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Port of Spain Gazette
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1910
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TRINIDAD SATURDAY JANUARY 15 liHO.
DAILY ONU i’j:SKY.
LUXURIES GLEN DINNING’SL
SKEOCH & CO.
BBS0"?? as
¡fiiuut&iii&S
«¡Si
IfNIMlI.
At HM.SMn-javUna
NfST ENGLISH HARES.
iiiwil;as«ucn.LH.
J. GLENDINNING & GO.,
S. FREDERICK STREET.
fíat. Department.
4 Good, Reliable & "Jp-to-Date Article.
mini Building and
Loan Association.
Carnival, 1910.
¡old I Silver. Goods, ■
NEW AND UP-TO-DATE.
SPANGLES, NETS, GAUZES. ,
EVtRVTHIMG FOR CARNIVAL.
Grand Display Now On.
COLLEGE
Books.
SKEOCH& CO. ;
CALEDONIAN HOUSE.
STOCK-TAKING- FINISHED.
Many Lines in
A.LL ZDBlZP^RTlVEIEIISrTS
TO BE CLEARED
Goodwill© and Wilson Limited.
.IUST GKCRiVEO
AND FOR SALE
200 BAGS
VENEZUELAN COFFEE
WossdIs Bros. &, vou Gcniard
- iiimius op ..
COCOA. KlTMIvtiS, KOLA NETS ETC-
70. SOUTH QUAY.
ftisifed Kfcüá
leu i- c7u bt
FOR SALE
BOYD & CO.
> Broadway


■rara t ^-OP-sPAiN oamte aatorday .tantary is im¿_
Hardware.
Wo spocialiso in Hardware. Our Planes and Saws x
import not merely because they aro Planes and Sar
bat because thoy aro the BEST Planes and Saws to '
bad for the money.
. Stock EVERYTHING T
BUILDERS & CONTRACTORS,
'SHIPMASTERS, ETG., ETC.
WE ARE IHEADQUARTERS FORLTHE
NEW AGRICULTURE
BARRETT’S Compound RosinlQilVA NISH
We liavo tlio
SPIUYEHS, INSECTICIDES, 1CUESO, nil k
TOOLS, including
f AGRICULTURAL
AGOSTINI’S PERFECT COCOA PICKERS,
MOTOR GARAGI
ELECTRICAL AND FINE MACHINE W
OUR SPECIALITY.'
Wo do what cannot bo dono anywhere olso in tow
Nickel and Silver Platii
MOTORS & MOTOR CAB WO
FOIt HIKE ¡
MOTOR LAUNCH “JOY|
Most comfortable boat in the CuM
11ST TKOKEI.E THLEKHOWE ...
AR3ST0TT» LAMBIE & COMPANY,
HVT A ZRJuIsriE] SQTJ-A-BEI.
FOR SALE.
J.V».
;5‘¿SMI!SKrj,!K‘
WHOLES ALL OR RETAIL
Lowest Prices.
«mis cu
W. STEDWIAN ARCHER,
TUB
PianO
WarchousE.
NH-W “GOODS
The CARNIVAL SEASON.
IBI. STEOITG-,
M. W. GOODING.
WELL SATISFIED,
. Ucr-nv.L’.L’.-i.r
'■'.JSSSiff’itto.*
¡TXiRXXSSI?8-4"--
NERVOUS PEOPLE, RUN DOWN PEOPLE,
ALEX. N. JOHN,
, Wanted In Breeding Parpes
TOILET PAPER I •aftu.n»«111,1». n
ssasftsssr
"S4
‘SANCSCHAW”
AND “TRIUMRj
BOTH FED ON 1
Molassine [
Meal


Masquerade Next Month
THE BONANZA
¡Is fully Equipped now for the Fancy Dress Ball
PLAIN COLD. SATEENS
SPECIAL READY-TO-WEAR
aws,«: WS2
mmmbz.
=g: = = = W
mK|aiSr'!uít¿ ::: :: ::: i&jjS
ROUND FANCY PAPER HATS
EXTRA SPECIAL SPEED WORK
SMIEH Bit
OTHERS ^JSTJD
Douvnnp-^nsr^.
C RG-O
TO BUILDERS
L¡-,11
27221.
SUSS
SELECTED ALL HEART
Pitch Pine Lumber
l*S¡r,2S,«,«S
•TVvHTH-'--.'-';
ilpiSs?
CEMENT!
. .‘ 0. .
: â– * r;0-Vr.V'V;vTj'.v'
[Barque ‘THEKLA’ from Mobile.
IfSissSs»"3"
.^v
f.A.SKtEiE&CO
?*lf Its jQH(<>.E U1tl>
sjiíiii iii.oí.ó’iMn
... v.j '§
Latest Arrivals
A? I; -
•1
\V« UITvr For Sal..
SANiOWS Bivucpras
TRINIDAD UNE OF STEAMERS
TASSO.
5IKi* j IX -0SÍ
CORN.
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1910


r ■" 'isa»
Mat Heoiar.
raB:B AB1IV1M )CiT TO BAM
I Geo. R. Alston & Co.
g|g§A NOTICE.
Davidson and Todd,
STABLE • REQUSITES.
!@1B
The
TAILORING DITARTMKXT
High-elass
Tailoring-,
A WEST ENO CUTTER-
&
¡E
'£° SUijn's lijt'Ali L
Vegeiible Lira Fill!
OL ANTI'S
THE NON CHEMICAL'
WALTERS Q'JEEN LACER BEER
ROYAL ‘EXTRA’ STOUT
â–  1
Qj>ea lac: H h 'Boyal EXTRA
'TRINIDAD BREWING CO.
\¡mm.


MILLERS






Full Text
TRINIDAD SATURDAY JANUARY 15 liHO.
DAILY ONU i’j:SKY.
LUXURIES GLEN DINNING’SL
SKEOCH & CO.
BBS0"?? as
¡fiiuut&iii&S
«¡Si
IfNIMlI.
At HM.SMn-javUna
NfST ENGLISH HARES.
iiiwil;as«ucn.LH.
J. GLENDINNING & GO.,
S. FREDERICK STREET.
fíat. Department.
4 Good, Reliable & "Jp-to-Date Article.
mini Building and
Loan Association.
Carnival, 1910.
¡old I Silver. Goods, ■
NEW AND UP-TO-DATE.
SPANGLES, NETS, GAUZES. ,
EVtRVTHIMG FOR CARNIVAL.
Grand Display Now On.
COLLEGE
Books.
SKEOCH& CO. ;
CALEDONIAN HOUSE.
STOCK-TAKING- FINISHED.
Many Lines in
A.LL ZDBlZP^RTlVEIEIISrTS
TO BE CLEARED
Goodwill© and Wilson Limited.
.IUST GKCRiVEO
AND FOR SALE
200 BAGS
VENEZUELAN COFFEE
WossdIs Bros. &, vou Gcniard
- iiimius op ..
COCOA. KlTMIvtiS, KOLA NETS ETC-
70. SOUTH QUAY.
ftisifed Kfcüá
leu i- c7u bt
FOR SALE
BOYD & CO.
> Broadway

■rara t ^-OP-sPAiN oamte aatorday .tantary is im¿_
Hardware.
Wo spocialiso in Hardware. Our Planes and Saws x
import not merely because they aro Planes and Sar
bat because thoy aro the BEST Planes and Saws to '
bad for the money.
. Stock EVERYTHING T
BUILDERS & CONTRACTORS,
'SHIPMASTERS, ETG., ETC.
WE ARE IHEADQUARTERS FORLTHE
NEW AGRICULTURE
BARRETT’S Compound RosinlQilVA NISH
We liavo tlio
SPIUYEHS, INSECTICIDES, 1CUESO, nil k
TOOLS, including
f AGRICULTURAL
AGOSTINI’S PERFECT COCOA PICKERS,
MOTOR GARAGI
ELECTRICAL AND FINE MACHINE W
OUR SPECIALITY.'
Wo do what cannot bo dono anywhere olso in tow
Nickel and Silver Platii
MOTORS & MOTOR CAB WO
FOIt HIKE ¡
MOTOR LAUNCH “JOY|
Most comfortable boat in the CuM
11ST TKOKEI.E THLEKHOWE ...
AR3ST0TT» LAMBIE & COMPANY,
HVT A ZRJuIsriE] SQTJ-A-BEI.
FOR SALE.
J.V».
;5‘¿SMI!SKrj,!K‘
WHOLES ALL OR RETAIL
Lowest Prices.
«mis cu
W. STEDWIAN ARCHER,
TUB
PianO
WarchousE.
NH-W “GOODS
The CARNIVAL SEASON.
IBI. STEOITG-,
M. W. GOODING.
WELL SATISFIED,
. Ucr-nv.L’.L’.-i.r
'■'.JSSSiff’itto.*
¡TXiRXXSSI?8-4"--
NERVOUS PEOPLE, RUN DOWN PEOPLE,
ALEX. N. JOHN,
, Wanted In Breeding Parpes
TOILET PAPER I •aftu.n»«111,1». n
ssasftsssr
"S4
‘SANCSCHAW”
AND “TRIUMRj
BOTH FED ON 1
Molassine [
Meal

Masquerade Next Month
THE BONANZA
¡Is fully Equipped now for the Fancy Dress Ball
PLAIN COLD. SATEENS
SPECIAL READY-TO-WEAR
aws,«: WS2
mmmbz.
=g: = = = W
mK|aiSr'!uít¿ ::: :: ::: i&jjS
ROUND FANCY PAPER HATS
EXTRA SPECIAL SPEED WORK
SMIEH Bit
OTHERS ^JSTJD
Douvnnp-^nsr^.
C RG-O
TO BUILDERS
L¡-,11
27221.
SUSS
SELECTED ALL HEART
Pitch Pine Lumber
l*S¡r,2S,«,«S
•TVvHTH-'--.'-';
ilpiSs?
CEMENT!
. .‘ 0. .
: â– * r;0-Vr.V'V;vTj'.v'
[Barque ‘THEKLA’ from Mobile.
IfSissSs»"3"
.^v
f.A.SKtEiE&CO
?*lf Its jQH(<>.E U1tl>
sjiíiii iii.oí.ó’iMn
... v.j '§
Latest Arrivals
A? I; -
•1
\V« UITvr For Sal..
SANiOWS Bivucpras
TRINIDAD UNE OF STEAMERS
TASSO.
5IKi* j IX -0SÍ
CORN.
72 Hr
i:»i
i
hi 11:-
f
r"
t-.~ v:;'- .
Wzk&Mi
ss:;?.
^¿ÍZBZrSz
w
' rnadmiésa
uJ3-5*.csr.,'-.-.-.s > .
mmm
pP
isi&P
jjjl
tí—
..';r.*..v¿* ¿ t’/
-f
iK nm«:i*im: omine c;
r.rri.-.sl'H’ai'SlH-
Mis

1910

r ■" 'isa»
Mat Heoiar.
raB:B AB1IV1M )CiT TO BAM
I Geo. R. Alston & Co.
g|g§A NOTICE.
Davidson and Todd,
STABLE • REQUSITES.
!@1B
The
TAILORING DITARTMKXT
High-elass
Tailoring-,
A WEST ENO CUTTER-
&
¡E
'£° SUijn's lijt'Ali L
Vegeiible Lira Fill!
OL ANTI'S
THE NON CHEMICAL'
WALTERS Q'JEEN LACER BEER
ROYAL ‘EXTRA’ STOUT
â–  1
Qj>ea lac: H h 'Boyal EXTRA
'TRINIDAD BREWING CO.
\¡mm.

MILLERS







JNO 9147 VOI, Xx

" ' ICED

LUXURIES

BX RMS “CLYDE!

ae
FRESH SALMON... 606 Ib.
OCOD FISH ... 200 Ib.
KIPPERED HERRINGS 480 doz
FINDON HADDOCKS = 2$c Jb.
FRESH BUITKR ... 480 )b.
ROQUEFORT CHEESE 00 Ib,
JAMEMBE RT do, 360 03
PORT px SALUT do, 600 Ib
EAN MIDGKT dé, 1b 360 62
di do do 2b 790 oa
DEVONSHIRE CREAM 480 “Jar
PARTRIDUES 72¢ os
JHOICE APPLES 060 doz
‘stea CHOICE, PEARS $1,20 doz

\LMERIA GRAPES = 36¢ Ib,

SEETROOT ow. Be Ib

ARROTS ... a. =: Be Ib.
Atos

TEPHENS LMTD
INGUINEAU BROS

Provision, Cocoa
AND =

OMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No 4 Ilenry Street
See

~ TUE

MEDINA + GROCERY.

ICED LUXURIES



v
‘xe R.MS Magaalena
1D FISH oe 200 tb
ON HADDO! GCKS we 246 Ib
f ERED HETUUNGS ” ws 48c dz
ATERS 2 4930z
ett BUTTER». sve 483 Ib
IGLISH BACON te 390 »

UEFORT CHEESE oo
MMf-py-SALAT CHEESE 4. 606
\MEMBERT CHEESE ons 5
ST PORK SAUSAGES . 360 Ib
83 DEVONSHIRE cheaul 400 ea,
[RASANTS,
PARTRIDGES,

GROUSE,

NEST ENGLISH HARES,
udvville & Wilson, Lid,

____ FOR_REMT

OR RENT AT BELMONT.—That
newly built cottages No 2 Clilferd
fet, couteining Drawing Room, Diciog
2 Bed Koums atl large and airy,
oaalery. beabliog and Carriage Hone
well as the oaosl oc hous For
tusulace please apply to MAX REIMER
10 Charlotte Strret—Jany 81m.
OK RENT,=—The Cottsge No 1
Woodford 8t. Comfuttab dweliog:
werage ets, Voesesasion st ouce, apply
LD Lovisy, 7 Chaoon 8’, Phone 535
O. law Zw,

en
‘OR RENT, = Cottage No, 83 Mareval
Houd, peat the corver of the Savaoce
@ Queen's Koyal College, tewer and
ectrio Bttings iH talled, Apply to Lew-
y & Mayoard No, 33 Henry Street,
ttul-Sp ite, -.0 1/10 fon
WHE RENT Owilllog Howe, Ne, 1
Queen's Park Evat, facing the &
oneb, cooteiniog Drewlog Koom, fou
Sroome, Diniag Koo, Pautry, &e
svete Hooms, Electile Light,
ailing, Jennie Crart, Imiediste pos:
taion” “Agply to WILLONS (aan

ERE 8h
1A eh “Coiags o 8

Loodoa Bireet. large yard, eS werag®
pertraie e No 15 London Sireet—

(ree
‘ORRENT—Toe large etores on Sis
Nae rquire occupied for the lavd 25
are by Messre, GQ. i, Aiston & Co, ‘Ibe
‘tts can be weed both asa coces and pro-
404 store, Possession on Les February,
‘ply te luwacto Bopu, or Louis Bodu,
hte Jany. 1910,
OR RENT —Cotige No. 61 bt, Vio
Cent btreet, Far ‘hee Particulars, ap-
1A. Or dedilva & Co., Medical llel!,
OR MENT—Gotuge oureer New BLieel
éud Dundona d Street saltad’s for s
tall famatly, cool and quict Iucality pear
© paracosh sewer wud o'octrio light,
Poly to b. to Le i. Lovenace, 45 New Suet,

_FOR SALE.

rn =
\OTTAGE FOR SALE,—Ua Jot af
J laud 109 x 50 feet, stisate ae 65 Carlos
ieet, Woudbrook, contsiniog 3 frovt
om il ft. = 20 f% aod 2 beck roume
Ie 310 fe fo od soudion, Ne reason:
te offer will fe telosed. Appl to W.
TRDMAN Aacues, 64, Soau Qasy.—
sey Mibu,

rr anne
(OR BALE —Bright Bey Hi Hove, height
143 Beck yolots, draft, a

04 vader asddie, verte y ere aod ie
nd orver. Apply to JAMEO DICLLER.
Qfay ayaa Ltd.—tau 14 b—tw,
ny ~—Sesund Head fuso ty
Ae of : it ie Sere ar

for seluee “4
joins rey

-

{BOYS' STRAW HA

GLENDINNING’S|.-
SE OEE. TRINIDAD FIRE INSURBKCE 0.

GENT'S

Hat. Department,

i
In this Department you can always rely upon gotting sterling value T by informs the holders of iFolercs

dated 1904 and 1905 that there is sill a
for your money. ‘@ buy in the best and most fashionable markets | pain poet ee a cash dioidenun le

bis bands, ard bees them to apply at the
A Good, Reliable & Up-to-Date Article.

Company's office for said dividends at
Below we givo an ides of a few of tho lines wo carry t-~

earliest convenience,
4. F. MATHISON,
Secretary,
GENTS STRAW HATS—the very latest shapes, In 2 in, 2} In, 2 2}
in. Brime, trimmed in Green, Brown Navy % Black, from 2s. to 6s, Sy
TERKAI FELT HATS ia Drab, Browa and Black, front 23 to &s,
ALVINE Do, from 2s. to 8s,
TELESCOPE FELT HATS tn all shnp, from 2s. 6d. to 83,
MOTOR Do, from 23 6d. to 4s,
PLANTERS’ FELT MATS—Broad Bims--fon 2s to 8s
CORK & RUBBERR NHELMETS—covored white and khaki, from
3 thillings to 14 shilliogs.
GENTS SILK HATS—from 6 ehilliogs to 25 shillings.
GENTS CAPS—in a Broat variety of Shapes and prices,
‘S—from 1 shilling. to 3 shillings,
BOYS' FELT HATS—from 1 shilling to 3 sbillings,
BOYS' CAPS Io Twoed and Serge, from 6 cents to 24 cents,
CHILDREN’S HATS to suit any Be, from 1 shilliog to 6 shilling.
GIRLS’ SAILOR HATS just the kind for School wear—bread brims,
from 2 shilling t> 4 sbillings,

ZizsaiLitec,
» KHUTUAL & CO-OPERATIVE )
ae, Onacen, treet
TELEPONE No, 52.



ocan ways supply our customers with

Port-of Spal,
"29thBept. 1909,



Trinidad Building and
Loan Association,

OFFICE: NO. t8, CHACON STREET.
Telephone mo,52a
—

HE BOARD OF DIRECTORS haa de.

clared au INTERIM DIVIDEND of

per cont forthe half year eaded on the
30ch Jane lead,

- Members who have received the psid
up value of their MATURED SHARES
daring the period are now invited to apply

9 | to the undersgned at the office of the
Arocution for the CASH DIVIDgND3

corresponding to aald ehsrea. Members

shone i goo MORTGAGES Ane NOW CAN:
LLED by moans at toeie matured

& saree may re sr he office or there

reaective REL Xses" and will recerve

IN CASH any balsoce standing at credls

of thetr anid Shares.

A. T. MATHISON,
Secretary

Just Received ma Now Bot of

COLOURED ELASIIC IAT BANDS

‘In all tho favourite colours, at 12 conts each,

J. GLENDINNING & €6O.,

5, FREDERICK STREET.



Port-cf-Spata,
@7tb Aagass 1909.



-CALEDONIAN

rg

Stock-TABRIN G PINTS Ee D.

WAVE JUST MARKED OFF A_ MAGNIFICENT

Gld & Silver. Goods,

NEW AND UP-TO-DATE.

Gold and Silver and Cold, Fancy Laces,
Braids, Gimps, Cords.

NETS, GAUZES:

ac

EVERYTHING FOR CARNIVAL.
Grand Display Now On.

SK HOCE & CO.

SPAWGLES,





Many Lines in

ATI, DEPARTMENTS

TO BE CLEARED

Goodwille _anc and ‘Wilson Limited.

eee

FOR SALE

OX V7 ATOEELOUSSE,

TAN ERT TININ FS S\LE CHEAP — Ligh “Vietort
FR pols fare paic ofhorees, and cso
be made fat jatoa Ehae on by takiog olf the
er vors erat. eoply Nou, Post-of bpaio
te—Jenuary Ftb—~
por BALE— Sain Of eeparstely),
AND FOR SALE sera eee
one Canadien Rubber f, one
sot Eogiah Theaere (lacey tere good
condition. Apply W. Vs hr » Kxownxs, Ges-
O.

eral Post Office, or a 5 Broome Btreed
Nc Clair—Jany. Jom1.

WANTED, ~
Gaui Hove — wanted to tent in
good Jucshty (furnished or o far-
rhbed). *pply te HB" at she ctice of
this peper.— Jary. M4th--tw, a

—THE-



200 BAGS

VENEZUELAN COFFEE

Wessels Bros, &.von Gontard

— BUYERS OF —

COCOA: NUTMEGS, KOLA NUTS ETC.
70,SOUTH Quay. ‘
sELLPHONE No 574,



Trinidad Elecirie Uo.,

Ice § Cold Storage

Wepartmenta.
—

E ed, the best procurgbia
W wade from thoroughly ual Fao
water, achrend at yourdeur io lots of
6 Le ds! fe e.@ ROW ta 6 biog!
iabeall bate ot GOODS fac Vege
tron at loweet p ecible rates,

8, D. HANDING
Manager



75 Drums PRIME

TRINIDAD SATURDAY JANUARY 15 1910.



ee ee

ASSORTMENT OF

&ec. Ce,



12, Frederic: Street,



25 Vierces PRIMES Me DIUM

250 Bags No,

2 EXTRA FLOUR—* Grand Duke" ’
100 Bags No. 1 EXTRA FLOUR—* Grandmaster”

400 Bage PURE GROUND OILMEAL

Fxtra (Cleantd and Husked UREUR DHOLL,

BOYD & CO.

6 Broadway.

~AND—

242 BAGS



TELEPHONE 1,2,

s oe ee ee ee a SO Sm RS

‘

LARGE LUNENBURG CODFISH

a Aen

DAILY ONE PENNY.

ISKEOCH & CO.|
Carnival, 1910.






COLLEGE

Books.

A full assortment of Books
to be used during 1910] 7

Davidson*Todd

Cit ARCA D®H,:

J.-M, D’ANDRADE,

24 Sr, Vincent StrREzT,
Axsuranca and Get d Gongral 1 Commission

REAL Fstatr Broker
AUCTIONEER,

Special attention paid to Foreclosed
fortgagees,

OPPOSITE OENERAL POST OFFICE.

IOVFRNHEAT KOTGES

TRINIDAD 4yp 4xD TOBAGO.
‘om lof
B. ie Exceliesey Bir G.
7 Ruthvea Le vote, Kolees
CG mmansder of the Most Dis

Gorernor aod Commanderin-
biel in and over the @ Colony
of Trinidad acd Tobego and
its Dependencies, Vice-Admi-
isp ereen ® Oe Ky do.
GEORGE & Le HUNTE,

overno
A TROCLAMATION,

WHeneag by Bection 2 of the Cus

toms Ordinance, 1909, the Governor

ig empowered by Proclamation to prohibits

the impostaticn of goods or merchacdie of
any description whe whataoever

low, therefore, J, George Rathven Ly

Hovote, Governor ae aforesaid, do hereby

probitte the importatioa lato this Uolony

of the article known as “ Hough oa Rate, ¢
and ecy ¢jmilar preperation cooteinlog
arrenic,

Giveo under oe may Hand aad the
Seal Coloay at
Government House, {a the
Towa of Port-of Spala, la
the [alana of Triaided,
thie Foarth day of Jaga

is stots Co .
By His Exoo! is ey,

QUEEN'S ROYAL COLLEGE,

VILE fi ot tera of 19iC 1910. begibs on Monday
T January I7tb. The Frtocipal | will ba
at the College between Gam.,and Ilo.w.,
ou Baturday, Jasnary 15.b, acd Bloody,
January 17Ub, for the parpose of admitting
pew pupil,

BURSLUOM, M.A,
Prlactoal Queen's Royal College.

THE IMMIGRATION ORDINANCE,
Rate of Wages fo for Task Work,

Â¥ virtcs of the pow power Vested ia me by
Bection 3 of the Jol cation Urdias
ance, 1908 (No. 15—1908), J by firthe
sam of seventeen cents pei demas the ~~
value of free qaerters for on medical at
tendanoce on an immigrap
(iven is Execusive ‘soanol thie 2h
day of Decem
(8g¢) GLOKGE R, LHUNTE, ~
Governor,

Notico.
ab
TRAFFIO REGULATIONS
Ontunance No, 198 aud tov,

LIGHTING UP HOURa FOR VEMIOLE® AD
CYCLES FOR JANUARY, FESHUARY,
AND mance 1910,

AMY'S most be ke kepe ree atic va sik
vebicles while fo we oa

youde throughout the Coloay bet
following bouts t—
January dou Fra 6235 pm. S56 au
Fobraary +1 0,36 . R
March + we OW wn, 2 BW on

GQ. DO BWalNn, i

ub Coloael, *

Teepector Geveral of Coostabalary.
Coartabalary Head Qaarters,

Herel aalet och,

nea the

afi aaa ar ae. care.


THE fT

~ Wardwapre.

We specialise in Hardware. Our Planes and Saws we
import not merely because they are Planes and Saws
' but because they aro the BEST Planes and Saws to be
had for the money.

Wo Stock EVERYTHING ‘for

‘BUILDERS & CONTRACTORS,

'SHIPMASTERS, ETC., ETC.

We sell HARDWARE at PRICES which other Houses
cannot meet.

WE ARE [HEADQUARTERS FOR.THE

‘NEW AGRICULTURE

AND TO THIS WE DEVOTE GREAT *ATTENTION,
WE ARE SOLE PROPRIETORS {OFJ{PpROFESSOR

BARRETT’ Compound Rosin OilVA NISH

FOR COocoA TRESS.

We have the finest BLUE STONE in town, we stock DEMING
SPRAYERS, INSECTICIDES, KRESO, all kinds of AGRICULTURAL
TOOLS, including

AGOSTINI'S PERFECT COCOA PICKERS,

uAnd indeed everything used on an Estate.







i
5
r,
v-
-

4







“ORSPAIN GAZE SATURDAY JANUARY 13. 10ly.

MOTOR GARAGE



RTERS of tho Island ts not motely a de
“© This, the FIRST MUTOR HEADQUAL eee | Workshop in Abereroniby ag

b We havo a large and substantia
oid ercenthing necessary for the repaic or renewal of ANY PART of a ee of Engine
ee from the rhodelling of castings where repairs begin, to the endmelling and string
ig

ELECTRICAL AND FINE MACHINE Wi

OUR SPECIALITY. 7
We do what cannot be done anywhere clse in town, ‘Wm
Nickel and Silver Platiy



—

MOTORS & MOTOR CAR Wo

IS OUR PRINOIPAL LINE, AND IN THIS ,
WE HAVE NO COMPETITORS. 4 )

Cars kept’in order by the month fora nominal sum. All reps
of the best. We IMPORT Cars and Busses at all prices’ and g

satisfaction. Q
EFEOR, ECtXELVE:

MOTOR LAUNCH “JOY!

Viosi comfortable boat in the Guig
IN THROVUEBLE THLEPHONE .. .











ARNOTT. LAMBIE & COMPAN Y, |

MARINE SQUARE. _ a



~ a . - + : British Trade.
4 L } RETURNS renuieump Fou
e NOV EMIER,
- The Murtish Board “of, Trade returns
for November aie the best which have

' been desued for several inonths, During
October the productive activity of the



countly underwent a cherk, but the 4A, P, ALLINGHAM
r, Bas Life Ast Assurance Co, of Canada,
8 Abercromby Strest, Port-of-Spain

fuprovement on both sides of the ace Manage ‘
, count. imports show an increase of
£11 Lait rompared with November
ute fo eens hie Sue te the
counts for 41,021, C ue to the
extraordinary rise in the Trice of that Dear Bir,—I have to thaak yu for your cheque received fo-day In Cull pa
9 . American product, and manufactured | ment of my watared policy, first~for your promptitude which is very comune

able, the amouot being pid the same diy the pricy matared, although so many
handed red miles away from your Head Oillee, secondly

“an fovestmeot staad poiat, which you have given me.
$553.70 08 & $1,000, 20 sete bert {adowment Plicy is to my mind an exceptional

figures for last: month show a marked










pods ate Arete. for £3,$70,813,
port sid f aie in the

» jeatifeng inerease of 230,483 in the | fro
WHO E A E { vate of wholly or inainiy manuface
fod articles, the citet t ttem belong
2htiRth for yarns and textile fabrice. lie’
. n" athe cleven months of the year | P°
AT the ft tal othe exports was £344,590
yar mypyuied with cH aout in
Tins, vind 2 ROU) in 17, the last
boom your If the present epurt coi

Lowest. Prices. fen wal of Be Calin outs
BRUNSWICK GROCERY,





*
— BY —
——o-——
BebOockak.
CHIN ERS JAMS IN BOTTLES —
BS rawh ery, Greeagege Golng at
f prico: ss Kesptorry 20 cents
Redo Fh per Bottle
eta a caster lace eee EE cuw ra MARMALADE a Bottles =
te ¢ bottle,
» TABLE JELL tS- 1Uc, each,
ThE 2 CUSTARD POW DER—L2\, each,
These are, igh class cools, of Special
Pi oO Alsoulec!
1an Breeral in thei tive of BISCL ITS by PEEK
‘ WarechousE, artsy Hear- ae Favey Cakes, lool We,
/—o—— Tina Sires 0s pat ate ko conte.
xed — eyolilas ers, 4
NWEIWO GOODS Fit rain, Jaan Holl =30 ent
. Valea—~dWeents, Custose —W cents.
. FOR Uricel very love mr Tin

fitees Ot DOTTED, MEAT. we «Bb

Now Strings—bBet (uality. Double Length.

da Borriss

amount considering the low premiam I have piid, and [ have no doubt that if the
ad been a Fall Endowment, I should have realized much more, Aaa
Poot of my satisfaction J any agua taking a policy fa your Compasy.

Will you kindly conve
best wishes for the success o your Contnany ia Trioidad.

the 30 years this Company bas been doing basi cineas in Trinidad it bas
proven | pong aati the PREMIER PROFIT PAYING COMPANY,

NERVOUS PEOPLE; RUN DOWN PEOPLES

Thin Poople, Palo Pcoplo,

HOSE who have trie! many. remedies a aod vod think there fa nn core {a the world for
7T them, Try Dn, CONST.

ALEX. N.

Pat's Pharmacy, Belmont, and ab THB Fay FAVOURITE PHARMACY—opponite Wash
Ouse



GET YOUR

TOILET PAPER

To flat packages and rolls
A4t B wud 14 cents,

17 Be! st Greta Noad
elmont Cireals le
Deo, Wtb—, tealer



WELL SATISFIED, “i



7



2

Sr, Josrru, Trtxinap,
aed Janaary 1910,






WITH ~ 7
THE ENGLISH BAKERY’. 3

Re Pols tite.

Compliments ‘to their many custoners’™
tricnds, and best wishes for a hag
bright aud prosperous q

NEIV YEAR,

for the very good retarn
Th he profits of

the above appreciation to your Durestors, aod with

am,
* Yours faithfully,
(Rey) CHAS, B. RAGSIR.

N'S NERVE PILLS, Price 1,0 a

JOHN,

‘Wanted for Breeding Par Parposes

ELL BRED BUL L3 frora 12 to 26

3 Red-Poll or Holstein.

Cromed eee —Please apply to Saod
10 Charlotte dlroct,—Jany, S—)m,





SANCSCHAW” ,

The CARNIVAL SEASON, | /HS 4°50 GHEE Rg0) as © wna a Aoviltan! gh

NOL _— tongue, Turkey saad Tongue, Beale wy ori ura! b ws
SUATHOS. i CLARIONETES, Aviary Faas, Sitter tate, sirtoo| BAWlins's Drug Store 1909-1910, rT}
GUITAL, . & GOKNETS, Neste, BALMON aad , OVY-= —
eho 4 HORNS, All going af tc. perdu 49 PARK STREET. President iva Hxcellency The

Load . oe ’ —— oe ‘overtor.
BARON 2 VIOLIN’ CASES, SAUCISSONS D'ARLES, Violin * School. or BOTH FED On 4
TAMBOURINES ” MANUOLINE CASES: Freeh, at O00, per Ib, R. H, MESSIAH GUOPER tersives op JHE LOCAL SHOWS 5
VIOLINS < Lo, &e Cooper's & Koiller's Jams aod visite pupele for Lostructioa. vf pabanensanen will Jens, “MN wi (a
ioemeMolassine |

HEAR THE LATEST WALTZE!—Lorge Selection Awworted hinds oi guing 06 18 ceate pee
ab cont,

beettia— teing ate Blancs
2 Some Qe! on

M, W. GOODING,

igth Jeauary, 1910,





Y [Er STRONG,

‘ #1, FREDERICK STREET—VHONE 446.



ey
The Suro Cough Suro ata "rl be dove aay dia

Laing'a White Pine Cough By Price Liste
Hieasant and fica ® tous, Equelly os, hate a due course,
»| fae cblldcos 8 sad statin Jess try sbilicg
oottle for tLe eu
Talogy sure you ger

and Catalogues will be lasced

EUUAR
Beactary Agneagrel at

Meas
peers nT
Port-of-Sp
(FSTABLISHED rts)
Published DatLy. Mondays aad Pubte Holl.
Gaye excepted, ai the Ofice 25 St, Vincent
_. Street, Port of Spaia.
SF PRICE: OVE PEANY .
Advertisements of Dirths, Deaths, aad







eEE_—

wR

The Famous

\ mane per week ; 33 61
prepaid,
. Wants, &c 05 64 & each, tate
| | \
guaran faith, Rejected
scripts anon be returned, tected magn:
‘ Advertising Soate on Appilcation.
District Court—9 aim.
rns 8.8, Delia leaves for Barancas, San

Sole Agents: Sutectistion aye ver year,
to
Test Matches at the Oval.
Felix and Bolivar, Maile close at






cated
Tespora

~~

ie
Choq int nant ts th @ office ofthis peper in
A Pat ment of tills should be meade payab'e
to The Port-of Spain Gascite.
To ComnesponpesTs.
We do pot hold ourselves rexpoonuble for, por

ceed
columns, 4U letters must be accom:
panied Ly the real sgoature of the writer,
net ly for pubbcation, butasa






Payable inadva nce Postage entra
5 INER & CO
SCHOENER & CO,
8.8, Crotcn of Granada leaves for

Current Events, .
Ss ou TEL QUAY. Demerara. Mails close at 12 noon,

TO-DAY.



GEROLD & es
|



12 noon. .

San rises ‘ » 623 am.

hun sets : . 65pm

. | Moon seta 10 07 pan.
‘ .$kE PAGE 2 FOR: "

Britssh Trade ;— Relurvia






Published for November

3 --FOR -—
SEE PA EG FOR:

1 Immsrae Profits of the
Sues Canal, City Po'ice
Court,

fe om SEE PACE 7 FOR:



—AND— Tolnigo iwThe Rubocr In.
g x dustry ;—Louis @’ Or Ee-
BICYCLE SUNDRIES, | |___ it
ITEMS OF NEWS.





The sale of plants which was adver
tized to_take place yesterday at Mr
Geo, A. Ghent's Auction Mart, No. 17
Broadway, did not come off, bat Me
Ghont will be glad to receive orders
forone hundred rare roses, together
with tube roses, and asparagus,

” Thess. Alleghany” which arrived
from Montevideo on Friday. sailed
yeaterday for Boston and New York
via Cuba with Lg ba Trinidad
cocoa, 20) bags Venezuelan cocoa, 6
bales balata and 40) tons bunker coal.

Tyres, Lamps;
BOWDEN BRAKES, PUMYS,

4 _
Ct
& ey Bells and
"|
me {
i KR After a soyage of fourteen days
from Matanbain, Hrazil, the Norwe>
«ian barque “Hertha”, 465 tons, Cap
tain Steen, arrived in the harbour
esterday in ballast consigned to Mr.
uhan Itust. She came hire to load a
fall cargo of asphalt forthe fnited
States,

Cur, &c.Kc.

é oy





2 [TORE ew
fe
mo

We understand that officers froin
the French cruiser "Duguay Trovin”
will go on a visit to the Pitch Lake
today. They sill leave Port of-Spaln
by the first train fur San Fernando
whence they will be taken to their
destination by the s.a, *‘Naparima”,

You can get all kinds of rfobona at
Mallard's for trimming Masquerade
gulls from 1 cent per yatd and up-
wards,













OUR

CARNIVAL GOODS

WANT YOU TO
ARE HERG & WE CALL AND INSPEOT-THEM

OPER OR OER AEOTALE

The runiour of the failure in Landon,
of a large firm with hninense interests
inthe West Indies, ie In circulation
about the city We have po doubt
that if the news is correct, particulars
with respect thereto will be gleaned
later on, through tha mediuin of the
public telegrams,

heason Tickets for the forthcoming
Inter-Colonia} Cricket TolPnament
¢an be obtained, from to-day, on ap
plication at the Warden's Ufice, Trea>
sury Jsuilding,

a OE

oS ew

Ival will be carly thes year and as usual we
are received a jarpe aud Fino Adsortmont of
Carnival Goods—cortainly the , largest and finest
lot evor imported in tho Island.

MAS KS— a.

A LARGE LOT, EVERY IMAGINABLE SUBJEUT,
From 4c, to $144 ench,

WIGSsS—

A VEY VARIED LOT—From 12c. cach,

Costumes ! Costumes?! Costumes 11!
Serpentines & Confetti

asa,

In the statement of receipts and ex-
[enditure appearing in yesterday »
issue jn connection with the Com-
tnander Coornte Xruas Toy Fund’ a
compnsitor’s error made it appear
that the sum of $10 was expended on
“Hottles of Sweets", whereas only
$1252 waa epent in the purchase of
that particular Item,

Thos. Crown of Granada” of tha
Glasgow Direct Line will arrive here
from Darbadvs at Y am. today and
will leave in theevening for Demerara
taking cargo, passongersand malla She
will Joad X10) tons sugar at Demerara
fur the Canadian Maket and fe ex-
Reeted to retury ih time to take uF the

‘rinkdad Line salling for New York
Jeaving here on Wednesday 23th Inst.,
io place of the eg, * Maracas”,







Klephens Ltd, ‘The Stores’ have
Net rocelved a large sbipuent of
Jsrain Bulla, Plain and Frosted, from

72 cents tot centa each. The Frosted
Dull are apecially suited for private
residences and reading rooms, as
they givea sery soft and clear light.

ao. aoa.

CALL & SEE FOR YOURSELF,

Members of the Hume Industries As
soclatlon aig earnestly requested to
nod inasmuch work de ible before
the end of January. veral Tuurlst
ships are expected aud after the Christ-
tae wales, the H. 1. A. htock be very
low fadeed. Madeira erabrukteries of
all kiuds but sepectally blouses are
Mental | aleo drawe thread work,
cruchet lace aad curios,

Laweat Drives.

laweal Prien
olaeet Token

Badiess Variety,

Binds Verity, §
Qaes Vert,

PPL APC eta ef

-———

We have coceived frum the Colonial












PORT OF SPAIN GAZETTE. SATURDAY JAN




le ‘(
ei Gazelle. Pected Woilem lt" early on}Monday

ooroing
the W
Square,
arcive nett da
** Oruro” and wi
House Motel,

Marriages, acknowledgments and] Ata 8
Gectaimera (which roast be amthent> Friendly Sociéty held on 12th January
ide sqastcre of some ithe followin

person) willbe charged | bearers for the

, | deo
puce: FAV II

beer be | 2 ty

per month pet loc --Asst. Secretary Patrick Vincent -
Treasurers James Rigsby and Alex-
aoder Bernant-

—Marshal | Jaines
monds, A, ad FB.
ScottaMembers of Committee of M a,
agenent,

rida:
do we necessanly endorse the opinions Viorboue Master,
our Correspondents in our the Harbour Constabulary
en

side the RM.B, “ Magdale!

dant pleaded not gu
























called it Pourriture bruoe *
Copleupuraty reports that the Frencl
blew caiiit Pour iture pote.’ The il,
tbey say, seems todwcr pte guntic, but
ae allack

Becwtary « Office, the draft copy of an f 0 ¢xaninstion of the
noe to provide for the raleiog of | here Was found an opeuiug, made Oy year pod he was certain he was the
9 | ee ete edthortty for the'pa: | pede tcouecact wi ecems, TH TG Richie ts tage
¥ autha » for re Das rk yiwy. ueai . o aet re
orenenris and carryiey out Fat aad grind {tale ne ia they ni ee eek hin ua thing would
PEDRO PRADA LTD P froveues It ls proposed that the foan | (Hint auenjert te seat nae ioe [atincted inane way of yt Pree on 716 Cand] Power—72 eents
= | [sell be a charye upon the general ye. f Port ou the diese itewif aud Lo apply tg fbent ' : c Ower—ss Fc
venue of the Borough, and shail im ie | What uuuediate teuiedies il was farid tag ether Weng wee aL this By & 30 84 cents
payalle hy thity-Ave annual instal. | besibie Lo give, nha wberued tat kek Ute and - 9 99 199 7 Nt cel
bn ule of #150. 4) Tbet the ees be thiuued vite (AEE) allowed bat ia gay

~

4

VARY 15 1910

JOHN HOADLEY

Tailors and Outfitters ff

PP EIT MFM IMENT MEDIAN

FULLY STOCKED

. WITH MEN'S

Read y-to- Weare

Clothing, j

BEST ENGLISIE MAKE, |

Strong & Woll Sown.,







\
ae
we

af

y prun miting down, or alber
na to one by reanita oe ene tihat much mora
light and air Te allowed around tbe
ted at, trunks and the md, the damp
Laces referred to above needing spec+

jos,

“to That baale slag, which has done

work in Jamafea to xemove acid:

ty in the adil from dampness, be ap-

ied. The lime that te contain’ oa
neficial effect on the sol \<

other constituents help to nourish the

(i) That the trees then be supplied
wil hoephatle and nitrogenous mao-
urea hh order to make then niore vlgor-
ons and healthy, and so able, not only
to withstand the diséase, but to con-
tinue.ta pat forth the very heavy crops
that are annually taken from them In
Nan Thome prithout the equivalent
Leing rep! n the soil,
toth Tainie and jruriave oe arotash
ve tsefulin suc 5
vee foriner hee, valuable insecticide
i aod fungicide properties and ele
x , j teracts ver: neficla no
Sure Nestae in Fb saan cacao but on moet Tropical crops. The
charged] lack either of potash or nitrogen 1)
ne along. | the soil would easily explain the low
deh ey Stasthone karate te
in had j trees fn San Theme or an: ,
Pea a tte ai bi ten From our knowledge of San Thome
Ay but thecharge | (acao-lands, the eoil has plenty of iroa
wae proved agalost him and on con: | but is fory, poor tn lime and phosp' “A
viction a fine of £1 was iuiposed with He acid. Locos rout a sour friends
aeaernatire of 14 days imprison: periinents on the estates with super:

»hosphates inconjunction with nitrates
We have to acknowledge with Inonter to ace what effect it, will have
thanks, the receipt of a treatise on jou the trees.



The Demerara oriches
here b: Dutch steamer



end will be accomm:
ite House Hotel on Marine
The Larbedos Team will
—I8th—by thers,
be housed ,at the Ice




















ae
pecial Meeting of the’Buccers




were elected office
ensuing half year,
re Dupoan-Lresident 5 Saniuel
ane = Vice-President 3 Marchison
igsby—Secretary ; Robert Armeaud







stecs j Jobn Regie
rotinan, J. Sure:
Douglas, A. Joxeph dnd












Atthe Ifarbour Master's Court

alley with havio











It Is believed that sing
. vitch-B di % â„¢ 1] such treatment wi mas neficial
by Dro Von. Male Dect ‘and in ita results, and belp to counteract
‘A. Wi ,Dronts Assistant Agronona, of the disease,
the tiinent 0: cultore jn SS
Surinam, ‘The work fs Translated by|The Cannon-Dias Racing Syndl-
and contains origi- cate.

nal illustrations published Ly t ¢ oe
Ped} § FORMIDABLE STRING OF
HORSES.

TEE DON,

Mrarine Square 4 OCOhacom ft.















courteey of the Netherlands Bo
Soclety=the whole being repfinted
from the Proceedings of the Agricul-
tural Society of Trinidad and ‘Tobago,
for December 100,

The London Direct Line steamer
Sargasso left last night for Landon | the
via Grenada, St Vencent, Barbados ¢ Besides havin, Medd
and st Luda with 100 tons Trinidad (cess, Ena, Thelma, and the wer
epured Lake asphalt, 500 tons Trini- | Widow, the Syndicate recently tm
dad raw Lake asphalt, 478 bags Til- ported an American eolt Trois Temps
nidad molasses sugar’ 600 bundles }and the Ln lish Stwo-y ea-old chest-
salted hides, 35t bags cocoa, { cayeaand {nut filly Celtic Laws by Fou farshire,
Zeaska old metal, 6 qaske Jime juices 2 anid a ordered a four year-o!
pa oil fe ol is ‘g | fro . .
cae eae Gleagos: ae ee ee bees | Stark Steddier and Princess Tina
men for Ainsterdam, 16 logs cedar for | Were both under a cloud at the last
Bremen, GU bags cocoa, 30 bundles} meeting of the D'urban Race Club
saltad hides jfor Havre, 222 bags copra [owing to illness, wo that these two

animals may yet score many victories.
Crease and 6 deck passengers The string ought to proveavery for

te MM Azevedo, the well-Lnoi
W ‘o learn o erfous} Mr. 1. M."Azevedo, the well-Lnown
accent nineh befell Mie Alene lone trainer, will hay e eytire ee, ot the
Ing, acting Manager of [st Augustin] stablea, wlulean English j&key bh
Eatate, on |hupeday last, white he was been engaged with Campbell or Drup-
at tent pegging exercise on the estate | ner.

savannah, It appears that Mr. Plea.
jug came in contact with @ tree, and
was thrown sery heavily to the
ground, receiving injuries which ne-
cessitated his beng taken tothe Uo-
lontal Hovpital where he now lies ina

The Cannon-Dias syndicate ia fated
to loon largein West Indian racing
circles duuingthe coming year says
Daily Chronicle of Detnerara,

Mark Meddler, Prin-
Merry




























Carnival « Conte

MARINE SQUARE. §















f\We set the Prices for Carnival Goa









BKAID—Gold € Silver,
from Ie, per yard,

COHD—Gold and Silver—

Wounding at Woodbrook.
CASE ADJOURNED FOR A
WELK

HALY MOOINS—G.
- Silver—from 360, pa

BELLS--Gold and §





























eritical condition. The sud occursence ~ oe
will be generally regretted, as Mr ACCUSED ON £25 BAIL, from 2c, per yard. from 4e, p
eee wd ‘duals OX ne ee Yesterday tthe Gity Pohce Court , A
esteemed individual, On inquir: t esterday at the ohiee Cour , TAR —Cold hap, 3
evening at the Hospital, we re that | Constable Murray charged Wilham FRINGE—Cold. & Silver. SPANGLES—Gold &
he has sotuewhat recovered conscious-[Okon with beating — Mahakarsing ’ from 6¢, per yrrd. + —from
vness Une of his collarbones 1s Jat Gallus Street, Woodbrook, on the - a
broken and bis eyes ate badly bruised, }{Uh instant, ] BEADED STARS—Geld and | TINSEL} BALLS—&
nm very fevere! 1 ns pe 44) red a the , .
about his hands aleo showing: abra- Police and Mr, Kaan | fur the dle 7 Silver—l&e, dey, Colours ~204,
. . endant whew he instructed uu . iS
“eo --- plead, > ANCHORS—Gold. & Silver | GIMP--Sssort d Co



steamer “Quamo”{ Der. Robinson gare evideuce

=fro
moinlog from] having examined the wounded from be doz

The Canadian

artived = yesterday lee a)














Demerara with cargo in transit and | who was sullering with a confused . . q +
Il deckers. She lete the bane after wound I} inches Yong above the left A TASSELS—Gold and Silver | SWANSLOWN— be
noon for Canada sia the Nurthetu [eye two contuced wounds on the ' —f om 48e. coz Assertod §







scalp, and a contused wound on either

forearm. Fon the nature of the
nidad eécoa, 4 casks vlout, cases | wounds a stick nay have been
vermouth, 4 crates onlous, 2 bariels | used.
oranges, 2 horses and the futlowiog | Mr. Lazare hero asked for an ad-
paseengersi~For Harbidos—Mr, J, | Journwent as the defendant had only
A. Marvon, Miss A. James, Nr. P. 1, en atrested on Thursda He
Wilson, Mr and Mrs It. Stillman and 2 | thought sufficient evidence had been
children and Miss Baro, For dt Vin- | taken to justify a remand.
cent--Miss It. Saldenba, Mr. and Mrs, | ‘The Magistrate said he preferred to
Ht, Silliman and 2 children. For pt, | hear the wounded man’s evidence
Lucla~Ate ang Mrv Louisa Devenish, ser- | firat and Mr. Lazare could rescrve his
vant and child aud Mr. Donald Camp- } right to cross examine.
bell, For Montecziat- Miss nog, c. Lazare aaid one could not
For Halifax Mr. Joba Greemudge, | alwaysheen fresh in one's memory
Miss Mary Fernandez and 2 deckers, | all the facts on which to crone-examing
— - and i¢ would be better if it could te
At about 19 o'clock yesterday motn-

dove at the sama_ time the evidence
ing whilst @ lighterman attached to! was glyen. Thedefendaot bad been
Mr. J,8. Hamiyos fleet, was along | arrested within forty eight hours and
with otlfers engaged in unluading by | under the ordinance was entitled to
means of & Clave on the stramers | an adjournment,

warebouse jetty, acasy containing Mr.{ The Magistrates

Jalandsaith 10 puncheons molasses,
Ww bass Venezuelan and 1U tags ‘Tu





CLOWN SUITS—from $i

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Tee

CENTRE STOR

T

6 cents yard—Specially o














































1 ZEPHYRS—From

I have over.
























B. H, Stepheos' recently imported | tuled. for Banda

motor car, he got beneath the case} Mr. Lazare askesl that a note of hie PRINTS di. iful Jaw
for the purpose uf adjusting the rope. | application be taken and the Mlagi- S—Hrom 6 cents yard —Beautiful Js
when without warning, the bake of | tiate dire ted it to be done, Patterng :
the crane slipped, aud the cae with} Mahakatsipg was eworn and said SATEE ’ *

ite contents weighing abuut two tons] he was employed at the Standard ENS—From 6 cents yard—Roal °C
came down upon hin, LVotauately | Hotel. He left there at half past six Patterns, 4

the entire weight was brukea bya inthe evening forthe house of one
block of wood, or the wan would Xe Mur Coglie at Woodbrouk aud while
been crushed to death. As it waa, be} ou the may one Cowlasea stopped
gob squcesed about the chest, Dr,fhimand be went into her yard,
Dicksou who happened to beiu the When hecameout in the road’ de. b
vioinity a@tiended the oulferer, who} fendant came vutof sume bushes
way despatched to the Colonia{}and struck hima blow with a stlek
Hospital, which felled hiu. Defendant’ contin.

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More Trouble In San Thome,

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tnjury to the second toe ‘of the right
foot,
It was very dan

he hat folshed the tipeof hie Angers
were black and biue, and bis arme
were awollen to twice thelr usual
size,

Dorando Pietri, the noted Italian
Marathon race runner, who waa beaten
recently ina full Marathon race by
Ganiiner, of Lewlsbam, at the Albert
Hall, left London on December 231d for
New York, whence he onte Ban
Franelsco, where he will meet J, Hayes,
hia old opponent, who was decla:
winner of the Olympic Marathon of
3008 dwingto Durando’s dlaqualificas
tion, on January 16th. From that
ineeting ho will return to Engiand to
meet Gardiner in the return contest
that has been arranged, The place of
meeting will be the Rtansfor Inldge
grounds, on a date to be fixed proba
ty in March, Dorando was a victim to
misfortune in being defeated by Gar
diner, a pair of new runoing shoes

veing the cause, hie feet being so
Dlistered that, though he struggled
pluckily up to the 25th mile, be could
uot finish the race.

Teto wear badly iitin pois te
people to wear ttin en
Praly when a person had what were
known aa hammer toes, asthe deceased
hat, The jury returned a verdict of
accidental death,

The two prine|pals In what will
probably prove the greatest boxing
match ln the would—the forthcoming
JohneonJefiries contest - were seen at
sparring work in the sane ting, at
Madison Square, New Yoth, recently.
Everyone was anxious to see how the
big fellowa would shape up when ready
for action In the. ring and, judging
from the applause accorded the
fighters in their reapective turns, the
fight Cane were well natisfled,

After some acrebata that were of
minor. interest ta the crowd had
opened the evening's entertainment,
Jack Johnson made his appearance and
waa accorded a hearty reception. Jack
aparred several ininutes with Prof. Joe
Murray, Monte Cutler and Jack
Hetnen. The big fellow looked to bo
in a good condition and handled hin-
self in clever style,

He showed up particularly well
against his partners, and made them
look like novices in the art of boxing,



The question of the Jegitimac of
the one-back ganie at Association foot-
ball hae been brought into consider:
ation by the action of the referge in
the recent sensational match between
Liverpool and Neweastle United at
Anfield, England. In this game, it
will be remembered, Liverpool alned
a remarkable victory by goale to 5,
after being led by B foal 3 to 2 at half-
thue, While the Liserpoot forwards
were keeping “p a persistent attack
In the second hall, McCracken, one of
the Newcastle backs, repeatedly ad.
opted the thne-honoured tactics of
movement forward sone to put them
offside, and eo Incurredthe displeasure
of Mr Ae We M'Que, who was fn
charge of the Match. It waa stated
that the refereé even went so far aato
watn McCracken to desist from his
“offside game.”

Jeffiies' appearance was thesignal
for thunderoua applause. Attired in
dark blue tights, be looked fit to fight
whenever talled upon, He waa follow-
ed by his epariing partner, Sam Berger
Hia fist e«tunt, skipping
showed Jeff.remartkably lig
feet fora man of his wela
boxing showed that the bi
lost Little of his old-time ehiftiness.
Then came three rounds with Berger.
The crowd followed es ey
champion, and when he dy

echo,
One of the strangest deaths on record
ia that of a footballer of Southwark
England, Laurence Sinith. aged
tyenty, an assutant motorman Inthe
service of the City and Suuth London
atlway, Company, who played in a
ame of footbalf with y-ttting
Foote, began to Timp during the pause,
then a couple of days afterwards
hecamre #o bad that he waa adiitted
to Guy’s Hospital, London, where he
was fond ta be snifering from the
effects of blood-poltontcy. aud be
expired on the day after his admlasion
to hospital. The doctor, who made
the post mortem examination, stated
at the coroner's inquiry that death wae
due ta blood-polsoning, set up by |

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After the bout, as Jeff left the
ting, he was surrounded by hundreds

Immense profits of the Suez

In view of the great progress being
nade in the construction of thePanama

that it fe likely to cost before it fs
ready for business,there has been mure
or less ¢peculation aa to whether or
not the enterprise! will pay as an in-
veatment. It will take large earnings
to pay Interest on the big investment

p27, the
About the only









other
sort,
an

he only canal that can

nays the New Orleans “ Picayune,”
sion
cession to 208. ‘lhe original

the
nothing inthe way of profit ore?

resolutely.

guide as tothe comparative Invest- . owen
ment value of cavalsis thehistory of [SINGLE REMEDY | Fol ALL

eat waterways. of a iniilar

pe ban
way Sompared with that being
built at Panama fe that. which cuts
threegh the Isthmus of Suez, and
affords a route between the iveatern
world and the Orient, saving the long
voyage around the eape of Good Hope, Boston,

very profita ule has the Suez Canal
proved as an Investinent tbat? the | to give tothe world the
owners of [ta stock have secured from | all doctors have sought since ¢
the Vagptian Government and exten-

ofthe franchise for forty years,
which will carry the Hfe of the con-
con-
cession waa for ninety-nine years, but { of the Harvant Faculty
Egyptian Government received} neither of whom has passed his thirty-

participation in the profita, It was
provided, however, that_at the ex-
piration of the fianchise the Canal
andall its apurtenances were to re
vert to the Egyptian Government | thiscity have for the past year been

How saluable the canal company | from the fighting white corpuscle
now holds the franchise is shown by

\

THE PONT-OF-SPAIN GAZETTE, SATURDAY SANU

Lovet Osemebite Verald Mmajl
charant Mrs, Lavinand Hybert we ‘
with’ eatin pin at George Street.
Mr. OF HLL At appeared fui
lendant., Co:mplainaote case wae that
be sent hi¢ servant a cootieman to &
certaln house where benidg the second
defendant they were four other per
sons and they all beat the coolié man
Ach was lald against them but on
a certain sum being paid to the coolle
man the niatter was settled qut of
court, From that time Narcia had
threatened to beat hiro (compt) be-
cause defendant sald he had given
their names to the lise. ny tbe Slet
of last month Narcle e ia part
of Oomplainant’s house were a gmat!
shop was kept, abd threatened to beat
him sinthls he was joined by Mrs.
Albin, Defendant made a grab at
im but did not hold hin, A constable
came upand prevented further dis-
turbance, Wilt consent of the Solici-
tor for the defence the Magistrate
without going into more evidence
hound over the complainant and Nar-
cla to keep the peace for siz months in
£10 bond. Mra. Lubin waa discha'
Six Monrua [aprisonnert ~The
aourned case of Major A. 8. Bowen
against Mary Cooper for stealing
skipping rope ond alinensheet was
reaumed, Mr. J, A. Homeo appea
for theUlefondant, After hearing the
evidence of both sides the Nagistrate
sentenced defendant to six months’
imprisonment.” The Court rose at a
quarter past three.

CURE-ALL NEAR,




DREADED DISEASES,

VERGE OF GREAT DISCOVERY,
REMARKABLE CLAIM OF TWO AMERI-
CAN DUCTORS,

Dec. 12—Medical experi-
ments and discoveriza, which, when
more thoroughly developed, promise
thing which
he days
of Esculapius—a universal panacea for
all infectious diseases—have been re-
cently imade public YY.

scientista and doctors,
















two young
th members
of Medicine,











fifth year.

Following on the footsteps of the
celebrated Metchuikoff of Patis, and
Dr. Hiss of New York, Drs. Cleave-
Jahd Floyd ‘and Wilhan: P. Lucas of










experimenting with an extract made



which inevery human being combats

the {minense sums that the company | disease and impurities {a the system.




By the new compact the E






Government is to receive a cash bonud | disease, are stron
in four | that they are on
annual instalments and in 1021, it] discovery.

of tsventy million dollars





will share in the profits ona risin

scale, beginning a

attalning twelve per cent b
pas

After t



Thus if the funds avaiable for

million” dollars,





than twenty
company will

tional years of golden opportunity

When De Leasseps conceived the idea

of constructing the canal he

has agreect to pay to Egypt for the
extension which has been granted. i
ptian | discovered a sovereign remedy for all




four per cent ‘and
1008, J white corpuscles *known
t and nntil the end of the ¢ cytes,
concession, the Gdvernment isto get | covered by Metchnikotf Metchotholt
half the profite with the sols restrie-
tion thatthe compeny’s share shall
not be lexa than ten snilhon dollars.
die | obverved that any dangerous foreign
tubution should inany year be lowe
the
appropriate ten million [| them, and concentratin
dollars and the government will get | at the fountain head o
the reét, which fs a liberal, but not
an excessive, return forfotty addi




Hoth physicians, although they deny
with emphasis that Whey have actual)










gly of the opinion
the eve of a great
flow of every man,”
Luca: “thers exist
as leuco-
whose functions were dis-



“In the

says) Dr.







gaso there leucocy tes the name of ‘the
cavalry of the blood,’ and from bis
many experiences with these we hare





matter appearing In the blood wach as
dimase germ, acta as a danger call to
their forces
the disease,
they repel the attack on the body.”
METCHNIKOFF'S DISCUVERY.

Metchnikotf discovered that the
leucocytes surrounded the discase
















had | germs with their eulstance and des-

trouble raising the money, and most of | troyed them by a process of digestion

it from French Capitalists,



block of founder's stock,

nich merriment to








half, million dollars,” These

pay.
CITY “POLICE COURT,

Friday,

distat bin,

nolae,

Se. or seven days imprivonment,
dhe was further c

Frederick with baving

about 0.40
wv at

using obscene language.

Oo
not paying the loa,
Tuert—

from Mr, McLeana‘a store at Frederick

lace Lelonging to Wilean'’s
withdrawn,

AnLecen Lorreaive -Win, Dark
who bad been remanded on a charge
of loitering at Tragarete Hoad was
called up, fle called two witnesses
one of whom saidhe knew hin at
Demerara where he wotked as a
fabourer, Defendant was staying
with bhu four or five month slnoe
but he was unable to work oning to a
lame foot, He went about the [n-
diane whom he knew and wtote letters
in Buxlwh for them. ‘Ihe Magistrate
oald he world like defendant to be ex:
awined] by a doctor in order ta know
whather he wasable to work or not
before he deemed bint idle, and re.
manded hin) in custody for auother

Fiautina.—Lance Corporal I} arm
weil charged Kugene rhand with
fighting. [t was shown that defendant
bad iwen fightlug with another man
Bamed Burkett who bas since been
gonricted, defendant baving wilseed It
by running away wheu Harowell went
x He was taken up by a warrant.

4 Eitice reourd showed a long and
va let of previous offences against
defendant who was sentenced to
thisty daye’ jnpetecument,

waa

The
Khedive of Larne received : jaree leucocytes are Victorious in their bat-
which ho

body thought would ever be worth (attacked person recovers, if not, the
anything, and the company’s dividends
werelinited ta twenty-five per cent
per annum, 8 Limitation which caused
those who
that the enterprise would | proper way for man to attain

believed
be frofitieas, The canal, however,
‘pald from the start, and the

company has been compelled several
tines to reduce the tolls to avoid ex-
ceeding the twenty-five per cent divi-
dendi In 1873 the British Goverp-
ment purchased the Khedive's hold.
fogs for twenty nultion dollars,
and that rane stock is now yielding | exlsts in every one, an extra number
an annual jacome of five ‘and a] could be injected into man ata time
facts{ when be needed more troopa,
show that acanal can be made tu] fight between the leucocytes and the

Before Mr. Blackacood Wright LL.D,

Makiva 4 Nows—Eldeca Padniore
was charged by constable Mahon with
the peace by inakinga great
bhe was convicted and Hned

ares by Sergt
havedin ap
Indecent manner at the Police Station.
The evidenceshosed that defendant
was brought In for theabove offenca
pe and from the tliie she
n the celia she kept yelling
ti about 1.3) next morning ; varying
that petformance yery frequently by
bhe had
pleaded “ gulty “and was sentenced

four days, to run concurrently with
the fest seven in the event of her

he = pestponeadl charge
against Bagwantea fur stealing a eet

Btreet was resumed and concluded
with the tewult that defendant was
rleon for theeg weeks. The
olber ¢ ange for stealing a pince ef



known as phagocytosls, { the









tle against the disease germs, the




person dies,
“Metchniko® will be recalled to
tind as thesclentiot why recently an-
nounced that he believes that the
eat
sgeisto take into his system large
uantities af lactic ferment, which he
declares abounds in seeurkraut and
sour milk.
“From the experience of Dr. Hiss of
New York and others it was apparent
\to us that in addition to the ordina
Mmonnt of fighting corpuacles whic


























The




disease would be more than ever in
favour of the leucocytes. In other
words, the mao would have a much
better chance of recovery. To obtain
these extra fighting corpuscles we
made a leucocytic extract.
“ Knowing that the leucocytes not
only in man but tn animals’ as well
rush jinmediately to an infected or
irritated part of the budy, we injected
an frritant Into the lungs of a rabbit,
Imnediately all the leucocytes rughed
to the lungs to repel the lovaders,
We gave them twenty-four hours to
get then in full force and then killed
the rabbits, opened its thorax and re+
inuved the exudate containing the
leucocytes, The leucocytes were then
separated from all foreign substances,
nezt with distilled water, and broken
up by beating them with aplatioun
ivire.
“The finished extract contained
20,000,000 leucocytes to each len cublo
centimetres, dScarcely uiure than a
tablespoonful, This ie dhe voluune given
ee ove dose Loanadult, The quantity
of leuvocytic extracts which we obtain
from each tabbit fs comparatively
suall of course, and the rabbit must
be killed fp every case, Our chief work
with the fluid “bas been with pneu.
monia, “And from results we beliove
that by the weet this extract the pre-
wortals: POTD PNeU Ie
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CLOWN HATS from 6 cents to $
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GOLD AND SILVER FANCY BRAID from 2c. to 242. yard

GULD & SILVER PLAIN BRAID from ¢ cents to to 20c. dozen

Gold Fringe from 4c. to $100 per yd.
Silver Fringe. from 4c. to 72c per yd,
GOLD & SILVER BELLS from 36, to 10c.

CLOWN MASKS from 6 cents to 21.20 eac
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named (he * Melpomens,”
PUBLIC bCHOOLS LEAGUN,
The Conference of Headinastera of
public achools hag adopted a resolution
approving of the cotabliabment of the
Publis Schools League for Impertal
Jand setUement av offering carvers tu
oiths in the oversea Dominions
lord Roberts writeaa letter curdially
approving and declaring that gasod
cayeets ate possible If it be remeus
tered that Canadians will not tolerate
NAVAL DEMATE. IN CANADIAN
é 4 ae
. PARLIAMENT,
« The “Tiare” isenrphathe trite ap:
proval of thes javaldebate in the Cana-
dian Parliament, giviug tt ways Ku-
ghebinen at home, the deepest satie
faction, aud declares the sjweches of
Sir Wilfred Laurier, and Mr, Horden
willdipel the craven fear inspirin
redietions that the Deminlons ould
Need If the (rial catue, The “Pall
Mall Gazette" does not agree with
Mr. Borden, .
RHOW DESTROYED BY FIRE.
Sat ft erty“
at r has n ilestro fire
damages estivated at ne hundred

1 ad pounds, no loss of Ife,

Na TEP BBS INDIAN BEDITION
The repressive tneasares hitherto

effective tn sane pros ince only, pave

boon ex thivughoutLudis, ow in

to the continued tevelations of vedke

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ROYAL ACADEMICIAN ELECTION ; dy. Itie stated American trade is Spain crews hus been generally admit

Me Stanhope Forbes has been elected
Royal Academictan,
CHAMBERLAIN WRITES,
Mr Chambertain has issued an ad-
dress to the electors of every consti
luency stating-that Bugland ts tetro-
grading compared with other coun.
tries through persistence in free trade,
and the oppottaumty presented now
will not recur, ax in War so in politica
the victories won by enthisiasn are
lost by timidity. A inistake in Impe-
tial policy will be irrettlevable and the
Eenqnre will be endangered If the over
aca Domimens diift away through the
Mothei land's neglect of Sher responsie
nbdes and then Unglind wit become
a fifth rate nation extatingonly by the
sulferance ofthe wold = * We will not
have it by commercial union, we cgn
pave theway for cominervial federation
enabling us to prolong forall time the
Glos fous (radilions of the Brttich race
Never has our demotracy bern unpa
triothe and [know the fiution of our
hopes is certun.
CHAMBERLAIN AND CHATHAM
COMPARED,

Tho Unionista compare the above
with Chathants last) epcech and re-
gardsit as Me Chamberlain's flnest
product ion, its effect being heightened

yithe pathetu conditions under
which it was produces,

OTHER NOTABLES,

Neither Mi Asquith nQ Mr Balfour
coummands et altention, apd gome
think that Mr floyd George haa the
Jured hiv own cate by thé inmoder-
ation and coameness indispensable {n
any Iadical Miuister being the hero of
&@ progressive democracy,

ASQUINILON BALFOUIR

Mr Asquith, speaking at Bradford
contended that Me Uualfour’s deliver-
ance upon fiscal reforms wae [ncompre-
hensible unless it contemplates dearer

food,
OCONNOR ON AMERICAN
RLTALCATION,

Me O Connor at. Blackburn said that

if England ghould tax Ameriegn coun
the United States would tax exportw of
cotton aud England must prepare for
such zetalation (f ehetaxed American
foodstutte. In Atmetica a dozen mil-
fonatres held ninety suilllons by the
throat. He spoke thus became he
loved the Ametian milhons more
than the truste created under their
vyelens,

APATHY OF TUR TRISIL

Anovel featur ofthe caupalgu is
the comparative apathy of the Tish
members and throughout Jreland,

FOUR ELECTIONS,
Birmlogham, Oxtord and Durhata will
elect to-vlay four Uniohists unopprwed,
Mer.Joveph Chamberlalu, Lord Robert
Ceol, 8b Willfan Anson and Me Hills.
The Unionist Whip clalmsa galn of
twenty seats In Saturday's poling,
FLYING IN AMERICA.
New York, Jan. With.

AL Tam Angeles yesterday, M, Paul-
ham flew with two passengers,

IMTACA CONCESSION NOT RE

COGNISED,

The Venezuelan Government has
nolitied the Pan Anierican Ore Come
pany. it will not vecoguize the Imtaca
Conc easdon,

SIEAMER “CZARINA WEECKED

A telegram from Marbiield, Ove-
gan. repurtsthe wreck of the steainer
*Crarina.” on Coos ay bar. thirty:
mae being lost and only one survivor,
PRESS COMMENTS (ON FRENCH

NAVAL PHOGRAMME.
Ottawa, Jany. Mih.

The + Journal ° atye the naval pro-
pisiuine of the Glovetuiment Je inade-
quate aad nuwothy, and other Con-
wervative ante expresa shuilar
views, but the Liberal journal support
it steongly : (hat isparty lines are
well maintained

LALCRIERTO INVESTIGATE,

bir Wilérid Laurie: lias recessed &
delegatiat twgarding the iacrease of
Chean freight rates, whieh it ts alleged
wall aipau Brite preference by wak-
ing costa wo lugh that pun base of
American goods are stimulated alrea-



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Laing'’s Wurte Cytboha Tooth Powder
tifictivety cleanser, whiterne aod preserves
tha teotb, removes of) tartar aod keops the
gems firmand bealtby, Ic does pot soil
the brush tdceus ger tia from °° The
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increasing and British trade declining,
The West bound freight conference is

on Canadhn fteighta Is not Imposed
upon goods Bping west through Unit-
el State hence the discrimina.-

| amonopaly and its porterage charge

a porta,
tion against Canada Sie Wilfrid
Tauner promixod to investigate, but
action, he sald, was difficult.as the
contracts were made ia England.

SPLCULATIONS ON) WAR
Washington, Jany, lth.

Sur Wilfiid Laurie's statement that
war with England would signify war
with Canada is here supplemented by
some wilh a etatement that an invat
ston of Canada would signity war with

the United btatea, .
NEWDOUNDLAND PRADE DELE.
GATE,

St Jobna, NI. Jany, Mth,

Mr Cashil, the Minister of {Minance,
has sailed to represent the hupoitance
efihea Newfoundland Fisheries before
the Royal Cotmnifssion pou recipro-
elty between Canada andthe West

Indwa, .

The Intercolonial Rowing Contest

{T The Eiliterof The Part-of-Spain
Gazette.)

Sir, - Tread with luteresf in today’s
matte of your paper, a letter giving 4
list of pro ud conditions for Inter=
colunial lowing contests. I think I
am right in saying these conditions
are identical with those drawn up by
Messrs. Dalgliesh, Captain of the De-
merara Rowing Club, Leo Herbert and
miyascf, on the occasion of our * Tip
upthe Exssequibo” There are as you
say a few olber conditions of which I
haveacopy, but they are #o far unin:
portant, At the time we discus
These conditions one point was very
fully gone into and both Herbert and
myself had to give way to Demerara
on this point, Prefer tothe great dle
similarity between Qur boats and most
other racing foura The Demerara
boats are stroked aa iw
usually the case on the right aide,
while our boate for sone unaccuunta-
Die reason are stroked on the opposite
side! Hesiles this important point,
our boate are genetally adinitled ty be
ofamuch heavier and Clunsier build
than is necessary fur our waters, again
our slides although very whos ty and
hacdly worthy the naine, are slides all
the same and it woukl be far more
natural and confortable if the boats
were oull ipod. A fixed-eeat four-
oared, outrigged boat has Leen a com-
qnon bight ta anyone of rowing expeti-
ence, but for several reasons one fights
ashy of a eliding seated inrigged boat.
Weaill threes decidea thst in fairness
fw one opponents, Trinidad should ss
soon as conveuleut, obtain boats of
somewhat the same clase as those of
Demerara, Lamcontident that after
reading the foreguin you will agree
with mein saying that a victory ob-
tained under such adverse oondilions
-to our opponents could carry little cre-
dit with [i even should we obtaln It.
it Je easy to understand that our opie
nents would either have to completely
revene, thelr positions from bow ta
etroke, or elve would have to begin
bailding up a fresh set of muscles on
thelparrival here.

Aa regands Hortof Spain oarenen.
taking part in the Regattas, I consider
the . idea an excellent
for® it ,anakes our
doubly sttong, and if ‘none. of
the gentlemen mentloned by Mr.
Thatcher, should tind it convenient to
undeitakethe antuous and thankless
task of petting tagether s crew, If the
ban Fernando fepatte Conmnittee
oare to again make tne of my services,
they are ae usual entirely at thelr die

nowal, and under the following condi-
fone I will undertake to yet up «
crew,

1. San Fernando mist guarantee all
expenses incurred, a limit te be agreed
on, soughersto be ylven in exchange
for cash,

2 The boats must bs in tawn at
latest one week from date,

i & The slkles and canvas ofthe sayl-
ny

one,
defence

boats wut be repalred,
s the Heyatta will probably be such
& great sincees (his yoar, there can be
lithe abies tion to 1ny fest condition,
eet ually when one considers that
Portot Spain gets pone of the receipts
frow the Hegatts.

As regards my eevond condition
the late lack of successul the Vort-of-



ted by all the papers to have in on
account of the lack of tinie for prac-
tise,-the crews generally havin

up and row when they are really culy
haX At and are just setLling down com-
foitably on the slides. Iam sure San
Fernando will agree with me in saying
two months is by no means too Jong
for a hard ri of a mile {n their

ta,

Condition 3 speak for Itself, As the
luat was atthe time cf the practicsa
for the New Year's Regatta, no one
could really get up a fast atroke in it
with confidence or safety, for more
often than not the alide would _fazab,

I hope that you and the San Fernan-
da Regatta Committee il consider
my proposals reasonable; they are,
withthe exception of No. 3 which U
ointtted, {denficat with the proposals
T made by Icttet and telephone to Me,
Thatcher forthe New Year Regatta,
and which he refused ta conmphy with,
At that Ume I quoted $3) a8 likely to
cover the expenses,

Yours falthfully
Mirpovrve E. Coomns,





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tha Commissioners soon to visit Trini-
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telogram about the important meeting
held at Antigua of the very sensible
resolutions airived thereat.

Daniel, Don’t come, All Is forgiven,

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T-OF PAIN
BATUNDAY, irn ay, lila

TOBAGO.
THE RUBBER INDUSTRY,

In the “ Port-of-Spain Gazette” of
lost week, Friday thy 7th instant, the
leader makes reference to the great
need of other industries, and specially
mentions the poalbilitles of the
Rubber Industry. In this regard
Tobago nisy claim to have madea Bood



n@ with the recent impo
tien rate Harry 8. Smith the genial
sailor, enthusiastic planter and

clever Inventor, of one of his own

tented machines which be Ia now
erecting on bis plantation historic
Caledonta,” for turning out Rubber
from, clear strained latex in a few
moinul ortw be more explicit, to
abip In the afternoon clear amber
calonred dried rubber fron: the latex
drawn from the trees in the mernings
the eane as fe gone in an apto-da
central fac’ with the sugar cane,
it is confidently anticIpated the value
ofthe exports ahd extension of cule
tivation of this very {important
{ndustry will Increase by Jeaps aod
bounds, From rubber one easlly turns
to Louis d'Or, the sent of the pioneer
cultivation ip Tobago on an exteselve
scale, and « brief description of this
ancient indigo and sugar estate now
adapting Itself to new lodustries with
thal cor willingnese for which the
well known tich soll of the feland so
yeadlly admils, might not be out of

lace.
PINCe | QUIS D'OR ESTATE,

This valuable property of close on
20) acres was first owned by Gov-
ernor die Williain Young prior to the

car 1702, one of Ube best rulers the
hisnd ever had, and to whose memory
a tablet fe placed In St Andrew's
Church, Scarborough. Judiga and
sugar wera then cultivated by the
alaves and agribs, aod the firet pamed
can still be ween harp and there grow:
ing wild, Twenty-two years before
thie date—in 1770—the export of sugar
tothe Unite} Kingdow commenced.
dle Wihiant Young thus describes hla

roperty jg Woodeock’s history of

‘ubago :—"On tha beach at Queens’
Thay are brick and slone pills yp pot un:
hke the great gate of an oglsh park,
whence the eye (s directed up an
avenue of ecovanut trees, and from

thence in the same straight five,
three hae broad and rego catreet of
negro houses at a mile from the gate

to the works which terminate the
avente, and have the sppearance ofa
church buiit In the furni of the letter
T witha tower raked by the centre.
Over the wotks rio 4 preciphe oa
which stands the tausion houss nobly
commanding the whole yale, A fuse
viver winds feos the back mnoyntelus
under tbe point of the great ridge ou
which the bousg stands, and thes



poursio a direct Hne-nearly by the
east of the negro village into the rea.
In ite course it supplies _a canal for
turning the water mill" Thetmansion
house recorded by bir William Young
no longer exists, it site is marked by
ruins of brick walls and coconut trees
Tho present residence is a handsome
cottage framed in Kngland and
erected inland fa the hollow of a spur
of one of the mountaina, about 400
feet above aca level. on a portion of
the estate always hnown by its origi-
nalname. From this eminenco where
“every proxpect pleases” and rats,
Mosquitos, fevers and malaria are not,
& moet. lovely view ts obtained of tho
sea and surrounding country. Above
tothe north-east, tow ers the main ridge
which hereabout tises toa height of
1,800 feet and wupplies the twelve
rivera which flow thuough eighty-tyo
estates, Below is Roxborough the
town ofimportance after Scarborou zh,
also the large cocoa, rubber, cocoanut
and copra estate. Roxburgh, at pie-
sentthe largest shipper of cocoa and
copra fir the island, Some portion of
the new road new in course of con-
struction can be acen, it begina at
the Roxborough salley and ascending
tothe main ridge which it crowes at
a high altitude, descends tothe sca
coast at Bloody Jay onthe (north)
side of the jeland. Lomda can also be
seen In the detance, pte estate that
first shi sugar to Europe eas
BE shipped sugar ¢ liké inost of the
other estates In cocoa and rubber.
Due. eset: is Mercbiston formerly the
residence of the Naplers of Merchiston
Castle, Scotland. From the spot
where I stoad early on Whit Monday
with the wild pigeons, screaming
parrote and cockricos itying hither
and thither overhead, andthe cooing
ofthe mountain doves al] around, the
sun rose just bohind Merchiston house
ecintiating Ite rays on the tron roof,
Right under Merchleton hea nestled
lovely Kings Bay tho property of the
energetic representative of the West
frdia Committee, whose pen Is never
idle In setting forth the attractions
and suitebility of the isiand of his
adoption to intending settlers Hard
by js tha tbe ving and prosperous
village of Welafordin whih [+ the
Roman Catholic Chuich of the Saued
{leart. and the Anglican Church and
School called after the name of the
parle, Ae Paul, formerly a Prowby
Pesian Church, To the south below
lies the level plsin with fields of heal
thy, vigorous rubber and coron tre: s,
forming & handsome pictare, Suga
and indigo ate no longer cultivated.
Gazing seaward {sa long open atectch
of ocean, giving an exeelient. view of
vessels approaching this side of the
island alter rounding the Hotty, alr
and desolate louking headland called
St. Giles, There taan old legend to
the effect that in the days b when
augar reigned supreme, jook out men
were stationed at vatlous coigns of
vantage, as the tlme approachel for
the arrival of the first of the fleet of
clippers, usually in the month of De.
renter, pringing out from Europe
oupplles for the vatates and tnen han-
dive for the merchants, Alling up with
sugar, run, molasses and-cocoanuts
for the return voyage, Halscy's Hope
astheestate wastben called, wagat ttle
thne the property and restdenc eof the
most powerful and Influential magnate
inthe island, who ruled autocrat ally
from the Sovereign's representative
down to lowllest nt. Queene Bay
was then o port of call, djmport
duties very high and Heaube
rough the capital twenty-two
wiles away. with many ppbijdged
ivers to ctoss and roads’ pot in the
good condition they are in now, small
wonder therefore that the sucessful
lookout man wae handsomely reuia-
neratedt, the cussing revenue ofileer
sumptuotuly enteitained at the
captains well etx bed table when he
aid atrive dase after the ship had
anchored, and ou whore great Wealth
ainasvedl by thosa Interested. Fron
this bay a syuare rigged salting vessel
misy run without a tack to the very
mouth of the Qrinvco on the eastert
coast. of BKonth Ametica, and with
equal fecdity return. This wax
accurately demonstrated four yeurs
when the cuent carifed the
© Jlsrrison” «# large Ameriean calles
fn ballast froma Soul Arnerican
port o T tnidad, on fo the sliallows
t Queens Bay, fioia where slg was
oe eierentl tefloated Yutntored and
eoutlnued 6 esoyane. Inthe Lay len
vod alee rocby island bitown as Cioat
fitana frow the wild goats to be found
thers, it ia the please trurt
of plenic partis Jn (he rer which
flows through the ewtvte an alligator
wasaonee killed swventeren f De,
although the genesl size pf these
sulwale du nut mesure wich over

plz feet. This monster bad atlacked

aman who was erossing the river,
whieh oan still at the present day
without # anuch tiecded bridge = In
the bafldngs naw used for the prepara:
tion of rubber and cocoa, are to be
aeen the olgnal gon and ships bell
that once belonged to the gond ship
“Queen of bleba whieh with bate bes
full and paseengers all aboard bound
for theald C ountaie had called in to bid
Roodhye, she struck on a reef la the
centr’ of the bay and speedily went
to pies This was in the fortles,
Also fo bo seen are large atone vata
fmmenly used in the preparation of
Indigo,

Louis i Ov fs now owned by a
wealthy lnglish syndicate known ag
the West India Hobber Plantation
&endicate Lawited, and [nits list of
sbarchollers ar many titled amex
abd mietbers of the ducal house of
Norfoth, its representative in the
island belongs to an old Nocthumber-
land favuls Jt wasalwaysa favourite
sumer resort of the Sovereigns
representative upto the late seventies,
at wlich poured ists, the Crown
Colony «gstem of government was
inaugurated in place of representative
guverminent. and a jew regime of
“other men other manners changed
entirely the social amenities that
happily existed for many jong saat



MOVEMENTS OF STEAMERS.
th te Mat
RMS. P24 Hoyts stat

RTON A—The K.M 8, * Ottona ” be
dac here from bout hampton via
Cherbourg and Barbados on Wednes-
day, 10th January, and will leave the
sane day for New York, via Puerto
Colombia, Cartagena, Colon and
Jamacia, taking lst class passengers
only, cargoand mails,

‘The tender will leave the Lighthouse
Jetty, Queen's Wharf, atl) pu,, wilh
passengers for the **Ortona.”

Passengers are speclally notified
thats baggage lighter to he despatc b-
eltothe Outward Stall willleave the
St Viheent Jetty at 10am. ontheday
ofsalling, and passengers are therefore
requested to see that thelr baggage ty
sent down before (hat hour,

(PMAMES -The RWS, "Thames is
due heve from New York via Ja-
mana, Colon, Carthagena, and Pio,
Coloplia on Sauday ghd Januaiys
and wall lease the next day for South
aupton, via Barbados anc Cherbourg,
taking passenger, cargo and malls
The tender will leave the Lighthouse
jetty, Queens Wharf, at pam, with,
passengers for the “Chanes,”
Pasengere are especially notified that
6 baggage lighter to be despati hed vo
the fl omeward Mail willleave the &t,
Vineent Jetty at lau. on the day of
sailing, aud passengeta are therefore
reyjuesled to wee that their tupyage ls
eeut down bs fore that hour,

N ILE. The IMS, & Nile’ te due
hete fions Southauptan va
Cherbourg and Barbadus on VW ednes
day Znd Leb tat ye and will leave the
sare day for Kew York, via Vo,
Uolunbia Carlagena, Uvion and
Jamalea, taklng bet, avd 2nd, clues
Ppaserngery, cargo and mails,

The lender wall lave the Lighthouse
Jetty, Quanw what, at Ppan. with
passengers for the Nile”

Tirels lass pansengery are apocially
notifid that « baggege Hybter to be
de spaihed to the Outward = Mail
pteawes will lave the St Vincent
Jetly at 1am onthe day of sailing,
aus) paxsengess ere therefore request-
el toseo Chat thele baggage te sent
down before (hat hour

It in compulsory for and clan
bagwaxe tobe funugated = and 2nd
lars pawengen are notifiel that a
wpet ial lighter will leave the bt Vin-
cout Jetty al Sa inon Weduenday Jad
Jobruary to take tbeir bagyey to the
Haage for fousigaton

O' Dk ‘the ROM be Clyde ip
aduchore iin New Yosh, via da
muna, Colon, Cartagena sod Pto
Colombia on Runday é&h February,
pel will ave Lhe neat day for South-
ainplon, via aslados and Che boty
tabing passengers cargo aud malls

The tends? will leave the Light hue
detty, Queen's Wharf at 1 piu. with
pase igers toy the * Clyde.”

fiemen ier are pecially notified that
s age Lighter lo le despatched to
the fhiwewata Mall will leave the St.
Vincent Jetty af 10 a.ni. ou the day of
walling, aml passengers are therefore
requested tu mw that their baggage be
seat down befuge that hous.

Compagnie Generale

Tranaatlantique

* © Leoraup & Sox—

AGENTS,

Qt DOMINGCE—Tho French Mall
KD Steamer “St. Domlngue* from
Europe via Gnadelonpe. Martinique
amdst Luca dune hire on or about
the Sel January and will proceed
afterwards to Danerara, Sininent_ and
Cayunne, taking passengers nails and

cago,
\alezestacs—the Fiend Mail
i Steamer “Martintque’ is due
here from Veneruclan ports or pr
about the 23th January and wall pro-
coed aflorvards to Martinique, Guade
loupe, Santander, Uordeaue and
Havre taking passengers, mails and
cargo, .
Konsnhsy ke We Mail-
edvonst
Tux Roya, Detcn Matt
. AGENTS.

puss WILLEM UP The Dutch

Mail Ste yner © Fata Willer TE *
fs due hers froin Amaterdann via Para
maribo and Demerara oor about the
Vth January lw Proceeding’ after-
wards to Carupsno, Caumna, Quanta,
La Guayra, Puerto Cabello, Garacaa,
Jace, Aux Onyea, Port au Paluce
and New York taking cargo, pasn oe
gers and mats,
puss MAURITS,—The Dutch Mail

Bleatuer’* Pring Maurits i due
bere fiom Venezuelan ports on or
about the 2nd January 110 proceed-
ing afterwards Lo Paramaribo, Havre,
and Amsterdam taking carga, Jasen-
gers and mails,
y7etINs FREDERIK HENDRIK.—

The 88, © Pilus Prede ak Hen-
dtih' ia due bere from Anisterdam via
Paramaribo and Demerara on or about
tho Slet January 1910, proceeding af-
terwanls to Carupano, Comana, Guat
ta, La Guayra, Puerto Cabello, Cura-
cao, Jacmel, Aur Cayes, Port’ au
Prince and New York taking cargo,
passengers and malls,

——

Koninklishe. West In-
bk: duscha Sail iienst
New York--l’aramaribo

Ba vica,

Tire Povar Dero MAL -~AGENTS
M AROWLINE The aa. Maro
i wine os ive hese direct) froin
New Yanko Monday the )7th January
1010, leaving san dav Ga Paramatjbo
taking cargo pest pyersy and mails,

TUIMINAME. The wa “hSutiname”
$8 Je due from Parataaribo on Monday
the 37th January 010, and will leave
same day duect from New York tak-
Ing carge, papcpge and inaila,

\ AKOWDINE, — The ss, * 3faro-

! wijno ois due back bere from
Paramaribo via Barbados on ‘Tuesday
the 25th January IW and will leave
same day direct for New York taklug
cargo, Pinengers and ana
wARAMACCA,—The #6“ Saramac-

ca” is duohere from New York on
Monday the glst January W10, and will
Joave same day for Varuinartho taking
CATEO, Passengers and inaits,

YOPPENAME, = The aa.“ Coppe-

J name ‘isduo here from Paramaribo
an Monday the Jlst January 101U, and
will Jease same day dnwl for New
York ‘taking cargo, passengers and

gnaila,
ki: zwrne Italiana
Vapor,

Tuk New Cocos ar Compasy,
Lonren, Aggxta
ITTA ODE TORING. — The | a0
2" Cltta dt Torina” ie due here
frum Genoa via Marsetiles, Barcelona
and Teneritfeon or abuut 17th Janu.
aly 1910 proceeding afterwards to La

a belue Navig

Cuavra to. Cabello, Curacao, Sava-
ula, Pt. Dimon and Colon, takin
sarge. paenengers and inalle. This

vtemiuer will take cargo fur Nedller
.abean porta,
+ Trinvdad Lea of
Maaners
TRINIDAD BaiPribo AML
Twavina (0 — Avante
GARA-—The wu. “Habe” of the Trini-
eS dad Line feft fur New York oa
the 1216 January 1030 aad ts due there
ght January 19lv. .
h ARAVAL —The os“ SMasaval
4 I of the Trinidad Lino will leave
New York on the th Jauudry, 1016,
and le due here January, 1910. |
\ ARACAS- The aa.“ Maracas | of
\ 1 the Trinidad Line will leave

New York on the 2nd January, 1910,
aud de dus here Oh Jaauary, 1010,

HROWN OF GRANADA The wa
( 7° Crowe uf Grenada” of the Trinls
dad Une will leave fur New Yooh on
the eh danuery ivlv and te due thei
hd Fetwuary 119,

I

Frederwck Leylind &
e Tnz New Cotoxtat Cor

Linitrp AGz
A LDANIAN—The a3. ‘Albanian *

is due here from Live h via
Bacbados on or about Tuesday 235th}
Jatwuary 1010 proceeding afterwards tu
La Guayra, Pto. Cabello, Curncaa,
and Carthagona taking cargo, passeue
gers and mails

Tha Hamburg: Amerte
can Line
Pave H. Ecuerrer & Co

AGENTS.
CHWARZBURG theas. “Schwar
SV xburg” of the Hamburg. Atvestean
Line {fs due here from Venezuelan
pocta on or about January 27th, pro-
ceeding afterwards to Havre direct,
taking cargu, passengers and Mails,

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.

ARRIVALH,
January 13th,

J.P. Asens, But schor, Alexander,
23tons, 2 days, St Vincent -3 sheep,
2 Roats. L pig. U2 bags yams, 3) bage
tanias, 1 bag cocoa, 4 bags froune a
auta, 10 pkgs expe 2 pol owls, 1
doz pumpkins, 13 bils arrowrvot, 4
empty caske, 2 bags corn, and 10
passengers,

PALO, Hult fehnr Cunningham, 21

ona, Lday, Grenada - gs, 3 goals

St mgs tanlas, 8 bags "potatoe, L
pot fowls, 2 bags yams, 31 turtles,
dog yama and 17 passengers,

Oeno ux Dicrempas, Venez boat,
Diaz,7 tons, d days, Cano Colorada =
125 bags cocoa,

Jan. Mth,

Ocamo, Brit stme Coffin, 1172 tons,
S&S hours, Demerara car, In transit
and If passeengers.=To Gorden,
Grant &Co,

Deevita, Nore eg 6, Bteen, 465 tons,
Maranham (Drazil)-sand ballayt=
ToJuhan Rust.

Satvavur, Venez sloop, Martinez, 0
tons, 1 day, Cristobal Uolon-5,Gu
roconula,

Covitso, Venes boat, Marphy, 1 ton, 2
days, Rio Cirande, 3 bags cocoa, 2
bags copra and 200 coconuts,

DEPARTURES

Dicwowt, Venez sloop, Hello, 0 tans,
Cristobal Colon— sundry phe
tulse,

Jany Nth.

Paivs Witcescl, Dutch atin [Nyboew,
1100 tons, Parainaribo 3,700 bage
‘Tdad cocoa, 33) baa Venez ¢gonroa,
20a dry hides, 2) bales balata, 10
bales rubber, and 6 pkgs mdse—ng
yeep ers (left 13 instantj—Hy
Royal Dutch Mail.

Epey, Brit’ sloop, Joneg 2% tons,
Grenada - sundry phys mdse and 4
Passengers. |

Faricinap, Venez sloop, Gomes, 13
fonr, Mataurinmsuudry packages
Tidse,

Coxporoso, Venez boat, Perez, 2 tons,
Tio Carlbu—sundry pk muse,

PYRANGA, Venez sloop, Hosas, 7 tous,
Cristobal Colon -sundry packages
hudse,

Tieicciox, Venez sloop, (Sanchez, 3)
tons, Cristobal Colon—eundry phy

tudse and 2 ngers,
Brit atinr, Harnile

ALLEQUANY,
27 tons, Cubs «1,000 bags ‘Tdas
cocoa, 3) bage Veves 6 lates

balata, 400 tone bunker roal—By
Gordon, Urant & Co,

Ocamo, Brit atmr, Coffin, L172 tons,
Harbadow—l0 puncheone inolasses
10 bags Venez cocoa, 10 bage Tad
corua, dcashs stout, BO caseu vere
Juouth, 8 crates onlons, 1 ease d
fonds, 1 case, alpargatas, 33 bile
anges, 2 horves and 43 passengers.
Hy Gordon, Grant & Co

MANACAG Rusk, Brit sloop, Mitchell.
14 tons, Grenada-ballast and 3
pasnengers,

Closing of Malls.

Maile for Deuerara by the * Crawn
ot Granada” will be closed on Satur
da {towtay) the 35th intent. at (3
v'elock, (noun) precisely. Hegistration
ches at 1) 80 an.

Malls for Barrancas, dan Fellx anit
Holivac by the “Della” will Le closed
today the J3th at 12 0clock Gives) pre.
eluely. Hegistration cluses at If Wan

Mallefn New Youk by (he * suri-
pate t seca naed on Bond the

patdo'cloch pay . News:
gaper and Registiation "ose at
2.dU pot,

Milie for Paramaribo by the
* Maruwijoeâ„¢ will be dosed ot) Mun-
day the ifith ats o'cluk pam. precise:
% Hegistratlon closes 062.9) pm.

alls Sor Carupang, Qumana, Guanta
la Guayts, Puerto Cabello, Ow
aod Mort.au-Prisce by the Prins W9)-.
lean TET. will by ¢! ou Monday iis
Wtthat 2wWo'elock pun Heglsiration
Sloves at 3 pete




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and > Janwerg pert ath a7 taps | ST, CLATROVAL: THAMES woe S872 {ta a) generat cure
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sabjecta. will be taught, The terse % 1941 To Birt, ran | QRTONA a Moreh TB totter sangeet hal
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f "PHONE—NO, 459, op cag ine will sino ba eondacted, Ts PN Natch—Winner of first Mate SRUDALENA wot Apri sth OKeommndaee ee 7
— Sralhhdlea nse | -Glgggew Steamer [ions iiisin ie de Cup ewe [aoe nk SMe | Metre!
. a&oor 5 aac oe ie rears. ego SCHOOL OPENS 17th
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STAMPS oe ere nmes Sot) 1 by every Deslec varosgacat Reason Ticket .. - wo Colon, Jamaica & eUGER
Tr e Educational. wae Colony a we Ticket for any one Match ww a Carthspens, o102, UGEN
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Ifyou contemplava being engaged, or if you know anybody Whe, EA. BEECHAM, and < os QUABTS, each. Otber Ladies maw +48 of charge vat this port by the 5 -
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Don't order from a catalogue waich shows a picture ofa Diamond the Th 1 os here. The Company's Intercolouial Bteamere | Gagleo,
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= sae by Firs Boge YOH SALE BY} Naveick Street north and south Fe- Bane eS eee Bt, Lucla ITE FUBLIO Whee



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age by Firs Sager Grenada, 8t.
d apectly (2) Demlaia Monteerrat, Antigos give Creditto say

an FYatates, ively.
> 0 Buildings and Machin- To the Uncovered Stand on Ilave-





t —SSS a 4S of D * Nens and St. Kitts, returniog | ao4 that I wal vot be
: — — + Dwelling Heases lock Street, North, or through any of hndos via Antizea Bout | deus contracted fa t
% a” Warehouses, ‘Shope: & i to Barbados vie Antigua, Mont- | ¢ 7a
| H |i STAN DA R D HOT BL “noso thsircoabenty ab Car . the Tarnetiles. od through the Turn- serrat, Dominica tad Be Lacie wetter lane th ‘ai
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tes, the charge is
Teatination ia Oy town 10 the United

Kiogdom.
PERMITS for steam tender for friends



socerlng Indemoity for the loess of
stent io case of

Leones by Lightning are made good by the
108—

oi
Tacome {a 1907

ATELY arrived from Now York where
she hse had practical experience of
Higb-clase Drees-making, begs to ie form her
friende and the pablic that she has estab
liabed at No. 24 Nosfolk &t. Hs'm nt.

MPRINIDAD RIGH

GIKLS New Sersloa
oo Monday, January 17,
3 Merlt Street New Towa,

Rostaurant, Cafo, Billiards,

FOR SALE.
' Board & Lodging

ssstesensereneenen O88 48 (MUESLOOP nes ENTE ATT ler for friends | 3 i
Fords 31 fore th o lm, ” off the | to see passengors off 2/6 each, which cao | Jany G-2w,
aa vow be had at $4) MONTHLY for RESIDENT BOARDERS, This inctodes | 7! TSR iG Dem tO 764236 | Car atope before the house.~9th Jaa.—Im, Aviat enh Belle, ent obtained on the teoder,

Queeo’s Wharf with Sails, &e.. completa, be









bes Hen, . ¥ Tartan nt... a8 a i
(Riera cesar eevee teimennenemeset| Wife Notice. |iakâ„¢ om pee pocasen |Home ladtsiits I
JOAQ. —* roprictor, W, Bouyeo &Cs.--Dect, 31th,” | Ebegta notify the pablic thao I will not PPA. BODU. " SPECIAL 10 We
.. . — _ ~ Bete week reek vty ee he yes 6/1/10—2-w, Duetrtes Conre Wanted before end of Je
GET ON THE WINNING GIDE) | |#Â¥8 10u. tor ax sou, on | ang atinas Be op fowstd| Se |HALF YEARLY SALE, | rents
reer rere COLLAGE ?— YBs. EOWA 31 Gatecre Bureed ° AX work entrusted 10 mo for closa Uroveher Miaodpaned .

Woodbrock, January 5—1m, fog or dying from let January.

1009 to 30th Jane, 1909, if not redeemed

ETERPFISE efit . ESTATE: on of before Oth Jaquary, 1910, will be

; —_e Id to defi Likewise all
Smith. Robertson & U0, ruts ‘fioe property coasistiog of about 350 Hats taken over‘ ieoea’ Mes Getto of

scres with about 35,002 trees, ag acres} Frederick Street will be sold (without
OFFER FOR SALK

Xcellent pasture aod splendid water supply, is i
Seeted poe rulway boe two mules’ toca exception) on the Och January, 1910, if

ant claimed before asid date.

Guava aod tae Appie P
Carhew Nuce.

Madetra-work ta in great
Madeira Eabrotverer
join the Ansoletion “29

Tea Rooms + Servants Ba

‘ pue winning side of the Choculate question is not the one tbat makes the

these keen times be repul:
moat prohi for you but the ope that wins the confidence of your Cur ELL, Un (hese keen times be r ward

V & guslifed ¢ ach, if he fe bac
to move him gp, and if be is alresoy up, to
heep him there For jarticalers drop a
esdio ‘Taur,” ¢/s thin paper,

4 bJau, 1U-—-24,.

FRESH OYSTERS DAILY

cmers and the nc = You can perbaps show a litte more profit ia the frat sale
” of aa inferior braod, but will never sospire @ customer s io you es LUCIEN S
The superlative quality aod unilormy of
Lwucien's CJhocotiatesae
creates such « favouratle opinion of your Chocolate~jJudgment that a Customet
waturally coachises ibat you ase a good judge of quahty in other Hines as well as









Chocola'e, and you get ther conlide od all ther \de.=Ta be got fi all : Chagua:
Grocers, aid’ Bopkve sere throughout the Tnland, a4 whole ate irom got roe Al No, £7, St Vincent Street, 22 8.8. “Salybia to tooo the crag” jelded Seventy bogsherds R.J. J. CLAMENS,
Ghonla'e & Garon Maney 28 go. TPE nesesicoed is ready to supply Motel, “ . ' of | Concentrated Line Juce jas wel an} Trioidad Dre Works, VICTORIA |
ocula'e & Cocos, Manulact Cl tt be esidenis, ppiog, Barre! aw! ch |. aa reen hmes
Travelting Repreventative—HENKY E GIROUX.” + Charlotte Stree Oysters trom Godino, San Fernands, I tor | #00 ls CEMENT—" Petere. fort ‘Atwences, Canadian and Engush mar- Corner of Da'ze and Goorge Streets

cipper party a days" notice is reqiured. Coun- Telephode 15,

try resioents ¢1n be supp ied alsa, PROGRAME Of a

‘PuonE No, 69 . fx Recent Arrivals, kes ¢ during the seagoa,

the estate are Manager's dwelling, Bare









MONDAYE -Limerick sedi
4v'c'ock, French a6
{begincers) av 7 o's
at7 p.m,

TUESDaYS- Diesem
o'clock pm, dba
6 aad] ociock, DB

the vemand for ime puce and greeo Limes
tocreasing ‘tapidiy it offers a0 esceptocal
epportusty to investors,
ippieg facilues consist of a railway ading
anda malo road, both on the estate,
Part of purchase aoney could remais on

ortgage,
Yor further particulars aad terms apply to

Le eS 0 —
eee owe WD | 1 case Finest HAVANA (CIGARS, | fits (onthe mar toad) and a rey, compete FInsT TERA CO
—— so . 4 TH SANT,
Our Lady of Mount Carmel} Cs BRAZILIAN CICA, ee tig impronag ency yearned eth Ice A ou Se
a

AND EX STORE.
BT. RAPHAEL WINE,
BULPHURIO ACID—in Dramslcof

5 ewta,
GAUTIER BRANDY—all sizes.
OLEOMARGARINE—Oakdate No, 1]™

Church, Carapichaima.



FACTS

MACE ADO s HAS RECEIVED

U FILING OF MONUMENT

A LARGE ASSORTMENT




















~ T : YY Vp psy —To— FIRE BIICES—"G: bet Typewritiog at 80a
CIGA Rs AN D CIGA R i | is Tho Late Bey. ?, L. BRESNAN, PP, | WHISKY—Finest Scotch T, GEDDES GRANT, or WEDNESDAY S—4
eee ne oo" | HARNESS—Bsat Loadon made, 9 BROADWAY, ata) ab 6 U'clock,
Slave secarea GULD MEDALB of the bighest awarde wherever they have occn The Rew Altar Javy Iet,—1m. ° od at T o'clock, ,
zalbited, Theonly CIGARS and CIQAKETIES awandied a certificate of hunoae Cocoa B « THURSDAY. Arb
srbe Jamaica International Exhibition, 189! Lcected by hus friends will be Bolemel ags.: X HM A S§ G 0 0 D S URSDAY Art Ne
tv Machado’s 6 and Cigarettes" ase for emokora of caltase and dleceroin Foe leaned vemoly wcloce Bag
Hee eatin? ads iesdiog of MACHADOB cigar _ . Of Chacoa Street, OS MANURE Fiat Justitia Rast Goelam VALUE OF inh (Laterealita) of
an: enk : > Z
cro eo mamta | Ble tog of 3 tS AND/On the 24th of January 1th August, 1800] met a Paige ea Becton
|B & J. B MACHADO Hy Ais Grace Do ccceith chin Rca i a $5-HAMPER G | cusses sox‘aaritin
LA TROPICAL Fetablished THE MOSt REY. DR. DORLING. | DENTISTRY, _| tempi tte vices the manager of MONDAYS at 6 poner
88 Harbour Btreot, Jamaica. . a ne ne LA PE TITE GLACI ERE SURPASSES ALL OTHERS, WEDNESDAY, tpi

Dstablshment
gepesia net only to bis namerous eastom-
ers Lae the public generally, acd ly

FRIDAYS, 7 p.w.—ari
Inteadiog atudente are
ther names to the

WE HAVE THE MOST

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New York, U HA. Bucces-

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ge : thove who love to make ibeie doller ofr} 17th Decr, 1909, the Loot! ute,
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teke a nomter of

m0 AnD
Cepecially children sending
the oountry bhe undertalt
inttuences of the Itome S)

COVERNUENT AUCTIONEERS,
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to eee

vs. £100,000
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Supremo Court,
(Before Mr. A. Van Lucte Smita C.J )
Friday



. Dreyfus v Morris.-This wad an “1
/Y actiou to recover $378.23 the price of | Aftemoon it was
snold and delivered, His Honour | (OWded, | many

n aconasidered Judgment, gave jud
ment for plaintH! for the wee
claimed with costs,

uexy dé Castro,- Mia llonour
delivered the following Jrudgment :—
The plaintiff elalms rent from the de«
fendant from 23rd November 15U8 to
8nd July 1000 at $12 per month for
premises at tho corner of St. Paul and
and Picadilly Streets Jt appears that
the defendant took the premises as a
monthly tenant, On the 3rd Novem.
ber there was a fireand the pretmiars
were damaged, The defendant wis
charged with arson and the police
took ession ofthe premisca, the
defenhant's da remaining therein.
Theresult of the fire was that the
premises could not bu used aq a shop
untll they were repaired. The plain-
tif did not repalr them until October
1000, The plaintiff gave defendant
notle= to quit and took procerdings
for ejectment and on the Zith July 10u0
& warrant was issued which was re-
celved by the polica on the 13th Octo-
ber 1900, Proceedings were taken by

rd, Whe

\
‘ acked the passen

Chocolat Monier,

PRESH ARRIVALS JUST TO HAND

the hill was passed these
re-joined the ‘bus. When
bash waa reached, this
followed, Hefore lug
facing the "bis and bol
bars had time to alright, the ‘bh
suddenly moved off

wheel vrnshed the big
foot which was already

wren




























































rd. He did

told the conductors,
Reid, what had happene:

Geo. R. Alston & Co.

. Ziy cleaned the premises, The police

took out auch goods as were sound
SOLE AGENTS. |

morning,

afternoon when he saw

the plaintiff. On these facta I think
the defendant fs liable for the rent,
There was a tenancy from tmonth to
month untilit. was determined by a
hotite to quit, The defendant atill
had his goods In the shop. Nothing
has been done by the landlord to take
away the continuanceof the occupation’
or enjoyment of the tenant. No doubt
if there is no demise for a term certain
and no covenant topay rent fora cer
tain time and the premises are entirely
destroyed whereby the tenant can
have noenjoymen€ at_ all the tenant
may not hable for rent, but it
would be otherwise if angthing re-
tualned in however deteriorated a state
for the tenant toenjoy. In this case
the 1s of the defendant remained
on the preaises and there remained
something to enjoy. His enjoyment
and occupation of the prenjses was
prevented Ly the police. “AUISE BOME
third pacty presented the defendant
enjoying the premise the plaintiff is
not to be deprived of lus rent. There
wil ba judgment for the plaintiff with
costs, :
Building and Loan Association v
Joseph.imMr, G. CU. Deane appeared
for the plaintiffs, and the defendant
who apitared in peison, did not op
pore the application for judgment
which was accordingly gran with,
costa,
Slillera Stores ¥ Barnwell.—This waa
aclaimtorecover £30. 10. 65 balance
due on gooda sold, and for money Jent
with interest thereon, Mr. Me
Carthy a} peared for the plaintiff, and
Me. Deane forthe defendant. During
the examination of the plaintiffs wit-
neas, who {s Manager of the branch
business of Millers Cid at Arima, Ar, A case with eome curious detalls
Denne elected not to proceed with fhe |] was beard by Mr. 1. A. Farrer-Mandy,
apectal defence tained on the pleadings, | at the Georgetown Demerara City
and eventually retired from the case,
The defendant at this stage, stated | boy name Amos Gibvon charged a lad
that he had never been tendered with
an accountof the indebtedness as set J detained his cap, valacd at a shilling
out la Plsintitrs claim. Following on } on December 20,
his inability to further contest the act- Defendant eaid he bad pronounced

and gave thekeys and ession ta

ractically alright.
. mr material a
when wanted,
an adjournment
by Mr. Wilron,

ment,

he was unfavourably impressed with
plaintiff evidence, If Brancbe’s evl
dence would help his case, ha would
sdjourn the hearing for his atten-
dance.





omnes |

WHITE HOUSE HOTEL.

MPO IMEC EMOTE AEE EEL OO



The bearing
two weeks for
Branche.

Lee A
Acham for plaintiff, and Mr. i. M.
Lazare for the defendant.

Adjourned for a week

Crevelle 1 Parkinson & Anorv-
Mr, J. Alex. Romeo for plaintiff, and
on Andrew McCarthy for defendants

Claim on a piomissory-note,

One of defendants It} case adjouin-

the attendance of

sr

Corner of Broadwoy awl, Marine] Square.
}Under English Managomont,
e CCOLEST PLACE IN THE CITY OZNTRAL FOR BUSINESS

AND PLEASURF.
Uneqgunalied for Ate Hsarcellient (Ouisine.

ger Special ferme fo resident Boarders,
pe Only the chowest Wines and Spirite stocked,

SID FOWLER—Manager.

attend Mi. A, Durhaw, barrlst?r-
atlaw, totake his evidence a4 com-
anissioner.

dducort v Haynes Clarke —Adjoutn-
ed Tor a woek, by consent,

Sequel to a bet,

Hew TofPRONOL NCE “Hovanton.?

Port-o'- Spo, Trinidad —Dece, 23.h—Im.



. NoTICH. ~

fa Tobacco Merchants and Buyers of Black
Leaf Tobacco,

remem



Mesare

e amount claimed with costs.
¢ finest

fort
Philip fae ¥ Hoowten;” and complainant betted

AR largest independant Manufacturers of Tobicen in the United States
t Mungat v

& BUCKNER, DUNKERSON & Co, of Loauville, K.Y., who make t
andof BLACK LEAF Tobsceo known ag“ BLACK
a been sold extensively in this Island, beg to atate that they have oa band a fice | Brown holdjog Mr, J. D, Sellier’s brief | wron;
nck of tha very best quility of BLACK LYE tobacco, which they are ine | forthe defendant, Hy consent judg. | Me ;
witiva b> sell at the most reasonable prices inent was given for plaintill for $1883 | Wesleyan School,

*This firm is not enngecced with the Tobieco Tenat, (known as the American | with District Court costa.

Tangey.- Mr.
pronuneiation. On

defendant waa

i Alexander vy Lopez.—Claim for} correct. Whenhe asked complainant
baeee Wampsoy), and noe independent, ard rerpectfully solicite some of work and Sabour Ptione on. Et] to hand overthe money he (defendant ,
id = ’ Carnien cocoa estate. Mr. E. M. [had won, complainant rifused to do





avidson and Todd

— FOR-~

STABLE * REQUSITES.

°









Lazare for plaintli® and I M, T.
Pilegar for defendant, The matter
was adjourned ta Fidday next at 2.3)

.m. forthe appearance of a witness
rota Erin,

Basanta_v Johw:-Thie’an action
claiming damages for slander, Mr
J. Alex. Romeo appeared for plaintitf,
Mr. Deane holding Mr, Pollard s brief,

sos; and be took away the cap, not,
howerer, with the jntentien of steal-

ing, it.
lis Worlip ta (defendant); The
mere fact that you.had nade a bet and
was tight—and this boy wrong dows
not justify youln taking anything of
his and keepiog it, because by the
law of England, and, 1 think, the law
for defendant appliled for adjourn- | of this colovy too, money alleged to
went, which was granted, and defend. | Le won or lost [In a bet” is not recovei-
ant paying costs of the day. able by law; under the gaming Act.
Asses v Baroméas Claim of £15 16 8d | therefore you bad po sight in taking
for principal aud Interest on a pro | thisboy’s cap. It ie a petty thing.
missory note. Defendant adinitted | and I don’t yuppose you meant to
Indebtedness to the extent of $10) but | steal the cap .
claimed that she never got any consi- Defendants 0, certainly not, Your
elderation for the remaining 9100] W arebip,
claimed. After going Into the evidence, His Worship; I shall order you to
judgment was given for 820 and costa, | return the cap and pay aesbilling and
a include the judgment of $100 already | costs.
given,

(Bsfore Ir Justice Russell LL.B.)





Work on the Panama Canal,

The following ts taken from the
Exportera and 4 aporters Journal;
he Congressional Comurittes sent
to Panama to investigate the work
dune and doing on the Panama Canal,
has returned from {ta trp and will
evon present lie report to the Con-
gress. What the nature of the report
will be bas elready Leen forccasted
by individual wenmbers of the commit-
tee. It will be an endorsement of the
work already act omplisbed in the dis
ng of the big ditch, and « recommen-
ation that be Spit tnwedt on fhe
ans tow t ullowed "hen
Mouttet for plalotlif, and Me Il, P. Proaident Tooweselt conclisled the
Mitchell for defeodant. negotiations for the purchase of the

Judgtnent by confession for £35 7] Canal alghts by this Government,
lld aud costs, execution stayed for fa great howl went up from bis oppa-
two months, neola, who claimed that he was

A RUS CASE. , J plunging the country into an extia-

Hughes v Sylvester & anor.—Me W.] yayant policy, which would cost it
Bluche-Wllson instructed by Mr 1. | aulious of dollare, without peturpin
Issael Jeffers for plaintiff, and Me. | ig any quate compensation, If
Seipla Pollerd fugtructed by Mr Jt A. | any person were bold enougs to reiter-
Wien for defendants, Av Bylyeotre | atg iene statements Loder, he would

ni as very Dear, If no

Thielean action of £20 damages be regarded y pat quit
for personal injuries sustained by
platuti through the negligence of de-
endants and thelr eervante.

Pleadings ordered were filed.

Mr Wilson, at the outset, subnitted
that defendants should give particu-
lars of the Lontalbutory pegligeace
which they pleaded before going‘into Atlantic amd the Pacific,
the case, The committee reperte that the work

Mr Pollard, in reply, subsmitted that | yp building thecanal will mwet cer
iC plaintit? wanted particulars he ought {| tainly be completed by Jandary, 1015,
to bave asked fortbens Lefure by Iet-] wheh it will Le ready fur t trattic
ter, and if refused- by summons 10°f of the world of commerce. at will
chambers, Bullen and Laake frou | ean a shortening of the distance to
whieh the form of pleadings wastaken | be traversed Uy steamebl pe aud sailing
sald that particulars should be given |, wuse!s bound for ports on the Pas ith
where practicable; Lut it was not | Cogat. which will pay. In the easing

practicable in this case because de | of money ui a very few years, the
endants could only surwise ow the | entire cost of the great huprovement,
accident happened, The Roull Sintean pe of the

Mia Monour took a note of the | Pacific Gout will be an available to as
ber tice aud counsels explanstion far those onthe Stlantic side gad tle

‘The case of phamtil, Chrudly Sates aeeult aiust ieevitably be a vast
Hughes, a plauter; showed ‘that be incre: both et oul export and import

DANDY BRUSHES, 18c, 24c, 36c
CURRY COOMBS—20c,

BODY BRUSIIES, 24c, 30a, 480, 72c,

MANE COMBS—12 cents.

SPOKE BRUSH Es—43 cents,

STABLE BROOMS —30c 360", 48c., 720
BLANKETS—WHITE & BROWN —30c, and 400

, FRANK MILLER?S HARNESS DRESSING.—240. AND24Be.

TRIALA,

Figeroug ¢ McShine—Part heard
before Mr Justice Swany adjourned
for a day to be fixed.

Menry v_ Andrewa—Me. At M, Iles
forplalntif! and Me A. L, Brown for
defendant. Pleadings ordered; case
struck off the list.

Sabina vy Woodroofe.—Adjourned
for a week pending settlement-

Wong Quod v Prim—Hy consent,
-| stand for two weeks, defendant paying

costa of day, to,

Chow-Lin-Oh v Hay—Me EN.

BARE FRILLES S
BARTS Last}
ta Pegs beg fer

Tana b> bean

is Nekiad
vale

deog 3505

tinety 4

IREES 2D wey

Pais "Ske

BIS cat kon epg
een

OVT WP is cam, be op OORnELE

a luvatic, The work on the grea

project hav Leen pusbed’ with at the
epeed that circumstances permi(ted,
aud now the American people can see
in the future a0 additlen to our trade
with the Orient that could never have
Leen weured wilbubt the eontrol of
thie great waterway between the

.

Saddle Paste
@SVI14N) 0



WeS HAY

WU aisOUW 4

HARNIS'3 DUBBING—BLACK 4 BROWN—24e, 43c.

MARRISS COMPOSITION—BLACK & BROWN—18 ports,
URNISHINE & PUTZ CREAM—100, 186,

GENUINE NEATSFOOT OIL—t8e PINT!

SADDLE SERGE—WHITE, BLUS, & CHECK,

ENGLISH HARNESS LEATHER

OREOLE BASIL SKINS,

The

wows vr we

Arcade.



—



was at Upper Mantanilia on Auguat 1,
ant inthe afternoon about Seelock of ve
he travallet'to Sangre Granda by the, nations, to ba eure, will share this
motor 'bus of Sylvestre and Reid) The | great advantage with us, but they
car hana seating capacity of 25 persone j will be obltpet
t

including the motorman. but on this

lainti®, having te etand on the font.
nm hille were reached
which were dificult to negutiate, Reid | Central, Ameri
ce who wereon the f tunities for supplylng
foot-board toallghteo ac to lghten | which cannot be enjoyed by countmes
more distant from the” scene of
In every sense the own-
ing of the canal will work to {he goot
of Auierican forvign trade, and it will
es who was | not be long before France will have
ing iteupricht | brought to her notice the fact that
us} ehe made a greslous erroc inallowing
and the prar} tho franchise for its construction to
toe of hie left | pass from her contol, ’
Joreph Craft, representative, from
while the right was silll on the foot- | the Stato of Kentucky, and 4, member
«f the visiting committee, rays that

the welght, This was done and when
ref operation
fon Cala-
rocedira was

on the ground

not release his hotd
and swung himself back inta the ‘bue.
When he reached Bangre Grande bo { did, anit that 4 spirit of enthusiaam fs

3 being arvused in the men who are

Iveatre and
“There haa been,” he

de could | engaged In ft.
not walk, The same afternoon he was | saym “a marked advance at the ex-
taken to De da Gannes who dressed | eavation at Culebra and ina the work
the Injury and told him to return next [at the
Mfe dideo but the doctor | AUantle aide,
not being there he went back in the

thing was done for him The next

the Sanitary Authorities against the morting he went to the Colonial I
: ‘O8-
defendant fn, respect of the gode in pil where Dr. Schenit attended to
Ps y thet him, A few dayaafter admissian an

aberessilevelopedin thetoe, theterimin-
al phalang of which was then removed,
He remained in hospital from the drd
tothe Oth of the month when ho
wae discharged at his own request, the
abscess quite healed and the toe | yESTERDAY'S

witness for plaintif
named Bianche was not in attendance

Mr, Pollant opposed the adjourn-
His Honour said, hedid not hike to

express any opinion about acabe til he
came to de ide it, but hemust aay that | tanec by Mears,

ping Paul —Mr, EB. Bernard dl a

ed for fortmght, defendant to pay [of 4
costa of day; if defendant unable to J with IZruna to hiacredit. ‘The fleldin

Police Court, on Jannary Nth, whena | batsmen played with caution at the

named Rayroond Bloixson with having bowhnog they Int with deligltlal free-

2 1 Houghton, th followed, the bawling presented
for’ eens “ieigied with face ee a ett rar in tbe nn tindad recess difileulties, with the Poult that the

RONCO,” which tobaceo | Saingut for plaintit!, and Mr. A. L, [him a sixpence that that was the a share being OO, made in dash-
ovepb, Schoolinaster of tefata ‘Lne redoutable Constantine was Clean

assured that his pronaunciation was 4 be had scored atun and Rogers who

4 light the score stood if 183 runs for

Other

to
prittlege, anc

Uncomfortably | wealth, Aud we sball possess an ads
pereons, including { vantage orer them by reason of out
keographical position, which will pla

o closer touch with South and

us

the organization of the work

have taken intu consideration a

& siutden explosion,”

The Final Test Match,

a

palf past one g
noon. ‘Lhe oppor

begun yesterday at the St. Clair Oval
ab

earmond aad
CG... Sinfth respectively. Winntn

the tons Mr Smith electexlto bat and
vith joseph opened the fnnings for
his ayde, Ollvierre and Pascal being

entrusted with the leather. The Innings

stands adjourned for opened disastroualy for, only $ rune,

on the tins, Joseph was cloan bowled

Pascal with a ball which coum-
feat the batsman Reece,
ohn George, Gammon, Koowles and
Cunfber batch fell cheaply to the bowl-
ing of Pascal and Cipriani, bat Sinall,
who followed him out with exhilar
ating resolution and after seoring
eleven runs was beautifully caught
by 0. P. Bennetb ‘The innings was
brought to a cluse for the meagre total
tuns, “Eatias being Cop rcore

of Mr Learmond « team was a decile
improvement although by no means
faultless, The howling ‘was mat
Paveal, Constantine (Cipriani and
Olivietre secming all tho wickets

between them. In this depart-
ment of the game Phecal was
Bead and shoulder above his col-

leagues, bas ing captuted 3 wickets for
the stall total of 13 tung,

Mr. Learmond steam then occupied
the wickets, the Captain and O. Py
Bennett being the opening par. Noth

stert. but having once mastered the

dom and 30 puns appeared x fore Bene
nett waa caught by Small off John
George, To Jlart aad Cipriani who
no

century was pasmed soon afler Cipri-

etyle, and Hart 12

bowled by Small with a beauty before

followed put bla foot fn front ef a
straight one from Small, Marragin
an emond then became assoctat-
ed, the latter scored all round the wle-
ket with facility while
f out well
deserved punishment toâ„¢dhe Joos
ones from fSmall. At the faillog of

the lose af 5 wickets, Leas mond being
7% vot out and Hatrayin 15 not out.
Apart from an eany elyance to.Lucus
in the shps before he scored, Lear-
mond played faultless crick¢t aud it
is to hoped that he will reach
the coveted century on the resuinp>
tlon of play ati pm today.
the conclusion of play the teams to
represent the colony wilt be picked’
The following are the full sooreas -
Ma. C, 1 Sarris XL.

C,H Sinith ¢ & b Pascal ow
J. Joseph b Pascal _
GLY e Olivfene b Pascal

Jobn Georgee Ollvierre b Pascal
E, , Gaminon ¢ Sealey b Pascal
A, UF Kuowles b Ciprtani an
CG. P, Cumber batch b Clpiiant ..,

C3HuGheeS



J, Smallc OG, 2, Dennett b
‘Constantine . we UD
GQ W. Uranche bOllivierra oo.
T. Lucaao Kelshalt b Constantine = 4
N. Hargreaves nobout .. ow oO
extra@ ~ ow 2
Total wa owe 48
Ma. 0, Leansosp's XL
G0 Learmond noyout wo we «98
0. DP, Bennelbo Small bS. George 17
N, dtait L tieurge oe 1g
A. Ciprlante pinith & Siall ws
J. Oovetanting bull, uo
c, Rogers low, Binal. 1
A. K. Harragin not out .. we WB
te Qhivterre
. Pasea .
Je J Kelsball To Lat.
. iy .
Extras. . te ae oe BA
—p
Total for Gwichets —. ove IMS

HOWLING AWALI MS

Dy MM 1 OW
e/ Ollivierse kag th
V. Puecal ma&R &
A. Olpriaal &j ba
L, Constantine 1. @ @&

SPORTING NOTES’

The latest thing an te q
a it comes rons ‘the

Rtater.] hat is rather Laala
tenis WwW. is a

koown aa “Sigrathon thyieg
and it now excites fe 1 enbuahasn
in Yankee land. [te milo be
young Kentuch naw
ed Handing, wha oat down a few dos
ago all previous records of en:

dueauce io playing the piaao.
lunges we Kir anee up vil Le aed
lasted 30bs tauin Seating bie in
an auichair with cushions at ble back,
Ste Harding started with a“ ragtiiae
tun | The he Folluwed with excerpts
froin UE Pravatere and) Chea anne
apt) Wards tt a pattane he yy

od Vigetcusly for hie Suu, VY ry

teade with the tepatiice tathe eouth
forelan commercial

pay us for the
aus add to our national

ce

and Rive Ws oppor
artied orders

is eplen-

dam and spillway on the
Wo are almost nnani-
wous in the bellef thatthe canal will
him_ but no- | be finished [n the time ret.
fireers tell us that In setting January,
V15, aa the date @f completion, ther

The en-

obstacles which may atise. such as the
overtiowing of the Chagres River, or

“CRICKET AT THE
VAL

, On a perfect wicket and with a
and applicatoin for { tiilliant aun ovethead, the final teat
waa thereupon made | match for the purpose of selecting the
team to represent Trinidad in the
forthcoming inter-colontalcont cat, was

clock in the after
ng teatos were tap.
































































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~~ PO POten ~ =e ‘

TAILORING DEPARTMENT

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