thai almost superhuman F*F.YA T\KK ju.ney of exploration a-ona; the old incense routes Of Arabia ul in. Iladramaul S took only one or two servants, and !" "f? upon getting Arab guides ' jeach successive slap of her lournev In her book "The Southern Castes of Arabia" she tells how aha reu ill in a desolate p.ace and escaped death by a narrow rnargia. !" tender care of a guide, and the attention of a chemist who hurried to her help, saved her Ufe until a British plane could be sent for Bui her usual role on those Journeys waa not Ibat of a patient. She had been a nurse in the war of 19It-l18. and wherever she went, sick people came to her ror medical attention. _, The outbreak of war In 1*J intensified her activities. Travelling by motor-car and 'hip. w donkey and camel, she went 10 lu Aden, to Syria, to PUShe broadcast in Arabic from Baghdad: and at Cairo she founded the Brotherhood ot Freedom. More than 35.000 young Egyptians joined it to study the principles of democracy similar hi. seemed almost supernuman. r... • iiiuminc* v. —-.: & £ %  £>£ c.mesenousl, ,11. bu, no thought ^tJZ^'JgTSSg. lorm.ni those ''"***'l" ''•* of returning home entered her "'.T'edrnore dearly than Freya are among the minis she ha. Mw ,„, had peered. KrttthS 5 Arab peoples are valued most in.he..life Her first conlinurt on her journey f^,,,^ SemocraUc at heart. journey was made* IJBT. and a mascM through Syria, ir££""'„,. davs before Britain ah, was a sick woman when she m m BK IT ^ me s ,rength undertook it lhert .hewent on to Cairo and h "J *""* !" g V^werl appeared to gaKtKffiS Sstt££. EsSsESSEfe SSSHSfiS ttttsjenzg hrg^sxssxsa rreya Stark madea suddenreaoijtam from Syria". They •" me p raw ^^ alone Britain's Bid For World Trade i The British Industries Fair Gives A Biff %  THE British Industries Fair, the world',"j largest national trade fair, to be held in London wd Birmingham from May 8 to 19 will | be larger and better thar ever, so said Mr • Aubrey R. Starck. O.B.E.. United ^riSdom,' Trade Commissioner in the West Indies. Con-, tinuing. he stated: 'The story of the Fair makes most interesting reading. It goes bacK to the start of World War I. when Britain was forced to make many of the items she formerly imported from Central Europe. Small exhibitions were held throughout the country with the encouragement of the Board of Trade Then in 1915 the first B ftft Vi ish Industries Fair was held when 10.000 official invitations were sent out to overseas | buyers Three days before the Fair was due to open, the famous liner, the "Lusitania bound for Liverpool was sunk by enemyaction. Only 500 of the 2.000 passengers were saved Onlv 4 buvers from the Lnited States attended the Fair, but 285 overseas buyers from 23 countries saw this first national effort at the Agricultural Hall. London. A few hours before that Fair was due to open a German airship dropped TOO bombs oO miles away from the building." "Her Majesty. Queen Mary, who is one of the most regular annual visitors to the British Industries Fair was among the first on the opening dav of the Fair in 1915. There were 591 exhibitors occupying a space of %  "1.714 square feet and 34.000 people passed Ipa-^Ufcf/ ALLSOPPS LACF.B SEEK—per bottle „ %  m —P** *ase Ql (Kilt COES FLAKES—per pkl. GOLDEN BEAN ICING SCGAst-oer pkt. tor 10-bAi M • %  Li-nj |^„ Ne. I -lull; %  M III a n ,".> .% III. S MHIKS a enthralled m " %  %  """ =V=T || was to Baghdad she went. '• !" ^^(u, careers in proT* "^^fa^hTrTaaaiSiTpand settled down in a tiny house ^VlSatw d academic Moreover, her '""•* ^Ji ,„ a densely populated quarter of JJJ."^, n „, uir. acclaim me ,or and had taught her w nen ^^ fc ^ ,„ me ach wmrn t of Freya quite a child, to •PPfeC' 1 " ... he Ar>blc unique women. 522 "'litore'mer.^Stlme language. d she took up he ^rk^To ma r ^ potter> Betore """"" %  -„„ .ludv of Persian Many of the heroic figure. L 0 ?i S P h.lf c^ r^rd Sp Arabs were astonished that this book*, shj^ u ^ „,„„„ Surkfour^ hei^fonb^snip r ,,,u Engluhwonuui f" "^^ m marti But she has on her war • *' r ^ " SK should undertake so gallantly and b *l n !" „ „,,„ a mere explorer T^^ were an^^m. most even light-heartedly tleiiWW jTLun? places She wi.l be ' !" JJITof her whole life she was planning She had no pre mr mbtrt4 also as a great am£3SJSf?-i£ r,^ h n-r.v.r.^x^srsz T£X*J&£S Tesl-She h^pubfisn^meVory gf US^. %  -meal period of ^ "-i-'JL^^rir,:^; of'Ter travels randeran a, j Nlll ,. rRE y A < iiaawaauaai %  > i^av/rn;;-.i-grTuVance I n ier }£> !" ££f\£ a '' K Boyai r,;^;"h.d^r"i.^. gpsg --^ wTm '"entered w^ ot livjrx honour ^^ ST ^^S^SSTV^^ IS on. She made a long Ir. Cubt k Start* Something iT __ —_lvl Febru. i From Oor Laa^on taereapeadeali LONDON, 11 Meet Mr. Cube, the man who made his first appearance in Britain a couple ot months ago and has set the whole nation arguing. .'.ouees Tale I determinauon to resist the thro' of nauonaliaation—a UUi would becoma a reaUty if me Labour Party won the General Bection and implemented II "In 1916. the Fair moved to the Victoria and Albert Museum and had to be reduced in size to under 50.000 square feet The following vear it went to the Victoria and Imperial Institute because a little more space was available. In 1918 and 1919. the British Industries Fair was held at the London Docks of all places, but although the buildings were old, bitterlv cold and overrun with rats, it went on. 1920 saw really serious steps taken to find a more suitable home, for the Fair had become a permanent annual event. In that vear. the heavy engineering section at Birmingham was opened with 85,000 square feet of space. "The Crystal Palace, which was completely destroved in World War II provided a home for one vear and then the White Cty. now used for many of the famous sporting events came into service for five years. In those years £5,000 a vear. a mere pittance, was spent on publicitv. In 1925 came the great Empire Exhibition at Wembley. Still the British Industries Fair continued, the Olymu the White City being used. With World War II the Fair closed for seven In 1946 Birmingham re-opened, the a dsswived. February 3rd b u ,idings having escaped German bombs. will be the vital date And. o' The London section re-opened in 1947 bigfor the purposeof ass ess-, and ^^ lhan fiver m iu history The „p^p Fair occupied 847,754 square feet of space. know when bis ompaig-1 ^ ^K 3 ^ Q exhibj 7 0rs an d 16,751 "buyThat is the problem which each ers from overseas passed through the buildparty must s, •* %  mgs. The next year, exhibitors occupied '.egal advisers. And the advice they had been given Treat me P it as i ne signal for the BERGER PAINTS PERMANENT r.RF.F.N <, gin l> I gin tins LASTIKON WHITE—1|. 'a and 1 gin tins PERQUITE WHITE i.. VI and I gin tins OPAQUE WHITE—'4. '* and 1 gin tins RED OXIDE—I gin and 5 jln tins PROMEUM SILVER—',. •-, k 1 gin tins EBONITE BITUMINOUS—Va, h and 1 gin tins BERVAR VARNISH— "4 gin MATROIL WALL PAINT—14 lb tins DUSSEAL (for Waterproofing!—>7 gin and 1 gin tins 4-Hour LACQUER 1 in colours) — ', pint and u, !" ra 11PROMEUM PRIMER RUST PREVENTATIVE-S ST — 1 gin Una '"I RUX PAINT REMOVER PAINT PROTECTS and PRESERVES irteuentt WIIJUNSON & HAl'NES CO LTD, Sue. C.S. PITCHER & CO.-LTD Phones: 4472 ibe s eamslogans Which w assured mat • .101 assists II until the campaign becami,t includeii I tangled with the General Election The question then arose was merely came vu0 f Britain—and that memoes 1'arty. l-orii i.yiv "^ -* ~1 Election Iliam a proi Counsel Cube's manager, trainer and chief ast as baffle.! f It doesn't. And that .• was merely a symbol of an individual industry's fight t pokea.: of nationallsamen say. must be given a test case ..._ _. .. ...>h Si* Twnresented i. i--..^ j the Conservatives .-...-cuon, tog a Court of Law. once an otsjeci lodged, to call for a statement of %  m rassni -..ite's campaign exagMastrea penses. And. according to Mr S Bart s cam1 aign and anv similar campaign ciuld legally be counted aa part ings. The next year, exhibitors occupied 937.414 square feet of space. "In 1949. over 17.000 trade buyers from 130 territories visited the British Industries Fair where the latest products of 90 indus.ere on display. Among these were 110 trade buyers from the British West Indies." Mr. StarcK continued: "This year, a record space of over 1 million sq. feet will be occuS ied by more than 3.000 firms representing ) British industries. The exhibits will be displayed in 32 groups of closely allied trades for the convenience of buyers. In Birmingham a special section of civil engineering contractor's plant will be the largest ever held at the Fair." On the subject of publicity. Mr. Starck disclosed that 7% million stick on stamps for have been distributed through the world Other items include 700.000 information booklets. 300.000 invitation cards. 80,000 posters. 50.000 showcards. all in 10 languages. 200,000 menu cards in 12 languages. In addition, press advertisements will will appear in 63 countries in 33 languages. 65,000 adin 00 countries in 00 languages. w,wi uu-1 vance catalogues of the Fair will be distrib-1 uted before the opening date. The catalogue which is supplied free to trade buyers at the Fair will have a classified index in 9 lantlon or whether he represented in Court the Conservative Party's fight against naUonallsalion In general Tbv pul to brass tacks. IS re. This is an imp because .. Electoral wn cn lh Laws no party is allowed an adth r(aU vantage over its opponents in an ot election through being able to ,. ralr wm Ilav( B C1MMTC „, u „ ,„ ,„,,. 2SK ^."JueX," "e^TT.BS guages. A, the leading rail terminals in Lon be answered was whether Mr fi r!1 j,. .ampaigns influenced the,don. enquiry bureaux will be set up for con Cube's campaign did in fact help most people including Mr Morelect. !" venience of trade buyers. A special train the Conservative Party .,re inclined %  '.homy question and one| servlce W1 i[ run b,, lween London and BirmIf ,1 were held thai Mr Cube ,s_ihe election camoai %  ik e ii m " "', I mgham and an airline service will operate ^ %  ^gggrggJ KJX.,^ .."art, "when t, ^T ^it^lTV^:^^:^^ "* ruaT^andAttorney 0 "bout 11 But there was | buyers will be_ provided I Hartley Shaw-cross bom thought ^""cou'd 'taUK' be *5i Whmfa mi TSMI.IV whatever the eOO odd Conservatives spend on their own campaigns. This would not matter one sera,) if a political parti v..I not limited in the amount It can spend on an election campaign But It is—and vary rigorously It is already hard for ConaervaUvea to fight their country constituents within their permitted limit, so they run me What's on Today Art Exhibition British I uunril at 9.N a.sn. Asia -ml Craft Hurra's Park It M am Meetin AaaocsaUoa Dollii. al I.M p.m. In. art tttjfl (lame. Kraslnsusn al l.M p m ... . — -— 1 —.%  • — — 1— — (.emit latlon to the Gov-lof the Fair These will be comfortably ew IO cause the con-/ furnished, copies of leading newspapers disassociate^, the wor d wi „ ^ avai i able and enaelve. from Mr Cube, camUgM refreshmenls ^.^-^ Krvtd Starck concluded: "Already there is evidence that the Fair will attract a great have got so excited number of overseas visitors and I know of if I had put on my sugar packets many firms in the West Indies who are send"Demand the nationalisation of n( j ne r buvers over ln caMS where j am : hlrdTy^a'gooS^meni notified beforehand^ that a buver is s oing; to obvious ans':e Fair. I advise the Board of Trade sorthat .11 possible assistance is given through the done :" iStav tn Britain" DA COSTA'S DEPARTMENT STORE CORDIALLY WELCOMES Till VlSITOtS FROM TUB LINER MAURETANIA AND FOR THEIR M l.r.CTION WE CABBY BIO STOCKS OF .. GENUINE ENGLISH DOE SUM . WORSTEDS. IRISH LINENS . LINEN SLACKS. PANAMA HATS . KENT BRUSHES . ENGLISH AND FRENCH l ,:Krl VK .. AND MANY OTHER ITEMS t.riNTEnST %  r, Mt an I B " II Tl. I SST -. Ift 1M DA COSTA & CO.. LTD. DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT-,-r-^,---,-,V-.-,-.-.-,-,-.-r-.---;-.-.-.-.---.---.-.-.--V.V.'. % % % % % % % %  '" •1H HKAMKH-S SAV: Would An lii%siia.ioii ll l| I Urli i < il> lliffirullifK V SIR.—1 havr ttd with intarMt tn* v.no .Mtcn Out h-v* ApLieai-vd in your p*pcr rtcvntly with lefrn-ncv to the a*rtK of <. -cctric power in BtfbKle*. Hid ll not be a good tiling now to have a tatoroufti investisation made by independent and properly qualified persona ? Dteael engines are all vm in tawir way. and have tr.. r..gii fuel economy, but all Engineers know tnat over a term of the> requirr a great deal more repairs and maintenance than, for instance, steam turbines. which are very much simpler in design and far imm liable to breakdowns uch as *e hMV had in the local power plant during the past three yean or so. Tbe Electric Company no doubt has Its own reasons for installing these Diesel engines, and the*e rranrmi may or may not be sound nence. and from 11 genet I ataaaJi help to clear the adt* fcav* the wfcoer ubje' t a* fcr 1 tunable and IndvpendMni mission at Ihi populi IES. MEK l'i. •• ituh'.n Of lh< tmkkmtk To the Editor, The Advocate— gUrw inc to add something to n.> lettci on this subtect in the Advocate of January 19. There are three points which should be included to make the statement complete and justify the argument The first i* dl persons who probably d little lerrnonettes on the subject tand regard me as %  minded old fogey and spoil-sport. whose ideas ..re not to be seriously considered 1 should like to get them to beiie.e that I have no axe to gi I %  %  m e personally whether the Sabbath is observed r not So long i for my person and home and possessions fur a short longer, that is til 1 MM Hut I am greatly concerned ft well-being of this community and for suitable reverence for Al %  (right) God which I hold are bound up with th< i fcious ideas and is natural for yountt people to want to go '.:. please themselves and again all learn to take larger and deeper and not live a heathen In a Chi ndly. I want i.taj that I %  girls -1wi thi.it are taught reli 'nglr %  make HMMI -ad motive* itural good sense a ings of human nature general charnctec and <• i law commur. i rj nutii case* even humane and without a religious foundsatsion is not securely baied and able to withstand the hostile conditions and i. and 1 fear that many .: up thus unequipped Then also the general well%  %  jeopardy The child is parent of or womar. stream cannot rue above its) spring It .egg and mothers do not reeognlake i rhey seem unable to look ml ess to alter. Uk %  Usae for such developments w wert seat as also it takes veers far the be* to gi "Tne eullf ef l eave to appeal CWtsAian genple to give serious they v me pardon Baa en account of the vwatt mnortscK* of the situation. 1 anaw .llow this great boon of a Day of Beat. Worship and spiritual and moral culture, to be lost by default, by laanez-faire In England things have moved a lo-i{ wa* In this direction in recent years, and now leaiit; State are bew. call "the lapse of large %¡ umbers in paganism-That is. let us hope, an exaggeration — certainly there is yet a multitude of Godfearing, -x-pie in the various churches and bene!ovent organtiations But the anMSjagi -; re* ly' : %  <..tune for the re u h change and new line of action to work out to f I believe there is. m Barbadca at aaast, a suftV IMopte. amongst the better *strueead and more aarioua aaindof the con.' control and correct th. and narrow* nunded movement. Let them declare themselves and advocate kef i.nd corrective determination We want both now. and for all m the future, a communal life of the highest quality, and the foundation of this is the Fear of Cod, IS GODSON. Chelsea Cottage. To The Editor, The Adooogfe. SIH.-Kindly allow me to make a suggestion for a Barbados team to represent the island in the evening cricket tournament t.etewan Bexbados and Demerara J D Goddard (C-, hlehall. A M Taylor. % D Weekes H Luca.* C B W \ Wilu*m*. G Wood, c S MulUns, H A hung. W A Farmer. E laeWagajM ERIC EVV Eagle H WELCOME TODAY TO OUR TOUBISI FRIENDS an YOU'LL FIND A HOMELY ATMOSPH^ EXCELLENT SERVICE AT.... GODDARDS RESIAIKAMI BROAD STREET i III H IQIIIIIi a ODII UU I UH I I I I IIIIII'*