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Port of Spain gazette

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Port of Spain gazette
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Port of Spain Trinidad
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Port of Spain Gazette
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Trinidad and Tobago -- Port of Spain

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Began Sept. 21, 1825.
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-no. 22427 (June 30, 1956).
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THE
PORT OF SPAIN GAZETTE.

No. 4,963 VOL. XX.

i T-*. « •» rrr r\
ADAMSON ft
PItOPERTY REGISTER
C:
FOB SENT.
MBLVILLH COTTAGE now oooupted
by Thc«. Boyd Beq., corner of
Olarenon and Barrack Street*—Power
lion 16th Poor*, 1900,
FOB BENT.
pOTTAGE situate at corner of Circular
W Road od Daroeul’a Lane Belmont,
comprising Drawing, Dining and 8 bed bedrooms.
rooms. bedrooms. front and side galleries, stab'e
accommodation and usual out offices.
Immediate possession.
WANTED,
k~ " T
X GOOD house £narr the Saranna.
**. About three bedrooms and u«uai
out offloos and stables. About |4O or
MO pst month.
FOB BENT.
";QILVHR FERN VILLA, ’* desirable
and oommodious residenoe, Pro.
Oisrrooe Street, opposite the Govern*
MQtLaboratory beautifully situated near
, Savannah—with every convenience
•or a family resldeuoe, Qoach hous hous•w
•w hous•w (tabling and large yard.
-• $ J
—■"■,■■■ - . mm?6affi?
%
l&i
A
SEE our
SPECIMENS
of;
SHiKITB TOMBSTONES,
call at
ADAMtiOaNkj,
Port of Spain,

The Third Week
11
OF, OUB
SPECIAL BARGAIN SALK
WILL BEGIN ON
MONDAY THE 19th,
And will only last but one week. Ah Christmas is near at hand we
are sure economical shoppers and careful spenders will appreciate the
money saving chances we offer this week. Here are a few of
our offerings :
Oar Eossters and B .kere, .The price 840 $1 03, 132 This week 64
72u, 84c.
Com* inathn Dipper—the 'price 24i; this week 15 cents.
Our new Lightning tsieve. The price 240, this week 150
o Venderr, full family siae. The price 30c this week )6o
Lghtnlng Egg Ba .tere and Cream Whip The price 20i {this week 12c
Out -jssortmeatof Steamers. The price 40c and 480, this week £8 aud 860.
Oar Lightening Erg Beater. The price 6o ; this wtek 8o
Bucter Spades. The price 16, 180 and 240 : this week 8,10 and 12
Seit Seaiiug Pie Tins. The price 240 ; this week 180
Our Perfection Oake Tins. The price SO and 400 ; this week 22 and 32 >
Our Glean Out Uake Tins The pr'oe 200 ; this week >6o
O T Machine or Egg Beaters. The prio i4O and 600. This week 24 and 860
Graduated Measuias The price 430; this week 320
Security Kettles The prioe 36, 66 and 60c ; this week 28 38 and 40c
Dripping Paus, The prioe 20, 33 and 40c; this week 18, 24 and 800
'team Uereai Cocker. The price 720 and 1 08 ; this week 000 and 780
Emeral Green Water Seta—l large jug and 6 tumblers. The prioe Jl 20
this week 7Go
Emersl Green Di hea. The prioe 18, 20, 24, 30 and 88c- This week 14
16, 18. 22 and 24
4J icch Ice Cream Plates The prioe Bo ; this week 4o
Oval and Round Glass Dishes. The price 16, 18 and 240 ; this week 8,
10 and IGo
Card Reobivers—assorted colours—the price 3So ; this week 20j
Ohiua Fruit Dishes The price 840 and l 32: this week 45 and 86 and
many other articles too numerous to mention. In fact this
Week’s Bargain Sale is » ooHeoticn of
Useful Household Articles
FOR THE
Coming Holiday reason,
We wish it to he distinctly uuden-tood that these prices a r e for BPO >
UABH and for one week only, after that the usual price will be charged
ONLY AT
66 ffKßiim”
GEORG® Db GAMA & Co,
No, 6, ! Frederick Street.

The largest Benefit Society in the We t Indies
The Sunbeam Benefit Society, Ltd.
Yon may saTet frora ILLNESS,
You may meat with and ACCIDENT,
an yoa must lace DEATH,
Petioles giving protection in these ditfereut oiroumstancea are Issued by the
Society, at a weekly premium of SIX CENTS and Upwards.
Special policies to Professional moil, Clerks and others Insuring £2 10 0 weekly
iu case of Illness or Accident, £26 at Death.
Person* residing in tkt Country iittricU having no local agont are invited to
correspond with the Society.
Interest paid Annually to all Policy holders not having drawn benefits during
the preceding twelve months.
Over 8000 claims have been paid in Trinidad.
Bvery Information afforded to those desiring to become Policy holders,
A. HANSON,- -Secretary & Manager,
NOTH—The Society Is always prepared,to employ oapablo, honest and Industrious
men as Agents.

NATIONAL
Auinuca C#y.
- OF IfiELAND
Established .... 1822
Capital .. -A1,000,000
Fuhdb (over) . M ••• 600,000
Hxad Orvios— 3 College Green, Dubliu
The undersigned having been
.ippointed Agknt and Attobnsy for
ihe FIRE DEPABTMENT, is pre prepared
pared prepared to af’Cupt Bisks at Current
Bates.
FBED K. SCOTT,
4, St Vincent St., Port-of-Bpain.
Telephone- 126
FOB HALE-A BARGAIN.
One Soda Machine
By a CHAPELLh
Complete and iu good working order
Apply at 10 Upper Priage Si

TRINID AD, FRIDA* NOVEMBER 23. 1900

A Good Opportunity
FOR—
A CASH PURCHASER,
THE JuDdarsigned is about loaviop
the Colory and will like to dispose
of bis stable (laod exclusive) aha,:,
Inoludkg also the following Carriages
and Horses :
Thre” Decent i Victoria, 1
Barouche I Diutre
splendid Hoista and 2 Donkey®
Also the following properties :
No 36a Nelson Street
No 14, Nelson Btieet
No 46, Upper Pcluce Street
No 4 Duke St r eee.
The above will be sold together < r
separately.
For panicul»rs anply to
JULES THEODORE,
No 39, Upper Prinoe Street.
FOB SALE
A COTTAGE on Belmont Circular
with ail conveniences fora famift,
FOB RENT.
A L'mall Cottage on Esoaliier Landr.
A. M. CAMPS.
I 13tb Nov;

TRINIDAD
Building and Loan Association.
Nt. 3* MARINE SQUARE, F.
| PAN Meeting-) will be held in the
*“ Office of the Association esu the first
TUESDAY of ever# month to receive
bids for
LOANS ON PROPERTIES,
And fix thhe rate of premiums,
LOANS ON SHAKES
May be applied f> t and granted to
members at any time without above
formality at 8 per cent internet per
annum, wiihnut premium.
For further particulars apply to the
undersigned, at the effioe, between the
hours at 8 s.m. a id 4 p.m.
ALEX. F MATHISON,
Secretary aud Treasurer.
THE
CO-OPERATIVE ICE DEPOT,
East [Dry Bmr, Quarry St,
Ice at ail Hours
lc. PER POUND,
Sold by
A. GONZALES.
cq White Sugar 8c per lb, ffi
Blended Tea 8 por phts. (â–º
Pa Icing Sugar 12c per lb H
M Catron l eal, Jam', Ftuha in â–ºq
« byrup O
Q Biaouitß, Potted Men's, E
(5 Bt, Juliet) Wiue, Bt, Kstepbd oo
CM and Vin Gravtr, Yoik Herns, W
R aet Mu'ton, Boiled Beef,
H Oyster#, Salmon, Kippered
Herrings
uj Herrings a la Sardines, Petits o
a 80ls ' S'
3 Haricots, Vcrta, Beet Root, 2
PQ Csrrots
--*i Capers, O'iios, Ptok'ei White *
and Blac k Pa; por
PC M
C 3 ALSO !â–º
o cn
Garfield Tes, Female Corrective ;â–º
2 Herb f'
§ Herbals Smoking Mixture, Oooa
jjc Kola Wine
& Wampoie’a Bee', Iron and Wine
5g Wampule's U, L. Oil
Hoott Einulficn and Kepler O L £s.
PC Oil with malt extract, ?
AT
F, A. BRUNTON,
Druggist.
Oor. of Park & Charlotte Stra.
Port of Spain,
FOR SALE
AT THE
Electric Lii>ht
AND
Power Go.
800-lbs BOILER COMPOSITION
200 OLD BOILEB TUBES more
or Itse.
OLD COPPER, OIL CASK.
Apply at the office.
EUGENE WEHEKIND,
Secretary.
A RIM A. LOCAL BO AO BO ABB
AT the m«rt! g he I this day fer tilling
* » the vacancy in the Board caused by
the resignation oi Mr J G. Jo Gann.a,
Mr Raise 1 Vignaie vtas duly elected.
HARRIS HARRAUIN,
Returning Officer,
iWsb.UosoUir. 1900,

i*oi pyEy^i^
FANCY & STAPLE DRY GOODS
Amounting to $17,000 00 Received by Liverpool and Mail
Steamers. They have been bought personally for us by
JAMES SKEOCH ESQ.
Trinidad’s Pest and most experiencod Buyer.
ALL KINDS OF FANCY AND BTAPLE DRY GOODS
At from 25 o/o to 50 o/o under Regular Prices.
LADIES ATTENTION «• oakad to a lot of IQ Dozen
Fancy Silk. Parasols
NOT TWO ALIKE,
CHOICE & LOVELY GOODS would be sold in the regular
way at from $6.00 to S.BOO eaoh and cheap, at that we
have priced them at from $2,40 to $3 60 eaoh.
To those having first choice any shade and style oan be had,
We again ask Ladles to eec these aa they are the
smartest & most oboioo lot ever offered at the
prices.
MAGNIFICENT ABbORTMIiNI OF— OFl.ndiew
l.ndiew OFl.ndiew jL fßlhf*'? KSeltfe
Iq 1, 1£ & 1 j inch In assorted shades mid Buckles at from 120 to 24c. eaoh.
Nothing can touch thssu in the City.
mamOO
ffiniM’s Hilt ipa Sion,
SKEOCH & CO.
? üblic Benefactors and Friends of ih* Boor.
* **»■>*» igLisiisiwstsu——sww -■jmernmmmmemmmtmmmmmmmmmmmmm nm mummmm
Iffa for tk biu-tfioiis,
UAND FOK RENE CHEAP.
The Estate known as Laventille
Uituatcd about one aud a ’half mile from tha
City, aud comprising over
300 ACRES OF MO3T FERTILE LAND,
(ALL’ FACING BT. JUAN’S ROAD)
Will be “rented out iu lots 100 ieet x 60 fa t?. Those lands are now planted In
oocouuts, fruit tree# of *ll denoripiloa an 1 p and guinea grass. Au opportunity
is now offered the industrious mau or wjaj.au ta obltiu at a cheap reoial iota of
land which may be sou verted into paying vegetable gardens and small homes thereon.
For further particular# apply to
I?, k. AZA,— Brunswick Square.
mh July, 1900.

COCONUTS bough;
Fully ripe and sound Cocoa Cocoanuts
nuts Cocoanuts bought at
THK TRINIDAD OIL FACTORY
CN THB
LA 3ASSE .
jar CASH ON DELIVERY
WIFE NOTICE.
SIHK Public nre beieby eotified
®“ to |i»e il| credit to my wife R.
beeea Pfer'e, (he hu»i:,g left my hou housed
sed housed protcoMcn elzce the 9th of Jacuan
1«C0.
bis
OH ARLES X PIERRE,
mark
Y rk ' %
16 h N »r. I‘Ua

it« Chums
—AND— —ANDGODLEN
GODLEN —ANDGODLEN FLEECE
TOBACCOS.
Are now nxceptionally Rood, ard
'Hi oontinaa to b« so.
BOTH BRANOB OF TOBLOGO
ato now put up in 2 or. tins,
in addition to the usual i oh.
tics that they have hitherto
bees packed in.
n;v pr 8 ob. Tins a trial ;
- will like thm*

DAILY 2 GEN i 8

A Close Shave:
That CiRA«S PLOT OP tODEi
is badly riding TrirniniMflL ~
Wo soil
NICE. LIGHT, HANDY
LAWN * MOWERS,
GARDEN SHEAR
GARDEN HOSE and
FITTINGI.
GARDEN TOOLS.
Another* Lot
op oua
Famous Saddlery
Has just arrived, and our friends who
have been waiting for a REALLY
GOOD RIDING SADDLE or a set of
EXCELLENT
BUGGY HARNESS
Can be supplied at once,
YOU’LL BUY THINGS CHEAP
AT
Arnott, Lambie & Co.,
Old Bank Building, 50, King Bt.
Telephone ~133,
- â– â– .â– â– â– a
GOVERNMENT HQTIGEB
TENDERS.
For ''upplying Ife Immigration Depots
Fioe Island* with water during tkt
year 1901.
DA'i'K Ut mivurtis, tnent in Royal
D "itte 17»h November 1903,
Data for i.ooiriug Teodors, noon OQ
Thursday 20. h Duounvior 1900. Terras
•.iud oon ttioua ut LLu.fout can be ob obtained
tained obtained on application |o the Protector of
Immifrants.
SUBURBAN WATER RATES
Belmont and Woodbrook
1900—1901.
"I"BE above RATES are now payable
* at the Ustcuiai Treasury aud wL* 1 he
rewired until the Biss December 1800,
alter which date those remaining unpaid
will be handed orer to the Mnrthalfoc
ooUeotiop.
DAVID B. HOR3FORD,
Beoeirer General.
Reociver Uenerai’a office,
6th Norember, 1800,
TENDERS.
for the Lease of Government Landl in tAt
Mont ter rat Ward:
QATK of advertisement in '* Royal
Gazette" gi.iug orras and oondl*
tious of ountraot. 2d.;> October, 1900*
Date lot recasting Touders, noon on
Friday 30th Norember, 1900.
PORT-OF-SPAIN WATER BATHS
1900-1901,
• put; aboro rates are now payable*at
X the Cot ulal Treasury aud will be
received until the 3ist llejombor 1900,
after which data those remaini'g unpaid
will be handed orer to tn« Marshal toe
oolieotion,
DAVID B. HOR3FORD,
U ivec-General,
Reueivei. Usiiuia.« Office.
17th Ootobi r, 1900>
FOR BALE.
ME 3CAGE and LANDJ No. 24*
King trtraev Port of .pain. Apply
|U MR L AMOUR
Soli altos,
No 37 Queen Stseet, Port of Spain
LOOT:
BETWEEN the vlclrlty of Park
Street and the General Peat Otto*
a small Black and White Dug, its name
Is “Tiny’'. Any perron finding and
returning it to Musa Rina will bn
rewarded. -



Seht LUMBER YARD
NOW LANDING
EX SCE JONER ‘TRADER
F OM LIVERPOOL, N.B.
■ "-—ooo
95,000 E* WHITE PINE BOARD
27,000 SPRUCE BOARDS
122,000 ,
Which we offer as usual. Also a large lot of
BARB AI OS WHITE LIMe.
BOHOBNBR & GO’S
Lumber Yard,
Opposite Railway Station.
THE
fey jjiß-fi'cto Hjsfern.
Not; the go-callpd easy system, mark
you, but a horn fide easy system.
CLOCKS, ELECTRO-PLATE,
Watches, Swing Chair's,
ja x cs "sr u x* k s *
Bold upon a system that is easy to ar proved parties.
For Household Goods, Adornments&c.
First oonaalt only the
Cosmopolitan Specialty Company,
J.L. STEELE,
28, Queen Street,
Piano Warehouse.
. Pianos J
? t 4 c';-' Inteei PROOF
gUjgjs omA*s omA*s+â– 
+â–  omA*s+â–  . 0 Aduideratum in
jg Wcf India,,
â–  1 1 . % ' 2J Small MUSICAL
•*H INBtBUMBNfB,
• »■ Guitars.
anjaa, Tiullaa, abuudanse, ;«ad aUo all tha la aal Danse
aud Tonal Mu. 10 .;
Vheflnast and large*! W ABU HOD SB in the West Indies, solely devoted
to the interests of the nautical community.
TUNING AND REPAIRING—A SPECIALITY.
II STRONG —12 Frederick Street.
Photographic Plates
AND
PRINTING OUT PAPERS
ALSO
DEVELOPING AGENTS Etc., such a 8

Vvo,
l >> a Crystals
: > » Sulphite
e Nitric Acid
Cjaioo!
Caustic Boda
Ammonia Solution 880

Hooks for PHARMACEUTICAL STUDENTS, latest editions.
THE BRITISH PHARMACOPEIA 1898.
Squire's Oompm/outo the Hn Pbarms.'opißia Ti e Ei ra Phnr
macopojia ; Martiudale and VVeitco't-
AT

WHB PORT OF SPAIN OAZETT j. FRIDAY NOVEMBKU 23 10uO

Alum
Potassium Oxalate
Hypo
Ammonium Bromide
Potas Carbonate
Oboloride of Hold
Ammonium Sulphooyanide etc

RECEIVED NEW SHIPMENT
Manila Cigars
(CUSTADOB AND WINDSOR)
ALBO
FLAYERS WAVY CUT TOBACCO
IN } lb. TINS
And Hollandia Water
FOB SALE BY
rWE HAVE GOT LEATHER TO SELL
And we mean to sell it to. We have
always sold LEATHER and the more
we sell the more we want to seU.
We now bag to let the publio know that we are oontinnally receiving
both from Europe and Amerioa fresh shipments of
m^: zvjH%L uud ‘« i rATurn
LLHinlLii
WE LEADINTHia LINE.
and which make tha finest assortment aver shown
in Trinidad.-TO SEE 18 TO BUY.
C3-OTsTZ.A.Xj£!B BROTHERS.
Is the Btoht Stork rob Leather.
BHOK-MAXER3, SADDLERS, BOOK-BINDERS.
We have’LEATHER of every kind to suit you. Leather for Uppers, Leatherjjifor
Soles. Leather for Lining. Leather for Slippers. Leather for Fancy Work.
Leather for Belts.
LEATHER IOR HARNESS, LEATHER FOR CARRIAGES.
In fact great varieties of LEATHER are to be found at GONZALES’
Everyone who deals in Leather or makes up leather in any form are invited
to call and see the NOVELTIES IN LEATHER now displayed at our Store,
35, Frederick Street,
REMEMBER! GONZALES FOR LEATHER.

Ex S.S, “SAYAN"
FROM LONDON.
o— oo-5,458
o-5,458 oo-5,458 Bags NAGBA BIOE
30Q Oases MILK —1 lb. Tins— Anglo-Swiss.
â–  oo
EX S.S. ORION’
FROM LIVERPOOL.
1,050 Boxes SOAP, 56 lbs.,—2oa. Prize Medal.
200 „ do. 50 „ —24 s. do.
for;4ale:by
JULIAN ARCHER & Co-
Fort-of-Spaln, South Quay,
31et October, 1900.

DENTAL PARLOUR.
No, 12 Frelerieh Street, opponte Mr.
Maptep'e Groce ry.
VnavaoKi No. 10.
DR. C- H. DALY, D D.g.
â– xtraoMon of Teeth and othe, opera operations
tions operations .performed without pain by
approved
-vAnssthetia System.
Personally selected Teeth for Artificial
Dentures, Gold ai d Sliver Stopping*:
guaranteed and at
SEASONABLE FBIOBB,

SALE FOR TUB3DAY THE 18th
DKUKMHEIt 11HX)
I JUBLIO NOTIOE Is hereby liven that
* uniter and by virtue of the Statutory
Power of Sale oeuferred upon Mortgage* a
by fci.o Oonveyat oing and Law of Ft •
perty Or Muano e 1884 and by virtue c f
Used dated 34th January 1888 Registered
aa No 187 Protoool of Deeds for that year
and made betweuu Angela Ncgonl oi tbo
on* pa t (iir.oa and Harret
Kokatuin (also aiooe d«oeaa«d)of the other
part, there will b« put up for sale by
Publio Auction bv tbs uudenigoed at the
M»rt No. 3 St, Vlcocut Street Port- f-
Siiatn on Tuesday the 18th December
1800 brtwoeu the h 'ire of cue and two
of the clock in the iiornoon.
AH and Singular th«t certain parcel i f
land aud the uietra*|e tbervou known »•
lot No. 188 Guanepo fctrcat in the Town
of Arhu* end abutting ou the North upcn
* lot of land belongli g *o one Alexandi r
Noel, South ou Guanapo Street. K»»t on
» let of laud belonging to one Jean
Pierre Ay*r a->d on ti e West on lands
lately of one Leon Oct teno but now l> •
longing to one George Jack or howsoovt i
the same may be butted or bounded
U gather with the appurtenance* thereto
teionglug.
l'atad thi* 13th day of November UK 0.
(agd) FRED, Km. SOOTT,
Auctioneer.

Revolver Stout,
Revolver Stout.
Not only the moat stimulating, but
also the moat nourishing STOUT,
gold on this Market.
Brewed in Scotland from the purest
Malt & Hops only, and matured in
Wood for 18 months to 2 years
before being bottled
Beware of Imitations
AH& FOR
REVOLVER BTOUT
AND BKE THAT YOU Gfl* IT.
Many Spurious and Worthless
imitations «re being offered to the
Public, by unscrupulous shop shopkeepers.
keepers. shopkeepers. and on the 7ih November,
a shopkeeper was convicted before
the Magistrate of Port of Spain for
bottling off Common Stout in bottles
bearing the " Bevolver Stout" label
and selling same as the genuine
article, and a fine of £lO or two
mouths imprisonment wag inflicted.
NOTICE.
A REWARD OF £IOO
will bo paid to anyone giving Bucb
information as will lead to the con conviotion
viotion conviotion of any person or persons,
bottling off interior rubbish, and
palming off game on the public as
*' Bevolver Stout ”
11 Revolver Stout” can be ob ob'ained
'ained ob'ained in barrels containing 7 doz.
Piets or 4 do*. Quarts, from all
Dealers, and by retail of all resect resectable
able resectable Shopkeepers, or Wholesale of
BUST, TUOVVBBIDOE & 00,
Sole Agents for Trinidad.
Chioou Steeet,
Aiilh Nou., 19Q0,

CANNON STOUT
For the Islands. Country or Family use
Is now put up in BOXES of
2 OR 3 DOZEN PINTS
N.B.—This stoat is exalc.sivel? used »i the Government Institutions. Professor
Carmody, Givetnmeot Aualyst. desoribes it a< “of good quality para and
wholesome.”
• THE TRIN'DAD BREWERY COY LTD-

E Ade PASS & CO
9. BROAD ST.—LONDON.
A. £-:■ Lj AJROE LLi Ei S COFFEE EXCHANGE, “NEW YOBK.
General Commission Merchants.
Mr. 0. B. -de Mercado a member of] the above firms is
now in Trinidad and may be seen or addressed at the office
of Mr. L, J. Bernsteiu owner of Lower Charlotte Street and
Marine Square.
Arrangements can bo made with him for the execution of
indents from the United Kingdom, the Continent of Europe
and the United States, and also for the handling of consign consignments
ments consignments of all description of West Indian Produce.

MacKenzie and Kirton,
GENERAL COMMISSION A ESTATES AGENTS,
Have jaat reoeived and offer for
salt a freah shipment of
HOSTER’S WIENER BEER
Also another lot of our
AMERICAN ROAD CARTS
Os apeoially strong make, and
ONE FOUR-SEATED ENGLISH DOG JCSART.

CHRISTMAS.
Just t?oeived oar firal
shipment of
XMAS GOOD?
Including:—
Huntley and ;Palmers Biaouita, Fruita la in Syrup,
Jama, Sweets, GhrystaU’zad Fruits, Figs, Pruaes,
Shell Almonds, &a. A HAT POLISH, —Blaok, Green, lied, Straw, Brown,
Dark B!ae, &a.
THE ROYAL PHARMACY .
FRANCIS A. JON EB,—Druggist,
41, Charlotte St., Port-of-SpaiD.
Fmhiffiyiis, Fresh Arrmls,
THIS WEEK FOB THE
Trinidad Pharmacy
Trl A “IVES. H A.IVES.
EDAM CHEESES & TABLE BUTTER,
JAMS & CURRANTS in oases,
SHILL ALMONDS & NUfa,
HUNTLEY & P *â–  LMEBB BISCUITS (seaortfd)
P&bC .LL’S C..IAF&Oi IuNEtU.
Porta. Madeira and Sherries,
Haul Sauternea end Graves.
VIM X> ' " TBMik*: Cj.KR.AfB.
Wholesale Buyers visit the
TRINIDAD PHARMACY,
GEO. 0. DIKFFENTHALLLB, -Manager. **

THB
Produce
Exchange
3i, MARINE SQUABH.
PORT-OF-SPAIN.
ALL AUCTION BALEB
AT 1 P-M'
UNLESS OTHERWISE ADVERTISED.
rRK Uudersigneu h,s been instruaW
â–  tu sell by Public Auotiou all toodi
a« advertisea below for the benefit of Z
partie. concerned. Iu all OM6<
are CASH due aud payable ou the fall
of the Hauuuer.
aUOaIuTn SALE
—•OF— —•OFBIj
BIj —•OFBIj ¥ GULES
(NEW & SECOND HAND),
—ON—
Friday, 23rd Novr„ 1900,
4 BICYCLES Spalding new
1 do Wellington do
1 eo Eclipse Sec, hand
1 do Crawford do
1 do Nsssaw ao
1 do Eagle do
1 do - do
1 do (Qhildi) do
1 TRICYCLE .. do
Terms Cask,
J. RUSSELL MURRAY,
Produce Broker & Auctioneer.
SALE BY'AUCTION
v —CF -
150 Bbls Flour—Tigre Lilly,
AND
Merchants Consignments
At the Saleroom of thj Produce
Exchange on
Tuesday, 2ith Novr., 1900,
at 10 A M.
rp HE unde signed will sail by Auction
JL tne above ouneigument ot FhColl
aud the following to close etooks;
100 Bags Did DLL
65 Bjgi BALL AM RIGE
Tor mi Cash before delivery.
J, RU iSELL MURRAY,
Produce Brener and Auctioneer,
AUCTION SALE
OF— OFSTOJRB
STOJRB OFSTOJRB FITTINGS
ON -
Tuesday, 27 th Novr, 1000.
At IPM,
THE undersigned wi,l sell by Public
Auction at tbs Store of MR JULES
A, DARIEL, Miu'ne Square, the unde*
uotetl 8 ote Fittings aud Snndriae.-i
large glass case. 3 small do, 2 Osuiiteri 1
1 stand, sundrita, Lumber, 1 Wash ittnd,
i tide Board, 1 Bottdflg Mschioe. 1 Din Dinner
ner Dinner Waggon, I bo da Fountain (msrble
lilted), 1 Ofiije desk,
Terms Cash,
j. BUSSELL MURRAY,
Produce Broksr & Auctioneer,
SIXTH
Live Stick Site,
Tues day, 4th Deor„ 1900,
(Particular! later.)
SALK BYTuGTION
OF
ELECTRO PLiTBD WARE AND
FANCY GOOD 3
Ou or about December 3rd ygjg
aent of English Fanoy Foc£, j
plated Ware. China Tea Sett,
Cases Fish Knives and Forks etc,•»'
(full detail* later)
HOBBB AND
BKGISTIfiB.
to the nnmbvr of sppUttgl j
V (or the Private Sa.e of H. I
Stock and Vehicles. The uo<*l
has arranged to open“ ;
for the above Stock "J** I
Bale. Further •» I
terms etc. to be hed o
,h. ;
First List tor p ' i, * t * I
Salss:
SpT_* oaraues so^v* 1 j
602-A BAY ° i KLl)l^ le . ia her** I
Good aotion. V 3
F*at. iia . Good I
603 —A MULB-u>« !,0 “
Draught H*f—d 3 ** I
606-APONY-2AJ®" -; I
(OJ haruese or ssdd ll '
Vehicles. I
an d now in use. -j _ L's» I
IC6A OJJ.er.W. j fc
strong far i-k I K
TOr-AOAB -Se*teo
o-rditior- Ainiast I
ICB-A ViCTuHU (tv* I
Llfhtsnl »n ld I
built
110-SNGLH! ffj',,-* *** I
Horse »cd j (f . I
tarnrulic b I
111 OIG-Seeted «or t" I



CHINESE & JAPANESE WARE
WILL BE OPENED UP NEXT WEEK.
FOB FASBIONABLL WJS4B FOR GENTLEMEN—For Wmkirg Clothe, for man we you ont a* the loweat price for HIGH GRADE GOODI, There are a few Hoe. just orenlr*
op—Soolety and <’euturlon Fashionable double Collar, cnr price i. 150 each wa .trike ".ne
medium knowing that a 200 and 340 Cellar will laat no loDger than our 16c one. Try it,
Boamania Collar fat neck. 12c each Polo the old favourite 4 ply 160 each. Prince ronrd
sloping point, very foahionable 120, The Wol.e'ry a Military Collar 2 6-Bth front 21n back
120, The Military If back, 2io front 120 e«ob, The Cable and Oon.nl turned downrquate
front iOo A 120. Ouffj for Links Solitalro. nil price. Insertion Oo iar. A Doffs. Yet another
Lot of TIBS—We have without doubt the Nggest.ahowing of Ties in Trinidad from » S>!k
Derby at 8c np to a Handk.rrhief knot, Bows by the thousand old shape, and fashion,
newest and a> car ra*ular piioea, Jaeyars Oolio Belt* and all wool money bolts, Leather
Sporting Belle; Snk Cricket Beits. Cashmere half hose in navy, bine, Blaok and Steel theae
we retail by the | doH at our wholesale price—we have a special line at 6s the | dos. See
our Tweeds, Sargee k Coatings—you can’t better their,
SMITH BROS- & CO—THE BONANZA.
We have been receiving BIGYOLFB b/ every mall, and wo sell them every day, this week
ws make a apeoiai offer, We know you aw buy a S2O machine-but cannot buy one like the
EXPRESS under S3O yet we are able by t&k!< g a quantity to place the Express on sale at S2O.
The Express bss Wooden mudguards to fron k and rear wheel with nickel plated fittings, good
corrugated tyrea low or upright handles, Tool b»g and tools, all bright parts nickel plate*. Well
finished and enamelled plain black with n&moolate marked
BXF'KiKESk ; FOR S2O SPOT CASH
Ladles exaotly the same but for the addlCoa of a brake—price for spot oaah also $22. With
narrow Coaster and bob brake $6 extra.
CUE EAGLES & CRAWFORDS
ARE STILL FAVOURITHB.
BICYCLE RACfiB to be held next month, we have 1 MONARCH RACER »nd i*> »
sure winner. f-POT OABH PRICE $50.00,

SEE OUR
PARIS SWING CHAIR
For Children and Adults—A SPECIALITY.

ICJS ESTABLISHMENT,
48, King Street,
C. Id. flaiaj & , Proprietors.
AT THIS OLD & WELL KNOWN ESTABLISHMENT
YOU UAW GET :
WODEIIEB, WINES, LIQJO33 OF ALL KINDB
Moatoi the finest quality, $o our regular customers only,
it is not sold for cash.
HARDWARE, house FURrpHING GOODS, EARTHENWARE
i Cutlery, Plated Ware, GUasware, and many
other item 1 ? too numaroi i r , > specify.
WSjhsye recently transferred all our Qt v >f[es, Liquor and Hardware from
No. 47 toonrowu pramiia8 i No, 48 /.Tara it is more compact and better
flilplayed, and wg will baglai i Ri our cmi/omars aud the general
rablio will inspect same at their ooov mionce â– 
O L hal rarer oo
D.u W lOE ESTABLISHMENT.
. 9th Sorr,. 19QQ.
DAVIDSON & TODD
THE AROADfi
»<
What about youn Uiiristmas Presents
Anything is not good enough. Boy them while there is a
good assortment to oboose from. At the Arcade yoa oan
h»?8 the best value and genuine quality at the right prices.
Received Ex R.M.B. “DON.”
**â–  Selection of SILVERWARE and EIECTRO-PUTE
I ebenwly pretty GOODS in the very latest artistic designs.
ALSO
I ana* ove, y assortment of FANCY BABKETS
««BMket Ware in W.P. BASKETS, WORK BASKETS, WALL
Ladle, k . POCKETAc, Ac.,
thavb h °w oar,y t 0 806 a " tbe low P r * oeß whioh
ynave bean marked must ensure speedy sales.
I LOT OF
yitnor <£ Newtons Artist Studio*.
are the very latest published and this lot
tains some very effective studies. Complete
j* o®* 0 ®* or Artists Materials kept in stock, oolours
abes, Varnishes, Oils, Brushes, Pencils,
yona, &o, fc3BCC3'gSr»
I ect ' on of Toys in the island, Toys of every
0 Bu * fc ever Y purchaser. All articles marked
( I IOM6B t margin of profit
: tAVIDBON AND TODD.
,1 . The Arcade,
t 1 ! r.

THE PORT OF SPAIN GAZETTE, FRIDAY NOVEMBER 23. 1900.

Queen's
Park
Cate
ON account of not receiving Fur Furniture
niture Furniture Queen’s Park Gaft v-ill
not be opened on lfitli as advor>
tiaed; but as soon as ready the
public will be notified.
JOSE F, REIS’
CHERRY BRANDY.
LEADS ALT, OTUEhS
SBB THAI YOU GET
W TH« G**uin* Artlelc,
TAKE NO OXHBB
«• an savArjafi a>
THIINEW YORK ESTABLiSHMENT.
The »al Riling Sin
REIS’S GENUINE CHERRY
BRANDY.
THIS popular o:rdt*l, besides being
used for occktailr, etc., la also used In
the makinc of oakes, where its fine and
aromatic flavour oonsidsnbly increases
their richness.

ia o st er
SPECIAL PAINTS
Leave a glossy and perfect finish, are more lasting, have more
body and are cheaper by 2/ a Keg to any
other Brand.
Rose' Special Enamels 15c.
Ross' Special Varnish 12c.
BARGAINS
BEDROOM GLOBE LAMPS 21c
PARLOUR I AMPS SIOO
AT ROSS' WAREHOUSE.
KINGtiZBBET.

DRY GOODS
WHOLESALE & BFTAIL.
Immense shipments to hand thia week we are still opening up but the following will be on
Bale Monday at these retail prices :
While and Black Crinoline at 6s a yard. Dbo ties (9f yds) 700 each, French Rlastlo Duck or
Can vs a for Tailors nse, Brown and Cream 24in wide 8a and Oo a yard. White Ground
oolcu-ed *ttlp* Si’esiss 80 4- !0o a yard, B acb Uottoo* 30 irob 8o a yard. Whit* COTTONS
bfh wholesale & retail we give the farest ind best value in the trade. The following makea
are now in stock—The Sterling Cloth, Ferrily Shirting, Satin Finish, Defender, Snowfl*be,
Judge, La Belle, Silverstream, Butterfly Sl.irtiuf, Great Suooß*a Dewdror, Perfection, The
Koaa.
ALL PRICES IN DOMESTICS-SOUND VALUE,
PMo Blue Oxf >rds 6c and 8o Fancy Oxfords Good Patterns 6o 8o and 100 a yard, SB!n Booit
Haneapua Orssh 12u a yard, A finer make of Ca?h a fsvonrite Bnlting, 12a a yard, 28In Khaki
Drill, good shade, will wear well ISo a yard, Barnsley Kbeki Drill 2Cln absolutely fast ooicr 160
a yard. 24m Kbakl Drill 120 a yard—2 Bin at 15i a yard, all prices and Nos. in out Blown Drills
all round regular value Butchers blue Lungere*« 3 n i wide 8o a yard, white union Drills a big
â– took at ec iOo 120 and up ta 20c, 7ca Bns & 12 z White Duoka, Blue Denims (just In) 8 and
9 cz—Red back, blue derices 8 ca. Woodbury Ducks (all sizes), B’ue and white st'ino Tlr.en Ticks
103 180 20c, 30ir Twill Dpmestio splendid value 80, col’d atripep DrmestJca 60 a jard 26
fuohes wide, Table Linedeuma, Mabagony m»r la and Fancy patterns 240, Cretonnes pretty
patterns and oolcurings 6c and upwards.
Every home puts on e brighter appearance at this th* brightest season of the year, this
Xmsa you oan do it at little cost by bringing our Chuddaha 26 inches wide a deooratlug plain
Muslin in shout SO besut ful oclora see these only 6c a yard, a big assortment of white Lsce
Blinds at 6c a yard. Something new In Art Muslin, plain oolore with 48in wide Bob friDge ret
cnly 4 shade® 200 a yard, 26i0 Art Muslin hundreds of battrtiful patterns and oolonrirgi for
you to choose from 6c a yard, Art Muslin 40ia dark grounds pretty patterns and stylish only 8
a yard, 30io Colored A-t Muslin with boarders 6c » yard, Mo- daisy Muslin vo*y handsome 160
a yard, Ottomon Delhi Muslins theae are simply lovely all the most beautiful and delicate shadea
100 a vard. plenty of other makes of Muslins belrg ebown in value right up to 860 a yard All
wool Damasks Repps In rads A greens, Laoe Curtains; Taped paired ready for use at 860, 48a.
600 $1.90 and np to 16.C0. Colored SPk Laoe Curtains by the pair Frilled Curtains very hand handsome.
some. handsome. Pee our showiog of these goods. New lines in 5o 6o 7o ABo prints—sound value and
haueeome patterns, Fancy colored Cheviot Shirtings splendid colors and patterns, a nice soft
cloth 28in wide 100 a yarl, SOIn Purple Prints immense assortment at 0o a yard, Black and
White Deaendes »t Ba. Big shipment of Madras Handkerchiefs, Black and White and Colored,

SMITH BKOTHEBS & CO
IPT FJ B 31sTATTZ A.-

JOSE F, REIS’
tmm BOUQUET
-
s | «
g,
t i |
si : $
® l |
The Dev ud Ptpilit Drill.
tiF' ABK FOK If.
f 9 Do ?Ht*lned *1
The Bichufe ud Risleg Su
REIS’S SANTIAGO BOUQUET BOUQUETAVERY
AVERY BOUQUETAVERY pleasant Cordial, equal to
and f»r supedcr’t’ on many higher
pilcod Liqueur,. May be used either
plain or mixed with soda water! For
oooktalls or punob It ia unexcelled.

| TRIP TO QUARANTINE STATION STATIONTHE
THE STATIONTHE STAEM YACHT
T » fi l l 3> A 1»
Will take pt,Bßengerß to the Royal
Mail in quarantine on
THURSDAY 22nd INST.,
leaving the Queen’s Wharf Jetty
at 3.30 p.m. sharp
SINGLE FARE GOo
RETURN FARE 96a
ELLIS GRELL & Cd.
Agents.
TPL- LANOASHIRK
S'lRB AND LIF»
insurance
Company,
CAPITAL*Z J 63,000.000.
Paidnp Capital and
Fund £1, 640,033
T NSURANGES efleoted
1 against loss or damage by
fire on buildings a&d oontents
of Warehouses, Office, Shop
aud stoic premises aud Private
Dwelliugj ri moderate rates.
Irompt and Equitable B title
rnent of Lotte «.
Aojbptb ;
SMITH BROS A OO
Thb Bonanza.
Porto
Tr n lad
8. 8. “ MANZANAKEB.”
end the public are hereby
O notifi.id that tbe 8.8 11 Miiunuw'
will be withdrawn from esrvioe fur clean cleaning
ing cleaning end rep ire from tbe 20»h November
to tbe I2:b December, on whloh date the
wlllremme her Itinerary by the Brathert.
route,
18th November, 19T0.
LaTFST NEWB FROM
ABROAD
By We«t India A Panama Telegraph
00. Limited
New York, Novr. 22nd.
A deeps'bh from Pretoria an.
nounoee that on Bunday Lord
Roberta felt with his horee aid was
badly braised and shaken, but bat
slnoe sent telegrams with reference
to the war It is also reported that
he has privately telegraphed to Mi
Brodrlok, the Beoretary for war
ttatiog that be was not hurt.
Oiber Roulb Afrioan news reporit
that on tbe nineteenth the Boeit
surprised an outpost of the Bofl
Pootb West of Balmoral, tbe latte
'oslcg 6 men killed, five woundec
and an cfllcrr and thirty men taka
prisoners. Tbe outpost bss sina
been re-oooupied.
It ie believed tbsi this aslivity bj
tbe Beers is designed to afford a
basis for Mr Kruger's m-goiiations
(or tbe stoppage of boalili.h*.

Cricketing Goods.
We are old re. fable supplies of these GOODS see our new Stock.
BOOK-, TOYS. GAMES. MUSIC-
Our Tor ebow is no* in fall swing, it has exceeded onr expectations as an attraotioD—bnyfof ii
made e;sy, for one is aurrotuided by hundreds of dolls of every description and toys by th«
thousand all lighted by eleotricity—these lights are placed in large Chinese lanterns making a
iorely effect. We have a special lot of Chinese I»r,terns this year ranging from 100 to I' each.
Tbs Union J -ok Lantern special at BSo & 4Ho these are a few things In the show, Magic LantwmS
with 60 pictures lamp &o this Is no small toy but will throw a good picture 3s each, The new
patent Ascot Baoit.g game with 6 horses 91,70 each, Tiddley Wicks, a highly amusing gam*
only 36c, Snap Garda 360 a pack, Girls own Set, ocmprisfu* 2 Tennis Racquet, 2 Bails, 3 Shuttle
Goclra and a Skipping rope all in 1 box #l7O. 1 Billiard Tab’s—2 Cues, 3 bails, Perketa fog
adjusting on ordinary tables, bagatelle bails end adjustment complete for 4 dols. Cuckoo Oiook%
Musical Clocks, Musical Boxes, Father Xmas, Banjoes Flutes, Flageolets, Concertinas, Auto
Harps, Drum*, Qnatroa, Guitars, Violins, Clarionets, Mclodiona, Tambourines Ac,
SMITH BROS- <& CO—THE BONANZA*
boo tsra sHosa
Oar Xmas GOODS for thin department are opening up splendid value and inolnde :
GENTS Black Calf Laoe Boot toe cap aud medium sole 91.92 a pair, Gents Tan Elastic Side
Boot pointed toe with aap good value 2 16 a pair, Gents Satin Ua.’f imitation Button Elastic Side
Boot medium sh and Fancy toe cap per pair 10a, Gents Tan Derby Lace Boot medium toe. too
oep, lined leather, one of orr best values 2.16 a pair, Gents B'aok Derby Laos Boot medium toes
too oap, lined leather, «, ne o? our beat valuea 216 a pair Klaatlo Side Black Calf Boot plain
pointed toe imitation buttons 275 a pair, Gents White Buff Boots Unsd isather with oi without
toe oap, very easy 4.50, for cool wear our White Oanvea Boot with and without toe asps grand
value 240 a pair, Gents Tsn Ooas Calf Laos Boots lined leather, you eannot buy better 6.00 •
elr. The Up-to-date Boot Blaok Calf laoed, all leather I'niog Bull dog toe 300 a pair, Blaok
If Laoed Boot Hand sewn Rued leather square toes, oomfortable 4.80 a pair, Low Bhoes in all
tha above mtkea at proportionate prloe.
CARACAS BOOT? FOB LADIES AND GENTLEMEN-
Newest shapes in AMERICAN BOOTS for Ladies and Gentlemen.

OUit EXPEBSS BICYCLE FOB 20 DOLS.
IB A MARVEL— WiE. HAVE TESTED THIS MACHINE and you have our
Word that It la a reliable WHEEL.

The Capetown Argos atales that
there will be no difEoulty in holding
General Botha In the North Bast of
the Transvaal until he is starved
into surrender.
A Berlin despatch annoanoes that
the Vosaisohf. Zeltung, disapproves of
the Boer emigration into German
South Watt Africa, arguing that
they wIU hold together, forming a
state wi bin a state, and that gene generations
rations generations will puss before they baoome
manageable through forgetting their
former iudepr adent statue and aepl aeplratio’s,
ratio’s, aeplratio’s,
A dt-spatoh from Marseilles reports
that hid weather yesterday ruined
the decorations in honor of Mr
Kruger, aud dampened the entbu*
aiasm of the pubiio, Ii also pre prevented
vented prevented his lauding, thus giving an
opportunity for re-organizing his
welcome.
Loudon news mates that Mr
Ohoale, the United States Ambas.
sudor, hsa made friendly represen representations
tations representations to the Govurnmant against
England allowing llong Kong to be
used as a military base by the Fili Filipinos.
pinos. Filipinos.
The death is annoanoed of Sir
Arthur Sullivan, the well-known
musioal oomposer.
St Petersburg despatches report
that the Gear is better, The Caere Caerewi wi Washington news states that Mr
Oouger has informed bis Govern
ment that the punishments deoreed
by Obina were inadequate. It is
understood that Mr Conger agrees
with bis Diplomatic Colleagues, but
disagrees with his superiors at
Washington who think impossibi*
lities are being asked of China.
Yaobiiug news annoanoes that
work has begun opon the Defender
of the Queen’s Oap. Mr Batter
Danoan will be the manager for the
syndicate of builders whieh is eom eomposed
posed eomposed of five gentleman, Messrs.
Bsi moot, Stillman, Payne, Bourne
and Walters.
Sir Thomas Llpton has been ap appointed
pointed appointed honorary Ooionel of the
Highland Light Infantry.

PRICES CURRENT
Nsw York, November 2/nd
Flam City Mill* for Iks
Want indies pas banal 94,05 to 4.10
Meal Kiln dried ... 125 % 340
Ftw Season's FgiK ..12* |o IS
fJsn?? M« u * Poik ~ ..12 to 12*
i Crystals pas lb.. 4 3-6
Burn* J Fuh to Goo •
I MaSniag** .. 3 7-8
Fnglltk Ht ad* Molasses
pa* gellon ... ~
I'rsminm on Gold ~
Kzeh-nt* Niw Y«V A
*ccdrn , 4 81 to 4,81*
Louden, November 22nl
{Cruciate Cry,
j tide owl .. 14/0 to 15,0
Suez*-} Mmoovado p o»| 110 m 12 3
( Goruian Beat 68
1 0/0 (.0.b... 9/7*
Dvoiaiaia Bun par gal 1(9 to li’O
Trinidad Cocoa, Good
Middling Bed, p«i »rt 73/
(’onrrls *•» i> terart 9811-16
Bank o( England tats of
DHtonst ~ h. 4 p«s caul
Java 1 tja* 46 per osnt
Gibraltar or Ukaruwl lot
ordar- Seating senna
pes owt ... ~ 12/9
Hit* p»» e&i-i, Kants*
In I*»irfs .. .. 100 66
* As the grade oi *‘ Fair to Gcod
Re 6 :i.' •" is now obaolsttr. it Is under;
sCj'h’ Of' this quotation applies to
Muig. v*.\ etlo test” loa>**id

TRINIDAD RIFLE_ ASSOCIATION,
TWENTY-FIBBI ANNUAL
MEETING.
Tub Trinidad Bilie Association
opeued their twenty tirst annual prize
meeting at St. Clair yesterday
morniug at ten o’clock. It is worthy
ofuote, that the entries at this meet meeting
ing meeting surpassed those of last year and
even many previous years, aud that
much encouragement was given to
the poorer shots of the association by
giving them handicap points. The
shooting yesterday was very good;
aud possibles wore the order of
tho morning. Mr J Addie was the
iirst to score a possible at tidO yard*,
in tha ” ikreo Crowns Challenge Cup/*
putting on seven bulls, which included
jtvvo Sighting shots. Major it John*
stouo next followed him with a possi*
hie at 200 yards, and a like number of
bulls, which also included two aight*
ers. Mr A Warner was the next to
score u possible at oQO yards, coming
out with a similar amount of bull**
ihe two last possibles were made in
the “ Bonanza Challenge Cup,”
Major Johnstone also made a possible
at 000 yards in tho same competition,:
I Shooting for the “ Ladies Competi*
Lon,” as well as the “ Revolver Com Competition”
petition” Competition” was commenced at the alow
of the events yesterday, Shooting
to-day begins at Sa.m, sharp. Sir O G
Knollys took part in the shooting yes yesterday
terday yesterday i
The Rev. W M Springer will not
except any money prizes at thia meet meeting,
ing, meeting, but will hand them over to the as association.
sociation. association. The competition continue*
to-day, and Saturday, Tha following
were the soorea made yesterday.
1. Tua Tube* Crowns Challenge Cup,
presented by II S Tappin, Esq— Esq(Handicap)...6
(Handicap)...6 Esq(Handicap)...6 rouuds at 2W,G
at 600 and 5 at 600 yards.
Open to member* only. Entrance
Fee $2,
WINNERS. SCORES FRIZ*
EAdic .. ~ 70 Ist Prize: CC A 112
W Kircaldie .. 63 2nd
Kev W M Spriuger 66 Bid ~ g
CNUNoiman.. 65 4th ~ —5
A Warner ... 65 sth „ _ 3
T Peake 64 6th 2
2. Tm Grant Cuallenoe Cup—7
rounds at BUO yards.,.Open to
members only. Entrance Fee $2.
WINNERS SCORES fit lilt
Major R Johnston 32 Ist Prize: CCA iU
A|Winner ._ 32 2nd „ -»3
j Adio .. ~ 30 3rd ~ 6
t Peake .. .. 29 4th „ 5
Rev WM Swinger 23 sth ~ —3
Capt W S Liar went 23 6th 2
3. The Dewar Challenge Gcp_.7
rounds at tioo yards - Open to
mambers only. Entrance Gee §2.
' WINNERS SCORES FKUE
A Warner .. 33 Ist Prize: CCA 112
J W Meyer ... 32 2nd ~ -$3
1 Peake ..31 3rd 6
Kev W M Springer 31 4th „ 6
SII Tappin .. 30 6th ~ —3
W Kircaldie ~ 23 6ih „ 2
4. Tun Bonanza Challenge Cup— Cup(Handicap)
(Handicap) Cup(Handicap) 5 rounds at 200, ff
at 500 mod & at 600 yards——
Upon to members only, Entxano*
Fee $2.
WINNERS SCORES FRIZR
Major K juhnston 70 Ist Prize: CCA |l2
Kev W M Spriuger 63 2nd „
K P MaeKenzie 67 3rd _ Q
A Warner ~ 60 4ih „ fl
hirC C Knollya 66 Oth —. 3
J Adia •• ; • 6lh „S*

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MILLERS STORES LIMITED.
OUR FURNITURE SHOW ROOM
IS NOW FULLY STOCKED WITH ALL KINDS OF
English, Austrian, American & Creole FURNITURE
Bed Room Suites from .... ... .... .... $75 00 Dining Tables 6 ft, 8 ft. 10ft, 12ft from .... .... ..... slotos4s
Bureaus „ .... - •••• •••• $14.00 to 50.00 Dining Chairs „ .... .... .... 96c to 180
Chest of Drawers „ .... .... .... $ 6.00 to 22.00 Sideboards with Mir T ß hom , „ , •••■ - .... S2O to 35
Washstands, with and without marble, from 960 to $14.00 .... $14.00 Dinner Waggons u Walnut, Cyp and Cedar
A Splendid English made Mahogany Cabinet with 10 bevelled plated Mirrors 150 dollars
LADIES WRITING DESKS IN MAHOGANY AND OAK FROM 9 DDLS TO 15 DDLS
Marble Top Tables from .... .... .... $2.50 to 12.00 Meat Safes from .... .... .... .... $5.50 to 12.00
Musio Cabinets Tee Chests „ —• .... .... .... 6.60 to 10.50
Revolving Spring Back Office Chairs Curtain Poles and Fittings
Wardrobes & and Presses in Mahogany, Walnut, Oak and Cedar from $13.00 to 80.00, Bedsteads, Springs, Mattresses and Pillows in all sizes and Prioes,
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“THE TIMES’’
A Fine assortment of TWEEDS. Also Blue Cmtings and
Blatk Coatings, Flanaolotto Shirts at all prices. Hosiery,
We havt just received 120 doz. Hon'.h Africau TIES which will bv gold
it the very low price of 6j etch and which is wjrth 15c. ,
We have also received 500 aoz. of
3KOESICSF ’ Cl 4P M which wiii be Bold
from 6c each to 480,
LADIES BOOT DEPARTMENT.
OO -
edieg’ Black Oloth BOOTS at 3/, 3/6. 4/, 4/6, 5/. Ltdies Glossy Galosh
Olotb Top Buttoned B ots fiom 4s I) 10 1. Indies’ Glossy Strap
Shoes from 30a to $2,16.
MEN’S BOOTS
IN VARIETY.
Carpet Slippers from 15c to 48c. Lather Slippers from 2a to 4a
Another Large Shipment of
BOYS FAMILY BOOTS
AT OCR GENERAL LOW PRICES PRICESHENDERSON
HENDERSON PRICESHENDERSON & CO,
“THE TIMES."
2», FREDERICK ft QUKEN STREETS.
100 BAGS VENEZUELAN COFFEE,
60 G* ■res Vermouth, pint* and quarts—Noillv Pratt & Co.
60 Cases Morton’s Jain?.
Jii;t Received per S. S, Marav.il
Kincau’s Oervelat
SAUSAGES.
do. Vienna
KINGAWS SLICED BACON. KING*N S POTTED HAMS & TONGUE*
English Harness Leather,
AUSTRALIAN FOLE LEATHER,
F o hipments of German Dutch Sugar and Red Ball Beer*
P H SCHEEHEB & Co

wife Nuiiw*.
THE public In burthy i.'tjfied that I
wiil not bo reaponalli.'e f r ai'y d t.i j
or debt* oon»-8o»**d b* mv wife Ar f*M. .
Moron* d« rh" b*vio, 1* fS m} j
n«B nd 11 tei lion «’ oo hr< v. in ?• ts > |
8,0.
JACINXHO Da F3Bir*b’ I
'id, QbiurlotU Stmt

NO 1 ICE ICE£
£ ICE£ 'fUSTOMKKS Olid o*b«r p.«rro *
j 1 J hatin, bualroM wish *ho St, P*ul'r
j Pb»r.a«or, cor «r of Qu. on art) Diu'o"i
| Street*, aro bend y n iWedthrt 1 he?.
; this cUy nurib* i-d tb» a«l l PhrrrijMe* W i le Crrlod in b)
Mr Alfred Il'abftrda oo n y behalf,
, LA. BBiLKAiNIJ
ud Not. HK^i

If HE FORT OF STAIN GAZETTE FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 23 M'fi.

(Continubd from Page 7.)
A Br*eoial general rocating of the
Queen’* Park G O. will bo hold at the
Pavilion at 5 p m., on Thursday 29:h
inßt, for the purpose of considering
the following suggegtiong made tt a
meeting to the oombined Committees
held on the 19 h ingt :
“ Thai Rule IV. be amended by
“ substituting the words ‘ Joint Sso Sso“
“ Sso“ rotaries” for the ward Secretary in
“ line thiee ; and that Messrs A E
«' Harragin and Hugo J Massy be
*• appointed as suoh ”
We underrtand that (he suggestion
of the combined Committees hag
met wi>h the entire approval of the
membars of the o!ub.
There was only one sale before
the doors of the Court yesterday ; in
re ‘the petition of the infsnts Devr Devrnieh.
nieh. Devrnieh. Certain lots or portions of
land in Port of Spain, situated, in
York and Olareuoe Street. Sold to
Mr Antonio Oriiz for §9,305. I:
may be of Interest to know; that
an agreement was arrived at bat woo u
Mr Ortiz and Mr Permuy, whereby
the former will retain tin Ulareoo*
Street portion of the property and
the latier the York street portion
The following passengers sailed
yesterday evening for the undermen undermentioned
tioned undermentioned ports :
For Southampton—Mr and Mrs
Jas Wilson, jnr, Mr t homas Boyd aud
infant, Mr is Ii Henderson,
For Cherbourg—Mr Jos Montali,
Mr M Caavam, Mrs F Bevelaequo,
Mr A Orsini.
For Barbados...Mr W H Barons,
Mr G Barnewitz and Mr Haeh.
Tho only ease down for hearing on
to-day’s vourfc List is that of Parkin Parkinson
son Parkinson v Baker part heard.
As a fitting mark of condolence
and gympa.hy wi.h bis sorrowing
relatives, a sped-il "Meeting of Hoi Hoirow
row Hoirow ’ will be held by Court Rose of
Sharon A.O F., in memoryof the Lie
Brother James Bynoo P.C K.
Foresters of the various Courts oi
the Island, aswuil as representatives
of the different benevolent orders wiii
oe invited to be present on the
oooaaioo,
The following are the amounts of
Post Office Money Orders remitted
by yesterday’s Royal Mail fcteamer ;
United Kingdom ... £1,41)1 2 8
intercolonial ... 243 12 3
Barb.dos ... 193 10 4
From ban Fernando orders to the
value of £2oO 0 7 were forwarded
Tobago despatched £322 3 10 aud
Princess Town £ I OO 3 4.
Contrary to expect a'ion the Trinidad
Dramstic Club, which had been re reheaisiug
heaisiug reheaisiug "ihe Serious Family" for
some time past, will not give any more
entertainments this year. This will
tie disappointing to many who antici anticipated
pated anticipated the performance of either *' The
Serious Family" or an Operetta which
it was hoped would be rendered. The
members of the club, hope, however,
io give an entertainment early next

The first aaniTerssry of Lodge
Trinidad Star of tha Grand Uaited
Order off Oddfellows F.B. will be
oalcbra'-ed with becoming ceremonies
on Sunday 2nd December, at 3
o’clock. The brethren will attend
a special service at Holy Trinity
Cathedral. Representatives from
Grenada are expeomdto be present
on tha oocasion.
With yesterday’s issue of the
Bryal Gazette was published Minute
(No 40) of His Excellency the Acting
Governor, ooyering a copy of the new
instructions for the guidance cf
Financial and Accounting Officers in
the Colonial Service.”
VENEZUELAN NEWS.
News was yesterday received by the
s s Bolivar confirming the announce*
raent made by us of the murder of
Generrtl R mulo Guardia, Prefect of
Caracas. i'he murder resulted from a
private ruw. The assasin has been
arrested.
A telegram was received in Cindad
Bolivar >n the 15th instant by General
Rojas Fernandes, now on s visit here,
slating that General Castro was able
to go oat, being much improved,
News received in Bolivar up to the
17th instant mentions nothing respect respecting
ing respecting the wounding of Dr Caivera Malo,
the Minister of the interior.
The recent earthquakes which
brought so much havoc in other par's
of Venexue'a, though felt in Qmdad
Bo ivar. did no damage,
E'JOLESUSriOAb NEWS
The Rev. Father Humbert Marie
Donegan, 0 P. Parish Priest of Poit
of-Spain, and Acting Vicar-Gencral,
will, we understand address the
Nativity Society on Sunday afternoon,
when he will be presented with an
address by the President of the
Soeioty Miss Lee Lum. Rev. Father
Anselm Murrry, 0.P., the Spiritual
Director of the Foeiety will also be
present.
COMMERCIAL NOTES
The 100 House is being made to look
spic and spaa for the coming holiday
season. Owing to wsnV of room
ihe proprietors have decided to dit
continue their plated aud crockery w*ie
branch, and the present sio, k is being
sold out at oat price much to th
delight of house keepers securing big bargdos in that. lice.
LKDtIO » NEWS.
Owing to a braik down of tie
Va cuum Pump, Perseverance Factory,
Oedri s. has had to suspend the inauu
faoture of sngir till next week. The
density of the cane juice range* from
8J to 9 eg. licau m* The yield < f
mgar is very satisfactory. Tlte
crystals as well aa molasses sugar
;s of very good quality and meets with
re.dy vale, Mr Connell is the Man Manager,
ager, Manager, and Mr H unto the sugar boiler
on this Factor'. All things con continuing
tinuing continuing favourable, it is expected that
the crop to be reaped during the
coming campaign will be the largest
ever leaped tbert|

SUPREME COURT.
(Before Mr. Justice Baynes).
Thursday.
Hoadlty v Assee: Mr McCarthy
for the creditor consented to an adjourn adjournment
ment adjournment for a week pending settlement.
Ambard & Co v Be Freitas : Mr N
Jeßn Pierre appeared in this matter
and asked for an adjournment, as he
was only holding a brief and was not.
ready to go on. Mr F J Malngot said
he had no objection to this course,
providing ha was understood not
thereby to waive his right cf objeotion
to the summons, with which he had a
fault to fiud ; inasmuch as ho was
summoned in respect of 9 instalments,
whereas three had been already paid,
Mr Justice Baynes ruled that objection
to be one which his present consen
ing to an adjournment could not effect*
The summons stood or this day week!
Mitchell 7 Bajpiulsi g : Mr Mc-
Carthy put a wit ess in the box to
prove tho debtor’s means. The wit*
ness stated that Rajpanlaing was the
owner of two houses, which were
rented to four tenants and probably
produced 38 a mouth ; besides which
he worked bis own garden ; and last
week fold a cow for $35. Mr Justice
Baynes asked why was not a levy
made on the houses ? To which Mr
McCarthy replied he understood the
debtor had signed some sort of a
document in favour of his son, the
effect ot which he was not quite
certain of, Even! ually a first order
was made for payment of sl2 monthly
from this day month.

Prieto v. Jâ–  J Hobson There
being no appearance for the creditor
when this summons wus first called
on, it was struck out. Subsequently
Mr A V M Thavenot appeared and
excused his absence, and with the
leave of the Cour% with the consent
of Mr Acham for the defence, it was
reii s ated and adjourned for thro 1
weeks pending settlement.
Satnarine and others v Ham Pnrtap
Pund\t This was an action in which
the plaintiffs, thrp© infants, suing
by tbeir mother, sought to have it
declared by the Court that tho do*
fndaut was a trus eo in their favour
in respect cf certain lands situate a
Montserrat, formerly the property of
their fa* her, now deceased.
The Kon V Brown Q.C , Solicitor
Gemral, appeared for ihe plaintiffs;
and the lion Edgar Agostini Q.U,
wi h the Hon H A A’cxzir Q.C , ac Mr D F de Bilva, instructed by Mr
Jus A Rjutseau, for the defence
As set forth in the pleadings the
case was as follows, The three plain plaintiffs,
tiffs, plaintiffs, Batnarine, Ramraji, and Hari Harinarine,
narine, Harinarine, were the illegiiima'e ohildren
of one Gopaul Maradge by his keeper
Jogdie. The father Gopanl died on
the 26 hos Beptcmber 1896- Prior to
his dea'h, he had express'd a desire
to his wife to leave his property to
his illegitimate chi dren; and had
asked her to make toe necessary ar arrangements
rangements arrangements to enable eariied iu o effect. For this purpose
she sought out one Bam Parisp Pun Pundit,
dit, Pundit, described as the •• uncle in law”
ot the children, (that is, the man who
was living wi.h their atm); and
brought him to the dying man’s bed bedside
side bedside The Pundit had a oonsultaiion
with the sick msu tnd eventovliy
having received his inetruo ior.s,
agreid to get the will drawn A day
or iwo Jater, however, he rciurnec
a; d proposed to Gepunl Mabmacgo
that taste d of having a will drawn
op, (whioh he represen.ed would
necessitate proving and Retting
admitted to probate at onneiderabh
cost and trouble), the father should
sign a deed oonvtyitg his proprr proprrtits
tits proprrtits in trust to the Pundit, who
undertook aa soon as the ohildren
should request him after their
brher’s deaib, to reootmy to them,
The father at first hesitated odo so

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Pnfts o Gvivas Tmff« Pa'o l luiiere ’■'ruff-', Pate da P *i:dre»u Truffe, Gdaotiue da V .Wide, Smaisaan do Foils
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AND OUTFITTED
I take ’tin present opportunity of thanking my numeroui
friends" and patrons for their past support and beg to **i
have just received my supplies of
rfjlr
Xmas Goods
, • i.
Which consist of NEWEST KIYLiEb bought from the led*
ing marketsm Europe and America. My stoofc s o
] oat's Silk, Felt & Stiaw Hats,
Are the largest and best assortment that has
offered to the Trinidad Public lam well known P *
ing the newest styles in I
Gentlemen's lies und CoilM I
ttook I
And have just opened a new assortment also ® I® rjthrf, I
of Gent s Whitejand Colored Hhirts, Underwear ana n |
My Ready-mad* Clothing Depai'li'n #n . t jjJJI [
stocked and is under the charge of an ex P eno H ord# I
All Garments bought ?re guaranteed to fit as “ I
and at half Ihe price changed by Tailoring * tfo mn,l I
'1 ho Ladies’ and Children have not been f
have a’m received a now and seleot assortment o I
Children’s SAILOR HUS new stylos, ooloui* * D L r ked«* I
Hat Panda of every description. All Goods aw l
prices to suit the times, my system of business J
cash, . I
, u gee j
You are invited to call and inspect my stoc
value that is being offered. â– 
WaTERMAN
Tha Hatter & Outfitter, J
14, FBKDEHICK BT. TELBPHOIf*



SPECIALTIES IN
SILVER AND E P. GOODS

WE HAVE HOT FORGOTTEN TO IMPORT OUR
Christmas Novelties
Which are all most suitable ' 4 for Christmas Presents,
ssooTinra «sc ovouno prizes.
Call k and inspect
SOLID SILVER GOODS
In the following : Combined Silver Watoh and Paper Weight, Nic-Nacs, Pencil Cases, Salt Spoons, Jam
Spoons, Mustard Spoons, Butter Knives, Napkin Rings, Afternoon Tea Spoons with Tongs in cases, Knife
Rests, Clasps, Buokles, Ladies Link Suits, Bon Bon Dishes, Ladies Hair Brushes, Toilet Sets, Caid Cases,
; Scissors &o, Also a large variety of
BLEOTRO-PL A T 33 GOOD?.
Bread Forks, Jam Spoons, Butter Knives, Pickle Forks, Afternoon Tea Spoons in cases of six and twelve,
Child’s Fork and Spoon in case, Inkstands, Scent bprays, Caskets, Cigar Ash Trays, Mirrors, Waiters, Hat
Pins, Photo Frames, Scent Bottles, Gongs, Alarm Watches, Table Bells, Fish Eaters, Jce Pails, Biscuit
Boxes, Cruets, Salt Cellars eto.

What is it ?
Only this
TEAT
SIBTIYIKK*S
Have ja»t reoeived auc?h r largo shipment of
Xmas Goods
Comprising m*t.y t-u table Times for
GENTLEMEN’S WEAR
——
That swell Suit you hid last Cbrirm,- was bought at
MEUVIER’B.
That up-to-date Collar and Tie also bought tit
METIVIBB’S.
You had your choice of .a Shirt fr n Urge variety of
kinds that were displayed t METIVIBB’S.
that Hat with stylish baud that you • r a to the races
was also bought at METIVIBR’f 1 .
We could mention scoreg of pa.j »d Oustomors who buy their
holiday attire from METIVIERU
We can please more if you wi*' only give us the opportunity. Our
assortment is large and varied this se » n, and we will esteem it a favour
if you will afford us the pleasure of placing you on the list of our satisfied
•ustomers.
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Tmrir nwiniwn ■ \mm\m\my ■■■■■■—nwi —i
Robert Henderson
Bootmaker 1 & Leather Merchant
— r «■■■■■
BEGS to announce to his Gus'.omers and the General Pnblio that he is
jolt in receipt of a fine shipment of New Leather Materials for
THE GHRISTMAS TRADE TRADEshades
shades TRADEshades In Brown, Tan &o , L>rge Selection of Bo t-Calf, Willow
Calf, Diaaond Calf, Giaoe Kid, Patent Calf ewfity dosoription of Fancy
Lssther kept. The only plaoe in Town where saoh fine Goods can be
itcured. We make this our business.
At present our Workshop is crowded with Bespoke Orders
IF YOO DON’T WAIT 10 BK DISAPPOINTED.
Place your Order Early. Now is the Time.
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THE BOOT MAKER.
Frederiok Street.
IWBPHONE No. 6,
the best of wines
a
* 3B
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g At Baa Fornardo from L W BONYUN & 00.
SOIIN3a NVSI

THE FORT OF STAIN GAZETTE FRIDAY NOVEMBER 28.1900

CALEDONIAN HOUSE.

but evantan,ity consented; and s g&eu
a deed which, upon being put in at
the trial, was not found to contain ncy
soob trust; but purported to be simply
a sale for $3,500 of tbe fee eimp'e
to Bampsrlsp. Since their father 'a
death, the plaintiff alleged they had
been in posseßeion of one of tbe par pareels
eels pareels ; firing undisturbed upon it. Ru
uow that inoy bad called uon
their •' unole-iL-law” to exeou e
the terms of his parole trußt, be
denied all knowledge of its existence
The defendant now alleged that he
had never entered into such so
agreement an was alleged to bso m .
a trustee; what hoppeoed was th•.
he bad purchased far valuable oou
sideration sue whole of G ipau ’ •
property for $3,600; whereof $9,000
was an amount due, and owing to
him byGopau),(of which Rampar. r.p
released him), and the remiinde
of $1,500 was paid in oas*' to Gopuo ’
wife after the death of Gopaoi II
admitted having allowed the widr w
and ohildren to remain living up n
one cf the parcels of land ; hut a .
U-ged it was only on sufferance, re
an aot of kindness, not ae by their
tigb 4 , and he euw for h,s -.it e
Jo be declared.
At ;ho dose of the evldenoe of 'b»
mo’her of ihe children, the prioo'pal
witness for the plaintiffs ;
Mr Jastiou Baynes had, on the
last occasion of the hearing, raised
ibo question as to whether, where
(hero existed upon the Registry »
solemn deed of sale, (which of course
however, might have been obtained
by fraud), it was open to tbe pon pontiffs
tiffs pontiffs to set up f» parole true*, (*be
eff-ot of which would be so m dify
or destroy the deed), they not being
the lawful heirs which were being
Injured by the deed ?
In reply, the Hon Solioitor-General
quoted tbe authority of Tbynn v \
Tbynn reported In 1. Vernon, Ohf,n Ohf,n-oery
oery Ohf,n-oery Reports, page 295 wbioh was one
of the cases referred to in Storey's
“ BqulH Jurisprudence ” ai pnge
263, ae authority for the doctrine
that a OourS of Equity would under
oertuir. oiroumstanoes deolare lu
favour of a parole truss noiwithstaod
log the Statute of Frauds. And other
eases quoted were (hose of Me-
Oormsok v Groggao, IV Eoglish and
Irish Appeal cases, pages 82-8;
Padmore v Gunning, reported in 7
Simons Reports page 404, and in
40 Revised Reports page 203 ; and
also the ose of Strickland v Orgies,
reported at IX Vesey, peg 3 506
His Honour said be was so far
nonvinoed as to desire to bear tbe
other side on the point; and the
ease proceeded,
At 4 p.m ii again stood adjourned
to tbe sth.
CITY POLICE COUBT.
(Before Mr H P Hobson H J,P.)
Wednsday,
THE MAKGAkINB CASK.
This case which was reported in our
Wednesday’s issue, and which was postponed
to yesterday for the evidence of the defen defendant’s
dant’s defendant’s employer to prove that he supplied him
with the labels marked “ Margarine’' was
decided yesterday. The employer of the
defendant, John Mario de Sousa, stated that
)ie got his supplies from Joseph Ribeiro, and
jhese labels had been printed by him (Ribeiro)
for the purpose of supplying his customers, in
order to protect them against being lined.
.This precaution was the result of Legal
advise, which had been taken before this
case ; and the labels had now been in use for
about 2 months.
Mr lies intimated that Ribeiro did a Uu-ge
business, so had taken this precaution in the
interest of his customers j the only loser was
Jhe Revenue.
The complainant then raised the objection
that the labels produced ; one of which had
been alleged to have been placed eo the
paper in which the margarine had been
wrapped, did not comply with tbe Ordinance
which required them to be printed in letters
" a quarter of an inch square”
Mr Ilea submitted, in aiuweno this, that
the Ordinance itself must be wrong, because
fee uuuuce, how ewld the letter (I) in

| " Margarine ” be made a quarter of an
inch square without changing its proper for formation.
mation. formation.
The solution of this “Geometrical Problem”
was then undertaken on paper, and His Wor Worship
ship Worship eventually decided that the intention of
the Ordinance was, that the labels should be
printed plain’y enough to be read.
The complainant was re-called and in
answer to His Worship, maintained that he
had examined both sides of the paper which
he had thrown away, but that neither side of
it was marked with a label, as alleged.
His Worship in disposing of the case
said that as he had already stated, Norris
had no witnesses, which rendered the defence
worthy of the benefit of any doubt, and he
would dismiss the case.
Another charge for the same oSence
against another employee of De Sousa, was
withdrawn: Mr lies having informed His
Worship that the facts of this case were
the same as the other.
LARCENY OF A FOWL.
A buy by the name of James Ford alias
John Innis, was charged by constable
Quashie, with conveying a fowl yesterday
morning suspected to have been stolen ; and
also, with the larceny of another. The owner ownership
ship ownership of, the second fowl was proved, and a
witness was cited who deposed to having
purchased it from the defendant. The charge
for conveying war withdrawn, and on the
other charge the defendant wa:. sent to the
Reformatory for 3 year'.
LARCBNV .OF A GOLD WATCH.
A young man named Lewis Paul, was
charged by Detective Sergean' Holder, with
the larceny of a wat ' ab ed S6O, the
property of Ernest McLean. It seemed that
the watch was missed from a pocket of the
owner while snooting on the La Basse on
the 22nd i ltimo ; the defeneant then being
present. Et idence was cited which proved
the guilt of the defendant and he was sen sentenced
tenced sentenced to 4 months imprisonment.
CONTBADICTOBT BVIDCNCI.
An East Indian shopkeeper by the name of
Nankar, wm oharged by oonstable Dinoo,
with having his licensed premises at St. James
open on Sunday night the 4tb inataat, for tbe
purpose of selling. Mr K i « moo defended.
From the evidenoe of the proseoution, it
seemed thnt the complainant in oempany with
nonetable Abel and other constables, were
speoially detailed on the night in question for
ine purpose of deteoting this alleged offence.
From their hiding place, which wai a tree in
oloee proxinity to the premises, the eom eomplainant
plainant eomplainant alleged that he saw several partios
, enter the premise* and on proceeding thereto
he found the premises open. It was bright
moonlight and he eould aee olearly. 'the
ooi..;'amnnt was then cross-examined at some
length, after which nonetable; Ab.-O was called.
Cei tain facts of this constable’s evidence were
absolutely contradictory t> tbos-sta'od by the
compla'nant.While together with ts lofendant
in be ‘ree, he atr.ted, he saw s. gr< gp ot *"oa
with glasses in th* : hands; and rfter enter enteriag
iag enteriag the premieea with Din to, the latter lit a
oandle for them to aee. Dinvo wss re-oallod
and asked by His Worship “ How was it
possible that although be had been epeoiall;'
detailed for the discovery of this allege l
offence, he had not observed, as constab o
Abel bad, that there was agronpofmen
with g’asses on their bands. Tne com complainant
plainant complainant replied that he had noticed them 1 'it
no bad forgotten to state tbe f»ot when he
was giving bis evidence. His Worship
deolioed to accept this •xplanntion, on tbe
ground that Diooo waa too experiaoef an
officer to have forgottan to state for the p ms mseulion,
eulion, mseulion, if he had observed it, what was (lost
materially to the oaae.
At this stage, Sergeant Cabral of tb-i St
James Station ; where the offenoe was ah-iged
to have been oommitted, stated that ha would
offer no further evidenen for tho proeeonton.
Hie Worship agreed ; remarking that the
Bergi'aiit bad exeroised his discretion, and tho
case was dismissed.
A crow charge of treeapaaaiag which had
been laid, was withdrawn.

EUROPEAN NEWS & EXTRACTS
He;*'My ideacf a good «tcry «tcryt<
t< «tcryt< Her 1* one lb»l cad Lo d you from
a; art to fiuieb."
Pba : " Tall me a good one, and
don’t let me fall,”
In order to nub the openln; of she
new Ccu)n>'--A>wcelfh Peril moot rs An»-
t-« ia by »be Duke rs Y rk » nr>lque mil millet/
let/ millet/ eproteo'e. »be Q'• r h ■ decided
thrt »*e Duke’s L'dytattd ihsll be re rep-emdeMve
p-emdeMve rep-emdeMve cf eeery breech cftheio.
• !■** T i the ViotoHe end tik. Qeorfo'e
B flee has been fleer, the hr u, U rcf re -
present! i the eo-uoteeir, end adetei.li
m»nt oocitrtfnf of one JJorpVln, ft r
•u a’te n, four »'r|een*»,*r,# in|»er, * P .|
f rtf cine r*’k »-r>d fi'e ril! | PBVfI
K f'end f r Au*t-eHe In the middle > f
November erd will to ebnnk probaMj
«?er th r ee mon«he. OT’otre will hr l.*
army rank. H'fl'meo wt:i be eworr |, 3
end atteet d ee ecldlere for |b# t'm,
belrff. Amy payer ,5 a>lo«eoe»e to e'l
rei k». Sea II- er d whl'P b«lmet will I o
leenn | | gdriHtcn to orril- *ry cnil-nu
A.i isLka niuet bate Ueu cfln-leot duiL*

BOOT AND SHOE DEPARTMENT.
We still retain onr piemier position in Boota and Shoes, We have just received
iitk Large Shipment onr Christmas Goods.

Ladies’ Glace 1-Bar Shoes from „..600 to $4 00
do do Oxford Shoes from ...,72c to 460
do do Court Shoes from „..720 to 360
Ladies’ TaD Shoes (Court) 1-Bar and
Oxford .... ...,720 to 300
do White Kid Court Shoes ...,960 to 300
do White Kid 1-Bar Shoes 108 to 180
do White Canvas Bhoes „..720 to 180
do Suede Court Shoes.... .... at 180
do Bronze 1-Bar Shoes.... 108 to 144
de Black Cloth Boots E.S. ...,840 to 180
do Glace, Cloth and Kid, Mook Kid
Imt. Glace S 8 Boots 120 to 326
do Button Boots in all qualities 120 to 660

19 0. Prefe’enoe, as far aa passible, will
he given to baubelore. Oup eirs oam*
rjvxedfnj ormpinlas will >'u.-ni»h a list
->f cirhb men per compaL-.y by feu o’oiook
on Monday, »ha 512nd irat., and the
riAraca of thoseacJeoted by the War Office
will be attnocr-ced as soon !\* p-->s*ible,
A mo umont has be-»a erected on
Meant f'fc Bernard Id memory r f the 3t
n»?:.ard deg Bery, Du I g the o'tore
of ten yearn Berry sewed the lives i f no
ess than forty per so oh who had 1 jet
thera»eiv9B on the monutsios.
At * ntoet*rr of the Gu*r;l:;n« of the
Narth Dublin Union yesterday r f ornom
Mr Meonle, *ha preal led, refused to
e elve a resolmloa submitted by Mr
Gs Kgine, thinking the Queoti of
H .Iliad forsffirdlng Mr K-U{cr pro protoutlon
toutlon protoutlon in the hour of U’s distress
A ter an anjry dlsoussi m. M G-ogjfn*
gave notioe of his Intention to the
ad .ptiou of the resolution ut a future
raeetiog-

It begins to look mis France were
g ing to take the heed ia sor'al naviga navigation,
tion, navigation, as she ha* dooo in the Kutomobila
industry. No f«w*r|'h»:i three loveO'
Honv are tn the point »f making their
ii’-sl accent. Os these two at blasters
ceric ua attempts *o solve ?h < p.obiatu of
■-a ini fi rht These h'« the flying
m- ohlm-s f M Sntos-Dumont m 1 M
ftesi*. T s hrl pr'jaon vvh ! o'>, h u*h
i: jetii U* s -mi to toe lo*» tkriy to
*uoc’>ed, la th.s of M F.Nnui-Bout-ion,
M dentss Dumont's Is pe-haps the best
known I had |’ e rppart- nit* of in*
spooling it thoroughly on Monday >z.zt
a> d ma*t admit that It would be diffioulv
so bout lor Ingenuity. Tbe balloon Is a
cigar-shaped one. From It hangs an
extremely strong bamboo pole about ‘4O
yards lore lo the oootre of this poie U
a rasrvellously small sod oompxot six sixtoen
toen sixtoen hc;r*e*power motor, wbiob turns a
shaft to whioh is faetsoed a propoller.
The only fault T have to Sad with the
machine that !v Is too Inge louv.
tCva',thing baa been f-reasea and pro provided
vided provided for It â– r, orlitiaa with apparatus
of ail kinds (hat it caem* to mo that no
oce mio oould wotk It all I.j th« oentrt
of tbe b*mb o red is plaoed au ordinasy
blcyole saddle on which M Hentos-
Dumont Ukes h's seat To hia left la an
«h oirlo bat»ory with a handle he tonohes
whebe de-lres to a'eate the vpark to
light the motor To hi* right ae the
*>audios for siartlrg the maohlue. Io
frunt cl him li « small wheel by which
ho can *hrow lha driving Ist£j cut es
â– tear so th-l he >mn stop tho propeller
wi;h ut aUpplug the engine, Oj 1 1*
- gV hand side Is a amril but powoiful
l -o f r d ivi g air Into the bill n if any
â–  I the gas oscopes, so that it mar rem iin
:i*H and not get baggy a d bee roo
.dffioylt t > steer Tala fsn is driven by
• eh attach 1 1 to a assail diiving wheel
(;u ni.obinrrv is the wheel for oontrol log
the .-udder Now eli this apparatus,
rh njh, as I bus said, rnsrvnPctrdy In*
guldens. seems complicated It I*
P rfeofy p -aslh'e that at a given moment
M cinutcs-Dumuut .may dealt* to threw
bis propeller cu‘ ol gear, stop hi* e> glne,
and port bis helm As thi ( *
bo'ng alone, fco eml 1 not < oso Having
pointed oat what eeema to ma the weak
polt.tv at the Lvt ntlon I have r. > heeita*
'l< n In rayi g that -t u- d üb’edly
r flsots tho grrattst or.f’it r U its Inv* nt r
aud that iu »)i:« c! IK ho to mb gs as
a practioat ruschine I UlUvu it will
iorn’er great aii In the »o‘n‘ion «f |L«
obltn invented by M R s.ls on a much ra to
iimditlooa ai’ls. ai.d eacmHes mo e that
’.i Conut von Z ppe In It consltts ol
.wo clgsrshapei halloo a tuppmiou
1 etwacn them t wlode- ahlp In which Is
plr.oed the msohlnery It ia constructed
r. j o»rty a crow of eight rnoa I‘ has
: tea luildlnt quietly lor the ieot taalvo
m nth*, ard l a loviurttnr hope* o tevtlt
p-sotioallj hfcior* tho month r f Nov6robtr
com e to an end Tno fljiog machine
ii ven el b; M Flrroir. Bcuvaon baa net
tat progreriad Im etc ugh for s o'ear
l ion of Ita coiisti notion to be gatc-d
The aupp rtlig balloon la abated like a
•eda water bo'tie, neck dewrwarde tbr
idea being the-, in a high wind it will
druble bask i a aharlsortal petition '-bus
'fferiof less vurface to tbe air I: is
driven by side wit gs sat In m ticn by a
small petrclruoo mo to •
lhe discussion of the sues, ir is in the
' Umo.fi West ladiut by Mr. J- t. CiowUl

Goodwille and Wilson.

to the "Yale Review" deepens the convic-
Sea that the cane issgar industry cm fully
hold its owe lucompetitien with btet if the
•use commercial a ri scientific methods ase
applied. A year ago we reproduced much of
the information collected In the British
West Indies by a commissioner foe the Lon London
don London Timm, who gave more information of
the efforts some of the islands ate making
to modemue their chief or only industry
than Mr. Crowell does, and while the proeess
is not likely to be rapid there are indications
that it is progressing fast enough to avert
the complete ruin of these islands, which
have been prone to attribute their misfor misfortunes
tunes misfortunes to the payment of bounties rather
than to their own archaic industrial condi condition
tion condition and primitive methods of manufacture.
Cane sugar can probably be produced,
under like circumstances for less than beet
sugar, and the best cane sugar is better
than beet sugar. But the beet sngar in industry
dustry industry has been developed in a region of
free labour and great commercial activity.
The cane sugar industry has not yet shaken
off the commercial atmosphere of the
tropics and the industrial methods of the
slave epoch.
Os the British islands Grenada has en entirely
tirely entirely substitute! cocoa for sugar, Trinidad
has m a great measure modernized its meth methods
ods methods of sugar production, and Jamaica has
gone largely and profitably into fruit rais raising.
ing. raising. It is in the other islands that the
problem is vital. In beets, a larger percen percentage
tage percentage of sugar is the juice, and a larger per percentage
centage percentage of sugar extracted, have been accom accomplished
plished accomplished as the result of scientific agricul agriculture,
ture, agriculture, and constant effort to improve the pro processes
cesses processes of manufacture. In cane these im improvements
provements improvements have begun, but they are far
from general. Most encouraging results
have attended some efforts to produce bet better
ter better cane, and to reduce the waste in process
of extraction, but cane raising as a whole
has not advaneed very much. The coolie
system is doomed. Modern eentiment is
again- it, and sugar companies are com complaining
plaining complaining of its cost. But as it is a mere
modification of slavery its disappearance
need not be deplored. The best results ia
cane culture have tome from the cultivation
of small farms by owners. This has given
excellent rcsnlts in Queensland, where it
has also been observed that free white labour
is more economical than coolie labour, in
spite of the high wages.
In the beet sugar iad -rtry agriculture
and manufacturing have been absolutely
divorced. This is true of ail other indus industries
tries industries of any moment except the case sugar
industry, where the process of divorce is
going on. No cotton planter would dream
of spinning and weaving his own product i
no sheepuwner would attempt to mauc'-c*
tures woolen good). But the can *u;,«r plan planters
ters planters have not yet divested themselvr i wholly
of the idea that they should manufacture
sugar as well as raise cane.
Bat the change is in progress. Sugar Sugarmaking
making Sugarmaking is separating from cane raising, and
is eauippiug itself with the latest ana best
machinery tor producing sugar on an enor enormoat
moat enormoat scale, and by scientific methods. There
is a marked tendency In the production es
cane by free labour on small tracts of ground,
and public and private enterprise are awak awakening
ening awakening to the importance of developing cane
that will produce more to the acre, Md yield
more sugar in proportion to{its weight, with
a complete modernisation of the industry,
The West Indies may recover their proa*
Crity, but the class of planters of princely
-tune must become as abselete in ths sugar
islands as it is in our .eotton ststei. —iitv
York Journal of Qommmt*.

In the West Minister County Court on
Wednesday, Judge Lumley Smith, Q.C,
gave judgment in the earn of Philips v. ths
Londou, Hamilton, and South Railway Com Company,
pany, Company, heard last week, when the plaintiff, a
Bond-street silversmith, sought to recover
jCB as damages for loss of business caused by
the delay of one of tbe defendant company's
trains to Victoria.
Evidence was given on behalf of the rail railway
way railway company to the effect that the break breakdown
down breakdown wax known at Stratham soon after it
occurred and intending passengers were
warned of the delay, but it was not povaible
to tell those then in the trains which
ordinarily would not stop at Stratham.
In the course of his judgment after review reviewing
ing reviewing the evidence, the judge said the cause of
the; delay had not been investigated before
him. The law was that railway companies
mast give notice of conditions ia the case of
gooda and they must be reasonable, but that
did not apply to passengers, on whom they
might impose any conditions if notice was
given. If the conditions in the time-table
had been on the ticket it would have been
moie satisfactory, but tbe Courts had held
chat what they had done was enough. That
had been the law for fifteen years, The
plaintiff could not recover unless he coaid
show wilful misconduct, but fie had not
done so. Me did not think the failure to
give ootic| was wilful misconduct and there
was no evidence of that. There must be a
verdict for the defendants, but if the plaintiff
desired to appeal he might, and should he be
successful he a.Mtssed the damages at three
guinea*. li« agtuwl with Md, AtetM tiul

Boots and Shoes
k
For the People.

Ladies Lace Boots in all qualities ....84c to 4 Bs^
do Brown Canvas Shoes „..600 to 19|M
do Carpet Slippers, Levant Slippers, Morocco
Slippers, Leather Slippers, Molo Skin Slip Slippers,
pers, Slippers, Blaok Crain Slippers, Busset Grain
Slippers, Goat Skin Slippess, Velvet Slip Slippers,
pers, Slippers, Floral Sippers.
Boys and Girls’ Sohool Boots and Shoes, Boys and'
Girls’ Dress Boots and Shoes, Men’s Boots
and Shoes in great variety—black and tan
square, medium and pointed toes. Army
Bluchers—russet and oiaok, $L 20 to Q 88,
Alpaigatas all sises,
9 1

tail & It
Are receiving per everj etsegoaer
new Goods for X«m.
WHITE GOfiDED PIQUE,
White Corded Piqae with
Coloured Stripes,
Ladies Leather Belts.
Gents, do. do.
Claspi for Baits-Varj Meat
dollars, fluff* ( >r Ladies—-Uhrlsten*
log Hoods, —I us silts if routs —Fea —Feather
ther —Feather Stifoh Braids ia White and
fenoy,
Dii.Ni.MS,
i.«iiiNTM;5
Cocoa Bags,—Essences,
PRINTS, PRINTS, PRINTB.
In Fancy, Shirting and
Purple, at all prioes,
Geed Lines far Wholesale People
COTTONS.
KUANES
Domestic*.
SHIRTS, SHIRTi of all kind*,
HANDKIBUHIBFd-of ell colors end
•tyles,
READY-TADS
CLOTHING for men
LACE, LAOE,
Ladies Sailors in the Newest
styles of all oolors and
Prioes.
BEE OUR 600 TA ««
DEPARTMENI
Bafora purobuvlug Christmas Mon
RUSSELL <* CO‘
Ha, Fctdariok Street,
JUST RECEIVED
BY
Fptnoh St •amt?
Gruyaie Cjumm
Rocqaefort, Oamambert, Chatter,
Linurot, Brie, 8t L4e4qto»
a.jsariu
Fruits, Chri«aJiiaea.lNou«te,
Noogalioa*, Fondants, Drag**,
Bonbons, Fralinaa Boland's Pharmacy.
LOWER BKEUK jg£.

5



6

£ the prospective profit was too remote, bat a
| business man’s time was always worth some -
i thing.
jj Mr. Philip said before making up his mind
w as to an appeal he would consult his solicitor 1
I It Mama to be gene 1 ally ocnoadod
that the very frank »rd manly speech of
| Sir Reivers Bulier wa* absolutely the
I beet card be could hare played with a
i view to his reception over ba o 1 E gibh-
I men admire a man who baa the p’uok to
I aay he was wrong.
'• Forgive my dear ” aaid the goetip
htunbiy, “ but I thoughtlessly mentioned
to Mrs Brown the thing a that yon told
me in strict confidence.”
*> There fa nothing to forgive,” aaid
I the wise woman pleasantly. It was for I
that very reason that I told them to
yon in strict confidence.”
-
Duke Henry of Meaklenbnrg-Sohwerin
will after his marriage with Queeu
Wilhelmina, receive She title of Prince
Consort Be will rank at the first
Frinoe c f the Dutob Rryal Fami'y, but
wIU be allowed to undertake none of the
duties of Sovereignity The precedent
will be that of Prince Albert in
England,
Duke Henry Vladimir la a young uncle
of the present Grand Hake Frederic)
Francis IF. of Mecklenburg Sobwerin,
being only aix years older than his
reigning nephew, who la abo.it i igbtoen
years of age, and who tnoceedad his
father the Grand Duka Fredorio Francis
Mi in 1897 Ttiie last named Prince
heftoed a somewhat mixed family, for his
father the Grand Duke Frederlo Francis
H. had married three times and been
Massed with three seta of children Bin
eldest son was bora in 1861 end the
yonngest the young queen’s fiance
ia 1876,
The Emperor In tosvttng Prlroe
Adalbert at luncheon today after tho
young Prince’s oonfi nxiHon said; —Thou
must have firmer ground under thy feet
than any other Taou wilt be a seaman
In oombet with atom end waves may
religion be tby refuge.”
Jasper; "One is never toe dd to
loarn ”
Jnmpuppe , “ Ob, that idea ia not of
date The present idea is that one is
never too young to teach
Mr. Bamutd Pmltb’s *p eoh In the
House last July ou the eri's of the Lou Loudon
don Loudon streets has been published as a
penny pamphlet. Though we have had
ocoasiou before to smile at the eomewhnt
obtrusive morality of Mr. Smith there
ia bo doubt he has put his finger on a
very real peril, m ire especially to the
young T > the hot-blooded, unbalanced
youth, the continual solicit tirn of the
open street off m *n won present
temptation. N* 1 1* it olevr hw we
%?0 to combat this .mil, which ’>*« spread
from certaiu Ws*bs ui list iota t the
City, stud oven to the suburbs l is
absurd to ox peat lb P.ijjadiUj const', hie
to resist she bribery of the huo '!re is
who live upon lin a re ity—their own
arid that of others— vb >u he is paid only
twenty-one and tsupo roo a we»k As a
matter of f ao% wo h.v« more thm once
seen with our own eyes the pmage of
the ooin between courtesan and
constat, I .'.
In the churches of St. Katherine Urse
Lesdenhall-street, last week, the anni-.a
"Lion Sermon " *ttico‘o 1 a Rood
of attention. Th’s eerinnn be» been
preached every year f r i-v u hundred
and utfy-two years, to tell h. w a certain
Lord M*yor of London w*e preserved
from a terrible danger in answer t
prayer, and how a certain sum of to juo
was laid aside by him to be nxpende
in gifte to the poor in Lkm of his thank
fqlnees.
First Aberdonian: Falth-healiog, I’m
thiokiug. ia a gr* id He v.”
Bo ooud dirto ; 1 Why, what makes you
think that, Jock ? ”
First Aber lonlao ; ‘ Mou alive, dinna
ye ken that with fai h-healiog we shall
not hava t > give any more bawbees to
dootxa and sio like folk t "
Weddle* favours bare rsturne] to
ir'eb'on. They are handed rtno-1 in the
church while the register is beiog signed
to the vestry. It is always rathe' a dull
tim-o for the gusts, this waiting in ths
church while the signing Is going on.
The operation always takes a little
longer than one expects snd there iv
nothing for tbs guests to do. They are
obliged to remain where they are, as io it
not etiquette to leave the ohurob before
the bride. The appearanoe of tne favours
helps to pass the time a little, and this
is the real reason for the revival of the
fashien Two natursl fl >wers tied tc tcgather
gather tcgather with a bow of satin rlbb n, is a
popular form for Ibe f.vour to t ke’
They are usually white, but when one us
Lord BufHell’a daughters married rc rcoeutly
oeutly rcoeutly ab» ordered all her favours to be
soviet. *n,l this idea is sometimes
adopted in weddings amot g hui.th g
folk.
The Manrlos Saintlrary, of Dover, win. has
five sons, a son-1: -’aw, and two grai. -
eons *u the army. Three of hit sous-.
r> . ant and two bombardier* in ths
krtlUery—are now serving | a
.-i. Uric as is sci» sou-in. lew, s
qu* aaste<-rerge»iit of 'he Bnyl
htc„ -oers. Another s n, ’eigesnt F.
Seinsbnry. son two greudvons are servirg
at borne station*, while the oldest ton is
ooLur-se'teantdnstrueto' of Ist VB.
Devon »nd o>rnwell Light Infantry. e*
Pen* woe, The father w»e thirty >ne
yeaiß in tbe ermy
OUB BIUYOLE CLUBS.
We offer for ealo a few ebanoeh ;n
onr Nos. I and 2 Bioyo’o Olubr.
Apply al onoe,
The usual Club drawings will iskn
pleca on Saturday, If you woo'd
win p y i p early. Only ai the
kjW#tu«t gaUu l

THS FGBT OF SPAIN GAZETTE'. FRIDAY NOVEMBER 23 1900

A WATCH FOB A SHILLING.
In cur new Watch Club 3omo one
will get a Silver K 'ykss Kiglish
Watch for the ridiculu&a eum ol one
shilling and the second man for two
•billings. Header bring or send up
your shilling the first thing to day.
One shilling per week for thirty
weeks. Only at tbe Cosmopolitan.
We will olosa this Club List within
a few days. Join 1) without dsiay.
Advt,
NEVER BEFOBE.
Never before wets our prioes so low,
Never before was the quality so high
[foe the price.
Never before was our stook so large and
[choice.
Never before were our customers so
[numerous.
Never before was out business better.
From now till Christmas dawns
we are preparing biggest record recordbreaking
breaking recordbreaking business. Oar motto is
“ Eternal Hustling ”
See our advertisement in front
page, and you will note that Xmas
has began in real earnest at the
Herald, This week we offer bar*
gains in every line.
We are shewing a lovely assort assortment
ment assortment of bisouit, China ornament,
personally selected by our agent
while visiting tbe Paris Exposition,
and he deserves great praise for tbe
lovely selection you oan buy, Xmas
Cards, Toy, Dolls, eto„ etc Cheap
at the Herald. George de Gama &
o°. __
THOSE BUBE CUBES.
Do you suffer from any affeotiooa
of iha heart ?
Is your liver torpid ?
Are you a viotim to rheumatism?
Isyuur blood out us order? If so
remember tbe nmvaWoua rifioaoy of
MuDyon’B nures—a separate remedy
lor each disease—Order at onoe from
James Wharton, Usury Bt Advt,
•srnoedsoid B,£}9|oog oqt joj
!l«o ao eqjAl—93u*4- -sasd jo 8i wao eiqj pas ’o3[)|4| jo
dn epsca sj ajjq ‘seasaa d|qspa«q
asjsoih (fits ‘aaddsq qtsop pinoqg
—Uaissaiq e[q«||49A e Bt ptq AiPjoorf
tgaadtf casoqaatj eqt at Ao||od
« iq papiojja uo|jojtoacl eqt euo
as qons ox 'oaiooaf pas jaetn£o|d
-an jo bbuj B'loiica jt i[qjssod S.id\
—juapioop joj poqoo|aa ao ’sssuni
« £q Ut»;|HtJd4a asqM „ £«p
Aapjj,, eq) joj BJ«[(op M 3) e Aq
-jud sstnooaj p/ijoaq eaoqM
suosaed )» uojqsod sqt Bsq[jjssp
i[H|jq ‘auiguodß A l ß.j]iSjnßg‘Biqx
EfAoa aaiddfl
FOBS t HO U GUT.
Over three thousand site hundred
f3,«00) claima have been paid in
Trinidad by the Sunbeam Benefit
Booiety Limited.
The result of forethought is ap apparent
parent apparent Those who have not tak<-u
advantage of suob protection should
oonau.lt the Society’s table of rates,
Person’s residing in any part of the
Island whe may desire information,
are invited to write for the Sooiety's
prospectus.
Agents are required io districts at
present unrepresented.

Fofi
Til* PiutUlon. “ DIN.-I.aY' .art
" PARADISE”. (jus‘, five minutes
drive (.os) ths Taoarlgua Railway Bta Btattoo).
ttoo). Btattoo). situate In the Warded Taoarigu*,
one of tbe healthiest in tbe Island.
The anderalg'led wit* give aulhe rity to
Inspeor, or any particulars not in this
advertisement and which may be re*,
eenably required by any Intending pur purchase-.
chase-. purchase-.
Offers wil! be received bp tbe under undersigned
signed undersigned up to noon, on Baturday, tbe 15»h
December next.
Particulars :
Dins law 1017,1 Sf Bt P Mt *y
L/|IUMUy planted lu oaues.
Sugar Plant oomplate, Good Dwelling
House.
About 1,600 tuns of Oarsi in hands
cf farmers.
LIVE STOCK.
Valued at over SB,OOO
Paradise—SJAVSilSi
of land.
Good supply of river gravel. Important
tenantry yieluing a large rental. BoSh
properties held nnder the Real Propert*
Ordiuenoe. Also the
sants Cecilia Balaie—SfelL's
Or< puuehe, ooutaluing 204 aoree of the
tb« tiohest soil In the Quiouy. Os these
40 acre? are under estate cultivation and
83 sores iu the bands of oontiaetoie
Theta are over IV.OuO trees on the estate
JOHN I)ENNI i tsKLLIKU,
Solioitcr,
44b, St. Vinueut Street.
Port oi bpain.
FOK KKKT~
tpHAT commodious resideuoe Nov. 4
J. and 6 Walliogton Terrace lair I r
occupied by Mte Soletiad vou Baud I a
0< mplete'y furnished, very 000 l and
heal thy. Rent only |9O par month,
For further particulars please applr to
J- N, HARRIMAN A HO
WIFE NOTH 1
I yfikitEßY notify l '* 1 rubilo that I
I X wbl noi, o» respotutMle tci ai y deat
or debts 1 nl-ft tel by my wife b , ao*’»el
Kiug. She having lei ui; house aud
protection without any just cause
JDBFPH ANDREW KING,
O.ii NoVbWcet, Atfby.

GR*ND CON)SBKT.
XO B1 GIVHN BY
Tbe Hjodmaa Siastrel Company,
CM
Friday, 30th Novr., 1900.
at xaa
PBLvCE’B BUILDING
Progfemme:
1, Vala# —Bank of Mi»»in»ippl..." Kxoel Kxoel[gios”
[gios” Kxoel[gios” String Band
fH.M.Coy,. ,‘*oprc ,‘*oprcno,
no, ,‘*oprcno, Mits«a tomltb,
Julian A MaGoliu,
t and Barker Bags
I Long Gordon and
[ Griffith.
8. Vilgg—Nloola* R lando... I Band
4 Lanoorg—Doke of Fif0,....... Band
6. Banja Solo Me W L*horde
6. Polka—La Portcgsi...,,. ....Band
7. Vaisa-Ki Mccld Band
8. Song and Chorus H.M-Cor.
9. Ltuoerg—Oonnanght.. Band
10. Danzt—La Qriolla Band
Intermission Intermission-1.
1. Intermission-1. Valsa —D jeoing G*-'l Band
2, Song and Chorus HMOoy.
8, Lancets - Varsity...» Band
4- Valao—First Kiss Band
6. Comic Sour I Mr Long
C, Polka—Boone Bouobe Band
7 domio Song—Mr Noel—Tha euveot euveot[ure
[ure euveot[ure of * dry goods clerk in Margari’a
8. Valse—Heiiotrophe Oand
9, Boi g and Chorns H M.Coy
10 Danza,... Bouquet de Rosas
Int er mission
]. Valse Despedida Band
2. (Jcmlo hong Mr Laborde
3 Lanosrs—Patienoa Baud
4. Comic Reading Mr Parkinson
5- Valse...Magdalena Band
8. Song—Arab* Farewell... .Mr Glasoow
7< Valte—Tree Julie Band
8> Comic Song-- Mr Gordon
9. Valse —Soire Las Olas ..Band
,0. Galop—Quick step Band
“ God Save the Queen”
A. BLACKMAN.
Secretary.
D. HYNDMAN,
Director.
Rbuarks—Tbe whole will be aooom>
paniud on the Harp lud Guitar by
Hyt'dm&n and Farrell. Tickets will not
be sold at' he door on the night of the
OcEoerk
THE TWENTIETH
ANNUAL SALE
OF— OFGGVIRNMLNT
GGVIRNMLNT OFGGVIRNMLNT stock
WILE BE HELD AT
ST. CLAIR , on Friday, the 14 th
December, 190 U.
SALE TO COMMENCE AT 12 NOON
The Sile will comprise one Ooifc, 44
pure and o nes bred Cattle, Ram, L-mb
and Poultry.
HORSE.
No. 1 Ohio Chin—Ch* stur't Colt 15J
k b, 1 9-:gth years old Dim by Bust and
Bravesr. dire Serpa Pinto.
COWS COWS-2
-2 COWS-2 O'’®’)’ in Calf, Om; Pure bred Zsbu in
Calf.
HEIFERS.
1 1 1 re ’ Delfer 1 jasr 2 moe. 14 days
Ido do Ido 1 do 44 do
Ido do Ido 1 do 11 do
Ido do Ido 7 do Bdo
ldo do Ido 1 do 2do
Ido do Ido 1 do 2do
Ido do Ido (l do sdo
Ido do IU do 21 do
Ido do lO do 20 do
Ido d > lO do 18 do
ldo do —■ 10 do 16 do
Ido do 9 do 28 do
1 Pure Bred Zsbu Heller 1 year 2 mot.
24 dais.
BULLS.
1 Pure Bred Zebu Bull 2 yre 2 mes 12 dys
1 do do do do 2dol do 20 do
1 do do do do Idoll do
1 do do do do Ido4 do 9do
| BRED.
1} Bre l Zsbu Bull lyr 9 rang 7 dys
i da do do Ido 8 da 27
1 do do do Ido 7 do
1 do do do Ido 2 do 2
1 do do do Ido 1 do 9
1 do do do Ido 0 do 27
HALF BRED
1 * Bred Bull
1 4 do do
OXEN.
1 4 Bred Zebu ox rieiug 4 ye* is
l do do do do
i do do do do
1 do do do do
1 do do do do
1 do do do do
1 do do do do
1 do do do do
l do do do do
l Jo do do do
1 do do do do
1 do do do do
1 do do do do
l do do do do
4 Bam Lambs—Shropshire Bre«d
van
* POULTBY.
Seme Silver WYANDOTTE FOWLS
Condition of balh :
1. Terms cash due and payable on fall
of the hammer.
2- Immediately after the f*ll of ths b*m b*mtnerthe
tnerthe b*mtnerthe let d the rlak es tho
Purchaser, whru he shall be Habit,
for h s bid,
8. The loi must be removed within 8
Jsye of the sale Oaftaloguee of the
»«te with full particulars may be
rbtatrad In application to Messrs. F.
J. Scott .tud a, n, Government Ann Anntlooee-s
tlooee-s Anntlooee-s Nn 1 St. Viuoent Street
or to tbe M*aag r of the Govern
mal t Stock Fat in
(Sgd.) CHAS. ME ADEN,
Malinger Govt, Farm
F J. BCOTT.& SON.
Govt, Anotlonevra
81, Olfdl,
2i„l October. 19lQ.

SALE OP PROPERTIES
FOR ARREARS OF HOUSE BATES,
DURBUANT to Sv-otion 19 of the Port-if-lpain H;um Tax Ordinance 189,}
â–  Notice is hereby given that under and by virtae of warrants for sale under tbe
hin 1 of iha Ohlif (3 bearlaj data tha 25th day of Oobober. 1900th•
bcu«eo and parcels of land hereunder described will be sold by Public Auction
before the doors cf the Town Hail, on Tuesday, tbe £7th day rs Navombar 1900,
between the houre of one and two o’clock pon , unless the am mnt of House Rates
pne in reaped: of inch houses and parcels of land respectively, together with ten
per oen*. on the amount of auoh rates, and tbe ousts of and iooidenta! to enoh sale
be paid to the Town Clerk and Treesurer before *be day of sale.
No. Situation, Namns. Rat* Dun
18 ..Charlotte Street ..KT Pollard |iq 00
24a Da ~E Dca Santos and ethers ... 10 30
5f . .Clifton Street ..LJean >t 450
1 ..Clifton Hill Lands . .Samuel A young ... 315
2 .. „ ~ „ ...AFranoois .. 450
Ia ..Dert Street North ..Heirs of Cbaa. H Phillips .. 900
8a „ ..MrsLaureuoe for Boieden .. 160
6a ..Duke Street ..E Arrindell and others .. 460
40 .. do do .. R McKia .. 0 (JO
61a ..do do ..G K Johstou ~ 12 00
20ja ..East Dry River ..WmßAiieyne .. 133
51b .. do do ...Heirs if A. Law;a ce 270
69 ~ do do .. Rose Charles .. 226
67a .. do do ...J Guide 2 70
67il .. do do ..G Duncan 460
28a . .George Street . .L 8 Radix, H P Serville and FR
Sot villa ~ 15 00
18a ..Nelson Street ..JJ Regie ... 900
6a ..Pro Pioton Street ..Joseph Oliver 86j
6a ..Prince Street West ..M Aaron and o'.bers .* 180
12 .. do do ...R Riohardson *.* 460
2(’a .. do to ...A Baptiste nnd others * I 9 60
12 ...Rose Hill ..FLong ” ggo
4b ~Bt James Street ..K M Scyer (Smith’s land) ” 10 80
3a . .St Joseph Road ..A Duhe'ry \ \ 375
lliA .. do do ~M O Valerquez 80
Ia ..Town Ocuujil Street ..H Ar.estan ’* 750
4 ..Victoria Street ..MORivon * * 800
5 ..Woodford do ..Susanna Chtiatopher ** 900
20 .. do do ..George Huggine " Igo
SUBURBS.
8 . .Belle Er.u Road . .G Rouse 90
22a ..Belmont Valley Road ~L R Ferdinand " 90
6 ..Laventille Road ..A Haddock ** 108
JOBEPH ARNOLD LAMY,
Town Clerk and Treasurer,
THE
WofliiT of the Mi Cmtirj.
THE ARTIFICIAL STOMACH
OR
Dr. Kuntz’s Powder
over 900,090 boxes are Cowed Moatbly in Europe $ America
InfAl ible Cure for Msotions ot the Stomach & Intestines.
This n a powder state, oan be oallod marvellous, it is recognized by the
medical eminenoies aud we cun assure a good reanlt whenever it be used.
IT CURES
DYSPEPSIAS in their different forms
DIARRHOEAS with or without (Joiio
ERUPTIONS OF SKIN that ara leni’i'ly produced by intes
tinal infjotion
HE AD-AC HEP; the oonacqtiaaoa of bad dijestbu
SLEEPINESS reaultinf* of eiow aud ic complete disrevtion
GIDDINESS A VOMITING for pregnant women
DRIVES AWAY
Bourne**. Winds, Thirst after me&L, Repugnance of food, that may bo pro produced
duced produced either by indigestible aliments, over eating, excess of wine and Spirits,
want of rest after moils, eating in too great a hurry as it often happens to
badness men, olerks and all those that have mental work after meal*
••THE ARTIFICIAL BrOMAOH”-oan be used by Children, and Adultr.
without any daDger ’
Retailed By all Druggists of the 8.W.1., and Wholesale by
Ci\BLOS GUIA & BONB,
Corner of St. James & Duka Streets.
Port-of-Spain Trinidad
80LK AGENT FOB THE 8.W.1. V

TBINIDAD
In the Supreme Oouit of Tdnidad and
Tobago—’Summary Jurisdiction—
Porfcf-Spftin.
Nc. 260 of 1900,
Between
Joseph Nthid—Plaintiff
and
St. Rise William—Defaudant;
|)UBLIO NOTICE i* hereby giren
* that by an Order of His Honour
tho Chief Justice made in this action cn
tbe IBth tby of October 1900 there will
be put up for sale before the of the
Court Hi use Pi il -of-Spaln onThuraday
th» tUh dav cf December 1900 between
the hours of of in and two j> m,
All aud Singular those two several
paiceis of land tbe first thereof oomp. is
lug 16 nores be tbe same a iittle mure
or less delineated aud with the abuttals
and boundaries shown in the Crown
Grant entered in Vulume IX folio 502
aud bounded on the North by a read
reserved on tho Sooth by a road 44 links
wide cn the East by Uud* p«titio>'e.t for
by M Johusou and on tbe West by iamb
us S St. Jean and the second there, f
situate In the Town of St, Jcaeph Id tbo
I«!and of Ttiuidad and known as ths
half lot Nt. 2 Abercrombie Street and
abutting on tbe North upon lot No. 2b
of Aberorombie Street on tha South upre
lot No. 1 cn the High Hoad end on the
VV eat upon ihn said Abercrombie Street
tuljeot aa regard tbe ptroei of land
firstly desorl* ed to a mortgage ia favour
of Hi» Excellency Oclouel David Wile u
Uovurnor of Btitlsh Llon.’u aa and Allied
Syndey Bowen created by a memoran memorandum
dum memorandum of muttgage dated tbe 10th day of
February 1899 and tbe pay met 1 1 cf the
sum oi |4OO cu the 10th day ol February
1904 aud Inteieat thereon thereby se secured,
cured, secured,
Dated this 22nd day of Ootober 1900.
(eg\) ERNES! D CLARKE,
Deputy Reglstt ar
Wanted
TWO or three Canvassers. Payment
by cotnraisdion. Only thoee wil willing
ling willing to work hard &Dd persistently
need apply. Apply Sunbeam Benefit
E« iety Lid.

AUCTION SALE
FOR
Tuesday, 27th Novr., 1900,
AT
NO. 2, ST, VINCENT STREET.
FAVOURED with Inatruoticus received
â–  the undersigned will offer for sale
tbe following Hous3hoid Furnitnro and
effeota. property of a gentleman ieavh g
the Island viz;—Bentwood Ohaire, Easy
Chairs, Hat stand. Card Tables. Whs|.
nots, Sofa, Hookers. Mark's T’p Tables,
Bamboo Fiawor Stand*, Side Board,
1 HANDSOME COTTAGE PIANO
(STRONG & SONS)—in v.ry good cot -
uitiun. Piano Stool, Iron Bedstead*,
Toils: Table, Towel Rack eto. and for
other interests.
1 Laudeau & 2 Bread Vans.
SALE AT l P M.
Terms Cash Before Delivery.
BRED. KM. BOOTT,
Auctioneer,
No. 2 Bt Vince? t Street,
21st November, 1900,
0-0 TO
Ross's Warehouse
KING STREET
-FOR-
Bargains
FOR SALE,
AN elegant American Victoria, n’arly
new and a fine, strong American
horse. Apply at
MRS VON BAUDTIZ,
|2od- Im

EVIDENCE IS
BETTER THAN TALK.
CALL AT ONCE!
CALL AT ONCE I
AT
MAILLARDS
AND BEE TEE
For the Ladies we have the moat charming array of
DRESS MATERIALS
in the Island, comprising the latest creations in
BILKI FRNQH MUSLIMS, B\E£MB, Ed.,
ALL PERSONALLY BELEOTED BY MB MAILLARD HIMBBLF.
OUR MILLINERY DEPARTMENT,
under the able management of MADAME HALL,
who during the short time she has been here has
given entire satisfaction. HATS made by her
and made to order, Paris modes—real Beauties.
(Menu's Holiday fur.
Tl;is Department is repute with all the latest
Novelties ia Ties, dollars, Shirts, and speoial
lines in
TWEEDS AND COATINGS FOR THE SEASON.
HATS To Suit Every Face—all styles, Hat Bands to matoh;
Ready Made Clothing
Stylish Patterns, well made, and look equal to
made-to-order Clothing.
M AIL L A R D ’ S
PRINTS & COTTONS.
Despite theorise in the prioes of these GOODS
we still continue to sell at the lowest prioes in
the market. We have a line of
White and Coloured MUSLINS
Worth from 150. to 400. which we are
going to sell at from 8 a to 180.
DON’T FORGET !
Maillard’s Sell
Boots & Shoes
All we ask you is to see our

SHOW WINDOWS.
and wc ira sure that jou will step in and get jnst the thing
you wanted.
GALL AT ONCE I
Corner* of King and Frederick Streete
EL popular:



STEPHENS AND SCOTT “THE STORES."
nnN'T put n ‘f*
Until the middle of December to place your order for
gr YOUR NEW SUIT.
It is to your advantage to order it AT ONCE.
Because it gives our Cutter and our workmen time to put their very best and artistic style and work into it, WHEREAS if you
put ofi ordering your suit for the present it comes in with the Christmas rush, when the workmen are hard at it DAY & NIGHT.
SPECIAL SHOW BEGINNING MONDAY 19â„¢
OF—
Toys and Games, Games and Toys, English and Spanish Christmas and New Year Trimmed Hats (a lovely lot direot from Daria just reoeived).
Pay a visit of Inspection to ‘The Stores’

Marbie Tombstones
Artistic Monuments,
Made in Italy, by skilled Sculptors. For sale and made to
order. All particulars, and thre splendid specimens, oan be
seen at our offioe and show rooms.
M:. j. TAUh'FL fe OOm
Corner of 7\ ing and Charlotte Streets.

THE ORINOCO
Shipping and Tiding do,, Ltd.,
69, KINO BTBEBIT, PORT-OF-SFAIN, TBINIDAD,
166, FBNOHUBC3 JRTKET r.ONDON, K.O,
STEAM? R 8
MAQABBO LINE. | TJT RIVER BTEAMESB.
8. 8 Boi»xvab * S. 8. Apobi.
a, 8 Maniamabbs I 8. 8. Goan abb.
S, a, Dima i g. 3. Uastabbo,
Tua Bak Cablob 8. S. Sooobbo
8, 8- Einoi.
8. 8. Moboanizo.
J
BQ ***
Manaanarat ” n ider Govonment 0 v oarnriog Mall* and Passenger*
noornon and Family Tfoketa iuned f<« orounltnp at speoiai ratea (meal*
Quoded).
. R»gPiar oombined ieivioe by the f! Vsmcador ’ and 3, 3. “ Bolivar 1
Mwwb La Gualra, Quanta, Onmana, M (Porlaraar), Garnpano, Trinidad,
»nd Ciudad Bolivar,
Through tiokets l»«nod between La Prrt-of-Spain and Intermediate
PWWiaodpoint* ontho Upper Orlnooo ea.-t *■> by the » ,5 . D >° ratee of freight between Or ? ' Bolivr - and Hhr-pe, and between
lit unaira and the Intermediate port* on tVt al j au! Barqpo.
* u< * *** *• the Company’s Chief OZfi oe
Telephene. Telegraphia Address.
wepakb Office 121 „ J Trinidad
Wrwbonse lIC V*M»*oi.*rm < ~
nn n •* 1 Car ACM
Office Box o'*. $ Now York

TO AMATEUR PHOTOGRAPHERS.
I HAVE just received one of the latest
in small Cameras whioh I will sail at a
small margin above cost so as to intro introduce
duce introduce this speolal and reliable maohino in
this Colon?, It is the only machine now
used by tourists la the Doited States and
Canada. You can oali at my Pbannaoy
to have a look at same
PETER ABTtfUR BAM3BY.

THE VICTORIA
DE LIZKEA oo
RECEIVED PER fl.g. “ MARAVAL."
36 OHE§T Os P#AW£ft6
U Dr»«H„_ d Assorted at SB, 8, and $lO eaoh.
**36 lni?no ! ?i n HANGING LAMPS f deeded) et $6 ard $7 30 eaob ;
I qairl, 3 qivta and 3 quart* at 7/
W , PER S. S. “ EDEN.”
***ond r 7l ,^ esork Bintwsod CbaDs (large size) at sl2 dozen and
Wr, j ; " OZ9D Ten dozen Hookers (Bentwood) at $8.50 and $9 5o
h 1/ ik Moulding at cbe*p rates ; one ow» Parcelling Twine
Rod e P eoi *Ily strone Six Gross Obeap Nankin Dobs. One gro»
*DI LrLr*!? ri ** 18c eaob 150 Gross BALLOONS at 80« gross at
M A A Co., The Victoria, Ko. J 3, Frederiok Street

THE PORT OP fPAIN GAZETTE FRIDAY NOVEMBER 23. 1900

Notice to Smokers
4
HABANA,
Deposito de Tabacos y Cigarrillos de Todas Classed.
MARINE SQUARE, NO. 2,
Stock on hand of th© shoiceit Cigara at the following
Fries* to dofy competition.
Govcinova by 'jox of 50...59 00 pr 10 » Panelelaa by box of 50... 400 pr 100
Rains Vioioria ,50.. 670 ~ Ranitaa ... „ *0... 400 „
Lond’.es ~ 50... 624 ~ , Yourg L»dlea „ 5 J... 350 „
Bouquet ~ 25... 600 ~ After Sapper... ~ 50... 250 „
Conchas Eape Eapedalea
dalea Eapedalea ... ~ 50... 480 „ I
“ The proof of the padding if hi eating thereof, ’’ ao purobaaera are
strongly advised to give our aoleot b!o aka Inal before spending thoir money
nl aoujbura
“ SHOEING IS BELIEVING.”
Ath, Fortier.

Steamer*' Movement*.
BO MIMSLIJKI WEBTjNDIBHF
MAILD BNBI
IJta .firm CstoataJ Oemptny bU,—d*tnt>
IJRINB MAURITB—The Dutch Mai!
L Steamer “ Frina Maurita” 1b duo bore
from Venezuelan porta on or about the 35th
November 1900 proceeding afterwards to
C-merara, Paramaribo Havre and Amßtei-;
dam taking oargo paaaongera and maila,
ORANJE NASSAU -The Dutch Mail
Rteamer “ Oranja Nassau” la due here
from Amaterdam via Paramaribo and Deme Demerara,
rara, Demerara, on or about the 2Gih November 1900
proceeding afterward.’ !o Carupano Ormana
Quanta, La Guayra, Puerto Cabeilo, Cura Curaoao,
oao, Curaoao, Jacmai, Aux Oayes, Port au Prince and
New York taking, cargo, paaaeogera and
maila-
JEANNE-The Dutch Mail Chartered
Steamer Jeanne” Is due hare from
Amaterdam via Pe:amatlbo and Dome rara
on or about the 10th December, 1900, pro proceeding
ceeding proceeding afterwards to Oatupano, Qumant
Uuanata. LaGuaira, Pto. Cabeilo, Curagao
Jaomel, Aux Cayes, Port au Prince and
New York, Rising oargo, paaaongera. nud
maila.
jj >RINB WILLEM IV—The Dut oh Mai
jj_ Steamer •• Trina Willem IV” la duel
here from Venezuelan Porta on or about
tbe 13th December, 1900. proceeding after afterwords
words afterwords to Demerara. Paramaribo, Havre and
Amsterdam taking oargo passengers and
mails.
riRINB WILLEM 111-The Dutch Mall
JL Steamer *• Prlua Willem 111” fs due
here from Amsterdam via Paramaribo, and
Demerara on or about tbe 3Gth December
1900 proceeding afterwards to Oarupano,
Cumana, Quanta, La Quayra, Pnocto
Cabeilo, Curacao, Jaomel, Aux Cayee, Port
au Prinoe and New York taking oargo pas passengers
sengers passengers and mails.
PRINB WILLF.M 11.- The Dutoh Mail
Steamer *! Ptins Wiilom II” is due
here from Venezuelan Porta on or about the
37th December 1900, proceeding afterwards
to Demerara, Paramaribo Havre Am Amaterdam
aterdam Amaterdam taking carvo, passengers and maila.
TRINIDAD LINE OE STEAMERS
I'rinulad Shipping t > RENADA-Tbe 8 8 ‘'Grenada” of tbe
VjT Trinidad Line will leave for New York
on the I7th November and la due here 35tb
November 1900
\ f ABAVAL- The s.s “ Maraval” of the
iVJLTrinidad Line will leavo New York on
Saturday the 31th November 1900 and is
due bore via Qrenada on Tuesday Ith
COMPYQNIE GENERAL TfIANdAT
LANTIQUE.
0 Leotaiuld Son
% TILDE DE Tt NGEIi —The French
? Steamer "Viiie do Tanger'' from
Eurcp? via Guadc-Icupo. Martinique and Bt.
Lucia, is due here on or about the 33rd
November, proceeding afterwards to Deme Demerara,
rara, Demerara, Surinam and Cayenne, taking passen passengers,
gers, passengers, malls and oargo,
i CANADA.—Tfco French Mall Steamer
V > ” Canada,” Is du» b*ra from Venezuelan
porta on tbe 30th November, proceeding
all-wards to Martinique, Guadeloupe. Ban
tandar, Bordeaux and Havre, taking pa-sen
gets, mails and oargo,

THE ROYAL BTEAM PACKET CO.
F 8 Bcott d Son—Agent,
DERWENT -The R M Extra Steamer
Derwent ia In port taking cargo and
will also take passengers, calling at Grenada,
St Lucia and Europe.
br DEN. The RMB ‘ Eden' will leave on
Li 28th November for Tobago and L*
Guaita taking oargo passe ngera and maila.
(jT DEN. The RMB * Eden ’ will leave on
T 5 ‘ 6th Daoember tor Southampton
("Trent’ homeward from Barbados) and
othei Watt India Islands, Dem*:«ra Suri Surinam
nam Surinam Colon eto. taking oargo, passengers and
malls.
LONDON DIRECT LINE.
New Oolonial o ompauy Limited Agents.)
THE London Dir rot Line steamer Slbun
i- due here from London via Barba Barbados
dos Barbados on or about the 23rd instant, proceed
Ing afterwards to the Northern Islands
taking oargo. passengers and Mails,
FREDERICK LRYLaND & CO. (1900)
LIMITED WEST INuIA & PACIFIC
BRANCH.
New Colonial Company Limited—Agent*
BERNARD HALL—The s.a 1 Bernard
Hall' is doe here from Liverpool via
Barbados on or about tbo 11th December
1900 prooeedlDg afterwards to LaGuayra,
Pto Cabeilo; Onracac; SavanlTs and Carl
tbagens taking cargo passengers and maiie.
SARGABBO The London Dlreot Line
steamer 1 Sargasso' I* duo due here
from London via Barbados on or about the
Ist Deoember 1900 proceeding afterwards to
Demerara Berbioe and Surinam taking
o ergo pamegers and malls.
UC LONIAL BANK EXCHANGE
lILUHB BATna—textcm
Draft*
W dayr ~ 4.83 por 4 UK)
'0 i, i, 4.85 do
80 4 87 do
8 ii i, *BB do.
FAKIB
Draft#
30 days «. lot 617 pe» [|
80 |, ... ~ 6,15 do.
30 „ ~ 6,13 do.
3 n i 6.11 do,
Demand on Lliydi—Pc p<*r £nr par*,
New Vork Rate rs Exrh .rgo T r/o prrm
Htarop fee |r be ad. VI in ever*
Port of Spain— l2th Nov 190 Q
S>hippiD)s ia'eliigfocL
ARRIVALS.
22nd Novr,
BOLIVAR, Ven stmr, Alcala, 581
tons, Si hours. Ciudad Bolivar
5 donkeys, 52 oxen, 23 bales halata,
571 pkgs general cargo for tran transhipment
shipment transhipment to Europe, 5,027 pkgs for
New York and 12 dkrs.—Orinoco
Flopping & Trading Co. Ltd.
HEBALD, Amer three masted achnr,
Keys, 474 tons, 22 days, Fernan
dina 341,371 feet lumber—Trini lumber—Trinidad
dad lumber—Trinidad Shipping & TradiugCo,

TO-DAY’B FIXTURES,
Annual Inspection 4th and sth
Companies of Boys’ Brigade at Moul Moulton
ton Moulton Hall 7.30 p.m,
Bale of New and Beoond bond
Biojoleß I p.m by J Bussell Murray.
Almanack thia Day.
HIOHWATBR.
Port of Spain Morn 4 61. .Aft 5.01 p.m.
Sun rise* .. 6 08 pm.
Sun sets ~ .. 63 1 p.m
Moon sets .. .. <*.sß p,m.
THE ice HOUBE_ restaurant^
Mena
Freeh Oysters
Turtle Boup
Boiled Fish
Sausages and Eggs
Turtle Oullete
Beef Steak Pie
Turtle Steak
Salmi Veal
Mutton Oatie’s
Mutton Chops
Veal Outlets and Peas
Park Chops
Sirloin Steak
Hump Steak
Boost Mutton
Pepper Pot.
Jam, Cheese, Fruit,Coffee.
Vanilla Creams (Extra),
THE GAZETTE
poar.
FRIDAY, 23hd NOVB. 1900.
WANTED, A NEW BUILDING
ORDINANCE
Thera are signs just now of con considerable
siderable considerable activity in the building
trade in Port-of-:'pain. Within the
last few months, Messrs Rebeiro and
Co. have erected extensive ware warehouse
house warehouse oa the South Quay, opposite
tho Standard Hesturaut, and two
other buildings are in course of erec erection
tion erection at the Almond Walk corner and
the Duncan street corner. In the
upper part of the town too, where
the better class of residences
are to be found, several new dwellings
have been lately erected which are
very welcome additions to the domes domestic
tic domestic architecture of our capital The
Government has not put up any
structures of importance this year,
but it ia evident that the need lor
some more public buildings is becom becoming
ing becoming pressing. Besides the new ware warehouse
house warehouse to be erected on the reclaimed
land, e new Treasury building and a
new Post Office have been spoken of
and will possibly receive early atten attention.
tion. attention. It is to be regretted that the
want of a more up-to-date Bnilding
Ordinance prevents ,the authorities
from availing tliemselvea of the
present opportunity of improv improving
ing improving the South Quay frontage
THE ASPHALT CO. vs. THK
ATTORNEY-GENEBAL.
The Full Court has bcen’occupied
for about ten Lours listening to the
argument on a demurrer in the above
case No less than five learned gen gentlemen
tlemen gentlemen addressed the Court on the

points in dispate, which speak â– 
volumes for the patience of the
learned components of the Court.
This proceeding on demurrer appears
to be an antiquated form of proce procedure
dure procedure now available only to the Crown,
ordinary litigants having been de deprived,
prived, deprived, very wisely we o.nnot but
think, of thia means of exhausting
judicial energy. It is a j»d commen commentary
tary commentary on the state of the laws which
we live under and which every one of
us ia supposed to know, that two
judges and five of our leading barris barristers
ters barristers (including the law officers of the
Crown) should be engaged ten hours
ia discussing whether or no a certain
action can be brought (for that, we
understand, is the gist of the demur demurrer)
rer) demurrer) and whether there is ,any dis distinction
tinction distinction between the Sovereign and
the Government ia a Crown Colony,
CURRENT EVENTS,
It Is generally rumoured that
there will be some important
magisterial changes early neat year,
when, it is staled on fairly reliable
authority that al least two stipendary
Justioes will retire from the servloe
and another will be promoted.
The following passengers arrived
by the Veneaaelan steamer Bolivar
yesterday morning Mrs. N. de
Henderson child; and servant, Mrs.
E, de Feangas, id ::e, J. de Hlngin,
Miss Teodcra I rieto, Mlm Wilhel Wilhelrninr
rninr Wilhelrninr vVeeion, Miss Lilian Greenidge (
Messrs Miguel A. Petes Gatola>
George Bevilaeqaa, J. M. Ortega,
d. fiarnenits, Andres Pietronloni,
O. Longrave, and Antonio Bodrigaea.
For ths recent post of Superinten Superintendent
dent Superintendent of the Quarintine Stastioa, an
incredibly large number of applications
some from gentlemen of high standing
socially and otherwise, have been eent
in to the proper eource The Super Superintendent
intendent Superintendent is furnished with a residence
on Lenagan’s Island (nov the Fumi Fumigating
gating Fumigating station) and the t salary attached
to the office ie X 125 per annum. Thia
we understand ie, however, likely to
be reduced, for it is stated that save
the post office work, (which is very
trifling and the attention paid some somelimn
limn somelimn to the few ships end passengers
that may be quarantined in the course
of the year, there ia very little to do,
save to go out in the station’s boat
and indulge in fishing and tea bathing
The Bt Ann’s Local Road Board,
though organised so late this year,
still contiaues to give great satiifac
tion to all concerned. At San Juan
especially—a place which formerly
furnished ho many complaints in regard
to baddreins, snake-infested local roads
Ac —a great change has been effected
aud the villagers are now loud in
their praise of the improvements
effected. The Board as well as its
officials deserve much praise for the
very practical manner in which they
carry out the business entrusted to
them
By the conversion of the existing
structure leading from Queen street
over the Dry River into a proper

bridge suitable for vehicular traffic
the Town t'omraissioners would earn
tke greatest gratitude from the resi residents
dents residents of the Seuth Eastern district
of Port-of-Hpain. If not too late for
being included ia the projected works
for next year, we beg to suggest that
the Commissioners consider the feasi feasibility
bility feasibility of the undertaking to that it
may be included in their estimates.
Our attention has been called to the
manner in which the Eastern Mein
roed is being metalled. Without the
surfsoe of the roed being prepared by
digging, loads of macadam are heaped
on the road and irregularly spread
over it by a gang of coolie labourers
who take life at their leisure, there
being apparently no direct supervision
of the work so done. Naturally to
avoid the jolting caused by driving
over the roughly spiced macadam, and
ease their animals, carters generally
choose the sides of the roed. but this
has been prevented byplacing alongside
the road logs of wood, a proceeding
directly ia opposition to the Roada
Ordinance.
By the last Royal Mail steamer
which arrived from Southampton {
the Protector of Immigrants, the
Hon. Commander Coombs KN ; re received
ceived received word that the May, the first
immigrant ship which is to arrive
here this season with immigrants from
Oelcntta, did not leave on the soth
October—her echedlued time ;so that
it is not likely ahe will arrive hure
before the end of January or begin beginning
ning beginning of February.
We bag to oall the attention of oar
readers to the advertisement, which
appears in another column, giving the
programme to be rendered by the
Uy adman Minstrel Company, assisted
by other amateurs at their Promenade
Ooneert which comes off next Friday
eveaiug at the Prince* Building. The
ticket* are being |qui.-k!y disposed of
and a most enjoyable evening may be
expected by those who attend the
cod cert.
Oar attention has been c died to a
portion of the concret > drain near the
Belmont Orphanage, the foundation of
which ie completely undermined. Un Unless
less Unless the eame it attended to before a
heavy down poar of rain, what will
now cost comparatively little to pat
in order, will require a large expendi expenditure
ture expenditure to set right. It is hoped that the
authorities will bear in mind, in the
interest of the taxpayers the old adagt
of the etitoh in time.
The fifth anniversary of the SI,
Cecilia Friendly Society was cele celebrated
brated celebrated by % Bang Meat at the Oat be*
dial of the Immaealate Conception
yesterday morning ; Gounod’s 2 part
Maso in O being rendered by tba
oboir. Vbe eelebrsot was Bar.
Father Raymond Walsh O.P. *1 the
conclusion of mass the members
of the society oeeoapsnfod by Mend*
and delegatee from other societies
proceeded to the Si. Oeeflia Lodge
where refreshments were partaken
of. In connection with tbe society,
a promenade concert will be given at
tbe Soath Quay Hall on Monday
night.
(Continuiq on Paul 4,

7



8

BTANMRP LIFE A-TiiA-CF COT.
Established 1825,
Head Office Edinburgh, Scotland
Amtmmi Revtnn* .. ... .. .. i'
Bcmu> .. ..
Cletime Fend etceod .. . .. .. -• iS’^iyMSS
MODERATE RATE, ABSOLUTE SE-CUBITY
tiibira! Surrender raluoa after Three "Saare,
LOANS ADVANOHD on security ai Policies u» Do ‘Mi per wnt, of Sue ;«ur«
render ralno. »t 6 per carl. ins»r. r‘t,
1M MKMATI9 RKUOGTION to home »a*«* dr. ns rialt* i > hntup* ana other
temper at r climates.
PROPOSAL AoCKf SKI) end pottsD* b*‘..>ed In ’;he ladle* without
♦ferenoe . •< Haa-.i Office,
OLA?MB PAID imotfeifaiaiy on pro ;l >f d.«if;h and title and r, ,ktl'raent ueao
any She Company*# Agenoie*.
POM IBS fin which B§e iscdtaitM era nunbalfonyaaMeafter Two Years.
TABLM OF BA'IKB ■ -dan Information ms; be abteine' on H?>oli<«*Moa at
ths Officecf the Gomptny. Corner of Obaoan Street and M'int, Square ;s crt-i!-
Spain.
Offlw K.W.: Ft.n, 10 h> 4.
Oweral Arvr.S end Inspector
lfO»*~iS»ery ?•»>“ since 1888 the New Bneinei* hew *xc» *1,000,000, a result
maintained anlnterraptedljr for *o long * p«Htd by no c-Awr officiss in the
the United Kins do®. Last year for the ftr-i War ■ ■ the Nrw Bnsir.c«
oeeded *'1,000.000.
LA INIfctiKLDAl)'
CIGARS AND CIGARET ES FACTORY
Elaborated with Tobacco Imported Expressly from
Habuna & Venezuela.
- Our made with Caripo and Guanaguana tobccno, are
EXCELLENT *ND i HK*P M
We guarantee our Cigarettes to ho the best in the island,
made of RA SANA tobacco, at the very lowest price possible.
—Our motto is HOOD AND CHEAP 11 Tar tubm to
BE BUBE OF IT 1H
Prices •
CIGARS *' BENORITAB’ per 100 ... 8 shillings
dc "EBPEOIALK3 do ... 10 do
dn “ ELEOANTKB” do ... 12 do
do -VICTORIAS” do ... 16 do
CIGARETTEF. o d •’znti
Each Package Contains 18 Cigarettes.
WHOLESALE, IDS OUNT IN PROPORTION
Port-of«Sp*)n, Trinidad let September, 1900
Almond Walk No. I D.
KAMTRTCZ * MONTHS nB CA.
The 1 eat Talking t chine
kdocx
THE ZON O-PHONE.
Tbe Fcientifie American
think* it tbe moat power powerfui
fui powerfui Machine of »be hind, JSHBk
pre-eminently suited for
Only one to bnr.d wi.h
eighteen reoorda of tbe
firat oliae. Other*, ex-
For price and terms
‘ ppl> 10
Cba> Byl- fmwiuuM

S Dreyfu ,
OPTICIAN,
28b FREDERICK MRKHT,
COR Preeblonla. Myopia aud Aelig a»
* tl*m In gold, got I 111. r d
Aloiniaico frames Bi iminati' nos >ght
free,
BKFHHKNCBB;
Port o —T ml ad B.W I.
October lo*h 1000.
I certify that M»' Drojlut ha* tiled
my «y«« for antlgn ,tl*m cud ht» girtn
mo euliro b itUf .Hii n. 10, r> o i.uu" *
buo to any no requlri* „ g'*a«t t.
tH4» F Eiuiuiyiß,
Revd W M ’'prin«#r, Ta> rl»u* ~
Bifocal (}’»*• «3
W L Hut.yon K BHcc»! Qinuoi
JOai’ RECEIVED
By x B.S, tithiraval
S-'dlT EMULSION n,| L v (
(«tn«i { and !-. «o i las K( m
Ro ' , K'lnnj » Km e UUI v, VV ill
plm U d TJv,i ih (-t at I l.«r ■ a
Huai ' i
Pli k Pitii, Kim H ii in
Ayor’n Cherry P (J ti >
tdiflVrerit Mr.rr) Uli T *
tencae’ Mi-go 0 , K-.i
Aloook’s Pi.-itii- P t.”, Wm i w'<
Hyrup, Barrel,’«■ <’ i •
M cthol Oovi’K (I'll •• t in )
Ud '’is P.dophyl Fi t t
moot r i other n • .us v-. > I
iota* tbo bo poet rate at fl.o
PFOPMC’H PHAltM*< \
' B-I J il it I HU I L ~i J , .v

ffHI PORT OF SPAIN GAZETTE, FRIDA? NOVEMBER M, 1900.

FORJULK.
WE cro now landing Kx. Pchocner
ELENA" from Hacxbpobt,
Noe* Boot la.
S2‘\ooo ft W P BOARDS of realty ,< o 1
[qualify
S'*ooo 'I do do eeeoi. tl qualify
ALSO
Kx Hoh. cm r "KM WILLY ’ from
New York.
160,000 ft W P HOAKD 4 p’aned 2 * Idea
OAT in lengths of 12, 13. 14
and IH feet
2f. 00-> ft W P Board* p'a .ad 4 tide.
26,t00 ft do do do 1 »ida >1
two edg.«
26,000 ft do do planed 1 aloe
[G & T
ICO 000 ft < 0 ft ohea wide to lb i chea
16,(210 it W P PLANKS 2 x 12
10.0 olf do tlo li xl2
We offer the above ae u»ml Che in !
J. O. NEW BOLL).
November 7th
YOU A- G-r
high or HH
I'onr-iture
(K»B AT THM
UP-TO-MTE PHOTO GALLERY,
I ort ortef-8,
ef-8, ortef-8, »Ii
l < S\ f i f i /• «H.V Y ,
N* „ O■» i r.-'pi
j . U «.* - eY * * V

GOOD WINES!
GOOD WINES!
A LARGE VARIETY OF
SUPERIOR BORDEAUX WINES, SPANISH WINES,
RHEIN E WINES.
in time for the approaching holidays.
Boland’s Pharmacy
LOWER HENRY STREET.
Arrived!
MULES, MULES.
EX S. 8, “ GRENADA,”
25 LARGE k IIDIIJI NUDES
To be soen at my stables corner of Richmond and Lower
Prince Street.
J. HIBSIMO.
TO A LOVER OF TEA
There ta no more delioioua
drink To meet this the
CITY DRUG STORE:
Haa a blend of CEYLON TEA tha beat of its kind, Jaat give ife a trial
and you will ba convinced by its exoelieot taste and flavour.
EUTHYMOL PASTE, TABLETS & CREAM for the teeth, breath and
skin. Tbia ia the latest produation of media U soience.
BROMO-RODA <4 BROMOSELTZER to quiet yuur nerves and regulate
your Htomaoh.
MINERAL WATERS—Vichy, Celaatina and Graule-Grille; Carabana
Hunyadi Janoa, Cariaband &a,
GEO. VERSELLES,—Druggist,
NIGHT BELL. 17a Park Street.

Tasso, Tasso.
IT In v *,& €|ii.aJil v v
JUST LANDED
FOR HALE BY
LUCIEN F. AMBARD AND SON,
3, CHARLOTTE STREET.
14th Nov 1900

jJ WATSON'S xix
•s Old Blended
I GLENLIVET WHISKY g
*=; DUNDEE*
Stx>
~«=
tr*
, CM ) . ... fc»Pi
rlis a pure matured aptn .of very superior flavour t?a
"*=* ' a *y J « H“jo> i a very popular pocitiOD
ja; wherever ntroduccd. S
sirs
Supplied to All Leading Hotel* Sc Club*
S- Ai B Inal of tJbi» high class Whisky will cer'ainly c?
e* re»ult Id appreciation, fen l your oniors at or.ee *o P
i : LEE LUM S<: CO,
&
POBT-07 SPAIN,

NOTICE.
t
r* HEREBY oiu’ion tho Pub io not to |
L glr« credit to my wife Gauge!* »he
haring left my hi u,e wlthi ut any oaau< j
Hi* |
BEHARRY X I
Mark
Witneta to mark
Francis I.amr>rt
Atuua, (Rli Nor,
1

FOR SALE.
A CRKOLJC BUILT BUGGY
I’ONY AND U ABN KBS.
FOR CASH OR ON MODERATE TERMS.
Apply |q
P. BLANO,
No, b 9, Eas) Dry River,
Dukg tiucui Bruise,

VIOLET FRSRES, Thuir (France)!
BYR3H i, ;i savoury drink, eminently tonlcand appetising, it is made H
old red wines, exceptionally generous, put into contact with cinchona R
bark and other biller substance of first quality. It borrows from all B
these substances an agreeable llavour and some precious cordial and B
febrifuge properties, and it owes to the natural wines which alone B
conlrtbale 10 lte preparation, its high hygienic superiority,
As an appetising and tonic BYRRH should be taken pure, at a dose of I
Mixed with cold water, and in preference with seltzer or soda water |
Hfjggg|*||p it makes a drink which perfectly refreshes without debilitating.
SPECIMEN(IIBVTTLE I3di>Ot in POUT OF SPAIN : JK., IE. ItOI.A\I)
kNGRENIER’S Msyto«s«y«» nf_X— €
Lozenges !
tit my teaai®* m wtefe |kj g* . %
»*k*»a•:teatlskg&iak. Qlv OJiliP |
■M, rms* a* AM-nriA mi ««■ tkernOm i

GrovedTlillsl
- lor mstiliing $ rectifying E
_ J!.? BRAW JiEG, RUMS, ft
C Tfc, rut do Thi At re, 75 R
1 GUIDE-BOOK tor Distillers Essen- »
H tfal Oils, etc. MANUAL for Distillers of ROMS and R
gjLIusTRATED price lists free on application. ML

NEW PIANOS
JUST RECEIVED
Several " STERLING” PIANOS In
black cases, tome with 3 pedals
good and cheap. .
OTTO PIANOS,
BBINSMEAD PI ANO H
STERLING ORGANS
with 11 stops for only $50.00
CAM, AT
H. MONUfiAUX
Oomar of Qnoft-- h FreL-ylok Streets
JOHN LOG I
CLOTHIER d CUTTER
Begs *o nolify his friend? and On a
tenners that he has received a lan
and Ba*» assortment of
TW â– 
Coatings Serge-
Ac., Ac., i-e,
to avoid disappointment ple«u.
leave orders early,
JOHN LOGIE.
*' THE SCOT, 5 /. 8 ’
B/11/90 Marius "auare.

IMPORTANT
THE PUBLIO is hereby notified the*
Mr Ji hn Mitchel, Iftto Washer end
Pioseir, 'not Dyer” ( for all the eyeing
hue s’ways been done by myself, ret
assistants are only for washing, piosd
and mending) hiring fcoen (iisoherg. d,
has thorof re no connection wth my
establishment.
All parcels sent mo should be ed~
dressed R. J. J. (JLAMENS, Trinldvd
Dye Works, Coiner of Duke and Georg'’
S’reets,
N.B.—Above can’t bo mintakeu ; Its
the largest rnd O' ly reliable Uleanii g
and Dyeing Establishment in the West
Indies.
Horse?, Horses,
Landed To-day
Fx H. S. “ Grenada ” from
New York.
TIGHT o rofnliy eileob 1 aid stylish
ParldV aid Draft R.'rsts, via;—
1 V*i- B'sok M*h i e.u ifuli'i matched
1 fcl ik Mare and Gelding—a*ro a good
match
1 o iinbr .addle cr
draft
l Dapple Gray Mare—A erf.ot anim 1
and gentle.
I Bay Mare—A stylirh animal.
I Bay Mare—A beauty.
The abovo anim* » I are h:c n seleote 1
by a judge ar d thos tffers »i. opportu opportunity
nity opportunity to purchase)a requiriig a really
good ho ae
To bo seen at cur Bt\h'e« and f • 9 b»
HLNTEB hKKFTE&cO.,
bib Got l i#W South (^oaj,

3UPER3 CONSERVED
LOVERS Os high c'ibbb preserves ot
our delioit us Tropical fruits o&u
have
AND
MARMALADE Si Ac.
of the first class made from seleoted
fruit only by the undersigned. The
following is a list of the preserves
kept on hand.
PBrSBBVRD LIME’S,
do GU*.V -.S,
do MaMhY APPLE,
do SB# DDOI'K
do BB&ADFPUiT FLGWER3
do TAMARINDS,
d- GOLDEN At’FLES,
•. o FA
do FINE AFPLEB,
GUAVA JELLY,
GUAVA MARMALADE,
ORANGE M\> MALADS,
MAMEY JELLY,
GOLDEN APPLE JELLY,
1 OVEKNOK PLUM JELLY
Boasted Cashew Nufs,
JAMS of every tropical fruit grown in
Trinidad oa hand or made to order.
Mixed and Plain Piokleo, Stuffed
Peppers, Solomon Gundy,
Give us a Trial.
CAT BRUIN E WALTERS,
9. tit, J*ra ■» Street.
ita’y A" famUr
seal Japan liquid
BLACKING
PRODUCES
A BRILLIANT
aHD
LASTING POLISH
Miirday Drawing for Brown Boots MIC
Shoes, will clean and lomore,states wit L
out ilartenioft the Leather
â– â– a
Polish la Waterproof
Will not rui ’oif nor soli the clothing.
•lUMANjH, ARGHERfSCQ,
Hoi* Agent
Bull Uog Alt
Jtf- wt /LgjgU 1
BUM rtiSTOUT
Tire Parfection of
Bottled Beers,
To be obtained of all the
Principal Dealers,

BARGAINS
IN
Watches & Jewellery
"T HE beg*, to Inform Ms
* numoicua friends and Customers
that he b»a just opened up bis first
ooueigs.meot cf
CHRISTMAS GOODS
emoegat which is a splendid lot of
CHEAP WATCHES.
Wcrth double the prices at which tbsy
are marked.
JEWELLERY,! JEWELLERY!!
Comprising Gentlemen’s Gold and Sint
Albert 'Chains. Ladies Queen Chains,
Gold and Si ver Chains, Gold bus
Safety Pina. Brooohes, Earrings, Finger
Rings. B-aceleta.
KLEOTRO PLATBD WABE-Siim
Souvenir, Tea Spoons, Soldiers of tbs
Queen, quite a novelty, and numerable
other articles marked down at prices te
defy Competition—Call early thsrefon
if gycu wish to e-cure some of then
Exceptional Bargains,
J, ADHEMAB PEERS,
Watch Maker & Jeweller,
Corner rs Q lem & Frederick Streets,
Port-cf-Spaiu—Opposite W. 0. BO3S
& CO. *
NOTiCK
NOT CE is hereby givtu the. tbs
pa r tuerehip bu«iceei carried )•> Dp
to this day between Julian Henri
Archer, Clement F.anoie Cave and
Albert Cory Davies under tbs style ot
firm d Julian H. Abohib A (Jo., has
been disaived ua from thi» day; and that
the earns will be oarried op by the said
Julian Horry Arolur and Albert Oory
D.iviea under the seme atyia or firm of
Julian H, Abciheb A 00,
Dated at Port-of-Spain, 16th [Noveo*
ber, 1900,
JULIAN H, AROHEB 400.
FOB SALE VEBY QHSAP]
a
,NE Lam’s Low Bed Patent LstW
> Circular P-.. Mill with Carriage
eet Jong am Patent 54 iiob •**
One 24 inoh Double Burfsea Hmrj
Planer and Matcher. "g
Steel Lina Shaft and Steel WW
Bolting and other Mlnoi Machines •»
- nlianoes for Creole Lumber. .
"Efficient as regards the «WD|"
Heavy Hardwood Logs, PJ*
and Grooving, Moulding, Bcadinf
Apply to
Da, OHAB. A. DAW.
K«1) Wr« LADIWS know
SELLIER foi Photos, Ti«w»
and Typet
SELLIER for iftnoy
of every description
ABB rOB.HH
SHOW A STUDIO•
NOTIOK.
PIB INVB’TMKNTS.
from |SOO to »ttO««-Towo
try.
iLKX V. V. THiTW*
kolioUvip""^
15ib L w-r Prior* B!r»*h
1 w...k-10 b N
FOR
NEWLY fi ‘r^JaSS'liSS
0l , ~A hs.tbf Jgk ***
Vlglfol Uv. »» * -&2
tti.ht nu n.,.
Rent m.de^
apply t°' aBDI HI.
18a Lowe' Price*
The PoßT*or-SfA® *'_Jpjr
»nd eve y ch *i,n^‘ r,^ B wV
at Wo* * y, j *tP - *
of-Bpaln, Trinidad. »JJ± As. +/]
oloatlons, Advert t*»®
rsoesived. t M